Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 11, 1985
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Council No InterestIn

Midway at the county fair was jammed l Friday night which set a Opposes

record for attendance in one day, estimated! at 15,000. DrainageIs

Fair officials estimte attendance at the four-day event increased

dbqut 10 per cent over last year, up to 55000. A steady stream of Stay-Put

spectators entered and left the fair Friday night.

Phys Ed ProgramIn MeasureA h ProblemRains

"stay put" bill which would A dmlnage authority is a

.u'fect expansion of the Starke t yi good idea but people are
electric system is being opposedby }
not interested enough to
the City; Council, but appar-
ently without the help of Rep. make the effort to form

For EvaluationA Eugene Shaw. one, members of the Coun-
"Shaw said he wou'dn't be able! HurtingBerries ty Commission decided
to help us," Utilities Su:,>t. Oscar Monday afternoon.
Davis told the Council Tues-

thorough, study of the phyelcal Calvary Baptist Church of d ly night. i Nonetheless, Commissioner
vehicles furnished: by industry Davis said the Florida Muni- JM. (Buck) Norman says he
education. and athletics! !for 'the final haul trips. Fairfield was the only bidder cipal Utilities Association, of will pursue the idea at least to
program in Bradford COunty Or a 25-75 bas's with the for the 198 auditorium seats which the City; of Starke is a the extent of asking the commis-
Schools, from (kindergarten state department cf education from Brooker school and th9 member, Is opposing the bill Hopes for a profitable straw- sion to call a meeting to see
through. twelfth: grade, will the Board agreed 't:) let bids $400 bid: was accepted by the in Tallahassee lie put the Council ; berry season dimmed In the wake If the public Is Interested In
soon be underway Superintendent for a large freezer at $4.000; board. The board also! authorized on notice that some members of another wet weekend which forming such an authority; The
Tom Casey told the making a $1.000 obligation on use of Starke Elementary. may be called on to travel to added 1.69 inches of rain to the County; Commission can take the
Bradford County School Board. the county.' The large freezeris School for Head Start for this the Capitol to fight the bill, .,J .ti sodJuu! soil of Bradford County.; lead in getting the public to
Tuesday morning particularly needej:! : to taka summer approved 12 delegates HB-3321 introduced by Rep. Ted Initiate action on drainage, but
Evaluat.on: of Interscholastic advantage of commodities! from Bradford County to attend Alvarez, Duval County, as it ;4 Drenched by the 55 Inches of has no authority; Itself to forma
sports event, physical, education 'When and as they are avsdl- the FEA convention in goes through the committee pro- rain that have: fallen here dur- drainage authority; County;
glasses: changes to Intramural eble. usually in large amounts Miami, April 23-24: appointed cess. ing the six-month period ;since Judge Theron Yawn told tile board
events educational: It was said. Roger Kelly SFJC student, Chairman Jim-ny McRae instructed last August strawberry plantsare again Monday.
objectives In all the grades. bus driver for the Santa Fa the city; clerk to prepare falling to produce at the After spending the major por-
will' be under scrutiny in sessions Jr. College bus to replace Ed- a resolution stating the ; eegM .. _J t, F Jit expected level.In an average year tion of Monday morning hearing
with coaches, parents die Stancil. UP student whose city opposes the bill and to notify R growers harvest about 1,000tlats complaints about high water, the
faculty and administration. classes now conflict! with the State Sen. Bob Saunders, per acre, but production won't Commission noted it has Insufficient
"Athletics Is a big program ManslaughterCase Gainesville and Rep. Ralph reach that figure this season. equipment and money to
facility- wise personnel- wise Job.Six DCT students will attend Tyre Lake City, of the fact. provide drainage relief on the
and financially" he sail.:!' "We' Dropped the state CECF leadership con- Supt. Davis said the city; has Quality; has also suffer because scale it is needed:! In the countynow.
want to review and see if we're ference in Clearwater, April the support of both Saunders and of the rains with a depressing .
doing what we should 'be doing In AccidentCharges 16-19 with Mr. Clercuzlo and Tyre in opposing the bill. effect on prices. Improved Speaking "stricktly as a pri-
educationally." Mr. Costello: William C. Cllett The stay put bill would, according qjallty; was: reported here vate citizen, Yawn told the Com-
At Tue 'ay's Board meeting, has res'gned at Bradford Mid- to the city; officials,prohibit TuesdJiy. howovar\ !and the mission:
of manslaughter were the city; from extending the auction $2.97 "We just now begin to see
Paul Kutchlns, BUS vo-ag instructor dle School to accept an administrative average on was
outlined landscaping dismissed Friday against Bobby post In Alachu its electric lines if the council per flat, as compared with $2.25 the magnitude of the problem
Lee Green, 46-year-old Cler- should enlarge the corpor- and $2,56 last week created by all this water." He
!plans the Junior and senior! and Sharyn Segal was
mont Negro Involved in a Feb. County ate limits. Under the bill, the has ridden over the county; to
chapters of FFAi have for the 27 wreck in which Sandra Rosa- named to replace him. Linda city; could; not place power lines Miss!
old courthouse building, now mond Haas, 18-year-old Brad- (OoDtinued. on Page. .Four. ) (Continued on Page Pour) I 1970!) Sirsiwherry, l Queen Volmo through the auction said. Nothing will help to solve
'the school board The continued with 1,860 Hats
property. light,
ford High senior, was killed. --'-''-'--- ---- r drainage problems of the size the
board enthusiastically! approved The Haas girl was killed when sold during the period April county now has until one of two
the volunteer project for removal the car she was driving on US-301 2-7. Berries ware also being things happens, the attorneycitizen -
of trees relocating near the 301 Drive-In Theatrewas K.H. Wins Title marketed through the co-op and said:
shrubbery and annual plantings struck In the rear by a Beauty by independent buyers, but fig- I 1)) "The Man Upstairs sees
and agreed to have the car driven by Green. Green still ures were not available Wed- fit to turn off some of the wa
old restroom building: bull- faces a charge of driving too nesday. ter."
dozed to encourage further fast for conditions.An 2)) "The people wake up and
beoudflcation of the site. orderbyCountyJudgeTheron ; The 55.23: inches of rain that establish a county-wide; drain-
The original' front entrance A. Yawn dismissing the case have fallen In the county; since age authority.; "
facing Call St., probably hadnt after the preliminary hearing Of Strawberry Queen last September 1 are mo: than Such an authority; does not have
been used for 20 :years, according last Friday states In part: double the 21.37 Inch 50-year to be county-wide; but can be
to what he'd :lieard1. "Evidence does not supporta average for the same period. formed by the residents of any
Mr. Hutching said, and the finding of probable cause for given area, he noted. The Com-
proposed project for :beautifying holding the defendant for the "She doesn't go In for that mission does not have power to
the grounds would! let offense charged In the affida sort of thing very much," said create a drainage authority; he
Bradford County people! see vit." Mrs. Richard Lovora, the obvIously 7i. l,. ?MntthctvsArfm ( said, but the people must form
what the building itself looked Asst. State Attorney Gene Whit- very pleased mother ;; such a body on their own.
like long-since hidden:! by the worth recommended at the hear- of 20-year-old Keystone To be successful, the people
trees and shrubs. ing that the court enter a findingof Heights beauty: who has just .k' <>tI/ 1 o Head must have the initiative to establish -

B'ds are to be called for on no probable cause. been named the 1970 Strawberry a drainage board, then
Whitworth said that after an must be willing to assess them-
Queen at the 20th annual
30.800 of 100 per cent federal ; Hoard
funds in cosmetology, automotive Investigation, and a conferencewith Bradford County Fair and w. Housing selves taxes to pay for the workto
witnesses the facts he found FesUval. rag be done.' : Yawn also noted a
'mechanics, radio Si
did not support the charge of drainage board has the powerof
A' striking blond! whose poiao
and : dif
TV data processing commercial -
manslaughter. Judge Yawn then eminent domain and can condemn
E. L. "Oenc" Matthews editor -
vehicle projects. In and voice captivated! the capoacity
Issued the order the for
dismissing audience! Elaine Lovorn ,, and publisher of the Bradford property; drainage
cosmetology, automotive mechanics .A
complaint. other than road), which the CommIssion -
and radix tt TV 'the is a senior: in the Universityof Ccumy Telegraph has
Green was represented at the yr.. ,. cannot.
funds for repair materials Florida College cf Elementary been nominate; :! by the County
hearing by Attorney James L. A group from the town of I Hampton
and test equipment. in Tomlinson of Gainesville. Education who plans to Commission to head the new told how the recent eight Inch
the data processing project, Green pleaded not guilty; last teach the third or fourth, low-rent housing authority being rainfall made water flow down
a 16-20 used computer for approximately plea day to the charge of driv- gra dc.:: ,J. formed. the main street. The board, upon
] $20.000. will be ing too fast for conditions and the citizens' request, visited
used in conjunction 'with! machines that case has been placed on She has gone straight through e tn Other members named: to Hampton Monday afternoon to
already on hand. the trial docket. :Tollcge: summers and all, but 'r'r the propose: board are Ed- view a small lake still formedon
For the commercial vehiclecla The accident occurred 1.8 miles says she wouldn't do It again. 4. ri wards Saxon. Paul\ TomlInson.C. the property; of Lynn Hall,
s, $5.000 is estimated as jouth of Starke on U -301 as Miss "Summers should be spentat C. Anderson and Lester: C. Hamer Lott, and Maurice Wil-
needed:! (at a greatly reduced Haas and two companions Mary the beach!" says the new .i-; t1i i' i Humphries.All liams. The lake stand now
p-lce) for thre "tractors' ," used 5ue Underbill and Donna Sue Strawberry Queen who stands ... where the families had their
Advisory off'clals! In Industry Lamb, both 17, of Starke, were 5 feet 6 and measures 362530. "' must\ be confirmed by spring gardens planted.
recommend the county purchase driving north in a 1965 Mustang She also holds! the Utl3: of .. r Gov. Claude Kirk. Hall Mott, Gene Hall, and Mrs.
some rigs of their own, after leaving the drive-in thea- Mis!. Florida; Rural Electric- Margaret Hall appeared before,
and also continue to use new tre.With etion. r.a.t : ; Matthews and::! Saxon were the Commission to request re-
Miss Haas driving, the nominated for four lief. After visiting the site the
..................... girls were about 100 yards from of Mary Keystone Ann Hlghtsvas:Barton, 17, chos-also --. 'Y'! v terms Tom!'nsan: for threa year Commission: promised; : vo du what
'r. the drive-In entrance when their it can but commissioners told
m first She Is a years, Anderson:: two years,
en runner-up.
: .! : car struck from behind the residents it is doubtful If
? was bya
Theresa Ann Clem Elaine Lovorn and Ann Barton and
. ( r terrier at Paxlon< High School. Queen Mary Humphries one year.
1966 Pontiac driven by Green. the "lake" problem can be
.. .. Miss Haas was deadonarrivalat Her talent included a three after crowning Friday night Miss Clem was! second runner-up and Matthews has been a propon solved.

. the Bradford County; Hospital. phase entertainment of song Miss Marlon first runner-up. ent of public housing. Plans were made to dig out

.. .. Miss Lamb was treated for minor and dance piano selection, (Continued on Page Tour)
. Injuries and released. Both of and fiery twirling routine. was second runner-up. Sh3 the crowd during the day at during its four-ilav run Wed. The proposed members of "
. .. Miss Underhill's jaws were bro Pretty Theresa Ann Clem was a bis! favorite' of the packed 15000. nesday through Saturday: Eleven the housing authority and the
.. (She down (drier ken and she recovered in the 17-year-oll: Bradford High house who watched:: the It is estimated! that over W-) hunl1n'jt'! a chlc:<:s:>> resolution passed: : by the Commission H.C.Wall
. .. Gainesville Medical Center. Senior who lives in Starke contest Friday night In the: 000 persons vlaltai: the fair dinner list: We:''iday' span> "or- creating! the! authority
.. Join The Fun! livestock arena at the: fair- ed by the Rotary Club at the will be forwarded to Gov.
. .. grounds. She is a petite 5-3 Road Switch annual R'jnxl-Uiban Day. Kirk. Gets City'sInsurance
: Special High School Bids Totaling $387 AcceptedFor blond who demonstrated her Thflusaids: : flle-l past: to see
PTA MEETING : Mil in making a varied ward Pulled On BoardA America: Pnmcla Ann EldrcJof : Creation of a law-rent housing -
: Old Courthouse FurnishingsBids robe.Eleven Birmingham, ;Michigan, last authority has been:! under
. beauties from Brad- Lake Bedford resident l Wednesday.: way since last year when it
: H.C. Wall Agency the
9 won Cityof
: Thursday, April totaling $387.63 on 19 ing that were considered to be ford. Baker. Clay and Union pulled a switch on the County Attendance for the country- was first proposed by Commissioner : Starke's Insurance businessfor ;
.. Roast Beef Supper : Items of surplus furniture from fixed to the building. That actIon Counties sought the strawberry Commission! W. L. (Bill) western day! Saturday was Dave ShufDrd, then the 1970-71 by under bidding
: Served 7 to 8 P.M. the old courthouse were acceptedby was taken at the request of queen title. help In JOG!) by Umphenour wants h.g: road good despite a daylong rain. :board chairman.: The board Charley E. Johns Agency $2,933
the County; Commission at the Bradford School Board. Miss Linda Thomas: of Jack- fixed so he oan get! home in Hundreds of persons were has employed Architect Frank: last Friday.
: 75 Cents :. its Monday meeting.One In other action Monday the sonville. They were Olive Ann >dry weather: turned away from the beauty George, who planned the new Wall Agency's total bid, sub-

_- Special Program bid rejected was a $2 Commission: Buby Starke; Linda Doss, Umphenour who lives! on, pageant FrlJay:! n'eht.'! Spectators ) county courthouse and agriculture mitted by George Roberts\ waa
: bid for the old safe in the office -Authorized Mrs. Betty Bennett Glen St. Mary; Cynthia the west aide of Little Lake entering, the fair gate3 building to prepare the $22,614. The Agency bid
: BHS Band of the late county clerk Charles secretary i>1 cnarge' of the patrick Orange Park; Sheila! Bedford, said the road to his came In a steady stream. A county's applications: for suchan 25552. The bids covered all
: And Drill Team : Darby. Only bidder on that item commodity; food program to at- :Henley Starke; Patsy Holmes home is fine now. The wet second line had t to bs: formedat : authority. George has designed city; Insurance accord ng to
. .. was from contractor George tend a workshop in Tallahassee J Starke: JoAnn Salter: Hampton weather! has packed:! the road the gate to allow people: to :! housing units: for Clerk Merrill Edwards, includ
_ l.Ibc --7 r Ricks who said he didn'tmindnot April 15-17. Funds for the school I ; and Pam Ricks, Starke. down, he says. exit. For over tW) hours Friday other: counties. ing workman's compensation,
: Community : getting the heavy safe becausenow have been budgeted, said CD Apparently drawn by the But when it gets dry again, night there was a stead general liability; fire and theft,
he doesn't have to worry' Director Frank Williams. beauty) pageant and fair ex lie'll] be in trcubls, Umphenoursays. stream of! people both entering Ccunty Attorney Theron and :toiler mao'ilnery..:: (
: tai'e 1ni" : about removing it from the -Agreed, at Williams request, Jto ]hibts: Friday attendance:! at The read becomes so and leaving the fair, termedby Yawn was Instructed on Johns wrote the city's; Insur-
building.The pay the Fair Association for he fair broke all tecnrdi according sandy It is all but impassable.The state officials: one of the top! March 9 to proceed with drafting ance for the past three years
: Auauimu How ln.M>.J Ifo j board also rejected bidson about $4,000 of paving done at to Fair Association of'iclals. !- county agreed to haulIn five :in Florida.Continued< : the necessary resolutionto taking over from the Wall Agency
_ T.fMOOObr.. _..... several items such as two the fairgrounds. In turn, the FA j' The piid gate brake> nil clay before it got too dry form the housing au'.horUY. which had he business the three
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i...............................................................a Ter- Duplicate Bridge Winners NamedMr. meets. every Tuesday IUI'JIIPn' :
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo the Pratt Street Recreation Cen-
: Interest To. : willegar Jr were winning cou- and Mrs. John Mussollne and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton and ter with play starting promptly -
Of ple at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday were second with S3 points; Mrs. Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. were at 7:45 P.m. Interested bridge
: : night with a score of 57 1/2 Irene Mickle and Mrs. Harry fourth with 511/2 points. players are Invited to attend.
i ; whore six tables were In play. Mooty: were third with 52points; Tho Duplicate Bridge Club


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Catholic Women ?
,0 ,

Attend Meeting Of ; ,

East Coast DeaneryMrs. .

Joseph Glssy!! president':,
presided at the Spring! meetingof I
the East Coast Deanery of THURSDAY

the St. Augu!Line Diocesan L FRIDAY
of Catholic Women held! Apr ,rfrL' ,
I 3 at the Thunderbird! Inn in SATURDAY (
Jacksonville. Ann Hogan Plans

Rev. Father Thomas! Kelly,
Summer WeddingThe
: former St. Edwnrcl'H/ pastor,
olforcd Mass preceding: / the I
Tnsetinjf? at the Blessed Trinity reverend! nd Mrs. W.A.

Church. Hi? parish served os HOKI.I announce; the engagement \ o o ,1e, pP0
hoits for the day. of their diiiKhter, Am, of Monte \
Bishop Paul P. Tanner and Vista, Colo. to Daryl Booker
Msgr. Patrick Nolan( were of Hastings Neb., son of Mr.
among guest of honor at and Mrs Loren It. Booker of
: this meeting; attended by 180 Guide Hock, Neb.
persons. Miss Hogan is a gradate of P
Attending from Starke were: Mississippi College and is teach-
Rev. Father Edward) KirbY ing Home Economics in the high
-, Mrs. Lester Humphries, Mrs. school at Center, Colo.
Richard Richard Mrs. Jim Mr. Booker is employed with
New Holland Machine Co. of
amy. Moore and Mrs Francis
Grand Island, Neb.
Mtng. An early summer wedding Is

planned 23p1tiiDkcMe
i v Mrs. Robert Autry

Honored at AffairMrs. Miss Janis ParkerTo

t Wed Mr. Smith

Robert M, Autry, a recent -
bride, was honored at a Announcement: is made of the
luncheon, Saturday at the Garden appraachlng marriage of Miss OFF
Restaurant /given by Mrs. SL. Janis Parker, daughter of Mr.
Peck Sr., Mrs. W.II. Nollmanand and Mrs. Carl' A. Parker, Jr.
Miss Katharine Peek. of Gainesville, Seaman MichaelM.
Kathy Myers modeled this !sporty out fit from The luncheon table was cen- :Smith, US Navy, son: of Mr.
Eagle DcVanc's in the .Junior Woman's Club's: Spring tered with an arrangement of and Mrs. X.M. Smith.
I Fashion Show April 20.() pink and while carnations, chrysanthemums The wedding will take place

It's u long waisted Dacron and cotton knit with and gladioli. Hridil Saturday: April 18 at 7:30 p.m. Sportswear
p'ace' cards marked the scaLing First Church in
in the Baptist
navy and white stripes and a white pleated skirt. arrangements for the .12 Gainesville with a reception following up TO

guests in the church Fellowship. .
at 8 at the club house.
Little WomenTo p.m. The hostesses presented the Hall.
Father Edward: Kirby: will be honoree with the pitcher to her All friend and relatives are Separates
Elect OfficersThe guest speaker. chosen crystal palte rn as a mem- invited to attend

Hostesses for the evening will onto of the occasion.
Little Women's Club will be Doris Spengler and )DebraPrevatL
have an election or officers at Supper Hand Bags
their meeting/ Monday, April 13, Mrs. Hart HostessTo And ProgramSet

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:" .' "I ". ''I4t. W}. .(r..H.: t. .':;:H

W.II. Hart entertained "fun nlRhi." incliid'nS' [ Great Savings
iflRoiiLFuRN1'1'u1; 4' the executive comnUtec of Alpha supper? and special entertainment
( .t Nu chapter of Delta Kappa Is planned, by the High
Gamma Society; with a buffet School PTA for Its regular
I dinner at her home last week. meeting Thursday, April 9, at Great Fashions OFF
11 -t r The dining table was overlaid 8 p.m. in the high school cafe-
with a culwurk cloth and had ;a teria. Come !
centerpiece of azaleas Mrs. A, Supper will be served from Great Selections Early
I. Kussell Norman assisted Mrs. fee of 75'
7 to 8 p.m.; at a
3 f Mart in scrvinn.I cents and will include roast
By BILL WILSONTNI ollowlnj I the dinner a plan- beef potatoes and gravy
I, 1ft;, / nine session was held for coming green beans, hot rolLs coffee:(
? .. activities of the fall season.
and tea.
I E: ell; I EST: rr's ivr.\; ;! 1. Members attending Mrs.wore Marie Miss A program will be presented'

.:, BEEN: : A (CKAINAKY; { { i wli Woodlcy KuihrytiG, Kpperson Mrs. Martha, I U herd, !by Team the under BUS the Band direction and Drill\of sarong
Mrs. I.onita McCill and Mrs.
i, !rll.. ,. Trances While of Lake Butler; Band Director Dean Cossets. ,)
and 1 'WHS TallY.Tl'achl'rs .
FI. l', el..- out-.. |"itittin 1,1'! "I in iiiluif, \\illi i iCq Miss Karlic Tyler, Mrs. Joyce will he In 1he various ,
Weld Mrs. Shirley .lasonih, -
; us. ,-I \rl-alilitv' I li.i-. hlrn l tin-. .1..1.. Inl F+:i: Mrs. Joan) Smith and Mrs. Evelyn classrooms! (directions will '

M'. alas, :gone \\a-. ( I In- "H.uh"l in inaiiv' .rh Dew) ',f Macclcnny; Mrs. !be given to odl 'C11119 with par -:
..'t; I.nullify. 11"-. .. L1iug: no liaukllu. au. ,-1 I '!?; Tommte Mrs.llclcnJohns, tnts! the present) : p-ourcss/ and ..
IIh1ILlr' Ibis;!' tI'II. 1..1. I in tin- l.unilv >;f, Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Mrs. the paw! :blv promotional status A"
y'1;, .I..t. I.M-II: ail'n ilii--l- I login:: It*, l 111 in.ilt-. 4C. Lucille I'aync, Mrs. Sue Wink- of men child / "\ ,.. SLIGHTLY PADDED BRA
;k Q; wish. iliawri- IIi. 1n-'lonl |"in-t ailr-". 11r.I ( :<:;iS ler, Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Marl BUS Principal Ralph DlBfTSaUl. {
'?S (. of Starke. "Parent If you( are Interested .
-<. :\. at ln.ilKniil a lurialhol: lur. IIU-aking:: (
j/11::, lulu. tin- .1".-, t.I| Ih, .nrl. in lirr. lrduurol. t. rand Plans Made In your children, '
I: -,tr.IIin ; -mm-, \\ lI.'-.II.. ""'1'J' UDC please come out and give us Cross Your Heart
1'i. For Memorial Day your support\
4 j\: \\ iIIIM'l -i-i.,in .In In- able lo ,|IIi". ,. our +;. .ig Adds shaping without adding inches

r. (.roft1: iiri-tl lot -I"1', .:! | ." "- 1 1.1.-1.l an- lill a v"" W:l'. Weeks chapter, (UDC) met Leach-Horn ,
hQi i"
aliialilil.iniiK a--1i I '} Wednesday of last week al the Engagement Told A t; r Now-Sarong!) blends elegance and luxury to
.Qi QiS.t ;;S home of Mrs. (!.W Koberls Sr. 1 the world's best-selling bra.

". G.I Le, Mrs. 1..G.; I Powell 1 1 conductedthe Just 1/16 of an inch of soft lining to give
1 3,1(; t .- g':: business meeting where plans Announcement is mid of the you that natural look' of today's fashion.
::111 .( .,>{N !. ': for the Memorial D.iy service engagement and approachllltma..I
ir "'f'.. .1tI\ ,. : Beautiful clipped lace cups, elastic back
r '
w 1. I of Joan Leach
1\, 't on April 2f) were discussed. The : c 1 daughter -
;j k r :,IJ'.vtj', {' ( fJ.J 1; names of Mrs. Jl' ''.. I'uwcllMrs. of Mrs. Alice I Leach, and the v and straps

rj.. J.. h. ,t. 11.. lUrrell and Mrs. W.I'. late Cecil )I''.. I Leach Sr., lo Wil- Also available in FULLY
:\ I ... ..".'.(4,,."' !>:/ version.
..... '..". I.1., -- --' ;.., Bartlett were added lo the membership liam M. horns/ % sun of Mr. and #
'i/i':/ f.Y. of the Mrs. James W. /llwrncof I lamp; ,
i I7lh l-tillllt. "I'll" I her, chapter. cr Only $6.00. While Sizes :32A-33C
.: 'f'W { Mrs. !1'.1.: I M.lllh.'wsave. /: :n lU..,.
"l'I resume of the llalllc of Mari- Miss Leach and Sta, '. I Ionic /
i.I"J i.
I). anna during lie historical pro- are both graduates of HI IS and \\\I\ -

Bodcock gram. both are employed wild Genera; : % _
.:\.0 (.let-trie: ( al /
.V... ) Mrs. Roberts used 'irruucnient.H ; : H.igiio.
:0 c.',' of roses 'In the mccliiv The wedding: will take place in
13 i 1' ra' G' ; NEW PANTY GIRDLE
1 Laura Church II
for Hie occasion. The ten: M.iplist' on April
| FURNITURE and APPLIANCES A Liblo was centered with a spring al H p.m.
floral iirraiucnicnl.: Mi-i. !110"crls' ( All lends i :and relatives arc I
;'.( ,""Ire daughter: ( Mrs. V'oriMinSi invited attend.: t V !: ri Body Velvet Unique new liohtweiciht
i.* ,: :/ (cox :assisted In serahg.: Lye.a 15 the ultimate
\' //l/ /s tltf I hull-t-iil/ iff it TIMSjl 'p?V spandcx in smooth con
':{ '>'. , :f John Robert Burch tun' A silk, like\ surface with all tho control
{ Ji iv;
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'1<:.""/'ti&tfi'i--/x') i;; !/ : I : :: Ai,; .h'\1 lYYd/\ 'Hl'IQrlaS 'r':i' .':.mKiid""t0i1i's : B<>tn Sigma Phi I Has Birthday Party pcn\or of( .L ycra. This revolutionary: fabric is run-lice and machine washable.

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hold' Us plciljie' ,: tilii.ilMiind.iy a 1 P'lily al (heir home on llessenl . :
{ Serving I"'lurid ::: March " :::::::; : :::: April 13. Momlicrs andiiishiCN 11111I \ .. '
0 'i Control
: .. cool comfort
:;:::;:: Since l 1951/! / :r: will iiifot al: Hie I loll Ilii-ir, son, .1..1,11.1111"1". 1 I. on his '{ ,.J. ). : Double
day. Inn for dinner al 7:3D |>.m.,,, .Hii!I'll l oil" lhal'ly. I..t "" % ? ) 1i. panels for firmness
'I rliililien, fnio.M'd .inl'.isli'i' I l.v: \C /' ; _, Flattering tummy control
o O ft i-i-i-l eii,;,; tin i'' ;.mil "lie 4'll..11II and c.dae.. V \. t l-\\.0\,'"Z '" .. Smooth natural' back shaping
t oritta a ( reettnrj rtervtct.Vnc ;gj' #: Mm. S. I I.. I Veil Sr. and Sirs' 'Iliose: 1'1111..1..1111'"I weie Mirlui'lVMillTen. i ,, -4a;:::J-...... i. _.._.. i. GonllG molding for thighs
', .Line, ( .. .. ..
Ward and dnehlel .
Hoy : 'Aiul.v toil Vim :amiI'lMiues ', c..".. I ..,
r ri of I Nike t'Hv .M'iil.. I.IK! WedneNd.iv H.iili.ii.. <;iodwln { < \; #
-- i tt' Plus Now
: f L can have
you wnnklefrcopanlyhoro" '
I I and 'I liiusd.i.y... In Dil.m-' .
J.inrl I .mil 1.IIIMIIIIIIIIIIt'I'Y.all" : !fJ
I Cordially ; ..,ala""a ,';..::-., % '. \ Inclusive! new ctictch\ lacy
1\11'14. { I'.iih.
1:;;; Tarots \ :J'r I"' ii dn iiid Winter ; Mel.xy( > .iwn. V I -i .."_, :;;..... l. cliff: -kcops p\ntY'e: '' : smooth. Dare
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Welcomes ., .: original
tJ l 1t4( '|)ron'nliilivcI'd. :j m mr \_I'.:," r::::: !1G>)KI2 You and Your ;:::::: /.1. ': .
: ;' I 1' Sl le. S-M-L' ............ 1
t:. 122 N. Hay H''. Knmily. (lu Your ::;: //9:7: } ........$13.
.:>, Avenue tcnnlh, S M-L-XL' ..... .
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N. Ionic I .;: "
:1;{ Stirkc -w :: W & D TRACTOR SALES :, "; Long Log. S-M-L-XL...............!.$15.!

