Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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March 4, 1971
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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No. 33 Thursday, March 4. 1971 COPY In Utility Rates


Hearing .or ,fro: ,

Board Sold .

Set ForMarch ,

On 71J (c\i

Disposal 16Due

to fuel prices that

System HereSold have nearly doubled in

f fti the past six months,

Starke residents face an

on a solid waste disposal system for county residents immenient 10 per cent a- ,a

if a way can be found to finance it, A Bradford cross the board increase -

Commission committee was named Monday to investigatehow in utility rates.A .

a system would function here.
public hearing is sched-

uled in two weeks, on Tues-
Commissioners Ralph Bryan $275 each.
and George Roberts were named Funds from the present mos day, March 16, at 7 p.m., in
by Chairman Dave Shuford to quito control and garbage cov- city hall to explain the rea-
Sanitarian Jack Tra- sons for the proposed Increase.
work with ering system could be usedto
Advertisements will also be
wlck on the system. If neces- the costs of the new
taken out In the newspaper and George Muggins receive first fair premium book dedicatedto
sary, Shuford said, the two program, said John A. Mul-
Y him from Fair Assoc
on the radio. President Frank Williams
r' iM d :
commissioners should to rcl
go renan, chief of the Bureau of rr'ti
Chilton County, Alabama to see Entomology In Jacksonville, Prices for natural gas used
first hand the pilot system Tra- told the board. That totals a- In the power plant to run five

wlck wants to pattern the system bout $13,000 per year. generators began to go up last

here after. Operating costs of such a This truck and towed car flipped on E. Call St. with 5 persons aboard. September given the according Council by to Clerk figures Huggins Day
Color slides of the Alabama
system would be $40,000 per Merrill Edwards. Gas prices
operation were shown to the
year, less the $15,000 In mos- have
gone up cents per
board Monday by Trawlck who quito control funds, leaving the therm from their September

has visited Chilton County and county to come up with $25- 2 level of 3.3 cents per therm, SetA FairWednesday
has for months been trying to INJURED AS VEHICLES FLIPGlen
get the Commission to move 000.There approximately now totaling nearly six cents
per therm, the clerk said.
ahead on a garbage systemall 4,200 homes In Bradford County -

agree Is needed to com- excepting those In the Cityof Wlllard Prevatt, 25, The pickup truck was tow- to roll. Power! plant expenditures for March 31, open- feature tile usual ribbon cutting
bat Bradford's growing solid Starke. If each of those Hampton, and Janet Marie Tho- ing a car when the two vehicles fuel for the first four months ing day of the 1971 Bradford ceremony to open the north

waste problem. residents, Including the townsof mas, 18, Starke, were seriously turned over. Two occupants Both vehicles left the road, of the current fiscal year total County; Fair and straw'jerry' Florida festival, the annual
"I'm sold myself," Chairman Lawtey, Brooker, and Hampton Injured Sunday night when of the car, Dianne Gall the truck coming to rest on $60,000. $92,000 was bud- Festival, had been dedicatedto Starke Rotary' Club I Ural-: ) r-
: Dave Shuford said Mon- paid $1 per month the the vehicle in which they were Williams and Steve Starling, its right! side and the car up- geted for gas purchases for veteran County Agent George ban Program with a chicken
day. The only thing that puzzles $40,000 could be raised, the traveling left the pavement and did not require hospitalization. side down. the power plant for the entire Muggins, who is retiring in the dinner served on the fair

him, he said Is how the commissioners figured Mon- rolled over.A According to the City; Police year.head The city; Is $25,000 a- near future. grounds, and an ipneaianic' 'ut
of Its
Prevatt was charged with fail spending scliedilo
Miss America of 1I7I! I, I"ml Hi,
be financed.Commissioner
system can Day" will
Department, Glen Prevatt was "George Huggtns
Commissioner George thrtd passenger In the pick- driving the Ford pickup west ing to maintain his vehicle under for gas for the plant with the George, sponsored by Italdwtn
Bryan termed Roberts Linda Dees 17 Starke control. heavy summer months when Chevrolet-Oldsmobile.
suggested asking power up, was SI
on -230 entering Starke while
the numberone electric usage will be at Its
garbage county's
companies serving Bradford treated and released at Brad-
problem Commissioner towing a 1970 Chevrolet. The Two accidents occurod on peak still to come. The fair premium book a-
now. residents to collect the gar- ford County hospital Road at the ( ham!>er
Zedra Hamilton said Brook- car's right front tire blew out, North Temple Avenue (US-301) vailable now
bage fee.. It will take lust about a 10 Commerce office at Wjlnat:
according to the :nveatigating'officer : Monday right In !the first, twocars of
"er residents are dumping garbage Such a method or simply an Prevatt and Miss Thomas cent Increase In over-all
Patrolman Joe SUvali, received! minor damage at per and Call Streets In starke, is
I In water now. Bryan urged Increase In ad valorem taxes were reported in satisfactory causing the car to turn over, utility rates to cover the increase also dedicated to the retiring
that board members go to Ala- have so far been the only means BCH which In turn caused the truck In fuel prices, the coun- Meet agent.. The program Is
bama and look at the Chilton condition at Tuesday. (Continued on Page Four) county ;
the commission has been ableto cil figured Tuesday night. dedicated to I lupins: :
County system. think of for financing the foi Ills Interest
However, an escalation clauseIs appreciation -
Basically the Chilton County garbage system.It expected to be written into and participation i.s ,in.

system, financed as a pilot was also brought out Mon- the price Increase so that u- Said officer In the Bradford I ountj

project with Federal funds, con day that the state will close 550 PetitionTo tility rates henceforth, will Fair Association fin he: past
sists of one 33-acre land fill down 5,000 garbage dumps in Sign go up or down with the flucta- 15 years.
seven miles from the nearest the near future. That could tIon In natural gas prices.A "Ile has been Insiiumental[ ,

town. Large containers are Include some in Bradford County motion Councilman Orle WasteTerming In preserving ,,icricultiiial:
placed about the county anda Chairman Shuford said. by Image of the Bndfoid < "nan>
Wiggins for the cent
specially equipped truck per Fair by ericour:irin: the exhibition -
makes rounds to empty them. Trawlck pointed out the sim- Increase died! Tuesday night ) of qwilltj liM-Htork.
it "a waste of time
The containers are lifted automatically ilarity In Chilton County, Ala. Keep PrincipalA without a second The motion going to Lake City when poultry and :igilcullui, il i,ru-
by the truck's load- and Bradford County. The Chll Included the escalation: clause know jou djn't have enough you ducts

ing apparatus. Unless garbage ton system serves 6,000 people Hut that doesn't mean %Wig money to do anything with," "Ills promotional efforts
overflows a container, thereIs In the county with 110 con- gins' fellow councilmen believean Chairman I>ave Shuford told have assisted "in me growu
no need for human: handsto tainers, Trawick said. The largest Increase Is avoidable. Instead fellow county commissioners of the Bradford ( ount I I"air
touch It In the loading stage. town, Clanton, picks up petition bearing 550 names tlon. of "several deficiencies In his they Indicated, the rea- :Monday he doesn't see Association which now has the
Its own garbage and hauls It and asking that Ralph Diggsbe It is his understanding that administration, and would meet sons for the Increase will be sense to attend a hearing any to reputation of having one of the
Such a system here, Trawlck to the county's 33-acre site. kept as principal of Brad- Diggs is up for reemploymentand with him prior to April I." explained before the rate hikeIs review the county's top rOllno1rcIIIIlIral/ I ,airs
envisions, would consist of two The Commission Indicated it ford High School was presented for continuing contract status Further than this, Casey said Imposed.A road funds. ; secondary in !the Mate of Florida.
dump sites at each end of the the and it Is also his under- U
Invite Starketo Tuesday to Bradford School he had not determined Diggs "11(* has served thessocia-
would the City of
county. It would take $95,000to Board by a 12-memher delega- standing that the County Superintendent should be recommended to the discussion of the financial County officials from 16 counties tion diligently! as It progressedfrom
haul to Its land fills, other-
set a system of containers Tom Casey Is not (board or not. situation was initiated Tues- are scheduled for their temporary quarters to Its
up, purchase a truck, anda wise a new system of garbage .,, rru going to recommend Diggs' re- day night by Chairman !Neil annual funds report from !the present complexone of the
large bulldozer to bury and coverage would be less than 's. employment, Ben Moxley, Jr., Dlggs has been on annual Tucker retained earnings In Florida Department of Transportation finest in I lot"Id i.Announcement .
compress the garbage. efHc:lent. past president of the Bradford contract for the three years the t rtllity' System Revenue Fund I District> Two officials of the dedication -
High PTA and past presidentof he has been principal at BUS, are down '$20,000 and the lIe- this rlday. Bradford CountyIs
Mainstay of the new system the BUS... Quarterback Club, and would go on continuing con- newal and Hcpl.icernent fundIs scheduled for a hearing. at : was made of the to I ,Muggins III's
at a meeting -
would be the dally coverageof told the School Board. tract If approved by the Hoard dow.i $34,000 from Jan. I 8:30
: a.m. Board : afternoon
refuse, Trawlck said. lie this year. levels. City Clerk Merrill soclation Monday -
15 Cases
figures a truck would cost "We, the undersigned citizensof Rumors had been circulatingIn Edwards )pointed out these lev- Bradford's secondary road in th c (hamper office

$28,000, the bulldozer $38,000, Bradford County, urge the the county since early I Feb- els keep declining despite rogi funds will come to only $75,000 Obviously surprised, the county -
and the 100 containers needed Board of Public Instruction of anent( said the dedication

Solved said county to assert the authority (Confd On Pg. 4)) i Continued on PUKe Four) (Continued on Page Four) had been a well ke,>: secret
vested In It by law and, for once had few as"ads

and retain Ralph Diggs as Principal for the occasion \ccrn' to
of Bradford High School," express his appreciation to the,
8 Youths
states the petition. l' bo-jrd mcmliurs.
Special/ event of tIc, fair, I ri-
4 Moxley presented the petition, d'yprll 2, will be .1 talent
at backed 11 others of "
by some
ArrestedEight :
contest. Persons inteiestod In
whom In
spoke Diggs' favor.
Y entering/ can contac t I hard,
The BUS will be t1
principal entering !
lockel at Bradford M 1 ddle
his fourth at BUS
Juveniles, Including one year School, phone !)li1-liu'13.')
if he is rehired
a girl and a boy aged seven, r9ys \n annual hlKhl&tii: i.f the
have been apprehended by the Senator Charley Johns spokeon fair will )be the Mi inbeiiiUuicn
ThetuuulrrierWORLD; ; ( Bradford Sheriff's Departmentand behalf of Diggs, saying"overa Hcautj Pageant sot Sal-

string of 15 break-Ins and year ago, I checked, and urda.pril, 3, the final I di:
thefts solved. since Ralph Dlggs coming asprlnclp.11 of the fair, followed! bs= theStraw'jerrv
DAY Donna Bryan at BUS: he has cut : Ball at the ",turkedolf :
Duputy Sheriff Glen Moore down fifty percent on juvenile and (ounty C''lub.nother .
OF PRAYER and Starke Policeman Julian cases." \ ( big event 'WI! '1a 1\,
Green are the principal Investigators 2 More Mrs Jack F. McComb attested April 3, will be the .annual.
Friday, March 5 In clearing up the to Diggs' Christian char Horse frolics I sponsored in= the
crimes which go back to last acter; Clyde Hersey told of a Bradford Hoping: loub.
11:30: A. M. September. Two of the youths Enter recent disciplinary case he had r Season tickets to the fair

have been remanded Into the handled well; Julian McRae requested are currently! being sold at lIe
1st Presbyterian custody of their parents, Moore that If Dlggs was rejected Chamber' office for $2. \ few
said. Berry "a charge be broughtand dismay booths at the fair are
Church an open hearing be held." sail available.

The cases were broken start- Various dignitaries such as
Covered Dish Luncheon Ing Friday, February 19, when John Torode commended Tom U'.S. Rep 1 Don r uqua, ( om-
Officer Green worked on a tip PageantMisses Casey for the progress that missioner Agriculture 1.1o'le)
12:00: Noon and broke the first case Ques- has been made In the school -, ...' Conner, <*>v. Kcubln! skew, and
tioning the youngsters subse- system since Casey has been Lt. Guy Tom Adams have been
quently led to the implicationof Donna Marie Bryan, county superintendent of These two vehicles skidded into this Bradford school bus, no children aboard, invited to attend the fair.
Nursery Provided other Juveniles and eventually 17, and Yvonne M. Reed, 17, schools, said he felt the 550 on SR-100 Monday.

solved 15 cases on the books both Bradford High seniors, were "sincere signatures" and
Sponsored are the latest entries In the "since the public Is InvolvedIn Session
By of the city police and sheriff's Planning
1971 Strawberry Festival Beauty this, I would hope Mr. Ca-
deputies. Vehicles Skid Into Bus
Church Women United Pageant set April 3 duringthe sey and the Board would revIew For Cancer Fund

annual Bradford County Fair all reports on this. .
Starke, Fla. Goods stolen, some of which and Strawberry Festival analyze all this, and keep the A Bradford County school bus, at the railroad crossing, forcinga Metes The Carter vehicle was Miss Lillian Stump, county
have been recovered, totaled good of the county and the driven bv Dorothv A. Brown, pickup truck,driven by Thomas heavily damaged. chairman, and Mrs Louise
c-o..d approximately $434 In value, Miss Bryan, granddaughterof good of the kids in mind." was hit from behind Monday Carl Harper, to stop behind Kite treasurer, attended a
Moore said. They Included sev- Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Williams There were no serious injuries -
afternoon as it was stopped It. statewide kickoff for the 1971
The (Zummunitg'tutr eral firearms, a quantity of of Starke, Is secretary Gladys Thomas, Bradford Ed- at a railroad crossing on SB. but Carol Sheering, 16, American Cancer Society Fund
& Sank knives, two Ice picks and an of the Bradford FFA' Junior ucation Association president, 100, a mile south of Starke, A Ford Mustang!, driven by and Connie Creamer, 11, both Drive at the Causeway Inn In
AM-FM radio. Chapter. She was a 1970 foot- said she "knew personally that after unloading all Its students. Toya A. Carter, 17, then skidded occupants In the Mustang, received Tampa last Saturday.
ball sponsor and lists her hob- some people who signed this 45 feet and struck the scrapes and bruises.
Ar-r.- -.l UpTs bies as the piano and horses. do not know Mr. Diggs personally According to Trooper K.G. Harper vehicle from the rear. Bradford County has been assigned -

r.....0.-pae..1l erwa.e: Deputy Moore said he Is work- She wants to become a clerical or professionally" Etherldge of the Florida Highway The Harper vehicle was knockedon Miss Carter was charged with a quota of S3.634 in the
Ing on several more unsolvedB&E'a. Casey revealed that on Feb. Patrol, bus number 8, dri- Impact Into the bus, caus- failure to have her vehicle under fund drive, which will be con-
(Ccnfd! On Pg. 4) 18 he wrote Diggs telling him ven by Mrs. Brown,had stopped ing minor damage to the ve- control. ducted In April.

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Beta Sigma Phi Junior Club

.f.ff Rush Party Has Fashion Show --- GRAHAM[ I

Hawaiian ThemeGamma Next Thursday BY SHARLENE ELLINGTON

Theta Chapter of Be were weU. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rey- sicckk.
The Junior Woman's Club ylry
Sigma Phi sorority held their has been
nolds from Pembroke,Ga.were
annual Rush Party, Monday eve fashion show and spaghetti sup friends and relatives We wish to welcome Mr. and
ning, Feb. 22, at the home of per will be held Thursday, Mrs. Alfonso Talbt who have
In last week.
and near Graham
March II, from 6 to 8
Mrs. J.F. Dougherty Jr., In p.m. Forest come from New York to take
Accompanying them was -
In the club house. sl +' ;
Law residence here In Graham.
ley.Rushees up
Ctedyi Mootrt Phone 9647IOSSocfefy Reynolds.
The fashion show will begin
honored Mrs. Is visiting his
were: Levis Starling
of Miss Cathy
Overnight guest
Editor Harold Davis, Mrs.Wayne Don- around 6:30 with fashions from Lefevers last night was Mist mother, Mrs. Kate Starling of
f ohoo, Mrs. Charlie Flynn! Mrs. Carps. Eagle DeVane's, Leila's Kathy Bristol from BrookerIn Graham for a few days.

Allen Lewis, Mrs. Denny Smyth, and Stumps. Tickets can return,, Cathy spent Satur- Everyone Is happy to,know
-- and Mrs. Wayne Wynn. purchased from any mem- Jr. Is
Dyal doing
.. ber of the club. Adults $l.50 day morning until Sunday with that Barry {
The theme for this year'sRush and children $1. Kathy In Brooker. nicely after having! undergone
was a Hawaiian Luau. The Allen Smith of Gainesville surgery last week. He Is In
Junior Woman's Club
it the executive -
Guests were greeted the Bradford County Hospital.
board spent Friday night, Feb. 19,
door and presented with leIs. meeting was held Morris Dyal of nearby Gra-
with Mike Starling of Graham.
The homo was decorated with Mrs.GlenghMoore with home of 1 Visiting Mrs. Bessie Wasdln ham underwent surgery In the
colorful lanterns and a large
Medical Center.
members present. Further last Friday was Mr. and Mrs.
tray of tropical fruits. The A.T. Andrews of Gainesville. Everyone Is wishing him a
plans made for the Fash-
buffet table was centered witha were
Visiting her for the whole speedy recovery.
Hawaiian doll. Members and Ion Show and spaghetti supper.
w PFC and Mrs. Wilbur Rogers
a' weekend was her son Arnold
J guests were seated on floor Refreshments were furnishedby have returned to Ft. Stewart
Wasdln, from Jacksonville.
kiJ cushions at low tables, Poly- Mrs. Roland Clericuzlo. Returning home from Ft. Georgia for reassignment.

r nesian style.Prizes Hood, Texas last Saturday was Spending the day Monday with
were awarded to Mrs. Mrs. Irene Ratliff was Mrs.
Wimpy Smith. He will spend his
Tommy Tyler and Mrs. Charlie Girl Scouts Plan
leave with his parents here In Gloria Ratliff and her son, Jim.
flynn for most authentic ChowenwaGirl Graham. Everyone Is invited and encouraged -
Trip to
t d dress Miss Virginia Randall of to attend church this
Rushess were'presented with Northfield, Mass was visitingthe Sunday and Is welcome to come
Hawaiian vases asI/ memento Scout troop 605 will go Welsslnger family for a few out to Graham's services. The
rJjE of the affair. on a camping trip Thursdayto days to do some sight-seeing pastor is John Ross. Sunday
The sorority will hold a Model Saturday at Camp Chowenwanear In the Florida sunslne state, school starts at 9:45: with the
Meeting on Monday, March 8, Keystone heights The leaving 3 1/2 feet of snow back worship hour beginning at. 11.
at 7:30: p.m. in the home of. girls will be accompanied by at her home. On Sunday and Wednesday nights
Mrs. Richard Rowe on Madison Mrs. ,W.S. Glover, Mrs. Don Mrs. Jennings Starling and services start at 7. So feel

Street. Honored guests will Hardenbrook, Mrs. D.T. Fara- her son, Mike were visitingMr. free to come.
:! IIi be this ;years rushees. bee, and Mrs. W.F. Rouse.TerrellAlvarez Linda Susan Wynn Becomes Bride Starling (her husband) at
Stelnhatcher last weekend Mrs. LeJeune, of Fort Wayne,

i I t tj d. Of Wm. L. DuBois in JacksonvilleLinda where Mr. Starling was work- Ind., and her two daughters,
Ing--odd coincidence Mr. Jen- Billy Jean, of Gainesville, and
his Mrs. Bonnie Davis, of Indiana
nings Starling was visiting
Susan Wynn was unitedIn poms, sweetheart roses, and
and her two children, Marla
family at home this week-
marriage to William Louis pink stephenotls with ivy and past and Ronnie, plus a friend of

DuBois In a candlelight cere- seed pearls.A end.Clarence Hagen and Merlin the family, Mrs. Erica Williams -
r 4 mony at the Edgewood Avenue reception was held In the from Germany, visitedthe
Hagen and their families were
Christian Church, Jacksonville, church banquet hall following Weissinger family last Sunday -
visiting Mrs. V.J. and
on Saturday, Feb. 20. The brideIs the ceremony. The bride's table .
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. adorned with a silver can- her family Saturday and Sun-

Linda Sue Mercer Weds David MooreIn Joseph C. Joyce, Jr. and John dlelabra with an arrangementof
I Chester Wynn, all of Jackson- pink carnations, daisies,
Yulee Baptist Church, Jan. 9 ville. The parents of the groom pompoms and baby's breath entwined STORE WIDEDIAMOND
are Mr. and Mrs. Henry DuBois with smilax, was cen-
Linda Sue Mercer and David dressed! Identical to the maidof Cocoa Beach. tered with a three-tiered wedd-

Clyde Moore were united In. honor. The candlelighted church was ing cake topped with a mIniature -
marriage on Saturday, Jan. 9, Denise Hamilton, cousin:! of : decorated at the kneeling bench nosegay and encircled with SALE
at 6 D.m. in the Yulee Baptist the bride, served as flower : ,ii with a pair of double-tiered smilax. Mrs. William \dodge
Church. Rev. W.B. Mercer girl. She wore a floor length curved brass candlelabra entwined cut the cake, with Mrs. Roger
performed the ceremony.The dress of white bonded crepe with Ivy. In the back- Doughty assisting Serving at
with quarter length sleeves of ground the baptistry was banked the punch table, decorated with

bride Is the daughter of Chantilly lace. The bodice, 7 with all white gladioli, stock, an arrangement matching that t
Rev. and Mrs. W.B. Mercer of neckline and sleeves were edged Fujll mums and Easter lilies of the bride's table, were Mrs. Ci Solitaires r's
Yulee. The groom Is the son with blue sequins and lace. She backed with Oregon fern. Gar- Joseph Joyce and Mrs. Keith
of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Muore carried l white straw basketof lands of Ivy extended to a pairof Wynn, sisters-in-law of the Sweetheart Rings'rPreEngagement
of Starke. flower petals and in her three-branched brass can- bride. Miss Nancy DuBois sis a
The altar was decorated with hair was a miniature garlandof dlelabra centered with clusters ter of the groom, was charge Rings F
two arrangements of gladioli, flowers matching the maid j. of Easter lilies and Oregon of the bride's book, which was

white' mums, daisies and pompoms pf honor's. fern lighted by a memory candle entwined .7 Dinner Rings r
flanked by two candela- Leonard Moore, brother of The bride was given In mar- with smilax.
bra with w'lite' candles. At the the groom, was best man. Ushers riage by her brother,John Keith Following a wedding trip to 'i. Princess Rings
center was a w'tlte! kneeling were Mark and Paul Engagement Told Wynn. The double-ring cere- the Smoky Mountains, the cou- ; _
bench where the bride and Moore, brothers of the groom, mony was performed at 7:30: ple will reside at 710 Scenic Diamond Earrings
groom knelt as Miss Byrd sang and Harold Davis, brother- p.m. by the Rev. Ronald W. Highway, Pensacola, where the ;
the Lord's Prayer. On the pul- in-law of the groom.A Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Ter- varez, son of Mr.and Mrs. L.B. Smith Music was presented by groom will be serving with the

pit was an arrangement of white reception: was held immediately rell of Humble, Texas announcethe Alvarez. Miss Diane Smith at the organ Navy AVROC program.
pompoms and :daisies. after the ceremonyIn engagement and approaching The wedding will be held with Mark Scott as solo- The bride a native of Hamp
Mrs. J.C. Byrd pianist, and the church fellowship hall. marriage of their daughter, March 20 at the First Baptist ist. Serving as best man for ton, attended Jacksonville\ Uni- ; ;
Miss Becky Byrd, soloist provIded Mrs. Frank Taylor kept the Mary Ellen, to Travis Dean Al- Church in Humble.Duplicate. the bridegroom was his father versity where she was a mem-
a program of nuptial mu- bride's book. Henry DuBois. Ushers were ber of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.
The bride's table covered with Joseph C. Joyce, Jr., Michael She is the granddaughter of Mrs.

