Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:00441
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HEW LetterNo ClaimA An offer by poultrymento

''''f assist' in drawing up an

r-4 ordinance to cover sanitation -
claim for damages:! causedto of the chicken indus

reply will be ma is to the Secretary Robert Finch ordered his home by the flooding] of ,
try was accepted by the
examiner's Initial ,
U. S. Department of Health the hearing Alligator Creek will ba:! made '\; t
Bradforl: Coun- against: $ Bradford C9unty Commis-
decision on Bradford: County former
Education: and: Welfaie's: newest :
decision: to defer nsw Federal ty reversed.: Bradforl'a: compliance Commissioner Jerome It --- _... sion at the mid-month

funds to Bra.ford schools status was remanded to Johns has notified the county' JoAnn BensonBeauty meeting Monday."We \ : ,.

it was InOicaU.: : :! last Thursday."As : the hearing examiner for determination attorney in a letter written qualified
te.'lve'n mar(
ofwhich Federal Feb. (6. :

far as I'm concerned: theletter funds would be terminated: to JchnslCl've..:! 8 years: on the Entrant than anyone ele" to duleunlnc:!
r the sanitation rrquLicmetits oX
makes: no dif.erence in 'the county. County Commission. He owns
Feb.! 9 letter from the a home on the chicken .a;iftry. Ji.k> Ilaz-
our position:: Sapt. Tom Casey The Scuth Red rave
'toll School Board members director! of HEW's Office for Strt-e! in Starks: : on the bank of Miss JoAnn Benson 18yearold en. president: of the:: North FlorIda -

Charles Sawyer and H. A. law- Civil R'ghts' Is the first word ,nt a All'sator'! Creek.In icnlnr at Keystone high Poultry Pi3iUic Association

son. The session was\ a specialcne Bradford Ccunly had receives: : his: letter l to Attorney Ther- School is another entrant In toltll:\ :! C.m\lls'.on.

last Thursday:: afternoon: to from HEW since Nov. 12. 1969. .on Yn\vn. Johns states: the annual straw brrry QueenH"Riily Beard' members: 1 a-''i> U 'll'd' i it

open bids on a caving: contractfor Bids:! on paving: an area on "Tin is to notify you in your Pageant/ st'tprll 3 at t t.j H.izen's U! Ge.titlll that poultry -

the vo-tech cer.ler here. south! aids! of the Bradford-Un official: capacity: ns attorney Hie Bradford 'ounty Fulr. producers: draw up theirown
ion Area!: VOc1t1onal-T chnlcal for for the County Commission HIT parents are :Mr. and :Mr. u'icllllt's an.l I present:!

When the subject of the Feb. Center were opined: but no action Bradford: County: of a claim Joseph! \ RriiNnn of Keystonellelr.hts. them to the Commission.

9 letter! wrhten by Leon F. coull be taken since! on One person' war: criliciilly injured lit( t this grade crissim; accident <>n.Market nsainst the county: for damages I li/cn also siupeftcil! n sanitation :

Panetta. director *i HEW's Of- two of the five board members : \ Koail last! t I'Yuluv morning.TrainTruck. resulting from rising! Waters eulm.uic: far the entirecounty' \
tee for Civil Rights Washington made the special seflsl::>n. which occurred as direct Lack Of Quorum not just the! chicken: !! .

D. C., was brcujhi. UP by Apparent low b'dJer: was Col- result cf the county's fa'lure indusiy, be considere: I Chairman

Casey Board Member Sawyer umbia Paving Co. in Lnke City and refusal to clean widen Cancels Second Zctlri Ham !lion agreed

remarked: : at 5272. Jack Bazett phault Crash and deepen Alligator! Creek School ,that I is nlso< A goad: liea.:!
Board Meet
Ikilbronnarea !
Aurthur Gn'Xlns.:
bid $5,989 and Warren Brothers "The County of Bradford was
"The fellow who wrote it taken under ma-' poultry producer and also
$9.010. The bids! were ? aware: of th's' dangerous
didn't know: what: lie was doing.( advisement" until the entire conriiiisn' over one A special meeting cf the an officer in the poultry:: assoc!
It just: doesn't mean anything." ,board can meet and make adecis'on. by reorients in ,this area of ago the Bradford County School Board Jatlcn. attcnilc.1! the meeting
called for Tuesday night to open .with Ildzcn.
The new ruling (Joes! not impair so as to prevent bids, was postponed again whena It was nRi\"Pd that the \poultry -
nlso told the two damaP.e!
/ to
Supt. Casey Critical To Man personal propeiiy.
Federal: funds the countyis in handa "As quorum failed to attend. A men will dow ui a set of
he has
board members! son as tile spcaiflc) : !
presently receivingSupt. letter from Insurance AgentBilly amount cf d-uinge; recent meeting, scheduled for guidelines: and meet with the
Casey told the two board memo can: bde- the same purpose was called Comml\<,lon within 30 :Jays.
.the old trmin-vl
Powell stating that \ "
1! 'ou111 be adv'socl.!
it Imperative off for the
deem same
bers. He doesn't reason. said he hop d the
ID answer the newest counv jail. a'Jicent: to the eld Willie McCollum, 40. was crl. at the graze:! crossing on Mar- vice, was thrown 47 feet from Yawn wit; copies of the let : would on the
ss'on move
charge since the county has courthouse and which the tlcally injured about: 9:07: a.m. ket Road east of Starke State his truck, after impact with ter to each member: of tho Su:>1 t. Tom Casey said the Coniini that time.

of applying for School Board was also given by last Friday when his 1908 Ch v. Farmers IVvket.: the train receiving a brain: County Commission and to thecounts matter will be held over until issue within the
intention aof
no Federal funds in the near the County Commission, is notlnsuable. rolet truck-van was struck by McCollum who operates a concussion, five broken ribs, \ clerk on Fob. i 9. the next regular board meeting At the!! l'2b. 2 meH in Il.im-
new Cemmlsa'.Qn! Chat': nt.tn
: :
the southbound S'lver Meteor window and floor cleaning serA end injuries! to both lungs. Ho The matter wis not di'cussed ; on March 3. ch'ck-
future. I that dead
was carried to the Gainesville! at (the Commission's\ ni'MmonthmeF.'iiiK Ilton \propitc-l
The bids to be opened arc on ensibc, dispossd!' of by burning.
deferment Medicnl Center where he was Monday:! mornin! ?.
The action goes foodstuffs for school lunchrooms Attorney Thoron Yawn said
back to August 28, 1908 when in Intensive- care until Monday Johns was beaten:! for his : and for pivlng at the the' Commission can require by

Bradford:! : County schools were ra afternoon, when his conditionwas ooninil"!"lo-i post by present: Bradford: Union Area Vo-Tech ordinance the Incinoratlon of

notified! by HEW final aprovalof reported improved: Boned 10G8.romplUhed. Member Ralph Bryan in Center. clench chicken: under! the! new

any application: for new Federal McCallum and a helper home rule pawsr.:: It; would
Frank Long of Lawtey, had
funds were to :be deferred: mark the fiii time the Commlstlon -
pendin an a 'mln fltr.lt1Ve proceeding r ; t0' t tfi y aY +?' e'.t.c gone on a job in Gn'nesvllle'! County Boards : will have used it3
about 3 a.m. Friday. They had
on Braiord's:!!:: compliance Name rule authority.
( status with the Civil c returned to Starke and Mc- Poultry
l-Yf H.i/cn onll I MOl'day the
Rights Act of 1964. Collum took Long home and Prod! is:?t's .socl.itton: hnsbron
was on his way to his own Be NamedBy
May woikint on the problemicf
Attorney George Pierce: and home at 1406 McCollum St. in
ww"tt dsp! i'il uf bead chickens
Supt. Casey went to Washington 1 t.t ar< Reno- when the accident ocur-
As a i 1"" nil ef a drive by
D. C. In November inos to .1 red.: There is no signal 1'sht at In-
snit' 20
ocir'iiin.! H.i/.3n
the proceeding before a HEW the Market Road crossing and CommissionAppointments clu'l'i\tor'l: i have been pui'chascdbv .
hearing examiner. In whatPanelLa's McCollum apparently made an
Feb.! letter terms effort to turn right when. he m-m'j'rs.: !
to three county; In otht'l.t't: !on, lh?! Board:
lative acts creating various local
of initial Decision realized the fast-moving Meteorwas -
"entry an
1 boards may become a matterof NctPd.: b'lt t t.lOk no :action on
toy a Federal hearing exam'ner": h J it upon him, but was too boards and /giving the
In stntln4I
controversy ensuing Attorney Yawn's letter:
Governor the right of appoint-
found in late to nvoIJ a collision :
Bradford: schools months with the County Commission ment of members. will cost up to $:t.r:>(io t'J condemn
Title VI of The eng'ne hit the left ofContinued
compliance: with rear given Home Rule Mrs.
new At last woek's legislative property) owned by
the 1964 Civil Rights Act andellg'Vllty ( \ on Page Four) powers to change special legis hearing, Commissioner Kalph :Mind"! Wa'awilwht H-'is In tho1It'1')1'lIn
receive Federal
b ------
: Bryan asked the Legislative 01'1fJI' JiainaRC! :
financial assistance! for new ; delegation (Sen. Mob Saunders ditch.: The coun'y' wa"t' a 50-

activities; was renewed. -- _N 'r7: Home Mail DeliveryNow Hep. Cne Shaw and Hep Kalph foot !str'p'! to widen!:! a ditch lead-

Tyre) if the Commission's new in" into Water: Oak: Creslc.A.k .
Then a year later on Nov Home Itulc powers gave it the .il Tax Collector J. U.

12. 19R9; the office of HEW light to appoint members of Kelly to find: o'it if It is l hnally

I f4 Due Small Towns the Hospital; Board, the Bradford pO'.,i'Jln: for he and Tax Assessor
( Development Authority, Gene Long to pay their

James Biggs and the Library Hoard cntir" telihone billy, l Uiclu'inz\ (

Bryan was advised that tho Inc tl ervl1.:< from f." s coll-: : ted
Post hv -
!! prlnc'pally
Gets High _
Hampton Brooker, Lawtey. delivery stops to fxi"t'n-/' Commission could go ahead by each offica( 1 Kelly i 1 both
and:! Keystone Heights are townsin passing the necessary ordinances offers presently: pay fn:' all ex-

James E. Biggs, project director Big BiteThis this area that are now eligible rural service routes, or of some by rxp1n'l1nJthe shorter: amending local bills creating tensions. and long ([.tanc:)
for home delivery mall tho said boards! providingfor
Bound at the
local :
of Upward calls, the set vice
route establishing: anew
or even !
Murray State University in service! under! a major new pro- appointment of membersby major pirtion: of the hills is
10-lh. Kinsley Lake bass bit Merrill will extend home route.In the Commission rather than
McMillan that
Kentucky has been elected to caught both fish at gram ch.UB"! 'rl! 'to the Commission.
for offices
off more than it could chew. The Kood the time delivery to an additional! four some ea'ips, the <;vernor, as at pros.vit.\ trunk
the National Steering Committee slime by just picking them that do not have rou'ps, rural said that K' lIy srld! he ha* two
Hep. Kalph Tyre
at the Upward Bound Pro- sized speckled perch sticking from the out of the water with his hand. He million Americans! mainly In routes from other offices will when the Home Rule Hill was lined into his offic!. It appsars) :

ject Directors' meeting in Denver bass's mouth just wouldn't KO down. managed to hook only one small bass. small first time.! communities: for the atop bv she pct office concerned debated, the intent of legislature to h'm, K-lly said' tint: Ins'al-

Colorado. -_._. _. ____._.. __..n. _. .._ _. ___ and nick vo the mall for Thelervlce/ improvement applies
llvp-y to patrons of such postafflc' missions In all counties suchpoyer. oMIu: uion of tho County Com-
BIns U marrlej: to the for. Dodd Named to persons served out of He advised ml'.oii.Was: .
Hryan ,
mer Maria Ellssa StefanelU of No/ Federal Funds 18.700 first second!, and third toll by Clerk: Inman
The only \'eou'rpmf' to ob- "Co ahead and try it, and It -
claps offices over the c un-
Starke. post that his cfflc- will tI ado
tain the service Is that if will hold until itischalle ed. Or"en
Chairman ty that do not already have Tyre said it was his Intent to copy nil mnchlnss: his :March
must reotlp.9''d! of the postmaster
Biggs graduated from ; service. Patrons
Murray city delivery give Commissions authority to 2. An A 'd"3'oariphMuHliai1 : !' -
State in 1966 and !to the affected those Ewing: more and matt he rtesirrd by
taught Hospital Board Due For are mn'-hliie will be installed! ;
Damages carryon county government ; !
over 50) per rent of The pa-
Upward Bound before than quarter mile from
program a away trons concerned.The to any extent necessary. and the Xerox machine: will be
'becoming director of the pro- these offices.To Sen. Sat! 11:1: ars said that the :1.
W. O. ''BUD Dodd, Jr. was fact that fpwr peons!
: service. It
ject. obtain the new
No Federal disaster funds mages from the heavy rains. Home Rule Hill delegates to -Atrr'i'i Jl'cus-cd: b'.tt took no
elected chairman of the Brad- is onlv that those will\ have to call at the cost offices
will be The Everett Johnson necessary County Commissions authority securing a ma'ntenance -
given the northeast Flo- men wore for not action on
ford County Hospital: I Board at disaster living: in the eligible! areas ark .their mall w'll to ordinance not in fir the :=I"va-
rida area for pay for flood coordinator for pass any acre"men'
-I Tues'aynight altar the In'epen'-nt stetus of
Its regular meeting damages sustained in heavy the Florida Department of their postmasters to provide conflict with General Law. florin the new courthouse! The
B. H. S. : succeeding George Shu- rains Feb. 2, Bradford County Emergency Government and such service. A majority of the post offices:: where the service Kep. Shaw said that while warranty expires! this September -

I ford in the post. Civil Defense Director Frank R.A. Langiotti of the Jacksonville those to be served: must desire< change is provided the the Hospital Hoard is createdby and! It appears, af"r "ev-

elected Williams told the County Com- district of the State Department the home service! befor it is cider raid.New the county, and supported ernl att"mp's that fw firm:'
Science FairPublic Arthur G. Loudon was : started said SMrke: PostmasterT by funds the Attorney
Inez mission Monday of Transportation. HospitalFor county are inter-s ?d In a contarct to
I .vice-president; and Mrs. C. Hazen Jr., whj advises General had ruled that it was
"It appears now there won't Langiotti was also the authorized > was: malfta'n: 'he elevator.
Invited Green was re-elected to another be any chance for financial aid" representative of the Federal by Postmaster General Union County not entirely a county function Asree I but set not ''.'ate! to

I term as secretary-!treasurer. Williams said "Nor will there Office of Emergency Preparedness Blount concerning;! provisions .of Starting Soon since it also served the city. b'd off items of urpu equipment

Friday 1-4 I P.M. E. W. Hodges Jr.. of Hampton be a Presidential Declarationand agency that would the new order. "Under: Home Rule however, which was used In the

Saturday 10 A.M.-I P.!\' \ Lake has been appointedby there will not be any mon- have declared the county Persons living less than a Construction of a new. :2.VbJ! : the County Commission would old coui thousc but 's not needed -
1.4 P.M. three-year ey." eligible for disaster funds. quarter mile from the post office has have authority to change the the bulMIn. Each
Sunday Gov. Kirk to a liObpltal for; U.ilon County in nw
Damage to Bradford County The survey originated from concerned will act and until the case is broughtto
continue to be ti' ed with; a
term on the board, succeedingT. been authorized by the participating Item will "?
roads and streets in the Cityof Duval County when Mayor Hans court, we'll never really
their mall the
p'ck up at post
H. Slade. who asked not to Tanzler state and federal I (O-XHI-\ know" (whether board has the numb: by Clrk Inman Green
Starke and damage to theCity's requested Gov. Claude
New Armory be rea ;>olnted. Although appointed sewer system have been Kirk to investigate the possibility office" the new order stated.1"That's cles and th3 Union County right to make appointments or and t F"osectiV3: : !bid 'ers will! be
"But the Postmaster: 1'10te< Lhe
Hodges has not yet estimated at from $50,000 to of obtaining Federal aid Comnils'lan. not). given a chance to !n'pect:
received his commission and no more than a few evolution last ....week the Saunders merchandise wherever It Is lo-
200 Projects $75,000 by Williams. for flood damages.Counties ; By : "We attempted to
blocks. This order make
1 lly Bradford Students ] did: not attenl: Tuesday's meet- The local CD head bald the involved in the home: deliveries will Commission: authorized the give counties the broadest Homo cated. The Commmssion will reserve -
In?. A native of Bradford; northeast Florida area was depending sur- available signing! of a contract as son a* Mule powers. We have been centralizing the right to acisp: or reJect (
County he is employed with, on big Duval County, vey were Duval Bradford, Nas- wherever desired! by a majority (Os the cor...actar. Tharp Consttuctlon too much power in any I b'.d. A person may: bid
I sau, Baker Alachua St. Johns
Products in Gaines of those llv'nq; bevond' a Jacksonville, Tallhassee and items as he wish-
Tung which claimed damages of $2 Clay, and Marion. C;). of Washington. on as many
The CommunityState I ville. million to help the area qualify quarter mile This distinct posts a terformance: bond! He added that he did not thinka es. but the Commission will rs-:

Bank for Federal disaster funds. The survey team was told factor can: be significant In Preliminary! work: on the project Governor would challenge a serve the- right to pick the: combination -
Mrs. Green has been reappointed "It appears they wanted to by Road Foreman that Brad- areas where large numbers of will' start -ton, and the Home Rule ordinance giving : of bids! that w'.ll! bring i

Accounts Insured to a new four-year rebuild their sewer- system," ford County has a total of 321 older persons are l'Ving. or in contractor has 270 colon inr Commissions the power to ap-t the greatest amount of money
now j term by Gov. Kirk. She !Is now Williams told the Bradford miles of roads damaged by remote !sections where even a clays to complex the bulling.It \ ;!! point members on local boards. to the county Bids! will probably

up to $20,000 by starting her thirteenth year Commission.A excessive water and that it mill distance may mean f a will\ ts located:! at the southwest Shaw: "It Is an untenable bs: opened at the April 6
Federal Deposit Insui II III on the board, anj has been two-man survey team will cost up to $1,000 per mileto lot In ,terms of travel d.fficul-: corner cf the Intersection position for the county to c create: meeting.

I ante Corp- I secretary .treasurer during! this toured the northeast Florida restore some roads to their ties," of State: Roads 100 and 121 in
---- entire time. area last week to examine da- pre-flood condition. The new proiT'am111 be ac- Butler on (Oont.1..oUItIU on rage Four)

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Stork Shower County Fire Dept.
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Interest VLj ri' --- 1 Ladies AuxiliaryThe
Of .J. For Mrs. PadgettAt
U.r. f J.'i} n. : : .? .;) ,
Cooper ,HomeMrs. Bradford County Volun
teer Firs Department! : Ladies
WOMEN Cecil Padgett was hon- Auxiliary will hold its second
ored with a stork shower Sat- meeting on Monday. Feb 23,
urday night at ,the home of at 7:30: p.m. at the Fire House
with Mrs. -Eiwards; Loop.
Mrs. C. L. Cooper
%* ** s** Gladys Mooty: Phone tfll.Tflflft .
>nnn n Mrs. C. E. All wives -of Bradford County
- ---- --- W, E. Lawson Sr..
Scott, Mrs. Aaron Padgett and Volunteer Firemen and any in-
Woman's Club' Mrs..Robert Autry ; !Mrs. Harold Brannen as co- terested ladles ate invited to at
Hears State SoilConservationist A Honored At ShowerIn 1 gift table was covered

Keystone HeightsMrs. !with! a blue linen: cloth overlaid: Garden Club
with white' lace. The refresh-
the former ment table, was centered with: To Meet MondayThe
At the February meeting of Robert Autry
with a stork, and a lamb vase
Crews, was ,
'the Stark Woman's Miss <
Club will
held red roses' Starke Garden
F. (Brasfleld. Assistant; honored at a bridal:: shower
Feb. 12 at 'the The hostesses presented the meet at 3:30 p.m. Monday at
State Soil Scientist from Gainesville Thursday night
honoree crib mattress. of the president Mrs.
George Kaut- with a the home
presented an interesting home of
ti + Heights by Games with prizes were play.ed L.L. Fullwood. Mrs. Russell
Soil Surveys In Keystone
"How -
: program can be used on in Urban, and a Miss Janet Kaufmann and Miss Frs1| t row ((1 l-r) : Nikki Crosby I'earleVolfml.. by the 38 ,guests. Norman corsagos.will give a demonstration

Suburban Planning." Kathy Hinck.Following Seleela Hall Janine Cay.: Stella Costello. Fawn Jas-: : on -
Mr Brasfield showed slidesof several games, the "ftt.Mary Cnlton, Diane Thomas! Charlene Mel-) -
the ''iifferent:! types of sail honoree was presented with
vin. Jnd l raw: Brenda CJrilfis.; Deborah Henry.
and explained the importance gifts which had been
; the Kosi- .Mcltae, 'l'erl'ilcNt.nl.: Toni Whitt. flecks' rKntue-s.ft
of getting a soil: survey before the dining room table as
starting a project, wheth It guests arrived. At one end of SiemerSharon:: Underhill, :Marie Curthie.: Barbara; !

ibe in farming or building A the 'table was a large umbrella Summers.' :ird .row: Ruth Crosby, Nancy Thomas,
question and answer period fol- decorated. with blue and yellow( C-irol: hl'.rinll'. Janine 1'arsnn. .... JiiAnn lla'-*.
lowed. (,? ? ??..r. and i nterlng: the
Miss Delia Rosenberg club ( table was a cut glass vase con. Girls Drill Team 6kiee''
.... carnaUons.,
president presided: over the U....u. a ; filed
;.business meeting. A motion was .; The refreshment table in UiO Scores Success With BandThe
passed that the club write letters .J dinette was covered with a lace
and blue damask, and RlY ef -
to our state senators: cloth over
represenatlves urging them to MilesBennettEngagement was:; centered: with 'double' ring newest addition to the during the marching season,often nished by the Starke Rotary I
work toward passage of bills cakes. Around the cakes on a Tornado Marching Band-- add ten hours or more Club participated in many community -
whichwould further develop ToldC. reflector was a ruffle of yellow the Girls Drill Team practice to this. activities, including the
conservation programs in, the satin. On either side of the has just completed a very suc- Besides learning the many Homecoming and Christmas SPecial ,
schools. F. Miles, of Lake Butler. cakes were ,blue tapers hell:: by cessful first semester. different routines, they have parades. They marched with
Mrs Cliff! Hazen Mrs. Guy announces ,the engagement and crystal candelabra. Crystal Bradford Coundans have special Instruction to develop the band in the Ocala Christ- t \ ONLY t tt
Sale and Mrs. E, L Matthews approaching marriage of his compotee: were used for the greatly enjoyed these high- their individual talent. Recently mas parade, following the Flo-
were 'appointed to the nominating daughter, Mary-Ann to James nuts and\ mints, and punch was stepping misses and If all goesas as part of her classroom rida State Band Contest, in _
R. Bennett, of Ormond- Beach served from an Italian yellow- the girls hope, Indianapolis. work, each girl was responsible which the drill team and the
committee.The Mrs. Richard Ind. may be enjoying them, too, for the choreography of a band received a superior rat-
tea table .covered with son of Mr. and glass punch bowl, place: on a
of Holly Hill. come the Indianapolis "500"In complete routine. ing the highest given.
& white linen cutwork cloth, Bennett Miss Miles, daughter of the cutwork cloth. presented corsages May. With just a little more This course is part of the The girls give credit to their t t tt
with The hostesses DINNER
centered arrangement SEAFOOD
was the regular curriculum at BHS and
of artificial! fruit: with late Gertie B. Miles Is a 1964 to the honor; her mother dreaming, they can hope Education instructor, Karen Tally, for
nation will them via earns one Physical
High: entire see their many accomplishments,
and coffee graduate of Union County Mrs. Lester Crews, and to
candles.! Cherry pie credit
television. per year. and to Band Director Dean Cas-
were served In the sun room School and Is employed: In .he Mrs. Robert L Autry, motherof These girls spend five hours The Drill Team, whose attractive sels for his "patience and for-
"with! Mrs. A. Russell Norm an office of Union County Tax As- the ;bridegroom. The honoree per week in the classroom and, uniforms were fur- titude." I t98C
presiding at the silver coffee sensor. 'was also given ,Ian silver bud t tt
service. Mr. Bennett Is a 1963 gradu- vase. containing a Shasta \
ate of Mainland; High School daisy. the bride's favorite flower .
and Is employe by Florida as a memento of the oc
Power & Light Co. at Ormond casion. C

Shower For Carolyn Given MengAt Beach.The wedding will be an eventof t AMERICAS NO 1 HOSPITALITY TREAT t tt

April 4 at 7:30: p.m. in Har- Mrs. ReeseComplimented
St. Edwards mony Free! Will Baptist Church Joey New ArrivalsBradford OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11 A.M.: TO 9
Lake Butler All friends and

relatives are Invited '.O attend. t PHONE AHEAD 984.5126 P.l\Ii
Miss Carolyn: Meng daughter of At Bridal Shower County Hospital announces 'ci6 YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY
Mr. and Mrs Paul Mcrg: of Luncheon Given the following births: TAKE OUT -
Hampton, whose marriage: ;; to Mrs. Joey Reese, a recent
Theron Hunter will be an For Mrs. Autry, bride. was honored with a Mr. and Mrs. Archie Crews, it601 N. Temple Are. U. S. 301 North
event of February 28, was 11:>11. Recent Bride bridal shower last Thursday: Lawtey, a son Archie CrewsJr.
ored at a miscellaneous slower evening at the home of Mrs. ., Feb. 11. Graceful fabric valance concealing fluorescent. tube behind M C. R. BRASWELL Owner-Manager ]
Sunday night, from 7 to !0) o' Mrs. Robert M. Aulry. who Jewell Noegel Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs.Willia.ti Franklin ted Ihem to demonstrate any design period.how easily Table today'lamps lighting are well idea scaled* can and be adap properly -
clock, at St. Edward's Recreation prior to her recent mariiage Mrs. John D. Odom m. Mrs. Rosser! Starke, a daugher, located for reading In bed.
Hall. was: Miss Carolyn Crews, wni' John( D. Warren, Mrs. Michael Sherrl Renee, Feb. 11.
,the honor guest at! a buffet Waters and Miss Jackie Smith.A Mr. and Mrs. John William
Hostesses wire:! Mrs Peggy luncheon Saturday 'at one o' pink and white color Padgett, Starke, a son, John
Shalle-: :. Mrs. J. C. Wallace of clock. given by :Miss\ Madge: scheme /was carried: out In the Cecil, Feb. 12.
Kuystjne: Heights: :firs Peter Mlddlcton and Mrs. E, L. Mac- floral arrangements. The refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Thomas: Carl '
rfleshlnger. 111'3.hcha.el: Gil- thews at the home of the latter : table was covered Harper, Starke a son,Jonathan e d .RUGGED SMART WELL-MADE ROOMY !
hooly, Mrs H, O. Bates III, en East Adkins St. with a white linen Italian cutwork Leslie, Feb. 12 ,. ,
art Mrs Joe Gissy. Mrs. Autry was (pi'evented cloth centered with white Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Junior
with a. corsage of pink and md! pink gladioli! in a crystal VariMS, Starke a son John .

with The a gift silver table and whl.3 wr.s cel:ieait-:ere do pink white!satin carnations hearts, ,accented upon arrival with; bowl.Games were played: and prizes Andrew Rosinski, Mr. and Feb.Starke Mrs.13.,John a daughter George, ....'. .. .'.: I L-:: .' :' / ',:........ ..S.t :.
I .
shaped bell encircled w.th red at the party. awarded to the winners. .
KImberly Ann, Feb. 15. _
camellias. The refreshment ta- The hostesses presented the j)
The buffet table, overlaid :.t ..
,... .
ble was overlaljMt.i a white with n linen cutwork cloth, was' honoree with two( pieces of het :!, :.::.:::.::'.. : .
cutwark: cUth over:! red satin. centered with an arrangementof chosen china as a memento of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Warrenof : "
Centering the table was a brills; pink and white gladioli! car the occasion. Decatur, Ga. announce the j > j\\\ \
doll surrounded: by red: camel- nation: and miniature chrysan The 75 guests Included:! Mrs. birth of a daughter, Leslie Ann, : ... ., ,
has ar.cl:t red satin ribbons: t) themums. J. T. Pollard, of Ocala mother on Feb. 9.Cadet '. .> ::::
which: of 'the honoree, and: Mrs. R .. :: i'
w ce attached red: h arts. Tables, where the twelve W. \ ;:
Silver c-.mpjtcs! .V1U: Reese. :: r
n;::Jited fruesU were seated were covered ..
mints and: nuts. Silver trays with white embroidered Hatcher '::)".... 't ':'j.; .):

KeU heart-decoratd; cake. The Linen cloths, and centered with Promoted To ( Il -\
punch bowl, encircled with ca- pink camellias. Bridal placeCards MYF Sub-District ,1

mellias of the 1-efre.uinient al:11vy.: was table.on ons:! end marked. the seating arrangement. Banquet HeldIn First SergeantCadet ..,....,... ,:..!

