Bradford County telegraph
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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 15, 1970
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:00436
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I "The Big Freeze of '1970"
rL started here Wednesday night

'tr of its central location and easy access to I f in the wake of a mass of arc-
e / Starke merchants, the Chamber of Commerce Boardof tic air that enveloped every

Governors decided Thursday, Jan. 8, to decline the ew i 'it state of the to nation a low, sendingthe 21-de-

city's offer to include its offices in the proposed city ',__ Qree mercury reading Thursday 'morn

hall complex. f i ing at the official weather
Chamber manager John My- and retain the present offices r i' '' I station in Starke. Friday's low

ers was asked to Inform the In a report to the governors 11.11 r tM was 20, Saturday's 21, and
city of the Chamber Board's on the Bradford Improvement Sunday's 28. Unofficial read-
decision. Committee, Bud MIzell exhibit- ings of 18 and 19 were reported -

The governors accepted a recommendation eded a color sketch, preparedby =,J Jt in the Starke area, and one
\ by the Chamber architect Don Morgan, of I r r unofficial thermometer, placedin
y executive committee that it retain a welcome sign like the com- a low spot at a home on
present location at Cal mittee is working on placingon SR-21 north of Keystone
and Walnut Streets in Starke. US-301 north and south of Heights, registered 14.
'i Besides the fact that the pre- Starke. Temperatures were reported
4 sent office is central to down- Measuring 12 feet square, the several degrees lower at the

yS' r -+ town Starke. Board MemberPat rustic looking sign will be I Camp Blanding official weather
Everett said that the Chamber brown with the wording burned station which is located in an
t H t should maintain a"separate into it and painted yellow. A area exposed to winds from all
t'Y______________ identity" from the city and big, red strawberry will adorn L : 1 3r ', directions. Thursday's low
county. the middle of the sign and pro- r t a I,! reading at Blanding was 18 degrees -
Manager Myers said City vide it focal point of Interest. Friday saw a dip to 14,
Weigh! of ice hroke limb from tree at home ofHert Councilman p.T. Nolin, chair- "Welcome to Bradford County Generously coated in ice. the Ttrandin r Iron hull stands as symbol Saturday brought another 14 low,

McGee on :N. Walnut Street where hose was man of a subcommittee to ," the signs will say. The of Bradford County's!' most nrolonsjed below freezing spell of this t .. cen and Sunday 24. Monday's low at
explore plans for a city hall words education recreation, Blanding was 30 degrees.
tury. Icicles did not melt from Wednesday! night till Sunday
left running overnight Friday.Corporation. complex first mentioned to him and industry will also be displayed Although lower temperatureshave

including the Chamber in the prominently as major been recorded here (13 in
complex. Myers said he also assets of the county. the freeze of 1894, and 11 in
FormedTo attended a meeting to discussthe Mizell said the signs will 17 Counties Dec. 1961) no more prolonged
complex, but told the Coun- cost $100 each and that do- freezing spell Is rememberedthan
cil at that time he could giveno nations of material or money last week's siege. From
answer until after the Chamber will be welcome.In Wednesday night through Sun-
More Tax
Board of Governors madea other action Thursday, the Pay day, the mercury remained below -
Promote LibraryAt decision. governors: 1 i freezing, except for brief
The Council proposed furnishing ,, periods around noon when tem-
office apace for the -Authorized manager Myersto Than BradfordSeventeen peratures rose to just above
a meeting held last Fri- after it is constructed, in order Chamber in lieu of the city's serve on any committee in 32, but not long enough to melt
day, the Bradford County Library to have a real county; library. annual $4,509() contribution to the county's Environmental
Building Committee, Several money-raising pro- the Chamber which would then Health Survey, but not to serveas of Florida's 67 ice.Though the bitter cold brought
Inc. was formed for the sole jects are already in the mak- be used on payments on the chairman of the county effort counties! pay higher valorem: back memories of the "big

purpose of constructing a county ing, and others will be announced complex debt. taxes than Bradford County freezes" of the 1890's, crop
library In Starke. Incorpor- from time to time, Myers recommended that -Was told by Myers that Gert according to a report releasedby damage was not comparable to
ation papers are expected to be Mrs. Saunders said. Mrs.Mona the governors follow the exe- II.I Schmidt, president of the the office of State Comptroller that sustained 70 years ago
filed this week by County Judge Canova has offered the use cutive committee's suggestion. Jacksonville' Area Chamber of Fled.: O. (Bud) Dickinson. when Starke and Bradford County -
T.A. Yawn. of a building at the corner of George Roberts made the motion Commerce, will speak at the i Florida's aJvalorem property had more than 10.000bearlng

Officers of the new corpor- (Continued on Page. Tour) to decline the city's; offer' annual s banquet set, ,Jan. 29.Commissioner has.been assessed at S15.1 bil citrus trees, 200,000 "in
ation are: Charley E. Johns, lion for 1969 an' increase of position" but not yet bearing,
president; John Saunders, vice $3.1 billion over 1968 r and several hundred thousand
president and treasurer; Mar- Bradford County total adval- w W : nursery stock lost to the cold.

tha Sue McCain, secretary; and orem properLy In 1969 was as Striking in 1886, again in 1894,
directors, Bill Epps, George sessed at $65.7 million Clay and 1899 the massive freezes
Pierce. John Torode. and Mrs. County assessments total $147 rrM 4 1yw"t xFY 6 f b' of those early days soundedthe
Delano Thomas. million. Union death knell of the citrus
County assessments
A spokesman for the group r are $21.4 million. industry in this part of the
said it was necessary to form Duval County reported the \rti...trv in ice was depicted at home of Joe state, causing many growersto

the corporation by February highest millage with a 24.43 :Mcf.'ee; on (;rand Street as icicles covered Spanish:. sell their farms and head
1 in order to accept title to further south.
levy for county Bayonets and Surrounding;
maintenance ground.
the Parks property on Walnut Major damage brought by lastweek's
Nil the _._ _._
y.fi county interest
and slaking -- -- -- -- -- -- -
St., which is being purchasedfor tJ freeze was to leafy vegetables -
$8,000 as a site for the fund, general school maintenance -- collards mustard,
proposed new library.In and special school maIn- and turnips-- where more thana
a recent special meetingthe tenance. However, the '69 Du 50 per cent loss was reported. -
County Commission declined val levy was .24 mills lest than 1 p' A Acreage of these vegetableswas
to accept title to the the 1968 figure the comptrolle not as large as usual

property, since, U matching reports. however, due to prolonged wet
funds are applied for, the own- Bradford's total millage In weather this fall.
er of the property would be 1969 was 19.107 mills. That figure Strawberry plantings were
the one to make application, Includes 10.2 mills for the 44; reported "looking bad" with
and would have to have match- general school levy .6 mills : some scorched leaves and

Ing funds on hand before applying t for a school Interest and sink- plants turning red, but it was
for Federal funds. The 3 ing fund::!, and 8.307 general too early In the season for
Commission said it did not have > N"lf. county millage. : v Y major damage, and most grow-

funds on hand for this purpose ----__. .....--.._--- ..__.. __....- ._6._1__:.'....--.. Millage In Clay County was ; f r ers believe the plants will snap
and did not wish to raise tax at 15.82 In 1969. Union Countywas out of .' and "make a good
millage in order to obtain funds. l Ruck Norman looks Lake can be seen {in ,the center of the at 14.16 mill' berry" IP about six weeks.
Since the Commission'saction over the old Croshy-Sampson drainage photo All counties reported Increases P'k All agree that a freeze now,
the deadline for the ditch now dry and not in use. Sampson In property valuations ex- when bloom and fruit on the
current appropriation of Fed- cept Palm Beach County which T bushes is light, is much less .
eral matching funds has expired listed ta7o damaging than a freeze lateron
a drop of about $6 mil
and Mrs. John Saunders would be. Some declare that
lion, Dickinson: said. However
chairman of the committee the freeze might actually bene- I
Lake Man Wants
Crosby millage In Palm Bach increased -
raising funds for purchase of fit in some cases, by holding
by 1.97
the Parks property, said thereis mills so the total E' back the older plants! with the
no assurance that a new allotment taxes went' up about $5 million. w N most growth, until after the
of matching funds will Counties with millage higher usual February cold.
be made. Relief From High Water than Bradford's are Alachua [ Damage to pasture grass Is

"We are going to have the 19.80 mills Brevard 19.97, ColumbIa | not considered serious, sinceit
new library, however," she 19.46. Dade 21.54. Es. was already brown from cold
said. "And if matching funds cambIa 19.98 Glares 23.20, Her- Car Wash on E.: Itrnnnlee Slreet I had no customers weather before last
Cro'by; Lake: water has: rissncvsr'hJi Lake canal: roar: : about 400 feet Paulk says, he will take his '
are not available, we will raise : dock: Dave Paulk told east back Into the pond: : on the own dragline and r1!Ig out the nando 20.00. H'llsboroush 23 89, us!' icicles hung from oak I trees overhead for freezes. White Dutch Clov
the money in other Lake 19.89, Madison! 22.04, Nas- and rye grass were said 1
ways. four .
tir1 County Commission! Janu- west bank of Crosby Lake, and old ditch where County Commissioner
Mrs. Saunders said the new sau 21.86. Pinellas 2050. Put- be undamaged.
5, due to above Buck Norman Is
ary average to culvert under
place the
corporation will purchase the :nam 20.60, St. Lucie 19.20: SarAsota County Agent G.T.
rainfall and because timber standing! above, west from the
road where the
Parks property, arrange financing bridge onceslood. 20.10, and Walton 21.41 said it was the hardest freeze ..
canal road to Lake Crash
companies have: opened ponds Ssmp on St. since
and then deed buildingand February 1962 when the
property to the county, which ar* draining! : into: the na- If the county will do that In looking over the situation' ground froze to a depth of
tural RowllCrosby]! -Stmpson between the two lakes the County Board four inchesbut the '62 freeze
WLrnJruWJwL Lake watershed County Trial county commissioners: repeatedly was of shorter duration.No .
ROAD BLOCKFor Paulk wants the high' water declared what a !goal:! ideait Meets MondayThe Wrecks 2 AutosThree serious damage was reported -

drained'! out of Crosby Into TermSef would:: be to open a water-: to citrus trees in the
Sampson lake. The water won't way between the three lakes Keystone Heights and Melrose
-. raise th3 level of 2,075; acre from Rowsll to Crosby to Samp. Bradford County-Cam- wrecks inside the City knocked out and Mrs. Tanner areas. Arnold Eglund of Lach-
March of Dimes Sampson "half an Inch" Paull: Jan. 26-29 son so boats could travel be- mission! will meet Monday at 8 of Starke Injured no one ser- was showered with tiny piecesof string Nursery, :Melrose, reported I I
a.m. at the courthous meet. iously in the past week although the breaking Cham- '
told the commissioners when tween them. The canals are some wilt on tangerine
they visited she area but will Another county court trial now bljsksi with debris! and Ing roam for Us< regular! mid- a head-on collision on bers said. Eugene Tanner, 10, trees, but said there was no
Saturday Jan 17 month meeting West Madison Street left two
and Paula Tanner 9
help Crosby Lake, which is only are Impassable to boats. noticeable damage to orange
has i
been set for Jan. 26-29 to
9:30::: A.M. :3 P.I.Intersection : 550 acres. At one Lime COTimisslonjr! Tho morning meeting; la a cars completely wrecked according ing with their mother but were trees. Extent of the damageto
try all pending other
: cases* change from the md! -month to Assistant Police not injured.
What Paulk proposes is open. than traffic which Dave Shuford pointed: out the: fruit on the trees is not
casss were night meetings the board has Chief Hill Chambers. "I don't Tniow. I'll tell
Ing up an old drainage ditchon countv could have gct'en state you known at this time, he sild.
301 and 100Sponsored tried In December. hell for the past year. Charged in the head-on col- the truth, I don't Imow,"Chambers The Jacksonville weather bureau
the Rowell-Samp9on canal matching fund to develop recreation -
There are usually three trial The nV.d-msnth: lision Jan. 8
: meetingswere last Thursday, said when asked why he
road The ditch !Is :dry! facilities for the three reported that last week'sfiveday
now. terms a year but due to absence
By originally singesoj by was Tommy Joseph Ilollings- thought nobody was injured in
cold while not
This is because lake complex: and to connect wave
a bridge on cf County Prosscutor!! Gene Ford
worth Starke. The 1969 the
Little Women's Club Commissioner! Ralph Bryan to crash.
the canal road collapsed! in dry the lak's! with usuibs! watsr- as long as the one in 1958
Shaw who in !: with east
was jss! on give persons who worked dar; Mustang he was driving Damage to the Mustang was which
lasted days, was
times In years past. The county the Florida Legislature much ways. But at that t'me.!' Shu- Madison Street and a 1968 listed at and
Please Give To Fight ing the day to meet the com- on $1,000 the Ply, one of the coldest. Jacksonville
Birth Defects simply pushed the hole in the of 1969 the number of caseson ford said, there was no interestIn mission. Plymouth station wagon being mouth was termed a total loss. had three consecutive days of
road full of dart: apparently the docket built up. The pursuing the project. Nobody: has attended the driven west by Mrs. Pauline )In an accident Friday, Jan. 9, 21 or below temperatures, and
considering the drainage ditch: traffic cases were tried In December Such and undertaking: has night meetings. however, and Tanner, Starke, collided 416 In the city Willard Freddie Gas- five days of 23 or below. In
This Space Contributed useless. except for a few which been propose: many t'mes over at the re-organization! meetin feet east of the Intersectionof kins, 28, Bayless Highway, was 1958 the lowest recorded there
But now: water is waist deep the years but noshing has been Streets
Madison Pratt
ar schedule:!! for the January Jan. 5 the new cha'rman'! and charged with following too was 22.
Weekly to Publicize la" the pond on the west bank term of court. done to initiate the project ZeJrn Hamilton, suggested! thj Chief Chambers said. closely. Gasklns was traveling Temperatures in Florida's

Community Events by of Crosby Lake: Paulk says. Trial dates have ben set for meetings be revewe:!. Bryan The Mustang, traveling ap- east on SR-16 and approaching million dollar citrus belt ranged
The only way water can now SFJC Library proximately 45 mph. drove to the intersection of US-301
from 20
: by County Judge agreed that n:> one attends the to 26 degrees for three
The Community get into Sampson Lake from T. A. Yawn. All 24 hav pleaded Opens SaturdayThe night meetings: but: aid the the left of the center line where In Starke. The front end of his consecutive nights far below
. State Bank Crosby is to run down the not guilty and asked!! for commission had enough bust- the collision occurred in the 1962 Ford truck struck the rear the safe level of 28 degrees.
gravel and through culvert west-bound lane, Chamberssaid. of a 1969 Ford sedan driven by
a trials. > It takes 24 hours of below 32
Fe to
Santa Junior Colleen ess continue! the mid-month
But this Is not drainingthe The Mustang traveled 84 Charles Allen Hawkins, 20,
Accounts now Insured Only exception was CatherineW11son Library at the West Center (723 sessions, but ha agreed to a left temperature to freeze an orange
feet after the impact but Hawthorne.
water off fast enough, Paulk who nvitchti her pleato W. University Avenue) will bs change to morning rather than ,clear through, but a few hoursof
. op to $20.000 by claims its hood at the point of Impact. There were no injuries In the I( below 20 degrees can kill
Federal guilty to chargs of exhib- open each Saturday! from 9am night meetin is. The Plymouth traveled 56 feet mishap. Damages to the two
Deposit Insurance What Paulk wants the county Mlnj j a tender tree down to the roots.
a dangerous weapon last to 5 p.m. starting Janu- The meetings! are now scheduled after the Impact.All cars was estimated by city
Corp. to do Is to dig out tM old existing The freeze In 1894 that did
__ July 29.
The Judge fined her ary 10, according: to librarian: each third: Monday: a I '8 the glass on the driver's
ditch from the Sampson $?8. WilJa M Boysworth. a.m. side of the station wagon was (ConUnued on Page Four) (Continued on Page !'bur)

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Martha Forsyth Held i
UDC Meeting
Of Interest To. Weds Dwight Eldei r At Haynes HomeW.

At Guam Navy BaseMr.

T. Week's chapter United I
WOMEN and Mrs. Vasco Forsytl: Daughters of the Confederacy, t
announce the marriage their daughter. Martha Cleo it last week at the home of Mrs.
..,O Dwight C. Elder son of Mrs I 7 O.L. Haynes Sr. with Mrs. S.L. ql i1
--- -- **w CJadyj:.ftfooty:.Phone 964.7608***'***'*" Sadie Lott And the late M. D /. Peek Sr., Mr. W.S. Made.
Elder. Mrs. J.E. Wilson and Mrs.
The marriage was solemnized L.D. Vining as cohostesses.Mrs. .
Duplicate Bridge Wednesday. Nov. 12, at 6 p.m L.G. Powell presidedover
Winners Named at 'the NCS Naval Base Chape]] r the business meeting,when
i In Agana. Guam. committee reports were given.Mrs. .
Mrs. Joe Wilson! and Mrs. John After the weeding a :reception J.W. Kincaid will heada i
Reeves were east-west winnersat was held at the home of I committee to purchasefor .
the Starke Duplicate BrUps Mr And1 Mrs Jerry Whittleseyfriends .: ,9r the Confederate
at Crosby Lake Cem Tery. ....
Club Tuesday night. There were of the couple. askedto .,.
4'i! tables in play and Wilson .:Mr'..and Mrs. Elder are both Chapter donate a members boxwood plant.are {
Reeves were overall winners. graduates of BHS. Mrs. Elder The district meeting has been
Mrs. Ruth Broadway' and Mrs. graduated in 1969 and. was employed planned for Feb. 24 in the !
Mabel Oster were second.:: at the Bradford County Woman's Club building. Jack
North-south winners were G. Hospital before leaving for % sonville. -
O. Wrenshall and Mrs. Lex Guam in November d Mrs. Powell and Mrs. W.H.
Green. Mrs. Ida Mae! Shaw and Mr. Elder graduated in 1966. hla Nollman were in charge of the MannLizenlieeWedding
r Mrs. E. C. Wainwright were Before leaving for his tour of R historical program. Mrs. Date SetMr.
second. duty with the U. S. Navy last rh? Powell read Important eventsin

The weekly tournaments are May he was employed. by Clay ',. '. the life of General RobertE. and Mrs. Wallace Howard
open to the public and lesson- Electrc Cooperative.The .' Lee and Mrs. N'ollman: gavea Mann of Lake Butler -
review begins at 7:15: p.m. each couple will resde! In *JI reading. the engagement announce
Prevatt-Phillios Guam until June 1971. and
Tuesday in the Pratt ""
I approaching marrage! of their
Recreation Center. The first Engagement Told ::11' daughter Georgia Torena,
round of duplicate play startsat / ) .f1e ;
SP-3 Merren Charles
Miss MoredocKTo r't ;> Lizenbee!
7:45.: Birthday Party ,, .j "
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Prevatt .uc.t' son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M!
Wed Mr. AdamsOn announce the engagement and For Randy MerrittRandy ..' ';T':.:{ Lizenbee of Starke.

March 21 approaching marriage of their -" The bride-elect is a 'CTft:' atsot !
Hospital Auxiliary daughter Laural Gall, to Dan. Merritt celebrated his Bradford County Hospital announces Union County High School
Announcement is made of lei Littleton Phillips son of sixth birthday Saturday after Sylvia Lynn Jewell Becomes Bride the following births: and Santa Fe Junior Collegeof
the engagement of. Miss Olive The general meeting of the Mrs. Minnie Phillips all of .noon when his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mis. Alec Richard Practical Nursing
Dell Moredock daughter of Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Lawtey. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt, gavea 'Of Gary -R. Bement Indiana Saunders. Lake Butler a son Mr. LJzenbee!: a graduateof
Mrs. James Arthur Ryder and will be hell Monday. The wedding will take place party for him at the First Alec Richard Saunders Jr., Bradford County High School
Howe Moredock, Jr., of Coral Jan. 19. at 7:30: p.m. in the Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the Christian Church educational Center in Detroit Mich., and Jan 7. and is presently serving with*
Methodist Fellowship Hall. Grace Methodist Church in building.An Miss Sylvia Lynn Jewell, R. the U. S. Army in Vietnam.
Gables, to John Edward Adams. was a nurse at St. Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. William
daughter of Lt. Cmdr. (Ret.-
Lawtey with a reception follow.:: Indian theme was carriedout The wedding! will be an
son of Dr. and Mrs. Herlong ; Hospital in Lafayette, Ind. Webb. Lake Butler -augliter;
USN) and Mrs. E.
ing at the home of Mr. and in the party decorations Harvey Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. in the First
Adams of Starke The groom is a 1965 grad- Kara Lee, Jan. 11.
.J ewell of Lafayette Ind., and
Miss Moredock graduatedfrom Mrs. K.G. Duncan has returned Mrs. J. B. Bradley on \State With the birthday cake in the uate of BHS: attended Valdosta United Methodist: Church in
Ross Bement
of Mr.
Gary ,
from a two weeks vis- Road 223. Lawtey. shape of an Indian chief. Lake Butler with a reception
Coral Gables High School State College, Valdosta, Ga., X.M. Smith
Mrs. T. H. Bement Mr. and Mrs.
It with Mr. and Mrs. K.T. All friends and relatives are The 12 guests Included Jeff I land Jr. and is 'Jn the church educational
and attended Marjorie Webster presently a computor Mon-
Starke, were united In mar- and daughter,Terri spent
Duncan and family at West Invited to attend. Moore Butch Green Scott Allen I building.
Junior Washington. specialist In the U.S. Air Force with
College. Point Ga. Mrs. Duncan attended riage Saturday, Jan. 10, at 2:30 day evening in Florahome
D. C. She will graduate this Jeff Reese Ronnie Kelly p.m. In the Congress Street stationed at Selfridge AFB, Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. and Friends and relatives are in-
a family reunion on Dec. 28 John Wayne Sapp, Karen VIr- vit jc ,1 c :a t end.
Beta Phi ,
of who
summer from the University at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sigma Methodist Church. Lafavette.Ind. Mrs. Jerry Bolden were
Georgia In Athens. J.11, Troutmans In Atlanta Ga. ginia and Diana Crawford Rev. LoulsE.Haskellper The couple will be at homein celebrating their 51st wedding Miss Mary BOllinger, :Murrj
Miss Moredock was a memo Gives Baby ShowerBeta Butch and Gristle Faulkner. formed the nuptials.. Mt. Clemens, Mich. on Jan. anniversary. McRae and Gary Hamilton of
ber of Twenty Little Working -- The youngsters made Indian Mr. Bement attended his son 26 after a wedding trip to Flo- FSU were home for the week
Girls, Junior Assembly of Miami from the University cf Georgiain Sigma Phi sorority met teepees as favors. Games were as best man and the ushers rida. SUNDAYS end.
Athens and did postgraduate at the home of Mrs. Grady also OPEN
and Junior Girls. She is a enjoyed. were Greg Bement, brother of ,
member of the Spinsters Club work at the University! of Overs tree t Monday night with Mrs. John Greene Sapp of the groom Stewart Greg Je-
Arkansas. He holds member- Mrs. Freddie Stephens 1 P.M. To 6 P. M.
and mlher! debut at the De. as co- Ralford assisted In servingand well and Harvey Aaron Jewell
butante Cotillion Ball at the -ship in Sigma Nu fraternity hostess. : with the games. I of Lafayette, brothers of the
Bath and the Athens Jaycees. and' After a short business! meet. bride. SENSATIONALBRA
Club in Dec. 1965. She
is associated with the C and S ing the members honored Mrs. The bride wore an empire
also hoHs membership in Pi Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merritthad
Bank of Georgia in Athens. Wayne Douglas with a surprise gown of Imported organza witha
Beta Phi sorority. She is a as their guests at a fish
The wedding will! take placeon baby shower. scalloped ribbon lace bodice 1r
great niece of Mrs. Joseph, E. fry at their place on Bedford
March 21 in Plymouth Congregational Refreshments and short sleeves. The &
Wilson of Starke. were served by Lake Saturday night, Mr. and organza
Mr. Adams attended the University Church at Coconut the hostesses at the close of Mrs. Rudolph Crawford and Mr. Watteau chapel length train was. ,
Grcve. the decorated with motifs of lace.A .
of Florida, graduated meeting. and Mrs. Neil Crawford and
daughters. headpiece of organza petals I
ESNIStrvLM secured her elbow length Illusion -
January veil. She carried a white
B OCJZ > Bible with a long stem, bright GIRDLE
pink rose between the pages.
Mrs. David J. Trout of La- :
fayette attended her niece as
honor attendant. She wore a long
bright pink sllken-worstedgown
with a picture neckline and elbow s SALE !
length puff sleeves. She
wore a large bright pink: velvet
bown in her hair and car-

ried a long-stemmed bright pink: FINE FASHIONS BEGIN WITH
Miss Caroline Jean Trout and + FIRM FOUNDATIONS!
Miss Rebecca Jean Query of i ..k
Lafayette, cousins of the bride,

were wore long Junior white bridesmaids.dresses of They cot-

YOU SAVE005on ton brocade trimmed with bright COTTON BRAS
pink velvet ribbon and short ,
puff sleeves decorated with t!
bright pink flower medallions. f
They each carried a long stem =( .4-; OurReg.$1.59
bright pink rose. J rs

this S-piece Corner Sectional Miss Marcia Kay Jewell, sis- IUt' t Copies of higher
ter of the bride attended as 1 L'
flower girl. She wore a gown price bras. Cross-
Identical to those of the jun- your-heart in pad-
ior bridesmaids, and carried a
;. ; white basket of white carna- : ded & unpadded
": tions tipped In bright pink, and
versions combed
bright pink sweetheart roses.A .
I A I reception was held in the ;.. cotton & adjust
: church social hall.
..- The bride Is a 1966 graduateof r able straps. A-B-C
Granby High School Nor- Starke Plaza Cups. 32 to 40.
folk, Va.; a 1969 graduate of
Detroit Practical Nursing r
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S //7J 3-Piece Corner Sectional To Of Dimes Aid Mardi DriveThe ;;; Our Reg.$3.99i

--r with Built-in Corner Table Little Women's Club will

Extra-spacious livingroom sectional with high pressure plastic hold a roadblock to aids the . $197
,.t built-in corner and end tables. Long wearing flat nubby cover. March of Dimes on Saturday '.-::' Ny Ion &Lycra Spandex

Has reversible 40 inch foam cushions, off-the-floor walnut leg Jan. 17. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ..:.:.:.., V2. Long Leg Panty Girdle.
If with brass ferrules. COLORS: OLIVE GOLD, JADE. Ask About with all members participating! -, Diamond& Criss Cross
it was decided at their regular : Panels for comfort &

1r- S Regular price $248.00 Bcutcocfe'i t meeting Monday night'! Members .::.' ... control. Flat Seams
\' will be contacted by ,;, concealed removable
NOW OUR Easy Bu g.t Robyn Warren as to time and garters& tricot crotch.SM. .

5 SPECIAL PRICE $1 gg95 T.rms location of assignment. .. MED.. LG.. & XL.FABULOUS .
Cindy Strickland president.
1' SAVE $48.05 ., ,
P- '" pd OVPr t>''! meeting! Miss r
Warren presented a fashion A !

SAVE $2O. on Livingroom she and.w Eagles.with Models styles from were Leilas Linda:\ SALE! ; ) t

.=*,_- rr>"ST"\ Futch. Ann Terwlllejar and
Robyn Warren. Denise Winkler Ladies FashionPANTS -

-c : k kt ) ec ., was Following the narrator.the meeting, re

freshments were served, by
4 ----- Nancy Strung, and Ann Terwll-
:_ : ). :::_) t, Q S t+, ,r rt + legar.

