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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1970
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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p nSMQ"} f ing business activity In the Committee Says

i retail stores of Bradford County. -
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Residents of this area spent

more and money services and bought of all more kinds An idea for a common
goods
f S' In the four years since 1963 than Higher Phone Bills city and county jail has

t in any other comparable per apparently been termed
The made in
iod. gain was in
unfeasible after coming

spite of over consumer the war discouragement in Viet Due With New YearLocal for discussion at a special

nam, concern over Inflation Starke City Council com

and despite talk of a possible mittee meeting lat} Tues
k recession and higher taxes.
,.;r4 ; v'e vha ,s ay.A Figures show that the amountof residents and busi- Starke exchange except for extended day.

business done by Bradford nesses will receive higher area service charge for Councilman P. T. Nolin,
County's retail establishmentswent phone bills among their mail direct service to Keystone Chairman of a committee to
up $1,150,000 in the four early in the new year. Heights. Charge for the ESA investigate' building a city hall
; years. Part of this gain is attributed Increases range from $1.70 service to Keystone is 50 cents complex brought up the idea

to Inflation, however. for a 1-party residential phoneto for business phones and 30 cents for the joint facility
Sales In the area were equiva- $3.25 on 2-party business for residential phones.A But Nolin said Monday the
lent to $4,232 per local family. phones, according to Informa- 1-party business phone in ) week the
meeting last proved
p a Chiefly responsible for the tion received from the Starke Lawtey or Kingsley Lake has "
$' progress made was the marked office of the Florida State Tele- gone from $8.50 to $11.25, up idea "wouldn't be feasible.
improvement in real Income, phone Company. The Increases $2.75. A 2-party business phone The county jail is now filled
after the larger bites taken and 'to capacity most of the time,
even
.e will mean between $60,000 has gone from $7.50 to $10.75,
by taxes and the higher $70,000 from customers of the up $3.25.A Noun said and It would be

Some of the finest cost of living generally. three local exchangesStarke, 1-party residential phone just as expensive to add on to
berries in the berries
county from this small
now patch of California Tories.
it to include jail facilities -
Almost every type of retail Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake. at Lawtey or Kingsley Lake as new
I are these grown by Oscar Carter. Mrs. Gladys Carter's eight acres of berries are on SR-225 between business shared in the growth. has gone from $5.50 per monthto in the proposed city hall

Carter and Danny Norman examine the first ripe Lawtey and SK-16. Families bought more cars, Local monthly service chargeon $7.25, up $1.75. A 2-party complex now .under investigation.

spent more for food, travel I-party Starke business phone has gone from $4.50 to .
and recreation, and purchasedmore phones have gone from $9 to $6.50 up $2. The Idea was good, Clerk

Strawberries On The expensive furniture and $11.75, up $2.75 or 25 per cent. Rates are the same outsidethe Merrill Edwards said, but there
I WayCold clothing. A 2-party business phone has base rate areas, meaning was not enough thought behindit
Directly affected by the upsurge gone up from $8 to $11.25, an city limits of Starke, exceptfor before the talking started.
were Bradford County's increase of $3.25 or 40.6 per zone or milage charges There Is also the fact that
167 stores and their 437 em- presently being paid. Milage prisoners charged with a felony
weather and Isss rain "If I didn't set more than 1e cent.Monthly
Dloyees. Their payrolls rose service charges on charges have been eliminated cannot be housed with misdemeanor
is what Bradford: straw'jcrry: :that I'd wish I didn't have any in the period to $1,296,000from a Starke
1-party residential for five party lines in the new cases and the city has
growers need for( heir!! 1979( crop berries was the caustic com- the prior total of phtVie has gone from $5.80 to rate schedule. only the latter. It 1 L'J ,the practice

to hit their Ideal marketing ment of Oscar Carter who has $1,088,000 a year. $7.50, up $1.70 or 30 per cent,' Something the phone companyhas / how to "turn felonies occurring -
.time around March 10 at peak eight acres again this year.!! While the country Is going the smallest Increase given. not charged for previously inside over to the county.
production. Carter's berries, on SR-225 through a governmentimposedslowdown A 2-party Starke residential but will now is unlisted
White blooms are beginningto about half] way between Lawtey at the present time, phone has gone from $4.80 to phone number. Henceforth, it A common radio system for
show in local patches. and SR-r6, die tibb33 some of caused largely by tighter controls $6.75, up $1.95 or 40.8 per will cost $1 per month for an the city and county was another -
Between 27S 9ij( ; 'berries :are planted in Bradford heal growers."Over gain In the economy is expectedto Rates for the Lawtey and changing numbers has also Nolin said but that also appears -
County this winter, almost all the county our borrlea be moderate in the near fu- Kingsley Lake exchanges will gone up, to $5. unfeasible. No local official

in the Lawtey area. Thai: ha* are looking good, especially! Md yr ture. remain the same as for the The increase is the first In the councilman stales,
been the acreage for the past for ,the wet weather we've been ---- 11 years for the local phone .knows of a radio system that

three or four years!, according having," said County Agent company. Lastgeneral Increase would have enough frequenciesto
to County Agent George Hug- Hugrglns. was In August 1958. The extended ( handle the number of differ-
gins. Carter for Instance says his area service to Key- eat, channels necessary for both
plants are in good( ( shape now Sept. VotingIs stone Heights was added for 'the city and county. Both the
While the acreage here- to stand much colder weather Starke residents only In April city and county presently have
small
amounts to a relatively than they will later on when 1968. several channels. NoUn said.
percentage: of the 1.000 acre
more fully developed. "It would The committee, appointedDec.
planted statewide each: year.! take 12 or 14 Degree? weather to Council Chairman
7 ,Mn *, a1 Bank Deposit 16 by
Bradford growers count on producing hurt these plants," he ays. r Jimmy McRae is to explore! the

around 1,500 flats per Bradford growers this year New Law InsuranceUp building a new city hall com-
acre, combated to an averageof
planted about every Tlog-o( plex to tentatively Includ3 city
976 for 1963 69 reported: by To $20,000President
their
plant they could get offices! a jail, police station
the State Marketing Bureau in hands on. But mixture with, and possibly a library and

Orlando.. the old Florida 90's: 1 19 still One thing that will be <4:Different in 1970 is that Nixon has signedthe Chamber of Commerce offices.

about half and half The Tloga. voters will cast ballots in t heir respective party pri- Interest Rate Control Act Inclusion of. a county library'
developed;; !! at the University of which carried an amendment in the proposed complex had
Festival maries in September inste td of the traditional date
;
QueenCandidates Florida.! Is a firmer berry andIs increasing maximum Federal already met with objections!!

larger than the Florida 90, in May. Deposit Insurance;; Corporation from members of the Library
.which makes for batter ship- Gov. Claude Kirk has allowed ninth largest state in the Insurance coverage from Board, who prefer a separate

Being Sought pinT: quality. the September primary bill to( union but they conflict with $15,000 to 20000. This means library 'building1 on .the Parks
Carter, for instance has !become law without his signature the May primaries. customer deposits in Florida property just north of the city

An early start on the searchfor about half and half Florida: 90's 4'p thus changing/; the dates The legislature meets each banks will now be insured against hall.
Strawberry Festival Queen and Tioas and also a small n for the 1970 .party battles from April for 60 days regular ses loss up to a maximum The committee Includes No-

was announced/ this week by patch of Tories a CalIfornia: spring to fall. sion.The amount of $20,000 by the FDIC. lin, the chairman; Councilman
Mrs. Donna Gruen of the Jun :berry slmiliar !ia quality to the Reason behind the change Is first primary will be heldin Jimmy Bowen. who first pro-
the annual sessions of the state 1970 on September 8 and This Is the fourth Increasein Carl
ior Woman's Club, sponsors: of Tioga. posed the complex; Mayor
the 1970 queen pageant. County Agent t: Huegfns! pre legislature adopted by 'the peo.. ,the second on September 29, the FDIC's maximum cover- Hurst. City Clerk Merrill Ed-
Although the contest Is not diets the Tioga will! rain In pIe of Florida In 1968 In their with the general election following age of bank deposits during theCorporation's wards and Architect Don Mor
of
held until the Bradford County' popularity) with local growers new state Constitution. Annual on Nov 8. 36 years oper
gan.
Fair in early April Mrs. Gruen when!! they became: more familiar Mrs. Gladys Carter holds up a big red Brad. sessions had been pushed for Under the new dates, qualifying ation. The most recent Increase

said it is Important for queen with the peculiar growth ford !strawberry' one of the first of the season. ;years! as being needed badly time for all candidates to in was October from, 1966.$10,000 to $15,000 Commission. Chairman Dave

candidates to start making quality of the berry Bloom and green berries abound in the patch. for efficient operation of the (Continued on Page Four) Shuford of Lawtey also Attend.

their plans now to enter this ---- ed the session but dtd not take

event.In .. ,1' ". part In the discussion.The .
order to be eligible, girls .;'" Idea met with a numberof
must be between the ages of objections.
16 and 21, and: must reside in Gas Oil Search OnA Heremade FossbUities in a common jail

Bradford Clay, Union, or Baker .- *ere seen by Police Chief Ken
Counties They will be Jud- ,Fuqua. but he said he doesn't

oed on talent, as well as bathing .! .. think the Idea will work out.
suit and evening gown compe Fuqua cited the fact that the
for seven seconds. StandIng -
tition. search has been on in city Jail la run on a 24-hour
Application forms are avail- Bradford County::! during the close to the trucks one can basis and .the county Jail is
definitely feel the vibrations.The .
able at the Chamber: of Com- past few days for:: gas and oil. not. Another radio operator
merce office, or may be obtained That's what the pink flags vibrations are bouncedoff fry t would be needed If the jails'
the surface of the
by writing Mrs. Gruen along the highways ars from granite "were combined the chief said.
about 5,000 feed/ deep here W.
at 446-B. W. Madison St., and It what those yellow and He also cited communications
M. Powers, who operates the
black '
Starke. state-road looking trucks problems.
recording. truck, said he has
with the
men stringing orange Mayor Hurst pointed oat\
been told.Reflected.
wire on the growl: are f;., city cannot send persons convicted
back upward the
The search Is Using) conducted I, of a misdemeanor to(
) Installation : ". vibrations are registered in the
Open .
said
by the Teledyne Exploration dI the county jail but then
J geophones which attachedto
are
Of Officers Company cf Texas The c:>mpany's xe 'x he would' like to look further
the orange wire. The crew
local new, based in Into the Idea of a common
I had from two to three miles of .
Lake City. is at present con- + l. lockup for prisoners.
Bradford 35' '
Lodge No. ducting a survey in search of cable and moves it continually( ..... -" ...., ;<;o\ Bowen said h* saw no( advantage
F & AM which! one working: -
crew
oil and gas on State Roads 18. to the city from the pro'
Friday 121, 16, 100 and 230.: It began at in ,back picking up cable while These trucks* make the vibrations the seismograph 1 posal and that he did not thinkt
January 2
7:30 P.M. Fort White then northeast to :front another ot crew the recording strings cable truck.in uses to register a map of the granite layer J, was a feasible Idea.It .

Lake Butler then: southeast to of rock about .
5,000 feet deep.the
Masonic From the geophones. actually -
Lodge Starke, an l will continue: eastward ,was brought out that the
a type of seismograph the
'
Light Refreshments through Penney Farms vibrations are relayed to( the tapes are sent to Tulsa. quakes there county Jail Is under: the controlOf
and Green
Cove Spring and :recording truck. Here they Seismographs were used originally Teledyne Exploration, Com the State Division of Correc-
on The to St Augustine. are amplified many times and to register earth quake pany Is a contracting seismo. tions and .that a plan Is under

This Space Contributed the geological structure of &a / put on a magnetic tape about 'waves. Bat special types have graph cormanjr. according to consideration whereby com-
earth's
Weekly to Publicize "mapped" In subsurface, the prospecting Is being.. eight Inches wide by means of been devlssd to record ground A, M. Redding who along with munity Jails -will be built units.which

Community Events by! operation: The crew doing thesearchlni' ---.. ..... series of electric needles. movements produced artificially Powers explained the operationof will serve the multi-county architect, said a.
Morgan
The taper are then run by blasting or by trucks suchas the crew.
The CommunityState idea when. it however ma Ices a find.has no A. M. Redding holds a sreophone used to measure through a second truck called: those used by the Teledyne!! The crew covers about five Mil will be Introduced In for the a
correlator which all Exploration Company. In that In day's work. It has next legislature providing
Using the vibration reflected from the granite and a removes : miles a
ol
a type seismograph, system" and that
Bank "stockade
an Instrument, for recordingand relay them to the recording truck. extraneous noises, leaving just way the geological structuresof been based: for: the past three and Green Cove-
the vibrations made by the the earth's subsurface! can months in Lake CitY' and started I Clay County
Accounts now insuredup measuring vibratory move- trucks on a certain frequency. be delineated In prospecting Its work In the Ocala Na- ::Springs are working out means
to $20,000 by ments is o the ground the crew alyzed by a computor. way right.of-way, Every 20 Road noises such as passing' operations for petroleum: and tlonal Forest and now is mak- '>f utilizing that system.
Federal Deposit Insu. making magnetic! tapes of Some resident have probably: feet,those trucks stop, a weight! cars or someone walking closeto other minerals.A Ing the swln across North Nolin then turned to other
k ante Corp. the!: granite and layer of the earth'ssubsurface the noticed the three trucks with is lowerel to the ground raising a gsophor.e are on a different seismograph was also left Florida. Redding: sail he has j points of discussion* with these

tapes to Tulsa. Okla.sending.to be an- motors mounted on them which the back wheels! of the frequency and can th r-'ore be on the moon: by t tie Appollo 11 no Idea where the crew will be (Continued on Page burl" )
move in unison down the high trucks. and vibrations are :removed from the tape. Then, and 12 astronauts to record sent next.



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UDC Notice I:
Interest 1
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W. T. Weeks chapter. UDC
will meet Wednesday, Jan 7,
at 3:30 p.m. at the home of
WOMEN Mrs. O. L. Haynes; Sr. with
Mrs S. L. Peek St.. Mrs. J, E.
T/c\\ Wilson, and Mw. L. D. Vlntag

rf wv w o Gladys!!:Mooty.: Phone 964-760S aa co-hosteaaea.

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Little Women

Give Annual N 1r 1

Christmas FormalThe
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Holiday guests of Mr. and \
Starke Woman's Club Mrs. H. A. Lawson IncludedMr. i
was the setting on Monday and Mrs. Joe Jordan of
e evening Dec. 22, for the annual Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. Bill
'l 17 Christmas formal given ,by the Morar of Panama City Mr.
Little Women's Club. A color i and Mrs. Charles Lawson of
4 scheme of ,blue and silver was Tallahassee, and their children -
fR chosen for 'the occasion. The LA ; and Bud Lawson ot
mantle In the lounge was ,bank Marion, N. C.
ed with silver magnolia leaves a
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes
and spotted /with blue orna- were in Miami last week visit-
,
H;" Inents. Above ,the mantle hung ing Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hayes. a r''
a beautiful blue and silver

Christmas wreath. :Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bar-
kj -Sinclair, a former Little Wom- nett of Columbia, Miss., and
'an's Club .sponsor, greeted Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farrlor and
guests, assisted .by Cindy Gordon Sullins of Brooksvllle

: Strickland Club President, and A. were holiday guests of Mr. and
; ; her escort Richard Sap!>. ---- Mrs. Ralph Diggs. Miss Janelle Pollard Weds Mr. Reese I

dual Guests tables were centered seated with at indivi blue Sally Ann Moore Exchanges Vows Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Coker Jn Methodist Ceremonies, December I 12In

candles in .silver containers. With Mr. Norman In St. Mark's ChurchSt. of West Palm Beach were recent ,
Highlighting; the decorations in visitors of Col. and Mrs.J. the pressure of their Im- Miss Lynn Pollard attended
I the ballroom was a spotlghLed! Mark's Episcopal Church !bowls. Presld'ng at the punch A. Grif f1n. mediate families and friends! her sister aa maid of honor.
t r revolving silver Christmas tree! waa the setting for the wedding 'bowls were Misses Susan Har- Miss Erma Janells] Pollard, She carried a bouquet of yellow
decorated with blue ornaments.The of Miss Sally Ann Moore !by, Sheila McConnell and Jan Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. mums and carnations.A .
refreshment tabl3 In the daughter of Mrs. Rosenbush Rltch. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and daughter spent Christmasday Pollard, and Joseph Tyson reception was held at the
sunroom was covered with a Moore of Klngsley Lake and assisted. | with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reese, son of Mrs. R. W. Reejie home of ,the groom. The brlda's
white linen cloth and centered James T. Moore of Starke to After a wedding trip to North Fender In Gainesville. and 'the late M-F3t. R. W. Reese.T7.S.A table was covered with a white
!by an arrangement of white Reginald Carl Norman, son of Carolina the couple is residing J1. retired, were united:! In Italian lace cloth and centered
flowers in a sliver epergne Mr. and Mrs. Truman I. Nor at 1016 E. Brown Street, Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Crawford marriage In the First United: toy silver candelabra decorated
Jamie/ McMurtrie Becomes BrideOf flanked by three-pronged silver man of Lawtey. Rev. J. Thomas City. The bride traveled In a and son, Kevin, of Cape Methodist:: Church on December 'with white carnations and
I candelabra containing burning Staab, of Jacksonville performed winter white wool suit with Canaveral are spending two 12 at 8:30: p.m. with Rev. D. T. streamers. The tiered bride's
Mr. Dowling In Presbyterian ChurcH white tapers. Punch was served the double-ring cere brown accessories, with whch! weeks with Mrs. W. H. Hart. Farabee Jr, performing the I cake was placed at one end of

