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: January 14, 1971
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
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01636
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Moving a step closer to its third bond issue

Epps Man 25 in 10 years Starke's city council Monday

night authorized its engineer to prepare spe-

cifications and call for bids on one and two

Pleads ; GuiltyOn new engines for the power plant.

Monday's action was okayed only after

Not ::4 r Two Electrical Engineer Ed Wilson had told the

r ) council that no decision need be made on a

bond issue until it decides to
ShineCharges place an order
i u i for the engine.
GuiltyNot -h et
g r rr Auditor Ned Scott also told explained to the council its
the council he foresees no difficulty problem and alternatives. lie

guilty pleas were entered in the city financinga pointed out again the city needs
by Billy C. Epps, Starke $750,000 bond Issue if the extra power only In the hot
bank official, Monday in Cir- Terry Boatwright, 25, of Law- present rate of growth in electric summer months when the plant
cuit Court here to charges of toy, was found guilty on two usage continues. peaked last year at 5,675 kilo-
k ( counts, of possession of
aggravated assault and aggra- moon- watts. This Is higher than theplant's
shine, and Despite that assurance and
moving, depositingor
vated battery. firm capacity, moaning
concealing moonshine, In the Wilson's admonition that the that if the 1,750 KW Worthington -
Trial on the charges has been first trial In circuit court Mon- city Is taking "quite( a gam- engine or two of the 20-
Ret for I,'eb. IB/ hpfnre Circuit ble" in delaying a bond issue year-old 1,000 KW White Superior
Judge John A. Murphree. Epps, day.The another year, the council is
Jury of three men and engines' were to be down
represented by Attorney Sellig three women handed the ver- still preceding: with extreme the city plant would be unableto
oldln; Gainesville, was arraigned caution In atternntiruf to be certain -
dict In the
: to Judge George L. Patten supply the demands
before Judge George L. r .il the city does not over
after ocak
1 l more than an hour's deliberation periods.But .
Patten ti. Monday. extend Itself. this months average demand -

Epps Is charged In two direct Judge Patten gave the defense Starke is currently in pro- is only 3,500 KW, leaving
Informations filed by State Attorney ti'w 10 days to file a motion for a cess of paying off about $2.5 plenty to supply the, city' nine
million In bond (Issues let In
T.E. Duncan with aggravated new trial, with the defendantto months of the year.
1964 and 196G for electricaland
remain Tucker also reminded IV'
battery on EltonJames at liberty until the
Moughton and with aggravated case Is settled. sewer plant expansions.The council It now has a 1,500 KW

assault on Johnny Lee Barrett, Allen !Nash: state beverage council met M"ndaynlghl emergency power tie-in with
Starke. to evaluate Auditor Scott's com- Florida Power and Light which
agent, testified to
buying three
parative statement of revenues, could be used. But Ole boardso
Both Informations stated the five-gallon from jugs of moonshine expenses, and transfers and a far Is looking on Uie tle-
Boatwright in
incident which resulted in the an under- projected flow of funds through in as protection for an unfore-
:V larch\ of Dimes Benefit Performance of the Broadway stage production of cover operation June 21, 1969,
charges took place Nov. 19.The Lil Abner will be 21-23 Friday and Saturday at 7:30: in and his testimony was substantiated 1975.The seen disaster, not as a possi-
charges were filed !Nov.: 25. presented Jan. p.m. city had $31.963 in excess ble source of power In periodsof
In other circuit court action the Bradford High Auditorium. bert by Larry Brown and Ko- of operating income and peak demands.
this week: The 1971 Dimes Drive needs to raise over $6,000 to pay (for birth defect eral beverage Griffith agents.state and fed- over cash transfers to the bond Discussion then continued for

William J. Lewisand BarbaraE. operations? already' performed on eight Bradford and Union babies in the past. issue reserve funds In 1970, almost two hours:
took the stand in "I 1 love muchas
Boatwright that
Scott's report revealed. That as
Douglas, scheduled for traU Tickets will be $1.25 for adults and Si for students.
his own behalf, and denied hav- amount obstcnilbly could go to anybody, but if it gets to
on the charge of adultery, The production will feature an all Bradford County cast which has rehearsed "
ing the non-tax-pald whiskeyin finance a bond Issue if the city the point wecan'loperatelt, .
pleaded guilty to the and for four months under direction of Richard Jockcl.. his possession, or selling It would hold all other expensesat Councilman Jimmy Itowen said.
of fornicaton were
charge sentenced to three months In to Nash. J.R. Kelly, Bradford their present level.The city's
County tax collector, was the net operating Income before "It's not as critical\ everyone -
jail, the sentence to bepaid.. only other defense witness, and depreciation and bond Interest says," Clerk Merrill I Edwards : -
if a fine of $31 .
pended testified as to the license tag expense has grown by 9.8 per said, pointing out all
In the case of James Clayton Concerned Students on the '61 blue Chevrolet driven cent in 1968 and 1969 and by the engineers talk about Is
GIbbs and William M. Lewis in by Boatwrlght. 2.57 per cent In 1970, Scott "IF."
charges of breaking and entering reported. But Councilman Jimmy/ Mc-
Lewis did not appearin Gene WhItworth, assistant Rae pointed out the engineers'usage
court, as he Is In Columbia state's attorney, prodecuted tht Using those percentages fora projections In past years
County jail on several other case. Bill Alrth public defen projected rate of growth have been pretty accurate.
charges. Gibbs pleaded guiltyto Take Action .L4t BHS der's assistant. On the jury Scott's report shows that if the "'I his Is all they are saying-
the breaking and entering were Willie II. Brown, Mar- city continues to grow at its that our power use Is continually -
Handy Way store and Waters garet M. Hall, Charles HutchInson rate of the past few years It growing and to have firm
Grocery in Lawtey, and the Alma Johns Thompson can gradully Increase Ole a- power In peak months we must
charge of possession of a Concerned about what they found they can communicate that students are now Into factltude among the school's Notions Elvira Louise DeVoe and Elmer mount of money transferredfrom add another, engine

weapon was dropped. lie Is term the "iron hand" of school directly with him. or cliques. ( on Page Pour) E. Lewis. the power plant fund to "Right, Fd":: he asked Wilson
scheduled for pre-sentence investigation administrators and the poor They also found the school There is also l a defeatist atContinued the electrical engineer.
before being sen- attitude of the 1,200 students administration more willing to operations and at the same
tenced by the judge. a group of Bradford High seniors work with them than they had time finance a $750,000 bond "You pretty well hit it on
:, has initiated a line of expected. All feel student prog, issue. Ole head," Wilson replied.
On the charge of withholding communication with Principal ress at the school has been Projected new revenues of the Starkc's (power demands will
support, Augustus Covington'scase Ralph Dlfirs.! slow. power plant show an increase grow because people will Install -
was continued to the next Student leaders such as Miss from $373,000 In 1971 to $476- more electrical appliances -
term of court. The effort began a few months Dowling, Chambers, and Johns a +zJ 000 In 1975.It such as air-conditioners,
ago when a senior committee who In the conference also shows that after hand- the engineer said.
Leslie Crews pleaded guilty organized by Senior Class were ling bond Issue expense that the "I(Jood J engineering power dictates -
Friday with Principal DIggs
to carrying a concealed weapon, President Nancy Dowling began how- amount transferred to opera- sufficient power to oper-
and is to be sentenced Friday, working for more senior privi- were greatly encouraged, tions would be $89,200 In 1971, ate In peak periods with a bU;

leges. As the students talked ever.On the other hand Student $98,400 In 1972. $87,350 In 1973 unit down( Wilson said. "En-

Anil Shealey, 31, failed to they found a common concern Body President Len Register, $91,2(10( In 1974. and $103,OUC gineers would be derelict If thus:
appear for trial Wednesday about what they term poor who was not in on the meet- I in 1975. didn't Inform the city of Uiis."
morning: and an order for his school spirit manners dis- ing, was not convinced the administration Those figures are most Important Wilson said he still, after
arrest issued. Two cases a- respect, and a poor attitudeon willing to work to the Council, since It hearing the auditor's projectIons -
gainst Shealey first degree arson part of the student body. with the students. In the half .' depends on funds transferredfrom recommends at least one

and breaking and enteringand After several skull sessions year he has been student body Ole power plant for part 2,500 KW unit now, of a low
grand larceny, were to be with Assistant Principal Carl oresldent, Register said he .... of the city's operating funds. H I'M continuous duty, efficient

tried before a jury Wednes- Clark, three students, Miss has seldom been asked to con Ipe.
day. Bond of $1,500 in each _. -_.. .. "It doesn't look good at this A newer, more efficient unit
Richard Chambers sult with ... ,
Dowling, Diggs on a problem. t ....,.
case was to be forfeited, and and Dale Johns, met Friday ... T time for us to buy another mo- would extend the life of the
I the trial scheduled for a later with Principal Ralph Dlggs. But Chambers pointed out: tor, does It!" Councilman Hilly five old mills; the city could
date. "DIggs said he'd give us all "'"!. .tJ Noegel asked There was no use them less, he pointed out
Among the "privileges" they the responsibility we show we \ answer.
William Kimberly, 31, faced requested for their class wasa can handle. i-'? Chairman Nell Tucker again (Continued! ,,n Page Four)
with the same charges Monday request for a senior projectto For Instance, the principal
pleaded guilty to breaking attempt to instill in the student suggested that In lieu of an
I and entering, and the charge body a better attitude open campus, the seniors might f
i of arson dropped.Goton&tier. during assemblies. attend twice per monthly lunch- Motel Owner
What began as a drive to eons at a local restaurant under ill
secure more senior privileges supervision of teachers.
turned into a genuine concern "Mr. Diggs was generous with
be for student morale. the lunch Idea. He usually does'
Another privilege students n't come up with ideas like
have requested Is to be allowedto that," says Dale Johns. Students Organize Government Caught Selling

stage a senior play. "Mr. Students will have to police
Diggs thought this the best thing them sIeves. "That's the only
the 1971 seniors have started.He way It will work," Chambers BUS Student Body PresidentLen student government's reorganization Ihompklns, treasurer.
was enthusiastic about the pointed out. Both h-j and Johns Register Indicates the into a bi-cameral sys- Students have divided the Minors Booze
play." are senators in the BUS stu- Bradford County map which the tem. Work of organizing the county Into six districts witha
A request for a senior lounge dent government.If Student Council has divided Into house has been done by theitnate severth district comprisingall

for seniors only during study six districts from which which was elected last students who live outsidethe II. Summers, 69. mises the, next day. Kin. 8,
halls and lunch periods, was students would behave bet- (House of Representatives mem- year. county. William police found beer, whiskc, and
okayed by Principal Diggs, but ter, perhaps the administrationwould bers will be elected< next Wed- With Register above are Stu- At an assembly Tuesday the owner of the New; l.nglanderMotel wine.
SEE no space has been found for allow more assemblies, nesday. dent Council officer Toni Stone, officers explained the new house on N. Temple AvenueIn
it. The principal also agreedto something it has been reluc- secretary; Richard Roberts, organization to the student Starke was charged !Summers Is charged with

Lil A bner allow a senior bulletin board tant to do, Johns said. The election will wind up the vice-president, and Brenda body. four counts laws of -Ian.violating 7 and sWI.ebeverage 8. selling uUnliollc buy rimes to
for senior announcements only, minors, possession! of alcoholic -
"Right now, they're actually
and to the front mid- leverages/ with Intent to
Jan. 22 23 reserve afraid to have us all (grades Dressed as a mod-type tee-
dle section of the auditoriumfor sell, selllnx alcoholic be'OI"ages -
9-12) In the auditorium at one ager. Starke Policeman Mer-
BUS Auditorium seniors only, if they can time," Register said. Cham- MitchellClarence Innocent Of Theftmore vin Jackson made: a purchaseof without! a license and
selling whiskey In a dry coun
police themselves during as- bers admitted students have beer and whiskey from Sum-
March Of Dimes sem'>lies been disruptive and unruly In mers at the motel Thursd.1yevenIng. ty. He Is free now under bonds

But one item considered 1mortant assembly programs. Lewis Mitchell 27 than $300 from the safe, Attorney for the defense! was Jackson signed affidavits totaling $2,503:! on Ole four

BenefitPerformance ;<( by the seniors- open Attitude of BUS students "on was found not guilty of armedrobbery and a small amount from the Slgsbee Scruggs Gene; Whit- on the four charges. counts.

campuswas turned down. They the whole, Is pitiful" Register! in Tuesday's trial In cash register. Six months later worth, assistant state's attor- Authorities. were tipped to
were told by Principal DIggs said. There Is no pride among circuit court before Judge on October 8, who Identified ney, prosecuted, assisted by Jackson entered the motel Uie set-up lut week when Bradford -
STAR that he does not have authority the students, the student body George L, Patten. Mitchell as one of the attorney Larry Turner. office and retested to buy high principal Ralph I Dtojs
to grant that request. "some booze, according to
president and football team captain holdup men when he came Into
Informed them throe male students -
Bradford County' Florida school law, they were said..Students. lie still faces manslaughter the Madison St. remit Market Witnesses during the trial the Police Department The officer had returned to schoolIn
Cast told< holds the school responsible have felt It uselessto charges In the death of Henry where she was, and said she were Mrs. Alvarez, Sam Gar- told Summers he had heard Intoxicated condition I l''n-
for students from the time attempt changes, have felt Aaron, 17, last September :5, had not seen him In the Interim rard. Bill Chambers, Police from some Bradford High stu- der an IMxKS witha
d they leave home until they re- the administration ruled with and a charge of carrying a Chief C.K. Fuqua T.C. Pace, dents that alcoholic beverages questioning by
1ltnttAtt the students
jl: man Jr., Maurice Edwards: Jr., tel. Summers sold him a fifth they
being, students must continue Losing records by the Tor- .. alcoholic beverages.
t4tt.4nk to secure passes at the office nado football and basketball the trial Tuesday, Mrs. Mitchell said he had not com- and Doris Hill. of whiskey and several cans
if they wish to leave the BUS teams, which usually act as Janice Alvarez described the mitted the robbery, and testified of beer, charged about double
campus. a cohesive force among students armed robbery of the Temple that he had been In the Serving on the Jury were Mu- the retail price., according to Bradford Chief \Deputy' Sheriff -
.. ...... rMra But the most Important thingto have contributed to the Avenue Jackson's Mlnlt Market Mlnlt !Market where Mrs AI), ie Carter Jr., S.J. O'Steen. Assistant Chief rill Chambers. Doll. Reddish carried out
come out of Friday' session lack of spirit, he said.A April 7, 1970, when two vares works as many. as 12 Grace Ward< Faulkner, Lonnle the Initial Investigation:
-- r..ea.ree with their principal, the third factor, the student !Negro: men held a "sawed- times between the April date Crawford Jr., Ernest: B. C.rl- Warrants were obtained and the cooperation of the Police\
students say Is that they've committee members felt Is off shotgun" on her and got and the October date. der, and Robert Drake In a search of the motel pre- Department

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: and Mrs. William M.

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Miss. were hosts at a supper
o oj7i party; Friday, night, Dec. 18 ..
at the William Carey College The Lord Is my shepherd,
Here Is salad which I have It handy.
an easy <
Gladys Moot?: Phoa.U4.7403 cafeteria honoring their son, a I shall not want
be made ahead. Mary, who My good Editor sent me
to lie down
BUlL and his fiancee, Miss Mar- rnaketh me
gave It to me, Is gone now. gift I enjoyed so much. It was He
Socfaty Editor tha Bolllnger, following the eonpie' pastures.H ,
Florida In green
SALAD FOR ANY MEAT one of those good pe- beside still
wedding rehearsal.The leadeth me
MEAL 1 cup Mandarin orange can rolls. I sent a little pieceto
r slices. I use canned. I cup my son and wife. They are water. souU He
... buffet supper was served He re.toreth my
.. crushed canned pineapple. 1 cup good to me.
so of rignt-
from a long table centered with me In paths
Christ- leadeth
coconut small flake.cup smallmarshmallow. Had a time doing my
,. an arrangement of poinsettias .. Mix together mas shopping. I ordered by eouSIl8S1 "
UDC Asks 50' z-i _encircled by miniature Christ. with a pinch of salt; 1/2 cup mall and telephone. One store For his namesake. He res-
mas tree lights. wife took, storeth my soul. ,
sugar; 1 cup sour cream; delivered. My son's
For Nursing tablespoon vinegar. Mix all together my gifts to the grandchildren. Part of 23 psalm. |
+ Bridal place cards marked the and put in refrigerator Whoopee! A new year, and the
ScholarshipsThe o for the 50 call me grandma -
seating arrangement have PSSo many
to set.Helpful longer.
M guests at individual tables, days Mohr, I shall sign It thus. ifl
: It missedus. I
Hints Try putting a
: not had deep snow.
w.T. Weeks chapter --. ,f' "; which Included the Immediate pinch of brown sugar in chicken Here of late It has been It Is 27 years ago this January
t UDC, met at the home of the families, the wedding party; and gravy, for a different taste. near zero every night. My houseis that I started writing for The {
p1 president, Mrs. G.W. Roberts, pI : out-of-town guests I always save Christmas cardsI good and warm. I sleep well Telegraph. Have enjoyed every J
Sr., Wednesday afternoon of I of It and hope I have
get each year. I go throughthe at night. I eat lightly, but three minute ;
last week with Mrs. L.F. Din- Miss Bollinger was complimented little bit 01
pile and If they lack addresses times a day. Had oyster soup '
Y _ _
bridesmaid lunch-
kins and at
Mrs. O.L. Haynes A As :: a and I have them from for dinner. good.
Sr. as cohostesses. \_ _ eon on Dec. 19 given by Mrs. last I write them on the every one.
year Bless you
; A letter from the president ', Maurice McWhoter and her last card. 'Then next Christmas Wherein the New Year has God Grandma Mohr.
of the Florida Division was daughter, Mrs. Rodney Wilson begun and all is well here. Love,

read asking each member of at their home in Hattiesburg. J ...
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the Federation Nationwide to
ict donate 1 50 cents toward Nurs- The dining table held Imported :

ing Scholarships. : :Egyptian place mats with
The Woman's club notifiedthe I, matching napkins and centered Family Special
local chapter that storage with a beautiful Christmas cen-
pace In their building was terolece. Place cards markedthe
available. seating arrangement for
The February meeting will ? the 12 guests, which Included
--- be held at the home of Mrs. Mrs. H.G. Bollinger, mother of Thurs. Jan. 14 Thru Wed. Jan. 20
C.A. Knight with Mrs. L.G. the bride. ,
Henley BassettEngagement Powell and Mrs. George FlynnSr. ,
ToldMr. as co-hostesses. The honoree presented her

During the social hour refreshments attendants with personal gifts WITH THE FIRST DINNER..
were served by the during the luncheon.
and Mrs. Calvin Henley hostesses.The The hostesses presented the
of Starke announce the engagement honoree with a silver platteras
of their daughter, Sheila e Martha Ann Bollinger Reapeats VowsIn a memento of the occasion.Mr. REG. PRICE $1.25

Kathleen, to Sammy Hassett bride down the block Hattiesburg Miwassippi Ceremony
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester has a cookbook which tells and Mrs. John Thomas *
Bassett of Lake City. Wedding her how to prepare dinner In of Hattiesburg gave a bachelor Second - $1.10
plans will be announced later. IS minute. She li waiting for The First Baptist Church In They carried cascades of luncheon, Dec. 19 honoring Bill
the revised minute version. Hattiesburg, Miss was the baby's breath in natural color, Breland m.
setting for the marriage of Miss outlined with diamond flowers The buffet luncheon table was *
Martha Ann Bollinger, daughter and afrlcan violets. Centeringthe centered with a Christmas ar- Third-------
of Dr. and Mrs. H.C. Bol- bouquet and down the cas- rangement.Dr. .
linger of Starke, and William cade were Forever Yours ro H.G. Bollinger, father of
Menefee Breland III, son of ses. Streamers of velvet In the bride, was among/ the I IS *
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Breland shades to correspond with the guests. ourth------- 804
Jr. of llattiasburg. Miss on flowers flowed to tile hemline.
4rh Dec. 19. The bride, given In marriageby U

++ Dr. Karl II, Moore, grand- her father, wore a candle- Hoe p. AID
fat, father of the groom and Dr. light silk organza over taffeta 5r
Meets Jan. 18
Brooks H. Wester performedthe gown featuring an empire waist
rA nuptials. and long sleeves accented with :

Candles in tall cathedral stan re-embroidered venlce lace on
dards were used throughout the the cuffs, bodice and bottom The Bradford County; Hospital
church and tiered brass can- of the skirt. Venice lace also Auxiliary will hold its general
q F delabra, large woodwardla and formed the high collar. She meeting Monday, Jan. 18, at .
/ l n1 h Boston fern arrangements carried a cascade arrangement 7:30: p.m. in the Methodist Fel-

formed the background for the centered with mother-of-pearl lowship Hall. "J J
altar. Garlands and flowers Bible (a gift of her aunt) with -.
were used to outline the rail- white brides roses, phealanop- ::

f Ing In front of the choir anc sic orchids and stephanotls. of Bradford High School, 1970
w\\ leading to the organ and plan Pearls and lace streamers cascaded graduate of William Carey Col- -is
on either side. down the front of her
lege with a B.S. In Medical
Dr. Donald Winters, organist dress. A small pill-box hat Technology.
p +r presented a program of edged with Venice lace secured
The groom is a 1968 graduate 2J61MTITmrU.l30IIOUTN: 1Tlaaf
a. pre-nuptial music. Also pre- her chapel length mantilla of of Hattiesburg High School and

sented was an original com- candlelight illusion. is on the Honors at
position by the bridegroom for A reception was held in the William Carey College where PHONE 964-9972
LL4lmong cello, guitar and flute entitled church dining hall which was he Is a math student
"Wedding Suite." The 13 voice decorated for the occasion with

choir marched down the aislesto groupings of assorted tropical --
the choir loft carrying can- greenery. --- \

the guests! at the Inaugural Hall in Talla- dles and singing hymns of The bride's table was centered qS9fJLrica : \

I ia.-ir.eo> last Tuesday night Were! Mr. and Mrs. Curtis praise.Mr.. .Breland served his son ding cake with a flanked three-tiered by silver wed-

Sander:': pictured above, being-greeted by Cov. Kue- as best man and the ushers candelabra. Mrs. Maurice Mc-

tlint( kew. were Billy Ray Lee, M. Roy Whorter and Mrs. Rodney Wil-
Hood Jr. and David M. MillerJr. son cut the bride's cake. 0L3ank Att tarh
Duplicate Bridge BIRTHSMr. The punch table was decorated -. >
Miss Marilyn Bollinger, sis- with the brtdemalds bou
Winners Named and Mrs. James H. Cash ter of the bride, attended as quets. : :A'
Jr. of Orlando are announcingthe maid of honor, Mrs. Jan Doug *t >**j5&Strf STARKE. PLOmp*
North-South winning couplesat birth of a son, Charley J ? .
las of Louisville, Ky. sister
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Jerome, born Jan. 4. Maternal of the bride, and Miss Deanna Mrs. Karl H. Moore and Miss 'J i iVSK33 '" ..-- ---
Jeanette Breland tilebride's _
night where there were seven grandparents are Sen. and Mrs. Douglas of Gultport, Miss were kept p IV
tables in play were: 1st-Town- Charley Johns. bridal attendants.The book. Assisting In serving -
send Dent and Ken Dent 2nd- were Misses Beverly Rush,
; attendants were gowned STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31 1970
Bradford Taffy Nelson, Pat Ellis, Eliza- ,
Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Mary County Hospital announces alike In gowns of raspberry silk
beth Ferrell, and Patricia
Cook. the following births
: textured styled with a lifted bod- Woodard.
East-West winners were: 1st- Resovrc
Ice. French ruffles of ivory
Curtis Sanders and Jim Cur- Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo, Following a wedding trip to
lace trimmed
the neckline and
ington; 2nd- Mrs F.J, Shaw Starke, a daughter, Yvonne Eli Dallas, Texas and Ita Laweh,
wrists of the long fitted sleeves. Loan and Discount $2,300,547.03
and Mrs. Harry Mooty. zabeth, Jan. 7. Okla. the couple is residingin
Soft fullness accented the silhouette -
Hattiesburg, Miss. The bride
The club meets every Tues-
Mr. and lines of the skirt.Floor traveled in a pink wool pant- Banking House Furniture & Fixture 267,272.75
day night! in the Pratt street Mrs. Ernie Ellxaon. length veils of silk Illusion ,
suit with
tapestry coat.
Recreation Center with play Lake Butler, a son, Jeffrey drifted from a deml-cap of
The bride is a 1986 graduatefisftWHKa'KWSftSKSKftKSSJJSSBS
beginning at 7:30: p.m. Gordon, Jan 9. silk petals. Prepaid Expenses 1,200.40

:;;;:;;;1i:;:;::::;:::;:::;::::::::::::;:::::;; :::::::;:::;:::1;;::;:;:;:::::;;;:;:::: :;::;t 1:;1: :;;::::1;?:::::;:;:,':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: :::;::::::::!::::::;:::::,:::.:::;:::::;:;::::::::;:::::;.:::;:::;:::::;:::::.::::=::::::::::(:::;:;:::::::::::::;::::'::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:[:;:;:;:;:;: ::::;::;: :Sftftm : ::::: Accrued Interest & Income Receivable $ 55,420.61U.

