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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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By Guard 1 County Officials Seeking l o, .



Pay Raises Must Appear
A "feeler" thrown out by State Representative Gene

Extensive \use of Camp Blanding as a National Guard At Hearing, Shaw SaysAll 4tL Shaw concerning: possible local legislation to consolidatetax

training site next summer is called for in plans just i + assessing!' and collecting agencies of Bradford

announced by Maj. Gen. Henry W. McMillan, the Ad- set County and its municipalities ran into a solid wall of
officials whose salaries by
are
county
jutant General of Florida.In opposition when broached at Tuesday night's City
statute must appear in person to make oral application Council meeting.

addition to Florida Army hold Its annual field training at for salary raises or he will not introducethe
National Guard troops, units Blanding from June 22 through needed legislation at the 1969 session Repre- L Councilman Jimmy McRae {Edwards told The Telegraph
tossed the Item out befol'eadJoul'nment
training at Blanding next .summer July 26. Approximately 650 sentative Gen Shaw said Wednesday. just he had Wednesday that he 'had writtenthe
saying
will Include Air Defense men of the Alabama National : letter to Shaw! advising him
Artillery Battalions from the Guard Air' Defense units will been requested to do so by that the Council had discussedthe
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the officials should the Shaw. McRae said he was in
Shaw said at
Alabama and South Carolina hold their annual field train- appear matter, detail "and feel
National Guard, and the Palmetto Ing there, July 13-27; and South regular Legislative Hearing which has been set no way sponsoring the proposal that it Is for the best interest
Military Academy (South Carolina Air Defense units will for 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in the county court N 5 but acting only on the that request of the citizens oaf Starke to reject
of Shaw He added
Carolina Officer Candidate occupy the camp, August 1224. room. the request."
he, personally opposed the Idea.
School), Gen. McMillan an The Palmetto Military Aca- Shaw said Wednesday mornIng -
City Clerk Merrill Edwardswas
nounced. demy (South CaroUna Officer said that heretofore officials desiringpay to voice to that he would omit the City
Shaw quick opposition
It is estimated that 7,000 officers Candidate School) will conductIts of Starke from the proposed
and enlisted men will annual field training con Warren Carver increases had contacted the legislative dele- Cadet Officer the proposal' saying, "If you're legislation, but would Include

spend two weeks at Blanding currently with the Air Defense gation during the !session, with no prior public going to give It (tax assessing to ,other municipalities! in the
and authority)
during the spring and summer units, making a total of appro- notice. He said he thought officials should appear them, you're collecting wiping the slate county I If .the reaction Is favorable -
months. Florida troops gener- ximately 875 South Carolina New ASCS in person and present their case if they desire Harry Hatcher clean." He predicted the proposed He said lie had written
ally will attend one of three Guardsmen training here dur-
a pay increase. Promoted To measure was "a stepping officials of Lawtey, Hampton,
to be held Sees
major encampments ing this period Manager
and Brooker to determine how
stone toward consolidation" of
at Blandlng and Fort Stewart. Company C, 20th Special Captain At GMC
Ga. with Blanding as the ma- Forces, will train' at Blandingand Big Job Ahead"I've He added that no local bills would be passedat county and city governments.() they felt about consolidation
but had not heard from themas
Joe training site. Camp Williams Utah, July the forthcoming session that had not been air- Harry Milton( Hatcher, a cadetat City Attorney George Piercea
During the period May 4-18, 519. got to live up to that Georgia Military College the proposal would be a 'yet.
ed at the hearing on February 14.
and Shaw said it was his Intentionto
"toward centralizing"
troops will train' : at Blandingand award: (best ASCS office of its has just been promoted to one step
Stewart concurrently. Dur- Blanding was recently design- size In the Southeast); I don't of the major command posts in he could not see that it would bring the proposed legislationup
and; t'.iU: time, approximately ated by the Chief of the Natli>naIGual'd ,sec how I could Improve it Shaw said he planned to introduce legislation the 90th Cadet Battalion at the eliminate! costs "In fact, you for discussion at the forth-
much" the new office managerof Home Rule for Bradford and don't know what it would cost coming Legislative Hearing set
Signal
2,000 men from the 53rd Bureau, Washington, D. providing County, military junior college in Milledgeville. "
Group, Tallahassee: the 146th C., as an Air Defense Artillery the! County Agricultural Sta- possibly a bill providing for consolidation of tax you under this proposal, ha for 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21
Signal Battalion, Jacksonville; Annual Field Training Site. bilization and Conservation Service assessing and collecting agencies of some municipalities In orders signed earlier this said. Pierce said the "shouldn'ts" When questioned Wednesday
Involved !the said
164lh Artillery Group, Miami; This together with the increased said this! week. month by the Battalion Adjutant cutwelghedi Tax Assess Gene Lcng
1st Automatic Weapons Battalion number of troops scheduledto Warren Carver, 25-year-old in the county with the county offices. Cadet Hatcher was movedup "shoulds." In his opinion He he had no( feelings pro or con
265th Artillery, West Palm train at Blanding during the native of Live Oak, has been Other matters that might possibly come up for from the rank of Second could not see how any saving about the matter since! his office
Beach, and attached units will summer of 1969, will require ASCS office manager in Wash- local hill requests include "flies and loose dogs" Lieutenant to Cadet Captain.In would be'Involved, the attorney was already performing the assessing
be training at Blanding. improvements at the trainingsite. ington County for the past two that have troubed some county residents in recent his new rank, he will as- said, since the city would have job for the: city He
During this same period, an- Additional bivouac areas years requested the transfer to months. sume the duties of "D" Com- to pay the county tax collector's said the only difference consol-
other 1.900 men-including the will be established, an air defense Bradford County because he pany Commander.A office! a fee for the added work. idation would make in his routine
453rd Transportation Battalion, and mortar firing range wanted to be nearer to his graduate of Bradford High At present, city tax collectionsare would be the eliminationof
of Starke will train at Fort will be constructed, and the .home. CUBB Announces (School, Capt. Hatcher entered handled by the office! of the a separate tax roll for the
Stewart. railroad! spur win: be renovated.The GMC, one of only nine schoolsin City Clerk city. In the event of consolidation
During the period June 1-15. Florida Air National A graduate of Suwanee County the nation that are essentially (In a statement to The Telegraph property owners would receive
Blanding will be the trainingsite Guard conducts its annual field High School Carver says he military! Junior colleges, in Wednesday, County Tax only one tax statement
for 3.000 men from the 53rd training on a year around basis is "Just a farm boy" who "likes Project To Aid September of 1967. He Is the Collector J. R. Kelly said his Instead of two separate statements -
Infantry Brigade, Tampa; the at the Air National Guard Installation agricultural work" and who got() .son of Col. and Mrs, H. M. office! would be entitled to the .as Is the case now.
5Jrd Support Battalion, St. Jacksonville Interna- into ASCS because it is "aboutas Hatcher Jr of Starke, and Is a same four per cent commission Collector Kelly likewise said
Petersburg' : 1st Battalion 124th tional Airport. The Air Guard a close as I could get to asil-: itcphoniore! at CMC. set by law that Is now he had no objections to: consolidation -
Infantry, Miami, and the 3rd plan permits the Florida AirGuardsmen culture without actually farm Needy StudentsCUBB paid by the County Commissionon if his olfice receivedfees
Battalion, 124t.li Infantry, Pan- to complete their ing." county taxes collected. He to cover: the additional expense -
ama City. required two weeks training at Carver went into the administration said, however! that If'a specialact He added that if the

The Florida National Guard any time convenient to them side of agriculture because Executive Director HamptonMen Is passed, the commissionflgul'e ore-statement !system was put
Officer Candidate School will tluoushout: the calendar :year\ he candidly says "I can Ronald W. Sage has announced could be set higher or into effect, property owners
lower than the four cent
.. make more right here." per
money formation of Project "Special would have to pay their total
allowed.)
His salary is $8,744 a year now taxes at the! same time in order
For Employees Assistance for Greater Educa- After further discussion 11 i l
The local ASCS office has tion," designed to combat poverty Held adverseChairman One Wig. to ears' a discount, rather: than
by promoting postsecondary !! paying' the county and city indifferent
about soo farmers on record gins instructed the Clerk to,
education at top level universities I months, as some do
Relaxes and administers about $100.000 write Rep. Shaw advising him
City a year. The program in Washington for poverty level students of the Council's opposition. at present.
County was about double from schools Jin the four- In B&ETerry
- that. Prior to going to Wash- county area CUBB serves (Clay,
Requirement ington County, Carver' received Union, Baker and Bradford). In Counterfeiting
training by working for six All high schools in the CUBB
months in the ASCS office In area have been invited to refer Boatwright and Thorn-
Jasper. poverty level students of high Paladino, both of Hampton
For 'Living I In'The The new manager said he character intelligence, and demonstrated were arrested and charged with Bigham Given
; hopes farmers will come in and academic: ability, to attempting to ransack the Clay'
get acquainted with him and the agency. CUBB will cantact' Electric Cooperative branch office -

City Council Tuesday of his department to live within that he "will try to give themas universities- seek waivers of in Lake City Tuesday Five Years In
; night lifted a policy ban which the limits and would continueto good service as they've had application:; fees, scholarship: .aid! night, Jan. 14.Boatwright .
required (at least on paper) do so because of the need to in the past." and generally promote the ad- has been released
city employes to live within the have fireman on call at all Carver is married and has mission and financial assistanceof under $5,000 bond, while Pala
city limits. times. two children. these students in every pos- duo Is still in Columbia County Federal CourtWilliam
Councilman Gerald Williams It was pointed out that the sible way. Ronald W. Sageer jail, having failed to post a like

brought the matter up, sayingthe Police Department, in order to Sage said, "The failure of amount.

policy should either be enforced obtain men meeting necessary poverty level students to seek education: society loses Paladino was picked-up early' Earl (Bill) Bigham alleged attempt to pick up a
or abandoned, since It qualifications, had one or more City Patrolman and gain the advantages of a potentially : Wednesday, Jan. 15, on High Jr., a Brooker businessman- pay-off of $15,000 in exchangefor
citi-
was a constant source of friction .employes living outside the city higher education perpetuatesthe more productive way 100 near the Union County producer who was convicted on a larger amount in counter
As zen. I am determined that dur-
among city employees. limits. Injured poverty crises our nation line, after deputies discoveredthat counterfeiting charges in Federal felt $10 bills.Blgham .
ing term director
Williams and Councilman City Clerk Merrill Edwardswas Squad Car Wrecked faces. When poverty denies a my as CUBB his description matched court in Jacksonville last and Thrift were ar-

Jimmy McRae both voiced the of the opinion that city capable student access to hlgh- (Continued on Paste Four) that of the owner of a car December, was sentenced Friday rested on August 24, 1965 by U.
opinion that it made no differ- employees, drawing their salar- City Patrolman Pat Henrywas abandoned near the scene of abreakln. Jan. 17, to serve three S. Secret Service agents at a
ence where a city employee ies from the city and also com- treated at Bradford County concurrent five -year sentencesIn Lake City bus station where
lived as long as the distance ing under the city's new retire- Hospital and released fol- Boatwright was arrested at Federal prison. Bigham was accused of goingto
did not interfere with his get ment fund, should be loyal lowing an automobile accidentat his home In Hampton later in Attorneys for Bigham were collect the legitimate cur
ting to work on time, and being enough to live within the city, 7:30: arm Jan. 16, the day following an investigation denied a motion for a new trial rency as payoff money.
on stand-by basis if neces where they would help supportIts in which the Bradford by Judge Charles R. Scott in During the Investigation that
sary. functions through taxes and According to investigating of. County Sheriff's office assisted the Middle Florida District, followed, the agents confiscated
Others said they thought the utility charges. facer Trooper Carson Turlington Columbia County officials Federal Court, in Jacksonville $102,000 In bogus money which
policy, if revised, should require Williams' motion, which was of the Florida Highway Patrol Boatwrlght at first denied his but filed an immediate noticeof had been secreted In a Lake
that city employees at least unanimously approved, lifts the W. E. Flakes, Sr., Keystone i ; Implication, offering as an alibi appeal. A court official said City motel room.
live within the county. "within limits" requirement Heights, was driving the story that he had been with late Friday that Bigham will remain
Williams: said there is considerable but gives department heads the north on the outside lane of U. a a married woman from 9 till 12 free on $20,000 bond pending One of the key witnesses in
dissension among employees authority to require that their S. 301 and Patrolman Henry on the night in question, and outcome of the appeal. the trial was Donald L. West-
because some are now employees live within the city was on the inside lane attempting didn't want to "get her in trou The 46-year-old Bigham was moreland, a Gainesville man
required to live within the olty, limits if the nature of their job to pass.Turlington. ble." He later offered to take convicted on three counts of who, according to U S. Assist-
while others have lived outside makes this necessary. The mo- the officers to the woman's an indictment charging him ant Attorney Joseph W Hat-
the corporate limits for years. tl-n states, however, that city reported that !t home, about eight miles from with conspiracy! to possess and: chett. !Is charged in another
Fire Chief R. C. Buford said employees must live within the Flakes changed lanes and his \ Macclenny to have his story pass counterfeit money, possession counterfeiting case in the North-
automobile struck the squad verified. Florida District of
that he required all employees county. and concealing of counter- ern Federal
car. Flakes was charged with Officers said the woman denied felt Court.
and transfer and sale of
To Probe Costs Improper change of lanes. knowing Boatwright, or
.:Upon request of J. M Ed- Damage to the 1969 Chev- that she had been with him on United counterfeit obligations of the Westmoreland, who Is chargedwith
wards, 'T3r., the Council voted to rolet squad car being driven by Mothers' March Nets $621 the night of the break-in.! : States. possession and passing of
Shelby D, Thrift, 46, of Lake
March of Dimes supply city labor to install Henry, who was on duty at the Boatwrlght then changed his $53.000 in bogus money, testified
drainage pipe .(purchased by Edwards time, was estimated at $400. Bradford-Union County Director J. C, Dukes, Mrs. Duke mind and gave officers what City, a co-defendant in the during the Bigham trial

BenefitBING0 ) at a proposed new sub- Damage to the 1964 Chrysler (center), chairman of the Mothers March, and RubyIcC.IUster! he termed a voluntary \state which case, was ended acquitted December in the 'trial 10. that he had cooperated with
division on SR 100. Councilman driven by Flake was estimatedat the ment acknowledging his role In Federal agents in the Investigation
Ralford vounteer worker, are shown counting receipts from Thrift was accused of acting as
$250. that led to the arrest of
Continued on Pag* Four) successful drive for funds to tight birth defects.' (Continued on Page Four) 'a lookout for Bigham during an Bigham and Thrift.

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Bigham U president of Redl-!

Starke Volunteers Needed For Parole I Corporation mlll Manufacturing, a Brooker and Sales producer i

Elementary ProgramBy I of Integrated feed mills.



Cafeteria Linda stub supervised by two men, Jim boy always kept one aide of against mine and who's going are unwilling to deal with a Denver and Royal Oak Mich.,
Reporter."Law Bloodworth and Peter Marshall his head turnedaway. to believe me., The matter Js probation officler." Bloodworth but Florida Is the first stateto Business District
Telegraph for taken to court and the parolee points out.Volunteers. it statewide basis.
These men are asking your try on a
Friday, Jan. 31 and Order, "Volunteers :help an hour or two a week, Further conversation (and observation wins the case could also help] by Jin Ffci-ida/ it's sailed the March Of Dimes r

Needed." time to be a rind list to and during the talks) revealed encouraging their probation-pa Community Service Program Response Good
7:30: P.M. ,These words fill the head- help these men and women who that one of the toy's These are cases where the role "friends" to go back to and was made possible when the
lines across the nation and Florida often feel that they have no onto eyes was badly Infected and unsightly Probation and Parole Supervisorhas school, or Join Alcholics Anonymous Legislature passed a law in
Food Fun Prizes now has a program which turn to.Talking Surgery removed the been able to help, but Bloo4- or by helping them bud- January 19C8 establishing the Bill Sullivan, chairman of the
combines the Ideas behind these bad eye kept the Infection: from 'worth stresses that volunteers ret their money or find a ob. Department of Community Ser business district solicitation for

words which could Involve the with Bloodworth, one spreading to the other and a are needed because in the first vices. Ray Howard, former chief the March of Dimes, report
This Space Contributed citizens of this area comes away with the impressionthat glass eye Improved the boy's place two men can't begin to "Many of them just. need A IDuval County probation officer! that a ten per cent return during
to Public! so often it OS the little appearance and attitude. The give individual attention to over friend .... they enjoy having heads the 13-county area of the first week alter letters
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Weekly Idea behind this new :programis thing that means a lot. He tells boy gave no more trouble. 100 persons and also because someone to talk to. It gives 'which Bradford, Baker, and were mailed out.
Community Event bj that the help of the "average of a 16-year-old boy who was there is often a communications them some degree of self-coa- Union Counties are part. Ha
Sullivan that 203 letterswere
The CommunityState citizen" .Is needed If those who on probation and on the verge Someone taking. advantageof problem between the Supervisor fldence," the supervisor com will be In charge of the screen- mailed saleS, and 22 have al-
have broken the law are to toe who and the Individual on parole ments. and orientation
of dropping out of school. a man Is on parole and or fag programs. ready been returned, with a to-
Bank salvaged and helped M thai the man mentions it to Blood- probation Anyone interested in volunteering tal of $289.50 la contributions.

Accounts now liutontd they too may becctne part of), Conversation! with the boy revealed worth. Investigation reveals Volunteers would be screenedand to participate In this He expressed hope that all business
up to 115,000 tyFederal the "order" that even when he was that the man on paroleIs "Some of these people who are receive a short (two to program should contact the local and professional peopls
Deposit la.. In Bradford Baker and Union In school! tie spent much of his right the other person U on parole are somewhat institutionalized four hours) orientation program. Parole and Probation Commission receiving letters would respond
Counties i14: persons are on time hiding in the restroom. breaking the law But the parolee's when they get out, and! This volunteer Idea Is not a office at the courthouse. to the appeal aa soon u pos.
ance Corp. probation or parole;- ,they are Bloodworth noticed too that the attitude Is "It's his word out of fear and mistrust they new one; it has been tried in. Telephone number la 8OW1 sible.



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,;lU ', I7 'L of Chamber conference room R
: Chamber Members List 'Hot' ItemsBy for local meetings: (3)) Due to t
aF ;: a number of complaints/ received ;
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W Linda Staab ing items (The Chamber used continue support of promotions gram of training fox the needs It has been:! suggested that a :
Telegraph Reporter these responses to draw up Its regarding agricultural pio- of local Industry; <121 Assist Better Business Bureau be established -
program of work for 1969.) ducts." Bradford County .schools( insponsoring as a service oJ the ':
While a crystal ball is not of Education-Busi Chamber" vg. ,
:Mr. and Mrs. E. I*. Matthewsand A group of 33 from the MadI-- Rev and Mrs. R. E. Cecil standard equipment for a newspaper Surprises came not from Industrial Development "tl) ness Day." This third Item moved fromnumber .
Mrs. John (Miller and child- son Street Baptist Church attended and daughter, Sheridan, of a peek Into the minds the answers to the questions Sponsor economic developmentunder
ren visited Weekl-W aches: the Billy Graham Evangelist Baltimore, Md. are visiting Mr. of citizens Is always Interestingand which the Board cf Governors the Governor's CUP Program Governmental Affairs "((1)) six In the questionnaire "
number three In
and Mrs. W, R. presented to the Chamber's 212 (Community Utilization ot to the Programof
Springs on Sunday. Conference at the Tangerine Richardson. sometimes gives an Indication Continue to Inform businessmenof
Mrs Mike Jancslk of Fleet- Bowl in Orlando last Thurs Mr. and Mrs. L. N. PickerIng of things to come. members (about 20 or 25 per Potential ((2)) "Provide assistance Important and pending national Work. approved by the Chamber ,

wood.N. C., Mrs A. J. Craftof day eight. Cars with: passengerswere spent the weekend with Dr. cent answered) but from the to existing: local Industry and local legislation; '
Walstonburg N. C.. and Mrs. driven by Mr and Mrs. A. and Mrs M. J. Pickering in Gazing Into the questionable items which Wet'evl.ltten at the where possible." Work closer with our elected Speaking: of the Chamber durIng : .

Vernon Middleton of Atkinson.Ga. -We Gaylord Jr., Mr. were Saturday ,visitors of Jimmy Blalock( Mrs. D. L. Edith Christiansen and the Starke-Bradford County which had not been mentionedIn noted that the Board of county" "We've had more support this ."..'
Mrs. W IE. Middleton. Thomas. 'Rev. and Mrs Denton Mrs L. W. Strickland spent Chamber of Commerce The the questionable. Governors had received many Retail Merchants Division year than In any previous year.

John Towner of Waldo has Sumrall and Mr. ned Mrs. C. !E. Tuesday night with their sister, Telegraph noted some surprls- Some members apparentlyfelt complaints concerning the bus ( ) effort on Maybe it's because we've achieved ,'

been admitted to the Starke Scott. Tony Griffith and JamesE. (Mrs. Pearl Colson in Green enough Interest about seven and trucking facilities and ser- modernization of store front a better understanding! of .
Nursing Home. Akridge drove a van ..01 Cove Springs. Mrs. Mike O'Brien and song of matters to write about( them vices into and out of the county and interiors in the central what the Chamber Is about In :. .
Mr. and Mrs. :N. P. Fylnn teenagers.Mr Mr. and Mrs. L. N Pickering Winchester Va. are residing at even though the Items were not and this topped the list In this business district of Starke and any community the Chamber Is
,and sons of Jacksonville will and Mrs. R. 0 Dansbyand have been beseiged with telegrams the home of her parents, Mr. part of the questlonalre and category: ; in the questtonairs. ether communities located in concerned with anything that ,". ..
move to Crystal Lake Homesltes Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson telephone( calls and letters and Mrs T. H. Slade, for nine these Items are now part of the However when returns were the county: (2) Continue to affects the citizens of the com
on Saturday.Mrs. visited E. E. Tanner Sr in from friends and relatives weeks while Mr. O'Brien Is Chamber's program of action compiled, this Item dropped sponsor Improve and enlarge munity.:
Jessie Mae Brannen of Alachua General Hospital( on from all over the country after attending school\: Newton, i'a' for( this year; although It must from first: to fourth on the list upon our annual Christmas Par. Novak also noted that while
Bartow, AF.1 .Ardell Brannen Sunday. seeing their son Dr. (Mike Attending the Methodist Bis- be stressed that all are at the ade:' most of the members are businessmen -
of Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand Pickering, on the National CBS hop's Convocation In the Civic bottom of the seven;! categories Education (D I Cooperatewith and have organizational -
Ala., and Mrs. Thomas Brown Mr. ,and Mrs G. S. Brown TV newscast televised by Hey- Auditorium In Jacksonville Sunday listed. our Bradford-Union Vocational Chamber Sel'vices-"cl( ) Pro memberships, about( 45 "
and Mr. and Mrs (Lynn Hall of spent Thursday to Sunday at ward Braun Saturday night Dr. night were: Rev. and !Mrs. Technical Education vide monthly newsletter to members have individual! meinr...
Pickering took part in the Gatorade and daughter In the Governmental Affairs Center to help to provide a pro membership; (2)) Pl'ovide1.5e\ .
Hampton: will be Sunday dinner Calloway Gardens In Pine Mountain D. T. Parstbee bershirs. ."
visited Miss drink telecast in the In- Mrs. 'H. H. (Adams category, five unexpected !Items - -
guests Brannen of Mr.on and Mrs.Mrs Brannen's Raleigh Joyce( Ga.Denmark They' also at LaGrange terview with Dr. Robert Cadeof Mrs.Fayanne.J. R. Wainwright Mrs. popped up (and appear as the ............................

the University of Florida. last five of t 10 items listed In
Poster
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birthday. .College In LaiGrange Ga. Odessa Mitchell Mrs
Mrs. Josephine David of Baldwin Mrs. Roman (Alvarez and Attending the AFL All-Star Shi Smith Mrs. H. M. Richard, this category: "11)) work toward YOU: CAN :
game at the- Gator Bowl on obtaining a low rental housing : COUNT ON.
Is visiting Sen. and Mrs. children returned to their homein Mrs. E. K Perryman, Mr. and .
for all ((2i'
Sunday afternoon were Mir. program races; encourage
Warren Mich. on Saturday Mrs. Charles C. Johns, Miss
Charley Johns for( several days. ,
and consolidation of all
and Mrs. V. J. Spengler ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker after two( weeks with Mr. ,and Madge Middleton, :Mrs. Ruth :
daughter Debbie, Mrs. Emma Government Bradford( County
Mrs. Rufus .Alvarez and Mr. Frazler, and Mrs Charles ?
Mr. V'
and family of Cocoa spent the
Badman, Mr .and Mrs. Bill (Starke, Biookcr, Lawtey and :
and Mrs. Joe Starling.Mr. Mr. and 'Mrs George
weekend with Mr. Graham Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hampton ;
C. Wells and family. and Mrs H. B. Hamilton Strickland and children and Huggins, Mr and Mrs. Henry V
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weldon : visited Dicky EdmondsonIn Joey Bakken Godwin, Mrs. George RobertsSr. ((3)) "Work toward relieving IM .
and family of Jacksonville!: ( and the Lake City V. A. Hospital Strickland of Wildwood .. Mrs W. H. Edwards Sr. situation of Seaboard Coastline ..
Mrs L. W. .
Mrs. Gladys Weldon( were Sunday on Saturday.Mr. Is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Enza Blanchard, Bill Kelly. Railroad crossing being block :
dinner guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Stoner of (IMrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. Edith Mrs Titus Olson, Jan and. Tim, ed by trains for long periods of .. .
Mrs Jack McComb Ocala were weekend guests of for two weks. Thompson, Mary Ann and Jan time; ((4) Work toward( getting '.
Christiansen,
Mr. and Mrs. p, D. LrOudon Mr .and Mrs. George W. Brown Miss Ginger Baldwin was! Graudon, Darlene Hobbs( Doyle lower rates In City of Starke .
Sr of Tampa and Mrs. Frank Mrs Myrtle AdkIns of Jack- hostess to the BHS VarsityCheerleaders and Tim Crews Ginny Patz, electricity! and (51 Encourage: :'y'7 .
Weaver ot Williston were .weekend sonville Is .visiting her sister Jimmy ,and Nan Tomllnson. municipalities within! the coun- 4 A
at a slumber party: -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. E. L. Crawford( this week. Friday night following the BHS. Debbie Davenport, Sonny Lou- ty to add fluoridation to water :
T. Jackson. They also had .as 'DP-1 R A. Wiggins who has Park basketball. don and Martha Struth. supply as an aid in preventing
'Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. been home on 30 days leave, left Orange Vasooe V. Hazen underwent game. Local admittances to Bradford tooth decay" +