Among the forests/ were the Fellowship HallThe Harry M. Hatcher nt _.-.. --:., -? i.:
Among: the :-
guests attendingwere honoree's mother, Mrs. Lester has been promoted to the rankof ''f 1 r.:' _
the grandmother: of the Crcwaj; and Mrs Robert L. Annual Wesleyan Sub. Cadet First Sergeant in the r. :: ,

brlds-to-ba. Mrs Freda Meng Autry and Miss Susan Autry, District Banquet was held Mon- Corps of Cadets at Ncrth Georgia ...,
of Toledo Ohio'and Mrs. Clara mother and sister of the bridegroom day night, Feb. IS at 7 p.m. in / College DAhlonega.He .'::.%,:..::' ,:;: /..::,: :' j.lc j.:.
lIoucalso:' of Toledo.: the Fellowship Hall of the First will be serving as the :

Mrs Saily :Meng was in charge Mrs. B. G, Ferguson and Miss United Methodist Church. Rev. First Sergeant of Company A. 0' ..with enduring,
of the guest book. Defy! Matthews assisted! : the William D. Tiffin, pastor; of His promotion was based upon : '
hostesses! in entertaining the Trinity United Methodist academic:! as well as leadership r
The hostesses gift to the bride guesta.!: The hostesses prtscnted Church in Gainesville, was the qualities. ::t. protective
elect was a two-tier gold tidbit Mrs. Autry with a silver trayas ,speaker. Cadet< Hatcher is the son of :' 1'1'WI
lJsh. a remembrance rUt. Youth from the First United Col. and Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher : ::'; ::;:;; .. plastic tops !
- - - Methodist:! Church in Lake City; Jr. of Rt. 1, Sharks.! He : rL-- .:: .

Wesley Memorial Methodist graduated from( Bradford' High .... .. .JIY _
Church in Lake City; Columbia \School and is majoring In Busi., ,......, ......:. ..
V//, Circuit, Lake City; Lake Butler ness Administration at North '
United: Methodist! Church Grace Georgia College.Kentucky.
Methodist Church. Lawtey; Mt.
Morlah Methodist Church,
Starke: Pleasant Grove Methodist Singers ,

STARKER PET 4CENIER United Church.Methodist Starke, and Church First, To Be Heard 3 Piece Colonial Bedroomin

T i Starke, attended. At '
PTARKB OLD Firs:: Baptist
Wcirm 1 rich t tone: "old world Siilom" finish i

Madison Street Specializing in spirituals, DOUBLE DRESSER WITH

Church HostsSweetheart hymns, and folksongs from the The rich good taste of this Colonial styled suite adds a note of FRAMED VERTICAL MIRROR
: Golden Hamsters-each- mountains of eastern Kentucky

$ Banquet a the 30-member"Voices from choir Appalachia,will appearat ," quiet refinement warm and dignity to your bedroom. For here's ROOMY 4-DRAWcR CHEST

White Mice 2 f for Friday night at the Madison 7:30: p.m. Wednesday, Feb. u world of storage space in the large double dresser and chest FULL SIZE POSTER BED
- Street Baptist Church >tr>e Intermediate 25, at the First Baptist Church,

and Young Paople's! Starke. Construction is of excellent quality with center guided dust-

Colored Mice. 2 f for class Banquet.were given a Sweetheart students Members at of Alice the Lloyd choir Col-are proofed drawers. Plastic tops are mar, scratch and stain resistant 1 88
At the entrance was a table
which held a ballot box, a cer- lege whose purpose is to offer rich old world salem finish with massive shaped blocks -r? -
Turtles 2forFISH f amic shoe set In angel hair Appalachian youth an opportunity
and surrounded with cupUs. to develop the capacity on drawer fronts accented with ornate antique finish hard
and service to man-
The dining tables were cover. leadership

: ,'/ ;; ed with white cloths and cen- kind. ware. Truly magnificent furniture that will give you pride in
tered with ivy and rei and
white camellias with rei: can- The week-long concert tour here of five is part South-ofa owning and budget priced too. Many other pieces to choose
l '( 17'\ dles used at intervals down the All Al BUDGH MINDfD
; The choir takes
-c : eastern states.
i-o.n'J'.. WHILE THEY \ / length of the tables two tours annually as part of from all budget priced.
LAST k. Dean Cassels was guest a program designed to Intro-
speaker. duce students to sociologicaland
Mrs. Jackie: Chapman solo- econom Ic situations beyondthe
Red Moons---5for-H ist, sang two selections, accompanied mountains. .
by Mrs. Mona Canovaat NIt's A Fact You Can Do Better At"r'

Painted Moons-5 for T the piano. Savings Stamps .r", -
::: :: ::; ;: :':':'::: :: :: :.;.:.:.:.:

Red Swordtails-3 for I f'G L"A''S-S ....
The U. S. Department of the
;=! FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 1 Treasury will discontinue use

PAINTED J:j1 1 1j1 of saving stamps after June ururfure.
r 30. A, Clewis Howell state o,
Swordtails - 3for f ;j1 FOR EVERY PURPOSE j1 f'' chairman of U. S. Savings Bond

i Committee, said this week.
111 j1 j1I1
BLACK I. SHEA'S School youngsters may complete

I1 1 j any uncompleted stamp
Swordtails - 4 fr() f' GLASS co r books and trade them in for
} savings bonds use the partially
::; :c
:: 172-4.115 172-4351 ;
PUPPIES - J.OOuptpAGE .:g;; 1111 N.W. 4th" PUtvtfttm&ttffS. Y: completed book for purchasing -
:::: G.h".1I1. :{: savings bonds at banks or have J
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: ::: the stamps redeemed at the il3-1 w. Call St. Phone .96-1-5827 Starke, Florida
post office.

. 2 TELEGRAPH FEB. 19, 1970


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CJ1; Ijp- hnow 1 I

Mrs. Keith and
children of Tampa Gillingham are spend- Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. II.G. Bollinger, accom-
:ord County Hospital this week
panied by Miss Mary Bollingerof
ing this week with Mrs. W.B.
were: Mrs. Ella Mae Chastain Tallahassee, visited Miss
Mundy. Eddie T. Jackson, Paul New- Martha Bollinger in Mobile, '
some, Russell Griffls, Mrs. I t U. S. 301 North Phone 961-7500-
Mr. and Mrs. John P, Judd Lau- Ala. over the wcu!t" ld. y4, F
Beverly M. Bryan Mrs. I !

and Ga. family spent of last Warner weekend Robins with, rie B. Sapp, Mrs. Charity Henley Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Mrs. STARKE FLORIDA

their Michael Bryan, Mrs. EdnaL. P.T. NoUn visited Mrs. Lenora 1
Mr. Mrs.
C.W. Cogdill, and Mrs. Judd Jones, E.L. Harrell, AndrewF. Jackson and Mrs.Marie Siemer "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
John II.
Yarns Forsythe, in Alachua General Hospital I
Adro S. Brown, Mrs. Edna Sa-
Saturday afternoon.Mr. 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Morri
vue, Mrs. Maggie L. Griffls,
son of Leesburg were week-
Paul G. Hicks. Mrs. Alma and Mrs. J.H. DuPre
end of and
Mr. Mrs.
Leurck, Starke Mrs. Eula T. Commercial Driving Course
Henry Morrison.Mrs. ; visited \11'. and Mrs.J.P. NorthIn
Cannon, Melrose; Mrs. Lizzie Macclenny Sunday.

W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Shadd, Raiford; Mrs. Sidney Graduates 7 At Vo-Tech CenterThe Feb. 26th.
11.103lott.: Brooker Mrs. EdnaB. !
; Mrs. Harry Gruen and daughter -
Keith children
Gillingham: and
Sullivan, Palatka; Neil La- visited hoc ;parents;:: Mr.
were Wednesday guests of Mrs. mont, Park of the Palms. and Mrs. Aaron Kandel and Bradford-Union Vo- tance of safety on the highway.The .
Don: Musselm.in: family in Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruen In cational-Technical Center formally graduates are, left to

Jacksonville.\ Mr. a.l.Mrs..) W.F. Swlnyer Miami last week. \ graduated seven studentsIn right: Roger Skelton, Instructor -
of Keystone Heights! were Sat- commercial vehicle driving, James Douglas, Jr., Doris An unusual time for us
Mr. and Mrs. W.It. Nollman: urday night dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Pat Thornton Friday, Feb. 13. R.S. Wehmier Marie Newman Jerry Wade
spent last weekend Sebring. of the Governor's Highway Safety Williams Vera A. Morgan, De-
Mr. and Mrs. W.II Nollman. spent the weekend w5th! Mr. to announce an unusual ca
Commission spoke to the lores M. Price, Jon Douglas .
and Mrs.W.I.1hchughlnJacksonville. : -
Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Brig. Gen. and :Mrs. Edmund graduates stressing the impor- Gober, and Dale Younce.
J.R. Wainwright! Mrs. J.E. New Camaro.
J. McMullen: of Tampa, were --
Tomlinson, and Mrs.SL. Peek,
overnight guests Saturday of Mrs. Barney McRae and Vlrs.
Sr.guests were of Mrs.Saturday C.W.luncheon Chalks; Mr. and :Mrs. E.L. Matthews. C.P. Nazworth visited Dr. a.*! Hospital EmploysDr. 1,263 Receive

Mrs. Barney McRao. Jr.in Lake Harold HouserAs
in Gainesville and attended the .
Melody Cutino of Tift
City last Thursday.
Art Show at the Mall. FoodsIn
College spent the weekend with House PhysicianDr.
Mrs. Mildred Cuttino and Mr. Mark l\bk
Sgt. and Mrs. T.
Mrs. Comer Perr of
and Mrs. F.B. Beard. and son, Tom, of: Lake City December
Jacksonville\ last week
Harold Houser.D.O., for-
and Mrs.J.G.
with Mrs. E.K. Perrjman. Mr.Perrymn Friends! of Mrs. C.J. Houpt were vlsifng; Mr. merly of Chicago, has been em- -
Caldwell over the weekend :
Family food assistance was /
joined them Fridayfor will\ be interested to learn that ployed as house physician at In -
the weekend. she entered St. Vincent's Hos- Wayne BlankeiisMp! and WIN Bradford County Hospital, received by 1,263 persons
Bradford County in December
ptlal for surgery this week. of the Univer- effective February 2.
:Mr. and Mrs. Raymnd Howe Dr. Houser will be on duty 27 more than received free
of Lokport, N.Y.; are spending :\11'. and Mrs. Marvin Stewartof sity of Georgia spent th3 week- Monday through Friday from food commodities the preced-
end with :Mr. and Mrs Edwin month according to a report -
several weeks at their home Gainesville were visiting 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. where he ing ,
at 823 W, Cypress St. C.L. Cooper on Sunday. Williams. will handle emergency room from the Food and Nutri-

dutites, as well as the needsof tion Service of the U.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran- room patients during those Department of Agriculture's
STAKKE PLAZA nen were Sunday visitors of hours. Atlanta Office.

Open All Day Every Day Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coon In Dr. Houser, 31, took his pre- Clay County also showed a

Fri.. Sat. until 7:00 P. M. Green Cove Springs. med courses at Roosevelt University slight increase USDA in commodities.persons receiving -

Chicago, graduatingwith
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- a B.S. degree. He receivedhis 1,983 persons received free food
ler were Jacksonville Thurs- Doctor of Osteopathy degree in Clay County in December
day attending a family birthday from the Chicago Collegeof up 41 persons from the previous
party given for Mrs. 11.0. Bates and interned at month. There were 500 persons
HI. Osteopathy receiving the free food in Union \Ve waited 11.1, lung to uiimnime thi tivuCiinmro kind' of bundling thank tu a new suspension.
the Chicago Osteopathic hospital b&1CIIU8"e hail soincUnntr unusual :New Cma, ru.. Tlie Super HuirKer. See
i'I lie is a nephew of Miss County, down eight persons up our niteve.A it in our Spoils Uepaitmi'iit. Along with all
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner Gertrude Houser, of Keystone from the previous month. whole new car.. of our other sports mullein, like Clie\olle, SS
visited Mrs. Robert Faulknerwho and Is in the Florida's participation in Stop in and take a new Ciunaro for u :Nova; :SS, iiiul\ Monte Carlo :SS.
Heights living
: test And\ft hilt,vou'ivlitfreenteriSS? fe\
is confined in Baptist Me- USDA family food assistance run.
L.A. Canova home at Kingsley Expect u low. i-oml-luiirKintf statue. Ex. our'70 Cliev, \y hi>ui'ti Holiday IffB
morial Hospital with a broken Lake. programs totaled 262,247 per- pest a slinky new shape that gets 'UIII'IIIII''I1. 1 DrawinH.V\; IIIUII&1olIII: OpiUeH; ;' I I Jt ) )
leg, on Sunday. Dr. Houser was employed by sons in December, an increaseof aim pumping just sitting in it. Expert: bucket Including 1U spurts \iicii- t L B- rseats.AwroparoundduahStmuinrlfiontlasc /
Special Purchase more than 20,000 persons I loll I.-ips i| foi two- /32 En7x iixnn
the Hospital Board of Trustees
John Adams and Miss Dell over the number taking part brakes., And expect to expurit'iice whole new >heiem tlieorM, !
with the recommndation of the
Moredock of Athens, Ga. were medical staff. during November 1969 The Increase -
weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. was due to the entryof
Boys 6.18 NoIronWESTERN 11.11. Adams. Stewart Spraggins Brevard County into the com-
of Little Rock, Ark. was Mon- modities program and a contin-
Jo Ann Salter
day overnight guest of Dr. and ued increase in the food stamp
Mrs. Adams. Named HomemakerOf program in Orange County.
Orange is the only Florida
r Tommorrow county now using the food stamp!
r Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Waters ;;
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan, program, where a person is
and J.S Waters, all\ of Law- BUS senior Jo Ann Salter hasbean given stamps to use in shop-
JEANS/ tey, and Miss Linda Morgan name) 1970 Betty Crocker ping in grocery stores, insteadof
enjoyed an eveningatThe Lobs- Homemaker of Tomorrow on surplus government commo-
7 a ter House in Jacksonville Sat- the ,basis of her score In the dities. In December 5,386 per- ThoselS95 cars
> urday night: homemaking knowledge and sons in Orange County received
food stamps compared to 1,925
aptitude test taken by senior
Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Jack- girls on December 2. last November.
son had as Sunday guests Mrs.Jackson's In addition to receiving a Foods distributed In December leave a lot
had retail value of
parents, Mr. and silver charm from General a
CARPS Mrs. II.E. Smith, of Willtston. Mills, sponsor of the annual more than $3.3 million and
t included dairy products, canned
r Mr and Mrs. W.F. llerlong program she; is nw: eligible to and dried fruits and vegetables,
compels for one of 102 college to be desired.Look
LOW had as Sunday guests Mr. and scholarships totalln: $110.000 canned meat or poultry, grain
I Mrs. John Stewartand Rod- and cereal products as wellas
A State mmemaker: ant:
ney, and Mr. and Mrs. F.V. other items such as peanut
will be selected:! soon,
SALE Herlong, all of Jacksonville. runner-up butter and scrambled egg mix.
with: the winner to be awardeda The 5,386 persons In Orange

:.'011'. and :Mrs.\ Colon Thomasand $1.500 scholarship nnJ the County receiving food stamps
PRICE :Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest W. runner-up a $500 educationalgrant. Invested $33,071 of their own

Allen were fishing at Inter- money and received USDA food
lachen !Monday, catching the Later this spring the 51 coupons valued at nearly
limit. Homemakers' representing every $88,000-- representing an increase -
Open Sunday
state! and the District of Columbia in food buying power

L ..; Mrs. Sam Rosenberg entered will Join In an expense- of almost $55,000.
1 To 6 P.M. River Garden Best Home in paid tour of Wash:1": If ton. D. C. In all, 10 counties in Florida

Jacksonville Tuesday to undergo and Colonial WUlam: burg, are without either USDA food d
Perma Press Western Jean has 4 1 J therapy.A Climax of the tour will be announcement program. In Florida the State
cf the 1970 All. Department of Health and Reha-
pockets leg. Poly/
American homemaker of To bilitation Services supervises
of and
weekend guest Mr. f.
Cotton assorted colors. 618. Don't operation of the two food
J Mrs. Henry Stefanelli was their morrow, who will receive an family
miss this spectacular value! j son-in-law, James Biggs, who Increase c of $5,000 in her schol assistance programs.' In Bradford -
County Commissioners
( was in Florida from Murray, arship.
/edra Hamilton and Dave Shu-
Ky. on business.
'ord administer the food assist

ance program

FLA. PEST CONTROL Refresher Course

2500 Being Offered what Nova gives

Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Barkleyof Registered NursesA
Jacksonville visited :Mrs.

W.G Stringfellow Wednesday
of last week. Refresher! Course for practicing for just
and Inactive Registered you

Miss Carrie Sanders will vis- Nurses, offered by Santa Fe

OFFFRUIT it Miss Joy Novak In Moultrie, Junior College, will\begin Tues-
Ga. this week. day, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in Room
M001 of the University of Flo- 94.0C nor

rida Shands Teaching Hospital.Dr. .

The TelegraphFor Richard Gilliland, Santa

TREES FLORIDA Fields Fe Director, said of the Health course Related, designed 140-horsepovver six; Body by Fisher, no less; bias belted

Office Supplies to update the skills of ply tires; four rust-preventing inner fenders; longer

KE(.. S5.00PECANS Phone 96 .6305- an Registered examination Nurses of ,the will new Include nur- wheelbase and overall length; wider stance for greater

------NOW $3.75 PEAT sing techniques and skills, equipment stability; more usable luggage space; cargo-guard

SERVICE SCHEDULE in, and patient medications care. New Involved luggage compartment bulkhead; and flush-and-dry

REG. st.oo: / CATHOLIC CHURCHES philosophical concepts such as rocker panels to keep rust out from under doors.

Now2.25 3 BAGS ST. EDWARD'S, stare: the relationships of the H.\:<
Sunday MM, a-sm. aDdllS to Practical Nursing and Phy-
: a.m.Monday. sicians' assistants will also Putting you first keeps those 1995 cars second.
KEC; $3.00PLUMS:
MM, ale a.m. be explored.

NOW $2.25 0I Wednesday Maw, 1 a..m.
$ Saturday Mass and No- :Mrs. Judy :Morris, US, NS; ,
RN. a staff nurse in pediatricsat
I REf! 8.1.00 veaa. 7 p.m. Shands, will teach the lec-

ST. WILLIAM'S, X'itone HU& ture-demonstration course. Dr.
: PEARS-------- $2.25 Sunday: Max, 9 a.m.Wednesday Gilliland said Mrs. :Morris has

Novena, 7 p.m. had five years practical experience -
: REG. $2.00 as a nurse and has

ST. MARY'S, Maccleiuiy: published numerous articles on
GRAPES-------NOW $1.50 Sunday Mau, 11M: ajn. nursing.

Open to any Registered Nurse
regardless of whether she is
Spring Annuals Azaleas Liners the will
THE BRADFORD now practicing, course
meet each Tuesday for ten
COUNTY TELEGRAPH weeks. Interested nurses may

-d' register now in the Recordsand
LORIDA Publuh'd every Thursdayat Admissions Office of theCollege's

C 0, Stark 139 ,W.Florida Call Street 32091 West University West Avenue Center, ,or 723 at I Ii.

Second CUM the first class! session.A .
It EST I 6 at Starke, postage Florida. paid

registration fee of $3 is U. S. 301 North Phone 9fil 7i00
Subscription Rake" the only charge for the course.Individuals' .

o OHTRO'I In trade area: $>CO per STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner
year; $2.75 alx month desiring further ,
I 39 E. Call Street Outside trade area; n SO information should contact Dr.
DOZEN Phone 961-5745 Gilliland at the East Center,
GeEACH per yew; 93.00 Sty months
I CHFMICAL 615 N.E. 2nd Street, or phone or Later Your Favorite Dealer"

372.9501, extension 4 or 66.

FEB. 19, 1970 TELEGRAPH P.\GE 3



To Help Draw Up County WillingBut Hospital Full, Septic Tanks Improperly Installed Rotary. T. Farabee ElectsD.

Sanitation Rules For CountyContinued No Funds Schools! Hit As Draw Fire of State Health AgencyToilets As PresidentRev.

(( From Page ODe) concerns home sites that are Dew tt T. Farabee, Jr

Voted to table until lM nexc Inclusive bid! by .the Galnesv'll: Flu Bug BitesBradford that don't flush whenit less than halt an acre In size. pastor of the First Method
meeting any award of a heatIng firm that Installs the equip For InsuranceThe rains and septic tanks have It is said that septic tank per- Church was elected Wednesday: ::
-condllcntng.. and ment, ,but no decision! wa'ma back up and overflow of Florida's mits should be denied for any as the 1970-71() president t cf the
plumbing, contract for the new :!e. The board Indicated;; it County Hospital: is drawn criticism lot less than 10,000 square feet. starke Rotary: Clirt. He will

courthouse. It was! d'scussert! \ will confer w'th: Csiurastai:: : Bradford County Com monthly premiums. at county schools were hard l hit health"It's agency.time someone put a Individual hardship cases succeed incumbent preside:

whether to accept a split;: bid Ernest Triest and Arch'.tecl! mission is willing to pay part Daryl Mixon, Blue Cross- ins! list, and attendance recordsa stop to this septic tank mess," should be given" but"appropriate this would J. D. Doyle when the new affl
from two Iccal firms! or an all Frank Georgs.'( of county employees hospital Blue Shield representative,said county schools were hard hit said Dr.James Bax,State health consideration to, tracts of land cers take over at the first: meeting ..
insurance premiums but Is unable his company requires participation this week in the wake of what secretary. not apply lots. in July.
i f man' a' ''he next! "'"ile; from the employer before Health Department calls subdivided Into small BabBurch and Cot.
.... ,, ,,., I". ( to do so this year. the Septic tank failures are common must make Rev. :
; n '" ''I 1)1,1' m ? QIL Man Critical Is allowed of "Such elected
The Board agreed, however an employee group "a high! incidence upper respiratory all over the state, Dr. appropriate James T. Griffin were
'1)1') e .t to ""l"lr'; ""tnt L/I.'ra/ take out a policy with Most provision for board
.. to pay $5 per month on the to infections. people Bax said, but are reaching Intolerable either by to two-year t terms on the
""e bcmd' t than. 't Mlxon: said sewerage systems
are benefits. there
this highest simply call it "flu in closely
After Crash Insurance premiums year proportions nearby of directors.
spar" .e'l' ..a,> a :"ttJ! buy tAsk and to be reimbursed by the BC-BS feels the employer contributions 'by covering a multitude of packed subdivisions where extension of the existing construe don of President Doyle announced

q m employees. That request was are an Incentive for tanks have been used In Improper facilities facilities or until larger that Rotary international: wilt!
''Continued: From Page ODe) made by Mrs. Loretta Mer an employee to Join the group. sins.Dr. county soil conditions, rather interim be expanded," It celebrate its 63 anniversary on
A Y. Cov'.ngton! can
desire to systems
ritt, employee of Tax Collector County; employees than Install sewers. February 23. The Srarke Club
McCollum's truck throwing 1 It J.R. Kelly after the Board increase their hospital room health officer" calls it "a mix "It costs the developer money was said. of the septic tankis is 33 year oil having beecranlzed L'I
53 fet! from point of Impact, indicated it has no funds bud- allowance to $30 per day and ed thing: ranging! from millto to put in sewersit's cheaper "The age" Bas concluded. in 1937.