sic.The brld-j, given In marriageby white lace cloth was centered Shower Given Bridge DuBois, brother of: the bride- Lottie Parker, formerly of ;1i:

her brother, Darrell Mer- with a throe-tiered cake decorated Results groom, and JXlrk Alcorn. Hampton, The bridegroom
For Bonnie Wilson Club
cer, wore a floor length sown with blue roses and The matron of honor, Mrs. graduated from Brevard Jun-
of Imported: Chantllly lace and flanked by single silver candle- Bride-elect Roland Kerby, and the brides- ior College and the University
and organza featuring a redln- holders with white tapers. Mrs. Bess Burns and Mrs. maids, Miss Janice Bond, and of Florida. ;
gate skirt, Victorian neckline, After a wedding trip to South Mule Dent were winning couple Mrs. Kirk Alcorn all wore Among the out-of-townguests
long sleeves edged with a lace Florida the couple is residingon Miss Bonnie Wilson, whose at Duplicate Bridge Tues- matching formal gowns of were: Mr. and Mrs. Wlliard
ruffle, and a chapel train. The 301 South. The bride trav- marriage Larry Padgett! will day night. Mrs. J.E. Wilson pomegranate color. Their Victorian Wynn, Mrs. E.L. Akrldge, Mr. 2OOFFWILLIAMS
three-tiered bouffant veil of eled in a red, white and blue be an event of April 16, was and T.A. Sundem were sec- gowns featured an empire and Mrs. Wayne Wynn, Mr.
Illusion was secured to a coat dress complemented withan honored at a bridal shower ond; Curtis Sanders and Jim waist, ruffled necklines, and Mrs. M.C. Wells, Mrs.John
wreath of lace petals adorned orchid corsage, last Friday night given by Mrs. Curington were third; and H.T. and short puffed sleeves. Accenting Redgrave, Mrs. Shellie Gene
with crystals. She carried a Robert Bowen and Mrs. Carl Dent and K.R. Dent were fourth. each skirt was a wide and Mr. and Mrs. William
bouquet: of miniature carna- Wilson at the home of the lat- ruffle above the hemline. Each \Hodge, all of Starke; Mr. and
tions centered with a regal Kingsley Lake- ter on Highway 16, west wore a monogrammed meda- Mrs. Charles Parker and chil- JEWELRY
throated orchid and Interlacedwith Auxiliary MeetsThe Games were played by the lion, gifts of the bride, attachedto dren and Bruce Hammer of
bridal net and white satin guests during the party; hours J,frOC4Mr tJP a pomegranate velvet choker. Cocoa; and Mrs. Gordon Wads-
ribbon. 7:30: and 10 o'clock and prizes Their bouquets were victorian worth and Mrs. Avery Denni- "Starke's Largest Quality Jeweler" I IIf
Miss Janice Rlgdon, cousinof Kingsley Lake Volun- awarded. The refreshment table nosegays of pink car- son of Hampton.
the bride, was maid of honor. teer Fire Department Ladles was covered with a pink nations, Fuji pompoms and
She wore a floor length, collar- Auxiliary will meet at the fire scalloped linen cloth and cen- sprays of seed pearls edgedin -
less, A-line dress with prin- station Monday, March 8, at tered with two yellow roses In and Mrs. James R. Red ivy with pomegranate vel- wwwwwANNUALS
cess seamIng and high round 7:30: p.m. a bud vase. Over the table wasa dish of the State Farm, announcrthe vet streamers.The '
neckline made of light blue The president, Mrs. Evelyn pink, yellow and green crepe birth of a son, Kirk Andrew flower girls. Miss Annette Vegetable
bonded with thank all on Feb. 27 in the Alachua Parker and Miss Sheila
crepe long bell Bradley, wishes to paper canopy.
sleeves of Chantilly lace. She who helped make the rummage The hostesses presented the General Hospital. Wynn, niece and cousin of the Mony Colors To Choose Seed-We Have It

carried a basket of carnations, sale over the weekenda honoree with an antique gold bride, respectively, wore long From Tray
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Walters,
pompoms: and majestic daisies, success. Proceeds will glass wedding bowl as a mem- gowns matching those of the "rt
go ento of the occasion.Woman's Gainesville, announce the birthof Each O
entwined with blue net and blue toward purchase of equip- attendants. carried an um 49c
Christina Rene
a ,
velvet to match her Her brella-shaped lace basket of
gown. ment for the fire Peas Beans
department. on Feb. 25 in Alachua General String ,
Club pink rose petals. The ringbear-
headpiece was a garland of pom- hospital Paternal grandparents er was Master Scott Parker, TOMATO AND LImas, Pole Beans
poms and daisies trimmed with Board To MeetThe are Mr. and Mrs. S.L.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall the bride's rQl
waist blue she ribbon wore and net. At her and daughter of Apalachicola Peek, Jr, of Starke. The bride's nephew.formal silk or- OTHER VEG. PLANTSTRAY J Sweet Corn, and Field,

pompoms and a dilsies.tiny corsageof spent the weekend with executive board of the ganza gown featured a high 49C Pr /+ Corn. Many Verities
Bradford County Hospital announces -
her Mr. and Mrs. Ben neck trimmed with Venlse
parents lace
The bridesmaids were Misses Starke Woman's Club will havea the following births: Choose From.COLD .
Rowland. The Rowlands also which also outline the tucked
Marilyn Douglas and Susan dutch treat luncheon meeting
Hamilton, cousins of the bride had as Sunday visitors Mr. ( ) at 12 center front full-length panel
Gainesville today Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Richard
and Mrs.Tom Martin of and wide belt accenting the
and Diann Moore, niece of the noon at the Holiday Inn. Flffs, Lake Butler, a son,John-
groom. The bridesmaids were The regular monthly meet- ny DeWayne, Feb. 22. empire sleeves waist The bishop U.e With All Plants and Shrubs

...........- -- -- _.- .- Ing will be Wednesday March tiny daisies were centered appltqued with seed with 1 For Healthier Plants
10 at 3:30: p.m. at the club Mr. and Mrs. Larry. henry,
pearls, as was her chapel train HARDY
house for annual reports.llost.esses Brooker
a son, Wayne Stephen,
which attached at
will be Mrs. Hazel Rltch, Feb. 22. was waist
THE BIG UNDM. SCANDAL InStan's Mrs. Bill Chambers and Mrs. with illusion a bow.veil Her shoulder-length PLANTS 5 LB, 89' I .8 :.
was also trimmedin
W.C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hardin, LII.I.49 :1
Venlse lace and seed pearls.
Lake Butler. a son, March I. :
The bride carried an old-fash-
Choose I
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Sandals r, -- - - - loned nosegay of miniature "
: white carnations, Fu.I1lpom-
1 I Many Camellia and Azalea

I Kntuekv ,i .. ; Junior Club Nice Special
The,.... wlda to "how I/
open man Arborvita .
5 Ibs.
89c 10 Ibs. $1.49
& at you Your toM, ;your hmfi. I I I Wins AwardThe
y But that'l tae: way fiUn'l Italian $1.98
1 Sandal era itippoMd to bal, Wld I I
I op.n to the man mod to ..4P ,
\ P moms glmaat. Thal'i; what makea:: I 50 Ibs. COW MANURE
i1 you the' 017 of your frlandt. lint e k - $1.98!
I 1 frld Vn Junior Woman's Club of Weed Free Reg. 2.79
t II II I Starke was presented two a- Several Kinds Of .
1I wards at Junior Day, February
I -tttte-.r.; 23, at the Jacksonville Woman's NICE JUNIPERS _ $1.98 25 Ibs. COW MANURE-----$1.29
l 1 Club by Junior District Direc- Reg. 1.59
II tor Mrs. J.C. Montgomery.G .
G 10 Ibs. COW MNURE------- 69c 1
John Dempsey, Public Very NiceCAMELLIAS
SPECIA : Affairs Chairman and Mrs.Jim R eg. 99*
- - : $1.99
# Lawson, President of the Club

t 4r ; ,. ONLY I attended Mrs. Lawson the meeting.accepted the a- Nice HealthyLIGUSTRUM I Hhy' Break Your Back! Let

wards in behalf of Mrs. John- Us Break Ours. Call In Your

ny Allen, Home Life Chairman, - - $1.29
I 1 PIECE FISH 1 1I for the Christmas Party the Order For Spring Spreading

t club gave :SO needy children,
Slaw French
69 ,. I and the second award for the Large
1 cries, Hush I clubs work on the Summer Flowering Shade, Nut and

Reading Regatta, with Mrs.Roland BUSHY GARDENIAS Fruit l'rees---------
- $2.97 $2.97 up
1 Puppies ... II Clericuzlo Education

Stan's Chairman In charge. ...-43lukloe, '

I Saturday Only I I E uar d en nursery

$ 99 I Mrs. John Sanders, Miss :
BOOteryO :I Martha Sue McCain, Mrs. John XJgOMTlOtK. .
1 Myers and Mrs.Sherrod Hamil- 'Cenfier
c.r.: Wallo'" W Call stL & I .
99 Snack Pack 79 i ton attended the FFWC district CalTsirrevfi
.... w4+,las I IrQ" four Arts Festival and lunch- \
II I I eon at the Community CenterIn PhotM. 9645ZJ5I 4 AND PET SUPPLIES ..

Lake Butler on Saturday.
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I I PopPUnK mmnmmm..m..1 I John day Doran Mr.attended of drowned and grand-nephew 4.Mrs In the In William Naples funeral a canal S., Little Mon-John near Glover I rI- CITIZENSOur SENIOR --.1 I

his home while trying to catcha In Library Comm. beganto
Patriotic songs were sung
The National Health Secur which, at this time [is becomIng -
wheelbarrow going down the commemoration of GeorgeWashington's function again with addition
introduced In MUST for
_. ity Act was a our countryand
bank. Birthday at the al members. Al & Irene Nichols
Congress last month by a bipartisan the people.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green last meeting of the Senior Citizens Bill & Hazel Richards committee and had the More of this subject} will be
{ Local admittances to Brad- Walter and Peg Richardson and
visited Charles Fields In St.Vincent's Club. support of another 20 Demo written !in future articles.
ford County Hospital this week Get the regulars Alex and Emma
A poem was read "My ,
Hospital Sunday. crats and Republicans. TheSenate Our next meeting will be held
;. Mrs. Eva } Morton and Joe and
Include Freeman Dorothy
: Up and Go Has Got Up
version of the Social Security at the Rec. Hall, March 9 at
Janet Marie Thomas, Glen W. Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs. Went," which was enjoyed by Kerrigan. Act is I We have much to do and
Senate p.m.
Bill 3.
Prevatt, Mrs. Marie T. demons. Don Hardenbrook attended the everyone. The cost of living has increased -
is needed.
The help
Mrs. Georgia Rayburn, Wesleyan Service Guild district Guests at the meeting were greatly In Jan. and measure in the House Is your

John M. Allen, Alice Mary Williams meeting in Gainesville Sunday Paul and Thelma Far r who were rob. of this year the highestIn House will mil[ 22. This[ legislation -Joe Kerrigan
Otis Leach, Mrs. Ann afternoon. former members and are now 15 years. The proposed increase cover all Americans
'? Hutchinson Miss Patricia Ann living down state. in Social Security pay- ....... _........_..... IL ...L, .

Harris, Henry Guthrie Ellen Mrs. J.H. Dupre spent last Happy birthdays were sung ments which was voted upon and

wtl w// K. Todd, Mrs. Ethel Falrcloth week with Mr. and Mrs. C.J. to Delia Speed and Oma Cotton passed by the House Members 1HR T'O i STANDARD

i and Robert Shannon Starke; Herrlngton >In Palatka. Wedding anniversaries last year became bogged downIn STATION

; Mrs. Joan Marie Parmenter, Miss Anetta Flynn of Atlanta were Alex and Emma Mortonand the Senate just before adJournment -

]Raiford; Doyle Archer, Mrs. spent the weekend with her Carl and Ada Hoist to whom and was to be takenup (Formerly Gib Brown's Station

N Dora Johnson, and Mrs. Ida parents, [iev. and Mrs. John "I Love You Truly" was sung. immediately after the 92nd
1.' rt. 'fl'e Moody Lake Butler; L.A.Wynn Flynn This was topped off with our Congress convened. Wl I I\T liAS FAYE and PAT THORNTON
1 and Levi Rhoden Hampton. usual birthday cake and ice HAPPENED There are no
1 ,tit Sgt. and Mrs. T. Mark Mack cream provided by Alex and signs so far of this very necessary 407 N. TEMPLE PHONE 964.7071

., 1, Lynn Smith of Memphis, Term, and son Tom of Lake City Emma Morton. legislation being act-
( R Y was a Saturday visitor of Mr. were Saturday guests of Mr. I'ete' and Lilly Johnson, our ed upon. After this length of

l I ,/f'.t. and Mrs. F.W. Strickland.Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.Mr. Sick Comm. are conscientious time we will now need a 15% Super Customer Service .
11 i in this capacity by giving reports increase in benefits this year
I r \ } and Mrs. Russell Norman and Mrs. Gilbert Cold- of those who are 111. with a further 20% Increasein We Service Your Car an I If It was

i s. j\ l I and Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. wire have had as guests Miss They recently bought some candies 1972 and doubling of the ours Come see for Yourself. JIIf'
jI Reddish were Sunday dinner Elizabeth Goldwire of Way and visited the patientsin $64 minimum If a reasonable

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob cross, Ga. last week and Mr. our local Nursing Home and standard of living is to be TIKES -- BATTERIESACCESSORIES

I 1 Stefanelll! Gainesville.Mrs. and !Mrs. Lamar Goldwire[ of it was greatly appreciated by maintained( by the elderly. We
Yl Palatka over the weekend. the further suggest that these
+ patients. pay L.W NO PI'crnlTY; .
f ; An Executive Board Meetingwas ments be enhanced by an es- fiA ASJI .. ,,,,.- ,|
Bob Cooper went to Among those attending the called for Wednesday calotor provision typing S.S.

IYk I Athens, Ga. over the weekendto funeral of Ernest Bryant In March 3, at I p.m. at the payments to the cost of living Tire Discount FRL SAT.
: f get her mother, Mrs. John Sanderson Sunday afternoonwere Rec. hall Verne and Eloise meaning that Increases become
; ny Barrett, for several weeks Mrs. W.I1. Hart Mrs. Olin and Della Speed volunteered automatic U the cost of living GET ACQUAINTED OFFER DRIVE IN AND

A lA visit here. Ella Moody and Barney and to audit the Treasurer's goes up by more than 3% in C T I' l o oun TIRE NEEDS

1 I Russell McRae. books. any given year. *Oft* 1: * * *

/ I f fI fs Badcock's KNOWN FOR UNBEATABLE BUYS But m our

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t k, l., SPRING Value Spectac ar

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Gets Together With KROEHLER ,

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,r'>. OKN ITOCI AVULAU.Itrl a r ,
and Watson and the fountoinsat --- ------ -.ti. oU
Pretty pert cascading :: ''U DntM In m Iam n
the Bradford courthouse show off of the outfitsto -' ,;;;;''_. \ ... M U.nhM. '
new one I ""' 'L' '"' t .' I .-.r. .".-..'" n ,
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be modeled in the annual Fashion Show set next =- / t ; .r
Spring t
1 y ,r.l ::,ID. t J :war'i"iIM /1!
Thursday, March 11, 6-8 p.m. by the Junior Woman's Club.A W r .y -.a-.f7' i.r A ,, wxr''i :in" far DNax rr,: Yvi ,.

spaghetti supper will be served beginning at 6 p.m., tU'+ --. n ., I l It Nh +' iwia: :. io"wr fy
fi ti r4V 1y r li ,r IM. ,en w? sww ,+! '
Guests can enjoy the spaghetti while fashions from Eagles q. --... d

such as the one above Stump's Carp's, and Leila's are .lSr..e'

paraded before them by pretty girls. '}Nj / t stet _awrercaNtMroAAr unnaggawslrouP'.. .c mi t Y 1 Jt'- .. ->.. nts -Des, I Iw '

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t ', ewxw1 7N, y _
Mrs. Kate Sheppard spent Mrs. S.M. Simmons of Rich- ,, .xl. wii,..,,,w',. ".:".... Dn/ r? ,r. 9!' 1 j?( rY ywa, ,+ r _?

last week with her sister, Mrs. mond, Va.spent Sunday to Tues jsjcotchganfS .lM. ... a.xx,. .mm. nlx., ". l' i ie y S '-" i
W.B. Hollingsworth and rela- day with her aunt Mrs. Bertha -..-. -.."....,.Ll... f,.... ... ...., wxr.w 7sn t _. Y, 1 ti

tives In Tort White. Pearce. TVLCS I I.oo.

Mr. and Mrs. P.D.; FancherJr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and Your tJ/wlCef $:29995 ear.Fua p s I
Weldon and Sun- i All <;n r ejajluia; tonttroclod tatty y '
Mrs. Gladys family of Lake City were W'
disproof/ center (u rUd draw*'* M ah
Mrs. Nancy Gunter spent Sun day visitors of Mrs. S.L. Peek r.nw* woodcrain platjtj to a ,7rD 7- V '
day in St. Augustine where they Sr. COMPARE Ai7f9 95ISTAkUSHfO 21VT >fl Bedroom lnoludal: 'F39 985

attended the ceramic show. ,.O$ S % :"::".."'''' ''':.". .". ,: aflaaySKlkrel6: t.K9Y' : 3UJ ; trip*. trite r

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan- Madge Mrs. MIddleton Ruth Frazier attended and Miss the 104 :;; d;;; ;;;ir' 1:1 1:1'U.NIIURI i/ 21CD Hooh Cn Drawer Framed....on,eN framaWestinghouse cool R.H* N Camwn SIIY 1! 71ND llgr I f1Yf

em and family of Jacksonville Alpha Delta Kappa sorority end! AMLIAHU1ICArf APPLIANCES

visited Mr. and Mrs. \Henry meeting In Orlando Sunday ---- .
Siefanelll on Sunday I

Mr.Miami and and Mrs.Mr.Joseph and Mrs.Pepeof ___ Friends And Neighbors 1 r MAYFAG... ;
... .
McLeodof .. ,
W.J. .'
Mr. and Mrs. Rube Beecher of Lyons, Ga. Dll.r. i '"''I''''''' '! :
ilterboro, &.C. were Sat- of Mr.
weekend guests
of Mr. and Mrs. APPLIANCE 1 SALE
urday visitors Crews. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw. M Have you viiited you Badcock Furniture Store lately .

Lester Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke I ? J If not come by and check on some of our NameI I AUTOMATICSI I ,.{:;1 "-..M" YFS. .

Mrs. Roy Clemens, Ms'. and and family[ of Tampa spent Brand Merchnndue. WRINGERS! '" f OISRWASNfRS

Mrs. Gene Norman and son Thursday to Sunday with[ Mrs. I \.. DRYERS! fiI T001
and firs Hoy Clemons Jr. attended A ,
Sheltie\ Gerle and family.Mr. .J. PORTABLE r
the wedding of Eaton -- Y mil

Parrish, In Jacksonville Sat [ and Mrs. Herbert Tho- slaamaoDBBan.7, In our Appliance Department here are a few of the branda that we DRYERS-! '

urday night. Mr. Parrish[ Is the mas and Dr. and Mrs. Donald carry and service Hotpoint Maytag Norge Westinghouse, Fed ..
son of Mrs. demon's Sr. 10 C.. H. (Ufrlqorotor 14 Cv. Ft. TwoDMrREFRIGERATORFREEZER "__ ..._ \ ,
to Sunday der.
Chubb spent Thursday Only 24" Wld 43 Lb Fr..t.rSlldoOut Roper, Eagle __ t,! .eX"1 I
at the Thomas camp In Porcelain' CrttporWX ; .
100%\ No Frost
Edward Davis
Mr. and Mrs.
the Scrub. 132 Lb. FrMnrft..ul.r In our Living Room Department Kroehler La ? Berkline _
of Gainesville wore Sunday $169"With -Boy, ,_ DAw; ;
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae T ode $29999 9CQ 97 Deville Johnaon) Carper, Waynline Trendline. Some of these suite /

Dansby. visited Mr. and Mrs. Audrey NO exTRA CHARGE FOR COLORS Wfth Trad* sro all Scotch) Guard Treated. _. V r- -- '''l

Pummel In Valrlco over the ) "

Mrs. W.J. Dodd Jr. under- weekend.Mr. Bedroom Department Broyhill, Johnson Carper, Vaugh, Coleman MATTAC AUTOMATIC WASHER /

went surgeryWednesdaylnRlyeralde Florida Furniture, Kro hler, Unagusta.You'll 2 Year Warranty On All Parts'
Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. L.F. DInkIns 5 Year Transmission, Warranty 1
and Mrs. A.O. Andreu visited lint, Filter, Sand T.o. ,
and Mrs. M.L. Waters Dr. and Mrs. J.L. Sttth in Gau- ".'.- 30" DeluiaSELFCLEANING J,h.... find a complete line of Electronics at Badcockt -- Zenith, R. Water Temo Selector GiantS l I
and daughter of Jacksonville tier, Miss over the weekend. Taeaer S C A., Westinghouse, General Electric Packard Bell and Speed ," Tub $287.95

were Sundry afternoon visitorsof They attended a beauty queen r OVEN Queen ... Color Sets and Black and White J"
her parents Mr. and Mrs. contest where their granddaughter 71NN f-,IxNw. MATTAB Halo of Heal ORYIII
J.L. Bradley. Terri Sttth. won first 5149'sl """"'-"'" ,,- Buy Where volume and Choice; of Name Brand Merchandise Gentle Even Heat' Surround I Irw
qet a ,
= < you Clothes, Settings lor/ all Fabno
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place In the sophomore division Ir : '' u. Nlw .
N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis qi. uxw : : I:1..2 : 2 Year Warranty 100%
Mrs. at the senior high school. : :;: :::' lint, Filler,
Ind. spent the past ten :"'::" Give chance s.tisfachou $199.95MAYTAS 'arY "'oZO"
Mrs. u* a to acquainted with you. Customer
with her mother,
days Misses Karen Cissy Janel 529995_ it what strive for. Alto what Buv Wringer Waiher 2 Year, W..nty'--'
W.S. Slade and family. Mrs. wa we give you service on t you
Goodman, and Patricia Edwards W,,Ik TtoeM On All Parts" Biggest' Capacity, Big, .
Slade also had as visitors Mr. were home for the weekend from ,fiw wx .owe- ..."' : Balloon. Rollers Sand _____)
and Mrs. Jeff Slade of Thomas- St. Johns River[ Junior College : ::, xw ";' .. Thank \Iir- .. ''\ Trap Tub. ..
ton Ga. last Thursday and Mr. n r ( /j '\ M.kos Clotl1e.
I : ;. .. i Hope to 'JJ.
see you oon. BILL WILSON .
and Mrs. Will Slade and daugh owner 73

ter of Baxley. Ga. on Sunday ders Mr.were and weekend Mrs. Curtis guests San of \":{.:. ;''r: .. 5179.95 I :.." t