Mrs. Cary Herlong of Saluda all our 9 7 f
i Lucile Dunn of Hawthorne $1
FYI S.C., Mrs. HF 1
,,1 and Mrs. Pearl Smithof reg. $2.99reg.$3.99
Palatka were visiting their
'. brother, W.F. Herlong and Mrs. ...
031Zr Herlong on Monday. Mr. Her r
I long Is convalescing at home reg4.99 reg.$5.99 f1 c"
,from a long illness.SERVICE Iy

? r4s 4s ,=S It a SCHEDVL"c $ Z 91 $397 $ 4 91

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2-Piece Traditional Livingroom Regular $199" CHURCHES 3 days only! Save a SI oH our already low. low
ST. EDWARD'S.8&lutel prices! Take your choice tapered. straight/ leg.
Sofa and Chair NOW OUR Saudi -. *Taun.; and Dared in patterns and solids, in all types of tab
$ 95 till: ...81.HGacIa7. rics. Misses sizes
Attractive, long wearing flat cover. 84 inch, 3 cushion SPECIALPRICE 1 79 MaN ':30 a.m. '
sofa, cushions are foam and reversible. Button tufted Wednesday MAM. Rja. SAlE J I
bock. Pillow back chair with reversible cushions. Saturday MAM and NoTe tODDLER SLEEPWEAR
COLORS: RUST OLIVE GOLD YOU SAVE $20. .a; 7 p.ns. B01S 8& G\1\1.S\ \ /

Lu.614A.d tsos ST. WILLIAM'S. X'ltooe RU our reg. to $2.99C $
p1UCES f ?/aw C+.di4 Q.ed"I Bandar Maa. fl a.m. Many styles' in brushed nylon end 188

I I I IOWES 1FR>VIS I Wednesday Novena( 7 p jn. or cotton. flannel, Pejsms ;

ST. MARY'S. MMeleDa71 gopegwns. 45.44 j __itIiJn
128. S. WALNUT ST. BILL WILSON, OWNER PHONE 964-5289 '188Dda7. Mua, 11..:'J*-am- .1.99..saL. _.__

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I Cp;; jK- ; ,, v. ''''''"./r," '-,;...\,''..'el.'..,' '. '.,' + l .' !...: An Every THE Day Recipe .i..i

Local admittances to Brad- t
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowlanu .
Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake ford County Hospital this week were in St. Augustine Sunday siR
City; and Mrs. Iris Dunbar of Include: Johnny Barton Mrs. and Mrs. Sylvester .
Dallas Falls. Vt. were Tues- Betty Bloodworth, Mrs. Fran- visiting Connell. .. I
day visitors of Mrs. Bertha ces Burrell Eugene Lee Frank BALDWIN CHEVEROLETOLDSS
Pearce. Marttre Mrs.Dorothy Bagwell .,
Mr. and Mrs. James McNeely -
Larry Silcox, Kling Griffls :
Rev. and N. Harris and daughter of Lake City; .
Mrs. B.C. Cecil John Forsyth Anthony -
and daughter Sheridan, of Tina RaUlff, Willie Cash- spent Thursday to Monday with i
her parents Mr. and Mrs.Her- ._ No Secret,
I -
Baltimore, Md. are visiting more, James Heath, and Mrs. .
'Mrs. Cecil's parents, Mr. and Gussle Durden Starke; Mrs. bert Thomas. : ..
Mrs. W.R. Richardson Wednesday Jenifer Loper and Mrs. DeLma Mrs. John Reeves of St. 13 \ : .. .
to Sunday. Smith, Keystone Heights; Wil- 1< .
liam Stephens Raiford; Mrs. Petersburg is visiting her aunt, aw .
L.O. Hazen entered Alachua Emile L. Harris and Archie Mrs. J. E. Wilson for ten days.
General Hospital Monday for demons, Lake Butler. Mrs. Reeves will be remembered
observation and treatment. as the former Mrs. THIS IS IT!
SA Mike Smith who is a- Junius Smith of Starke. j:

Mr. and Mrs. William M. board the USS Hancock,arrivedin .
Chasteen Jr. of
Smith and Jan. 12, according Mrs. J. R. I
daughter, Shellee Hong Kong on I .
and Rose McRae attended the to a letter written to Belle Glade was a Monday .I .
graduation of Ronald S. Smithat his parents. Mr. and Mrs.X. of Mrs. Vernon Sllcox I .
while enroute to St. Luke's He Go f Here irsfr ;
Depot the at Marine Parris Corps Island Recruit S. C. M. Smith. Hospital where she underwent : MiX Liberal Portions of the Following Ingredients :

on Monday. Smith was givena Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly] surgery Tuesday. He is the first baby born in ered by Dr. A. J. Barry at 2:59: .
meritorlus promotion to the and Mrs. L.U. Morgan Sr. are the Bradford County; Hospitalin a.m. January 7. Alec has black : !
rank of PFC. He left Tuesday attending the Evangelistic Con- Gordon Sullins of Brooks- 1970 but Alec Richard Saunders hair and brown eyes.
for three weeks further duty; ference at the First Baptist ville is visiting his son-in- Jr., 8 Ibs. 4 1/2 ounces Maternal grandparents are 1. INTEGRITY :
at Camp Lejeune N.C. Church Orlando. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. and 22 1/2 Inches long took Mr. and Mrs. Walter GrIggs of .
Ralph Diggs this week. all the ceremony in stride. Macclenny/ paternal grand 2. ENERGY :
Misses Elizabeth Lawson and parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. .
Miss Allen and Lex
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Viningand Parents
are Mr. and! Mrs.
Georgia LeBeau of Riviera Saunders of Lake Butler. S
Johns were Sunday dinner Beach spent Friday and Sat- family of Palatka were Sat- Alec Richard Saunders! of Lake/ Mrs. Patricia Saunders is 3. ENTHUISIASM :.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
guests of Mr. and Butler. I
supper The
urday with Mr. and Mrs. H.A. first addition to holding $25 savings bond _
Dugger in Jacksonville. a
Lawson. Mrs. L. D. Vining. the local population! was dellv- the first baby by the : 4. TRUTH IN ADVERTISING !

Ladles Hospital Anxil'iry' along
with a case of baby formula. : 5. TRUE VOLUME MERCHANDISING :..
Absent' for the big event was I .
Alec's father who has been In : 6. REALISTIC MINIMUM PRICING :
the service since Nov. 6. 1968 .
and, has been serving in Tuy : 7. SERVICE BEFORE AND AFTER SALE :
Hoa, Vietnam sJnce December. I .

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For Mrs. Johnson ..

,Of Lake GenevaMrs. ..
Gertrude Johnson, of .
FIRST Lake Geneva, died Tuesday.Jan. Leave Out: !
6, in Bradford County
r Hospital. She was a'' native of 1. FALSE PRICE LEADERS :.
St. Augustine.
Surviving are her husband: -= 2. IMAGINARY DOWN PAYMENTS :.
FEDERALSAVINGS W. J. Johnson of Lake Geneva: -
four daughters. Mrs. Lucille : 3. MICROSCOPIC MONTHLY PAYMENTS !
Pacettl. St. Augustine; Mrs. .. .
Betty Stanton FQrt Lauder! -ale
Mrs. Shirley Owens Jacksonville : 4. BALONEY :

: and Mrs. Charlene Bli- .. ..

lock,19 grandchildren starke. Also survivingare and several : The Results of This Formula are always :

great -grandchildren.!
Interment was in Evergreen : The Same: !
.c Cemetery on January 9with
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Craig Funeral Home of St.

Augustine rangements.Mr. In. charge of ar 1 SUCCESS! !.

LOCl\ BRIEFS j.,,I ..

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.sand Mrs. Clyde B. Ter-
willegar Jr. were In Sanford : "This ad paid For By Satisfied Baldwin-Olds Customers" :
Sunday night as guests of Mr. ..
and Mrs. J.It. TruluckandMrs.: : r :
Dale L. Scott Jr. .
(t' ..\ .
i\ :'. Miss- Martel West of Gaines-

\ (I ville was a weekend visitor I
of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Car- DEPENDABLEUSED

ter Sr. The Carters also had .
,. as Sunday guests Mrs. Jewell
-- t\ .". Johns Miss Marion Faulk, and

I Edward sonville. Starling of Jack- : CARS I

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansbyof .
Perry were Sunday visitors .
of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.

Mrs. Larry Sloan of Walnut 1967 Buick Electra 225 !
Ridge. Ark. was Thursday to $2290

Sunday. II. Adams.visitor of Dr. and Mrs.II. I Door Sedan Factory Air Condition Power :

Steering: and Brakes, Lots of other Extras. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rutan .
and son of Mechanlcsburg .
Ohio were Monday overnight
guests of their uncle and aunt

;, .., Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley. I 1964 Plymouth 1966 Pontiac !

Mrs. Myrtle Anderson has Catalina. 2 door Ilard-Top. V-8 :
returned after a months' visit Belvedere, 4 door sedan, Small Automatic Transmission
:; with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Automatic Trans Engine, :
V-8 Engine, '
Power Steering Power
Schwab at Merritt Island. : S
mission Power Steering. Brakes, Solid White with Black :
Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- Interior.
.. ., ron visited Ensign and Mrs. $595 i
..'' Robert Bush in Jacksonville $1695
on Sunday. .
: = '.
., .. Mrs. L. 11. Futch Mrs. Ruth sg S
Frazier, and Miss Madge MId-
dleton attended the presentation -
I li If of a portrait of Dr. A.R. : Olds i
Meade of Gainesville to the II 1967 1963 F-85 Olds
A. R. Meade library at the .
= P. K. Yonge laboratory on Sun- Delta, Custom .1 1 door Hard-Top.
::; day. Power Steering, Brakes, Windows 4 ; and seats, Air Condition, I % Transmission!'; Air Condition. :
: : Nice. Power Steering. .
t Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gentry Jr. Stereo Tape Player, Extra .
and daughter of Miami were I
last Tuesday visitors of Mr. $2195 $585 i
: : and Mrs. Gentry Sr. ;
r: .
;-..:: .' Mrs. Billy Dealing and sons .
::' .: of Jacksonville were Sunday mss. :
/' : visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. ..
d Green.

;"...: ',... Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin 1968 Chevy 1961 Plymouth i

::; Jr. are on a business tripto
Atlanta from Wednesday to
... :' Friday. They are visiting their Custom Coupe, V-S, Automatic t Station Wagon, Rood; Tran.por- :

r..... '. daughter Ginger, at Tilt Col- Transmission Air Condition tation. .
., lege while enroute. Power Steering Power Brakes :
'JI "Real Nice." $195
Mrs. C. T. Wade and Mrs.
r aAr Betty Register were In Tampa $2195 i ii
last week where Mrs. Wade
underwent ear surgery In St. .
I :: .
Joseph's Hospital.
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.'- Publiti! every Thursdayat ,
:I;;: -' 138 W. Call Street I M
Starke, Florida 32091 .
1f Second clan postage paid .. ..
.r.: at Starke, Florida. .

1;' It's Time To Save At In trade SabcrXJ!area: Rates$>CO )per STARKE FLORIDA I

year; '2.75 m months. ,
:i FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKE Outside trade area: S3 SO i
per year; $3.00 six months
, I "Sooner or Later Your Favorite" Dealer' j

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Freeze May Have Set School Board jTR

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I :r 1 r- Submits Deed

BC Longevity Record rT To CourthouseA

(Continued From Fag One) ,
deed conveying: the old
so much damage In the Starke not be known for several weeks. 1 Bradford County courthouse at
area lasted 41 hours. The arctic blast, which Call Street and Tempi Ave. to
Farmers in South Florida's brought freezing terperaturesto the Board:) of Public Instructionhas
"salad bowl," where tempera- every state in the nation, been received by County
tures into the low 30's
dropped gave Tennessee a bone-chilling Attorney T. A Yawn.
for three nights, were hard 12 below zero Saturday morn- The deed will presumablY. be
hit, but the total damage will ing.
discussed at the County Com
mission meeting: set Monday at
8 arm
The deed -.--.- ..--
Formed To Promote was prepared by
Corporation School Board!
: Attorney George
VVigginton Spector Carroll Pierce. The School Board asked School Sign Gets New Face

Pierce to prepare the instru-
Construction Of County Library ment after the county suggested Robin Mullins
David Kirkland, Jimmy
District Appeals Court the school officials) preparea Six members of the Bradford High
Billy Myrick, and Ebbie
deed after they rejected one Interact Club have repainted the
(Continued From Page One)
prepared by the county attor "school crossing" sign which hangs on Knight.

police at $55. (old Mitchell's Drug Store) as ney.The Temple] Ave. in front of BHS. Club members also distributed food
In a third accident Sunday, a location for a "flea market" Sets Term Here Commission has agreedto baskets during the Christmas holidays,
Jan. II, Daniel Calvert Brace- which will be open soon for at 3-Day deed:! the old:!, building to the The students are ((1 I-r) Greg Riherd_ according to Sponsor Tony Griffith.
well, 17, Winter Park, was least two days a week, Mrs. school board with onely one -
charged with failure to have Saunders said. '" stipulatIonthat If 'the build.
his vehicle under control and The committee is also accepting The District Court of Appealof will also be considered. One of Ir.g1& sold the county will receive Florida Bank
causing an accident. He was donations on an aCl1gan Florida, First District will these Is an appeal by a potato any portion of the sale
traveling south in a 1970 Chev- which will be given away Feb- hold a three-day term in the broker from a damage judg- price that is in excess of $45- Reports Good BHS By-Lines\
rolet sedan and attempted to ruary 14, and record albums new Bradford County court- ment entered against him because -
make a turn from Temple Avenue and singles, donated by radio house on Tuesday, Wednesday, of the spoilage of an un- 600.School officials told the Com- Year In 1969 3i Y
at a crossover. Bracewell station WPXE are on sale at and Thursday, Jan. 20, 21, 22. refrigerated shipment of pota- mission at a meeting In Decem- '::4 By Joyce Allen
collided with a 1962 Chevrolet the Chamber of Commerce office It will be the first time the toes from Hastings, sold to a ber they estimate it will cost .
driven by Robbie Lee Shaller, for the library fund. The higher court has sat in Brad- buyer In Puerto Rico. $45,600 to build new administra! Stockholders of the Florida
53, Starke, which was also library corporation also plansto ford County. Included: on the court's tive offices In the meantime Bank: at Starke held their 33rd
traveling south on Temple have two booths at the Acting Chief Judge DonaldK. docket Is an appeal from a Supt. Tom Casey and his staff annual meeting Tuesday:! Jan.
Avenue. forthcoming fair, where arti- Carroll will preside, and sentence of life imprisonment of three secretaries are remaining 13.S. At BHS it is getting close t, The Senior Class is sponsoring -
Bracewell's car collided with cles will be sold, Mrs. Saun- other members of the panel imposed upon James A. Jackson in the old courthouse.No L. Peek, Jr. president of semester exam time. Principal a King: & Queen Danes for
the right front fender of the ders said. will be Judges John T. WIggIn- Jr. after he was found I offices : Included in the bank in his annual report Ralph Diggs has announcedthat Valentine's Day. All of the
Shaller car. Just a small amount remainsto tonand Sam Spector. guilty; by a Duval County circuit the new courthouse were for the stated that the bank had had all SENIORS will be exempt clubs at BHS will sutm'.i two
Call and Thompson Streets be raised on the$8,000 need- The court will hear oral arguments court jury of committing school board. In lieu of that the an excellent year. Deposits at for their semester exams :candidates: for King! and Queen.
in appeals from forcible rape upon an elderly school board asked that the year end: were 6370874.15, an If they: Grades 9.12111 vote en the
criminal and civil matters woman. Increase of 13.67 per cent overa 1-Have a B average for the couple of their choice and they
Madison Crash 2 InjuredIn that were tried in the Circuit The 37-county; North Florida county the give them funds' from year ago.( Profits for ,the year first and second six weeks and will be crowned the Valentine
courthous construction! to
counties. District Court of Appeal, with ,
Courts of
surrounding build were at an all-Urns high. Capital for this six weeks (this meansno King Queen of BHS. Also
WreckOn Cases to be heard includean headquarters In Tallahassee, new administrative oC- accounts at year-end were ( C's). their pictures: will appear laThe
holds at least one session each fices. The commission finally
from Marlon County
appeal a Telegraph
Wrecks 2 Cars circuit court judgment in In each circuit within the promised the school board: $30.- 112330972. 2-If the stu''tnt! has a satisfactory -
That is
all of
U. S. 301 All Directors of the bank ; conduct record in his the news for
a condemnation case in which district when appeals cases a- 000 If there was anything! left were re-elected for 1970. They class. this week: unt'l next week
in such circuits are readyto when the new courthouse was
the suffi- rising
appellants question ave: S G. Denmark C. E. Hern- 3-This is for SENIORS see you around:! Campus.Trail. ,
(Continued Prom Page One) A Walda::!; man, L. C. Kelly 44, ciency of the amount awardedby be heard. completed. The school board wall, S. L. Peck, Jr., Ernest J. ly. on-
has been charged with speed the jury as a result of an Fifteen cases are on the was later told nothing Is left of
ed for purchase of the Parks order of taking for the pur- calendar for the term In Starke. the construction funds. Snsad J. E. Tomlinson and .
Saunders said, too fast for conait'ons: in an ac.cldent Gen. Harold C. Wall. - - - -
property, Mrs. pose of four-laning U.S. 301 First District Court Marshal Then the school board started .Brig.
on US 301 south of - - - -
this held
that At the Directors meeting
and she feels sure
James A. Barfield will call negotiations
south of Ocala. to secure! the old
goal will be reached by the Starke which slightly! Injuredtwo 9 each later in the day all officers! of
Two heardin the court to order at I courthouse, which
negligence cases ended! Dec.
February 1 deadline. persons, one his son. : the bank: were re-elected. They .....
morning during the term. Hone
Duval circuit 15 with t
County court the
; county board: agreeing sal
The library is now housedin Kelly, in a 1965 Chevrolet to deed ,the are: S. L. Peek, Jr., President; uam.aII;
L .old building to tJ.a.ph
a rented building on S. Wal- pickup sklfded; 72 feet before Ernest J. Snead.: Vlce-Presl-
nut Street and has the eQUiva- the right front of h's truck p.m. about( a mile south o:t Estimated sps3d: cf Lho VW the school system with the one dent; J. E. Tomlinson Cash-
lent of 3,000 sq. ft. of floor collided! :! with the right rear: of Starke. was 70 mph Adams was charg- stipulation. The commissionsaid ier; Marvin Brown, Helen E. -----n----- .
space. The facility operates on a 1967 Chevrolet driven by Mrs. Kelly's ,wife Annette 31, an d l ed with failure! to have his it will place! no restrictions' Glasgow] and:! Ruth S. Johns - ;
a budget of about $20,000 Alice! Woods Williams 18, a two-year-old son, Kevin, werEIn s ,vehicle under control.( on the school board's use of Assistant Cashiers.
annually, of which roughly 75 Starke Mrs. Woods:! and Kelly's the truck but were not in. the building.! ...-
per cent is donatedbythecoun- 10-year-old son Dennis were Jured.
ty and the remainder by the slightly Injured. Beth were Mrs. Mattie Griffis

City of Starke. treated and:! released: from the A 23-year-old Gainesville stu- Services HeldIn (tTHE
The building fund committeewas Bradford County Hospital. dent. Jerom Adams: was COMMUNITY STATE BANK
organized last year to raise According to the investigating slightly injured when his 1961 Grace Baptist
money for a new library with officer Trooper Carson Turl- Volkswagen wer.t out of con- __
about 7,000 square feet of work- ington of the Florida:! Highway trol and turned over Sundayat Mrs. Mattls Harris Griffis.
ing space. Patrol: Kelly's truck left 34 12:05: n.m. about: two m'lsa' i 72, of Oriffls Loop StarUe. died OF STARKE
t k more feet of skid marks after north of Lawtey on US-?01. Tuesday afternoon: in a Palat- t t tt
Cousin Fuscloyle/ bays he the impact. Mrs. Woods' car ka HOiP! ;tal. Born In Clay County -
feels about (the pay a jack traveled 71 feet after Impact According to Trooper Turl on Sept 9 1897. she was a
o-latilcrn looks a week afterit and:! turned: over. Mrs. Woods ington's report, the VW was i longtime resident of Starke,
vat carved.England's was slowing to make a right traveling! north when it ran on- and a member cf Grare Baptist
S turn from the four-lanld::! highway to the east shoul'er: for 62 Church. She was the widow of t lr. '
t tt
most publicizedwitch when the accident occur feet, then went back onto the the.late Arnold G. Grlffls. STARK i 1 I I FLORIDAffiflteim I
say that the public red. road::. for 42 feet then turned 1 Surviving are one son, Harold -
doesn't understand that her Damage to the car was estimated ()Vel'. It traveled 100 feet more:! M. Griffis! Palatka; two
calling i is up to date. Why ridea at $1.000 and to( Kelly's before! : striking a bridge! abutment brothers! Ernest Harris, Kings-
broom when vacuum clean- truck at $300. The wreck occur then traveled::! 96 te" t; ]ley Lake and Leonard Harris t
ors are available red Saturday Jan. 10 at 4 more before coming to rest Keystone Heights: ore sister t tt

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Funeral services were held at
rJO 3 p.m Thursday In Grace Baptist
Church with Rev. Don R. t
It .
Here -
s Stewart Drawdy officiating and Rev' Intrmntwas Lawrence:

In Kingsley Lnka: Cemeterywith
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 6 DECEMBER 31, 1969

Home in charge. ,


a\ y vsW.sa Resources ,
a I
;' t'
rLCtt Cash and Due from Banks $855086.36

"i U. S. Gov. and Other Securities 1,442,598.39 :

WRITINGQUALITY I Loans and Discounts
2,016,625.75 '
$ ,

Furniture and Fixtures
IN sa 38,593.99 : ,

Banking House Owned 62,778.73 :

1r ii $4,415,683.22 .. t

PEN Coin Collectors

Distributed For ;'

# 49ai March Of Dimes DEPOSITS 3944238.50 i t

Douglas Brown and Richard ,
Retractable Unearned Interest
Chambers are shown as they,. 107,769.32 ,
worked last Saturday:
Refillable March of Dames: coin collectors Capital Stock 100,000.00 ,
to places of business tn

Starke. Surplus 100,000.00 :
boxes arc
The collection
placed: at strategic. locations: in Undivided Profits
119,763.09 t
order that citizens may drop: ,

Wool, their change: an.l dollars: into Reserve Account
them when they leave a store. 43,912.31
Ths collectors help to providethe
money needed to fight: birth TOTAL $4,415,683.22
detects and also; to aid the 1 t
families that need financial
help while going through the


Robert! D. Burch. campa'gn "Starke's Friendly Bank" t
chairman urges: "Please helpin .. .
this fight. The teens are do-
ing their part Hdav< about you? ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED TO $20,000.00 ;


Cadet Harry M. Hatcher IH

has been promoted:! to the rankof S. E. Simmons, Chairman of Board :
Cadet Sergeant First Classin t Charley I E. Johns I President Jackie Dot Green Mote, Simmons Loan .Department, Bobby Faye Chart BookkeeperEstellc ..
the Corps of Carets::! at Pete G. Felon Vlce-President Bonnie Murray Teller Teller Minion Bookkeeper : t
North Georgia College] Dan- B. GEE t. Vice-President. Marycille Bennett. Drive-in-Teller Brenda Williams Bookkeeper
lonega. M I. !' 55' P and Cashier Diann Williams Bookkeeper ;
arl'arVflDI 'Tr'lll BarbaralosV.! Head Bookkeeper
E. A.'t'. Cashier Sharon Prevatt .
His promotion was based up- am ey. Daisy loch Bookkeeper 'J .
.l on academic as well as leadership ... Ray_Norman.,_Loan Department :
t '
qualities. .., t
Cadet Hatcher Is the son of .,
Col. & Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher, DIRECTORS
Jr., Fit 1, Starke. Florida. :
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BRADFORD ,ttx II. II. Adams. M. D. B. G. Epps Charley E. Johns S. E. Simmons j
This year's Christmas E. M. BruMon Pete G. Fetos M. D. C. Jerome John T. A. Yawn, Jr. ''
D. B. Odom ,
stamp avoids offending/ anybody .
...... by Christmas. -
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Movies CostsInflate
I Living

; .
A double feature Is playingat
the Florida Theatre this
Friday and Saturday. AgainAmericans
"Hang 'em High," with Clint tl
r Stevens t 1to
Eastwood and Inger ; l
and "Death Rides A Horse" In
Technicolor, starring Lee Van ll llIha lld are winding up 1969 62 cents in November, $116.63'a
Cleef are suggested for mature in the worst inflationtry bind in week, the second straight
r d audiences. nearly 20 years, paying almost 6 monthly decline and attributed
r r "Heirs Angels '69"Is sched- cents a dollar more for living solely to shorter working hoursin
uled for Sunday at the, Florida.Monday and An costs and with many averagingless the slowing economy.
under White House efforts -
action drama in color of a pay President Nixon, in outlininghis
__ scheme to rob a major Las to cool the economy.November anti-inflation policies of
Vegas casino-hotel as the cen- prices alone sharply reduced federal spend
tral story theme, starring Tom chipped another half-cent from ing, a tight money supply and
Stern, Jeremy Slate, Conny Van the value of the dollar and the continued 10 cent in-
C Dyke and for Steve mature Sandor audiences.A Is suggested pushed the Consumer Price In- come surtax, said per in October,

--- .. --. double bill Is set for the aNew+f'wNcva dex to 130.5, more'tUwn 30 per "The cure requires some unpleasant -
301 Drive-In Friday, Saturdayand :i iRe cent above its 1957-50 base, the medicine."