: ft: S. Government Securities 2,448,409.69

m m SPRUNG AIR a .I.Il.Crr Florida County & Municipal Bonds) 1,294,237.45

:: Other State" Municipal Bonds 1,013,174.80

Cash on Hand& Due From Banks 613,086.54 $5,424,329.09

ilm TOTAL Resources $7,993,349.27

II Liabilities

Capital Stock $ 300,000.00

Surplus 725,000.00

Undivided Profits 17,946.06

Reserve for Contingencies 186,221.46 1,229,167.52

Sleep it upon the (umptuous new Spring your choice 1ti; Reserves for Losses on LoansReserve 27,879.88

:::;:;:: Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of =;::::::

:;:::: foam over exclusive Karr innersprings Limited Time Offer twin or full sizeinnerspring E::<: for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 44,213.63
:,::::: cradle you to sleep Covered with luxur :1

Im:;:; ious...and gold"Health' Damask Puff-Quilted! ,' to foam or foam rubber r'>f:::: Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 126,774.42
:,:: Center'eonstructronpro
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::;: most. .' $6,565,313.82
regular or extra length ,;s::
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m:1: box spring without any springs:/ ALL Mattress or regular or extra firm :::,
: : FOAM and extra firm to TOTAL Liabilities and Capital $7,993,349.27FLORIDA
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Lavern H. Outlaw of Gaines A number of households in NOW!
IIY lt ir ville was recently honored by this area will take part In .a
the management of the Gaines- nationwide survey on employ-
ville District Liberty National ment and unemployment to be
Junior Women Life Insurance Company for conducted the week of January
his outstanding sales record 18.23 by the Bureau of the THE ALL-NEW
Will Conduct v for the third quarter of 1970. Census, Thomas W. McWhir-
Dimes March Sun. aW 1 Outlaw led the entire districtIn ter, Director of the Bureau's
,1 period.sales and service for the regional this office week.in Atlanta announces CHEVY LINEUP FOR 71 !

The Junior Woman's Club will Outlaw was the recipient of This Is a continuing survey
conduct the Mother's March for the National Sales Achieve. which the Census Bureau has
the March ofWmes on Sunday, : t 1 u11 ment Award. been conducting each month
Dec. 17 from 2 to 5 o'clock. I' since I 11142. Households are selected -
Areas to be covered will be by scientific methodsto

Starke, Lawtey, Lake Butler, \, SERVICEMEN represent a 'cross sectionof IN FULL PRODUCTION I
Hampton. all households
Brooher. Graham, t tI Navy Seaman Apprentice throughoutthe
Theressa and United States.
Ralford. f
Barry L. Gill, husband of the Statistics
on conditions In the
former Miss Gwen C. Jones,
labor force
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carl especially on

Mr. and Mrs. Boy Reddish Jones of Palford, was graduated unemployed sures of the, are economic prime health mea-
of Webster from basic training at the Recruit of the Nation. In November NEWEST
are visiting Mr. NEW
Training Command, Orlando -
and Mrs. for example, the
Bryant Reddish In .. I Fla. survey Indicated
Lawtey and also Mrs. A.E. that there were 4.6 mil .
McKinney and Mrs. Eve Bald- lion unemployed persons lookIng -
win in Starke this week. for work. Unemploymenthad .
Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddock .......
"': moved up from a seasonally
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteer.visited 1 visited Mrs. Lily Green in Port adjusted rate of 5,6 .
Mrs. A.A. Boggus Sr. Orange on Sunday. percent in October to 5.8 per-

In Fitzgerald Ga. last Friday cent in November, the highest C HEY
night and spent the weekendat 'eJ1lP' '. O.L. Haynes Jr. and level since May 1963.The over- -
Jekyll Island where they daughter, Anne, were In Tal- all .employment situation con-
were joined by Dr. and Mrs. lahassee over the weekend and tinued to reflect the Impact of ,
A.A. Buggus Jr. of Tavares. were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. the automobile strike,which did
Bobby Welch
of Nlcerille.
not end
until alter trio November
Local admittances .,. survey period.
to Bradford i
Mrs. Charley Johns will return Facts '
County Hospital this week about individuals collected -
include: Irving Young and Mrs. :'4d Saturday after spendinga in the survey are held IMPALA 71
Dee Saxon, Hampton; Wallace .,....." .I Lr with her soninlawand confidential by law; the results,
I 11. Mann, and Mrs. Doris Fill- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. which are published by the U.S.

yaw Lester Lake, Hawthorne Butler; Mrs.; Edward Essie James in Orlando.Cas h Jr. and family only Department as statistical of Labor totals.,are shown See if-Drive if- Buy if 571'S 5i 5

Corbett, Keystone Heights A.
lama Manning, Ralford; Tamila; A Little Late But. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parker
family of Atlanta have
Brown, Mrs.Lynn Greene, Mrs. moved to the Whitehead Trailer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand
Louise Kite Mrs. Eva Sullivan, Park on Bethel\ Church Road.- daughters attended\ Gov
Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Mrs. ernor's in Tal-
Mr. Parker
Sarah Freda Brantley, Mrs. She arrived a little late but 7 pound 1/4 oz. Yvonne has been trans- lahassee last Tuesday.Mr. .
Betty Harris, Mrs. Dorothy Elizabeth Bobo arrived at 8.03 a.m. Jan. 7, In time to ferred Relations to this\ area for as Aetna Public \ WAIl NO i LONGER
Bagwell, Carolyn Milliard. Julia be the first baby born at the Bradford County Hospitalin Co.agent Insurance and Mrs. Jeff Andrews \

] Workman, Zane Brooks,Bu- 1971. of Morriston were Saturday I
ford McKinney, Ronnie Craw. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo who Mr. and Mrs. Venner overnight guests of Mr. and
ford, and Johnnie Barden, live on SR-16 west of Starke. The little newcomer had of Richmond, Va. Spiers Mrs. Levon Andrews. I\ GOOD
Starke. little time to have her picture taken Tuesday, she Just the\ remainder of are the spending winter -- \ SELECTION
kept right on with her meal. at their home Edwards Mrs. J.B. Godwin and daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mathews Mrs. Lucy White, president of the Bradford County Road. on Cheryl, of Arcadia will '
of Clinton, Tenn. spent last Hospital Auxiliary presented Yvonne Elizabeth with a spend the weekend here with re- \ -_. _

Wednesday to Friday with Mr. $25 savings bond as the first baby of the year. Mrs. Martha Moore has accepted latives. \ ----= ... OF
and Mrs. Tullle Norman. a position at the Tlm- '; ,

quana Country Club and Is moving Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.Starl- -- =
John Flynn left Sunday for his \ ,
Friday to Villa Continental ing and daughter have returned ) ...;
freshman year at St. Peters- ((1\\, --
burg Junior College at Clear- Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews Capt. and Mrs. Dan M. Pa- apartments in Orange Park. to their home in Arlington, Tex "-.. ..- ..
water. spent Sunday and Monday in ter ni have returned to their as after two and a half weeks -
Orlando with Mr. Matthew's home in San Antonio, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walnwrigtit visit with their parents Mr. __ ._e__ -.
after spending the Christmas and family visited Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas and -. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wainwright sister, Mrs. H.B. McLendon.On :
attended the Cotton State Insurance Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mc holidays with Mrs.Pater's par Bill Mehrtens in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling. :; -=- -. _-:-- .' -- -
Co. dinner party at Lendon held open house from ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long on Sunday. =-- .: -
the Holiday Inn in GajwvJI'i) four to six o'clock at her homeIn and Capt. Pater's parents, Mr. Lee Lex Green HI of Gainesville =-- -:;.-- --- -
last Thursday night. Lake Maltland Apartments. and Mrs. Dan M, Pater Jr. in Scott returned to Coron- spent the weekend with his -.=.
Keystone Heights. Capt. PaterIs ado, Calif on Sunday after three grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
presently stationed at Kelly weeks visit with his uncle and Lex Green Sr. while his sis Cars Cars Cars !
PoEI.I.'SOBILE\\ : Mr. and Mrs. B.G. McIntyre Air Force, Base in San aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. ters, Melanie and Kathy, spent _
and family of Ponta Vedra were Antonio, Texas.Outoftown Terwillegar Jr. the weekend with their other -
now\ ; MLLVCK;\: visiting her parents Mr. and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. _- ::; = WE
I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green GOT'EM
Mrs. J.H. DuPree on Sunday. guests at the Me- Tyler Jones. S-_ -.
attended the
In Tal-
I ane Trailer '"urking Rae-AHvandl wedding Dec. 17 lahassee last Tuesday. := -:
Spaces In1DC.i0 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry. Bolden were Clyde McRae of Orlando, Mrs. Yola Vestal Is visiting .
of .Florahome celebrated their Mrs. Erne, Pine Brandon, Mrs. J.W. McNeely and his brother and sister-in-law,
I: \ 1E "Ifi'fl/E' : P 52nd wedding anniversary with A.W. Rummel and Mrs. Glenda daughter of Lakeland are spending Mr. and Mrs. J.T. ThompsonIn
dinner at the home of their Thurow of Valrlco. Rice serv- three months\ with her par- Okeechobee this week.
(} Concrete Patio son-in-law and daughter. Mr. ers were Misses Mylynn ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Lamp", Post. I'tility' House, and Mrs. X.M. Smith on Sun- Thurow of Val rico and Rebeccaand Thomas while Mr. McNeely Is L/Cpl Ronald S. Smith has
City Mater.' Sewer Garbage ; day. Joining the family was Peggy Cooper of Starke. attending the Highway Patrol returned to El Toro, Calif USED CRR
I Mrs. Mike Smith of Gaines Academy In Tallahassee. after five days visit with his
; ick-up. vllI e. John A. Williams was discharged parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
I For Details Call from two years service Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Glover In the Army In Dec. anc Dec. 18 to Jan. 9 with Mr.
496-2261 or 496-3861 are In Jennings Thursday assumed a teaching position at and Mrs. Edward Schwab at Mrs. 11.11. Adams visited Mr.
: to Sunday attending the Holi- Gainesville High School onJan- Merritt Island. and Mrs. J.M. Vickers In 1968 BUICK
day Inn co entlon. uary 4.Capt.. Brunswick. Ga. last Wednes- 1968 CHEVELLE 1968 OLDS 88

...................-..----------------.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-- and Mrs. Robert M. of Mr.Atlanta and Mrs.were W.C.Thursday Harvey to day and Thursday.* 396 Maroon 4 Door PS PB Special, 2 Door,

Lee Jr. have recently been Monday guests of her parents, PS AT
: STUDENTS MAY ENROLL : guests of Capt. Lee's grand- Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Rltch. JoinIng About the biggest! difference White Top, Bucket Air Cond., Blue Air, ,
in wedding gifti, compared
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. the family on Sunday were) at Brown and White
Cowling Sr. and also Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy John until 30'' year ago, is that Seats. White Top.
Mrs. Gene Long. Capt. Lee and family of Macclenny. the fondue pot hat replaced
: IN THECOSMETOLOGY returned from Vietnam In Nov- she-.efjie Iron. $1695
ember, and is presently statIoned Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish 1695 $
at Fort Benning, Ga.Capt. of Guntersville, Ala. are vis-
: CLASSES : lee's mother Is the former iting Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. 1967 CHEVY
Helen Dowling. Reddish this week. 1967 CHEVY
: 1967 FORD Impala, 4 Door
Mrs. Vergie Flynn was Sun- Mrs. E.K.Perryman returned
: AT THE i day overnight guest of her sister last week after two weeks visit Impala, 4 Door, Hard Top Sedan,
Mrs. Bessie Faxon with Mr. and Announces he la now in 2 Door PS PB Sedan
arc Mrs. E.K. Ferryman Hard Top PS PB Air Cond.
: Bradford Union Area : his offices. ,
Miss Donna Faxon in Gainesville Jr. In Bethlehem, Pa. new
PS, PB, V8, AT. Clean
: Vocational Technical Center i Mrs. L.E. Robinson of Washington Located At Air Cond. Special

: I Mrs. Aaron Thrift of St. D.C. was Tuesday and 207 S. Walnut Street Price On This One $ 1495 $ 895
25 1971 George, Ga. was guest last Wednesday guest of her cou-
: To Begin on January i week of Mr. and Mrs. Dave sin, Mrs. E.K. Perryman Phone 9646311Starke
Paulk. CHEVY
1966 PLY. 1966 OLDS 88 1964
: For Further Information Contact Mrs. E.D. Tenly Jr. under-
and Mrs.Frankiinfitch Door
Capt. 4
in the ,
went last Friday
MRS. OKIE IIUTCHINS INSTRUCTOR : !of Fort Rucker, Ala. spent the surgery 4 Door PS PB 4 Door Hard Top
Alachua General
: weekend with t his mother, Mrs. Hospital Hard Top, PS, PB,

:- Phone 964-3275 : Hazel Fitch. -- AT, V8, One Full Power and Air Cond. Tilt

-- Mrs. Shellie Gerle is home j GENERAL FARM AND Owner Air Cond. Wheel

.-..--.----..-.....-..-.-.--..--...--.-.... after spending the\ holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and j WESTERN SUPPLY $1095
family In Tampa.Mr. I $1195 $1395 I

I 1 1I and Mrs. Jack McComb
visited Mr. and Mrs. John C. NOTICEDon't : 1964 CHEVELLE 1968 CHEVY 1967 IMPALA
Greer and family In Bradenton -

over the weekend and also I be miss J led-Read the Lables--.CHECK Wagon Air Cond. Ton, 6 Cyl., Coupe, PS, PB,
I Dale's at the Masonic ,
Friendship : attended a meeting the PRICE. Buy the BEST FEED for your I
home In St. Petersburgon 4 LIVESTOCK that money can buy. PS, V8, R&H, Standard, Clean Owner

Sunday. I One Owner Like New I Air Cond., One

| RESTAURANT I Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansbyef Sunday j (For Feeders) $995 $1695 : $1895
t f visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Pig-Popper . $113.00
U. S. 301 South At Dansby. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey j
t Dansby will leave Friday tor (Pigs-Sows) 1965 INT. 1964 OLDS 1970 CUB

I Wichita Falls, Texas where he j Sow and Pig Pellet . $105.00
Is entering the\ Air Force foi Scout, Clean and 98 Sedan, Loaded Lo-Boy Tractor

OPEN 6:00: A.M. t lour years. Mickey received U-ofF his at ((125 ]Ibs. to Market) With Lawn Mower. -

masters degree from . 97.00 Ready and Ready
| CLOSE MIDNIGHT the end of the last semester In Hog Finisher Pellets $ I Ij .

I t December. j Cattle Range Pellets 20% $ 89.00 I 995 $895 $2495U.

II THE BRADFORD Cattle Range Pellets 30% $ 97.00WE I
carry 0 full lint of WESTERN WEAR: T..

: Breakfast Published every ThurwUyt I Tan, Stcttan, MilUr Horford. Moor. "Bull
II I 138: W. Call Street
SUrke Florida 32091 Dogor Hats", Old K.ntucky Wottern Wee, I

Lunch Wrangler Boots, Trophy Buckles and manyother
Second class poe&ale paid
t tt Items and name brand I
I at SUrke Florida

Dinner SulMCriptlan Rates: ,<.tor. Hours 8:30: 6:00 U. !S.'; :JOI North Phone 961.7500STARKE

t t t4III Ja. trade. ; tt.1t area six: 1 month$." peryetfr j Fri. S.t. 8.30.1iooPHONE .t'j ; FLORIDA

Outside trade ".5'
t j 494-6041 Lak.Butl.r, Fla
'- per year; 13.00 six month' ,_ j t or Later Your Favorite Dealer

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1 ChamberAllan Fete Set Jan. 28Plana Expected Here

:::: NOTICE :.:: (Cont'd from Pg. I 1) City This WeekendI

!m @ students who feel they won'tbe Robinson, director of and dates for the annual The meeting hat tentativelybeen I I
mI;:::: The GED Examination Will Be ::;:::: gro given a chance for full participation Marketing and Tourism for the banquet were announced at rescheduled for Feb. hl. Local weather outlook for the I
::::: ::::: the students l pointed Florida Department of Com Supt. Tom Casey announced to four days beginning Friday calls
:;::1:|:: Administered During the Week of ::::: merce, Is scheduled to be) the the Chamber Board of Governors the Chamber governors that a IncidentsTwo for cooler weather and higher
M out."We're' still segregated. We featured speaker at the annual meeting Thursday at the heavy equipment training class humidity according to the Florida -
Garden Restaurant.
Chamber of Commerce Dinner 8-10 weeks, has been Division Forestry Headquarters -
Just to the same school to last
1 FEBRUARY 8tK THRU '12th 1971 m go Executive Vice-President Jail sentences were hand- SR-100 west of
Chambers said. The senior Meeting set Jan. 28 atth.country started at the vo-tech school on
II committee would like to change club here.Tlcketa Myers came In for praise from here. It Is another phase d ed out in Starke Mayor's Court Starke.
:::!::1! Its attitude, but admits It will for the annual! fete his directors guiding the Chamber the vo-tech's program In training Tuesday night and a third defendant
;1111; ; LAST DAY TO REGISTER Into a new year "In better forfeited bonds total- There Is a chance of rain
available at the Chamber driver for commercial vehicles -
j:1;:|:;::: WILL BE JANUARY 29. 1971 .i;::; be But a tough the battle.conference Friday are office. Menu for the 1971 affair shape than ever before," as Casey said. Ing $571. Friday and Monday with amounts -
Board Member Pat Everett put 1/2-lnch
j t!j and an assembly Monday to calls for steak. Alvin E. Henley pleaded guilty up to expected.
It. The Chamber has a $.,692 There will continue to be
ii::::::;: Time the GED Will be Given: ;.:..::.:.:.:. explain student the meeting body has to encour-the entire ers Chamber promises! Director it will John not be My.a balance In the bank and after "will have If additional reve- unlawful before exhlbldon Mayor Carl of Hunt a dan-to considerable morning and night
:::: the eleventh month of the bud-
jr' 1!! !! aged the committee. lengthy affair. nues become necessary.He noted gerous weapon and was sentenced ground fog.
|| Monday Thru Thursday, 1 ::00 3:00: P.M.. "Since we're getting these Nominations for the annual get receipts were ahead of expenditures the council could establish to 30 days In jaiL He also Rain fell In the county for
i:1: !11! 1 1 ::1 awards presented by the Chamber by over $1,000. a garbage collection fee, raise
li 3:00(6:00: ( P.M. and 7:00 10:00 P.M. } opportunities, we are tryingto Only two Items, dues and pleaded guilty to disturbing the seven straight days during theweek
:::: ::::::: taxes, increase license fees
:::: show we realize responsibility to outstanding citizens are and peace by fighting and was sentenced of Jan. 411. The county
:|i Friday. 8:00 A.M. 3:30 P.M. ;1itj! goes with privileges." slow In coming In, Myers said were subscriptions overspent from publicity the aoun, or go up on gas rates (which to 10 days on that count. average was 3.42 Inches.There
Chambers pointed out. It will be necessary for all may be a must anyway, due Mitchell Crawford, facing three was no measurable rainfall
from the
::11 1i1! j1j:[ 1 Their work toward more student nominations to reach the Chamber amount were overspent budgeted. Myers explained to Increased costs of natural counts In the same incident, Monday and Tuesday In the
GED $8.50 school affairs office by next week they
Fee for Complete Battery participation In so to the board that It had gas.At failed to appear and forfeited county.:
::::::: .;:::::: has been slow but now may be evaluated. Awardsare that point Engineer Wil- bonds totaling $571 for volun-
:jiji;:;::: and $2.50 for each test. ::;:;::: that some communltcation has! given by the Chamber each voted$250 both float actions to the governor'sInaugural In sendinga son suggested the council proceed tary Intoxication, disturbing the .There were no fires during

m I been established with the administration year for community service, parade and In paying with engine specificationsand peace by fighting, and unlawful the week.
the seniors will humanitarianism, and to twc a call for bids "to get exhibition of a dangerous wea
|;|: Bradford Union AreaVocational :::: dues to various organizations. far down the road" He
::;;; ::;;: try to set the example, Miss outstanding young adults announced that the that .
:::: Myers
::::::: ::: pointed out no decision will be
;ill;;:::: I Technical Center :;:;:::j Dowling says. multi-county meeting to push necessary until the council decides pan.Timmy Kirchalne, 20, an employee IJr. R.S. Mullln. plan pathologist -
Asked U she believe the students .
ijiij:: ORANGE STREET ::;::;; four inning US-301 north and with the Cooperative Ex-
;:;;: 609 N. : and administration have to place an order for of the city electrical:
south of Bradford County has tension Service says the
iijli!: made some progress, the arti- a man on a mountain., But now, been postponed due to the special an engine. department, was sentenced to disease Is soil borne and Is

1:11:1:1:;::!:!;;;!:::;i:1:1:1:1i:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:111:1:1:1:1:11:1m1m:1i1:11iJi;;:::!::::::!::::::::::!::!;;::::: !:: ::;:;; ;im 1i 11; iiH1;!; ; i1m:1;: ;!:;!!:;!; culate senior class president ing in talking his problems with him and understand legislative session called Bonds validated have been for months preparedand by for two terms reckless of driving 10 days and in Jail attempting spread into a disease-free area
answered: his Ideas
by Cov. Reubln Askew, makingit by moving In infected plants.
"Yes, I really do. We usedto his humanism has become more Impossible for Sen.BobSaun- Harvey I. Herman, handler of to elude a police officer If discovered, dig and bum
see Mr. Dlggs as sort of apparent to us." H..r,. to be In Starke Jan. 26. Investment securities.McRae's Kirchalne pleaded guilty infected trees, because thereis
to author- to both charges.The .
ize engineers to write specifications no known cure.
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for one and two engines Police Department said u you do pruning or other
Power of at least 2,500 I KW Kirchalne took off from Tuck's work with tools on trees suspected -
capacity then call for bids Drive-In and was clocked at of having the disease,
as' Issue. died for lack of a second."You'd 90 mph. He was also racingup disinfect the tools before they
and down Lafayette and West-
be taking a pretty; are used on healthy trees.
good gamble," said Wilson, "If moreland Streets, the police Other ways of spreading the

(Cont'd from PgP l 1)) any two of the old units broke said. disease are by bumping the
down. ." Four youths were sentencedby trash cart Into a tree, or rak-
"It's always true that a town Bower again added he would Mayor Hurst to write 500 ing around the diseased tree.
can generate power cheaper oppose placing additional char- word essays on obstructing Water movement in the soil
than It purchase It, U the traffic The youths found
can ges on city residents "because were also transfers the fungus from
city can afford to operate Its they're got enought. They're Dec. 22 rolling grocery carts one tree to another.If .
plant,," Wilson said. He said loaded to the gills." from the Food Fair Store down you plant a mimosa tree
5 increased usage in the future "Friend, I know how they're US-301! to see who could push be sure it Is resistant to Fu-
would pay off the bond Issue. loaded," Chairman Tucker one the greatest distance. sarium wilt. The USDA has
"You can't borrow yourselfout said, "But the city can't operate Ronald Patrick, 17, Tommy developed several varieties that
of debt,,"Councilman Bowen at a loss." Patrick, 18, Danny Jackson, 17, thrive In fungus Infested areas.
said, and then asked again If After a pause, Tucker toll and Michael Moore,20,were all
what the engineer said Is possi McRae his motion would agalr charged with obstructing traf Two of the disease resistant
be in order. This time Bowen fic. Each received a three-day varieties are the Charlotte and
say If you use more said he'd second the motion, suspended Jail sentence and the Tryon. If your local nur-
power, you're buying yourselfout but contingent upon the fact were instructed to write the series do not have the resis-
First Federal Savings And Loan Association of debt" McRae stated. that no further action will betaken essays. tant strains ask your county
Engineer Wilson added that the until the council Is cer- Extension directors for namesof
Increased usage of power would tain funds will be available to other sources of the trees.
OF STARKE pay for the new equipment. go through with a bond Isse.
Starke's population has Increased The four councilmen present Let's GoGardening Without a doubt mimosa are
few in beautiful trees. But like many
:595 We!Madison: Street Starke,.Florida 3W1'l the past only five a or six persons years voted unanimously motion. Councilman to pass Orle Mcline's beautiful ladies, they demand

Bowen said. Sooner or later, Wiggins was absent.In lots of care to keep them look-

Statement of ConditionAfter he stated, people will run out other action Monday night, (S Ing their best
of places to additional
put e- the Council: In the fall the trees shed
lectrical appliances.Then, Wil -Authorized Engineer Wilsonto Fdl....t bushels
the Close of Business Dec. 31 1970 By Derve fftimrpo of leaves that have to
said the would not
son city draw specifications for re- Florida Agricultural aUBervlr : be raked. In spring they litter
proceed with further expan- grouting two of the old White tenMOD *
sions. Superior engines. The council the ground with discarded powder -

Assets Liabilities and Net Worth The engineer, as before, told did not accept a $10,500 bid -putt looking objects that
the council that at the city's from Tadco Construction,Jacksonville Mimosa trees that lose their turn into a slimy mass after
present rate of growth a new for the job becausethe leaves prematurely are like each rain.

