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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 8, 1970
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-s3a has been proposed to the Boardof ment of Education would extend
Robert Geneurex 31 Mr. and Mrs. r wi.
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step-father,
i Public Instruction local from 180
by the school
died year is to' residents to
Saturday morning from injuries Robert Green. Mrs.Geneurex up
school administrators. days to 210 days was given
received in accident initiate action form
an the former Gail Rowe of Starke. to a
the School Board for study
In which the car her husbandwas Her husband, Robert Gen- Tuesday by Supt.Tom Casey and drainage authority, Coun-
driving crashed into
parked semi-tractor and trailer a- eurex was driving the Green's \ HamiltonIs Asst Supt. Connie Clark. ty Attorney T. A. Yawn

on North Temple Avenue in 1965 Ford car when it struck Cost of the program would told the Board of County

Starke. the parked and unoccupied :_. by $77,896 for 1,300 students, Commissioners Mon day ,
tractor and trailer owned by one-third of those in the coun-
Mrs. Geneurex, a residentof : apparently ends plans the
West Springfield, Mass. was Fogarty Transport Co. of Tam- : ty, who would attend on a volun-
Board teer basis. Suggested starting hoard had to form a water
here visiting her mother and
pa.The date is July 6 which would close control district! here.
right front of the car the extra term August 14.
There is > authority for theCounty
Council struck the truck In the left The program would consistof no
Commission establish
EyesPurchase to
rear. Mrs. Geneurex was pinned a regular instructional
Inside the automobile.The right Mrs Gail Rowe Geneurex was pinned dash of this car. She died half hour ChairmanZedra gram from kindergarten pro- drainage control d'strict' on its

front door had to be pried opento inside the front door and'under the after the crash. through courses for credit on own. Yawn said. K is left to individuals

Of release her. She was held a senior high school level, according in any given districtto
by the door and the dash board Hamilton of Brookerhas to a report the two petition the Circuit Court for
according to City PatrolmanJoe Co. Board Quits been elected chairman of administrators handed school formation of a drainage auth-

Ritch PropertyA Stivall. the Bradford County Commission board members. Courses would .rlty.Property
for 1970 succeeding Commissioner be offered in Starke, Lawtey, ; owners joining to
Mrs. Geneurex died at 7 a.m. Dave ShuforJ of Hampton, and Brooker. gether to form such an authority .

committee to Investigatethe in the Bradford County Hospital. Night MeetingsMidmonth Lawtey who held the post for Such a program would be must pledge -Their InnJs

purchase of property owned The accident occured at two years. more than the regular summer for taxation to meet the costs
ty; Dr. T. O. Ritch:: at,the south- 6:25: a.m. in front of the Tem- Hamilton was named to the programs of swimming and a of operations.

west corner of Call and Church ple Motel as Geneurex drove, meetings< of the ,post Monday:! in the Commis- few academic courses which A drainage district can also.

Streets, across from thj city north. Bradford County Commissionhave ( sion's organizational meeting have been offered, but It wouldbe be composed only in part or

power plant, was appointed! at One been re-scheduled to begin for. the new year. Freshman less than a year-round school parts of a county Yawn said.It .
son, Robert Jr., 7, wasa
Tuesday oilghfs brief council passenger. He and his father at 8 a.m. each third Mon Commissioner Ralph Bryanwas year increasingly being dIs- need not operate In the entire

meeting. escaped without serious<< injury. day of .the month Instead of 8 elected vice chairman. cussed as a way to economizewith county', according to Florida
In a letter to the Council, Dr. Shuford made bolh 'nominations growing enrollments.Supt Law.

Ritch said he was offering the Funeral services for Mrs. p.m.Next mid-month meeting will and the votes were un Casey believes that year-round Yawn's investigation In the!!

prcprty: (formerly used by the Geneurex were held in Jones :be Jan 19 at 8 a.m. animous. school year will definitely come formation of a drainage authority

State Road:!' Department) for Memorial Chapel In Starke Sun Chairman Zedra:! Hamilton Another motion by Shuford within a few years. surprised< the board. Commissioner
sale at $8,500. The Council dis- day afternoon with Rev. DeWitt suggested the month night that nil appointive positions of School board members Indicated Buck Norman had

cussed It In terms of future Farabee, pastor of the First meetings be!! changed! "becauseI 'the Commission remain "as is" Tuesday they want to led the move to form a drain
needs:! for office and warehouse United Methodist Church offi- work! until dark find a night also passed but by a 4-1 vote delve deeper Into plans for the age authority. He said Monday':

space for the utilities depart- ciating. Interment was to be meeting means I have 'to with Bryan casting the negative program before giving it an "I thought it was a good idea

ment. Councilmen One Wig- in St Thomas Cemetery in change my britches and come ballot. Bryan did not say which okay. When asked U he was when I brought it up, but I'm

gins and P. T. Nolln and City West Springfield, Mass DewittC. back to town." Hamilton liveswest appointment he objects to. seriously considering the extended surprised to find out we
.
Clerk Merrill Edwards were appointed Jones Funeral Home was of Brooker.CommIssioner. The appointments Include T. told program the Supt Tom Casey touUn't} do anything about it"
board
: : as a committee to investigate in charge of arrangements.Mrs. Ralph Bryan, a A, Yawn county attorney; "We're : Yawn gave his finding to
moving to a point of
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the proposed pur- ----. _4- duPont employee, suggested., Gene Shaw, prosecuting attor- very serious consideration." the Commission to the Boardin

chase.As Geneurex was born in This tractor and trailer was parked as close to the the meetings begin at 8 a.m. ney; R E. Jones, road depart. Asst. Supt. Clark said a decision a six page report prepared
chairman of a committee Jacksonville on Oct 16, 1938. ment foreman; Herbert and December, The Commission, '
so he and Commissioner! Buck must be made
She was a member the Methodist curb as it could get, according to City Patrolman Joe prior 1.0
, to Investigate the feasibility of at the suggestion' of Chairman
Four)
(Continued on Page Feb. 1 when the must
Four) program
bunding! a city hall complex. Church. Stivali, investigating officer.: (Continued on Page< be submitted to the State Department Zedra Hamilton, agreed to pub

Noln! reports that the group of Education.No lish the summary of the at-
had met 'With County Commissioner Surviving besides her husbandand mention was made Tues- torney's! report in a future edi

Dave Shuford and archi- son, Robert, is a secondson School In Black day of how much of the $77,896the tion of The Telegraph.In .
Christopher and
a daugh-
tect Don Morgan ani: that the ter, Michele, all of WestSpring- Budget county would have to put 1913, Yawn's report state,
possibility of building: a com- up or how much would come ,the Florida Legislature enactedthe
field Mass.; her mother and
mon city-county Jail had been from the state. general drainage law
step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
ruled out as not practical.! Green of Starke one "What is the goal?" School (Chapter 29ft, Florida Statutes)

He also reported that the 18.- brother: James V. Rowe of;San- Board Member Charles Saw- under which a drainage district

000 square feet of property at ford, Fla. one sister Mrs. yer asked Tuesday. "Some- may be created! upon ,petition
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the city hall site would net be Eddie Douglas of"Atlanta, Ga.; So Far In Current Yearwas where down the line we have filed with the Circuit Court

sufficient to build all of the her grandmother: Mrs. Adam got to quit jumping on the state by a majority of the owners: of

suggest!!: complex. Includingcity Green of Starke, and her mo- (for more taxes). I'd like an the lands affected or by the

hall, jail, l.brary and ther-in-law: Mrs Helen Gen- Going over the 1969-70 school Brownlee Road to Albert Tyson -Requested the State Depart part of a first phase of awful lot of information on it." owners of a majority of the
Chamber of Commerce office.: eurex of West Springfield, operations budget with the ment of Education to spend construction at the center, Casey and the Hoardagree lands affected.
Continued on Page Four) Mass. Board of Public Instruction, as high bidder for submitted $725. $6,589 for paving at the Brad- Supt,,. Casey said, but has never to hold a meelng within After a public hearing the
Supt. Tom Casey said thereis Four other bids were ford-Union Area Vocational- been done. the next few days to discussthe Court can, if it wIshes, order a
Paulk $629
by Dave ;
reason to believe that the Technical Center. The paving proposed program. drainage district created undera
A. L. Batten, $600 Pleasant
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spending 'bill can end up in Church Board of Supervisors which
Wall Grove Methodist ,
Agency Awarded the black. $307.99, and Katherine Dean, has authority to levy taxes for
At the end of the 1968-69 $309. its operation.

school year the system had The action was questioned by "Efforts ta create a drainage
spent about $100,000 more than members of the Church who Cept district would be the responsi-

County Insurance Bid it had received. A loan had said the church had built bility of) Interested property
to be made to finish the school the school on land bought from owners and the Board of County -

year. the Tysons for $20 per acre. t Commissioners U! not officially .
Casey reported Tuesday They contended the church ; a party to such preced
lid for the Bradford could meet with the three that the $2.5
County morning operations should have the school. ing" Yawn states in his report.
workman's compensation insurance agents Monday afternoon i-o ex. budget had been over expended Supt. Casey and the school Chapter 15J.( Florida: Statutes
and coverage of the amine the bids. by $26,391 so far in told
board members repeatedly convers upon the County Commission -
county's fleet of vehicles and George Roberts of the Wall the current school year. But, the group the deed had no reversion authority to establish

equipment has been awarded Agency worked with the Com he noted, the school systemhas clause and that the ..M+, drains, ditches: or water course

again to H. C. Wall Agency of mission's committee in drawingup received $71,000 in receipts board by law had to sell the 4. upon petltlc-n s'gned' :! by two or

Starke. the county's specificationsand over those budgeted, land to the highest bidder or more landowners whose lands
Opening of the insurance bids loss experience for the bid- leaving a balance of $44,876for not sell it at all except to a l would be liable for taxes for the
was the first action by the 1970 ders. Wall Agency had the the first half of the year. governmental organization.Asked expcnvs incurred. The County
business the To end up in the black, Casey
commission Monday previous year. Attorney George Commission
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would then appoint
The Wall Agency headed In other action at the meetIng said, purchasing for other than Pierce for an opinion on whe- three resident! freehol 'crs: who

here by George Roberts, bid the Commission: necessities must come" "just ther the School Board can deed with, a civil engineer, would
-Was 'told about to a standstill. But it the old School build-
$4,761 for the workman's compensation by Road ForemanR. Hampton
::.r" stake out the area affected:! and
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and $3,449 for cover E. Jones that his crew is is "not an austerity budget ing and site and the old Hampton ",- ". :-" .... .
of
assess cost construction to
age of the county vehicles and working on clearing a ditch la yet the superintendent add Training School to the City of -p.-f,, .I. "' ''. ". .:... "_ various residents.!
equipment. Other bidders were: back of Hampton Lake. Com- ed."For Hampton for recreational purposes -
Chapter 136 originally
was enacted -
us to do some things
the Charley E, Johns missioner Jesse Chastain said Mrs. Hazel Thomas,
Agency "Terrible in 1891! ; and
does not
we've said we want to do in Looking"This appear -
and the ditch is Hampton city council member,
William C.
Powell Agency, at problem and the future, it's awfully Important to have been employed to
both cf Starke. asked If It could be cleaned out. appeared to get the board's
that we come out In any extent Yawn states.A .
The Commission restricted Its Jones said he Is already work- the black," said School Board answer to the request already} sanitary land fill) is not very the County Commission has decided. third alternative seldom

bid requests to local firms. tag there, but the wet weatheris Member Charles Sawyer. He given Supt the Casey Board told by letter.the coun- sanitary, but the trash above lies less :Mrs. Jesse Chastain Raid the land used, appears in Chapter 157.

The bids were opened Mon- holding up his crew. Jones did not elaborate on the proposed cil woman he would like to than 50 feet from SR-100 a few miles fill at Speedville near Keystone'west Florida Statutes!, which was en-

day morning! but were taken sa3! there Is over a mile of plans. feel the city will use the new of Starke near Sampson Lake. Heights looks just like the one above., acted in IflOt.! Under it a maJor-
under advisement until a com- ditch to dig to reach the Santa Utilities are a tight situationin ity of those owning the lands
Hampton Elementary school fora Such sites all the "Terrible "
are she
mittee of board! members Fe River. common over looking, !says. The County -
: Zedra the
current budget, Casey
through! which a proposed<
playground. That is one of
Hamilton And -Approved the appointment of county. People don't wait until they Commission is hunting more landfills
told
Ralph BryanMen's the board. $60,000 was the goals of the school ditch, canal etc. would run, or
Mrs. Hazel Green county budgeted for utilities and tem, he said. sys- get to the dumping area to drop their to hold the rising tide of trash those owning a majority of the

LeagueBasketball health nurse, as part-time) sec through December Casey said, -Asked Attorney Pierce to trash and the result is that other and is comtemplating ways to stop land may petition: the County

retary to the County: Mosquito: $41,000 had been spent. The prepare an absolute fee simple people can't get to the dump; they people from dumping where they Commission to establish &
Control unit She will replace superintendent said he expects deed the old drainage district.
transferring coun- just increase the mess. At least what aren't supposed to.
Mrs. Pat Spengler who Is re- those costs to go an- ty courthouse to the school The Board again would appoint

Meeting signing. other $15,000 above the board:, and to prepare an accompanying (Editor's Note: This dump looks just as bad as it appears on the three freeholders and an
-Accepted the resignation of amount budgeted. document binding front of engineer to the ditch.
The survey
Phone page TeWraph not very decorative: or interesting.)
:Monday Jan. 12 Mrs. Pat Scogln3 as assistant bills we also run- the school board to pay the The Board would also have the

8:00 P.M.Recreation : county librarian' effective Jan. ning $600 per month, Casey County Commission anything authority to levy taxes againstthe
31. No mention was made of a said, indicating that figure is received in excess of $45,600 lands affected.
Office replacement. higher than usual. if the school board ever sells Board
Hits Phone Cost Two things are common with
Supt. Casey told the Board
Temple Ave. Questioned a payment for that the building. The Commission, each of the three statutory
$32,500 of
nursing home care but was race track tax in agreeing to give the old means under which drainage
funds has been received above ever. to have the phone in their
told courthouse to the school board
by Mrs.
Virginia Darby ,
the "This thing Is killing! us," projects may be effected.Yawn's .
amount budgeted. But he that school officials But the Commissioners agree meeting room removed. They
deputy clerk, that the state suggested!
said Commission! Chair. report states:
said the board is Involved County
again
This Space Contributed now pays all costs above socialsecurity have their own deed drawn. also instructed Mrs. Virginia!
man Zedra Hamilton lookingat Needs Time 1)) Responsibility for Invokingthe
in a timber tax suit ,
-Accepted audit Darby, deputy clerk, to contact
an report on
payments.Was !! .
Publicize
Weekly to with Container Corp. of a $400 December telephone laws does not rest with the
the school system's activities every office ,to see jest how
toll by Mrs. Jesse Chas-
Community Events by America and cannot count on bill for the new county court- Visiting the Bradford Coun. Board of County Commission
extensions
taln from accountant Neil Tucker many phones and :
that the three drives into
ers. It can only' act in
house.A
receiving about $21,000 in ad- ty Commission meeting Monday responseto
and okayed for payments$2,258 can be done without.
The CommunityState Crosby Lake Cemetery from valorem taxes from the firm bill for the services. Sawyer budget minded Commission C. R. Bradford was ask- ,petitions filed by' land own-

SR-100 are in bad shape. Thecomm1..IGner in the current budget year. noted several practices in the j' continued Monday, as -they ed by Chairman Zedra Hamilton "Tell ers. In one case, Chapter 298
Bank everybody: started
asked the road Maintenance Supervisor Bill report which he said should ]I!nave snce! moving into the new : if he wanted to talk to with we the petition must be filed with
foreman to, look: Into that. Graudons has resigned from be stopped, such as no inven- '33,000 square foot building): to th/3' board. Ralph ourselves Commissioner .he Circuit Court.
Accounts now Insuredup -Was told by Commissioner the school system, Casey told Bryan said 2) Owners of the lands benefited -
tory in the BHS school store, to $20,000 by Ralph Bryan that most other the Board, but will be avail- charging students at BHS $1.50 portion of the phcne bill. complain about but If I lilt Mrs. Darby was also asked I by the construction of

Federal Deposit Insur- counties down to Ft. Myers able as a private businessman. for taM4gjxaminations early, Vo figures were available as to here long enough I might to supply figures comparing the iralnage facilities must pay for
ance Corp. lave signs/ at their i entrances In other action, the Board: and bill paid without Invoice ixactly! how much the phone) think of something" Bradford :local service bills now' with the hem through assess levied oa

(Continued on PM l"Vair" ) -Awarded a bid for the old at RJE >ill has been each month, how- reylted. c old courthouse. heir property)
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DUPLICATE

To. College Students BRIDGE CLUB

Of Interest Entertainedt

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mus-
Sawyer Home oline were east-west winnersat !
WOMEN the Starke Duplicate Bridge
Members of the United Methodist Club Tuesday night with a
WSCS entertained at a I score of 49H. Mrs. 0. J. Me-

buffet dinner Tuesday night I Griff Sr. and Mrs. Lax Green
UUladva:Mooly: Phone >964.76011 1 ..fA Dec. 30, at the home of Mr. I' / were second with 41. There

,.., Woman's Club Midi Mrs. Charles Sawyer honoring were five tables in play.
Miss Whitehead the Methodist! College North: -south winners 'were
To Meet Wednesday students, who were home for f. Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs.
Weds Mr. TrahanIn the holidays and their dates. era Martha Moore with a score of

Winston SalemMiss Mrs. John Haney 'will presenta used for the occasion. The buffet 44tt Mrs. J. D. Oion Jr. and
program on Fine Arts at the table, covered with a white Mrs. George: Miller were second
Whitehead Starke Woman's Club meeting. cutwork cloth, was centered with 41>I. Overall winners
Patricia Diane!
Wednesday. Jan. 14. at 3:30: with .. were
daughter of Mr ana: Mis.Mate 1
deal candles and felt !fruit.Miss
The program wU Y red : The weekly tournaments are
Whitehead of Stfyke, and p.m.
%!!\ SG Carry Lee John: Tiahan with paper sculpturing. i Meredith Wilson. Dea- open! to the public and lesson-
the afternoonwill McRae 7:15 each
Hostesses for Sheryl Lynn review begins at : p.m.
of Winstcn Salem N. C, son of in the Methodist ChurchIn
,be: Mrs. Robert V. Turner coness Tuesday in the Pratt Street
Mr and Mrs. DzdcUer:! : Trahan Jacksonville and chemist Gnann
units: Mrs T. G.,Ritch, Mrs. Gorge t To Wed Mr. Recreation Center. The first
of Lnfai'ette: La., were Mrs Don Pa- in the Methodist Hospital in duplicate play. startsat
Kopelousos round of
Dec. 30,,
In marriage Tuesday entertained the Mc
Mrs. Charles Darby.Mrs. N Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Julian E.
tray 7:45.
7 In (he Fo'syth' Park 1 ti' i :
at pm. numbers.
Wlns.onSalem.N. ,. A. R. McRae.Mrs. C. A.Futch.Mrs. group with guitar Rae announce the engagementof !
Church
Baptist W, H. Nollman Mrs. L. the 25 ,their daughter Sheryl Lynn.
in serving
Assisting
with Rev. S. Larry Childs
C of
Mrs. Ralph Dlggs. to Richard Plen Cnann, son Women Plan
Sr. performing the double-ling A. Canova s young people attending! were! ( Little
Mrs. A. Y. Covington. Mrs. A. + !Mrs. Jack Eaves end Mrs. De- Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gnann
ceremony.Mr. ShowThe
N. Holiday. Mrs. Charles 1 Witt Farabee. of Theressa. Fashion
of .
ana Mrs W. R. Byrd .
Hutcheson and; Mrs. S. B. Mc- Miss McRae is' a 1968 graduate
Winston Salem, N. C. were the
Malnes. cf BHS and Weaver Air Little Women's Club will
attendants.( Patterson-Hart Phi line personnel: school In Kansas feature a fashion show at the
bride grauated from Beta Sigma
The Told City, Mo. She Is new employed open meeting Monday night
BHS and St. Johns River Junior Engagement Marie Brown Becomes Bride with First Federal: Savings h Jan. 12, at B p.m. at the club
College ani:! has been finance Cynthia Jean Bryan Janet The '.next regular meeting of Starke. Mr. Gnann Is Members of the club
officer at the BiadforJ- Mr. and Mrs. R E. PattersonJr. Of Mr. Norman In Church CeremonyMiss Beta Sigma: Phi sorority will beheld Loan in graduate of BHS house. mad ls.
announce the engagementof Has Birthday Party Mrs. Orary also a 1968 will be the
dur of
Union Area Vo-Teh:: Center : at the horns! with Hanburry for the evening will
ing her college Career where their daughter, Marilyn: Sue Overstreet Monday Jan. 12, at and is employed Hostesses
Jean Bryan celebrated & Dickinson Mechanical contractor be Anne Terwillegar and Nancy
Is employed. to Kenneth Howard Hart, son Cynthia Mrs. Freddie Stephens
she presently 8pm.
birthday Sunday Janet Marls Brown, Carl Norman of Lawtey cousin in Gainesville Struth.JANUARY .
her 11th
MSG Trahan is statiored at of Mr. and: Mrs. L. H. Hart of 'will be co-hostess.
with the Palatka. afternoon when her mother, daughter of Mrs. Purvis Brown of the groom, served as A June wedging Is planned.
Winston Salem, N. C. '
Miss Patterson is a graduateof Mrs. Lloyd Bryan and: cousin. and the late John Brown of beat man. and the ushers were
reserves. Green gave a party Lawtey became ,the bride of Ralph Wise of Lawtey the
After Feb. 1st the couple will ) BHS and is now attending Catherine STOREWIDE
reside! at 1809 RunnymedeRoad ::5.t. Johns River Junior College.Mr. for her and 15 friends, cousins Paul Albert Norman, son ol ,bride's:! brothe'-In.law. and Eugene
Winston Salem. Halt is a graduate of and: relatives at their home on Mr and Mrs. Albert Norman Norman: of Kingsley Lake,
Palatka Senior: High School Morgan road. of Lawtey, in a double-ring! toorther of the groom.
and attended St. Johns River A birthday theme was carried ceremony on Dec. 19 at 8 p.m,. The bride, given in marriageby
Junior Women Junior College. He Is employedwith out with pink and blue Rev. Charles Prior performed: her brother,Mitchell! Brown _
Met Monday the South Atlantic Oil streamers and colored: balloons the! nuptials at the Highland!. and her mother, wore a floor
Company.; in the party rooms and porch. Baptist Church. length Chantilly bee and: peau _
Mrs. Robert Burch presented Wedding plans 'will be an- The refreshment table also Vows were exchanged: In de sole gown featuring a scalloped -

Dimes a I the Junior Woman's The children enjoyed games bra forming an arch with two( bouffant skirt and chapel! train.
Club meeting! Monday night with prizes! on the porch and smaller candelabras on each Her veil of silk lace wag attached and
Ho te !">* were Mii George ,were given balloons ail favors. side. On either slds were floor to a tiara of seed pearls
Loper, Mrs Wallace Wise, Mrs. Miss FitzsimmonsTo Assisting with the games and baskets holding white gladioli and she carried a spray of '
serving refreshments were mums. pompoms, jade and 'white chrysanthemums: centered
John> Arthur Reddish\ and Mrs. Wed Mr. MoodyMr.
James Reddish. Mrs. George! Career and Mrs. plumosag fern. with a white orchid.

and Mrs. J. A. Fitzs'm. Frank Gomes. Mrs. Ralph Wise sister of Ray Norman, pianist soloist, and
the bride, served as matron of Mrs. Jackie Chapman
of Fort Lau'rJb! : an-
Miss Tanner To mons honor, and the bridesmaids presented a program of nuptial
their
of
nounce the engagement: I
were Miss June Brown: sisterof music prior to the ceremony.A
Wed toRobert
Randy Joyner daughter Barbara Jean
.
HenlyDyalEngagement the bride and Mrs Milton reception was held in the
of Mr.
A. Moody son
Coleman, sster'! of the groom. fellowship hall of the church.
:Miss Barbara Ann Tanner, and Mrs. Luther Moody of Told sister of
Miss! Nora Starling the: groom'sniece Mrs. Vernon Starling
daughter of Mrs R. O. Lyonsof Starke.
bribe's: cake
flower girl, the cut the
served groom
Lake Butler and Lamar Tanker Miss Fltzoimmong is a grad- Mrs. Ida Sue Dyal and Eve- as sis-
of Providence, ana Phillip uate of St. Thomas Aquinas rett Henley were married on and Mike Prescott the groom'scousin and:} Mrs. E'igene Norman, Miss! Di
Randall Joyner, son of Mr. and High School and is night manager Dec. 27 in Allen ale. S. C. attended:! as ling bearer. ter-ln-law ol groom Reba Melson
Mrs. N. P. J:>yner of Starke, at the Howard Johnson The couple! Is residing at 610 The attendants! :! wore floor ane B-enett. Mrs served MEN'S LONGSLEEVE
Karon
dark and daughter
of
will 09 united in marriage Jan Restaurant in Gainesville W. Adkins street. length dresses green Mitchell Brown.
velveteen on lighter: green crepe ,punch. Mrs. SHOE DEPT.
17 at 8 pm. In the! OU Provi.dance. Mr. Mocdy gradual; from bride kept KNIT
of the
alter-in-law
\and carried single yellow rosebuds REJ. 3.99
:! Baptist Church with a BHS in 1964 and has recently
THE MAN AT the next desk with satin streamers. ,the bride's book.
reception in the Providence been employed with the Avon-
St.Augustne SELECTION
to mEAT
of the new TV programs Bach tiny drop pearl For their wedding trip
says some wore a
Center. New Orleans.A !
Community dale Shipyard in now 2.44
are so bad he can necklace, a gift of the bride. the bide wore a two( SHIRTS
All friends and relatives are 'wedding date will be announce SHOES
( hardly wait not to watch the piece light blue double! knit LADIES
invited, to attend later. re-rl1ns. suit with white accessoriesand

: a white orchid cwaje. Flats -- Loafers Sports ItEG N
The couple Is residing at 0 $1.44

Lawt y, Mr.Norman is employed VALUES TO 6.99 PAIR 2.99 w
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL WEEK-END with DuPont and Mrs. Nor-

man is a nurse at Bradford NOW .:.J.