Misses Evelyn Sinclair[ and Adm. and Mrs.Richard Scruggs _, -. MAVTAS f Ofta Dryer-\
Langford of Mercer in Madison. 'TeeerTti y, r Use It Anywrtere. .
Kersley ( LA Z B c)V --. I Store Anyone Plu 5
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Deas of '
College spent i 1 Toaster Needsfue
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.Mr. [ Lake City were Friday night f (;; ;:- -+- IJ Yew, .. "n: Nol37e
ltCl/fP .a C- .r I
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. +, a? w N Cal' Wirmjorln
and Mrs. Gus Kopelou- E.W. Hayes. LA.Z.LOUNGER. I i ', ci ooctun

sos and daughter and Dr. and f'i .-1., .. ... lt,11711nn
Mrs. P.O. Felos were In Birmingham Mr. and ]Mrs. Kenneth Grlder ,.,--- -.,II, MM-ft...-.II .. M -.- 'm
Ala. over the week and family visited Mr. and =Lxx IMM u/., kMNIIf IN Ml: *.M...II N Ift.I..III.I- 9 5 1 .
hM ta -
rwMMIM *W-H* ;
end to attend the christening Mrs. R.W. Douville !in Orange $13 9. MAt1AEAuueaacDuhwfhrnGiant' ,
of George John Kopelousos son Park Sunday. Capacity,' Easy loading, Rack 1.
of Mr. and Mrs. John Kope I? Triple Spiay, W.,hmj Auto

lousos on Saturday. Rev. R. Donald Elley a malic DeterientDilpenser .

minister from 'It .__
Presbyterian >AJ 'f/IoJ' "' :.u. Quick Easy Con
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins Wellington, New Zealand wasa n I'on' 5329.95 ".
of Atlanta were Saturday to weekend guest of Rev. and .
1 .
Tuesday guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. D.T. Farabee. ;

E.C. Dukes. Packarcl Bell. m
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THE BRADFORD ''- 11- PIUS ewx 0-x Ixnx lea, ouxlu N ,nrwN,,,,, ..... Loo ..ue wuxxrr or twin rtn. I
College Miss Ginger was home Baldwin for the of week Tlft COUNTY TELEGRAPH -. I I i,' m;;....,--... I EA runts ( N/y/ Ilxl x ,"n,IU',.;ww. I."...wax.... wM'1xfY ssi ..-.

end. Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Bald- Published every Thursday ,NA ir&diBT&d* CWRIFJICEMTOR _. : eye 21.000/)IMIMr BTU.....MUITI"..>wi ..ROOM,,-_UNIT... 'It --. o 14000 BTU MULTI ROOM_UNIT... BIO SCO(IN u" COIORCONTKMraMAAV
Jr. also had as Sunday ,.._. boo rnM *xnln.' 1* ] >Mta' r
win, I w '"'" *" -- .. .
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guests Mr. and Mrs. BaldwinSr. at 1.18 W. Call Street firs JJIHJI.{!' xw "e" r'w:.: CTCU UWT li. l 289" 1rI
of Sgrke, Mrs. J.H. Hall Starke, Florida 32091 1 '" eo_ w -. Mr. DDAD ,Iltw. elY.. Cnr 1379 f3 $36995 ) aqr ,._ Dn I f
l: -.w w. Ilow 1IY xN1 I 000 sro MMI.VH" 1 UNllli "
Jr. and daughters and Chris ..., w" qu Ywr... eeY 5,000 BTU AOOM-SIZE UNIT e too ciis Huifi*H uKif ln 1 ...-..,...... C..... I
Gainesville Second clas poatace paid /lerxr ,- II Y 171E N M I
Bracewell of on *' flaa_.klwtftt_ .QMtak.. iMallMIMi' IpIIIIIIidIIIIIIII fulUl I elr Mpr, I
ITS.Xi" RejuU $' w.ea ; .uew
.. Hall's birthday.Mrs. al SUrke Florida, '44'9" 2iSSU!,! IIM.OO MNY: ;:..- $149'I I ( I

SnbaerlpUoa Rate: N $269"II I xnlx, x499" I

Agnes Heath of Fort la trade artai >$5.00 peryerri r
raanjcMi ., ,
and Mrs. Dewey TERMS TO SUITTOURIUDOIT 10.000, BTU ROOM SIZE UNIT itft 9S it winii. -
Lauderdale ; W.7S *lx month. .,AC JSZ T
Warren of Waycross Ga. are "syA frIoII 7fwl t.x A ,! .rr '
Mrs.J.S. OuUlde trade areai 15JO YtrwfD B CIYww KS' SJ A 9w.11y ilk, A s(*
visiting their mother aET r FfffMS
Sapp and family. per year $3.00 six month B Jt I III II/t7" I'I/11111/l 1'I la

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Rates Roads. Diggs Shaw Supports: Gospel} Sing! Workshops Set

(Cont'd from page 1)) (Cont'd from page 1)) Corporate Income Set Saturday On Sewing
(Cont'd. from Page J 1)) Tax In Talk Here

ular deposit from power plant In the upcoming fiscal year A gospel concert featuring Ladies Lingerie
revenue. starting In July Clerk Gib ruary that Diggs was not to .. ., Rep. Gone Shaw spoke at the Windy Johnson and The Mes-
The declining balances can't Brown told tho Board. Road be recommended leading to je- wM.W Starko Rotary Club Wednesday, sengers Jacksonville la scheduled -
be blamed on SR-16 either Foreman R.E. Jones said It last weekend's circulation of the ,It etlnl! / Feb. 28, In support of tile proposed Saturday March 6, at There will be a one-day work..
sine those expenses are over costa about $30,000 to pavea petition. corporate Income tax advocated 8 p.m In the Bradford High the
with. SR-16 did cost the Cityof mile of highway. One "deficiency of the BUSadministration" by Governor Reubln School auditorium. Bradford Caamtty'Extension Agricultural

Starke about $120,000 for About the only priority pro. was brought to Askew. Sponsored by the Starke Police auditorium on the
relocation of utility lines, however ject the board might be financially light later In Tuesday mornIng's Shaw said that Florida must Department and the Starke construction of ladles slips.
and has helped depletethe able to accomplish in meeting when the audit take steps to broaden Its tax Woman's Club, admission to the Wednesday March 17, will .be
utility system revenue fund the next year Is to Install nash- review showed 991 free adult base If the state Is to meet sing is $1.50. Children under 1 12 one-day workshop on girdle -
But Edwards pointed out the Ing lights and cross bars at lunches were served at BUS, pI, Its financial: obligations with- will be admitted free. a construction.
1 funds don't seem to be recovering the railroad crossing at New "representing $991 of school L- f ,, out deficit: financing.: He said The Gospel Messengers appear Interested persons who would
i with SR-16 expensesout River! board members\ have lunch money spent" In viola- that he was opposed to a fur on Jacksonville TV on like more Information regarding -
f of the way. stated In the past. However tion of school board policy. .,,;' ther Increase In the, sales tax Sundays.come cither of these work
The clerk also pointed out that wasn't mentioned Monday. This policy "In accordancewith "' as It would Increase Die burdenon register by phot.-
the city's total bank accounts In 1973-74 the clerk said, the National Food Ser- ',"I' : lower Income families The tax would not be passed shops the Bradford County Agri-
as of March I totaled $113,103.: vices Act, Is that no free lun- /,, alternative to
the county second try funds I ,1;, ':.I only a higher on to the consumer. Studies cultural Extension Service at
He said the level a year ago should reach 180000. Over ches be served adults. .ft' \'I". :<" sales tax Is the corporate Income have revealed that the big cor- 964-0554.

was $203,630. the next five years, the coun- Any money used In serving ;.' tax, Shaw Said. porations charge no more for
An extended discussion resulted ty should accrue $95,000, less adult lunches Is money taken l1 i ,' The speaker predicted that their products In states that CLASP ENVELOPES all
when these figures were $50,000 which must be paid away from the children Casey the proposed new tax would have the Income tax than in Tele-
brought out. for right-of-way for SR.-16 from said.The not hurt small corporations states that do not have It *li!*.- Bradford County
I "It's a problem we must do the northwest Starke city lim- board voted that the petition most of which would pay little Florida Is losing millions of graph.
I something about" Chairman its to US-301. be received,and explained '...' or no Income tax due to their dollars annually from (his
Tucker said. It doesn't matter Florida laws concerning school small of lie
I After Monday's meeting It margin profit said source of tax revenue, whichIs
I what the Council does, Tucker was uncertain whether some boards. Board member Charles that 95 per cent of the corporate already being tapped by Georgia CLUB 100
added later but something must members of the commission Sawyer said a "school board a Income tax would bo and must other states."Act-
I be done to compensate for the might attend the Friday DOT cannot originate personnel of paid by five per cent of the ually the Federal governmentwill
Increase In gas prices. Councilman hearing to Inform the District the school system", but can i corporations operating In Florida pay 43 per cent of the 8 Mi. West Of Starke
Billy Noegel said the Two DOT officials about the "only act upon' the recommen- tax," he said, "since the a-
city can't keep on taking a condition of some primary dation of the superintendent." I Shaw said that contrary to mount paid to Florida will be On State Road 100
loss."Where's. roads In the statements made by critics of
county. deducted from Federal Income
Sawyer, Supt. Casey and Attorney
the stopping Zedra Hamilton, for in- the proposal, the corporate In- taxes." Discount !
Pierce told the
George LiquorSPECIALS
? Councilman
place Jimmy stance said that Sli-18, going .
delegation that the procedureIs
: -
Bowen asked. from US-301 to Hroolter! is In I ''c "' +>ti,4t, ,
"When does Inflation stop?" that "within ten weeks priorto ,
bad condition. "'
the end of the school year, '
Tucker asked. Yourself"K
Snuford said It Is useless "s.eFor
Noegel pointed out that If the to "stir up the people" by the superintendent Is requiredto Good; Thru Mar. 6
present to the school board
council Imposed a straight 10 publishing a list of road priorities _
the of
names personnel he rec-
per cent Increase with no time In the newspaper when HOMEIMPROVEMEHT
ommends that they retain. This CANADIAN
limit or escalation clause,people know
"you you don't have e- CO
will never believe the council nough money to do anythingwith. Includes each principal,assistant m., "sit Asa LOUD CALVEKT

I would lower the rates when ." lie suggested writing assistant principal supervisor supervisor and with-and introduces:: Qt. $5.29CHAWFOKD
I gas prices go down. the DOT a list of BradCord'spriorities REYNOLDSiALUMINUM
in four all
"It's easy to sit here and weeks personnel I
J and telling the DOTto annual '
put It to them but what If It give Bradford's: hearing timeto on contract. 1d'f'r I r INSULATED SIDINGto SCOTCH
gets where they can't afford a county which has The school board can acceptor
moneyto RI Count) area. Qt. $4.79
he -
It? Bowen asked, do something with. reject on cause the super ., _
intendent's recommendations; FIRST JOB
then If rejected within a reasonable Wins District
In area REDUCED PRICE Calverts qt. $5.49
'OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY length of time,he makesa will be ta< VERY --------

Don't only third.then The Initiate school a candidate's board can "I, never to get this (far," says BHS coed R.- and will enable you to See for > oursolf"' KENTUCKY BEAU

name after the third rejection McMillan after winning the American Legion' 24 with. FREE ESTIMATE Qt. $4.69

of the superintendent's recom- post District 4 Oratorical Contest In Goinvill( Monday you receive a free roll d REYNOLDS WRAP

SPAR AROUND mendation. night. Live EntertainmentEVERY
Casey said he was continually 372-0461
evaluating all annual contract Next step ('o'f the daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Menll McMillan KAPLAN 'FRi. AND
::;4 people for the three years before it the Northern'Area\, Contest tet Monday at Lake City Junior P. 0. Box 236
they go on continuing con- NIGHTS
with College 1 1"I Colnetvllle
tract. lie was in the
your process
HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Featuring Bud Davis
of this now, before names are Am Your 'Constitution" i Is the Mist McMillan's nine *
Member ct Gainesville ._ re.atlat N.u-J and The Tunesters
reviewed and recommended minute
by oration. Her
extemporaneous topic
( Chamber of Commerce' DaM at C '-w l>.
April 1 1. the 10th amendment thj iy I
to US Constitution, on powers

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INCOME TAX changed to ,the ..rnment. ;.x..yC.'a:1SkatiCfoba. 'o Z&- ''''''' SCf.Yy.oiit3byiNteuelfi; .. :.;;;; .;., :-=-::-:(::::::<:-:-;. : :..b.i .
concerning the governing of
school boards and one facet i Denmark. Says Why Walt?

of this new law, Chairman Rod- Wrecks .\. Pageant f ".

Taxes have you on the ney Hall pointed out, Is that o Enjoy the Wonderful World oj Bu seit 'Now!
the superintendent does not need
rope? A little fancy foot. $ ( Cont'd from pogo, 1))
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to even give a reason for not
will, 10.
H work& R BlOCK-The bring you IncomeCUMPUETE recommending a person for re- the Intersection of SR-16 and secretary. YOUR CHOICE of Dining Rooms..,

Tax Champion l We'll give newal. 301. Miss Bryan is sponsored by I

tax return a knockout RETURNSyour Chairman Hall said he had According to the S.P.D., JudyK. the Starke Elks Lodge #1802.
punch with our fast occur heard nothing but good of Dlggs Hunsucker had stopped at Miss Reed, daughter of Mr. Styles
ate guaranteed service at rm! UP as principal particularly as a the traffic light when Curtis and Mrs. George Reed of Starke, .
H & R BLOCK firm disciplinarian and would Gerald Lee, driving a '65: Ford is a BIIS science: student who French
.._.d 'm continue to him struck the Hunsucker vehicle: won a second place for her
ESSSS335Si 5 CUAHANTIf i a =s = approve as
w. .......... .ccwr.t. p>r.....tion o f .v.ry lee r tur.i.U BUS principal. Johnnie Blaine In the rear. project In the science: fair. Italian
w. .fiy ..r.rt th.t coif you see .....It, erlBf Thompson said he would "not There were no Injuries, and Entrants will be Judged on f .
.r.>f, w. will )., lK.> t>.t.ttlty .r i I..t.r.ttAMERICA'S consider replacing him without Curtis Lee was charged with natural beauty to Include figure Spanish t.
evidence of misconduct." falling'to have his vehicle'under face hair, personality, ja
control and causing an ac- and poise. Judging will be on
HIR B3I1.GCE O. cident. appearance In bathing suit, after -

In the second wreck of the :5 I wear sportswear and +
POSTED SIGNS: Treated to night, two vehicles were heav- street clothes. byl3aeseYtt w4 wt. I

withstand'. weather- 20c each, ily damaged at the Intersectionof Deadline to enter the beauty UFAU VAL, Tliw mCNCH PROVINCIAL l i a'' J t ll'V
12.25 doz. Special prIce on ..- US-301 and Weldon St. pageant Is March 5. Girls between .M'nn' room ihrit i 11 .it funny M 4 Mimnw I :
quantities. Bradford County 16 and 21 years of age huh ohf n I it to chwtthtKl *nd to yf 'If'
flVlw for Uid MrOfMli f nl ctfkl n'' you Each ,
Telegraph! SIt According to the S.P.D.,' who live In Baker Bradford, pb" n quality wjuitiilixf Itv elwll fo e r ti. )-tidunnY
Open 1 J a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon.-Sat.-Ph. 961-8286 Frances Fcblsh was drivingher Clay, Putnam and Union Counties > eync l ran Td| uttty, Pernn lunA f< ,I i Y _
MpNw wlKlod vrnevrt MI mtUwoodi Art ,, )3
I NO APPOINTMENT NICISSAftV vehicle: South on 301, when are Invited to enter. fy /uyy dewVlw J wi" ''no'r UulpxpMp *"' ur 1 .aa '
she stopped to make a left Previous entries are: IMf GW'IiulU' f/y: ran Ih' rd1Y nIY.N / { .''(1 '

".": hand turn at the Intersection.A Miss Kendall Tumor Key- I IUI'- A t" Ilrln x trPI'I ,. ("\ .
.f: stone Heights sponsored by EEAU VA4t walrp
vehicle driven by A.C. Wells .
I .' ,"; ..' then crashed Into the rear of Belote Drugs. ,Ilya; ,, i: ye-;. Ina nu1141 ; .. 1it I I,0'
'f" ,. Miss Coree Welmer Keystone !
1 t/tl/ ;j the Feblsh vehicle causing$500 r, r
Heights. sponsored b3Stump's J/ '
: ;> : damage the Feblah to his vehicle.vehicle and $600to Department Store. '" .. ,,'
1;,', ...;I..i.; Feblsh was treated at Bell! Miss Sharon Howell Starke .
Its nicebeing woman... { I'1 and released. sponsored by Norman's Straw- ,
A.C. Wells was charged with berry Farm.

,; ,;:. -". failing to maintain his vehicle The contest Is sponsored by tl
;, .:fI"! under control, causing an accident the Starke'' Junior Woman'iClub. 7 rI

and operating a vehicle: .
without a license. Mrs. Jane Watson Is In chargeof I

preparations. j I x
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"FAMILY AFFAIR" lag at approximately 10 pun. (youth AXmwllng) at Palm Lanes \
PLANNED BY PTA The music entertainment for In Gainesville. Among those en. F NOTICEMOBILE
the evening will be provided by: Joying
The Brooker PTA met Tuesday The New River Boys, Swannee Hlnton NatalieQu ckeall.Robin News .

night, Feb. 23. Final plans Valley Gang and comedian, S. Williams, Robin Parrtsh, Sandra (
were made for a family entertainment J. Hall a one-arm'ltUItaril" Edwards \
Scott Bristol and
and the Dixie Rambler
night-called family HOMEHOMESTEADERS
Olan Jones. After bowling the
Affair." Advance tickets are now on By Elizabeth Clven; Walker .
This event will take place at sale at Green's Grocery, and group came-back toBrooherand
Brooker School by the students. Ad'ilt' tickets enjoyed hamburgers and playIng e
the Elementary games at the homo of Mr. GIRL SCOUT NEWS Sunday Is regular Pastoral .
In advance are $2 for all
Saturday March 13. It consistof events -
and Mrs. Carl
Edwards. Day. Sunday School at
a spagetU dinner with serving of the evening children The Girl Scouts will "Do 9:30.:
Sunday, March 8, 1971 at 7:30 Morning service at 11. Leagueat
tickets six
graders down $1
time to begin at 5 p.m. Their Thing" Saturday March
,m. the Brotherhood will have 4 p.m. Evening service, 9p.m. r
until 8 p.m. at the cafeteria. Buy these advance tickets and 13, from 1-4 at the Woman's .
Next a faculty-student softball save 50 cents. Tickets at the Its monthly breakfast at the Club on Walnut Street. There Visitors are always welcome -

game will be enjoyed, beginning door will be $2.50 for adults .frooker Community Center. 1'111be\ arts and crafts on dis- On .March \ In Accordance With FS 320.0815 Every Mobile Home
at 6 p.m. until ??? A and $1.50 for children.Do The boys and men of the play and other activities will 14, the pastor and '

hot dog stand 1'111be\ provided not miss this "ramllyaffair" planning Brooker a Baptist ball Church sometime are be presented by the troops. congregation Family Day celebration are Invited at a- Listed On The Tax Roll MUST Carry An RP License
for the enjoyment of those wno AH proceeds will go game Everyone is Invited to attend
do not wish to eat a spaghetti toward alr-condltlonlng the soon. The married men will these actlvltes. 5.G. McAuthor's church In High Plate.

d'jmer. Then a-Country Music school cafeteria. play the single men and boys. The Scouts will be disappointed Springs.

Show ,,11begin\ at 8 p.m. end- Church News: The Brooker This should prove Interesting. IT you fall to attend. Please Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Baptist Church: On Friday Sat. ni night Feb. 26, Carl Edwards of the Brooker Baptist of events. day night, Bible Class. Thurs
NOTICE TO DIDDERS took his training Union classIn Choir enjoyed a hot dog: roast- day night Prayer Meeting.Sun The Tax Assessor WILL NOT Be Allowed To Assess
tacky party combination at the CHURCH ACTIVITIES day School will begin Services

Notice Is, hereby, given that In The Fur Coiiatr "......'. Court home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Greater Bethelem Free Will Sunday at 9:45: Morning ser- Any Mobile Home -Even Though We've Had It As-
And Urnilforil CmftMtr,
sealed bids be received by the ..lorliliiIn Dyal. Miss Cherie Hlnton was Baptist Rev. Jasper Williams vices at 10:45.: Evening:: ser-

Bradford County Board of Public !(.' Estate or Lucratla II. the winner for being the tack- Pastor. Monday night Senior vices 6:30: with the Junior Choir sessed Before Unless You Purchased An RP
Instruction, at the office of Or urn KINAL NOTICE Iest Other features of the evenIng choir rehearsal, Tuesday night, serving. Tag By
the Superintendent of Public Nudes la hrn-nUy.. given that were singing, and a trea- Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir Greater Allen Chapel Rev.
Instruction: Bradford County tho ftnul undrrBlicnctl Ima hen. Hail sure hunt, w'llch' I think was a No. 3 will meet. Wednesdaynight C.E. Jenkins Pastor. Sunday April 1st.
Post Office Box 039 Starke ed the acuuuiitliijr.iidmlnlatratlnn cornplat of the* real dilly. For example: one of Prayer meeting. Thurs- School at 10. Lovcfeast service. i
Florida, until 7:30: p.m.. EST, .bova entali. and! nutlca t In fur* the clues: "I ran for mller day night the Ladles Circle 11 a.m. Evening service 6 p.m.

on the day of March 25, 1971, thor of irlvon thus: that nutlca.After unca publication aauliwouk I I without stopping and yet my will meet with Mrs. Anna Bell The annual Women's Day pro If You Have
for the construction of: fur four oni ocuilvwooka. murky neighbor doesn't protest Mosely. Story ]Hour will beheldat gram will terminate Sunday, Any Questions On This, Please Call

Bradford Middle School Addition made .to the application lunorul. .will County bo when I run over him. I have the Church also. The story March 14. All members are
Starke Floridaat Judge of IJiiulfurcf I County arms for protecting but my groap will be discussing the asked to please cooperate with
which time bids will be publicly Kluriiln.I for and approval for flnnl, of aaiuAccounting dl.* wrong arm !Is most Inter characteristic phllospher of the this program. 964-6348

opened and read aloud. ohuricn of th. undaialirnail. Objection esting." I haven't figured this Sadducees. Also their beliefs,
Any, Bid received after the time with Ihla.*. If any Court., a""uld Julian l. ba ril M.." out yet, have yon 01; well, It as related and contrasted with Il -
and date specified herein will Uroeno aa Admtnlatiator of Is something to think about Jesus teaching.
not be considered. mill ent.te. Sunday March 28, the Brook Friday night the Prayer Band
Julian Jullnii M.M.Greene Grftana Aa Admlnli- er Baptist Church held Baptism will meet with Sister Sarah ? i i TIIAN KS.