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.jjf: To Aiiiiiinl| You VVilli 1 Your (City. ?: III DH'TKUKNT' SI/KS i 1

r|:'.;.ijll.:. you annow in I 1I'f iirrn. it phony(,. ,.!..I... Impli-monfM. Sidewinder IMiiuvrs. Holland

..1...:. .1I1I will brink you n prompt visit" .;i.?..: TrunMplanloM. Cole I'lanfcrs. .
?:: :jf, John Itlur.. K/ro: Flow, and OlhcrM.'unrhine ( y)
from ." 41111' loi-nl. lioNli-Hs.. I'lisiso" give .
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l::. free millvoiiilfifiil' ) ,ffifls! for you .:;:: ItKl'.: /\lItSon. AM. MAKKS:: &i MODI'.I.S. : : .. \
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fe# fiiim' 'lornl .liiiMiiii-Mwi'H. .:.:::.::. Cnlvln (C.! William rind ln.vniiin( l Dynl
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and Mrs. C.H. Wollen- Ed Birdsall of S l
Mr. and Mrs.
Local admittances to Bradford
Farmington Conn were
St. and Mrs. Mar-
last Petersburg! County Hospital this week include l
guests week of Mr. and will ;
Mrs. L.G. Powell. guerite Dickens : Brenda Prevatt, Mrs. De- _
be weekend guests of Mr. and
loris King Mrs. Joan Seize _
,\i iiI.
Mrs. L.D. Vlnlng.Mr. .
Irvin Moseley Mrs. Mora Klon-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sternsof
jTavares were Friday to Monday > and Mrs. Carl Mathews des, Mrs. Catherine Rose. Hen- .! t96 i
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ry Cox, Mrs. Beulah Prescott
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Margie
Tully Norman. .
Mathews and family Mrs. W.F. Herlong Mrs. Fran-
WecLicsckiy Thursday.Mr ces Burrell, Mrs. Edna M. Williams -
Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Prevatt
and Mrs. Minnie Lee Red-
and chlldi-jii of Cecil Field spent ,,and Mrs. Yancey A. Harris Starke Claran McGee ,'; .
tho weekend with Mrs. Ed Pre- of Washington, D.C. are grave Waldo Mrs. Alice Meriwether, ..
vatt. spending the first of the woes: ; '
'and Mrs.
William L. Rey-i'jtdii: :
with Mrs. H.L. Spcer. 'i
Judith Cunningham, Keystone
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.C.
Poston Sunday were Mrs. Richard Heights; Mrs. Pauline Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves of
and Mrs. Lois Riggs, Lake But-
Diehl and children of Pa-
St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs.
ler. -
latka. George K. Bennett of Orlando -
Mrs. X.M. Smith attended a spent tho weekend with Mrs.J.E. J.D. Warren
Mr. and Mrs. .
bridal shower last Wednesday Wilson.
called to Morgantown
night at the home of Miss Glo- were the sudden' J
W.Va. Saturday: by :
ria Garrett in Gainesville honor- Airman and Mrs. R.G. Thorn Warren's brother- z '
death of Mrs. I
ing Miss Janis Parker fianceeof ton of Gainesville were Monday: in-law Weynon Coe. now- G .
Seaman l\UkeSmlth,U.S.Navy over light guests of her parents, '---" I

son of Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.; Mrs. Edward Hudson of Atlanta ". "C".. .... quality never
Ga. is visiting her mo- : cost less!!! -
ther, Mrs. Nelson Green, and ..
family for ten days. ----
1MQlhelr .
L.L. Conner spent last weo't! ,
with Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Connerin .
Jacksonville.Mr. .

and Mrs. Rupert Morri t. ,. ...
son of Lecsborg' were visiting .. AIR CONDITIONINGON
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrisonover

the weekend. ,;

FOR SALEI: 789 front feet on
Pt lliway 230, 1 ml. east! S 1-3
acres. Bargain price if takenat ALL IMPALASAND
r once. Phone 964-6128 attar,:
6 p.m.

i Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarezof I I CAPRICES
Orlando spent the weekend r y'nFashion .
with Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Alvarez
Sr. and family.

Mr. and Mrs. John Greene at-
e tendaJ the Antique Bottle Club
4-i. banquet at the Candlelight Club
at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville -
i I Friday night. FindThis

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Brannen FreeTHURSDAY
w r of Bedford Lake and Mrs. Jes- two piece springoutfit! for drey sports
sie May Brannen of Bartow occassions is by VI'ky'aulthn and can be found at
Easter week with Sgt. Arden -
spent Brannen at Randolph AFB, Stump's Department. It was worn by Susan Wigginsin

r) San Antonio. Texas. the Junior Women'sannual, Spring Fashion Show.;

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suttle, April: 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsand 1
son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Mardts and daughter, of Jacksonville Miss Joyce Allen visited Mrs. THUR SATURDAY ONLY
-- Mr. and Mrs. Micky Billy Burgin in Glen St. Maryon
Dansby of Gainesville and Mr. Friday and returned to Starketo
'.. .. : and Mrs. Rodney Hall an.4\ lions visit Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Allen (APRIL 9 10 & 11))
of Theressa were/uriday>visitors and Mr. and Mrs. James ,
BIG x 10NATURAL of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dans- Allen and attended the Fair.Miss New Arrivals
with Mrs.
Allen went home
by. gin and spent the night. If You Find A New Car Ad
Mrs. Mark Mack and son,Tom,
Crawfordand Mrs. William F.
COLOR of Lake City were Saturday Mr. and: Mrs. Bobby Cap* and
luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. son and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sullivan of Manhattan, Kan., for-
Stokes of Crystal River spent mer Starke residents, announce
J.G. Caldwell. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.. the birth of a daughter, Debra That Suits Better BringIt

PORTRAIT Mrs. Donald Thornton and Barney McRae and Mrs. Betty Kay, on March 30. you ,

daughter, Donna, of Pensacolaare Crawford.

ley making Lake until their joined home at by Kings-YN2 Leeanne and Wanda Bennett of Bradford County Hospital births announces In We'll Do It Too!
Thornton who will be dischargedfrom Jacksonville were Saturday and the following :
service June 1. Sunday guests of Miss Joyce ,
9ge Walton
Allen. Mr. and Mrs. James
Clemons, Starke, a son, John
Maria Elizabeth Burch, daugh-
ter of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Al Harlcy and Walton April 4. s
sloe HANDLING CHARGE Dillon Burch, was baptized on family of Merritt Island were
Palm Sunday March 23, at the visiting their parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Terry
GROUPS.. Up to 4 photographed at LIMIT 1 Per person First Presbyterian Church. The Mrs. Barney McRae and Mr. Bias, Brooker, a daughter,Jenny
$1.00 extra pe petmPHOTOGRAPHER'S ( 2 per family Sacrament was administered by and Mrs. Lonnie Harley over Kay. April 4.
her father, assisted by the Rev. the weekend.
Dean Cas-
Mr. and Mrs.
HOURS: D.O. Mclnnlss. Maria was born sels, Starke, a son, Dale Dean,
Nov. 12, 1969. of Knox-
Mrs. J.E. Moseley April 4. It's House Cleaning Time
APRIL 11TH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinson ville, Tenn. is here for two
SATURDAY, were recent visitors at Silver weeks visiting Mrs. J.H. Mose-
Sprtnzs. ley and also Mr. Moseley who Mr. and Mrs. George Powellof
5:00 P.M; is in Bradford County Hospital. AT
10:00: A.M. TO Mrs. A.E.: McKInney visited Newton, N.C. are\'lsiUngMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I.H. Hazen in J.ll. Fields for ten days.

Jacksonville on Sunday. Sgt. Denton DeVoe of FortOrd,
Miss Janie Hodges of Mace len-
3c&GQion Calif. is home on 21 days leave
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newcomb before reporting for further duty ny, and Alfred Wiggins of Glen BALDWINSBrand .
and six children of Marlton, N.J. in Frankfurt, Germany for 18 St. Mary were Sunday dinner ,
U.S. 301 NORTHOrtho were visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.S. months.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Newcomb from Saturday to Mon- Hodges.I

day. and Mrs. Maxie CarterSr.
visitors Ed Morre Mrs. Anni! Joellenbeck left
have had as
Mrs. James Tuesday for her home In Berlin 69
of Denver, Colo, New
Moore Sr. of Zephyrhllls, and Germany after four months
Mrs. Moore Jr. of Doctor's Inlet visit with her son-in-law and
. 1SaIia'i last Thursday; Mrs. Luelle daughter, Dr. and Mrs. D.W.
1 Stoughton and Mrs. Geraldine Wt rren.
$ Smith of Jacksonville last )Friday -
; Mrs. L.A. Johns of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. A'.O.\ Lambert y CAMARO'SU
sonville on Saturday; and Carl- of !Newport; were weekend guestsof
ton Faulk and Richard West of Mr. and Mrs. John Greene.

LIQUID FERTILIZER PELlETIZED Kills Bugs Thru The Jacksonville on Sunday. N.R. Burch of Smithers,W.Va.

ORTHO Root No Spraying Is visiting Kev. and Mrs. RD. BIG DISCOUNTNO
ORTHO GIRO No Dusting Burch for several weeks.
CATHOLIC Churches .XX'X'X'X1 -
lBuylGal.S4.98I 6,000 Sq. Ft. ST. EDWARD'S. Starke:

: Sunday Muss, 8 a.m. and REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED
2nd Buy 1 Bag5.95 9:15 a.m.
Rose & FlowerCARE
2nd Bag .01 Thursday Mass, 6:30: p.m.
:Miraculous! Medal Novena:

Both f for $4.99 $2.98Free Saturday, '7 p.m.
Both for $5.96 Reg. - -
Couoon 50 ST. 11,1.1\M'S. Keystone
heights! Authorized La International
Sunday :Mass 9
5 Gal. Canonly Harvester
ORTHO CHLORDANE DUST Wednesday :Mass! & Novena Dealer
7 p.m.
$2.48 1
ST. ;\f\K"Sf..el..nny; :
5 LB. BAG 69C Sunday ;Mass, 11:311: a.m. NOW COMPLETE! FARM EQUIPMENT

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|: Athletics Due Study 1 Lack Of InterestIs ;: Old County Furniture SoldContinued i.:! of fronting or the without fashion men-buying these choices are pants some con to.

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(Continued From Page One) Problem Page ) by women There are belt and
Drainage Commissioner Dave Shuford beltless punts with a variety
will the contractor and the of pocket treatments too. Never
Grantham was given a :year'sleave He told 01 an NDEA T'tie 3 county: pay wl'l!' be re-embursed by -Received report f from agreed with the proposal, saying before have the makers ot
of absence starting' in available for audiovisual line owned men's provided so
fund, Page One) the Federal government, Williams Sanitarian Jack Trawick that that the drag now pants many
(Continued From choices In style For
June. materials!. In nine areas by the county is "worn out" example
said. two Union the best known
II for
for County commissioners company
Mandatory! chest x-rays that has just allocated $7,670 -Was told by Sanitarian Jack and that it is costing excessive its I.ert's blue Jeans now has
all adult employees of Brad- for Bradford County. This requires an existing ditch running south cording to County Sanitarian Jack Trawlek that a free chest x-ray will attend the next amounts for Hill models and fabrics In Itx
ford County Schools was voted local matchlns-pUas!. from SR-18 to tho Southern Rail Trawick. Until the river goes unit will be In the coanty; April board meeting on April 20 to repair. iiirrem men's line
by the Board and the mob'le funds (M5-53 per cent basis) he road.: If successful re-opening do'v.i' '.he water will stand a- 22-25 in 15 locations to be an- negotiate on the formation of
unit has set hour .and locations said:! with about $ ,OOO front will keep water from again over- round Hampton, he said. nojiced. a sanitary landfill In Bradford
convenient for school Bradford County- not now in running the ditch and running' "I've lived In Hampton 25 years" -Authorized TraSek: to attend County near Raiford for use
during April 22-23 avail dawn: the main street. and I've never seen it like this Con-
personnel: the budget, but mAybe the Florida Anti-Mosquito by residents of both counties.
for the annual clinic. Hampton: residents said water Commissioner Jessie Chastaintold this
dates able by cancelling: other audiovisual vention in Ft. Lauderdale
Meetings on budget planning expenses.! He asked the there last week was the high- the residents. month. -Heard Trawick commendthe
during the next several weeks )oard to conslier this for est anyone can remember! in the Marklee Starling, who lives -Was given a list of all local Bradford County Volunteer SAIl
with various groups of personnel ) later discussion. past 25 years", east of US-301 and back ot bills, or population acts, per- Fire Dept. for its efforts to
Mt' Alice Faye Waters who north ? Starke also
s Stuckey's o ,
to members Bradford County by
will be opera Concerning BHS. he said a taining to save his home, and the summer
lives on the Carl Johns Road to ask the commission
going appeared
of 'the beard Mr. Casey Paid new constitution will! be voted Cojnly Attorney Theron A.Yawn.Wis place of Charles Sawyer at
east from Hampton, said for relief from water. The board told Yawn that he
.. ...... ...........- .- .- .- her f&nily: was trapped at home agreed to have the county drag- has prepared a deed to the Harold Kingsley Lake: which were
the weekend of March 28-29. In destroyed fire
line, already the area, to diga Crawford property the coun- by Sunday night.
: She said the county road da- canal to Water: Oak Swamp for fill dirt.
2 NOTICE partment's efforts have been fu- from the Starling place. ty-Was has purchased told by Yawn that the -Recommended to the Town $2OftON

tile. 'Mouse of labor and fill Also pressed Into action is county's proposed zoning code of Hampton that any charge
Q "actuallywasted"on the dragline owned by the coun- made to county residents for
costs of dirt have been is in his "stack of work. lie
Due to the rapidly increasing production the Carl Johns RoaJ, Mrs. ty Mc-jfjulto Control Unit. It has is preparing a ;sxio: C>r tao: use of the sanitary landfill there
2 The Telegraph finds it necessary to in2 ,. Waters said. been idle for the past several Zoning Board to examine and be on a voluntary basis. Don Pt l .

stltute a nominal charge for the use of photo- The Santa Fe River just southof months for lack of an operator.But mate necessary changes, the at- Hill of Hampton explained that ( /
graphs for announcements and engagements on Hampton, which normally the county road crew 'has torney said. Hampton is levying a tax on
our society pages. The following rates will apply, drains water off faster Is as an operator, Foreman; R.E.Jones -Was asked by Williams to townsDconlc for use of the facility ; FAMOUS
high as it is remembered, ae- says. attend! Disaster Preparedness
: a
.) effective April 1 : That machine will be put to in on but that outsiders are usingit. r ,
Seminar Keystone Heights
work digging two ditches on the May 21 from 9 a.m.-12:39 p.m. Chairman Zedra Hamilton 18 HOUR

AA ONE COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOM- on by students this week, prepared property of Wlllard Wynn drain The seminar is one of a series Ijuggested that inasmuch as the
: AN- Bessent Road Jones said.A of Gov. is maintaining the facility !!
X AIRLY USED ENGAGEMENT. and:! presented throughthe spo.lsored by the office county

NOUNCEMENTS) u '_ _u $3.00 Student Council. Another new mobile dragline to be Claude Kirk. The commissionnoted : : no charge should be Imposed'on
change he snld. ''WAS that used strictly to pull road dit- chat Williams, the CD director county residents::!, but income PLAYTEXGIRDLES
S TWO COLUMN PHOTOGRAPH (CUSTOMS cheerleaders would be selectedby ches will be purchased, the board and Conmlssioner: Buck i might be derived on a voluntarybasis.
AIRLY USED FOR WEDDINGS) $5.00 merit not election, in Uw decided Monday. Bids on the Norman, who heads the CD committee { Hamilton also agreed that
future. new $30.000 machine will be should attend. the town of Hampton could C
Plans tor an extended. :! school 20 meeting. -Asked Clerk Inman Green to c\
opened at the May regulate the hours when the u
We will continue to make no charge engagement forward a bid of $240 per year
year to 230 days with Bradford "We can't afford It but we'vegot be used.
dump might
announcements cr wedding write-ups ''to have one of the plot pro- to have it," noted Commissioner from Brown's Refrtgeraa'o.i; for

where no photographs are required. jects In. the state plan, has Ralph Bryan. maintenance: on the aIr.cIo1iJitionlng Heard report by Yawn that

A The use of color photographs is discouraged as not yet passed the state cab-, The county's dump trucks are and heating equipment in the circuit court has set May /r' sale-and
inet, and l so is not yet definite nearing the end of their useful the county health building to Dr 7 for the First time ever on
they do not reproduce as well as black and white. Casey! said.About service, the Road Foreman, R.E. A.Y. Covlngton, county health of- demnation a hearing proceedings on against con Lora limited time onlyl I The

Please submit black and white photographs, if an acre of lard was Jonas s-vs. It will b-s faster ficer. firm control girdle that flat-
Maude Hess for
-Instructed Jie clerk to notify Wainwright an
deeded back t*> Lloyd and and .jheaper to pti'l l ditches for ters you yet is delightfullycool
pO f'i'; ble. Grace 'Jarry at Brocker, in an- fill dirt to build up roads in Orvis J. Fairbanks the county easement in connection with the to wear.Shorn .
articles efficiently other old cases than to haul fill cannot justify building a road Water Oak Creek drainage pro.
In order to handle wedding! move to clear-vp many +
the county from the Keystone from Us: property to SR-22'J: ject. He said that if an orde: ;
be legal of the School across:
information papers
The Telegraph requests that all which: would provide a secondaccess 4\
Board The land was part: of Heights land fill, he noted. for taking the property is issues SALE
submitted no later than noon Monday following an oil: school property west of Since last July it has rained to the Fairbanks farm The at that time, the county will .a..... $9.95 reg. $7.95

the wedding. Accounts of weddings occuring Bnooker. and the or'artnnl' deedstaled. 127 days and has: not rained county; has hauled to dirt talw to care Install be free to go ahead on the ".' _" SALE
weeks before date of publication 147 days, Comn.'ssoner! Bryan another pipe I'rl. / r Average reg.
more than two that in case the school' there. clearing of a ditch through Mrs.
of a drainage problem / 11.95 $9.95
told the board. -;. Leg Panty.
.J' .
cannot he used.! Printed wedding information wa, abandoned the propertywas Hess's property. ; "
office The board Indicated that whenit Authorized the cloning of'two ....!'i( "' SALE
forms may he obtained at The Telegraph ts revert to the Barrys. it plansto : -: :. Long reg.
is enough
fpr your convenience. Your cooperation will be The Negro scho)1: was! located! make dry permanent repairs;: to streets in Flora home -Approved unanimously the '.r ...'.'}t\\ ..1.1r" Leg Panty. 13.95 $11.95
there from 1938-5, with a Men Subdivision, locateJ between first ordinance passed by the .'''' -,
appreciated. county roads. off, White, sizes KS,S, M.L
enrollment of 58 In 19-12-43. Right now, it Is all the coun- SU-18 and S-237 near Brooker commission under home rule ," .' ... v (IXL. "1 moreiCURTAIN '
an.or.; aboni-J RE. !lanJ ajvn.ll ty road crew can do to keep when no one appeared in protestof Ordinance 70-1, which grants the .: : ."; .

The 'Bradford County Telegraph I us the plot given 'by tl.r.I tho 3.5 inlJea' of d rt roads pass that action after it had been commission the power to donateto : '. ; ..: :

.. ...... ..............I Barrys. able. All roads; F'oremanJonessaid in the countynow duly advertised. any organized fire depart ..' ,1 ....
passable, ment in the county to the extent
Monday.In needed to fulfill)) its service. fo'..
other action on the/ drainage -
-Called for bids
on a
prob'em, the.. Board( :
dragline which Bryan said is
-Instructed Clerk Inman Greento City Opposes
write Southern Railroad officials badly needed to repair roads.

to sea why a represta *\\1-
rna Jve has n)t been sent to exa- Stay Put Bill
mine the trussel at the Sampson
Canal as prom'ssd.
1 Agreed to rcm.)vo hyaointtw (Continued From Page One) \\wUIthi
newhome from a s-jrles of canals on pro- *
owned on SK-HM) by Herb
perty in an area where power fern
Thomas The a aO.1 was takenat another source was available
the reqis: .)f Carl Heni i, within a distance of 300 feet.
who. lives opposite the canal development i" .11 would also place:: city- JI1&
Horton said hyacinthsare DRAPEJAMBREE
o.v:icd power companies, of w'lich
sto ip'ng ttm drainage of water there are 34< in the state, ruder -
from n\i\ iraa. Water was: the supervision o' the Florida -
in Morton's horns after the big I'ubllc Service Commission,

eight-inch flood, he Indicated. Davis said, which! the city does
Bradford Couity haj hajilu- nat
b'e the 50ear average rainfall In other action tlu Council:
c a in the first quarter of 1970, -Turned the request o' Willie
\4l; according to the, Florida Forest Brown. Edwards Road resident, *
Ser\''ce. Through March thin' for sewer service over the U- d | PEN SUNDAY P.M.
year a total of 26.25 inches of tilities Com nittee. Serving { s \
Builders Of Homes To Suit rain fell on the cO.lnty, compared Hrow.i. W'juld necessitate put- Alf 1
to only 13.23 inr'toi'. for NwYat&t
ting in 250 feet of sewer line
the sam three months over the off V;"-30l. Supt. Davis said. Ii
Every Family past 50 years.In Chairman McKae said the council '
the past 15; months a total wasn't prepared to give an
of 108.01 inches: of ra.n hive answer to the request Tuesday { FIBERGLASSDRAPERIES
fallen o.i the county. Last month night! but would Investigate the
rains totaled 11,02 inches, far possibility;
above tho 3.07 Inches the month -Was told by Sut. Davis that i I Igr
of :March has averaged over the some* city raid work is still ::11 11 L

past 50 >cars. included in the 20-ynr state C
Commercial Buildings. road program proposed by Gov. '
Claude Kirk and Wilch will be

New Homes. w K. He Beauty presented lature-Wjs in to'd to the by the current Attorney Florida session.George Legis- :j- our$$5.49 rag$4 44

II Pierce that deeds have been prepared tl t tf
Wins for the city's land trade 48" X 63, f
Remodeling. Berry with W.T. Jackson at the Industrial ,
t park. The city well' gain:
access to the Ind as trial park
Repairs. Queen TitleContinued from US-301 and Jackson will

gain his w'ucn; will sqnre: off v1L our reg. $ 84

$$5.99 4
-To'd' Pierce the only parcelof
( From Page One) Ian: In the city zoned for .::1:1'r' -' 48" X 84"

heavy Industry is in south Starke t',
The fairground show arena: back of the residence o' Ardsll 't 'qj ,
was packed eo that hardly an- Crosby. Pierce d d no*, say w'v 1ji A tremendous selection all at
other pcrccn could have oven he asked about the zoning f i sale prices, Washable no-iron
stood: to watch the Z's-luur' -\"as told by Supt. Davis that -, I I ,ing deep pleats full side and
PHONE BALDWIN, FLA. .- 904266.9118 beauty pageant:: ; the city is "all se." to begin t. ,a -tae: f r 1 bottom hems Choose from sol
Entertainment by the Black work moving utilities for the I ids florals scenic, and modern
out of Town Call CollectCLIP Youth Ensemble, a 3om1: :?r widening of SR-16. Wednesday I. patterns Spruce up your home
now and save''
singing group which won the was the startlru: He for construction -
senior lvls'-.n! : cf the fair Davis said.
OUT AND ;MAIL: talent show, drew a standing -Was told by Chairman: :McRae
ovation from the crowd whenit that city engineers will be readyto
rI rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr performed at the beauty present the annual report to
1.. O. FOURAKER pageant.:: the Council at the next regular
BRYCEVILI.E, FLA. 32009 II Alphounj Golden' : young: Ns- meeting Tuesday, April 21. :'tIc- \\M
gro dancer: wh won: the mli-: ]Rae set a joint 5 p.m. meeting
.. die division of the talent competition that day with the engineers and
I NEW HOMEROOM .- __ _______._ __ _u__ I also performed and bond trus'eo so the length session -
much of the audience stood to will nn run to) late. CAFE & TIERCURTAINS

ADDITION uU __.._u_ u_ 'watch hM performance. Ho ,
"wa" called) for cnsoures. -Was told by Councilrm: i Neil
I.. II A baton twirling team, stu- Tucker: that the: committee msetln -

REMODELING -- ._..__u__ -- u__ II dents of 1069 Queen Linda fln Joint services for the city
and his been
; postponed
Thomas, also performed at
I uitil Thursday, April :23! at 7W.r.t.
OTHER ___ __.__ _. the pageant.
-- -- ------- --- in the new courthouse.
Judges for the seventh an- r
-Declined to donate city funds
nual beauty pageant, sponsored to finniee: a trp! for B15! science All
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the Staike Junior Wom
: by students to the State Science Our $184 r'
I I an's Club! !Mrs. Caufoy: L. Shirley Fair, but said they would con- Reg. 11
ADDRESS -- !Mrs Florida of 1963; cf tribute person-lily. $2.29 :

- - -- r --- ---a-.I Jacksonville; Mrs. Sarah ,. .; .. .
Smith, Orange: Park: Wayne Choose cottons & rayons, in many different styles, f t' ,' -
Geiger Clay County tax col. Remember when ;$2i\> worthof patterns and colors. Hurry, while selections are
SOUTHERN lector; James H. Cason: Union groceries" would hardly fit fullest1 36' curtain and valance.

