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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 13, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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a strong showing at the Mike began last November
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p sons are
.,a 4 be Regional Science Fair In Lake preparing Ms project for the local >
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tend the four-day an-
Butler six Bradford High fair. He won a blue ribbonIn
Milton (Buck) Carter, who is lL t G School science students were the region competition nual Florida Springtime
charged with receiving stolen s S among 15 winners named to Festival and Bradford

goods was bound over to Circuit compete In the State Science Eugene MockA County Fair.
Court following a preliminary Fair In Jacksonville April 912. blue ribbon winner In the

hearing Tuesday after. BHS also( has two of the three local fair Eugene Mock repeated The Fair will get underway
''noon before County Judge Ther- alternates on tap for the state that feat In the region go at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March I

on Yawn. fair. As winners of blue ribbonsIn with his project entitled "The 19, when Miss Cathy Whitehead,
Carter, proprietor of Buck's local science fairs 150 area Growing of Life,' In which he current Miss North Florida Strawberry -

Grocery on US' -301, was arrested --r---rruwF, ...+whwwwan! r .nwuu, .,;r high school students competed demonstrated that It Is possibleto Queen cuts the rib-
on Feb. 20 after eight In the Regional Fair last .sustain ]life outside the anImal bon. Those attending the Fair
cases stolen\ cigarettes were Thursday and Friday March 6- bodv. Using muscle tissue will have about an hour to
confiscated from his store. He 7. from mice, Mode placed the look over the 64 exhibits before -
Is free under $5,000 bond. Representing Blue ribbon winners In the tissue In a medium consisting; the Rural-Urban Day pro-
Carter Is Sigsbee Courthouse Taking ShapeNearing regional fair and headed for of embryo blood plasma and a gram begins at 11:15.:

Scruggs Gainesville attorney. state are Mike White, Eugene saline salt solution. Longest he
Testifying at the hearing were Mock and Doyle Crews Red succeeded In keeping! tissue Participating In the program
Glenn Bailey, chief deputy, Col. completion the new 33.000 iquare loot, Bradford has slowed that work and prospects going into the weekend ribbon winners In the region alive was a week and a half will be Secretary of State Tom
umbla Sheriff's Department: County Courthouse on North Temple Ave. In Starke Is begin. were for more rainfall. and also( headed for state are but Judges at the region fair Adams, keynote speaker; Miss
E. J. Long general managerof nine &to look like' the finished product. Much finishing work 'remains The building Is scheduled to be finished late this spring Billy Myrlck. Richard KIrkland told him that waste material Judith Anne Ford, Miss

Hackney Grocery Co., a on the Inside Trlest Construction of KeyhtQtfe. \ Heights Is erecting the and Jimmy Andrews The stu- given off by the living tissue! America of 1969; and Doyle

wholesale company In Lake building at a contract cost of approximately 720000. dents are taught and sponsoredat was what probably: killed it. Connor Commissioner of

City; and Manson Moore Jr.. Workmen this week were lying to lay concrete: In thelarl'e The new courthouse will nave an elevator the first to be the science fairs by Mrs. Mock estimates he spent Agriculture. Also expected isFlorida's
26. of Lake City an employeeof Pam Dickerson. BHS science about 300 hours In preparationfor first lieutenant governor -
forecourt and grade for paving at the new buildingRain Installed In a public building In Bradford County Osborne.
Hackney Co and a son of ____ Instructor. the region fair, He must do Ray
Glide Mae .Tyson of Starke. If they receive School Board the experiment again for the
Three charges are pending approval the six students will! state fair. Miss America,appearing through -
against Moore In, Columbia Food Processing Plant compete In the state fair In the Doyle Crews the courtesy of Baldwin
County In connection with the Civic Auditorium In Jackson- Also a blue :ribbon winner In Chevrolet-Olds, is expected to
case. vile for state wide recognition. the local fair Doyle Crews repeated arrive about 11:15: and remainfor
Bailey testified that the cigarettes They will have opportunity to that feat In the region about two hours. She will
identified by a code win scholarships, monetary prices :: competition. With his project return to the Festival at 7
number placed on the cartonsby May Locate In County and talk with scientists and entitled "Memory Transfer By p.m. and will be at the Bald-
Hackney Co., were found in science students from other Injection" Crews \used trained win Chevrolet-Olds exhibit until -
a storeroom at Buck's Grocery. parts of the state. planarta, a simple worm witch,:! 9 p.m. At that time she
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According to alley, the cigar- The following Is a synopsis of can regenerate Itself, to demonstate will be available to meet the

ettes were stolen from HackneyCo. A chicken food supplement the: Starke-Bradfard:> County That decision was made last of having such an industry what each, student's project as that memory can be pass. people, and she. will be dist-

., the wholesale company processing! plant considering Chamber of Commerce if the Thursday, March 6, ,by the would be offensive? iArt Simla related to a Telegraph :reporterby ed on through) Injection. ributing autographed pictures.The .

from which Carter buys sup location in Bradford County, firm institutes ,I a, clean housekeeping Chamber's Board of Governors pointed out the plant could go -,.the... students themselves. Crews trained planarta) to( react -
plies. has been given the support of operation after the body listened to reports elsewhere, implying Bradford'sneed Mike White to a flashing light by flash Rotary Club of Starke
-- --- of investigations, :by its for ,additional Industry. ing the light at them for three has purchased 750 pounds of
As over-all winner of the local
members. The plant 'would .process Dr. Rltch said, In his opinion!. seconds and shocking them mullet to be given away at
unused portions of poultry, : and without research, the plant: science fair last week, Mike electrically for final second He their fish fry which will beginat

Tom Edwards Angus Takes such as feet, heads entrails, and would not be hazardous from a. White entered"Visual his Effects project on the entitled then cut the trained planaria In 11 a.m.of Miss Because America the Is apperance expected --
feathers and manufacture a. hlgr half and allowed them to regen
and Kope- .
health standpoint. He Skin of the Cavia Aperea Receiving
to draw an extra large
protein food supplement' to be crate but kept only tho tail
laws
lousos suggested having Tetracycline With and crowd the Rotary Club will
,
added to animal foods. section to prove the memorywas
Gainesville Steer ShowContinuing passed to enforce strict ,adherence Without Sunlight" :In regional require that each person who
A $250,000 Investment and 25 not stored in the brain.
to practices to prevent competition. Mike gave two gui- wishes to eat have a Fair admission -

employees are foreseen pollution and health :hazards. nea pigs the antibiotic Tetra He tested the regenerated! plan- pass or ticket. The
its domination of Lea Grogan, chairman of the Freeman Register Jr. said he cycline. exposing one animal to aria to prove they reacted to fish will be distributed on a

major Florida( cattle shows" the L-. -.... ,rw Chamber's Industrial Committee favored the plant. He told the sunlight and keeping the other the flashing llgftt.! one ticket-one meal basis.
reported on a meeting with how far Crews then fed trained wormsto
Maurice Edwards Jr. family of governors "they know away from sunlight The pig
Bradford County has made a officials! of the proposed firm. the odor will 'go." It was pointed exposed to the sunlight developed untrained planaria. When Livestock
favorable and tested with the light the judging is scheduled -
clean ,sweep this year by snowIng 'I' His report was out the plant representative a rash much like that devel. new to begin at 7:30
tt ,
( p.m. March
tI Grogan .stressed calling the proposed worms reacted but not consist-
the in-
the grandchampion at the. located near requested sites outside oped by !some humans given 19. Assistant County Agent
to bet
Greater Gainesville Area Steer plant supplement Continued on Page Flvel the antibiotic Tetracycline.Ing (Continued On Page Five) Bobby Taylor predicts that this

Show and Sale. ,u.. ..I -...:'....,, Hampton processing, a plant food Instead of ,arendering will be the best livestock show
For the third time in the past r.n. ur -J-.C: ever even though no swine will
plant.A -
!;
be exhibited because
four years 17-year-old Tom Ed- w1s of the recent -

wards, an PTA student, showedthe t.... .. Chamber committee, headed hog cholera epidemic.
grand champion at Gainesville i .")"," I .... by Grogan met with Royal
.
show and sale with a / ':' Jones of Bass Equipment Manufacturers Taylor attributed the anticipated -

Black Angus entry. His brother '"....: of Birmingham Ala. success to the Calf Scrambles -
Zack. 12, showed the grand .....'."..'i. ". .a..fii. and a Mr. Agnew, vicepresidentf held by the Chamber
champion at the Southeastern -. '\ : Mid South Milling Companyof of Commerce. lIe said there

Fat Stock Show and Sale and .. \ I' ...,,:.. .. .., Memphis, Tenn. will be more young people
the Florida State Fair in Tam- .-.;:.. ," ". '. ., Three Chamber representatives. exhibiting than ever before.
pa and sister Susan 14, turned __ .:' N. l' :' <\',.'. ... Qua Koipelousoa, Don 1HU
the same trick several weeks r'f.. .' of Hampton and Wayne Whif n. Not only will there be several

ago at the North Florida Fat o ;., ...",.. flew to Knoxville Tenn. last breeds of cattle shown but the
Stock Show and Sale at Mad 1't f... .." week to Investigate food processing poultry show will have more
leon Tom took third place at ', \ / .t! plants In operation. entries than last year and there
the state fair this year. ; Grogan expressed ,approval of will be a variety of other entries -

'' :his committee for 'the operation such as quailpheasant,
Tom's entry in the Gainesville f Ier
;show last Thursday and Friday ;\ ;;-.: /,; and Kopelousos said his committee turkeys and rabbits.On .

tipped the scales at 1,096 pounds approved the operation If \
housekeeping" procedureswere Thursday, March 20 a
and sold for $1.16 per pound. It "good .,
went at auction to the Citizens instituted and kept In concert is scheduled for 4 p.m.
e .rSharya and a talent show featuring
Bank of Gainesville for a total practice.A l
Of 127126. motion by Grogan was passed t,. Bradford County students Isset
voice by the Governors for 8 p.m.Friday.
Tom-was runner-up in the by Keller Wanda Prevail BetUee Smith
:It
without a dissenting vo-te.

states: March 21, is designated -
Local Divers ; "Since this Industry has in- School; Day. Children will
dicated they would operate on 1 77 Contestants Enter be admitted free until 6 p.m.
Search For Men the basis of not polluting the Eliminations for the Straw-

In CanalFour i air and water, based on conversation berry Beauty Pageant are sch-
Barge and subsequent obMrvatlon eduled for 3 p.m. Friday with

i of a chicken:< food supplement Fair Beauty PageantEleven the finals set for 7:30: .p.m.
scuba divers from the processing (plant the

Starke area participated In efforts Show Judge places a blue ribbon on the Black Angus steer exhibited Chamber agrees to support this Country Western Day is set

two Jacksonville to recover men the who bodies were of by Tom Edwards The grand champion animal brought Industry: In its efforts to locateIn contestants will compete the past week were Miss Queen title in 1966.! She entered for Saturday March 22, with
Bradford County as long as next Friday night at 7:30: 2
horse folios scheduled for
Show and Wanda Prevail 17, Lake But Miss Baker
Steer
drowned when their light fishIng $1.18 at the Greater Gainesville Area Sale as County.
boat slammed into a pillar they continue to operate as pro- for the title of Miss North Flor ler; Misses Bettsee Smith 20 p.m. and a country western
posed.( ida Strawberry Queen In the annual University! of Florida, Gainesville show and a Jamboree for 8p.m.
at Rodman Dam the
on showmanship contest at Gaines.yule pion steer brought. beauty pageant a highlight Featured will be old
Contestants for the pageanttitle
last Thursday
new Cross-Florida Barge Canal At its meeting ; Miss Sharyn Keller 18.
this The Edwards steer shown at
year, a contest he of the
won Bradford Fair and
County
timey country gospel
must be single not -
younger
near Palattta Saturday the Chamber Board stayed near- UF Gainesville; Miss Sheryl
last Gainesville In 1963 and which
year.A and Springtime Festival. and amat-
ly two hours discussing whetherto Swan, 20, UP. Gainesville, and than 17 or over 23 years of picking singing by
Clay County Civil Defense total of 60 steers 12 from won grand champion honors take a position for or against Submitting entry forms dur- Miss Linda Thomas 19. Jacksonville age. They must also reside uer groups, with Red Holllngs-
Director Leonard Jones acc- brought $1.51 per pound, a record worth of Lake Butler The Fab-
Bradford within 25-mile radius of
County paradedIn a Brad
were such an industry or whether to A sixth entrant Miss
ompanied the group who Included for the dhow. ulous Johnson family of south
: the show ring at the Gaines- ford County. Applicants for" the
abstain from taking any position Sharon Strickland. 17, of Mac-
from at Gain-
members In other contests the
the following Florida and the Bill Cass Fam-
ville Livestock Market by members himself "pretty contest may contact Mrs. War
Grogan reported clenny.! Miss Baker County was
Defense Rescue esville steer Hearing Set
the Starke Civil show the Bradford ily providing back-up music.
team: Tommy Thomas of the Future Farmers' of Senior FFA Chapter placed first well satisfied the operation the first entrant last week. ren, P. O. Box 528. Starke, Fla.

Robert Foster, Lt. Pat Henryof America Alachua. and 4-H Clubs from in the FFA Division In team would not be offensive." He said In Two Cases On hand for the contest will
Bradford and Union
the Starke Police Dept., and Counties during the 14th annual cattle Judging. The Bradford the Chamber had and phoned without:five Five other contestants have Contestants will be Judged on be Country Bill l Davis an Independent -
similar operations
Larry Baby of Bedford Lake. team members were Cecil S'alnaker. indicated talent scout who will
steer show at they Ian to enter the natural beauty and talent.
Gainesville. all havebeen
Most of the diving was done by. exception! the reports were Preliminary hearings
Gene and be for and singers
Melvin Ralph competition but have not yet looking players -
Judging will be In the areas of
A Charolals- favorable. Grogan said he made set for Clarence Manuel-
Henry and Thomas, with Foster :! Hereford cross Morgan. completed their applications to audition In a state-wide
as back-up man. The search steer exhibited! by Rex Lyons Walter Prevatt of Bradford his recommendation: after questioning and Charley Jones, Jr. on according to Mrs. talent appearance In bathing contest.
efforts were hampered by the a Santa Fe High' School FFA County was high Individual the representatives of March 18 and 28, respectively JoseplWar suits and formal wear. Contest.
contest The
ren chairman.
extremely cold water and poor member, was picked as reserve In tbe proposed plant and over !Manuel, who requested the ants must be willing to partlcl-
cattte Jurfehur In the
scorer
beauty The will be each
pageant is Midway
being sponsored put in each of the contest open
area
said. mind the "notori of public defender,
visibility; Henry champion. The steer weighed 4-H coming In his cervices a
Division Prevatt also show.
this of the fair and will feature
the day
by Starke
The body of C. E. Ward of 781 pounds and sold for $1.50 ed the top steer In his class a ously bad reuputatlon" of rendering Is charged: with grand larceny Woman's Club.year and must furnish! musical. accompaniment 21 rides 10 concessions and

1'''' kaonv1Il., was recovered In per pound total of $1.171.50. Black Angus in the 4-H class. plants. tHe about jn. Sunday in about Tom iMcLeod. a breeder of Two other Bradford boys won pointed" out the proposed was set at $1,000 for each laUsts, a Juggler and the "Ill
20 feet of water. The body purebred Charolals cattle at blue ribbons for their entries- operation with its $250,000 Investment charge. Serving.. as advisor to the contestants The usions." The free attractions
of his companion Bobby W. :his Mar-K Ranch !near High' Gene MelvIn Starke FFA. witha and 25 employees. Jones, who also requested the and director of the ed new queen! will be crown- are set for 6:30: p.m. and 9
Tullos, was not located until Springs for the third show paid Black Angus and Jimmy WUkerson would not be "fly by night.. ,services of a public defender, pageant will be Mrs. Veda by Miss Cathy Whitehead of- :30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday
early Monday, about 200 feet more for the Charolais reserve Starice'P'PA. with a Why bake any position, Dr. IT.O. Is charged with aggravated assault Dopson the former Miss Veda Starke. current holder of UM and 2:30: 6:30 and 9:30
from where Ward was found. champion than the grand cham Charolals cross. Hitch said if the advantage Bond was set at 1500. Fish who won the Strawberry Strawberry Queen title. Friday and Saturday.



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'* <: 'o :' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich- CT/3 Jim'Lewis: who Is stationed Special Prices on azaleas at Miss Beverly McRae of FSU Sen. and ]drs./Charlev Johns
In & To
t & : t" ardson were In St. Petersburg In Bremehaven. Germany Starke' New Nursery across and Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mc- have had as visitors Miss Suzanne
last Wednesday.Mr. Is home on 26 days from Food Fair. Rae of Jacksonville spent the Galllon of Fort Lauderdale -
and Mrs. Donald Bonerof leave. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. Tuesday overnight and :'t
Fort Myers. Mrs. Ruby Beth Mrs. Joy Locke was In the Mrs. Gladys; Weldon and Mr. M. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Yezanow .
.WOMENI nf Washington. D. C.. and Gainesville Medical Center the S* and Mrs. Peter Alogna and Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- of Chicago 111. Monday overnight .
.t Mr. and Mrs. John Dekle of first of the week tor observationand daughter of Starke and Mr. gomery and family attended a
Lake Butler were Tuesday luncheon treatment. and Mrs. Steve Weldon and Montgomery family reunionand Phillip Johns who has been
0. ., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Larry M.Stoner family of Macclenny visited Mr. birthday celebration at the home confined In St. Luke's Hospital -
_. rip*' Mooty:,Phon* 964-7C08 H. C. :
o latch. of Ocala were weekend guests and Mrs. W. A.WeldonlnBushnell of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tol- with a broken arm and leg ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelou- of Mr. and Mrs. Geroge W. on Sunday.Mr. bert In Lake City Saturday.Mrs. has been transferred to Hope
Parties Given r- 1 Beta Sigma Phi sos and three daughters of Birmingham Brown. and Mrs.Harold Branhamwere Lester Crews, Mrs. Haven Hospital for the next
For Mid Lewis Ala. spent the week- Mrs. C. L. Cooper returned In Savannah Ga. over the Mary Lane and Miss Madge four weeks.
rr Holds Model Meef.Plans end with their parents. Mr. and last Thursday from two weeks weekend visiting Sgt. and Mrs. Middleton attended the district Misses Kathryn Thomas and ,
Bride-elect: 4 Tea Sunday Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght and Mr. visit with Sgt. and Mrs. Rob- Robert L. Cooper and family. two meeting of UDC In Bun- Judy Kohan of the University
and Mrs. George Kopelousos. ert L. Cooper and their new Guy Andrews attended the Na- nell last Friday. of West Virginia Morgantown
Miss B...... Lewis. brldI.- !(Members of Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Kopelousos and children baby daughter Melinda Sue tional Association of Junior Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw- W. Va., spent Friday to Tues
elect of March 22 has Men sorority) held their "Model Meet- remained Kopelousos for the week and Mr. who was born Feb. 21. Mrs. Colleges In Atlanta Ga. last ford and son. Kevin of Jacksonville day with Mr. and Mrs. L. V.
will Join them this Cooper brough back her Monday to Monday night din Hardin.
complimented with two parfes Ing" Monday night at the borne granddaughter Thursday. were
in the past week. T of Mrs. Carl Johnson in Key weekend. Lisa Ann for a weeks Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Strick- ner guests of Mrs. Edna Hart. Thomas Cooper and Mrs.
The S. G. Denmark home on stone Heights.: Special Prices on azaleas at visit land were In Inverness Saturday Misses Jayne Hardy; and San- Buna Jones both of Starke
... Starke's New attending the funeral of Mrs. dra Register of Tift Collegeare have been admitted to the Sta
East Call Street the setting The and history of Nursery across Mrs. Linton Taylor and daug-
.1 purpose .
Home.
for a luncheonSatarday for Mias. from Food Fair. hter of Jacksonville were weekend Strickland's father Walter Ca- home between semesters rke Nursing
Beta Sigma Phi were discussed
from to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
Wednesday
Lewis Mrs.given Gene by:Shaw.Mr*. Denmarkand for the benefit of the new rush- Pvt. Freeman Register mot visitors of Mr. and Mrs. son.Mrs.. Oscar Carter has returned Monday. have had as visitors Mr. and
sea present. Following the meeting Fort Leonard Wood and Miss Merritt Williams. from three weeks visit Special Prices on azaleas at Mrs. C. H. Register of Tallahassee -
The four luncheon tables were
centered with spring bouquets. ,' 'Mrs. Lewis';,Chaff was honored Paula Johnson of Athens Ala. Frank Williams Is attending with Mr. and Mrs. John Ed- ,. Starke's New Nursery across last Tuesday overnight;
'with stork shower. A will spend the weekend with the National Civil Defense conference Food Fair.
a from
f ward Rule and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar and
Among the Mrs.
guests were
r ;} stork shower motif used Mrs. Betty; Register. Free- In Washington D. C.
i4'j was on Blake Rule In Clayton Kane children of Panama City from
James mother at the
Lewis ?
l a from Monday to W.
Thursday.Jake Miss Louise Stem Mrs.
the decorated and decorated man will report to his new and
cake a She Thursday to Sunday. Mr.
also visited
Neb.
honoree, Mrs. D. L. Siteox. McCook
Sapp a patient In Brad- and Mrs.
base at Fort Bennlng Ga. A. Stern of Starke
bassinet held the gifts. on and family visited Mr.and and Mrs. Joe Jordan and family
and Mrs.
aunt of the honoree, fromoutoftown ford County Hospital observedhis Williams of Lake Butler
Sunday. J. H.
were Mrs. C. W. Y The sorority. will hold its an- 88th Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Robin- of Lake City on Saturday.
Sandra Johnson of Live Oak birthday on Tuesday. attended the Jerome Hines
Goff Sr. and Mrs. Keith Gill' nual Preferential Tea on Sunday He son of Gainesville were Sunday Mrs. C. T. Wade and Mrs.
Is visiting her and Mrs. Sapp also observed concert at the Civic Auditorium -
ingham of Jacksonville, Mrs. March IS, at the Garden Restaurant Mr. grandparents their 64th wedding anniv- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Betty; Register were visiting
and Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr., Wednesday night.
Sally WMtehead of Raiford and between 3 and./ p.m. this week. ersary on Wednesday.Mr. Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and relatives in Tifton Ga. on Sun
Mrs. Ralph Cue of Live Oft*. Mrs. Comer Perryman of and Mrs. Barney McRae Ronald Goodman. Mrs. Charles Darby spent the day.PFC
The hostesses presented the Jacksonville Is spending the were In Orlando and Merritt Miss Dell Moredock of Mi- weekend with their brother-in- Barry Smith who has
honoree with a oersege and a MoodyThorntonEngagement week with Mrs. E. K, Perry- Island over the weekend visit- ami and John Adams of Avon law and sister Mr. and Mrs. been transferred from Fort Mc-
piece of her cubes pattern as Smith-]liay Told man. ing relatives. Park were weekend visitors Albert I. Spencer In Winter Nalr Washington D. C. to Fort
remembrance of the occasion of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Haven. Eleven Mass., was home last
Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Wayne Blankenship of North Special Prices on azaleas at Mrs. A. L. Carr and Mr. STG/2 Tom Moore and Gary Tuesday to Sunday.
On Saturday night Miss Lewis annnounce the engagement of Flordla Junior College was Starke's New Nursery. ,,croai and Mrs. William CarrofJack- McNett of Norfolk Naval Base Special Prices on azaleas at
was honored .......tetleft shower Air. and Mrs. Louis Charlie their daughter. Geraldine Eliz- home for the weekend. from Food Fair. sonville were Sunday visitorsof spent the weekend with Mrs. Starke's New Nursery, across
given by Mrs CtMtyv Weldon Smith of Miami, former residents abeth, to Robert Gregory Tho- Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. Martha Moore. from Food Fair.
and daughter, Mr*. Peter Al- of Starke, announce the rnton son of Mr. and Mrs.
ogna at the Walden home on engagement and .approachingmarriage Robert E. Thornton of Miami.
N. Walnut .
of their daughter Miss Mooty is a 1967 grad-
Arrangements of
sweelpeasand Nora Elizabeth! (Beth) to Rob uate of Bradford High School
azaleas were need in the ert Anthony Judy, son of Mr attended Santa Fe Junior Col-
party rooms and the same blossoms
and Mrs. William! Wamsley lege and is now a secretaryat
were used on the refreshment Judy, of M111edgev e, Ga, Southern Bell Telephone Co.
table which was covered in Gainesville. Mr. Thorntonis +
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The bride-elect whose grandmother
with a cutwork cloth. STARKEPLAZA" /
The 20 Is Mrs. Henry O'Hara a senior at the Universityof
included
guests Mrs.
Florida majoring in marketing
James of Starke graduated from Vero -
LewisaM
Mrs. D. L. and will graduate In June.
Silcox. Beach Senior High School .In
The hostesses presented Miss 1967 and attended the University -' Wedding plans will be ann-
ounced later.UDC t
Lewis with a canister set as of Florida In Gainesville. I
She is presently employed by s
a memento of the occasion.
Kelly Girl Services of Miami. EntertainedAt
Mr. Judy Is a 1966 graduateof Open AH Day Every Day
.
Matthews Home
Fri. r'
Sat.
unt' 0"
Girl Scouts Hold Graham High School In

Court Of Award Vietnamese Bluefleld, Va.War A veteran he Is of.now the met W.at T.the Weeks home chapter of Mrs, E.UDC L. THE NEW YOUNG LOOK IN

serving In the U. S. Air Force.A .
AfternoonGirl Matthews Wednesday afternoon
Monday
spring wedding is planned. of last week with Miss Madge

Scoot Troop 605 held a Middleton and Mrs. J. H. Fieldsas
Court of Awards Monday after- St. Mark's Women co-hostesses. Fashion Dresses
noon in the Methodist Fellowship Name Plans were discussed for' the
HaD.Badges. Chairmen 75th Founder's Day celebrationin
were awarded for May. Mrs. H. L. Speer will
cooking and housekeeping to: Meeting at the home of Mrs. have charge of arrangements.The .
Susan Kitchens, Joyce Farr Edward Burns, the Episcopal registrar reported that $ *
bee, Barbara Godwin Lynn Church Women of St. Mark's three new members, Mrs. Mary 99 99
Pierce, Marlene BIrt, Gina decided to form a visiting committee Powell Lappe, Mrs. Collette
Crosby, Veronica Cummings, which will welcome newcomers Green Rosier and Mrs. Clara
Kathy: Dykes, Debbie Edwards and visit those who are Mae Knight have been received
Clarice Evans. Betsy Gilbert sick.Mrs. Into the chapter.
Gail Davis, loline! Green De- Gertrude Beasley and Mrs. Lester T. Crews and to
nlse Hersey Darlene esters, Mrs Jeanette Klncaid will Miss Middleton were elected
Kay Izlar, Allca! Jackson Jennifer serve on the committee this delegates to the District 2
Padgett Rose Richardson month. meeting In Bunnell last Friday.
Cindy: Tetstone. Jean Whlffin.SherM Three persons were named as Mrs. F. J. Pellum, historian Compare at $10.99 to $12.99They're
Hollhigsworth; and chairmei of committees: Mrs. gave: an Interesting talk on
Gwendolyn Thompson.' Sowing Julian McRae, college and conditions during the War Between herel! Come see the 'exciting new collection of 1969 Spring
and pet awards were given to youth work: Mrs. Kenneth Grider. the States.Birthday dresses. You'll love trying on the new "young look" styles. .and
Marlene :BIrt and Sign of the Christian Education; and juniors have many mini style choices. All the popular Spring fabrics
Star award Rent to Kathy Mrs. J. Thomas Staab, public Party in fresh Spring colors, sizes for Juniors, Jr. Petites Misses and Half

Dykes. ity.The Mrs. Ronald Goodman sizes. .)
gavea
Leaders ire MM. BeWItt Per devotional was given by
i iabce birthday party last
!I Mrs. Burns and the Rev. J. Sunday J
Mrs. Smrge |
mere and
night for her
'
mother Mrs. I
sirs Henry Oowin.Refreshments Thomas Staab read a chapter
Rosemary Strickland Ellington HOISERY SALE
.1h
were served at from" "The Majesty of Calm- Mrs. Ellington was presented .. 3 GIRLS DRESSES
the conclusion of the program.A ness. with six tall red roses from ,
three-tiered! Girl Scoot cake The next meeting will be her five children as a memento Famous Cantrece and Agilons in seamless /; ._. ). '
centered the table. Parents of held in the home of Mrs. Jewell of the occasion. Refreshments -- mesh, plaiknits and sheer stretch nylon.L.t r''
Noegel 1615 Raiford Rd.. on All the newest shades, sizes 8'/z-
the girls! were Invited' guests. were enjoyed during the 11."I $ 99
April 14. evening. 1-3

All reg, 790 ......3 pair for ....S197'v" \k 2
j 3-6x
0
up

I J All reg. $1 ........2 pair for ... $$177 1 New arrivals in a great selection of

i IMPORTANTNOTICE II j fresh Spring styles. All no-iron fabrics

II All reg. $$1 .25 ....2 pair for ...$$237 _- 7 of to organza 14 from, linen S3,99MEN'S and. cottons, Sizes




:I '' LADIES styles in NYLON woven stretch GLOVES nylons- Shorty.t. ,, .long. and. ,regular. S100up DRESSY HANDBAGS

I H I Complete selection
MICRO-MESH PANTY HOSE Seamless all in of
one gar 00 new Spring bags
ment ideal for short and mini styles. S-M-Tall . I. $ 9 9 in black patent and
I 2 bone calf simulated
II LONG LEG PANTY GIRDLE-Firm Lycra and Spandex $S399 leathers, Many styles,
I with front and side damond control panels. S thru XL many sizes, Others to

BRADFORD COUNTY $499

UNDERWEAR

PROPERTY OWNERS MENS NOIRONBOXER

CARPS OWN

SHORTS AND BRIEFS '. FASTBACK SLACKS


: I 'i Approximately 450 Home Owners Who .. Sizes S-M-L-XL 28-46 5.1. Price 25 "i $5.99 99

Solids And Prints Pk9 of 3 $4

II'' Recerretl Homestead Exemption Last Year T-SHIRTS ,r r value


i Hare Not Renewed Their Exemption For 1 100% Cotton Knit 6 ered Fortrel-cotton styling in blend new, Spring slim and shades tap

Sizes S-M-L-XL <$Q50 r ?h of blue, green and whiskey sizesMENS

: i 1969. I II Pkg :.off 3 29-36.