Mormons Complete New Church Sunday. "Winning", Uni- ,,kar. government said Friday. His chief economic advisor,
versal's Technlcolor-Panavis- The figure means a family Paul W. McCracken, said last
ion romantic adventure story that paid $100 a week 10 years inflation -
Recently completed at 1404 East are the landscaping and paving of the starring Paul Newman and Joanne ago for its food, clothing, hous- month "The long-sustained
Bessent' Road in Starke is the new parking area: Interior of the chapel is Woodward and "The Mal- ing, transportation, medical will of course, respond to
chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ finished in natural oak. tese Blppy" with Dan Rowar. care and recreation now the therapy of basic policies to
of Latter-day Saints. and Dick Martin, also in color Another Carload of ComfortJohn pays cool off overheated economic
Dean :M.: Hansen Js president and $130.50 and nearly |7 of the In-
for general
-For. completion in the near future presiding elder of the Starke Branch. are suggested crease came this year. conditions." But he said it may
,.* audiences. Allen, left and son Gordon, unload another ake longer.
car of LA-Z-BOY recliners headed for Denmark The 1957-59 dollar, worth 81.1 Turkeys increased more thana
'. Auto Accident Costs Higher Furniture Con on W. Call St. The retail furniture cents a year ago. dropped to 77 penny a pound to 52.! cents
cents in October and to 76,7
store reports l sales for the LA-Z-Boy 'were so and a wholesale price increaseof
For r
last month.
Consecutive Month k 6.5 cent indicated
heavy during the Christmas season that another per they
,.. Average paychecks of some could higher. "But that
An increase in traffic accidents and in the number of persons .Y ) carload_was neccessary_ to meet the demand. 45 million rank-and-file Wbrk- might go be seasonal," Popkin
killed and injured pushed the total economic loss from auto- >> A 17OOO-Year Old ers, more than half the nation's said.
mobile accidents in July more than $220 million higher than 78 million work force, dropped
that recorded for the same month last year, the Insurance Industry Stays Young
Institute reported.
The 17.000-year-oltl clay pot industry stays modern in tune Now Is the tlmm to
The estimated economic loss due to traffic mishaps throughout with the rising popularity of container gardening' with house cover Windows. Ooors.Porc/ios A Br..r.ways
the U.S. in July was $$1,486.081.000 17.4 cent increase plants. H
Some eight family-owned {lotteries in New York California
over July of a This loss resulted from
year ago. an
Pennsylvania. Connocticut. Missouri, :Michigan and Ohio are Plastic
increase of 3 i per> cent in fatalities over July of last year, and fJl'/ J
kept busy supplying more of the millions of flower pots that Clssr.
increases of 14.7 per cent in traffic accidents and 11.4 percent contain some :SSOO.ODO.OQO:; ()( in house plants sold! annually! in trystal e
in traffic injuries.It the United States.: These potteries use mechanized assembly
f'i lines to supply the dL'nHlr1d.fOl'. porous red! clay flower pots. A toQt
was the seventh consecutive month of 1969 to show an ONLY 3 h d.
The industry is: helping the American florists to increase: Also in 4 It widIYso.
increase over the economic losses of the same month a year their pot plant, sales l>y popularizing the decorative use of the
ago the Institute said. plant In fact pot' plant sales: now account for about onethirdof Ina FLEX-0-GLASS .
is far stro than -
gar polyethyleneIt' "
the florists': total retail! volume compared' to one-fourth 10 .
*the tic window malarialGUARANTEED
Based only.pl > a tan.en
I y
on figures supplied in official state motor vehicle accI- to 15 years: ago. '}
dent reports the total estimated economic loss for the first By reminding buyers: of the "Keeping qualities" of plantsin OfB jgK'V w.res.chi..e.sl 041Piaittart
seven months of 1969 stands at S8.4 billion compared with $7.3 clay ]pots, and their convenience in both inside and outside 2 FULL YEARS in Plattic Stnca 1924 t
billion for the same period last 'earalain/ of well over use the centuries-old day industry has found a responsive. : ** AfHardwar nd Lumbar Dealer Everywhere

$1 billion J\ buying public. ._ _ - - --.--. .- --- ..-.
- --- - ---- --- - - - -

In July there were 5.030 deaths and 534,430 injuries result-
ing from traffic accidents.
Two Famous Brand NamesLAZBOY

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'. ATTENTIONHORSE No Still- -(1 Hereone and<

r ; ,.
OWNERS This huge hornet's nest was
twice the size of the usual

: -y found Farm Monday Forester near Allen Hamptonby Tarle nest.Freezing. temperatures over DU PONT NYLON[

:4\; Come on out! Louis ton as II.he cruised Adams farm.Umber on the the the weekend occupants.apparently Tarleton killed said:

L.. It measured about two feet
r he heard
no noise inside, but
in length and bout foot
.t ...and ride with us everySaturday night at wide. Tarleton says hornets when he cut the nest down
and shook It
f$ 7:0f P.M.Weekly: I nests do come bigger! but thisBarefoot Tell out.a handful of dead7rornets : SAVE FROM $27.00 TO $68.00

:1: ribbon-! are given for the first six .
places in each class. We have a class for''

everyone. it i the Parked Off Reg. List Price On Each Chair

Trophies are lIven out once a njont for
Have you had the! urge to sh shoes and stockings and
;;..l the riders with the most points. You haveto about barefoot in the park. ? run
'J be a member to win trophies, but not The National $ this
ribbons. Safety Council offers a word of caution. Un- : during "Mark of Quality"
counted! thousands of children suffer first and second degreet
burns to the! soles: of their fee from \ :
i BRADFORD ROPING CLUB on grill.hot coals dumped. by u picnii,eker from a portable barbecue stepping I \ \ kSEMIANNUAL FACTORY AUTHORIZED




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JAN. 15, 1970 TELEGRAPH1. PAGE 5

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present Hampton. last -week. Lawrence Bias was Instructedto ,t.., l's. The. C..ntr Jadge's c.o.Coart.,',.

iinti'iOB7 Insurance both liability and follow this procdure. lions InductS J:;. ,.. ....'" .......... .. "LMAtll4...rloJ.. For yredresd
fire theft and windstorm: will Mayor Thomas reported tftat'tin ....;.or-- r. '0..* ?:"E.tate Blood-
add about $76 per year 'to the from the roof of the old Members; 1... x .worth In, Connell of jUaceased.
.city's insurance bill for the postofflce building had: been 1 4otlce Of Final Report And Ap-
Mrs D. E. HID old .licotlort For l>'."1lap*
Hampton Elementary sold and also that the Florida Plan Projects Co All Whom It May concerns

flrnttrnflrflflflrraCOUNCIL School! she :reported. Forest Service has promsed! to Notice Is given that Lturenceoeby "-...',
ACCEPTS This Saturday: Jan. 17, was check; Into getting another wa :.f the Connell abuve-styled. as Administrator. !<< t
PROPERTIES set for an all-day community ter pump motor to replace the The Starke Lions got off to & Smpleted hi.. a minietrUHon .i., ',
SCHOOL Rood start' in the new .nd tiled In this Court his flnrl'epart :' ,
Hampton City Council votedto clean-up for the schoolyard. defective one now on the fire year by and application for die .3:
accept the old Hampton Ele- which hasn't been kept up 'truck which! came from the inducting five new members at harge. Objections. If any .
and since the school moved out in Florida :Forest Service. Its first meeting of 1970 In the ,ihould be duly tiled ""th',1'lf Ask
mentary School building November 1967 to the buildin Lions Den Thursday night Jan. ourt. After ruing proof [has ".
the Training new -- Building permits!: and Inspection C r hYnr Icutlon showing that notice "
lot and Hampton
(School building and lot east of *. concerning fees for remodeling 8. Richard aatt;Mp, Ie I our teen' consecutive publl.lied once weeks a week the orlerinf for- Ctlarley .-,",jW. .:"
CITY HALL REPAIR Carter H. MerritC of the CS'
town for receratlonal purposes. : building. septic s of dletrtbutlon
On repairing the city hall tanks Ely. George W. Brown W. T. ate and the final discharge< otaurence
The council ,voted. to accept etc., and rates were dis- (Tom) Coby( "Connell as Aarilnlstrator E.
both properties as well as the the council decided to postpone cussed Permits are: now available Jackson Jr., and Warren will come "before the
work on the Interior but to through the city clerk for WInkler were Inducted at ourt.
J.Alderman's .
playground lot next to T. Cosby Connell Johns.About
this Laurence .
: If this latter Is have work done repairing1 the building with a fee of $5 for time with Nolan Wood. :Jaurence Cosby Connell as Aanlnlstrator -
:front porch immediately. Mr burn serving as Installing of l-
anything above $100 In cost. \
'approved by the) county school 1.8 'ft j.2j
Davis of Davis Cabinet Shop This Question:
cer.Guest k' .
iboard. Deed titles are now be- _,.: ..... .. -
submitted a bid of $780 to replace Councilman questioned the speakers at the meet- -- -.-Jr-- --
prepared by lawyer, according -
ing the front Ing were: Chief of Police Ken "A careless act can cause
; to Mrs. Hazel Thomas porch floor drcp in the road and bridge? This van truck was knocked 36 feet
Puoua and Bradford another to lose
steps and posts replace broken County orVU person his
who appeared tax over the la.t few years txcroitT 0", CONDITION
councilwoman shingles and window Chief Deputy Sheriff! Dolph Red- when it collided with a Seaboard Coastline 'sight..his
panes re- and the clerk was asked to ..k ri.OIUUA 1IAMK ATlAb. / masculinity..and
school board to re-
before the .- dish who discussed problems train engine at the Call Street C va- UAA.tnld.: a./
glaze all windows and paint que t'on J. R. Ke'ly, county tax: Tllbl klTATU OH1 'AuaUUf result in a law suit for
outside woodwork. The council faced by local law enforcement crossing.'
collector about the diffswnce. A'a' 'jAW' I.LOa1ll: vII' $100.000 or more. The
asked If this bid could be split More city ,'ralnage work was agencies and their plans for 111:81\1:0.: :: en U..I&0&8 jll.lVtiV. .
FLORIDA for painting separate and Mr. Improvement of police protec- usual $10,000 personal HIbility -
dscused! and county woike.'s Affutm
Davis said he would) have to are to be contacted again to tion in the local area. Man Escapes UnhurtIn Cash and due frum policy is no longer

check his figures. This was referred see what ,they will be able to Projects were planned for S.banks'ireasury 474,319,82U. adequate. Can the Charley

to the streets, sidewalksand do In this area. the coming year with emphasison Becuritlea 2,037.191.16"bUII..Llu" E. Johns Agency increase
THEATRE buildings committee, to community development of States ana
CITY WATER SYSTEM? Car-Train CrashA 1 m.v Comprehensive Personal -
have .the work 'done. and. continued efforts to Ko-nV1"
.. A city water system under *.? 0.233.99 Liability to
--- 100000...
OTHER CITY BUSINESS help underprivileged children Other i.uuns 2,031,;;L81bana >> .
discuss: for several
Concerning the Hampton Re- on years through, the eye glasses pmiuine., even SI,000,000 for just a
here wa aga'n part of Monday program according to and flz-
Live Oak man escaped: railroad tracks furniture
Kill. SAT. creation Center which opened : business. The and sharing in the Lions tures and other assets few dollars more premi.
,-JAN. 16, 17 even'.nj's without serious injury Friday: City Patrolman Calvin Pace. "
recently, the council voted to program sight onservation represnitln urn?
committee on lights water Jan. 9, when his Ford van collided The Ford: Econollne van skid
)Double Feature set the ae limit! at above 13, for Bradford County) ana Flor bank premises 270,581.40Real
Program and fire protection Dennison! with a train engine on ded 21 feet before collldlnrrwith 4iBiitie: uwiwd other
and the hours to 12 midnighton Glover a'.c>> Thomas Is to talk ida.Club East Call Street In Starke and the engine. Moore had no,than buu. piwuises. 1.00 Charley E.
Friday::! and Saturday and President Marc Jackson) Other Assets 53,600( 4.1
further with officials from
was knocked 36 feet. chance to see the train engine
11 pjm. Monday: through Thursday Broker, to learn how their acknowledged( with thanks the TOTAL A.SSETSt..651.230.51 JOHNS AGENCY
donation of Robert Moore 32, was treated approaching from the south.t
and to be closed on Sundays curtains for win-
water system ,was financed and dows In and released from the Brad: Patrolman Pace said. The engine 1- iUklUtl.
1 / 1 8 it was reported to the constructed and what first the Lions Den. The ford County Hospital. Damageto appeared from between two Demand 4pi.its "f ladle 131 So. Walnut St. Z.
that curtains were .n..lp..
council the management contributed by vlduals
had agreed to abide by hours steps to take. The Brooker cl'y Bill Wilson of Badcock Furniture the front of the truck was buildings. and corpoiatio-ns .H6.762,11 Rhone 96,4-5070:. h
water it reported, Time and suvla.s depuslts
system was Co. estimated at $300. There was Railroad officials could not ,
the council.A.
set .by C. Dennison suggestedthat her has 9(). In contrast the Hampton : Patrolman 'r.o\\ "(\.J'"I"! "
the city buy a flatbed Signals at the Call Street not functioning. jj rJ.., ,.; t1.; ; ..
Wa er Works owned by crossing were not operating Pace said. .
truck, to be used for road repair ,
Mrs. M. L> Watterson. has 134 PERSONALSMrs. when Moore approached the No charges were filed In the .
an.1: other city purposes.:; homes supplied with water at Richard Keys a'd children accident.

COLOR ; : ,;rrJ, Costs of securing one through present. have returned to. Hampton YOUR'FURNITURE
byOeLuisa.3a I KNOW
TlSIS Civil defense surplus property
Prsen for the meeting' MOll after visit'ng' relatives in
"' y'''''' R & D
:; is to be investigated.City diy were all five cotinc'"men'! CrawfordsvIIle: Ind. Spending of Individual, )partn.r-
r eAT .. e ordinance 25A dealing Mr. and Mrs Doc Calloway. .111>>., and corporations ,, ,2 1
Clerk L'll'an
Mayor Thomas! \
To Stress 2,521,963.32
with licenses and license fees. ..
Ingenlath. Marshal R. H. Park- ptrl d'\.tftr_. r 'e!'tard X>,* uaata of United Stator #
PLUS was discussed and referred to er Mr. Bias Mr. Davis T. J. i Sharon' of Boise! Md. were: re. Uoverniiient S3.281.70
in 1969 Deposits of ktat*>
the rules law:i and ordinances Alderman. and Mrs. D. E. Hill. ceo t vlri ors at th? home of and political I}
committee! Glover Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blrt. subdivision!* 1222207.85 ;
In the treasurer's report receipts ttil'i
Saxon to be ready for the next and U.S. industry plans to spend IU&lII.d and Officers' t
Recent visitors with Mr. By BILL WILSONFURNITURE
( fr> December! were $824, ClieckB, etc. 66,858.17TOTAL .tt
meetlnf. with $598 of this from cigarette Mrs. Charles Hicks were Mr. $19.2 billion on research and DKPOSITS: 8,31V.aHU j
Burning trash at the city (A) Total U.tnaadDeposit. 4 < :
tax. $139 utility' tax and $87 and Mr-i. Jack Chambers and: development in 19G9 nine percent 3,577.530.77 STUDY 11.

dump was brought! by Mayor real: estate 'tixe. Disbursements family of Edgewater former more than last year according (B) '.&'0'.' time and

Willard Thcmas, and council- for the month were $ 86. Waldo! residents.! to a survey conductedby savings deposits\ 2,793.343.38 PAYS DIVIDENDS
Othur liabilities u .iJJ4j ;
men agreed that files and mess ; j
Mrs. Helen Mc of New :
with $235 of th'9 as salaries: ugno the Economics Departmentof WI
are kept down if burning is York Is visiting this week with TOTAL I
street light. $69; city clean-up McGraw-Hill Publications LJ.AJ.HUTIES 8509807.81
each !
day as necessary j her son-in-law and daughter
and weather conditions permit. $30: fire department, $22. Company. Learn all you can iilioul furniture i it p.I 1s l
!Mr and Mrs Arthur Bruno, RESERV": ON: LOAYBANDSECURITIES: .
"Business now expects to do off! You'll t-hop more lliriflilv. getting
and family. The Brunos finished {
T $23: billion of R&D by 1972. Reserve for .bud deut tosses r for and,) it will Show invotir
1M+! ".CMNIMCOon' Unih" d Artists installing new display: cases on loans (set up pur- more jour money) : ,,'
,l : : : In their store this week. 20 per c'nt more than in 19G9 uant tu Internal Revenue home.
T r e e Douglas Greenwald the Service Killings) ld.363.18 :f
Mrs. Paul Hobarth of New says : ;
; Total Reserves On J oana {
301 York is spending this week company's chief economist. And Securities! 18,363.18 '
1 Drive-In I IlK poppet Accounts :l' 'I
with her husband at theIr farm Greemvald said that the results -
For here few Hickawav
:"\ ; .MON., TUES. ;Equity capitaltotal (sum are a It-mi lo j
JAN.; 18, 19, 20 home southeast of Hampton. of the survey suggest of below Items) 311 to U 1.123.301),13 II for future rofen-m-e, .:
Mr. ,
and Mrs. Arnol] Haddockare that recent inflationary pressures Capital; Common ,

SHOW remodelling! the Interior of are loading companiestoward IOCK.. total par I' ? "
BEGINS A" SUNDOWN their home on the corner of value $300,000.001,
This more basic research 1 t
was ADMISSION: Adults) 75c, Students 60c Navarre Ave. and Division No. shares au- I J Veneering! : Very lliin piece of wood! !glued! ,
the RUMBLE Children Under 12 Street. which will provide new proc- thorlztd 12,000 l f:>- 0\er heat i'I' piece. i iIti'
Free ossi-.i'' to rcvluce costs and in- No. hares out- ;
that Rf'1:1gf2Lai Joe Wiggins entered the medical standing 12.000 ''I I
croa(' capacity.He .
..... Dclli. FIJI., ;.\T.. SUN.. .1.\N.16, .17, 18 center In Gainesville sun- pointed! out that for industry Surplus Undivided profits 623.000.00 U,6U7U3,, t-
._ day for treatment and cbserva- Reserves 179,9rf. Lacquering/ : Many lacers of -oloro l \ar-
"' -"' -J. I
The deadliest gjmble ever dated, Double Feature 1'roaram.., : 'tlon. .ft t iiH n whale. clots, are TOTAL CAPITAL AC. I. flail appliedrr metal or ff

The odds are ap insl the house Jerry Brown and Randy Hay: expected to rifle live per' cent CUUX'l'S 1.123.3M,72 ; wood. JapjineM'* 11I.'fJIII.r" arc'..

when bet violence W es of Camp LeJeuns N. C., this year und 14 per' cent between : ( I lie I (inc.t.Rrd f.'
you against ___ TOTAL
spent last weekend here with 19! ,19! and( 1972. "This I! j1(
f1 : HKSlillVKS.: AND: CAPITAL I IitJ Im
a iwolf' ,m millions', PRUla fE IWl
their families the W. K. nit-mi1* that the real gain in ACCOUNTS 7,631,2.0.31lfmorod (

jonnne WOOD W AlA Browns, and Fos'er Hayes. K&D will come to only 3.8 percent o
HEU'S'DQ Mr. and Mrs. D. E Hill attended this year and 5.3: per' cent Average of total io- = t

ROBERT lUnGHERuiinnmc the JU-Mlaml basketball for the Ihree'eat's t ahead. The posits calendar for days the 15 endIng i f I

ANGELS 00 1": game at the Col'aeum In Jack balance will be inflation" he with cull date 6,221,493.00, ) { :. 'Inrqurr rhino rnbinrl \1'lei',
sonville last Saturday: nIght explained.(, Average of total loans j l '

; : !'. with Mr. and Mrs Pavl Estes "If R&I) i is deflated to eliminate days for the ending 15 calendar.with .7 1j
and Jaunita, of Dostors ;
rising casts Greenwaldsaid call date J \,
"" / Ruth S. ,Johns Assistant "c
A. "the amount that will be Cashier of the above named \. t;;
/ Q t UNIVERSAL I NEWMAN[ FOREMAN PICIURf CARD OF THANKS performed this year expressed this bank report do ..olemny.e\Venr of condition! Is true that v i ,v..

/ It! Words! cannot adequately express in 19S(! dollars, will be $18.:! and correct and to- belief.the bent of my i iknuwlvdKe "", i Dovetail: Furn llIl'I' |pal> tii:.!,rllu-r. \\it\i\. inor- i wjilir : !

TECHNl OLOR'/PANA VISION' !'! my deep appreciation for billion mid( the 1)72!) planned ,Currect Attest: Hut h S. Johns J I iinil Iriioii' I-inill. loii nrs &/.

the cards and flowers and the figure becomes( 19.1: billion." S.. E.L. TOMliI.VSOX FKKK.:: ..110.J. of wood 'lilting in li.)!I..-) \vitli- r4.

: -I'l.I'S- many kind acts that came to Industries that have traditionally C. E. HEllNWAUli J,..;,. out glue( or n.li k J;,)
me during my recent Illness In been' the largest performers Dlr otor j 8 |
ti MGM presents A Freeman Ender Production zI1 State of Florida. :'f" '
the Gilhooly. 1.
of R&D expect' to remain County of Brad fort. us 1 r,

; ROWAN &MARTIN The newspaper lit the I so over the next three tarn Sworn me thin to and 12th nubaerlbad d.LY of January b*-- BadcocJt )'"

n li ::1 breakfast table can he hal years. Topping' the list is aerospace 1970. and I hereby certify V r
that I am not an officer or director ;j f
ardmis. when the with R&I
especially! sin programof bank. .
"THE MALTESE BIPPY" of this ,}y )
UPWS is Hut everything your $7.4 billion in 1972, 32 percent (SEAL)
PanaviSion, and Metroco'0'' |[]|gg 3* wire has! cooked' has just brcn! of all the R&IJ Virginia F. Hnrby. Notary Public t FURNITURE, and APPLIANCES |!
S lee,.......oc."'MMMKIyI,.......... that will ; State of Florida at I>argr (

placed( list oil the government'sunison he done by industry. .My. 1372.Commission expire. July ,t 'Thii I, slip Firs in e .."/ J'i*"'

AD VER rISEMENTGainesville ...:.te".. ,Jo.:'_':._ -1'" ""'_''' .:.. ,-n '" ." ,_. _. ,',.<" "...JJ.f':. .ti'...:,?'!>
... dh4l
mi3I :c.i ): 3.v s,4.
my pleasure to prwcot tile 1lewest
Hearing Aid Co. member of our organization' : :Bill which fits: In UM ear; It feu u

Gardner.Mr. Intern*! power souree-&n soars?

Gardner brings with him cell (battery) half the size of an

Introduces Bill GardnerBy several years' experience as a aspirin.Bill ,

consultant and distributor. For'the and his wife. Clndee. no ./ .J._ _

past 7 years he has been Sales the company twisted by Cherye

DON RICHIE Manager for a prominent company Sykes. congenial receptionist.:

in the nearlngald field,with offices come In and .M the many typesof

The many friends of the late Mrs. In Tennessee, Georgia and Ken- ultra-modern bearing aid devices -

Lee Estelle Derfe, proprietor of. tucky. now available designed lor

GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CO., We are proud to welcome W.H. custom-fit and to be lust right

106 E. University Ave.. mourn her Gardner with his rich background for the particular customer. Uyou rr

untimely passing on April 28, but and wealth of knowledge. His mate have a loved one or friend who \

her work goes on capable) bands. 1, Job will be to work with each of -hasn't gotten around seeking

For years she had studied and our customers, to assure them of better bearing do some advance

administered to the profound, but the best possible hearing enhancement scouting for kiln or her.
not defeating defect that wu. her with their aids. Talk to Bill Gardner or one of

own as well as that of thousands I Give Mr. Gardner a call either Us staff. Heart Hear!

whom she helped. She was a certified to get acquainted or to ask for his

audiologist and member of) wonderful Ideas as to how we may

many societies for the Improvement be able to Improve your hearing.* WORTHr

or aid of impairment to 'Lee would want her many friends, The time to start dreaming

hearing. and the new friends she would have J1 [l @
She ''preached often that is when start
made to call on Bill Gardner at you saving !
Impaired hearing is only a wall'

between communicators and has and chat with him. On June 2, he And the place to start saving i is here.
nothing to do with Intelligence in \Ve in industry need) oceanography .

children or adults. Sbe also was of "t c became business owner from, having Mrs.purchasedthe Derda's just a< much as oceanography and right now! Wh Because not only will

the opinion that many or most estate. needs industry. No your savings earn good sound bank interest

hearing difficulties can be overcome company i is so large or so enduring here, but also every other banking

through training and through Some things that few with normal that it can afford to service
'sdene.. That was the mission of hearing realize and some with ignore the profit potential of you is right here under the same roof!

her GAINESVILLE>> HEARING AID Impaired hearing don'tAn this new science. Without new-

CO.--not merely a store to buy audiologist\ has to have extensive markets without new sources Save here every; payday!

hearing aids but a place where study and training and must be of profit industry dries up in a

confidence could be restored and state registered Just as must a remarkably short time. No

Impairment of one of the senses pharmacist. He must be a technician major company seriously expects

all but ignored by the erstwhile of the Inner ear, its defects to be manufacturing exactly -
sufferer and his associates: BILL GARDNER-new owner of and Improvement of those defects the same products even FLORIDA

And with almost a sixth sense.Lea GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CO. and must be certified to fill doc five years from now that it is

Derda.shortly before she died, 106 E. University Ave. tors' prescriptions and to give manufacturiiiK today Youwho

picked her successor.m hearing tests. He should not making careers
only are your
One wonders if she knew
February she named as maaag really sell, but be able to repair hearing in oceanography must lead the "BANK AT STARKE
CArdDer.utatebe would become as he is now,
V. W.H. (Bill) the sole owner of GAINESVILLE aids, as well as service them. way for both government and SS BS BS S S1 B

registered consultant who has Hearing aids (see the ad) have industry. For industry. I will Member Federal
(completed the educational To been getting more compact and say that we're excited about Insurance Corp.
quote Mrs. Derda, In an ad she.
'requirements for certification to had more reliable all of the time. For the things you are doing we One of
prepared Just before she 30 Banks of the Florida
become a certified bearing aid passed away: 'Dear Customer: instance the Telex Corp. has one will give you all the supportwe National Group

laudiologist. In order to serve you better it Is with no cords or fangHng parts-- can and we wish you
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Tornadoes Now 4-5 For ScosonT

SERVICE MEN Raiders Friday. BHS Cagers Drop 2 Games I

1 tee ,
IS -
Facing three games on the Next Tuesday. Jan. 20, the --- -- .-.
Dropping two straight games.In performances the BIIS five has into the second quarter witha -
q, .- Thomas N. Lyon Jr., son of road Bradford High cagers must Tornadoes will Journey to Lake the past week Tornado bas- given this season. Sexton told 7-6 lead. jio'.J, ; "\ ... .
$r. and Mrs. William: L. Soto now try to Improve on a deficit City for a rematch with the :!! y ,, -
ketballers fell to four wins the Big Red players they gave But the black men of Green n't\J'\ ( ',".
R-100 South, Starke, has been 4-5 season mark where Tigers they beat here 62-55 and five losses for the sea 100 per cent and that he was Cove shoveled In 23 points in '
promoted' to sergeant in the the going is the toughest. Jan. 6. Steve Dortch, 6-5, does son and have three road games proud of them. a big second quarter leading ..... '
.1 -U. S. Air Force most of the scoring for Lake facing them.In 29-25 at the half and were
r Sergeant Lyon Is an electronic They face: an uphill battle City.; The Tigers have a 1-7 But it was a different story again behind.
; system tomorrow night in Orange Park, record. a roughhouse contest with Tuesday night as the Tornadoes
repairman at a team that beat the Tornadoes Then Jan. 23 the Green Cove Springs the Tor- lost to Green Cove In a
ftoodfellow AFB Tex.. with the 70-49 in the OP on Friday. BUS Was down five points
'i }g5942nd:. School SQua ron. Tournament Christmas Tornadoes will travel to St. ,1. 41-36, after the third period.At .
'i The sergeant is a 1967 graduate Augustine for another rematch. one point early in the third
I of Bradford: County High BHS will be a new team when BHS edged the Yellow Jackets: period the Tornadoes pulledto
School. 41-40 here in a thriller In the U within two points, 31-29. but
wife Wendy, is they face the Raiders however, :
t the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. since the loss of starters third game of the season. two straight Green Cove lay-

I.. F. Gavding.: 5386 Prospect, Christy Chandler and Tom ups as the Blue Devils used

,: Bt., Ravenna, Ohio ,Marks both of whom were ........ ,'. a snowbird to take a long in-
starters. BHS has played the .-:... '#.'f, court thrown again opened a
;':.:'. 'I 35-31
last three games without the B-Squad Wins four-point margin.
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pair, winning one over Lake -. 5f The Tornadoes were down
BISHESS TIUIlOr\ City; and losing to Green Cove eight points, 47-38, early in
Springs and undefeated Live Over Green CoveBradford a the fourth period and were gradually -
H. -. ,' Oak
't. !
? -g vmg!; \i' .1 perion.ilv. pulling back up when time
..\p-c-- ,.p :: ''end, .liF.! ,..trTre'?- ran out and the Blue Devils
'r "\L"J"\ III. '..:>. :the Spec OP's Paul Schlitman and High Junior! varsity began stalling and forcing
-\J..er-n: a .o.inon.\ Mickey Brokas are both aver eager,with five freshmen start. fouls. 1 f w
C...- : :m,'Jerate: ;ost. selected:: : aging close to 15 points per Ing won its second game of the i o
and will be Green Cove had 23 field
S e inJ .on; ,iJeratior game the Raiders season Tuesday night 54-31
.' "- r'n;;c uflj hobbie of big guns, BHS Coach Mike Sex over Green Cove Springs. goals to 17 for BUS. The Tor. ., i"s + r.
-... ",,. ton says. nadoes were 18 for 24 at the
r .re:: mo : .tppn-pruie Malachl Henry: led' the Baby:
. free throw line and Green Cove
( .
;;lung! Tornadoes with 17 points( and
m ... BHS' David McKnight has was 10 for 21.
N '_-. r. ;r1e !gdt; .h"tIiJ Gary Bost had 15. Gray Flynn u
to life In the past four plv 4 A,
'. ,"', come
r -!;:: and Danny McKinney hit for 6 David Knight was high
... and will take a 15
game 1
'lI1e-- '';I. !'::' into the OP each Carl Riherd had 4. Jim scorer for the night with 20
scoring average my Ricks Kennls Kelly 2, and points. He hit 53 per cent from
game. lie leads the Tornadoes. David Alvarez 1. the field with an 8 for 15 performance Green Con's1 Battle takes' a long pass on his