:Mortgage Loans and Other Liens Saving Accounts _____________ $4,708,079.54 engine will be necessary every' firm did not include raisingthe bald-headed ladies -- both lIn
Heal Estate .. S 1.92.92:1.11:; : three or four years. Life of trouble. Later in the summer they again -
on off
engines the floor to bad
Federal I Home litter the lawn with podsof
Advance from the old White engines is uncertain -
I. All Other Loans!' __ __ *. 79.652.15 Loan Bank ______ _uu___ 650,000.00 he again said point- remove the old grout. Wig-makers can often ease seed that send forth hun-
Ing out that at some time the -Voted to pay Florida Power the suffering of the ladles but dreds of unwanted seedllnes!' In

Heal Estate: Owned and In Judgment None Other Horrowed Money __ ________ None city will have to begin to replace & Light $10,029 for Installing not for the mimosa, since the the most undesirable places.
them. the 1,500 KW emergency power toupees are not natural looking Chopping: off the young treesat
Loans and Contracts :Made lo Facilitate Loans in Process ______________ 142119.91 Bowen said the power plant connection. Tucker said FPL canopies for trees. ground ]level does not daunt
Sale of Real Estate None finances the other city depart- had agreed to take $8,000 now them -- they merely send up
Other LiabilitiesSpecific I _______________ 23,212.79 ments. Auditor Scott repliedthe original price for the connec- The reason ladles lose their two shoots to replace the one

Cash on Hand and in Hanks 191,629.67 I IleservesGeneral ", ______________ None power plant revenues transferred tion, and the $2,020 next year. medics tresses to is solve.something for the
to the operating fund But the coulcll voted to the
Investments and Securities ._ 316.816.25 But most any gardener can
are no greater than would be entire bill.
discover what's ailing his tree.
Fixed. Assets Less Depreciation .. 105578.20 Reserves $106,000.52 the property taxes if the plant Drought, high water and diseaseare ore.MOST
were on the tax roll.
t the main reasons trees
Assets Surplus 54,297.43 160,297.95Total
Deferred Charges and Other 31,110.78 The power plant is the city'sbread lose their "hair". By the process

winner Wilson said; it of elimination you can
Assets _ 5683710.19 Total Liabilities and Net Worth $5.683,710.19 is tied to supporting all other Hunters suspect that mimosa wilt is TROUBLE-FREE
utilities, such as water, sewer causing baldness In your silk

A-----I service, and garbage. The gas Get 30 Days tree.. WATER PUMP
system last year a pro.
Mimosa wilt Is caused by a GOULDS
....................-- fit.Wilson In Doe KillTwo fungus. The first symptom of
At FIRST FEDERAL OF STARKE F" : likened the power plantto HuskyJet
the head of a family who the disease is wilting of leaveson

: DIRECTORS i Is sick and In need of an operation have one or more of the bran- Automatic
Passbook and Certificate Savings In by the one who can't take time Jacksonville men ches. The foliage hangs down- re-prime
: DOYUS CONNER : off from work but might die been sentenced to 30 days in ward and the wilted leaves shrivel design
Florida Comm. : the Clay County Jail for kill-
10th Earn From the 1st. : NMARKtU" if he doesn'tAt and fall. Completely
8. O. that point the engineersaid ing a doe deer In the Camp This condition gradually corrosion
Owner, Denmark Furniture OaRCBY : the council should look Blanding Wildlife ManagementArea. moves to other branches until resistant

Seeeaaea-a e. ee -- -- : JOHNS favorably on the Income pro the entire tree becomes bare. system

Entrepreneur jections. He said there is always George D. Hale, 20, and Jos- Death follows defoliation -_ Floating disc

At First Federal of Starke --- Your Savings s EUGENE L. MATTHEWS: I a "couple of lean years" eph E. Hall, 44, pleaded guilty in usually some within cases a, year trees However die In a, 'In loss tank of air ends
Owner Publisher, when an expansion comes a- Wednesday to the hunting Infraction -
Earn More. = Bradford County Telegraph long. before Clay County month or two. problemsAvailable

BASCOM; F. MIZELL JR.EFFECTIVE Again questioned by council Judge Thomas A, Rivers In Often small worms will invade lor
: Managing Offl r-la& Federal members, Auditor Scott said Green Cove Springs. the dying tree, sendingout deep orshallow wells
JANUARY:' I, 1971 O. A. ROBERTS he foresees "no problem" In tiny spring-like coils of .
Buemera Farmer the city financing a $750,000bond The pair was apprehended sawdust. From a distance, it Easy terms
All I 1 Passbook Savings Earn 5/<> Per Annum ;: A.. J. THOMAS JR. I issue "based on" this Oils Sunday as the y removed the looks like the tree Is coveredby availableYears ahead

((52.50JlXDIUI: ) Attorney report) information female deer from the manage- a giant spider web. But don't dependabilityplus
: JOHN TORODE : Chairman Nell Tucker pointed ment area. They were caughtat be fooled Look for signs of wilt
out alternatives the city the fence line at Ridge Road,
Torode Oil Oa
6 Months Certificates Earn 5.25'Per Annum Owner.
: i according to Wildlife Officer Make positive Identificationby DEPENDABILITY

((82.000.00 MINIMUM: :' : ) : Jamos Ilubner. cutting into a section of the DURRANCE
bark, about one-fourth inch
1 Year Certificates Earn 5.75' Per Annum : J. THOMAS, JR. 2 Ilubner and Mac Cook, Orange deep, from a lower limb If

($. o", .000.MINIMUM: : : ) : Chairman of the Board!! ; Park officer, waited at the site you see brownish streaks or Pump! & Supply
C BASCOM F. M1ZEU JB, RUBBERSTHFflPS of the kill Sunday for six hours a ring in the sap of the current
341 !961.70613Urt (
2 Year Certificates Earn 6'< Per Annum : President and Manager for the deer to be picked up. year's growth, the tree Is Infected N. TEMPLE
JOHN A. TORODE The two men rode around the by mimosa wilt. SERVIC IS CERTAIN
((510.000.00II1iIIl1: :' : :: *) : Vice Preildcnl and Tress I area and once stopped to move
RUBY the deer to a better hiding place
- -
Or Multiples: of 81,000.00 Increments Above.
: Secretary = before finally coming back to
remove the carcass from the
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I'AID OR COMPOUNDED: QUARTERLY : LORA GLISSON : Made Order Confiscated In the arrest werea
BRENDA CARR .30 caliber M-I Army rifle I
and a Hen Pearson bow belonging Plumbing and Supply
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Eisenhower Commemorative Coin -- While L.!: WfLUAMS. .J Reasonable Prices NOTICE

Last ........... It Is the second charge of
They Phone 964-6305 doe killing wildlife officers have

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH made in Blending this season.
court.The first Is still pending In Effective At Once This


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VII Baby CagersVernon Edge 35-32 By Live Oak

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Barber's basket with their second win of the week STATISTICS
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eight seconds left in the game Tuesday night; a 53-46 decisionover Bradford-. Williams 317 -
preserved Bradford's slenderone Green Cove
r GREEN: COVE GAME V. Barber 3-1-7, A. Berry
point lead as the Tor-
1-4-6 C. Rlherd 0-1-1, L. Davie -
nado cagers took a 31-32: decis- The two wins ran the BabyTornadoes' 7-3-
BradfordA.. Williams 1-0-2 W. Newsome 2-3-
ion from the Baby Bullpups in
Live Oak winning streak to 14, B. Johns 0-0-1, V. Barber 7, D. Alvarez 2-1-5. Totals 12-
Saturday five straight, equaling the total -
6-2-16, C.
4-3-9, A. Berry
number victories Tor-
i herd 1-4-2 W. Newsome Oak- T. Mixon 0-2-
Alphonso Berry with 16 points nado JV teams have won in the ,
10, M. Cissy 001. 2, E. Cherry 4-2-10, N. Per-
and Aaron Williams with 14 past two years 10, M. Cissy 0-0-1. totals 22- ry 2-2-6, K 1 Smith 1-0-2, B,
led the Baby lied cagers to Stanley 1-0-2 K. Hankerson
The tornadoes came out cold Green Cove Marvin 0-1- 5-0-10. totals 13-6-32.

: i 4! as the Bulldogs mounted an 0, Battle, 2-4-6, Dunston, 0-2-
Tornadoes hit 9 of 14 tor a 7-2-
64 cent early 7-0 bulge. The Torna- 0, Hayes, 4-2-8, Scoring by Quarters:
per average. 20 Christian, 2-3-4 S.Turner,
does failed to score until onlj
The game remained close 2-1-4, Basden 0-2-0. Totals, BUS 8 11 8 7 35
remained In the
a 1:49: quar-
throughout the first period, with
L.O. 9 9 5 9 32
19-18-46. -
f Bradford leading in the first ter, but by the end of the
,,wlr ro ,r ol.
three-and-a half minutes of the quarter the Tornadoes hac'
game. At the end of the quar- closed the WD to 9-8.
ter Green Cove held a 12-9 Crusade Draws

lead. In the second quarter Bradford -
In the second quarter how- ? led by Vernon Barber, I

ever, everyone got In on the who scored five points In the Crowds
scoring act, all the Blue !DevIls quarter, came from behind to Capacity
that is, as the Devils openec
lead Live Oak 19-18 at the --
a wide 26-14 margin. at half half -
BY BARBARA lIILL"Comml.U1lcatJon
time. In the third quarter, Bradford cate lives, and follow God's
Both teams came out cold Ir come out strong but only leading more closely, duringthe
the second half, the tqIAr is the key
as normally five-day crusade. Counse-
increased their lead
by points
hot-handed Blue !Devils to reaching people with thegospel"
lors talked with each after the
making Die score 27-23 at the +
could manage but points, while end of the quarter.The & 2- declares Evangelist services, and encouraged themto
Bradford hit for only 3. In the James Robison and his sig
Join and work in local chur-
pa mo came down to the nals must've been
fourth quarter, the Tornadoes coming ches. The Crusade was spon-
through loud and clear,for Sun-
dept pace with Green Cove as sored by Baptist churches In
both teams hit for 10 points, wire as the Bulldogs narrowedthe Greg niherd number 22 fights for the basketball day evening's last meeting of the New River Association with
lead to one point, 33-32. the James Robison Crusade at
giving Green Cove a 41-28 win.
Rev. W.A. Hogan, pastor of
The I win mide Green 7-4 Then with only eight seconds in Green Cove Springs Tuesday nightas BUS auditorium drew a stand- First Baptist Church and mod-

overall and 6-1 In conference remaining, Barber hit for two, the Tornado JV team won its fifth straight ing-room-only crowd. erator of the association, as
play.' giving Bradford a three point Enthusiasm was high for each
Aaron \\ illi.ininumber 11 at riJhl: brings: down The leading scorer In the margin and a 35-32 victory. same. of the five evening services at chairman.One .

'I vlxiiirul at'iiinsl! li\e (Jhk. \\illi.ims !oot'ul'l'd 1 1lllUint4 I game, was Green Cove's Ches- Leading scorers of the game the auditorium. Robison set upa take-off of the choir the specials Peanuts'phrase wasa

I 'it 'fid the Baby> Tornadoes! (III a vun! <>> IT (;rl'e,1 Cm'e.p. ter Austin with 22. Keith Galn- were El red Cherry and Ken Springs Tuesday night. that the third period BUS was rapport with young people "Happiness on is. ."
ely added another 10 pointsto Hankerson of Live Oak, both equals the total number of down 37-38. when he spoke at BIIS Wed- j
.., "Happiness Is to know the
Then Willie Newsome hit a
: the ]Devil cause. of whom had 10 each. games Bab y Tornado teams nesday during school hours, Saviour
Dean Johns paced the Tor- Bradford's attack was very have won over the past two field goal and made good a free and at Bradford Middle School life that's In His ,
nadoes with 7, while Tim Mur- balanced as the scoring clearly seasons.It throw to open the fourth per- Thursday. His preaching and Living a

Varsity Cagers phey hit for 6. Illustrated. Bradford's lead- wa s nip and tuck until the iod and BIIS regained the lead, his story of his own life for favor, '
ing scorers were Williams, fourth period when the Tor- 40-38. Using the slim marginto God held their Interest, as well Making haviour a change In my be- I
I Barber, and Newsome, all wit nadoes gained a small lead as that of their parents, through "
advantage, the BUS Happiness is the Lord.
Lose 2 On Road seven points each.In and made Green Cove fight a ball control offense.cagersplayed hour each service for and the fellowship Robison, a 27-year-old Texan
for the ball. The JV cagers ages-12-through college -
They forced Green Cove to who has been for
i MVC OAK STATISTICS the first half, Bradford made their free shots good, that followed at the First preaching
come to them for the ball, drew eight years, acts, talks and
Tf adage that the team 'hat better than the second for the connected on only 7 of 27 field using them to maintain the fouls, and made the charity Baptist Church. looks like a man who is happy
con!' ila the boards, controlsthe ornadocs I as 1 Live Oak out- Score by Quarters: goat attempts. By the end of lead. shots good. Medleys of hymns and gos- in his
calling as a preacher.
Starke 13 10 10 19 52 the game the Tornadoes had pel songs by. John McKay set
I L ,ime, certainly proved true scored them 13-2 In the first BIIS
53-42 and
McKay, Richie
ran a marginIn Craig the
Live Oak 19 21 19 23 82 upped their field goal hitting up the theme for meetings. lie led
fell four minutes sound
this eek, as Bradford gaining a
the final who
The was tied 12-12 after period during a organist completes the
Live Oak I :53-25: lead. In the last two to 27 per cent, a figure still game congregational singing and a
82-9: In Friday night
BllS-Johns 7-1-15, McGee 2- below their the first period but BUS held a period when Green Cove could choir from several three-man team, echo that same
capabilities, according churches.
and '-28 In Green Cove minutes of the period things 1-5, Murphy 6-4-10, I Kelly 1-1- to Coach Jim Duncan. slim two point, 22-20, lead at score only four points until the 221 made decisions to accept confidence.The .
Th., defeats were the sixth began to get rough and Brad- 3, Hcnery 1-0-2, McKenny 2- "In the half. But at the end of final seconds. Christ happiness is contagious.
the first half to rededi-
we were many more
and seventh for the winless ford closed the gap to :59-33.:; 0-4. Totals 22-8-52.
getting the shots, our shoot-
ornadocs. The fourth quarter >vas a
L.O.- Morgan 10-5-25
Ing eye was Just way off
mere repeat of the previousones ODOB
3-7-13 Smith
4-4-12, Herring
LI\i: O\K GAME as Live Oak, though playIng 3-2-8, Edwards 3-0-6, Cooper Duncan said.Bradford .
Live Oak's' success was hcjed second stringers,out scored 3-1-7, Warren 0-2-2lIendrlcks made 54 per cent

to it's rebounding, as the, Bulldogs Bradford 23-19, giving them, 0-1-1, Smith 1-0-2 Hiley! 0-1-1, of their free throws, their best
average to date, "Our foul
grabbed the Tornadoes the 82-52 margin.
Bellinger 1-0-2, McCall
50-'!iS on the boards. Another Leading scorer in the game Totals 292482. shooting kept us in the game,"

key 10 Its victory was the Bulldog was Live Oak's Bob Morgan, Coach Duncan said.
s tree throw shooting Live who had 25 points. Eugene Bal Live Oak connected on only
Oat. made 24 of 38 free throws ly added 13 points to the Bulldog GREEN COVE STATISTICS; 36 per cent of their free

for :13 per cent, while the Tornado effort while Alfred Smith throws.
is made only 8 of 22 from Scoring by Quarters: "The game with Live Oak

the i Parity line, for 36 per cent. led 12 as the Bulldogs ran its was one of our best defensive This i --
In the first quarter, 0 of record to 6-1 for the Season.' Starke 9 5 3 10 28 efforts yet," Duncan said. "It message
Tim Murphy the 121 1* 5 was key turn over in the lat-
Live'Oaks first 13 points camefront was !! 191'- U\c-c- ,H. }JIO .41 iBUS
-r '
free throws, at the end of nadoes high man tvlth-1 16 pomts ter part of the'ball game, that
the Quarter Live Oak led P-H., while Dean John hit for 'IS. Johns 3-1-7, Wright 1- kept the game as close as It
itie Bulldogs broke the game 3-5, McGee 1-3-5, Henery 2-1- was. will selfdestructinlOseconds

open in the second Quarter as GREEN COVE GAME 5, Murphey 226.
they made hey steals and as Tuesday night's game, provedno G.C.Austin 4.4.12Evans3- GREEN COVE GAME
better for the luckless Tornadoes 0-6, Richardson 226Galn-
Bradford failed to convert It -
Tornado JV
free throws. At the half the as the Blue Devils ey 3-4-10, Smith 3-1-7. by Alphonso's basketballers 16 points ,and led !
Bulldogs led 40-23. rolled up their sixth conference Aaron
victory. TOTALS- Williams' 14, recorded
The third quarter proved no their
Bradford's free throw shoot- BUS 9-10-27, G.C. 15-11-41. fifth straight victory of
was better, however, as the ing in the Green Cove game the Reason in Green Cove

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Medicare Not Responsible> For Fee Increases Fain Sues Of Vets OwensIllinoisPlans Many Children May Be Missing Out On Benefits

Who Die In Service Ceremony A number of high school graduates 1. A child of a veteran who has educational benefits, providedthat
"Medicare la working well asks "medicare doesn't regu- charge will be paid. The reasonable Are Due Benefits. Near Lale Butler planning to attend college a total and permanent service- the child la between 18 and
and la helping the elderly live late the fees or even designate charge Is determinedfrom miss out on educa- connected disability 26 years of age. Dixon also
In dignity when Illness strikes," which doctor you consult," the record of each doc- Families of military person- tional may benefits under the CI 2. A child of a veteran who aid, there are even exceptions
says Ralph Fontana, field he points out. "Medicare does- tor for each particular service nel are advised to acquaint The 100 millionth pine seed- bill due to some misunderstand died of a service-connected to these age limits.
representative for the Social n't Interfere in any way between that he performed In past years, themselves with benefits which ling planted by Owens-Illinois ing, according to M.T. Dixon, disability or, Another area of misunderstanding -
Security Administration, who your doctor and you asMs and from the prevailing fees, may become available to them Inc. in Its continuing programto director of the State Division 3. A child of a veteran who developed when the
was recently reassigned to this patient. The fee chargedby charged by most doctors Inthe if their servicemen should die keep Florida and Georgia of Veterans Affairs. died of any cause while rated living parent, usually the mother -
county. your doctor is strictly between area. Mr. Fontana points woodlands green will be placedIn service
while in service. The fact that one parent la permanently or totally remarries and the children
"Medicare is generally being him and you." out that the doctor Is not bound M.T. Dixon of the Florida the ground near Lake Butler still living, makes some child- connected disabled. are legally adopted by their
accepted," Mr. Fontana said, Medicare does determine a by this "reasonable charge" Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday, Jan. 21, in ren think they do not qualify Many young people believe step-father, these chldren are
"but It Is also being blamed fee (called a "reasonable unless he has agreed to accept says that continuity of ceremonies attended by state as war orphans, Dixon says they are no longer children still eligible for benefit
for increase In doctors'fees. charge") for the purpose of filing assignment of the Medicare Income is of great Importance local and company officials. when actually there are three because they are married. Eligibility In any event, children orper-)
"But Is Medicare really to claims, and Mr. Fontana claim with payment to be to the family! when the ser- circumstances whereby a child Is not affected by mar- ents having some(question(a)as
blame for this?" Mr. Fontana states that no more than that made directly to him. viceman's steady Income and The ceremonies will be pre- be classified as a war or- riage according to Dixon. lie to eligibility should contact
.__ _. may
o.w "In the final analysis Medi- ceded by a tour of the com their
allowances suddenly terminatedue phan. These are: said, any child of a qualified nearest Veteran County
care Is nothing more than a to death.Assistance. pany's woodlands near Lake veteran is eligible for their Service Officer,
financing mechanism that will is available to Butler to show how the com- ____ il
GAINESVILLE allow every person over 65 such families from various pany manages Its operation
to purchase Medical insuranceat sources, Including a lump sum from the time the first seed-
I the lowest possible cost and gratuity, arears of pay and lings are planted until mature
to use that Insurance to pay proceeds of insurance, Dixon trees are harvested 25 or 30 CLOSE OUT
Business for the services of any physi- said, but In some Involved cas- ;years later.Commissioner.
Directory cian of his choice," Mr. Fon- es, It may require extra time of Agriculture''
tana said. before financial assistance can Doyle Conner will be afeatured
For t further Information about
be obtained! from the benefits. speaker at the ceremony,which Sale
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES any part of Medicare or social The local offices of the County will be attended by James A.
Bradford County resi-
; Service Officer, the Vet- Cobb, of Toledo Ohio, Owens-
dent are Invited to talkwith Mr.
erans Administration or the
Illinois Forest Products Division
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc. Fontana at the Civil Defense State Department of Veterans vice president and general .
Building each Monday and Affairs should be contacted
OLDSMOBILE: SEEDS-PLANTS 11:30 Thursday, between 9:45: and when applying for benefits Dix- manager, and other of primary top com.operation All Fall and WinterMerchandise

SALES SERVICE .Insecticide-Pet SuppUseFERTlL1ZERS a.m. on said. pany officials.
Fine Selection ., Vied Curs This is Mr. Fontana's third In filing claims, survivors
Taken Oa Cadlllae Trades assignment to Bradford County. should be sure to bring along O-I bought its first timber-
We Rent Fertilizer Spreiden Previous to this, her servedas and
ZMt N.W. Utb Ph. 178-3M1 the following vital records lands in the Southeast In 1938
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 178-447t Claims Supervisor !In the Information: Death certificate and planted Its first seedlings
Gainesville District Office and of deceased serviceman, birth during World War n. It now FROM
GLASS later was responsible for social certificates for each memberof millIon
plants approximately eight -
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA security matters in the the Immediate family, mar- trees a year, while harvesting -
Gulf Coast area, under the riage certificate, divorce or
only two million.
LIDDELL Gainesville Jurisdiction. doath certificate of previous 130 1/2 off

spouse, VA claims number (if The company now owns or
4. wheel drive and ears Glass Company previously issued), GI Insur- leases 489,607 acres of wood-
Sales Parts Service ance policy numbers, commer- land In ten Northeast Florida
ll'i a compliment, of torts, cial Insurance policies, and social Bradford,
Clean Used Toyotas "Glass For Every Purpose" counties, including
when the boss wears Sale Starts Thursday Morning!
your number.
1700 N. Main 378-1268 Store Fronts-(Mirrors security and six counties in Georgia.
.' Tub EnclasurSbowere coat home from the office Survivors are advised to a-
1 Furniture Tops Glass Replaced by mistake. But there' the vail themselves of the services O-I now owns or leases 489-
danger that he ma'y fed of the Florida Department of
VAR HEYL that anybody who can afford Veterans Affairs, or the County 607 acres in the Florida coun-
ties of Alachua, Bradford, Columbia Van H. Priest
that it Company
anything expensive
Lincoln: Mercury NEW LOCATION being overpaid. Service Officer in order Dixie, Putnam Marion,
1228 So. Main Gainesville receive a full range of coun- Hamilton. Levy Baker, and

ftO, N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; 1102lEN'S seling on benefits Union and the Georgia counties
3TM251 e[ of Lowndes, Coinch, Echols
Brooks, Cook and Lanier. w-
Ho eM.rearyCoufarCCIOIItlnPll&al t7 7th;.
= !\ WEAR
Of Be An

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!Mark BIRD

Cleanest Used Oars AvaJllablePenufv Griffon Suits
Arrow Shirt'-Florthelm, Shoe I I

Aelld.mvPOWELL'S .0 Formal l.udlcH Sportswear Rentals on .-ii.\ ; t THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK

yourINCOME t.
Beauty AcademyLearn OF STARKE

a Profession In Your MUSIC

Spare Time Pull or Part Time
219 NW. 10th. 378-2766 I rd
The "worm" in this case is ... .
BALDWIN likely to be an early re
ORGANS return, you'll know ANDit's _
ELECTRIC done right. Prepare STATE
your return NOW, for an
Motor Repair Co. early refund-or for the
time needed to budget
Of Gainesville, Inc.; O'vllle shopping Ctr. S72-S33 any additional, expense.<< L..LE UP .