E. c. Vaughn and family of :Saturday to return to( his base in In Alachua. County Hospital this week .
Monday
Jacksonville (Naples, Italy for nine months( surgery include: Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy In the Industrial Development
General Hospital. !His brother, .
category and the Educationcategories !
: 4
.Gary Hamilton and Jimmy further duty. Henry LaPorte Alonzo Goodge
remains in the
!Marvin Hazen
Mrs. Ruby V, Williams, Mrs. members added one' .
Douglas of FSU were home
for the weekend. Mrs. H. T, Smith and (Mrs. Gainesville Medical Center for Linda Lawson, Kirby T. Crews. item each: "work toward es- + i

Mrs Arthur Holliday Jr. of Ruby Wolfe of Santa Fe are tests Mrs. Juanita ,Smith, Claude tablishing a raJtoad; siding to .
in SN (SU) John Spengler, who load( "Piggyback"
visiting Mrs. Trellie! Cheshire Brown, Thomas Russell, 'Mrs. eight, and
Beach .
Pompano( spent Friday to
Porrano Beach for two has been on a three months "invite young people to sit lu 4 .
Mrs Beatrice '
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. A, M. W. Cressler .
months. duty cruise to Spain, Is homeon on Chamber meetings." f. .
N. Holliday.; Roberts( and James E. Craw.ford
two weeks leave before returning -
'" - --.I'1"i ".1.-.... to his base at New all of Starke; Raleigh Din- As for wJiat the majority! 4 "VIC" VICKERY *
- nUon and Mrs Bessie Browning think about the state;! of Bradford

:: 3L London were Mr.visiting,and Conn.Mrs.Mr. and Robert Mrs.Green Jim- of ams Raiford, Mlddleburg; Mrs. ;Valdosta Mrs. Fran-Ad- which County the Chamber and the of work Commerce in Sales Manager at Terwillegar Motors, to steer you to : @

cis Hook, Lake Geneva? Mrs. .should be Involved dur 4 the Best Des! in
SALE pf my Rowe and family In San- a New Ford or An A-I Used Car. You .
; Katie Padgett and Mrs. Gladys ing 1969, here are the top two( .
ford J. E over Hitchcock the weekend.Is a patientIn Bennett of Lawtey; Union David or !three items listed in each Can Choose From 52 New Fords and 21 Used Cars. .
Liszt rrho-
Dyal, Hamptcn; Mrs. category
Riverside Hospital Jackson Mrs Mary V. Dukes and He Invites e
mas you to come in Today!
ville. Mrs. Marlon Parrish, Lake Butler Agriculture "(11 Broaden
'Dr. and Mns.D.//W. Whlffen attended -
support and promotional
efforts
and Mrs. Janice Coarsey.
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33113 % the executive board meet. Keystone Heights. of the annual County Fair; <12'> i ..
lags of the Florida Optometrlc ::
!Association and Auxiliary In

OFFSpecial Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. NEW1TjKbS Starke Plaza Open Al! Day Everyday
Garl (Mathews is in the / ) Fri. and Sat. Until 7 P.M. ::
Gainesville Medical Center for .
observation and treatment. .

Group of Charles Sawyer was In Tallahassee iI' '

Woolens attending last Thursday the State and Depart-Friday / \/ SALE! I

Slacks'ISlack ment of Education orientation f JX :
tot( school board members.
Sets

Cocktail Dresses Mr and Mrs. E. P. 'Shealy of HEAVY DUCK .

e Atlanta were Sunday to Wednesday ,
t. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. SPORTSWEARFABRIC ALUMINUM
C Ritch and attended the fun i
\ ;
eral of their aunt, Mrs. Ida /0'
49ei cuclvO Dekle, in Lake Butler Tuesday "
o afternoon.

Westgate Shopping Center
3307W. Rev, Charles H. Allen of Corryton. I
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pastor here was last $1 yd i
Tuesday overnight guest of Mr 5 ..
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and Mrs B. C. Holtzendorf( Sr value "..
I Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Krideiof yd '..
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Of Interest To. Altar Society
Plans GettogetherAfter .ee I ...eeeeeee...

., AS A SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER-
Sunday MassOn

WOMEN ,
y Sunday, Jan. 26, after the FLEXNIT WILL PAY YOU UP TO
9:15: a.m. Mass St. Edward's
i ir' Altar Society will have a "Get-
Gladys Mooty: Phone 9647608 ** together" in the Parish!; Hall.

Mr. And Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair HonoredAt All parishioners are cordially $2.01
I Mr. and:l Mrs. 'WhiteHold Invited. Refreshments will be
Farewell Dinner By Prison Employees provided for the children, and
Opn HousIn coffee for adults. TO TRY ONE OF THESE

The Community Clubhouse at Dinner and dance music was New Horne < the State Farm was the setting furnished by the Inmate band of i attended the Day of Recollection i REMARKABLEGIRDLES
1 i for a farewell buffet dinner the Institution.L. Mr. and Mrs. Olln W. White recently held in Lake City
. party last Friday night honoring Jr. entertained at open houseIn
L. Eplhany Church. Speaker for
Wainwright made the
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sin their new home on N. Lake the occasion was Rev. FatherA. I
presentation of a diamond studded
clair. Hosts on this occasion Street last Sunday afternoon, .
. cuff links and tie clasp to O. Griffin. C. S. Sp., at present
were employees, of the State from 3 to 5 o'clock for the: em ": attached to St. Edward's
, Mr. Sinclair and two matching w
Prison ployees of Koch's Drug Store 4wi.
table ]lamps to Mrs. Sinclair. 'i Church. .
and invited /
guests.
Mr. Sinclair is retiring as .
warden of the prison and he Mr. Sinclair was also presen Permanent arrangements of t
and :Mrs. Sinclair plan to make ted with a scrap book made by seasonal flowers and greenery ,U, MYF Retreat
their future home In the Inmate school of Mr. Sin were used in decorating, and, "{ e-t" -- Moultrie
Held
At
Ca. clair's prize dogs which he has twin green and bronze arrangements J Camp As seen on
kept at the Farm. were placed at each .ta On SuwanneeTen
Standing in the receiving line end of the mantel. The tea
were Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Of the approximately 300 table In the dining room was r"I TV
members of the Method.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hassfurder, guests who attended betweenthe covered with a white lace cloth f ; ...
I ist Junior Hi MYF had
a retreat
and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wain- hours seven and nine o' centered with a blue and white ,
Friday night and all day
clock those:: from outoftownwere 4s ADJUST-A-THIGH
wrlght. permanent arrangement.
The ladies in the receiving ., v: 3,t. Saturday at the Montgomerycamp
line were presented! with : Mrs. Paul Hutchins poured \ by FLEXNIT
the Suwannee River
on
orchid corsages. punch from a crystal bowl at !.' '. < adjusts to fit
Mr. and Mrs L, L. Wainwright, near Mayo
one end of the table and Mrs. 4'k
your very own
Jim director Supt. and Mrs. L. W. ,
Tompkins made the presentation Robert Barksdale poured coffee
The thIgh size...
Griffith Philip Shuford Thomas W 4 group enjoyed recrea --
of out-of-town guests L. Wade of Tallahassee from a silver service at the flan, .hiking and study period x comfortably.
and Rev. J. S. Tompkins :
gave other end.Garden.
s' .. during the outing. They
the invoc"tlon. Supt and Mrs L. E. Duggar of were .
Sumter; Supt. and Mrs Carrie accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ,
The mantel in the receptionhall Curlee and Capt. and Mrs. W: Club'The Miss Blitch To Wed Mr. EdmondsonMiss Don Hardenbrook sponsors JI
Rev. D. T. Fat'abee I
was centered with an arrangement E. McMillan of Lake Butler: Mrs. Nel
of orchids surrounded Supt. and Mrs Herbert C. Kelley Starke Garden Club will! Claudia Ann Blitch mondson of Black Mountain, son Green and Bill! Kelly

by magnolia leaves, with pot. Supt. and Mrs. R, B. Guynn meet Monday Jan. 27. at 7:30: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. be N. C., formerly of ''Starke will: -- I
ted orchids at each end. The and :Mrs. Annie Bell Mitchell p.m. at the home of Mrs. L. L. Blitch of Jackson Miss., and Veterans united in marriage In the
.head dining table held a centerpiece Assistant Superintendent of Fullwood. Richard Elliott Edmondson in Administration Chapel
of white orchids. The U- Lowell; Max Hasgerty and Rev.J. son of Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Ed- 24.Lake City on Friday Jan. aU alMMdJh0'fb l

shaped buffet table was cen T. Tompkins of Gainesville! Beta Sigma Phi
tered by a sliver relish!; tray and other guests from various '-- -- '

holding red and white turnip institutions. Beta Sigma Phi! sorority will Bradford Hospital Bridal Shower e
roses and was garnished with meet Monday Jan. 27, at 8
radish roses and carrot curls.1ntersrerscd Flowers and corsages for the p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. C. Auxiliary Plans Monday Night

with parsley. At occasion were furnished by the Stephens 1363 Bland.ng Street. Booth At FairThe For Miss DobbsMiss BYNANCY'S ..,
end of the
one table was a prison Horticulture Depart. Mrs. Freddie Stephens will be FLOWERS BACKAID -
sheet cake topped with a replicaof meet hostess with Mrs Over-
Grady Hospital Auxiliary discussed Beth Dobbs whose marriage by FLEXNIT
the
Institution;; street as co-hostess. plans for a booth at the to Eddie Reynolds of Chi p- FLOWERS USED eases your

County Fair In March .at the ley will be an event of Saturday FOR FOOD! aching back...

general meeting Monday night Jan. 26, at the First\ Baptist t Spices are a part of every good beautifully

STUMPS WINTER held.In the Methodist FellowshipHall. Church Raiford was the inspiration cook's recipe They are actually d
for a bridal shower Mon adding plants or flowers tof
Mrs. J. W. Ritch president,
day night in the recreation hall <, .they cook.
stated the Auxiliary has under of the First Christian!; Church. es are act-
taken the project of having the wally
Hostesses
were Mrs. Harold taken from
E ofa 'and chair in! the emergency Crawford, Mrs. Duane, Dykes f: lift different parts of

o Sp entrance of the ;hospital reupholstered Mrs. A. M. Jones Mrs Paul 'l,the various W -'ll make It worth your while to try one.You can't
Kish Mrs Judy Hanson, Miss .5(' For
plants. ex-
/ = ''Mrs, Ben .(Baker was admittedto .Verba Jones, and Mrs ErnestPhillips. ; Sample, cloves lose. Buy one now at up to$2.01 off.If not completely

0 the Auxiliary as a new mem 4' come from the satisfied, return for full valu0.Askyourmfofadyforlff.
ber.= Mrs. L. K. Whitehead, A pink and white color sch "' j bud cinnamon

Candy Striper, .sponsor sent ina eme was carried out In decors r\\ from the bark / / .d.'1aff$
report stating the group had ing. A bride's cake and bride and nutmeg .
pepper when make iefeef/on./
Ladies received many letters from :servicemen doll you your ;
and Girls centered the refreshment from the fruit. Ginger is
in Vietnam for the table.
taken from the root and mus
Clui&tmos boxes sent to men Games ,,were played during tard is from the seed.
DRESSES !in December New members the evening and !prizes were won You will etlll see spices grown
joining the Car.dy Stripers are: by Mrs. T. T. Long Miss BethDobbs by many individuals in their own
Dianne Thomas, Rhonda Stokes, STumpsDEPARTMENT
and .
Mrs. Buddy Adams. gardens throughout( our country.We
Elaine Leach Faye Prevatt,
One hundred guests were in choose only the loveliest
Olive Ann Bubic Mavjorle: vited to call between the hours and most colorful flowers( for our
SPORTSWEAR FU-mlns Sarah Regan, and
Kathie Lapps. 7:30: an 10 o'clock.MIKE customers. Every floral ar
rangement we has our
A motion was made to donate prepare STOREThePenny
GIRLS $7.50 to the high !school toward special attention. Call us when
and MARXJCA
LADIES need flowers.
thelr ..annual ,award program IN HONOR SOCIETY 'you ..................
paying tribute to outstanding
SHOES !students.E. Michael: 'Maruca son of Mrs. eeeeeeeee'...................
F. Saunders, hospital administrator Nctta( Starling of Starke, has -

thanked the Auxiliary been installed as a. member of
for the Christmas tea Sigma Delta national honorary .

given In December at the hospital physical education fraternity at N, .
honoring staff members. Murray State University :In Kentucky dd
.lie also said the Auxiliary will .
be given a .store room. in the A physical education major .
OFFStump's new annex.During with minors in business and!: k
the social hour Mrs.O. military science Maruca Is a .
W. White Jr., social chairman member of the Murray State .
and her committee served University varsity football team
refreshments. and the M Club. He is also a .

member of Sigma. Chi social
fraternity. ,, .
Recent Births .

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Allen Par sj 't, .
af
rlsh! of Lake Butler announcethe First Federal

birth of a son on January Reports Gams .
18 in Bradford County Hospital.Mr. f r 5c ,Y ruwr .
Store and Mrs Alan Gundlach In Past YearMore ,
Dept. of Chicago 111., announce the .
birth of a son Douglas Alan on than $143,500 was credit.
.
January 7, The maternal grandmother ed to savers' accounts during
is Mrs. Pearl Normanof IOCS by First Federal Savings .

Waldo. & Loan Association of Starke ass
some $23,500 more than In the sy f, ';r .
previous year, according to B. i I '
sf .
"Ott F. Mizell Jr., president of the a
t/apw"
ti/ MAC BALDWIN local institution. .

"The association enjoyed a
.
good year of growth despite
LADI1-E 5 AND I; CRACKED 1T5, Sof11NNY A! HA !J.4AW.' 7NAT5 M6, HEY, you many factors adversely affecting .
6tN'I'-t.E-MEN! A RIB X BU5YE.D T=0LK5! SYARYY01'VEsNEAKED general business conditions !
/ LALfGHING! MY-8R-GIRTLEf BALDWIN AND DON'Y HEXr"A ," Mizell said in his y.earend'l'ep01't. .
PREVIEW- FORGET 'M W>:EK! .
WHAT IS YOUR / A REAL sp R>:D r .
CHEYROLET evidence
xuNStaL -O1DS y As of its growth
veRDcY ?
1 ( since being chartered in 1964
'PR-e..S'EN"fs: ACAR..OON First Federal recently broke
s STRIPa ground for its new home on W. Pinchers! i

EVERY WEEK' IM s Madison Street, and it la hoped
THE LOCALPAPEERt that the building will be ready
e ,", E! EE.' for occupancy around the mid
i f L 'FJA."fURING; HEROOTTO dIe of April. : NOT US 4

I aSo; s,1 .. }1II "As of Dec. 31, 1968. First .
i HAPpY Federal's assets were $3,593- : 4
HUMOR 861.67, as compared to $3,038-
ITIJP5.V>
'
t WOUV1" INC 393.57 at the end of 1967" Mt- ; a" : But We Do Squeeze A :
zell said. "This represents an


NOW A DOUBLE-BARREL SALE report dollars.increase Other"were" of highlights:over half of a Mlzell's million Dollar :


-Mortgage loans during 1969 First Federal Pays 4
totaled $3,157,724.59 as compared

COIN NOhr with 2668344.64 on Dec. 31,
1967!! -an Increase of $489,379.00. 4
Savings account at year's MORE

[ [ end totaled 320328860. an Increase
of $443.034,50 over tha& .
bbO9J total at the close of 1967.

1/Y/ Qq) MAT SERVICE SCHEDULE On Savings :


CATHOLIC ChurchesST. .

__ EDWARD'S. Starker '. ....s.I ..... .
,
and Loan '...'. ....'
Savings S s
Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. .

Thursday Mass! 6:30: p,m.Mleaculous .
S. 301 PHONENORTH : Medal Novena: .... .

964.7500 Saturday, 7 p.m. ASSOCIATION OF STARKE .

', 218 N. Are. .
/ ST. WILLIAM'S: Keystone Temple Phone 964-5000

Heights .

Sunday ;Mass, 9 a.m.

STARKE, FLORIDAU. 7 Wetnesday p.m. :Mass Si Novena : Where You Save Does Make :


I ST. MARY'S Macclennys A Difference.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ;
Sunday Mass 11:30( a.m.

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proposed subdivision and other Mother's March Sage Describes Moonshine CaneTranferred liminary examination.At Starke.
conducted by Brad- '
Council Men Held the examination on the Raid was
City areas In the vicinity.. Several assisted
cminctlmen expressed:reluctanceto CUBB Activities afternoon of Jan. 14, Bennett ford sheriff's deputies )

Relaxes' Rule vote on the matter until costs InB&ECasc Nets Profit At Rotary ClubThe To Circuit CourtCase waived and appointment a preliminary of counsel hearing, members by state beverage of the U.agents S. Alcohol and
were determined end appointed
Division,
Tax
,anti Tobacco
(Continued from Page One? Clerk Edwards. Utilities Director Mothers March against Ronald W. Sage, executive of Bobby Eugene Bennett and bond was set at 1000.
[Continued From Page One Birth Defects wa termed highly The 33-year-old Reno resident
Oscar Davis and SurveyorM. director of the Clay. Union. : charged with possession of
P. T. NoUn abstained from vot-, O. McMillan to make estimates successful by the chairman. Bradford and Baker Counties a moonshine still and posses- was arrested on Jan. 14 ADD MACHINE ROLLS,
because he said tee streets and .report: back to the the Lake City case. :Mrs. J. C. Dukes with a totalof Economic Association: was guest sion of mash has been sent to near:: a 270-gallon capacity still File Folders complete line _(-
ing next meeting. According to his statement. $621.68 collected (In the house speaker at the Starke Rotary Circuit Court following a pre located just off the Brownlee floe .uppllf..-The Telegraph.
which pip is to be la-:
across Boatwright went to Faladino'shome to house canvassi. Club describingCUBB'S Road 5 1-4 miles northwest of Fh (44-. ...
In other action the Council: Wednesday
,stalled, had not yet been deededto
the city and DO plan for the tee Delegated to get cost the estimates1 same commit.of a Tuesday.In Hampton Jan. 14.about when 7 p.m.the to Mrs.all Individuals Dukes expressed: wfco gave thanks of In Bradford services County.and programs ...........00A..04..0..O.O...... I

subdivision had been filed. Lake City Job was planned.He in volun- 1
proposed sewer line extension la their time and effort ins speech emphasized the e.;
Edwards also requested that' said that he and Paladino teering to work in this phase of agency's Head Start programs ,tic
an eight-Inch sever line be in Southgate Subdivision .s requested arrived at the Clay Electric of. the March of Dimes drive. She Neighborhood Service Center ....

stalled by the city to; .service the champ. by It also builder denied Albert a requestby Long- fice about 9 p.m. find parkedthe expressed special appreciation projects a recently formulated 1 T..*

subdivision developer W T. car about 200 yards away. to the District Captains who, organized housing program and InterestIn 1 -'>'.'
"We went to the west side of their own collecting: attracting new Industry to a:J
Jackson that the city deed backto
the fence that surrounds the office committee: Mrs. Gene Tanner. the area served by CUBB. SAVINGS J1
him
property designated as a and climbed over" Boat Mrs. George Loper Mrs. Joyce -;"
Sage placed particular emphasis POP UP AGAIN
playground for Scuthgate residents

wright said. "We threw the Chambers :Miss Doris Spengler. on the point that CUBB .;!
since the city bad made, and sledge :hammer ONFVURLANESJ! .
crowbar Mrs. Wayne WhUfen. and Mrs.C. is not a "give away" program :
no effort to Improve the site. the fence ahead of us." for Starke Mrs. :iiiJ
over C. Anderson ; but rattier one to get people i
Gave:' taxi owner Brciward according to Boat- Mrs. ."
Then Deanne Brown, Hampton; working off the Welfare rolls e
Akrldge permission to raise taxi wright. they maneuvered over :Bobby Dyal, Brooker; Mrs. Ru- and turn "tax-eaters" Into taxpayers 1
rates 10 cents in each zone to a window on the west side by (McAllister. Raiford; Mia. ,"
(from 35c to 450 in old city limits of the building: "After we Abby Massey. Mrs. Kappelan After the meeting Sage com 'i'

and from 4Sc to 55c within broke the window we got Mrs. Peggy Edwards and Mrs. mented. "I was encouraged and
new limits). Akrldce had already scared and ran back and Iva Jean Harrell Lawtey. Inspired by the Interest and I T',
raised the rates, sayinghe climbed the fence and got back J. C. Dukes county director concern the club demonstratedIn :
was not aware that under his outside. We sat in the bushes of the March of Dimes reports the area's poverty program. .; ,
franchise the city must first by the fence until we decidedto that the Middle School Softball The Rotarians are to be com- .
aEIIC9$ -1 1skis' give its approval. go back Inside." game was highly successful anda mended for their devoted and
-Heard Councilman Nolta report Boatwright said they gained riot of fun.'The teachers pitted unselfish ,service to the com \
mow that changes In police assignments entrance through the window. themselves against the "un munity. They're a great group."
; In school zones were "We both went into the build derdog" students, and battled *k1 1 .
f.diw working out fine.Councilman ing, went Into the safe and their way to the! tune of $132 y
McRae reportedSRD looked through some filing cab for the dimes drive. Bill King Neighbors
approval on a proposed inets." But they didn't find was caairman of this event. My

$AafsirsraN4Kvcahld traffic light at US 8M and Washington any money. Coming events Include "Cof- a o
St.. but said the light "We were nearly out of the fee Day" to be held Tuesday.Jan. I \\ .M.....I I

t t would cost over 5000. No one building when a police car 28. with Mrs. Harold God- ; ,::-0
f y s euggested where needed funds came up." he continued. "Tom win as chairman. All coffee ", .

k::- (would come from. (Paladin) ran to the back sales by local drug! stores and K.""""...
[_ -Agreed to call for bids on fence and went over it, and Iran restaurants on this date will be '" :',
.1,500 feet of gas pipe requestedby < to the west fence. I heard- donated to the Birth. Defects ,' 1SSTMT '19 3 'rrj
When Insurance
that
pays only the officers'shout and then I .,
hospital bills just Isn't encuQii: Oscar Davis Campaign ? .wTM
Medi-Cash/ tides you over with cash -Received inquiry from the heard a shot. On Friday Jan. 31, Richard j
to keep things going. For details Bradford County .Volunteer Fire "By this time I had gotten Jockel will head up a bingo
on Medi-Cash health Insurance Department as to availability of over the fence and I just ran," game in the Starke Elementary
from State Farm give me a call. for Boatwright declared. It was apparently Cafetorium. The public is cordially Llvsi' Tpr
city property use as a county -
his tracks that a blood. invited to come Join the
fire station.: It was suggested
location hound from the Hamilton County fun and at the same time help ',:
that would be
a possible
sherlif's department followed \ -,
county-owned property at the toward the March of Dimes "Your mom's a comedian, t.
until the trail was lost later
.
against Birth! Defects n.Persons "
ST.n rAAM new county courthouse too I see-
that night.
-Set .a special meeting for 7p.m. I
Boatwright said he finally
AIN.UIANC Is tonight (Thursday) to came to a house and made a 62 Years Or Older .-

/ \ I study the new audit report. collect call to the home of his '" I

mother-in-law In Hampton. Should Apply For Benefits ;: ;

New Project "She got my wife on the phone 'I Falrlin 2-Door I
II and I told her to come to Lake N.rdtepwlh, Pop-optlan 4
and You do not have to be completely .......
City pick me up. Some people In Bradford
AnnouncedBy
retired to receive Social v
County are Social Security
losing
benefits according to T. C. Security benefits A person's Now In Ford Country! Special package prices on Falrlane Hardtops :

Merritt Williams CUBB universities that have recently Watson Bradford County SocialSecurity yearly earnings and the determinehow number with popular options. Special Fords, Mustangs, Falcons tool! .:
of months he works
expressed interest In attracting representative. many checks he will receive On Mlrl.iM Hlrdton. Ile .Vlnjl." ClIo......MO HannW. f.,pt.VInyl) Oi Mne IN lit T.o low O. tM'| HirdtaM >.. fit /Hood "
117 WALNUT ST. Continued From P8 One poverty level applicants, particularly ..."., tool Dull, riclni mirrors .ot trim, Bust .hoer ",. moldlnfs' Mint' .W_ow....Wind li,_,. .,>clop Spicul, t/1 wh.HwalliKeeint .
Phone 964-5391 from areas not well represented These are people right hereIn .. "" Itrlp. Dtluu' uriMl I sown ..Dim, ".."t..rln.|.rt 001 .WnitvnlK,. Inn. Full uipMml. .leant ttnp ..MHMl Bull, ne'.1 mlrron, Accmt Oi'ftMKIUMlIt '
Full uiMUni WhMl comra 351 or 590 V llr omnoondillonini .
will do all within its power to In their student body the county who could be receiving tinted plusTerwillegar" I
old
STATE FARMMutual prevent this waste of potential." (such as Clay Union Baker Social Security benefits older A person should 62 contact years the Social or "

Sage mentioned Harvard. and Bradford Counties). but they have not filed for
Office at 136 N. Temple
Automobile Insurance Co. Yale. Princeton Vassar, Rad- insists that any 62 years old Security
The Director them. If a person
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Ho nu Office: Bloonimgton, Illinois Avenue for complete Infor
State Farm la all you needto cliffe. Smith Columbia, .Rutgers similarity between the proJect know about Insurance. and Georgetown as several name and his own Is purely less than $1.680! per year he
of .the nation's top level coincidental. may be entitled to receive Social ;
Security checks each month.
r e IVGQQ If he is earning more than $1,- CARD OF THANKSWe
Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union
680 per year, he may stlU be wish to express our
entitled to some checks for the thanks to all ol our friends and Counties.

year It all depends on how those of John H. Powell for ,
much you earn. Social Security their many acts of kindness 206 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7200 Starke Fla. ,

I'' '" will pay a person a check for the beautiful cards and flowers .