County school superintendent; into the trunk of ?
your car
and, T. J. Raulnson, Baker DUCK FABRIC RUG RUNNERS
:Now it fits in the glove tompartm -
county tax collector.
nt. "'m. R. Davis 88< yd. valu our r A*. $1.44
Mrs: Dinna Gruen was chair- ,
Commercial Construction Co. r *"! 1970 event for the Three! Forks ( Mont. ) Herald. 1 24 x 60- foam backed O
New Spring prints in runners with J-
ten. Modern music I is okay, but washable duck ideal!71 ends. Good serged $12 "
lllc-jar.: local For: why did it have to come in out for sportswear. 44" tweed colors in durable
LESTER FOURAKAR OWNER :is master ofc time. Jim Thompson. The wide. YD. rayon.

fe KB :Mrs. Mona Madison (Ohio i Press' '
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area -
f ?
: counties r
showed \ Toye
Increases In ,, Don't Drown Bullington
Sales Tax 1 j jLp r February The sales tax collections. ,'. -.'..., : : Wins Country-
exception was Union, where -. ti
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.. House PlantsDon't
{ collections were down 9.78 .. .. '' ".,. Western
per ContestToye
.. ..
cent. Union ... !, .
jII 1 Here 1| County; collected ..., '. II ." '. .',' T ,
$6,U7 In February'1970 compared "'IJ c, ", your 1' Bulllngton daughter of
; \ The Florida /
: $6,741 In February 1969. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. BulUngton
February sales tax collections Sales tax Extension Service warns
In the ; of Starke, was first place win
rose 14.05 per cent In Bradford other area counties this Feb- .. 1'1'N)tq'V, that overwatering is the most ner in the Country.Western con-
common cause of house
County; over the same month In ruary with plant
percentage of increase + test at the Bradford County Fair
1963. a slightly higher Increase were as follows: tl ? 4r ; P- injury. Constant saturation of last Saturday night Toye's
than the 13 cent In II sn the soil causes discolorationof spec
counties for per the same 14 period.area Alachua $525,203( up 6.07 percent leaves and leaf drop. When ialty; was a vocal spiritual num
: Clay $79,667, 9.39 I, watering house ,
Bradford collected$36,497 up percent "\ plants apply ber.Kathy
this .
I Green was second In the
past ; Columbia $134,906, 12.92 .. + enough moisture to thorough.
February for the 14.05 I
cent Increase. per per cent; Dixie $12,978, up 12,18 .. r ly dampen the soil. Then, contest, and the Blue Grass Bandof
per cent; Gilchrlst $7,520, up ,. I don't water again until the Jacksonville placed third.
CARD OF THANKS 13.43 per cent; Lafayette$5,153, ,', soil becomes moderately dry
We would like to express our up Leon 29.61 per cent. i SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic.
$685.977: 5.08
up nor
sincere thanks
cent: Levy Icy Lake cculd have Letters & Numbers for interiorand
lion to our friends $40,914 up 12,28 per cone up
'who and. lovedones ; cent; Putnam $150,739 up 30.58 In the blaze, which sent burn- exterior use. All sizes, co
were so kind: to
usduring lors.
Bradford County Tele-
per ; Suwannee $71,386. up ing wood hundreds yards
ment. our tim of The Johns., family of JuliaWhltehead up 12.03 per cent. : house 'was not burn-
A 'h"' I Ing when he woke. He 'wet the
i '. allChimneys sds! of the house with a hose,
'tout it !gat too hit: and caught For AAoximum Beauty .
.. To control scale I insects
." The Camp Blandlng Fire
and red K>.de' shrubbery
"" Department was first on the
P0 WEltMPACE tf A scene. But the truck carried SPRAY should be sprayed during
ti. '
a ..! the newt 6 weeks before
only 200{ mlioi: of water Whenit (
hM w..rhet' .elS ,In
was: gone the blaze: went un

were all that were left standing of the homes of Jack controlled.The .
Trawick and Charles Sawyer after a fire burned the houses to the Bradford: County Volunteer SHRUBBERY One or two .pranl.J',, : of
Firs and the oil,i emulsion, HouM! hoppliOil .
ground. The two heart cypress houses built in 1938: cannot be replaced. Department ..
Keystone Heights volunteers now ,fin, li M re-
went, to the fire, but arrivedtoo MilK will" C minimum. of
into' to save anything NOW! plant'' 1 hum'
Kingsley Blaze The Bradford vsluntoers finally -
with exclusive Heat Shield got the 'wore: of the fire
from the Clay County' Sheriff's! CN .. Our \Mff of trained/ export
Far Most American Cars &Trucks only office, Trawick and Sawyer f'Ir/ctI.AJA 'estGr l sfrvicfmen' l is rcncly
&said Had the!! Bradford volunteers ) ..._,r..,., i In '.crye VOU.
Burns 2 HomesFire been able to get to the
scene 10 minutes earlier Traw- 539 EAST CALL ST. PHONEi 964-5745
$1495 ick believes his house might
have been saved.
completely burned last Such, houses cannot be built Sawyer horns next door.
Friday' night two Kinsley Lak today Trawick says. With half an hour to 43 .................................
w homes owned by Jack Traw- Trawick, only occupant of minutes, Trawick said, both
",,: tNSTAILEDr ick, county sanitarian: and the two houses, was sleeping houses were in ashes. Nothing
Charles Sawyer, owner of in an upstairs bedroom when was remove:! from the Sawyer
7 5 "i11 Slaie Gas he was awakened about 1:15: :>> house, ,but Trawick and some I[ Motors
G. l4 The two-story homes were a.m. with the fire alreadY volunteers saved a few Item Terwillegar I
.. built of html. cypress in 193d. blazing in the upstaIrs of the from his home.
All the clothes In the Traw
piat0co ---------- ---- -et--
% -------------fa- -- ick, and many valuable an-
rI tiques were lost In the .blaze .
0). had here," Trawick paid tho
: We're Out To Break All
I Aquarium- I morning His wife, looking was in at Tam the

p, npi I JUST ARRIVED I pa, visiting their daughter,

f 1 NEW SHIPMENT OF FISH I Donna, and! their son, Buddy, :
cG I I was The away Sawyers at college.had Just pur- Sales Records In Aprils

I Orange Varitus 8 for. $1.00 chased their home from Fred .

_o I Yellow Varitus 8 for $1.00 I cess Glenn.of refinishing They were the in the upstairs pro- .

G I Zebras 8 for "51.00 and had just :Installed a new .
I air-conditioner: that was never
Keu. :VcEgyptian)! .

7 0 I Mouthbreeders now ea. 39I used.The Trawick home was built LI I

I lley. 59cBlack II by Dr. and Mrs. Brynnt S. .
of Jacksonville, who
'V. Redtail Varitus now ea. 39c I sold it to the Trawtcks. Tho .
Sawyer house was! built by .
"" -, I Bunch Plants, Anacharis bunch 15c : Mr, and Mrs. J. II, Rltch. and .
Stock: Ileptpeement! C cr,rtyftywocd!, } StrafgJit-Thru t sold! to the Glenns. Trawick

FAST SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT I VISIT OUR PET CENTER I lived::! in round his home, but the on the Sawyers; lakayear .. ..

I had never used their newly
Your Power Pace Man has all exhaust system deeds I Complete Selection Tropical Fish and Plants." purchased:; hou+e. .
T'awlck credits a rain Friday !-
I HAMSTERS GUINEA PIGS>> .- WHITE I. afternoon and: a low wind s :
MICE P PARAKEETS Friday niht with saving more
Abbie Sunoco I houses The Perryman home e
Napier STARKE/ next to the Trawick! house .
: p4CENTER E. was wet down and cooled off .

452 N. TEMPLE AVE. .COUNT R, X aS were homes adjacent to the m 'yl .
?ANNI Sawyer house
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K"TIIL&U! .n COLlllll/ OVNCM I
STARKE FLORIDA If condUloiis: had been right .
I Ii-------er ----------r the whole east! side of Kings- .









: So We're Shooting Holes :

Now Paying Up To 71l2Ot.On Certificates : In Prices :

Deposits : :


Now The Rates
We Following
Pay -


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.4010 5OJo 51/2cyo 5 3/4% .e. ...

On Certificates of Deposit On Certificates of Deposit : :
On Certificates of Deposit of $2,000.00 to of $2,000.00 to

On Passbook of $2,000.00 to 100000.00 with a Maturity 100000.00 with a Maturity

Savings $100.000.00 of 6 with Months a Maturity of 12 Months. of 21 Months GO PRICES !DI

1 1On : No Reasonable:
71 vF1w

70/0/ 2CYo I Offer Refused :

of Certificates of Deposit of .
On Certificates of Deposit
$100,000.00 or more with a s
$100,000.00 or more with a
Maturity of 12 months. Or Vic :
Maturity of 6 months. With Clyde .

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Kenneth Dinkins ---' Streets Closed

k r Yi Wins Pack 513 For Development

I R Derby Car Race After protecting the city
1 iaT r with a reverter clause, the
Kenneth Dinkins of Den 3 was ,,r Starks Council Tuesday:! night
the winner of the Pinewood Derbycar r r t +, agreed to close two streets In
race last Thursday nightat 1 qa north stat ke at the request of
the meeting of Cub Scout J td Town HCUSS Enterprises, Inc.
Pack 513. Set far closing are tyro; undeveloped -
p, "Jr ,, Congratulations to Randy Ed- streets. Long and !Mid-
mondson, Den 3; Frankie Black- dleton between Clark Street
d t,, P burn; Webelos; andllughieNeets; o.nihe: railroad The land!
Webelos, for earning their Bob- will be- deeded! to Town\ House
cat badges. but will! revert back t3 the city
: Denner :and Assistant Denner If the site is not develoed In
w ram bars were given to: Kevin HamIlton three years.!' A second provision
denner, John Denmark,assistant I Iv4 to be Include: In the deed will

....... ._, dower, Dent 2; Larry p revert the streets back to the
'-- --'-"" "-'- --"-'-'- --------
Cochran, denner and Jerry ,
city if Tcwn Hous sells the
Lake? Blalock, assistant denner, Den
Hampton land without: developing! !: it.
3.The S A residential development la
Lynn Hall explains to Commission Chairman Zedra Hamilton the Cubbie Award given to 15Chamber' planned fOIl the area off Tem-
situation which created Lake" which the den with the most parentsat
"Hampton can he seen in the ple Ave and: back of Starling's
background. The lake, formed two weeks ago in the heavy eightinchrain Den the 1 this Pack month Meeting was won by Farm Supply Buford Mitchell,

which fell on the county covers !gardens owned by Hall, Hamer Mr. Don Neets has started a vice-president of Town House
of Commerce Week ProclaimedMayor
Lott and Marvin Williams. new Webelos Den and Pack 513 Enterprises told the Council.
Water flowed down main in welcomed him and wished him The firm's plans are to pave
street the
Hampton's !; flood.
Carl Hurst signs pro- manager John Mjers.) and a better place in which to Walnut Street northward to
good luck with Ws den.A .
clamation designating April 5-11 In signing the proclamation, live and work. Its more than Andrews Street and to Inclula:
17 as Chamfer!; of Commerce: Weekin Mayor Hurst said, "All of the 175 members have been in the curb gutter, and sidewalks.
Jl the presence of (from left: citizens of this comm.jiu'ty. ; are forefront of every worthwhilecivic Development Is planned to be-
FLORIDA Sa Chamber President M.A. Baldwin proud of its Chamber of Com- project undertaken In Starke gin within a year, Mitchell
,- Jr.; County; CommissionerZedra merce for its efforts in makingour and Bradford County; said.
Hamilton; and Chamber city; a balanced community;
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Begins At 7 P.M I
FHI., SAT., SUN. :iIf;' .
Double Feature Program APRIL 10, 11, 12 ''' "OIJC!:.: ; .. I. -, ; ,. ,
.f"'P., ..
Double Feature Program .. ... .. ", .
.l((1 '' .
+- ,11'
\\ James Bond ooar .( .. .. :J; 1
,4ttU \. t\\W .. .,--, .tI'I.i''T. '
is back! \iAx !" ': ; ...';;rfSh:;. .2:: .
lc.tG\ :
Attractive new home of Longchamp/ Construction :,<,!<
\ 1WIt1IC\.OI\+ ()\ \ Co., Inc. on U. S. 301) south where a new tvpe of nre-
pPpRPM0UN1\ () t
p\c1\JRl\ \ I cut home construction was started last week. The
I corporation hopes to build 20 to 23; new brick veneer
homes in the Starke area this year. 4+

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APRIL 12, 13, 14 *
A stack' of pre-cut lumber is shown coming from
the ctiltinur machine in the
Generationwith SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic new nlant of Longchamp ,,
Letter it Numbers for Interior Construction Co., put into operation last' week.

and exterior use. All sizes colors v ,, a _
Bradford County Telegraph rr-t grrla
Starts ra
David Janssen, Kim Darby tf Longchamps OperationsAt '

Carl Reiner New Plant on 301 South : li r r1M

new industry, of the home i
grown variety; was added to :tlio\
local: scene last week when Long- .
Wouldtft! champ Construction Co., Inc. 'a.
you went Into prediction' on "pre- t S _4 S'S
cut" home at its new locationon

rather switch? President U.S. 301 south.of the corporationis > y'S'S

Albert, who! has:
been engaged: In the construction o business here for several years. 'JI9hoi..' '.
Buford Mitchell is vice president -

H and superintendent.The Floyd construction But Those Increased Earnings At First Federal

plant's machinery, w'llch
was specially constructed from Turn Them On9/!
designs by Mr. Longchamp, will! Really
pre-cut all materials used in
the homes, and will prefabricatewall
sections to be assembled
Yt later on the job site.

Mr. Long:, tamp estimates the

will assembly-line save approximately techniques 25 used per 0

cent in labor, from 25 to 33:> 5 % 5 %
w per cent in overall time, and o
Attl will cut waste in lumber about
five per cent.
0 Per Annum Per Annum Per Annum
"After the foundation is
poured at the building: site, we On Passbook On 6 MonthCertificates On 2 YearCertificates
; can start assembly of the pre-
cut materials in the morningand Savings
:have the structure dried-in
by late afternoon," Mr. Long- \\ $2.50 Minimum j $5,000 Minimum $10,000 Minimum
champ said. "We should be able
to build a standard house with-
in 15 days, from start to finish.> "
q'r plans to specialize -
in three and four bedroom
standard homes in the mod um
price range, although: larger and
of .s moo expensive custom-built
ohYlx homes will also be handled. The

4x:Tt Barnes corporation property has on bought Orange tho ALL EARNINGS PAID OR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY

Street and plans to start con-
struction of two homes therein
the near future.

Starting production with a Certificate Savings in by Passbook Savings in by the

hoped skeleton to have force around last week.60 workers it is the 10th Earn from the 1 1st. 20th Earn from the 1st.

employed: within the next: 60 days
Mr. Longchamp said.

My Neighbors

\ na.u
S\\itch from half-lit! I1.H rl.r i I. I h ':!hrl\, :.. 'II'i !K I KYtJUtan .....,..,.

wIth tlanick'oln.n\ l l 1 u l iniui..,tl i liui 1''J', \ > :

MIII'TI-'Cxl \ln'IWK'll '.lt'.M Ni1 t' hi'llK 'n. ,

\'lIt t'It.'r"'htinIt\: lik" ,klJui. ,lIh'th"1,1\ ', \ > _,'t iZrr

c\tr.\: \ hiniiNlit: t.irctivc: parioi'i 1' pocl\ Liiiovniont lot' I'11 h \i'i I1111C> .I ui.i\ 1f SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

(Gilll MHir llSllltllllivk.lloi! >'l CiCitriiIlitllll'd\,t II'I t t.\1.1\. '

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There no n).ugh toi tl.mwl I..i < cUvti + '

.F. ='" PLs ......,... 'The House of Savings (**Q 944-3000 STARKE.395,flORIDA WEST MADISON 32091 STREET "

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Hunting Season Beach. Zone 2; that area of -- the annual Woman's Day activity; DIng service 6 p.m.Junior Choir n. iellnt

the State located north of State Mrs. Raynell English reporter. rehearsal Is held on the second I
Will Be Based Road 60 to the east boundaryof Greater Allen Chapel AME and fourth Saturday In each CL.ES'DISCOUNT :

On Zone SystemThe Jefferson County.; Zone 3; CommunityNews Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins Pas- month. Senior Choir, Tuesday e
that tor. Sunday School,10a.m.MornIng -
area of the State located night before the first and third
west of the eastern boundaryof service at 11 with Junior Sunday in each month. All Choir a a
wildlife of Florida has, Jefferson County.; Church members In charge. All members are asked to cooperatewith
been separated Into three bio- members are asked to pleasebe all activities of the church. STORES
and present and on time. Eve-
logical zones future huntIng The 1970-71 hunting seasons
seasons will be accordingto will be as follows Zone 1 October '
: ; The Co.rt Of The Coo rBrndford ..-- -
zones. The zoning system 31 through January 3 for In The Circuit Conrt Of The Judie. and hunting seasons were established deer turkey and bear and from ttlRhth Jmllfflnl Circuit Of FlorIda ".. .
In And for Urmlford ConnConcv *. of Flowl. M. .
at a recent meeting! October Elizabeth Givens Walker In & A" Fingertip controls
31 through February 21 By IT. Casee.: 071 ,
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1 r. First Recorded JMXfXjiii-inni Commission Minutes I IDue :J SENIOR r I ..


to the famous tug-of-war Civil war years, tne records the State Legislature in 1865, Thus, It was that local gov- { CITIZENS
(lasting more than half a cen- probably went up in smoke when which refused to ratify the 14th ernment officials during the very :::
tury) waged between Stark and the courthouse at Lake Butlerwas Amendment the Federal govern early d: ys of the county were .:.::. ". .
Lake Butler over location of destroyed by fire in 1865. ment placed all of Florida. under appointed, and hence not a popu- f.:.
the county seat, and the reported Although no proof is available military rule in 1867. Duringthe lar rerfme. If records were kept :: The Fair Is over for another
burning of the courthouse at Lake It Is considered likely that the eight years which followed, they are In unknown private ::: year and we are happy that the
Butler on two occasions, no records courthouse in Lake Butleras hands. :
all Florida: was beset by poli- : weather gave us a break. Senior -
are available of the very was true of several other county tical troubles common to the However, from an old bound :: Citizens are very pleased
first meetings of the Bradford seats in the state-- was destroyed Southern States during Recon- book in the courthouse here :: with the result. We wish to thank
County Commission after crea- rather than let the struction days. The only elected minutes of a meeting held on :: the Holiday Inn who sponsored
tion of the county In 1861. records fall Into the hands of officials during this time were October 9, 1871 are available.A ::i our booth. We are also grate-
If regular meetings of the Com- the Union army.Following the Governor, members of the surprising amount of Infor- :: ful to the members who tended
mission. were held during the the first meeting of Legislature, and constables. mation is contained in the following :: it and to Mrs. Gene Rayburn
account of the earliest :: for her helpful co-operation. We
recorded meeting of the County; ;:: believe that we put on a very
Our editorial. Commission held in Lake But- :: good display this year and were
ler 99 years ago: :: rewarded with 12 blue, 6 red,
Bradford: County; Commis- :: and 6 white ribbons. We have
sioners Court met this 9th day :: a great membership in our club
of October AD 1871 pursuant to ::: who( always rise to the occasionand
I L Point of view I an order of the Chairman of said: at this County Fair, they
Board there were present, La- did not disappoint us.

muel B. Rhodes, Jacob E, Varno, :.y:. ... ..; .... We received[ a letter detailing
V and Joseph Truluck. The Court facts on the Mobile Chest X-Ray
organized and entered the dis- 11 1111 Units as to when and where
charge of the duties' thereof: }
.. -- ;.;. they will be in the Starke area
;; ..
ORDERED: That Swift Creekbe :: and asking for our help in this
the dividing line between Pro- 1111 Winning Combo' project which we will discussat
Is Public ProblemEvery vidonce District and Palestine { !i1 our next meeting.
Drainage District. It Is also ordered that Twenty-five and one-half mil-
that portion of the road leading ; lion Americans received Social
from Providence to Cason's jj 1:i When Miss America gets together with Bradford County strawber- 8 Security checks in the mail this

raise funds to purchase equipmentand Ford on the Santuffee River as ::j::: ries, it's a winning beauty combination that can't be beat. :8g ::: month with the 15% increase included -

time an excessively heavy finance projects. It would also hereinafter described be aban- : This happy event occurred, for the second consecutive year at 1 8i :: which gave us and others
rainfall hits Bradford residents are d):ned. Viz: That portion of said the relief. It Is ironic that the
i: Bradford some
;:: County Fair and %
have Strawberry Festival last week when
to be able to ::
to acquire accessto road from Fort Call Church toCason's ,
for the
county who suffered
to pro- most
sure scream :: people duringthe
vide relief from the water. property to carry out a drainage ; Ford on the Santuffee g;: Pamela Anne Eldred, Miss America of 1970, endeared herself to hundreds :8::: depression or "the Hoover
project.A River is aforesaid. Also the por- m:!: of visitors on opening day of the festivities by her gracious Si'g Days" as they have been called,
tion of the road from Lake But- :::: manner and unaffected beauty. :Sjiji : are the very ones who are now
There is always much lip service drainage board would have such ler to the bridge on New Riverat McKinney :::: Starke is indeed fortunate to have been visited by Miss America of :$::::: living on restricted Social Security -
to the county "drainage problem what was known as -
the 1 jj::: 1969 and Miss America of 1970 and cannot help but if :j:| ; pensions because wages
." In wet periods such as we've authority attorney points out, but Bridge as hereinafter : we wonder :: were very small or non-existent
had for the past people remain the county commission does not. named be abindoned. Viz: FromRichard's ::;:::1 there is any other town of comparable size in the U. S., that can g during these years. The resultsare
year '
Mill to the road Intersecting ::;:: claim similar distinction. ::::: small social security bene-
especially aware of the problem.No the road leading from jjj::: Needless to these visits two such & fits, plus inflation.
It is, therefore left to the people. Ja-nes F.B. McKinney's toStarkeand say by lovely ladies have 1 1i
doubt they are more aware of Until John Q. Public wakes up we that the road leading from: \ :gi: made our Fair envy of many much larger festivals and have made ::8::: Hospital and medical care costs
:: In
Mill Burrell Johns' Ford ::?: Starke and Bradford County known to who might otherwise have %:: are jumping sky-high. some
it now since many persons have been can expect little more in the way 1:: many :: parts of our Nation, it costs
having trouble getting back and forthto of drainage relief than is already and thence by McKinney's and ijj: passed us byBradford :gijij :! $100 for a hospital bed. Part
their homes. Some roads are bare- being done. intersecting the old road to the ::i County's Fair is now known throughout the length and 1:1:: of the reason is that hospital
ab..ld ned by the order of ::
point :>
:::: breadth of the State due workers have to be paid a living
ly passable.The said Board. : to the hard work of those in charge on :jj::::: -
In south Florida where residents ORDERED: That the following ji 111| the local front and the fortunate fact that Miss America has been ij?: wage too. Prices and wages

fact is that the County Com- have really been hit by flooding, such persons be( commissioned' as ::::1;! here to reign on opening day. Let's hove for another visit from the ::1: are society.bursting Where the will seams it end of?our It

mission and the county road depart- drainage districts have been formed. Road Comtn'ssloners of the following :::: reiA"ninA"Iiss! America in 1971. :|::j is time to begin to prepare fora
ment have all they can do to keep the LSTLake Butler: H.T. York ;111. :m National Health Insurance Sys-

315 miles of road passable. As Apparently citizens here have not ScoJt T.N. Milton. ................,..........................................._.......__.._....__ ...... tem to cover every American
many T.W. ;; ;;': ;; ;;.;;;;;;:;:::;:;:;::::;:':;:;:;:::;:;:;::::::; ::;:;::::::::::::;::::::::::fti:::::*::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: citizen. Every Country Europe
residents can attest that is not possi- been hit hard enough to make them 2ndProvidence; W.F. Hunt, has done so. Why are we, the
ble all of the time. willing to open their purses to finance S.J. Stringfellow, J.R. Richard. greatest country in the world,
a drainage authority. But one 3rdCones: E.P. Ward, A.D. FarmersThe so far behind? If this can be

The county actually has no real man, Commissioner J.M. (Buck) Cone John D. Johns. Diarysmall done in Europe why can't it be
4thStarke J.F.B. McKinney
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done her AND BETTER?
authority to provide drainage relief Norman, has said he will push for A, Crosby, Charles P. Perry. 1970 Fair is history now, Come to the Senior Citizens
other than what is required to keep organization of a drainage board. 4thReddings: Wm. Hutchinson and although reports were not fire extinguishers for home Club and get to know about your

roads open.It D.L. Alvarez, Wen Redding. available at the time of writ- use. neighbor and his or her pro-

His idea is good, but people are 6thPalestine: John B. Lamb, ing, from what we saw and heardat 5 blems, you will find that we
is a fact that the county lacks simply not Interested enough in drain- D.B. Roberts, W.C. Tison. the fairgrounds last week are all in the same boat and
to for the of 7thCross Roads: B. Haynes the latest edition of the event n perhaps we can do something
operation an
the equipment and funds to provide age pay One of the highlights of the
drainage relief on a large scale. Muchof authority fellow board members have U.S. 3::IJ' Jo', Wi.'ey That: Jones.OKOEHKD was was the started biggest and 20 years best sinceit ago. four days was the Beauty Pag- about Council it of through Senior Citizens.our National Next;
: L.B. Rhodes eant held Friday night in which
the ditch digging done now is more told Mr. Norman. be paid the sum of $20 for ser- And congratulations are in order Keystone Heights girls won the meeting Apr 14 at I p.m. PrattSt.
in the dark. The effectis for those who worked to Rec. Center.
or less a shot vices as County Solicitor. Also title and the first runnerup place.
not always the expected.The But the commissioner says he will that the following be allowedas put the show over. -- The show arena, which holds

request a public meeting called by comp ns:ttlo. for services 5 By Sam McGarvey 350 spectators, was jammed, and -Joe Kerrigan
county lacks power its attorneyhas the board In an attempt to initiate rond-rdd to dite: the pageant was a big hit, as
L.R Rhodes, $2; Joseph Tru- cllltles here excellent, but on was the entertainment which
formation of a drainage board. If
to createa peo-
repeatedly stressed, The weather was not ideal,
luck, $5.20 J.E.:: Varno. Youth Fined
$4 B.r.:. direct
; ; being pressed for a com- put on during intermissions when
drainage authority. That power rests ple are bothered enough by the high Tucker, clerk $3.50. by any means, but in view of parison, said the Bradford Fairis the contestants were getting
with the public.It water this will be their chance to do. (Editor's note: The Santuffee the frequent rainy spells we've one of the top five In the ready for the next event. A song On False Alarm
something about It. River, referred l) shays wii, been having It was good, and the state of the 46 which are put on which might; appropiately have Charge at Hampton i
rain held off in amount to
is up to affected citizens to Initiate evtdiuiTy' : n.i early spelling of speak of until Saturday any when every year. This is remarkablein been played, though, was "Baby, ,
Meanwhile the County Commissionhas what Is now know as the Santa view of the fact that the it's cold outside!" as it wasa (,
the formation of any drainage Fe River the success of the event had already -
separating Bradfordand
other top shows Include thoseat cool, cool night.
board according to Attorney Theron served notice It will no longer Alachua Counties. been assured. By Sunday Tampa, Miami, and other big Tom [Hardy, 19, was fined $60
Yawn. To be effective, a drainage fetch people to and from their homes it was raining hard again, so we cities. in the :Mayor's Court in Hampton :
authority would have to be able to over flooded roads. Supt. Davis were lucky to get the four daysin Monday night on a chargeof
before that
happened. .
turning on the fire alarm
ReelectedFMUA All In all, the Fair was a last Friday night.