Repairing Rewinding See H & R BLOCK. . ..... ",

New and Used I I II W. ,uaant.. accurate CUARANTCI : of .
MOVERS preparation ev ry tax return.
rata N. W. lath Ph.
372-32181 II wi mok. any anon that coot you any penalty or ,, '. ,
.1 Long. Distance-. Packing MovingStorage I | Internet we will pay that penalty or int.re.>. Iij IijBIR <>* ............

Farm and Industrial
Crating Shipping
Equipment Flee Estimates Can B31l.: CK'CO.AMERICA'SLARGEST DECEMBER 31, 1970


FORD Resources -
Farm Tractors tmplemanu pus m WALIlu.I.J.Op.n
PART SERVICE: Cash and Due from Bank $ 602,892.46
9 a.m. to a p.m.010".- Sal. PH 9942
4488) N. W. 6th 376-2548! Van Service, Inc.
GAINESVILLE FLA. NO APPOINTMENT NECEftARY U. S. Gov. and Other Securities 2,177,001.00
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle

372-1271 Loans and Discounts 1,997,525.46

ESTABLISHED 1904 Furniture and Fixtures 36,030.28

NOM. IYn NI.N/.0 Ca MT... Banking: House Owned 60,749.40

OuaGlJest Now When Every Dollar Counts,

Count The Dollars You Save TOTAL $4,874,198.60


Liabilities -
GIn cfieddlng

Buys DEPOSITS $4,369,302.33

Unearned Interest
39 inch
Badcockb QUILTED QUEEN :- '
HOLLYWOODBED ,., Capital Stock 100,000.00

Deluxe .. -. ;.. -..'.-- .""_
'Id-Ilorth.' ov
Childran. room Surplus -. 100,000.00

Undivided Profits

Reserve Account .

TOTAL $4,874,198.60

Every Bedding Puce is Guaranteed ol Badcock Sturdy Includes built: lnn for.ftpnn durbility| ,MiltrttB, th.i.. $49 95 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

To Give Satisfaction matching 8o< Stnnpleat''
Headboard Htrdwood I..*.
$10 Compare at $59.95 "Slarke's Friendly Bank"

MADE FACTORY IN OUR BY EXPERT OWN TRADE for sprung r.a IN Mill, ,n..Inn.Deluxe: Foam Bedding ACCOUNTS NOW INSURED TO $20,000.00

CRAFTSMEN Bo* Spfin: | on tha purchata Choice of:
of my Now Sat: ,
1.1,. Fern 1
Smooth edgo bord., + ; n

Reg. Price $49.95 Qeiiq ticking E. Simmons Chairman of Board
252 coils provide comfortable support Sd6br..nin' en 1 Norma Jean Martin Drive-in-Ttller
Vi" high.density, foam wnul.ung h Charley E. Johns President Marycille Bennett Head BookkeeperPete
taped edge border $ G. Felos Vice President
252 coil box spring 9t'S Barbara Mosley Bookkeeper
o RDOwNi B. G. Epps Exec. Vice-President Daisy Boch Bookkeeper

FACTORY ) :Margaret I. Miller Ass't V-P & Cashier Booby Faye Chaff, Bookkeeper

Remember William E. Tilley, Ass't Vice-President Estelle Minton, Bookkeeper

: Ray Norman, Ass't Cashier Brenda Black Bookkeeper
B F. Goodrich lint nullity Pmtoia Rub Jackie Loan Teller
baf rod In all Man i loam maltrataoiSar Motes Diann Thomas BookkeeperDot
Any Product It, Only as hih dantily rubbtr lu* loam uiao In Green Simmons Teller Sharon Bennett Secretary
Lui I loam and Quilt t loam m.tenn.a.Good Bonnie Murray Teller


Behind it We Give NARY I rOAM 19991 t99iS
| FOAM (FIRM) 19991 1119.91nUITUUrtOOKOVlimC

Service! H. H. Adtnu. M. D. >s. G. Eps Charley E. Joho 8. E. Slmmwu Leila S. Mu :r

"8J-I, 'wJJ-T-J R".JJ" IE Glabinh.d jcoch AED11 Q y fllec* fAmiANCISHOMI > E. M. Driaw Pete O. rtto. M. D. C. J.r.m. .John T. A. Yore, Jr. D. B. pagan

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= LATCHSTRING i Trailers Now Must Have TagMobile r

home owners must sued In the county where the have the property; assessed if1'
: NURSERYROUTE have a Florida license tag, trailer II located. the value would be more than M" >W t" w"
: either an RP or Mil ..rfe., Any mobile home which does $4,000 In excess of homestead race,
In 1971 under a new state law not have attached thereto an exemption. I
26 MFJLROSE, FLA. i in effect Tax Collector J.H. RP series plate Is subject to Prior to the new law It was
almost Impossible to enforce
Kelly says.Owners be taxed as a moving vehicle
and the owner must the tag law for trailers. Tag !
of trailers who also purchasean
the land which the "MH" series license plate. agents Investigating the lack y'y'e
own on ve-
I i ii Since they have of a tag on a trailer wouldbe .r > p:
hicle permanenly affixed and an option : W*,
Camelsas1.50 told It was assessed as
i iup have title to the trailer can owners Kelly points should out Investigate, mobile home and a homestead and would usually ,,., i
apply to the tax assessor and ."
i I have the property; assessed as decide which Is the most practical gent take will the owners now know word.the The trailer a- :,::( y 1rxww ,
real estate and quality for the and less expensive alter- must have a tag of one kind M w
: : $5,000 homestead exemption native. In general, he says, or the other.
In Florida. !It would be more expensive to

I Azaleas .50 I Ii estate Trailers under registered the assessor as real will Wage Reports New 1040 Form ,
| be assessor.Issued Upon a certificate presenting by the the Must Be Filed Have Been Mailed
To Floridians
certificate to the tax collector On Dom wiles .,\
the owner will be Issued >",.
i i for a $1 lee an "RP" series, Social Security wage reportson Pre-addressed 1040 forms for ,, ,.' ,
OTHER for real property; license plate domestic workers are beIng 1970 incomes have been mailed /
which will be permanent.The filed In greater numbers out to almost 2-1/2 million
certificate assessment these days, according to Ralph Florida taxpayers by the Internal -
i ORNAMENTALS ii as real property; must be Is- Fontana, field representative Revenue Service In Jack- .
for the Social Security Admin- sonville. _
istration, recently reassigned! The new forms reflect several i4
i i Welfare Pmym enl to this county. changes made by the Tax i I-
Tolal$19,729 Reform Act of 1969, includingthe
: Persons who have a maidor
: Visitors Welcome following:
In Decem her other domestic employeemust
I....................................... file quarterly reports if which A new low-income allowance from Today's woman enjoys new freedom *,
total cash wages amount to as saves many people In her home,as well as out in the world. '|
A total of 1,283 persons in much as $50 in a calendar paying Income tax and reducesthe
Bradford County received public quarter. This Is true even If tax for many others. This And part of what makes it possible! fa a jf
STORM DOOM assistance in the amountof only one person is employed.The allowance Is built into the optional It her morel
modem electric:living. gives
i j/or OaawL01N COST, $49,729 during December, employer Is required to tax tables so that no
ENCLOSURES according to figures releasedby withhold 4.4 per cent of the separate figuring is necessary. ,4A time and energy to develop her full potential,,,,
STORM WIMDOWSPORIH the Division of Family Services All personal exemptions are
match It with '
In Tallahassee. wages paid increased from $600 to $625 Electric reverse-cycle air conditioning!) ,heats
and send contributions -
equal anvnvt\
es Union County had 509 per- to the Internal Rev- for 1970. .i t in winter and cool In summer,so today's
A64 A r WON, o! sons receiving $20,248, and Returns are no longer required ,;.I
CMq.r"up.l.. Clay County reported l,283per- enue following Service the end during of each the month cal- from single persons with '-'A;; $}I \i' "' woman can choose her own indoor dimatew, .,
/, sons receiving $38,929 duringthe endar quarter.Mr. incomes under $1,700, or gen- ,+ She(feels better..achieves more.And so doesher ..i j
Baker County from married .
same period. erally persons
WIHoOW MATERIALS had 474 persons receiving Fontana says It Is not filing Jointly with incomes under ,;,'.", family.And being practical,she r
$16,541.The uncommon for a person who $2,300. These exemption ,, ,,, appreciates"reverse-cycle"as the key phrase
r JFLIXIHI/ SHATTIIMOOr.MADI IITTIt, LAST IONOIRWE Division of Family Ser has done domestic work to apply figures are Increased by $600if a -;
vices provided financial assistance for retirement benefits onlyto the individual or his spouseIs 5 ,.for economical year-round comfort. : .j
and services to 348,824 find that his record does 65 or older, and by an additional /: It',nice,being a woman..and electric|
aged, blind, and disabled per- not show the earnings that he $600 if both are 65 -."
sons, and iepcndont children or she Is actually entitled to. or older. I I living helps make it even more so. ,,>, j
totaling over$11 million in December When this happens the em- The optional tax tables have .,,,t ...............I.. U1;
contacted and therea.on ...." .
Is .
ployer been extended from $5,000 to :' "
".1;.,, .. .... .
often given for not reporting -- ""' -
The average monthly: grant: $10,000, eliminating the need '
was: aged,$53.771;blind,$68.78 Is ttt the employee for percentage tax computations '.!fJl.J'.
totally disabled, 67.07; depen- did not want the social security by many persons who do not
dent children, $23,87. deduction made from his itemize their deductions.The .
HAVE THE GENUINE: pay check. It Is compulsory, tax surcharge, which was
however, that such deductions: 10 per cent last year, was reduced ',", ,,,'
MAYBE ]IT WAS just the be made, Mr. Fontana said, to 5 per cent for the ., q:"; ."
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY confusion of the long New and when this is not done first half of 1970, and elimi- ., # '":: (:>': '
Year weekend, but we could the employer Is left with the nated altogether for the last ,..." ,: 4; .
swear we saw a pass thrownon full responsibility of payment. half of the year. This means :, I>f:{','.
215 E. Washington St. Phon. 964-5270 one network and caught on Including any penalty and interest the surcharge Is figured at ,. "
Stark, Flo. "
another with a penalty flag due.Complete. the average rate of 2.5 per :' f.r7
I down field on the third. Information on this, cent for the entire year of See your dealer or air conditioning contractor for the latest in central. : :,{
or any other feature of social ,"W h 0 I eo h ouse";or I individual I. ,-v:. .";:'''.. ', y",; y$,; : {<1
security reporting may be obtained 1970.Many more Florida taxpay- :. '" ;,: j't "Aj, ::
: .
by contacting Mr. Fon- era can now choose to have >"< >" .. ; ., ... >;
tana at the Civil Defense buildIng the Chamblee Service Centerof
each Monday and Thursday the Internal] Revenue Ser-
between 9:45: and 11:30: a.m. vice figure their tax for them.

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ClearanceStarting ci1st

Cotton Producers Association has a new

l l name: Gold I Kist.
AT 9:30 A. M.
It's a name already familiar to you,

-TLi.: : 7 and we've adopted it for very good


Over the years we've grown and
Save 1/41/3..1/2 & MoreThis
expanded our operations into many farm

products in addition to cotton.

+ Feed seed fertilizer

is a store wide clearance sale, when poultry, grain, pecans, swine, soybeans,

to name just a few.

Wilson's cleans house of odd lots, broken ..'' We've also been developing more

sizes & color ranges and manufacturer dis- and more consumer products under the

-=--'-' :: Gold Kist label.

continued styles, so shop early while selec- ; L So a name change is only natural.It .

tions are good Charge Everything on C. B. A. reflects our continuing efforts to

;:=: ;:. o 10 broaden our scope and help our

SHOPWILSON'S farmer members broaden theirs.

Through research into the means of producing better and

more profitable cash crops, through constructionof

processing facilities, and through expansion of our

OF' GAINESVILLE worldwide marketing facilities Gold Kist

works for you.

:;i Monday Saturday 930 A. M. 9 P. M.. Gold Kist -where you do business with yourself. '

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.. r "" JAN. 14 WED., JAN. 20 ;.

Iimil, 3 DOZ With" S7 30 o'Mori fi rchotr. t*< Cq
Interested In raising your
reading skill level? Need help .
to pass your written exam to Q. VaA.
'kL Lk4rp
renew your driver's license LL ,
this year? A better education
can often help raise your sal- ':. '
ary, or qualify you for a Job. '- c. .oL.
An basic-education course \T
for anyone with less than a /x:
ninth-grade education can be
started In Hampton here If as
many as six are enrolled. ]If
you're Interested, call me at yar
468-1160. l 'Fc I Mr
F#' t
George Saxon was takento SAVE
Bradford County; Hospital TLS \
Monday for treatment.Bob OD S'f O 22e
Underwood of Rlcon,Ga., srAMP9 i\
Is visiting here for two weeks
with Mrs. Louise Hogan at U.S. No. 1 REGULAR _
Hampton Lake, and with Ms
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Underwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van _
Zant of Zephyr Hills\ are the Potatoes I 1
parents of a son, Charles Jr. 1C
born November 26. Mrs. Van
Zant Is n former teacher at
Hampton elementary School.
Edward Saxon attended Gov- W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CHUCKROAST
ernor Reuben Askew's Inauguration -
In. Tallahassee on
Tuesday last week. As business
agent of the Carpenters Local
278 In Gainesville, he and business -

Ocala agent attended Kenneth In support Plttimn of of 4 ( J

Askew's labor.Golden viewpoint.EaglePassports toward organized 10 LBS. LB : :


Available AgainThe

Golden Eagle Passport-- Gr.\ BeefBacon 10-LBS.i:9'9. 3 $159 SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED WHOLE ((14-17 LB. AVG.)
good i'orm entry to designated ; $ : lBS SHANK HALF
pu'>l'.c! outdoor' recreation areas -
-- Is ajjln: on sale, by IB SSe
popular demlnd.i / HAMS BUTT HALF

i The passport,which now costs l8 6Se 49nt
\ holder to .iI/
$10, ad-nits the any ; "t' y
.area operated: ay the National SMOKED SLAB 39c try.. "'\
Park Service, the Bureau: : ofSport1 O O 0 0 ..
fisheries & Wildlife, the 7."':;.
Bureau of Land Management \Z: LB.c .
and the Forest Service.All ..

Steak 59c r- ,...'>-
revenue from sale of the Chuck LB '. '
annual permits Is deposited In .
the Land & Water Conservation -
fund: administered( by the a
of Interior's Bureau -
of Outdoor Recreation: ASTOR COOKING
Florida will realize more \than l .
$5 million from this fund for :
purchase< of outdoor recreation "BACONV
lands, making It one of the SAVE

nation.largest. state recipients In the 01 L 19e 4,9 .

Golden Eagle Passports can
be purchased by mall from ..
48-o>t.BOTTLE Quantity RigMr Rnn.r d
the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation : h.'., ., .f "" ,., to
810 New Walton Building ..,
Atlanta, Ga. 30303.

Passports will also be sold WO BEEF FRESH GOLDEN RIPE FRESH RIPfSteakettes

through\ field Federal offices agencies of participating and- . 'o'A?' 89C Oranges 5 .: 49c Bananas . IB10c Strawberries 3 PINTS $100

at Federal park and recreation PAN REDI'BREADED TASTE O'SEA YELLOW SNO WHITE

areas charging fees. Shrimp . JS KL : $279 Fish & Chips P75c Corn . 10 EARS 69C Cauliflower HEAD 39C


JticksonvlIIeBusiness Apple Juice ''is;1 :' 39C Egg Rolls . :-. 75C Cabbage 2 HE"'DS29c Apples . 5 eno59c

MINUTE MAIDOrange, ASTOR CHOPPED SPINACH LEAF SPINACH OR FRESH CRISP SUPERBRAND(cans )SAVE 38c limil, 6 w/17/ 50 a,mora piirckmi.leI cigi'

Juice 2 CANS99c Green Peas 5 FOR $100 Carrots . . I ILB SAG 10C Margarine 6 PRO ILS $100


Directory ., ,

__ SAVE $

Auto Parrish Sales and Motors Service Saltines I SoupsAvE4a I

SALES SERVICE s 2))_ 8 _

1-LB. 22 "' '' s' '
Always Good Vied Cars BOX MUSHROOM M ;. PH., ...."
fit Laura St. Ph. 358-5(54 f. I r ., ,...... 101/2-0. _


Electric Co., '

Electric. Serviced MotorsSold Repaired. A:Pmu DINNERS
Generator Starters Armature e'.
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2523
limn On.With, $7 50 or Mar Purchat E.eluding, Clga,.".. \.r ( s w"
pR1 a


ORGAN 40e ,,. -P-:: CHICKEN

29 _

3 LB. L : BEEF 4 11-01.SIZE


Roosevelt Mall-388-85 U Towels . 4 '125-CT..'ROLLS $1 1 Detergent. 4 ? ;: $1 Salad Dressing 3 :.s; $100 Apple 1 Juice 3 32'01. CANS $1

SAVE 47c HUNTS l''""'3..//,7.50 or mor.,ucho....eluding' eieor."... TROPICAl STRAWBERRY DEI MONTE CREST SAVE I I8c

WESTERN f STORE Catsup . 3 .nY:: $100 Preserves . 2Aot;I: 38C Green Peas 5 I Vi$1: : Toothpaste 2 TUBES $100

LITTLE DUDE ASTOR ALL GRINDS limit On.W/S7/ .SO or Mar Purchai.E
Coffee. . CAN I.LI '69C Peanut Butter 40"s. 98C Corn . . 5 itt $1 Peanuts t .Tr.; : 4 CANS' $100
Western Store

Western. Clothln_ Laauser- Coffee . . I IAA99c; Panty t Hose . PAIR 68C Green Beans 5 CANS $100 Facial I Tissue 5 PRCST $100 1
,.oodIo..sdl and Trailers
Chart oil Sharon Patty
tot 8. EArvwood SM-ltM
Jan. 14. 1971 TelcKMpli ".I e LI)

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I Life As It Was l Lived In 1900 i I

Irma From Th. Juit 1900 !lu".. Of Th.

BIG RATTLESNAKEWhile Bradford County Telegraph ly surprised to learn that they

returning from Lake snake must have been between Mr. and Mrs. N,T, Fitch.With were celebrating the china wed
Butler few
days ago T.F. ding of their host and
Hemmlngway killed giant rattlesnake seven and eight feet In lenrth. out apprising their friends of hostess.

near the dancing pavilion ANNIVERSARY the significance of the day to --
at New River long bridge. Tuesday marked the 204 anniversary them they Invited a small par-
Mr. Hemmlngway thinks the of the marriage of ty to spend the evening with PAYS TO ADVERTISESome
them The guests were greatEs -
time ago R.R. Cooper
of New River station lost his

horse. After all efforts to locate
d the animal had provedto
... be unavailing: an advertisement ,
G for Its return was placed tip V
..J" .- In the last Issue of the TELE
GRAPH Three days after publication 4 '

James Wilson, who
I If resides 14 miles from StarkeIn

j Clay County, called at our
office to say that the horse
s r ra
r;; had been taken up at his place ,
and that he would write Mr. ,
Cooper to call for It.

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Notice !Is hereby given (that r 1k
the partnership lately existing t ,lt1T t A ?

.,S .. between Dr. N.W. Francis and ,
W.A. Hutson, of the city of ,, !
Starke and State of Florida, ,h a w? ,,, ,E
under the firm name of Francis -

& Hutson. was dissolved
by mutual consent on the 4th
day of June, 1900.

Student In Recent
Holiday Entertainment
4 i Public notice Is hereby giv-
h' en that C.M.Spar kman and M.L. At Mama PrU.t'. Kindergarten "1

Johns doing business as C.M. .
Sparkman & Co. have filed
with the Board of County Commissioners -

ty. State of of Florida Bradford their Coun- J.S. Brown, EP Duncan Rod- S.B. Wilson and S.J. Kelley. with the utmost good will of requirements of the distinguished -
application man Jones, Claude Alvarez nearly it not quite all,, the educator and secure
for a permit to sell A.E. Wall, Miss Ollle Weeks PROFESSOR HERCULES patrons of the the
liquors wines and beer In e- school He is establishment of one of the
Miss Eva Truby, Mrs. D.J. The close of school last Fri an educator of rare ability and state's largest schools.

