Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Wrecked car in which Huth'ie" Beth Jordan, 19, was fatally injuredon
Highway 230 vast! of Starke last Friday afternoon. recommendation! that the Two Bradford legislators -
City cf Stu: :e expenjfj' itpower 2 Council Raps Shaw t Rep Eugene Shaw,

p'!ant nr.d: add a nsw en- and Sen. Rob Saunders,

gine at a cal of $651,000 was Run Over are taking opposite viewsof

Wreck Fatal To Girl 19 mad by enjir.sers to the city the controversial bill
council rind 1 ini'::' trustcs'J.;
By TruckA Commerce Committee backed by the Rural Elec-
Ald: :lon of two bays t b the
Ruthls Both Jordan" 11.da.'J'rl1tcr the Starke Nursing Home and Miss Jordan was pinned In the existing: power plant bullliivi! : trification Administration

; of Mr, and Mr'*. VirRll was on her way to Starke from wreckage and was given emer- and aMitn::, of cne dual-fusl:) two-year-old child, Fran- Rep. Gene Shaw' and the "We spent a l lot 01 time! with: i an effort to protect
'Jordan of Ro.'!>te I. Slirke. her home on Jordan Road, east gency treatment at BradfordCOW'lty heir of
M. *1ic M electla generating! unit cica Morales, was run over and State House Commerce Committee Gene thaw. It seems like he's present areas service -
died Sunday in tlJO Gainesville of town, to pick up her motherat ; Hospital before being car- of tj 2,300:; sharply crtlclzed lie's .
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In the vanes: : killed by a pick-up truck at a were/ on another tan: waRon.
ried to Gainesville.
:Medical Center" 03 a insult of the time of the accident.5Year. kilowatts is recommended! hy labor camp on the Jimmy Gas- Tuesday night by the Starke not too interested In cities."

!injuries. rscelved: In an autotruck the engineering! firm: of Reynolds kins strawberry farm off SR225on city council! for being anticityon B.wen stated."Shaw Opposed by municipalities,
collision .3 mile east of ) Smith: an:::, HIIl City cf- April 11. the controversial "stay said 1 'Why should:> which term the proposal a "stay

Stark on SR 230. fls'.ala! : mt In tpccial! session; : put" bill which! limits city they,' when I naked him how put" bill which will prohibit cities
No charges were filed againstthe from expanding, the bill Is being
Tuesday n"rn:3n!: to hear: thoenilnef'1'3 companies.The under;; the
cities! can Grow
driver of the truck Maralo
The accident occurred at 6:10 attacked vigorously by the
DOT make power Commerce reported
p.m. Friday as both vehicles Mendoza, Lawtey, according to bill Bowen Florida Municipal Utilities Association -
were traveling west toward plant expansion: study. the Bradford Sheriffs Department of which Shaw is a member, "]I1( ", really. down on cites! and the Florida League

Starke. The truck-trailer, dri- It was prcpaisd >y Gordon! A coroner's jury was voted: 13-6 Tuesday morning to Not Just (this clty, nil cltl-s." ..f Municipalities

ven by Andrew C. Taylor, 32, Priiay:: electrical:: efgl.ear:: called to determine the cause report HB-3621 which Is back- McFUe cilti!! ecl the procedure
Waycross, Ga.was attempt- whs: sueeestsd that ties: projrct of death and did not recommendthat ed 'toy rural electric cocpera- the committee used to passing: It is termed a "consumer pro-

Ing to pass the I I'63L Falcon dri- might be f.nar.csd: through;: a charges be filed. itives and the Florida Power &I the bill. Dbate! '*'tI" limitedto ectlon bill" by Its sponsor, Dual -.

ven by Miss Jordan. PlanIs $430,000( revenue:! cork.licnta According to Deputy; Sheriff Light Co. If the bill .becomes 10 minute-" and Chalitnnn County; Rep. Ted Alvarez.

According to the accident report Paving and the :taline!: : come from Glen Moore, Mendoza was leavIng law it will bring city power Murray DubMn! D .:Miami': cu: Rep. Shaw plans to vote for

filed by TrooperS.P. Bur- the utility system constructiontrust : the labor camp about 9 a.m.on companies and REA undei short: 1 testimony to take a final! the measure now being considered '

nett, the Jordan car veered a- furd. April '11 when the accident oc- state control for ,the first time vote. "lie w.iuHn't: sven rcco- by the House Commerce
cross the center line of the "N:edi for nil sy.tems. ('water curred. The deputy; said Mendozaput and limit! their expansion Rtil/.e the ma\> "!' of Jackson- Committee He looks at the bill

highway Into the path of the scwane, aiii: gas, a* vest! a :group of children ,to ono from present:! areas unless approved vile" MtU.u: s lid. now from the point of view ofa
truck. Burnett said that Taylor as electric) have< ten t.::viewed side near a shed and told them to by the PSC. City or.c..tH(: ': are' fighting rural resident in danger of

applied brakes and skidded 82 $600,000Proposing in the lU'ht of the pr:aontmoncr :) stay out of the way before he got "If we were ever shot out the REA sponsored bill be- being annexed into a city and

feet, striking the left side of :iiUut'jn; : ," the expansion Into the truck. of the saddle, ws were In Tal- cause It limits expansion of then facing higher utility; rates.

the Jordan car. Both vehicles study &Co-;I't sla.t'!I. While Mendoza was getting into lahassee today:! Chairman their electric: systems the Sen. Saunders looks at the problem
travelled onto the south shoulder "Other than for;) electric! the truck the child walked in Jimmy! McRae said main! .source: of revenue of from the city's point of
of 230, then back across the to spend $600,000 in Bradford Countyover power major expansion rhauld: front of.( the vehicle on the right "To us this Is real important munclptalitle ,which own electric view. lie says the bill is not

highway for a distance of 203 the next five years, the State Department of not 'be required: for *:mj time. side of the truck. Mendoza was ," h3 sad! "If this bill systems, I I'.ke: Sttuke. .he answer to the problem of
feet, coming to rest In a ditch has submitted the'County Commissiona Even if presort inteiest rats unable to see the Child from passes:; the City cf Staike can't "If they tells U3 to provide 'oday's fast expanding munlcl-
on the north side of the road. issas of the driver's position, Moore said. and Councilman I'm
continue an $ OOOOO : Brow. McRas these services! !, which jalltles, that It restricts natural
According to the accident report proposed secondary!! : highway construction program.But revenue certificates! npp arseasl'le The right front wheel of the Jimmy Bowen attendedthe !: sui"> they will, how can we do and desirable growth of cities

there was no Improper If : ;) in 1373.: Uowev::!!', it truck ran over the child. Commerce Committee it but tax Uic people" McRae which Is bound to come.
the Bradford board Is right-of-way most be
driving on the part of Taylor, : pur- nvteable: to bulH The child was staying in the Tuesday morning .
'would eem! meeting
and no charges were filed. leas than enthusiast: over : with nergraodfather Ukocl Shaw says he Is not anti-city; r
(Continued: on Page Four) revenue fundj as -labor camp wl'h Utilities Supt. Oscar
Miss Jordan was employed at the deal. _______ ________ up surplus need Refugto Garcia."*- .... along (Continued on Page Four) but does protest the practice of r
In a letter to the commioelon In the pass ,to reduce:: the Davis. city's which swallow up outlying

lastweek, the DOT requested Use Seen far borrowed: funds: 03: muchas areas, then charge higher utility -
District FFAContests to begin survey 'work )::!31ble. rates to support their services

on the Pleasant Grove Road, En/jinscrlng:/ projections sub- providing sidewalks, sewers, ......
Set from\ SR-18 to SR-229 (tithe For OldCourthouse milttei by R, 8, & IT. show' garbage pick-up, fire protection '.
police protection, etc. ';.
Brownlee Road> ). But the Brad- that the city 'will need t:> add

ford comm1 opera, awareUyat an engine to the p:xcr plant! Sen. Saunders says he is not t" ,
Here Friday no paving funls'will be In 1972 and: another"! 1374.: anti-ilEA but "pro people."

due the county until 1972 Instructed If the:! predicted: : rate of growth The proposal fails to recognizethe

District 4 FFA owitwts will Clerk Ionian Green to Use of the old county; court- Is seen. fact that the 'economy is ,. ,
Bradford write the DOT asking ithat no( house as a center for adult education But the city officials: appeared : changing, he says, and that the ;, ;.' ,' ":
be held at High
survey work be done now. programs and perhaps for to lack enthu 'asm to facetwjr state is fast becoming urban- ,: '.,'.,
School beginning at 9:30: ajn. .
ized. The measure fails to -
some Junior college classes, has provide
plant expansions(:! every .
this Frtiay. April 24 It's no use to begin "urveying "- been proposed by School l Supt. Chalimai Jimmy for the orderly, necessary,

Twenty-lour chapters from for: right-of-way now, the Tom Casey. few McRae.years for instance, explained 9 I and desirable growth of cities,
the senator points out.
commissioner agreed, when no
Ocala north to Nassau Ounty: '
: The school l board was asked :
The bill in effect, would
will end sub-district:. winners paving can possibly: begin before Monday night to consider using "We're'ti'yln3 to avoid hav- vt4r' areas, of service, outside establish -

to compete In public speaking 1972. the built In 1902 for another generator -
building, 1ns, t:>.lbuy'stlll I municipalities which own their ,
parliamentary procedure, The county until then will such purposes. Casey said! he in 1974. electric systems, for electric
tractor driving, and musical :have no secondary rood funds has looked the building over and Friday said the plant earns ; companies and place them under '

contest accruing to It from the DOT. It seems to be in pretty; good gold() : nvxrsy: each ;year and the supervision of the Flo-

The tractor driving contest: In the next two years. all secondary shape. that oriinarly with an (sight!I rlday Public Service Commis-

will be held at the BraiTfcrd-! road funds are committed "A termite would get the tooth- per cent return ,.n fie investment sion. City power companies( suchas
Onion Area Vocational-Tech- to paylixr of* an $85.000 ache trying to eat that. ." there would 'C3: finds the City of Starke, are not

nical Center Other contests Judgment won by Florida Power : Vo-Tech: Center Director Ted Bwa'JaWa for expansion: wlU-: presently regulated by the PSC

'Will take place In the high It Light Co. aiainst. the old Oglesby commented in a discussion out borrowing.( He poln'-J:l out Ss N q., Mi V and oppose being placed under

chool auditorium. State Road Department.! The of the sub-structure' of th:ugh, (hat the sum of $181.- arm of that agency.

Issue who should pay the cost building. 000 from plant revenue will b3 The bill, IIB 3621 would prohibit
of relocating 'utility! tinea a With the number of courses put In the general fund In city power companies from
distance of about two feet on being offered at the vo-tech cen- 1971. than 300

It *' I 11 "l i extending lines more
III ter rapidly] growing, Is
jjI t1S301 north construction. space feet from their present position.
r becoming: a problem, Supt. Ca- Councilman One> Wiggins It would place the secondary sup-
For that reason! the Commission sey has said. One sewing class, suggested: that the council taks plier, such as the Clay Electric
decides to aak the for Instance: Is being held in up the proposal: at the May :5 Firemen guard Saturday' morning blaze. Cooperative and Florida Power''

DOT to postpone any survey what used to be a lounge for Jneetlng. in vUw of the Met: and Light in the Starke area,
I .., until funds to pave the Pleasant teachers. that Cciinitl'man\ Nj'l'!l Tucker under the same restriction but

Drove Road become available Casey thinks if adults and wd! City Clerk Msrrill E.t- would allow the secondary supplier -

t. own ItrI Junior es in the college old courthouse students had It class wouldbe wards were net prj'snt. House Burns To GroundA also to extend< !its .lines_Into
than 300 feet from
Peak demand: of the! powerplant areas more
In addition !the Commission
Confederate a boost to the downtown area home Starke limits off US-301. the blaze but it has lines If the in
ooestionej whether not the SerKe.(0ontlmred In 1965 was 3.410:; kilo- occupied by two men, city ment on present area
I Memorial county will: be financially or .able of !iwatts. Peak:!: demand !In 1969! Jack Russcl and GustJve Lanianc, The Bradford County Volunteer been burning an hour before the question is not now served by
DayServices : burned to the ground early Saturday Fire Department answered a call firemen arrived. Plies of lumber an electric company.
I the roads !Four 'was 5,075,
to Pace )
to continue: on
morning just north of the from the Starke Police Depart- stacked under the house fed the In effect, the bill places all

I -- blaze. Firemen got the call at electric companies, In'areas

Sunday, April 26 3,10 a.m Saturday and lumberwas where city; and private power
I btlll burning after 5 a.m.
:00 P.M. companies compete, under the

I Crosby Lake Cemetery $221,000 In Jl o-Tech Funds Asked I Firemen water on poured the blaze 5,000, accord-gallonsof jurisdiction PSC would have of the no PSC authority PSC, except; to

The wouldbe
I Rev. D. T. Farabee .. ing (to Chief Harry Green, manag- regulate rates. establish
to territorial
empowered -
ing (to save the outbuildings and
I I II Proposals asking: $221',323 In paratory course! low; have been identifier! : in Bradford County, the superintendent volvnwnt nth; fr'jr''inr: : ( cxc- several cars and trucks parked agreements, or areas of

I Sponsored By 'vocational -technical: funds for i says. cs'tlves who cited! Ih' close to the house. Tools be- service, for each power comO

1970-71 for the Bra ard-Umoo A request for $21,900 for lonKing to tile two men were pany.
W. T. Weeks Chapter Broken {
Window $15,000 It being! requested! for Speaking a the pro'ram'schances City; power companies, suchas
I Vo-Tech Center here have iwt4 the report tem14 exemplary stored in an old truck adjacent
U. D. C. work with dlsadyantaired: pcicns. for approval Supt. Starke's, now are free to
been Approved. for submission programs Is being mad, to the hOllse.AccordIng.
The count \ b Ca'ev told the four board compete in manner they wish
proposes; any
These Chief Green
the funds to the
to State Department of would go for what ,
StolenJewelry develop a readlnj program members present: with private power companiessuch
Education. Is essentially a public relations Jewelry two men woke up with the frame
and laboratory. "We're fullv ware we mav as Clay Electric and Florida
house blazing all They
RUMMAGESALE program to sell the vocational over.
Meeting in .-pec1a.l.-ioD not 'be funded: : even five percent Power and Light. Thereis
technical: concept to valued at $2,929 was grabbed clothes and ran outside.
I Again being: funded by
limit at to
I Monday: night the Bradford junior high students, for test- stolen from the window of Gem federal:: government Is the cT this request.Vs) write Neither was injured or burned no present
where the city can run
I II Board of Public: Instruction: ; IDa and evaluation programs Jewelry on East Call Street work-study program' fr disad- what we need. Green said. lines the power
Sponsored By spent 2H hours going over the and to hire five part-time vo- sometime Saturday night, according The house Is located on a ; power companyis
vantaged student,. toII'ork\ not limited to the corporate
I 53 pages cf course proposals to the Starke Police gravel road which runs west
B.P.W. Club tech: graduates to give occupational : part-time.' $38,400 has been 11m I ts.
by Director Ted off tS-301 behind the Sleepy Hollow -
prepared ) talks to atude (s. Department.The asked to re-start that !M1ZELL NAMEDON City officials feel territorial
Otleaby and his staff, then glass window on the front L/.H COMMITTEE Motel.It .
the 300-footex-
Saturday, April 25 gave its approval for submitting $9.950 'is" also being: asked to of tile store was broken and the here. was the third call the county panslon agreements rule plus In HB 3621 will
the report to the SDE. !hire a director for a proposed jewelry that could be reached was B, F. Mlzll! Jr., presidentof volunteer firemen have answered
them from extending
I 9 A.M. To 4 P.M. handicapped taken. Thieves took only three Only new cou-ss proposed the F.rst Fe:'el I al Savings & this month. prohibit
Most cf the $221,000would persona pro- watches, sticking mostly to ring for the regular vo-'!!ch clave" Lean Assciatl! of Starke Cause of the fire has not been lines beyound their present
Half Moon HoelBuilding cram being currently( pushed I. one to train dUsel: meshan- bounds, without revenue from
be federal funds to the : determlnded.
I coming try the State Department of sets. has been appoints! t b the 1970 electric Starke officials
county through dmirUaterci "They what could and ice $20,000 is being asked: to Law and power
programs Education. The county has no got they Co mm :rtej on FSLIC : point out, the city will be financially '
I 118 W. Call St. : by the Division of snots program sow for person left" said Patrolman Glen Sapp. purchase engines and trainingequipment. Hsgulatiarj cf ths: U. S. ::av- unable' to take In new

I I II Vocational. Technical, and claMlflod M "tralnable" with One $300 ring set was .left on loin & Lan Lsazue Th; appointment SERVICEMEN-- areas and provide complete city:
Oli..r d Adult Education of the SDE. 'the sidewalk In the haste to was onnuacej: by services.Sen. .
IQ' under 50. Supt. Tom
$ The request la $41,000 above Casey ad! he feels ouch a leave and was found by, police The trucking Industry Is John H. nanUoi.i! Jr of Warrant Officer Tim M. Green
J ,. .e-.mmun tbe $180,000 the vo-tech center program should! be thoroughly when they.answered the reportof cryr'nlf for qualified dlsel'me- Rhmcnd! Va., presldrnt of whose mother, Mrs. Pearlle O. Saunders fought the REA

'was funded In 196970. investigated as to what can be the robbery chanic. Director! OthE.Jy: t:>lithe the League which is the Green, and wife, Irene, live at bill "tooth and toecail": lastyear

;. I II A total of $122.800 Is being done before any attempt Is The was burglar not alarm working on the and building the- school tsard.::. The course natlan'Atvada: :srganlzatlon; 1621 E, Market Road Starke when it failed to pass the Se- I

ai asked for regular or cu-:ingprograms ,made at starting classes. theft was not discovered until request he said! has resulted! : of the .savings at'1lo'ln: group: has been assigned as a maInten- nate. Every city should be awareof
I $93,000 at the secondary from the county's: Involvement: representing mars than ance officer with the 1st Cal- the proposal this year, the
Sunday morning when was reported -
r level and $29.800 for Thirty-one such students.DW to the police.No In the new truck driver training saving associations: and cooperative vary Division (Airmobile) in

.--1 adult supplementary and pr > ltl7 In sixth grade and bet arrests have been made. course and Oarlerty's In- ; banks Vietnam. (Continued on Page Four)

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Jibe Starke Woman's Club Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton were the
" wash Saturday.
: Of Interest To. annual May breakfast will .beheld April sponsor 25.a at car Hurst's Service winning couple at Duplicate
Saturday, May 16, at 12 The girls Bridge Tuesday night when five
Station. n'] -a car.
noon at the club house. It was in play.In .
red 'bake sale tables were
will also have a
w sK .X11 elated In last week's paper, It ofStan's second place were 'Mrs.
f 2 In front
Saturday May ;
I WOMEN i ir /would be May' 13, Marie Dent and Mrs. Bonnie
I Bootery.Mrs. Harden; 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. John

Mussoline; 4th, Mrs. Edward
YN2 Donald Thornton Pen- and Mrs. Martha Moore.
of Randal Chltty' and son Burns
:.....................,'Glady8!'Moty: Phone 96..7608.1, sacola was visiting his wife, Randy, and Andy Baldree spent The Duplicate Bridge Club
Mrs. Thornton and family his Friday to Sunday in Hollywood meets every Tuesday night in ,
mother, Mrs. Ellis Thornton and where Mrs. Chltty' attended the the Pratt Street Recreation Cen '

Mrs. Walla Lipsey SI;,. Mark's Women Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Stricklandover State Cancer Public Education ter with play beginning promptly
the weekend. committee meeting. at 7:45 pan. The game is
Honored SundayOn Announce Plans For Mrs. DarbyMrs. open to the public. -.

80th Birthday For Flea MarketThe Charles Darby was II

honored at a surprise house:: 4WA, '''' ....... ....-. ... --- ..._ -
Mrs. Walla Lipsey was honored Women of St. Mark's warming last Friday night at
at an "open hwe" w Episcopal t'hurclwlll have a ." hams oat B .ssent New officers of the Bradford County Hospital Has The 'Bill :

her 80th birthday: Sunday glv "flea market" .starting Thursday Road. Hostesses were. Mrs. Auxiliary (from left) : Mrs.'" George W. Brown Mrs. Bug'I

en by her daughter, Mrs. Foster May 14, on Call street to Seeber M:.:dy, Mrs. Inman Hazel Carlton, :Mrs. J. W. Ritch, Miss Lillian Stump, I
Sht"Smith. home I
t their benefit .church projects. Mr*. Grtfen. Mrs. Charles Zipperer. Not in photo: I
Madison Street. and Mrs' O. W. White Jr., president ?
on West Got You Down
Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr., president Alls. Roy Will:.cams' and Miss Tanner.
Old-fashioned spring flower Announced at the re- Diana Bennett. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr., and Mrs. Eugene

arrangements were used gular meeting held Monday The 20 guests included the
throughout the party rooms night at the home of Mrs. courthouse personnel. and New Officers InstalledBy IS THERE JUST NOT ENOUGH TO GO AROUND: ?

for the occasion. Walter Richardson 'Wives of the officials..
The tea table in the dining Mrs. Lenore Foster a guest Bradford Hospital Auxiliary
room was covel" diWIth: / a 1 '
conducted the devotional. Mrs. '
Firemen A'
white cubwork cloth and centered Kenneth Grider reported the County Mrs. Olin White was install The following members have y1w q l n

with a pink and white United Thank Offering leathering And FamiliesEnjoy ed as president: of the Bradford donated an accumulated 11.
arrangement of honeysuckle will be held May 3. County Hospital Auxiliary 400 volunteer service hours to .Jw "
roses and gladioli 1n.a. silver The Episcopal! women agreedto OutingThe at Monday night's: meeting the hospital In the past year:
container. Mrs. Levon Andrews Join the May FellowshipDay In Methodist Fellowship\ Hall. Mrs. J. W. Rltch. Mrs Olin
presided at !the punch and also to help the Bradford( County Volun- Mrs. H. C. R-tch installedthe White. Miss Lillian Stump,
Jbowl. Methodist women with their teer Fire Department held a following. etflcens, to serve Mrs. Loyree LaNler. Mrs. M.
Assisting In serving were .clothes closet project. family get-t.gether at the with Mrs. White:. : Mrs. Eugene' W. Cressler. Mrs. Hazel Carr,
Mrs. George Hugging Mrs. 'Mrs William Carter gave a home of Mr. and) Mrs. Dab: Tanner, presidentelect:! ; Miss ton Mns. George W. Brown.
Guy Andrews. Mrs. James resume .of the church youth Centllman on Crosby. Lake Lillian Stump flrtst vle>e-preJ. Mrs. J. O. Cal well, Mrs. L.
Kirby Smith, Mrs. Leon Shim- /work. She also( read "Aroundthe last Saturday afternoon ident; Mrs. J. W. Rltoh. sec K. Whitehead Mrs. M. A. v r I'R
er, Mrs. Jack McComb Mrs.J. Diocese" news and' agreedto Swimming eking: fishing ond vice-president; Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. Mrs. Titus Olson.
H. DuPre and Mrs. T. C. fiend birthday cards to and outdoor games were enjoyed Baldwin Jr., re-cording, secretary Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Mrs. W. A.

Hazen Jr.Among children in Daisy Cottage at during the afternoon. ; Mrs. Hazel Carlton cor- Stern. Mrs. J. W. Klncald.Mns. .
the 75 guests :who Sunland for the next month. Highlight of the day was the responding secretary; and A. E. McKlnney Mrs. L.
called during the hours 3:30 Mrs. TerwilUgar! thanked presentation of an Appreciation: Mrs. George, W. Brown treas- O. Hazen. Mrs. M. F. Hazen. .r

to 5 o'clock were Mr. and Mrs. Richardson'! and 'Mrs., Grl- Plaque by Chief Harry Greenbe :Mrs. II. C. Hitch Mrs. George
Mrs. W. B. Howland'' and Mr. >Mrs. Joseph Batoesn, president urer.Mrs.
ler for curtains hung in !the Rltch was presented Anderson MrS. Gail Mathews
and) Mrs. Edward Howland of Sunday school rooms. Mrs. of '''the Ladles Auxiliary with a past, president's! pin. Mrs. James Peterson, Mrs. rtv

Live Oak.Bridal. Herbert Thomas gave a reportof for the assistance and cooper Annual reports were given; by Eugene Tanner, Mr.... Smith
the last vestry meeting. ation given the Fire Department the committee chairmen. Mrs.L. DeVoe, Mrs. Harry Mooty
Shower Mrs. Fred Glenn Jr. and In all of its activities.A K. Whitehead Candy( Striper Mrs R. F. Young Mrs. Pace

Mrs. W. If. Johns have altar delicious steak supper .sponsor, reported that the Lewis and Miss Florence Jen '
For Mrs. StarlingAt duty for May and Mrs. Millard and homemade ice cream was group will conduct: a car nings. All received !gold or 1Li4ty
Brown will be hostess next enjoyed by about 20 Volunteer wash Saturday April 25, at silver pins or ,bars. In tokenof
Kingslev LakeMrs. month.CarlisleRobinson. !Firemen and their families. Hurst Service Station and wll their service from Mrs. M.

have a 'bake sale in front of F. Hazen Service Award 1
Edward Starling of Jacksonville LavendarColemanEngagement
Stan's Bootery on< Saturday, chairman.
bride was
a recent Sat- Told May 2.Mrs During the social 'hour refreshments -
at bridal shower
honored a
Ronald White asked for volun- were served from'
given by Mrs. -
urday Williams and Mrs. D.B.Tho- Mrs. Marjorie Robinson of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lavender teers to sign up for three a tea table centered with an 4'r
mas at the home of Mrs. C.L. Boxboro Mass and Al K. Carlisle I of Lake Butler announcethe hours clerical work on Wednesday arrangment of spring flow-
of Mrs. Ruth Carlisleand and Thursday\ for the era. !Mrs. George- Canova acting
Whitehead on Kingsley Lake. son engagement of their daugh- ; %$
Arrangements of roses were the late Mr. Carlisle were ter, Deborah Ann t> Knute TB Mobile X-ray Unit. social chairman was as- r. JI.
used in the party rooms for the united in marriage Friday nightIn Coleman son of Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Bitch reported that elated in serving! by Mrs. Walter '
First Christian Church had raised sufficient Richardson and Mrs. V. .
occasion. The lace covered refreshment the Ned Coleman of Starts. the Auxiliary
centered with Rev J.C. Brown performing during! the past Hazen.
table was Both are graduates of Bradford money V.
with an arrangement of pink: ro- the nuptials. HighSchool.. year to purchase for the. Hospital t.r : t.
Attending were members of Miss Lavender is employedwith three safety beds for pediatrics
ses.Games with prizes were en. the Immediate family and rela- State !Farm Insurance ; an electric cUthss dryer HousewarmingAt

joyed by the 20 guests during tives, including Mrs. Carlisle Co. in Stark. for bay' clitHw! : gave U.S. Rosier HomeThe
the evening. The guests inclu- Miss Audrey Carlisle of Miami, Coleman la employed bond to the first ,baby born In & <
ded Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., and relatives from Ocala and Mr. Farmers Mutual Exchange January; a resuslta.tor. for the
Mrs. Fort McCoy. 'WIth home of Mr. and Mrs.
grandmother of the honoree nursery: a Piofexray Automatic new
L.A. Johns of Jacksonville, mo- After a wedding trip the cou- Starke Branch.! Film Processor!! ; and a Cedric R. Rosier, of Lawtey,
ther of the honoree and Mrs. ple will reside in Boxboro,Mass. Wedding plans 'will toe announced Bennett's Positive Pressuremachine. was the setting for a housewarmIng -

Carter Jr. later. last Sunday afternoon.
Hostesses were Mrs. Hazel
Griffis Mrs. J.C. Knight, Mrs.
T.V. Duck. Mrs. M. Mosley + tih +
::1 1 11:1:
Mrs. Lonnie Teston, Mrs. Earl
ISTAUISHED 1904 Teston Mrs. Lewin Redding.
Bodcocfob f4 Mrs. Arthur Redding Mrs.
Charles Sapp and Mrs. Pearl
FIRST WITH THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST Guests enjoyed a tour of the
house and refreshments were
Whit A Coppartona. served to the forty attending.


: TRADE-IN To Be Observed
(Right' )
iilt ALLOWANCE i 354 Lb. Capacity --
r ...Y..,Old w. .. 3 Refrigerated. Shelves' Sunday, Apr. 26
4 Door Shelve"
.....o..010.. E Porcelain On Std
.d.uu..l 'Inferior liner
>'il .. .,, Memorial Day
&.00"'- Confederate
't {yN II to :..,.Old 189' i services will be held Sunday

*4 r. .+ I "" ..'ob''. April 26, at 4 p.m. at the Me- - Even tae With Trod. morial Monument in Crosby Lake 1H1i

-- Cemetery sponsored by W.T. W''I'
Weeks Chapter UDC in obser-
i vance of Southern Memorial Day.
= 1- IVWVli\ \ 07UF Rev.speaker.DeWitt T. Farabee will be You wouldn't have this Problem if you were Savingfor

03AR 12 CU. FT. M8RREFRIGERATORFREEZER In the event of rain the pro- the future Saving for the unexpected. We havean

10 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR 15CU.FT.CHEST gram will be held In Methodist
all Account for
Savings No
Hall. The public and purpose you matter
< 86 Regular $239.95 _
.0.11 8fretd. Regular $199.95 Lb.capacity FREEZER
: Lb c'vc'e'deirott Trade-in descendents of Confederate vet- how much you make!
Dill Detroit Trade-in < "
Cruller TrayInterior Slide.out crisper Allowance $40.00 erans are Invited to attend.
Allowance 2000 SIS lt> Capacity
light Dairy and egg storageWhile .
Only" 46'
.. Ege Storage, Copper $ 179 95 CoppertoneAvocedo, and Harvest.. S 19995 .. Acrylic Gliding Enameled Buk.W1deWhite Beta Phi For $2.50 you can start earning 5% per annum with a
Trade Galvaniied StHl' Liner
Trade Detroit W.,., Drain Passbook Savings Account. We also have certificatesthat
Has Pledge
$199 earn up to 6% per annum.