McCollum was thrown anothe geted for insurance premiums to have major medical Insurance severe, and lasting from 24 to put in septic tanks that over, Dr. ... .. 'u __ _.. .. ._. _...
47 feet for a total distance! of this fiscal year and no unspent benefits Included In their hours to several days: some don't always work," Dr. Ba
100 feet from point! cf impact. funds from which to draw such policy, Mrs. Merritt says.Cost Asian flu and some of the old- said. "But when it comes tc
The traIn travelled approxl money. would be $9.83 for a single fashioned variety probably health, that Isn't going to gc
mately half :a mile before I t To pay $3 per month for 40 person and $24.81 for a family caused by a virus. This: is the in Florida" !
could brake to a stop then employees for the remaining policy.At second and most severe outbreak For the past two decades,![ Ricbui.R
ticked 110 to within a !short :tits seven months In the current the Feb. 5 meeting the of the winter he sail. the Bureau of Sanitary Engineering (,i.
: ,tan.'e of the demolshed truck fiscal year would cost the county Commission heard Mrs. Mer- has recommended: thai ,
Charley cix -v whll the accident was investl Si,400. ritt's request on behalf of county Unstable weather conditions: no mass housing be developecon FURNITURE
gated. S eei of the train wa; Chairman Zedra Hamilton a- employees and agreed to ranging from warm to cold. the basis of septic tanks : ;
est'ma'ed' at 60 mph. greed, however, to consider have County Attorney Theron and usually wet, have been a. the health secretary said. "But I.
Jots. T'A I City Patrolman Calvin Pace, the request again next year and Yawn Investigate to see !if the contr'butlng: factor to the out in spite of 20 years of warn j
to Include funds In county can legally pay part efforts, ne I
Tho mid the accident repOrt.char'4l to attempt break. He thinks it has about ings and regulatory i
?'? McCollum with failurto !i the next budget. of the hospital Insurance pre reached is peak, and should estimate that half of the residential By BILL WILSON
County employees are seek- mium. Yawn ruled that such start capering off. population of the states
About This Question: ," yield right of way. ing Increased benefits on their payments have been legal In on septic tanks," Dr. Baa'

hospital Insurance policies, Florida since 1965. Sarke Elementary School had said. :\ "BUTTERFLY"
Mrs.[ Merritt explained at the "It's something you need, students absent septic tanks
more than 100 Thirty years ago
"Regardless of how man;;) County May Board's Feb. 3 meeting. This Commissioner Ralph Bryan told Wednesday, from an enrollment were considered a boon to k 300 YEARS OLD y
items of jewelry, watches, can only be accomplished if Mrs. Merritt. cf 576. Southslde Elementary household sanitation. For Flo-
necklaces, bracelets, pre: Name Boards the two groups In the county; "You don't have much there h.ii: 7rf absent Wednesday rida's sparse and widely separated -

cious stones, gold and furtray combine into one large group now when you consider" pre- ment of 530. But the! worst absenteeism population, they signaled The oldest "ittorfltill l alive i i" nJ doubt
stolen does' th and if the Commission agreesto sent medical costs. Southsiie:! came on the end of oldfashioned"privies" .
at .
be 'Cor.tlnu--d From Page! One> tile t.ililo l h v tlut n unc.The
at least $5 toward the"Are
pay and were consideredsafe.
new Homeowner and Ten board with local ......._... .... .......__..'.HU__u.n................. the day following the six-Inch ;,
t4: and finance a :::;;;;; ;;;;:::;?.oS'o: : ;'>>:':-='>>: :;;;:" :;:;:;:;:>::;:';;:tWty-y-WiK-r-x-x-j-x-sfKWKg: : rain' of February: 2 when 163 But when the population;'.'
ant Policy cover only up tax money without having the partly started growing closer together .
$500 of the total loss power to appoint members." absentees were bad reported roads rather after World War II. pro- 5? butterfly table
attributed to
Should valuable jewelry, He advised that the Com/nis- | Rights Enforcer Who Wrote f than illness blems began to arise. Finally, :fjf. got i it,* name because
sion ahead and make appoint health authorities believe, cumber
and furs be insured to ful I go sep- j\ of tuned
'' ::
ments, after passing the necessary tic tanks are starting to posea
'all risk. reported brace
Lawtey Elementary 'fi? some
value by seperate ordinance, and see what' Bradford Decision Resigns real health and environmental -
insurance 7"Charley! happens. 6i> out Tuesdiy, ani :around SO problem JA held. up the leases on
Wednesday:! from a total enrollment :1',' hath id"! It Wi'amofe
Following the hearing Bryan Dr. Bax has directed Dr.
said he was speaking for himself of blunt pursuit of schol desegregation of 260. Wilson T, Sowder, director of t all tin rage! in the
E. at the meeting, rather than Leon E. Panstta. dlrecior! that brought! him into the Division of Health, to review rJJ 17th fcnltirv. But autt.ravtabl.
the Office: of Civil Rights la: BradorHlih\ School: reported
the entire board, and he did three principal loiiiileageilperoii
conflict: with existing regulations on man a !
not know whether the board Washington D. C who w-r teBradfrd open antagonists: The Just'ce 181 stu'er..s Wednesday. septic tanks and recommend k inut t lia\e *nlTeroil through the
JOHNS AGENCY County that new Federal about :1 6 per cent of its total
would approve or reject an Department of Attorney General Imtvjdiate revisions to insure &t meal! 'I'tsdty'4 ad.tptation4, | make room mi-
will b 'anled.: has enrollment of 1.091. Thl is
ordinance giving the Commis- ? John N. Mitch:?!!, Republican that such tanks are installed ilerneath. ran *it t"'l1If"I'I.hl, .
So. Walnut St. his HEW :pst: -le- about five! cent more than | o
131 sion the right to make appoint- resigned top conservatives: on Capitol per onl>' where tne>' are aosomteiy ):t,'"
Phone 964.5070 ments to the three boards. portedly by request or under Hill, and WhIte House political normal: aSjsntee!: rate of 11 pjr safe and appropriate "U new f

--eee.-ee.-.-e.-.-ee.--.-..-e-..-e.-eeeeee-.eeeeeeee.- pressure didn't! speak the stmejlsis hoping to build! a cent. laws are required to do" this, t
: "Leon just the we will get them too Dr.
permanent GOP bast en in :MOM school administrators
WANT HELP i same language as those South South and across! the heartlandof agreed! that this! winter's aisen.teeism !: Bax said. ( BodcockI
: the White
in according
ern strategists conservative middle Amer had been the'ost experienced The main problem, 7,
e House," one tp cfcl-l of the at leatn!: recent to the Division of Health, .;t
TJ S. Department: : of Health ica. .. ..
AP article and attributed: aJ-
it to
According to anther years FURNITURE and APPLIANCES .
Welfare HEWI
: With Your Lawn or Garden? : Education. sayinjr. one of HEW Secretary verse weather conditions.! The \' "> '
!been quced as
has "
: Robert H. Finch's top ales is lar?* incidence of absenteeism: \ V I .
describe: In news ,, .)O'' 't
: Panetta l' quote: a.? saving: "Leon has ;\'ill\ cost the!! school system financially \ \ .' '" //in/ It the. Itiril/ i ill"n'erir.; .
; Join The Basic Horticulture Course Ate paper article: as an ajgrws.va liberal; been the ax on and off for : since! state funs are :3-i.. ..; .n". J.,,.\1
'eu'-old Republican: ; \ : ... "
: 31' :: ; would: take an ag- rere'vd can t average dallyatiey.dane :" -.>- ...-t.L:." i."" :
He ,
CenterLE.tRN months. &&$' '
Vo-Tech 4
The .
S who jesined under f.re as .7 -1'' .,W. "" .IO\-<< 1 1t
giesslve action: and .he White :: basis! I
: e chief of HEWs office: for civil: of House would !be on him and .' .>.-.f
: had charge
INSECTS rishts. Paretta -
: Finch again
enforcing! civil rljhta: lava andreulations
: PRUNING= DRAFTING; ETC. : within HEW'j purview Panetta's resignation! came
less than :a year: after he moved
t ; For More Information, Call 964.6150 : Top HEW department;:: Associated officials t as> HEW a principal frcm a aide Capitol! to former KUjob WHY PAY MORE

e say, according: to: an : H Kuchel, .
Sen. Thomas-
i e e Press item in the Feb. 18 issue! *
: Be Ready For Spring! : of was the Paneita'Florl 'a T.mes-tTnlon affirmative asgreasive. it- R-Cal'.f.Panetta: a native! Californian,

: : vocal and sometimes male it to Washington! bv way j
.*...................................... : : of law school at the University
_.______ .. u .,...,.-.... : of Santa Clara in California
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: Within moivhs at HEW he
i had lost his!! first major battle.
The president shifted chisf f
.;..r:. i respons'.b'l'ty': :' for school desegregation
< to the more conservative

I i July. Ccurt Justice: order Department rather than!In

:. we handing you a line trmlratlnj of Federal education BUY FOR LESS
: a'd' became the instrument
_ #',: You( bet we are! for echool desegregation.! I

fey.. Panetta's civil! : rights office
began a deep slide: Into eclipse:

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:{{, : :yk { Driver Charged Flim Flam Arson TheftIs
rbp -
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1}k Tax CollectionOption 11 With DWI After # Artist HitsA ,

Leaving SceneMichael SuspectedAn
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Asked .w flim-flam artist who tricks
storekeepers into trading him
: Stephen Bryan 16, and grand larceny
A } ,C a $20 bill for 20 one dollar arson
j Donald Jackson. 13,
11 and investigation is being conducted -
s 2 Box 57 Starke, bills, then end) up with all the
both of Route by the Bradford Sheriffs
B City OfficialC.ty treated at BradfordCounty money, twoStarkebusiness
Y .. were es Wednesday afternoon. Department after a house ownedby
Y Hospital for minor Injuries Mrs. Garnet Studer burned
following an accident: Saturday, ; rsF
Jackson early Tuesday morning.
city an extra $4,250 to have r The two places were
: Councilman Ne'l ivc&.r' 2 miles north of Starke on SR-
bas the collecting job done by theiCoun.ty ). s Minlt Mart on Madison The house on US-30l southof
asked the Bradford! lerislalatlve 233 (Morgan and the Branding iro.i: Restau-
slice Tucker said. driver of 1960 Ford Starke burned completely
delegation to support a Bryan, a rant Temple Avenue.
>bffl at the 1970 session which The city Is already having its pickup truck belonging to Lloyd One and possibly two to the ground, according to De-
,iwouU make the consolidationof tax assessment roll made up James Bryan, told investigating : I are involved in the trick swap- puty John Dempsey, investi-
by the County Assessor's officeat but the remainsof
city and county .tax assessing Trooper Carson Turlington """ ping of cash,according[ to Bradford gating
an Annual fee (Jf $3,000. that a dog ran onto the several items Mrs. Studer
and:! tax collecting functions Deputy Sheriff John Dempsey -
: ;
optional instead of mandt:,tory. Tucker said, and .this practice: road, causing him to run off investigating officer. said belonged in the house.
would be continued since the on the north shoulder for a The items were three refrig-
At the gslatlve! hearing According to descriptions
held here February 11. Tucker! city does not have a ;set-uD for distance of 54 feet, then cross given the Sheriffs Office, the erators and a deep freeze.

said that 'the City of Starke: 13 making assessments. New SupervisorIn the road for 72 feet, and along trick artist is a white male, The house was found ablaze!:
set up to handle the tax collecting Tucker said that' no cuts the south shoulder for 26 feet five feet nine inches tall, 170 at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday. It was
would .be made in the city's before overturning and rolling not Mrs. Studer
job with its present force Probation pounds, with dark hair anddarksuit occupied as
a staff even if the tax collecting, another 40 feet. ORIENTAL: SERENITY Shoji screens and Mandarin rod and dressed very neatly. lives with her mother a snort
no extra
'would expense, whereas it job is done outside! and, : conse And Parole OfficeAngus Bryan was charged with violation posts und beams arc cleverly combined to create a bedroom Local businesses are warnedto distance away.
tax have to pay the county quently the consolidation, would of restricted license. with Far Eastern charm The queen-sizc bed, outfitted be on the look out for such The state fire marshall has
collector a fee if handled cost more, not less "The addi- T, McDowell a new Cleo Carl Thornton, 35, of with a luxurious cotton innersprins.: mattress is trtca-- Deputy Dempsey says. been called in to assist in the
through his office. Estimates covered with a snug-fitting/ spread of striped cotton. The y
office Route I 1. Box 201-A, Lake But-
tional pense would,have to bo supsrvisor; in the Investig.ltion.THE .
motif is carried
of what the fee would be out with a highly functional s.\s
range DWI and
passed on .to the taxpayer," he of t the Florida! Probation and ler, was charged with
from five to ten, per centTucker of accident following tern of built-ins hidden by sliding walls in the dressing\
said. said. Parole Commission having( leaving scene area. Two deep upholstered chairs odd a Western touch of h
Sen. Bob Saunders< said the teen transferred from the Jack collision Sunday on comfort to this design by Ving Smith A.l.D, J TELEGRAPH
Since the city's tax roll !is approximately Intent of the consolidation bill sonville office of this agencyto SR 229 (Brownlee Road) near For Office I Supplies I
$85.000. at its intersection with Bayless
was to save money, and indicated1 the local office during De
five per cent :it!, would cost the Highway.
lie would support a bill cember to fill a vacancy left ----
to put 'the matter under local by the 'departure' of Peter P, According to Deputy; Sheriff
Robert Green, Thornton was

First on option."We have put the cities [in Marshall.Mr.. McDowell. : la originally travelling west on Brownlee line
Road, crossed center
nn untenable position" he said. from Tallahassee!!> and Is a graduate
and struck a 1951 Plymouth sedan -
"Ws have toll them they must of Florida! State Unlver.sity. travelling east, and drivenby YEAR END PRICES
thegreen consolidate their tax assessing He ,will be working In Richard Lafayette Sapp Rt.

nn'.I tax collecting functions Bradford, Baker ant Union 2, Box 112 1/2 Starke. No injuries
with the county without telling Counties ,all served by the were reported.

them what it will cost. The Starke office.Effective The accident report stated
:: legislature should set tho last November I, that Thornton did not stop, and
r 1 charge for these services." the Starke office became a, was later arrested in the town
Y Rep Gene Shaw. told Tuckerto district office of the FloridaProbation of Raiford.
have the city determine the & Parole Commission
l.I.iii exact cost of having the assessing and is known as District
: and collecting functions! 41. It was formerly a sub-office! Swine Meet NOW !

perfomioj outside. rather than operating] under the auspices of

base objections on what some- the Gainesville District Office. Set March 9
one "thinks", 'the coat will be.

"We need to have this information : Florida swine raiser will

lain and before we can act intelli Dateline BMS meet in Tallahassee at 10 a..m.'Mal'ch .
-HP "
garden tractor gently. he said 9 ID discuss: the currenthog
Saunders(! said, "We hive: put'
cholera .situation and to set
FROM ALLIS CHALMERS The Bradford Middle[ School
everyone in an uncomfortable dates for special feeder pig We Must Reduce Our
17 Powerful 12-hp engine position. The tax collectorsdon't did not have the "It's Academic" sales.
with standard 12 program last week
-volt : know what thy shculd
startergeneratorTwenty.one cr-arpe: \ mj+ :! the cities a-e afraid! because just about everybody in The meeting Is scheduled in
I7J forward school Valentine's
of additional! costs. Our intent was having
speeds I Day party. the Mayo Building Commissioner
'."3 Patented mower attach. was to reduce costs" We had the program on WednesdaY of Agriculture and Consumer InventoryNO
Tucker indlc! '\ted that he
ment prevents scalping this week, instead of Services Doyle ConnCl-
!G: Year 'roundversatility would determine the exact
last Friday, because Thursdayand !said the next schedule of sales
costs! and report the figures to will Include; several
more mar
Friday are teacherplanning -
Ask demonstrationOutdoor us for a \ the Sales Iporlslatlve: Tae: l session.Exemption( days. The winners will be kets.March The 27.Livestock current. schedule ends REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED !
announced in next week's paper. on
-" Tucker also requested that
The Bradford Middle[ School
Product cltVs Abe. exempted! from payment also had its annual Science Fair; market operators inNwlhwasS
of elate! sales! tax on Wednesday night from 6 to 8 Florida have beenconcreting

"'e are now Equippedto equipment purchases: and received p.m. It was considered a big[ floors ,to( qualify[ for
Handle all >our Re promised! support of success and wa would like to the special feeder pig sales.;! NEW AND USED
such legislation: from all three thank everybody who participated -
pairs on what we sell This .special type; n.a'fug is
legislators. in this event.
necessary to maintain: adequate'
Tucker said that sales tax on Until next week see you a-
i: STARLING a new power generator( could round the carpet. cleanliness and disinfection to CARS TO SELECT
prevent me: sp aad of hog cholera :>
run as high as $10000, and
to other herds.
that th's additional! cost would Camillc Gassett

have to be passed on to the h-. _. -
I Farm Supply.: taxpayers.* 'breaks which would allow them yaw! FROMAT
'AVc' have game cities! t .n.wtJ1t'ke'ndvantag
, ji J Saunters" nnd Tyre said they'do( "compete with private Indus-7v of private
wouH support the ''try unfair basis. He saId
proposed on nn
:: 225;) West Andrews St. ex iin<"istrIf thpy can" Shaw
emption for cities "100 per at present there is nothing to
fla'd. "an-1 this should be;) carefully -
Starke, Fla. 32091 "
cent. Shaw said) he would vote prevent a municipality from "
fPhone" 9G4-6062 for such exemption, but seemed lining into any .tvps business, it wa"'ched.
Councilman P. T Nslln criticized BIG REDUCTIONS
. about givins clt'es' tax \\'I.hps to promote. the State Department of

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,. Department) for its handlingof

drainage en U. S. 301 in the
city. Hs said that the storm
Jlt"s sewer carrying writer from 301
Here .
to the OrariRS Street drainage

d''tch)' Is ina""equate !In t'mci! of ... -. .
"... ir flood, and should be doubled in ::-
G capacity.

Nolln said a peculiar! problem ". .
r [ts presented by the fact that
t the city ha easement to one 1970 Maverick r

block on the ditch! stnrtlnsr at

(Bicr Orange St., but the DOT has!
xl easement on the remainder of
the ditch running to a pond in
'the northwest section of the .

; WRITING city. He sa'd! the DOTwauld:> + ..
not accept an easement! to the
f city's block, and would not t Fairlane 500
keep the portion covered by Door Hardtop

QUALITY IN the DOT easement! cleaned out,
Hs !sail this had: caused floodwater ee eu?
to overflow the ditch
n and damn e adlolnlng proper

I A POCKET In Saratoga He'hts.'! __
Rep' Shaw s'iprcestsd' : that the -

city come UP with a compost t
city-county plan drawn! up bj y Galaxie 500 >
PEN comootlfnt!: engineers, for cor Door Hardtop _

t rcctlnff the dralnnns poblemTh's i.
ftj '! could be pre'entel: to th i.i Department; of Transportation! i, sd

j* he sail: *nd the: leglflativdelegation e
: Retractable pledged its support ) ?t

f( Self EmploymentTax

Refillable AppliesTo Now our White Sale White Sale Torino. Now we're offering

Farm Income Galaxie is the lowestWe've taken ourlowestpriced special deals on

priced full-size V-8 hardtop trade-ins for best-

Florida self-employment farmers are tax for subjectto 1969 hardtop, anywhere! and sale-priced it! selling Maverick.

Ikwl if their farm Income is $400 Special Galaxie comes with Comes with popular extras Double your savings-trade

or District more,Director AJ. O'Donnell of Internal Jr., 302 V-8, special interior trim, like racing mirrors, vinyl root your old car (for a brand-new
Revenue, ad\ises. and big savings! and morel!

is The 6.9 self-employment percednt with a tax maxi-rate $AVE! $AVE! $AVE!

r mum of $538.20, and is In
(BiC) addition to income tax.
A self-employed farmer is
one who operates his own bus[
ness or farm. A farmer is also
'Jr it ri:': considered self-employed if he FORD COUNTRY See howyoullscive.
employs others to operate or
work his farm even though he l
does not !live on it himself. WHITE SALE .
A farmer must file a Federal ,

,., Income tax return and pay the
self-employment tax due if his r r TT i See us!
net earnings from selfemployment -
are $400 or more, even
,4, if his gross income Is less
than $600 and he owes no Income -

;,* tax. MotorsYour
A special optional provisionin Terwillegar
lr the law enables farmers to
acquire Social Secrulty credits
r; even if they have a loss after
f expenses are deducted.
"Farmer's Tax Guide" IRS Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford '. i

I" Publication 225 furnishes more "
detailed information on this[ And Union Counties
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH subject. The booklet Is avail- -

r'' able post without card charge to your by sendinga county 206 West Madison St. Phone 964.7200 Starke, Fla.]
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14, Tharpe 40.13, Hart 3-6-
12, Crews 0-1-1. Totals 21.
Oak MocclennyCagers
To Live 16-58.

S5wic's 2 Games Live Oak Statistics

Drop BUS 14 19 14 18 65
LO 18 17 17 2577

-- ww V -' to close the deficit BITS -Graudons 8-1-17, Mur

Bradford battling cagers t to quarter two points, 33-35 at halftime phey 5-0-10. Graudon 6-4-16.
dropped games to Baker County Johns 4-2-10, McGee 6-0-12,
BHS Faces Jackets and Live Oak in the past I But Live Oak won the third Register 0-0-0 Brown 0-0-C,
week, but stayed In both con- t period 17-14 to gain a five Flynn 000. Totals 23-7-65.
OakFrier 5-1-11, SmIth
tests until the final minutes. point 52-47 margin. Live
> Bailey 3-4-10, War-
The battling Tornadoes got 14-4-32,
Tornado cagers were downed within three points of the Bull ren 0-1-1, Morgan 10-3-2: ,
58-52 by Baker County here five minute Jones 0-0-0 Rollins 0-0-1
: with about
last Friday then were beaten dogs to but had to start fouling Pourille 0-0-0, Herring 0-0-0(:
Iin Tourney Tonight 77-65 by Live Oak numbertwo go in an attempt to get the Edwards 0-0-0. Totals 22-8

i team In the Florid Star ball as time ran out. LO outscored 77.
Conference, Saturday night on the Tornadoes 25-14 ii
road. BIIS was right in _
the .
The Florida Star Conference get hot and pull an upset. No opposing teams againstthe both games going way into the Bradford cagers hit 48 percent
Basketball Tournament will begin team in the tournament is con- their scoring average from the 50'sInto fourth period. Tornado cagers of their shots from tin

at 5:30 today (Thursday, sidered unbeatable by any other Tornadoes the 60's or higher when have been credited with play- field. But Live Oak did even

1 Feb. 19)) In St. Augustine. team.Tornado Sexton cagers says.will have the BHS played the zone. ing the two season of the, better especially gamesof in P -T T7 better the field., hitting 53 per cent fron

Bradford High will play in services of their leading scor- It will be an all out effort the Live Oak game Alfred Smith led the Bulldogs -

the second game at 7 p.m. er, David McKnight, who has against St. Augustine tomorrow with- with 32 points, his top
against the home team, St. been out for the past five games night, Coach Sexton says."They They played both games Mc- of the season
David performance
: Augustine. out leading scorer hit 14 of:
::: Bolles and Orange Park vie Knight who has a 17.5 average. Really hot Smith Bob
.. the floor.
I in the opener at 5:30. Live PalAtka-........ BUS: trailed by a few pointsin 20 shots: from had 23 points for
Oak and Lake City will vie '>. both games and/ had to con- by Live Morgan Oak in his top performance -
II at 8:30 in the final game of '" tinually play catch up ball.Against .
: round. !!........_./ 8:90 Macclenny, however of the season. Bobby;
: the opening : Frier Live Oak's leading scorner -
tied the game 45-45
; and Eugene
I;: Two games are scheduled 3:59 left in the final period. make four met
:: Friday night In the semi-finals. Hellee5:3o !. Randall McGee, playing for Mc- Bailey 10 to .

: Winner of the Bolles-Orange : Winner.. ... \ 8.00 Knight, scored the tieing bas- : to hit In double figures.All
:: Park game will meet top seeded C..Ja.1( > -- --- CIIAMI'IONMIIP ket. Dean Johns, who tad:! a 7 five BHS starters hit lr

': Palatka at 8:30.: ------ .DAMN for 11 performance from the Mark Graudonsled BRADFORD I
'. double figures.
in his best shooting night
i: Winner of the Starke-St.Augustine floor added two baskets e with 17 points, Freddie HIGH SCHOOL I
the ,
contest will meet the 3 t,4rkeTno year Graudon had 16, Randall Mc-
: out to put BUS
from Class
:; winner of the Live Oak-Lake 1nner. I ahead 49-45 & Gee 12, while Tim Mjrphey Rings ;
:: City game at 7 p.m. in the > P and Vein Johns each had 1C
t\ America Pineal by
:=. first gamo Friday. That means ::It. AU!'.. But then the Tornadoes went points. -
:: BHS will play at 7 p.m. both 1:00: cold. Baker quickly put in three The two losses leave the Tor- r'r Gn\1 I I
: nights if the Tornadoes can buckets with Murray Melken- nadoes with an 8-12 season ,
:.: beat St. Augustine tonight.The Give Oak ....... hous, Harry Crews, and Curt mark, their first losing bas- ,,1
8.30 ..... Winner Tharpe doing the shooting, and ketball season In several years.
( championship game is set /' Baker led 53-50 with abouta The 1959-70 cagers, however, 4-WEEK DELIVERY (y

:: Saturday at 8 p.m. take C1ty minute left. are 7-5 In the tough Florida Your choice of stones itr7s"; ;

::= Palatka, winner of the Florida with an ankle Injury. expect us to play man-to-man. Baker added insult to injuryin Star Conference. Encrusted initials : I'
title is the team to beatin zone," the final seconds as. BUS I
a: Star McKnight Is scoring at a 17.5 They hope we play a ,
:; the tournament. The Braves clip and Mark Graudons has said Sexton of his opponents.St. fought and fouled to get the White or yellow gold '

L. 10-2 conference record. a 14 point average. Both boys Augustine has gone down ball. The Wildcats made 16 their of "' ,* ___ Baker Statistics Diamond tops ': .,
Tornadoes, but free shots, scoring on
i Live Oak is the number two the have season been has hitting progressed.higher as twice by a total to the of only three points. 22 attempts, and ended the gamo This attempt by Baker's Harry Crews got In- 15 12 16 52 10k or 14k gold '1
team with a 9-3 mark in loop BUS won 41-40 in the third 58-52 in their favor. BUS 58 Design under stone
Freddie Graudons, Dean side the BHS zone defense despite Mark Graudona'defensive Baker 11 15 12 20 -
play. Tim and Randall game of the season in Starke BHS trailed 9-11 after the first
Johns, Mjrphey, effort. Crews scored 18 points for the
i BIIS has 7-5 conference edgedto j
a Tornadoes
McGee have also shown Dec. 12. The period and 24-26 at the half. BIIS- Graudons 7-1-15 Mur- Woodhurn'sGem 1
mark. they can hit in double figures.All a 55-53 win in St. Augus Going into the fourth period wildcats. 0-0-0, Graudon 2-9-13,
While Palatka and Live Oak said Coach Da phey J
of the two tine Jan. 23. only three points best perfor- really hustled, 0-0-0
did so in one they were had one of their Johns 7-0-14, Riherd
: are tabbed the teamn to beat, games with Baker County and If they get to the championship down, 3740. They caughtupbutcouldn't mances of the season.They ran, vid Hjrse who also accompanied McGee 4-2-10, Brown 0-0-0, Jewelry j.t :
pretty will Oak,,
team are Live
conference the Tornadoes the team to I
game, hold the lead. rebounded 20-12-
Live Oak last week. they shot well, and 000. Totals '
S wall on an even keel this sea- face top seeded Pa BHS down four points,,,, Register
wes Phi.t
Coach Sexton says his cagers probably Four men on each team scoredin well according to Coach Chuck StaiKe, 3 3r
son, BUS Coach Mike Sexton latka. The two teams split two For BUS team 14-18 after the first period.o 52.Baker Ken-
thinks his will be back in their m n-to- double figures. Mason who handled the Crews 8-0-18, -:.." '
$ says. II3 definitely man defense tomorrow night. games this season, each wIn- Mark Graudons led with 17 while Coach Mike Sexton was But the Tornadoes outscorec I 0-0-0, Meikenhous 6-2- '
v Tornadoes have a chance to at home. BHS won 62-5 Fred- "Wa Live Oak 19-17 in the second t nedy
least With McKnight out and Mur- ning points, Dean Johns had 14, away for the weekend.
take the somebody tournament a lot or of at trou- phey and Graudon also with and Palatka won 64-51. die Graudon 13, and Randall - -- r r r r s-tr ta trr r r ta t. w-

t r: give ailing ankles, the Tornadoeshave If they get to the semifinalsFriday McGee 10.11arry r--------------------- I
ble. gone to a zone in several night,the Tornadoes will Crews had 18 for the
There is also the possibility II
:; Park, Lake games. But they are Inexper- probably face Live Oak, a team Wildcats. Big 6-9 Murray Mel- I
Bolles Orange
; St. Augustine could ienced at playing the zone and which has twice beaten them, kenhous had 14 points: Curt 1I
City or Live Oak won the game here I Tharpe 13, and Bobby Hart 12.
.. 66-62 and then beat BUS 77-6!; Baker County scored 21 field CONFUSED
last Saturday. goals to BUS' 20 and 16 foul 1

BHS Runners Edged BUS could face Lake Cltj, shots to BUS 12. I
I in the semi-finals. The Torna. BUS won the first encounter II
does won 62-55 over the TI-. between the two teams 51-49 I i
gers in Starke but were edge I in Macclemiy. I

\ 2 Points By GHS two points, 51-49, In Lake City,. In Live Oak the next night I i iI

\ Bradford High trackmen came I a very good time for BItS this 1 ( I About Interest I Rates II I
within half an Inch of beatingout early in the season, accordingto I f
Coach George Loper. .
Class AA Gainesville High at
School in the first meet of the The BUS sprint medley relay II
r season here Tuesday afternoon. team of Turner, Stephens _
r Douglas, and Wayne Bennett I II
: GHS edged Tornado runners had a 2:09 in the first meet, I And Terminology?
: 8078. The hotly contested meet also very good for so early _
: went down to the last event, in the season, the coach says. II

: the long jump. GUS' Richard "For this first meet I feel II
Williams jumped 18-8 feet to outstandingjob
: the team did an >
beat out BUS sophomore George just two points
in finishing
I Barton, 18-7 1/2. by half an behind an AA school like So Are We I II
inch to win the meet. Gainesville," Coach Loper I Frankly

I Williams was a triple winner, says. II
GHS here again
BUS will meet
and 220
firsts In the 100
Feb. 25, at II
i yard long jump.dashes as well as the 4 next p.m.Wednesday along with P.K. Yonge ? But we do know we pay the best II

t, scored Clay 29 County points in High the Schoo meet.! and"We Lake feel Butler.we can do even interest rates in the area consistent I
the coach
better the next time.
Freshman double winner Larry for Green BHS with wasa says. BUS underclassmen, especially r with sound financial manage I

firsts in the mile and two mile are coming around % 4 I Ime"t.
well, the coach says, and he
runs, two tough I .
expects an exciting year.
; Sophomore Wallace Lee won II

i the 440-yard dash, was sec- I W II
; and In the 220, and fourth in Field Events
the 100. II
Junior John Douglas was second -
= Shot put1) Twedell, GUS
in the 100-yard dash for 2)) Hart, GUs, 43-9; f 1r

BUS The at second 10.3. team place of BHS Tommy 880- 3)4)) Buby;Mathews, BHS,,40-6.GHS, 42-2; And You Get More At First Federal II

yard relay Discus1)I Hart, GUS, 125-2; I
Smith, Brant Turner, Hugh 110-4 i
2) Caldwell, Clay ;
and John Douglas II
Stephens, 3) Twedell, GHS, 110-4; 4)Neal I
turned in a 1:34.8 performance.UPDATED ,
GHS, 108-1/2. II
Pole Vault1) Roberts,Clay Jtr

10 D. Keys, BUS, 8-6.
High Jump1) R. Frick, I For Instance I

BHS, 5-5; 2) D. Strandige, GHS. I
Tornado defense in this loose ball in
zooms on
a GUS 4-9.
5-0 3) Espenship, savings 1I
of knowing are
Broad; Jump1) R. Williams, the Macclenny game. BHS players are (1 I-r) Dean I you get the security your

GUs,18-8; 2) G. Barton, BUS, Johns. Freddie Graudon; and Mark Graudons. backed by our reserves and surplus. 1I
18-7 1/2; 3) D. Standridge, GUS, I II
18-7 1/4; 4) Chatman, GUS, I
Ye 1710. an d've been paying consistent interest and I '

Running Events Non-Competitive Softball LeagueTo I dividends since we opened for business in 1964. 1'I

1)I 120 G, Myers yd. High Clay,Hurdles--18-1; 2) Be Offered By Rec DepartmentThe !I and we pay the intangible tax on your account. I

S. Grant, Clay, 18-1; 3) J. Andrews
BHS, 18-2; 4) L. Green, I
Department able to play "for the I is insured by F.S.L.I.C. for
Clay 18-4. Starke Recreation they are and your account
where the emphasis I
100 yd Dash-J 1) R. Williams, will approach the fun of It" and
1 GHS, 10-1i.; 2) J. Douglas, BUS coming Softball season with the Is not so much on wlnI $20,000. I
10.3: 3)) J. Christopher, Clay, idea of providing a Softball ning but having fun.If the league I
BHS 107. for those people who does develop no A.S.A. regis-
10-6 4) W. Lee program
One; Mile Run1) L. Green, would be Interested in partici- tered player will be eligible I I

bhs 5:01.5; 2) K.Prevatt,GUS, pating In the game of softball for entry in this particular I Plus. .

