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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 30, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r that Bradford County School District has received Bradford County School

a favorable ruling in its integration contest District ". is in acceptable .
in the office of City Clerk Merrill Ed- l' with the Department of Health, Education and Welfare compliance with the I
wards drew praise from Auditor Ned Scott of Gaines :' exactly what effect will this have "
ville last .; 001'." on the local Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Thursday, Jan. 23, when he submitted a ,.".. schools and its freedom of choice
report of the city's finances.An b4
plan ". is not (an) unconstitutional -
The favorable ruling will have If last week's ruling should be
article clipped from the department's labor and expenses a relatively small effect, according Gainesville Sun was pinned on to tell exactly how much r to Superintendent Tom i should In the long run. lose its plan' and is accomplishing
the wall in the office and when that department cost the city Casey. The schools will receive i battle, the local schools wculd desegregation< of its pupils
asked about it one clerk said to operate about $25,000 for new programs 3 lose between $100.000 and $120- and faculty."
It was posted because It Is *'. "But that would really take a ..18"11" which had been held up while (000 in federal funds.
really a switch for' us to be lot of work," Davis added. toI.IThis : __..,,_ ..... Bradford County was on a deferred Reaching these conclusions!
praised for something" The report, which covers the '-.. y status. Hearing Examiner J. C. Good
City officials were well pleased period up to last Sept. 30, lists This :money will be used as win ordered on Jan. 23 the Department -
with Auditor Scott report. total< assets of the city at $4.- uI'It' 0 follows: $15.000 to purchase of Health Education
Utilities Dir.' Oscar Davis said 281.251.In equipment for industrial draftIng and Welfare and the National
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it Is "a step In the right direction. his opening comments r. radio-TV and timber harvesting Science Foundation to( "resume
." He termed it one of the Scott said the report reflects an ; $4,000 to purchase library r and continue Federal financial
most complete the city has ever Improvement In the city's accounting <*u. books and materials; and assistance" to Bradford County
had. procedures, and then $6,000 will be used to( help pay Schools.
Davis said the only further complimented Clerk Edwardsand new billing machine will grind out utility bills and handle numerous lobs at: new teachers who have been Decision was reached almost
step that needs to be taken Is .his staff Scott said the -city hall beginning March 1. Mrs. I-avon Jackson punches a trial bill on the new blred. i t three months after the administrative -

to break down each individual staff has done a good Job and electronic calculator which !in' programmed to give the amount of a bill, Including. tax However, Casey said that ho t hearing held In Wash
accounting records are in good Below many of the wires which make all the contacts for the machine are Bbown, does not plan to spend the Ington D. C., on Nov. 7, and al.
shape. money immediately as "it may most a year after the beginningof
looking about as mixed up as a plate of spaghetti.
The council went over In detail take a little time for the various\ the legal passel between
69 Fair all reports contained in the (government) machinery to get HEW and the local schools.
33-page report, which among working." In his 17-page. ruling the examiner -
other things, showed that cigarette New City Billing MachineThe made these points:
taxes produced $81,979, He also pointed out that there "While the 'position' of the
May Top utility taxes $68,180, and fines 1s a possibility that the hearing s Office for Civil Rights may have
and forefeitures $14.106. city's new $22.000 billing examiner's ruling may not be some persuasive value, this Is
According to the report, tne machine has been installed and J8 the last word on the matter. not; considered administration, office and gen- is set to tie put to( 'work. with ....r.. \- The examiner also gave !the matter of discrimination
All EffortsThe ; eral fund was overspent, as the March 1 billing, accordingto 't--' "any party" 30 days in which The Intent of Congress as inter..
compared to appropriations, and Mrs Lavon Jackson, shown to file briefs containing except preted by the court decisions Is
the police department and above, who will operate the e :_ .- dons and 45 days for the responsible considered by the Hearing Ex-
19th Annual Bradford 'street department also spent machine.. -S Department official to Judy Laramie ambler to be of a great deal
County Fair and Strawberry 'more than was budgeted.But serve notice that he will review more weight.""
'Festival March: 19-22 will be the fire, recreation, and Purchased from the Burroughs the matter. So it will be March .
Office
bigger and better than ever >If utility departments spent less Corp. for $12,500 including 8 before the decision can be> CounselorEmployed -Figures released by the
the reports heard at the Fair 1 than was budgeted. tradein of the city's old maHjWnethe considered the final word on of Civil Rights show that
: electronic calcu- the matter. there are now 20 per cent: of the
Association's meeting: are any Some points discussed.in..tIl new
indication. :meeting were: !(! ipment is expected! to 'negro 'student dn the South as I
So far exhibitors !have purchased -Need for a complete Inventory cut the time it takes to make Casey said the Master Plan 'a whole attending: integrated
$2.000 worth, of space and ] of city property. City Clerk out About 1,800 utility bills each grades seven through! Junior schools. "In Bradford County
the BPW reported that sales Merrill Edwards again made month from !two !weeks to five college In the educational parkat the percentage la almost double
and kindergarten ""
will probably hit $4.000. or dou- 'this suggestion and received days or less. Starke that amount.
.. .. through six In community -"The fact that there Id
mere
ble the amount sold last year O By
\ schools) will into effect inSeptember
Sue :my McRae. When a.n operator becomes go racial Imbalance in some of the
according to (Miss Martha cd
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as planned schools does not In Itself
secretary. -Councilman Neil Tucker experienced it will take about
McCatn. Association as( :: :2t:2da: ;;
"GN:: been true if
According to Miss McCain, i said it would be helpful if the 80 seconds to make out a bill would have even evidence deprivation of constitutional -
Bobby Taylor reported that the 'costs of operating the power and a ledger control sheet "which the school: board had lost its A new family counseling; proJect ,* rights"There "
livestock exhibits "look real ;plant were known exactly so the is
good. and he attributed this 'cost of producing/ one kilowattof 'will take about 40 seconds for tions must be done ahead of After they are mailed, Mrs. case.The Master Plan also means lems of social and geographic that there Is an attitude in the
to the two successful calf scram- electricity would be avail- time in <& separate operation. Jackson will begin entering the that there will be additional isolation of poor rural families community hostile to Integration
bles. Judging will be at 7 or able for 'rate purposes. :Mrs. Jackson to enter readings! Utility bills will be almost the information into the new ma teaching "across racial lines"as has been initiated by the four- of the school system, and in
7:30: Wednesday evening. Scott said such figures wouldbe Into the machine, and another \same as they are now, but with chine and ;hopes to be set .up be. 7th and 8th grade teacher county CUBB Economic Agency.. fact, the very absence of any
Sale of ads for the premium available 11 a better break- 40 seconds for the machine to some change in the form and fore March 1 .witb the new sys- from Brooker, Anderson and Hired Monday night to head evidence to( this effect argues
book, being conducted this year down of department expenseswas do the calculations and come some few items "with which a tem.The RJE move to the educational the new program the first such strongly in favor of the ultimate
Women obtained He said it involveda up with a balance owed. .success of the "Master Plan"
by the Episcopal Church customer must become familiar. bottom photo above showssome park when the students move. project to be initiated by .a.Florida -
will probably be up slightly. lot of work and more manpower One major change will be thata of the many wires and "There will be transfers' of elementary Community\Action program (see below) which( has been a-

So far about $2.100 worth of ads : to do it. For Instance, the previous and separate bill must be Issued printed circuit :beards! con teachers as weD" 'was Miss Judy Laatamle, shown rtopted "
have. been sold, with five more -On pension funds it was present electric water, and gas for each meter. 'No residentialand tained In the desk size system Casey said above, a masters degree graduate -"It Is assumed In the at-.
ads promised. ;reported that as yet a board of readings can be punched Into commercial readings con (Editor's Note: We don't. know If the local schools had lost of the University of Flori sence of any showing( to the con-
Officers elected at Tuesday. 1 trustees has not been set up. the machine. It will then compute be combined onto one bill, for any more .about it after taking their case, the budget for this da's Department of Rehabilitation trary, that the school officials
night's meeting were as follows: Cross. income was various the cost of each, plus tax. instance as has been done. the photo( than most people probably school year would have been Counseling Miss Laramle are endeavoring, with the funds
Frank Williams president O. utility department is as follows: will by looking at the about $50,000 short because this and facilities which they are
: and come up with a total owed. This month Starke utility customers .also holds a bachelors< degree in
given to work with, to provide
T. Huggins. W. S. HaILS Paul (Continued on Page Four) The old billing machine Is slm- will receive the last bills picture.. money was already budgeted. psychology from State University the best quality of education
Hutchins, E. M. Prevatt, and _... of New York.
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for in County
Bobby L. Taylor, vice presidents The family counselor will be a- ,
: Miss McCain, secretary; By CUBB Board link between CUBB and the individuals without discrimination against
T. C. Hazen, Jr., treasurer: and or families in need of any individuals on the grounds
of race, color, or national orlln. -
Pete Novak, general' manager. ----- --- - -- assistance. Miss Laramle plansto

Named were to :the Robert Board E.of Directors Allen Heney Honored For Work -, -With Local Poverty Agency Neighborhood train employees Service of the Center new, Concerning." the "bussing" of

Mrs. Ervin Andrews. Larry who come into direct contact students to achieve integration
WarrenCarve't' the examiner stated "This !
Brewner, Ralph Bryan. : dan
with those persons who use the
Mrs. Jessie Chastain : unnatural and, to the Hearing
the in
Doyle Conner, Oscar Davis A plaque was given former chosen might! not be a woman. scholarships to poverty level center and travel county; Examiner, undesirable situation
Mrs. J. M. Edwards. Jr., Merrill Executive Director W. P. Heney -d ., -Okayed an essay contest for students and want such students search of persons to use the center -. in that the children, both
Griffis Z. W. Hamilton R. ty the CUBB Economic Agency high school students, the essays. represented, their student u In counseling techniques.She in Negro and white, who are trans-
M. Hersey, Jr.. Board of Directors Monday. to be titled "Poverty' In My body.' will do direct counseling ported for the purpose of achieving .
Mrs. Loyree' Lanier W. E. night Jan 20, in appreciation County-Causes. Effects and -Moved, under OEO guide some cases if she deems it expedient such degree in Integration
Lawson Curtiss Marlowe. J. for his. services over the past .y- + What Should Be Done AboutIt. lines, to establish. advisory committees as will be accomplished, are
:yi.: Norman. Bryant Reddish, two years. ."" After discussing what value for each county service The family counseling pro. being discriminated against on
Art Schulz, R. J. Shannon. Heney stepped down Monday the essays might have in com- center. The board decided the gram will seek to establish : ithe basis of their race in not
Dave>! Shuford David Smith and night in favor of Ron Sage, batting the Board voted to givea simplest and most expedientprocedure munlcatlon with poverty level being permitted either to attend
foster Shi Smith.March VISTA volunteer, who was se- -i!! first prize of $25 second prizeof would be to select the families who are "cut off" for the school of their choice or
elected to guide the four-county $15 and a third prize of $10. three-person committee for each one reason or the other fromtheir the school closet to their'
poverty agency after Heney an- Approved' a third program county from among CUBB 5 surrounding environment.The home."
nounced his resignation. sugested by Dir. Sage, this one board members. This would program Is slated to helpa As for solving the problem by
of Dimes CUBB President J. Franklin to give special assistance forhigher guarantee participation andmake : family Identrfy its problems, closing Anderson and RJE,
Keller of Baker County presented education to poverty It convenient to lave .which could be health, financial 1, Goodwin stated his opposition
the plaque to Heney with level students with superior meetings which are planned be- emotional, food management and his reasons for being op-
BenefitBING0 academic records. Sage said he fore the regular CUBB meet
"deep gratitude and posed.
appreciation. legal aid, housing etc.
." would contact colleges such as :ings. The new counselor win attempt He noted that the board's
Heney thanked the Board and the northeast Ivy League ones -Approved service centeremp1o.Yeee ) to reach people with such present and planned policies
spoke of the "growing pains which have funds to grant for :Baker County: :problems end start them on the should "ultimately result In tile

every new organization has," road to a wlution. As the family phasing out, first of the Ana ..
and added "We had ours." A w identifies its problems, derson School and perhaps lat.-
Starke Sage expressed his appreciation .- family counselor will refer themto er, the RJE School, not on a
to Heney for staying on Man Sentenced To Four 10-Day those agencies state, local forced basis, but because of the
Elementary for the past month to break In or federal which can help. reduction in their student! bodies
the new director.In which will occur as more
Miss Laramie 24, has been a
other action during the 3tt M tCUBB Negro pupils elect to attend
Terms In Plea for
Cafeteria wt l Day Proceedings house to house canvasser
:hour meeting Monday in !the ;, Neighborhood House In Buffalo!' the "predominatly white
Bradford courtroom, the CUBB schools.
New York poverty area, a tutor
board: Board Member Herman Johnson congratulates exExecntlve He wrote of one school
Friday Jan. 31 his and insisted that he and field trip coordinator. for
: Director W. P. Heney, who. resigned several weeks ago Forty persons appeared in plea district! where Negro schools
-Heard introduced three new County Court Tuesday. morningto appear before a Jury. poverty level children aged 4- had been closed to achieve in-
7:30 P.M. board members, Gerald Will- after Heney was presented plaque of appreciation by the enter their pleas before Sentenced to .serve four separate 7, and counselor ait Forest HillSchool tergratlon! and where the result

lams and Mrs. Lola Williamson Board.Monday night. Judge Theron A. Yawn and receive 10-day. terms in the countyjail for Girls, Lowell Florida has been "riots, violence, ar-
Food Fun Prizes: of Bradford County Fred Roberts their sentences or to be on four separate chargeswas (state operated correctional institution '- rests and demonstrations by the
of Baker County, and Margaret the $110,000( it Is due to receive service center directors, ana placed on the trial docket. Eddie Wayne Dempsey. 19>;: for girls :up to 18 years Negro pupils and their parents,
R. Mcore Clay County. from OFO during the current Sage will be responsible for Nine persona entered pleas of He pled guilty. to voluntary intoxication iof age). who feel they are being dls-
-Was told by Mrs. Annette fiscal! year for operation.Was evaluating the work of Mrs. not guilty one only after die two counts if improper She served a 13 week intern.ahlp criminated against in the closIng -
This Space Contributed Hughes, project director for the told by Baker Board Hughes. No person will be dismissed Judge refused to accept his pleaof muffler, and willful and at the! MacDonald TrainingCenter : of their neighborhood:
Weekly to Publicize members Fred Roberts that however, until the matter and wanton reckless driving. "
Neighborhood Service Centers in guilty, others received at Tampa as a counselor schools .
Community Event. by the four counties that NSC's county Is still looking for a field is brought before the CUBB sentences ranging from a warn- Noting that Dempsey had previously *- therapist, referral agent and
The are in operation in all four representative to work 35 hours board which has final author- ing to $150 or' 60 days in jail, to been convicted of two placement specialist. Extensive Concerning the over-aQ problem -
CommunityState counties, including. : newly open- per week at $1.60 per' hour. ity in every case.Approved 40 days in jail traffic offenses and other case work with the mentally re- of desegregation Goodwin
Bank ed ones In Baker and Bradford.Was -Approved a staff evaluation: a Manof. thc- Don L. (Muse charged: with charges against him were tarded, emotionally disturbedand ; quoted a court decision:
told by Dir. Sage that plan recently Instituted to meet Year contest to recognize a driving while his license was awaiting trial Judge Yawn said: .There: is no universal an-
Accounts: now Insured the audit report will be delayedbut OEO requirements, according person in the community for suspended, pled guilty, but gave "It's going to take some ratherfirm physically handicapped 'Wa.t1ncl1.lded swer to complex prob'ems! of
up to $15,000 .by the financial situation appears to Sage. Under the plan service' combatting poverty but changed a long complicated explanation measures to convince you ] desegregation: there' is obviously
Federal Deposit larar. to be safe for another center directors will evaluate the name suggested by Dir. which Included two heart attacks that you are not above the law. Miss Laramie was employedby no one plan that would do the
1 ance Corp. month or to. CUBE has been their employees, Mrs. Hughes Sage to Clt.1zen
e funded 40( per cent or $44,000 of w'Jl evaluate the work of the discussing whethrr the person Judge Yawn refused to accept (Continued on Pace Prom (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four)

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Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson
Of Interest To. and family of Palatka were visited relatives Dothan. Ala.
PNpl $ Know Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Sumatra Fla. over the
G. S. Newcomb. weekend.
Miss Nancy Dowling was visiting -
I WOMEN her sister. Miss Margie Mrs. J. H. DuPre Is a medIcal

Mrs. D. W. Whiffen was re- L. C. Adams Is a patient in Dowling in Palatka over the patient in Riverside Hos
elected president of the Nortli St. Vincent's Hospital. weekend. pital.Terwillegar .