;I i I Semi Helices Have Been Mailed To I II KNIT SPORT SHIRTS& _,, ,, DAN RIVER



I Hose 1 Wfco Have Not Renewed Their Home I Corps $ 9 ; i j .- \ PLAID SLACKS

i 't

stead For 1969 As A Reminder Low 2 I An uen I
Exemption t
I Price j, i G c1 or god tKS $7.99$699


i That This Notice Must Be Returned To ':! permanent Big selection press of new sports short in sleeve regular! jIIP I, t CRetuegMS rt.bu 3 tot '

or button down collar styles Knits i t Turbo ar wee I', Smartly styled young mens Ivy
i I in hi-crew and placket collar wtht pahMS- t model in the newest Dan River
Us By April First. styles. S-XlL aQhts;tsSu a tcb pip P'a'29-36' 'ids*- Permanent press Sizes

I t 13


Thanks LADIES"BABY DOLLS LADIES DRESS PUMP


4 Carps $499 Carps $ C 99
-.. Price *
GENE LONG -- Price

It's the new "Baby Doll" look Smart simplicity in white or
for Spring. In black Patina or blue smooth or black Patina.
Tax Assessor white smooth! with 1" Keel. Knit ("t lining, I W heel.
510. S10.Of ...hsr
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' Areas -.T,-... :- --T1 Social SecurityINFORMATION


I Should Be Saved I"I"I -- I LTiI/Itfl j
,
+ I
!For Wildlife I ; i

'"' : "I'". ... : si YOU FOR MUST MEDICAL APPLY BENEFITSWhat

National Wildlife Week L 'J
:
: I PUT
.
March 16-22 I
wUl launch a driveto '
do U NEW
'' would you you MOUSE.BALDWIN, UR FIIRII SAT
"provide habitat" n ES WI D
places ON
\.t were suddenly faced with a j ON IW l M'
where
wildlife 'OUSE
can live. be CHEVROLET-OLDS I
serious illness? Would you ,, ,
In cooperation with the drive, u
medical attention
able to get the -
the Bradford Soil it Water Conservation } you might need? Would 'tr el, HAD A FATIIJLOU'S

. District calls attention er rV you be able to pay the doctor SALE TERRIFIC lh aI o o s s /
to the increasing loss( of BUY FOR. EACH 1>AVBUT ( 1
bills without using a big partof THE SALE a
natural areas across the coun '
?
I your Ufa's savings + ONLY
try. Many of the woodlots, If you are age 65 or over -
fence rows, trees, and streams y I Ia there is an answer to these i
that support wildlife are being )4A1
questions. The answer Is. of
destroyed, according to PaulB. course, the medical insurance

Emery Jr., chairman of the part of Medicare.

Bradford Board of District Supervisors This Insurance is the part

pollution,. and Surburban Industrial expansion development -, j I tor that bills.will help Eligibility pay your for it doc-Is "'e will clone at Wednesday Noon in order that our entire staff may attend the Fair.

are cited as major very simple. You must be at

causes of losing vital natural least 65 years old and must

areas. make application for It It See Miss merica In PersonAT
"Efforts to halt the loss of Star Student NamedDoyle is not necessary to have worked

wildlife habitats must start witha under social security.

grass roots campaign by citizen Many people ask "When canI THE FAIR-WEDNESDAY MARCH 19thMiss

:! conservationists every. Crew, posing here In the Bradford High science laboratory sign up for this insurance"? ,

where." Mr. Emory said. familiar surroundings for him, has been named Brad. You will remember that you
A simple three-point effort must be at least 65 old
years
.
rectlved from
ford High School's star student. Crews a plaque
outlined by the Bradford District to be eligible for this Insurance.
the Starke-Bradford. County Chamber of Commerce last Thurs
launch habitat
local You
can a have a seven month periodin
Improvement campaign, the day, March 6, designating him as the Star Student. which to enroll: the three

chairman: said. This includes He l 1'1 the son of :Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Crews, Sr., 601 Alton months before your 65th birth-

planting food and cover or shelter Road Starke. day, your birthday month, and l

plants and shrubs, eliminating The award Is made on the basis of academic achievement, the three months after your t
the sources of pollution, birthday month.If .
citizenship, and school activity participation.
and clearing Utter from existing
natural habitats. Doyle, a blue ribbon winner in the regional science fair In you failed to take advantageof

. "We cannot keep using up Lake Butler last week and an entry for state competition In this seven month period,it is

our open spaces, woodlots and Jacksonville In April, plans a pre-med major in college. He Is still not too late. Accordingto
T C Watson Bradford
,
water areas for subdivisions! a near straight A student, according to Asst Principal Walker County Social Security Repre-
highways, and slipping centers
Stewart.
senative, you can still enroll
without losing wildlife, which
need natural to survive" during certain general enroll-
areas ment periods which run from t\J:
Emory said.! "Of course we ;
January to March 31 of each
must develop our land and ASCS Cuts Guesswork _- ,.
Program year. But, you can't keep on
water: resources but let's do it If ..
postponing your enrollment. _
in ways that don't destroy wildlife -
you don't enroll within three

habitats." Through Measurement ServiceMaking years after you were 65, you t

will not be able to enroll at all, t
Smokey Soyas regardless of how old you are, 4

how badly need help I r,.
or you
: [ Sure that crop acre- good time to apply for the with doctor bills. I
your
.rl
{ / age and land uses fully meet service. Once your acreage So, a word of caution. Signup I

.1 : farm program provisions will has been staked off by and now. For some people this

pay off for participating pro- ASCS reporter, compliance will is their last chance. I __
ducers in Bradford County during be assured if you abide by the '
1969, Leaton :Morgan Jr. staked areas." How do you sign up for this

of the Bradford County Agri- If a producer requests meas- insurance? The procedure is _

cultural Stabilization and con- urement service and the ser- simple. If you are already __

f MORE servation Committee said this vice discloses that he has already receiving social security ;_ ..
.r OITOBE week. planted more than the checks and are 65 or older, or ..I

"Its always good business to permitted acreage or is deficient If you have signed up for hos-

ar know the correct acreages of of diverted acreages, pital insurance, you either have

the crops plant," :Morgan he will still have time to alter received or will receive an
you
enrollment)] card. All need
his plans to fully comply. On you
said, "and it Is especially important -
to do Is check the "Yes"block 1.
this because of the other hand, producers will ,
year sign the card, and mail it to
the provisions under not be able to change their
which program we operate." certifications if the farm is the nearest social security off-
Ice. If you have not receivedone
Failure to certify to the exact spot checked and acreage is
being devoted to found to be !in error. Errorsin of these cards, contact
9 out of 10 forest fires are acreage reporting can result in loss your nearest social security
each crop and land use can
caused by people! offlce.
result in a substantial reduc- of all or a substantial partof
Remember
otherwise payments otherwise earned. coverage under
tion in the payment

earned under the feed grain be"Guessing costlyforgan aboutacreages: said can, matic medical; you insurance must apply is not for auto-this Judith Anne Ford, "Miss: America of 1969", standing beside her 1969 Oldsmobile,
So all
.11 about program.participating, farms operatorsof are "and no one should lose money, protection. will be at our Display Booth at the Fair and invites you to come by and receive a
There is a time limit on when
being encouraged to obtain me- either underplandng.through o\erplanting The ASCS off-or you can apply for medical insurance personal autographed Picture of herself.
J1 fJJ0'fb asurement service to eliminate
guesswork and assure man- ice stands ready to provide information and that is running
out,for some of )'ou. ,. -
Imum benefits under the pro- about their measure: Best of all call or visit
gram. ment service 'sand to explain social
your security office now
BY ,other details of the farm programs for help

NANCY'S FLOWERS "If a farmer is not sure ," more information. ; :jIliI1F1F. .
FLOWERS Request measurement service -
SPRING about his acreage, :Morgan .
Someone his said.: "If a person said, "a measurement serviceis at the county ASCS office flowering and larger flowers.
look a flower bed available "The charge for a typical ; -
can upon through the county By sorting out and destroying
and stll not believe in God then ASCS Office. And now is a farm is quite modest. unhealthy bulbs, you'll have a

thpl'p4 1 no hope." .. _. :Morgan said. better chance of reducing disease
'
-
The flowers of among your plants. Healthy --

.I:he spring season Add Color To Your LandscapeWith plants aren't as vulnerable to
j are always insect pest either.

among the most Flower failure is one of the

I beautiful The a- Amaryllis This SpringColor biggest problems in growing am-

rJ zaleas and the aryllis. Some of the causes _' o

peonle.s. The peony jour yard beautiful this are drying the bulbs too long;
the home. Bulbs can be bought
k probably and do it with digging them up before they are
( year, amarjllis.
either at nurseries or seed and fully mature, or before the leaves 'A
the most beauti- These flowers can be forced '
j, garden supply stores, or at variety turn in the fall allowingtoo 2tIr
yellow ;
- 'fully constructed into bloom in six to eight weeksIn stores and supermarkets. ?
which reducesthe
much shade
flower you will find. It actually the greenhouse or in the homeat "The flowers are lily-like or manufacture '
plant's ability
becomes a living bouquet in your any time of >ear. But more bell-shaped and come in red,
food; and planting them in soil
time may be needed for bulbs
yard. pink, white, and combination of high in nitrogen or over-ren-
If Ute lost comes along the growing outdoors to come into these colors," says Dr. ThomasJ. them with
ilizing a high-nitrogen
tiny fragile buds of the peony flower because of lower or chang- Sheehan, ornamental horticulturist fertilizer.Dr. -

are damaged But if you can es- ing temperatures.To with the University's Institute Sheehan said amaryllis tendto
tabl.sh; the plant in your yard or force amaryllis to flower of Food and Agricultural when 6
vegetate greatly they are
more quickly, University of Flo-
it will bloom wonder Sciences. sI
garden
Ida reserachers recommend potting grown in fertile soil or soil
fully for many jeaxs. with
a high nitrogen content.
amaryllis bulbs with one- It is not necessary to remove
of flowers to
Send a bouquet The plants food manufact-
half to two-thirds of the bulb the bulbs from the soil each use
someone special. It !Is the nicest ured by the leaves to produce:
above the soil. year, or to dry them out as
way to say: "We are thinking They're excellent landscape commonly believed,but Dr.Shee- more foliage instead of saving /r
Our flowers are and storing it in the bulb.
about you.
subjects
individual specimens, han does recommend separating: I
chosen and arrangedto and storing it in the bulb. This, '
carefully In mass plantings In beds, or as the bulbs and replanting them I
message of love in tur, cna reduce the vigor of /
carry jour part of the border planting around each year for more uniform
flowering and growth the follow

.. ing year. So, use fertilizers __
- - - -
low in nitrogen, plant bulbs !in I

less fertile soil, and don't over- i

water them during the late stagesof

growth Dr. Sheehan said.
What does 1




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for you ? ,
"Women might not be ableto

add, but" they can ce'rtainly You'll see things you can't see anywhere else! The Camaro double-header display (find out why they
distract.
1e call it 'The Hugger'). Exhibits you can operate-like the power steering test and the brake safety exhibit

where you check your reaction time in braking situations. There's something for all the family, so come

or VLB!: on over! Fun! Favors! Balloons!
:jtorrcr:;
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you
L..nJ4 Timber Company: come on out! it's all free! brought to by
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I Local Merchants Lose Thousands I IT'S TIME ATe



t.. To Worthless Check ArtistsBy i1 _


000 by cashing checks that were check is $150. Reddish sugested that those U
Linda Etaab not backed up with money in Once the person gets to court who cash checks might protect r
Over $3,500 of worthless the bank. assuming he is a first offender themselves! in several ways:
checks were reported to the About one half of the cases be will not only have to make -Know your endorser
Bradford County Sheriffs office processed by the Sheriffs! office restitution but Judge Yawn still -stop accepting postdated 1
In the six! month period are for worthless checks, and usually requires that lie pay checks as security." e
beginning Aug. 1, 1968. and the majority of the bad checks court costs of $15. Thus the $3 -Call ttie endorser's bank or
ending Jan 31, 1969. were written by local people check ends up costing $18. employer. Even long distance You
While many of the checks: according to Chlef Deputy This is assuming that the call is cheap compared to the Easter Is Just Around The Corner -- And HaveA

were made good, Bradford Dolph Reddish. person who wrote the. bad check cost of a worthless. check. Special Invitation to In And Preview Every
Countv citizen! lost close to 1. Reddish said that local merchants can be found. -Ot and keep a description come
are the "key" to the Reddish said that frequently of the endorser Including physical : thing That's New And Exciting -
whole thing and pointed to one merchants wait until they 'have description social aecur-
particular practice that will several bad checks before they Ity number credit card numbers
Is
rSTt Get Your New Easter Outfit While The Selection Complete.You .
have to be stopped before the take them to the sheriffs office. description of the automobile
WEEK bad checks atop. Often several weeks or tag number and the tag
He explained that quite a few months have passed and by this receipt (ibis! last Is particularly
merchants accept postdated time the person signing the af Important If the endorser is a '
checks as security and commented fadavit cannot remember anything professional criminal as the tag : -L: :
J//
-"This Is actually Illeg about the defendant. This number on the receipt may not
al. They're actually acting as creates an Impossible task for match because pros frequently j2
partners in crime. the police.As "A check is supposed to be for the professional criminal -Call the pollee If you get a .
accepted with the understanding they use a number of bad Heck or If you are auspicIous in our new Spring Colors
that if I take the check directly gimlcks and are familiar with 1j
to the bank I can get the the laws concerning bad checks. As Reddish pointed out. even :
and Fabrics
cash right now-not tomorrow. For example, the pro knows if the person la arrested!, that : .
TISTIN not'next week not next that he cannot be extradlcted doesn't necessarily mean the

month." (brought back for trial) from merchant will get his money: : DACRON KNITS ARNEL / f ft
This (the accepting of postdated another" state for a misdemeanor back as the criminal may: decide % ) '
checks) Is the reason we and a worthless check writ- to go to jail rather thanmako t .' VOILS DACRON:" AND
have so many local bad ten for less than $100 (even If the check good. r
checks" Reddish continued. its $99.99) is a misdemeanor COTTON SHEERS AND LINENS II
"Unless merchants stop accept- unless, forgery is involved.So .
SPECIALCHICKEN ing postdated checks as secure a professional. from, ay, Girl Scout
ity, it's going to continue" Georgia could write a numberof The mrssie; Can Choose From Many

Most local bad checks are relatively small checks in Fund Drive 1 y (
worthless because of Insufficient Florida, scoot back to Georgia, Name Brands Such As: '
funds and thLs is caused by and be home free.
LIVERS ANDGIZZARDS poor management on the part As for the gimlcks used, Red Under Way t !.. ..;. STACY AMES: BLEEKER STREET TOM TODD ALISON

of those who write the checks. dish! said! that one of the oldest t AYRES COBIIS-CORNER: CAROL G. :MIA STAGE -
the Chief Deputy continued.He goes .somthing like this. A man Richard Jockel and Frank: 1- t LADY LAURA BERKSHIRE AND OTHERS.
out that a and want. Williams have accepted the -
All You Can Eat also ported: walks into a store ?
worthless check can be expen to purchase a watch which costs post of co-chairmen In the
sive. In the first pUtce. once an $35. He doesn't have the cash, fund-raising campaign to be 1' ; The Junior May Select From
$1.00TUCK'S affidavit has been signed but he does have a check whichIs launched March 13 by the Gate- :
against someone, the matter already filled out (sometimesa way Girl Scout Council Brad-
mu t go to court: it cannot end payroll type and sometimes ford County. The goal for Brad- BOBBY BROOKS VICKI VAUGHN:" KELLY ARDEN -
,by simply making the check personal) for $75. ford County has been set at TAMMY: ANDREWS CALIFORNIA GIRL AND MANY OTHERS
good. The merchant would like to 1200. This money will be usedto
Using! a $3 check as a ex' make the sale so he cashes the provide training:,! for volunteer
H'irherte DRIVE-IN ample. Reddish: went Into the check takes out the money for leaders, to maintain: Girl Scout
economics of rubber checks. the watch and gives the man camps in this area to provide
BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS After an affadavit is signed, a Ms change. The check writer provisional staff assistance! :: to Beautiful Spring and Easter Hats
CHICKEN warrant is issued the person walks out with $40 in cash anda volunteers, and the facilities :of Jewelry
CURB us 301 SOUTH SERVICE arrested and !the minimum bond $35 watch. The merchant 1 is a council off.ce for local
set by Judge Yawn for a bad stuck.; troops. Flirting with the Season in
With An Idea Of
:-'''' Williams will preside at the Spring and Easter new Pastel Colors Navy; }
( kickoff: meeting:: for: the fundraising and Black 4 I:
'. : : : campaign to b3 hcM 1
S(4 Thursday March 13, at 8 p.m. PLAIN
at the Starke Woman's Club. r STRAWS Hand Bags
'" Miss: Kay Anderson field J.TCC- *. FLOWERS Fk
tor far the Gateway Council: I"\ WITH
will be present to distribute
MAGIC CHEFMove ; 4t
materials: and discuss the cam. GLOVES r ) SHOES

pa:gn. Girl Scouts, lr.clud.ns ;
Brovtiies, Scouts and Cadites: :; =- and don't forget your TO MATCH
will: have a part in the meeting, Whites and Colors
Up To Modern LivingF which is open to anyone in the Come; take your pick of Some with Frim in '---.J: BY
county: who wishes to assist in Pretty and Whimsical Colors. LIFE STRIDE
the fund-raising\ : campaign.: Pins, Earrings, Necklaces '

Bracelets and / '7'1
f More. ..
aster Pleads GuiltyIn


"Better Control RobberyClifford Select Your Easter Clothes For Boys And Girls At EaglesShe

For 31 ore Flavorful -
>, v Norman, 20, waived
t Food"Completely the services of a lawyer and Will Look So Pretty For Little Boys'fIn

pled guilty to the charge of c A Dress By 's: .\;
'' Automatic robbery before Circuit: Court '" Sizes 2 to 6 ( .
,
\.
Judge George L Patten on Friday :- "
-- --- -
*J -i March 7. Cinderella :Z lffP LITTLE FARAH 'S"
A pre-sentence !investigationwas

Bll -a\:, \ Lighting Thru- ordered. Pant in Plaids and Solids
... The affadavit charged that ,L p p- also )
:;-.;. ... .. out robbed of m'
; Norman Kelly Gay '
-
PRETTY
oN SHIRTS
1 Lace Trim and if ifA
___ Slips
m -- $30 Nov. 24.
: on ,, '
''i'if'1' ;:: t'rf,7"1r, Frilly Panties by (
; ,: \ .& TO MATCH t( >,
: Lawtey Clean-up
In STRIPES AND SOLIDS
-0111t ,..- Drive Starts (i HER MAJESTY 1

\ t ,} l This Saturday \ !::; !1 TOM SAWYER

r \ _r _Sizes 4 to 7_
; : Offering $30 :as first: prize Let Her Follow The Foot- t j
,!: i .------ -r ,. 50 the City of Lawtey's property: steps Of The Best-Dressed THELITTLE
f r 299 clean-up: ad: imjs\ement, campaign 8 In Shoes By TOTMISS
'f11t: I WITH : will an' under: nty Saturday .

--'- -10f I...." ItU :March 13, continuing ROBIN : He Will Be So Cute In A Suit By
through: April: 13.Add.tioi.al .
; ldJ
TRADE Buster Brown. We Have The Buster
: : : prizes of $30 for
--Ka1s -.ego.mow s A second;) ;place: :and S20 for third Brown Socks That Will Complete The
place will be awarded following: Outfit.
decisions: by a panel of thiea

judge LACE TRIM SOCKS FOR THE GIRLS AND PRETTY TIES FOR THE BOYS!
OLD:
Councilman: Yemen E. ,
COMPARE.
chairman: of the Sanitation! :
Comrr.ir.ee: said: that any debris
placed: .;;:: tie t sreet cU'br.in\ : ;
be hauled: oil ay the;" city: during: : FARAH PANTS MEN'S SUITS BOY'S SUITS
THIS the drive: if lie owner will help
the truci: driver: load :t t. .....
WITH THAT NEW SPRING NAVYBLACK BROWN OLIVE
Anyone' wishing: to make: a -
.,. 14 FT. NO FROST !
m coctribuiioa of money: for the LOOK!
... .
Ki Jf STm prizes may conact Clerk Ethel SOLIDS AND PLAIDS
[ .1
-sy
-- ;ke Reddish: at Ce: Cy:: Hall. Marshall : $2695
M. M. Jordan or Comcihnan SIZES 28 TO 44fioo S TO 20
REFRIGERATORFREEZER : Olin.Bond .
1
-- $ BOYSSPORT

Sale Set FROM w UP COATS


r For New Hospital LIENS :\ NAVY LIGHT BLUE, t }

1. .. In Union CountyThe GOLD. OLIVE, RED '
: *
AND You'll BUY VAN HEUSE' > *
c 'L.
,;.. 1 Union Count; .Commission AND ARROW -iSHIRTS AND BLACK
adopted a resolution last 8 TO 20
WESTINGHOUSESave week setting April 1 for the /
sale of 3405,000 worth of bonds ,
for a proposed new 25bed 1''J $1495
I county hospital. The bonds 3 UP
.r :I will be repaid wlth-racetrack SPRING y

Mom. The Chore. funds.. STRAW Y a FARAH
Architect: Harry Burns of
Jacksonville went over revised HATS PRESS PANTS
Of DefrostingFAMILY plans for the building with the
board but said he could not i BY # :J REG. AND SLIM
w set a date for calling for bidson STETSONTHOM srou

the project because plans ..
have to be resubmitted 1 to fed W. HART GRIFFON 00
$4. UP
eral agencies. The contract SCHAFFER STYLE
must be signed by June 30, & MARX MART
50 however. PREP PANTS

PLAINS & PLAIDS

SIZE WITH COVXTY:: : GRADER 23- 32.10 .
TRADE DAMAGED VANDALS
Vandals damaged a grader VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS

belonging: to Bradford: County:
by shoot): -ng holes in the: windshield McAn In All The New Spring Styles
: some t time during the! And Colors.ARROW .
weekend. Clerk of the Court SHOES
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES! Charles Darby said the: grader From .$5995 SHIRTS
had been parked in the Heilbroan -
!: Springs) section. Tills: !Is NEW SPRING STYLES PLAIN & STRIPES TIES

332 W. Madison St. Phone 9 477QiKnHH the second act of vandalism oa LONG WEARING Shirt and Tie :Monogram
n mMMM MB* BMMBM HMH HH M county eqUpment: in recent
| | weeks. COMFORTABLE: ed "FREE" with Purchase. Thorn McAn ShoesW.i1

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The, MOST VITALCHAPTERpf


Al State Fails To Prove Crime !Not' CommittedIn



. On cross-examination, Med- brave and passed himself off
explains What a tables-turned case In Later on that evening, Lt. ders answered several times as an orncer. men someone
County Judges Court, the state Pat Henry:; went to the Minute that he didn't remember some asked to see the warrant and erwillegar
was called to try to Market on 301 In Starke In and Huckaby and Medders drove
NoTeacherCanLas upon provea things because he was "scaredto the man got embarrassed and
? (! ?
crime had not been committed. answer to a phone call saying around attempting to find the death." concocted this story..He called
that place where the robbery had
somebody had been rob-
the police offers and then he
bed. There occurred. Medders again saidIt Taking the stand
Medders told Hen- on rebuttal he "
was scared of them..
After deliberating about three ry that he had been robbed on had happened near Bobby's Boyd said that when It came says
big hours Thursday (Feb. 27))night south 301 by a policeman and Hideaway. time for the defendant to pay Defending Medders, who Is MOTORS
the five man-one woman jury another man. his bill, Medders got out his married and the father of three
as our nation. decided that the State failed to Hooten then called In Deputy wallet put It back In his children and is a first class
.. prove a crime had not been Henry and Medders drove to Newman and when he arrived pocket and then searched his mechanic at a phosphate plant,
committed and found A.O.Med- the city police station where Medders said Newman was one pockets before finding a $5 was Jack Edmund of Lake Alfred -
Afi:
EXCITING ders of Polk County not guiltyof Henry and Biggs questioned of the men who has robbed him. Assisting was local attorney -
Afi ITS! HlfiTORYI! falsely reporting a crime. Medders and then all three Hooten placed Medders under bill.In George Pierce.
got Into a patrol car and drove arrest shortly after midnighton his summation to the jury,
Called to the stand by County south to find the place were Jan. 28 for falsely reporting Medder's attorney said,In part;; Members of the jury were
Prosecutor Gene Shaw were: the reported robbery had taken a crime and then Deputy "How In the world would a man W. M. Smith, Cecil E. Leach,
E. L. Boyd, owner of Schenck's place. After several false Newman placed him ,under arrest :- concoct such a story and put Laury C. Carter, Clyde Hall
Liquors, Waldo; Deputy Sheriff starts, Medders pointed out for Impersonating a peace himself into such a position... Emory Prevatt and Margaret
a Ray Newman, Alachua County; Bobby's! Hideaway as the place! officer. Either I'm defending an idiotor Ellen Crosby. (4E

Chief Kobert Biggs, Starke;; Lt. where the robbery had taken he must have, in fact, been Medder's case was the last
S Pat Henry, Starke Police; Deputy place. Medders was the only wit- robbed... The moment he one in the term of county
Sheriff Glen Moore, Brad- ness called for the defense. fingered a police officer, he judge's court. Prior to Med
ford County; Chief James Huck- Since It was out of the jur- He said he vas driving to Bax- was arrested for falsely report- der's case, Walter Thomas was
eky, Waldo police, and DeputyJ. isdiction of Starke Police, they ley Ga., to pick up some plants Ing a crime. I say that when found guilty of withholding support
R. Hooten, criminal Investigator called In Deputy Moore, who from an uncle, that he had he accused the police officer, and sentenced to six mon- TRADE-INS ON NEW 1969
Alachua County. met them just north of the county stopped at Schenck's, and while a curtain dropped" over the in- ths in the county jail. How-
line and took Medders with him. having one beer had a conversation vestigation. ever, committment was with-
Their combined like testimonieswent this On At first Medders told Mooreto with a deputy. He said Shaw told the jury: "Here Is held as long as Thomas pays FORD CAR AND TRUCKS
HARRIET BEECHER STOWE'SImmortal something : drive north on 301 and after he then drove on and stoppedat a man from Polk County who $20 a month to Sadie Thomasfor
the of Jan. 27, 1968, Med-
night he had pointed out a couple of Bobby's Hideaway to use got too much to drink, got the support of the child.
Classic ders stopped atSchenck's wherehe places and then changed his the restroom.
had a couple of vodkagrapefruit mind, and they went south where

F11NCL1] versation drinks with and Boyd got Into and a a con-fri Medders again said Bobby's HoweverMedders said It was ;'kIata
Hideaway the $295496rf
was place wherehe pe
end. Medders said that he wasa so crowded he didn't go in and
had been
T'OM'S' deputy from Polk County and robbed. then he drove around the buildIng :
# CABIN
and he approached 301 o a is uc eat .
again,
was on his way to Baxley, Ga., So Deputy Moore called In
to pick for he was stopped by two men,
up someone nonsupport Chief Huckaby and left shortly
one in uniform and In
civilian
one -
after he had arrived.
Hukaby
COLOR asked for Identification clothes, and robbed of
CinemaScope After listening to Medders called the police in Plant City and $65. After that he headed north $495 or
for again so he could the 19l'J J
awhile and noticing that where Medders has said his report !L
.
he robbery.He
was driving an El Cam- wife was the Postmaster. Huck-
aro Chevrolet, Boyd'called. De- aby said that the police had F1! '
puty Newman who went to Schenck's never heard of him. said that Hooten had

talked with Medders, threatened him, saying, "Boy, j
Starts TOMORROW 1 asked a couple of times to see Huckaby called In Deputy Ho don't you know better than to I
his warrant (and never did oten. When Hooten first droveup Insult an officer" lie also Ford Fairlane
a.eiM Ca.l, / see it) and they "parted in Medders $1g95"-1967 -
Twao pointed at him and
said in
to
good spirits." answer questions Winners at the Regional Science Fair competition last weekat .1
Newman con- said that was one of the two from his
lawyer, that he
didn'tremember
tinued his routine patrol and men who had robbed him. Then Lake Butler and headed for state competition In April are
transferlng from Air.1 Auomatic
ION w. Medders continued one Bradford School students U-r) Richard Kirkland Mike 500Power or U- ,
High
w.13mit. north on 301, Medders changed: his mind after police car to another. "I was i mow.\\:7::
Gainesville stopping at Bobby's Hooten closer Inklebar alternate Mrs. Pain 17, es ee
Hideaway. got and Hooten scared to death," he said. White, Doyle Crews, Pam < Dickerson sponsor; Eugene Mock Bill Myrick, and Jimmy
-
Andrews. A Middle School student, Mike Gissy, not shown, Is

NOTICE I Top Western,'The Stalking Moon'To also an alternate. $10951964 Chrysler


Headline At Florida Theatre"The Science Students Head For State 300 Tudor Hard Top, Full Power and Air
BEGINNING MARCH 10' 1969 New Tires, One Owner.
Stalking! Moon. western boy, her son by the terrltory'oSmost
suspense and adventure vicious renegade Apache [Continued From productive Rate of Chlorella Be*
The Price Of All HaircutsARE Page One
thriller, comes to the Florida killer t Accelerated Chlorella Is afresh
Theatre next SundayTuesday, Steve McQueen stars In entry However, Crews said, water algae now slatedby Leon
March 16-18, for a three day "Bullitt. a top-flight dramaset they were much more easily scientists for use as a foodof $12951 L
NOWHAIRCUTS ....... stand. to play five days at the trained than ,the original the future.