Our editorial i> county lectton and district state.PAINFULLY .No. 6 of said McLeod, and Miss Mary Giles. day marked A, Hercules'the close connection of Professor his life, as a citizen Is exemplary However this cannot be done

without the hearty cooperation
JUNE EXAMINATIONThe with the Bradford
-- County High of the patrons of the school and
June examination for public he SCHOOL PROSPECTS
School as announced several -
the citizens of the town generally -
school teachers has been weeks ago that he would BRIGHTENLast
BRUISED The school building! will
Point view Conductor Arch of the In session this week. There are not again accept the principalship. Monday was a bright have, to be repaired and enlarged -
of Kite
I J 30 white and two colored examinees. As Professor Hercules day In the school affairs of
A.S.R. & G, railway had his and these Improvements
guided the fortunes of the school Starke and Bradford County it '
will cent
right foot cost Fifty
verypelnfullybtvSeedThuroday money. per
Those taking the examination for a longer term of years the plans outlined reach a consignation -
morning while engaged of the money to be so expended -
were and there is
: than of his every
any predecessors
In the work of clearingup must come from the citizens -
let Grade-- E.R. Poppell] a partial review of his work indication that they will. On
a wrecked log train. The Misses Mary Hall. Cora Ses- will not be out of place )Just that day C.U. Peek, T.A.Knight, of Starke and vicinity,
wrecking crew was removing either as a contribution or> as
dan and E.S
and Olive Ray. here. Matthews, the com-
the logs from one of the mltte appointed by the citizens' the result of a sub-school district -
wrecked cars, and the end of tax, and It must be raised
2nd and 3rd Grades meeting held May 25th, presented -
ToolThe Samuel He has built the school up
a log swung around and caught quickly. The other 50 per cent
to school board the
Knight, J.A.J. Pinholater.Edith from an average attendance of
Mr. I Moore Omie Adklns J.C.: Ad- 130 for the first year he was project for securing Professor
weight and In with the
a stump. conformity long established -
Idns Carrie Reinohle, Retta In charge to 190 this year. J,M. Guilllams as principal of of
key to how the average citizen the U.S. Corps of Engineers. "Re Mansell Emma Futch Wm. In 1896 the County High School the Bradford County High one-haU of precedent the expenses paying of

may have a hand In stopping further fuse" is Interpreted under the act Poppell Janle Plnholster W.H. for teachers and advanced pupils School. building or Improving school

pollution of the nation's water resour- to include "all foreign substances andpollutants" LAWTEY GOSSIP Flayed Fannie Bessent, Balous had an attendance of 78. Several days ago the com property.It I

ces seems to be contained >In a little- other than municipal sew- EB ShIpman, our efficient Edwards Lewis Clio, Sarah Dukes, Jessie This school Important feature of the mittee received from Professor will be seen therefore
young station agent, was a visitor Clyatt, Mattie Taylor has grown so satisfactorily Guilllams a detailed statement that there Is work for

known Federal act which has been on from streets and in liquid everyone
age sewers to Starke Wednesday.The Beulah Clyatt Llllie Mao that the average attendance of the conditions under to do, and with such a
the books over 70 years. form. It provides for a maximum livery stable formerly thews, Lula Llddon, Florence reached 104 duringthe which he would take the school, splendid opportunity of secur-

fine of $2,500 for each Incident or owned by J.S. Bennett has Jones, Mlttle McMurry Alice term Just closed. and the result of the commit- ing for our town an Institution:
Known as the Kufuse Act of 1899 day of violation. changed hands and Is now owned Lewis, Ola Brooklns. Isabel The term of Mr. Hercules tee's conference with the school that cannot fail to benefit us
by S.B. Futch. Rosier and Beulah Knight here has been fruitful of good board Monday makes It possible in
the law prohibits anyone from depositing every line no one can -
Copt D.R. Edwards, our turpentine The colored examinees are results and he leaves the work for the school to meet the to be idle In the matter.
any refuse (waste) matter Individuals( who find industrial re-

Inthe nation's navigable waters or "fuse being discharged into'a navlga- a telephone operator from, is his erecting office ,ro"

any tributary to such waters unless', ? ble'waterway without'a Corps of Engineers here connecting his:1S11. With

he first has obtained a permit to do I* permit may inform the ap- one continuous wire. This Is

so. The law also states that any cit propriate U.S. attorney, whose dutyit a great Improvement and will Farmers Diary 11 11The

izen who provides sufficient Information is to prosecute all such offenders enable him to have his business I

about a violation of the statuteto The continually LadlesLnprovementSo.within reach. 1 is

bring about a conviction shall receive The Bass Anglers Sprotsman Society ciety has made a decided change first berries of the -.. - -.

halt of the resulting fine. of America Inc. has been probe tor the better !in the looks of were offered tor sale season on t' They got to talking about campaigning -

ing the pollution problem for the past our town. The streets have the highway In Lawtey last of around the county and

It may come as a surprise to learn two years and only recently discoveredthat been plowed and thrown up week at least, the first that on harrowing approaching experiences a house when Dear Mr. Matthews:
making them they
high and and
that the lawmakers of our nation were this old but potent bill Is a weapon other Improvements have dry,been we saw The berries are later would be challenged by a
than usual Just read about
"pollution conscious" as far back as that puts a means of action Into the going on all through ChIt town. of the early this freeze year, and because w fierce dog with[ a whole mouth- every crossroad your having story its

1899. hands of the ordinary citizen: and a Mrs. Dr. Todd, who Is president the prolonged dry spell but ful of sharp teeth. Roberts told school back in 1915.

means of curbing those who are pol- of the society deserves from now on many of the growers of an instance when he got It might be interesting to
Congressman Henry S. Reuss chair- luting our waters. great credit tor the work she will sell lets-than-market- out of his by car. after'being assured know that my mother,, who will

man of the Conservation and Natural has Our done. slzed pickings along the road- By Sam McGarvey dog wouldn't a woman bite, and that was her be 91 on February 6, was a
young people gatheredat
Resources Subcommittee of the House Members of the Society will be cow the parsonage Monday afternoon barring another freeze orothertrouble promptly attacked by the dog. School teacher In In the old Thomas
These two boards play a ma- 1902-03. It was one
Committee on Government Operations, ering every stream and river In the and played lawn tennis jor role In the affairs of the "I School in 1902-03. It was a

has assembled a kit for citizens interested country, taking notes of Industrial as long as daylight lasted county and we wish them and wouldn't thought bite you" said your dog one teacher school. A Mr. (Gunter -

In preventing pollution and dumping of refuse into navigable waters Then tea was served by the their leaders, a lot of luck and when, the Roberta protested was school superintendent I,

enhancing the quality of the Nation's The recent closing of 51,000 pleasant amiable hostess and a very During the past week we had In 1971. it, he added woman"Look repeated at- !In Bradford County at that time.
evening was passed a lot of rain heavy at times She grew up !in the New River ,
water through citizen-action aiding acres of fishing waters in the state himhe's
enforcement playing games and singing. and got me by the toot
a slow drizzle at others- community, went to school at
of the 1899 Refuse Act. of Alabama has alarmed not Just bass right now.
The monthly business meet- and the berries and the plantings The dog may be "man's best Smiley School and later movedto (
fishermen, but all citizens whether Ing of the Epworth League was of greens got all the moisture friend" as the saying goes Lake Butler to be near the
The 72-year-old law is a strong sportsmen or not. Listed on three held at Miss Hurt's Tuesday they need and then some but that does not hold true schools there; then lived with an

one. The term "refuse" had been affidavits already filed with U.S. Attorneys evening After the regular routine ]Indeed, one afternoon the ditches so tar as politicians are concerned uncle and aunt, the Ardel Cros I

broadly termed by the Supreme Courtto >in Montgomery, Mobile, and of business Miss Mar key. were full to overflowing and That was the conses- Hamilton said he bys, while attending high school '
went in
to Starke. She
seemed that that old demonproblem a met and marriedmy
who has held sue of opinion expressed !in 'I
include all foreign substances and Birmingham were 21 Alabama cities president since the Its position of of drainage was aboutto coffee break after the Jan. a 4 home to politic and skirted father Harmon Hazen while

pollutants Including solids chemicals who are dumping untreated refuse and announced resignation.organization rear up again. county commission meeting by around two big vicious dogs teaching In Thomas' school. She

oils and other liquid[ pollutants It 193 private companies. She expects In the near future Commissioners George Roberts his all right truck, but found on returning to is with me now and In good I

also prohibits anyone from placing on to make her home in Tennessee. Ralph Bryan Dave Shu- animals right in! the one of the health I
the bank of any navigable waterwayor Anyone interested in the material Mr. Josephs, the first ford and Zedra Hamilton, as He was told that the seat Yours sincerely I
tributary to such waterway any gathered by Congressman Reuss and vice president, Is acting president The ban on burning trash and well as by the new circuit used to having a ride dog was Carolyn SandolRt. ,
papers had already been lifted around 2. Box 194
until the court clerk, Gilbert( S, "Gib" "
material that could be washed into his committee may obtain it by writ- election of officers.next The regular and with good cause, for as Brown. and to make a long story short Lake Butler Fla.

the stream by storms or floods. Ing to the conservation &. Natural Resources Is In a very prosperous League con wet as everything was outside that's what he had to do. I

Subcommittee of the Com- dition. the problem no longer was In ,

With the ban on fishing in four mittee on Government Operations Ray- keeping a fire from spreading FARM AND NEW
but rather how to RANCHBy BOOKS
get one start
major streams of Alabama the Bass burn House Office Building, Room B-- ( LAKE BUTLER ed. All of which Is good news, I

Anglers Sprotsman Society of America 349C Washington D.C. 20505. West The passenger Bradford Metropolis trains )the as the ]last thing In the world George T. JluJt' ins AT THE LIBRARY
Inc. has filed affidavits in three Ala- J. "SW. road now run we want. woods fires. COUNTY AGENT I

bama federal court districts charging It is time that the public become through schedule
on time to e 1 If you have pecan trees and for two or three years. Cygort
214 manufacturers municipalities and fully aware of all the sources and the termlnous of the road at they are full of moss, this Is Is a systemic type; material. ADULT

businesses with violation of the Federal all the means at their disposal In the Newberry. Getting back to berries again a good month to spray or have It will be taken up through the Tender FICTIONHlegal (DeVlne) The

Refuse Act. continuing fight against pollution of Tuesday Sheriff, Denmark was in town we talked to Luther Hll- some spraying done. Moss control root system and penetrate out New Centurious (Wambau; h>

our nation's air and water resour- Tax Assessor W.J. Epperson Bard and learned that he has Is one of the practices Into the the branches and leavesof The Kissing Gouraml (Platt>

The 1899 statute prohibits the dump- ces. Pollution will undoubtedly get Is hard at work upon his tax about 12 acres set In fruit necessary In a good pecan production plant"Chemical The Inside-Out Heist (Reagan>

ing of "refuse" into the nation's navi- worse before It gets better and we're books. this year as compared about dormant program.period a During mixture this often to require companies are beginning The Cheetahs (Lyle-Smytiie);
25 acres last He said a pesticide
gable waters except under permit of going to need all the help we can get. W.B. Alexander, a popular he had cut back year.In his plant pounds of copper sulfata permit number for your pur- The Fourth Ledger Street(Uhnak East>(She'll Weldman Never }
merchants was Tuesday.At Intorvlewlngour. ing this season because of the (bluestone) in one hundred gallons chas... Some pesticides that Get (Off The Ground (Ser- t

o'clock Wednesday uncertainties: of the crop, and of water will do you a even poultry producers use require ling> The Drop Of A Hat (Fen-
morn the high coats Involved. Incidentally good Job. In spraying to Mil] permit number. We isong)) The
Ing the t fire alarm rang out In It have these Bloody At Noon
our town. The new cash store he .estimated that the moss very necessarythat permit applications (Beare); St". Thomas's Eve
of Zln Zelgler was the scene acreage In the county; satin ber- you have enough pressure at -our office It will take you OUbbert[ ).
The Bradford County of the fire, and what was yesterday rlesvthls season Is only about to do a good Job of thoroughly about two minutes to complete

TELEGRAPH a thriving business Is halt of what It has been In saturating the moss. the application. With the crop
:.... now a heap of ashes. Mr. Zelg.ler recent yarn Once you have moss under season Just ahead you will ADULT NON-FICTION
pretty good control you can probably need soil fumigants Radical Chic & Mau-Mailing
ESTABLISHED 1879 T* had, been who slept In the building e''. e spray any time during the year and other reetrlctedpeetlcides. The Flak Catchers (Wolfe}) The
frtm __ attending a party and when leaves are on the tree Get your permit before Wall Street Jungle Ney>; The

ffn BibU, before had retired the flr only* was about an hour Some of thogrowers switched by cutting the bluestone to six actually experience the need you Conquerors (Eckert); How To
discovered. pounds and adding two poundsof Many of Write And Deliver A Speech
He awoke, almost over to the production of greens you probably have or :
suffocated: lime to one hundred gal will have (Ott> The Breeding And Rear
which the need of
Cod's free costs far less, ties a better
MwaGFLORI gift Is the Life by smoke, and barely excaped: up lons of This
of the land for a shorter period, and water. Is what system tor keeping records. ing IJogs mythe\\ ).
Ages beatoned with his life. The
us building belonged
upon we calla 6-2-100 formula We have
a Farm Record
In Book
can bring more than $1,000
ESSA in Christ Jesus Lord. to Mr. Churchill Lawtey.
Af our an acre on a good market. Scale Insects are beginning that has been designed to give ADULT
23.) Right now, we are told, the to show on the leaves of some you a record that will nil all A Dictionary
S SAC TON AMATEUR THEATRICAL plantings of greens are In a camellia varieties. In the case the needs for reporting taxesor Religion

t As H> promised In the days "Among the Breakers" "10 so" condition,and the prices of these sucking type Insect any other Information you
when He walked l avery at the market are about an ounce of prevention Is sure might need. We have this Record -
iimonir men, Interesting drama In two
better than Book for JUVENILE
a pound of you. FICTION
average.The cure.
Chi'1st Jena Is with u,+ totl.iy acts will 1 be presented at the When temperatures between The next Feeder Pig Sale to Steady r *reddi (CbrbetU; A

II:. L. MATTHEWS EdltorFublMcrFoblblied when .we open our hearts t to Opera House In the nearfuture. e e e 60 and 80 degrees you may use be held at the Gainesville Market House Full Of Mice[ (Unk>; thefarv.lous
each Thursday aid catered as frmna4 Him (In faith and
dase Matter si IDs Pat Office at Stark, Florida when we Im'r Him n. I He liccl of the+ Ladles Aid.Society; two big agencies >In the time you may use Malathlon is a revision of the schedule Sebastian (Alexander)}; The Girl

trader Act ef March ii*, Hncrlflcinir: our *tfwitland | ercule&NsstMro Mrs. county; have reorganized and or Cygon. printed about three weeks ago. And The Goatherd Or TMs
3rd U7f.Sabscrtptloa aelf-indulgeuce at tiny rehearsals Dave Shuford Lawtey is headIng Once you have ..cale'under' These Feeder Pig Sales are And That And Thus And{ So
fa'rode gnat. 1 year' W.Wj Ovtsld token of the micrlnie: He Is being charge made. rapid progress county; commissionand control you can drench the also held in Live Oak Madison (Ness}; The Long Journey(Cor-
trade area I rear ".so made for us on the Cross Leading Rodney Hall cf Hampton Is soil well with a Cygon mixture Lake City and Ocala: We coran>}; The [
parts are taken
: by chairman of the school board. and scale should be controlled can give you the date for any Gerald'Pelican OJencMeYvTh; *

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.UUU.. u. as A4N. LAWTEYBy The atockholdler of Tn.
1'lIW' .''A"'III OK fi.omi>> Community state Bank at
..'t' 'A'UIII H.; *.W OK iommunity MRS. A.B.WHrI'EHEADSR.The Ht.rke. Htark.. Kl. will hold
D\latJi&II.: ... ..u.I.: .. lu.u r Elba Blaachard their' annual mUn..t the
I flanking> House of The Community
Cain. and due trumpbanka fitata Hunk of 0tark.

w u., .11.0..... I singing Youth Airs of Pine vention In Tampa) over the weekend atarke II.Kl 1971... at Thursday 1 nm. January

Yeaunt1rr a 1,44,408.69 CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise Level Church who went to Jacksonville He enjoyed the m&\8t1ngbut\ ttchalil71

CI bugauune PMIIIcal" of..t.t.. kad I'' Grace United Methodist: Sun- were called to Opp Ala. on last Thursday night to coming home his troubles real- -
ait* News
dtvalana' i.JOT.m day School 9:45: a.m. Worship Friday of last week on accountof sing at the revival of Bertar ly started. Ills car died, so I la Til. riml Cnrl KlaktllJoillrlxl
Other Loans 1. O.6t.oa, services 11 ajn. and 7:30: p.m. his rather having a heart Baptist Church were: Landa hope no one passed a dreary Clrratf .Of FtorUa 1.Aed _
Hank premise, I tln attack. He Thornton, Teal Thornton, Jan- hitch hiker on the road coming for" llr.rtfor Ca.tyCIet9
furniture and fl:. t MYF 6 D.nu Prayer m!* appears better and ArtloB c.'._ N' .. Hit
tore, and other a*. By Elizabeth Clvenn; Walker Wednesday 7:30: p.m. WSCS they returned on Sunday. et Alvarez, Gall WhItehead, from Tampa. Marlone Huaan Addla,,".
.els repreacntlna> ; met at the Church Tuesday Charlotte Whitehead Loretta The BUS Band, under Dean Plaintiff.v Arthur. IrvingAddl.on
Jr. D.'and.nt.lVoU.o
banks premises T.I7t.7l Training from the home evening of last week. Mrs. Waldo Starling, Linda Call Starling Cassels attended the Govern Of SaltYe' Properly
....1 Uatata: uwitod oth.rth..n reflects Sunday beginning; at 12:30.St. : Pringle of Wor- Cathy Susan
Starling Faulkner or's lnaugurationparad.InTal- TO: Arthur Irvinw Addlaon.
bank premises non In the eommun1 .Train James Church of Cod In thington was visiting her bro ..
Joan .r.
Other Aauets ._!5itiil;'!.I ing is very Important In every lIoUn.... Sunday School 10. Church of God: Sunday School ther-In-Iawand sister Mr.and Dyal Wanda Smith, Cym lahassee last Tuesday, Jan.5. You lOre hereby. notified that

TOTAL A.SSBTSZJDU49.: .HLlakllltlM walk of life and should begin Morning Worship 11 .m. First 10 a.m. Worship services 11 Mrs. Pierce Crews on Sundaj thin Marshman Jackson Nancy Thomas, They reported a good, wet time a"filed action aaalnat. for. you vlvum and ha.vou been are
: Reddish Buddy Dy Mrs. Hazel Sapp and Mrs Marjorie -
In the home where one hall) Sunday Pastor day 7:30: Sunday a.m. and 7:30: p.m.Family right afternoon. required to serve a copy of
7:30 al, Danny Ricks. Guy Stalnaker Wade drove buses for your written, d.r.".*.. If any
.. his first contact with Kumar Wednesday
>> "' deposits of latlTlduala. 1- Night Second Sunday Minion.ary
Berry Whitehead and band with to It. on the nlalntlf* attorney -
the of
Mr. Johnnie; a chaperones -
and group
If Is Mrs. Richard Bennett
partnerships, society. home training Day 3 Sunday afternoon., whose. name and adrtirwinM
''I'and corporation, H.722.7B9.I4 neglected It la a possibility; that Third Sunday Pastor Day 7:30! Highland Baptist: Sunday Jr. of Holly )Hill, and Mr. Kenny. flanrre, If Pierre. IO ..20.N .
savlnga dauualla and Mrs. Rev. John and Mrs. Strick Thought for this week: For Temple' Ave. Bterka, FnrIda
of Individual, our community will never advance Fourth School servicesU Jimmy Bennett oi ,
partner. Sunday regular church 9:45: Worship land Mrs. Vernie ThorntonJ this New Year Cod's JSOVI. and file the original -
ahlpe, and corporation in the direction that Cod day. The young people meet a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer* Ormond Beach attended the fun coming : I with the clerk of! the above
i eral Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whltehead perfect will nothing less, court Ijffor February .
.In.041.11 of Clifton Smith atyled on or
Deposits United State. Intended for us to go. Are you every Sunday 5. St. James I. meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. followed on Sunday accompanied thQ I nothing else. 1. 1971 : otherwlae a
Ooverment 6t.I7l.71 doing what God said do? Trainup forming a prayer Band for all by choir practice. and visited Mrs. Smith and group Judrfment, may. be entered
1).>>0.1t. of State. a child In the way In whichhe those who desire prayer in other relatives during the week- The only thing wrdrtg with against. you tor the relief demanded .
and polltloal In the ootnplalrvt or
w bd Lv leion. l.Ott.m.tl. should go, and when he Is their home. Tarry Service every end. our Youth Airs under the dir- petition
Certified and Ott car.' old he will not depart from Thursday night 8. Prayer ection of Bro. Strickland Is Wltnea mv hand. and the
Chock Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville don't So .ea> of aald' Court on. Oeoembrr -
1S.235.31 it. (Prov. 22:6): or do you wait service they sing enough come It& would be nice to arpariU
TOTAL, DEPOSTED every Friday night community was saddenedby 30. 1970.
3.463.S4J.J1 for y04fl Remember to get respect P.L. DInhlns during the week- are proud of this group except that 10 much good Inman D. OreenA
(It) Tutal time ..n4Ol'h" Starling. Clifton Smith and Mrs end. Mrs. Dinkins has been In'' of young boys and girls of newt Is bad for somebody. Clerk of Maid Court
you must carry respect MEMORIAL SERVICESA By Ilnulali !II. Moody
ln deposits Peach Crawford. All of the
liablllUoe I 'lfJm.g2: This should begin In the home memorial service In honor and Bradford County Hospital ford| Pine t Level. e e e A. Deputy CI
families have the sympathy 1.11
= I.T 4t
several weeks and Is Improving. We have had a whole week
with and their children. _
TOTAL parenta of the late Dr. Martin Luther) prayers of their friends.
i Liabilities --.ll1.tl.1 By: Reverend Leroy Davis King Jr. will be held Friday! Mr. and Mrs. Earnle New- of cloudy wet rainy weather

,night Jan. 15. at New Bethel Rev and Mrs. Carl D. Fink some of Theresa visited Mr. and It seemed so good coming In Tho Clrcailf Co.rt Of Brail.. In Ta Clrralt Court Of The
H&SEItVK: O* LOANS AND AMZ:::: home Monday p.m. from school ford Couatr. N* ,
Greater Allen Chapel
have announced the arrival of and Mrs. J.D. Clark on Sunday. orrls.a1'I..n. lahth: Juuttliil' Clrr.ill. OKlorl.ln
SlCCUltl; IlLflReeerve Alon o Lonnle
; for the to shine for'a .
for bud. debt loese Church, Rev C.E. Jenkins, Baptist Church at 7:30.: The a daughter Patricia Lynn on few sun The kids on us alit v*, Uebty Jean OuyalteNorrla. ; on loana (set up pur.. Pastor. Service schedule as public I Is Invited to attend. Rev December 21 In Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish hours. startedfeeling Det.nd..ntNotlo.. Of Action Ilamm. Plaintiffva.. .
auant to I Internal Ilevenue So
better. no matter .
follows: Senior Choir rehear- of Webster are spending sev- Nor. OUIa I'oarl Ha.mm lWfendanl.NUTICF. .
Servlr-o. Hullnit 27.87311 W.D. Dennis Is the speaker. Hospital in Gainesville. Tot Betty Jan Uoyalte
Total Reserves On Loane sal Tuesday night before the eral days with Mr. and Mrs. how dark and dreary our troubles the Whoa N..sldenus: la Unknown TO: Olllo 1-fK.rl OF llammAddreHa SUIT
And Seourltlee: H7.879.lt first and third Sunday Junior B.E. Reddish. Other visitors may be, there Is alwaysa I'tttfmiwn,..
Capital: Aece..teEQUtty CARNATION SOCIAL AND Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders You are notified that an ar.
Choir rehearsal each were Mrs. Jim Benson shining light some place if has been filed You era hereby notified thatan
capltnl. total gum Tuesday SAVINGS CLUB have returned after a two weeks and lion for divorce action for dUcrrt* hn> bern.
of Itema. It to 40 night before the second and The Carnation Social and Savings visit with their laughter, Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Edwards of we still hope and pray. avnlnut Co verve you. and a cop you vI are yourwruten required filed nvalnat you and you are
On sick .
bolow list this week
; CommontocK fourth Sunday. Services will Club will worship at Greater Pauline O'Toole In Los Angeles Gainesville during the weekend are Jemmll our Thornton Lucille UofMaoii.. If city whoseaddr.e. to It your required written to aprvr<...t'.n.< n...copy. If any of,
: ,
total begin with Sunday School at on lalntlft' Attorney It ; K" At-
parvalue Alien Chapel AM Church Calif. la P.O. Drawer. Siffl to on "or.n. Bhaw
Lowell Mrs Strickland, Mrs. .
$600,000.131o..hara 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Sunday at 6 All members atarke. Florida, on or before dle.syIse 149PIa'vnittii at.First
p.m. Jeff Davis of Callwhose, ,
la Cassels Tomlln-
antnorlaed Myers Mr. Young, and .the the
Union 13 1971>>
The choir will be February
a.m. are asked to be and Mrs. Dearl Bradleyand PO nnx lost Stnrk, Florida,
11.000 I IMo. please present Mr. spending a few days with Mr. son family and a lot more. criminal with., the Clerk. of this
held at 3 In Lake But- and file the original with the l
p.m. and time. and Mr. and Mrs. before aervlce onPlalntlff'e
on either
aharea son Court
out. and Mrs.
L.p. Rafuse. He II We have a Ladles prayer ImmedlUMy Clerk of the abovr.tvl.d Courton
ler at St. James AME Church. Attorney or
etandlna 12.000 Randal Bradley of Jacksonvillewere before. February 10
Mrs. Rafuse' uncle.Seaman group at the church every Sun- .. thereafter otherwise a or
Surplus 7:5.000 All women of the church are H71 otherwise a Jmlarmenlmay
DELL CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. visiting Mr and Mrs.R.L. will bo entered a alni
Undivided profit 1794869 day night at 6 which is reallya be untpre! .arntnnt, / you
alked to be Sun- Wilbur Waters and you demanded. Jn
please present the relief
Reserve. 11(1.221( 1TOTAL All members of Dell Chapter Bradley during the week- blessing to one who for for the relief demanded In the
to for the Women Waters after the Comiilatnt.Wiln..e
day organize I 168 asked Mrs. spendinga Comnlalnt.mtn
are to please end. Imhand and the
CAPITA ACCOUNTS attends so the Ladles who don'tcome .. hand nod. the
Day with Mr. and Mrs. H my
activity. few days title llta
meet Sunday, Jan. 24 at 4 p.m. sal of thin court .
:: 1,429.167.11TOTAL are really missing a big Neal of eald Court on 31 day
Ebenezer Baptist Church, James Waters, have gone to day of January, 1911. 1970.
In the Masonic Hall on 1 Harlan Smith and son Allan of December.
TJADfLTTlWhRESERVFM : Rev. Leroy Davis. Pastor.Service .. lee Street. Business of vital,' of Lakeland spent the weekend Hawaii where he expects to be blessing.Mr. CdtAL Ullburt) 8. Drown A* Clerk (SISAL)
CAPITAL Cassels leader of P preen
AND Inman
song '
ACCOUNTS 7.993.848 17 schedule: Importance. with Mr. and Mrs. oscar Car- stationed with the Navy for two Pine Level Church attended the -01 the Circuit. Court MvouyCasuty Aa Clerk .if Hul.l Court<
Monday night Bible Class at years. By ClerkM' By Virginia, L.ubY.
.....f.... 7:30. Tuesday night Senior' ter. Band Masters Association Con 1.11.7121.6 Deputy Clerk 1-J 41 7-28
:Average of total 0.. "MI 1'I' Or A""t'ALIIUJJ'rlo
Coslts' for the 15 Choir business was held. : Of MKMIIRNS.
calendar .":v. end- Thursday night (tonight)Prayer Of Klrat Federal S.vlne. A