.C1edya Mooty: Phone 964-7608 ir Central Florida Optometric
';''' I.a I.- '., Auxiliary at a recent meetingIn
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Gainesville.Mr. .
Faulkner Home. Local admittances to Bradford and Mrs. J. 0. Jacksonand
County Hospital this week family attended the funeralof
Scene Of Open Include: Joe Dyer, Sanford Mrs. Jackson's brother: J.
House Sunday Hicks Charles E. Reese Bert A. Dees in Gainesville last Motors
!McGee Jr., Mrs-( Marion Hawk- Friday.:
Sys I ns. Smith DeVoe Steve Fay MaJ. and Mrs. Charles C.
Mrs. Ben Faulkner and I lk. Paul Crawford Sr., Mrs. Alma Tatum Jr. and children of Eglin
daughter entertained at open Starling Mrs. Juanita Din- AFB were Sunday overnight
bouse Sunday afternoon from kins Johnny Stewart and Mrs. guests of their aunt Mm. Lu-.
,two to five o'clock at their new Laura mon all of Starke; (Mrs. cUe Davis. Maj. Tatum was a M
borne on Brownlee Road. Lois Brown of Hampton; David delegate at the 126th annual stang
Lee Mrs. Merle Brown and convention of the Episcopal
.
MM. Faulkner's daughter. Walter E. Parrish of Lake But- Diocese of Florida at Jacksonville
Mrs. George Jordan of Alma. ler: Mrs. Hope W. Flemmons. Beach over the weekend.
Ga. greeted guests at the door Mrs. Willie McVeigh: and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-
and Mrs. T. J. Forsyth Invited Ann James of Keystone Heights. dale and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
them to the dining room where Colson were camping at St. A
refreshments were served from Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Augustine Beach from Wednesday (
a table covered with a white and daughter. June of Starke to Friday.
linen cloth. At one end of the and Jayne Hardy and Sandra fa:.
Mr.' and Mrs. John Greene
table punch was served from a Register of lift University DASHING-Stripes go sophis
and son visited Mrs. John E.
bowl encircled with red camellias spent the weekend with Miss ticated for spring in Oscar de
and Ivy. At the other end Janet Hardy in Athens Ga. la Renta's urbane gown of Greene In Jacksonville on Sat
of the table coffee was served cotton twill. Printed in brown urday.: .
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmonsof Mrs. Edna Moore and granddaughter -
from a silver service. Centering black and white polka dotted
the table was a silver tray of Wynn-Moseley .Miami were weekend guesst stripes the plunging V-necked of Fort Myers were NEW 1968 MODEL
cake squares decorated with red of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chambers. dress is set off by a wide red weekend guests of Mr. and (Mrs. 2
rosebuds. Engagement ToldMr. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red patent belt. David Browning.
dish are attending the Sheriff's John Gary Hamilton and Paul
Mrs. Edgar Faulkner and and Mrs. Osde Wynn ot convention in Jacksonville from McLeod were on 'the! Dean's
Mrs. Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville Starke announce tile engage- Tuesday to Friday. List at Florida State University

presided at the punch ment and approaching marriageof Mrs. Elise Pass and ,
bowl and Mrs. George Faulknerof their daughter Patricia to son FROM
Randy, and Mrs. Gene Pass Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and
Jacksonville Jimmy Mcxsley son of Mr.
: and
and !Mrs. Paul in
Faulkner of Starke poured cof: Mrs. C. B. Mosley of Middle- Monday were to Cleveland. Ga. from Mrs. Joe Hill Williams and daughter of Baxley. Ga. were S
fee. burg. Wednesday visiting Mrs. Clyde Belche of Lake Butler Sunday visitors! of Mrs. W. S.
T. D. Pass in a hospital, and Slade.
visitors!
were of Mr. and
Miss Vera Faulkner and Mrs. Miss Wynn is a 1964 graduateof Mrs. Pass. :Mrs. J. G. Caldwell last week. Mrs. H. G. Bolllnger of
Larry Echard of Jacksonville Bradford High: School and is Mrs. Lola Johnson has returned Starke and daughter. Marilyn
kept :the gift table which was employed at Andrews Drug from five weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs, Barney McRae of Samford University Birmingham -
covered with a white linen Store. relatives in Newton. Kan. and were visiting relatives in Orlando Ala. spent Thursday to 2190
cloth and centered with an ar- Indianapolis Ind. and Merritt Island over Monday with Misses Mary and
rangement of red camellias. Mr. Mosley graduated from the weekend. Martha Bellinger in Hatties-
Camellias were also used In the high school in Green Cove Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East Mr. and Mrs. burg. Miss.
E. D.
party rooms. Springs in 1961 and Is a surveyor Palatka spent the weekend with have had Tenly Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville -
with the State Road Depart- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas' Mrs. as visitors. Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
ment. L. R. Tenly and Mr and
Mrs. J. D. Lyles Mrs Ward of Lake City were visiting
Miss and (Mr. and .Richard Wenzell of Gainesville
Shanbarger Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. on Sunday.
Mrs.
The John Lyles of
wedding will take place Jacksonville on Sunday and Rev. and
Is HonoredAt Saturday May\ 24, at 8 P.m. In were last Thursday visitors of (Mrs Hugh Walters of Trenton Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs.
Grace Mrs. J. H. Fields. last N. K. Hurst are spending the
Baptist Church.All Mrs. Fields Friday.
Bridal ShowerMiss also had as Sunday visitors Mr. weekend with (Mr. and Mrs. 50,000 Mile or 5-Year \\'arranty
friends and relatives are and Mrs. Charles Fields of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alogna Stanford Hurst at Homasassa
Peggy Shanbarger. invited ,to attend.: Jacksonville. and daughter of Twin Mountains Springs.Mr. .
bride-elect of Feburary 14, W N. H. have moved backto and Mrs. Rod Struth and Save fJJWQl While
honored at a kitchen show Mr and Mrs. William Wlch- Florida and are residing for eons of Tampa Mr. and Mrs.
last Friday evening given any ello of Belleville hitch ara the time being with Mrs. Al Bobby Case and son of Lake
Mrs. F. W. Strickland and :y Altar Society guests, this week of Mr. and ogna's mother. Mrs Steve Wel- City and Miss Kathy Struth of

daughter Mrs. Donald W. To Meet Feb. 5 Mrs. R. E. Firth. don. Jacksonville will spend the They Last
Thornton at weekend with their parents
Kingsley Lake. their home on Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby of Miss Lillian}! Stump and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Struth.
St. Edward's Altar Perry and A. S. Harrison
SocletS'ww Harry Pansby and will attend the Curtis G. Sanders was on the
rntet Wednesday Feb. 5. Miss Laurie Willis of Orlando Southeastern Buyers meeting in
Two games were played dur< dean's list during the last quarter -
ing the evening and at 7:30 p.m. at the home of were Sunday visitors! of Mr. and Atlanta. Ga. from Sunday to at U. of F.
prizes
were
Mrs. Mrs. R.
Lester Humphries. O. Dansby. Tuesday:
won by Mrs. John Shanbarger
and Mrs. Larry Robinson.

The refreshment table was UDC To MeetW. STARKE PLAZA
covered with a white linen SAVE AlDEPARTMEN SAVE AT OPEN

cloth and centered with a crys T. Weeks Chapter, TOC. Prl. and Sat.
Until 7 P.M.
tat bowl of white and yellow Will meet Wednesday, Feb. S. I
Chrysanthemums. Mrs. Marvin at 3:30: p.m. at the home of 1 OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEEK DAY
Brown presided at the Punch Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. on
bowl. E. Call street with !Mrs. L. G. ? STORES Sale

Powell as coo ostess. .
The hostesses presented the
honoree with a .set of canistersas

attended Approximately a memento this affair.of twenty the occasion guests I Health & Beauty Aids I ndDfonthHuge




ColsonWatersWedding Mrs. Ed Prevatt spent last AT DISCOUNT I I PRICES

Feb. 15 Prevatt week with in Mr.Orlando.and Mrs. Edwin

Miss. Linda Kay Colson and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Blackmore
Wilbur L. Waters will repeat of Indianapolis Ind. were recent
wedding vows on Saturday Feb. visitors of Mrs. W. S. CRESTFAMILY
15 at 7:30: p.m. in the First Bap Slade. '
tist! Church with a reception fol Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Massle of SIZETOOTHPASTE savings S
lowing in the Columbus. m
church educational -. Ga were weekend
building. guests of Sen. and Mrs. Charley *
Johns..
The bride-elect ia the daugh Mrs. Adolph Gay Is a medical in everydepartment
ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- patient In Alachua General Hos

son and Mr. Waters is the son pital. Mrs. Gay suffered a (heart V.vME .>>.
ers of Mr.of Lawtey.and Mrs. James L. Wat- attack on Sunday. 63h OZ. ; ...-.. ,

Mrs. Ewell Lawson has been .
$1.05
All friends and relatives are confined to her home with '
Invited to attend.Garden mumps the past week.: 1 value "
Mrs. Keith Gllllngham and
children of Jacksonville were '
visiting Mr. and BOYS WEAR
Mrs. Guy Sale
Club last JR. BOYS
Plans week. US WEAR WEAR

Spring Flower Show Dr. and Mrs. T. O. Bitch of ; GILLETTE [KNIT SHIRTS $150
2 PCS Seta
Starke.
Mr. and
Mrs. R. V. Turtle Neck $150
Turner of the State Farm, and Sweaters $QOO
Mrs. L. L. Fullwood was hos Sleeve
tess to Starke Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. John Burton ofKnoxv11le. i Right Guard 100% Virgin ** Long Rear. $2.99 Re t. 2.99 Slacks Shirta
members at their meeting Tenn. spent Thursday RIGHT Wool Reg. $25.00 Value
Monday night. to Sunday at Gatlinburg, Tenn. GUARD DEODORANT LONG SLEEVE KNIT and REGULAR

Plans werre discussed. for the the Little weekend Melissa with Jackson her grand.spent. ..000....Nt MENS LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE SPORT

Spring Flower Show which will parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. 4 oz. Sport Shirts Reg: $1.99 $2.99 SHIRTS $* 50
be held this year at the County Smith in Willis! ton. 49 C

Fair.charge: The of club horticulture will also exhibitsat be in Bill Mrs.Edwards H. M. Rlcharde and Mrs. J.Mrs.G. $1 va J. $200 and $300 2 For $3 2 For $5 LON SLEEVE

the Fair.Junior Caldwell were last Tuesday: ENTIRE STOCK Polo ShirU $1 00
luncheon guests of Mrs M. E. r
Griner in Lake Butler. Mrs. AQUA
Club Griner also had as .her guest,
Mrs. W. H. Williams of Pen. r
JR.
To Hear Mr. Ellis eacola. GIRLS WEAR

Leon Ellis director of bust- (Mrs. Merrill Struth and Mrs. NETHAIR I 14 LADIES WEAR 2 pea Seta Long Sleeve> SHOE SALE

cess occupations at Santa Fe George Roberts Sr. of Lawtey }M> + Knit Shlrta Blouses -
Junior College will be guest! were visiting. Mrs. Pearl Booker SPRAY V UAYK.TTUv. ; ONE COMPLETE RACK LeatherSklrta-Dreasea! ONE TABLE
to Deland SKIRTS LONGSLEEVE KNIT LADIES
speaker the Junior Woman's on Sunday.
Club meeting Monday Feb. 3. SN (SU) and Mrs. John Spen- SHIRTS BLOUSES DRESSES Sweaters Blo.sea Children Flats Loafers

at 8 p.m.Beta filer and son will leave today -IIOUS5 SI1IGTS One Complete Rack

has for Mr.been Spengler's home] on base ten in days New 13 oz. r. : ; $ Values To

Sigma Phi leave. $1.00 value 4 8 ll; .'// ,.Ltl.A.Hsrh.r?* ki"-r Now iTE$2 S 1- $1.50 $5.99 $200

Color slides of Norway: wen i Mrs H. J. Waters of Tall*- A A A. V
shown by S, L. Peek Jr. at toe, Jiaatce: and Mrs. W. D. Faxon x x $2.
Monday night meeting of Beta, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Faxon ; x A
Sigma Phi sorority. Following of! Gainesville were Sunday dinner x
toe program the regular bust-\ guests ot Mrs. Vergle '' K X X X x' MERCHANDISE
'
UPHOLSTERY
new meeting was held and re Flynn. < V X X. *

freshment served by the boo -,' X V x X REDUCED 2nd BIG WEEK FABRICS
tesses. There are many Item
THE BRADFORD % not listed la this Ad. ALUMINUMCOOKWEAR
COUNTY TELEGRAPH I VICKS VICKS This la Th Weiek
Decent Births RM/U Fun 64" Wide Jt.
Published every Thursdayat yd.
Bradford County Hospital" announces 138 W. Call Street LIFO Formula 44 HAVE YOU SHOPPEDCARP'S $2.9996c Values*" to $8.99 Yd.
44-
the following births. : Starke Florida 32091 HEALTH AND Values To \NT SELECT]
Mr. and Mrs. BEAUTY AIDS
Ronald Edward Second class postage paid U RE COUGH MIXTURE WE
M
Polk. Brooker a eon Michael at Starke. Florida.Subscription COUGtI t. e' II SAVINGSDiscount ENTIRE STOCK B.V.D. U era'gtr
Randolph Jan. 25. LADIES
Price
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cary' Rates "ORMake
> :
Smith. Starke. a son, William In trade area: $i.CO per $1.19 gold. Remedies Tooth FALL AND WINTER It
Austin Jan 25. year; $2.75 six months. 64< Put* Razor Blades SHOP a habit to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eugene Outside trade area: 3.50 value .MANY MORE Hats AT CARP'S.J
Dickinson Starke. a daughter per year; $3.00 !six months $100
Marilyn Edith: Jan. 24.
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19G8 Traffic f r l High School Rodeo ..
p ... ., Seven Called
Accidents Take d? > To be Held t1: ." ,. For InductionBy

2,095 LivesThe V ,,.,,,, '
In Ocala Feb. 15 7I Local BoardSeven

worst in Florida '
:year
< have been called
rr men
:history from the standpoint of 1 Contestants are cow being ac 't JL I Armed
r for induction into the
traffic deaths was reported by Ir
cepted for first 1969 Southeastern V'
Forces February 4 by Selective
on
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the Florida Highway Patrol for Sunshine r 1
High School Rodeoto
; Service Local Board No. 18.
1968. :
be held at the Southestern
r They are: John Arthur Williams
A Florida record roads 2,095 during persons the diedon 12- ai' Saturday.Livestock PavUlion Feb. 15. in Ocala. on V ( volunteer( ), Wilbur Willie Ro-

month period an Increase of gars Arthur Flowers Jr..James
17 per cent over 1967. Any student who has not reached J Calvin Small Edward 'William
According to FHP figures the "?r Ms 20th birthday >is eligible 9 Hamilton, Phillip Alvarez Graham
1968 total Is. 276 above the previous X for tills FFA-sponsored, ) event, Fuqua Answers Questions and &!::arl Lester Williams
high for auto deaths set and of Also called is one transfer
and entry blanks copies from 23 north Bob
the
Delegations and State Sen.
Rep. Fuqua
in 1966 when 1,189 persons lost A '. aa. the rules and regulations will Florida counties represented by Saunders Gainesville from another board Paul Denver
their lives Florida streets furnished Prescott Jr.
on be on request met
Cong Don Fuqua. Fuqua Other attending from Bradford
and highways. Five men 'will also leave on
the Friday, Frank Willlams.
wtlh
representative County were -
Traffic Injuries numbered that date for Dre-induction ex.
Events will be staged for boys Jan. 2-1. In a question and an- P. D. Reddish J. R. amlnatlon.
105,150 during
,
1968 as compared '
.i, h w a'Hc swer session a-t Lake City Kelly George Pierce Gene
with 102,309 injuries during up to 20 years old. girls up to 20(
1967. "This terrible loss is sense Prizes to be Awarded will consist Ion >Meeting, the delegations all Hamilton The Rev. J. Thomas CARD OF THANKS
less and preventable" said of ribbons to the first six places ;represented Chambers of Com !Staab, and Peter J. Novak. i
May we take this method of
merce of the Individual counties. Rep. :Fuqua answered aU
Col. H, N. Kirkman, Public : In each contest with a trophy to
Rep. Fuqua answered questions to him and con thanking our friends for their
questions put
Safety Director. "A renewed ef the !winner of each contest.
about the 91st Congress :and the cluded the meeting /with the prayers) and kind expressions
fort on the part of every motorist of
faces. sympathy in our recent beravement. -
problems lit statement that he "encouragedand
to drive safely will help Four other high school rodeos .
t t. These thoughtful acts
Bradford County had the largest in tact welcomed the for
prevent setting an even worse will be held at later dates, and have been a great source of
membersof ActIon
delegation wit.112 mation of the Congressional -
record In 1969.; he added! at the final event July 4 the
on comfort our sorrow, and will
t. the local chamber present. Committees in :my district.(
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outstanding cowboy and cowgirl JIac real to to always], remain a cherished
a ,, Chamber Presldent-Elect "This is a help me
for all five rodeos will receivea
Baldwin and President Loyree be made aware of youries; ," memory.Ernest
all about} y hand- ewn saddle. LaNier are shown above with tie coBgrecsEian said E. Tanner family.