'0 Dining 'With Us Is A Treat For The any over month$140 or he render does not substantial earn lent death.all-during Mr. and his Mrs.illness L.and G, The place you've got to go to see what's going on t ,41

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LOCATIONTELEGKAPH ?adcoc.6 ?r/J1 T Iew Ryhf" LO'Hl'i?::: 4R1CES\ t ck.ab".h.d EASfEeI TERMS:: 1Jarn C.,. .f taad?

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128 S. WALNUT ST.. BILL WILSON. OWNER PHONE 964-5289 _

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BHS Rallies To Beat Tigers 79-67; FARM AND RANCH


... By George T. Huggins

+ w t ., j COUNTY AGENT

Orange Park Shades Starke 49-46 "' ', Agricultural Extension Service]



The Bradford Tornadoes ..... ..-. ...., ..... ... .. .... ........... i.
Park's Raiders shad seen In the last three seconds,
staged one of the most amazing Orange
the CORN PLANTING time wUl cation that many
which were put back on requires as
come- frombehind victories ed Bradford High 49-46 in a
clock Orange Park brought the goon be here. Our Florida Agricultural different skills, as agriculture.
Florida Star Conference basketball
>in
ever achieved their 79-67! victory
over Lake City Tuesday .'.!':.. :,::: :..,.., ... ''I game 1n Orange Park Friday ball In and Charlie Attaway was Experiment Station Young men who were rearedon
.
:.,.. \ ( ::),;tl .. fouled He scored the final freetluow each year has about 20 or moredifferent
..
,
night, after being down 16 \ h t' { r.. '1 d 1 night Jan 17 end 49- varieties of field corn the farm have an interest
points, 42-25. at the half ':.;:*.1 (.' )ilJ (; In a game In which both making the game In their test plots. New varieties In staying on the farm know
46 Park.
,
Orange
''' .' teams off form the lead
The Tornadoes almost matched ,' \\ : '': were Florida that supplemental study of
the Tigers point far point in ; (".:.'. ';'\ see-sawed back and forth until The Tornadoes actually lost are on test under technical practices and methods
\\\i\ ? : arF ti+ the in the third period growing conditions more than
: game t
: seconds.
the first quarter of play after ; iAscore iA/;} / the final Many Tornadoeshad Starke when outscored 12-6 by the Raid Just one year before a variety >is necessary.
they had jumped off to an early I fans thought their : for Florida
6-2 lead. Mark Graudon scored :f won the ball game In the ers. The Tornadoes had repeated Is released growers. Bradford County Farm Bureau
foul New varltles are compared with
the first basket of the game final three seconds when David attempts to make Dixie quarterly membership meeting
varieties[ like
shots but couldn't buy a basket. cur proven
McKnight dunked basket but will be held this Saturday at
with a l0-foot jump shot, then- a
cold spot in the last 18 and Florida 200A There are
with about five minutes of the ofiiclals had ruled the ball During one Brooker. This Is a family style
of the third period Orange several other varieties of field
dead. meeting where there Is good
quarter gone-The Tigers tiedIt
left the Park scored 8 points as Staikeplayers corn recommended for ourar.ea. fellowship and good eating.
9-9. The remaining minutesof With three seconds on that
A few characteristics
andcouldn't
fouled
the period saw the score tied Hfe clock, McKnlght made one basket were Ladles are asked to bring a
want to keep In mind likea
shots
make the charity you
within bowl of salad, a bowl of vegetables
4 times, and with only one second 9; to put the Tornadoes good root system to prevent
on the clock, a Tiger free I I two points of Orange Park, good. from blowingover or a dessert Farm Bureau
stalk falling or
sank only 6
; The Tornadoes
will furnish else
throw gave Lake City an 18-17 46-48, and was fouled in the everything
length of growing season,
lead. process. Since the basket counted of 22 free throws for the night. necessary to lound-out a good
Orange Park wasn't much better size of ear, and weevU resistance meal. I know of the
part menu
The second quarter was McKnlgJit got only one
very All this la
unproductive for the Tornadoesani charity shot which, if he had making only 7 of 22 free are Impoitant. and I know it will be good.
to tell that Florida 200AIs
seemed to spell disaster made it would have left the shots. Coach Sexton's charges you Most any food Is good supple-
for BHS. Lake City, taking ad Tornadoes dawn one point 40-47, also had a sad night from: the mighty hard to beat. mented with good, hot, Biookerblscuiu.

vantage of Starke turnovers and given Orange Park the baU. floor sinking 20 of 65 field goals We have talked about the Importance .
for 30() cent average
a per
quickly( built up a 10-point ad The Bradford wing man attempted field of soil testing for pastures A County Farm Bureau can
had 21 goals.
vantage. In the final two minutes to rebound> the ball off Orange Fails vegetables, and tobacco have one of at least three
,t of the second quarter the rim and make another field Adraln Brown was high for Testing for growing corn Is al characteristics ((1)) It makes
Staike failed to score while goal to tie the game and push the Tornadoes: with 14, Charles so important I have had soil! things :happen ((21) It t watches
Lake City hit the basket with into an overtime The move Blye had 10 points and 21 rebounds tests for corn and recommended things happen ((3)) It has no
enough frequency to take a 18 the smartest McKnight could Chris Chandler 9, Me- that If the grower could not idea of what is happening.

point lead seemingly, to localsupporters David McKnight lays another one up in last Fri have made In the situation' according Knight 7, and Mark Gi'audon 6, afford proper liming and fertilization President Lonnie Harley is
): an Insurmountable day's name acainst Orange Park to Coach Mike Sexton, The Tornadoes were down 12- to cut his fertilizer! so working hard so that number
looked is >if it had worked. 10 after the first period but that he could apply the needed one will describe Bradford

one.Regardless of how the fans 58-55 The Tornadoes had Starke's success. was attributed Tornadoes to be The ball cams off the rim took a 21-18 halftime lead The liming material. Soil must be County The bell at the Brooker
saw things, the Tornadoes faced started the quarter 16 points to the) fact that 4 of the 5 points at the half traUing by 16 McKnlght grabbed It, a.id du.ik- third quarter put them dawn: properly limed 1 If you expect cafeteria will ring at 7 p,m.
and end
the situation squarely, made the {behind and finished it trailing .starters hit in double figures the yet ed a short bucket right in front again, 30-27, and both teams maximum utilization of the fertilizer. The line will form and the good
necessary adjustments, and by' only 3, outscoring the Tigers Charles Blye and David Mc to 1')'.game with a 12 point vic: of the basket Oiflcials, however : scored 19 points the final eight eating will begin. A short but

took the court for the second 2916.The Knight shared high scoring ruled that McKlnght! had minutes interesting program will follow.During .
hall as virtually a new team. fourth and final honors with 20 points each. The win gives the Tornadoesa jumped across the free throw Orange Park used a 13.1 Congratulations to Jerry Was-
periodwas the past few Ihave
With 3 minutes gone In the Mark Graudon line before the ball hit the rim zone defense against the Tornadoes : din, our neighboring young farmer years
a thriller, totaled 18, and 7-4 overall record, a 4-3 conference
especially to few
the
brassed; a times about:
third period, a 30-foot shot by Tornado followers. Adrain Brown hit for 17. Blye record, and keeps themin a violation( of the rules, making the: same set up Lake City who has just been namedJ
Utilizing a my strong willpower. I will
Adraln Brown decreased the 16 the ball dead. and Live Oak used in shipping the Outstanding Young Farmerof
the
man to man was man on the backboardsas contention with Orange Park
defense, which was brag no more. Last Sunday I
Staike scared stUl another the Year In Alachua County
point: deficit of half time to 11 :
the Tornadoes
he
100( per cent effective came down with 20 re and Live Oak, for conference had test
the Tor a I pay my doctordollais
points. With 2V4 minutes remaining bounds. basket !in the subsequent con Jerry Is the son of Eddie Was-
Charles Blye cut the :nadoes continued their climb toward honors, fusion, but the ball was dead Statistics din, known to most of our and dollars for him to

lead to 9 points as he stole the overtaking the Tigers, This was the second meetingof The win then to even though an Orange BHS 10 11 6 19 -43 farmers !In Bradford County. tell me to maintain a certain
which they did avenged an earlier
ball and laid it up. on McKnight's these two teams, with Lake Park player somehow got it OP-12 6 12 1949BH3McKnlght Jerry has been active In the weight. My wife's stster-ln-law,
David McKnight hit the bas- i 1 basket after 2 minutes in the City taking the first contest 70- one-point loss at Lake City. and bounced It high, apparentlyin 3-1-7, Brown 4-H Club programs and has won who believes that it is still proper ,
final
period, making the score 69. exuberance, the 5-4-11, Giauclon 3-0-C, Blye 3-0- State Championship In severalof to cook the old-tashloned:
ket from 20 feet out to make the The on playingfloor.
(6160, BHS. Baby Tornadoes
score 54-47; 7 points down. Witha were A Sta-ike player McKnight 10, Alurphey 0-0-0, Chandler ,1- his project activities. He way, invited us to eat dinner
minute and 25 seconds len A happy man was Coach Mike edged by Lake City Jayvees again-grabbed it and made a 1-9, Johns 0.(0-0. :Totals: :'D-(D;-4fi.( will soon receive his degree in with her When you have fresh
Blye made a beautiful overhead Starke continued to stop their Sexton who was quick to praise 4942. lay-up Orange Park: Long 1-0-2, Agriculture from the Universityof ham roast, sweet potatoes, col-

lay-up, closing the to only opponents, all the while Mc his team "These boys playeda t-AKB In all the confusion the timekeeper Lauderdale 9-2-20, Schlitman 4- Florida, and plans now to lard greens and other things
gap Knight, then Blye, then Grau tremendous ball game to CITY. ftrii 11.: along with hot biscuits and hot
:5 points. i GI.08'O' < 5 13; Dortch, 42.10| Mcndys3.). did not> stop the clock: 2-10, Bidden 0-0-0. Atlaway 7- continue farming.
don, then Murphy were puttingthe night-their best of the season," /s Holland, r.abr "'unler, 0 2-2/ Houston because the official the 3-17, Price 0.0-0. Hatcher 0-0-0, cornbread, climaxed with lemon
The score was 56-49 Lake City 00-0 rolxl9.2e ruling I
: .17.67 would like
to here
that
he
say
ball said Sexton
through the hoop until pointed out that E.\>tllilcil1 0-0-0. Totals 21-7-19.' pie-all at the same meal-I
before play dead couldn't be heard or :
McKnight scored for i iBHS. with J just a little better than Tim Murphy, who scored only STARKE. ((79))| McKnlghl, 1420 Brawn, there is absolutely no other vo frt the illpower test.
cutting the Tigers' lead to 2 minutes left in the game, the 4 points, "was the sparkplug St I7i Graudons.. 90-11; Blyt 10-0.tOr,
56-51. McKnight hit again with Murchsy 1-2 4; Chandler, o 0-0 Tolalt' 34- -
Tornadoes had built up an unbelievable out there tonight. He kept the 779.uiik.
2 seconds left to make the offense City. li T1d 9-67
14-polnt advantage. moving Stark V 9 29 93-79
In earning this lead, Starke had FLORIDA PEST CONTROL WEEK-END
Starke will entertain conference
stymied the Tiger offense so Fans and coaches were unanimous
Jacksonville effectively that Lake City suffered in agreeing that it tooka foe Bolles this Friday night
through almost 5 minutes tremendous effort for the before traveling to Palatka
without putting a single point on Tuesday, Jan. 28.

DirectoryAuto the books During the same per
iod, the Tornadoes racked up
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Local' People Approaching Age 65 Bingo Party Tobacco Discount Variety


Of Better Should For Will Raise Funds Program Continues For '69
Sign Up MedicareMany For Dunes: DriveJ.


The Starke -Bradford Lard O'Sun- ( of Leaton Morgan, Jr., chairman so designated as No-Name,
senior citizens are not Thus, anyone who was age 65 C. Dukes 1969 chairman
Chamber of Commerce has Is sche .aware of enrollment periodfor before Jan. 1, 1063, can enroll Bradford County's (March of of the AS.C County Committee XYZ, Mortgage Lifter Super
come a member of the March 1. announces that the Department XYZ), and any breeding line
the medical. Insurance part for the doctor bill' Insurance by Dimes, announces that the chapter
Better Business Bureau 2, at the of medicare, according to T. C. March 31, H969. But Watson em- will sponsor( A fundraisingbingo *f Agriculture's flus-cured tobacco having the quality and chemi
York City thus making it Rifle Range six Watson Bradford County Social\ phasized this Is also t.helast game on Friday, Jan. 31. discount variety program cal characteristics of !the discount -
for the Chamber to
sible on High will .be continued for the 1969 varieties.
the entire Security Representative chance to( enroll for those who
serve ) Although( people age 65 or over .reach 'age 65 before October 1. Richard Jockel. chairman of crop.
J. Executive
Peter Novak
Ex this special event, appealed to Under this ,program, price Morgan urged tobacco
may sign up for hospital insurance 1966. .These -people will not have growersto
President, announced today.
i >ak said this ..at any time the law pro- another opportunity regardlessof all Bradford County residentsto supports for discount varietiesare obtain seed or :plants from
"As a member of the Na
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.30 caliber vides support their local chapterby one-half the support: rates reliable By doing this! ,
al Bureau the Starke- only certain periods of how sick they become or howlarge sources
County Chamber of :: to any Indivi time to sign up for medical. I.e., their health bills may be. attending the bingo party. for comparable grades of acceptable they will be protected ,againstthe

joins forces with over the National "doctor bill" Insurance. The importance of acting at "Last year the local responseto varieties. Discount varie- planting of mixed or Inferior
Chambers of : People who are approaching. once cannot be stressed: enough the March of Dimes special ties Include Coker 139 Coker seed. A thorough check: of to-
must be 63 events was tremendous, and we 140 Coker 316, Reams 64. Dixie bacco being in 1969 will
throughout the country to age can sign up for this Insurance be said. grown
tect the buying public NRA regis during a seven month Watson pointed" out that people are confident that our friends Bright 244 187-Golden Wilt (al- be made by tobacco variety

fraudulent promotions and and submitted period starting with the third may enroll In Medicare. even If will respond equally &s enthusiastically Identification specialists to insure

fair business practices," tourna month! before the month they they are still working full time this year" Jacket fun-filled and enjoyable\ evening that the provisions of the
said Florida reach' age 65. If they don't sign Anyone who has questions concerning said.. for all attending." discount variety program are

"As a member of the Association up during this period, they can Medicare cr social security The bingo party will be heldIn carried out. Any tobacco hav-
we receive monthly Orlando. sign up during certain "general is urged to contact the "The purpose of this bingo! the Starke Elementary School ing growth characteristics and

alerting us to the sharp : enrlmeit"! periods from January social security office at ((138 N. party Is to raise funds for the cafeteria with the first game chemical: properties! similar to

ters and schemes operating ISO competi 1 to March 31 of a year Temple Avenue In Starke. any prevention and cure of birth starting at 7:30: p.m. Food :and a discount: variety: will be supported
"
other sections. In addition Entries Watson said.Who's. Monday or Thursday morning. defects he added, "but we refreshments will be available, : at cnc-haif! the support
have access to the prior to mid. .are sure It will also provide a as well rate for acceptable varieties.
as
many prizes.
files and are entitled to The master

reports on any inquiry into two
make. purposes Younger?

While this program Is not service and service clvlll-cate. NOII; it does NOT cost $7950 to sleep on

IVVIT.\TIOV TO BIB BY
11H.tlM'ORI) COfVTY Guard and
OF PI III.IC I'NSTRIC'I: under NRA F

he Competitive received by sealed the bids as civilians! r ae luxurious APRICOT BROCADE !

County Board of Public In service cate.
tion until 1000: AM. -
4. 1109. at the office of the will compete
1"'lnlpnpnt of Public will be junior
tion, Bradford County
house Starkp, Fla., for the :
and removal o-f one bring a num SPRING AfR.
.
ll i k house, located on N.
anpre, Street, adjacent to the area as APRICOT
Alrpaik Daptlvt Church. l year, and wl
,
The micti'sful bidder must
nlol.t" mnve< the anld ex
within fnrt '.h'e (45) i to all
fi,...in rime nr award of bid i
Further Information may Appliances"J in the event. by MALONE
ol>tnini I i1 at the office of
Superintendent" of Public
ction nr HiHdford" Conntv..

tine BIIV\ The rp..rIhe or Board all Mils of Public right to : Foam over Innerspring or 100% Foam Rubber

Tliomaa L. Casey Jr.
Tliomn J... Casey, Jr., Road
Superintendent V
1123 St :. ,
Akridge home :, '

..... ... was looted In ,, M.KyA 1..L.-.Y:..h.Indintw1..4. ,4
without 1 t_. 5."r } ..
.:.
Monday 4..1..'-.t-I,. U,.
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: a 4_ '
: ? a1. yhi,1,, i..tia..L..lli 1

home were: .r.. +
: dollars six
: single bar- IF YOU THINK Cheryl Ann Ross

one .22 (right) of Portland, Ore., is
rifle miscel- younger than her sister, Chris

six $25 U. tine, you're wrong. Cheryl Ann,

i D- I Ii made payable 4, is about 18 months older than
the She
: ; taken be bolic her sister.birth The defect victim, of this a meta tot's

4 p.m. Mon weight had remained at a virtual
standstill since the of nine
time no one age i
the house months. She was being treatedat

i j the the March of Dimes-financed

e Birth Defects Center associatedwith +t
the University of Oregon 4 4

Medical School Portland.MyNaighbors. CERTIFIED VALU
4 Thurs., Fri., 5Q95T
celebrates Its r
4 : says 'Nat

We Must It was intro- Our finest value in over a half century of Quality" Manufacturing :
Austria, ..: .
I """'-- I ,.. .. (Foam rubber sold in sets only.)
j to. .,. .. .. .

: NOT .,I ; .. Your choice of Foarnover Innerspring( 0 Non-allergenic. No cottons sisals or other ym
action di _
for -
BIG or 100% Foam Rubber.
of your minor -- mold and mildew-prone materials.

: filed required against Luxurious Apricot Brocade cover. Puff-Quilted 0 Permanent Silent-Seal Box Spring coatedto 1

r\ : : it your on written Thero-n to foam. prevent rust noise and squeaks.
: Attorney for Y y T Y Lighter. actually 27% lighter for ease 0 Never needs turning.in .
address Is
Court House. s handling. Light slim and trim I e Climatized, for Florida.
WHY and file the
Clerk of the
on or Before

+ UP TO :36 :\ : be; otherwise entered a.a KING SIZE QUEEN SIZE
the relief de

C. H. hand and. seal ......r'. .
,
: J 8 Stapke., 1989 Flo IIiJ 2I!

I A "They're going through
Court l ,
And their bird-house "
)' phase now i
Deputy Clerk. ,
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la the County Joila-e'i' Covrol 1 2399 5 169
In and fur Bradford County set
Florida In Probate.In .
Re: The Estate of John H. (Mattress and two
Powell. Deceased latching' box springs)
NOTICE OF PROBATETHE MAL N +yyaygto _

ALL STATE PERSONS.OF INTEREST FLORIDATO ( lft r;Jrn1iF.1
IN THE ESTATE:: OF SAID DE-
Terwi Motors CEDEM1:
lego
written You are Instrument hereby notified purporting thata r Makers of he famous SPRING AIR BACK SUPPORTER Mattress r

to be the Last Will and Testament
of said decedent has been
admitted I to probate In said Who can tell the difference between
Court. You within are six hereby calendar commanded

months from the date. of first
Mustang publication of this notice to
appear In said Court and show! SPRING
cause. If any you can why the AfR SUPREME BACK
action said of Will said to Court probate In admittIng shouldnot MATTRESS

stand unrevoked.
Theron A. Yawn County Judge

5- 23 Bradford,Date""of. County first-publication, Florida.1/23 4t: Jan.2/13 and any other mattress? EVERY BODY !


CALL FOR BID
The Board of County: Commissioner ,:
of Bradford County T
Florida. will receive bids at
10:00 A. M. on the morning of
February 3. 1969 In the court by MALONE
room. In the courthouse for thefollo..lnl'

This bid: will be for the year t t+y.. .arbn l + .
NEW 1968 MODELSFROM ending: January February II, hN89 and r

This Bid will be considered
AI a package bid.
1. Regular gasoline not less
than &4 octane. '
2. Diesel Fuel No. 2.
8, Motor oil cue lot In Si W
quart cans and 65 gallon drums. %
4. tanks.Bid for burying 2 1060 gallon 50mLJ4 ,. .

Motor! oil will meet API Service '
Classifications DS Available r
S In SAE Grades. 10 W 4 r r 1' f YA
through 40 W. This oil is to -
meet requirements of engines yOur
operating under service classification finest value In 50 years r ,,,
D. S. This oil Is to y
of
meet requirements for Millar quality .
peclfUsatlons M I L-45199 for manuflcturlng.,7..
high output Diesel Engine
2190 Crankcaaa oil It shall! also meet .
the manufacturer's recommen-
atlona for series 1 lubrication
5. Motor Oil In case Lots, 24
quart cans and 65 gallon drums
To meet API Service Class MM figo
MS & DO Available BAli: Grade
lOW through 40W and meet 8 9
Military Specifications MI IjLx + N Sleep it up on the sumptuous new Spring Air Supreme

2104 6. Alt A. purpose Ore. ..e. Oil. [ : ;::; Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of foam over exclu-
Grade to and 140 Gallon and .H1TTFl1rnyr:7tFl sive Karr innersprings cradle you to sleep. Covered
85 Gallon Drum. Gear Lubricate) Foam rubber or Innerspring. twin or full size;. with luxurious
must meet M I L-L. 2105 specl"T gold Damask, Puff-Quilted8 foam
50.000 Mile iC or 5Y ear Warranty !* Multi. .purPOse reaM.ft. IS poxapringattheaamelowprica. and "Health Center" construction provides extra

lb. containers and 120 lb. con support where you need it most.

Save ta 8 Inere., All No. 2 fuel and kerosene
.
While to be supplied to the courthouseagricultural
co-mplu: health lIlt's A Fact You Can Do Better
clinic, and county Jail. purcha: At
cossful bidder will
tm the present supplier> > alt

They Last 011 underground Company equipment Prices. at Major

Right(SEAL The to Board Reject Reserves Any Or The AU Denmark Furniture Co.



Charles Charles A.A.DartY Derby It 1113.30 Cter1c 414 W CU 81 Phone 964.I4SYII


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Income Tax .
Our editorial .
.
Course Planned

At.Vo-Tech CenterThe Letters' to U.S.MAIL


t1WllIX Bradford-Union Vocation-
al-Technical Training Center 13
planning to offer an eight-week the Editor

course tax "Principles of Income
Tax."