5 In looking back over what great success and we think that (Hardy was seen pulling the
Director show it broke all records. There is alarm on the porch of the city
I happened during our every- ;
Where Credit Due plenty; of credit due for( its suc-
We one was friendly but there wasa hall Friday, and admitted to
were impressed state-
by a
Re-elected director of
: AS a but we'd nomi-
cess, one person
black Angus heifer in the Beef Mayor Willard Thomas and Marshal -
ment made outsider who
the 34-membsr!! city Florida by an nate is John Myers, fair mana-
Cattle Show that was mixed up R.H. Parker that he had
after touring around the fair-
Designation of the week of To quote Thomas N. Stainback, CCE Municipal Utilities Assciat.on: : grounds stopped for coffee at and thought she was In a rodeo. ger, who took on the job for the done it.p0ORAVt.
is Starke Utilities Director Os- first time, and with the helpof
April 5-11 as Chamber of Commerce a Past President of the American car Davis a refreshment stand and said: Anyhow, while we were tryingto many others put it over with
of animal
take the
marks the seventh such Chamber of Commerce Executives "I've seen a lot of country fairs a pclture ,
Week recog- Ths! action took place at the with Bobby Lee Taylor and E.M. notable success.
nition given to the Chamber of Commerce "The spirit of voluntarism is one 13th annual conference In in here many In places Bradford, but County you people have "Big Boy" Prevatt, she suddenly SDAINGt f

\: movement. A joint proclamation of the great foundations of this coun- Jacksonville on March 26. one of the best I've ever visit lunged at Taylor and triedto YOU ,
has been made by Mayor Carl try. Nowhere is this better displayedthan Election of officers! and directors ad." lie went on to praise the butt him right out of the MADE "

Hurst and County Commission Chair- in your state and local chamber concluded the p..c."clof excellent facilities and the high livestock pavilion. When we say others we mean I 1 I
three days of the FMUA
man Zedra Hamilton which has called of commerce. Here men and women conference at which more than quality of exhibits and the showin such persons as Big Boy Prevail IT.: I

particular attention to our own local devote themselves to working togetherto 250 delegates: : heard experts general. who served as Livestock II

Chamber of Commerce. We believe solve the community problems no discuss IHirlon.. r'slai.lve! The exhibits were interestingand in Chairman for the eighth year I

these tributes Ore well-earned and one person can find the time and energyto matters, municipal utility own- 5 showed that a great amountof being succession.48 Big old Boy admitsto
years now, and
we appreciate the recognition givento conquer. Comforting too today is ership municipal electric in- effort had been put into mak- says he has only two( years to two credit card firms, Bank- I
the Starke-Bradford County Cham- the fact that government-- its efforts terconnections and joint generation But there were many other ing them educational as well. make it half a century. But that'sno amerlcard and :Master Charge, I
A The Bradford VolunteerFire
tributes paid to our Fair. County
and ,! and
ber of Commerce. to solve local and regional prob- public em- state official who has the job Department Auxiliary, for age at all, nowadays, and In had secured approval for plans :
fact he looks like to allow customers to
lems such as job training urban Mayor Carl Hurst and Councilman of checking such events throughout instance, had a good booth and the Youth Cattle he belongsin their 1969 Federal income charge taxes
Show ,
Perhaps part of the answer lies renewal and housing-- is turning to One Wiggins also!!; attended Florida first termed the fa- did a ,rood business in selling helped manage. whichhe an IRS spokesman said, "if

In the fact that as someone has sug- the chamber of commerce for guidance the :3-day conference. checks or drafts have been approved

gested, sometimes the Chamber does assistance and voluntary man- by Federal Reserve for
its job so well that it is taken for power." ::::::::O: '::;";:;:::; :::;:':; :;; ,::;.;;:.::;::.:;:::.:.:::::::.*::;:::::;::;;::::::;::::;:: banking purposes, they will be t

granted by both members and the ;yS '/.0-- it's a woman's accepted" by IRS in payment of t
T 4'y taxes
public. Also too often the Chamberof The many good deeds and worthy I ARM AND RANCH : I / '

Commerce movement is thoughtto projects undertaken by the Starke- ... o/j;: !fJfIff
be concerned solely with the advancement Bradford County Chamber of Com- By (;Jeorne T. Hugmins/ / ;::!:j g Now for a sweeter subject: 1.

of commerce and industry. merce certainly lend substance to Mr. COUNTY AGENT :ti|::: :Mrs. Lola Johnson's Sweepstakes

Even if this were true then the Cham- Stainback's words. Lt riculturnl Extension Service a winning cake in the Foods Div- f
By Martha Sue McCain Islon is call STR.\\VBEifRY PECAN
ber would certainly deserve our
: CAKE:, and we thought you
praise, for a healthy business climateis The people of Starke and Bradforc ,;;:,:;; ::::::;::::,;:';:::::::::;:::::.:;::::::::::;:::::.::;::;;;;:::;::;::;::::;;:;:;(::.:: County Extension might like to try It, so here's
essential to the welfare of a free County join Mayor Carl Hurst and Home Economics Agent the recipe:
society. Actually Chambers of Com- County Commission Chairman Zedra Poultry and egg production in neighboring poultrymen. Lester --
this area is big business. Brad- Kalch, Associate Poultry SpecIalist NEW 1040 FORM I ized deductions, and 26 million STRAWBERRY PECAN: CAKE
merce in communities throughout the Hamilton in saluting our Chamber of ford and adjacent areas, mar- with our Cooperative Extension The new form 1040 for incometax will need three or more forms.
state and nation have exhibited a remarkable Commerce. Best wishes from your keting between eight and nine Service, knows what production returns replaces both the Other forms which people may By :Mrs. Lola Johnson
diversity of Interests. friends and neighbors! million broilers per year, eggs practices are most pop former card form 1040and the need include: schedule, if gross t
from nearly two million layers, ular over the State. old form 1040. It has spaces for dividends or interest exceed$100; 1 cup shortening, 2 cups sugar V
and producing probably one and Our North; Florida Poultry Pro- information only on the front, schedule C, if reporting busi- 3 cups flour, 4 eggs 3 4
three-quarter million pullets for ducers Association will meet with no spaces on the back for ness or professional income; teaspoon baking powder, 1 tea- .
layer replacements, must keep Tuesday, April 14, at 8 p.m. itemized deductions, dividends, schedule D, for any capital gainsor spoon vanilla flavoring, Pinchof
up with what is happening.Our in the Agriculture Building in interest, capital gains and losses losses; schedule E, for income sail I package of strawberry
----- area has reached this pro- Starke. and similar data. Separate from pensions, annuities gelatin. (Cream shortening and
The Bradford County duction because our poultry pro- Jack Hazen, our president, reminds sheets, called 'schedules,' will rent, royalties, partnerships,and sugar, add eggs and beat)
ducers do keep up with what Is us that we are approaching have to be attached for such other miscellaneous sources;
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED t happening. The poultry and egg the end of our first birth- items. schedule F, to report farm Income :Mix flour, baking powder, salt
production industry experiencesnew day. Our Association adopted a Internal Revenue Service estimates ; schedule G, If benefitsof and dry strawberry gelatin. Mix
1879 and fast changes. Certain set of by-laws and accepted an that 31 million taxpayerswill imcome-averaging are with first mixture and beat good,
groups have responsibilities to official name and operating year need only form 1040, 20 mil- claimed; schedule R, for claim- add vanilla. Then add, and mix
r, \ our poultry producers In bring- July 1, 1969. We have had good lion will have to file only that Ing retirement income credit; 1 cup drained frozen straw-
ffhiBiU* ing them Information that might programs and good attendance. form plus schedule A for item- and schedule SE, to report Income berries, 1 cup chopped pecans,
MIMIIRFLORI help some producer. This April 14 meeting will be from self-employment. 1 cup coconut.
Be not..anxious! for the Latest Information In controll- another good program. You can Some taxpayers also will haveto Bake in. oven at 350 degrees.
A ESS morrow.-(Matt. 6:34): ) ing parasites In a topic we must help us have good attendance. live In Bradford County add a schedule T for invest-
keep up with. JohnStrayer, Associate Remind your neighbor about the A lot of people pledged sev- ment credit, foreign tax credit This will make 3 layers. Use
A 3 SCI1ATON We live in God's eternity.We Entomologist with our meeting. Get the information eral months ago that we could self-employment taxes, recom- 2 layers now and freeze the
have all the time there is. Cooperative Extension Service, first-hand from people whose move in only one direction- putation of an investment cre- other layer and use later with
\ ) deeps right up with parasite con- business is to bring us the right forward. That was accomplishedin ditor for a prior year, or retirement fresh strawberries or ice cream.
Whenever there is a sense of trol Information. His full time information. this 1970 Bradford County; Fair. income credit.
being rushed, it is well to relax responsibility is with parasites. Everybody is happy and everybody Other taxpayers will need sched- FOR ICING
and remember that God lie knows those affecting poul- FAIR HISTORY appreciates the high Inter- ule T only as a worksheet.
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher blesses us with all the time we try and he knows the most popular There are probably a few pea est of those who worked hard and Store or other credit cards Cream 1 stick margarine,
Published each Thursday and entered as Second require so that we may per. materials and methods of ple In Bradford County who did even that single person who attended may be used to pay Federal add 1 package lOX powered sugar -
Clan Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida form needful tasks in divine control. not visit our Fair. I sure can't to see what was there. income taxes anywhere In the mix and add 1/2 cup ,
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. order. Do today's work today. Knowing something about other begin to tell you what It was The only complaint I heard was U.S.. depending on the attitudeof drained strawberries, 1/2 cup ,
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside Yesterday is gone ; tomorrowis factors and practices can bo like. If you saw this Fair, you "my feet hurt from walking so the Federal Reserve BankIn chopped pecans, 1/2 cup coco '
equally valuable. Hearing about will certainly take a little pride much." How can it be improved each of the 12 Federal Re-
trade area: 1 year, 5.50 yet to appear. God blesses what is happening over the State and swell up a little bit tighter I don't know, but we must keep serve Districts. nut.If this seems thin add a little

you today. is like exchanging ideas with our when you tell people that you moving forward. Commenting on reports that more sugar. Spread between lay- 1

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! Cancer Drive
Under q T :
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During AprilThe d A

1970 'lund-ralslnj drive
for the American Cancer Society
Is being conducted during &L
April wtth Bradford County's
eoal set at 93,435 according to
Rev. DeWitt Farabee. Jr..
campaign chairman. I
Almost one-thlyd of I the
goal has 'been raised to date
with $1,000 contributed so far: I
The 'business district and-
special gifts drive is being conducted -
by cochairman: Miss
Lillian Stump and Mrs. Joan
Chltty. The tesvdentlal: district

canvass will be conducted durIng ,
Volunteerworkers.the week of .April 12 'by F00 ?:! 1 I _

The campaign In the schools

fa headed by chard! ; Jockel PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 15
with students asked to contribute
27 cents ech to "send a
mouse to college" for cancer I fe FRESH RIB OR LOIN END PORK LOINROAST
research. J
"The dollars you give to the c __
American Cancer Sxlety during
the 1970 Crusade will work:
three ways supporting 1'e. ,
search for educat'onal! purPoses 3 TO 4

and for service to the LB. AVG.FREs"H .
cancer patient" :Mr. Farabee. i,
The chairman pointed out'
'that there are 1.5 million: r w++, :iJ
Americans alive today wlw< r I A t'
who have town cured of can
cer. "To help save more give 4 .

more to the 1970 campaign. .. Pork Chops 79C
Fight cancer with a checkup \ : :: ; LB.
And a.. check" Mr. Farabee \ i
urged. Y .' FRESH CENTER CUTPork

CALL FOR fID. '\ ; Chops ,99C
Th. Board of County CommGrslnnere -
of R'a"forll County.
will receive seatedbids {
Florida, "'
at 8:30: A. M. on the mornInw m tl
"f April, 20th 1010 Courthouse In theBradtord s ..
I County
for the following. :
One New Truck Mounted 15 Ton
Dragline. WooD BRAND CHUCK

peneion for 30'clamshell with complete pendant and with dragllne boom I'arle"d cables.sue op Bacon. 79C GROUNDBEEF ROASTTOWELS

SEES..arUKd. anti-trio-
tton bearing. sheave. and roll- T T
Doom JJnl l t- Power lowering SUNNYLAND PORK HOT or MUD ROLLSausage
.tbroulfh clutch e
Sprln Loaded
boom limit atop. Boom 69C
Room Double LB BONElESS
point eheavee Standard

"Cnunlerwellfht' COllnt..rwrllfht& Rnllpn'-4- .."lm-a.1. 1 LB. 8 gef
SountV'l with ..If-allgnlnB and 4 9

antifriction_ hearinwe. not lees
toast 99e f
than 6n IS
Llftllllf t'nnaeltyRated, withoutoutrigger. .
lift cnnaelty Lee
ton (ornne
foot boom
with Sit
at 2S foot radlu over side of
J.1nSi"n"... mlalmun- 'Pragllne 10,000

"nnnil". 1.lno minimumHolet R.OOO pounds. .
On off switch 'ignition otl j
:: hutton ammeter LBS.
tllpl and to'mprrn.tllr. .
I>r. nro. will reprovided on.a Quon"tR.ght.\!' Re..d
augeR central In..lr1lm@nt panel too- INDIXII" StO' S. 'INC COfYHIOMI' l 1.70
'nnvpnl..ntly to the oper-
cab shall, beprovided
111..In .
ator. An
whirl offers. wand KLEENEX
...1.lbllltv Rnd o".tllI".
comfort. All'"" In Ih. ASSORTED PAPER
h. "f..ty gloat'' mounted WHITE STOKELY FRUIT
shall .Rhallhe
Inrnh".r.In destwned tn. a Front pntdtlnn, ao wlndnwu In provided.elide In for atrack Arrow Bleachua 2ge CocktailCOLLEGE . .4 CANS $100
nN'V\ "f
without the willdn" FISCHERS INN NOODLES &

e used;x Carrier r..mnvllllf 9 .drive'aurptua"-New rhrrl..r carriers fa..lnrv Nn new to built..b.or Black Pepper -I.oz 1OC Chicken . .3' CANS loot. $100

e.crepted.TraoemIRMen, b1"l\\ce.. GOLD PLAIN CHICKEN OF THE SEA

main tran"I..lnn, Five with Speed twO Flour . . 5 BAG" 49e Tuna Fish . .3 CANS' $100

.peed. .trall"pr_ raRe 20.13 ply nOli.41rprtlnnol '
F.1I"ln.-31 IIr." rll Inch Ifao""e 4' 4 IV..LB. *1 Sauce.10 < $100
.n""III""" m' equal\ In hof.power . . LOAVES
l"rl1" pounds THRIFTY MAID GREENLima

mlnlmnm R..o.r-34.000 pound. per rear JUMBO Rolls .2 XIS. 39C Beans 5 No CANS 3$100
saleTler Tncludna
cirnalu. .andbnuxpiarvlreolttchfor No 303 OO
$100 Beans .6
rlnohllllt_nIl Power.I"nnl Steering lights.Rt..rtnW Cake Mix . .318'.0' CANS
r.nh011' nun tullY ASTOR SMALL
mirror with boom left "ulelo.oide rent front view lOW COLORSBath 3 4 ROLL $1 00 Garden Peas 5 No 303 $100THRifTY
hooka rear fender, and steel Tissue PKGS. CANS
ehaRoro d..kllllf.Oulrl."n D"",

t.screw raneetype In i'.4 end Jacks needrfor d. P and A the 11 pnlltnOIl'wlbe 15( \own ton' Apple I Sauce .3o'i& $100 Vegetables .5 NCOA ANS3 $100

dragllne payment. Model service J15TC must. willertovera50emleeffrom bfsr..v.rv .. ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
bidder\ bw-

c""nlv. the
right Bradford tn reject,County any or all bids.
Inman D GreenInman
D. Green 6O9
board. Of County Comml"olon..r.4.' 2t 9.111 Limit!On.o*your choic with, a $5 or mare 1
food ordr,.iicluding.igo,.""t
r. T". Ctrcetr C'Irrelt Court. 11'n.1. TightbJItrlnl For : ;:
"rn4'.d C nnntr. "'orhln.A..tI. fOLGERS GOLDEN RIPE
.. Fur nh oresCn
? .
o. T4Z: ,
"IInlll"If"l\tno COFFEE S9c CAN
1.aI'nuntl\ln .
FlatntitfvaPaul Joan Dona.Jd Cunntnghnnt CAN BANANAS
In The Name Of The
I the PKG: 10C
riTOd'VhP.. : Defendant In Donald .
\b V"fe canoe .i"U'
iWw ""wSThVonVnV"5V.- CRAOIN. GOOD BIG 60 FAMILYCremes MINUTE"MAID(2.12( I 01 CANS B9c)

vln) UlrmlnBham. PKG 2p 39e
18.n.. Are IIPr..bY "'ntttll'd' marring"between that . Orange Juice .4 CANS89C
"f Ibe
cult for divorce Plntntift CMEK FLAVORS REGULARDrinks
and the

'TZAR 1efendAnt Joan, been TnFnentRln.filed"by. 'a'mutt Tnnn"Rln..t,1".llItlft,Cunningham TnpmntalnCunnlnchnm. and{ ynn In cau.e the no.. DEEP SOUTH . 528 01. Sse LB. 9 t Brussel rsprouts .4 J:: ; $1

are r. <\

'Ynur alld(the "("ym. Mayonnaise QrT49c Green Peas . .5 ss; $1 .


01(.n'1'. I\n,1" Pineapple .3 CANS a 89C Coffee Rich. .4 PINT= $1

Street..Rt. .\\11.. rlnrld0' "lid.' .Vfhand BLUE. WHITE or COLD WATER ARROW OCOMA CHICKEN. BEEF OR TURKEY
19711 :
.fore,,0" ran A"rll I"I1t"dn ..o a TI..t."lt ocninet, .GT 39C Meat Pies 5 is.: $100
Judgment you far the will relief h. token.1..mI..1 In Detergent . .

the Complaint CRURO. shall and"r..d ther.AftetRats axpart. .............................. .............................. ,1 '.. ......... ... .... .......... .. .. ......... .. ........... ..... :

"I\"ltn.. ..Court. .R'A.. m"D.t"la 1070 11th...-o.t-1iTci'irvf Real.Starke.IIIV ntMerrh ofoatd sd sdEXTRA::. I An.,....GREEN.. .. ".STAMPS-......... I I ex..RA.:1t,GREEN. ."i STAMPS. I i I U Potatoes. S No I W REGULAR . .10 &: 69e (II I I 'iiEXTRA' i: I I (aw EXTRA: GREEN. .STAMPS. 1:

p"n"1.(1'\1.\': : TWO'M OUD! .AWMOil two"rR rR03 :I WASH,. STATE EXTRA FANCY WINESAP FRESH LARGE HEADS J woCN0eu1Dl..f ].if route... c.NS. ..

rle..n t". (",, (mutt r i 'rih OIl Fryer CUT U* WaffleiOOOOTNtU 1000 Apples 4 BAG" 69C Lettuce 2 HEADS39C .0.;.1. 0000 tMIU APIII. "1No .: Orang.DOll INIA Juice Plf :

Tn >-d. For Bradford County oooo.. ,IHIU.. ..mi..'..11No at:: .'.''L Ii 8.. .. ...... : '10 OOOOTMiu.. lust_..' IIo :i
Flerld.Ry 1ffood,. :: ...... 7.' .. No. 9I .. .. Y. ...... i.,I ........ ,,.. ........... .. . ... ...... ..................Yo. .... ....... ........ . .. --- -"- -.:
A. Deputy ClerU J'10:\ 4t 4;9TYPEWRITERS i f. :: EXTRA. ::rrr :' EXTRAdN EXTRA

: Manual EXTRA: .. "i .. I I 4u..,....GREEN...... _STAMPS_...M...... ::1 I I dgMGREEN"i STAMPS :,, I I dN- .-GREEN..... -.STAMPS..' ....... .. i: ,GREEN STAMpS aw GREEN_STAMPS .!;

or Electric. For sale or rent. .....IS.r ONI I*.. itL '"'I j:11 MNItCM HlSh., *.BtUM ,. ONI sail lAG f1 ..UMino'ONf!4tp .*M$ : .I. O"IH. CAN .
Bradford County Telegraph I w Ch.rrioiOOOOIM 1 ifotriiliNiSauc.. :i ':, Lawn"00'0'food : I Pimi.nto Ch..f I i/l. .. Hormel Ham. :I
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hoping everyone had slot ciety.; NHS members will pay W CHURCH OF CHRIST a&TIIELrUT CHURCH; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I
of fun at the Bradford Coun $5.70 to cover the cost of the EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 *. m.; Sunday School ejn.: Mora- Sunday School '::45 a.Team m.
ty FAIR and on BHS Planning spelcal gold tassel Wednesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIi Morning Worship and Communion Worship. 11 .. m.; gvrsatal Morning Worship 11 a.m. !
lag Pray
HUtiwax.115 Choir ;
Day Holiday. April 15. OF LATTER DAY SAINT Lawrte ScchooQam Service, 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; praJel'MHUn. Fellowship 6 p. m. .
to to Congratulations to the winnersat ). Sunday .' Wednesday S P. a.Her.
Any Senior wishing go 1404 E. Beisent Road services 6:00. 7:30: p. m-: Wednesday tice.:
Over ofl the Bradford Fair In Morning Worship, U:15. Sunday Robert D. Burch
Georgia County
Six Flag ; sundayPrluthoo:21: 8:30: a.m. Wdne day Worship service T Riv. J. C. Saundri, pas-
8 must give $5.00 ticket Art D entered under the adult Night Senic8S0.Rev.: ,
May -" -- Sunday School 10 .m. Sac&- p. m. Mlalster. Jack P. Bell \
cost to Mary Sue Underhill Linda section were: went 6 p.m. R. L. Bennett>pastor> torAlORGAN ROAD'<;IIAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHUXCB: ,

Stone Linda Futch or Larry Frank Pattersonthree blue Kingsley Lake MondayMa! 7:30 p.m. S\.InI1ly-9:45\ a. m. Sunday Highway 1IM-A ;
McLeod no later than Friday ribbons and one red ribbon. Tuesday -Primary 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School. U:00: a. m. Morning
April 17. Joe Williamswhite ribbon Revival Starts Wednesday Relief Society( Sunday Behoof, 10 e. m. Morning CHURCH Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunda School: 10 am. Morning
The BHS Student Store Is hav- entered under school art) 13 7:30: p.m. Woreolp. 11 .. m. Pre-Ser-. School 10 a, m. Morn--- Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Wonhlp 11. Training Un-
ing a fantastic FIRE Sale. Class Prophecy this week for Monday, Apr. Dean Hansen Brancb Pre$- vices (Booster Band. Youna tag Worship at 11. Evening I Up.. ion. 7 p.m. Evening Worship.
Don't miss out on the savings BHS Seniors 1970- Went. People, and Prayer Service). 6 Wednida>-7:30: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
and don't miss the opportunity; Larry McLeod Is head drummer Revival services will be held p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. !{'Worshlp. 7. James law let and 3rd Wednesday 8 pm. Rev Don Drtirdy.
to help send a senior to col at Bobby's. Wednesday, Family night.Airpark .
at the Kingsley Lake Baptist Mid-teeic Service. night-1:00 p m. Pastor .
lege. Mary Sue Underhill Is teaching Apr.13 .JORDAN KBSTONAXT 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D.,
Church starting Monday BROOKER
Cape and gowns are being ordered Bookkeeping at BAPTIST MISSIONU. BAPTIST VXNGSLCY: LAX.$APTIST8unday
for Seniors; through the Jr. College at gDt Santmodel- and continuing through Sunday 8. 301 North, behind Tuo pastor. BROOKER. FLA. B p4lit CbarcbSmdayschool
Student Store. All caps and gowns ing during the day. the 19th. tee Frees Drive la. 811Dda7 Rev. Jim Temple'paltor.. .. 1:45: ..m.: Morn.. School t:30: ; Training
should be purchased at the cost Until next week. sea you Services will start each nightat School: 10 a.m. Worship .... HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHHighway Sunday School. 10 am. Ron in. 'Wonhlp, 11:00 a.m.: EvenIng Union 10:15: *.m.; Morning l
of $5.20 unless are a mem- around 7:30: with Evangelist Hugh Bristol. Superintendent.: Training Worship, 7:00 p.m.i: Wed. il a.m. Evening Worship -
you campus. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 P.TO. Pr ( 100 at Therewi) Worship:
Long, of New Orleans and Pa- Lowell' Prayer Meeting aid Bible Study.
Union, 8 45
the National Honor So- p.m. Meeting
ber of er Service 7:30: p.m. Wedoeeda Sunday School. 10 a. m 7 p.m.; prayer
and Charles Eckman visiting Book olPMlmi. '
Douglas Director Worship 7M: p.m. Study on ;'
Household Wages choir director, of Carey- Leroy OUve pastor; E. :L. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Services, 11 am., 7:30.: Lavern C. J. Sheffield p..tor\ 7:30 1,ednesday
awoclate pastor. Union. 6.30: p.m. Pastor: Rev. Robert Welt
vlll 111. Evangelist Long Is a prtfn. Training Outlaw music director Everyone Welcome.
Dateline BMSThe Must Be ReportedIf graduate ofCarson-NewmanCol- Evening Worship.7:15: p. m.
leg and has a master's degree DRDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday< Night Prayer Service HEILBRONN BAPTISTCHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTHT

Over $50 from New Orleans Seminary.The BROOKER -7:30 p. m. Rev. Merle : HIGHWAY II N. FIRST tHRlbriAK; CHURCH Sunciay. School, 10 a. m IBonUig -
Bradford Middle School pastor. Rev. Robert West Sunday School.: 10 aia. Wore Pftckhun, putor Sunday\: School. t:4S: t. m. Sunday Service: Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Tralata

didn't have the "It's Academic" Housewives who pay someone extends cordial to all mem- hip Service. 11 a.m. and 7 Morning Worship 11. Training School, 9::45: a. m. Morning Wore Unlcn, 7 p. m. Evening WorW..
program last week due to the $50 or more for household ser- bers and the general public to p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.- GK.VHA.M UAl'TIST CHURCH Bar-is. : ship 10:4.: : D. n>. Evening Ser 8 p. in. Wednesday night ..,-
fair on Friday. vices during any three-month attend all services during the Rev. Lacy Conway pMtor.tlllRUl Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning : vice, 6:30: p. ni Midweek Service vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome -
The fair was really great this calendar quarter must report week Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. :Ice 7:30.Rcv. : WediH!':!::1Y. 7.:IS p. m. -L. L. Parker, wutor.
year. I think that Just about these payments and pay the Social OffersScholarship ; &: OK GOD in.- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. L Tommy Howe, Pastor Chailes Reese, ministerIn
everybody enjoyed the rides. taxes due to the Raycftiier _.
Security -
422 N. St. Clair St, Stark .. .p.r,. -------- - - - -- --------- -- - --
Quite a few of the Middle School Internal Revenue Service. A.J. ForOutstanding
students were In the talent showon Jr. District Director Sunday School 10 a. m. Worst
Thursday and they were reported O'Donnell.for Florida, said the report GradA Service. U a. m. ,:L&d 7:30m. : p. I III I
well. Prayer M.etln((. Friday 7:30: I HELP
to have done very for the January February March IN NEED OF J
to V, Y. W. KI d. past:r.
Team 4 planning to go calendar quarter Is due April 30. $500 scholarship available p.m.-R .
Six Gun Territory on April 24. tax on graduate of ,
The Social Security; to an outstanding
-hit' i-
IndnIhull'' i
They are also planning a trip household wages Is 4.8 per cent a high school in a Florida coun- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COI!: The (mi.- mlinjj) up wimi-linii In ..u' ynrrtnll\ \ ; in.ill; i I. > < i

to Saint Augustine on May 21. for the employer and 4.8 per ty in which ITT Rayonler Inc. OF STARKE repair| minor' |.lI'eohll'm" hmi-tIf Inn! 'lo- nil"<'>".11'.\ mil vii,,i,' n> "in'" ''ill Inn (mil; ,, 1
Until next time-- see you a- cent for employee. When the owns a substantial amount of West Weldon St. and Ralfort .
established time i it it may .sluing. llu w.nkof .) ,, ill. 11'I.,\ HW .,
round the carpet. quarterly report is filed check timberlands has been Road | III, III- H I I.' ill! I ::1 llll II t. I,

or money order representing 9.6 ., according toanaMounce- Sunday School: 10:00: cm. n *|'(H'MliM I l. TII foiit'tt\ tin- |"iutiin| ''', ,,, ,
-Camille Gaasett Davis Resident "i .1111' u I ,n II h en,111"t"I I > \t' ,11I1I''h HI .I"
of the cash wages reported Ernest P. -
cent ment
per by 11:00 a.m. C. A. Services: 7.0CPJTV. : hint'fiN, .1 nIl'haul, summit, nIi"I li..i-
for the period should be Manager Southeast Timber Evangelistic! Services. II "'I 11'< \hrlp 1| I I.'t|") Ihn> *. ,.b. II.IS'. ,ill'lilt.It III,
National Library Included with the return. Division. The scholarship pro- Wednesday: No Mid-Wee Str 'ic| kmiItilci, null <'iiiiiini'| | 'MI 1.n t i ,ilu\
Form 942 Employer's Quar- the ,. ,. In> 1.1 I; |
gram. Hindu unik, 'I lit "i I"t I I" *| i i" it
Week Observed terly Tax Return for Household ITT RayonleraFoundation, is vice.PMtor T. E. OUley |pll't: 3 3'ho
Employees, must be used to report scheduled to begin this year. .
April 12-18 the Social Security; taxes The company owns substantial

due. After the first one is flled.a acreage in seven counties -in SMYRNA: nUSSIOVARY
National Library Week will be copy of Form 942 is mailedto Northeast Florida, including! BAPTIST CHURCH I ti
observed throughout the nation every employer In time for Bradford.Mr. t>33 W. Pratt St. Sunday gas l: fJ r
Aftril 12-18. with emphasis on the next quarterly report. Davis said that a candi- 11cM: bund.iy School, 10 a. m
efforts to encourage Individual Mr. O'Donnell said that anyone date for the scholarship must !reaching! 11 u. m. TrairOn
Americans to read more books who hires a maid, cleaning be a senior and a resident of Jnlv-ii l. 5.43; : p m. E>cnlr." War
and become,more familiar with woman, cook.housekeeper caretaker the county In which he attends hip, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome.,
their libraries. gardener chauffeur etc., high school. All candidates will -XUtor: A. O Flynn, putter
Marking Library Week locally Is liable for Social Security; taxes be judged on scholastic achievements -

will be the annual art show, with if cash wares of 50% or more personal behavior extra- ;
all persona In the Starke area In a quarter are paid to one curricular activities,and to some CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS
invited to display original works employee. Money given to em- extent the question of need.A CHURCH
of art. ployees for carfare is to be screening committee will be Sunday: School 9:45: am.,,
Mrs. Martha Minx librarian, counted in total wages paid.How formed In Bradford County; in the Mornln Worship 11 a.m.,. ( !r
in extending an invitation to the ever the value of meals Is not near future. Its membership will Youlh Sarvlce 5:30: p.m., EvenIng -
public to visit the library during Included. Include the County School Super- Worship 7 p.m
this special week, said: Often when maids or other intendent, the Area Supervisorof .Thursday night Prayer .MeetIng Tr.-
"During the observance of Na- household employees apply for ITT Rayonler's Southeast Timber : 1is
7:30: pm.Ivy -
tional Library Week it would be benefits, It comes to light that Division, and a distinguished /
well to read at least one book all Social Security taxes have citizen of the county. This com- Luke, Pastor r k
and to spend Just a few minutes not been paid. IRS then has to mittee will screen eligible applicants nth r.
I visiting our local library. Each I secure delinquent returns and select a county can- BAPTIST :
time we do these things we rediscover Form. 942 from the employer didate to be recommended to 1
the wonders the delights sometimes covering several a central screening committee CHURCH
and the brainstretchingpower : years with a substantial amountof which will make the final select Euniay. Morning Worship. 9:45: :
of the printed word." taxes and penalties due. Sunday School 11. Sunday
ion.All high school seniors in Brad- Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train-

ford County Interested In the Ing Union, 7:30.:
scholarship should contact their Thursday Teachers and Officers .

principal or the County; School Meeting, 6:30. Prayer
Superintendent for details. Meeting, 7:30.Edward: .