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BYNANCY'S FLOWERS Mrs. John J. Crews and Ron, John J. ITT assist in robing ceremonies for newly OuRSAUCEF5N0YWORKIN6 you MUST MEAN 1HE WORD GE15
< TROPERLV.'TAKE US TO
appointed Circuit Judge Crews, in Gainesville Tuesday. Photo by Gaiiiestille: Sun. YOUR LEADER BALDWINCHEVROLETOLDS AROUND,90P5: IT 6URE DOES
RELIGION AND: _

FLOWER Is sometimes NAMESIt remarkable John Crews Invested In 8th Judicial '- ,A-4 ( ''

how we associate' nowers with
religion. This is. only natural.be- -TMATSTME.IYME .
'' cause the two go Circuit Ceremony TuesdayJohn NAMEf'fNEYRE + r _o
,;!1 l O : LEADER ,
1| together. Both '0IN CAR SALES '
V I are a beautifuliVRv r = AND' SERVICE/ / t
V'i' part of our lives.Wj Crews' of Macclenny resentaitlve and newly appointed excellent legal ability, integrity -, b ...
WN The Star-of- former Baker County State Rep judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit a .sense of fairness, a sense of
A Bethlehem >is a was invested with the robesof humor, and Industry o
.... )" .. delicate white flower his office and welcomed to The oath of office[ was administered :..,: u
P- "< Yes It has SERVICE SCHEDULE the bench in an Investiture cei e- to Crews by Judge George
\ six points, Just mony held in Gainesville!] Tues i>. Fatten of Starke.
CATHOLIC CHURCHES
like a star. The day
petals of the blossom are white, ST. EDWARD'S. Starke: Sun Many attorneys from the circuit NOW DOUBLE-BARREL SALEUSED
but have green stripes on the day Mas. 9:15: a.m. Thursday and lends of the now
outside. First grown in Italy, it Mass 6:30: p.m. Miraculous Judge filled the courtroom for
has become a favorite throughout Medal Novena, Sat!' the ceremony which wns spon My Neighbors
the world. The blossoms' urday 7 p.m. Confessions, sored by the 8th Judicial Bar y pIN NO
close before nightfall and !It 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Assoc la tlon. ", y '
Is sometimes called "Sleepy ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone Judge John A, H Murp-hree: ] -... .. rI
"
Dick." Being from the lily fam Heights: Sunday Mass. 9 senior judge in the circuit, welcomed ... .
Crews to the bench with .. r. -" [bbDRI[ [ ]
fly It grows from a bulb. a.m. Wednesday Mass and 1 \ .
Whenever have something a comment that in all of the l ( sNOWD00AN
you Novena. 7 p.m. '". _.... ._' 1--.= I
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court's dealings with him aj a o _
Important to say say it with ST. MARY'S. Maccleimys -,' .. .') '1.I 1.-.. -
iloa-ers. Their language is more Sunday Mass. 11:30: a.m. lawyer it has found that he has ..) -
beautiful than words. Call us. the qualities needed in a judge I I

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Board Wins Battle With HEW New Prison 1949.Hassfurder was November."I' $FEB. 3

,,,w; Supt. Assumes Ralford from the
(Continued from Page One) 8, 1968. when HEW wrote a students from kindergarten { 4 K Duties Saturday Park where he County Com-
must be assessed In the light of letter to Bradford' County saY through the sixth grade will at 1957 and had In the court
circumstances present and op :.r.R the school board "has not tend community ,schools. _,C'. u ,...r7ICw7k'Mw New Supt. Don R. Hassfurder intendent since Feb. 3. having
flans avaUable In each Instance completely eliminated: the dual For awhile: it appeared that i R will officially take charge of Sinclair said day from
school ,system as required by HEW might find the plan acceptable + the Ralford State Prison this plans to move the >in the
"Where the court finds the the Civil( Rights Act of 1964." and call off the hear Saturday. Feb. 1. as Supt. De- week to Moultrle ; Monday.
board to be acting In good During this school year the ing. However the hearing was Witt Sinclair steps down after Hassfurder has too! meetings
faith and the proposed plan to Board has taken two steps to held on Nov. 7 and on Nov. 19 Set being with the prison here ,since prison here since
nave real prospects for dismantling further desegregation and the the Board hired five new leach- Boat Show, : ..
the State-imposed dual cause of quality education. On ers who\ are white and who ..'..........'.
system 'at the earliest practicable Oct 9 a Master Plan was a- were placed In RJE and Anderson Southern Marine will celebrate Its sixth anniversary this
date', then. the plan maybe dopted. Under this plan beginning ) and three Negro teach weekend with a boat show at Its 412 East Call Street looatKm.
said to provide effective re in 1969-70 all students in to transfer to pre
ers agreed Some of the boats to be exhibited areabmro above.vs .
lief grades seven through junior dominately white schools This
The passel between HEW and college will attend the educational brought. to 18 the number of
Bradford County begin on Feb. nark In Starke and ell teachers teaching across racial Bradford County School District.
Goodwin said 1n Wa ruling Slade SeesBonding
lines (The goal set by HEW
SAVINGS
that his initial decision ia
districts of this size
for school school 1967-68.) subject to review but set a time For POP UP AGAIN
for the year
limit of 30
for
days briefs "con
301 Drive-In In October :Superintendent twining exceptions" to be filed ONFAlRtANESiF 1
Torn Casey said he was very State Needs
pessimistic! concerning the situ- by the any"responsible party and 43 Departmentofficials" days for

ation If the hearing should beheld 1a
to that
serve notice
; At the time he said "I .
SHOW BEGINS AT 7:00 PJM. think >if we get to the hearing, fas will review 1'. In a speech at the StarkeR
ADMISSION: Adults 75e, Student 60e we'll definitely lose." tary Club Wednesday Sen. >I If
Children Under 12 Free He continued by saying that City PraisedOn Tom Slade Duval County Republican ( ;
:if HEW would look at the plan said we have f
FRI., SAT., SUN. JAN. 31, FEB. 1,2 from "an educational viewpoint Audit reached the point in government a .
TRIPLE FEATUREFor 1 should be very optimis! beyond which we cannotgo J1:
tic. However they may not and. still afford to be gov y,
consider that angle." I Continued' from Pace One] erned.

Three Men It is possible that. the decision electric sales $473.759 water The Senator said that the ,
The Civil War by the hearing examinermav sales $51.191. gas sales $93,363 state and nation are both embarking aal
HEW
not be the last of
Wasn't Hell.CLINT It Was Practice! and sewer service charges $31.. on a new political era
and that the trend toward bigger
547.Total cash OD hand. Including and bigger" governmentmust
FLORIDATHEATRE all funds was shown to be be reversed or 1k
et 329603. we're not going to be able to

4r Information on the city's afford government.Slade y
,
audit >is public and may be ob
tained In detail by visiting the said that new budget
%,' city: clerk's office' at city !hall: ), requests in Florida tor the. next
biennium are in excess of a
SHOWTIME billion dollars over anticipated
Weekdays 7 P. M. revenue, and added that ,
Sunday 3 P. M. CounselorEmployed we will be from two to three .,,
Saturday 1 P. M. million dollars sort: even do- r M
t /, Ing things the way! we do now,
FRIDAY SATURDAYJAN. without any increases" .
?r ,
S, 31, FEB. ,
1 '/ .. 4 ( Double Feature ProgramMine In reply to a Question as to
.NrYr his views on dJ.'icit! financing
., ,j .w (bonding! ) as op"-sed to pay-
EASTWOOD By CUBE( as-you-go. Ben e.*".de said that
"THE GOOD 1 in a state gro'l'.g as rapidlyas
financing
Florida "pay-as-you-go
EfeC? THE BADS'THEtlGET Continued( from Page One) will\ not allow us to
keep up with! growth." He pre .I .,rt.n.],Door
dicted that! the "bonding! ap "
seling Sod to see If an can effective be establish coon proach" will be iv-d more and Hirdlop...,.., Pop-Option
program
LSEVANCLEEF I'+ MOO GIUFFRE I I M1RI0, SREGA>A fECHHISCOPf ed. She will be paid 5300 per more in the futu-e, Now In Ford Country! Special package prices on Falrlane Hardtopswith
I TECHHICOLOR month part ()f the $800 per
WAI T APR 1.i.o ,", I : ., month CUBB lias since new Dlr-! He said that one trouble with popular options. Special Fords, Mustangs, Falcons tool

I JuJLa \ ."ISERG'I'.O''l''EON, ;J.'n' m COLOR by Deluxe UNTFD, XBTISTS ectoSr. Ron Sage ISA VISTA the' state and nation is that .. ......... o vinyl. ..Mill. MO.Hlrttm rM pi.Vinyl Dol Ma Mom fM |M I..Rrn. 0. MoMM "../_JN frt R Hood
+ FilrteM frt ..
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"'" '0""_o' r.co wu i I ; .
intmY
j :* M*U> ( )- our leaders' do not want. .ilV7e.. .. ,. .... mm!1.0 alb i.r tcoop Sptc.il Mttaint ( Mlttt.pi
,IbrGY'uQ1M( ,'FaarellNAlppryyGq; .."I1......"..'.._Hut 1,' tot @I "";;:;...A-( volunteer serving. CUBB at no to teed" .o."d. not trio,,, R D.IIUO 0 .>KMl i micron' rum .M D.m.'Inn Mar", itttrini BntM (Mr.hHI l."moMlni.....'..11. ,Inn pi.nt o Full VMM co"oI cam.., .Au.ol Unto. Raul l ''oc'. m.rtofl. tawtWhiUwilll .
PLUS salary. R '. o Full cirprtinl R Wl..l ewm. 35' or 3"> v t. ." *whltl e11condition.nl
is fuJ. tint**. |ltMTerwillegar
-PLUS If the program sueeeS
!n.LRSI PM h Sage has indicated CUBB may
na:WAR WAGON ROLLS AND THE SCREEN EXPLODES! >AUUMON UNO MMmmmtm apply for a grant from the Office
", of Economic Opportunity Motors
J ( probably -around $40,000 to put Jacksonville

_o ., Ir VRE" family counseling here on a
1 jA
more -permanent baste. Success
n ful operation, of the new counseling DirectoryAuto
JOHN C KIRK program over the coming! Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union
months will probably' weigh!
WAYNE DOUGLAS coa.oai u4_ heavily on OEO's consldeiatton Counties.
"'-. ,- of such a grant request Sage Sales and Service 206 W. Madison St. Phone 96x-7-200 Stal ke. Fla.
told the CUBB board.

u THE WAR WAGON, JrSJl, / flEXtSUN. \i Parrish MotorsSALES The place you've got to go to see what's going on

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FEB. 2. 3, 4 Plea FARTS
mmJ DayContinued ,

Always Good l'>rd tan
Who 921 Laura St. Ph. 3ib: '5654
says they don't make ( from Page One) You could lose :

Westerns like they used to? :In jail If these reasonable sentences BEAUTY ACADEMY:
don't change your atti-
tude and you are convicted In American your last cent. .
Wej did.GEORGE this court again, I'm going to
look up the maximum ,sentenceand Hairstyling
give it to you." if are a
you
DEAn Academy
Also receiving a Jail! sentencewas
"A Ricky Frick another Juv
PEPPARD mARTin enile. However the commitment 21 W. Monroe 3:>V9VU:

paper was not signed.
f @MmiOO r 1 NK SINATRA "The first time you get In the Riverside CARELESSSAVER -'
IiUOfmOOi 8 B DOO
nm a< t UNIVERSAL PICTURE the. Judge told him.
TECHMTCOLOR LADY IK CEMENT"BUCK'S Frick was sentenced to 30 Academy !

days for driving while his license
: was revoked. "I think his ?859 Park St. 388-8537
attitude !Is more significant than Moden: Styling
what he actually did" the. Qualified Instructors Why Not Have
GROCERY Judge ,said. "Not only did he Accredited VA Ap'ov< d
tell a falsehood and violate the Day or Night Classes

law. but he did it knowing the _____unI And
Safety Give
301 NORTH consequences.;
Wilbur Strong was fined $50 I MUSIC .
or 10 days in Jail for carelessly
burning woods. Strong said that. Pauliu Music Co. Your Finances A
11.1.1'or' W HOLI.: .smr.S-NOT: : ( suuu: it was his mother's propertyand
MORE LOW LOW I Sheriff's Deputy Dolph Red Band & String Instruments

SMOKED BACON LB..35l. FOOD PRICES, dish damage Six told was persona the slight.judge received that high the Cl"ison Guitars &: Amplifiers SHOT IN THE ARMAT


fines and had their licenses School SupplleaInatrucUon
.S. MJOI;
suspended. William: Christopher
Guilford! was fined $150 or 60 O Roberts Recorders THE SAME
.89* days and had his license revok TIME
ROUND STEAK IB. ed for 90 days after pleading i Muilo Library-Export

guilty to driving while intoxicated. Repair Department
.
I 11.13. I'OKKNECK 41 W. Monroe .AIL.*"
:i LH. J:VHSPURE{
Ruben
Whiterspoon Crier and FIRST FEDERAL
BONES.$1.00i Sheppard were fined $75 or five PIANOS
3.99'*
LARD days and had their licenses
suspended for 30 days for speed OFFERS BOTH
HAKF.IMTL: : 3 IBS LONG: CHAIN(; ing. Crier was clocked at 87 FOK MUSICAL ADVICEC. ,

{HORTENING 9l RICE 4 LBS ..39* 83.miles per hour and Sheppard at CARTER NICE ,


U.S. NO.l POTATOES .10 LBS..39* $50:Mrs.or five Linda days Adkins for falling was fined to 11II Q r/ INSURED SAVINGS -

have her vehicle under controland F

\r.1.1\S ;RCAJI ST1LI: t to Immediately$25 or three report days for an failing acci I elSa ;;; Higher Earnings!

CORN :. 6 CANS dent.30 Her days.license was ,suspendedfor ,


N 1r.2 AYS IMLISIIPEAS..6;:: Jimmy Crosby a Juvenile KIMRALL "SWINGER"
had his license ,suspended for I ORGANS
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CANS 60 days for failing to :have !his I _
Rbosevtlt MaIJ.-388!
vehicle under control and Jimmy I L .I .
No.2 CANS GA. RED STRING Ray Wlngate was fined $SO, WESTERN STORE
or five day and had his license: I = sss
BEANS..6.CANS suspended for 30 days for going .
80 mrh in aSS mph zone. ;,) ; rr
DUDE r\ st*
LITTLE an1
22O/. l 1'6.. An' 1'arietBEANS..4 rsa .
Richard Eubanks. Jr. and O
Oscar Lewis. were fined $.i0 or Western Store 'I
FOR Q Qi
money.15 days for playing cards for Western Cloth, Leataer- : 3 Savings and Loan!