Mark Graudons is averaging All 12 BHS players got in the : say in for an easy lay up after putting a "snow. I

about 10 points per game and game. The o'hers'are Alphmso: It was the third bird" job on the Tornadoes.
NEW YEAR scored 22 points against tough straight gamein
Berry, Edie Hazen. Brian which
Knight: has scored
Live Oak in his top performance Johns an! Mike: Glssy. 20 points. midway;) the third period. But hit 25 points. Alfred Smith had
of the season. Dean Henry and Bost both are with three minutes to play the 16 points and Bob Morgan ]14
Silver Dollar Johns, starting since the two Averaging: 10 points per game John, the only other BITS Tornadoes had pulled within to make three Bulldogs In double
players quit, has also hit in for the Tornadoes. t player in double figures, hit two points of the Bulldogs at figures
double figures in two games The Green Cove contest: ass l six of eight field goal attempts 60-58.
Freddie Graudons is hitting a- a 75 per cent average,
SPECIAL one) of the first !in which the
round I nine points per game in scoring his 13 points. Five straight points by the SVM5URYBIIS
too and is becoming an effective Baby Tornadoes "didn't face: :a Bulldogs put the game out of
bunch of super sophomore. reach. Tall Bob 7 IS 11 16 52
rebounder to help out his Three Blue Devils were in : Morgan rebounded
cousin Mark and juniors" Caaeh! Chuck double figures. David Evans and put a lay up backin GC 6 23 12 13 56
Mason said. He pointed out the led with 16 points, Chet Austin to make it 62-58:! Alfred
Orange Park has a 6-3 sea BHS club has five freshmen: had 14, and Doc Johnson Smith sank two free throwsto BUS- McKnight 8-4-20.:! Grau
son mark. who start. The shorter Green Cove Blue Devils didn't let 13. make it 64-58 as BUS' Tim dons 1-5-7. Murphey 1-4-6,
the disadvantage bother them Murphey fouled out. and LO's Graudon 146Johns 6113.
Tuesday night as
v Be sure that planting holes "They; got hot," Coach Mike Bobby Frier hit on a jumperto riherd 0-0-0 McGee 000.
are large enough to accommodate : they gave BUS fits under the boards. Sexton commented. "We could- make it 66-58. Totals 17-18-52.
Let's Go the roots without crowding.In 'nt hit. We just had a terrible Green CoveJohnson 6-1-13.
the bottom of each: hole nadoes stayed close all I night, non-conference tilt. The Blue night." A bucket each DaUdMc-- Battle 3-1-7, Kenney 3-0-6.
4t.. a drop a handful of garden fertilizer but went down 56-52 for their Devils placed; eight Negroes Knight andIark: Graudons E'ans2.16., Austin 4-6-14.
and cover lightly!; with fifth defeat. The Blue Devils who outscrapped the Tornadoesall Knight: recehed a plaudit brought BIIS back to within Smith 0-0-0. Francis 0-0-U.
,.Gardening top soil. Dip the roots of each whipped BUS 57-45 in the opening the way.;) from the Green Cove coach, who four points, 66.62, but time Totals 23-10-36.
plant in a bucket of water just game of the season too. termed the BUS star a "One ran out.
before planting. Insert new bushso BHS shot hit only six of 23 player."
lay Hervey Rliarpe! Rdltot that the root system will Hosting Live Oak last Friday field goal attempts In the first' BUS had 29 field goals to LO's
Florida Agrktutaral Lay stand at the same level thatit Jan. 9, the Tornadoes hall Dean Johns, who( turned in LIVE OAK GAMEIn 27 but hit only four of 15 free LIVE OAK SUMMARYBUS : :
totuMon Service stood in the nurser;' row. pulled within two points of the his top performance of the year dropping the hotly fought throws while Live Oak scored
BRILLIANTUncirculated undefeated Bulldogs but lost with 17 points, hit the first Live Oak game, the Tornadoeslost 13 charity points. The Tornadoes 15 10 I 17 20. 62
With a slow stream of water 67-62 in what Coach Mike BHS Held goal with 2:50: left their first Florida Star shot 42 per cent from the LO I 17 19 16 15 67
Poses and mothersinlaware from a hose, work the soil Sexton termed one of the best in the first period. BHS went Conference contest. They now Held, sinking 29 of 69 shots
often sticky subjects. But about the roots, filling the holeto are in second place with a 3.1 their best of the season. BUSMcKnight 12123.
Nice For Keepsakes. remember, without either-- the ground level. Pack firmly h.. _ loop mark against Live Oak Graudon 10222.llIrphe: 317 -
Gifts or Investment this would be adulldrabworld.Often and put a saucer of earth 5-0 record. McKnight's 25 points was his Graudons 204. Johns 2-
around the plant to hold water. second high for the season. 0-4, Riherd 000. :McGee U-
Single ....... $3.75 handled with both"gloved have hands to ,be" Trade Of t Home 'It >_r IWIt tlfc el l lM4 Live Oak left town Friday Mark Graudons scored 22:!pointsin 00. Totals 29462.
When the rose bushes beginto night still undefeated but not the Live Oak contest the Live OakFrier 12-2-23,
but if they are treated
properly /
; leaf out, keep an eye out e6atnleaipyr4tt'' before had bad first time this season he had mlth216; Bailey 0-3-3.
5 For ........ 17.95 both will bring enjoyment;) they; gotten a
for diseases such as black spot, scare: from the scrappy Tornadoes broken :20! points. Morgan 6214. Jones 419.
to home and the garden. -
brown canker,and powdery mil ., - - who were down points Lhe Oak's Bobby;) Frier also Totals 27-13-67.!
...... 34.95 -
10 For Since gardening is a safer dew. Insect pests that may harm - -

subject than domestic: affairs, the bushes will include aphids,
Trade in your Odd and here are a few tips on roses. thrips, pumpkin bugs, cottony-; Where
Ends of Old Coins for However, ;you might keep in cushion scale and red spider
Beautiful Silver Dollars- mind that a dozen roses and a mites. the Sportsare
few kind words often soften
Bring them in for Your agricultural director
: ap county
the damage of a domestic tiff.
praisal.Bullington's; will be your best sourceof !
Roses come in two main information on controllingthese flJ8O.IsDsyIOwned
classes; dormant (bare roots) insects and diseases California leads the wax' with
New York! close behind
and container The dor- -
grown. faits --, ---faits
mant rose plants are graded comes to the wonderful worldof
Ph one 9fij.j271 number I, number 1 1/2 and sports sa>s the National Sporting .
the Od Afmcfz
number 2 based on size and !! Goods Association. :
I number of canes. Grade I is According to a recent tally of

best. sporting foods sales in 1968. Cali. We Deliver We Are Proud To
fornia and :New'York! along with and OperatedBY Orders Over
JacksonvilleBusiness Container-grown rose plantsare Illinois. Penns)lvanu. Ohio. Texas. Announce That
"Florida Fancy No. 1"" :\richigJM'e": Jersev. Massachusetts : $5.00 In City Limits
and "Florida Fancy;) No. 2. and Florida accounted for
Plants which do not conformto 59 :22'!:! of the total United Slates MR. and MRS. MR. ERNEST ALLEN
standards for one of these sports market'!. : PHONE 964-8077
grades are not eligible for any; The study also showed thatmenca's COLON THOMAS Has Joined u* a<

Florida grade label. The bestquality The only safe thing to do \ "(op ten" sports acti\- :MARKET MANAGER:'

; rose plant obtainableis behind a person's hack is to ices arc lin order) boating, bowling .
a "Florida Fanc)' contain !!. fishing billiards, ice skating,
DirectoryAuto er-grown plant with Rosa for- pat nt.it.- tiff. ttttttta- camping: hunting golf water skiing!. Ernest Invites All His Firends To Visit Him. .
tunlana rootstock.For ,md iircherr \'

those who lack a defin- :xxw-xw-w--:: : :: :

Sales and Service ite stock green as these thumb,plants try the are potted almost i r ;Fr&J; ;;

Parrish MotorsSALES sure to live. I DeWitt C. Jones ?i> the Difference-Save Me Differenc

Varieties to plant can be a
problem. Old-fashioned favorites
SERVICE have advantages over the ill STARKE |f
f VOLVO newcomers. These include such ..t
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PARTS PHONE 961.6200 :|
roses as Louis Phillippe, Summer FRESH FRESHGROUND
,. Sunshine, Mothersday and i f j
i.; 921 Always Laura St.Good-Used Ph. Cars 356-5654 Queen Elizabeth. 1@@ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1|j PICNICS BEEF

LB. 3 J-49
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in a separate cutting garden,
because they're far from hand ........... ................... .

PEAVY Brothers some if not pruned properly;), ,
i covered most of the time with j

; Electric Co., protective fungicides and def .
nuded of flower buds daily p r1 Baby Beef Liver lb.59c
h ; Electric :Motors Select a site in a sunny loj j BUYING COINS
cation. In the event the bed kIs
Sold Serviced Repaired TO
X20% 50% OVER Value'
i Generators Starters Armature located near large plants, | ? Face ,
i Rewinding.Jsc protect the rose bushes from i +, DIMES, QUARTERS, HALVES, DOLLARS sr ..................................
roots with a sheet
marauding \
f f I-enox Jax. 387-2528 1964 OR BEFORE +
: of metal roofing buried vertically I +4
/ along the side of the 1 Also we will buy 1965 Halves Nickel 1959 or. FRESHBOSTON TENDERIZED: SHANK:
PIANOS bed. before Cents 1951 or before SLAB BACON
i YAMAHA: PIANOS Prepare the planting site
; KIMBALL prior to securing the rose bush LB .
COlliN and
ORGANS es. If the soil is loose, light BULLINGTON'S -.Starke t, f. 63CEGGS HAM LB. 69C' 65C

i and sandy, remove it to a depthof Fhones Day 964-7271 Nljht 964-6250 ''
15 Inches and replace: with
i, compost of rotted leaves, manure J
and rich hammock soil 1 *
For best growth, be sure the FRESH FISH
r replaced material is quite acid. 3 DOZEN
Many sandy soils in south Flo- RE(;. 63c VALUE
i" rida contain too much lime 1 I We Dress'Em Ready For
for best rose production, say $1.69 LBS. -
University of Florida rose 4 53C

:,. Rooseveltlal13888519 planting.Choose First an overcast check the day plant for 75 LaCrosse Flu. Ph. Alaehu 482.2628 GA. RED 30.3 CANSTOMATOES GA. RED 303 CANS Cl'T
carefully and cut back the bush'o i iDIXIE I

":" WESTERN STORE. .ff all four broken or five roots.eyes. Trim OLIVER 10 DIFFERENT TRACTORS SIZES 5 FOR 99c i GREEN' BE/JNS--6FOR-99C/

II. Implements Sidewinder Mowers Holland


: Western Store Combine and Hay Equipment

: .V..tern Clothlnfc Leather Blue. Ezee Flow and Others.
r goods Saddle Hid Trailer I'cff66 CANS REG. 39c VALUE
i Charles Sharon Patty TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL l\IAKES&.lUOTJEU? | 5 99C
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LBS. .
; WI 8. Ed/rewood/ fM-Ull SALE 99C 4 33cJAN.

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Our editoriof" Sales TaxFigures
Attitudes & Platitudes Jerry Marcus ".

Gain r., JI.a womoa's

G In November t .

11 I ;. { 81 -y'- ,.ifftIJffg{ {

I' 0 0 Sales tax collections reporte3 -
) : on November sales in Bradford \ r

The. Need For Planmna gJtt' .ti an 18.70 County per cent totaled gain 40713.51 over the, By Martha Extension Sue McCain

34299.83 collected on November County :
sales In 1968. Home Economics Agent

Will Starke in 1980 be the healthful All this miraculous change in Jacksonville --- "- -

attractive place to live that we is a matter of planning some "flilit?"pr" Union County reported a I SHOPPING FOR PILLOWS !SAVES WEAR AND TEAR

would like for it to be, or will buIld- of which was started as long as forty 32.82 per cent Increase from During the 'traditional January If home remodeling Is on

ings now vacant and crumbling still years ago and which is just now com- GAS $8.030.71 in November 1968 to white Sales the subject of ;your mind, consider Including
be vacant and crumbling. auto ing into fruition. The lengthy processof 8009.90 In November 1969.! pillows might come up. There |a "backdoor bathroom" In your
tCJJ;; Clay County showed a 16.13 percent are nearly as many different ;plans. For families :with young
junk yards stacked even higher with planning was described here in a gain from 70406.81 in November size pillows as there are sheets.A children: this can be al real
abandoned Jalopies. and water and talk at the Starke Rotary Club last C 1968 to 81762.05 for the standard sized pillow Is 21 work; saver for mother. How
air pollution many times worse at week by Jacksonville Councilman Don'' same month in 1969. Biker 1 Inches by 27 Inches and comes :often youngsters come In wet

the close of the present decade than MacLean who strongly advised that County showed a 20.36 per cent in a variety of materials, The and muddy, ,to use the bath-
they are today? Starke start NOW on a planned pro- gain from $$34,299.83 for November label will indicate the filling. room, ret a drink or wash
1968 to $40.713.51 in Novem- of filling materials are: their hands I Of course, this
for the new decade. He graciously -
gram 7n1 ipl" ier 1969. Feathers-Down, Goose Duck, bathroom need's a frequent
The choice is
ours. offered the assistance and adviceof
Turkey, and Chicken.! scrubbing-including floor, wall
the Jacksonville planners in help- --- The state as a whole continued Latex Foam Rubber- Chopped areas and fixtures-to keep it
Many other towns and cities are ing our community get its future plan- its steady increase In sales ) or in one piece. clean and! sanitary. But it cer-
doing something about these prob- ning off the ground. tax collections showing a gain Urethane Foam Choppedor tainly saves wear sad tear on
lemsat least making plans how of $7.5 million, or 17.7 per cent In one piece, similar to rub- the rest of the houseand

to deal with them. But so far Starkeis Helping its neighbors grow and over the collections for Novem- ber.Fiber mother's nerves!
ber 1968. Filled-man-made:: fiber Over the
holidays I luckedup
letting the future take of \
care prosper is just good business for of polyester or acrylic. on this recipe and I think
Itself. Jacksonville the speaker said for Kapok-a natural fiber. you will like:

4 anything contributing to the growth of collections The increase brought in November the fiscal A good pillow will: VANILLA WAFER CAKE

The secret, of course in solving the area automatically helps every year totals (July through NoS ((1)) Be light in welzht.! (2)pring ) Six eggs 1 cup butter,'2 cups

municipal as well as personal pro- other town and city it was pointedout. umber) to more than $251 million back after you touch it. sugar one 12oz. package vanilla
blems is in planning.If ahowlnor an Increase of ((3)) Not easily "shift" the fill- wafers, 1 cup moist-coco
"llllhapl"Th. nearly $36 million or 16.6 ing. <(4)) Be free from lumps nut 1 cup pecans (chopped: ).
per :land: dust. ((5)) Be free from odjors. -
careful planning is needed for If there is one area in which Starke Trav.'." Saffly, S.rvic. cent over the 1968 fiscal year 'i ((6)) Have a closely woven eggs one butter at a and time sugar beating add

mapping an individual career or the has lagged in past decades it is in collections. cover with welted seams. 'well. Adi vanilla waters and

successful operation of a business planning. The growth that has taken Alcohol and gasoline never did, and never will, mix. Pillows! need CARE: too beat until smooth. Add coconut

how much more is It needed for the place has been In a haphazard manner: lan after an Illness and when and pecans. Bake in square'

orderly growth of a town or city. sometimes right and sometimes ticking becomes soiled pan 9x9 at 275 :degrees: about
FarmersWe BACKDOOR BATHROOMBlanding 1 to 1H hours. Cut In
wrong-- with no thought for the over- Diaryspells squares.
To view the results of effective all picture.

planning we have only to drive forty 0 suppose that at one timeor Deer Kill 01 224

miles to our neighboring city of Jacksonville Now is the time to correct this another It has been wetter

where a decade ago the river- shortcoming and look forward to than last It was week here, or in colder the county than here we've and seen we since don't we'vebeen wantto Is Second Highest In State

front was an eyesore of decaying greeting 1980 as a more beautiful it was later in pie week, but see another one in a hurry. -
in the harvest of this
wharves and. dilapidated warehouses. more orderly town rather than leav- we can't remember having two The 1969-70 hunting season crease

Today the waterfront is a thing of ing things up to a hit-or-miss tech- such extremes so close together rrr closed for deer, turkey 4, with bear the and nine hog popular enjoyed game a considerable bird. Hog hunters harvest
beauty matching the scenic splendors before. This time the weatherman A January
nique. Increase with the Aucilla area
The freeze knocked down the northeast region wildlife management -
offered by the most progressive citiesof was right when he fore- providing best hunting in this
cast "rain followed by cold," ferns and various other plants areas reporting an estimated
the nation. Soon the city will be We thank our Jacksonville visitorfor but he should have said floodand around the yard, and we're 1,187 deer, 326 turkey category.The .
encircled by a limited access "belt his advice and offer of assistance freeze. afraid that it damaged our one and 1,152 hogs bagged. Aucllla area also pro-
By Sam McGarvey .citrus calomondln According to Steven K. Stafford vided best deer hunting results
highway" which will open vast new and strongly recommend that some -- a young
Camp Blanding reporting
rrr tree which was just beginning Regional Game Biologistfor
areas for development making any groupgenuinely interested in a better night would be just as bad C to come into good production.What the Game and Fresh Water second highest totals. The

part of the metropolis accessible by community ten years from nowtake The week started with a heavy and it was. We had taken the effect it had on the Fish Commission, the general Steinhatchee, Lake Butler and
car in a matter of minutes. extra precaution putting some Gulf Hammock areas also offered -
advantage of the offer. rain Sunday night and by Mon- berry plantings and on greens season provided good hunting
day morning when Sam took kerosene in the trap of the was not evident at the time with the deer and hog totals better than average har-
"johnny" out in the carport of writing. showing an increase over the vests.
off in his Little Red Wagonfor
because by then the cold had 1968-69 season. For tie small game hunter,
work the rain was pelting ) persisted for a long time and 0 Estimated number of deer squirrel and quail season remains -

I Commendable DecisionWe flooded down and, the he just driveway about was got there is no heat in that bath and turkey taken from the individual open until February 22.

out without getting stuck.Ditches room. On Friday morning, In any event, it now seems areas is as follows: The Nassau and Steinhatchee
Sam's car was coated with ice, areas and the Osceola area
along the highway to Starke .that Art Schulz was right when Aueilla 245 deer and 142 tur-
were overflowing, the same old and although it started, it did he predicted a long, cold win- key; Camp Blanding, 224 deer south of Interstate 10 will remain -
ponds had formed on Temple so only after a. lot of sneezingand ter, based on the fact that (closed to turkey hunting). Gulf open for these species
commend the Florida Times- coughing. coat Hammock, 155 deer and 54 tur- until that date.Waterfowl .
stock had grown a heavy
Avenue in Starke and bad
"It is to the credit of exhibitors as
Union and Jacksonville Journal many hunters will be allowed -
for it was, Sam expected to see of hair this season. You can key; Lake Butler 142 deer
their new policy of refusing advertise- the editorial said "that they an Ark preparing to set sail r w be sure the cows were better (closed to turkey hunting); to pursue their favorite
ments for X-rated movies which are refuse pictures which they consider from that city. off with that "winter overcoat" Lochloosa, 46 deer, (closed to targets during a special sea-
obscene or insist on the deletion of Now as everyone here knows, during the siege of cold weather turkey hunting);Nassau,94 deer son from January 16 through
deemed unfit for viewing by persons considered objectionable.The 5 a good self-respecting) cold and 22 turkey; Osceola, 107 January 31, Stafford said. The
under 16 years of age. passages wave is only supposed to last deer (closed to turkey hunt- speical bonus season for scaup
Times-Union and Journal are family The skies cleared and two days and we looked forwardto 0 ing); Steinhatchee, 159 deer and only will be open in certain
newspapers which into thousands ,though some relief by Friday night. portions of the lower Gulf and
The decision was reached after con- go by Wednesday the wind. had 96 turkey; Tide Swamp 15 deer
siderable soul-searching and may bethe upon thousands of homes in Florida shifted around and was gusting 'However. the temperature Of course, with it all, we and 12 turkey. Atlantic coasts.Information regarding -
and Georgia and are read by adults from .the northwest, warning 'stayed down in the 30's all .were lucky in our climate here Three of the areas were this speical season may
of in
sign trend
a breakthrough a day Friday and that It be obtained by
night contacting
elsoed any
and children alike." of a cold front on 'the for we think In terms of de- to turkey hunting this
that has entertainment standards way went down again to about 20 Game and Fresh WaterFish
seen '
It arrived that night, drivingthe grees below freezing, while up i season, resulting in slightde-
drop lower and lower as pornographic temperature down to about and the only happy people) a- north they have to contend with Commission office.

movies books and even television 20, a low mark for the past round were those in the fuel degrees below zero. And what ,
The business. By that time,we were world of difference there is Postal Clerk 37 Teachers
programs flourished across the land. editorial continued: "We do not three years, and Instead of beginning to wonder if It was a
want to be in the position of daily': ponds in our driveway, we had ever going to warm up agaIn In those 32 degrees. Position SaidMisrepresented

In announcing their decision the news- contributing to a nationwide trend which: taken small the skating usual rinks.precautions--We had 0 .
papers said the basic question was we deplore. Other organizations and'' anti-freeze In Alice's car ana- rrr Raises

whether by carrying such advertisements individuals are becoming Increasingly'aware dripping faucets to keep outside We see.where greenhouse A spokesman for the area's
Saturday the
of the problem water lines from freezing night 1 perts) have, learned that stale organized!
the and postal clerks
papers were actually perhaps cold says
somewhat and.!
up beer is a better slug killer Pay raises were given 37
contributing to the decline of public if enough do, the tide will be reversed damage.-- and got through without by Sunday morning clouds appeared than a chemical which has been that millions of mall pai-rcns Bradford school teachers Tues

morals while deploring this declineon and the movie-makers will get themes-, and the forecast called I employed for that purpose. All have been*misled by niws reports day, but they'll have to look
their editorial pages. sage that people want more wholesomeness rr for milder temperaturesand I of which indicates there is a out Washington stating closely at the pay checks or
." I guess what-- more rain. Thus 1 use for everything if you can that the United Federation:! of they'll never see It.

We expected that Thursday ended one- of the longest. cold. I ,Just find out what it is. Administration Posal Clerks has accepted an The token raise was approvedby
package deal on the School Board to comply
., postal reform and:! pay. with State Department of

t:::::::::*::::-H8:::::*:::&:::::::;*::xFARM::::;:::::::;:::;::: ;::::::;:::::::::::;:::;:;:;:;:::::.::: :.: BETTERS' education regulations which
a Ed Hall, secretary of Local Supt. Tom Casey says now call
I Curb That ImpulseBradford r AND RANCH Junior Womens Club 2782: cf the AFL-CIO union here, for annual increments for all
January 12. 1970 blamed the press generally for teachers.

4? Si-arke, Florida. "a torrent of news stories that Beginning teachers in Brad-
By George T. Hugging Editor the postal unions have agreedto ford County are paid $6,000per

COUNTY AGENT Bradford County Telegraph support a modifies postal year. The salary schedule
.County farmers are now r planning on many phases of agriculture Agricultural Extension Service Starke. Florida:! corporation In return for a does not call for a pay raise

mall receiving forms or for soon the will receive in the i from is based on statistics compiled ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::.:.:.:.:.:.:,:,:.:,:,:_,:,:,:,:.,.:M.:.:.,:,:.,:.,:..:.,:..:;.:,..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..: The Starke Junior Women's hefty 11 per cent raise." until after the third year when
information -- --- "
new agriculturalcensus. i contained in the census Club would like to commend they go on continuing contract.

so that farmers may be defeating Since January there has without a Soil Conservation ,the Starke City Council for a "These reports are completelyfalse : They have been getting $6,300.To .
programs designed for their own good been numerous and a varietyof Technician since November 30., step forward in building a new ," Hall said. "Our national comply with the new reg-
: City Hall for Starke. union despite two sessions! with ulation, the School Board approved -
if they fail to supply accurate figures. questions about our new At the present time we haveno
pesticide law. Indication from the District City Hall is the first place Administration( leaders in the a $5 per year annual
Some be ,that a new resident becomes White House, at their invitation increase for 21 second year
may tempted to toss the. Earlier a few statements were as to when a technician teachers and $10
form in the trash basket when they made that were not quite clearor will ;te assigned to this acquainted with when he has not agree: to any- 16 per year
Those who receive the forms Until comes to( the city. What type thingnot to a package;! deal third year teachers retro-
area. !
take little the
a look at it and find it almostas are have changed just a positIon Is fill active to Aug. 18, 1969. 'I he
assured that the information will be bit. Experience has proven ed the technicians from Union pf Impression do they get when nor to the: terms of a proposed increase
complicated will School
cost the
as an income tax form they walk in? Is it one of beIng wage increase which has been .
with all kinds used only by the Bureau of Census that It Is usually difficult for and Columbia Counties will Board $275.
of questions that some for compiling the needed statistics everybody:! to get the WORD. serve us. We have!! agreed!! to in a progressive city or of exaggerated and misrepresented "I don't want to Insult them."
farmers may think is noboby's busi- and take requests for living In the past? both In size and scope."
will not-- in fact Repetition can be good some- assistance in School Board Member Charles
ness but their own. over to the Internal, cannot-- be turned tines.' This Is one of those soil and :water conserve, We believe that the City of Sawyer said in moving to grant
Revenue Service times we are writing a little needs and notify one of these Starke would benefit greatly Hall added: "Ani the proposed the pay raises. He said a sees -
the FBI, the Department of Agriculture more about restricted pestllCites. 'technicians. We still miss our by having a new City: Hall and new Postal Authority 1 ond year teacher is definitely
or any other agency. good friend Bill Haas. we ''WouU like the City Council similar to the old corporation: more valuable to the school
However it is important not to yield system than a beginning tea-
to this first impulse, for itis necessary des listed. I nour area the three lot of folks still" hov-! not i them in this matter. It doesn't smell any sweeter cher and that next year the
that all forms be filled out and re- The census forms should be com- mast popular and most used seen or heard our Starke-Brad- Sincerely, to us by calling it a rose." School Board should take that
turned agricultural officials It pleted and returned by February 15, used are DDT. Phosdrln, and ford County Chamber of Cam Starke Junior Woman's Club into account in preparing its
Is Important that say. and all persons receiving them are Pirathlon.( These along wth: merc manager In Bradford Hall cited a statement, also salary schedule.
be accurate statistics urged to reply In the interest of the other thirty-two are to ba County our Chamber of Com Chamber Newsr by the Federation's! national[ The Board early this year
compiled on agriculture to tell where more accurate a purchased only with a permithe13 ) merce is for the entire CountyIn president! Francis Filbey. turned down a teacher request
it has been in the past and where base census on which to by an effrtcu'tural user. add'tlon! to managing our denying! that any Lher postal[ for a five per cent cost of
It is going in the future. Successful ture. agricultural programs in the fu- These restrlc'ed pest'cldies' Chamber, Mr. John Myers 1 that .Oeit are pleated Schmidt t> announces president union can speak for the clerks i living Increase.

ehculd not be sold for use In manager of oar Bradford: Coun' or that the AFL-CIO postal
of the Jacksonville
Area Chamber
wsldenfal areas. ty Fair. With these two! responsibilities of Commerce will be the- clerks unIon' will ever be party 6 Students NamedTo
t to any package real "ur.t'l. and
have been '
Many questions pnd opportunities
principal speaker at the annual Honors Lists
asked; by persons In res'dentlal!'! he cannot help having unless the union's lea !:shll)
of the Starkest
meeting -
areas about what they will use an Interest in Bradford: Bradford: County Chamber of apes 'serial. l s RI l-lthn which| At St. Johns JC
for lawns flowers and strictly Agriculture He Is also Interested Commerce on Thurs. Jan. 29. will fully protect the best interests i,
The Bradford County home gardens. There are pesticides because he likes straw' Members are again reminded both of the clerks and thmailing e 1 Six Starke students!! have

Il -- : that you may use and berries and fried chicken. During to send their reservation reQuests public..- earned places on honors lists
TELEGRAPH 'that are not on the restricted the six months he has held to the Chamber office at st Johns River Junior Col-
.:&1 1'st. A few of those are Mala- these two po It'ons he has been prior to the! January 22 dead- lege for Term I cf the 1969-70
ESTABLISHED 1879E. O ttilon, Sevin Chlordane Diazlaon. ,busy. YOU win erjoy hearing a line. IRS Offers Help academic year.
Llndane. and Kelthane. ,'dlscuss'on on Chamber and
The Chamber extends
a To Stephen L. Wade! namedto
\ 'Agricultural TaxpayersWith : was
Toxaphene and Heptachlor maybe activities next
'r. hearty welcome to Its' newest the President's List for those
0.Bi614 ; purchased:! In concentrationsof Monday January 19. &45 a.m.' members Denny Concrete Pro- 1969 Returns
MlMalaFLORI students who earn a 3.5 or better .
? Oet turn
ten per cent or less. up. on your televisionand
In the duets Co.. who recently purch-
morning will I direct : grade average.
Vapona and set the dial Channel 12.
Cygon popularWith on
A ESSA my prayer unto thee.- asea tne ure=:iora engineering Internal Revenue Service Representatives
(Psalms 5:3: A.V.). our poultrymen. are not Company, and Mr. and Mrs. O. ar on duty! each Five local students Daniel C.
t T O N restricted, E. Pearson.We Monday\ through Friday from Griffis. Lloyd H. Jenn'nis.
S S 0% ,, As we surrender ourselves to As this pesticide restriction Mothers Mardi also wish to acknowledgethose : 8 a.m. to 4:43: p.m. to assist Marilyn N. Patterson Timothy .
God--our plans for the day, restriction! Is better un'erstoo members who have re- taxpayers With Federal tax;: A. Thompson and Hans H.
our work, the schedule of our ire suspect that there will be Slated Jan. 25 newed their support of the matters. Patrick Scussel.: Jack; VanKeulen have been named
activities remain in balance. closer Inspection to be sure ,Chamber during the month of sonville Taxpayer Service Manager to the Dean Llt. Students
Junior WomenA ,
We let go any feeling of rushor that it la being carried out. If By December as follows: Carps, of the Internal Revenue whose names appear on the
L. MATTHEWS Editoc-1'ubilaher hurry. We know what we you have questlors about ob the Mallards, LIbby Sales and service Service has announced. Dean's List earn between a 3.0
Published each Thursday and entered as Second need to do, on time and in a taininj a permit be sure and 1969-70 Mother's March of March Dimes for will be Koch's Drug Store. Harold Taxpayers needing'! such In and 3;49 grade averages
CUss Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida perfect way. Let's ask God to call your County Agent's' Office conducted Jan. 25 by the Starke C. Wall Agency, Starke formation may call the Jacksonville A President's Convocation "
under Act of March 3rd 1879. show us how best to use our for the correct Informsdon. Junior Woman's Club. Golf) It Country Club. Leila's office for assistance by 'iwas held Tuesday Jan. 13, h)nortng -
Subscription in There is no charge for Dress It Gift Shop. Florida I telephone or If ,
trade area: 1 year. $3.00; Outside time and our talents, so that this Club members will make door necessary maycontact the students. Prlnc'pal
trade area: 1 year, S.Sfl we may retain Divine order in SOIL permit.CONSERVATION to door calls an day to ask for Power Tr Light Co., Charley E. the office at the Federal speaker wa? D:'. Melvene Nary -
all that we do. donations '' Johns Agency, Stump's and Building. 400 W. Ba dee, professr of H'sher' Education :
Bradford has been
County Merrill McMillan. Street Jacksonville.: "
Florida State UniversityII
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This program !is holding Its
weekly meetings each Tuesday
evenings 7:30: ,p.m. at the Pratt

Street public.CERAMICSThe Center. It Is open to the t1i&L U1i

Ceramic Program re- I i
siwnei: 1U sessions this week!
with classes being held each _
Monday evening.! 7-10 p.m., and hi
each Wednesday:! morning, 9 Y R

Department.FUN a.m.noon., at the Recreation

The Recreation Department!! _
will offer a weekly Sports Night FOOD S
for women. STO FOOD STOA0
The program will be supervised PRICES ON THIS PAGE GOOD THRU WED., JAN. 21

by Mrs. Jeanne Loper '
and will Department meet at the on Recreation Temple!! I .'EVEJtYP L Y' ,tow' "PR' cES. .. I

Avenue each Thursday evening t
7:30-8:30: : p.m., beglnn'nj W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
January 15. Ladies! will be ableto \\ W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CHUCKftOAST
get that needed: exercise W-D BRAND LEAN GROUNDBeef
through participation In sports
and games such as volleyball, BeefRibs
deck tennis table ternis, Bad- .
;jn'nton and::! other games. %
Beginning January 20, this
department will offer an exercise T;
class for women to be
held at the Pratt St. Center lathe
mornings, 910.