C. Harvey, pastor. (hwih. n Cod t nppoiiilril.,....,m'Ilii. _mid" h. .pn.dmqhr. "'.,'''''q. n1 I N. I... .:St"I \;';1'1/,

REVIVALWELCOME Church I lot iron..d.1 Hit itnniuul flu imin. In ir. .|" "l I'".'the'tin. .hi .'."">nn''' nt'W" '" ,Ihoullh .
JacksonvilleBusiness SI. Mark Episcopal
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.. loundiiif. M Ih. ln.. if 0.A l n. g.nnnm.n.) ".1 l, mi nl hI.!' "9 4i::
Holy 9:45: Church Eucharist School 1st. Sunday .p.n..... end) Mi. .hmtam .hih, ..hold ,.. il.t.. ..11 .mmiliihlf pnnA, lh...ln. .... .J I

11 M.Morning. IIMI ulflth pmt' nl .... I.MId .upiMiil .In. (hull. Im I Ih.) lokf ll i In. .tlloI r
A. .. .,_... ... .... mid R
-- Prayer 2n3.:! 3rd. & .. and hit. family, It|. Ihnt h. '! p. ihauld uphnld pal
4th. Sundays 11:00: A. M. ,,,,po,, M Ih. (thuilll, ....n... il Hill 'Ih. hush' nines" ."mm. > III. d.olh, and d,>l"m 'ln. jfr11. 1 1C. t1o
Lath hlh lion. m,,11 I.I him li" 0>o'ihiM",$ al Gull
April 13 Thru 19 1970 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ." .

Directory aunday> School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
7:30 P.M. Worship, II.Training Union,
8:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:

Truly Truly This Auto Sales and Service MADISON STREET

Chosen and an w f y Sunday School: 9:45: : Morning WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
Parrish Motors
nolnted young r ; Worship 11; Youth Choir SUPPLIES Inc.
f Practice 4:30: : Youth Fellow CO.
01 the hour
SALES ship Supper 5:45: Training Un Featuring Ace Hardware
the World. man'f Better Service For Your
SERVICE ion. 6:15: : WM3 Prayer Circle Official Claaa Rings Complete Paint Suppliesand
PARTS 7:15: : Evening Worship. 730.:
1 Tuesday Bible Study, 7:30: Keepsake! Diamonds Title Problems Sporting Goods
Hugh Long
; p.m. BULOVA WATCHES "Check With Ua Flraf
Alwftjr Good Used Can Wednesday! Family Night AbstractsTitle
Pastor 121 Laura St. Ph. 3554J4 Supper, 6:30: : Prayer Meeting, 42 W. Call St. Starke 219 Washington St. 964-5270

7:30: ; Church Choir; Practice, Phone 964-7064 Insurance

Evangelist EJ.I':( TIUC MOTORS 830.:
Thursday Association! 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
New Orleann' PalatkaTlejcree* from
WMU Meeting, 7:30: p.m.
Hanlbal) Iwi Grange; College Carson Newman PEAVY Brothers -Denton Sumrall, pastor. BTARKE66'*

College, Bachelor and Mafer from Electric Co. SERVICE FAULKNERGULF

have heard many pastors and Evan.JCf'II"t" Electric MotorsBold Sunday Church School. .

over America from many Dr Serviced :Repaired 9:45: ; Morn ng Worship, 11; Tire TnilncHeadlight v"
Generator Starters Armature MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.: Adjnatlnc .
nomination. Further I deeply try to
Rewinding MYP Meetings' e:30; Evening 4' U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
of Perwmn' but I have Service
be no Kespertor 4044 Lenox: Jax: 387-2528 Worship 8. Brake : !

never heard nor seen, n man preach: Monday GIrl Scouts! 3:15: : Wheel Balance and ..- .... Trailer
with more power and knowledge from 1MANOH Circle 2. 3:30: : Administrative, Alignment --
Carl Hunt Phone 904-6111 Complete Lubrication
God. Divinely called greatly preparedand board 730.:
rt fo humble and clear Robert YAMAHA PIANOSNNN TuesdayCircle 4 and 5, 10 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Minor Tune-Upe

Went, Pastor (; find KIMBALL I! ..m.; Brownies 3:15: ; Wesleyaa AD Minor Repair 1011 N. Temple Avenue
ORGANS; Service Guild, 7:30.
Wednesday -CIrcle 1 and I, Hlwar 301 and 100
CHARLES ECKMAN .17 N. Temple Ate. Starke PHONE 964-5899
10 a.m.; Children a Choir Re

111. Ihelu8RI. 3:30: Library Open ClO 8. Temple Starke
VI J."HI,,!5f Choir Director CwNryvirie' ,
ThN man will J life!+'**", your Heart 1.15-9: p-m. ; Prayer Meeting BRADFORD COUNTY
end Rbte Study, 7:30.:
H. win Inspire you to alng Thursday -Olrl Scouts, 3:18: ; TELEGRAPH 101lDA

Youth Choir Rehear;*]. 7

Special Singing pm.: Chancel Choir Rehear Off ICE: SUPPLIES ES'O".OL
Ill. 7:30.: EDWARDSCrocery
Every Wabt; + FridayMYF' Wesleyan Bub TYPKWRmCRJ
JU\IIIAJJ.: "SWINIJER"(; Jlab-lct! Retreat at Came 0'* and Market

Corn. Prating Come Early ORGANS Leoo.toeWItt. ADDING MACHINESPHtrocoPtERi
RfMllOnf'1I Mall-M*.,.31. T Farabee, Jr. Groceries Meats Feed a C U JW a

: :: fromU ", .M GAS AND OIL
KIN6SLEY I< LAKE WESTERN. STOnE_ GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Nil Tint.. IN* flruditry eut 539 E.': Call St. Stark, P1*.

PLANS GOSPEL SINO of paper' work.- lack and Gladys Edward!: Phone 964-5745 for FREE

LITTLE DUDE A special Pre-Revlvxl Gospel LKOAL .ioaMs, U. 8. SOI South Starke
Sing! will be hell Saturday' Apr. Inapectlona and Eatlmatea

BAPTIST CHURCH Western Store 11.1 Oraos Baptist Church __ PA1fOLb kmritorss PHONE B44-S311
starting at 7'30: pm.

(IKfaffsfe' Lake Western Clothing' ) Leather- Featured lingers will Includea CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

ffwy. 21ft: ) :5 miles East of Starke. tin.VAGK / goods Saddle! and Trailer! group from WsU1d Baptist)
Charles A Sharon Petty Church Akin 8. C., and also .0tfM4 BThw r.We Serve In TWT! Northeast Florid>> Counties "Ilelplag Out Mvataen Live 11.Iter
the well kf-w-i. Weeks Fam
WTi 8. E4vwm ...111.
ily. The PU.J 3 Is invited. Klectrlc lly"-.Ke7atoiie Het ht--.PhokM 474911BHS




Junk Day Set !. The Clronll' Court Of. Urn doFurd Of Reeolalice -
VoCal'* florid Netlee Of Adoption County :...- tne first publication nf thin notice. and shell he sworn to l by the An Administrator of the E.Ut
r HAMPTON --1 CuN.o. ml.I..I..r.:1..ln"Of hoard OI rime *.'... Each claim ni' ,'pmllnl.hnll claimant, hi* agent, hi* attorney Of Dale O. Pennell. doreased.First .
For Library jVu.'O.\UN ,. .. aireel A. l"ejPlat be In writing, and shall) etataoffice and any wh. claim or demandnot publication Marco 26.
Anil c: pr" .. flied shall l
1'ulut LtJsL'nE: Thereof Itoiurded !. P... of rcnklcnro nol B" ho void. 1970.
By Mr*. D. E. Hffl James \\ I"UI/II/ iiiMifrtiton, Jr. Sleek :a. fuse 4. ul hlurl-t/, .Ven. nddrpMS of the clahnxntt LMrllle K Fasbhnugh 1-28 U 4-18
.nil iluitlm llubirtHxii.: HIM uliv,
Fund llmdfotaCounty.
Building A ukill l>lon O<
I'laiiuiilo, VK ttuiwuuil l td.dpllearcu '| Horl.lo. and lilmhilmlBic
RAINWATER. AN OVERDOSE LOCAL COUPLE WED $: und JZuKfi'. lluiny. tocurcv, Any Right Ot County And 'Ike.
DltclllllllltH..NOlHi. ..
tit HI ,
I Rains have turned: pecan' FRIDAY IN GEORGIA Winners of the "Giant Jack- 'uollo ln. Wltbln In And'...e'I'o 1u1111ne: 'IbeieTo -

groves and. fields! Into lakes Mrs. MigRie Dirt and, Rudolph pot" prizes mt the Library :: Oi- ACTION' .:. **. NOTICENew
TO liunir iltnf Ataio1J6
: > Concern
It May
newly-plantsd gardens Into DeWaters were married Building Committee booth at 1'w. Notice Whom In hereby given that
was of mud, and wreaked Friday evening April 3, In a the Fair last 'week were announced invillk, Viiuitna, 2I54L:; on March 2, U7U. In accordance

I havoc with septic! tanks and( simple ceremony in Georgia. as follows; Wlll:, Sections Statute I J3U.OU*, the and UourA.3.16.12 of. i

drain fields in this area tlw They pent the "weekend 'honeymoon Chevrolet tlun You tu A"u0"1,1 luiL-LluNf" ; ,u 'nioriKtiKc'hull 1 nn ac-uu County Florida CiMnnilnaionerii adopted of Bradford a- Deadline Schedule For Publication Of

last c couple 01 weeks. In St. Petersburg. :! the fullitv\iiitf puiii.rt). in. county. clowiitf.Horlda. vacatin
!,: The largest temporary ((1)) PERSONALS reel; Mrs. Dave Paulk Coty ford CUUII t), iMUiiiln.: .Itesoluttun and abandoning two treotii lIa
lake inSde: the Hampton city gift set Mra Tommie NoUn Isuaivily login ui u Cuunil.iiy tmiiii. when. I the Oil KlorlHaven' Subdivision as
Sgt. Lawrence Meng left : L..H more pal tlculai! I ly, hereinafter Ads And News Items In The TelegraphIn
limits is Lynn HaiFa former Monday for Charleston, S.C.. radio: Levi Whittle: $20 gift otVuuUluwn Nurthvily JJuundury liittTHLclH"i statuItOUd the ,d""crlbed" : air..tas
garden;! patch east of his home. and than. Puerto Rico, wherehe certificate from Leila's; C. R. lilj;; unit Mill W cut Ulolltf glue. street thoreof and Cypress'"e0'.1* Ira
1 He had Just plowed the field wJl! Ibe stationed with the Cooper. $5; Lucian Prevail.: thu Northirly I'h.hlvlIIUIllIu plot per Hook 3. Page 4, of 1"url- little
or Bald
rued ilmurmuf Telegraph
11 Ilradtird bring a
before the first deluge a month, U.S. Air Force. Sgt. Meng has Ice chest: H. Griffith, electric feet, fur u 1'oinl' uf UcKliinlnw.Fruiii a SuudlvlHlon: Florida, lying In and an to you your

ago flooded it. This had! gone been stationed, ; at March Air knife; Harry Collier coffee Ihu UVHlTlOfll 1'uliii, CUIItillUr uf JiiKiiiiiiiiKtllUH (>I
down to Just ' effect
the lowest part when March's able. to spend last week herewith The Pair "booth was .* great line of hilt Mtid; tiuiici.inn rood u iliHtilliiv Aul'thrrly.. IIL'1U4 and rtnouucl.. and dl'.ch..aa"C' mitting advertising and news copy ?3 now in :

last downpour raided the wa- his parents Mr. and Mrs. success, and plans are already and imrulli.1 to the !OuMU-l-ly: Public rIght and of the to theouland and lyJnJt -
ter again, ant last weekend'srain to make year's Uuumltiry of stud' 1..1. | ou oc'Vooillimii In ot said
: Francis Meng! and family underway next \ .u dlot,,,lit.., uf !lox! : within the confines
spread the water fence- :while enroute to his new sta- event an even bigger "jack tact; thvncu run 1 JJiisti: ">ily lI..tlUI'al1,1 nhredtucrlhed, : Oth of April. ADVERTISINGMonday
to fence and across the road tion. pot." to the I, :Nurllu'il/: ctit- Dated this

''to the. Tom Hardys. West of I'dr..and Mrs. J. T. Hazsn: The Building Committee held ol-uay 1J5;; uillHtaiur,!.nc of if KiiiO 1111' f Milc,.vl; ; thclitvrun hood 190HalOf: County OommlsslonersOf Florida.

the railroad tracks both sides and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Slyer its regular meeting Monday the UIIHI::Suulhuily LiiMiiuliiiy" and. I of iiuiulhl lit I Lut to By lj'ndro.-S- liiman d county 1>. Green. Noon Legal Advertisements and Notices.
of the highway have been un- and plans were made to starta sa Clerk of bald Hoard
tall of Ocila. Mr. and; Mrs. 60 ol \\uutll"II u. u d lli-taiu-f I ">f
der water since the February T. E. Duncan of Gainesville monthly program "called of 203 lli'icliinhiit Ivi.t Inutior lying Lena In,L.I tu 1'olnt liU utVoolll (SEAL: ) 4.9 lt Monday 5 P.M. Display Advertising requiring lay-
rains, although llmerock ''thecity "Pro ct of The Month. The
!Mrs. Mary Watterson and Mrs.T. \ ,"\ n nu ifr" ]plait thereof
; put on the two roads on F. Brown were recent visItors current project!! revolves optical\ rluu of "iicurd in. Phil Uook outs frnm raw copy.
either side of the paved streetIn at the L. A. Wynn homeat around "Junk Your Junk Day"on 1I'ug.of 17 trnd'old, anil ,In Ouiiniy.thipulille 1"llIr-nuoida SPECIAL SIKKTIVO OF

March kept them passable Hampton Lake. Saturday Apr. 18. ld.i and, bilnu,, In !SiTtli.n, 1:11:: : Federal MKMIIIOIISSubject :: ltenerve. Re- Monday 5 P.M. Classified Advertising (For Rent,
i !
during! the last two weeks of Gladys B. Thomas, Building Township & s nih. liuiiKiUimt Change. There will
Orville Brociklnis was :irnprov. ; in. UraJforU County, Kloridu sulatlone of the
water water and more water. Ing this week after entering Committee> trustee urges the : be member a epeolal of First meeting Federal SavIng Lost, Found, etc.)

Bradford County Hospital Friday public to "Look around, sort him been\\'ood, eil'II"h linilnliili 11'11111111. .. $!oaruunit youand and LOAn Anaoclatlon of
Rudolph De 2u.I ,
Waters' pecan Btarke at 10:00: n.m., April Noon Dispaly Advertising submitted in
out all the things that are too add other ttprtxiriH t'lalmlng Tuesday --
a week ago following a ,, iii 0, at the offli-a of the association.
hadn't ,
grove completely dried 1111"1 tn ilil 1
any |property| \Indl.on
good to throw aw.ay.but you 3P5!> Went
out since the February rain, Btroke' through, lli-nry \\'. 8nlr' < be. StUd Clarke. Florida.Buby ready-to-print form (slick proofs) ,
Mr. and Mrs. Foster. Hayes really don't need. and donata ceimi il, and yon iir' r.'ill| ircd' tosave S
either Johns "
and the latest rains '1 u opy nf yiniriitiin" iK1fencifH. ptarY/
and sons spent last weekend in them to our worthy program. .
have aga'n! stretched If any to) It <>n Thrron
this Lakeland for Mrs. Hayes' parents The items will r- -
pond across the dirt rood and the Flea Market located at nay! whtise. ndilri s. t I. I I1'. (i fox NEWS MATTER
into M. M. Matchetfs peC'angrove. Mr end Mrs. Bailey. 340. Stiirke. 1-1"1'10111.' i :J2I; <"ii!,|, mi In The fniirl. Of The Connlr
fiftieth wedding anniversary. the corner of Call and Thompson or befoid April 27. l'7n and rid- Judge. llrinllc.r.l t'uunty. Hor.
The baseball diamond the nrlKlnalllli, the t'" 1'"r\ .
Streets. If 'wish. to Ida In I'rikliiilo.'
at the old Hampton Elementary The Baileys five daughters and you thin Com I .-i hid'. l funtrrvlio, In n: INintr: uf Dale O. Pcn- Monday Noon Church and Club Notices Columns-
call WPXE. 964-) ,
lOne son, from Florida and participate on r'l.ilntiriB' iittnriu-y" in' Itn- nell Dcrriau.." il.
School: was still flooded Mon- thfrt.iitri' : ntlu'r\vlho. Persons
5001 end leave your name niei Tn All (I'r -dtiore nnd
Georgia! all expected to 'be in Editor
delimit will lie "III.'r"III"nlll Letters to etc.
day and puddles In yards and a IlnvInK' (MilniH Or DonmnilaAKilimt .
Lakeland for the '. The and address. Mrs. Thom for the ri'hff dfiiiitidi.d In .
occas on. you "Snl.I l:>l.\ti :
driveways all around are dry- "al!!. "Several youth groups in the Comnliiint." You end .."I'I..r you nro
previous week Mr. Hayes' sister -
ing up .only slowly Heavy rains hereby" nml, riMinlred tnpriHiknt Monday 5 P.M. ..- Community Correspondence.
frcm Indiana was here visiting the community are volunteerIng VllnoNK my hand And tho Deal nnv il.ilniH' nml, ..1'mllnll14whl1
for months seem to have rals of this Cimrt vale :HI\ day ot ,
and to nf innvliao
their tme energies ) \ you "r i-ltliiT you
ed the water table level to them and! also -their son March 11)70. I'Rlnli. nf Dalu
thogrc.und items" acnlnnl tin' Tuesday Noon -- Society and local items.
collect AL
Randy .from Camp: Lejeune. your (Si ) O. r"n"lI. ill I'iMm'il. lull nf
surface everywhere; Inmnn D. Green as Clerk ot :
The Flea Market is open paid Countv to the I'niiiity

place more to rain falls, and has no N.C.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Jones from 3 to 5 p.m., Monday Said liy Court U..ulllhI.\ Moody .ImlKo!. of, nl it lui wad furl"frii'. .'
drain. and daughters of Holly Mich through Friday, and: the public Deputy Clerk 3-29 4t 4-l court t honw ,if MIlil. ('oiinty" lit
Stnrltp, Florida, with nix calendar
No one claims to 'be a weath. visited here Thursday with Mr. Is Invited to come in and month, from' tin I tim,' ot

er forecaster but -all of us and: Mrs. Don Hill The Hills browse around."A .
collection of items ----------------------------------- .--------- ---------------- ..
seem to talk about It. Some recent were overnight visitors last good fI r ----- ---------- -.>ar
opinions on this year's weekend in St. Petersburg with has been received:: ,but we I 1I

above", -average rainfall In Mr. and Mrs. Ralph !Marlowa l need mAny more" Mrs. Thom. 1 I FRESH II II

elude one man's statementthat and family and with Debbie .5 said. Records and LP al-
bums are also: available, et 1 1
.all weather: has: been different Hill. 1 1
since man first landedon Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Brown the Plea Market. SIRLOINOR

the moon: another idea 1. and daughters moved last 1 I FRYERS FOOD I

that all this ;nth means that week to their new brick homo his office In the court house of I

when it stops, we'll have an on Hampton Lake. .alt] Cuunty at StaiUo, Flmlda. 1 1 1
within mix calendar months
extra-Ion drouth. Mean Visitors here Sunday forHomecoming from the time of the firm publication 1 I
while, farmers: keep busy doing at Hampton Baptist of this notice liuch; FLORIDA
something' else to keep Church included Mr and claim writing or and demand uhull Bhull utiito be the In 1 WHOLE GRADE BAGGED'A' 1 FAIR I
from think'.nK: about the fertilizer Mr!!. W. W H'c'cj cf Orlando. place of residence and pout office 1 SAVE IO< LB 2 9 .
Address of the claimant
and seed that's either Mr and Mrs. Frank William and fihall be sworn to by tho I 1 10'

.been waslved away or rottingin and family ef Gainesville, and claimant. his agent hi* attorney 1 I II i LB 1
and any such claim or
the milt:: and everyone Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and demand not so filed shall bo STEAKS SUPERMARKETS '
hopes' for a l letup in the rain. daughters: of Galnesv'll' Rev. void. --------------------
Chnrlen O. Pflder
plenty of sunshine' and a Ugh Jimmy H'n: (le of Vero Beach, Charles a, Folder, As Administrator I
"Windf\ > dry things out. guest sppiker) brought six of the Instate: of Olive BONELESSFULL

boys from Shiloh Youth Ranchat A.First Jones publication, deceased.April 9. 1970. .
PTA PLANS FISH FRY Vero( Beach, with him! for ..9 4t 4-30 FOOD FAIR $ CUT ROUND

Plans for flsh-frv tentatively 'the trip. Also horn for the 1 QUALITY 1 when Savings Count..

set for May 30 were dl'.'cmod weekend and at Homecomingat 1 US Off! Of AGeiUlltiJMF 1O9ieH 1i ; STEAKS O.COUN'.V98"m SMOUlDil COUNT ON US ;

at Hampton Elementary the church 'Were Ronnie! i OR AMDU.S. :
PTA meeting Tuesday:: night Knight of the Coast Guard at AIA I 1I

last week :! wants P.K'SGOODTH.OUGH
Mrs. Martha Smith! !school you I 1 WEDNESDAY. APRIL IJfh.quantity .

librarian, was' tamed chair. Eglin AFB, Ft. Walton. i <....d. 1I
fundraising to in 1 II In
man for the spring Mrs M. L. Watterson spent join us

event which Is to be com- last weekend with her son and Europe this ('

bined w'th' the covered-dish daughter-in-law, Mr and:! Mrs.
supper held th! last few yearsat Frederick Watterson. and chil summer 1970 CHUCK ONILESSOH nN.-T STI CHUCKSTEA
the fni d the school year. dren.Mrs. students for SHOULD... SLICEDBACON' ....D.V RIB

Mrs. Joyre Collins, PTA pre Tracy Jones was hostess ROAST 'TOP ROUNDSTEAK
Bldent said! they hop'd for par for a liquid-embroidery! CLASSICAL EUROPE: R.OAST ROAST

ticipation from the whole com. demon.'hation pity last w"k. Rome Florence Venice

munlty. to help raise; funds for and on Tuesday th's week Mrs. Munich Montreux Para La 981. 78

PTA oommun'ty presets') and Interest to encourage in the; D.her H.home.Crawford held! one at London I tMlaIttMa ;t; !119 .ox .6'8c ;; =) aRa20o

for information
end exciting' film
school. A fish-fry committee Mrs. George Kennan was presentation, write or cell your local
meeting Is set for April 14. taken 'to Alachua General HosPital AdvISor

and the la it regular PTA in Gainesville Sunday for
y v
meetlp early In Mdvv treatment. la(
.an.a Arwwx.e. ,III.J.:: ,# \\fWfnmmunw: : CHOICE
nNI S".ID _
2QT. ....... CREST
In-Tie ...rt.f .the Cemsity You unit' fuili of you are Mrs. P ye DsvifenHI. CALIFORNIAROAST COLDCUTS PURE PORK I SOFTOLEO
eudg.. Bradford Couatr.: *l...- hereby notified and required toliremrit I, Box I20-A T* TOOTHPASTE
Idii, !. Fri.b..... any claim: and demands Keystone! Height, FU. .**Mt.AUM MAtTM ,
"haute of Olive A. Jon whuh you or either of DECANTERONLv"2$1
In re: 3285
you may have UKiilnst' tho en-
... v..etLupd. tale of Olive A. Jon., deceits-, Tel.
And Persons 473-4270
To All Cieditors DemandsAgaini ed. Into of s.ild Cuunty, 'lo I the ( 2 $119 1.
Slaving Claims or County Judgo of Unidfiird, So. 2" 9 / 33'IN e
>t S.ull 'atate: : Bradford C"unly'I"rlt.ln.. at "KG LB ROLL LB 'UII.

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Police Chief Ken Fuqua.He called "As far as I'm concerned the
lce r Dog Problem for "stronger enforcement" of mayor Is In charge of the Police
dog ordinances. Department and he can use
'Old Discussion on the matter wentas his descretion," Tucker said.
Story'"That's follows: "I'll tell you how It Is," No-
s r :' ';,,1 "Have you been In touch with lin said. "Everybody wants every
"'1'1' ;',.,, ". ra4 the Police Department?" McRae dog in town picked! up except his."
pended .' an old story. said
r ., .' City; Clerk Merrill Edwards when asked. "
"Several times Bowen rep
Councilman Jimmy Bowen pushed
Starke Police Department .'; Tuesday for stronger enforcement Councilman P.T. Nolin to the
Jen- of the city's; ordinances <
Charles A.
operator 0:
"serious matter" of a small pDD ISEADLINE :
has been suspended for 1': against dogs running loose. bit in the face bya
girl getting r .
." ::{ "People have been giving me
'H' about dogs," Bowen told the dog.
and In her
"It was her dog
Council. When his
; charge was filed against ,L working during the wet phone weather was yard" Councilman Nell Tucker 4.1., :;;;; I.
by Cajtt. Bill"Chambers: it was ringing the freshman quickly told Nolin.

Saturday morning. councilman said.
fir But Bowen got almost nowhere I
a department meeting Mon with his request The city code
conducted by e SAP SI
morning, tar states that loose dogs can be
Carl Hurst and; attended disposed of. Dogs properly licensed -
llef Ken Fuqua, the mat- but running loose can be '1'" 'UIUa_

leading' the Incident empounded for three days, then '4 Tru,.".../.__. )/...,'...
reviewed.' disposed of, Bowen said. The
: er, the meeting Bended owner of a licensed dog can ssglnr;r.4MEauu; : soiAgioYM&5ltp

Hunt said, when Jenkins reclaim him at the pound dur- 7eCe .
Joins The unc td that he9OU1d seek ing the three days but must paya *'lUNING1DIM05S1NG1\ ..IACINGQIUHII
fee to do so.Everybody *Till HIDINO-CAVITV' Iff Al.,
ijdylce of counsel on what
Against admitted the city; \ *"1111 IM""".
interrupt"P -he had against the ac STUMP
has a lot of loose dogs how- VT .
Lovely Pamela taken by the city. 1r ffl'a ever. Gainesville MINDINS(

Miss America said that If Jenkins asks J r Chairman Jimmy McRae fin- FREE ESTIMATES MSa! 376-1 766or3T2.9538Impala I
highlighted the hearing' the decision will ally turned the matter over to ST
the Bradford to the city council. the Police Committee and the

week, holds the : |!Cins Is a retired Navy -_. -.--. ,

,-symbol> .of the, : He has been employed
Reynolds Post
Chapel. Camp Blandintr
cer Society r relief .radio operator at -

everyone to h*11 1 fQr about( 17 months. BlandingChapel .
drive to provide

cer research, Winners '

service to .1, ';. i. r1t
ford County ler5 of the two sides Of

ly under way' .given away/' at the County .. .. :. .
$3.433. last week by the Brad- 4 i
.:! Cattleman's Association DedicatedCamp > 1.
Warren Carver! county
ifia: Old forester, and Karen Red ..

i Blanding's interdenominational -
are two Karen Red-
Post Chapel was dedicated
In Bradford. County:: how-
In a special ceremony last
and It had not been de-
Sunday afternoon attended by
at presstme'! which Maj. Gen. Francis L. Sampson, '

the beef. One young lacy Chief of Chaplains, U.S. Army j
daughter of Mr and. and other distinguished guests. 400'Sale.
Dolph Reddish and tho
"When the daughter of Mr. Brought to Blanding several -
I your Mrs. Lamar Reddish. months ago from its original site .... .
for itself don't '
at the former Green Cove Springs
Navy Base the chapel was donated
to the Florida National Pictured at chapel dedlratinn last Sunday: (from

Guard early in 1969 by J. Louis left) Chaplain (Major General) Francis T. Sam pon.