Gregory Peck plays the 'role Florida March 2125. worms. Kirkland accelerated the life Fordor Automatic, a o n r 5 lean,
$1.75 of Sam Varner, a. professionalscout A double feature Is set at the Crews worked on the project cycle of the algae by speedingup One Owner.
FLAT for a detachment of Army 301 Drive-In this Friday, Saturday for a month. its day and night cycle, providing
TOPS $2.00 Troopers assigned to restrain I, and Sunday March 1416. an aerated culture medium .
BRADFORD BARBER SHOP Apache Incl'an' outbreaks from Frank Sinatra Haquel Welch, Billy Myrick and supplying nutrients.
CITY BARBER SHOP the reservations! of Arizona and and Dan Blocker star In "LadyIn Third runner up In the BITS lIe cut the reproductive time of 1
New Mexico. While in pursuitof Cement," and Bette Davis fair and a red ribbon winner In the algae in half. $1295-1965Galaxie
LAWTEY BARBER SHOP his duties. Peck discoversEva heads the cast In "The Anniversary regional competition, Billy My- He began the project last De.

MORGAN'S BARBER SHOP Marie Saint, as Sarah, ex- ,"the story of a monstrous rick's project is entitled "Tox- cember and has worked on It 500 XL Hard Top V-s, 4-Speed. Sharp, One
PLAZA BARBER; SHOP haunted, fearful a white woman matriarch who stops at nothingto Icity of Synthetic Detergents on about an hour each day since. Owner.
I who has been held captive by a retain a firm hold on her Fish." The student added liquid Jimmy AndrewsA
SJMirrTY'SBARBERSHOP J tribe of Apaches for ten years, three adult sons. soap to continuously aerated project entitled "Effects of
clutching a young halfbreed water which contained one Chlorella Under Different En-
fish. The fish developed a slime vironments," got Jimmy Andrews Fo sPickup
$12959
around its gills and finally died. a red ribbon In region'! tt
; Myrick plans further work on competition and a trip to state.In .
the same experiment to see a series of 10 experiments Lon I adio a ,
what effect the addition of Andrews tested the same algae
: plant life in the fish environ- Kirkland used under such extreme
ment would have.Richard environments as extreme
heat, cold darkness, and light. $9951964 Ford Wagon
Kirkland He found that at 103 degrees
i Richard Kirkland won a blue Fahrenheit and complete light
V-8 Automatic.
ribbon and second runner up algae grew rapidly But In a ,
&to the overall winner In the cold dark environment It grewso
local fair. He garnered a red little the growth could not
: ribbon and a trip to state in detected with the naked eye. Ford Futura
regional competition with his Andrews estimates he spent> $16951967
project entitled "Can The Re 50 hours in prparatlon.
COMMERCIALPRINTING Wagon Automatic and Air.


Processing Plant

$1095 -1964 Buick For-


Seen For
County dor Full Power and Air One Owner, Sharp.


(Continued from, Page One) Nolan< Woodburn, chairman.

corporated limits of any municipality. of the Property Evaluation Committee -1966 Ford Galax-
reported the Garden $1495
The committee visiting Knox- Club Ls interested In the Chamber

vllle reported the odor of the owned property on East ie 500 V-8 Tudor Hard Top, Power and Air,
plants visited could: not be detected Call street as a possible alto Clean, One Owner.
until very close upon the for a club house. Frank Williams
Is A Specialty With Us buildings. Then. Hill .said, the Bradford CD director,
odor was not of rotting animal suggested the County Volunteer
matter but emanated from the Fire Department might also ,be FalconWagon
the cooking process: Interested In the :property:. fora $1495-1967
Grogan and Register both said fire house site.Chamber .

they doubted the firm would locate Manager Pete Air Conditioned Std. Trans.

Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Busi- in Bradford County withoutthe Novak read a 'letter Informingthe
blessing of the Chamber 1
ness Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printingyou In other action: Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville of
the United States and the ChevroletFordor

may require and if the quantity is low just give us Area C-ofC will cosponsor $14951967
a conference on urban

a call.If problems entitled "Challenge Automatic, Radio and Heater, Locally
From the Nixon Administration. -
." It will be held ,Wednesday Owned.
we have printed for you before, a phone call will March 26, at 10 a.m. over a

start our presses turning as we keep at our fingertipsa special two-way audio, closed
circuit, color television broad- THESE AND MANY MORE
complete file of all printing produced in our plant. cast. between and Washington !D.
C. with President Richard Nix-

j i on, Vice-President Splro Agnew TO SELECT FROM
Our printers take pride in their work and you are as- ty 1P and the President's Urban, Affairs -
Chet Novak descrtbtd
: Council.
sured of a neat clean and accurate job. .
"eyeball-to-
E.1 eyeball" Confrcnatlon and urged

PHONE Interested persons to attend. i
Frank Williams, Dr. T. O.Rltch.
964-630S BRA DFORD Johns 4YA :Freeman Register,Rev. Thomas
COj
1E. Staab, and !President Loyree !
About Thin QuUa. ii. ,Cocomlre! Indicated they would wedoitaqain

try to attend.
"A business fire loss anda
safe robbery have taughtme Proposed plans for the San
Zrtrgrap1s. the need to be fully ta Fe Junior College to offer BUYS
insured. But fire and business additional off-campus college UNBEATABLE

interruption, plate I courses in Bradford County ,... ...... ......... ......
glass, liability and theft were related by Supt. Tom Casey -
insurance come to quite a More than 100 students have
premium. Does your agen- already signed up for fall courses -
cy provide budget accountsso Casey .said. With Clyde
insurance can be paidin
The favorable reception to
monthly installments? ewe
a Chamber committee which VicTODAY
Charley E. !visited the Hampton City Coun- or
cil to tout the Chamber functions -
j JOHNS AGENCY was noted with entluislam

, by the Governor Arrangements
. 131 So Walnut St.Phon.94450'7e are being made to present the
,1 Chamber story to the city officials 1.

.. v-- of 1/awtey and Brooker.
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! Agriculture Program In Full SwingThe p I'r 1. f


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110 students enrolled In ; ,:. A committee of professional "
y1
Bradford High School's agriculture foresters works with the students -
program are In full swingof in planning the program. t
their farming activity; as win It Includes Joesph Cissy, Cont-
ter turns into spring. ainer Corp.; Norman Ketchie,
With students in grades 9-12 Gilman Paper Co.: Nealy Mc- )
the local Future Farmers of' .4 Y l xyT.t Connel 11 Rayonier, and two 9 M ., orTsl
America participate in varied Bradford foresters, L. J. Kite ..
activities including livestock and Dan Harley. 't,
judging, gardening, forestry, FFA students spend an aver- .l
and cattle raising.A age of two hours per weekat
1969 dairy judging toam of the ag farm. They visit '.
Ray Daugherty, Gerald Rosier, the farm regularly when doinga
and Larry Hicks placed second special project, such as the e5,
among 240 teams at the FIo- planned spring plantings. ,
ida State Fair in Tampa last Bradford FFA'ers also help t
month. The team will com- each year to set up livestock ,
pete March 22 at the Univer- ? 4 .. r 'tiers exhibits at the Bradford County Batten hoe weeds from >'
left, and Larry
sity of Florida in Gainesville Ray Daugherty.
Fair. do that
They as a com- 1.
Starke.
with the 10 top teams in the munity service project set up a cabbage patch at the agriculture farm north of FFA :
state for the state championshipin in their annual program of work. members plan to sell the cabbage when It heads to a few days :

dairy judging. 't, P Y ,lr Officers in the Bradford Sen-
The local FFA chapters had ti 4t
4 wh ior Chaper are Mike Tew.president -
the outstanding livestock judg- ". ''K Jimmy Alvarez, vice-
ing team at the Greater Jack- president< ; uanny Norman, secretary -
sonville Fair recently. Team ; Reggie Norman, treas-
members were Travis Wynn, .ti urer, Richard Sapp, reporter, t r ..'
Gregory Woods and Jimmy ka ,' y and Glenn Ritch chaplain. .
varez. Wynn had the high xrt t Junior Chapter officers are ,,'
individual score in cattle jUdg- Dale Clemons, president; David ,
ing and Woods made the sec- Stalnaker, vice-president; e
ond high individual score. r w Ray Daiuzhertv. secretary; David
The Future Farmers are rea- R Wainwright, treasurer ...
dying a land judging team to Mike Bryan, reporter, and KeIth -; "I.
compete at Marianna March29. il Thojas, chaplain. ,..
(
About 25 boys are competingfor j
k"
four positions, accordingto 4kpy"ro ._ J!' .- .:!

Two Advisor FFA Paul members Hutchins.will show a, '' Mr;: ? !r M'.,!..._..._. 0'"O'.,, ..,...;".... :;." u,'.,.'<" .; 1 1
;. D
heifer calves at the Bradford : i .... .. "
County Fair and Springtime 11' \... ...... i." : 0"o. ,;.;..fwor ..\-_. .
:
Festival next week. Jimmy -"'
:
Strickland will show a calf born .
and raised on the FFA farm These two heifer calves will be shown by Jerry Lee, left,
will show calf won t 'b 3f
Lee a
Jerry 11 'sYr and Gerald Rosier at the livestock show at the Bradford County n!;
by an FFA member in the last
calf scramble.The FFA members look over some of the 25 head of Black Angus cattle they ''run on the Fair. 170-acre FFA farm is agriculture farm. other' was caught In the recent calf scramble. j:.
located four miles north of Sta- Sf:.
off US-301. Most of plants. Advisor David Smith's for public consumption. FFA ool buildings.A assistance of the local fores- .
rile just M ....
students have 200 yards of tab- members have already raised ters and
pulpwood
the farm, 120 acres, is in plan- new project of the FFA producers.
ted pines, somealmost20yearsold. acco plants in a bed. Some of some plants in a rooting box members is a pulpwood prod- Future Farmers, for instance,
The Future Farmers just the plants are ready for sale at the farm. Some of the uction course being carried on are practicing this week on a $ ; .' ,,. '
finished planting 2,000 pine now.The plants now decorate local sch- for the second year with the Prentiss Loader on loan from "' I1' -
Future Farmers also Hollander Hydraulics In Gaine- :' .
Flo-
seedlings furnished by the 1
have half-acre of cabbage plan $ '1' ..
rida Forest Service. sville. With the loader the boys .AT *
.
Twenty-five head of Black ted at the ag farm; will soon will learn to pick up and load \ I
Angus cattle are run on the be ready for market.It logs on trucks or stack them .
farm. Two FFA members, Gerald is planned this spring to into neat piles on the ground. ,
plant 10 acres of Pearl millet FUG "
Robert Rosier, who
and
6 acres of Florida No. ;'
live near the agriculture farm 200A filed corn, and 4 acres Twelve senior Future Farmers y. ,
care for and feed the cattle. of clover in an area just clea- are enrolled in the pulpwood -
production course, start- '"
Two pigs, donated by former red.Cattle at the FFA farm are ed here last year as one of 't ..
FFA member Jerry Whitehead, now being fed on 10 tons of six pilot programs in the sta- 5 ,
'e
are kept being at fattened the farm.for a They bar- corn harvested this past win- te. Twelve Florida high sch- O ? ; .; t
are ter. Hutchins had eight tons ool now carry on the program
becue planned one Saturday before of corn ground for feed. designed to interest students in PANTED COTTON-The mini
too long, according to Ad- dress is fash-
Freshmen and sophomoreFFA going into the pulpwood prod- worn over pants
vslor Hutchins. 1-I ion's most sophisticated swinger. 3
uction business, becoming a
students will also planta Chester versionin
tx Weinberg's
FFA members also rai- dealer after graduation, becoming
are two-acre garden. or white pebble cotton is .
sing In beds vegetable and tobacco Hutchins says he plans to get an operator of some sashed at the waist in red. jimmy Alvarez practices on the pulpwood loader loaned the I
plants to sell to the pub- his FFA students into the orn- Ralph Morgan and Cecil Gaskins prepare poultry exhibits of the heavy equipment suchas white and blue. The little FFA chapters to use In pulpwood production project. The $8,000 .
lic. Hutchins' students are raising amental horticulture business. cages for the upcoming county fair, a community service' the loader on loan to the dress boasting a front kick piece of equipment Is loaned by Hollander's Hydraulic of Gaines-
tomato, pepper, and egg Plants will be rooted and grown project In which FFA members participate each year. Bradford FFA chapters now. pleat and wide midriff insert ville. a
tops wide leg pants.
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All Makes Region 1 x n BHS Runners WinWinning Third Meet



their third dual meal many seniors from the68 The Tornadoes ran their first Broad Jump1) Williams, 180 1) R. Griggs, BUS
Cage TeamCharles of the young track season, squad and several lettermen competition here Feb. 28 beatIng LO. 19-1 i;: 2) R. Griggs, BUS, 22.7; 2) William, LO. 23.5;
Bradford runners thumped Live; expected to (help the squad P. K, Yonge 6648. But In a 18-3; 3) atephens: BUS, 17-7. 3Kmith: BUS, 23.8
Oak 87-43 on the BHS oval greatly didn't come out this return match at PKY they' were 120 HH- 1) S. Smith, BUS, 880 Run- 1) Brown LO. 2:
Blye. whose contrIbutions Tuesday, March 11. season. downed 79-53 after the Blue 16.9; 2) R. Griggs, BHS, 17.6; 08.4; 2) Patz BHS, 2:11.9; 3)
to the Bradford High led the But the team is filled with Wave got 12 boys out after bas 3)Andrews) BHS, 18.6. Trawick, BHS, 2:14.8.:
Senior Ronnie Orlggs many promising freshmen and ketball. 100 yd. Dash- 1) Slade,BUS
School
basketball team this first places In Sprint Medley Relay- ])BETS
Tornadoes with ,
past season sophomores the coach eays. ad- In their other dual competition 10-6; 2)) Turner, BUS, 10.7;
are greatly 2)12.1. (Turner
respon- and second placeIn ; Stephens,
three events
sible for CaUiNI' j ding that he plans to get Ills the Tornadoes lost to the 3)Stephens. BHS. 108.
a 15-8 record, has been ( two. Griggs won the pole, (S1adeThrift). 2) LO, 2:4
:
Mile Run1))
Tornadoes In as much !hot cOm- Jennlgan LO
Orange Park Raiders 7357.The .
rewarded by 220- 1)
being R. Grlres.
named to
and 220- BITS, 25.0
hurdles
low ;
vault 4:56.5: 2) Frick BIK, 5:08.4
petition with Class AA : ,
schools ; ;
the Tornadoes entered tile 2)Bennett
second team iJIIS
of the 25.3 )
,
class A secondIn 3)Zlpper-
Region Two All-Region basket. Mayor Carl Hurst and Mrs. Bill Chamber. Starke Junior yard dash and placed broad as possible.! This Saturday tot annual Rebel Run In Jackson 3) Williams, BHS, 5:13.2.: er.BIIS. 26.7 ;
and
ball team announced Wednes Woman's Club depict First Aid Week proclaimed March 17-22 the high (hurdles instance the Tornado trackmen vllle in competition with 23 880 Relay1) BHS. 1:37.8 Two Mile Run- 1)) Frick.BHS,
BennettTurner, Stephens -
(
Jump. CSlade.
at the site of a wrecked car placed at the north city limits of Tornadoes also made a will travel to the Winter Park schools 17 of them Class AA.ScoiUe 11:38-8: ;, 2) Prevatt, BUS, 11:
day.Blye. The Relays made up mostly of AA Smith ) 2)LO,1:45.1.) 54 3) Howard
Starke on U. S. 301. : placed sfccU In ; LO. 12:18.2.
They
the relays.
6-2 senior. led the 1969 clean sweep of teams that will show the BBS 440 1)) Mile
the high hurdles and Ronnie Reddish, BHS, 55.4; Relay-t 1) BHS, 3:49.2.:
In 1:37.
Tornado basketballers in scoring ( took the half mile relay 2:12.1: runners what real competition Griggs tied for second In Rib 2)) Hunter, LO, 55.7 ; 3) B. (B. Griggs, Patz Trawick, Red-
with an 18.4 average and .8, the spring medley In : Is. low hurdles Griggs, BUS, 59.0 dish,) 2) LO, 3: 54.4."who'll .
In rebounding ,with a 19.4 aver First Aid Week ProclaimedThe and the mile relay In 3:49.2.:
The 880-yd.( and mile relay' In sa special 440-yard relay
age.He teams Is made up of all underclassmen "We also have a good bunchof for weight men the Tornadoes
was named to the all-re week of March 17-22 has city limits as part of the event. "
: according to Coach eighth graders Loper adds placed econd. In that race the
gion five by the Florida Sport- been proclaimed First Aid Junior Women participating George Loper. which he thinks will mean runner* carried a12-poundshot the
writers Association. Week: hi Starke and Bradford In the first aid week are Mrs. Coach Loper terms the M69!>> some !good boys hi! the next few Instead of a baton.Next pay
Kenneth Fuqua
The RJE transfer who played County by Mayor Carl Hurst Chambers Mrs. Mrs. Duane season "strictly a rebulldina years who will have all the ex Tuesday, March 18,
for BHS only this season as a and County Commissioner Dave program chairman chairman: : Mrs. year." The Tornadoes lost perience !he can expose them to. Tornado trackmen will take on
Shuford. Dykes, poster it:; Augustine In a conferencedual
senior also led the team In "
Whiff school programs
Activities! during the week Wayne en.
match here.
per field cent.goal percentage with 49 are being sponsored by the and Mrs. Elsie Sanders Baseballers LookingFor Live Oak Statistics mortgage?

Starke Junior Woman's Club In publicity chairman. Shot Put1)) Quillen. LO
He grabbed 448 rebounds cooperation with the Jackson- If 20 persons enroll the Junior 41-7; 2)) Klnnard, LO 41-3
Which Coach Mike Sexton thinks! vllle Red Cress. Women are planning to sponsor 3/4; 3) Black, LO, 4014.
be school record. Prior a first aid course .starting Mon- Discus- 1) LO 124-
may a Blye to the week films have First Victoryned Hampton, Nationwide Insurance can-with
also scored a total of 425 pointsto been shown In local schools day March 31. and running each 11; 2) Williams, LO, 118-10; one simple pro-
rank among the leaders in and programs have been presented Monday and Tuesday night un- 3) Frier, LO, 118-10. gram for your mortgage AND your house.
BHS basketball history. to civile organizations til Its conclusion. Bradford High baseballers are two and allowed one hit. Poll Volt1) R. Griggs, BUS, A PAYS OFF BALANCE OF MORTGAGE if
The Bradford Cager Is also according to Mrs. Bill Chambers still looking for their first win He struck out the first batterhe 11-0; 2) Williams, LO, '10-6; you die, or pays you monthly if you can't work
a possible allstate choice. general chairman of the of the new season after a rough faced. 3) Brown, LO, 9-6; due to injury of illness.
event.A 1969 opening against Orange High Jurno- 1) Murnhv. BUS. a PROTECTS YOUR HOME\ and possessions
3) War-
according 2)) 5-4
R. Lowry
first aid program will be Park and Live Oak. 5-4: ; against all usual hazards-fire, wind, theft,
. presented Monday. March 17, Arnold Braden. Orange Tornadoes played well in the ren, LO, 52.STARKE liability. Broad protection at low rates.
The Federal Aid Fisheries at the Woman's Club and an- Park's red hot left hander described field. But Braden was the dif
other March by BHS Coach Dewey ference. He credited with
program contributes three dol- Tuesday. 18. at was GOLFERSIN '
lars for each dollar spent by the RJE High School In Reno. McKinney as "The best high every out against BUS AZALEA TOURNEYStarke 'r,
Game and Fresh Water Fish Wrecked cars with signs pro school pitcher I've ever seen" Brown had the bases loaded r BILL POWELL

Commission on fishing improve- claiming the week and a warn tossed a no-hitter at the Torna- once against the Raiders but golfers taking part In F; ) 4
ment projects. ing to motorists !have' been does In their opener here last bore! down and struck out two the Azalea Golf Tournament at V Phone 961-6164
placed at the north and south Friday. Braden almost pitched batters and forced another to Palatka over the weekend were: 401 VV. Madison St.

a perfect game but walked two pop up. He struck out nine Dr. H. H. Adams. Clyde B. 4 Starke, Fin.NATIONWIDE.
Expert Tree Surgery batters to give the Tornadoes Raiders but walked seven. Terwlllegar, John Watson m, y j.
Golf Tourney their only base runners. The Tornadoes will travel to Comer Perryman, Delano Tho-

St. Augustine this Friday March mas, M. J.. Elder, Jack Eaves, .xA,
set .Cavity Repair Dates The Tornadoes lost their 14, for a 3:45: p.m. game. Sat- Jewett Foev. Duvfd Silcox. lien -
PruningDcMotiing ChangedA ( + fielding touch Tuesday night urday, March 15. they go to Herres, and Carl Lamar .. INCUMAMCt
; ; !? against Live Oak, again on Jacksonville to meet Bolles, the Johns.
fct date change to March 28.30 Bradford Field and lost 1M. team favored to win the Florida Dr. Adams won second placeIn
't racing has been announced for the Pitching has been the bright l Star Conference. Next Tuesday his division on Saturday and The Man From Nationwide Is On Your Side
1 Cabling Starke Golf and Country Club's spot for the Tornadoes so far. March 18, they win be at Sunday, while Elder, Herres,
,, !Transplanting; Third Annual Strawberry Invitational Sophomore Johnny Brown hurl- Santa! Fe In a :non-conference: Johns, and Dr. Adams tied fur Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
j ?!:j Tree Feeding has been announced by ed six innings against Orange tilt at Bradford Field at 7:30: "fourth place In the Pro-Am Home Office: Columbus Ohio

.:." .. .; Tr..Rtmoval Club Pro Herb Herres. e Park, allowing only two hits. He p.m. Division on Friday.
,, ", The change Is .
necessary -- -- -
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:. Let Clearing Herres .says, because of the GROOVY-Red and white owns a 3.5 earned-run average
,. '',::: Stump scheduled Greater: Jacksonville floral-printed cotton shapes a (ERA). .
.. .*.'!t....ii Grinding Open which has long been set flared tunic and elephant leg Junior Mark Graudons pitch-
pants for resort '69. The delightful ed five innings against Live
for the March 21-23
Winch Truck dates pre-
fabric adds extra spar- Oak, allowing six hits but only
Job Fochtea' viously set for the Strawberry kle to the already frivolous .
Every ,
Invitational. two earned runs for a 2 8 ERA. r t
According to tour- design. Ellen Tracy cuts the '- '',
COMPLETELY INSURED nament rules no tournamentcan perky tunic on the A and "I'm particularly pleased with 4 .
.SATISFACTION: GUARANTEED be held within! 100 miles of scoops the neck. our pitching but we haven't +w
PAYMENT LAN"VAILAILESAPpr the GJO on the same days. had the hitting or fielding to
All other rules pertaining to CORRECTION: back it up," Coach McKlnneysays. '

SSURGTREE the Strawberry Invitational: remain Miss Wanda Lewis was Incorrectly W ,
Outfielder J. Waters has
EONS S.
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the March "
GAINESViLLE' same Herves says. Went if ed in the
the only two hits the BHS team
.2025 NW. 6th Se. "J76-176& 6 Issue of The Telegraph as be- .
ing married. She Ls i Instead, engaged has gotten in two games. He
doubled and singled In three
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to Marwin Jackson; no
trips to the plate against' Live
wedding has taken place.
Oak and has a .333 average so
$100
FLORIDA THEATRE The did however win
far.
from the Sunoco Service Stationon x
North Temple Avenue In Junior left hander Larry Tan-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Sunoco'a Golden Dividend Con- ner made his first varsity appearance .r

test. against Live Oak.
Fill. SAT. MARCH 14 15
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Union Co. Woman Returns Home I Health DepartmentWhat ,Affects Many Areas .