SLIM The GYM'Slim Gym", an exercise"-

ing apparatus, the newest thing
physical conditioning, will be UJv'D
made available to; those wish- 3$59$
Inc to utilize !It. h0.11/M:j1NU.
The Slim Gym will be available S. CHOICE

at the Recreation Depart- USDA CHOICE

ment every. morning MondayFridav. CUT INTO RIB W.D BRAND ROUND


The Men's Recreation Basketball -
League will begin its sea 20 to 25 Ib.
son Monday night, January 19, AVG.
In the Bradford High Gym.
First gams will get underwayat lB.98C LB.
7 p.m., with the second LB. BR a :
scheduled to beam at 8:30: p.m.
Admission! Is free.
Bovs ages 8-13: who still wish!


begin ter at. next Games the week.Recreation are scheduled Department 'to- Sh'ld Roast lB.89c Rump Roast lB. $139 Delmonicos lB. $))49USD" Rib Steaks LB *1 9


want to remind all boys sl09 Round Cube $ Pork
And girls grades 1-6 that the Roast lB. Roast lB.98c Steak lB. ))39 Chops lB 79C


school vised open) recreation.until each 5:30 afternoon p.m.for super.after Round Steak '...< $i19! Tip Roast lB. $1USDA 139 T-Bone Steak $129USDA Bacon lB. 69CW


Holies CALL Is FOR hereby BIDS given thatonereoffBradfordnCounty Sh'ld. Steak lB.98c Calif. Roast LB.78c Chuck Steak lB. 58C Beef Patties 2'tlBS.' $199

rSr.lff Furnlnhlntr receive All pealed Labor bibs and fort or W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CLUB OR SIRLOIN
Incident, ] Necessary To Maintain -
The Heatlnn Air Condition1 -
And plumbing Svntema At KLEENEX, THRIFTY MAID
the Ftrndford! Counts Courthouse :

944 rk.orirIJ"J: Building :For The.l The Administration Avenue Bradford ITEAK Pork & 'Beans

County A rl' 30t North Starke. Florida. : .
And The EmcrRenrv: Operating \ Iv
Center. Bradford County Fair-
rrounds,. 301 North Starke r P/
Florliln. until Monday February
2. 1".0. nt ii-10 a.m. at the officeof 200.CT. KLEENEX ASST FACIAL
the Circuit hurt In the Bradford -

Stnrke.!' Florida entity At Pourtlinu Mid time all at TISSUE 41.
bld received wit be publicly OP- 09 *
enfl and rend nloud
Bidder nuallfli-ntion meet bf "
"tI.fa"t"', tn the Board of
County ('"nml."Inn..rs' of Bradford. USDA CHOICE
Florida and Bald
Board .hall he the sole! judge of
such' qualification The Board of
r>f Pountv CoromlBsloners of niEvap. I
Bradford Tountv. Florida re.ervthe -
right to waive informalitiesIn
any hid and to accent any 4 JUMBO
Hid which It consider'' to> he thelowest
re.t>rn.'lhl" hid and to ROLLS No. 300 CANS
reject anv and all bids
The Brwrd Of Pniintv Comml lOJI LB.
T" Bradford County, Florida. 98c
rumen D. Or..nBv LB.
Inman D. Green, Ex OffIcio
Clerk of said Board
1-8 It 1-21 KLEENEX BOUTIQUENapkins

r. The Probate. Bradford Court County Of The, Florlila.In Ceasf1Judge Milk 3 s:: 39CTALI Catsup . 5 14'01.BTLS $1 Gr. Beans GOLD. 6 No CAN. 303 $1 1 KLEENE BOUTIQUE BATHROOM. 5 PKGS.: lOO


,All Deceased.T :Creditors. And Person Pet Milk 3 47c 4 : $1 Corn 5 No 303 $1 Tissue . 3 PKGS 87c
Against Said EstateYou :
and each of you are tiereDV WHITE' ARROW STOKELY FRUIT ASTOR TINY 2 SV. 1 1'/. lB.

0 may which notified have any you airalnt and claims or required either the nnd estate demand of to you.present of- Bleach . G"llON JUG 29eBEECH Cocktail 4 CANS $1 i Gr. Peas 4 tr $1 Bread MAID Pineapple. Grapefruit. .Drink 2 Flo.lOAVESTHRIFTY FrUtl Punch 49c or

de .R..ed. Inte of
AmosVllllame nald Countv. to the County NUT STRAINED THRIFTY MAID GREEN THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE OR Grape, Orange,Apple

Judge. at of of his Bradford Mid office County.County In at the Stnrke.Fl Florida courthouse . Baby Food 4r';:: 7CMixes Lima Beans. 5 No CAN 303 $'I Tom. Soup 8 '10-". $1 Fruit Drink 3 's89C' '

.. within lx calendarmonths
from the time of the
first puhllcatloi of, this notice. SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR ICECream
Each rlulm. or demands shall be
In writing and "h,1state\ theo DIXIE DARLING CAKE GOLDEN RIPE
place of residence anti post office
address of the claimant, and.
to by the claimant
hull be sworn
her aa-ent, her attorney .
; nrl ''I. mend
. void
tl1.dshall .
not "" be Bananas
: W11h.lm.nla' Brook
; of the, Last Will and. LB.
Testament of Amos William
x-kst DuDllcatlon J1181,4t 92.sr.

Med. Eggs. DOZ.59c Dinners 39cU. THRIFTY MAID

Potatoes. 4 LBS 59C Steaks :PK: : 99c 49 59I


J",. DIRECTORY 19-oz. BOXES 10 BL BAG: 69" Potatoes 3 :BAGS S $100 I HALVGALLONGREEN .

AUTO SERVICE Quantity, Right., ft.>.rv.d- -Pnci Good All Wok Thuri Thru W.d. Jan. 15 21
WINN' onii MOMS.INC .co'rmoMt uro
b 4

i Gilbert S. Brown r............................-eI .........------.-.--.--.-...
PINTS filSM U Can a H 0 r
Standard OH IIeniee! Stall. EXTRA Strawberries 3/'l./ 3l.W EXTRA ; EXTRA '
I EXTRA Orange Nip .
; I I
.-. TIRES *ATLAS BATTERIES / d7l.,..,.GREEN'"',--STAMPS'.............. -.,...- .......-.....".... .. / A 1M I,.'|.ra rIO2INSLICI I .d7.,.(.,- ....,--STAMPS....."...... /1 4'Jt."....GREEN......, -STAMPS............. ;

'E n!' Budget Term Road Scrtk / 1NI1/wMID' 0..I Qt' ,"s........, 'ii IN. CurAu.IrToAeMI ,i Apples 13/$1./ Strawberries 3/l./ ;I 2 Ift]OW lOAf 4 or Sl OVV IMP IlL.VIAL rutKFre PAMIAt .".. TWO""O'OrADI"A"waou curve.

PHONE M4-7VT1 Pawdr Milk Plm.nto Ch4>*>s. / i ib SUPUSIANt1101r31 ,o... i.bbc, $.,o i.ic.r, ASTOR P..d .x. Qu..n Fresh PrY.rs
! 407 N. Temple Stark N..3 OOOO.. ..THIU. ..MM...31.... 8 GOOD.' ,,, ,'HIU a,,. uu"I"".2| 1No. I Margarine -/:1. Carrots 5/l./ ;11 10.GOOD. .,THIU. ,..JAN.._.VNo J No 9.GOOD, ....INIU, .IAN....JI" ,

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Service Station Tau CA" .... twoxasM4MUILIN '
'1' /OUr Ns tCA1000aa : rR0SIMO E fUlCMASI Of A O. /

" Cat Oil Lubrication / t.C Ham A IwAN Dumptlnt. 'L L' C.fieod :, ICI CHAMMiniature* ; 4 SIaawOata Candy / 4 B..f W St DCHOI..D.ak. *.t.. i/ tat Whit*Atr. PaOOOOTHIUJAN > ,''

* Monarch: Tim It Batteries I 0000... .THIU, .. --n"J"" 11Na 2 GOOD, TM.U IAN.11Ne. tGtt '. 7 GOOD TMIU JAN II '' No OOOOTMIU II Nos.OOOO..r. .THRU. .JAM-,,II., 4 IINo .
id 301 and 180 Stark

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.. .. ., wlLU -AWNf:9.'.......x.HYAKK .>>>>>.> Library Group's Plea For $35,000 Wallace S ilea x <.'+> >>0:3Ib"? :.","'.;:''r' t\r"--,4t'f"'j: ", :" ," : : n.4",<--Y&v-": '< ;<:,'t,,{ .'/< <:,. ; .;j::.f ;,, ; '" ... '... :.1'\I:Ia?'/ .

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Services Held '. J 4 .,'..:;.1'.<"Zft: !, '" !".j.fJ': 4t::4' .... L' i*4,,''y'k. >: -pt!f'. ,y. ,< >. \: .:>t:!:.g:<;g
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Matching Funds Denied Bv Board At Kingsley Lake ,:t;ij""f fir., eY: '" "'V"' ?' ;;;:, "/"": iR,< '..;:;<:'; :'1\1i: 'r r'., ; ''"b 1 : = .. ; >. :
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-Wallace W. Silcooc 60. died .i_! "..<'! 1" ",:"''' '''; "d' '' ":IJ q ,< :" .{ '(
last obligation: but that If It filed ."" 'd. '7.A' ,<,<,t .. r1J99' ,
In a special meeting Saturday In a Jacksonville hospital <.; :N5 : < :.ft.?'rJ1U'," 'DiJftA" ', ,:' rf. .1f4
County Commission an 'Application tor matching "'\"-: \ ? ;< 1"1"fJItA. ( .
week the Bradford after a brief Illness He ; ,, >/ : f ;; ,. .
turned down: a requestby funds, then It would be obligated .yy. <,lj.,'''>'?,;',.G"BTtt,3 "'bigo 'lr. ",,( c i-'i\(;\: : : ;'1 ; .. y < t'
Committee to put up the local funds re was a native of Clay County '? ., ,; : < 'I 7>!'AY y:#r.?:".: ';-w!:> .. lr; ;;;'$r:(,'i/4.,3'. t.. '<'.4,' : ',{.v.'" ,
the Library Building and had lived In Jacksonville ;; : ff0f. : { < ::".. '" -=
; .
-/S ;
for $33,000 to use as quired. for 2a years. He was a retired: = ; : \ { ..:--, :
\/' # ;ow'
constructionof Althouph commending the 1 11ibrnry !- ?; } f<
funds for
matching:: chief petty officer, U. S. Navy '
a proposed) new $125.000 committee for Its efforts having served, from 1928 ''to 1951.lSurv.lvcrs .
in raising! funds for the buildIng -
comty library.: include a son Sgt. CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Quirk action on the matter site! the boar:! surd' !It did James Slc! ?x. U. S. Air Force, EVERGREEN BAPTIST' Sunday: Bible Study 10*. m.; BETHEL Sunday School. 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a,. m.
was urged by Mrs. Lee Sounder not have'! the required !tI35.000to did Austin Texas; his mother, !Mrs. CHURCH OF .JESUS CHRIST HIhwaxJ25v: ffedlWUt 8? Morning Worship and Communion wonhlP. 11 a. m.; Evening Morning: Worship. a. m.Youth,

*, chairman: of ihe Library aye for this purpose and Emily Slcox.! .of Sarke' ; five OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS4U Lawte y. Sunday School, 1-h.m.- Service. 11 a. m. Evening!: + Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice -'
fact not wish to insreass!! the co nY's -
Buildi'ip! Fund due to the it. sisters Mrs. Lucille Noonan EM CaR St. Morning Worship, HIS Sunday services 6:00.Wednesday Meeting. 7:30 p. m.: Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
that the: 'sailinc' for receiving ( tax mtllaee to raise Jacksonville: Mrs. Jackie Sunday Priesthood. >:3fl Night Service 6:30. : Worship serrlo T Rev. Robert D. Burch I
--Rev. -R9V, J, C Saunders!! pas--
The is presently contributing
applications for matching county Nahornuk Boston Mass.; Mrs. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra R. L. BenneUpaator. p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. .
fund\ under: the current Federal \ $1.29061( monthly to- Alma GUI Mrs. Margaret Simmons meat 11:15. t.or.\lURGAN ROAD CHAPEL;

: appropriation: was January wnrd operation 4 f the county and Mrs. Ua Lee Brown, MondirPrimary, 4:30 PJB Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday GRACE!: BAPTIST CHURCH
2. DUP to cut-bncks In Federal library, all of Starke. ; and a brother Tuesday, MIA. 7:30 pjn. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School 11:00 a. m. Morning Highway 100-A
+ of new apprcprlatlons The Library Bulll'ngf:! Committee Wednesday Relief Society Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-: Worship. 6:00
upending: the future S. L. Silcox Starke. CHURCH : p. m. Training Sundae School. 10 am. Morning -
fundsis Is within[ a four!! hundred 7:30 11 ig Worship 11 *. m. PreBer'vtoee
of matching Funeral services! ;were held at : p.m/ Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora- Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship 11. Training Un
(Booster Band Young
dollars of Its goal of $8,000( with -Dean Hansen
clouded.: Worship at 11. Evening
somewhat bag
2 p.m. Wednesday\ : in .the Kings. ion. 7 Evening Worship
Alp.Wednesday p.m.
Service) 8
the request which to purchase the Parks Branch President People, and Prayer Carl 7:3U Ser
The board receive! ley Lake Baptist Church with Worship/ 7::30. Rev. : Prayer 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
in meeting\ on December property on North Walnut p. m. Evening Warship, 7 p. m. Clarke, pastor.BROOKER vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Rev Robert L. West officiating. 8 p.m. Rev. Don brandy,
Midweek Service. Wednesday,
Saunders and Street. : m.rht-loo: p, m. Family night.
Interment was in the church Pastor .
Dr. Florence! Jennln ls. a member At present, the!! Starke City cemetery 'with military rites. BAPTIST MISSION 7::30 p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., BAPTIST CHURCH

of the Library Board, who Council la stulylnR:: the feasibility U. 8. 301 North, behind TM goatee. BROOKER. FLA. Airpark Baptist Church KJNGStEY? ; LAKE, BAPTIST

requested, the Commission to( of building a city hall tee Frees Drive In. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple' pastor Sunday School, t:45: a.m.; Morn.

accept: title to the Parks propel complex. :, which would Include Services Held School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Ron Ing Worship. 11:00 a.m.; Evening Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training

ty on Walnut: Street when It city office, a police stat'onand Hoe 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer (Highway 100 at There&sa.) Bristol. Superintendent.:: Training Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
site for the JM1. with some consideration For Mrs. Lin'tonOf Union. 6:43 Lowell Prayer :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor
is purchase a* a Service 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m. : D m. Meeting and Bible Stu
proposed new library. given: to Including: a pub- Lake Buller' -Leroy OUve pastor; EL L. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship dye 7:00 p.m. Study on Book ol ship 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting

The board Look the prcposals lie library! and Chamber of driffla, .usocl&te pastor. Training Union.-8:30: p. m. Services, 11 am.. 7:30.: Lavern Psalms C. J. Sheffield Pastor; 7:30: Wedne3da'y-

under n-lvlsement: order:! to Commerce offices. Evening WOl'sWp-7:1S: p. m. Outlaw music c1IrectQr.JlEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West!
Mrs. Dora Linton Lake
81, of
cblU.Ulons\ if title The Libra y Board has expressed
determine! its Butler died !Sunday following DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH: Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST
to the property is ncc oted. preference however!! an extended:! illness. BROOKER 1 -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle CHURCH,HIGHWAY 18 N. NEW RIVER BAPTIST '
Ina fscond special meeting for a separte bull-Ing: on the Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship ( ackham];! putor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
She was born in Pavo. Ga. onApril Sunday: School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning
board which has been Sunday Service: Sunday ,
the property!
held the next day: Services It a.m. and 7 '
Worship. 11 a. Training
11. Training m.
T. the State an 20. 1888. and was a memo Morning Worship School 0:45: a. m. looming Worship
approved by as
advised! by Its attorney Union. 6
was : p.m. Training p.m.- Evening Service Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship!
,iber of the Presbyttrelan Church GKAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser
10:4 m.
couU accept ellg'ble site for matching; : a.
A. Yawn that it withoutFORESTRY! funds. and the Order of Eastern S'ar. Her. Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora !, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Barvice vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service 8 p. m. Wednesday night aervice *

title to he property Surviving are one Daughter! i ng Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30.: Wednesday 7:15: p. m. 7:30: p. m Everyone welIcome -

Mrs. Louise Harden cf, Lake CHURCH OF GOD 'I n.--. Rev. Fred Johns.. pMtor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Putor Charles Reese minister ( -L. L. Parker pastor
Butler; and a son Joseph!! Lin 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ,- ---- ---- -

ton Jr., of Covina, Calif.; one Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
In Bradford CountyPine sister Mrs. Nina Smith.; Atlanta Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p

MENU. Ga.; a brother, John m. Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30: *

pulpwood composes our Mills Waycrosa( Ga.; nine pjn.-Rsv. Y. W. Klid, pastor

main timber crop In Bradford S. Army Sergeant First grandchildren and 12 great- tv

County; however,Bill Haas,Don Class Earl Stokes, son of Mr. grandchildren.:! FIRST ASSEMBLE OF GOD I IJ!! FOR HIS FUTURE

Champion and a few othersare Henry B. Stokes, Starke,-was Funeral services were heldat OF STARKE I ,

marketing another forest recently selected for his Bat- 2 p.m. Tuesday at.the graveside West Weldon St. and RaUord :

product and a different talion's rifle team. in Mount Pleasant Cemetery Road
spe- 'JJ
( A Mrllxliiy jitiriy really' thrill. the children. and
cies of tree. Serving as an Infantrymanwith In Gadsden County with Sunday School: 10:00< : a. m. (,

the 3rd Battalion, 5th Infantry Rev. Robert M. Holmes offi .1:00: a. m. Mar.-nptg Worship; r probably, the climax comes' Iwn they blow out the
Bill and Don are in the Christ[ SergeantStokeshaebeen ciating. Arrangements were in :00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: : 'f

mas tree business, growing awarded the Bronze Star withV charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral p. m. Evangelistic Services. candles', and make II wish.. Hi""i..h i +rouldprnhably
Eastern Red Cedar. Bill's device for valor, the Good Home. Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid ,

planting Is out on Brownlee Conduct Medal, and the Army week Prayer Meeting. ,
be for. .
II height shiny new thut) you 11.0! a
Road and Don's Is located Commendation Medal for past Pastor: Lester F. Rlchardso'n.K l). I

here in Starke. service. Infant Har'dee I II I parent uouUI wish. for. him the things that really count,
The Battalion rifle team will SMYRNA: MISSIONARY I

Why grown Christmas trees? compete In the Commander's Services Held BAPTIST CHURCH 'v such as lto'KI! health happiness, friends. and iilonjr
Rifle and Pistol
They look pretty, and people Matches during t>33 W. Pratt: St. Sunday s rices ? '
January which will be held 'r' Ao
buy them. Is it profitable? Yes, at Randal HarcJee, infant son of / : Sunday School 10 a. m ; with these' deeer| and) more serious thins should
How much profit depends on the Empire Range in the Canal Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hardee of Preaching, 11 u. m. Training

grower. The cedar trees are Zone. Starke died Wednesday Jan. Jnlcja. 3:43: : p. m. Evening Wor- ;. c l tie a era}.t'I' for him to have the. r rijtht interest
market in from 3 to For more than 50 years the hip 7 Everyone welcome.
ready to 1, in a Gainesville hospital. p. m. ,
6 years. As a contrast, pine basic Army has mission been of the the defense U, S.of Besides his parents he is survived Elder A. O. Flynn, goatee, relationship to God. You can help these things l h\
12 20 to '
takes from to years .a'
the Panama Canal the wes- by one brother. Terry ST. :3IARK'S EPISCOPAL Fp "
be marketable as pulpwood. taking him to l'hul'l.hI
tern hemisphere's most important Mark; maternal grandparent: ,. CHURCH. STARKE ;,.,
waterway strategically. Mr. and Mrs. James A. SulU- Sunday Services! : d

Seedlings are available I from 'Van ana: paternal grandpar- e::3U :a. m. Holy Eucharist. ss:>F

the Division[ of Forestry.Cedar Marine Private First Class 1 *nU Mr. and Mrs. Luther B. 9:30: a., m. Church School. <.3: 's.s ;..,, i i: ;' <;': ::><:s

costs $12 per thousand and pine James M. Beam, son of Mr. Hardee, all of Starke. 10:30: m. Family: Service. :.;:..:::.:::::::. ::.:..;r.r..y:::;:. :n x;.:.:. ;.. if \ >
$6 per thousand. Planting barsor and Mrs. William M. Beam Funeral services were held (IIy Cajiuuut: iai. tr.d 3rd r 't>y+ii,;:} :i:$:{:::R.'i'i v4v.i: 'ryi.i; ; :i:{}: ; : :: :; ? :: :<:ii'i : :: :r 4'v.......:....:..::....,::n.Fy$;.? :.:}s$}';; :$::,;:::
.N :;y:<+':i; ':%%rf i: it% i'i'' ': %.':%.; :;; : ; :i'r: '
dibbles can be used to plant and husband of Mrs. NancyM. &at 2 p.m. Friday at Crosby Sundays: Morning: Prayer 2nd F

both cedar and pine. Beam all of Keystone lake Cemetery -w1t hRvWll and 4th Sun dal a)1. y 1 I y r M M ;r. >sr's'' iy? : '.3 0 r. ?:A
Heights is serving with the liam r
Mercer oftlciatfn DeWitt 4 r d v
First Battalion Seventh Ma- g. CONGRECATIONAl HOLINESS M f f N w. : >,,,:,'. r::.
another Bill and competitor.Don will soon Larry have rine Regiment,, First Marine C charge. Jones of Funeral arrangements Home was fai CHURCH t +' her drw ,rr ? :;,;:. ;:;::: : : <,; ,#?kr.; ;:; vsk::" '" ; r. >:i"e3>': ,

Oglesby (son of Vo-Tech Cen Division in Vietnam Sunday School. 10 a.m. '
When not engaged in major Worship Service 11 a.m. I .' ...... ; :'' .:!:}: .> "' '*' .t i GodOtJSro'"t- t11t {
ter Director Ted Oglesby) Is -== \ ;adrdr; ; r::;: :r: ++:''G'+ 'i, J" nr (hu"h" !
operations, Marines of the bat Evening Service!! : 7 p.m. ra .... # (: Q ... :+
planting 500 red cedar as a nxvi.aa ..,.,-Ir....' ...r-i '. ,yf r -.- '.....\ [ d arodd' ,for Vroinrydo' ,.Of r 'G hI, '?<,,:
4-H project.If talion participate in company NOTICK OP : : Friday Night Cottage Prayer r.----Ir...'* 0' bradd r. __M"''""-' t". ,Poe mOn and'PrtodlO'Mr id ..,,,,I' oNn, ,lore ,0. ,:Y:
and platoon size sweeps throughthe MUld'I'l.tU!: UP Mti.Ullb.ltSTlia ; Meeting. ._ ....I' -.r.c. 'ho'Io rapand' !
are interested implanting battalion's of annual meeting. of FirFederal ... .7Z.f 6 .
you area responsibility Thursday Night. Prayer v;: .
Saving aiui Lunn A"- : __1r rril Ih" mitenyw'ol,1ft "thb. i.i: .j.
rr '
.. ndnq ,
trees, either cedar or pine, in search of enemy In auulation. ot Miurke will..tin held Meeting In church 7:30: p.m. ....... : God. .0 Uq nl .0 ,:
contact your County Foresterat filtrators. at 2:0(1( m. on WedneaUuy. January Tuesday night Ir* I' i.' / salt or err V ;.m!!
Youth Service '
., ahb" f .
at. lUlU at tea silica of #C" C. ,,,,.,. ...d rhr ",1II. / I.., .l. :.:.
964-6554 or come by the also conduct civic .... frndanf .1:: :
They action the aaauulallun.. JUi Went Mad* 7:30: .. -" tt d..., .,,1// .Aye ae hold 10 f hI 1:+:+',',:
Agriculture Building on 301 programs designed to aid bun /Su nel. Starku, Klortda.Kuby .. p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor y ,N r.::i "'.'reaAMpoml, Mnlohlp" push fhuebn urn 'IJ ;,':t: >'
North In Starke. the South Veltnamese people. Julius, lSeer..tlu'j.a.70 ; Q I '. /nr Mould l '
Tw:w Mr fAunA for' Iho '01"0'' I.ppo..F ./ :f}:>}
----- -- MADISON STREET ,.:. ,"' .' I?! .1a.d/ Mt lamrl', 'Mr salter ro/Am, rdti'ti ., :[:
S... .f O'rond Poor. honrra. .. :::
BAPTIST CHURCH j n6t Ponon" .. ',
rA ,
I tV :
1 '
Opportunities for service ,r lyljiM' (hu"h aaomu and portpo'' ,In ::: :.':::;;.
I GAINESVILLE Business ,1 .1//, r .
DirectoryAir Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- :;;':... 1' "';':' I.! man, "" doth o.d, dnm" ,.IAe amA 0&0. 14\1. :,''::'
Ing Worship. 11. Youth Choir 7'.-.l' '" v' .,.'.-.. ./or.. r'i 4\ a.no .,1It'/ hIm'rt.1o Mo 'Mh wh"h tilt. .;.:'.>,:
.. : Arl : :
Practice. 4:45 # God a a h'ld 0'' : :::
Youth Fellowship + .
: ; d...ti ...'\ V I'. ::'
Supper. 5:45: ; Training -' .... !.. -.: .. ;. '::..';'
Conditioning-Heating 1!ELECTRIC MOTORS MATERNITY WEAR ., -. ...._ =-' ..-. ..- '.
Union. .. .,
.6:15.: WMU Praver Cir = : ::,1i; =>:.'_

Air Conditioning ELECTRIC FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE cle. 7:15.: Evening Worship.