GAINESVILLE Reynolds chairman and chief Chief of Chaplains U.S. Army; J. Louis Reynolds

I executive of Reynolds: International chairman: and chief executive. Reynolds International,
Inc., purchasers of the
former Navy base for development Inc.: and Mat. Gen. Henry W. McMillan, the Adjutant

Business Directory as an industrial park. General of Florida.

Beautifully equipped for ser-, of Temple Beth El, Day- ting all enlisted men of the organization -
vices of any denomination the tona Beach; and Monsignor participated: In the dedication. .
Air ConditioningHeatingAir GARDEN SUPPLIES chapel has three altarsPro- Michael V. Gannon, associate The dedication addresswas
Jewish and Catholic--
which testant dedicated, professor of religion. University; delivered by Maj. Gen.
CMdttlontoc were Sunday by of Florida. Sampton, Chief of Chaplains.
Rev. John R. Brabham a for-
Heating. By Johnson & Fans. Inc.
General Electric mer minister In Starke and now A group of commanders representing Mij. Gen Henry W. McMillan,
SEEDS PLANTS pastor of Hendrick's Memorial all officers of the the Adjutant General of Florida,
Insecticide Pet Supplies United Methodist Church In Jack Florida! National Guard and a Introduced a number of distinguished -, You when drive It.
Russ's Sheet Metal FERTILIZERSWe sonville; Rabbi Norman H. Dia- group of enlisted men represen- guests. You save when you buy It save you

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Lingerie Dresses Slacks second place In the middle divisIon
Gerald Guswiler r
SHERMETAAUTO Tops Bermudas -Bathing: SulU Black A 30-member Youth vocal Ensemb'e group, was The Bill Green Cliett.Cove Springs served as PuUfIw'OllIlnt)' ,......ftnt. ___
Singer Kevin Brad: and Liz
ey master of ceremonies.
IMPORTSFACTORY EXPECTANTLYYOURS named winner of the senior d'vi:
Scott who twirled were both
sion of the talent contest at the
awarded third place finishes in
20th annual Bradford County Fair
AUTHORIZED INC. ; the middle division: since only
nd Festival last
two places were awarded In the
VOLVO MO 7114 W. University .Op.. S.f.3.C. Thursday night.Members elementary division.
TRIUMPH FIAT of the group who NEW
ROVER MEN'S WEAR mado a big I hit with the packed Ricky Brown singing Act Nat HOMES
house In the livestock pavilion at urally" won the elementary di-
SALES & SERVICE STAG 'N DRAG the fairgrounds are Willie Mae vision. Robin Chls playing
Alstone, Gail M. Randolph, Gail "Camptown Races" and "TheNewsboy"
506 E. University Galnetvllto
Marks Leona McClenda Lavor
Crlffla .Sails. on the piano won second -
372.4373Beauty Bass, Exer B. Alstone, Linda place. 1\\\
Arrow ShirtsFbnklm SM
Bole, Polly Reid, Melvarean s
Academy .
Formal BciUla Morris, Linda Brown, Edna Co- The show arena was packed S
Ladles Sportswear heats Patty Morris, Lavuiuie with spectators and the acts were
POWELL'S 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Morris Dorothy Hall, Sylvia warmly received, according to
and GAINESVILLE: MALL Jackson, Gloria Griffin Carolyn Richard Jockel, director of the I
Beauty AcademyLearn MOBILE HOMES Brown, Glendi Johnson talent show. f I
Peggy Thomas Eleanor Jack- _
a Profession' In Tour MUSK son, Carnell Williams, James First place winners received
Spare Time. Full or Part Time Chandler Elv3 Uamp.n, Rudolph $25, second place winners $15
219 NW. Iftth 378-27M BALDWIN Lennon, Clara Dun, Kenth and third place winners $10.
Hampton Freddie Alston,
ELECTRIC MOTORS uao ... OIIGAN$ Cleveland Morris, Russell Mc- Judges were Mrs. Charlotte
Green, Mrs. Carol Cheek and
CMOICIOtINl AnIIn'.MUSlCc. Cray and Rebanner Lee. They J
ELECTRIC were directed by Willie Mae :;-. -- _

Motor Repair Co. Alstone. s J \-'
The group sang "I Herd the } ''
Voice of Jesus" and "Uh Hap MEN NEEDEDIn

Of Gainesville lac. O'rille Shopping Ctr. 3T2-535" py Day." this area to train a*
Repairing Rewinding Second place winner in (lie -
New and Used senior division was Randy Brown i _
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181 N. W. Iftb Pb. 37241318 MOVERS singing. Third place winner wisa LIVESTOCKBUYERS __ --===-- : --- -
trio Gall Roberts, Joe Williams -

Farm and IndtuAial. Lou, Dfatanee Plowing and Rebecca Brown. They
Equipment Storage Packing danced The Chicken Hew Brick Bonus -ova UN S4R.lEAmAlU....

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night at the beauty; pageant wherehe .I use barns. ,..d lot". and. No Down Payment : BLACK
also performed won the mid- farm W. prat.r, to train m.n 2159
FORD with ......oak .....,
Farm Tractors It Implements dle division competition of the far local 'tntorvl.. welts COMKUT1 PHONE
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: ; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nor- Mrs. Richard Bennett of Orlando. Bradford $9.91 Bradford County Tele- PAPER, Mhneo Paper, Bond
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By Ease Blanebardjuawtey undergoing surgery. John Wyrick visited Mr. Wyrick Bradford County Telegraph.
Friends in Lake City on Sunday. They [
are glad to know that
A6_ Frank Cruce is recuperating at found him feeling better. -. ....t.w.. ..w........

PTA will meet at the home after several days in a Mrs. J.D. Clark spent Sunday ..
school cafetorlum on Tuesday, Gainesville hospital. with her mother, Mrs. Perry : :
A14, 7:30 p.m. Kindergarten Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brasselland Newsome, in Starke. 1 :
and first grade will presentthe Peggy and Darrel of Mon- Mrs. Truy Bennett of Macclenny Cf :
program. Come and help trose, Va. were visiting Mrs. spent the week with her sons, 'Q E :
make it a good attendance. T.-,. WaInwright during the week. 1I.W. Bennett, Donald Bennett, Ab 'r ..
Mrs. John Wyrick of Talla- and Carey Bennett and familiesand I: '/f
CHURCH ACTTV1TES hassee is visiting Miss Elizabeth other relatives here. SSfO/S f\C \ :
Grace United Methodist: Sunday Terry for a few days. Mr. Wy- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of .
School 9:45 a.m.; Worship rick Is a patient in the VA Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Ypp
services, 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Hospital Lake City. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sunday. t i \ \." i
MYF, 6 p.m. Mrs. George Lastinger and Mrs. Burton remained: for a few _
First Baptist: Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennettof days visit.Visiting. IW\. .
..< 9:45: a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m. and Orlando spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. A.D. w ) ..
7:30: p.m.; Training Union, 6:30: with Mrs. Hatty Darley and Miss Dobbs over the weekend was ISJ E W i
'. p.m.; Midweek meetings Wed- Sinnah Prescott. Cecil Dobbs of Huntsville, Ala. ;./.- "Wit \ \: .. r
nesday 7:30 P.m. Mrs. Darley, Miss Prescott, Others were Mr. and Mrs. Albert .
Church of God: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Bennett, Joey Derden of Gainesville on 'j a r.trar.y I "Rai l t .
10 a.m.; Worship service 11 a.m. and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday ot last ween, aim ... i'.. :, .. c Johnson I
') and 7:30 YPE Thursday John Bennett and Diann and Mrs. Burney Dobbs of Jacksonvilleon ,
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7:30: p.m. Clifton Smith attended the wed- .
Highland Baptist:Sunday School ding of Miss Mary Ann Miles Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O.J. .. \ LI{ POCKET CASE :
9:45 services 11 and Jimmy Bennett at Anders were Mr and Mrs. Newt
a.m.; Worship Harmony SFJC Head Visits Fair .
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Prayer Meet- Baptist Church in Lake Butler. Strickland and daughter, Mrs. --
ing 7 p.m. Wednesday followedby Saturday night. Mrs. Bennett Is Alma Rice of Orlando, Mr. and First place award in the Adult Education Division i
Mrs. Jimmy Hogan, daughter and :
choir practice. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.SCOTT'S .
son-in-law, and Mr. and Mrs. at the Bradford County Fair last week was won by with Miracle PORELON. :
S. Mann of Jacksonville on Sun- Santa Fe Junior College. Dr. Joseph Fordyce, president .
day.Mrs. of SFJC (second from left), visited! the Fair last : The personal size hand stamp with its :
t Bertha Stuckey of Jack- Friday and was presented with a plaque by Guy Andrews : own built-in ink supply. Doesn't need a
stamp pad! Pocket Case :
sonville and Mrs. Alma Dyal Perma-Slamp
chairman of SFJC board of trustees. Others c1sYn. is
and grandson of Hampton were = / made with Johnson's Miracle Porelon :
: visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.P. Ra- in croup are Alan Robinson (left), assistant! to Dr. .. an ink-impregnated plastic that gives you j
fuse during the week. Fordyce; Bradford County School Superintendent Tom 25,000 sharp, smudge-free impressions. S
Linda and Kaye Nolan of Jack- Casey ( Ink can't leak or dry out. Snap-top lid
f second.from right) and Connie Clark, assistant .
Mobile Home Sales sonville spent the weekend with superintendent. : protects stamp until it's used. Perfect .
( their grandparents, Mr.and Mrs. @ for signatures, endorsements,, identifica :
T.V. Duck. Mr. and Mrs. D.E. : )!Jy'i': lion Available with standard or custom
Nolan and Mrs. Franklin Folds p- lt\.1lti r \ imprint with black, red or violet ink.See :
and Bobby of Jacksonville were your franchised] dealer or write direct. :
e AV Sunday dinner guests of the RECREATION NEWS : N" 11 "SN .

Ducks. 0th.,Johnson PERMA STAMP Hand Stamps .S
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and .. : Saves Time .
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Robert Leo of Dalesville Ala. N Standard .
-, spent the weekend with Mr. and STARKE PRE SEASON registered may do so each afternoon Built-in Ink supply M til.Mount Mount ..
IM ru Mrs. Leo Dyal. A.S.A. INVITATIONAL at the Pratt Street Cen- : .
Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Gault were SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT ter after school. Ends c .
visiting the W.W. Dixon family OPENS:: WED., APRIL 8 : AS ..
in Palatka on Sunday. Starke's Pre-Season Invita- SMALL FRY SOFTBALLAll 9MgConvenient .
,..ra Mr. and Mrs. George Privett tional softball tournament, sanc- boys ages 7, 8, and 9 who : No Stamp Pad F-tncllCip* >P :
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. tioned by the Amateur Softball are Interested in playing in the .
Colburn of Alabama over the., Association of America was recreation department's softball ohnson CHEMICAL DIVISION :
weekend. scheduled to open Wednesday program may begin registeringeach .
PIMM IT/IMP/ rand Snap Dirt., fticiit, WIL, U.S.A.
Mrs. Laura Wolfe of Dayton, night, April 8, at West Side afternoon 3:30-5:30: : at the OS. C.Johnson 1 Son, Inc., Riant, Wisconsin, U.S.A. :
Ohio Is spending some time with Park. Pratt St. Center.In ..
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Starlingand The Tournament Is sponsoredby the past years we have -. .
a children. the Starke Parks and Recrea- had a baseball program for boysof .
Mrs. Juanlta Overstreet was tion Department and the Garden this age group; but this year L BRADFORD cop S
LIVING COSTS visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Restaurant and will be composedof we are going to play softball
Green on Sunday. 12 teams. A tournament pass due to the problems that have mi
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye and will be required for admission. been encountered( by this age tr rap1i I
Beautiful Mobile Home Now Pam visited Mr. and Mrs. S.L. These can be obtained for $1 group in playing baseball, pri-
Buy a Roberts and family in Jackson- and are good for the entire tour- marily with pitcher and catchers,
and SAVE! ville Sunday. nament slate of game and of course being able to hit .

Our Low Overhead Means Savings For You! arrival Howard to Christensen the U.S. from, a recent Bris- SCHEDULESCHEDULE the ball. i............................................................a*.

bane Australia, was visiting the OF GAMES
Phone 964-6657 U. S. 301 North Roberts family. Before leaving

ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKER t Brisbane, Mr. Christensen had Wed., April 87:30: p.m., Pa Harold C. Wall Inc.
visited with Mrs. Tye's brother, latka vs Macclenny; 9 p.m., Says
Robert B. Keith, and family, who Gainesville vs St. Augustine .
,are now living In Brisbane. White Lion.
Thur., April 9- 7:30: Garden
Restaurant vs St. Augustine
Moose; 9 p.m., Ormond Vaug-
han vs Warren Motors Jacksonville -

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Friday, April 107:30: p.m., "
IIiAiJiliIrlill Jacksonville SCL vs Macclenny- -
Palatka winner; 8:43: :I.m., Or-
mond Optical vs Gainesville-
White Lion winner;10p.m., Tam-
pa vs Garden-Moose winner; HURRY!
11:30: Savannah Dixie Chrysler
winner.Warren Motors-Ormond Vaughan llFf S f/Y"R41,

Saturday games will begin at
9 a.m. and continue throughout /l\rlJOSp/'J' MPgyy
the d.iy with the final game for

Saturday scheduled for 11:30: p.m. ' tlrl11.P'Iy.r
Saturday night. The finals of the It '

IAIIIIIIIIIi" afternoon tour icy will beginning be played at 2:30: Sunday p.m. ENROLLMENT ENDS y:It',1;/.;.YOl:;:;er "p l.-il\r I,

WOMEN'S sorrraLL IN JUST [h"OY.r 8"pYVyisire' ry: j'ie 'Or

LEAGUE MEETING lO'lejj' :t.ct; 10.r .
SET MONDAY: APRIL 13 QC'C'lr/p .... 000 I/O/eGerf
: A meeting to organize: a Wo HURRY! FILL OUT FORM BELOW e'ltQI.I' .s.,4IIIOI
1. 1. I' man's Recreation Softball Lea- FOR INITIAL COVERAGE FOR YOU ANALLYOURTFAMILY! My '0, r eO/h /0 /leQth

,_,, gue will be held at the Starke iNti"tlil A'mre"r rrrceLIFE
: Recreation Department Monday CENTRA: NA11O:'JAl. DAYS 1'4.llTH.' '''' /
night, April 13, at 7:30: p.m. INSURANCE: ; COMPANY'S: 4fflt Fl MEAtSo nY
All womo'i', Interested in participating HOSPITAL INDEMNITY: : / '
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in this program should "TIM-FIVE; PLAN": oS IJ'C ,. OF PYp
-CAULKING SYLVANIA attend this meeting so that plans $500 per month for up to 553 liyi, each time you lire /'Ilf"liloPII ti
L can be laid out. hospitalized Ik-m-fits ,Infill (lie first day beforeWKo O'Ou.
; GUN 65, the eighth lav after 4/ 111I e"s.i'PI.
i LIGHT < age 65, the fifteenth /i'Dle. '
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m\\ { Baseball for boys 10, II, 'v 'v
-, ages $1,000 accidental death l benefit; $1,000)( common .., O
PANELING =:: 12 has begun with practice ses- currier travel dentil III D

FROSTED t J sions being held dally at the .50$ accidental death )benefit, t reduction and 502(
60. 75 Pratt Street baseball field. common carrier accidental. death benefit lifter age 65.
or 100 Anv boys who have not yet


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BHS Invitational Set Friday- SI; .. RTS I ILay

Runners from all over North Pole VaultLaw, OP, 12-6; .

Florida will be In town tomor- Walters, Pal. So., 11-6, Green, BUS Diamond

row (Friday, April 10) for'the Clay, 12-6.
1970 Bradford High School Invitational Triple JumpHenry, BUS, 4r
Track and Field 18-7: Grider, SA, 39; Flynn, ,

Championships.Schools JHS, 38. i.v
High JumpBarnes, Baldwin, i ; 7li! StraightLosing
accepting Invitationsto 6-4.; Murphey, BUS, 5-10; Ca- f y

the big meet are Palatka son,, Jax Butler, 5-11. ..,
South, Bolles St.Augustine Live 3000 M. SteepleWilkenson, their seventh straight 1 r 1tP

Oak, PK Vonge, Florida Dear PKY, 11:21: ; Johns, Pal. So., game Tuesday, Tor.mJj jase-
Baldwin, Green Cove Springs, 11:25: : Green, BHS, 11:00. ballers were bombed 12-2 by
Jacksonville Episcopal, Orange Live Oak.Chules.

Park, Lake City, Bishop Kenny, 440 R.Jax Butler, 43.9; Pal. 1T .j a L'
Fernandina Beach, Palatka Cen- So., 44.8; PKY, 46.0. Rr Buckner was the winning -
tral, Lake Weir, Callahan, Mac- 120HIlRackley[ Jax Butler pitcher as he tossed a three-

clenny, and BHS. 15.0; Gilder, SA, 15.0; Bostic hitter at the local nine. Johnny
Pal. So., 16.0. Brown w.s tha losing pitcher,
Trials will get under way at 2 Mile R- Baldwin, 8:50: ; LO, giving up 13 hits and the 12
3:30 p.m. in the high hurdles A::50; : OPt 8:50.: runs. He also had five BUS errors -

100-yard dish, 220-dash, and the 100Barther, Jax Butler, 9.6.; co.-nnitted; behind him.

440-yard relay. Trials and finals Douglas, BUS, 10.0; King, Pal. .r The loss left BUS at three '
In the shot put, discus, So., 10.1. wins and eight losses for the

and long jump will begin at 7 Mile RunGibson, Pal., 4:24,0: ; season.

p.m. with the 3,000 meter Clark, PKY, 4:36: ; Golden,. Pal. BUS three singles were by
steeple chase. SO.. 4:36. Mark Graudons, Tommy Tally, Members of the 1970 Bradford High golf team are (front row, 1-r)

Instead of the 180-yard low 880 RJax Butler, 1:32.6: ;; 44I and Willie Live Oak's lUcky Johns gale Johns, Luke Powell, and Coach David Hurse. Back

hurdles the 330-yard intermedIate LO, 1:34.4: ; Pal. So., 1:33.2.: leading hitter was Bob Cheek!;, row is Mike Fogg, Richard Roberts, Randall Zipperer, and Ed Wain-
who: went 3-for4 at the plate
hurdles will be run, according -
to Coach George Loper. 440Barther, Jax Butler, 50.9, with two singles and a double. wright.
Marcus, Jax Butler, 51.4, Rocn- HP drove in four runs.
Orange Park has won the event beck, SA, 53.1. Errors spelled the difference

for the past two years. Mile WalkLittler, PKY, 9:30; at Bolles last Saturday where FernandinaWinning

Runners to watch In the var- Keller, SA, 9:30: ;Armstrong, Pal. the Tornadoes were edged 43. Golfers Take OP

So., 8:10.: Mark pitched a fine ,
ious events will be: -
Hi- Rackley, Jax Butler,
Deaf 330 game, according to Coach Jim
Shot PutCotton Jax Butler, Fla., 44-9, 43.0; Grider, SA, 43.0; Murphey, Sweepstakes winners in Arts and Crafts at the Garlington, but five BUS errors two matches over Air Station Golf and Country stroke, and Richard Roberts shota

44-9; Rackley Pal.,So., 44-0. BUS, 41.4. Bradford County Fair last week were: Latain Tier res, made the difference. Both BITS Orange Park and Fernandina Club for the District Tourna- 43 while his opponent had a
880 R- Gibson, Pal. So., 1:57.1: Beach, Tornado golfers ran ment. They will play! 18 holes.
and Bolles had six hits.
Division Gene;
DiscusRackley, Jax Butler, ceramics (Junior ), and Kayburn, ceramics 51.The
McMahon, Fla. Deaf,2:02: ,Clark, Steve Holland was the winning their season mark to nine wins match was: played In Orange
144-11; Caldwill, Clay, 138; PKY, 2:04. !' (Senior Division). pitcher. Graudons was the loser and six losses. Tuesday the Tornadoes downed Park.
Coleman. O.P., 140. Park 10 strokes, 167-
SMROP, 2:04.4: ; Jax Episcopal Orange by
although he allowed only
Jax Butler,
Long JumpCason PKY 2:06. With dual meet 177. Dale Johns shot the lowest Last Tornadoes
2:06: ; : earned run. only one remaining Friday, the
21-11; Reese, OP, 21; Roberts, 220- Barther, Jax Butler,22.3; Fair WinnersBlue In Ora.ige Park last Tuesdaythe at Orange Park next score for the Tornadoes, a 40, faced Fernandina here and won

Baldwin, 20. Smith, Baldwin 23.6; J. Gilyard, Tornadoes lost 6-2 despitethe Tuesday, April 14, the Torna- but was the only BHS golferto by five strokes, 171-176. Johns

Pal. So., 23.1. fact that pitcher Larry Tanner does are !assured of a winning! lose as his opponent had a" had a 39, three over par, to

2 Mile RunGolden, Pal. So., fanned 10 and allowed only: season. 39. lead BHS Fogg had s 41, Rob-
Green BUS 10:25.8 ribbons winners In the Articles of Mvrlt- Mrs. Lola Mike Fogg had a 41, his op-
GLASSFOR 9:53.2: ; : ; two earned runs. erts 42, and Eddie Wainwright,
Kussmall, OP, 10:25.: food department, needlework, Johnson, vest. The Tornadoes committed six Next Thursday, April 16, the ponent a 43; David MRae shot number four man that day, hada

EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 1 Mile RSA, 3:35.2; Orange youth division, arts and crafts, GarmentsMrs.! Ha Weeks, cosily' errors, according to Tornadoes go: to Mayport Naval 43, beating his man by: one 49.

Park, 3:35.0: Jax Butler, 3:34.4.: and horticulture competition: at street d.-ss' Mrj. Lucille God- Coach Garlington.
the 20th annual Bradford County ; ., -- ---------- ari-- -_.
dress child's Smith limitedthe r-
Festivallast win, house skirt; Orange Park's
PURPOSE Fair and Strawberry Mrs. E.M. Norton, work apron; Tornid'Xjs to three hits, although -
FOR EVERY week are listed aelow. Mrs. Lucille God'Vi'i, ma.i's he struck out only two I I

GolferSenior (Editor's Note: Space does not shirt, duster, coat, pants suit BMS! batters
SHEA'SGLASS permit listing red and white ribbon Mrs. Linda Lawson, .dress & "Errors are making: the dif-

winners.) jacket; Mrs. Bob"3y Taylor! cape; ference. We are not fielding the
CO. Each of the eight or divisionshad overall Mrs. Lucille Godwin, slip,briefs, ball: and not getting enough hits," i Till Debt i
a sweepstakes
372-4315" 372-4351 winner. girdle, child's brief. Coach Garlington says. Tornado
pitching has been good, the
1313 N.W. 4th PlanGsmssvllb Mrs. Lola Johnson won the LinensMrs.. Doty Koons, table coach
; "' top award In the Foods Depart- clot says.
The Tormdoes Play Ferll.1.ldina -
ment with a strawberry pecan Vanity Set- Mrs. Calvin Henley there Friday, April 10, at

l cake and for the most unusual Jr. 4 p.m., go to Palatki Saturday, Do Us Part. i
use of str:wberrIes. Mrs. John- 2 Pillow i
STARKEBUSINESS April 11, for !a 7:30: p.m. game,
sI son also won the sweepstakes Pillow CasesMrs.. Doty and travel to St. Augustine next
needlework witha
5aAk prize for her Koons.
Tuesdij, April 14, fop a 3:45:
crocheted sweater. Quilts- Sallie Fowler. p.m. game. 1I

Jenifer Haas was! sweepstakes BedspreadMrs.. Ben Baker. The first step in the Sub- Victor's Tallymastcr: home addin< I

winner in the Youth Division with Quilts TopMrs.. Sallie Fowler. District Tojrmmont will be I machine is a handy little home appliance: that:

DIRECTORYAUTO her baked apricot squares. pijeJ! here next Thursday, .
Latain Herres was sweepstakes Pillow(DecoratedMrs.. E.M. April 17, with BITS mooting Jacksonville I might save! your marr age. Because it will

winner in the junior division of Norton, Sr. Gilbert at 7:3): p.m. save you money, the -lumber one problem I

SERVICE the Arts and Crafts Departmentwith Wa.l Hanginu-! Mrs. LolaJohn- I in so many marriages I

wAi.t praying a pair hands.of Gene glazed Rayburn ceramic: won son.Needlepoint- Mrs. Lola] John- I It adds, subtracts and multiplies. And t gives .

Gilbert S. Brown the sweepstakes in the so-t13rdivision Crewel Embro'dery-! Lola Runners Score I you a printed t tape for tax records.

with a painted ceramic Johnson. Precision-built to Victor business machine: .
Standard Oil !Service Station User. Stuffed AnimalMrs.. Lola 9 Points At I
ATLAS Johnson, whale. standards.! But decorator-staled! in the smartest: I

TIRES & BATTERIES Mrs. Lundy Prater wall Horticulture sweepstakes appliance: : colors-Avocado, Harvest Gold or I
In tho -
winner' Lee Relays
Budget Terms Road Service YOUTH
I \X dgwoud Blue. Electric models little
PHONE 9M-7071\ Department with her plant as .is 1

407 N. Temple Starke Cattleya Guatlemalc.isls. I ::69.95; hand-operated from $59.50.
Other b'ue ribbon: winners are: Tornado: runners scored nine I
Baked Products;: points "against: very tough Class A Tallymnster: ; pirsent for the family at
DEPARTMENT Barbara Godwin, corn meal I
FOODS competition"; at the Jack- Christmas could go a long way toward I
Baker muffins Jenifer Haas, apricot
HURST'SSHELL VegetablesMrs.. Ben ;
soi/ille Lee Invitational last Frl- .
tomatoes; Mrs. Nor'nan.: string squares; Am Allen, drop cookies assuring a: peaceful New Year. I
beans. (strawberry); Ann Allen, brown- Sophomore hurdler Jimmy An- I At most stationery: :and t lending: department! : \
Nor- ies Dixie Filly aw, decorated .
Service Station FruitsMrs. Margaret ;
drews scored seven of the nine I stores. Or write Victor Comptometer
cake Sunn McLeod, occasional: ;
man, pears. ;
lie fifth in the 120- I
Gay Oil Lubrication PicklesMrs.. Ben Baker, cake (rabbit); Tina Brown, butterscotch points. was Corporation, Chicago Ill., 60618.
Monarch Tires & Batteries Senior Mike FORST. placing Mrs. Norman, candy. yard high hard es in 15.4 sec- .
peach pickles; .
onds, fifth in 180-yard low hur-
301 ROAD 100!SERVICE Starke ball on tee, is one of bread bad butter pickles, and dles in 21.4, and fourth in the I FVICTORpersonal I
Mrs. Beverly Norman, sweet
BUS top golfers. 330-yard intermediate hurdlesin
Home 'neat> I
lime pickles. 42.7 seconds The latter seta adding machine I
Whole Peppers- Mrs. Eva An- Barbara: Godwin, picturecrewel. -
now Bradford High School re-
derson, hot peppers. cord. I I. I

TREE Don t CHOP.. RelishMrs.. Beverly Bryan, John Douglas equalled his best 1
Clothing .
i sweet relish.
pepper '
time of the In the
Preserves- Mrs. U.K. Tyus, Kathy Taylor, school dress, year 100-yard I .
DIG PULL dash to take a fifth pace! In I. I
pear preserves; Mrs E.M. Morton Pam Macy, one' place: deii,
STUMPS lie ,
ID-flat. scored the remaining I
.BLAST! watermelon rind. Barbara Godwin, apron. two points. 'I "' I
Marmalades and JamMrs.. /
I .
tremendous" is Coach
Ill OUR S1UMP GfWVflf AS Margaret Norman, strawberryjam. MiscellaneousBarbara George"Re-illy Loper's term for thop31r's ,1 'R\ ,. .
GodAr.i:: tea towel' ,s ally \
REMOVE THEM INEXPENSIVELY .. JellyMrs.. Lola Johnson, kum- Torode, octopus. performnces.Oll performances. in 1I "'\ : I

FREE ESTIMATES quat jelly; Mrs. Ben Baker, .
addition to the above
CALL 376.1766SAPP'STREESURGEDNS blackberry jelly; Mrs. ILK Ty- 830 Yard Paterson's: I .. '
us, Miyhaw jelly; Mrs. Beverly Frank Patterson o'l painting, Tin's 2:07.6: a new BlS! fresh- ". ( / I
L"r Bryan, strawberry jelly; Mrs. water co'or; Lew Clayton, char man record, and :Meng's 2:19.: .
Sam Rosenburg, hog plum jelly. coal or pastel; Frank Patterson, 330-jard Intermediate lIur- I r'

Speo'.iliiy! or NoveltyMrs.. pencil or pen; Greg \\liitalor! dlesMurphey's: 44.4, a new I
Lola Johnson, pear rings. Novelty; Latain lI rres. cera- IJIF. ju l'or record Dyal 53.3, -:
Collection of 3 Jellies- Mrs. mics (stained); Pam Raj burn, and Keys' 50.3 a new; DlISfreshmm : r I

TIME FOR NEW LIFE IN THE OLD SOUTH! Lola Johnoii." ceramics (glazed); Jim Lawson, : record oast j .I
Strawberry Collection, etc.- oil painting :Marion Finucan,
New growth, new color and a soft Mrs. T.I' Howell, Strawberry metal & leather craft1.1.: .. Two :Mile Run- Larry Green's I
new air spread across the South. It 10:25: a new frosh and a new _';h
Ci Syrup Combs, novelties; Gone !Rty- lili school I '{
: record Garrett's
starts along Mississippi, Georgiaand Best exhibit of canned meat- barn, ceramics (stained; Frace 10399. ; .
: Lowery's 10:53.1, and
Florida shores, wings qp Mrs. Lola Johnson. Faulkner, ceramics ((glazed). Corbett's 13:07.: : I .

through Alabama, catches the Baked Products-Breads-. .Ml of the above times< were I
ocean breeze of South Carolina, Billie Gds::stt btit: I:": the best turned In by each individual 4

caps mountains and fills valleys in Specialty Breads- Mrs. E.M. for the season. 1

Tennessee. And Southerners every Norton, persimmon cake. SENIOR: DIYiSIO'iHORTICU'LTU'RE.:; The 880-yard relayteam of I I

where pick up the pace, weary of Cakes (PlainMrs.. LolaJolulson FI.\'//lJI. Barber Bennett, and .
pound cake.
winter and ready for spring. Douglas ran a 1378.: The same I
Z Cakes (DecoratedMrs.. A.T. I
four ran a 2:03: sprint medley
in the
Your neighbors brewing Green, egg cake. Artistic:' De,:.ji rela '. Both were "pretty good I
industry are aware of the beauty of Cakes (occasionalMrs.. Lola I
:\ !Mrs. R.F. oung, Easter times for a make-up team,"
the season, too. We want to see Johnson, Rabbit Cake (Easter). according to Coach Loper I .,, .
nature kept natural (we support the CupcakesDawn Lamb, strawberry POTTED PL,\NTS .