.n ? 35CF Even due Members of Gamma Theta
: With Traderp
Chapter Beta Sigma Phi held
-Hvtp.otnt-: their Pledge Ritual and dinnerat A Passbook Account Means
Inn Monday,
30"" DeluxeSELF.CLEANING the Holiday on

I April An arrangement 13. of yellow roses Availability -- And Just Look

Wgh1)y flanked by black, burning
( tapers, centered the ritual table. At This
Clean and Lock Indicator The candlelight pledge ritual

i Household Light Timer and OvaitTiming was read assisted by Freddie Mrs. W.H.Stephens 1A0viMGS $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 $50 $100
_ .
Ring and Drip Pent
.- Dark Patterned Gun Oven The new members Mrs. Richard -
Window White. Avocado I: Rowe Mrs. R.L. Kitchens 6 months 30.45 60.88 91.33 121.76 152.21 304.39 608.78
and Mrs. Tom Grant were presented -

I rI 299!! Le,. I6MEWllh The Sorority with their plans pledge a party pins; 1 year 61.66 123.29 184.95 246.58 308.24 616.44 1232.88I

Tiud.l2HR for Monday Apr. 27, at the
:-1---: : a 126.47 252.86 379.33
: 505.71 632.18
-_ Starke Golf & Country Club. years 1264.28 2528.56
__ Members bring .
20 CU. FT. 100% NO-FROST OSCR 20" may guest 3 years 194.58 389.03 583.60 778.03 972.63 1945.13 3890.26

. --- 4 266.15 532.13 798.29 1064.27 1330.42
Only" ao''- WideNo (left years 2660.66 5321.33
o froil 227 Pound Auxiliary NoticeThe
RegularTrade $499.95 On Wheels" 'for 1(00 Wall Surface Units
freaier easy Regular I $299.95 .
.. Roll Out On Wheel .inAllowance moving' No Easy drip clean Cook oven Top 5 years 341.38 692.53 1023.91 1365.06 1706.44 3412.65 6125.30
Juice Dispenser 102 Lb. inner Trade-in
Bradford County Volunteer
Broiler" Pan
. $50 00 Twin slide out
9 Full Width FreeierShelvet Crispers Allowance $40 OO ,
Erg Storage' RackDeep Porcelain Finish Fire Department Ladles Auxiliary -
o Meat Pen end Crltper Door Shelves 10 years 779.04 1557.56 2336.60 3115.12 3894.16 7787.80 15575.59
Glide, Out $44995' Interior. Light '259 $149 9591AE will meet Monday Apr. 27,
. W."., Copper. Avocado White Copper at 7:30 p.m. at the Fire Houseon k., Kit Available $50.00 litre Trade Avocado, Harvest Trade h. Lies Edwards Road, with Mrs. 15 years 1340.13 2679.38 4019.51 5358.76 6698.89 13396.89 26793.79
With Trade Ruth Nelson District 9 Presi-

+hrlp irn- +I luLpxrtnir dent of the Florida State Fireman's 20 years 2059.48 4117.59 6177.07 8235.19 10294.66 20587.97 41175.94
Auxiliary as guest speak-

_Iic t ELECTRIC 30"

-- DRYER ) AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE er.All members are urged to be TM* schadula I la based. on our currant rota of 5%' yam on earrings, with ..rnkh..dd.d.
WASHER present for this Important meeting amount and. comaaundad quorforly to the
.. Fait Diving might a Yq 'cr and are requested to wear
Up Front lint' Filter All Poicalain IntirJaand No Drip Caaktop Plans will be madeat
Up to 140 Minus N Out 5 Heal Su,'... Contrail' uniforms.
1 Cycla' Tim : 3 Were Tamparaturt SIII-.nlni, Calrod this time for a bazaar to be
Avocado White. Coppartona, 2 to 12 Lb. Capacity Liftoff Lift Up Oven Surface Door Unit held In May.
Porcelain Finish d ;
$14995 -- 19995 ;169E 95 1 Guests at the Willard Wynn

cottage on Silver Lake over the
Evin Lets With Trada
94ED Evtn Last With Trade -" was Last 928E weekend were S/Sgt and Mrs.
9 7 AW With, Trida 27mLacA Willard W. Wynn of Columbus SAVINGS NeD LOASSOCIATION

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brookerof
Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Tom- .
M 9w.! hove R *- a PRICES Bculx ckl "If 0i4 Qd and x my Pam Huggins Bitch of of Orange Palatka Park.Mr.Miss and r/w House of SavingsJtL t".'-_We_wiel sdiUI_ elf

(''i'i' I I OWESS APniANCES'HOME EHTEITAINMIN1 Mrs. Paul Landry of Starke and
I i Till CENTI* Miss Ava Griffith of Melrose

UE 2 TELEtiKAWI: AJ'IUI. 23: 1970

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--------------- New River WMU Forest Service
Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams returned -
Monday after attending a Members Hear Meeting: HeldA

IP# 3/au Know \! European cal Seminar Post in Graduate Austria,Medi-Italy Missionaries"At meeting was held at the
and Switzerland for two weeks. Florida Forest Service Work
Center, west of Starke,on Thurs
--- Mrs. James E. Moseley returned the Baptist Hospital (in day, April 16.
------------ --
to her home In Knox- Jacksonville) we treat the whole Speakers were Assistant Dis-
ville, Term on Tuesday after manincluding spiritual, men- trict Ranger J.W. Kelly, of
Mrs. Jack McComb Jr. of Val- Attending the Florida National two weeks visit with Mrs John tal, and physical in contrastto Starke, who spoke on safety;
dosta, Ga. was Saturday over- Guard Conference In West Palm Moseley and also with Mr. the practice of Japanese hos- District Ranger J.C.. Prevatt
night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Beach Friday to Sunday were Moseley in Bradford County Hospital. pitals to specialize only In one Jr., of Gainesville, on credit '
McComb Sr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler part of the body." Dr. JamesT. unions and uniforms; District '
Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatch Satterwhite told New River Mechanic Younger, of Gaines- A f>
Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Starke er Jr., Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jack- Association WMU members at ville, on care of equipment; Ra-
and Mrs. John Whelchel of Jack- Mjr. Don Rardon, Capt. and sonville spent the weekend with the Madison Street Baptist dio Technician Rodney Tucker,
sonville were in Tallahassee Mrs. James Reddish, Capt. and Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes. Church last Thursday.The of Lake Butler, on radio care
Wednesday of last week visiting Mrs. I.C. McKenzie, and CWO speaker and his wife have and communications; District
their brother and sister-in-law. and Mrs. Albert Foster. Mr. and Mrs. George Rentonof been missionaries in Kyoto Japan Forester Mac McCullers of
Sen. and Mrs. Tom Slade, In Saline, Mich were weekend since 1952 and have seen Gainesville opened the meetingand LLA
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. Mrs. J.S. Sapp is visiting Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. great growth of the hospital Introduced the speakers.
Mrs Slade Sr. has spent the past and Mrs. Dewey Warren in Way- Firth. building and its Christian influence Attending the meeting were r-
week In Tallahassee to be near cross Ga. this week. : in those years.The open rangers, towermen, dispatchers, .
her son and his wife: who were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- ing of the school of nursing In and country foresters from Brad-
severely burned in an airplane Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan son and family of Tallahasseewere 1967 was another high point In ford, Union, Putnam and Ala-
accident last week. returned Monday after several visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.A. the story of their mission work, chua Counties. .
days In Pensacola, where their Lawson from Thursday to Saturday. illustrated by slides and a dis- -
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson son, W.A. Hogan Jr. underwent play of clothing and Japanese Mrs. Carl Minx attended Library -
spent the weekend with Mr. and surgery. mementoes.All Legislative Day In Talla-
Mrs. Don Ray Tilley In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter Jr. employees at the hospitalin hassee last Wednesday.Mr. .
sonville. Mrs. Preston Guthrie, the for- of Lake City are moving backto Japan are Christians, he said
mer Betty Jo Warren, of Starke, Starke to reside with his New testaments are given to and Mrs. George W.Brown
Mr and Mrs. A.M. Moore of is In Gainesville Medical Cen- mother, Mrs. Carter Sr. on every patient, and the staff is spent the weekend with Mr. and
Blackshear, Ga. will be week- ter with a broken arm which Bayless Highway. trained to witness about Jesus Mrs. L.M. Stoner in Ocala.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.W she received in an accident at Christ, as well as to give com-
Ritch and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. home. Sprint: Clearance-40% off- petent medical care. Mrs. Sat- Rev. and Mrs. Don Honaker
at Leila's. terwhite is a registered nurse, have moved to Pompano Beach.
Reggie Flynn of U. of F. was Joe Allen Sapp, son of Mr. and also teaches in the schoolof
home for the weekend. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp, graduatedon Miss Della Rosenberg of nursing. Attending the Wesleyan Sub- y
April 19 from Jacksonille Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Ralph Mil- Dr. and Mrs. Satterwhite, now district MYF Retreat at Camp
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Diggs and University with a bachelor of berger of Green Cove Springsand in Gainesville on furlough, were O'Leno Friday to Sunday were
daughter, Carol, spent the week- science and management de Mrs. John Haney of Key- invited for last week's meetingby Joey Bakken, Sonny Loudon,Fay-
end with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Far- gree. He Is now employed with stone Heights, representing the the New River Association anna Farabee, Darlene Hobbs,
nor In Brooksvllle. the Southern Retail Credit As- Starke BPW Club, attended the WMU. Jan Graudon, and Janice Han-
sociation of Jacksonville. in Gainesville .
district three meeting -
Herbert Thomas visited his over the weekend.Mr. kens.Mr.
slgter, Mrs. C.M. Fowler In Spring Clearance40% offal and Mrs. James Wigginsof
Winter Park last Wednesday and Leila's. and Mrs. Charles Par- Jacksonville spent the week-
Thursday. sons have returned to their homein end with Mr. and Mrs. One
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli Glens Falls, N.Y. after two Wiggins.Lt. .
Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Sheppardand visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
son, Bobby, and friend of Stefanelli and family in Ocalaon Clyde B. Terwillegar and fam New ArrivalsBradford Col. and Mrs. V.J. Speng-
Brunswick, Ga. will spend the Sunday. ily. ler attended a barbecue dinner
weekend with Mrs. Kate Sheppard at the Arsonal in St. Augustine 19
and attend the First Baptist Mrs. W.E. Middleton, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Ben- County Hospital announces Monday night of last week, hon-
Church Homecoming. E.L. Matthews and daughters, nett of Orlando were Sunday vis- the following births: oring Col. and Mrs. Averill of
Mrs. B.C. Ferguson and Betsy, itors of Mrs. J.E. Wilson. Washington, D.C. and Col. and
l.ocal admittances to Brad- attended the Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Artemis Brown, Mrs. Klncaid of AUanta, Ga.
ford County: Hospital this week Homecoming in Ilortense, Ga. on Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Vining have Starke, a daughter, Arline Paul-
include:: Mrs. Kathleen M.Mose- Sunday. had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. ette, April 8. DP/1 Bobby Wiggins of San
Icy and Johnny Cargile,Melrose; Don Joiner and daughter Char- Diego, Calif was home last
Mrs. Alice Barnes, Lawtey;William Sgt. Denton DeVoe, who has lene, of Greenwood, S.C. Over Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Alvarez Thursday and Friday enroute to
E. Starling, Graham; Lewis been home on 21 days leave, the weekend and on Sunday, Mr. Starke, a son, Arthur his new base at Norfolk, Va.
Turner Jr. and Mrs. Nolle left Monday for 18 months further and Mrs. J.C. Vining and chil- Robert, April 9.
Cason, Ralford; Mrs. LulerCar- service In Frankfurt, Ger- dren of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Newcomb is con- GTXSee
tcr, :Maxville; Mrs. Helen L\ many. Mrs. Charlie Wiggins and famIly Mr. and Mrs.Danny Thompson fined at home for six weeks
Fowler, 1 Edwin. Sanders Lucinda of Stockton, Ga.Mrs. of Jacksonville, announce the after receiving a broken anklein
Joy Nugent, Mrs. Willie Mac Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs and birth of a son, Daniel Kevin, a fall In front of Eagle's
Judd, Mrs. Juanita Dinkins,M.A. daughter, Carol attended the in St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack- store on Call Street last Sat-
Baldwin Jr., Mrs. Annie Tom- Holiday On Ice show at the Col- W.B. Sewell left Wednesday sonville, on March 31. Maternal urday. It
linson, L.B. Jordan Mrs. Dorothy iseum Wednesday night. of last week to visit grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Today !
Bagwell, June Alice Gat- her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. W.F. Moore, of Lawtey. Pater- Mrs. Lonnie Harley spent the
lin, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, John and Mrs. Jeff Powell in Spring nal grandparents are Mr. and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Al
Simpson and Mrs. Jossie Leo Spring; Clearance40% oH- Valley, N.Y. Mrs. Harold W. Thompson,Jacksonville Harley at Merritt Island.
Woodcock, Starke. at Leila's. .
Byron Newcomb of Brandon
-- -- --- --
- is spending this week with his
Mrs. K.G. Duncan has returned parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. New-
after several weeks In the Ochs- comb, while In this section on
t ner Foundation Hospital, New business.Mr. .
Orleans, La. where she under- I
went surgery. and Mrs. David Montgomery -
spent Saturday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastain Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Tolbert in
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wil- Lake City.
t laims in Gainesville Sunday.

Mrs. Jessie Williams of Lake +an a +'r
Butler and Miss Louise Stern iP
Spring Clearance40% offal attended the Music Teacher's
Leila's. National Convention in Miami
t last week and also spent three
Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Adkinson days in Nassau.
were Friday to Monday visitorsof
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mrs. Jack Dewees Jr.and children 1-
while enroute to their home in of Hialeah are guests this
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada after week of Dr. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch
elyl.; yiN t spending the winter in St. Cloud. and family and also visited Tom
: a re Ritch In St. Luke's Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Starling Tom is steadily improving from
tt Mrs.Lucian Johns and Carl- injuries received in an automo-
ton Faulk of Jacksonville were bile accident several weeks ago.
tt t weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. VALIANTThe
4{ Mj Maxie Carter Sr.

\\\j\ : ::::::z THE BRADFORD CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

+: :::: t tt COUNTY TELEGRAPH EDWARD'S Statfce: That Rides

; I r, vY1- S Published every' Thursday Sunday 9:13: a.m.Thursday Mass. 8 a.m. and Compact

r V at 1.18 W. Call Street Maaa, 6:34: pm.

F r s r' ,d l rr, Starke Florida 32091 Mleaculoua Medal Novena: Like A Car!
i f
V q +, tN t Second class! postage paidat !'Saturday 7 p.m.

?s'r Starke, Florida ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone

; Heights .. .. .- .. . .
N Subscription Rates: Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. -
In trade area: $5.00 per Wednesday Mats it Novena,
t year; $2.75 sic l : months. 7 p.m.
Outside trade area: $3.50 ;
vk 6 ST. MARY'S Macclenny:
X per year; $3.00 alt months'" Sunday Matt, 11:30: a.m. If want car

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/ Ilk ; mr. i. : NOTICEDue : that makes it

t to the rapidly increasing costs of pro ,

duction. The Telegraph finds it necessary to institute .
\ a nominal charge for the use of photo- SEE
graphs for announcements and engagements on .

ItA t our society pages. The following rates will apply, .
effective April 1 : -


t : ;: ) $3.00 S ATStarke

We will continue to make no charge for engagement
CATALINA makes all your world a beach with BOUQUET PIQUE..field flowers announcements cr wedding write-ups .

scattered on imported woven pique of 100% Cotton. The wire bra bikini looks where no photographs are required. S

smashing with the patio pants, or topped by the slim shift. Create a tunic effect The use of color photographs (is discouraged as .

with the shift over pants. YOU CAN FEEL HOW GOOD IT LOOKS. Bikini: .
t they do not reproduce as well as black and white. ChryslerPlymouth

DIAMOND LAC E..C ATA UNA'S: play of texture-on-texture that takes Please !submit' black and white photographs, if .

a new approach, to ,ot'I'.thl'ollgh. The niooth control sheath heightensthe possible. .

illusion of !limne'"'". Top it with a filmy coverup for a whole new In order to handle wedding' articles efficiently U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600
look. See thorn today. The Telegraph requests that all information be .
submitted no later than noon Monday following .

the wedding. Accounts of weddings occuring .
more than two weeks before date of publication .
I cannot he used. Printed wedding; information
kses:3 forms may lie obtained at The Telegraph office The Dealer With .
for your convenience. Your cooperation III be l.IJ

O. appreciated. .S TOTAL SERVICE

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that Starke -113 S. Walnut St.,

Opposite Views Taken 1 $600,000: CourthouseUses Two Post Youths Names Mental Program Health Told the recruitment Parents Summer are of Head reminded children! Start For program tor tog Phone Clay, phone 964-5689.Hill-289-2591.old school build-

Is still in progress.
Seen Penney/ Farm school
II lI'lI'II For Boys Star To CUBB StaffThe an application or addition In- toutld'ng phone 5295271.

Continued Fran Page One format-on the following)) Neighborhood Lake Butler-P. O. Box 536
On J Paving Set I American Legion Post 56 has CUBE Economic Agencybald Service Centers may phone 4987771.WWWWWWWWWWW .
REA Electric' Bill a selected Robert S. Mullins, Jr. its monthly staff meetingon be contacted:
Main obstacle to the idea Is and Robert (Bob) Edwards as April 14 At Its central of .-.._----------------_. ......................
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parking space the superintendentsays. delegates to attend Boys Statein dice in Starke with Mrs. Ellen
(Continued From Page One) ies don't furnish police and fire (Continued From Page One) But plans are being made Tallahassee June 21-27. Spivey of the State Divisionof

protection, sidewalks. When chased. now to demolish the old county; Mental HealtOi.: ea guest STARKER S
It used to .bethe practice in back pg4jcENTERIM E-
and the restrooms
Jail The American Legion Depart-
senator says, and should be represented people are in a territory to be for residents! to give right- old courthouse.Idea speaker. I I
of the
of Florida, Boys
In Tallahassee to op- annexed they want all city ser- /of-way when they' wanted a sponsors :Mrs. Spivey who works oul COUNT NT.
of 'TA."
State to inculcate a
pose the measure. vices. The bill denies them road paved Chairman Zedra of occupying the old build- of the Gainesville office, When hearings on the stay put that right, Nolan said since cit individual responsibility to the
Hamilton stated. ing Is a departure from: the school cussed her duties in the district .
bill opened before the Commerce ies like Starke couldn't affordto muc1we've board's plan to sell the buildingand community state, and nation on which Includes Bradford.! :
"I'd like to know hew<< \ :
the of today's youth.
Committee last Thursday April expand unless it can also paid for right-of-way in to build offices elsewhere.The part County, and mad. sugrjestlans:
15, Starke City; Councilman P.T. expand its lucrative power sys- Upon arrival Tallahassee the that 'would' enable, staff Pets is
Oscar the past 10 years. :Hamilton school board was deeded mem i. ourBusiness
Nolan and Utilities Supt. boys will be assigned to mythical /bars to deal i
said. more effectivelywith
Davis were present. Rep. Shaw, tem.The the old building by the county ?
and grouped an
a member of the committee, bill was quickly amended "It's going' \! to covers great commission. Included in the deed political parties will problems of mental
into cities and counties.They
left most of the talk during the last Thursday to eliminate its deal //Of the dollars' : we've teen is a provision for the school and out all health. Not a :
2-1/2-hpur hearing to his col- policy of declarations after Wil- given to build roads," Commissioner board to get the first $45,600 hold elections carry Persons in need: of Mrs. ry
leagues and to those city officials liam Morris, attorney for the Buck Norman said. when the building is sold and functions government. Eplvey's services may contact I SidelineCome :
opposing the measure and City of Bartow, pointed out the "When you find lOUt teU the county to receive anything Membership in Boys State is the nearest Neighborhood Ser- in
the REA representative supporting declaration gives carte blanche me" Comm:s3kmer Dave Shu- over that. limited to boys with outstanding :vice Center. :

it. approval of every decision con- ford state:! "I've never beer qualifications of leadership,hon The meeting was also at : Today.Complete :
Terming his proposal a "con- cerning territorial agreementsthat able to find cut.1 Shuford( salt miles of the, Crawford Settlement or, loyalty, and service,who have tend by :Mrs. Betty Bennettof .
sumer protection bill for elect- the PSC has ever made. :Ihe'd specifically like to know completed their Junior year In the .
ric companies," Rep Ted Alvarez Rep. Shaw,home over the weekend what right of ''Way casts> onUS Road Is 270000. high school and have at least of Commodity Food Division Z :
The Laura Church Road, Bradford! county, and
said the stay put bill It
said it places cities on -301 north and south and one more semester remaining. .
basis one of several that shows a which runs 2.6 miles from the Williams Cvdl Defense Fish and Plants. <
the same as private power on SR-IOO cost the county. : Selection Tropical g
Alvarez cities trend in the Legislature's at- end of the hard surface on Post Commander Frank Wil- Director, who agreed: to lend
companies. says At Commissioner Ralph Bry-
now "run rough shod over con- titude toward cities. He pointed an's suggestion!; : copies 'Of the the Old Lawtey Road to SR-16, liams said that Ralph Diggs the use of a projector to show : HAMSTERS; GUINEA PIGS WHITF J
sumers" and want "complete out another bill Senate Bill : la estimated at 130000. principal of BUS and his staff the Head Start film "Jenny" MICE PARAKEETS
request of the DOT be also( :
freedom because they are a 278 approved by the Senate Com- The Bessent Road extension assisted in the selection of the and the film "Walk in aij
governmental entity." mittee on Commerce and Licensed mailed. to the county's three project Is set at $80,000. boys named. Shoes' N.......................a..............N B
legislators to let them know
Businesses, which would
The Duval representative cited
the county\ is attempting to
prohibit municipally owned water -
his trouble in getting electric ,
secure the In rmllt1oo
and utilities located
service for two farms he owns. sewer
The City of Jacksonville Elec- within a single county from "And as for us spending
tric Authority first refused him charging consumers outside the money to( survey' roads we
service, he said. REA agreedto city limits a rate of more than see no prospect of paving
come into the area, but when 50 per cent in excess of the rate within 10 years I cant. ait
the JEA heard about that a charged within the city. The City that" Commissicner: : ShuXord
race was started to see who of Starke, for instance, chargesa added.In .
could get lines to him first. $2 minimum for water users it's five-year proposal to
inside the city. But outside the
Alvarez scored what he termeda
the Commission, the DOT e U-
city, where a person is not or
wasteful duplication of ser-
nates county wide costs for
vices. city power, the minimum rate
1970-71 at 2000. In 1971-72 *
for water service is $6.
"The bill does not touch rate
total of $75,000 in secondary. is
regulations. It merely calls for
scheduled to be spent, the
regulation by PSC when a utility
it Pleasant
bulk of on the
expands into an area," Alvarez -
Grove Road. between SR-16 1 1I
Roy Caldwell of Clearwatert City Hits Shaw and the Brownlee Road! (SR3-
representing the co-ops CREA)
said the co-ops are only inter- In 72-73 the DOT ha Included -
ested in keeping what they have And House UnitContinued the placement: of :flashing ,
and not expanding into suburban elgnate: at the O. SAP railroad
areas. crossing at New River at an
U REA cooperatives lose cus- estimated' cost icl $12,000. Thai g
( From Page One)
tomers they now serve, he said, is. the number one priority
"We could not repay loans for City officials have. repeatedly Item on the Bradford County
service we provided when there pointed out that private secondary road ,!work list. 1i1

was no'one else to serve those power' companies don't supply Pleasant Grove rood Is the ,,
areas/ garbage service, police protection number 2 item. y
Jack Peeples of Tallahassee, ,,and water systsrrvs. PrivAte Also In 72-73 the DOT proposes
attorney for the Florida Muni- elect.rl. companlja: are glad to \begin work on the
cipalities Association, disa- to skim the profit 'off the one Crawford Settlement Read
greed. He argued that REA was service which Is a money from SR-16 to SR-22S, the coun-
created to give service to people maker, they print out, 'but ty's :number 3 priority :Item. A
who could not get it else- ma9 no attempt to provide total ci: $183,000 would'; be spent
where. Idea Peeples said, | .
was ancllllory services! In t the county during that + -
for the cooperatives to go out year. <
of existence when their custo- Councilman: Nolan ']pointed out A

mers could be' serviced. by a again Tuesday: Chat 25 per In 73-74 a total of $19.000 la ,. .
private utility.; cent of Starke's present budget -' proposed for the county's secondary 5
Peeple said urban areas are goes, for free services. road projects The .
expanding and that 'annexation Crawford road is Mill IA the \
Sales i&f electric current In 7'i
is a.conttmdngprocess, picture to the tune of 78000. 'a kIi >
"You're the City of Starke In 1970 is a
tryffig to solve the Work on the Laura ChurchRoad t
problem with a stop-gap measure expected to pass the million : the county's number 4
," the told the dollar mark for the first time.
attorney priority( itcrnis proposed ,to, t_
But the city's water "system, .
Commerce Committee "The bill ; !begin that year and 'will take
would freeze in all corporate garbage' pick up receratlon department ''
up the :bulk! of the remainder'
boundaries even though they will street pavinj. streetlights of the $190,000 yearly expenditure ,
continue expand." mosquito( control All
. Starke City Councilman Tom ere expends which have to
Nolan told the committee he Is /foe finance: by the power: revenue a
117415, final :year of thprest".Dt 9 t:
especially concerned with areas and a small amour' of
It is possible may be annexed. city taxes, the officials point five-year' DOT plan,
the plan is to epend total
"Co-ops and power compan not.f .
of $149,000. Of that, $63.000 s.'f. .
TT ::::- would 'be spent on the Laura.
Church Roai) :: paving Job. The ,

f t t tt Basaent Road project. the
county'. number 5 project .la.
also slated for 74-73 to the

For Part-Time Work, Some Night tune of $30.000. Y ,

Work, and to fill-in when regular Total cost of placingthe
t typist off. Desire Settled, 30 years 't flashing signals .At the SR-233

or older person.Bradford :railroad cl'OS'Jlnr.t New ,
River Is estimated toy! the DOT
at 12000.
County Telegraph The 1.3 mile Pleasant. Grove rfI
j Road, from 8R-18 to SR-229,1
esttmabed to cost 80000. I

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Scouts Plan position. ners and assistant denners last
I F RECREATION NEWS I a April 30, the Cub Scouts Circus week were: for Den 1- Allen
Expo CompetitionCub will be at the Southslde Montgomery, assistant denner,
Cafetorium at 7:30: p.m. and Mundorf.BRINSON'S .
BgryTAM BASEBALLThe SMALL FRY SOFTBALLThe RECREATION SOFTBALL Scouts are selling tick- Omitted from the list of den-
Bantam Baseball League Small Fry Softball Pro- STANDINGS TIGHT i1P1 ets for a Scout Exposition, to
ended Its combined practices gram got underway Monday, Ap- Teams in Recreation Softball be held at the Armory in 2-6 Gaines-

split up into Individual teams. ril 20, .with 45 boys signed to League bunched together In t; aer ville Kenny, May Dinklns 2, ,from PInewood Der-p.m. CORNER
Southern Discount, BPOE 1802, play. standings with each team having In
Police Department, and Coca Co, This program is boys ages played three games. by winner, will compete the Ex-a
la will sponsor the teams this 7, 8, 9. Boys who have't signed The Men's Recreation Softball District wide race at
season. yet may still do so at the Pratt League opened league play Under New ManagementEdith
Coaches for the teams this Street Center. Practice sessionsare Monday, April 6,and after games 2-1 Wlnn Dixie, Madison St. and
year are as follows: So. DIs- being held each Monday and played through April 20 the league f Lawtey Rec.; 1-2, Starke Utili- and Shorty Baker
count, Wayne McLeod & Jerry Wednesday, 3:30-5: P.m. standings Is "UP TIGHT." ties 0-3.
Chilly; ; BPOECharles Johns Only one team is winless and
& Buford McKInney;Police-Gene WOMEN'S SOFTBALL only one team remains undefeated r : GROCERIES BEER GAS
Rayburn & Randall Davis: Coca ** Planning sessions are in the with each team having played SCHEDULE
ColaRichard Williams & Ran- final stages for the 1970 Wo three games. Three teams have Thursday April 237:30: p.m.,
dy Jones. men's Softball League with four two and one records, while three The Profs vs Starke Utilities; Your
Opening Day will be held Saturday teams, Colonial Florist, Nor- teams have one and two records. 9 p.m., Rec Rebels vs MadisonSt. Patronage AppreciatedOUR
May 9, with all gamesto man's Farm, Hurst Shell Ser- Rapt
be played at Pratt Street vice, aod Koch's Drugs, makingup GAME RESULTS Monday, April 277:30, Cun- NEW NAMEBAKER'S
Playground.Each the league. APRIL 6 ningham Gulf vs Winn Dixie;
team will play two gamesa Games are scheduled to begin Rec. Dept. 20Winn Dixie 0 9 p.m., Plaza Lodge. vs Starke GROCERY
week with single games playedon Friday, May 8. There will be Rec. Dept had 18 hits led by Utilities.
Monday and Tuesday evenings, just Friday night games Instead Randy Jones and Marvin Moore f 'i4 Tuesday, April 287:30, Law- HIGHWAY 100 AT THERESSA
and a double header on Friday. of.twice a week. each three-for-four. Winn Dixie tey vs Madison St. Bapt; 9 p.m.,
had only four hits. Scotty Rho- The Profs vs Rec Rebels.
dent was two-for-two.
The Profs 24-Madison.Baptist -
Visit the Colonelsaven 4. Charles Hall and Pat .... .
Farnsworth each had four-for-
four to pace the Profs. Charles --
Blalock was two-for-two for the
church team. Winning team (from left) : Gary Webber Instructor -

APRIL 7Cunningham Gulf 13Plaza Quineey Gardner Lamar Johnson. vvMotorsSERVICE ]

Lodge 3 Local Vo-Tech Mechanics Team
Cunningham collected 15 base
hits with Wayne Sapp and Billy
Sanford going threeforthree.Plaza Wins Regional N
had 12 hits with Steve
clip COUpOn and take to your Varnum three for three.
Lawtev 12Starke Utilities 9. A chance to compete for a examination, 30 per' cent, and
Kentucky Fried Chicken TakeHome.Be Lawtey had 12 hits. Chuck Ma- share of $125,000 In college mechanical ability, 70 per cent. l .
sure to include the stub with theColonel's jor was two-for-two. The City scholarships was won by the The mechanical category Included
picture as part of the coupon team collected 14 base hits and Trouble Shooting Team from grading on quality of work-
were led by Wendell Grover and Bradford-Union Area Vocational manship, observance of safety
Richard Kerchalne's two-for- Technical School in statewide practices, and mechanical apti
OFFER GOOD SUNDAY three. competition at Tallahassee last tude. In Indianapolis they will
Friday. be competing with 100 other win-
i ------1 APRIL 26 ONLY Rec. Dept. 12-Lawtey 0 The local team, composed of ing teams from 50 states.
Rec Dept had only 9 base hits Gary Webber, of Melrose, and The Plymouth Trouble Shoot-
I I I II with Jim Veasey going three- Lamar Johnson, Lawtey, placed ing Contest is sponsored
I b I The bucket-IS! pireet, for-three. Lawtey could garner first In the Northern Florida annually by the Chrysler Cor-
of chicKen, the Colonel only a single base hit by Richard Region, and won an allexpensepaid poration to recognize outstand-
I I mils.:'s, specie, gravy' hot Durban. trip to the national com ing young auto mechanic students
I $3.IS with $1.00cou The Profs 11- Winn Dixie 8 petition in Indianapolis. Ind., and encourage them to make a Air
I pon. Profs had 11 hits. Pat Farns- June 15, 16, 17. Expenses will career In this field. This Is the ConditioningPLUS
I I Thell."el21 of worth was three-for-three. Den- also be paid for their Instructor 18th year that the contests have
I 'finger, .lichin, good chick. nis Pollock was two-for-four for Quincy Gardner. been held in Florida and the
I ONLY PER ONE COUPON en Only$4.SO with$1. p10N the losers. In Tallahassee the boys were 5th year of participation by the
I I Coupon APRIL 14Cunningham judged on the basis of written Bradford-Union Vo-TechCenter.
BUCKET ORj. Gulf 33- Starke
BARREL when clipped' Utilities 4Cunningham James Wheeler had two of Wlnn Gulf Team's big guns allowing
I ''a include stub with picture, I =-- Gulf pounded the Dixie's six hits while Raymond them only 11 scattered safeties.
I ol'the' Colonel I It ball for 33 base hits led by Harold Durban had two of Lawtey's eight Each team committed six field-

Keatsky., FM4 Gklrlt4K r, "" Davis's five hits.John Brad- hits. ing errors.
I II '
t & ; : ley was three-for-three for the APRIL 20 The REC REBELS moved Into
T--;.-----t Utilities team. In the first game of a Mon- the lead In the first inning 10.
':.,\ : Plaza Lodge 10Madison St. day night double header Madi- Cunningham took the lead 2-1
I I t 'r I II II" Bapt. 0Plaza son St. Baptist recorded it's after two Innings, but the Rebels -
I 1/') utilized only 9 hits to first win: of the season at the came back with three runs
I i I score 10 runs. Charles Lundywas expense of Starke Utilities witha in the third Inning to lead 42.
I I Z woe two-for-four. Madison St. sound 19-4 whipping.The church Cunningham's big bats boomedin
I tai I II r dc/ had only six hits, with) six play- team came up with 11 big runs the fifth inning and when the El PLUS I:
18I ers getting one hit each. in the Inning and then coastedto smoke had cleared they had come
I I II = APRIL 16 the win. Madison St. collected up with five big runs to go
I Plaza Lodge 10The Profs 5 16 hits to the loser's eight. out In front 7-4, but this was FREON
..... J$ The Profs, a team composed Charles Blalock, George Pierce, the final damage they could mus-
primarily of Bradford teachers, James Talley, and James Bla- ter as In the final innings they :
CLIP suffered their first defeat when lock each were twoforthree.Bob could only garner 3 hits and no
the Plaza Lodge trimmed them Pace had a perfect nightat runs.
10-5. Plaza had enough runs after the plate for the City team On the other hand, 'the REC Any Model Or Make Car
KKntvckvfried their second time at bat to win going three-for-three. REBELS came up with two runs
the game. Plaza collected 15 In the nightcap of the double In the fifth and three in the
base hits paced by Tom Hardy's header, the Rec. Dept. and Cun- sixth to take a 9-7 lead. The
four-for-four. Allen Huckenber- ningham Gulf, both sporting undefeated Gulf team made one final effort Check All Lines For Leaks -
ry had two of the Profs six hits. records, squared off in the top of the seventh
to do battle and quite a battleIt inning as they loaded the bases
Winn Dixie 9Lawtey 8 turned out to be. When it Check All Connections
from behindin but the winners rose to the occasion -
was over the Rec team found and denied the Gulfers
; Ik 4keJJ the final Inning to post It's themselves sitting atop the lea- a run. Gene Melvin paced the
first win of the early season
with a 9-8 victory. Lawtey led gue standings, their record Intact winners at the plate with three Rechange System.
the 4-0 going into the after handing a good hits In four at bats. Mike Hew-
game ningham Gulf team a 9-7 loss. itt led the losers efforts with
bottom of the fourth Inning, but
The REC REBELS collected 12 two hits In three attempts.
the grocery team tied it at four of
base hits off the offerings LEAGUE STANDINGSRec.
all. After five Innings It was James Louis, while winning pitcher
Dept. 3-0, Cunningham
301 North ... Starke Wlnn Dixie 7-6, and going into Gene Burton throttled the Gulf, Plaza Lodge, and The Profs
the bottom of the seventh Law- .
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r Co. Dragline To Clean Ditches i Ten Days For Coalition] Conservative l I I DIG. PULL

Forty-one "conservative
Florida Equipment Company, -Heard a protest from a Lin- at 8 P.m. In the VA Hospital to facilitate Inventory records ocrats" In the Florida House of oc. cftMMS
Jacksonville, was Monday awarded coln City Road resident Henry Auditorium in Gainesville. kept by Deputy Clerk Virginia Sanford, 23. of Starke, Representatives have announcedthe ur SWAP "
a $31,104 contract for a new Browder that his property near Chairman Hamilton noted that Darby. was sentenced to ten days In formation of a coalition "to UMOVt THtM Jfr'NSJVfir .<. f
county dragline to be used exclusively the Owen Joist steel plant is Commissioner Dave Shuford Is -Discussed at length with Abe Jail by County Judge T.A. Yawnat offer a more stable approach to FRUISTIMATES ".
to clean road ditches. being used as a dumping groundfor the board member looking after Abstrosky, executive of the Savin for plea day Tuesday Apr. 21, government In Florida." CALL 376-176 .
dead animals chickens and the county's health services Corp. copying machine company driving while his 'license i "
Florida Equipment low bid- calves. Browder said he had contacted but it was not Indicated whe- the types; of paper to be used was under suspension. Included In the group are SAP .;: RI
der 'b.J' $567 under M.V. Moody the sheriff and county; ther a board member will attend in the county; permanent records. Sanford pleaded guilty aDd the Rep. Gene Shaw, of Starke, and d1URUCUNS&
& Sons who bid $31,671. Ring sanitarian without results. the meeting. The paper from the new mach- Judge Imposed the Jail term Rep. Ralph Tyre of Lake City.;
Power Corp. bid $41,748 on a Chairman Zedra Hamilton said -Indicated that Commissioner ine, which the county Is tryingout which is mandatory under the
larger machine but was well out the board is working on the prob- Norman and CD Director Frank has been criticized by some law. At the request of the defen Leaders of the group told news-
of contention. lem, referring to a proposed Williams will attend a civil defense persons Mrs. Darby said. At dant, who is a part-time Cityof men that the first legislativegoal t tt
The machine the county; accepted sanitation ordinance which is being natural disaster meeting her suggestion, the commission Starke of the coalition would be I
Is a 15-ton T-350 Bantam readied. It will be 30 to 45 sponsored by Gov. Claude Kirk. agreed to try out a complete employe the Judge to restore the flve-memberState SCOTT'SMobile
Delivery will be made In days before month's announced the 10 days may be Road Board
the law to control To be held in Keystone Heights, recording on the new which was displaced
45-60 days. illegal dumping can be made effective the meeting is one of 12 being machine before signing a pur- served on weekends. by the new and controversial De-
Need for new machine to do the chairman said. held across the state. chase or lease agreement. Another city employe, Charles partment of Transportation.Rep. t tt
road work Is considered so ser- "You're not the only one In The new machine will save Torode pleaded guilty to two t Home Sales
ious the Commission went ahead the county having trouble. It's -Was told by Clerk Inman Green over $2,000 In copying costs traffic charges. He was fined Miley Miers, of Tallahassee -
all over the that Mrs. Thelma Dixon of the over the Xerox machine denied
with the purchase even thoughno county; Commis- the coun- $26 for not having a driver's that the coali-
funds were budgeted In this sioner J.M. (Buck) Norman told Starke Neighborhood Service ty has been using,CommissionerRalph license and $28 for making an tion amounted to a revolt againstthe
Browder. Center has assisted him in filling Bryan said if it proves leadership of House Speaker
fiscal year. The board will use improper turn.
-Approved for Supervisor of a questionaire for the Florida satisfactory. Fred Schultz of Jacksonville. t
the old dragline for a down
pay- the
During plea day proceed- t Iw
men and will budget funds to Elections Geneva Flynn attend- Human Relations Commission.Said -Asked Clerk Green to setupa ET
pay for the new machine in the ance July 8-10 at the Florida a planning committee for meeting with contractor Er- ings, a number of defendants The 41 members are from all .
Supervisors nest Triest pleaded not guilty and their areas of Florida
70-71 budget. Commissioner of Elections Con- community health problems is and architect Frank and represent
Ralph Bryan said. vention. desirable but Instructed Clerk George to thrash out the bids cases were transferred to the large and small counties. Miers
In other action at Monday'smidmonth -Received a request to have a Green to write the Alachua County for a heating and airconditioning trial docket. The defendants and emphasized they would also wel-
meeting the Commission board member at a North Florida Commission, the agency push- contract for the new court- charges are: come Republican members despite ,
: Health Planning Council ing a health center for a 10 county house by- May 1. Hutton Lee Clark, no d:iver'6 the Democratic designation.
meeting next Thursday area, that Bradford cannot -Was told by the clerk thatcounty's Ii's
.< April 30, .license and failure to have his Miers pointed out that the 41 ,
$:::; "" assist financially in the project, ; resolution creating a members
; .' vehicle under control Beulah represent a< majority
ybnAsk''" AZ but will be of the low rent ;
: :; part planning housing authority was Fernandez of Democrats in the 199-member
committee.The sent April 10 to Gov. allowing an
Careless Fires unauthorized (House which is made up of 77 ,
bill calls for the countyto Kirk, but that no word has been person to drive; Democrats and 32 Republicans s
Cost Taxpayers increase its participation in received on the five appoint Jesse Clyde Lawrence, Cleo Car!