Plans, Specifications, and Con- trutor of the batata!: Of Lucre. services for Theressa Prince. Saturday at 6 p.m. the
Documents be tin II. UraenMryl Jones. These services of Sunday School Teach- 1
tract : may exa i'uullahad" on: Feb II. were monthly 4bI.1 ,
mined it the office of Don R. 171 1.11 4t 1-11 flclated by the pastor Rev. ers conference will b e held. '
Morgan: Architect A.I.A., Post James L. Temple at Santa Fe A t 8 p.m. an Official Board GENE LONG f
Office Box 037, Green Cove In Th., Clrrnlt Cunrl,, Of Timriulilh River. meeting will be held. The deacons For Thou Lord, art good l ,

Springs Florida; the Associated Klorl.lii In Jllillrlnl end Fat Circuit;Urador. Of During the morning worship are asking all members and ready to forfeit; and TAX ASSESSOR t
General Contractors' Pta.1 (;..."".,. t.u.* :\o. ttfltt: hoar Rev./Temlle's father,Rev. to be present. Officers will be pIvnleouH In mercy unto all tI

Kosm: ., Jacksonville Florida; Dorothy.>1. Jucloon Hiui'thnrno. Waltorllunllmrn" I.T. Temple delivered the elected for the year. The year- them that cull upon Thee.- wwwww ,ti I
and .W. Dodge Corporation's l ffctidant. morning Rev.. I.T. ly report will be given. (Psalm 86, 5.) i i
Flo- NU'IU'E OF I BL.ITTO message.
Room Walter Ilnnthorna Ad. I
: Temple Is from Monticello.
rida. droMa I'nlcnown.. I
You Aro Hereby Notified
that ii n iirtlon far divorce hal PERSONALS;: Mrs. LottieEd-
Plans and Specifications may burn fllnl' mrnlnnl you and you wards had two of her It
be obtained is follows: AID required to aar\a a copyof
your wilitpn, U-fnnica. If and their families to eat supper t
A. General Contractors -Upon .
any to It nu I Ilunri-na !h' Bhaw.Atxiinoy with her
receipt of $40.00 two sets for I'lalntlff. whole| recently. They
of plans and specifications .ailUreaa U 142 W"t Cnll Street woro Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards FOOD
1' o. lion lOSS Hliirko Plot-Kin and daughter Karen of )
this project will be forwarded and file tho nrlulnol with the
collect. If pans! and specifications Clerk of the nlmve-wtyl, Courton Jacksonville.\ Also Mr. and
before Mari'h 17. 1971.
are returned In good ulic-rwlffu' u JinlHPim'nt, mny h* Mrs. Ernest Edwards and '
condition, within ten days after ontvrad .."A,...t you fur thu dl hterl. Peggy and 'I
Patsy, of
the Com-
rillof deiimndad In FAI
receipt of bids the full deposit plnlnt. Bro:>ker. .
will be refunded.B. \\11101'0.. my) hand and the
seal i>f .nlcl Comet, oil the 10 Welcome home to Uennls
diiv> of February." 1971. Hadge.! II* has been In Alachua
Subcontractors Vendors .
lHr/\r': )
etc. Upon receipt of $40.00one Ollboit' 8\ Brown Hospital where he underwent -
Aa Cli-rlc of Snlil Court
surgery recently. We
set of plans and specifi-
Ily Virgin'In. V. Darby wish him a
cations will be forwarded co'loct. Deputy Clerk speedy recovery
If plans and specific3tlons .Ir U 3.11 Murrls Dyal Is in the Medical ONUS CUTS COOO THIU WIDNf tear. MAIN IO. I 197' QUANTITY RIGHTS' RISfiVIO
are returned In good condition Center where' he underwent ma-
Court Of Pln :
In Th. !rlrtil jor
: wtthln( ten days after lila. F.ltthtli. .inilli-lnl Oreiitt surgery recently. We hope
In And Tnr nrnilfard. tuuntr. that he will be home soon
receipt of bids, $20.00 (one/ recuperating -
half of the deposit) will be Care Lola Xo.hone Jmieil. Vlnlntlff.VK fast. 1 SOLID
refunded. Alexander June". Defend- More newt: wanted! Don't for
.nt. NOTICE!' get to call me, or leave your QJ' f tI

C. Separate Sheets Separate In 'I'll.'lIme-: Of The !State Of news at Green's Grocery.Make 79* I

sheets/paws of drawings S'Inrlda TO:' The Defendant In the this YOUR news. III .

.id/or mnJ bo ..above-named..*
Alexnndnr Jonas, Residence:
obtained follow ,
as : Unluuw:, :n.: CI,7jf"I mirur tow men wirm tow mat mmar tow nictfrnnnrttr tow HKII i mr0r tow men *miro/ir/ tow mcul mimr tow ma*v mmr tow ntctiICHM ,
Drawings $1.50 per sheet Yon Are' H-rcbv Xajlflrttlini ; In The Of The
Specifications .15 suit for divorce llahth ,,"I..lnl' Irrtilt Of : tM pMry
par page nmnlnzo\ between ">u nnil the F'lurliln" In .tnd T'lr' arndfordl'nnnty. LIPTON FRESH ""try IUIWHIMPYNI ISQUICKOR
I>liilnlllf. r.ul' Ire,". Jnne Caneo. toil'I HEADY VIVA
NOTE: All requests for plans line burn filed mrnliiPt you aa, ThHma Claire ('.ollby. Plaintiff BAKE
-rc-mlnnt. liv Toll' Irona -va. Jornld It. C.ou"
and specifications, separate .
Jones. n* rialnlltf In thaBi"it"ti'il DefendantNOTIPB
sheets of drawings and separate ) Comet and ,nil... : OP RJT
and yon era rami'ii-H' to fin;! TO': Jerald II. ('r.I..." 5/955 49
pages specifications shall your rtofen.o or 0 filwlrtherein. leas Jnor r.nrvcv. Ant. 14 I
be mods through the office of Cnllll>lnlnt. DIt \Vi-it Covina Cullfnrnln 91700
the Architect. ltli tli. ClcrU of the <'lrcultCuuit You Are Jfp..hv Notified
In I n.,il 'or Bmdfnril. that an nHlon for dlvni'i'O, linn
Each bid submitted shall bo fountv. Courthouse, ,.tar''... been filed against you and
accompanied by a callhlet'schlck Florldn. K SO'l and K-rvo a you are renuirnd to carve .n.
copy thereof upon I'lnlntlff' n py of your written .'an..*. BONELESS
,r bid bond In the amour nitornt'V nnrton T. Uomtlne., If any to It on P. SIRLOIN BONELESSSHOULDER GROUND
of five percent of the 101 ;North Muln Btii' .>c-t. PO.Pinwir Shaw ryHt2>r Plaintiffwhose FULL CUT ROUND
bid tli!*. anln' Ifnil.ot1irr\. nddreea Went tallrr..t -
payable to the Bradford 1 ida l-'UOI. nnir l O. nox logo Ht rke.llorldn LEAN
C.ty Board of Public Instruc- 13. 1!'>7I : nnd If y i fall to deCo .P. and file I the orlalnslwith "" : BEEF
t jn, a Performance-Labor and: he, tnkcn u Orfault n..ln.1 Junircmi-nt von for will the tho Court Clerk I on.of nr tho aiiovetyled before. STEAKS IL STEAK : FRESH

Material Paymont Bond In the r..llof ilmiantlrd In h" Cnmplnlnt Mnrrh 89. 1071. olhor\vlK ajudnement
amount of one hundred nml thereafter anldVltnenH may bo entered'
percentof .h,11 irncerd oX unite. affnloFt for thu relief dermnnArd
the bid invjrit. Surely com- \ niv hand and coal In the Comnlnlnt.AVItncaa cmn '3 TOy
pany shall be licensed to *> .t .,,101 I'"U'I 11,11111 day ot mv hand and theaegl mlr'Ar
business in T..h.IIII..D.. 1771 al ataalte.Flit. I of rnld Court nn late lath WaaffTf TTTaS 98c IUl1lI 5LBPKGS 53tJIII
State of Flo- dnv of February. 1971.8r laaL \at. gIIMIIlPr
rida and shall be listed by the I ar,\T.) < :.\t.) irfnffitiu LB LB)
Ollb rt S. Thrown
United States Department. Gllbrrt 9.
Treasury A. Clrl 1t ofnrl the CIrriIt,. Ceurl. A. Cleric! Of Said. Court _
In And For Bradford Countr.FIm.'llHnbv Hv n..ul.h1.: Moody,
Deputy Cl'rlcFlrnt _
V. "'III'a&nCIA. Publication February
3/4 3t 3/18 Deputy Clerk "' 1071. PACIFIC ISLE _
4t 1.& teas 4t LSI f SLICED 14PORK "'It'' "
"" U.S. NO. 1 WHITE
.. #


20oz E/ 2 TO 49C

( CANS 1 $1 3 gsl l llwrllcr rrllrllr! 5ftC LB BAGCOMPARE'

0u iV e. r '.
--. DEL MONTE : : rrnrrir Pf
(4 PINEAPPLEJUICE ) 7 Ole Cold Drink Cups 'II cou'" 79c 89 e ice unfIcf FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS

White Paper Plates 9in..II.. r.. 69c 79. 10.

m"'Ar Aluminum Foil '00110010" 4/S1/ SI.16 tae

j f.t II'film Plastic Sandwich Bags '::o:?: 25c 33. 8. \: ........

t -:-:;.-=-- 46ozs Pantry Maid Lunch Bags cou'"' 25c 29. 4e

It may not be the coolest CAN CANS 97 cj Plastic Trash Bags .:-t0VM1 1t0' 49c 59. be i.... ,:':; L8 10 C

Scott Place Mats 1. .DUN' 35c 39. 4eY.

way to bank, butit Charcoal Lighter Fluid 01 cost 3/S1/ SI.17 17* CRISr" CIUO WHAPfID

is the quickest! COMPARE a.stw.. :.a. O. rlrOr 11'11. 4/97c/ $1.00 3< CARROTS l 10*
< P". '0 CrapefruitSections .et.r
.................. mo

Headed for work or play. shopping or Nice 'N Easy By Clairol! $1" S2 00 4IC Mandarin Oranges ,1 01 u- 4/S1/ SI.16 i i2l IlK OMI IIAUTT IATINO COOKIMO

swimming you won't have to even get Del Monte Carden Peas "N 4/S1/ SI.08. 8C: Ipana Tooth Paste '"i.ou.. / SI.76> 76C APPLE5..4.:45Red :

out of your car when you DRIVE-IN BANK Dart Sweet Peas 01 ..". 6/S1/ SI.26 26C Pantry Pride Orange Juice ":.'':.'' 3/l/ SI.17' |17t ritlSH PIIIM HIAOSCABBAGE

HERE! Start enjoying ,it noW; drive-In Shortening .:::':;: 85 age 4. Loving Care By Clairol SI19 S1.69 30C ........................ La 7t

bank today!
mfroo tow ft/ciilmtrwr tow men l rvrmir tow raicn V tvttrotr low niai mmintr tow miai viviiritr tow ma> introur tow men tvirt> r tow men

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fvfirtjr tow nxtt wmiror tow mu> irvfirojr tow mtti 1 (vrtro r tow ntcn f iro r tow PHICC li trwr tow nitnwnitrotr tow menlivriroxr towMicil

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One of 30 Bank of the-Florida NalSonal Group FRIES I I TABLETS* SHAVE
0-00 > 90< O / !

. Page 6 Telegraph Mar. 4, 1971


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.TIle recent. OF THANKS bereaVcmentwhldv Antique Show Cooper To AppearOn NOTICE

hM visited our home ----. LAWTEY ---- Starts March 5 'Hi Neighbor'Bob Parcel number 5552.
baa brought to us a greater Mr. L.L. Grant has made This change In classification
*n>rcUtoa of our friends. By Elsa: Lrta.eMM At Lake CityAn application to the Bradford has been given tentative approval -
Such UndnsssM and neighbor Cooper pastor of Morgan County Zoning Board for re- subject to public advertising
ly thougtilftilmss can never The Lawtey PTA will meet Mr. and )tn.Horace Cox of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas Antique Show and Sale Road Chape!, and owner- claaslflcatlon of the property; as specified In the soring
be forgotten --The family of Tuesday March 0, at 7:30 p.m. Waldo were ....ltIng Mr. and Scott have announced the arrivalof will be held at the Lake City; manager of Cooper's Nursery described below from tone R1Atonic. code: of Bradford County.
Emily Moore. Instead of me 2nd. Thomas Robert on National Guard Armory March! and Landscaping Service, will .
This la reminding' that Miss Mrs. Paul Pinions en Sunday.Mr. February a son 15. Mr. and Mrs. 5. 6. 7, with 25 dealers ex.hlbiting. appear on the HI Neighbor, Jim Tract 8 In NW.1/2 of NW-1/4) John Torode"Chairman
1 Ann Bell and Mist;Reba Thompson and Mrs. Paul DlnMns Jr. Ray Rosier are the paternal A free cruise to Nassau Watson program on Channel 12, Mount Pleasant Sub-division Bradford County Zoning
FLORIDA are continuing meet the and David of St.Augu.tlnespent grandparents. will be.the grand prize Jacksonville, Monday March except right-of-way In Sec
children for one hour after Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. DIn- John Westley and two sons awarded at 6 p.m. Sunday 8, at 6:43: a.m. 13 TWP 8 S R 22 E. 34oa2t 311RUBY
school each Thursday In the klns and Mr.and Mrs.C.F.Car- of Grand Ridge were supper March 7. ..
Boiling Chapel parked In front ter.Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur The show Is sponsored by NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
THEATRE of the City Hall. We hope all Beulah Norman and son. Stephens on Sunday. the Hydrangea Circle of the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
children will attend every Danny have returned from an Mrs. Leon Starling attended Lake City; Garden Club for the DOBBSNew
Thursday.At extended stay In Miami. a hair fashion show at the benefit of scholarship and chi 1ren' 1-
Notice Is that
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: the regular MYF meeting Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClel- Robert Myer Hotel on Sunday. ward of the Lake Short hereby given
Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 on Sunday evening Mr.and Mrs. lan and Rev. and Mrs. Knight Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Pearson Hospital. the undersigned In business Intends under the to Location. .. Ceramic SaleGLO'i
O.J. Boyett and Mrs. Robert were visiting Mrs. Cross In a family dinner Sunday. Hours for the show are from engage f
: gave fictitious name of Starke Hardware -
Trayler were""appointed as the Riverside Hospital and Mnt. The special occasion was the 12 noon to 10 pjn. on March 5 Rd. 16 At Rd. 121
Fri., Sat., Sun. counselors.CHURCH : Rudolph Hlgglnbotham In St. anniversary of their and 6; and from 12:30 to 6 Co., at 108 E. Call Streetin
new birthday
Starke, Bradford ;
: County,
March 5, 6, 7 Vincent's. Hospital on Wednesday daughter Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr. p.m., March 7. Admission Is Florida and that I will regis-; electric Raiford, Florida
by donation of$1.
and the children
Mr. Tatum
ter said name with the Clerkof
Double Feature Program Grace ACTIVITIES Danny Waters has returned and Mrs. Don Lee and baby en- the Circuit Court, Bradford COMPLETE Phone 431.1881
United after service
Methodist- In VIet- SERVICEMENMarine
day School 9:43: a.m., Worship nam and he and his wife and joyed the celebraUonwiththem. County; Fla. REPAIR SERVICE. Rowing Service Slip
e services 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m., son are residing here. Pfc. Thomas E. Lee Dated this 25th day of February WIRING KEATING $1.15 Per Gal
e e Mrs. Eugene Z. A.D. 1971 at Starke
MYF and
6 Choir Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Octa- son of Mr. lAIR CONHrnONINC.
Wednesday 8p p.m. and practice prayer via Nlcula on Sunday were her Pressure it being exerted on Lee, Startle 1'JUPromotedllohiapre.ent Bradford County Florida. Come Pour Your Own
Detroit 'lo strengthen the Moved To 314 N.
service 7 brother and rank while serving with --Ho L. Proctor sole owner.
ec p.m. Men's Fellow alster-in-law. Mr.
ship held their regular month and Mrs. Myle Hyde, and her bumper educational Then tot will need Third Infantry Training Bat. Starke, Fla.34.4t325. Walnut 24 Hrs. Green Ware Bisque

ly breakfast meeting Sunday mother Mrs. Goldie Myers on persuade the other campaign: driver to la talion at Marine Corps Base .Phone 961-8835 Finished Items
morning. all of Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Every one Is Invited Jacksonville.
His hit you/ there instead of} in the
Iscommon name for fifteen early minutes prayer every meeting week; fender or door, --;.-. '''- -.. QUANTITY RlONTf ._(_._._._win_ __
day morning until Easter.

,\ but his 18 Church a.m., of Worship God: Sunday services School II MEN'S I WHITE SHIRTRIOT

kind a.m. and 7 p.m.. Family night
r is rare! Wednesday 7 p.m., YPE Thurs
1 day 7 p.m.

.1 Highland Baptist: Sunday !
WAIT DlSln School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser-
vices 11 ajn. and 7
p.m., Prayer
GLLN0IFOBD asSM Services Wedneadav 7 p.m. / PERMANENT PRESS
followed by choir practice. :!'' i
; tnuNfully
HI Mrs. A.H. Harley of Stariie. re whirl Oacron fUlold luslrluf .
Sar ft Cotton.
Mrs. Ernest
Wells Mrs. Joe .
Q. Long
Dorko and Donna Green were In polnlod collar stylo ..
Barbervllle Sunday where Short sliovis cone ;.
III .\;. / they pockot. .'
.:!!!L were guests at a reception hon .'
rre"'t" :, (: I SUes 14 to IT .'
_.... ,.....,. oring Mr. and Mrs Kenneth .'
o.'u o.n..u"'O ''''' .'
IOW..O6 ,.....,._ Cosgrove a recent bride and '.'
PlusWAHB.PULEROF groom at the home of the ;.:

bride's grandmother Mrs.HK. .:':.:
Biggs. .'.
Charles Arwood of Alexandria .;...:..
Va. ....
was visiting his
THE ROCKIES! mother Mrs. Margaret Ar- 1 1 :::
wood, Friday to Tuesday. :
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Crlffls .:.
and Mr. and Mrs. Mamas Grlffls .
and their families visited ,::
r Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs., ( ..;..,
Daisy loch and Lynn duringthe .::::

g Ill[ Mr.weekend.and Mrs. Eugene McDonald .::'::;.,:

of Jacksonville were Sat- _, YOU SAVE 25% ::.::":::
urday visitors of their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J.D.
'i,53fN(4, Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser of llllli
Jacksonville spent the weekend
with Mrs. H.C. Wainwright. ; :

Jack Wainwright, Jan Jack
Jr. and David of Waycross Ga. Ntf Rh :, A f ..........
were weekend visitors of Mrs. ::::::::::
r A T.L. Wainwright MR. CLEAN
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch
visited Mrs. Mamie Futch In I Men tftin Just cluntr.
? ,, Cathedral Towers Nursing KILLER SPRAY .H-" For sea it htm, sate, MEN'S
Home In Jacksonville on Sunday ,
boat, ftt eyerytkag
____.-ow. __.. to 24 a rg 4 All F e rp neeuaa q ';eF PAJAMASMEN'S
kill flying & ,
> i A INSECT' crawling t ,' o'KIII'E
301 DRIVE-IN ,
Hather uppiri
$ ,7 r .
KIA ER Initcti, __ hnlni ft Instil.Ciidyiar ; e harsh tleovis collar.Long ,
itgAy wilt. Chitin
HEATRtE r -T't" Full cut 100'. '' .
w Mwwd YOU SAVI90% Black only. o .1 Sun A, 8, C. 0.
iA. "' FLAFRI.SAT. ( I I ,Off Sins S'i. to 12 7
__ Comlorl conitruction -
a ey o ,;,:. .
MARCH 5-6-- cri I : 2 8
.. sAVt ::. :::7

.,. 1.00 n e ,

norDRAQILA ; /AIr 1 T14 1 e

1 1 /
g f TiiEAGLE;

: MEN'S o t


''i TABLE Tricot lined. Longwearing BOYS' COTTON

starring CHRISTOPHER LEE .; ,,M'4.': 1 r. eels, / c BRIEFS
rd': 4'r r
with DENMS VWTERMAN JENNY HANLEY.. CHRISTOPHER' MATTHEWS ', r., # .. ( I' tI, I,. RADIOS Rich Slut cordovan E't' to color 12., t tr. 'I Sun S. M. L.
JOHN. J"r:: ,.. :"i7Pioduced YOU SAVI 157.
Saeenpliy by ELDER :: .t: br AIDA YOUNG' 111411 ::; YOU
Directed bv ROY WARD BAKER al..Imo..e, SAVE
.- -..-,.. ...........'--- MOOELPAPRIt 117.In
# + -., j.Y+
r,+ J t ,, w;:, Walnut pained cabmot ?_ I I
'r. Solld-Stato Instantaj'rk
ma ; OFFS sound Powerful !"
I round spoakir.



FRANKENSTEINstarring ,. y 100. Cotton.BIOUIO .
& SAVE ]17.
ihorl tit. "iiSlllf

%;r 1.00 .63 BRECK SHAMPOOS + lIt 1_0-05

Scioenplay by JEREMY BURkHAM and JIMMY SA-4GSUH .'.tUS:: ':::'i U.:;'!, 19 LIMIT 2
Product j .,d d"O

.. :: .. : .
IS heart 1 1f' 6/ OZ.
Attractive full panels
sl I tndagNml. _IF I I
'eLLP RALLY CREAM WAX IIMIT 2 73(. wnh lacy ditailt. NOirin
i t
Oat sit Maly ,. 1
are you a y Ufa* your ear In ?', I UI la/e/leg) jtis. P? 1.19 VALUI T /fabric, nylons
half an hour. 3AV131'X' stain acotitet.
enough YOU slues, M, L
I s
man SAV1347 PERSONNA ((74)) \ >wsou sJbv1 ]syl

enough? l arrrluu0 t Douau BLADES IDOl

::no 1rfI ti OI

/ / I a9<<< VALUI ,,


i' Solid back.or t GLOVES
Asserted colors
hacks.Cartlna .
: '\ ,split ( Liathor gltvi Incowhide. palely Use Indoors toiildeers. -.
a \ high i Llttlt league '
fashion stylo. eo + r
model. Spiral laced web '
.J @ YOU SAVI 1.00 y lop. YOU SAVE 1.00 + .i J
? ,
uemng \ t ,-, / AIsmIAAm anodlxodcopportono
2 Qnarttia

ARLENE TIGER-VASSIU LAMBRINOS.ANDRE LANDZAAT 1 / t a FT. hub i/ Esey kittlo.t. elaA.3A6 .

A Co-Produckon Dntrtufod byMADRIDROMEGINEMATION pw

/ .. IHDUSTKIES co orbr r oosw E _

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Our heart* really go out to
the ones who lost loved ones
last week. We also have a lot

of sick ones on our prayer

are all BO glad to tee
Mrs. Tiny Lovell home again.

We know our prayers have been J
Our Revival closed Saturday

night with a bar*. 1 think everyone -
really enjoyed It -- especially -
the children. It was

somewhat on the tcarey side,
but they really loved the Lord.
This coming Saturday nightIs
the Florida Youth! Fellow-
ship meeting at Pine Level
Church. Bobby Sapp formerlyof T
Starke, will be there with y

his choir from Tucker, Ga.
to sing for us. They claimto BF F PEO4

be really good< so every-
one Is Invited to come out
and hear for themselves. There

will also be a good speaker,

and served.refreshments will be PRICES GOOD MON., MARCH 1 thru

Our School down
Sunday was
some this pest Sunday. Just SUNDAY, MARCH 7

stop and think -- did your not /
being In the house of the Lord
help pull It down Bet YOU
went to work aU] right Monday


In ner PERSONALS Johnnie Mr.Lakeland were and visiting Oad Mrs.Sunday Dobbs Paul the afternoon.was Lewises Faulk-the E R I B r SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED

heads Sunday Whitehead, Sr.guest Mr.and of and daughter the Mrs.A.B.Charles,White-MIch- B E F 99ti

elle, were visiting the senior oJs HAM $
Whiteheads Tuesday afternoon.Mr. d
and Mrs. J.B. Whitehead lt n..1r
have ;r MI I 'wr
a new grandgcn> born last

Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Jim- "
for the Week Gossip ;
: 5 'ry
like soft soap, Is mostly OR .; ;, s31o


LB. AV6.

wish to thank everyonefor
their thoughtfulness duringthe LB.

Illness and death of our 4 CAN
beloved father. Especially the
doctors and hospital staff who LB
stood by. The food that was
brought In. the lovely flowers
and all the kind things that

were said and one were greatly
appreciated. The R.L. Batten

Notice, Of N..... Of) Ber.OBB
AppearliiaI'o. II. 0....... OC
Abandoned. Property Rib Roast $1USOA
Pureuant to Sertlon", 11 of n.
.Chapter 717 Florid. < Statute.. .
ntltlod u.IUon
of Unc-lalnrvad< Properly Act" SAVI ie IWl'W.1E'Tt1' ASH
nolle U hereby given thAt

property clalmd to personal be presumed tho owner.or ftntanirlbla abandon.of un\ CriscoOil./ . ::1:' / Steaks s I59WO.