County Hospital.Masons. Install. I' Only - $2. and $]. SKIRTS LADIES :stt


.t--

1 1 New OfficersAlbert

1 ) I NOW ALL FALL I -
1
m F. Garner, Sr. was Installed AND
as Worshipful Master of WINTER REG. \

Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & A. $4.00 1
M. In csremcnlea at the lodge:! 4.99 I\\
hall Friday nght'! Jan. 2.
FRIDAY SATURDAY .- ONLY Other officers installed; at LADIES. Save ,,\
-
this time were: Daniel! Elbert
Nettles, Senior Warden: Lonnie DRESSES Up To REG. $5.00 hhOoO
Marlon Rhoden, Junior War- 5.99 i
den; Glen S. Wade, Treasurer:
d5Ud' FRUIT TREES Herbert Green, Secretary; Ernest -
Eugene Tanner, Senior Deacon REDUCED

: Clinton Fayne Bateman tilir'f Last
Junior Deacon; Ralph: Merrltt
BARTLETT HOOD Senior Steward; Archie W. Gay-

PEARS KEIFFER lord, Junior Steward; Thomas 3 DaysANNUAL
F. Howell Marshal; Mack Mc DOWNOPEN
Rae Chaplain; and Hal Hamilton .--.

Tyler. SUNDAYS GQ I

PEACHESFLOROAWON MAYGOLD PRICES White Sale

1 P.M. To 6 P. M. ENDSSATURDAY '

/';- Special each 2.98ROSiS ::':

NARCISSUS DAFFODILS ......
.:-
GIRLS AND BOYS
+ gc each 15c each BOYS
COATS AND JACKETS


/w 198 1 Ask Reduced SPORT


Charley NOW


E. SAVE 1- 3 NOW $1.67 1


Grass Ib. 14c J hn., ..
Rye - :
!
About This Question: Shop Today SIZE S

Florida Peat 50cWILD awarded in $150"I
TULIPS bag - "$51,000 was

DUTCH IRIS damages to a pedestrian :

each Cc each who was run down and LADIES AND GIRLS
6c seriously hurt by an auto KNIT

mobile. Our (Stale) law requires Canvas Loafer and Regular
.1 REG. NOW| only 110,000 auto liability LONONG

BIRD LOR1DA I 49c Insurance. Would
59c
CATFISH -
-
v- the motorist have to pay REG
rr t Sword TailS"59c .19.!! the $41,000 difference if TENNIS $1.00 to

FEED II EST MOLLITS 49c 39c he had" only $10,000 coverage $1.99 :


LITTLE FAVORITE. GOURAMIS 69c .9c ? SHOES REG.
ONTROL; Charley E. $139 00
LBS. ZEBRA 39c 29c
'. JOHNS AGENCY Asst. Sizes and Colors $2.99.


59 C" ...' &. CHEMICAL CO. 539 Phone E. Call 964-5745 Street 131 So. Walnut St.Phone9645070 .

.
ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!






SHOP w iggest Saving






Of The
Year
/ STARKE PLAZA

Open All Day Every Day

OtfARTMENT' STQRIS Fri.. Sat. until 7:00 P. M.



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:\ CPijK; i I I We Think A Lot About Service,,



Mr. and Mrs. John Shanbarger Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy and Local County admittances Hospital this to Bradford week- "
had Christmas
as day
+x474r
family were visiting relativesIn I;
, Stanwix-Hay guests Mr. and of Gainesville Mrs. Raymond Mr. Maple Lake Bridgeport and include Ronald: Griffls Mrs. ,Monteen Mrs. Emma Todd, I So You Won't Have To
West Union W. Va. during the
and Mrs. Melvin DIshman of holidays. Maybell Harris, William S. ... ... t
Baltimore Md., Mr. and Mrs. Haan. Mrs. Mary L. Smith,
Duane Mltzel and family of Seeber Forsyth, Richard L.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall R.
Lee Jr., A. W. Brown, Mrs. t
Starke Steve Orwig of
Chism and sons spent Dec. 27 t
Stewartstown, Pa., and Rev. Edna Sauve. Julius Marlow
to Jan. 1 visiting Albert Kruse II"
Bob Badgett and family of St. In Miami, George Kruse In Mrs. Arrle Browning Mrs. I-

Augustine. Jupiter, Dr. and Mrs. J. Henley rene Brooks of Starke and ;Mrs.Mrs.Ida Ethel Sue :::::::::::::::::."::...::.?:::::.:..::.::::.:.:..::..::.:.:.:.:..::'..::.":::.:..::.:.:.:..:::.:.:}::::.:.:i:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:..::.:.:..4..;.:..::.:.:..:.::.:. t
Franklin at Juno Beach, and
Miss Helen Jane Long as former of St. Edwards, Parrish and Mrs. Mary Tet-
pastor Brooker Mrs. Alice An- jillil'' IIIII1 Starke Chrysler-Plymouth is pleased
been In Las Vegas, Nev. fora Rev. John Skehan at Delray stone s ,
,
Miss Vicki Norman,
ders,
holiday stay with her sister Beach. They also \Islted the
Mrs. Dan M. Pater in. Lions Safari. Claude Hilliard and Mrs. Jo- to announce the Employment of ,
Capt. Pater is on assignmentin nell Griffls, Lawtey; and Mrs. 11i1i i A .f i i i 1
the South Atlantic with the Ethel Alldredge. Lake Butler.Lt. .IiiIl ,
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen I .... ....
USAF. attended the golden wedding anniversary ..:.:..:..:. fIIo ,... .:..:...:. t
Col. Al K. Carlisle retired i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett Frank Strickland of Mr.in and Wildwood Mrs. of Alburqueque, N. M., Mr. T. H Bigham

spent the Christmas weekend on Dec. 28. and Miss Audrey Carlisle of A n'rTRENDSETTERCotton t I (.tt I t
with Rev. and Mrs. Glen Law- Miami visited their mother,
hon in Mrs. Ruth Carlisle, over the 'P
Forest City. .
Miss Marilyn Hernwall of :::::::: t ,. :::::::
Washington, D. C. was home holidays. crochet \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrunkof knitted in an Intricate
for the holidays.
Starkville Miss were guestsof Kathy Melanie and Lex Green striped pattern gives a 1970 : I ; I.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scogginsthe Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brothersand ni of Gainesville spent the look to the pants outfit. The :
past week. son of Fairmont, Pa. are weekend with their grand- sleeveless vest and straight- I'j"'
Mr. and Mrs. Lex legged pants ensemble is a }
visiting Mrs. Brothers' par- parents Young Edwardian design by ::::i :.i:.;:.;:. ,
Green. ...
SP4 Smith of Fort De-
Barry
Mrs. M. L. Elder :: ...
and -
his ents, Mr. Arpeja. :::::::: :..:..:..:.
veilS Mass was visiting
for ten
parents Mr. and Mrs. X. M. days. Mrs. Betty Fromhagen and CARD OF THANKS t ;;; ;j m 1 H MH HHBI'Ml >WllBllaBB BBWl*>BaBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBO t

Smith over the holidays.Mrs. Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East and children Mrs.of Bobby Atlanta,Welch and Mr.and OUR HEARTFELT THANKSTO i i J '" i:ffi! Mr.. Bigham is a master mechanic with 25 j

II. M. Richarde spent Palatka spent with Mr.the New and Year Mrs. daughter of Crestview spent all who extended comforting t \ years Experience with Chrysler Products.
holidays sympathy and help In I oI t
sor
Thursday to Monday with Mr. Herbert Thomas at their campin the holidays with Dr. and Mrs. For :: our I .
O. L. Haynes Jr. row. the beautiful service
and Mrs. Lyle Buck in Pa-

latka.confined Little with the!Scott mumps.Buck was dren Mrs.the of Scrub.Mellis Ocala Other Smith and guests Dr.and DonaldL. were chil- daughter Mrs. E., Janet' M. Williams of Brunswick and The floral family offerings, we are of ,Arthur and deeply other Clark.grateful.kindnesses t :t1. Iii;;;;;;;;;;;;;;1iii;;;mmmmi;;;; iiimiiiimii; ; ; ;i l1::ii:;::::1\1\ 1 1 t

of Winter Park.
Chubb
of last week
Schaeffer Mr. and and Mrs.son of Charles Atlanta visitors Ga. were of Tuesday Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand CARD OF THANKS t Our Service Dept. is open Daily 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 and Saturday till Noon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby t
spent the weekend with Mr.,. friends. We wish to express our sincere

and Mrs. Felix Sapp. The Sapps visited Mardis and Mr.baby and son Mrs.in Larry Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- thanks, to Dr. Barry nurses .................. ."'.'......iC.;"'............... ... .... ...... .::. ... . . .,.
also had as Saturday visitors and:! staff of Bradford Coun- ,(0.---o.; :: : :: : : ::: :::::::::: ::::::::::;: ;:: ;: ."" ;" : : : ;
Mr, and Mrs. Loran Conner sonville on Monday. yer had a family dinner Sunday t t
excellentcare
ty Hospital for the
of Atlanta, who were enroute Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent for Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. on of our sister-in-law Mrs.
home from Miami. the weekend In North Carolina.Mr. her birthday. Helping to cele- CARS-I
George McManus in her long NEW
brate the occasion were Sen. t i2 I GREAT
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned and Mrs. Warren Wlnk- and Mrs. Tom Slade and Mr.and Illness.Manus.Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mc- t
John Whelchel
Mrs.
Sunday from two weeks visit ler and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome and
with her son-in-law and daughter Johns and their children were daughter of Jacksonville. L{
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Pat- In Glenville, N. C. Wednesdayto Col. and Mrs. V. J. Spenglerand 4
rick, in West Florida. Sunday. DensyQ and Diane Grooms family Mrs. Emma Bad- It I GRAN COUPE I !
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx and of Tampa spent the holidays man, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. VALIANT
Mark Hamilton, son of Mr. son, Terry, and Kurt Mori of with their uncle and aunt, Mr. Dukes and daughter were visiting I
and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Jacksonville spent Wednesdayto and Mrs. M. M. McRae. relatives In St. Augus- 2-DOOR HARD-TOP f
was recently elected president Sunday in Gatlinburg, N. C. tine on Sunday. FURY ,
of the U. of F. Upsilon Chapter Mrs. Esma Yongue and Mrs.
of Beta Alpha Psi, a national Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw Thelma 1 Dean of Fairfield are Mrs. E. T. Vestal is spending I I DUSTER II t
honorary accounting frater and family of Miami were Wed- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. this month in Honolulu with i
nity. He was secretary of the nesday to Saturday visitors of Caldwell this week. her son and daughter-in-law :-:
chapter last year. Mark will Mrs. F. J. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Neeld. I r; See 'Em Today J JK3 ;;
graduate with a major in Sgt. and Mrs.Robert L. Cooper t

accounting from U. of F.Schoolof Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns! and family of Auburn, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jockel :.:;.':::::::::::::::>:: ::::::*:::>:>:.:.:.:.x--w:::::::::::: :: ::':':::':::;:::':::;:::::;:::;:;:':':;;;:::'::;;:::':::':;:::':':':':':':-:::':;;;;::;;'-:::..;;;.;"::':''::':':..;,-:...'.;.:<<-:.:;;.;:;;.::;.;:-:;S;;}...........:..:.....;.....;..:.....".;..;..;..;......;..:,.....:-.....:..;..:..:-.:...y........"."..............:::.
Business Administration in and sons were In Gatlinburg, were last week visitors of Mr. and family spent the Christmas
June. day.Tenn. from Wednesday to Sun- and Mrs. C. L. Cooper.Mr. weekend in Gatlinburg, Tenn. I t

A1C Jlmmie Nelson Moore and Mrs. S. E. Branham Miss Jeanie Winey of Sum-
arrived home Tuesday after Mrs. R. F. Demorest spent of Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. merville, S. C., a sophomoreat t 1967 Oldsmobile 1966 Buick
a year's tour of duty in Vietnam the holidays with her son-in- Harold Branham over the week- the College of Charleston,
He will spend a 30 day law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. end. spent the past week with Mr. Delta Custom, 4 Door Hard-Top,
leave with his parents, Mr. and Paul Shupe, on Merritt Island. and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar I'ower-Steerincr, Brakes, Seals and Electra 2 l.I I Door Sedan, V-", Air tt
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper ,
I Tower Steei'n Urnkcs.
,
Mrs. Nelson Moore. Jr. and family. Windows, Air Condition, Stereo Condition :
Tape
Mrs. M. F. Brown was in visited Mrs. Ada Barber in and Windows, WSW Tires, TintedClass.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathewswere Ormond Beach over the holi- Cross City; and Mr. and Mrs. Player, ;Tinted Glass, WSW Tires,
in Folkston, Ga. Satur- days visiting Dr.and Mrs.Mar- James Cooper in Cheifland Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Denmarkwere V-8 Engine. .
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lowell cus Brown and family. Tuesday.Sgt. onl I in Gatlinburg, Tenn. sev- I '
Mathews. eral days last week. : $1695
Mrs. W. J.EpperbOnreturn Paul L. Miller returnedto $2295i :

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shields Sunday from a four day visit Homestead Air Force Base I. L. Balkom Carol Balkom, ****** "**
returned to their home in Dal- with her son-in-law and daughter. Monday after two weeks spent Tom Veariel and Jeane **
las, Texas Friday after ten Mr. and Mrs. William with his parents. Scnreider of Miami, Greg Bozeman i i i in

days visit with her parents, Whisenhunt Jr. in Los Angeles, Wewahitchka, KentSmlth I 1968 Chevrolet
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae. Calif. DPI Bobby Wiggins left Mon- and Linda Vaughn of Tampa I
day for his Command base In were visiting members of the 1963 Rambler !
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Mr. and Mrs. George Winkler San Diego, Calif. He had been Baptist Youth of Starke last } Impala 2 Door, Hard Trp, V-8
have returned from ten days and family and Mrs. E. A Winkler home on three weeks leave Tuesday to Saturday. The young 4 J), Station Wagon, Standard Automatic, Transmission, Kadio.. i :
visit with Mr. and Mrs.Charles spent last week in Gatlin- after two years' duty; Naples! folks had attended the Harmony Transmission' Cylinder. Heater,' WSW Tires.
Godfrey in Aiken S. C. and in burg, Tenn.J. Italy. Music Camp in August along
Fort Payne and Birmingham with the group from Starke. $ t tt
Ala. R. Illxon is seriously ill Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Turnip- While here they were house i $342 $1895
in the Gainesville VA Hospital. seed Jr. of Atlanta Ga. were guests of the homes of Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- Saturday overnight guests of Hardy, S. L. Peek Jr., 11. M.
son and family of Tallahassee Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Denmarkand Dr. and Mrs.ll. H. Adams.They Matcher Jr., J. D. Warren and
spent Thursday Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- were accompanied by Mrs.W.F. Bill McRae. I
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson mark attended funeral servicesin Herlong of Saluda, S. C., who :
and they all spent Sunday with Crescent City; Saturday for is remaining with Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins Is a patientin 1961 Plymouth I 1963 Valiant
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan in their brother-in-law, Joseph Adams indefinitely. the Gainesville Medical Cen- t }
Live Oak. Thomas. ter following an automobile accident -
2 Station,
Monday night In Gaines- Wagon, V-8 Engine,
ville. I Aulomntic Transmission, Radio, 11)oor t ) ] Sedan, 6 Cylinder, Standard
Heater. Heater Good Economical '
Transmission, ,
.
'. '. '. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underill 'franspnatlon.t .
of Indiatlantlc Beach and Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Walker III of t $235

CARPET CO. Fort Lauderdale spent the holi- $295
MAGIC days with their parents, Mr.and :
Mrs. J. Il. Moncrief. t KMHB 4MMaMi

373-1851 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore
Ave. Phone
105 W. University GAINESVILLE
have had as visitors. Benny
Cottle of Woodbine, Ga. last t 1963 Olds F-85 t
SALE! SALE! SALE! week; Mr. and Mrs. James 1961 Dodge
Praetor and Miss Winifred Cot-
1 Door Sedan, V-IJ "Engine., Auto.Transmission .
tle of Woodbine over the week- I Dart 4 Dorr Sedan. 6 Cylinder, Auto-
SPECIALS SPECIALS Air Condition, Radio
SPECIALS end; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mc- matlc Transmission, It Runs ( t
Velvet Cullough of Kingsland, Ga. and .Heater..
Extra Thick\ Thick\ Shag Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and

ACola. Plush Nylon family of GainesvIlLe on Sunday. t $88 $595
501 Nylon SAVE ..0 SAVE Blue,AvocadoiStiSr t

....us,L .ct8la/l/l. .. *. Dr. and Mrs. Wallace Dekle

.J495U $595 $595n of Gainesville of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday W. II. I I
1.. ... *. *.. guests

Nollman. :I 1966 Dodge !1965 Ford :


GIGANTIC SAVINGS SERVICE SCHEDULE! Dartt Door Sedan, 6 Cylinder, Fairlane, Door Sedan, G Cylinder,
Radio Heat- Automatic Transmission, Radio,
CATHOLIC CHURCHES Standard Transmission, ,
I er. Healer.X895 t
501 REMNANTS ST. EDWARD'S. SUrke:
Sunday Mass &'a.m. slid

3'x11'10"Gold...............................S 9.00 ':15 a.m.Monday. t $595
............
Avocado ............. S 80.00 t
12'.14'9" ....................S 47.0011'x1S'BIu.Gr..n Mass, 8:30
11'x10'4"Gold Tw..d a.m.
..
.........
3'l"xiriO"Whii. .............. $ 9.00 ...................
1'9"x11'5"Gold 1 ......... .5 12.SO Wednesday Macs, T A Ai.
............
........... .S 80.00S
...............
.. .......
..... S 96.003'1"x36'
Whit ............................... 36.00 12'x 18'Avocado Saturday Mass and No-
31"x15' Dork Gold ......................... S 13.95 I
............
.11'x1711' G.n Tone....... $ 95.00 ................... yeas 7 p.m.
1 S'x 16'5"Gold........ .. 104.00 1
3" 11".16'Gold Tweed ....................$ 28.00 .................. II : : S ALI MEN "
2'2"x9'3" Rd2'9"x15 ............ S 6.50 K'stone atoll :
ST. WILLIAM'S
................... 75.00 :
1S'x12'6"BluTwed $ 'Gold ................................. 5 17.00 .
.............. .. 9m.
5'2"x9'9"Salt& Pepper $ 18.9512'x ................. Sunday MAM I ;:= l
....
R.d ........... S 84.0024.9S
11'z 15'7"
........................ 69.00
...
12'8" Blue .... 3'8"x 12'Gr..n Shag ...................... S Wednesday Novena, 7 pjn. Ermie Jones -- e -- Jim Lawson -- Eston Jordan
15'x16'8"Gold ............................... 116.00 ,'
Open 9-7 \; 6'.12'Gr..n ............................:......S 35.00 ST. MARY'S.. Macclenny:
r.j 12'x 13'1"Gold ...............................S 68.00 .sanda, Mass 11.:...-a-m.. t I Don Williams-General' Manager I t
thru Sat 2'10"x12' ....................................... S 9.00 -
r._._..___._ 'f. 13'xl 8' B.ige ..................................5 96.00 """' wjStarke*:*?:*-;::: <<<-""'-
24 HRS .. 15'x7'5" Corn Tweed ...................... S 48.00
S FREE i /; 3'9"x7'3" Blu.Green ..................... S 11.50 THE BRADFORD t t
Shop at HomeService .. "; I2'xl2'5": ::Croon Tono ..................... S 68.00
,1.:.. I 5'9"x12' Green Tone....................... S 29.00 COUNTY TELEGRAPH
; "" \: 5'3"x12' Blu. ................................. S 23.00 ;
1 BHOP THE EAST _\ ,i 12'x9'9" Mint Green ....................... S 60.00 PublltJvsd: every Thursdayt Chrysler-Plymouth)
:
WAY .:: .-f-- Gold ................................. $ 14.00 138 W. Call Street
On*_tiMV-at It atallaM(MOM..* U*r*,.T-a>__;_; .-t-;;j12'.2'6" "Whit. ........................... S 10.50 Starke Florida 32091
B ....
24 alwa.bourn. a*a or day..... aaear INDOOR-OUT000R Second clan postage! paid t INC. t

""1 1 .eltiarHar. aao arill) oar eajl expert wlotkaaailral Cal 11 I 7'.4'3"R.d ....................................S 11.00 at Starke Florida. U.5. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA.
373.1851 "'.12'Orong.................................S 33.00 Sabscrlplloa Rates I AUTHORIZED DEALER 0 CHRYSLER ,
1 .. ..... N'*> I 5'11"x8'10"Gold..............-........... S 18.00 In trade area: $3.CO peryear t .
.MUattaaWMDO 3'x6't"Gld.................................. S 6.00 $2.75 six months. ,
1 .. { ..STU"WIIUSTONUKICITT .. HAWTMOHNIAUCMU 6'5"xS'4"Green .............-.............. S 10.00 Outside; trade area: $3.90 Phone 964-64I1n
I
1f- ...--....-...-p---- per year; $3.00 ,IX months 1 t
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Hitch Property Eyed By City .' HamiltonIs ..
S: ::;: - - -
--R
Oo) the c'ty' ::" :: --...-. - -
(Oontlrnnrt"" From PM tract submit:! by en- +l -

He said the library atone including gineers! Reynolds, Smith ft :; Chairman
>>
parking area, would require Hills replacing the old contract :: i at Home ear Y w .*. ?rl.

arounj 12,000 square feet' which\ was In effect! before the ::;: >> (Continued From Face aoeTrade Ml Cn'llyR8F PfIlIt
city vcted several months ago ij
'
Nolin said the committee: 14Ir'
to change engineers then reverses ,. Ruth Norman, courthouse cut
plans to visit several cities itself reemploylng R, :: todlans; Jack Trawlck, mo ---f1
which have recently built new quito control director, and W7'-------. _
S. & H. Only one minor changewas
facilities including Quincy. Incorporated in the new Frank Williams, county civil defense -
Clewlstan. and Klsslmmee. director. ,
contract.
Pu-na Discussed a letter from Travler's Z e' The new chairman asked -
: : Clerk Inman Green for list off .1
] Insurance C:). stating I I a
port Showing 104 arrests during! -
all present committees and
that generators at the power '
December, with fines and fore-
pint) are "loose on their found- will presumably announce new BUYING COINS
feitures totaling $2.143. atlns." It was: brought out in appol'tments shortly. 4.,20 TO 50
% x
The Chief sail that his department discussion th-.t this objection :.): Hamilton Is beginning his % OVER Face Value

no'h's seven menenrolled Jind been withdrawn except in fifth yew on the Commission, ry, DIMES. QUARTERS, HALVES, DOLLARS
In the Vocational: Cen-
renn-d to the No. S generator
1964 OR BEFORE .
for
!
ter police ofcer training
UT !er the minimum standards. which did need some attention NURSING EXAMINATION Also we will buy 1965 Halves Nickels 1959 on
according to representativeof Two area students in the
'hey will receive 203() hours of a before Cents 1951 or before.
Reynolds Smith & Hills! at- Nursing Department at Lake
polce! training 40 hours of first
\1TE
BUY SELL OR TRADE
City Junior
tending the meeting. This matter College have pass
aid twining! and: 40 hours of
would: be corrects:!, he sad.! ed the Florida State Board Ex-
breathalyzer training Fuqua 28 Ibs. of Cat! aminations BULLINGTON'S Starke
said. -Approved a pol'cv to send< for registered! : nurses w*
flowers to the families! of d- In 1969. according! to Miss! !
Phones.
In other action the Council: Day 964-7271 Night 964-6250 '
ceased city employees not exceeding Betty Webster, department di
-Received for study a new con- $25 cost in each This king size boh c,.t. weighing over 28 pounds and measuring rector

e{...........r. ,,"",rflrPmhv" _'.._.....eo,....,. ..__.__..u..._._....._,_case........._ three feet in length was killed near the railroad track between Sampson The local Undents *
< :';-jc *:>:*;';>;;;-;*:';*:;*;';;''; <;'-;*;>;*;'rtv'i ; : are Virginia p N Q t t .
and Rowell Lakes John and who Bradley : Yfi s + t
by Roy Morgan were squirrel Starke, and Vivo

DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home)} hunting at the time. T-e hors live with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ian Harth, Keystone Heights.

'J Morgan Jr., on Sampson Lake. :...f............... ,........................................_'

.* STARK | Wall Gets Insurance Bid 2 Drivers .
:
,
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS. and :.
P PHON$ 964-G200 j|
(Continued From Page One) Charged : LOAN ASSOCIATION : .

and Bradford doesn't. Bryan Norman: that an appraisal of Two drivers have been charged : .OF STARKE :
11f i KEYSTONE HEIGHTSPHONE 111 was toll that the Bradford Im- the Maude Wainwright Hess with failure! to have their .

f'- provement Committee! is work- property at Heilbronn! Springshas vehicles under control: 1 !by the : 395 West Madison Street Starke Florida : .
47.1-3176: 1 1 ing with architect Don Morganon not yet 1 been:: ma3:? in preparation Florida:: Highway Patrol after ..

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.. county and that the Commission chase so( the county can dig cuta In separate accidents
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r./ ,""* '\.,."." J' ,,' might be asked! to erect :
:.",, : drainage (ltch.? Norman said Willis E. T. Thojntoil. 56,
the signs when they are ready. the matter has been hangingfor Starke truck driver was hospitalized : After the close of business December 31. 1969 5

-Decided to take another trip 15 months. Yawn said: an- with Injuries receivedJan. .. :
fothr'K1vow through the old county courthouse other appraiser: would be found 2 at 5:30: a.m.'hen his
\ to see if there is any- If the Job! was not completed In 1966 Chevrolet went out of control : ASSETS :

thing before else deeding the county the building can:! use to two weeks, but that the man 1 and half hit mile! south of Highland :. Mortgage'Loans "_"__ _n..____. ._____ ____ $3,965,559.42All :s
hired has been busy on the : a telephone pole.

A FURNITURE ;., .. the Board of Public Instruction( right-of-way on SR-16. Thornton was released from : Other Loans __' ._.. _____ ._ ______ u._. ._ _____ 15,141.56 :
Bryan suggested moving the -Pal2:! $369 in attorney fees the Bradford County Hospital

;: historical! highway sign to the for court: appointed! representation Jan. 4.TraveUng. S Cash on Hand and in Banks .__. .._ .__. 64,009.66 :
; new building:! and.Commissioner! In indigent! cases, but about 65 mph, according -
ri By BILL WILSON If !!+;- Dav> Shufo-d said: there is a Commissioner: Bryan: questioned to the report cf FlIP 5 Investments and Securities ._.. __. ___ ___ ____ 356,547.55 :
A : market for the seats in the old why such cases were not Trooper Carson Turlington.T1omton's ,
i 1 DUAL PURPOSE PIECES i b, courtroom. Bryan also said handled through the public cefendel"s car ran onto the : Fixed Assets Less Depreciation.. ___. __ _.._____ _____ 108,099.99 5
any old spitoons: can be sold as shoulder:! and weaved and .
the back
office. Bryan said -
antiq:les. S Deferred Charges and Other Assets .. ____. ___ __ 35,3<>5.44 .
f forth
# CAME FROM COLONISTS r county has Increased Its appropriation across the highway for a .

