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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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installed Chamber of motel and restaurant ownersis II I

Commerce President Mac slated in the near future. Y 18-year-old East Orange, I I
Baldwin set a campaign to sell Mutual goals of the Chamberand New Jersey woman, Mabel A. Approval ot any new

Bradford County, got his 1970- those businessmen will be Wong, was fatally injured Sat- Federal! funds for Brad- I

71 budget adopted, and named discussed. ruday, Feb. 7, when struckby ford school will again be
committee members as he presided Executive VicepresidentJohn a semi-truck as she
over his first meetingof Myers announced that .r< walked along US-301 just northof deferred by the U.S. De-

the Board of Governors last Board Member Les Grogan of .t the Lawtey city limits. partment of Health, Ed-

Thursday, Feb. 5. duPont, is in Alachua General Miss Wong was given emer- ucation, and Welfare ,

Baldwin also presented the Hospital after undergoing ser- gency treatment at Bradford Supt. Tom Casey has been

President's Plaque to outgoing ious surgery. Myers suggestedthat f County Hospital and was transferred notified.
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president, Mrs. Loyree LaNier, the attendance rules mightbe i ;flan to the University of
then blushed as the Governors suspended in Grogan's case. Florida Medical Center J-, Notification of the newest decision -

kidded him about performinghis The board so voted. she died. to defer new funds to

first Chamber duty as presi Baldwin also announced that The woman was Theresa Clem Bradford County came Tues-

dent. Mrs. LaNier, the Cham- this year the Chamber will sell on the outside edge of day to the superintendent's office -

ber's first woman president, exhibit spaces at Ute county; bound traffic lane, in a letter written by LeonE.

will service on the board as fair. Mrs. Lillian Pearson, the investigating Queen Panetta. director Office

immediate past president. Chamber secretary who handledthe Trooper K.G. for"Civil Rights Washington,

"Don't expect the same treat- booth sales last year for truck, driven by 1 Herbert Entry D.C.The
ment from me next year," another organization, will sell lin Gregory, 53, new ruling against the

President-Elect Bud Mizell them for the Chamber, he said. Ohio, was also county does not impair funds

warned as Baldwin kissed Mrs. Sponsors are needed for 23 on US-301. Clem the county is presently receiv-
LaNier! on the cheek. spaces, Baldwin said. lie reminded According to 17-year-old ing. The order will have little

The 170-71 Chamber budget 1 the businessmen they -IL truck was meeting of High the 1969 senior Homecom-and a effect for the present sinceno

totals $25,200, same amount as can sponsor a booth for an traffic and being new programs requiring
1 is one of eight
last year. Largest receipts are educational or civic organization passed unknown in the annual Straw- federal funds for implementation -
$7,361 In membership dues, for $30. driver stated he heard are contemplated in the
Queen Beauty Pageant
$6,000 from Bradford County, The new president also announced and pulled onto the 3 at the Bradford near future. Suet. Casev savs.

$4,500 from the City of Starke, that board meetingswill turn lane at the Fair.
Miss Clem is the The Board of'Public Instruction -
and $3,239 in salary reimbursements begin at 12:15: p.m. instead of SRS-125 and parked. Four"I of
,r+rtyW y Mr. and Mrs. Ed- has not met since Supt.
from the Bradford County of noon. The driver got
of Starke. HEW
Casey received the notification -
Development Authority and damage to the truck,
But Is called
Bradford County Fair Association back and found Miss a meeting
The towns of Hampton, Strawberry Queen 1"';''; ..>.",. ing on the shoulder of young ladies have en- for 5 p.m. today (Thurs-
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Lawtey, and Brooker contribute .,'I". .1'., Etheridge said. the contest to date, day, Feb. 12) for a bid open-
$150. CandidatesAre ..f.'l; ,,1 '; -yI The trooper said the to Mrs. Harry Gruen, ing. Tile matter will probablybe
are 15 girls who are presented to the Board at
Biggest portion of the bud- Still ScarceWith occurred at 7:30: p.m.
a go for the Straw- that ime, Supt. Casey said.
get expenditures, $14,432, goesto Survey team examines a city sewer port'alion representative from Jacksonville woman was title

salaries."Selling". The* Ffbruiry. JO deadline manhole at the Bradford County Civil extreme right Starke Street clothes.No The deferment action ROCS

Bradford County fast approaching for entrants Defense! Building to look for sludge, Supt. S. It. Hicks holds the manhole charges were Gruen urges that girls back to August 28, 1968 when
will be the objective of his accident which
in Bradford: County's sand, and dirt clogging the lines. In seeking the title Bradford County schools were
administration Baldwin told the feet north of the
Members of the held back by the talent notified by I HEW final approval
governors. As an example, annual Strawberry: Queen con. survey team were cover. Standing are Bradford CD Director limits at the of
test 'the Junior Woman's Club! Everett Johnson state CD disaster Frank She says entrants any application for new fed-
Baldwin said, he is looking Williams N. Fla. CD SRS-125, known as the aided In eral funds were to be deferred
into the possibility of obtaining committee sponsoring: the. coordinator (second from right), and Director Walter Miirphey and City burn Hood.Etheridge in that area.working out a pending an administrative pro-

j automobile window stick- "vf'nt reprts: a scarcity of conte H. A. hnngiotti, Department of Trans. (\MinHlmnnJimmy Uow(>-\. said Miss ceeding on Bradford's compli-
ers stating "I'm from Bradford 'tants. especially of the ance status with the Civil Rights
-- and Proud of It." "horns grown" variety.! Continued on Page Act of 1964.Attorney.

"You get a person to stick

that thought on his car and Mrs. Harry Omen committee Team .. George Pierce and

he'll think it," the new presi- chairman! Bali: there! have Surveys Supt.! Casey went'to Washingtonin

dent said. ben svsral entrants from November 1968 to the pro-

Baldwin also announced 1970- neighboring/ ; / counties, but only i ceeding before a HEW hearing

71 committee appointm3nts: one no far from Bradford. She examiner. In what Panetta's

Budget and Finance- Wayne urged local< girls to enter the ''f { S Feb. 9 letter terms "entry

Whlffen, chairman; Gus Kope- oitest; before the Fsoruary 20 1' of an Initial Decision by a

lousos and Bud Mlzell. Whlffen deadline.! Application blanks Rain DamageA Federal hearing examiner"
is a past president and new I Bradford schools were found
mAY bcMaln'!'d at t the Chamber
in compliance with Title VI
treasurer, Kopelousos is the of Commerce office -
1969-70 treasurer, and Mizell of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

Is presidentelect.Ways "conservative estimate" by Williams after he accom- ty, and a number of other [ and eligibility to receive federal -
and MeansMizell, The Queen contest; -will: bshelJ of damages to county and city panied a survey team over the northeast Florida counties,was 1 I > financial assistance for
: Fridnv. Apr. 3. rli'rlnpr theBra9f3rd roads after the Feb. 2 flood has and morn- activities
chairman; Buford Mitchell city county Tuesday made to investigate the possibility new was restored.
Maxie Carter Jr. County Fair. Contestant been placed at $50,000 to ing to assess damage done by that damages from the ,

Bradford Improvement Pro- )* will be .ludad! : on beauty, $75,000 by Bradford Civil Defense the six-inch rainfall on top heavy rains might qualify the p "9 I Then year later, on Nov.12,
Ijji,e. and talent: Director' Frank Williams. of saturated d I 1969 the
gramKopelousos, chairman; already ground. area for Federal disaster funds.It + office of HEW Secre-
Mizell Mrs. A. Russell Nor- That figure was arrived at The survey of Bradford Coun- would be the same type of I tary Robert Finch ordered the
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man, Bob Ferguson and Art nnn nOOn funds Bradford received In 1965 : hearing examiner's initial de-

Schulz. for damages caused by Hurricane !! cislon reversed. Bradford's

Advertising and Promotion- BHS Students AdministratorsMeet Dora, Williams says. ''.''.''.''-'"i4't .......... '..:',.. ;. :', compliance status was remanded -
John Myers, chamber manager: The two-man survey team t .1' to the hearing examiner for
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chairman, and Baldwin. was Everett Johnson, disaster tQtfs': it., 1:, determination of the programsof
The recent annual banquetwas coordinator for Florida Civil financial assistance to be

termed "one of our better In 'Information Session'A Defense offices now called the included in an order termina-
banquets, if not the best" by Department of Emergency Gov- BIP Award To St. Mark'sThis ting eligibility for Federal financial -

Governor Jimmy Peek presi- ernment, and R.A. Langlottl assistance.The !' .
dent of the Florida Bank at of of
the Jacksonville district
student If stu-
dozen Bradford High students a government month's BIP (Bradford Improvement Program
Starke. The Board was quizzedas dents don't participate." the State Department of Trans- compliance status of
met with school admin-
to its opinions of the ban- istrators Tuesday morning in Casey said the Tuesday morning Injured portation. Langlottl is also ) award goes to St. Mark's Episcopal Church Bradford's schools, therefore,

quet. One change suggested by a two-hour discussion of representation session at Bradford High authorized to act for the Federal for its just-completed painting and landscaping has remained in limbo for the

Myers and agreed to by the on the Student School with students selected by Office of Emergency Preparedness project at its site on Church Street. Presenting past year while the county'scase
Board is limited awards to two the administration was the first according to Williams. went back before the hear-
Council. In the award is Gus Kopelousos, new chairman of
WrecksSix
each for adults and two for The originated from ing examiner.
of a series planned to examine survey
Result of the initial meeting, the DIP Committee. Receiving on behalf of the
young adults. Board members Duval County when Mayor Hans
problems brought out by students -
voiced approval for recognition according to SuperintendentTom at the School Board meet- Tanzler requested Gov. Claude church are Kenneth Grider (center), St. :Mark's Panetta's Feb. 9 letter, with
Casey, was that the matter received minor
of the county outstanding young was turned over to members of ing Feb. 3 and any topics the injuries persons in two accidents reported Kirk to investigate the possi- Lay Reader, and Clyde Terwillegar, finance chair- in IIEW's part newest ruling, states
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people. the student government bodyto students wish to discuss. last week by the Florida bility of obtaining Federal aid man of the Improvement project. Joe Kistrunk is!

Also discussed was the pos- resolve. Any decision on The meeting resulted from Highway Patrol. for flood damages. Senior Warden of the church. "As there is a finding on
sibility of holding a luncheon Last Thursday Bradford Road
the matter will come from the the School Board's instructionsto Five persons in a 1964 Ford the record, after hearing, that
meeting to which the entire Foreman R.E. Jones and CD
meet with students to finda
students, the superintendent Indicated driven by Mary Palmer Van your district continues to maintain
Chamber would be
membership Director Williams met inJack-
noting "you can't have "logical way to examine the Syckel, 46, Starke received a dual system of racially
invited. Board members felt sonville with
representativesfrom
requests and reach a decision.
slight injuries when the car segregated schools
the luncheon might be a good the Office of Emergency Hess in noncom-
Casey termed the meeting an Property
collided with a 1966 Mack semi- pliance with Title VI of the
idea but they wanted to keep Preparedness, Federal Bureauof
"information session.
School Board truck and trailer 1.2 miles southof Civil Rights Act of 1964,
having the annual banquet at Roads, Small Business Ad- you
Only topic discussed at the
Starke on US-301 about 4 are again notified
night so the ladies will parti- To Assist With ministration, state civil defense that final
Tuesday was representation on
Driverof
Tuesday, Jan. 27. approval of
p.m.
cipate. Members wives would officials, and delegations from Easement Cost any application
Teacher Insurance the Student Council, Casey said. the car was charged withan filed with this Department for
not attend a business luncheon, Other topics will be coveredin improper change of lane. other area counties. At that financial assistance
to new
they felt. time the Tuesday morning sur- pro
additional meetings planned.
The car was traveling northIn grams and activities
President Baldwin announced The Bradford County School was set for Bradford for elementary -
Meeting with the students vey up
the left lane of the four-
that a meeting organize local Board will include funds in its were Casey, Asst. Supt Con- The truck County. The team went to Ala- Set At $3,500Cast Is orsecondary education
................... next budget for partial payment nie Clark, and Principal Ralph was laned also highway.traveling north big but chua County Tuesday afternoon. hereby ordered deferred"
of hospital insurance for tea- Counties involved In '
Diggs. School Board Member in the right lane. the sur- At the 1968 hearing in Washington -
: BasketballB. : chers. Charles Sawyer also sat in According to Florida Highway vey are Duval, Nassau Baker, : of condemning 50 feetof acros her property. D.C., Bradford school
The action was taken at the Bradford Alachua Last week tin area was flooded
Johns
St.
,
informally Supt. Casey said.
Patrolman R.W. Pace, Mrs. land for a drainage ditch in officials admitted that Anderson
: H. S. request of Gladys Thomas, In the 3 School Board Clay, and Marion. after! the heavy rainfall on
: Feb.
Van the
president of the Bradford Education Syckel was attempting a Hellbronn Springs section! Junior High in Lawtey and RJE
Any Federal funds for which Feb. 2. Fl2dat: backed up!
meeting about 150 Black stu- turn through the median cross- across the property: 'of Mrs. Elementary In Starke had all
Association, who said the area Is found to be qualified a w.de:: area. as they have
over
dents asked that all parties
vs.Baker. the over. She made a wide turn, Maude::! Wainwright Hess hasbeen black students and integrated
teachers would better
get a for, Williams says, will for years and flooJ3-i: : chicken
concerned effect solution to the
under the he said, and crossed partiallyInto < placed:: at $3,500. faculties. The local school officials -
rate
: Co. : plan. six following problems: the lane to come through the Office of houses owned by McCarthy that these
prior
Board member Charles Saw- right That is .he f.'zure! of the appraUei argued are
J 1) Representation of Black Emergency Preparedness aftera drowning about 15,000 eljht-
making the turn. neighborhood schools and that
value cf tho land and
: Fri.. Feb. 13miS : : yer suggested that BEA check students on the Student Coun- Presidential Declaration is eek-old fryers. McCarthy
The truck then changed to the the people there deserve a
with other school in legal fees which would ba Involved
systems, issued the
stating is the
cil. left lane and the car turned back area a blamed the high! water on school.
: Gym : the meantime, to compare their 2)) Representation of Black across! the left lane and the disaster area. submitted t:> the Boardof drainage! ditch being! stepped:
plans with the under consi- County Commission
one The team told : by
survey was by
: Final Home Game : deration here. students 3) Initiation on cheerleading of Black studies teams. collision traveled occurred.about Both 334: feet vehicles Road Foreman R.E, Jones that County Attorney T. A. Yaun. up.Condemnation: proceeding for ford Federal schools aid coming to Brad-
School Supt. Tom Casey said Bradford has A letter went to the boar:! amounts now to
County total
a
: This Space Contributed the cost to the board will be required for all students. from point of Impact to rest. an easement across the Hess about 3120,000. The largest
: : of 321 miles of roads members this week, but they
4) Removal of all racist text- damagedby ben
:?
have nn Yet:
Damage to the car was esti- property portion, $80,000
about$5 teacher comes under
Weekly to Publicize per per month. excessive have not since.
met
water, Williams
books, meaning those not including Commission. !
mate at $400 and to the truckat started( by the County the Elementary and
:Community Events by: Casey reported receipt of a contributions of Amer- says. It is estimated it will The drainage ditch in question however Secondary
$300. The Board, Education Act and main-
deed
to the old courthouse from goes
icans of African Heritage. cost up to $1,000 per mileto runs from the Peach: Crawford
the County Commission. The Passengers In the car were authorized the county attorns/ ly to pay the salaries of certain
restore some of the roadsto Real to Water Oak Creek
5) Conducting in-service
Herbert and Clarence Van Syc- to have the property appraUJl school
personnel.
The board asked the superintendentto Another
: CommunityState : training for teachers directed good condition.The It runs behind the property of
request the Commission not kel. both 14 years old; !Mary' in preparation! for condemnation $40,000 is Federal Impact
Bank toward those instructors who Lee Davis 27, and Elmer Davis team spent about three Harvey McCarthy and behind Funds paid to
: : to sell the seats in the old hours touring the proceedings. school districts
practice racial discriminationin county, primarily Bill Reddlsh's Store.
courtroom, since they are still 5. in the Hampton Law- Yawn hal: the appraisal! made attended by children of Federal
the classroom. The ditch been cleanedout
: Accounts now injured : serving a worthwhile purpose. An eight-year-old girl was tey, and Brooker has on a trip 13 feet wide on one employee
6) Provide bus areas. There !
to $20,000 by Over ISO students attended the transportation at the wheel of a 1962 Ford and deepened to a point side of the creek and 33 feet on
up was little
for Black students in the Reno very damage in the but work has been halted 00'
truck in accident none or funds
an tnese
Sunday,
Federal School Board meeting last week, Brooker the ether. He added all other presently -
: area, Williams
Deposit Insure area who experience hardshipIn Jan. 25 said. cause Mrs. Hess and the county being received
and could not have been ac- on the Carl Johns At H a.m. the costa of( the cult: and! cam up Supt. Casey
ance Corp. getting to school in incle- group survey the will be
cannot came to terms on .' anda says affected by the
minimum of $
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f Junior Club \, --- Miss Cheryl McRae ,.-- Farewell Party

Of" Interest To. .' Has Fine Arts Weds Mr. GnannIn 4b For Mrs. Miles

Program Topic Hope ChurchMiss b At State FarmMr.


WOMEN The February meeting of the Cheryl Lynn McRa. and Mrs. J. R. Reddish: :
Starke Junior Woman's Club daughter of Mr.and: Mrs. Julian entertained' at a farewell dinner
was held Monday night, Feb. 2. + t eS E. McRae andl Richard: :: party Saturday night: at their
at the club house with Mrs. Hen Gnann, son of Mr. and :home at ,the State Farm for
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Bill Chambers presiding.The Mrs James A. Gnann of Ther- Mrs. E. F. Miles.
Fine Arts I nJejartment essa repeated nuptial vows I +- The honoree, who has been

Shower Given was In charge: of the program. Thursday Jan. 29, at 7 p.m. .employed with Leila's Dress
Bride
For Carolyn MengAt Miss Rosie Kight Becomes Mrs. Alban E. Brooke: district In HopI! Baptist: Church Ther- Shop for 23 years, is moving to

Of James McCarthy In Church RitesMiss four director, gave an orientation > essa. Rev. Murray Tuetom ofGainesvm Valdosta Ga. on March 1,
Weldon HomeMiss for( new members. The cousin of the 'where she will reside with hereon
Membersh'p Chairman Mrs. and daufhtsr-ln-law: Mr.
Rosie E. Kight and groom, performed the ceremony
Carolyn Men;. whose James R. McCarthy repeated Duane Dykes> Rave the club : In the presence of the and Mrs. BUy Miles and work)
marriage to Thsron::! Hunter flower and:! membership certificates couple's parents. N, In the Valdosta Rehabilitation;
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nuptial vows Saturday. Feb. ,
event of Feb. 28, to those attending.A Nursing Home where Mr. Mites
wi'l b! an at 7:30: p.m. In the Hellbronn; The .bride wore a white A-linc,
was honors! at a miscellaneous Baptist Church with Rev Valentine motif was used ;bonded crepe street length is administrator.A I
shower Wednesday night cf last Tommy Howe performing; the In the sun room where refresh dress with which she wore a Valentine theme was carried ',
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week at the home of Mrs. double-ring candlelight service. ments were> aerved. On display YoungbloodKennanEngagement yellow thrcated orchid corsage j out in the party ''oecora'I',
Gladys Weldon given by the The bride is the daughter of were several pieces! of handicrafts She also ,wore a whit lace tioiu using hearts, cupids and e
ladles:: of St. Edward's Altar Mrs. Tcbie: O'Neal of Starke the members had made. Told mantilla veil. Mrs Slade Named red roses. The buffet table was
Hostesses Mrs. Elzle centered with two red candles
Society. and: John B. Kight of Green were After a short wedding trip to
Centering the refreshmenttable Cove Springs. The grcom Is Sanders Mrs. Jimmy Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Young- South Florida, the couple, will Valentine QueenMrs. in silver holders and centeringthe
which was covered with the son of Mr. and Mrs. James lied Mrs. Arnold Grlggs. blood of Hampton announce reside at the Whitehead: homeon three dining tables, were
an Imparted cutwork cloth. H. McCarthy of Heilbronn 'the engagement' of their daughter Crystal Lake. C. W. Slade has been Slngl roses in bud vases.
Was an arrangement of red Springs. r \ Linda Elaine, to George The brie:::' Is a 1968 graduate selected as the 1970 Valentine Guests included employees of

roses. Centering the altar was a. r\/'t UDC Members Anthony Kennan Jr.. son of of BHS and Weaver Airline personnel Queen! of Gamma Theta Chapter Leila, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy,
Games with prizes were en- golden' arch candelabra with a Ap. Meet At HomeOf Mr. and Mrs. George Anthony school In Kansas City, Beta Sigma Phi. the former owner.
Joyed by the 23 guests who Included large fern tree and clusters of Kennan Sr. of Waldo. Mo. She Is employed with First She has been an active! member The hosts presented the lion-
Mrs. Paul Meng of fern in the background. On Mrs. Powell Miss Youngblood 1* la senior Federal: Savings & Loan in : of the sorority for five oree with a small memento
Hampton mother of the honoree each side were standing golden .t BHS and also attends the Starke. Mr. Gnann Is also a years, and also served as the the occasion. otj:
and Mrs. A. H. Lagasse of :baskets holding white gladioli: w.T. Weeks chapter. UDC Vocational Technical Center In 1968 graduate of BHS and Is 1965 Valentine Queen. Mrs Linda Johns assisted in
Keystone Heights, mother of mums, blue and white pom met at the home of the presi- Starke where she I is* taking a employed with Hanburry & Mrs. Slat's Is the former serving. r

the bridegroom-elect. poms. Large white satin! bows dent, Mrs. L.G. Powell, Wed- course in clerical training. Dickinson Mechanical contractor Bren'a Lslt: daughter of Mr. -.--
.with fern marked family pews. 4 nesday afternoon of last week Mr. Kennin graduated from In Games vile. and Mrs. P. H. Lett of Hampton flclnl} baby novelty arrange,
Ray Norman pianist provided : with Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. Gainesville High School and) 13 and Is dental assistant In meet '
Gail Boatwright n program of nuptial music. and Mrs. C.A. Knight as co- serving in the Air Force. McCarthyKightRehearsal the office of Dr. O. L. Haynes Games with prizes were en.'

Honored At ShowerIn Tommy Gasclns! attended as hostesses. Wedding: plans will be announcetl Joved ->v the 25 guests :
best man. Ushers were PichaI'diSapp lIri" I Mrs. Powell announced that later SupperThe Jr.Mrs. The ho,sswl presented the:
Keystone Hts. the District Two meeting will Jimmy SmithComplimented
and Wayne McCarthy
honor* with '
brother of sister of the bride attended :as be held in Jacksonville Feb. 26 --- Pecan Room of the Oar- a the McCarthy
Terry
grcom.
ed with baby accessories.
Miss Gall Boatwright and also a brother) of the flower girl, attired! in an aqua and all members planning toat- visited son den Restaurant was the getting!
M.M. McRae Cn"tes were given to thehnnnr.e. .
Tommy Thomas will be unitedin : groom, was: ring-bjarer.! velvet gown accented by white! tend may make reservationswith for a supper party FrIday::! night At Stork ShowerThe
Murry, at FSU over the week- an-T her mother
Mrs.
marriage Saturday Feb. 14. Miss Carol KUht attendedher :: dairies with covered: buttons. Miss Madge MIddleton. given by Mr. and) Mrs. Harvey '
end. Charles Crews
at 8 p.m. !In Calvary Baptist sister as mnld of honor. The bride given In marriage Mrs. H.L. Speer gave a report McCarthy honoring their son. Colonial Florist showroom Walla and to Mrs.
Church with a reception'::! following She floor of by her father, wore a floor on the financial condition and Richard and his fiancee Miss setting for a Lipsey.
wore a length gown Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- was the Mrs.
Ben Dixon >
stated that the Internal Reve- assisted r lnrervlnar.
of the Madison length A-llne cf pure Hosle KI ht. following (the cou-
In the annex medium blue wedding satin fawn: son attended the funeral of Mr. stork shower last Thursday .
nue report had been made.Mrs.
Church. All white wedding satin with! bell- wedding rehearsal.
Baptist ple's
Street
made In the same style as a Speer also read letter from Crowson's brother-in-law, night honoring' Mrs. Jimmy ""'
friends end: relatives are Invited wedding gown. Her long bell. shaped long sleeves made from Mrs. Elzey Sanders a regardinga W.W. Sellers, in Burlington, Follow'ng the supper the honored : Smith. Hostesses were Mrs Mrs. :MackW'Illiamsisspend-;;

to attend.: shaped sleeves were of harms Imported white' Alencon laco history of Bradford Countyand ; N.C. last Friday morning.Whilein couple presented attend. Donald Bagwell and Mrs. Johnny ing several weeks with :\11'. :
Boatwright honored with satin covered buttons. Her ants with personal g'fi-s.
Miss was nized chiffon bordered by blue nearby towns. Burlington the Crowsonswere Johnson. and Mrs. Williams Jr.and fam-
at a bridal: shower Saturday: satin trim and accented: with: tiered veil of flawing white Miss MIddleton, registrar, guests of Mrs. Sellers The 18 guests Included: members The refreshment table :was ily in Pensacola while :Mrs
nIght given by the ladies! of pearl buttons on the back. Her tulle was sarurel: : to a flower reported that three applications from Thursday: to Saturday. of the wedding party and covered with a white satin Williams< Jr. is convalescingfrom
Calvary Baptist: Church. The shoulder length tulle veil. was bordered with pearls and se for membership were ready to relatives cloth and centered an artl- surgery.
party: was hell at the home of secured to large bows) of matchIng :: qulns. She carried a crescent be mailed and two others are
Mrs.: Curtis Reamjs in Key blue wedding satin. she bouquet of white feathered carnations In the process. The president OPEN SIX FULL DAYS -- and SUNDAY AFTERNOONS! !
and
stone Heights carried a nosegay cascade of white satin puffs requested Mrs. Knight to makea Spectacular S. mlAnnualSupr
The refreshment table was Ivy with a large orchid In the
blue and white pompoms: and report for the W.T. Weeks 1Sal.
covered with! a wits! linen white carnations with blue center.A Chapter at the District meet- Saving
clcth and! centered with an arrangement satin! streamers. reception was held at 'the ing. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid reported !. Iv nt ftsRpAR
of red roses. Miss Winnie Hi dman! attend. :McCarthy home where standing'! ; on the boxwood hedge at \
Games were played during ed as bridesmaid, wearing a 'gold! baskets!' of white gladioli, the confederate Memorial In D
the evening and prizes award gown and headpiece Identicalto mums! and blue and! white pom. Crosby Cemetery. -

ed. that of the honor attendant.She pm formed the backgroundfor During the historical pro- STORES r '
Among the- guests were Mrs. carrlcJ a nosegay of blue the bride's table gram, Mrs. W.H.! Nollman gave Off MOMENT S
Clinton Boatwrljht. mother of and white pompoms and:: white Keith Reddish greeted tniesfs! incidents in the life of Sidney 0
the honoree, and:! Mrs. W. D. carnations with blue satin .at the door and:! introduced Lanier and read from his poem, ..
Thomas mother of the bride ftreamers. them to the brlds! and gro')m. "The Ballad of the Trees". THURS ."
groom elect. Little Miss Addle Hammon their parents and attendantswho Mrs. Knight reviewed two recent ail
stood In the rece'vlr line. books by Poe and Paul
FRI
The bride's table was covered Jordon. :

THURS.FRI.SATDISCOUNT "with a lace cloth an3 centered: SAT. .
with a three-tiered wedding'!
cake topped with a miniature Duplicate Bridge SENSATIONAL PURCHASE i
\IrA bride and groom under an arch SUN.
LADIES LINEN-LOOK
of rosss, ivy and wedd'n bells. Winners NamedThe
SPECIALS Around the cak was a garland
of fern and blue and white Starke Duplicate Bridge \
pompoms. Miss Patricia! Weldon Club had 4'i! tables In play at PRINT '
cousin of the groom cut the Pratt Street Recreation __ .. \;
the bride's cake. Center Tuesday ntsht.' A one- 618fASTBACK i
5
Mrs. Diane Cockerham kept winner type Hcwell movementwas BOYS
the bride's ,book. used! and the results were: SlAX PANTS 5'r' :
fr .. e# tt The punch table .was centered First. Mrs. Edward Burns and

with a crystal punch bowl Mrs. Martha Moore, 31'.i pts.
p. L S aI encircle:! with: frn and white Second, la tie between Jud Clements $ Our Reg :
pompoms. Miss Nlta FloYd and Mrs. Joe Wilson, Compare 2 $

sister of the bride, prglded at and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter. at 3.99 $2.99 2 .
'the punch bowl wills sar Jr.. 25 4 pts. Third, %
9 Assisting! In serving were Mrs Mrs. M. A. Baldwn! Jr. and:: ,fastback stylmg 'i '
Barbara. Ledger, sister of the Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. 25 pts. Trim Tapered. '00"'n. Available, ,'n New Stovepipe Leg styling 8 :
bride! Mrs Vincent Smith. Mrs. There will be an American .erm press'Poly whiskey, Sizes' Regular tailored to perfection. Choose from ;
Mildred: HIndman, and:: Mrs. Contract Bridge League Tournament blue,green 6- 16, various conversational prints and i
George White. : Tuesday! night. F'b. 24, 818. Slim S latest fashion, shades Rich Linen, :
After for ACBL members PRESS Look" Rayon Weaves.RT : 8-16
a wedding trip to South only Bridge PERMANENTSHIRTS
Florida, the couple will resideat players are invited to Join the BOY 5 L' I
318 Lake Street Starke. League and play in the tourna SPO '
The bride traveled In an A- ment. Our Reg. *!.'' .

line Navy blue and: beige soft The Duplicate Bridge Clu'j 0' long $ STRETCH TOPS I''
ended knit dress with tailored! meets every Tuesday:! night at Choice, 01 nth, short stand uP. but v Newest SprangStyles8ton
45-PC. MELAMINE long sleeves and Navy blue ac 7:45 in the Recreation Center. sleeves down 5 regular cniisoi. 3 Colon, 'in long & Short $'
'for 2
cessories.! She (wore the orchid polyester 8 Colton o.le. sleeves. Solids tistup 3
corsage from DKG OS & oatlems. Sues es in Jewel Turtle &
her
DINNERWARE brWel bou MeetingIn Mockturtle Necks win. for
quet. back Nylon Zippers.,
The bride! Is a gradual of Lake ButlerAlpha Textured Nylon.S-M-L. Reg St.991st

3 popular patterns that are safe in BHS. attended a secretarial
dishwashers & cups :are stain re- $1 1088 ,business! school through' the Nu chapter of Delta KODAK
sistant. Geniune Melamine has a 2 CUTye.Irwarrantyagainstbreaking.chip. Santa Fe Jun'or Coltire." sad Kappa Gamma, International F
TO has been employed with the honor society for women educators QUALITY
ping & cracking. State as a secretary for Farm met at 7:30: p.m. Friday, POLAROIDA CX1Z6 Color $1 1 I
Labor Department;! through Feb. 6, In the Recreation Canter e
the Gainesville branch office. at Lakeside Park, Lake C
YOUR '
r The grom J3 a graduate of Butler. LADIESPANTIES' 1
BHS. a member of the Florida The program featured a speaker .