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Thirty-three persons failed! to pda, Saddle and Traitor
appear in court and forfeited ASSOCIATION OF
their bonds ranging from $20 Charles Sharon Patty STARKE
: l 1 for speeding to $100 for following 118 N. Temple> Ar4 Phoa. M4-8000

.. too closely to $350 for reckless 90S 8. Edgewood M4-U10 I
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ASC Chairman Urges FarmersTo r t --:-: 4. ;lL.f : ;;; 1It. New Classes

Study Program ProvisionsLeaton
Scheduled For Dress And
!Morgan Jr., chairman supply and demand for the
of the Bradford County Agricultural commodities., Farmers must re- Service Center
Stabilization and Conservation duce their feed grain acreage Gift Shop
Committee, urges farm- to be eligible for these benefits.
ers to study provisions of the Signup period for the pro- :More classes have been
1969 feed grain program to Insure gram Is February 3 through scheduled at !the Neighborhood
that they do not overlook (March 21. Morgan said the 1969 Service Senter in its new homeat
benefits available to those who program Is similar to the one 113 S. Walnut Street.
participate. in effect last year -with the Once a month the county
Morgan said that producerswho only major exception that bar- nutritionist. Miss Katherlrte- '
are eligible to participate ley Is included this year. The Neff will conduct a brief (one
In the voluntary production other two eligible feed grainsare afternoon) course on infant FINAL CI.EJlHlleE !i
control program have received corn and grain sorghum.The care. All women who have In- ,
'their notification of "base acre goal of this year's program fants or who are expecting
age" as well as general Information Is to divert to conservinguses babies are invited. The first
on program provisions. more acreage than last class is set for 1:30 p.m. Wed \
Further details on the programare year. Nationally, the goal Is a nesday. Feb. 5 at the Center ONE GROUP
available at the county diversion of 37 million acres Sewing classes are scheduled ,
ASCS office and from county nearly five million more than Zack Edwards Is shown with the Black Anna steer Judged for Monday mornings from 9 DRESSES
ASC committeemen. last year when barley was not grand champion at the Southeastern Fat Stock Show and Solo ajn. to noon and for Thursday. : REDUCED TO
Morgan said the principal in the program. at Ocala Monday.Edwards evenings from 7 to 10. ,
benefits to cooperators are the If the diversion goal is reached. Handicrafts ("taking nothing
availability ef price-support Morgan said, "it! Is expected Sfar Tops Ocala Show and making something") will
loon: price support. payments that total production wouldbe be taught on Thursdays from t,
acreage: diversion paymentsand slightly less than utilization. An Angus steer exhibited: by: but his steer did In a way. The 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. The Centeris $5--$7
Uglier: prices resulting thereby resulting In a reduction 13-year-old Zack Edwards of :youth who got Zack's steer In asking community residentsto
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from a better balance between to. carryover stocks: ; Starke was judged grand champion the switch won the contest. donate materials such as
at the Southeastern Fat Zack drew a wild steer which plastic Items, bottles, old Jewelry -
Stock Show and Sale In Ocala 'c' Cl1dn't be handled. bottle caps and scraps of
Monday, Jan. 27. Showing steers since he was material. $9
The steer was purchased by 10, just\ three years ago, young Tutorial sessions, for studentswho
Royal Castle of Ocala, a new Zack has a win (grand cham- need assistance with their
business owned by four Ocala pion) In every livestock ,In the school work Is scheduled for
attorneys, for $1.25 per pound area, Including the Tampa Mondays from 3:30: to 4:30: p.m.
Terwillegar the highest price paid at Ocala State Fair except the Gainesville -
since 1951. The 1,145 pound show and he has showed
Planning
steer brought $1,431. a reserve champion there. Days
Young Zack, son of Mr. and Zack and older brother, Tom. No Charges
Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr.. con leave Sunday for' the Tampa For TeachersThursday PRICE
tinued his domination of the fair where both will enter Please
MOTORS Ocala show with the win Monday steers. The fat stock show at and Friday. Feb. 8
,his second In the last three Tampa will be next Tuesdayand and 7, will be holidays for Bradford
;years. Last year Zack showedthe !the .sale Is scheduled Wed- County students, and hard-
reserve champion, or sec nesday. at-work days for the teachers.'
ond place steer. Zack's father In Monday's sale at Ocala The students will take a short
won the Cattleman's Breeder Zack first won the championship vacation while the teachers par JOHNSON ANNUAL I
Award as breeder of the win. of his class and breed, ticipate in Planning Days. & PARIS SALE
ning steer. then the competition with all On the 7th kindergarten FRUIT TREE
l Zack also entered the show classes. teachers will attend a multi-
manship contest Monday although Some 78 animals were exhibited county meeting at Hampton _._
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considered for that by the 4-H and :PtFA mem- School.Dr. I U
WE'VE GOT FOR competition. In that contest bers and they brought a totalof Burt Sharp, dean of the : SUNRED :
YOU !
contestants must .switch steersto 30540. Average price per College of Education at the
d show they can handle differ- pound was 48 cents,. 6 cents University of Florida will be in RED : 1"BLAZE"
ent animals. Zack didn't win :ttgber than In the 1968 .sale the county on that day to assist : NECTARINE
the other teachers and the eta!! : :
with their planning.Dowling $195

Lucille Ball, Climbing : TREES :
On These A-l TradeinsOn Ties 1---------------------

Henry Fonda

1969 Fords And 79 Kids i Plaza For LeadDowling ROSES STUART


With Clyde Hit Movies Here w TI, 9 torrid offense Produce'and put a tenacious together PECAN TREES
defense to hand the Starke $$195
Frank Sinatra and a Miami M44 Plaza their first defeat of the
CK VicTODAY teeming with killers, black. M season 6656.
or mailers, topless bikinis girts The game left both teams EACH
cops, cement blocks lead the ., with Identical records and tied
action in "Lady In Cement." ,:jOl...- for first place In the Men's $449
playing at the Florida Theatre Basketball League standings.
Sunday-Tuesday. Feb. 24. There wasn't too much doubtof
Again portraying private eye the outcome of the game
Tony Rome Sinatra becomes after midway the first half, as
1968 Ranger V-8 Pick-Up Involved with a curvaceous .. Dowling Produce took a big TANE-NASHI
lead and completely dominatedthe
!heiress in the shape of Raquel
Welch and ex-convict played by It.. ., .'.f'' ,. .. ., "" game, shooting and controlling PERSIMMON FIG TREES
2,000 Miles Like New. Dan Blocker In his motion picture both backboards. Dowling ,
debut. went In a halftime leading 31-
Phyllis
Also starred In the cast are DAB. tVJnner MengPhyllis 17. TREES
1968 Chevrolet V-8 PickUpCustom lovely pop singer Lanie Kazan John Williams and Jim Beeler $14AL 1
LARGE JAPANESE, SEEDLESS LAWT
Richard Conte as a police lieu were the hot shooters: for Dowl- CAN
tenant, Martin Gabal as a for. ing with 21 and 19 points re- YELLOW FLESH OF FINEST '
Cab. Air. Automatic, Power Steering mer racket chief, and Pat Hen- Meng spectively. John Watson, Starke QUALITY. .. O W. r
and Brakes 11,000Iiles.! ry as a poker-playing pal of Plaza, was the high scorer for *95 LIGUSTRUMSGAL
Sinatra. Selected For the game, pouring in 24 paints: $2
Adventure and hilarity are while Wayne McLeod helped in. CAN
featured in the double bill play- the losing cause with 13 points.
1967 Falcon ing Friday and Saturday, Jan. DAR AwardPhyllis The two teams play each oth- "" '(:
WagonAir 31 and Feb. 1, at the Florida. er only once more, and that CElSIOR BUSHEL 49
The double bill Is headed by Irene Meng. daughterof will be Feb. 17. The second CANADIAN
Automatic. Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Mengof game of the night saw an in- PLUM
Conditioned, and 19 kids in !the headliner cow
Hampton Lake and a seniorat proved Baldwin Chevrolet try MANURE
comedy "Yours, Mine, Ours." Bradford High School, has to get in the win column after PEAT MOS
Ten of 'em are Henry's by a been selected to receive the 3 straight losses but Triest Construction -
1967 Chevrolet Fordor previous marriage, the "yours"of DAR Good Citizen Award by was too much as they TREES 50 Ibs. ..- $2.0JD
the title is Miss Ball's eight the Jean Ribault Chapter of the went down 56-39. $
Automatic Radio and Heater. by a previous marriage and Daughters of the American Re-
one, the 19th becomes the volution. Leading Triest Construction $ O9S
"ours." The DAR Good Citizen Awardto with 7 points each were Tommy
The story is based on the a senior girl Is based on dependability Triest and William Carnes.
1967 Falcon Sports Coupe highly publicized marriage of a service, leader. High for Baldwin was Larry Cotton Wor oven -- 2 pr. 79c
warrant officer and a widower ship, and patriotism, accordingto Mercer with 14.
Frank Beardsley, U.S.N., playedby Assistant BHS Prln. Walker Standings: First (Tie) Starke
Automatic Bucket Seats, Radio and Fonda and Mrs. Helen North Stewart. Plaza & Dowling Produce 3-1,
Heater. a widow played by iMisa Ball, Miss Meng Is treasurer of her Second Triest Construction 2-2, PARKING FREE 'JOHNSON FARIS
residents of northern California class, secretary of the Brad- Third. Baldwin Chevrolet (04. On Our Off-
who met in a naval dispensaryaccidentally ford High Chapter of the National Schedule: Monday Feb. 3 -
and knew It was Honor Society and has 7 p.m., Baldwin vs fowling; Street Paved 224 N.W. (tli AVr.. GAINESVILLE' PHONE 171-)"+
1966 Galaxie 500Tudor love.Alain been a representative of the 8:30: p.m., Plata\ vs Tilest. Lot AND HIGH SPMINU. M.OKir PHONE 454..,.*

Delon, Lino: Ventura BHS student government.She .
and Joana Shimkus costar In has also been a memberof
Ilard V-8 Automatic Air
Top ,
,
"The Last Adventure" in the the Debate Club, Concert and
Radio and Heater. second feature Friday and Sat- Marching Band Future Homemakers -
urday. The three come across a of America Phyllis was
treasure may showing where a co-chairman of the Prom Com Watch For The
cargo plane loaded with gold mittee and Homecoming Festi
1964 Buick FordorAutomatic went into the Atlantic off the vities. B
Congo coast. They successfully Miss Meng plans to study'
Air and Power. Extra Clean. recover the fortune, but then elementary education.
misfortune sets( in.


1 1963 Ford EconolinePickUp .... -


3-Speed. NOTICECOURTHOUSE OF



1964 Ford EconolinePickup I HOURS CHANGE STARLINGWESTERN


4-Speed. EFFECTIVE FEB. 3, 1969IN 10% OFF ON ALL 1 FARM SUPPLY

ORDER TO MAKE THE COURTHOUSE
1 SUPPLIES
HOURS CORRESPOND WITH BANKS AND
, 1967 Falcon Wagon OTHER BUSINESSES: EDDIE STARLING, OWNERIN


: Air Conditioned, Standard Trans. The Courthouse Will Be Open From | OUR NEW BUILDING -- ANDREWS ST. (Rear of Tastee-Freeze on 301)

,
8:30 A.M. Until 5:00 P.M. SPECIAL

i, 1965 Dodge 3-4 Ton Each Day, Monday Through Thursday Door Prizes on the flourAMOIA -l


.: V-8, 4Speed. |And From 8:30 A.M. Unt'l'} 6OO P.M. Grand NITRATE TON

.. On Prize at End of- Day &59

; 1962 Oldsmobile Wagon FridayThe

Courthouse will remain open through the! Bring The Whole Family And Browse

: Air and Power. [Lunch Hour and on Wednesday afternoons. Will]
. |be closed all day on Saturdays. Around See Our New Merchandise FLINT RlVtU MIUS' INC.
: "... ...u ..
ALL CARS PRICED TO Theron A. Yawn, Jr., County JudgeP.

D. Reddish, Sheriff MUST
REDUCE OUR STOCK IN PRESENT
i SELL OR TRADE NOW Charles A. Darby, Clerk Circuit Court -

,. Gene Long, Tax AssessorJ. LOCATION f' -
.. R. Kelly, Tax Collector
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Tornado Cagers Down BoDes Pailatl Fernandina Florida PRE-HISTORIC was an Ice RESORT Age "win..

ter resort"for man mammoths,
Re-Match Set and mastodons thousands otyears
before Miami and (Palm

BulldogsGo Roll Over Sparkplug Tim Murphey en- Getting a chance to average :Beach existed.
I, peered the fast break on the two losses over the next week.
hapless
Brave time and again. will to Per-
Tornado cagers go
Murphey also had 16 assists; meet
Down nandlna tomorrow night
meaning he passed to teammates
Braves Orange Park at home Saturday.Feb. .
to baskets.16 times that lea directly I, and take on Green Cove STANDARDOIL
for the first time next Tuesday.
6641Using Feb. 4, at home.Fernandina STATIONFOR
89-66 Mark Graudons had 13 rebounds edged the Tornadoes
Nd 1k4 and 18 points. The Tor. 53-52 In the first game of LEASE
a fast break and accurate nadoes collected 65 rebounds the season on the Tornadoes'
outside shooting, the Brad- Rolling easily past Palatfca Only other player in double figures home court.
ford Tornadoes easily downed ____ _____ for an 89-66 Tuesday night in was steady David Me- Orange Park downed BBS 49- .
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Bolles of Jacksonville 66.41 for a road game Tornado cagers Knight who scored 13 points and 46 on the Raiders' :home court
their eighth win of the season upped their season standing to got 8 rebounds two weeks ago In a game In If Interested
against four losses. 10-4 and their conference recordto which both teams were down.
The win here Friday, Jan.24, LJI6 63. Palatka Is 0-11 for the sea. All games begin at 6:30: with Phone 964-5132
gives the Tornadoes a 5.3 Florida son. JV contests.
Star Conference record.
Jumping off to an 13-9 lead
David MacKnight sank a free : -'-- midway the first period the Statistics ,00000000000000000
throw just after the opening tip. : Tornadoes led all the way.They BHS 20 22 23 24-89
off to give Starke an early lead -
I tad a 20-13 first period edge. Palatka 13 8 20 15-66 e
which was never challenged. 41
It was 42-31 at the half, and
The period was half over before BHS-McKnlght 6-1-13 Brown :
65-51 after the third period. :
Bolles was able to get on 104-22, Graudona 4-0-8. Blye ,
the Scoreboard, at which time l 15-3-33, Murphey 1-0-2, Graudon 1 ee
the score was 62. Center Charles. Blye poured In 1-3-5, Marks 1-0-2. Chandler
33 points to lead all and .
This was the closest the Bull scorers 1-0-2, Johns 0-0-0, Rttierd .
hauled down 28 rebounds. Manyof
dogs came as the local five 1-0-2. Talley 000. Totals 40- .
his points came tip-Ins
on 9-89.. .
steadily increased their point
under the basket after team..
advantage. They led by 7 at mate missed.Hot a : FRL, SAT., ONLY *
the end of the first quarter by f n. Palatka-McCool 11-4-26 Walker -
IS at half time and finally won 10-3-23, Clay 7-1-15, Webb
it by 25 points. from the left side about :
-, Williams 0-0-0, Anderson ROSES
20 feet out, Adrian :Brown 1-0-2. : -
Totals 29-8-66. \'Jrjiarus
David made basket after basket when -
MacKnight and Charles
) S .
Blye] accounted for 13 of the 19>> Palatka's zone defense saggedto -i,' f4 at.,
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the opposite aide.Brown end _. 60 i
first quarter points. The Tornadoes -- ---" -- $1- 1TREEl" e
ed up with 22 points. It WAS his .
added 18 more points (in 6Adrian TYFF.WR.'fT.RSJanual: : or \
and Blye' high for the season ( .
the second quarter with Blye Elect 1"10.: Tor r.-In or rent. :
and Adraln Brown accounting and a season high for the entire .
Bradford
Coun'y Telegraph "
for 14. The third quarter was team. ,
\
all Tornado as they outscored
Bolles 12.2 ending the third i 1j. j :
quarter with a 55-29 advantage ROSES
Brown number 14, was hot from the corner all 1 J night grains Palatka as be HEARING AID CENTER 'V ".-1 4
Bolles managed to out score' scored 22 points. He didn't shoot this time, however, but zipped the round ball to A,

the Tornadoes 12-11 in the final center Charlea Blye, number 22, and Starke bad another two polDb.BoUes' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1969 $6.00 ;( ;
period as Coach Sexton put an : 4
12.2 zone defense was Tim Murphey again drew
entirely new team into the
BENEFIT BASKETBALL
10 A.M.; TO
3 P.M.T.
game. ineffective against: Starke's offense praise from Coach sexton for : .
GAME TUESDAYThe

.gftWftiSft:::::::::::::::::::::::::!':%::::::-:%::::::w.::::>:XX:::::::::::%::Xy:::::::::. outside, primarily shooting because of Adraln of the his Murphey fine all-around was credited performance.with 17 Starke Rotary Club will Mitchell's Drug Store t ANNUALS Doz. 89c 4

:;;: J a J ::;: Brown Mark Graudon and assists in the game and now play the BHS faculty membersin 4
::1 1 : David MacKnlght. leads the team In that depart- a benefit basketball game &t t 127 E. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
11 Once again the Tornadoes
I 1 the BHS gym at 2 p.m. Tues-
COTTON had 4 of the 5 starters AZALEAS 1.00
scoring ment with 52. An assist In basketball day. Feb. 4. All proceeds will -
in double figures. Charles Blye SERVICE & BATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES 4
to the March of Dimes.
is credited to a player go The
I I led all scorers with 22 points\ public is invited to FREE
BALLS when his pass to a team mate come out .
I | Adrain Brown had 14, Mark
and the fun.
leads directly to a score see
HEARING TEST WITHOUT OBLIGATIONSEE
Graudon 11. and David Mac- 4
;1 1 STERILE 65'S33C 1 I 11 Knight 10. As a team the Tornadoes THE ONE AND ONLY ILIGUSTRUM - 79c
hit 27 of 62 field]
on goal
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I:: "MIRACLE EAR" HEARING AID
attempts for 44 per cent from cw 4
the field. Starke grabbed off 45 NO WIRES, CORDS, OR EAR MOLDS
I. I rebounds with Blye the individual ALSO A HEARING AID THAT WILL eBOXWOODl.00
Koch Drugs high with 17. The Torna-
OPERATE FOR
d
does made good on 12 of 19 free 4
throw tries, an Improvementover yII ONLY $4.81 PER YEAR (BATTERY COST) e