Keep America Beautiful campaign). cupcakes. I
We want our region to thrive (our Cookies- Mrs. Lola Johnson, :Mrs. L.L. Fullw.jod, African! I

economic contribution helps). And Danish Cookies. Violet; Miss! Fj>'aiii3' Farabee, Softball Go I
to be PiesMrs.. Ha Weeks, apple African Violet; :Mrs. R.r. Young, 1 I
want pleas-
we our product a
Blue Single :\In. Luidy Prater,
ant part of it all (we care where it's pie.Candy- Miss Della Rosenberg, Cactus; :Mrs.; R.F. Young, Cactus Cunningham Gulf started slow I .
a: served). candied kumquats but came on stro.ig to drat< 1
Mrs. E.M.: : ,)rtJII: Cactus; :Mrs.
Plaza Lodge 12-2 in the finals .
Most Unusual Use of Straw-
Starke Recreation 1
of the
PO Box 273. Wint.r, Pirk fit berries In Baked ProductsMrs.Lola Foot); :Mrs Lundy Prater, Ro- Department .
Johnson, Strawberry Pecan Softball : .
Cake. Cattleyaurantiaca; and runs for both teams 1 .
Mrs. R.F. Young .
w.'i-s: ; scarce in the early innIngs I ..
Cattleya Empress Fredick, One- .J
Plaza drew first blood going I
NEEDLEWORK Stip'.tatlM' ; EpUIbaguense: : .
; iheiJ0> in the first inn- .
Lundy Prater, C-Guatemalensis
; 1111 but by the time the sixth
Dress. Mrs. Robert Allen; :Mrs. E.M.: Norton.; Suocu'ea'. inning: rolled around Cunninghamhad I II

Mrs. Bobby Taylor :Mrs. R.F. Young, Rhipsalis, Cactus exploded for 12 runs. 1I
Child's Sleep ear- Mrs. Lu- Collection.
Cuniingham collected 15 base
cille Godwin Child's Gown. hits paced by Jim Watts, Wayne I
KnittingMrs.. K.H. Tyus, I Bradford County
Sapp, and Ken Carlton, each going -
Baoy's SetMrs.. U.K. Tyus, CUT GARDEN FLO'.W.HSMrs. 3-for-4. Plaza's knnyJohns I
3 piece set. 3-for-3.

SweaterMrs.. Lola Johnson, !\ Lucille God vi.i, Bear3l was In the consolation game the I

(Woman's Sweater-) Mrs. Lola Johnson, Iris; :Mrs. Lola Johnson, bellow Recreation Department: team and I Telegraph Inc. I
Iris; :Mrs. R.F. Young Dutch Lawtey provided the fans withan
(:Man's) Iris; :Mrs Lundy Praur. Rose; exciting game with the Starke .
SweaterMrs.: K.K. Tyus,
:Mrs. :Nlta' Dial, Rose; :Mrs. ArllnMcknight boys coming from '.riiind: "3 do I
(Child's) : Verbc"I11l'S." ; : R.F. Lawtey in 14-10. Rec. Dept had I

AfghanMrs.MeritMrs.ILK Tyus.! Lola ojig.. AueajIrs.! ; : Lola John- 15 base hits led by Johnnie Pow- I
Article of son, Daffodil; :Mrs L.L. Full- ell's 3-for-4. Greg D3:11: WI 3- I

Johnson, vest set. wood, White Azalea' : for-4 for Lawtey who, as a team,
Afghan, MrJ. U.K. Tyus. had II hits. -- -- -- EaE to ---- - --natlw

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: In Clay County during!, UM
_, week of April 14-18 by the Clay

Keystone Florida Trail Association Members I : County Health Department In
[ ____UThe I cooperation with the Northeast
Hilitesl Florida Tuberculosis and Respiratory -

I By JIM Hike From Gold Head To PalatkaFlorida ; Among Disease the locations District.announced

L Please Phone in Your for the moble! x-ray unit

--- Trail Association co-leader Is Selmer Uhr of Pa- are the following:

BOWLING NEWS. (SMest. The party is open to the members hiked over portions of latka. Hudson Paper Co. has -Keystone Heights (Food
The Northeast: Florida Travel \)oubllc an j reservations should section 14 of the Florida Trail aided the Trail Association by Town. ), Tuesday, Apr. 14. 108.m.

League played ai. Palm Lanes. lie give to Mrs. Wright,. or on Saturday April 4. Section clearing a large section throughits to 1 p.m. .
Kingsley Lake
Gainesville, on March 9. Competitors Mrs. Bachmann. at 473-4973 or 14 extends from Gold Head property.; (Strickland'sStore
State Park members participated in \ ), Tuesday.:(! Apr. 14. 5 to(
cl the local team (De- 473-4189. to the Rodman Dam, Forty;
Wltt C. Jones) took' four, points MEMBER-GUEST south of Palatka. Saturday's hike including Jim 6 p.m.
from their opponents Gator TOURNAMENT PLAYED The hike was divided Into three Kern, a writer, photographer Clay Hill (Neighborhood Service -
Lanes of Jacksonville. Members:: of the Keystone sections, with bus transportation realtor from Miami. He is the Center), Wednesday. Apr.
Substitute Charlotte),) Culpsp Golf and Country Club and between sections furnished by founder and current president of 15. 11 am. to 1 pm.

:per had .high ime ,of 179 and their local and out-of-town, the Florida Forest Service. the Florida Trail Association.Five All persons 18 years of age
Areas covered Included Gold Boy Scouts from Delaware, and older are Invited to obtain -
guests first
Neoma Nelson had high! seriesof partisipated: in the
636 for the local team. The Meontsr Guest Tournament Head State Park, Highway 315, who are on a backpacking! tour free chest x-ray at these
to George's Lake and Nine Mile of Florida, and Scouts from Jack locations.
team now has a iotal serIes of held at the golf course Saturday -
Swamp on the property of Hud- sonville, Orlando and Keystone
which sri! Sanday. Aprl: 4-5. -- -
3748. places them Itt ::
son Paper Company In Palatka. Heights also accompanied the
paints tout of f.rst: place. This was originally! scheduled Garden Club
The Florida Trail Is similarto hikers.
Final competition! in ths to be 36-hole tournament the Appalachian Trail, In that Of particular interest to the Idle DredgeIdle To Meet Apr. 23
Travel League Bowling season with full handicaps" used on It Is a marked footpath over group was the section through
will be hell at Gator both rounds. However, 'weather public and private lands (by per- Nine Mile Swamp at the headwaters At Bridges HomeThe

JacksonvUle, on April 12. Tho conditions:! :resulted in a cancellation mission only>' which is open to of Rice Creek. This area now for more than a year, that the U.S. meander line of through his attorneys, Ownbey
local team 'will be playinz of S3 urcbY's scores. hikers who are members of the was used by the Spaniards 200 while the controversy over bulk- 1833 closely followed the mean plans to ask the State Supreme Garden Club of the
members from Jet Lanes of Tcurnament Cha.'rman Charlie Florida Trail Association. When years ago In an attempt to grow head lines continues, this Ott high water line as located pre Court for a declaratory decree Lakes met In March at the
Sanford. Following the tournament Head announced Saturday completed, it will present a 700 rice. The swamp is criss- Corporation dredge remains tied vious to any dredge and fill act establishing the demarkation line home of Mrs. Joyce Strickland:
a banquet and awards afternoon that only scores entered mile hiking pathfromEverglades crossed with dikes, which held to its moorings in Seminole ivities. Due to the impracticability (high water mark) separating the to enjoy: an afternoon '"'With Dr.
presentation will .be sponsored( 'for Sunday's\ 18-hole City, to Panama City.; the water in the rice paddies Ridge subdivision on the East of now locating the original state-claimed lake bottom from Oliver Austin of Gainesville.
!toy the league. mini: would bs counted for The entire route Is roughly until harvest time. Breaks in Shore of Santa Fe Lake. mean high water line, application the privately-owned upland pro- Dr. Austin spoke Informallyon
LITTLE LEAGUE awardir gift certificates. laid out and divided into sections the. dikes were then made to Officials of the Internal Improvement for purchase should be perty. the subject of birds of this
OPENING DELAYEDThe Weather conditions did not of 25 to 50 miles, witha allow the water to discharge so Fund ordered the corporation made for any work dane: on lands Ott has alre'\d,)' sold 64 lots locality.!.:
Keystone Heights Little Improve on Sunday, but the leader and co-leader assigned that the rice could be harvest.- to stop its dredge-and- lakeward of the U.S. meander in the Seminole Kldjre\ subdivision A short business

League tasetall: season, scheduled tournament camnVHee ruled to each section. Permission must ed.When fill operations until a bulkhead! line," which are all that It initially Was conducted by Mrs. meeting
to open Sltur ay. April 4. that entrants wculj:!. have to be obtained from private property the English drove the line (mean high water mark) Apparently, what the IIF board developed before being ordered Barker, acting president.Marion A
was a victim of the weather. complete their 18-h:1s in or- owners to allow membersto Spaniards out of the area, the had been established. Other- is saying is that Ott Corporation to stop operations. It Is new member
hike the Each rice paddles were neglected and wise, Ott might be filling in should with the state attending was
trail. negotiate
The all-day rain resulted In der to quarry lor prizes. on section now clearing some upland pro- Mrs. Hazel Clark
postponement of the .scheduled First place winners in the leader does the ground workof consequently returned to their on state properly, according to for purchase of any land that perty for sale as lots or acreage of Nelson'sPoint.
double ] eaer.:! ladles div..s'.on: Included local obtaining permission! ,planning natural state as cypress swamps. the OF, which Is now claiming it has filled In lakeward from and still has 2,200 feet The
golfer! Fran Chesslngton and the route, marking and clearing Portions of the area have recently title to fresh water lake bottomsup the 1833 U.S. meander line. of lake front for possible deve; April 23 meeting will be
Little League President (
her guest. Carolyn Hamilton. the trail and preparing maps. been cleared to enable the to the high water mark.In Ownbey thinks this is somewhat lopment.In .held at the home of Mrs. Roy
Coach Lyn Kirtley announcedthat hikers to walk a letter written to Ott presIdent l ridg s at I p.m. Mrs. Willetw
This an opportunity since
The winning combination posted is often done with the aid rediculous, the meindor the meanwhile, the d>*edgo
the next games will be of local residents. along and observe the top of H.L. Ownbey last January, line "is way up on the hill In sits idle, and the courtslike Vogh will show colored slides
played on Saturday, April 18. : a ?best-tall, honors score ef to 70.local Second Boy Scout Troop 105 of Key- the old dikes HF said: "This office has reviewed the scrub oaks" and has no the mills of the gods, grind of her recent trip to the Far
Four new sponsors were obtained pace went stone Heights has helped to cleara The next scheduled event for the exhibits furnished by relation to the high water mark, slowly. East.
for the Little League golfer Fran Livingston and her portion of the trail in Clay members of the association is you (surveys, etc.) It is felt he says.
this year. The league now con- partner Eileen Lee, with their Santa
the Fe
and Putnam Counties. The section a cana trip en
s'sts of teams sponsored by !score of 72. leader for this area is Al- River on April 25. Group To Attend

McKay Realty, managed by Mike Redfearn and hlr dan Stone of Leesburtr and tho Benefit Game Lake Law
Pre-School Set HearingIn
Tom Martin: Kim's Shell Service guest. Hal Wright, led 'tha! -. Registration
men's comp t1t1on w'th a 2930 For Bleecher Fund
managed by Loye Had: Tallahassee
Banner Food Market managed : combination which placed tival Beauty Contest held Ir Saturday NightThe For Kindergarten, 1st Grade
/Iby Ronnie Homer: and a team'' them 11 strokes under::! par for Starke Saturday evening. Miss NEWS NOTES
Jointly sponsored: by GUI and 'the day. Huntley Redfearn Sr. Lovern, a senior at the University A delegation of members of
Booster Club of All Clay County pupils who will the
Keystone pupils at
same Pupils
MUch's Dairy fisher and American and his partner Rogsr Keddy of Florida: where she By Helen Egan: be first the Lake Region Citizens Committee -
entering for the
Heights will grade who! will be five
sponsor abenefit year old on or will
leave Tallahassee
in second place with 64.
Lsgion. Pst 202, managed came is majoring in elementary education
first time in
basketball Satur- September are requested before January 1 1971
The team of Everett Fox and game are eligible this afternoon (Thursday) In order -
by Fox., "' Durrsll Vincent tied: Don currently reigns as COMMUNITY CHURCH( day. Apr. 11, at 8 p.m. :In the to register during tho to attend kindergarten this to attend a hearing on proposed .
Season(! game \\.1: be playedat Florida's Miss REA. Rev. Al Reese, who is doing KHS gym between the High week of April 13-17, at the local fall. The same forms required legislation before the Public -
the new field 'located at the and' his partner Paul Kaufmann. son of Mr. graduate work at the Universityof School varsity 'team and the school they would be attend'jig for first grade pupils will be Lands and Parks CommitteeIn
Keystone H3lghts High! School.A Bob Kemp for third place hon. and Mrs. George Kaufmann of Florida, was guest preacherat Sportsmen's Club. this fall. Pupils who are, or issued to parents of prospect- Room 168 of the Holland Building -
concession stand concrete, ors with team scores, of 67. Lake view Dr'.ve,: has bsen visiting both Easter Morning Worship All proceeds will 'be used for will be six years of age on or ive !kindergarten pupils. at 8 a.m. Friday.
dugouts. back top, floodlights I A 'social hour was held Eat- with his family, and Services. Due to so much ill- the purchase .of yew bleachersfor before January 1, 1971, are eli "Although the legislature has Hill Baker, chairman of the
and bleachers have now been, urday: and Sunday evenings friends following an overseas's ness among the members of the the KHS stadium. gible to enter first grid! in made no change in klndorgir- Citizens ComTitttee, has urgedall
installed tit the new playing for the players >and their tour of duty Ha was to report Adult and Celestial (Junior) September. Birth certificates ten plans to date, the county must members' of the group to attend
field. guests. On Sunday evening Tuesday for his new assign- Choirs, they were unable to give should be presented at regis assume that we would have: the the hearing, if possible.
Officers for ths! season Include Tournament Chairman Charlie ment in Orlando. the Cantata on Good Friday evening meeting will be at 8 p.m. on tration. However, if birth certificates same units that we utilized In Baker says it Is apparent that
Presdent: Lyn Klitley' Head presented gift certlRentes Chris Zowarka son of Mr. However, thier several anthems April 21, when Grand Chapter are not possessed at 1969-70, plus perhaps two or the state is attempting to "taka
VicePresident Eiwln:! Bennett : to the winners. and:! Mrs. James Zwartca. returned during the two Easter reports will be given. Worthy this time, they must be presented three additional units where available over" the lake bottom .of all
and Secretary -Treasurer Gilbert [ HERE 'N THERE : Monday to Central Florida Services were enjoyed by a large Matron Jo Reed and Worthy Patron when the child enters classroom space per- Florida fresh water lakes, mean-
Reed.TEEING Mrs. H. L. Sutton left on Academy follcwinj a twc- number of people. Many folks, Gilbert Reed will preside. school in September.At mits expansion," Supt. Je3Se dered or otherwise, and Is seek-
OFF! Friday morning for 3-week week visit with family and spending the holiday weekendat the time of registration, Tynes said. ing new laws to clarify the rightsof
The Woman's Golf Association visit with family ani friend friends.: their cottages from other HOMEMAKERS CLUB parents will be expected to pick "The cooperation of all pa lakefront property owners.
sponsored a Bl'nd: Part dn Norfolk. Va. Marshall Beam arrived cities, attended the services. One The monthly meeting of the up necessary health forms for trons is requested in this pre- The Citizens group Is asking
ner's Turnam at their regular Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Redfearn home Sunday morning aftera family, Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Og- Homemakers Club of Clay County physical examinations requiredby registration. It will be most help that fresh water lakes beexempt-
Sr. were in Miami recently of in Vietnam, den from Jacksonville are movIng is held at 10 a.m. at the state law ful to tho county; and to the ed from regulations applying to
April duty
play on Thursday tour City Hall. The regular meetingand All parents of pupils who will local schools In
for a visit with their permanently to their homeon planning for salt water bodies, and also wuits
tie for firstDiace which his last assignment
There woe was
2. a demonstration will be presented start kindergarten in beginning classes "
White Sand Lake. Septemberare (September
son and daughter-in-law.! Mr. certain criteria for the establishment -
,between the teams of before receiving h's discharga.
from 10 to 11 a.m. and reauested to register those the Superintendent,
and Mrs. Robert Redfea-n.: In- homecoming Jeff Davis Is the new custo- / said. of demarkation lines
Thelma Wallacs-Blllie: Danisan1 This was an Important dian of the Community Church then the Kraft Cheese Co. will
Ch'seington. fant granddaughter:! Christy. for Marshall who was between state and private property -
Penny. Grace Hacker receive, was grandparents the center of Huntley attention! and for greeted ,by his! wife' Nancy Sr.buildings continues, while his Barry splendid Wyman care a.m.present to a which demonstration interested at per-11 .-.....-...... Baker on says fresh: that water a lakes.large delegation -

ed a prize for lew putts.. her for the and their first ch ld. Julie of the grounds. Easter week was sons are invited. Entrance, will be helpful at the 8
Kathy who siw VOICE
The lades! will begin competition first tlm!. This is the Redfearn's who arrived, January 12. Other abloom with green lawns, azaleas please, by side door to the hall. a.m. Friday meeting, and: has
for the annual Presi (all greeters included Marshall'sfamily / and dogwood, and inside On April 28 the Clay County expressed hope that 5'')") mem-
fifth grandchild.
dent's Cup Tournament on th9: Bill Beams (both the church Memorial Easter LilIes Council of Homemakers Club will OF THESportsman bers will make the trip to Talla-
9. The tournament girls) and the first chill for Junior and Senior) >and Nan- have the
Thursday April gave a picture of God's love, bi-monthly Council hassee.
will! run for three consecutive Bob and wfe.THOMASBRIGGLE. cy's parents Mr. and Mrs. and the Resurrection. These Meeting at the Green Cove ,

Thursdays with scores Ernest McLean. memorial flowers are from people Springs Extension Office, at 10 Ii)

'being based on the best two Mr. and Mrs. W. Rowan Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pang- who contribute to the "Book a.m. followed by a covered dish \ BY MIKE CHITTY "\Vc should never resent
out of three rounds.:! Thomas. Sr. announce the engagement born, of Jacksonville, were of Golden Memories" and after luncheon. Plans are in the making old. Think of the
The Ladle Club Champion of their daughter. v'sltlng their parents, Mr. and:! service are sent to the ill or for a Workshop for the An- growing
ship is scheduled to'start Sunday JoAnn, to JanvM A. Brlggle. Mrs. Don Pangborn and Mr. shut-in friends and members., nual Bazaar next December, of many people who never had the
April 12. The ladles w'.ll' son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. and Mrs. Kent Cantrell, over Mrs. Albert Bachmann, 474-4189, the Council, and Homemakersare .opportunity to do so."-A. E.

:be placed in flights according Brlggle of M'aml.'! the weekend.Mr. is in charge of the Foundation planning to continue their HI, Sports Fans! Having' any afternoon, after the rain, Roy Cay; Sr., The News ( Robertson
to their current handicaps. Miss! Thomas was a 1963 and Mrs. Lon Rushton Fund. Easter Sunday flowers meetings after the May closing luck? You would think as highas and 13111 Grove caught 6 bass, County, Tex > Messenger.
The WOA ladies have been graduate of Bradford,:: County were In Clearwatsr' last week from the "Book" were in memory meeting of three months. Mrs. the winds have been, and roughas .one II 3/4 Ibs., the others 9,
Invited: to participate in a free High School and tj employe- for: business and pl '3sure. of Mrs. R.N. Sunderland's Agnes Cuendet is chairman. the lakes have been(especially 7, and 4 Ibs., and a 2 lb. tagged
golf tournament >and luncheonat at Methodist Hosptal: In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wright, of father, and for C. Sample by Santa Fe "Ocean"), that there fish. Il.T. Cone, Ellis Furney,
the Green Cove Springs, sonville. Ooala. were weskenl:! guests of his wife, Mrs. Sybil Sample, PERSONALS wouldn't be any\ fish caught because and Mr. Broomo caught 6 bass
Reynold Park Golf C'ub on Her fiance was a 1965 graduate Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redfearn. former residents of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Batch- no one would be out tryIng Fridav and 5 Saturday. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

Tuesday.!!:!! April 14. Members of Hlaleah High! Schoolin Mr. and Mrs. William Hulme, Lake. elder of Tuckerton, N.J. have 'em. But that's just not so, -
who wish to play, in the tourn- Miami. Mr. Brlggle recently of East Liverpool, Ohio, were moved into their new Keystone I've heard quite a few reports
completed military! : service In guests !lost week of Mr. and EXECUTIVE BOARD home, permanently. The houseis from people who braved It and
ment must sign at the club
up The planning of the Church next door to Mrs. BatcheIder's
the Navy ana': Is now employed Mrs. Phil W:.'ght. most of them caught fish. Roy
by Friday' April 10.
with Southern BeU In Jack Cmdr. (Ret.) and :Mrs. Ed. Women Board were along the brother and sister-in-law, Griffin, for one, just seems like ,.
BRIDGE PARTY lines of the next two months, the Houston Driscolls. March 30
sonville. the weather doesn't even exist,
The ladles of the Woman's ward O'Brien and children beginning with election of officers was Mr. Driscoll's
birthday so
Wedding plans will be announced he just keeps fishing and bring- DIRECTORY
Golf Association! are sponsoring' 'were recent guests of Mrs. 0' for 1970-71 at the General it was celebrated with a dinner ing 'em in. Let's take a look
at later date.
a bridge party at the clubhouse Congratulations In order Brien's mother. Mrs. O. Bennett Meeting on April 6. The Board to which Mr. Driscoll's daughter and I'll show you what I mean. ..
on Friday April 17, at are and Mrs. O'Brien's br :th. recommended that additional furnishing Miss Jane Driscoll of Camp Griffin's Lodge (east shore !C.t
Elaine! 20-
for Miss Lovern.
1 p.m. Mrs. Phil Wright and old daughter of Mr. and er and Mr. and be purchase by the Crystal Lake, and her coworkers Santa Fe), reported a good week HKAI7TY SHOP
Mrs. Albert Bachmann an year Mrs. Edwin Bennett. The O'Brlen's Church Women for the Youth Mrs. Harriet Flower and for the fishermen despite lousy .
Mrs. Richard T. Lovom. who
hostesses! for this event. are presently readingIn Building (the Annex). Mrs. Marie White were guests. conditions. Tuesday, Roy Griffin KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Admission will be $1 per was crowned 1970 Strawberry Maryland but have future April-May months will be cele- Mrs. White is Worthy Matronof fished alone for 45 minutes .. 1-. "-
Queen at ths Strawberry: Fes- plans which Include retirementIn brating the 20th anniversary of the Micanopy Chapter of OES. and caught 3 bass totaling 18 ". SHOP
..............- .- .-.-.-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--- Keystone Heights. the Church Women with Mrs. Airman 1st Class Paul Kauf. pounds, which Included a 4-

Guests 'Of Mr. and Mrs. C. Gertrude Christoffers as first mann had a six-day leave from pounder, a 6-pounder, and an ,. EDITH JOHNSON. Owner
: TAKE THE HIGH E. Suter Incl-ide Mr. and:! Mrs.A. chairman of one Circle which his six months tour of duty in 8-pounder. Wednesday, Roy and ':L.. ., Pemonal and Creative Hair Sty!.
-' '.__ I A. Hughes! cf Portsmouth.Va. meets evenings. Up to date, there Oklnowa, the Kadena Base. lie Mr. Zellner caught 12 bass, up ii-- ,< Injf Every Form of Beauty

i 'c r JUMPS ., Mr. Frederick Johnsonof are five day Circles and two is now stationed at Camp Mc- to 7 pounds. Roy caught 5 Thurs- Culture -TiK*:>!4.-Sal. 9-*; closed!
(Manns Harbor. N. C.. Mrs. evening Circles, that provide for Coy Base in Orlando, in capacity day morning, and his brother, :Monday.
E. M. Potter of Miami, and the business women and mothersof of Aircraft Mechanic His John Griffin, of Tallahasssee,
-' small children. The early his- sister, Janet, is a June graduate -
Sometimes you must : Mrs. Andy Elders of Marion caught 8 bass Thursday evening, NURSERY
/ Ohio. The ladies are Mr. and: tory of both the Community of Keystone Heights High including a 9 1/2 pounder.
i i I take a "high IuP" to : Mrs. Suler's daughters. Church, which Miss Gertrude School and has passed her tests Roy says the bass have movedup
Mrs. Durrsll Vincent. ,Houser Is computing, from 1924; for employment at the University into the grass, and the specs
: surmount an obstacle i of iMr.Orange and Pruk.: were week and the Church Women's recordsby of Florida. should come back on the beds O.C. Carnes Nursery

...->" some major this reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. For-
i emergency : end .guests of Mr. and Mrs. on or around thenewmoonwh.ichwas Thousand1 of plants
den of West Hartford Conn. flew
in your life. Other times, : Everett Fox. Mr. Vincent and: on the 6th. So you better Fruit Tree -Shade Trees
EASTERN STAR down for a visit with Mr. and get out there. The only specs
your "jump" is to bett.r : Mrs. Fox participate! :the In local th3 The Installation of Grand Of- Mrs. Robert Ferrell of Lake reported caught last week were Evergreens
golf tournament at ficers of the Order of Eastern Brooklyn. Mrs. Ferrell is Mr. three by Alan Griffin.I My father, James, Alfred Hudson Camellias & Azaleas
ii( living in a home of : club over the weekend. Star will be held Friday evening Forden's mother It also was just had another flash that and Buddy rills: caught a MOST ALL IN CANS
your own, for instance. .. Cot (Ret.) and M's. H. F. April 10, In Jacksonville Mrs. Ferrell's birthday on Easter the specs were coming back on nice string of 16 bass in Orange
Hamilton, tf Charleston. S. C., ANY TIME:
Coliseum. and a family celebration the bed Sunday afternoon. Griffins Lake last Saturday. James and
In either case, a healthy i have been v'siting: ''With Col. The next Keystone Chapter was enjoyed.Mr. had a busy weekend. Roy, Buddy caught 12 on Sunday. Beautiful Roses -
(Ret.) and Mrs. James Ches- Zellner and Fur- While there Saturday they ran LandscapingPhone
bank account will give : and Mrs. Jerome Scott George Coy
playedIn :
i elngton. Bi'th couples into Mr and Mrs. Dinklns and
ney caught 17 bass last Friday,
you the "lift" you need. the golf tournament over shower. given in her honor va! of Packanack Lake, Wayne, N.J., and 16 on Saturday. Johnny Hagen, of Starke, with 659.2165
S -:=::: I ::-. : the weekend. Ur mall, last week. Local and family spent several Scott'sfather daysat Saturday evening Roy and Ellis 10 nice bass.
: A-;""- :::' : Mr. and Mrs. Don Shackle- friends of Mrs. Banclu. who Eastertime with Ashton Mrs., and her Furney went out and the latter That's all for this week, folks. 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

m ford entertained Mr. and Mrs. will be remembered' : as the aunt ,Mrs.Robert Elizabeth M. Pater, caught a 10 1/2 lb. bass. Sunday Goodbye and good luck. Hwy. 100 at FiorahomeS.