,H :t -Bryan said his committee has to the public!: :defenderto total of P57 feet before stopping S TOTAL ASSETS ...____ __ ... .__ .n_ ._ .___ $4,544,713.62J.1ABILIT1ES :
''... not been able to find a copying take care cf such instances! when it struck the telephone .
". ;1 machine that will da( a satis- and Is now being forced:! to go
J.'+a 'I"I oda I .) cilicir i -u n \ j|>.ii.t incutliae I nothing I ''Ifi'r factory pole.Thornton : AND NET WORTH
: Job on the old record beyond Its budget to( pay such : was taken to the :
,. .'_ on -inill aldn-. the. e.irlv! >ettlor calledIionip J: : bosks which have black pages hosoital by

tt:: Big/ pioneer families'p| Hill alein with reverse type. Another fees. Cecil; Lavern a passing Pressley.motorist.! 21, S Savings Accounts O' ._ n_ _n. .. .._____ ._ _____.._ $3,749,254.83 :

!.t one room no larger! : fSr.' manufacturer has been con- Stavke. and a passenger both : Advances from Federal Home Loan flank _. ____ __ 500,000.00 s
than. l 1'1',1..1"f ,,:! tacted, he said, ani is supposed Board Ouits escaped: Injury: New Year's Day

.F'' nook, 'i to be present at the next when Pressley lost t control of S Loans in Process __ ._ ____ __- _________ ..145,016.49 :
i.. meeting Night his ]1964 Ford! .4 miles south of

'> .,, ( J'i4. Covington( MeetingsContinued Starke on US-301. The vehicleleft : Other Liabilities __. ..___ ____ __. .._.. -. ____ 35,887.41 s
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:.t: the road and .
turned
111100ii' Y over.
> li.iinl '"l'ol.ILly OIIKpoor| XTi. decides which persons qualifyas ( From Pace One) Damages hero estimated at : General Reserves __ ___ ___ 65111.41 :

,+ in IIOIM| a held. ) Ia tunic| .si. J...,.; indigents: for free hospital Norman, also: a duPont em- $300(( by FlIP Trooper R. W. Surplus _____ q .,, __u. __ 49,443.48 $114.354.89: : S
;\'.' service paid by county. Bry- ployee, would:: not have to go Pace, : .
&I. \-vooil i lioDpin! /!. !liI I"J. an brought the matter up ani: to work then return Immedia-
nS. I enr-d t I" 11. i I. u i (pnJL'gnijj :if'" sail/ hewould like! to pursue tely to Siarke for a meeting JacksonvilleBusiness : TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH $4,544,713.62 .: .

5?' : hci' -thrrt t {\ further to find out from Dr. Original Idea of the mid- e,
lp __
r "a-n't t enough elbow Covington just what the qualifications month night meeting was to allow ...395.
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room and decided to .i'. I are. members of the public! who .
Hutch tablechairTlun .. + .t .
p Jot J oiuething( ahoutit. I .,.!;. Instructed the clerk to call work an opportunity to meet ."
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f, :So: \.e hu\e tlie ; ; Contractor Ernest Triest after with the Board."I .
'.C4.,.
:' 11 It 1 tchablechair/ i Commissioner Buck Norman reported thought the Idea: was to .' .

fc. -en ill a dual .1.* uinuhair and : that the temperature in :have people wo han't come In .
=lit' : dining( tdhle'iew( : purpo-c adaptdtioninrludo toi-- '5''r.,r Jud!?> Patten's offce: Monday the d!>y," Commissioner Buck: Directory) i : I
: morning would go no higher Norman stated "But nobody .
> ;f age space underneath. 1.;. ,r+
; than 65 degrees The board comes! Commissioner! Dave .
S 'r 35
.c""".: asked that cperatlon of the Shuford pointed! out. luto Sales and Service t .
Iif. "
Badcock .":1.f heating system be checked:! in: I
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every office.
f Parrish MotorsSALES .
'.. -Was told by Mrs. Darby that Services Held i ,
the elevator hes;l been adjustedas ,.
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.FU-RNITURE and APPLIANCES much as possible and now For Edwin SMith, .. 1S
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) ..r works satisfactorily SERVICE WLVO (
City EmployeeEdwin $pVINGggNI.
::I'. t PARTS
&?e*.,.. ,, 1i1';" ':"' ""Ji.q LI&!'ot,"" -Was told !by Attorney: Yawn, .
l' >J'>l'o !.!:"'t; :-'It"f':: .. .w..wf tMTIIfi1I' in qUl"s!lon'n1.by Commissioner I.' r.y 41

Smith, 53, a long time Always Good Used Cars _ _ _ (
of Starke ,
employe of the City ,
died Monday In a local hos- all Laura St. Fh. 356-5654'

ThewholeSunshine pital after a short illness. DIRECTORS
Mr. Smith was born April 10,
1916 In Bradford County and F.T.F.rTRTr10TOn; DOYLE CONNER N
had lived here all of his life, Florid Comm. of Agriculture

being employed by the city for :' 8. O. DENMARK
more than 20 years. lie wasa PEAVY Brothers Owner Denmark Furniture Co. .I 9qN ;

Service Team Baptist member Church.of the Kingsley Lake Electric Co., : RUBY JOHNS CE COA4IiaDepreneur 0 s

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Surviving are his wife, Mrs : :\
Electric Motors
Dell Davis Smith, of Starke; : EUGENE L. MATTHEWS Accounts Now Insured ,
one sister, Mrs Ethel Redd, Sold Serviced Repaired Owner-Publisher,

is back the Jacksonville; two step-bro- Generators Starters. Armature Bradford County Telegraph Up To $20 ODD. 00 i.
on job thers, Leo and Roy :Miller; 'Rewinding. : ,
two stepsistersIrs.: :Marie J 401t.Tenox Jax. 387-2528, BASCOM F. MIZELL. JR. r
Medley and :Mrs. Gladys Mc- -. : Managing Officer-First Federal CERTIFICATE EARNINGS

Cullough; and his step-mother, PIANOS S C. A ROBERTS
build Florida. :Mrs. Etta Smith, all of Jack- Businessman Farmer NOW PAYABLE OR
helping
sonville.
Funeral services were heldat YAMAHA PIANOS : A. J. THOMAS, JR. COMPOUNDEDQUARTERLY
CONN and KIMDALLORGANS S
Attorney
1 p.m. Thursday in the Con-
gregational Methodist Church : JOHN A. TORODE

near Starke with Rev. C. II, : Owner, Toroda Oil Co.OFFICERS .
Rhoden and Rev. Donald Wil- tiS
tMs lis officiating. Interment was : .

in Jacksonville :Memory Gar- S /
-I $ dens with DeWitt C. Jones 4. Passbook Sa\'in2s.5O Per Annum S.
'- Funeral Home in charge of : A. J. THOUAS.m.: .
arrangements. : Chairman of the Board Dividends (Interest Quarterly 5

i I 1 f I Pallbearers were Oscar Davis S BASCOM F. MIZELL. JR. V
( S. R. Hicks, C. A. Parham, : President and Manager f
Carl Hurst, :Merrill E. Ed- KIM.BALL "SWINGER": 5 2 501.
: Certificates Per Annum :
wards, and Tommy Edwards. : JOHN A. TORODE ;
ORGANS : Vke President and Treasurer .;
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Six Month Maturities$5.00f .U .
SEE RUBY JOHNS
1 ,1.1a SecretaryEMPLOYEES : ; > Minimum I Earnings Quarterly I
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:
aint..reopleYESTERN
1 \ STORE .
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Moore &L : ai C -
LITTLE DUDE
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( AINTSCENTRAL : (other than manager) FREE GIFT

-- Western Store S CHERYL McRAE. .'
PAINTSTORES Save $200 and The I
: CAROLYN MCNG or more get

INC. Western Clothing Leather-, LORA GLISSON F 1961 Mint Set of Coins. (The I F w

goods, Saddle and Trailer : JUDY BROWN R.I Last Silver Coins Minted) R
436 NW. 13th snm'Charles: & ShAron Petty A Real Collectors Item I
I", 1 : E :
.I" ..iJjMNESVILLtPHONE 901 S. Edrewood Mi-UlO I Limit One To An Account E
37e-tae' : A T TOR N E Y S E I: (And a maximum of Three to I E

: THOMAS PIERCE any customer owning more than ;
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i I one account)
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All around the clock\ all through our on the move Planning and building W & D TR-ACTOR'-S'llES i Maintenance a WHILE THEY LAST: I ISHEA

service area our whole team i is back. the! facilities! that will serve you in the 9.
I LEE WILLIAMS
on the job together again. And we're great years! to come.
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;Box 75 LaCrosse. Fin. Ph. Alaehua.4622628OLIVER ;
glad, as we know you are too.
It's n bin job. And we'll all be workingtogether 1 TRACTORS'

With Florida growing BO fastespecially on it for you every man 10' DIFFERENT SIZES

in the areas we serve and woman at FPL. Implements Sidewinder Mpwtria, -
there's plenty of work to do. Keepingyou : Transplanters. Cole PUattriiJpf" J

supplied with the power that serves! Now, you'll; excuse us, we'll get on Combine and Hay Equipment L S

your comfort and convenience at with our job. Helping build Florida .

home. Keeping industry and commerce it's a lot more than a slogan to us. 1 Blue Ezee F.2w.! and Others SAVINGS -D LOAN ASSOCIATION i :

"" '" 1'nf.Ton., REPAIRS ALUMAJiES MODELS
on J tAAJPe
F=1=J1l..: +l rn.Rft A-M0/111 7 .

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Florida is starting tile new Additional information: Concerning .............. S 0 rtS ; t
year with several new laws on permits for transportation P
the books, effecting January 1, of livestock on Florida! '
dealing with illegal drug sales, highways was received:: : Monday:!
civil rights for ex-prisoners, by the office of County Agent
i. and harrasslng telephone calls. G. T. Husrzin Car !
All were passed by the 1969 Huggins said: his office was
session of the State Legislature.Also Informed that farmers or cattlemen year
becoming law was the for the time being,
sweeping anti-nepotism bill could: continue transportingtheir
which prohibits any state or own cattle without a certificate -
-- county official or employe from : of any kind. Eventually (DO IT WHILE YOU'RE YOUNG)
Don Faircloth hiring or promoting a relative they will be asked to have
within his agency in the a certificate! stating they are
future. ; producers transporting their
is
Now the statute books
Products on
Denny own stock. The certificate! ct.nbe
a law which makes it a mis- Chester Blakemore (left) Executive Director of obtained later without cost
Buys Bradford demeanor to make a harass-obscene the Department of General Services Tallahassee, from the Division of Animal
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ing, threatening or
telephone call. Previously, the this week inspected facilities of the Division of Husbandry in Tallahassee.
Engineering Co. law covered only obscene calls. Federal Surplus Property at Starke. Commercial; haulers of live
One target of the new law Equipment being shqwn above by Director R. stock will be the only ones re.
are persons who, without usIng C. Covington Is Data Processing (Recorders-Re- quired: to have a permit ani:
Bradford: Entfnssrlnjr Co.. a tag for their: truck the county
local firm coaling In concrete obscenity, call wives and producers) available for transfer to eligible donees. agent was informed
of Florida servicemen
blocks and other related pro parents including schools universities, colleges, hospitals..
in Vietnam and either threaten MUSTANG MACH I
ducts, has ben purchased by them or harrass them with health units, libraries and Civil Defense' units.
Denny Concrete Products Co., erroneous information.The :.Mr. Rlakemore received first hand Information
MoviesA
ot':Gainesville under: tae, and Denny will name be operated -, the sale of illegal drugs is on the tremendous savings donees are able to make The Sportiest Ones at
target of another new law. the Federallo..
receiving through
It'Vas announced: this week. Under the by property
one measure penalty -
:Jrhe: business, which has op. for sale of drugs to per- nation Program. double feature is sched- The Sportiest PricesON
crated In Starke for 24 years sons under 21 can be 10 years uled for the Florida Theatre .
was purchased: from the owner, and a fine of$10,000 upon first this Friday and Saturday. DISPLAY ATTERWILLEGAR
J.'M. Edwards Sr. Charles H. conviction, and a second con- Rotary Talk Stresses Importance "Welcome Marlowe: Coun-
Denny III, is president of Den- viction carries a mandatory try" stars James Garner and MUSTANG GRANDE
lyConcrete, and J. N. Anderson minimum of five years Imprisonment Gayle Hunnicutt and is suggested -
isjvlce: : president of the firm. and a $10,000 fine. Sus- Of Planning For Growth In 70's"What for mature audiences. The
Manager of the Starke plant pension or probation for the second feature "The Fastest
will be Don Faircloth who: is convicted person is forbidden. Guitar Alive" stars Roy Orbl-!
presently living In Gainesville/ Another new law makes It wiIftMOTORS
but plans to move b S'arke in illegal for anyone to possess, kinc': of town do you anv group in Srarfce that mightb son.A double bill is also set for
the fu.u:,!. control, sell or deliver any device want in 1980?" was ihe provocative ; interested:! in getting a comprehensive the Florida Sunday, :\Iondayand
The company plans expanded with the intent to use it : question: asked by Jacksonville :: : plan adopted. He Tuesday. "The Best House in
services in Starke and will car- for unlawful administration of Councilman Don Mac- said thai Federal grants were London" with David Hemmings THUNDERBIRD
ry a complete line of sand narcotics or dangerous drugs. Lean in n talc'! at the Starke available l t> communities! for and Joanna Pettet is rated X, HARDTOP
Ro-wry Club Weinesiay.:! : and Antonloni's "Blow-Up,"
rock blocks: and cocrete.Tnt.flve planning: programs; and: suggested
and exprisonerswill
Prisoners The importance of involvingcUlier.s Carlo Production in
rea-y-mix trucks : that action: along: this a Ponti
are available to serve customers now be able to have their : cf the community in line cull: be initialed: by the color, stars Vanessa Redgrave.It ---
c-1 the company at all times civil rights restored through planning! for the future was city council or the county com is rated for mature aud- --rr
more streamlined procedures. stressei I by the speaker who mission.! iences.
Instead of a prisoner havingto said! tha city and county:: officials The speaker;) was introduced "The Lost :Man"and"A Fist-
apply for restoration of his ful of Dollars" the 7
must! have ihs courage to by Charles J. Sawyer who had playa at
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. civil rights, as in the past, the make decisions that mljht! be charge of the 301 Drive-in Friday, Saturdayand '_
File Folders, complete line office Florida Probation and Parole politically unpopular in order! program. Sunday. "The Lost :Man," -If--
iuppUe -The Telegraph Commission may now submita to get! the Job done. L'niversal's Intense drama in w -
PlLo. IM-6305. list of all those eligible for MacLenn< said that S'arke Sen. Bob Saunders Technicolor and Panavislon, COBRA
such restoration. will share! :in the tremendous stars Sidney Polder and Jo-
growth: projected: for the ,Jacksonville To Visit Jan. 20 anna ShImkus Is suggested for
"A Fistfulof Get "Lively" Car at Savings that
: area during the fecade mature audiences. a
of the TO's. and urged that; a Sen. Bab Saunders. District Dollars" with Clint East- ..
wood is in Technicolor It is R J You Ahead in FORD All the !
BRADFORD (
PECANS put a
start b? made: :! no'on a comprehensive 7. will\ be present at the Bradford also rated :M. 1 ..:. way
: plan: for the futurein County Courthouse at 9:30: J VISIT OUR PERFORMANCE CORNER
FOR SALE :order to avoid expensive a.m. Jan. 20 on his monthly .... r to-'
mistakes brought on by hap- vllta.bn scheule! pledged in .J
hazard irc'\'.h. his campaign.Sen. Works Both Ways ::., .
He slid: that JacksonMlle: had Saunters, who repre-
Shelled and Unshelled done! a tremendous: jb of planning sents Bradford. Dixie, Gilchrist, "A man changes! a job at TERWILLEGARMOTORS t
!in spite of the 1 l-.ertia! Lafayette, and: Levy Counties. least as often as a job changesa
WHOLESALE & RETAIL apathy and obstructionism! : : will be available in the court man."-:Norman G, Shidle.
that usually opposes!:; uuch:: effor's house to talk ta members of Society Automotive Engineers ,
Starke: State Farmers Market in any cc:nu:nntty'. He offered the general public on legislative Journal rtJ
the cooperation of the matters. "I oO SO "-">Ci
Jacksnville Plar.nini Council! to

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"i .:". u.I: : J1'i ir Has Purchased The Entire Plant And Equipment Facilities Of .:


:r i OVER Bradford Enginering Company, Effective January 1, 1970. :


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: :: WITH OUR COMBINED PLANTS OF GAINESVILLE, PALATKA AND .

.., STARKE WE WILL BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU BETTER SERVICE .

; ,' Ready-Mix Trucks To BETTER QUALITY AND A MORE COMPLETE LINE OF :.


: t Serve You When You CONCRETE BLOCK AND BRICKS :


: SAND ROCK CEMENT MORTAR MIX EXPANSION JOINT :
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: Save time, work and money on con AND ALL TYPES OF CONCRETE PRODUCTSysAWAttvsssss :

struction projects. We'll deliver the .

right concrete mix right to job .
at the right price. your >f.J:: :::: : ::: : *&*;:. :..:.?? .:ofllair.J:4r: : ;.: rerr:: ..:....',,..::.o.: :: /#;(::-:::::::::,:;':::-.;:::-.: ::f:6:: ::,:::::::::. -:,:,:,:,:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 .

i We are proud of our facilities in Starke and want -.. --. .

:- you to call on us for your every need in concrete and f .

o st allied Products. '11:j -. :

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To The Sight 303 N. Cherry St. Starke, We Save You Both .


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In Florida Star ContestTornadoes

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( Tame Tigers 6255.Driving


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i and shooting David points. Two straight Murphey outstanding Job." was Coach -""
McKnlght put Tornado basket baskets, one a long set shot Sexton's comment. Graudons
bailers ahead of Lake City; 54- from out front and the othera led! BITS rebounding with 10.(
+ 53 with 3:50 left In a Florida lay up, brought the fighting The Tornadoes hit 14 of 18

-fry. Star Conference basketball Tornadoes within one point,42- free throws and Lake City 15 r-- s; .: ,
Er game here Tuesday night and 41. of the Tigers. of 24. BITS shot 35 per cent .
r led BHS to Its fourth win. Then Graudons came on to from the field, sinking 24 of _

McKnIght scored 28 points tie It 43-43 and Graudon put 69 field goals attempted. t t.f

In the BHS ahead 45-43. .
his career high leading
Dean Johns replaced Christy -
Tornadoes 62-55 over the Tigers ry
; Chandler in the back court Lake City had four men scoring J f
In a contest that was nip
and hit 11 points and got seven In double figures. Mc-
and tuck all the It gives s
way. led with 15, Dortch had
rebounds. He received high Elhaney
five
Sexton's
Coach Mike
a
praise from Coach Sexton forMs 13, Grafton Purdy 12, and Bobby
4-3 overall record and an unblemished
effort. Houston 11. The big Tigers led
3-0 mark In con-
Greg Riherd came off the in rebounding. LV.
ference play. .
bench In the third period when .
r "We played together as a Murphey was in foul trouble scoring summary
team for a whole game for and stuck close to Lake City BI-IS 17 13 15 17 62 _
r xt first time this season," said playmaker Frank McElhaney, LC 185 10 12 55
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Coach Sexton, who saw his team the leading Tiger scorer with 4'Ic
r play without two starters and 15 points. Riherd fouled three BHS- McKnIght 12-4-28, Grau- ir
t U break a two-game losing streak. times, but "really did a job," dons 3-4-10, Murphey 2-0-4, ,
r{ "We had a complete effort Coach Sexton said. Graudon 21.7, Rlherd 1-0-2,
"s e
as rs out of everybody," Sexton said. Fred Graudon not only scored Johns 3511. Totals 24-14-62.
t l The Tornadoes started slow- that vital basket but came
rs. ly and were down 10-3 at one through for seven big rebounds LCDortch 5-3-13, Purdy 6-
r point in the first period. Lake in tall company with Lake City's 0-12, Parnell 0-4-4, McElhaney -
City led by one point, 18-17, 6-7 Gerald Parnell and 6-5 5-5-15, Houston 4311. Totals t
after the first period and 33- Steve Dortch. Graudon playedthe 201555.
30 at the half. entire game; he had been
But Sexton's smaller Torna- splitting duties with Tom Prison EJTlo1nw'e
does kept scrapping away and Marks.
finally caught the Tigers with Mark Graudons, though ham- Arrested At
30 seconds left In the third pered with the flu, defended
period when Freddie Graudon against the 6-7 Parnell, holdIng Lake ButlerRobert
rebounded for a lay up and a him to four points. "An
Brice, of Lawtey, a
45-43 BUS edge. correctional officer employedat ... and like this.
if'11 Lake City deadlocked the
Hunters RemindedOf the State Prison Reception J
at 49-all midway the
game fourth 51-50 and period 53-52.and went ahead Closing Dates Center arrested, Lake for "unlawful Butler, has removalof been STOP ft t WINTER DRAFTS

communications from state
Then came McKnIght.Runningand Sportsmen are reminded by Transparent Plastic
shooting from everywherehe the Game and Fresh Water prison.Union County Sheriff John / STORM KITS
I scored three straight bas- Fish Commission that the sea- Whitehead said that Brice has
kets, on a jumper and the other son for hunting deer, turkey bondin rII -
$500
David McKnight scored 28 points in BIIS's win over Lake City. lie scored two on driving layups, to give and bear closed on January 4, been connection placed under with a the case. f rnwr

them like this..... BUS a 58-53 lead with two except In northwest Florida which includes the alleged removal II- I 1' ni
minutes left In the game. where hunting will continue of an uncensored letter I !af

Here McKnlght's 28 points led through January 18. from the prison at Raiford. STORM WINDOW KIT 39?
Set }
Game the Tornadoes and is the top
Big Cage The season for hunting squir- Regulations state that all com-
scoring job by any Tornadothis Kit consists of 36" x 72" tough plastic
rel and will continue
quail
munications must through
pass 1 .
The senior sheet, 18 ft fibre moulding and nails.
wing-
season. through February 22, exceptin prescribed prison authorities.
man, who is also a good ball northwest Florida where the According to Whitehead, pri- STORM DOOR KIT 49?.
Tommorrow With Live OakBradford handler, had three fouls at the quail and squirrel season will son authorities worked on the I ''I ENe ALLY Kit consists of 36' x 84" tough plastic
half and didn't score a pointIn remain open through March 1. case for more than two weeks H or sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails.
the third period as he kept The statewide hunting of duck before the arrest. The com- r t,y w.M. At Hardware 4 Lumber Dealers Everywhere
basketballers will averaging close to 20 points remainder of the season minus out of trouble.
play host to undefeated Live per game for the Bulldogs.Two two starters, Tom Marks But he scored 11 points in on and coot January will end 12, at but sundown will be plaint against McLendon Brice was, prison signedby : Ctve.no Warp Brot.60651 Pien.....,.B..'In.......19J4,,''co
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Jan. 9, a Florida Star Confer- averaging around 15 points per the team. They were the only periods when the team total was scaup hunting season in speci- investigator. ,
ence which Is the most important game, Coach Sexton says. two Negro players on the varsity 17 points per quarter. fied areas. The special scaup
the Tornadoes have Next Tuesday, Jan. 13, the cage team. McKnIght was the difference season January 16 and
played this season.A Tornadoes will host Green Cove "We'll just prepare to go in the first period when he made continues opens through January 31. 1
win would give the Tor- Springs, the team that whipped without them," Coach Sexton five straight field goals, sand- Snipe hunting will close at ALONE
nadoes a perfect 4-0 recordIn them 57-45 in the season opener. says. The two were absent wiched around two free throwsby sundown on January 15, and
the Florida Star and the BHS will be looking to Tuesday for the Lake City game, Dean Johns, to put BUS In woodcock hunting will close at
loop lead. Both Live Oak and redeem themselves, Sexton but Sexton said his boys turnedIn the ball game. aln.lnM .laminrv ffl
BUS are currently 3-0 in the says, and Green Cove has been their top team perfomanceof Playing with the flu, Mark .
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.- -, a Dig row of bottles of soda wa been 26 years since I start- ipenses In Florida's medicaid BKKDiNO!: > hl. wife Ina Proof of Publication enow-
ter. They are in quart bottles.If ed this column. It was Jan- Medicaid AvailableTo program. NOTICE Inv that this Notice has beenaon..cutlyd