Inn with call date 15.400.09 Meeting. Saturday night church LoAn tarke. Association Florida. Bald. of meotlna starke.
.\".rag. of total loan conference at 7 p.m. Sunday will.,, ba held at Ui. o tlc. ofthe FOOD FAR
for the 15 calendar uaoclatlon 199 Weat Mad- awu ,
morning Sunday School at 9:45:
tfaya ending with lean street at two o'clock In
call ante 1I. '4.OO 00I. Morning worship at 10:43: evening the afternoon on Wednesday.anuary :e.OtD
Ruth 8. John, Assistant worship at 7 p.m. with '0. 1B71
Cashier of the nbo\e named January s. 1ITI CNOICE FOOD
bank do solemnly mvvnr that the senior choir rendering song Ruby John. Secretary. ,
this report of condition I. true service. 1-7 It 111
and to the bent of
correct my Greater Bethlehem Free Will
knowledge and belief. !. The C...tr "...,,'. Ceart.A .
Baptist Rev
Correct AttestHuth S. Johnaa. Jasper ....... .. Court.Plorlda. .
I* PKCK.: J It. WillIam., Pastor Service >. 4 For. "
i: FA I R

8. J. E DenmarkDtreatoMj'I'.mll"onO. Schedule Choir rehearsal as follows Monday: Senior nightat Jnc.Rer. Katlt N. of Ara. S. MottUXMceaawl

tata of Flnrlde. 7 p.m. Tuesday night Choir Motloe' To Creditor

County of to Bradford and .,.b...rll..4 aetSworn "e- No. 2 and Ushers Board No.' of AU Ara credltora 13 MokLt,of deceased the Batata are I I i
fore m* nn this Xt'trlnv' of January. 2 will meet Wednesday night' hereby notified and required t>
1971 and I ,hereby certifythat Prayer Meeting.Thursday night file any claim or demands
I am not .an officer. or dl.trinr which they may. have analnetaald
nf this bank, the Ladles Circle will meet. eatata In the office of the
SEAt) Friday the Prayer Band will County Judge of Bradford
Virginia F. Darby, Notary Pub- County. Florida, In the courthouse
lie meet. Saturday dinners will be at. Starke.. Florida, with
My Commlaalon *plres July sold from the kitchen. Sunday la all: calendar ononitha from
I, na. the date of the first publication
School will
at Morn-
begin 9:30
: of this ....llc... furntahlMV
Ing Worship at 11 a.m. League a copy thereof. to R. A. Orn.8r. 1e

..It at 4 p.m. Evening Worship at .. P.O.. Box realdent 1201. Startta.agent..
-. 6 p.m. Dinners will be sold FIO..leI. claim my or demand moet i h hit
wrltlnet and must sate
I .,. the place. of residence. and poet:
office addreaa of the claimant
and must be awopn *o by the
olahnaat. Me agar or Jile attorney.
301 DRIVE IN I&o cordlne. or to It law will baoonw void mnotr aw firi W ivnrwr uw nut i IONUJ urrURE miiMr tow waflimrwr u* fi/al/ mnui u* n/cii v nrif rtjr uw men

January 11. 1971. w ,i sr :, ILTMORI ;;
R.A. Orenill. _
Show Begins At ftmtomiFRI. A araen Jr. Executor of. > PORK 1 1 CHUCK tai "" atlADV ,
the Estate of Are S. Moltt. de"r'lrat
BuWloatloa on January

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1 Dan W. Starling '<. ,, >, ," / .' ,<' '
Services Held r1l"J" V' 0, / 7', "." <, ', ," .', >W. ,.,
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Daniel Webster Starling. 70, : < -t-

of Lawtey,died Wednesday,Jan. 7 ',' /
Y 6, on arrival at Bradford County ,

J Hospital, following a linger- -
Ing Illness
Mr Starling was born In Mac-

of the late Mr. and Mrs Steve FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
He retired far- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. MISSIONU.S. : Sunday School 9:45 MornIng .
Starling. was a CHURCH OF CHRIST : a.m. -
Morning Worship II 301 North, behind Tastes BETHEL BAPTIST
a.m. Youth CHURCH!
and had served several Worship, 11
mer Sunday Bible 10 a.m. Youth
Service 6 p.m.Evening Frees Drive In, Sunday : a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
p7I ,Worship ;
years as a member and chair- Morning Worship and Communion Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
7 School 10
a.m. Worship Ser-
p.m. ing Worship 11
a.m. Evening
: ; 8
of the Bradford County Wednesday
man Service p.m.
a.m. Evening services -
Thursday night vice, 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Prayer Worship, 7:30
Prayer : Prayer
Meet- pm.
School Board. He was a member 6.Wednesday. : -Rev. Robert D, Burch
Ing 7:30 Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Meeting, 7:30
of the Primitive Baptist : p.m. : p.m.; Wednesday '
Ivy Luke Pastor Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Church. day.Leroy Olive, pastor, Et.:: 7 p.m. Minister Jack P, Bell. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (Grif-
his wife Fan-
.adj. Surviving are ,
Grirris, associate ns ).
nie Thompson Starling two
Starling : BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday9:45 a.m. Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning
Edwin and Doyle
sons,,all of Lawtey; one daughter -- 633 W, Pratt St. Sunday ser- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH MM.P.T.ON.C.HBISTIAN\ CHURCH-- School 11 a.m., Morning Worship Worship at 11. Training Union,
Musical Evangelists Perform Mrs. Alene Scott Gaines- vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn 6 p.m. Training Union 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.:
I 1"- ville three brothers Leon and Preaching, II a.m. Training Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
; ship Services II a.m. and 7 Worship, -James' Shaw 7:30. Rev. Don R.
God Steve Starling, both of Lawtey; Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship pastor Wednesday-: Prayer Ser : -
At Church Of .
Saturday Sunday and Sidney Starling, Raiford; 7 p.m. Everyone welcome ''p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- vices.Rev. Drawdy, Pastor.
four sisters Mrs. Geneva Mil -Elder A.G. Flynn, nester itev. Lacy (;o."ay pastor. Bob Cooper Pastor KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST "

Recording artists Bob and church and popular vocal groups liard and Mrs. Ethel Suber, CHURCH OF GOD CIIURCII OF GOD BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:30: ; Training f

Carol Champion, a husband and from an early age. Bob was a both of Lawtey; Mrs. Bell OF PROPHECY, BROOKER 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. BROOKER. FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH! Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor- (,
wife team who are dedicated nightclub entertainer before becoming Payne, Livingston, Fla., and Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School! 10 a.m. Worship llev Jim Temple pastor nday Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship I,
Effle Jacksonville
Mrs. ,
to the cause of promoting evan- a Christian. Also Ogilvie surviving, 11- Ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo- Services II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: !
gelism through the medium of Carol plays the organ, Bob and are ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange- -Rev. Y.W. Kidd pastor tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship 1 p.m.; Wed. Pray Wednesday.
music, will be appearing at the saxophone and they sing grandchildren eight great listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas er Meeting and Bible Study 7 Pastor Rev. Robert West.

the Church of God, 422 N. both solo and duets. They are grandchildren.Funeral services held Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on Book of Psalms NEW
SU Clair St.. on Saturday and unique thoroughly polished and at 230 Friday at the Come and worship with us. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH II a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw G.F. 'Prevail, pastor. Everyone Sunday 10
p.m. School MornIng
Sunday Jan. 16-17, at 7:30: p.m. provide an unforgettable spir- graveside in Crosby Lake Cem- Bobby Harris, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- music director. Welcome. Worship, 11 a.m.a.m.Training-
Both from musical itual experience In Inspirational -
come strong Ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7
etery with Elder O.M.: Yarbo- p.m. Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
backgrounds.C.rol has music. Plan now to hear
sung Fred Johns
and played piano for various them. The public Is Invited. rough officiating Interment was GREATER BETHLEHEM pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH! 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
under the direction of DeWitt
FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH{ { 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
C. Jones Funeral Home HIGHWAY 18 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L Parker/ pastor.
Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.Morning 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45 ...
Servlce811eld Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday EVERGREEN BAPTIST Worship IJ, Training Union, I a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
Clarence Saucer Clifton Smith School, 9:30: ; Morning Worship Highway 125, North west of Law 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: 'Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mornng -
For !Mrs.\ DallyIn Services HeldIn 11; Luague, 4 p.m Night Service. tey, Sunday School, 10 a.m.MornIng Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.Rev. : J P.m. Worship, II. Training Union
Services Held 6 p.m. --Itev.! Jasper WUUamt
Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night L. Tommy Howe pastor -J.C. Brown minister
Jack aonville' Jones Chapel pastor. !:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.:
In Jones ChapelClifton Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, 7:30
: p.m.Rev..
Mrs. Mary M. Dally,53. died CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Thursday, Jan. 7, in a Jack- Clarence Gray Saucer 44, FIRST UNITED METHODIST Albert Knight: pastor OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
sonville hospital after a brief of Starke died Tuesday, Jan. Smith, 58, of Law- STARKE 1404 E. Besscnt Road TOPE BAPTBT.CHURCII PINE LEVEL:: BAPTIST
illness. She was a native of 5, upon arrival at Bradford tey died Friday morning on Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH SundayPriesthood 8:30 Ollghway 100 at Theressa) Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn.
Jefferson City, Mu. and tad County Hospital after a sudden arrival at Bradford County Hospital Worship, II; Junior and Senior Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.: sacra-a.m. Sunday School- a.m., MornIng ing Worship, II a.m. Pre-
lived in Jacksonville most of illness. after a sudden Illness. lie MYF groups 6 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.i.; Eve ment, 6 p.m. Worship- a.m.; Training Services (Booster Band, Young
was born In Smuaks, S.C. on Union- 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship People, and Prayer Service), 6
her life. WednesdayYouth Choir Re ning Worship, 7:30: p"m.; Mid MondayMia 7:30 ;
Mrs. Dally was a graduateof Mr. Saucer was born in Holllster Dec. 14, 1912, the son of the hearsal. 7p.m. Prayer Meeting week Bible Study, Wednesday, TuesdayPrimary p.m.4:30 7:15 p.m.Wednesday p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.
the Manhattan, Kansas UnI- Fla. on March 29, 1926. late L.C. and Calamine Strick- 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, 1:30: p.m. WednesdayRelief : p.m. Night Prayer Ser- Midweek Service, Wednesday,
versity where she majored: In He was a heavy equipment me- land Smith lie was employed 7:45.: Be In church Sunday. i, 7:30: p.m. Society, vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland,
home economics. She taught chanic and a member of the as a correctional officer at Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor Jesse D. Branson, Branch J Packham pastor Pastor.
the Florida State Prison and
several years In the public Presbyterian Church. -DeWitt T. Farabe Jr. President.
Surviving are his wife, Leona; was a member the Baptist
schools' of Starke, as well as .. .
Jane Church. ----e a S e e- -- .
Jacksonville. two daughters, Janice and r-------- -- -------- -

Surviving are her mother, Saucer; and two sons, Terry Surviving is his wife, PaulIne LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ..__# .......' .
and Larry Saucer, all of Starke. Bennett Smith, of Lawtey; :? ,
Mrs. Muriel Marron twodaughters :
; one daughter, Mrs. Patricia Sunday School 9:45a.m.: ; Mor- j 1 il; .44 -....-': t
Mrs. John Bar bee.
Hllliard brother La- ning Worship II a.m.; Youth -
Aspen, ('010., and Mr*. Steve Funeral services were held Dye ; one Service 6 Evening Wor- : DOOROPENERS
Smith San p.m.;
Billing, Deerfleld Beach Fla.; at 10 a.m. Thursday In Jones mar Calif. two sisters, Bernadino Mrs. Oleta ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. I 1" :
one sister and three brothers Memorial Chapel with Rev.Robert = I
Goodwin of Smoaks S.C. and Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Requlm Mass for Mrs. DailY Bruch officiating: Inter I
was celebrated at 10 a.m. Sat- ment was In Crosby Lake Cem- Mrs. Hazel Baldwin, Green p.m.Rev. II
W.B. Chauncey
Pine, S.C, and two grandchil pastor. I :
urday In St. Pdul's Catholic etery under direction of DeWittC. dren. I
Church, Jacksonville. inter- Jones Funeral Home. NOHTIISIDE BAPTIST .,
Funeral services
were held
ment was In Oaklawn Cemetery.
at 2 p.m. Sunday: in Jones Me- CHURCH Key and churches are door openers. In both c I j
morial Chapel with Rev.Tommy Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: :>; I 1
Howe officiating Interment Sunday School, 11. Sunday Evening ctutew, each require you to put forth some effort. -- I

City Fish_ & Meat In Evergreen Cemetery under Worship 6 p.m. Training I The key you must Insert in the lock unit turn. ,
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Union, 7:30.
Funeral Home. ThursdayTeachers and Officers I Our Lord made the way to heaven even easier, ,

Market Meeting 7:30.Edward Meeting: 8:30.: Prayer I .!, for all that you have to do U present yourself ,

CHRISTIAN C. Harvey, pastor. I "'y+.,.. and "IwlieveI. = A

1\111, E.': ItlUWl.EE HT. "H. 961.8O7 ., DIMENSION ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I. : ""'",. /ny u>art ait' u* sand\ tlii-nugli";' faith; and =- A,
"I -
bi CHURCH, STARKE t I ti' Hint" not of uauiiu'lr' ,/ : it in the' gift of God: = ,

Ernest and Opal Allen "God Is Our Strength"This Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rdSundays .Vat, l of II'II'kH.t, / anu man'' nhould/ boautt' For === I
11 a.m. Morning Prayer t )r
is God's world and we 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. 1 ; (1 /HT are hit; icorkmaaiiliip/, treated in CltnxtIt ,

U. S. GOOD FULL CUT: can set no limits to what God ,T John M. Flyrei, Rector. ,,n* unto flmod ,,'o'kH. irliieh I Gixl hath /htforeunlciiiii'il =- t
can do In His own world. God
Round Steakor can use even the wrath of men I : '. ; t""t1"/ xliuuld/ ii-alb ;in them./ -- A

Rib Steak lb. 89c to praise Htm. He can use the PINEIIILL CONGREGATIONAL r =- ,
weakest of his Instruments METHODIST people like you and me, so that Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I :, ....a&','TtfFq'' = .
Chuck Steak one becomes strong in the powerof Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- === ,
Ills might. Thus the Chris- vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, '
Roast lb. 59c .
or '
tian, while he may not know, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night Prayer II' :
while he may not be able to Meeting, 7:30: p.m. I i i i -=_-
FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER see what la ahead does not Rev. Neal Starling, pastor 1 ? -
lose his confidence. r t' f: ,
3 Ibs $1.59 "God is our .strength, AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH\ { jt "I .MId. .. ...i..f In 'hl"l, _

.therefore will not we fear... Sunday School 10 a.m.;Morn- .. "IM" ....1Htt ", an. I... tVJ == A,
FRESH though the mountains be car- ing Worship 11 a.m.; Evening .Ml.. .WMnc'fW IMfl tt t....* .:j = A
; that.. .U.. 1, tevi.* hit. ...._ Wtitwtri, !Wtt -_
BOSTON BUTTS - lb. 49c ried Into the midst of the sea." Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer I to *| ,
.. I.( .. .I! 6..d., ......
Psalms 46:1-2.!: The supreme Meeting and Bible Study, 'IM fitvnrfiftt' "Hw" M f da..I = ,
CENTER CUT example of how a mountain is 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng | ::: .r ..dol, .f way d* Nft will' l.flf l;1 ==
carried into (the midst of the every Monday, 7 p.m. t, 'A' pn..n ..... 1M. .6"1.,11 .I.le .. n//Ii = I
PORK CHOPS . Ib. 79c ... ....
sea is to be seen in the Grand G.F. Prevail pastor. Everyone ill tow will' ifwvttatlv ,.itli ". tV. ==
Canyon like the breaking of Welcome. .:t ,lr m.wrfHh e..m.9.! .....*..."./.I.....I ::i = ,
the rock; freezIng I 'A IM.' Ohirtll for H.. .....d f ttrt ..II... .1! hint* 'A'
by alternate
FRESH CEDAR KEY FISH and melting of the waterin t ..II'n4 hit .family. ..,.nJ., ""ttwl ........, tCD! == A,

the crevices, giving place ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC I 11 ;;C .wry. p" .6wU, gMld, ... ,.rtt",.. I. i i"j I
We Cleam-'em for seed to lodge and take root. CHURCH, STARKE I'ti .. Chwih b...... II ttlti "Hit" t"0, =
God is our strength through Father James Cregan, pastor. I _I nit His Son, Jesus Christ. the gen- Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday I ,;c ..... will HI KM "Ir.. .I. Hit .. ,dole" tl ; i I
tle savior. By his quiet and Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass .I I Iw

r F1:1:11:1:1:1:1:1ij:1:1:11j::;:::::::::::;;:: 11:1Hj1j1j;:; 111 1ff::111j1j@mf:1111jm11M1iWHi11l1jf:11111111f:11j1mmm;;:; ; ;: : ; : dous powerful things touch have many been tremen-done.It 7. p.m.ConCe..lonsSaturday, 6 I !.Waa.FPa wr.QP. .
1i1:;;; "PRE-PACKAGED SSI has been written of being I I -
... OPINIONS"m :;;:=
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...:..:...: "humbly prostrate before the p.m.School of Religion: .It
:1m111!;!;: We have been accustomed to buying pre-packaged goodsS'3; ; vast display of God's power." Grade School-- Sunday, 11 I .
:::;;::::: to the extent; that we have acquired the bad habit of buy- ::&;::: Perhaps as we live each day a.m. to 12 noon ----- --- -___ _ _____ ___ __
::;;::;:: Ing The we can look around us and seethe High SchoolWednesday 7
: : pre-packaged opinions. following will show what;::::?:;::?;::
iff* we mean: :;: power and strength of God to 8 p.m
:&: P! perhaps stand on the edge of STARKE "66"

;:;&::: "Daddy, who are the Birchers-"Why, son, they are m11 Grand Canyon and look upon ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC FLORIDA
:jgjlj;:: the worst people In the country. Everybody knows that."isS:::;: mountains and become "hum CHURCHMACCLENNY Q1Ql1..r SERVICE
.:... bly prostrate." Or In quite Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy :11t1::: "Are they the ones who burn the flag and their draft Sj%:;!t; meditation we shall see God Day Mass. 5:30: p.m.MADISON Offi ffi? \. Bill Edwards", Ph. 964-7231
:;::; cards"No.." :;:g: working In the affairs of nations
::: and of men; then, we may c:> ONTROLa
: ::::::;: ,
.....:..+: "Carry the Viet Cong flag, pictures of Mao, Castro andr??:;:; :! see our strength and bow in STREET w;_' Adjusting
:::::f;$::?;: other Communist?" -"No." fi 8:;: reverence. Before the-gentle, BAPTIST CHURCH OtLMws' 10.
Christ stand in
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: Sunday Jan 17-- Sunday Brake Service
gj:::|!:: "Do they run to Canada to escape being soldiers?" -"No." %:$ awe.J.C.. Brown, Jr. Minister School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111

;f1 11, Training Union, 6:15: p.m. Wheel Balance and
K;:;:; "Do they go to Cuba to cut sugar cane, and learn to be j@! First Christian Church WMU Prayer Circle 7:15Eve-; ; Call St. Starke Fla.
:: 33D! E. -
:::: '
guerrllas-"No. :|:;::
gig 1: ; ning Worship, 7:30.: 24-IIR. WRECKER SERVICE I I'
||:::j:|:: "Do they sell dope and dirty; book to kids?" -"No'W" :: ;::;:: GLOVERELECTRIC tice MondayYouth, 7 P.m. Choir Prac- Hiway 301 and 100 Phone 961-5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE

%::&:: "Do they make movies I can't see?" -"No." ::1%:%: Girls Tuesdayr.Uulon In Action Ac teens Friends, 330; <10 S. Temple Starke Inspections and Estimates AU Minor Repairs

%ti Siii:: RA's. 6 p.m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
(% "Sell stuff to the Communist which help to kill our :1:1!:&:; Complete Repair WednesdayFamilY Night

|!:|;} soldier.?" -"No." :11t1: : Service Supper 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting,
&: : .: .: 7:30: Church Choir Practice,
::; "Oh, I know, they must be the ones who riot, burn and i:;.;::::::|: WIRING.HEATING 8:30.: ; STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD
:::;;?: throw fire boobs?" -"No. fffi::::) AIR CONDITIONING -Denton Sumrall Pastor

:::: gfy;;::: 24 HOURS SUPPLIES Inc. ABSTRACT CO.
:y:q "Do they say '?0d !" dead'' and want prayer kept out :ij:::;:: and Market
f:?:;::, of school?" =No. S'::::::: 964-8335 NEW RIVER BAPTIST
I:!::: :::: ASSOCIATIONNew Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better Service For Your
:: ""Do they want to overthrow our government-"No no." ?r: I
m:::::: : :;;) BRIDESRegistered River Baptist Association Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems
-::;:: ",yell, Daddy If they don't do any of the thing that ;:;:; I WMU quarterly meeting Jack and Edwards
ig made you mad why do you hats' them?" j:;f At is scheduled for Thursday.Jan Sporting Goods Abstracts

ti BULLINGTON'SJANUARY uary 21, at Bayless Highway U. S. 301 South Starke Title Insurance
|: "Well. Junior, It's Ilk this. It's plain to see everybody t Baptist Church at 9:30: a.m. "Check With Us First"

if-A:;: kncjffs, I just explained, hrumph hrumph. maybe you better An Information session on PHONE 964.5312 158V., Call Ph. 964-6881
ft.:::::1.:: CO outside and play. When you get a little older you will :j local mission action 1 Is planned 219 Washington St. 961-5270; .
&:-:%:: understand." f.::=:. Mice Sue Douarlaa for the P1'Orartwith a panelof -
o-.a speakers. AH women are invited -

: "Okay, Daddy. I'll go, but how old do I have to get?" t BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY to attend"DERA8E CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

%::: If you feel that you.an old enough to know about them Owned Those 'We
; By Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Member. Live letter
r:; John 'Birch'Society:( write' to Post'OfTTci Box 247. Starke.' %r f TYPEWRITER ,

;::: Florida. ? Gifts The Bride Will PAPER Mlnee Pmp r. 1JcI n4 Electrically"-Keystone. Heights Phone 473-4911

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[ HEIGHTS- --- MELROSE J=j jI Nine SuspendedFor Drug Students Use 'Status Quo' Reigns Supreme '