To Find Armed Robber WaitingAn .
do restaurants, birth Under chronic diseases. we :nurses, a county sanitation! director and Federal governments: $23,-
certificates sewage\ treatment discover that 35 persons were a. secretary, a. part-time 898 from the Board of' County
car keys. When .she protested. plants, burial permits ImmunJzatlons admitted to cancer service 84- clerk-typist and a part-time Commissioners: $2.800 from the
elderly Union County Ills taking ,the car be told her family planning, and were admitted with cardiovascular Janitor. Board of Public Instruction:
woman, Mrs. J. D. Knight! t, returned :he would leave It for her"across R hut-lna have In common? diseases and 22 with dlibetes. Money for an of this work $2.400 from the City of Starke:
to her home late last from the Public Health
$' .1100
cornea from a variety of sour
the bridge. He apparently Bradford
afternoon to find her The answer lathe Council and
Friday had his car parked Records also show that the ces. Total budget for the fiscal Nursing Advisory :
house occupied by a masked County Health Department. The
sanitation director stayed pretty $2,638 from budgeted reserve
some distance away, but tookher's' year 196849 Is 63939. Of this
gunman who escaped with more Health Department la InvolvedIn busy Among other things, and registrar! fee.
to keep .her from leaving stN 1TM Which affects 27.405 comes from the State
than $250, according to Union almost every area
:he made 22 to
visits public water '
quickly to help. She had no :
get
County Chief Deputy Albert the health of the peopleof systems. 14 to public sew '

Sweat. telephone. V : Bradford County.To age systems 215 to garbage Shop At Griffis Store
Mrs. Knight lives alone on a (Mrs. Knight later found her r tat.r:, k Bet some Idea of the wort( disposal systems, 205 to eating
car where It had been abandon done, let's look over some of Guaranteed"
400-acre farm place in the. Lake II 1r' and drinking estabUcfhmenta) "Where Quality Is Always
Fisher area, about three tnilea ed, but did not attempt to drive the statistics for 1968.. Under: and 165 to grocery and meat
It he afraid the communicable disease.control
away as was markets.
west of Lake Butler. She is the I II
widow of DeWltt Knight, who gunman might still be lurkingin we find that 352 persons rece- These statistics are only a
served as Union County's first' the area. She walked more ived Immunizations for small small sample of those found in
tax assessor when the county than a mile on a graded roadto pox, log for diptherla 389 fol. the five-page report for 1968.
was created by dividing Brad Highway 100 where a passing Whooping cought, 780 for tetanus. And the statistics are the only
ford County in the 1920's. motorist picked !her up and took 515 for polio, 24 for typhoid the skeleton of the Health De
her to the county Jail and 221 for measles. partment. The flesh and blood FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Mrs. Knight said she had been Deputy Sweat carried Mrs. Under the next category. ven- of the department' are seen
shopping in Lake Butler and Knight, back to her home and eral disease control we see that when one visits the building at TASTEE WEINERS 3 LBS. $1.00
drove back home just before found that It had been syste- 34 cases were diagnosed, 182 329 N. Church Street .when one
dark, unlocked the front door of maticzally ransacked, room by I field visits made and 105 office! of the clinics is In 'session-or SAUSAGE 3 LBS. $1.00
RED HOT
the house and entered to find a tom as the Intruder looked for ; .fir ; visits made In connection: with when a nurse makes !her rounds
young white man wearing dark money. Sweat said! ,the Intruder r r1 VD. or an aide stops! by a home uALWAYSMEATY"\
glasses and a straw hat pulled WESTERN): ]
entered the house by breakinga Skipping to maternity and. to offer some help. ,
low on his head. ,back screen door latch. 1 family planning services, the Work is done under the direction NECK BONES 5 ,LBS. $1.00

He fingered a small revolverand Dogs were called from the' records tells us that 150 patients of Dr. A. Y. Covlngton.
said, "This is a holdup. All State Prison at Raiford, but the : Were admitted for maternity who heads the trl-county unit of TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c
want is your money. Hand trail merely led from the houseto care and 256 took ad BradfordClay -Union. Working '
over your purse and nobodywill ,the spot where Mia. Knight's Wheel Chairs Given Loan Closet vantage of the family planning under him are the county nursing LARD 3 LB. JAR 39c
be hurt." car was found. Sweat said the services. director, four public health
robber apparently left bis own
Mrs. Knight quickly obeyed car in the woods waiting for These two wheel chairs and pair of crutches shown above, STEAK CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c
and the gunman demanded her : or :
the getaway. have been presented to the Loan Closet or the Bradford County
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Public Health Nursing Advisory Council by the Veterans of .. BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1.00
JacksonvilleBusiness Foreign Wars Local Post 8058.
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Julian McRae, above, commander of the local, veterans post, U. S. Good Steak C

I1D ::4ii presented the chairs'to Mrs. Gar( Mathews, left, and Mr. Marvin

: Hazen Monday morning The Loan Closet, which dispensesfree T-BONES 8 9

4tir medical equipment to ary patient needing It 'n Bradford SIRLOIN

".t:1':: County, Is now located In the old Mitchell's Drug Store on East
)if' i\\. Call Street. ROUND LB.
r .YouR rERMI1E"ya
DirectoryAuto
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i ;' : Equipment may be secured by contacting either Mrs. Math :SAo 0 ,'
.t.\-.t OWL co-chairman, or Mrs. Hazen chairman of the loan closet. GRIFFIS STORESAM
Sales and Service mi:?:..'itr The closet at present has five wheel chairs on loan. These two

Parrish MotorsSALES t;.'l. \' ;_ d n.h wheel chairs make a total of seven modern wheel chairs the phone 964-5745 0 aTI ll.a GRIFFIS.owaler .
\\ closet has available.INDIAN 625 East Brownlee
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PARTS I BEACH;

Sp-5 James Earl Strickland, :;
the late Earl Strickland and :;
Always Good Used Cars son :
(Lake Santa Fe)
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5651: Mrs Rosemary Strickland. By: : Michael H. Chltty }
Ellington was honorably discharged Yif
Ph. 4754171
from the U. S. Army >
F.J.F.r'TRfrfOTOR] March 6 at Ft. Stewart, Ga. .. ,.. .::I Starke Merchants eT'BASKE15of f

lIe served 3 years. He receive! Greetings, friends and neigh { SAVINGS
ed his basic training! In Ft. bors. Here's" an encouraging bit ..
PEAVY Brothers Benninz Ga. and later served of news from weatherman George ::'
1 year in Vietnam: from June Wlnterllng on Channel 4, ,,:S
Electric Co., 1007! to June 1968 with the Hq. who says this fouled up weather ;,;
& Servo Bn., 1st. Inf. Div wherehe we're having Is a good sign :: :-
Electric MotorsSold received the Bronze Star that Spring Is Just around the :;
Serviced Repaired the:! Medal of Honor and the corner. Sure sounds good to
Generators Starters Armature Good Conduct Medal and rank me. Just think before long :: 'i
Rewinding, of Sp5. our lake will be buzzing with ::!: ::
4014 Lenox Jax, 387-2528 While in Vietnam he drove swimming, ski- ::: I :;
boats people : >I \I II Ij. ,
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the tank, "Last Chance." will 1 .& .I and
Army ing fishing, and everything" :: r (11 (t >
MUSIC On returning to the States he be back to normal. : ", ',"h f .
served(] his last duty assignment Joyce and Pete Barton attended :::) -, ) ;:F ?::
in Ft. Stewart Ga. a birthday dinner in :
Paulus Music Co. He Is now employed at Cadillac Crescent Ga. honoring C. F.
Industries as sewing machine Ward on his 82nd birthday.
Band &: String! Instruments .\ mechanic. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barber I" I
Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers were at their lake home over
School Supplies-Instruction '1 111m1 i11 11i111111 11 1jii1; ;1i11ii11111;; 1mf1i1111l1111r1 the weekend.
Mrs. Helen Walter of Jacksonville
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Roberts Recorders was a weekend guest of .... ;:.
Music Llbrary-Expvrl the D. W. Carpenters. :
Repair Department Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gllsson of :

41 W. Monroe 355-8447: Venice visited Mr. and Mrs. E. :.
W. Revels several days last ;.< '" ....
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week.
PIANOS Mr. and Mrs. James Klnchen ;:::i ::.
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and family of Jacksonville
YAMAHA PIANOS spent the weekend at their lake A. VJ ::
CONN and KIMBALL car Insurance buy- home. : i

ORGANS famous low rates Friends will regret to learn !

and top service. of the death of Norwood F. i .;.
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Guilford, 39, on March 3 in West I'J -
Contact me today! Palm Beach. Survivors Includethe I ? \
widow Hilda, of West Palm 1 -
Beach; his mother Mrs. A. L. '
(Dick) Billiard of Melrose, and ; I
a sister, Mrs. Ralph Royster of j I

were Dunnellon.held Thursday Funeral at the services How- 4. 1.'(\

KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS ard Funeral Home In Riviera j i: "'. It JI:.. \e,' -" I
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Beach. .." O..1' e, '(\: ",
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My cousin, Faye Hamilton. ::: e. -" ,
Roosevelt l\Iall-388.S319 j::) v 4. JI ", e; .
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came down and got her parents. \ ... '" e. .
Alfred and Corine Hudson, and ;:! ,, 9 g ti0
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WESTERN STORE took them home to Gainesville :; ,V" atkegtia o tterat'a e. .
after a three-day visit with the '- e
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Chittys. Saturday afternoon my j ;> (

LITTLE DUDE MERRITT parents and brother Wayne attended j s;: loo sstint tt'a '" ,, ,,'(\$ o't
WILLIAMS farewwell party for Bile ,-o4:1 (.0':"( ",-v. e.t
ly Bell of Keystone at Prairie !i y-- .gte ad .
Western Store a S1? ""
tiT N. Walnut Street Inn. Billy had to report for induction !: 0 letalong : r ,
'boo'e. \
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into the U. S. Army \'- 'boo'0 e
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PHONE 964-5391 : Plet rg:
Leather : !
Western Clothing -
Monday morning. Everyone en, !: t -.4 t o
goods, Saddles and Trailers ', r e'C):" : e be b'e i l
STATE FARM joyed turkey cooked underground r54 'boo' 19 ag ti \r
Charles &: Sharon Petty Mutuil .'. .........CompiinrHom \ by James Trlest, with :::: leg. ,\ \'boo \'vte: ca:t,
I 902 8. Ed/rewood/ 384-1210 .Olllcti lloonlMtoo' ,lUlml/ all of the trimmings and oys !:: .c."t; gave re's ,1t '4otrcot
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guests of the tCa
Sunday dinner o4 $
Chittys were Buddy and Merle Get' ..J .that: reGe ,o .

Florida Ellis and Johnny Ellis, Jean at egg, it I
Serving:
I j"" Since 1950 and Russ Pierce, all of Galnes- ::M1 eg3 eon {j.e.'t. + \7 beI
vine, my Grandfather Chitty :'s:::I: An"b to _' w'', e0 to .

of Starke and Anita Williamson ::rr;1 _d etc of re'. be ",3? ye ti .
ror4dQ jl ( Service fft of Keystone Heights. Sunday X ..'V" ... 'd _Li O ""/,e. \\ t
reeling afternoon gueusts Included Billy j::: v ,, a ktrgie '
_, ._.. II I of %} asrt at'e C)e.
Dewitt .
Q I "" Bell and Denise < ? '. 't.cYJ e.i r.
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and
Triest 3
I Keystone, and James 0 f>
1 t j Lonnie Petty of Putnam Hall. :: .e.e\ e. e.
lid.j b a4 1.
Mrs. Carolyn t ,: Cordially Now here's Leeon. x::: g 'e o0 11o cotJr .:.
4' a
LEEON'S CORRNER ::: 04 a .' 'a
Eaves Welcomes "The Bullfrog"The :;.if: t: 'c.tatk. \}:'o--:, ,s vse : ::
Representative .
Bullfrog Is a nasty thing, $ ,,9) '" .W"t.r-, to
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your He lives In mush all day .::. ..J O .....0 O \ -s'JP.
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your He gets so slimy while at work f: ac'" er ,J:' .p$,, 'C:1':::;
that way. S b '
stay
And he loves to 3
Starke New Home e c4S'tead9
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The Bullfrog hopped upon my o'f--: : :
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to dampen ray : o'\} "J1
The State of FloridaIt And began g "
ehorts. f;v \0'"
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Now all that's left of that Bull ,. I II

To Aquaint You With Your City.If frog c
Is upon my knee- U warts ft:


you are new in the area, a phone Old 1n T

call .wU: bring you a prompt visit 11 : ':I YOU'LL READ IT ALL IN NEXT) WEEK'S TELEGRAPH

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free and wonderful gifts for you ( ore try DON'T MISS IT!

from local businesses.' -reyiiRrsfar"Money .... J.
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.,." :;I ./It'.. 1 '. : .. ..-"a5:;-icai, :;..:' rw 'I., Security Process jPjjfJffi ( !

t To Improve service to social .
", j ...' ..:, security; beneficiaries as well. .-
to the public in general, special .
.: ; facilities avail- By Martha Sue McCain
: teletype; are now
f:. 'Ride Around able in each social security; off- ,i County Extension
: Ice which will reduce the time Home Economics Agent
required for the office to see

that proper and timely payments
-" And Look Sunday'i are made.T. age, cut in mtesize Pteces; i
PLENTIFUL FOODS FOR tablespoon butter or margarine
MARCH AND HOW TO USE
-- 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar Che-
Watson states that social
C. THEM.

i i The Columbia County Beautification efforts. To begin with, the general up- &.4.I: security beneficiaries can serviceby helpin Foods of all catergoriesmeat .. ese.Combine soup, milk, onion,

Committee has hit on an idea that of will result in increased getting this improved fowl, fruits, vegetables, green pepper, pimiento salt
grading an area certain events as .
reporting and nuts are on the
grain and blend well. Place
might well 'be copied by some organiza- real estate values, making the soon as possible. The most list of plentifuls for March. half pepper the potatoes; Li a greased

tion in Starke and Bradford County area more attractive to potential resi- [ important of these are: And with supplies up, prices 2-quart casserole And half
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that is interested in improving the dents, and at the same time resultingin should be down. the sausage. Cover with half

area, from a standpoint of beauty, as pride of ownership for the. present A change in aaaresa The 10 items forcast to be the soup mixture. Repeat
well as health and general living con.. residents. Starting or stopping work plentiful: In the month of blust- layers. Dot with fat.
ditlons. marriage, or death ery winds range from the Juice Cover and bake at 350 degrees -
During the past one propertY'owner arouse'
year, to des-
of ; course through entre F. (moderate oven) about
The Columbia County group desig-- has been selected each month to ,. "," A change in school attendance sert, with grapefruit and grape 1-1/4 hours. Remove cover.

nated Sunday, March 9, as "Ride. receive the "BIP Award" for the most f .....,w .,' ...... by a student beneficiary. 18 or fruit Juice turkey and pork, Sprinkle with cheese and bake,

Around-And-Look Sunday." Residentsof outstanding improvement of the month. ."." ...... '....., over: potatoes, canned and frozen tomatoes uncovered, 15 minutes more
Lake City and other towns in the This program has had beneficial effectsin and tomato products, or until potatoes are tender.

epunty were urged to do just that encouraging beautification land improvements .' .' -When the person who has responsibility prunes, canned as well as frozen Spiced Prune Cake
; ; for a child beneficiary sweet corn, rice, peanutsand 1 package spice cake mix
ride around and look as a means of of in Bradford
properties
many peanut products.
is changed; (for 2-layer cake), 1 1/4 cups
opening the eyes of citizens'who have County.It 1// -Any work by a disability; bene Here are two recipes which, drained, pitted and chopped
become used to seeing or not seeing is also of interest to note that the pPyE "ciTHE 1 ficiary. with grapefruit juice and tomatoes cooked prunes.

the trash heaps, refuse dumps, auto town of Lawtey has set the month of iy will use fivefif the plentiful Prepare cake batter accord
Moreover Watson emphasized, foods In one menu. ing to package directions. Thoroughly
junk yards, discarded stoves, refrigerators March 15 through April 15 as the time
and Potatoes Au Gratin
these events should now be reported Sausage
mix Into batter.
,: and other appliances, and the for a general property clean-Up and: directly to the local social (6 servings) Pour batter prunes Into two greasedand

piles of empty beer cans that constitute improvement drive with cash prizesto security; office rather than to payment 1 can (10 1/4 oz.) condensed floured 8 or 9-inch layer
eyesores in every community across be awarded to the property owner FAMILY TAX BURDEN centers. Doing this promptly cream of mushroom soup, 1/2 cakepans. .

the land. making the greatest improvement in will mean greater assurance cup milk, 1/2 cup of finely chopped Bake according to package
Beautification Committee members the appearance of his premises during The estimate of all taxes to be collected in fiscal that checks will be deliveredon onion, 1/4 cup chopped green directions but Increase baking

Stated their belief that most people that period. 1969 by federal, state and local governments aver- time and in the proper pepper 1 tablespoon chopped time by 10 minutes. Cool cakea
1/2 salt 1/4
amounts, and that no pimiento teaspoon minutes before
overpay- few remov-
have lived with these familiar blightsfor These are commendable efforts and ages out to about $3,927 'per American family. ments will be made which later teaspoon pepper, 4 cups thinly ing from the pans. When cool,

so long that they no longer actually might well be supplemented by' a "Ride That's $370 from fiscal 1968 the Tax have to be repaid. sliced potatoes, 1 package(8 oz.) frost with creamy white frosting -
see them. The expressed hope is that Around And Look Sunday," whereby up says precooked small smoked saus- .

an eye-opening ride through the town these improvements would be noted Foundation, Inc. Thirteen years ago, taxes collectedby Your social security; office,

and county would make the public a- and contrasted with the many eye-sores all government were equivalent to $1,897 per located at 409 S. W. 2nd Avenue,

ware of the need for a general,! clean-up,. that still remain in our midst and which family. tj Gainesville, phone number 376- FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
will be to assist
2575.
glad
and create enough enthusiasm to get detract from the improvements.Of This ever-increasing tax burden on the American m reporting: any changes and you in

the job done.Residents course, it isn't necessary to wait points the immediate need for careful answering any questions about alco-1
were urged to try and see for some civic group to promote a taxpayer up elimination of overlap- social security.; In addition Mr. C.
the community as a newcomer to the "Ride Around And Look Sunday." Eachof screening of expenditures, Watson is in Starke at 136 N.

area would view it. "Forget that you us can make this effort on our own, ping projects, and the setting of priorities at all Temple Avenue, each Monday and I

may have been passing that Same broken and then determine to do what we can levels of government. Thursday morning. topics ,

fence and rusted auto body on your to correct the blight that threatens the

way to work for the past ten or fifteen attractiveness of our community in
By PAUL C. FORAKER
years, and open your eyes to the fact many areas. FARMER'SNext DIARY
that it is ugly, unhealthy, dangerous But a concerted effort, sponsored by .. Editor. UfeTMtloB. Services

and degrading. Then, determine to do an organization with enthusiastic lead f?
to gettingthe Wednesday (Mar. 19)) at r reek nearly to handle this Individual who
something about it I" ership, would come nearer 55 Pastors representing
has done job that is too big 10 a.m. the big Bradford County every religious persuasion ate has come to him for help.A .
Realistically, every citizen a job a Fair will be opened and from More berries are being sold
wise will not let the
steak in clean-up and beautification for any one individual.: then on through Saturday things along the highway and it seems becoming that in addition Increasingly to its theological aware alcoholic pastor"con" him into doing
that at last the crop is com-
the
will be popping steadily at
fair Fair officials ing into production. But It Implications, alcoholism is an all the thinking for the alcoholic.:
grounds.
have been working for a long seems also that time Is of the illness. Often the alcoholic will expectthe

Girl Urns planning this year's event, essence right now and that This is not an attempt by any pastor to provide a magic
Scout Week and with a break from the the next few weeks will tell means to justify the alcoholic formula thus relieving the alco-
weatherman It seems likely whether growers will have a and his actions, and to free him holic of the responsibility Ire
if his life is to
that even last year's record- good season or another one of all responsibility for his con must recognize
1\ like last year's. be changed.
breaking attendance will be ex- dition.
'
"Why do the badkids\ get all the more noise with a lot less to shout ceeded. '> But once alcoholism has De- Many pastors nowadays real-
less about. .. By Sam McGarvey Spring should have been here ize the necessity of getting to
publicity? They probably represent come established in an individual
time but at the time the heart of the alcoholic's prob-
than one per cent of all the kids in this But instead of trying to tear this So plan now on visiting the of some writing, ago another, cold spell it manifests itself In many lem. There is usually some psychological
doing their darn- Big Show as often as :you can as an illness, and many
they're ways
country apart
Country time Is on the way and it makes you or spiritual reason
and have
We might offer several possible answers deat ,to help build it up. They,are fy\d-r ,seeing you'll the hundreds a good of exhib- said, "that if we can put a wonder if we will ever get wise pastors these days are at. why this individual has takento
often- to their coramumitie. man on the moon, we oughtto some warm weather. Remem- tacking UTe problem along psychological drinking as a crutch for his
to this provocative and ink ways., serve ,r rI Us'and special events as well be able to solve this pro lines, as well as us-
made remark. But we think it would be They'are making friends in other c 'at\-" visiting' : with others from blem." ber that saying "If Winter ing spiritual dynamics.It life. When this reason can be
to tries and thereby helping to improveour the area who will be there. comes, can Spring be far behind 'elected and proper psychological -
fruitful publicity
to give some ,
more .. ?" Right offhand, we'dsay does little good to tell an or spiritual principles applied
the kids instead.So national image abroad. They are From the meeting, it developed
good Incidentally It like Yes indeed and the young individual who has become an the individual usually is
we're tipping our editorial hat: to a earnestly trying to develop their best only a few years ago seems when the that a co-ordinated effort lady is not moving fast In this alcoholic that he shouldn't have"" able to rise above his drinking

bunch of very good kids.. Girl Scouts, potential because they know our future Fair was held at the American and local will be officals made to by correctthe state direction. let himself drift into his con problem and conquer it.

Who are celebrating the ;:57th birthdayof depends on them. Legion grounds and facilitiesfor situation. Let us hopeso dition. What is done Is done, Certainly God can be the an
their organization this week (March We think the Girl Scout effort de. handling livestock were for with hot weather on Often one activity; helps build and the question now is how to swer to the alcoholic and his l

12)). serves commendation. In this 57th year meager. Now we have perhapsthe the way, the fly problem will another. For example, the Calf help the problem drinker out problems. But a wise pastor will
Scramble was a big success of alcoholism.
of the
morass
finest fair buildings in this also help the alcoholic work out
There's nothing square about these of their existence, they are proving a be many times worse that it and a number purebred cattle
part of the state and a large Often an alcoholic finds it ditti- the psychological kinks from
has been the winter.
during
and "with force for good than ever and added here in the
girls. They're just as groovy greater part of the credit should go were county.; cult to "own up" and admitto his personality, or will refer him
it" as the kids who are making la lot we hope their example is followed by to A. J. Thomas Jr.,and others, Now, those cattle will be exhibited himself that he really has a to someone who is trained to do
all Americans. who helped to set up the Fairon The county; commission got at the Fair, thus build- drinking problem. Many alcoholics -
a non-profit, educational good news at the meeting with ing the livestock section of the try to lull themselves into this.January is Alcoholism Informa-

basis. the State Road Board recently event to a great. event.. falsely believing that booze is no tion Month, a time when spe
I : the contract for the rebuilding problem to them that they cial emphasis is given around
Fifteen the crooksEven We attended the meeting held of SR-16 from US- In turn, this should make can take it or leave it anytime.The the nation and here in Florida
percent to last week on the "fly problem"at 301 to the Clay County; line the Fair even better than first step in the right direction to creating in the public a deeper -
which the difficulties of con will be let in December. The ever by having an outstanding
exhibit is made when an alcoholic awareness of the problem of
if you are never held up, never cause the mental and moral climate of trolling the situation were out- project has the endorsement, the Fair of purebred by the cattle. And admits that ire has a prob. alcoholism.
lined. Finally, a housewife, not only of the commission way, helpsto
have your bag snatched, never have your that land is low enough to encourage such whose home has been Invadedby but of the Starke city; co\U\cU., build and promote Bradford lem. Sometimes he will take his in Florida Program Alcoholic welcomes Rehabilitation requestsfor

house broken into, your car stolen, never action. hordes of the pests, spokeup which will pay for moving utility County; and that's one goal we whom problem he to has a a clergyman great deal of literature from pastors. We
Are Americans better "It lines Brownlee St- can all agree on.
growing or worse : seems to me, she ; along
theless thieves cost each and every one of confidence. This is when the pas. have material we believe can
in this respect? It is perhaps not possibleto tor must muster up all the wisdom assist clergymen in helping alcolrolics. -
you'fantastic sums each year. It is reckoned give a categoric answer. But there and tact he can find within Just write FARP's Information -

that each time you make a purchasein are bad signs about. Each year the Fed himself and when he often turnsto Services. Box 1147,

a store,that buying costs you 15 percent eral Bureau of Investigation reports a Remember. God for direction to know how Avon Park, Fia, 33825.

more than it would were more Americans further rise in the crime rate. And even
honest. How is this? Thievery is reportedto subtracting a small percentage for better 25 Years Agoher Cigarette Tax the many cities In the state and:
$464,091 went to the counties.Of .
have reached such gigantic proportionsthat reporting, this is an alarming fact. Then, Continues ClimbWhile this amount, Bradford Co-

today merchants are forced to add 15 take shoplifting. This may or may not be, By Alice McGarveyNo unty received $300; Clay County,

percent to every bill in order to make up as it was in Oliver Twist's day, the fore- lng was for 40 civilian patrol- son, Pfc. Jack E. Sullivan sale of cigarettes was $1,393: and Union County $491.

for theft losses. most school for thievery. But the very one in Bradford County; men to guard buildings: pipe was missing In action. still below January of 19C8, Of the almost $5 million distributed -

Does that give you a new idea about widespreadness of this dirty, sneaky little at least In Starke, and those lines etc. Men from 40 to 65, Ralph Rhodes, a pilot, had state wide collections( were up to the cities Starke received -
that able to get there, needed to even with some disability,were quite a nerve shattering experience 58.7 per cent ;up from, $5'/ $7.819 (bringing the total
shoplifting? It should. Does give youa act is an earnest of the degree to which The local
asked to apply.
be lonely 25 years ago. in the skies over Burma. million to $9 million for this fiscal year to $09.017));
fresh outlook on your neighbor who even well-to-do Americans fail to resist The town was full of ser- area had supplied about all the His mission was to drop supplies Of the $9 rnllllom collected In Brooker $3C5 (S3.372)) ; Hamp-
boasts of cheating on automobile repairs? the theft miasma floating through thecountry's vice men in their off hours men available so outsiders would to a downed pilot over January $3,740,697( went to the ton $306 ($2.387)): Keystone
It should. Does that make you think atmosphere. and the residents of the area be moving in looking for enemy territory. He accompli State's General Revenue Fund; Heights $1,677 ($16.068); Law-

harder about the thousand and one dif Americans pride themselves upon their provided all kinds of entertain homes. ... shed his mission and then found $4.928,103 !was divided among tey $721 ($6,064)() ),
ferent in which Americans are dis- patriotism. But the bitter truth is that ment for them. Not forgotten that his gasoline supply was Insufficient .
ways any were the wives of service men. A group of girls calling them to get him back to --- -
honest, thereby robbing others and cost- nation which puts up with widespread dis- They were entertained and In selves The Girls Service Organization his base. He spotted a small

Ing everyone more money? It certainly honesty, public or private, is not actually their turn Initiated many interesting also was very active air strip and landed to find 44 :

should. very patriotic at all. Indeed, it has a programs of their own. with helpful and patriotic that It was fortunately held *
Any celebrated dav endeavors, but managed to have by
rather low view of itself. was an friendly Chinese. After
For of this will stop-ever-unless -
none times well. They
excuse for a tea,or dance and many good as refueling he managed to get airborne
the American people as a whole adopta What is needed and most desperately, the Army WlvefnuITpIanned) also had a St. Patrick's Day again," with little room

new and much higher attitude on dis is an overwhelming national return to the a St. Patrick Day dance at the Dance and planned a May Day to spare and returned safelyto

honesty. When millions upon millions of conviction that honesty pays, that it pays USO--YWCA. The women took dance at which a queen and his home field

citizens of any land engage in,theft, big or by making everyone's life better, safer turns as chairman and vice- court Officers would of be the chosen.organizationwere
chairman for activities. For
little, direct or indirect, they do so be and more satisfying. -Chrittian Seienct Monitor eight weeks during this season : Pat Keen, president;

Mrs. John A.Fausett was chair- Margaret Stringfellow vice- New ContinentalExec
man and Mrs G. L. tune, president; and Wanda Pearce, r.I
secretary. They published a AppointedA. y ccR.
vice-chairman.-- Bulletin, the editor of which Let's G 8aatin S.

was Roberta Whitfield,assistedby
The Bradford County -fQ. .
Coca-Cola Mary Jo Caldwell.
Bottling Plant .. W. (BUD) Dupke of Charles
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED r: manager, V, H. Howard, at the ... .
Importance of food production ton. West Virginia bas been ;....?.
request of the War Department,
1879 --; collected musclal Instruments In war-time spurred .a appointed Regional General By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
for soldiers overseas. He ask- National 4-H drive,and in Bradford Manager for all properties of
dMi611 ed for harmonicas, guitars, County enrollment rose to the Continental (Telephone System Conservation Is everyone'sprivilege and see floating debris pickIt
The national total was in Florida, Georgia. Alabama and duty. This Is It
banjoes 200. up. only takes a few sec-
there or small instrument
"Let any
And God said, especially true for the boat-
two million. and Tennessee, Accordingto onds:: to make up for someone
waMSSa be light" and there was light. Because of the activity; of Stressed among 4-H projectsin Gerald ,Williams manager of Ing fraternity.If litter. bit hurts it else's thoughtlessness. Don'tbe
1:3)). every
Gen.
FLORIDA I E S S -( : near-by Camp Blandlng( all available this area was the productionof Starke office of the Florida stands to reason that every surprised if It makes you
feel little bit better for
a do-
Before we prepare! to study housing and spare rooms corn, potatoes, pigs, calves State Telephone Co. little bit helps. Even the ing It.Talk.
: o N or even open a book, we should were occupied and more needed. poultry and home gardens. W.T. slightest effort to clean up our : to fellow boatmen
AS 50 affirm that we have God with- Members of the Rotary Club, Nettles, District Extension Dupke reported to his new assignment waterways and keep them about a clean-up project. Al-
< in us. Then we will feel God's who were trying to help solve Agent, visited the county; to aid Feb. 17.:The new man- that way. Is a valuable con- most every area has a favor

presence and power in us and the problem, said that Starke County; Agent L. T. Dyer In ager of CoztUnenUTs Southern tribution.The Evlnrudo News Service ite picnic ground launchingsite
and had been the drive. formerly employed or beach. Why not organ
all around us. With assurance was "overflowing Region was has these suggestions for do-
I for the last three To -.- The and ize family work crews some
years. with Chesapeake: it-yourself beautification projects
"Let there be light.. Know
E. L. MATTHEWS.' Edltor-PobB say add to the burden, soldiers at With Our Men In Service((1944): Potomac Telephone Company of : Saturday.
Published each Thursday and catered M Oe .o4CUs this. Then through conscientious Camp BlaMing were being replaced Bradford County; was learning West Virginia where he served Carry a litter bag and use Play modern Take day tree Johnny
Appleseed. a
Matter at the PMt Office at Stark. Florida meditation thank God for by civilians in any Job that war was not all glory, In the telephone industry for Z37e81"11. It. Encourage your boating ing rulse. Tree seedlings plant-are
light pick up the book and that was routine, like guarding excitement, and high employ friends to do likewise. Don't available from
of
of March 3rd, 1S7I.BotoerlpUon a variety
wader Act
through this light there will installations. The purpose was ment. Sad news came to this throw anything overboard.The sources at a very small cost.
In trade area: 1 year, $3.90; OutoUU be understanding wisdom. to release soldiers for combat area with the word of combat., Headquarters for Continent* bottom of a lake or Contact local conservation

trade area: 1 rear, $5.M The marvel of God's wonderful duty.; losses of local men. Mrs. southern region Is Fayette, Al*> stream isn't an underwater groups. They can assist you
light dispels all shadows. The latest call from Bland Mabel Sullivan was notified that feama. Junk When yard.you're on the water in obtaining seedlings.Are" .