-1-0337-0011.. Abraham. Mai.vln .
or Thom1>IOn, Ellaabeth.Lwt.y .

Oolfon.Wall Florida A".ncy-P.y.; I9r.101010005.Lemuel.. John.Btarke.H.. C.C. Potato Chips. .2 Ground $ : :

Peterton.IA Purchaser Cnrrl:, ;E. or 1-0101-0003 WllrredJ. j / 1 1 1 1 Beef. 5 > >

.. Itt I Box SD. fllarlce. Flor. llml. 1 H,. ..! I %. .. m.k.,, ... ,.,, ,.,., .
Ida, 1-0101-0004 u.s. (01 Hlh- '
wav Aaaoolatlon. Inc. by A. J. 1AVI III THIIfTTAIAlO ''* THKI'TV MAIOSEAN, VtGIT* l( CHIX > ICI. MIX NOODll a
Thomas. PreMldent Ouy An.

drew Information. Treasurer onf.rnlna- the Tomatoes.
amount or description of the 1 6JAVI37 / 1 Mushroom Soup 1 8 88THiirTr
Property and the namo .nd ...d.sire. .
.. hinder be obtained
the may
by any por.onir ...,....... "
inn an tntrreit In the proner- AITO* FKUir .' MAID cs a

ty Mate DtvlHlon.Frod by, Comptroller addre.elnic Abandonuil Canltol.0 Dlcklnaon.a in Tallaha.aae.Admlnletrntor Property Inquiryto Jr.... > ocktail..5iltfli / 1 W. K. Corn..6DlOUlAir 1 1

Florida Bo sure to mention ac ,
count number name and eJ.Ore. *-> wttH *>y -pj.rtrt.ier Iwrfiftfj. lf> ftitjSUr
.. l* *AND Qtrt.) .
aa published In this no. ( AND W/IRON/ .
proof of. owner
tlce. Urrleaa
.hlp I. preeented' ,to the holder
by May IS. 1971. the propertywill 5MVtriNI
be delivers\ M the Ad. Margarine. 1 Enfamil..4,.lor. Thor.aU..r..1I .
further claim mint be directedto 1'I
the Adrnlnletrator.f / .
red O. Dlcklnaon, Jr. MONTI
A. Administrator

In The CI..U C,;'art 1.1t Of FI..t. Mf....- Puddings..2HOW : : Tomato IprrIIIIVI: '.' :J:'
.. ...And Elahlk For Bradford.......1.1 Circuit.In Coimty.. j <

C"oraTd'! Horne, Plaintiff.
>v.. Miriam 1. Horn Defend.

ant.Notice TO%fa Mre.: Euiit Miriam D Of'Border W.Suit I.Keen Horn Road Towels._.4 wif: :' Peaches.[ . 5 88lUMRIKANO

Madden hla..achue.tte
You are hereby. notified! that
.n action for divorce hoe beenfiled OArriMI I J-Cl lie OVKNIOMTPampers GBADI 'A' f ISH PLOKIDA All WHITI I
airalnat you and you are
required to serve a. copy
to your It on written Ela'' dnfeneei.8. Hund.If r.. any Attorney .. 1 1 1 Large Eggs. 2 88C:
for Plaintiff,. .who* ad.are. .
.. l t. 138 Weal. Call Street.p. .
0 Box al. "'.rko. Florida
and fit* the original. with the
Clerk of the
Court on orhefor March Ilit,
; otherwln m ,Judgment
m"y b* entered turalnat you
for the relief demanded In the Quontity Right. tUt rvdWINN
Comnlalnt.I OlXII STOIfl, INC.- and the
Wltne.e Inv
SAVE of ull! Court nn the SZOd THRIFTY MAID 30C
dav of February, 1171.

Gilbert(SEAL) B Brnwn. Cleric LIPTON BAGS OF
tiy Bculnh M. Moody
Duputy Clerk
1d 4t 1.21

Notice Of AdoiXlaB Of R..I.. p I

tlun...1.....of....Honrd. .Cfinvtr Portloei Cam Ol*
t'oufr Graded Road Aa4 A.. '
rtnlrnn, In Ll... k.rrof A War r.. A lout rOrndril Mabage
Road Fee Puklle Vt.. ,
to Hh.m It Mar C......:
Notice |I. hereby lien thaton
March. 1. 11111 In (accordance 1 Limit I choice w.lh $7 50 or more
with Sectional JH 08 through limit One Wllh$7'OO'"ho.r.cludinSlc/Sla'1/ 0 LBS. / [ Including Cigarette
13e.12. Fkirlila Statutes. the
board of County Oommlvrrion*
.reof Bradford County i'lor- goo cT.b .
.Ulwt... adopted a Resolution clog TEAMBAGS'o' 88c
Ing: vacatlnic I "and .bandonln
portion of county traded roM
d....rlb." a M follower
A county graded road h&v
One a point of beginning ao-
Eoxlmately 110 feet from the
oorowof 8W(4'(" of
Jl/W''44" and mvandirlna; ,throughthe .
Southeast corner thereof
to A point on the Southerly
boundary of said quarter sec.
tlon approxlmateir 419 feet
from. the Boutliuet corner
.nd. renounclnaand. dl"'olalm-
In" any right- of the County
.nd Public In and to the land
Z lying within the aonflnaa of
mid aforedoerrlBfld J ands
And In lieu thereof ccevtlnitv
aubMltutlon" dacrlMd a the
E..t'O feet of I the SWK oNW <
>/> of Section It Town.hlo
7 South. R nir. II East aa e
I public right wf ...".10 be maintained
by the County.Dat.d107th1le .
A. let car of Uarob.

Of County CommWloa.
'rgf Bradford t tare Oaunty
Gilbert fl. Brown
Cler''k..s. Mid Bard
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The Death Of A Lake 1 1: > EDITOR,

It's a sad thing to see a lake die. legislation to ban or regulate the sale I

of laundry detergents containing phos- (end ). .
Fortunately those in the Starke and quote
phates. Already the sale of any detergent afflicted wWi
Keystone Heights area have thus far with or without phosphates ; are thank Godl!
escaped a lingering death-- but it Is Illegal in Suffolk County N.Y. where everyone should
could happen, even here. the underground water supply was officials know
threatened with pollution. And laws about retaining
It happened to Lake Erie and it our High School
are already on the books making the I
happened to Lake Apopka In Florida. sale of phosphate detergents Illegal a number circu-
are being
It has happened, or Is even now happening by 1972 In Chicago, Detroit, and Akron, spirited citi
to many other bodies of water Ohio. I the Board of
that once provided food and recreationfor to keep him

masses of men. Dr. James A. Lackey, the well- position as prin-

known marine biologist, who residesat
A lake like almost any of nature's Melrose, recently made a study
creations can take a great amountof of KIngsley Lake at the request of a
abuse but there time whenman's ,
comes a
group of property owners, and gave
thoughtless assaults prove fatal, the encouraging report that this lake,
and the lake sickens and In Jr.
dies. fact, ;
apparently Is in a healthy conditionas St.
the naturalists tell us that a lake .
far as pollution is concerned.
begins to die the moment It is born.

Ordinarily the process takes millionsof Sfarke Girl I

years. Only man, in his thoughtless Even here however Dr.
and offer as-
carelessness the
can speed
warned: "If, however the human population
process.A around the lake Increases significantly daughter Informed

healthy lake like most of ours and all are permitted to extensive efforts
will have use septic tanks for sewage and waste get her on her
in this area, a satisfactory Sue Edwards
oxygen balance In the deep water because water disposal, eventually larger-than- member of Bradford's 16-year-old top cat- I was there truly are grati still
microscopic plant life will give normal quantities of the nutrients, tle raising family has won like yourself left
off free oxygen which can then be nitrate and phosphate are going to the grand championship of the today. The major-
used by deep-water animal and fish reach the lake. The consequences of North Florida Livestock Show not want to get
life. But once the destructive processof this will be the development of green and Sale. for the third straight
eutrophication passes a certain point "blooms" of algae and microscopic year.It marks the fifth as It may be,
year a heart-felt
and the oxygen balance is disturbed animals In the upper layers of water. member of the J.M. Edwards I your my help and I
it is not easy to restore the lake to This can withdraw oxygen:: from the Jr. family has won the Madison the day arrives
health again. lower layers especially at night and show. Tom Edwards showedthe .
especially as these blooms die and grand champion In 1966, ,

This happened in Lake Apopka, whose"waters" are decomposed by bacteria. Under 1967 Zack, and had Sue the has top come animal through In Pine Drive

are now described as "algae these circumstances: there might be Fla.
soup" not fit for man or fish. Fer- peat formation in the bottom or an cc'cc !
accumulation of debris there shorten- : : ::::: > : :<:
tilizer from surrounding farming :
operations_ was. allowed_ to seep.into ing the life of the lake. for the trip
the lane ana uus, logemer wiui pnus- ypit414 : Telegraph paper.
phate from detergents, and pollution Dr. Lackey was also distressed by : It very much and
from nearby industries, caused an the utter carelessness and inconsideration Crowson for the

advanced state of eutrophlcation(over- of many who use the lake and, : f for showing that he us made:the

fertilization) increasing plant life In contribute, by their actions to the :R=: '>' _... ( you work with,
the lake until all free oxygen was possible shortening of Its life In his us bow the
used up.Now report he said: "Such things as washedin By Delano Thomas before they come
clay or other soil; discarded cans, ; and for all the
more than a million dollarsis bottles, old automobile tires wood The all-out membership drivel you showed us.
being spent In an attemptwhich and other solids should be prohibited. off to a flying start with ,
may or may not be successful to It is frightening to see the enormous the following new members receiving -
a warm welcome during
Lake numbers fr cans In the water to depths Crowson
restore Apopka to its former
January and February: Mr. and .
healthy condition. Even then this will of twenty feet, and bottles of course Mrs. Lamar Shaw, Mr. and : 513
be a small amount as compared with are Invisible. Even If the cans were Mrs. Marion Harrington, Mr.
the loss In revenue resulting from all tin or Iron, their oxidation (rust- and Mrs. Jimmy Bowen, Mr.
the closing of a score or more fishing Ing) would take a very long time. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Mr. and
camps which once surrounded this As for aluminum or plastics, it Is Joe Mrs.Covlngton Ed Cole and Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and

popular lake. not possible to set a time when they Mrs. Bill Wilson, all of Starkeor

would no longer exist." KIngsley Lake; Andy Anderson ...
Many communities are seizing the Lake Butler; and Dr. Dan! Church.'S

bull by the horns with emergency With his comment and advice, Dr. Cox How's, Ralford.that for a start? Let's
measures designed to save their lakes Lackey concluded his report: "Man keep up the good work.
before It is too late. Housewives In historically ruins his waterways and
pollution-minded Lake County will not 5 .
lakes. But an organization of lake
be able to purchase detergents con- dedicatedto
property owners, strongly
taining phosphorous after next January The member-guest tourna-
preventing physical or chemical ment and permissive'I ti
covered dish
1 I. when a law banning their sale takes supper
misuse of this lake can keep It in last Sunday were a huge success
effect. its present beautiful clarity: and clean with 27 members and 45
liness." guests crowding the course ona
The U.S. Congress, a dozen or more beautiful spring afternoon. ( I

state legislatures, and several local A word to the wise is sufficient. More members a liberal and sprinkling guests, Including of"chlllun" z 1 1i i

governments are now consideringWho's When do we start? joined the playersfor ,
a sumptlous supper. Seems
that each gal bringing In a de- ;
lectable dish was trying to out- I
do the others In producing a
gourmet treat. At least, no i j
Perfect? one went away hungrythat'sfor ( ) of F Breaker, pic-
sure. Let's have anotherone exhibit in the
real soon ( ). ,I
A famous French philosopher once vnaet vnoue' ROMtSfrdcly ,. 0e .
said.'hen my friends are one- qu QROt't

eyed, I look at their profile." :Maybe + ,r Action sped The everyotherWednesdaynight Bingo games are going ijl

that is the trick to having friends : \\ louder than over real well\ with everyone j j

recognizing their imperfections and Word S., a having a lot of fun. Winnersat was scheduled for j
the last
q game were Lynn
liking them an how. If have
you any 't4 \ Moxley, Lee Sanders Vernon .
friends you can be sure that con :% ,i ,,. Silcox, Perry Bryan, L.M. of program with
trophies was
Gaines, Gladys Thomas, Cal
sciously, or unconsciously, they are Calhoun, Blsh Bishop Imogene p.m., with the
doing this for you. i Bryan, and Gwen Moxley. The : Clark to start at auction-7 p.m.
has door prize went to Nancy Gunter as
Everybody shortcomings, but i 1
Games will be played this
everybody has long-comings too. if =1 Famous Last Words month on March 10 and 24, steers In GaInes-

you have the wit to find them. You I BINGO 8 p.m.! Come on out and Charlene: Sue Edwards Melvin,,

probably have more shortcomings than v and Mike Emery
( ) Melvin
you suspect and would be unhappy C. Dennis ,Rhoden Ricky

indeed if your relatives or friends ( )

harped on them. Why not give othersa Social activities at the club steers and FFA are mem-being

break, why not accept them and have really received a shot Alachua
in the arm under the capable .
them "warts and all"? Emphasize direction and Inspiration of the
their good qualities. Keep in newly appointed Social Com -

mind that old story of the preacher" mittee; :Art Ben Patray Moxley, ,Merrill chairman !| Seminar I

officiating at a funeral for the town'smost Struth, and the following copies -

unpopular citizen who asked Brian Hamtltons, Bobby
the "mourners" to bear in mind that Fred Barkers, Delano Thomas H Coordinator

"there were times when he wasn't as es, and Vernon Silcoxes. This education, Flo-
bunch has more things their :
mean as he was other times. up \ of Education,
'. I sleeves than Houdinl, and the director of
next bright spot on the calen- Vo-Tech
dar Is a Country-Rock Jamboree Rose Smith,CRE:
set for Saturday
workshop co-
nIght March 27, $5 couple.
The Bradford County :; -i ( A title like that could covermost the day's effort
anything and
TELEGRAPH .p. .. ? -- so come out probablywill and see : Education." from They the
what the action Is. Dress will
ESTABLISHED IMfl '..,..., be casual andIorcountry-weat- broad spectrum
technical and a-
41teBbleAnd ern. The social committee will In their presen
MIMIIa He said unto them. meet March 26 to create the Includes guidance,

FLORI A ESS Where Is your faith (St. proper (country-western atmosphere agriculture
complete with
cows .
Luke 8, 23.:>> ) we wonder?) Industrial
AS TON When distressed by arts, techni-
; troubles we feel unable to e business edu-
# overcome or faced with tribulations others
that seem beyond our Stag Nights for the Big )
.. I.. MATTHEWS. t4U.F....... well heed I Swingers continue, with the
strength we may Casey
....... each Thonday tad ascend a* 9eewd the question the Lord Jesus data this month announced as Bradford Super-
CUM Matter at Tie Feit Office at S4wt, Florida asks us, as He asked it of His March 3, 17,and 31.Come early : as resource County
War .Lit ef March Jr.., U7t.i disciples. Strong in our faith stay late-- plenty of activity. !; atternoon work
............. .i rade. ..... 1 nor .....1; 0...... that God Is ever willing and 1 (Entertainment with Fruit Jar:).Ben Let at Herb the1 Grille Her- ; .trators.Vo-
trad. ..... ? Instructors
1 yew, 4SJMtr. ready to help we shall always res know if you want to be
be sustained. counted In. persons
developed with the help of Mar- | sessions on the
II.. 107< ocv-'oational:
n.- TrlrsrJt! : !. specialties.

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Member-Guest Tournament And

Braves Whip Supper at Country Club Sunday WATCH FOR

were awarded: Highest score, SWARMINGTERMITES
Twenty-seven; members and 9 holes, Ronnie Thomas, high-
45 participated In a
guests \
BHS 52-40 member-guest tournament at est score, one hold, Blaine

the Starke Golf & Country Club Thompson.
Following the tournamenta
Sunday afternoon.
covered dish
; Winning tropics for first place family supper
by the largest number -
was enjoyed
was the team of George Roberts
of members and guests to
Season Ends
and Warney Atkinson.
ever attend one of these events.
Second place was won by Dr.
x Guests welcomed by
11.11. Adams and Dr.A..J. Barry
; .
Carl Lamar Johns, club presi-
third, by Ralph Bryan and Drew
dent, who extended an invita-
Palatka South staved off Reddish fourth by Delano Tho-
k STATISTICS tion to join the club and enjoy
I, .rtq late third period Tornado ral mas and F.R. Carradlne: and lie
the use of all facilities. announced -
ly to defeat Bradford 52-40 fifth, by Vernon Sllcox and
Score by Quarters: that bingo is being
in the first round of the Dis- C.R. Hutchcson. other Wednes-
Bradford 9S158-41) played
trict 5 Class A play-offs in Near pin was on No. 2 (or every
(March 10 and 24
Palatka 18 4 8 20- 52 day night
Green Cove Springs last Thursday 11)) hole was placed by Jerry this month) and Is proving a
ending the 1970-71 basket- BRADFORDJohns 1-0-2; Reese (guest) and John Watson popular addition to the social OR BETTER STILL
ball (member).
season. Wright 2-0-4; Newsome 2-1-5; Long putt on No. 9 (or 18)) calender. LET
The charity line again spelledthe Henry 6-0-12; Murphey 2-2-6; was made by Blake Cheek Herb llcrres, club pro, announced -
t'j j difference between victory McKinney 2-2-6 Totals 17-6- upcoming events for
( ) and II.II. Adams ( OIIIDA
_ _______ guest mem-
and defeat as the Braves shot 40, ber). the Men's and Ladles Golf As-

I 32 free throws compared to The following novelty prizes sociations. SToHTIot

i i Cory Melvin, Dean John, and Tim Murphy were major award winntrt for Bradford's 7. Both teams made ATKAlohnson 7-7-21; e
17 field Hunter 9-2-20; Golden 0-1-1; ,.
grid performances.Athletics. goals.In UdUU -- ------ --
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the first half Bradford's Alexander 1-0-2; Sheppard 0- @r1..Cy. ,M

shooting was cold while tile 6-6. Totals 17-18-52. CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE
Braves were hot. By the quar-
ter, the Braves had built up
Wholesome an 18-9 lead. "In the second J.
period, Palatka increased their |! Country Music Show I I1st

lead to as much as 16 points, ..
but we made a real good run and 3rd Saturdays |1
at them and at the half we r ; Why T." Chance

: Coach Dickey Says"Nothing were Coach only Mike Sexton.down by 7," said I' UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL I CALL

, "We real good In the
third period and tied them up 8:00: ) P.M. ;':: 964-5745

32 all at the end of the third : Y'AI.L COME; @i
Then we Just lost our
quarter. -
more wholesome bowl In many years, the 1953 Highlight of the annual football momentum and Palatka regained tL.2>-=2 !:1RR::?:Fi.:=+sf3rivR::l: .:.':?*3'S>:d: W7D7j9 YArf9f4:>:fS:R?.Cb'::G:+::3'1:::>k'd:::::.2r 7 t;.{

can happen" to a youngster Gator Bowl, remembers playIng fete is the presentation of theirs," Sexton said.
I than the experience of com- In Starke as a high schooler outstanding player awards. "Their free throws definitely ,
petitive athletics University of Top award winner was a boy made the difference.
Florida Football Coach Doug He remembers playing a- who Coach David Hurse said Bradford made 6 of 7 free Be ieve !If Or Not It's

Dickey told players and par- galnst Jack Hazen, a former "epitomizes the spirit of this throws for 86 per cent, white
rents at .the annual Bradford award Tim who
Bradford High quarterback and was Murphey Palatka connected on 18 of 32
High Football Banquet last received the coveted Sports- for 51 per cent.
Thursday night. Dickey pitcher.also played college manship Award and was named Pirate Willie Johnson was Almost Summertime !
the 1970 Outstanding Lineman Again
football with BUS Coach David the game's leading scorer with .1
Dickey, who attended P.K. Hurse. He told BUS footballershe lie was the only double award 21, followed by Tony Hunter's
Yonge High School in Gainesville winner. --rg
"had the opportunity of holdIng 20.Malachi 1 14r'
went out for football at Henry was the only s
quite a few extra points "Tim, you are very worthyof
the llF without a scholarshipand that Hurse swung that bare these awards," Ilurse told Tornado In double figures with

became the quarterback who foot at." the youth he has termed the 12 points. w .
led the Gators to their first Football, the former outstanding "athlete's athlete" Murpheyis

coach at the Universityof the only player to letter *
Tennessee, said, "has to be four years In football In the "
bigger than win or lose." Only 14 years Hurse has been at

the professional athlete plays BUS. : x %
for profit, Dickey said. But in i
college and high school coaches Outstanding Back Award wentto T '
DR. D. W. WIIIFFEN try to develop personal char- Dean Johns who quarterbacked ir- ::: + tv"

OPTOMETRIST: acter In players. the Tornadoes and
The University of Florida kicked extra points and field v

Announces he is now in football team Is the greatest goals. There has been no bet- ,

hi" new offices. rallying point of UF students. ter passing performance on
Dickey pointed out. Nobody else Bradford !Field that he can re- uSy "
Located At at the UK can get together at member Hurse said of Johns' .
against I'ernan- .; .. ". !
one time 17,000 students, 25- performance .t. ,'t: '
207 S. Walnut Street 000 alumni, and 20,000-plus dlna Beach In 1970.

Phone 961-6311 other supporters, the Head Ga- Most Improved Lineman A- 6 +* o>s ., ,jM.t.Jf\

Starke, Fla. tor stated.A ward went to sophomore Gary ... ,
local Junior college administrator c ,' ,, ..J
who had hang up a- ,
Melvin a .
t. '*_ ..
Dickey said, told him bout playing center, but ended .......... "

that the Junior college's greatest the 1970 season as the starter ... ,Pj'
problem is that It cannot there. Melvin was a guard, i ,
relate to the community. No center, and linebacker. '
football is played in Florida i ,

Junior colleges, Dickey said. Team Mascot RIcky Johns, .- v__ ___ ..
But put football there and the son of Mr and Mrs. Handy -
Then not to hot, Stella -- --
Junior college would becomea Johns, also received a trophy .
completely different identityto from Coach Ilurse. "He'll bea Costello glumly shows. Willie Newsome ,
ties the
the community.; Big Red Tornado in the very I
"If you can learn to be a near future," the Head Tor- Jimmy Hicks nabbed 16 rebounds game up 32 all late in the
successful athlete, you can nado stated. ,.Bradford's season high vanity game Thursday
r '. learn to be a successful citizen for one man. The Tornadoes night and scored 5 pointsin

," Dickey said Two cheerleaders June Har- grabbed 43 rebounds in all, the District Tournament
AakE. Football teaches a player to dy and Debra Prevatt, received while shooting 34 per cent from
jse whatever type of ability special awards for their workin the floor

Chaday ne possesses, Dickey said. It selling $1,500 in football
makes second effort become program ads. '

part of a player's personality. HAMPTONBy
Add discipline to those traits, Friend of the Team Awards Jacksonville ,

.4 and a player can become a were presented Carl Lamar
Johns .' successful member of a team, Johns and Olin White. Johnsis Mr. D. E. nin ,
the Gator coach said. president of the 1970-71

About This Question: Boosters Club NEW STOP alGVS' UP Business

streets boasted new stop
"Inflation Is having Its effect Red Tornado Jackets were City
last week completing a
upon( auto repair! costs and per- presented players who letteredfor signs
council In the
sonal injury awards, the latter MaxvilleTruck the first time: !Mike Bran- city project DirectoryAuto b
for some time. Mounted on pipe
now'often run to $50,000 and Stop and son, Marty Meng, Joey Bran- and set in cement, the signs 4
Charles Wright,Brad Car-
over. Does the Charley E. son intended for protection of
Johns Agency offer a $100,000auto RestaurantJ&S ter, Dennis Crawford, Bobby motorists and pedestrians a- 1
liability policy for a rela- Dyal, Randy Casklns,Gary Mel- lihe--not for vandals' toys. Snles and Service
ManagementOpen vin, David McCutchen, and
tively small premium increaseover With rain and fine weather
a $20,000 policy?" 24 Mrs, Wayne Tetstone. almost all the trees except pecans Parrish MotorsSALES

Dally T' o. Red blankets have burst forth for spring. .
Charley E. were presented .. .. .
Ample Parking N+ to captains Jimmy Alvarezand Dogwood plum, and pear trees ,. ,- <:: -
are blooming, joining the co'orful """ ;. "11 = :.
JOHNS AGENCY Visit Onr] Gift Shop Len Register. redbud trees that have SERVICE .".- -I:: ... =- ;,
Call 232-5111!] For Take Out PARTS VOLVO .... .... .
Silver footballs were presented been In bloon.zalcas splashof '. ..;.4 -'-. ;;
131 So. Walnut St. Jet. 301 & 228 all-conference players Tim color has been missing with --::'" -
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Maxville the frost and dry weather, but ... ... _
.. 964-5079 Florida Murphey and Danny Jackson, Always Good Vied Cars .s..
tf to Murphey for making all- the last week has brujgh some :;,-- : -=r4 ..' .