: Bttt way to have the cash you nttd when you need i ifit : Robert Kemp of Gainesville ;former Miss June Rldaught, of Nelson's, Point. -

a savings account, now and keep it growing. last weekend.! The men were decked! that the long distance E. McKAY. REALTORSenior
to open : contestants: in the Keys ton" wasn't going to stop them So many of Keystoners have DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

: IN GET : Member.! Guest Tournament. from giving a surprise shower' been and are still 111 and hos Member Society o<
COME ACQUAINTED Golfing g-ierts: 'Cf Mr. and for their friend so thy mailed pitalized. Mrs Camille Stewart, Residential Appraslers
i Mrs. Gene Hacker last week their ind'vldual gifts frcm and C.W. Owens of Crystal Lake We Help You Finance

KEYSTONE( STATE BANK : end were :Mr. and Mr" WU- the poet office on the same have their only homes recently following returned several to STARKE Trailer lots $300.-Up

liam Burke of Jacksonville.: PHONE:' 961G200KEYSTONE The Best In Lake Front
-x-n1ter FJJ.C. K.T.UIM HeishU! FU. :\ !Mrs.. Kenneth Cooper) of day.Frlnds of Mr. and Mrs. weeks Davis still under Mrs. doetar's Clarence Homes Acreages. Rentals
Lake Brcooklyn. repsrU that :Banclu will M Inlersst'd: in Mrs. Melba Ilren Associate
: 'Yoar Friendly Bank In Ywur Frkpdly 5\ Mrs. Gil Banclu. of Ft. learning that they are srhed- care, and quiet rest fol- HEIGHTS Keystone Office 473-43U

: CQaDauUr Leavenworth, Kan., was pleas 'tiled make trans'er to an .
: j to a (Continued on Next Pace) Homes -473-4740 473-4411
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_".40 ,, ". ,, -.. "., Furney and Mr. Broome of Bar-
liston, came up last Sunday and\ team in an exhibition football Wednesday Lou and Mrs. Dyal ther-in-law and sister Francisand wick, Ga. were guests at Grif
NEWS NOTES stayed with us until Wednesday game at Keystone High School. took Carolyn and Buddy to catcha Dick Hilliard, have movedto fin's Lodge over the weekend. fry.Well folks that seems to be

MELROSE afternoon. Sunday dinner guestof This was quite an accomplishment plane home. Well you've read Phoenix, Ariz. The are hop- Friday night the Griffins enter- all of the news for this week,

By BlM .... the Chittys were Lonnie Mel- as well as a thrill for the "Millers News Report" now ing to find a better climate for tained Mr. Cone Zellner, so until next week so long. .

By Joyce Row ton and son Otis of Hampton.Otis him. T.C. Is another exampleof let's see what else happenedout M..... Smith' asthma. Broome and Furney with a fish

had supper with us Monday and what can be accomplishedwith here. Nancy and Dick Youngblood ....................-.......................
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(From Proceeding: Pace] we were visited by my aunt will-power, selfdetermination Mr and Mrs. James Robbins daughter Rica, and Bobby and .

Teenie Crenshaw and daughter and lots of self-confidence. attended the graduation of their Margie Youngblood and son Rob-

(lowing a month of special can Well, here I am again, back Joan of Gainesville Wednesday, Believe me, I speak from ex son Jimmy Weber, who gradu- bie of Jacksonville were week- i Owen Joist Company of Florida i

In Alachua General.We in Melrose and writing the news we were visited by Mrs. Peggy perience. Mrs. Nell Thorne and ated from Naval Recruit Boot end guests of Robert and Jackie
to We enjoyed rI three Hersey (my cousin)of Theressa, daughter of Charleston, S.C.Lou's Camp in Orlando, and broughthim Lanier and sons Bobby and Bub- -
are months
Mrs. Mabel sorry Husbands report is In Riverside that down South and I don't then Rev. Melvin Hamel of ( sister), arrived Tues- home with them for a visit. ba. Jackie was happy to report : HEEDSDRA1'"I'SMAN i

Hospital, 422 in- believe we could have pickeda Hampton Baptist Church. Sun- day morning for a visit, and Jimmy visited! his grandmother, that she will be going back to .

Jacksonville. Her room sister Mrs., better time to go. The weather day night supper guests of the was joined Friday by her hus- Mrs. E.B. Watkins In Georgia, work Monday after being off for .-

Olive Stevens is was simply beautiful, especially Chittys were Merle and Buddy band, Don, and their son. Mr. and will be visiting his parents several weeks following surgery.
better as she, has feeling been on a the bi. considering what the rest Ellis of Gainesville, Raymondand and Mrs. Buddy Kelly of Guan- until the 21st., when he as to Fred and Vera Swearingen received : TRAINEEHigh School graduate, :

sick list for weeks. of the country had. Gladys! Malphurs and John- tanamo Bay Cuba also arrived report to Monterey, Calif. a .Miniature Dachshund preferable with Home mechanical drawing and have :

John Huckett and family from It's nice to be back, though ny Hurst of Jacksonville. Cor- Tuesday, due to the death of We wish to extend our sym- puppy from Fred's mother, Mrs. : completed military obligation. -

Maryland spent a short visit in especially when friends tell you Inne Thieman of Jacksonville Buddy's mothers, Mrs. Claire pathies to our dear friends, the Fred Swearingen Sr. of Jack- .

Keystone largely on business.He you were missed and how goodit visited us on Saturday.Sam Williams, of Jacksonville. Mrs. Pete Barton family upon the sonville. They named the puppy APPLY TO :

is the son of the late Jesse is to have you back. Dorothy and Charles lIen- Kelly Is also Lou's sister. Bud- death of Pete's brother, J.C. Heidi, so "Howdy to Heidi Swear- :
and Ferns Huckett of Keystone It's Hard to believe how many ry Butler of Ormond Beach and dy's aunt, Mrs. Kathleen Mack- Barton, of Tampa. J.C. drowned ingen and her parents! OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA :

Lake They went on to visit things can happen in a small Charles Strandberg of Jackson- le, and Mrs. Peggy Hartman of Tuesday, on a fishing trip with Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Bell of LINCOLN CITY ROAD
Mrs. Huckett's mother in Tampa. town in three months. We found ville spent the weekend with Mrs. Coconut Grove, visited them dur- some friends. Jacksonville George Zellner of S FLORIDA :ie.

Carl Patzen, a friend of Hunt- that in the short time we were Jo Strandberg.Mrs. ing the week. Friday they all Jerry Music is home on leave Jacksonville, H.T. Cone of St. : STARKE,

ley Redfearn, Jr., was an Easter gone: David Reid and sons of attended Mrs. Williams' funeralin \ from the U.S. Navy, and was Augustine and Coy and Ellis ....SSSSSS.................... ..........,

weekend guest of the Redfearns.He A new gas station had been Jacksonville and C.F. Shawyerof Jacksonville. Saturday night, visiting his grandparents, Mr.

then went on for a visitto neary completed next to Ford's West Va. spent Monday with the three sisters Lou, Nell, and and Mrs. George Ellis. Wednesday -

Miami, and is contemplating Grocery.Mr. Mr and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. Carolyn and their husbands hada he left for Savannah Ga., I WE CAN ASSIST-VOLT
retirement soon to Florida. and Mrs. C.W Durbin Raymond and Gladys Malphursof steak cook-In. Due to the wea- to visit his sister and other I I
have sold their home and land Jacksonville next doorat relatives before for Nor-
Newcomers and owners of the were ther, Jack had to barbecue in leaving
former Andrewson home on Key and those who purchased it are their lake home from Fridaytill the fireplace. They were all folk, Va. N In Preparing Your N

stone Lake have moved their planning to turn it into a recreational Tuesday. Their weekend joined Sunday by Lou's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith,

furniture into the home, from area for campers in guests were Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Mrs. Rubv Dyal of Gainesville. who have been visiting her bro-

Maryland. Only part of the fam- the surrounding areas. It will Causey and Mr. and Mrs. John g INCOME TAX RETURN ohT

here at be complete with a restaurant, Hurst and children of Jackson-
are present.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pinon camping fishing areas, ville.
of Smith Lake enjoyed an Eas- ponies for children to ride. The Jack Miller family was REASONABLE RATES M I

ter phone call from their daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Odom very busy last week. Let's see Owen Joist of Florida Inc. needs able
have moved Into their lovelynew E
what to. Monday
they were up Phone
ter, Mrs. Yvonne Lebke of CIn- or CimWm: for an
have bodied factory help.. No experience
mobile home.
cinati, Ohio. Mrs. Lebke had T.C. and his parents, Jack and neceosary.
planned to attend Easter Church also joined the ranks of grand- Lou, were in Lake City; enrolling steady work overtime. fringe benefits.IF APPOINTMENTA
parents with the recent arrivalof T.C. in Forestry School
Services but their home is
to their soninlawand YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY T
a high elevation and the snow a son in Lake City Junior College,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul where he will go next fall. T.C., ATOWEN
.'all was getting too heavy, preventing TOWN FINANCE CO. A
driving safely. Pendleton. who is handicapped with Polio JOIST

Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chlapini which requires him to wear a 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE. FLORIDA
are eagerly awaiting the arrivalof leg brace, fulfilled a long-time X
who have been wintering Smith
Lake, left Easter Saturday for their first grandchild in Sep- ambition last Friday when he Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday, Telephone 964-7449
7:00 A.M. Tn Sf)0) P.M.
tember. played Center on the Seniors
Florence, S.C. and then on to
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durbin

Keytucky for a visit with rela- ,lave sold their home and will 4_ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ __ ___ _ __ __ _. _ _ __ __ _ _ I
tives, and their final home in
soon be moving, probably to Key-
Kansas City, Kan. They liked
Keystone and the activities here L S IA01
Incidentally Mr.and Mrs. C.W.
and are expected back in the Gulf Service
Durbin purchased the Helfrich

Fall.Mr. house and are currently in the USED PARTS
and Mrs. Bruce Brookerof
Green Cove Springs spent process of moving. Top Price f.r Wr ek" (Ian

the Easter Holidays at their vacation Mr and Mrs. George Wodey 24 Hour Wrecker Aerrlo
have moved their trailer out
home on Smith Lake.They
near Mr.and Mrs John W. Perry. Fuel Oil -
are making retirement plans to
Bet you didn't know so much Uied Car -
be permanent residents at Smith in months! MEN WAHTUD! -+ Laundry
Lake happens three CLASSIFIED AD RATES PUMPSNEW Hwy. 101 N. Wild
Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Babingtonand worker. Kitchen olds labor- 4M-IWS
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hanson AND George E. LaRue
sons, Robert and Harvey, Minimum Charge 1.73: ers, cottage parent, watch- USED JIMMY MOORE'SSUN

visited Hanson's for a few days Mrs.Miss of Melbourne spent a couple of (Covers 15 words) man, cooks and clerics, ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep SPORTS INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
days with her sister and family, keeper truck driver. Five .& Shallow Wells WANTED LISTINGSOn
Sandy Swinford formerly of Fire Homeowner
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and ach word over IS-7c day week eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters Homes and Acreage. Buyer
Gainesville and now at Fernan- :MOORE
dina Beach, where she is em- Melissa. 50c', Extra Charge U not State; retirement, vacations. Expert Service On LIFE & ACCIDENT Waiting. Strout Realty, Bey.
ployed.Mr. Members of the Melrose Jun- paid In advance sick leave. If interested, please All Makes YOUR MONEY Keystone Heights 473-469 Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
ior Woman's Club are selling apply. !In Personnel Starke 'h. &8t- T9'
and Mrs. Wm. Lang of person Plumbing Service I Ph. !964-6609! Starke. Fla..
stationery for $1 box. Boxescan
per CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Manager, Sunland Training -
Highway 21, north, spent last be purchased from member Phone 964-7061 Complete Outboard & Stern EZERASE TYPEWRITERPaper
any Center Gainesville. Fla.
weekend visiting friends the $1.50 Per Inch WATSON'SHouse
Drive Service ard Repair.
of the club. Notebook Fillers -
equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP
Pearsall family in Jacksonville.
The Episcopal Church Womenare Complete Fiberglass Repair. Bradford Cmmtv Triumph.
:Memorials Resolutions AND SUPPLY
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nor- CO. of Vacuum
C t uJ1't' Fiberglass!
having a Rummage Sale at u s o m-
Proclamations, etc -7c word tfahg
wood of Santa Fe
Lake, who the Parish House Thursday, Ap- .- Fishing Boats.FILAMENT 'MEN WANTED Men cottage Many brands of :new vacuum

left January 30 for the Vietnam ril 9, from 8:30: a.m. until 1 CARDS OF THANKS SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT pare>!ti age over 1'1.' Starting $3900, uP. Used machines from

Larry area and to visit their son p.m. Those with articles to donate iO words or less 3.00 Letters & Numbers for interior REDUCED RATES piy $329: month promotion opportunities S10 Expert Repairs all makes.
family, were expected can contact Mrs. James AUTO BOAT Strapping Tape : and regular Increases
to start their return Each word over 50-7c and exterior use. All sizes, co FIRE Parts and Accessories for all
about April 1 touring for Lackey or Mrs. Ovid Gano. The) lors. Bradford County Telegraph DOYLE CONNER V: x 60 yards. $2.50 Single in pay. 8 hour day 5 vacuums. Built In Central vacuum
month ,the Mediterraneanarea another will come by and pick them up. U INSURANCE AGENCY roll. Bradford County Telegraph day week, sick leave, vacations, cleaning systems. 712 N.

Turkey and surrounding Five members of the Hendry labs tf !state retirement, If Interested. M.+in. Gainesville 376.7110
County School Board visited Mel PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to nVnse! apply In person Personnel

countries recently ,received according by to the a Julius letter rose Elementary School last week filer BrownVolkswagen $625. Take the drudgery out Manager. Sunland Training Cent ADD MACHINE ROLL! ,

Hanson to observe the nutrition programat of paper work.-Bradford County BAIRDMobile -r. GnlnesvlDe. FU File Folders, complete line office
the school. Mrs. Alma Tim- I I Telegraph, tf An equal opportunity employ- .
Lt. Col. and Mrs. A.F. Whil- Homes supplies. The Telegraph.Ph
mons, School Lunch
den of Fort Stewart, Ga., spent SEWING MACHINE MARY r. 9646305.
was leader of the group. rqJ} -
several -- NEW and USED
days with
recently Col.
Mrs. Diane Tison is now interning oiled and adjusted In your TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
Whilden's mother. Mrs. John at Melrose Elementary home, J3.00. Vacuum cleaner 8.10.12' WideGainesville Flectrlc. For sale or rent. Smith Plumbingand
Himble. and Mr. Himbl .
HOMECOMINGNight School with Mrs. Sharon Hayes. repairs also. All work guarante Bradford County Tflffraph'

Diane was a teacher's aide last ed." Dennis E. Cogglne, Phone Good Quality CARTER
was turned Inu day as New II Used 1.0) Supply
WANTED Used WrlngerWa&e1" !
year and decided to back to 431-1428. tfehg : -
families go .
lIe Beam and McLean Salu Service Reasonably Priced
cash take in
college to get her teacher's cer- Will pay or
received a phone call from Lance FOR RENT Gainesville
: TV 378-2785
sets baby -
:pl. Marshall Beam at 2:30: a.m. tificate. Congratulations! 1 Mi. North of Tire Mall beds, elec. guitars trade on anything. DAHMER'S.:\ !: Raiford Road
amplifiers Serviced. Guaranteed and
Members of the Melrose PTA PAINTSNEW 984-7923. tf-eJl
he in Jack-
was Phone 901-0)023
are starting to make plans for refrigerators: day or week. DA- Delivered In Starke Area
sonville and asking them tocoMe
and get me." the Spring Carnival to be held HMER'S. 964-7923. tf-Chu NO EXTRA COST WILL BUY: Used Appliances

All of Keystone is rejoicingwith May 9. Anyone who would like US 441 N. 4iOt NW 13th Furniture TV's Stereo., anything Contracting and Repairs

the families, since Mar- to help Is urged to contact Mrs. National Sewing Gainesville 3T8- TIIS ITEMS of value. DAHMER'S Plumbing Fixtures

shall is the first local soldierto Leyondis Duncan or Mrs. Vir- Water Heaters

returne home safely from gIe Rowe All volunteers will be Machine Co., SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic- Water Pumps
appriclated. HAS Letters all colors. Permanent -
Unpainted Furniture sizes
Vietnam. He was discharged from SERVICE Small
Largest selections from whichto appliancesat
Guess that's it for this week. for use on wood glass,
Camp Pendleton, Calif and plans
EVERYTHINGSTARKE choose. Pfaff. Necchi Nelco. Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
eventually to complete his col- ntvtmvtvnVVTVVV1INDIAN New Home. & Universal. Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchT Wood Graining Kit plant'c. paper, metal leather
lege education which was inter- ANYTHING! Bradford County Eunice Nursery
This Ad Wrtrth $3.00 On Any
rupted when he volunteered for FOR SALE Concrete block K-80 Paint Remover Telegraph if Tomato. Eggplant & Pepper-

service in Vietnam.He BEACH Purchase or Repairs house; 3 bedroom, 1 bath, central plants: Azaleas ornamental
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phone 064-6818 611 W. University Ave. 378-1333' heat & conditioning.. Corner FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed- shrubs: Blueberries all container

William Beam, Jr., and grandson (Zk tart F.) NOW IN STOCKConstruction lot Phone 964-S367.: tfchg lO? EAST BROWNLEE room trailer outside city limits.J. grown. 2 mi. north of
9646114. tfchif
of Mr. and Mrs. William B. White
By Michael H. ChlttyPh. Paper. All colors In the rainbow Lawtey on Hiay 301 turn at
Beam Sr., of Lake Geneva. He POSTED SIGNS: Treated to STREET
married Nancy McLean in Nov- 475-3171 VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY. Bradford County Tele- withstand. weather- 20c each, Lawn Mowers-we service what sign. Phone 7823463.:> tfchg

ember 1968 and went overseas A AAAAA& &&&&AA&&&_ MASTER Add Machines, with graph. tf $2.25 doz. Special price on larger ws sell. Starling Farms Sup- 1<4 Acre home sites overlookIng -
early in 1969 subtraction. SPECIAL this quantities. Bradford County rh'l ?->S W. Andrews St tfch
Price $1250.96 ,-
FOR RENT Unfurnlshel house Hampton Lake.
month Ideal! forborne
Mrs. Marshall Beam is the only $69.95. Telegraph. tf
Creetings:; : friends and neigh- in country. Also furnished:! Southern Marine :> to 1500.00 including
office work.-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Er- or light
nest McLean of Little Lake Ge bors, from your RollingReporter. Bradford County Telegraph. tf apartments !In Starke.-W. H. BUYING; SILVER COINS:. WIMBERLY'S Railroad!) : Sal house plans. A. J. Thomas

neva. Boy did we have a windy Nollman. 510 N. Cherry tfchg 1964 or older any condition..:! vage. Groerles, Fabrics :Moved To Gainesville: Realtor Tel. 964-5701. tfchg
week last week, or did we havea Furniture
lEMINQTON CASH REGISTER Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60c. Shoes NewXame
NOTICE week-long hurricane? I guess : 2-total electric slightly FAYE'S FABRICS F'rst Quality Quarters 30;. Dimes 12c. Current Tools. Plenty Bargains! 7434 Two bedroom! frame house and
the end of March was held over dress drapery. upholstery Blv'_, Jacksonville. Gainesville MarineLYNN lot paved
WANTED: Lady, to live in jsed. Cost new $420. Save $100. Market Price For rare Blar.dinj cottage on large (
and to April cause it was sure likea material. Notions chenille bedspreads tfchg street. Price $9,500.00. A. J,
care for elderly lady. Call Our sale price $320.-Bradford dates & ol 'er coins. We Buy. HAMILTON :MGR.
Lion. This ole lake out here y
!Martha Tyre at tf tapestries.! Also seconds Thomas Realtor Tel. 964-5701.
473-4009. Keystone County Telegraph, '
Sell trade coins. Bull'ngtons
or : and Johr Motors Cobra Boats
looked more like an ocean thana mill enJs BankAmerl- HORSE; 'IRAJIERSUsed n tfchR
Heights, after 5:30.: Cons Starke Fli. 9647271. .
lake, especially at the end FOR RENT- Furnished apart- card ,and Master Charge. Open factory demonstrators.: GILMOUll :Marine Supplies

Pouring oil troubled of the week when the waves ment. 4 rooms and bath, utili Monday. 10-7( ; Tues. throughSat. EXPERT CARPET Installticn. *- TRAILERS Green Cove 1030 E. University Ave. HOUSE TRAILER for sile. For

waters may calm on them down started rolling over our dock. :.furnished.. Couple only-No .. 9-7: Sunday 16. Hwy 301 Call 964.7889 after 6 p.m. Spri! II' p'mno) 284-5152. GainesvilleFonr details call 964-6667; day, 964-

but it stirs up the conservationist. When it wasn't coming over the Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg m ml. north of WaMo. tfchg Ifchu 2tn 4-t 5453 nights! 2tp 4.9
dock it
was coming through the
e crack between the planks. So Four Miles\. Out FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 2 bath, FOR SALEChcken! fertilizer.! COMPLETESTAFFING FOR SALE Nice; old' home

Man is pretty resourceful.He the lake was not crowded with Raiford Road CB house! ButK-in kitchen Clean out service.! Will Mlles Out completely reflnlshed.! Paneled

managed to mess up his boats, but those who did go out MODERN MASONRY HOME: spacious living room and dIn- dust back In houses. :Movedto :! RaKonl Road new ceiling all large

cities long before he had the caught some fish. Large Living Room ing room combined. Large lot. Hampton New No.: 468-1983, :MODERN MASONRY HOME: rooms. New\ central heat and

automobile to helo him. My aunt Clara Sullivan of Wll- Paneled Family Room $18 000. Ph 964-7304\ 4t 4-9 W. A, Prevatt t'chg NEEDEDFor Large> Living Room ntr New well and! pump. New

Many, Many Extras FOR SALE 2 bedroom block SALES HELP NEEDED Paneled Family Room sewage system. Only 950000.

Only $18,850 house, furnished .Carport, large! Temporary Part; Times Sale Many, Many Extra ''a mile from Starke. 964-5606.
t NEED TYPIST 964-6464; 964-6810 yard c'\ill \9fi4-66r after S p.m. C'eikt' for Camp Blandingrv. Garment Manufacturing Only $13,330 tfchac
Westmorelqnj St. 4.9! BILL POWELL BROKER
4tp Plant.
t Kxchanue. Apply BuiUin!): 964.6810 FOR SALE-3 bedroom 2 tiled

LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex. Large Masonry Home No. 19fCamp\ Blanding on 964.6464 baths living room dininj: !
Miles FromGainesville
For Part-Time Work, Some Night A-Diet. and remove excess on SR16.A Klngsfcy Lake o'il 7. 1970. 3tchg 4.16 Located 12 room and kitchen Frame home

Work, and to fill-in when regular fluid with- FLUIDEX. Only 98c Swimming Pool with with attached garage Can be
REDUCE: afe f st
t typist off. Desire Settled, 30 yearn and $1.69 nt Mitchell's Drug. Extra Large Lot Po-Bcre Tablets & E-Vao" seen mornings or Sunday

or older person. 4tp 4.9 Must Sell For Health Reasons "valep'.lls.! ." Andrews Pharmacy. Experienced and "OR SALE-City lot 110' X 110' afternoons at 524 N. WalnutSt.

Waitress Wanted for nightshift BILL POWELL, BROKER< 3tp 411LMIG" InexperiencedMachine s"0ino: ( clown payment $35 mo. Starke. Fla. 2tchg 4.16

Write "C" P. O. Drawer A at Michigan Ranch must 964-6461; 864-6810 !:: TRAILER Lots fi. Operators, Cut Phone 9646610. tfchg BABY SIT I would like to

L Starke, Fla. 32091 j be over 21-experience honest! and needed.dependable DID YOU KNOW it's easy f> Rent High and dry. oax terse Packing, InspectorsAPPLY I'OR SALE Corner city lot baby alt small children in my
own a Longchamp Home? 301. 110' Ready for home. 964-7143. Itp
Ph. 964-5814. It shade. IVa miles!) south on no' x terms.
Better b-iilt for Florida living Phone 964-6609 or 964-9937. tn-bile home or house. 964-
SALE Good used Magic Your plans or ours You tfeh" r.Bio. tfchg' Large furnished house In Wal-

Chief stove OE Refrigerator\ lot or curs. Contact Buford l d,>. W-w carpet corner lot.

Shetland pony and! saddle an.1 M'tchell. phone !964-6853.; P. O. Revolver for Sale 38 Cal. Florida State ran SALE- King size white. Double garage garden, ch. 1.

TOMATO PLANTS misc. thtaffs. 1011 West Mad. Box 238 Starke tfchg SAW. K-38 Masterpiece with Mnyl headboard, like new- fence 10000. Owner, Bates 408

Hon St. W: Extra set of grips & cleaning. EmploymentService $2300:> 964-6616 ZtChg S. Redgrave St.. Ph. 9648442.Itp
Bell Pepper FOR SALE -House with bath fc't included Special! Discount

Long Cayene FOR SALE-1968 Ford Tractor fixtures: included good condition for Police See SGT. Collins-! WAITRESS WANTED ApplyIn

Sweet Bananas Hot Bananas Model 841 Gasoline. Selling to bj move:!. $350. Ph. FHP Station-Starke. tip; person or call 468-1318. FOR SALE 1959 Volvo 5peivJable .

Price. 1300. Santa Fe Tractor 964-6254. Up Atkinson's Candy Shop: Waldo :! car will sell to high

EGG PLANTS 370-2548 Gainesville, Fla. Expcrlencd 1 CooGood Salary 315 S.E. 2nd Avenue Fla. Up est bidder. Call 964-7469 or !see
tfcrm Sewing Machines New and :apply In person nt Long- Gainesville Florida at 700 Bridges St. Starke. Itp

PRICED REASONABLES. used. Several brands to choose horn Restaurant 301 South. GOOD INCOME Good Buy-

IF WE DON'T HAVE IT from. $13 up. Dennis E, Cog- tfchg Experienced WaiUe wan 2 bedroom:! living room, kitchen ELECTRIC GUITAR for sale:

F. BATTON -- PHONE 4734112State .U get It for you. Office gins Ph. 4311428. 3tchg 4-23 FOR S'LE1965 Falcon Van cd- Ooel: silary Apply In per- tile bath. Hardwood Doors also large power\ mower and

Road 21 -- West Edge Keystone! Heights Supplies,- Furniture.Bradford County Equipment. FOR SALE-11: week old: Siamese !food condtlon 75000. Phone cn at Longhorn Restaurant.'Ol Partly: furnished 3750. 4-16 964- metal detector. Phone 4733113.Up.Y
South tfchq 7582 mornings.
9H4-7690 It tp
Telegraph Kitten. $10. 9645018. Itp



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