Needless Cash the fire control program from ments. Thornton and Arnold C. Mid- due to enter the Air Force next
three to 17 cents That -Told a landscaping contractor .- dleton
per acre. each charged with driv- ,
So-called "careless fires"arecosting would cost the county $18,000 from will Green Cove Springs the ing while intoxicated.Elva week, the judge dismissed the SLASHLIVING
county take
care of landscaping -
Bradford County taxpayers -Told Clerk Green to contact the new courthouse Hampton, charged with Leslie George (Spates) Green ,
hundreds of needless dollars, COSTS
grounds. Plants aggravated assault on his wife
Ernest Triest, contractor for are already a- appeared in answer to ag-
according to the Florida Forest the new courthouse, about a list vailable to the county, Chair- pleaded not guilty but after 'gravated assault charges a
Charley' Service. of 10 items which need checking man Hamilton said. noting that a divorce has been ,
felony. The defendant said he
Careless fires cost the loss Beautiful Mobile Home Now
Including a leak In the roof -Was told by the clerk that word granted in the case, Judge Yawn has retained a
of his
valuable timber and a lawyer In
personal over the office of the parole has been received from the Sec- dismissed the charges. He warn- and SAVE! ,
E. F property, as well as the expense defense and asked for and was ,
of State Tom
commission. retary Adams office
k of Hampton that he was undera
operating fire-fighting
-Noted the courthouse eleva- that the county; first home rule circuit court order granted right to a Low Means Savings For You i
JohnaAbout equipment, the Forest Service tor contract bids are still in ordinance number 70-1, granting to stay preliminary hearing. No date Overherd\ I.
said. the hands of Architect Frank assistance to fire depart- away from his former wife. for the hearing was set. Phone 964-6657 U.. S. 301 North
Five "careless fires" have George and no report has been ments in the county, has been John Ramsey Jr., pleaded not In several cases involving ,
This Question: in been the reported area north so far of Starke this year to made. certified by the state and is guilty to petty larceny charges juvenile offenders, the court ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET

"It's convenient and economical Lavrtey. Such fires result from -Received a request asking a now an official law. and after his father told the suspended their driver's licenses '
to have 'package' burning trash, smoking, or from resolution applying for a com- -Told Probation Officer Jim court that the young man was for 1 15 to 30 days. ... .tgL. _
camp fires not properly extin- prehensive water and sewer planning Bloodworth to proceed with having -
policies for homeowners guished.To grant from the US. Department six wooden chairs from the
.. farmowners .. mercantile prevent such "careless of Agriculture. Sucha old courthouse refinished for
firms.. office build fires" the public is asked to resolution is necessary before placement in his conferenceroom.
ings. Does the Charley E. burn only on days of high humidity the county; can be consideredfor Bloodworth said he has
Johns Agency now have a clear the area aroundthe a planning grant application, in the room an old table which
the ag department letter stated. has been refinished and which
fire, and notify the Fire
simildr package policy including Dispatcher at the Florida For- The county applied for funds for the chairs would complement. Our FirstAnniversary
theft and liability, est Service, phone 964-5436, such a planning grant last year, -Received a "thank you" note
for churches' school!'!, and when planning to burn. but had heard nothing until this from the Bradford Fair Asso-
month. ciation for help given by the
institutions? Unless notified, the ForestSer-
vice must send fire fighting -Directed disposition of a list county in the recent county fair.
Charley E. equipment to every location of items and furnishing from the Road Foreman R.E. Jones( was
where smoke is detected from old courthouse and old Jail, which singled out by the FA for special I
JOHNS AGENCY the observation towers. This is were not sold at bid last month, praise for his assistance.-n__. Sale !
-Replied to the Florida Insur-
an unnecessary expense to the
taxpayers in many cases, and If You FailedTo ance Rating Bureau that Its sug-
131 So. Walnut St. could be prevented if the Fire Return Census gested improvements will be car-
Phone 964-5070 Dispatcher was notified prior to ried out. Portable fire extinguishers -
burning. Form Do So Now have already been
checked or refilled Foreman
Thanks To Our
r R.E. Jones said. The Commis- Many
Jos. J. Kadison, District Man-
sion instructed
NEED READY CASH' ager of the 1970 Census of Popu- several buildings that be heaters provided in Customers For A
lation and Housing for the area with pilot lights.

r including Bradford County, says -Received an early request Successful. Year :
ComeSeeUst that a number of census forms from the Department of Agri
that should have been returnedon
culture for
$3,990 to support thecounty's
April 1 have not yet reached
r ; control unit. Accepting
.1' .-:" We make loan for his office. the request from Dis-
any worthwhile pur "If yours is one of the miss- trict Forester A.G. McCullers FridaySaturday Sunday
rR ing ones, we ask that you fill Jr., the board noted that if
pose it out and mail in today. Don't bill
placing the entire costs of

$25 to $600 make calling the at Census your"home Bureau for come the fire passed control it will on put the Bradford county out Is April 24th Through 26th

completed form, Mr. Kadison
of the fire
DO YOU HAVE said. business.

Every person must be count
Too many paymentsto ed, the District Manager said,
make? whether by mall or by personal JacksonvilleBusiness
visit, and the cost of the census FRIED CHICKEN
Too many bills to increases with each householdthat
must be visited.
payToo Kadison pointed out that the
many taxes success of the census dependson
the cooperation of every
coming duet DINNER
household, and every Individualin
filling out and returning the
Let Us Help With Your Money questionnaire. Directory
Helpful examples on how to
Problems mark answers to the questionsare
given on the yellow instruc- Auto Sales and Service
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form. The brown mall-back envelope

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i Now THAT Was An Orange Tree I ri .t'tlJ1-f."t'!woman's b

Some yellowed newspaper clip Fe River, by troops of the South tree and the location of Fort By Martha Sue McCain

pings,' from issues at The Tele- Carolina Volunteers under the Harllee. County Extension
graph back In the 1930's, were command of a Major Harllee, C.D. Thomas, of Graham,
brought to light at a meetingof and named in his honor, althoughit called at The Telegraph office Home Economics Agent$

the Bradford County Historical is usually mispelled Harlee. and stated that the famous tree .., \ ai air

Society last week by Mrs. "In front of the officers quar- was planted by his greatgreatuncle WHAT HAVE YOU DONE days in the refrigerator at 35

Gladys Mansell Ayer who had ters at this post. Major Harl Samuel Thomas, and that FOR A BEE LATELY? to 40 degrees. For longer stor-

saved them over the years. lee planted the seed of an excellent Fort Harllee (or Harley) was The honey bees goofed again. age, wrap in freezer paper or

The clippings have to do witha China orange which he located in Bradford County between and produced too much honey. foil and keep at zero degrees In

famous orange tree that once had brought from Charleston. Of Santa Fe River and Hampton That's why honey's on the April the freezer.

grew at Fort Harllee the best the several seedling from this Lake. rrr"iv plentiful foods list of the U.S.
known Indian War fort in this plalnting. one proved more thrif- There was nothing left at the Department of Agriculture. One A CHICKEN YOKE
immediate area. ty and prolific than the rest and site (even In the 1930's) exceptan delicious: way to use honey is as How do you decide what size

Although the existence of the was cared for by subsequent old milldam post. Mr. Thomas a sandwich filling. To make a eggs are the best buy? Generally

tree is well documented, thereis garrisons during that war 0835- said. The old fort which honey and cream cheese filling, speaking, if there's less than a

some debate as to the exact was used by early plantation settlers use three tablespoons liquid or 7-cent price spread per dozen
location of Fort Harllee. Most "The late Hon. Marion L. for protection during the creamed honey and a four-ounce between one size and the next

old maps show the site as the Payne, for many years county Indian wars, was not maintainedand package of cream cheese. Beat smaller size in the same grade,

area lying between Santa Fe Riv- superintendent of Marion County disappeared years ago. the honey and cream cheese together you will get more for your money

er and Hampton take In southern schools has told me that his The big tree was killed in i; until] light and fluffy. Or by buying the larger size.

Bradford County. But at least father, Dr. George Payne of Mi- freezing weather of January ... .. t you might prefer honey with Refrigerate the eggs as soon as
one other map, and some docu- canopy, the first resident physician 1886, Mr. Thomas said, and was .. .. chopped dried fruits and nuts. you get them home, storing them

ments refer to it as being located of Alachua County; and the over 50 years old at that time. of'- ..... Or honey and chopped or grated large end up. Cook eggs at low
in northern Alachua Coun- only one until 1850, had a prac- The season before It was killed ... orange peel. Another good filling to moderate temperatures because -
tice from Fort Har- it bore 150 boxes of of honey high temperatures and
ty. It Is possible, of course, that extending oranges. is equal parts ,
Fort Harllee came to mean the ley and Newnansvllle in the nor- And that was not the end of peanut butter and butter, or mar- over-cooking toughen eggs.

general area of the old fort thern end of Alachua County to the Fort Harllee controversy. garine. If you don't mind calor-

and could have embraced the Fort King and Ocala in the pre- Another account of the tree was ies, make some Swiss honey by STRAWBERRY SYRUP

land on both sides of the riverat sent Marion County. As he vis- received the same day in a let- : i mixing equal parts honey, butter, Perhaps you noticed in the
that point. The perponderanceof ited, he was accustomed to dis- ter from a Hampton writer who :: or margarine, and whipped Canning Section of the 1970( Brad-

evidence,.however, is on the tribute oranges from the famous requested that her name be with cream. ford County Fair a jar of clear,
side Bradford County as the tree at Fort Harllee after the held. The letter said: "-. rich, red strawberry syrup.This
actual location of the fort. manner of Johnny Appleseed and "As to the location of Fort HOW TO HANDLEA was entered by Mrs.T.F. Howell.

As for the orange tree, the his apples. Harley, it is between the Santa t- FRESH CHICK Keystone Heights, and she has

following letter written by II.J. "This tree was in 1850 said to Fe River and a small lake, which .. When you bring home fresh agreed to share her techniques.Mrs. .
Chaffer, curator of the Florida be the largest sweet orange tree lies about 1-1/4 miles west of meat or poultry get in into Howell uses-

State Museum in the early 1930's In the state. The freeze of 1835 Hampton, known in recent yearsas the refrigerator as soon as pos- 1 cup strawberry Juice
had killed those growing here Hampton Lake. sible. Here are some tips on 2
was published in the Florida First Kingsley Lake ResortWith cups sugar
Time-Union and reprinted in The formerly, while the seed of the "Nothing now remains of the safe storage: Wrap the meat
Telegraph great tree was still safe in the old fort buildings. Great moss- loosely to allow air to circulate : Stirring to dissolve thoroughly -
ground. By 1860 it had laden oaks, a few and to boll BUT JUST TO
grownso pines, around it. Some refriger- bring a
"According to letter from
a summer coming on memories of the of
early Kingsley
Col. W.C. Harllee U.S. Marine large it could be seen for small undergrowth are all the ators have compartments for A BOIL or you may have jelly!
Corps of 824 GravlerStreet, New miles and bore over 10.009 good sight to be seen there now. A Lake are brought back by this scene of n gala swimming: party at storing fresh meat unwrapped. If Set aside, and skim and bottle.

Orleans, La., to Dr. J.P. Am- oranges On a season.) It was few years ago, one could still the first Kingsley resort, "Anderson's Retreat" on the northwest shoreof you bought pre-package poultry, Be sure to tighten bottle cap.
killed in the freeze of 1875." see some sign of a few the lake. in the special it is To get juice, Mrs. Howell
brose, of Waldo, Fla., Fort Harl! gravesof Figure striped l bathing suit at center is believed to : wrap on designed
lee was built in 1835 about four After publication of the above people who died and were be Morris Leviton, an early Starke tailor. Figure in dark coat and to control moisture lossIn crushes her berries and adds a .
letter from Mr. Chaffer, others burled there. the refrigerator. If the birdis little waterjust enough to keep
miles north-northwest of Waldoon straw hat
the south bank of the Santa were quick to respond with different "The large orange tree was on could be Joe Hoover famed Starke photographer.The wrapped in paper, unwrap It, from sticking She strains ber-
versions of the famed once there, as recorded by Doc- sign above door says: "Two Good Things: Anderson's Retreat and put It on a platter, then cover ries through a cheese cloth. Mrs.

Hoover's Photos." for refrigeration. Wrap and store Howell says she freezes her

the giblets separately. Keep fresh juice and she can make fresh

meats and poultry for only a few syrup all year long.
tor Breeze, but it was taken
Our editorial me what I have written concern- "
of in the 1880's
Truth published ,
up, and the root and truck, or the
ing She
orange tree saw the
which contained the following
most of the trunk, carried to ---- -
people carrying the tree trunkto
paragraph "There is a mon-
: '
the Chicago Centennial Exposi-
tion in 1892. The tree the railway station to ship ster orange tree near Fort Harley r : '
orange "
it to Chicago.
: 9,000 Florida, that measures nine BHS By-Lines
": probably produced orangesin .
Point of f view j I one year, because it was a feet, one Inch in circumference. "
very large tree. (Editor's note: Doctor Breeze I It is over fifty years old, and ?

"I have often been to Fort referred to above was the author some seasons has had over nine 'f n.v Joyce Allen

.. .: 'f Harley, and my grandmother told of a book, "Well Springs thousand oranges on it." ......

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Little Comfort For 'Peaceniks' FarmersJust Diary

''When we had.:!' all given
up hope of a clear weekend deparmenta set up In Lawtey,
Those who agitate for still faster attacks against Saigon. the weatherman relented and Starke Hampton and Brooker. -

withdrawal of U.S. forces from Viet- last week we had sunny and The Lawtey unit; Is well

nam will hardly be pleased by Presi- Also disproved is another favorite mili days, for a ehanje. Now set up and! now has two truckSat

dent Nixon's talk Tuesday night, U he will lust hold off) heavy > Its disposal.
argument of the "peaceniks" that, .
to date showers for a while, we may whr'
the nation on prog-
bringing up settlementof it was the U.S., and not North Viet- get our graded roads dredi: off In a trial held here :before
in the
ress or non-progress nam, which was imperialist-minded; enough' so repairs can ibe Judge George L. Patten, two

the war in Southeast Asia. that the U.S. wanted to make a colonyof made. two suits Involving Alachua I

County property were heardon
South Vietnam and to use its defense ,
Although the President promised the BO-calted: Green Belt r
as an excuse to deploy troops By Sam McGarvey
withdrawal of another 150,000 U.S. It looks as though\ all the Law. Alachua County had: <
there in order to gain a military .
troops in the next 12 months, there berry growers have! thrown difficulty was handled.::! medically turned down the application f
was no projection at what rate these base from which to dominate South- their fields::! open to the publicon and Alice was discharged1 made for assessment as agricultural HIIS Talent I Show inner;*: I IA
east Asia. land and the owner
withdrawals would be made a U-Plck bass! at from Bradford, County! Host
or even court to reverse that
saw: signs! to that effect, pltal In two days.! Our thanks asked> the

when they would begin. Perhaps the The falsity of this argument Is shown and public pickers! at most of !ito all at the hospital who decision. What we're gettingat four member rock band which the last six weeks of school,

strategy is to leave Hanoi guessing.The by the fact that it is the forces of the plantings around the took excellent care of Alice Is the difficulty ''that deter-was ;alls itself "Flood" won the starting May 4. Seniors wearing
county. Plenty of fcerrles: are that time. evident In the trial to Bradford Ugh I! School Tal- .
North Vietnam that are keeeping during second extreme styles or coming bare-
President reminded us that in up available, and this is a good mine 'what n "bonda fde"farming !, ent Show sponsored by the Spanish foot will have privileges taken
the in South
fighting Vietnam. It is Is.
an earlier speech he had said the chance for people to get the Brooklyn Lake over at Keystone operation! Club last Friday.

rate of troop withdrawal would dependon the U.S. forces that are withdrawing. luscious fruit Xor canning or Heights will not stay out Eight different acts were per- away.Exam ExemptionsAny Sen-
preserves. for long! Mostly For example, If a man owns formed before the entire 1,000 ior with OVERALL
of the news an B ave-
three things: progress In the train- a trnct of land and then puts student body. Tryoutswere
Hanoi is
confronting its three it member
neigh- at makes the news :because rage in a course will be exempt
ing of South Vietnam troops to fight water some cattle on it, docs) that held to select the eight
borsSouth Vietnam Laos andCam- la so low, but now "the from the exam in that course.
the war on their own; progress in bodiawith ruthless imperialism A good volume of 'berries level l is very high and only constitute: a real farming' operation top acts. attend class when the exam is

negotiations at the peace table; and is being soli:: these days along the over-flow ditch to Little or is he Just trying to Members of the winning rock given.
the level of enemy activity. seeking to crush the neutral govern- the highways all over this Keystone Is keeping it from qualify for a lower tax: assess band are Bill Myrick, rhythm gui-

ment of Laos, which was created by area, but most especially onUS going higher. People over ment It Is a more difficult: tar and vocal; David Jordan, GRADUATION

the Geneva agreements of 1962, and -301 at Lawtey where a there the lake has been! question than you might sup drums and vocal; lihymer! howell Senior Class Officers and
Although there has been definite prog- of outlets have been say After hearing testimmyin base guitar. The group Is
which Hanoi pledged to respect. number getting .a torrent of water pose. members of the Advisory Board
ress in Vtetnamization of the war, established. All of which reminds from the sand! hills up In the the cases, Judge::! Patten the back row above photo. will wear white and blue teasels -

there has been none in the peace talks, More than 60,000 North Vietnamese us of the days when we drainage! area. announced he would\ inspectthe Second place winners was Lin- during graduation.

and enemy activity has been steppedup had a roadside:!, stand at our properties 'before making da Sony who sang and playedthe Friday, May 8, all Seniors
In recent months in actions against troops are now fighting in Laos, and place an sold all the berrieswe of fire depart- a decision. guitar In renditions of"DownIn going on the Class Trip to Six
Speaking "
an estimated 67,000 in Cambodia, the produced In !that way. Commissionhas the Boondocks, "Johnny U. Flags Over Georgia will leaveat
Cambodia and Laos. territorial integrity of which Hanoi ments the received County verification of incidentally, three Alachua Goode" and "Son of a Preacher 8 a.m. Seniors will take lun-
has also violated in spite of solemn We had a scare last week first ordinance ever passed County Commissioners were Man ches on Greyhound Buses and
As pointed out by columnist Roscoe treaty commitments. when Alicewas suddenly the under! Home Rule at the courthouse' during the Third place winner was Mike" eat on the way. They will be
It :
Drummond, recent events in Vietnam, made ill >by an ob'tnict'on'! by. of State Tom trial and: were impressed 'by Hanks who" sang "Tonight" staying at the Holiday Inn In
from Secretary and "Mame. lie
Cambodia and Laos tend to prove the and for a time we worried premlts the our new facility. One of them, "One Heart, downtown Atlanta, Ga.
It the late President Adams. The law the piano by
accompanied on
was Kennedy'sbelief Sid .said the court was Friday Seniors will leave for
operation Martn
premises on which President Elsen about an to assist any firs BITS drill
Miss Karen Tally,
that If Communist Six
expansion by would be needed. iPortunatetly. and thus rooms are the finest he has Flags Over Georgia. They
hower. Kennedy and Johnson made /unit In the county, Instructor.
force were allowed to South the state. team will reach there and at 7 p.m.
conquer under the good care of Dr. to the volunteer, seen anywhere in all! Mrs.
elves impetus Congratulations to
the decision to help defend South Viet- will leave the hotel for
Vietnam, other small and vulnerable Ba'..zar and Dr. Palo, the thank the Stu- recrea-
wishes to
nam. Likewise, they tend to disprove -A Kaplaln tion and must be back by 1 a.m.
nations in Southeast Asia Club
includingLaos dent Council and the Spanish Seniors
be visiting such
contention of critics of U.S.
the policy
Cambodia, and others, would be for all their efforts In making places as Stone Mountain, Cycle-
that the war in Vietnam was primarilya next. Recent events are beginning to Non-Work Group Gets Larger Here Dateline BMSThe the Talent Show a success.At rama, and Underground Atlanta.

civil war and one in which we should show how right he was the Senior Class meetingthat Seniors will return to Starkeno

not have become involved in the first took place Tuesday, the following later than 9 p.m. Saturday.;

place. Although President Nixon's Tuesday Learning To Live Without WorkingIn winners for the "It's Aca- Miss was Rosenberg discussed advised: all

talk will lend demic" program last Friday Seniors to pick up on their grade .
The fallacy in the "civil war" argument no comfort to the were Jimmy Cauley (team cap- All grades go on your permanent -
"peace at any price" factions in this Bradford County, as well :ain), Karen Reddish, and Larry
is disproved by the fact that among those over 65 is 22 per record and it Is very important -
Friday, April 24
the Viet Cong has always been the country neither will it lend comfortto as in most other communitiesacross cent greater than it was in 1960. David Andrews, all from Team to keep your permanent unit will be at BUS, the from X-ray 1-4
the Communist leadership in Hanoi. the country, "nonwork"is In Bradford County there are 4. record In good shape. Em-
Everyone 18
of p.m. of
tool of the Communist government years age
They were served notice that the rate one of the fastest growing many more men who are over ployers will want to know your and over should take advantageof
North Vietnam. As pointed out by of U.S. withdrawal occupations today. 65 and no longer working than The students who made the grades before hiring you, she
troop will depend this service and get a FREE
Mr. Drummond, the Viet Cong was Counted in the non-work classin there were ten years ago. At Principal's Honor Roll the past says.
created by Hanoi and did the biddingof upon the progress made in peace negotiations the local area are those able- that time the total was 368. nine weeks were Sonja Biggs Linda Futch, treasurer, gave X-ray.
All llth and 12th grade stu-
Hanoi. Hanoi directed the war, which they have blockedat bodied males over age 14 who What do they live on? Out- and Laura Thomas from Team her report to the Senior Class.As 197071
dents for the school
supplied the arms and provided the every turn. Perhaps, someday they are neither working, looking for side of savings, interest dividends I 1. Joan Dyal from Team 2, Deb- of April 1, the 1970 BUS Sen- Interested In taking year DCT-
work nor going to school. income from balance of
will get the and other ra Manning and Debbie Mitchell ior Class had a
additional trooos needed to mount the message For the most part they are investments that they might have, from Team 3, Harriet Faulkner, 50008. (Diversified Cooperative Train-
people who have acquired sufficient their main of funds is Stone ing) may pick up applications
source Paul Hutchins, and Cathy Cas- Linda secretary, gave in Room A-1I before and after
resources or financial from government "transfer pay- ey from Team 4, and Hjamar her report. An Advisory Com-
Costello and
school from Mr.
backing to enable them to not- ments." McMillan and Mary Pearsal from mittee was chosen by Mr. Diggsto
---- work, many of them at a com- These Include social security Team 6. We all congratulatethese obtain privileges for the Sen- Mr. Clericuzio.CC.

The Bradford County --" paratively early age. benefits, pensions, the proceedsof students on their top per- ior Class and to help class of- ,
/l' Although there are some shirk- life Insurance policies, vet- formance and wish them and ficers. The committee Is: Ron-
'. ers among the group, who rely erans benefits, unemployment Insurance everybody the best there Is In ald Strong, Henry Franklin, Da- Senior Class of BHS is
JI upon the rest of society to provide and the like. the coming Years. vid Kirkland Larry McLeod.and spon-
DANCEat the New
1879 f for them, the great majorityare Because retirement has become Jimmy Crosby. soring a
$ National Guard Armory. The"Revolvers"
quite different. Because their easier, financially, the pro- May 8 Is Senior Skip Day for
from / funds are adequate for their needs portion of non-workers to The landing of Apollo 13 was all Seniors On this day all Sen- will be playing from
;jJ really exciting since the Middle 8 to midnight. Admission is
dht i3it1/ they don't have to work and they workers has been rising.In iors are excused from their p.m.
NMtta This) is the victory that don't choose to do so. the local area, on the basis School TV's got to watch it on the classes. $1.50.

ES5 overcomes the world, our In Bradford County, the num- of latest figures, an esti- chers throughout and the school. Tea- May 11 Is Skip Day for all .
FLORIASSOCIATION faith.-(John 5:1)). ber of men in this non-work mated 18 per cent of the male TV's agree that the Senior Band Members.
group Is estimated, on the basis population over 14 is now In very Here are privileges effective
1 Whenever we face some of statistics from the Department Until next time, see you a- Class Prophecy for 1970 BUS
the non-school, non-work category May 4 for Seniors only.
thing of value to be learned of Labor and the De- The National average is round the carpet. Seniors-

some !good to be trained we partment of Commerce at about also 14 per cent.HOMECOMING. -Camille Gassett -No homeroom for Seniors the Jim Shuford is Bradford Coun-

should depend) on God for our 850. The number in that categoryIn last six weeks, starting May 4. ty's new County Agent.
Lucille GrLffis is deanof
supply. Lot His rich ideas and 1960 was 621. SUNDAYAT Seniors first report to their
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productivity work through us. Throughtout the United Statesat IIEILBRONN BAPTIST homeroom for roll check, then women at Santa Fe Jr. Col-

Ji:. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Pubtsher I If there is healing need learnto the present time there are Sunday, Apr. 26, will bo "-"C -Jfc,. &fb> THAT leave homeroom but not the lege.
and entered as Second : a Linda Stone is now Mrs. Buck
Published each Thursday 8.5 million men in this non-work Homecoming Day at Hellbronn 1;: ANNUAL school
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida rest and relax in the life of population. Of those who are Baptist Church. Lunoh will be 4 >VACATION! Seniors campus.take exams June 3, Matthews and lives in London.

under Act of March! 3rd, 1819. God for wu! can find )ll.rfecthealth over 65, three out of four have nerved at 12:43.: followed by 4, and 5 and do not have to England.

SubiuripUon in trade area: 1 year, $3.00; Outside through him. By dwelling retired. The others in that age singing In the after neon. All attend classes June 8, 9, and 10. Until next week. see you
all around Campus. Bye
1 $5.50 on the good, that good! i is l bracket are still working.The singers and other visitors will p -Seniors to wear casual clothes now.
trade area: year
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New Co. Dragline To Clean DitchesFlorida I Ten Days For Coalition In Conservative I DIG. PULL

Forty-one; "conservative Dem-
Equipment Company, -Heard a protest from a Lincoln at 8 p.m. In the VA Hospital to facilitate Inventory records ocrats": In the Florida House of ui oOx sruMf cjfewsUMOVI
Jacksonville, was Monday awarded City; Road resident, Henry Auditorium In Gainesville. kept by Deputy; Clerk Virginia Sanford 23, of Starke, representatives have announced ,
a $31,104 contract for a new Browder, that his properly; near Chairman Hamilton noted that Darby. was sentenced to ten days In the formation of a coalition "to THEM INWNUVinFKEIISTIMATES f'
county dragline to be used exclusively the Owen Joist steel plant Is Commissioner Dave Shuford Is -Discussed at length, with Abe Jail by County;, Judge T.A. Yawnat offer a more stable approach to
to clean road ditches. being used as a dumping ground the board member looking after Abstrosky, executive of the Savin for plea day Tuesday. Apr 21, government In Florida." CALL 376-1764 .
for dead animals, chickens and the county's; health services, Corp. copying machine company, driving while his -license G ln.m" 1( "
Florida Equipment was low bidder calves. Browder said he had con- but it was not Indicated whe- the types; of paper to be used was under suspension. Included in the group are SAPP'S
/II)> $567 under M.V. Moody tacted the sheriff and county; ther a board member will at- In the county; permanent records. Sanford pleaded guilty and the Rep. Gene Shaw, of Starke, and TBH U'UiEUNSt
& Sons who bid $31,671 Ring sanitarian without results. tend the meeting. The paper from the new mach- judge imposed the Jail term Rep Ralph Tyre of Lake City.;
Power Corp. bid $41,748 on a Chairman Zedra Hamilton said -Indicated that Commissioner ine, which the county Is tryingout which is mandatory under the -
larger machine but was well out the board is working on the prob- Norman and CD Director Frank has been criticized by some law. At the request of the defen Leaders of the group told news- -
of contention. .. lem, referring to Williams will attend civil defense Mrs. At men that the first legislativegoal
a proposed a persons, Darby said. dant, who is a part-time Cityof t
The machine the county; accepted sanitation ordinance which Is being natural disaster meeting her suggestion, the commission Starke the of the coalition would be
Is a 15-ton T-350 Ban- readied. It will be 30 to 45 sponsored by Coy Claude Kirk agreed to try out a complete employe, judge to restore the fivememberStateRoad SCOTT'SMobile
tam. Delivery will be made in days before the law to control To be held In Keystone Heights, month's recording on the new announced the 10 days may be Board which was displacedby
45-60 dayS illegal dumping can be made effective the meeting is one of 12 being machine before signing a pur- served on weekends. the new and controversial Department -
Need for new machine to do the chairman said. held across the state. chase or lease agreement.The Another city employe, Charles of Transportation.
road work Is considered so ser- "You're not the only one In new machine will save Torode, pleaded guilty to two t Home Sales
ious the Commission went ahead the county having trouble. It's -Was told by Clerk Inman Green over $2,000 In copying costs traffic charges. He was fined Rep. Miley Miers, of Talla-
with the purchase even thoughno all over the county; ," Commis- that Mrs, Thelma Dixon of the over the Xerox machine the county $28 for not having a driver's hassee, denied that the coali-
funds were budgeted in this sioner J.M. (Buck) Norman told Starke Neighborhood Service has been using Commissioner license and $26 for making an tion amounted to a revolt againstthe
fiscal year. The board will use Browder. Center has assisted him In fill- Ralph Bryan said If It proves improper turn. leadership of House Speaker r
-Approved for Supervisor of ing a questionalre for the Florida satisfactory. Fred Schultz, of Jacksonville.
the old dragline for a down pay- During the plea day proceedings t
Elections Geneva Human relations -Asked Clerk
Flynn attend- Commission.Said Green to set up
and will funds to
men ance July 8-10 at the Florida a planning committee for a meeting with contractor Er- a number of defendants The 41 members are from all
for the machine in the
pay 70-71 budget new, CommissionerRalph Supervisors of Elections Con- community; health problems Is nest Triest and architect Frank pleaded not guilty and their areas of Florida and represent
said. vention. desirable, but Instructed Clerk George to thrash out the bids cases were transferred to the large and small counties. Mlers
In other Bryan action at Monday's -Received a request to have a Green to write the Alachua County for a heating and airconditioning trial docket. The defendants and emphasized they would also wel-
mid-month meeting the Commission board member at a North Flo- Commission, the agency push- contract for the new court- charges are: come Republican members, despite -
!' : rida Health Planning Council ing a health center for a 10 county house by May 1. Hutton Lee Clark, no driver's the Democratic: designation.
meeting next Thursday, April30, area, that Bradford cannot -Was told by the clerk thatcounty's license and failure to hive his Miers pointed out that the 41
assist financially in the project, ; resolution creating a vehicle under control Beulah members represent a' majority;
but will be part of the planning low rent housing authority was Fernandez ; of Democrats in the 199-member
committee.The sent April 10 to Coy Claude allowing an
Careless Fires House which Is made up of 77
sAsk bill calls for the county; Kirk, but that no word has been person to drive; Democrats and 32 Republicans.due .
Cost Taxpayers to Increase Its participation in received on the five appointments Jesse Clyde Lawrence, Cleo Car! .