Miss Jamie Beatrice McMur- calla lily points over her from a silver bowl. Pouring mony on Saturday Dec. 20, at she wore a corsage of yellow candlelight ceremony. the table and a sliver antique
trie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wrists and were fastened by punch during the evening were 2 p.m. roses. E5 Barry Firth of Fort Braggis Decorating the altar were two punch bowl was at ''the other
home two weeks
James Leighton McMurtrie and rows of satin covered buttons. Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs John Highlighting: the altar were The bride and' groom botH on leave. large baskets holding white end.Following
formed bandson vases of white gladioli and gladioli mums, carnations and a short weddingtrip
William Mathews Dowling, son Lace appliques Watson, Mrs. Townsend Strlckt graduated from BHS in the Mr. and Gibson
Df: Mrs. W. E. Dowling and the each sleeve. The skirt featured land and Mrs. Sinclair. pompoms against a background, class of 1969. The bride is a visited their Mrs. and Larry fern, against a background of the couple is residing! at
late Mr. Dowling were unitedin shirred fullness on each Hostesses for the evening of candelabra, with white tap recent graduate of Massey Busi- in-law, Mr. son and Mrs.daughter-Gerry two spiral candelabra with 2014 N.W. 4th St.. Gainesville.
marriage Wednesday, Nov. side and terminated in back were Mrs. r. W. Strickland and ers.Mrs. ness College. Mr. Norman is Gibson at Merritt Island last burning tapers. The bride ,and groom are
26, at 6 p.m. in the First Presbyterian in a circular chapel train. Her Mrs. J. D. Warren club spon- George Canova provided attending Lake City Junior Col. week. !both graduates of BHS. The
Church. Rev. RobertD. headpiece was a floor length sors. Chaperones were Mr. and nuptial! music. lege, School of Forestry. The bride, given in marriageby :bride attended the freshman
Burch performed the candle- mantilla of candlelight illusion, Mrs. John Watson. Mr. and Marvin T. Patrick of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gener- her father, wore a short year at the University of Southern -
light service. edged in antique lace with can- Mrs. Townsend Strickland, and' serve] as ;.best man and the eux and children of West Spring- street length white silk organza Mississippi, was a memberof
The altar was decorated with dlelight rose clustered appli F. W. Strickland. Approximately ushers were Jack L. Trawlck I 1 field, Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. dress with/ lace trim on 'the Delta Delta Delta sorority;
baskets of mums and gladioli ques. With this she work a 100 young people attended: Jr. of KIn sley Lake and .k RRQ Eddie Douglas of Atlanta are neck and sleeves. Her short 'transferred to :Santa Fe Junior
against a background of cultured pearl necklace with this affair and enjoyed dancing George Ward of Lake City. spending two weeks with their blusher veil was secured to a College and received an A. A.
branched candelabra with yel- earrings and bracelet tomatch. to the music of "The Sweet Mrs. Wayne McLeod of King- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'white organza flat bow. She degree.Mr. .
low tapers and fern trees. She carried a flowing nosegay Rooster," a band from Jack sley Lake attended as matron Green. carried a dozen white sweet- Reese attended Santa Fe
Mrs. E. M. Davis, organist, of white mums centered witha sonville. of honor and attendants were The Rev. and, Mrs. Robert D. heart roses. Junior: College and is now employed -
and Miss Carol Hardy, soloist white orchid corsage.A Burch announce the adoption Miss Beverly Meyer of Jacksonville -
and
Mrs. Glenn Hicks of Starke the weekend David Griffith of Newnan, with Western Electric la
provided nuptial music. reception was held in the 'Miss Virginia Harby of Jack of a daughter, Maria Elizabeth, of Miss Marilyn was guest I G!,. served as ,best man.
Roy R. Mathews of Palatka manse where arrangements of DuPont Staff sonville. The attendants were born Nov. 12. The infant arrived Bollinger. Gainesville.:0
attended his grandson as best fall flowers were used. Stand- Sees Bowl Game gowned alike In wine colored at the Burch's home on Dec. :::-::::::::::::::;;:;::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::;::::::;::::::::::::: ::;,,;:::::.m'X: 'X'f.'i&::: :::;::,:::: : :: :: :: :: :::::::::: : : ::
man. Ronald Knolls and Thomas ing In the receiving line were velvet empire gowns of match- 23. ;o
Buby of Starke, and Ed- the bride and groom, the at-
ward Mathews of Gainesville tendants and parents of the Members of the DuPont staff ing tulle secured to velvet Bradford County Hospital announces E Watch For Our Formal! :
bows. They carried white pom-
were ushers. couple. Miss Marian Dowling, and their wives were guests of the following births:
and 'r.
Miss Tryphenla McRae attended sister of the groom, kept the 'the company at the Gator Bowl pom nosegays with green Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griff 13, ; .
the bride as maid of bride's book. ,game in Jacksonville last Sat. 'white velvet ribbons. Lake Butler, a son, Bryan Kim,
honor. She wore a velvet floor urday. Two charter busses, one) The bride, given in marriageby Dec. 24. I l
length bronze-gold Juliet style The bride's table was leaving from Staike, and. fae: her godfather, Jack L. 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rodney .
with short sleeves and covered with a white linen cloth from Trawick Sr.. of Kingsley Lake, << .
gown puff Keystone Heights, provided Moore, Gainesville, a son, Phil. } }5 .
low round neck, edged with centered with a floral arrange- transportation to the game wore a gown of heavy lustre lip Richard, Dec. 25. GRAND :
ment. The five-tiered bride's white satin with fitted bodice .
bone-colored crocheted lace. for ''lhe group. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Harold
,,Her headpiece was matching cake was at one end of the After the game, a steak din- and chapel train. The .sweetheart Starling. Lawtey, a son Nathan. S? <<
tvelvet petals with moss green table and crystal punch bowlat ner was enjoyed at the Thunderbird neckline and skirt were Eric,. Dec. 18. ::: =* .
{velvet ribbons that fell down the other end. Mrs. Marta Inn in Jacksonville. accented.wlth dentellas de Calalslaoe. Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Wilson } I
(the backai\ .'streamers/: Bramble, sister of the bride, A wide halo of re-em.. Dedge, Keystone Heights a r:1f "
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carried : of bronze cut the bride's cake and lace.scattered ,...:.
bouquet assisting broidered Venlse daughter, Shannon All&sa. Dec. ..... .: .
and gold mums.Bridesmaids. in serving was Mrs. Candy Stripers with seed pearls secured her 19. 'g'
were Miss Bar- Fannie Lou Maguire of Geor- tired elbow length veil of Imported ;
Mr. and Mrs. A. W, GaylarJJr.
bara McMurtrie, sister of the gia. Christmas PartyThe illusion. Her only ornament @ OPtIINGTO ;
Starke, a son, Dec. 25.JOYOUS .
bride, Miss Nancy Dowling, sister Following a short wedding was an opal pendant, a << i
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of the groom, and Miss trip the couple is residing at Candy Stripers held their gift of the groom. She carrieda .:.:.
Lisa Martin of Smyrna, Dela., the Westmoreland Trailer ParkIn annual Christmas party Mon- crescent bouquet of white "' :(C:'
cousin of the bride. Their Starke. The bride traveledin day night at the Starke Golf stephanotis centered with two <.;" ',,' <:t' : :
:daffodil yellow gowns were a soft maize wool suit with and Country Club. deep red cymbidium orchids.A -,, BE ANNOUNCED
fashioned on the same linesas bone-colored accessories, and The club house was gayly decorated reception was held In the
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the honor attendant's. Their f'n v
wore the orchid corsage from In the holiday theme parish house where a large ar- .. jj
headpieces were also daffodil her wedding bouquet.The and the refreshment 'table was rangement cf white gladioli kJ :(:.): c::: ,
yellow and they carried bronze covered with a Christmas cloth ,ana pompoms graced the (01.
and gold nosegays.All bride and groom are and centered with red and mantel, flanked by red tapers :.:1{ 4 \Vhirlpoo :
bridal attendant gowns both graduates of BHS. The green candles decorated with in branched candelabra. s.v
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and headpieces and the bride'smantilla bride is presently attending the holly. Greeting guests at the door ## a t
were designed and Santa Fe Junior College Nur- .
Games, refreshments and recordings were Mrs. George Schoene of
made by the bride's mother, sing program. Mr. Dowling + <<
were enjoyed duringthe Hlrris Long % q
Park Mrs.
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Orange a
Mrs. McMurtrie, and grand- served In the armed forces,
party hours, 8 to 12 o'clock. 'and Mrs. D. D. Kennett of .... i >>
mother, Mrs. Albert B. MaIms- is a member of the Lion'sClub :;:(
Attending were members of Green Cove Springs. StandingIn ::: r; .
and is associated with l
Jo.Miss the Candy Stripers their moth- the receiving line were the /
Cary Mathews of Produce
Dowling Market in
Gainesville, cousin of the Starke. ers, dates and a few guests. ''bridal couple, the bride's mother J Register Now I

groom, attended as flower girl, the groom's parents and I
and Jody Griff, nephew of the bride's attendants. Miss Gwen I# FOR Ir
bride, was ring bearer. Juniors To MeetThe Jordan-Griggs Starling kept the bride's book, ;: rr'k ;
The bride, given in marriageby Engagement Told ,at a table holding a bud vase .' FREE!' I;
her grandfather, Albert B. Junior Woman's Club with red roses. NEWYEAR .: ::
Malmsjo of Keystone Heights, will meet Monday, Jan 5, at 8 Mrs. Sarah Garrett of Malone The bride's table, covered .
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wore a gown of bridal satin p.m. at the club\ house with announces the engage. with a floor length cloth was : f
and Imported re-embroidered Mrs Wallace] Wise and Mrs. ment and approaching marriageof centered with a ,three-tiered l
Alencon lace trimmed with Ir- George Loper as ho tesses.' ) her daughter, Mrs. Ruth wedding cake embossed with Happy New Year to "WhirlpoolDISHWflSER
ridescent sequins. Her rounded Mrs. Robert Burch will presenta Jordan of the State Farm to florets and flanked by crystal all of friends d ,
neckline was enhanced by ap- program on the :March of Willie S. Crlsgs of Jacksonville.The candelabra decorated with our r
pliques of floral lace sprays. Dimes. wedding will ,take place small arrangements of white and neighbors. f< I
The long sleeves tapered to Misses Sharon Rowe '
January 2 at 6 p.m. at the pompoms.
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Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williamsand Mrs. Patricia McLendon of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High
Mr. and Mrs.' David Canova
Mr. and Mrs. Harold God- Rock Hill S. C. Is visiting and family of Jacksonville, Miss Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt RMS
P win had as holiday guests Ben- Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Miss Dianne Edwards of Florida Atlantic and Lynwood Walters visited and family of Salem, Va. spent
---J nie Williams of Savannah Ca., Jean Mundy this week. University, and Mrs.W. their grandparents. Mr. and the long weekend with Rev. and
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L.WilliamsJr. Mrs. C. W. Walters Sr. in Mrs. Charles Reese.
A. Edwards of Sanford were
Dublin, Ga. last Tuesday and
and family of Pensacola Miss Joyce Allen and fiancee, holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and Lex Johns, and Mrs. Mildred M. Edwards Sr. Wednesday.Mr. Harry Hatcher of North
Denton DeVoe will daughter of Gainesville, Rich- Thrift of Macclenny had Christ Georgia College Is home for
to Fort Ord, Calif. Friday return Cadet Bruce Haddock of the Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk ard Williams of U. of F., Mrs. mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- and Mrs. Homer Stearnsof the holidays.
Tavares and \ and .
after two weeks visit with his Coast Guard Academy, New were visiting Mrs. Jeff Paulk George D. Flynn Sr. of Atkinson Jimmy Hodges In Gainesville.Mr. wards and children of Naplesare Mr. Mrs.B. a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith London, Conn. Is home for the and family in Pierson Ca. on N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. spending Saturday to Wed- J. Eggers and family of ,
DeVoe. Denton holidays. Saturday Mack Lloyd Bell of Currie, and Mrs. Fred T. Ilogue Mr. and Mrs.Merrill Jacksonville were weekend
recently grad- nesday with and During; the next ten years
of Mrs.
Mr.
uated from Drill School and Mr. and Mrs. James Barron N. C. Mrs. Flynn Is remain- Sr. spent the holidays with Mr. tdwards.: They all visited guests Tully Florida tourism will increase
Is now a drill sergeant. are spending New Year's day Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johns ing here until Friday.Mr. and Mrs. Ilogue .//r. in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabbit Norman. approximately fifteen per cent.

with Mr. and Mrs J. C. Gil- and family of Macclenny and sonville. and family In Gainesville Mon- ,
Carlton Meng of the New RIver bert in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. !Harveyof and Mrs. Paul Payne day afternoon.
Marine Corps base in Jacksonville Atlanta spent the long week- and daughter of McComb Ohio Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams
-
N. C. was home Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Good- end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. are spending two weeks with were in Daytona Beach Thurs- Mrs Martha Moore spent the
1 .,26. man had as Christmas day Hitch. Christmas day visitors Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne. day to Saturday visiting Mr. Christmas holiday with Mrs. BRADFORD PECANS
guests her mother, Mrs Ethel of Mr. and Mrs. Ritch were They also had as a weekend and Mrs. Marvin Watson and Hirris Long and Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs Walter Woodof Pickren, James J. Pickren and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Saundersand visitor Mrs. Payne's mother, Mrs. Lucy Major. D, D. Kennett in Green Cove FOR SALE
families of
Orlando were Christmas day Cyril Pickren and family of Lake City, Rev. Mrs. Rosalie Crutchfield of St. Springs.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Gainesville, Dr. and Mrs. U.S. and Mrs. Graham Spurrier of Augustine.Mr. Mrs. Jessie May Brannen
Gish and son, Dana of Murray, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Is spending the holi-
.Newcomb. The :Newcombs: have Dillon Mrs. Anthony Caruso and Mr.
as visitors this week Mr. and Ky. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne James Drier of Toledo, Ohio. and Mrs. Charles W. days with Mr. and Mrs. R.W. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli of Shelled and Unshelled
Harper and son of Starke. of Calhoun, Ga. and
Mrs. Byron Newcomb: Cressler Brannen.
and family Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Robert -
of Tampa. Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Maj. and Mrs. William K. Boothof Stefanelli of Gainesvilleand WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Miss Madge Middleton were Fort Walton Beach and their Sgt. Jerry Lawson of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Raymond

Mrs. James Ekard and Lisa had as Christmas day guests visiting Mrs. Mae Jones and children spent Christmas week Walton Beach was home for Stefanelli of Ocala and their Starke' State Farmers Market
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. An- Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley of W.D. Jones and family In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. M, W. the holidays. children were Christmas day I
Island and Mrs.
Merritt Mr.
drew Whitehead in Fairfield, on Christmas day. Cressler. guests of :Mr.[ and Mrs. Henry
Calif. Glen Conner of..Orlando. Dr. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hunt Stefanelli.
and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. Misses Louise and Etta Frlpp Local admittances to Brad- and family of St. Augustineand

Christmas day guests of Mr. of Lake City, S/Sgt. and Mrs. of Columbia, S. C. were holi- ford Couity Hospital this week Sarasota were visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringwere
and Mrs Frank Cruce were: Gene Pass of Fort Bragg, N.C., day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.L. include: Richard Stallings, Henrietta Hunt last Friday visiting Dr. and Mrs. M.J.
:Mr.[ and Mrs. Robert Carltonand and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Powell. Jacksonville; Clyde Thornton, Mrs. Hunt also had as week- Pickering and daughter in
sons, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Crawford of Crystal River and Raiford; Mrs. Mildred Hind- end visitors Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gainesville last Tuesday to Fri -mar

V. L. Starling, Mr. and Mrs. families. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. spent mau, John W. Powell, Mrs. Hunt of Bonifay. day. < ?
Christmas and with Peggy Shaller, Harold Mitchell. C y/\\
Emory Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Miss Harriet Goodman day Friday -- ? _
returned -
Joseph Starling, :Mr. and to Chicago, III. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward and Charles E. Smith, Lois A. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter ::::::...---:-,./ v
:Mrs. Eugene Perkins, :Mr. andMrs. after spending the Christmas Darby Peek in Lake City. Thornton and Donald F. Mc- family of Palatka were visit- of Santa Fe Lake and Mr.
Duane Griffis and Mrs. holidays with her parents, Mr. rae. Starke; Edward O. K human Ing Mrs. H. M. Richarde on and Mrs. David Reid and family -
Eddie Cruce, all of Lawtey,and and Mrs. Seeber D. Goodman. Lt. and Mrs. Henry Richarde and Mrs. Gertrude John- Sunday. Andrea and Scott Buck of Jacksonville were Christ- New Year
their children; Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and family left Monday for son, Lake Geneva; John W. remained with their grand- mas day guests of Mr. and Greetings
Gene Duncan of Clinton S.C.: Douglas Seymour of Tampaand the Naval Air Station in Albany, Walker, Keystone Heights; and mother for the week. :Mrs. Dolph Reddish.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Linzy Hallie Seymour of Orlando Ga. after a three months visit Mrs. Margaret Shaughness,

and son, and Miss Gertie Faye spent the Christmas holiday with Mrs. H. M. Richards Melrose.Lt. .
with their parents, Mr and
Cruce, of Gainesville ....
and Mrs.
.
:Mrs. J. D. Seymour. and Mrs. Don Ko- -
Col.
Quincy truce and family of :Mrs. Blanche Williams of the
Clermont Baker County Nursing Home retz of Albany, N. Y. are t6 JIe4WV .. ; '" ,.
Christmas weekend guests of spent Christmas day with Mr. spending Dec. 19 to Jan. 6 ., I.
Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Nollman Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseleyand and Mrs. L. D. Green and with Mrs. Arlen McKnIght and .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. II. H. Adams family. son, David. Col. and Mrs. ., "
1 Crosby
H. Dawkins in Jacksonville were Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mose- Koretz and David attended the
Wednesday and last ley; their son Ray, and daugh- Mr and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Gator Bowl game Saturday.
Thursday. ter, Patti, and :Miss Sarah Pe-
and Mrs. A. O. Andreu were l ; 41/cP/f7W/
Murry McRae[ of FSU Is try of Knoxville, Tenn. in Gautier, Miss last week Mr. and Mrs. John Buckleyand dlJ ::

spending the holidays with his visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. daughter of Sarasota spent ..
parents, Mr. and Mrs. :M. M. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beckett Stith and family the long weekend with her par-
:McRae. of Emory University Decatur, ents, Mr. and Mrs. David

Ga. are spending the holidays Capt. Thomas Dyal of San Browning.
Mrs. J. W. McNeely and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.L. Bernadino, Calif spent last
of Lake K. Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merrittand
daughter
City spent week with his parents, Mr.
the weekend with her mother, and Mrs. Nate Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Craw-
:Mrs. Herbert Thomas while S/Sgt and Mrs. Willard W. ford held a steak cookout Fri-
: Wynn of Fort Benning spent day, Dec. 19 at the home of
Mr. Thomas and Mr. McNeelywere Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williamsand '
the Christmas holidays with the former on Bedford Lake
In the Scrub. family of New Port Richey r
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wjnn. spent Thursday Saturday with for six couples and their fam- r;, ,vbaa"I

Mr. and :Mrs. Shi Smith and :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- ilies. Climaxing the eveningwas /
Steve a visit by Santa Claus for
Byron Terwlllegar.
son, Robbie, and :Mrs. Louis dale.
Denmark, and Steve Whiteheadwere the children.
Chaff and children spent the ; '
long weekend with Mr.and Mrs on a fishing trip in the Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. .
Mrs. R. A. Newsom -
spent -
Shi Florida Keys from Friday to Kincaid
Smith Jr. In New Orleans. J. W. were visiting
last week in Lakeland with Mr.
Tuesday.HOUSTON'S :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe in
and Mrs. R. E. Mathews and J
Tampa over the long weekend. ;
'w Mrs. J. A. Howe.

Jan Douglas Gulfport, Miss. Good LuckTo
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. DenmarkSr.
Happy spent Dec. 19-24 with Dr. and
of Jacksonville (
were recent -
Mrs. H. G. Bollinger and daugh- 1
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
ters. A. Russell Norman. The Nor- May you rise All
Our Friends
Rev. and Mrs. mans spent the Christmas heights
New Year Roman Alvarezand to new
family of Arlington, Texas weekend in Tampa and Sarasota Customers and Coffee Drinkers

? ) were visiting their parents, Mr. of success and happiness.

... and Mrs. O.R. Alvarez Sr. and
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Hutche-
Mrr- and Mrs. Joe Starling last
week. son and family of Clarksvllle

\wRw Mr.,and Mrs. Franklin Star- ents Tenn., Mr are visiting and Mrs.their C.par-C. Starling Farm Supply
/ ling' left Monday for Arlington. Hutcheson this week. THE BRANDING IRONFelix
Texas where they will be em-

1 'i ployed Schools.in the Arlington Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Carl :Mathews Eddie and Dotothy Starling and Betty Sullivan

were In Maitland over the long
weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dukes ----
Bruce Mathews.
y I I land daughter were in Meridian
Miss. over the holiday weekend

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Albert ]Hodge in Alcolu, S.C.
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles WISHES r ling on a modest Ask About

Creech in Columbia, S. C. decorato budget I BaococJtbEasy

Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez
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Bill Becomes Law ]has been traditional between Services Held ForMrs Rev. J. O. McClainTo The new tupcrjets may not Gondoliers are vanishing
Jail
.
from the canals ( Venice
City-County
the primaries and the general be able to land many places
Setting Primaries$; \elections. Shaw points out. MontgomeryIn Be SpeakerAt but they will be ideal for circling ICs still romantic but take
Now legislators will begin cam- the airport. along your transistor rid.
Lake
In SeptemberContinued i City Church of GodRev.
Idea paigning In June or July and
Unfeasible ( From Page ODe) will have three months until Funeral services were held tit ..... .... ....... .-.........-..-..-. -
the Sept. 8 primary. The sec 3:30: p.m. Monday for Mr. E. Jim O. McClain missions ........ .
(Continued From Pap One) representative for the s.
office will be from noon on July i ond primary will follow( In three F. Montgomery who died Fri
results: specific ideas on thai needs for 21 to noon August 4. "weeks and: the general electiontwo day at her home in Lake City. Church Department of Cod will World be) Missions guest SEE US FORDon't :
-Mrs. Lee Saunders chairman the
books for
Registration
i weeks later.
city offices but he> said he She the mother of David''
was
of the Library Building Committee thought space should be 'provided ( 1970 primaries will be closed The long stretch drive from H. Montgomery of Starke and speaker for theannual missions '
: Dr. Florence Jennings, for the August 8 and reopened! l on November 'the second )primary In late May service at the Starke Churctof .
city purchasing E. F. Montgomery
the wife of Rev. CASH
fcrarlan Martha Minx. said that agent In the new building. He 9, one lay' after the \until general election In November ', pastor of the First God on Tuesday, Jan. 6. at i $ EXTRA $ 1
brprian: M.ihta Minx said that 7:30: p.mRev.
also said he will contact other 1970 general eloction. will be eliminated Presbyterian Church of Lake'! .
the LibrAry Board Is awing cities that have recently built The new primary affects Shaw' points! out. McClain Is a native of
.ahead with plant to build on new facilities.! It was agreedthat scores of state office holdcl'especially \!, City Mrs.for Montgomery many years.was a for. Atlanta. Ga. and is a four-time let a lack of money 0
property adjacent to the city the committee should visitother all 119! members of It Is simply not true that the of the Florida winner of national honors for :.>" .
: mer president ..
hAll (the Parks propt>l.tyl. Mrs. town to obtain Ideas. 'the House of Rpivscntatlvca long campaign has not affected Federation of Music Clubs, anda his missionary program. His. _. : worry you. If It's for a. :
Saunders questioned) if the who face re- lection in 1970 the work of legislator In past Interest in world missions
founder of the Ste- we'll. .1
street ">en%'t''i the Parka.. property It wall the House that Insist. years. Shaw says. Iu Is impossible phen principal Foster Memorial at White caused him to accept the appointment .J- !? 'J/it worthwhile purpose
) and the city hall could Edwards MakesDean's cd on the Soptomber\ -Imarles. he says, to concentrateon :! Springs She was a choir director as Missions representative -. arrange a personal loan j
;..T 00 closed but received no answer favoring shift In the election a job or to sleep soundly at In Jacksonville and Lake In August 1966. Sf 1 '
last: Tuesday niRlit.:\ List dates instead of a shift In the nUht when you face a run-off City for more than 20 years The pastor of the local: .. to meet your needs with ,J n
-John Myers manager: of the April cessions of the Lcglsla- election even six months hence. church. Rev. Y. W. Kldd urges I
music
J.imo3 Edwards has' been and was also a long-time Jlj'v!
A. :
Bradford Chamber of Commerce ture. For almost a year the "I hope it works out" he director at Camp Osceola and full attendance at the missions terms to fit your budget. :
named to the Dean's List at .
said the Chamber Senate was I Just as adamant on says. "Simply because it will Camp Montgomery on Cyrstal service.
Board of Governors has: net ;yet South Georgia College in Douglas keeping the May primaries and save time and money between Bradford
Lake. LodgeInstallation TODAY
Ga.Edwards. CALL OR VISIT US .
acted on the city's proosnl to changing the dates of the senplans. i. May and September." :
She native of Topeka
Is among 101 students was a
include chamber facilities in Shaw notes there has been
Kan., and graduated from Lake
the honor ,
the proposed complex but will achieving In the regular session of the very little opposition to the Forest College'. Interment was Loans Up To $600 :
those studentswho
which
take the matter up at a meet- goes to legislature In May 1969, after new primary dates In his district In Memorial Cemetery at Lake Bradford Lodge No. 35, F.
ing Jan. 7. maintained a B or better the new Constitution was adop- City. &A.M. will have open Installa- a TOWN FINANCE CO. .
the recently -
-Clerk Edwards he had grade average during Florida ', Jan.
said ted in 1968. the House tion of officers on Friday
concluded Pall Quarter.
not had time to work up passed a bill changing the poi 2, at 7:30: pun. at the lodge t
manes from May to September.It i hall on West Call St. Wives and 22fi N. TEMPLE: [ AVE. S1'ARKE.
was amended in the Senateto Trade at Home aelftemmda11tpte.ts$'. families are invited. Light refreshments -
leave the primaries in May ;; will be served. ..................