As Council
Nine Orange Park School stu Starts New YearIn

F dents, accused of taking drugs,
< have been suspended for ten
Keystone Hilites ;.' days and placed on probationfor a contented mood, car- for cleanup: the senior women's lines plowed, and control burn-
the remainder of the school ried over from the "non-elect- Club Is having an Arbor Day Ing done by the Sportsmen's
I term. The action was taken at ion" city: election not held In ceremony and tree-planting Club supervised by the forester -
a recent special meeting of the December, the Keystone Friday, and plans to clean Azalea as planned In the tree-
By JIM FOX rn Clay County school board. Heights city: council Tuesday Park before then, requesting farming program already
Please Phone in Your Items 473-414& The students drew the sus night re-elected Everett Fox city help In removing the adopted for the airport.
pension-probation penalty for chairman for the new year trash; the garden club plansa Nightingale Avenue and its
taking tulnal (sleeping pills) and voted to keep committee city cleanup In March, but culvert problem was Inspected
WOMAN'S CLUB Day ceremony on Friday, Jan. 1 'Ele'1' during class. chairmen and city: officials the requested city enforcing: of by a county engineer recent-
The Woman's Club will spon- 15 at the Keystone Public Library Clay County School Supt.Jesse same. merchants' back-door cleanup ly, and It may cost up to $1,000
sor a spaghetti supper on Saturday at 10 a.m. Tynes said if they should Helping the general air of downtown to correct and prevent erosion,
Jan. 23 from 5:30 to {+ become Involved In any such Incident satisfaction at the meeting, wasa On February 19, 17 area Wo Huntley Redfearn Jr. reported
7:30 p.m. The menu will be all HERE N' THERE --x during the remainder of report on the traffic light men's Clubs will meet In Key- Fedfeam and Joy Baker attend
Italian, Joe Petrock's famous Mrs. Lena Clemens Is the the school term they will be recently Installed at the Intersection stone Heights for a Fine Arts ed last month's County Com-
spaghetti with special meat and proud grandmother of a baby suspended immediately on the of Highways 100 and Festival, and the women said mission meeting asking for help
sauce will be served with salad girl bom to her son and his probation penalty Invoked by 21, alternately requested by the they would like the city: cleanedup with the problem and hope the
and dessert. wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen the board. city and promised and post- for that event. The council county may cooperate on it."
Tickets will be sold outsidethe of North Troy, New York- Students accused of selling poned by the Department of and Mayor Kay Starnes agreedto Ownership and responsibility
post office building several Little Julie Marie was born on the drugs drew an even stiffer Transportation since last May. back their request for keep- the section of !Nightingale; out-
mornings In advance and also December 10. penalty. They were asked by The double-light Installation Is Ing alleys and downtown areas side the city limits Is in doubt,
will be avllable from club mem- the board to voluntarily with- tripped by cars on either high- clean. and the council voted to have
bers. Tickets $1.92 plus .08 Colonel and Mrs. Nicholas 1 draw from school. way, and a walk-light operatedby The airport hangar lease has Attorney Tolles reasearch for
tax ($2.00.Hostesses. Benlnati of Merritt Island,were .f Tynes said this will enable push-button and the railroad not yet been finally approved, title to the property.
for the supper: weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. them to enroll In any other crossing signal are in- and airport chairman Roy L. Auditor Neil Tucker attended -
Mrs. A. QuagUano, Mrs. A. Fred Wiles of Clover Lane, school except public schools cluded. Watkins said the delay was for the meeting and reported

Ketch, Mrs. N. Crayson, Mrs. Keystone.Mr. controlled by the Clay County Nelson's Point residents were more definite specifications on financial situation of the cityin

H. Tracy, Mrs. J. Hanson and and Mrs. E.P. Wright school board.In mollified with recent developments the building foundation. Clark order. Ills audit was accepted. -
Mrs. W. Keeth. have returned from v + other business at the meet- since a DOT engineer Construction Co. of Ocala, low .
a visit with b Ing, the board re-elected Dr. the bidder for the has submitted
their daughters In Texas. I Inspected turnoff from High project, Paving a parking area along-
DRIVING SEMINARThe Robert Patterson, of Green way 21 and said a strip five more complete specifications side the postofflce was dis-
Woman's Division of Mrs. William Ltnebeck, the I' Cove Springs as chairman,and or six feet wide, and Including to the architect and cussed, and Col. Harold Ash-
Gainesville Alachua County former Carol Gradner, who I t a I Richard T. Lovorn of Keystone a taper on both sides,wouldbe as soon as he approves them, ley, owner of the building, has
Citizens Safety Council In cooperation a Technological Instructor IS'' .4 Heights as vice chairman. paved on SR right-of-way the council may have a special written the council he would pay
with Alachua County Klngsport Hospital In Klngsport ,..,..'; as soon as a macadam truck meeting to approve the lease. $194.40 for paving a 58 x 17
Horn croakers Council will sponsor Term underwent (:: was In the area. One street They also discussed the need foot piece if the council would
a Woman's Driving Seminaron surgery last week. Her fam- t" Clay Schools light has already been InstalledIn for a performance bond recommended pay $185.60 for paving the
Monday, Jan. 25 at the Holiday ily, Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Gardner the section, and another will by both the archi- 58 x 8 foot strip on orooertv
Inn on Rt. 1-75 and State went up over the weekendand .!II.I ._ Will Expel be put up between the Livingston tect and city attorney Fremont belonging to the city.!; The council -
Road 26 in Gainesville:' have returned leaving Mrs. and Watkins homes. Tolles. approved on the grounds the
The Seminar wll I be held Gardner to help her daughterfor I Dope UsersIn Eleven visitors at the meetIng The council authorized the postoffice was a public building
from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bea a few days. Rothhammer The marriage of Miss Carol Dublin last year. During 1960- brought several: .requests airport committee to have fire used by all people in Keystone
Mr. Robert
63 he served In the U.S. Ar-
for lunch
guest chargefor and that postofflce officials be
seminar or lunch. This will Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Samuel Lackey was performedat my, spending a tour of duty a unanimous action the notified that the city was pay
be an Important meeting and Starnes attended the funeral 10:30 a.m. Sunday January in Turkey. tie is the son of Clay County school board has ing that
part, so postofflce ren-
of Dr. L.H. Griffin of Clax- 10, In Weatherford, Oklahome.The the late Mr. and
as club Mrs. Vin- voted to expell student Scores
convicted -
we urge many mem- any tal would not rise correspond-
bers as possible to attend. Reservations ton, Ga. who died on Jan. 10. Rev. Neyland Hester, assistant cent Lackey of Tulsa. of possession or sale Keystone ingly.
must be made In Dr. Griffin was the father of to the Chancellor at Mrs. Lackey is the sister of of narcotics. Introducing the city
Mrs. Milton Starnes of Pensa- the University of Arkansas at Mrs. Virgle Rowe and Mrs. The action year.
advance call 376-0305 or was taken at the Mayor Starnes called the coun-
phone Mrs. E. Voyles 5-4022. cola. wedding Little Rock was ,held officiated.In "The The Y Mr.Tom Chamblee of Melrose and request of School Superintendent Guard Butch Bleasdale 1 1 quick 12.4 first quarter lead and cil a dedicated group of officials -

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whartonwere Chapel" on the campus of Southwestern Gainesville.The Glynn. Rothhammer of Jesse Tynes who said, pumped In 19 points and Bobby then outscored the Lions In who try to keep the city
RUBELLA PROGRAM "We must protect the major-
a fine place in which to
In Orlando the week- State College.The Hurncr added another 17 as every quarter but the third. live.
There will be an Immunization couple will reside at ity of students In our school He said the city, in operation
offered on Friday end for a Mayflower OperatorsVan 718 North Indiana St., Weaford- system from coming Into con- Keystone Heights roared to its Next for Keystone Heights is a since
program 1924 was outstanding for
bride of
Expediting, Inc. meetingof wore a gown ford, Oklahoma 73096. The second victory !In five starts Friday night encounter with Bell
i Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. white polyester with empire tact drugs. its lack of pollution, Its lakesof
Agents from all over the groom is employed as assist- here Tuesday night by downing at Bell.
at the Keystone School gym, lines. The fabric of small wov- After some discussion on the beauty and the many fine
I for children ages one to 10 state. Forty; one from Pensa- en blossoms had a floor-length ant professor of English at subject of students being released Jacksonville Rwerview 6040. RIVEKVIIW.((4011) Klnc.d.")'''',Brown trees. lie praised the clubsIn
cola to Key West attended the Southwestern State College. 04-0! Barlow 4 4.12.| GrOM } Ob Ktngrtorn
only. weekend skirt, waist-length sleeves, and from Jail to attend 1 120.| Kgnnadv 0-1-11 Oowllrto 0041 Wllila the community who work together
All children must have per- meeting. was trimmed at the neck and school, the board clarified the Keystone Heights grabbed an 04-4)) TMala' lilinnKEYSTON8 in maintaining the city
mission slips to be signed by motion, explaining that it pertained HEIGHTS (Ml: HwllnM.II and asked residents to
with A
wrist emerald
lace. ...
lead did 7-0-4 ,
GOLF CLUB early some coasting, ; Hu' d I IPI I ; Moontyharn" 704
parents. These slips are avail- only to high school students Cofffnan I.2-41. .. that I the, city government
white mantilla served as a veil. Wrinkle J-0-4 L.' 1 r ?
able at Keystone Heights School. Arthur Under the direction of Mrs. Mrs. Melva Milligan of Tul- INDIAN BEACHLake and did not include those and then finished In a burst in BIo...,... M-l"10, Wllcon 1-0-2.. To'all 274. was trying to maintain ser-

Measles and Rubella are Ketch hospitality sa was matron of honor for attending adult classes. thenon-conference affair. > WIvafVlaw, 4 12 II II-<' vices fur the area with a lim-
, separate diseases. Protection chairman, and assisted by Mrs. The Indians jumped put to a Karttona. 12 It 10 It-40 ited amount of when
E.T. Martin, Mrs. E. Tlmmlns her sister. Miss Rosemary ( Santa Fe) money
,I against one does not offer protection and Mrs. E.F. Aiken, luncheonwas Webb of Little Rock was brides- Byj Michael H. Chilly they m.ido requests to the coun
the jijiliii- cil.
against other. maid.
Phone 475-1812
to 35
The rubella serum is brand Committees retained for the
new. Unless a child has gotten one guest Mrs. George David F. Ward of Chlcaha new year Include safety, Gay
the serum from own private The Putnam, on Thursday, Jan. 7. Okla. was best man. Quack quack, from your rain- By Joyce Rower Bell Wins 69-64 Livingston; law and finance, Baker .:
Regular Monthly Business soaked Rolling-Reporter. We
doctor within the past few ; airport, Watkins; and
months, It hasn't received the Meeting followed and they A reception was given at the needed rain, everybody holleredfor streets Kedfearn. Vlrgie Homer -
greeted a new member, Mrs. home rain, now they are hollerIng -
of Mr. and
Mrs. was retained
new serum. and Mrs. Roth- as city clerk
Mr. Glynn
from the foul line
Ed Scott.A about all the rain we'vehad. Guard Mike
There are pamphlets fully McCoy following the ceremony. Harrington Fremont Tolles an cltv attor
hammer and children of Gainesville -
behind 34\ 29
explaining the importance of movie of the Kemper Openin Just can't please some and center Rick Halter con Bell secure a ney, Myron Prevail Jr. as
visited his sister and
South Carolina was recently Mrs. Lackey Is the daughterof people, can you? trlbuted halftime 1 lead suclessfullyfoughL.oll
, this program at the Keystone brother-In-law Mr and Mrs. 23 points aotece against city judge; and police officers .
I school. Post Office and sev- shown at the Golf Course. Mrs.Alice Rothhammer, formerly Your Rolling-Reporter Vlrgle Rowe, and,'family. !Keystone<: Heights to secure a 69- the' IndhnV' offensive Walter Muhlhofer, chief and It
eral other of Melrose and resid- was to square their record at 33Keystone's Tom Bryant, assistant until
offices in town. out of commission for awhile Elliot Palmer and Joe Lar- 64 basketball victory over the ,
Woman's Club members who The North NEWS East Florida Tra- ing In of Tulsa.Melrose She High Is a graduate School with a boil When I finally had gen of Jacksonville visited Mr. Indians in the winner's gym Fri- jayvees triumphed May I, 1971, when state mini-

I wish to help at the school on vel In to go to the doctor to have it and Mrs. Ray Gambill and family day night. 34-32 following a mum foundation program funds
January :29. please contact Mrs. League played St. Aug and received the Melrose Woman's In the opener, may be available for reorganizing -
J. Zowarka 4733069. ustine on Dec. 13.' DeWitt C. Club Scholarship, givenin lanced, he found I had a Gist Sunday. 37-23 rout by the Indian I the police department. Joy
Jones, a local team, took 2 honor of the late Leigh Pear- on the bone at the bottom of Billy Bracewell, son of Mr. Harrington; sank: seven field gals. Baker resigned from the Clay
points from Bell- She the boil. He cut it out, I was and Mrs. Bill Bracewell recently -
opposing team sall. graduated Magna Cum goals aid: scored on nine at- county natural gas authority
ARBOR DAY air Lanes of Ormond Beach. Laude from the University of Just getting over it, when a- celebrated his 7th birth- Bell travels to Mayo next Friday In
The tempts from !!h!o I f"-l!I line while order to run as a trustee
Garden Club of the Lakes Mabel Smith, member of local Arkansas InLlttle Rock in 1968 nother small one popped up day.Kenneth Halter found the night. of Clay Electric: and Fox
, loop on eight ap-
I have invited the Woman's Club team hit a 202 single game with the B.A. in humanities right next to the first one. But returned -
; pointed Livingston for that
to his base after spend- goals ard: seven foul shots. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS (".1 Hur position -
members to attend the Arbor I'm still kicking
and had praise the .
i high Aeries 659. received the M.S.E. in English ..', II ;79. laino, 'II'! BiaaulM2I4 .
from State College of Arkan- Lord, and back at the type- ing the holidays with his par- '. Cow 1m... 142. Maqlln,lall, Oil I I
I writer ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard multi' 0-1 I.1 Toian" 2il4. w
again. .
i sas in 1969 with a straight A Indian guard Bob Hurner pac BELL l 16.1 l H.".,. I'll. M Hat
STOP@@B.WINTER DRAFTS average. Last she servedas Tomlinson.The ed tt effort t with 11 goals Inglon '.>]. Pullman, III OouaUM'
year >? losing
Thursday afternoon, my mother PTA Is still selling 4111, K...... 142, W Harrington''
,I a graduate teaching fellow and seven fouls (for 29 points 022 Crlbo 04-0 To'l'' 21 2349Kavilona
Plastic Cricket Jackson-
Transparent went to Stanley products and degreas-
in the Department of LSPANI5ll
I II STORM KITS ville, and picked up my little err If you need any of these Center: Paul Leino (Followed with HtlaMi" T 21 21 l 10""14
e the University of Tulsa. ..
I II IS 20 l 11v.
I II I brother, Wayne, who has moved products contact Mrs. Ray seven (from the floor and three Bill -

I During the summer of 1968 back home with us and Is em- Gambill, Mrs. Leon Duncan,

she studied in Japan as a university ployed at Jimmy Moore's Sun or Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe. y.' ..','.;.:....yyrrrr .. ,'''-.''.N..N''NA''<.o>oo h of Arkansas exchange Sports In Starke. Friday night, Free Rubella vaccinationswill :t.# MOSS
II n student and spent August of my parents, James and Cricket be given at Keystone School
Lje 1970 In Sllgo and Dublin, Ire- went to a movie in Gaines- Gymnasium Jan. 29 from 9a.m. News Notes

STORM WINDOW KIT 39?. land as a Rotary International ville. Sunday, my father James, to 3 p.m. Parents with children IS I
Kit consists of 36 x 72 tough plastic Graduate Fellow. and cousin, Buddy Elite of from ages one to ten are especially By Helen Egan
sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails Gainesville went to Bonlfay urged to have their BEAUTIFULBUT,
Mr. native Tul- and other points of west Flo- children inoculated. Although
Lackey, a of
H STORM DOOR KIT 49?.. sa, earned the B.A. degree in rida hunting and visiting relat- this mild form of measles Is COMMUNITY CHURCH trude Ifouser, and Mrs. John
ixttALL Kit consists of 36 X 84 tough plastic Philosophy and the M.A. In ives. Sunday afternoon Grandpa usually not serious for chil- Bird Circle with Mrs. EmIly
sheet, 21 ft. of fibre moulding and nails. English from the University Chitty of Starke visited us. dren, when a pregnant woman Pastor and Mrs. Stewart Mc- Ison in Postmasters Village. 1 DEADLY

G.Qi At Hardwire < lumber Dialers Everywhere of Tulsa. He has finished contacts this disease it causes Cord entertained members of The 9:30: morning Circle,
Warp.r0. P1 w...., P.bc, coursework at Tulsa University Fred and Corlne Thieman birth defects In the unborn child. the Church in an Open House (Mrs. Ruth Greeson) will meet
Crticaio 606S1 7, a.t.0uh.d,01.r for a doctorate in Eng Jacksonville spent last weekat Children need permission from last Dec. 27. This new and with Mrs. F.L.Stephens; !Nightingales ; -
Santa Although .1! it not
their home Little
lish. He has served as trea- on parents to receive these shots spacious home Is located on (hits James Cooks Cir- a nra11.it.. III prt>..
surer of the JamesJoyce Foundation Fe. Corlne was on vacation, which will be given by a doc- Grove et, near the new dev- cle will meet at 7:45: at her Mc. 011 h.': CIu101
and Fred commuted workin
Ltd., in Tulsa, and was Jacksonville. tor and nurses from Green elopment and the ever e x- home and the Rebeccas (Mrs. I ...'..' ", port.dogging -
assistant supervisor of the art Cove Springs pandlng Keystone Heights Ernest M:Lean) will meet at ..n m.* 'I..'. Mon holmmoi
exhibit for the James Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Chester John- The Melrose PTA is planninga School. The hostess was assisted 8 p.m. In the home of Mrs. .tu'. and "duringetriodi I

International Symposium In son of Lansing, Mich., were spaghetti supper Monday,Jan. by Mrs. Pascal Carr Joan Roberts. wind U It of ott rain'n nd tftitddrd ,
visiting their sister and bro 25 in the school cafeteria. The and Mrs. Michael Redfearn w.Ihll..1 1
% ther-in-law. Rose and Red Neal supper will be served priorto while their husbands assisted ANNUAL! MEETING: ciu.*. limb la clod:.

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS over the holidays. They all the regular PTA meeting. Pastor McCord In receiving of Annual Meeting of the Com- .ndV. .drx..)H...Not.... on'y but' ,livonly Ittfui
visited In Ft. Myers, while Supper will be served from guests who called between the munity Church was held following ..." and dl...... mfr
the Johnson were here. 5:30: to 7. A nursery will be hours of six and eight p.m. the morning worship .n'.' domugod ....",
provided for small children, Mrs. John Bird was hostessat service and communion on Jan- Ch.mi,
    Andy Boswell was In Brad- both for the supper and the the refreshment table where uary 10. .. way to .'id. your. HMI 01
    6c Dp ford County; Hospital recently meeting. Cost of the supper sandwiches and cookies were A complete report was givento ......
    $ for a check-up. will be $1.25 for adults and served. Every room In this each member of congrega-
    75 cents for children. lovely new home Is especially tion attending, which included a PRII INSPICTION
    I DIRECTORYNURSERY Jerry Music has been visIting The Melrose Action Committee well planned, affording plenty report of all departments of fr ISTIMATIS/
    f fI his grandparents, Mr. and met last week. They discussed of sunshine and wardrobe space. the Church and Church School
    Mrs. George Ellis for the past plans to start classesIn and all Hoards of the Church.
    I Y S week Jerry Is stationed on the sewing and nutrition, to be CHURCH WOMEN: : This brochure enabled the officers -
    USS Concord, which Is in portat held either at the school or at General Meeting the ChurchWomen to delete the usual read- .; LOIIDA
    Norfolk, Va., now. the Day Care Center. If in- was held January with Ing of meetings and treasurers
    O.C. Carnes Nursery Jackie and Robert LanIer and terested contact Mrs. Rose the resident, Mrs. Barry Wy- reports. BEST
    sons Bobby and Bubba spent England. man presiding. Mrs. Marshall First order of business was
    Thousands of plants) Christmas with Robert's family A VISTA worker will con- Gallop gave the devotional "BeginnIng the election of officers of the ONTROLa
    Fruit Trees-Shede Trees In Jacksonville.Lou duct the sewing class and some- Again." church for 1971. Elected to the
    and Jack Miller and family one from the Putnam Count;: Presentation of a monentary Board of Trustees were three asstlcM CII.
    I Prizes Go To Cultivation Of Evergreens were visited by Lou's sis School Board will teach the check. was made to Pastor Mc- new officers, each to serve

    Camellias & Azaleas ter and brother-in-law Nell and class on nutrition. Cord as a house warming i gift three years, were Mr. William
    Savings Accounts. Too! MOST 'ALL. IN CANS Don Thome and children of Also discussed was the pos- for the McCord family's new Beam, Jr; Mr. E.T. Martin Ph. 964-5745
    PLANT ANY TIME Charleston S.C., for the week- sibility of a community center home. It was earmarked for
    Beautiful Roses slanted toward the needs! of shrubery, trees or outdooor (Continued on next page)
    d A well-cultviilefl) savings accnunl
    LandscapingPhone and Fred Swearingenspent the many senior citizens In plants In his landscaping plan.
    wins, u prize: fur more rewarding New Year's Eve In Jack- this area.DUPLICATE. Guest speaker was a mis-

    than that of the Mtruest pumpkin 659.2165 sonville, celebrating their 33rd sionary from South Americawho 'he- O .
    ever grown makes' your most Anniversary with dinner at the BRIDGE Is attending the Park-O- \ "tlT. II.f
    dearly cherished dream come 1:10- 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on Green Turtle. Their anniversary Duplicate bridge winners last Palms conferences. lie showed p.\1

    riously true r Hwy. 100 at FlorahomeS. was New Year's Day. week were Tuesday night, Mrs. films of his work in the area fJi G S T I"
    Lamar and Gladys Malphurs H.T. Dent and Mrs. td,; Long- of the Oronoco River.
    were down at their lake home necker, 1st place; Mrs. Paley The Family Mte dinner date ..
    for the long weekend they have Boyd and Mrs. John of 27 at 6:30
    Come In and Open Your Account E. McKAY. REALTOR Strewn January : was ap-
    every month. Their daughter
    2nd place; Mrs. Mary Cook proved by the membership
    Today I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4316 Bootsle Lowe, and her son Jerry and Miss Iva Ilillyer, 3rd place; The Home Circle will meet on Iliway 21 North Keystone, Ills.
    and a friend, Susannandher Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs.Steve January 18. The following tour
    Appraisal Service son, spent the weekend with Sashoff, 4th place.) meet at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Turk-
    BANKMember The Best in Lakefront them. Their eon Raymond, his Thursday night, Mrs. Mary nett's Circle at the home of Barbecue Steaks Fresh Seafood

    KEYSTONE STATE wife Nancy and daughter. Cook and Mrs. F.T. Rogue, 1st a newcomor, Mrs. Jenie Jett Buffet Lunch Daily
    Homes, Acr.ag*., Rental Shannon, were Sunday guests. place; Mrs. W.J. Grolick and whose home is on Little Key-

    F.D.I.C. Keystone Height. Fin. ASSOCIATES Sad but true, that's all for Miss Iva Hlllyer, 2nd place; atone Lake; Mrs. Aurthry. Dining Room Open 7 a.m.--12 p.m.
    you. News was scarce last week, Mr. W.J. Grolick and Mr. C.W. Vance Circle at the home of
    "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly I\lrs. Melba llfen 473-4710 so I'll say good-bye for now. !Hardy, 3rd place; Mrs. Paley Mrs. W.J. Watson near Lake For Take-Out Order Call Ole Al 47.10f.20! (
    Community."' Col. J. Ch i"|non| 473-4479 Till next week may the good Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn, Geneva; Mrs. Wm. Beam, Sr.
    L. J. Robinson 473-1011 Lord bless and keep you all. 4th place. Circle meets with Miss Ger-

    Jan. 14, 197Td\ rar" I I.IRC! U

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    By '1eIen'V.' Egad: Pastor Lawrence Carroll |

    J Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

    (From Preceding Page) Morning Worship 11 a.m.
    Church Training 6:30p.m.Eve- LibraryOkayed.

    ning Worship 7:30
    : p.m.
    abd Mr Mike Red earn. Mr. MondayYouth Music Group
    Charles Smlth.'waa elected for

    two years to fill an'unexpiredterm. ( ) 7p.m.TuesdayGirls in Action 11.']::&,::.,:ItI! =I. :::t IlCI= 'B.\V"'Vh: --=::.aJ .::(IIIlIIICI:: :J 'fID-\v..t11-bll.J: :;"" =11II1Io

    Three new Board -of 3:15: p.m. Mission Friends 3:15:
    Stewards members, each for Here

    three years, were elected.* P.m.Wednesday- Hour of Power .
    Mrs. Robert Hendry Mr. H. 7 CLASSIFIED AD RATES SKYLINE 1971 II 1957 Chevrolrt! Dr. It. T 301
    II. Goodwin, and Mr.(..L Grant pm JIMMY MOORE'S eu. ''n. V-8 RobuJt: engine, 3
    Thursday-teens 3:15
    filling unexpired terms for twc p.m. Minimum Chars __. 1.7$ MOBILE HOMES SUN SPORTS speed stick on Floor, New

    years each are Mrs. Alben! First Baptist officially "A picture Is worth a thou- Board member Rodney Hall (Coven IS words) Paint (Rod 1I) Accept Best Of-

    Nelson and Mrs. John Bird. launched their annual empha- sand words." 12'Ie: 60'S ter. 964-0023.: Uchgr
    suggested setting a planto MOORE BOAT FOR
    Each word over IS-7e
    Church School
    Named to the sis
    on stewardship this post So goes the often heard ex- co-operate with one or more Bedroom Bfdroom 2 !bath homes
    4 -
    Staff was superlntendant Mr. Sunday. Theme of this year's pression. While local school surrounding counties to keep 50c Extra Charge It not $3'995 YOUR MONEY

    Charles Ileptlnstall, ass't sup!. emphasis is "If You Really are not yet planning on doing paid In advance Furnished Just completely remodeled.
    and treasurer Mr. George Care Share! away with the written or spoken costs down and Casey said Starke Ph. 964-5791 Easy terms Located on Roi
    Massa, and secretary, Mrs. word they are using more although this may still be Investigated CLASSIFIED DISPLAY OLIN'S MOBILE 100 South. For Information call

    Floyd Henschel. "This stewardship emphasisis and larger picturesdisplays It could cost more $1.30 Per Inch Complete Outboard & 064-7701. tfchg

    Five Trustees continuing or> alway a high hour in the In books bulletin boards and than it would be practical.! UnIon HOME SALES Stern Drive Service and

    the Board are Mrs. Janet IIII,)'. life of our church", said Pas Increasingly, In filmstrips and Gllchrlst Counties have Memorials Resolution Starke, Fla.-100 West Repair. Complete Fiberglas ----------

    ner Mr. B.F. Mtzell. Mr. B.I. tor Lawrence Carroll. "We moving films, and other typesof also been using Alachua's film Proclamations, etc -7c word Repair. Custom-

    Wyman, all for one year more never reach perfection in the picture projection service, although no ton as large PECAHS
    THANKS built
    and for two years more, Mr. matter of commitment of ourselves Bradford's School Board a scale as Bradford. Fiberglass Fishing

    W.L. Reynolds Jr. to Cod and this em- Tuesday, after much approved Proposed new school acredl- SO word or less __. 3.00 COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage Boats.! SALE

    Continuing on Stewards Board phasis always challenges us to discussion the purchase of 400 tatlon standards call for 100P( Each word over 50-7o 'parent wanted Some FGR

    for one year is Mrs. E.R. Mc- move further !In that direction.Let films over a five-year periodto films available In a county, Married couples, and -women.