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f' Special Service To Be Offered I I I Lawtey Area Inches for that month.

burned 13.1
HAMPTON Five woods fires

LAWTEYBy ''acres In the county. over the
By Social Security At Fair Wettest SpotIn two week period.
By: Joyce Stoke By Mr*. D. B. DID
'" Ease Bluelurd There have 666
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-- .." I d J Bradford County has been tal security before the person CountyAn 08.2 acres 1968.ct

TOMLINSONDOBSONCharlotte: entered selected for "Operation! Quick, actually retires. rrrnnrrsrnflsrjrSfl this year : ,
Mrs. George Saxon
Frank
Dobson and start." a special service from. An record established and 455.8 acres
original
Jr. were united Inmarrlage Bradford County Hospital last Attention Pastors: The Law- average. of 2.0 Inches of
Tomlinson Friday for treatment. the Social Security Admlnistra-u at the time of birth is' of tey Ministerial Association will county's three fIre towers dur- same period in
in a lovely ceremonyat !!
the home of the bride's par- Sgt. Calvin Varnes spent: the Uon. It Is. expected that the result course: the best evidence. How.* meet at the First Baptist Church county's three fIre twoers dur-

ents in Lake Butler on February weekend at !home with his family will be a marked improve- ever. Watson pointed out that on Saturday March 15, at lug the past two weeks. Feb.

28. The bride is the daughter from Chicago where he Is ment in getting the first soda most Bradford County residentsnow 7:39( p.m. 24 through, March 10, according ATTACHMENT FOR
security checks mailed to retired TV
retirement
reaching age Men's Fellow-
The Methodist
stationed with the Army En Forest Service.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dob- to the Florida ;
persons. were born. In Florida or Georgia Invited members of the
ship
wettest THE HARD OF
Sr.. of Lake Butler, and Is gineers. Lawtey bas been the JEAWffSL.
son, According to T. C. Watson, : before complete records WSCS and the Abbie Harley ......,.
Ernestine .
County Mrs. Irene Jones county with rainfallthere ,,
the
a graduate of Union Bradford County Social Security spot In A nen "A.} In wtae, g device I. ..
Is Strickland, Mrs. Sarah McCall were kept. Circle to a banquet given atKnight's doubling that at '.dt" h,ha.rtrn Ad Servt < trete
School. Mr. Tomlinson almcst / SOdUCO .f
High representative the most fre-, ,. .. Haring .tly ffi
"hl.
When an original bIrth record< Restaurant recently. S rg .KSBSS .
and Mildred Lawson of Starke Fe .
Lou while the Santa ,
of Mrs. Emma New River ,,,
the son / or.ct leettef
for In retire- )our much
quent delay xidIO
attended the Azalea Festival In cause is not on file, there Is no hard About 37 people spent an enjoyable u.rante hen TV nr wiUlout
of Brooker, and had little moisture.At Ik ''' to m..k.1)01;
Tomllnson. very
area
Palatka last weekend. They ment claims Is in getting/ acceptable and fast rule as to what wouldbe evening with a good 1 increased volume" or jour monty W'K.
Gaines Hill Tower oS.t
Tomlinson of the Louis
Frank L.
evidence of person's
a the next best source. Some dinner and entertainment.
watched the parade Saturday ,8 inches 'Of rain were 5100*
ville. Lawtey 3
of the more usual Include bap Another pleasant event was SPECIAL FULL PRICE
and
;Mr and Mrs. Gary Rakes, of and other events Saturday pointed tIsmal records, federal census the fellowship fish fry at the measured\' over the two weeJtscompoS.red

Brooker, were attendants at the Sunday at Ravine Richard Gardens.Davie Ion in the law for establishing/ a records early school records First Baptist Church on Fri- to 2.1 Indies .at the PURCHASE 1 WHILE THEY LAST
Mr. and Mrs.
weds.n! person's. date of birth with soo and old family Bible records. day evening. A large atten- New River Tower and only .2
After the ceremony, the wedding are back In Hampton following Inches at the Santa !Fe Tower.
dance enjoyed approximately I that only
from
attended his discharge from the army. Age/ marriage records "!'&' woulrl pI.fer for purely (toort will and economic re..o"
and their guests of Feb-
party voter's records, and military 300 pounds of fish with all Rainfall for the month [ the hard-ol.haring order this llsenmenl.
the reception given by They have been at Ft. George March 2, with a family gatherIng records frequently have to be the trimmings. This was In ruady averaged 6.63 inches in

the bride's parents. Meade Md. at the home of her daughter used. It Is always necessary to celebration of the finished face Bradford, County .8 Inches a- \VKITK. (OVi: : IN OH 1'IIONK JAX :\5:1-U29\ :
Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson are Mr. and Mrs. Brewster and Mrs. Roy P. Glover. Pre of 5.83 I
averagt
discuss these sources with the lifting of the old Baptist Church bove the 50-year:
Brooker aftera children moved last week into sent for the occasion were Mr. AND $1.00 TO -
at home in MAIL COUPON
now( to determine the best with a new coat of paint.It i. -
short wedding trip to st Aug- the house where: the Lester Mc- and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and chi person and easiest available to him. is a great improvement. II r JACKSON: VH.I.K HE.\ItI\ Culloughs formerly lived. dien of Bayless Highway, Mr. brother, Uad Dobbs of Ralford, "I
ustine.
The District Superintendant ,
229 W. Adams ft.. Jail Fla.
As a special service for
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. George Williams and Mrs. H. O. Dyal and family called during the day.
of the Conference
Methodist I.1laa I
Mrs. Emma Russ of Apopka were supper guests at the of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County the Gainesville brought the message on Sun- Mr. and Mrs J. A. Ogilvie I rii-asc ru"h T.V. Attachments at $1.00 each.
home of Mr. and Mis. Frank social security office will of Jacksonville spent Sunday information, the latest In Dihlbrrg Hear
visited her father, Gentry stokes ( Glover:! and son. day and conducted Quarterly inolnd. on
Gainesville Satur- !have "Operation Quicfcstart", with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hill- I
Monday. Williams In Mrs. Kenneth Brown entered Conference. After servicesa II I Inic/ Aids.
Intensified drive to reach
Mrs. Leila Mae Russ and day.Mrs. Alachua General Hospital in the an people who are working covered dish dinner was lard and family. Mrs. Ogil- NameAddress . . .. ... .... .. .. ... I
W. D. Carter, Mrs. Lawton vie and Mrs. Hilliard are sis
Mrs. Lois! Russ of Apapka spent Gainesville last Friday for( sur- served and every one enjoyedthe I
Monday with Mr. and Mis. Ned Youngblood Mrs. George gery. She had been hospitalizedin now. The social security office meal and visiting. ters.Mr. . . . .. ... ..,.
Hill attended will operate a booth at the and Mrs. George R,Sum-
Kennan and Mrs. Don
Hicks.U. S. Airman Andy Galney a baby shower in Gainesville with a Staike recurrence the previous of pneumo-week Bradford County Fair and will WSCS met at the church Tues- erlin of Lake City spent last I ('ity Slate . . . ..j

who has been stationed in 'on Monday( evening last !have sufficient people on duty: nine present. Mrs.Vernon Olin week with Mrs. Summerlin's - - -
nia.Mrs. to :help everyone who is now the devotional and the brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Japan is being transferred to week:! for Mrs. Don Thompsonof Robert Kienack and gave
MacDill Field In Tampa, and Starke.Mr. daughters of Key We t have working to get the proper evi- program was presented by Miss and Mrs. H. E. Priest
and Mrs. Bill Ohegley of dence of his age. This will be Enza Blanchard with others tak-
here with hepar
Is now on leave, visiting! his been visiting .
at the on the spot service without ing part. Next Meeting will
mother, Mrs. Betty Witt. Indiana arrived Sunday ents. .Rev, and Mis. Melvin
Also home for the weekendwas home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamel. waiting. be on March 18.

another son of Mrs. Witt's. Kennan for a visit. Stanley Benkowskl celebrated Mr. Watson hopes that any Church Schedules

Phil who is stationed at Fort Mrs. L. L. Melton returned his twelfth birthday Saturday one who does not have a copy Grace United Methodist: Sun-
of his birth certificate will stop
Bennins, Ga. last week from Arkansas, and March 8. day School 9:45: Worship 11 a.m.
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Noles of four of her grandchildren came Randy Hicks, son of Mr. and by the Social Security booth. and 7:30: p.m. Choir practiceon hot !
Birmingham Ala. were visiting with her for a visit.. Mrs. Charles Hicks also celebrated The people there will have the Wednesday 7 p.m. followedby Non-stop water
Information to help get a
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Mrs. Alma Dyal was honoredat his twelfth birthday on you of MYF.
last Triday. a birthday dinner Sunday Sunday March 9. birth certificate regardless First Baptist: Sunday Sch-
where you were born. For ool 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.
births not recorded, they have and 7:30 p.m., Training Union Get all the hot water you want when and where you want it.

the information on the avail 6:30 p.m. Midweek services For shower baths laundry dishes. everything. That's part of what makes I
ability of almost all public documents
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. electric water heating carefree. You II also enjoy precious peace of mind ::

county and school in the records Southeast.ern for. Church of God: Sunday Sch- with flameless electric: no pilot light, no fumes no flue. You can tuck an ::
every ool 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.
OVER United States.RAIFORD. electric water heater into any convenient spot even a closet or under a :;
21 MODUS and 7:30 p.m. YPE Wednesday
ne A" y e' 7:30 p.m.Highland. kitchen counter. And you get all the economy of sunshine service ::

II Baptist: Sunday School -a whole day's worth of hot water for pennies. Ask your plumbing ::

9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. contractor or appliance dealer to show you the newest models. ::
.
and 7:30 p.m. Choir practice ,

OUAllTYCONSUUCTION .all 6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wed- ?. Eleven rate reductions since 1957! -":,

:- TM lk.dreem COLUMBIA nesday 7:30 p.m. The average price paid per kilowatt hour
::: ,
:: By Mn. Earl Dobbs .1 .,l by FPL-served families is one-third less

Friends of the Wainwright than it was in 1957.
.-- I-
.
IL'II::! ,-- ==z .flrtrs- rents-rn-p family sympathize with Mr.and
IMMEDIATE L S: _. .J -- Mrs. Clyde Wainwright of Eaton
CONSTRUCTION :7@i lilllJf7 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grlffis Park in the death of their i-1f 1=1:1: L!:

and sons enjoyed a camping infant son, who passed away

-- trip to Dowling Lake over the recently. \ LoIDA' POWER a uGHT COMP.NYq "'
[LMJOLnS] [3 G1@JiJC3'W] weekend. I ."NNb l 'tl, 'j ,M 0.jJL .
J. O. Dobbs was a Friday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pie-

ONE STOP overnight guest of his son. rce Crews during the week were
""Cwith this beautiful 4 bedroom home Marjell Dobbs and family In her brother-in-law and sister

Madison. I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers

e. j It's Mrs. Edna Cason and (Mrs. of Dothan Ala., and Mrs.Crews
possible I I Jim Walter Homes
Vesta Krapska of Jacksonville .=..
12 S YEARS visited relatives. here Wednes- sister Mrs. E. A. Sapp of
gRA NO DOWN PAYMENT BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY day.Mr. New River. The Crews were : 1fM441- .
of their
If you own your property, you can have this beautiful 4 bedroom home, with Instant and Mrs. Michael Dobbs Sunday dinner guests
100% financing, Qualified property owners need no cash-not even for closing costs and children were Thursday son, W. S. Crews and family P v ;
And, best of all, your mortgage will be completely paid for In only 12 short years night supper guests of Mr and In Jacksonville.
So find out about the Jim Walter way. You can afford to build now. Mrs. Cecil Crawford Jr. at Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reddishand ,

fOUOWING OFFICESINTHF LOCATIONS Choose from over 20 low cost, high quality homes. HeUbronn Springs. end son visitors of Tampa of Mr.were and week-Mrs.B. .

,In addition to Jim Walter's low cost, here's how to save even more money We will Mrs. Emaline Dockery of Reddish. Other visitors
E.
Jacksonville, finish the interior of your new home to almost any degree you desire Finish the rest and
Mr.
Green Cove Springs Is visitingher the week were
Fla. 3220i yourself-our homes are engineered to allow easier inside finishing. If you like, we'll during :
3281 Ue tBeaver supply you with the materials needed to complete the interior of your new home, and father. J. O. Dobbs, several Mrs. Frank Dorman and Mrs.

St. Include the cost in your monthly payments You tailor your payments according to yourP. days this week. II. A. Sterling of Jacksonville 4r

O. Box 6248 budget by determining how much you want us to finish Send for our, free catalog. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dormanof
Ph. 311815R'j' have had as guests during/ the Gainesville.
AL h* L S' n.J Yow&J_-H': recoKa ----------'"
e i JIM WALTER CORPORATION ST week their daughter, Mrs. Eddie Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clemons

.. 1 M.l M IM'IC rti.oM a.) I Reynolds of Perry and are visiting her parents Mr. {
Lake City. Fla. .. I ......
'' r I.M.IJ I 1k.In o mo your L-Idy anJ r -y.
: *.non<.ng plan. PI.OI.w.d m...nn....,*. I ION J their granddaughter, Karen Register and Mrs. D. A. Jones and his
P. O. Box 1013) I '........ :=: wCan....
3030 E. Duval '' ,'r! :4.NAM': __ I of Lake City parents Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
I ton C. Clemmons Jr. Mr.
.' ADORns .
.U.S. 90 & 01 teA
us -- --
Mrs. Mary Jones of Starke
CITY STATI__ I Clemmons was recently dis-
Ph. 752.8558 Call, Write, or Stop by Today _-- ''I'PI"".___. j I visited her mother, Mrs. Mary charged from the Army at Killeen -

".::=':':::::I Ieud In.::.-===.County.... Freeman last Thursday and Texas. t tw
they later were business visItors On Sunday Miss Arthurine

in Lake Butler and Starke. Blanchard and Mrs. Bill Har-

Michael Dobbs visited his sis- rell of Jacksonville were in attendance -
ter and family the Howard Registers at dinner at the Me-

GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAUTO in Lake City last Fri thodist Church and visited Miss

day and Saturday. Enza Blanchard afterward. str

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand
\Sympathy is extended to Mrs, Mrs. Gary Bennett and

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ( MOBILE HOMES Marshall Dobbs and family children were visiting Mr. and
and J. O. Dobbs and family on Mrs. Randal Bradley In Jack- '

BRASINGTON MUSTANG the death of their aunt, Mrs. sonville on Sunday. r + 1l 't ll r wk i'

('\DILL4C OLDSMOBILE Johnson & Faris Inc. Kate Vining, of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof ,'E I I

SALES &: SERVICE I Mobile Homes, Inc.OaUiesIUe's Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs of Jacksonville were Sunday ''A a

Fine Selection of Used Cars SEEDS PLANTS Discount Jacksonville visited relatives visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. ., .
Mobile here Sunday afternoon. r
Taken On Cadillac Trades Dobbs and Mr.and Mrs.Dobbs'
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Home Sales Lot. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning;
2U01N.W.; 13th
Ph. 378-5301
NEW MOON CAPELLA has as Sunday guests their son.

CRANELINCOLN We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders As Low As! $100 Down David Browning, and family of
.
I1UO N. W. 13th 378-1316 Pala tk 11..
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378- 116
MERCURY 116 N. W. 16th
I 372-8191 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones
Authorized Sale,. & Service : and son visited Mrs. Jones' GM

2201 N. :Main Ph 372-4373 MATERNITY WEAR MOTORCYCLES parents Mr. and Mrs. JamesH.

Crane Imports YAMAHA Jeffries, at Penney Farms STOP! s ((12 Olds models are priced under $2999.)* M...Of IICIU.IMCITnuimna

Volvo MO Triumph FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE BMW last Friday night. Think an Olds is out of your league? It's not.

606 E. University A FULL LINE OF ewe e' aic a Mrs. Inez Addison, who has; n You're closer to Olds than you think. Take this

Phone 372-4251 been attending a school for the Cutlass S. It's just one of twelve Olds models
Lingerie Dresses Slacks :bales::. Parts Service blind at Daytona Beach returnsed
under And it's all the
priced $2999. things
got
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA 615 W.
Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits University 378-2811 to iher home here Monday.
like. A Rocket 350 V-8 Action-Line Six.
you or
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Burnett
EXPECTANTLYYOURS MUSICBALDWiN of the State Farm visited their Stopthinking Hideaway windshield wipers. Full carpeting. Right

children Mr. and Mrs. Mack on down the line.
.1 I wheel drive and
Sales Parts cars INC. Burnett and family In White- So why settle for the ordinary when it's so easy
Service
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house and a sister Mrs. Mary can'tafford
Clean Used Toyotas 706 W. University .Opp. S.F.J.C. PIANOS-& ORGANS Johns In Jacksonville Sunday. you to own an Olds.

1700 N, Main\ 3781265 CHOICI OF THI ARTISTS

Mechanical: CONTRACTORK. 4/p/uun MUSICco Mr. and Mrs Earl Dobbs Olds.
an
Beauty Academy were ,Monday night supper

guests of Mr and Mrs. Howard

POWELL'S I E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson'a G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372.5353 Register in Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones
Beauty AcademyLearn I
MOVERS had as Saturday night guests
a Profession In Your Refrigeration Mr. and Mrs. Walter G, Norrls.. .

Spare Time. Full or; Part Time Service Long Distance Moving of Jacksonville, James Macon

219 NW. 10th 378-2768 Healing Air Conditioning and Miss Judy Jeffries of Pen
Storage PackingCrating
Repairs White ney Farms.
on Appliances ShippingFree
ELECTRIC MOTORS Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones of
.
Industrial Combustion Service Estimates Call
the State Farm had as a guest S" m a Y'I

ELECTRIC Boiler Room Sales it Service HILL'S several days last week their "' R +rmwo sc.

3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville son. Cecil Jr., of Zepihyrhllls.:
Motor Repair Co.
Van Service Inc.
Telephone 372-2162 ,
. Mr. and
Of Gainesville Inc. Mrs. Robert Faulknerof
I 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'villa Jacksonville visited Mrs.
Repairing/: RewindingNew
and Used MEN'S WEAR 372t271I Rubye Yarbrough and Mrs.

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 Harold Yarbrough, and daugh

I PAINT GLASSLIDDELL ters Sunday
Farm and Industrial STAG 'N DRAG Mrs. Ruby Rosier and little

Equipment I PAINT & Bo Whitehead accompanied by'

Griffin Stilts Mrs. J. S. Sapp and daughter: of

Santa Fe Tractor Arrow Shirt Florshelm ShoeS GLASS CO. Cecil Latey. visited Mr. and Mrs.
Addison Jr. In Gainesville
FORD Formal Rentals Glass Mirrors Sliding: Doors Tuesday.Mrs. Join CMGealadtraeape
Farm Tractors & Implements Tub Enclosures Shower Doors at jrwir 0Idu-.bOle dealer*.
Ladles SporiawearZ Inez AddLson was hon
USED EQUIPMENT Furniture Tops Windows .
ored
with
SALES PART SERVICE STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awnings. a farewell party I

4488 N.W, 6th 376-2543 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 NW. 16th St. 372-8191 Thursday night In Daytona oWd.w uwd. ear,.?r OM.uMtf Mw car tMINRTe1R lot '8>,.<)on minuticlurw uggmxl'null, pnc*I including''Od.,el,.ac......and MiggmM, dNIN l
Beach several friends attended< USED CARS on Lire your"*MiMtion' of Ul I.modal I IS at low,...... new e.,preparation eh.rg. Ontmil, ', c1.rg'. tlalo. i ind local laut and OBI onal to wish her well.

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N'1MIS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCII CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF

41t CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Highway 12JJV NorgweSt( &! Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning LATTER-DAY SAINTS
; CHURCH Morning Warship 11 a. m. Youth Lawtey. Sunday School 10. a. n.- Morning Worship and Communion WorshiP 11 a. m.; Evening ((416 East Call St.)
Sunday School 19 a.m.. Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practice Morning Worship, 11:15.: Sun Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Player Services: Priesthood 8:45: ;
Worship Service, 11 a. m. Wednesday 8 p. m. day Night Service, 6:30.-Rev., services, 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.?: Wednesday Sunday School, 10:00: ; Sacrament -
Evening Service, 7 p.m. Rev. Robert D. Burch R. L. Bennett pastor Worship service 7 -Rev. J..C. Hesteis, pastor 11:00: Branch President,
Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Dean Hansen 9646278.
*etlng. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Thursday Night Prayer :Me""'"-
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
NOUlllSIUE BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a, m Sunday
Churctf Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn
Players ing in church 7:3: p.m. Grace Baptist :
Present CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
M. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser-
A.
Youth Service. Friday night School 10:00:
'Hansel And Gretel' At Sowthside 7:30 Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. vices (Booster Band Young Schedule of services: Sunday, Worship, 6:00: p. m Training Sunday School 9:30: axn. Train-
: pin Ivy Lute Faster' Morning Training Union 6:00: P. M. People, and Prayer Service), 6 School, 9:45: a. m Morning Worship Unlpn, 7:00: p. m. Evening WorPrayer ing Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Training Union Worship 11 a, m. Evening Wor-
10:45: a. m S1iJ.P.
Evening Worship, 7 m.
M. p. m. p.
11:00 A.
"Hansel and Crete!, Worship :
one of the Evening
best-loved children's: stories, Service ship 7:30: m. Mid-week Prayer
<
Wednesday Midweek Service Wednesday 6:45: p. m. Evening Wednesday-7::3U Ser- p.
came to life for youngsters of goutbside. Elementary! School Prayer Meeting Mid-Week Service, Wednesday Service, Wednesday 7:30: p.
FIRST UNITED METHODIST M. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., 7:43.: Prayer vices, 1st and 3rd
Wednesday afternoon' when the Vest Pocket Players of Sa.iU STARKE 7:30: P. Lovett Pastor. pastor. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: .p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship together.Rev. .
Fe Junior College: presented their version' of the childhood SundayChurch: School, 9:43 Rev. Virgil "8 Allen Price, pastor

favorite In two performances. Pictured above Is Mary Helen Morning Worship, 11; MYF :
pclot undergoing facial makeup for her role as the wicked Snack Supper, 6 p.m.; MYF ST. MARKS EPESCOFlAI.6TARXB .
Meetings 6:30: Evening Worship : I IWe #
;
I
'The also
witch. playe'rs tured other schools 10 Bradford: and
7:30.Monday: .
"'Alacbua Counties during a three-week period. Jr Girl Scouts. Sunday cervices: Holy EucJu

3:15: p.m.: District Junior High arist. 8:30 a.m. Church School, are preparing completely 1 1I
Youth Rally In Gainesville 9:45.: Family service 11. (Holy
7:30.: ii Eucharist, .tot and 3rd SUndays
Urgent Plea Tuesday Jr. Girl Scouts Morning Prayer. 2nd and .4tb I new way of life for our children. Every I

Issued For 3:15.Wednesday: Younger's Chil Sundays. NEW! FRONTIERS
4 Wednesday
day we hear talk of rockets and ::::
dren's Cho'.r: Rehearsal, 3 p.m.; 7:30: p.m., Lenten Service. .. ::
Old BooksAn Prayer Meeting and Bible Study J". Thomas Staab. Rector. .d
7:30.: 1 missiles. This is truly the space :
urgent plea for old books Thursday Chancel Choir
:hardback' and paperback, and Rehearsal 7:45 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD 1m
> However, history has taught us
old National Geographic maga- Friday Older Children'sChoir 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. age.
zines has. been issued by >the Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship -
Friends: of the Libdary for their SaturdayConfirmation Class Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ::1:) that man's need for God is ::
annual book sale set March 19- 10 a.m. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30: ij
22 at the Bradford County Fair DeWitt T. Farabee, pastor. p. m. Rev. Chester J. Shonppe, i :
and Springtime Festival pastor. :::; first ever present, and new >:>
MADISON STREET
:Mis. George A. Winkler, president .
of the Friends, (requests BAPTIST CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH i j frontiers have never changed this. ;:1
that books be taken to the Brad Sunday, March 16 Sunday (Highway 100 at Theressa)
ford County Library as soon School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Sunday School-10 a. m. 4' ti
as possible so they may be refurbished Worship at 11. Youth Choir Mol'uinaWOI'Shlp11 a. m. r: ; ;, .l TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO CHURCH
Practice, 4:30: Youth Fellowship i>
for the sale at the p.m. Training Union-6:30: p. m. >> h't c.
Supper, 5:45: ; Training
Evening WOI'ship-7:15:
m.
p.
Fair.Chlldren's books also need- Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle Wednesday Night Prayer Services :: The Church is God's appointed agency in this world ; ;

ed urgently, Mrs.are Winkler said. 715.:; Evening Worship -7:30 p. in. Rev. Merle :::: t.dl: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and ::
730.: Packham, pastor ; f, fl of His demand for man to respond to that love by :
The books will be sold at a
Monday YWA Meeting,. r: ; loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the :':#
booth at the Fair at prices ranging :::: I
Sgt. Spencer: from five cents to $1. There 7:30.: p.m.Tuesday. RA meeting, 6:30 FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :::1 love of Cod, no government or society or way of life 1:#
:
will also be a. drawing for.prizes. OF STARKE :::: + will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold ;::,:
Given CitationOn All money raised from the p.m.Wednesday Family Night, Wett! Weldon St. and Raiford :::: so dear will Inevitably perish. Therefore even from ::
RetirementAir annual bock; sale goes to( the 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Road :: r \ a selfish point of view one should support the Church ::f
Bradford County Library for Church Choir Practice, 8:30.: Sunday .School:: 10:00: a. m. :::: for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. ::
purchase of new books, materialand Thursday Sunbeams and 11:00: :a. In. :Morning) Worship; ;: u Beyond that, however, every person should uphold ;::
Force Master Sgt. ErieM. equipment. GA's, 3:30: 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : ?- and participate in the Church because it tells the truth ::
p.m. ::::
whose wife is the 1
Spencer, m. Evangelistic ; :
Services. about man's life, death and destiny the truth which
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former Melva Crosby,daughterof FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII ::
Dale O. PennellDale Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek "' 4 alone will set him free to live as a child of Cod.Coltman 1
Rufus Crosby of Starke, was STARKE Prayer Meeting, ; ftti'
.t'
recently presented a Certificate Owen Pennell, "7& of Pastor' : T. E. GllleyIIEILBRONN :".:. c tl. r Ad.. env. '.'.
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of Achievement In ceremoniesat Sunday, March 16 Sunday M r$
Sandia Base, a joint service Hampton died Saturday, March School, 9:45: a.m.Morning Worship i u
Installation in 8, In the Gainesville Convales-, '\ ::3
Albuquerque, at 11; sermon "Sardis, t 3
:::: wEly Tf4r
N.M. cent Center. He was a retired the Dead Church." Training : BAPTIST + "" ::.::
Retiring with a military car- steel mill worker, a member of Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship, CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. ::.::::.:: v 3 't .e' :..:)..
eer spanning more than 26 Jehovah's Witnesses, and Canton 7:30: guest speaker, Byron Sal- Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. :::: uE :::
::
years, Sgt Spencer received the Masonic Lodge. ter, of Gainesville Morning Worship 11. Training :.:.:.:. ., ....
award for duty as a computer Surviving are hU widow Monday.Youm Choir Practice Union, 0:30: p. m. Evening Service :: l b :
programmer with the Data' Flossie Pennell, Hampton; one 7 p.m. : 7::30. Midweek Prayer Service ". tY .. ;;-
Automation Division of Field daughter, Mrs. J. E, Fashbaugh. TuesdayJunior Choir,Sunbeams 7:30.: ::, ;O11yE'i t' 1 1ID
Command's Comptroller from East Canton, Ohio; one son, C. 3:30: p.m Primary Rev L, Tommy Howe, Pastor r 3 1 1: i
July 1966 until the time of his C. (Bud) Pennell, of Gainesville Choir, GA, 4l; .
retirement. ; two sisters Mrs. Vicla Wednesday Family Night GRAHAM: BAPTIST CHURCH
A native of Atlanta, Ga., Sgt. Miller Alhambra Calif., and Covered Dish Supper 6 p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
Spencer attended Oglethorpeand Mrs. Luclte Marti, Canton, Sunday School Teachers and : Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p.
Emory Universities and Ohio; 13 grandchildren and 21 Officers Meeting 6:30.: Prayer in.-- Rev Fred Johns, pastor.
holds a law degree. He and great-grandchildren. Meeting, 7; Church Choir Pra- I
his wife plan to make their retirement Funeral services were held at ctice, : ;NEW RIVER BAPTIST I -
home In Flordia. 11 a.m. Tuesday In the Wil 7:45.W.. A. Hogan,pastor. Sunday' School 10 ,a. m. Morning
KS liamsThomas Chapel, Gainesville Worship 11 a. m. Training
CARD OF with John Fink officiat Edward B. CastlenEdward Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
ing. Interment was in Hillcrest 8 p. ni. Wednesday night service -,
Words can not express our Memorial Park B. Castlen, 51, of 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- ''
deep appreciation for all the Jacksonville died Thursday, come-.L. L. Parker, pastor.
kind expressions of sympathy JEHOVAH'S WITNESSESTO March 6, in St. Vincent's Hospital STARKE "66"SERVICE !!{t
during the illness and death of ATTEND MEET Jacksonville. : # FAULKNER HURST SHELL
our son, Larry Goodge. The A native of Missouri! ; he wasa :
family of Ralph Goodge.Mryji The local congregation of Jehovah's former resident of Brooker SMYRNA: MISSIONARY 11 GULF SERVICE SERVICE t
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Witnesses will join and ihad lived in Jacksonville BAPTIST CIIURCII
::;: GLASS :I::: some 1,500 others from the for the past five years, wherehe 1 M3 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 084-7231