_1 area first team, and to Len Into blossom. The sunshine has 1/21/ Laura St. Ph. 358-5654 -- =-..,;. -,_ ....-
Register for all-district hon- also !brought the people out o{ -- --
ors. doors, clearing, plowing plantIng Kr.KCTHir( MOTORS( -'-
--and with fishing poles.

JACKSON I PEDDLERSBUILDING Coach puree", asked playersand
parents to "stick with us BIRTHDAY P.\RTY PEA VY Brother -.. --

over the long haul." The Tor- Carl Dennison celebrated his
2SLL LmSSl SSLm nado gridders finished the 1970 thirty-ninth birthday Sunday Electric Co., The Children Will Be Out Of (Of School)
season a 3-6-1 record
evening with a cake and ice
UNITED FOR SERVICE QUALITY & VALUE BUS is In a period when cream with friends at the Dennison Electric Motors And In Event IVIosl
there Just isn't the numberof home. Present were Mrs. S"ll Serviced Rep.ilnxt 1 Any ; People We I Be
good athletes as there couldbe Generators Staler Armature
Sol* Extended Frances Wadsworth Mrs.Clifford -
Hurse said, but "stay withus Prevatt, Danny Denmark, Rewinding Planning A Vacation.
Through March 13th' /iecials and we'll make It." Mr. and Mrs. Marklee !Norman ; 404( Lrnox! Jax 387,2;;28

Ilurse pointed to key InjurIes and daughters, Mr and """"

Open All to fullback Dale Johns, Mrs. AC, Dennison and the .PIANOS, Do You Have The 111one/1'O .
P- center Farelon McClellan,halfback guest of honor ,

Day Sat. Jimmy Alvarez, and a YAMAHA: PIANOS
pre-season Injury to promising PERSONALSHenry CONK and KIMBALL Your
sophomore Gray Flynn, and Walter VVeldemann ORGANS Vacation ?
Quality BLP TRUCK LOAD which kept him out almost the left for their home In Penn-
sylvania Monday, after spend-
entire season, as some reasons
MOBILE PAINT Paneling Sale for the 3-6-1 mark. ing the winter months here. How About
Henry Weldemann's son, who
20% OFF 4' x 8' 3 Patterns The BUS mentor apologizedfor had been visiting with them
McKay Line for several days also left Mon
forgetting to mention Flynnat
$10.00( order for the VACATION ACCOUNT
on or mar the banquet as being one of day trip north.
Guests of Mr and Mrs. Lynn
PER the injured players. He terms
Ceiling Tile Special SHEET 2.95 Flynn "a fine athlete and one Hall last Thursday evening fora
who no doubt would have helpedus fish supper were Mr. and At First Federal Of Slarke
Mrs. Harrison of Starke", and "SWINfiEK"
3 Beautiful Pattern 38"x 4' x 8' a great deal. Flynn was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson KIMRALL
Injured in the jamboree OUfiANS
pre-season -

ONLY PREFINISHEDWood roc sq. It SHEET ROCK and played, required only knee a few surger min-, ford L.A.of County Raiford Wvnn Hospital was taken last to Brad-Wed Roosevelt1811388; 8519"" OPEN IT TODAY !

utes in the latter part of the
Reg. $2.10( season nesday after suffering a heart WESTERN STOKE
attack. .
10% OFF Coach John Reeves also apo- Mr and Mrs. Larry Beden- LITTLE DUDE eon ,TOURS -to alp .
baugh and baby daughter of
M.89Peel 1 logized for leaving Terry Wilson .
r.Mr-s. u f'm rSAVINGS
Deland visited
Regular Low Price off the Junior varsity; ros here last Sun- cos s.a".
day with the Leland Beden- Western Store u
ter. Each player was recognizedat
'Rcj (die baughts and Mrs. ML. Watter- ..o LOAN ASSOCIATION
& Stik Flintkote the banquet, as is custom 7
; son lie Is Mr. Leland Bedenbaught's -
34 at Bradford High. Western Clothing Leathergoads f
FLOOR TILE Sq. Ft. grandson. Saddle and Tralleis V I
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"Football probably as closeto Mr and Mrs. William West ,
Charles & Sharon Petty aaq-
the game of life as you'll of Gainesville were Sunday visItors -
N. Cherry Behind Cadillac Phone 96 -6078 find anywhere," Hurse told the of Mrs. TF. Brown. 902 S, Kdrewmid 384-1210

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Mrs. Arch Ellington

I L (Y4daa4ted Mrs. Maggie Ellington 89,

of Starke, died Wednesday,Feb.
24, In Bradford County; Hospital t t

_n_ ___..__.,___ _ ___ _un_...___ __.. after an extended illness. She
was born on Oct. 29, 1901 in :
Nassau County, the daughter of
Andrew J. Gill! Robert L. Batten the late Moses and Luvenla
Strickland., ,, She was a member

Andrew Joseph OHI. 41. Robert L. Batten 86. died of the New Congregational HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST
of .Lake, died CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Study 10 a.m.;
Kingsley Monday Monday, Feb. 22, In Bradford CHURCH '" Sunday: Bible
Feb. 22, In the Lake City; Vet- County; Hospital after a brief Surviving Is her husband 422 N. St, ClaIr Sl. Starke. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. BAPTIST MISSION Morning Worship and Communion -
Arch Ellington, and one daughter Sunday School 9:45 a.m. behind Tastes -
: : U.S. 301 North,
School 10 MornIng
erahs Hospital after an extended Illness. He was born In Clay Sunday a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m.Youth Service. 11 a.m. Evening
Mrs. Adro Brown, both of Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Freer Drive In. Sunday
Illness. lie was born County on September 30, 1884 Worship, 11 ajn. Sunday Fellowship, CI p.m.Choir Practice Worship service, 6.
; Starke two sons,Harlls Ellington Service 8:00 Evening Worship School 10 a.ln Worship Service
: pan. ,
In Savannah Ga. on April 20, and was a lifelong resident of ; Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night Wednesday 8 p.m. Wednesday Worship service:
Lake Butler; and Leon Ellington 7p.m. Wednesday 7:30 Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch : 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
1929 p.m. : Jack P. Bell.
a He :
was heavy equipment the Starke area. was a retired Service 7 p.m. Minister
Starke Meet
two sisters Wednes-
; Thursday night Meeting, Friday, 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
operator. and member
farmer a
Mrs. Ollle Tyson and Mrs. A- 7:30 .
p.m. Kldd
Rev. Y.W. pastor.
Surviving are three daugh- of Hope Baptist Church.: melia Crawford both Starke; Ivy Luke Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive, pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN:
ten Mrs. Richard: Campbell Surviving are his wife, Lilly and School 10 Morn- CHURCH
eight grandchildren. Sunday a.m. Grlf as, associate pastor.
Jacksonville: ; June Lynn GUI, Padgett Batten; six sons, Funeral services: were held SMYRNA MISSIONARY Ing Worship, U.Training Union, Sunday School 10 a.m.,Morn-
of Texas, and Deborah Gill, Charles W. Albert L, Earl R.,
at 3 p.m. Friday In the New BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30.: Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
Colorado; three sons, John and and Lawrence: W. Batten, all of DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Michael: Gill, both of Texas, Starke; Robert J. Batten Congregational Methodist 633 W/- Pratt St. Sunday ser Sunday School 9:30: ; Training BROOKER Worship, 7.James Shaw pastor -
and Ronald Gill, Colorado; his Gainesville, and Claude E. Bat- Church at Starke with Rev Don- vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Worship BE'IIEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- .
father John II. Gin, Kingsley ten, Jacksonville; three daugh- ald Willis and Rev. C.H. Rho- Preaching: 11 a.m. Training U- 11 a.m.; Evening Worship Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7
Lake; a half brother WilliamH. ters, Mrs.Anna Fender.Starke den officiating.: Interment was nion. 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: Inr Worship 11 ajn.: Evening p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Graham, Starke; and sev- Mrs. Elsie Plggot, Hawtttoine In Santa Fe Cemetery: under ship. 7 p.m.Everyone: welcome. Wednesday. WorshIp 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev! Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER. FLA.
eral grandchildren. and Mrs. Helen Jones, Benton direction: of DeWitt C. Jones -Elder A.G. Flynn. pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West. Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sun-

Funeral services: were held Harbor, Mich.: ; two stepsons Funeral Home. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
at 10 a.m. Thursday, Fob_ 24, Homer and L.E. Padgett both CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Superintendent.Training
at the graveside In Crosby Lake of Starke; one stepdaughter, OF PROPHECY BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:45: P.m. Lowell Douglas
Cemetery: with Rev. Robert D. Mrs. Mildred Batten, Starke; Mrs. Edith Moore Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director: Worship Services: 11
Burch officiating: Intermentwas one half sister, Mrs. Rosle Worship, 11 a.m. Young Union 7 P.m. Evening wor- Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. Fred Johns, pastor. a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music -
In the family plot under Cur tin, St. Petersburg; 27 People's Service: 6 p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship : director.:
direction: of DeWitt C. Jones grandchildren, and 25 great Miss Edith Moore, 62, died Evangelistic Service: 7 p.m. service, 7:30 p.m. Everyone: 6 P.m. Training Union
Funeral Home. grandchildren. Tuesday, Feb. 23, In Bradford Wednesday Prayer Meeting, welcome.L.L.: 7 p.m. Evening Worship. EVERGREEN BAPTIST JIEILBRONNPTJST '
f'unoral services: were heldat County Hospital after an extended 7:30: p.m. Come and worshipwith Parker, pastor. Wednesday7:30 prayerSer- Highway 125, Northwest of CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, illness. She was bornin us. vices.: Lawtey. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
Mrs. Maggie StewartMrs. In Hope Baptist Church with Bradford County; on April .Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper, Pastor Mornin Worship 11:15.: Sun- Morning Worship, 11. Training
the pastor, Rev. Merle Pack- 6, 1908, and was the daughter day Night Service: 7:30 p.m. Union 6:30 Evening Service
ham, officiating.: Interment was of the late Thomas J. and Ol- GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, : p.m. -
Maggie Stewart, 77, of In Hope Cemetery with DeWittC. lie Raulerson Moore of Hell- WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert I Knight, : 7:30. Midweek Prayer
Starke, died Monday afternoon Jones Funeral Home In bronn Springs. She was a mem- Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services: Booster Band. Young Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; pastor. Service: 7:30.:
In Bradford County Hospital charge.: ber of the Union PrlmltiveBap- School 9:30: : Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Even- -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
after an extended Illness. She tist Church.: 11; League, p.m.N// Service., Worship, 7 p.m. Ing Worship, 7p.m.;WeJ. Prayer LAURA BAPITST CHURCH pastor.
was born !In Baker County on Surviving are two brothers. 6 p.m. -- Rev Jasper Williams Midweek Service: Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study 7 Sunday School: 9:45 .
Jan. 19, 1894, and had lived Nelson and Clarence: Moore pastor. 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland: p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship,,II a.m.Evening -. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
In Bradford County for the past dren, and 22 greatgrandchildren. and two sisters, Miss Rosa Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone Worship.. 7:30 p.m. Mid- LATTER D\Y SAINTS
38 years. Moore, and Mrs. E.L. Cox FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome.: week Bible Study. Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
all of Starke. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
Surviving are five sons, Arthur Funeral services: were heldat Funeral services: were held Sunday School 9:45; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) Be in church: : Sunday. m. Sunday Sch'. ".!, 10 a.m. Sacni'lehi. :-
M. Stewart, Auburodale; 2:30: ( p.m. Wednesday at the in the Union Primitive Baptist Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Frank 6 p.m.
Joseph W., Johnnie C. FloydJ. New Congregational Methodist Church: at 2:30: p.m. Friday, MYF groups, 6 p.m. Ing Worship 11 a.m. Train- Sunday Service: :Sunday Set b. .. Jarvis pastor. Monday Mia 7:30 p.m.
., and Carl W. Stewart, all Church: near Starke, with Rev. Feb. 26, wtthElders.HRawis Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Ing Union 6:30: p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Twe'll Tuesday Primary 4:30: P.m.
of Starke; one daughter, Mrs. Maxie Wilkinson officiating: Interment and Don Hazcn officiating: Interment 7p.m. Prayer Meeting, Ing Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service: 7:15 IF WE HAVE Wednesday Relief Society,
Corlne Nettles, Hawthorne; was In South Prong was In Dyal Cemetery 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- / yet It for you Otlmo 7:30: p.m.
one brother, Wiley Godwin 0- Cemetery: under direction! of under direction of DeWitt C. 7:45.DeWitt: 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. Supplies, Furniture, Equip Jesse D. Branson, Branch:
lustee; one sister, Mrs. Evle DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Jones Funeral Home. T. Farabee, Jr. Packham: pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister ment. Bradford County President.
Alford. Olustee; 17 grandchll-: Teleiraph.

and him that Cometh: to me LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL

ps s s B s s sW s s s s i s si s s s B slHi s smBl s s s sMii sB s i Bi s s sBi sBsH I will In no wise cast out.- HOLINESS CHURCH
St. John 6, 37.) Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; *
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
GOSPELSING Sometimes for reasons that Service: 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- LEARNING
we vainly try to justify, we ship 7 p.m.Tuesday.
look upon another human bein Prayer Meeting 7:30
with distaste or contempt.
Then we should remember the p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey: pastor.

abounding compassion of the NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GOOD HABITSEARLY j
Lord Jesus Christ, and humbly CHURCH

pray for His forJivl'w04K, Sunday Morning Worship .
9:45; Sunday School, 11. Sunday '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship, 6 p.m.Train-
STARKE Ing Union, 7:30.Thursday .

Laura Baptist Church I Sunday: Brotherhood Meeting : Meeting- Teachers, 6:30.: and Prayer Officers "Tiiiia lip/ n rliilil" iu Hie rag) /lit nlmultl/( flU/ nmlirlitn / '4"
I and Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.; Sunday -
School, 9:45: ; MorningWor- Meeting 7:30.: / he in ../.1.Itr/ /trill nut tlrpait from, \ H,"
Edward C. Harvey pastor
I ship at 11, sermon "It is 1,
Be Not Afraid";; Training Union -
SATURDAY MARCH 6 6:15: p.m.; Evening Wor- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL This' statement i made by Solomon, thousands of
ship, 7:30; Sermon; "Samuel, METHODIST CHURCH '
,The Righteous Judge." Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng years ago I I. jut a* true and vital today a."
Mondiy: Week of Prayer for Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service -
Home Missions Program, 9:30: : 6 pjr Evening Worship it was then f ''
a.m.; Trustees Meeting, 5:30 7:30 p.m.

I p.m.. Youth Choir Practice: 7 Rev. Neal Starling, pastor. Teach your children: the ,rood practice, of saving c >
p +
Tuesday.: Week of Prayer for for the future.. Teach them to attend f y"
I program, 9:30: a.m. Junior AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 01
Choir, Girls In Action, 3:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- worship| services In GJ(!"* hour by taking rAvn
p.m. Girls In Action: Acteens.: Ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening
Under The Direction Of 4:15.: Ethel Biggs Group at the Worship. 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer -
homo of Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour Meeting and Bible Study
; Brownlee Group at the 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- c,
GERALD CRAWFORD home of Mrs. T.B. Harding, 7 them'J < h

7:30:Wednesd p.m. : Family Night. ing G.F.every Welcome.Prevatt.Monday pastor, p.m.Everyone ''J III '!hill Ilr II"'t : gll'j'I 'Iilllll! Ijg'II'I 'III! '"III s ,, rrlNYJ

6 Meeting
Supper, p.m. Prayer ..1.;' '
Week of Prayer Program CATHOLIC 'A- 'l--IJJ. ,
6:30 ,m. Teachers and ST. EDWARD'S Yl ; ...t"'I"'" '
: I .
Everyone Officers Meeting 7:15.: Church: CHURCH t; -"OtI1\\" I"
Choir Practice: 8:15.: Father James Cregan,pastor. DM Own* .H Ml f MiM -, '. ">" ''A'"a' '::7 '. 'nM.w.srwa
7 Sunday : .
Thursday: Week of Prayer Saturday Mass p.m. ..4Mi..5.5 KM liH-|< d Kit !l... '!I, .. .
Program, 9:30: a.m. Church: Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass r: Anlo l.. i..N.. t l.:i 1.' !.. A .
HELP PRAISE,THE LORDIN Wide Visitation 7 p.m. 7 P.m. r..0.. M a" N 1o i... as .......... w,n"w. 'A( .""
I Friday: Week of Prayer Program Confessions -- Saturday 6p.m. h...a r"....t 10 IN an d 504 .. ....". V I .
SONG 9:30: a.m. .k.1 r .. ....... .. eo, .. II. ..,I...... te: Ibtt. 1 Y I IVr
School of Religion: ,........ ... IN "..- .. II j II;; I
-W.A. Hogan Grade School -- Sunday 11 .+ an.M.n, _. ........ tt", llIi
a.m. to 12 noon. Inn wHttk tl >' . High School -- Wednesday ; nn'n. km. ''ftV
: Own IM KM wti KM IKM .
7 to 8 p.m. l *.. .* "IM IMMT! I,,.... IM. _.'. .v,'. ''T>. '(' ;-
BIG GOSPEL CONCERT i -, sale' ........ ... ,",*1"'. I. 8 t,' et '.. .
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC S o .Hw. CkwikHtm" -- I .O.'" IN ,- .L.a 0 ...
CHURC1fMACCLENNY a-.Mf..n..M' ... \.' .- '
Featuring Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy .... .. .. .. .. '
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A" Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor-
tr j 1 ning Worship at 11. Training
Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- STARKE "66"
ship, 7:30. Wednesday Prayer
Meeting, 7:30: --Rev. Leon T. FLORIDA SERVICE
Odom, Jr., pastor ci
J45 .' EST Bill Edwards l>>h. 964.7231

CHURCH, STARKK c V Tire Truing
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faa. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. --::" ONTROL
Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Headlight Adjusting

Sundays, II a.m. Morning Prayer & OIIMICAL CD. Brake Service
2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
11 a.m. Wheel )Balance and
v Lenten service: Wed. nights,

V/ 7:30: p.m., prayer sermon and 539!) E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment
discussion.: 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
{ EYC-Sundays, 6 P.m. Phone 964.5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Hiway 301 and 100

-John M. Flynn, Rector tlO S. Temple Starke Inspections, and Estimates All Minor Repairs

617 N. Temple Ave. Starke


Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
THE MESSENGERS Morning Worship at 11. Train- SUPPLIES Inc. Market ABSTRACT CO.
i Ing Union, 6:15; WMU Prayer Grocery and
1 Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship,
STARS OF T.V., RADIO, RECORDS AND CONCERTS 7:30.Monday Youth Choir Practice Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
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AND OIL Title Problems
: 7 p.m.Tuesday Complete Paint Supplies
SATURDAY MARCH -- Mission Friends Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts
6TH 3:30p.m. and Goods
Girls i In Action: Acteens, : Sporting

I RA's, 6:30.Wednesday U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
8 P.M. UNTIL???? Prayer MeetIng "Check With Us First"
7:30. Church Choir Prac-: PHONE 964-5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964-8881
tice, Deacons: Meeting 8:30. 219 Washington St. 964-5270
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Denton SumralJ, pastor.