anyone should try to hold him uary 1944. No matter whereI Low Income The program 'was: approved EDWARD TO: OUADYa JOSEPH JOUttMAN ALAKKERO .once weeke.a .h. matter tour-
Community up I plan to bang them one with lived I have continued to write last week by the V S. You are notltled that the ,lof approval of the report, the
a bottle. Whoopeel! Let It and keep in touch with my beloved FloridiansAbout Department above-named Petitioner CHAR. ordering of distribution of the
of Health, Education, and LIE RALPH UUfciOiNU! : and Batate and the final discharge
I snow, I love it. children. I had a beau- Welfare after LOW '1'. BEED1MU. Ilia wlf > of Charles M. Schmltt o* Stark*.
I do not have to take my pup"Orphie" tiful Christmas card from my 311.000 low Income a long( struggle bav. tiled a Petition In th. Florida as Administrator will
to get it going in Florida. above .tyl.d Court for th. adoption com before the Court.
: walking on a leash boy Westerberry Griffls who Floridians ere .now eligible to( of the minor child n.m.dIn Charles M. Schmitt
1 now' for exercise. I just open now bas the funeral home in receive: payments) for hospitalization that Petition and you ar. CHARLES M. elflTEs as Administrator
I door and out Park. Pictures of James Bax Secretary of the commanded to b. and appear In of t ate of
I. News the back garage Orange and other medical ex. ( that Court on February 11. U10, SADIE O. MORRIS deceased.
I he goes leaping in the snow. my dear boy Marklee Johns' Department of Health and Rehabilitative and. to show why the Petition tz"13 4t 1.1
I Ha! lie takes big bites of orphan children. His girl teaspoon vanilla; beaten eggs, Services, explain. hould not b. granted may be; entered otherwise _D__wl 1 e
I the snow. and since the snow Debbie is attending Tift Col- 1/2 cup broken nut meats. Mix ed that there are about 311.000 agalnat a Judgment you granting. the ad"ptIon. In. The Clrrelt Court. Bl.h'hJedtelnl
My Elizabeth Givens Walker Is very deep he takes big leaps lege up in Georgia. I have good and put in greased baking persons eligible for medicaid hand and the eeat Circuit llradford Of Florida'County Ia
until he has a path. I go back their picture. Two boys and a dish and brown. Now cover most of them welfare recipi. of Wltne.the Court my at Starke Brads And For CIVIL; ACTION;
- .- - .- inside and let him have fun. girl. Sweet note and cards from the top with marshmallows let ents. But only a third of ''them ford County. Florida thl IItb Case N.., 6TS
RECREATION NEWS Volunteer help is needed.For I fixed our breakfast morn- Mrs. Floyd Johns, my beau- brown, ready to serve. are expected to use' tha pro- day WAW: of December 1955. Petition Plaintiff Of-,0.Darrell- Roy Edward Lester Davin Holland J
There will be a basketball. information call 964-6683. ing scrambled eggs and toast. tiful Louise, assuring me of gram In its first six months of inman D. Green Defendant.
game Saturday night, Jan. 10. Yesterday I had pancakes. He Love. HELPFUL HINTS. Try put- operation. He said the federal Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hotter Of Mult-N Holland Property!
The Hawks and Jr. Hawks vs CHURCH NEWSEBENEZER likes what I eat. Then I call From my grandson Fred's ting a pinch of sugar in your government. will pay 64 per cent By Beulah Clerk M. MoodyDeputy To You: Are Roy Hereby Edward Notified that
Falcons and Jr. Falcons at BAPTIST to him and he comes in panting wife and Club I received a big scrambled eggs.. of the total $33.3 million cost Eugene F. Shaw an action for Adoption has been
7:30: In RJE Gym. All basket- CHURCH I love dog, basket of fruit and nuts, from It 142 West Call Street filed. against you and you are
Rev. Leroy Davis and happy. my So another year is gone. of medlcald in Florida. Starker Florida required to serve a copy or
ball fans are invited to attend. pastor. Sunday School, 9:45, now a year old. Florida trees. My church sent Is such a privilege to live in Attorney for Petitioner your written defenwos. H ,any to,
Mr. Jackson Is asking all and conclude with BTU at 5 My one happy time now is me a basket also and a neighbor the greatest Nation in the 11.18 <( 1> It. on name the plaintiffs and addrens attorney le Hon

parents, educators, and inter- p.m Bible Study each Tues- my early morning devotionals. down the street. Also world. Even our poorest are Medicaid provides up to 45! -".01..'. Court arable. Oe""lril H. Pierce. P. O.
ested citizens to continue giving day night at 7. Prayer Meet- I have them for an hour after candy and fruit cake from wealthy compared to peopleof days of hospitalization a year, !Bradford The County County.; Florida. la Drawer 10JO.the Starke.Florlda.original with' the
cooperation in all activitiesfor ing each Thursday night at 7. breakfast, dished done and bed others. So not so bad to be old China, India, some of South $100 worth of outpatient, ser. *7nbKe'N'E.late,. SADIE O. and file court
the betterment of the recreation Senior Choir rehearsal Wed- made. I sing hymns and read and weak if one is remembered. America, and Africia. Cod vices. $50 In laboratory and x- MORRIS: Deceased" of obeforen.1ann.rYy15. may. 1970s be
program. nesday night, Jan. 14. All Choir the Bible aloud and boolkets that Whoopee! has blessed us greatly. Let ray cervices nursing: home Notice Of Final Report\ And Application entered otherwise against a judgement you for the relief -
He is grateful to Supt, assistant members are asked to pleasebe guide me Lastly I read 5 us Vead the Bible and grow care, and $20 worth of prescribed To All For DlechargeNotice Concerns demanded In the complaint
supt., and local citi- present and on time. Psalms and 1 chapter of Prov- SWEET POTATO POMIE. closer to the Master in this drugs a year for poor people. la givenalth Charlee rWltn.tL.nmy hand and the w.l
zens for the splendid cooperation Regular Church service will erbs. Billy Graham says to do ( A friend here) Cook with New Year and be thankful and M. Schmltt.Administrator of Staxke of the, Florida abovetyled of eald Court on December 11.
given in the Homecoming be held January IS beginningwith that. 'At Clay Hill for morn- skins on until Soft 6 or 8 happy. To be happy one MUSTbe In The Clrcal Court Of Thebl0h ae Jiatale: has completed Me 1989.SEAL
parade. Sunday School at 9:45. ing exercises I used to read a sweet potatoes. Peel and mash thankful, and learn to pray. City League basketball is in Morning service at 10:45 with HAPPY NEW YEAR! IB And Fur,. liriiiKord,. ,. County. this Court Its Final Report Ae Clerk of paid CD..tBy
Psalm and we repeated theLord's with a nice bit of butter. Now Florida. t;... Au.1n Application for Discharge. Objections. M. MoodyA
its second week of play. The the Senior Choir renderingmu- Prayer and gave the add 1/2 tsp. salt, 1/2 cup brown God Bless You Every One, lie: Petition lOt CHARLIE If any ahould be duly fll- a Deputy Beulnh Clerk
games are being played every sic. BTU each Sunday at 5 salute to the flag. Now it has sugar; 1/2 cup white sugar; 1 LOVE, LUEA. RA1.1'li BEbI.H'OU: and LAJUA '1'. filed with this Court. After ; ,,.? u 1.15
Saturday morning at 9 a.m. p.m. Service will begin on the .
in the RJE gym. 18th immediately after BTU.
MT. PISGAH AME CHURCH,
NAACP MEETING Rev. George Young pastor.
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It's live and let live and !the
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Palatka Is In need of donations.

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.;County )Extension During .!the summer their
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YOUR RESPONSIBILITIESAS sponsibllities. When we assume otherwiSe. will be appreciated

A CONSUMERIn our responsibilities we save and long remembered'

spite of what we've been seeingon it. Thus 38 per cent of all Americanssay CENSUr order to be better consumers ourselves money by eliminating For more information call

television and reading in news- this country is a worse place to live : ne 1970 we must be better in- unnecessary cost to the 473-3113 or mall your donations
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virtues and values are still deeply 14 per cent see a decline in their would deliberately add to the more pleasant place to shop! -Willie Lee Geiger

rooted on the American scene. own neighborhoods. Similarly, crimeis cost of merchandise that he Theressa Fla.Chamber.
cited as the most urgent domestic purchases. Yet by committing READ THE LABEL

This is the encouraging note upon problem by 51 per cent, although an certain thoughtless or inconsi- The label can help you get
earlier Life-Harris study showed that derate acts, consumers do take your money's worth and guard
which we enter the new decade. Author- dollars your family's health. It con- NewsInvitations
from themselves many
ity for the statement is revealed in those who fear crime most experienceit SISN HERE In purchasing power. Such act- tains information required by

the current issue of Life magazine least. Ions are often committed by law for your protection. If you

containing results of a special pollof persons who are good citizens, ail to read the label, you are have been sent to
but are unaware of the Irri- losing that protection.The all members of the Chamber
of than
a cross section more 4,000 The poll asked people to choose among tations or expenses that label must be easy to read of Commerce for the. Annual

Americans on matters ranging from 26 things they consider important to } thoughtless behavior brings to and understandable under ordinary Dinner Meeting to be held at

race to foreign policy to life styles.As their happiness, and for young and old, 3f 1t the merchant. conditions of purchaseand the Starke Golf and Country

blacks and white alike, the answers Have you known someone that use. It must not be false Club, Thursday. Jan. 29, at

reported by Life, the poll reflects overwhelmingly in support of wore a garment one day and or misleading in any way and 7:30: p.m. Charles Sawyer
were ? Becauseyou the common, or usual, name Roberta
sta- returned It the next Bud Mizell and George
.an extraordinary
suburban, middle-class values. Would no longer like blue is not of the item must be on the of the Arrangements Committee -
bility, a tenacious clinging to basic believe that six of the toprankingitems label.
you legitimate reason for returning report that plans are progressing -
values, but combined with a willingness were: a sweater. Imitations must be prom- nicely and an inter-

to adapt to the less rigid and -Green grass and trees around me-- Marketing expenses are increased inently labeled. The label must esting and entertaining demanding standards of the new era." by returning merchan- also give a plain statement of can be anticipated. As seating
95 cent.Neighbors
per WilY A NATIONAL CENSUS dise. To keep costs down, return the quantity of the contentsin capacity is limited to 200, all
with whom I feel com- for common units of weight or reminded to send
items only legitimate members are
The Life poll" shows that Americans fortable92 per cent.A How many people are there in the United States? reasons.Do measure or numerical count. their requiests for reservationsto
still paint an almost Jeffersonian The ingredients must not be
church of my faith nearby-- Where do they live-and work? What do they buy? you consider the feelingsof the Chamber office as soon
named listed in a misleading -
picture of their aspirations: green 86 per cent.A others? Always be polite and or as possible.The .
grass and trees, friendly neighbors, first rate shopping area nearby-- Where do they buy? courteous with your words and way. They should be namedin Chamber of Commerce
order of their predominancein
churches, schools, and good stores 84 per cent.A How do we meet the population changes? How actions.NEVER: 0)Make unreasonable the item and for some com- wishes of the Auxiliary to commend Police the efforts under

nearby. Their personal goals reflecta kitchen with all modern conven- can we plan ahead for housing, schools, shoppingareas demands of the clerk's modities the percentage of each the capable directlonof Charles

marked shift away from the old iences-- 84 per cent. lands and transportation? time. (2) Push in line aheadof ingredient must be stated. The Shaeffer, in assisting with the

ethic of continued hard work and suc- -Good schools nearby-- 81 per cent. open others. (3)) Leave your shopping label must give the name and handling of traffic and parking

cess, stressing instead a desire for The answers to all these questions and many cart in the checkout line place of business of the manufacturer during the Christmas Parade
to return for a forgotten item. packer or distributor. and the last minute shopping
and middleclass satisfactions. the
peace When asked what goals and values more are in the offing every ten years .when (4) Carry on a personal con- Today most processed foods rush of Christmas Week. Local

they considered most important, the national census is taken. It is used as a guide in versation with the clerk while are packaged to protect them merchants were high in their

top-ranking objectives were: government, business, industry, education to an others are waiting to be served. from dust and insects and to praise of the Auxiliary Police

Given a choice between making more -To be at peace with yourself and the increasing demands of a successful (5) Allow small children in facilitate handling. You cannot unit that so generouslygave
ticipate
examine the contents and must
money and getting more time off, the have honest relationships with others your care to become a problemto the label as of their time during this
American others. depend upon your
economy.So busy period.We .
poll showed only 45 per cent favoring 82 per cent.Raising guide to the contents of the
We expect our merchants to would also like to express -
the money; and when asked to choose a family in a way that when you are asked for census data, give the be honest, courteous and to package. If you will take a few appreciation on behalf

between 10 per cent more incomein will be admired by your friends and time and effort necessary-to help yourself-your offer reasonable service. As seconds to read the label, it of the Retail Merchants Division -

an interesting job, or 50 per cent neighbors62 per cent. neighbor-and your nation.Farmers consumers, we also have re- will tell you quite WHAT a the story.It food. of the Chamber to Mr.
will tell
more income in feel .... you and Mrs. Howe for the puppet
a boring job, 75 -Being able to do what you '" -- ----- is, WHO made it, WHAT is

per cent of all people chose the interesting like doing when you want to do it-- in it, HOW MUCH there is children shows during they Christmas staged for weekat the

job. Life concludes that 62 per cent. and whether it is a real food the Chamber Offices. The

Americans do not appear to be as -Having a full and relaxing timein Diaryespecially or only an imitation of the shows were well received by

compulsively dissatisfied and ma- your leisure (non-working) life-- real thing.A label all who viewed them and many
closer look at the
terialistic as they are accused of 59 per cent. will often tell you that the"bargain" made favorable to the comments Chamber have regard-been

being.? -Fixing up your house the way you On the cold morning we've welcome at this time price is not reallya ing this event.

want it.- 54 per cent. had lately we can get some of year. All of which remindus bargain. For some foods
consolation from the fact that standards of Identity qualityand
of one of the most enthusiastic a .
The magazine further reports thata One of the most surprising resultsof while we may be uncomfortable camellia growers we ever fill of container have been The mother of five children
conservatismexists and doing a bit of shivering met -- the late Joe Hill Williams set to promote honesty and who are married and dis-
unanimous
considerable degree of the poll is the almost
the chilly temperatures are of Lake Butler. lie hada fair dealing in the interest of
persed complains: that
now
in matters of morals. While criticism of the way most families good for the strawberry plants. large assortment of the showy the consumer as well as protection she has to check on the

58 per cent agree that a great many function today. Not only do young and The growers want the plants to plants so that as he said, "I of honest food manu- weather reports from every

people engage in premarital sex, a old agree by 79 per cent that parental be held back from production can cut a half bushel of the facturers. part of the country.
60 for some time yet, so that blooms anytime I want to."
solid 75 per cent-- including per influence has declined over the past

cent of all teen-agers and people in ten years, but 53 per cent of teen- when the marketing season is By Sam McGarvcy We have come to realize how
will big
a
hand get
at they
successful he was, because the *x their twenties oppose this trend. agers and 75 per cent of,young adults yield at that time. camellia is as tempermental
Marijuana is more heavily con- think that have become too ..ARM RANCH
even "parents plications for Homestead Ex- ax It Is< beautiful: and all too I 1 :
demned: 73 per cent rate it a "very permissive." An astounding 74 per .4Anyhow emption and also for Agriculture often the average homeownerhas

serious" problem, and 78 per cent cent of teen-agers and 88 per cent with the holiday sea- Zoning of our propertysoon. little or no luck grow- !a By George T. Huggins
,
(68 per cent of the young) feel it of young adults agree that "parents son over with we have only a- Along with others, we ing them. COUNTY AGENT

should be legally banned. spoil their kids today" and seemto bout a month or so before the received the application forms ... t ,.

favor a return to the old-fashioned traditional planting time of Feb. last week and although they do r ....,.....,..,Agricultural...........,..,..,..,..,........,................Extension.'... ,, Service- ''
.
method of upbringing.A 14 and from now on the sun not have to filed before April And if you think that isn't'' A ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:::::;;:::::::;:::;:::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::;:::::
1, there is no time like the
will start to a little
get
permissivenessextends up true, just try taking a cutting
of the new
Distrust for that Important
present handling -
earlier each moring and from a camellia and rooting By this time we might as approximately 400 farm
the arts future for the and
to the revolution in bright suburbs matter. We say Important -
will be in the air a-
Spring At times have had
It. well about those
good
we
forget thingswe enrolled.
families
culture according to the Life- small towns is reflected in the fact gain. If our winters are not because failure to do so being
and luck most
rooting anything, by did not do during 1969. Farm Bureau is an
could result in having highertax
think that less than half of those polled always "short and sweet" at
Harris poll. Fifty-four using a rooting compound and
iharrandcent bills and nobody wants that. Maybe if we are guilty of not organization with farm
that "new styles\ in want to be living in or near a city least they are short as a rule. keeping the cutting in the shade
finishing job
a
or on
leadership working
programs
inmerlca" ten from Of the 31 and well supplied with moisture.But .
are a sure sign of moral decay years now. per responsibility, we can make in the interest of total
.' the camellia cutting had defied -
58 cent 'can't cent living in cities today, two-thirds
per it takes for better plans for this new year. 'agriculture. One of our
Just
understand a lot of what is goingon would like to get out, if' possible.So One of the biggest events of We wish it would quit rain- ever us to, as get started and by During the last few years my popular activities is our

in books, music, and movies,". the Spring -- the Fair and driveway ing for a would while so that and our allow that time we've neglected stand faith in making resolutions has quarterly membership
dry up
and 78 per cent perceive that the next time you see a bushy- Strawberry Festival -- is it withers away been disappointing. They are
coming and now is the timeto us to get In and out withoutthe meetings. These meetings are
up
*'tradi tional values are being torn down, haired demonstrator on television. or be thinking of entries to exhibit threat of getting stuck. ... as easy to break as they are held in different communitiesso

and that is bad." a writhing mass of marijuanasmokinghippies In the show which runs There are puddles in it now, to make. Uusqally we will that our people from all
at a "rock festival" don't and just about the time they be satisfied if do
just
from April 14. Plans have Now that football is out of we parts of the county get to
"If so many people still cling to give in to your feelings of frustrationand been made to hard surface sec- disappear rain along comes another the way, maybe Sam will get the best we can each day. know each other better. Of
do these Try to keep the weirdoes tions of the fairgrounds to prevent soaking and we have the So. may 1970 be good for
old-fashioned virtues, why nausea. same old muddy, rutted area to back to doing some work a round course, we always enjoy some
:;standards appear to be collapsing?" in perspective and don't give in to pened a last repetlon of when what heavy hap- slip and slide through before the yard and getting more exercise you and on next Dec. 31 you good eating.

the magazine asks, and answers: the idea that they are threatening to rains bogged year down the grounds getting on the hard road. And than watching TV. Asa will be satisfied with 1970. CattlemenArt
tie'd better crankup
'"One factor certainly is that people engulf the nation.If and Miss America could have we are by no means the only starter, In beginning the new year,
the old lawnmower and stir Schul/ has just been
hear about strife and trouble whereverit used water skits to get to the ones out in the county who have I would like to mention a
oil its
that problem. up some on parts to be re-elected president of our
: occurs, and generalize about what the Life poll is an accurate baro- speakers' platform ready for the mowing season. few of our activities and Bradford Union Cattlemen's

;they see in the news, even though meterand we pray that it is-- .. .. .-. Any by that time, he'll need organizations through whichwe Association. Two years ago

they may have no direct experience of there is hope for the country yet. some oil on his creaky kneesso will be working. someone suggested that we
One of our camellias is out that when the mower mows
Speaking of things to do, we POULTRYOur have stronger
might a
he'll be able to follow.
In bloom and its flowers are
have to be sure to file ap- organization by having two

I poultry people have probably friendly counties meeting I

"FOR WOMEN ONLY"The received more recogni together. This has been done

3. Be able to describe your bag and the Working Wives Aid Family ..* _. tion agricultural during 1969 than any other in and our cattlemen enjoy some
Early
group.
Police Depart. and
Metropolitan good fellowship programs
articles in it, especially serial numbersof the there
ment, Washington, D.C., recently re charge plates, movement number of interest year was enough each month. We have 75 mem
Income the
*- *- In Bradford among
CountyThe bers and
our next meetingis
leased a brochure, "For Women watch, eta poultrymen to consider i
women's 4. Do not lay handbag down on a __ on Jan. 27.Strawberry.
Only, to various organiza your organizing an association. A
tions and church and civic counter while you are (.hopping.S. number of working wive. one-fifth In 1952. figures indicate. committee was selected to CoOpAn
groups. Carry a whistle and blow it loudly and is on the increase in Bradford What induces married women In Bradford County there has study the situation and the organization that has had

The brochure suggests precaution. long if you are approached by auspicious County.. to take jobs? In most cases, been a definite increase, since very little publicity is our
ary measures which women may use persona. No less than 46.9 per cent money Is the answer.With some 1960, in the proportion of fe- result teas that officers were Bradford County Strawberry
avoid harm of the married women in the it Is a matter of necessity ma.lesmarried and single elected In,April. In June, the Co-Op. This co-op Is into the
;: to personal injury or If your purse is snatched: local area leave their homes and, with others, the desireto who are holding down Jobs. organization was named the tl1lM. af Jim-
pratlon.
when out alone and/or confronted by each day and head for their live on a better scale than The 1960 census listed a total North Florida Poultry my oaSsfffis rs pi r csiuent and :
a purse snatcher and to minimize op 1. Do not resist as you may be injured outside jobs in offices, stores they would be able to other- of 1,464 at work, equal to Producer's Association. In this group has also .
seriously. factories, schools, hospitalsand wise.In 35.8 per cent of the female
portunities for purse snatching. The 2. Try to get a full description of the thief. the like. In 1960. the fig- many instances, too, the population over age 14. It has August constitution and bylaws demonstrated success by

suggestions are: ures show, only 35.6 per cent purpose Is to save for a child's now reached approximately 41,9 were accepted with being active and having a good,
The pamphlet also lists the depart. did so.They. education, to pay off debts, or per cent. membership dues being IS per board of directors. The

: 1. Never carry a large amount of cash or ment's emergency telephone numberfor find that they are able to escape boredom. It tops the United States ave- year. President Jack Hazen Strawberry Co.Op has 23

: valuables. to do this without neglecting Single women have also been rage of 40.7 per cent and the has an active board of directors members. They have already

2. Give attention to all auspicious persons, the police radio service which will their household. duties or their entering the labor force In 41.3 per cent in the. South At- who meet each month had one meeting for this

particularly street gangs. expedite response to a crime scene. role as mother. steadily growing numbers, the lantic States.Poultry prior to the association i season. Just prior to harvest
One thing that has made it
possible is the time-saving and Rain meeting.We and during harvest, the co-op
The Bradford 1.3 Inch ProducersTo meets each week to discuss
County labor-saving appliances and the have 115 poultry producers
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il. ..__ .... prepared foods that are avail- Tuesday TopsWeek' Meet TuesdayNorth on our county mailinglist things in the interest of proper

able. They permit her to get Total and 90 of these are harvesting and marketing.
I! "p her housework done with dis- : of association.Our .
1879 404' Florida poultry producers members our Membership ,
patch.
re will meet Tuesday Jan. next meeting is on Jan. .
rainfall ,
A 1.3 inch was
She has been putting the extra We have talked about officers -
"f W time to good use, provid- corded at the Division of For 13, at 7:30: p.m. In the county 13. and boards of directors :
ing the family with an extra estry headquarters on SR-100 Agriculture Building: on North '
rlhi1t1E ; Farm Bureau in these organizations. We
MlMIIR west of Starke Tuesday mornIng Temple Avenue.\
A shows that
paycheck. study
In the morning will direct recognize that these are Im-
if a wife works full-time, all in five hours of rain more with the
FLOR A S S my prayer unto the e.- year round she contributes an than the average of .86 Inches A new year with new enthuse Our organization portant. However no

(Psalms 5:3 A.V.). average of 38 per cent to the which fell through the *atlreweek : lam is the poultrymen's assurance most years of service is Brad- organization can be successful \

ASS 0 T 0 N As we surrender ourselves to total family Income. ending at midnight MondaY for a good program anda ford County Farm Bureau. A. unless the members are in- i

God-our plans for the day, The extent to which women Jan. 5. good meeting, says President H. Harley Jr. Is serving his terested, attend meetings and '

,our work, the schedule of our especially married women, It was predicted that the Jack Hazen. fourth year as president and! are active. We have heard j'
'activities remain in balance.We have been entering the job mar- :rain would atop' and a cold County Agent George Hug- here again much of the success that in organization there is

let feeling of rushE. ket is brought out in national wave from the north would hit gins and President Hazen lay of this organization )Is strength. We have found this I
go any reports released by the Census next few days. there are several Important attributed to aa active boardof 1
E. L. MATTHEWS. Edltor-FuhlUher hurry. We know what here for the U be true in Bradford'C nt :
we- 1
Bureau and the Labor De- Santa Fe Tower record matters for Bradford poultry- directors who meet each
The
Published each Thursday and entered a* Second need to do. on time and in a men to know about and discuss : I- f 1
partment.The ed -the most rainfall In. the week month to discuss} and pUn i *
ClaM Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida perfect Let's ask God to in meeting "This IAJJe.a
way. finding is that more thana from Dec. 29 through Jan. 5 an open Farm Bureau activities. o.. are made that l
under Act of March 3rd U7'. show us how best to use our third of the wives in the with 1.13 inches> Ths New River Information i3 'very Importantto W .r'm febkytou ftr M-eaUe ..
*
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, 95.00; Ontaida time and our talents, so that nation, 15,845,000 of them are Tower recorded .7t[) inches each poultry man in this Bradford Csuntv aafr JMrOnrte* ... f'
in the paid labor force North Florida area," Hugguu Bureau has It's l a r_s lt beer e.... a.b
trade area 1 year, tS.M we may retain Divine order in now, week the Louis Hill a art _
all that WP Ho as compared with oniv about Tower .75 ln clues jay. membership..need < wsa f .- h. .os-tas r .....
..Jstt
I :-,, J... .n nw .sa.. aja"f, *_'A1, tf'7t' )
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By Mrs D. K. mn .


EMORY"r Funeral-16 SPARKMAN services 6 were DIES Tues J I k : L L

day. Dec. 30. in Jacksonville i :
for Emory Sparkman 58, who :
died suddenly at Ms home the


daughters.Brown previous daughter Mrs.His Hazel of survivors of Saturday.Hampton.Elaine Mr.Sparkman.and Include His and Mrs.widow Is Linda L.D.two the ibiLAL\ T:1 AY S AV I N C S



Sparkman. and a son. Lowell, _
all of Jacksonville. Ti

Attending the funeral from
Hampton were Mrs. L. D. FOOD S Sp
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. David STOa FOOD STOa
Brown and Diane and Sharon,
Mrs. Mina Beckham. Mrs.
George Williams and Mr. and 0 S'SKB GREEN
Mrs. Carl Brown.PERSONALS :

PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK JAN. 8-14
Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Match-
ett spent a week In Miami N W-D BRAND BOTTOM ROUND W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND
with their son-in-law and W-D BRAND RUMP or
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don
Pearson, and children, over A

the Clark Christmas Dyal of holidays.Winter Park RoastBONELESS BeefUJVD

spent last week here with his OAST
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy P. Glover. His parents :
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dyal droveup UJV.D
for the weekend with Mrs. >p ;
Alma Dyal and the Glovers / t 47
and he returned home with '

, them.Mr. and Mrs. John Plume I
I of Eglin AFB Ft.Walton Beach i
spent the weekend recently with $
Mr. and Mrs. George Kennan.
Joe Wiggins visited over the 3
,
Christmas holiday with his mo- Ar
ther Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and t
his aunt Mrs. Eve Menafee.
His sister Mrs. George Williams -
took him to Jacksonville /
) just before Christmas, after
he was able to be home from I tclfe'e'l
Bradford County; Hospital.
Recent guests at the homeof
, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn ( t,4 Choice LB. PKG.
LB. LB.
at Hampton Lake were Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Hammond of / Mr.tH. SqU.
Cerro Gordo N. C., Mr. and S, CHOICE
Mrs. Henry Early of Raleigh Quantity Rights, Reserved -- Prices; Good All Week Thurs. Thru Wed., Jan 8 14
N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Williams WINN-DIXIE STORES INC. COPYRIGHT '. 1770
of Atlanta. Ga., and Mr. FRESH CENTER CUT RIB USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND BONELESS EYE OF WeD BRAND Quick Frozen 20-Ct.Pots!..of 8-os. KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA. .