Needless Cash the fire control program from Thornton and Arnold C. Mid- to enter the Air Force next
k three to 17 cents per acre. That -Told a landscaping contractor dleton, each charged with driving week, the judge dismissed the a SLASH
from Green Cove
So-called "careless fires"are would cost the county; $18,000per Springs the while intoxicated.Elva charges.
s county will take care of land-
costing Bradford County; taxpayers -Told year.Clerk Green to contact scaping the new courthouse Hampton, charged with Leslie George (Spates) Green LIVING COSTS
hundreds of needless dollars, aggravated assault
on his wife
Ernest Triest, contractor for grounds. Plants are already a- appeared in answer to aggravated -
according to the Florida Forest the new courthouse, about a list vailable to the county; Chair- pleaded not guilty, but after assault charges, a

Charley. Service.Careless fires cost the loss of 10 items which need checking man Hamilton said noting that a divorce has been felony. The defendant said he Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now
of valuable timber and including a leak in the roof -Was told by the clerk that word granted in the case Judge Yawn has retained a lawyer In his
E. property; as well as personal the expense -- over the office of the parole has been received from the Sec- dismissed the charges. He warn- defense and asked for and was and SAVE!
of operating commission. retary of State Tom Adams office ed Hampton that he was under granted the right to
fire-fighting a
JohnaAbout equipment, the Forest Service -Noted the courthouse eleva- that the county; first home rule a circuit court order to stay preliminary hearing. No date Our Low Over-herd.\ Means, Savings For You!I.
tor contract bids still in ordinance number 70-1,
arc grant-
said. away from his former wife. U. S. .101 North
for the hearing was set. Phone 964-6657 -
the hands of Architect Frank ing assistance to fire depart-
Five "careless fires" have George and no report has been ments In the county; has been John Ramsey Jr., pleaded not In several cases involving ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKEt
This far this
Question: reported so year guilty to petty larceny charges,
made certified by the state and is juvenile offenders, the court
"It's convenient and economical in Lawtey.the area Such north fires of result Starke from to -Received a request asking a now an official law. and after his father ''told the suspended their driver's licensesfor '!'!-III.

to have 'packntte' burning trash, smoking, or from resolution applying for a com- -Told Probation Officer Jim court that the young man was 15 to 30 days. -I-- -
prehensive and Bloodworth to with hav-
fires not extinguished water sewer plan- proceed
camp properly
policies for homeowners ning grant from the U.S. Department ing six wooden chairs from the
.. farmowners .. mercantile To prevent such "careless of Agriculture. Sucha old courthouse refinished for
firms. office build fires," the public Is asked to resolution is necessary before placement in his conferenceroom.
ings. Does the Charley E. burn only on days of high humidity the county; can be consideredfor Bloodworth said he has
the a planning grant application, in the room an old table which
Johns Agency now have a ; clear area around
the ag department letter stated. has been refinished and which
the fire, and notify the Fire
similar package policy including Dispatcher at the Florida For- The county; applied for funds for the chairs would comnlcmenL] Our FirstAnniversary
'theft and liability est Service, phone 964-5436, such a planning grant last year, -Received a "thank you" note
for churches!' schools, and when planning to burn. but had heard nothing until this from the Bradford Fair Asso-
month ciation for help given by the
institutions? Unless notified,the ForestService -
must send fire fighting -Directed disposition of a list county in the recent county; fair
Charley E. equipment to every location of items and furnishing from the Road Foreman R.E. Jones was
where smoke Is detected from old courthouse and old Jail,which singled out by the FA for special -
JOHNS AGENCY the observation towers. This is were not sold at bid last month, praise for his assistance, Sale !
-Keplied to the Florida Insur-
an to the
unnecessary expense '
taxpayers in many cases, and If You Failed ance Rating Bureau that Its sug-
131 So. Walnut St. gested
could be prevented if the Fire improvements will be car-
To Return Census
Phone 964-6070) Dispatcher was notified prior to ried out. Portable fire extinguishers -

.., burning. Form Do So NowJos. have already been
checked or refilled, Foreman Thanks To Our Many
r R.E Jones said. The Commis-
J. Kadison, District Man-
NEED READY CASH ager of the 1970 Census of Popu- sion several Instructed buildings that be heaters provided In Customers For A

lation and Housing for the area with pilot lights.
'' including Bradford County; says -Received an early request Successful Year ;,
Come See Usl that a number of census forms from the Department of Agriculture
that should have been returned
for $3,990
to support the
on April 1 have not yet reachedhis
county's; fire control unit. Accepting -
h MR We make loan for office. the request from Dis- FridaySaturday I
h'r any worthwhile pur. "If yours Is one of the miss- trict Forester A.G. McCullers Sunday
ing ones, we ask that you fill Jr., the board
noted that If
pose it out and mail in today. Don't
placing the entire costs of
$25 to $600 make the Census Bureau come fire control on the county Is April' 24th I
calling at your"home for the passed it will put Bradford out Through 26th
completed form, Mr. Kadison
of the fire
DO YOU HAVE said. control business.

Every person must be counted -
-Too many payments the District Manager said,
to make whether by mail or by personal JacksonvilleBusiness
visit, and the cost of the census FRIED CHICKEN
-Too many bllla to increases with each householdthat
pay? must be visited.
Kadison pointed out that the
-Too many taxes success of the census dependson

\ coming due the cooperation of every DINNER
household, and every individualin
filling out and returning the
Let Us Help With Your Money questionnaire DirectoryAuto I
Helpful examples on how to
Problems mark answers to the questionsare
given on the yellow instruc- Sales and Service
TOWN FINANCE CO tion sheet furnished with the 3 Pieces of Chicken
form. The brown mail-back enve-
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'Wl Start Training Brief Berry BHS Student I Troop 70 Scouts I

At Camp Blanding In Season Ends Will Attend Attend Camporee

: Early MayElements UF SymposiumAbout Twenty-three tows and three Lender- Ken Fuquay.
adults of Troop 70 went to All patrols received! red rib-
Baden Powell Scout Reservation bons.
.( tional of the Florida Na for U.S. Navy use throughoutthe S i s: This WeekBradford 165 specially selected. to compete In a camporee Scouts taking part la the
Guard will start conduct- year and is used extensively. Junior and: seniors frm Florida with> 251 other Boy :scouts competition were Jackie Marr,
Ing annual field training at Camp County's .brief and high schools.: :! lnclud.nj from the Alachua District.: Lew 'Moore, Steve Fuqua' Perry
Henry Blanding W.In McMillan early May, the Maj.Gen. Plans call for extensive use 3 iF i below par strawberry season was two from Bradford: County: Competition was In Fire by Bryant Lewis Cooper Mike
tant General of Florida Adju of Blanding as a training site f fa on 'its last legs this week with will meet and work with many Friction Lashings! Compws. Crews Phillip Brown. David
yesterday. announced throughout the summer. From most growers declaring they <4 the Jtate'a top'& scientists of Stalking and Nature IdenCflcaturn. Harper. Tommy Jackson Ken
May 31 to June 14, the camp made only "half a crop" due to today April 23-23 at the University Fuqua. Buddy Padzett.! Billy
Approximately 2.000 men from will be the training site for prolonged cold and double the : of Florida's! seventh Patrols from Troop 70 were Padgett Stanley Hammond.
the 53rd Signal Croup, Talla- 3.000 men from the 53rd Infantry normal rainfall during the grow- annual Junior Si: :nce. Engineering "Elite" Patrol Leader Jack! Tim Crews Murry White. Kev-
hassee; 146th Signal Battalion, Brigade Tampa; the 53rd r ing season. Prices were also depressed and Humanities. Sym Man Gator Patrol Gten Mul- in Bradley. Claude Dinlel",. '
Jacksonville; 1st Automatic Wea Support Battalion St. Peters- { ,JAr"r due largely to poor qua- posium. llna. Eagle Patrol: Steve Fu- Jack Schiller Eddy: Bradley,
pons Battalion. 265th burg; 1st Battalion. 124th Infantry lity of berries during most of the Bradford quay and: __ Tend?rf?of Patrol Tommy Young, Glen MilIUM.i'1r .

units West Palm will Beach train and at Blanding attached InfantryPanama, Miami; 3rd Battalion City;, 153rd 124th ..t shipping Only period.8.000 (approximate) to attend High are students'selected Reiccc: McMillan ., ...........:'""....--:.......':"""""" -...........'./:......;'O'tI..YoJI'-,,,,,,,.., +.w".u....' .
May 2-16. Engineer Co., Lake City; ; and the ... flats were sold through the auc- : daughter! of Mr. and
269th 1 Engineer: Co.. Live Oak. e! .. tion this season at an averageof Mrs. M. Q. McM'llan' of Starks. .
The sound of artillery fire The Florida National Guard .. $2.78 per Hat. anti Robert Mullins. son cX Dr. -
reminiscent of World War n Officer Candidate School will hold Although figures are not yet and Mrs. Bob Mullins of KNOW I YOURFURNITURE
days when Blanding was a ma- its annual training at Blanding available It is estimated that Starke.
jor training camp for U.S. troops from June 28 to July 12. Approximately the Strawberry Co-op and Independent -
will once again be heard by 700 men of Co. C.. buyers handled possi- The symposium Is designed
residents of Kingsley Lake and 20th SF Group (Abe). 1st SF. bly another 100,000 Hats. according to Dr. Robert IB.Oalther. < ., I,.
surrounding areas when the 1st Headquarters Birmingham Ala. Receipts from all sources;Including symposium: chair- .
Battalion, 265th Artillery exer- will conduct annual training at .. you-pick-them opera- man of the UP Department 'of r
.. .. ,
cises I its automatic -: tions and sales Mechanical Engineering, "to
weapons. Blanding July 18 to August I. by highway vendors
South Carolina Air Defense would total over $300,000 provide: gifted science students .' .
The Battalion will be firing nits will hold their annual train- Four ,beautiful Glamour-icers with the Silver Anniversary well below the half million mark with the opportunity to meet By
Into the impact area of the naval Ing at the camp,' August 8-22 edition of Holiday on Ice, playing in Jack- .usually expected from -an ave- oustandlng scientists: aDd engineers .. I
bombing range at Hlandlng. and the Palmetto Military Aca- soiuille five days! April 2226. rage crop. on campus. where '
Gen. McMillan emphasized that demy (South Carolina Officer Market Manager Bob Allen said they receive enoouragemnt to OAK ; Till-: NATION( : .
there should be' no cause for Candidate School) will conduct Holiday On Ice Presents the auction would continue on a pursue careers in engineering. .
alarm as a result of this air annual training concurrently with small scale this week, and that and .the sciences." WOOD OF KNGLAM ;
defense firing as the area being their Defense units makinga the market would try to. have .i r '!
used. Including the air space total approximately 875South 25th Anniversary ShowThe someone on hand to buy berriesas F.Iur, rt peake-: will be Don- ; 1 4;'
above the range. Is restricted Carolina Guardsmen training long'as they were brought in. did L. Bailey National Aeronautics "r: liinly I'i" '.m. 0..1.-) " ..n iii OA"luo
during this period at Blanding. : and .Space' Agency representative j.yi; iliriiM; >* ."ivt* often. I liiMnl, and irMoiiiu.ilio !
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::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::::'::';'....:...... :.;.;.;,;.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:<:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.:.;.;.;.:.:.:.:.;.;........ Silver Anniversary edition This Holiday production features -. i ,frcm Kennedy! .: ". | llic .1'1111'II..lllill oL' \\ lieu. tlicf.iMiril v
J.:: ;:;:;:::::::::::;:::;::::::::::::;::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;::;::;:::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: of Ito1Ida on Ice" will be pre- the most glamorous and Chevy Dealers Space, Center's SkjteS' Proeram. London : :t:.:l
sented at the Jacksonville Coliseum .fG' $ Initial-l :' ". | a! .iftrr t J
dazzling' costumes the 'show has .
E 11@: Serving Florida m; for five days starting Wednesday used to date. Stars of the'revue Given Details He w'U'! f-'scuss; "Tho 1 ft; ..j iV iliul) :a 'li.ilf. "t'ntudl''l'u.t| >, 'Till' ..s
Manned Orbiting
:If::::;:; Since 1950 :::::::. Apr. 22. include Ronnie 'Robertson, the On New Small.Ca1' the concluding luncheon Laboratory"at at !o\k) ni.i.NcsKISI; (;: I: : -: 1'itoMu) tED: ?: fy3)

i I yl'' 1 To celebrate Its 25th year the human spinning top; Marei Lan- 12:50: p.m. 'April 2$ in the ?: MUM: ) iouii. \IOHE) : 11\ :.181 or '
world's largest producer of Ice genbeln, the beautiful German Representatives of Baldwin RelU Union Cafeteria. : :SKKMCK: !.! ';
SflonJa greeting Service, On"-" ::j jJ revues Is featuring the holidaysof skater; and Ray Balmer who Chevrolet-Olds have Just returned i1., j,,':
mm has Just returned from a .to !. ,,.
. the year-- Valentine's Day tacular spec from Jacksonville where passenger sedan; a four-passen-. ... . ltl.'f".-
J 1''11 ee 'ur' VP Easter 4th of Halloween two-year tour with one the ,
s-vew. r-ac Dfw the July. of they received first details on ger' hatchback coupe with fastback ,
Holiday's European I)
Christmas, and Happy New compan Chevrolet small car to be "
new. : "
t .
1 m:::;:: Mrs. Carolyn j' Cordially 1if 1:[=?!,s Year. les.Performances at 7:30 Introduced late this summer. ger station roof line wagon; a four-passen'and a one .. 111 .. .. '. ; .. w t.

1 1' Eaves Welcomes 1 Whitehead Ranch p.m. Wednesday, and at 8 p.m. an"The exciting new and little positive Chevrolet answer Is passenger panel delivery truck 1!; ,'.. it Pyi v vi
...'..... Representative Thursday through Saturday.MatInees to. the demonstrated need for a By using the most advanced : -;
I Scene of CookoutFor scheduled for 2:30 tools and manufacturing techniques s. .' .'
1 Ph. 961-5812 are : '
11 You and Your 1 economical
small, wellstyledcar
the "Is Intended 1
new car .
:.:::.::.::::.:: 122 N. Bay St. 't Family to Your :.:;:.:::.:::.:; Sen. StoneAn p.m.p.m. Sunday.Saturday There and at Is I no and Sun 5 built tastes in,"America said M.A.for Baldwin American -, to be one of the highest quality ," 'olil 'Oak table.] I ,
I '::::::: Starke New Home ::::;::. day night show. cars ever built In this coun- '.
appreciation day get- Jr. Chevrolet-Olds dealer. lie : pS';
try, Chevrolet told the. dealer Xi .
Tickets for all
performancesare .
I 1 1.. together and cookout for Sen. added that the new car will come .: .,
m Dick Stone of Miami, will be available at the Jacksonville in a full line of four different ( : "
::::: The State of FloridaIt ::::::: Coliseum, the downtown ticket I "
held at the New River ranchof two-door models all with front FILAMENT Strapnln\ Tape. ;. : ffJ.:
m; Is Our Desire: to Make You Feel Welcome and ;rj Union' County. Sheriff John office at Hemming Park at the budket seats as standard enuip- %" x 60 yards .'.50 Single ." ; "k
Whitehead this Saturday from Jacksonville Auditorium, and at hvcflrioil; lu tino.iil. iMTOW\ into a. 1 pii'crpf
:::::::: To A<|iiaint:l You With Your City. ::::1:: 2 to 6 p.m.Attendance. Penney's Gateway and Cedar ment.Models will Include a four- roll.graph- Brlllcford! 'County Tele, WIMS oA... ?' It** a. Icrihic/ joli. i i-nl I it'.' 0.."
t i
r r;; .1j1t; of 1,000 Is expected .Hills Stores. I bracing::* mlil murk, to'I. the iii.ilit\| \ of apiece r Q

r ::::::;:If you are! new. in the area, a phone :::::::: from seven counties In this of fiiinitiirc. i:
:::: :::: area and all Bradford County CARD OF THANKS .
l :x::; :::'rtI SAP Y5 iI
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r .;::.:.;::.:call will bring 'you a prompt visit ::.:.:::.::. friends are invited. Tickets will I want to express my appreciation It:1:
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.. be available at the 'gate at $5
e for all the cards flowers -
:.1:;::.g:. from your been. ) hostess.!' Please {five :.::.::.:::1. per person. and visitors I received .uRG 101II i"Badcoh; : !
1 1 Sen. Stone who has been Instrumental during my recent confinementin */4 Truly P..'.....".111.1.... )
:;:;:::;::1: her a call! She has maps and many ; in advancing legislation Bradford County hospital I 'I ,
for the protection of fresh also want to thank the nurses 01x1ItLt:4I.\ *ISLI.L1" .
1 jijijjjifree 1;: and wonderful f gifts for you f1 water lake property; owners is and Dr. Barry. I wish to thank tae whets FURNITURE and APPLIANCES +l
';:K::::;#! from local businesses.!' :::::::: an announced candidate for Secretary Rev. Lacy Conway and Rev.'Y.W. ft MUNINO 4 DI-MOISINO IIACING"* CAIUNO!>> F FI

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current term at SFJC began -
-.- ----__c. _._ .... ._'.__ The on April 6 and will end on

h Enrollment June 24 with the summer term

Nine Advances Shows Increase (:Term 1)) set to open July 7.

t At Santa Fe

In District College Enrollment is continuing at Santa its Fe Junior steady: WATCH FOR

Tourney climb of with 2347-a Sprit term increase total -

., / 7 over last year's figure for the SWARMINGTERMITES ,

t v same term, according; to Dean .*
Advancing to the District 3-A cher Willie McNeal had a dou- McNeal, c 6 2 2 for Records and Admissions, Ed-
semi-finals, Bradford High base- ble and a single. Graudons, p 6 0 3 / win E, Eddy.
bailers edged Bishop Kenny 8-7 Temple, Ib 5 0 0 The credit enrollmentis
le present
Graudons came on in reliefto + trf
5 I I
scored on Tally, rSRk 1,
with the winning run pitch 10 Innings against Bishop almost 2 1/2 times the 978
J. Brown, rC 2 I I
of the 13th
balk in the bottom
a ) Kenny in Tuesday's district Triest, ss 3 I I enrollment at the college duringits
inning. contest. lie recorded his sec- Johns, ss 2 0 0 first spring term in 1967.

The Tornadoes play Fernan- ond straight win plus getting Riherd, 2b 4 I I
dina Beach tonight (Thursday, three hits and driving in two

April 23)) at 7:30.: Palatka South runs. STARKE

Bolles will meet a 5 p.m. .
and "You can't give Mark Grau- ----- --
in the first semi-final contest. dons too much credit. He pitchedand
The two winners will meet hit us through," Coach Jim Members t the 1 1070!) ( liradtord I ( High School rack and field squad are : BUSINESS

Friday night at 7:30 for the Garlington said after the win RunnersGo First row (|-rIX Roberts, (J.; Barton S. Strickland (.. Smith. '1'.

championship.To over Bishop! Kenny. In Kenny, Caines; I.. :Manning, and G. Harris. DIRETDI3Y

reach the district the Tor- the coach says, the Tornadoes Second row V. Barber L. (;art tt. L. (:Green J. Andrews 15. I'.it- OR BETTER STILL

nadoes shut out Jacksonville Gilbert beat' one of the best ball clubsthey've ByPirates erson li. Turner J. Douglas, It. Fili, J. n'ul! >!, L. Leniu J. f.uwv 'x.
10-0 in Starke last Thurs- played all year. ."lTO: SFKVICE(
Mark Graudons Third row II. Dyal. D. Crawford( J. hall L. Davis: I U. :MrCutdt ; LET
day, April 16. Backing the pitching of starter -
II. Carter G. Flynn. D. ;Menu M. Henry S. Flitch and .1. Waterhuu. I
limited Gilbert to one his in the Johnny Brown and Graudons, LOBIOA
five inning game. Jerome Wil- the Tornados mounted a 13-hit Fourth row W. Lee, I,. Register 1). Crawford T. Smith, J. Kicks, Gilbert S. Brown

liams led BUS hitting with home attack on Kenny. J. Shuford II. Ruby, R. Hodges, D. Keys, T. Starling, S. Crawford and Standard Ml Service Station STONTROl
run and a single. He hit the
homer to begin the game. Cat- BUS jumped off to a 1-0 lead T. Murphey. ATLAS 9

in the bottom of the first when Dots; \'nng: rernandlna's Piintss '- TIRES &: BATTERIES a OOMtCMCO.
catcher Willie McNeal' doubled !lli-311> ( in a dual meet Budget Terms Road Service:
and Graudons singled him home. here Tucsdiy Tainn.Io: thln- Runners Place 4th PHONE 964-7071 CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE

BUS 8th Two more runs were added in dad evened! : their sznsaa: : 407 N. Temple SUrkeHURST'S&
third it 3-0, when
the making matt: nt Cli.Sophomore;.

In District Jerome single and Williams McNeal:'; led and off Grau-witha Jimmy Andrews In Conference MeetTornado

dons' had back to back doubles. lea! the!! Tornado performance: ;)
Golf PlayBradford Kenny came back in the fourthto with II'" points He wcn the SlIELLService Why Take Chances
go ahead 5-4 on a grand high hurdles in 1(1.9.( the low runners finished track rule states a runner can't mile run in 4:46.0: ; LeonardGar- StationGas
slim: homer by Brad Hock. Hock hurdles: in 22.6, and was on fourth with 53 points in the Flo- take more than three steps on rett was fifth in 4:59.9.: CALL
golfers finished had two hits and drive in five the wlnninc: mile relay learn.Jui'ioi rida Star Conference Champion- the line in his lane. BUS placed third in the 880- Oll Lubrication

ing eighth in among District 18 2 teams level compet-compe- of BIlS's seven runs. llm Muplvsy had ships in Palatka last Friday. Tim Murphey was the only yard relay in 1:35.1. The team Monarch Tires & BaiterlM 964-5745

tition at the l\Iayport Naval' Sta- Down 7-4 in the sixth, BUS nine point' with a win in the Palatka South, corning on strong BHS competitor to finish firstIn was Henry, Smith, Bennett and 301 ROAD and 100 SERVICE- starke
tion course on Saturday, April got a big boost from center- high Jump, a Fccontl place: this season won the title with the meet. lie won the high Douglas.
II, fielder Larry Tanner. and l a tlVicl place: in the low 133 points. Defending champion jump with a leap of 5 ft, 6 in. Buddy Paterson was fourth in
1u nllcs. Orange Park was way back with the half mile run in 2065.: Kich-
Englewood of Jacksonville are IMIS scored one run on an error Junior Jahn Douglas! won 68 points. St. Augustine had John Douglas placed secondin ard Fill was fifth 2085.

the new district champions, witha then Tanner doubled in two the 100->'al'', clash 110,2: and 55-1/2, BUS 53, Live Oak 35, the 100-yard dash with a time
of 10.2. But BUS sprinter turned The sprint medley relay time
team total over the 18 holesof more, to put BIIS ahead again *ns on the \\lniing! :\ iio-jard;; Lake City 12, Fernandina Beach
9.9 in the trials, a new Bradford of 203.3 which placed BIIS third
315 BUS had a team score 75. I re- 10-1/2 and Bolles 7 points.
iclnv t tui: \ viliiih tu:ncil a
and Florida Star disallowed. The team was
back to tie it High a new was
of 337 in eighth place. again Kenny In came the seventh with two tp-fln'ilo! tine: of 1:33.0.1:: Douglas BHS would have placed thirdin record. The old record was held Barber, Smith, Douglas and Bennett -

Team totals were Englewood runs on four straight singles. lull ci'ht: ml'its.Statistic": the big meet had the sprint by Jim Busby of Lake City in .
315, Hibault 325, Bolles 328, medley relay team, which placed 10.1. The new time make Doug- BIIS runners placed third,
Parker 330, Wolfson 332, Flet- The game staged knotted until Shot Put -I'' Da1) ', BUS. 40' third and would have earned sev- las the first sub-ten second man fourth, and fifth in the two mile YOUR JNLIIND k
cher 333, Lake City 334 Brad- the bottom of the 13th In- 3.; 2)) Bu'i.c', rn. 3: .I'a' ; 3) en points, had not been disqualified BUS has ever had. run. Garrett was third in 10:48.8.:
ford High 337, Forrest 338, Lee ning. With two out, shortstop Dvl.' BUS. W:! 2, for running on the line. A Green was just behind at 10:48.9: ,
338, ralalka 342, Clay 351, Or- Ernie Trlcst and second base- Dl'CtH; -. li Green. FB, 10V:; Jimmy Andrews was second In and Jim Lowery was fifth 1NiAGINATIQN.aeR'IdEfSaeml\
ange Park 353, Jackson 367, St. man Greg liiherd singled, anda 21) Boner, rn. 101' 31> cm, FB. the 120-yard high hurdles in 15.3 in 10504.:
Augusine 381, Haines 418 passed ball put them on sec- 100' :.iliilt;". seconds, hi best time to date. in selecting'' exterior construction. materials.' '' and 1 inlsnd'sunique ;
ond and third. I' Muip'iev Commissioners Murphey was fifth in that eventIn The BUS mile relay team placed construction concepts create a building, of last'."?.
;:: Jump beauty and today. mast production' nn longer
Sc of the
champion 16.4. fifth in 3:41.9.: he team was Patz,
I: oodttwood Rams was medalistin With the count I-Ion Jerome BITS 5'S, 2i. Crnufoid. fills Paterson, fill, and Andrews. means "look.alike buildings, but economy speedy erection
the tournament with a 373774. Williams, a fan hollered "Walk :SB; 31> Paul, FB. ;30. Named To NewAdjustment Andrews also placed and distinctive styling'
Carl lowland Hibault. and him!" Kenny Coach .Clay Gooch Pole\ Vault---Kejs. BUS T6! ; second in the 180-yard low hur- Bradford High will host the land and 'financing, availobU,
William McCauley were right took up the yell. Catcher George 21) Str c'cLad.; BUS.[ '!.IB; 31) Bd. dles in 21.2, also his best timeto District 2 track and field champ-
behind at 75. Joseph Combs, Chamberlin moved out of his H- '::c" mis. ii'o. date. George Barton was sixth ionships on I'ridJy May I I. Fourteen IhclMGx

1'axon, and Michael I'ox, (Wolf- box before pitcher Pat McMahon : Broad: : Jump -. 1' AlbcitU'\ : for BHS in 22.2, his best time. teams are expected to par- INC.
son, had 76's could release the ball thus FB, ITU!) : ;2'> Ilrmy. BITS 19' Three members of the Coun ticipate with the first two teams
committing a balk and endingthe 2'3' : 3i Barton: BIIS 111'11 34. ty Commission were appointed Larry Green was third in the qualifying for the state meet. 4101: LENOX AVE PH, 383-3911

thrcc-and-a-half hour mara- 120-Yatd HII! 1)) Aiulicwi.rHS : Monday to the new Beard of

Low scorer for BIIS was Dale thon. 10''!): 21> Mmphev EHS, Adjustment which has replaced .......................................................................................
Johns with a 81. lie shot 42 for 17.3: Si Keys 1 BUS, IB.3 the old:! Board of Equalization! : .

the first nine but I5I1S BOX IO-yard Dash: 1 I'' Da:iplas.BUS. : and will work to fettle protests
back the holes nine came AH R II 10.2: 21> Tvler FB. 10.8, ; of) 1970 property tax assess
on second with
respectable 38 a Williams Tanner, If cf 5 6 2 0 1 I 3)) Beun tt. BUS. 109. 500- ments i CASH a CARRY TIRES Inc.' i

--- --------,.---.- Mile lUm-Gie" !!'i. BITS : Commissioner Ralph Bryan
.8: 2'' Garrett BHS. :5044.;: ; 3)Lawry. ) was appointed trt: represent the
BUS, ;V101: Commissioner' Jesse i

As The Trash Piles ano.yRlay: 1 I'< BHS Chastain cities will represent laksfront : .
I (Hcniy: Smith. Bennett. Doug- property owners and:! : 412 East: Call St (Former Southern Marine: RtiMdinR) Phone 951-5800* :
last! l"T: :>.n.: 21'11\ 1 1:42.11.: J. M (Buck) .
Commissioner .
Science Puts It To WorkMany IIO-Y.iid Dish! -li' Albcrlic.PB \ .
farmers -
will! represent
Norman Sale Starts pri124th
14 li: 2'' P.xtJ: BitS, 53.C.; The 1970 assessments will : OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY :

people literally will have organic waste into natural gas 31> RbncO:1: : FB. '>7,t. :be presented to the Coun'' ',' Ends AprIl 30th
eat their words if scientists for heating, cooking, and light- LH li' Andrews.BHS. Commission this July. : WAREHOUSE :
'red in making protein outd ing. 22.0; 2CI1:111n.> : \ : FB. .
newspapers, according to 227: 3'IUI'phc' : '. BHS. 23.3.880Yard : :;. The new board of adjustment .
a National Geographic Society Before the end of the century, Run --I'! > P.iUMsW.BHS. will be compose: of m
News! Bulletin. scientists expect to harness the .": 100! : 2'1 Fit BHS. 2:135 : three members of th3: county : D o !
of the bomb in
Kcseachers at Louisiana power hydrogen : 3i\ :MoiC"1.1 m 2'KiO.: : commission;> and ,two member : glp. :
State Univeristy have found a thermonuclear power plants. Instead Sir lilt :\IrJlcv Relay 1BHS > of the school baard. Thought
cro-organism that breaks of being a pollutant, the Incredibly I Bar'1cr. > Smith DOllllla. (behind the 3-2 ratio: '! according i iS

rts it into pure protein the plants could hot exhaust be utilized from as such a Bomrlt': : :07.\:
olor of straw and the textureof "fusion torch" that would 220-Yni:! : Dash: II 1 1 TUcr.TUt. Is that since the school system S
vaporize i
rough flour. BUS 2am3s receives approximately 40 .
all waste matter it hit. 24d: 2'' HiMirv. ; .
About 250 pounds of bagasse, :\ 11D! : \'al. BUS and: F'jnn.' per cent of the tax revenue :
the reside of the sugar cane The fusion torch would reduce BITS 2ii,1. collected In the county It Sr
plant from which the juice has trash to its original elements of the
T'oJlle' Run 1\> Green should also! face same: .
been extracted, yields 50 poundsof such as iron copper, aluminum, BUS 11-011: )): 2i, Lowery' BUS, problems of equalizing protests r p .

nutritious protein. silicon, and other components 11-nna.: ; :3i. Garrett. BUS 11 :00-( by taxpayers.The .. i
The researchers hope to con- for re-use.
.3 two school board: ; mem- .
vert, newsprint, wood chips, : _
Since the United States alone is Mil Relnv -I 1> BITS stripped cotton vines, cornstalks
expected to produce nearly ten P"t:l'sJ1Fill.: Audi: ' 1 3Ii-:): will. probably ba named at W
hay and other cellulose waste :
billion tons of refuse between .7; :' rrj 317.1.Chamber; the May meeting of the beard. :
nto similar protein for food,
ational now and the year 2000, the Until this year the county : .
Geographic Society
fusion torch might save mankind commission has acted a* the .
s. .
from being buried In its own bonrd of equalization to which! .