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................... .. ri CALL 964-7810 FOR HOME DEMONSTRATIONNO %

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229 W. Adams St. ,.Jacksonville, Fta. 4
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: WHYWORRY : Driving/ hard, Tim Murphey racks up another assist as he *

passes to Blye under the basket far a score. Morphey forced

'. ik raUtfca's. defense out to meet his drive then pissed off. Ho
bad 16 assists Tuesday night
S I
.J Coach Mike Sexton said "This
;e > was another good team effort. Football Banquet
,' : The boys' play tonight was.
''' ? Tickets On Sale
",
"" very similar to the game
:e "\'i' against Lake City." Sexton had
\ Tickets for the Bradford High
if1 < stated last week that the
S ,, ,f. against Lake City was the! game best School football banquet for the COMMERCIAL
"t'f' Fighting Tornado gridders can
.f' S of the season.!
be purchased from any of the
;: o varsity cheerleaders Middle
: Don't let that accumulation of over-due bills Score by Quarters: School Instructor Mike Reddish,
"S BHS-19! 19 17 11-66, or Loretta J. (Merritt In the office -
.' get you down! Consolidate your debts and pay Bolles-12 8 9 12-11. of) Tax Collector R,
Kelly In the Bradford Court* PRINTINGs
.I. them all off at once with cash you can quickly Scoring Summary bouse.
BHS-McKnlght 4-2.10 Brown
get on a low-cost loan from us. Protect your 6-2-14, Graudon 4-3-11. Blye

: credit standing. get a fresh start financially! : 1-0-2 10-2.22, Murphey Chandler, 1-2-1 0-0-0, ,Graudon Johns Thursday The annual Feb.event 13. Tickets Is eet will for
be $2.50 if purchased before the
0-0-0, Riherd 0-0-0, TaJley 000.
: $25.00 TO $600.00 Totals 271266. banquet or $3 at the door.
: ..BoUesWalter 2-0-4. Patterson The Quarterback Club, spon

: TOWN FINANCE COMPANY : gas 5-2-12 0-0-0,, Braddock Schneider 1-1-3,011.Re- School Monday sor of the,Building Feb.banquet 3, in at, 8 the will:Middle meet A Specialty With Us
p.m.
Thomas 0-0-0( ), Davis 9-0-0( ), Bennett -
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0-M. Skinner 7-0-14.. Spratlin
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4M T Letters to EMAIL



the Editor L/
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Awards Will Encourage p

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(iitt Dear Mr Matthews: "Why doesn't Starke do like!

Student AchievementsSometimes The following, I hope, wffl be similar cities and try to pullback
considered as constructive cri- some of this lost traffic
: ticism of the Chamber of Com- with one or two well placed

it seems as if 'academic with an appropriate award. Students k merce, as I don't Intend to. starta signs. ? Pete tells me he did
achievements running feud with the Chamber to him about this, and
among our high school I speak
will be selected to receive the awards by
students do not receive the fj where so many of our fine Pete told me he could get no
recognition
they deserve various faculty committees, according: citizens devote, so many hoursof financial backing for the signs,
while most of the praise to the phase of the school program in \ their own time gratis: working from the? motels.

and attention is focused on the realmof which the faculty members work." on the board of directors, Why should the Chamber asK '

athletics. j and the various committees. a dime from the hard-pressed
Those receiving the letters were invited 4 L' Regarding the Chamber and motels? The yearly cost of one I

Ralph Diggs, principal of Bradford to participate in the program by the motel. I can understand sign would be around $768, less ,

High School, has announced a plan paying for the award of their choicein 1 Pete Novak's resentment at the than 7V4 per cent of the yearly

whereby the community can join with any one of more than forty activitiesat ia. lassitude of the motel owners, City and County donations. I fl
the school in bringing belated recogni- with only four members of the think the Chamber should spend '
the school.
tion to students Response has been encouraging chamber, but my guess is for 25 per cent of the City and
who
make 3
a contribu- and already more than half 1
tion + this reason he may have dropped County donations for the mo
that is none-the-less important to of the awards have been subscribed by the motels as a hot potato tels. When you help the motels

a well-rounded school.In interested individuals and businesses. possibly Letting them stew in you are not Baying favorites.
: : Irw their own) problem If I but all of Starke. I hada
a recent letter Indications are that the complete list 30' f so. helping
jtn
to members of the i I ;
think the Chamber of Com- been In
business will soon be underwritten and that the two-day guest, never
and professional community, merce should strive harder Starke before and he bought a
Mr. Diggs said "Bradford First Annual Awards Day Programwill ,a1A 4. k. than to
: County High ever help the motels new car locally. And two years
School is planning an annual Awards be a complete success. even if none belong to the ago I was In Alexandria Bay

Day Program to be held near the com- Mr. Diggs is gratified by the enthusi: chamber. N. Y, five miles from the Canadian -

pletion of the school term. The iastic response shown by the I wonder how many times, border, and I met a man
purpose
community r
# ?i tY; during the last; four that who stayed at tlie: ToRcna Mo-
is to special tribute and 6 a k years
pay to the
expresses appreciation .
for this .4, the executive vice president has tel, and he bought a trailer
outstanding students in every phase of cooperation and support of the many; contacted Gainesville, St. Augustine from Mack Baldwin. Starke
our school program by presenting them phases of school activity. and especially Jacksonville needs a hypo to( become active
y. 1k a..J,:,.StItMImRfM, In an effort to secure pa- i again and the C of) C can be

I this: : helpful M. D.
'Brother tronage for the local motels
a word of caution .' when these cities were over-
Murder crowded? I doubt many times, A'ld11y not run some week
Not As
Easy as I know of several timeswhen end ads In the Times-Union! like
"A Change of
FARMER'SThe the following:
'" DIARYPlans
.. the Chamber did not even
r'r Life, but a Pleasant One! Cometo
know there was SRO in these
As It Looked On TVA cities. S3: where is the Cham- neighboring Starke for a
fine
freeze that Jilt most of (( ber when they should be trying weekend or longer. Many
the country got out the are far advanced! for motels and restaurants already
/ worn by ( to entice visitors our way? We
time it got .here last; weekend the big Bradford County Fair' must make every effort to re- have their Welcome Mats out
teenager accused of seeking, out a, of the most brutal sort during prima and we got ]little more than a that will be .held in March and route motel business back to for your visit. Bring your

murder victim on Chicago's northwestside viewing hours, from 7:30: to 9 p.m. cold snap. So far, we've been is not so far off The Fair Association our section of US 301. boots, poles, and boat! Thirty
told a friend afterward when an estimated 27 million American lucky in that respect and have j is meeting regularlyand fine lakes within a 20 mile radius -
it's is
mends of mine have inquir- of Starke. The fishing
event
yet to have a really bad freezeso those working on the ;
harder to kill a person for real than it children are sitting before the screen far this winter. -tse say that It should be bigger this i ed in Jacksonville and St. Augustine good, and Ice cold drinks are

looks like on television." One editorial writer commented: year than ever before. and at no time has available In town!I"

"Every parent knows that children tendto Meanwhile, the berries are Staike been mentioned to them. If Starke can't do better now

A friend of the accused youth said do what they see their elders do, talk starting to perk up and one of Speaking of coming! events' I had a party of eight recently in boom days, where will It be

that the teenage murderer roamed a like the grown-ups around them, and these nice warm days the the traditional planting time of with a playing engagement in when the next recession or depression

middle class neighborhood looking fora adopt as their own the ideals and standards plantings will burst out with a By Sam McGarver February 14 Is coming up fast\ Jacksonville and they found arrives? 40per'
lot of bloom that will! make the end farmers and home gardeners nothing! there or at Jacksonville Since the Chamber derives
girl to kill. "He told me he wanted to of behavior held before them.
.,
fields look like! cotton patches. period of drought. Of course as will! be busy getting seeds; Beach, so they were routed to cent of its budget from the
pick up a girl on the street, take her to Yet into the imitative thought of these usual the weatherman will cross In the ground. Every year many St. Augustine where they could City and County, I suggest they

the woods and rape her, and kill her by budding young Americans, the doers The Bradford County Volun- us up on that \statement and .swear they will :never plant not find accommodations) even publish a quarterly report In

holding her head under water until she and actors of tomorrow, there is being teer Fire Department Is havinga send us a "toad-strangler" that again, but after poring' over a I at St. Augustine Beach So they the Bradford Telegraph showing

drowned," the testimony said. poured forth a steady stream of des- big meeting! this week and It will wash away. .our. prediction. seed catalog they "get the fev, came over Route 16, headed Just when and where they spent
tructive and dangerous visual images is hoped that this organization! er" and go to work all over back toward Jacksonville again. these funds, and give a com-
The teenage murderer is accused of torture assaults will be able to get going, for But In the meantime, the again. They noticed my small night plete dollar detail. The Cham-
finding his victim in a 14-year-old girl murders, maiming, some kind of fire protection is lakes around Keystone Heights light and all checked in with ber accepts these donations
and other acts of violence and crimi especially Brooklyn have me at 4:30: am., and I still had gladly, so let the publicat: -
whose body was found floating in the badly needed in the area immediately No wonder, because if you I
nality. Is it wonder that these men- down ten rooms! So why can't know exactly how these
Chicago River last September. any surrounding Starke.A lot gone leaving docks look at the seed catalogs, andsee empty large
tal impressions, lodged in a juvenile of interest has been shown In stranded high and dry. Still, the beautiful illustrations the Chamber check the accomo- funds are spent!

"He told she mind and too often not properly count- all the volunteer departments things are by no means as bad of vegetables: that make yourmouth datlons situation in Jacksonville -
me was saying her prayers ? around this as they were about 10 years water, forget that etc. like: checking! a weather us
he eracted, take form in violent behavior area.Construction you rhtSi1Ct? try to bring the
as was strangling her, the testi ago, when It looked as If the rabbits and crows and good- report, and make a. phone back on 301
mony said. "He then dragged the girl of the new court- Brooklyn Lake was going to dry ness knows what other anImalsruined call or two to bring some motel belongs-even if it means where: it
to the River JNo more positive evidence of the In- up. At that time, although lame buuslness back our way? payIng -
Chicago and held her head house, by the way, ran into a: last. year's plantings andtry higher rent at the Guidon
under, water. with,his foot, ," fluence of violence is needed than the delay recently when a load of steps taken helped, It was a lot it all over again. Restaurant location, on the
t.- '-I- statement from that witness"stand in precast concrete \structures was of rainfall which brought the Or what Is the Chamber dolr.g right side of the highway
and
This tragic case seems to be a clear- Chicago: it's harder to kill a wrecked and the material was water level .up.again.. with City and County tax funds with excellent parking faculties*.
cut answer to those who person for real than it looks like on made useless. New structures We'd like to take a shot againat donated to them? If you eliminate iIf Starke can't pay $50 weekly
try to argue television." The teenager eventually (have been ordered, but it will a little garden, but we the huge corporations like rent' perhaps we are Paying
that Alice has set out a
young minds are not affected some pansy) DuPont, little
by: take time for the concrete to haven't the energy it takes to( Rayonier. St. Regis. too much In salarIes
discovered this truth but too late to You
the plants, and put up a little fence
continuous" diet of I believe the can't
violence that set and Florida Gas etc., ask
a delay of about 30( work up even a small kitchen for a finer office
they are fed from movie save the life of his 14-year-old :victim., around the spot to keep some Bradford County motels are one than the
and television days on) the Job resulted. four-footed night garden. Now our Interest is centered present one, but onq
prowler from
cf the top taxpayers, as a wonders how
screens.It on what grows on the many whizzing
using the
plants as a salad. :
"Nor is it only the young who are Rainfall! in any apprecable! About the only thing these varmints compost heap where we buryour group, in individually home-own-of along on 301 north or ,south are-
has been said that television Is amount has been noticeable by garbage. And somehow orother ed businesses. Regardless going a make a sharp right '
affected. Few grown-ups can day after won't eat, we've found. they need help fast and 1 left turn for or
the
the varmints never this
probably the single greatest mechanical day view an unending scene violence its absence lately and it appears is the wire we string around to bother, the plants! that volunteer. this Is a moral obligation of the necessary now? Chamber, as*
influence on the thinking of as If we are entering aRemember.keep them out.)
processes and not find their outlook subtly in.. Chamber of Commerce.A .
American people today. There is no de- fluenced into accepting ferocity and m__ Also let us try to be a little

nying that it has done much good with cruelty as not only normal, but act chain Is only) as strong as ahead of the crowd. We don't
the Brad-
and
its weakest link, have to drop the strawberries
its educational and cultural "
programs, ually exciting. ford-Starke) motels are one of from the C of C stationary
but the television screen has also these weak links. Like canceratuntlng
25 Years neither do we have to forget
Ago
shown a seamier side a side which the growth of the entire our pecan pies. But how about

one critic declares has brutalized In spite of do-good promises following Bradford County economy. a new slogan on the letterheads

men's ideals, dulled their-sentiments, the assassination of Sen. Robert Kenn- The stork ran a racewith First prize of $3 went to Don- sales had increased from about I am amazed and shocked that US 301 One of the Best

lowered their tastes, and has perhapssown edy, there has been no noticeable diminishing the Seaboard Airline 23 years ald Bennett who collected 75 $2,000 per month before CampBlandlng those who could and should Routes to Florida's. Disney-

a frightening crop of dragon's of violence on the television or azo and the stork won. pounds of fat and 312 poundsof to the present $20.000 help are oblivious to the entire land."

teeth." The incident in Chicago would movie screen. It is not likely that there Baby "Airline," so named in waste paper. Second prize of sold. The largest sale had beenin situation.! This Is why I cough'68"
honor of her unexpected birth- $2 was awarded to (Marjorie the year 1942, however, whenBlanding harsHly at the "Great In It might! mean more nation-
tend to this view.A will be until an indignant public realizes -
support theme, as I can't take this!
place, the ladies' wash-loom on HiUiard who collected 70 was even more active.with ally and financially: in the long
: what is happening and demands an the Sun Queen, was born to pounds' of fat and 46 pounds' of monthly ticket sales averaging even with a 26-ounce box of run than the Fair, or the Roping -
recent survey showed evidence of end to the brutalizing influence that is Mrs Eitha Jackson McLin who paper. Owen Shuford also won 40000. salt I Contest unless one thinks

the heavy schedule of programs including contributing to an unknown number of; was travelling! from Sebring. $2 with 17 pounds of fat and 42 With Our Men in Service Mr. Charles Brookings, chairman a few piles! of mania here and

frequent incidents of violenceIn senseless deaths. Florida to Cordele, Georgia, the pounds of paper for the Army. ((1944)) of the board of the Gainesville there are more picturesque or
.home of her parents. The Marines won by turningIn Nora Agnes Anderson, formerlongdistance Guaranty Federal Savings more of a local attraction.Respectfully .
The conductor of the train 2,428 pounds of paper and< telephone rLoan Association strolled Into ,
phoned' ahead to Starke making 273 pounds of fat. The Army's ator for Southern Bell In Starkehad : see me numerous times. Atone William! H. Summers
arrangements for an ambulanceand total was 1,272 paper and 73 of been commissioned! an ensign time he owned the StarhteMotel New Icelander: Motel
'a inside me'and
voice medical help. Dr. Adams fat. in the US Naval Reserve and he always asked me,

met the train with an ambulance --- and was assigned to active duty
New York City a young boy was society need to gain a stronger and and the mother and baby Starke Seaboard Agent, T. J. in the office of Chief of Naval

smothered in a cave-in because neighbors higher sense of universal brotherhood.Yet were taken to the home of Midwife Griffin! reported that $30,000 in Operations, 'Washington, D. C.

would not let his friend make an emer- we need not be unduly disheart- Essie Holland on Camp Improvements to the local sta- She Joined the Waves In December -

call to the police. In Toronto six ened over the possibility that this will be Blanding Highway, where they tion had been completed.In 1942 and trained at
gency Cedar Rapids Iowa Link In-
as
stayed until! both were able to addition to the umbrella
children were killed in a fire because done. A recent survey, for example, fo.rh? the Journey.. Meanwhile sheds built along the platforms. strument Trainer Instructor at

motorists would not heed the anguished found three-fourths of the teen-agers the grandfather, Will! Jackson Interior Improvements Includedan the Naval Air Station Atlanta,

plea of a father, his own hair afire, to stop questioned replying that their strongest had been notifed! and he came extension of 20 feet on) the Ga. She has a pilot's! license.