507.8: ; 3) B. Booker, GUS, primarily for the fun, exer- league.It II
5084. cise, and enjoyment that one is also planned to
3:18.3; 4: L. Clay experienced management.
I In the get
when league as you
880 yd Relay1)I GHS- 1:34.0; can attain from the game a competitive 1
'. BUS- 1:34.8. his objective is not "win at past, in which the teams must I

A- -- 440 yd Dash1)W. Lee, BHS, any cost". be A.S.A. affiliated and with will the I Not to mention the fact that at First Federal we 1 i
be clas- In a league
would compete
GHS 55.6 This program
DENIM-Sportswear 54.4; 2)) B. Williams, ; of advancing I
and hope Business.
denim has a new lookthat's 3) Patz BUS, 57.5; 4) Stand- sified "non-competitive" desire Tour- I appreciate your
for Championship
A league would be formed to A.S.A. 1I'Efl
far removed from ridge, GUS, 58.8. will be
classic "jeans" look. Cone 180 yd Low Hurdles1) Duns- the sole purpose of playing soft- naments. This league I
Mills spotlights sprightly ton Clay, 22.6; 2) J. Andrews, ball on the local level, and one governed by A.S.A. regulations. I I
plaid cotton denims that coordinate BHS, 22.8; 3) L. Green' Clay, that would be limited to residents A meeting to determine the ::: I
with n variety of 23.0:' 4) J. Dyal BUS, 23.7. of Bradford County only. interest in the Recreation SoftI I .

bright is solids.used for Hot this orange lean 880 yd Run1). Sullivan, This league would not be associated ball League will be held on I ... ." IJf
denim 2:11.7 2) R. Fill BUS, March 3, at the recreation 8T- f
that tops matching ghs, : ; with any organizationsuch Tuesday :
plaid pants. Made from Mc. 2:15: 3) B. Paterson BUS, 2:15.9 : as the Amateur Softball office on Temple Ave. I I I .1
Call's Pattern 2270. ; 4) R. Cade GUS, 2:20.1. Association of America.There- (old Armory) at 8 p.m. Re- : ,
Sprint Medley Relay- 1) BUS, fore the team in this league creation Dlr. Gene Rayburn I A_
2:09; GUS, 2:13.5. would be concered only with would like to see civic organ- 1e
220 yd Dash J 1) R. Williams, local league play, not being Izatlons and churches formteams ( I LOAN ASSCIIATQN I4VMAkV
The young militant down GUs, 23.7 2) W. Lee BUS, eligible for outside tournament and participate in the I B' SAVINGS AND
the block wants to oppose pol- 24.0; 3)Christopher,Clay,25.1, competition. program. "If you are Inter- ,1
lution and the establishment 4) T. Smith, BUS, 25.3. ested in seeing the league I
but says it's difficult when the Two Mile Run- 1)J L. Green There may be many men In formed please attend the March $ I
establishment comesout BUS, 10:56.5; 2) L Garrett, Bradford County who would en- 3 meeting," Rayburn asks.A I ((904)) 964 5000 391 WEST MADISON STREET SL117,' .- I
against pollution, too. BHS, 11:11.2; 3) K.Prevatt,GUS Joy getting back on the ball I STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
11:11.4: ; 4) Lowery. BUS, 11.23. field but not In a competitive meeting to form the com-
One Mile Relay1) BIIS, situation- Men who like to play petitive league will be held I ----------------------------------J

3:48.6: 2) GHS. 3568.: the game but In a situation where on Tuesday, March 10.

4vgnFa TRI.RGUAPII FEB. 19. 197ft -

":;:* :: ::: '" :::::::::::::::::* *::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Brooker resident' and: ''was a KInK They will be living near> Salt Windy Weather. iheavlly wooded areas.It CARD OF THANKS L! A..A _
V** friends. She to Is suggested' that drivers: na tJ'. .
X about all her Springs It sure will be good We wish to express our Bin-!
BROOKERWT was very much impressed: with have them back In Florida after And High Speeds (be alert for these> danger spots cere appreciation to Elier Yarborough .
.{ air; beautiful new school imU SP4 and Mrs. Patrick: CasUen when app-oaching! them. our many Mends: and kind
JOYCE STOKES E. Klelnman spent a week in and Pvt. Michael Waltourger, ofusgetta Gusty winds, prevalent at "A gust of wind can:. push a neighbors for the beautiful d

SWEETHEART BANQUETAT at Dean Baptist' Church last New York on business, and Ga.. were visiting'Mr. this time of year, combinedwith car Into another lane, or"completely flowers and. food In our b'mecf '
BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday night. Dinner was' after a few days with the temperature and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and high speeds on the highway off the roadway, said sorrow. May God bless you
down to one degree family during the 'weekend! :J) Col. Rell' Clifton, PUP director. all. Mrs. Frank Thomas and 1
Saturday night was a festlw i, served to those attending' can: cause trouble for motorists.
glad< to be back' home In Roscoe Chesser "This !. why it Is Importantthat
was Mr. and Mrs. !
time In Brooker when the B CITY ELECTION the Florida Highway children. rfUls.IC
list Church sponsored( Its apa The municipal election was) goal: old Brooker. FLORIDA.Mr. 0f Alachua are visiting Mr. and Patrol cautioned: this week. the driver remain.watch*
nual held here Tuesday Feb. 10. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis Mrs. Pitt Baxter Sunday winds, combined ful for potential trouble spots
Sweetheart Banquet,, Strong cross Point Be-
finished remodelllnsr their Mr. Ronald Crewsof and keep constant control of Bradford CO"CSIiRraph.
which: seems to be getting better 'with 76 of the 175 registered have and Mrs. with speeding. can lead to \serious County reI.
each year. voters taking part. M. O. Hard home In the sub-division and High Springs were visiting accidents: and drivers his car.
have moved In, so( :it you can'tThI : Maud Crews Sunday.Mr. c .
Tile ou'tsiJu: and inalde decor reD was reseated as mayor. should be alert to danger spots
."" had: a celestial theme as a, without opposition': He.has served ,; them at the old resi'dence! and:! Mrs Kenneth Russ where cross winds are likely to
,' background :for the program,, as mayor since the towtt just keep locking They'reright and: ) son of Gainesville were occur, such as the area \near I WE CAN ASSIST YOU I
In 1052. Also around. the corner. dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel buildings, and
"Hitch Your Wagon To /.. was incorporated h'"ldges. large
Star," which was also the topic unopposed were Tommy Cox. The New River' Boys playedat Russ Thursday. N In Preparing Your N
for the guest: speaker, Don, Town Clerk and Brinkley Tucker the Chapel at Sunland Train Sandra Mann spent!' the weekend veil and' Dottle' Kelley In Tallahassee.

Alesl. of the University of FlOor.. Town Marshall. The two Ing Center last Thursday. night.The with Sharon Williams In The "Big 3" took the
council seats were retained! ; bY'' Plainsmen had a busy Saturday Hampton. little ones on a tour of the Cap. o INCOME TAX RETURN oM
Ida.Mr. night. They played a 30( Amanda.Lewis Is spending -
!( Alesi has been a VisitorbehLnd 1 Incumbents!, E. W. Hodges, and the Mrs. Ital. the sorority house, and: theGovernor's
the Iron Curtain amgave ;; 0. E. Green. They were' being minute. Gospel program at a few days with Mr. and Mansion.
; an Interesting account o:1 challenged! John R. Williams. Lake Butler Church of God. Mrs. Alan Le'W1sand, family in Mrs. L. L. Hardse and :Ben REASONABLE RATES lE M
ant::then back: to Brooker to at- Starke.Mr. I
his visit there. Guest of Jacksonville! were the
The banquet table was beautifully The following votes "were tallied attend the Sweetheart Center.Banquetat and, Mrs. Ronnie Wigginsand luncheon guests of Mrs Mal'1Jane i Phone or Collie in for tnl EI'
the Brooker: Civic of Gainesville were
decorated wlLh a red : Mayor M. O. Harrell 61: family Green Thursday of last
Town Tommy Cox 50 Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. '
wagon, whIch was attached tt Clerk ; week. APPOINTMENT
'* silver star on the candle. Marshall Brlnkley Tucker, 62; ;familY of Wiggins. Miss spent Lawrence Wiggins Sunday. The 4th-6th grades of Brooker I'
the weekend with C. L. Atkinson Bt hop of Mobile, T
W. A.
:be fill Mrs.
Following the dinner ark Council (two seats' to Etemem'tarv'': / ool enjoyeda
speaking group singing was led<: ed). G. E. Green, 49: E. W. and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy StokesIn Ma. spent last, week visiting; a \ to Carlton Dairy In t\ TOWN FINANCE co.
and Mr. and' Mrs.E. A
her with! Mrs. Pearl Markey.
!by ,the choir director: ttaven Hodges. 53: and John Williams. and Gainesville ?mt week. The part
Outlaw Lowell Douglas served 34. incumbent marshall Leroy C. Lewis In Starke. Mr. Little Debra Green and Rhon- they enjoyed most according X: I 226 N. TEMPLE AVENUE e STARKE, FLORIDA X
are .
Lewis and family treat
Mrs. Harrell really had a
as master of ceremonies! and Stokes did not seek reelection.All Wig da to the reports I got from the Telephone 964-7449
week from
next visited
moving last week, when they
Mrs. Mona Canova provided officials will take office ttn:! children was the chocolate
gins. Miss. to good ole Florida. Patty BlR-ham, Ramona Har-
piano music for the occasion. March 3.BIRTHDAY. milk
Rev and Mrs. James Temple CELEBRATIONS
were over-all chairmen, and] Mrs. Mary Green celebrated Quantity Rights Reserved

serving with them, were Mrs her 89th tlrlhrHv1' Wednesday

A. L. Green Mrs. Carolyn Dyal, Feb. 11, :at her home here. She *
Mrs. Grace Blgham, Mrs. Stanley Was presented with two !bIrth- in

\ Green, Mrs. Howard Dou day cakes arid: o a number of 9 7

ffaa. Mrs. Lavern Edwards: nice gifts by friend' and ;relatives N /r ,
Mrs. Dolly Harrell and Mrs... 'who dropped by during '. h ,
.I a. O. Harrell. the day to wish her a happy w As Q1Jt DSCOUNSrORtf
Among the honored. guests birthday.Mrs. Q 1tE T e r LOWER SETTER
were M. O. Harrell, chairman Henry; well was hon- V4 '. PRICES QUALITY
of the Board of Deacons and ore* with a family birthday MORE
; -
Mrs. Harrell; Ronald Bristol,, dinner' ,At the :home cf her son r 3. O *
Sunday School Superintendent: in-law and daughter Rev and CL * *
and Mrs. Bristol; 'and: the pas Mrs. L. LParker.. Thursday
tor Rev. James Temple, and night. Feb. 12. Mrs. Sowell was
Mrs; Temple. 77 years old. Out of town
Some 60 people attended ''thIs guests' were Mrs. Sowell's
gala affair, and the door prize on-ln-law and daughter, Mr. ;. LADIES' SLACKS CIGARETTES GIRLS' SLACKS

was won!by Steve Johns of New and Mrs. Henry Coleman of
River. Gainesville. 1 b nAnD Ltd ;,

BROTHEHOOD MEETINGThe Little Deena Cox daughter oi 50% Polyester 50% Cotton. '' 50" Polyester, 50% Cotton
New River Associational Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox, celebrated : Front zipper closure. i1erm ,. Elastic waist. Well tailored.
.Brotherhood meeting was held : her 1st birthday' Monday Popular solid shadis. / Groovy colors for the young Miss
''With a family dinner. She had Button tab waist. 16 w)' i Sizes 7 to 14.
a very prHhr dMl cake with Sizes 8 to 18. CARTON t t
FLORIDATHEATRE pink and green decoration.! Out YOU SAVE 524 YOU SAVE ]04 1
of town guests were Mr. and RIOUlAUSi KINO loo $

Mrs. Mack Presley: and Becky OILTREATMENT AMMONIA

Pres>v rtf. Lake Butler.

Junior Class of fie New ( 1
River Baptist Church enjoyed IS Fluid Ounce

a Weiner roast at the home of
FRI., SAT. FEB. 20, 21 __
Mr. and Mrs. John H"ndry at vAgU, Mock turtle neck MEWS NYLON BOYS' PAJAMAS
Mooy S'atlon list Friday night Short sleeves. Q Y BOPe Jof Ta
GliNT EASTWOOD Outdoor Easy-car printed, cotton.
game! were played M POLO SHIRTS (+ 4MONI INMI
and Full cut. Notch collar. uC
Miloyed .by the youngsters f
is BACK attending. Pure petroleum .* Popular, attractive colors. Attractive prints. C Makes all \M* N
Increases and + A Sizes 6 to 16. _
AND BURNING Patty Bigham was pleasantly Small Medium S Large. glasswareshinel
surprised on her birthday Tuesday maintains oil YOU SAVE 324 )
AT BOTH ENDSFiilfUL night in. Tallahassee when IVII..Ne1.,111 pressure and 1' Heavy duty
her mother Mrs. Grace Big- M ,, film strength householdcleaner.
.ham! Debra: Green Mrs. Guy for nuvtimmitection.. m: ? 11J .

t s sI Harrell and Rhonda: Harrell i REAr ENT Y
came i In with birthday cake roue '
woo ro -
i and the ''trimmings. Patty's y Purex
l' 'roommates Dottle: Kelly and \11. LADIES' BOYS' STRETCH
Ramona Harrell, had prepareda
dslie'ous supper and everyone SHIFT CREW SOCKS
Limit 6 _
had a very good time. ,
We have so( many people on {JrHo"fOOT'
DOiiASSJOUHr I.I our sick list this week, until we
/ would fill the whole paper if BRAND NAME > sleeves. t i ;I BRAND NAME
miI Prints.
'we named them. It seem.Lhat
in Brooker has 100% Acetate
H TECHNICOLOR.ini4 by R United..released, Artists thr. been every visited: by ths flu bugand QUAKER STATE I Ass't. necklines.. Belted. Ankle White.hugging.Long wearing. / b FIREBOWL

this tj the kind of company we
II II T M e A T R really don't: care to( have. I had I I l t Sizes 8 to 16. Sites eVR'/i' ; 911.MEN'S I. { ,

'4'" a very nice letter from Mrs. O. KODAK ,
A. Gay of Starke last week. i i s COLEMAN
She Informs ma that her mother o FzJ; I I

SUN., MON., TUES. Mrs. Ethel R. Parrlsh fell $ I
FEB. 22, 23 lat home and!:! fracturei several
ribs, and:! was in the Bradford
In lint w'mrn.plrudor.! .. County Hospital for three I

Hie most iiii, lifirc'1I1 weeks, but has now:been trans- j. 'w
picture c'U'r! ferred to the Starke Nursing QUAKE ;? A l ORLON (7

OANOUR/IUrKS ,,_ .". u.n,'''s Home. Ws do hops she is, Improving 81 c s >riNc s
and will soon te ableto ,( SOCKS

: i _I_ _ j go home. Both Mrs. Gay and n OIL 4 396 ,: FAMOUS.
Mrs. Parrish are former residents 4 C c a MAKER .1 t 198mIm
I of Brooker, and Mrs. Gay a Solid colors. sJ
said, they enjoy readingthe
r' o sure Sizes 1013. "
J. .. "' Brooker news. Mrs. Emma
i rA'
t Matt, would like: to express her SUNGLASSES
J thanks to all her friends in / '
< }.r.;t;. Brooker who have been oo goodto TABLE RADIOS FLASH CUBES BUG KILLER MIN'S LADIES'

; .... visit her and bring flowers AM BATTIRV IIICTRIC t and cards h cheer her up It n The killer that "
Take four picture I ; bug h//
: State/y'
(iilUG.BU( : rid + means so much to have neigh- Solid without changing ? NAME kills all the annoying, .

\'I\U: 1.111: (; Awudr. bors who really care about you. Long Instant distance Sound.: I' bulb*. t germ-nnying insects !:/, '--JJ.
Hope that everyone will be feel- I
For cure shot r Leaves film for "
USLlE: : I IImHDOLll I() : ( ) In? better soon. reception.D Cell batteries. I + every time! long-lasting a protection. ... y'

() \dc( ILI1LL.ND5TeREOPMONIC Mrs. W. T. Coran of Gainesville I
Wide selection of popular
in !Brooker last week
SOUND was YOU SAVE 2.00 one SAYE 714 4 YOU SAVE 175 styles and colors!
MCTROCOLOR An MOM R.'.'.5. and stopped by to visit Dolly YOU
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Harrell. Mrs. Coran Is a former :
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FEB. 19. 1970 TELEGUAPH \ PAGE 7

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i All-State Gridder BUS Science I... .". '\\ 4-H Members6th

'liP \ In Livestock
Fair On
Tap .. ,..., .

2 Is Georgia Tech Guar ThisVeekend Approximately\ 200 science .:.,.. \ ..., I .: JudgingBradford

Courty'sH Club
projects will be on display for .'
::jijwhere do you go and what do the public for three days Brad-this livestock sixth in statewide judging team competition placed:
in the
after being an allcon.iorence -
the Florida State Fair
at :
) all-area, and all-state ford High School Science
Team members were Daniel:
in the new armory.
d on Bradford High School's
The fair will be. open to the Rosier Tony Rosier Walter
st state champion football
public Friday from 1-4 p.m., Pievatt. enl Zack Edwards.
4mn 1965?
;erg: ,.. w Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 V e? Placing ahead of the Bradford

One thing you could do fe p.m., and Sunday from 1-4 p.m. team were the following'

play guard for Georgia Tech., Projects will be by first and counties: Pastes: the winner:
second biology, Physics, ,
That's what Eddie Douglas has year Alachua Escambla, Dixie, and
and chemistry classes,accord- .
been doing Okeechobee
ing to Mrs. Pam Dickerson
BHS science instructor who is Daniel Roster! also placed
k rAt 220 pounds and six feet
}e-hatf inch tall, the Bradford heading arrangements for the IrI feJ hl among the high individual scor.

l 'Idler: has been: a "little" man a local fair.Science. ers in the livestock judging
Club members Two Bradford 4-Hers
: were
on the Tech front line. But,
after 1 worked at extra-curriculum recipients of the Florida State,
being switched from defensive -
projects to raise the $75 necessary Fair 4-H County Achievement
end to offensive guard .otrt;
to rent the armory /
Awards for outstanding: 4-H
Douglas lettered this past sea
Mrs. Dickerson points out. members. They are Kelly Richards .

son.He "They did all the work for ..1 and Walter Prevatt.
r. the fair themselves," she says,
played against Tennessee, "They really worked." The local 4-H j judging team
hI1burn, Duke, Tulane, Notreme There will bo two overall -n vent to the state fair on FJl-

Di and Georgia. t winners of the fair- a Junior FLOWERING I\IAXI-Deslgner Alex Colman of California day Feb 13. with advisor Bobby !: -

,:. firs Division winner from the ninth chooses a dramatic floral cotton( for an elegant patio Taylor for Its competit'on.
The Bradford footballer from grade and a Senior Division ensemble. Gigantic white flowers are printed on lavenderin Then four girls accompanied:
P rooke is little in college saillhen :; from grades 10-12. a three-piece outfit with midriff top long pants and by Miss Martha Sue McCain,

you consider that his Eighteen students with pro- sweeping maxi coat. attended the fair Saturday,
Tanning mate at guard. Mike jects judged tops in the BUS CALL -FOR- nine" Feb. 14, and both groups took

BJjady) runs the hundred in 10.5 fair will qualify for the Regional Building:Bradford,, Committee County Inc.Library will In 4-H Day nctiv.t'os.' The girls

If'6.3, and weighs 240 pounds. Science Fair in Lake Butler Runaway Boys rivelve. oeal-rt, 1-liln In the nifli-p were Jannelle Thompson. Patricia
of Oporfte 11. Plcrri. Attv. 205
-- .. March 19-20. Edwards
Carol McKinney
Ave until a.m.
N. Tempi
Playing the same position at .. All must be removed ,
projects Break Into March 2. fop the and Karen Gls y.
left guard as Douglas this season 4 Purchase and movnl! of nil
from the by
was Joe VUunlc, tabbed a armory bulldlnea. on the Parka proprrtv.Ixxinted Zack Edwards: \ n'so' shoved a
Siuday, Mrs. Dickerson says. on the corner of N.
Three HomesTwo steer in competition! at the
potential all american. Next Walnut und Jnrltpon Sts..
season Douglas will also face The Committee rwfrvf the far'! and011 second in his
right to accept or reject any or class. Tom Edwards: showed :a
competition from Scott Engle, County Buys runaway boys, from Orlando nil birts.Bradford.
A sophomore guard from Illinois who "shacked up" herein County Library Com steer in 'the FFA competitionaid

who in high school was a vacant house on N. Church rattle Inc. 2tchg 2-26 : placed fourth in his class.7ucLUJfti3L3.

named among the top 10 lineman .., 'urlny 1 U h Fill DirtDry tp..t, wer e a rr a..fed W ens-
in the nation. day afternoon d"chr with

breaking and entering three

Douglas' comments on his col. dirt Is a scarce item in homes in the neighborhood.
lege football? p3 Bradford ;
Bradford County, According to Starke police

"Everythng's harder. There County Commission. noted as It wlio: worked the case with depu-

is not as much team unity (as ec' i' uG.s -..'-- -.. ,..._- .._,-_. .- .. ..---_... agreed to pay $2,500 for aiD. ties from the Sheriff's office,
:in high school). It's more of acre plot near Keystone. : Heights the boys attempted to enter

a business." ehirted in '67, he Is a senior ed seasons at BHS have also which Is high and dry. the home of Mrs. Leila Mundyat n
don't think I could ever Gravel roads over the county 405 N.: Church St. duringthe
academically this year but hasa signed college( football grant-In
Eddie au,, played guard if I hadn't year of eligibility remainingIn aids. Larry Brown signed with and in the:' city of Starke badly noon hour Wednesday by

state that he the 30 pounds," the now( athletics.He .the University of Kansas and need fill, but all the county's cutting screen on the backdoor, $1111:50"WW :

and didn't play grldder states. Eddie played his second year for( usual sources are too wet to dig. but were frightened away bya

half of the his additional poundage Is tinkering with the idea them this past! season. Brown About 321 miles of county dog in the house. Mrs. Mundywas

'les hit the combination of home eat- of a degree in accounting, but has played both tackle and roads are in r.eed of repair from not at home at the time. x 10-KEY

stuck it out and : and being married" also has a hitch In the service end; he played end for BHS. the flooding: a week ago. They then went to a houseon 4
the competition facing him when he graduates. The Commission agreed to pay I Ia
his sophomore Ed- Cherry St., directly behindthe
ls .also year I
a Harold Crawford! $250 per acrefor
and the former Marian Playing with Douglas at Tech Mundy home, where the
boy's the : L
cap a site adjacent to pre
daughter of Mr. and is another Bradford grld-ler: tenants, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice, HA."I.I..N
tUf grade at a Butch Redding, quick as' a sent land, fill near the old overpass -
Robert Green of Starker; Andy May ton, who was another were also not at home. They
itTon.WThe. miles
off SR-100 two
cat middleguard for BHS, sign Just
married. "My grades im all-state performer the 1965 entered the house by breakinga
on ed with the University of Tam. west. of Keystone Heights. of glass in the back
switch too," Eddie.: grinned. and 1966 BHS state champion >,pa Fullback Mickey Agner signed "It's the only piece of dry door pane, and took food and mis- ELECTRICUtCHINI 1 ;
e<* with Samford( Univei ty but fill I know of in the county cellaneous items valued at $70.
big one for in high school( is a secre first two games' at center foi after a neck injury no longer Chairman Zedra Hamilton said. I

always been an in the Social Science De- Tech, but injured hls| shoulder plays football. Jim Godwin: "We've got to have it," .said When Mrs. Mundy returned iil.I.I Is

interior line at Tech. Douglas reports. But he earned former BHS tackle, received an Commission Ralph Bryan He home, after the lunch hour, she I
from the end his letter in 1969 too. appointment to West Point noted money for fill will haveto noted the damage to her back # ,\! ?

says. is majoring in indus: from 'Where he played football until come from capital outlaysince door and a window screen, and
Four other BHS grlddsrs
management and is a C also to the Rice residence, and
he broke his available
leg. funds
no are any.
1MM! undefeat- .
the 1965 and
Georgia Tech red, two 1:45
fttuder1:, Since he'was where else. notified police about p.m.

worked quite as .The Commission moved, ,to. Residents of the neighborhoodtold adding machine designedfor
versatile all-purpoj
Here' a
Ing as Coach : .purchase the' parcel on a mo- police of seeing two boys years of dependable trouble-free performance. This
BHS works Single Bid EnteredOn tion by Commissioner Dave run thrj\ji the shrubbery toward compact. 10-Key Champion lists, 7 columns and totals I

gridders..: Shuford. It is anticipated that the vacant house, now unoccupied 8 ((999,999.99). Electric operation makes flgurework.
everybody you the former residenceof fast and effortless.!
the City of Starke will also( haul
so much bigger the Charles Darby family
fill from the new source and and Adkins St.
at Cherry
As far as SR-16 Sewer Job will ultimately pay for about
half the cost. eMttr
the First Tho police and deputies
der to ever Ths county has a sublease for searched the house !and found ltiPEIATEI) ) )
Georgia Tech, two trys a single bid 3tikes. There is 643 feet of the Pierce to further investigatethe fill from a source( on Pleasant the boys upstairs, where they c
$43,805 his been submitted street to be paved, he said. possibility of closing with- Grove Road owned by Dave had been staying since Tues- HA\'I.I..N t .'