CHOICE National Guad, and Is employ Mrs, Manette Sweat, who at SI ea
ed at the Federal Combined shared her experiences as a Rag.

SALE Support Maintenance Shcp, teacher of the Navajo and Hopi 4 pr. for $11st
Camp Blanking:: as a mechanic. Indians. She, along with other
'teachers, lived with the Indians '\ -
t I QUALITY I
t and! directed the organization
Mrs. Ruth Griggs and summer session! of

'I Ir Honored At ShowerAt a kindergarten' for them. NYLONHOSE
r 1 / The refreshment table, over
State FarmThe laid with a while linen cloth, PILLOWS *5
was centered? with a large sty.rofoam SHREDDED FOAM
J Employee's Club at the heart with figures madeof Free Washable OdorleSs'Our 21"lIeg.27. .99 2 for
State Prison: was the setting apples and. red hearts arranged Allergy
for a miscellaneous shower on It. $ '
48 QT. PLASTIC 20 GAL PLASTIC Tuesday night, Feb. 3, honoringMrs. The president! Mrs. W. H. AY NYLON STRETCH PANTS
Ruth O. Grins of the Hart conducted the business 2-W Knit Assorted Colors $3.99 31'pCI"ent
Reg. r
Our
SWINGTOP TRASH CAN State Farm.Hostesses. meeting. Cease.Douhle
'Were Mrs. H. O. Refreshments were served by 8 to 16.
Tough Plastic waste can in Durable heavy rib plastic '
newest decorator colors. Limit trashcan with lock lid & Bates III. Mrs. E. Bryan Erwin members from Union County', SHIRTS 5 FLADItt 1st QUALITY NEW SPRINGFABRICS
one handles. Mrs. J. R. Reddish. Mrs. James Members attending from MIW NO-'ROII ,

Barron and] Mrs. Sally Wl lte- Starke were Mrs. Hart, Mrs. P. Patterns Many Collar st199- 2.29 gfor ..
& &
-
Ihead. The honoree was presented T. Noun Mrs. Warren Win. Solid Colors Our "119. '
: with a silver vegetable' kler. Mrs. Marion Payne, Mrs. 32 to 38.
( A Fabulous Purchase
Special
) nJ; 1l dish as a memento of the oc L. A. Canova, Mrs. John Mitchell ir1sSIOVepipeSlackl NOW 2 FOR 3 '
,11, casion. Mrs. R. R. Andrews!
f/l VliJi. Among' the guests' were Mrs. Mrs. T. H. Shephard, and Mrs. 0" ( 01100-5." I.oly. n our reg.
I Grlgg's mother, Mrs. Sara Garrett Larry Gibson. ; REG. 1.99
.
l
of Malone, and Mrs. 69< yd.

LIGHT BULBS CANNISTER SET Grlgg's sister, Mrs. Francis 'S.ORT SHIRTS $1$2' sellersUTILITY
Mathews also of Malone. .Beta Sigma Phi ", INS KNIT ; ... 2yds.t
,Last. uuto5t.mui I 4 jolcirfu bins of Solids 6Our
longur than ordi- w "n''ht 'jo The"fireplace and:: mantle Hears Yawn Ensue Stock-Long" Sleeve Re9.13..
nary lump40.- 14o ..ethat ntuft.in rovolvoon $288RADIO the clubhouse were banked Judge 5 & L. t tMtMS
60-W.'U Silos 75.ft, dVn'10O>- E.ich ot G colorfully with pyracantha and white SOCKS CHOOSE FROM:
nhl" pron",,,. mums interspersed with red Judge T. A. Yawn was guest COTTON $1
Speaker at ,the Beta Sigma Phi v0: SPORTSWEAR FABRIC
and white hearts suspendedfrom 4 f
red ribbons. The red and sorority meeting Monday' night 1st QualltY.A"kletS or for'$1 15& 4 for $1.15 100. Cotton Duck in many assorted solid
white motif was further carriedout At the home of M-s. Arthur to 13. Our Reg. 3 colors to choose from; 45' Wide,,

in the decorations on the Patray. Mrs. Lou Chaff was co- SHOES PRINTED COTTON DUCK
} table where gifts were displayed : hostess. LADIES CANVAS TENNIS $1 Assortedpnnts lemon y colors 100". pnnt.MINS.aOYS .
\= = and on the refreshment Judge Yawn talked on traffic uwerl.Cushloned In- Our\eg.! $ ed cotton duck 45' Wida.
=- table. The latter was covered: safety presenting statlst'cs of Vinyl UtotCT.Soles.Canvas White. black. Lilttt blue. COTTON-POLY BLENDDressmakers
-= deaths and injuries sustained
with a floor-length white cloth ,
fabric
in primed Cotton &
50PC.FLATWARE topped by a red lace' cloth. The! In automobile accidents, both BASK tTBALL SHOES S 2 Polyester .'""0 Assorted Prints.' 45 Wide.,
table was centered with a red national and state-wife and soles,
Stnmiosnflntwart* never steel __ and white bird cage and at pointed out that everyone Cut.Cushioned I Insole.Suetlon to 12. Black and Our Reg. $2.59F
rust or titrnifthSttrvic $7 77 REG either end silver compotes held needs to have more careful attitudes Low. to'a
Inv Bin 'ROOM
%
e httmiiiful 'ns, $11.R8 assorted nuts and: mints. Silver toward driving.! He explained white. SIZE RUGS '
""","", NOW $888 'trays held decorated squares the different penalties Rntuliir *t? 88 ,issorted Ittetdsr.iynn
and a large heart-ehaped cake, for traffic offenses. ft nylon Thick foiini back no padding needed

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and Mrs.II.M.
Mrs. J.R. Kite
g Richarde: visited Dr. and Mrs.

P0&fi/e 5/au K';; ?::. J the.M.weekend.Hembree in Cocoa over F- 7 pun's.' .d)


' :3:: Mr. and Mrs.Foster Shi Smith
\ tj: were in Tampa on business over ."" is flash

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r
Bobby Lappe Is confined: to Mrs. Jimmy Hall and daugh- HALF PRICE CLEARANCE tiJ ,
1 Alachua: General Hospital with ters of Gainesville were visit- NOW! AT LEILA'S v I
3 a broken leg received: in a ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
} fall at home. M.A. Baldwin Jr., from Thursday v at l 1
to Tuesday. Mrs. O.H. Thomas of Gainesville I
was a Sunday guest of
r Mr. and Mrs. David Dyalof Mrs. Eve Baldwin.
Fort Myers spent the weekend HALF PRICE CLEARANCENOW
with Mr. and Mrs. Nate LEILA'SDr.
t AT
Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wig
i gins and son, Andy, spent the Ina '
3 Mrs. W.B. Sewell arrived D.W. Whiffen gave a lec- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. JNew
.. home last Friday after several ture at the Northeast Op One Wiggins.
. months visit with friends and tometric Association meetingin rlr.
relatives in Louisiana and Jacksonville Monday nightof V
J Georgia. She is spending this last week at the Carriage HALE PRICE CLEARANCE e CHEVROLET WAGONDesigned
..j 3 week with Mrs. K.G. Duncan.: House. NOW! AT LEILA'S

. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hudson -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnhamand

e CALF PRICE CLEARANCE of Atlanta spent the week- family! are moving Brew- .. ::;.1.IEri. :. .-,..,.<,.( for Comfort and Safety
NOW! AT LEILA'S end with her mother, Mrs. ton, Ala, this weekend where
f Nelson Green, and family. Mr. Burnham has been trans- One of 4 tallies' at Duplicate Bridge meeting Tuesday I

, Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin ferred, with a promotion, by night. L-R Mrs. Edward Burns, Airs. Ruth Broadway -
Mi3. Guy Sale and Mrs. W.B. Carps. Compare the waik-m WAGONS TODAYGET
I. Mundy spent Sunday to Tuesday attended the retirement cere- : Mrs. Martha Moore and Mrs. Ruby Johns.
''f f with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gill- mony for Brig. General CharlesJ. Mrs. Kate Sheppard will spend ment.
ingham in Tampa and attended Kaniss at the The armory Griffins in the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Duplicate BridgeTournament All brlftpe players'! are urgedto ALL OF CHEVROLET'S PLUS BIG FAMILY SIZE- t
Tampa on Sunday. !M.H. Sheppard in Brunswick, .
a the Gasparilla. take> Advantage of this special
also visited relatives in Lake- Ga. Set CARGO SPACE
FEATURES
offering as well as the iLEl SAFETY
:Miss Linda Colson of Ocala land on Saturday. For February 24 weekly rating point Barnes hell WALK-IN EASE
spent the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Green each Tuesday evening. Play
ti parents Mr. and Mrs. ThomasF. HALF PRICE CLEARANCENOW visited Mrs. Bertie McDonaldat The Starke Duplicate Bridge begins at 7:45: p.m. and all that "': SATIN SMOOTH RIDE
. Colson. Miss Colson attends AT LEILA'S the Convalescent Center In Club announces the scheduling is required !is some knowledgeof .
1 Central Florida Jr. College in ,
Gainesville on Tuesday.
of a special annual tournamentto everyday bridge. .
Ocala. Misses Candy Woodburn and be held Tuesday evening Lesson sessions are conflicted : ... .'; .;t. I
el Teresa DeAngells of Gaines- Local admittances to Bradford Feb. 24. In the Pratt Street Recreation at 7:15 prior to every game. .. y -, .
Mr. and Mrs.: H.L. Tolbertof ville were visiting Mr. and County Hospital this week Center. It will b! a Hands of the previous week ", ::J .7ir'- -::
Lake City were Sunday overnight :Mrs. N.L. Woodburn over the were: 'Lonzy!: Rhoden, David one session Oven): Pair event are usually d'scussed. as well 'r \ '
9 guests of their son-in-law Cooper, D.T. Knight Charlie ; '
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. weekend. with section rntinsr. and Is open )) as various question on bidding ,
i. Milliard, William F. Oster,
I., David Montgomery. Mrs. Zeila Johns, Mrs. Emma: to all bridge: play! :rs and play. 1\" {
Mrs. Irene Johns of Green The spsc'al] tournament: allows Individuals! In need: of a partner I
Cove Springs and Mrs. L,. ). Majbell Harris, Roy Wade ( for the Isuanc8 of h'nh are urged:! to call the Pratt ;
HALF PRICE CLEARANCE Jackson, Russell S. McRae,
::1 Green visited Mrs. Blanche .
: Street between
Recreation Center
mutepr.t: awnrds plus the 7
LEILA'SMr. Lloyd Bryan Sr., Mrs. Mar- v
NOW! AT
Williams in the Macclenny Rest '
: :
7:15 and 7:45 on
overpllw'nnjrt! wIll receive two : : p.m.
garet S. Thomas and CharlesF. r
Home Monday. beautiful trophies! ft n'shed by Tuesday evenings or call John '
Rowe, Starke; Mrs. BessieM. t
. : and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Crews, Wally Crews, Mel- the Starke Recreation Depart- Mussoltne at 473-4383 any day. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards ,
- em visited their son and daugh .
rose Mrs. Minnie Granger, --- :
Jr and family attended the ; -------------- (
. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralford S, Johns, and Mrs. '
State Fair in Tampa last week. Bradford Student'
q raymond Stefanelll, in Ocalaon : Josephine Vlckery, Lake But- Social Security

Sunday and attended the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomasand ler; Wesley Harris, Maxville; Named To 'Who's Number NeededOn \
christening of their grandson, r
William P. Wilson, Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. James Mc-
Paul Angelo, two months old. : Who' At SJRJC
Neely and daughter of Lake City Heights; Sheila Southerland Tax'ReturnsSome
Lawtey.; Randal S. Glisson,
spent the weekend at their campin :
Dr. and Mrs. D.\V. Whiffen the Scrub. Hampton. One student: from Stark! and:: Florida make
attended the North three from Keystone Height taxpayers
Central Flo-
payments that cannot be properly See and Buy YOUR
wore:! among 26 out'Mndlni
rida Optometric: Associationin HALF PRICE CLEARANCE HALF PRICE CLEARANCENOW credited to their account,
Santa Fe Junior College students
Gainesville last Wednesday. NOW! AT LEILA'S AT LEILA'S named b "Who's Who according ell. Jr., District to Mr A.J.Director O'Don-of DEALER WALK-IN WAGON TODAY!

Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn Among Student In American! Internal Revenue for Florida.
and daughters and :Mr.and Mrs. Junior Collegesnccoring: to This happens when a paymentis IMPRINT
Services J.G. Caldwell attended the Ring- Vice Preyl-'snt ClUfsrd R. Ls received without an accompanying SWEEPIN'THESOUTH
Special ling Bros circus Wednesday Blanc: form or notice or becomes RE
night of last week. Dr. LeBlanc Bald! stuents:! separated from Identify E '
were selected !n the bas's' of ing documents. vJ+ SOUTH IN THt 70i

SMYRNA MISSIONARY Mrs. Charney Williams and schshrsh'p.: baders'Mp! ] cltlzn. Payments that IRS can't identify \ Z
Mrs. Vernon Crosby attendedthe ship, service t3; the sh:: o1. ?nd are put in a special account -

BAPTIST CHURCHREV. funeral of their father. promise for future ccan-lbu: : until proper identificationcan COMPETITION'' we don't meet it, WE BEAT IT!
Ralph Cooper, in Morehead, Ky. tons: tD: soslety.: be made, O'Donnell said. ..
on Jan. 27. Named frcm Sfnrk was This necessarily delays actionon -
.
Theron A, Yawn nnd frcm Kjy that account.To --- -
JOHN W. ELLIOTT Dr. Barney McRae of Lake stone Heights! were Mrs. Dorothy avoid such identification
MISSioNARY TO IHIAZIL City; visited Mr. and Mrs. Mc- M. Jhnson, Daryl H, problems, O'Donnell asked tax-
Rae Sr. on Sunday. Johnstcn, and Malcolm W. payers to put their Social Security on agood
Johnston.Dr. number on their check
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and LeBIanc noted that the or money order It will also avtBK used
Will Be Guest SpeakerOn Mrs. Henry, Godwin attendedthe stufen&s: w'll receive certlfl'ontes be helpful to note the type
district executive board of recsgnlt'nn: anal;! b, afforded of tax and period covered by
Feb. 19 & 20 meeting of the Wesleyan Ser- the use of the publica the paj ment.
vice Guild at Wesley United tlon's Student Placement Service O'Donnell said money order
Each Service Will Start at 701':! M. Church in Gainesville Sunday In seeking! employment, stubs or cancelled checks
afternoon. should be kept in case you
scholarships! or admission: to

EVERYONE INVITED HALF PRICE CLEARANCE other institutions: are--,requested..----- ,to- ..verify- .-,-a,.payment -,-- 1966 PlymouthSatellite I. 1969 Chevrolet

NOW! AT LEILA'S }
.tt:. it's a woman's fashions: > : mean maxibu-siness: to Door Impala., Factory Air
'.' them.In ., :-1l iS3 In V-S. Tor- Steering. LowMileage.
Also Harry Weber underwent ';: fact, hosiery! manufacturers quellite Tmn.mission.. PowerSteering Condition Power
SingingRev. "
Special surgery Tuesday in Alachua 't1IJfff may oxen get the blameor nafli Healer. Bucket : / Itnlanoe of Factory
General AutomaticTransmission.
Hospital. V-S.
I Warranty
( credit ) for the shortest() Seat.
skirts> in history. After nil, if Two Tone )Paint.
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson
spent Thursday to Sunday vis- by MARY LEE they hadn't developed |pantyhose -
A. G. Flynn Pastor
iting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar What industry i N> more enthusiastic \! that made the most of $1495 $2595

Church Located at :Myrtle & Pratt Sts. and family in Panama City, about miniskirts loiiK-stemmed! ) American limbs! ,
and Mr. and Mrs.Charles Law- than the most avid jrirl- skirts> simply couldn't have\! I
son and Mr. and Mrs. CII. watchers? Hosiery manufacturers shrunk to such slight l proporlions. !'
Register in Tallahassee. .
> of course-particularly
the makers of hose :\1 ini- Hut it's interesting! to note
pant; } 1968 ChevroletImpala. 1965 Chevrolet
- - -- that it was men who first! wore
- - >
--- ---- ---
hose.! \! Back about 50 B.C. when I
f ON ALL 1 HALF PRICE CLEARANCE the\! Romans! went to Gaul they 2 Door Hard Top Y8.Automatic impala 2 Dnor Hard Top VS.Automatic .

NOW! AT IKILA'S found what they called "trou Transmission! Radio, Transmission; Power
sered barbarians." It seem that Heater. wsw Tires Solid Steering; Radio Heater.'

t SELF YOUR FAMILY t Charles Mathews Jr. of Cambridge the tribes! of Gaul !strapped' White mark Interior Nice.
Ohio is visiting his their trousers tightly Ilt the I
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. with leather $1095
ankles! and Knees
SERVICE and Mrs. Garl Mathews, this $1995
.
; / week. thongs for better protection.The
: : forerunner of ]pantyhose> : .

SAVES hi 'l3III1IJ Mr. and :Mrs. :Max Furlongand no doubt.
family of Tifton, Ga. spent However, it took loon/ ears: I
the weekend with Mrs. V.V. before stockings/ as! we know 1968 Plymouth
Hazen and Mr Hazen, who is them camp into being.Vhen

t YOUR a t tt confined Hospital.: in Mr.Bradford Hazen also County had the royal courts of Kurope' 1966 Ford Pick-Up Satellite I Door Sedan Automalic -

GET began to replace trousers: with .
as Sunday visitors Mr. and Transmission. V-S, Mndio
1/2 Ton. Long Body, V-S, 3) I
Mrs. Jimmy Hazen, :'olr, and knee breeches it necessitateda : Heater' ,, WSW Tire., Nice.
t t tt Mrs. Winfred Hazen, Mr.: and leg covering. The resulting Speed Transmission.l!

DRY CLEANING Mrs. :Monroe Hazen, and Mr. hose, ns they were dubbed, by
and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen, all the Saxons, were handknit and $1095 $1895
t It t of Gainesville, Mrs. Doris Kel- badly shaped various: yarns.l I
DONE FASTER ,3 ly of Brooker, Fred Howard of Finally in 1559: silk hose HI'-|' t

j Tallahassee and IIollls Lindseyof pearcd. first worn by Kin rHenry
1 .J t Jacksonville II of France. QueenElizabeth

FOR LESS. who knew a food
.
: : SERVICE SCHEDULE thinjr when !she saw it, took t 1966 Pontiac

1 \ .. (J/ t tt CATHOLIC CHURCHES showed up the idea off and her two new years silk later hose. 1967 PlymouthFury

.it ST. EDWARD'S. SUrke- : But it wasn't until 1:>89. III. 4 Door Sedan, V-S, Catalina 2 Door Hard 1'1111.Fm.tor .
1 insert
load 1 clothes .
Just :; sunday MM, a a.m. and
'
1' Air (Condition Power
when the mechanical knitting Air Condition Power Steering ,
1:13 .
t coins and relax while Sour '\ : m.m.Monday Maw, 8:30: a.m. machine was invented, that WSW Tires Torqueflile Transmission. t Steering and MraKes.. ,\ulom.iticTransmission. !

could afford to follow Solid Vhlte.
fully automatic Ma'I"" Wednesday Mall I' a m. more people Radio Clean
Saturday Ma.a and No- the royal style. Once Black Interior
chines do the work. MRS. GERTIE McRAE t yeas, 7 p.m. started, the fashion for silk

Your garments come out ST. WILLIAM'S, ]['.tone HU. stockings: continued for closeto $1595 $1495
Will he happy to assist'! you 400) years. t
9
t ) clean and Sunday Man a.m.
beautifully t
with your Family Drv Cleaning; Wednesday. Novena, 7 p.m. In 1938: nylon hose were introduced
and
abouta
brought
fully dry on Thursdays. and Fridays.
ST. MARY'S, Macclenny: whole new concept of leg

t tt II t .Bandar Mama 11:3: a.... years.covering: within_ _the next 30


Discover the Savings in "Do./f-oursellll Cotton and silk have very

t t THE BRADFORD little elasticity, but nylon ha-,
Its Amazing! thermoelastic qualities that
Dry Cleaning --- COUNTY TELEGRAPH;
can: be heat-set to hold a shape..

1 PublitJi'd! every Thursday Consequently, it is: )possible: to /
: Plenty of Parking Directly in Front 1I at 138 W. Call Street use: circular knitting machines: / .
Starke Florida 32091 to turn out seamless: : hose that
I I Second fit well.
class postage ptld
at Stark. Florid. Pantyhose also are knit on U. S. 301 North Phone 1-7500
BOWENS! WASHETERIA circular machines with the

t tt II t Sab.erti.e Rater: panty portion knit separatelyand STARKE FLORIDA
In trade area: $3 CO per" then seamed together

ACROSS FROM WINN-DIXIE Starke Plaza year; I3.7S au montlu. around a panel. Of course
Outside trade ,*> Later Your Favorite Dealer"FEB.
t t area: $} there are many different pat- "Sooner or
pr year; f3OOIX month
terns possible today as> well ns
o _ = ,
stretch and mesh yarns

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the surface, Hicks says. .- '.", . *fr' -::r3w:.'::"'nv.2C'Cb:'.':f&!:,.'.:.\fiti:;s;::;..;..;'.iti::::ti:::::;$;::ti::'.;:iii; :;.i:;:;:iiik: : {....:{$<:,j I'i i
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earn Surveys take Estimates 1,104 cubic are yards that it of will nil 6 ,Injured ,:I Drivers ArrestedIn ;$; Boy Scouts To Attend Fair ;| '

to replace dirt washed out of .H:
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Rain Damage gravel county's roads needs in are the city.expectedto The In 2 Wrecks' t f _. Crackdown Ta".entylive members, of Boy Montgomery.Scouts will spend Friday ;
The
be around 15,000 cubic yards. Scout: Troop: 70 will spend the
Continued From Page One) Road Foreman R.E Jones said Continued From Face One) CUy pollee arrestel 21 drivers weekend At the Florida State and Saturday nights Sunday.in Tampa Dur,
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horns
the City of Starke with Streets the county is presently lookingfor in a recent spesdlnar crackdown Fair In Tampa, accompanied: returning "tivouac"1\
Foreman S.R. Hicks and Coun- additional sources of fill. Road near Hampton. Accord- '"by Scoutmaster Don Harden-. ing the trip they will
on SR-230( and: SR-100, ac '
ing to FHP Trooper Carson In the armory at Plant City.: tj'tj'A I'
cilman Jimmy Bowen. cording b Police Chief Ken Fu- brook, and! Assistant David \I'1
the
Turlington girl, Linda Elizabeth
Roads the team examined over A report issued to the sur- hall, 8, was not injured -- -- ..-..... -- ......- -- -" ... .- \1
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the county Included the Flume vey team on agriculture con- when she attempted to turn Chief said! his depart-
Road, between SR-16 and ditions by County Agent George the truck onto an unidentified ment has received many com .
SR-230; Marklee Starling Road, Huggins states that excessive plaints of excessive! speed'ng on
gravel road and struck a telephone
Vasco Forsyth Road, CarlJohna rains have made impossible
The the two highways, and that on
pole. girl was not
Road, Eunice Loop north oi to fertilize most pastures,most 'j
injured, but the man in whose Feb. 5 an! 7, a VASK car BUYING COINS f '

the Lawtey Crawford, R.R. Andrews settlement'Road on leafy vegetables, water has have covered been many destroyed lap She she was was sitting sitting in had the cuts.lap r '+ae.. ?? which passing calibrates vehicles, was the set speed up.of ', 20% TO 50% OVER Face Value,<,eR

Springs Wateroak, Luther creek near Milliard Hellbronn Road, acres broilers of strawberries were drowned, 40,000, and of Jackie Ray Hall, 27, and j ,; X s ," Among those arrested: In the DIMES, QUARTERS, HALVES. DOLLARS ,
had control of the R drive was one motorist: who
steering
1964 OR BEFORE a-
the Trestle Fork Road at Sampson much livestock is In extremelypoor ,
Theressa wheel, according to Trooper was clocked at 92.4 miles pe: Also will 1965 Halves Nickels 1959 '
City, and the condition as a result of we buy or rt
Turlington. Damage to the truck !lour. Most offenders, however, '
adverse weather conditions. before '
Road.In Cents 1951 or before.
the team examined was estimated at$200. were running at speeds of 13
Starke Jackie Ray Hall was charged mph over the legal limit, Fuqua j HE BUY, SELL, OR TRADEBULLINGTON'S ,
Thompson, Church,
sewers on It is not possible yet to assess with
allowing an unauthorized
and Cherry Streets that Supt. the damage done straw sold
filled with minor to drive. William Arthur ,, LY'i In commenting on the anti-l Starke
S.R. Hicks[ says are berries, Huggins says. Only w' 'ryf -"--
The Hall, a passenger in the truck, ,P ti-.'' V felMfe W*" WWK i. ,, speeding drive, Fuqua sail: his ,' "
and dirt. -
sludge, sand time will tell how the plants >f ---*-' T tr i'/ t Phones Day 964-7271 Night 964-6250 ,
was charged with
team also examined[ pavementon will recover. unauthorized allowing an :p % r rH department first! concentratedon
Pratt, Blanding, South,Martin The two person to drive. T- **>* ;>ui. -5*::<. parking violations: then on '- '"dL
Streets and Butler Road. Farming conditions have under different charges statutes were ,made.the i :.' .ri'W +:; :.y,.?r." .MM 1 T> w>*n9"!-w.'-+Sr persons running stop signs, and
y
Water under the pavement, is now working on speeders.
got grown contlnously worse since FHP reported. aJStsCLiM iy '; ..,
froze cracked SSt-t S
:jIf:= t -t "" 'lf1t ...""" f t : DWI'
ChargedTo tits--is--its is is its is is Its L Its- t ti
last October, the
county agent
; reported. The extended freezein Truck DriverA

mr'l s early January .severely ..r st I NEW COURSE I II iIH

damaged pastures and wintervegetables. truck driver, Mari: JacK

{ ; A slight recoverywas Hickman: : Jacksonville has I ADVANCED I II
y i being observed before the MtoTfc*. as beau e'ali cfl by b lax ice poLca
? I six inch rain on Feb. 2, he with driving wa.ie. intoxicated.Hic.kman : .
.U said. was arrested by BOOKKEEPING
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**' Patrolman Harold Crews on
WILSON ; 4.
BILL t
By
v-'str .
, --T..*.*..... '.J___ ... _..]!!'.__...._....., Feb. 3 alter his truck ran Into
,' PHYFE GOT A BREAK !i r More moves 'a car stopped at a traffic lighton Will Begin Tuesday, Feb. 17 II

AND BECAME( FAMOUSI@i for the moneythan First, Water! Then Sand at the Temple Pratt Avenue Street tUS intersec-301)) I At The Bradford-Union I II

any other Water Oak farmer Jimmy Gaskins surveys sorry tion. Driver of the car was
sight at his farm last week after rains caused Harry Mitchell, Statke. Vocational-Techincal Center II
There were no Injuries In the
f rifling back In the creek forcing it to race
to
) iY water up mishap. Speed of the truck at II
};l! l "i.I mower in a northerly direction across his strawberry field the time of the impact was estimated The Class Will Meet TuesdayNights
\- : [ "; In lower photo Gaskins views deep gullies by Patrolman Crews at From fiH:: ) to 9:::10 P.M.: II
l the As-lor. \\ho wore social. lender, ap- i\}\ eroded the length of the field tearing away plastic five miles Per hour.