...-. Instruction is designed to
.. ;... j teach proper planning and carrying -
""'" .... .. effective system
,. out of an Dear Mr. (Matthews:
'" of record keeping to make preparation MORE ABOUT
r \t. 1 : x As mentioned In my previous
;
..
HORSES
: If' of returns less burden. "letter to the editor" I saw red
,1 and accurate. Rules Dear Mr Jtathews
some more when I read that Councilman :
'" ...... 8r applying to deductable expenses Gerald Williams suggested that: In all due respect: to( Mr. William -

.... ,. and allowable exemptions will "Summers be told to contact Summers, Councilman
\4 ).A' be stressed, and practice will A the police If he believes the Gerald Williams .and the Brad
1 be provided In the filling oat of rider to :be trespassing." etc.,, ford Roping Club I would like

.1 1 returns from the simplest to the etc. Even three years ago my to set the record straight on

P. ....... IJ more complex forms and at- manager phoned me In Maine, this "horse business."

.. .fJlOOP tachments.An almost In tears as she was I attended the City Council
'.. kr-lSTON HrlGHTS IOS. enrollment fee of $3 will alone here and the local hill meeting In question 'where Councilman -

be charged to defray expenses. STATEAGENCIES bill!** were riding high wide,, Williams is supposed to
.: Class size will be limited to 25, ANp and handsome on the "range"New have said what was ta. the newspaper

4 and the deadline for registration ( Englander Motel prop. about the "horse. bust.

will be January 31. ertShe) ) reported that the ness." Councilman Williams unfortunately -
Classes will begin In February situation was beyond control. was "Misquoted."

and run through March 24. Deputy Dolph Reddish was a In fact, after the Council
(Meeting times will be from 7:30to big help at that time and had meeting, Councilman Williams

t: 9:30: p.m. each Monday at been here several times and prompted< me as Fair Association -

the center.Interested. eventually caught one of the of- President, to bring the mat-
applicants may call fenders. He also agreed withOUT ter of the "horse business" to
964-6130( or apply in person at sentiments that he would the Fair Association ar.d see If

the vocational center any timer not want anyone riding wild iwa as a Fair Association could

Site before January 31. over Oils land this way.I do anything about the situation.
Boy Scout Camp Because of the necessity for
motel
even had to close: the At my recommendation: the
advance planning and the limitation
to the fairgrounds "
one day, drive up Fair Manager (Mr. Pete Novak
oh class size, Interested
and ask them to an- who always has a sympatheticear
persons are urged to register
nounce over the loud speakersto was instructed to notify
Should Be RespectedYou'd early "IT'S TIME FOR A DIET!" please "keep the h-- off our the leadership of the Roping.

-...- property." And now today Club and: request them to meet
three years later-there 1sn.ttoo with the Fair Association. This

FARMER'SBy DIARY much improvement. As for meeting was held Wedr.esday.Jan. ,
think that the use to which visiting the site, provided they leaveit .. keeping them off the sidewalks. 15, 1969. We hope that from

some property is dedicated would com"mand in good order. They are also concerned '7 I might just as well be talking this meeting a solution to Mr.Summers' .
now a lot of us are sick Jan.
On Monday,
to the moon.
the respect of all persons, even that welcome visitors may not forma and all of us are tired of the 13 there was manure on the problem Is near.

those who litter our highways and spoil good impression of local scouting cold( weather which stays on All-Stars game in Jacksonville sidewalk. and on Saturday. Jan. Probably here I should keep

otherwise beautiful landscapes with when they see the area so littered with like a guest who hasn't enough Mr Sunday and it marked the end, 18, there were a total of nine my "big" mouth shut, but per-
materials. to home. We've J had a of the football season. However, down sonally I feel that Mr.: Summershas
trash and empty beer cans. But apparently un-Scoutlike sense go horse prancing up and
succession of cold It won't be long before the the a legitimate gripe and I do
long snaps the sidewalks, and also on
not so. They do not believe that blame for with result that nearly every r spring practice season will get back of Joe Noegel's store feel that something needs to be

Even our cemeteries are no longer the current misuse of the site shouldbe one has had a bout with a coldor under way and a new .season which of course Is private prop. done. I'm sure that If the proper
the 'flu and lost. However will be started. Football now Is .4 legal steps are taken, somethingcan
but considered "fair game"by placed on the citizenry of Keystone erty.
exempt, are In
nearly a year round affair be done about the problem.
found harbinger
last weekend we a to the Roping
And then on
marauders who steal flower arrange Heights, as many out-of-area automo- of spring a violet contrast to the days when the I learned from (For! instance, When Mr, Summers

ments and shrubbery, and leave litter biles have been sighted in the vicinity. blooming near our doorway season opened In the fall and Club Novak contests fair official, that sees a horse and rider
Pete a
strewn between the grave markers. It is their hope, however, that citizensof and we hope that little flower closed out with the Thanksgiving the Fair Association signed a trespassing on his property, he

Keystone, as well as Starke, and knows what it Is doing.. By Sam McGanrerexample Day game... contract with the Roping Club, ehould attempt to get names
The latest instance!' of such gross other towns in the area, will help alleviate the problem was airedat a giving them the privilege of using and swear out a warrant. I'm
'
contempt for the property rights: of the problem by reporting known There apparently has 'been a a council meeting but officials Sam Installed an outdoor the fairgrounds at no cost mire this would:l start the ball

others!'\ to be brought to our attention abusers to the police or to ,the airport good crop of "greens" this are cautious in handling clothes drier-a compact, um to them and the Far: Association rolling In the right direction, )

is the fact that the Boy Scout camp who is deputized.The season although we saw some It. as no one wants to be caught brella clothes line suspended on '* only responsibility I also feel that the Roping Club
site on Crystal Lake is being used for manager, that had been damaged by: between a pet owner and an Irate an aluminum pole. It was not when they are on the fair Is not responsible for any trespassing

far removed from scouting, following appeal 1 was written by frosts or freezes. At this time neighbor. There are laws by any means a big Job but as grounds.. '1 on Mr. Summers' property
purposes the Star Scout Bruce Bannon and should of year, a dish of turnip greens, controlling the situation, but usual the instructions for putting There must be something and as far as Mr. sum..
by unauthorized persons entering mustard or collards Is a wel- apparently the dogs can't read, up the rig covered a Quito wrong In Denmark and In mers' remark In the letter to
area at night, leaving the site littered make even the most confirmed "litter.bug" come addition to a meal and or if they can. are not Impressed different looking. Installation.. Starke when these horses have the letter to the City Council

with debris in the aftermath of what think twice before defacing the the experts tells us these vegei with the law's efforts to been allowed to canter along about "seeing whoever Is 'responsible

appears to be quantity consumption of property with empty beer cans and tables are practically loaded make them behave. Anyone who has attempted to for three years. using many for letting the Roping Club

alcholic beverages. other unsightly trash: with nourishment and vitamins.Meanwhile a assemble and Install a piece of pedestrain sidewalks for their use the Fair Grounds, and have
..
a a Sam visited the home of equipment knows what we public toilet facilities. And apparently hem cancel any' agreement" I

j In recent months it has becomfi. "Boy Scout Troop 305, of Keystone the berry crop la Richard Moore In Melrose last mean. The illustrations shown Pete thinks he !is up would lust like to say that the

routine for a Scout work partyto Heights, is wprking to correct a conservation Just marking time, waiting fora week and on getting out of his only faintly resemble the stuff against a stone wall, asking the State of Florida has no control

spend two to four hours on Saturdays problem at their campsite on warm-up that will stimulategrowt.h car was. greeted by a growl you have to work with, and big shots on the Fair Committee over the vse' of the FairGrounds
of beer Crystal Lake. and start a cycle of from a dog which said. "You from there on it's a matter of all fine men-to rescindthe Bradford. County has
picking large quantities
up production of fruit. If this! happens come any closer and I'll nip trial and error, not to mentiona rights of the Roping Clubto no control over the use of the
cans, cartons, and bottles before going The problem is the litter that is out during the next few your skinny shanks." The dog few uncomplimentary com use the fairgrounds although Fair Grounds; the control of

about their conservation work and other there because of all the people who are weeks, then the crop should. retreated, then but bayed loud ments on the maker of the fool they have created such a nufc- the Fair Grounds Is in thehands

useful projects at the site, only to return not Scouts at all, who throw all their come in on schedule in the enough to warn the Moores of thing. ance. of the Bradford County
the following weekend to find the marketing season. a visitor, and as far as she Fair Association and long,
as as
trash' there like is .
tot \ out was a dump. concerned she doing All of which make us wonder -
wu
area littered again with more of the Then when the Scouts out there fora was lust who got the instruc- Bo I ask every. member ot[ I am President of this Assocli -
go It seems that Just about every her Job. Still there Is much to atlon'the
F same. fun it intoa to the doorbell tions on the particular rig you this Fair Committee to pause in i Roping Club will re-
camp, automatically turns community In this section be said for old as main
on the fair Grounds.
Duty to God, to country, and to l'cp-! work camp because there is so much having "dog trouble" and that no one yet, to our knowledge, are working on. But that in Isn't all 'themselves church or in elsewhere my ehoes.and I art put;; I feel that there Is no problem
too hard to figure out. as
mankind is' Scoutis trash around that there isn't "Man's Best Friend" Is gettinga has been bitten or chased up 4tree
inp something a Boy even room probability, he is doing some how they would like At If there that cannot be solved.It .
taught to believe in before reachingthe enough to pitch a tent. lot of bad publicity. by that conrtaptlon. their Is not the Intent of this
a .. cussing too, as he has a different were horse hoof marks on :
Tenderfoot stage. It is his own property, home or business letter to make anyone mad but
reason piece of equipment.
"We Over at Keystone Heights, for Saw the American League
then have to clean the
up campsite of to clear
for wanting to be a part 'of the Scout- with the added feature up some misunderstand
"To which usually]) takes about four a few piles of manure here, fags
ing movement. other
help people
hours, before we can pitch our tents, there and everywhere in conspicuous Once again, Mr. Mathews, let
at all times" is of the
Scout oath
a
part and we're getting sort of tired of this locations. me commend you for the "Let-
and a good Scout earnestly endeavorsto '. Years AgoBy ters to the Editor" feature.
job. So we will ask all the people who 1 25
live by it. He is not discouraged in use the campsite to take your trash : It's a woman'st incidentally. I learned that Sincerely,
his beliefs by the thoughtless acts of b small paragraph about Frank L. Williams
the
and cans home with please Alice McGarvey:
others, but it makes his work mora you :jj/fJff(? !! 0w Councilman Gerald Williams President

difficult at times. "We also have a very bad washout comments were so brief that Bradford County;

at our campsite that we art trying to 1 1.r Twenty-five years ago :Bradford they were out of context and Fair Association
Keystone Heights Boy Scout Troop actually he was very sympathetic -
repair. We have dug diversion county, was enduring a that
ditchat
105 is proud of the site at Crystal a cold spell and to add to the to my complaints, and
the head of the gully and McCain -
Martha Sue
have
put By help the city
Lake located on city-owned airpark kerosene was. In short promised any
misery
logs in it to slow down the flow of water e County Extension Council could offer. He had. the
The has undertaken
supply.
property. group for conservation in that will go through, and we ask you Home Economics Agent Finally the supply was ex courtesy and dignity to come in
numerous projects not to take the loga out and use them hausted. The Gulf distributor and explain In detail Just what
the area and sincerely wants to maintain to
apologized
in rationed he had said. I
your campfire because it took too Freeman Register. Sr. C
the property at standards acceptable fairly" him, and I now apologize publiclY
long to find them to start with. his last 3.800 gallons as
to good scouting and good citizen. local for my sharp and unjust
RICE:: COOKERY meatballs with rolled oats as possible among the
votes
ship. "We have also put a lot of brush and Race: Is easy to cook-You can through Italian lasagna or Mex- dealers and service stations H. criticism I know of many that
own.
logs in the gully]) and these also took boll steam oven-cook, or fry Icana chicken-rice salad, all C. Brown Gulf Service Station now. Including the my dotted line
Although special permission should will sign on
quite a while to find. So please do not this Information for the home- manager, said he received BOO for re-elec-
be obtained for use of the area by It.Keep the latest In 30 when he comes up
remove these things. In mind that most kinds maker Is contained in gallons and It was gone
persons or groups other than the troop, "Thank "!! and brands of rice swell during bulletin In the USDA's Family minutes. Then a long line formed tion.

they actually would not object to others You. cooking. One cup of uncooked Meals series. "Cereals and Pasta to wait for 400 gallons promised Once again, this brings up the

white, parboiled or brown rice in Family Meals: A Guide for the late .afternoon. old $64 question: Where ;have
yields 3 cups or more; 1 cup of For' Consumers" describes the Many homes In the county the Roping Club officials been
I pre-cooked rice yields slightly: various types of cereals and were heated by kerosene also
How Are Made during these three years of trespassing
Folks how to buy "Sure I happy to serve
,
more than 2 cups. pasta and tells used It for cooking, and many and damage? was
To keep as many nutrients as store cook: and serve. depended the same fuel for Sincerely, on this committee but I'd no

Johnnie's }later( to the Editor: Dear spine is a long hone in your back that possible in cooked rice, follow Cereals add Interest and nourishment lighting, In those. days. Outside William H. Summers idea you'd expect work out of
how keeps from folding Your backis these rules: to combination dishes some used wood In cook me."
FiUtnr) I got '" >studying on peo- you up. of town New Englander Motel.4r.
behind matter how fast -Do not wash rice before and such baked products as and In fireplaces to keep
ple made awl( here is \\ hat I figgfrcd always you no stoves(
arc and sweets. Pasta which .
.
rice Is clean. breads In town -
cooking. Packaged homes -
but
some -
outYour h"a'l is !kind of round and you turn around. Your arms you got to warm
: of Includes the spaghetti macaroni
amount
Use only the without fireplacesand
-
hard .11',1! your brains arc in it and your pitch with and so you can reach the i water that rice will absorb dur. and noodles family, goes were few built had electric kitchens.The 2:

hair crows!' on it. Your face is in front butter. Your fingers stick out of your dug' cooking. well with many foods and helps kerosene shortage was ? "

ol! your h ,:ril!! where you eat and make hands so you can throw a curve or add -Do not rinse rice after stretch the food dollar as it said to be caused by lack of

fare You i :nock is; what keeps your up nlhmatick. Your legs are what if you cooking. stretches the protein foods. tankers which were needed to

I lr_;ul out of. M.ir( collar. It's: hard to keep do, not have two of you cannot' get to Leftover cooked rice can be Bulgur Is a nut-flavored wheat haul fuel to military installa

(tUli1. Your shoulders are kind of !>helrswhl'rn I first base" neither can your sister. Your used in most combination dishes food"cracked sometimes wheat. Long known knownIn as tions.
that call for cooked rice. To
feet what run on. Your toes always -
hook suspenders on are you -
yoti your the Middle East, where It
reheat cooked rice steam it In
,
stubbed. And that is all there 1 was the last date
them. Your stimimi"k is something if get a colander or serve over boiling/ has been found In earthern Jars February
yon!' do not oat often enough it hurts i3 of you except what's inside and I water. Or add 2 tablespoons of In the ruins of ancient cities, it to qualify >as a candidate according for
Your never saw it. Ex. has been considered a gourmet the state legislature, I
and spinach don't htlpnen' water for each cup of cooked the last :
food In the U. S., but Is now becoming to a law passed during -=- '
rice and reheat In a covered! -
.
session. of that body.N. ....--. I ..
Here la '
more popular.
over low heat or In the
pan oven. While rice Is heating, a bulgur recipe from the new D. (Noon) Wainwright Jr.announced ; Lets & :. :
candidate
that he was a
be :
occasionally stir It gently witha USDA bulletin, which can .
fork. obtained from our office. for the state I Isglslature : ,.

The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Il .-- For a change cook rice In a Bulgur Pilaf: Six servings of Irom Bradford County. The first ':. .:.:iJ,_ ,.
two-thirds each. About 145 primary ,was set for May 2.
cup
flavorful liquid! instead of wa
c; j.--. ter. Try chicken or beef broth, calories per serving. Wainwright came from a family ;!By Lynn Hamilton: of Southern Marine

ESTABLISHED 1879 :=;: fruit Juice or equal parts of tomato One cup dry, uncracked Bulgur which had served this coun-
/X D VV. $ juice and water. Or add ; one-half cup chopped green ty In state office through two Courtesy Is the first rule of boating, and one reason why

r.. \ one-fourth( to 1 teaspoon( of curry pepper; 2 bouillon cubes beef previous generations. "Noon's"grandfather 40 million Americans enjoy fun afloat. Simply stated it'a
QlusBi6la powder, cumin thyme, turmeric or chicken; 4 ounce can mush- Edward J., served nice to be with nice people: -

MM/R Now you are the light in or mace to each cup of room .stems and pieces! un- as a representative from this For those boatmen who boats bump together. When
the Lord.-Eph.( 5:8)). water. With dried parsley flakes drained; 2 tablespoons: butteror county In the 1879 Session N. aren't familiar with all the tying up at a pier, leave room
FLORI A ESS shines in use 1 teaspoon and with margarine; one-half teaspoon D. Walnwrlght Sr. was Brad- little things that add to every for other boats. Unless you
The Christ light saffron, use only one-eighth tea. salt one-fourth cup chopped ford's legislator In the 1931 ses- one's boating fun. the Evin- have permission. avoid tyingup
ASSO a TON us and clarifies our thinking.It spoon. onion; one-fourth teaspoon elon. Other offices that had been rude News Service offers these at private piers.

casts out any darkness Cook chopped onions celery, thyme, 2 cups hot water. held by N. D. Jr. were City suggestions.Don't Government buoys and nav-
be nautical hot rod- aids should
a igation not be
that may have shadowed our Preheat oven to 350 degrees .and Post
or mushrooms In a little fat or Councilman Mayor. der. There's no room for the used at tie-up points exceptIn
thinking: and our feeling. This oil until tender; add rica at (moderate). Place bulgur in 1 Commander of American Legion show-off In boating. Avoid emergencies.Don't .

light radiates so that othersmy start of cooking. To cooked rice quart casserole: sprinkle with running fast Into a pier or block a channel. Keep
E. L.1.: \TTH Eii, Editor-Publisher family, my friends, the add chopped fresh or frozenparsley salt. Cook onion and green float. Keep a safe distance off to one side to avoid caus-

Published each Thursday and entered a. Second people I meet-are blessed by or chives. pepper In fat In frypan until Federal income taxes were from swimming areas and an- ing congestion.

clan Mailer .! the! Pnsl Office .t Starke, Florida its radiance. This light shin- Add raisins to rice before tender about 6 minutes Add due! March 15 In those days and chored Share boats.the waterways. Let Offer assistance when some-
bouillon cubes and wateto one is having trouble. This has
cooking; nuts or toasted *
under Act of March 3rd 1111. ing through us contributes sesac1 advised In Januaryof
fc and stir until cubes are people were other people have room to en- been
aeed alter frypan \ an unwritten law of the
toward the light of the world, cooking. dissolved. Add mushrooms and J944 to get busy on their. joy these favorite activities, sea for hundreds of
!Snh"rrlpllon In (ride area: 1 year, 15.00; Outside helping to lift the clouds so Tips on cooking cereals if ; Add mixture to bulgtrin forms "as they: are complicated. whether it's fishing water years.
will
thyme. Someday, someone return
pasta, from cornmeal m\&.. skiing or skin diving.
trade area: I year 15.50. that the warmth of Christ ." If they were complicated
through bulgar to rice-boiled, casserole. Cover and bake 30 When anchoring leave adequate the favor and you'll see how
light can shine in all its brilliancy steamed, oven-cooked or fried- to 40 minutes or until bulgur" it then we wonder what they room between boats so Important this rule of courtesy
and recipes from Swedish tender should be called now? lines will not be snarled or the la.


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Services HeldW4daeaday For Mr. Verne 11 I

Isaac Arlington Varnes, 60.. of D An investment in Your Future .... t..,-==..
died
Starke upon ra.rrlval.at a
Ernest Earl Tanner, 53, of
Starke. died Monday afternoonin Starke hospital ThursdaY Jan ....rt. .'" ..".... ..... ..... t
16, following a Hidden Illness '1 'S .1'< ( t:;;
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He was a retired mechanic ands l.; ;1'' '-. ., { 1" \. : :: .: [ :>>i '"
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after a brief illness. ,. I r ,,
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member ot the Baptist ., ; : .' < / it.
Air. Tam.... was born At !Pro- '. Y; 1" 1 : ''v' tJ ?1 11t''j(' 1ft [ 1 tL t\'. '>:j f."; ,
Tidence. in Union Church. t
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Sept. 20, 1.15 and had lived in Surviving are his wife, Evey ...'. >"' ...-. ".. y !: < It; f.4 \;L: "
Varnes, of Lady Lake; five 8On fir trim JIW.knan h. tan will im teal kt tdp i'li' '.
the Kingslsy! Lake Starke area .. .
for maty years. He !was a mechanic Lorenao of Ontario Canada,; IL. r r lr''Mk'fta'': :,:;::.:t. :: '!:;,ZttllSt! w#,. m.TiI% ;" 1J1f.&tO.z.\' : :: ,::if::;: ;..'s.a,"Raiw.R .;;;;a',:.95.. ;::.:%:N.:.+;t,%'::;' frm;;; >=>f..r.? :'w" +.'n i a:;:;<.;::.t':,, Z1:::%S\.S;" N ;;%:Zr&;:g mrMJt;:fir!!(;Hf$;;'iirrlArrcr' '$,?''t;k:::y.,i'NYNx.; ;?fiRf": aYY';uArtiti: "- :'1
for C., of Horton. Mich.; Alex ol h
Clay Electric Cooperative
Los Angeles CaW; and Albert HEILBRONN BAPTIST .!
BAYLESS HIGHWAY
a veteran of World
Donald : both CIiURCII.IIIGHWAY 16 N. ..
and Varnes. of A
War II, and BAPTIST CHURCH
a member of the
Winter Haven; one brother. W. Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. .. '
Madison Street Baptist Church. 5)IndaytSchool( 10 a.m.; Morn* .I
Training ,
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M. Varnes. of Lakeland; and a Morning Worship
Surviving are his wife, Geneva ing Worship Service, 11 a. m.; ., ...
sister Mrs. (Donna H arreU. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service v.: }; { n'a, .v. ;}};J.,r. ;;};.Y.Y.SWSYMWhYfS h N.}.SV.} h K l.YlL ( th':
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Thomas Tanner; his mother, Training U nl on 6:30: p. m.; Eve :; : : ; ; ti':':'.w. :}:1.d rfiri: } h :'}:: '
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Mrs. Emm.a Roberts Tanner, of Gainesville ning Worship 7:30: p. m. 730.: Midweek Prayer Service m1 11j11m:;: i\fj 1111t'i: 11r;;111111111I' ; 111U111 1111111 1j 111 111{{11:m 1m
7:30.Rev :
Funeral .
services were held At : ;
Providence; two sons, Eugene Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, Pastor Vt:::::':::: .:::::: ::;:o:? :::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:i.:.: The artist is capturing 1 t the physical likeness _;
E., and Harvey Tanner, both 1 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial 7:30: p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wednesday L. Tommy Howe. 3;::::;:;:;::;* ::::::: ,..,;:.;' ..::..;:.::;:.;:.:.:;:;:::::::::;:;:;:::::::;:;:::::;:;:::::::;:::::;:;:;: >:f: .
of Starke; two daughters, Mrs Chapel. with Rev. Richard I.. Leo 7:30:: p.m.; Choir Rehearsal I, ::::::::;::::f .::::::::: :: ::.:: ': : :? ::: ::;:::::;}:J: of this lovely! girl! on her paper. The likeness is S Y.:. :
Jackie Chapman, of Titusvllle, officiating. Interment was la Wednesday; 7:30: p. m.; GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ;:::;;.:;.:.:;:: ::.:;.;::.;: .:i / : J';:;r ::::;:;::::: ;.::
Santa .Fe. Cemetery near Hamp.ton Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning :::::::: ::::' l. .' l/'l/ : I:::::::::: amazing.( But her inward beauty, her wonderful :: t
and Mrs Hilma Hicks Melbourne with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Brotherhood meeting last Mon Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. ;;::;;;:::;: :::;;::+: .: ::;:::;:;:: t;:;:
; one, brother, Harold Home in charge.FORESTRY. day In each month. Rev. David Rev. Fred Johns pastor. I I :;:::::;:::: .:;:::::;;:. ._ .::,:;:; Christian heart and soul, can only be captured :::
Tanner, of Medciros, nstor. m.- :::: : : .. .,:. .: J .
Jacksonville; and a P ::::: : : :: ':' .':::::::' : ,:
sister Mrs. Lenora G ahem. RIVER BAPTIST ",,:,, -I ., "".'-. 0. fully( on God's canvas. The Bible says f t
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Providence. Also CHURCH OF GOD Morning ;:;:;:::;:::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::;:.:.:..::::: :"i.ii. ;,:" ':'::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:;:;:::: :::; ,.
surviving 1 aro SERVICE Sunday 'School 10 a. m. ::::: ::::::::::::::: : ":: ::::::::::::::::: : ". S' .
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rev! e n B r a r.dchil dren. FIRE REPORT 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship. 11 a. m. Training I I I :::;:::;:::::;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::' ::;:::::::::::::::::;::::::;:;::;::;:::: ::
Funeral services were held at Sunday School. a. m. Worship Unlcn, 7 p. m. Evening 1; 1 Worship, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::': :':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: /t God I !looKeth! on/ttlte lieait." ::::
11 a.m. Wednesday in the Mad Three woods fires were reopol.tcd :Services. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. 8 p. m. Wednesday night service ::::::;:::;:;;::::;::::;;:::::;:;::::: .::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::;::::::: ::::: t
icon Street Baptist Church withJ. t in Bradford County during m. Prayer- Meeting, Friday, 7:30.: 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel :::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::': ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: How would G a'n 1 l painting 1 picture you and :r::
T. Lawson officiating. Interment the past week with 13.1 acres p. m.-Rev. Chester J. S h ow ape, come L. L. Pal'kepastor... : r
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was in Kingsley Lake burned. Since t January I there pastor 'r 111111111111I111111111 me S;;1{
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Cemetery with DeWitt Jones six fires with 19.9 CHURCH OF CHRIST :::::::::::::::::. ..::::::::::::: :: V .
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Funeral Home In charge.TYPEWRITERS acres !turned: as compared with HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday: Bible Study 10 .a. m.: ::::::;:;:::::::::;:::::::::;:::::.::::;:;:. .:.::::::::;:;::::::;;::::::::;;:;::;;;;:;::;: ,SS titi;,::
t.vj fire with 5.2 acres burned (Highway 100 at There&sa. ) Morning Worship pnd Communion :+:::::::::::::::::::.:::.:.::..::..:.::.:::::' b'''':':::':'.:.'.:'.:.':':':':':':':':':':':': is to attend church and hear God's" wordproclaimed :t::>: .
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same period last year. Sunday School-10 a. m. SCrvlce 11'a. m. Eventoar !V ..;:::;::: :#:::
: Manual or Average rainfall in the county Morning WOI'"hlp-U a. m. 600.: :;:;::::;;:.;: ;::::::::::::::: l :] from the l pulpit. Learn Gael's 1 plan ;:::: t
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Electric. For sale or rent. during the week ending at 8 : ::::'y 3 :i?'> : for life by listening to HN word. We :ti:
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Bradford County Telegraph. Monday was .17 inches. : :::.: '.:.:.:.:.:.: .:::'
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M. Set. Darwin D. Smith, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smithof
Starke, Is preparing to retire
from the U. S. Air Force
after 20 years of active service.
He has been assigned to the
636th Radar Squadron at Con
don, Oregon and plans to re
turn to Florida to seek a civilian
Job in the electronics field
after his retirement in April.Set. STORES
Smith! entered the military
service in December 1945.
He has seen much of the worldas
most of his tours of duty
have been overseas assign No 1 Tall Can 10 ot:, Jor No. 303 Can
ments. He has been stationed In No. 300 CAN DEEP THRIFTY MAID
France Italy.] Germany, TUrkey THRIFTY MAID
Japan, Newfoundland, and THRIFTY MAID SOUTH APPLE
Hawaii. He has had temporary EVAPORATED
duty assignments in Guam, PORK' &
the Philippines Greenland, Apple Jelly SAUCE
MILK
Wake Island. England. Viet
nam, and several other locations BEANS
outside the U. S. Limit 6 with $7.50 or TOM Limit 2 with $T.30 or man Limit 3 with $7.S0.r....*
Sgt. Smith has been In his purchase eluding clgarertet .
purchase excluding cigarette purchase wcludiiif lfertti
present assignment since July
1966, where he has been a
radio communications! maintenance
superlnt ndent. He and
his wife have three children:
Darwin 14; Judy 12; and
Kevin, 8.