Heating By A FULL LINE OF 7:30.Wednesday:
Family Night
General Electric Motor Repair Co.Of Lingerie Dresses Slacks 6:30.: Prayer Meeting. 7:30.:

Russ's Sheet Metal Inc. i' Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits Church Choir Practice, 830.:

Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Gainesville. Inc. EXPECTANTLYYOURS


I School -
Sunday Church ,
BRASINGTON !; Farm and Industrial 70B W. Untvenlty| Onp. S.F.J.e.IEN.S 9:45: ; Morning Worship. 11. De Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Equipment parture for B'shop'a Convoca Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies!
::\ WEAR
SALES A SERVICEFloe I. tion for the Laity in Jacksn Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Good

vllle. 1:30: There will be BULOVA WATCHES
Selection of
Can I Santa Fe Tractor STAG 'N DRAG "Check
Taken Oa Cadillac Trades no evening .rvlces.: Abstracts With Us First"
,1' Monday -Girl Scouts. 3:15 42 W. Call St. Starke
2001 N.W. 13th : :
Ph. 378.530'Barkley : Griffin Salts 219 Washington St. 964-5270
I MYF Wesleyan 9ub-DWtrlctMeeting Title Insurance
Tractors & Implements Arrow Shirts Flarahelm IIJMe Phone 964-7064 .
at Pleasant
Grove United
Motors Inc.TOYOTA I
USED Formal Rentals
Methodist Church. Lake 158 W. Call Ph. 964.688.
SALES PART SERVICE Ladles Sportswear City; Hospital Auxiliary in

2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Fellowship };all. 7:30: p.m. STARKE "ss"SERVICE

4 wheel drive and cars GARDEN SUPPLIES ard GAINESVILLE MALL Tuesday Brownies. 3:15: ; FAULi4NERGULF

Sales Parts Service >I' MOBILE HOMES Boy Scout Troop 70, Court of

Clean Used Toyotas Honor, 7 p.m. Ph. OT4-7231
Edwards -
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Johnson & Fan's, Inc. WednesdayChildren's Bill "

MUSTANG Choir Rehearsal 3:30: ; Library Tire 'l'ra.1qHeadUght <.,

VAR HEYL SEEDS PLANTS- Open. 3:15: to 5 p.m.; Prayer Adjusting v

Insecticides Pet 5uppUuFERTILIZERS Mobile Homes, Inc.Galnl'8vlUe's Meeting and Bible Study. 730.: s U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
LincolnMercury Brake Service 4MAM
Thursday-Girt Scouts. 3:15: ; :

2201 P.. Main Gainesville I We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Youth Choir Rehearsal. 7 p.m.: Wheel Balance and c::> Trailer
Discount Mobile
'. 372-4251 224 N.W. 8th Ph. J78-0476 Chancel Choir Rehearsal 730.; Alignment -
Home I Home Sale Lot. -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication


I LIDDELL Monthly Payments BAPTIST CHURCH> All Minor Repaln 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Mark III-Englsli' Ford I 4820 N. W. llth 378-1346 STARKE Hiway 301 and 100

Cleanest Used Cars Avalllable Opportunities! of service 617 N. Temple Are. SUrke PHONE 964-5899

I Glass Company"Glass Sunday School 945.: Morning
Auto Sales and Service Worship at 11; sermon *10 S. Temple Starke

SHERMETAAUTO I Store Fronts-Mirrors For Every Purpose" I "tTQJr.BALDWIN "He That Wlnneth Souls Is BRADFORD COUNTY

Wise." New River Association FLORIDA
IMPORTSFACTORY Tub Enclosures-Shower* pIANOS ia ORGANS Music Festival! Hellbronn Baptist TELEGRAPHOFFICE -
Furniture Tops Glass Re I CHOtCI Or" 1'HIaTJSYS' Church 2 p.m. Training

AUTHORIZED placed I .,(JiPIwunMUSl, Union. 6:15.: Evening Wo-shlp. SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST
f .
NEW LOCATION 7:30:: ; sermon 'Thou Shalt Not TYPEWRITERS

VOLVO MG 1228 So. Main Gainesville Kill. and Market ONTROl
I 1tGndayyouth Choir Practice
G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 7 D.m. Groceries Meats Feed t CJIUIIW CD.
ROVER HEARING AID TuesdayWMS,Council Meetin -

MOVERS ;, 10:30.: Program (Ida Dar PHOTOCOPIERS: from IW.M GAS AND OIL
SALES SERVICE ( atnesuiQQe by Group In charge. 11:15.: to J62S. Takt the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

506 E. University Gainesville ealtllguld Covered Dish Luncheon 12 of paper work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
372-4373 \[ Co.; Long Distance Moving :noon. Business meeting12:30.: Phone 964-5745 for FREE
LEGAL FORMS. SouthStarke
S. 301
Storage Junior
Packing Choir. Sunbeams 330.: Inspections and Estimates
Beauty AcademyPOWELL'S t Hearlnr Test Crating Shlppla Children's Choir. O-A.. 4:23.: PAYROLL. ENVELOPES PHONE 9645312

; Batteries Free Estimate CanHLL'S WednesdayWeekday Bible
I _; ; ''Accessories Class 10 a.m. Family Night
[ Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting. CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc.
Repair Service
Beauty Academy 4:30.:: Teachers and Officer

Learn Custom Fitted Hearing Aids Van Service, Inc. Meeting, R. A. Meeting 715.: Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"
a Profession In Your
Church Choir Practice 8:25.:
Spare Time mil or Part Time 106 E. UnlvereLty Ave. Gainesville 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle Thursday-Visitation. 7 p.m. -Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
219 N.W 10th. 378-2763 -'-' ..
37B-0095 372-4271 -W.: A. Hogmn, pastor. -



.....vr v J'.I...

6 v r:4;;: cult written defenses. If any. to It on
Court by majority of the !>1 and lint will meet! API ServiceCliinslfloatlons '
aotment In H respectively Motor\ Oil to be supplied to the courthouseAgricultural fop
owner of the land affected or authority n oonfcn-c-d upon TheDoa..1 They do not provide for iw AvallitMr Complex, HealthClink' Rucreno F. Shawattorn.address land. Defendant.Kollre .
by the owners of majority of to Invoke thorn. In ntherwords. 10V thru 40 W. I : plaintiff whose Is 142w.t No
a of drainage creating Jail. HollandyYou
the and County successful .
LAWTEY the lands aHeeted.Iuch: dla- the provisions of the dlsouss In tho Oil Is to meet requirementsof CM\! Street. P. O. Box 10R8.Starke. RoyBEdw rd
They are Thl bidder will purchase from To:
trlots of dralnneco law are not under. scrvlia Forlda. 32091. and file Notified that
are ci-fafed by order !general! \ ." opinion above referred to a engines operating; the present supplier, all underground of Are Hereby
the The law cannot the original with the clerk has been
Circuit Court Issued In response of which I I. on file In the classification T> S. ThisOil at major oil action for Adoption
a31..1sM.e14.r4 to the petition above retarred bo Invoiced except by l..l t -Zatteet.d conv office of the Clerk or the Circuit Is to meet requirements forMilitary equipment prices.The the above styled court on or before an filed against you and you are
to. Upon .creation of adrainage to the Circuit 1 Court by "specifications: I IjL451D9 company tho February 5,, 1070; otherwisea serve a of
of land owner The landowners Court. dieselengine board reserve right be enteredagainst ourRwrittto If any to
lltrlct by order It 1.15CALL for high output Judg-mend may y defenses
64 the Circuit Court the- district la within the County or _____ crankcase oil It shall to reject any or all bids.SEAL you for the relief demanded the plaintiff attorney.
then within the different areas of the manufacturersrecommendations ( ) In the complaint or petition. It. on Is Hon
the < address
niD the and
orlee"r <<: ri'so meet Inman TJ> Green .
: off County may create a dralnngradistrict series 3 owrnblsnGe P. O.Dr..we"
CHURCHCTIVmES 8uperyi.Orewhich The Board of County Commlsnloners for Inman D. Green. Clerk H. Pierce
district upon application ha.nd and the .eal .
I I. vested with the authority o-r Bradford County Witness my StnrkeFlorlla.a.nd
of 1-2S 1030.
Grace United Mstliodlst: Sunday to levy taxes and a.essments to the Circuit Court Florida wll receive sealed bids lubrication.4. Motor oil In case lots, 24 1-15 2t of said. Court on January 7, tnd file the the
School. 9:45: a.m. Worship. upon all lands within thedistrict pledKlnR: their property to taxation to be opened at 10:00:: A. M. on Quart cans and 63 clans InTheIrpftlt Court Of The 1970. of the above styledwith.
the funds thereby raised for clrnlnnire purposee.Applications of Februnry 2nd API service 1 M (SEAL) January 19 1970
morning meet riorliln before
11 a.m. and 7:30: 6p.m. for the> creation of the to 8 AHOrnd 'Rltritli Jnillrlnl Circuit<< Of Inman. D. Oreen on or
p.m. MYF. beingused to effect the purposes 1970 In the courthouse for the :IffS: & DO available Bradford County may re-
Choir! Practice for Vihlrh the district wasereat..d. ) a drainage, district court be to ... lOW and me..tmilitary In Anti. For As Clerk of said CourtBy .intendragainstdyou for the
Thursday.; Efforts to create drainage the Circuit Court and not to the. roi! 1'.lnfid; : will be for the year sD cifications M ILL.U04 Cusp: No.Mary Lee Coney Plaintiff Beulah: Moody) lief. demanded In the complaintor
7 law are Board of County) CommlKNlrners.There Clerk
pjn. district* under this February 2nd and A. Depuy
A. Defendant
The WSCS met Tuesday:! night the responsibility of Int..r..t..ddtla..nl art ISA two and other 157.StatutesChapters FloridaStatutes ending beginning Jnnunry' 31, 1971. 5. All purpose grease and oil.Orade VSII NOTICE C. Conev.OF SUIT 1.15 4t 2.5 Wit petition.nee" my hand and the seal
and property own..ra.and ( will be considered aspackage and 140, S gallon December 17.
This l bid 90 said Court on
of last week with Mrs. Ernest. the Donrd of County Commissioners pM-tnlnlnir to the construction bid. drum. Gear lubricate To: II.. C.. Coney In The Circuit Court ElchtnJuillrlnl of ,
55 gallon -: 'VV 15th Avenue 19x9
a 4110 =
Wells. Is not.. filially a of drainage ditchesand 1. Regular Gasoline not less must me"t\1: I L-L 2103 apeclflcatlon FloridaYou Circuit. Of Florida 1st SEAL)
party to such I>r"...<1ln"... IlepnnslMHtv waters courses. However anexnmln"llon Octane. Miami thatan And For Ilrailforil CountjrCIVIL ( D. Green
etatutesrevenle than 94 Are Hereby Notified Inman
Baotlst of these
First : Sunday School. for Invoking thislaw In Ac'r10YCue
Plesel Fuel No- 2. Multl-nurpose grease hoe beenfiled Clerk nf said Court
2. As
and action .
9:45.:: Worship.. 11 a.m. ar.l: 7:30:: creating drnlnnge Doard districts or that and they have are vague seldom. It 3. Motor 011. Case, Lots In 24 35 6ib. containers against you and you arerequired Petition Of Darnell 1'1.' Lester. OTD Davis By Beulnh :II.(000)1':
dos with the keroseneI
not rest ambiguous and S3 gallon drums" No 2 fuel' and Clerk
p.m. Training Union. 6:30.: Midweek :! County Commissioners and no ever been iced since their en- quart r-nnK 7. All to serve a copy of your Plaintiff -v.- Roy Edward Hola. A* Deputy 12-21 4t 1.15

service. 7:30: Wedr day. "..--------- _---------I .--r"i -------- ---' ---'". ---- ------ ----
Church of God: Sunday -- ----=--=----=.-. -=

School. 10 a.m. Worship I 11 --i

a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday 1 !
7:30.Wghland: II
'! Baptist: Sunday I
(School. 9:45.: Worship 11 a.m. I I 1 I

and:! 7:30: pm. Choir Practice. 1
6 p.m. Prayer Services Wed

are pleased! to note that'!: I OR CENTER CUT RIB I 1I
Mrs. O. J. Anders:! and Mrs. I

John Shuford are at home 1 I

After several Hospital.days !in Bra.forCJunty I I : -=- FAIR 1I

Mr. and:! Mrs. James Wall I II cLB I
wright and Mrs. T. L. Waln- I 1 58 @
"Wright spent New Year's with T I
Mr. and Mrs. Lou! L. Wall I II 1 SUPERMARKETS

wrlght. II 1 II II I
Dinner guests of the RobertE. II
Lee family one evening during -- ------------------ 1I I
the holidays were Mr. and I I I

Mrs. Hubert Choynachl and II
I 1 I
children of Orange Park. ThLees
were also hosts at a family U.S. CHOICE BEEF POTIROAST..78 I 1I
get-together'rfurtng! the hell I FOOD FAIR I $ I i I

days. Those enjoying this occasion I QUALITY I when Savings Count... I
were Mr and Mrs. G.

L. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE II LB COUNT ON US !
1I I
David Peterson and children: 1
of Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. GRADED I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CROSS RIB
Glen Titus and:! sons of Nor 1 I I II

man. O : I I
returned to Albuquerque after tIt'JRI' 88
spending:! the holidays wUh i WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21st

her family.! I LB quantity rights reserved. II

Holiday vstors! of Mr. and I I I I U
Mrs. Paul Dirklns were Mrs.
Butch Riddle:! and Mrs. Glbbs
of Lake George for a duo Others
were Mr. ant: Mrs Frsddie; PZ r U.l PORK: .

Dnklns! of Avon Park am Mr. SLICED 1/4 LAND O' FROST AZALEA
and Mrs. Horace of Waldo. SMOKED
They all enjoyed the family! PORK LOIN CHIPPEDMEATS 1 KNOCKWURST-
dinner with Mr .and Mrs. PauD'nkins

and David in St. Aurustins. CHOPSB78c SAUSAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton -
joined them for the day. 1 TO 3ozPKO 12ozPKG
Marvin Green cf M'ddlsburg! 112 790 35

was visiting his parents Mr.. L BS SLICED
and Mrs. Lee R. Green and his
brothers in-law and s'sters. Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Green and

chllJren ant,: Mr. and Mrs.,
Thomas Barnes on Sunday
Floyd:! Futch was vlsifng' his

sister.! Mrs. D, J. Putney on

Jacksonville( were visitors of STEWOMIUSl CHEESESLICES POLLOCKFILLETS tr

her mother. Mrs. Pearl.Dobbs..
on.Sunday aftsrnoon. ,4 fI E E F OWN* .S v

Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips 011'".ell WHITING
: 1
of Macclenry were vl'ltin?,

:Mrs. 0. J. Phillips on Satur- ,,a TO 3 IBL 78 .. LB 33-c : :.

day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Duster of .KGS 1.29 5LB $1 1Q L. 9. e. i

Macclsnny were visiting Mr. BOX
an:i Mrs. B. E. Reddish:! on

Sunday.Mr. .

and Mrs. John Morris of ,'.',
Jackson. Ala. spent the week-
end with. : Mr. and Mrs. H. E.

Priest. .100% PU.. FOOD FAIR
Rev. Charles Prynr and Mrs. Libby's FULL STRENGTH WITH LIMO,.. JUIC. KLEENEX D l Mont*

Pryor. Mrs. HatMDa'ley.. Miss EVAPORATED'MILK
Wilkinson, and Mrs. Geraldine' PEAS OR

No'man Ptt.nte3:! the annual C.IAM.IfTLil miWNOU 1 s COCK IAIL
Bible CO'jfsrsncs at Tr'nity CO.RN KIMlt

Baptist Section Monday.Imitation Church in Jacksonvilleon Far DI UPurcbuiM 5 '':s95c g: STlC LON 2'9 c QT JAR SSe GIANT ROLLS. 3/39/

Of liulpiunt Far'I
rUt k.'loun'"d,1 Main Lift
For 'III* toll,. uf !Stark. Klorlilit
Sealed Proposals will tie received 1 1
I by this CitY Clerk, Cityof 1 .
Mtarke. Florida, until. 7:0l: 1'. I i lYfRIDAI 1 FANCY RED: SWEET JUICYFLORIDA /
M. I Eastern:. Standard Time on i FLORIDA i i
February. a. 1911 and publiclycptnud SNOWBALL
thereafter o.t the regular I ; / !
Cuy Council Meeting on that I I
I i
date for punhasu of the following ORANGE

Truck equipment.mounted, aerial man-lilt CAULIFLOWER BANANASDELICIOUS ORANGES !;

hlcla oiled\Uth general on: ownor-furnlalied purpose. body veAli in.- I JUICE I !

be In 1"II'd"n"equipment* ,and contract furnished with the document specification shall- II 57c I LARGE 29C .1 I DOZEN 29'< .1|

pertulnlnir thereto. which 1/2 GALLON I HEAD I
may be examined a.t the office I I
of. the City <_i"rlc or L'tllltle: I ----------- ---- ------
director: Stake! Florida.Speclfliatlona ------- ---- ----------- I I
from the City Clerk; Stalks,
Florida.Each Md shall l ba addressed I DI1MONTI I LUX i

to Starke.the. City Florida Council.and City marked"I'urchaiie of I ARGOGARDEN I C j I II
of Cfiulpment- I LIQUID
Mounted Aerial Man -Mft. and
delivered to the nfflre of the I II
City Clerk City of Stark. Florida I I DETERGENT I LB 1
representativeof 3
either by a
the Bidder who ..hall obtaina PEAlS I 220 95 1
receipt therefor or by reils- I I .
trd mall with return receiptre'iuest" I BTL 45C
: I f j
The City re..rv"* the rlnhtif I 1 PINTS
waive. Informalltl" In any I ., 1
bid; to reject any or all hide In. 1
whole or In part with or without
cause. and or to) accept the
bids that. In Its judgment will
be for the best Interest of the
City Council Of The City of .1
Starke.Merrill FloridaBy Edw.rdeblerrlll HEINZTomato ea FREESTONEPEACHES OR CAPTAIN KITT Family Size FROZENVEGETABLES

Edward.. Clty.CT ek1.22.Bsrarary MACKEREL *.. PIES


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The U..a.d Of CuuBiy. COM .I 29oz COCOH9ut' C.
lontrs liider Date Of He..._er 10C SIZE

0.J:1f: more dlstrlot may be. CAN 4lHEADACHE
created under the provisionbf
the General Drainage. LAW
(Chapter 898. Florida statutes.)
upon petition filed with the Cirt

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STORES INC.: I 2/l 70% 59CBTL 2/49

44< _NW..It.: .* snJRaAlMJESVILI.E' ? I WIMKOAT wrm nut COU"IH.U. JANUAST 11, ,810. I ,
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BROOKER Upon Retiring Drunker 95Leroy. Fin.!stokes' P O. Box 83. S. SEE US FOR

[ : ] David" 11'.1Rt.. 1 Box 108A8ronlcer 4
Community'News .
: At State ForesterC. FI.
John H..n"rv Rt. 1 Bex ::! .\
: BY JOYCE STOKES Lake Hutler Fin. 4
- -- R. (Hux) Coulter, of Talla- Dated .tlili nth rtnof. .T"I\'"-
Bradford i EXTRA CASH
ry. A. D l\1in\ at !tarke- $ $
HOUSE WARMING naasee. retired as State Forester County Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfordwere HONOR THE PLAINSMEN on December 31 after 41 115t/ :23In 4

honored with a house Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bristol :years of service in state for- -

warming last Thursday night. gave a barbecue supper at estry work. It,native of Canada. .For TheClrenU, Hroiirorit County.Court In riorldit.Ci And. ,: l Don let a lack of money i
The Crawfords lost their home their home recently for the Mr. Coulter was stationed In .i> oCharlen y
Hy Klltalxth:' Givens WalkerKFtKE by fire a few weeks ago, and country music western group. Starke with the Florl3: For H flay. r "I'lnlntlff. VsPauline worry you. If it's for a 4
.,mwJrL "'" have now purchased a mobile The Plainsmen and their immediate estry Service during the early H Notice Of Suitnt '. worthwhile we'll 4
', addressunknown. purpose,
home. Hostess for the occasion families. Everyone enjoyed days of his career. To-. : Pauline H. Gn)

,\HO\ NTWS with Sunday School at 10 a.m. were: Mrs. Bobby Jones Mrs. the delicious food and Upon his retirement. Coulter You are. hereby notified ttat. r arrange a personal loan 4Q

In basketball the Hawks defeated :Morning Worship at 11, Eve Allen Crews Mrs. Sonny Andrews also the music provided duringthe WM presented a citation, signed an action for dl\orce has been are .
nnd you
the Whiz Kids of lacksonllle ning service 5 p.m. Mrs. Wayne Parrish, evening by The Plainsmen. by Governor Kirk, and all filed required against to nerve you n onpof y.,u.. to meet your needs, with
113-101 Saturda night. Mrs. Stanley Green Mrs. Paul cabinet members. commendIng written defenfie.. If An flowda. <..
Hawks defeated the GREATER VLLEN! Lhapel: Archer, Mrs. W. H. Hayes, ..n Alan B Fields. Jr. terms to fit your budget. ;
The Baby PERSONELS h'm! as "the Individualmore & Hedstrnm. P O DrawerF ,.
\a.-sit falcons 90-47. These .AME: Church, Rev. C. E. Jen- and Mrs. Guy Harrell.Refresh- than Miler. Pnlatka Florida. 150..and
; so bearingthe :
all kins Sunday School 10 ments of cake, coffee and punch Isabel Bris- the originAl with the Clerk
exciting games for pastor. John Scott and file 4
were responsibility!: for designing of the nhove, ntvlert ronrt on CALL OR VISIT US TODAY 4
a.m. Morning Worship at 11. were served. last week '." otherwise :
who attended tol spent a few days and seeing to the achievement February 16. 1"! : :
Cit I League basKetball is in Choir Union, 3 p.m. at Mac- with Mr. and Mrs. Warren a Judgment thehrelief *d. <
;) Allen Chapel Church. NEW ARRIVAL of reforestation In F1l'1dl.NOT'CE ( .Balnst you for demanded Loans Up To $600
progress. Games are playeceery clennj, Bristol in Jacksonville.Mr. in the complaint or.i,. q
Saturda morning at i 9 All members are asked to at- Mr. and Mrs. George Pierceare and Mrs. Jack Smith p.1I lion,

o'clock in the RJE g>m. 'Your tend. Evening Service, 6 p.m. the proud parents of a and family of Gainesville were HEUlVlCR OF ft-ICUTIOlS INTENT30TO:oil")IE Witness! mv hand this nnd 8th the day seat of TOWN FINANCE CO.
said Court On 4
An Inspirational Meeting will baby daughter born Dec. 29. Ronald thai t.
support is needed In all act- visiting Mr. and Mrs ..Xotlce la. herebyfHen Janllar '. 19TO.
hides. start Monday: Jan. 19, with She has been named Audrey Bristol and family Sunday. pursuant to Section 163.09 under-Florida (SEAI.! ) 1* 1
Rev. Willie Young preaching. Lynn. Mrs. Pierce will be remembered and Statutes 1985 the Inmnn T>. flreenClerk
Tomlinson with STARKEs
Mrs. Frankie atarned intends to register As ,>f alrf 1 Court 4Bv 228 N, TEMPLE
\\XCP MEETING: Various Choirs of the churches as the former Jan- daughter of Lake Butler were the Clerk of the Circuit Court.In Beulah :.r. ;?Mcodyr I

The regular meeting of the of the city will be singing. ice Green. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Florida and ,for upon receipt Bradford of proof County ot Deputy Clerk 1.tS H 2.0 .................4
NAACP will be held Wednesday All members and friends in- :Mr. and Mrs J. T. Taylorand Emma Lou Tomlinson. public.lion ct this notlee. the

night Jan. 21, at Ebenezer vited. family of Palatka were Steve Wynn of Sampson was fictitious name of under Boyd which I"tlu I'
Baptist Church at S visiting Mr. and Mrs. George the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. am ment engaged A In buslntss. at Route

o'clock.11 members! : and Interested Remember the sick. Willie Pierce and daughter and Mr. and Mrs Leroy Stokes and fam- 1. Box 274-A.: Starke. Fla.Rtl'1 .owner
incited and Mrs. Lee Roy Green Sunday Boyd 214'a rSaarke..
citizens are Pittman is back in the hos- ily. Box Fla.
to attend. pital, but is gradually improving. We are glad to report that Dated this 8th Starke.day of Brad Janu -

Harold Mitchell is in Brad- Eugene Crosby is recuperatingat ary.ford A.County D. 1970, at ,
GIRL SCOUT :NEWS ford County Hospital. !Nelson' DEDAN CHURCHThe home after spending several Florldj.j 4t 1 f9

\n appeal is made to all Stubbs, a long time citizen of Dedan Church is now having weeks in the hospital followingan -

girls interested In joining the Starke, is still in the nursing mid-week prayer service accident on his farm. Also NOTICE
the meet- each Wednesday night, and with Raud Crewsis Stockholder. .>I".tlneThe
Girl Scouts to attend home at Gainesville. All of glad to learn that UtucKnoiu ut tie Community
ings each Monday' afternoon at these persons will appreciate the help of Rev. Orville Brook- now at home after spending slam lank: or stance, .
5 o'clock at Greater Allen Chapel visits and get well cards from ins of Hampton will improve several weeks at the veterans 1:1: ta 1''''''. Vtutiua, wul hold tnelr
AME Church. Parents are friends. their singing. Everyone has a hospital in Gainesville.John annual huuHe of matuiiK toe Community at me banking state

invited to attend with their cordial invitation to come and Freeman of Melrose is ark or Stailce, atuiKe" florida',

daughters. Please volunteer EBENEZER: BAPTIST Church take part in the singing ser- a patient In the Veterans Hospital cloCk Kllday.]:'. :M.Jan. 2d. lyiu 1-15 at XI 7 1-23 o-
your help. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday vice. in Lake City.Mr.and Mrs.

School, 9:45. MornlngWorship : Freeman are former residentsof
\OTICC OF ,,\%"'''L
BOY SCOLTS11 10:45: with the Senior Choir ELECTION Brooker. MEK1IM. OKMfc-MUEHS

parents who have boys, serving. BTU: at S p.m.followedby :'ola.'or1.. : O. Harrell posted Mrs. Alberta Stokes has returned The annual meeting ot First : >

ages 12.16, are asked to encourage Evening Service. Tuesday announcement this week about to her home here after Federal sa. >lng btarke. and will Loan be held Association \' ;.. .
them to join the BoyScouts night Bible Study, 7 p.m. Prayer the election to be held on Thurs spending several days with her at IOU: o p.m.: on 'V"dneedaYlJanu.'Y .; "i.