..;: |proved wealthy } on t the beds and .burying berry plants beneath de Hickman's breath was tested I I.IMI'rMI: I KXROI.I.MENT; : :: I ,'
people )I posits of sand. In upper scene, sand bar is shown for alcohol content and he was

;m. rlamorcd his furniture for II t'S\: covering the ends of beds and liberal deposits of charged Bradford wKh County DWI.Judge T. A. I If ?.tfe.'e.-1ct! Call P'ilfil50looo\' IL

{ sand along the top of rows.
. sprinkled return
1 ..ami Duncan THE Yawn set bond at $501
t.y, : Pliyfe) was on ,Yi; About half of Gaskins; 20-acre planting of berries!l able on plea day Feb. 24. is is t.its its- its tits is is tttt.Itt.s its Its-y'a

I'l-l... his! wato' be- i,:,; SCAMPERRIDING was!l flooded by the 6-inch rain.

tu.;. coming i an : slfIS MOWER -
i immortal I in. 1;;, FROM ALLIS-CHALMERS -Referred an offer from the
of Hampton to accept title
City
the field) of t': G New automatic drive Woman Killed to two old school buildings, to
: Americanfurniture 'titt forward to reverse without used for recreational) pur QO
be
g... opinion.
'iij1 -, Spin around trees. whip Pierce for an
1 along flower beds ( From Page One)
; :".f CD Big 36inchno EXERCISES FOR THE NERVE __
magazines for Pub-
was selling
,> Ph fe always 1if scalpmowerCome anextensl .
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In soon and JIIA., llx Circulation Service Little DEAFENED .
: leaned to ,{ give it a whirl! Rock, Ark. She had stopped at
f.; small scaled I'h>r. arm ,hair 9y MU" -- a truck stop nearby just before oA
: Y. An
I Outdoor' Ml. Kisco. N. (Special) -
!1 furniture and : the accident took place. ---
4 ProductsWe internationally known! hearing expert I (
'! was neverknown w..' Miss Wong Is survived by has written exercises to help LI
fJi to work with any wood but mahog her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Pat improve better listening for those
y' are now Equippedto rick Wong Horn, East Orange, with hearing problems.This .
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Handle all your Repairs -- N.J. free booklet! and the listening phone
what we sell. In a second accident last week, exercises will help those
on John Casimir Stallilonls, 48, with hearing deficiencies.A .
any.Bodcock Klssimee, was chrged with Improper -
seventy ,
STARLINGFarm change of lane on US- few, minutes of your time studying .(
! these! Exercises at home will
7 301 when his 1965, Chevrolet help to improve your listening ..rd
collided with a 1970 Ford: Maverick techniques and you will enjoy life 0
i driven by Mrs. Hazel t: () I Supply more by being able> to understand ; ..
If .
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES Y Marie Tanner, 53, Lawtey. !speech better.> If words run together ,. 17 '0 ; There were Injuries in the accident if peoples' speech sounds I! ti> '7 0 a c. <1.a.. .
.. ... Property damage was muffled if you can hear but don't
;.: '77iM. h the Third in it .."".riW w 225 West Andrews St. listed at$300. under tanJ. then this booklet! will
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L -" tool'- Iu.N".t hV I'jml,.,Bvny. .. Cn.. .Itic I'.'.rjft'iI Starke, Fla. 32091 Both cars were traveling help you hear b tter.
&Y .R.N..t: : .'. ... .. A J 'I. Phone 964-6062 north when Mrs. Tanner attempted For your free report on Exercises!
to pass Stallilonls. At for the :Nerve. Deafened at no cost
the same time Stallilonls at- or obligation write to Sound Far. FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE
empted to change lanes and the Inc.. 121 I Smith Avenue, Mt. Kico. $- CO.
two vehicles collided. New York 10549. A post card STARKE. FI.A.
will do. Adv.
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commodated in the regular

NOTICE meeting room. WEED AND FEED

In other actions, the board:
-Approved final payment of
$500-on the Middle School project SAVE $1.00

$495
; REG. 85.95

BRADFORD COUNTY -Authorized a $25 a month NOW .
raise for Carl Thomas of the -
maintenance department.
We Will Spread r. it For Sl.OO A Bag
PROPERTY OWNERS
-Issued a call tor oias on i REG.
cafeteria foodstuffs, and forbids
on a paving project at $2.19
the Vo-Tech Center. Florida Peat -- 50 LBS. - 69c
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Damage To Lakefront Brooker Gets
Blanding Road System Accepted By Mass Burial New MarshallIn I Dateline BMS

Said Worst' Ever Following Rains House CommitteeLegislation follows City Election 1
, One cf the highlights of school enjoys the program: and I.
sponsored by tlw Flood HereCounty O. E. Green and Evan Hodges Bradford 1\f1dle:! School: activi- It Is considered very education:
A massive:.three-month !road seven-month period. July 1 Lake Region Citizens! Committee were -elsct8d to two year ties Is the "It's Academic" pro- al.
rebulld.ng program will be necessary through January 30. Adding Y seeking to correct: some. terms on the Braoker: C.ty gt'am, which takes place every most ;
\ at Camp February's: approximately 0 facing lakefront Sanitarian Jack Council voting. The team with the
Blawllng to of the problems Tuesday's Friday and is! shojvn on the 1
repair damage tone by last Inches would bring the 'total property owners in Florida Trawick said yesterday thai With 76 votes cast, the countIn closed circuit! TV. point! at the end! Rets 10 hart
. 'week's rains: W. W. Hood, camp amount t> around 48 inches was accepted I>r study by the the MosqultD Control project the three-man council race Three students frrm the six'! the "It's Academic" sign! In
:. forester and since July 1. almost equal to a Committee on Public burled an estimated 38,000 53 49 their team area. Lastweek's!
: superintendent, House was: Hodges: : Green : trams! r*pre!' nti! their' team or.!
said yesterday. averages< year's total: Lands & Parks at a hearing in Chickens, a $10,000 bull one and John A. Williams 34. Coun- the program. They must answe" winner was Team 6, composes
Hood:t said the entire 74 milesof Kingsley Lake, the most' Tallahassee Monday. horse, and a cow In sanitary cUmen are elected for two year' questions about subjects: in the of Eve Plttman. Yvonne' Reed
graded read, on the Blandlns stable lake in the area, rose 7 wu land fills an a result of Lestweek's terms. Ml!:'die School:> ana about TV in and Mary Pear'ill.
:reservation must be complexly inches fallowing: the February Thirty-five commutes members flood conditions. All other officers were unopposed general. Everybcdy In the Canaille! Gassett
reworked.: At least 24 .drainage 2 do\\' pc'\.lr.' : ia---' from: this area attended "I don't knew what the Mayor M. O. Harrsll!! received .. ..... .
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.structures were washed out Damage to the Blandin roai :, the meeting, with Bill Baker, people would have done with- 61 votes for one-year .....Q.SSi._......_- 4t .'! .51

and roads system was sail: to be worse .-'. ... ........ .. Committee chairman; Rep. out our sanitary land fills) ," term as Mayor, Tommy Co.tj
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passable.: than treat: caused by Hurricane Gene Shaw, and Rep Ralph, Trawlck said. was re- lected City: Clerk with
He Is making: a report this Dora which brcxis-ht! 12 inchesof VALENTINE Minia Tyre as spokesmen.A : Most of the chickens drowned 59 votes, and: Brlnklsy! L. Tucker
week to State Armory( Board rn'n. and worse than that adorn the- pull- In high water that flooded seared 52 for the office of t
with a request for additional ..re?ultl! from the flocd of 1968 this two-piece cotton main feature of the legislation poultry houses, while some 'Marshall Incumbent:: Marshall J
funis.: once the when 14 inches! of rain fell in a that hearts is 'the laying down ofgul'oellnes were lost as a result of freezing '
amunt budgeted proves Leroy Stokes did not seek re-1 m w W M m TBT **m
< will not do the job requir.ed. four-day prlod. August 28 Just for Valentine's for determining, the temperatures following election.All .
Hood said.Measured through September t, coordinated jumper "demarkation line" of waterfront the rain. Death of the bull officials will !tegingi their
side tabs buttoned property on meandered was: not directly attributed to
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rainfall at Bland- MotorsFORD
!new terms at the Council:: meeting
Ing hearts. By Carter's. lakes so property owners will flooding, but was likely caused -
on February 2-3 was 3.78In- Tuesday: March 3.
ches. Although mor rain has CARD OF THANKS know fallen In n shorter time, damS Our heartfelt thanks t> all and:! the State's claim begins. from wet, cold weather. It be i
S? was the worst recorded:! last who extended comforting sympathy Steers At present the Stats claims longed to the Morris Edward FFA Poultry f
week due to the fact that the ar.d: help in cur resent title to* the lake bottom in all ranch, but was being kept at
downpcur came during sonoPr the beautiful ser At Fair meandered lakes up to the the THiM (}1<
:; wet period that; a began prolonged vIce. floral offerings, and o her:1f1"I Edwards, 15-year-old son difficult"high water t to 'define(! mark under," which present is ;.'...........'..."n"......."..:...:.._:.._:.:.;...;...;.....x....,.UH... ,.:o.-....'... _.._.._._..._...
last summer. klndnessss:;! we ore deeply;: At State Fair COUNTRY
and Mrs. Maurice Ed regulations.The .
The BlanJinfr rain gauge re- grateful The family of Kate Jr.. placed second In Starke Motel
cord;!;1 42 inches during the Dix;>n.

.;.:.'..:...:...&.,........:..,........"...,..........'............................'.............,...'.:.::6'.'.'.,.,.,.,.,.;.,.;.:.,.,.:.:';':':"':':""':':':"' of Fat 4-H Stock steers::!:!Show at and the by commutes Rep. Dixon rejected cf Duval a request Sold In Large placed Bradford 13th:: Senior and Bradford FFA: Chapter Junior WHITE SALE
the Florida State Fair County that the legislation be Realty TransferIn FFA Chapter 19th among J
DeWitt C.: Jones FC; ;;; Home 1 last wek. 'toe pre-filed as a committee bill 50 poultry Judging teams en-
although Ind'catlng!' that this one of the largest transactions tered In competition at the 1
: entire: 1 a Cliai'alalse 'action did not imply disap- filed. recently at the Brad- Florida State Fair In Tampa. J
m cross! steer as a 4-}]I proval. ford' County courthouse, the last week. f s
I STARKE Bradford County Stnrks Motor Court:> on U.S. 301 Senior Chapter team members -
: North was sold for $141.766. were Bruce Scott Mke! Ca i iS
PHONE 9fi4-G200/ 1 1: The bill was pre-filed in the according Oliver, and Gerald Ros'el'. Jun
N Edwards, 18-year-olc i I House this week by Rep. ShawI to stamps affixed to for .
: Chapter members
the Edwards placed: L !and Rep. Tyre. It had previously the deed. were :
illl III Demits Rhoden. Wayne Norman -
| KEYSTONE HEIGHTS | in his class of FFA an been! pre-filed In the Senate The property was sold byBt'tty and: Gary prevatt ..
with a Charlols-AneiM'I by Sen. Richard Stone of Dade and Thomas A. B:>stock
.$'1. PHONE 473.3176 Iy;j1 Tom represented the 5! County. Turnbull.Ifear's to Leland. O. and Josephine E member Tom Edwards, exhibited: senior a steer chapter lathe :.
: FFA Chapters.
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Show and place:! fourth. :
Wayne Bennett senior chapter .
member! and state FFA har- .
monica champion, was on the
FFA Day program: Saturday 1968 Ford ;
$1 695 -
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February 7, at the Fair.
Rebuilt of the livestock ana
dairy Judging won't be known S rick-up. Custom Cab 3

greatest for .=veral weeks: according to .. ONE OWNER---
Advisor Pnui Hutch'nson, but -
team members were: I
Dairy judging -Senior, Chapter
: Dale Cl"mns, jimmy Alvarez Ford
$1095--1965 - -
any:: Larry Hicks: Junior V
reductions Chapter Steve Gay Jimmy
price rown. and:! Jackie Marr. 9! Paxsenirer.!: Country Sedan. V-S, Automatic.Tower i
Livestock\ : :: judging; Senor! and Air
Chapter: Tom Edwards Mike u_ ONE OWNER--- .j
Bryan: and: David Stalnaker;
Junior: Chapter: : Walter Pre-
volt Gary Melvin, and Ricky
T.>mltnson, $1695 --1967 Dodge |


: Monaco Fordor Hard Top Power<< and Air
BHS Golfers i
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ONE OWNER
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Match Play I $24951968 Ford ;,: -. :

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1970 Maverick'i Bradford High goltors won : \'-R'! VVatjon. Loaded<< with extras New Tires
their first contest of the sea
--- ONE OWNERP --- I
son Tuesday afternoon, beating
Green Cove Springs 2-1-1 in

match Dale play.Johns won his match Ford i iForelor.
4951967| -
with a !score of 43 and Richard
Roberts won his match with a i
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47 over the nine holes. V-S. Power and Air i
Ricky Johns tied his opponent
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and also shot a 47 in his first :, ONE OWNER
Fairlane 500 varsity competition.Johns'play J
; "- 2-Door Hardtop was praised by Coach David
-,. Ilurse. The young golfer was a
big coach part said.in the HI IS win, the I $2295"1968Ford-J-- i

David McHae shot a 50 In .
losing his match giving HI IS : V-8, Fordor. Power and Air :
a team score of 187. .-- ONE OWNER :
Other boys entering the match .
for practice were Luke Powell,
52; Randy ZIppcrer, 54, and
4' V Stanley Hammond, 64. i $1995 --1968 Chevrolet i
Galaxie 500 > w The number 2 BUS golfer,
2-Door Hardtop Mike Fogg, was ill and did
f ,. not play In the match. : Fordoj-. -Automatic and Air :
M Next golf match Is with Pa- : .-. ONE OWNER :
latka on the Starke Golf and .
Country Club course this Fri- -
day afternoon. :

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Be us anxious to help'.. others i -
and Heater
Karlio
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as you Jir<> to jnccjit!' favors+ :
Eugene Gay, The Culvert! --- ONE OWNER :
Now our White Sale White Sale Torino. Now we're offering ((Tex.. ) News.Messellget': :

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Galaxie is the lowestWe've taken ourlowestpriced special deals on $1795-1969 Volkswagon I

priced full-size V-8 hardtop trade-ins for best- --
AM I FM Radio 5.000Iile'i: :

hardtop anywhere! and sale-priced it! selling Maverick. -.- -.- ONE OWNER :

Special Galaxie comes with Comes with popular extras Double your savings-trade -

302 V-8, special interior trim, like racing mirrors, vinyl roof your old car for a brand-new --- $1095--1966! Jeep Wagon I's'si

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FORD COUNTRY See howyouilscive. Johns. -:- I

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WHITE "Our children at college -: --

SALELT are exposed rNks to for personal injuriesto liability :: 1970 Mach I Fastback !

-- See and their -
us others personS -
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al belongings! are exposedto : 351 4-V Engine, Power Steer- :

fire theft and other : ing Power Brakes Automatic :
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accidental damage. Does n -
Homeowner Policy on the : and Air Condition, 3,000 Miles. :

!parents" home automatically s -
TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour ONE OWNER--- -
extend its 'off pre --- -
ml.. s' protection to members s --
of the family away : -
at !school?" _. --

Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford -

And Union Counties Charley E. -2 C R with Clyde i

JOHNS AGENCY: .

206 West Madison St. Phone 964-7200 Starke, Fla. TODAY
131 So. Walnut St. : or "Vie"

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Palatka Pushes spi TS



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Live Oak has three conference -St..Augustine----It will be a three slated .l'eb. 26-28, the next
week, In Palatka. BHS will face
Tornado Cagers losses and the Tornadoes four. night affair with championship Palatka Central In the first I
U BUS can handle the Bull- game slated Saturday night.
tt I M dogs in their home gym witha The District Tournament is game.
Y partisan crowd, the Torna-
does will have a tie for second Don't CHOP. I
1 _I: Place. .

From Title Race Live Oak is 12-4 for the sea- DIG. PULL

son. LO topped BHS 66-62 In BLAST I
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'-4' the game here Jan. 9.The Bull-
Palatka pushed Bra ford's ''Worked the s'dp! f*'m ?025feet prefers also call dogs are led by Bobby Frier
Tornado cagers from the Flor- out. It !gave Palatka four The Tornadoes while were five with a 21 point average. Dun- LIT OUR STUMP GRINDERS
ida Star Conference tills race men scoring in doubt f'prures! ed for 15 fouls called Only aza'.nst can Harvey and Curt Tharpeare REMOVE THEM INEXPENSIVELY ..
with a 26 paint second period The Torna'ost' : started the miscues were also outstanding per-
scored five of
Palatka. BHS : FREE ESTIMATES
that the Bravesa game without thMr leadingscorer formers. '
splurge cushioned 64-51 gava win. David: McKnlffh! who six throws and:! Palatka hit 12 CALL 376-1766 .. = '., ,
was on the bench:! with a sprained of 18. After Saturday, cage action Gainesville i "
Overcoming a seven point ankle. McKnight had 18 points to will cease until the Florida SAPP'S GEONS's
Tornado lead Palatka playing: Mark Graudons, hlttln from leaj: BHS. Graudons was right 3 Star Conference Tournament TREE
before a gym crammed full of the corners w'th accuracy. and behind wUh 17 and Murphey begins Thursday, Feb. 19, In

home town fans, scored; 22 guard Tim Murohev pared BHS had 10.

points to BHS' 4 In tthre3 ''to an 11-11 first period deadlock:: Statistics ?
minute span that meant the with the Braves. Graudons BHS McKnlght fl-0-18, Graidors. >
difference In the ball game scored:! the fist six points for 81.17 Murphey 4-2-10. vYou
The Braves' two. big mm, the Tornadoes! and Murpheythe Graurton 1-1-3. Johns 1-0-2, McGee -
Larry Florence and W.llle: M.t-
next five. 0-1-1. Totals 23-5-51.
chell. dominated the back McKnlsrht cam on to' ( begin PatMcCool. TheoboW'
beards, giving Palatka three the second period and pacedth 4-0-8. Walker 2-8-12. Mitchell. i
and:! four shots at the basket Tornadoes to a! 22-15 lead, 7-1-15. Florence 8-1-17. Totals Own ABRICK
and some easy lay UPS after h'tt'nar' four sh-n'irht/ baskets. 261264. Can Now
the two men rebounded' missalshots. : R ,
But In the final three minutes
"We Just did a terrible Job of the second period! Pa- HOME
on the beards and that's what lattta; came on hard with NEW
killed us," Coach Mike Sexton Mitchell rebounainr' twice! for Rebels Go

sal:! in analyzing the contest. putting the ban h'cV up for .. No Lot ;
"Other than that vrs played baskets. Then M-Cool cam on W Down If You Own
$200
to tie the gene 2-22 w'th 2:34: : ye
them said. left In the half. H, aulekly aided :! Bradford's Tim Murphey, number 10, Bucketsone DOWN PAYMENT

"I feel we lost bath games! three more' points, then 66-58 ByBradford in BHS losing effort against Palatka. Mur.phey: : NO PROPERTY t

last week on the boards," Sex. Walker hit twice in succession hit 10) points. -- II 1 IF YOU HAVE
ton said. He po'nted to a ,brief from outside, Flonce scored HEAT
span in the fourth period:! of three 'tiMnK' and':! Mitchell add AND 4 BEDROOMS: CENTRAL
,the Santa Fe game when the ed anothe basket.At 3: WALhTO WAU. CARPET a
Rebels went on the rampage hAlftIme'' Pn'a'ka' held a To Face
end killed a Tornado lead:! as 38-26 edirs Ant, BHS! could never Cagers

well as the three minute period overcome) ( the explosion! In Palatka. Palatka edged: BHS 12-10 in lead to a 66-58 victory here Le
Florence 'and:! Mitchell wr the th'rd period aM !both Bradford's OakBaker
Tuesday night as Baker Live Who
the b'g guns both ways for team! scored 15 points In the Tornado cagers absorbed their This F.H.A. 235 Program 'is For people
Palatka, getting the majorityof fourth, nerlol.: tenth loss against eight wins. not afford a Home Before!
about 50 rebounds the B'lt+ PalaLVa. took It easy with "We just did a terrible job County's basketbal But tomorrow night the Tor- r : could I
Braves grabbed. Florence led Walker wilk'nr' the ball down- shooting," Coach Mike Sexton team comes to town Frida; nadoes will have to balance CALL FOR INFORMATION
Brave scorers:! with 17 paints court every time to grind: the said, noting that his cagers night, Feb. 13, and Tornad their Injuries against the improvement -
and Mitchell hal 15. Florence' clock down. hit only one of 14 shots earlyin cagers will travel to Live Oak the Baker squad has
hit on a 13 foot JiiTV" r from When the Tornadoes: shouldhave the first period as the Re- this Saturday, Feb. 14, in the shown. House Enterprises
the sid, and M'' ch ]ll 1 cot mostof ben doing out aftr the bels took the lead on the way final two regular season games Saturday night BUS will go Town
hs'! right. under the basketby !ball. Coach Sexton sa'd. they to their 11th win against seven to Live Oak to take on the INC. pr ,'
rebcwdln" ::\ sv-cts Ws it am- couldn't t-ecause.: bssIJes: Mc- losses. Santa Fe topped the The Tornadoes, riddled wit tough Bulldogs. The Tornadoes OF FLORIDA, -
mat:? missel! :! and putting the Kn'ht. both Murohey and Tornadoes in Santa Fe last injured ankles, will be bidding will have a chance then to 301 Next to Wells
ball back up. Freddie" : Graudon have ankles week 69-61 in the two teams' to even their season mark at grab a piece of second placeIn a' New Building South
But Palatka glen' presented Still weakened! from Injury In first encounter. 10-10, being two games shy the Florida Star Conference. Electric
balanced at'ac1 c as Terry the BMles: game in which McKnlght After getting off to a good of playing .500 ball now. Is of < '
a Palatka riding on top 2 PHONES -
"IcC ol arc* Walt Wa'ker! hit 12 was hurt. start, the Rebels played good, Leading scorer David Me- the Florida Star with eight wins, Pr f ., l 061-6760 Jia
Walker Md several That made the Tornadoes steady ball to keep their lead. 964-6S53! -
points earn. wil and more importantly, only two
Knight, 18 point average
play defense Instead of At the end of the third per-
driving livurs and s v-sl a zone probably be held out of the two conference losses. The Braves
long Pet shots white M-Cool the man-to-man game Sexton iod Santa. BIIS Fe came held a within 53-44 three advantage games and saved for the Florida skinned past Lake City 46-45
Tuesday night or Live Oak would
Star Conference which begins -
..__ points but twice could in never the fourth catch period up-,, Feb. 19 in St. Augustine, have been right back in the &\
Hoi ton led the Rebels according to Coach :Mike Sex saddle. They still must face
-r Rodney Three other ton. McKnight's badly spralne loop foes Orange Park and
with 20 points. UEj&
alsc ankle is responding slowly to Bolles, but the only way BHS
Santa Fe players were
jrr J- the Reb- treatment at this point, the would get a chance at the title
in double figures as
is for Palatka to lose both.
coach said. The ankle is stil
els presented a balanced attack ..
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Ray Gallop and Alai sore and discolored. It was -U-L u _,-,,- I
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Hitchcock each had 14 points! injured Jan. 30 in the-.Bolle, i. I
and Ronnie Polk added 10 game. "
Freddie Graudon led the< Two other cagers are at les
Tornadoes with 19 points, his: than full speed with ankles injured -
top point producing performance in that same Bolles con Notice
of his career. Graudoi test. Center Freddie Graudo .
also had eight rebounds and is bothered by one bad ankle

Jiii'' was credited with doing an outstanding and both of floorman Tim
Jya Z1e job by Coach Sexton Murphey's ankles are weakened -
because of injury. Both are
Mark Graudons was right behind -
'Y1\ with 18 points and 13 re- playing every game and, because -
bounds. Dean Johns added 13; of that, the ankles probably TO FIRST FEDERAL SAVERSAnd
points and had nine rebounds, will not heal complete
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worlds to to a zone
whole new go
Terra Tiger opens up and!Fred
The the out and Tim Murphey
Run it on those vacant acres just down several games. They slmpl;
and exploration. die Graudon both with Injury
campingin fast enough to
cannot move
Terra Tiger
Take It along on vacation. Try
street. weakened ankles.
the crowds can't follow Drive It to play the man-to-man style of
remote areas where Because of their physical condition -
and fishing is defense which has proven successful -
where the hunting
those out-of-the-way'spots best. A Terra Tiger adds up to all-season fun for all. Coach Tornadoes Sexton has beer for BIIS Your Savings ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:..:..:-.:..:..:::'.'.:
always having the play a :::;::: :
steering tiller and ::: : :::: :::
with single s sv
controls
Simple no shift electric starting zone defense. "We're not doing The Tornadoes are not play-
throttle and brake controls plus new too good a job with the zone," 5S j
fingertip well, Coach Sexton walk
in ,
Terra Tiger Just ing the zone stand theVa'
the ) you
and the kids master f affect the way you ,
let mom was the coach's succinct comment says. lie points to the fac ?: believe it or not, and ?:;
minutes.; Try ittrfiJ! after the Santa Fe game. that opposing teams were ave the tone of your voice. In short, your physical well-being running. He :::
raging between 53 and 54 point:; ::: selfconfitlence. A man without !savings:' is always
:
Statistics BHS played tin offered, or nearly so. He sits
when
per game ::: must. He must take the first job
running man-to-man defense, small emergencythrows
BITS 8 20 16 14 58 nervously on life's chairs because any
Tornado
Since going to the zone :::
nets ALLIS.CM&LMIAS S Fe 16 18 19 13 66 cagers have allowed 69, ::: him into the. hands of others. I

64, and 66 points in the las
Farm Supply BUSGraudons 8-2-16, Mur- three games, the coach point 1 Without savings, a man must be too grateful. Gratitude 1 1
Starling 1-1-3, Graudon 5-9-19,
phey But a constant state of gratitude ::
Johns 5-3-13, Riherd 0-0-0, out.Baker ::: is a fine thing in its place.
County has been play in which to live. A man with savings can :

22:;) W. Andrews St. Phone 961.6062 McGee Santa 215.Fe- Johns Totals 328Anerholt 21-16-58.- ing better ball as the season ': walk is a horrible tall. lie place may appraise:' opportunities in a relaxed way, r 1::::
has progressed, Coach Sexton Ii: :
Gal- be rushed by economic :
0-0-0, Holton 8-4-20. and not
We Service What We Sell lop 7-0-14, Hitchcock 6-2-14, says. They now possess a 10-1;; ::: have time for judicious"estimates :t::

Polk 4-2-10. Totals 28-10-66. season mark. ::: necessity.A 1I::::
Meikenhous, 6-8!
Big Murray :
:
sophomore, has Improve! with savings' can afford to resign from his job, 1I:1j
Styled steadily and has added potency; ; man dictate. And for this reason he'll never I::::
Spanish to the Wildcat attack. Senior ::: if his principles so quit is much more ::
afford to
Harry Crews, 6-3 front man, : need to do so. A man who can ::
Oak Bedroom Suite is also an outstanding ballplayer 1::::: useful to his company, and therfore more promotable. He can :
Dark candid 1
although he didn't hurt 1 afford to give his company the benefits of his most
BHS in the two teams' firs :::
encounter Dec. 9. 'ti:::}: judgements.