PFC Donald J. Chitty son of
Don H. Chitty of Westmoreland
Trailer Park, Starke and hus
band of the former Regina N.
Gladieux of Lawtey participated Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday Jon. 23 29
in a recent operation in W INN.OIXIC STORCS, INCCO.YIIYNF1aaNe
the Dodge City area 11 miles $' Can FIGAROCAT No. 30O Can

;south ine He Division is of serving Danangr which In Vietnam.the conductedthe 1st Mar l.oz. CAN FOOD. . 10 1 < .sMIIY..1::: :: 10< CLEANSER . 10 I *

operation to find enemy FISCHER'S No. 211 Can C O POTATO No. 300 Can SHOWBOAT B-o MUELLER ELBOW

forces to and strike destroy against their capability the BLACK STICKS..10* 104 MACARONI. 104FACE

Danang area. !! !!! .; . .

Infantryman PEPPER Bath Sise JERGEN'S THRIFTY or CHICKEN No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID CUT
Badge The was Combat recently awarded to *
SOAP. 10 SOUPS 10 GR. BEANS. 10
Sgt. Eugene W. Pass 'near Tay . . .. .
i Ninh Vietnam.
Sgt. Pass son of Mrs. Elise 10'o' THRIFTY MAID MUSHROOM or CHIC.W/NOODLES ASSORTED COLORS CEREAL
'Pass of Starke is assigned to S.O.S.: : : *
8th Calvary PADS 10 SOUPS 10 BOWLS 10
Co. A 1st Battalion.
I 1,1f;, ] |. of the 1st Cavalry Division . . . . .
I lei t t (Airmobile). His wif?, the former POCKET SAFETY 10''<-oN. THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE or TOMATO 7.0Box CRACKIN' OOOO
I *' Beverly Crawford lives at *
i Savage Trailer Park, on Rai- MATCHES..10 SOUPS..10 SALTINES 10
I ford Road. . .

The Combat Infantryman 4C DUPONT No. 1 Can STRONGNSART .... Roll SCOTT BATH Limit 3 W/J7.50 or mon piHChm acM/ / elfirtttH

Badge around is contact awarded against for sustained an enemy SPONGES 10* DOG FOOD. 10* TISSUE..10c

force. . .

Airman Gene D. Garbett formerly
of Keystone Heights, has
graduated from a U. S. Air 1-Lb. Pkg
Force technical school at Chan- cQtFf.1( ) USDA GR. "A"
Ii ute AFB Ill. He was trained GOLDEN QUICK FROZEN LARGE
as an aircraft mechanic and SUPERBRAND W-D BRAND YOUNG
has been assigned to a unit of RIPE FRESH HEADS
the Strategic Air Command at BROAD BREASTED
Beale AFB, Calif. OLEO
The airman son of Mr. and BANANAS CABBAGE
Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson, >is a TURKEYS
graduate ot Bradford High Limit 4 with S7.SO or more

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State Umll2withS.SGtrm/purchai excluding Round! Steak lB T' Ham.I 89* 20 a 8lG89: *


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Come for Fun! iB . .
Come for Thrills!
CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED 8-oa. OCOMA CHICKEN! BEEF or TURKEY YOUNG TENDER POLE

See All of Florida's USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED *
Greatest Annual Attraction WHOLE Calif. Roast. 79 Meat Pies 5/l. Beans..2 195. 49

MEATDinners S-lb. Poly Bog GRAPEFRUIT
MORTON All FLAVORS
Shrlne.O.Rama-Feb. 4 USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED NEW YORK
WYOU Radio' SALUTE TO BEEF RIBS *
COUNTRY MUSIC Starring Steak. 2/89 2/l.
Statlar Strip T'WD Oranges.
CASH. .th.
JOHNNY Brothers...Carl Perkins ..Tha CUT INTO ...
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Carter Family and moral'
FOUR BIG SHOWS)6:30 and 8:45: RIB ROAST, RIB STEAK BRAND ( ) MORTON All FLAVORS RED EMPEROR SWEET JUICY
8 and 91

The STAR p.m REBEL'S February GOSPEL QUARTET SINGERS and SHOW ALL- or DELMONICO STEAKS Gr. Beef, 3 .9. $147 1 C r. Pies 3/l.1 Grapes 4 lBS. $ 1
-Feb. S and 6 CUT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS PKG .

o o Gasparilla Senior Citizen's Pirate' Day Parade Feb-6 Fab. :.'........... ..................................................,...-.--,..................................................... ..........................,

o National 10 Winter Sprint Auto L 20 B, to AVG.IB.25. ,: I I EX.TRA.In: EXTRA EXTRJ ; EXTRJ 11: EXTRAL
RacalFeb.. S, 8. 9. 10. 19 : ?! P f I C >sBPACK I A-H GREEN STAMPS I I A-M. GREEN' STAMPS I 1 ** GREEN STAMPS '
NII.I..f.tab*.*.. *wtl,., M3LB ...!....!.K!i SJAAM ,., '
o Danny Flaanor'a' HURRICANEHELL 984tt N M NN4 K nN.M uu N N M.N.rl| (Otj* vtM 04 MUM M YW1 MWMW MM MKMAM tLB. >
DRIVERS plus DAVE MER- o r 1. USOA CMOICK r' fa fl RITf/ r,II '.-OK. PALMCTTO. PAMMe ,, TWO QUAMT IMOtCrC' :1' B- PIO.W-D BR\N9 I IaONLL1g r
RIFIELD-Fab.and 7.the 10.thrilling 11.I! 12.SPACELOOP 14 15 : +.u "'( Beef Roast : .u 1;{ Pie Shells. d j{ Pimento Cheese dy{ Cool Whip ;{ Ground Beef 'r
o Ybor City Illuminated Night Parade : :15; OOOO THRU JAN. 29 'I .,.....". aOOO THRU JAM.. JO1J > ... OOOD THRU JAN. 2> .'.....,.. ... .ttOOO THRU JAN 2* :; .". eooo THRU JAN. a*
Fab 13 ..................., r. ...at .... M. .....' ,'I .., .. ... -- tIIaa .................., ,, 3 .... ..... : #aoWe .... ...
o 1969 Jurled Art Exhibition 1 ...-.-..-.-........-..... -..-... ....-..... .-..' .-.-..--......................... ................nN...-...-........ ................-ur..-...-.rr........j jit
o 23rd Annual Florida Electrical Ex-rAA.: or r. -
Exposition, it I .GREEN STAMPS. .. : EX.--R EX.-RA. : EXTRA :: EXTRA .:.I ERA..

o Newest Fashions at the Wom.n'aWorld i USOA-CMOICC, 'jo.is tee 1, ::1 I 1 07[M.GREEN NnN, '.,N STAMPS,M nn .4 N ;, I M Y..n M..K M STAMVS,n,,uY ::' I d7(M.GREEN Nn.tW'w STAMPS nn.w( .4 N : I d?!.,.GREEN Nw w STAMPS N4 MtM4 w .1 I I ..I1t.... GREEN STAMPS... ''
Florida' Finest ea.and Dairy / WMOLC mmtr RIBS CUT 2 1 -NM NMM M/M4 N
o PKOS. ARTIC CIRCLC 1
cattle; Swine; Poultry and Rabbits r INTO ale ROAST. 1 White Acre Peas /I T..KLWIE t3.OCAN, 1 GIANT WHITC' SLUC 32.Oa.AULTLata. OUA.RT SKIP TKRRAXXO 1 1aLNeNlre
I { OR Ml* aTCAKOOOO : I't" OOOD THRU JAN 2* Chck Drinks : M l Arrow Detergent : ;( Spray Starch .u/ Cleaner' &Sealer ,
o Horticultural' Exhibits Hibiscus I THRU JAN. 39 o .:LS: tla :.ti::i aOOO THRU JAN !. O. OOOO THRU JAN. 29 .".S, GOOD THIIU JAN Z. s.....,...." .OD THRU JAN ae 1
and Orchid Show .- ---.. ...... o r 1St ... o, "a7 : 13a II.. .
o 4 Futur.H Club Farmers activities of America and :...............: : : :-;::..... 1..............:: -: -... :::.....;'-..............:: : :;:':.....I .............:: "': :: ::,nil..... ....._._..........nMKY....._....,1...... '

PLUS
Rides and Thrills on
Royal American Shows' Giant

Midway Give GREEN STAMPS.

SEE IT OFTEN! I .

SEE IT ALL!


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About LAWTEY HAMPTON The Library ROOKE R CITIZENSSenior :4v I II


Colored: CitizensSCHOOL By Mrs. D. E. Hill Citizens will hold their I Shatterproof .
Rj tom JUA&AA&&A&A.- : I y y .tns..v
Annual Dinner at the HolidayInn

Juvenile Fiction BRIDAL SHOWER on Tuesday. Jan. 28, meeting Flexible ;

NEWS WSCS ENTERTAINED ATTORNEY ADVISES COUN. Big Nick (!Laycock); Arm Mrs. Don McDavld, a recent there at 11:30: a.m. Recrea d e

All persons In Bradford County Mrs. Richard Chesser wu CIL ON LEGAL PROBLEMSCity Stage Armil>aie. Fly Away bride was honored with a love Lion Director Oena! Rayburn Long-Lasting bONkY
who have nod finished. high ly bridal shower at the Brooker Assistant Randall Davis their I I
hostess to the Abbie Harley Cir. Attorney George Fierce Home (Liken( ); Kaby Kelly of
school,and wish to study: toward cle of Methodist Women Tuesday met with the Hampton City Cripple) Creed (Wlssman); The Community Center last Friday,, wives and All members of the 36 4nFe..rl .

a high school diploma or a trade night of last week with. Council: at their regular meeting (Dream Watcher (Wersba): To night. A color scheme of laven Recreation Department" and I -361nchswid.- ',

are asked to register In the vo- Mrs. Don Denton Mrs. Eugene Monday ntgJit Jan. .13. Tell My People (Pollard): der and white was carried:ou- their Recent spouses visitors have to been our Invited.club i ''ea Alt. Hi 21" C .4$" wirftfct '..a1i

teach school office IN.Orange St. Starling. Mrs. A. Q. Smith and, Questions raised. by council: Strange Summer in Stratford. ;, In the decorations Including the w
were Mr. and Mrs. Plely Thurs- .
phone 964-6481. Mrs. Chesser present. In tha- members for Mr. Pierce concerned (Perez:); Plonln. The\ Golden Za- individual cake served with = R; a I
ton of and Mr. and
Macclenny.
GIRL SCOUTSThe the Hampton cemetery Mitten) The Magic Stick punch. Games were played during .
absence of the president Mrs. ale ( ; dntt u. .an a
Mrs. Bob Hughes of :New Jer-
Girl Scouts are taking Arthur Green the vice presi city limits building code arrests (Rlngl); A Single. Light (WoOh/ the evening and the honoree 1-

orders for cookies. All parents dent. Mrs. Chesser presided. fines new laws' prohibition clechowska); Sire Unknown received many lovely gifts. sey.A .
Shuffleboard Team has Storm Doors and earn. Po.tiT Prol.ct. w&l. Chair Covert,
.and well wishers tare .asked to Mrs. Denton led the devotionaland : And notary public. (Reynolds); (Miss Agetlna'a Lark Hostesses were Mrs. A. B. been organized and the first Windows, Porchtnctoiurvft and Xo. New. b.hnd.l...., Garrrwnt Mac 1I.,
!please cooperate /iwith them for Adams Miss Sue Douglas. Mrs. Windows unhnobi.., Shower Curtaint
presented the program. He advised council to write to (Sherman); The Owl Service meeting of this will be .
B. E. Dyal. Mrs. L. R. Green group
a successful activity. They need HOMEMAKERS MEETING Lakeland for a deed to the Hampton (Garner). .
held at 1:30: Tuesday Jan.
Mrs. A. L. Green Mrs. J. C. p.m.
.all the moral support you can Extension Homemakers met : Cemetery and to use the Juvenile Non.FlettonCzars ;
21, at the Pratt Street. Center.
Harrell Miss Dottle> Sue Kelley. BUILDERS SUPPLIERS ;
give them. Thursday Jan. 16, with Mrs.Ed .. adjoining property deeds for & Czarinas of Russia Other .seniors In the county STARKE
Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. C. C. are
Girls interested In joining the Durban. Thirteen ladies attended < (Rice); Chile Progress, on Trial urged to join In this activity. 215 E. WASHINGTON Ph. 964-5270 =
Melvin Mrs. O. O. Pierce and.
Scouts may contact 10 a.m.. a.m. (May): Model Making for Physicists Birthday and anniversary

CHURCH call 964.66E3 NEWS for information. Mrs.Roberts.J. O.Mrs.Boyette Trailer Mrs.and George Mrs. 7:30: p.m.Midweek, Training services Union Wednesday 6:30: (Bulman); A Grain of Mrs.BIRTHDAY James L.PARTY Temple. greetings were sung to Mr. and ..ee..e...ee....ee e..

p.m. Sand (Blake); Blollglcal Clocks Mrs. Bobby Jones entertained Mrs. C. T. McManus Alex Morton e
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist H. Colter of Mlmden. Ontario. 7:30: p.m. & Patterns (More): (Prisoner for her and Bob and Nora Hughes.A .
Church: Rev. Willams pastor. The president Mrs. Harry Church of Cod Sunday of The Indies (Household); her tenth birthday daughter.anniversarywith Teresa on get-well card signed by the -----a- r

Monday night Choir No.1 re Faulkner conducted the meet- School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m.. Great Air Battles: World 'Wars a party Thursday afternoon membership was sent to Joe t
hearsal. Tuesday night. Choir Ing when'plans for activities: and 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wednesday
I And n (Lawson: ) ; Out of the Jan 15. Indoor and Elsie stein of Keystone
No. 3 and Ushers Board, No. 2 during the new year were dis 7:30: p.m.Highland. games e
Earth I Sing (Lervls; ); Birds were enjoyed by the 35 guests Heights.
will meet. Wednesday night cussed. Refreshments were Baptist: ) Sunday e .
The members listened attentively
(GraWanskl; Let's Visit Russia and prizes were won by Mitzle .
General Prayer !Meeting. Thursday served by the hostess. School 9:45: a.m. Worship. 11 Alarm
(Fopescu); Midnight Williams and Beverly Kent- to a committee of three. .
night. Story House at the CHURCH ACTIVITIES a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir prac- ,Phelan( ); Bone for Bone (Cos- belle. Refreshments were serv> .Mr. Sage.. Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. .
church and Ladles Circle meeting Grace United Sunday tice 6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting
) Christmas (Dalgllesh); ElsinIt was refreshing. to
grove ; ed by the hostess.
School: 9:43: : : Worship 11 a.m. Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
Band .
Friday Prayer
night. -
learn
The Endless Steppe (HautsJg). ELECTION NOTICE :: that we have a working :
sassssrssaessr and 7:30: p.m., MYF Wednesday Friends will be pleased to
organization of
Clay Union. .
The offices of Mayor Clerk. .
7:30: p.m. learn that Flem. Starling Is at <
First Baptist -Sunday School home again after three weeksIn Marshall and three council Bradford and Baker Counties ...::-. ,
seats will be filled In the City' under the auspices of the OEOIn r WHYORRY
Baptist Memorial Hospital location. .As far as the council !
Bradford The needsof <"
County. :
Election to be (held Tuesday. "' ,
where he underwent surgery.He has been able to learn no previous ;t<<:j.v' '.:
aneefoig. Saturday dinners. will Feb. 11. Candidates for these the children: poor, and the / ,, '
is reported doing nicely. deed has been recorded In ''v : \
be sold from the kitchen. Sun offices must present their reQuests elderly are many and we will 4 \
We regret to note that Mr. the county for this property. .
day, School 9:30.: ( !Morning Service In writing to the Town try to help them to the best of
Joe Starling la a patient In Mr. Pierce said he felt It .
We our ability in .
this
>at 11. Evening Service. 6 Clerk on or before noon Saturday worthy cause. }
Bradford County Hospital. would not be practical to extend *
P. m. Oscar Carter. Jan. 25. Polls will be open In the years that lie ahead .
Mr. and Mrs. city limits of Hampton
MoriaJi Methodist Church from 7 to 7 it Is evident that one cannot
Mt. a.m. p.m. Serving
spent Friday night In Cedar and advised the council to wait .
stand. alone. We must be .
StressService Rev. H. P. 'Hudson pastor. Sunday on the polls will be Mrs. Carol organ ?
School 10 a. m. Morning Key.Miss Elizabeth Terry spent on the county zoning board Jones. Mrs. Doris Kelley and ized and have the will and desire < :' .
) which Is .active at present before
Service at ill. Afternoon Service Mrs. Gerty Jones. to .help others so that In 1'i: .
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last week with Mrs. C. E. setting .up any city building PERSONALSSeeber turn we help ourselves.. We
fIlI 4p.an. Strickland in Gainesville. code. When the county. code ? .
have a good working Library i 5Don't
Greater Allen Chapel AMIS Edwards of Tampa .
and Mrs. A. J- Clary of .:
Mr. he said the city }:
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson Is agreed !argon) spent several days here with Committee and we must .have .
and Mrs.
Jacksonville and Mr.
could adopt It or add to It as other committees
to Join In thenecessary
his sister Mrs. Eva Harrell.Mr. .
pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Spencer Ludlow of Miami were
Godding & Clark Morning ;Worship at '11. EvenIng Friday dinner guests of Mr. they saw fit.Concerning. fines for various Edwards and Mrs. Harrell munity. We activities hope other of our senior com- e let that accumulation of over-due bills e
Motors left Saturday to .
spend a few
Service 6 m. .
p. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.
1 1012 SOUTH Mem. St. A Church Conference will beheld Mr. and !Mrs. :Phil Eunice of offenses ,the mayor sets the weeks with another sister. Mrs. citizens will get the message get you down! Consolidate your debts and pay .
lamonint of the fine, accordingto Hubert Croft In TuUahoma. and come help us In what we
Gainesville Sunday afternoon before Graham were visiting Mr. and city law: although there Is Tenn. are trying to do. : them all off at once with cash you can quickly :
Open 8 am 8 pm the evening service. All memo Mrs. J. H. Eunice and Mrs.
a guide for amounts recommend. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory The next meeting will be held
378-2311 'bers are asked to be present: and Selma Eunice on Sunday.Mr. ed In advance. If the marshall and family were dinner guestsof at 1 p.m. Tuesday Jan. 28. e get on a low-cost loan from us. Protect your .
and L. Rafuse
Mrs. P.
r on time. ( arrests a person .who does not Mr. and Mrs.. Kent Doke in: -Joe Kerrigan.RESURRECTION .
and granddaughter Teresa Har- credit standing fresh start financiallyl!
get a
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have money< for a bond and does Alachua last Friday night.
ley. spent Friday to Sunday
not In mayor's' court a and
Mr. Mrs. Ercell
Fri. Jan. 31 thru Sun. Feb. 2 with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nor. appear Edwardsand
warrant can be sworn In Miami! : :
man ;. ,
COLISEUM misdemeanor. Action Is now) :beIng visited Mrs. Eva Harrell last Many people In Jerusalem believe -
JACKSONVILLE Mrs. W. H. Hall of Jacksonville
taken by the Hampton council Saturday. the resurrection of the dead
has returned from visitof
several days with her a son to use county, Jail facilities Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Douglas will occur In the Valley, of Kid- : TOWN FINANCE COMPANY :

: and daughter-in-law: Mr. and when and If necessary. LyLe announce the birth of a ron a hallowed. burial groundfor

I Mrs. L. M. McClellan. Mr. When the council .revises or son. Forrest Melvin, In Alachua Christians: Jews and Moslems e 226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964.7449.

I I McSweat of the State Farm was Adds a. new city ordinance it General Hospital on January Just outside the city's walls e .

visiting the McCl llans on Sun requires. three readings! at council 14. The Lyles moved to Brooker says National Geographic.
P
tC. day.Mrs. meetings before Its adoption.The from Starke about six months: f.............. .......