WASTE ANSWER; SOUGHTThe trash. May taxpayers presented their .1 ALL PASSENGER TIRES I
Otherwise, predicts one scientist complaints about property assessments -

LSU experiments are sup- it might be necessary to Ask Further .
ported by a grant from the Bureau load waste material into roc- The! commission, besides' .
of Solid Waste Managementof kets and shoot them into the nnmtnsr Its three members to ..
the United States Health, Education ultimate incinerator, the sun. 301 4LaningThe the newboard of adjustment, I

and Welfare Department's accepted reports from Tax Assessor -
vvironmental Control Admlnisi
ur-lining: \ of US-301 Gene Long on errors
'jon. VA Simplifies between Baldwin aid Calla- and aju'tment! mad, In the
They are part of the campaign han should:: : become a major 19fi! < tax roll and a report on
against pollution. Since a basic Procedure For project: of the Staike-Biadloid additions! to the '69 assessmentlist. I INVENTORY I
rule of science is that matter
County Chamber; of Commerce: 2O
can bo changed butnotdestrojed, Hosnital CareThe
it has been proposal! :! by Jimmy
scientists around the world are .
Peek president! of ilk;:
studying: ways of changing refuse
into usable products.A \'eteransdmlnlstration Florida Dink: nt S'.aike.

Japanese machine compresses has acted to simplify the vet- I AS MUCH AS I
niembjr of the
trash and garbage into dry, erans' 63 years of age or older a Movies
-.J. 'S docks bound with vinyl procedure they must follow In Ch.inrtci's: Bard of Governors .
The machine's inventor applying for hospital or domiciliary says the four-Inning of that .
L blocks could be used care, in \'.V hospitalsor "tictch of US-301: will bs "mostimportant"
Aithu'-'s' ,
Kins ICITJ'.U'.MV! 3
construction but domlclharies. to Bradford: County
<:cling they Round Table'! bUUl1" majext'c -
i.. are being used in landfills when the Disney Woili: complex .
t i 'n'tty't: of :: tly :aAScaw: : |
until their durability is proved. Under an "effective Immed- near Orlando opens.
1, ,. prators that operate at Iatel)" directive issued to all pra:1't:1::: ': ?11 it was iccieirrl : Look At These Samples !
nnice\ < temperatures in % A Field Offices, veterans in H* cfMnitccl!: : that if that fr "C.-'n1lt! ," the .

airless fibers reduce refuse, the 65 and over age group will portion! cf the highway! is Improved Vuin-r B'3s-S\-'n: Aits

1 ii-.cluding R, ss and metal scrap, no longer need to complete six \ the amount of traffic mtlti: -ntll'.on!: c"r.ji! Mcl-M.-di-: : i Full 4-Ply Nylon .. 51/l05.IAJ and i
to lava-like cinders usable in items on Page 2 of the \'.\ thiunh! St.iiko would increase: : e\.U musical: : al\: *ntu'o-io-: Fiberglass Polyester

making cement blocks, fiber- application form 10-P-10. The bv 5.000 cars per day. manse: :: ppvuins: :;: SIlc1w.1011: : : Custom 125 2 plus 2 :
board, 01 shingles. six items covered financial data c'ay n'l:: Tuesday a' the ri-r- .
Several European cities con- requested to assist in deciding D1sc\1.en! !: how to influence! ida for t'lef.r.t tll1at &popular : : REG. SALE FED REG. SALE FED.(775x14) :
vert trash into energy through the applicant's ability' to the c'reKon: : to:: pa\8 the FtlJ-i.& It has won) 3 Academy Price Price Ex. Tax Price Price Ex Tax .
imuKeless incinerators whose pay for hospital care In his com- attach, mombcrs of the Board A'.vai'Ja.Chrl : fi.SOvl.'l: 18.85 14.07 1.78 ( )
fi-es feed the boilers of elec- munity. of Gixenur; ugscst: d that F-78xl i 28.61 23.06 .>..>.) :
tr>c generating plants.Three tons little help cnn fc! expected from :.tth::!r Jnsv .ttrI'ln: : 7.75x1 J 20.S4 15.37 2.33 (885x14) wBHS

ct Refuse provide as much heatas According to M.T.( Dixon, director D-.ival Count becaim cffcla'a :> in Ant?lc'tn: 1r.el'l1alcnal'! : : J.78xl4 33.33: 29.15 2.88
a ton of coal. of the Division of \'et- there: will want traffic Three in t'e! Attic;' splay 1: Our Famous Full 4-Ply \ .
erals Affairs, it will still be routed through! Jacksonville: : the phj-Mral; tterliat.o.i! ) : : cf : :
necessary' for the veteran to Ma 1-03.! his; Impi Uor.vr.ent: In iri: a't'c': : Polyester Premium S:

CONTAINERS: sign the statement on the appli- ''b)' three acei':ssiie cceH.: in Ultra Wide Bias Belted 1
SELF-DESTRUCTING cation, regarding Inability to pay It teas" suggested that as- this rl:!'q3: cnciy: : play at KEG. SALE FED. :
the cost of hospital I or domici- ast.\Ite'! :: inisht ba receive! ths :SCI; Di\c-In: Friday: Satui- Z Price Price Ex Tax Fiberglass .

Research teams in the United liary care and/or transportation. fl' m Nassau: County. cloy! an1: Sn::.':\)'.
But, he added, "in view of their i 6.50x13 22.6017.82 1.78
John Toiode. former tate REG. SALE FED. :
States and in Sweden are experimenting
Alt on this: dau'tlefeature : !
economic position and the medi- ) playing 8.25x14 21.18! 23.15 2.33
road board: member, said that
with containers that PriceF70xl4 Price Ex:' Tax2R.5
cal fact that his group of vct- at the 301 Drive-in 9.00x15 :33.83 27.96 2.87 I
it la his : the feasible -
disintegrate in sunlight when discarded opinion: : only : 32.11 : 2.56
the Wl'I'Jj! three! lea: n; ex- .
and turn into mulch. A PI'ocedlll'eIl1j:: ] b3::! tiJol'k WHITE WALL ONLY
erals requires care more frequently _
perentj of t'.e csnt'.r are of : fj-TOxl; 1 35.42 29.66 2.76 :
scientist at South CaroUna'sClemson \\ through GOClaude
and suffers disabilitiesin hot Vl.-cent Pile,. Ciivliand .
University is testing KII k's -ff.ce. .
longer periods of hospitalization ,
Pc'jr Ca,-h-
V' '
bottles that melt away a few I fell this action is ap- !t. : : Perfect ;Manufactured and tested to meet our hlllh standards off quality and per- i
!h''1' sin taretheifr
Chamber: : Presient! MIC Bald .
days after being broken. proprltate and will serve a use- tian Inter- formance. While there f H no one system of quality standards or Plenty
.\n! endorsed: the projset Sri: : Au: : Mounting
Another researcher at the University
ful I confident it
am Parking
drama grading used by nil tire manufacturers he that all As- ;
can sure
rinse you
of Illinois is studyinga suggested the! (governors: allgive n
will the
simplify application
pro- ", -nm Asa 1:1: : Facilities .trostar Tires are nualitv built. Space
consideration :
fermentation process that could cess and will be welcomed b>' : It : ani try'to
convert food, paper, and other the concerned\',\beneficiaries." come up with! Rams Idcai.; P c. nttuidav aniS .....................................................................................!

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HAMPTONBIRTHDAYS 3 Commissioners Drop RequestFor quest. Bryan asked. to his fellow board member.
-____ "What advantage! 'would "The welfare department." Mrs. Darby also stated that
----- there be to knowing? I've Deputy Cleric Virginia! Darby the commodity program also

By Mm D. B. BID !been there. five years and I answered. At that point (Bryan takes the place of the old system
List of Commodity Recipients "
[ don't know who's on It, Commissioner backed off, saying that If the of giving needy >person

Wlllard Thomas and Mrs.Les- Mrs. 'Louise Hogan's came to $844: $317 from cigar- ., .- ----- Dave Shuford: sail.: 'beard has no responsibility: in grocery orders It beats tha

lie Jones were guests of honorat brother in Jacksonville died younger last ette taxes, $134 utility; tax $323 Three members of the County the difference In the world In He pointed out the board the matter perhaps a list isn't old system of a person askingfor
a birthday picnic Sunday at Commission asked to be families.! members are free to gn to the
week. Funeral services were real estate tax, and $69.50 fine the health: of many necessary. a grocery order going from
Sampson Lake. Present for the Thursday In Jacksonville.: from Tom Hardy.Disbursementswere provided a list of persona receiving The other three board memo commodity program office and "They tell :you right quick iboard member to board, mem-
family reunion and birthdayswere $305 with $214 of this ,frce food in the. coun- bers were challenged: to ask lock through, the files at any 'you can't challenge their de- ber until one !gave Km $20 for
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and ALLEY CLOSING DISCUSSEDAT salaries and $68 street lights. ty's commodity distribution the county health department, time. cision," Shuford- stated, refer- an order.

Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomasand COUNCIL MEETING All city; officers were presentfor program( but dropped their how much good the programIs Bryan, said he didn't see why ring to thewelfare depart- A .story was. toll: about: one
family, Mrs. Pat Holt, Steve Complaints about the alley being the meeting. :request when told the commission : doing. board members should be required ment's placement of persons former commission! member

Varnum Mr. and Mrs. Glenn closed east from Durden Nest regular meeting is Tues- Is not responsible far: recipients Approximately 400 families or to do that when a list in the program. who "could write a
Thomas and family, all of Hamp the City; Council meeting last day, May 12, at 8 p.m. \ using the program. 1,500 persons receive commodities could be provided. Bryan said several persons! order without breaking grocery' his
ton; Mrs.. Dolly Manning, Doug. week led to a discussion of late The rood the program does each month at the d's- Civil Defense Director Frank have contacted him about etrlde."

las Manning and family, and San night disturbances and traffic GRADUATION CORRECTION cannot: be measured, according tribution center at the county Williams pointed out that people who receive commodities!
dra Manning and'family, of Fair- in the area. Visitors at the meet Ronnie Birt, son of Mr. and to Commissioners Dave fairgrounds according! to such lists might ,be circulatedand who shouldn't >be on the pro-
Gerald Adkins' ing included: Mr. and Mrs. Er- Mrs. E.L. Birt, graduated from Shuford and Zedra Hamilton, Chairman Zedra Hamilton. used for political advantage gram. sEven
birthday Sunday nest Green, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas -
Santa Fe Junior College last
April 19,was celebrated witha Conner and Seymour Bailey who run the distribution end Commissioner Ralph Bryan "It's like any program- the rich have their
dinner Sunday evening. Mr. all of whose property bor- month with an AA degree. He cl the program for the county Opened discussion of the program -Bryan BAd,! he wanted a list Shutord replied. "There ds going problems, we gather from
additional this
and Mrs. Joel R. Smith and ders along the alley which has is taking at Santa Fe courses, for extra But both commissioners by stating: BO he would be able to screen to .toe some abuse." Shu- hearing a fellow complain
children of Jacksonville, Mr.and been closed quarter Bay the program has made all "I'd stilt like to have a list :recipients to help eliminate ford cited the case of one family about how long it takes a 2-
credit, and I apologize for omitting of the commodity.:! those persons who might be receives free food inch steak to thaw.BRADFORD.
Mrs. Calvin Richard and Toyeof T. J. Alderman was asked by his name in the earlier efforts of Mrs. Harold watersin people on who
Ocala, Walter and Gary Pre- the council to act as sexton of story about Santa Fe graduation. contacting Representative Don program.' abusing the program. "We with the husband 'being physically .
e e
vatt of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. the Hampton cemetery attheeast lie plans to continue his stu- Fuqua. "We can't do It." Hamilton :might find somebody who's us- able to "work. Putting:

Adkins and Emory Prevatt, were city; limites, and he accepted. dies for a degree in aeronau- replied. ing the program that shouldntfoe the case to a welfare worker! J
present. Council approved purchase priceof tical engineering.NEW FISH FRY MAY 23 "I think we can., I called ," he said."That's Shuford eat:!, he was given! J COUNTY
.. Two birthdays this week In $25 per grave, and Mr. Alderman May 23 is now set for the Jacksonville and ''was told: the thing about it. the choice of letting the fam TELEGRAPHOFFICE
the D.H. Crawford family are will be in charge of sell- FLAG AT SCHOOLA Hampton Elementary PTA fish there was no reason why we We don't screen them." Shu- ily's six children go hungry, or

Donna Faye, April 23,and Becky ing the plots and keeping a platof United States nag, flown fry, according to Joyce Collins, couldn't b.e provided a list," ford said."Who' :!. or giving the family a place In SUPPLIES
April 27. ownership. Earlier this year for one day over the capitol PTA President. A conflict of Bryan replied. "I don't see is responsible: If some- the commodity program.

the council accepted Alderman'sbid building in Washington, D.C. was dates with the BUS prom on why we can't," Mrs. Jesse body Is on it who is not sup- "Can you make him go to( TYPEWRITERS
MEN, BOYS' CAMPOUTMen for mowing the cemetery and presented to Hampton Elemen- May 30( led them to change their Chastain added. Commissioner posed to be, the commission: work?" Shuford said he was
and boys of Hampton Baptist keeping it clean. With all the tary Schoollastweek.through the earlier plans, she said. Buck Norman Joined; the re- .or the welfare department'." asked. Us put that question ADDING MACHINES
Church are planning a camp- rains this spring and clearing of -'"- --- -
out this weekend, at Gold Head the grounds in the last few years

Branch State Park Friday, and since it was deeded to the city; * 1 A I
supper Saturday evening atJames the beauty; of the cemetery is a \4.4 I f 1 1 .
Broome's property eastof Hamp distinct contrast to the overgrowth -
ton. Wildon Stinson is in charge of weeds, shrubs, and the
of plans for the outing. dead moss that draped head- ( k

Dinner on the grounds is stones ten years ago. II I 5pin cL
planned for the church next Sun- Drainage for both sides of Dur-
day, after the morning worship dan Street to protect the post-
service when Rev. Jimmy Hinkle office parking lot and prevent
of Vero Beach will be guest washing out the limerock recently TL. ore' D/SCOUN/ srois
speaker. laid on the street, was approved s a SPEND 41 en LOWER BETTER
by the council. *
PERSONALS Gutter and downspouts will be + + LESS! 4
+ .r .
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Saxonof purchased and installed on the 0754 MORE O

Pompano Beach were over- city hall, new stop signs for the Dater SFAC3 .
night visitors here last week city will be purchased, and the l + *
with his uncle: and aunt, Mr. council requested that the ordin-
and Mrs. George Saxon, and Mr. ance for license fees be ready DISCOUNT STORES
and Mrs. E.L. Birt. for the May meeting. The old

Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Lanier building cannot by law be deeded 17 FT. i
of Bedford Lake were Sunday outright to the city; for recreational -

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. purposes, the School LUGGAGE GOLF NOXEMA
Lynn Hall. Board has Informed the city.; RE WEB KITS

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collinsand Because the landfill maintainedby BALLS LADIES' vr r (hoxzuim
family spent last weekendin Bradford County, no county; a BLUE INSTANT SHAVE

Georgia with Mr. Collins' residents can be charged for Sturdy woven OR JJ + I r"5jkT* I REGULAR or LIME
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i: Now THAT Was An Orange Tree I} : y it's a woman'sv'j

Some yellowed newspaper clip- Fe River, by troops of the South tree and the location of Fort ) By Martha Sue McCain

pings, from Issues of The Tele- Carolina Volunteers under the Harllee. County Extension
graph back In the 1930's, were command of a Major Harllee, C.D. Thomas of Graham, Home Economics Agent$
brought to light at a meetingof and named In his honor, althoughit called at The Telegraph office
Is usually mlspelled Harlee. and stated that the famous tree
the Bradford County Historical his greatgreatuncle WHAT HAVE YOU DONE days in the refrigerator at 35
Society last week by Mrs. "In front of the officers quar- was planted
ters at this post Major Harl Samuel Thomas, and that E FOR A BEE LATELY? to 40 degrees. For longer stor-
Gladys Mansell Ayer who had
saved them the lee planted the seed of an excellent Fort Harllee (or Harley) was The honey bees goofed again... age, wrap In freezer paper or
The clippings over have do witha China orange, which he located in Bradford County be- and produced too much honey. foil and keep at zero degrees in

famous orange tree that once had brought from Charleston. Of tween Santa Fe River and Hamp- That's why honey's on the April the freezer.A .
the several seedling from this tnn Lake. Y C"I plentiful foods U.S.
grew at Fort Harllee, the best Agriculture..
(known Indian War fort In this plalnttng, one proved more thrif- There was nothing left at the Department of
,, ''trM'4t' delicious to use honey Is as How do you decide what size
Immediate ty and prolific than the rest and site (even in the 1930's) exceptan way
area. milldam a sandwich filling. To make a eggs are the best buy? Generally
Although the existence of the was cared for by subsequent old post, Mr. Thomas -
tree is well documented, thereis garrisons during that war (1835- said. The old fort, which honey and cream cheese filling, speaking, if there's less than a
42). was used by early plantation settlers use three tablespoons liquid or 7-cent price spread per dozen
some debate as to the exact
for creamed honey and a four-ounce between one size and the next
location of Fort Harllee. Most "The late Hon. Marlon L. protection during the
old maps show the site as the Payne, for many years county Indian wars, was not maintainedand package of cream cheese. Beat smaller size in the same grade,
the and cream cheese together you will get more for your money
area lying between Santa Fe Rlv- superintendent of Marion County disappeared years ago. honey
er'and Hampton Lake southern schools, has told me that his The big tree was killed In .. until light and fluffy. Or by buying the larger size.
Bradford father. Dr. George Payne of Mi- freezing weather of January you might prefer honey with Refrigerate the eggs as soon as
County. But at least ..
one other map, and some docu- canopy, the first resident physi- 1886, Mr. Thomas said, and was ...... :.... .y chopped dried fruits and nuts. you get them home, storing them
ments refer to It as being located cian of Alachua County and the over 50 years old at that time. -. : Or honey and chopped or grated large end up. Cook eggs at low
!in northern Alachua County. only one until 1850, had a prac- The season before it was killedit .. 6 Y orange peel. Another good filling to moderate temperatures because -

It Is possible, of course, that- tice extending from Fort Harley bore 150 boxes of oranges. r is equal parts of honey, high temperatures and
Fort Harllee came to mean the and Newnansville In the nor- And that was not the end of M peanut butter and butter, or mar- over-cooking toughen eggs.
thern end of Alachua County to the Fort Harllee controversy. garine. If you don't mind calor-
general area of the old fort
and could have embraced the, Fort King and Ocala in the pre- Another account of the tree was ies, make some Swiss honey by STRAWBERRY SYRUP

land on both sides of the riverat sent Marion County. As he vis- received the same day in a let- mixing equal parts honey,butter, Perhaps you noticed in the
distribute ter from writer J2 and whipped Canning Section of the 1970 Brad-
that point. The ited, he was accustomed to a Hampton who or margarine
perponderanceof oranges from the famous requested that her name be with cream. ford County Fair a Jar of clear,
however Is the
on _
held. The letter rich red strawberry This
said syrup.
tree at Fort Harllee after the : _
side of Bradford County the
as manner of Johnny Appleseed and "As to the location of Fort ,''I: HOW TO HANDLEA was entered by Mrs. T.F. Howell
actual location of the fort. _
his apples. Harley, It is between the Santa :.e (: .. FRESH CHICK Keystone Heights, and she has
As for the ;
orange tree, the "This tree was in 1850 said to Fe River and a small lake, which t_ -.ems. _-' t .. When you bring home fresh agreed to share her techniques.Mrs. .
following letter written by 1I.J. .
Chaffer, curator of the Florida be the largest sweet orange tree lies about 1-1/4 miles west of : meat or poultry, get In into Howell uses-
in the state. The freeze of 1835 Hampton, known in recent the as
State Museum In the early 1930's yearsas refrigerator as soon pos- 1 cup strawberry Juice
was published in the Florida had killed those growing here Hampton Lake. First Kingsley Lake ResortWith sible. Here are some tips on 2 cups sugar
Time-Union and reprinted in The formerly, while the seed of the "Nothing now remains of the safe storage: Wrap the meat
great tree was still safe in the old fort buildings. Great moss- loosely to allow air to circu- Stirring to dissolve thoroughly -
Telegraph: ground. By 1860 It had grownso laden oaks, a few pines, and late around It. Some refriger- bring to a boil BUT JUST TO
to letter summer coming memories of the of
"According a from on, early days Kingsley
large it could be seen for small undergrowth are all the ators have compartments for A BOIL or you may have jelly!
Col. W.C. Harllee. U.S. Marine miles and bore over 10,000 good sight to be seen there now. A Lake are brought back by this scene of n gala swimming party at storing fresh meat unwrapped. If Set aside, and skim and bottle.

Corps Orleans, of 824 La.Gravler to Dr.Street J.P. ,Am-New oranges (On a season.) It was few years ago, one could still the first Kingsley resort, "Anderson's Retreat" on the northwest shoreof you bought pre-package poultry Be sure to tighten bottle cap.
brose, of Waldo, Fla. Fort Harl killed in the freeze of 1875." see some sign of a few gravesof the lake. Figure in striped bathing suit at center is believed to the special wrap on it is designed To get Juice, Mrs. Howell

lee was built In 1835, about four- After publication of the above people who died and were be Morris Leviton an early Starke tailor. Figure in dark coat and to control moisture loss crushes her berries and adds a .
letter from Mr. Chaffer, others burled there. in the refrigerator. If the bird little waterJust enough to keep
miles north-northwest of Waldoon straw hat dock could be Joe Hoover famed
were quick to respond with different "The large orange tree was on Starke photographer. is wrapped in paper, unwrap it, from sticking. She strains berries -
the south bank of the Santa versions of the famed once there, as recorded by Doc- The sign above door says: "Two Good Things: Anderson's Retreat and put it on a platter, then cover through a cheese cloth.Mrs.

Hoover's Photos.! for refrigeration. Wrap and store Howell says she freezes her
the giblets separately. Keep fresh Juice and she can make fresh

meats and poultry for only a fewBHS syrup all year long.
Our editorial. tor Breeze, but it was taken me what I have written concern- of Truth,"published in the 1880's,
up, and the root and truck, or ing the orange tree. She saw the which contained the following
of the trunk carried to
most ,
people carrying the tree trunkto
paragraph "There is a mon-

.: probably the tion Chicago in 1892.produced Centennial The 9,000 orange Exposi-orangesin tree It to the Chicago railway" station to ship ley ster, Florida orange: ,tree that near measures Fort Har-nine ; ;,! By-Lines

o. .1.LPoint of view I one year, because it was a feet, one inch in circumference. Y
: very large tree. (Editor's note: Doctor Breeze It is over fifty years old, and .
referred to above some seasons has had over nine
; : W "I have often been to Fort was the author > By Joyce Allen
,' .' .. Harley, and my grandmother told of a book, "Well Springs thousand oranges on It. I ..

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Little Comfort For 'Peaceniks' FarmersJust Diary

!when we had: till given
up hops of a clear weekend. deparments set up in Lawtey.!
Those who agitate for still faster attacks against Saigon. the weatherman relented and Starke. Hampton and Brook-

withdrawal of U.S. forces from Viet- last week we had sunny and er The Lawtey unit Is well

nam will hardly be pleased by Presi- Also disproved is another favorite mild days! tor a change Now set up and) now has two truckS

dent Nixon's talk Tuesday night, argument of the "peacenIks"that, U he will just. hold off heavy at Its disposal.. .
showers for a white, we may
bringing the nation to date on prog-
up it was the U.S., and not North Vietnam get our graded roads dried off In a trial held here before
in the settlement
ress or non-progress which was Imperialist-minded Judge George L. Patten two
; enough so repairs can bo
, of the war in Southeast Asia. that the U.S. wanted to make a colonyof made. two suits involving Alachua I "
heardon ; 1 .
County property were l
) South Vietnam and to use its defense ,
Although the President promised the so-called Green Belt
as an excuse to By Sam Me
deploy troops Carrey
withdrawal of another 150,000 U.S. It looks as though all the Law. Alachua<<1nty had L-J f

troops In the next 12 months there base there from in order which to to gain dominate a military South- berry growers have thrown difficulty was handle:!, medically turned down the applicationsmade ." '"""" "-_
for assessment as agricultural -
was no projection at what rate these their fleUs: open to the publicon and Alice was discharges BHS Talent Show inner-.
east Asia. and the owners
withdrawals would be made, or even a U-Plclc basis at leastwe from Bradford,: County! Hospital !$ land
that effect, asked the court to reverse that
signs thanks
saw Our
in two days.
they would begin. Perhaps the
The falsity of this is shown and public pickers at most of hospital who decision.! What we're gettingat band which
argument to all at the A four member rock the last six weeks of school,
strategy is to leave Hanoi that was
guessing.The by the fact that It is the forces of the plantings around the took excellent care of Alice Is the difficulty < deter- alls Itself "Flood" won the starting May 4. Seniors wearing
county. Plenty of ..berries: are that time. evident In the trial to second Bradford High School Tal- bare-
North Vietnam that are keeeping during extreme styles or coming
President reminded us that in the fighting in South Vietnam. It up Is available, and this Is a good o mine what ft "bonda fide"farming ent Show sponsored by the Spanish foot will have privileges taken
an earlier speech he had said the chance for people to get the Brooklyn Lake over at Key- operation 19. Club last Friday.

rate of troop withdrawal would dependon the U.S. forces that are withdrawing. luscious fruit for canning or stone Heights will not stay out Eight different acts were per- away.Exam Exemptions- Sen-
preserves. for long! Mostly For example, if a man owns formed before the entire 1,000 ior with OVERALL B
three things: In the train- of the news an ave-
progress Hanoi Is a tract of land and then puts student body. Tryoutswere
confronting Its three :because It member in
of South Vietnam It makes the news rage a course will be exempt
troops to fight cattle on it, does that
Borne held to select the eight
borsSouth Vietnam, Laos andCam- Is so low. but now the water from the exam in that course.
the war on their own In volume of berriesIs constitute a real farming: op
; progress A good and only top acts..
bodia-- with ruthless level is very high class when the Is
Imperialism exam
negotiations at the peace table; and being aoli::! these days along the over-flow ditch to Little eration or I la he Just\ trying to Members of the winning rock given.
the level of enemy activity. seeking to crush the neutral govern- the highways all over this Keystone 13 keeping It from qualify for a lower tax: assess- band are Bill Myrick, rhythm gui

ment of Laos, which was created by area but most especially on going higher. People over ment? It is a more difficult tar and vocal; David Jordan, GRADUATION

Although there has been definite the Geneva agreements of 1962, and TJS--301 a4 Lawtey where a there say the lake has been question than you might sup- drums and vocal; Rhymer Howell Senior Class Officers and
prog- which Hanoi pledged to respect. number of outlets have been getting ,a torrent of water pose. After hearing testimony base guitar. The group Is members of the Advisory Board
ress In Vietnamization of the war established. All of which re- from the sand hills up in the In the cases Judge Patten, the back row above photo. will wear white and blue tassels -

there has been none In the peace talks More than 60,000 North Vietnamese minds us of the days when we drainage area. announced he would' inspect Second place winners was Lin- during graduation.

and enemy activity has been steppedup had a roadslia:!' stand at our the properties before making da Seay who sang and playedthe Friday, May 8, all Seniors
troops are now fighting In Laos, and the berrieswe decision. guitar In renditions of"Down going the Class
In recent months in actions against place an sold all of fire departments a on Trip to Six
Cambodia and Laos. an estimated 67,000 in Cambodia, the produced In !that way. Speaking the County Commission! in the Boondocks," "Johnny B. Flags Over Georgia will leaveat

territorial Integrity of which Hanoi has received verification of incidentally, three Alachua Goode,""and "Son of a Preacher 8 a.m. Seniors will take lunches -

has also violated In last week Commissioners! were Man. on Greyhound Buses and
spite of solemn We had< a scare County
first ordinance ever pass-
the Mike
As pointed out by columnist Roscoe treaty commitments. when Alice was suddenly Home Rule at the courthouse during the Third place winner was eat on the way. They will be

: Drummond recent events In Vietnam made ill ,pby an obstruction' ed by. it under: of State Tom trial and were Impressed !by Hanks who" sang "Tonight" He, staying at the Holiday Inn in
( Cambodia and Laos tend to the worried. from Secretary facility. One of them "One Heart, and "Mame. downtown Atlanta, Ga.
prove and for a time 'We the our new
It was the late President Adams. The law premlta accompanied on the piano by
; premises on which President Eisenhower Kennedy'sbelief about whether an operation commission to assist any lire Sid Martin! said the courtrooms was BUS drill Friday Seniors will leave for
Karen Tally
that if Miss ,
Communist Six
" expansion by Fortunate the finest he has Flags Over Georgia. They
: are
Kennedy and Johnson made would be needed. omit\ in the county, and thus Instructor.
force were allowed to South of Dr. anywhere in the state. will reach there and at 7 p.m.
conquer lye under the good care eeea
to the volunteer to all
the decision to help defend South Vietnam rfves impetus Congratulations will leave the hotel for
Vietnam other .
small and vulnerable and Dr. Falos
8a' zar wishes to thank the Student -
Likewise they tend to disprove Kaplain tion and
nations In Southeast .. must be back by I a.m.
the contention of critics of U.S. policy Asia Including Council and the Spanish Seniors will be visiting such
that the in Laos, Cambodia and others would be for all their efforts in makingthe places as Stone Mountain, Cycle-

civil war war and one In which was primarilya we should how Recent right events he are beginning to Non-Work Group Gets Larger Here, Dateline BMSThe Talent the Senior Show a Class success.At meetingthat rama Seniors, and will Underground return to Atlanta.Starkeno

not have become involved in the first was took place Tuesday, the following later than 9
pjn. Saturday

place. Although President Nixon's Tuesday Learning To Live Without WorkingIn winners for the "It's Academic" Miss was Rosenberg discussed advised: all

program last Friday Seniors to pick on thelrgrades. .
night talk will lend comfort 5
no to the
The fallacy In the "civil war"
argument were Jimmy Cauley (team captain All grades go on your permanent -
Is disproved by the fact that "peace at any price" factions In this Bradford County; as wellas among those over 65 is 22 per : ), Karen Reddish, and Larry, record and it is very Important -
country neither will It lend comfortto in most other communitiesacross David Andrews all from Team Friday, April 24, the X-ray
the Viet
Cong has always been the cent greater than it was in 1960. to keep your permanent jnit will be at BHS from
tool of the Communist government of the Communist leadership In Hanoi. the country, "nonwork"is In Bradford County there are 4. record in good shape. Em- p.m. Everyone 18 years of 1-4

North Vietnam. As pointed out by They were served notice that the rate one of the fastest growing many more men who are over ployers will want to know your and over should take advantageof age
of U.S. troop withdrawal will occupations today. 65 and no longer working than The students who made the grades before hiring you, she
Mr. Drummond depend this service and FREE
the Viet Cong was Counted in the non-work classin there were ten years ago. At Principal's Honor Roll the past says. get a
created by Hanoi and did the biddingof upon the progress made In peace negotiations the local area are those able- that time the total was 368. nine weeks were Sonja Biggs Linda Futch, treasurer, gave X-ray.
Hanoi. Hanoi directed the war, which they have blockedat bodied males over age 14 who What do they live on? Outside and Laura Thomas from Team her report to the Senior Class. All 11th and 12th grade students -

supplied the arms, and provided the every turn. Perhaps someday they are neither working looking for of savings interest, dividends 1, Joan Dyal from Team 2, Debra As of April 1, the 1970 BUS Sen- 71 Interested for the school In taking year 1970-DCT
work nor going to school. and Income from Class had a balance of
additional trooo.s will get the message other Manning and Debbie Mitchell ior
needed to mount the (Diversified Cooperative Train-
For the most part they are
investments that they might have from Team 3, Harriet Faulkner, $500.08.
people who have acquired sufficient their main source of funds is Paul Hutchins and Cathy Cas- Linda Stone, secretary, gave ing may pick up applicationsin
resources or financial from government "transfer payments ey from Team 4. and HjamarMcMillan her report An Advisory Com- Room A-ll before and after
backing to enable them to network ." and Mary Pearsalfrom mittee was chosen by Mr. Diggs school from Mr. Costello and

The ------ ---- many of them at a comparatively These Include social security Team 6. We all congratulatethese to obtain privileges for the Sen- Mr. Clericuzlo.