! and Jacksonville.Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.George Wilson Turner Stin-of Pork Chops . lB. 89 Round!! uNloastIB! $119 Hamburger 2V.L $1" Cream Cheese.. 39*

son and daughters are moving FRESH CENTER CUT W-D FRESH PORK RIB END ROAST or SLICED 1-lb. MILD W-D DAISY' STYLE CHEDDAR

from south their side of trailer town home to the on farm the Loin Chops>> . *' 99 Round! Steak lB. 98 Pork Chops. 68* viieese.. .. .. .. .. 89
home east of Hampton just past
9-os.10RDEN'S SINGLY, WRAPPED AMERICAN' W-D TENDER QUARTER LOIN SLICED SUPERBRAND COTTAOE..PIus SO Stamps
.
the Harold Waters'
Mrs. Virginia Roark and Ruth Cheese Food 59* Cube Steak $129 Pork Cheese. LB. 69*
Chops..IB.79 2
spent several days over Christ- .. . .. cup
mas with her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs.Tommy
Harvey in Stockbridge Ga.
Debbi Hicks daughter of Mr. THRIFTY MAID OR DIXIE CRYSTAL
and Mrs. C. R. Hicks made HAWAIIAN GRAPE OR REGULAR GIANT ARROWDetergen
the Dean's List for the fall
i term just completed at St. -

r Johns Palatka.River Junior College in ( 9 I r fta'id' [
SUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Saxon Fruit Punch *
and frimllyI<"spent Thursday''' f
through Saturday in Eau Gal- ,
limit 1 with $i 09 or mor purchat excluding cigarette
lie with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Pope. New Year's I
Day was a family reunion with pn I ; Limit 1 with $5. or More Purchase Excluding Cigarettes BLUE
the Beryl Pope family of Sum- -- ,
merville S. C., and Mr. and '
Mrs. L. G. Pope and familyof q WHITE
Eau Gal lie also there. ; go J
ti
Charles Hicks and Mr. and \
Mrs. Herman Bowers attendedthe e COLD J

Gator Bowl Saturday game in before Jacksonville a S WATERy 29

Christmas. ,.. 29.cNo.
'.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rho-
.;" en and family traveled to 1en! sugar

dersonville N. C. before "
Christmas for several days__ 46-oz. CANS r GIANT BOX]

weather"to see snow before and "Christmas returning LB. BAG

home to Florida sunshine.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen
903 ASTORFruit No. 303 Cons THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA
were recent visitors of the C.n. pi*-wei. KELIOOOS JUMBO KLEENEX PAPER\

Harold Chastalns in Jackson, Cocktail 4l.No. Corn Flakes. 37 Towels Tomatoes /$
Ala.Mrs. Linda .. .. 3/$1. ... .I.
Gunter and baby 2-1/2 Cans THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET : No. 303 Cans THRIFTY MAID 3-Sv. ALASKA
daughter of Albany Ga., was 19-os. DIXIE DARLING Gallon WHITE .

visiting Mrs. Bertha Rhoden Potatoes..3/89* Cake Mixes 4/$1. Bleach. 29 Sweet Peas..6/l.
and other relatives here during .. . .. ..
the Christmas holidays.We 14.... LIBBV Na.1 Tall Cans THRIFTY MAID 4-1/2-ai. BEECHNUT STRAINED 3-Roll Pkg.ARROW WHITE or ASSORTEDTom.

trust that the aviator Catsup..5l.BIO Milk Food TAll Bath Tissue.
oho intends to cucumnavi-- Evap. 3/39' Baby . 5/$1.
gate the globe from pole to ARROW WHITE or ASSORTED VEOITABIE SHORTENING Carton KING SIZE 20.... DIXIE DARIINOPrestige

.pole further will polarizing not: be the accused, people.of Paper Towels 4/$1. Crisco. ... 3 CAN' 75* Cigarettes $3.81 Bread 29

1m The Coort O' The County'
jludcf. Alut-huu Conatr.. I-'Jo( .lfl\"
In Probate CAMPBELL'S TOMATO RUSSET BAKING SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR ICECream
In re: Estate of Amos Williams U.S. NO.l
D..e..aaed..
To All Creditors And Persons)
10
Having Claim Or Demand
Ajralnat Said Estate:
You and each of you are Hereby
notified and required to. pre- SOUP Potatoes 9
aent any claims and demands LB. POLYBAG
which you or .. either of you
may have a.aln t the estate of
Amos Williams. deceased late of
aid County to the County
Judge of Alachun! County Florid -
ofheald office In hGaln.s "ALL FLAVORS"
house Fla., within County six calendar.
months vIII. from the time o* the LARGE FRESH HEADS 12os. ASTOR THRIFTY MAID

Ina first writing publication..or and demands shall of thLa state shall notice.the of OS Lettuce .. ..2 HEAD. 39* Orange J'ce3/l. Ice Milk

!Ilea address ofeth. claimant and post end 10 RED EMPEROR 5-os. pko- OCOMA CHICKEN, BEEF, OR TURKEYGrapes..4

not ant shall and so any her be flied sworn such agent shall claim to' be her by or void.the-demand claim. I 99* Meat Pies 6/$1. HALF GAL 49 59..

Wllh..lm..nllBrook BROOKS a AD LARGE MEATY ...ulllr SI. MORTON ALL FLAVORS
executor. WIL.HEI.MENIA of the Last Will and, No. 1 CANS
4".d.Testament" of Amos Vrmia.ni". Avocados.. 4/$1. Meat Dinners 39
Fk.t publication Jan.1.1 1 U 111 1.1. HALF GALLON

QuantIty Rights Reserved "- Prices Good All Week Thurs Thru Wed Jan 8 14
WINN-DJXIE STORES. INC. COPYRIGHT 1970
LIP READING EXERCISES FOR

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Services HeldIn STARKE Opportunities of ithe week: .r..:1... it.Xo'.ur-'Wisest. ." : Investment. ',. of time .pr \ ./'<(."" 4Iwasgfadwhen 1< ,", *. ':<..,..j. ...1 1E. ...

CITIZENS Crescent City Sunday Brotherhood Meeting ; '" < 4* they said unto t me4 ?
and Breakfast 7:30: a.m. 1111! > \ ( .
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urn rg- r Joseph E. Thomas 61, son of Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning i 1 let us:90:Into:the : ( j
the late Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Worship at 11; sermon, "Thla 1H ;:. .'REGULAR GH'URCH'WORSHI" ) <-.
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We had a large turnout of Thomas of Starke, dlsd Wednesday Do In Remembrance of Me,'* : %::: ",; / .ofth"e'l.ord'_... ... ; ; :
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members and guests at our Dec. 31, in a Daytona observance of Lord's Supper. g >:.:.:.
Christmas party which was Training Union 6:15.: Evening .:.:.:.: :: : /
Beach hospital: after an extended w3 a;traPGKakaAi.&d.'a'dBr* """i'oHku..wownaouaSGXe.xaarmaxaw.w..."a..w..o..x..w..na wsaa".".rw..vwwumonavN. wxa..wl
opened with a Christmas prayer illness. Worship! 7:30: ; sermcn "Honor

recited by Mrs. Mary Allen, Mr. Thomas, a pharmacist Thy Father and Thy Mother"

followed by singing of Christ? was a long time! resident of Monday Annie Armstrong

mas carols and exchange of Crescent City where he owned. Group at home of Mrs. Louise CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

guts The Hall was arrangedwith Thomas Druj Store, and .served Tenly. 10 a.m. Deacons Meeting EVERGREEN BAPTIST' Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

a beautiful tree and decor, aa. a City Commissioner. and Youth Choir Practice, 7 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST hway23, Nedhimt\ of Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.: Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth,

thanks to the efforts of Gene Mayor for 20 years. p.m. LoUle Moon Group meeting OP LATTER-DAY SAIN1aa |I' Lawtoy. Sunday School Iflajn.-. Service 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice -'

Rayburn and his wife who also He was a past 11th Masonic 7:30.Tuesday: 411 East: Can Si. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun services, 690.Wednesday Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday ; Wednesday 8 p. m.
donated gifts to ,be given as District Deputy Director, a Helen Masters Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: day Night Service. 6:30. : Worship service 7 Rev. Robert D. Burch
--Rev. -Rsv. J. C. Saunders!! pastOIAlOKGAN -*
door prizes. Past Master Laks Lodge No. Group Meeting at the church, am Sunday Softool. 10. Sacra R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell.

Sorry to report thatt Mrs.! 72, F.&A. M., Past Patron of 9:30 a.m. Ida Darby Group meat 11:13.: ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Janet Bowden( chatter member the Crescent City Chapter of :meets at home of Mrs. S. L. Monday Primary 4:30: pjn Su.ndaY:45! : a. m. Sunday

was transferred from the Eastern Star, and vice presi- Peek sr., Lorena Epperson Tuesday MIA 7:30 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. Morning Highway 100-A
Hospital to Group at home of Mrs. George Wednesday ReUef Society Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning : Worship, 6:00 m. Training
Bradford County dent (J1 the Crescent City Ro- CHURCH p. Sunda School, 10 am. MornIng -
the University of Pla. for fur itary Club! He was a memberof !: Flynn, Sr., 3 p.m. Junor! Chair, 7:30 p.nu Worship Booster, 11 *Band. m. PreServices Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning -' Union 7:00: p. m, Evening Wor- Worship. 11. Training Union

.ther treatment Last word is the First Baptist Church of Sunbeams, 3:30: ; Children's! Dean Ransen ( Young 6 Worship at 11. Evening t jfalp. 7 p.m. Evening Worship

that she Is doing very well. Crescent City and a member of Choir, GA 4:25.: Ethel Biggs Branch President People and Prayer Service), Worship 7:30.Rev.: Carl Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting

Sad to say we lost a loyal Morocco Shrine Temple In Jack Group meets at home of !Mrs p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. Clarke:: pastor vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m Rev. Don Dravrdy,
Wednesday
member Mrs. George McManus conville. Betty Warren with Mrs. Myr- JORDAN MISSIONARY Midweek Service night-1:00 p. m Family night. Pastor ,

who died Dec. 23. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. tlce Nichols as co-hostess; BAPTIST MISSION 730; p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D.. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH

At last President Nixon signed Lois Denmark Thomas; a son, Brownlee\ Group meets at homo U. B. 301 North, behind Tutee -poator. BROOKER, FLA. Airpark Baptist Church KTNGStEY LAKE)BAPTIST

the tax reform bill with the Eddie Thomas, Crescent City; of Mrs. Ruth Reynolds 7:30.: :Free* Drive to. SundaySchool. Rev. Jim, Temple'pastor.. Sunday School. ':45 a.m.; Morn.

15 per cent social security Increase a daughter Mrs. Robert, 'M. Wednesday Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Service HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron lug Worship 11:00: a.m.; Evening Sunday School 9:30: ; Training

included. We are grateful Woodard, of Sarasota<. and two Superintendents Cabinet Meeting 11 njn. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theressa) Bristol. Superintendent: Train Worship 7:00: p.m.: Wed. Union 10:15: ajn.; MorningWorship

yes! but evidence shows grandchildren. 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Service: 7:30 p.m.Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m. ing Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ; 11 a.m.: Evening Worship -

that this Increase was a due Funeral services were held at 7:30.: Church Choir Practice, -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. Morning Wor&h1p-ll a. in. Douglas, Director. Worship 7:00 p.m. Study on Book ol 7 p.m.; prayer' Meeting.

necessity in order to hold our 2 p.m. Saturday! in the First 8:15.Thursday: tirtffU, usocl&te pastor., Training Union-6:30: p.in. Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Psalms C. J. Sheffield, Pastor" 7:30: Wednesday;

own In the battle of rising Baptist Church, Crescent!! City, -Visitation 7 pjn. Evening W01'8hlp.-7:15: p. m. Outlaw, music dJrector.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome.nRS'l' Pastor: Rev. Robert West!

costs so we will have to work with Rev. John Hall officiating: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH' Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST 1

another year for more moneyto Interment was in Eden: Cemetery BROOKER -7:30: p. m. Rev Merle CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18 N. CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST

keep somewhat solvent if inflation Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship FacKbam paitor.GRAHAM Sunday: School 9:45: a. m. CHRISTIAN Sunday School, 10 a. m.Morning -
continues. Within the NEW BOOKS Services 11 a.m. and 7 Morning Worship 11. Training Sunday Service: Sunday Worship. 11 a. m. Training
School, 0:45: a. m. Morning Wor- ::
next decade another 8 million p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.Rev. BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening fierUM Unicn, 7 p. m. Evening Warship

people will retire and become .Foot forThought AT THE LIBRARY Lacy Conway. pastor.. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning 7:30: Midweek Prayer Service ship,, 10:4t 6:30:: p.a. m.m. :Midweek Evening Service Service -- 8'I,! p. m. Wednesday night service

recipients ef) social security. Worship! 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30: Wednesday.) 7:15: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel-
of reading this column rsssssssssssssssrsrrt 6 Pastor, :ome-L. L. Parker, pastor.
Many you CHURCH OF GOD in.Rev.. Fred Johns pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe Charles Reese minister I1

will be within this brac- Lee -NEW BOOKS AT THE 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. "- --- - -
lly Mary
ket.Information LIBRARY Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship .
from Congressman 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111 mnmnininnininmnifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!
With food prices what they ADULT NON-FICTION Serviced, U a. m. and 7:30: p.

Claude Pepper who introduced 1948 are, it might be neat to start The Longoasa Clock-Bruton: m. Prayer Meeting. Friday, 7:30:

campaign a Bill for) a before National his Health the New Year with a plan that Nineteenth.!! Century RomantlcIsm pjn.-R3V. Y. W KUd, pastor Where have the i

Program and was makes good "cents." Even if In Music Lorgyear: : ; New
Insurance i
York Beginnings Condon: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
defeated by Senator Ge(). you don't exactly have to count
Smathers that year, has again pennies, it's nice to have a few Winning Declarer PlayHay- OF STARKE LEAVES Gone?
Raiford
Weldon St. and
den; Assignment Rescue-Fry; Weal
come forward with a Bill for extra for special events.
security Paris In The Age Of Absolutism Road
an increase of social Most of the wise shopperswe -Ranum; The Civilization Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. h

benefits of 25 per cent plus of $100 a know have a plan they follow Of The Old South-Eaton; Genetic 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: Trees without. their leaves are like a ,

guaranteed minimum to keep the budget on the Mosaics & Other Essays- 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. :

per month and The eight St3rn; Prehistoric Eurcpe m. Evangelistic Services. Church building without the people. The
15 cent Increase straight narrow.
We gained the per Mid-
7:30 in.
Wednesday: : p.
Of Rotating
Stern The Theory
but budget-savers listed here are ;
struggle
after a long Earth Week Prayer Meeting. real warmth friendliness and welcome
Fluids Greenspan;
with the Increase in Medicare: typical. Pastor: Lester F. Rlchnrdson.SMYRNA '
month plus ShineLindbergh; DeGaulle- created by the people. All i
rates of $1.30 per atmosphere are ,
of automobile 1. It's a good habit to check Crawley; My Lfe! With Martin z.r, a

increased cost home insurance, your local newspapers for Luther King -King; Theology!! MISSIONARY of these things are a real aid to worship I .
Insurance
BAPTIST CHURCH j
then Of Renewal Congress Of Theology
telephone moneysaving specials, -
!-
heating our homes plus t>33 W. Pratt: St. Sunday ger-
Live & Breathe-
As I
28V plan your menus around them. ;
by
rates advanced ricer: Sunday School 10 a. m
Boyd. "due unto the Lord the !glory! due unto
per cent which brings the low- 2. Before you start to shop, ADULT FICTION reaching 11 u. m. Training

est telephone bill to $8.38 per plan menus completely, too. If Merry Go Round-Stern; Dive Jnlcji. 3:45: p. m. E\' ulr.& Wor his name worship the Lord in the beauty!, '
month including local state ;hip. 7 p. m. Everyone M lcome.
you jot down items by depart- Into Death-Matthews!! ; The Inside .
and federal taxes. The 15 per -Elder A. O. pastor of holinett.' "
stocked in the Fly.nll.
equalling $975 ments as they're Man-Johnson; Ths Whito ,

cent $65 Increase month pension: is store you'll also save time and Cad Cross-up Nolan; A Sea ST.ARK'S; EPISCOPAL I,
on a per (
not adding to inflation! as President energy Change Salamanca; Hzh! CHURCH STARKE Come be one among many lo share in
Lonesome: World Deal; Her- Sunday Services
:
( Nixon claims but has just 3. But take time to read
a certain manos-Herrlck; The Last Long 8.30: 3.. m. Holy Eucharist. the joy of worshiping in the Lord's hClusII
about given us
labels and compare grades, Journey Cleave; Ishmael- )::3ft a. m. Church School
amount to tope with the gen- sizes brands. They can be the Davis; The White Rose=West- 10:30: i m Family Service

eral cost and of living.Lilly Johnson, key to added savings. For example cott!; Dark Hills To The West- tlU'y tj.iiuij.st: Lt. and: 3rd \\'S TIft

Pete doing a use canned whole fruits word- Caudlll; Up Your Ban- :Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd r.
Chairmen, are
House-jood'Joo. They contacted the for salads and cut up varietiesfor ners Westlake; The Shorn rod 4thounday.). ... ';s;.

Holiday' Inn about our Annual a baked dessert. Lamb-Call; Wild Goose, Wild CONGREGATIONAL HLt( ESSt"1Il'RCII > 13 ;" . Brlher-EIl1: ; House At Aklya
discussed
will be
which
Luncheon 4. Consider ready-to-hent :v.
Butler Night Boat From -Yl Y
at our next meeting. AS foods, too. Some cost less! than VedraMacKenzie: Halloween Sund.y School. 10 a.m. lid Ja1Vf' t l,4
'We have done in past years Invitations Worship Service, 11 a.m. ,J
those made at home. Canned W '
Double For in that
have been sent to Party- Christie! ; Evening Service: 7 p.m. Iht Churih ii Cod I oppointod ogomr
Recreation soups are a case in point and Death-Creasey; The Protege- Prayer world fof tpriading, 'Iht.....lodg. ol His lore CVl4
members of the Friday Night Cottage
Dept and we hope they will be look at the time they save, too. Armstrong! ; The ApoplecticPalm Meeting. lor man ond ol Mil dimond, lor mon lo...poed is I a ,.
Tree Anderson; Mr. lo that lovt by loving hit, neighbor' Without 'Ali
able to attend. 5. Cook with evaporated or Thursday Night. Prayer
: Fuks Mill In tni bra ol God, no ,-
Theodore Mund ock : grounding' gooornmtnt ,
All members should get busy instant nonfat dry milk. Both Medina: in church. 7:30: p.m.
of llfo will bnt31
The Portuguese Princess or totiotp or way
at this time to participate in supply the same important nutrients Youth Service, Tuesday night DIIIO..." end the Irndomi whuh wo hold Mdtor 'iii

the Bradford County Fair. NowIs as whole milk but at a Dery.ADULT REFERENCE 7:30: p.m.Ivy will, inttfilobly. pfrlih Thiroloro. ann
with Luke Pastor rnl
the tim to get started big saving. Also they taste Documents Of American HIs- from a lolflth" point ol'11.,era should lupoorl ii
that we can 1I1 .
your projects so equally good in puddings, tory. 8th ed.-Commagu; Pro- lit (hurili tar the lohi ol 'till xllloro of him. /
good and! inerestlng FIRST UNITED METHODIST
have a gravies, white sauces. verbs Sentences!! & Proverbial till and hit /lomily lopond 'that ho....., ,

booth.As Phrases- Whiting! ; A Diction- STARKE : i ..ir, parson ihould uphold and portliipoio In J
I I 6. When you compare pricesof Sunday Church School, l .. .. ,
ary Of Christian Theology- Iht (rumtl b a. II Hill Iho truth about Q
meats and 9:45: ; Morning: Worship at 11:
poultry remem-
we enter the new decade, Richardson; Puppet Theatre In mon i Illi, diaih and d.lIn,. ,lit truth whichGod t.dq
ber to discount the bones. A MYF Snack Supper 6 p.m.;
we wish everyone a healthy America-McPharlln. j alone' .,,11 "t h,,,, I h" 10 Inn 01 e ,held al ,
and happy New Year, and end rule of thumb is four servings JUVENILE NON-FICTION MYF Meetings 6:30: ; Evening '
Worship. Church -Wide:! Mission Gu.on ... SrnIlllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
up with "So here's my hand, from a pound of boneless meat; Everyday Life Of The Aztecs

my trusty friend and, give mea two servings from a pound -Bray; The Story Of Marxism Study.Monday Girl Scouts, 3:15: < : 1 11111111111111111111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111 II II II I I II II I I I II 111111 I I
hand of thine. Well meet with bone in it. & Communism -Savage; The
p.m.; crcl3: 2. 3:30: ; Administrative
again some other day for Auld Golden Bird-Kavcic; The Secret -
7, Think of bacon as an extender Board. 7:30.:
,
Lang Syne World Of The Baby-Day:
as well as a breakfastdish. TuesdayCircle 4 and 5, 10
Colonial
Our next meeting will be held Home & Child Life In
at the Pratt Street Recreation Add a few slices cooked Days Earle; Understanding a.m; Brownies, 3:15: p.m.;

Department on Tuesday: Jan. and diced to scrambled eggs, Africa-Murphy; The Talkative Women's Society of Christian STARKE BUILDERS

12. Come along and join us. potato salad macaroni, other Beasts-Reed; Service and Wesleyan Service WILLIAMS BRADFORD

-Joe Kerrigan. leftovers to give them more JUVENILE FICTION Guild annual Joint Meeting,

Stubborn Sam Gault; The 7:30.Wednesday: JEWELRY ABSTRACT CO. SUPPLIES, Inc.Featuring .
: -CIrcle 1 and 3, M
Batbitt:
Search For Dsllclous! -
10 a.m.; Children's Choir Re- Ace Hardware
Better Service For Your
The Moon Guitar -Niemeyer;
hearsal, 3:15: p.m.: Church Library Official Class Rings Complete Paint Suppliesand

LAWTEY CHURCH OF GOD Noodle-Leaf Fisk; The Good; Space MorrowNor Hostages- Prayer Meeting open, 3:15: 7:30.: to 5 p.m.: BULOVA Keepsake WATCHES Diamonds Title Problems Sporting Goods .

ris; Secret Of The Sunken Thursday -GIrl Scouts 3:13: Abstracts "Check With Us First"
Treasure-Thum; Infield Flash 42 W. Call St. Starke
ANNOUNCES p.m.; Youth Choir Rehearsal -
: Stranger At The Door 219
-Bo -ei; Washington St. 964.5270
7 p.m.; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Title Insurance
-LYon. ; Phone 964.7064 _
7:30.DeWitt: .

THE EPPLEY SISTERS T. Farabee, Jr. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881

protein and flavor. Pastor
STARKE "66"SERVICE
MILLERSTOWN. PAT 8. Be creative with left-

overs, canned foods or sale- MADISON STREET FAULKNERGULF

priced items. For instance, mix BAPTIST CHURCH
;: )"'::" '1'7
rr-: W4-72S1
left-over vegetables and sea Opportunities for service: Bill Edwards Ph. SERVICEAND
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning t
food with condensed vegetablesoup ?
Worship, 11; Youth Choir Tire TrataffHeadlight '
and stewed tomatoes fora v
Practice, 4:30: ; Youth Fellow- Adjusting .
quick gumbo. Or add leftover ship Supper 5:45: ; Training Union U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
ham or sausage to a can of 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, Brake Service ....

... beans in tomato sauce for a 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Wheel Balance and M_ Trailer
.
1 one-dish meal. Wednesday RA. OA, Sun- Alignment --"

Canned salmon stirred into ,beams, YWA. WMS 6:30: p.m. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication

Prayer Meeting 7:30. Church PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups
witha SERVICE
left-over mashed potatoes Choir Practice 8:30.: DeaCOl1'SMeeting 24.IIR. WRECKER

bit of grated onion makes 8:30.Denton : AO Minor Repair 1011 N. Temple Avenue

great"pancakes."Just pat into Sumrall Pastor. Hiway 301 and 100
r shape brown, and serve. 617 N. Temple Are. Starke PHONE 964.5899

Canned ripe olives are tine *10 S. Temple Starke
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB:
for making leftovers seem ele-
BRADFORD COUNTY
RESUMES
gant, too. Slice them in spa- MEETINGS
Miss Norma Sweeney, of FLORIDA
coleslaw TELEGRAPHOFFICE
ghetti, noodles, cas-
*. Brazil South America will
seroles and salads.
The Eppley Sisters have been traveling In Gospel Work speak to the boys and girls of SUPPLIES

fur a nuinlxjr nf years and have nerved more than 70 Need a quick dessert? Pour ;the New Life Bible Club on EDWARDSGrocery EST

different Denominations. They are of Lutheran background canned applesauce into a but :Tuesday. afternoon. Jan. 16, at TYPEWRITERS

but have recently rome irto the last day outpouring tered pie plate. Sprinkle with Calvary Baptist Church in and Market ONTROLB
of the Holv Spirit. The slater have since mln.Istererl crumbs and a dash Starke. Miss Sweeney I work ADDING MACHINES
In Brazil South America; All over EuTop; a.-d macaroon
ing with
boys and girls under .
./also on the bland of Jamaica; Aa well as in the U.S.A. of cinnamon. Bake until bub- International Groceries Meats Feed Oi48CAL co. --
Child
Evangelism
bly brown, and serve warm
THEY WILL. SING AND PLAY THEIR INSTRUMENTS, in Sao Palo. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.30 GAS AND OIL
GIVE TIIEIR TESTIMONIES PREACH TilE GOSPEL with a splash of cream. _. The Neal'! Life Bible Club to $625. Take the drudgery out 539 E, Call St Starke, Fla.

AND" PRAY FOR TIlE SICK When you see sodium benzoate meets each Tuesday: afternoonat of paper work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.