and change ,the date of the an. elii0 _
- - a. -a
flush sessions, but the House'rejected *
> that proposal.A I
Ii
conference commiti.ee, five I
: men from each house, then
deadlocked on the issue with 3 NEW GOOD REASONS I

.. \\ 1.. both respective groups stands.A sticking. to their'

committee of the
special
.
.:: ,. L-,
: r.r -. \. ), Legislature recommended the I
I .
:-
/r/ri / =:- ; Senate viewpoint moving the
!i session to an earlier date and

lr J'( [Iitn2.P ged.Then leaving the primaries w chan ,I FOR SAVING WITH US

a .- .\ M.Iv"" last month In the the special House, session again : I:

1970 T :' passed tember a primaries.bill calling The for Senate Sep. I I'

..p-J. E amended to an It earlier to change date the and sessions set Quarter Earnings Are I II
I t t.
Are Now Insured 2.
With sincere appreciation ., { t House the primaries again rejected in June.the The pro I Savings J .

for your good will, we 0 : < j posal and It became obvious, Now PaId Or Compoundt.t.t t.
according to Rep. Gene Shaw, I t
for'V TO .
extend best wishes that the House would not re- UP 20000.00

the new year. I cede from Its stand., ed QnAND Both Passbook I It
1'/11' After one vote enough Senators I t (
>; .C.'Ne' switched to pass the

FARMERSMutual 1 House Shaw bill., however, is still not j Certificate Savings. t tt
entirely sold on the September I t
SHUFORD'SStandard '
primaries."I'm .
Exchange not wed to It so that If
StationSid It doesn't work. ." the Brad- t j I Ir II
Phone 961-7871 1
ford legislator says. Shaw II
Shuford points out that many persons i r
still doubt the new primary j I
dates will prove satisfactory. i
"I'm not certain that camp r 3LFree :
aigning in August and having F
I II
the first primary on the day I I
W ti ] tTryVCl1L/ the 1970 term of school opens
I. I is going to promote the interests -
of the state" Shaw: notes. j I I t
The September primaries will 1
''take of the i
away some long

t I period of campaigning which I I ;.' I

,
'" We fake thisopportunity to wish I: COMPLETE SET OF 1964 COINS ur''IN CASE ER :II j

warmth and
you happiness. J IB When you open a New Account or add to present A

\ | one in the amount of $200.00 or more (While They Last) f

\\ 1 4 One to Each Account .- Maximum Three Per Customer! IA

\ ai\ \ \\4// _- E pn

'. A Real Collectors Item 1964 was the last year the f |!

Y N eWL.W'War f Ninety Per Cent Silver coins were minted -.in


I the United States Cannot Handle By Mail I. II I J.



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BROWN'SRefrigeration: : COIN WORLD, Wednesday, November 5, 1 9I :))69R


Air Conditioning And Eddie EDDIE'S SERVICE& Louise:; 66"Jackson i, Stahl Predicts Treasury Will Quit Silver Business I


U.S. :301 South I I I
Bulls in the silver market,

.- ., .,.'... ..... ,, .', ,.. .. cheered by the upturn in
: > :- '' ';: ::::: :::: : ::;:::;:::::::::::::::;VI 19(54( SILVER MIN'I'LiTF;
:: ::! t prices which prevailed .t.tr

ii; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home !1! thoughout September, found :!"""".- tt.; _.,..
still more encouragement in / ..' \ /" ... ,' .. ... ....
i t# HURST'S' I a prediction by Charles R. !I., ;. .,. ". \ '10.. t
I STARKE Stahl that the U. S. Treasury ..; ; '\ .", ; : ;:. .. : ,
\ :: )
would bow out of the silver
'::1 PHONE; ',c5.r; 2)0i <:::<:::. SHELL SERVICE I business between December \. .;# \' ., ...... ""11I"I."" ,. -....-,,,. t

'j1i: 15 of this year and March 11, -

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS t Economic 1970. Stahl News is president Agency and of tI1w t

.:.:.:. I'Ith" f' t n 'JJ7: <; publisher of Green's Commodity tt

::.... .'. .' '.' ....'.'..., .' .,'. '. Market Comments a
t precious metals newsletter.In t

a special story appearing
in American Metal Market -
; t Stahl the i t
4u11 presented fol. 'Ii h l', 'I.ill, dollar .ippc.tr*
'Iw.'I1.v tlf. lowing background of his I liv.Mtli.-tl !r I'u1 i .1:" ;li',1; ''"n. I Illc. bin: oninrltiii 1 .
Df prediction: I ,
AsIc ;; of Mlvcr ''oinvill proh.il'U -
yowc 41/ATy f.l I The August 31 breakdown Iv."\1+'Iird't
'Charley of silver bullion released by Nil; sl.llCIIICIIt' : 1-lMK.CItlillg: ..U'fl.ini \ I I1 j f ;i
., ii
'1' tI.J j."' '" I U, kli.iii'jc: lie( tlosign; of the JZ
the Budget and Finance division 't
'
.
_
I krnn..ll: ) li.il! Joll.ir' was h'rth.'olllilltt '
1 HE1'fRYGRADY E. of the Bureau of the .
f \ ; hvm ilio fic.iiurv .I is it f 4'
!Mint showed that 26.3 million .
.iinuniiKCtlli.u! ni.iy he I the death
I Johns.About ounces of silver.bullion A"I t
t knoll of( silver: coinage in the
r.6o. P OQDLLircitUMT'i HOTEL obtained from coinage is being I 'nilctl Slates.A .
ftwtlatuM ThiN Question, held by the Treasury.This Militl.mluil majority of the ,
"No fine would believe how I t is the only silver available (1'lIl1l1i..i"11 uKo icconmiciHlcilIII.u t
Q'' ttiq pt&Mtd liflicull it is! to walk with for the weekly GSA Ih,' ('''"glI:'s .ciuict. : :
sales, he pointed out, and I lion to make the cm.rent:,
:a couple: of toes missing. I.liI.I"'t!
o please you Ir.ilise Km un silver coins
This I l accident happened tome I t should be exhausted by mid nent iiiitl 1 applicable. to 't
The ultimate in downtown convenience Ui>iei1 to during the hunting December.
Atlanta Merchandise Mart, theaters, in center i+t.'ul of the finest shopping area. Beauty and Barber Shops I t .t I
Theater,Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage Klad to have the medical i YOU TO SAVE"!
store Sundries stand. Superb meeting and ballroom 1 and hospital hills paid by
facilities. All rooms air-conditioned and with TV. -y\ Hunters Accident insur- '
ance. Will the Charley E. I t 't'tt I Ii
New Motor lobby-drive right into the Johns '?;Th
'
J' Agency take
a
1"' 1 hotel' Reasonable rates ,1)1T I
r chance on me again this t SAVNGS[ LOAN .1 II
AND
14r t' Downtown it Piachtrtt t Cain Sts. season? z .f ASSOCIATION
'r P.0.8oK 1416
Y-7- Phone:404/52 4-3211 Charley E. O .

t :R.EZTAUR.ANT.COCKTAZL" : LOUNom JOHNS. AGENCY I, l ((904)) 9615000.39! WEST MADISON STREET 1 1STARKE
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA 131 So. Walnut St. FLORIDA 32091 .J

Phone 964-5070.. .... ---

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local Government Costs $289 | Nobody Hurt Seriously- In 4 Accidents


Two cows, a balky tie rod wrecker, owned by Hurst's Shell
SRS-225
Per when he struck and
Capita In Bradford County 22 and a driver who failed to
stop
1D jjt3 10 + Service in Starke, had the cable killed a cow owned by W, J.
Y for truck
., t a 3 3re a being pulled from stretched across the highway
a ditch all resulted in automobile to out Dodd, Starke. to the
Just how pull a tractor and trailer Damage
much it costs per standing debt incurred in accidents in the past
con- that estimated
was stuck. car was at $300 by
capita to
keep the wheels of nection will local government week but no one was seriously FHP ,
Trooper R W. Pace.
From 10
government turning In Brad injured. to IS cars were already -
operations. Jerry CIphus Nolan, 13, Max-
ford County as with stopped in each lane
compared
,the cost in other communities Indicated is how much Is spent Trooper Carson Turlingtonof Turlington said but Clause vllle, was driving a 1966 Ford
is brought out in a new study in each area per resident:; for the Florida Highway Patrol drove around on the median coach 1.5 miles north of Lawtey
released by the Department schools roads police and ft F said he barely managed Jump strip and struck the cable. Dec. 24 when a tie rod came
Commerce.The protection, health; welfare; out of the path of a 1969 Dodge Turlington said he looked loose. Nolan had slight Injuries
are contained in housing sanitation(( general administration driven by Clyde Lee Clause around Just In time to Jump when his car went Into the
a fires report the first and the nlmp'oUter 39, Wlldwood when Turling- out of the way when Clause median strip for 300 feet then
of its kind since 1962, based functions performed.In ton was directing traffic on came through about 40 mph. down an embankment into the
upon the latest Census of Bradford County the figures US-30lsouth of Starke Monday "If that cable had not water.
'Governments. Such survcjsare: show the cost of such Dec. 29. broke ." the trooper said
"It was Just the right heightto Earl Keith Rogers. 19, Ral-
made every five cars. services amounted to $289: !} in The Dodge struck
In it are detailed for each the dear for eter man. woman cable a wrecker take the cab off the car." ford was not Injured Dec, i7
stretched
'of the 3OOD-odd! counties in and' child in the county. Baby Tornado Basketballers southbound lane of across the four-the In three other accidents no when he swerved his 1965 Chev-
..the United States, the reenues The comparable cosl.inoUievparts laned charges were made. rolet to miss one cow 3.3 miles
and Clause
highway was Terry Allen Parrish, Wor- west of Starke SR-225 and
expenditures and outt capita of the, and o,xmli" in'>', the was State$299per .!} I IU!)6I; > Junior' Varsity basketballers sy, Alphonsn Henry, Dennis Kelly, Gray charged with driving while intoxicated thington Springs, driving a 1966Dodge hit another. on

of 1 Florida. $2r9.! HI Hnulfoid high are (I-r) Mike Gis- Flynn Brian Johns, Jimmy Ricks Carl Turlington. The said,cable but knockedout broke on SR-18 just west of
\: Hi herd. Charles Wright, Malichi Henry
:\I"I"l1al1ne outlaw for I the front and back windshields -
these local level OIXM';,lions Basketball Vr Danny McKinney, Gary Host, Eddie of the Dodge. Clause
,qt ('al1let" $:>s .fl billion In tin IIl1zen. and David Alvarez. had lacerated fingers and fore-
\ear, as against $34.8 billionin Play Opens t head.
1"1:2. tvl The Baby Tornadoes will meet
The il! ing coal ,>f itmptnvnent The trooper said he was directing -
has' teen a \problem In Here Tuesday k'I k'\\ Lake City at 6:30: p.m. here next Tues- traffic while the

almost ('\.eQ UvrtHtji.with public .
pnjwllv the (nice of 1111. I I I r
foHaN.! the .tM11athI: for cpr- Ur.ulfoul: C.IKOIS will open
,1 ices<< arhl' the cost! t of t"'n""h\t; their p+sl l'helslznas\ : play nextI'lIe..d8) I ,
all motilb: upwardIn ', .Ian. fi, when they A
host the l..tke: City Tigers in
an cffoit t to nuxM iNliu
Ole first of three straight home
PVI\P] nu *< communitiesIAO _
% : gad to fuin to higher:: games.:
tarns. upcvitl\ fees 'and ..1u- Lake City has lost three J'" 1 r I
I"h'1 of mUcolUncoustlor gamesby two points to undefeated '
"j 'hII'S
and :rlis, Live Oak, by 10 pointsto \\JMw
IM.utford the St. Augustine and were
: 'III1I.' re-
downed by big Fernandina. The
t 1110'1I Ul.lt "IICI''II-e\.mue.
)1'1' $I
Tigers have won over Orange HAPPINEand ES
ti 1!e ;fur cane tl o $262: per Park
NLR 71-63
capita| .)< "l'I11p..rcdVIU.: the '
$:. club. One starter is 6-8 and .
another 6-5.
Of the revenue, $108 came
BUS will host
Live Oak
from local taxes: fees and on May this day
Jan. 9 and Green Cove
Springs,
charges and the rest from state
.Th Cm and Federal payments. in a return match Jan. 13. light the way the best ofF
The Blue Devils
downed the
to contentment.
:
Man> governments have foundit everything to
Tornadoes you
57-45 In the sea-
;: .. necessary to go Into debt son opener In Green Cove. I It
: : : .nt' to raise for the
.. money necessary Coach Mike Sexton's team in New Year.
capital improvements.The .
':w ell is
now even at 3-3 after los-
general debt in Brad-
'- :'::'$ c'"t'od, ing two games in the Orange
ford County is $312 per capita, Park Christmas Tournament.
GIB BROWN according to the report. Else- They were beaten 70-49 by L\ IItII'i
where In the United States, local .
Orange Park
and 62-56 by Fer 1970
government debt averages $410
Service Station per capita and, in Florida$271. nandina.The: B-squad plays at 6:30: ,,1EU' YEIR 1970RED 0 l'

next Tuesday with the varsity t
--
game to start around 7:45 p.m. ---- --

I- Thompson Garage

MEN'S BASKETBALLA W. L. THOMAS ALVAREZ
r- meeting will be held: at Kenny Thompson VOLLEY L. STARLING
7:30: pm Monday, Jan. 5, at DISTRiBUTOR U. S. 301 North Service Station
,the Recreation Department on B. P. OIL CORP. I GROCERY
Temple Avenue to organize an .
Adult Men's Basketball League.
Anyone wishing to enter a
& team in the league !Is urgedto
attend ths! meeting.'

o ..1n 1\ kIT YOUTH Bantam BASKETBALLThe and Small Fry SAVE AT COLOSSAL COLORFULJANUARY
-
Leagues continued to practice
during the holidays with ses-
sions being hell::! on Mondayand

,. o Tuesday during the holiday -
period. Starting Monday.
Jan. 5, the leagues will get
back Into full swing, with DEPARTMENT 1 STORES
games tentatively scheduled to
start January 15.


4 Shirley Temple Black will \A/HI'l'' H : SA T1 F :
AND GOOD LUCK i be a representative to the
May foftuna smile Best Wishes United Nations and the real
on you .v.ry I c-,1'' far theb shock Is realizing that the talented
ilep el lH. way. ..i tot is older> than the UN
coming year Hu If,

City Of. Starke I
PEPPERELL

Utilities Dept S. S. NOEGEL JacksonvilleBusiness .. STARKE

Natural Gas AUTO SALES
PLAZA SHEETS



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LIMITED TIME I Directory ctt 1 TOP QUALITY NO-IRON COTTON-


mto Sales and Service ? 100% COTTON-WHITE POLYESTER-WHITE


Parrish MotorsSALES br 72"X108"OR 72"X104"OR $ .17
I tGr f ._; 4.. a $1.76 2

0 TWIN FITTED TWIN FITTED

-J SERVICE
!: PLAYTEX PARTS .. 81"'X 108"or Full Fitted $1.96] 81"X104"orFull Fitted $2.87

Always Good Used Can. Pillow'cases 84c Pillowcases $1.44

6 921 Laura St. Ph. 3SS-S6S4

GIANT .

FfTRir MOTORS SPRINGMAID NO-IRON SPRINGMAID NOIRON"MOONFLOWER"


-.IAN UAAV PEAVY Brothers FASHION COLORED SHEETS SHEETS

Electric Co.,

A f SALEPLAYTEX Elel'trlcIotorf: First solid Quality colors linen No !iron in 72" X 104" or Twin Fitted $2.66 DecoratorFloral In pastel shades.Print No-* 72" 1104" or Twin fitted $2-76

S'M) Serviced Repaired cotton & polyester. 81" X 104" or Full Fitted $3.36 Iron Poly-Cotton, just 81" X( 104" or Full Fitted $3-46
tii-iii, r:itr..'i Starters Armature Durable& colors stay wash & tumble dry
*
l.xlnding bright Pillowcases $1.86 Pillowcases $1.94
AI:"tt r.cnlJC Jax- 387-2528,

, .'
I'lANOSYAMAHA SPECIAL SALE


,: LIVING PIANOS
CONN; and KIMUAI.LOIWANH
BED SPREADS
j STRETCH BRA () ;

': b \, I Woven Solid and Woven-in Y

R''J $ 3 95 1I i '* *.'. } Design Twin Full kZIPPEREDI. FITTED. !
$4 95
. t. MATTRESS MATTRESS MATTRESS

, ThePlayt',"LivuI'trnt'() .h COVERS PADS
: PADS
t Bra as Sean on TV Hi '."r'
$1 morto). 32A W Hog. Reg.S5.19.
KIMftAI.LOIUJANH"SWIN I It" ENTIRE ,4; $344 43.49 $288 $44REG

i iI $6.00 I Sod cotton filledLong Wov.n cotton mualinZipprd Elastlcixao, for anug
SOFTLINEDPADDED I tllmon.U Mull l -.W*-N:S I9WJS'I'IItN wining Sanlor- for ...y r.- hLCottonbll6. nyloninched !
STOCK $7.99 Sale lid d wathabl. inoval. Sanforitcd :: .. Machinewaihabl
TWIN SiZE.... .n.ss wa triable.
s BRA ; ; HTOUKLITTLE TWIN SllE..U.44These


( Reg$5Playtex $ 4 DUDE Exceptional Values Are Available For Your Shopping



,., ded bra has soft stretch-lined sides.pad, Western Western Clothlni Store- Leather Convenience Also Sunday Afternoon1:00: To 6:00: P.M.

t back and straps. 32A good Saddle and Trailer OI'EN ALL PAY EVERYDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 1'.1\1.

: 368. 7 Charles Sharon Petty .