Bradford County early age. benefits, pensions, the proceedsof students on their top per- ior Class and to help class of- 5 .
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Although there are some shirk- life insurance policies, vet- formance and wish them and ficers. The committee is: Ron-
-. ..,=.. ers among the group, who rely erans benefits,unemployment everybody the best there is in ald Strong, Henry Franklin, David Senior
h the rest of society to provide McLeod and Class of BHS Is spon-
1879 o upon surance: and the like the coming years. Kirkland. Larry ,
for them, the great majorityare Because retirement has become Jimmy Crosby. soring a DANCEat the New

quite different Because their easier, financially, the pro- May 8 is Senior Skip Day for National Guard Armory. The"Revolvers"
f funds areadequtefortheirneedsthey portion of non-workers to The landing of Apollo 13 was all Seniors. On this day all Sen- will be playing from
odhsllibl'. don't have to work and they workers has been rising. really exciting since the Middle iors are excused from their 8 p.m. to midnight. Admission is

MIM9ea This is the victory that don't choose to do so. In the local area, on the basis School got to watch it on theTV's classes. $1.50.

overcomes the world, our In Bradford County, the num- of latest figures, an esti- throughout the school.Teachers May II is Skip Day for all a .
FLORI and students that the
DURESS faith.-(John 5:1): I) ber of men in this non-work mated 18 per cent of the male TV's agree Senior Band Members.
group is estimated, on the basis population over 14 is now In are very educational. Here are privileges effective
I T ONr' Whenever we face some Until next time, see a- Class Prophecy for 1970 BUS
ASS 0I of statistics from the Department the non-school, non-work cate- you May 4 for Seniors only.
thing of value to be learned, of Labor and the De- gory. The National average Is round the carpet. Seniors-

some good to be (Mined, we partment of Commerce, at about also 14 per cent.HOMECOMING. -Camille Gassett -No homeroom for Seniors the Jim Shuford is Bradford Coun-

should depend) on God for our 850. The number in that categoryin last six weeks, starting May 4. ty's new County Agent.
supply.) Let Hit rich idem and 1960 was 621.Throughtout SUNDAYAT Seniors first report to their Lucille Grtfds is now deanof

E.. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher productivity work through us. the United Statesat HEILBRONN BAPTIST homeroom for roll check, then women at Santa Fe Jr. Col-
the present time there are Sunday. *-I, J* eass* THAT but not the lege.
Apr. 26. will be > leave homeroom
Published each Thursday and entered as Second I If there is a healing need, learnto Linda Stone is
ANNUAL now Mrs.
non-work Buck
8.5 million men in this Homecoming
Day at llbrono -' school
CUM Mttlrr at the fast Office at Starke, Florida rest and relax in the life of population. Of those who are Baptist Church. Lunoh will be .'k..e- VACATION! -Seniors campus.take exams June 3, Matthews and lives in London,
under Act of March 3rd 1879. God for we! can find |Perfect 65 three out of four have England.
over served at 12:43. followed by 4, and 5 and do not have to
Subxrriptlon In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside health through him. By dwelling retired. The others in that age singing in the afternoon. All attend classes June 8, 9, and 10. Until next week. see you

trade area: 1 year 5.50 on the good that good is bracket are still working. singers and other visitors will -Seniors to wear casual clothes all around Campus. Bye now.
brought forth into expression! The proportion of non-workers fee welcome. wr


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Lawtey PTA met at the school
cafeteria Tuesday night of last SAYINGS
week with a record attendance.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Rev. Elbert Knight
of Evergreen Baptist Church.
During a short business session
Mrs. D. A. Jones Mrs. Bobby
Norman and Mrs. Arthur Red-
ding were elected as a nomina-
ting committee. Room count was
won by Kindergarten. Following
this a program was presentedby .. .

with children Kindergarten spring were as dressed the and theme.first to repre-grade The 'OOp STORES .' .. 11.R ;.Q IPRfES.: :. WE.EfY..SP.E( :$ '..: "$ '''' ,'GR.E tl''.''STA'MP$.: :'

sent flowers and It was a pretty;
sigh to behold two groups of 1 !PRICES GOOD THRU APRIL 29
flowers reciting singing, etc.
At the close mothers>
served refreshments.

Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton and
Mrs. Eugene Starling accompanied *t3
the MYF group to the Sub-
District meeting at Pleasant
Grove Monday evening.

Grace United Methodist
Church; Sunday School 9:45: ; Ii\JRYERS r
Worship services 11 a.m. and
7:30: p.m. MYF 6 pjn. WSCS
met at the Church Tuesday night
of last week.
First Baptist: Sunday School 4
9:45: a.m.; Worship services 11 ,,Xl4aPxN k ? rpr
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Training Union '
6:30: ; Midweek services +' b '' s
Wednesday 7:30.: ;r ,,&, r ; b v i CUT UP
Church of God: Sunday School yya
10 a.m.; Worship services 11 ,3 7c LB.
day a.m.7:30.:and 7:30: p.m.; YPE Thurs- FRYERS ,

Highland Baptist:Sunday School
9:45: a.m.; Worship services 11
a.m. and 7 Choir ,,,, ,
p.m.; practice ; y r M Quantity Rights R.i.n.d
6 p.m.; Prayer meeting xM4dx/t'ryayyn'4; .SrY WI..DI.1I {Irani. 'INC.COryrOM1r7O' rAT
Wednesday 7 p.m.


and the Mr.weekend son and of Mrs.Plttsburg with Mrs.Dan Wainwright T.L.Pa.Wain-spent Chuck Steak LB' 79C Chuck Roast LB.99C 1'


ing Mrs.the F.M.weekend Redd of were Macon Mr., Ga.and, Sli. Turkey 2 99C ifiri .. 99C *
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and W-D BRAND
of Jacksonville, and Cole- .
man Phillips of Macclenny on E-Z CARVE OVEN READY RIB ;
Sunday. Sliced Bacon LB.79C T-BoneSteak $139
Miss Arthurine Blanchard and ..

ville Mrs.'visited Elsie Miss Lyals Enza of Jackson-Blanch- USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEF FULL CUT W.D BRAND PURE HAND!.PAK((3 IB $2 B9)) .((10.IB. 13.e9) J

ard Mrs.on was Sunday.Ihelma visiting Fagan Rev. and of. Boynton Mrs.- Round Steak LB. $119 Gr. Beef 3 L8S. $179 j' ROASTOCOMA

Don Denton and children duringthe
week. 4 tI
Mrs. Floyd Futch and children

and visited family her In brother Mlddleburg O.D.onSun-Green, W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE DELMONICOSTEAKS 1 59

day.Mr.. and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright 09 :
and son of Eaton Park visited f
Mrs. H.C. Wainwright the first J
part of the week. T'' (
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes r J
and children were visiting Mrs.
Myrtle Barnes in Starke on Sun LB. ,,,
Della Freedall and Mr.
and Mrs. Osteen all of Mac- "
clenny were visiting Mr. and BONELESS r b ,
Mrs. D.E. Boatwrlght and fam-
ily during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of
Jackson Ala. are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. H.E. Priest and La-
mar. On Sunday they all visit- ti's y yw
ed Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Day and j
family in Cedar Key and attended -
the Art Festival. ,
Mrs. Flossy Bary of Gainesville 1 o ASSORTED MEAT
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.H. ASTOR ALL GRINDS

Eunice Mr.Sunday.and and Mrs.Mrs. Arthur Selma Euniceon Green "c CHICKEN I

had a family get-together last 6
Sunday for their small daughter P P E S BEEF

They enters, Tracy have the the hospital Green prayers for before surgery.of all she of ifrteCOFFEE TURKEY 8-oz.PIES

their friends.
Mrs. Mamie Futch had a fam- / //fSN/IA I OOWNSTRAWBERRIES 1111'
ily gathering at her home Sun ; . .3 )00 1 ORANGE JUICE . .5 t:r 1 $100 1
day In honor of her grandson, O OOtDIN lANtAMFANCY '''"!tX 9tA

David Putney, who Included will leave FOLGERS All GRINDS CORN . 7 lOll 59c FISH & CHIPS . . rlo 59cCOFFEE
soon for Thailand. were
YIN!1111 /1lNCN'r
Mr. and Mrs. David Putney and
family of Jacksonville Mr. and = FRESH TOMATOES . .1. 33'iwllT FRY POTATOES . .5 & 89
Mrs. Floyd Futch and children, .Juicy OUTMI.N IFIItDEVILED
and Chris White. I CAN 69c i -' VALENCIA ORANGES .8 69' CRABS . ,. :3fmo: 99c
Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Sapp Ru- U S N. I ItOUtAt JOC"'S

Jeannie dolph Sapp Sapp and were Leonard in Middle-and t POTATOES . .20 S.: 99e COFFEE RICH . .4 'NIS' )00)

burg on Sunday to attend a par-
ty given In honor of Jeannie 1 L,
in celebration of her 8th birth- y;
day anniversary by her grandmother CAN '
Mrs. Harry Taylor. The r 4 ,
20 children enjoyed horse-back mmlBANANAS10
riding for a time and special
birthday cake and punch were F
served by the hostess. They hada
grand afternoon.

KELLOGG limit 2 with a 13 or ordr,.eluding cigar..... DIXIE DARLING LARGE SANDWICH All FLAVORS CHEK CANNED

Corn Flakes ss: 10C Bread 4 $100 Soft Drinks $100
. : . LOAVES .1 S CANS


Salad Q- 35c Mix .4 $1 3
Dressing Frosting Fruit Cocktail .5 NC $100


NOW COMPLETE! Tuna Fish 29C Facial Tissue .4v' $1 1
An s
translation entirely in new the . :: & Beans ..lOr00CLIP !

language of today. _....... .... ............... .............................. .............................. ........-....................................................

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ply so long at you remain subject I
Selective Service to i Induction for military '' I
service. ; > ....

.. 'lIE' mnw'If'otIt.s.I isr i

Questforu Presently I am In -
Questions; Class n-A but this determent 1""

will expire on February 28,1970.
I have number 306 from the
AnswersQuestion lottery. I will become 26 on
May 1, 1970. If the local board
does not reach my number before -

my 26th birthday, what will
: My birth date was be? i
drawn number 216 In the lottery .- my Answer: If the local board has \\1 r
I am in school and will number before ,
not reached you .
be until June 1973. Will the 216 ... '
number your 26th youthe _____ -- "'"' I'
apply when I enter the reaching age26, I -j"-'J.-oII Y. .r'-: --If 7' I'I
pool lit 1973 or will that year's upon
for Induction I
pool of those -
number control? as part of the 1970 first City Gets PlaqueA r
Answer: The random sequence I'I
priority selection group.
number you acquired In the December ;

1969 drawing will ap- Question: If a local board must plaque presented' the City of Starke for membership in the Florida

...- select three men to fill a call Monclpal fertilities Association\ is shown to the City Council by Mayor I
today for five, all of whom have Carl Hurst.. : )

301DRIVEIN the same birthday, which three The plaque/ was received by the mayor at the recent FMUA convention r
would they take? I s., Jacksonville.not IJT
Answer: In the event that two :
or more men have the same
birth date within a local board, being inducted In 1970
Answer No because the total
their sequence of Induction will : t
be determined by the first let- manpower requirements are not
known and cannot be reasonable
: .
ter of their names past name
show Begins At Sundown and If necessary first names) estimated at this time

SAT. SUN. which have been arranged in
FRI.; ,
Question I have random
: sequence -
APRIL 21, 25 26 a random established sequence of during the alphabet the number 75. When my local :

Double Feature Program that conducted board Inducts me will other r r1ri4L'1'
drawing was
-.-- local boards be Inducting regis-
December 1 I. 1969.
trants with this same sequence \
Paxton Quigley'scrime number? y' 1. 'MI Y1n ,
Question: I am 19 years old, .
Not necessarily. It Is expectedthat _
passionand have no basis for deferment,
all local boards will be
and have sequence number 300.
his If I am not inducted In 1970, proceeding: at about the same
punishmentits can I be inducted In 1971 or in pace, but because local boards
have varying of their
subsequent years
exactly! registrants In deferred status
Answer: You are liable for induction
and do not have -
the same number -
if you are to age or 26 have or to been age de-35 of registrants with the same 4-H Club members at the county agriculture building

< ferred. In 1971 you will have a birthdays they may not be Inducting Saturday, April 11, as they prepare to takeofffor
decreased vulnerability. However : at any one time all available a 10 mile ride.4H OUR "NEST" HAS MANY SPECIAL SERVICES TO
if the calls for registrants with a par-
sequence number.
1971 are so high that they
cannot be met by the 1971 selection Club NewsThe CALL US .LET'S DISCUSS HOW TO -
group the local boards Question: I have sequence num-

will then select from the supplyof ber induction 250. If ,I will want my to local volunteerfor board with their project work and keep EQUIP YOUR PHONE TO ACCOMMODATE
manpower that might be left 4-H Horse CONTINENTAL
Bradford County ing their recordsup-to-dateRe-
wait until they reach sequence HARD-OF-HEARING FAMILY MEMBERS
over from 1970. As each year number 250 before they will accept Club is off to a fast start In cords must be completed and SYSTEM
goes by without your Induction It's and activities. committee .
programs turned in to a scoring -
will have me as a volunteer? BE CALLED TO THE PHONE BY A SOFT CHIME
} taking place you a Answer: No. They may accept Twenty-six members partici- by May 22 for the memberto
1r decreasing vulnerability. you as a volunteer prior to reach- pated in a trail ride last Sat be eligible to attend any 4-H
Ing your random sequence num- urday. Camp or win a County Award. DIAL YOUR REGULARLY CALLED NUMBERS BY SIMPLY PRESSINGA
\ Question: Next February I will The ride started at 10
ber In the Induction processing. ajn. 4-H Camp is scheduled the BUTTON
\ turn 19. Do I enter the lottery at the Agriculture Building in week of June 15 this year. Brad-
pool on that date? Starke and covered 10 miles of with Baker
Answer: No. You won't be included and Question deferred: I am 19 years old graded road and woods trails ford and County Nassau will Counltes camp at Cherry ARRANGE FOR FAMILY MEMBERS TO HAVE INDIVIDUAL LISTINGSIN
now as a student.
vil in the random selection My random sequence number Is Northeast of Starke. Midway along Lake near Madison. About 50 THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
Sl sequence until 1971. The 1970 300. If sequence number 300 the ride, the members en- members are planning to attend
is limited to those born
3.WN: pool is not reached In 1970 In my joyed a picnic lunch while they from Bradford County.; FEATHER YOUR NEST WITH OUR SPECIAL SERVICES. .CALL NOW!
after 1 1944 and
f.1] : on or January on rested their horses. The ride Bradford
:!! local board, will I be home free Information about the
.c or before December 31, 1950. when my deferment ends in 1973? proved to be an excellent workout County; 4-H program can be ob-

Answer: No. If at the time you for both horse and rider. tained at the Agriculture Build- FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Starke. Fla.
968 American 'Intammlonal Picture Will be
AP MilT 1.06 more Question drawings: ? there any are local classified board has t-Ain 1973 your The officers Club for has this recently year.elected They- ing 6554.In Starke or by calling 964- . . . .. . . . . . . . .. .
not reached sequence -
Answer: Yes.A new random sequence Vic-
PLUS number 300 in their Induction are: Mike Reed, president;
will be made for each
ky Dyal, vice-president; Sandi
processing, will simply
calendar year for those regis- you Morgan, treasurer and Vickie
be in that ;
trants attaining the age of 19. placed sequenceand Sue Anderson secretary. The ( GM
TEBBOn ANDTOBTUflE you may or may not be
reached for Induction In 1973. group has held numerous plan-
Question: My birthday in the ning meetings with their leaders,
You will
still have sequence num- NUN OLClII.G{
RUHflflfVIPAHT lottery gave me sequence num- ber 300. If at the time Bill Melson and Walt Edmondson,
ber 325 and I will be in Class vou are
to plan their programs and act
classified 1-A board
I-A next year. Can I count on your local ivities. Do
has reached random sequence put a
number 300 In 1973 you will be At the meeting last Thursday you
t the subject to induction at the head evening, Art Schulz,a local horse
iedsaeDredford Count,Floe of the 1973 selection group. breeder, presented an excellent
M.. In Probn. program on grooming horses and
In re: r>tai. of Olive A. Jona.
.. showing at halter. Another top
If\\ To All: Creditors And Persona BHS Awards Day program Is planned May 14 when higher price on an
Having Claims or Demand Dr. Bill G. Jackson of the University -
Aralnst Said Etttate:
Plans MadeA
N You and each of you are of Florida will holda
hereby notified and required topresent horsemanship clinic for members

mandx which any you claims or either and de-of second awards day ceremony parents, and other inter-
you. may have nnnlnat; the estate is planned: for Bradford ested horsemen. Olds than do?
of Olive A. Jones,, decennd. we"
late of anlil County, to the High School students with local
County Bradford" Judge Oountv., "" of Florida Drndford, athi businesses paying for and pre- OTHER 4-H NEWS
rinnae of senting the awards, according:! Members of other Community
office In the court
mid* County at Stnrl,,,. Florida, to Principal Ralph DIggs. 4-H Clubs have been busy with Our own surveys indicate that quite a few people think an Olds costs a lot

from within the Bin time of calendar the firm months pub.llctvtlon The first such presentations: preparations for County; Events, more than it really does. Result? Many people buy an ordinary car and end up
of thin notice. Each were made last year when. the scheduled for 7:30: P.M. tonightat with a lot less car and value for their money,
claim or demand shall be In the Agriculture Building In
..AMI '".iAN. INTERNATIONAL.......,....wi writing. and hall state the top students In each academicarea Starke. The members will It's so unnecessary, too, because Oldsmobile has many models that are
VINCENT PRICECHRISTOPHER fll nee of address residence of r the:: claimant Tout I ,of* as selected by faculty ticipate in demonstration par-c.)n- priced right down with so-called low-priced cars. See your Olds dealer. He'll

and shall he sworn", to by the memb !rs. receUej: a plaqueat tests In Agriculture, Veterinary prove that you're closer to Olds than you think.
LEE claimant. bin agent. hue attorney a school:: aslem! ly. Comp tt-
and any such claim or Science, General Areas, Horticulture -
PETER CUSHING oemanrt not so filed shall bi tlon Is open to: nil grades. 9-12. Home' and Family, and Cutlass S:The sporty Olds-one ol nine Olds models priced unuer 52995'-
void. Businesses donating $7.50 Foods and Nutrition. Public ight down with a lot ol low'priced names But Cutlass really w'dens the
COLOR,,,, M. ",,,.a E SB: >[i1] e'Sic Charles Charles O O PoMer Felder, A* .admin.Istrator each for awards this year are Speaking and Share-the-Fun value gap with standard features like these Regular.gas
." of the Imitate of Olive J. E. Hardy Auto Sales Community '. Rocket V.8 O Nylon-blend loop pile carpeting a
; i ie rjur>Intcmitional Pidurtt' Inc. tests will also be held. .
A Jones deceased.First State Bank of Starke .mrw. Foam padded seals D Deluxe steering wheel Q BasI -
publication April D. 1>70 Winners In these contests will i .
,! belted tires 0 Door side' guard beams D Recessed
I 4-9 It 4-30 Slade Gas of Starke FloridaBank :
r.v represent Bradford County; In .' .
v windshield D Hidden' radio antenna
,, wipers
\ii of Leila's
-.-"--; Starke. Dress District Events, scheduled for
Shop!. Charley E. Johns: Agency Saturday, April 25, at BUS In .
Goodman's Service Station : Starke. This 4-H District Includes ... rOldsmobile
FLORIDA THEATRE Starke: Nursing.' Home E. Baker, Nassau, Duval, at

M. Lewis Timber Co.. Stump'sDepartment St. Johns, Clay, Putnam, Flag-
Store and Cham- ler and Bradford Counties M-
ShowtimeWeekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 ,ber of Commerce. Baldwin Winners at District Events will .
/ /-r indy P c Car 1170
Chevrolet donated $15 for two go to State Events, scheduled for

Friday, Saturday April 24, 25 awards. July 27 at the University; of Flo- OLDSMOBILEEscape
The 1970 awards ceremonyIs rida. Walter Prevatt placed third

FRIDAY-SATURDAY APRIL 24-25 tentatively sH for Thursday in the State Veterinary Science from the ordinary.

June 13, Dig! ** says the contest 4-H last year. 'Manclurr"' 'ell,1 price include' Idn.l.CbS' ,lax and luogetied deUO< naw car prapaiat on E Cnarg bent. vet > mpg, tag a-, ,1-ei. I a r'S
DOUBLE FEATURE week before school ends. members are also busy

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Can steal the
___._ Ray Parrish and The Swingers singing their new recording, "Is

Nashville Sound/ There Enough Love," Now playing on Wed., Fri., and Sot. Come in and meet the f friendliest waitresses i around ,.

Annette, Jdell, Mary,June;Monorcha and Ruth and Bobby Bryan.

THE .!_t-f itti*. -_.. New Dance Floor

GOLD GUITAR. Now at Bobby's Additional Seating Cocktail/ Hour

Reeves" .rrlnqDel Roy Dl'ulJcy Draft Beer New Dining Room

......... ewe Mufh.X. LvwU ..<.! special! poi .<.!. Continuous Go-Go (To Be Completed in the Near Future) 5 p.m-7 p.m.

13 swinging tun.. IN FINGER-SNAPPN' COLOR Dancing Entertainment
> Two Bands Playing Continuously on Weekends

Nightly THE UPTOWNERS Every Night All Drinks, Vi Price
SUN., MON.. TUBS.; APRIL 26, 27. 28
Plus Ray Parrish & The Swingers .- Fri. & Sat.

Winner of 3 Academy Awards! js FOR THE NEXT ""' 0 WEEKS -

(KS Sb 3 Aor OPEN 10:30: A.M. ". DANCING

rmGGU to 2:00 AM. NeededBOBBY'S H I D E A .'AY NIGHTLY

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----------------- name below are paid before the anal property taxes assesses. relief. demand. In, the Com admitted to probate in this Bxeoutrlx c* tto. EIIOt.Ue .(
Extra Day Added let day of May 1970 warrant for 1989 are. now delinquent pl..lnt. ..Court. Ton. are hereby commanded Frd Thomas Hor>J., dneNo. .
'Issued thereon directingthe : and beajlnnlnar April loot such Witness my hand and the within, six: calendar month First publication on AprU lltk.
I To Folk Festival I.y. upon the aelsure. of taxes. are drawing Interest atone eat of aald Court on April 7. from the date of the first pviblloatlon 1810.
I the tangible pcrsonitl property per cent per month plus 1970 of this' notice to appearIn
Community I II of the taxpayer. for unpaid the proportionate court of publishing (SEAL) this Court and show cause. 10r. 7.N'rtI'1.I', A.vMAtark
I II At Foster MemorialA tax.. penalties and additional this notice. Unless. the Inmnn D. Ocean If any you' con. why the action .. Ttorldr'd491)
cost. The name of delinquent\ amount. set o-pponlte each Clerk. Circuit Court. Bradford of this Court In admitting saidwill Attorney lor PUtlaner
taxpayer name below. are' paid before. the County. Florida to probate should not .-11- 4% 14we'rrvw
I I II fourth day of programs has personaamount. ()*f tax* In* let d..y..f May 1970 tft*; executions Hy Beulah. M. MoodY.D..p.t" stand unrevoked.. -
the oo.t of ftilvertlstmr will Issue thereon and CLew I.rk
eluding Thernn A. Yawn. .
been added to the upcoming Flo- and the flr.t month penalty be delivered to the sheriff for Office Of Philip Barton County-s- Judge ) FNnnirrs '.!II
1 rida Folk Festival, making thisear's lira a. follows. I..vup"n. / any/ I pronortv realpersonal Attorney. foe: PlAintiff First publication on April 18th. / :t&rives tktt
I News Franklin 13.411 or mixed belonging to :SOO Northeast. Flrxt Street Notice Is hereby "
I event at Stephen Foster Blue Tavern t AS the taxpayer for unpaid tares Gainesville. Florida 32601 1970rge K. Pierce 1. P. D. Reddish.\ r riffUSf
Memorial White Springs the Branding Iron Rent. Tno. 15.OSRrooker penaltle. and additional cost. 4. 16 4t &.7 203-205 North Temple Avenue Bradford County.. Xl Writ ofExecution
Super Market 86.79 The nam..f delinquent. Intangible FloridaAttorney der and by virtu In Starke.
first to
history run more 4.1* to wit:
Haywood Brooks Oafs personal property Cegnl-dae'Vi Court OfUrndford ',for petitioner ( thehighth
. Elizabeth Ghreiw Walker than three days. Amore: t.. Drown S3 It .taxpayers and the amount oftaxes. In The Cnujtty. Florldn.In 4-18 4t 5-7 Execution Issued. Circuit cut C)Court
II J Sum Drown 109 Including the. cost of ad. AustinBell. 1 Judicial' .
of James Ftorlda.pursuant
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L. ___ ret County
Wlllam C. Carnie SOS vortlslnaand penalties are a. ... of Bradford
--- The 18th annual spring festi- Milton D .Carter 714 follows, lit. deceased.NOTICE Isj The val will Thursday, Apr. 30 "9 M : I.I TO CREDITORSAll Bradford. County FloridaIn for Watkins Prniijolov In*
RECREATION NEWS open Clarenc L. Cooper Jan Adams of the entate of Fred Thomas andStalnst
Sunday, April 26, Choir Union and extend through Sunday, May Davis GroceryMkt.' 193.S8 Mrs Catherine Bernard. 2.113 creditors Austin Bell. Ill are> re' ': Estate of. Foreign Corporation.III and
The Little League Baseball will be held at 3 p.m. All members 3. Fnnnle' House. Of Beauty 41Vaxcn Laura I., Rodgers.. Chllnon 3.61Independent James notified. and reniilred. to Rogue dnccnxed Tn Creditor Clarence).III.eadanta.) sthe
4 IfSinclair hereby Notice Jf
practice la held each Tuesdayand Forrvth Telephone demand of
and friends Invited to at Co.S49.75 pile claims or of the entat 11,167,60 tofMber *
"So 996Hideout any All creditors amount of :
individualsand Harley axalnnt
Thursday at 5 P.m. All interested many which they. may have Frearedhereby deceased cost o4 eolleotlon..
tend. .. 19.80In'p..n'.nt Adelm 8. Kmeph 4 MRrnest office of the notified nand
required m'l'Po..e..lon
the In
boys asked to groups are available for participation Co. I960 T. Philips 1.28 the estate ,,- Have seised and have
are Life Ins Couty.
Bradford demands
regIster The annual Woman's Day observance Judge of claims or '
Countv .. flirt any .
this year that the extra Ram MoCutohen. 1 93 Mary C. Plerhowslcl.' Eat. 49 20 the to nave peionaltproperttY.140
for this activity.Registration will terminate Sunday, day became Phil McT.eod litMassey '! Arthur S. Tthnnds. Jr. 17.93 St rke.laFlorl.. within sixcalendar : which. th&may. /In the office scribed.
Is still being held May 1 1. Speaker for the 11 a.m. necessary says / Service Sta.. 88.39 Paul W. Walters. S.74Maria at dat* against sold< estate Judgo of Brad wit Watklni
for Girls Softball at the Reno service will be Miss Verlla Jen- Miss Thelma Boltin festival dIre.tor. Newbern Studio 4.19New Whvard 4.0S of tho first pubicaionhof.. thin fordheCcunty y Florida' 'In theoou..thou"o 1.139 mleotllanou
Cleaners S319 J. R. Kelly .mandMU..t Product .
Method or Florida
Each clfllm Starke. the *lb vnamed
Recreation Center. All girls Interested kins. Music will be 4.18 Tax Collector. notice. and must at As the property of
provided by Participants will wile ftp Cafe be In writing six calendar\ month and that en
present old- within
In participating Jnck T.. Parrlch 8.02 Bradford County. Fla. of residence andpo.t first publication defendants
may the Black Youth Ensemble with the place the May.
: state th -of
time arts crafts, and customs, Plaia Xxidne 31.18 1t 4-" address of the. claimant from *ofnlthis notice.. Each Monday, the llth day
register, ages 9-17. This Is a the youth In charge. At 3 pjn. as well as folk songs dances RedNMIll... \ .. A Sales and office mum be sworn to' by demand must be In 1970. at twelve, o'clock premise noon on eBradford
claim the
healthful physical fitness acti- the Senior women will be in Corn. 1R!.9JHarold the claimant his agent or hi* and must ntatn the said day on I wUott..1'
fireside tales and old 110Phell TIle> Clrrvlt c. Of Themarkiat will bucom void writing of County/ .Jalli
vity. charge. The speaker will be Mrs. stitons. Service Tthnden. Station SH.d1! JINI..I.I Clrent* Of attorney, or to law fleaanddrn.aaof. I tncehe. claimant n dmudl for sale and to t'll.hllfh..t *
according hand.
Louise Tenly. Music will be Club 74 "0 rinrldn, !. Aad For Bradford 1970.Jamea the. claimant bidder for cash In
provided Stark.' Oolf Country April 9th. sworn to bv
and food be
vendors propertyof
will Covnfr. Chit Aptlon No TIM Jr. serlbd
BETHLEHEM GRAND LODGE occupy 299.75 Hell attorney above
NIII' Ino. Austin his the
by the Senior Choir of Stark. Plaintiff his agent or 9atletrthe
Elisabeth Craig JR. to
rustic Mary IinT.t. accord defendants
on the well-shaded 43 72 AUSTIN void said
The Grand Lodge Is In ses- Greater Bethlehem Free Will Eugene R Starling 2 S3 vs. Andrew Butson Craig.Defendant. JAMES 1> .eeeaeedt or' It will become aforesaid. Execution..
grounds around the Joe fttarllnir Administrator 111. law.
outdoor stageon Ball. Inar to
sion In Jacksonville April 20- P. T>. Reddish. Bherlff
120.10Ptndetlll Austin
Baptist Church. the banks of the Stuckv'e Inc. NOTICE OF SUIT Jamns Altl'lI 10. April 911 Florida.t3 .
Dell Chapter will be suwannee Furniture II 09 First publcatlon on I>erm F. HnguT '" Bradford County 111
25. repre- The two captains for the W 0men's TO: Andrew Hutson Craig.Defendant. HOQtnB 41
River. Participants are not paid, Piinnco flfntlon in AtTurk's >RNA F.
General Delivery.
sented by the Worthy Matron 1970.George Pierce20SJ05
Day activity; are Mrs. and take In 15rv| Tnn Inv. RiftTTnderwnnd S.
part the festival Qlovervllle. C.r: AvenueStark.
Mrs. Alma B. Bacon. Bertis Robinson, and Mrs. Ruby Motel. 61.04 Tou Andrew Hutson Crater.are North .Temple R2091
because of their .. Florida.i
interest In
Clark. All members are askedto lore, dancing, and music. Paul Unity W.Cnf-Walter. 1H7H HIS Complaint. hereby. for notified Divorce ha.that been a Attorney for Petitioner 4.19t &.1 W & D TRACTOR SALES
FreeWill please cooperate with these The opendlng Is set ?'....I. wnurn 11:.,. I'7TWiley filed against you and you are -
Baptist Church, Rev. Jas- activities for success.: program W1111nm-On 19.60J. required to .era' written Court Of
Williams pastor. Monday The for 1 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 30. R. K.llv. Tax, PMlentor. copy of your Answer. or other. In The County. Florida.
per Baby sponsored by Two will be Bradford County Florida defensive pleading of any to Ilrndford Fred Thomas
programs of
night Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Mrs. Perils B. Albert and Mrs. the presentedon It <-2JNOTICBJ It on the Plaintiff's attorney.. In re, :deceased Instate. Box 75 LaCrosse Fla. Ph. Alaehua 462.264.
night Choir No. 2 and opening and closing days -- Philip Barton lIa<1l1ln. 200 Hogue PROBATHTo
Tuesday Bards Robinson will terminate OF
and three on Friday and Saturday Northeast First Street. natneavllle. Interested. InTYoosire OLIVER TRACTORS
Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. Sunday May I 1. Evening service: May 12. GP IVMBNTtOW TO Florida and 'file the "rlalnal All .Person Of Said. ....., .. thatwri
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- will be held at 6:30 April 26. :IlICaiSTISIl FiCTITIo1s.N.1MA. with the Clerk of theabove hereby notified 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
The beforethe
Florida Folk Festival Court or
has Notice la her..bIflv..n/ that styled on Instrument purportlnlfto
Ing. Thursday night Ladles Cir- GREATER ALLEN Chapel AME become to Section 865 09 13th dav of May 1970: If a will and testament
cle meeting. Friday night, April Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins,pas- the recognized as one of Florida.pursuant, :: Statutes 1905. the un: you fall to do so. Judgment for will the he of the said last decedent. has been. TOWN & COUNTRY GARDEN TRACTORS
outstanding events of its kind .
24, the Junior Choir and Junior tor. Morning service begins with derslxned. Intend. to reKtxter the& be entered you
In the nation. fictitious name or Town
Ushers will motor to Moultrie, Sunday School at 10. Morning Country Beauty. Salon with the
Ga. to appear on a Dedication Worship at 11. At 3 pan the ItTOTICIB Clerk of the. Circuit Court In 7 to 14 Horse Power with Gear or
Florida -
Program at St James Free Will and A. provided by Chapter SOT And for Bradford County Funeral Home
pastor congregation will motor for the purpose of enR.RIn. DeWitt C. Jones Hydro Drive.
Church. tJ. Art of 1941 'Notice Is herby tinder wild. name
Baptist to Baldwin to render service irlven. that tan St.
The annual Youth Day obser- for Rev. McFallen. Evening ser- property: tax.* assessed. for the at 120 S. Countv.Court FloridaMrs. .
vance will terminate with the vice, 6 p.m.Remember. And year 1989 are now delinquent. Bradford. 1* S Williams" Starke Implements, Sidewinder Mowers, Holland
beginning; April let .uchtaxes STARKE
crowning of Miss Bethlehem at that Sunday services are drawing Interest. of Fla. .and. Sue. Henley.Stark Transplanters, Cole Planters,

3 p.m. Sunday School at 9:30. will start on Daylight Saving the. ppornoreIonite. com month of pup Dated. this lit" day of April PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE John Blue, Ezee Flow and Others.
At 11 a.m. Rev. Haymon will time. halting thl. notice.. Unless. the A. D. 197O. at Stark. Bradford
deliver the message. At 3 p.m. amount set opposite each Count Florida. ,.u u 17walee Combine and Hay Equipment

Rev. G.G. McAuthor and mem- EXTRAVAGANZA OF MUSIC rose, will render service with HEIGHTSPHONE
bers of Tabernacle Baptist Of repaid EJelln An Extravaganza of Music will
Jenkins speaker. ,
Personal Property REPAIRS on AM MAKES & MODELS
Church will render service: Miss be presented at Bethlehem FreeWill -Mrs. Clara Ghent, reporter. Tease 473-3176: '
Bethlehem will be crowned at Baptist Church on May 7, As provided' by Chapter. SOT Calvin C. Williams and Raymond DvalSIRLOIN :

this time. at 8 p.m., sponsored by the FREE KINGDOM True by 24 Act.irlven of that lt41.Intangible notice la here P..r.