McClellan and Mrs city Attorney does-not .have ago_
Maxie Reddish attended the to be consulted nor does a

funeral of Mrs. COlvin MorganIn copy have to be sent to Talla

Macclenny on Sunday. hassee. In regard to liquor or

.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mlrlcal beer licensing In the city the Quality 0 Service
and small daughter of Gaines- city: may Issue and charge for a I

33 SENSATIONAL ACTS! ville visited her parents Mr. license but cannot prohibit beverage THINK I !

FIRST TIM .KIN: AMERICA and Mrs. Earlie Padgett during sales If the state beverage Price SelectionYou

{ the week. .department has already granted .
SEE: The World :Maul Ac McCul- ,
Mr. and Mrs. diaries a license.
chummed Anlmnl Trainer Perform '
tnnlaHlie Kent with KirphnnlH ; lough. of Kingsley Lake ,attended-j .t Jt',,1 iq. recommended that the !*
and TiKcrx! SKK; : Three the Methodist Church Sunday city clerk become a notary pub Can Check n/wnere )ta T wn""d We 'Know; ,You'll Agree' That

I lord of Educated: I l KlephanlH:' and visited Mr. and Mrs. Eu- lie In order /to) notarize any
A J SEEAOOInternalinnai'ireue: ;: gene Pearson. papers that require!. It, lie said. For The Best In Everything, TROPICAL PONTIAC Is The Place To Go! "
Slurs anA :2!( I'rrl..rmln"nl-
p John Smith enjoyed. a family In other business fines and
w mnlxl! birthday party celebrating his forfeitures for the month ,were
f 8th anniversary. Margaret made reported as $17.50. The clerk For Tops in Quality Compare This Elegant New "

AI.1.:SEAT'S; : RFSFICII: : ; the special cake and the rest of reported $268 collected in real

:l\1.1I1I.I\I.Ot.IIl.UU'1'..\: Included: ) !: the family helped> make the estate taxes $223 for cigarette 1969 GRAND PRIX HARDTOP COUPE

time pleasant. taxes $116 In utility taxes plus
TlfKKTSd.NNAI.KATHemminK' : / = ; Mrs Edward Rowe of Jacksonville .other receipts totaling $662. Insurance .
J Pnrk'I'h ket Office and Is .spending the week; .
cost: $292 salaries $268; Beautiful finish with whit interiorcar
This i II a Turquoise
'uckitnn \udilorlum.l'oll .
> .um with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.B. .
removal, street lights .
tree $100. completely equipped with automatic tro..mi..lon.pUlh ,

I----------------.. MAIL ORDERS NOW................. L. Wilklson. $66 and: other disbursements button. radio with rear teat speakers, cruise central /
Mrs. John Broward of Jacksonville deck lid release, tilt steering wheel door locks,
I tingling Bros.Circus / adding up t to $743. power
CG.I. M1r.r-ne. Duir.d
I Jacksonville Coliseum: Nd1 CA.L......I. \ was a Sunday visitor! of feats, white wall tires, door edge guards, remote
.,...... ..... c..... It was '""pointed out that It is power
1143 E. Adams St. Fri Jan 31 9:1 S/M' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest control mirror custom wheel disc, power steering tinted
( Jaduonvill.Fla,32202 Sol.,Feb. 1 10:30: AM Raulerson. against the law to dischargeAny glass, power windows, factory air conditioning. floor

.. ...Awn Seal'( @ S................... a S." .. _. Sal.,F.b.3:30 PM Mrs. Raulerson was visiting: firearms within. the city mats and undercoating
Sol..Fe.I.:1 1 PM I limits and parents ,re'asked to j
.. ........... .. : her brother WlUard Cannon in
I .? .Child' Sells' @ I.".... _.... = I-. .. Sun F.b 2 2:30 PM I
? follow this reminder In allowing
tolll' JUnlThtck/H.0.s.."..._......,.... Sun, .6:30 PM I Tropicana Nursing Home In children to use any guns. Offenders
Jacksonville during: the week.
'I .. .--...........................,.......................................,......". .cAnen,th:A v.d.r emu'II.fk'II10l.il ,>,. II Mrs. H. C. Wainwright enjoy- will be punished by fine. 4699

I Aawl ......._._................. ......n................................... 34 c...... ...._. I ed a weekend visit from her A representative. from the

i CF,,.._.__._..._...SI.t.. ......................;ZI'; ......... .... H...._ I granddaughters Denise and Bradford County Chamber of

I......E.....l.lf............it.n>.. of Jacksonville. council next month Monday

- - ----- evening Feb. 10. .The public Is IMMEDIATE DELIVERYFor

Invited to !hear and question

!him about. the work of the chain.toer. 1969 CATALINACOMPARE

: Tops in Performance
All councilmen ''Were presentfor

.a re last week's meeting and -

also Robert Cutchens Willard

Thomas and A. C. Dennison. This 1969 GTO : -

GROCERY OPENS --

.: 't. Baker's Grocery opened for 2 door hardtop with Immaculate Vedero -

business this week at the Y Green finish' and gold. bucket seats. Equipped

tor mu& Intersection and 18 at the east end .of town. power, steering. deluxe wheel disc and .r ut.m.a.n.ti* equipped ttont.......rnA.. .eo.rl Cl trim.V-8.
all standard factory safety features. :I.n.: Custom., foam cuihiont,, t) r 3444
be
Gasoline tanks are still to i. N* dii bnhn tinted.
.
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ftem factory d! cenditianm d t r
Installed then the front drive ....., nnra..r..N.1./. btltt.d .
area to be paved. They'll have After Only $299 Down, ::or.-. restraint. whiter 0.11!! tint .nd

three gas pumps, and kerosene.: 2799 After f Only $299 Down,
Stocked In the store will be Cash or Trade.

groceries and ,sundries sold on Cash or Trade.

x A cash. basis. Mr. Baker did the
cement block construction of Large Selection of NEW 1969 PONTIACS to Choose From

the building with. the Interiorof

...' .'".NNwwa.N painted block !walls and a.
blue-and-white checkerboard FOR THE BIGGEST CAR SAVINGS IN TOWN

". .AND I BANK BY MAIL ce1l1DS.I .


FOR THE SAME REASONS!" I PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matchett ..t.L",COMINA, '66 VWKartM :65 PONTIAC. ..
l4 I/h V.I tiffin* $1695 .- ..... Withblu $1395 M lull 1695
and son and daughter left Mon Nnn.dnn.nna.n., .ndJ ...eN.AIh: ".".. Its ..d LNen. An.
.... whtt. wall ... .. Very I." lilt* .... .... /nNINI. on
day for their home In Long Island .,... ..Mn.rjlllr.
When you pay bills by mail you save time
I N.Y. after. visit here with /
and trips can do it at any hour of any his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mat-

day in the worst winter weather! Why chette. During their week's

not BANK BY MAIL here for these same visit to :Florida they also drove. OTO'66 with,PONTIAC M.n..1 Turejuaitej $1995 'VittCrwi 67 OLDS*.r ,..".. ......$2695 'TAN 67 It CAMARO. feMutltitl I tlttl' ...2295 I
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down the East Coast to Cape fi H nNn.o l..N ln) *) r. r./A V-1 uto
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excellent advantageous to. reasons? mutton smd nn Air Air Co11h..he. fitm end rally'" INK
you Kennedy and back up the West G.do.n., .. H...... "_.. ........
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Write or ask for our free Coast of the east.
Buddy Cox Is In the UF Medical -
Bankinq-by-Mail forms NOWIRICA!
Center in Gainesville aftera

fall on a construction Job at

(Lake Butler last Friday.: He underwent

surgery. for a knee Injury I IrTR0PI0AIJ-'

and is expected to be boa- .
pltallzed for three months.

Carlton Meng eon of Mr. end

FILO (Mrs. Paul> Meng', arrived horn "SERVICE IS CENTER

on Lejeune leave last N. Friday C., where from he Camp has N M T I A AG TRUCK

been stationed with the Marines. BUSINESS"m p 0 2101: N Mom St

BANK AT STARKEMemb Gene Shealy of Lithia Springs 372 2583TI.

Ga., to visiting big uncle and \ MJJ j Svile

aunt ;here. Mr. and (Mrs. Jeff.
r FederaJ Deposit Ihsurmnce Corp. OPEN' MON,-FRI. 1 A.M. TIL 8 P.M. SATURDAY ALL DAY
; Baker and family.
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Wo, ft '01. Til S.10; T.... ft Thu TU 1:10
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupPage Mrs. Bessie Wood; is opeadlac $enk. Dopt. ep.e Mm-tank CIMS4 All D., V.'..".TNews .
two weeks. in Tallapoosa.) > GA..

with her son, Herbert Baker.and w -., -, -. ,.,
family.

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CLERK OF SAID COURT. 1m The Cherie Cost Of The lief demanded In the Complaint.
BY: VIRGINIA F. DARBY As Eighth Jadlrlsjt ClrrmU O( Witness. my hand and seal ofsaid that sixty:: 60) days after SalesCorp.., Brooker, Fla. (SEAL)
Deputy Clerk. Florida, I. Ali For B........... Court /)1the IS day of of this publication each d.ti Starke Cattle Company. rn witness Whereof r bass. +
RECREATION NEWSDOWLING FIRST PUBLICATION January: Cowsrr."THOMAS. January A. D. 1(69. very such corporation Starke Fla. hereunto. net my hand and caused
t. i>e*. i-i 4t ia SEAL) below that has not In the mean It Is'further directed that a the Great Seal of the State
L HOWARD Plain diaries A. Darby Clerk. time tiled Its report due ana copy of this notice b" publl"h.4on. of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee
PTI'r-'TWON TO wnf tiff -v... PEARL MAT HOW By BeuUh, )I. :Moody Deputy paid the taxes due und.rh.. time In the newspaper Coun the Capitol this the)
STATE PURCHAI1NGCOlllMllIlION ARD. Defendant. Clerk provisions of Section 408.33. :r.hlet't"Phstr: :: pub- 6th day of January A. D "I'
PRODUCE 1I3S It I-t FIOt'ldaStatute.*, will be certi- which home Idoffice Florida Revenue Commission
RECREATION DEPT. fied to the Governor of the county the
DOWNS TRIEST KlorlelMCompetitive NOTICE OF DITTO J. Ed fitraughn. _
T.II.hess.e. State of Florida who will Issuea of the listed corporation are Dlrectolt
The Recreation will : PEARL MAT HOWARDdo line
Produce Department Sealed Bide
Dowllng took
possession Proclamation at that time shown to be looated.
KOTICfJl Of IMTBTVTIOie:
located l received by the State Purchasing John La-mbert: Store* ..
In the old >e .
said
dissolving corporations.BRADFORD
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HEIGHTS -- MELROSE Les Stephenson,


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Hilifes--- Garden Club Observes Arbor Keystone Golf Pro, b



Keystone Day; Plans Flower Show


I By JIM FOX Accident VictimLeslie u

Please Phone in Your Items 473-4MS The Garden Club of the Lakes. we are content among the trees.
:Along each road that maD
of Keystone Heights held Its
has< trod are trees that; point the

Arbor Day planting program on way to God and skies above. Louis Lee) Stephenson son In a highway collision (Friday -

MONTHLY MEETING 7:30.: ___,... ___ Friday Jan. 17. at which time Some are large and others 49. golf at the Keystone night the Professional> Golfers **
of St. wuuamsare a dogwood tree was planted on !pro *
members
9F CUB SCOUTSThe All small, but; God In goodness loves Heights Golf & Country dub for Association, particularly the v
Cub to attend. the Keystone Heights Library *
Keystone Heights urged ""
them all. Florida Chapter has lost
North ,
Friday the past six years, died of Injuries :
played every grounds.Mrs. .
Scouts will have their 'reJ1lVmonUllY Bingo Is Now let us pantiP1"Oteet and Its No. 1 champion. "f
In the parish hall. Play ( Albert Baclunann' club. received about 8.20: p. m. '
meeting at 7:30: P.m.Thursday evening '-
love this gift from Him who "He a champion not
Jan. 17 when the was
There Friday\ oar
: In promptly at 7:30.: president welcomed membersand
Jan 30. begins
evening.
reigns above, and here .below. only through: his '!golf! skill .
await he was driving collided ''with a
Municipal Building. Parent, Is now a large Jackpot friends, and Mrs. (Lena :
the Bo we rejoice on Arbor Day. but because he supported and \
tractor-trailer 16 at
If you on Highway
tnla lucky person Clemens second vice
be sure to circle ing some president '
please It and hope that trees may( crow !patronized: every activity In
enough to Win Penney Farms.
lucky the :
calendar.WOMAN'S aren't officially planted tree.
date on your still promises that alway. Stevenson 'iwas returning (home [North Florida. and often far out."i.\
CLUB the group Mayor Raymond Starnes commended .
W. X. Jones' Clay County Sheriff Installs'Breathalizer' side of his
area.
Miss Fannie E.I>ewaJ'. R. N.. you will have a good time. the club on Its beautl. after playing In a pro-amateur
TEEING OFF The program, closed .with tournament at Fort George Island "Golf was his life l He 'wias' ex- ,
director of the Clay ficatlon efforts, and Cursing prayer by (Mrs. R. N. Sunder. tremely devoted to It and often ;
waa Ladles from the Keystone where he won the pro-pro
County Health Department the program !was a poem *
guest speaker at the buslnes' Woman's Golf Association: read by Mrs. N. W. Harden- land. Test Equipment competition during the afternoon. dipped Into his personal funds
9- \Also In connection with Arbor to promote the ,sport. Gracious -
monthly
meeting of tire Woman's. Cluton (WGA) attended the bergh. It was an original poem (According to State Trooper
Willis- Day, the club: sponsored !a Community and sincere, Les had an effer- ,
Tuesday. Jan. 14. hole folf-a-round. at the written for the Garden Club :Dick Myers' of Keystone He- ,

Miss Dewar explained the ton Golf & Country Club on especially for this occasion ,by Canielia Exhibit at the Clay County Sheriff Jennings that exists between the concentration ights who Investigated the accident vei'C'.nt personality which, made ,,:

week. Fern City Hall last Friday.It Murrhee (right) Is shown Inspecting legion of friends. -C
ervlces. as a supplement'UlI1JII' to Thursday of last W. I. Jones, father of Rev. of alcohol In the breath the driver of the tractor- a ,-

\ and the duties. perlormJed Garber was the only local winner William!: Jones of St. Anne's was the first time that the new breathalyzer. and that In the blood. He explained trailer, Melvin Frazier, Bradfordof "In his wallet at the time

by a public health mine capturing first place honors Episcopal Church. this has ,been, tried, and the recently installed in his office that the breathallzer: will Oak Lawn. m., bad almost of the accident was a small ,

physical therapist, and a home In her night. The Garden Club thinks the entries were gratifying.The with Deputy J. H. Corbln who not only help In convicting a completed a U-turn oOn the highway check. It denoted first placeIn :.

:health aide.A Members of the club felt ft poem so beautiful and appreciates club wishes to thank aU Is a qualified operator as la drunken driver responsible for changing his course from the pro-pro competition play- ...

which loss this week when one who exhibited flowers, and those Deputy T. L. Saunders. ed that afternoon. '.'
little known service great Mr. Jones' thoughtfulness an accident, but will assist in 'west to east He had not quite

is rendered by the county la of their greatest friends and ,and work, and would like to who came to see and er..t.! :>y. The This Instrument was purchased! absolving a. person who may completed the turn and About "He bcwed, out as ,a golf ....

which supporters was killed in an exhibit was open' to the public to comply with Florida's. new champion .too.: "
the "loan closet", from share Its beauty with everyone: appear intoxicated, but 1 is act- three feet of the trailer still pro- x.
disabled automobile accident at Penney! from 12 noon until 4 o'clock. implied consent Law.: which
equipment needed for 111 or TREES :ually: suffering from epilepsy, truded into the right lane of the

patients may be borrow- Farms. We will all miss our When God made the earth -- states, In part, that any person :heart attack, overdose of Insulin : highway when struck by Steven Lea Stephenson .

golf professional. Les Stephen- Mrs. L. C. Stripling Flower who shall accept the privilege '
son's which
ed. medically prescribed drugs car, was travellingwest.
:and it was good, endowed, with ,
I Mrs. Carlton Clark of Green :son. It would be impossible to Show chairman of' the club of operating a motor vehicle under or any other pathological con- Services HeldIn
beauty, wealth and fcod. he
Cove Springs fa In charge of pay Les the tribute that he deserves made the trees to guard the called a meeting of the chair- the laws. of Florida "shall dition. There is a slight rise in the

the loan closet, For additional but our readers should ever-wasting soil ,and reward man of all committees for this by so operating such vehicle. "With continued patrolling highway just east: of where the Keystone:

information concerning this prop take note of Frank Matey'smorning event at the home of Mrs. R. be deemed to have: given his accident "occurred' (Just within
mankind for sweat and toil. and modern detection, we are
column in the Times- Leslie Louis Stephenson, 49. of
dnterested persons may N. Schenberger, co-chairman of consent: to submit to an approved -
Ject the east limits of Penney Farms
In forests ] what meets doing everything In our power ,
Union. He expressed so well deep Melrose, died Friday Jan. 17.
contact Mrs. Clark at 284-9071. the show, on Wednesday afternoon chemical test. Any person Myers said and Stevenson
to needless deaths and apparently -
what all of us now feel. the eye are giant trees that stop accidents as a result of injuries receivedIn
Also you may request a folder. Jan.. ,15. Thirteen chairmen who .refuses to comply. shall did not see the
touch the sky and lift the soul on the road Sheriff pro-
Health AMERICAN LEGION a highway accident at Penney
"The Clay County Public attended. have his license suspended for
truding trailer In time to avoida <
Murrhee
said.
DINNERS from hate and ired and lowly
Nursing Council," by writing to SPONSORS Plans for the Second :Annual 'a period ''of six months accordIng Farms.
collision. Another contributing
202 of sod to faith and In 1968 the Clay County slier.iff's
CoveS American Legion Post hop and love ''Mr. Stephenson: was born at
Green
1575 Idlewlld Flower Show to be held on to the new law. factor to the accident, Myers
and Melrose, of God. department Investigated
Keystone Heights Manners N. C. on Oct. 19, 1919
rlngs. April 26! were discussed. Themefor Sheriff Murrhee said that the
said was that the truck had
their regular On mountain and 135 accidents which resuted in
top > valleys
will
Eldon Kimmons made sponsor and had been employed as golf
Mrs. the show will be "Floral Instrument's accuracy Is attained
monthly dinner on Saturday deep are trees that constant vi- 117 deaths on Clay County roads. turned so that its headlights may
professional at the Keystone
the\ arrangements for this pro- Mel-dies, ,and It will be held by the constant relationship have blinded Stevenson and the
evening Jan. 25. This will be SU keep and give us hope. In Heights Golf & Country Club for
gram. be In the Masonic !Hall In Key* trailer was at such an angle that;
chicken dinner and will raging storm bree2e.yyyyyYYYY.T.T
Mrs. Earl Voyles and Mrs. a or gentle stone Heights. the past six years. He was a
"served at the American Legion dergone surgery on her knee, Its tall lights were not visible
guests of member of the Presbyterian
Schuber
Henry were Hall on Highway 21, betweenthe NEWS NOTESBy she will not be able to conduct Myers ,said that Stevenson
the Palatka Woman's Club on Church' the :Masonic Lodge of
hours of 5 and 7:30: p.m. YYYyyyfMELROSE these classes. IMrs. Payton offered braked his car, which !slid about
Friday Jan. 17. aa representatives day afternoon Jan. 16. Hope Mills, N. C.; Morocco fTem-
to start the classes in 35 feet ,before with the
will be Helen Egan to Impact
The dinners open Junior Department
of the
of the Woman's Club of The girls pie of the Shrine at Jacksonville
the public, and tickets may be of Ellam BaptistChurch February and will contact the trailer. After the collision, Stew
Golfers
Keystone Heights. and the Professional
purchased from any member of Ice skating in list of ten interested members venson's car slid about 50 feet
The Palatka club sponsored went (Association. He was a veteran -
the annual birthday party with this organization. Donations will Jacksonville Saturday. after SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY in regard to a convenient date. sideways, then overturned, coming of World War n.

for. be $1.25 per person.. There have Those enjoying the trip SERVICE PLANNED The meeting place will be Clay to rest on Its top In the ,
table settings appropriate By Joyce Rowe noon. Surviving are his wife, FrancesH.
been favorable comments con to the Coliseum were Janet Under the direction of Mrs. Electric hall. eastbound lane.Stevenson .
each month. Stephenson of Melrose and
The Keystone entry. "Autumn cerning the dinners so why not &&&&&&&&&&&a&&& Box Gay Singleton. Vicki Tlson Raymond Starnes, Women of Most of the members have may have breatheda ,
Leslie Carol Stephenson
one daughter,
tory," for September. featured treat your family to an evening Debbie Box: Kristine the Community Church will pre. long:: desired to have a civic few times after the cru.h.but of three bro-

of good food and fellowship? Joule sent a special wedding anniversary project, and tentative plans death was" almost instanbe- Tampa;
a pair of quail In natural CITED FOR HEROISM Thompson Edith Belk thers. Cecil and Lee Stephenson,
Following the dinners the Pat celebration honoring couples were made for a group of members ous, Myers said. His car was !a
:
andether Copeland
Diana
setting of autumn leaves Air Force Staff Sergeant Wilson Mathews.
both of Greensoro N. C. and
to have a ;
club will have their weekly Susie who have been married 50 and friends total loss.Bradford.
foliage. at 8pm. F. Tyre. son of Mr. and Thompson Muriel Dennis event will work shop and make articlesfor Gilbert Stephenson:! Fayettevllle.N. .
sessions starting The
bingo years or over.
The next meeting of the Woman's Mrs. Archie F. Tyre, has been FInn Lisa. McPherson, and in convalescent homes, was charged with C.; and two sisters Mrs. J.
take place at 7:30: p.m. January use "
"Improper change of
course
be held Tuesday. Finn.Accompanying.
Club will Sandra
decorated with the Distinguished -
ROTARY HEARS TALK 3D, in the church: sanctuary.Rev. hospitals, and other institutions H. Center, Fayett vUl, N. C.,
Jan. 28. This will be a covered- Flying Cross at \Scott Air the girls were and an Investigation> Is continuing -
ON MENTAL HEALTHDr. Leon F. Milner will offi for the comfort of pa- and Mrs. Jack Dempsey.
dish luncheon and a "birthday Force Base 111. for heroism :in Mrs. Bunyon Kelley, Mrs. Dock to see if further charges
John Davis, former chiefof ciate. A reception will follow In tients. Dresses will also be warranted. Greensboro, N. C. f
Christie are
Quinton
tables" party. Tison Mrs.
with the Vietnam. for children's homes. Funeral services were heldat 1
made
Corrective Therapy the educational building.
Mrs. John Bird will be chairman Sergeant Tyre was cited for and Miss Irma Tison. Myers said the shoulders on
Veteran's Administration, was The honored couples will be Mrs. Tony Baker, a new member 10 a.m. Monday In Jones
for this program entitled, his performance as an aircraft Mrs. Ann Quarles received a the highway are wide at the
at the Keystone led Dr. and Albert C. offered to head a committee Memorial Chapel .at Keystone l
guest speaker by Mrs. ,
Club. Short Herbert where the
"History of Our maintenance technician duringan call from her husband. point accident! took
Club last Fri and the work shop start Heights with Rev. !Leon Mil- \:
to F.
Heights Rotary Holt and will include Mr. get !
presentations will be made by aerial reonnaLssance mission who recently returned to Vietnam place, and that Bradford was
day afternoon. Dr. Davis en- Mrs. W. C. Mr. and ner officiating. Interment was'
Byron
several of the original membersof near Bang Son. .The sergeant's telling her he (had arrived ed.The making the U turn tl) stop his \
lightened the members and Mrs. Louis Kyle, Mr. and Mrs.T. fall council meeting of In Keystone Heights Cemetery:
the local club. Luncheon will ,help in locating enemy positions tafely. rig In front of his home- on the
their guests on the understandang W. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. the Clay County Club will be with Masonic rites at the grave.
be served at 12:30. It Is hoped and Mrs. Richard Dur-
: enabled the allies to direct air :Mr. opposite! side of the road.
and application of modem Charles Titus, Mr. and Mrs. :held at Doctor's Inlet Civic DeWitt C. Jones Funeral' Home
that all members will make an against bin and children of Tampa I
and artillery assaults : Stephenson was a ,popular JJ-
psychology with respect to the William Wale Mr. and Mrs. C. Center on January 28 starting was In charge of arrangements.
effort to attend. spent the weekend with his parents gure in area golfing circles
the
enemy.
modern man. H. Haberstroh, and Mr. and at 10',pUflUAlt ne 'pfjlcersv will "' '' H AI V.) rtu.I.H
service of Scott C. W. Dur- ,
The Arbor Day He is now assigned'at Mr. and Mrs. 'And ,had heed the-pro atttCeyistone ".11 ,
Dr. Davis discussed four aspects Mrs. J. Azzie Williams.On be indoctrinated at this I time .
the Woman's Club was .held at What AFB. 111.. In a unit of the MIlitary bin and his brother-in-law and Heights !since the reorganization '"
world
Ritenburgh
of this of
new : the honor roll COUpeSlunable by Mrs. Imogene
11:30: a.m. on Friday Jan. 17. Airlift Command. sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cor- of the country club
is mental health and how many to take part due to Illness Home Extension Economist. J '
Mrs. John Bird addressed the
PERSONALSMr. there
are affected; the discovery of ey.A : ; or other conditions beyond Following the meeting. a covered several years ago. '
members and their guests and Ilson Cub Scout Pack Meeting #
and Mrs. Bobby In
commenting on the tragedY
self; some of the things that their control are Mr. and dish luncheon will be ser
dedicated a dog wood tree in of will be held at the Parish
and Miss Carolyn Tison Frank Matey, golf columnist of
behav- to attend 1
account for our fantastic Mrs. Frank Price, Mr. and ved. Anyone wishing
memory of Mrs. Nettle Lagasse.The visited House Tuesday Jan. 28. Awards
ior today; and finally, what Gainesville recently Mrs. Clarence SIpe, Mr. and may call Mrs. John Payton, the Florida Times-Union .said:
tree was donated by Mr. and Mrs. will be given. The theme for BAPTIST "
their parents Mr. "With the death of Les Stephen-
about tomorrow? !Mrs. Joseph Stein, Mr. and delegate for transportation ar-
Mrs. Azzle Williams. Fit
and this month Is "Physical
MacDonald club The guest speaker has attended Dock Tison. Mrs. Charles Donohoe, Mr. and rangements.All First Church. Keystone: Sunday
Mrs. Sara ,
around Washington and Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Courtneyof ness. Mrs. J. A. Williams, and Mr. members Interested In School, 945 a.m. Worship

president. placed soil Universities and the Universityof Newberry are visiting their (SCHOOL NEWS and Mrs. William Beam Sr. the Horticultural Clinic are in- rTTTTTTf ?*? TfTT fTff Training Union .
7:30
: p.m.
11 a.m..
the base of the tree. Mrs. Albert son-in-law and Mr. Mrs. Maude Watkins, principal -
daughter
Pennsylvania. Dr David has !Mrs. Starnes will b.e assisted vited to attend on Friday, Jan. 6:30: p.m. Nursery open ;
Bachmann read a poem writ- and Mrs. Ruthanne Parr,
lectured extensively in Europe and Mrs. Jerry Stinson. /by Mrs. Milner in arrangingfor 31, in the Clay County! Exten- INDiAN BEACHLake all services. Rev. Lawrence '
the Garden at Melrose
ten especially for and Mrs. James Wise of 3rd grade teacher
Mr.
and the United States He is an this event.HOMEMAKERS. sion Office Green Cove \Springs.! .
Club by Mr. W. I. Jones fatherof Jacksonville spent the weekend Elementary School, have returned Carrol pastor.CATHOLIC
honorary member of the facultyof CLUB Time to be announced later. {
Rev. William Jones of St. with her parents. Mr. and :Mra. from Washington where ( Bwite He) '
the University of Oslo. Nor The Keystone HomemakersClub Mrs. Emily Ison and Mrs.
Anne's Episcopal Church. (Mrs. M. C. King. they attended an ASCD Confer- 871 Michael: H. Ctoltty : Sunday ,
way. In collaboration with the. held its first meeting of Ruby Coppack attended the St. William's, Keystone
Axel Malmgren club chaplain Mrs. Ralph Mathews, Mrs. ence on Unstructured curricu- Ph. '7 -ZUI WednesdayMass
staff of Johns-Hopkins, he has the new year on January 15 in Leadership Training meeting. Mass 9 a.m.
concluded the ceremony with. a Dock Tison Mrs. Johnny Ross. lum. Mrs. Watkins was a group
written numerous books concerning Clay Electric Hall. New officersare and at the January meeting and Novena, 7 p.m.
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prayer. Mrs. Price and Mrs. leader.
mental therapy. Jimmy Mrs. Hazel Davis the on "the
: president presented program
DUPLICATE BRIDGE HERE 'N THEREWe Edith Wallace attended a two- Miss Linda Marchlnton, Exceptional : Mrs. F. P. Egan. vice does and don'ts of clothesline Hello, hello, hello, this Is your- COMMUNITY: CHURCH

The Duplicate Bridge Club. are happy to report that day Work Shop In Palatka last Student Teacher at president; Mrs. Emily Ison, care." "happy to see a change" roll Sunday School. 9:40 &.m.

sponsored by the Woman'sClub. Joe Wallace home week. Melrcse Elementary spent two with the for Morning Worship 11. Youth Fellowship -
will return past secretary-treasurer In the :Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Ison will ing-reporter news

meets every Monday this week after a stay in theVeteran's Capt. Charles P. Lowry, son days last week at SunIand absence of Mrs. Yvonne Dazey; attend the training meeting of you. Of course I'm talking (all teenagers) 7 p.m..
evening at 7:30: sharp at the of and Mrs. Lowry. Training Center in Gainesville, Communion
Mr. Taylor director. Holy -
Hospital Gainesville and Mrs. Mildred Payton, dele- February aCOMMUNITY about the warmer weather we Pascal Carr

clubhouse. The public Is Invitedto NT. and Mrs. H. T. Poole, ofVero has left for duty in Vietnam. attending a meeting on Special gate to Council. had last week. It's sure welcomed 1st Sunday each quar

attend. Beach, were guests last His wife will remain ,here while Education. The projected program, as organized : : CHURCH on my behalf. I Just hope we ter. Wednesday Prayer Service
Last week's winners were: :he is She is living in There will be no school for nomination for Mil-
gone. Placed in Leon :F.
week of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Can- last September for a have more of It. As for the 7:30: p.m. Rev.