0 Douglas, son the City of Starke for moving Nobody: knew the exact numberof out public hearings unused plat Paulk. But after digging abouta day. The runaways said they .

glas of .:: lines to widen SR-16. homes on the stretch.In ted streets under a new state foot dawn there, Bryan said, were heading for GorgiaThey:: ADDING MACHINES I't :::

grant-ln-aid the city. other action, the Council: law. Pierce told the Councilof all the shovel gets is mud and are now being held in the coun- AS LOW ? aettl
son and played firm bidding is Myrick -Agreed with Supt. Davis that the law and requested the water.In tv lull. AS..s .95o! +,
closl.ii tv. streetsLong
as a freshman of Gainesville. At a bid th'3' city should be represented; a rush to get at the new

shirted in '67 he two weeks ago, there March 6 at a legislative meet- Her-Was long.told by Clerk Merrill fill the Commission, at its mid-

fensive end. no response to the city's ing of the Florida Municipal Edwards that Architect Don month meeting Monday: morn-

1: Engineer Marvin Wicker Utilities Association and the Morgan said he wtll probablyhave ing, agreed to ask Crawford if
As a Reynolds, Smith, and Hills private power producers. county could haulIng
figures on the size and crews begin Bradford County Telegraph
in 1968, this Davis' .
time to Supt. recommend -
that was the first -Agreed approximate' cost of a new city if the Commission agreed< to
guard after his experience that a city ition to send an em- hall at the March 3 meeting pay for the land as soon as asurvey ON TARGET VERY TIME
and was the
on ployee in the Gas Department, !
no response.
Is completed.
-Okayed the write-off of II
return and Patterson, to a school on
Wen he all the contractors work then want simply to gas Bob air-c ndltionlng. uncollectable utility accounts :::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:[:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;;mM mW11www; m"WMMm WiWntHj;;;;;;;;;\;": l i,

rfas 5-11 and at present, Wicker said. -Asked Attorney George totaling $573 as recommended :
by Edwards.
Then this thing that makes tha SH-16 IX'H ME' iitEiifAi'NME.NtnSPECIALS III

earned his moving job difficult, ac-

letter on a to Utilities Supt. Oscar Small County Consolidation fffii
f ;
'that 4-6. is that sewer service !; jj
was ; Packard Bell
arch rival 9616062"I residents cannot be Inter- j jj .. EI1 ---- @@
Won't Be Pushed This Yearessary -
while the work is being
"make the :! I'-1 23" COLOR CONSOLE ,,...
Sewerage will hava to be jf\j\ t m
even when TELEVISION I ,
mal. Douglas over the road during con The controversial CrUer:! bill, for people to transact ::::::: .. ,vD (measured diagomilly. ) I, tt#' ::.::.::.::.
Davis says. which calls! for the consolidation ( tonslnss In a distant courthouse. ....... / 'i .... .. ,.
game too. of :.:.:.: I "' Contemporary Walnut 1 j :::.:.
Delano Thomas a member .... '
'I .
Probably the only reason My- of many. small counties in :.:.:. Pf "Y'. I :1,::. /,
True to life colorRemote : :::
the audience' then asked the :::: I
bid the job according (
on the state is not expected >to \
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More Council Cnalrrrun Jimmy come up at the 1970 legislative legislative delegation! for theirllentments :.:.:.: .' 1, \ '......... I.1 control I .:..:..:..:. .I I
.':':':' .! =- I nitunr action I ::::
is tin.; the firm has session according to State Re- on the consolidation --- .
:::::::: .. ::::::::
tor \ before on such pro- pre? ntative Gene Shaw of city and county governmental II

s 0 with M.V, \\hltchurst & Shaw. said that Rep. John functions within a given ;tm I r\,\ 12" PORTABLE $49995 r m

of Williston, contractor Crider cf Duval County, fatherof county :::::::: I ,'II PERSONAL TV :::::::
repaving Si!!-16. Rep. Tyre said if this was
t the consolidation( bill, had I ; (meoiured diagonally) Compare at $549.95 r
bid material
on what the people wanted:!, and "
to relocate water lines assured him that no attempt It was approved In ''a referendum :::::::: /' ,, s.. -.'0.' V HI._ :::::::: I
will be made. to push his bill :::::::: e UN* AND VHP 0".1, ::.::.::.:..
() SR-16 in the widening it would be all right with :::::::: J t.. c.....rti.Al Cov "., .;, MODERN WALNUT : :::' 1
Tint is work the city through the coming sslon.! (him. :::::::: Ho.idl'* A, CONSOLE STEREO :::::::
do The proposed bill called for :::::::: e Blach and ..... :.II ,;), LMT .:::.:.:::.
itself. the elimination of 23 counties "Spoken like a ;true politi ............ I I t (\ *nsd Stai* i.U ." ........... I
Firms bidding were Alabama 59995 t.
Thomas commented I" bCompare
dan ( o
Co., Anniston, Ala.; Am r- by formation: ( of single units m@@ '!.L' \ J : ,: .> :wf; A,. m j.
Cast Iron Pipe Co. Orlan- created by various merger :::::::: I,;" .t S 119.95 'r/" > ,p.o.... r" -.,,.---.------_ :::::::

; Clow Corp, Birmingham, The proposal! would combine :::::::: .l. $139"Regular ::::::: J
THE .; U.S. Pipe & Foundry, Bradford with Union Columbia MoviesThe 1 -- -- == :.: I
.... .
; Ala? and Moore and Baker. Clay County :::: $158.OO :::::

& Supply Co., Jackson- would be merged with Putnam. :::: SAVE S1805 :: :

RIDING Sen. Bob Saunters, of Gain. Florida Theatre will pre- ____
Both the sewer and water esvllle, brought up the consolidation sent a special double bill con-
\ bids ware turned topic at the legislative sisting of the two films that

G New to the engineers of R, hearing here Wednesday:! Feb.' catapulted Clint Eastwood into I
forward to & II for recommendations.A 11, announcing tint he is world-wide fame and which are I
clutching generally regarded the first
few persons have voiced strongly opposed to It. He said: as
P Spin Simple to where the right- he wl'l introduce a proposed in the new 'genre' of westerns."A I

along for Polk Street is going, amendment to the stale constitution Fistful of Dollars" and
:Merrill McMillan\ :: \ told at the "For a Few Dollars More," :::: :::
Q Big on the subject Fri- :::: ; I
Council. The right-of-wny both in Technicolor play
no '
This amendl1U'nt'WOuld
Come in !been widened to 50' feet next session. day and Saturday, Feb. 20-21.
give it a to paving tho street forbid the consolidationof Both movies are rated M, for
Adkins and Pratt any counties, or the changing mature audiences.
of any county boundaries\ :! Playing at the Florida Sunday I I
'without a referendum of the GENERAL ELECTRIC STEREO '
one place, McMillan: says, Monday and Tuesday Gonewith
voters in the affected area. Wind" Wider :ON9Oll SUMO .. ,
right-of-way comes wUhin The in new MM .o J .Mi. Jt.gwlo.
. 2
,.. ..e 28 -
and Rep. Ralph M"u e. .e b.q" e. _
We are 1/2 feet of a home. McMillan:: Rep. Shaw Screen and Metrocolor, is acclaimed 124100

to Handle said the existing Po'k Tyre, of Lake City also slated worldwide as ope of :::::::; Regular $248. SAVE $20.Atlmlral :::::::
is not in the middle opposition to the consolidation the great motion picture enter- m

pairs on the right-of-way. The sur movement. tainments of all time It stars :::::::. 'I, STEREO -= -= -=_-. ... :::::::
said. "When you Clark Gable Vivien Leigh Les- ---- = ':: : ,,-, --- ::::
recommended swinging Saunders :.::.::.::. -' ,.I :.:.:.
::: 35 CONSOll AM ''*/>>* "'UITIP1ESVSM 'UNf ::::
counties, you'reheading lie Howard and Olivia de Ilavi- $ -, "
end of the street around consolidate "
:::::;::: ,SaRte '"t SOliD STATI AmnRegular "'-- 299 'J' > \ ::::::::
center the pivement in the for more centralized land. :::::::' I $329.95 SAVE S30.FUlKlTUIfFlOOl --..:...:. ::::::::
: Some persons government and I'm against Friday, Saturday and Sundaya .
have to give land consolidated double feature program will .
more that. Even if government
Farm ... ::::::::
:;:;:;:;. ....
others across the street is a little more econ- be shown at the 301 : .;.;.;. ::::
that case, he said, but rec- omical, its not worth it.. Hell's Angels '69, in color ':..:X:. IOWEStPR1CES Blti C E f 4Jorn Cx.d.t 9i Qood" ::::::::

the city let the Other sivlcMmen on the Issue starring Tom Stern and Jeremy (OVEIING 1 llERMS 7"I I
225 West fall where they may." raid' that any money saved Slate; and The Hellcats, also

Starke, said he has com- ;by consolidation would be more In color with Russ Higen, and 128 S. WALNUT ST. BILL WILSQN, OWNER PHONE 9645289HS
Phone the survey of the street ''than offset by the additional Dee Duffy. Both movies are .
and the placing of right-of-wv expense and Inconvenience nee- rated M. -P"'"

PAi'no Ttrct'D" Pte PI'D. .n .n..."

iTAiiTiiiBy: SAVE q TUki

: Enxa, Blanchard T7

Valentine party was givenin
the Methodist Sunday School
rooms Friday evening of last SiVINGCi
week. Eighteen children rang- STAY
ing from toddlers up throughthe
5th grade enjoyed slngjng,
bible stories, handicraft and
refreshments. Those assistingwere
Mrs. H.E. Priest, Mrs.
Truby Wainwright, Mrs. D.A. I
Jones, Mrs. Ernest Wells, Mr. :
and Mrs. John Dempsey, Mrs.
B.E. Lee, Mrs. H.C. Wain-
Wright, and Rev. and Mrs. Don

Denton. _ _
The Methodist Youth Fellow- ,...,'., 'L'OWE 1 : GlJt t ':PR.'E: ( ': : ;WE.Ei.'ty'( '$ : ; ( REE' ; ', "
evening ship held at a the party Lawtey on Saturday skating OOD STORt : 'R : I $, ; 'P'E
rink; They invited as their
guests the Youth Fellowshipfrom WINN Dixie, STOnes INC .COPYKIOMT Iwo' Quantity; Righti Reserved N
Starke and Lake Butler.
Twenty-three youth attendedand W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE
three counselors, Mrs.Don
Hardenbrook of Starke, Mrs.
Eugene Starling and Mrs. Don ,
Denton of Lawtey. W-D BRAND ((20-Ct.) QUICK' FROZEN HAMBURGER
u cw icE ;

PTA PROGRAMThe Lawtey Elementary PTA PATTIES 2Va-LB.PKG. $199WD .

met at the school cafetoriumon ROASTOVEN c't
Tuesday evening of last week. _
The meeting opened with prayer
by Rev. Charles Pryor of Highland BRAND GROUND
Baptist Church, followedby
a short business meeting.The $69 N N a '
second grade won the room BEEF..3SUNNYLAND lBS. u, ss H 'CE
count. The program was pre-
sented by Mrs. Estes' Combination READY LB.
Class; Mrs. Kelly's
second grade; and Mrs. Toc- SMOKED SHOULDER ,,
ci's third grade.
Mrs. Estes' class presented
"The Littlest Month," Remen- PICNICS. 49C MERICO BUTTER-ME-NOT a
brance of Abraham Lincoln's LB.
birthday anniversary and a cho- BISCUITS L't

rus.Mrs.. Kelly's group repre- .
sented valentines with eight
girls and eight boys, and a 2 9C
chorus. BACON. 79C CANS
Mrs. Tocci's class remem- LB.
bered George Washington's % n''
birthday, and presented agroveof LEG-O- l!'
trees by nine children i
dressed as pine trees and cher- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND NEW YORK STRIP

ry At trees.the close, cake and punch $139 a
were served by the home mo- STEAKS LB. w B ad
thers. A large number of par- I<
ents and friends attended.


Grace United Methodist: Sun- ....
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship
services, 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m., Loin Chops .1e s1S9 t tftIJI
First Baptist: Sunday School, r ,, PREMIUM Sh'ld Chops La 79c
9:45 a.m.; Worship services,
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Train- Sh'HdfR:
asl 69
ing Union, 6:30: ; Midweek ser- HENS !B
vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m. G d pURE CA NE 99., h
Church of God:Sunday School, -1e THRIFTY MAIDSUGA :
10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and i l B1 t ;t
7:30 p.m.; YPE, Thursday 7:30: nii
p.m. ,1 '
2' LB. iJU'N
Highland Baptist: Sunday GRANUL
School, 9:45: a.m.; Worship 1 11 VDI WY.S
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Choir pract- K f9 ar.I
ice 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting, 11/4-LB. 5

Wednesday PERSONALS 7 p.m. lli -- A VG. I I';.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore Limit 1 with a $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
and sons of Gainesville were
visiting Mrs. Moore's parents, .1))
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sherrell, :It1i l
during the weekend. :.I
spent the weekend in Opp, Ala., 12-PK. No.303 $ 00
where they attended a birthday Flaky Rolls . 4 PKGS. $100 1 Sweet Peas . 6> CANS |I .*
dinner for his father, W.J. IV

Wise.Mrs. O.J. Phillips has returned 53 Apple Juice . 3 32'0.CANS. $100 1 Pudding . 4 PKOS, 39(
from a two-week visit
with Mr. and Mrs. F.M. ReddIn

Macon, Ga. Drinks . . 5 BOTTLES900 1 Tissue . 4 PKG.ROLL 39
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson
nl t
of Jacksonville were visit- THRIFT MAID GREEN THRIFTY MAID
ing Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore Lima Beans !5 No.303 $100 Corned Beef f 7'0.. 39C"
and family on Saturday. On . CANS . CAN
Sunday the Moores honored THRIFTY MAID CUT THRIFTY MAIDTomato "t.,

Mrs.celebrating Tom Casey her birthday with a dinner anni Green Beans . 6 N OS3$100 Sauce 10 CANS: $1 '

versary. Enjoying this, besides
Mrs. Casey, were Mr. Casey ."
and children Mrs. Pete Todor ,,'
and son and Micky Moore. FRY .:
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ter-

guests rell of Gainesville of Mrs. Joe were Dorko dinner on TOES ';

Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Wells and ASTOR ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green
and children joined them.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pipkinsand
Miss Lucinda Cruse visit- OTATOFRENCH
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5121 Normandy Blvd. Fish Fillets . '.., 79c

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:; --e:::.. ::::=>">": -::."::::::::::::;:;:::::: -:.-::::::=> ::.,::::::::::::.:.-:::: ....&. ::' <
I i. r Big 'Sun Show' Due March 7th -:1 Attend Workshop.

vt..f.'t.vmAllttX;:,;::....,:::;:::::...,:,:-:,:::-:,:-:-:-."<<.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.,.....,....L..y;:..:.,.>>:>>:o--..:.,. Bradford Four County educators last Thursdayand

sufficiently from infraredrays. Friday !In a workshop on
On Saturday, March 7, at objectives at Lake
1:16: p.m., Florida's uBIgBend"counties CANADA H.lif.a
conducted by Dr.
Butler. II was'
will experience one All spectators-- children and De-
of nature's most awesome phe- adults alike-- are advised to Fred Force of the Florida
Education, and
nomena-- a total solar eclipse. prevent the tragedy of perman- partment of
How ently damaged eyes by usingan t t [ r t ,gyp, ssa* sponsored by Columbia Regional -
The moon's shadow (umbra) Y.rh N.nW.kdva easily constructed approved Education Services Center.
PM. 15?
will cover the sun along the lhtapUNITED cardboard viewer during the Much attention has been given
northeast Florida Gulf Coast ecliose. to this subject In recent
from Apalachicola to Horseshoe months since the Florida De-
Beach, with the center line \ To make the simple viewer, partment of Education is now
passing directly over Perry. STATE take two pieces of white card- requiring' ; that school plans and:
.1'36..r PM, IseWds.e board, make a pinhole in one programs be written In behavioral -
This once-a-iifetime experience and, with the sun at your back, with objectives
'Cap. terms
is to attract Hnr4aa
focus the eclipse through the
twill tall
l stated so: that they
thousands of visitors to 170 PM, fir pinhole board onto the second, expected
I ch.rba. what performances is
Big Bend area. Astronomical It
cardboard. The size of the
societies from all over the V.Ibpr 1 14Della PM, IS? Image can be changed by altering k of sudents over a given period:
world have chosen Perry, In I Y.II.k."u the distance between > of time, and under what circumstances
Taylor County, as their official tla.nnsn Ar.lllr, cardboards. end conditions.
eclipse-viewing site. 14rrylra OCUli Attending: from Bradford
M, ISY Another simple devise for rv County were Charles E. Francis

Although not in the path of Gulf eclipse-viewing is to take a ani: C. C. Anderson, school::

the total eclipse Bradford ./ box. like the cardboard ones ti 1 principals: Carl E. Clark ad-
County is in the adjoining area : discarded by grocery stores, '''Q I minlnstratlve assistant; ; and
where the moon's blockout of Ma.a t about 36 Inches long and 18 r r Y Mrs. Lucille Payne. general
the sun is expected to be about inches wide. In one end cuta
M supervisor.
95 per cent complete. Many MExlco hole about three Inches In ., 5,4 ,, ,rw'1 1!? d 'O Another workshop on the
viewers from this area may o diameter and cover with alum- same subject Is being held In
want to make the shortap- inum foil. In the center of the
proximately 75 miles- driveto foil punch a hole about the Proper method of viewing an eclipse indirectly, to prevent damage to Lake Butler this Thursday and

Perry to experience the full diameter of a knitting needle, eyes, is demonstrated in above photo.on Friday.

effect of darkness. Miratifl.n and at the opposite end of the

14. box, paste a sheet of white March 14. However, the saf
But spectators are warned 0 !00( oaoer. estol.ul: will be to make your
that improper viewing of an own viewer.

eclipse can result in serious 'I MilM, When completed, point the 1 BHS By-Lines
and permanent eye damage un- of the eclipsa ,
hole at the sun and the eclipse Partial phases
less care is exercised. The :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: will be reflected on the white will be visible (weather permitting :

eclipse only safe is the way indirect to observe method the During a total solar eclipse, damaging burns to the eye retina paper. Viewers may poke their ) from virtually all of By Joyce Allen

recommended by the Nationaland the usual dazzling rays of the which is insensitive to heads Into the box to follow North America and Central a
also the Florida Society sun are blocked out but dangerous pain. Sun glasses smoked win- the progress of the eclipse America.
infra-red still or they may cut a peephole to
rays are down
for Prevention of Blindness. glass, or exposed camera
being emitted. They can cause film do not protect the one side of the foil to watch The total eclipse -will be the
eyes this week I have
through./ be visible eral Mills and is eligible to
first since 1963 to
good news for all students compete for one of 102 col-
within the continental U.S..
because of a teachers planningday
Our But never-- repeat NEVER and the next one, of long path there will be no school lege scholarships totaling$110-
000. Congratulations 1\IissSal-
look at the eclipse directly with
and ''(Jurfttlon. won't be visible Feb. 19, and 20. HOOKAH!
the naked eye, through the pinhole U.S. until the 2024.
to the year The Valentine's Dance was a ter.Don't
editorialOPINION or through binoculars or forget the Science Clubis
great success as King and Queen
a telescope.The having their annual Science
The shadow on March 7 will Sherry Woods, and Mike Pat-
Fair at the !New; National Guard
darken a path In the Pacific rick rained over the dance.
Perry Chamber of Commerce Armory
sweep across Mexico and the Jo Ann Salter, senior at BUS
has announced
the Florida arrangements Society eastern edges of the U.S., con is the 1970 Betty Crocker Home Enjoy jour vacation... and un-
for through the Prevention of- tinue across Nova Scotia. and: maker of Tommorrow. She til 1 next week ... see you around
( the will receive a charm from Gen-
Newfoundland, then leave campus.
Blindness, to provide, without

U/ charge more than 10 thousand earth In the North Atlantic. The last! total eclipse - .-- -
approved viewers to visitorsFarmers photographed at Bar Harbor I -

;Maine in July 1963.Diary! .
i I j
:o's - ----- r---THERESSA-

. D.O.T. Shirking Its Job? /

Phone 473-4518

Florida's Department of Transportation er Ralph Bryan said the. county Is HOPE BAPTIST CHUIiCH accident last week and at this

(formerly the State Road being charged $50,000 a year out of Just in case you didn't knowit not have the equipment to han- Telephone 473-4188. Sunday writing is recovering at Ala-

Department) came in for some harsh its secondary road money for maintenance the Weather Department reminds dle the work or a source of School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship chua General Hospital in

criticism at last week's legislative by DOT on 80 miles of us that this is the third fill dirt, so it Is a problem 11; Training Union 6:30 Gainesville. Get well wishesare
secondary road, but the job was not coldest winter since 1915 ando which will have to be settledby p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15; extended to him.
hearing. of the coldest on record. a new policy. Wednesday evening Prayer: Get Well wishes also go to
!. being done. "We have no authority at Officials! said it was exceeded Service 7:30 with choir prac- Mrs. Percy Sullivan Sr., who

According to the complaint, DOTis all with the DOT. We cannot question only by the winter of 1940 and M 444 tice afterward. entered Bradford County Hospital -

responsible for, and supposed 'to their policies. They are 'the untouch- by the 1957-58 season, and in Starke on :Monday as
be doing maintenance work on culverts ables,' he declared. pointed out that the present If you haven't done so already NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB the result of a severe siegeof
season is not over yet. The now is the time to be The New Life Bible Club the flu.
along the county's secondary roads, figures used deal with average working on young entries in for students in grades 1
but the job is not being done. Thisis Rep. Ralph Tyre, a member of the each Monday -
temperatures and judging b> the Fair which is coming up through 6, meets PF.RSONALSMr.
especially noticeable during flood House Transportation Committee the ice on the windshield ol IJy Sam McGarvey fast and is now only a little :afternoon after school at and Mrs. Gene Prandl

periods such as just experienced, when agreed that there are "so manythingswrong our little red car, we'd agree Right now ,the growers have over a. month off (April 1-3). the mobile "Children's Chapel" and Tony of llolljwjod, were
washouts prevent many property own- with DOT that have just built that we've had far more cole enough troubles without feathered The Fair committees are hardat at !Hope Baptist Church. weekend visitors of her parents -
up over the years." lie predicted, weather than we want. thieves stealing what work and everything is being Mr. and Mrs. James I).
ers from having access to their homes.
done to insure that thIsyear's SYMPA1IIY
little fruit there is. Phillips
"I think to
however are going
: you 444 event will be the big- The sincere sympathy of the Matthew Packham returnedto
Time was when DOT (or SRD) see drastic changes in the future." 444 gest and best in the historyof community is extended to the his home Friday after com

installed such culverts, as well as We Won't say a word about the county. family of Kirby Swindell of Pa- pleting basic !National; Guard

maintained them, but the practice of The Department of Transportationwas that wet stuff that has fallen At the legislative hearing last latka who died Feb. 16 at Lin- training: at Fort Jackson, S.C.
in such abundance during the 4r4 coln Memorial Hospital Pa- Capt and Mrs. Ilirry Loper
also criticized In the matter of week, the problem -
,.: installation was stopped several years past year, other than point out of driveways between the latka. Funeral services for Mr. left Monday for I-ortMonmouth,
::: ago. The current practice is for the outfall ditches, which it is supposed that the water level in the paved road and the propertyline The weather has a lot to do Swindell were held Wednesday !N.J.; where he will attend an

:=: property owner to pay for the culvert, to maintain. "Their only concern is lakes in this area has risen, was brought up for dis- with an event like a fair and afternoon Feb. 18, at Calvary advanced signal officer's

=:: after complying with state speci- getting' water off the roadbed, without and that today there are a lot cussion. It was stated that the no doubt many remember last Baptist Church in Palatka, witha school following a leave spent
: : fications and obtaining a permit from regard to where it goes." ona critic of lakes where we don't wantto Department of Transportationhas year's show when it rained graveside service and inter- with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
: said. An instance was cited where an be. the responsibility; to main- and rained right up until the msnt at !Hope Baptist Church Ben: Loper and other friends
DOT the then installs the cul-
:: county
; tain those portions of driveways big day. But hours before the Cemetery here. Theressa rel- and relatives here after aear's
: vert and DOT assumes its main- outfall ditch was dug in such a manner 444 atives of Mr. Swindell are bro-
: that the work is ,not fair opened the sun came out j service: in Vietnam.
:: tenance. that it dumped its load of water directly being done and that the County and with its help (and an enor- thers Willis and Walter Sw'n-: Mrs. !Norman I;' (Butch) Redding

r..:.:.. into a farmer's strawberry field. Judging by the strawberry Commission is being blamedfor mous assist by the City of dell. visited her husband this week-

'. One trouble, it was pointed out at plantings we've seen, and by it. The legislators said Starke) the grounds were dried end at Fort Jackson,S.C., wherehe
Apparently the county has no control what we've been told by growers they will take it up with the off and Miss America was able GET WELL WISHES has entered basic National
the hearing, is that DOT has no borrow the plants not in His local friends will
are good DOT but no promise of a quick to make her appearance on many Guard training
md receives
;..: pits in this county, and lacks the no account where shape because of the persistent solution was made. schedule be interested to learn that Ben- Rev. and Mrs. Merle Paetham!
:Z: necessary dirt to repair washouts. $50,000 annually is spent. If suchis rains which have saturated ny Roebuck- who lived here and Mr and Mrs. Bill Phil-

::.; The little dirt that it has available the case: we hope that one of Rep.Tyre's fields. Apparently what is 444 444 several years ago, now lives lips and:! Billy of Middleburg
: "drastic: changes" will includean needed is a period of fairly near Archer and is a frequent enjoyed d'ruier in Jacksonvillelast
is that which is left by the roadside
-: annual report by DOT to the coun- dry weather to get the plants You can see examples of the This year funds have been attendee at (Hope Baptist Church Tuesday evening in observance -
when ditches are cleaned out. Neither growing more vigorously. problem all along US-301 or made available for paving another Homecoming observances suffered of Mrs. Phillips' b'rth-
ties how and where it has
::: does the DOT have adequate equIp- showing elsewhere in the county. At part of the fairgroundsand severe burns in a home
:; ment here to do this work. spent their gas tax money for main 444 places where a property owner it is hoped that the work day.Mrs.

tenance. leaves the highway, there are will be done in time for the Accident Fatal
:; At last week's hearing, Commission- During the week, we saw a ruts and bumps and puddles show. But as we said the wea- Patray
few robins hopping around the extending to the property liner ther has a lot to do with such To Mrs. DevlinIn Wins Cash AwardMrs.

roadsides and if those birds"have and with every rain the con- things and so far at least, California

any sense they'll stay dition gets worse. But at the. no one has been able to come Arthur Patray of Starke,
l where it is high and dry and with controls that Nature
up any -
it brought out
hearing was
Build not venture into the berry fields. will attention to. Mrs. Anna Belle Devlin, 49, recently received a $39
A pay
New City Hall -- With What? that the DOT apparently does of Lompoc, Calif., and aformer from the state of Florida! for

teacher in the StarKe elemen- a suggestion that resulted in

::: When a good bird dog puts his nose $800,000 annual revenue coming in water.The! tary school, died Monday, I'eb. expense savings! $3")0!) annually

';; to the ground, slows down, and starts should be able to afford a new city planting schedule also 9, as a result of injuries sus- to the Division! of Information

:: wagging his tail, an experienced hunter hall sound good. But it's a different Go includes roses. When plantednow sprout tained in an automobile-truck S?rv'.ces at the Universityof
rose bushes \\'Ulnot collision in Lompoc. Florida.
.,;:. can tell you it's time lo be on your matter when the fact is consideredthat .Let's generally until after frost dan- !Mrs. Devlin, who visited old Mrs. Patray a *;crf! ry In

F toes. every penny of that $800,000-plus 18 gers are past. friends in Starke last year, the division since 1'J61.: impla-

is budgeted.The TC c Water newly planted roses at was teaching school in Lompocat mer.ted a new procedure on the

Like the bird dog, our City; Fathers least once per week if rainfallis the time of her death. University's! : quarterly roster

have got the scent of a new city hall fact is that no city official By flervey Sharpe editor short and be ready to sprayor She was the daughter of the of degree rec'p'ents' that utilized
dust to control blnck spot late Mr. and :Mrs. Edwin Jacobs comp'.uerlz3 and if they had tails they'd bewaggin'. has a firm answer as to where enough FlorIda Agricultural Ltrnslon L--
disease! as soon as the bushes and was reared in Oregon.She for :daily and) weekly newspapers. -
; But it's a-good question whether the can be found within the present Setvto
money sprout.To was born July 25, 1920 The new system! decreased -
citizens ,oF Starke are more like theE budget to finance a new city hall. tender control this fungus. disease':! in Lady Smith Wis., and was a postage;:: and:! supply expense
quail or the hunter. The idea of including the county library Plan now to protect bloom. To see the flowers at that shows up as black leslcns member of the Eastern Star considerably and provided a
buds from frost. Straw, paper
their Sunday best visit! a camellia and the Church.
and the Chamber of Commerce .on rose lent margins. M-4 Man- Presbyterian more compact list for news
and cast off :bedspreads are of
show and make a Funeral services held
Council has authorized an expenditure believe zate 200::! Fore, or Phaltan. Apply were media.
: The in a municipal complex, we among the handy items to the varieties that strike your at 2 p.m. Thursday Feb. 12, ,
of up to $2,000 on ar:.:hl- came from the hope that the $7,000per cover: plants to keep them frost fancy. Than It will :bs easier! to the when spray black at seven-ly spot !Is: pre-intervals in the Bandon (Oregon) Funeral ADDL c5 lJACIIDlES MaD- J I

tects preliminary plans to tell what year the city gives the two agen- free. make up your mind: : when. you Chapel. Interment was !in Sun- pal or electric. For sale or .