$1.50 For Adults Children Under 12 Free POSTED SIGNS: Treated towlttutajid CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. '

4 .Ubel'zoo: stab! Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helphig'Our Members Live Better
U33 do*. Special price on larger
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I [= KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I -: MELROSE ] Peter Wins Oratory Morgan District Morgan ContestPeter son of Mr. 6l>r! I Odor Control

and Mrs. W.L. Morgan, Jr.,
of Lake Geneva, was the winner Listed As Goal

of the 34th American Leg-

r-Keystone HHites/ Bunnell Wins District 9 Title Ion 5th District Oratorical held Contest at the Senior of the

I Citizens Recreational BuildingIn While there are now no gov- the lake after we've finished

By GLORIA REDFEARN Daytona Beach on February ernmental regulations on with the flowing streams he

Pl I.a. sources of unpleasant odor, said. "We work closely with
473-3288 23.In
k or 473-4 ia2 In Playoffs Here Last WeekendBy order to qualify for the there Is a genuine need (for the state Game and Fresh

district competition he had previously such regulation and the State Water Fish Commission and
WOMAN'S CLUB an architect, is one of the Jay Ellis, Jr. Ively. Mike Wrinkle and Bleas- won the county competition Air and Water Pollution Con- he State Department of Natu-
The FFWC District V Fine of three million dale led the rebounding for held on February 12 trol Department Is working ral Resources."
developers -
a new
Art Festival was held on Fri- dollar apartment complex The District 9 Basketball the Indians with 9 and 8. at Keystone city hall. toward such regulation.

day, Feb. 19, at the Woman's In Arlington Jacksonville. The Championship playoffs were Keystone scoring: Bleas Peter won the District Con- W E. Lime of Jacksonville, Linne explained that his

Club of Keystone Heights. complex will be 220 unite on held In the Keystone gym Feb. dale 11; Brannon, 10; Wilcox; test In competition with con- -W kAu. engineer in charge of the 22- agency's aim Is to "enhance"

The program began at 9 a.m. the edge of the St.: Johns River. 25, 28 and 27 with Keystone 9; Wrinkle, 8; Leino, 3. testants from Forrest High o county Northeast Florida region water quality and that It will

with coffee and registration, Other men developing the com- Heights High School. Florida Bunnell: Emmanuel, 21; School, Jacksonville, and Father for the department indi- not permit any practice which

followed by a fashion show, plex with Adams are William Military Academy of Deland. Spates 20: Thomas, 16 L Lou Lopez High School, of Vol- cated his agency's support of will degrade the quality of

judging of entries and award- Hunter and Jack Bodzlak, of Taylor High of Plerson, Hast- don, 16; ,.Conjers, 9; 1 Klng.ll. usla County. lie Is eligible for the move to combat noxious water.
Ing of ribbons for best of each Gainesville. Congratulations to ings High and Bunnell parti In the preliminary game,Hastings the Area Contest to be held ... odors In a talk deliveredto

category. Mike. cipating. Bunnell, the winner, routed Taylor, 7244. at Lake City Junior Collegeon the Keystone Heights[
143 members from 19 ST. wUl move on to the regional March 9. Sportsmen Club held in the "Somebody has to find out

Woman's Clubs and 7 Junior Sympathy Is extended to Mrs. playoffs. BUNNELL TAKES CROWN Peter Is sponsored In the Berry Queen Municipal Building. the condition of water now ifwe're
contest by KeystoneMelroseAmerican going to know how to
Clubs attended. Bunnell led by Elijah Emmanuel' -
Vance Gordon on the death of Linne said his[ staff has re- "
Post 202. enhance it, he said.[ Once
MILITARY ROUTEDThe 21 points won out Entrant For
LUNCHEON her husband. The Reverend Mr. ceived "hundreds" of complaints each month engineers and
PROGRAMOn keystone Indians pacedby over the Hastings Wildcats 72-
Cordon was the Minister of the about noisome odors
Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Murray Hill Presbyterian Butch Bleasdale's 26 points, 69 In overtime on Feb. 27 to Garden Club Azalea TitleMary in. the Jacksonville area. technicians ville office from the Jackson
monthly covered dish lunch- routed Florida Military of De- take the District 9 title. sample the major
Church Jacksonville for 29
Of The Lakes "We've got( to get on withit streams In the northeast Flor
eon was held, followed by a years. Other survivors Includea land by a whopping! 60-35 mar- Emmanuel, a 6-3 sophomore control ida
the engi- to determine
pollution area water
program arranged by Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Charles Bots- gin In the first round. all-state candidate also led Discusses OrchidsThe Ann Barton Bradford said. quality.
,. Clifford Boyd of Gainesville.Four ford of Brandon and Vance Scoring for Keystone: Bleas- In rebounding with a total of Is neer
strawberry queen an entry Linne said the
guest speakers were Gordon of San Jose, Calif.A dale, 26; Lelno. 14; Wrinkle, 10. Thus, for this season, Em- February 25 meeting of for the Florida Azalea Festi- Up until now, he said muchof some help from the agency Suwannce gets
from New Zealand, East Africa correction from last week's 9; Brannon, 3; Wilcox. 2; Hep- manuel boasts an average 23 the Garden Club of the Lakes val title. the work being dqne by his River Authority which

Lebanon and Qulwat. They column: Also entertaining Mrs. tins tall, 2; Mooneyham, 2; Jor- points and 17 rebounds per was held at the home of Mrs. The Palatka pageant will hIgh- staff is accumulation informatloi of"background" each quarter checks the once water .
showed many Interesting artifacts Slocomb don, 2; Schultz 2. game. E.D. Longnecker at Melrose.
and her guests at Wesley light a three-day festival on quality along the Suwannee.
which will be used in deter
crafts and currency of Manor was Mrs. A. Brain- Florida Military: Kuharake, Bunnell now heads for the Additional hostesses were Mrs. March 5, 6 and 7 and will fea- .
their native lands. The members erd. We regret this omission. 10; Mendez, 6; Tllley, 6; NI- regional playoffs with a 21-5 E.L. Helton and Mrs. Michael ture 24 Florida beauties. mining extent of change, for

who attended were most Home for the weekend from hart 4; Swenson 2: Russell, record. Hastings closed out with Falkel. After being served dessert The queen will be selectedon better or worse, in air and

appreciative of the entertaining the University of South Flo- 2; Bradley 2; Hyer, :2. a 16-5 record. and coffee,members heard talent and beauty accordIng water pollution levels. Asked about the effect of

and Informative program.A rida was Mrs. Dorothy Har- the guest speaker, Mrs. Jessie to Miss America guidelines.A Linne laid his regional dumping pollutants Into the
special thanks to Mrs. Clifford denburgh. She visited her par- BULLDOGS WIN ProctorBakerEngagement Young of Starke, discuss total of $1,650 in prizes Atlantic Ocean Linne an
Boyd. The Bunnell Bulldogs, led by orchids. Many specimens were group plans to sample all domestic -
ents, Mr. and Mrs. N.W. lIar- will be awarded the winner. swered. "The ocean has a limited
The Woman's Club will spon- denburgh. Elijah Emmanuel's 21 points ToldMrs. shown, and some were shared The beauty pageant is sched- \ waste treatment plantsIn capacity to absorb waste

sor a "Womanless Wedding"on Recent house guests of Mr. and 17 rebounds, and Mickey with the 22 members and two uled for 2 p.m.Saturday, March the northeast>> Florida area, material and. generally, the

Friday, March 12, at 8 p.m. and Mrs. N.W. Hardenburgh Spate's 20 points, demolishedthe Ho L. Proctor, of Key- guests present. 7, In the outdoor amphitheatreof about 2.500 In all. and determine Idea of dumping crud Into the
at the Clubhouse.The were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Indiana 78-42, eliminating stone Heights, and M.L. Proc- During the business session, Ravine State Park. ocean Is not good"lloxever
will be two- the second roundof tor, Jr., of Ralford. announce their efficiency to removal -
program a Beaujon of Cannan, Conn. Mr. them from purchases of books for the Key-
act play and during intermis- Beaujon Is president of the the District 9 playoffs. John the engagement of their daughter stone Heights and Melrose of pollutants..

sion between acts Terry King Canaan National Bank. Also Dr. Thomas and Mike Loudon also Nartel Elizabeth,to Mlcheal School libraries were approved. he said that addition
U. Maker, son of Mr. and Mrs. "We will start working on materials in
will entertain.The and Mrs. William Simington added 16 each for Bunnell. Arbor day plantings of treesat of waste

cast will Include many; of North Unberland, Pa. After Butch Bleasdale and Todd J.''. Baker of Keystone the Keystone Heights LI- . . . . some areas which are relatively
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talented gentlemen from Key- leaving Keystone the SImIng- Brannon led Keystone scoring lIeI8h ts. brary and Park were acknow- u"fcitile, might improve

stone. ton's Journeyed on to Venice with 11 and 10 points respectSILVER An August wedding Is planned. ledged. A Poster Contest on Ihelr pioJi-.ctiuh.

Tickets will be available at for a vacation. Also here were _' _h__ h.____-- ---_.__._- Anti-Litter Is being planned. VOICE 'r, ; 'ar
the post office the week before Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haydenof a a x z; 'n a t s x QI!'; ;" " Contributions to CARE and to

at$1.50 and $1.25, Includ- Walllngford, Conn and Col. the Ralford Horticulture Department OF THESportsman J&S

ing tax, depending on location, and Mrs. W.S. Scott. Col. Scott r News "iIWW'i-l were approved.A .
i and all seats will be reserved. suffered a mild heart attack I !:! farewell gift was given to .1 BarBQuePitYour

Mrs. Raymond Farris Is pro- last week and was hospitalizedat By Helen. Mrs. L.C. Stripling, who will I Lost 3
ducer and director, Mrs. Robert the Veterans Administration I to moving to Georgia soon.
Hayes, co-chairman, and Hospital In Gainesville.We cer- Due to a conflict In dates, BY MIKE CIIITTY wars JOHN & SAUAII HEm
Mrs. John Jett will design the the next meeting has been IS NOW UI'KN' :-
tainly hope he Is better now. tron Is Mrs. Mattie Lee Klng-
stage setting. This should be Miss Ethel Tackley of Elm- TEA and Worthy Patron Floyd hanged to March 18, and will Hello Sports Fans how's by suppose to be printed bt the n.\lt.n.lVE(
Annual Tea of the ? It's good to be back which went to
The 17th sure Issue
a real "fun" evening. Proceeds hurst, L.I. Is spending two Koons. Retiring Matron is Mrs. >e held at the home of Mrs. you February Is Our Bu.inesil
Church Women will with after being so So pick
Community you away last week. ya'll
will be used for the Scholar- Albert Bachmann. press
weeks In Keystone as guestof Jo Reed and retiring PatronIs
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be held In the Educational Build long. There Just hasn't been a then let me know HRS. a.m. p.m.
ship award given annually by up copy
the Woman's Club. Buy your Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schu- ing on March 19 at 2 o'clock. Gilbert Reed. The final chap enough fishing or hunting news what you think of it. Anyone The Finest Pit in I'la..

tuckets early for choice seats. ber of Clover Lane. The'theme Is Spring Flowers. ter meeting of Jo Reed, WP I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII I to even start this column. But desiring a copy of The Central Call 7S2--17I7: For TakeOut
Gilbert Reed
and W.P.
The public service radio pro- Mrs. James Cook Is general was KEYSTONE h HEIGHTS I I'm proud to report to you that Florida Outdoorsmnn; whole Orders
held March 2. The first
HERE N' THERE gram announced a few weeks chairman and will be assistedby Chapter on meeting of the new Pastor Rev. Lawrence Carroll. them babies got right. Even the unable to find one, can get Located On 301

Mrs. Don Wallace has returned ago Is now being aired each the following appointees: officers will be on March 16 Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- ole Mossy-backs were biting, in touch with me and 1'1be\
: from an extend visitto morning at 11 o'clock onWPXE, Program, Mrs. Walter Grouch; at 8 Ing Worship 11; Church TrainIng as you will see from the re- glad to help you any way I Law ley, Flu,

Baltimore where she visit- Starke. Mike Hanks, a local Refreshments, Mrs. R.A. p.m.COMMUNITY 6:30: ; Evening Worship, ports. Our fishing results can....
ed her daughter. Insurance agent, Is m.c. and Gaunt, Mrs. Roy Turknett and CHURCH : should be getting better every Well, I guess It's sign-off

Mrs. John Jett and Mrs. E.F. requests that you call him at Mrs. Ray Farris;Reservations The 7:30.Monday-- Youth Choir Prac- week now. Not only{ with Bass time for this week. Let's all
regular weekly meetingsof
Aiken spent a few days In Naples 473-3374 or write him a note, Mrs. Michael Redfearn and church organizations are as tice, 7 p.m. catches but Specs also. go out and work on' em. Any 5liie

where Mrs. Jett visited Keystone Heights, with your Mrs. Albert Bachmann; Tea follows: Sunday School, 9:40: TuesdayMiulon Friends, (Griffin's Lodge (east shore, one with a Sports Item may 7010\.1>>

her sister and brother-in-law, announcements. Table, Mrs. Thomas Norwoodand In Educational Building Girls In Action 3:15.: Santa Fes: call me at 475-1GI2, or drop

Mr. and Mrs. Kyi Tlech, and Mrs. J. Azzle Williams; for a.m.all ages. Morning Worship dnesdilYPrayer Meetingand I was talking with Roy recently by and leave a written note

I Mrs. Aiken visited her sister FESTIVAL WINNERS! Guest Tables, Mrs. Jack Ha- Service at 11 a.m. In sanctuary. Business Meeting, 7 p.m. while working on an article for me at Western Auto In

and brother-in-law, Mr.' and *' Winners In the District Arts berstroh and Mrs. Donald Mor- Preaching service by Pastor Adult Choir 8"1m.TursdayChurch. and he filled me In on: Starke. Till next week, Good- 666
Mrs. E.P. Menzen. Festival held at the Woman'sClub gan; Hostesses Mrs. Arthur Stewart McCord. wide the Specs. lie says that since bye and good luck!

It was nice to see Mickey here on February 19 were: Mannering, Mrs. Roy Bridgesand Sunday evenings: Youth Fel- Visitation, Acteens, 315.: the water Is very low this year,
Brokas home for the weekend Landscape, by Tllleston\ Cedar Mrs. tills Kohlin; table lowship, 7 Wednesday A Spring Revival beginning that the Specs will bed a lit-
Still Life, B.W. Vickery, Service Mrs. Ray Farris Decorations p.m.; 11 and tle later than normal lIe's
visiting his family. He attendsthe Key; ; evenings at 7:30 Bible[ Study Easter Sunday, April ,
University of Tennessee at Crystal River; Life portraitby i Mrs. Miller Wrin Thursday, 7:30 (March; 4))Boardof ; continuing through April 18,has looking for'em to be bedding GAINESVILLEBusiness
Chattanooga( Bates, Gainesville; Abstract kle. Mrs. Gertrude Chrlstoffers Stewards meeting been approved by our Church. the first of March this year,

Stephan Brokas, son of Mr. landscape Kllgore Gaines- and Mrs. R.N. Sunder- A cordial welcome;Is extended The Evangelist will be Rev. Instead of the middle or latter
ville Photograph. Ellen Gates land Guest Book, Miss Marilyn of February, as usual. So
and Mrs. Alex Brokas, grad- ; ; to visitors worshiping or desiring Richard Roberta Superintendent part
uates this month from the University Ocala; Ceramics, L. Northrup, Bridges and Mrs.: Don Mor- to Join the Church as of Missions from the Black you fellers had betterget ready.
River China painting Publicity Mrs. FrancisP. We had the On the bass Roy, his Directory
of West Florida and Crystal ; gan; church home. You Invited Creek Association. scene,
has been accepted In graduate S. Gadsen, Gainesville; Millinery Egan and Mrs. Michael Red- your to talk with Pastor are Mc-- privilege of hearing Rev. Ro- son Alan and the customers

school at the University of Flo- B. Howart Ocala; Knitting feran; Nursery Service, Miss Cord. berts bring the Stewardship they have been guiding have -
A. Tasslone, Ocala; Flem- Cindy Turknett Preparation of really been tearing'em up.Wed-
; Fellowship
annual -
rida. Congratulations Stephan. at our
message AI'TO S.U.KS : .
(, : :
Sympathy Is extended the Mrs. ish Flowers B. Seaz, Ocala; Building, Mrs. Barry Wyman; PERSONALS Dinner last month. We are nesday: Roy and his party caught --

Rowan Thomas on the death of Crochet E. Seldman Melrose; and canopy, compliments of De- Recent house guests of Rev. looking forward to having him 6 Bass up to 5 pounds: Alan i -
Holiday Decorations, E. Cates, witt Jones. The Tea Is by reservations and Mr. Barringer brought In BRASINGTON
her father, George Glisson. and Mrs. Milton Scripture were with us again. i Johnson & Faris Ino.i
Mike Adams, son of Mr. and Ocala; Florid Materials, A. only.PROGRAM Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hardingof Don't forget to attend the two, one 91/4 pounder and nn .
I Mrs. Gordon Adams, who Is Tosh, Trenton; Metal Plastic Crafts I- Fairfield, Ohio who are program presented by our Youth 10 1/4-pounder; Thursday: Roy (",\1111.1.UI."ilnm1.1' -: 'I lis CI.XMV" '; -
B. Calhoun, Ocala; parishioners of Rev. George this coming Sunday evening.The and party caught 7; Alan and ,
llisi'illl Jill's
tems, D. Holtsclaw( Trenton; Scripture of Hamilton Ohio. entire worship hour will be Mr. Barringer caught 8, up to \1.1.1'1' I \ 1'oE:I Itttr'E I'll .a||1'1.1.| | |
I-1!f KIM I I/
musical arranged -
Holloway The program I
R. ,
Miscellaneous The devoted to "Good News", a 10 1/2 pounds. Friday: Roy and
Mrs. Robert Hendry Handings have been tourIng HIIIM'lcitliin. i.r. I'si Gulncsvllle. by through the southland and of the Gospel delivered Bobby Black caught 4; Alan and Mr Urm: IYitili/rr" "+IIK" tiiil \ ->"-
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS will be a one-act opera, entitled byn l.ihi-u' On. Tru.I.I I .
Florida In their travel our young peoplein Mr. Barringer caught 4. Alan : N.VV. Nlh I'll :I r.x ii111,
"Speak Up". Mrs. William camper JIMH :vu.. mil: I'll. :I is111
Church and stopped off to visit song. We hope to have many and Mr. Barringer caught 6, ,
Nail Community
) of see- to 10 3/4 (JI.VSS J
the Rev. George Scripture's parents visitors take advantage up pounds Saturday :
organist will accompany;

Neighbors"Don't b trio participants at the piano. Lee Campbellof ing and hearing We know this you Christian won't morning.Roy and Peg McMillan: caught
My Y e i.g Pastor and Mrs. Stewart: and Mr. and Mrs. program. Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA .1
Ina McCord and Mrs. Hendry Plain City. Ohio, formerly be disappointed. 9 bass Sunday and Alan and his LIDDELL
parishioners of Rev. Milton party got four, one eight
DIRECTORYS. will be the entertainers. Glass
Scripture when he was pastorof D. Glisson pounder. Company
Church George Griffin's reports that the
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Big Darby Baptist ,
Game-Fun Day was enjoyed were visiting the Scriptureslast Services Held bass should be spawning soon, I ttlnvl, di\v' | and' c.irs I "f.l.i.s I Fur Lien: I'tirim. "
1 week. Also recent guests If the warm weather con- 's.iliI'.irU.. Si-rtUr Sn': ,,' l'i'''''hi I' i" i" vI
25 at the Lions Club- .
on Feb. and Mrs. Marion At Gadara ChurchGeorge tinues. So let's hope It stays I lull; < .-u- si1'.i. i
E. McKAY. REALTOR J house by about 20 members. were Rev. ( ("'.in I Hnl, Tn\nl. I
Snyder of South Charleston Ohio warm, huh? I "Flontur., '1'1':1 i : ,-- 1I It..
hour that followed Glisson 72
The social ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4814;, GI featured the singing of "Happy mutual friends of the Rev. of Keystone Heights, died Wed- (Shlpman's Camp (West shore I7IXI' N Main I7l I''IH:! 1 nl.'ici-d
Santa Fe also the
Birthday" to Mrs. Marian and Mrs. Scripture. nesday, Feb. 24, in a Starke reported NK\t: : Utt' MIOX
Appraisal 1 S.rvic.The Three sisters and a friends fish were starting to bite. Tre- I
Batchelder whose son sent hera Nursing Home after extended .
I 1'4!: 1'1"I..ill (;alas.ill.
Florida vor Williamson caught an 8 1/4
But in La1c';.ftont colorful bouquet of red, yel- stopped off on their illness. Born In Starke on Sept. lEviiul.v .IrademyPOWELL'S :I7H-XI'II. I IIII.:'
New Brighton pound Bass, and 5-pounder.
low and white spring flowers. touring, from he the son of the
15 1898 was
AcT WntaT t
:Homes. with Bobby Shipman reported he has
ag fellowship I
: This she shared with all the Pa. to renew late Elam and Charity Hall
I been catching catfish from his :MKX'sMI: :
ASSOCIATES u 6.5 members their former pastor and wife. Glisson. lie was a member of dock. ,
LUNCHEON- The regular The sisters were Mrs. Velma Gadara Baptist Church and wasa

:!\Irs. Melba llgen 433.4749Col. 473-4679 juMt stand there I' monthly covered dish luncheon Jackson, Mrs. Irmn Williams, retired construction worker. Beauty Academy I STAG 'N DRAG
J. CheiHlnBlon/ Club will be Miss Lorena Doolittle, and
475.4041 Hurry back and buy $15 rnnr e of the Fellowship and Surviving Is one daughter, Little Orange Uncle Alfred
L. J. KobliiBOii inflation held at 12:30: p.m. In the Lions Mrs. Roberta Jackson,a friend. Mrs. Kowin' Thomas, Keystone : Lent'iii .1 i Piofo-'ion In Your
groceries before creeping I. Hudson and his have e .ririi.n; unityArms
Paschel Carr 473.4058 ., Club on March 11. A large Mrs. Lucy Finley who suffered Heights; three brothers Elam partners Spi.u: Itiiii Full sat i Put Tune _
makes them cost $171 been catching Specs In Little 1o"1.lurI'i.l slim-
attendance Is urged, to supportthe a fall on the Ice while and Craig Cllsson both of 'l'l N W,, tilth: :n-ll-'TM.\ : i iJ _
Orange Lake. Alfred and Ed- Rrnl.iNI .
speaker of the after lunch- visiting her son and familyIn Keystone Heights, and Merrill 1 _
eon program. Mrs. Lester Cleveland, Tenn., writes that Glisson, Jacksonville; four sisters ward Christmas: caught 17 Fri I 1..Ii''

Sheets and her seeing-eye dog It was her left arm and she Mrs. Opal Bishop and day; and Alfred and Buddy J ll.i'TIIC: {J(' ,11(1'1'hIfSELECTRIC( ) I :2! SIOKIS-.I1 W I MKKMIanil : >

Beauty, will talk on blindnessand hopes soon that the doctor will Mrs. Myrtle Harris, both of Kills: caught 7 Saturday morning .MNKsMIIIMM: : /.

how to live with It. Mr. reduce the size of the cast Kingslcy Lake; Mrs. Alice .
and Mrs. Sheets live on Lake to below the elbow, as It han- Pearson, Jacksonville; and I Mrsrc(

Brooklyn. dicaps her activities.She thanks Mrs. Minnie Martin, Tampa; Special: A former resident of I

all her fellow members of the three grandchildren and one Starke, William (Billy) 1\. Moo-

WORLD DAY OF PRAYERSt. Fellowship Club and membersof greatgrandchild.Funeral dy who Is a Deputy Sheriff In Motor Repair Co. I BALDWIN

Anne's Episcopal Church the Eastern Star who remembered services were held Ucala now, has started puttingout

hosts this World Wide Day of her with cards. at 3 p.m.Thursday at the graveside a new Sports Magazine entitled <01>! 0.11"1'\,11., I IIPId PI 4NOS- ORGANS

Prayer on March 5 at 10:30 Miss Jane Driscoll and her In Gadara Cemetery near The Central Florida CMOK Of rm An",,'
>.u'i' 1 i 1IlId. : I
a.m. with a fellowship recept- co-worker at Camp Crystal Lake Geneva with Rev. Leaman Outdoorsman. Several weeks | ,
ml USPI)
ion following. Members of St. Mrs. Harriet Flowers enter- Ward and Rev.John Strickland ago, Billy came out to my Nve i iP.aMMUSIC1OI :

Andrew's Catholic Church and tained her aunt Mrs. Marian officiating. Interment was In the house and asked me to write lllh, N W li.lli Ph ,,17211:111: : : I
Why Walk When You Keystone Community Church Batchelder; her husband, Harrison Gadara Cemetery under dIrec- him an article on Bedding Specs I
Join with St. Anne. Batchelder; and her par- tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral In Santa re Lake, and how to !
Three churches of the Mel- ents, Houston and Marlon Dris Homo of Keystone Heights. catfh them. This article Is 1101'HItS

? Check With Us! rose area Join with Faith Pres- coll, at a turkey dinner on .. I (VvlUe ShnptMn! Ctr 372 S1SJ
Can Write
byterian Church as hosts for Thursday evening, the 25th. t.u"lJ Ui.lanet .lurid ,l-'jirni and
7:30 This Mrs. Batchelder'sbirthday.
the observance at : p.m. was
Her Bertram GUS & MITCHKOZY Morir Pecking: Equipment: (
to bills. on March 5. Baby-sitting service son, I
End walking driving around pay will be provided. Joiningare Courteney, and 18-year-old Crating; Shipping

"Write" your money the safe quick and eaay way. Melrose Methodist.Episco- grandson Bertram, Jr. telephoned PILLOW MOTEL Ire Ib1hI.tea: CM

checking account with u*. YonTl enjoyadded John Baptist. to wish Marian a happy Santa Fe Tractor,
Open a pal and St.
birthday from their home ir

prentice, too.KEYSTONE. EASTERN STAR Tuckerton, N.J. ,Io) u i iFiirm )

March 13 Open Installation of We are sorry to hear that WEEKLY MONTHLY RATES

officers and appointed officersof Mrs. Harlow Fuller, formerly WITH ROOM & BOARD OR WITHOUT Tinclms' .V 1"'l'h'III.'IIIM"
STATE of Parfc-O-Palms, who had
Keystone Heights USKIl!: KUI'II'MKNT: .:
made reservations for a visit HOME-COOKED MEALS HOME MADE SOUP
8 In the -
will be held at p.m.
Member. FJJ.I-C. Key/ ..N..4tSta. flYoor *. Chapter room of the Melrose soon, has had to cancel It. STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD Van Service, Inc. 8At.II'AHT: sKHVIl'Kllmi : :

Friendly DaM In Tier ........., Masonic Relatives Tempi and friends(In Keystone of Chap-). minister While visiting husband her and daughter family and In Highway 100 One Mil. West Keystone Heights! :JMO I N.F.: Wihlo Rd. G'vlllm,4r71 N W lull .IViri.V4i:! :

CoMftI..t-. ter members are cordially invited New Mexico. Her son-in-law or writ Boa 49, Lake Geneva, Fla.\ I r11\iShiI.l.: : F1.1..