3:30: for one hour and is Phone 964.5745 for FREE
or benzoate of soda on open LEOAX.. FORMS. S. 301 South Starke
the label of a package you un- to boys and girls from 1st Inspections and
MON. TUES. JAN. 12 13 Estimates
to 6th
doubtedly know that it 'is a grades. PAYROLL KNVELOrM PHONE 964.5312

7:30 P. M. know preservative.that this Did you also The best demonstration ofa
chemical not CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE Inc.
man's poise is his ability to ,
nly: preserves the color of

Rev Robert Yates, Pastor Fruit but the vitamin C asl( talk fellow fluently is while the other Owaed By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "..eJpID Oar Mtnbera Live Better
paying the checkEd .
well ? Ascorbic -
EVERYONE acid is, of
WELCOMEPAGE course: the familiar chemical Kummer The Eaton EkctricaUy"-Keystone Heights-Phone 47W.llSENIOR
(Colo.) Herald.
of vitamin
lame! C.

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d old.. Smith and Hill In Jack 8 roll with motor. Fowl stand should be duly toed with in is
onvlll. Florida. and chute. of am ontrngect in business al Koute salt tor aivorce ot tne marrlmre
Court. After flung proof p..bUc..Uon Ida. rrotinil ., 301 No M'h. Stark*)
1'h. This equipment can be Inspaa- 1. Box 272-A. Starke, Fla.1 Plaintiff. *
City to has
the notice
right
reserve showing that .
SEAM ,
Crawford, Esrltop I.uCheene4.. heartflied ( Florida until Mondav Frtrunrjr
THERESSABy sole
waive Informalities In anv bid: ted btttwooii toe hour uf II am. "been publUhed once a weak fur U. lioyd owner has
GreenAs
reject any or .all bids In and 4 p.m. Monday tnrougn >','1. four uonmicutlvei weeks, the or- Rt. 1, Box 111-A, Starke, 1<'111. nRalnftt yo-U as Defendantby Clerk Inman of D. the Circuit' Court. 2, 1970. at 9-30 a.m. at the Bradford officeof
day In the farming area of Flor Dated this 8th day ot Janu Plaintiff the Clrr-nlt Court In the
whole or In part.with or with. derlnf of distribution ixf the estate Knrlton R. Chesspr as In and For Bradford County. atStarke.
Dorothy Mm out cause, and-or to accept the ida &tat Prison ultl twins may and the final discharge of ary. A. D. in70 at aturke. Bradford In the above, styled Court Florida. Flnrldn.County At Courthouse mid time, all
bid that In Ite Judgment will be ba p.cK..d up In the trffice of the Luurenco Conby Oonnell aa Administrator County Florida. and cause and you are required Beulah M. Moody .
By
.. bids received wll h publicly op*
FhOM
473-U13 for the best Intentst of the City. Runners Manager. Florida Stale will come bolus the 1-8 it to file, your defense or answerto A* Deputy Clerk. ...l.. and, read aloud.
.n
ot Burke Flnridn.CITT JrTinon. 1.1-Ztl: -t Court. thn Complaint as filed there. l4t !.It Bidders' qualifications must bnatliifactnrv ..
v OOTTNCIT. Laurence Cosby Connell, In The Clreeilt. Court.' in with the Clerk of the Circuit to the Bnnrd of
IB Tile ... .' Laurence Con by Connell as Admtnlatrator Judicial. Circuit.In Court In and tor Bradford Count nins .. .
ow THW' CITY: Countr .d. Court. ICIlthtli CALL ron Ca ntv C<*mml*elnnere nt Bradford
STARKTJ.! FLA. In And For llrutllurU Courtr.b'larldr. And for llrndlwrd' County tv. Courthouse Starke: Florida Notice Is hereby irlven that Cn..n'Flnr'. '''.., nail .a lit
HOPE th..r..olIIpan
BAPTIST CHURCH B. James E. McTta" Chairman 1.8 4t 1.29 Florliln.Action 32091 and servo n ropy the Bonrd of County Cnmmlxnloners Bonrd shall Ite the sole Jiulae of'
Telephone Attest- Merrill Vase; No. For DivorceCno said Plaintiff's attorney of Brndford County FlopIdit Board
473-4188. Sunday Edward. 103 North ouch School City Clerk In Ha: Estate of Mamie Blood NOTICE Of INTK'VTIO'V TO No. 4IOOEarlton Iinrton T. Douarlns 1 will receive sealed bids fort ff County Commlii"loners. of
10 a.m.; Morning Wor- 1.1 It 1IJ1UBOAL worth Cunnell. Docoasad.Notice REUISTUR FIC'IITIOIS :>, .':\ : 1C. Cheascr, Plaintiff, Main Street. Post Florida Otlce .Drawer 32.101. Furnlnhlnir All abnr and orIncldi Bradford Countv. Florida re...rv-
ship, 11; Training Union 6:30 e.._ Of Final Report And Application Notice Is hereby Driven that -vs- Barbara Ann C'hessor. De 122S.or anlne.vlllp.before February 0, 1070; >ntnls Necessary To Maintain the Hunt tn waive. Informnlltles
p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15 For DlsuliurgeU Section SUS.Otl Flor fendant. on Mall toflo so, a Default The H Atlnlf. Air ConditionInpr .. .. In any bid nnd to accept any
; All Wlium it May Concern: WarsuStatul .. NOTICEIn and It )on Anil. Plumblnsr av tfm At
NOTICE! / 1965 the undersigned ; will. lie takennnnlnst bid which It consider' to be the
Judgment .
Wednesday evening( Prayer Ser- Sealed1bius 'will bo received Notice Is given that Laurence Intends to register with The Nume ot The State tor tho relief demandril the Brndfonl Cmmtv Courthouse, lowest res,"nsihi' hid and to
vice 7:30, with choir practice In one Of nee 01 tile iiusinessUanacer Cotiby Connell us Administratorof the Clerk ot the Clri-ull Court Of Florida In the you In the complaint, nail atnrhe\oFInrlAaemTtie AdminleIrnHon reject anv soil .all bidsThe ..
the estate hascompleted TO The Defendant
above-styled
up to ann..t latertnmi BradlordCountYFlorlda : .
and Oommlsslon
afterward. in for sold hal pro. n..r" Of Monty -
thereafter cacao
January :JUlU: at lvui A.M.for hla administrationand upon receipt, of pivot of above named causeBarbara ceort Ex Pnrte.Witness Rulldlnir For The Drnd.to..d ..... Bradford County Florida.
tiled In this Court his finalreport Ann ChesserResidence Countv Arlpiilturn Cen
the sate of too tuilowing publication cf this notice tho \ nnnd and seal of Tnmsn D Oreen
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB items.: and application for discharge fictitious. namo of Lloyd Instrument Unknown Court my this 5th day of Jan ter. 501 North Starke.. Florida; Bv InmAn n. Orcen, Kx Offlcto
Objections, If any, I You Are Itereby Notified that said And Tlio Em r. n.Oller..tln"
The New Life Bible Club, '-one only Can Mill Crusher & Uauge., under whirl uary., A.rD. 1970. at Storlco, Flor {','nt..r. Bradford County' Fair- Clerk of sold Board 1.a 4t 1.::f
for rrrlarrsrrrr rrrrrrrrrr----------------- --
students in grades 1 ---------------,
through 6, meets each Mon- -. rtata.rrtt
--- .
day afternoon after school at ,. I i1

the mobile Children's Chapel] I 1 fjiii.oi-N.T ,

at. Hope Baptist. Church. I I

GET WELL WISHES I 1I ,
-to Rev. Merle Packham, who I
returned to his home Tuesday I; I I or BONELESS SHOULDER I I
and is making a good recovery I FOOPFAI

following surgery at Alachua I .
General Hospital in Gaines- I
ville, Jan. 2. The sincere good I" i STEAKS i 1

with wishes Rev.of tee Packham community for are a I I

speedy return to complete good I I I. 1 RSUPERMARKETS

health. I I I "FOO2..': ',' I I

WELCOME BACKto I I I -. $ 1O9 I I

Mr. and Mrs. Norman I I LI
(Butch) Redding, who moved I I U.S. CHOICE I
back into the community at I I
Crystal Lake I
Homesltes I I
Christmas week from Tampa, 1 I I
where they lived while he was j 1--------1 I

attending Tampa. Mr%the Redding University,who grad of- I FLORIDA I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ; I

uated from the university Dec. "I
21, will leave Friday for National GRADE STEAK..58
I '
.Tackson.Guard S. C.training at Fort I I 'I I

"WATCH" PARTY I. 'A'C I IUS CHOICE RIB'' j when Savings Count... .

Twenty-nine;, young people of I WHOLE I ON US!
I Hope Baptist Church gatheredat iSTEAK..98"tOUNT!
the home of Mrs. Chester 'I j !
Searle on New Year's Eve to

welcome singing, games 1970 and and refreshments enjoyed I LB I I U.S.: CHOICE 'FULL CUT ROUND PRICES GOOD THROUGH I

while waiting for the J. I WEDNESDAY JANUARY 14th.I.
arrival of the New Year. I I I STEAK 0... | quantity rights reaerved. I

PERSONALS I I I .... L* 1 ..

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Phil
lips spent Christmas week at

Miami visiting their daughter NEW ZEALAND SHOULDER POT M iMry ASSORTED COUNTRY STYLE LAND O FROST DEVtlNlD
t and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene PEEtED A
Prandi and Tony.Joining them LAMBROAST FRESHSAUSAGE
for dinner on Christmas Day ROASTOOOPAIPI COLDCUTS CHIPPEDMEATS COOKEDSHRIMP
were sons, James Phillips Jr.
and Joe Phillips, with their
families. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin LASH L. own. 1 TO
dell and Frankie visited Mr. 'OXEN 49. 78 .. lOozD
112 691 3ox: .
SQUARE. wan .
C
and Mrs. Kirby Swindell at CJT zG 39c LaS 33"PKG
.
palatka on New Year's Day. v*>v**Mr rC i SLICED
Miss Darlene Underhill of
Starke was the overnight guestof
Miss Sue White Saturday.
Visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Phillips, on New
Year's afternoon were Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Phillips and Billy,
.
of Middleburg. SLICED WIDGISO. MILD HEAT AND SERVE .

Mrs. Hilda Griffith and son,
SMOKED SKINLESS FRIED FISHSTICKS
David, of Starke, were New AMERICAN DAISYCHEESE 1
i I ;y Y ar'.. Day visitors I trf. Mr.,
and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. SAUSAGE FRANKSVACPAK
Sunday afternoon visitors of CHEESE
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips -
'
and were thorne.Mrs.her Harry uncle and Jeter aunt.of Haw Mr. 280 PKGLibby's% 89. ": 120a PKG W"' ;'" 79( LB 79( 2: '89 (


Pvt David Griffis and Pvt.
Matthew Packham returned to
Fort Jackson, S. C., Sunday
following a holiday leave with
families and friends here.
Rusty Sullivan spent Saturday -
night and Sunday with his 100'. PUll .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FYNE-TEX WitH LIMON J.J'U: KLEENEX FOOD FAIR
Marshall Strickland, at Flora- FULL l Monte
home. STRENGTH, KRAFTMAYONNAISE PRINT EVAPORATEDMILK FRUITCOCKTAIL
PEAS OR
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pack-
ham Jr. of Salt Springs are ell'" SJYU 011WNOU BLEACHGALLON
spending some time with his CORN 'UINIL TOWELS s
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Merle

Packham.Mr., .Sr.and,.Mr.Mrs.and Percy Mrs. Percy Sullivan 517 951> PLASTIC 29 C JAR QJ S.S. C GIANT ROLLS : $1 3/39/ 17oi CANS

Sullivan, Jr., Miss Dorothy
Mills and Harold Mills attended -
funeral services in Cres-
cent City last Saturday for their I FANCY NEW 1 I
I ;
relative, Joseph E. Thomas. I VO5SHAMPOO 1 i ; RED ; SWEET JUICYFLORIDA '1

Starke Mr. Thomas, and the was grandson a native of of I I YELLOWONIONS :i I { I I

the late Rev. L. W. Klckllter, i I

first Church.pastor of Hope Baptist I .Ml MIT MI OLLFt I :i BANANASFANCY I LES i iORANGESI;


" -IXVITATIOt TO RID i t m" 3/$1 I 3LB 29' I II 17c i r

The To All City Interested Clerk.. City Parties of Starve: BAG II I 1 DOZEN29c I
'. Florida. will rac.lv bids forturnlehlnR 1
:
labor and material Ira .
for construction ot: -rrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrre.rr ; rrrt> ta9rrrat>astr rtararstel'rtal> r.a
SEWER RELOCATION 1I 1 IC
IN STATE ROAD 18 FRESH FIRM RIPE I BANQUET FROZEN
Bid, will be received until I ; .aotttlaan I
7:00 P. M. Eastern! Standard d j TEFLON II
time on February 3. 19TO. and I CREAMPIES II
publicly] opened thereafter at I SALADTOMATOES :
the City Counrll Meeting to beheld /
on that date. I FRY PANS 1
You may Inspect the appllc- I
Able drawlnrs, specifications and I : 'LI
contract documents at the office : I 1
of the Architect-Engineer. _.. 7 INCH99
Boulevard Reynolds. Smith Center and Drive Hills. Post 4019 I II I II 14o. I. I I "
Office rtn*. 4SSO. Jacksonville.Florida 1 6 IN 27C i 4 PKOS $1 .
.6b
the City 92201.Clerk anti Starke at the officeof Flor- CTNUBBY'S I I I tE.a.wfalw, 10 INCH I. ,
ida. Plans and specification I
may be purchased. from n."n.a'lUD. .


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Year

Garden Club Milliona


Of The Lakes Has Quit Smoking,


KEYSTONE .HEIGHJS MELROSE Christmas Party rif Others Start

The December meeting of the

Club of the Lakes waS
_. _. Garden One million people across the
- --
... "' ... ...., "' .!" -- a Christmas party held at the if country quit smoking every

,Aggie, home of Mrs. Florence Karri
visit with their daughter PONY FRIGHTENS CARS George Hayes
reports
and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alfred Lily Chlapplnl and Jody Bass with Mrs. Adele Hantentoerg i ea year of the Christmas Seal

Keystone Hilftes- Watson Jr., and the Wat- recleved Welsh pony mares, cos-hostess. Each memb chairman hundreds of
but
and Campaign
Aggie small "garden" gU :4
brought
a
son's grandchildren Prissy, a sorrell with flaxen :
By JIM FOX daughter returned home for a mane and tall, and AnniversaryAnna to be exchanged. The 12 men thousands, mostly teenagers,
with her parents In Key- bars attending enjoyed l1ste.nIns f take up the habit.
visit ( ), bay and white spotted
4T3-414&
Ptaitt PIMM .in y. It
.. is -- Itf
the
: a conducted
stone. with black mane and tall, for to Mrs. R. P. Vogh give A survey by
__
Christmas. When the girls Christmas reading. Slides: of Alachua County Tuberculosis-

HERE N' THERE ITEMS ham. Ala., and Mrs. Thelma Mr. and Mrs. William Dowl-the tried the double bare back the 1969 State Flower Sho\ Respiratory Disease Association

Marshall Gallop. Jr. was Webster of Coral Gables. Ing were in Savannah over visit bit they forgot to ask Prls- were shown by Mss. Sundei bows that hundreds of Alachua:

from Wofford College, David Few was In Atlanta Christmas holiday for a sy's permission first. It must land.' County residents nave quit
home
freshman for last week for a visit with Ms with family and friends. have been the principal of the January 16 is Arbor Day alld
he Is a
smoking.
where Mrs. Glen Morris Mrs. Rodney Lyons and son, thing because Prissy eliminated 'will 'be ,the date of the Con
with Ms grandmother. that
visit par- aba said everyyear
a holiday Allen of Kan.... MIssouri Hayes
Michael and show-
relatives. all encumbrances Camellia! Exhibit as weB
Marshall and other munlty
and Mrs. the
sH
Mr. Mrs. causes
ents. with I smoking
visiting .
and Mrs. Raymond are ed her by frighteningall Arbor Day Program. I
prowess
of Lake Brooklyn. Mr. as the '
Mrs.N. of
.
300,000
Gallop and Mrs. Robert Hayes Starnes and Mr. and Mrs. J.D Lyons' parents, Mr. and the cars off the highway as The next meeting will be lie! premature death

Mr.children moved to their Henderson entertained some of W. WUdt.Keystoners. wel- she galloped directly down the on Jan. 22 l'.A.the home of Mrs Americans.
and to
home on Bedford Lake last their golf club friends with a are happy Gilbert middle of S. R. 21, enroute to Margaret Pater at 1 p.m. Efforts to combat smoking,
new dinner party; at the KeystoneGolf come Mr. and Mrs. Keystone.The a cause of chronic bronchitis"

aMiss Wolfe of Keystone and Country Club on Saturday Reed and family, formerly of pony was apprehended In and other lung diseases! are

Gayle and Miss Ter- evening Jan. 3. The buffet Melrose who recently purchased front of Shaughnessy's Pack- Merle Ellis of Gainesville, George port of the association's pro-
Heights, E.
rle Padgett, of Gainesville, dinner, catered by Mrs. the Clarke home on age Store by about 50 people, and Ida May Reddish and gram.

Bristol. N. H. last Ray Farris and Mrs. James Lakevlew Drive. according to Francis Chlapplnl. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Baldreeof
to Sun-
flew visit with Gayle'i Zowarka, was served at 1:30p.m. Mr and Mrs. Richard Lily said today "She doesn'- Starke The Friday after
week for a Mrs.Sunderland's "
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. An Imported brass chafing derland entertained mother Mrs.T. do anything like that anymore. Christmas Jean and Russ Pierce Jr., was recently elected Homecoming -

John Storer. Enrout dish and candles were used uncle When asked how much they visited us and were sapper Queen at Montreat Col-
and Mrs and her ,
home the girls enjoyed spending on the main table. Guests were H. Dunn of Wilmington ride, the girls explained that juests. New Years Eve, Buddy lege in North Carolina. Leslie

two days In New York City; seated at tables decorated with Fred Dorman, both the Christmas their time is so limited, they and Merle Ellis Hubert Is completing her second year

where their flight was delayeddue pink camellias flanked by white Dela., during only get to ride three or four and Pam Chltty, Jerry and Regina at this Junior college.

candles. holidays. hours a day. Chitty and son Donny and
to snow storms.Mr. P. Barr- Following the dinner, gue.tsenjoytd David Sunderland,of Keystone lean and Russ Pierce visited PERSONALSMr.
H.
and Mrs of singing around the Heights and Gainesville was FISHING BUDDIESMr. us and enjoyed fresh oysters af and Mrs. Don S. Cook,
Benny,
Ington and son.and Mr. and piano, where music was provided not overly happy when he had and Mrs. W.M. Terryof >n the half shell. Monday,, Becomes Bride of Eustis spent the Christmas
Clinton Tenn., Eve Larimore
and daughters by Mrs. Alex Brokaa to celebrate New Year's Lake Santa Fe left the day Tuesday, and Wednesday of Janice Lucille holidays with Col. and Mrs.

Mrs., A.Susan R. Tledgen and Tammy, of and Mrs. Hal Adams. with an emergency Veteran's appendectomy Hospital.His -. after Christmas to fish on the last week Otis Melton and 1 I Of Rodney C. Paul In Tacoma, Wash. David Nelson.
at the Walter Bryon,
recent Schuber Estero River, 15 miles belowFt. kttended Trinity Youth Camp Mr. and Mrs.
Columbus Ga., were Mr. and Mrs. Henry mother, Mrs. Richard Sun- with Mr. and Mrs. ri Twin Lakes along with 140 Mr. and Mrs. Axel Malmgren,
,
Myers, >
Mrs. Bill aftera chiffon over
and home A-line gown
of Mr. returned Is Pia,. length
guests that he now
have derland, reports E. C. Ottenville, who go there other young people and enjoyed Th Little Church on the Mrs. Ralph Stevens of Melrose,
Barr- William sleeves. -
and family. Mrs. and Mrs. with long bridal
Wolfe Mr. taffeta,
with and hopesto
visit much. better, Rine-
feeling Washington Ed
each for wintr time fish- it much. New Year's Me In Tacoma. and former Keystoner,
very
axe for- year enhanced
ington and Mrs. Tledgen of Margate, at the The yoke was
E. Egan classes
to Ms
Md. return ing. Although It was too cold"to Eve we went to Watch Night 'was the setting for the mar- hart of Jacksonville gatheredfor
Wolfe. clustersof
sisters of Mrs. Wolfe and merly of Silver Spring. the university; this week. fish, Mrs. Terry got a few Service at the Hampton Bap- riage of Miss Jana!! Lucille with Alencon lace and their annual Christmas dIn-
Bill attended
Mr. and Mrs. there, they members of the Junior seed psarls. The matchingtrain
While and
Fifteen little Fox and of Mr. and the home of- Col.
Billy and Jim Seymour State/Missouri game at and their thrills sneaking her let Church saw two very Larimore, daughter fastened at the ner at
son. Penn. Golf Association was
in and out of the trailer movies. Torbet and David Nelson.
Earle Mrs.
Terrier food Mrs.
last week tourIng home,
were In Tampa Orange Bowl.Enroute a holiday hay .waist. Her elbcw lensth vsil cf
the enjoyed Year's
dates
New ,
several schools In the area. visited Cape Ken- park where not even childrenare Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear- Larimore of Tacoma' to Rodney A few days before
Schubers started at the Key- secured toa
the ride, which fllk Illusion was Klntz of Can-
The came and Mrs. Ed
Nelson left last complete allowed. Terrys ingen spent Christmas Eve Carlton Paul, son of Mr. Mr.
Suzanne to
Mill Center decorated -
Club Monday
nedy Space stone Golf on cluster of lace flowers Mrs.
back through St. Petersburg to morning Paul of Key- ton, Ohio were visiting
will Christmas Carlton
she and Mrs.
where light and
week for Tampa, trip.
their enjoyable evening. Dec. 29, at 7:30: p.m. with seed pearl. she car-
be enrolled at the University Aston and Ms sister, returned to spend the night with other fishing with their son and family, Len, stone Heights The ceremonywas Kintz's mother, Mrs. Arthur

Robert The people of white caraations : :
cascade
entertainedtheir young buddies. Mr. and Mrs. W. Linda and Tammy Lynn Inackeonville. performed on Friday. Dec. ried a Brainerd of Wesley Manor in
South Florida.
of Pater, refreshments
Mrs. May the clubhouse for 'with. red rose
Miss Jullanne Nelson, d house guests, Mr. and following the ride. Chaperoneswere Skiba whom they met ten years They all (had 19, at 8 o'clclc In the evening, centered Jacksonville, and drove down

Jacksonville, spent holidays Mrs. Herman Wundling of Butler Mr. and Mrs. William ago at Jacksonville Beach fishing Christmas. dinner with Fred's with Theodore Koopmans D, buds and green leaves.A the for a visit with the Nelsons.

with her mothers, Mrs. Mary N. J., with an open houseat Baker and Mr. and Mrs. of course. TheOttenvllle'swill mother, Mrs. Fred Swearingen, D., officiating. reception.was held In The Gator Bowl game on Dec.
Hotel where a
to their home on Tacoma Motor 27 of special interest to
return visited Ver.'sbrother was
Nelson of Hillcrest. their home on Nelson's Point Charles Head. The wagon was 5r. They then Miss Sharon Smith, solclst,
welcome Lake Santa Fe the later partof Mr. and red and while color motif was the Hill Brannons who have been
toners are happy to' Guests and family, of nuptial
Key afternoon. Mr. Baker. a program:
Sunday furnished by provided
Mr. and Mrs. Albert on Mr. and Mrs. Dan May when the good Snook Mrs. Maxie Mathis in Gain- carried. Mrs. Vincent Radtka spending the holidays with Mrs.