., 1111 Jacksonville area for a week- was manager of Leed's Shoe vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Tire Tru-ing
;!j FOR EVERY PURPOSE end circuit convention at the Store. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training : U-HAUL RENTALS .1
: :.:. Jacksonville Beach Municipal Smviving are his widow Union, 3:45 p. m. Evening Worship ::: Headlight Adjusting :::;
I: Mirrors Auditorium. Leonard E. Wall Wanda Castlen; five sons Lar- 7 p. in. Everyone welcome. Truck Trailer Brake Service .:'
ace, presiding minister in Sta ry, of Jacksonville; Michael L., -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastorIIKSV ij
g FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1m rke, said the program will feature U S. Navy, Long Beach Calif.; l: Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and :

1 1 t an advance training course Patrick W., U. S. Army Viet- i* Minor Tune-Ups ,ii;/ Alignment !i1i
I SHEA'Sf to promote efflcloncy in the nam; Anthony Edward and
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Avenue ..._ PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :..::..
r ministry.The Charles Richard, both of Brooker Sunday Service: Sunday 'r 1011 N. Temple -...-n.. ;
11 1 convention will be climaxed sister Mrs. Sue Mat- ;"
,
; one 11
CO. School, 9:45 Morning Wor-
f : a. 01 PHONE 964-5899 All Minor Repairs
with a speech by Bruce E. tingly, Owensboro, Ky; and r
n: 372-4315 372-4353 ::: Griffin of New York City at three brothers, Rev. William ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser WRECKER SERVICE Starke
Midweek Ser 21-HR. 617 N. Temple Ave. -
vice, 6:30: m.
:g::: 1313 N.W. 4th Piece :::: 3 p.m. Sunday on the projectof Castlen, Miami; Edward Hen p. s STARKE BUILDERS ij
:::::: Gaintsvllfa :::: "Law and Order When derson, and William Henderson vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m.
:( ::::::::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::://i=: And How?" Evansville Ind. -Charles Reese, minister \1 Hiway 301 and 100 .1
---- ..... :::3 SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON :::{

YLESSmaBWA'Y !1jt Featuring Ace Hardware UO S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET 1:'
::
BAPTIST COfURCHSunday :::; Complete Paint Supplies
=
j/ /N/J 1/ School, 10 *.m. Pro.acblng j 1: and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE 1j

Services &t 11. Training : 3 "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize In Custom Slaughtering '
6 Evening Service Cutting and Wrapping- 1
Anion p.m. :
:::{ 219 Washington St. 964-5270
'1,. Midweek Prayer Meeting. ': MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeze ::;
::;
YOUR Wednesday 7:30.: (Everyone ,:we!. :.: >>
come. Rev. George E. Cro '$ WHOLESALEPhone ;:
'.:.'.: 24-Ft. Wide '
well, paator. ; FLORIDA :

HA.VIP1UN CHRISTIAN: '':1 PEST Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO 964.7059 STREETBRADFORD :1

/Pl1J!l@E C11URC11 I ..:, MOBILE HOMES ij

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning <: ONTROL
Worship at 11. Evening : COUNTY
::s Campers and Traveltrailers
I Worship 7:30.Rev.: Carl
Clarke, pastor.. 1 ys CHIMKAL CO. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH ;&.


FIRST: BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPTON %1 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES i if

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn f' Phone 964.5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS ,
NOT ing Worship at 11. Training MACHINES '
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night m Inspections and Estimates ADDING
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed { BRADFORD
I by choir practice. Starke Nuts

YOURSELFPUT roll Home service, 2:45: p. m. f ABSTRACT CO. EDWARDS f:
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor WILLIAMSJEWELRY

Grocery and Market j jJ
CALVARY BAPTIST r Better Service For Your s

Sunday School, 10 'a. m. MornIng Groceries Meats Feed
Worship, 11 a. m. Training( a J Title Problems
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL .I
vice, 7:30. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday %' Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts :
7:30: p. mRev.. R. K. ,:' BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Edwards ::
A\, END TO EXTENDING YOURSELFBY Butler, pastor) :- Title Insurance :
EXTENDING YOUR PHONE'' JUST PENNIESPER 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 SouthStarke ;

DAY PUTS A STEP SAVING EXTENSION Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 961-6881 PHONE 964.5312''
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WITHIN EASY REACH. CALL THE BUSINESS
OFFICE AND ORDER YOURS TODAY'' DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc. \,
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[ \T: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better [i
Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training:
FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911

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--- 2-Lb. CRACKIN'GOOD 230-Ct. ARROW )

Bars. 39 29 :
Fig . Napkins . .
Arthur F. Parks
CAN. 20-om.DIXIE DARLING FAMILY 12"Arrow Aluminum )

Receives ServicesCS2 CitationFor G L Loaf Bread 19* FOIL 291 ;


Arthur F. Parks USN. C : 20-ot. DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE 46-ot.THRIFTY MAID All FLAVORS frUIT
has received a "personal thank 'r *
Loaf Bread 29 Drinks 4/l.
you the Naval for a Administrative job well done"Com-from ASTOR 3.Lb. . :

mand, Naval Training Center SHORTENING Con 59. ..
12-Pk. DIXIE DARLING IROWN N' SERVE DINNER Jumbo GALA
Great Lakes.of the Food 111., upon Service the Division selection -- ,"..1 ,1 I h w".S" 3C Mere Purcha.. E.ch'' 3<- ,arm/rv *
Rolls Towels I
Command, Supply, to Department receive a special of the PINEIREEZE FRESH FLA. GRADE"A" ALL WHITE . 2/29 . 3/$ 1 )

citation for meritorious Gen- 8-Pk. DIXIE DARLING PECAN CINNAMON 24-os.TROPICAL STRAWBERRY
eral nition Mess of operation significant"1n achieve-recog- MEDIUM EGGS 2 Doz.$1 Rolls 29* s..39* :

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Award Program.
:Memorial
The letter of commendation PILLSBURY PLAIN A SR..,Limit 1 w $3.00 or more purcho. Mcludina cigarette .
412 o& BEECHNUT STRAINED 22-ox. DEEP SOUTH SWEET 1
reads leadership In part;and\our professional qualitiesof IB. < Food. 10* Relish 39*

performance were instrumentalin FLOUR 5 49 Baby . . . :
the General Mess being, sel-thus . . BAG
ected for this distinction 26-ox. PLAIN OR IODIZED 14-ot. HEINZ
joining a very elite group, the l-Lb. Con ELEC. PERK REG.or DRIP,Limit 1 w SS.OO or mor purchase/excluding cigarette
top five per cent of all Navy Astor S It. 10* Ketch
General Messes from among 4 a up.. 5/$1. :
the 1,200 General :Messes in ASTOR COFFEE. 494
the Navy. Through untiring effort . '-... THRIFTY' MAID 20-... SPARKY BRIQUETTES sGr.

individual, competitve interests spirit, ,and an keen out- WHITE ARROW BLUE or COLD WATER Limit 1 your choice w SS.OO or more purchos.sxcludingcigor.n.. Tom. Sauce I 10 Charcoal. 99* ':
standing food service has been . .

established.The qualities" of"effort,spirit DETERGENT 49 No. 30O Can ,."..YMAOO PORK ft 3-1'4 Ibi. .DC.'NG..MW.O"' S

and keen Interest," as wellas in . Beans 10< Chicken 99* "

the"sticktoitlveness"Parks family. CS2 Parks'run DETERGENT Limit 1 your choice w SS.OO or more purchate excluding cigarette . . . . :
mother, :Mrs. :Marguerite Parks -

five rke Bradford,, who has days been County is before well employed Hospital known It;.officially in by since Sta-the GIANT BOLD . 59' sticks No. 211 Con CRACKIN' :OOO.::: : : io< 4Pk.Light 40-60-7S-100 Bulbs..89'WATT G.E. FROST


opened 13 }ears ago. It would
seem that she has brought up SUNNYLAND
CS2 Parks and his three bro-
thers and three sisters with emphasis USDA CHOICE BEEF SPECIALS SMOKED
on these qualities. Although -
Parks Is stationed at
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESSROUND
the Great Lakes Training Cen-
ter, he Is by no means a recruit *
having enlisted in the STEAK 99
after from ,.
Navy soon graduation !
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RJE High School in 1956 and I
serving a little over three USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CLUB ORSIRLOIN I
years. After about five yearsof
civilian life he re-enlisted
for his present tour in Sept- STEAK.
ember 1965, bringing his timein T
service to a total of over ,., ,
seven)ears at this time.jpiEiiTiLLE.
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS TOP SIRLOIN HALF
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED T-BONE i
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STEAK.$129 STEAK ,$139 -
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W' BRAND BEEF SHORT
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED POT I
By Rosa nutcTttnion <

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Happy Birthday to Rose :Mary USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND ROUND o SHOULDER 2-1 2-lbi. W-D BRAND QUICK BEEF W-D BRAND FRESH LEAN

day:Elizabeth McGollie.We to are James hoping are Also Earl feeling a Iradene late McGollle.birth-better and ROAST. :: 89< Steakettes i $1 1 1USDA 179 GROUNDBEEF $ 47 I


after the flu.Ulysess CHOICE' W-D 2-1 1 4-Lbt. W-D BRAND GROUND CHUCK OR All MEAT

Byrd was home last RoNO"j99: : :: LBS.
weekend on a three-day pass, STEW. $199
and everyone was happy to see . .

him.We are sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. Wiggins of Keystone Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday Thru Wednesday March 13.19
Heights.
GOLDEN RIPE
Jim Byrd has been sick with
the flu.V'e\ hope that Robert FROZEN FOODS
Proctor and Linda, Johnnie and
Eugene Hutchinson are feeling r o s 1 t
6LIBBY'SOrange
better.

J'ce /$
The Revival Meeting is still
in progress at 1008 N. E, 18th 10-o.. FRESH FROZEN SLICED STRAWBerries .
Terrace In East Gainesville LB
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Camps.conducted by Elder Walter . .. 3/89

; S-lb. Poly Bag FROZEN FRENCH FRY
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Church of God by Faith. Sun- "r '. r Potatoes. 89*
day School, 10:30: a.m. Bible A '' .. .
Class, 12 noon. WWC, 6 p.m. v p' 1 \ '
\ 16-et. TASTE O' SEA
Evening nesday night Service service, 730.: 8 Wed-p.m. HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE Fish Sticks. 69*
Friday night service, 8o'clock. . .
Elder Walter Camps, pastor YOUNG TENDER POLE HEADS FRESH FIRM WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY GOLD DELICIOUS
2nd ister and Ernest 4tn Sundays.Min::McGollie, ass-- Beans. 2 49* FRESH PLUMP SWEET
Cabbage 2/39 29
istant, first and third Sundajs. Apples . 18.
Everyone welcome. c."ollagYOUNGTER.; STRAWBERRIESPNTS
0.5. No. YELLOW((3-lb. Bag .33' U.S. No. 1 OA. RED SWEET

Carrots 2 BAG 25* Onions 5 BAG 39 Potatoes 4 BAG69*

STARKE U.S. No. 1 RUSSET BAKING,S-Lb. Bog 49 GOLDEN BANTAM FANCY 3 | $1

BUSINESS Potatoes1OBAG19' Apples 4 BAG 69* Corn . 5 EARS 49

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Mams Jewelry came into the nssnssnflrflSrrSSS"."., Smith Try Out nsssrrrrrrrrsgerms
leading Andrews by one
RECREATION NEWSBANTAM game game for second place. The News About At Presbyterian NEW BOOKSAT A fishing recreation license unlimited.means out-The ABDfNn MACHINES Manna -
victory by Andrews puts them door ) or electric. For sale of
In a tie with the two games Colored Citizens Hobble- Smith 'stellar center! THE UBRARY price of two a fishing fishing license plugs, would about< rent. Add subtract eredrt "ai-
LEAGUEIN r remaining. end defensive middle guard for mean ance.- Bradford County TeUvraph. -
FINAL WEEK 18 halftime score and tht game Dale Johns and Charles Gr- ".". the 196849 Bradford High foot. "v". four popping bugs or three boxes .
With the final games to be Eddie was all over but for the time. een got 24 and 21 points respectively RECREATION NEWS ball team, tried out two weeks ADULT NONFICTIONFun of worms or crickets.
played Thursday afternoon, Blalock and Frank Ter- for Andrews Drugs The! Reno Recreation Center ago for the football team atPresbyterian With American Lit-
March 13, Carp's has math- ry contributed 11 and 10 poi- while Donald Sewell hit for will hold Its annual Varsity College. C11ntD.B eratureChurchill; Geoffrey
einaticly won the title In the nts each. Jimmy Cissy led 26, and Allen Akridge had 14 Basketball Tournament Friday &. Chaucer Howard, The Child-
Bantam League. Thursday of K The second with 18.game for the losers. and Saturday March 1415. Smith was accompanied! by ren -- Hartog.. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
last week, Carps downed Koch's of the day Standings: Carps 9-1, Will- Games will be played as fol. BH3 Coach Jack McCaeUU ffho ADULT FICTIONA
50-31 behind the 28- saw Williams Jewelry and An- lams 5-5, Andrews 5-5, Kocha 6TARKJE PHONB 964-6200
Drugs lows: -
drews Drugs battle It out In played football for Presbyterian Certain Slant of Light--
output of Joey Thomas.Carp' Game No. 1. 7:30 Friday\ ,
point a close 19.Schedule : p.m. ,
Like
game, with Andrews Rickett; Any Other Man--
Thursday. March KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
broke to : PHONE 47331711Rental
36e0O -
away a Live Oak Lake Butler. '
vs
looked good
BBS
coming out on top, 4645. WI- 13 3:30: Carp's vs Williams; The grldder Boyle; The Day Of The Scor-
Game No. 2, 9 Friday
p.m. in his try out and QPreabytertan
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ee 4:30, Andrews vs Koch's. plonSctoff; Grass Roots--
OOOeee. SCHEDULE CHAtfGE RJE vs Boys Club. coaches were "interested." :Me. Barry; Send Down A Dove-- Services
+ Saturday, starting at 2:30 klll Smith's eelectlon
FOR CERAMICS . Effective after Thursday, p.m., Falcons vs winners Hawks of will depend upon Us score 'on righi; Maigretln Vichy-SIm- HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHA1RP
1. At 4 vs
Game,
.'. March 13, the evening Ceramic pjn. the College Board examination. enon\; It Happened In Boston?--

. WHEN THERE'S A 0 Classes will e It be held. The winners Consolation: of Game game 2.Saturday at title coach eald. abeeEden Greenan; The Vines Of Yar- :H I'M
The
adult class for Wednesday ; Burning
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. 7:90: p.m. Championship game,
.Q will continue Glass -- Behrman Twilight
mornings on the ;
day night Prayer Meeting.
. I : : same schedule. 9pm.CHURCH. night, Home Missions Journey -- Davies; Use An Andrews
( ( : r: PUNCTURE. LADIES NEWS Thursday JUVENILE FICTION When You Charge
( EXERCISEThe -
Ladles Exercise Class Ebenezer Baptist Church will meet at the .home of Mrs. Mystery In Marrakech--Ca- Account
Sarah Prince. Friday night.
IN THEPOCKETBOOK continues to meet at the Pratt business department met Sat- Prayer Band Meeting at borne vanna; The Loyal Virginian-- Your Prescription Tax Recordsare

: + Street Center each Tuesday urday outline afternoon of forthcoming to \start a events new of Miss Annie Bell Mosley. Saturday Finkel Lost Cliff; The Mystery Of Shir-The Kept For You By Us
Dwelling
: 0 morning, from 9 to 10 a.m. under the new leadership of night the Deaconess reffs; Ever-ReadyEddie-Flay.-- Andrews DrugsFor
No Board will sell from the kitch
fees are charged for this Rev. Davis of Melrose. wood; Long ChristmasSaw-
\ + activity and all ladles are in- Services last Sunday as follows en. Sunday School 9:30.: Morn- yer Fast Delivery Dial 064-7170 :f 1 t1kY
. vited. : Morning service, 11 a.m. Ing Worship tJ 11. Evening ser JUVENILE NONFICTIONDuet
. ANOTHER COURSEIN with Deacon Nosey Hawkins in vice, 6 p.m. Visitors always -- Kyle; The Chemistry
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CONTRACT BRIDGEA charge of devotion. Song serv- welcome. Of Soap -- Stone;
. t new course in Instructional ice by Junior Choir under leadership Pleasant Grove Methodist
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Contract Bridge will begin of Mrs. Ran ll English.An Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson pas-
. Come In and March 18, and will run for 10 inspiring sermon was delivered tor. Church School. 10 a.m.
. + weeks each Tuesday evening by the pastor. Evening Morning Service at 11. Afternoon
c get cash In 7:30 to 9:30: at the Pratt Street Worship at 7 p.m. with Deacon service, .4 p.m.. AU mem-
G Center. John Hudson in charge. Sonar bers are asked to be presentand .
: mInutes. Participants who have been service by Senior Choir on time. /

attending the classes may re- The pastor asked the Ushers Mt. Plsgah AME! Church 1/ .
. enroll along with those people Board and both Choirs to meet Rev George Young pastor Sunday 4F '
m who were unable to join with shim at the churclon School 10 a.m. Morning
,
: the first session. Service at 11. Evening service, t
i March 11 to discuss outlines of '
t f'IIH2't. The first three meetings will forthcoming events. 6:30.: All officers and membersare r 'y'. .y

concentrate on basic fundamen Services for this Sunday: asked to be present and on k ,
. tals. It will be
important for time.
Sunday School 9:45.: Concentration
O those who have very little Service 1045.: BTU will be Greater Allen Chapel AME
knowledge of bridge, to attend organized in the near future. Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson
. the first classes. pastor. Sunday :School, 10 a.m.
Senior Choir rehearsal 10:45.:
Call on us when you need help in repaying The course is open to the BTU will be organized In the Morning Service at 11. At 3 '.h .

: bills. Get cash double-quick. Loons public without charge. near future. Senior Choir re- p.m the Choir Union will be +.ra'
hearsal each Tuesday night before held at Hope Well. AU members -

. mode on your signature, car, furniture. : third Sunday. All membersare and friends are Invited to
asked to cooperate with the
How much does a fishing trip attend.CARD
. $25.00 TO program of the church. Confer- OF THANKSMr.
$600.00 cost? Add the cost of travel.
and Mrs. Ralph Williams,
bait, tackle, boat and motor. ence will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday -
The national Is $4.96per Mrs. Ranch English daughter Cynthia and other
: TOWN FINANCE COMPANY average reporter. members of the Williams family -
: trip. Now consider the $3.00
Greater Free Will Baptist wish to take this means of
resident fishing license. It'sthe
+226 N. Temple Are. Phone 964.7449ireeeeeeeeeeeeeesee smallest Investment and Church, Rev. Jasper Williams thanking each and every one
for all contributions and services
gives more pleasure than any pastor Monday night Ushers
Item in the tackle box. Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3 rendered In our time of
will rehearse. Tuesday night. need. May God: bless each:. of 1
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Wedn.es- youYOII'e

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County. Florida upon recMpt of required to serve a copy of yOUI'writ
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proof of publication of this no ten defenses If any. to It PORATIOJT. a Florida CorpoBntfon. lows: ("omm'ncn At the SE Cor. 4
Ilea thft fictitious name of TrN on Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. Attorney Plaintiff, vs ATJIKKTTYHON Her of \VVt of NWMi Section.' IS, TO: LilSOZIH PERRY CRAZIERPEKRY. address 143 went Call Street flln/ your written Itnltw..r
THERESSABy r Via R Ranch under which I am for Plaintiff xvhono address. JR. and RUTHBtt. TY Township, 8. South. RnnKO JS vnknmvn, AKNB3SA tarko.. Florida fonso to the. or de- .
Complaint
..nageAn titialnMR. at Saxon la. Bradford County Court SON, hln wife, and EllNJSSTDCLL ; Front run North on East line of nddrens "nkn<>wn. the Attorney for :Petitioners herein In the Offloo of the Clerk filed '
Roitd. Hampton. Fla. House Starke Defendants.NOTICB .. font for You are notified that 0-13 U E
Florida and file aid W 4 of :-rW'1 849.3 of the Circuit Court In ,
D-ES- und
Dorothy: Mill Freeman C. Reed Sr.. SaxonMonti. tho original with the Clerk of OF SALE point of b,, lnnlnS', thence eontlnun ..above named Petitioners. B.hl Bradford County, for .
Hamnton. "Any aol* owner.Ttstr this Court on or before April 0, Notice Is Hornby given pursuant North nn "aid' J51."* 11ft"1 SIB FLOWERS and ROSA filed Starlce, Florida before Florida. s"
on. or 14
PLo e 473-45U .* th' r lIth : of F bru.ry > 1969 otherwise a JUdgment ton Flnnl Judgment of :S10.0 trot thence Went aln.o<<>> FLOWI91i9 wife have April 1989. and to .
A. n. 199 at 8t..rke. Brsd- may 1 no entered a ritlnst you for Foreclosure dated March 7th, foot thence Routh parallel. with Vpotltlon' In the above of styled the Iki r'171e Gillett Court Of-Florida, of wmh .answer or dofonxe nerve a copy ...
r ford County Florlea. tho relief denmndvd In the Com paD( a nil entered. In CaMe Number East line :210 feet thence KnstS10 minor chlldlnemed In Ithat Petl rashthudirlal. Circuit In And nii'liard J.Vllson, Pliilntlffn' upon"
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I.n U S-ZO pin Int. 445. of the above entitled Court : foet to point of boBrlnnlnirand to For Dr. lord County Attorney herein, whose addross1n
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCII Witness my hand and the seal wherein. the above' desrrlbenpersons lyln In SR Corner of a. :28.5 eton and you acre command" Civil; Action 5 Ko-utheriHt
:
on First
In that Court *>"-eet,
of said Court at Starke, Brad were parties, that I will aero tract deodnl to Annie JZum.mlnfcn bo And appear show No. Bid Onlnesvlllo. 1I'To.rldo.
Sunday School, 10 a.m.;MornIng Iw ....., Clrcnlt Court Of Bract- ford County Florida tills March null, to the hlKhpnt hldilnr for from Kstate of C. April 3D, 1960.Petition and to should FITA N. McCLUNO. Plaintiff. Iltrivln fall not or a default
Worship 11 a.nut Training lord Conntr. KlwrldaHISUEN 10th. 1969.CIIAHMS oa>h nt the Bradford County Cumminan.CIiAitf.ER: sauna whY granted the ; othorwise. vs W1LJJAM. McciUNO. Da. .will\ h.. .onterad. naralnst, you for-
be fondant.
SEAL In Cltv of not
( ) the
Courthouse. DARBYCtnrk
Union, 6:30 p.m.; Evening Cows; No. STEBDL.EY. also .<1 A. DARBY 0.9 ClerIC Starke, "Florida at 11:00: A.M. Of Tho A.Circuit Court lodgment may be entereaigaMist .dopWTTNE NOTICB TO APPEAR plnlnt.WITNESS the relief' demanded In the Com-
Worship 7:15: ; Wednesday even- known as HKlJiN: SIMMONS.; of Bald Court on tho 27th day of March. 1969.real By: Charles A. Darby Cleric you. granting the TO: ,William\ : J. McQlunar !' my hand.a" Clorkof
ny Beulah 1\(. Moody the following deacrl-biNl I' 3.13 eton. KFI Sklllmun. Now Jersey,
tho
Ing Prayer Service, 7:30 with Plaintiff. MACK E. SIMMONS: Deputy Clerk. propertY situate In Bradford 43 my hand and the 08558 said Circuit Court of
choir practice afterward. Defendant. 3-3 It E ala County, Florida. and describedIn a.t Starke, You are hereby notified thata Bradford. County. Florida, and
NOTICE' OV SUITTO Of Th. BrndlordtlCountyu8th Florida, tblll tho 8. il of said Court at
: MACK: E SIMMONS: said Final Judgment Tract ,In to-wit\veat FtR1TilA J IlrlallC/r'elt of If lor.Id day or IIlarch, 1980.BI awilnst Civil I Action you has by FITA been brought N. Mo.CLUNG. Starko, Florida, nn the 11th day
whose residence .la unknown Tile Circuit Court Of The tof NWtRectl Urodlord Coun- orfnr..I: A.D 1909.
Bible ClubMeetings : 18, Townfhlp In Ana far ( AoL) In the Circuit Court
You are hereby notified thatan Kl"hth Jixllflnl Clrcnlt Of Florida A. DAnBY ; ; : (SEAM:
23 Kastdeeded ty. FI.r..la CIInr.ES Eighth Judlclnl and
of the New Life Annulment and 0 South, Range DvESSIO! I Clreult In "
action I of In And Far Bradford County. Annie Cun."lnIL'Bnow In RIO;: Petition of Clerk Of The Clrcult CovttpopulYglClerle for Bradford C"'HART.ES.A. DATtRT
Bible Club, for the ,studentsIn other relief has been filed Cnne 1\u. 44tt. ( Annie from Thomas) and moro FLOW EnS and ROSA D. DarbyLrisle The natureof the County suit is I Florida.for a. .Clerk of the Clreult Court
grades 1-6, are held each agulnut.you. and you era herebyILrrrwarl.rr DIXIE ACCEPTANCE. particularly described; as tolrrtsa..rrtltararrr FIA\YEIiH: NOTICDleerrrr dlvor"... A VIINCUL.O MATRI.MONII. nv: nnulnh M. Moody
Deputy Clerk
Sanders .
S. You are hereby sum.
afternoon after schoolIn
Monday
,
i mm mm mm mm mm mm avs aw-- monad ordered: and required to> 3-13 U 1-3
the mobile"Children's Chap. -
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el" at Hope Baptist Church. 1 i ---------------------
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Get Well Terry WishesTo Dewitt, who at this I LEAN MEATY' FRESH i i I

writing is a patient at Alachua I I

General Personals Hospital In Gainesville. I We sell I only I I I ,

Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packi< FOOD
ham, Jr., of Salt Springs spent,i i, I II

Saturday with Rev. and hire PORK USDA I I
I BUTTS II
Merle Packham. On Saturday j I|

morning Rev. Packham Merle j I I i1 I II

Jr. and Bill Phillips enjoyeda I
_
golf game. I II : I
ChOlceL:
The George Payne, Malcolm ; I FAIR

Adams, Joe Hagen, and Jimmy I I I ---- I
Johnson families, Mr. and Mrs.

Tom Grant, and Rev. and Mrs. II I
Merle Packham enjoyed a fish I beef steaks i

supper Friday evening at the I I
Payne's cabin on Paradise I 1 I

Lake.Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli- I II and roasts. I I

van Jr. and Rusty visited her :
parents Mr. and Mrs. Mar- I SUPERMARKETS I

Sunday.Mr.shall Strickland. at Florahome SAVE 14l LB i i I II I

and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler I I 1 II

of Gainesville visited Mr. and 1 I FOOD. FAIR I
Mrs. Jesse Lee Friday night II
While here Mr. Zeigler atten- I. I I QUMJTYU Merch ants I

ded the graduation of the Peace LB I 1 S DEPT OF .cGRiCIJURE u FREE TOO! I

Officer School at which he I I I I ORrN RTAMPS ,
was an instructor, at Raiford GRADEDU.S.
I
Friday evening. Mr. Zeigler I I I

will again serve as an instru- I
I I
ctor at another session of the I CHOICE 1
school which will begin in about I I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY II

two weeks. I I THRU WEDNESDAY MARCH 19.