; will be required in terms of space. cies could be used to finance the If the freeze doesn't ,develop visit the nursery. sent.Dooryard citrus growers set Memorial Park, Coos Bay, rent. Add, subtract credit balance i

: appearance of the pr',..>,)'JIJd building, project. Neither agency, however, about.there are Other things azalea to.worry blossoms Now is the t'ms for planting should: insoect trees! for red Oregon. .- Bradford County Tela- ,
Fungus on
: andmost important-- the cost. A wants to be included in such a grouping -' is one. or transplanting. Here remember.are a spiders, purple and slx-spotted rrmph. i

: $200,000 estimate woj'd! not be too with the city government. This! beauty-killing! funguscan few pointers to relat'onship! mites! and: cth r !'nsects durin!
There a
.. low, we'd! be willing to bet. reduce a. magnlflcient dis between transplant and cool, dry weather. For control: The Bradford County I

0;:: Funds to finance a city hall could play of blossoms Into a slimy pruning roots and tops-each contact your County Extension TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED
lie has the latest
: City officials have made trips to come from growth in city revenues, mush almost overnight.The should oa lone carefully. The chemical recommendation, I

oth3r tDvvui' :; to get ideas for a city if they are not eaten up by corres- first sign of the 'disease root system of any plant shl>"ld1PP1'oxlma'e 1879 J
I Is small water-soak spots on
: hall complex here, and there seems pondingly increased costs. Or a budgetthe Dr. R. the tcp In volume
the flower petals says of
the tops
: little question that the Council will Council found it difficult, at best, S. MuUln.! pathologist with the plar.te: therefore shouli be, reduced in My Neighbors

: continue with plans to build the new to trim last year when trying to Cooperative Extension Service most cases. MLM.LA

complex-- the money can be found. balance it, will have to be squeezedfor Then, a day later the Conifers are the exception- -' ,, .., :. ..,'
I the money.In blossoms collapse: into a mass 'they need: not ba pruned.Th 1' .-J ) .\ : '-.( t FLORI 1ES SASfJ

Where will the necessary funds come of slime. bare-rooted plants are ',0"- ..'.;-<'.-')::"-I" i)

from? Only one council member, our opinion, there is as much from You ravaging can prevent your the blosomsIthlA' fungus hardest to make location.live! whenshftei.to Ball :"'.:::C.L J.,'q.'t _'<,(j ::,,I tr\ T ONE.

veteran Orie Wiggins, has raised the possibility of a new tax of some kind spring with a pray! program ed!and: burtapped a!:new: plants usually ;"0 l ? 0' J
question. He has pointed out that the being placed on the people for the zineb. Begin .rr
of thU-am or suffer very little In the transplanting :-:, : :>rt: r .,
'r council has already agreed it must proposed complex as there is of eitherof the pray applicationswhen process and It Is al- ,:, -y. s J( ,l-f.: r.... ,-
a cost of several hun- the above your azaleas begin to to have >any 4'f ':' ::
: purchaseat possibilities.It most imposs'ble : 'j -(.. ';;. : MATTHEWS.! Editor-FubUihcr
dred thousand dollars-- a new turbine show color. Repeat the spray thing but a grene thumb If you .: cl.....-C>'". J' Published each Thursday and entered aa Second

for the city power plant to keep ahead wouldn't surprise us to see JohnQ. 'three times a week during coloring transplant a shrub from a pot ",? -- ..- Class Matter at the Post Office at SUrbe. Florida _

f of growing usage. Citizen get shot right in the pocket- If you season.are th'nklng'! 'about or Regardlss a can. of the type of root .I. 'X"- under Act of !March 3rd 1871.

book. It's a good time to be asking buying some camellias, now is plant, be sure to .. Subscription In trade area: 1 year $5.00; Outside
system you
c::;; Statements that a city with over questions, and to be wide awake to the time to select .the varieties settle these underground parts ......" ::.".. .. trade area: 1 year JS.SO:

hear the answer. :you want while' they are la ''With a soaWng-good supply of "It's Yummy!"

PAGE 10 TELEGRAPH: -- FED. 19, 1970
I a ,

11 I. farm. 1970. 1970. at Stark, tiled a final accounting of Hi
Florida 1-29 4t 2-lt ; : rdaD: "administration of the estate 91fWadde.l
iAMPTONa Mrs. Bertha Hackbarth Is in TO: The Defendant In the Inman D. Green i A. '' Hr, d..-
above-named causeantreth (SEAL) ''ceased. and {: II.cel. furthef;
Alachua General Hospital with Woodard Residence !. The Circuit Court KlghtkJudicial
.. For Aa Cleric of the Circuit Court given thait of
Circuit: In And ,
CommunityNews a hip injury after a fall Ir Unknown You Are Hereby Notified. that ttrudvr4. County, Florida.. In and for Bradford County, this notice once eachlweek foe
Starke. Florida.By four consecutive" weeks application
of the marriagebetween Action for UlvvrcefuM
suit for divorce
HN. D. X. DIiIILSLrflflSSflsflrs Mrs. Mary Esta Peeples is you and the Plaintiff, NO. Tia Virginia F. Darby. will be made to> the Honorable -
A* Deputy Clerk Thoron A. Yawn, CountyJudge
has been Cicero W. loins Plaintiff vs.
Mildred C. Woodard.
mm A in Alachua General HospitalIn Defendant, Goldla Mary Uolns. Defendant.NOTICE 3-5 4t S-2 of Bradford County Florida
filed against" you. aa
Gainesville for treatment.Mr. by Mildred C. Wooda-rd.. a. for a.f vf'i1N said accounting
PTA GOES and Mrs. Calvin Varnes Plaintiff In the above-styled In The Name Of The State Of I. The Cauatr Jndare's. Court In. Nations Bank ofJacksonville
BACKTOSCHOOLHampton Court and cause and you are required Florida Ana For Bradford County.: Klorl.da. of the Florida ; ::.; rBr
Elementary PTA had are the parents of a son, born to file your defense or TO: The Defendant In the as :
Friday, February 13, at Bradford answer to the Complaint a. above-named cauee Uoldlo Mary In Re: Estate of Waddell A. eeta te.The Bank OfJacksonville
'back-to-school" night Tues- filed therein with the Clerk of Coins, whose residence !. Walara3r.". a-k-a W. A. Wallace .Florida National" Executor -
lay, Feb. 10, with each teacherin County; Hospital. They the Circuit Court In and for Route 1, Box 1. Deceased \ Florida Waddell>
named him John Andrew. Mr. Bradford County, Courthouse. Haven AvenueAblnlloon FINAL. NOTICE Of The Estate.Of
Ity Elizabeth Givens Walker her room to explain the Btarke, Florida, 3.091; and servea Maryland 21009 Notice la hereby given that A. Wallace Sr.. Deceased.By. .
and Mrs. J.L. Sparkman Jr.
children's progress as parents are copy thereof upon Plaintiff You Are Hereby Notified that the Executor herein on the 26th : : Fred J. Thompson
Books and grandparents.IF attorney. Barton T. Douglas 101 cult for divorce of the marriage day of January, A D., 1970. Trust Officer
.. ... --=- toured the school. North Main Stree-t. Drawer you and the plalnttit 3.1 U 3.21
RECREATION NEWS workbooks were on display In 1228. Gainesville Florid 32601.on and Cicero W. Coin, has been filed $:*:;:*:::*:;:KKSWii :: :::: ::;:-:*:::::::::::::::::::-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;.:.:.;.:.:.:.:. ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::
matlon.! classrooms and WE DONT HAVE IT before March 6, 1973; against. you, aa Defendant, by &
various approximately -
With the approach of Sprint CHURCH NEWS we'll It for Office if yOu fall: to do ao, a, Default Cicero W. Uolra, oa Plaintiff In 's3
everyone Is 50 of the new library get :yon. Judgment will be taken against" the above-styled Court and
thinking about recreating The Excelsiors Gospel Singers books purchased by the Supplies, Furniture. Equip you ifor the relief demanded In cause and you ore required to ny, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
themselves end taking will at ''the First ment.. Bradford County the Complaint, and thereafteraid file your defense or answer to
appear PTA shown to the parents.
on the !feeling' of were cause "hall proceed ex partex Complaint, as fLied
Spring by born Church of the Living! God More are still to be received Telegraph.440TICBJ. Witness. my hand and aval of with th* Clerk of the Circuitcourt .
participating In various activities on February 22. at 8 p.m. Come ordered with PTA (and said Court this 2nd day of February In and for Bradford County : STARKE
of those
Starke.Flora. Florida
offered:!, by the recreation tttuisvruit FICr'1'l'Iov.NAMENotice A." D. 1970, at Courthouse Starke: <'t
one. Come All and enjoy the matching federal funds) contri- 32091, and servo a copy ther.ofupon
Department. Many actlvlt'-e! Lord In Psalms. Service for the butions. the undersigned Is hereby, under given the pro-that (SEAL) Plaintiffs attorney North BartonT. Main. '; PHONE 964-6200 ::;:
are planned for this Inman D. Green Douglas 103
The purpose. 'week Prayer Meeting Tuesday The problem of drainage at ot vision Florida.of Chapter Acts of 80,953 1U41"Laws will Aa Clerk of the Circuit Court, teeM P. O. Drawer 1223. Gaines H
management of the RenoRccreatlon 'night. Terrylng Service Thur the school was pointed out. res-Utter with the Clerk of the In and for Bradford County rule Florida 2601 j on or before.
Department 4 mak day night at 7:30: p.m. Sunday With the school built on a rise Circuit Court, In and tor Bradford Florida. March 8. 970DeraultfJudgmentwill i KEYSTONE
ing' plans for an InvitationalTournament. County, FJl>rlda, uporl By Virginia F. Darby. to do >o, a for HEIGHTS :|:'
service as follows: Sunday: from the surrounding play- proof of publication of this no .A.. Deputy Clerk be taken against you
February 27-28. Ir School 10:15: ; Morning Service. groung fill dirt next to the flee of the fictitious name of 1.6t I.U the relief, and demanded thereafter In said the cause Complaint PHONE 473-3176: |:;

JUE to attend gym. The public Is Invited aervlce.11:30: : YPCW 7:30. The 5:30: and public evening Is Incvited. building keeps being and washed the front out paving, taking I TUCK'S South am engaged DRIVE Walnut In IN.St.business under Btarke: at which, Da.631 AU INVITATION bonded contractors TO BID are In- ,shall Witness proceed my ex lJtnd day of seal Feb of : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::f8::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':;:::;:;:;:::':.

The Falcons !lost to the RoalRunne1'll grass with it. An extra Mary Brown, Owners. :2117 N. Vlt..d to sumtHt bid. to the Bradford acid, Court-- this 2nd
-- -
Ave. Sta.rke Fin.Dated Development Authority
Temple County
of Ocala 87-110. Saturday Ebenezer Baptist Church. driveway, recently constructed this 10th day of Febru- by 13 Noon 23 February -- -131m't Rome.. tGlte aumm ."naMe.QJ and, c aG cQ.-wii -
r- I
: nLfht. The players show- to the south of the front A. D. 1970 at Starke. Bradford 1970 for an BOO III). ft. additionto litdj t }
Rev. Leroy Davis! pastor. Service -
ed County Fla. 2-12 41 35Is Development Authority property -
good sportsmanship. of the school property; was
located on State Road 100.
schedule for regular !cer
DELL': CHAPTER 168 vices'will' be held Sunday. almost completely down the > The County Jadce' Court InAad Finns and specifications, can SIX EXCITING US IN
b.1 irzwmmEdEUN
The regular meeting' of Dell drain after the last hard rains.- For' Uroilford. County, obtained at Chamber" of i
W. Call
Office. 100
March 1: Sunday School. 9:45.Morning : coerce
Florida. ProbateElla
Chapter 168 will be held tonight especially since it was fresh Starke. Florida. Addition to be I
(Thursday: ) at; 8 p.m. In the service 10:45.: BTU 5 fill dirt. In Re: Estate NO.of 1-1235 Ann Under completed 90 day frohbill WEEKS J.:* EUROPEFQRSUMMER
Masonic Hall on Brownlee p.m. Evening service immediately : The next meeting' date was wood I3lssell. Deceased. award. Ztch. 2-lMD 1 lIin."aaaIJ1fSFl *
after BTU. Th Junior week of Notice Of Filing Petition For Alt I yours-st one.I low 1970
changed due to a
Street. All members are askedto Final Discharge Of- ExecutrlcesNoticed elusive, .
Choir 'will serve. school vacation the week before I'a hereby given that tuition coit. ;) I''
be ..
GIRL present SCOUTS and on time. Greater Bethlehem Free Will Easter, March 23-27 and we have filed our petition fordistribution >J..Ii..t. 'like. Cql\tt,cuuuiy J040'. Florida.court. O'ISPrvuate ROUND TRIP JET ALL SEiffil. flRS \/ \//r/ alt \ol KI
discharge ,
and for final LODGING a ALL MEALS '
Baptist 1 I I 1(11" i U If tiC;< /-
All Intrested Church Rev. Jasper the meeting' will be resched- as. oo-executrlces of theastute (EXCEPT BEVERAGES) :"' I'
parents asked
are ate: Kstate of llary C.
Underwood BlsMll. ; ,0CI.lSlcal Europe
Williams Ann
pastor. Sunday: uled later.PERSONAIS. of Plttvituwukl, ALL TRANSPORTATION !f.w. _
tt> cooperate with your deceased, and that on !March 'ORussia Post unit Present .
daughter School. 9:30. Morning serviceat 10, 1970, we will apply to the : Ub1 i-ilOBATE WHILE ABROAD INSUR !rfyoHistory\ ot Lies Central ? ; i'
who *
> Is a Girl Scout Europe !ftf
11. evening service 8 Honorable Theron A. Yawn To AH 1'ereuna iiitoio&tttd In ANCE DISCOVER THE WORLD FOR I':
and listen to the activities! that' p.m. In and for Brad- The b.uLte.II: ouiu .uuojueiU: Plus OArgonaut -Tin Gulden Age I
she discusses wlh Monday night Chodr No.1 re Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Morris for County Florida for an order You are hai'.oy no Hi leu tuat SUCH LXTRAS! AS SMALL o0mmiASummer: "in, Japan
you. February hearse. Tuesday night Choir !)r. and Mrs. and Mrs. P.L. of distribution and for finaldischarge a written Inotiumeut l>,ui yurlu. GROUPS '-ft TWO TO OFrench Language and Civilization, SuminarOSwiss I !
22 Is Thinking Day forGirl eo-executrlces" of to tie toe Lttst Will "'tl1l&ry, U.1'leenowaai
No. 3 rehearse and Ushers! Morris Jr. were Saturday aa Bl. uruuuaed, hue ueenauiiuitoU THIICC! STUD NTS TO A French Language : I
wlU of Ann Underwood -
Guides and Girl Scouts allover Board No. 3 'will meet. Wednesday guests at the home of Mr. the nU, deceased. to piuuu.it in tileCuurt. ROOMlVCOLLCCFCREOIT ; OGerman Longuage and Civilization. Seminar 001'1, HILa.1!
the 'worll. On 'this day and Mrs. Gerald Adkins last -S-Mary Underwood Smelser You ureh&iouy commanded & CAMPUSES: LOCATCP oSuanith Language and Civilization Seminar I
night Prayer Meeting. Friday -S- Harriett Uuderwood Levey wuhln MIX uuiundur munina IN Till LARGE ":VlltCvll: A Tvday'
they think of each other and Oltalmil AI and Ihe Maslon "
night Prayer Band meet- week. Mrs. Adkins and Mrs. .8- Myron C. Prevatt front time date. of tile tirat publication CITIFSlVON SITE EXCURSIONS OA Music >
Living Approach
exchange greetings. Ing. The Ladles Morris are sisters. Sunday V P. O. Box 660keystone of UIIB noticu: la upuoarIn .. .. ft SEMINARS ,* i* I
: Circle 'will Heights. Florida. S2 this Co Ult and snow .u" OEnghih Drama and Literature. -
Remember the cookie /will meet. Dinners' iwtll !toe sold guests at the Adklns were Mr. a.. Attorney fur Co-Kxcutrlces If any you cull, why time action COUHSbSYLLABUS 1iI"l
be delivered February 2021.( from the and Mrs. Joel Smith and family 2-5 4t 2-86 vf tins Cuurt in aumlUmg raid< -:... =- .
kitchen -- 1 [f ] U1l1f J.J\1JU\ L
Girl Scout Saturday Will to prebale.huuld nut alandunievukvd < --
Sunday Is March 8. night. Visitors of Jacksonville and Mr. .
The observance will be held at Greater Allen always Chapel welcome.AME and Mrs. Calvin Richard and t Judicial. The Circuit Circuit.. Court!. And EI.heJa ForBrndfonl T'aeron A. Yawn, County JudgeIn CfJII9 (1'(v/7/, IfJfll
!the First United Methodist of Ocala. Mrs. Sarah and for lirudtui-d County Mrs. Faye Da'rden
Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins daughter Count. Florida. ;Kiorida.ay qUlllon'd: RtuJi'iiU may receive; 'u'Io.K"' t-n-dit. for AIA Vurn- I
Church at 11 a.m. All Girl Sunday services begin Lawson of Starke spent Tuesday Action... For Divorce : Anneta.. 111. Andrew. Clerk l- lion Seminar, front \\vslmiiistor'' College. \n1l'rll'/l11 ''nto'ro,"- Rt. 1. Box 120-A
Scouts are invited to attend. pastor. with Mrs. Adklns. C;:Mildred NO. 7ia C. Woodard. Plaintiff. Eugene K. Shaw liuiial AnuhMiiy in the only fully ucctVihUtl of lUknitt. Keystone heights Fla. I
with:\ Sunday School 10 a.m. KUUKNU: : K. MlIAVr program.
With AI
BOY Defend 1'you dill' enjoy tm I'xi'Uing' vumtioir > 32658
SCOUTS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwoodand "'sKenneth Woodard
lU West Call street ,
with Mrs. F. B. Delestre In -uiul get college crcilit, too!
Boy Scout Troop 70 hold! Itf family, and Mrs. Louise ant Starke.: FloridaAttorney Tel. 473-4270
: charge. Morning service at 11.EvenlD.I NOTICE for Executor -- --- ---- -- --- ------- -- ----- --- --
regular meeting each: Wednes Junior Hogan of Hampton Lake were In The Name Of The State Of Klrat Publication: January 29, '
day at 8 p.m. All boys Interest p.m. overnight visitors last week in ....------------,---------------'------, ------------------__. .------------
Choir members asked to be
ed1 In joining! are asked to contact are Guyton. Ga. with Mr. Under- I I -.p-
present and on time. I QUICK rOZIN
Jimmie Jenkins for tafor- wood's uncle. !
The Annual Woman's Day Mrs. L.L. Melton was able i i I NEW ZEALAND I I

program Is planned for the.second to return home on Friday last SIRLOIN
lotC.t666 Sundav in March 'with week after undergoing leg surgery LAMB 1IO-O
Mrs. M. J. White as chairman! at Alachua General Hos- 1 11 IAMB I I

of the program.'Every' member pital in Gainesville on Tues- FOOD

Is asked: to please cooperate day.Hoy 1 1 1 SALE 69:u! I I II
with the cftDta'lni' to make- this Morgan received :his discharge : -

a .successful\ program. Speak from the U.S. Army OR CENTER CUT RIBSTEAK 1 1 HALF LAMB LEGS.79 I I
1 1 .
ers for the. occasion will be an- and is staying' in Hampton with

fiounenl lAt>,,. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I I LOIN LAMB CHOPS... 991. I FAIR I
Dan Johnson He has recently

been stationed in Washington I I SHOULDER CHOPS... 59,;. 1 @ II

W & D TRACTOR SALES doing hospital.clerical work in an army I SHOULDER ROAST" ..49;. I SUPERMARKETS I

Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Saxon 1 --------------1 1

LaCrosse. Fin. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 moved into their trailer in I I I I
Box: 75 Hampton last weekend. They i U.S. I U.S. 1 II'

I' I
10 DIFFERENT SIZES Gainesville in the near future. I
Mrs. Freda Meng' of Toledo, FOOD FAIR I I 1 wh.n Saving Count,.. I II

Implements. Sidewinder Mowers, Holland Ohio is visiting' here with her 1 COUNT ON US!
sons: Paul Meng', and Francis US lr'' o rr''j.f, '
Transplanters, Cole Planters, Meng', and their families. : 1O9 I ROAST I STEAK I I

John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith I I

Combine and Hay Equipment of of have the Hampton purchased Foster and Hayes several moved farm acres their west 118 I ; I .58;;;c L c.. ; II 68C ; quantity".ICIS oooo. rights, THMOUOHWfONISOAY "UUA.Y,2Sth.r...rv.J. ;

j TRACTOR REI'AIK on ALL MAKES & MODELS. trailer to the site last week,
from Starke. Mr. and Mrs.

I CalVtn C. .Williams, and Raymond Dyal Smith have two daughters, and COUNTRY STTllSAUSAGE
will be operating the chicken POT 77 AZALEA ,
HAM PUSH r s I rroooae


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1700 N Main 376-1268 Insecticides SEEDS--PLANTS-Pet SuppUeeFER1'1LJZERS Mobile Home, Inc. I i POTATOES I I I Iclueu Giant 1 1/2 SLICED IbBREAD I I59c

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lestsBatteries Free Estimates Call FRESH BAKED POUNDCAKE
POWELL'S 8 Accessories) HILL'S

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19. 1970 !


II Mrs. Monteen Todd Mrs. Martha Crews

BOOKSAT Services Held Here Services Held ((

Mrs. Monteen Todd 47, died f]

Tuesday after a brief Illness. ,
I. J r Mrs. Martha Wilkinson Crews :

FICTION She August was 7, 1922 born, and in was Georgia a member on- 73. of Hampton died Saturdayin 1M l1JtftJ rJ/JJJ !l7/Jllgf dJtfdJif !t@l1tiJ9 )
Panthers Caras; A FaHly of the First Assembly of Bradford County Hospital >. : t'
Honorable Defeat :Murdoch; God. after -an extended: Illness.

Incident at 125th Street- Surviving are her husband, She was born In Lawtey on

Brown; Something In Disguise Ed Hay Todd; her parents,John March 9, 1896 the daughter of -
-Howard; Herod and Marianne W. and Elminey Smith; one the late Bryant' and Easter :

Lassrkvlst; Somewhere brother, E.J. Smith; four sis- GrJfifla Wilkinson She was a -. -
:Beyond Reproach Jeal; The1lcadshrlnker's ters, Mrs. Emma Mae Carbor, member of the Highland Bap-
Test Mrs Nellie Griffis and Mrs. tut Church.
man; Indian: Hater Vernan; Betty Jean Todd, all of Starke; Surviving are four daughters CHURCH( OF JESUS CHRIST -EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; School, 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a. m
Afternoon of a Loser Pace; and Mrs. Bertie Mae Zimmerman Mr*. Esther Harrell and Mrs. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway.125* No.rjB\wejt\ ( of Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning: Worship. 11 a. m. Youth
Hearts- Ligioner Pa. Albert Lawtey. Sunday School 10 ServIce 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; FiayerMeeting Fellowship, .6 p. &11, Choir prac-
Trial Harrngton: ; Sarah tooth of Jacksonville 1404 E. Bessent Road. ajm.-
loaJMarttln; Troubled J:>ur- Funeral services were held : Mrs. Delyne Pearson Morning Worship, 11:15.: Sun- !services 6:00.V"d.icsday: 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday !:- l.ce. Wednesday 8 p. m.
ney'-Lockridge: All on a Summer's at 3 p.m. Th.irsday.ln the First! ItaUord( ; and Mrs. Gary Buckley 1404 East Bessent R"J. day Night Service 6:30.--Rev. \ Worship service 7 -RJV. J. C. Saunders, pastOIAlORGAN -- Rev. Robert D. Burchi I
Minister Jack P. Bell.HAMPTON ,
R. L, p m.
Night-Edelman; The Assembly of God with Rev. Dallas Texas; three sons( Sunday-Priesthood 8:30: a.m. Bennett pastor. UOA1 CHAPEL

Honey Bunch Zelver; County T.E. Gilley officiating inter- Frank B, Crews, Safety Harbor> ; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament : Sunday-9:45: : a. m. Sunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Paradise:! Fleming; Pro ment was In the Dyal Ceme- !Marion L. Crews Starke: and 6 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Highway 100-A
11:00 MorningWorship.
CHRISTIAN: School, : a. m.
gress, USA-Daniels; A SpringIn tery under direction of DeWittC Herbert C. Crews Hampton; MondayMia 7:30: 'm. Sunday School: 10 a, m. MornIng -
p 6:00: v m. Training
Jones Funeral ilom. CHURCH Sunda School 10() ant Morn-
the Desssri Eustace; The one brother Andrew: WIlkInson Worship 11 a. m. pre-ser-
Tuesday Primary 4:30: 7:00 Evening Wor-
p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Union : p m Ing Worship, 11. Training: Union -
Fourth Night Watch Talker- Lawtey: ; four sisters Mrs Wednesday Relief Society vices (Booster Band, Young
at 11. Evening
get; A Hero on a DonkeyBulatovic ser; Mat: .new Arnold-Neiman: ; Amanda Blackburn: : Mrs. CelIA 7:30 p.m.JORDAN. People, and Prayer Service). 6 Worship dlup.Wedneada>-7:id Prayer Services 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
8. Wednesday
; Ordained Leckie; Twenleth Century Interpreta- Redding and Miss Barbara Wilkinson p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. xn. Worship, 7. James Shaw. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Prayer Meeting

Come, Gentle Sprln?- Stuart tions cf Bleak House-Krog: all of Lawtey; Mrs. Rebecca MISSIONARY Midweek\ Service. Wednesday, Pasror. night-1:00: p, m Family night Pastor 8 pm. .-. Rev Don Diandy
ADULT NON-FICTION The Emergence of Man-Pfslf- : Chesser Whitehouse; 14 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D.,
Restless Ghosts of LadY: fery; Edwin Arlington Robin. grandchildren and two ,reat- 'pastor BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
son-Franchre; Michael: Dray- S. 301 North, behind Tutee BROOKCR. FLA. Airpark Baptist Church K1NCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Place Ludlam; ;My Brother: INnchlidren.!
Frees Drive In. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple paitor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Iorn.; .
LyndonJohnson; Devil Demonology ; The Myth of Funeral services were held Sunday School: 9:30: ; Training
the DoU'en: Age in the Renais- School 10 a.m. Worship Ser" HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH; Sunday School 10 a,m. Ron Ing Worship 11:00: a.m.; Evening
and Witchcraft- 'at 10 a jr. Tuesday in the Highland Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
sanceLevin Cen- VIce 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at There&sa.) Bristol Superintendent: Training Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed.
Kelly: Jesse Stuart: Foster; ; Twentieth Baptist Church with Rev :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor-
Union, 6:43 Lowell Prayer
Service 7:30: Wednesday. : p.m. Meeting and Bible Stu
< p.m. Sunday. School-10 a, m.
Twentieth Century Interpreta- tury Intel pretal!ons of the Old George Chlam! and Rev. Char- ship 7 pm.; Prayer Meeting
-Leroy Olive pastor: E. L. Morning. Worship-11 a. m. Douglas, Director. Worship! dy, 7:00 p.m. Study on Book ol
tlons of Euripidas" Alcestls Man: and the Sea-Hemingway; les Pryor officiating.Interment tiriffls. associate pastor. Training Uulon-6:30: p.m Services 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Psalms C. .J. Sheffield, Pastors 7:30: Siedae3day( ;'
Wilson; GcEthe Lange: ; How Ideas of Life and Matter-Hall; was in Long Branch Outlaw, music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West!
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m.
The Emergence of Film Art-
to Make Something: From Nothing Cemetery near Maxvllle with DF.DAN BAPTIST CHURCH Ser
Wednesday Night Prayer
Eggs; Black Fire-Jones Jacobs; Peasant Customs and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home BAPTIST
Savage Myths-V. 1&2Doson.. BROOKER vices-7:30: p. m. Rev Merle CIltRCIIIIIGII\VAY 16 N, M\V:; RIVER BAPTIST
The World of Manet: 1832- in 'charge. FIRS CHRtellAN CHURCH
; of ADULT REFERENCE Sunday School, 10 ajn. Worship Packham, pastor. Sunday: School 9:45: a. m, Sunday; School, 10 a. m. MornIng -
1883-Schneider:! : The World Sunday Service: Sunday
Services, 11 a.m. and 7 11 Training Worship, 11 a. m. Training.
Matisse 1869-1934 Russsll; Modern American LIterature4 Raiford, S. Johns Morning Worship. School. 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship -
Union 6 .
.m. Training p.m.- Evening S r,1M Union, 7 p. in, Evening Worship,
Love -Curley, Kramer Kra- Union : p. Evening Ser
O'Faolaln Doyle 10:4:
Bean : ; : u m.
Services Held Rev. Lacy Conwav pastor. School 10 Morning 7:30. IHdtteek Prayer Service 8 p, in. Wednesday night service -
and the Married: WomanChesSTARKE mer; Many Shades of Black Sunday a m. : vice, 6:30: p. m Midweek Service -
Worship: 11 m and 7 7:30Rev 730; p, m. Everyone welcome
Worml Y. a. p. : Weclll IolY.: 7:15: p. m.
JUVENILE NONFICTIONWhich At: New River CHURCH; ; OF GOD in.-- Rev Fred Johns p&stor. L, Tommy Howe Pastor Charles Reese minister --L. L Parker, prtor' .