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Infant and adult baptism will NEW BETHEL Baptist Rev. groups
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the 11 a.m. service. Visitors always No. 1 and 2 will observe their fingers! mod group' from ; ;

welcome. second: anniversary April 24. All Miami. If you wart to be' in 1 FRYERS

EBENEZER BAPTIST Church, Pastors and Church Ushers the program see Mother RoInaon > ; ; FOOD

Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.Thurs Boards are invited to help In this or Elder White.. Come 1

day (tonight) Bible Study. Friday observance. Rev. Alphonso Jenkins end help w* enjoy J su*.=: I

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By.Dorothy MlUai CITIZENS Beth Jordan, 18, died in t '?i, :'' 7t jJ} iDX"r;,dlllltlllii( <>' rPic ii;! :'(jj{(f ; t J ldJ
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i fl-r,rrrrsrr- the Medical Center at Gainesville / .. .....,.., ., .'" '
Un a-srrsrrrs rrrrfls Sunday night as a resultof < 'iI.<( '>" >>"" < :' 'j.: ;, \ : ,,:..:. <; :,;.'> : >
Injuries sustained in a truck- .: ,; <. > :, (
Bowden .
Senior Citizen Janet auto collision near Starke last .
.iOPE BAPTIST CHURCH charter member of our Club returned Friday.
Telephone 473-4188. Sunday home after a long Illness Miss Jordan was born In
School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship and extended visit to her Gainesville on Sept. 26. 1961. EVERGREEN BAPTIST FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
,. 11 Training Union 6:30 daughter and son-in-law In New First CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH School, 9:45: ajn.MornIng -
; She was a member of the Highway 125 Northwest Law-
It wonderful to see LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday: Bible Study 10 ajn.; Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ...
Jersey. was 11 ajn. .
P.m. Evening Worhlp 7:15 Wednesday Worship
; ; Christian Church and an em- toy. Sunday School,10 ajn.Mom-
evening f rayer Service her. She Is looking good and we ploye of the Starke Nursing Home. 1404 E. B.ssent Road Ing Worship 11:15.: Sunday Night Morning Worship and Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
8:30 11 Evening ser-
7:30 with choir practice after- are all happy to have Janet back Surviving are her parents, Mr. SundayPriesthood a.m. Service, 6:30Rev.. R.L. Bennett Service a.m. Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer tice Wednesday 8 p.m.
knew that. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra- vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 Wednesday.Rev. .
ward. and are sure she and Mrs. Virgil M. Jordan; two pastor. : p.m.; -Rev. Robert D. Burch
At our last meeting, we took Duane and Gary Jor- ment 6 p.m. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. .
BIBLE CLUB TO RECESS up the question of assisting at dan brothers and her grandfather L.B. MondayMia 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ;

The April] 27 meeting of the the X-Ray Mobile Units in the Jordan; all of Starke; also her TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Highway 100-A .
New Life Bible Club will be Bradford County; Area Apr11122- maternal grandparents, Mr. and WednesdayRelief Society V Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng Sunday9:45: ajn. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
the last before the summer re- 23.The Mrs. A.J. Tucker of Miami. 7:30 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Pre- HAAJPTOM.CHRISTIAN: : CHURCH School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Ing Worship. 11. Training Union, "
cess. Regular meetings will be following members of our Funeral services were held Dean Hansen Branch Services Booster Band Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 6 p.m. Training Union 7 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8.
resumed In the fall. Club volunteered: Carl Hoist, at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the Starke dent. People and Prayer Service)* 6 Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8
By learning 32 Bible verses Ada Hoist Al and Irene Nich- First Christian Church with JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship, -James Shaw, pas Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser p.m.Rev..Don Drawdy,pastor.
the following six members of ols, at the Cadillac Uniform Co.; Charles Reese and J.C. Brown, BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service Wednesday tor. vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday
the local New Life Bible Club Emma Morton Alex Morton El- ministers, officiating. Interment 301 behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. E.R. Bowers. D.D., night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST I
have earned a trip to the May I len McManus and Delia Speed at was In the family plot In Kings- North Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Day Rally at Camp Gilead in the Fla. Development Co.; Pete ley Lake Cemetery under direct- tee Freez Drive In, Sunday pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor- I
Polk City: Martin Hersey Duane Johnson and Lilly Johnson,Emma Ion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral School 10 a.m. Worship Ser BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11' ajn.; Evening Worship
Searle and David. Jerry Joel Morton and Ada Hoist at WInn- Home. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
and Sylvia Price.PERSONALS Dixie; Mary Allen Dorothy and Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes HOPE BAPTIST.CHURCH day School 10 ajn. Roif Bits- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.;Eve- Wednesday.
Joe Kerrigan at the Starke Nur- day.Leroy (Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
sing Home. Roy NewmanRoy Olive pastor, E.L. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morn Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7
We are glad to report that This is in line with our policy Griffls associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan returnedto to help In County; projects when- Newman, 62, died Sunday, Union6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng -
her home Friday after spendIng ever we can, according to our Apr. 19. in Belleville N.J. aftera DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 p.rn.Wednesday music director. Welcome. Worship, U a.m. Training
several! days at the University ability.; We still have a committee sudden Illness. He was born BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Medical Center Hospital in which goes to the Public In Knoxville, Term on Aug. 4, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
and lived at Waldo, ship Services 11 a.m. and. 7 Packham, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Gainesville. Library every two weeks though 1907 formerly HEILBRONN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. V
Miss Cheryl GriStle was the this year we have been lacking where he was employed by the p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School Parker, pastor.
weekend guest of Miss Sandra due to the Illness of some of Seaboard Railway Co. He had Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.MornIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,10:45
Bleasdale at Keystone Heights.Lt. our members but we will try to been employed with the Penn GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
and Mrs. W.E. Dampier make up for this as we know the Central Railway Co. for the past CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng 6:30 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting Sunday 6:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
attended the Florida State Na- Library is a worthy cause and 27 years. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service 7:30. p.m. ing Worship 11. Training Union
tional Guard Convention at West it is within our capabilities. We Surviving is his wife Pauline; Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 16:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
Palm Beach this weekend. also enjoy the work. a daughter, Ann; and one son, Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ritchof We try to run our Club on the Peter Newman, all of Belleville; -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor. --- -- -- -- -----------------------_.--------------.

Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. basis of protecting and the their health and ,four Starke brothers Earle Albert Newman New- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,r -111i1i ;: ;;:::;::;::;:;::;;:;::;:;:;:;:;;;:;:;:::;:;:;:::;:;:;:::::;:::;::::;:::::;;;;;;;;;::;::::::::;:;;;:;:;:::;:::;:::;:::;::::;;:::;:;:::;::;:::;::::::;::;:::::;:::;:::::;;;:;:;:::;:;:;::;;:;:;:: :
Clyde Hall on Sunday. of our members poc- man ; m
Sunday visitors of Mr. and ketbooks as some of us art Alexandria Va.; Hurt Newman, OF STARKE I
Mrs. J.D. Griffin and family living on small pensions.We Waldo; and J.D. Newman Miami. West Weldon Road St. and Raiford ::111:1ij: WORD POWER' ;11:1;:: t
wee his brother Wilbur Grlf- received a reply from Gov. Funeral services were held 10:00( 11:00 ':::;:;:: :;:;::::
fis of Gainesville and Mr. and Kirk's office concerning bills at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Sunday School: : a.m. I
Mrs. Sidney Griffls and Stacy before the Legislature this Session Waldo Methodist Church with a.m. C.A. Services: 7:00: p.m. 11rij One of our popular] publication., encourages the learning of new words, 1111j1;
Starke. No. 3431, 3439. We hope to Rev. Joseph Fullord officiating. Evangelistic Services. ::.:;'::.::: and in each edition( prints a few word\(] that we ran :;::;::;
Miss Sue White was the week- hear from Rep. Gene Shaw, Rep. Interment was in the Waldo Ce- Wednesday: No Mid-Week : add to our vocabulary. :;;:;;;;

end guest of Miss Charlene Ellington Sweeney and Sen. Bob Saunderssoon. metery under direction of DeWitt Service. Words have swayed thousands, even changed the course of i'i'i'i"i'i'if
In Starke. These bills mean so muchto C. Jones Funeral Home. Pastor: T.E. Gilly history.. It l is through the use. of words that men are saved. :::;::::

of Mr.Palatka and Mrs.visited Percy his Sullivan state.the Senior Citizens of our SMYRNA MISSIONARY '"f'.,. (inter' 'tlint! I ;in 'tlie irixiltim; if Gotl" tlif, iroilil, 'litirlnduin'/ / ; / AMCIC/, ;; *

Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland parents Sulli- Next meeting, we will hold a George C. Lovell BAPTIST CHURCH nut jnil/, ;it, ,,"'uI/,1, God/ "hi/ /the /,11111'1/,; (,f picadiiiiy, // to :::1:1:1:::
van, and their son, Percy Jr. White Elephant Sale. Bring your 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- IUI'I'1'1'11/ / /Hint" I belie"ft'.". ..Be'a usc' '::;::::
and family on Saturday. packages which will be auctionedoff vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. tin /1oi,,li,;,,linei? Training
and will provide us lots of George Calvin Lovell 81, died Union Preaching 5:45, 11 a.m.Evening Wor- ATTEND CHURCH HEAR GOD'S WORD PREACHED jjj::;:: .
and : p.m.
Weekend visitors of Mr. fun In
doing so. Sunday morning In the Bradford
Mrs. L.K. Chllds were his son We meet April 28 at the Rec. County Hospital after an extended ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. 4
and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Cetner Pratt St. at 1 p.m. Your Illness. He was born in Graham -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor I
Chllds. and four sons of Fort presence assures your enjoy- County, Kansas on December CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS icg\;;
Pierce. ment. 29 1888; was a retired far- CHURCH

Harold Mills Jr. of Jacksonville -Joe Kerrigan mer, and a member of the Bay- Sunday Scholl 9:45: a.m., Morning -
Beach visited his father less Hlway Baptist Church. Worship 11 a.m., Youth Ser : g\
Harold Mills, and aunt, Miss Surviving are two daughters vice 5:30: p.m., Evening Worship, ;
Dorothy Mills,Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Eva McDade Winchester 7 V
enroute to Dade City on businessMr. Mrs. Eva StaffordMrs. 111., and Mrs. Cora Jarvis, Alexander p.m.Thursday night: Prayer Meet- I .'-.. 'V'V V
111.; two sons, G.L. Lo Ing 7:30 p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor
and Mrs. Bill Phillips Eva Stafford 75, of Ral- vell, Starke; and Harry L. Lov- /
and Billy of Mlddleburg visited died Apr. 15, elI. Fort Myers; one sister,Mrs. .,.
Mr. arid Mrs. J.D. short Mildred Morgan, Grandln nine BAPTIST :: :tr.r"? '\ t.i:: :" ":' 4t::: : ;? "::::::;:;:::;:;:::;:::::;:::;:

his Phillips parents Sunday afternoon.GLASS. in Illness.a Starke hospital after a grandchildren and one great-; Sunday Morning CHURCH Worship, 9:45: ; .11...::.:... '\..' ....f;.;;.. .;:."":.::.. ".'":\-: .....:.; ;;-::.,.' ?,1 ',";;J ,.,..',;... :.?').!- ,", '-' "::::11:1:1:1:1:1j:1i:1:1s .::.::.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.;:.:.
She was born in Baker County grandchild. Sunday School 11. Sunday Evening ::::::;:;" \ ;.i .:':"i.i::;: :::-:>. ;, .-\; ;#; .. .",' '" "::::::;:::;::::;;::
on Feb. 7, 1895 and had livedin Funeral services were held Worship 6 p.m. Training
the State Farm communityfor at 11 a.m. Tuesday In Jones Union 7:30.:
the past 40 years. She wasa Memorial Chapel with Rev. Alton ThursdayTeachers and Of-
FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors member of the Primitive Baptist Dobbs officiating. Intermentwas ficers Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer
Church. in .Winchester, Ill. DeWitt Meeting 7:30.Edward _
Surviving is one daughter Mrs. C. Jones Funeral Home was In C. Harvey. pastor.ST. 'V \ .-. ..._4 c al '
Cora Hayes, of Bushnell; one charge of local arrangements. '
FOR EVERY PURPOSE son, Albert L. Stafford, Raiford; MARKS
and several grandchildren. CARD OF THANKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
SHEA'SGLASS Funeral services were held 9:45: Church School
,at 2 p.m. Saturday at the grave- Words cannot adequately express Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday t
CO. side In South Prong Cemeteryin our deep appreciation for 11 a.m.
372-4351 Baker County with Elder J.E. the many kind and sympatheticacts Morning :Prayer 2nd, 3rd &
172-4)15 McCormick officiating. Interment that came to us at the time 4th Sundays 11 a.m.
1313 N.W. 4thGajtiKivllla was under the direction of of our recent bereavement. The :
) DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. family of A.H. Harley Jr.You've t :1m:m Till(Church it Gods oppoinltd og.nty in Ihn oorld lot iprrading. Mil knoinlM'gt ol Mil, lo" jSS::\H T1ft Ct' i1 im

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t 1:1:1:::::::. 'loi nan and ol'Nil" d.mand lor mon to rotpond to'thai'hit b,loving. hil,.mihbw' Wilhoul, > :::;;j:
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... of their threatened rights Under the substitute bill the
Council Chairman Sex Course BanRecommended would be restored to fresh water upland property owners on fresh

Keystone Hilites M lakefront property onwers under water lakes are given "usufruc-
r 'Sees Snakes'While a substitute bill unanimously tuary rights" to enjoy the use

in CulvertWater For Clay SchoolsThe .}Y. approved by the House Committee of lands without ownership, between -
Public Lands and Parks line
I on\ their upland property
By JIM FOX last Friday. and the water's edge, no matter
I Please Phone in Your Items .473414 is flowing again from recently appointed Sex Bill Baker, chairman of the how far out the water re-
Lake Brooklyn to Little Lake Education Committee for Clay Lake Regions Citizens Committee cedes. Therefore, the property
Keystone to Lake Geneva, according County secondary schools has unanimously said "we had to compromise owner would have the right to

WOMAN'S CLUB hers are requested to contact: ; to Keystone Council approved a recommendation a little" but that the bill keep his beach clean In timesof
Mrs. Schuber Chairman Everett Fox, who re- that so-called "sexeducation" was substantially the same In low water as well as high.
There w111 be a "games at'47J-t067: : for
Instruction will not
Friday additional' \ Informafon lated at last week's meeting, all major points as the original He would also have the right to
April 24
right at con
how he and Councilman be offered as part of the regu-
Huntley the clear outweeds and shrubs
one sponsored by com- ,grass
at the cerningreservations
7:30 clubhouse. for the
: p.m.
Redfearn lar curriculum In grades 9
Jr. washed out a three- mittee In an area up to one-fifth of an
This will be sponsored !by the conference. foot long mass of trash that was through 12. The recommendation acre (out from the water's edge)
Keystone Heights Woman's> : ROTARY CLUB blocking: the long culvert. will now go to the County; School in front of his property with-
ClUb and all proceeds will be Colonel Ray Bunton (Retired The Industrious councilmen Board for Its consideration. Services Held out a permit.
donated! to the club's scholarship ), Director:: of the (Putnam used 50 feet of highpressurefire A.D. Duck, assistant superintendent Would You Believe? For David ROM One of the changes In the sub-

fund. County Port Authority located hose, with the two of them of schools, said that if stitute bill makes It necessary
This: evening card party -will In Palatka, was guest! speakerat working after dark in the water the School Board approves, the The puddle shown above is the way Brooklyn Bay At MelroseDavid for a property owner to obtaina
give members) and friends an the Keystone Heights Rotary inside the culvert. recommendations as adopted by looked in 1957 following a prolonged drought. Now permit from the Internal Improvement -

opportunity to enjoy a friendly Club last Friday. He was "In the dim light I was sureI the committee, could be made Brooklyn Lake is about as full as its ever been, with Ross, 76, of Mel rose, Fund (OIF) Board to

get-together. This Is particularly Introduced by local RotarianMyron saw a big water moccasin official policy. just room enough for small)) boats to squeeze under died Thursday, Apr. IS, In the construct a dock of any kind,
designed for those 'who Prevatt, Jr., who was coming at me" Fox declared. "Neither of the three high the bridge over Highway 21. Abnormal rainfall dur Veterans Hospital at Gainesville whereas the original bill allowed
are unable to attend the regularly program chairman for Fri "So I got out of there In a hurry schools In Clay County; has a after a short Illness. He was a docks up to 25 feet without a
the 18 months has lake levels
.scheduled day parties. day's meeting.Col. and tried it again with my lantern sex education program at pre- ing past brought up veteran of World War I and a permit. The permit will be Issued -
Husbands are cordially Invited Bunton an Interesting I was quite relieved when sent nor do they anticipate Instituting md water has started flowing: from Brooklyn into retired farmer Surviving is his after the owner pays a

to come and play games of presentation gave concerningthe the 'moccasin' turned out to be one at any time In the Jttle Lake Keystone, a !sure sign of "high water." wife, Grace Ross, of Melrose $ and submits the names
their choice. Just a ripple In the current of future, the committee report two daughters, Mrs. Anna Rau fOhis neighbors on both sides.If .
development of !the Cross-
water! said. "Therefore the committee
Many doer prizes will be given Florida Barge Canal. of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Bev- no objections are filed within
awaY'' and refreshments LITTLE LEAGUE OPENS During the recent heavy rains, appointed by the School Board erly Hanks, of Gainesville; two 30 days, the permit is Issued.
!be served. Price of admission: Redfearn said the edge of the for consideration, respectfully VOICE sons, Johnny Ross of Melrose, The substitute bill also makesit
McKay Realty and: BannerFoods submits the
lake moved back ten feet In 48 following recommendations -
obtain permit
Is only $1.25 (Including tax). :won their opening hours" : and Sgt. James Ross, U.S. Air necessary to a
Force New York sister, before digging any kind of channel -
Mrs. John Bird will acceptreservaUo.ns OF THESportsman ; one
games. as the Keystone 1. That no materials dealing
and nine grand- from the lake Into the upland
tor canasta, Heights Little League with sex education as pertainingto one ,
season Library Fund!
scrabble moraoply. etc. She got' underway last Saturday human reproduction or inti- 4T children. property.The Is
Funeral services were held upland property owner
may be :reached at 4734709. afternoon. Now Totals $218 mate relations between among Ii) fill
at 10 a.m. Sunday at the grave- given the right of "simple
Reservations for bridge may The early game saw McKay the sexes be used in any subjects but
For B.tifjcatjonAdditional \ BY MIKE CII1TTY side in Melrose Cemetery with to combat erosion, per-
!be given to Mrs. Arthur Ketchat Realty- defeat K"i's! .c'"-." ."r- ) or courses in grades 9-12. Rev. G. Yerkes officiating. Interment mit must be obtained from the

473-4300. vice, 4 to I, In a game that Further, that no audio-visual ma- followed under direction 0F Board before starting such
CONSERVATION PROGRAMThe went three ii-il..,'.w...,.- -,> contributions to the terials (films,filmstrips, charts - - - of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral work.
monthly luncheon meeting hits. McKay's team scored two Clay County; Library Beautification pictures, etc.) that might be con- Home. Baker said that the substitute
of the Woman's Club will In the fourth inning and two Fund during the past week strued to deal with human reproduction HI Sports Fans, are yacatchln I am proud to report that bill retained the criteria set out

be held Tuesday April 28, at In the fifth, white Kim's Shell were: Bradley's Drugs, $10; and/or intimate relations any? If you're not Mrs. Bobby Shlpman fe home in the original bill for determining -
12:30: p.m. mode Its only tally In the Lions Club of Green Cove between the sexes be ya jest! aln"t holdin' ya mouth again and feeling better, and Services Held the boundary between state-

The guest speaker (Mrs. fifth. Kevin Bannon pitchedfor Springs, $10; private citizens, shown" or used in grades 9-12. right, cause they've really :I'm happy $12. Total to date contributed to HopkinsOf
Paul Bird, -will have as her McKay and Arnold Reed 2. Any programs related to been tearin 'em up lately. If fishing report from Shipman's property line along the lake
topic, "Conservation." Mrs. for Kim's. the fund is $218. sex education, such as Up With the ole Rolling-Fisherman Camp (west shore Santa :Fe) Lake GenevaMrs. front. This provides that:
the civic
Among Families
: organizations Insti-
Family Living
Bird is president of the Southeastern The night game, a high d n't and small businesses, the follow- tutes, or Seminars will be of-
Environmental Council he's slap crazy' writ- for a week out from Ship- indicating the actual water'sedge
gxuma go
scorer, was won by Banner
donors have
ing participated to fered only as an extracurricular Catherine Hopkins 80,
: and local members are Foods over Gu Mitch's 10-7. date The In'.,al out all these fish andnot man's and bad a total of 60 of any navigable meandered
: Village Improvement (after or outside school of Lake Geneva died Thursday,
fortunate to have the opportunity Banner oatchln' any himself. Let's bass up to 8 pounds In size. fresh water lake as of the date
trailed 4-2 after the Assn., Hibiscus Circle and Founders hours) program In cooperationwith Apr. 16, In Bradford County; Hos-
to hear this dlslngulsli-! first inning, led:!! 5-4 after the : Circle of Green Cove and at the request of, parents just take a peek at a few reports David Rawllngs caught 10 pital after a short Illness. She such body of came the state under, regardlessof the juris-

ed speaker. second, and trailed 7-5 at the Springs Garden Club, the Green and lay groups such as we have now. ibaas ranging up 7 pounds. C. was born In Hammond, Ind. on diction the water's edge exists -
Conservation Is of great Interest end of the third Inning.In Cove Springs Garden Club, Brad- the Ministerial Alliance, Clay Lowell Prelaler of Gainesville A. Rodibaugh of Earlton July 21, 1889 and had lived at where the date of the deter-
and Importance to Florida the fifth inning Banner ley's Drugs, and the Green Cove County Medical Association, PTA caught an 8tt -pound Beach brought In 40 bass, the Lake Geneva for over 12 years. mination on of the boundary line,
residents and the meeting scored 5 runs behind, the Lions. groups, and/or PFA groups" i bass last Saturday In Hampton largest one tipped the scales at She was a member of the Epis- the water's edge as evidenced on
'Will ,ibe open to the public heavy hitting of Dickinson On the "honor roll" list of Lake. 9 pounds George Davis and t! copal Church. the former date shall be deemedthe
after .the luncheon, at 1:15: Bleasdale and Cardenas. private citizen donors are: Mrs. Monk Dlrfrins of \Etarke-. sons, Wendell and Bobby, hat: Surviving Is a daughter, Mrs. boundary line

p.m. Club members are hope Wingate, and Wagner. pitchedfor Ruth Alexander, Homer Newell, under 12 year old children. SEE "bulldogged" .a 12-pound bass a string o* 24 ;bass. As for the Armond Larsen, of Lake Geneva Where sufficient physical evi-
ful that attendance by members anal: and Smart were on the mound Mrs. Robert Hogarth, James Robbins of Santa Fa friend caught 48; Angelo Phoenix, Ariz.; seven grand- provides that affidavits of longtime -
their guests for this occasion.! for Gus and Mitch's. Miss Bonnie Dean Baker, Mrs. COMMUNITY CHRUCH WOMEN Lake, caught 9 bass last Mon- Peterson and his wife Sherry children and three great-grand- residents of the area, attesting -
Hostesses will Include Mrs. Next week finds (McKay Harriet Lyman, Mr and Mrs. The Executive Board meetingof day, and 7 more Wednesday. had 23.Jack. children. to the average levelsin
R. Barker Mrs. W. Beam matched against Banner and William Galley. Mrs. Ray Jen- the Church Women will be Sllm's Flsh-'n-Stuff (Key- Miller caught, 10 bass Funeral services were held such lakes, shall be accepted -
Mrs. L. Clark, Mrs. O. cage: Kim's will take on Qua end ner, Mrs. Warren Hull, Miss held at 1 p.m on April 27 In stone) turned In some good one afternoon anti 7 another at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Anne's as proof in determining the
Mrs. O. Baker Mrs. R. Wolfe, Mitch's. The first game is Louise Batten, Mr and Mrs educational building. Mrs. Roy reports this week. Robert But day on live eels. Seems that Episcopal Church with Rev. Wil- boundary line.

Mrs. E. Dempsey, Mrs. D. scheduled' for 4:30: p.m. Harmon Chesser, Mrs Irene Turkentt, retiring president,will ton and son of Putnam Hall, the 'bass like these little liam I, Jones officiating. Inter- Other evidence would includean
Maples and Mrs. W. Walz. PTA OFFICERS ELECTEDThe Jones, and Howard Kears. preside, and the final programsfor brought In a 7-pounder and, a things. ment was In the Keystone actual on-site examination of
ELECTIONThe Keystone Heights'! PTA Saturday afternoon May 9, the last general meetings on 7U-pound bass. William Tye Fred Swearlnsen, his eon Heights Cemetery with DeWitt the terrain (upland and out Into
election of officers WM met at the school cafetxxrlum from 4:30: to 7 p.m. has been May 4 and the All-Circle Lunch- caught a 9V4-pound on a Len of Jacksonville, and; broth- C. Jones Funeral home charge the water) and of plant life, including -

held Tuesday April 14, at Thursday night, April 16, to at set Spring as the Park date In for Green a fish Cove fry, eon on May 18 will be arranged. Rapala la. Lake Johnson Ml. w-ln-low. :MaxIe Mathis of 'of arrangements. upland and aquatic, by

the regular business! meetingof elect a new slate of'offers\ to as the culminating activity; of President Turknett Is remind- 'Voyles of Jacksonville, had a Gainesville, went! ,,)but fishing qualified personnel, and other f
/ the Keystone Heights Woman's serve durIng the 1970-71 academic the Fund raising campaign.Watch ing all elected officers of the string of 80 beautiful hell- from Crystal River Saturday Wm' J. Dermody physical Indications of presentand
Club. Newly elected, officer school) year. In the absence for additional information. 1969-70 year and the appointed crackers that he caught: la and although he said the King past waterlines, which shall
to serve during the 1969-70 cf President Mary Bro- chairman of circles and commit- Santa Fe Lake. Mackerel were further north, Services Held be deemed reasonable.
tees to have their annual report, Griffin's Lodge (east shore home with nice catch Under the substitute bill, the
came a
club year are: :Mrs. Earl Voy- leas, Vlce-Pres'! lei president; Mrs.: W. Keeth Zawarka presided over themeeting In writing ready for the May Santa :Fe), also had 0 a'OOrePOll"t including 3 King Mackerel 12 boundary line would be deter-
NEWS NOTESBy meeting.The for last week's fishing. Spanish Mackerel 10 Trout minded by the OF Board rather
.first vice-president: Mrs. Ralph which had fifty vot- Committee of the
Barker second vice-president! ; ing members in attendance.The Pastoral Monday, Roy Griffin guided and 10 Rock Bass., Quite a William John Dermody, 67, of than bv the) County; Commission
HeltaHOMEMAKEPS Egan Community Church Is very actIve BUT. Burton of Kentucky, whoIs nice string think. Lake Geneva, died Saturday, Baker said that the new law
Mrs. Fremont Tolles, treasurer : slate of officers presented
work In a
in the will fresh water
staying at the Lodge, and. Well folksthat'* all the Apr. 18, in the Veterans Hospital remove
; N. Morgan, corresponding by the nominating committee new pastor-minister for the vacant from regulations governing tide-
they caught 20 yearlingsized fishing news, so until next at Gainesville after an extended -
secretary; Mrs. Julius included!! :! Mrs. James.Zow pulpit. Roy Turknett, chair- land waters, thus counteracting
Hanson, secretary; end Mrs.J. arka, president: Marvin Hcnv CLUB man, Is personally making vis- baas. Roy guided :Howard and]! week. get out .'and catch some Illness legislation that placed lakes under -
Robbins, director. er, vlce-pre.. dent: Mrs.. Albert If this report seems Incom- Its to prospective candidates.The bottle Shaw and they caught of those nice fish. He was born In Parsons, Pa. these regulations at the last
MAY DAY CARD PARTY Dazey, secretary: ; and plete and a bit not up to par, systematic and proper pro- 18 bass: Tuesday. Roy and My father, grandfather.! Hubert on June 8, 1902, and had livedin legislative session.

The Keystone Heights Wom Mrs. John Sweger, treasurer your reporter had to take a gramming of this committee is Mr. cone caught 9 nice bass Uncle Alfred Hudson for the Keystone Heights area He said that the substitute bill
several He
an's Club will sponsor a dessert Nominations were msde from "holiday In bed" fighting the" thoroughly worked out to the 'Wednesday, then Thursday' Buddy Ellis and Earl Gibbs of veteran of World years.Wars was I and a will now be placed on the House

card party at the clubhouse : the floor for Mrs. Robert Ek- "flu bug, or what have you advantage of both the candidateand Roy and George Zellner came Gainesville took Grandpa's n, and a member 'of the Catho- calendar, under sponsorship of
on Friday. May I, at lund president: Hubert Wh'te. Next week she hopes to give youa the Community Church. In with 17 bass. Saturday; Roy camper out for the weekendto lic Church and the Peach Officers Rep. Ralph Tyre, of Lake City; ,
12:30: p.m. Additional! Information vice-president; and Mrs. Robert complete report on the two Rev. Frank Thompson of Jack- and Jim Yslng+ and con caught try It out and do some fish Association He had beena and that a hearing on a companion -
main events of the Homemakers In the 13 bass the largest weighing ing. They caught IS nice bass held
concerning the party will Crosier: secretary All sonville was back pulpitto one constable In Clay County; for Senate bill will be
:be given at a later tfite.! Hostesses members included on the nominating Council Tour of the Horticultural the pleasure of both the young 8 lbs., and BUDdahe! : and And enjoyed the camper very several years and also oper- soon by the Senate Committee on
for this event will Include committee slate reelected Complex at Raiford State folk as well as adult members.He Dick Rentsch and James Bol- much. Now I have to try it ated a bookkeeping service. Natural Resources. The Senate

Mrs. N. Stttchberry.' Mrs. to off'ce': when ballot Prison, and the monthly Key-15 has been an inspiring sub- lea caught 6 nice ones, out Surviving is his wife, Louise bill Is sponsored by Sen. Dick
Club of April .
stone meeting months and has
stitute for Stone of Miami.
P. Fraher Mrs. M. Wilcox: counts were taken. Following the business of the Ms Tlllman Dermody, Lake Geneva,
been instrumental through Baker also expressed appri-
Mrs. A. Nelson and Mrs. R. The members voted, to appropriate three daughters, Mrs. FrederickP.
L. Walker. funds to purchase"blackout" meeting, the public was service, to bring new members Betty; Duncan or Joyce Rowe a few slides taken In other coun Tahey. Fort Davis, Canal clation to Rep. Gene Shaw, who
< enlov a demonstration of Into the Church Family. If you have any articles we can tries. Zone' Mrs. Lawrence P. O'Brien spoke for the bill on several
SYMPOSIUMA curtains for 1MrtI.Oornto'.s -
cheese, by a Jacksonville repre
use.There On display were three paint- t Charleston. S.C., and Mrs. occasions.KEYSTONE.
one-day conference sponsored first-grade' class
sentative. PERSONALSIn will be a day camp at ings painted by MaJ. Gen. Hollis
by the Women's Caucus, room. It 'was' air decided that Marion Tucker, Abbeville. S.C.;
However, Mrs. Ernest Tomes behalf of the officers and Camp Kateri for all Girl ScoutsIn of two old churches and the
a affiliated ''With the the local PTA would send two\ 4-H and one brother Harry Dermody,
croup o Keystone Heights leader members of the FellowshlpClub, this area on June 15. For fur- Houses of Parliament Miami.
University ef Florida, will beheld delegates to the Florida Federation has submitted a fine summaryof sympathy Is extended to Mrs. ther Information contact the Girl It was announced that the Wo- Funeral
Friday evening 1n the Convention ''Which will! the activities of the local of It services were held
Arnold Larson and family Scout office in Gainesville. man's Club will cater a lunch- it 10
In Williams
University Woman's club. An be held in Tampa during the 4-H Club girls As the Home- Lake Geneva in the passing of Is hoped that Girl Scouts from eon in late May for the Garden Catholic a.m. Monday Church Keystone St.