Whisler, who moved to Keystone Included Pater, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WOMAN'S CLUB fishing is over. sville. Vera's mother, Mrs. music.John Kelly served as best greeted guests at the door and. Brannon's parents the Roy

In December. Mr. Whls Gerber, Mrs. Hazel Clark and The Woman's Club of Key- viathis of Jasper was also a ..* man, and ushers were Tom standing ]in the receiving line Bridges, and Miss Marilyn and
PERSONALSMrs. Mr. Mr. Brannon
ler is employed with the DuPont Jack Sullivan. their fuest there. were the bride and groom Bridges.
Mrs. will have
and Heights Dennis Tow.
Mr. son Koval and
Mabel Bayless of Lake bridal at- Tennessee Coach Doug Dickey
will be and Mrs. Norman Hace Mrs. Torbet and
Mrs. Whisler and Mr. and
company. Col. and Mrs. F. Cobery first business meeting of the Decorating the altar for the
In Starke for Sacramento Rosa entertained approximately who live In Swearinpn rental tendants.Mrs.! were roommates while attending
student teaching of 13
Jan.
Barbara ,
Tuesday, arrangements -
daughter, on were
new year candlelight! ceremony
the next weeks.She will graduate Calif., and Col. and at the clubhouse. The meetIng 30 people on Christmas day. I cottage spent 2 1/2 weeksn of red carnations: Palmer Call cut the the University of Flo-
in March from the Uni- Richard Dorff and son Is scheduled to begin at She has two sons, two daugh- Mexico over the holidays. : bride's cake andl ass'.ttin: in riday. Doug played quarterback
Mrs. Christmas
ters eight grandchildren and and pine, with a then, and Hill was varsity foot-
versity of Florida. of Maltland, were recent Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood serving were 'Miss Deann Call, ;
dennis Red
.
.background.
Emery Cooper of Lake'Gen- of Mr. and Mrs. seven great grandchildren. spent Christmas in Atlanta'isltingtheir tree in the Miss Jackie Alexander:: Mrs. ball manager. The Brannons
guests Mrs Bayless made gifts' for ribbons and gold braid were and Mr. Bridges attended the
at home following 6 and family Morgan and Mrs. Richard
eva Is now E. F. Aiken. daughter Inez
Ms recent Illness and surgery Members of the Keystone 2p.m.MELROSE every family. Nancy Buzz, Mr. and Mrs Eddy. They : .used down the aisle. attended Parks. M-s. Vincent Radtke games.
said "Receivingthose Terri Lee Larimore Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barker
grandaughter Miss
at the Naval Air Station in''Fire Department and their; had been down with the flu but kept the bride's book.
the of
beautiful things was her sister as maid and daughter Martha of El-
Jacksonville. We are glad to guests celebrated with dancing were- better In time for Christmas The couple are planning on
of the day. The articles Vicki Miller dred Pa. the Christmas
highlight and Miss spent
report that he Is feeling much I and breakfast at the fire house I Mrs. Emily Heath, Mrs. hoivor. a 'belated! honoYI1o1In! : Flor
By Joyce Rower were knitted, crochetedor bridesmaid. They 'wets holidays with Mr. and Mrs! .
better of this writing. Year's Eve. ; mother was also visiting was are rsiding *
as on New .. .. Mrs. Bayless hooks Eddy's velvet ida next summer. They Charles Pardee of Lake Gen.
-- sewn alike in red
Mary Howell Is now Albert .oacn- and returned here with the gowned
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. them In Tacoma Wash.
I& -cro hetsriJgs:dyeing the length empire: gown with eva. While here they enjoyed
at home following a holiday entertained friends with Norwoods. Mr. Norwood was in floor attended, Franklin
mann The bride
with her son homeon j fabrics she uses, and because long sleeves and high neckline. touring Busch Gardens and Cape
visit In Atlanta an open house at their 176 GET SHOTS jI Jacksonville on business last Pierce High School In. Tacoma,
than she
makes can
I she more used at Kennedy.
New Year'sEve. A pink satin bow was
and family. Lake Geneva on Friday.
graduatedfrom
Miss Miriam Fitzpatrick of Mrs. Bachmann's sister, 176 people in the Melrose 1 use, there are usally some Mr. and Mrs. E, W, Revels the bodice.The attendants: wore Wash. The. groom High School, Chuck Pardee Jr. phoned his
nice items for sale. Keystone New from
Norfolk Va. Is a guest at the Miss Helen Dittmer, assistedthe area received diptherta Inoculations very were called to Alma, Ga. by white satin ribbon as a headpiece In the parents on Year's
Smith arrived served three years
William A. tils home In Del Monte Calif.
home of her brother-in-law and Bachmams in caring for at the Home Demonstration the sickness of her brother, and carried white camaUons In Vietnam ,
I home from Camp Lejeune Ma- Army with 1V4 years Since: Chuck has returned and
sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold their guests. Club building on Dec. 30. ... A. W. Aldrich before Christmas ''with red balls In the lineman .
a
rine base in North Carolinathe and Is presently retired from service
Sutton of Little Lake Keystone. Scott Hayes, of Jacksonville According to Mrs. E. Barlett, He has Improved and is center tied with white satin military ,
week before Christmas. He with electrical power is in the insurance
a le engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gal- spent last week with his grand- the number of volunteers exceeded out of the hospital now. streamers.
lop and Marshall Jr. were in parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. the need, but the first and his parents Mr. and Mrs.W. Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Revels, Given In marriage by her COmP if'l1'. business and his wife Is in
ChristmasIn
Z. Smith spent jlectronlcs work.
Atlanta last weekend visiting Haynes of Lake Geneva. to offer their services were: Jr. and children of Plant City; father the bride wore a fall
Jacksonville where they congregated -
with family and friends. En- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wlde- 'Iva Hillyer, Mrs. Aleene of the Revels for a Sea-
Mrs. Gal- Miss with members of the were guests _. .______ a ____ ,....__)Oo Mr. and Mrs Wm. W.
Mr. and now Mrs. Eleanor uu.uuuu.u.n,,
route home, gren, former Keystoners Adle Mrs Bobbins, from far and Din- few days last week. o""N """ "''''''''''''' 'o'OU'O'Y..v.r ger of Gulfport Fla., and former -
returned via Spartenburg in Newark Dela.,were Mrs.Elizabeth family near. James Rob- '
lop residing Schoeneman, Mr. and Mrs. DuPonters, spent the
to leave their son at Wofford New Year's guests of Mr. and Neale, Mrs. Christine ner Mr. was and Mrs.served Charles at the G.home Ward of bings went to Augusta. Ga. before News Notes Christmas holidays with Mr.

College. Mrs. M. J. Haynes. Mrs. Bartlett Mrs. Jerry Jackson, and children. Mr. and Mrs. Christmas, picked up 1 1'I and Mrs. Charles Smith.
The Lloyd Hendersons are Haynes' brother-in-law and Mrs. Connie Wise and Mrs. and his mother, Mrs. E. B. Watkins Mrs David Nelson talked with
Yeomans
Richard baby
now at home following Christmas sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Susie Preston. Kelle there and and Jimmy, came back, I By Helen Egan Ruth Ohlson by phone on

vacation In North Caro- Thompson, of Jacksonville According to the nurses, no daughter, were by for Gary who had been work- Christmas morning. Ruth Isnow

Una. The children enjoyed seeIng Beach, Joined the Haynes and incidence of the disease has from Chattanooga Tenn. came ing, and then went onto Del- HOLIDAY TEA official emblems and apron of settled in her new home
their first "white" Christ visit last in Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yeo- The James Cook home on his official office.Worshipful .
their guests for a been reported other than ray Beach to spend Christmaswith where, from her 15th floor a-
Bill the Hallman
mans and baby son, Andy. Drive was Master
mae weekend. and the two cases their and fam- East Lakevlew '
Dade County daughter
; artment, she looked out 6Tiuj;
i Mr. and Mrs.W.J.Plnonhave Mr. and Mrs. Haynes enjoyeda in the Pan-handle. There have was taken to the plant that ily, Judy and Carl Thomas setting for a delightful Christmas Introduced members of the families 11;I inches of snow. Her new

arrived from Lawrence, Kan. holiday visit with family and been several other shot clinics afternoon for his return to base and Lori. They enjoyed watching tea on December 39 from of the new officers, who ddress is Wilder Residences,

for a winter stay at their homeon friends on Christmas day at recently in Alachua's rural He called the next day to say he their granddaughter at 2 to 4 o'clock. Mrs. Roy Bridges being members of the Eastern 514 Humboldt, St. Paul, Minn.

Smith Like. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- areas. would receive orders for duty; her first Christmas Mrs.Wat- was co-hostess with Mrs Star have been the backboneof 5107.

Mrs. James Cook and Mrs. nold Bostwick of Neptune Beach. either in Okinawa or Vietnam, kins and Jimmy are visitingthe Cook on this occasion when service in the many fine

Roy Bridges entertained their Mrs. Haynes and Mrs. Bost DEPUTY SHERIFF but will return on leave start- Bobbins now. about 40 guests enjoyed the programs and financial supportfor

friends with a holiday tea at wick are sisters COMPLETES COURSE lea Jan. 7 before shipping out Mrs. Jo Strandberg spent festivities of the holiday sea the Masonic Temple.

Mrs. Cook's home on East Mrs. Phyllis Hussey is now to California. week in Ormond' Wives of the new officers KEYSTONE i
Christmas:
Lakevlew Drive on Tuesday, at home following! a holiday visit Deputy; Sheriff William Smith, Joann and Doug Brown trav- Beach with Dorothy Sam and son.The tea table was covered served a feast of Christmas
The guests In and sur- eled throughout the Northeast dark net over a goodies following the installation -
December 30. forty with family and friends who serves Melrose Charles Henry Butler All of with green
were Invited to call betweenthe Detroit. rounding areas, has Just com- visiting relatives. They were there for dark green satin table cover They were Mrs. Sarah
the family were
appointed hours of 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Starnes, pleted a 200 hour course called in New Hampshire, Bingham. Christmas Day. She came home The centerpiece was a five Hallman Mrs. Betty Sikes HEIGHTSDIRECTORY

4 p.m. The center table was of Penaacola, were holiday "Basic Law Enforcement", at ton N.Y.. and Long Island with Charles and family for a, point silver candelabra, with Mrs. Vera Ownbey Mrs. Jackie -

covered with a hand-made clothof guests of Milton's parents, Mr. the Police Academy in St. Aug- where they say their aunts. few days in Jacksonville and red tapers embedded In a red Weeks, and Mrs.Grace Keith.

green net appliqued with and Mrs. Raymond Starnes of ustine. The two and a half Mrs. Maude Case Mrs. Jeanne then home. During the past tissue ruffle. Silver compote! The new officers will presideat

poinsettias outlined in beads E. Lakevlew Drive. month course Included the studyof Rockwell, and brother Rob week,on Charles Louise and held nuts, mints and dates,, the January 13 Masonic meet-

and sequins over a green satin Mr. and Mrs. Ira Corey returned crime Investigation, finger ert Elchelsderfer.Mr. Paulette Strandberg. Paul Lee and large silver trays wen Ing at 8 p.m.

liner. Silver serving trays and home last week follow- printing, first aid traffic control and Mrs. C. A, Fon!I and Greg Strandberg of Jack- filled with holiday tidbits an BEAUTY SHOP

compotes were used to accent ing a two week's visit with patrol procedures and accident drove their daughter, Virginia,, sonville and Sam, Dorothy and sandwiches. Mrs. Donald Pang- NEW ARRIVAL

the traditional holiday decor- family and friends in Texas. reporting. Mr. Smith to visit her mother in la*. Charles Henry Butler of Or born and Mrs. Carl Roblin assisted Little Julie Christine> Beam's KEYSTONEBEAUTY

ations. Mrs. Ernest Melon of Mt. has been directly and indirectly in West Hollywood. They spec mond Beach have visited her. the hostesses In pour arrival was one day late in the

Mrs. Ray Farris and Mrs. Holly, N. J., will arrive Sat- involved in various aspectsof the weekend with' Mrs. An Pete, Joyce and George Barton ing tea for the first hour, and New Year at Alachua General SHOP

Roland Jr. poured tea and coffee urday for a visit with her bro law enforcement for the past Kalos. \ spent Christmas Day in Mrs. Ray Farris and Mrs. Er Hospital. The mother Nancy

from the silver service. ther-in-law sister, Mr.and 17 years. The most fascina Mrs. Lavell McGee enter- Tampa along with other rela- nest McLean assisted during tin McLean Beam, sent the good 1IIJIIII! JOfMSON.S o.r-

Out-of-town guests Included Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. ting was Ms association with a tained her daughters Mrs,,, tives from Starke. They all second hour. news to her Marine Corporal .'ersoaal flair ll.

Mrs. Bridge's daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Watson detective agency. W. C. Townsend, Mrs. H. L,. met for a family dinner. New Guests were pleased to mee husband Marshall Beam, now .,sat -.. Dwr' 71wm Of iM.abtaMw.

Hill Braimon, Jr. of Birming were in Savannah Ga. for a According to the deputy) ; drivers Smith and daughter, Cecelia,, Year's day Alene and Claude and visit with Mrs.Cook's holiday stationed In the DaNang area. Iotae- 'I'w..4d.. H: closed

'' tend to disregard the 35 from Cocoa over the holidays,, Fillmon of Tampa, Pat and guests Mrs.Thelma Webs Julie is the first grandchildof

mph speed limit and think All the family enjoyed a New Ralph Flllmon and children of ter of Coral Gables, who baa Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mc CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

nothing of going 50 mph through Year's Eve party; -at home. Tampa Lucille Tiny and Jim- many friends here, as she visits Lean and Mr. and Mrs William

Melrose. Verbal warnings have my Lovell. and Robert, Novice each holiday time. Mrs Beam, Jr. Proud great-

been the extent of action taken .varatvvvw..VVYWY.r' '' and Cheryl Ward of Starke were Cook and Mrs. Webster wen grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. CONCRETE!: PRCdUOTS

previously but after the first, dinner guests of the Bartons. friends for many years whet Williams Beam Sr., of Lake CALL OR SEEEdward's !:

citations and summons which Comanof the Cooks lived in Miami. Geneva.
W. O.
Mrs.
and BuildingS
require. appearance In court, INDIAN BEACH Mr.Jacksonville spent a few Corp. Beam sent a recordingtape
LODGEINSTALLATION to the family which arrived
Several warn- MELROSE Inc.
will be given. with
the holidays ,
during
't; We Put You in 1' ings have been Issued in Melrose (1..Ab ..... r.: ) days HELD Christmas Eve. in which 725 8. MAIN 172-tS44
V by the State Highway Pa- 871 Mlctiael H. Cfetttyrh. Robert and Jackie LanIer and Melrose Masonic Lodge No he expressed holiday greetingsto a.s.e..me.' JI"IeIoWa" .

trol, to individuals with expired 47S-J1T1 sons. 89! of Keystone Heights, belt all, and was still wondering
the Driver's Seat with Inspection Stickers. Duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrowshad its 1970 Installation of officer* about the arrival of the baby.

i\ past two and a half molls, & A AAA A_ their daughter and family. in the Masonic Temple on December Miss Leslie Beam daughterof UKfiulSKY

there have been five accidentsin the Fraslers .of Jacksonville 30. Past Worshipfu Mr. and Mrs. William Beam

I\ an Auto Loan which the autos were "tot- Happy New Year, folks, from as guests over the holidays. Master Jennings Murrhee officiated O..C. Carne Nursery
the occupants Mr. and Mrs. Klmborough at the installation care-
aled, however, your finally settled down, roll- r Thousands of plant
of these cars, amazingly\ were trig reporter. Seems everything spent the holidays with their mony; when family member) ri
A low cost auto loan puts you on only slightly I injured. is finally settling down son Sand family Mr. and Mrs. and friends of the Masons wen i Fruit Treee-Shade Trees

the road to car ownership with Those who are going on vacations again after the hectic holidays. Jack Kemp in Miami. speical guests. ErerrreeosiCamelllM
are requested to notify I have never seen so many Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Newly elected Worshipfu A Azaleas

r speed and ease. You can repay in .. Deputy Smith so that absented Saturdays and Sundays in two spent Christmas in Gainesville Master Ancll P. Hallman, wai MOST ALL IN CANS
.
monthly installments arranged to property may be kept under weeks, in my life I start- with toe Uigrasse family. They given the charge of the Lodge PLANT ANY TIME -
surveillance. Anyone requir- ed the New Year off on the visited their daughter in of Free Masons and escorted<

fit your ne.ds.There' ing emergency aid may call the wrong foot (not having a col- law, Mrs. Dorothy Bryant, In to the East with Past Worship.. Beautiful ROMS -

., Palatka Sheriffs Office, which umn last week) but since my Cedar Key this week and ate fill Master Murrhee. Past Master Laad.cspingP7a

no red tape in our friendly loan deport will contact Deputy Smith by typewriter is In the shop, 1 dinner on the dock. Gilbert Reed was Installing: .. lt-U85
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car- Marshall and escorted each
radio. I'm hopIng -
ment. Your loan requeits get prompt, courteous have a good excuse.will be straightened penter spent Christmas day candidate to the altar for presentation W ML S. 8. of SUrke on
that things
attention. Come in get the auto loan fad. with Dolph and Red
KEYSTONE FEED MILLR. out pretty quick and back Shirley to the P.W. Master Hwy. 100 at. l'IeraJaGwIe

BANK L. Durbin, of Melrose,,. to normal. We have a lot of dish and family InStarke. Their Vinton Keeth was Installed at

A FULL SERVICE will assume management 01,, catching up to do, so here goes. other daughter and family, Mr. Senior Warden and escorted .

Feed Mill Inc.,. James and Mrs. David Ried of Jack- to Ms official position, as wen
IN GET ACQUAINTED the Keystone Christmas day, Mrs. B. E. MeKAY REALTOR
COME tV
sonville, Joined them. Mrs candidates, 1hb ,e
in Keystone Heights. Mr. Dur Sullivan of Wllliston, Mr. and each of the following : APPKAI3AX, EERVICBCSZN
associated -, and Helen Walker of Jacksonville Hector Ownbey, Junior Warden;
bin has been formerly Mrs. David Stegall Lamar
KEYSTONE STATE IANX with Red Rose feeds at I Lisa of Wllliston, Mr. and Mrl.I spent last weekend with the the appointed officers Installs I I* Ready For Your Meatgag. anise
Carpenters and Mrs. C. F. N' a1r7 PIINe
Territory Sales Manager Hit I Roy Crenshaw, Joan and Jerryof were Leamon Ward, Chaplain;
Me..bee F.D.LC. Z.yat... Height*, !'la. interest however, tends mon I Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Shawver has been visiting them. Marshall M. Strickland Marshall 7nn : HOUSE DEC; 11 .

toward the field of animal nutrition -, Wayne Hersey of Theressa and Mrs. Ruby Dyal and Mrs.Eunice ; Homer Slices Jr., Senior I Every Tues % >. COME t+ TO OEM: Uf YQC M.L"a

*Yer FrleaJly I Beak la 'YerCtmmmmltj. 1M.sa11y which Involved formulating -, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chltty; of Miller of Gainesville spent Deacon; Joseph C. Weeks,
suited to Individual of the Christmas day with the Jack Junior Deacon; an Ward Bes
rations Starke
were guests
r Millers. During the day they sette, appointed SenforWarden' ,, :
producers to overcame I CMttys. I was about to forget Tm1 i .
the various problems encountered -, Christmas Eve night. We had talked to Don and Nell Thome As each candidate: was Installed i r :- -
A in Hawaii The Thomas will he with Mi _
.- in livestock production: .. the Hubert CMttys. Buddy and be home in was presented I
February.
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Arthurine Blanchard In Jack- spending a few days with them. and Mrs. Clark, Starke. 'Mra. E. J. Putney, and a cou-:
NEWSAfter LAWTEYBy \ sonville.Mr. Sgt. James II. Moore has returned In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mamie Futch spent the sin Mrs. Sadie Maddox In
and Mrs. Otis Boyettof to ,Fort Hood Texas Clark visited Mrs. Clark.s molast two weeks with her daugh- Jackaonv1De.

Lake City were New Year'svisitors where he is stationed after a
a holiday break, the SMALL FRY BASKETBALL EMU Blanehird of their son and daugh- week's visit with his parents. .3.3Air

Starke Recreation Departmentwill This year for the first time flttflsr n snn sarna.. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
resume its scheduled program we have offered! a basketball SCHEDULES Boyett, Cheryl and Angela. the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.

beginning this week. program for boys ages 8 and 9. CHURCH Grace Methodist: Sunday Lisa and Sherry Tate of Sparta John Wyrick In Tallahassee Business Directory

CONTRACT BRIDGE In this program the 'boys will Ga. were Friday overnight returned on Saturday.
This program resumed holding not participate regularly as school 9:45: a.m., Worship ser- guests of Cheryl and Angela.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, Leo-

weekly meetings. Tuesday, league teams but will 'be givenan vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. and Mrs. Frank Cruce nett and Greig and Mrs. R.W. '
Jan. 6. The club meets each opportunity to learn the MYF, 6 p.m. Choir practice spent Thursday with their son- Mosley Sr. visited Mr. and ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
Wednesday 7 p.m. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyal in Fort Buck- Equipment
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the basic fundamentals of basket school
Pratt St. Center and ia open ball. These boys are meeting 9:45 First a.m.Baptist, Worship: Sunday services Mrs. Tommy Llnzy, in Gaines- er, Ala. Conditional MUSTANG ]
ville. Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradleywere Heating By
to the public.CERAMICS 'each Monday and Wednesday 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Train- Mrs. Bonny McClellan and Saturday supper guestsof General Electric Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc.
afternoons 3:30: to 5 Union 6:30 Midweek .
p.m. ing : p.m.,
children of Jessup, Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Brad-
The Ceramics program trill Boys 8 to 13 who would 7:30.
service Wednesday
ages
: Inc.
Ross's Sheet Metal FORD
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McClellanof ley and son Jacksonville,and Gainesville's Dlceonat MobBo :1
nesume .twlce weekly classes on like to take part in the basket Church of God: Sunday School Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randal Bradley Gainesville -4520 N E. 18tn Ter. Farm Tractors ft Implement Home Sale Let.

Monday, Jan. 12, A class will ball program may still registerat 10 a.m., Worship services McSweat at the State Farm joined them. Tel. 376-8282 USED EQUIPMENT NEW MOON CAPELLA
<
be held each Monday' evening the recreation office. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE visit- ....- PART SERVICE
during the week. Konny Mr. and Mrs. V.F. Helken BRONZEWOOD '4
from 7 to 10 and on Wednesday OPEN AFTER SCHOOLWe Thursday 7:30: p.m. and AUTO SALES 4488 N W 6th Ph. 376-2548
ed with them on Friday spent the holidays with their Low Monthly Payment a.
mornings from 9 to 12. In addition want to remind all boys Highland Baptist: Sunday
his returned home with sons-in-law and
family daughters,Mr. GARDEN SUPPLIES I 48i M. W. 11th S78-1348 -
the ceramics room will and girls. grades 1 through 6. School 11 a.m., Worship services and Mrs. William Alt. Fort BRASINGTONCADILLAC .,

be opened under supervision that the Pratt St. Recreation 11 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. him.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Wayne, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. OLDSMOBILE
Monday. Tuesday Thursdayand Center Is open each afternoon Choir practive 6 p.m., Prayer and Mrs.Chuck I MUSIC
Moore were Mr. Louis Mallea in Detroit, Mich. SALES .* SERVICE John on & Fans Inc. -4
Friday mornings from 9:30: alter. ;school until 5:30 p.m. for meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Moore of Lake City on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earnie New- Floe Selection of Used Can .'

to 11:30.: supervised recreation. and Mrs. P.C. Todor and Scott some of Thressa visited his SEEDS- PLANTS BALDWIN
LADIES SPORTS NIGHT Mrs. A. D. Dobbs has the Taken O. Cadlllaa Trade

The Recreation Department N. A. M. ElectsV. heartfelt sympathy of her I .,-. ".- 4IIh"' ''' '''- .--"""' --- --"---' 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S301 lDectlelde-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS PUNOS- ORGANS
'w"w 'v'-
friends in the loss of her sister -
'will offer a weekly Sports; Night > CHOKaCVTHIAKTUTS-
Mrsr Viola Byrd, in Jack- Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Rent Fertiliser Spreader
for women. The program will SEEUSFOR We
'toe supervised by Mrs. Jean \ \W. Keeler sonville who passed .away on 4 224 N.W. 8th Ph. J7S47 .hCJISMUSECIO ::

Loper and will meet at the Monday, Jan. 5. rf

Recreation. Dept. on TempleAve. Board Chairman Christmas Mrs. O. with J. Phillips Mr. and spent Mrs. 1 f $ EXTRA CASH 4 wheel! drive and oars MATERNITY WEAR O'vllle Shopping Ctr. $72-535 .

each Thursday evening Coleman Phillips and family $ i Sales Parts Service .J
starting January 15. ladies '
will be able to get that You needed in Macclenny. On Friday Mr. (. Clean Used Toyotas FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE I MOVERS
and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and t 1700 N. Main 976-1268
exercise through participationin sons; Mr. and Mrs.James PhilI I I ; Don't let a lack of money 4 A FULL LINE OF Long Distance Moving

sports and games such as lips and daugher of Starke, and Lingerie Dresses Slacks Storage Packing
volleyball deck tennis table Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and : worry you. If It's for a f; Beauty Academy Tops .Bermudas Bathing. Suits I Crating Shipping :

.games.tennis, badminton and other family dinner with gathered Mrs. P fora illJps family, I.j. 'II:; worthwhile purpose, we'll POWELL'S EXPECTANTLYYOURS i Free Estimates CaUHILL'S '

WOMEN'S EXERCISE CLASS Mr. and Mrs. B.: E':.Reddish 4 loan J
arrange a personal
Beginning January 20 this de. spent Wednesday to Friday of A Beauty Academy INC.
partment will.offer 1 Van Service Inc. :
an exercise : Christmas. week with Mr. and to meet your needs, with
class: for women at the PrattSt. Mrs. J. 0..' Pons and family in $ ) Learn a Profession In Your 708 W. University. Opp. S.F.JJC. 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUl

Center in 'the mornings 9 Tallahassee. j terms to fit your budget. Spare Time. Full or part Time 372-4271
to 10.SENIOR. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter "" 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 -

BOYS BASKETBALLA spent the holidays with his sis- i MEN'S W ARSTAG'N .
CALL OR VISIT US TODAY t
meetingwill be held:: Thurs. ter and brother-in-law, ELECTRIC MOTORS

day night, Jan. 8. at the Recreation and Mrs. Kern Frank, in Lake4'" 4 DRAG
office to form a basketball land, Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Carroll jk. -- Loans Up To $600 ELECTRIC 7oic.t

league for high school in Ruskin, and Mr. and V Griffin Bolt .

:boys. The meeting. will begin at Mrs. Dee Sheldon In !Naples; 4 I TOWN FINANCE CO. Motor Repair Co. ,I. Arrow Shirt Flonhelm Dee
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Dun-
7:30 P.m. All teams must havea
W. W. KEFLEK Formal Rental
in V Gainesville Inc.
can were Tallahassee visit- > Of ,
MEN'S representative CAGE LEAGUEA on hand. Chairman of the Board ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A 226 N. TKMPI.E AVE. STARKE Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear 666

National Association of E, W. Duncan during the holl- j New and Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY
meeting 'to form a men's
basketball league will be :held :Manufacturers days. iOiII AMiss ),....+............. S816 N. W. 11th Ph. 37Z-M1S aid GAIN VILLII: MALL
Enza Blanchard spent
Monday evening, Jan. 12. at! 8 ,V. \v. Keeler, Chairman of -

p.m. In the recreation office. the Board and Chief Executive I
All teams planning to enter the !I fF'A. !f;
Officer. Phillips Petroleum
BEGGS
league should have a representative .
in attendance. Company, Bartlesville. Okla.. = .J. 'i"l \ # I41IIAD-I Service

BANTAM: BOYS BASKETBALLThe wa elected 1970 Chairman of I I ,J: T ., 4 :

boys who are partlc'pa.tlng the Board of the National Association -| t' ,. !: *
______- :=;= _.1 '
in the Bantam Basketball of Manufacturers by = = b .. 1&n:1 ... .....