and help him. unfulfilled wish was to be able to help with clothing for mother and waiting room. Tile floors had Herbert A. Green, son of Mr. ei i

Man's inhumanity to man is horrifyingto other people more. As one 15-year-old putit baby, paid the bills and escorted also been added and the Interior and Mrs. Adam Green Joined F1; 3a
the Marine Corps and is now'
the pair to Cordele.To painted.
contemplate. Such actions violate all of : A voice, inside me, my conscience, Griffin! also said the ticket taking boot training at. Parrls
men's moral and spiritual instincts, to makes me want to do this. ( complete the human Interest Island, 8. C.February.

say nothing of their social obligations. When we let it, this "still small voice" touch a sailor on the trainat

These instances and they are dupli- will speak to every one of us. And if we the time of the birth: collected Let's fie 8oatu
shall find countless ] money In his !starched 16, 1857 First
cated daily in a thousand different places heed it, we quickly
white hat and poured It Into the school for higher education of
and in thousand different are in which to lend a much-needed
ways
a ways
hands of '
Starke Agent. Brain- the deaf, National Mute Col-
crying evidence of how desperately men helping hand.- Christian Science MonitorThe ard Harvey, saying "Take care lege, was opened.

of Midwife the mother Holland and said baby.she" had By Lynn Hamilton) of Southern MarineIf

delivered! 51 babies during this FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS February 20, 1792President -
year and this was the twenty. George Washington the powerhead checks out shopper can enjoy years of
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH j-- first year she had been delivering signed first comprehensivepostal take a look at the lower unit. trouble-free boating for a relatively -

babies and caring for moth- February 1, 1862"The law.February. A noticeable dent or gash small Investment.The .
t1i should serve as a warningthat
4 ,;aa > ers and babies. She said that Battle Hymn of the Republic" the unit struck an under- most Important consid-
eration Is who manufacturedthe
ESTABLISHED 1879 she felt It was her patriotic published anonymously in the 23, 1905-Rotary water object. Serious damage motor and who Is attempting -
duty to help the children: of Atlantic Monthly. International organized in Chi- could have resulted to the to sell it. reports the
service Into the world. and Removethe
\ men Paul P. Han is. housing gears. service department at Evin-
r.4'h. by
cago drain and check for
ti611. The first baby, delivered during plug rude Motors Make sure replacement -
a bad storm 21 was February 4, 1902-Charles water In the lubricant. Its
MLM.LaFLORI He maketh the storm a years ago parts are availablenow
A. Lindbergh American avia- February 27, 1807-Henry presence means the outer
thereof now serving his country some- and will be in years
calm, so that the waves is cracked or broken.An .
A ES SASSO still. where overseas. tor, born at Detroit, Michigan. Wadsworth Longfellow born at housing ahead.
are Portland, :Maine. actual demonstrationrun It's good advice to buy only
a TON -Psalms( 107:29 A.V.). Lawtey Junior High School ebruary 8, 1802 Simon will give you further evi- from an established marine
There is a center of stillnessin students made a fine showing In Willard received'a February 28, 1787-Pittsburgh dence to buy or not to buy. dealer. Although many private
patent on a accelerationor
Watch for
the midst of us even whenwe a salvage drive, collecting 3,700 banjo clock.February. Academy founded (became excessive faulty vibration. Use a owners are operating In
good faith, too buyers
are at our stormiest. We pounds< of waste paper and 346 University of Pittsburghin tachometer to make sure the have been stuck many with "hot"

find this center a* we calm pounds of waste fats. 1908)). engine Is turning at least its motors, and we're not talking
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher down and let the storm abate, The drive was divided Into 10, 1932 First rated revolutions per minute. about speed.

PnbNtbed each Thursday and catered as See-nd the waves of emotion subside. two teams the Marines and the international ski tournament she*"cor-ner Operate the engine eitherin
hold to Army. Marine officers were Everett held at Lake Placid, New York. "The Con- a test tank or in an actual
reason
CUM Mailer at the PM Office al Start. Florida We can learn to steady so many so don't condemn too early.
ender Act fI' March 3rd, int.Sak the center of peace which is Crews. Lee Taylor and gressmen are anxious to be demonstration run, Easy
George Roberts. Army officers If you're looking for a good starting and a smooth Idle
Christ within us. As we prac- were Billy Edwards, Coleman February 11, 1812-Massachusetts re-elected is that they'd hateto buy on an outboard check the usually indicate that the pow-
r1p4l..* la trade area: t year, ISIS; O.UMe tice keeping ourselves centered Phillips, and Barbara Moore. Governor Gerry's try to make a living under used motor market. erhead is okay. If possible

trade area I year, M.J. and poised in the Christ Mind Officers were advanced accordIng passage of a redistricting bill the laws they passed.- Booming new motor sales remove the Intake cover and
we shall find it easier to keep to. how much salvage they started the term "gerry Duane C. Griggs. The New mean marine dealers have a examine the piston rings and
wide selection of models to piston cylinders for signs of
London
(Iowa) Journal.
serene and poised. brought In. mander. choose from and the careful excessive wear.


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Glenn E. Wood 5B. son IOf the ."',.:. .... ........... ..... ... .,. ... .-- .-. 't:
and Mrs. Arthur Wood. '" "

cf late Jacksonville starke.Mr. died/where Friday he, Jan.resided 24. M,!.t:, ,"A, ,; .. -,f. '1',' "'; .,I"'',,?.;:.. ">I .,<< & ':. 'ofl; ..1J l,,!. III I ; .......
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at a a retired 2351 member Scmmerset boat oft shield the Road.builder Methodist He was and r'><,; n. L" \.,."-., 1 IT'J: 1 ii 1 It I i1: : ai; y jj// !J; [,l d,., Ul:,; l. ,"?. ((1} 1 1!... .,._ .. .. :j ,' '.,.:....:,



Church. A native of New Toot. ": ,. ,.. ... ....... ... .,., .. .... .. .. .... ... ( .
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.Il "wfi. ..;:tJ parents at an early age. He had BAYIKSS HIGHWAY HEILBRONN BAPTIST 'fI :.

lived In Jacksonville for the past BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. I

MiddleEastTo six years. Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn Sunday: School 9:43: a. m. \' \ t


Be SubjectAt 1 p.Funeral m. Monday services In were GlddensX31f-(held oat Training ing Worship) Union.Service 6:30: 11 m.a,Evening m.; Union Morning, 6:30: Worship p. m. Evening 11. Training Service ..................................;.........................................................................................................................................................................................................\.'I'I.. fL. ;', : :.
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Pine LevelRev with fith Southwest Rev. E. Naeh Funeral Philpot Home off- Prayer Worships Mectindr 7:30: ,p.Wednesday m. vice', 7:30.7:30.Rev. :: Midweek Prayer Ser ....!..!.f....! !?!! m !: i i ii i i i i ij j jj j j likeness: f t
artit I is capturing the physical
iciating. Interment was In River 7:30: p. m; G. A. Meeting Wednesday L. Tommy Howe Pastor: ;:;:;:::::::::: :::::: : :::::::;::: ::;:::;:::;::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:;::;:::::::::; :::; ,.
Sanford C. Mills, D. D., side Memorial Park. 7:30:: p.m.; Choir Rehearsal ;;:::::;:::: :::::::::: ::: ::::::: : :: : :::::: ::::::::::::: lovely girl on her paper. The likeness is :"I: ..
sei field evangelist with the Surviving are Ws wife. Mrs. Wednesday;! 7:30: p. m.; GRAHAM: BAPTIST CHURCH ::::::::.::::: ):::::::: :: ::; ::::::::::;: ::: t.
American Beard of Missions to Imo Wood; two sons Glenn E. Brotherhood meeting. last Monday Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning :.::.S:.::.::.:.jJk4LiJLL: ;:::::: l :: ;:::::::::: But her inward l beauthel'. wonder :::
of and William ::::::: ::: .J :::::::: ::::
the Jews inc. will present a prophetic McClone. Atlanta in each month. Rev. David WorshiP. 11 a. m. and 7 p. :: :::: ::: :::
EaSt A. McClane. Stark: and :;:: :;., ::;; ; :::; Christian heart alllll'oul. can only be cap *
series! on the Mid1e Church- one sister. Mrs. Grace Oeborne Medciros, pastor. 'ml.- Rev. Fred Johns pastor. .;;:.:.;;.::.:: :: : ;:: :::: :: :::::;::: :.;:.;
at the Pine Level Baptist : : ::.. :: : :: : ::: :::: :::::::::::::::::: ::::: fully on God can\a The Bible says :: t
t:1, :i Sunday: Feb. 2, through Houston, TeXl8S.Catholic CHURCH OF GOD NEW 'RIVER 10 BAPTIST MornIng ;.:::.:.;:.::.:;:.:::==:=:::::::;:::::;::::::;::;;:;::::: :>;i:::;::::;:;:::;:::::::::::::::;:;:::;;:;::;:;:;:;: : :
School m. ..
Snnrii \ Feb. 9. Theme of the 422 N. St. Clalr St., Starke. Sunday a. ;:: : :::::::::::::::: : :::::::::::::: :::::: "Man/ 'ImAtth on, the/, iivtii'ard" I / ( appearance ::
Worship, 11 a. m. Training! ;;::;;;:::::::;:;:;:;;:::;:; ;' :::::;:::::::::::::; ::
si-n' s 'vill be "The Middle-East Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship ; : ::::;:: .:.:.::..:.;.::.:..:.::.:.;.;.:.:..:;..: :..; .
Church Union 7 p. m. Evening!: Worship. ':':'.':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':'.' ::::::::::::: :::::: but Grid !1'iiiKfth ')1lit'/ ? litrii,"I't." ::
n Th*' Prophetic" Chronology of Services. 11 a. .m. and 7:30: p. 8 p. m. Wednesday night service .::.;..::.;.:..;.;:..:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:..:.:;.:.:.:.;..:.::..::.:..:.:.::' ':::::::::::::::::::::::::;::;::::::::: :::: ,
The Bible Schedules Mission m Prayer: Meeting, Friday 7:30p. : wel :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: How would Gods painting lJltul'e'ou( and
Born in Russia. Poland Dr. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe 7:30: p. m. Everyone 0 I
Mii)' 'ns a conference ministryth Starting Feb. 9 pastor.: cme-L.) L. Parker, pastor.. 11i1111111i1111111111111111111111J -" ::1111111 111111111111111111111111111 me? 111

.'u'' the U.S. ar.d is a re- t
: \ut A Mission Is Scheduled at St. CHURCH OF CHRIST :::::::::::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: One good way to im jn'o\'e your heart condition ;::
Bible HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :::: : ::: ::::: :::: ::::::: :::: ::: ::
cogi baekuiour.ds el authority As: a conference or. Edward's Catholic Church In (Highway 100 at Theressa) Sunday: Bible Study 10 .a. m.: :..::.:.:.;.:..;;..;;..;.:.:.::.:.:..::..::.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:..::..:.:.:.:;J::;;; .:.:::..:.::.:.::.,:;;.:..:.:...:.:..:.:.:..:.:.::.:..::..:.::.:..:.:.:.::..:.::.:.:..:.:.: I is to attend church and hear Gods wordproclaimed mi:;::

cpeiker he has been featured in Starke Starting at 7 p. m. Sun. Sunday School:> -10 a. m. Morning Worship rnd Communion :;;;:::[:::::;::':':"'" :::::;:::::;::: : ::

tin pulpits of the best known day. Feb. 9. through:! Thursday, Morning Worship' -11 a. m. Service, 11''a. m. Evening :::::;:::::.::V ":::::::::::::::: 1 from the pulpit Learn God's plan : :: t
fum.nmeinal churches in the Feb. 13. On Friday. Fel\ 14. the Training UniOn-6:30: p. m. services. 6:00JWednesday: :::::::;::' \::::::::::::: 1Thi :::
solemn opening of a similar Mission Evening W01'Shlp-7:15: p. m. Worship service 7 ::::::::: J' \ .:::::::::::: for your life by) listening to His \\'oid. We ::::
COUIlI'VL' will\ take place at St. Williams p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. :.:.:.: ::::::::::.: :::. '
I F.: R. Bowers, tastor: of Keystone Heights, -also Wednesday! Night Prayer Ser ::::::: :::::::::::: invite you to attend the church of your ..hoicethi :::: t
bow vlces-7:30: m. Rev. Merle
Pi Level invites the public p. BAPTIST .
.u Dr. Mills during his stay \starting at 7 p. m. PAck am. pa&tor.! NORTIISIDE :! week.

"Ths! particular: Mission will CHURCH 11m.... tm....111............................................................. .........................J1...
iere "be a great and memorable eventIn FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD Schedule of services: Sunday -- ". C1r1 ;_..................-....-..:..:..:..:..:......................................... ....... .... :-"......;....
the history of the parish) ," OF STARKE School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- t r-I___- -.jj j 1 jI : t :W[:]1ji m m m 1j1 1 i1 1 I

said Father Edward Klrbjr pastor West Weldon: St. and Ralford ship. 10:45: a. m. Training Union .:...:.:. -t .............. .. .............,
5 Woods Fires of St. Edward's and St. Will-\ Road 6:45: p. m. Evening service :::::: ::::::::::: .. ;: :;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::
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lam's. "It will\ be updated, renewal 7::45. Mid-week Prayer Service, :::::::'L' ::::::::::: os;.:':':':':':':':':':::: :::;
Week an Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. :::::: ..., '.' .t'r. II i :::':':' :':::: I
Reported For of faith acccrding to the Wednesday 7:45: p. m. > U'.i ....> {
11:00: ( 3.. m. Morning Worship: .:::.:.:: l :.::.:.
inspiration and recommendationsof I ::: -- .i '- !rp ::; .
6:00: p. m C. A. Services: 7:00p. : ..
burn- .
which .
FAre woods; fires recent Ecumenical Council" m. Evangelistic Services. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday :t -, 4t1 ?, .tOflS llfl
(tt I 13 acres were reported dur- he explained.The Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Midweek School. 9:45: a. m. p :::::: t. \; '.{ ':::::: t.
.g: the week of Jan. 20-27 by Mission( will be conductedby : Prayer M etlng. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth :::::: 'A Church II God I appointed' ogincy in this 'A',;;:::::::::: I .,
tho Flov.da Forest Service. : Rev. Father Daniel J. Hunt, Pastor Lester F. Richardson. Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir :Practice ::::::::. ; t.: V1 world f lor ipitading Ihi knowlidci, ol Mil love II.:::::'
There have been 12:: woods ; 8 I :::::;* 1 il for man and ol Hu' dimond for ::
C. P., a colonel the U.S. Army !!, Wednesday p. m. : man to riipond t:;:::
fin:! reported a.nce: Jan. 1.LiJht and member of the communityof Rev. Robert D. Burch ::::::: f -... A' to thai l lovt by ?la.;ing hit n. ghb.,. Without .::::::
a : b.
BETHEL \PTIST CIIL'RCIISmday ) .
.. t
!* compared to a dozen durtns the Passionlst Fathers at :::;::: ] 1'''''''' :'v 1 the, grounding, In .Iht love ol God. no govimmini ;:::: .
!" :tIlt'' same period in 1968. but North Palm Beach. Until recent. School, 10 n.m.: Msrn- RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH .:.:.::..:.:.: v :I or toiiitir' or way ol f lift will, long :::.::.::
burn- &r.g'Ol'slIO: ). 11 a. m.: Evening .. 1. '
onlj 21.1 acres have been Schedule of services: SundaySchool I :: : I\i\ pirioiri and Iht Intdomi which wt hold w :::::
ed .a BI a ford County in 1969compared ly he Monastery was stationed In West at the Spring.Passlonst Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Prayer 10 a. m. Worship. 11 a.. ::::::::: .P t 'M ,__. ,t I.Y I dear will ini piriih Thtrtlori' ivin i:::: t
to 98.3 In l'JG8! even Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday :: : : from .
J ninth of
field. Mass.In m and 7:30: p. m. Training Union .:.:.:.. o point vitw ono should tupporl' : :
fires. Rev. J. C. Hesters pastor. .
(though there were fewer 6:30 m.-Rev. Jack ::: : I\i\ till Church for the .lake of thi willori of hm., A, : :
Rainfall was reported at all extending invitation to : p. j .:;.::.:: '- .. ,,d itll" and hit, family, Biyond 'Ihot. howivir :::::
stolto, pastor. ... .
towers duringthe everyone to attend. Father KirbY :MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL 1 '. ?m
Tre .
three county .:.:.::.:.:. .... \ -- ;.1 Kiry pirton thou'd' uphold and partiiipoii' in ;: :: f
week jiU past. Lawtey was said, "The Mission in up to date.It SU:1ta9:4: ; a. m Sunday .'rA1 '
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .::.::.:: .4 thi (Church buouil ,it t tillt. Ih, truth about iiFAULKNER : ::
the wettest with an even inch is something that Is practicalfor School, 11:00: a. m. Morning .... .. ) .V ;
reported at the Louis! Hill Tow. everyday life. It will offer Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday: School, 10 a. m. Morning j .:.:..:.. l<.1 1 S man I hit, diath and diitmy. ihi truth which tt .:.
Worship) 11 a. m. PreiSer- :::::: .- '. ':1 aloni will Itt him, free 10 'livi 01 a child ol :::::
er there The New River Tower :ycu the! means and the Inspiration Union 7-00: p. in. Evening Wor ......... ; .." .. ,.i.....
the and viocs (Booster- Band. Young : :: r God. :.:.: t
half Inch and to achieve happiness J.'f': [..
on : "
Santa reported Fc Tower .2 Inches. Coun- success, not only now, but even ship.Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser People, and Prayer Service), ft :.:.:..::..:'....44.-..................................................,","..""""'"..."""." ",,'_' 1'_""-'.,..*--_ ".,.___:..,.;_--_:".. -- >;:....:.:
ty average for the week .57 when time shall be no more vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. :
Wednesday !! llllt m.l
Midweek Service. tt.t1.W
l11t"es. This Mission will bring the peaceof nlg.it: -1C9: p. m. Family night. : t
Christ: Into your soul. His presence 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D..