Informal reception will follow last week of May. The two makers Council and local clubs her mother, Mrs. Nan Hopkins, this area will be better represented Clubs of the Lakes.It Heights, with FatherEdward Kirby -
the conference 'It t 8 p.m. delegates who will be selected 'rfce-presidents are the official who was a member of the Club than they have in the was also announced that Mrs. officiating Interment was In HEIGHTS
Caroline Bird and Katherln from the newly-elected officers leader of all 4-H Clubs, Key- before her Illness prevented her past. Albert Bachmann, the Incoming the Orange Heights Cemetery
East win be the featured will be given $45 each for stone 4-H Club won high honorsas from being active. If you have children that will president, will attend the state under direction of DeWitt C.
speakers according t0 MM. expenses this report will Indicate.Miss Word has been received that be kindergarten age next year convention of the Florida Feder- Jones Funeral Home The Rosary -
Henry Schuber pebllcitychairy Cheryl Tomes, who was second Charles King of Twin Lakes suffered and have not filled out the forms ation of Women's Clubs In Sara- was recited at the Jones DIRECTORYBEAUTY
man for the local club. M'-m. (Continued on Next Pace) place winner In the Clay County a hip fracture in his home that were sent out last week, sota. Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
Dress review of March 21, had and is a patient In the V.A. please do so. Contact Melrose Hostesses were Mrs S.P.
the pleasure of joining with other Hospital in Gainesville. "Char- Elementary If you did not receive Sashoff, Mrs. H.B. McCracken, SHOP
4-H winners to go under the lie" to his many friends Is a a form Mrs. W.F. Wilson, and Mrs.
=. leadership! of Mrs. Myron Pre- Veteran of the SpanishAmericanWar There will be no school at P.L. Balngridge. Roses were Albert Bachmann, president;
vatt, Jr., Clay County; Exten- and celebrated Ms 95th Melrose Elementary Friday, Ap- used as the floral decorations.The Mrs Ed Longnecker 1st vice- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
sion Home Economist, to Jacksonville birthday at Christmas time Nell ril 24. This is planning day for next meeting will be helda president; Mrs. John Strawn, 2nd
on April 10. There the Ms good wife, will appreciate: the teachers and a day off for week early April 28, and vice-president; Mrs Lee Hel- SHOPEDITH
winners, Cheryl, Barbara Tucker hearing from friends as she is students will be the final meeting for ton, Recording secretary; Mrs.
Your 1st place winner of Green the ears of her husband.MELROSE. The fifth grade class at Mel- the season. At this time, new James Lackey, Corresponding JOHNSON Owner '
Cove and Wanda Holmes secretary and Mrs. John J. Personal and Creative Hair Styl.
Springs, rose Elementary School had an officers will be installed with ;
3rd place winner, taped a show artical published in School Food Mrs. Koonce as Installing officer Brannon, Treasurer.1tATROLL taf Every Form ef Beauty

modeling garments they tad) in Florida, the journal of the She Is from Eustis and is Culture Tue-Sal. 9-5; closed
Valuables e made The taped show was Florida School Food Service Association the State Historian of the Flori- ENVELOPES. Monday
viewed on April 15 on Channel The feature article
da Federation of Woman's Clubs. Bradford County Telegraph.
4, on the Farm and Home show By Joyce RoweflflflSSSSSrflSSflflflt showed pictures with captionsthat NURSERY
The new officers will be: Mrs. Fh '".IIOS.
program. A tour of the TV station told what the fifth gradersdid

was thoroughly enjoyed by for the nutrition program in
Safe ? the honored 4-Hers. Mr and Mrs. Ball Lyons of tiielr school. O.C. Carries Nursery
The 4-H Clubs are ever act- Bennlngton Vt. spent a few days The Melrose Action Committeewill
ive and on April 16 the club with Mr and Mrs E.H. Bartlett meet Tuesday, April 28. At FREE MOTH-PROOFING Thousands of plants
members joined with their mothers They were enroute homeafter this meeting the formation of a Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
and Mrs. Prevatt when spending the winter in Miami. Day Care Center In Melrose
several exhibits of their workIn Our sympathy to the familyof will be discussed. Those Interested Evergreens
-- food, clothing and other projects George W, Harse, Jr. who In the program are wel- & Camellias & Azaleas
were exhibited, and com- died April IS In Alachua Gen- come to attend.DUPLICATE > MOST ALL IN CANS
pleted an Interesting and edu- eral Hospital. He Is survivedby PLANT ANY TIME

cational day with the prepara- Ms widow, Mrs Dorothy BRIDGE Sanitone Beautiful Roses -
tion and serving of a barbecue Harse, a daughter and two sons, Duplicate Bridge winners last LandaeapinaoPhone
dinner. Everyone enjoying water a sister, and eight grandchildren week were: Mrs. A.V. Bannister
programs, as boating and traveling and Mrs. C.W. Hardy, Mrs. Certified MasttrVryclcancr 659.2165
with car, should check with Mr. and Mrs J.H. Ritch and Emery Cooper and Mrs. Betty;
the 4-H girls and purchase safety granddaughter, are vacationingIn Meirick, tied for 1st place; Mrs. 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on
; flares from them. The pro- Texas. While there, they will Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- Hwy., 100 at FlorahomeS.
They will be in an economical fits will go to the Clay County; attend the Women's Society of yer, 2nd place; Mrs Bob Clare ALTERNATIONS
4-H Council In Green Cove Christian Service Assembly in and Mrs.Steve Sashoff.3rd place;
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX at Springs. Please call any 4-H Houstone. Last week Dee Dee Mrs. John Strawn and Miss Zoe E. McKAY.: REALTOR
member! or 473-4689. won a spelling contest at In- Terry, 4th place. PICKUP and DELIVERY
Senior' Member Sickly ef

BAKED HAM DINNER\. terlachen Don't forget Elementary.about the sprayer WOMAN'S CLUB MONDAY and THURSDAY Residential Appnsten

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Don't miss the delicious Home demonstration at the Bartlett Major Genre and Mrs. Robert We Help Yu Finance
Cooked Ham Dinner at the Masonic Groves on SR 22 South of Mel- Hollls were guest speakers at Trailer lots *3M.-U

Keystone Heights, Fl*. Hall on April 25 at 6 p.m. rose Thursday, April 10 the regular semi-monthly meet- NEW METHOD CLEANERSPhone Tim Beat In Llw Front
P.D.I.C. The Estrelllta members are preparing a.m. ing of the Melrose Woman's Club. Home, Acre****, Rental

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly a fine menu of baked Also don't forget to donate They told of their trip to Europe Starke 964-5704 Mrs. Melba Dren, AMOcUJ
ham, green beans, scallopedpotatoes Items you no longer want to the recently and showed slides they Keystone Office fO-UU
Community. cole slaw, rolls, apple Melrose PTA for use in the had taken. The talk was con- Hom"4734740 473-4SU
pie and coffee. Donations are Spring Carnival Please call I centrated mostly on England witt
$1.75 for adults and $1.25 for 15

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[From Proceeding l'84reJ By; : Michael n. Chltty
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Ilghty area Shrtners: Mvs. .- Lake Stephenaon., at her home en National Sewing CLASSIFIED AD RATES

and their meats particl- Geneva. BRADFORD FOR SALE
fellow Indian Beach- Machine Co.
;ed In the Third Annual Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer Ites how about that beautiful Minimum! Charge __' 1.73 ,
'were in Ft. Lauderdale last
y County Shr'ner's: Tourma- weather we had last week? Was Largest selections from which (Covers: 13: words)
nt at the Keystone OolfA weekend for a: visit with Mrs. : Pfaff. Necchi Nelco,
n't It great? I'd just love to to choose. LUMBERSALE
Country Club last SaturST. Dwyer's brother and family know how many bathing suits New Home & Universal. Each word over 15-70 USED

This was an 18-hote tourment ''Who are vacationing: in Flor were dragged out of storage last Owned & Operated By, This Ad Worth 33.00 On Any SOc Extra Charge If not

with trophies oBwared:! ida.Mrs. week. It won't be long till there'llbe Purchase or Repairs paid In advanceCLASSIFIED
artely for the ladles and Gay :Livingston and heads bobbling in FRIJAY- ATUnDAY ONLY
: so many DON NEWMANS\ and 611 W. University Ave. 378-1353
!n In competition. The Cal- Mrs. R. F. howell were in our lake that It'll look like lily- DISPLAY
iA7 System was used! In de- South Florida for a visit with pads floatln' In a pond. You can MICHAEL DOBBS. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned< $1.50 Per Inch Now Wrecking Parks Residence and Brooker

mining individual:!: winners family and friends! over the bet you'll start having lots of oiled and adjusted In your / School Overstocked Must Move At Once-

following the tournament weekend.Mr. company. All those dear friends INSTALLATIONREPAIRING !home, 300. Vacuum cleaner Memorials Resolution Real Bargains
rUdpants and their guests and Mrs. Robert W. and relatives (whom you may see repairs also. All work guarantee Proclamations, etc -7c word

toyed a soc'al hour and 'bar- Kiid: of Jacksonville. 'Were once' all winter If the specs DRAIN CLEANOUTAND Dennis E. Coggins Phone CARDS OF THANKS SHEETING FLOORING TRIMMING
cued chicken dinner with weekend guests ic f Mr. ant:!. are biting real good), suddernlyjust 431-1428 tfchar
PUMPING 50 words __. ,
Mrs. Walter Grollck of to often or less 3.00
the trimmings. Trophies. Key can't seem see you
natect! by merchants and, stone. On Sunday, the two couples enough. I've always said, Experienced Cook -
rlners of Clay County, were enjoyed a visit with (Mr. "If you want to know your true Phone 964-6647 ary, ,apply in person at Longhorn -.
eaented t to/ the 'winning parti- and Mrs. Tom Hutson of friends, that you can count on, Restaurant. 301 South. Sewing {Machines New and 1 Mile North Starke on 301

rants. "The Melody Boys," Gainesville. Mrs. Grollck and: just remeber who visits you in Starke, Fla. tfchg used.: Several brands, to choose Phone 964-5181
Mrs. Hutson are Mr. Kldd's the Winter. Well, now, beforeI
Jacksonville's : from. $15 Dennis E.
) Morocco make too enemies, let's FOR RENT: TV sets, baby up. Cos-'
mpe, provided: live music sisters. many amplifiers. gins Ph. 431-1420 :3tchg:: 4-23
elee. guitars,
beds. -
O. J. Murrhee: expected look at the news. .
r the evening dawee which :hcme Wednesday night, my brother refrigerators: day or week. DAHMER'3. SUPER
maxej: the day's activities. this week following a JIMMY MOORE'S tt-chg STICK Vinyl Plastic I
recent Wayne came out with some 9617923. Letters, all sizes. colors. Permanent
hospital stay in Jack.
(tx cal
> winners
,lea Included, Vesta A'ken, sonville. Glad! to( report that friends Yvess Hunt of Gainesville MEN WANTEDworkers. Laundry for use on wood, glass, CARL BEGGS relanut Toxoid
10 received he is .feeling much better. Geraldine Yoho, and Melo- Kitchen aids, labor plastic paper, metal, leather.
three trophies; lot Lamprecht of Keystone. Our MOORE BOAT FOR Gulf ServiceUSED ;Sleeping Sickness
I IBradford
Larry Turknett, of Mr. watchman County
r net longest putt on No.. 9 son ole friend Yvess has just sadly YOUR MONEY ers, cottage parents Telegraph. PARTS )l temper HepatitisLepto
and M
een, and tIed=! position\ with RoyTurknett, and parted company with his Uncle cooks and clerks ground- :?:omblotlc

:.:al 1 golfer Fran Chesstrston; his. cousin Miss Barbara Farris Sam after three years of "Fun'n Starko! Ph. 961-5791 keeper truck driver. Five" FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom Top Prices for Wrecked Car \NDREWS DRUGS
]low daughter of Mr. and Mrs. week eight hour day.
gross. PhTllls; ] Hussey Frolics" "Right Yvess? day ,
trailer outside city limits.J. 2 1 Hour Wrecker Service
Keystone Heightswas! Ray Fan-is, returned; home Otis Melton and I Outboard & Ctate retirement vacation.
re- Friday night, Compli B. White. 961.6114. tfchg
gnized for second tow net. 'last weekend following aweek's had a great time having fellowship S
local golfer Don Shadkleford .stay in TallahasseeWhere with some real Christian Complete Fiher- apply in person Personnel Lawn Mowers-we service whatwe Used Cars room, living room, dining!

.d tor second law :net and'' they served as a page- Young People at our Youth Hall Manager.. Sunland TrainIng sell. Starling Farms Supply Hwy. 301) N. Waldo room, kitchen tile bath,Florida -
Ird low gross. Jim Wharton messenger> respectivly. In, the at Hampton Baptist Church. J,, s Repair Custom- Center, Gainesville. Fla. 225 W. Ardrews St. tfchg :room, garage. 2 fish pools
celved a trophy :for having legislature. Larry was appointed Sunday afternoon my grandmother '< laiilt {' cmlass Fishing An equal opportunity employer. : shrubbery, lovely trees, large

a closest tee shot to the pin to his! po.sltlonbY'! Senator. Copeland, Mother and( I J'o.-n: : Southern Marine pecan trees, 8 ft. by 15 ft.
No. 2 green. John, E. Matthews and Barbara I went In to Stirla! to visit \rr.h. cement brick wading pool or
was appointed by Sen. my grandparent, t I''i ', I intl r..mu1Ian,. Moved To Gainesvillq WATSON'SHouse
; sand box, oil burner air condition -
IBLE CLUB Verle Pope. '. Palma Chitly MY !i''J t 1' >''-IPCI-(,\ SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic New
NameGainesville 8-10 o'-
: Call
The New Life Bible Club oleyson Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bach- mother, Mrs, K.M.!! C CLlll,", Mai- jRl. .rJ 1liflNllhIllIMARY: : Letters & Numbers for Interior of Vacuum
Cash $12-
clock only 964-7582.
Heights. will have Its mann were in St. Petersburg lie and OU of H nifawerc; and exterior use. All sizes: co MarineLYNN
st msetlng for the 1969-70 last weekend1 where Mrs. there and Uncle !ltouillll1) and lors. Bradford County( Tele- Many brands of :new vacuum 500. arrange own financing.

;ademic BchMl year on Tues- :Bachmann attended the State Aunt Gertrude Chitts
ly, April 28, at 3:30: pjn Federation' of Women's Club sony!)le. Mother and Grand- Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats $10 Expert Repairs: aU makes. FOR RENT 3 bedroom un-

arents of children partlcipat.g ..-- Convention. : mother took Greatgrandmotherand PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to Marine Supplies Parts and Accessories for all furnished house $65 month.

In this program are re- Miss Christine Brckas. accompanied daughters to Gainesville to $625. Take the drudgery out 1030 E. University Ave. vacuums. Built in Central vac West t Madison St. Call 964-5213.
ilnded to( mark this date on by her 'parents, Mr. Aunt Corine Hudson's and also CARTER ot paper work.-Bradford County Oalnesvllle uum cleaning systems. 712 N. tfchg

ieir calendars. The group will and Mrs. Alex Brokas participated !- visited the Roy Crenshaws while Telegraph tfNOW Main. Gainesville 376-7110

jsume meeting, November. in the Girls !State they were there. FOR SALE-City lot 110 x 110' FOR RENT 2 bedroom< un-
he official date 'will foe re- Golf Tournament heLJi!! in Win- Tinki and Pat lllmon and< IN STOCK Construction $250.000 down payment $35 mo. f"rnfstvd house. Gardner St.
: In 'the rain-
All colors
ased prior to the first meet- ter Haven' Thursday and Friday daughters of Tampa spent the PAINTS Paper. Phone 964-6610. tfchg .'5S 0 i\nnHi Call 064-5213 tfchg

County Tele- Smith Plumbingand
weekend at Pete and Joyce Bar
rg for the nw\ academic.! April
Congratulations ton's while Joyce Barton and graph. tf FOR S'VLE' -Seafood Market,
ear.Misses to Christine for her fine her sister Mae Watterson of :322 N.
and Supply Mlv eonlned.\ Temple
Thompson efforts In NEW ITEMS FOR RENT: Unfurnished house
the representing Key. Starke, attended the Florida State Ave. (TOO: 10 ft. H'll.'! refrigerated -
Bell Instructors furnished SEARSHas
nn stone High School: in this in country. Also
Bowling Tournament in Tampa.Mrs. :! ease, automatic Ice
rogram felt that special re- tournament. Christine who apartments In Starke.: -W. H.
/ Raiford Road
C.W. Johnson of St.
'raker. 7so lb. capacity per
should !be given to Unpainted Furniture
was the youngest contestantin Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.ItfchlJ
Joe visited her sisters Mrs. Everthing Phone 961-6023
students who worked diligently rfav: 1 set GlobeSlmpsorteal !(
the tournament, !was quite Daryl Harrows and Mrs. Kim- (CV-SZ, ,50 .
\ during the past year Wood Graining Kit FAYE'S FABRICS First: quality i graduation) :
successful for
a brough and families last week.
3 earn a free trip to the Day- competitor dress, drapery, upholstery. STARKE Contracting and RepairsPlumblnl' KWtrle. adding machine, cash,7lqtfI
Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Shawver
chenille bedspreads "- < tcpe' d'sppnser, clean-
tally Camp which will be K-SO Paint Remover material. Notions Fixtures
Mrs. John Martin, the for- spent a few days with Mr. and :
.eld In Polk' City this sum- tapestries. Also seconds Phone: In" eaulnnwnt etc. 4-8l81
mer Norma Valldejull. is doing ; Mrs. D.W. Carpenter last week. ,961-6848 Water Heaters '
BankAmerl- "ft-m 6 Jacksonville 781-
en1. pm.
ner. Recipients include Oeo- her Internship this quarter Mark and Greg Reddish, sons 102 EAST BROWNLEE ) mill Water Pumps
ge and Terri Mclaughlin, at St.Augustine D. and B. ,of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Kcddish card ,and Master Charge. Open 0124 Itp

rerri Dyal, Terri Bailey and School. Mrs.Martin is a 'special of Starke, visited their grand- STR EETiww Monday. 10-7; Tues. throughSat. WANTED Part-time cocktail
;Sandy Adams. George ana! Ter1 education:! 'major at FSU parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter .. 9-7; Sunday 16. Hwy. 301 'r.'OR ,SALE Corner' city lot "-nih".q''' *>nrt d bartender. Ap-
qiialltled I'-' ml north of Waldo. tfehg 110' x 110" terms. Ready for '
Mclaughlin also in Tallahassee\ working in last Saturday. mobile FOR RENT Unfurnished 6 n'v 'n PP"R" nt B"b'!>y's H'de-
or a free week of Bummer the area of remedial learnings. Lt. Col.). and Mrs. Foster, of _. Large Masonry Home 6610. home or house. 964- room house, 4 mites north of a-w.'l' in W11 Mo. o* call 9fi4T -

:amp at Polk C'ty.' During her internship: program ) Mississippi, are spending their WUIBERLY'S Railroad, Salvage on SR-T6-A KlngMcy< Lake tfch? Starke on Raiford Road 16. >/Ktt 2tehg 4-30
HERE 'N THERE Mrs. Martin is living lit vacation in the Lake Cottage. Groceries Swimming Pool -FOR SALE 'Nice old home 964-7155, Rodman Underhill.lip! .
Keystone was well representd St. Augustine. durIng week owned by Robert and Jackie Lanier Fabrics, FOR SAL"-t' dcrei all clear.ed1 -
the Clothing, Shoes, Fuinltuie Extra Large Lot completely refinished. Paneled -
at the Annual Osdar!! Key and joins her husband 'and working on their own lake : 9 bedroom( h"uae.! Phone
John Tools. Plenty: Bar;sails: I 7434 Must Sell For Health Reasons new ceiling, all large
\rt Show last Saturday. Local at his parent's: home on week- lot.Jack Blaudlng Blvd., Jacksonville BILL POWELL. BROKER rooms. New central heat and FOR SALE-Used 21 inch Admiral w-o-m, :3to 5-7
'esidsnts whs enjoyed:)' the In- ends and Lou Miller sprntSun: :color TV for sale at ,
Jinn, who is the /son of tfchff %1-BIHt 9B468JODID air.' New well and pump. New Pri1! er.P4' lot QtI"fiiviSon'rft' !
day Tampa visiting Mr. and
:cresting displays and perfect Mr. and 'Mrs. E. T. Martin, Mrs. Harold Jones, and visited sewage system. Only $9,500.00. $265.00 Dahmers Discount .t-.....q. c1" ll"ht. WAte-
weather included: Col. and will enroll at St. Johns River YOU KNOW it's easy to % mile from Staikc. 964-5R06. House. Itchg ..
f ro fqri'l'Hpq,
Jack's favorite uncle Chester ( W'te P.
\Virs. E. Tlmmlna. Mrs. A. Wil- Jr. ,College for the'summer BARRETT own a Longchamp Home? .
Itims, Mrs. K. Llpe' ", t*. IM*.. E. session next month. Jones.who was in the Hospital. Better built for Florida living FOR SALE -Boat, motor and; O Ww "57 or call 464-6100.!

'tlmmons, Mess Patty Drew, Miss Llr.a'Lee,:! Anthony They. Mr.went and to Mrs.see Jerald Lou's Iiyal cousins Water Conditioning Your plans or ours. Your( EUNICE NURSERY trailer $300. M. R. Judd, 127 _Ichun

'Mas Lynn Morgan( Mrs.' Heny daughter Mr. and .Mrs.: A. E. and family. > lot or ours. Contact Buford Geraniums, Begonia, Blue ,berries Lafayette. Phone 964-5951. ft. b"at 50( ho. mnttl ''''. haavrrTuttp

Schuber and Mrs. :Free- (Bud) Anthony. is also participating Raymond and Gladys Milphurs and Pump Co. Mtchell: phone 964-6853. P. O. fruit treu! grape vines. Itchg "" "I''.''. 00 CMWnM r.t'h, _

nont) ) Tolles. : in the same! Intern- of Jacksonville were down from Box 2:18: Stnrfcp tfchg All container grown. 2 mi. n_ u.t".. \ 'nr1c:. ItTw 1

Glad to see that Ray Crab-\ ship program at Augustine.. Tuesday till Thursday and 130 north ,of Lawtey on HI way 301, DRIVER NEEDED ,
'ree Is now at home !following: Miss An.thony.and Mrs Mar brought Raymond's mother, Mrs. Court Street FOR SALE789 front feet on turn at sign. Phone 782-3465. Train now to drive semi 'r'.m' << 'TT:;: OKA 3-
'-. the Phone Hlway 230, 1 ml. cast, 5 1-3 .--.44 ,,',.n. v th broke to
18 recer.t star af; V. A. tin will graduate in June. Keller, and her granddaughter, 961-5832 'tfchg truck, local and over the
Barna'n' price is takenat .1 I".. .... .. .
: In Gainesville. acres. n. -t. ft w ttnff. Trli -
Hospital ,Alton Delate, poultry producer Linda, with them. Linda really road. You can earn over $"00
.Sympathy is extended to and owner of Pine Air' enjoyed fishing from the dock, STARITEWater once. Phone 964-6128 after BUYING SILVER COINS per hour, after short training.For n ""11 '" Sh'rwoocl. !P64-

I Irs. Arnold: Larson nl family Farms' near Keystone Heights: and caught a passle of bieam. 6 pm. 2tchg 4-23 1964 or older any condition. Interview and appllca'lon a7,**, It chg

over the loss of Mrs. Arn was the recipient, of one 'of Jimmy Weber, son of Mr. and Conditioners FOR SALE12' x 60' mobile Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 60c. call 904-388-4607: cr write Safe- 1i'(''\q p"1' """..n'shed 2

old's mother Mrs. Catherine the two Merit Awards presented Mrs. James, Robblns, left for and Pumps home, 1967 Model. Call B647B19. Quarters SOc. Dimes 12c.:! Cur- ty Dept., Nat'onwlde' Svst, 'ms. "_."-n", "nll p ,
Hopkins, who passed away at the Gamma Sigma Delta Monterey, Calif. Tuesday, where Sales and Rentals 2tp 4-23 rent Market Price For rare Inc. care of Mercury\ Motor ct 'a'.... '"'IOr..,"f'on' call 964-
l\st: Thursday morning following Society- banquet in Gainesville lie will be stationed in the V,S. dates: & oVer coins. We Buy, Express Term.' Bid?., 1718 Me- 4rtn" .

a recent lllne'. M-s. H'p- Thursday evenlni.'ApriL 16. Navy. Gary Robblns, the younger Repair Department) PUMPS Sell or trade coins Bullingtons Duff Avenue N., Jacksonville It

1 Trailer Park. Lamar Johnson of Lawtey won NEW AND USED ..
Ger-sva leaders ,who were active' < kr i nn "*9\ paint sPAyed 8
Keystonera regretted: to l learn participants and. processors 'In' first place in the Trouble ShootIng SALES-PARTS.SERVICE On Homes WANTED and LISTINGS Buyers FOR RENT-Clean' 2 bdrnomMobile / vr' />'oO Siamese: cnt 'In vicinity

that Willlm J. ((81111) De-modY' FloiIda's: annual 'four' billion (Automotive Mechlnics, ) Con- Experienced \Valttf P*svant\ Peep '& Shallow Wells Acreage Home. Phone 34-74')8< .) n' '101E"'It (P1]1 St. PlPase
.test,: held at Florida \ ,I w: !Min Waiting Strout Realty, Reg
of Lake Geneva pcs'sd eil-Gooj '
8w yin dollar' gilm v. Apply In Water Softeners Itch
agribusiness pragrim. per- & Filters Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. "n no questions! asked.
Tallahassee, the weekend
GMnesv'.ll Fr'day.'! April over fon at Loiishoni tau'rant.
on SelL Ke
Jerry Thomas, banter Hohg
Expert Service On !
'Hicy will go on to Indianapolis pi, %t RRH9 Strarlre. Fla.!
17 extended ill 301 S 'uth.
following an and investment executive from ;: tfchsr
Services held at ; ; Ind.: for the National Contest All 'MakesPlumblnl& CHILD CARE in mv home' '17017; ) !cs' 4 1,1:'.-1 heifer
were ,
ness. : Riviera a.-.oIiIr.. .
Beach was also pte- June .V"T- FILAMENT Strapping T pe.
15. SenlePhone
Cathilic! Church Keystone Heights 473-4978. mill] 'r cow fi calfs Call 964-
St. Wlll'am's sented with a Merit Award. and %" x CO yards. $2.50 Slnitfe: .
'at 10 am. Mordiv.. Prior.tohis Quincy Gardner, auto mechanics Mechanics good luck!" to these fine young NEW HOMEON 9617061DURRANCE volT. Bradford. County Tele- 2tp 4-30) MTJ:J D L, Kite, lip

IJ1n ss. Mr. Drmody( ; had .Instructor. at the Bra- Mrs elma Lynes and daughter YOUR LOT PUMP graph. U
served In official caonc't'ej: : In fOrd-Union AND SUPPLY CO. -
'Area VocatlsmlTechnfcal -
: of Gainesville; visited Mrs. NO _.__Jt
county and law enforcement Center, and who realties Jo Strandberg last Sunday.Mr. PAYMENT; '

agencies. on East: 'Lakevisw .Drive, and Mrs. James Kinchen AS LOW AS $;;6.00 INSURANCEAT iller' Brown
Mr. and: Mrs Gene Head- and is REDUCED RATES ,
pleased 'WIth Students and family, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. PER :MONTH\
family! of Augusta. G.\.. wreweekend '. Gary Webber, 'of Mslrose. a1d'Lamar Johns and family, and Mr. and AUTO. FIRE. BOAT

guests cf Mr. and Johnson cf Lawtsy\ Mrs. J.D. Carlton and daughterwere FIIA INSPECTED DOYLE C. CONNER

:::\rrs. Charlie Head of' ,Little who took. first place 'honors in all down at their lake homes HOUSING ACT 235 INSURANCE AGENCYtcti (fJjVolkswagen .

Lake Keystone Gene 'and the '1970 Plym'uth''J'ru"le; over; the weekend, enjoying the nUII..TINAPPLlA1'CES (
Charlieare b" lhel's. You'll
: Shooting Contest held!! on the beautiful weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Everptt Fox, state level in Tallhassse. last Weekend guests of !Mrs. II.T. CENTRAL HEAT BAIRD I
Mr. and Mrs. Chail'e! Head. weekend. Smith included: Mr. and Mrs.
and Mr. and M-!. Gna, 'Head Winning on the state' level X.M. Smith and family of Starke, David & Mary Lou Mobile\ Homes Sales New it. Service t'sed 1..0). amazed

were in Clearwater! on Saturday entitles' Gary, an Lamar; :an! Mr.: and Mrs. William S. Muri' NEW and USED
and Sunday' theY'enjoyed and of Jacksonville Mr. BLACK "
where Instructor Gardner.? an. 911ecperue'Jaid ray son 8-10-12 WideGalnenvllle 1 MI. North of The Mall
a weekend of Rolf Ing. trip t) Indianapolis and Mrs.; Keith Cheshire and PHONE 96171694tp GAINESVILLEVICTOR
Mr, and :Mrs. Lee St phen- where thev win compote Johnny.Cox and wife of Gaines at the.

ten, of Greensboro. N. C., returned -' en' the national 'level June. 15- ville., !Mrs. Smith's grandson, 5-14 Good Quality
Michael, of :Mr. and Mrs. -. .
: horns Sunday after a 17. Congratulat'ons!'' are extended --- Reasonably Priced

visit with Lee's slster-ln-law: to Gardner and:! his ,students X.M. Smith of Starke, married Gainesville 378-2785 ELECTRIC TALLY-

Mrs. Les Stephenson of' Lake for the state victory Miss Baptist Janis Church Parker in in Gainesville.the First George E. LaRue Serviced Guaranteed and ,. MASTER Add Machines, with

Geneva.Mr. and .the best of luck Is off'-sd: "Congratulations to :Mike and Delivered In Starke Area subtraction. SPECIAL. this
and Mrs. Fremont Toll 'to INSURANCE month only 6995. Ideal for
the team during the national .- Janis!" AGENCYAuto NO EXTRA COST
lea, Mr. and Mrs.: lIunt1-y Red- competition. home or light office work.
Russ 'and Jean Pierce of Fire Homeowner US 441
N. 4508 NW 13th
fearn, Sr. and Joe Petrock Bradford County Telegraph tf
Gainesville, and Russ' father of LIFE & Gainesville 318. 18S
local ,golfers, were in Ocala ; ACCIDENT
LEGAL FORMS. Brad- Decatur Ga.
were Saturday eve- REMINGTON CASH REGIS-
last weekend where the men ford' County Tele 'raph. Ph. ning, and supper guests of we Keystone Heights 473-4602 TER: 2-total electric. slightly
partIcipate' : in the 3-day Hen- .
ry Camp Invitational Golf Chittys. SERVICE Small appliancesat used. Cost new, $420. Save $100. BARGAINS 'YOU fIND'IN) THE
Starke Hardware Our sale price $320.-Bradford
Tournament.Mrs. -- (MEN WANTED Men cottage) Co. 108 E.
Leslie Oro Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchg County Telegraph tf
inn, cf Gain- age over 21. Starting

ejvills. hosted .a coffee in Talking Books Reach !pay S3.I9 month, promotion op. FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse FOR RENT- Furnished apart,

(honor of Mr. Ken Platt at poxtunltles! and regular increases ; 3 bedroom 1 bath. central ment. 4 rooms and bath. utilities -
her home on Thursday mornIng Growing AudienceThe In pay. 8 hour day. 5 heat & air-oondlttoning. Cor- furnished. Couple only-NO

April 16. Mrs. Platt and day week sick leave, vacations, Per lot Phone 964-5387. tfctg: Pets. Call 964-6852. tfchg iit 1 grap4
children wh) are presently Library of Congress program administered by the Division state retirement, If Interested
living in California! will be for the Blind and Physically Handicapped Washington, :Uleaje. apply In person Personnel POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Four Miles Out

joining hr hus-band: in June. D. C., uses 10,000 General Electric portable transistorized cas- Manager, Sunland Training Center withstand weather- 20c neb Ralfonl Road
Mr. Platt] a former reslfsnt sette recorders Gainesville Fla.: $2.23 doz. Special price on larger MODERN MASONRY HOME
tape to give
handicapped the
of Keystone, has been transferred nity to persons opportu- An equal opportunity employ- quantities. Bradford County: Large Living Room
the benefits
enjoy of talking books while
the local! DuPont travelingor er. Telegraph. Paneled "
f to Flint tf Family Room CLASSifiED ADSI '
in other
at Camo Standing. Wives of situations.A !Many, Many Extras :
I local DuPont staff membe-3 talking book costs on the average of $3.500 for an editionof WANTED: Used Wrlnser-W EXPERT CARPET Installatljn. Only $18,850 '

were invited to grpet Mrs. 700 copies while a press braille book costs about $800 for an er. Will pay cash or take in Call 964-7389 after 6 p.m. BILL POWELL BROKER "

Platt, who was in Gainesville! edition of 70 copies. Approximately 185,000 people are using trade on anything. DAHMER'S. tfchg _M4-64S4: 961-6819

for a short visit with her hus the program, with new readers being added at the rate of a 964-7923. tf-Cllg LARGE TRAILER
Lots foe- FOR SALE
'band. thousand a month. Ford Tractor

(Mr. and Mrs J. W, HogLn Robert Bray, Chief of the Division points: out, more users WILL BUY: Used. Appliances. Rent hade.-Hi Hsh! mites and south dry on, oak 301. Model Price 841$1,300.Gasoline.Santa Fe Selling Tractor -

cf Grcenvllls. S.C., arrived are sought as we are reaching only about 20 per cent of those Furniture. TV's. Stereos, any i'llono 964-6609: or 376-3543. nesvl1le Fla.
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Sunday for a week's visit with eligible! ttteg ct value DAHliEB'3: 9649937.Uohg 4801*

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