BHS edged Baker 51-49 in concerned about necessities, such as food :':
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I HAMPTON e 1970 Feed Grain Program Started I THERESSABy I For Seven Game Arrests Law 31 lad, July according 1:through t, h4 Dseember Gams It

I I Fresh. Witsr Fish Comm'salon.!
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; IS 7MrD.E.fl1fl Dorothy MUte Violations Here Clay County reportsd 63 arrests -
[ I. February 2 Farmers Reminded 1 PIIoae 473-CM I :iurinji! tha ame period;
I HOPE: BAPTIST Bradford Ccunty had: only Union Cunty, 18: Bker. 29:
I GOOD WISHES even arrests for vlolitljns! of1iunttn. and Alachua. 10< TCt31 arrestsin
I grams and nlzn-up time Is a
Farmers Telephone 473-4188. Sunday
in Bradford County The and good wishesof
II I i WATER, SEWERAGE purchase of busy prayers : fishing and boatir the Northeast Region were
I viduals concerning per'od for our county School, 10 Worship
were remln'sd that sign-up for a.m.; Morning the community are with Rev.
\ AND ROAD REPAIR the system; that the present ASCS office he said. 11 Training Union, 6:30 lAws during the six-month pr- 633.
DISCUSSED the 1970 feed rrairt Pl"t'i"1Dbe" ; Fred Dodd, who Is a patientat
BY COUNCIL asking price is $35,000; that gan Monday, Feb. 2 at COunty Farm program participants: P.m.; Evening Worship 7:15: ; Alachua General Hospitalin of Palatka were here over the Thlrty-ons prsons! were arrested -
; Emergency road repairs there are approximately 140 Agricultural Stabilizationand earn payment 'Oil, their crops Wednesday evening Prayer Ser- Gainesville following sur- weekend visiting his parents, for' hunt'ng at night in
: made in the city after lastweek's users, at an average monthly Conservation Service (AS- and; ere ll income of$4C.Action' and 23 weTe fr unlawful!
rains, and the future CS) Off'ce. Th, sign-un period loans. fi-ed grain produc afterward. and their son, Percy Jr. possession
on' the road repair : of der .
or turkey.ommlss'an
ers also may am cU1f. PERSONALSMrs. and family.
of water and sewage policyin will continue th-ouuh March 20. acreage:
taken by a poll
Hampton were discussed at last week was Objectlvf 'of these voluntary erslon payments. BIBLE CLUB Cleveland Sullivan returned Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin
the of councilmen ra ther than hold- "Small farm" prov'al Students in grades 1 through to her home dell visited his brother : rff'u-rs: also
! : Monday night's meeting of of the farm programs inclu-e streng- n. are Saturdayand Kirby seize
ing a meeting, because included in 6 are reminded ff the meetingsof is after Swindell, at Palatka :! seven automates, three
I Hampton city council. caused thorlng and stabTz'nrf! farm : each rf the volun! improving spend- Saturday
i Federal disaster committeeS emergency nature by prices and keeping! 'tary programs. adding addition. the New Life Bible Club ing several days last week at evening. hors!!. and ten guns in con
it
washed-out roads, was ex productionIn
! members were to survey the 1'na' al benefits for farmers who each Monday afternoon after the University Medical Centerin Miss Sue White visited Miss nection with "f'rshuntlng" or
hauled with demand. "
Besides rock L atonMjrgan.
f.situation In Hampton Tuesday, plained. : qualify. school at the mobile "Chil- Gainesville, Walter Swindell Darlene Underhill at Starke unlawful possession of 'ssr or
onto the roads, labor and tractor : Jr.. Cha'-imn of tBradforJ >
/; and determine how much the While the sign-up period will dren's Chapel," Hope Baptist is at home again and recovering Sunday afternoon. turkey In the No-theast Region.
to !
for spreading it came : County ASC Commit.
Church. weekat Diane, Wayne and Curtis Florida law: prov'des far the
city could be reimbursed for extend through several weeks, well after surgery last Davie -
$252. Although the county grader tee, said whet feed gals ft"d
of Starke confiscation of all equipment
: the $1,421 already spent for Morgan urged farmers to file the Veterans Hospital in are spending the
the time
unavailable
at ,
rock, and $1,125 still needed was cotton occupy cv"r half th< their applications SYMPATHY Gainesville.Mr. week with their cousins, Cindy used to commit a violation of
as
\ J to put dirt roads "in good it was scheduled to and do workon IntoSmith's harvested crorlird: In the na- they deci'e: on 1970 production soon as Sadness came to the community and Mrs. Merle PackhamJr. and Jimmy Davis. this nature.
I shape". County Commissioner the dump road Hon. H3 comrnent'd that Sec. plans. again last week with and Eric returned to their Sunday visitors of Mr. and
! Jessie Chastain estimated another quarters Tuesday this retarv of Avrl"u1h! Clifford Re also the death of Sidney E. Triest home at Salt Springs Monday Mrs. Walter Swindell and family -
20 loads of rock wouldbe week, where roads have been M. Hard'n: test'f'el' ':! b"fors a u"ged' that they request on February 3. Funeral ser- after spending some time here were Rev. J.C. Saundersof
I needed, according to Councilman impassable since the last rain. Congressional! Comm'Ues 'hat when they m 'urement eerv'co vices for Mr. Triest, a lifelong with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. Bethel Baptist Church, Mr.
: Hazel Thomas, and 25 Six loads of rock were orderedfor the farm p-O'lrAmS for th't'.se s'grn! up. If thcv have resident of the Theressaarea Merle Packham.Pvt. and Mrs. Floyd Stewart of 70:005C
; loads have already been used. these two spots this week. commodities: Bffpc, mt farm not al'sady d"n9 so. ThIs ser were held< February 5 Starke, and Mrs. J.A. Swin-
;, Frederick Watterson told the Mr. Wilson also suggested to ers and *"t the pit ern far vice-ootei-e1 c-st from hs' at Hope Baptist Church, with David Griffls. who Is dell and family of Glen St.
:: council he'd heard rumors that the council that he write up other commodity" programs. county ASC3 o'fce -prJV'I: e' interment in the church ceme- stationed at Ft. Jackson, S.C. Mary. 666
;:: the Hampton Water Works was an ordinance about which bank. "In! Bradford: County, most 'an exact acreage measurem'nt tery. Mr. Triest was well known spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillipsand Tale
? quitting water service, and is used to deposit funds; that feed graIn farmers pirtlclpito: which s a farmer! can rely on for and highly regarded here, and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Grif- Billy of Middleburg visited
wanted the council to know they there is a law requiring road In one or more of these pro- compliance with program pro the sympathy of the community fls. her parents Rev. and Mrs.
were not, and that the family and bridge tax monies be used visions is extended to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Merle Packham, Sunday.
:. owned water works had no plans only for road and bridge main- ----- -------
; at present to not renew the tenance and repairs and that
:' franchise, which presently runs this should be listed separately 4TC'4F7I4P6'&Ft2J7J'MORE1EREa.
to 1975. He said he would like on the financial report; that .0 -
for the city to purchase the an agenda be set up for each -
.:; water worksthat It would meeting, and posted ahead of \ '' Al
::v: be a worthwhile service for time on the city hall bulletin 4
: the city to provide. board for citizens to know as : I
: "We want to work with the much as possible what wouldbe : /
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;,. city in every way possible that brought up at meetings;this, ,. o' : I V V / DISCOUNT srosss
we can" he concluded. he said, would help carry out SAVE 4 SAVE w LOWER SETTER
An Invitation to participate the Intent Florida's "govern- I QUALITY p1
in an anti-pollution drive, by ment in the sunshine" law; J MORE MORE

,," setting up plans for water and and he also suggested that add- ... :.( THI INTIRI CHAIN IS CILIiNATINO Till GRAND OPINING .1 4'ISACI MORE
sewage, was read to the council itional copies of the minutesbe \
p OF OUW
NIWEST STO1I AT 19703 N.W. 2nd. AVE. (iT. 441 MIAMI
from the Florida Department put in the hands of each
j of Air and Water Pollution Con- councilman at each meeting.R.J. .

! ;- trol, with an application for Williams attended the : .,,;
, ,,:, federal funds to be made meeting to ask about building ,.
j through this state commission. permits, and was informed that -
I The council voted to ask a these were set up in a 1926 z--------; "' --
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field representative of this department ordinance, revised in 1958, for LADIES GOWNS &
to come and talk with both new building and remod- A f 51L7
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the Hampton council. eling work. MRMANENT 1
"There should be a policy Total receipts for the month }' II PRESS SvGIRLS' \ CAMEOPICTURES
outlined by the Council for the came to $926 and disburse- _:.#,; IJ .' Nylon tricot in /( :.t ___
".' city to establish a water system ments, $1,265. All city officials q4.: ;''' '::: ., :regular length & ly q ) NYLON SHELLS V V'r __

,' and a sewer system.muni- nine, were present for \' waltz length: :laceuinimed _ _
T1 :
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; In discussing the present water services at the church. Also, _ _ tIon app?. _______ _
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r':: Watterson said that he had had those who had perfect atten- c
r some discussion with indi- dance in Sunday School for the MEN'S CUSHION CREW PROCTOR SILEX 4
1969 calendar year. '

T 6tt'"A Mrs. Bertha Stuckey of Jack- I"i; .; ; s fl) SOCKS SPRAY & c'A'-

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mental expenditures made
1t''r d, e ? +Y'AiJ M1xqr does It take In 'the every five years. Is :ftasJ" upon
:4 I way of money' it meet Brad: data compiled toy! the Department ;

ford County's! educational of Comm?'- tv its current
ii'i ,ryl lr r't} t'+t needs? How much Is spent In "Cer!s"s> of Governments.
( ha .Mj4i
other localities? The rrevlrm one was In 1962.
What proportion of the local Th- report sMn-s that total!
Flood 1M '
Control Up To People :budget goes for school con.s1ruct'on spending In B-adford County
..1 Y' f
ana maintenance, for for nubile purpo" s amounted

teacher!! salaries and for other to $289 per local! resident in
When it's wet, it's too wet; when affected.
11', t r '1 school costs!!? the year. Of this $198 was for
it's dry, it's too dry. That's the way Just as. !In most other communities education.In .

things have always been in Bradford Petitions requesting a drainage IL across the country1he other counties the

County, and that's the way folks have authority must be filed with the County largest ns well as the country, the per capita across cot of

come to accept it. Commission or the Circuit Court, in { f :smallest local officials are education Average: $148.
c face with the problem of pro(
one case. Throughout! Flor'fli. 1 j. came to
Some have grown philosophical, tak- .. vlding'Ith the amount of $137 at the local level.

ing things the way they are. On the Furthermore, such petitioners must money available sufficient and!:!' ed According to a s'r vev of ton ,-
ucatlonal facilities opportunities
be K *****f*. BUffyft*, vHP school d''rl..t."AA hy
other hand, there's an increasing number prepared to help pay for construction to meet the ever-igrow-

of citizens who've been findingit of drainage facilities. They must agreeto log demand.' School Mtnagement Maga-

a little hard recently to remain have assessments placed against : Vr 'J5v'oT. ? A Federal st'.tdy of eXtll'n,1- z'ne the average school Isspending
.< -" sSi", : 13 c-nt
philosophical. It's irritating, to say the their property for such payment. -.< >v3sr '. hires fcr education at the local ,this ya p-r* th," 'lust.more perptinl

least, not to be able to drive home Jfcft level covrnet' all parts of the The cu-rent outlay
$582
,>, Is
because of a washed-out road. "Efforts to create a drainage dis- country, shows thnt such costs per element-nr puoil c"rr>paef --

trict would be the responsibility of ; : usually amount to nearly as with $iSB; in 1969 and $757
\- ..S' *; >. much as all other costs com .
It's much more than that when high interested property owners, and the ="* r" F' b'.nd. p.* ft*n- *.nr pupil, as against

water gets into your home, floods Board of County Commissioners is > ', 'H.'V.* ? < ,' .*'' .;. In Bradford Coun'y, the figures $671 i reviou'Ii.
\5 >
your chicken house; or when you haveto not officially a party to such pro- H ':.* *.?: ? :.' :'- .'. indicate approximately effect.The 'nc"'ease' hat had I'ttlo
however
boat your children across a lake ceedings," the attorney's opinion said. AA .> *: VI' .-* .; ,/ 69 per:! cent of all wibllc" spend. on tho qualityof !
C -.' < .& i-: education that ch'ldren receive
to get them to school because roads 0 ing Is for ed-icatlon. In some It f'nds. The extra mono

are impassable. Right now, more than 321 miles communities the pronwtlon Is ey represents higher

of county roads are damaged from New : t if ei11G( somewhat lower than that costs operating
space program {j '
an" ''n "or'. .i'l" q >>!.t tniye.
We've had two serious "floods" in excessive rain. City streets were "La C'c ':<.t.1\: 'oninmA 1 lm tr Nationally the average Is 43 "Until Inflation cools down: ,

_ Bradford County in a little over two soaked and water froze in them, crack- .----- -- ---- ---- per cent. It 1 h 49 per cent in school d'str4ct' that increase

yearsthe one last week, and anotherin ing the pavement in numerous places. the State of Florida spending! will. in '1"rt'ct. Dimply

the fall of 1968 when 16 inches of Homes and ranches have been damaged The analv 's of local govem-! be spinning their wheels" It
FarmersDuring concludes.
rain fell in four days. Some level. lakes are at a dangerously higt Diarythat :


More than a few people have been lived here the we've 20 years seen we've a lot every graded road In the '.

inconvenienced or had serious damage It's costing us money right now to of flooding in the course of county had been damaged It's a woman's

with large financial loss in the two put up with high water, and it will traveling around the county but ccc..
:
periods during which we've had too stay that way until we decide to come never before have we seen any- ..'tfJlffb( { '

much water for our present drainage to grips with the problem. One long- thing as bad as that which hit And speaking of roads, the :

system to handle.It range possibility is the establishmentof this area after the six-inch freeze that followed the flood )i
rainfall the night of Feb. 2. Si
a water shed project through the SR- was the frosting on the cake \ i
In fact, some scenes along
reached the point where the County Soil Conservation Service. But little, 225 between Lawtey and the and the damage to the streets By Martha Sue McCain ':

Commission was considering the establishment if any, action has been taken along State Farm resenbled a disaster of Starke, for Instance, must County Extension
have been considerable. The 11
of a drainage authorityover that line, and Bradford County is way area, and we know the freezing of water, which can i Home Economics Agent: ,

at least a portion of the county. down on the priority list for consi- situation was equally bad else- Ily Sam McGarvey crack a steel fitting like an --

But this has apparently been shelved deration. The wheels of Government where in the county. eggshell, makes mincemeat of FAKE FUR FABRICS to any material used In the j

since the informed the grind slowly. the topping on a paved road
county attorney r. Fake fur fabrics, designed to home for tablecloths, place- I
Board on January 5 that it has no Alligator Creek also rose and, under certain conditions. look like real or frarkly faked mats or narkns.'! Buying( table !

authority to establish a drainage group. The question is, how much can we Some homes were surroundedby overflowed In Starke its banks, but at some ccc.. are Important In the fashion "linens" becomes a process of ;,/
we saw
places
stand before we decide to do something water, roads were canals, only one home that was sur- fteli. These!! are mad from* a making dec's'ons.' You need: to 1

It came as a surprise to the Com- about it? It seems that something else berry fields inundated and ditches rounded by water the next day, All of which tends to show variety cf synthetics' and have. know what you want.Pul'"ose .

mission, but if anything is to be doneto is sure besides death and taxes. The were The overflowing followingthe every- and one resident along that way that drainage is the Number either a woven or knltts.1 backIng Tnbl linens are ,I
where. fcthe
morning modacrycl'c, or used protection
said that the creek did a good One problem of the of acrylic, as a : J
third "sure county.
control water, it must be initiated thing" is that we'll have storm. H.W. "Buster" fiber. Fur-looks range table and as! a uVfyins' ; agent '
cotton
by a majority of the property owners another flood if we wait long enough. Bennett said that in comingto job in a of short carrying time. the water off just But while what that to do may about be clear it is, from flat to fluffy. for all heirs plac3; on the

the school board meeting he another thing. Granting it mightbe reducers of fake fur canno1; tabl!!.

had to drive through a torrentof ... ... possible to drain this coun- use the actual nnm of the an- Size and Shape-Before youabcp
At Last A ConvertThe water that was racing across
Farm ty efficiently, by means of imals. In many Instances they : measure yo'ir table. A
the Road.
Water OahCreek not carry streams to carry off flood- use similar names as Landrafor tablecloth: looks b'*t when!! It extents f

coif a lead. This, in spite of the fact, A'.. M.. 4 off the flood waters, because ofa waters, how about conditionsin the lamb look-alike. O'her 12 to li:) inches ever the

miracle finally occurred.A that a recent survey by the Departmentof "bottleneck" in thelleilbronn time of drought? In other names are a far-cry from their edps of the tal:!. !

Health Education, and Welfare By the next day, New River section, and so the water backedup words, there are residents who sister fi'rs. as Esplr't: for mink. The most convenient sire for "
wide want to be that the fake fur li abort 14 18 in
over a area, causing sure county Before purchasing a placeman x
its banks at the
overflowed
liberal
northern senator has admitted kind of "resegregation"is
showed that a State Farm and was about at crop damage which has not yet will not get too dry through examine a folded edge.( If the ches. They may be round, oval, )
that there is "much validity"to now developing in many big Northern a record level when we saw been assessed. The drainage too much drainage. hairs 'are sparse the fabric will rectang dqr. or triangular. Your

the charges by Southern senatorsof cities. When city schools which have it. However, the crest of the project in this area has been soon show signs of w ar. choice will depend; on the shapeof

hypocrisy and discrimination in the had a large white majority experiencean floodwaters had not reached held up and the county may Be sure to read the care Instructions vo'ir tab.. .

North on the issue of school desegre- influx.of black pupils, in a numberof there yet, and we know the have to go to court to obtain c r as some are washable Fibers Linen, cotton ray. I

gation. instances the whites in the neigh- "lake" at the farm was much the easements needed before ', but mot 'must: be dry- on, glass, polveser vinyl. pa-
the creek can be cleared out
larger later on. cleaned. per. or comb'nation of th'se
borhood begin to move out and the and deepened The obvious answer, perhaps, LINENS
SHOPPING FOR are fund: blecloths aJplac
in
Senator Abraham Pibicoff, Con- school eventually becomes almost .r. ... is control structures to regu- for tables have been mats.SpseUl .
Covers
.
necticut Democrat, flatly declared: segregated again. late the flow of run-off and A
maintain used:! for thousands of years. Features-D-iraM'! or I.
"Northern communities have been as The Santa Fe River a water level which need
rose and a
desire for beauty permanent pIt! tnb'eclthsare
We not alone in will suit all the f
are thinkingthe persons concerned .
systematic and consistent as Southern Senator Stennis and other Southernersare steadily and at one time came for cleanVn made use of glv-n a sp c'al treq'ment
flood damage was the worstin But such devices cost
I communities in denying to the blackman saying to the Government: "Either up almost to the bridge over this area for a long time money, and require main- table linen!! a natural custom. during the manufacturing process (

and his children the opportunity proceed as diligently] against all this US-301 despite that fact that County Agent George Hugging tenance, and so the debates con- In the days of ancient: Rome, to provide a smooth wrln.

t. that exists for white people." Northern segregation as you are movingin area it had east spread of the over bridge a large that and Road Supt. R.E. Jones also tinue, and all the while we linen's place on the table had a kle! -free anoearance after hun.

the South, or jettison the whole stated that the flood was arecordbreaker continue to get too much rain practical aspect.!! Guests at ban- derlng. Soil release finishes: are
area serves as a holding reservoir -
The Connecticut Democratannounced drive and fall back on freedom-of- in time of flooding so far as agriculture or not enough. So we get wea- qu*'s wiped! their hands on the user: In conjunction with rtur.
I and graded roads are ther, whether we like it or edges of the cloth. Extra large able or permanent press finishes -
his support of an amendment by Senator choice. ... ... ... concerned. In fact, "R.E." said not. cloths were necessary for this to assist In th- release of

John Stennis, of Mississippi, which "double duty because fingers foil! from tIle fa Wc durlnr

would declare it is the national policy It will be a long, uphill fight to and hands served as fork and laundering.:! So-t and sta'n' re

I- to have uniform enforcement of desegregation get such a policy of fairness adopted, ., hWWA-Sf::::: ::::: *::>W':::':.:K5ft:::: ::;::::;::::::::ftftWWft'S:!::::::::: :::::>::SK':::!*::.:.:.:-:.: spoon. In primitive countries: sistant flri l.h"s are also used
in all regions of the U.S. but it is encouraging that at least Th First PhaseOf east or west, mats woven from so that wat -bor"f' tifni and
FARM AND RANCH bnmboo twigs or (grasses! were oily substances
Other Northern liberals, compounding one Northern senator has seen the !! roll off 'blot
to
their hypocrisy, refused follow Ribi- justice of the Southern position. : /Z meals.!the usual During accompaniments the 15th and 16th 'off awav.or may be: compeely! : wired:

: Uy George T. Huggins New Census and 17th cen'urle In England Iebels' Today's table Hr 'n!?
COUNTY AGENT the of table linen was almost do
use off-r e,':v cnrr Mitt
I t Political Plus Minus & Agricultural Extension Service entirely confined to the sMJl have! to know wont k'rd yiii of

or rte" '';: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':;:;:.:':':':':.:.:.:.:.::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::X::::::::=:::::: Under Way HerePhase nob'llty.The emphasis today Is on C3-e and: they rely'ncr need on Onlvfcv label 'n'-rma-reaPing

in Florida-- the anti-Kirkfaction year will us". pesticides( that fun without fuss_enjivirsr life tlon can yen I tilt '
cans avartaTe:
We are glad that our swine 1
i Just how much Governor Kirk's flam- the retirees the rich-Republicans and continue to ask about are on the restricted list. For I of the 1970 U.S. Cen- with a minimum of Jrvdarv. of their "easy-care" features.
; producers
en" refers
boyant tactics in defying the courtsin Today the word 'Un
here this week
the ordinary Joes. the hog cholera s tuatien( FlorIda example, at nresent you may sus began as ,
the school issue will five enumerators start-
desegregation is help him in his efforts succeed him- complete eradication. There phene for use on p" .ture or ed listing addresses In Bradford ."LORID.ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION
: Now the anti-Kirks aren't going to If purchase R County, for the mailing of ques- I'ROGR.tM
: self as Governor is a moot question. several goals to reach end some crops. you
are
vote for him in the first place. The maintain for certain length livestock snrnv! it will oroMblyIwve tionaires later this spring.
retirees don't have children in a iV"it, 4; cent Toxa- Areas of the county; are 1
:: According to George Harmon any of time before a State can claim p r broken into alco-
up enumerator dis-
school and are indifferent on the phene In thm concentrate and- C
of being hog
: the designation
: political columnist, at least one Talla- 'tricts, to be mapped and routed
YO'1.t1! coed a permit to mak
bussing issue. Besides they like Jack
cholera free.
:: hassee-based Democrat thinks it is a with accurate mailing addresses. .
: Eckerd (who will oppose Kirk for the We were Just a few days before this purchase. Workers in Bradford County
: futile gesture. He figures this way: We are stilt In tIlls pesticidecontrovp"v. -
crossing this final goal
: Republican nomination) because his include :Marian Garland, :Mary
: Kirk's appeal in challenging the bussing We. who ar asnoMat'rt -
line last May when we had a
Martin Carlton
drug stores give cut rates on medicineto Buby, Barbara
j
:: of children, and ordering school boards single herd outbreak of cholera. n-'th! Q 1'T"1I1ture.! know Hill, and Carolyn Thomas.
the old folks. The rich
:. not to comply, appeals mostly to segregationists Republicans One case was brought into that firm chemicals are still When the first phase has Bv PAIL C. FORAKER

: most of whom are registered solved the school integration problem Florida from out of State last ear hv wivl'toHpn tools. W'th-' been completed, questionaireswill Editor, Information Servires-

; Democrats. long ago by sending their childrento July. It was quickly recognizedand out dvnlcflls. fond prices be mailed to every house-
schools. That leaves iwmtld" jrtcv-rccVet1 and 1 some George P., a businessman papers and magazines'liquor is
private only stopped right on the single hold, to be filled in and returnedby
the ordinary-Joes and "there aren'tvery farm. fN\f' n'rnnlv. wnul not ,be'a1lI1.'e. April 1. Enumerators will frequently entertained his fam often classified as 'the key to

But before the Governor can harvest of them.," Since early In 1968 there have W. nr" hsnov that then check for unanswered ily and friends with vivid talesof glamour and social prest le.

those votes, he must win the Republican many been 98 positive: cases of hog man. 11ka our Pr"vn t. Dr. B. T. questions, or unreturned ques- a business associate. Kids need the straight facts

nomination, and the Democrats cholera In Flor da, Involving York, have won"d Bfa'n the tionaires, and make telephone When this friend got "high"or about alcohol, and they have
: can't help him in the GOP primary.The An interesting theory, no doubt. But 31 counties. These 98 cases accounted dame In making hurried det calls or visits when necessary. "tight" he uas funnier thana the right to be given them.
the Governor has the uncanny knackof ( for 27,910 hogs and c'"I"n.' > bqr 1"4".tl'de'l< on the The field workers will summar- TV comedian according to One of the best booklets recommended

Tallahassee observer doesn't turning political demogoguery to they were all destroyed. 00"1 .of iirm"bstantlated ems ize population figures while George.But by Florida Alcoholic

a think Kirk his advantage and he doubtless had With the progress Florida has tlon,1, ama1a. other information will be sum- one night George's son Rehabilitation Program on the
2 won a great many votes the plus and minus votes well tallied made, and with the threat of SOIL TESTIt marized by the Census Bureau. Gary, came reeling home in a subject; of teen-age drinking is

: among Republicans with his handling before determining of action. re-lntroductlon: Into Florida h** "v *n Q<"H t"9t 'f :wm Since 1790, census enumer- shocking state for a boy 16 entitled "An Important Question
of the school issue. His theory: course controlled movement of swineIs car ft* the ""It. It.. will take ators have visited every house- years of age. Shocked and ." It is factual, pointed, and
There are four groups of Republi- Only time and the actual count at the still thought to be necessary. cure of''''''. YW rp..1"'I11Iy. hold in the country at ten-year heartsick, George and his wife geared to meet the needs of
ballot box next fall will tell the storyjI intervals to make a populationcount today's teen-agers. You
We are proud that we have is to know the np "- s of the held a conference.Said can
had only positive in so1 1Int..* ..,,""1v t>..*... nrd4' by personal Interviews. George: "I'm afraid we have it by merelyriting and
I The Bradford County Bradford County.one We are case proudof with P HnVnir( mst "'1<, l. proner Seeking a less expensive method can't be too severe with Gary asking for it. The address isFARP's

Il the Interest and co-operat'on 'amnnntg. onf n'tf'"II'An, phoirnltvr of doing the job, the Census this first time. After all, I've Information Services
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Bureau is testing the "mail been Box 1147 Avon Park, Fla..
'
Pn1 *>le.nenq. talking about drinking for
T'"I'
of our swine producers and we
lr T"1 fie out, mail In" plan using printed years as if it was all a big 33825. There's no charge.
will make an effort to keep (c (! sni ** out by
1879 you questionaires instead of per- As a P. S. to today's column.
$ advised on progress or changesin Makin-: '' .n'1! test, Planting sonal joke. It's not surprising that
( interviews. Gary has picked some false did you know that children ol
the program time Is Jusft a few days :a1n.Y. All up
will be
questionaires delivered
1' ideas" alcoholics are more likely t:
dhsli6la POULTRY by mall on March 28 become alcoholics themselves

MLMURFLORI God Is not a God of confusion March 10 is fast approaching: My Neighbors Printed instructions will request George was right, and displayed Well it's a fact for three
when we plan to have meetingswith the head of the householdto an unusual amount of
but of peace.-I( Cor insight in his analysis of the reasons:
ESS
show
A our producers. As good as the family status as 1. Poor home environment
14:33)). < of April 1 and problem. Your child's attitude
this March< 10 rrwf'nsr s artinijto return the com neglect and lack of parental
ASS 0'1tr T O N What a joy it is to realize be. we want to be sure that pleted questionaire on that date about drinking will naturally reflect control.
that we can condition ourselvesto everybody: ciMicerfM knows In the future, the census will your own, but it will not

( act and react with the poisewe about this| meeting. We want be taken every five years, instead necessarily be Identical. 2. Example of excessive I

::: so much desire to express. our poultrymen to have one of every ten years, as The impact of adolescence U drinking by parents.
In the past.The often more than a teen-ager can
in to place in mind for 7:30: p.m. on 3.
Never again need we give handle on an even keel. Add Occurrence of mental and
I March; 10 :: E, L. MATTHEWS/ Edltor-Publisber petty irritations; never again alcohol to that precarious bal personality disorders In family
R"Il Ina|
Agriculture la Starke.
Published each Thursday and entered as Second need we speak too quickly act PESTICIDES ance and the results may be lineage which probably predis

,. Clan Matter at the Post Office at SUrke. Florida too hastily. Let us be patientin During the last few days Telegraph disastrous. Yet the pressure on sively posed to parent to react exces
to drink cannot be alcohol and can do
and
encounters a youngster
:: our daily
under Act of March 3rd, 1879.
there has been a slowdown In the same for their children.
ignored denied.In .
or
; Subscription In trade area: 1 year, 5.00; Outside rely on prayer and the Christ th- number of T"JU-otts" for pesticide For Office Supplies Alcoholism is not hereditary

;: trade area: 1 year,- 5.50 spirit of peace and love to permits. Most of our Phone 964-6305 the movies romance and as such. Junior uon't inherit

assist us. farmers, sometime during:: the -.-.ow success are frequently bathedIn his Uncle Ben's weakness for
a glow of alcohol. In news
booze.
"He's a post-nasal drip!