into your heart and His pastor.
TYPEWRITERS: Manual: or power Into your life." FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCB '
Elt>('ll'ie. tot akor, rent. STARKE BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
Bradford County Telegraph. Services Held CHURCH STARKE
Sunday, Feb. Baptist Men'sDay Sunday School:: 0 a. m. Momj j I
For Jas. W. Todd observance. Brotherhood
ing Woiship. 11 a. m. Training 1 .01

At Airpark BaptistJames monthly the church.meeting 7:30 and a.m.breakfastat Sunday Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship., Wednesday Ii 1
-t p. m. Prayer Meeting :
..}; W. Todd sr.. 78. L'fIt at 11; guest speaker.
::'. i"llrro. Starke. died Saturday morningin ert Rowe Jacksonville attor- Lo\ett pastOI'
a Gainesville hospital after Union. 6:15: p.m. STARKE "66"SERVICE ,
$ Born In Union ney. Training SMYRNA :MISSIONARY! HURST SHELL
illness.
... a lingering Evening Worship 7:30: : sermon I
4'h,nibl, ;, County on August 4, 1890. he had by the pastor "The Way to a BAPTIST CHURCH
lived in Starke for 40 years: wasa Spiritual Life." 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday service GULF SERVICE SERVICECarl
\> hat i 11 th.it ti> > ou? Follow retired farmer and a memberof Better Feb. 3-Youth Choir *' : Sunday School. 10 a. m. t

mi : .-(John1, J 11'::! )J. the Airpark Baptist Church. Practice Monday Deacons Meeting, 7 Preaching 11 a. m. Training U-HAUL Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231

1 i ,'llm'I i<1lahl'oUI' Surviving is his wife Leat Union, 5:45: p. nt Evening Wor t RENTALS

i ::1.! t ti! i:* li \\ t- Know H. Todd; one son James W. p.m.Tuesday.. Feb. 4-WMS Council ship. 7pm. Everyone; welcome. Tire Tru-lnjr

'.MI t h i 11 I l.i: t ti i'nth I priin'i- Todd Jr.. of Jacksonville: five Meeting 10:30: am. WMS -Elder A. G. Flynn pastor Track Trailer Headlight Adjusting t

.\t iii t, liMiniiitr. Let usi daughters:! Mrs. Lola> Seeding. program (Ida Darby Group in .
i >-"i\i! -.indllol iden- Mrs. Susie Hilllajd Mrs. Ger- charge) 11:15.: Covered Dish FIRS CHRISTIAN Service: CHURCH Sunday Complete Lubrication Brake Service
and Mrs. Eva WMS business Sunday
aldine Grlffls.! Luncheon. 12 noon. I
\, 11-- ho.* with the nep.im Gunter all of Starke and Mrs. meeting. 12:30: p.m. Jun- School.; 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Minor Tune-Ups .... .. Wheel Balance and
.K\: iritu.il things; Evening Ser- --
10:45
: a. m.
Georgia Sumner. Jacksonville() : .dor' Choir, Sunbeams, 3:30: p.m. '
.\ I h 11- -s.inl Stand with two brothers. Isaiah Todd. Providence Primary Choir, GA meeting vice. 6:30: p. m, Midweek Sex- 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
I' I 11.I".l I > l t'\i'.llt'd in GOl'- Roan Todd. Zell- vice. Wednesday 7:15: p. rnCharles 1011 N. Temple Avenue ,
,j the truth that and 4:15.Wednesday: Reese minister Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT: ROAD SERVICE
A J 1,1'i it i* t wood; one sister. Mrs. Lilly Feb. 5 Weekday PHONE 964-5899

-- .r.i 1 i- of ei'dom. Raulerscn of Starke; 29! grand Bible Study 10 a.m. Sunday ST.IARK'S; EPISCOPAL t ttO S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs
children! and 38 great- grand School superintendants Cabinet
JIEMORLWI: [ : children. Meeting 6 p.m.. Prayer Meet- CHURCH. STARKE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke ,

In lc\ .1:'; inemoiy of my dear Funeral services; were held .at Ing. 7. Church Choir Practice, Sunday: Services; STARKE BUILDERS
hu band. Carlicld: Johns who Air. 8:30: a. m. HoI3Eucharl t. t
2:30: p. m. Tuesday in the 7:45.:
,passed away oe:: year BSO ti- Baptist Church with Rer. Thursday Feb. 6- Visitation, n:30: a. m. Church School. MjtP'' LAWSON
park
d.I\ Jan. 30.( 1968. Deep In our Nathan L. Midllng and R r.Ijorenzo 7 p.m. 10:30: a. m. Family Service. SUPPLIES, Inc. : ,
'}hearts lies a picture! more prec- officiating. In. -We A. Hogan, pastor (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd
.L :- than l\er: and gold. It'sa Griff Sundays; Morning Prayer, 2nd t MEAT MARKETAND
terment was in ElzeJrCh.apel Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC
loved one
pic in.! e of our dear and 4th SundaysJ. ).
". ''i 1 '. e memory will: never grow Cemetery In Union County with Thomas Staab Rector COLD STORAGE ,
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein Complete Paint Supplies
)1Df'Tewed\ : wife and son Buffet Lunch $1.25
MADISON STREET We Spe c'.allz! !In Custom( Slaughtering
Fi .ence and Crady.: Charge. HAMPTON>i CHRISTIAN t and Sporting Goods
BAPTIST CHURCH ,
._ CHURCH 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
-- Cutting and WrappingPrepared -
Sunday. Feb. 2 Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn ,
"Check
With Ua
First"
"nr.s; YOU USE AN: School. 9:45: a.m. Morning Wore ing Worship at 11. Evening A Buffet Dinner $1.75 for Deep rr *z*
ship at 11. Youth Choir Prac Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl Washington St. 964-5270
\IIREWS ('JI.RGECCOt."T tice. 4:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship Clarke. pastor. pit 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

'our Prescription!' Tax Records Supper 5:45.: Training Union, I
6:15 WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15.: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH RETAIL
U.
S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
aie kept for > Oil BY US Evening Worship. 7:30.: HAMPTONSunday: : t

ANDREWS DRUGSFor MondayFeb.. 3-WMU busi School 10 a. m. Morn Phone 9647059BRADFORD

nessmeeting, Brotherhood. ing Worship: at 11. Training 101lDA -w ,

Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 meeting 7:30: p.m. Union. 6:30.: 'Wednesday night I, $ DAD & BRAD SALES
I Tuesday. Feb. 4 Circle 1. Prayer Meeting! 7:30: followed
'
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9:30: a.m. RA meeting 6:30: p.m. by choir practice. Starke Nursing MODULAR
Wednesday Feb. 5- Prayer Home service 2:45: p. m. HOMES24Ft. COUNTYTELEGRAPH t

Meeting 7:30: p.m. Church Choir -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. I I 0.101

Serving Floridac9orda :Practice 8:30.Thursday : Wide
Since 1950 Feb. 6- Sunbeamsand CALVARY BAPTIST I M.M ca
t
GA's meet. 3:30: p.m. Sunday School: 10 a. m. MornIng Also 12-Ft. Wide
\ -Denton Sumrall, pastor. Worship, 11 a. m. Training I OFFICE SUPPLIES
Qreeting S Union. 6:30: p., m. Evening Service MOBILE HOMES
ervice.. JiaCordially I 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday TYPEWRITERS
SS9 E. Can St. Starke
Fa.
Campers and ,
Traveltrallers
T--"'N""w FIRST UNITED METHODIST 7:30: p. ln.-Bey R. H. ADDING :MACHINES:
I STARKE Butler, pastor. I, Phone 964-5745 for FREE I Keystone Heightsand
"
1 ., PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
Mrs. Carolyn: sunday-Church School. 9:45: DEDAN BAPTIST Inspection and Estimate Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 t
Eaves I a.m.: Holy Communion 11 a.m.; BROOKERSunday
'.1 Welcomes MYP Snack Supper 6 p.m.: School. 10 Cllt'Rcn'l
Representative 2tf) MYF Meetings. 6:30: p.m.: Ing Worship 11 "a. .
Ph. 961-5812 .i, You and Your Church-Wide Mission Study, 7:30: Union 6:30: p. m. Evening WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT ,

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your p.m.: MYF Fireside. 8:30: p.m. ,vice 7:30.-Rev: Lacy Ser-I I EDWARDS
Monday-Jr. Girl Scouts. 3:15:
Starke New Home pastor. CO.
p.m.: Commission on Education, Grocery and Market

7 p.m. Official Board, &9 p.m. NORTIISTDE BAPTIST
The State of FloridaIt Tuesday WSCS Executive CHl'RCH I Official Claw Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meat. Feed t

COmmittee. 9:30: a.m.: WSCS Located on Dayless Highway
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and General Meeting. '10 a.m.; Jr. 'SR 225:!: at Ralford Road Keepcake Diamond Title Problems GAS AND OIL

To Aquaint: You With Your City. Girl Scouts. 3:15 p.m. (SR 16)). BULOVA WATCHES Abstract. Jack and Gladys Edwards t
Chil
Wednesday: Younger Services: Sunday School 10 I I
dren's Choir Rehearsal. 3 p.m.; a. m.; Sunday Morning WorshIp 142 W. Cafl St. Stark Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark.
If you are new in the area, a phone Bible Study.
Meeting und j
!Prayer 11 a. m.; Training Union 6:30: j
Phooe 964-7064 158 W. CaD Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
call will bring you a prompt visit 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. p. m.; Evening!:; Service, 7:30: : .
Thursday-chancel
Midweek Prayer Service. Wed- ;

frem your local hostess.) Please! give 3 p.m.: 'Prayer Meeting nesday. 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law- CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.Owmsd !
and Bible Study. 7:30: p.m. hon p&stor. ,

her a call She has maps and many Friday-Older Children'. Cfcclr OAK GROVE BAPTIST J By: Those We Scrre IB Twelve Nertheast. Florida Contles "H.h>lnr Our Members Lire BetterEbctrkamr.z.yMes.
Rehearsal. 3:30: p.m.Eaturdayconlrmatlon
free and wonderful gifts for you Class CHURCH H.IhU-Phone 473-1911 I
buodty Sch ol. 10
a.
from local businesses. 10 a.m.Rev. I
DefWitt T. Farafcee Jr.. Morning Worship at M. ;11I.1
Pastor ing Unoln, 6:45.: Evening
--.. ._ ship 7:30: .-Rev. Luther A.

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LAWTEY ar lgnVlaien.re: SAVE qrLL You Caa Save



H Rev. Don Denton accompan-
Ihed a !group of MYF membersto
Sub-District meeting at Pine i NOW ,
H Grove on Monday evening of
Blast week. Attending were Nor-
man Trailer, Lamar Priest,
B Ricky Starling, Debby starling, Week111
1 DebbY Napier and Debby Scott.
I United Methodist Women held I
1 their regular meeting at the
H Church on Tuesday evening,
HJan. 21. with Vice President
I Mrs.\. Ernest Wells presiding.

H I H Mrs.made After Tribe a the brief business gave review the session of devotional.the they new FOOD STORES On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed., Feb. 5th

I program books. The next meeting ;
1 will be on March 4. 12-01.Con ALL FLAVORS CHEK
1 Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews
I were visiting her aunt Mrs.
I Ella Lewis and her brother, O.IW. DRINKS 15/$1.
Rivers. In Graham on Sun- / .
,
I day. Their son Spencer Crews
I of Jacksonville, .spent Friday fee
I with them. 3-lb.ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE.Limit 1 w/SS.OO or mor.purcho.Rcluding ; '

I I and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Dearl Randal Bradley Bradley : : *
I spent the weekend with Mr. O SHORTENING. 49
I and Mrs. R. L. Bradley. .
I Miss Arthurine Blanchard of $
1 1Lb.
I Jacksonville was a weekend
I visitor of Miss Enza Blanchard. 1IgerS CAN Gt. WHITE BlUE* COLD WATER ARROW. Limit 1 w/SS.OO or,more purchor..Rcludinq cigarcltct
I Visiting! Mrs. Mamie Futch
I were her brother and sister-in-! _
I law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey 1.'w42 DETERGENT 49
I and children of Jacksonville ::: : .
I during the week. I ycur choice with S5 ,.."..
I Hattie Darley and Miss .
(Mrs. .
MIX OR MATCH A -w{ HVOROX, r-f* 01. CHOC.CHIP,7 I-OE.SALTINES, SUNSHINE' OB BUTTER
I Prescott attended the
SinnaJi
I funeral of their brother-in-law. No.303 Can THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT No. 300 Con HUNT'S TOMATO
I George LastLnger in Daytona COOKIES 1
I Beach on Saturday. They were Pears. 4/$1. Sauce. 5/$1. . 4/K .
I I Joey accompanied and:Nancy.by H. W. Bennett, . . .

I Mrs. Claudia E. Strickland No.2 Con o No. 300 Con HUNT'S 40-o[. DIXIE DARLING
I I era appreciates of her Lawtey the love friends and pray-during -
hes..3/I.
I her General recent Hospital surgery In In Gain Ala.chua Tomatoes 5/$1. FAMILY LOAF 19'16or.

esville.
LIBtVS PINEAPPLE No.303 STOKELY CUT
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright -
and family of Waycross, Juice 4/$1. Gr. Beans 5/l. {.
Wainwright . :; ATSUP..SI$1.
We are pleased to note that .
6-o[ PLUMROSE No. 303 STOKEIY WK A CS
John Tye is Improving in the
Veterans Hospital in Gaines- ioo-c.ARROW FACIAL 3-RolPkg., AURORA BATHROOM

ville.Mrs.. J. D. Clark visited he* Devil Ham 3/$1. Corn. . 5/$1. T Tissue
5/$1.1 23
In I SS U e
mother Starke Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Perry Kite No'i'!i Can VAN CAMP'S VIENNA '6-...CAMPBELL'S PORK A T. .

and Mrs. Jack Harvey Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Jon. 30 Feb 5
children of Jacksonville! 5 5/$ 1 B 8/ i .Wednesday.. "
and $
were visiting! Mr. Harvey's sister a U S a 9 e e a n S . WINN DIXII STORf -COPVUIOMT' -!
Mrs. Mamie Fut&h, on Sun
day.Mr. FLA. "GR. A" or SHIPPED
and Mrs. William Alt of .
Fort Wayne, Ind.have returned U. S. CHOICE BEEF SPECIALS FRYERPARTS
home alter a visit: with Mrs. r.
Alt's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. V. 4iUSDA ;
-"
CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED "" '

F.CHURCH United Hetken.ACTIVITIES Methodist: Sunday' ROUND STEAK. 99 DRUMSTICKS

School 9:45: ; Worship, 11 a.m. l6. THIGHS
and 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice
Wednesday at 7. MYF, 7:30. BREASTS 59'
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED w/Ribi;
H Q. Bollinger of Starkewas
Dr. }R3u, srl r
vA ao fi a.
> rdpr LB.
guest speaker last Sunday is d 1 rf T
morning as a. representative! of POT ROAST 69 E !
the Gideons. LB.
.
First Baptist: Sunday School 1 it y r r
9:45: ; am. Worship 11 and 7:30.: BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE r 1M '
Training Union 6:3: (). Midweek IT ITUSDA
service Wednesday, 7:30.: (
Church of God: Sunday SH'LD. ROAST. 89
School 10( a.m. Worship, 11 and LB.
7:30.: YPE Wednesday, 7:30.:
Highland Baptist: Sunday CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CHUCK USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS DELMONICO

7:30.School: Choir 9:45.: Practice Worship 6:30.: 11 Prayer and $ 59 SWIFT

Meeting Wednesday.! 7:30.: Steak69 Steak. LB. 1 1USDA PREMIUM CANNED '

WatthBand CHOICE W-D CORN FED '" NEW YORK STRIP -Lb1.W'D BRAND Ground Chuck or All

I.,i,- Calendar: Steak.T9'L Stew. 5199 HAMS 499


12 MONTHS BRAND


-ii-r The EIBeli1Mlt FOR$1.00 ONLY Ribs.SHORT. LB, 59' i 'efH3 LBS. $147 CAN LB.