    Lean and for two years each, me urge every member of make a film library here. Casey told the board. He hac Salary starts $347 per month :FOR RENT House In country Shelled or UnshelledWhIOLESALE

    Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers. Mr First Baptist Church to support As suggested by Sup! Tom written a letter rejecting this FOR SALE Oak and hard- per person. 5 day week 8 hour also r.pirtm Pits In RETAIL

    R.G. Aston and Mr. &.13. Wat this Important event with Casey a limit of $50,000 was number as too high. lie felt wood tor fire place.} $'0 day. Promotional opportunities Stark. W. H. Ncllnmn. tfchg.:

    son.Nominating your"cooperation and participation. placed on the project which that good quality; and films strand delivered Contact( State Retirement!' aide leave DRIVERS NEEDED Pecans Cracked5c

    committee wa the administrative staff has studied that related directed to text- Larry O'Ngf.l I sit !864-6200.! tfchg 'vacation, etc Please apply !In
    Frank Mr. The James Robison Crusade: Train now to drive tsflmi'-truclc
    Mr. Ilgen, chairman; for some time. books more Important than a only .Personnel Office, lb.
    Charles lleptlnstall, Mrs. A..' which began Wednesday even- Funds to be used will come large number of films he ex- PAST TV & STEREO RE- person Buliland Center, Gainesville, locnl and over the road. Dle-

    Mailman and Mrs. B.L. Wyman. ing and ended this past Sunday from the National Defense Ed- plained. This figure for accreditation PAm Free pick: -tip, city Flu. An equal opportunity employer eel or gas: experience: helpful. C. R. BRADFORD

    The slate was unanimously evening was a tremendous success ucation Act (NDEA) monies and has not yet been limit: Dalimtr's Discount tfchg but not ne lIS8ry. You can Market
    elected proposed by nomInat- As of Saturday evening Title 2 of the ElementarySecondary approved. he noted. tfchg!! earn over $4.50 per: hour After Starke

    ing committee and remained: there was a total of 147 professions Education Act. Free films are often avail- short() training. For application
    : 1 .
    ...I.C) ,
    to elect their officers of their of faith and 136 rededications Bradford schools have had 0 able from Industry, chambersof WANTED Houso full of fur. H" end Interview, call 305.523-6464.

    respective boards. to Christ. film loan arrangement with Ala. commerce, etc, Casey added n'ture: pay cash. Dahmer's or write Safety Dept., United

    Pastor Steward McCord In his This Crusade will be a me- chua County, renting approximately and these are often used r scount. troll? MARY Systems Inc., 822 N Federal

    report of his six months as meorable event In the lives 400 films per school by teachers here. In addition Highway, Fort LflMfcrdaLs' :! LEW'S I

    pastor of Community Church of each person who witnessedthe year from 1,500 titles available there are "probably 100 films Southern Marine Fla. 31104 2t cM< 1-7,
    said, "It would seem that we power of God through this available In the Vo-Tech cen- CARTER WELDING SHOP
    at a cost of $5.800. Sup!.
    :Moved To GainesvilleNew
    were all being prepared by young man's ministry. We are Casey explained Tuesday to the ter on vocations." 21-JNCH ADMIRAL color]
    God for our work together. looking forward to being ableto School Board the staffs plan NameGainesville (used) TV with: new picture Whi'-perin''' Pines!' M'j

    There are Five Areas that will see this young man again for setting up a film library Movies Marine tube Dahmer'a Discount' ,it tel US 301" S. Phr,ne ,
    duties and next fall when he will havea PAINTSNEW
    cover the responsibilities here, since Alachua now has dig 061-8252! !
    : 1)) Visitation 2)Mem- nationally! televised thirty- LYNN HAMILTON MGR.
    more than enough In their own "Dirty; Dingus! Magee" Is sort
    3)) Worship 4)PreachIng minute TV show each week. :FOR SALE15 ft Fire Flito
    bershlp, schools for their films. of a western and Frank Sina Johnson Motors Cobra.. Boats UTILITY TRAILERS
    and 5)) Teaching. James Robison spoke to the ITEMS trailer' 45 Cwys'er! self start
    ; IHJILT:
    tra, who has the featured role, Marine CUSTOM '
    : school $/fiOO. Phone B64-S7S1.! 2tp 1.14
    F.ach of these areas lie explained high students at Brad- R
    In detail. One visual ford High School the first day This does not Include film. Is sort of a cowboy In the 1030 E, University Ave. WALL PAPER GAS AND EL'iJCTKIC
    of the old west
    evidence of his Teaching was of his Crusade on the subjectof strips, Casey said, adding that comedy-spoof OnlneavlHe: HOUSE PAINTING. f In'e-rIOT. WELHINO L'KAKING
    the Conflrmidn: nine youths drugs drinking and free most Bradford county schools playing Friday, Saturday, and Unpainted Furniture exterior ,by contract' : or hourly SHEET METAL\
    Sunday Jan. 15-17 at the Flo-
    who had attended his New Crea- love. We regret very much already have a good libraryof WANTED LISTINGS Reasonable raise first TRAILER: IITCIIES

    lion classes and wish the classto that because of the recent riling filmstrips These are films rida Theatre. hv Home and Acreage.: Buyers Wood Graining: Kit class: W1orlrman.<11lp, Contact 1NSTA LLED

    continue. One M.irk Phillip of the Clay County School costing an average of $125 eachto MGM built a small western Hole In Waltlnar. strout Realty, Reg, Ronnie Ro1J:rh, Monday-Frl-, ,
    town called Yerkey's
    Barker received the rites of Board, he was unable to come purchase. Of the 400 films Broker 2117 N Temple Ave. E-80 Paint Remover. day, 7 to 4:30: phone 431-11:6.

    baptism.The and counsel with our own young rened a year Casey said they of the Mescal rugged,Arizona picturesque where area location Ph. l16'4.fI09!! Starke Fla. Nights and weekends Phone I
    Annual Budget was also people at Keystone even thoughit had determined that 249 were'repeater' scenes for the wild west For all your Real Estate Houses Washed 431.1768 4llhg: 1-28-71 ----............
    accepted without change. Both was made clear In a recording comprising 90 per I
    the backward look In this of the talk James Robison cent of teachers' requests. The comedy were filmed. brothel It includes Needs Buy Sell Exchange : Lawn Mowers For Rent FULL YEAR HEAD START NOTICEStarke

    Annual Reports shows would give which other !10 percent a three-story Appraisal. Ex-
    printed was presented are single
    which houses 16 ladles of the EAST The CUBB Economic Agen
    pert Advice on all Real- 102 BROWNLEE-
    mUCh progress and a willing- to the school authoritieswell requests In all area, "from and Keystone
    evening of which Anne Jack- Estate Problems Call cy In St'arke Jt! currently accepting -
    ness on the part of everyoneto in advance that he would child Asslstan care to physics. son portrays the madame. Out- BILL POWELL- STREET ( appVclc:; for the Heights; area Customers
    Superintendent Con
    definitely not
    dedicate their Interests and go against the side the town Is a fort the Reg. Real Estate Broker ""Positions of PrcJ'ct' Director
    ruling of nie Clark Elementary
    speaking about Cod Supervisor -
    actions In the Work of the evacuation of which Hastings Mattressand
    or Christ. This Is pain Mrs. Lucille Payne Pur- planned Phone '84-8,," Secretary Teachers!I. Te'>acherAW.es. -
    Church and Pastor McCord very threatens Belle and her ISglrls
    Cafeteria! Wirkers
    ful to accept In lieu of the fact chasing Agent P.T. Noun and Cterke Plaza Starke an Upholstery
    concluded "We believe there "wherein lies .
    "widowhood FOR RENT12' wide, 2 bedroom for an e'ffM-month' Head
    that one of school librarians have been studying Uchf.
    our high school /
    Is a great deal to be done for the plot. trailer
    city Short Pronram In Cloy, Union
    students Is
    held rental-purchase of
    being in plans
    God by our Church. There is County Jail for possession the of the six major companies who Second feature In the Flo- limits J. B. White DC4-6114. Bator!! and Bnartfcrd.: courtier.Applications : 710 St. Johns! Ave.PAL.TKA .

    an Open Door and I believe drugs. make school films rida's double bill is "Wild,Wild tfchjBARRETT ) must to !l'J'bmlt.
    that shall meet whatever ______ filler- Brown
    we Funds from NDEA and Title Planet, set In the year 2015 ted by January 18. 1971. For
    challenge God offers us." In a world of planetary sys- Is Open AgainJo1URNITURE
    Deer Kill 2 would be used for a "down additional Informal inn und an

    payment" on a $50,000 five- tem duel governments seats pDllwt'on, t! form, call cr write
    MASONIC LODGEAn At year rental-purchase plan for of power. Plot of the science- CUBB Eonomc! Ad ncv. Inc.,
    Installation Cere- cVolkawagen
    Open landing '
    fiction drama Is the
    held In the Melrose :500 films to set up the local Water Conditioning P. O. Box 970. SUrke. Florida Repaired Itefini'hcd
    mony was friction! between the factions.
    Tops 1970Total library. The film companies, 30291 Telephone 9646696. Appilcatron Re-upholstered
    Masonic (Keystone Heights) who have had The film stars Tony Russell and Pump Co. ,
    representativeshere blanks can also bo
    Temple on Saturday evening deer kill to date is and Lisa Gastof NEW !MATTRESSESFREE\
    explain their plans, Obtained ''bv to'
    January 9. Friends and relatives 247 for the season as com- including updating the films am Two rollicking westerns,John New Used IS/). 130 Court Street of the Jcllowlnii!vohonlna numbers cno I

    of the masons were Invited. pared with 220 In the same period damage-clauses In the five. Wayne's "True Grit" and the Sales Service Phone 964.5832PLUMBING ESTIMATES .
    Mr. Winton Keeth was installed last frontier musical "Paint Your !hi your' area: Green CoveSpines !
    year. rail
    year plans Casey said. 328.2111
    by Pastor Master Jennings 284.5131; Clay Hill
    During the week ending Mon A minimum of $6,400 Wagon" with Lee Marvin Clint I Ml. North of The Man
    Murrhee Mas- a yea: 28'-2591' Owner Park 281- __
    as Worshipful : ___
    Eastwood, and Jean Seberg will OAINESVII.LECARL IImI\ -
    day Blanding reported 2,056 would
    tar for 1971. Mr. A.P. Hallman keep plan going, although 4921; Penney>!! Farm 529-5271;
    screen at the 301 Drive-In Fri-
    with kill
    hunters a of 3 deer, $10,000 to$12OOOshould Water Conditionersand
    was Installed as Secretary. 2 hogs, 42 quail, 42 cat squirrel. be spent to keep up day and Saturday, Jan. 15 and Lake BuMe- 496-7451: Mac. .--.--. -. .- -- -
    annual Pumps denny 259-A121;; :; : S. uke 964- -- -- -- .
    10 fox, quirrol and 4 ducks. with new for use 16. Both have played at the -
    The total season kill to date, of the Federal funds through Florida. Wayne won an academy 56B9. An Equal Onnortunity
    Worthy Matron Jo Reed and In addition to deer Is: 285 NDEA and Title 2 need to be award for his performance in Sales and Rentals Em pi!ever.: !! _2tchg Ml SEVCICHNE!
    Worthy Patron Gilbert Reed "
    quail 63 hogs 1087 cat squirrel in the State Department of Ed- "True Grit which stars Kim BEGGS
    held House for Mas- Repair Department
    an Open WILL
    Darby and Glen Campbell. CHILDREN IN
    201 fox squirrel 8 ducks ucation
    for approval by Gulf Service
    ter Masons and Eastern Star and 1 (that's right.- one) dove January 31 and spent by June The Christine Jorgenaon Sto- 24 Hour ServiceA my hrnn'(!. vMme.. Monday N !

    members on December 20 dur-. Hunters have totaled 31,008. 30, Casey said. ry, starring Racquel Welch,and USED PARTS t thru Friday. All BiteS, Best of

    ing the afternoon. Adam and Eve play on a double Top Prices for Wrecked Car J. Thomns, Reclstsrel' : Real care. Phone 964-8592! Sales and Ser ice
    The Reed Home was decora- -- ----
    bill at the drive-in Sunday and
    ted In the Christmas motif.Mrs. 21 Hour Wrecker Service Estate Broker, Specializing! in _______12871wn.L I'FAFF NECCIII
    Monday Jan. 17 and 18.
    Appraisals for Eshab s, Individual New Home
    Janet I lay nor rendered an alto
    Fuel Oil PERSON who tok myfi'M
    Dimes -
    Difference !) and Corporate Owners. Universal$49x0
    solo with Mrs. Betty Slkos at from Volkrwifrsn on N.
    the piano. January 19 the Chapter Used Cars Alro! I ccr.eTl: roal totaila bus

    Water St.p'en'3" retvn: pacers :
    will entertain Friends of EXISTINGHOMES Rwy. 301 N. Waldo iness. Thirty Years experience .. up
    end pct"r! -s, jian' L'. ,'
    the Order. These Friends will In Life Or DeathAn 4(8-1998 .In Florida land matters. Tel', 308/) .S;. Fnrnnn St S rVe y Hall! Ui Parts & Repairs on
    occupy the Star Points and other 9B4-5701. SMrk, Flrrl a tf cl\T all other :Make :Much .

    officers station for the formal urgent need for money has WANTED Mnn to 'work on ineNATIONAL?-.

    opening and closing the Chapter been sent out by the Bradford- SEWING MACHINE Cleaned WATER FRONT PROPERTY"On r--r"' fnnn. Wi-WKl:! up
    M Crosby Lake & Crc-sby Lake _
    of the
    meeting at 8 p.m. Union County Chapter
    March of Dimes. It now has AVAIUBIB FOR oiled and adjusted In your Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homos FOR SALE Clean full size
    a'iiP home, $5.00. Vacuum cleaner
    FELLOWSHIP CLUB bills totaling upward of $10,000 Summer Cottage Or Year bet: em"lle0.110 Sofa A 611 W. Univ. Ave.
    repairs also All work
    Fellowship Club met January but have only $tOO to pay them. YOUR LOT ed. guarante Round Living, coffee tibia: $20.IJ//> )'..-tte sit, 378-1335; ;
    12 for a covered dish luncheon Last year the March of Dimes / Dennis E. Cogging, PhOne All Lots Ready To Go-Clear $10. gig .-.,n*" 510/) 4H>-1422:! lip!

    Outgoing officers are assisting helped three babies In the coun 43M42B. tfehy' ed. Graded It Leveled

    the new president Mrs. ty.; This month alone they have FOR RENT One 'tral! Priced From $995.00. Financing FOR SALE Ne-v ,bn'ck or

    Houston (Marlon) Drlscoll In bills from eight babies In the $3,500 space, Ono: Large storage Available. Call 984-7701. bloc! homer on yur lard:! No
    JJ', nt'y drrn.:: fi* ijw 31 $65.08
    the order of business, and the Bradford-Union county area
    : one mechanic shop
    membership took part In !some placing a great demand on : ; one FOR SALE: Treated:! and! ua. per month. Ycur't, America!

    offices to be covered by volun- Dimes funds warehouse on 301 South of treated pine and cypress lumber CC-p. of) Fl3rlla.964-749! ( or PUMPSNEW
    :- Can Mutual Lumber
    teering their services. A partial A very significant fact was random width and lenr'h. M4-BHB! !\ 4','> 24.71
    1600 FT. _
    r 1 SO. Lie. 964-7490 8 a.m. to 4
    list of offices which pointed out by Mrs. Mildred atc. p.m. Creosctsd:! poles railroad cross AND USED
    Mrs. Drlscoll will announce Fancher the 1970 Chapter .._ tfchg roles: 1" bnck! pips for weld- FOR S"LE-B'I"t! nc t il flake

    are Table arrangement whichIs Treasurer. "Three fourths of AREACALL SUPER STICK lag various shop equ'.pnvsnt.. t Beach' Buecv! 19fiS VW !' dan SALES
    Vinyl Plastic
    a team of men and womem all money collected stays In the LIVING welders etc. Mutual Lumber ChnsMs. 700 EHdrss St. !)61-)
    Letters all sizes, colors Perm PAnTS
    members who prepare the County to help the children Company: Inc. 6 miles s-uth 7469. 4to 2-4-71
    anent. for use on wood, glass, SERVICE
    meeting room for both luncheon and only one fourth goes to the on 301. Phore S64-7190. Can
    ;plastic, paper, metal, leather CUSTOM MADE ft-awles
    Deep and Shallow Wells
    meeting! and game days on the research foundation. between 8:00: A.M. and, 4:00:
    ANY'nUNOIBradlord I CountyTelegraph. (flavor: ) S2.00 and tin. S'lpsov-
    second Thursday of each month "It kills me to tell a mo- PM. 4fchq< Water Softeners and
    UWATSON'S era $1250 end flavor)
    for luncheon and Game Day ther, 'I can't help you. We up Ph. FiltersPhlmbing
    the fourth Thursday at 1:30. don't have the money', Mrs. IF WE DONT HAVE IT 6Mtn_4to 24.71

    Committees are Membership, Fancher said l SLADE we'll *el It for you. Office FOR! SALE-10M Yard Galaxls Supplies

    Publicity; and Health and Wel- "Dimes may make the difference 1970 March of DIme. Baby : SuppllM, Furrllure, EquIp. PS AT PW AC 61.009 original( l lm.'lfair

    fare, Registration, Telephone, of whether a baby livesor Shawn Me Rae is now doing beautifully House of Vacutpnfc menl. Bradford County '''. 964-B701.!! St-irke ttchlf EXPERT SERVICE ON

    Dues Secretary Chaplain. dies. after surgery costing HOME Many brand of ncwVlMoaum: Telegraph ALL MVKESPJIO.Ni
    Games Day director and Host "We have a 3-week-old baby $1,000 at the UF med center's $3900 Used maoJiBW from WANTED V+h..h*, lady

    esses. The president would tifc*) girl In the Hope Haven who birth defects unit. $10, Expert up. Repairs BAIRD tD live In with *:.:ck: 1s".v:! Salary : 961.7061DURRANCE
    to start the new year with a was born with her uterus and SERVICESFor tXUfnakes. nice horns close In 964-
    number of new members, ao her bladder on the outside and Parts and Accessories. for all Mobile Homes 6041. Itch?
    guests are cordially invited today with some bones not connect vacuums. Built In Central vac PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
    ed. Her bill will run in excess 7oiC.t666 uum cleaning systems. 712 N. NEW and USED DEDUCE -e1 xcrn fluids with

    of $20,000. 9S Information Main. OlPwvUIi. 37 .7ttl) 8.10.12' Wide FLUIDEX. S1.69L se Weight

    "We had one baby who had Can Jacksonville CLASP ENVELOPES all GainesvilleGood Safely with Dsx-A-Dlet 9flo
    aspiration pneumonia and a collapsed at Miri 1'.!il'< D""ig 2tp 1-21
    Collect faeo Bradford
    County Tele-
    lung. She's perfectly
    My Neighbors
    flT& h. Reasonably Priced WANTED Labor n"Cerhnce
    healthy now, but we still havea L40JWANTED
    91.300 bill to pay. INTERSTATE MOBILE Home Gainesville 378.2785 in InstallhiT" p-ulfrv, equip- SEARSHas

    "Another baby had open-heart moving in Fla. Call 964-5606. Berrlced. Guaranteed and mr.t. paT $1,75 'hr. Make as

    surgery She died, but we still Delivered la SUrke! Area many hsw .s you want.

    have a $444.00 bill to pay. ;.}Yr.LYNlYrrfr.f:3... Y: ;Im:11l:1:1:11H1: :;; :::;; ;; u m mJJ; tfchg NO EXTRA COST Dials Poultry Marie Sanford | Everything |

    An example of what dimes 'i'j1f FOR SALE Northern BobWhite CS 441 N. 430< NW 131.O.ln..m. Mgr 964-7382. tfchg

    can accomplish la lively Shawn f quail, select ..breeders" _
    n" 755 '
    McRae, shown above, the 1970 also Tcnn.oo Reds & Blonde Mo""nlf and ittA tj: d'spoaa' STAKE
    -t f
    March of Dimes Baby. He underwent DRAFTSMAN TRAINEE II Corf-mix & Bui'ton.E. R. Bow. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to of household .tlrnJture., aoollancea. -

    surgery costing over Rt. 1 Box withstand weather 20e eta many mire !item.
    1r ers : 206 Branford, etch
    91,000 at the University of Flo- gy 1; High School graduate, some drafting experience ; Fla. 32008. Ph. 935-2183. 12.23 doz. Special! price on larger Phone 964-6023. Itchr Phone 961-6313

    rlda's Teaching Hospital Shawnla Pr!:::::1:1: preferred strong; In mathematics. Steady em ;:: 8tobT 1-28 quantities Bradford County

    I the son of William R. and t::%; ployment fringe benefits, excellent opportunity :' Telegraph. tf FOR SALE!:-3 bedrcsm' house

    Willa Mae McRae of Brookar. :::::: with established company. Apply Monday thru m:::: FOR SALE New brick 3 2 fa th.. !Family, rccmn.' Lures

    "Wa need money desperate. 8:00 till 5:00 P.M. bedroom 2 baths, living room INSURANCE corner lot. Call 964-7787 after SUPER
    ly. There are collection boxes m1 W timing room, family room. AT REDUCED RATES STICK Vinyl Plastic
    J:... ... "War *tp 1-21-71 letters all sizes, colors. Permanent
    all the AUTO.
    over county.; FHA or Conventional' Financing.
    "On January 22 and 23 we're F: Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. :::':# Contact Buford MItchell E. CONNER for use on wood glees

    "1 think I've had putting on the play, "141 Ab- r Lincoln City Road (S-IOO-A) M Phone 964-C760. P.O. Box 238, INSURANCE AGENCY laic PENS. Ball: Point Ra. plasto paper metal leather

    enoughnow ner." at the Bradford High gFs::1 Starke Florida :a Starke. tfchjj .... His. Bradford County T Utraph. ANYTHING I Bradford County

    I'll .remember my addrcMi" School auditorium.All proceeds ..... . ,, ,,.. ,.. .. ..... .: Telegraph tf
    ... '- r.'. ...... .......
    '; ... ;j; "'. .' 'r.--,:."" "" .r. /...:.{rr::;:y;.{.rye::.r..:::.rr..r.
    : :::;: :: ,..' X >/z : ::; : ; ;
    will go to the March Dimes. .:W7 :::;' ....,'.'.':. mwM ....w.-::....;:$::<< :;:: :::;::;:;:;:;:;:::::;;::;:;: :::: ::;.

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