: Mus'cil'! InstrumentShall 422 N. St. Clair St, Starke. --- --- -
I PJay-Collier; Come A- Funeral services for RaifordS. Sunday School 10 a, m. Worship
long- Caudlll; South American Johns, 91, who died Sundayin Services, 11 a. m. ,;tnd;. 7:30: p.

'- BUSINESSDIRECTORY Woner:! Tales Carpenter: The Bradford County Hospital, m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30:
were held at 2:30 Tues- b
Greatest Yankees of Them All p.m. pan-R3V. Y. W. KUd pastor.
day In the First Baptist Church,
-R Robinson; Th B'nklnsr\ of
Lake Butler, with Rev. W.C.
the UES I\fainl'-J. Walsh; Nineteenth FIRs'rUiL 1: OK GOD
Baughman officiating.
Century Art-A. Rus- OF STARKE
ment was in the New River :
AUTO SERVICE kin; William C. Handy-Mont Church Cemetery, under direction West Weldon St, and Raiford r f
gomery; Worlds Arourd: the of Brannon Funeral Road
:Sun-Edson; Korea-Land of the Home Lake Sunday School: lu:00: a, in.
Tin-i i- "111\ a building, lull' i il< i ipcii.il in
Gilbert S. Brown 38th ParallelGoleld.. Mr. Johns was born in the 11:00: a. m. Meaning Worship;
Twelve Great Philosophers- New River community of Brad- 6:00: p. m, C, A. Services: 7:00p. : Milling, : fm it j i- I,11'1'-

Standard Oil Service Station Ozmon; Feathers, Plain and ford County; and had residedin m. Evangelistic Services. ship| plum' fm (lind'pruplr! < It ,- II
ATLAS Fancy-Simon. the Lake Butler area for Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. Mid-
TIRKS 4.BATTKRIESBudget JUVENILE FICTION the past 58 years. He was rural week P.raye.lectin!\ !:. |il.ui',' Ill-it1' nut1 mii.x, tf" In -anti

Term. Road Servfc Glimpses of Louisa Alco'tt: mail carrier for Lake Butler Pastor: Lester F Richardson.SMYRNA !. and In-ill'In'1'(:",' \\011'.1.! |nv.ii'luilliulli .

PHOVE: 9M-7071 The Mystery of the Marma- for many years, retiring in
107 N. Temple starke lade Howe; Fly-by-Nlght 1945. He was a member of the : MISSIONARY ". j, i.nun "Hi lui! ,liiinni'i.IHIIIIHII opd,

Peyton: B'a kbnarj Bear First Baptist Church, Lake But- BAPTIST CHURCH / 1 l Inlln/ /, mini ni l"il! l,"
HURST'SSHELL Alexander; The GreatBig En- ler. >33: W Pratt St Sunday ser-

ormo-.is Turnip, Tolstoi; Bsl'n- ices! : bunti.iy School 10 a. m If tlit-ip) JIIP 1I111111"\\f'I'Pfl 'iiuti| da's !Preaching>> 11 u, m, Training v ,
New Spring Services Held
How Fletcher Was HatClymer: Jnlvj) :i.4j: : p. in. Evening Warhip ,your i mill'I\ I ir!<> '(0,1, L t 1a
Service Station Devlin: Best Friends for Fran: For Howard BartonIn 7 p. m Even.oneelcome.. null'\ find find.\ in his h'>u-<" ; tY '1,i MI.i

ces -Ho ::n; Nobody's Cal- -Elder A. G. :Flynn, pastor .i
ins:; Oils Jones ChapelHoward R J
Urea A. Dalterlc; ( ? Miles CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS 000The 4'J : "

ROAD BERN"ICK; YOUNG ADULT Fr:TION Barton, 79, of Starke C1IIIUII i" e
301) awl 1100 !Starle HiunCnss: Mazzso!! : Year of died Friday In a Gainesville Sunday School 10 am. Church is Cod s appointed ayency in v S. ,. i/l re 4'.J ;
Discovery Bonnell Nine this world for the of a re + ,
; Seven hospital. Wor hip Service 11 am. spreading knowledge d 4.
Juliet-Lafore. He was born In Floyd County Evening Service: 7 p.m His love for man and of His, demand for ei 1; M ;! G j' +

,s -- -.... Georgia on March 20, 1890; Friday Night Cottage PrayerM man to respond to that love by loving his .. T 1g F! p", ''Tr' v
was a retired farmer, a veteran "rttug.Thursday. neighbor. Without this grounding in the r e nil 1 Y gyre 1

of Worn: War I, and a member Night Prayer love of God no government or society or +7 i ,/ $

A New Course In of the Baptist Church. Mecunot: In church 7-39: pm. way of 'life will long persevere and the I tt.&"e's', 9'4r i '
t tt' Youth Service,
Tuesday night
(t' Surviving are three daughters 4P Lt '
freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably ; i
Mrs. Olin: White!! and Mrs. 7:30: p.m. +e nfyxt ,
BASIC ELECTRICITY Ivy Luke Pastor perish Therefore even from a r j/cit /ej1 r
Warren Ebling. both of Starke, ) j 5 1'1 1
t' t tt and Mrs. Avanell Johnson, selfish point of/ view, one should support rd 1 syP +1 4,.

Jacksonville; four sons, J, C. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL the Church for the sake ol the wellnre of 'tea T P

11CGINtiI Barton, Tampa; Claude H. CHURCH. STARKE I himself and his family Beyond that how. 'A$410 j! tJ! '

tt t Barton Jacksonville; and Old: Holy Eucharist. 8:30: a.m., : ever every person should uphold und 1 / J
t FEBRUARY 17th en and Clinton Barton Key!! 1st, end and 3rd Sundays. 4th I Iaun pmtitipiite in the Church because it tells /: Jfi!

stone Heights; one sister, Mrs. ay, Morning Pra1o'er.I I the truth about man s life, death and "",=- -

: AHEAVocationalTechnical All! Dean Horns, Gainesville; Church School 10 a.m. Family : destiny, the )truth which, alone will set him F ,
im.iFomrxioN) (
t t 14 grandchildren, and one Service at 11. I II Iree to live as a child ol God ,. e4d-- r'.q1
great, great grandchild. I .. "J'r
Center .."
Funeral services! were heldAt I "
3 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial OF STARKE y ,

i Tuesday and Thursday Nights Chapel with Rev. RobertL. West Weldon St. and Raiford I 1
West, pastor: of the Klngsley Road
Lake Baptist Church, officiating t 4
7:00 lo 10:00) P.M.! Sunday School: 10:00: a.m. ;
: : t tt Interment
was Kingsley
t 11:00: a.m. C. A, Services: 7:00:
Lake Cemetery with DsWItt: C. pan Evangelistic Services.

Limited Enrollment Jones Funeral Home in ch8l'ge.Typewriters Wednesday: No Mid-Wc ser

t t tt vice.pastor

: T, E, GlUey ----
Phone 964.6150 I


For Sale or Rent Sunday :School, 9:45.: Morn-
s atRa. At The T leerauhI :ing Worship at 11: sermon STARKE
A ai lO --_ oi "Blessed Is The Nation Whose WILLIAMS BRADFORD
God Is The Lord." Training

Union 6:15.: Evening Worship, JEWELRYOfficial ABSTRACT CO. SUPPLIES, Inc.
sermon "Thou Shalt Not
Steal." Retter Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
: t Monday! -Youth Choir Prac- Class Rings Complete Paint Suppliesand

How'd like tice, 7 p.m. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems Sporting Goods
I you TuesdayJunior Choir, 3:33.: BULOVA WATCHES
to t GA meeting, 4:13.: Abstracts "Check With Us First"
put some money Wednesday Weekday Bible 142 W. Call St. Starke 219 Washington St. 964-5270

t into ? Class. 10 a.m. Family Night Phone 964.7064 Title Insurance
a sure thing t Supper. 6 p.m. >

"Voices From Appalachla" 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
Alice Loyd College Choir Concert -
t 6:30.: Teachers and Officers STARKE 66"SERVICE

t Meeting 7:15.: Church FAULKNERGULF

Choir Practice, 8:15.:
t Thursday, Feb. 26-WMXT Mission Bill Edwards Ph. 984-7231 SERVICEAND

t Book Study at the Church t
Itoo : .. 5 p.m. Tire TrulngHeadlight ? v

t -W, A. Hogan pastor. Adjusting


STARKE Wheel Balance and Trailer
t Sunday Schol. 9:45: : Morning Alignment :: ':'. -

t Worship. 11; MYF Snack Supper Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication

t 6:30: ; Evening Worship 8. 24HR.
t MondayGirl Scouts. 3:15: ; All Minor Repairs! 1011 N. Temple Avenue

Council: on Ministries 7:30.: Hiway 301 and 100
Tuesday -Brownies, 3:13.: 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke PHONE 964.5899

t WednesdayChildren's Choir <10 S. Temple Starke
t Rehearsal 3:15: ; Church Libr-

1 ary open 3:15: to 5 pm. Prayer BRADFORD COUNTY
t You can't lose a cent. Your principal is protected Meeting and Bible Study: 7:30.: FLORIDA
by sound bank management and an agency t ThursdayGirl Scouts 3:13: ;
of the U.S. Government and your return Youth Choir Rehearsal, 7 p.m.
is at the highest rate in years. What are we talking about? Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 7:30.: SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST
Our savings accounts. Being bankers, we don't like Saturday confirmation TYPEWRITERS ,
to call them a steal, but you can't beat them f fdr a t Class 10 a.m.DeWitt ONTROL
sure thing. Come in today and get yourself in on one. T, Farabee. Jr. ADDING MACHINES and Market

t Pastor. Groceries Meats Feed & OfIMICAL t0.

I BAPTIST CHURCH to $625. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
RIDAMember Sunday School 9:4: *>: Morning! of paper work- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
I Worship 11; Youth Choir Practice Phone 964-5745 for FREE
4:30: ; Youth Fellowship: LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South Starke
5:43 Training Union, Inspections and Estimates
a Supper : :
I 1 1 ENVELOPES PHONE 964-5312
I 6:13: ; WMU Prajer Circle 7:13: :

Evenlru WorshIp 7:30.:

t Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Wednesday RA. GA Sunbeams CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc.
t ::! YWA WMS business
meeting'. 6:30: : Prayer Meeting.Business Owned By Thos We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"
One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group Meeting, 7:30: ; Church
t : -Keystone Heights-Phone 413.4911NEW
Choir Practice 8:30.:
t tPAGJ.
-Denton Sumrail Pastor.
attta. .o w a..o ate. = -

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I 1 1j Keystone Is Only Governor's One NameIn Club -

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points, ((but Macclenny Keller was listed In the membership of ...--: I \ MIKE CMITTY
::. ';:*.'; :.::: w.-:. && ::;$ '::. By:.
got hot In the second' half to
: .
:::: The Governor's Club : public >:
Keysfone k defeat Keystone Heights 101-87 Monday by Oov. Claude Kirkon :
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j i News NotesBy l. Monday night. in Macclenny. a television news conference :V" -----

By JIM HiliteSl Grayson, the Indians' 6-5 Col. Harold Ashley, of Melrose Hello, fishermen! The weather day evening and eaugh 25 specs

Please Phone In Your By Helen Egan senior center hit on 17 field was listed as a member Is getting right now., so weighing a total of 40 pounds.
goals and five charity tosses
V FELLOWSHIP CLUB Roy Farris sang several vocal for his 39 points. TeammatesPaul "membership fee" of. our. My secretary and I both weighed 18 pounds and

Jl PTA MEETINGThe Mrs. Kyle McMurtry has Lincoln's Birthday luncheon- numbers. Mrs. Roy Turknetthad Leino and John Warrenhit $500.Col. have the flu, so didn't do a went back for.12 more.
Keystone Heights PTA returned meeting of the Club was one planned to be one of a Ashley starved: on the news colunn this week.I John McCullough caught 34
will meet in the school cafe- ily and after friends a visit In New with Jersey.fam- of pleasantries enjoyed by 46 trio, but her illness prevented. for 12 and 11 points, respec Game Commission under G:>v. couldn't let the week go and Mr. Smith got 35 nice ones.

toruim this Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Martinare members and guests in the Guests attending included Mr. tively. Haydon Burns but was not reappointed by without letting you know that They are popping with roe. Roy
Feb. 19, at 8 o'clock. Follow- now at home Masonic Hall.President and Mrs. Philip Stockwell ol The Indians were in the game by the Kirk adminis! the speckled perch are on the and Mrs. Zellner caught 7 bass
following a
ing a brief business meeting, business trip to Neveda, where Fern Hanson had Lumenburg, Mass. Mrs. Stock- all the way up to the third: tration. beds. Betty Griffin, of Grif last Friday and Saturday.So .
members of the association they represented the Clay E- the guests Introduced, as follows well Is sister of Mrs. Bernard quarter. Keller, led by Mike Kirk said Monday Ihe wa fin's Lodge, reports that all friends, get your fishing

the Keystone Heights School lectric Cooperative at a national : Mrs. Veta Sherwin of Slocom1, and surprised her. Ellis' 34 points, held a slim changing the nama frcm Gov.el'nol"S of their boats were out over clothes on and get busy. This
Winchester Ill Mrs. JennieL. They are touring both Texas
faculty; will honor retiring librarian convention.60th ; two-point lead after the first Club to The. ,People'sClub. the weekend and everyone was week should be a good one.
Vest of Cortland Kan. who and Florida the winter
catching fish. not luck? Goodbye -
Miss Emma Kate period, and a three-point lead so why try your
is sister-in-law of member months I
Mansfield. Roy and sons went out Thurs- and good luckl
Mrs. W.A. Scheibe and Newt Community Church Women's at the half.
and Mrs. R.U. Tlllls ;
All members and residents
will celebrate their 60th wed- Duncan from Kansas. Mr. and Board Meeting on Feb. 23 at Keller made It a sweep witha Garden Club '
of the community are invitedto ding anniversary on Sunday Mrs. George Duncan are new 1 p.m. All elected officers, 48-43 win in the junior varsity and the coming! of Spring
attend and tribute to a Of The LakesOn Here J.s.
pay I old
recall poem; an one
February in
Feb. 22, from 3 to 5 p.m., members, having .moved here committee chairman and circle game. Floridaas
deserving member of the local the -written by Ralph Waldo. Enter
at their home on West Lake- recently from Kansas. chairman please attend. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS; Gra..on 1.539 vegetables were
school faculty. view Drive, Keystone Heights. The table decorations were ; Wolf J37 Worm 5-1-11 Hernsr February 26, members'ofThe planted.: Daisy always had such eon: 2Haar

Their daughter, Miss Gladys colorful, in keeping withValen- BUFFET SUPPER Limo 1-0-21 44-11 Coiltllo, Bli'1-J-7I..:.datt' Htplttnitlll 1-1-31' Moore 1-0-Ji 204 Garden< Club of the Lakes a nice garden and seemed she thou :named all ,the !birds
ROTARY CLUBS. Tims, Invites all relatives and tine's day and Lincoln's birth- Saturday Feb. 21, from 6 ; Totals 351747.MACCLENNY 'will meet at the City Hall at 11 coon had radishes and creen without a gun?
L. Peek, Jr., president KELLER: T. Glvint J04 o'clock for a trip: to the Ravine (beans loved the wood-rose and :left
friends to attend between the day, with sprays of greenery to 7 p.m., Buffet Supper at ; Hop 1-0041 Elllt 15434 L. Glv.niIOJ and everything good. ,
of the Florida State Bank at appointed hours. No invitations red berries and red camellias Masonic Hall, $1.50. Tickets ; LM M-I4I Campbell 4-0-1; Grllfufh Gardens In Palaika. Each They matured faster down It on its stalk?

Starke, was the honored guest will be sent. It is requested that along the center of the table. may be secured from any Eas- 40-1 44-9-10)" Jackson. 3-24 Ruli 4-1-9. Totals member will bring lunch and there than 1 had been usedto At rich men's tables eaten

and speaker at the Keystone you please omit gifts. Robert Ferrell, table arrange- tern Star officer. Open for KV. on* HlgMt. 19 M 22 11_ 17, a soft drink Everyone one at. !up north. In Indiana March breed and pulse?
Club Fri- >MKclnny K ll r 11 IS M -11ty
Heights Rotary 13. on Mrs. W.T. Kaizer, of Orange- ment Chairman, had the new table members and friends. 'tending:! is urged to ,bring( a (brings Spring, but vegetablesare Unarmed faced danger :with a
day, S.C. setting in grouping which guest. heart of trust?
Mr. Peek showed color slides burg, passed away at her not planted until May. I
accompanied by his Inter- home on Sunday morning, Feb. lent to the friendliness of the f recall March- -a.-. the month And :loved so well a high be-
esting accounts of a recent 15, after a sudden illness. Mrs. Club, whose aim is to promote little minnows frozen In the 'When a child and walked to havlor.

trip to Hawaii. The trip was Kaizer Is survived by three fellowship throught social L ice, but' com, warm' days IShall school a one room school In man or maid that: thou

sponsored by the American sons and five daughters, including togetherness.Mrs. (. be O. K. HalI "Beech Orove". There 'were lit- from epeech retrained
Banking Association. Mrs. Lon Rushton of Ethel Weyman, program have driven into New Castle. tie i green" frogs singing In 'the Nobility: more nobly to repay?

Keystone Heights. Sympathy chairman, introduced Mrs. two .tImes. Once to ,get' sonys roadside ditches .and pussywil O. be my Men. and. ; teach me

HERE N' THERE is offered to Mrs. Rushton and Marguerite Rice, vocal sollst '!' Valentines, (another to the lows out along the branches. to be thine!Ir

Kathy and Laurie Whartor., her family over their recent who Is Church soloist In the Presby- .. iJ.I'r JMra urqess Aiolir beauty shop. I am very much School was usually out la- love this poem. The clipping -
terian Gainesville and
teenage daughters of Mr. and loss.Mrs. .. afraid to drive In snow and ice March and childhood was' Is :yellow have had it o
Mrs. Newton Hook at
Elizabeth organist
Mrs. Jim Wharton, entertained Waggoner and as ,the car slides about and happy time. Now BO far beat long.
her sister Miss Marie St. Anne's Episcopal Church,
13 of their friends with a Fri- Blese The long snowy cold winter' I may elide into some car.I yet I recall fondly.I HELPFUI HINT: Try cutting
the 13th at their of Appleton, Wis., are visiting who accompanied Mrs. Rice usually get several letter .had hear A folded piece\ of foil to
day party Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bachmannat at the piano. The selectionswere is finally nearing March and' each day. one pretty Valentine from Carry In Vle'tBarn -
parents home on Lake Brook- their home on Lake Geneva. lively and entertaining.The ,the end. A fresh snow of last I am so glad I have kept in from a girl that 'vent to school Daisy's. grandson. He 14 en your scissors. If you would
lyn. Present to enjoy the refreshments The three ladies were employedwith business of the meeting night glistens in the sunlight. touch with dear friends evrrY to me when I taught :In NeW'lMexic.o. dug In with another soldier on be happy, be thankful.

and dancing were the same firm In Apple- was mainly announcements and I think of Florida. !wher If I have lust contact It Is a lovely thing top of a hill and the village The sun ahlnes brightly on
Theresa Baker, Theresa Meek, reports. The President appolnt- These are the days cf ths soft ''With old loved friends it la because ed and I am happy., I sent lies all about the base. They the mO\\". I shall go mail this

Patty Mizell, Nyra Nooney, Lisa ton.Mrs.. Waggoner and Miss ed Mrs. Mitta Kersey chairman falling! snowflakes: they will not answer my the great grandchildren Valentines patrol' and: guard 'the femn. now and wear my' sun glasses.
Eland, David Few, Arnold Days when thin frosted candy and both.- Such a grand God Bless you everyone.
Biese will spend several weeks of Telephone Committee. Be- the : :letters Sometimes I write two paper young man. I
Reed, Terry Davis, VirgilCou- visiting friends in Pompano, fore each meeting the officers winds cutting Lnrough, ey, Barry Ilgen and Billy Beam. and chairmen called the Stab ''We await March 'with Its turn.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Dennis following their stay with the are by everywhere with a razor- but I love thfm so much winds

were Saturday guests of Mr. Bachmann's. They plan to return President, and Mrs. Kersey edged sharpness. and they are in my memories -- .......-.. - -- - .-- - .
and Mrs. George McComb of to Keystone for a short calls the following who in turn Days when the sun's warmth As I go ''down these golden L- I
Lake visit with friends while enroute call their list of members. If dl SoLves in chllUd! blue. years living on borrowed
Brooklyn. anyone is interested In being These the nights' when the I
are 'time I find 1
Mrs. Henry Schuber, of Clo- home.Mrs. my love for everyone
Henry Mickle has called to remind you of pro- lace
retired gray of storm clouds
ver Lane, is a patient at the I have ever known grows ;
from an insurance grams, call mem'Jershipchalr- Cradles the stars, with a forecast .
Gainesville Medical Center deeper and I can see only the
where whe underwent major company in Gainesville, and man, Mrs. William Beam. Sr. of snow: good and kindness in them.: TI Debt
is now residing year roundat The telephone squad Is Mrs. Nights when while .sha: ws of Love i i
is blind
surgery on Monday.All her home on East Lakeview Nettie Smith, Mrs. Rose Lang, silence are spreading they say, and It
reports indicate that she Drive. Mrs. Esther Kreger and Mrs. Is ia wonderful thing to be
is doing fine. Please be sureto William Bartlett, of Brook- Robert Lambing. Far Into space: In a nebulous ,blind to everything that Is hurtful

send her a "get-well" card, Mrs. Nell Grayson Chair- flow. !, and I just go on loving people
is in Ala-
lyn Lake a patient
or stop by for a visit whilein chua General Hospiatl following man of Health and Welfare, reported Memory is bright with the :wisdom 'and places and everything!

Gainesville this week. surgery Reports indicate that the illness of Jerry Ko- of knowing God has made, with a great DoUsPart.
William Thrift, Sr., of Way- he Is greatly improved. datt of Little Santa Fe Lake, Streams beneath Ice In safe heart. That makes me so hap. !

cross, passed away at his homeon Glad to learn that the Lions who was to undergo surgeryat monotones sing; py. Then I enjoy 'the blua skyI

Tuesday, Feb. 10. He is Club Dance, held at the Key- St. Vincent's. While roots that grope sleepily see out my window' : ; the flock:
survhed by his widow, Zera; stone Heights Woman's Club Bernard Slocom1) a patientat under their snow-quilts. of .birds feeding! In the yard I
three sons, William, Jr., was so successful on Saturday Medical Center, room 645, Await the pale fluttering petalsof :next door where the snow has Victor's T.illymaster home :inkling I

Brantley and Ralph, all of Way- evening, Feb. 14. Proceeds will Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. John Spring. left a bare spot of grass. I I machine is a handy little home appliance: that

cross; and four daughters, :Mrs. be sued for the building fund Kersey called on member C.W. Louise Preston Greene know, as the poem above says, might save your marriage. Because it will I
G. Petty (Atlanta), :Mrs James and the club's other charities. Owens at St. Jude Nursing homein New snow fell last night that beneath the Ice streamsare I
Vincent and Mrs. Ruth Osborn save you moncy..the "number one problem I
Jacksonville, and reportedthat while I was asleep and contlnu. flowing. I recall as a child I
of Jacksonville, and Mrs. J.R. TEEING: OFF1Members he is improving. Dennis of Keystone Heights. Mrs. Grayson, as a Woman's up early as usual and now I I adds
of the Keystone Golf branch and In summer there It !. subtracts and multiplies. And\ give!
:Mr. and Mrs. John Britton & Country Club are reminded Club member, interested In the can let my pup Orphie out in 'were pretty shining minnows for I
printed records.
of Jacksonville with I you tape tax
are busy to sign up for the annual George welfare particularly of persons the snow before daylight. Ha !swimming beneath the bridge.!
the construction of their new living alone, explained the has fun Prccision-built to Victor business machine II
Washington Silver Tournamentto pro- such as he seems to I later lookei beneath the I
completion home on Lake the Brooklyn.Brittons will Upon be be held at the club Sunday gram of the Club known as delight in 'the snow especiallynew bridge when cold weather: and standards. But decorator-sty1ed in the smartest I
afternoon, Feb. 22. This will Life Line. Mrs. Amy McF.l- fallen. He leaps about '
permanent residents of Key- the little fish were frozen In the appliance colors-Avocado, Harvest Gold or
rath is chairman. Folks
be a "shotgun" start begin- living down the and
goes street
now ice. My mother said not to cry, I
stone. Ing at 1 p.m. If you are Inter- alone should give their name plays with another pup about for when Wedgwood Blue. Electric models as little ,.is
warm weather
:Mrs Recent Charles guests Garber of Mr.of Nel-and ested In playing, please be sure to Mrs. McElrath, who will his age until he is tired: then, the ice 'would melt and the came little I $69.95, hand-operated from $59.50. I

son's point included :Mr. Car to sign up at the pro shop. daily allocate, and a member in this to be should called comes hurrying back for a fish would thaw out and be I A Tallymaster: present for the family at II
the tournament way
Following a drink
and breakfast.
ber's brother and sister-in- happy again. I guess they did. Christmas could
the a long toward
covered dish and awards person not call, a check go way I
supper Every night all this!
law, :Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gar- nearly for come spring Lha minnows '
will be made as to their wel- New Sear.
assuring peaceful
presentation will be held. a
winter has been below zero: anda '
ber of Jefferson City, Mo., and fare. Two incidents were there swimming about. I
dep snow on the grcund. I I At most stationery and leading department
brother-in-law and sister, save a person's life recently. This has been such a long,
:Mr. and :Mrs. John :Miller, of This is a community service walked out every morning ear !hard winter. I feel like those I stores. Or write Victor Comptometer I
My Neighbors ly, get groceries at the lo- '
Sugar Grove, Ohio. most my I
appreciated. Corporation Chicago III. 60618.
: cal store 7:30 I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Living- February 26, 1:30: is Game- and by : can 1
stone of Ft. Lauderdale, were Fun get my mall. Then I walk leisurely
Day which is held at St
weekend guests of Alec's parents Anne's Parish House. Members home to rest and enjoy KEYSTONEHEIGHTS I VICTDR I

Mr. and Mrs. Gay Liv- provide a gift as prizes, and the day. Sometimes I talk to I
ingston. refreshments will be serves friends: on 'the telephone and personal adding machine I

Wally Muhlhofer was admittedto by Mrs. Weyman, and Mrs

the Veteran's Hospital In Nettle Smith, second vice- II ... 1'd_, I
Gainesville on Sunday. We cer- president.
tainly wish him fast recovery. I ..: \ I
:Mrs Cam Bastedo, of Folks- DIRECTORYBEAUTY : II I
ton, was a recent guest at the a covered dish dinner and I '.j'. .... v .Y\ .
home of her son-in-law and program was enjoyed by Com- I : ..' .' I