Th Incoming Worthy Ma- has suffered a heart attack.

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By Joyce Bow* Lake B.... r*)'

The Charles Belk family Cubmaster Hanks then presented Byt Mlehssl H. C7lftrPt. ClASSIFIED RRiU'D5
would like to thank all thoseIn several awards and badges ... 4TS-M12! 1 ADS GEL j'

Melrose and Keystone and to G.W. Lee
the surrounding areas for 1I1elr1dndn.1. spoke activltlas Greetings friends and neighbors -

recently when the Belle of the Webelos.The from your Rolling-Repor I ICLASSIFIED Ir I
home burned and all possession closed witha
evening was ter. I sm happy to report that

area gave were food, ,lost.clothes Many, household In the- the skit Cubs put In on Den by members U It was of a all Us feeling of Saturday pretty);we good.Chlttys Wsve are T......... _.. ...-- .. -...- III ,_ I:
Items, and money to help puppet show about our American finally got rid of the flu bug

the family get started again and Heritage. Cat the moment); and thingsare 'TOR RENT Small tmfurtu WANTED. 0avta Idclifaaoperators.
they want you all to know that The next Pack meeting will be looking up. AD :.RATES Wh xi cottage; fcco'location.<: Uunano &!Dan factvrtrur JIMMY MOORE'S Oanctoft .Sole e4.

It Is appreciated. those of held Thursday March 25. at W. got rid of one bug and Minimum'Chart .... ..1.71 load .for garden. No children Co. US 901, a muss | 613 So. Oolley Rciad, March II'
reminder to
Just who a have elementary age 7:39: p.m. at the Parish House. Inherited another. The blind (Covers U words) 110 pets! : Ideal For retired goutih of Waldo. ltohr! SUN SPORTS tt 6-3 pm. -9 p.m. Friday"
mosojultoes have been cover- couple. Ph. '964-6B01 Sip 3-aa
children. The Bible Club meets DUPLICATE BRIDGE FOR SALE fate: and 9 a.m. -3 pjm. Saturday.
1964 Impala
the outside -
Ing our house on Back wart ever" IS-7e MOORE BOAT FOR and household
each Wednesday after school Since I didn't have news last and doing a fair Job on the HELP!: WANTED -An exper- ly equipped $.. Call 8M44MMl! Assorted furniture -
In front of Archive Appliance week. I have two sets of bridge Inside. Each mom1nlrlll.tweek.l He Extra Charge If not lanced bookeeper 'to work Store. It 'Is to children' paid In advanceCLASSIFIED prleea.: MP
open winners.
our floor was sprinkled with the Lake Butter nave. Reply Starke Ph.
from first througMUtttgrades.The << Winners Feb. IS were: Mrs. them where they came In to 11wr.JtID... !to P. O. Box 06. B04-5791
'the'Cfub Is to DISPlAY 4 Bedroom, 2 bath booms -. :FOR SALE Pickup truck
-obJrtrt'of W.J. Groltck and Mrs. Charles the lights and then died. I Just 4LM Per Inch Burke Fl*. giving' your pact Just completely re iOdelerJ. Couplet Outboard AStern 1959 Chevrolet, excellent con-
teach children about'the Bible.It Hepdnstall lilt place; Mrs. thank the Lord. those little expertnee. Ztehg 8-11 Easy terms LocHed on Road Drive Survlca and Htton. Qxntnot State
Is nondeomlnattonal. Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. rascals can't bite .
MtmorUU Resolutions 100 South. .tnfonnatkn 9648592.' 2tp 3-11
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams F.T. Hogue 2nd place; Mrs. My parents James and Cricket Proclamation. eta -7c word WANTEDNew layer Rhode esJI Repair. Complete) Fiberglass
recently became par- Mary Cook and Miss Iva H1U- visited Buddy Ellis Tues Island red teens. Also used ""-7701. (tftjhLEW'S Repair. Caal $*- FOR SALE- 801 Ford Diesel

ents to a baby boy.HOMEMAKERS yer, 3rd place;Mrs.W.H.Bartlett day and Thursday nights In the CARDS OF THANKS Farm.SU tractor i not heceasary : built Fiberglass Fbblpg Tractor with front end loader -

and Mrs. F.G. Melrlck. Veterans Administration Hospital It words er tees .. ......1.00 running. Ph. 9B4-MCT Itp Boat. and mower. Call 4681217.
CLUB In Gainesville. Buddy Is
Mrs. Lillian Norwood was Mrs. A.V. Bannister and Mrs. now home after learning he Each word ever 80-to REDUCE excess fluids 'with _Up

guest speaker at the regular C.W. Hardy, tied for 4th place. probably will not have to under FLUIDEX. $1.89. LOS3B WELDING SHOP Pour travel Trailers dos sale

monthly meeting of the Mel- February 23 winners were: go surgery for ten years or so. WEIGHT snfetyt wttb Dear.&- wv101 nome LOTS $' 75 to $4,500. Olin Mobile
rose Homemakers Club last Mrs. J.A Jones and Mrs. Albert Wednesday Granny, Copeland, VAST TV" STEREO RE- Diet 98e sod! $1.89 at Mn Whispering Pines Mo- $ SALE Home gates. flfl4-SfiM. Itchg

Thursday. She gave a talk a- Nelson, 1st place; Mrs. Mother and I went to Starke. PAIR. Free Plck-< bout the care and selection Paley Boyd and Mrs John I visited my other grandmother. Bmdt" Dabmcff's Discount 964.8252 Oanal. (Canal 80 feet :FOR SALE: -16' (boat, trailer
of carpets. Strawn, Mrs Gay Livingston Palma Chlttv. for a while, and tfchg 100 HP Mercury and dnstniments. -
SKYLINE 1971- wilts, S feet deep) Looated on
The club held a successful and Mrs. Raymond Starnel tied then went to Jacksonville with UTILITY TRAILERS fly E. Jackson\ SD.
ban-;; WANTEDHou.e State Road 100. 3 mflea West
full of fur-
for 2nd
place Mrs. A.V.
bake sale recently.Money made Otis Melton on business. Tuesday \ MOBILE HOMES CUSTOM BUILT 964.8299. ItP
nister and Mrs., C.W. Hardy, nitui; par cash. Dahmer"8Ucount. of Starve, PU. Ideal for vacation :
from these bake sales Is being 3rd place; Mrs. W.H. Bartlettand aandwGlda visited : tfcftg GAS AND ELECTRIC ootWe, mobile home or WILL BABY alt in my homeor
Quick '
used to remodel the club building Mrs. F.G. Melrlck 4th by Lin 12 x 60' WELDING BRAZING 1Dve.t.m.eD&. yours. Monday -Friday.(
The back porch la nearly place. of Starke and Lin's mother. Gainesville Marine I Bedroom SHEET METAL Prtoas: start at 91,293.00. (200 Cull! 964-7289. Itp
Mrs.. Quick of Georgia.Thursday .3'995
finished. It will be used for
Thursday Feb. IS, winners TRAILER HITCHES down snd $35.00 month for 36
night, Otis and I, along Furnished'
a nursery for young mothers were: Mrs.Paley Boyd and Mrs. with Hubert and Palma CM try, Cobra Boats INSTALLED month (8M%( wimple Intar- foi
Taking applications
who want to attend meetings
John let Mrs. sat).
Strewn place
and bring their children. ; Lin and Oulda Quick-and Mrs. Johnson Motors OLIN'S MOBILE
Raymond Crabtree and Mrs.
Mrs. C.P. Perry won the W.H. Davies 2nd place; Mr. Quick visited Jerry and Re-and W3 E. University Are.Gelaesvttto HOME SALES Call 954-7701 6 ajn. to 9pm. FHA 235
gins Chltty and son Donnle
door prize. Prizes are articles and Mrs. Raymond Starnes 3rd weekday U
which members have made.It place; Mrs. Mary Cook and F.T. J.G. Broome, last but certainlynot Starke, Flit' -100 West NOTICEStarke New Brick 3 and 4
was announced that the Hogue 4th place.Thursday least, was also vltltlng with LYNN HAMILTON, M.... LOTS !FOR: BALE Startre Oolf) Bedroom Homes
next meeting will be held on us. Saturday evening guest at A Country Club ready for
Feb. 25 winners
Russ and Jean COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot and Keystone Call fcr Details
our home were WANTED LISTINGSOn
Wednesday March 23, because ward bu'ldlna' ort or for investment.Lota .
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Bartlett
the Clay Electric annual meet- Pierce and son Jeremy of Homes 1st place; Mrs. WH,1- < and are approximately! Low Down Paymentand
Gainesville. couples iworaen.
ing will be held on Thursday. vies and Mrs. John Strewn Waiting. atrout Realty, R... & and larger. Paved roads
Anyone Interested In the club 2nd place Mr. and Mrs. Mike I mentioned that we finally Broker 2117 N. Temnle Are.Ph. Salary torts $347 per month, Hastings Mattress only 3 minutes from town./ Moderate Monthly
; rid of the flu bug. and I 5 day 'week' 8 hour PaymentsLONGCHAMP
got per person.
Is welcome to come and visit. Falkel: 3rd olace: Miss Helen 884-8800 Stark:*. Fla. and Stan at $1295.00. $200
Mrs. Edith Nicholson will be guess he must have swam day. Promotional opportunities Upholstery down
Dltimer and Mrs. W.J. Gro- and $33.00 per roanm. ,
down to Pete Barton's home. State Retirement, ride
speaker at the next meet- leave
Utk, 4th place Call 964-7701. $ am. to S p.m.tfchg.
Ing and she will bring a program Pete says he has been under CARL BEGGS -vacation, etc Please apply in 710 St. Johns AVLPALATKA Phone 984-6853
on New Sewing Techniques the weather for a few days. person only .Personnel Offlc. 301 South Starke

Mr. and Mrs. Frailer and Gulf Service Buftland Center. OatneovUto REAL!: CPP0l ruNITY- TF

Head Grant son Andrew of Jacksonville, and USED PARTS n '.' An equal opportunity, : mPjoyer. Is Open AgainFURNITURE KlniFSley 1AIae bUlII aeas! tor
CUB SCOUT BANQUETThe Start! their daughter PaW who U a long
sale. Store garage etc.t c lock.
student at Florida State University Prices for Wrecked Can
annual Blue and Gold Totals $92,988A Ty
? stock, and tarrel. A real I
and Barbara Barrowsof
Cub Scout Banquet held 14 Hoar
was Wrecker Service Repaired Refinished money mekar.47ali Bill
Jacksonville, were all week-
House.Thursday Families night at and the friendsof Parish Starke-based Head Start) end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .- Fuel Oil ReupholsteredNEW IVweai IU:. Brob!!!'. 9644464.tfctg.
'program for disadvantage! MARY
Daryl Barrows.
the Cubs were present. Care -
children has been bolstered
bya Mark Reddish of Starve spent MATTRESSES
Members of the Webelos $
Rwjr. 101 N. Waldo
$92,988 federal grant. I
Troop opened the banquet with last weekend with Ms grand-
the Invocation being given by The program administered parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. 4Utt CARTER FREE ESTIMATES O.C. Carnes Nursery REFINISniNGALL
the Economic: Agency Call Collect 328-2144
Rev. Bill Carpenter. TYPES
Poppell. Thousandu of Plants ,
Inc., Includes children from
Mrs Owen last
Bryant spent
Following the dinner, Cub Clay Union, Baker and Brad- Fruit Trees, Shade Trees UPHOLSTERYCABINET
master George Hanks intro- weekend on Hampton Lake with SEWING MACHINE- Cleaned,
duced special guests, who Included ford" Counties. Operating on aullday Mrs. Genevieve Starling. oiled and adjusted in your' PAINTS Evergreens, Camellias, WORK

Rev. Bill POO eIl. representing 22 chldren.basis, It will serve Marsha Royaler of Dunellon home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner '!Azalea, Roses Expert Reproductions ,.

the Episcopal visited her .parents Mr. and repairs also. All work guarante NEW Most n eaa plant; AgtytlmeLANDSCAPING..
unurcn which sponsors the The U.S. Department of Mrs. Dick Hilliard, Thursday. ed. 'Dennis E.! Coggins, Phone ITEMS SEWINGMACHINE C. E. JACKSON

Cub Scouts;Art Wheeler Scout- wealth Education & Welfare Mr. and Mrs. OSCK ;zaiumas 431-1428. tfnh. 1313 W. Madison Starke
master; and Ron Dick District awarded the grant.BUSH'S and daughter Jackie of Thomas- WALL PAPER S3 ML BX. efSterte. Hwy. lOt
Commissioner. vllle Ga., were weekend guests SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastle Flormhttme $S..tl85 j
of the Milliards. Letters, all sizes, COlON. Perm- Unpainted Furniture

J "" J 'U" ..........._..._. ---- .. Mrs. Bill Hatfleld and daugh- leant for use on wood class1, Sales and Service CHICKEN FARM for .sale.
---=- ter Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. plastic, paper, metal, leather Wood Graining: Kit PFAFF NECCIII proven money maker on pared Plaza

Gulf Stu. Rich Bowman of Jacksonville ANTTHTNOI I Bradford. County New Home hlgtvway. NJoe home. $13.
were last Sunday dinner guestsof Telegraph. U( E-80 Paint Remover Universal 000 down, $%1.000 Terms. Call Barber Shop >,
And TockU Jack and Lou Miller and Bill Powell TLE.!: Broker 964-

Store family. Joan Miller celebratedher WATSON'S Houses Washed $49:50 up 84 4. ttcttg

U. S. 301 Temple Ave. 12th birthday Monday.HelpIng Lawn Mowers For Rent Parts & Repairs on FOR aALE-20>> acres on paved Stark. Plaza
her celebrate with ham-
burgers and House of Vacuum ail other Make Ma- nlghway. 3 becfrooroa. 1H bath Hours 8 to SI 30
cherry pie were
home. $7.500 down. $10.000
T.C. and Jeff Miller Many brand of new vacuum
Llaa Cravey John Mark Ek- 13900 up. Used machines from STREET balance. $98.50 momt Call Appointment. .

land. Randy Mllllcan, Brenda Ill>>. Expert Repairs, '*U makes.Parts Bill Powell BJE. Broker 984MM. If Preferred

Tried, Buzzy Zorwarka Ray- and Accessories for all 611 W. Univ. Ave. I

i SKCUHS Good Thru mond Farris Terri!Margraves, vacuums Built In Central vacuum 378-1355 FOR RENT-One bedroom. JurntsAicd Phone 964.5030 i
Nancy Nlckellson, Pally Wat- ,
cleaning systems. 712 N apartment $90 month
Wednesday and Mrs. A
son Ruby Dyal. Main, "
Otlnravllla 878-7110 Bradford Village Apts. Just
belated Happy Birthday to Joan I BARRETT 1
north of Bradford High
71E2 from ust Thursday the Millers BIO PENS. Ball Point Re-
School. Call collect Gaines:
$ 7 5 visited Mrs. Ruby Dyal In lu l.. Bradford County Telegraph. Water Conditioning rifle 378-7921 Mr. Reaves.
Gainesville and Morris Dyal PUMPSNEW
REELS WITH Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Revels and Pump Co.

have returned home from a CLASP ENVELOPES, all FHA or Conventional ftaan v HOMES
RODS *-* up visit to Georgia. While Mr. IMS- Bradford County Tele- 130 Court Street AND USED ling on new Brick 3 bedroom.

.. Revels hunted, Mrs. Revels iraph. Phone.964.6832PLUMBING 3. Bath, living room dining!

visited relatives. INTERSTATE MOBILE: Homa SALES room, and f&mUy: room Home, AVAIUBU FOR

ELECTRIC 50 That does It for another week moving' in Fla. Call 804-5608." PARTS SERVICE Will ford take Mitchell! trade-in.Phone Call 1164- Bit-780. YOUR LOTX3,500

folks. !M ail next week. May tfcha
tROLLING the good Lord bless and keep Water Conditionersand Deep and Shallow Wells P. O. Bom 238, Steflfre. tfcfcg
FOR RENT Water Softeners and
all. PumpsWEI..L
you WILL KEEP children In my
Partially furnJahed'! two bedroom FiltersP1umbing
Up homo Monday FrMay. 984859'J. -
house In sty Prefer
and Rentals .
4tehg 3-4
HI there Sports Fans ya cat. adult and no pets. A. J" Supplie f 1f
chin any? According to Roy Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 984B701. Repair Department PIANO IN STORAGE

Live WIGGLERS WORMS Griffin of Griffin's Lodge, :you tfchg 24 Hour ServiceA. EXPERT SERVICE ON Beautiful spinet-console l stored 1600 SO FT. i
CRICKETS EARTH better hit the Santa Fe trail.
Bait Land. ..turningbedding ALL MAKES locally. Reported like rW.Respons' .
WORMS SHINr ERS He says If nothing happens cute to party con take on OFUVWOAREA
Ding! Call Eddie PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
Jackson Ph. Vhomas. Rer1+eered Real
the Specs should be on the low payment) baJanr-o. Wrtta' I
beds real good by the 6th,which 64-S831 or m- 0n4 4telinr 8-11 Eatete Broker<< Spectellzlnc: in before ire. send truck-.-JopUn

Everfaody Trades Hero Is Saturday. So, get those poles FOR SALE FHA !terms. 3 Appralaals. lor Estate. Indfc. Piano Box 103, Panama City
Mduala and< Corporate Owner PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
L rigged and let's go fishing' bedroom home. Oak floors, Ft*. 82401. lip
J Jr
Griffin's Lodge (east shore AJTo eeoerr4 real estate /business.
fireplace, tile bathgarage.: .
Santa Fe): Monday Roy guided Thirty Years experience OERANTOM3. BegMflM to
PrIce $10.000. 21-INCH ADMIRAL color
$300 down
N "' ... to
Charles Stokes and they caught to Florida land) matters Tel. btoom. Azaleas. hrUbbeiy..
qualified (used) TV moth
buyer. J. H.McEach.ern. new plcturo
7 Bass Including an 81/2-pound- fM. 1Ol, Bfru-ke, Florida if chg Reasonable price. Ferguson
R. B. Keystone Heights' tube. Dahmeris Discount tf < SLADE
er. Roy and Bill Reynolds caught JI'11Phono chit Nursery RaUord Road North.Ph. .
5 Bats up to 5 1/2 pounds Wednesday 437-4106. 2tchg 3-4 BAIRD JI64-- 2'1. Xp 3-18

; and they caught 5 Including POR SALE-1963 Renault Car. HELP WANTED: Lady for
WANTED' a 7 1/2-pounder and a sty. Hard-top convertible! Mobile Home snack bar, age 30-50, 'iwlth atleast FOR RENTapartment. Ytuidelied HOMESERVICES

7 3/4-pounder, Thursday. Saturday It"",,,. 4 new !tIre!. 964-7499. It MEW and USED 10th trade education.No ba4vwu. itving
Roy and Mr. :Zellner drifters room, kitchen and dIiDette.Mra. .
; own transporttton. : *-
aught 3 Bass up to_ 4 12jpbundi. (FOR SALE J8' Boat Motor, 8-10-12' Wide D. L. Bltooce 331 Clark
Apply in StucDcy's
( and 5 Specs. Roy and and Trailer $475. Muat Be .....m. 301 Morttt. tthg Bt. ItcngIMtlfsrasfTlajaCaa

Experienced Machine Operators Paul Broome were only able to seen behind Homes Restaurant Good Quality
t t land 2 Bass out of I 10 strikes Ltirtay. ItSEE Reasonably Priced If WE DON'T RAVE: IT' For Information
Sunday morning. Alan Griffin _'U set U for ,..... Offle
and Mr. Barringer averaged ME QUICK FOR Cainerrills S78-27M Supplies, Furniture ,_ E41d ler Brown Can Jacksonville
SIDE SEAMERS 4 or 5 Bass each day last_ 9 bedroom 'masonry home In i rvieea; Oasnataed tad meat. BradfordTelegraph. Casty Collect
Special: Carrie Eland, a lady good looattn. I 'have a plano Dettvend la mark Ares .
SERGERS t Fisherman from Melrose, has put you in this foouse with NO EXTRA COST 781.4055HS

t been fishing In Melrose Bay. man amount of cash. Act tJ8 441 N. 459S NW I"a"nm. HAY FOR SALE-Costal Bermuda '-
HEMMERS getting .good strikes but she quickly!: A. J. Thomas Real 1'1"2'1U $1 per toalo. M* rtoe.
Just couldn't land them. Suchwas : tor. Tel. 9648701. tfchg Bdwiurds Jr. Edwards Road Volkswagen
SINGLE NEEDLE POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Starke, Flu Ph. 964-6096. tfctif
not the last Thursday
NEED A HOME Will' sell
t morning when she landed an ole like rent. Furnished withstand weather 30a each. FOR RENT Tear around New &Vied.
duplex. WeRepair
t t3M dos
Special price on lsrgemu. Sales ientile
Bass. Her fine
good location. Alto Apts. W. er new :2 bedroom duplex apart.mat. VIII
Bradford Goes
catch tipped the scales at 12 :;
H. tollman UAT
Steady Year Around Work pounds which Is enough to tfclig Kingviey Late. Furnish '
ed. Heat and air conditioned1.-
compensate for all the agony Tt Fort M T. Truck with deluxe INSCKAMOi pvt. dock. Call Merrttt WllUama OAINXSVOUBTho

and frustration of those that chassis 10 1-3 n. Camper REDUCED: UTa 864-S391 or borne .*.-
t $1.90 Per Hour got away. Right; Carrie? with' motorcycle carriers and AUTO. raw:, BOAT 7788. ttcehg
That's It for another week helmets. Onfl] 9M-7OT9, Itchg BILE .. CONKBINRIBANOX
Sports Fans. So till next time. lOB SALE TTntMehed.partly .
Goodbye and good lucklLU'S WANTED: Lady Clerks no experience AQXNOTTOR tunlshed] lariat and' Glue Shop
Apply In decenary, paid white .... TYPEWRITERS
Y Person Only extn lot LBUe Wgbto.SJt ". I'tIaIIe1'1H2OI. '

t wa,.train'. you.' Apply la person Jt.JNT11': 'irtde. I b J.Mem : Fla.. .... Clan
ea gtanlte' Phase..
Itdhg 2353 m/ait.
trailer ouWde Sleepy HoQow

;: T & T Apparel Co. ANTIQUES Lady Cashier! for Finance limits J. 8. White fber 5:00: PM. .,00a Up For Bradford County

" 167 W. Call Street C... Telephone A; Light Bookkeeping efcbg FOR SALE New risk: OT
SATURDAY work, over at years BELL: OB TRADE block homes em your' land. 1W Telegraph
aoeIIM'4Sea InstaDcd While-U-Walt
I t age sod ban High School money: down A low USA* 1
433 E. !Madison Street sin tractor pUnwbs A a*
14 education. Auto
Call p&fllip Red Custom Vinyl Top*
. "Trish and Treasurers" mood M-744 __. Rims good $U5>STOW per month. Bouatng: Act 931. L .
hobs Young America PHONE 9RA.sans
Starke. Florida BaJbd 431-1881. Inn t Corp. of J'boo 1017 N. lain GMEte

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