:Meetings are held eachWednesda.y :Meeting each Thursday nightat day, Feb. 10, at the BrooKer daughter Mrs. Mildred Martin 21, 1J70, at 595 the Neat oltlce iladison (/.t- ( .,., ,,,
assotlatlon .
night at the Jenkins 7. Civic Center. Offices to be in Fort -Myers.:\ Mrs. the Street, Starke. Florida. t. \\1"
Recreation Center at 8 o'clock. GREATER BETHLEHEMFree 1 filled are: :Mayor, for term of Martin had been serious condition Ruby John. secretary.--O!
Will one year; Town Clerk for term in the hospital there
Baptist Rev. -
CLUB NEWS: of one Town Marshallfor be back
Jasper Williams pastor. Sun- year; but is now able to
The Social o 4.! Savings Clubwill one year; and two council- home. In The Circuit Court,
School 9:30. Worship
day Morning -
meet Monday night, Jan. : men for a two year term. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wig- Eighth. Jutllelnl tlrcult.In .
at 11. Evening Service Bradford. County !.
with :Mrs. Hanoi English: Inspectors for the election Ana For
19 6 : !' Choir gins and family of Charleston Florltln.
Monday Night
as hostess. Each member is p.m. will be :Mrs. Bobby Jones,Mrs. S. C. were visiting Mr. and Action Far Divorce",
No. 1 rehearsal.
Tuesday night.
Sam Smith and Mrs. Doris can >o. two
asked remember ,
to last
please Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins Plaintiffvs ,
Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board Earlton R. Ch..tr.
obligation for the saving act- Kelly. week. Barbara Ann Ch"sner, De-
No. 1 will meet. Wednesday .
hlt11; members are urgedto Thursday Residents of Brooker are reminded Mr. and u Mrs. :Stan LI scorn be fendant.
night Prayer Meeting NOTICE
be present and on time. night Ladles Circle. Friday that registration books of Tampa were visiting the A.I. In The Name. Of The State
are now open until Jan. 31. FloridaTO .
Mann family Saturday. Mrs. Of
night, I Can Circle meet- In the
CHl'RCHEWS:; at G. E. Green Grocery for : The Defendant
Ethel Underhill and sons of
ing. Saturday night dinners will above named cause
:\11'. PISGAHIE Church, he sold from the kitchen. these who have not previously Starke were visiting the Manns Barbara Ann Chenser

Rev. George Young pastor. .\ registered to vote. Anyone and family Sunday. Residence You Are Vnknou H.r..b"l>lIr..d. that
Revival Meeting: is in progressand etit wishing to seek the office of Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L., suit for divorce of the marriage ,
', '. 'i ,' '' I any of the posts must submit betweenyou and the Plaintiff
run to Tridaj night .'I fJ"/!/ cm" buy/ Green and family and Mrs. been r1
Jan. 16. The public is cordial- ha mint, -, hit FI"',pny! t/cor It their request in writing to the Peark Markey during the holidays filed Earlton.. atfaln'totf" R chesser as, Defendant has I s

I.)' invited. Regular services t is nhlr, > 'r bun) If, of what it Town Clerk, on or before noon were Mr. and Mrs. Alan by Karlton R. Chessfr. as Plain ,
/buii Jan. 31. tiff In the above styled<1 Court
will be held Sunday starting ron Saturday, Messmore and family of and cause and +ou are reciulred

Maryland, and Mr. and Mrs. to file your defense, 6. answerto .
John Green of Memphis, Term. with the Complaint the Clerk n9 of filed the Circuit therein

Mrs. Mattie Davis of Gray Court In nnd for Bradford Coun

ham spent the weekend with 32031.ty. Courthouse and; serve Snta copy i tee, Florida thereofupon ;

Mrs. Pearl Markey. said Plaintiffs attorney,
DowntownOn Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Barton T. poula 101 North
Main. Street.' Post. Oflce Drawer
Drew Dukes Worthington 1228., Galnesxllle. Florida 32'tOl,
Theof Springs will be interested to on or before February 6, IlIiO!
learn that they are both anif fault Judgment you fall to will(Jo _be 0, a taken De-

Square patients in the Alachua General against. you for te relief de-
Gaincyi//e/ Hospital In Gainesville.Mrs. manned in the complaint that proctr and-
therenfter said cause
Harley Shaw Is sick <\ Ex Parte
at home and has been in the SWitnesW mv hand and seal of
said Court this.. 5th day of .Tan.
SemiAnnualStocktaking hospital several times in the URry, A. D. 1910, at Starle, Floryida. -\Ml. I
last few months. .
(SEAL) Cook
Charles and Tony Castlen, Inman D. GreenAs up "
Circuit Court
of the
David Prescott and Steve Wynn, In and Clerk For Bradford County, \ :;:.:,.: :,',: l' .. ", "

were overnight guests of Mr. F orld". :,,, th.II' It \\.1_ ''II 1--: :

and Mrs. Patrick W. Castlenin A.By Deputy Beulah M Clerk Moody a bargain > n ,!n .ihi..id mil rnon: t ,
Cusseta, Ga. last Thursday 1.8 4t 1.19 ::.; > ;. :: : :: ::r n\\:t1

night. JLhs.nhin' .: -;'..1,1' : ,,-
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd NOTICE OF Tr-XTtOV: TO It ru .urpnse that the iiet.i ;* '.uuik 1 ,
u'J i I' Dyal during the holidays were REGISTER FICTITIOUSNAME hI- ,Zt'ltrLtru: jppli.inti1, ,m the: "..,','h" ,. ",, '' "'''.1 t"....,.."

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kellyof Votlc Is hereby given' that home r.inxinjs tr"m'.lt. "' '" \ "
I :
'l' : 11.'"
Sarasota and Mr. and Mrs. the und.rslanl l < under the pro. t.'uut'l m.ltlt dishu.I'lhor'uuiit. ,,..', .
2a.151! Law ,, ', ,
Visions of Chapter '
Harold Sorrels of Jacksonville. ,
of Florida. Act of 1941\ will reBHtr J r\ \ltl'r .III "ihno. ; :t.lk. MI.ii.ix.int.ine :
Mrs. Lloyd Dyal spent New with the Clerk of th" ot (he big!: ,.;iit t [''m.. "nr r' I=I=2W
nrndford -
end for
Year's Day with her sister Circuit Court In
('ounl)'. Florldn upon proofof eaurbudhet -"'
Mrs. A. H. Hall, In Jackson- publlratlnn of this notice of '
ClearanceStarting ville. the flrlltlou name of North
Mnalc' !Show under .
Pvt. Frankie Tomlinson of which Flu Countrv I urn engaged In business. I
Ft. Bragg, N. C. was home .
for the holidays with his wife

and daughter, In Lake Butler GM
and his mother, Mrs. Emma I ear I

Lou Tomlinson of Brooker.Sgt. .

& :Mrs.\ Phil Gainey also .... '" ." ,."
of ft" Bragg N. C. spent the

holidays with Mrs. Betty Witt,

Monday and Mr.and and family.Mrs. J. V. Edwards Impala.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy -
Stokes and family duringthe

JANUARY 19 AT 9:30 A. M. Mrs.holidays Patrick were W. Castlen: Sp/4 and of

Cusseta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.

David Clayton and daughter, Its got more re-sale
Miss Robin Stokes, all of Lake

Hamilton, Mrs. Alphie Parrishof

Auburndale, Mrs. Iva Mc-

Kinney of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. value becauseits
Wilson Russ of Apopka Mr.

Save4JaJ2' and Mrs. Kenneth Russ am*
& MoreThis son of Gainesville, and Don-

nie Donaldson of Lake Hamil-

ton.Glad to see Mrs. Lucille got more to re-sell

Green around after having surgery
in Alachua General Hos-
pital in Gainesville recently. One of the nicest things about buying an Impala is selling it That, hixduii t selling! it

Sp/4 Denver Prescott of traditionally' brings back!, more of what people put into u in the f first pkue Mone>,

is a store wide clearance sale when Huntsville. Ala. spent the holi- Where does Impala !keep getting its higher resale saluc1? From features like! th,',.: >ou ,

days here with his parents Mr. see below. Features which explain \\America's most popular car for the l last I nine

and Mrs. Paul Prescott. ears will undoubted!> make! it ten in a row

Wilson's cleans house of odd lots, broken Impala :More to drive More to rc- ell.

All Int.r...td Pnrtles- Hidden Magic-
sizes & color and manufacturer discontinued TheCity Clerk. City of Starfc
ranges Florida furnlnhlnsr. will labor receive And materials bide, for Body by Fisher radio antenna Mirrorfinish

construction, of'8EW1R .

styles so shop early while selec- IN:': STATE' nETX5CATIOM ROAD I- aes.rst s' rtr.r+r \ /
Blrt' will tree.lv.." until \ i ongerl'lfeexhaust
':(11) P. M. 1'-le..n':, Stundardtlrn 4
*. o-n February. I.: 1970. and system
publl<"lr opened thereafter .t
tions are good. the City Council, Meeting to beheld '
.on that rtnteTon wN
mnv Innne the spplleable -
drawtnr*. upeclflcMlons and
contract document 'a* the office Protective
r-f the .r..hlt..F..ln. r.
SHOPWILSON'S Revnnld, !Smith' and "' 111.. 4MSBo'ilevn'rt / Side-guard inner fenders
Center Drive Poet
n,,,..,. POT 4Uln.!! J""n..III.. !' beam structure
Florida'' Z2nt/ und i.. the o'flcof
., the City' Clerk fill""''''. Florid
*, Finn and ..neelfloafloflsmnv .
b*. T>iirrh'''*'1 from Ttevn,
old*. !Smith' and Hill In Jacksonville I
0 Ftnrlrin Widest front tread
Th. Clfv re.eri-e. the rleht' I..o Computer-
waive lnformi,>1ltl". 'In any bid selected in its field
OF GAINESVILLE to releet' "nv.... ..'I! hld/ In springs Impala Custom Coupe
whole. o* In nurf.wlth or wl'hrmt .
rniiv*, nndr to. accent ,h.
bid that In |Ina HAen.nt' will ha More resale value,
for the bent internet of the City _
of Starke. Fi..IAa. Power disc brakes more popularity,too. CHEVROLET

Monday Saturday 9:30: A. M. 9 P. M. CITY Of THF roTTfTT FT.PTTTTARWF *

1'1'' Jme Hf.rrlll. K Mrw Edward..". ChairmanAttar' Putting you' first, keeps us first.

City Clerk
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PMr 1 19 TRI, (;RAPH JAN. 15. 1970



Mayor Says Expansion



Keystone Hities!, i Meandered lakes Of City Limits NeededSubmits

I'.I By JIM FOX m-4U1llnvited To Meeting January 17WOMAN'S

Pleat Phone in Your Items i 6'Pqint ProgramFor 1j.

Owners of lakefront propertyon ; sloe and there will also be Council ConsiderationA

meandered lakes are invitedto comments by visiting digni
NEW ARRIVAL attend a meeting at Keystone taries. Invitations have been proposal to( extend the tctpal building." He pointed! out
The Club Keystone will Heights Camellia Woman's -, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Beam Heights Beach on Saturday,Jan. extended to Governor Kirk all boundaries of Keystone Height that the present city tax levy '

Carnival sponsor Salad a are the proud parents of an 17, sponsored by the Lake Region cabinet members,and membersof In four directions was prcjact Is only 3V4 mills. 1Fvt
and Card
Infant daughter,Julie Christine, Citizens Committee. the Legislature.Free .
Other highlights of the May '
Ray Starnes 1
Tuesday Jan. 20 ed by Mayor
Party on at born January 2 In Bradford Purpose of the meeting Is to barbecue will be served, or's recommended program
the clubhouse. The party; Is coffee night as part of a six-point
County Hospital. Maternal discuss latest developments in including Brunswick stew,
to start at 12:30 recommended for the
scheduled p.m. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. the program of proposed legis- and bread.Guests are askedto program Consideration of the purchase
Admission will be $1.30lnclu tackle In the new year.
Ernest of this with city to
McLean and paternal lation to correct problems supplement cov-
ding tax. Reservations for grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. waterfront ownership and bulk- ered dish of salad, dessert, In explaining the need for of the Keystone Water Works
bridge can be made by contacting the proposal Mayor Starnes which is now available since
William Beam Jr. Julie will head lines on the lakes of Florida or vegetable.
Mrs. F. Norwood at said it is believed) that the the death of the late O. E.
certainly ,be a welcome home according to William E. Baker said that the committee
475-1330. Canasta and scrabble greeting to her father who Is Baker, committee chairman, is preparing to feed at least Federal government will develop Wiggins its founder.: "In the
reservations can be made "We need revenue-sharing plans in long run I believe it would be
presently stationed in Vietnam. who announced the meeting.The 1,000 persons. you
by contacting Mrs. David Nelson program will start at to turn out in large numbersto the future providing for a return to the ''benefit of the City to

f at 4734119. NEWCOMERSNew approximately 3 p.m. with old- indicate to the Legislaturehow of some tax monies to the own Its water system." Starnes

The Keystone Heights Dupli- residents In Park-of- @ "hoe down" music, much we need this new states and municipal government said.

cate Bridge Club, sponsored by the-Palms are Mr. and Mrs. plus special numbers by Mrs. legislation," the chairman said. *. Such rebates will prob -Increase revenue at the Air

the Woman's Club, meets every Robert Thornley, formerly of Ann Baker, banjo-picking! by Baker said there would bea ably be based on population port by developing recreational! J. -

Monday evening at the club Ashland, Ky. While readying Terry King, and a special har- special presentation by Char- or retail sales figures, Starnes facilities there. The mayor said
house. Play begins promptly home the monica member of the that at least two parties are
then Thornleys spenta duet. lie McGlave, a said. Keystone would be in a '
at 7:30. For additional Infor- few days on Nelsons Point A report will be given on Steering Committee and Past better position to benefit from Interested in acquiring part of New Councilmen Gay; Livingston (left) and Huntley -

mation contact Mrs. Fremont with their long-time friends, upcoming legislation to be Introduced District Governor, Lions Dis- these programs If It could the airport property for recreation Redfearn, Jr. look over plans for new First nap.I .

Tolles or Mrs. Townsend Dent, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan at the 1970 spring ses- trict 35L.Keystone. show a greater population the purposes and recom ,tlst Church in Keystone Heights.
both of whom are listed In
mended that the Council give
Mayor declared. Other benefits
the Keystone directory.SHEETSBRANNON HOMEMAKER CLUB Drug BookletTo would include: Increased cigarette these proposals serious consid
The Keystone Club will hold Lions tax collections: from a era lion. Two New Councilmen Seated;

= WEDDING its first meeting of 1970 on Be DistributedIn To Break Ground greater number of retail outlets! -Improvement of the city's
marriage of Miss Sha- Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. in Clay Image by "better housekeep
The now operating outside the city
ron Michele Brannon, daughter Electric hall. The new presi- Clay Schools Sunday, 2 P.M.Groundbreaking limits. ing." Starnes said "Our greatest I Committees For 1970 Appointed

-of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Braneov dent, Mrs. Emily Ison, will ef ,Starnes proposed expanding asset is a nice-looking community *
the cooperative
assume office and extends a ceremoniesfor "
of Keystone Heights, He suggested that
Gerald Lee Sheets, son of Mrs. cordial Invitation to all Homemakers forts of the Clay County Sher the new home of the Key- the city's boundaries to Include State another employe would be Two( new CouncilmenHunt- It was announced that a
all of the bordering
Thomas Crawford and the later especially parents of iff's Department and the Clay tone Heights Lions Club will ''be area needed in the maintenance department ley Redfearn Jr. and Gay Livingston new member will be appointedto
4-H Club boys and girls. County School Board a bookleton Road 21 from Brooklyn Bay on seated and all the Zoning Board at a later
; Douglas R. Sheets of Keystone held at 2 p.m. Sunday. Jan. but that the expense were
Heights, will be an event of For mothers of all schoolchildren the use and effects of 18. at the building site on the north, running southwesterly would be Justified and the city officers were sworn in at Tuesday meeting; to succeed Livingston,

Friday evening, Jan 16, at 8:30 there are interestingand drugs has been prepared for Nightengale and: Peach Streets, to the Bradford County southof ) could afford, it. Starnes said night's meeting of the Keystone who resigned after ,being elected
line all of Clay County
Instructive linedup the benefit (If parents of school : Councilman!
The vows will be exchanged In programs directly across from the hgh! to that the municipal building! City Council.
Church by the county agents Mrs. children. Brooklyn Lake extending re-elected Sworn Into office, along with
St. Anne's Episcopal school gymnasium and stadium: needs some maintenance work Everett R. Fox was
with the Rev. William I. Jones Imogene Rittenberg and her assistant Recognizing the fact that the E. L. Jones. Jr., Lions president Lake Geneva (this would in and repairs and the city can chairman for 1970 and prompt. the Councilmen, were new Tax

officiating.All Mrs. Myron PrevattJr. problem of the use and abuseof said the new building clude the area lying between not afford to let it deteriorate. ly named the following com Assessor James: Cock (former

friends and relatives are ., who gives special attentionto drugs does( exist in Clay will serve not only as a meetIng Clay Electric Cooperative and Encourage greater partlclpa- mittee.-. councilman), ani re-elected

T: invited to attend the wedding youth programs. No dues County, the booklet Identifies place for the club but also the Keystone Heights Ceme- Lion of business people in civic -Finance and Law: Joy Bak. Tax Collector Aughtry Vance.Sportsman's .
<: will follow are charged. and explains the different typesof try); and extending! southeast Club
andReJfearn. presidentDon
and reception, as a civic center to be made affairs. Starnes said that he er, chairman; Livingston
In the Keystone HeightsWoman's drugs and also discrlbes the available for other civic and erly along SR 100 In the direction appreciated the fact that the Morgan asked that the
Club.DAVISLOPER. various symptoms and effects of the town of Lake council consider renewing the
PERSONALS social groups.I The club will also business community entrustedhim -Streets, Parks and Garbage:
that accompany their use. Geneva to include the Rutle.lgestore : ... lease the club of
its use teen Redfearn chairman; Baker and present by
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Downey encourage as a and camp property. with $500 with which to do
It 1s hoped that after study airport property on the same
Mrs. Grover K. Davis of Tucson, Ariz were holiday ing the \booklet will be center. Starnes sail: that the city has some things that were not Watkins. '
Mr. and parents terms except changing the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. The public Is Invited to at- firefighting otherwise provided for. and -.safety: Livingston chairman;
the fac'lll'es! (
of Keystone Heights announce Club Es- better able to recognize symptoms tend the groundbreaking cere necessary Baker and Watkins date to February from Septem
Peters Keystone said this was an example of
of their police protection ambulance
the marriage produced by the various ber. would
He said this assist
Peters' Watkins chairman:
Mr. Downey is Mrs. mony. -Airport:
tates. the interest that could be
Jennifer Ann toKen- service, garbage collection
daughter, brother. Before returning drugs discussed.The Livingston and Redfearn. the club In planning its wild.
Jerome Loper, son of Mrs. etc.) to take care of stimulated in civic affairs.
neth booklets "will be distributed life conservation program
toured inter- Fremont Tolles appointed
home they was
Burton and Dan Loperof Freeze this and that "We should -The widening and resurfacing
Clinton An to all elementary chil- Cancels area which must be submitted for
esting spots in Floirda. City Attorney, replacing
The availableto of Highway 21, with curb
Heights. mar- make these facilities
Keystone the dren duringthe week of January approval each February The
interesting note is that Berwick Anderson of Green
riage took place on December Peters lived in Keystone for 19 to take home totthelr Camellia ShowThe our neighbors.1'He and gutter through'the city to Cove Springs, and Myron Pre club was also given! permissionto
26 in Phoenix, Ala. said there was no reason put It on par with the improve-
All interested
and returnedto parents. parents do controlled burning on its
less than a year vatt Jr. was named Municipal
Mr. Loper is employed with Garden Club of the for those outside the city' to( jnens recently made on SRI00.
Tucson where Mrs. Peters and Junior high and senior high lensed Pl'oP'rty.Tommy .
Sperry-Rand of Gainesville,and students obtain bookletsat Lakes Camellia! Show scheduledfor fear being included In the corporate Starnes sad it would be up to Judge, replacing Tolles.
underwent All the time may Millican, representingthe
Mrs. Loper is employed by surgery. locations Friday Jan. 16, has been limits since. "We haveno the Council and the people to Officers reappointed were: .
subs- of the following asked
lived there they were any First Baptist Church
Sunland Training Center, of the they cancelled]) due! to the severe bonded Indebtelness. and make this effort, and predictedthat Vergte Homer, City: Clerk; Waiter -
cribers to The Telegraph, and : that setback requirementsbe
Muhlhofer. Chief! of Police( :
freezes of last week which de the County Commission
same no obligations except the mun-
Mr. Peters wrote back to say Clay County Sheriff's Office Tom Bryant, Assistant Chief; waived for construction of
stroyed most blossoms in the would cooperate.
SHOWER how much they enjoyed the news Clay County School Board Office and Ed Bennett Fire Chief the new church building. The

FOR MISS BRANNON of Keystone. Shortly after, they Police Department, all in. area.Mrs. NEW BOOKS In recommending the reappointment Council took the matter!) under
Elsie Stripling, horlicul-
Brannon bride- moved back here. Green Cove Springs; Orange Services Held of Muhlhofer and advisement, and also the suggestion -
Miss ture chairman said it is *aubt. Keystone LibraryNew
Barker : :
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Park Police Department: Key
; by Councllmin Red:
elect, was honored with a mis- For Mr. AldermanOf Bryant Mayor Ray Starnes
ful that the show will)) be rescheduled
left Christmas Day
and Police
cellaneous bridal shower on son stone Heights Department said. "We are going to enforce fearn that the dirt street In
December 20, at the home of to visit relatives in Baltimore, and all high school prin due to the latenessof books on the shelves of Melroee the law more strictly in 1970. back of the church' be moved

hiss Lynn Jordan Lake Gen- Md., and especially to visit cipals'l offices. .., recovery of the plants. the Keystone Heights Libraryare We have been Good Joes too south some 15 feet in order to
: ,
and for, Mrs.'Barker'sill .i of the old saying
care proof '
give the new church suff'c'enS!! !
long and 1 ttle lax: In our ef-
eva.Miss Brannon and her mother and elderly mother, Mrs. that truth is stranger than fic- Herman Guy Alderman 80 1. forts. I believe a the law should room for setback Since the
Marie Bauer, In nursing home tion. of Melrose filed Saturday in 1 church the property on
Brannon owns
Mrs. Thomas 'be upheld and If anyone gets
received the guests and directed there. For Instance, there Is The Alachua General Hospital. mad at the can'thelp both sides of the dirt street
Mayor we
Mrs. H. P. Haber- --1 absorbing
Mr. I Road to Samarkand, an Gainesville. .
them to the party rooms, It." this should mfft with! no ob-
which were decorated with a stroh of Valparaiso Ind. spent biography of Fritz De- Surviving are three sons. jection, he said. M'llican:) said
the Christmas holidays with the the English-born Floridian -
bridal and Christmas theme. lius, Emery and W. O. Alderman this would be satisfactory' if It

Guests were served refreshments Jack Haberstrohs. A New Jack's Year COMMUNITY CHURCH Clinic, in Mexico which uses and his music. both of Palatka.and George Miami Firm Buys could be done and Council will
visit was enjoyed from What You Can Do About Drugs
from table dec- of so Alderman of San Salvador; one the matter.A .
a The Church Women held their them for the enjoyment Investigate
Mr. book that
sister-in-law and And Your Child is a -Lake Geneva
orated with and white In the brother. Gus Alderman, Mel- beer license was
a all carry-out
green and Mrs. Walter Meltz of Fort daytime general meeting many of ages. should be read not only by
color scheme including an artificial 1 Bert Christoffers rose; ten grandchildren and for the Claude Fosters
Wayne, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ter- educational building at p.m., Mrs. parents, but by every adult Mobile Home SalesLake approved
centerpiece of white wed L. Thoburn, of Wildwood Jan. 5. Mrs. Roy Turknett led Church Women Welfare Chair- and adult. .seven great grandchildren.: who hnve lensed the for.

ding bells and green leaves surrounded ry also drove up for a holiday the devotional, and Mrs. Walter man, prepared two gift pack- Six young thousand years of fulfilled Funeral services were held Geneva Trailer Sales, mer Candy's service stationon

by white camellias and visit with Mrs. Thoburn's par- Grollck program chairman, ages of Christmas food cloth- prophecy are covered In at 11 a.m. Tuesday Ellam of Keystone Heights has been SR 21.

fern. White candles placed In ents, the Haberstrohs. introduced the guest speaker, ing, and toys distributed through They Foresaw the Future, by Baptist Church Melrose with purchased by Continental Mo An occupational llcen'e was
silver candlesticks flanked the Mrs. Freeman Hart of Gaines county nurses. Justine Gladd. Rev. Kermit S. Combs offilca- bile Homes of Amsrlca. Inc., of approved for Bruner Baker to

floral decorations. Mrs. Mars- ville. As the complllngof Church A book that may be highly; tlng. Interment was in Melrose Miami and will continue its operate a gunsmith and lock-
ton Jordan, the hostess' mother Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Mrs. Barry Wyman, chairman Woman's history was deferred recommended to everyone but Cemetery.MELROSE. operation on SR 100 In Key smith at his home.
presided at the punch bowl. Macklln of Oak Ridge, Tenn. reported a total of 1690. until after the holidays a motion especially to teachers and those atone Heights offering the

The 17 guests enjoyed several arrived Christmas weekend for 10 in proceeds from the Christ- was made that each Circle preparing to teach, is JesseStuart's -ssr.rrrsssSrSSpIrs-t same lines of mobile homes as
games which were directed by an extended visit with Mrs. mas Bazaar. She also reportedthat Chairman at the January 19 inspiring story of his
in the
Miss Gina Massa. Winners Included Williams Walz. Other holiday all Missionary paymentshad meetings appoint one memberto To Teach To past.
own education. "Dad and Brad" Larsen, for KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
the bride-elect's mo- guests at the Walz home included been made for the cur- work on the committee in Love. One of the dedicated tea- and of I
ther her sister Miss Patti and Mrs. Lawrence arranging mater- mer owners operators
Mr. rent year. All church mem- sorting and chers of the 19th century men-
Brannon, and Miss Debbie Dey. Boyd and daughter. Alice of bers and frlneds are askedto ial Mrs. F. P. Egan and Mrs. tioned in the book was a relative By Dora Core/ the business will continue
Miss Brannon received: many Clifton, N. H. Mrs. Boyd is save the fronts of greeting Don Wallace are co-editors. Mitchell a ,. with the new ownership. Brad
of A. M. ,
beautiful gifts, which were a niece of Mr. and Mrs. WalzA cards and send them to Mrs. January circle meetings will local resident. It's a fascin- r Larsen will be manager in Key.
placed under the Christmas tree friend accompanied them Roy Bridges or leave at the be held on the 19th as follows: ating KINDERGARTENTo stone Heights, and his father,

until they were opened. Miss Doreen Jack. They went secretary's office. They will Wilson Circle. 1 p.m. with Mrs. Even story.the juvenile section of maintain two kindergarten Arnold will be Southeastern

on to Fort Lauderdale. be sent to the Presbyterian Albert Bachmann; Barker Cir- the library has Its share of classes at Melrose Ele- sales representative with Con. DIRECTORYBEAUTY

cle, at home of Mrs. Emily attention-holding non-fiction mentary School an approximate tinental. John Brown will con-
Ison In Postmasters Village Understanding Africa is one of increase of 12 pupils is necess- tinue as salesman.
with Mrs. Floyd Koons co- the juvenile books that couldbe ary. "It Is known" said Mrs. Arnold Larsen will continue SHOP

hostess. Beam Circle 1 p.m. of Interest to adults as well. Watkins, principal of Melrose 'to operate the Lake Geneva
at home of Mrs. Bernard Slo- The Pueblo Indians is a com- Elementary "that children who Mobile Homes Park at Lake KEYSTONEBEAUTY

TONllt81.lEn comb. Smith Circle. 1 p.m. at prehensive study of these stur- have attended kindergarten have Geneva.
home of Mrs. Olive Stevens dy, village-dwelling people, and a more successful first grade
and sister, Mrs. Mabel Hus Is well illustrated. experience as compared with this age group, please notify "n>rra JOHNSON.' 0.PvIIOI1a1 .-
band. Greeson (morning) Cir- Joan Charnock has brought those who have not had this the school so the parents may tad CnaUn HaIr etyltae

cle, 9:30: a.m. at home of Mrs.J. Into sharp focus the relatively advantage. If you have a child be consulted. Ew
A. Williams, Brooklyn Bay, little-known country of PolandIn who reached his 5th birthdayby 2uitare TUM.-AU. *-5; doss

joy Your Favorite with Mrs. Danny Maples co- her new book, The Land and January I, he is still eli- SEVERBRANCHMiss SeverandJames -T.
hostess. Evening Circles Mrs. People of Poland.So gible for kindergarten. If you Shirley
Cook (Nlghtengales) meet at why not drop by the library know anyone with a child In (Continued On Next Pace] CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
7:45 at home of Mrs. Walter and get acquainted with -
with Mrs. Philip
Muhlhofer some of the facts that are more CONCRETE!: PRODUCTS

4 ( If. White co-hostess.Mrs.Sunder-) 8 with interesting than fiction. CALL OR SEE
& land (Rebeccas p.m. A quarterly report of the
VC'C/II f Mrs. Richard Lovorn and Mrs. Clay County Public LibrariesIs Edward's Building

eJ John Kingsbury co-hostess. now available at the library, Supply, Inc.
and we also have a complete
Delicious Dinners ANNUAL! MEETINGThe chart of the Florida State Gov- 72S 8. MAIN 37t-444
Feasting on our
one Annual Meeting of the ernment. GaJ nt1l.. Florida
Community Church was held after -

worship on Jan. 11. The
Helen Lawrence NURSERY

FRESH SEA FOOD & STEAKS OUR SPECIALTY I Nominating mitted names Committee of the following sub- Librarian ).C. Carries Nursery
for three
nominees: Trustees How To Guard Important
years each Mrs. W. J. Gro Thousands of plants

all lick, Myron Prevatt Sr., and Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
Fried Chicken or Papers and Other Valuables
Tuesday and Wednesday $1.50 William Reynolds Jr. Stewards Can you EVergreens

SI'ECIAL EACH WEEKSpecial - (3 years), Mrs. Gertrude
the Spaghetti you can eat -- Al Christoffers B. Watson. R. A. Aston, and oaf all day Rent a safe deposit {jy>x at MOST Camellias ALL&IN Azaleas CANS

The guest preacher on Sun- and still loseweight this bank. The cost is just PLANT ANY TIME-