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank w..4.. munity Church members and SHOP J' ..i' .: II
Walrath of Little Lake Key- "He's a postnasal drip!" friends on Feb. II, It being I off.'

stone. Family Night. Indeed, the families KEYSTONEBEAUTY ..\ II
were in attendance In four I .

generations, from the oldest, +rc. Ify iti SHOP \ ., I

John ]amble] who will be 88 "KD1TH JOHNSON. Owaer ,, II
ONE r it his next birthday, to baby Personal and Greatly Hair Btyl- I '" /

1 Julie Beam six weeks old, !pig Wrerr' Form of Beauty rr I
granddaughter of the Ernest Xlture Tuar.-aat. 9-6; closed x ,
McLean's and Williams Beams, I .z::e.... II

WORDABOUT J Jr., and great-granddaughter I I
Df: the Sm. Beams Sr. Follow- NURSERY

ing the dinner, which was host- I
ed by the members of Mrs. KEYSTONE11I(11 O.C. Carnes Nursery I .
Fred Smith's Circle, a musical I. -4"1/' 11
SCHOOL Thousands of plants ,
program was enjoyed. Mrs. I
: Walter Grolick, Vice Presidentof Class Rings Fruit Trees-Shade Trees ns o
MONEY the Church Women I
4 y acting Evergreens
President, as Mrs. Roy Turk- Ame"ca s Fines, b, I
Camellias & Azaleas
nett has been seriously ill with 'Rtgtd Grot I .. j14'gN r VIC7097 I
t flu, Introduced the honored MOST ALL IN CANS I I

guests, Dr. and Mrs. Albert PLANT ANY TIME I

\ Holt who celebrated their 61st Beautiful Roses I
wedding anniversary In the past 4-WEEK DELIVERY LandscapingPhone I
and Mr. and I
quarter Mrs.Wm. I
e Your choice of stones
Walz 659-2165
their 53rd anniversary. I

,... -I The Hostesses had decoratedthe e Encrusted initials 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on I

Valentine's tables In keeping with St. e White or yellow gold Hwy., tOO at. Fiorahome I I
Day. The guest table -
e Diamond
tops I
was centered with a bowl I
/ of pink camellias, with Ivy and a 10k or 14k gold REALTORSenior I
red berry sprays along the a Design under stone S. E. McKAY of I jK I: 4 4f
Mcmfcsr Society
center which were dotted with I
red paper hearts. The lady Residential AppraisersMortgage I

guests were presented with a Woon11 ourn'sGem BrokersWe I I
's save red cammelUa corsage. Help YOU Finance
314 The Trailer lots $300. Vp
long talbes with white Covers I
JAN'6a also were festive In Jewelry The Best In Lake Front I

44 greenery, and blossoms dotted i homes Acreax0, Rental I
along the center.It Starke, Fla. Mrs. Melba lie en. Associate I I
Keystone Office n3. 816
was a church ensemble of Home 473-47 473-1811/ I
is to savel! talents, and the number of I
.. The surest way to money youths enjoying both the dinner I I

Be secure open a Savings Account at and the program gave a feeling I I
that will keep the family together I

our Full Service Bank, where you can take The ,musical program wasa SAP P S I i I

care of all your banking needs. Money combination of Canova-Nall, TREE .URGE OHZ I I I I

it will here! with Mrs. George Canova, Y I f,,,/. I
doesn't on grow I''l..uonaltlp.,4
grow church organist, presenting a I I
piano duet, with teenanger Bar- /11.1.,111., '/lI.I.t tllt/r.4,2kAk., I Bradford County II

BANK bara Farris, followed by a pia- fire 7tu$' i I

KEYSTONE STATE no solo by little Miss Cindy .frMUNINO "OI-MOSSINO"MACIHO' I II
Canova The Celestial Choir Mil 'IIDING-CAV"" nUdlS CAlLING I

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Height, Fla Girls rendered a fine number j 1 roiiiiMO/Ai I Telegraph Inc. I

The youth boys of the Fellow- 1/,, STUMP I
"Your Frjendjjjftmk ship Group, were In attendance Gainesville 1\1. GRINDING I I

In Your Friendly Coaununlty: supporting the young girls. FREE ESTIMATES NwkS7 I I
Mrs. Elizabeth Nail and Mrs. 3761766or372.9538 L
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Season Documentary Tax uary over '
Quail year collections to date' stand Don't CHOP...

RECREATION NEWS [fuels Feb. 22 Stamp Sale Is 'at $3.1 million up 18.2 per cent The TelegraphFor ) TREESTUMPS< |

from the $2.6 million :reported DIG. PULL
$2,155 In Jan.
;;:;::::::::::::: ::::::;;;;::::::::::::::::::::. :;..;.:: : .......... last January. Sur tax 'collec- :
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:::.o::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..: Florida's hunting, season tot I- BLAST!
---.n..n.- :tions :in Bradford County last Office: Supplies
Sales of documentary tax
quail and squirrel; will close month were $187. down from Phone 964-6305
stamps totaled $2,155 In Bradford
TAKE FIRM LEAD: cords and tied for 2nd placein one-half hour after sun oWfl : $351 from January 1969. 'LETOURSTUMPGRINDERS
I the February' 22. except County In January, a, .
Plaza squeezed out a 62-59 for the 16 counties: of north slight drop from $2,390 recorded ;
victory, but only after coming west Florida wheie hunting will in January 1969. : .
In last week's Bantam Bas from behind in the closing seconds continue through March 1. Clay County, however show- -z-i::; -a CALL 376-1766 .-..; /. ;

ketball league action, Starko of the game. Plaza had Quail and squirrel hunting! healthy Increase with sales Gojnesville i A 4 ': '! ,,:;
Builders and Carp's were the l led the first two periods, season will be followed by the last month totaling 7977. up S APP"S TREE SURGEONS -

big winners, each taking vic- 14-7.1 27-25. but the Builders spring turkey gobbler: season: from 5.607 In January 1969.
tories in both games each tied It up at the end of three which opens March 7 In that Union County showed a big

plajed. This enabled the Build- periods 40-40. The Builders portion of the state located jump too, with sales totaling

ers to strengthen their hold' then took over the scoring and south of Stats Road 50, and $1,244 lust month compared to

on first place while Carp's l led the rest of the period until March 21! in the section located .only $136 In January 1969. fiSGOTT'SMobile i

moved into the runnerup spot. with just 10 seconds left north of State Roal 50. Over the state sales of documentary j

On Tuesday, Feb. 10, the on the clock. Builders leading stamp collecUons, "j't". '>, ,
Builders' took Koch Drugs l 59-58 Plaza hit a layupto pulling out of a five-month ,
Dr. O. of 'l4
E. Frye, director
measure 49 to 38. The league take the lead, 60-59. the Fresh Water Fish Commission lump rose to $3.3 million In ... ,.. ..." .1i-.i ... .

leaders built up a 14-4 first With just 4 seconds on the reminded hunters there January for a three per cent Home Sales

quarter lead and Koch was tinc Builders had possession la no closed;! season' or bag limit gain over stamp revenue a ( dte: I $
able to overcome it. High scoring but threw the ball away and year' ago. Comptroller Fred .O..
on rabbit racoon, bobcat opossum !!-
Eddie Blalock paced his Plaza took over and hit a basket -
(Bud) Dickinson Jr. has announced.
red and gray: fox. skunk,
team to victory, hitting the as the buzzer went off to .
19 whileJimmy civet cat or beaver.Trye .O(.ia .._
basket for points, end the game with Plaza taking January Is typically a peak
Cauley had 14. Others scori i the contest, 62-59.
month for purchase of docu-
ing for the winners were Dale also reminded commer'
Statistics showed eacn team mentary stamps, Dickinson Ride Terra
a Tiger..a
clal that the official game
Johns, 5; Ricky Brookes, 6j; with 27 field goals, but the noted. One reason is the end
Bruce Tucker, 4 Wade Wink. t trapping season closes: March
difference in the free
ler. I. Frank Bennett was high was 1. of the year rush to record real the whole !
throws, with Plaza hitting 8of estate transactions In the family can play
for Koch's with 18 points, Steve '
10 and Builders getting 5
Thomas had 16, and Ed Watts After four tries, unsucessful, County Clerk's office to qualifyfor
12. McLeod led
completed the scoring with 4. Wayne plaza the Gators finally managed to homestead exemption. The Terra Tiger opens up whole new worlds of family fun
with 30 and Mack
The second game saw Carp's points discover the correct formula The upsurge In tax collections and exploration. Run it on those vacant acres lust down the
down Cadillac Uniform 26-19. Robinson chipped in 17. Danny to whip the Rebels. In the game during January also reflect.3 street. Take it along on vacation. Try Terra Tiger camping
Whitehead was high for the in remote areas where the crowds can't follow. Drive it to
December holiday buyIng -
This game was played on fairly l plajed Monday, the Gators encountered -
losers with 26. while Bruce
I even terms throughout. Cad- Jackson added 19 very little difficulty resulting in a boost tail| those out-of-the-way'spots where the hunting and fishing is

illace stayed within 7 points The second ended before with the Rebs. In fact, the borrowing transactions, the always best. A Terra Tiger adds up to all-season fun for all.

of the winners, but were just it began game with forfeit- ease with which they did it comptroller noted. Simple no shift controls with single steering tiller and

unable to put enough points by Starke Builders to a Badcock made one wonder how the Rebels Dickinson. says however. the fingertip throttle and brake controls plus new electric( start
In the hopper. Randy Brooks Furniture. had managed to dominatethe Reinstated power of the State ing let mom and the kids master the Terra Tiger in just A SLASHLIVING

led Carp's scoring with 10 pervious games. to tax bank notes and stocksis !

points, while James Akridge, STANDINGS: But Monday the Rebels just of even greater importance.

Larry White, O'Neal Bass and Badcock 5-0 Plaza 3-2,Jackson couldn't buy a basket and the During the first seven monthsof ;; A COSTS.

Locainer Hill each scored 4 2-3, Starke Builders 0-5. Gators led all the way, 5 to I the fiscal: year, the regular
points. Sharone Gainey led Cad- at the end of the first quarter "stamp collections ''down inter: ,
illac with 11 points, and Bill SCHEDULE J and the final score of 30 mittently have begun to catch ucts Buy a Beautiful Mobile Home Now

Boxt had 5. :Monday Feb.23-Starke Builders to 12. John Boyles and Jackson, up with last year's figures, AUIS-CHAIMCRS and SAVE! t

In the double header played vs Starke Plaza, 7 p.m.; ;Prevatt each scored points ..bringing present Intake to $17.9 Farm t
Thursday, Feb. 12, Carp's to lead the Gators.'. Keith Carter Starling Supply
whipped Koch 38 to 36. and Badcock 8:30. vs Jackson Builders, had 6, Greg Crosby 3-, million short, less of 1968-69 than three percent Our J.ow fherhejul! Means Simnjrs For You!

Starke Builders' downed Cad j Frankle1 Crews 2, sand Todd revenue. Phone 961.6057; {T. S. :.101 North
illac 38-22. The Carp'sKochaffair 'Hicks I. For the Rebels, Fd- Revenue from the documentary 225; W. Andrews St. Phone 964-6062
was all locked up at the die Akridge had 8, Jerry Bla- t
end of regulation time and con- ON REBELS 30-12 j lock 3, and Stu Rayburn I. transfers of real estate, rose We Service What We Sell t STARKE
10.5 per cent to $497.128 in Jan_
sequently an extra period was ;.
played to elect a winner. In FOR RENT.: rnrn;! *wd apart-.1 I .....--.... .
ir.'nt 4 "ro'Wie' and bath utllliuinished. -
over play, Joey Thomas
scored two field goals to Insure <".. Couple onlY-No
a victory for Carp's. Joey Pets. Call 964-6852 tfchg

had a total of 22 points to pace FILING CABINETS. TO BUYSELLSWAP CARL BEGGS
his team, while James Akridge
u-iltai Stood. DM* Cbm.....
helped with R, and Jarnes Groves Gulf Service
Safe ...'.41..
scored 6. Frank Bennett's 24 ... C.sMTekm. RENT OR HIRE TT8TED FART

points for Koch were the high Top PrIces fr Wro fc4 Ow

for the day. Randy Lawson WANTED Any old outboard .. 14 Hour Wrecker S.rvis.
-- -- '
scored 6, while Handy Williams --
or lawn
mowers school
and Terry Williams each had pro. I Fuel Oil -
Ject. Call 964-7657 after 4 A Df WAHTBD I
p.m. Laundry, II
two points.In for pick CLA1I1 i, PUMPS | DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Used Car -
up. Up AD IlATK8 voltage Kitchen aid labor-
the second game, the league ... ;"I ._ NEW own a Longebamp Rome T Hwy. 101 N. Ws14WANTED !
leaders had little trouble put- Up .. U ...... 1JMWOT cottage parents watchman AND USED Better built for F rfda livIng George E. LaRue 4M-1MA
ting down Cadillac Uniform. THE KEY TO (C.a.Mar. cook and clerks ground- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Youi
) plans or ours INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Eddie Blalock's 14 points and kteper truck: driver. Fir &: Shallow Wells.
o Your
Ricky Brooks and Jimmy Cau- Gracious!" Living ... .V. If ..Ttt day week:, elcht! hour day. Water Softeners & Filters I\ ford lot or ours. Contact Bu- Fir Homeowner LISTINGSOn
ley's 8 points each did the job :) Town HouseAPARTMENTS Ct&te. retirement vacation : I Mitchell phone C64- LIFE Homes and Acreage. Buyer
CM; Expert Service 8393. A ACCIDENT
P. 0
On Box
IIiItN __.. .. 238 !?tark
for the Builders.13111 Bost paced ... ... sick: leave. If !interested, pleaae t .. WaIting. Strout Realty. Reg.
Cadillac with 9 points, and S. .. III adrss.eas.oliiseaa___ ... ; apply In person Personnel All Makes |, ti1, Ks.oae flight &71-4'"* Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
Gainey had 7. I For Rent I Manager Sunland TrainIng -: FlamMir Scrrlee i I e_ Ph. 964- Ot Starke. PIa.

.-........ Center Oilnetvllle. 71*. I Phone 964-7061 JIMMY MOORE'S MEN WANTED Men cottage .

League standings through Furnished Apartment An equal opportunity employ I DURRANCE PUMP parerts age over :21.! Starting WATSON'SHouse
games of February 12 Starke 'I -_ p' w... er. 1 SUN
: AND SUPPLY CO. : SPORTS pay $329 month promotion opportunities
Builders, 5-1; Carp's, 3-3; Cad M' Rufurd Mitchell \fllh. and regular Increases of Vacuum

illac, 2-4; Koch. 24. Phones ,, CUM OF TBANKflM INSURANCEAT !: 'I :MOORE BOAT r.'OR In pay 8 hour day 5
SUPER Many brands of
Schedule for Thursday, Feb. 964-6853 964-6760 I STICK Vinyl Plastic REDUCED RATES day week, sick leave new vacuum
i vacation!
19Carp's vs Cadillac, 3:45; I worfe or IOT ._. f.CO Letters & Numbers for Interior AUTO. FIRE BOAT YOUR MONEY state .retirement U Interested $3900 up. Used machines from
Koch vs Builders, 5 p.m. and exterior use. All sizes co- DOYLE !0larke! Ph. ft 4-07tl $10. Expert Repairs all makes.
!: E. CONNER please apply in
acwordov.r6O.. ..1 person Personnel
Tuesday Feb. 24Cadillac 5 ROOM HOUSE for rent on lors. Bradford County Tele-1, INSURANCE AGENCY Complete' Outboard & Stern Manager Sunland Training Cen Parts and Accessories for all

vs Builders, 3:45: ; Carp's vs Hampton Lake. 2 large screen graph. tf I Drive Service ad Repair. I ter. Gainesville Fls. vacuums. Built in Central] vac
lehg ,
Koch 5 p.m.STARKE porches garage and utility MIMOSA MANOR Complete, uum cleaning systems. 712 N.M.I .
PHOTOCOPIERS I Fiberglass Repatr. An equal opportunity employ
room. Water furnished. MOBILE HOME PARK : from 99.50 I in, Gainesville 376-7110
Phone to C u s t o m-bultt Flbe'YlauFhhing er.
PLAZA (Trailer and 625. Take the drudgery out BAIRD
DOWNS: 468-1528, or call In person L. A. Spaces For Rent
JACKSON BUILDERS,; Wynn Hampton Lake.2tp Z-19 Phone 964-7498. tfchg of !paper work.-Bradford Coun-I Mobile Homes Bo ti. WANTED: Used Wringer-Wann

:Monday night, Feb. 16, saw tv Telegraph tf I er. Will pay cash or lak. In
Starke Plaza and Jackson MRS. HELEN: Handwriting an. SEWING ''I I NEW and USED BUY. SELL TRADE: Used I trade Smith PlumbingAND
MACHINE on anything. DAHMER.'I.IUT821. .
Building Supply meet with each alysis. 472 W. Madison St., iller oiled I Furniture, Appliances. Torn.
Brown and 8-10-12'
team holding identical 2-2 re- Starke. Open dally, 7 a.m. to 9 home adjusted In your OalnHYlUe Wide I Tooto. Wlmberly's Trading U-Cig
p.m. 300. Vacuum cleaner 1! Supply Company
2tp 2.19 Post. 7434 BJandlna Blvd..
repairs WILL BUY Used
also. ;
All work guarante Good Quality AppllanON.
Jacksonv.rleBusiness. HOUSE FOR RENT small] 2 rw3Volkswagen ed. Dennis E. Cogging Phone Reasonably Priced JacksonvUle. tfohg: urnllure. TV's Stereos&. anything -

; bedroom unfurnished Ideal for 431-1428. tfeh Gainesville : JfI of value DAHMZR-fl., ('oflLf.ldln/l/ and rrp.irrsVlui'iluiitf
couple 378-2785
conveniently located
245 N, Bay St. Itchg: A. J. Thomas, Registered Real !Serviced Guaranteed and I SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic fixtures -
Estate Broker since 1953. St'claUzlng Delivered In 8Urke Area : Letters all sizes colors. Permanent \\IItl'r Heaters Pinups -

FOR SALE-1 purebred female; New & Vied R'J. In appraisals for es NO EXTRA COST MARY for use on wood glaaa,. Irrigation Iron Filters

German Shepherd puppy 2H I Sales Service tates, corporate and Individual US 441 N. plastic paper.. metal leather,' \,atr SoflenersI'IIONES
years old. Shots and wormed., owners Thirty years experience NW 13thflalasmyllie ANYTHING! -Bradford County

Also 1 miniature black male; 1 Ml. North of The Mall in Florida Land Matters. 205 N. JTS-TISS Telegraph. U

Directory poodle for stud service-13 I GAINESVILLEEARS Temple Ave., Starke Fla., Tel. SERVICE Small appliances CARTER :

months old is ARC. Phone 473- 964-5701. tf :nt Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. I FOR RENT 12 wide. t bed- !tlR 1-0023; or 961-5832

4138. tfchg Call St. Phone 964-8311. Mchj room trailer outside city limit
Auto Sales and Service FOR RENT: TV sets. baby ... B. White 9644114. tfchg < I'leiisr: make .* note ol
FOR SALE-2 lots Inside city beds. elee. guitars amplifier, FOR SALE Concrete block i! PAINTS : numbers In
our youf'
Parrish MotorsSALES limits 110' x 110'. One a corner refrigerators: day or week. DA. !tous: 3 bedroom 1 bath central -!, WANTED Experienced! cook. nliooe boob
lot. Phone !964-M10. tfchg r:,' HMER'S. 9647923. tt- hlr heat & alr-oondltlonlng. Cor- Good pay Relief work, 4 shifts )

HAS :rwr lot Phone 4-5.1fl7.. \ weekly. Apply In person Longhorn -
Preparation. SALE
613 I Registered Pole I Restaurant. 301 South.
SERVICE W. Weldon St. Phone 9646311.Ito EVERYTHINGSTARKE Herford bull 2 years old. Also I EUNICE NURSERY ,{ tfch -

PARTS VOLVO_ _ some register Angus bulls. Persimmon.! Pear and Plum I I

STATE TROOPER wants 964-61H. tfchsr trees. Satsuma and Kumquat, Paint SuppliesFor THREE ACRES. high and dry
small Ornamental on paved road: 2 BR solid
shrubs H.
efficiency all types. | Van Priest
apartment. Sgt. Collias. !
Always Good Used Cars. Hwy. Patrol Station. 964- Phone 964-684 6 Sewing 2 ml. north of Lawtey on Hlway frame house. 14 x 18 living

921 Lnura St. Ph. 336-5634 7300. 2tp 2-26 Machine Co. :701! turn at sign phone 782-3485., AllPurposes I room, separate dining room.
I tfchg i Big 2-story barn. $13,750 one-
I -- 5&10
:! MOVING: For Sale Electric I VICTOR ELECTRIC Largest selections from which third down.
range and: porch swing ph. 984' WASTER Add choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco. I
6100. lip subtraction. SPECIAL Machines, with this New Home, & Universal. ':I bob white quail (breeders) Also -, _964-6464 or 964-6810. Wchg! I Fri. and Sat. Only

PEAVY BrothersElectric FOR SALE-Nice clean 1954 I month only. $69.95. Ideal for This Ad Worth' 13.00 On Any Blonds Tennessee and Button Reds quail.Tennessee E. 102 EAST FOR RENT- Large unfurnished -j''

home or light! office work.- Purchase or Repairs house. 315 N. Clark St. 75
Chevrolet 39500. Bobby Lewis I Bowers. Rt. 1 Box 206. R'I' ; $ ASSORTEDMaterial
Co., 964-S4S3: or 064-7116. tfchg Bradford County Telegraph tt ,611 W. University Ave. 378-1353 .Fla._ 32008. Btchg BROWNLEESTREET month. Phone 964-5311 or 473- ,
i 4719. tfchg ;
Electric :Motors BARGAIN 21 Inch Motorola REMINGTON CASH REGIS IF WE DON'T HAVE IT EXPERT: CARPET installation, .

Sold Serviced Repaired TV Black and white with UHF TER: 2-total, electrl: slightly we'll ret It for you. Office Call 004.7889 after 6 p.m. tfchg/ >. .\.: :.- ).. .: :-: FOR SALEChicken fertilizer. I'

Generators Starters Armature and VHF antenna. Gee at used. Cost new 420. Save $100. Supplies, Furniture, Eqnlpme Clean out service. Will put I
'lewipdincr.lQi Southern Discount Company.It Our sale price, $320.-Bradford ".. Bradford County WANTED-Calves 2 to 4 months I FILAMENT Strapping Tape, sawdust: back In houses. Moved I

Lenox Jax. 387-2528 chu County Telegraph. tf Trip graph.Reduce oil. Angus Hereford or other 3,4" x 60 yards. $2.50 Single to Hampton. New No. 468-1985. '

good stock. Ph. 964-6921.: ', roll. Bradford Telegraph W. A. Prevatt. 3tch 2-26
County :
, FOR COMPLETE CARE of safely with' and fast with Go- 4tp 2-26 tf I:
PIANOS yards and cemetery lots In Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at' Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water
i Starke and surrounding area M''! gN.Il's Drug. Stp 2-19 pills" Andrews Pharmacy POSTED SIGNS: Treated to WANTED

YAMAHA; PIANOS contact Larry O'Neal 6tp 2-2S withstand weather- 20c each, Southern Marine
at Jones
CONN and KIMBALL: Funeral WANTEDto Purchase hou'le $2.25 doz. Special price on larger FEMALE I
or call 964-6200. Moved To GainesvilleNew
on Kngsley! Lake BUSINESS $1.00Also
ORGANS for ca'h. OPPORTUNITY quantities. Bradford County Service Station I
4tohg 3-12 Write P. O. Box 298. Lake But- Wanted prsliicer: to furnish ,Telegraph. tf NameGainesville

FOR RENT FUrnlshed apart. ler. PIn tfchg facilities; and labors for produc.n Marine Attendant
ment living 'n'r. ? on contract basis.! PUBLIC NOTICE S1.45 Per hour and
room bedroom
kitchen and breakfast room. IRRIGATION SYSTEM for nale. O
Mrs. D. L. Silcox. S"lf Rtnrt'ng engine pump. 'too. Contact FIrld'State Hat-i I Someore to assume payment* Johnson Motors 40 hrs.
331 Clark st.ttchlf. 1.000 ft. ahimhum : Cobra Boats Swiss for 79c yd.
4 line.
Sprinklers '
?h-re! Gft'nesvllle or phone on SINGER DIALOMATIC: SEWING Uniforms FurnishedSee I
to cover :3 I acres at one "7"-n4RR. 4tp 2-19 MACHINE in beautful wal. Supplies '
ROOM FOR RENT in private !':let tn! 11'. T W. Baker, Lake Ge-, nut console. Must place in your: 1030 E. University Ave. .

home with widow.! To a ''work n..VA.. "hon 47M704 4tchg 2-26 CLEARANCE SALE AT area!! to a reliable party. Bal-, Gainesville JIMMY: MOORE I FOR RENT bedroom partially -

tag woman kitchen privileges. 1ST I FAYE'S once now only $69.20. Call 353- For Interview J
MORTGAGE FOR SALE FABRICS- Lawn Mowers-we service whatwe I furnished house 810 CoUey
KI.HHALL "SVVINrfEK" Call 964-7405 after 3:30: p.m. Starke. Florida. 7000.00! face bonded wools and weave reg. 1946. COLLECT. Jacksonville:: sell. S'arli-ig Farms Sup- Road. Phone 964-5453 or 9114I -

ORGANS UpMTMKO value an interest tnrr'ng at 1.49: now( $2.49 bonded: knits!. day or night ask for cred't plv. 21i'o W. Ardrews: St. tfchif II I I 7116. tfchg

Itooleveltlall3888! 19 STENCILS and Ink. '0 !rer cent Pavmert: 14.90 per I rt>jf. $2.98: now 1.98Our Vil- managsr. Will! deliver, no obligatlon "

Duplicating machine and month. Owner-occiip'.ed! in the| taper like! Sweaters reg. $14.98! 4fchg 2-fi FOR RENT One bedroom I FOR SALE-.22 Cal. Automatic
c'fy'! of Starke. F'r now $10.so. Many apartment. Call 964-7123 or inquire -
WESTERN STORE vpplfea.. Bradford County and t'U more savings.W BUYING SILVER COINS Rifle with 3x-6x scope. Ben
T"' rra.t I !nsurancl!'. Will! rtl,ootint 20 pe- welcome( Master Charge and 1964 or older any condition.: back apartment, 438 East Pearson 52 lb. hunting bow.

cent. Write! : M<:\r'gare For Sale. BiTkAnwlcnrd. Highway 301, Dollars 2.00 up. Halves 80c. Mad'son St. Itp arrows and accessories. $40

LITTLE DUDE 19 ACRE FARM for ale: 18 P. O. Box 73.17: Orlando. Fla. or -lt:i ml. north of Waldo. Quarters 30c. Dimes 12c. Cur- FOR SALE 841 Ford Diesel each. Excellent condition. Call

acres fenced good pastureland Call Are! C"rte-: 30V4
, VVesternStore 80 Pecan trees nice two .-try) "-"" WANTED dates it ol.'er coins. We Buy, steering and: new brakes. Very'

bedroom home. Call 964-7405 HELP WANTED Full : Woman/ age 3545. 'S"1.! T tr'1d coins. Bull'ngtons good con iUon. $2,295. Phone [CO CLASSIFIED WANTED Lad; 33 years of
end part
after 3.19 no dependents
p.m. ftp own transport Co'n< Stark!'. Fl'\. 9647271. nn-2548. Gainesville.! tfchg/ age or older to assist' with
Western Leather
Clothing time on: laver farm. Erg tl'n. 'f not willing! to wo-k do i. week.
housework two tays
good. Saddles and Trailer WANTEDCouple to work on tip. packing etc. Starting Pick-j not per
apply no phone calls ONE BEDROOM house trailer EZERASE
FOR SALE -Round oak: table Reply if interested to Box 0. In
Charles Sharon Petty chlvkfn firm. Call after' 7 p.m. $1.00 hour. Rainbow t1:l'fle ""Dlv I j
st Stuckev's Hwy for rent. CaU 964-6241 or 964-1 Paper. Notebook Fillers. _I
an:13 chairs. Bert Ellington Rt. care of Bradford County Tele
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