First place with 51 points! Mr. trell of Lake Brooklyn. their trailer near his parents.Mr. students at Melrose Elementary weekly Beginners Sewing Class. membership on the Board ot change in Washington, we'llJust ner pastor.EPISCOPAL.

and Mrs. Hardy; .second place and Lowry on Jan. 27, a teacher planning meeting
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Aiken Mrs. Taylor was discussed at length. Due to Trustees at the annual have to wait; and see be-

with 44V4 points Mr. and Mrs. were guests last week of Mrs. and his sister and brother-in- day. the assistant County Agent on January 12 were B. F, Ml- fore I make any comments on

Aubrey Bannister; third place Alken's brother-in-law and sister law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cham The Senior Beta Club of In- Mrs. Donna Druell having un- zell. airs. Janet Hayner, and that. But I truly ,hope and pray St. Anne's: Hdly Communion

with 44 points, Mrs. Ann James Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Men. bers.Miss terlachen High School sponsored Barry L. Wyman for three year that Mr. Nixon will be able to 8 a.m. each Sunday. 1st Sunday.

and Jim Fox; and fourth place zen. at their home in Naples. Carolyn Tison of Gainesville a Spaghetti Supper at the terms and E. A. Rushton for bring law and order to a country Holy Communion 8 a.m. and

with 41 points Mrs. Henry Col. and Mis. Ham Hamilton and Miss Charlotte Hart School Cafeteria Friday night were: Mrs. Roland Bryan and two years. Nominated for the that needs It desperately.The 9:30: a.m. 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays -

Schuber and Louis Kyle. were guests last week of Col. of Fairbanks were dinner before the Taylor-Interlachen Mrs. J P. Vose, 1st place; Mrs. Board of Stewards, all for three way I see things we don't Morning Prayer. 9:30: a.m.

ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS and Mrs. Jim Chesslngton on guests of Carolyn's parents Mr. basketball games. Proceeds W. J. Grollck and Mrs. T. W. year terms, were Mrs. E. R. need many new laws. we just Evening Prayer, Sunday 7 p.m.

There will be an important Loch Lomond Lake. and Mrs. Dock Tison. last Fri from the supper will be used to Hardy, 2nd place: Mrs. B. A. McLean Mrs S. E. Kennedy need more respect and enforce Holy Days announced. Will-

meeting of the CathoUc Coun- Col. and Mrs. Jim Chesslngton day night. send Beta Club delegates to the Allen and Mrs. J. W. Foster. and Gerald Culberson. All were ment of the ones we already tam I. Jones, Vicar.

cil on Wednesday' Jan. 29, In were expecting their daugh- Mr. and Mrs Bobby Hunt and State Convention.The 3rd place; Mrs. Ray Becker and unanimously elected. Mr. Cul- have.

.the parish hall immediately ter and son-in-law, Maj. and son, Craig, spent last weekendIn Junior Varsity at Inter- Mrs. Phil Kromer, Mrs. Mary bertson was also elected Church Thursday my mother Cricket LUTHERAN Sun-

following the evening mass at Mrs. Jhn Peterson, to fly in Alachua with friends and lachen won their second gameof Cook and Miss Iva.. Hlllyer tied Superintendent. Chitty and Joyce Barton at- Divine Worship. 11 a.m.2nd Sun-

from Marietta, on Monday. relatives.The the season by defeating Taylor for 4th. Rev. Leon F. Milner reported tended the funeral of Clayton day. Holy Communion,
at
Junior Girl Scouts had 4138. The Varsity didn't do MAC MEETING that 33 new members were day. Services each Sunday

an "Art In The Round" exhibitat as well, though, and remained HELD LAST WEEK received during the year; there Continued! : On Next Page) St. Anne's Episcopal Church. -

their Troop meeting Thurs- wlnless for the season. Wesley Chestnut, Community were firs deaths. five transfers William Wise. Vicar.

PTA ACTIVITIES Action Director of Putnam and four weddings. Total church .

Best The nominating committee County was guest speaker at membership was reported as
the next month.
Way :Mrs.afternoon.Peterson For will be convalescing will present a slate of officersfor the regular monthly meeting of 342, representing 179 families. NURSERYRABY'S

next year at the regular the Melrose Action Committee Financially, it was a good year. KEYSTONE
at her home following: a
automobile accident. PTA meeting on Monday. Jan. Tuesday night, Jan. 14. He with exceptional support in the O.C. Nursery

recent 27. These officers will then be talked about the possibility of fields of ,home and foreign missions -
Sorry to learn that Mrs. Augh-! Hwy.' 100 Florihome ts -2ia
voted on by members present. Vista Volunteers for this area, welfare, and the building
try Vance is being hospitalized Nursery 6tocJj! Thousand of
The nominating committee and also discussed low ,income fund program. HEIGHTS I
Jacksonville. When we received Plants
in Si Fruit Trees to cbooae
selected the of the
by Executive Committee -- housing with the group The Executive Board

Bank additional information Is composed of Mrs. The recreation questionnaires Church Women will meet at 1 from Shade Trees, Evergreens *
her condition. we Landscape Plants In container
concerning
Way readers. Elizabeth Neale, Mrs. Matchett, which: have been filled pm. on January In the educational DIRECTORY I
will relate this to our CAMELLIAS AZALEAS
Mrs. Frank Jones elementary and Mrs. Eva Randall. out over the last few months, building.PERSONALS .

school teacher at Keystone, bad There will also be a discussion were sent back to the Florida Let U Do Your' LaD4llea"

last week at Alachua of the needs ofthe playground Development Commission! Recreational Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle recently

major surgery Gainesville. by Coach Black, who Surveys. enjoyed a visit from Mr. AUTO USED CARS
General in
What A Difference A She Is still feeling slightly under will show a film and explain; The group also heard a report Kyle's brother and sister-in- :

to what he would like to do to on the success of the Toy law. Dr. and Mrs. E. .7. Kyle, SERVICE
the weather but hopes Hanks Cars
Low Cost Bank the playground to Improve it. Drive they conducted for of Lake George N. y. Used
Loan be and around soon. Complete Auto RepairsAir
Can up l
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- Plans will be started for the Christmas gifts for the needy. Mr. and Mrs. John Paytonof BIG CASH DISCOUNT.

Spring Carnival, 'which will be Twenty-seven children received White Sand Lake enjoyed a Conditioning: Repairs TERMS
ber of Nelson's PoInt. were
Make! vacationing, in Clearwater last held May 3. This is the biggest gifts from this drive. weekend visit from their daugh- & Automatic Transmission BUY .

Mrs. Gar- project; to be undertaken by The next meeting will be held ter and granddaughter Mrs. Bill Service STHAD.
week. Joined
They
Whether you want to buy Car and aist '-tn-la.w. the Melrose PTA for this year. February 4.WOMAN'S Flakes and Debbie, of Jackson PHONE 473-4404 KT. 1, BOX M
a Boat ber's brother
ApplJa..rel. Do HouileHold! It was decided at the Execu CLUB ville. Debbie spent the followIng Hwy.' lOS 8 Mil*. S. Stork
It Bedford
tM quIck Mr. and Mrs. Chuck' Erickson. Little Lake
C..... take advantage easy, economical way. who vacation from live Board meeting that plans Mr. and Mrs. Huel Holloway week with her (grandpar

vice Details 01 our Low Cost Loan Ser- North were Carolina.on for a Talent Show which bad were ,the guest speakers at the ents. CONCRETE PRODUCTS

gladly given No ObJigation. Special remlnderibat the Junior been set for February, be can- regular semi-monthly meeting Albert Dazey has retired from BEAUTY SHOPKEYSTONE _ _

Woman's Club wHJ-be collecting .- celled. It was felt that enough of the Melrose Woman's Club, military service and returned _ _ eo INSIST THAT ALL TOOT

interest had not been shown In Wednesday. to his ,home and family on Jan- CONCRETE: PRODUCTS
for the March' of Dimes
KEYSTONE STATE BANK be the project for it to be worth They showed films and talked uary 4. The Dazeys are newcomers AM THE!: BEST FROM
fund this week. Please generous
in contributions. while. about ihelf' recent trip to to ,Keystone and havea BEAUTY SHOP

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. We understand your that Mrs C. L.. The meeting will be :held In Alaska British Columbia and new mobile .home on Lake EDiTH JOHNSON Owner Edwards Building&upply

the Melrose School Cafeteria at Canada. Brooklyn.

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Sipe recent is doing fall In much her better home.aftera She 8 p.m. Additional parking. has been Mrs. Irene Schrelner Is bayIng Personal and Creative of:Hair Styling Inc.
Form BeautyCulture
Every
DUPLICATE BRIDGE trouble with her Injured! -
for cluQ membersby
Community. Is now staying at Alaaau$:4>0,<. made possible Tue- *t. 9-9; clovedMonday. 7M S. Stmtm. mO44QADODByiUJB
Winners of the Melrose Duplicate lot
i the addition of a parking .
eral la Gainesville. -
I Bridge Club last week next to the clubhouse. (Continued On Next Page) ; .u.KEYSTONE .

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YYYYWyy.WY.Y. Tracy .wtD bam of Wild WOOd Sunday with her parents SUET: !. ," .
win be married" In the Community and Mm. D. W. Carpenter. Lawiey Homo Middle School

DJDMNBEACH Church In Keystone on :Monday. Joyce Barton. Rob- NEWS NOTESBy Entered And : ,I
February H. ert Ward and Mr. and Mr*. Has Arbor: DajrObservance :

Mrs. T. L. Norwood and her Calvin Ward were In Gainesville Helen Egan Articles: StolenThe -
(t.ab .... Ja) eleter! In-law took !Mrs. :Fern on business. Tuesday. 301 Drive-In :

>Byi! >....... H. CMttr Ransen to the hospital for a. Robert and Joyce were In De- borne of !Mr. and Mrs. Arbor Day was observed tA .

1'l.( "WID few dan of observation this land. Wednesday. Robert and From Preceding Pa),.c, Edward F. Vandergrlff.. Route Bradford Middle School last :

AA& week. Mrs. TJnnte Norwood. Mr.. and Mm. Ward spent the 1, Box 172, LMvte,, was entered Friday with a special program .e
A&AAA&&AA&&A&l"rom :
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Mrs. T. L. Norwood's adate -ln- day with Joyce and abed off leg and the doctor had to remcyfi during their absence sometime and tree-planting ceremony. SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M.
( Preceding law who lives In (Miami, bed the dock. Ralph and. Fat Fill the cast. She to confinedto between 6:30 a-m. and 2:30: p.m. More than 700 students attended *
Page) Adults 75c Students 60c
eye surgery on one eye this moo of Tampa spent the week- !her home at Bellalr Point Monday and a number of arti- the program which Included ADMISSION: ,
week. and la recuperating nice and with the Bartons. la' case on West Lakevtew' Drive. cles taken, according the several reading and Children Under 12 Free ," I
Palatka In GaineavUle
of -
Miller ly. ". you are wondering why Joyce Current reports are that Mr*. Bradford County Sheriff's Deg
accompanied b Mrs. :Mona
who to Jack Miller's fath- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels was at borne that much she la Aughtry Vance underwent supplementary partment. tongs Canova on the chord organ FRI., SAT., SUN. JAN. 24, 25, 26
want to our deep
I express
eympatmes er. to the :Miller family have returned from visiting relatives taking a much needed vacation surgery but is and by students playing ttvfl DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 6a
time. for two weeks In MerBhaa "- and Is enjoying sleeping late gaining nicely. Included in the stolen Items ukules an autoharp and two

Sunday at this Teenle and RoY and Waycroas J Ga. and being a lady of leisure.Mr. :Mrs. Frank Jones underwent were a typewriter portable melody bells. The somes wens &

Crenshaw. Jerry and Joan of Mrs. H. A. Holbrook of Plant major surgery in Alachua Gen- television shotgun, pump ,gun led by Miss Eslene Proehllcti.an : .
Gainesville and Peggy:! and City was visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Swanagon and eral Hospital on January 14,! automatic rifle, tape recorder; intern from the University aT

Wayne Hersey of Tberessa Roy Griffin for a few days last daughter spent the weekend at and was able to receive visitor and foodstuff from a deep of Florida. .........."'"".-_"'.""'"_ .t
week. Mrs. Holbrook is MM.Or1ftIn' Griffins Lodge.Mr. last Thursday.Dr. SCENES NEVERI'
freeze. The guest speaker was CountyForest
the day with: us and we I \11 \\I
pent
mother. and Mrs. Maxie Mathla and Mrs. David Holt and: BEFORE SHOWN
Ranger J. C. Prevatt. '
enjoyed some of the nice Yellowtails jJ I"IeI I 9!
that the Bartons :Mrs. F. W. Murray her and son of Gainesville were family, formerly of Waynesboro. Entrance to the !home wa$ Jr. who said that forests are a "IN THE 'ga ,
daughter Mrs. Evans, and Saturday night supper guests of Va.. have moved to Columbia
\ .
caught on the river Saturday. gained by breaking out a. glass unique and renewable resource AMERICAN MEeIuNlenRN.rawu
Hubert and granddaughter. Stacy, and :Mrs. Fred and Vera Swearlngen. Mo., where Dr. Holt is the new kitchen door and are vital to the conserva- ., .cot.ole.- (
grandparents ,in a SCREEN I
My Palma Chitty of Starke came byfor Teohla McGriff, all of Jacksonville NOTICE: Two weeks ago astray pastor of the Presbyterian pane tion of water supply, and for RUTH CASSMANN rRi; H'r" [NOIR Oati IUIIIIC: it 1
were visiting !Mrs. H. T. goose swam up to our Church. providing abundant raw material -
visit on their way (home I
a ducks. We PLUS -
Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe place with our pet for Industry. .
from a weekend o: fishing In
bust week. Mr. and Mrs. X. M. nave no Idea where he came first
Florida was among the .
Gainesville.Mr.. and .Mrs. Kknbrough and Smith and family of starke, from whether it Is wild or Courses Approved For Veterans states to observe a tree-plant- TNE Front STOCK CAR

were Friday night supper tame, or If it belongs to some- in 1886. All state now to GRAND
Barrows big day. PRIX!
and (Mrs. Daryl
Mr.visited Mr. and Mrs. Mac Hum- guests of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. one. As you probably animals know.,my so Trainina At Vo-Tech CenterThe observe Arbor Day at some a II Ir
Wolfe. Saturday. Mrs Smith whole family loves time during the year.
phrey In Tallahassee from. and Mrs. Wolfe vI.s1tethe\ I'm not complaining.. In fact. I Following the program, stu- r 1 ; I
Tuesday to Friday. While they Cosons In Melroae. love to watch the big beautiful following. courses at the
A veteran
receive
Mrs. Barrows cele- may onehair dents took part In planting treesshipped .
there
were Shirley and Dolph Reddishand bird as (be struts and swims BradfordUnion Area Vocation* benefits by attending 12 from Florida (Forest p PATHECOIOR ANAMEPIfANIN E N IONALAr rESt
brated her birthday. about the place. It's j just that -Technical Center have been:
Norwood and Miss children of Starke spent class hours per week In academic Service nurseries. The small
Larry if I lost a beautiful creature approved for veteran trainingby ;
subjects on 15 hours per trees were offered at no cost
like this goose. I'd sure be happy the State Department of Ed- week In vocational subjects. He to the Middle School: and other
to find him back again. SO ucation. obtain full-time benefit
may
participating schools& throughout -
GAINESVILLE If you :have lost a goose recently Auto Mechanics, Commercial by combining. academic ((12 the state.lot FLORIDA THEATRE
ycts may claim this one Cooking and Baking Repair hours) and vocational (IS
by calling 475-2171, and identify and Maintenance of Farm Ma- hours) toward 'high school com
aim! or Jier. If someone chinery and Equipment, Electronics pletion which will not deduct Showtime-Weekdays 7:00) Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00
brought this goose. and left it Technology' Radio and from his eligibility benefits.

Business DirectoryAUTO for us: I don't know who you Television Repair All General For further Information, contact 'CL666A.k FRI., SAT. JAN. 24, 25
are, but I thank you from the Adult Classes. the Vo-Tech Center at 609 :3 BIG FEATURES

bottom of my +' eart. It's a. The following are pending N. Orange St.. or phone 961-

beauty. approval: Industrial Drafting. 81b0 I ,
SALESBRASINGTON MEN'S WEAR Now until next week, "So Appliance Servicing torrid together.'

long, and may the good Lord
STAG 'N DRAG bless and keep you all." Here's Iii lj singing..danCing

CADILLAC-OLDSMOB1LE Leeon. with a poem abuot Goo- Neighborhood Service CenterTo !

SALES SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coats staff the goose.LEEON'S MGM '
Fine Selection of Used Car Arrow Dress Shirt CORRNER Start Classes Jan. 27 presents 'SPEEDWV/W/ I'ANAVISION' MCTBOCOK.H;:

Taken On Cadillac Trade. Puritan Sweaters "Coo.talr" -
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peter Jacket As I sat a-looking.
three through five may
Ladle Out the window the other day.A Bradford County's Neighbor- ages
Sportswear them to the Center where
take
Itu.C Ij.'p
CRANE big ole Goose came swim- hood Service Center has a new and volunteers will take
aides
LINCOLN-MERCURY t STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand ming up, home, and the Center's first
of them while the mothersare
GAINESVILLE MALL Casually on his way. class Is scheduled to begin Mon care
Authorized Sales A Service
with their courses.
If I recall correctly, busy 1 fibfi
Pi
day Jan. 27.
2201 N. Main.- Ph. 372-4373 While a new home Is now "y.
It was on a chilly morn. The Center is now located
MOBILE HOMES available (donated by Mrs.
When I Spotted Goosestaff, Chamber of Com- "
above the
Crane ImportsVolvo Mona Canova), the center still STAY A"wAY J0
With our ducks out eating corn. merce office with entrance at ,
needs tables, chairs, lamps, extension ,
.
Just to sit and look at Goose-
Walnut Telephone
MUSTANG 13 So. Street.
Ask
MO Austin Healey cords and similar items, -
806 E. University, Gainesville staff. .lumber is 9645689. and old clothes are also wel
Mobile Is really a si gat to behold.He's A .sewing class, to be field 6
Phone 372-4251 Homes Inc.
_, colored so fine with white from 9 a.m. to noon on Mondays come.(Mrs. Dixon and her aides are Charley 1'
and brown. will begin on the morning.
ELECTRIC MOTORS .Gainesville', Discount Mobile And maybe a little gold. of Jan., 27. A night class is also planning a clothes closet. This E. ELVISn l.
Home Sale Lot. will be filled with used clothing 11 .
To hear him honking' out the being planned but a definite<< ,
NEW MOON CAPELLAAs which has been mended, and
ELECTRIC news, date has not yet been '
Low as $100 Down starting those who need clothes will be Jolin.About. I CLAMBAKE '
Is like music to my ear. ,
Motor Repair Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 set.Center able to "shop" there.
He tells the world !he's coming Director Thelma Dixon -
I
Furniture Tops Window Bradford County's Center bone I I(7a l( 'iMUNU LAIN foam 'FCHNICOIUR tCHI'LCOPE X.
Without the least bit of fear. is also working with volun- This Q..u : ItDAHIISIS
Of Inc. of six in the CUBB( Clay 1l :
Gainesville. Window
Awning _
He sails the lake with the grace teer instructors on plans for
Repairing RewindingNew 116 N. W. 16th 372-811 Union. Bradford, Baker) Econ-
of clouds in basic education 'As breezed across abridge
courses we
and Used omic Agency area. Three are SUN.. MON. TUBS. JAN. 26 27 28
,
,
When he decides to go for a cooking (with special emphasison in our convertible
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 located in Clay County and one oft
SEWING MACHINESNational swim. commodity foods), art hand- in each of the other counties. my sister's wig/ blew
Ah, to live In this troubled\ icrafts, and music and gently settled onto the
GARDEN SUPPLIES world Courses in basic) education The approximately $70,000, river below. I can imaginethe / WMMOUM PCTMS\\ presents _
given by the Federal government
Sewing As carefree and happy iMm. according to ADINODUALMNIIISPWMUCTON!( {
as will begin shortly horror of persona
for the Centers la s
Johnson &Faris Inc. being
i Machine Co. Inc. Sometimes 'while- watching: :Mrs. Dixon. One class will divided; on a percentage.. _basis\ .downstream who .saw it ', .,
( Complete Line of OoosetaU.I meet from 9 till noon on Satur using the percentage of poor In floating by. Dad's horroris "
8EZD8PLAN'.I'SUeIdPet wish could all live he. and another will Insurance JkNEffbfKURARhARHJA
as
we day mornings does any of his leU
Pfafl the
New Home Nelco each county as determining i
SuppliesFERTJZERS There could be trouble In meet mornings. loss of
no on Tuesday cover the"
Used and Repossessed point. Bradford's share Is $13300 ,-
such peaceful bliss Women who have children "
Sale Repair AU Make the wig? :
"' Where everyone was brave and
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader 611 W. University 378-1351. 1i;
Z24 N.W. 8th Ph. 372-0476 free.

1969 Feed Grain Program Charley E. WHERTHINGI =--
Imo. -i
i JOHNS AGENCY MW-IM.V' .sw! ;..d1ai0.'

About The Same As 1968's 131 So.. Walnut St. DAVid as.y li w..UGOToGN41n. : rd/AIpIAXIAt1U I (


Operating details of the 19G9 serving use to qualify for price. Phone M4-S070 MA

voluntary feed grain programare support! loans and payments is
noV available! to all producers continued at 20 per-cent of a far

according to Leaton Mor. mer's base acreage of corn, sorghum .