903: 8. ijnrwoo4 SM-1419 ALWAYS FIRST= .QUALITY AT CARPSJAN. !
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. ,_.,.,. ,.. INVITATION! TO KID waive: << Informalities In anv bid: Street tltrk... Florida, for the !. The rirrnlt Court Of Th,.' -tori County; riorian; this 9th / ppn ition tor ui 1.<:l arge.' .. dllty ObjMtloiM. land' 1'.n.ant.1't..r.. 01 "..It-. .. .t,.
To All Interested. Pnrtlpn to r"Ject any or All hld. In mile. of the. Water Oak SchoolCortnencing Blajkth Judlrlnl Circuit or KlorMs. -' day of December, 1969, If "y"ht>V'dAf.er : Roy Edward NnMhni
The City Clerk. City : whnlo or In pnrt.wlth or with- and "". lularlYldeecrlbeJrnY im And far llrniir.rd Conn.tr. (SB At.) thlll nil Are Hereby been
LAWTEYBy ti Florida will receive matterlal'' Mil CRUKH, anil-or to .." tho more liB' Florid*. <'..". No. flan IDDCOret ff-S I lhlr Si'ftt.ed tin for
furnlxhfnK labor nnd bid. that In It* .:- trlwpll hefor follows: In Re: Petition of CHART.IHHAI.PH Clerk Of The / filed ngnlnst/ you and you are
for construction of: the, but Intercut of City at the Routliwestearner << HEEm.NO and LOLA T. By Delilah M. Moody pu .once the matter required to serve a copy of
weeks
SEWER RELOCATION of Starke. ."Inrl Enoa SlanobanlCHURCH IX: STATK UOAIt! Id CITY rOt X(*TT. the Northwest. Quarter of NOTICE Eugene F. Shaw o-r approval of dl.trlbuUon the or the your It nn the plaintiffs attorney
Bid will be received until OF THR CITY Suction. II, Township 6 .South.' _TO! OUADYS COIl4MAtf: 144 Went Call \Street: ssgnnd 11",1 dlseharpeofCharlea ." trhnne name and eddreas I. Hon.nralde -
. ,. 7:00: P. M. Eastern Stnnilnr" AT.'RIF. FI.A. n nnge 22 Kant' and! thence runNorth t>WARD JOSKPH MAItllKflQ Starke Floridaattorney Enta the Schmitt' of Starke9'lorlda George H. Pierce. r. O.
and 'rM'thence M. .
2. 1J1f1.! 295.1!> > run *
time, o-n February Irehaa ChairmanMtpI't You notified that the Tor will 1030. Starke.FIorl.la.and
are
ACTIVITY publicly opened thereafter at Try' James Merrill R. Edwards, Fact 295.1 feet thence run South1t5.1 bove-narm.d Petitioner, CHAR- ., Pelltio2 4t 1.8 .>> .011 the Adminlatrator CourtCbarles .- Drawer the the orlglnol with th'l
Meeting to beheld : feet thence run Wont 295.1 and come before styled
the City Council LIE KAUPH BREIMXO of the above courton
Sunday lrrlc
Grace United Methodist: on that date/ Clerk 1.1 4t. WK feet to :n..nt beginning. LOLA T. BEEDINO. hi* wife. .. Court Of M. Rcbm'tt Ad.1lIgleetrstorMof before JAnUnry 19. lI>Tp o :
call ; 1 The Co n r Judge's < or
the apptlcable Bid untied nod marked 1TEstate
School 9:45 a.m., Worship You may tnnprrt have filed a Petition In the mrtford County, Florldn. IHrohste the ofeAD1E ... a Judgement may he
7:30 drawing1', IIp..elrlentlnnlllln.I. "Illd on Water Oak School styled Court for the ad'MHIon "nt" against you for the rev
services II a.m. and : p.m. Cove Mo.'
the office additional 1 G. .
at Property" If named MORRIS.1218n40
document child 1-8 In the complaint
contract blfg the minor SADIE O. demanded
of .
of
Re! Estate lief
M.Y.F. 6 p.m., Choir practice o-f the ArrhltectRniclneer.Rvynnlda. motion it needed. It may In that Petition and you areofnniandd .In Deceased. I t2n petition.Witneec I .
Wednesday 7 p.m. Smith! and Hill II. 4019! t lne First School Boulevard Center Drlve (PostOfrioe N f 4 'f 717. (hit. Court on February 27 1070, Notice for DlnchargeTo Ctecult-Cenrl ilehtkJudiMat : of MlJ 1< Court on December 17.
Baptist Sunday The
: JacksonvilleFlorida Board the right
4RSO The reserve Petition
Ho* la how why the May ConcerntNotlee Florida 1apad .
an4 It
All Whom 01 lt"! '
Clrcult
9:45 a.m., Worship services / 32201. and at the nfflre -to reject any or all bide. should not be granted; otherwise I.I given that Charles. 1I."n..1 ('"..t) SEAL)
Flor- Fnr (
StarVe. Bradford County Hoard Board Of Pub.
TrainIng of the City Clerk The Bradford County a. judgment may lie enl..r..4alralnn of Starke. Florida. A'iiOCaae \!i lnmavL GreenAc
and 7:30
II\ a.m. p.m. specifications Instruction. will re," tin ttehmltt CIt1L
ida. Plum And of Public Ha Instruction. granting the adopt the above- or IIAII Court
o-f 6:101 Ci.At
Union 6:30: p.m., Midweek mny be purchased. from Reyn c+>lv.. Hauled !bids until IfIOO'A.: Thomas L. Cnaey, Jr. Ion. you ... Administrator completed hisadministration \O.Lester. DaviS h M. Moody
and Hill In Jacks 111., Tuedny, January 8, 11)70. at THOMAS" L. CASEY JR. and the enl rtted Estate ball Petition Of Durrell By .
service Wednesday 7:30 p.m olds Smith Witness my hand and ball filed 'In Edward Hol- ... 1:;;:/ Clerk
Roy ,
Court
80n"I1Flnrlda. !Its office, Ill North Superintendent 12-11 1.1 of the Court at Stnrke nrnd-- : Itn Report and rIAnlH! '::11- Xsea: : 4t t.U
Church of God: Sunday School The City rcnerve the right to this. Court; Final!
10 Worship services II ------ ---- ------ -.---------rwitt.rwrrtllawrrwrrwrrwrwrww -
a.m. w -..
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and 7:30 Y.P.E.
a.m. p.m. ,

Thursday Highland 7:30 Baptist p.m. : Sunday i !;

School 9:45 a.m., Worship services SIRLOIN
11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Choir
practice 6 p.m., Prayer meeting II II

On 7 p.m.Friday Wednesday.night Mrs. Eugene I R or BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS I I
11 I
Pearson was hostess to I the
Band P.W. women with a covered

several gifts.dish games The supper husbands and followed exchangeof were bj __ --I i i i i iI


Invited to this pleasant affair.
Those attending were Mr. and I I I II

Mrs.Mr and Nate Mrs.Dyal J.D.of Hampton Doyle ol, I I 'FOOD FAIR' I

Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Titus II. $ 109 II
Olsen of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. I RSI I LB @ I
Dutch Milberger of Green Cove mD
Springs, Miss Della Rosenbergof 1 I I i SUPERMARKETS II
Kingsley Lake, Miss Madge I I i I
Middleton of Starke Mrs. Eve- _
lynn Haney of Keystone Heights I I 1 __ ____ ______________ I I
Mrs. Joan Crosby of Starke, i
and Mr. and Mrs. Pearson. I FLORIDA I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCKROAST I II

CHRISTMAS IN LAWTEY I 1 LB58 1 I
.
GRADE A' ... 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. EB. Wells ernest I' "
and William of Huntsville, | when Savings

Ala.Ernest ives.Miss spent Wells the and week'''other with relat Mrs. :j WHOLE BAGGED C i! j! STEAK U.S. CHOICE RIB 98"& ; COUNT ON tSI! !

is attending
University Karen Lee of who New Mexico I I I ......LB "i 1LB

in Albuquerque, N.M. Is U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND I PRICES GOODWEDNESDAY 'l'UDOUGH I
spending the holidays with Mr. I I ; 1 JANUARY 7th I
and Mrs. R. E. Lee and John.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 1 1I I STEAK LB98 I quantity rights r s rvd.U.S.CHOICE I

Moore for the day were Mr. ..... I
I 1
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and
family of Live Oak, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Casey and familyof AZALIA rURI PORK
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. S.D.
Andrews and children of Wildwood LEAN FRESH HAN MIAtYBUTTS HONEYNUTSAUSAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore POTROAST CALIFORNIA SLICED 14PORK
and family of Homestead, Mr. GROUNDBEEF
and Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake LOINCHOPS I
City Mr. and Mrs. Danny ROAST
Thompson of Jacksonville and
Micky Moore.
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright returned FO OD MIq
last week after a visit
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with her parents Mr. and Mrs.'. LLtNlif!
Jesse Starling of Bartow and ._
with her son and daughter I In
law In Eaton Park. Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and
their new son by adoption,Kenneth
Van.
Miss Priscilla Tanner who i Is
attending University of South PURI .PORK.IXTRALEAN. HOT OR MILD HEAT AND SERVE
Florida In Tampa is spendingthe SLICED
holidays at home. TRIED FISH
. Mrs. A. C, Pearce and Mr. ITALIANSAUSAGE SKINLESS AMERICAN R t d fie, r
and Mrs. Johnny Young ol (
Athens, Ga. were Thursday FRANKS
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. CHEESE
Wallen Sapp and family of Jack
sonville. VACPAK12o 289

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pear
son spent Thursday with his PKO
brother-in-law and sister Mr.;
and Mrs. Joe C, Scarborough
in Jacksonville. I
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nicula and
family were Thursday guestsof
her mother, Mrs. Goldie(
Myers in Jacksonville. NlWr SOUTHIASf BRAN* BY GREEN GIANT
Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss iooruRi RICEARONI- AITIFICIAUV SWIItlNlsvOB
Enza Blanchard attended the Del Monte LIBBY'SPORK WITH LIMON JUKIMAYONNAISE OAK HIU.TILLOW rillSTONtPEACHES

annual get together of the Harley FRUITCOCKTAIL
Family at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Douglas on
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Sunday. About thirty membersof & WHOU

event the family enjoyed; this happy 4-I:: ( I 12oz
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Mrs. A. C. Pearce attendedthe CANS 4/l 2Ooz 5/l 8 -0PKGS CAN CANS
funeral of her uncle, Noah CANS
Stokes in St. George, Ga. on
Friday.Mr. .
and Mrs. George L. Shu- I
ford were hosts to the family I I
FANCY RED II
get together Thursday. Those I. CRISP I SWEET JUICYI
FRESH .
this affair .Q...
attending enjoyable FANCY

were mark Mr.and and children Mrs.of Earl Jacksonville Den \reS'\I GOLDEN RIPE I PASCALCELERY I Pantry I DELICIOUSAPPLES I REDBANANAS ,

Lane Carter of Miami, Prid SANDWICH SLICED
Mrs. Lois Carter, Charles 1 1 1 1 GRAPESi
Carter and Mr and Mrs. Leon 1

Starling Mr. and and Mrs.Gwen.Albert Sappen- i ; Giant 1 1/2 IbBREAD LB 17 j! La't. 18 ,

field were Thursday dinner IOe LARGE 14 I 1
1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. La STALK
Fields in Inter lac hen. wrwrrrrrrtttt.w wrrrwwwrrr
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Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clem- 1 SWEET JUICY I
mons of Gainesville were visit FRESH FIRM RIPE I AUNT MINNII FROZEN I VO-5
ing Mr. and Mrs. D, A. Jones 1 1
and Douglas this week. SALADTOMATOES DEVILEDCRABS ; : 1 iI SHAMPOO FLORIDAORANGES
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darleyof I I

Starke were Thursday supper 2/49 I 111, .RTOR OUT .1>,.*1 tTl3l 1 I
guests of Mrs. Hattie Dar- ,

ley On and Thursday Miss Slnnah Mr. and Prescott Mrs. IPK0F 1 I I 1I

Harry Wilkerson gave a fami i 1 89c C ; DOZEN2"715
ly dinner for members of the I 61N 27c .
family. Those enjoying this event CTNLIBBY'S I .
were Mr. and Mrs. Eu i
gene Taylor and daughter of
Starke Mr. and Mrs.Carll'\or-
man and son Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Norman and sons, LYKES CRATIRLAKI.HALVli .
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffls ROSEDALE HUNT'S ,
BARTLETT
and daughters.Mrs. ALL GREEN
James E. Norman and
Miss Dorothy Swanbom were STEW REARS
dinner guests of Mrs. D. Z. LIMAS
Young In Maxville on Thurs- e er

day evening. 3lPERTUSSIH 29oz

Mrs.through Selma Thursday Eunice spent with Sunday Mr. 6/sl 3lCONTAC CAN ,

and Mrs. Tom Bary and fam- ,,
ily In Jacksonville. Gathering
with tie family on Thursdaywere
Mr. and Mrs Joe Lane ,
and family of Deland Mr. and
Mrs. Phill Eunice of Gainesville ='
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eu RIAL GERMAN ,.
nice and David of Lawtey and it1: mry CHOCOLATiCAKE
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Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta Ga. ivi'rI; SPR1NCTIMI ASST "
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Mr. and Mrs.Jack Wainwright 11114 Al ID
and David of Waycross, Ga. FROZENVEGETABLES CAPSULES f
with Mrs. T.L.
spent Thursday IN REUSIABU PLASTIC O.OMl
Wainwright Mr. and Mrs.
Louie Lee Wainwright of Talla- 70o : FOUR .
hasse were Friday visitors. PKOOF LAYER t.
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and Mr. and Mrs.. Truman Noriin f:
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GET WELL WISHESOf PEI:50NAI.sM: Mrs. Arthur MIIHcan and family family al Morrltt Island. Black Panther Throws Score from the house. Jones said the
Interest to the many community and) Mrs. Percy Sulll- at (Villa.Mrs. Visiting Kev. und Mm. Merle scream" .started out low
THERESSABy residents who knew her van Jr. and K'nsl.v vlslled Mrs.Itiirry KIIV lU-alilor sis| .-nl( I Hue. I'achliani on 1 1'.lduy wore hid
I when she lived In Starke sev- l.inviIn; SlarKc* lUll 1 :3-l'i! : (; vUllliiK lii'i' HUH I asahlBuishusII at sic s' IIlIcll.ICOllwl l -ln-litv: Mr. Into Suwannee County Man like a house cat then Increased -
Dorothy Mill eral years ago Is the news l'l'ltllt''lIh,, \: l, anti faiull.v ill 1':11111: Id1i- and Mm. Jnck .lui il-ll of .ln" k- in volume and pitch
I -. Phono 4734518 that Mrs. Arthur Bennett of Itjnml'llilh'I': '' of Mr. 1111&h" lie. Niuivlllu.l A 5uwn/wrt' ( iiiuifj' funnel Il, (.he 'Ix-ich door, stepped out until it sounded like a personin
Tavares Is making a good recovery !\ I K. ('!lit Ills \vtMK Mr.rtiiil "h uiul Mm. ,1..1,1111.1111'11, t'111 iii 11111'" I I.IW"'I l t/llfilN I if ,had llnhriuc' sal| |his| (Ills last! OilI Krnallr i.nd-level conMtUt .- moral pain."
,. I Mi. sad Mm. .t I. 1 II 1. Killllf.anil Wl'l-h Will-It I In- was llll.K "bed] | The next morning a search
; A following open heart !MIH. (fuel I ht>i'f.e> cold \ling: llalllllllll"1I1| CliilAlniiin DnyvlHllliiX Ly ,vsvh, floor, anal!: jMerediiliiutid
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH surgery at an Orlando hospitalon tail '''1'11I111) \IHIIIK i>flllti. ,1111'1'1111- MX fitlliri WIIII.IIIIIIIIIII' family+ was e MIN. Illnrflal (I ,MK M.irli ;l-inlln-i, / In /lliUlMHi.VIIMl Lie come; About that was made for a small Poodle
Telephone 473-4183. Sunday Dec. 13. Mrs. Bennett a \ iiiinul. and t>tnU School. 10 am.; Morning Wor- sister-in-law to Mrs. Cleve- i'i\t| >.\ lug Uiiner' on 111'1111- Inlaw M..., and I MIN. Jnlnilliilllcn Miss Ikbbit ( yuaer healed ff J I"eulIinan l,|| the|| 'l.irMiif lilrn,turned quickly and and It Is presumed that he
ship 11; Training Union 6:30( land Sullivan is well known iniu 11Vllh Mr. uiul Mm. al Iliiwlliiniiu.IM. of 'Kf.vhlniMi HI-IK!'!*; M,'. und 'latch of lilK IM'I, illi-t ,Ix-ln/, /: saw, )i Mark; INIClUC i crouched fell prey to the big cat. Other
p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15; here and the sincere good i'l.sito Dull wore (hull1 il.uiKliIvrit I. Cliiiili-M Uiiitiii, AirI Miti. I I'UI""I Itiuiiplf. Miss Jawed' ly tio| i |,M wllni//: -1,1.! Hl/oul, Untie feet fcwiy. drays and cats In the neighborhood -
'''WedDesdayevenlngPrayerSer- wishes of the community; are anal Miiiliiliivv Mr. aiulMI I orrtt. In" hK-iiillilK| : a holiday, I'rutlviu-i I Irasopicr i l and Steven Wulu-i .''UI''"* and ,MN,, wife were also reported missing. -
vice 7:30( with choir practice with her for a speedy returnto -!.. .1""11IHII. ,-" and family h'IIwill.. his| iKiiciiln, Mi. l>Hnii>lvr nf "I'linlti Vfdrn Heads; 'heard 1 afterward. complete good health. of 1'iiliilkii+ mill \Itvv.: and m,1 MIN. Hilly HitH'den IImlvlll'I' and K. C. 11111I1))11. of Marke.; and thought'" It might, 'Ix; someone a.s lit thought: for sure he was A searching, party soon found
l\il.lI.\ Menlo I'lifKliiim; m-Hiul- mliillvfN and lends Mr. and Mr Walter Swin- knocking.: 'I lie farmer went going Il, be cauplit.', As he- cat tracks! In a stock lane that
CHRISTMAS CAROLERSA HAPPY BIRTHDAY son, Matlln-w I'lifkliiiin! ; Ki'iutd- lirru.' dell !Miss Sue white and Miss turned to jump for the door was hare of grass. Some of the
group of young people from Belated Happy Birthday to "/\ ''' and rll 111 11Ih., and Mrs. Miirlon inann, of Macth.'lm Darlene Dndcrnlll visited Mr. van, at Palatlta Christmas ".ve the cat made a noise tracks/ were four Inches across
Hope Church spent Monday evening Mrs. Johnny Hammond Dec. Mrs. Hill riillltpH and Bill)' HlX'nt Christmas Day Swindell's niece, Mrs. J. A. and night Mrs.and Marshall her parents, Mr. halfway between a spit and a and others were only half that
Christmas Caroling, vts- 24. Mr. and Mrs. Hammondwere of Mlddlftmri\ ; grandson and with her daughter and family Swindell, at Glen St. Mary Strickland growl and lashed out with one large. Presumably they were
at Florahome Christmas
"Iting shut-ins In the commun- guests of their daughter- wife Mr. and Mrs.\ McrloPack- Mr. and Mrs. James Davis Christmas evening. Lori Jason and Todd Millsof Day. paw, ripping my pants and mak- made by a female' panther and
ity. Afterward they enjoyed a in-law Mrs. Chester Searle. ham Jr. of Suit Springs, and Cindy and Jimmy. Other visitors Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Jacksonville Beach ing gashes In the back of my her cub.
weiner roast at the Theressa and Jan and Duane for a !Mrs. J. It. lllxim. during the day included Childs were his son and daugh- Sunday through Wednesday spent of thigh."
birthday dinner Wednesday eve- Mrs Chester Searle in cousins Miss Norma Sweeneyand Jones made it to the
Community House. was ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. A.S. last week visiting their aunt door 4ido,11.r'!1C F.:
ning. Miami Head Dec. 17-20 toservo Mrs. Charles Parker of which had closed behind him 8M li"J I,fir MI,: I,, ri'.IV'-ll
Childs of Lake Worth, for Miss Dorothy Mills .
Davis' bro- ; grandfather "in tri ti : Of 1 1* >>.10't lfu".tn *
Gainesville Mr. one jump
for the Third Into
falling
as registrar ; ,. .,
,
Christmas and the weekend; Harold Mills; and cousins Mann K'f n/| t' en ) i h ,i ,? t
latin'national Symposium on ther and sister-in-law Mr.and and her son and daughter-in- Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan the room. Ills wife, not know- linn miiu.-i) v'I.I.) a- J"''' '.' .t M.
Percy
Computer and Information Mrs. Oscar Davis and family ing what was outside slammedthe f'/l tli., taiir >,t .I.,. I'j.l'jW'.ttK:
law Mr. and Mrs. Len Tay- Jr. and Rusty ltrn
Sciences sponsored by the University of Starke; and Mrs. Davis' bro- lor of Fort Pierce, and Mr. ; door shut. She says her Ua,.: vnlytar ;:0': ,': rS "Jo'." '.
of Florida and the U.S. ther and sister-in-law Mr.and and Mrs. B, .Bethea of Jacksonville NOTICE; husband "turned every colorof ,-.11. wah nst" 'dr, t'.J .:..,i.J
I Army liesearch Office. Mrs. J. Gnann Jr. and Barry the rainbow," and she and i.MIII- .
Ii i on Friday. The first regular meeting of Thin "'JUIIIn."I .an !I"' :".".,';-.-
Mr. and Mrs.Cleveland Sullivan of Jacksonville. thought he was having a heart ltd. I t'uiri tinI.. .
Miss Sue White was the Tues the New; Life Bible Club > j' -if if ii in.
following .
And 4 ;Muii.: ,
Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivanand attack. put ) ti r >''j/i) K'l*
spent day day overnight guest of Miss the holidays will be day 'In tl.tfa nil'i UK ur. :. <,' J.p..
i and evening with their and Douglas spent ChristmasEve Several nights later the Jones ., .,
son t tail StunJ'ri' -/i I! ) }'
Darlene Underhill at Starke. held
after school Monday .. .. _. ... .
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with family awakened IIr. '
Christmas was i v.
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Day by what .fin
Happy PNewYear Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jan. 5, at the mobile Child- IlU8HIJ ;MaliUKI : > r ., ',.' "" I.,
Percy Sullivan at Palatka, and her sister and brother-in-law, Jr. and Rusty visited his parents ren's Chapel at Hope Baptist they describe as "that panthersqualling" 1'rlaw.. : ". ;...t.aSBA
Christmas Day with Ma!:. and Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Newton; and Mr. and Mrs. PercySulli- Church. a short distance





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I1-I is madeto
Russell Kay fast becoming a far greater some drastic effort
.I.t" danger. stop this air pollution our
"I/' While we are warned of the Major cities of the world 'larger cities will become death

danger of cigarette smoking and today are all faced with a smog traps for millions within the
the law requires such warningto problem that increases with next 10 to 15 years.