Lt W. E. Dampier left Thurs- I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED II
day evening for the Florida I I II

National Guard convention at II

Orlando. On Saturday, David

Griffls and Woody Mason took

Mrs. Dampier to Orlando where U.S.CHOICE LEAN FRESH FYNE-TASTE AZALEA AIL MIAT
she and Lt Dampier attendedthe

military ball Saturday evening CALIFORNIASTEAK GROUNDBEEF 'BIGS'FRANKS
Lt,and Mrs. Dampier visit SLICED

ed friends, Mr. and Mrs. Don t

Sams, and family at Merritt BACON
Island Sunday before returning
home Sunday afternoon. USDA rooo raix
rooo rrrx


!Itrniirord..The Cvsjntx No..Couatr; : JadceM, Florida.Coarf.' Of 1mPrubnte CHOICE rs:rlioicl u.s.crisici" 5 *1.99 -49


rn He: Estate of LOUIS
IiOL 1CER, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
rruUltors of tliu estate Of
LOUISE HOOKER, decea.ed1
are hereby notified and required
to file any claim or demand 12oz TO 16oz ,
which they may have against;,
sold estate In the office of the PREPARED FOODS BY
County Judge of Bradford) FRESH PORKSAUSAGE MIAMI
County. Florida. In the Court. ALASKASHRIMP
houee at Stark. Florida with.In :\ / GRIINDIU.STUFFED lAOr TO COOK
six culendar months from the .
date of the first publication of PEPPERS, o. ,
this notice Each: clnlm or demand A V
must bo In writing and SLICED IEEF,
a
must state the place of residence SMALL BREAKFAST LINKS : ; OR CHICKEN COD, PERCH, WHITING
and pout office address
of the claimant and must be CKCIATORI FLOUNDER OR HALIBUT
worn to by the claimant. Ma ""'
agent! or hit attorney or It will
beuuinw void aui-orillnff to law. -
Elverla Mocker DeVoe 1.2912 89 79
Kl/VERIA ROCKER DeVOB.Kifculrlt !. *
: of the Estate of LOU-
isu 1IOCKKU deceased.
Hide:' S. Sanders
KI.2IE. SANDERS-
142 West Call Street
Starke. Florida
Attorney for Executor
First Publication: March IS, OAK HILL YELLOW

1969. 3.13 "' : FREESTONEPEACHES MUSHROOM OR
1st Tile Crash Jndsre'i Court Of I /
Bradford Conaty.; Florida. la CAT SPAGHETTI
Probate Sfo. FOODS 1 1 I INSTAHT
In RE: Bstat of IX3UISBHOCKER.
Deceased.NOTIOII ASSORTED MEAT AND DINNERS
I I OK PHOTJATR
To All Persons Interested In FISH VARIETIES POTATOES
Tho Estate Of Suld Decedent: 29oz CANS
You Aro hcrohv". notified that a 3 LBCAN HAtVIl IN I 19ozPKGS ASST
.
to written!.<. tllf Last Inxtrumpnt Will Of purporting IX5UISBIFOCKER. MIAVT1TIU* 6.501 7/I I 16.5ox Box 3/l
deceased, hns beenadmlttwl CANS I
to probate In this PICO BOXES
Court. You are nerobv commanded
Ithln six: calendar month
from the dote of the, first publication
of 1M notice to appear
In this Court and xhnw cause If
any yon can. why the action of 1 I
thin. Court In admitting said !
Will to probate should not stand FOLGERS
unrevohed.TH12RON fFesh

Countv ford County:Judge A.. YAWN Florida.In..and tor Bra4. 1 CHEER : FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS !

By Anneta Andrews, Clerk
'Rlcle: S. Sunders 1
KL.ZTE: : S. SANDERS: t ,,. OFFEE
14! Wen Call Street
tarke., Florida' ,
Attorney for i"xeontot'
1 neg. I DETERGENT i !
First I Publication: March<< 19.
3-13 ft 4-3

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I'I
'ft'l'rf:1'' OF !'II"''ifF.* Ot .. I
PKHSO'VSI: AI'PE.lRINO 'ro I
BB' OW.-VRIt: AIIAMJO.NUD: : I

Pursuant PltOPBIlTY to!: Section 13 of I 1 BOXLIMIT1 I
Chapter .' CAN I
l'nUtied' 'N1orIJaoDlupoetttontof< / I
Unclaimed Property Act." notice 1 f 1
Is} ,hereby given that the Persona W I 1
below appear to be the 1 I
owners of unclaimed personal or -- L8

abandoned.orlAllp Intanirlblo< rt003 properly Altport. Walter presumed R. I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER ; WITH 5.OO OR MORE ORDER j II

Wilma A. : 8-0101. I I
0003 Colson. )Ir.. Merry E. or
W. 3.; g-OIUt-0008 Evans Oat
field 6ub-Dlntrlct
; J-0101-OOOJ:
Mra Larle. Deborah Lynn by Lerls, BANQUET FROZENPIES BUY 1 & GET 1
P.Ltrlcla Irlll, N..w 1Inga JIFOAM
I..y Deach, Camp 8landing. CUT OR DICEDROSEDALEby
Florida : 11-0101.0007 Parker, .Jr. FREE ,
J. p, 8.010J.0001 Scrusas Car.mlchael .
Ac Lowery payee. Dobs, OVEN
J.M- payor: 8-0101-0004 Smith
JftIe"'l n. by Smith Mrs. Mary FRUEND'S

Information concerning;
amount or description of the CLEANER8oz Libby'sHEW
Properly and the name and ad.
dress of the holder may be ob Box CUBED
tained by any persons possessing 6/I !
an Interest in, the property by' PKGS '
addrcstlnw< an Inquiry to Kred AEROSOL 16oi CAN STUFFINGMIX
O. Dickinson Jr., State Comp
troller as Administrator. Abandoned r
Property Division. Capitol,
Tallahassee Florida. Be sure to 10oIT'S >
mention account number, name
and address, as published In this -
notice. Unless proof of owner. r : ; 1
ship Is presented to the holder REDEEM THIS COUPON! w
by May 13 1989. the propertywill NORMAl. BBY, MATOHOi f THE BAG"CMANT

.. be delivered to the Admin; ,.., : ALL PURPOSE
tstrator. Thereafter all further : 1O off .p
24os
claims must be directed/ to the SUAVEHAIR I : SUCED ., u i EATINGAPPLES
Administrator. I PUUMAN WHITE .
FRED O. DICKINSON. JR. OUR REGULAR LOW

Aa Administrator 3-8 it :311WOTICH SPRAY I PRICES.lOoi JAR I a e ,

I CHASE & I II
> "II' tJCTBftTIWWTO I

!It AMIS REGISTER! FICTITIOUS 13or I SANBORN I II
Notice In, hereby given that 49E 1
the undersigned of Chapter, under 20.953 the Law pro.visions CAN I INSTANT COFFEE I II 4/99

ef Florida. Acts of 141. will re. I I00 *Nl Of lOOt rue 1 IITIIII ITOIII.
_later with the rierk of the Clr- CailFON llHtll' Malta. Hid. l"4f .I
cult Court. In and for Bradford; tale raw IMtl I'.
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,, : Council Hears




f P KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE i $800,000 ApartmentComplex



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Ceysfone HilitesBy ProposedProposal


I I JIM for construction of cil meeting. rence Boulevard.In .
FOX his firm
Pleane an $800.000 apartment complexin Mike Adams representing giving assurance
Phone In Your local regulations -
I- Items 473-414& Keystone Heights, and other Hunter Adams architects would comply with all

new Items on the agenda took asked the council to consider and sanitation code.

precedence over the controversial for'approval a 40 to 60 unit, Adams said he will meet with 'i
JUNIOR AND SENIOR at an unannounced time. a engineer next Thursday to 5,
Sportsmen's Club airport two story apartment project, an ?
CLUBS PLAN SHOW "mock disaster" would be staged ward completion of plans for" 4"
lease, expected to be the key proposed for the present site of
The Senior and Junior Worn at Green Cove Springs In facilities adequate to
sanitation
issue at Tuesday night's Coun White Feather Court on Law-
--
an's Clubs will sponsor a Spring which 30 t() 40 people would be serve the apartment development -
Fashion and Talent Show at the Involved as "casualties." He with no possibility of

clubhouse Friday, March 21, at asked for volunteers to man the seepage to Little Lake Key- Sen. Mathews
8 p.m. emergency (hospital and also Keystone Developer G. E. Wiggins stone.

Leila's dre9s stoop, of Starke requested that the operatingcrew / Adam4 said the apartments To At
will arrange the style program,, of the Keystone Heights PARENTS RECEIVE SON'S MEDALS would be of quality constructionand Speak
Tickets may be obtained from Ambulance Service assist In the Ma). Davis Presents Medals to Mr. and Mrs. Cooper design similar to units
members of either club or at project. Anyone volunteeringfor Dies At 86; Services Held Sat. completed in Fort Lauderdale. Co-op MeetingState
this
the door. Admission. will be $1 exercise should report and intended to attract upper

plus tax for adults and 50 cents Immediately to Jones. Posthumous Honor Edward Wiggins 86, pointed In 1956 when the hospital middle class occupancy. Senate President John
children under 12. The resignation! of Fireman George Everett Fox:
for a prominentpart was still in the planning Council chairman Mathews, of Jacksonville, will
Ward Bessett who has played
will be for the benefit was accepted
Proceeds and committee of In civic affairs and the stage. On Oct. I 1. 1968 he resigned told Adams "We'll take a long be the main speaker at the
of the scholarship funCi. a composed development of Keystone Heights due to ill health. In look at it" in referenca to being annual meeting of Clay Electric
the
BRIDGE president, chief, and secretary
DUPLICATE For Keystone ManArmy for more than three decades 1967 he was honored by the certain of sufficient sanita Cooperative at Keystone
was named to
The] Duplicate Bridge Club screen applicants I
died Thursday, March Clay County Chamber of Commerce Heights on March :2f.
for ,
admission to inactive
sponsored by the Keystone status. 6, in Clay Memorial Hospitalat for his many years of tion.Mayor O. Raymond starnes The program will get under

Heights Woman's Club meets Cpl. Gary R. Cooper of Keystone Heights who was kill- Green Cove Springs. He devoted service to the economic said. that an attractive qualityconstructed way at 9 a.m., with luncheon
each Monday night at 7:30: 1ithe HERE N' THERE health and industrial growth of proposed served at to the several
had in declining building as noon
ed in action In Vietnam last Nov. 8, was honored in ceremonies been
All enthusiasts Black-
clubhouse. bridge Mr. and Mrs. George
County.A asset to thousand members and visitors
Clay welcome
time. would-be a
for ,
conducted at the ROTC the of some
at
Army headquarters University
invited to attend. well and children of Churchvllle. -
are the
Mr. Wiggins was born in long-time member of the city, but it Is of great Importance expected to attend this event.
Last week's winners: 1st Pa., were guests' this weekof Florida. Brunswick, Ga..on May 1, 1882. Community Church of Keystone that "our foremost Entertainment will be providedby
place with 27 points, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc- During the ceremonies, which took place Thursday, Cpl. the Son of the late Manlgualt Heights, Mr. Wiggins also held natural attraction for permanent the Florida Boys Quartet.

Mrs. Hardy; 2nd place with 22. Glave and family. Mr. Black- Cooper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Cooper were A. and Ellen Turbeville wig- membership in the Rotary Club, residents and visitors. The business session, scheduled -
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles: well is Mrs. McGlave's brother. presented the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service the Masonic Lodge of Green Keystone area lakes be after lunch, will include

3rd with 19, Louis Kyle and Al Huntley Redfearn. Sr.. Ray (posthumously), the Purple Heart Medal Good Conduct Medal gins.Mr.. Wiggins came to Floridain Cove Springs, the Scottish Rite, the considered in.any new building the election of three trustees.
Bachmann: 4th with 17, Mrs. FarrIs and Fremont Tolles received Combat Infantryman Badge National Defense Service Medal, 1902 from South Carolina Morocco Temple Shrine the The only candidates thus far
Lowry and Mrs. Paley gift! certificates at the Order of Scotland, and operation. the Incumbents Claude
Ann Vietnam Service Medal and Vietnam Campaign Ribbon. and opened a hardware storein Royal Adams a former Keystone are ,
Boyd. Azalea Tournament held In Pa The medals were presented by Maj. Carl J. Davis of the U. S. Green Cove Springs.He 32nd degree Masons further assurance Brandon of Dist. 4;T. L.Drake,
resident
JR. WOMAN'S CLUB latka over the weekend. Ten Army ROTC Detachment at the UF. later started a telephone Mr. Wiggins is survived by gave of sufficient sanItation )ist. 2; and Drew H. Dukes,
"Fight or Flight" will be the players participated in the five daughters Mrs. Edith Wilson that design Dist. 6. They were nominated
there selling out to
A citation the Bronze Star Medal said it exchange for the proposed
accompanying was facilities
at the Junior tournament Keystone Mrs. Dan
program topic from Southern Bell in 1912. of Lake City; at district meetings held ear-
in
Woman's Club meeting at 8 Heights.Mr. presented to Cpl. Cooper "for distinguishing himself by outstan- He to Heights Davenport, Greer, S. C.; Mrs. project occupies top priority
p.m. Thursday. March 13. when and Mrs.:: Paul Walrath. ding meritorious service in connection with ground operations In came 1923 with Keystone a contractto Allen Headley Pensacola; Mrs. the thoughts of architects lier.Nominations for the trustee

the Drug Administration office of Rochester Mills. Pa., are against a hostile force in the Republic of Vietnam during the cOnstruct the Keystone Inn Samuel McCord. Rochester. N. builders and backers. be posts may be made from the

Gainesville will present a pro house guests of Mrs. Ray Law- period May 1968 to November 1968. during the.period of the town's Y.; and Mrs. William B. Good- Completed plans will for floor however.

gram on drug abuse. rence and Mr. and Mrs. Harold "Through his untiring efforts and professional ability, he consistently development. He dealt exten- loe, Staunton Va.; 11 grand- brought before the council
Following the program. plans Lawrence, this week. Mr. obtained outstanding results." sively in real estate and wasa children, and four great-grand- consideration at the next regular -

will be coordinated for the upcoming Walrath Is the brother of Mrs. The citation said that "the energetic application of his extensive co-owner of the Lawrence children. meeting on April 8. Hardenbergh
fashion show. All members Lawrence Sr.Keystoners. knowledge has materially contributed to the efforts of Development Co. Funeral services were held A motion for the city of Key-

are asked to attend. :! were grieved to the United States mission to the Republic of Vietnam to assist In 1935 he moved to Key- at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Com. stone to underwrite purchase of Hew President
ROTARY CLUB learn that one of their early stone Heights to make his per- munity Church of Keystone Heights !- a new fire department pumper
that in ridding Itself of the Communist threat to Its
country
with Dr. Albert C. Holt approved. The
Alachua County Commissioner settlers:! Mr. O. E. (Ed) Wiggins manent home. During this period was unanimously
Jack Durrance discussed the passed away at the Green freedom. he operated a small power officiating.! Interment was In 750 gallon capacity pumper to Keystone Bank

"old time" viewpoints of, politics Cove Springs Hospital on plant-- the town's first-- Hickory Grove Cemetery at be purchased for approximately

and the effect of such viewson Thursday evening. Mr. Wiggins Funeral Services and established waterworks Green Cove Springs with De- $25,000 will replace the present N. Watson Hardenbergh was
American communities at will be remembered for the Clay OfficialsAsk which he still operated at the Win. C. Jones Funeral Homein 500 gallon capacity vehicle. By elected president of the Keystone -

the Friday luncheon meeting of many benefits he rendered and For Mr. HeimanAt time of his death. The power charge arrangements. Ma- underwriting the purchase the State Bank at a meetingof

the Keystone Rotary Club. This the many area improvement For PayIncreases plant was the forerunnerof sonic rites were administeredat city will hold title to the pump the Board of Directors at 10
was contrasted with the new projects that he instigated. Our Gadara BaptistErnest the present Clay Electric the grave. er. Charles McGlave of the Volunteer a.m. Monday. He succeeds the

political viewpoints, with special sympathy Is offered to the family. 45 of Key. Cooperative, with headquartersIn Active pallbearers are T.J. Fire Department said late O. E. Wiggins who had
Heiman, ,
emphasis on communities in U. Gainesville Keystone Heights.Mr. Hawes, N., W. Hardenbergh, E. the department will put about been president of the bank
this area. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Watts. atone Heights died in a Wiggins was one of the T. Martin John Kenneth Bradley $10,000 down on the new pumper since its opening in 1952 until

The speaker was Introducedby Jr.. of Buffalo N. Y., recently Clay county's legislative hospital Saturday morn organizers of the Keystone State Myron Prevatt, and Jen- adding that there would be his death last week.
Mr. heard several requests ing >March 8, following a.. short Bank and elected its first Murrhee. balance
Jim Wharton program visited Mrs. Watts' parents delegation was alga no risk to the city on the Mr. Hardenberg came to the
chaIrman. who said that Dur and Mrs. Henry Schuber of for pay riases from Illness. president, serving in this cap- The family requested that in as the department had always bank in 1952 as cashier. He was
rance was a former FBI agent. Clover Lane. While here Mary county officials during the recent -' Mr. Helman operated a sheet acity until his death. lieu of flowers, friends who been able to make its later promoted to vice president -

and at one time a professor at and Stephen spent a day atJacksonvlUe's legislative hearing in metal shop at Keystone' Heights. Mr. Wiggins was a former wished to do so may contribute payments from department ( in which capacity he served -
the University of Florida. Timaquana Golf Green Cove Springs. Born in Kansas City, Kansas chairman of the Clay County to a memorial fund of funds. until his promotion to pre
PTA MEETING Course where Pro Dave Phllo. County Judge Thomas J. Rivers April 11, 1923, he was a.. veteran Hospital Board, having been apness -- the Community Church. Airport committee chairman sident.

Detective Witt. of the Gainesville Assistant-Pro Bobby Duval and speaking in "In behalf of of World War II having servedIn Roy WatkIns reported consul Other promotions announced

Police Department will Stephen had a reunion on the all the courthouse constitutional the Navy.Surviving tation and on-the-slte inspectionof the directors meeting
raise of Mrs. Jessie Chasteen Imogene Ritenberg, County Following
the last Mrs.
said widow
originally officers, Is his ,
a on drug course.' All three golfers airpark timberland with representatives were: E. T. Martin,
present program Monday
HowardTucker
when most of the and both Mr. and Mrs. Horns Extension Agent in lo&sof
In 1965 Heiman of Key-
of hall from Schenectady, N. was Florence E. Wilson,
Florida
abuse at the regular meeting $8 have been ill for some her daughter. of the vice president: Edith
the Keystone Heights PTA in Y. and are old friends. officials were boosted from etone Heights: three daughters: time. Forest Service and Hudson vice president: Josephine Reed

the school cafetorlum Thursday, 500 to $9,500 per year.r Mrs. Ruth Ann Baughman of DAY OF PRAYER to determine president and cashier;
"However'Judge' .. Rivers, Home Circle meetings will be Pulp Company vice
March 20, at 8 p.m. !Mrs. 'Jim 5Peterson and children business of the El Paso, Texas." .Miss! Linda Kay held on March: 17 as follows: Women' ct the Keystone best suited areas to be cut for Cecil Harper vice president:
"the
Chris and Julie were said, Heiman and 'Mrs. Rose. Vostl- cash-
LIONS CLUB has Increased substlntially" Meeting at 1:30: p.m. will be Heights Community Church pulpwood and replanted Including Edna Christmas assistant
The Keystone Heights Lions weekend guests of Col. and county as Clay County had increased nak both of Keystone Heights; Mrs. S. E. Kennedy's Circle at were hosts to area churches the tract west of SR 100 ier. Judge C. I. Tolles of Melrose -

will sponsor a Variety Show at Mrs. Richard Dorff of MaIt- In population from just six sons: Joseph S. Jaslnskl of the home of Mrs. John Bird; for the World Day of Prayer and on the southwest corner was elected chairman of

the Woman's Club Fridayand land. under 20,000 in 1960 to about plymouth. :Indiana; Rickey, Mrs. David Nelson's Circle. at. .observance with three churches along the highway: also the the board.
Saturday March 28-29, SOCIAL CLUBHOUSETO 30,000 at the present time. James. Ernest, Robert and Thomas the home of Mrs. Madeline taking part in the proi1'anUI't: area across the road by the Mrs. Reed has also been with

starting at 8 p.m. The program BE CONSTRUCTED Rivers explained that some Heiman. all of Keystone Blakeley on Half Moon Lake; der auspices of the International cypress pond.Councilman. the bank since Its opening In

will feature local professionaland William Baker director of the' officials, such as himself and Heights: his mother; Mrs. Mary Mrs. Walter Grollck's Circle at Committee of Church Women James Cook suggested 1952. starting as teller, and subsequently -

amateur talent. Postmasters Retirement Village the Clerk of the Court received Heiman of Kansas City Kansas; home of Mrs. R. A. Gaunt; Mrs. United. I the possibility of includIng serving as assistant
sale by members sisters: Mrs. Bessie J. Har- The Call to Prayer was led cashier, and now vice
Tickets are on in Lake Geneva, announced extra compensation from two William Beam Sr. Circle with the Florida Power rlght- f. cashier,
of the club or may be this week that constructionof fees, but that all fees have been relson of Juna Vista! Calif and; :Mrs. Ruth Ohlson. Morning by Mrs. Barry Wyman. chairman way strip which would other- president and cashier.

purchased at the door: adults. a social clubhouse for residents !- climated under the new Florida 'Mrs. Betty Lee Blvona. of San Circle meets at 9:30: at home of and was followed: by a wise be cut later for clearingfor

$1.50: children under 12. $1. of the village' Is scheduledto constitution. Diego Calif.Services Mrs. Gertrude Stephens. Nightingales four-part program presented by the continuation of Florida.

FIRE DEPARTMENTChief begin within the next two When asked by the legislative were from Gadara. Mrs. C. Wallenius the various churches. Power & Light lines from Pa
Ed Bennett reported 13 weeks. delegation for a recommen- Baptist Church, Tuesday, March chaliman: meet at 7:45: p.m. at World Day of Prayer was established latka to Starke. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

fire calls during February at dation as to salary, Rivers 11, with Rev. teaman. Ward home of Mrs. Howard Tucker. in 1807 and is observed Fox agreed with Cook that

the regular meeting of the Volunteer Baker said that If all goes said he could not speak for the officiating. Burial was In Gad Rebeccas, Mrs. Myron PrevattSr. today in 127 nations. Four- Watkins should be given the go

Fire Department on well the bulldiny: should bo other, "... but for myself, I ara Cemetery under direction chairman meet at 8 p.m. teen missions colleges and ahead to have suitable timber
March 4. Eight ambulance calls completed by the middle of would recommend a salary of of DeWitt C. Jones !Funeral at home of Mrs. Janet Haynoron programs are supported through marked and cut, for airpark:
were reported during the same July. $15,000." Home of Keystone Heights. Half Moon Lake. this annual program. revenue.
Sen. J. H. Williams, of Mrs. Wyman concluded witha
period. The Fellowship of Community WatkIns told council that new\
Director E. L. said that he had a sal- short talk on universal worshipping -
Civil Defense GARDEN CLUB TO MEET Ocala, Churches Area Meeting will runway numbers more visibleto DIRECTORYRABY'S)
Jones stated that March 15. schedule of 17 representative and prayer, and then
on AT ST. WILLIAMSThe ary NEWS NOTES be held In Orange City on Incoming pilots, are neededat
counties under study now invited the group to Join in a
10. Coffee hour at 10
March
Garden Club of the the airport. Runway approaches -
and added that he felt consti- fellowship period with refreshments
DRAGLINE WORK Lakes will meet at 10 a.m. By Helen Egan am. Mrs. Roy Turknett plansto have been scraped and AUTOSERVICE
tutional officers! should be paidon in the educational building
BULLDOZINGEARTH Thursday. !March 20. in St. William's and drive and welcomes any cleared.
the basis of the job .
in at-
MOVING : Hall Keystone Heights.A church women interested Watkins said the steel aircraft
the individual rather than ac COMMUNITY: CHURCH PERSONALSDue
demonstration of flower arranging theboard. Church Worn tending to contact her. In hangar at University of Florida Complete Auto Repairs
ros s- Members of the William Beam Sr.. to the time element
CALL will be given by Mrs. "To make the, record correct en's organization attending the :Mrs. of the nominating publication of these notes both. campus. previously considered Air Conditioning Repairs
Durwood chairman
Big Chief HeavyConstruction asked Foshee to Sr. Members ," he explained that a sch- regular monthly meeting gave committee. presented the following Mrs.. Clarence Slpe and Mrs. to be purchased and &: Automatic Transmission
are bring conditioned edule for Clay County showedthe almost unanimous support to for the 1969-70 Aughtry Vance have returned moved to Keystone Airpark. Service
plant material and containersto clerk's total at $10, by names- out of reach financially. -
Inc. pay recommendations presented Women's organization: home from nursing homes In had been
make an arrangement. 448; the judge at $10,973; and the membership. Mrs. F. I. Stephens Church Turknett: Gainesville.The Aero Club president Nolin PHONE 473-4404
Mrs. Roy
Palatka 325-7476 Sandwiches will also be broucrht. others at $9,500, except for Missionary Chairman, President 1st Vice President (Program Community feels a great Woodburn added that the hangar Little Lake Bedford

the sheriff at $10,000, and the presented color slides of the Chairman). Mrs. Walter Gro- loss in the passing of G. E. had been purchased by an-

school superintendent at $16 Piney Woods School In MarshaU lick; 2nd Vice President (Mis- (Ed) Wiggins who pioneered In other group for $3.000. BUILDING MATERIAL

000. Town. Mi.ss.. which Is supported sionary Chairman), Mrs. Barry building this area. Members of The existing airport hangarContinued HARDWARE
Sen. Williams said that the by the Church Women. the Community Church recall _
Mrs. Don )
Wyman; Secretary, ( On Next Page
delegation would have to study Mrs. Bert ChrLstoHers gave Wallace; Treasurer. Mrs. M. R. when the old sanctuary was being BROOKLYN

local salaries In comparison the devotional, basing her talk The slate will bf presented torn down, that Mr ..Wig-
to other counties and take action Bowen. (Dh\\r 1i HOUSELumber
on the organization of the for membership votingat glue told of his making the SUPPLY
on that basis. Church: Women when she was the April meeting. Nominations forms and the white bricks. that DIRECTORY ", Plywood > Builder's

the L.1I. Lancaster County,Commission chairman of the first president and Dr. Neal. may be made from the surrounded the window frames. Hardware Roofing Shectrock

sail! Clay the board "endorses 100% Sr.. father of Rev. James Neal floor. but the candidate should. One of these bricks has been Panellnc Paints Insulation

a population act that would causecomsnission'3rs' Sr., of Faith Presbyterian t I contacted and agree to preserved in his memory. Community BAPTIST Tools Electrical & Plumbing
Church. was pastor. Church Women have
salaries to be The president, Mrs. Roy Turk- serve. of the First Church. Keystone: : Sunday Supplies.
uniform around the state." On EASTERN STAR been most appreciative Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
Al Bach- School 945 am. WorshIp,,
introduced Mrs. church
the
nett. final chapter meeting of fine contributions to
the basis of The
Clay County's population .
11 a.m.. 7:30: Training Un
who ;re-read the propos- made his late wife. p.m.
mann. the 1968-69 term of officers was work by
this schedule would raise
and By-laws. don 6:30: p.m. Nursery open,, CONCRETE PRODUCTS"
ed Constitution held on March 4, with a courtesy Ruby and Mr. Wiggins towardthe
__ to $5,000 cOlY'.l annually.ssioners from $2,400 When put to a vote, they were for out-going officers, annual new sanctuary. He will be all services. Be.,. Lawrenofl

School Superintendent Jesse almost unanimously approved, reports, balloting on new greatly missed. in our community Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC FORCONCRETE: PRODUCTS
with only two dissenting votes. and planning for the life.
lynes, now receiving $16,000 members.
annually, asked that the school The new document went into open installation of new elected Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridgesand St. IWilllajn'a, Keystone: Baa- CALL OR SEEEdward's

board be empowered to set effect as of March 3. 1969. and appointive officers on daughter, Marilyn. were day Mass 9 a.m. WednesdayMass Building
We regret to report the 111- Tem called to Stuckey. S. C. by the
his salary. He said that a March 15 at the Masonic and Novena, 7 P.m. Supply Inc.
ple. Families, members of chapter unexpected death last Thursdayof ,

general law set his salary at lodges and friends are in- Mrs. Bridges'. mother.MELROSE. COMMUNITY CHURCH 726 8. MAIN 372-4844

$250 "the ( .some- vited. Sunday School 9:40: ,am.Morning Gainesville, Florida
10,000 same as
Safer To rart Errs-s r rr S rs Sr
What Place Could Be of my classroom teachers" The upcoming Grand Chapterof Worship, 11. Youth :Fellowship

Keep Valuables Than A Bank? REWARDFor but a special act had allowed Florida meets the week; of (all teenagers) 7 p.m.. NURSERY
his salary Increase. April 7 in St. Petersburg Reservations Pascal Carr director. Holy Com

Our BankAt He said that School Board should be made munion, let Sunday each quar ).C. Carnes Nursery

information lead- members, who receive $200 soon through. the chapter sec B, Joyce Rowe Wednesday Prayer Service
our bank there is a safety deposit box In ing to the apprehension per month, are not asking fora retary Mrs. Beatrice Schroe- 7:30: p.m. Rev. Leon p. Mil- Nursery Stock
assured that the state ass- Worthy Patron rrss r rsJrrsr rn rrssta. Plants Fruit Trees Evergreens -
Rest outgoing
a size to fit.your needs. .your and conviction of raise, although der or nero pastor.EPISCOPAL.
0 valuables are completely safe when' you leave themin arrest ociation of school board members Hector Ownsby. Frank Rowe of Tulsa. Okla. Landscape Plants ft Con.liners.
the person responsiblefor has recommended an in- The first meeting of the new his and daugh- .
vault. Is visiting son
our modern services too. Servicesto starting the grass crease. year will be held at 8 p.m. ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Virile St. Anne's: Holy Communion CAMELLIAS A AZALEAS
We have many other Consult and woods fire on the Small Claims Court Judge March 18.UOMEMAKERS. Rowe and family. 8 a.m. each Sunday. tat Sunday R.100, Florahome 59-2165
suit and your whole family. us James Norton asked that the CLUB Holy Communion. 8 and Landscaping
you west side of Paradise Mrs. F F. GaInes of Fernan- ajn. Let V. Do Tour
'soon on all your banking needs. Lake southeastern part jurisdiction of his court be Increased The Keystone Club regrets dina Beach. spent the weekendwith 9:30): *jn. 2nd. 3rd, and 4th Sundays -

of Bradford County, from $500 to at least that no one was able to enjoythe her son-in-law and daugh- ,(Morning Prayer. 9:30: a.m. USED CARSHanki
$800, saying'tha t anything above Tour to Green Cove Evening
Spring ter Rev. and Mrs. Bill Poppell. Prayer. Sunday, 7 p.m.Holy .
during the morning of the current limit places the Springs due to the Inability of the Days announced. Will-
and family. Also spending
Wednesday, I Feb. 26, case in the more expensive transporta- Used Cars
KEYSTONE STATE BANK having sufficient weekend with the Poppells were lam I. Jones. :Vicar.
1969. MAILINFORMATION circuit court. tion. The regular club meeting their eon Chip. and a frIend BIG CASH DISCOUNT
Fla. NQrton also asked for $2,400 will be held at 10 a.m.. March live In LUTHERAN
Heights Beard. The boys TERMSBUY
Keystone Duncan
F.D.I.C. ,
Member : TO: annual salary rather than the 19. In Clay Electric hall. Mrs. Jacksonville and attend Jacksonville Divine ;Worship 11 a.m. Sun

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly P. O. Drawer A present fee system and requested Emily leon attended the Leader Episcopal High School.Mr. day. Holy Communion 2nd Sun SELL TRADB

Community." Starke Fla. an Increase from $1, Training. Meeting and will present and Mrs. Calvin Johns of day. Services each Sunday at RT. 1, BOX tO
800 to $2,400 a year for his the program. St. Anne's! Episcopal Church. Hwy. 100. 9 MUe S. SMite
clerk. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Continued On Next Page] William Wise. Vicar. .