NOTICETo can Jr.. Chairman, Agricultural and barley. No diversion. JOHNSON ANNUAL
Stablizatfcm and Conservation! payment iwlll be made for this SALE
Service County Committee.The minimum diversion: except for & FARIS FRUIT TREE

1969 program, announced email: farms the same as in
December 26. by Secretary of 1C33.(;;
I -------------- --------.r-.1
Agriculture. Orville L. Freeman. 2. Additional acreage diversionfor
is virtually identical to that of payment will be possible up a BRING THIS COUPON :

1968 the only major difference to a total of 50 per-cent of the I
All Property OwnersOne being that barley. is included base or 25 acres, whichever la ** fc uJJa B "*""'*"'**1" I And Get

In the program this year.A larger the same as in 1938. The !

national acreage aversion acreage diversion payment rate 2 Dwarf FREE!
target of 37 million acres of will be at 45 per-cent of the total :

or more of the following forms have been corn grain sorghum and barleywas price support (loan level plus AZALEAS :
.set by Secretary Freeman. (payment) multiplied by the proJected
This' compares to an actual I.------a-------a.---I
mailed all who have appliedfor yield.
previously
to
persons !0968 diversion of 32.4 million 3. As In 1966-68. a farm with

acres 'when barley was, not lathe a base of 25 acres or less will PEACH
homestead widow's and/or dis-abled
exemption, program. .receive payments on the first 20 STUART
The diversion. target is designed per-cent acreage diversion at a
persons exemption, and those who have been assessed to produce a '1969 crop about rate of 20 per-cent of the total TREES

three to five million tons below support times yield, and at the. PECAN TREES

on our tangible or intangible tax roll: estimated requirements regular 45 per-cent { thereby causing a slight reduc- the remaining acreage divertedto Florida

tion in stocks to about 47 ( conserving use, (Producerswith

million tons.Producers. feed gain base acreages up
ssniss.arine
of shed grains may to 125 acres will have the option $ 49

(1) Homestead Exemption participate in the 1969 program of temporarily reducing. this 4
'by reducing their total base base down to 25 acres and still

acreage by at least 20 per cent. :be eligible for the small farm d

(2) Widow's andLor dis-abled persons Exemp- This /will make them eligiblefor :provision on condition that no
the benefits! of price. be
program corn, grain surghum or barley TANE-NASHI
tion support loans and payments. planted for harvest en the farm
Additional :acreage: diversion for and that 25 acres are divertedto
payment of up to 50 per conserving uses. PERSIMMONTREES 1. FIG TREES

(3) Application for agriculture assessment cent of the base will also be Other provisions: are: Soybeansthat
encouraged. are planted hi lieu of feed
Signup will be conducted .lm- grains will not earn price-sup

utAneoualy for the feed grain port payments but will be eli- LARGE JAPANESE, SEEDLESS A1'1 $1.4AL.CAN

(4) Tangible returns for stock in trade and program from Feb. 3, to March gible for the price-support loan: YELLOW FLESH OF FINEST
El. 1969. Substitution provisions relating IOW'!
other tangible property National price-support loan to wheat and feed grain acreage QUALITY. ,

levels under the 1969 feed grain will be continued; and malting. $ 295 LIGUSTRUMS

program will be the same as barley will not be exempted GAL. CAN

(5) Intangible returnsIf In 3968. Morgan eadd.: They are from the diversion ,requirements: .
for corn, $1.05 per bushel; sorghum. of feed barley.Determinations. .
Sl.fil per hundredweight : on other factors "" CELSIOR 49<=
oats 63 cents per bushel; and' such as advance payments 2 BUSHEL

rye, $1.02 per bushel. Tbe barley on diverted acreage! and other
you have any questions; on this or on any of -the loan level will ibe 83 cents per details will 'be announced: priorto PLUM EAT MOSS COW MANURE

above please feel welcome to call on us. bushel instead of 90 cents as signup time Morgan said,
In 1968 because the crop to noweligible

for price-support Por- TREES 50 Ibs. ---"-
ments. $2.Qp
All of the above must be filed on or before April Price support payments are GLASSFOR $1111 1

also unchanged from last yearat
$095
J 1st. Thanks for your cooperation in attending to 30 cent per bushel( !for corn EVERY 'UR'OSIMirrors

and 53 cents per hundredweight

these tax matters. lot sorghum. The barley pay Cotton Work Gloves ---- 2 pr. 79c
ment will( be 20 cents per bushel.
These payments will' be oalcui FOR EVERY PURPOSE

GENE LONG laced on planted acreage: up toonehalf 1 .
the farm base times SHEA'SGLASS I PARKING FRET 1JOIINSON&FARIS
projected yield.
Tax Assessor .According to Morgan, key provisions CO. On Our Off-
of the 1969 feed grain Street Paved 2X4 ....w. ltd AVI.- GAINESVILLE PHONE 1T2-HI
172-431S- 1T14IS1till Lot ANG HIGH JPHIrtGJ/ FlOftlDA PHONI_ 4S4-I74S
program are:
N.W.41a ,...*
1. Acreage diversion to con-
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CHITTY ;:tr., ,,/ VJ9. Marine Carps son-ln-lanr
475-2171 *"!" of Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Andersonof SO
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for Distinguished"extraordinary Flying:heroism Cross in AND 6TH ANNIVERSARY SALE!

uood news, fellows. They're caught In the Oklawaha River. aerial night ,Against enemy forces *.
biting again (as of the weekend George Flynn of Starke. In Vietnam" He Is curren*

that 13.) Yes fellows, that brought in 28 specs caught In ly serving in London, England.
warm weather we had last Magnolia Lake. Lt. Col. Irion was pilot of one

week waa just the trick. Everyone George Hill of Barnhill's Resort .of two F- Phantoms launchedto
of my check points reported ( east .shore of Santa Fe) kr-ock: On; :: esency mortar Big Valves Low Low Prices

fish being brought In. Sure reports that he caught six small emplacemei.. -',':hse Intense antl- ,

does sound good, doesn't It? If bass and a Jackrish one afternoon aircraft! flu1' had previously

we could just hang on to that last week.: He had a catch downed one ,a!' cvaft: and damaged

nice weather, things would another day but Mrs. Barnhill several others.
really start picking up again: did not know the exact amountof :The citation says in part: "... Evinrude Motors Cobia Boats

Just as soon as I have a fish. although the lead Aircraft came
chance I'm gonna head out Griffin's Lodge cast shore under a heavy volume of hostile
after 'em and try to take advantage Santa Fe) also reported several fire which forced the (pilot Large Purchase Direct from Manufacturer Off Season Savings will Be Passed on to rout I

of the situation. Well nice catches last week In the to abort his attack, Lt. Col. Iri

now let's take a look and see warm weather. They reported .on completely disregarded his

what is going on with our fish that the specs are biting In own safety as he skillfully maneuvered BIG ON NEW 1968 f r 1
Slim F1.sh.'n-5tuff (Key- Little Santa Fe drifting. One his Phantom throughthe BOAT i SAVINGS

stone) reported several catches man came In with a string of enemy fire and released his
brought in last week. Buddy specs Including a 3 pounder ordnance with unerring accuracy MODEL EVINRUDE MOTORS

Brown of Starke, brought in a Last Sunday, Roy Griffin guided destroying the hostile mortar OUTBOARD AND STERN
20 pound 4 02. catfish and Edwin Jim Redmond and caught 7 and an automatic weapon. 55 H. P. AND 85 H. P. DRIVEBOIiGIIT
had 10 bass, averaging 3 pounds. The
Johns of Starke a Alertedly locating additional enemy
pound cat, both of which were weather was a little too bad for emplacements, he fearlessly AT THE END OF SEASON WE

customers Monday through! ] ignored the Intense hostile fireas ARE PASSING THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU BOAT
Wednesday, but the action :
MATHEWSWelt started Thursday. Roy Griffin he conducted a rocket attack, 2 YEAR WARRANTY
his ordnance with
and Peggy McMillan of Key* delivering

Drilling stone, caught 4 bass. and had 8 pinpoint precision.
more strikes. Roy guided Jim "Lt. Col. Iiion's courage, sup

Melrose, Fla. Redmond Friday. They went erior aeronautical skill and resolute 412 East Call I Street St.
out late and caught 4 bass In' devotion to duty at great SOUTHERN

Phone 475.5101Myera an hour Saturday morning, Roy personal risk contributed mat- MARINE Starke Florida

Pumps guided two new customers and erially to the accomplishment of ,

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the hazardous mission and were
they caught 4 bass In Melrose | i -||- B 1- B i-B> Bi|| -|
SERVICEand
Bay and lost 7. Saturday evenIng in keeping: with the highest
REPAIRS tuey caught 5 more. Sunday traditions of the Marine Corps

Roy and John Swanagon and the U.S. Naval Service." the -" III IIIi
caught 4 bass before the weather citation concluded: e

STARKEBUSINESS got so bad again. They also D
had a few catches of specs

caught In the little lake drifting. hook and still caught fish. Nell

Shipman's Camp (west shore caught several with a cigarette ,
Santa Fe) kept the pace also filter. Next time we go we will -

reporting fish being caught. have to remember to take some
DIRECTORYAUTO Among the local fishermen cigar bands and \some filters USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned George E. LaRue

bringing: Mr.'em and in to Mrs.Shipman'swere Phillip along.My grandfather, Hubert Chit- If you find your name among the Classified Ads, name' brands$15 to up.choose 10. different from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

SERVICE Dampier 25 specs; Eddie La- ty of St ark.e, and Uncle Alfred' :; :: : Parts & excellent repairs all Fire Homeowners
belle 6 bass; Bobby Franzman Hudson of Gainesville, did some : :: come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO make!. KIRBY SALES & LIFE & ACCIDENT
SERV (CE 712 N. Main Gaines-
38 !Miles and
Gilbert S. Brown Johnny specs;44 specs.Valenty Two catches .spec out from fishing Sikes'over Fishing the weekend Camp, FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive vllla 1767110. tfchg I Keystone Heights 473-4892

from Jacksonville of 33 specs, end of Lochloosa). Sat- I
Standard Oil Service Station (North Theatre Passes In DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
ATLAS and 22 specs; one catch from urday, they caught 33, and Sun- own a LongcSamp Home?. MEN WANTED Men cottage

TIRES & BATTERIES Ocala, of 30 specs: and Tommy day, they got 13. Since some of Better built for FJjrMa' liv., parents age over 21. Starting
Budget Terms Road Service Cleveland of Newberry broughtIn them had roe In them It looks New Innerspringsand PUMPS ing. Your plan or ours. pay $295 month promotion opportunities
PHONE 964.7071 4 bass and 20 specs. like they may be about to CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop and regular increases -
__ NEW AND USED Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu-
407 N. Temple Starke Pete and Joyce Barton Ralph "Look out fellows. Here 'I
spawn. Us A Card or Call SALES-P ARTS.SERVICE. ford Mitchell phone- 664- in pay. 8 hour day! 5
15 words ____ 1.25
and Pat Fillmon of Tampa, de fun'I" 1"p to -
come 1
"' sick leave, vacations
PALATKA EA 5-9168 day week
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6853. P O. Box 238 Starke.JIMMY
Robert Ward and Buddy and My father, James Chitty, and (Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells ..Iatate{ retirement. If interested,
t.f.f
HURST'SSHELL MRS. PEGGY SHALLER .a
Nell Garner of Starke went Water Softeners & Filters
A. B. Howard of Starke, went Personnel
Each word over 15 .07 209 E. Adkins St. Ii I please apply In person
down to the Wacasassa on Sat- Quail hunting and killed 13. Expert Service On Manager, Sunland Training Centrr -

urday hunting the red fish but Well fellows, things sure Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All :Makes MOORE'S Gainesville, Fla. tfchg
Service StationGas found the yellowtails instead. looked better this week If it'll paid In advance ____ .35 Upholstered. & Refinished Plumbing Service
SUN SPORTS
Oils Lubrication They caught 250 yellow-taiis anda just stay that way for aVh le. :MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke Phone 96.1.7061DURRANCE ED WAINWRIGHT
few reds. They were bitingso Now, I .hear the ole lake call-
lircs Batteries! Memorials, Resolution Agent
Monarch k PUMP :MOORS BOAT TORVOUB AGENCY
good that Ralph got tired of Ing me, "Come on out and:! get
HASTINGS: TTRESS
ROAD SERVICE baiting his hook and put a In on the action! !" So, until next 7 cents per word AND SUPPLY CO. MONEY For All Your
301) ana! 100\) Starke Dutch Master cigar band on his week, "Good-bye and good & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Starke Ph. 9645791SPECIAL Insurance NeedsSpecializing
710 Lemon Palatka
St. INSURANCE
luckI" THANKS I in
CARDS OF AT REDUCED RATES
i 55HP Etlnrude Selectramatlc, :Mobile Home InsurancePh.
AUTO FIRE, BOAT
00 words or less --_- 5.00ach
MARY DOYLE E.CONNERINSCRANCE I all controls & 2 tanks $819. Starke 964-6818

$ word over BO __ .07 AGENCY
FOR RENT 3 bedroom home.
CALL FOR BIDS tchg Call 9645413. tfchg
Mustanqr The Board Of Of Bradford County"Count Commissioners FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom I FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick

Florida will receive sealed bids home with carport. CARTERPAINTS FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE home, central heat and air condition FOR RENT Unfurnished 3
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at 10-00: A. M. on 1969 the In morningof the Located on Fenced Corner Lot. ready for occupancy. 3 bed-I conveniently located un BR house at Klngsley. Mrs. Fu-
February 3.
courtroom In the courthouse forth Call 964-6464 room 2 bath. Located just furnished. $130 per moth. 323 quay phone 5332209. tfchg
following: Bill Powell outside of city limits In N, Walnut St. Inquire at premises -
HOMES : Adams Leaning WheelGrader SPINET PIANO for sale here.
MOBILE Plnebreeze. Easy monthly
1NcGainesville's Model 105 Serial No. 7011 Real EstateIn or call Starke 964-7753.
This piece of equipment may the Starke Plaza terms. Longchamp Corist\ Co. tfchg Local person of good credit
be seen at the county barn 102 l-i. Un wnleSI. Contact Bifoid Mitchell, may assume low monthly pay-
of Orand and BUY SELL TRADE
Discount Sales Lot near Weldon.the corner pone 964-6SS3 P O. Box i! SEWING MACHINE Cleaned. ments. Full price $343. Write

] < All the Right J'>38 Starke tf-.b I, oiled and adjusted in your Credit Manager, 1708 Indian
RejectaAny
Or Bids. THE KEY TO NEW
Swwe to
i home 33.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs Woods Drive Neptune Beach
Nom" Brand (Seal Charles A. Darby o Gracious Living I POSTED SIGNS: Treated to I! also. All work guaranteed Fla. 32233

SAVE Mobil- Homtl SAVE Charles. A. DarbY at C11ry.10CALL Town House withstand weather- 20c each 1 Dennis E. Coggins Phone 431-

. . . . DoItYourselfSEAMLESS $2.25 doz. Special price on larger I I 1428. tfchg FOR SALE Small one tamllYhou.se.
NEW "MOON F(m BIDS P APARTMENTS: I quantities. Bradford County I' Living room two bedroom
THE NATION'S BEST SELLER The Board Of County Commissioners I Telegraph. tf SEVERAL, G'OD USED Addling kitchen, modern bath
On. Yeor Cuoranltt Of Bradford County Bids 1 Sell or Rent Machines for sale electrics room, front and back semi-en
Florida will\ receive Sealed FumLshedII I II I FOR RENT Furnished small 2
I subtraction credit bal
at 10-00: A. M. on morning I : closed porches. One acre of
12 I wdo, 2 bedrooms from $3495 of February J. 1969. In the or Unfurnished ;i bedroom' house 424 Jefferson ,i ance. Bradford County Tele ground. Call 9R4-5605. 3tp 1-30
courtroom in the courthouse for Street I Starke. convenient to chop. I graph. tf

I 12 wide 3 bedrooms I Pj! baths from $4595 the Their fnllowlng yearly i supply of Bridge Buford Mitchell FLOORING ping area. $55.00 per month. I.I,I ATTRACTIVELY t furnished

BRONZWOO fateriala: Phones Call M I-lIe: 4755276. tfchg!! HAY For Sale 75c per bale. bachelor apartment. Air conditioned
Feet Long.
of 7'9 18
bn0n feet 964-6853 964-6780 I I i J. W. Gasklns. Rt. 2 Box 93, and vented heat. 337
I 12 wide 2 bedrooms, front & rear doors $3495 9Tv..FeeBoard'I'Reseree.LThe HOME REPAIRS Carpentry, Starke. Phone 9645130. tfchg N. Walnut. Gladys Harrington.
from RlirM\ To Reject Any Or All WE MAKE I I painting, no job too small. Free : .' tfchg

12,64-3 $5195 Bids Charles A. Darby BUY SELL TRADE I I estimates Call Starke 964-6401. I STARLING FARM SUPPLY
bedrooms, 1 p
baths from
4 Charles A. Darby. 1123-SO Cler1IT Bill Powell KEYS 2tp 1-23 moving: to new location, off 301 WANTED: Used WringerWasher. .-

CAPELLA- Custom .r Real Estate LABORERS WANTED Per- N. behind Tastee-Freeze. Must Will pay cash or take In
Call 964-S464 and trade on anything.;! DAHMER'S,
LEGAL NOTICE) man nt position. All company I Reduce Stock Buy nov
12 wide 2 bedrooms .from $3595 Sealed Bids will be receivedup In the Starke Plaza save, 3tchg 2.30 9647923. tf-chg
than 10:00: MEN WANTED Laundry benefits! Minimum i i startingrate
AM..tFe'b ata.lail9: In the of- workers Kitchen aids, laborers S1.65. Age 18-45. Apply> WANTED WAITRESS and Cook
Ice of Business ManagerFlorida -
State Prison for the TRAILER LOTS cottage parents watch- Southern Wood Preserving!! Co.. BALDWIN experienced. Call 782-688S for
purchase of harvesting rights of man, cooks and clerks, ground- Baldwin Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Interview after 2 p.m. Trail

With the purchase of In Pine certain Pulpwood designated and Sawtlmber areas of LAKE ACCESS keeper, truck driver. Five 2tchg 1-23 I PIANO & ORGANS Restaurant. Lawtey. 2tchg 1.30
FREE' any new State of Florida land located at $15 Down $15 :Month day week, eight hour day. CHOKI OV TNI ARTISTS'
mobile Florida State Prison Raiford WOODS ROTARY MOWER for EUNICE NURSERY
home
State retirement, vacations
YOUR CHOICE : 7' x 8' Utility Building or Florida.from Bid that forms office.may be secured Lake Lots $2500 Up sick leave. If interested please I Farmall Club. A-l condition. .><1iPluun MUSICco. Pecan Pear, and plum Trees

20' x 10' Aluminum Awning R. V. Turner -Investment Properties apply in person Personnel),I S1GO. Nathan Starling, phone bare rooted. Blueberry and cabbage -
Business Manager 7823896. ltp C.'vllle Sh'ing Center 372.5353 shrubs
Manager, Sunland plants. Ormental
12-5 8t -I3Iff S. E. McKAY Train-I II
Down Payment Never' a problem at :Mustang Ing Center, Gainesville. I I' csntalner grown. 2 miles N.

-1S20 N. AY. 13th US 411 North GainesvilleOut COURT THIS'V COCNT4 FOR..["DOm'. Realtor-Appraiser ttchg WANT SECURITY FOR RENT: TV sets baby Lawtey on 301 turn at sign.

of Town Call Collect 378-1346 FORD c n'D FLORIDA.BRAD. Keystone Hts. 173.4816 STEADY INCOME: ? bds. elec. guitars amplifiers I Phone 782-3465 4tchg!! 2-9
IY PRORATE ?10. BAIRD Growing company needs fall refrigerators: day or week. DA-
In RE. Estate of JOHN FRANK FOR SALE Black and tan 8
WOJCIK, Dec.ae time, year round. dairy pro. HMER'S 964-7923. tf-Chg
month old puppy. Make reasonable -
TICfi.TO CREDITORST FURNISHED 4 Room apartment Mobile Homes ducts sal93mn for established
iI TCr iJor* of the Estate ofceased live offer. Phone
CHRISTIAN Lady wanted to
% WOJCIK. de- Private entrance. Adults NEW and USED : routes. Company has been 7823896.Itp
Serving Florida are hereby notified and 224 W. Lafayette. Phone 964- serving Bay area for 60 years in: and care for handicapped
required to file any claims ore 6149. 8-10-12 Wide with quality dairy products. person $75.00 monthly plus '
Since 1950 d&mande which have 2t 1-23 FOR SALE 65 Ford Galaxie
,alnat said ..**theynt' may the ottlc Good Quality I Two weeks training program. ram and board. Call 9647140. 500. PS & AC. Good condition.
o the County. Judge of Brad- Excellent: pay for hard working 2tp 1-23 Call 7823059. Up
Reasonably Priced Best offer.
Oorifz rvf.ount* Florida, In the
J Qreettng' &rvice at Starke. Florida her Brown Gainesville I man Company:: benefits:
Unc. I within' six' calendar month. from 378-2785 profit; sharing, paid vacation, WILL BUY: Used Appliances, IN TOWN OUT OF TOWN-

M"aI-V 7 *'"a-'oe-'er' ..."N"' ........... of the" data this of notice.the first Each publication claim or Serviced, Guaranteed and I life f and hospital Insurance Furniture TV's, Stereos, anything TWO bed room frame home partly
demand must be In writing and Delivered in Starke Area ;sick; leave. of value. DAHMER'S, furnished close in and very
and must post state the place of residence 1IIIr"!! !!! NO EXTRA COST I CALL COLLECT: HOOD'SDAIRY well built and arranged. Listing
office address of the FOR RENT 2 BR house, attractively -
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially claimant! and must *>. sworn US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th INC.. BRADENTO.V. price 750000.
I furnished at K1ni'sley'Lake
to by the claimant his ,
agent orattorn.r
EaT_ his or 'It will become Volkswagen Gainesville 378-2785 FLA., PH. 7-K-4127 OR: HO. Call Mrs. Klncald. 964-
Welcomes, void Four bed room frame home,
Representative according to law. OD'S MILK, INC., ST PETERSBURG tfchg
Charles M. Schmitt. Administrator FOR RENTFurn.ihed! apartments 7831.
paved street very complete,
: FLA. PH.
New & Used 525-
Ph. 964-5312 2L the Estate of John ,
You and Your Frank WoJclk. deceased. Sales Service good location. Also 2111 3t 2-6 FOR RENT Furnished apart- Close In. We are glad to showthis
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your Eugene F. Shaw house in country. Reasonable.W. ment. Phone 964-6937. Itp one. A real bargain at
14 West I
Call street tfchg
H. Nollman. I
Starke New Home Starke Florida 1 MI. North of The MallGAINESVILLE No. 805 General farm. 60 acres I SI2.600.oo.
Mon-
Attorney for Administrator FOR SALE 1965 Fordor
FIRST PUBLICATION January WANTED Reallable person fenced.: Tobacco: allotment and Iza Ccrvair Phone
hard top $550. house,
bed frame
Two room
: t. lilt f-cr collecting and sales. Prefer barn. 18 Pecan trees outbuild 'I I
The State of FloridaIt 1U 1-St someone with collecting exper- ings. Modern 3 bedrcom home. I'' 782-3495. Up partly furnished out of Town.

lence Contact: Bill Wilson.: Bad. Tractor Included. Heal for poul I> WANTED MAID 3 days week. Listing: price $7.000.00.
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and BIO SAVINGS on all 1968 Evln- 1-30
cock Furniture. 2tchg try. Only $19.690. Terms. References Call 964-
To Aquaint You With Your City.If rude motors In stock. 1968 9'i I I 7714 necessary. UpTAKE Nice shady lots in City. Well

Watcfc hp $360. Southern Marine 412 FOR RENT Two bedroom No. 773 Nie 3 bedroom ._ drained paved streets. The price
E. Call. 1-23 Itchg furnished apartment. 202 N. 5 acres located close( cottai'e'l I OUT RESTAURANT for te very reasonable.A. .
are new in the area phone I.
you a
; Band Broadway. Ph. 9647120. Itp I lrs? in Keystone Heights If Interested
REDUCE: Safe and fast with 000.STROUT
REALTY call 473-4978. Itchg J. Thomas Realtor. Tel. 964-
,t call will bring you a prompt visit Calendar GoBese tablets & E-Vap "water WILL BABYSIT 2 13: my hJme. 2117 N. Temple Ave. I 5701 It

pills." Andrews Drugs Phone 782-3171. It? FOR RENT: Light houuekeep-
tram your local hostess. Please give 12 MONTHS Starke, Fla.
FWM.Y lOt pd 3-27 house Ph. 984-6609 I Ira room. One adult only. $30 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house,
FOR RENT: 3 bedrcom
her a call! She has maps and many -- '1'- FOR SALE C. B.. Carport unfurnished. Conveniently 1-.j I month lights & water included. unfurnished. Conveniently locat-
MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. Call 9646314. ltp ed. Call 964-6841. tfchg
Utility 632 Pir.ewood Dr. cated. Call 9646841. tfchg
room.
Iw4-M. II
, free and wonderful gifts for you 1 mi. from Sarke: corner SR100
from local businesses. The. $300 431-1195 down after, finance 5. balance.4tp 2-13 Ph. HOUSE For Sale By owner. I and 100A i west i i. Electricity, J TRAILER for sale $500 and FILING CABINETS Typewriter .
Stands Desks Chain
One year old three bedroom water and sewage- :n the lot. take up payments I'-i baths,

TELEGRAPH FREE Cute cuddly puppies. two bathi.. Carpeted. Call 964- I Verr.on E. Olin, Lawtey, Ph-// two bedroom. Call 782-3958. Safe.. 8ndford C nnty.r

Phone 9645016. Itchg 6885. Itp''one 782-3664. Itp Telecrapb.

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