1'AGE 8 TELEGRAPHFEU.. 12, 1970

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In The County: Jndme's Cauai !. I. The Count ".d. .'* Court otllritiliurd N TirF'' OP INTRNlnOJV' TO To rxviTvriox All Interested: TO pnrtlew DID:

Florida.And In l-n>...it. "",,"...e Ao.! County, VlorlUa. I. lU-ml'l'I'I'U Notice; la. KICTITIOIM hereby given NAME that The City Clerk City of Btarke for.
will receive bids
I BHS ByLinesBy File N.! .. 1-13:15: In KH: Estate. ot Mary C. the unclvrBlnrned< under the pro. Florida labor .and materialsfor
In n..: Instate. cf Ann Cnder- Pluuliowsltl, LHceused.NCmeia > vlBlonx of Chapter. 20,933 Lawn furnishing construction, of:
.
CommunityNews .
wood Ulttscll, Deceased.Notice : UK fKOBATE of Florida< Ants of 1941. will SEWER: RfoI.OC"'ATIOY
I Of Filing Petition For To AU Pol-Bun intoroHted In register l t with the Clerk of the TN STATE ROAD 1,'
Final Discharge Executrices The :E:.stale Ut a.ilu: JJecedviU: Circuit Court In And for Brad received until
Joyce Allen I Notice In hereby given that You are hereby nolliled thata ford County, Florida upon 7:00:Rids P. will:NT.be Eastern. Standard
we have filed our petition for written Instrument purportingto proof of publication of this / and
no- ,
IT 1970.
distribution. and for final discharge .- be the Lust Will o>f Mary C.Plethowskl tI,., of the Wc.tltlcua. nunid of time, on February al
--. .. "" ,, I as oo-executrlres. of the. deceased has been TLCK'B riIVK IN.: under which publicly CouncildMeetingllto beheld
the City
estate. of Ann Undorwood Bls.sell admitted to probate In this I am engaged In buslneHS. at R11Soulli .
Friday Feb. 13 after ], deceased. and that on March Court. You are hereby commanded :; Walnut St. Starke, Fla. on that date. applicable
the the
Tornadoes play Live Oak in 10, 11)70. we will apply to the within six calendar months :Mary Brown, Owners, 2117 N. Von may Inspeo and
basketball game when the BUS live Oak. Go Tornadoes! Honorable Theron A. Yawn, tl"Ol1tilt> date o-t the first publication Temple Ave. !Starlte" Fla. drawings documents, specifications nt the office
Tornadoes BEAT* County Judge In and for Brad of this notice to appearIn Dated this. contract
Macclen- Until 10th cl.->v of Febru Rev-
next week. See Engineer.
Arrhlteet
the -
of
you for County. Florida for an order this Court and show uauee.It ary. A. r>. 1 1970! At !btarke, Bradford .. 4019!
and Hills.
Wildcats Smith
Hy Elizabeth Givens Walker ny the "Epics" will around campus! of distribution and for final any you can why the action County, Flit, "-'". 't 1IXVITATIOV .& nol" Center Drive (Post.
be playing at a dance In the discharge. as on-executrlcea of i-f this Court In admittingald nonlevnrd 4S50, Jacksonville.Florida. ..
HOT
the will of Ann Undorwood BLesell \V111 to probate should not stand Office
-- --- - =- New National Guard Armory. KOTICfJ' OF INTENTION: TO deceased.. unrvvoked. S2i01., and nt the officeof
This dance is ItEUleri'KM FICTITIOUS Underwood Smelser. the City Clerk Starke, Flor-
sponsored by -S-Mary Theron A. Yawn County JudgeIn
RECREATION NEWS Rev. George Young. Pastor. NAME .Harriett Uuderwood Levey TO BID Ida. Plans nml rneolfcntlonsmnv
and for Bradford County,
The management! of the Sunday! : School 1/'II.m./ MOrllnl'8ervlce the Senior Class to raise funds Notice Is hereby irlven that Florida.ly All bonded contractors are In.. tie purchased from Heynolrts
for their Senior Class Trip. the undersigned/ under the provisions .sp.1\O. Box cG6reYatS Anneta. \. Andrews. Clerk vlted to ambit bids to the Bradford Smith' and Hills In Jacksonville
Reno Recreation department Is at 11. : Authority
Evenngr enr'oe.> At of Chapter 20,953 LAWSof Keystone Heights, Florida 826. Eugene 10". Shaw County Development Florida.
making: plans for an Invitational 5:30.: All! members and friends this dance the King and Florida Acts. of 1941, will re S6 Attorney for Executrices Hl.'UUNU: F. SHAW: bv: 12 Noon 23 February The City reserves the right to
Queen of Valentine's Day will with Cir 214t 2-28 1970 for an isoo eq. ft. addition waive Informnlltles In nnv bid;;
Ineandrfnr Rrgd 142 Vest Call StreetStaike :
Invite
h cult ,
Tournament. February attend. Authority
be crowned. Court. Florida to Development property to reject anv or all bids In
27-28 in RJE gym. The public GREATER ALLEN CHAPEL ,County Florida upon proof of Attorney for Executor located on State Road 100.Plans whole or In pnrt. with or without
The Senior Class ... be
.
is the can
raising publication 01 tais w..e. and specifications cause an".oto accept the
Is Invited t:) attend: ..this! activity. AME Church. Rev. C. E. Jenkins money for their Senior Class fictitious name of Hampton Recreation In The. Circuit Cnort. Fl, .ti liJinllrlal WO.First Publication: January 29, obtained at Chamber of Commerce bids that In Its ludgment" will\
r .. pastor Center under which we Circuit. In '.\na FolDriKlforil 1-29 it 2.1.. Office 100 W. Call Street' be for the hest. lntere of the
Trip. Suggested thus far for becompleted
are engaged In liuslnrss at Box Stnrke. Florida to City of Starke. Florida.
City League basketball is Services! will begin with BunAy the destination of the trip is $01. Hampton, Florida. ..n for ranntr.DlvOrceCase Florida.Actl DO days from bid CtTY rot'vrtr.OF .
being held each Saturday at School at 10 a.m. Morning' Six Flags Over Georgia where 'William J. DoUKhmnn, P. O. No. 113 Eighth award. TTTr PITV orSTARKR.
Jmx 165. Hampton Fla.Iampton In 'rhe Circuit Court. 2tch 2-12-19 FLORIDA.
9 a.m. In the gym. alao. wa service at 11. the Senior Class would spend : Fl-2__mU3u udlplnl ('Irt'.n And For By Merrill Edwards
need your cooperation. At 3:00: D.m the ChOIr Union: two days and nights. George R. Lane, Cicero "'. (loins Plaintiff vs llrnil'oril CouiKy. Florida. City Clerk
.
Goldie .
rtox 60S. Stnrkf, Fla. Mary Coins Defendant. Action For imuivvCitie
NAACP MEETING win fc*! held 't Maertermv! Allen The Senior Class is now tak- Vated this 14th day of January No. TI:& It 21Ja
The regular me, tlnsr *f the Chapel AME!: Church. All members ing suggestions for their: class A. D. 1979 nt Stal'ke. Bradford NOTICEIn Mildred C. Woodaril, Plaintiff.vs '
d, Defend
NAACP will be held Wednesday' and friendi: invited to at song, class motto, and class County, Florida.1.22 4tp 2-13 FloridaTO The Name Of The State: Of *-"'.- Kenneth'ood..1 I f-------- ,

night in Lake Butler at 8 p.m. >tend. There 'WIll b! a weiner flower. Any suggestions for : The Defendant In the NOTICEIn Of

at Elizabeth, Bapt'st: Church.All 'rot! given for the Sunday these should be turned in to In The CoMiHjJmlitp'i Court. In Coins above-named, WhOM residence aure. Goldie Is Mary Florida The. Name Of The State ft In
School Mary Sue Underhill And For Bradford County, The Defendant. In the A New Course
members and Interested and Junior Church: or Ricky .'Florhl:>. Route 1.Avenue Box 19Haven above TO:-named cause I t tt
persons are Inv'ted .tl) attend. member!' Saturday mt 4 p.m. at Frick. File No. Ablngdon, Maryland* 21000 Kenneth Woodard ne..ldencoUnltnown .
DELL CHAPTER 168 the church. Parents are asked Be sure to come on out Fri In He: Estate Of. Michael Wleerensrd You Are HerebY Notified that I BASIC ELECTRICITY

The regular' meitiTis of Dell to: pl ae be on hand to help day Feb. 13, and support the eholek' Notice P ToCreditors ult between 1 for divorce and of the the marriage plaintiff Suit You for Are divorce hereby of Notified:the: marriage thnt ; t tt

Chapter 168 win be held Thursday supervise' the as they play Mac- To all creditor and dentandaagainetsaid all persons CIC'.roV..you Coins, has been filed between c.O\\-\ l.tO: IMalntllr, t
having: claims or has been
.
:
here and also Defendant by Mildred
night. Feb. 19. In the Masonic Feb. 14. estate. 4nralnet Cicero W.von Qnlns.as Plaintiff In filed nenlniit you, n.. Defendant, 111G1NSFEBRUARY
Hall on Brownlss Street: You, and each of you : are Court and by Mildred C.Voodnrd.; l. n8Pla.lntltf
the above-atyled
at 8 p.m. All members 'are asked hndl'll'n..Let's hereby present notified any claims und. and required demands to cause. your, and defense you. are or required answer to tofile and In cause the and nbovcBtyledCourt you are reQuired | 17th t tt

to ,be present and on time. Go which; ieu.n or either estate of you of, the Complaint as filed therein to file your defense or
may I""t the Complaint, as
Buslns, rf vital Importance. of with the! Clerk of the Circuit answer to the
MlehaelVieecholek, late Cleric of
the
In and for Pradford r GIRL SCOUTS .Let's t Bradford Countv, Florida to the Court, Courthouse Stark. Florida the Circuit Court In and for. liRAUFOHD-UMON" I( AREA t
County Judge of Bradford Coun- Courthouse, t
32A!>1, end nerve a copy thereof< llradford Cnt-n.tv
Grl! Scours Troop 626 will be tv. County Courthouse. In Starke Plaintiffs. attorney. Barton Starke. I lorhl". :S2191. nod serve
delivering! : ccok'es on Feb. 2021. Florida within BX! months from T.upon Douglas' 103 North Maintreet. a copy thereof upon ?Plaintiff Vocational-Technical Center
the date: of the first publicationof P. O. Drawer 122', Gainesville. uttornov, tlarton T. noiiBln 103
All parents are' asked to pmcOlp.ra .
this notice.Such before North Main Street. 1' C) Draweron2or
must. Florida !&,2801. on or t
: !) with your daughterfor claim or demand March 8. 1R70! : nnd. If you fall beforetMarch10,11l970i1001If :
0y Bervey Editor and must state .
Sharpe, be In writing : f
do- Default Jndnrmentwill and Thursday Nights
success In the Crokle Drive. to so. a DefaultJudgment Tuesday
residence and
of post- ,
Florida Agricultural CxUtuloa the place he taken nominal you for/ you fall to tin "r> n
Girl Scout meeting is heldeach office address of the claimant the r..UerI..mand..1 In the Complaint will l>o taken ''fnln"J'

Mon:av afternoon at 5 Servto*' And claimant must, his.ho nK"nt.sworn or to his hy the attorney and thereafter .said cause. you the 'for Complaint.the relief and demanded. thereafter A 7:00: to 10:00( : P.M. t tt

o'clock. AU girls Interested In or It will become voidaccording shall proceed' mv fx html parte.WltnepR and seal of aid cause. ..halllroc'ced ex Part of
sent I
Joln'ng the Scouts may call Like humans, trees need a a touch of professionalism to Each' / creditor to. law. shall deliver1 said Court this 2nd day of Feb- Witness my this hand 2nd day and of February .

964.6683 for Information.BOY hearty; breakfast after a long the task once performed by the sufficient copies of his claimto \ rnarv.Florida A. D. 1970 at Starke, mid Court A. D. 1970 at Stark.e.Plorl.IA. Limited Enrollment t tt

SCOUTS . __ . .._ winter nap.Feeding hoe. It requires less work and mall enable one to the each County personal Judge representative to T-omin D. Green SEAL,). t
AH boys Interested In Joining trees is simple.Start little or no sweat. (8F.ATAn /> ( D.
Court, Inman
Circuit Phone 964-6150
10th, A. D. Clerk of the 'ir.'brl'l1lt: Court,
the Boy So-uh a-e asked ,to the Job with a crowbar or a But don't become overconfi- 1970.Dated January Tn end for Bradford County, As Clerk of Bradford County,
please contact Jlmml Jenkins length of three-quarter inch dent in using the chemicals.This Arthur W. Mllnm Florida.By In mud for t t
could spell doom to beau- As Executor of the Last. Will Virginia F. Darby, FIDrill Virginia-. F. Darby
for Informa on. M!'sting? are pipe. end Testament. of Michael Wlesoholek. A* Deputy Clerk Clerk
held each Wednesday night at For trees with trunks less tiful ornamentals as well as Deceased.. 2-5 4t 2-28 As Deputy 2.5 H 2.YO
the Jenkins Recreation Center than six inches in diameter, the undesirable plants. 1-22 4t 2-13 iel -

punch holes under the entire Growth regulators such as
on Grov, Street. --------------.---------------------1 r-----N------------------,-------.. -_-_
CHURCH NEWSEBENEZER canopy 12 inches deep at 18- 2,4-D; 2,4,5-T and MVP, even ,r-- "" ;; "'-

BAPTIST inch Intervals and apply three in very small amounts, may

Church. Rv Leroy Davis pas pounds of a garden fertilizerin Injure susceptible plants.These LEAN I SIRLOIN
But FRESHGround
the holes. Two applicationsper materials are weed killers.
tor. EunJav:! School. 9:45: : Morn- 1
year are recommended.One remember they cannot distin- 1 1 1
Ing rvlC' 10:45. At 3
!
: p.m.
now and another In the guish between weeds and non- OR RIB
the Junior Choir! will render !
weeds. 1
1
Bong service at Putnam Hall fall.For trees larger than six
for th* Chtfr Anniversary.: Do not apply2,4-Dwlthinsev FOOD
inches in trunk diameter apply 1 1 STEAKSTURKEY
Evening service, 6:30.: Thurs- five pounds per tree. eral feet of sensitive plants-- Beef j

dev night Paver Meeting and azaleas camellias crotons such as most garden plants,
For 1 1i 1 I
Bible Study All members and flowers ornamentals.Cover 1I
hibiscus, gardenias,
friers! Inv'ted! attend. flowers and shrubs with paperor 1i
to and other
shrubs, hedges orna- FAIRSUPERMARKETS
GREATER BETHLEHEM mental plants, make four applications plastic before spraying. Use i i ;; $109LB i

Freewill BiDtlst! Church, Rev. per year. Apply 11/2 extreme care to prevent the 1

Jasper Williams pastor.At pounds of fertilizer to 100 chemical from reaching orna- 1I to

9:30: the pastor! and con- square feet of planting per application mentals through drifting, 1 1I
STepratlon;: will leave! for St. in late spring, sum- leaching into the soil, or by 1 I--------------------

Augustine to render! service for mer, winter and early spring. running on the surface duringa 1 51
of rain. 1 !1 I
Rev. G, G. McArthur. Factor of Water plants, spread the plant heavy shower !
,
Tabernacle Baptist Church. nutrients, and then water the Apply weed killers on a calm 1 -
because wind-blown chemi-
day
Msndav night, Choir No. 1 re plant food materials in. '
1 when Savings Count.,
cals can injure plants all over 1 1 1I
camellias need
Azaleas and
hearsal. Tuesday Choir LBS I
night
No. 3 rehearstl and Usher special acid type fertilizer, so the neighborhood.Even calm. low '.' II DRUMSTICKS I COUNT ON US! ;

be sure to feed them the right on days use LARGE MEATY I
Board No. 1 meeMn. Wednesday I
night PraV!- '"MeOng.. Friday formula or they may become pressure--20 to 40--pounds per 1I I I
square inch and nozzles with SAVE C 'I
fertilizer sick. 2' 9 PRICES 0000 rH.OUGHWIDNESDAY'
rrtht Prayer Band Meet- I I
large openings that put out
need I 1 1
In Annuals and perennials QUICK FROZEN FE8RUJ'RY.18thquontlty
at trw home of sister EllaWeee
coarse sprays rather than fine 1B ...
three applications of one to 1 1 | GRADE 'A- I 1 right r < r d. 1
Shaw. Tha Lad's! C'rcle
one and one-half pounds of mists. 1 1 1 1 I IOV. 1I
will met at the hem? of Sister Before using any chemical--
6-6-6 fertilizer per year for ..
-
Sarah Prince Thursday night. weed killer insecticide
or fungicide -
each 100 square feet of plant-
Dinners! > will b9 sold from the --be sure to read and

kitchen Sattrrrfav night. ings. Killing Weeds follow Instructions on the con- CHUCK POT .... U.S.CHOICE

MT. PISOAH AME ChurcH. Chemical weed control adds tainer. wtri

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Of Sun Due March 7th; Re-enlistment Army Liberalizes RankA Bradford Receives $1.3 Olion:



Observers Warned To Protect EyesA gulat'cns recent provides charts: .! In that Army former re- Annually From Social SecurityBradford

Army nisi can! coma back) Into How quickly can you
total eclipse of the sun-- In the 80-mile wide path of the service! on active duty County residentsare more and more people under
one of nature's most spectacular the total eclipse itls predictedthat under a much more liberal receiving aprroxlmately the coverage.At .
phenomena-- is expected to "stars will come out and policy! of grad determinationthan $1,380,000 annually In monthly the present time, nation- find your 5 most ;;
draw more than five million chickens start roosting." formerly. retirement checks through Social wide, more than nine out of .
scientists and casual observersto The total eclipse will be visi- Until a short 't'me ago mea Security, according to ten working people are coveredby vital! ?
figures released by the Social Social Security nr are eligible personal papers
North Florida and South ble to more than 20 million per- deciding! to Ret track into the
Georgia on March 7. sons, and everyone interested is Army wouIJ:! lose two! grates: If Security Administration. Three for such coverage.
While the Jacksonville area advised to take advantage of they had stayed out over a years ago the annual payments Along with the increase in "
is not in the direct path of the spectacle, since the next and three gradS If they totaled only $987,000.The the number of persons enrolledhas
the total eclipse, it will be total eclipse in this area will year out from two t three number of Bradford citizens : been a significant rise In "
stand >
close enough to provide inter- not occur for more than 200 1 receiving social security benefits going to former work-
esting observation.The yearson July 8, 2187 to be years. continues to rise, with the total ers and their families. .
total eclipse will begin exact. Under the Hbsral'zed! plan now standing at 1,711 former In Bradford County, the ave-
around 1 p.m. and last 196 sec- Persons planning to watch an ex-army man who was! an workers and' their families. rage amount received is now
onds, coming in over the Gulf the eclipse are warned that E-8 or below may be reinstatedto They are benefiting from con- $807 per year, well above the i:
his full !former rark if he tributions made over the years $672 they collected annually r
of Mexico to touch Florida'scoast permanent eye damage may result -
just west of Perry.: It from looking directly at reenlists wlth'n 30 months of through payroll taxes into the three years ago. .
will cross Perry, Madison, and the sun. Ordinary binoculars or his last d'scharffe.! Social Security trust fund Thisis The increase here-- 20 per 'IJI.
Jennings in Florida, and Way- telescopes should not be used Any recruiting sergeant will 16 per cent higher than three centwas greater than the .
cross, Baxley, and Jesup in either. Looking at the eclipse gladly: explain all the Stills years ago when the total was national average, which was 15 ...
Georgia. Folkston and \aldosta through smoked window glassis of,this plan to anyone without 1,469. per cent. The rise in the South
Ga. will be on the edge. dangerous. Smoke may reduce obligation and he will! also explain The growth is the result, for Atlantic States was 17 per cent.
The eclipse will be about the glare but does not the latest; enlistment. options the most part, of changes in the The majority of recipients are
98.7 per cent complete in the stop the harmful infrared rays for schools, etc. Social Security Act, made by retired workers. Others include "
immediate Jacksonville area, that can sear the eyeball. .. Congress from time to time, disabled workers,widows, chil-
where the darkest time-- about Persons without special ,. having the effect of bringing dren, and other dependents. .y,
like twilight will be from equipment may use a simple .4,
1:30 to 1:32 p.m device that can be made at NEWS ABOUTSERVICE Sales Tax Table Food Plots '
home. Take a box, like the '
:
cardboard ones discarded by Shown On 1040 For Wild GameRecommended Your will. Birth certificate. Marriage certificate. .
grocery stores, about 36 inches The deed to your house. Insurance policies. Can you ,
long and 18 inches wide. In one MEN Tax ReturnThe lay your hands on them immediately? Are they safe
FLORIDATHEATRE end, cut a hold about three from fire and theft? You can say "yes"-if you .-,
inches in diameter and cover ,. amount Florida It's plowing t'me for the far- have them in one of our safe deposit boxes. Isn't the .
with aluminum foil. In the cen- deduct for sales taxpayerscan tax on mar! and also time! for the small/, deductible cost worth it in peace of mind?
ter of the foil punch a hole John S. Campen Jr., son of Federal tax returns can be lan- wnr to think of wllJllfa Come in and see what size box you'd like today. r,
about the diameter of a knit- Mrs. L.A. Hall, Hampton, has found In tables printed In the on his land and the supply of
ting needle. At the oppositeend been promoted to sergeant in 1040 tax Instructions. game birds and animals that
of the box, paste a sheet the U.S. Air Force. A.J. O'DonnellJr., District will be available:! for the next
'RI.. SAT.--FEB. 13. 11 I of white paper. Sergeaht Campen, a supply Director of Internal Revenuefor hunting ee&son.
Double Feature When completed, point the specialist, is at Minot AFB, Florida said the tables show The typ! of land management FLORIDABANK
hole at the sun and the eclipse N.D. He is with the 862nd the sales tax deduction by fami- determ'nes the: type: and
{ i will be reflected on the white Supply Squadron, a unit of the ly size and income. abundance of wildlife living!' on ,II:
paper. Viewers may poke their Strategic Air Command, Amer- The table is based on con- tha land, acssrding to the! ,I
heads into the box to follow ica's nuclear deterrent force sumer spending patterns and Game DspaUm!! Csvei 13 as AT STARKEMember ,7
ALL-NEW! ALL-SHOCK! they may cut a peephole to one of long range bombers and intercontinental shows the average sales tax important as food, and plans
side of the foil watch through.A ballistic mis- paid by Florida residents, he should be made for both as '
partial eclipse will be visible siles. said. the land is broken. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
in all 48 states and part The sergeant is a 1966 grad- The sales tax on automobiles Free copIes of the phamp-
of Canada. uate of P.K. Yonge Laboratory purchased is not included in Wet, "Foc3 Plots For Wild One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupSLADE'S
.. in Gainesville, Fla. the table. Taxpayers who bought Game," cbtalned:! by wr'tins' ;
-SportsmenTo cars in 1969 may add deduct- the Florida Game & FreshWater :
ible sales taxes paid on themto I u
Fish Commission, Talla-
Be Heard Army Private Gerald S. the amount shown In the n
'ra Crawford of Company C, 3rd table. hassee, Fla 32304.() .'
Ran 1 By Game Dept.Area Battalion, 1st Brigade has The table is furnished as -
scored "expert" with the M-
a guide for the convenience of
sportsmen will have an 14 rifle here. He achieved his"expert's taxpayers who do not keep detailed -
opportunity to "stand up and badge" by hitting 60 records of payments. r
be heard"! on matts1! 'nf huntIng or more targets out of a possi- Taxpayers who prefer to deduct -
and fishing regulations! at ble 84 while firing on the Train the actual amount of state FEBRUARY .
IM GMEAON IR eowu MITCHELL meetings to be hell l:! by the ing Center's Record Firing sales taxes paid during the
ANNE HELM Game & Fresh Water! F'sh' Range. year should have records as
Commis ion later this month.A Private Crawford Is the son proof of payment, Mr. O'Don-
publ'c!' meeting! will be held of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Craw- nell said.
AND : ford of Starke.
In Gainesville'! on Feb.:! 24, .and:
in Jack! nvl1'". F?b. 25. Sports- Student Choir 30" MODERN COOKING
men are invltPd to aprsar! atetl U.S. Air Force Sgt. CarlosE. To COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
Moss, of Mr. and Mrs. Sing Here
: >"r time and !rive! their suggestions son
William F. Moss of Route Z, MACHINE
!! and cp'nlon on any "Voices from "
Appalachia,
phase of hunting and fishing! Starke, is serving as a refrigeration the 30-member a-cappella PUSH BUTTON WASHER
in Florida The} mp?tlns will and air conditioning choir from Alice Lloyd Col-

also give tie Camm'gs'on: '! an Engineering specialist Squadron with the 3rd a Civil unit lege In Kentucky will appearat MAGIC CHEF ._
opportunity! to !exclaln!: the rur- the First Baptist Church,
of the Pacific Air Forces,head-
po !e cf certain rg! 'laUm'J: Starke, at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
and:! report nn the overall progress quarters for air operations in day, Feb. 25.Specializing. \
of wildlife conservation Southeast Asia, the Far East, in spirituals GAS RANGE .1. -1.-\
and the Pacific area.At presenthe .
programs. is on duty at Bien Boa hymns and folksongs commonto ,: :
Other meetlncr' will be ih"14 the Appalachian mountains, ....... ;r--tf::
;
Air Base, Vietnam. ... ,
._ .
I In all parts cf: Flor'da. nn3 the the choir will also present bal- "....
.
Sgt. Moss is a 1967 graduate :::: -cc ,
eo u I general framen ark f r! the 1970-() of Bradford High School, and lads and folksongs written by r'I' ; 1
JOHN RA DINE MULA RAYMOND. jft 71 huntlntr and flsh'rs regulations served at Nellis AFB, Nevada Abner Grender, director of
cA..+. ,
tl0..i C1UM will be! est'blls': at before going overseas. His wife music at Alice Lloyd. f,
the March meeting of the Com The concert here is part of ,
is the former Eloise Mines.
mission in Tallahassee. a week-long tour of five states. ... --- .
SUN. MON., TUES. The "Voices from Appalachia" \ fF=-=-=ri=r ;ir=- ;} VVMAOIC I II.
FEB. 15 16 17 makes two tours annually as
Tech. Sgt. Earl L. Mauser,
0U&tf whose wife, Mary,Is the daugh- part introduce of a program designed to I.
students to
ter of Mrs. Hilda Thagard of sociological -
(l1 I LLl and economic situations beyond -
c awyIaPlDawCC1 My Neighbors Keystone Heights, is a com- the mountains.
puter technician in the 505th

f. .. .. to' .. Tactical Control Group in Viet
; nam. The unit was recently cited !
(; :l' r, r l for meritorious services a- Jacksonville :
gainst enemy forces in South-
,t E t1.1 12J$111lW\ ( Y east Asia, and Sgt. Ilauser will .
.
t: ( wear the distinctive service -
.../ .....AI"jr < ribbon to mark his affiliation
{ l '1':,. Business HASHER VU I030C 'i
1 with the 505th.
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1 son Navy, son Seaman of Mr and I1aroldO.John-Mrs.JamesII. Directory CHTT Just Push' n Button and it Does The Rest Automat .