Businessman's Lunch DailyRESTAURANT day, Jan. 4, was Rev. Charles Beautiful Roses -
: Neder, who Is doing graduate ? pennies a day, and you can LandscapingPhone
work at Columbia Seminary In

Decatur, Ga. His special work protect valuables] from tax 659-2165

is In the Youth Chlrstian Cru- 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
sade, In which he will)] spendthe records and wills to family
of Flo- Hwy. 100 at. FJormhome
in tours
I I / I
y rida. heirlooms, against fire i ,


II, DINING ROOM 'Z The first Chapter meeting of Senior Mcmtsr Appraisers Soch-ly of
1970 was held Jan 6 with an
Initiatory ceremony conductedby Is Ready For You STATE BANK Mortgage BrokersWe
Worthy Matron Grace Keeth Help YOU :
/ Patron Vinton i FU. Trailer lob WOO. Up
and Worthy Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights,
OPEN A.M. TO 9 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAY.'r. Keeth. The next meeting will Every Tues.j 't pro, Tfc* Best In Lake Front
"Your Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity. Homes. Acreage IKnUlsMM.
be in preparation for the new Friendly
BETTY PICKETT officers for 1970-71 as Advance Keystone Heights \ Melba ll.en. Al UUXeyiton
New :Manager: St.. Anne's Parish House Office 473-481

TIT. 1W-3163: 473:315 f. Hom i 473-4744 471-4811
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Free Washington Trips OfferedTo I '4 1 week Thursday with night us, ,and to even spend they the canal.Len and Linda Swearingen and ,urday; and caught 7 specs ave- If we have much weather lice A friend lays, that one o/

INDIAN BEACHLake thought It was freezing In"sunny" daughter Tammy Lynn of Jack- ;Lake raging 2 Ibs. and 2 bass in we had last week, the great joys of being relatively
i Alto. The rivers will the
freeze at
sonville spent the weekend with impoverished and .
Florida. When they f -
'Winners/ In REA Contest left Alabama, (and Its 7 degrees his parents, Fred and Vera <'out Leeon was messed up with- mouth. dentary is sitting in front of
Essay ( State Fe) temperature), they told all their Swearingen. minute a typewriter didl manage And even folks who live In the TV, watching a football

Byj Michael H. CUttr friends and kin that they were Mrs. Helen Walker of Jack- { but he a Florida, game being played in tM

Phone 47.1-KU2 heading for the "Land o' Sunshine" sonville was a weekend guest short poem this week. If the Will have to migrate south. snow.
All high school juniors in by a committee of judges. Carpenter Lord Is willing, things will be
D. W.
the area served by Clay This Is the sixth year that II'. .., ..,., n .. where It was warm. of Mr. and Mrs. ,back to normal next week. .
Electric Cooperative are eli- Clay Electric has sponsoredan I When they got here, our lows
Hello hello, hello! It's me were ranging from 17-21 degrees And I'm afraid that's It for 4r
gible to enter the annual essay- essay-writing contest. LaSIyear's t LEEON'S CORRI'ER"That's 1'b
again, finally that is. Yes I and our highs were In this week, friends. So until
writing contest, with all-expen- local winners were: Ker Coooold"We u
Hural Electric Youth Shackleford and Debra L finally got my typewriter back the 30's. Looks like the joke we meet again, stay warm and '
se-paid ry
D. C. : Friday night, so I'm a little was on them. My father Is on "May the good Lord bless and lffHl ([ etej".f
Tours to Washington, Hawes, Keystone Heights High I had a little cool snap,
but to be vacation this week he and keep all.
very happy so you
awarded to the winners.E. School; Kay Stone Clay Jr.-Sr., Now folks, it really turned cold.
back the Job. This is the Myron all week.
are hunting
on dTHB
T. Martin, general mana- High; and James Richardson' Even folks from Alabama,
first typing I've done in nearly My mother and Joyce Bar- SPORTS: .
of Electric said that Santa Fe Pulled
Clay High.
ger month if I makes ton in Gainesville It looks like the sports world up covers and
a so a were Monday NZBW
winners in this area would join As participants in the 197 I rolled.
boo-boo, u'l hafter scuse me. night visiting our cousin, Faye around here has froze over.
winners of similar contests contest, local winners will tra-
electric Folks, I want to tell you I Hamilton, and Nell Garner of Even Roy Griffin of Griffin's Water pipes and everything, HENRY
sponsored by other vel by air to Washington, D.C,
Florida. learned a little lesson last week, Starke, who Is also a neigh- Lodge didn't do anything last Really froze up tight
cooperatives across of the where they will spend five days and I'm sure most of you did bor here on the lake. They just week. In fact the only reportI In fact, the truck door froze GRADY
All expenses five-day visiting places of historical Interest -
had been happened to be roommates in had was that Maxie Mathis together,
| too. Everyone com-

trip, starting June 7, will be and seeing the nation's"government Just the other lho, IJ(1
Clay Electric. in action." plaining about the cold weather Alachua General Hospital. Both caught 35 specs last Friday. night. .11.OTE"L
paid Contest entrants are requiredto On Wednesday, June 10, the t we had been having, and are out now and doing better. The fish are biting, but not ''n\\[] ...II IC
will I was just about to agree with Last Sunday, my parents and many people gave 'em a chance Ya know It's getting cold,
submit a 500-word essay on group meet approximately
their choice of five subjects 1,000 young people from 30, them. But last week, we found Buddy and Merle Ellis of last week. So till It warms up a when Roy Griffin doesn't go 9t f1f.I 4JJJ/tt titsp&t JuteI. -
fishing'. '
rural electrification for coordi- out that we didn't know what Gainesville visited Cedar Key dab and people start fishing __
pertaining to states a program
resource!' materials are nated by the National Rural real cold weather was. How- and got oysters and fish. Jo again, all I can say is "Good- He stayed home as the rest fJJ please you !

available from the cooperative Electric Cooperative Assn. and ever, after last week, I'd say and Elaine Ellis and Johnnie bye and good luck!" of us did,

office, or by writing to Clay the Rural Electrification Administration that we're pretty well learnedon Merle Manning and son of Roy Griffin and son Alan fin- And for warmer weather waswish1n' The ultimate in downtown convenience. Closest to

Electric Cooperative, Inc., at- The program will the subject, wouldn't you? Gainesville, joined us in a seafood ally braved the weather on Sat- Atlanta Merchandise Mart theaters;In center
feature officials Next time you think about complaining supper. of the finest shopping area. Beauty and Barber Shops.
tention Power Use Dept, Keystone presentations by I
Heights. of these organizations and just remember, it Mrs. Lou Miller and son Jeff Theater.Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage

Essays will be judged on the other Washington personalities, could always be a little worse. were in Jacksonville, last week, store Sundries stand.Superb meeting and ballroom

basis of: knowledge of subject and possible a member of the I'll uo that too. for Jeff to see Dr. Todd about BRADFORD PECANS facilities. All rooms conditioned and with TV.

30 President's Myron and Thelma Pierce his knee. They had some very
40 cent originality, family.
per per cent; composition; !10 percent A fun-filled "shindig" will of Hueytown, Ala., (two of Mother's good news. He will not have to 1,:\ New Motor lobby-drive right Into the j II ,
FOR SALE J hotel. Reasonable rates Il1L'
; neatness, 10 per cent; climax the day's events. cousins) came down last have surgery. The knee was ._ )
and 10 school Improved, and Dr. Todd dismissed ,-' -
grammar per cent. High juniors wishingto .
VFW NOTICE Jeff. Downtown at Feachtret I Cain Sts.
Application deadline Is Feb- enter the contest may obtain -
ruary 23 and deadline for sub- an application blank from The newly formed VFW Post Mrs. Watkins and son Jimmy Shelled and Unshelled bjp': P.OBor1416

mining essays will be April 13, any of Clay Electric's district in Melrose will hold its third returned to Augusta, Ga. aftera Phone 404/324-3211 4041524321I

Martin said. offices, or by writing to Youth meeting on Jan 29, at 7:30 visit with Mr.and Mrs.James WHOLESALE & RETAIL 4 '"

On the basis of the essays Tour, Clay Electric Cooper- at the Parish House. Robbins and son, Gary. The R..EZTAUR..ANT.COCKTAIx.. :r..OUNOm

finalists will be selected to appear ative, Inc., Box 308, Keystone CUB SCOUTS Robbins heard from their son Starke State Farmers Market ATLANTA GEORGfA
Billy Weber who is In the ,
in person for !interviews heights, Fla. 32656. The Cub Scout Pack Meeting U.S.
is slated for Thursday, Jan.22, Navy. He has orders to leave

.-.. at 7:30 p.m at the Parish House.SELLRENT soon on the ship, the Guada-

in Engineering; Sara Baldwin, '* SWAP* HIRE'- BUYSELL..RENTSWAP..HRE.. BUY SELL- REr4T- S\A/AP .HRE-
NEWS NOTES Arts and Sciences; Herbie Nel-

son, from Keystone, Business CARL BEGGS

From By Freceedlng Helen Egan Page] been Administration.omitted, call If anyone 475-5041.has CLASSIFIED! ADS GET RESULTS Gulf USED Service PARTS'

PRINCIPAL: SPEAKS Top Prices for Wrecked Can

Mrs. MaudeWatklns, Melrose NIRE BUY SELL-RENT SWAP* MtRE-BUY-, SELL-RENT SWAP1.- HIRE BUY SELL- RENT- 24 Hour Wrecker SerrloefuelUil

Night: will be observed on Jan. Elementary School principal, -. -.-
20 at 8 p.m.FELLOWSHIP. will speak to the Gainesville MZ3t!:! WANTZD' Laundry JF WE DON'T HAVE IT
Can -
CLUB Student Chapter of the Associ- I' worker, Kltcher. aid, laborer well get It for yon. Office Hwy." SOI N. Waldo
ation of Childhood Education CLASSIFIED! AD RATES PUMPS E.
New: officers who were installed International on Jan. 22. Her cottage parent, watch Supplier., Furniture EQuip. George 8-lM8

at the Christmas lunch- topic will be, "Designing a Up to 15 word. ____- IM man cook and clerk, sround- NEW AND USED __ ment. Bradford CoontyXelefrapb. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

Dec. 11 at the (Minimum charge) keeper. truck driver. Five SALES.P ARTS- SERVICE .
eon on presided Curriculum for al New Ele- '':Ire Homeowner FOR SALE 1966 VW-1300
meeting on Jan. 8. President day week eight hour day.Ctate & Shallow Wells
mentary School. Involved in Each word over 15 __ .07 Deep model 50 hp. Low mileage!
Fern Hanson announced the this talk will be the various aspects retirement vacation, Water Softeners & Filters LIFE & ACCIDENT good condition $1,073. Phone

following committee chairman which must be taken into Extra: charge. U not sick leave. If Interested, please I Expert Service On -- Keystone H-'ighU 473-4M3 9646610. tfehrGAINESVILLE

appointments: Program Mrs. consideration before a suit- paid In advance ____ .35 apply In person Personnel I '
Ethel \\ yman; chairman of able plan be effected. Manager Sunland Training All Makes DID YOU KNOW its easy to
may '
luncheon table setting; Robert Center, Otineevi le, Fla. Plumbing Service ;own J Longcriamp Home? MEN WANTED
Memorial, Resolution An Phone 964-7061 Bettff'; oullt for F'r.'da: llrmg Men cottage
Ferrell; oevotionals, Mrs. Amy DUPLICATE BRIDGE equal opportunity employer : parents age over 21. Startingpay
Ferrell; membership, Mrs. Duplicate Bridge winners of 1 crate per word DURRANCE PUMP Tot plant or our. $329 month promotion opportunities
William beam Your or our.. Contact: Bu-
Sr. welfare and
; of the ttr.hg
the first game year AND SUPPLY CO. and regular Increases -
health Mrs. ford Mitchell, phone C84BB53 -
Emily Ison and
were as follows: First place; .
in 8 hour day 5
:Mrs. Nell: P. 0 Box ma: "tarke
Grayson dues secretary T
; Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic day week sick leave vacations

Mrs. Rose Lang; publi- Hlllyer. Second place;Mrs. Gay 50 word or lea ___ 3.00 Letters & Numbers for Interior INSURANCEAt tt'p I II I stats! retirement. If Interested,
city, Mrs. Helen Egan. Livingston and Mrs. Ray and exterior All REDUCED RATES .1 I I
use. sizes co please In Personnel
apply person
A 15 cents donation is madeat Starns. Third place Mrs. T.L. Each word over BO __ .07 AUTO FIRE BOAT
; lors. Bradford County Telegraph Manager Sunland Center
each luncheon JIMMYtOORE'S! I
meeting to Norwood and Mrs. Gladys Van DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
pay the rent, and 10 cents each Netta. Fourth place; Mrs. Ro- OFFICIAL tf AGENCY SUN SPORTS Gainesville Fla.

Games Day, which will be on land Bryan and Mrs. J. P. INSPECTION STATION tch* I An equal opportunity employ-
Jan. 22 at 1:30 in St.Anne's l'r.
p.m. Vose. PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to
Open Dally 8 AJW. 5:30 P. M.
hall. Members playingare Noon $625. Take the drudgery out BAIRD
to contribute a prize of WOMAN'S CLUB Except Saturday 8.12 of paper work.-Bradford Countv -i YOUR MONEY WANTED: Used Wrln r-W ah-

50 cents value. The Melrose Woman's Club, HILL'S GARAGEKeystone Telegraph \II Mobile Hordes Stiirke I'll. 604-11791 er. Will pay cash or take in T

:Mrs Mitta Kersey was appointed which is 78 members strong as Height trade on anything. DAHMER'8
SEWING NEW and USED Complete Outboard & Stern D ..
Telephone Chairmanand of the first of the year, will Telephone 473-4465 MACHINE Cleaned, 984-7923. tf-eAg ..
will select her committee meet Wednesday, Jan. 21, at oiled and adjusted< In yourhome 8.10.12' Wide Drive Service a"d Repair. ER

squad who call members for the Clubhouse. Guest speakerwill MIMOSA MANOR $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Good Quality Complete Fiberglass Repair I WILL BUY: Used AppllantM.!
each meetlng.Jlewmembersat-: repairs also. All work guarante.ed. C u s I 10m-built Fiberglass
be a representative from MOBILE HOME PARK Furniture TV's, Stereo., aoy-
tending this meeting, as wellas the Association for the Prevention Dennis E. Coggine. Phone I Reasonably Priced Fishing Boats thing of value. DAHMER'S.
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Trailers and Spaces For Rent 431-1428. Gainesville
of Birth Defects. A tfchg; 378-2785
Cleo Aldrich Michigan: Mrs. Phone 964-7498. tfchg SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
; movie on this subject will be Serviced Guaranteed and j
George Duncan of Smith Lake; shown. Mrs. PhilUp Kromer A. J. Thomas Registered Real Delivered la Starke Area BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used Letters all sizes colors. Permanent j

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jennings will again, this year, be in Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing NO EXTRA COST Furniture. Appliances Toys far: use on wood, glass. S., E: 2nd Ave. &

of New: iork State; and Mrs. charge of the two or three day filer Brown in appraisals for estates Tool Wlmberly's Trading ;plastic': pater metal, leather, 2nd Street

Stanley Hirshback of Ohio. March of Dimes campaign, toward corporate and individual US 441 N. 450J NW 13th Post 7434 Standing. Blvd., ANYTHING! -Bradford County Near Post Office

Following the business meet- the end of this month. owners Thirty years experiencein Gainesville S7S-2785 i iFAYES' I Jacksonville tfchg Telegraph. tf Open 'Til.8 P.M.
ing, :Mrs. Wejman introduced II i
Approximately $350 was col- Florida Land Matters. 205 N. I, __
member Gordon Baker who took lected last Temple Ave. 7 EZERASE TYPEWRITER ,
year. Starke. Fla., Tel. ,I 1
FABRICS -First ]
the 40 members on a "journey"through 9645701. tf quality 1 1 PAPER, Mlmeo Paper Bond

Cuba before Castro's There will be a covered-dish Volkswagen dress! drapery upholstery I Iml1terlal. Paler! Notebook Fillers _

regime, using color slides taken dinner for the benefit of the EXPERIENCED WAI TRESS Notions: mill ends nrndfnrd County Tf If en ph. WANTED LISTINGSOn

when he was assistant main- building fund, with food sup New & Used t.\I) wanted. Good pay. Apply In per secon-5. !Metal zippers lOc to Homes and Acreage. B'iyr
tenance and construction super- plied by the members at the Sales Service son at Longhorn Restaurant U. 30c. Week days 10 to 6: Frt- CARTERPAINTS FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed- Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg

intendent of a large sugar plan Woman's Club building on Sat- S. 301 South. tfchg dav Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday room trailer outside city limits.J. Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave

tation for 15 years. urday, Jan. 24, from 5 to 7 1 Ml. North of Tire Mall 1 to 6. On 301 Pa miles Northof I B. White 964.6114. tfchg Ph 964-6609 Starke. Fla

p.m., admission $1.25 for adults GAINESVILLETAXIDERMY FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Waldo on 301. tfchg I j TELEDYNE EXPLORATION

children. beds elec. guitars, amplifiers,
75 cents for
SERVICE Small appliance COMPANY, will conduc' .1 VI-:
ijijoSTi Mrs. Ralph Stevens is chair- refrigerators: day or week. DAHMTTB'S. .
984-7923. tf-ehg at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. brose is survey in search of oU:
woman preparations. Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchg and gas along hiwny No. It!.
$3,600( was the cost of ren-
FOR SALE Registered Pole 121. 100 and Ifi. beginning! : at Ft.
the Woman's Club Rups-FishBirdsOameheadsChaz. :
Hrford LABEL MAKERS from SALES White, Fla. and conductingnor'hea :
bull 2 years old. Also
[From Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo-
Preceedlng Pace building. R. Brumbaugh con- S9.95- Bradford County Tele
Lake Butler, then
tracted the project which included tel Sta.ke. Fla. 5t chg 1.29 tome register Angus bulls. graph. Ph. 964-6303. I -u
SB4-6114 tfchg 2920 Waldo Road outheast t." Starke. and eastward -
sanding the heart pine
Edward Branch gave their mar- : Gainesville 376-0691 through Penney Farms
riage in floors, painting the Interior a $6.98 8-TRACK FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse
vows recently the [EARS TAPES only Authorised Dealer and Green Cove Springs and
land, S. C. where they spent soft green, refinishing $3.98 with your trade at DAH- : 3 bedroom 1 bath central "Dreamer" endi"q at St. Augustine: Fl*
and "Starcraft"
furniture, removing old .
their honeymoon Rev. Francis MER'S Discount House. heat Si alr-oondltlonlng. Corner
V.bra'or locations 11'111AVAIIA' be
HAS point
adding new light fixtures, put- "Wheel Camper"Travel
:M. Uatson performed the 4tchg 1.29 lot Phone 964-5387. tfchg
>I!' to the public throughthe
ceremony. ting in additional plumbing, EVERYTHINGSTARKE Trailer Truck

:Miss Sever is the daughter of driving a well, painting the HELP WANTED Permanent FOR RENTNicely furnished f Campers Fold Down offiCA of The State Geolog.

:Mrs. C. W. Sever and the late exterior and lowering the ceil- position. All company benefits. o''e' bedroom: apartment for SALES A SERVICE Ut Tallahassee. Fla. tfchB'!

Mr. Sever James Edward is ing about 10 feet. Minimum starting rate $2.00 settled person or couple. No t ,
the son or1.: .. and Mrs. Albert hour. Apply Southern Wood children or pets. Lights and
Branch of Interlachen. Many of the members were Phone 964-6848 Preserving Co., Baldwin Fla. water f'trnl..h'd? $50 per month. A FOR RENT Kingsley Lake LEFT t'NTLAlMED! :

Shirley attended school at Mel- concerned about changing the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 3tchqr 1-22 Phone 1(14-7983.( Itchg New brick dueler pTtmTitsPhnpe SEWING MACHINES. We have
rose and James attended high face of this historical build- r 64-539! ? or 961-7789' Mer- I inn SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC

school in Palatka. ing by covering the original FOR SALE-Limerock for drive- TREATING DEPARTMENT- r'tt Wllll.m''' tfcrig ZIGZAGS They? were Christ-

The couple will reside In ceiling moldings, but the pro- VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY wavs and chicken houses Training.! $2 per hr. Probable mo' lav-a-ways; never picked

their apartment on North Beach blem was solved with a removable MASTER Add Machines, with Phone 964-6911. Up n'ght shift with shift! dlffer- PAINTS AND I FOR RENT Furnished! apartments up cutomers! left area We are

Street in Daytona where Mr. cathedral type ceiling subtraction. SPECIAL. this en'ial.' Able to read.'write and Ala ho'i,'e for sale In rnabl" to locate: th"m. You can

Branch is employed as a tree which would facilitate later month only. $69.95. Ideal for FOR CARPENTER. cabinetmaker Jo elementary math. All comnnv cruntry. Small down payment. ,I I hav these machine for the

surgeon. restoration. A mural, done sev- home or light office work.- house maintenance E. "- benefits. Apply SouthernWood Paint Supplies W H. Nollman_tfchg balnnc of <67 each. Cash Or

eral years ago by students at Bradford County Telegraph tf L. Sever. The Candle Shop. U. Pre-erving Co., Baldwin. pay < !1 per" month. Phone:
PKY, depicting the early his- S 301. 2 mile S. FOR S LE-Large lot 110 ft.
ACTION COMMITTEE: Luwtev. Up Fin. 8 n.m. to 4 p.m. 3tchg 1.22 Jacksonville COLLECT 353-1946
of Melrose framed x 110 f'. 'ns'"e rite 1'mits." Ct'c'
The Melrose Action Committee tory was i ANYTIME. IfiOfi Main Street
and in the :3 I BR HOME Fort Sale. Starke ws' and elecMrltv Meal for
conducted a round table hung front hall. Largest selections from whichto FOR SALE-2 bedroom: traUer.! I r Jacksonville. Florida Will de-
discussion in the Melrose Pub- Mrs. Paley Boyd was in Only $100 dn. $84.90 a mo. Go Call 964-5749 or 9645826. h"ustrsll! ..r rr house. $R50. llv-- no obligation 4tchg 1'21!
choose Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco.
lic Library Tuesday night with charge of the renovation pro- north on 301 past new court- :3tchg 1-22 Phnn 0'win; tfchg

guest consultant, Mrs.A.Watta, ject with Mrs. Phil Kromer New Home & Universal. house turn left on Davis St. Purposes FOR S LE-Chicken fertilizer.
from the Palatka Neighborhood: attending to the financial REPAIR ALL MAKES. Go approx. 1 block house on FOR SALE -Wooden Venetian FOR SALE Larore corner lot -elivered and pread. Clean out
Center aspects. The members are left. We finance. No Red!! Tape. blinds good condition $1.00 110 ft, x HO fr. insMe' city limit .
supplying pertinent Information very Sewing i I Any type chicken hou.\!.'. Put
and advice. The pro- pleased with the results of Mr. Write: House For Sale P. O. each 98"-34"-38"-44". Inside: Intallatipn. 102 EAST *. Septic tank rood lawn. I|',I saw d"st back in hous W1]-
Burmbaugh's work and wishto Machine Box Mrs Renner Ph. shmbberv. rone'-'te slab!' clyTiat : '',
ject under discussion was a Co., 7337, Orlando or call <305 BROWNLEEFILAMENT 'i bur Prevatt' a-987.! 4tp 1-M
major under-taking and it remains express their appreciation. 4244963. 3tp 1.29 064-6279 tfchg ''r. <.j-rtrt-'t", .n"l <"us. Will
to be seen whether They had difficulty even get- 611 W University Ave. 37S-1SSS vnr 2nd roric'e. lab' for

not it can get off the ground.or ting anyone to bid on the job FOR SALE-Electric Steam Set. EUNICE NURSERY v,,,....., t-alts." *!_"n. 964- 1>J Antique. Lara Collection!

The Action Committee con- Mrs. Grollck said, and although List your rentals with me, residential Hair Dresser used twice. Will PTS'mmon. Pear a"d Plum Strapping Tape 1'1\10\ ,
sists of 25 members. "Everyone unforeseen expenses arose,Mr. or commercial. A. J. wll for $18. Call! 964-7117. Its trees. Satsuma and Kumquat ?." x 60 yards: $j.50: Single r are. V'e'Vall kinds We

who is willing to work Brumbaugh stayed with the original Thomas Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. O"namf'ntl'l< l hr"b"*, all types. roll. Bradford County Telegraph FOR RBVT F'r""-d 2 Btdt !I'v: tt T.atlf' Com out &

for the good of the people in estimate. TFC FOR SALE Black Poodle, 0 m1. nTt! of Lnwtey on Htway tf ")-m Ho-... 4W\ -s' J.'f?rson 1 i brews! .roin't GrtffUi! Old

and around Melrose is Invitedto male 11 months olJ. $35. Phon "01 turn nf i'gn phone 78'1465. ,. W! VTo"th.! Call M'lrose: 475- Trading Post, 24 miles North

our meetings," said Mrs. EIGHT BELOW! REMINGTON CASH REGIS- 064-7214.: Itp tfchg 1322. TFC !' rf Stark!! on 301. Ph !P64-7289.

Earnest Bartlett president. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bart- TER: total electrl::, slightly Southern Marine .1 tfchlfWATSON'S
lett flew to Chicago on New used. Coat new $420. Save $100. National Sewing TARGE LOTS or acreage for

GRADUATES Year's Day, where they attended Our sale price. $320.-Bradford Machine .ale In Green!! A"r.t! sub-divli-i" :Moved To Gainesville: THE BARGAIN CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Charles the wedding of their County Telegraph. tf l-n. Phone 164.3018 4tChT< 2-8 New NameGainesville US 301. So.-Starke I

grandaughter, Miss Sara SINGER Electric Sewing Machine
Gaboardi today; Charley for Tampa and Jeanetteleft where Bartlett, and Robert Birkhead, 606 Plnewood Drive Largest! selections from whichto WANTED-Ladv. 35 or 40 yrs. Marine *-9:93: OP. !-tou e of Vnctiumi'

Charley has become associatedwith whc are both seniors at North- For rent, adults preferred no choose, Pfaff. Necchi. Nelco 'f age for snack bar. Minimum8th ZIG ZAG Automatic 49.9J "T3ny: braW of new vacuum

the accounting firm of western University in the School inside pets. A. J.Thomas. Real- New Home tt Universal. ural rducat'on and nvist LYNN 1I.fJLTOSIGR.: : s3Qon: nu. Used machines from
This b' wlll'ng to work. A., In Ii lC..n."I l Sewing 1VU-
Ad 5pty
of Music. The tor 9645701. Worth $3.00 On Any i iP'rson Flc-fte (
Ernst & Ernst, where he will ceremony was Joh-j-n V-toi-a Cobra Boat? <10. Expert Repairs all malce!
at St'tckey's. Hwv. 301 | 'hle49.95Ele '
performed by Sara's father Purchase Repairs '
be a junior accountant. They or Prt and Accessories! for all
pastor of the Presbyterian FOR SALE 39 acres frame I North. 2tchg 1.22 Ma.-lne: Supplies !\ -Irlc (.a+" R"ng" Refrlrerator -
have leased an apartment which cuiims.. Bull In Central vaciiirni -
house with barn. Located 611 W. University Ave. 378-1333 .
Church State
at Hanover
Park. Mrs.
is just 15 minutes( from the firm. 1330 cleaning) systems. T12 M.
FOR SALE E. University! Ave.Gainesville n.t"
Bartlett, on her return Jan. 7 road No. 235. Phone Jackson. Select Northern Chenille l'e""r"I\I. -
Charley graduated from the I r Main Gainesville 37(.7I1()
remarked, "We experienced vllle 771-2917. Up bob white quail (breeders) Also FABRIC" n"."-rv Material.t'phd.t .
of F. on Dec. 20
along .
weather 8 rt..-oa below zero." Tennes ReJ, Tennessee -''. Miil-Hil. Mill
.with other young people who FOR SALE-Onion plants Tex- FOR \LE--Hwe and lot 93 Bloaci: and Button quail. E. R. WANTED TO BUY-2 Bedroom End: .,"--..., {'I(nth. PAYROLL FNVET.OPM
grew up in this area. Ray laB Sweet Granyos. x 215 ft. 517 North Orange St.
Phone 782-
Mathews ,, Bowers Rt. 1 Box 206 Branford unfurnished house. Gocd con| PI'GC-AH tM*.. nndfard County Tplfowna"
received his degree 3310. Phone !9645138.: Up; ,' .
itchg, FU. 32008.:! 8tchg 2-26- I d1t o:1.: Call 964-7337. TFP' TFchI Ph M4-83M.

PACE 14 TELEGKA.PH JAN. 15, 1970 .

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