Program are practices! each the Board of Directors at tfenrto
Tuesday and Thursiay after
AU5 .JJI -
NAM'a 74th Annual Congressof "
noons, 3:30: to 5 p.m. League American Industry in New -. J.tJU4 WA1CTBD Laundr PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM' cleaner reconditioned Used Can -

play will begin in two weeks York.W. CLAIJSIJI'UD! AD RATES worker. Kitchen add, labor- $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. Ml N. Waldo
.
wKh the schedule:: being announced AND USEDSALES.PARTS.SERVICE__ ..
era, cottafa parent. watchman name brands to choose from. I .11ItI
next week. W. Keeler began his oil Up to 15 word US cook and clerk*. ground- Parts & excellent repair aU INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

vvmyyvvvvyvvvyyyvvvINDIAN industry experience in 1924 at (Minimum chrf) I keeper. truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson1 House of Fir HomeowiMn FOR SALE 196 VW-1300

the age of 16 with summer Vacation Z-II wont ov.r 1ft .. .01 day week. eight hour day, Water Softeners &: Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Oalnej- LIFE & ACCIDENT model 50 hp. Low mileage
work in the company's CU.U. retirement. vacation, Expert Service On yUle) 376-7110. tfohg : good condition. $.,075. Phone
BEACHLake engineering department.' During Extra charge If not sick: leave If Interested please All Makes ..,.tou. HolghU 47S-44M 964-6010. tfchgGAINESVILLE

succeeding summers he paid la Advance J4Memorials apply in person ?Peronn l PlnmbtBg Service DID YOU KNOW it's easy to

( bate Fe) worked in the Burbank oil field! Manager Sunland TrainIng Phone 964-7061 own a Longchamp Home?
By: Michael n. ChlttyPta. Center Gainesville JT" *. MEW! WANTED Men cottage
E..oluoaa Better built for F rfa: living
of Oklahoma for the natural
475-2171 An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP Yow plans or ours parents age over 21. Starting
gasoline department and in the 7 onto p.r word AND SUPPLY CO. pay: S329 month, promotion opportunities
.. .. Your lot or our*. Contact flu-
& & &&. && &&&&- .
resc l.rcp'.de larHnent l borjftd) .1 JJ1 i .i ji \11'.11. ford Mitchell.; phone C64. and' regular' Increases

ries. Rising through/ the ranks CARDS OF THANKS! 6853 P 0 Box 238. Ptarke. in pay 8 hour day S
(From Preceding Page) INSURANCEAT day week, sick leave vacation
he has served! as president SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
BO word or !_ l.CO I Letters REDUCED RATES t1"-.1 stite retirement." If Interested,
Si
and chief executive officer since Numbers for Interior
Jeff Miller has been going to AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please apply in person Personnel
Each word BO __ .It and exterior use. All shies: co
1967. On ovw
July 10. September
Dr Todd in Jacksonville withan lors. Bradford County Tele DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Manager, Sunland Training Oentr. -
Injured knee. He had an 9. 1968 he was elected chairman INSURANCE AGENCY OnlneavlUe. Fla. N _
graph. tf
old football injury and then and chief executive officer. (dna SUN SPORTS An equal opportunity employer.

hurt it again playing soccer. Although of a pioneer Bart- OFFICIAL .
Well folks, that seems t.obe INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS
: from $99.50to MOORE BOAT FOR .
all of the holiday news so I lesville family, Keeler was born Open Dally 8 AJVI. .5:10: P. M. $t25' Take the drudgery out BAIRD YOUR MONEY WANTED: Used Wrin r-19'uIt. -

will add the little bit of fish- April 5, 1908, at Dalhart, Except Saturday 8 U Noon of naper work.-Bradtord Coun- er. Will pay cash or take in
!tark4t Ph. 64579IComplete
ing news. Maxie M thIs of Texas, where his parents were HILL'S GARAGE tv TMpgraoh. _tf Mobile Homes trade on anything. DAHMER'S.

Gainesville has been fishing temporarily located in conn'ction NEW and USED Outboard *: Stern
in Little Santa Fe and doing with his father's cattle Keyitone Height SEWING MACHINE cleaned, Drive Service and Repair. M4-7923. U..

real well with the specs. lie Telephone 47:1-4'115: oiled\ l and adjusted in your 8-10-12' WideGalnearllle Complete Fibergla Repair. I
business. After graduation WILL BUY: Used AppllanOM.
catches his limit most of the home $3.00. Vacuum clearer Custom-built F1be"lI..e I
from Bartlesvillo high schoolin MIMOSA MANOR I Furniture. TV'., 8".... any-
time. Roy, Alan and Glen Griffin repairs also. All work guaranteed. Good Quality Fishing Boat.
MOBILE HOME rMnw of value. DAHMXIfS.
PARK -
he entered the University I
of Griffin's Lodge have been 1926, Dennis E. Coggins, Phone Reasonably Priced I
Trailers and
Spaces For Rent I
catching them also. Alan and of Kansas engineering Phone 994-7498 i 431-1428._t chQ'I Gainesville 37R-278K SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
..tfchg -
Glen got 54 specs in two hours school. He joined Phillips per- I I I BUY. SELL. TRADE: Ud Letters. all lzes. color. Perm
A. :J. Thomas Registered .Serviced.' Guaranteed and ,,
one day, 35 and 23 other days manently in 1928, and held i Estate Broker Real. Delivered In fltarke Area Furniture Appliances! Toys anent, for use on wood, gina, S..E. 2nd Are. &
since
near the pass. They caught down a full-time job in the refinery ille Bron I 1953. Specializing Tool*. Wimberly'. Trading plMtle. paoer, metal, leather, 2nd Street
14 schooling bass one afternoon in appraisals for estates NO EXTRA COST I Pout, 7434 BlaoMUnc Blvd., ANYTHING! -Bradford County .
Elmer at Kansas City, Kansas. corporate and individual Near Post Office
Crosby caught US 441 N. 4SOZ NW 13th Jacksonville. tfdhg Telegraph. tt I.
25 specs one day last week. while continuing his studies at owners Thirty years experiencein Oalnenvllle JTI.-57*J Open 'Til.8 P.M..

Shipmans Camp reported sev- the university Florida Land Matters. 205 N. EZERASE TYPEWRITER ,

eral catches. Bruce Keller 25 Combining his industry Career Temple Ave.. Starke Fla., Tel. PAPER, Mlmeo Paper Bone '

specs; Mr. and Mrs. Terry with that of public service 3B4-S701. tf FAYES' FABRICSFirst quaL Paper. Notebook Filler. _
Watley 38 specs; Mr. and Mrs. Volkswagen Ity dress! drapery, upholstery nrndfnrd Cnuntv Telecriph. WANTED LISTINGSOn
Gus Stollard 40 specs; Mr. and Keeler served the federal EXPERIENCED WAIT E S S material. Not'oni. mill ends' MARY Homes and Acreage. Buyer

Mrs. Bobby Quinn 36 specs; government in various capacities New & Used /.O)", wanted. Good pay Apply In per. s?con:?5. Metal zippers lOc to FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom Waiting. Strout Realty Reg.

Dick Cottingham 30 specs; is active in many civic, Sales Service eon at Longhorn Restaurant U. :30c. Week days 10 to 6; Fri trailer outside city limit Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.

Frank Atwell, 15 specs seven religious/ and trade groups, and S. 301 South. tfchg day. Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday GARTER J. B. White, 84- 114. tfchg Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.
bass; Mr. and Mrs.Joe Coxwell 1 Ml. North Of TW Mall 1 to 6. On 301 l'ia miles Northof
33 for many years Ket-ler who is:\ GAINESVILLETAXIDERMY FOR RENT: TV set, baby TELEDYNE EXPLORATION
specs; Gordon McAllister WMdo on :301. tfchg
20 specs; Mr. and Mrs. Dick of Cherokee Indian extraction, beds elee. guitars, amplifier I COMPANY, will conduct a Vi-

Jarvis 27 specs; J. H. Pear- has been active in welfare and refrigerators: day or week. DA. SERVICE Small appliancesat PAINTS brose is survey In search of oil

son and M. M. Hayes caught educational work among restricted HMEH'S. 9M-7923._tf-chg Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. CAMPER and gas along hlway: No. 18.

35 bass in 3 days on artificial Indians. lie was Call St. Phone 934-5311. ttchy I 121. 100 and 16. beginning at Ft.
FOR RENT 3 Bedroom unfur-
Rugs-Flsh-Blrds-Gaineheads SALES White Fla. and conducting
lures. C. A. Rodibaugh
founder and is a trustee of the "'stole is still catching around 50 Chaz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo northeast to Lake Butler then
bass Cherokee Foundation. lie was tel Fla. Starke on 301Ph.. 964-74)0!) or 19.95- Bradford County Telegraph. southeast to Starke and eastward
Starke. ,
per week.That's 5t chg 1-29 2*20 Waldo Road
all for this week,folks. appointed Principal Chief of .WaHo. 468.1222: between 8.4. Ph. 964-6308. rE1PAPER Gainesville 378-M91 through Penney Farm

See the Cherokees in 1949. and Green Cove and
you next week lEART FOR RENT 2 Apartments FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse Authorized Dealer Springs
I ending at St. Augustine, Fla.V'bratora .
:both furnished call 964-64161 ; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central "Starcraft"! "Dreamer"
after 3pm. Itchg heat alr-oondltkmiiur. Cori "Wheel Camper" point locations will beavailable
HAS
to the public throughthe
> lot Phone 9S4-53B7. tMig Travel Trailer Track
r
EVERYTHINGSTARKE FOR SALE Registered Pole office of The State Oeolog.
Camper Fold D_..
Herford bull 2 years old. Also FOR RENT Nicely furnishedone I 1st. Tallahafiee. Fla. tfchff
SALES .A SERVICEFOR
some register' Angus bulls.
for
___ qoe1te4t1yemDyI / 964-6114 tfchg bedroom apartment Very UTodl AM
settled person or couple. No Modem

qo44va Phone 964.6S1g PRICED RIGHT.... 2 bedroom children or pets. Lights and WE MAKE RENT Kingsley Lake 3 bedroom dwelling, wall to
_
I .f. frame house to be moved 6 water furnished $50 per month. New brick duplex partmnte. wall carpeting, drapes. Elee.Refrlg. .

'rZEKI NKI'VY" miles S. of Starke on Slaclea old Phone 964-7983. Itchg Phone 964-5391 or 984-7788 Mer- .. Washing machine and!

I :HENRY:: farm. Contact Truby Slade for TREATING DEPARTMENT- KEYS 'tt Williams.! tfchg other items of furniture., utility -
i VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY. Information. ltp carport and paved drive
MASTER Add Traning! $2 per hr. Probable i FOR RENT -Furnished apart
Machines with
,
GRADY n'Rht' shift, with shft! differential I II way. Reasonable down payment -
ments. Also house for ale in
subtraction. SPECIAL. this:!
$8.98 8-TRACK TAPES, only and 15 years on balance
!. Able to read. write and LE-ChiCke fertilizer Small down payment.W. .
FOR country.
:1 month only. $69.95. ideal for $3.98 with your trade at DAM \ A. J. Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-
HOTEL 10 elementary math. All com-
home or light office work. 'MAR'S Discount House. I I 'elivered! and spread. Clean out H. Nollman. tfchg '701.
ir benefits. Apply SouthernWood
ull
rl Bradford County Telegraph. U panv any type chicken house. Put
_4tchg 1.291 I Preserving Co.. Baldwin.Fla. raw djst: back in house. WU FOR LE-Large lot 110 ft. DISHWASHER WANTED Apply -
9t1f 4J.I.IM citI pzdeope4seqo 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 3tchg 1-22 Prevatt 4681987. 4tp 1-15 x 110 f. 'm'*e city limits. City In
J { SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE: FARMALL 100. bur wabr and electricity. Ideal for person at Longhom Restaurant. -
high clearance Tractor' with RENT 2 bedroom furnish. u. S. 301 south tfcha
FOR
( Largest elcUon from which Antique: Large Collection! house trailer or house. $850.
to Pfaff cultivator and fertilizer distri ed apartment. on 708 N. LakeSt.
choose. Necchl. Nelco. bottles, furniture, glass Hard- Phon SB4-4M10. tfchg CHRISTMAS LAY-A-WAYS
The ultimate in downtown convenience. Closest to .' New Home" tt Universal. butor. Also 4-cylinder Jeep en Phone 964-6937 tfchg ware. Variety all kinds. We LEFT UNCLAIMED
Phone 964-6343 after 6p.m. : FOR SALE lot
gine. Large corner
Atlanta Merchandise Mart theaters; In center REPAIR ALL MAKES. I FOR SALE-2 bedroom trailer. Buy & Trade. Come out & SEWINO MACHINES. We hare
Itp 110 ft. x 110 ft. lr'de city lim-
of the finest shopping area. Beauty and Barber Shops. Orlffla! Old .two SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC
: browse around.
National Call 964-S749 964-5826.
or
Sewing its. Septic tank good lawn,
Theater Secretarial and Shopping Services.Beverage I
,
ZIG-ZAGS. Christmas -
Post. 2V4 miles Northon They were
FOR RENT Furnished 1 bed 3tchg 1-22 Trading
shrubbery, concrete slab, city
and ballroom "
store Sundries stand.Superb meeting
Machme Co. tfchg lay-a-ways: never picked
301. Ph. 964-7289.
\ room house. 308 South Water Will
electricity. and
facilities. All air-conditioned and with TV.4r.t water gas.
rooms
Itchg FOR SALE Wooden Venetian up. customers ]left are*. We are
Ill St. 2nd conc"elelab for
W. Ualvcrtltr Ave. 374-1151 : Experienced: typist by lay, pour unable to locate them. You can
New Motor La..y-clriv.right into the blinds good condition $1.00 house t-aller. $AM. Phone 964-
hotel. Reasonable rates w) HELP WANTED Permanent each! 28"-34"-38"-44", inside in, hour or week. Permanent or 6610. tfehof, have these machines for the
List your rentals with' me. residential position. All company benefits. stallation. Mrs. Renner Ph. "empira'-y.: Hours to suit. Rt. I 'balance' of $87 each. Cash or

Downtown at PeacMrtt I Cain Sis. or commercial.! A. .1. Minimum starting rate 2.00 964-6278. tfchg: Bex 361 Kingiley. Lake Ph. FOR 8'LE-70 Acre Farm H1"AV rmv f A oar month. phone:

,k I' -'> P.O. Box 1411 Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. hour. Apply Southern Wood I : 533-2381. Itchg < frorvtaie. 120.000 cash. Call Jack K>1 vllle COLLECT 3S3-1M4

'r_ Phone 404/924-3211 TFC Preserving Co., Baldwin.' Fla. EUNICE NURSERY I I Luwtey. Fla. Henery Hodgei.7OTM4W. ANYTIME. ieoa Main street.
8 a.m. ,to 4 p.m. 3tchg 1-22 I Pers.mmon Pear and Plum FOR SALE Select Northern Itp!! ..J"chonyme.1"tor1d." *. wm deHver. .
4 .E'TA.t7Ie.A3'TT- O1T.A.I: }. LOUNOm WANTED8teaody, cook afternoon ; trees. Satauma and Kum/qua.t. tcb white quail (breeders). Aln '--- no oblivion. tehg 1.29

2 to 11, 6 days a week. FOR SALE-1966 Che veil, Super Ornamental shrubs, all types. Tennessee R :is. Tennessee FOR RENT Furnl hed 2 Bed- '

ATLANTA, GEORGIA Apply in person at Longhorn Sport. 396 engine 4 speei. Best 2 mi. north of Lawtey on Hlway I Blonds: and Button quail. E. R. oom Noise, 426 West Jefferson PAYROLL KNVZlOnS.

Restaurant US 301. offer. Call Henry Thornton Jr. 301 turn at sign Phone 732-3465. I Bower Rt. I Bx 206, Branford *)53 Month. Call Melroae, 47V OrslSacd County Telerraph.IAPH .

South.tfchg 964-7072. UP I tfchff Fla. 32008. Stchg 3-26 1322. TPC Pk. .U4-43SL .
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Higher Social Checks }. ......"....-...,..n. .\..\\ Security .J.-
::1 Social SecuritySocial

To Start Coming In AprilSome v I Armed Fcrc&s N&va A&&&* i Security; beneficiariesneed

1#. not apply for the 15 per
-

reUef will come :in April To guard- against this! result. V r 1 :w..t.1' "- '} >: OUR SERVICEMEN t!:: cent signed benefit Into law increase by President Just

fo >the nation's 25 million) Social : of the 25
.
Congress wrote Into the bill .a ... '.'. Nixon. "Every one
'
Security recipients who have (requirement that, in effect, all .v, 'rt' cc million men women and chil-

seen their monthly payments: double peclpents must get at Marine Private First Class covery operations following dren now on the benefit rolls

dwindle in purchasing power least a $4 raise AS. a result of) Daniel L. Davenport, son of the Hurricane Camille will receive the increase auto-
due to Inflation In recent years. the benefit Increase. It also ) Rev and Mrs. John P. Davenport He is serving with a Naval matically" Robert M. Ball

The 15 per cent across-the- says that the :retroactive pay of) 28 Westmoreland Trailer Mobile Construction Battalion commissioner of Social Security -

board Increase, voted by Con check for January and: February Park, Starke graduated at the Mississippi Seabee Cen- said today. "The first reg-
gress :was effective January I, J', ular check in the new amount,"
mast be disregarded by the from the Electrician Course at ter In Gulfport, Miss.
'but the Ball said, "will
mechanics of changingthe states In Commissioner
: computing! ths income the Marine Corps Engineer
!payout, are such that retires of) welfare recipients. School at Camp Lejeune, N. C. arrive April 3, the usual day
workers, wives widows, disabled for delivery of benefit checks
The course dealt with elec. Airman Roger M. Crosby,
persons, and others who covering payments for the
trlcal generator Nick Crosby
theory, oper-
son of Mr. and Mrs. "
A
receive will Social not actually Security get payments extra Welfare Payt. The Christmas Story ation and wiring procedures.U. a member of Rt. 2.of Starke a unit, that Fla..has Is month check of in March.the amount separate of the

benefit increase for the monthsof
cash In hand until the S. Air Force Sergeant Roy earned the U.S. Air Force Out-

March paycheck which Is received Total $#7,874 Children of the First. United MethShown above are Elise Johns, Dan- W, Tyre Jr., son of Mr. and standing Unit Award. reach January beneficiaries and February later will in

about April 3 and will odist Church present th. Christmas! ny Durnham, Paul Farabee, Mark Mrs. Roy W. Tyre Sr., Keystone Airman Crosby a radar operator April, probably during theweek

carry about a month's In. Here In Dec. story! as told in a child's W.J9 by Vic- Burnham, Eddie McGee. Paula Kay Heights. Is on duty at Takhli in the 932nd Aircraft Con- of April 20.Refiguring.
crease. A second check:, to be at
and Warning Squadron
received at the same time, will kie Carver at the annual Christmas Anderson, Kelli Carver, Krlstle Johns, Royal Thai AFB Tyre, Thailand.Is aircraft trol Fockville Aircraft Control and the benefit a-
Sergeant an
25 million
mounts of the men,
cover the retroactive raise: for party. and Chaflene Sawyer. mechanic in the 44th Tactical Warning Station Iceland will women and children now on the
Public assistance payments
January and February. Fighter Squadron, a unit of the wear the distinctive service benefit rolls is a tremendous
Congress approved a 15 percent totaling $47,874 went to 1,268 ribbon to mark ids affiliationwith
Include Malathlon, Llndane, Pacific Air Forces, headquarters task, Commissioner Ball pointed -
I Increase: la all benefits. Bradford County residents! in for air operations in South. the unit. out and it must be done
35 Pesticides On Restricted List Sevin (substttut for DDT), ,
December statistics
This means that the average released, according by Florida to Divis ; Dlazlnon, and Chlordane.Hugglns ( east Asia the Fan East and Ills unit was accomplishment cited for distinguished in- without disrupting the regular
: :
monthly payment to a retired!
Pacific Ha benefit cycle.
previously
worker, now slightly more ion of Family Services in Jacksonville gardeners said who that have some been home using ved at Reese area. AFB, Tex. ser the tracking intercepting, and About payment one out of every eight
than $100 will go to about $116. Permit Required After January 1 identifying of non-NATO air-
Paris Green and Lead Arse- The sergeant graduated lit flying Americans is now receivinga
craft approaching or
For couples, the .
averaga: pay- would 1965 from Keystone Height.sHI"h social security check each
Payments Include those made nate for pest control through the Iceland Military Air
ment will from
go $170 to $196. Commissioner Ball
School and attended month
St.
The minimum old: age pay to' the aged, blind disabled Permits will be needed after terial is needed before applying have to of obtain these permits materials for, purchase but John River Junior College Defense Identification Zone, said. As of the end of December -

ment will Increase!!) from $55 to persons and dependent! chil Jan. 1, 1970 to purchase some for a .permit. could substitute of the despite extreme climatic con these monthly pay-

$64, and the special paymentfor dren. 35 highly toxic pesticides: including Under the new regulations. some ditions. ments totaled $2.2 billion and
restlrcted pesticides not Chief is unit of the
non- The 932nd a
persons 72 and: oldr. not that popular workhorseIn DDT will be allowed] for use on Navy Steelworker Joseph the monthly total will go up
fully qualified under, Social sec Over the state the welfare the field of pest control- six crops: cabbage, corn, cotton requiring a permit. A. Stein Jr., son of Mr. Aerospace Defense Command by $345 million to more than

urity, will go up from $40 for checks went to 303.515 persons DDT. peanuts soy beans, and Cattlemen will need a permitto A. Stein Sr.of Keystone Heights which protects the U.S. against. $2.5 billion as the 15 percent
and missiles.The
an Individual to $46. In each and: to-tailed: 9850.189 with the In order to obtain any of the sweet potatoes, and then only purchase sprays which con. was awarded the Navy Unit hostile aircraft increase becomes effective.

case, eligible couples receive state paying $2,261,786 and the materials on the restricted list with a permit. DDT cannot be tain toxaphene in. a concen Commendation Ribbon for his airman is a School.1968 graduate The average retirement benefit

50 per cent snore than the in- remaining 7588.402 was paid the farmer must go to his purchased for use with tobac trated form. Sprays containing participation in rescue and ze- of Bradford High of $100 a month will riseto
dividual rate. by matching Federal funds. county agent who will certify 10 per cent or less cf toxaphene $116 per month; a couple

Special ,'Provisions of) the bill that the applicant: is a "bona- co.Two of the most popular pesticides cpn be purchased /without a 65 or older receiving the ave-

affect special classes of Social Average payment per person fide user" and provide him that are now restricted permit but most sprays and are .. rage couple's benefit of $170,
sold In concentrated form
Security recipients. More thana was: aged $46.08 blind $56.42 !with an application form to be are Phosdrln. used by growers will have their benefit increasedto
million persons receive such totally disabled $54.38. and: dependent filled out and sent to the State of strawberries and leafy vegetables contain more than that I BHS $196; the average benefit fora

low payments that their needs children 2462. Department of Agriculture. and Parathion, used on amount.: Huggins said By-Lines family made up of a dis-

are supplemented from federal- Only 'when the applicant obtains leafy vegetables for control of Poultrymen are not greatly abled worker wife and one

state publicwelfare funds. In addition to welfare checks a permit from Tallahassee lice and worms. affected by the new restrictions: or more children will go up
except those who use calcium By Joyce Allen from $237 to $273 and
The states In setting: welfare many) recipients also benefit can he go to the supply Other commonly used mater ; ave-
Arsenate material for fly
payments take into accountany house and buy the chemicals. con- 4 rage payments for a widow
( from medical services purchas. ials that are now on the re. '
trol, the county agent said. and two or more children will
Income a recipient has. ed for them by the Division. Non-farmers will not be allow. strlcted list are: Methyl Bromide - "
'rise from
$254 to $292.
Accordingly except for a special Hospltalization and: prescrIbed ed to buy the restricted pesti. used in sterilizing!! soil Jan. 5th dents Wednesday.: Showing all
brought
all BHS students
provision :In the law a per. medicine services go .to recipients cldes at all.County for ,tobacco beds, as well as back: from Christmas holt types cf rockets and computers

son receiving both Social Security of Old Age Assistance. Agent G. T. Hugginssays used in weed killers and poisons days and ready! for school. concerning the space programAt r e

benefits and welfare payments Aid to Families With Dependent that any person with any for rodents and moles; The Nobel Prize in medicine Jan. 23rd the close of the assembly
will end
could wind up getting Children Aid to the Blind thing that grows. Including Dasanit, used in treating tobacco goes for research in of the third six mark the students were left with the hope:: A Pennsylvania attorney Is
,no benefit from the Social Security and ALI: to the Permanentlyand poultry and livestock:, must soil for wire worms and viruses. Some years ago, we weeks. Seniorsthis they could carry on and do noticed by the press for delivering -

raise. His welfare pay : Totally Disabled. Nursing have a permit to purchase the nematodes; and Kelthane, usedin assume, the medal went to means only 'three more six even better with space projects his own baby. The
ment couU be decreasedby restricted materials after Jan- the who discovered weeks until gi aquation.:! Bet way the world Is now a
: simply: t ; ho.mcare: is purchased for the control of red spiders. first man than their forefathers.
an equivalent amount, leav- uary 1. He advises farmers. Pesticides there were a lot of them, going .- you all can't wait. Can you? smart infant won't cry without
aged. the blind, and the dis : that are not restricted Until next week See you
An assembly given;! by NASA first.
ing him with the same monthly abled. livestock .growers, and poultry- and which may be substituted around. around campus. seeing an attorney
was presented to the BHS stu
income. men not to wait until the ma for some of the above



















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Total Assets At 08the ingN4e e-01'Fi LOj, o ..ej : 31' 1969190esg4.01

sal IIrraita, oan.
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prepaid F. 4 $2s4521.91
tate
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939 -- cc h'ed .si 18"36318

U IIte.e.t $2.503
s. Gov & ,IS.
,' tots 8.73
10&. l1 F7.. h lIIellt ''e lt
oriel. :
276.861.40
_'lt 50S, ,OtJer C Ollllt..... lIJ'ibe. ei"sb7e

19AA cuti S A.. IInJe; 1.00
Pal
011 liird Ulllllic. 2,03 .782.54 1.87"
,ft.., .... 1Ae.18o.. 1.89
404,131. 'OC' De., .
1, PI'011I 1,352,234,1B
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3i1101741.66 TO1'4L 4748 895A 2
it.IStOcIc Re, $q85T'632I9
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t'0b11It'al .
$ 331

\39.08 Re. ;d Pro,;"
A 387, he .
.., ltea r COlltin $3oo,0
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h'e .
for r "elleiea 62
1958 14re45 es $" "'"
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93 -Fria rcom. '9J
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THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND EMPLOYEESListed


below thank you for making the Florida Bank at Starke Your Bank and


for making this Growth PossibleRrene



M. Adkins Bookkeeper
Helen B. Drive-In Teller L. C. McCutchen, Maintalnence
Shirley M Bagwell Exchange Teller Crosby Ruth S. Johns Asst. Cashier
Denmark> Director S. Patrick Bookkeeper
S. G. Frieda B. Judd Teller Linda

Marvin Carol Baxley Brown Bookkeeper Asst. Cashier Helen E. Glasgow, Asst. Cashier Marcia G. Lee, Steongrapher S. I.. Peek Jr., Chairman and PresidentCarolyn

C. E. Hernwall Director Lovesta:: Macy Head Bookkeeper Ernest! J. Pnead, Director
Bruner
Bookkeeper
Charlotte P. Hoffman, Teller Kathryn Moore. Bookkeeper J. E. Tomlinson Cashier and Director

j Imogene R. Bryan, Bookkeeper Brip. Gen. Harold C. Wall Director






ONE OF 30 MEMBERS FLO RID A
NATIONAL GROUP OF OF THE BANKS FLORIDA JEFFERSON AT CLARK STREET/


MEMBER F. D. I. C. STARKE, FLORIDA

BANK AT I STARKE





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