....' fl' jt-I 'Q Johnson, of Route I, Starke, Completely Automatic ion!v sets Water Temperature, Washer i
.... ..r ----= is serving aboard the destroyerUSS Cycle, Speed and Spinning! actions 11 PoundsChoice '
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By Enxa Blanchard

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CHURCH United ACTIVITIESGrace Methodist: Sun-A-4

day School, 9:45.: Worship, 11
a.m. and 7:30( p.m. MYF, 6 _
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. _
Thursday.The Children's. Department 'z WAY SAVINGS

of the church attended the cir-
cus in Jacksonville last Wed-
nesday afternoon. Those enjoying : -
the trip were Mike, Susan, 'I
and Richard Muse, Donna and )1 -
Art Green, Jeraldlne and Lori
Andrews, Eddie Boatwright,
Douglas Jones and Tammy and I
Todd Denton. They were accompanied -

by Eugene Starling, .
Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton I ,
and Mrs.the circus D.E. Boarwrlght.they had ham-After STCR ..:, :, :QWER: :t{ .U, jl:', : {C 5\\ ."., ::WEE.SPE, 'f4tS\\, i,.: ',$'&J' [. 'JiE J.::'$::1:4M'pJ: :

burgers at one of the drive-in
restaurants. Quantity Rightt Reterved,
WINN' Dime" SToms INC COPYRIGHT '1970
First Baptist: Sunday School. PRICES GOOD FEB. 12 18
9:45.: Worship. 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Training Union, 6:30.Mid. U.S.
W-D BRAND CHOICE CHUCKROAST
week services Wednesday, 7:30 I.

p.m.Church of God:Sunday School,
10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. and
7:30: p.m. YPE Thursday, 7:30


School p.m.Highland 9:45.: Baptist Worship II Sunday.a.m. TI

and 7:30( p.m. Choir Practice,
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 1 p.m.

Wednesday.We 1 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND TOP ROUND
are pleased to note that
Mrs. Ed Durban, who recently LB.
| underwent surgery in the Univ- ROAST1'
ersity Medical Center. Gaines- :
ville, expects to be able to come _
home one day this week. She +.5 1i.
has been recuperating for a ai..t. MI'rOVIRNMWTu
few days at the home of her U. S. CHOICE
and Mr.
son daughter-in-law W D BRAND USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND SIRLOIN

and Gainesville.Mrs. W.L. Durban, in Ground Beef 3 &. *i 69 Tip Roast . LB $139USDA

Cheryl and Angela Boyett attended -
a party in Jacksonvillefor CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF CLUB OR USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND GROUND

Lisa Durbancelebratingherbirthday anniversary on Satur GOLD MEDAL Sirloin Steak LB. $119 Round Steak LB 98cSELFRISING

day. The honoree's sister, De- .
nice, was co-hostess with her or PLAIN USDA CHOICE W D BRAND OVEN READY E-Z CARVE USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF NEW YORK

mother, Mrs. Mack Sanders. Rib Roast LB.X109 Strip Steaks $139USDA
Colter . LB
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. ,
winter residents of Keystone CHOICE W.D BRAND BONELESS USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF BONELESS

and Heights Mrs., were George calling Tribe on Mr.and FLOURLimit Rump Roast. LB. $139 Rib Roast . IB $149
Miss Enza Blanchard last
Thursday.Mr. USDA CHOICE W D BRAND BONELESS W D BRAND QUICK FROZEN((20))PATTIES
and Mrs.Jack Wainwright
Round Roast. LB.98c $199
and family of Waycross, Ga. Hamburger 2-1/2Lb..
were Sunday dinner guests of 1 W/S5.00
or more purchase
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright.Mr. excluding cigarettes
and Mrs. Avery Green
and family of Jacksonville vis- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS
ited Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anderson

Miss Sunday.Priscilla Tanner of ROUND STEAK
'
Tampa spent the weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.S.

Tanner.Supper guests of Mr.and Mrs. 39 ASTOR INSTANT
Mitchell Brown were Mr. and
Mrs. J.M. Harrison of Gaines- UJ DhCOVIINMlMT
ville on Friday and Mr. and
Mrs. J.L. Tyson of Waldo on LBS.
GIAOffV
Saturday.Mr. .
recently. and visited Mrs. Oscar relatives Carter in OFFEE (U. S. CHOICE 93L I

:Miami Florida.and other points InSouth

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank LB.
Cruce during the weekend were
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Duncan of
South Carolina, Mrs. Marvin
Cruce and children of Augusta STOKELY TOMATO 'I
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Linzy of Gainesville. The occasion -
was a dinner for Eddie
Cruce, who is home on leave JUICE 6-oz. ie
after finishing boot training. 59
After 20 days he will return JAR
for further training. E 512[ t:
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D. : ReO
Dobbs was Burney Dobbs on OCOMA ASSORTED MEAT
Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs.
Burney Dobbs on Sunday all

of Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. Louis L. Malleaof

Jacksonville were visitingher SALTiNES 2 9 EMNNB
parents, Mr. and Mrs.B.F.
Heiken, during the week. Mr.
Mallea will leave for Vietnam
in the next few days. l-LB. 46 OZ.
Miss Lois Hodge of Starke 19
spent Sunday with her brother BOX CAN
and sister-in-law Mr.and Mrs. CHICKEN
Henry lodge and sons.
Bobby Norman and son, and No. 1/3 Cant CHICKEN OF THI SEA CHUNK
Melson Privett attended the 4-Roll Pkg. LILAC Whit. or Attorted BEEF
stock car races in Daytona Tuna Flsh..3/I. <
Bath Tissue 39
on Sunday. . . TURKEY
Mrs. Bertha Stucky was a
No. 303 Can LIBBY CS or WK
weekend visitor of Mr. and mayonnalse..39' 3c
Mrs. L.P. Rafuse.IF Gold Corn .5/95'
. .
10.1/2.oa. THRifTY MAID ALL FLAVORS EACH
No. 303 Can STOKELY
WE DON'T HAVE 1*
....0 get it for you. Offloe SOUpS..1 0/$1. Fruit cktail..A/I.

Supplies, Furniture, Equip 1.1/2-L" Loaf DIXIE DARLING BUTTERMILK
ment. Bradford County' No. 303 ConTHRny, MAID CALifORNIA
Telegraph. Iread..2/49*
Tomatoes.5/l.
!. The Cnnntr Jmlite'ia, Court. ID Gallon
Jug WHITE ARROW
And For Bradford Count, "1.1''- No. 303( Can THRIFTY, MAID Gr..n lima or LIllY Cut
....
In Re. Eitntw of Waddell A. Arrow Bleach 29* Green Beans
XValare, Deceanrd.FIAL, Sr.". a-k-a. W. A. Wallace 5/l.
NOTICENotice
la l hereby given that
the Executor herein on tho 28th
day of January' A. D.. 1970,
lied a final 1 acrovmtintr of Ira Half Gallon. SUPERBRAND SHERBET or LARD FRESH HEADS
admlnt traU -n or the estate of ,1 '" U. S. No. 1 REGULARPOTATOES *
ceased Wadile.l,ant :Ncaecela Sr.further. d. ;. I Ice Cream. ... . .. ... 59 Lettuce.. .. .. .. .. 2 HEADS 3ge
given that after publication of ;mot ,. Half Gallon THRIFTY MAID VINE RIPE

Tour thin notlre connt-putlve will he onre made each week tOo the week. application Hon-few ,,; ; I Ice Milk. . . .. . 49* Tomatoes . . . .u.29

Judge nmlile of Thuron Hrndford A. Yawn County., Count FlorIda 'w, r ''r f| 6-01. Can HI-ACRIS WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY RED or GOLD DELICIOUS
for approval of laid ac 9 *
otuthenFInrldatNatlonal dl Bank char. .of e C Orange Juice..6/99c Apples. . .. .. 13/$1.
Jacksonville a. Executor of al o SOFTMargarine I Quart BIRDSIYI SWEET, JUICY
estate The Flnrld. National Bank Of 1 *
JaVkaonvllle.\ r Of The Estate Florida.Of Aa Waddell Execttt 1O LB. Cool Whip. . .. .. .59 Oranges..5 BAG 59
A. Wallace. Sr..Deceased. BAG MRS. PAUL'S 1-Lb. CELLO BAG
By: Fred J. Thompson :Jr.
nuU Oftletr 3 1 *
i.t 5t 2.U Lbs Fish N' Chips..PKo.6ge Radishes . . .. 2/29

:{:h'r: :::};+,+,:{{::71:1; :y4'.er%{+70'J:+YAY/lADI LGLASS ----
........ .
1 RED EMPEROR GREEN GIANT Mill; Veget.Cream.. or
f \ Ex.--RA.. EXTRA :: 99' Niblets (orn.. 3/$1. ( .h"i .X.TR t i-iI I--EXTRA :

.1 1. FOR EVERY PURPOSE | 1'1 .d7l,....GREEN.......-STAMPS M......Nw I 4'M GREEN STAMPS Grap.es..4 LIS. ESKimo STICKS nor STICKLESS PIE ,: I I ...1'j..t ..GREEN...... ....STAMPS.w'. _. _. : d7l-,GREEN,!.?. OH: V STAMPS*wt* :
. 13 Ot 0119 SOUTH '
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:::: $ :1t, SWEET CHIPS fJIY NESTLE,QUIIC SUPERBRAND hob, Fla. Or. "A" 12-oya. Can WELCH' : /f STEAKETTES :i ACRE PEAS :
GOOD fHHU GOOD rHR '
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Held Mr. Kate Dixon Services Held : .-

For R. C. Kersey Funeral ServicesIn For Paul Underhill, ;:: :, ,,,: : ',' ;', '"" (( (7 a / i;) (3 .' .

In Church of God Sapp Cemetery "
Dupont EmployeePaul : .
,:2 '.. ...
Robert Cecil Kersey, 49, of Mrs.Kate Thornton Dixon Ti : 99
Stark, ,died Thursday Feb. 5. of Starke. died Fr'day.' Feb. S. Underhill, 55, of Starke, 4.;, l/lJJd dlf1iJtf !tJllr
!1lJf/t fJll1gf
after a ruddin illnsfs. He was In a local hospital after an extended died hospital Saturday after a In sudden a Gainesville illness ;;"lt fJJ1't !? (

:born In S'arke! on Jan. 25. 1921.: illness. She was born in lie born in Bradford County
World War II County on May 1. 1895, was -
was' a veteran of Baker
t; on Oct 27, 1914 and had
ani: a member 'of the Churchof !ithe daugh' of the late Jcnaa: lived here all his life lie wasa
Gcd. Hs was employed: at ani: Martha Jane Bryant heavy equipment operator for '
Sunland Tra&ing: Center, Gainesvllle. Thornton. She was R member cf)' the DuPont Company for the

the Church cf) Christ. past 22 years, and was a Bap- CIIURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
his w'!fe, Grace; Surviving Is one brother!,, Morning School. 9:45: a. m.
Surviving are EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School.! a.m.;
Kersey Staike; three daugh Jchn Thornton of Jacksonville! tist.Surviving are his wife, Julia CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Hlghway.I2 N.orJmWt of? Morning Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth
ters. Mrs. Sheila Cox. Panama and several nieces: and ne Underhill, of Starke;one daugh- LATTER DAY SAINTS Lawtey.) \ Service 11 a, m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer: Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prc--
Sunday
City and Rena ana:: Vicky Kersey. phews, Including: : Mrs. Anti ter, Mrs. Glenda Young, Wash- 1404 E. Bessent Road Morning School ipajn.' service. 6:00.tVzdnesday: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday t.ce. Wednesday: 8 p. m.

Starke; two sons Mike Mae Morris of Starlce. with ington D.C.: two sons, Vernon 1404 East Bessent !tel.SundaYPr1esthood. Night Worship Service,, 11:15.6:30.--Rev.: : Sunday :: : Worship service 7 :! -Rev. J, C. Saunders pas"AIORGAN ..- Rev. Robert D. Burch I

Kersey. S'arke: and Rcbsrt Ker. whom' she made her home. Underhill Winter Haven, and R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m, Minister Jack P. Bell.HAMPrO.N '
.ey. with the U. S. Navy in Funeral services were held! Reginald Underhill, Starke; his 8:30: ( a.m, \ iio.u CHAPEL: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
New Jersey; four brother at 2 p.m. Saturday at the mother, Mrs.Margie Underhill; Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament ..-- --- sunday-9:45: a, m Sunday Highway 100-A
Earl of ForU Walton Beach: graveside in Sapp Cemeterynear one brother, Jack Underhill; 6 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST : CHRISTIAN School 11:00: a. m. Morning
Jimmy: Daytona Beach; Junior! Ralfora: :! with the min'sterof and two sisters, Mrs. Hazel MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning CHURCH Worship 6:00: v, m. Training: Sunda, School 10 am.I"l.n.
and Ceorgs!! Kersey both of the Church of Christ offi Paulk and Mrs. Gladys Ed- Tuesday! -PrImary 4:30: p.m. Worship. 11 a. m. Pre-Services Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. Union. 7:00: p. m.: Evening WorI ing Worship, 11. Training Union

Slarke. ; five: sisters Mrs. Bertha elating wards, both of Starke; eight Wednesday Relief Society (Booster Band. Young tog Worship at 11. Evening I i .ship.. 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Beck Mrs. Hazel Casey. Interment was In Sapp Cemetery step-children and nine grand- 7:30 p.m.JORDAN. People and Prayer Service). 6 Worship, 7. James Shaw.Pas'tor. Wednesday-7,Jo Prayer Ser- 8. Wednesday Player: Meeting,
Mrs Margie: Schaefer. and under the direction of De- children. p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. vices, 1st Md 3rd Wednesdaynight1:00 8 p.m Rev. Don Di'\\dj--,

Mrs. Willa Hayes, all of Starke; Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. Funeral services were held MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Wednesday : p m. Family night Pastor .
Anderson Daytona at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Jones 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D., CHURCH
Inez BROOKER BAPTIST
and:: Mrs. BAPTIST MISSIONU.
Memorial Chapel with Rev. G.E. : LAKE BAPTIST
KINGStEY
pastor Airpark Baptist Church .
Beach. Cecil E. Leach Crowell officiating. Intermentwas S. 301 North, behind Ta BROOKER. FLA.
held Temple'putor.. ",Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morn
Funeral services were in Crosby Lake tee Frees Drive In. Sunday ReJim Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training
in the Services Held Cemeterywith School 10 Ron Ing Worship 11:00: a.m. EvenIng -
at 10 a.m. Saturday DeWitt C. Jones Funeral School 10 a.m. Worship 8eJ'ovice HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday am. Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
Starke Church of God with Rev. 11 and 7 Pray There&sat Bristol, Superintendent:! Training Worship 7:00 p.m.: Wed. Worship 11 Evening Worship
At Kingsley Lake Home in charge of arrange- a.m. p.m. (Highway 100 at 6:43 Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study a.m.;
Inter- Union : p.m
y. W Kldd officiating. ments. er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday, Sunday School-10 a. m. 7 pm.; Prayer Meeting
Director. Worship 7:00 Study Book ol
on
Douglas p.m.
went was In Dyal Cemetery under Leroy OUve pastor; E. L. Morning Worship-11 a. m. 7:30: Wednesday.: ;'
DeWitt C. Cecil E. Leach, 47, Starke, Services 11 a.m., 730.: Lavern Psalms. C. J. Sheffield Pastor'Everyone ,
direction: of Or1f associate pastor. Uulon 6.30: m. Pastor Rev Robert West.
died Saturday In the Veterans Services Held l Training p. Outlaw, music dIrector.HEILBROSN Welcome.FIRST :
Funeral Home. WOI'shlp-7:15: m.
Jones at Gainesville aftera Evening p.
Hospital sudden Illness.He For Rosa D. Green, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST :NEW RIVER BAPTISTS
BROOKER -7:30: p. nR v, Merle HIGHWAY 16 N.
was born In Starke on CHURCH. CHRISTIAN CHURCH : School 10 a, m. Morning
,Mrs. Maggie Gunter March 12, 1922 and had lived Lifelong ResidentMrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. WorShip Packhatn, pastor Sunday School. 9:43 a. m. Sunday Service: Sunday lnCay Worship 11 a, m. Training

Services HeldIn here all his life He was a Services U a.m. and 7 Morning Wo/shlp. 11 Training School 0:45: 11, m. Morning Wor Union. 7 p. m, Evening Worship
Rosa 76
Driggers Green. ,
maintenance engineer, a vet- p.m. Training Union 6 p.m.- GKHVM BAPTIST CHURCH Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Srlc ship. 10:4.: u. m. Evening Service 8 Wednesday night ser
widow of Adam! T. died: p in.
Dyal Cemetery eran of World War n, and a Tuesday' Bradford Green Rev. Lacy Con"' v pastor. Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning \ :, 7:30.: Midweek: Prayer Service 6:30: p m. Midweek Service vice 7:30: p. m, Everyone wel-

member of Laura Baptist County Woiship.: 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30. Wednesdny:: 7:15: p. m. come-L. L. Parker, p&stor.
Mrs. Maggie Gunter. 80. of Church. Hospital after a long Illness. m.-- Rev. Fred Johns pastor. Rev L. Tommy Howe, Pastor -Charles Reese, minister
CIIfRCH; : OF GUD42Z
She born In Biker. County
Sunday in a Gainesvllle his wife Alice was .
Starke. died Surviving are .rke. -
St St
N. St. Clair ,
on June 26, 1833, the daughter
hospital after a lingering Jackson Leach, of Starke; five
Sunday School! 10 a. m. Worship
cf the late Jobe and Annie Denmark
::
bcrn In Clay daughters, Mrs. Lamar Green
illness. She was
Services 11 a. m. i.fl.d 7:30: p.
1 1889. the Raiford Miss Fay Leach, Drltgers.\ She was a lifelong -
Crunty on March ; m. Prayer Meeting Friday. 7:30:
daughter cf the> late Frank and Gainesville; Mrs. George Lew- resident! of Stake, and a ,. We all thrill to a. .
y, W. KId: pastorFIRST :
Sarah Nchols! Starling.Surviving is, JoAnn and Donna Leach, member of the First United p.m.-Rv.

are live daughters, all of Starke; one son, CecilE. Methodist! Church. TUNE
Mrs. Laura McRoom. of Cypress Leach Jr., Starke; his parents Surviv'ng'! are three sons. Robert ASSEMBLY Of GOD FAMILIAR
Fla. Mrs. Ruby Mooraand : Mr. and Mrs. Otis E. G.. HerStsrt:: A., ana:! JamesA. OF STARKE
;
Glisson Leach; two brothers, Jimmy Green: two daughters Mrs. Weal Weldon St. and Raiford
Mrs. Gesrgann Mrs.: Dolly Mun- and Lester Leach; and one sis- Dan Page and Mrs. A. W. Road /It ,- +o" -'"nrthmic ,mmfoMinu. ::. .mil |>liM-mi:: t" li-trn t I" run limitiun : \''
both of Stark: Rcs- ter, Mrs. Mabel Swanson, all Reese; two brothers Tate and Sunday School: luuo: a. m, '

roe. of Milton Fort:: and Pierce:: Mrs.; two\ of Starke; and three grand- Willard Alvarez; four asters, 11:00: a. m. Moaning Worship; 4.,'> '4 -- \\ m-ii |'il.i\ei! .I| l by ,iaial|' le .niit, -, Tlir",' tune- < "m m.iki- "ni' iiiniclinrli -
etta Shiver. 7:00p. :
Services
C. A. ;
m.
6:00: p.
children.
Gunter Jr. and T. Mrs. Edna: Stone Mrs. Chester
Eons David Funeral services were held Crawford Mrs. Thelma Dyal in. Evangelistic Services. \, ''aik',,, MI irleaunt, niHrninif. *, nf rlaxjrinu' h\'. :.uirl I .\ti\-"' '\\\IJ.:
Starks.
L. Lee. both cf> Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. MidWeek -
at 2 Tuesday in the Kings-
held at p.m. all of Starke ani Mrs. Marvel ,
services were
'
Funeral Friday In Jones Memorial ley Lake Baptist Church with Warren Gainesville Also surviving Prayer Meeting.Rlchnidso'n.SMYRNA o} 11- I iw wI'.u' I; 'h :Miml.ixxe h.ixi fir 'P1"| | nrtunitx' '" In ''inlli' l lli
10 a.m. Rev. Donald Willis officiating Pastor: Lester F ?
are ten grandchildren
A. F.
with Rev.
Varnes Chapel officiating. Intermentwas Interment cemetery with was DeWitt in the C.church Jones and ten great-grandchildren.:! : MISSIONARY 4,'" .I lit I",,,M-.Hlllllir: rif l dllll'-! XtHlll, liml ''It\ -li''''I'X nf fillll'-, LKM 1 I',\. t'l-l,
direction 'Funeral services were held at
in Dyal Cemetery.under
Funeral Home in BAPTIST CHURCH
charge.
of DeWitt C. Jones Pun It a,m. Thursday }In Jones" t>33: W Pratt St Sunday sere 'I.i ,\" ii-nrl" '''lui'h I :Minrlamil: i-inm \\.hil'in"', | (r 11.will l ,\\\wt\ ,''?,
Memorial Chapel with De-
Rev.
cral. Home.Frank :Ices: buiiU.iy School 10 a. m
Witt T. Farabee ani Rev. V. J.
.
Fonnie Crews Pre-act.lnSl. 11 A. m. Training. -
Ragsdale officiating intermentwas :
Jnivii.; 3:43: p. m. E\oitlr.tf. Wor-
Thomas Former New River In Crosby Lake Cemetery. hip, 7pm, Everyone welcome. rx

-Elder A. O. Flyna pastor
Services HeldIn
Resident: DiesFonnie Hunting[ Guide Seeks 11
Union Church CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS

Crews, 56. died! Monday Qualified) ListingsThe CHURCH 3aI
Frank Thomas. 77, of Route In the Veterans Hoso'tal'' Sunday School. 10 am.
2, Starke. died: Tuesday in Bradford Lake Cltv after a brief illness. National Rifle Association Worship Sr\ce.! 11 a.m. IBa. X
: County: Hospital after a He was born 1n B-adfsrd: Ccun- is developing a directoryof Evening Service: 7 p.m. s-
lengthy Illness. Born: on May ty and had:! lived' !! in the New North American hunting Friday Night Cottage Prayer .tgyal

20. 1892, he was a lifetime resident River area until five years ago guides outfitters and hunting Meeting V
of Bradford County a retired when he moved to Lake City. camp; operators for hunters. To Thursday Night. Prayer
.. Mr. Crews wa employed as Meeiin: in church 7:30: pm.
farmer and a Baptist. complete: the task NRA is
Surviving are his wife Ethel an electrician with the CommonwMith seeking applications for free Youth. Service Tuesday night ,,1 r v ih

Green Thomas; three sons, El'ctrlc Co. laGnln listing from qualified hunting 7:30: p.m.Ivy ;
Ovid. Nathan D., and Kerby vll) for several years. service personnel. Luke Pastor

Thomas: four daughters Mrs. Surviving is me son, Donate
Gladys Newmans Mrs. Lucille: Crows with the IT. S. Armv. NRA invites applications. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Knowles, Mrs Clara Mae Owen Funernl serv'r were hH] at from all qualified guides outfitters CHURCH STARKE

and Mrs. Louise Hernandez: 10 a.m. TMi'sdnv In the Bran- and camp operators Holy Eucharist. 8:30: a.m.,
" two sisters. Mrs. Sade' Thomas n-nt. Horn? Chanel.] Lake Butler. servicing hunters; for inclusion hat 2nd, and 3rd Sundays. 4th

and Mrs. Ode Green, all of Burial was in Crews, Cemetery. in the directory contact: Sunday: Morning: Prayer.

Starke; 13 grandchildren and Cliff Morrow Hunting and Church School, 10 a.m. Family
seven! great-grandchildren. O. M. Yarborough officiating. Conservation Director National Service at 11
Funeral services were held at Interment was in Dyal Cme'tery Rifle Association 1600
2 p.m. Thursfay In Union Prim with DeWitt C. Jones Fun'Rhode Island Avenue Northwest MADISON STREET .(hunt "it Cod I oppointid, ogtnir ,in Mir,' world lor tpifodin' I Iht kno*',dj.ol Mil Ion . .oral Home in charge BAPTIST CIIURCII lot to ihol I lot bi lotting, hit" niigMior, Without,
itive Baptist Church with ElJer:: Washington, D.C. 20036."We're tat man and ol Hi demand man lo itipond
Opportuntes: : for servlcs: thit grounding' ,in II'. lovt ol God, no govtmminl' 'lotitlj" 01' way ol "lift wtll, long :; y
Sunday School: 9:45: a.m. ptruvir.. and thi Irprdomt whiih" wt hold' ,e dta wd, ntvitoblv ptnth Therelori, ...n .
Morning Worsh'o at 11. Youth from o ttlfitr, point, ol view. one thoutd support the ( ullh lor 'the taht "' (tie wlllartol r;
Chair: Practice 4:30.: Youth Pel- hirmell, and hit" lamilv, Beyond (hot(, however. every pa son ihouid uphold' and par '
lowshlp supper 5:45: : Tra'n'ns'! '! lilipote' ,in tint (hutch become it. tellt (tin. 'rulh about mon i Me, dtoih' and, dtilint,, the jfrlJ' \
Union. 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Cir truth wh.h. olont nil let him fret to I'live 01 o ini'd' 01 l God .
in winter. Iou *". ,
warm cle 7:30.: 7:15: ; Evening Worship

Wednesday Fam'ly' N'ght
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cool in summer"Two 8:30: pm. Prayer K3tng.! 7:30.:
Church Choir Practice' 830.:
Denton Sumrall. Pastor.

comforts in one with flameless electric faversCyce air conditioning FIRST UNITED METHODISTCIIURCH WILLIAMS BRADFORD STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES

STARKE Inc.
Sunday! --Chu-ch School: 9-43.: JEWELRYOfficial ABSTRACT CO. ,

Morning WorshIp' at 11. MYF Featuring Ace Hardware
Snack Supper 6pm. MYF Better Service For Your
Meetings 6:30.: Evenng Wore Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies
ship. 8.Monday. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods

-.. Girl Scouts.: 3:13.: BULOVA WATCHES "Check With Us First"
MYF Weslynn Sub-District Abstracts
Banquet Fellowship Hall. 7 142 W. Call St. Starke 219 Washington St. 864-5270)

A i/ ) p.m. Phone 964.7064 Title Insurance
i3 Tuesday: Brownies! 313.:
J WednedayChl1dren's Choir 153 W. Call Ph. 964.6881

Rehearsal, 3:30.: Church L'br-
i-...". tl ,.....1 ary Open 3:15: to 5 pm. Prayer STARKE "66"SERVICE
*
_
4 Meeting; and Bible Study, FAULKNERGULF

7:30.:
w < ..-.... Thursday -Girl Scouts. 3:15.: Bill Edwards Ph. OT4-7231' SERVICEAND
i ii Youth Choir Rehearsal 7 pm.

Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: Tire Tm-lng Gw

Saturday. 10 a.m. ConfirmationClass. : Headlight Adjusting! # U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
"
DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Brake Service

Wheel Balance and ..- Trailer
llt --"
f
Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.611121HR Complete Lubrication

r K.IJ4 Bertha M. Groves PROMPT ROAD SERVICE WRECKER SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups

Dies In Orlando; AU Minor Repairs 1011 N. Temple Avenue

Services HereMrs. Hlway 301 and 100
617 N. Temple Av C Starke PHONE 964.5899

: Bertha M. Groves 68, *10 S. Temple Starke
widow of William! H. Groves
died Snndny in Orland after a BRADFORD COUNTY

brief illness. She was born in TELEGRAPHOFFICE FLORIDA

Bradford County on Dec 16,
Electric Reverse-Cycle air extra cost of separate heating and 1901 the (Jfttieht-r of the late EST

conditioning is the cleanest safest cooling systems. Wlll'am( and Ida Willis Harnags. SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery

cheapest way to heat and cool your home Flameless electricity eliminates fumes. She had lived with her son In TYPEWRITERS OHTROL

for ideal comfort. smoke soot and odors. No fuss no Orlando since 1968. and Market
SUrvivIng two sons. Ed- ADDING MACHINES
Gives you constantly freshened muss...just dial for year 'round comfort ward Groves. Stirke; and Earl Groceries Meats Feed A OtlalIGt. co.
filtered air in a quieter more as you like it...winter or summer. Groves. Orlando: two daugh -

healthful home! See electric air-conditioning tern Mrs. Nna! Mae Jamison, PHOTOCOPIERS: from $9980 GAS AND OIL
your
Kl'S'mmee.!' and Mrs. Irene to $623. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
!
One compact unit saves space and the contractor or appliance dealer today of work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
Murfmth. Orlando: three sisters piper Phone 964.5745 for FREE
Mrs. Elv'! McRae, Starke: Starke
LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South -
:Mrs. Allle Dbbs. Lake City; Inspections and Estimates

: and Mrs. Verda Dobbs Fort ENVELOPES PHONE 964-5312
I=I=IIZ.. Pierce Also surviving are 18 PAYROLL

'. A,0. 00AM iw1 ;ov..n. grandchildren CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc.
'
".,.,..c. ." ,a h1aoa Funeral 'services!' 'were held at
2:30: p.m. Wednesday'!:!' in the De-
Live Better
Members
Our
Witt C. Jones chapel with Rev Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping

Don Honacer: officiating.! Interment Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Services
was in Dyal Cemetery.! ,
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I'AKE 12 TELKMtAI'HFEB.. 12, 1970
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And Licenses Council
a fish supper: Saturday, Feb. Occupy

Greenville Rolls 14, frcm 5 to 7 p.m. at the pcst

\\-Keysfone home on Highway 21. Just By Barbara Hill!

Hi/itesl north of Keystone: Heights. A request for a building per- tion center,with two pool tables just having refuse hauled off
By JIM Tickets are $1 per: Plata and mit for a service station on the two pinball machines, and soft or lesser fire insurance rates

Please Phone In Your Over KeystoneThe may'''be c.Ma'nsd frcm any southeast corner of Lawrence drink machine. He stated that would either one be worth the

member: of the post, or at the Blvd. and Highway 100 was referred the center would be openedat $37 per year taxes.

door.vvvY'vvvvyvvvyvmlvv'. to the zoning commis- 3 p.m. weekdays, 2 p.m. Concerning drainage, three

The Keystone: He'ghts' Wom to show our apnrec'.s'lon! by at- Greenville Bucs con But then Grayson, who is sion, and an application for a Sundays, with closing hours at cement drainage ditches needto

an's Club will sponsor: a Assert. tenfl'ng' t">H program. tinued in contention for averaging 31 points a game recreation center license was 10. on school nights, and H p.m. be cleaned Mr. Watkins

card party at the clubhous?, Mrs. William Llnetack. who\ Suwannee Valley Conference to find the and granted by Keystone Heights weekends< R.L. Watkins reminded stated, and a bulkhead was rec-
began range
Friday.! Fab. at INDIAN BEACH Council Tuesday night, in ommended for the stream on
cn 13. starting will bs remembered as the former City him that according to
basketball honors within
by rolling the Indians rallied to
12:30. Ressrvallona to requests at the \ Nightingale Street, to keep hea-
: : should 'be !! Miss Carol Gardner 's en. response Florida Statute 849.06, for any
made with Mrs. Kenneth Liargert. Joying a 10ay vlst! with her! over the Keystone Heights Indians two points midway into the (Lab Banta F.) meeting. one under 21 l to enter, he must vy rains from washing out

at 473-3035. Donations will parents. Mr. and Mrs. Quincey 69-51 behind Mike I fourth quarter. However Bjl Michael H. Chlttyfit. Occupational licenses, the have a permission card, signedby streets and property The Clay

be $1 for each admission.WOMAN'S Gardner of Lakevlew Drive. McHargue's 25 points here Grayson's 13-point fourth 470-2171: municipal airport, drainage ditches his parents and notarized) County Electric Co-op has volunteered

: GOLF Mrs. Lineback. who Is prerenlly'livIng Friday night.Greenville quarter barrage (he finished and repairs to the city with the exception of) those with to install poles for
&AAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAA.. hall took up the remainder of their married the bulkhead, he said, to be
The monthly luncheon meet- In Klng'port. Tenn.! while with 21)) wasn't enough. parents, or ser
now 15-4 and 9-1 the meeting discussion. reinforced with creosoted tim-
vicemen.In .
Ing of the Keystone Heights Greenville cranked its offense -
tourof up
:her husband Is serving
WGA was held at the golf duty In Thailand with a the in conference play, employeda and roared to an 18-point Gurgle, gurgle, bubble, bubble -.. Quick street repair followinglast summing up action on the bers. The city voted to fur-
) tight zone defense that if you lived closeto week's heavy rainstormwas airport, Huntley Redfearn Jr. nish needed materials and labor -
course Thursday afternoon, Armed Forces. Is a radiology: was unable to margin in a wild finish our lake, then you had commended, and the same recommended that the Hunt Club to finish the job, and to
Feb.! 5. There: were 42 members Keystone
technician and Instructor at With Keystone'sace Greenville also won the trouble. Yes friends anybodywho rainstorm brought to a head change the time of their lease, build baffles in the drainage
.and In
guests attendance! for H:.lston Valley Hospital King- penetrate.outside shooter Sandy junior varsity game 42-35. lived very close to the need for roof repairs at from February to February, instead ditches to keep sand, oyster
the meeting anl delicious!
sport. Big or Little Santa Fe surely had the municipal building. of the previous dates of shell and trash from flowing
luncheon. which was prepared Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henderon :! Grayson unable to connect, GREENVILLE 6.3.5' McHarau- Murray. 12.I 45tJlRMVM .23; Me troubles last week with all that Difficulties in placing the proposed September to September. The into the lake.

by Mrs. Huntley Redfearn! Sr. as rsorsfentatlve\ of 'the the Indians were sitting ducks Gulr, 2......;).69.KEYSTONE Shcrrod. 3-0-tl Brown 1-O.2. high-water. It must have been First Baptist Church lease change was requested by In other business, Ernest

and Mrs. Mike Rsdfearn. Keystone He'ghts Areo Cli-b, for the Bucs. The visitors Totltlt' HEIGHTS Or y
The hostesses used a Valen- enjoyed a 'flv-in" at the New worked a 14-point intermissionlead III Wall 3-21; Warren 3-0-4, Burner house before it quit rising. The lot line have led to a proposalfor for the hunting season, and the granted a raise from $1.60 per

tine motif to decorate the River Ranch Acres 30 miles up to 20 points in the l-o-Jj Co Totals,Ullo: jo-ll-Sl.4.l.l. Ltlno 1-0-J Blsaidalall5i edge of the water on a calm moving the dirt street behind motion was passed by the coun- hour to $1.75. Several names

party room.Following. east of Lake Wales, on Sunday third quarter. OrtMivlllt II 11 It IS 4Kaynona day, couldn't have been much the present church auditorium cil, at a charge of $250 for the were mentioned to fill vacancies -
the lunchson Pre- Hcglhtt it u t JO SI 10 feet from
afternoon. more than our but this should firs) year. on the zoning commission,

slder.t Los! Walker presided, Voncile Ketch and Blll'e' ---. _. ... .uuuuuuuuuuuu.u.. front door. That was just the be agreed on by the Lawrence Water in the city hall last and these are to be
business meeting. New ::;::::;:;: : : : : : : : &<< '=;:;;;;;:-'O;;;"':::> :::::;:; ::;:;:;':::* lake water. We had rain water Development Co. and the persons
over a Danis are now back on the golf week, leaking down side walls, approached. Gay Livingston
members, who: were welcome course after their recent Ill wsssssasfsssaisNews standing all around us, but were church, the council decided.S.E. outside front and through air- brought up the safety hazard

to the organization; by the pre. nesses. Notes 1 fortunate compared to many McKay presented plans conditioning vents in the ceil- presented by a large hole dug

sldent, Included Nancy O'Don. Mrs. Fremont Toltes srent people on Little Santa Fe. On for a service station on the ing, caused Mayor Raymond by Southern Bell TelephoneCo.

oghue) Millie!: Tuttle Edith three days 9tterin! the State i 1 By Helen Egan some lots, the water was up triangular lot at the southeast Starnes to recommend that the ., and left unbarricaded, for
Smith and Ann Hendrson. Audubon Convention) !n Titus- to 100 feet behind their houseson corner of Lawrence Blvd. and council see about repairs im several months. A complaintof

Guests included! Mary Ha'nesand vllle, last week. The ir-o"p en- SURPRISE- ( the road side) and some Highway 100, next to Scales mediately. rats coming from a junked

Jean Meirick. Joyed a sid!" trip t,: Cape Kennedy Outgoing Worthy Matron This was an unexpected Valentine sur- places, farther than 100 feet. Grocery, on behalf of JamesL. Chairman Everett Fox said pickup truck in a vacant lot
Helen
The Jc donated by Keeth of the Eastern prise for If we had had much more rain, Andrews. Plans allow fora the two existing downspoutswere was discussed and both mat-
( :>r prize, !! wh,"e th'-v ,.r>?nc i vm! Grace honored by the ,
and her officers Egan, who was we would have all been huntIng 12 x 28 foot building, two inadequate and said that ters are to be checked Into.
Star Chapter
Pro Ed::! Rodgers. was won by hours observing native birds in of red camellia -
a
Mrs. Albert Bachmann.Area extended a special courtesy to presentation higher ground. But at leastwe pump islands, and three buried two extra downspouts and re- The $750 budgeted by the
their natural :hab'tats.Mrs. .
golfers are reminded Is the non-officers and guests, corsage from the gardensof weren't hit as bad (financially tanks, but the size of the lot tarring and new flashing around council was voted to be sentto
Sr.
Gay Llv'ngst'm. Azzie and Irene Williams.
) as the chicken farmers.So would force the islandsto
"sideliners, at the pump the air conditioner on the roof the library.
that the club's annual Ladles known as
:: In the rf movlir he Donnie Lud-
process) Sweetheart Page we can be thankful for that. be located closer to the In
2 Chapter meeting. should solve the leaks. repairs A crackdown on occupational
Invitational will be held! March Few apartment st Cathedral Each February sideliner was presentedwith wig presented the honoree witha The Chittys had a quiet week street that the 20 feet set- voted by the council were licenses required by all per-

17-18. The weekend tournament Towers In J "ksonvllle.Mr. an original valentine, the heart box of candy. last week, for a change. My back required by the zoning also new rest room doors, repairs sons doing business in the city
will! begin with a Pro-Am on and Mrs. Tracy B kr! handwork of) the officers. Sister Helen has been proudto grandmother, Mrs. Palma Chit- commission. After agreeingthat to the toilet, and alumi- was recommended by JOY Ba-

Fr'dav.! Mach 16. were fishing! In Bascarie, Bay Mrs. Jo Reed, Incoming Worthy be a member of the OES ty; of Starke, was admitted to the piece of land would be num awning over the three doorsat kerwith a distinction made

ROTARY CLUB over the weekend w'th their Matron for 1970, sang "Let since May 1917 when she joined Bradford County Ilopsltal for useful only for a filling station the back. between wholesale and retail

Mayor O. Raymond Starnes, son anJ dau"hter-ln-}
General Manasrer of Pine Air Col. and' M-s. Tracv Bftker Jr. at the piano by incoming town In New York State. When first monthly Youth Rallyat 15-foot setback to the centerof pride for the city, when he such, would not need a license--

Farms was guest "speaker' at Col. Baker Is presently stationed Conductress Betty Sikes. the Keystone Chapter was organized Hampton Baptist Church, and ) the island compromise, then passed out forms showing $37as only those In direct selling.

the Keystone Heights Rotary 'at Homestead Air Force The Worthy Matron then requested in 1959, she became a enjoyed having fellowship with voted to present it to the zoning an average annual city tax Insurance men were particularly -

Club last Frltay:! The mayor's Ba.'e. acting Conductress charter member. February is Christian Young People. Any- commission for approval paid by 194! residents of Key- mentioned as needing licen-

delivery was entitled. "The Mrs. Baker reported::J that Bertha Ward, P.M., to escorta also Helen's birthday month, body in my area, who is Interested before granting the building stone Heights, saying, "It's the ses,* and Mr. Watkins pointedout
Economical Impact cf the Eggf they caught enough trcut and special Valentine to the west. and the expressions extended to in attending our.Youth permit to Mr. Andrews. They best bargain I know of going." that copies of the ordinance

Industry on Keystone Hs'ghts.! snappers to enjoy a family fish her were of congratulations and Rallys, Fellowships, Services, also asked that the plans be lie said that previously he had should be sent to the compan-

In discussing the revenue flee a subsidiary of the State appreciation. etc., can call me, and I'll arrange okayed by the county health recommended that Keystone ies with the bill for a license.

chann'led! Into the local economy fry.Chris; Zcwarka was' horns(! Employment Agencv. pcke on STAR transportation, or give department and state highway Heights enlarge their city lim- The council commended a pri-
EASTERN
) Starre %1',:! that the tw from Central Florida Academy the wide variety of job:: cpeninpi! The meeting of the you directions for finding our department. All the area along its, and since then had heard vate citizen for sending a Jacksonville -
proce's'npr! '! locatedIn monthly Church. Highway 100 is already zoned some questions raised about roofer to the munici-
egg plants for a visit with IlLs family last In this fleU: at the Action Committee held
OES February
Keystone simply a market! weekend.MELROSE. meeting last week. Chapter was Vinton Saturday, we were visited by for business, It was pointedout. city taxes. In figuring the data, pal building for a license
3 with Worthy Patron my cousin, Joan Crenshaw, of he learned 194 residents paid before
value of $6 million eggs an- the alvlsibllltycf beginning work on her
s'ressed :
____ He
the opening
S S tS ItS rrrs Keeth conducting Gainesville. Saturday night, Richard Packard made the
nually. The annual payroll for stsrr ) employment on larger agricultural request $7,218 in 1969. a 5 1/2 mill home, and recommended sucha
ceremonies. Marshall and Pat Pardee of for a permit for a recrea-
rate. Councilmen agreed that practice for all .
these! two plant! I li figured' at units! as ':>,oo-ed:: to Conductress Mattie Lee Lake Geneva and Rita Rhea of citizens.

approximately $400.000.Sta smaller farms. where n'cessar- Kingsbury and Marshall Paddle Gainesville were supper guests
ne* went on to say that fly wages are lower anJ help Gllrie were among those reported for a cookout. Sunday Monday night during all that wwWwww --

8 r-" cent "of **' to'al enrij Industry By Dons Corey requirements less constant.! on the sick list. C.W. dinner guests of the Chittys rain. They also attended the _'

In Florida Is located Too. the larger operators:'!! furn. Owens Is recovering from a were Buddy and Merle Ellis and District Meeting: Wednesday .'
with'n! a 35 mile radius of Keystone ins-s s-trrrSSrr_ S flrt Ish more frip benefits in ad- hip fracture and hopes to be Rita Rhea of Gainesville and night, and the District 7 meetIng ( \ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN

Heights.In SHERIFF'S POSSE dition to higher wages. suchas home soon. Otis Melton of Hampton. Thursday night in Lake \

his closing remarks. Mayor The Alachua County Mounted ,better working cnnd't1ons Mrs. Ruth Ohlson and Mrs. Ked and Geraldine Lee and City. Saturday night supper I

Starnei idenUf'ed the publicity Sheriff's Posse have organized: and equipment, housing and Alma Frost, both having moved daughter and some friends of guests of the Millers were Mr. \. A
Lawtey.
of
galred for Ksystone HeIghts .? pendlng away, appreciate the honor con- the weekendat and Mrs. Leo Dyal fly MIKE CIIITTY
a horse show which will ba meat or perhao i ergs: Jacksonville spent That to be all for this -..
as a result rf th* tw:, egg proc Held Sunday March :22! at the on th ',"tvue of farm. According ferred on them as members the Fred Thieman home. week so seems here's Leeon .'" -
emeritus of the Ruth ; - -- --- -
?5lnsr plant The name Ksy- Alachua County Wing Hors: .to Mr. Barry, large chapter. Pat Fillmon and daughters of - - - - ---7.I-....'. j-:
StOre Hs'jcMs has been Imprinted Association grounds:! locatedon horse or d'1nfarm") provide: has been an OES member about Tampa were weekend guests of
55 years. Well Sports Fans, last week were only two named reportsand
on all ggcart3ns whichare excellent ooportunitlps. the Pete Bartons. ,
the Waldo Road next to( the LEEON'S! COR KNEW:
exp:>pted from th3 two egg Mr. Barry's of'lc., at Orange The Grand Chapter of Flo- Mrs. James Robbins, her son was a doozy, weather-wlze but here they are. Bobby Davis -

plants. These: etrsr plants have Airport. Heights, 100 yards north of the rida will hold its annual sessions Gary, and Sharon Loper of the fish bit pretty good any and son Wendell brought
The show Is for the benefit: 'of April 7-10 In the Jacksonville "More Hain"Gurgle In fact it hadn't had in a nice string of Bass, with
brought more visitors to Key Intersection of S. R. 26 and IT. Starke, enjoyed the Fred War- way. we
the Boy's: Ranch and will consist Coliseum. Anyone in the middle the largest going 5 1/2 pounds.
bad cold
the
ing Show In Jacksonville last snap
stone than other Indus- In the centerof ..
) S. 301 Is loca'ed
any ,
30 clades Gurgle, (;
and
of approximately desiring further informationmay of the week, they would'vcreally .A. Davis daugher Janice
week.
trv. he s<>ld.::! with wide coverage of all < the ten counties It serves. contact Secretary Bea Mr. and Mrs. David flied Bubble, Rubble.If tore things up. All the caught soma nice Dream, fishing -
HERE 'N THEREIt H* Is anxious to pl'ce people lived close to our lake,
classifications of horses and Schroeder.The and sons of Jacksonville, and you rain didn't hurt the fishing at from Shipman's dock.
has been!! reported: that riders. and stated that he will! \ come to Chapter's buffet supper Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Then you had trouble. all for those who braved the Griffins Lodge (east shore)

over 50 teenagers In the Keystone Show Manager Is Captain of your home to d'ss"ss:! your aptitudes will be held Feb. 21 starting at and family of Starke, were Sun- weather, in fact it was good for reports that the bass are bit-

H'iehts a"ea attended the the Sheriff's Mounted P.)'!se : In this felcf! In *>rer to 6 p.m. and will be open to day guests of Mr. and Mrs. The rains came down, fishing. The high waters would ing. Roy and Bill Reynolds

FCA (Fellowshlo cf Christian and Chief cf Police In Waldo! find !the right position for you. members and friends at $1.50 D.W. Carpenter. They all helped And came some more. have had the fish up aroundthe fished Wednesday afternoon and

Athlefe) p"vram 'n the Jacksonville James R. Huckeba. phone 468- He ,n'd "No one in this area per plate. Mr. Carpenter celebrate his Before we knew it, edges feeding. But, that caught one large bass and 8

Coliseum Sunday: : after. 1332 or you may call another: need he< wH"o-it work." Hostesses at the Valentine birthday, so we wish you a belated The lake was at our door. cold weather kept them from big specs. Thursday they caught

noon. Feb. 8. Such prominent member of the Posse, Pewee WOMAN'S: CLUB Chapter meeting were Miriam "Happy Birthday, Mr. coming in as they should 3 bass that weighed 18 Ibs.

figure as Paul Anderson the GillanJ, deputy and Show Hostesses at the Woman's Poole, Jackie Weeks, and Jane Carpenter--! Father around there have. I can tell you fellows now, Friday, they had 4 bass that

"world's .trnllest man," Mike Chairman In Ga'nesvil'.e' for ad. Club luncheon meetlrK on Wednesday Dots, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cafferyof On Little Santa Fe, coming In as they should have. went 20 Ibs., Saturday, one

Crane, who conduct:! a program dltlcnal information phone 376- were M-s. w. O. Pres The Feb. 17 meeting is the Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. The trailers looked like, I can tell you fellows now, if we nice bass and 2 specs, and Sun-

entitled. "Karate For: Christ," ton. Mrs. J. W 7233.Entry J. LaCc,*,. It is the election of the The rest were 2 1/2 to 5 Ibs.
and N. Y. Je s stir )inen"an.. fees for exhibitors are :Feldman and M-s. as and Mrs. Jack Miller behind them days in a row, we could sure
Paul Crane. off"r'd::! physical $2 for the first class entered The tables an* hAil Tr!Ire decorate nine chapter officers for 1970. attended the District 5 Meet- Water was hundred feet., work on those rascals. Well Man Griffin reports that the
two
anl: vocal te-'tlrmny as evidence and $l.r:;0 for each add'tional :!:! with ind'vHual' camellias Ing of Clay Co-oo in Brooker Maybe could their door, let's take a gander at what specs are coming on the beds.
They open lie
HOMEMAKERS:\ CLUB caught a few Sunday that
of their faith. placed At random fcr an few reports I have this week.
class In wh'ch that particular
The monthly meeting will be And have fish to eat. were full of roe. He says that
Henry Mecklem end his horse ts entered.::! Interesting! >effect. gales; :Mrs. 'Ihomas Gregory, For some strange reason, not
held Feb. 18 at 10 at they should be on the bed good
'brother. M'llard.': ] of Plttsbu-glt. The classes have not: all Mrs. Ph'llio Kroner, dlr! 'cforf Clay Electric hall. Visitors a.m.and Rebeccas; Mrs. Don Wallaceand If it hadn't quit raining.We'd many people were out fishing by the full moon on the 21st.
have < the March of Dime campaign : co-editor with Publicity last week. However, those who
been
visiting! their s'str, been sponso-ed at yet. The cost all be washed out. That's all the fishing
Mrs. Margaret Tracy for the to in this are*, reoor''!1 rM- prospective new members are Chairman, Mrs. F.P. Egan, did go had good results. news
is $10 per clas if you wish invited. Homemakers Clubsof What we could use now, for this week, so until next
past week.!! and lections! ) amounting to\ 98.32.: Morning Circle. Is nice little drought.If Shipman's Camp (west shore
back a class. Both ribbons:: ) the county sponsor the Girls a week. Goodbye and Good; Luck!
She presented each!: camrilgrer Santa 1"0)), had a fairly good
Don't forget ts atterd the trophies will be awarded.: 4-11 Clubs. Mrs. Marguerite The monthly circle meetings
PTA prorm honTl"e ths Everyone enjovs a Horse with a pin; Mri. J. Oa'riardl Quagliano, 1st vice president, will be held Feb. 16 as follows: it'll just dry up, report despite the weather.

school's lb': -arlan. M's Emma: Show, so help .the pose put on rna e the mo.t; raIls: Mrs. Len is co-leader. The 4-11 girls at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. W.P. Wil And things all get right, They reported that several Bass
Duncan. M-s. R.'lI'or Buzz Mrs. son's Circle will meet with We start catching some fish are taken these days by
Kate Mansfield: on Thuray? a good show by your partlclpa- have several projects they are KEYSTONE
Jam's r.q "'v. M"". PfhsrdSmith. f Albert Bachmann Mrs. will be various methods. The Specsare
Mrs. Then
evening, Fb. 19. at 8 ; everything
pm. tin as an exh'bltor or as a spec- working on, and parents should still being caught by drift-
Miss Mansfield::! will retire this tator. Next week!! a list of) Mrs H. R. McCracken avail themselves of the Homemakers Barker's Circle, with Mrs.John all right. Most of their
year after of devoted Mrs. Edvr< rLnnrn( -cker. Mrs. Bird (Mrs. Robert Dodd-co- Ing or trolling.
many years claws and their descriptions: programs by joining. caught
Specs were reported on
::! service! to the children: will be plv'n. Ernest Barflett. Mrs. E. L. hostess; Beam Circle with yellow and white Jigs with a HEIGHTS

and parents of Keystone ACTION COMMITTEE: Helton. Mrs. phiiiio Kromer, COMMUNITY:\ CHURCH Mrs. John Himble, assisting Minnow on the hook. There
and M-s. N. D. Moltedo.\ hostess, Mrs. Bert Christof- TypewritersFor
Heghts.: Robert! Barry repre'!enta- Church Women was a night
Volunteers for te! Heart A".- Feb. 2 at 7:30. Mrs. fers; Smith Circle at her homeon
Let's all make a special! effort tlve from the Farm Labor: Of- meeting on) : DIRECTORYBEAUTY
oclatlon( Drlv wh'ch' takes Brooklyn Lake; Greeson Cir
_. Roy Farris led the devotional. MIMCO: STENCILS: and Ink.
-- cle at 9:30 at the homeof Sale
place during February and Mrs. Barry Wyman presenteda a.m. or Rent Duplicating machines and

March. were reorested to meet review of the projects or Nettie Smith (William War- At The Telegraph supplies. Bradford County SHOP

with chairman M's. E. R. Sim. programs of the Home and Foreign ren home), co-hostess Mrs. Telceraot.
mons, after the program. Missions which the Church Roy Farris.. Cook Circle
INCOME KEYSTONEBEAUTY
YOUR Lt. Rcb rt J. Karow. with Women contribute to each year. (Ntghtengales) with Mrs. Howard -

the Ar! Win! of the Marine The total budget Is $900 equally Tucker; co-hostess, Mrs. SHOP
TAX Corp In Vietnam has enlisted divided. Mrs. Bert Chris- Raleigh Zike, 7:45 p.m. Re, APPr S

the ai-J >of h's'. ffrnnr'm'ih,.r. toff ers is ever alert to the wel- beccas (Sunderland), 8 p.m. at "XDITH JOWaON, 0wMr
home of Mrs. Frank Ilgen assisting Personal and Creative Hair trlPC -
Mrs. Pat Ancrlon<:? :ph. 473-5853 fare of church people and her ; AJ 7RSE 'URGEON
hostess, Mrs. Janet Krerr Form of BMkuty
services appreciated -
In an endeavor to cnl'ect clothIng are greatly ...,.,.. .. .
Hayner. '0k 1J'-IJ I frulSjfffevtTkteSeWue\ "Jpprnnn ::u1Iure.4&. N: eloaed
and sono far V''!*names8
1iIoIIr IQr,
Mrs. Roy Turknett, presidentof '1/11/\1.1. I/H" 11.//1"/ J 1/1:" 11.fll.
children. These articles mvfbe HISTORICAL COMMITTEEThe the Church Women, presented -
taken to the Melrose Public
Community Church was the Nominating Committeeas NURSERY
L'brary every aftrnon except PRUNING D.MOSSING BRACINGt CABLING
follows: Chairman, L.C.
established about 1924. The
.. 2- Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Anderson Church Women's organizationwas Gayle, Mrs. Thomas Gregory, TAU TAU REMOVAL HIDINGCAVItr' REPAIRS' O.C. Carries Nursery
With a low (ost Is making arrange. and Mrs. Marshall Gallop. The
started about 1950-51. Due \II, STUMPGainesville Thousands of plants
menM for shipment. to the lack of any combined committee will submit Its slateat \,, GRINDING
Income Tax ; Speaker for thnext meeting: records, a committee of volun- the General Meeting on O Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

this i 4-* of the club; on February' 18, nt teers from each circle is meet March 2 at 1 p.m. FREE ESTIMATES NW6'kT 376.1 766or3729538w Evergreens
from
Loan 12 noon will! bf Mr<. Helen ing on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Camellias & Azaleas

bank can Marshall. columnist: f>r the (please note change) in the educational PERSONALSMrs. MOST ALL IN CANS
you 'ft Flo-l a Times-Union w'th an building. The first Ruth Greeson was to ANY TIME
art'cl- c< ll"1. "Incidentally." meeting was held Wednesday enter Riverside Hospital In PLANT
tnd "then' tax .: DUPLICATE BRIDGE Feb. 4, when a program was, Jacksonville on Feb. 8 for & D TRACTOR SALES Beautiful Roses -

problems a January 27th res-iltsr] first set up. Miss Gertrude Houser major surgery. LandscapingPhone
,
money place M's. Marv Cook: and and Mrs. Carolyn Wagner, both Mrs. Martha Beam, of Lake 659.2165

fast. S*$ us.KEYSTOIE. '- Miss Iva Hlllver. 7V4; second of whom have been residents Geneva, has been a patient in HOT 75 LaCrosse. Fin. Ph. Alachua 462-2628

*4-'' place, Mrs. Bob Cla1 and Mrs. for many years, have agreedto Bradford County Hospital.Mr. OLIVER TRACTORS 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

Steve Sishoff.' 59'4. Thi"d place. work on the preface for and Mrs. Jack Haber- Hwy. tOO at. 'Iorahome
Mrs. W. H. Davie and H. T. the history. A few more volun- stroh enjoyed a few days visit 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

D nt. 50. Fcurth place. Miss teers are needed to assist In In South Florida with Jack'sbrother

Be.s'", Rutherford and> Mrs. R. the sorting and arranging of and sister-in-law and Implements. Sidewinder Mowers' !" HoJlnndTran'plan'ters S. E. McKAY, REALTORSenior

P. Voh. 58.February the secretarial minutes of the other northern friends who are Cole Planters, Mcmtsr Sock-ly o(

3rd result: first Church Women's organization. wintering In Florida. John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others.! Resldenliul Appraisers
place. Mr*. Gav Livingston The nucleus committee set up Mr. and Mrs. McComb of Mortgage BrokersWe

STATE BANK an-f Mrs. RAV S'arnes 49%. guidelines as to what to look Wichita, Kan. are spending the Combine and Hay Equipment Help YOU Flianco
for. The committee at this time winter on Brooklyn Bay. Trailer lots "00. Up

,........ P.D. c. &'yi fl.&ZMa; n. Second M'ss' place.Iva Hlllver M-s. Mary, 49. Third CootcatvJ consists of Miss Houser from Congratulations of Dr. Harold TRACTOR REPAIRS on \U. MAKES' & MODELS The Best In Lake Front
Houser of Miss Gertrude
nephew
Circle L; Mrs. Marian Barker, lIolIAere.c", Rental
rl: 'c*. Mrs. A. B. Ba"nster! and
nf.ar PrMadly Biik I. Tow Frl.tid7 Circle n; Mrs. Bert Chrlsta. Houser, who Is affiliated Mrs. Melba Ilcen, AisocUta
Mrs. C. W. Hardy. 47. Fourth with Bradford Calvin C. Williams and Raymond
c-.aaIt7.: ffers (tentatively), Circle EQ; County Hospital, ElyalFEU. Keystone Office 473l
place Mn. W. H.
Davle and Mrs. Cecile Neel, Circle IV; having opened his office In Homes 473-47)0) 413-Ull: _
Mrs. Anna James, 44',4.'\
Mrs. Carolyn Wagner, Nighten- Starke a week ago.