Of A DecadeWe be published on every pack, every conventional IC motor While cigarette lung pollution
End the Internal combustion motor, that comes off the assemblyline. affects primarily those whouse
t.r.: of the them, the automobile and other
I used in automobiles, motorcycles Serious students
J/ ,4J boats and airplanes, Is problem warn us that unless IC motor vehicles affect all
/ c life, Including vegetation and

be solved we believe .' livestock.We .
pollution can ,
,
have just passed through the once the frightful alternative is rea .. ::: :_._i::::: have been led to believe
seventh decade of this 20th Century.It lized. I. : ; LETTERS TO that most air pollution was

was, as decades go, an unusual i caused by exhausts from Industrial -
from triumph .... 'I plants, but surveys
s
of events ranging
mixture On the local front, the decade ended .",. THE EDITOR. have shown that 80 per cent

to tragedy. with the dedication of a fine new court- ,/ s, ..'t......t-.. .I .. comes primarily from auto-

house for Bradford County, a dream !/i mobiles and planes.
Ushered In by a presidential ( Consider the fact that motor-
that took the entire decade to realize,
election year, before the decade's end 4)) ists of the City of Los Angeles
four men had occupied the White after it was first discussed earlyin Dec. 23. IOCS!) log population both in the form consume gallons of gasoline -
John- 1960. But we cannot rest on our of effluent of improperly a day and you begin to
HouseEisenhower, Kennedy, laurels. The next decade may see l Dear 1':1.11101": : treated sewage and from sur- understand what is happening.

son, and Nixon. Two of these did us fighting to retain the usefulnessof face runoff over suburban septic Cities suffering from this type
of the During the reading of an art- tanks accounting for 65 of
not see the end ten-year span. courthouse by opposingthe of pollution include Tokyo Lon-
the new icle in Florida Trend Magazine 142 state pollution citations. don, New York, Chicago and,
loss of our identity through a titled "How Polluted Is Flori- countless others.
fantastic worlds of Jules Verne
The proposed consolidation of many of da", It was with great interest The article further states California lawmakers have
and H. G. Wells became a firm reality Florida's smaller counties. that I noted that Bradford County ; Hepatitis a virus closely associated become so alarmed over the

during the 60's. Stunned early in the and/or Starke were not cited with poor sanitationand situation that they are requiring -

decade by the fact that the Soviets realizedin 1 i Y'Jll L ttl for pollution violations with respect water pollution, is on the that all automobiles used
,
managed to beat us In orbiting a Much other progress was to industrial waste,muni- rise in Greater Miami with in that state be equipped with
around the earth the U.S. the decade that is now history. cipal sewage, air pollution, 351 cases reported in the first devices designed to reduce
spaceship President Natural gas came: to the area, anda and/or agricultural waste.It nine months of this year com- pollution. Those on the mar-
rallied to carry out multi-million dollar hydrocarbonsplant l .Yl I tY FY pared to 196 for the entire ket today cost the motorist

Kennedy's prediction that we would was constructed near Brooker. was also noted that !-lo- 1968. about $200 to convert.

place a man on the moon before 1970. rida's greatest single sourceof In the meantime scientists,
Revenue bonds totaling $1,750,000 were OUR PRAYER FOR 1970*
pollution Is municipal The article also states that investors and engineers are
But all was not triumph during the60's. Issued for the improvement of U.S. 301 sewage wastes from a grow- the St. Johns River in the Jack- frantically working to developa

still through the county, and several second- sonville area has been! des- practical steam operated
There were many problems ary road projects. The new golf course FarmersOld cribed as "Florida's largest automobile that will effectively
unsolved as the decade drew to a was completed early in the 60's, anda Diary cesspool" and the city of Jack- eliminate most air pollution.
close. Chief of these, perhaps, was construction sonville the greatest single vio- Several concerns are promising -
the Vietnam Waralready the long- vast new school pro- Santa Claus was goodto lator in the state as it empties practical steam oper-

est in U. S. history-- and still no gram brought a vocational-technical us this year and left a sewage from Its half-million ated cars within the next few
training center and a model middle number of presents Includinga population into the sluggish St. years.In .

end In sight. school to the county, among other color TV set for Alice, who Johns. Los Angeles, the city police -
school improvements.But was delighted and surprisedto As to the future, we read department will use 2QO
We had conquered space, but still say the least. Sam had been with interest about the world's Therefore, it is believed that steam propelled cars as soon

had not solved the problems that worrying about color receptionIn largest plastic greenhouse, our past and present City Officials as the manufacturer can deliver -
scientists tell us threaten the very there were disappointments, as the Lawtey area; but with- built in Ohio for experimental should be recognizedfor them.
Earth-- the well as accomplishments. A recom- out adding a bigger or higher purposes. It is 100 feet wide, thIer prudent actions with Detroit has so far shown lit-
existence of man on the mendation by Chamber of Commerce antennae we are receiving good 428 feet long and 20 feet high respect to disposal of muni- tle desire to consider anything

;problems of air and water pollution.Our directors ten ago that the City color pictures: from channels and covers an acre. It Is enclosed cipal sewage. but the manufacture of conven-
years 4, 12 and 17. And we can vouch in a plastic envelope, tional IC cars. This is under-
field of
Council push ahead in the for the fact that color adds which is inflated to keep the NorwithstandinK the actions
land, a few decades ago, was Dy Sam McGarveypand standable, for to convert to
low incomes housing for the city did to TV air within cent taken in the the County
dotted with crystal-clear lakes, and immeasurably programs. one per higher past by steam cars would prove to bea
not bear fruit, and Starke is still and flourish in the COWl, than outside atmospheric pres and City Officials to pre-
tremendous
of cool clear .. .. .. engineering pro-
threaded by streams and held Its position as the
without the advantage of these units ty sure. The enclosure is vent the above mentioned pol- blem.It .
water. The soil produced wholesome that have been gained by most other leading source of annual Income obstruction free, thus per- lutions in our County it is is difficult to conceive the
food, and our people had easy accessto As It was, Santa just did for farmers. During the mitting the use of machinesas believed, with the increasing chaos that would result froma
rural scenes of calm beauty. small towns in our area. County zoning beat a wind and rain storm year the poultrymen formed an a step toward fully mechan- population growth of the County sudden change from IC to

still has not been completed, though that arrived Christmas Day, association to promote the Industry ized farming. and Cities therein, provident any other type of propulsion.It .
talk of the subject, and actual workon dumping more rain on a In this section. measures must now be made would be extremely difficultto
and streams .
Now many lakes are section that soaked 0 for the 70's.
already was
the preliminaries occupied muchof convert service
present day
Air is 0 *
rapidly becoming cesspools. the decade. and doing a good deal of blow- stations and would disrupt the
noxious with smoke, soot, and smog. ing here and there. At that we It sounds good, but we can't Sincerely yours, automobile and oil Industries,
Land and water are threatened by the were lucky, though, as winds The biggest agricultural e- help but wonder what would to say nothing of the public
and Controversy over Starke's so-called reached near the tornado level vents of the year of course, happen to one here if the wind J.T. KlrklandJr. Yet it cannot
of appears we
continued use pesticides, many goon
"high electric rates" flared up from elsewhere in the state, and were the Fair and Livestock got to blowing in a "twister"and much longer unless we take'
beauty spots are being used as dumps time to time during the decade with the North had ice and snow Show in the spring, and the our guess is it would wind December steps to solve the vexing
and old automobiles. Calf Scramble in the Both 22: 1969 pro-
for garbage nothing gained except a pronouncementby and freezing temperatures. fall. up in some trees a mile or blem. The question is, can Detroit -
events broke records in attracting so In some respects It
Scientists tell us that if pollution the Council back in November 1960 .. ... ... large throngs to the is like away.the car being designednow Gentlemen: of) a conversion come up with answer some or must sort
the rates not out of line fairgrounds, and plans are already -
that were to go 742 m.p.h. What we
rate will we completely
at its man our
continues present There has been revamp
with the services received by consumers Looking back over 1969, it under way for repeat need is a car that can wallowout brought to transportation industries?
destroy l his own environment in the The matter is still debated.In may be Interesting to recall performances in 1970. of a muddy driveway or my attention the editorial appearing
the next century and life might van- some of the highlights of the graded road.Don't in the December 11, srrtrrrrrrsrssssssssss
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ish from the Earth. We do not expect year. One was a poor straw- 00One 1969, issue of your newspaper
this to happen, however. It is incon- a way, It is a frightening thingto berry season in which pro- 0. *. .entitled "The American Way". NEW BOOKS
end one decade and begin another.At duction failed to reach a of the most upsetting
ceivable that man, who can place his no other time do we have suchan profitable volume at any time events took place recently when forget to have some As a member of the Florida AT THE LIBRARY

fellow beings on the moon, is not awesome feeling of inadequacythe -- and the berry growers as a the State Pesticide Council hog jowls and blackeye peason judiciary, I particulary appreciate -
also smart enough to save himself result barely met expenses, came out with a series. of Thursday. It Is supposedto the views you have expressed f
of the fact that thereis
from his own pollution. realization or in some cases lost money. recommendations, including the bring you luck during the concerning our court Sue or settleConstantin.; '
so much to be done, and so little Let's hope that the current banning of DDT except for coming year, and we figure system, and the high compli- Mermaid on Wheels-- Epstein;

There other disturbing factorsin time to do it in. crop will turn out to be much specified crops and uses. At that the way things are today ment you have paid those judges, Existentialist Prolegomena--
were better for the growers. this time It is too soon to you need everything going for lawyers, and other officials Sontag; Wells FargoLoomis;
the 1960'sthe tragic assassi- evaluate the effects of that that whose duty it is to administerthat
get. Anyhow
you you can Czechoslovakia's BlueprlntFor
It was President Kennedy, a victimof .
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nations, campus demonstrations, urban action, but farmers are upset we extend to each and every system. Our primary pur- Freedom-- Ello; Story of Quantum -
riots, the acceptance of pornography, one of the tragic assassinationsof because they need some controls one of you our very best wishes pose in life is to be deservingof : MechanicsGuillemln;

increasing reliance on drugs by manyof the 1960's, who said: "Let us be- On the positive side, thepoultry over insects to stay in for a Happy and ProsperousNew the compliments and respect Modern Japanese Print--Mlch-

people the growth of the gin. industry continued to ex- business. Year. reflected In your writing and ener; God's Country & My Peo-
our young to ever strive to justify that Farewell To
pleMorris
hippie and yippie philosophy, and an Feeling. ;
Yet these We can think of no better advice FootballKramer; My Life ..
Increasing laxness morals. Director .
Bradford
.,' With Jacqueline KennedyGal-
,
are problems that, like air and water with which to tackle our responsi- 1 T' it's a woman's Our court will hold a three- lagher; Looking Glass In Amer-
in March Of Dimes day term in Starke
bilities and our tasks 1970. commenc- IcaComstock; ; Lives Of The
: .; ing January 20. I hope you will Pharaohs-- Montet The Poodle
ej 'tDlUffJb Attends SymposiumRobert have the opportunity of visiting ;
: Book-- Griffen From Cotton
I We Could the courtroom while we are In To Quail-- Paisley! ; ; The Real
Something DoOne session
.. '' so you may observe
:4 D. Burch, campaign how the Jesus, How He Lived & What
director for the Bradford-Union judicial process He Taught-- Cassels; An Unfinished -

\ jay Martha Sue McCain(;' County Chapter, March of operates at the appellate level. WomanHellman; :,
Extension Dimes, attended the first annual Lady & The Sharks-- Clark;
thing we would like to see Our question again is, what are we .r County symposium on birth defects With best wishes and kindest I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow--

our local people put their minds to doing to replace them? Home Economics AgentDon't at the J. Hillis Mlllei J personal regards. Namath; Sex & The Single

in the new decade is the beautifi- Center in Gainesville on De- ChildLevenson; I Didn't .
and the If we started now our county could cember 12. Sincerely, Come: Here To ArgueBracken -
cation of Bradford County let meat stay in the after you plant them. ; The Radical Republicans--
towns therein.A present a beautiful picture by the end freezer for extended periods Many garden hobbyists fail Trefousee; The Field Is Won--

of the 70's. But beautification pro- of time. The longer frozen meatis with theinjiealthy dormant roses The by the symposium Department was of presented Pedia-- John T. Wlgglnton Reymonds; Film 6768SchI-

few shrubs, flowers, and trees jects seem to be thought about much stored, the more" flavor and because they fail to give trics of the College of Medi- Judge District Courtof ckel: ; The Golden WebBar-
the of than they are acted quality It loses. them enough water. Plants AppealsBradford noun.
for upon. cine
do wonders appearance more and the National Foundation -
"Storing over a long period
should be watered daily until
Landscaping could do a March of Dimes, North
any area. of time lowers the flavor of growth starts, and weekly af- County ADULT FICTIONThe
great deal to enhance the natural We applaud our county officials for both fat and lean meat," says ter growth starts.A Central Florida Chapter. Lemmings--Torday;The
and cities. the landscaping project being carriedout Ruth Townsend, senior research Gives $972 To
beauty of our county temporary soil mound will Mr. Burch: stated that one .fephisto Waltz--Stewart;Slam
now at the new courthouse. We assistant in nutrition help keep the lower parts of of the most significant featuresof T. B. CampaignA .liamiRenek; The Waterfall -

As we enter the new decade of have also seen new school buildingsat with the Florida Agricultural the canes moist.Dormant canes the symposium was the mul- -- Drabble; Beatrice Fall-

the Seventies we see palm trees being Brooker and Hampton handsomely Experiment Stations. that have not produced shoots tiplicity of defects that are total of $972 has been! con- ng:.- White; Make "No Law--
The fat of
more on a piece within two weeks after plant- treated at the Birth Defect Center tributed to the annual Christ- .Caggart; Snow Along The Bor-
.
moved from our only major l highway.We decorated with shrubs. meat and the more the meatis ing should be covered with bur' which was established in mas Seal Campaign in Brad- ler--Sawkins; Mongo's Back In

realize they are a traffic hazard; cut up the shorter its freezer lap, Spanish moss, or trans- 1962 and is supported by the ford County; according to Mrs.W. TownJohnson: ; The Lost
the question is, what will we do to Our present buildings and roads would life parent plastic and kept moist. National Foundation. Any child Hugh Mathews Chairman of kiff-- Wetzel; QuicksandLand --
replace: them? look better with a little attention along Here are some recommended Covers should be taken off when residing in Florida with a sus- the Northeast Florida, Tuber- ; A Little Time For Laugh

those, lines. We submit there is not storage periods of meats and : new shoots start to develop. pected congenital defect is eli- culosis and Respiratory DIsease terCoppel; Sick Friends--
-Liver
pork chops ground for consideration at the Gold; Waiting For The News--
Shrubs and flowering plants can still one road in the county that could note meats, 2-3 months. gible District. Litwak; The Innocents Ware
Center. The campaign began on Nov- ;
lawfully be planted on the l highway.It be improved. Much shrubbery could, -Pork roast 4-8 months. BHS ember 15 in an effort to raise TrespassKnebel; The Corning <
for some be at little cost with a little' -Turkey, wild game, ducks Rain Marius
is a ready-made project planted The Center If financed by more than $1,300 In the Brad- -- ; Nobody's;
civic group or governmental body. planning ahead. Our agriculture people and geese, 6 months. grants from the March Dimes ford County area. More than 'erfect-- Clark; Death Of A

realize the possibilities open to us. -Beef roasts steaks and ByLinesBy Chapters In 67 Florida counties 3,500 letters containing thisyear's Jellite-- Angus; RoseheatJi--
chicken, 8-12 months. Maybury A
; Loving Wife
Christmas Seals --
and were
We still see beautiful oak trees Thin cuts and ground meats including Bradford Weingarten The Guilt Mer-
sent to local residents, firms, ;
in the of Starke. Beautification projects are one thing will Union. The grant is of great
being cut down City not keep as long as roasts and organizations.Mrs. chantsHarwood; Lovey
We have no doubt there is reasonto that we CAN do without. But to people and steaks. When packaging for Joyce AllenI importance since it removes Mr.the Burch more said ser-, Mathes said the current Child'sO'Hara; Barnett

cut them. We realize that rotten proud of their home, growing thingsis the freezer: be sure to keep ious financial limitations whichin total represents 75% of the Frummer Is An Unbloomed Flower -
do hope everyonehadaMerry
air of the because -
out Trillin
wrapper -- The
Gang That
trees are a hazard to life and limb. a pleasure. oxygen makes meat rancid and Christmas. I know just being the past occasionally total 1968 campaign amount of Couldn't Shoot;Straight_Bres-
1294. The campaign will con-
contributes to freezer burn out of school was a good pre- restricted admission and studyof Un; The Case Of The Fabulous -
Mrs. Townsend said. Foils, sent for Mr. Dlggs to give certain patients with severe tinue on past Christmas.The Fake-- Gardner Journey
Northeast Florida TB & ;
defects. It has materially improved
polyethylene bags or freezer all BHS students. From BaghdadRobert.-
Instead of the usual one the technical assistance, RD District conducts theannual
films
irestorm
are okay as long as they -- Rand; American
New Years and then particularly by providing addi- drive and is supported solely
Bradford are molded to the meat. day after Heritage SongbookAmerican
The CountyTELEGRAPH
I! .-- Freeze chicken either wholeor returning to school, BHS stu- tional nursing and social ser- by sales of Christmas Seals in Heritage.
cut into pieces. For best dents will be Off four days vice help, and has provided the Northeast Florida area,
Jr. results, though put the meatin after New Years and. then many additional resources for which besides Bradford includes JUVENILE FICTION

ESTABLISHED 1879MtMtCH" a large polyethylene freezer on Jan. 5, 1970, hit the old research and administrative : Alachua, Baker, Clay, ClotildaKent My
support, Mr. Burch pointed out. Columbia, Duval, Nassau, Putnam ; Village
bag and leave at least two grind again. My[ World--Sanford Gregory
The school is deserted until St. Johns, and Union coun- ;
Inches of at the .
,. space top ; Bright; A Quiet Place: Blue-
whocontri- ties. The campaign total
Floridian
"Every area
ii8i61i "Press the air out of the next year when I'm hoping The Devil You Don'tScon;
E S 5 bag, twist it and then secureit everyone will have a HAPPY butes to the annual January now stands at $88,670, with I In i Spite Of All Terror Burton ;
.FLQRI A Strength and beauty are with a rubber band. This NEW YEAR March of Dimes helps to keep more contributions belnr receIved Mousekin's -
his sanctuary.-CPsalms See around campus the Center In operation" Mr. each day. Citizens are ; Family Miller -
gets rid of air pockets and you Moon Mouse--
A S S O 0 N 96:6)). eliminates loss of flavor and in 1970. Burch said. "Because of this urged to answer their Christmas I'-furdoch; -- Naylor; Winners Hall; Meet&
I1) texture Miss Townsend program supplemented by Seal letter if they have not
explained -
LosersShulman.
) Let us cultivate the habit of Sod houses teaching and intensive scientific year' done so, because this represents .

looking for beauty. Nothing One last hint-- keep freezer once dotted the research more is known today only 70 per cent of last JUVENILE

brings us [in closer touch withpublished temperature at leat 0 degreesF. *..,h'A plains states and more is learned every year's' receipts. Abraham Lincoln--NON-FICTION
E. MATTHEWS.: Edltor-Publlihfr the omnipresence of God than all the time. "'**. where wood wasscarce.They are day about causes prevention Funds are used each year by ,rom Paine. Revolutionary.-Latham-;

each Thursday and entered as Second seeing the beauty lie has I now all gone, but one has been and correctionofdisablingblrth" the district in current and ongoing Coolidge::; ; The Wonderful Wood-
in
lefecti the chairman said. community
Class Matter at the Post Office at Slarke. Florida created everywhere. We do I II I econstructed at the Harold Warp services; programs, public health education !m Peacock Flying Machine--
under Act of March 3rd 1879. ]Pioneer Village at Minden in "Contributors to this vital rooze; Wide World Weather_
to develop our service to patients, medical -
many things south I central Nebraska, where
Now is a good time to plant cause are to be commended I ivarra; Reptiles As Pets ..
education and research.
Subnerlpllo In trade area: 1 year, $3.00; Outside mind and our body but to those dormant bare-rooted roses I nearly marveled two at million the Ingenuity people of have for their foresight and concern Local emphasis has been placed llliard; Cabinet Of The President -
cultivate the habit of seeing that the market and our i: Of The U.S.__
are on : for In Eichner
our children present i
trade area! 1 year, 13.50. pioneer forebear who built this on emphysema asthma, and air ;
beauty develops the soul. will bloom about ten weeks I Teat country of nura. and future: generations." pollution j Some Afar Needles--Haystacks Dunning.Don't Have