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DUPLICATE BRIDGE ammo press. report by Mrs. Pearl Young Goodwill Bags
Winners. last week ot the Mel- wentto who Iff with the Community Ac...

rose Duplicate Bridge Club 'The Juniors With and, the Senders Wind" at tion Group of Johnson. She ha To Be Distributed Them
of theSPORTSMAN ; W. Hardy and see "Gone Income You Requested
were: Mrs. C. In Palatka been working with low
Mrs. P. T. Hague 1st place: the Plaza Theater families in the Johnson area. to By Boy ScoutsBoy
; i and Mrs. J. Wednesday.Mr. themselves.
li0" Mrs. Roland Bryan World Literature help them help
\ r P. Vose. 2nd: Mrs. B. A. Allen William's They have been learning to Scouts will distribute
"Romeo
tty MIKE CHITTY and Mrs. J. W. Foster 3rd Class is going In to Palatka.see soon.HOMEMAKER'S .sew, and now are going to trya Goodwill bags In Starke on Sat- pi. Augustine -

Phone 475-2171 place; Mr;. Paley Boyd and and Juliet" CLUB canning project oo they cancan urday March 15, carrying on

Mrs. John Strawn, 4th place. of the HomemakersClub fruits and vegetables to a community; project that was 2 bedroom front living room, custom Bassett

- SCHOOL NEWS Members They decid- supplement their diet. started six years ago. furniture. Spanish Decor flowing: waterfall in
Students from Melrose Ele- met Tecently. need additional The Scouts will deliver 150
they
How ya doing fellows? Having Kht 10 bass tne largest weighing mentary and Interlachen Juno ed to begin making plans for However funds to, purchase needed bags to homes in the community living room. See it to believe it.

any luck In spite of this 111/4 Ibs. Red Walker and par :ior-Senior. High Schools have their bazaar to be held next and asked the Com- ; and will return the follow-

fouled up weather lost of folks ty; who are staying at one of been taking field trips.. fall. It was felt !df work was be- mittee supplies for, a contribution. The ing Saturday, March 22, to pick | VogueThe -

are still reporting good catches. the Griffin cabins, have been Both sixth grade classes at gun early, they could have a presented Mrs. up filled bags.

According to Roy Griffin of catching bass on purple wormsIn Melrose went to the Universityof more successful bazaar. Committee with a check. Mrs. Beulah Scarbro super- house of tomorrow! Here today. Old world

Griffin's Lodge, the specs the grass. They caught 6 Florida Tuesday to attend a They also discussed the possibility Young also donated some visor of the Goodwill retail out- craftsmanship with modern day convenience.

should be biting good a few Monday 8 Tuesday, and again concert. of obtaining a. baby sitter They to Mrs. Maude WatkinS let In Starke, suggested that We say this is the finest on the market. Come
before and after the 17th, meetings to enable money
days Wednesday. Finlayson took Ms during pins for students bags be filled with clothing
James
which Is new moon. So all you Shipman's camp reports a fifth grade to Gainesville Wed- :young mothers to attend. to purchase Melrose some Elementary small household items and old give us your opinion.
at
spec fishermen better get your good week until the weather nesday where they toured the The Club meets the fourth jewlery. Donated shoes shouldbe

poles rigged up, find the beds, messed up again. Mr.and Mrs. of Florida. Thursday of each month in the School. tied together in some man- /
University WOMAN'S CLUB Diplomat/ -
and have ball... Building. (
a Demonstration
Jack Leahey 35 Home
got and
specs Thursday both 4th grade Woman's Club held a
My grandfather,Hubert Chltty; Paul Burnett got 38 specs and classes went to St. Augustine to ACTION COMMITTEECarey The meeting last Week and ner.Contents of the bags are takento Hamilton created the-big house. 24 wide 3

of Starke,and Uncle Alfred Hudson bream the last off the dock. visit the Old Fort. Unfortunately Perrell, Putnam County business discussed plans for an additionon Goodwill Industries head- bedroom. 11-2 bath walk-in closet. Utility
of Gainesville wentoutSunday Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thorntongot closed for the School Superintendent, was Building quarters in Jacksonville wherQ Deluxe
the Fort was The with washer' and dryer.
building.
evening and caught 6 regular the : room equiped
spec
40 nice ones, while Donald guest speaker at the they are repaired and recon-
and 2 bass off the beds in San Mc Cracken got 30. There day. so they toured had a museum picnic monthly meeting of the Melrose 'Committee reported on projects raise ,dldoned by handicapped work- furniture throughout.
also a to
ta Fe. Norman Hamilton and were several good catches from there. They Action Committee. they were planning ers for sale In the organiza

daughter, of Gainesville, cau- 35 to 50 by people from Jacksonville at Anastasia State Park.Mrs.They Bill He explained the need for,the funds. One was a dinner for i tion's retail outlets. NOW OPEN TILL
by
accompanied ARE
WE
ght quite a few bream off our were bond election that will be held April 28.Mrs. Residents of the communityare ;

dock Sunday afternoon.GrUnn's Hear that Don Page of Starke Singleton their, Mrs.teachers Diane Miss Tlson.Kay In Putnam County. More construction Godley gave Leadership a report Development on- asked to support Good Turn 10:00 P.M. EACH EVENING

Lodge reported a caught a 17-pound black bass and Ls necessary to meet a workshop on Day and help the Scouts per-
pretty good week, despite the measuring 37 Inches. Haven'thad Bennett and Mrs Charlene the needs of the county. Under she attended in In- form a worthwhile service for
Us!
weather. Monday, Roy guided Whetford. law all elementary verness in January. handicapped Individuals. Come Visit With
him Federal ,
a chance to talk with
Jerry Redmond and they caught Friday was the big day for Members also talked about
so don't have all the details. and the Special schools must offer ]kindergarten with his musical -
first grades
9 bass, the largest weighing the be provlslo'D&for helping Jack Janes
Hope the weather will clearup there must
rode the
Class. They
9 pounds, 8 ounces. Tuesday, in time for Education handicapped children,. exceptional career.
the
specs to Jacksonville. and visited POULTRY INDUSTRY
they were out again and caught bus to
and -
vocational
come back on the beds for child classes
4 bass, the largest weighing the the Jacksonville Zoo. Besides existing Members of the Library MEETING SETA
new Until Using
training.
6 pounds. Roy guided Mr.Zell- see you moon out fishing.next week... viewing all the animals, they facilities will create. acrowdedcondition. Board announced they are plan- meeting to organize a
ner on Wednesday and they cau- also rode on the train and enJoyed ning a silver tea to be held poultry industry association

a picnic lunch. Several He also. pointed out that'property during National Library Week. representing Bradford and sur- .MOBil HOMF

mothers accompanied them on ,taxes will not be as high It will be April 14 from 3 to 5 rounding counties will bj held

Apartment ed.In the trip. have been even with p.m. at the Library. The Wom- at 7:30: p.m. Monday, March 17,
the council: as they
other action The Journalism Class of In- Library. OF JACKSONVILLE
Under the an's Club sponsors the in the agriculture building atth.e
assist the bond Increase.
Complex Proposed the annual
-Approved visited the Palatka
terlachen meeting
there is a Hostesses for the Fairgrounds, according to
Constitution,
ance payment to Clay County Dally News In Palatka. They limit new to how much propertycan were Mrs. Ester King Mrs. announcement by County Agent. 6545 NORMANDY BOULEVARD

From[ Preceedina Page] Library, Keystone Branch. viewed the working of the be taxed. Faye Dull. Mrs Wilma Carson, a. T. Hugging.
-Approved a :request for and presented witha
press, were also listened to a and Mrs. Florence Janes.
Is being checked for possibilityof controlled burning with assistance copy of the paper fresh off The group

repair by contractor Fred of the fire department of

Dodd at Watkins' request. Watkins debris in the gully .behlnd Clay

also has asked architect Electric Co-op, which would CARL BEGGS

Don Morgan to look Into possible permit city use-of the gully. ,a
Gulf Service
In -Heard Safety Committee a.D-
construction
; new hangar : I :
an effort to decide whether repairs Chairman Joy Baker report that V USED PARTS

or a new building is feas Clay Electric has assisted the fon Price. for Wrecked ..Cars2t
city In removing a large tree Hcur Wrecker Service

ible.Morgan said he had consulted that had been damaged 'by Fuel Oil
-
--
the city park.MELROSE.
from
pilots regarding their preferences lightning, I
of aircraft stor- New Innersp..: I PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaner re- Used Cars -
In types igs
I r' j I George E. LaRue Hwy 301 N. Waldo
age and found them not Inclined CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs ccrd.tior.cd: : $15 up. 1O different I 468-1999
NEW AND USED I I ISALESPARTSSERVICE
to favor T-hangars, which : Drop Us A Card or Call :sme brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCY
previously been considereda Up to 15 word. __.__ 1.25 Parts & excellent repairs all
had Auto Fire Homeowners
PALATKA EA 5-9166 -
possibility. (Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells maV':a. Watson's House ol MOBILE HOME: 12 wide 3

MRS. PEGGY Vacuums 712 N, Main GainesLIFE &: ACCIDENT bedroom fully furnished mod
estimated an A-frame By Joyce Rowe StLER Water Softeners & Filters ,
Morgan
Each word over 15 __ .07 209 E. AdXIn ern furniture. Would you believe
Butler building could be installed Expert Service On I ville 3767110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692
of $85
Furniture $375 down, payments per
Repaired
of $l5,-
at minimum cost Extra charge If not
a > All Makes
& Refinished DIx: YOU KNOW lt'3 easy to month, Including/ complete set
000. or $3 per square foot. fora Frori[ Preceeding Page] paid In advance ___. .35 Upholstered REBUILT Plumbing Service own a Longehamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage up. Bonanza (Mobile Homes,
MATTRESSES
5,000 square feet building. Starke and Mr. and (Mrs. Wen- Phone 964-7061 Better null for F .,rMa Uv- parents age over 21. Starting Gainesville, phone 372-4288.
Adding doors would bring the dell Grover and two children, Memorial, Resolutions Starke, Agent DURRANCE PUMP ins Your planr or ours pay $295 month, promotion opportunities 2t chg 3-'l3
approximately $5 per HASTINGS MATTRESS
cost to Sunday Vniir lot or ours. Contact: Bu- and regular Increases -
Starke spent
of
also
foot for a completed 7 cent per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. HELP WANTED Male. No
square with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dann. fo-d Mitchell phone C64BS33. In pay. 8 hour day! 9:I

building. There were two two birthday 710 Lemon St. PalatkaMARY \ : POBox 238 Ptarke. day week .sick leave, vacations experience necessary. Regular
Watkins. in concluding the last week.Mi3.s CARDS OF THANKS I INSURANCE I' tfa state retirement. If Interested work, 5 day week. Mutual Lumber -
committee report said parties :5 I miles South of Starke
Co..
airport Cheryl Poppell. daughter __ AT REDUCED RATES please apply In person Personnel
BO word or te.a S.CO I
the required liability InsuranceIn of Rev. and Mrs. Bill Pop. ( AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Cen on 301. 4tchg 37

connection with airpark lease pill, celebrated her 8th birthday Each word over BO __ .07 DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'SSUN ter. Gainesville, Fla.An .
CoM Trumpet
FOR SALE -
hunt club, ,
,specifications for the INSURANCE AGENCY employ
with a party at her home SPORTS equal opportunity used 6 months. Phone 984-6779
obtained and a special
had been : ichr
er.
meeting would :be called to Thursday.The and! OFFICIAL CARTRPAINTS MOORR BOAT !'OR' after 6 p.m. tfchg
girls played games INSPECTION STATION I
settle the lease \Issue.. refreshments. HELP WANTED: Need two laYOUR: MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT POODLE female, true Apricot.
enjoyed
Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M
Mayor Starnes displayed a Those attending Included, Except Saturday 8-12 Noon dies part time or full time. You Ptarka Ph. 064-5791 AGENCY I Registered trade for T. V.,

map of streets outlined by Clay Mary Ann Singleton! Robin can make $10 and up a day. No SPECIAL For AH Your j furniture or what. Also Poodle
County Commissioner O. J. HILL'S GARAGE experience: neCe6 ary. Must have
Dougherty, Mary Ellen Duncan, with back-to Insurance NeedsSpecializing grooming. Phone 964-6638.
Murrhee Sr. to be recommended Ann Finlayson, Lisa Bass. Cry- Keystone Heights use of car. Prone 7522650. Write Used 14 Cutter excellent in 2tehg 3-20

for paving at state cost. stal Pace, Susan Sapp and Leslie Telephone 473-4485 102 K. Hn.-\vnlev St. Una Do'Jberly, Box 3001 E. Duback I seats, top.
Through Murrhee'a efforts, the Smith. val Columbia Motel Lake :.roller & 43 liP Electric Start. Mobile Home Insurance FOR SALE-60 Gas Brooders;
I
Keystone paving has been Miss Mary Ellen Duncan, Fla. 4tp CltY'j Mercury, battery & box. Only Ph. Starke 964-6818 1,000 capacity, used four times.:

brought up higher on the coun- daughter, of Mr. and Mrs Leon THE KEY TO NEW $815.00 Also Super A Farman Tractor

ty's priority list for secondary: Duncan, celebrated her eighth Gracious Living B A I RD' WrlnlfCrWuhfor sale. Call 496-2151 or 496-
1 WANTED: Used Lake Butler. 2tp 3.13
road projects.
birthday Friday. Town Home
Clerk Virgle Homer re- Mobile Homes FOR RENT 3 bedroom house er. Will pay cash or take In
City Those attending Included: DoItYoiirselfSEAMLESS I
ported city balance on hand as Robin Dougherty, Mary Ann APARTMENTS unfurnished. Conveniently Doer trade on anything. DAHMER'S EUNICE NURSERY
.. NEW and USED tfohg Tomato egg plant It pepperFamished
964-6841. /
trd. Call U chg
-
time deposit 964-7923.
$7,536.21, with $4,000 Singleton, Cheryl Poppell. Lisa Sell or Rest 8-10-12' Wide I p 1.Petunia, ,salvla coleua
bal-
account. Airport fund Bass, Nancy McGill. 1 StereoConsole Lay-Away WILL BUY: Used Appliances, it verbena plants, Geraniums.

ance on hand Is $828.29, with They also played games and or Unfurnished Good Quality I UNCLAIMED: beautiful 1 Stereo- Furniture, TV's, Stereos, Blueberry plants pear tree it
$3,000 time deposit.It enjoyed refreshments Reasonably Priced Combination' 2 months any-I miles N.
I Radio ; thing of value.. Ornamental shrubs. 2
was voted to have the city The Melrose Volunteer Fire Buford Mitchell FLOORINGWE I Gainesville 378-2785 old. fully automatic.! Balance I' Lawtey on 301. turn at sign.

clerk transfer $3,000 from the Department is still collecting $6 Phone Serviced Guaranteed and $68. or $9 monthly payments MOBILE HOME: 90-<1ay old Phone 782-3465. tfohg

regular bank account to a time dues from residents for fire M4-M53 I4447M Delivered In Starke Area Must place In your area. Call unit pay sales tax insurance.

deposit account, for Interest. protection In this area. If you I Credit Manager COLLECT,, Move in. 12-48 Queen-Aire. 2 FOR RENT -Furnished. apartment
Councilman James Cook reported haven't paid send your moneyto MAKE i NO EXTRA COST Jacksonville 3531946. ANY- bedrooms. Pay $66.31 per on 704 N. Lake St. Phone

that the new police Col. Ralph Stevens or dropit FOR RENT TVbaby TS 441 N. 4502 NW 13th TIME. Will deliver, no obllgaton. month. Bonanza Mobile Homes, 964-937. tfchg
cruiser radio had been InstallMATHEWS off at Chlapplnl's Service beds elec. guitars, amplifiers Galre..vllle 378-2705 Gainesville phone 3724286.
Stchg 3-21
Station. refrigerators: day or week.: DA- KEYS I : : 2tohg 3-13 WANTED: Live-In housekeeper

I r::*::*::*::::*::::*::::*:::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;: Don't forget that the Melrose HMER'S. 964.7923. tf-chg I for elderly lady. Room and

SEWING MACHINES TREE TRIMMING, yard cleanIng board plus small weekly salary.
Is
1I Elementary School PTA
I :ii TRAILER LOTS Largest selections from which i
; sponsoring three plant sales RANCHER.9. and office cleaning.. Phone Contact 4733008. Itp
''
choose. Pfaff. Neechl., Nelco, ,
Saturday. They will be held at LAKE ACCESS MEN WANTED Laundry 9645043. Itp
Well Drilling | New Home, & Universal. FOR SALE: 8 Duroc pigs 3
I post offices in Melrose. Flora- worker. Kltcher. aids laborers -
i $15 Down $15 Month watchREPAIR ALL MAKES. FOR SALE Mlcartaplastlccounter months old. Call 964- 69S afterLake
home, and Putnam Hall. Time cottage parents Good
Dealer
material.
Largest Boot top weekends. W. L.
5: or
'g;:: Melruse Fla. :::: of the sale will be 9 am. So 11 Lots $2500; Up man cooks and clerks ground- National Sewing selection of patterns and wood- Carter p.m. Jr. ltp

:g::: Phone 475.5101Myers ;gI :;: you need some plants, drop on Investment Properties- keeper truck driver. Five Machine Co. in TONY LAMA grains-35c per foot. Size up

:i;; Pumps |;; by.It S. E. McKAY day week eight hour day. JUSTIN NACONA to 60" x 144". George Ricks, FOR SALE Motel In BradfordRealtorAppraiser
; seems there was a mix-up CUte retirement, vacations 611 W. University- Ave. 378-13.5: ACME and others. 301 North. Phone 9645184. County. 12 units, living/ area,
g SERVICE ;3; last week In the time for the 1 sick leave. If Interested, please Gainesville 4tp 3-27 10 acres, 360 ft. front. No information

:8::: and REPAIRS :S::: Booster Club Banquet. The time Keystone fits .473-4816- apply in person Personnel Hard To Fit? by phone. Call Ral-

::j:::>::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::*::::::J:1.::::::::::::::::: will be 8 p.m. Instead of 9. Manager Sunland Train- SALE 1968 Sport Craft Let "Custom Fit" FOR ALL TYPES rooting and ford 431-1278 for appointment.
Fla.FOR us call 964-
ins Center. Qiinesvllle. your roofing repairs, 4tp 4-3
o INCOME TAX SERVICE An equal opportunity employB3t and: Trailer with 1964- and make a pair I for 7079. 4tp 3-20
Short Forms $5 and up. Town ere t 16i: h.l>. Mercury motor !In good MUST SACRIFICE E. Laura -

Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. tfchg running! condition.: Call 964-5047. i you. REWARD l' return of black St. 2 bedrooms. concrete

BEER-toast to America's economyThe Starke. tfchg 3tp 3-13 4821 N. W. 6th St. and brown female Dachshund. block. Low down payment, balance

SEVERAL (;Gainesville 376-4595 Last seen on E. Call St., Feb. $50 per month.
CY> USED Add
of No. 900 Re'lrement Special
brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part WANTED Handy man. Apply Ing; Machines rOD sale elec 5 25. Call Mrs. Kitchens 964-7500 BILL POWELL, Broker

the national economy. Each year it pours billions of in person To-Rena Motel tfchg/ tries; subtraction credit bal! I Frame bungalow Newly painted.rooms bedor 964-69 23 after 5:30 p.m. 964-'i464
3
bath, porch FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2tchB 3-20
dollars into commerce and government. _Cletned.ance.. Bradford County Telegraph lot. Just 6000. D. LSilcox.
SEWING MACHINE Nice fenced room house Contact t Mrs. FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
,
oiled and adjusted in your tf No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres 331 Clark l St. tfche YOUNG WOMAN for light house, and 1 small unfurnished
$1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes.
home, 93.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs close In Rustic ,home Mod housework. Afternoons part 1 bedroom house.

$3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributors. also. All work guaranteed. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE ern kitchen -pecans and fruit.'GNS.. all_ kinds. Metal' or tame: Must be clean dependPhone 964.5724 after :5 and

$990 million in agricultural products and packaging Dennis E. Co grins. Phone 431- ready for occupancy :S bed- $35.500.. Terms rdhoard The Telegraph able. No transportation. Good weekends, tfchg

materials.The 1428. tfchg room 2 bath. Located Just Strout Baker STARKE 301 Nursery Living/ pay. Apply between 4:30: and house
FOR SALE 2 Bedroom ,
outside of city limits In Reg. plants for; lasting pleasure. Azalea 5:30: p.m. Mrs.. Gibson. 1031 W.

brewing industry is a proud contributor to America's Plnebreeze. y monthly 2117 N. Temple Ave roses camellas. Citrus on Madison (Route 100 West) nice neighborhood. Electric
achamps Starke.: Fla. 2tohg 3-20 Range Refiig. and Gas heater.
ilver Brown terms. Lo Const Co. Trifoliate root tfchg/
prosperity. tfchg
964-5801.
e-- Contact St foldtc I .'.U, Ph. 964-6609 Phone
FOR SALE-7 acres of land on
pone 984-0833. P. O. Bos ), FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished
grooming
WE'RE NEW. Poodle Hlway 225 (Bayless Hlway
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. iIJ' 238 Starke. UchJt supplies soon Registered Poodle SALES LADIES Ronald Andrews phone 473- house. Large family

POBOX 273. WINTER PARt FLORIDA 37289 pupa, $65 up. Phone 964-6632 4911. Keystone. Uctts room fenced In yard, circulating
Nine Acres Land Starke. 4tchg/ 3-13 heater. $75 per month. 610

Volkswagen One mile of City Limits, near CASHIERS FOR SALE-Horse with saddle Plnewood: Drive. Phone 964-7706.

paved road. Priced less than and bridle make offer. Call Don Page. tfohg

New: II Used $3.000. 78-3724 after 5 p.m.PAINTING .
v Sales Service A. J. Thomas, Realtor FOR SALE Quilt scraps, all
Telephone OO -S701'I Photo t CopiersAt STOCK MEN & Repair work done. colors Bradford Pillow Co.

1 Ml. North of TH MallGAINESVILLE 'I Very reasonable free estimates. Phone 964-6636. Itchg

tiie" Contact Clyde Hunter, Phone
SINGER AUTOMATIC SALESMEN 2tp 3-13 BRICK HOUSE for aae. "better
Lawtey.
11 CONSOLE MODEL 782-3594. than new." 3 bedrooms, 2 baths

SEWING MACHINE, must place 1 FOR LEASE Store building or carpeted, built-in range. Nice

REDUCE: Safe and fast with In! yaur area. A-1 shape. ZlgZags The Telegraph Full or part time. No experience warehouse. Plenty of room In size lot. $1.250.00 equity; assume

GoBese tablets E-Vap "water makes button hole., fancy Necessary, Immediate back for unloading.. Fall 964- payments of $87 month. Total
\ designs, sews on button, ap- Opening. Apply 2tp 3-13: price $13.339.00. Phone 964-
7625.
Andrews Drug.
( ;t ill pllto. plaques, monograms etc. Sold 6885. Itp
d lot pd 3-27 L
t.JI new for over $300. MUST SAC MINIATURE Dachshund AKC 8 EAGLKARMYNAVY BEAUTIFUL Dressing/ tables "

POSTED SIGNS: Treated to RIFICE. Just pay balance $62 months old. Good with children : STORE new chintz skirts $25. Rebuilt FURNITURE Refinishing/ .

I withstand weather- 20e each (or assume $8 monthly payments ; $75 414 Washington St. 312 W. Madison St.. ,.Starke.FOR" Fairbanks Morse pump $M. bolstering/ cabinet work, antiques

$2.25 doz. Special price on larger Call Credit Manager COLLECT, Starke. Up Cast Iron enamel large elnk restored to their original

1 quantities. Bradford County Jacksonville 353.1946 ANYTIME. ': $12.50 apartment range, beauty. Call C. E. Jackson 1313Madison
: gas
oblliatlon.FOR SALE-: Vista! gas range design St.. Starke. Phone 964-
U Will deliver no (
Telegraph SALE-One Beagle hound $50. Garden CUI'n1&ureJ'ape/
old. 4 burner,
\ Stdig 3 27 like new. 1 yr. perfect 5370. v4tp 4-3
broiler on one Red Bone It Black Tan )I. 25 fine eMirs
FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse top and bottom oven
Box
Rt. I,
desks.
Red It Walkcondition,
; 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen FOR SALE Magr.uu Electric:: bottom $250 cash or beat offer. Hound one Bone Phone 533- MOBILE HOME for sale. For
Cord Organ coat $129.95. Sale for sale. Phone 431- er. Phone 782-3901 or 361. Kbigstey Lake. 94-6553. UpVOICE
tral heat It air- ndlUoninJ. Cor- Also plants 7823784.Itp ,1tdac information call

ner lot. Phoo 964-W; tfchg. $75 cash Phone 431-1000. Itp 1000, R&iford. 1& 2381.

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