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:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:'-:::::::::::'-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: s.=.:'i:;:::;:;::: with According to a JacksonvilleTV
Feb. 2-9
during the week!

Lakes In Area Rise As ResultOf New Rlvef fire tower reoort'nar.' weatherman. this 1 Is the

RECREATION NEWS the heaviest fall 7.10 inches. third: time In the pan 100

K'gland tower: recorded' 5.5 inches years that the area! has been so

...... .. and Santa Fe, 6.1. S'nce wet. Bradford:! County farmers
j...% >....:: ::.":-::::: :::::::::..% ::.o::; :"">>):* :::;::::'::: :: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. Record Rains In Past 7 MonthsBrooklyn January 1, 'the c-unty his had f>T''" toil the soil Is the wet.

BADCOCK FURNITURE
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY winners scored 5 points to UK an average of 12.13 In;hs.J. test within their memory.SCOTT' .

losers 2 points and a 45 tc Lake, and others I
.
:rain -
TAKE WINSIN during a 13* month per.sod. =.. .
:::=
MEN'S LOOP 42 win for Cadillac Uniform. the area are filling up to mo"4 -

assured Charles Green & Dale Johns normal proportions> following
Badcock Furniture Klngsley Lake rose 7 Inches
themselves of no less than a with 19 and 16 points pavedthe last week's downpour that\ after the Monday F b. 2, rain, I ;

tie for first place In the Men'sRecreation way for Cadillac. ForKoch's brought from six i : to eight Inches while take Geneva was reported ...

Basketball League Frank Bennett poppedin of rain In one night. uj> from 10 to 12 Inches.
88-66 win 22 and Ed Watts 14. Brooklyn Is at Its highest
with a convincing Bill Baker! said that Hutchln-
over Starke Plaza In a game In the second game StarkeBuilders' in level in several years ani': has jIOn Lake site of the Postmasters Mobile Home SalesSLASH
trouble
had little
played Monday February 9. risen 'three feet since last Sep Retirement VJllig, was I

The Plaza gave the Furni- downing Carp's 32-25. Eddie tember.! It took an 8-lnch spurt "'\.tit about two feet." Crosby
led his team's
Blalock -
for their mo- scoring In water lavel after 7.
the
ture team a run Thomas had up Lake. rose 6 or 7 inches after
with 22. Joey
ney until the third quarter of Inch rainfall recorded Monday the rain when the Inadequate

plav. In the first period Bad- 18. night of list week at the Key culvert at Sampson City caused

cock got off to an early 14- stone Heights firs towr.:! The water to back Into
STANDINGS up Crosby
6 lead, but Starke Plaza rallied Ii-: I Gold Head Branch Park tower from Samrssn
THROUGH FEB. 5 Lake. Water
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to tie it 14-14 with two minutes recorded
a total of 8 Inches on
stood six
in the initial Starke Builders' Supplies 3-1. inches deep under the
remaining Koch Drugs 2-2 Cadillac Uniform !- the same date. picnic tables at the boat
stanza, which ended with Bad- Donald R. Rardon PromotedTo ramp
Keystone tower recorded
2-2 Carp's 1-3. : a vn Cypress Run
on Sampson
cock a 19 to 17 lead.
holding
total of 71.60 inches 'In 1969 Lake. I IA

the In League the second leaders period outscoredthe of play SCHEDULEThursday Rank Of MajorShown an3:: 13.40 inches so far In 1970. Bradford County received-: an I

making a total of 95 Inches of
Plaza 22-18 and led at Feb. 123:45: p.m., average of 6.23 inch-!* of rain
Koch vs Carp's; 5 p.m., Builders' -
half time 41-35.
Cadillac. above, during recent
In the final half of play Bad- vs ceremonies at Headquarters.:!
CAN ASSIST YOU
cock outscored the Plaza 47- I WE I I
Tuesday Feb. 173:45: p.m., Camp Blanding, is Col. Harry
31 for the 88-66 victory.
Carp's vs Builders', 5 p.m., M. Hatcher Jr. (right) pre
and Jim Gar- N
Harold Bishop offensively Koch vs Cadillac. senting the rank of Major. ta; N In Preparing Your
lington paced the winner's -
Donald R. Riutfon. Assisting-
with 28 and 21 points.
hit for 23 and @ ': I the ceremony Is Mrs. Rard.>n. g
Mack Robinson :; g INCOME TAX RETURN
Wayne McLeod 21 for the losers. .
and fJ Maj. Rardon Is the TrainingSite : LIVING COSTS
Supply
Jackson Building ., ,
Supply Officer for Camp
Starke Builders Supplies f1' 1\1 REASONABLE RATES lti
Blanding and has been assigned
in real fest
locked up a score
with Jackson's putting 101 pointson there since January 1969. Priorto E E Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now

the board and Starke Build- this h3:! was assigned a* Phone or COllie in for an and SAVE! t

ers' 76. All five of Jackson's .ijfg Training Officer fw MIGth t

players hit in double figures, I ... vi:., T" UCV"-'.. Field ArUllery. at Sarasota. APPOINTMENTT
":' """ V.a' I Overhead Means Sininjrs For You!
with three players getting 23 )U | \,. ,,72:::, : T Our Low
or more. Danny Whitehead had ;" e' Maj. Rardon Is a graduate:! of Phone 964-6657 U. S. 301 North

25, Bruce Jackson 24 and Ron- .;... ).,;:- G<..."""' the Advance Field Artillery A TOWN FINANCE CO. A MARKET t
FARMERS
FROM
nie Thomas 23. I'll Officers course and the Nuclear ACROSS
bet there's !
a pall of 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE. FLORIDATeleph'one t
Tommy Talley was high scor-Bloom over at Development Weapons Employment course.He X X STARKE
er of the evening as he put Lab." and Mrs. Rardon: reside at 964-7449

in 35 for Starke Builders'. 1301() Searing Street in SLarke, -


STANDINGS i.. .-.i.iuind' -
lIlParr.1 -SEU.-RENT.SWAP-II.URE.BUY-SELL-RENT'SWAP M .. BJ' ,: RENTSWAF>- HtRE *
Badcock 4-0, Plaza 2-2,Jackson's "n i i oon and !

2-2. Starke Builders'0-4. .tcs >uu..shed couple;

ets. Call [niM-; <;iu.'>2. tfeh* CARL BEGGS

SCHEDULE FOR MONDAY' I ClASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS
FEBRUARY 16 FOR SALE- Argentina Banal i Gulf Service

7 p.m., Jackson vs Plaza,.mv, Phone 004-6123..: Itp \
USED!: FARTSTop

8:30 Badcock vs Starke Builders' BUSINESS: OPPORTUNITIES: UV '- SELL. RENT SWAP MIRE BUYSEliL P'fc M '.w ....- lCLASSA.rLw BUY SE=LL- RENT Price for Wrecked (.....

Wanted Qualified: Director- '! 24 Hour Wrecker Service

hostess age 30-55 in our fast
Oil
STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIES Fuel .-
growing organization In Starke

BANTAM CAGE TAKES PLAY LEAD IN with reasonable Investment returnable KEN. WANTED Laundry' PUMPS I INEW I DID YOU KNOW it's easy to Hwy.- Used 301 N.Car Wa-!

Starke Builders' Supplies won first year plus above AD RATES workers Kitchen aids labor- own a Lontcnump Home? George E. LftRue I 468-1M8
AND USED
both of their last games and average Income. Own your ers. cottage parents watch Better built for F'jrf-la JivIng -

as a result are sitting on top Dignified! business and be your Vp to IB word ____ l.JS man. cooks and clerks ground- SALESPARTS4ERVICEDeep | Yaw plant or ours INSURANCE AGENCYAuto WANTED LISTINGSOn

of the league standings.on own boss. Complete training. (Minimum charge) keeper, truck driver. Five &: Shallow Wells !I' Your tot or ours Contact :Hu- lire Homeowner Homes and Acreage. Buyers

Tuesday, Feb. 3, the Success assured. Write short .:.cb word over 15 _. .07 day week eight hour day. Water Softeners A Filters '|, ford Mitchell, phone 64. LIFE & ACCIDENT Waiting Strout Realty, Reg.!
Builders' took on Cadillac Uniform resume P. O. Box 482, St. Aug. Iustlne. i State retirement vacation, Expert Service On (8.13! : F O Box 35S tarke I Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.

and came out on top 32-21. Fla. Up: Extra charge If not sick leave.If Interested please All Makes tt." '. Keystone Height 47S-4603 I Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla.

Playing without two of their WANTED paid In advance .._. .13 apply In person Personnel
Any old outboards Plumbing Jervl.oPhone I
regulars, Cadillac was unableto Manager Sunland TrainIng MEN WANTED Men cottage' WATSON'SHouse
lawn ,
or mowers for school pro. *1DURRANCE I
produce points In the first Ject. Call 964-7657 after 4 p.m. I I Memorial, Revolution Center OUnesvllle. Fla. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN parents age over 2!. Starting
half of the game and the Build- An equal opportunity employer. PUMP I
for pick UP. itp I SPORTSMOORE pay $329 month, promotion opportunities of Vacuum
ers' coasted to the victory.. I 7 (Mat* per word AND SUPPLY CO. and regular Increases -
Eddie Blalock was the high tfahg Many brands of new vacuum*
IS $2.60: HOURLY WORTH III 8 hour day, 5
I I BOAT !"OR pay. S3!>.00 Used machines from
scorer for the game with 14 A INSURANCEAT !! up.
5c POSTCARD TO YOU? CARDS OF THANKS day week *ick leave. vacations
points; Wade WInkler and Ran- Easy to earn $15 to $25 dally. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic REDUCED RATES TOUR MONEY state retirement. If Interested 510. Export Repairs all makes.Parts .

dy Crews each had 6. For Cad- Distribute famous WATKINS 00 word or lee* --_.- 3.GO Letters & Numbers for Interior AUTO nilE BOAT lark:. rh. Mt1I1tlComplete apply In Personnel and Accessories for all
<<
please person
lilac Bill Bost led with 8 followed and exterior use. All sizes co vacuums. Built! in Ceotl'al'ac.:
DOYLE E. CONNER '
by Dennis Frick's 6. PRODUCTS to establ'shed! customers Each word over 00 _. .01 lors. Bradford Oounty Tele- INSURANCE AGENCY Outboard It Stern I Manager, Sunland Training Cen- Hum cleaning systems. 712 N.
In Starke. Full or part ; Fla.
Drive Service and Repair. ter. Gainesville
In the second game 90 points graph. tf M.I In. Gainesville 376-7110
tea
time. Write WATKINS Dspt. employ-
opportunity
were put on the Scoreboardby MIMOSA MANOR Complete Fiberglass Repair.C An equal
the two teams Involved In M. S., F2. Box 2447 Memphis I :MOBILE HOME PARK PHOTOCOPIERS: from $9950 t. m-bolrt FlbcrgUt er.
Tenn. 38102. UpS to $623. Take the drudgery out BAIRD
a real cliff hanger. Koch Drugs Fishing BoU.
Trailers! and Spaces For Rent WANTED: Used Wrln r-W..h-
edged Carps in this one 4644.Carp's .I of paper work.-Bradford County Smith PlumbingAND
Phone 9647498. tfchg Mobile Homes er. Win pay cash or take In
made a valiant effortto THE KEY TO Telegraph tf

pull this one out of the o Gracious Living SEWING MACHINE Cleaned NEW and USED RUT ELL., TRADE: Used trade on anything. DAHMER'S'I. I
fire but fell just two points iller : Furniture, Appliances, Toy*, 984-7023. Supply Company
Brown oiled and adjusted In your 8-10-12' Wide
Town House
shy, after they had trailed as I rift'] Tools. Wlmberly's Trading
.
home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner GahirsvtllaGood ,
I WILL BUY: Used Appliances
.
late the final
as period by 11 Post. 7494 Blooding Blvd.,
.
points. Steve Thomas with 18, APARTMENTS repairs also. All work guarante. Quality I I tfchg Furniture, TV'i, Stereos- anything Contracting and rf'pattli
Jacksonville.
Frank Bennett 14, and Ed Watt's .1 For Rent wVolkswagen 3 ed. Dennis E. Cogging, Phone Reasonably Priced of .,..Iu.. DA! mR'S, Plumbing Fixtures! -

8 paced the winners. Joey Tho- Furnished Apartment 431-1428. tfchg Gainesville 378-2785 I 11! t. .-. ., SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Water Heater Pumps -
mas hit for 30 in
points a A. J, Thomas, Registered<< Real Irritation Iron Filters -
Serviced Guaranteed and
I
Permanent
colors. -
losing I Letters. all sizes.
In games cause.played Thursday, I M Buford Mitchell Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing Delivered la Starts Are I MARY for: use on wood, glass I I Water Softeners'

Feb. 5, Cadillac Uniform defeated Phones New .& Used R>. In appraisals for estates NO EXTRA COST plastic paper, metal. leather.
corporate and Individual I
Koch Drugs 45-42 and 164.8853 984-6780 Sales Service US 441 N. 4Stll NW l hGlnevllle ANYTHING! .Bradford County I
Starke Builders' whipped owners Thirty years experienceIn 37S-MU Telegraph. tf PHONES:

Carp's 32-25. 1 Ml. North of The Mall Florida Land Matters. 205 N. I 1-6023( 961-5832'
I CARTER l or
Cadillac started as If they ROOM HOUSE for rent on GAINESVILLEEARS: Temple Ave., Starke, Fla., Tel. SERVICE Small appliances I FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed-

might run Koch off the flooras Hampton Lake. 2 large screen 964-5701. tf at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. room trailer! outside city limits.J. I <(
they took a 12-4 first quar- porches garage, and utility FOR RENT: TV sets baby Call St. Phone 964-3311. tfehf B. White 964-4114. tfchg our numbers In your

ter lead. But Koch came storm- room. Water furnished. Phone I phone book)
beds, eleo. guitars, amplifiers, ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. PAINTSPAINT
Ing back and the first half
as 468-1528.v call in L. A.
person refrigerators: day or week. DA.
ended Cadillac's lead had been File Folders, complete line office I
Wynn. Hampton Lake.2tp 2-19
HMER'S. Mi-7923. tf- bf
supplies. The Telegraph
trimmed to one point 20-19. -

Then in the third quarter Koch'soutscored PIANO IN STORAGE HAS FOR SALE Registered Pole Phone H4-M95. I I PRICES CAMPER I

Cadillac 14-13 and the Beautiful Spinet-Console stored EVERYTHINGSTARKE Herford bull 2 years old. Also FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse : I Shrubs, Azaleas Camellias.
game was all tied up going locally. Local person with some register Angus bulls. SALES I Ornamental trees Geraniums,
3 bedroom. 1 bath, een-
into the final period. excellent credit:: can take on 964-6114. tfchu : INCREASEFEIRIARY I Ferns and Oilier!*. Mrs V. R
When the fourth quarter end- small payment balance. Write tral heat air-oondlttonlnc. Owner 29:0 Waldo Road Ferguson. Raiford l Road U64-

ed, the game was tied 40-40. Joplin! Piano, Inc., Box 103. National Sewing lot Phone M4-53A7. tMhe I Galneivllle 376-0691 6227. :Itch 1-20! 2-12

In the over time period the Panama City. Fla. 32401._ Phone 964-6843 EUNICE NURSERY 15 Authorized Dealer

Machine Co., Persimmon Pear and Plum, "st.r r.ft" "Dreamer" WANTEDRotary mower." 4 or
MRS. HELEN: Handwriting an- 5 foot \vdo. with pmoi, take-off
"Wheel Camper"
selections from whichto trees. Satsuma: and Kumquat.
Largest
alysls. 472 W. Madison St., Buy Now And use anv hitch! : al'so need farm
First on VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- choose. Pfaff, Necchl Nelco, Ornamental shrubs, all types. Travel Trailer Truck
Starke. Open daily, 7 a.m. to 9 trailer.! Pn. IIfi4G.21.2tp!) .
MASTER Add Machines, with New Home, & Universal. 2 m'' north of Lawtey on Hlway Save 50c to $1.00 Camper Fold Dawns utility
2-iq!
pm. 2cp 2-12
subtraction. SPECIAL. this This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any 301 turn at sign Phone 7112-34 5. SALES & SERVICE
the month only, $69.95. Ideal for tfchg Per Gallon
FOR SALE-I Duroc male hog Purchase or Repairs I CUBB Economic Agency In

14 months old. App. 400 Ibs. I home or light! office work.-tf 811 W. University Ave. 378-1335 FOR SALE Select Northernbob Strike i is accepting applloa-
Bradford County Telegraph PAINTS AND I I
Phone 7B2-3344 Liw'ev. Up FOR RENT -Furnished apart
white quail (breeders). Also I "onq until February 17 for the
IF WE DON'T HAVE IT ments. Also house for sale In :
I Area CoordinatorI
REGIS- of
greellJ HOUSE FOR RENT small 2 REMINGTON CASH Tennessee Reds! Tennessee I position
bedroom Ideal for couple, conveniently TER: 2-total electric slightly we'll get It for you. Office Blonds and Button quail. E. R. I country. Small down payment. !I in the Bradford: Neighborhood
Fur-lture. Equip Paint H. Nollman tfchK
located on 243 N. used. Cost new $420. Save $100. Supplies Bowers. Rt. 1 Box 206. BranfordFla. Supplies W. Service Center Must

tiny St. Itchg Our sale price $320.-Bradford ment. Bradford County .12008. Btchg 2-26 FOR S \LE-HOUSE AND LOT live In Bradford: l County and

i County Telegraph. tf Trlnrraoh. by owner Excellent location for i willing! to work: w'th all iroups.Salirv .

lit FOR SALE-1 purebred female FXPERT CARPET installation ForM SI.70( per hour. 3' hours
Reduce Bate' and fast with Go. bu'ln-s'. 121! W. Mad'.son: St.
LOSE WEIGHT safely with rill PK4-78IW' after 6pm. tfchg .
German Shepherd 2'a : week .Write to CUBB Fc )ncm'c
puppy par( !
Fsderal Saying
"waterpills" ta First
Tablets & door
Bese E-Vap next!;!
years old.:: Shots and wormed.Also Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at low Starke. Phone Agency. P. O. Box 970.
.1 Mitchell's, Drug. 5tp 2-19 Andrews Pharmacy6tp FOR SALE Volkswagen Purposes and Loan
1 miniature black male contact Bradford
2-26 m'leage. llht blue, 1968 sedan 964-7771/\ aonolntment. tfchg S'a"ke: or
poodle for stud service-13 WANTEDto Purchase houseon excellent condition! $1400. Ph. Nslrhbo-hood Center 113 So./

months old Is AKC. Phone 47.1- Kingsley Lake for cash. BIC PENS. Ball Point )te1111.s 164-6921 2tp 2-12 102 EAST FOR SALE- LARGE FRAME Walnut Street. Starke. Tele-
1O UP lMnafli 413.'. I Home plus in- !OB4-1
tfchl! Write P. O. Box 298, Lake But- Bradford County Tele- HOUSE 2 lots. phcne numb rs 964-66 or
ILflT oarten iracior ler. Fin tfchg eraph. WANTED-Calves 2 to 4 months,j BROWNLEESTREET com?. 2'i blocks from Post ;;689.n Equal Opnortur.ty[

FROM ALLIS-CHALMERS LOST Tuesday Clinton! ladies oil. Angin, Hereford
yellow !sold watch with 2 dl*. Remove excess body fluid with BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY good:! stock. Ph. 964-6921. 7271. for appointment tfchg

Q Powerful 12-hp engine mends, so'dM! bnn-1. Reward FLUIDEX tablets, only $1.69 atMttehellq Wanted producer to furnish 4tp 2-2t I . K1NGSLFY' LAKE: story. 3
with standard 12voltstartergenerator for return. Robert Barksdale.Fli L WANTED Experienced:! cook.
Drug.! 6tp 3-12 facilities and labors for produc.Ing BR. 1'2 bith. Built-In kitchen
Thoitre Up I contract bas's. FOR SLK:-Horss and bridle., FILAMENT!: Strapping Tape, God pay Relief work. 4 shifts
flrerlacs. -
forward eggs! on iTsre living' room with
Q Twenty-one LEGAL FORMS Bradford Good making opportunity. Alrea-iv: bred to a quarter !stood W x 60 yards. $2.50 Single weekly. Apply :In person Long-
money Nice dock for parties.
speeds (
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FOR SALE-2 lots Inside city I Telegraph. Ph. )h gentle $125.00. roll. Bradford County Tele- Restaurant. 301 South.
O Patented mower attach limits! 110' x.110'. One a corner County Contact Florldi State Hatcherlea rw <"r p. very horn Extra lots behind:! lake lot..
tfi tfch
964-8305. Phon- 9646880. 2tp 2-12: graph. ?
ment prevents scalping Gainesville or phone
lot. Phone "W4-B610 Flrn S21 000 takes all.
tfchg I' I 'i
Year 'roundversatility _
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372-0468. 4tp 2-19
SALE LAND proven business. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to 1 Southern Marine THREE ACRES. high and dry BILL POWELL. BROKER

Ask us for a FOR RENT- 4 room furnished located U. S. 301( N, motels I DEPUTY DIRECTORThe withstand weather- 20c each,, on paved rsad: 2 BR solid 9(54-646-1( or 9A4- 810.

demonstration.We apartment. Mrs. D. L. Sllcox.ait near 964-6240. Starke or 721- CUBB Economic AgercyIn $2.25 doz. Special price on larger Moved To Gainesville frame h?use. 14 x 18 living: tfchs

Outdoor4"Produc _..... : Clark St._tfchg 3SB7.;; Jacksonville. 2tp 2-12 S'arke. Florida is now ac quantities. Bradford County New NameGain..ville I room. separate dining room.

FOR RENT-:1 bedroom furnish. IRRIGATION SYSTEM for sale, cf'ptlnllllPpl'cations, for the pos Telegraph. U, MarineLYNN I II Big'''Irt!2-story down.! barn. 13750. one- OWN YOUR LADIES OWN PIXIE SHOP

ed hou e. 41W.! Cherry St. engine ition of Deputy Director for a
Self starting ,
pump. '
PUBLIC NOTICE BILL POWELL. BROKER C"mol8te line of : -
popular !
tH '.' with 3
Equippedto r*>< <>k. M4-fi40 itpFOP. multl-countv Community Ac- HAMILTON MGR
line.
now 1,000 ft. aluminum Sprinklers
are
tfchg
WANTED IIR4- 41\4 or 964-6810 pr'csd dresses. s, rt'wear.
Handle all your Repairs to cover 3 acres at one tion Agencv. Experience with )I Johnson Motors Cobra Boat : 1 1
SALE Kitchen stove. Someo-e to assume payment.Aon &: s"oes for ladies:! an girls can
on what we sell. Coppertone. upoer and 101l'erovens setting T. W. Baker Lake Ge- rural OEO-CAP: programs pre- SINGER: DIfLOMATIC SEWING ., Marine Supplies ; FOR RENT- Larr xinfurnlsh- !?, VOITS. We asj'st' you In,
neva. phone 473-4704. 4tchg 2-26 f-r'-ed.! Gool salirv plus fringe I .,* house. 315 N. Cla-lc St.: $73
150. Air Conditioner:!! : $23. benpfl's. All Bopliratlons must MACHINE in beautful wal- 1030 E. University Ave.Oainesvtlle P64-5311 or 473- eifna your building.! puchasc
Phone 164-6100. Itp nut console. Must place In your month. Phon tend fIxtures: :! and
STARDNGFarm 1ST MORTGAGE FOR SALE- b. submitted by February 22. IFAYE' i tfchq ret tip your
Florida. $7.900.00 face area t to a reliable party. Bal- 4719. cinDlet training. $1.300: cash
bedroom Starke. Serd cnmrlete resume' to: Nel-
FOR RENT-Six 3
room pnce now onlv $69.0. Call 353- block "11 rec'! "rv to establish' your
value an Interest barring at !on R. Rios.( Executive Direct FABRICSP'rst: quality FOR SALE2 bedroom ss
whiteboard1! house net*" \
10 per cent. Payment $84.90 per ... CURn! F>nomlc Agency, 1946 COLLECT. Jacksonville,,1 dress. drapery, upholstery J-iuse lad 1 acre of lanl: R asonabla. .h-p. Sio.OftO merchandise
*ettlnj. .
Supply Melrose. Rustic peaceful day or night ask:!for credit S. -lenment at our risk.
month. Owner-occupied! In the inc P. O BIX 970. Starke, material. Noto"s.! chenille bed- Call 964-6260.' lip c
20 acres on beautiful 11'tle manager. Will deliver, no obligation. 1 flve'100() small town shops
city of Starke. Fire and tlt> Fl"rldi "09t. An Equal Oppor- spreads, tapesf'es. Also sec-
lake. Re'sonabte. Owner Insurance. Will discount! 20 per tun'tv Ernoloyer. 2tchg 2-12 4tchc 2-2 1 ords. mill! ends. BankAmert- FOR SALE -Chicken fertilizer. hrUThotit t"e south Only one
225 West Andrews St. will! show Fe' 14 thru 17, Write I frsr'ch'sncr t, Wr'te or
jsrvlcs. Will put wn.
card ?
cent. Write: Mortgage For Sale, an; Master Charge. Open Clean out .
Starke Fla. 32091 Now Box D. care of Bradford I P. O. Box 7337 Orlando. Fla. or O.Tnan Shepherd for sale Lawn MO'wers-we service what! Money 10-7; Tues. through wd-ist back In housss. Movedto r q-oi'9-t :M-s. Swilley. P. O.

Phone 964.6062 roiitrrv TVl Rraph, Drawer A, Call Area Code: 3054244963. black anj:! tan female Reg. I j I W! sell. Starling Farms Sup> Sat.. 9-7; Sunday 1-4. Hwy. 301, I' Hampton. New No. 468-1985. B"-x S142<}. JicksonvlUe! Beach..

Starke, Fla. ItchprLPII 3tp 2-26 AKC Phone 96"- 657. Itchg 1 ply, 225 W. Andrews St. tfch''c 1H m' north of Waldo tfchv W. A. Prevatt. 3tchz 2-26 Fla., Phone 2467462. Itch,


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