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-I I Doanle Brown and Debbie ther. Watch night services will begin is January 12, there will be by notlfltd and required to present -
Cowart. Servicemen home for the at 10 p.m. Wednesday Dec. an Inspirational Meeting held any claim and demnndu
Christmas holidays include has which you, or cither of you,
31. An interesting program and Rev.
running to January 16. may have HUHlnm tee estat or
nIn1'1 mAPAU1'\' Ronnie J Knight, from the Coastward CommunityNews been planned for the activity. Willie Young will conduct tile A"..... Vt'llllihiiiH" dv<'('ee,'d, Into ..f
Mike with Mr. and Mrs. .I.W. and friends acid County, to the County
By: Mrs. D. E. Hill Read son of Mr. and AH members are meeting. All members and Judge of Alachun County, Klor-
Mrs. h. C C. Head, celebrated Home; Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Invited to attend. Regular ser- friends are Invited to cooperate Ida at bin offlre In the court
., his 10th birthday Monday evening Moss, of the air force, with vices will be held Sunday starting with this activity. .....UMb. rif said County Ht UalitvH
BAPTIST CHURCH IVe. 22 with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Kob- School at 10 "II I., Kin., within alx> 4Hl"'mlnr
a party at with Sunday MT PISGAI1 AME Church, menthe from the time of tho
[ PROGRAMA the Head homo just t east of bie lilacs; Jerry Brown, hero a.m. Love Feast service at II. Itcv. George Young paslor. firm publication, of this notice.
Christmas play "Glori- Hampton. The hamburger supper with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Communion will be given in Sunday School at !10 with Mrs. In Each writing claim or and demands ahall state ahall the no
I fy Ills Name" by the young ixirty included a bonfire W.I Brown; Handle Hayes: ,with the 6 p.m service.Sunday,Jan. Anna Wright In charge. Morn- place of realdcnce and post of*
people of the church and and refreshments and games the Foster Hayes family; TonyKcniian I By KHiBbttk cf.... W 3k.. II, there will be a program ing service at 11. F.venlng; service r1.',* udvlrcHH. of thif claimant .mid,
shell b
Christmas carols the for several of his and Buck Mathews with Youth in Mrs. nwirn to liy the claim-
b.v Junior friends with the charge. at 5 p.m. ant, her 'aarcnt, her attorney,
Choir emphasized the Biblical the George Kennan family.Mr. MJ. White will be the speaker. aid any snrh flHlm or ill.mund
meaning of Christmas at trio cm 1'TOH.\11l'? : : and Mrs. T. W. King RECREATION NEWS come. The message will be Sex: Juilitc In Th, Alurliuit. ('..urt County or TN,.florid CnnntV*. not Wlltt HII filed.lmnla shall BronkaWILIIEI.MINIA be void.
evening worship time at Hampton of Jacksonville were Sunday The Home Coming basket- GREATER BETHELEHEM From The Christian Point of In I'riilmtr : BROOKS!! Ailriccutur
Baptist Church Sunday evening Tinsel-decorated lights were visitors here with Mr.and Mrs. ball game played by the Fal- Free Will Baptist Church, Rev. View. From Adam and Eve, barn In re Dcci-BHi-d.: Estate, of Amos Wll- or thu Lest Will ..n"T..lam.nt ,
Amos Williams
around hall of
strung Hampton city
I Dec. 21. Don Hill. cons against Macclenny brought Jasper Williams pastor. Sun- as taken from Genesis. All To All Creditors And I'cmnn flpniiHpJ.Ktrat .
An original song b.v Mike Chit- this year, to add a bright note Guests for a family Christ- victory. The Falcons won witha day School at 9:30. Morning Youth In the Community are having Claim Or IientandiAiralnat publication Jan. 1. 1970.
I ty was sung b.v Mrs. George Hampton's\ Christmas main street An for mas dinner at the Gerald Ad- score of 84-82. Everyonewas service at 11. Evening service invited to attend. Monday night luu' unu Said nah Hxtate ut you: ArC h.-,,,- 1-1 4t 183May" ::
Kennan introducing die special the season. on- kins' home Included Mr. and thrilled by the success 6 p.m. Monday night Choir No.
j program.In again off-again setup however Mrs. Calvin Richard and of the activities.Mr. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday night,
the play actors were Mary as the thunderstorm Sunday daughter of Ocala, Mr. and Jackson is asking the Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board
I Joan illnson; Joseph Carl evening Dec. 21, put them Mrs. Joel R. Smith and chil- continued cooperation of all No. I will meet. Wednesday
1 Broome angel. Debbi (lUcks; out of commission for several dren of Jacksonville Mr. and parents and interested citizens.In night Prayer Meeting. Thurs- f 1
still the foil decorations
I shepherds Everett Pearsall days-- Mrs. Emory Prevatt and family unity there is strength In day night ladles Circle] meet-
Davis around the lights sparkled in and Sherry Wood of Starke. I Can Circle
[Nathan Green Jimmy; working together.EMANCIPATION Ing. Friday night
I Randy; }Hicks; ;youths, Elaine the sunlight] during the day! Mrs. T. F. Brown spent will meet. Saturday night din-
I Kennan Lenore Earnest Gail Hampton city council got the Christmas In Jacksonville with DAY ners will be sold from the \
I Saxon Arbutus Pearsall Sheila lights throught the city of her son and daughter-in-law, An Emancipation Programwill kitchen. All members and \
Haddock. Otis Melton. Larry Starke, whose electrical department Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown,and be held Thursday, Jan. 1, friends are asked to please
I Haines. Carolyn; Kennan was strung them on the children. at 3:30 p.m., "The Negro History cooperate for the coming year
I narrator, and also directed the foil-trimmed wire to fit Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel and Contribution" at Mt. for success and spiritual \
city: hall!] dimensions, to use spent Christmas Jacksonville
I play. Scenery lighting and Moriah United Methodist strength.
1 props were handled by Elaine for several years. with Mrs. Hamel's mother. Church. All interested citizensare GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL 1Nli
Youngblood JoAnn Salter Lin- PERSONALSVisitors Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Davis invited to attend. An Interesting AME Church Rev. C. E. JenSuccesstoall v.
Ida Stone, Toni! Stone, Sandee at the K.B. Watter- and family of Grandin visited program has been
son home last week Included here Saturday with Mr. and
lYoungblood, and Otis Mellon planned.
Mrs. Watterson's sister Mrs. Mrs. George Saxon and Mr.
and Alan Blrt. Others who
Catherine Watson, and William and Mrs. E. L. Birt.
paint the DISASTERLet
helped scenery earlier Gitman of South Hill Va., and \i
Christmas day visitors at the Happy New Yearto (
Hinson Julie
were Ronnie us say
from Richmond, Va., her bro-
home of Mr. and Mrs. V. J.
Saxon Lori Stinson, Valerie the ones who have to start ) 1
thers Jack Gitman and
Mr.and
Jones Paula Kennan. Slade were Mr. Slade's mo- the year by making a new beginning -
In the junior choir were Bar- Mrs. Willie Gitman and son. ther, Mrs. W. M, Slade; Mrs. In life. To lend a help-
lira Pearsall, Addie Melton, Mrs. Ada Nutt of Dawson Avory Slade and children of Ing hand to those who are In !Lc c.
Springs, Ky. spent several days Ver-
Maxville Mr. and Mrs.
'lelen, Mary and David Pear- ; need is our duty as Christiansand i 1 1.
here in Hampton with Mrs.Tom
all, Cindy Davis Valerie, non Slade and family. good citizens. Let us give '
lark and Timmy Jones, Laur- Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Wlldon Stin- them a start by donating items /9
Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath left
e Hicks, Lori and Shelby Stin son and daughter visited relatives that will be of use to them.
and Paula Dec. 26 for a week's visit in in Orlando for Christ- Miss Jessie Bell Tyson and
son, Stephanie Ken- 1910
1970 be
Brooklyn, N. Y. with her mo- a yearof
nan, Julie and Timmy Saxon, mas.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jack-
and Mrs. Ernest Hunter '
I son are the citizens who will ,
of Pompano Beach spent the make a new beginning after
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. their disaster. They will appreciate great happiness,
George Saxon last week. our help. Let us share
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks had our love with them.
their sons and families for 1970 prosperity" and
dinner Christmas eveMr.. NEW YEAR SCHOOL BELLS peace
and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. and School] Bells will ring for the

family of Gainesville and Mr. New Year on Monday Jan. 5, for* all of !
and Mrs. C. R. Hicks and family for all schools in Bradford us

of Hampton. County After a two weeks holiday -
Mr. and Mrs. Arvll Shealy period for all schools, stu-
and children recently moved dents will enter the 1970 termto
into the former H.F. Jones learn, is the Resolution for of our friends
i house in Hampton. all students. FLO RID A
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Da-
vie have purchased the trailer CHURCH NEWS

from Mrs. Hazel Newton, Ebenezer Baptist Church,
and had it moved last week- Rev Leroy Davis, pastor. Ser- DIXIE POULTRY 'BANK At STARKE
end from the lot next to M.M. vices will begin with Sunday SUPPLY
Matchett's, to a lot north of School at 9:45 with Supt. Hay-

Mrs Katie Saxon.Christmas wood Brooks in charge. 218 E. Washington Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
dinner guests at Morning service at 10:45 with

ti the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.L. the Junior Choir rendering song One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Birt and Mrs. Mag-
! 1 sons were service. Evening service at
gie DIrt of Hampton Ernest- 6:30.: Tuesday night Bible Stu-

ine Strickland and Mrs. Walker dy. Thursday night Prayer ................... ............................................:..........'........
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the happy of Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Meeting. Visitors always we]- -
May Volney Wall of Keystone : .

V bells that ring at Heights.Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hovarth John and Cheryl, of Gaines- .. :.

have purchased a new trailerhome ville were Christmas day guests : :
of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dykesat
midnight find true and moved it to their
farm home between the Verdo Lake Santa Fe. During the : :

r I echoes in your Salters and E. L, Birts. Both afternoon they visited with Mr. .. ..

1 t :t ...i .11. ,j Mr. and Mrs. Hovarth were and Mrs. Charles Van Zant :
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hearts. here for Christmas, then Mrs. of J Knoxvllle, Tenn., who were .
In Hovarth returned to New Yorkto visiting his parents on Santa .. .
her job, while he will remain Fe. Mrs. Van Zant Is a former :
here for the winter teacher in the Hampton school] : .

months. .. .
Hollan Payne recently moved .
back to his house on the E.L. .. PEACE 1 ANDPLENTYinl970 I ..

" Birth farm .. .
1 The Libhy .Family Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks HAPPTNEWOYEAR .. ..

and family of Hampton, and .
t ; LIBBY SALES & SERVICE Stephen Dykes, Audrey Trem- .. .

blay and daughter Tania, and .. I :
the Hicks' niece and nephew at .
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Dora in Bradford County
on > 1 1CONGREGATIONAL
1891. Her parent* wore the late
Jan 27. 1I1111.!)!) Mr. Griff was n ,
Andrew and Mary BhJ.Dcu .
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ivtlr1! fanner a'Ul,; member
:her.Mrs. of the Baptist ,Church. B7X9UIIUCKN: BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ;

McManus wn.. a member Surviving la his wife: Mrs. HOLINESS CHUK&r. LAWTEY. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.;, Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. ,_J
cX the Catholic Church and Pearl Howard Crlffls of S.tirkc: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 10 ajn. Moat Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worsiilp.! a. m. Youth
the Starke Senior! Citl/.en's six daughters: Mr. Joe Prultt CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS to* WOk blp. 1115. Sunday Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prays Fellowship! 6 p. m Choir Prac--/,
Club. She had be,1.a resident and Mrs. J. V. Hearn. both of Sunday School 10 a.m. tit East Call St. MUM service 6:30.: Highway.US. services, 6:00.Wednesday Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday t.ce. Wednesday!; 8 p. m.

of Starke for the past eight Hinesville. Ga.. MI.... R. K. Worship Service 11 7 a.m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30 norOnrat of Lawtey.-Rer.B. .. Worship service T : -Rsv. J. C. Saunders, past0tAlORtiAN -. Rev. Robert D. Bu.rcbl'l
Service p.m. .
years.Surviving. Rowe cX Jacksonville Mrs. Dora Evening a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacrament L. Bennett pastor p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.HAMPTON .
Friday Night Cottage Prayer 11:15.Monday: ItOAU CHAPEL .
othy C.\ln of Denbigh, Va.; one GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ;
Meeting. Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday .
Is a daughter: Mrs. lion: Troy M. Price of Gainesville Highway 100-A ,'
Clemlntliie Myer of Phl>t'nix. and n brother< : Ma.nesGriffis Thursday Night Prayer Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday Bchoci. 10.. m. Morning CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. Morning .
Arizona an.t her brother And of JackS nvllle. (Meeting In church 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. Worehlp.. 11 *. m. Pre eJ'o CHURCH Worship 6:00:()() p. m. Training Sundae School, 10 am. :MornIng -

sister-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Services were from Jones Youth Service, Tuesday night 7:30: p.rm vice. (Booster Band. Young Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-1, Union 7:00: p m. Evening Wor- Worship 11. Training UnIon .
7:30: -Dean Hansen and Prayer Service). 'V 11. Evening I I: .
Carlton McManu, Starke. Memorial Chapel In Starke at 2p.m. p.m.Ivy People, tag Worship at .sIhJ.p.Wedn 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Monday, Dec. 29, with Luke. Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship.. 7 p. m Worship, 7:30.Rev.: Carl .;claY-7:au Prayer Ser- 8. Wednesday Prayer; :Meeting. 'C"
Bural was to be In Phoenix Midweek Service. Wedaadiy Clarke, pastor vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8pm. Rev. Don Dran-dy. ,
Rev. James C, Saunders offici SMYRNA MISSIONARY '
Arizona. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ating. Burial was in Sapp BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY ':30:; p. m. E. R. BowerS D. >, night-1:00 p, m. Family night. Pastor '.',
: Hem of Starke is In BAPTIST MISSIONU. .,...&cr. .
Cemetery near Ralford under 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday\ services :
charge of arrangements. direction of DeWitt C. Jones : 'Sunday School. 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tutee -

Funeral Home. Preaching 11 n. m. Training Frees Drive In. Sunday
Union 3:43: p. m. Evening Worship. SChool 10 a.m. Worship Ser- > i
7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer J d i

Mr. Martin -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. \
-Leroy OUve pastor; E. L. :!: :
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Dies December 22 ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CriffLs, .associate pastor. ; : aL

CHURCH. STARKE : 1*
11New IrWin E. Martin 90, Bradford Sunday Services: EVERGREEN BAPTIST j j L
resident died Monday( Dec. 22. '
r 10:00: a.m. Church School. No.rth.tKll & j
Mr. Martin born in Ox. Law eySunday
was 11 am. Family Service School ajn. 1 lalittleBiG I
ford Fla. on Aug. 30, 1879. He ::!
(Holy Eucharist 1st od 3rd Morning Worship., 11:15. Sunday -, :
was :a member of the Churchof :
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; 2nd Night
Sundays: Mornlnj Prayer, Service. 6:30.: Rev. ,
I.' Christ. .and 4th Sundays.) R. L. Bennett! pastor.CHURCH. i
t Surviving Is one son, Floyd .'.
II.. ,''A, Martin of Starke. ::: .
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH : ; : OF GOD :. NOW
Services wets held at Pine :
Level Cemetery at Oxford. BROOKER. FLA. 422 N. St Clair St., Starke. :: I
Sunday School, 10 Worship ::
Page Theus Funeral Horns was Rev. Jim Temple pastor. a. m. : :
In charge of a1'1'angements.ANCIENT Sunday School, 10 a.m. RonBristol Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ::: s ss
e Superintendent: Train m. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30p.mR'v. : S We all get a '

ing Union( 6:45: : p.m. Lowell Y, W Kldd past:>l'. ::: f
s thrill
ROMANS out
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Douglas, Director. Worship :
Ancient Romans rang In the Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern ::: children! put on
New Year much like Americana
Outlaw, music director. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ::3 a I
today. All work stopped (Highway 100 at There&so. ::::>f nur hats: vrhof.s.. t
schools closed handed I
courts
: down no sentences; ; revelers DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday. School-10 a. m. : Obviously: the)' don't tit 1R
BROOKER Morning WorsUp.-ll! a. m. :
gambeled In masquerade; and Sunday SChool 10 a.m. Worship Training Union-6:30: p.1D. R nary, but home' day. he,
such
gifts as waxen fruit can
AND GOOD LUCK I dles and dolls exchanged. Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Evening WOI's1IJp.-7:15: p. m. t. or she will j Rruty to tit
were
May (fortune unit
p.m. Training Union. 6 p.m.- Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- :
on you every thl('m. At the same time
Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. vices-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle
of lh.
Up way
Packham, pajtoi. imagine( that th\'III'C trying
NEW YEARS EVE IN SPAINA .'.. .
gay New Years Eve celebration FIRST BAPTIST CIU'RCtl :; '>n uur livi>:,. Would they: lit? '
SAM GRIFFIS takes place in Puerta FIRST .\!> aUJLOt'; GOD ::: .
del Sol, Madrid s Time Square. STAUKE OF STARKE : or do( you live the typeof :

STORE Twelve grapes are a part Opportunities of service: West Weldon St. and Raiford ::: life that you \l'ouldI'.lI1t them .
of the celebration. As the Sunday, Jan. Brotherhood Road

lock strikes midnight the Meeting 7:30 a.m. Sunday Sunday School]: 10:00: a. in. ::: to };l'Oto.. Live a life of"

grapes( are held high overhead School 9:45: ; Morning: Worshio, 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; ::: worship the Lord[ )\ ( I .
and eaten for luck-one for 11; sermon "Be Ye Doers: of 6:00:()() p. m. C. A, Services: 7:00: :

each month of the year. the Word." Training Union, p. m. Evangelistic Services. ::: "Tlinu /kilt vipdme/ (the >nth ( :
6:15.: Evening Worship 7:30: ; Wednesday: 7:30:: p. in. Mid- ::; i .

sermon, "Remember the Sabbath week Pxoyci Meotuie, ::; .a f life: in thy,,! jiienence/ i.t i fidnemtf ,'
Day." Pastor: Lester F Rlchnidso'n. ::; t e
<> y'tt l ; tlnj,! rirjlit I liniid+ there''
Ti'ustses
Monday Jan. 5 :! ::
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Meeting, 5:30: p.m. January Bible HEILBRONN BAPTIST :: "npi, plenum/ (II"I'I'P"I/JI'e." /i I

Study, 7 p.m. CHURCH.: HIGHWAY 16 N. ::;
Tuesday Jan. 6 WMS Sunday School 9:45: a. m. '::: .f

Council Meeting. 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship! 11. Training :: '--
Frosram, 11:15: ; Covered Dish Union. 6:30: p m. Evening Ser- ,::: i
Luncheon, 12 noon. Busln2S3: \lc-s, 7:30.: ril.Heek,! Prayer Service ::

session, 12:30.: (Ida:: Darby 7:30.: :::
group in charge of program). -Rev L. Tommy Howe, Pastor ,::. the Chufih II God t appointed, agency in the world for ,ipieading, (lit knowlidgf of I Hit love ycS.N TIft r' I
Junior Choir, Sunbeams. 3:30: .':.':: 'for man and ol Hit demand for mon to respond to(hot lore fey loving nil nughbor' Without ..
Children's Choir GAs 4:25.: GI .UI.-\\1: BAPTIST CHURCII : : Ihii, grounding' ,in the Ion ol Cod no gontrnmtnl' or society or "o' ol lift mil long 1' Q :
January: Bible! Study, 7 p.m. Sunday School, 10 o. m Mora- :::;::' peens. ond she "..dom, which wt hold 10 dear will inirilabl,' pinih Ihtielon, i>eitliom .J .it

Wednesday.:! Jan. 7WeekdayBible log Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. ::;: '. a lelfiih point' ol. new. one hould lupport the Church lot' the lohi of the' wellon .j::

Study, 10 a.m. January m.-- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. j!@ of' himielf, and hit' family. Beyond that, however., every pecan ihould uphold and par ':::
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A t t Bible: Study, 7 p.m. RIVER BAPTIST ::3::: licipoli' in the (hutch become it tells the truth about mans life" death ond deilmy. the ...f'.r "
Thursday Jan. 8 January NEW Morn. :::: liuth Mhuh, alone will, set! him free to li..t 010 child, ol. Cod "Qll 1 1.' >
Sunday School 10 a. m. Col,..non Adw S.) ::;:
d Bible Study, 7 p.m. tag Worship, 11 a. m. Training :;:::: I
Friday Jan. 9January Bible Union, 7 p. In, Evening Worship, ::: 4v j
Stud 7 p.m. 8 p. m. Wednesday night service :::I

-W. A Hogan, Pastor. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- ::: 'r

come-L. L. Parker, pastor. :::$v v$

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( Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.lorn.; :;
Ing Worship. 11:00 a.m.; Even. FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE66" .i

NQW? (Qarl # c Ing Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed.

Prayer !Meetingand Bible Stu I GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE
"- dy 7:00: p.m. Study on Book oj
Psalms. C. J. Sheffield, Pastor'/ f Bill Edward Ph. 964-7231;
<9teding5 1 Everyone Welcome. AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-8111

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to KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST !I. U-HAUL RENTALS Headlight AdjMtlnc :

health happiness and success Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training :: Truck -- Trailer Brake Service i

be abundantly' yours and may good Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning, : Wheel Balance and i

friends always surround you. :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor :.' Complete Lubrication Alignment .)'
ship 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting: Minor Tune-Ups '
7:30: WedM.3diy., ;' j:OJ PROMPT ROAD SERVICE I
EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET Pastor: Rev. Robert West.! 1011 N. Temple Avenue =,

# PHONE 964.5899 AH Minor Repair* !
Jack & Gladys Edwards!
24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple AT*. Starke
IJ.5. 301: SouthA'HAPPY FIRST CHRISTIAN CULKCII STARKE BUILDERS
Sunday Service: Sunday :
School, 0:45: a. nt. Morning Worship i Hlway 301 and 100 LAWSON

10:4: a. m. Evening Ser SUPPLIES, Inc. I"

vice, 6:30: p. nI. Midweek Ser : <10 S. Tempi Start
,. --...,..."" vice. WeUm esay; 7:15: p. m. 1 Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET
Charles Reese minister : Complete Paint Supplies
,. 1 and Sporting: Goods AND COLD STORAGE i

1 1I (MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH STREET "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Sp.cl.M; in Custom. K:&u.Mr. "

a Opportunities for service: s} inc. Cutting and Wrappteei,
c> QtI Sunday. Jan. 4 Sunday 219 Washington St. 9645270ACMMGUCO. MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Dec rr weY '.;
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School. 8:45.: Morning Worship
It. Youth Choir Practice, 4:30.: WHOLESALE
p Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: ;j FLORIDA I 24-Ft. Wide P11oa.164.706/ i t,

A, c rt Training Union 6:15.: WMU :::3
fj Also 12Ft. WIde
Prayer Circle. 7:15.: Evenll1JWOI' EST PALMETTO STREET j:
hIP. 7:30.: ;::
HOMES
IJiblo Study. Monday through MOBILE

Friday, 7\::\(). OHI10L Campers and TrarcltralUn BRADFORD COUNTY .
9:30
day-'rayer Croup ::

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KEYSTONE MELROSE o- News NotesBy


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- I II p plKeystone v CHRISTMAS MEETINGOF of the Sunday
home on Friday evening, Dec. \ o or ''. OES CHAPTERThe School Selections were also enjoyed -

20. Guests who attended the Keystone Heights Chap- by the Celestial and Jun-
] :holiday party included Mrs. iiLiTiiiiBy Tr ter was specially honored by ior Choirs of the church

Hilitesl Grosbcrg's/: houscgucsts, LeRoy having the Worthy Grand Officers under Mrs. George Canova's
By JIM I Syracuse, Mr*. Janice Ba lts, \ of Florida as guestsat direction. Mr.and Mrs.Richard

PJeae Phone !in Your I Iho Jeff Baits, Miss Dana Hayes, Dona CoreyHOMEMAKERS.LUB the Christmas Chapter meet Cunningham and Itfr. and Mrs.
Jim Fox, Don Dykcman, ''Mr. Barry Wyman were In chargeof
and Mrs. Charles Gnrbcr Mr. ,: covered the program, which conclu-

WOMAN'S CI.VBCHRISTMAS Menth'rs and guests\ wcr'welcvne.l e> and MIA. J-'ck Sullivan, Mr. Members of tae HomemakersClub planned by the officers, was ded with a visit from Santa

1."' rnF.OS \ by ho| club pI'"I'.I"1t l and Mrs. Albert Browner, and real.zed approximately held at 6:30: In the banquethall. Claus and a gift for the little

The Dcceiu'.vr( lutu'h,;an I.on Rushton.l Guests 01 f I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley LaCoste. $130 from the1bazaar on Dec. The guest table was set ones.
17. This 'was 1.1increase as
included Mr. and Mis. Albert J. Brew- with a centerpiece of golden
tiutiUttiml
\ members
the
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meeting of the K >>to e of the
compared with receipts
Ohio are chest from which of
Jr., of Akron sprays
,. Pr and 1\11'1' Cto! BoohorMr "ales
Heights'IU\ CUi' \\U of Mr. and Mrs.J. previous year. During 19VO. attention flowers fell from each side. FELLOWSHIP CLUB
holiday guest
1\.11 1:0 McGl.ue.
:! and Mi* (
Tut"'d1, ivo li& tit *
held ( will turn toward the in- At each table clever The
Mrs WI1II11n.kl'r, Stanley LnCoste, of Lakevlew were sym 1970 Club program and
Mr and '
clubhou at 12: ,;A,) p m Drive Mr. Brewster Is Mrs. LaCoste' teiior of the building. bols of Christmas. with a San- meeting will start with the
Mr ant Mrs. Melrirk, Ml>*5MII'lh'l'
The 1n.\.\';>Uul t.\:M.:a and\ Newly elected officials will ta Claus napkin holder monthly
Bridges. Mr. InIlrs.. ,. brother.Mr. covered dish luncheonat
stage wore t>iiutiull.v\ : ,\1"ated and Mrs. Myron Prevntt, (be installed January 22 by Mrs. from which his stocking cap 12:30: In Masonic Hall Annual -
Hacker, Mr. and MrsDulitlu
for the Ch1--.*.:11.\* l .uty t Gene Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Paschal l Ahrono Alachua County Home was a red napkin; tiny red dues of $1 I may be paid
by the hetw<>*,'* wh.\ uv'.u.ioJMr \ Arnold Carr entertained friends with Demonstration Agent Assuming bonbon dishes, and a tiny golden to Treasurer Julius Hanson.

*. J.1B,1.' : M:'*. K.ilph I LIONS' 1I0I.lDPART\ holldOopen house at the respons.bility are the following and be-sparkled golden nut Newly elected President Fern

Barker. 1\11'1 R, Guit.n.! Airs Members of the Keystone! Prevatfa a home on Lake Brooklyn ladies: President. Mrs. dish were the favors at each Hanson will announce her ap-

R. Green and Mr*. R. Hook Heights Lions Club and their, Saturday evening Dec. 27, J. G. Robbins; Vice President place. pointment of committees.
Mrs. Sara McDonald, club guests enjoyed a holiday: dinner Allen Following the dinner, mem-
called at the appointed Mrs. W. H. ; Secretory
members and party on Monday: The 50 guests bers and guests adjourned to
welcomed
president, of 8:30. Out-of- Mrs. Cary Eland; Treasurer, Savines Bonds
hour :
evening, Dec. 22. Prior to the( ; the Chapter where the
W. Walz room
Mrs gave
and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, and Secre
the invocation.Following dinner, which was! held at he< town guests included tary-Delegate Mrs Edythe regular meeting was openedby Now Paying
and Mr. ,
the luncheon Mrs Masonic Hall, the members: Mrs. James Barnawell Worthy Patron Vinton
of Nicholson. Five
Nelson program chair. and their guests enjoyed a social and Mrs. Troy McGulre Keeth at 8 p.m. Worthy Ma- Percent
David COMMITTEE
hour at the home of Mr Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. DonKl1gol'e ACTION O tron Grace Keeth officiated at
Introduced the memberswho
man, : for diptheria Secretary of the Treasury
of Plant City, and Arrangements!!
and Mrs. James Zcwarka.Follow the business meeting of the
participated in the pro Arnold Jr. Inoculations were made by Mrs. David M. Kennedy has announced -
gram. Mrs. Fred Smith read Ins the dinner, the Dwight Mrs. Alec Livingston, Earnest Bartlett, president of( chapter. an increase in the interest
club president Leonard Jones, Mr. and Worthy Grand Matron' Flo-
Search of Christmas" by rate U. S.
"In Committee. on Savings
holn- the Melrose Action
of Fort Lauderdale were rida, Jessie Mae Hicks, and
welcomed Mayor\ and Mrs. Raymond '
James Fogartis and :Mrs. W. Livingston's She was approached Initially by A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION Bonds from 4.25 per cent to
Siarnes. and Judge T. A, day guests of Mr. Worthy Grand Patron, Walter
Alien's'The
Walz read; Raymond: the parents. Mr. and 'Mrs. Gay Liv. a private citizen requesting Thompson, Jr. were escortedto 5 per cent.
Yawn of Starke who were
Night The Chimes Rang. Starnes Ingston, Jr., of Nelson's Point. transportation to a health cen- Concerned, responsible citizen*-including many the East by the Conduct-
President McDonald concludedthe : honored: guests. Mayor and his where the vaclnatlons were The new 5 per-cent rate applies .
the During their visit, Alec ter prudent bllllint'sSJ11f'nareHJrrif'd about federal ress and Associate Conductressand
commented briefly on
w.th O'Hsnry'srGift to all outstanding Series
reading attending available. Having recognizedthe Introduced to the Chapter
of the Mail." Mrs. Lamm Club's success In past years 'Wife, Susan Bowl, enjoyed need In young and old< spending.! Can you name just one good reason "hy members. Several others E and II Bonds sold on or

led the group in carol singing. and wished the members wellwith the the Mr.Gator and Mrs. Robert game.Morgan, alike, the Action Committee they should be disturbed? present and past Grand officers after June 1 I. 1969 if held to

,; Mrs. McDonald wishes to ex- their new venture, tc of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, performed aa its!! name would Well, )'t'IH'!! eau. There are many reasons!!, butlet's were introduced, among maturity. The higher rate also
of clubhouse applies to older Bonds.
construction!: a Begin-
lend holiday greetings to( memo them Grand Treasurer Miss
t of Bcb's Indicate. ,
bers of the club and to all be located near the Ke'stoneHigh were holiday guests William WOMAN'S CLUB take one very simple one. Did you know that it Mary Laura I Johnson; Past ning with the first semiannual

friends In Keystone! who sup School. parents! ,of Mr.Lake and Geneva.Mrs. Due to the redecoration process takes Sift billion of the taxpayers' money just to Grand Matron, Verna Brice; interest period starting on or
Morgan after June 1 1969
ported the club in all its many Judge Yawn was the how guest he :Mrs. Harry Purvis, the former going on at theMelrose pay the interest on the public debt, "hidlnow stands Past Grand Patrons Vincent outstanding E,and II,Bonds rates will on
discussing
projects during this past 'ear.JASl'ARY speaker, of theWoman's Brice and E. W. Garrish. Lo-
Starke members
Garbett of Club-house,
viewed traffic violations and Miss Kay at S3.>9 billion. be increased to yield 5 per
CALENDAR cal Grand officers were Mrs.
of the Woman's the fines and penalties whichhe and Keystone la spending the Club held their Dec. The interest cost on the debt has' doubled since Pearl Clark and Hector Owns- cent, when held to maturityor
Members Mr. 17 meeting at 'the Keystone .
her parents
with extended The
the fol. felt were necessary In orderto holidays 1961. While the debt has increased about bey and J. Azzie Williams, maturity original !
Club are asked! to post of and Mrs. Herb Nelson of Lake- Heights!! Woman's Club building. 21per maturity of the SeriesE
Insure greater degree members of the Grand Worthy
lOA'ing dates on their calendarto a Purvis recently Hostesses serving luncheonwere the nine 't'OI"I'th of Bond!
highways. The view Drive Mrs. cent over past ) ( cot carryingit Matrons appointed committees.The has been shortened
safety on our
remind them of the monthly speaker was particularly con returned from Frankfurt, : Mrs. A. Bachmann, Mrs. has risen 100 per <<,cnl.Et'n five Star Points, Ada, from 7 years to 5 years, 10
meeting scheduled for January. her husbandhas W. Orollck Mrs. R. Bridges months II Bonds will continueto
where
how violators Germany, with a blue light Ruth with a ;
with ,
cerned the
if the Administration held line
The Information was submitted: legal been stationed with the :Mrs. R.. Becker and n: Mrs. S. present yellow light, Esther with a white mature In 10 years
T5y) the club's publicity! chair- should be treated in our the debt itself the of inlt'rc',1lm', continueto
courts. Judge Yawn said it was Army. He will be returning Hogue.A on cost light, Martha with green light,
man, Mrs. Reggie Schub r. his opinion that all judges home the latter part of January Christmas program was climb. That is because U. S. Treasury securities and Electa with a red light, "Freedom Shares" CU. S.
Tuesday, Jan. 6, board meeting! consis'entin and they will live in their prepared by the Fine Arts Department all symbolic of their star stations Savings Notes) sold in combin-
should be strict: and wold due and must be
at 9:30 ago keep coming !! refinanced -
begin : years
scheduled! to The
at Theressa.In orthe- club.
administering their fines new mobile home presented a courtesy in ation with E Bonds, since May
a..m; Tuesday, Jan. 13. business and punishments In order to January, Mrs. Purvis will Chairman, Mrs. Florence Jane, at today's sharply higher rates!! of interest. which they placed special gems I, 1967, will be removed from

meeting at 2 p.m.; Tues curtail traffic! violations on return to her unrslng position presented, her son, Jack Janes The only war to reduce<< this" trend is for Congressand of the Order in a Golden Chest. sale effective June 30, 1970.

day, Jan. 20, salad luncheon, Florida highways.Folio 'WIth Alachua General Hospital who sang a variety of Christmas the Executive Department to insist, on a substantial The Courtesy was given by Wor-
card: party and camellia show la Gainesville songs. The members then thy Matron Grace Keeth, usinga
itartln at 12:30: p.m. (open to wins the program, memo Joined in with the usual ChrIst- reduction in federal spending thus reducing Christmas Tree and com- SEE'XbcjJPaint

the public' ; and Tuesday, Jan. bers and guests enjoyed exchanging Dr. Albert R llly of Jackson mas carols. The next meeting the inflationary pressures!! the economy, paring Grand officers as the }
Christmas gifts. People
37, regular monthly luncheon ; ville was a weekend guest of in conjunction with a luncheon Rich in turn could enable the Treasury to refinancethe Star at the top of the tree
meeting at 12:30: ( p.m. HERE N' THEREMr. !Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson. will be held Jan. 7. and continuing down to the roots, *"
DUPLICATE::: BRIDGEThe and Mrs. James Green Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hoffman, HOLIDAY GUESTS remaining debt on a more favorable interest each officer and station In the Moored BwlM-taTC, .

Keystone Heights Duplicate and Mr. and Mrs. Aloert Mid. also of Jacksonville, were Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Watkins )basis. Order was compared to either
Club, sponsored by day guests of Mr. and Mrs. ---- --- the decorations, the sparkles, : JRAINTSCENTRAL
Bridge get, all of Nashville, were enjoyed the company of their --- -- -- -- ----- -- -
.the Woman's Club, will resume weekend guests of Mr, and Nelson. daughter son-in-law and the branches, all of which could : -.

:.regular Monday evening ses. Mrs. James Zcwarka and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson, grandson during the Christmas Carbon Monoxide Poison Presents not function without the side- PAINTSTORES
beginning of Largo, holiday guests of liners' support which were the
'jslons on January 5. Mrs. Green and :Mra. Zow- are holidays. The Edwin L. Best *
,it 7:30.: All area bridge enthusiasts arka are sisters, The three couples their son-in-law and daughter family drove here from Deland. presents on the tree. Mrs. Jo INC.
1 Invited to attend these Mr. and Mrs. James Beeler. Best Heed rendered a vocal solo, )
are enjoyed attending me while Edwin Watkins 36 NW., 13m STREET
games. For additional informatlon. Gator Bowl game la Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beeler and came directly from St. Andrews Danger During Cold WeatherNow "Take My Hand", with Mrs. GAINESVILLEPHONE '

)} contact Mrs. Fremont on Saturday.A son, Pete, of Orange Park College in Lauren&burg. N. C. Betty Sikes accompanist. :3712R1'
) Tolles. at 473-4138 or Mrs. H. joined Jim's parents! and with his Christmas goodies were I
large' number of Keystone for a Joyous reunion that the cooler monthsare home heating equipment can served in the hall followingthe
dinner
for on
473.4336. grandparents
'T. Dens at residents 'attended the gameon grandparents. with us, the Division of give off carbon monoxide gas. Chapter meeting.
ROTARY CLUB Sana-day as guests of the Christmas day.Residents PERSONALS I Health warns that fuel heat- Only scientific instruments can Secretary Bea Schroeder was
;:.CHRISTMAS PARTY DuPont Company. Guests Included of Nelson's Point Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams ing space heaters gas ranges detect the gas but Dr. Sowder excitingly happy that her hus-

.. The Keystone Heights Rotary \ DuPont staff members enjoyed their annual neighbor traveled to Hartsvllle, near Columbia and furnaces can emit carbon said there are warning signs band, M. A. 03111) will be home SMITH PLUMBINGAND :

Club held its annual Christmas residing In Keystone Starke, hood Christmas party and cov S. C., where they spent monoxide gas that can kill. that persons should regard with to stay after several monthsin SUPPLY CO.
Party at the Garden Restaurantin Gainesville and Oiange Park. ered-dish dinner on Monday Christmas with Rita Mae's There is also danger from Idling suspicion: the odor of burn a hospital at Tampa.

Starke on Wednesday! even The company chartered an ex- evening Dec. 22. Former resi. three sisters: Mrs. Caroline automobile motors in a ing things, the presence of Mrs. Louise Perry formerly [ Contracting and rtpatra \

ing, Dec. 17. The 56 members ecutive bus, which transportedthe dents of the Point Mr. and Newsome, Mrs. Anna Laura. closed garage or other enclosed smoke and sooty deposits a- of Lake Brooklyn, and Star Plumbing Fixtures: .

and their guests enjoyed a social party members from Keystone Mrs. Charles Tolford of Wil- McElvene, and Mrs. Ann Ker- space. round heat registers, exhaust point of "Martha" is now living Water, Heaters' Pumps |

hour, followed\ by a steak ,to Jacksonville. The mington, were In town to at- win and their families. Dr Wilson T. Sowdor, direc- discharges and vent pipe Joints. In Lakeland. I Irrigation iron Filters .

.;dinner. party was climaxed with a tend the party: and visit their Sunday afternoon Mrs. Aylene tor of the Division of Health, The Division of Health says January 6 at 8 p.m. Is the \ Water Softeners
banquet at the Thunderbird In former neighbors and friends. Smith Mrs. Ruth Ann Parr. warns that many hundreds of the Incidence of death and ill- next Chapter meeting when a

r Jacksonville.Mr. Members ijf the City Council !Mrs. Gertrude Houser, and people in Florida may be affected ness accidental carbon mono general business meeting and PHONES:

and Mrs. Hal Adams of and their associates are to be :Mrs. Maud Watkins attendeda < by exposure to this unseen xide poisonings can be greatly initiation ceremony will be observed | 961.6023 or
Can you MWdleburg, entertained their complimented on the fine decorations performance of the Nut hazard and may not be a- reduced by the followingactlon: 9SJ-5832J

friends with social hour and which were displayedin Cracker Suite presented by the ware of it because it is invisible buy only equipment tha Flense! make a note of I
a
eat,all day buffet at their new home on the building, and the beauti- Gainesville Ballet Guild. odorless, tasteless and complies with the local code, COMMUNITY CHURCH our numbers In your|
which was Underwriters Laboratory or The Executive Board of Community
ful nativity scene deadly.
evening, Dec. 20. Mrs. A. Ahrono Is home for the hone boob)
Saturday
still lose Each minimum of national testing agency; Church Women met December
and placed ori the roof. Arabia year a 1,400 any -
of Keystone holidays from Saudia. ,
Les Stephenson, The many residents who de- persons die in the United Statesas make sure fuel burning 19 and set January 5
S 'WeightAfeightVvfatchers0? Heights, and Mr. Adams' mother coraled their homes are also where he Is serving as a con a direct result of being exposed equipment Is installed by a as the next General Meeting,

r of Jacksonville assisted the to be congratulated for their cutting engineer on a U.S. Gov- to carbon monoxide Ten qualified person In accordancewith which will be held at I p.m.

hosts in caring for their guests. fine efforts. The decorations ernment project. or more persons die in Florida local codes and standards; in Educational building. Annual KEYSTONE I

Keystone residents who were certainly do add to: the holiday DIPTIIERIA annually from carbon monoxide provide a constant supplyof reports of all officers, Circle
present to enjoy the d.nner and apirit. poisoning from motor vehiclesor fresh air for safe comsutlon Chairman and appointed Com-

dancing include: Mr. and Mrs. Former Keystoner, Mrs. Mary space heaters.Dr. and a method of venting off mittee Chairmen will be required
A James Zowarka Mr and Mrs. who resides in Diptheria inoculations will be Sowder said that in addition burning gases; and preferably In writing HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
Col. and Carew now administered free of charge, have heating systems,water
4 Raymor.d Starnes, arrived this to deaths resulting from The Bazaar Chairman,
Mrs.! Charles Head Mrs. Seph.: Masssachusetts, to all people in and around acute carbon monoxide poison- heaters, kitchen stoves and Mrs. Barry Wyman, will givea
''Week for her annual winter
\ enson and daughter Carol Col. the Melrose area; regardlessof ings there is considerable danger other fuel burning devices )Inspected final report of the net for
stay at White Feather Court. the county in which they re- and cleaned at least
;< and Mrs. James Chesslngton. in daily exposure to low the luncheon and bazaar.
< Is Ready For You :Mr. ani Mr, Everett Fox, Ed Mr. and Mrs. Allen Calllouet, side. The Alachua County concentrations of carbon mono- once a year; The Executive Board rec-
Rodgers Miss Penny Rodgers. of Little Lake Keystone, spent Health Department urges and xide in the home environment.A never convert from one tupe ommended that the unpledged BEAUTY SHOP "
and J.m Fox. the holidays with Allen's par- insists that all individuals over person so exposed over a of fuel to another without having balance for purchase of the

Every Tues., 7 pm LeRoy Syracuse\ of Green- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Call- two months of age, appear at long period of time may experience burners changed and adjust adjacent property, be paid from
louet of Pensacola. the Home Demonstration BuildIng ments made by a trained ser- KEYSTONEBEAUTY
-
of Mrs.Eltxahcth headaches, dizzy the Church Women building fund
v.ll'; I l.s a holiday guest
Keystone Heights I Grosberg, at her Private Thomas Bird, son of Tuesday Dec. 30, between spells, weakness, mental depression vice man; project.
St. Anne's Parish House Lakevtew Drive. Mr. and Mrs. John Bird, Is 10 a.m. and 330; p.m., to receive nervousness, iri lab never use charcoatgrillsor The "Miracle of Christmas"was SHOP

Phw471.3163.47.1: -..1r1! horri's on Grosberg: entertained: spending the holidayswith! his their immunizations. lIly, and circulation Impair- Ilibnchl pots Indoors for cookIng a presentation by the Community inWTH JOHNSON Owner
:
Mr her family and friends. Tommy Is Children must either be accompanied ment. heating or taking the chill Church Sunday School,.Personal wad Creative Hair Btrlrerr -
at
7o'I't. a dinner party presently stationed at Fort by a parent or pre- There are many reason why off II particular room, such as at the Annual Christmas program ** Form of Beauty

*T s -- + Leonard Wood, Mo. and will return sent written permission signedby a basement or garage, and I on December 21. The fine ,0IlIIunt 7bes.4at. t-t/ ; closed!

for advanced Individual:: a parent In order to receive never leave an automobile I program was one of caroling, |I IIGDIIQ',

t training after the first of the the vaccination.The Home A conical to see how long a engine running in a closed garI I solos, duets and trios by the CONCRJo."TE
.i PRODUCTS"FOR
year. Demonstration Building is located smoker can keep a pipeful of age. I Primary, Junior and Kinder- <
tt Mr and Mrs. Richard Sun- one city block north of tobacco burning misses the 1

derland, of Palatka Mr. and State Road 26, beside Robin whole point of pipesmokiiiff, CONCRETE l'RODtI\.IAS
I u tt t 'Mrs. David Sunderland, and son's Grocery, in Melrose. which is to spend so much CALL, OR SEE

son, Mark, of Gainesville Miss : time fooling with the thing Edward's
% Kay Sunderland of FSU and you can't get into trouble..1.j..1.j.JJ. Building

I y tt t Bruce Sunderland were In Keystone Every bridge and pathway in Supply, Inc.
for Christmas dinner Cypress Gardens has been widened : ns S. MAIN J7J-4J

with their parents, Mr. and and improved In preparation for Gainesville. Florid
t Mrs. Richard Sunderland.A the more than 3 million visitors THE MAN; AT the next dc.sk
'i
/ o expected by 1972.America's adapts to the inevitable. lllinw < NURSERY -
o complains about thp(
Mi'MlcwcMcrner, : who vis- birds getting: all Hie best 1 seed O.C.
0f t ill'') New England was aurprirrl launching pad to the out of the squirrei-feedcr. Carne Nursery
to find the early IctUrnl -
moon, the Kennedy Space Center, Thousands of plants
Icfl some antiques back Is just a short hour drive from
THE 1970 Fruit Trees-Shade
I Ih'-re. I Hi had assumed they Central Florida's number one Trees
t l brought them all along with Evergreens
attraction Gardens.
u Cypress
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tlt" ,", Camellia & Azaleas

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May the year ahead abound ,",20% TO 50% OVER Face Valuefe $8.50 1v 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

in good fortune for you! N LIMES QUARTERS, HALVES, DOLLARS '**? Hwy. 100 at Flora home

mi OR BEFORE: \5' IUUNO THIS COUPON May it reign throughout the

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REALTOR
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State political convention ever heldin chard ,
Florida Becomes Two-Party Flol'ld1.Kh'k Linda Powell, Debris !
[ :: :; sons,
was! elected by trnc('. Honor Roll I Sapp, and Jimmy Tomlinson.liiilly My! Neighbors
Jumping rousrrvntlvp Democrnts -

In Decade Bringing Many Changes PPPOSP I It,> I heir nominee, \ ..' .. .1)
.
Robert King kith: of Mlnml. The following IN a lisl of Cramhtii; llnlx-il, I .lom-li" | Crecu; II\ II
who hid; been ItiMKCd: by .the Kl'JUlfonl HlKll SclHHll+I m HlllflfltlM Tcii'Sii Belly 11e'l bra MOWI.V, "'J ) /
Politically Flol'lda111 enter( Governor created n Department lo niiikc the iifiulciiiic Honor, ./ lrwlcrlilll.Mh/ J'f. .'-/ .h. ", ,
eonservnUves I us n 'blu city .lanu-s (HiMhly) Si II'I'| | Janet; .tt', i.y Woi "IH.| '-'. ,' J,
of Law Enforcement Kol/ I for the : "j'
the decade of the: 70'sitli n liberal ( second six weeks Sapp| |> llorlN Aim SiN-iiKlrr: ,
completely different face than (Florida's flwt 1 statewide: ( crime- eudliu November 26.( !/ tiiitituMiiilKliI; .F'I
Sylvia SKI I him, l.liula Slime.Itmaid ion', <;iiu.itHonnle -
the solidly Democratic! one itwore fighting npparntus<. and enacted : Ii'onlcnlly. Kirk turned out A new rule hall been Instituted Strong, .loan', Whitehead, '
at the mad of the IW(\ 'B.I" laws to force industry\ to to b;' one of the most liberal by Principal Kalph DKKS 1 Elaine: \'uunbluud: Claudettf :-;-Il'IIlgl,' A'H :' A'oSlVfe ( (Jt: I
the ten-year perK-cl Florida stop polluting the air and Southern governors of this cen- so that a student must now make Peterson, and VIM I'uuiam.
changed from a rural-con, water.Wlih: /tury. Up to date he has provedto all A's or a combination of A's a : I lull b" '.1 I I. I .
trolled; one-party: "state' to a be both n fiscal nnd racial and IJ's to be on the honor roll. 11th Grade Al : -r:

city-orientated. tw:>p.irty complex the aid of dissident! liberal, advocating( a huge pro. Previously, a student have Trisler, KalphJllHv Yawrl. L'H f---
with a Republican Govern Democrats crossing party gram of harrowing: and bond made a C and if his grades Straight A's Vnnnr 1'tv.JlY f 'layluo; .. "w"11 ,1,11.
General Election- averaged a B he would have Young. Michael <..ibh>, Mary I Ijrxxtue ,1"1" c;.. "
or and: a LegM.itut i use-rally lines in the ing as well as a tax increaseto Rebecca McMillan and Rox- ,and Judy ".
sprinkled with member! of the Claude R. Kirk was elected in bull roads. He has also put been listed. Ie Rodrique. 1 AB (; iJoridld; Keyh, \IM..J 71
"minority party." 19116 as Florida's first Republican ; more Negroes in positions of The new rule kept 98 students Jimmy Andrews, Stella Jane Nelson, Jimmy (David I'i'l-h, ,,>- |'In'j.! ...! krill! under

Many factors contributed: to Governor in 92 years. Two government! authority than any from making the honor AB Costello, Nancy Crews, Nlkki Carl Kiherd Kerry K,xJii I'I'J". :, ',, rap-, huh.. ..;'"

the dramatic political: change, years later. Republican Ed: three of his predecessors put roll the second six weeks who Crosby, Beverly Crowell, Kay Theresa Elaine Sherman; Willie II .. II
James
Waynd.'lehton -
reapportionmentprovided Gurney was elected to the U. together. would have been listed the first Linda Adkins, Randy Brown, Epps, Herble Green, Seleeta Strong, ,
tout legislative : Debbie Thomas, Sand/. 'Id* i Wi" |, Kiiimfisarv
six weeks. nf
off S. Senate and suddenly Florida Sharon Clark, Gloria Crews, Hall, Lee Hardenbrook, Vic- .. ,
the fuse! that set Youngblood, and Greg Jllddl"" ,1 '''' \ bath, h ":"/'It"".
the chain reaction.: Reapporllonment was a two-party state with Florida's unique Cabinet system 12 Grade Linda Haas, Beth Mixon, Key- toria Henry, Lynn McCullough I'l, /111V.rf- ?.. ;??, /.ltll.(( ,Ihr(
swept a whole new many Democratic candidates, underwent substantial ly Richards. Sheila Norman, Joan Hinson, ,Jiol in,,,, I I., oan, Ihr" nil'l"
breed of lawmakers into the even on the local I level, threatened change also. Government reorganization Straight A's Margaret, (Becky) Jackson, RI- ii nn- I Its II "hwiI" t I'

Legislature Democrats: and with Republican opposi in 1969 completedthe

Republicans liberal and conservative tion. Some Democrats, with Republican transition, curbing the Louise Batten, and Randall

with 'the majority sympathies began Cabinet's once strong handover ,I CMsm.
nofront the urban centers. switching registration! to I pro almost every area of Florida

rather than the rural areas of vide realistic primary ,battles endeavor, channeling: ; it Into Good Cheer,

the The state.Legislature: wrote a new for major offices.! land the more management restricted:education fields of AB i P ( Good Health, / if /

number of reBlstered -
State Constitution and: followed Although Republicans the in Bradford law enforcement natural resources Joyce Allen, Theresa Clem, :; Good Luck !

it UP'Ith a complete restructuring County more than doubledin : purchasing, and builddins Shirley Fayson, Mike Fogg

branch of government of the executive at ihe the past two years Ifron'around ( l : construction. Charles Fuquay, Frederick L'JP'44fli

75 to the current figureof
state level and broad Home ........
still -
number was
the
183)) WIll
Rule powers for cities and
counties! to run their own infinitesimal when comparedwith

affairs.t ( the 5.698 Democrats on NEW COURSE OFFERINGSAt Iicdfi
the books here.
replace:1.: biennial with an-
As the icing on the caVe for
nual sessions in an attempt to Bradford-Union Area
Richard Nixon was
keep up with the staggering: Republicans.
elected president after being Vocational Technical Center
problems of rapid growth: -
nominated In the first national ohs
Lieutenant if
gave the state a y

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CLASSDnXD AD RATES worker, Kitchen aids laborers AND USED 1 $15 up. 10 differentname George E. LaRue Hwy.' 101 N. Wilde
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(Mlnlmom chore) keeper truck driver. Fir Deep &: Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of:,I Auto Fire Homeowner I EZERASE TYPEWRITER

Bw retirement Tacatlom Expert Service On vUla 3767110. tfchg Paper Notebook Fillers. -
Kztr ehaxc If not sick l.ave.1f interested, pleaaeMJply All Makes Keystone Height '-." Bradford County' Telegraph.GAINESVILLE.

paid la 114TaDee ___ .!1 in person Peraonne! Plumbing Service DID YOU KNOW its easy to 'I
N N'W'-" Manager Sunland TraIn. Phone 964-7061 own a Longchamp Home?

M..rW8, ......Ia..o.. ln. Center. Gainesville :Via. Better built for F7>rtda liv MEN WANTED Men cottage
A. R. JOHNSON & SON : An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your plant or our parents age over 21. Startingpay .
1 cab pee word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or our. Contact Bu- $329 month promotion opportunities
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INSURANCEAT day week, sick: leave, vacvtloni.
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic tf3,0
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AUTO. FIRE BOAT pennon
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Bradford County Tele-. DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Manager Sunland Training Cen/!
INSURANCE AGENCY ter. Gainesville\ Fla.
rrtph. tf
teha SPORTSMOORE An equel opportunity employer.
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YOUR MONEY WANTED: Used WrlnlftrWuter. -
of paper work.-Bradford Coun-
F.zcept: Saturday 8. U NoonHILL'S
tv Telegraph, tf Mobile Homes Starke Ph. 4-o791 Will pay cash or take In
GARAGE trade on anything. DAHMCR'B.!:
SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Complete Outboard &; Stern
Keystone H lfhU NEW and USED 964-7923. U.e2I.
SHOW HE( INS AT 7:00: ) I'.M.: oiled and adjusted in your Drive Service and Repair.

ADMISSION: : Adults 75c, Students 60c Telephone 473-4HS home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner 8-10-12'. WideGainesville Complete Fiberglass Repatr, WILL BUY: Used Appliance.
repairs also All work Cu. t o m-buitt FiberglassFishing R
guaranteed.
lmlOs'MANOR
Children Under 12 Free Good Furniture TV's, Stereo, anything tom ,
MOBILE HOME: PARK Dennis E. Cogging.! Phone Quality Boats of value DAHMER'fi.:
ri\i tiers and Spaces For Rent 431-1428. tfch Reasonably Priced -
THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN., JAN. 1, 2, 3. "
Phone 964-7493. tfchf Gainesville 378-2785 SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
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A. J. Thomas, Registered, Real TRADE: Used
BUY SELL
Serviced Guaranteed and Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent
rJ: Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing Delivered la BUrke Area Furniture, Appliances Toy, for( use on wood glaM,
A f EWUCHNICOIBI : 2nd Are. &
S. B.
filler in appraisals for N0- Tools.] Wimberly'. Trading plastic paper, metal leather,
Broyns NO EXTRA COST
tales corporate and Individual Post 7434 Standing Blvd., Bradford Count 2nd Street
ANYTHING!
J 1)B1J1RS) MlUii" .. '1"I'. owners Thirty years experiencein IIS 441 N. 4501 NW 13th Jacksonville. tfchg. Telegraph. tl Near Post Office
?j' ':f Florida Land Matters. 205 N Gainesville STS-S78S Open ''Til. P.M.

W MN, YYIM' ,IMY Temple Ave., Starke Fla., Tel. FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed
t T.. e AT" e! UNITED UTISTS ... tO' t-
_.._,.:......- 964-5701. tf ANTIQUES bought and sold room trailer outside city limits.J .
Volkswagen furniture refinished. upholstering B. White D64-eil4. tfchg :-
EXPERIENCED WAX T R K 3 S
Flit, SAT., SUN., MON. JAN 2, 3, 4, 5 wanted. Good pay. Apply in permit cabinet work antiques re MARY WANTED LISTINGS
New II; Used t..O"1Sale. at Longhorn Restaurant. U. stored to original beauty CallC. On Home and AcrrMt! Hirers

Eye ot= Service tt1I! S. 301 South tfchgFOR E. Jackson. 1313 West Mad- Waiting Stout; Res1y. Reg.Rtroker .
< Ison St. Phone 9645370.! tfchqFATES' CARTER CAMPERs 2117 N 1'entple Ave.

'l"he CaI' 'l. 'j '1 MI. North of TIre MallGAINESVILLE RENT: TV sets baby ph S64-SS09\ Slorlcr Fl!*_
-First qual.
FABRICS
beds. elec. guitars amplifiers
,1\\ refrigerators: day or week. DA- ity dress drapery upholstery s. FOR SALE IS*'* VAV-1300
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 4\ I HMER'S. 9A4-7923. tf-ehf i material. Notions! mill ends, PAINTS model, so hI"1\' nl.l..age
C +' [J .TECHNICOLOR J seconds.:: Metal zippers lOc to 2920 Waldo Road I !good c"I\.:;",'n 'I.I-1 ( :? Phone

M + TAXIDERMYRugq.FlshBlrd..Ga.meheads EUNICE NURSERY 30c. Week days 10 to 6; Fri Gainesville 378-0691 !W\4-fif\HI\ tfehy

Satsuma Kumquat pear and day. Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday ft;! K. llrownW SI- Authorized Dealer EXPLORATION
TELEDYNE:;
:: laz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Motel shade trees. Blueberry plants. 1 to 6. On 301 Hi miles Northof "Starcraft" "Dreamer" Vibroe -
COMPANY: wtt I:. conduct: : a
Sljrke. Fla. 5t chg 1.29, Azaleas. Camellias. Ornamental Waldo on 301. tfchg "Wheel Camper" of oil
m\irch
FLORIDA THEATRE shrubs. 3 for $1 up. 2 ml Trailers Truck i is serve>
Travel 18.
1,111I'No.
I I along
SERVICE Small appliancesat and gas
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EARS? turn north at of sign.Lawtey Phone on Hlway 7823465.301 Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. WALLPAPER Campers Fold Down. I[ 121 1 100,( and, IS' to.''::nling:, at Ft.

howtlme--W"kday''" 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 tfchg'FOR Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchg SALES SERVICE Wh'.to: FU and\ conducting
then
HAS norluMit: ;h' lake Butler
LABEL MAKERS, from rki\ and eastwrtr.l -
RENT-3 Bedroom unfurnished joMilnM-1! t. S \
FRIDAY, SATURDAY JAN. 2, 3 EVERYTHINGSTARKE house-5 miles South of, 9.a5- Bradford County Tele FOR RENT Kingsley Lake. : thr.Miih\ FVnney Farms

Starke on 301Ph.. 964.7490 or, graph. Ph. 964-8305. New brick duplex 9partni"nt and' G"I."t'WI": Springs and
Double Feature Waldo 4B8-1222 between 84. Phone 98-4-5391 or 964-7788 Merrill -ndi" \t Si Augustine FlaV .
FOR SALE Concrete block Williams. tfchg: \in-.tMr: point leatl"nlO111 be
FOR RENT 2 Apartments house; 3 bedroom. 1 bath central through
WE MAKE available" !: to the public
964-6848
: THE COMIC I II Phone both furnished call 964-6418 heat A air- ndltlonlna. Corner FOR SALE-New & used 11<'11\('- UK- office! of Th State- Geologist -

; after 3 ".m. Itchg' lot. Phone 964-5307, tf ng list Chain saws Cash D.soount: T.tltahassee. Fla, tfchg
I Starring Dick Van Dyke, Michele Lee KEYS prices or and VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- German Sheperd pups ready: FOR RENT -Small .unfurnish Saw Sho'i: : :HOI S.nith. Phone !lei"' ,
Mickey Rooney with to leave. AKC, shots, wormed, : M "','r> t'p-TIMla' And
MASTER Add Machines, ed::! house. Phone 964-5724. Uchj: TSflO. 12.11 4:1'
PLUS subtraction. SPECIAL this $75. contact Dick Staples Lake :Modern
I month only. $69.95. Ideal for Butler lip NOTICE FOR SALE-Chicken fertilizer FOR RENT: nmi'lth,1 l l apart :3 bcdi-oom! dwelling wall to

CLINT EASTWOOD IN home or light office work.- ideal MONARCH RANCH Registered! delivered and spread. Clean out ment Also louse i for sale .i" will cnrpetlnB. drapes. Elec.
Bradford County Telegraph. U FOR SALE-Gentle Horse Angus Production Sale Sat., any type chcken: house. Put country Small Down' pnymont. Rofrlp.: Washing machine and
for children. $50. Phone 964- Jan. 3, 1970, 12 noon. At the raw dust bak: in house Wilbur W. H. riollinan, IfohnTCR other items of furniture.. Utllitv. -
The Good The Bad and 5038. 2tchg 1-8 \ and': paved drive-
FOR SALE Pulpwood truck Ranch near Wildwood:! \ Fla. Prevail. 964.6816. 4tp I.1"> carport
and saw $700 for! both furnished, Selling\ : 53 Registered Angus SM.VLarno:, M 110 ft. way. Reasonable down payment
Carl J. Wilson 9S4-6691 4tp 12-11 FOR RENT -Partly northon Females Many with calves: at Antiques! Large Collection! x 110 ft. ''nn1.: "e city l linll*. City and 15 years on balance.A. .
bedroom 1 mi.
The UglySUN. M 2 : 301.house Phone foot and re-bred to Burger of bottles furniture. glass\ Hard- wat-r nod electitrlty Ideal for J. Thomas Realtor Tel. 964-
Hwy.
9646604.Itp Cla>sloch| Reserve Supreme ware. Variety all kind. WP house trallrr or hc'iso. $ 50.Phon 5701.j .
SEWING MACHINES I Champion at Perth and Sire of Buy & Trade. Comp out & ? W4W.IO.I tlhg
I
.. MON.. TUES. -. JAN. 4, 5,6 Largest selectioos from which! Pole International Champions. brtaround.( riffle Old j DISHWASHER WANTED Apply
FOR
SALE
to chooae. Puff, Nocchl. Nelco, Registered MONARCH RANCH. Mr. and Trading Post. 2'a miles Northon FOR SALE Large: earner lot I In person at Longhorn Rest-

WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDSI I II New Home ft Unlrerwal. nome Hrford!! register bull 2 Angus years bulls.old. Also Mrs. J. G. Sola. Owner Bill ) 301. Ph. 4-72BO.. tfchn 110 ft. x 110 ft. inside: c'ty 11miI I. aurant. U. S. 301 south tfchg
/ REPAIR ALL MAKES. tank good I lawn
Septic
I i i 1 moo-OOLWYN( MAYER MYM. A r irrt fwm fficnCIiCfi' I 964-6114. tfchg ShieUs.! ; Manager. Wtldwood. concrete slab, city i I IF WE DON'T HAVE lTwe'll
day\ shrubbery
National SewingMachine Fla. Phone !904-74S-lB.Vi. Experience I typist! by '
m DAVID LEAN'S FILM .0'BWS"MSTE" ADDING MACHINE ROLLS hour or week. Permanent orempt'raI'Y. water electricity, and gas. Will I get It for jwi. Office
.
Furniture Equip-
i DOCTOR ZIIilAGOIN Co., File Folder, complete line .f- PAYROLL ENVELOPES. Hours to suit. Rt. 1 pour 2nd concrete slab forhomj Supplies. :
mert. Bradford County
flee ..uppU.one TelegraphPMae Bradford County Telegraph.Ph Box :361 Kingxley! Lake Ph. I trailer.\ 1500.!\ Phone 964-I -
I PANAV13ION AND METROCKOfl .11 W. ValTWiUy' AT*. JTI-1UI 4r4303. 964-8305. 533-2381. IIch, 6610. tfchj Telegraph.a ..
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