TKLKCJKAPHFIRE ;(; SWEET A JUICY "KING OF ORANGES" TEMPLE





p 0fatoes U.S. No.1 REGULAR 39 f i, Celery Oranges J..mbo'RlSHSTAlKS . .10/69.2/39' Meat OCOMA B-oi.FROZEN OCOMA CHICKEN CHICKEN BFJF,OR BEEF TURKEY.OR FOODS.:.s/i.


LARGE FIRM HEADS

T Lettuce. . o/ocWMeatDmners 39

EAG; FIRM HEADS Orange .ice 5/$ 1.

All ".vo.'oo"" BAG

oJ YOUNG A TENDER Cabbage..2/39 Meat Items 4/l.

J <' Pkg. AUNT JEMIMA CINNAMON OR

INSURANCE Pole l Beans 2 49Mb. GOLDEN RIPE Corn Sticks ...39*


Your ISN'T home many and ENOUGH hazards belongingsface !that Tomatoes 1 BASKET SALAD SIZE TOMATOES or N:RIJE. 29* DA MA El JVC 1O JP I Cup HANSCOMS Cakes.FRENCH CRUMB .. 2/l.

"fire and extended
even SARA LEE

coverage"Policy State provides Farm won't Homeowners cover.complete Buta Cauliflower LARGE HEADS SNOW WHITE H'A049* DAHHIlfOAM. Lb. T I Pound Cake.... 69

MO'"
protection even covers
you in case about of lawsuits.a State See ; Stick Bar. ... /$ 1.
today
me EXTRA ; EX'1 1'RA '

Farm Policy Homeowners that fits "At. !MMI. ..TN.M.GREEN?.?*..*',STAMPS.-....<-..MSI.B. I I d7/.M.VpuN.w.GREEN STAMPS-.AK?IM I _d!;7l..L.GREEN.?..., .STAMPS,..,...,,,,, I I EXTRJ4 dxGREEN STAMPS-.n?..,, ,i I EXTRA i-M?-.GREEN,..r..Mw..art.STAMPS.,,. ; Fruit PEACH or COCONUT
It's A I P50FRINOVARTR ; Pies... .3/l.
your needs. 1 FKO. W B .R.ND LOIN SI.ICCO 2-L. PKO. .ur imm\Na ,
..,.. Ground Beef Pork f 1 I,60 ANY d +u a[ /
the same good .UC\ ; Chops Cottage Cheese wao.rNndyor 72.D0 rainor
deal as our car 3Pt.t oooo TNRU4 B /, ,, OOOO THRU PI*. 9 ooon TMNU rim 9a Cleaner ;I .Poly Root*
110 71 .. aooo TNRU run aooo TNMU nos '
Insurance. r .. .:- ...-..-.... 1 .........P> ;, .._..._ .P7.. ...:..-..P77 i'n psLD.u:37::: : : 1 .

; EXTRA ; EXTRJAL ,i ; BIRDSEYE S-MIN. BROCCOLI SPEARS OR

f I ; I I .d7t...GREENt..STAM? ; I I dx.L GREEN...,a...STAMPSShrimpburgers.,. a.a I EXTRAL A-H GREEN STAMPS ;i I I EXTRA d7l.GREEN.. STAMPS : Baby Limas 3/l.
m tit M| *** HB> II # (! **I< ||
3IEHRITTWILLIAMS /' 1I III I I II 1 1
I TWO fpcat ANTIC emcLC E deal fOUTMMN ILLLI I7.O1 now BATMHOOM 16-01 TILl BRITC
TASTE 0'SEA I KRUNCHIEV
: White Acre Peas ; Cleaner Cleaneroooo
117 Phone Walnut 96 -5311!St / I l _A 7 OOOO THMU /(R. S 11 _,33 OOOO THRU *l*. 9 1 w .aooiy THOU rr. 3 THRU rim B / Fish Fillets 2/l.




a4 tuft i rAN flU AND CASUALTY COMPAMYIi p,.. I :We Give: 4ij GREEN! STAMPS. .

.. :(lOOWNCIBNILUMM

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esville.) Survivors Include Mrs. BIBLE CONFERENCEDr. .YYYYYYYyYYrwYYYY '
Zimmerman Au- New SchYduIe by ivotmed and required to present calendar month from the time Sd- Fred H. Thompson Jr. A"
one daughter of Chat .
A. E. Wilson and demand of the first publication of this executor of the L*.t Wll and
claim
HAMPTONBy drey Marie of Gainesville anda tanooga. Tenn. will lead a pro- Of Courthouse which any you, or either 04 you, notice. Each claim or demand Testament of JOHN H. PO- :
foster daughter. Jackie Shoe- phetic Bible conference at THERESSABy may have against POWELL.the estate decoancl.of shall tate the be In place writing of residence, and shall and WELL deceased.I.AZ&NBY, DELL..! ORAUAM.TVIULCOX i

man of Ocala three sisters and Hampton Baptist Church: February Hours AnnouncedCourthouse JOHN late ot H.Bald 'County, to the post his agent'his of the yaandany AND BARBERP. i I
Mrs. D. E. H1UTEACHER'S two brothers. 10-14, Monday through Friday County, Judge of Bradford ant. O. Drawer J
Dorothy' Mill demand not Gainesville.I I I j
his In such claim or
at office
County. Florida
Monday evening, Feb. 10 evening at 7:30: p.m. each Phone '730I51SA&&AA&A&&A& officials have an. the court house ot said Countyat en filed ahall be void. Attorney for ttop' '
Pete Novak, manager of Brad- night according to Rev. Melvin nounced new hours for openingand Starke, Florida within six: THE FLORIDA NATIONAL First publication January, 16.
HUSBAND DIES ford County Chamber of Com Hamel. pastor of the church.He &. closing which will correspond -* BANK OF JACKSONVILLE By: 1839. 1.11 U ,1"NEITHER -& \ j'

Rev. Lorniie Zimmerman merce, and 'Mrs. Loyree Lander, extended an Invitation ta more closely with banks - - -- -- ,
husband of Mrs. Earsetene Zim new president will show a film anyone interested In Bible prophecy Hope Baptist Church and other businesses. The new
merman who Is a primary of the work of the county chamber to attend all of these Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning schedule will provide three add
teacher at Hampton Elementary at Hampton's regular city meetings. Worship 11 am.; Training serve the public during the
School died in Gainesville council meeting.; They will be ELEMENTARY PTA Union, 6:30: p.m.; Evening -Worship week.

Thursday. Jan. 23. He was a :prepared to answer questionsany Hampton Elmentary PTA met 7:15: ; Wednesday evening. The courthouse offices will ,

Methodist! minister, and had local residents may :have at the school Thursday evening Prayer Service, 7:30: with choir continue to open at 8:30: ( a. m., .
.
most recently been pastor of a about the Chamber of Com- last week and discussed the practice ,afterward.New but remain open until 5 p. m., i .
church at Rochelle. Services merce. The meeting will be at need to complete the sidewalk ( Life Bible Club !Monday through Thursday, Instead
were Wednesday at (Mt.! Pleas- 7:30: p.m. at the Hampton city to the school and plan for: The New !Life Bible Club for of closing at 4:30: ( as at
ant Methodist Church in Gain fcall. more work on the landscaping.A students in grades 1 through 6 present. On Friday the offices

committee was named to meets each Monday' afternoon will remain open until 6 p.m.. to
see why work: on the sidewalk alter school In the mobile corresponded :with the late hoursof
GAINESVILLEBusiness from the main street of Hampton "Childrena! Chapel" at Hope local banks.

down state road 221 to the Baptist Church. The courthouse offices will re

school grounds had been hell Bridal Shower main open through the lunch
up. Many of the parents !have Mrs. Doley Mrs.
Hersey. R. hour and on Wednesday .afternoons
been concerned about the children M. Hersey, Jr.; and ''Mrs. PercySu1l1v.an and will be closed all day
Directory walking to school parti- Jr., were hostesses. on Saturday as at present.
corner"
cularly past the "blind Friday evening, Jan. 24, at a
Interestlon. and work was start 'bridal shower for Mrs. Eddie
Annual
AUTO SALES MEN'S WEAR ed then stopped on a new side- Douglas, Jr., at the There&sa. ReportOf N 0

walk shortly after children and (Community House. The gift EarningsDue
moved to the new
BRASINGTON faculty SNOW
STAG 'N DRAG school last year. table, covered with
CA DILLAC cloth held
-OLDSMOBILE: an arrangement of
Fertilizer and a watering system
SALES & SERVICEFine Stanley Blacker Coats for plantings around the mums and candles In pink and Its report time again, T. C. NOR RAIN,
Selection of Used Cars S Arrow Dress Shirts school were discussed, and also white, and >a pink :umbrella with Watson, Bradford County social
Taken On Cadillac Trades Puritan of torn pink streamers and white flow. reminded "
Sweaters getting rid of the piles security representative NOR HEAT. .
2001 N.VV. 13tli Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jackets down trees farther away from ers. Adding a cheery note was social security beneficiaries today

Ladles Sportswear the building. This area is to be the. fire in the large fireplace '"I am referring to the .
CRANELINCOLNMERCURY planted to grass, according to !the mantel of which was decorated annual ;report of earnings that discourages our auto-owning

: 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand PTA plans when the piles are with greenery. Games and beneficiaries must file after the depositors from enjoying the
Authorized Sale GAINESVILLE MALL, delicious :refreshments were en- .
& Service moved. end of 1968 If they earn more
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 PERSONALSDave Joyed, with game prizes being than $1,680," Watson .said. ;For) speed, comfort, and truly great

MOBILE HOMES Younker Is borne with won by Mrs.. Malanar Hersey most people this report is due by year-around convenience of bank-
Crane ImportsVolvo Mrs. Younker and the children and Mrs. R. M. :Hersey Jr. The \April 15, 1969.

tills week from sea duty with honoree received many lovely Early !this year annual report ing here by using our
MG Austin Healey MUSTANG the Marines. He was called! and useful gifts for !hen'! new cards and .return envelopes) will
606 E. University Gainesville home to Ohio by a death in his home. lIemalledto.beneficlarles.Uacard DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW!

Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc. family, and was able to visit! Get Well WishesTo Is not received or is lost
family here .before' return- Tommy Russell, who at -
his
another one can be obtained Why don't you join 'em..and en-
ELECTRIC: MOTORS Gainesville's Discount Mobile Ing to his ship. this writing is at Bradford County from any social security office.
Home Sales Lot. Mrs. Kenneth Brown was ad- Hospital! in Starke. The people in the social security joy completely modern "Full Serv-

ELECTRIC NEW MOON CAPELlA mitted to Bradford County Hospital Happy Birthday office) iwlll be glad to ice" banking right here and now!
As Low as $100 Down Monday for treatment. To Mrs. Clyde Hall January help you fill out the forms The
Motor Repair Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks. 27. Helping her to celebrate her beneficiary should bring his

Furniture Tops Windows (Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dykes ana birthday at a family dinner Sat .1968 W-2 form it he worked for

Of Gainesville, Inc. Windows Awning Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks attended urday evening at the home of wages, or a copy of his 1968
Repairing 116 a band concert at Gainesville :Mr. and Mrs. Hall Rev.
RewindingNew N. W. 16th 372-8191 were Federal Income Tax Return if
and Used High .School Thursday and Mrs.. Merle Packham; Mr. he 'was self-employed.]

2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 SEWING MACHINES avea>ag.7oz. and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr.: Watson said the repeat should :

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and not be filed by
GARDEN !SUPPLIES' Billy: :Mr.: ,and Mrs. Rodney Hall :who earned less than $1,680 in
National Sewing and family, and Mr. and Mrs. 3S68.
Johnson & Faris, Inc. OS Jimmy Ritch and family. On
Machine Co. Inc. AT STARKE
Complete: Line of Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Hall's NOTICE TO cneniTons
SEEDSPLANTSInaectlcldrePet co-workers at SurJand Training FLORIDA 'VFAfL'TfiS aIn
PIa" re: Ustute of JOIN 'H.
New
SupplierFERTILIZERS Home Nelco C.t666: Center surprised her with
Used and Repossessed birthday party. In the Court of the CoantrJuilur : Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Bradford Count, Florid -
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 611 Sales W. -University Repairs All Makes 378-1355 Dinner Party ,. In, Probate. One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group
TO ALL CREDITORS AND
Mr.: and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
224 JV.W. 8th I'h. 872-0176 PERSONS: HAVJNO; CLAIMS OR
Jr. and "Rusty' were hosts at DEMANDS; AGAINST SAID ESTATE -
their home Tuesday evening, :
You and each of here-
!_) you are
Jan. 14, with a dinner party
--- -- -- -- ----------- ---- ----------
honoring Capt. and Mrs. Harry
(iLoper. Present In addition: to

Ii=' IN/ICJj the hosts and honor guests were
Mr. and Mrs.\ : Sidney Griffis and

.Stacy, of Starke; Mr. and Mrs.

William Carter and Liza, Hampton
: and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert

YOURfllJIlE Hersey, Gainesville. An arrangement
of mums and candles in
green and white graced the

table and miniature Army Jeeps U
.
with flags bearing the names of

the guests marked place set.
tings. After dinner the group

enjoyed movies taken by Capt. art A Mi
and Mrs. I/czer during :his tour ........... {1 roar' euaa w '-
U 0 ouoa
of duty In Germany and at hellcopter r-r--..... FLORIDA POWER l LIGHT COMPANY O ..''o 0 ca..e.a.

) flight school in Texas. .MiT' NO 7S
Capt. loper left Jan. 20 to /: L A
return BOX 131 BLANCA ,FLA. 33101
to duty: after spending a
furlough with relatives and FIRST CLASS MAIL
frlcndft here.
NOT PersonalsTheressa

regrets to lose Mr.
I and Mrs. Merle packham Jr.,
who are moving this week to

YOURSELFppo L Salt Springs, where Mr. Pack-
ham will be district engineer at YOUR ELECTRIC

the Lake Kerr Clay Electric Coop BLANCA BROS SERVICE BILL
District Office.
Mrs. James D. Phillips visited IS ENCLOSED '

her uncle and ,aunt, Mr. and 230 SW tO AVE -

Mrs. Harry Jeter at Hawthorne

1 a Friday. BLANCA FL
PUT AN END TO EXTENDING YOURSELFBY Saturday visitors of Mr. and

EXTENDING YOUR PHONE'' JUST PENNIES ,,:::tl;{' .. >' ",_ >, Mrs. J. D. Griffis !and\ family 33.10.1'o
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zelglerof
were .
PER DAY PUTS A STEP SAVING EXTENSION ...
) Gainesville. :: ...
WITHIN EASY REACH. CALL THE BUSINESS "
.. "
Mrs. Thelma Minivan of Ocala -; ",a.
OFFICE AND ORDER YOURS TODAY'' and Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Hollywood .... .,0,0 ,
.: .
PITONC 9Gt.7Um0 /' visited Mr. and Mrs Cleveland ,,' "'.\ .,..
,. ..
( \r Sullivan Sunday. ..."" ::"-; .. .

FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Rev. and Mrs Merle Packham .. ...'....., \ '..... .
"
'.: were in Palatka. Thursday morn-
STARKE. FLA. Ing for the President's Convocation ,

at St. Johns River Junior ,..'
College where their son, Matt -
-
hewn as on the President's List -
-
for the first semester. Guest -

speaker at the event was
Charles Hanna of Chicago.

ov11rl MODUS rt I Friday evening guest of Mr. '
and Mrs, Percy Sullivan Jr. and

r MY Rusty were Mr, and Mrs. Elbert

Hersey of Gainesville and sir
S
and Mrs. Wayne Hersey.
f 1TTCONSTIUCTIO
OUAU'" Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr.
''' ,
N n visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl H&g-

glund and, family at Melrose
OxNAD Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert -Herseyof
Gainesville visited Mr. and
IMMIOIAUCONU.UCIION

I i I I ION1 evening Sullivan Mrs. Doley and Jr. Wednesday Mr.Hersey and Mrs.evening Monday Percy NEW


Mr.: and Mrs. Milton Young-.
blcod ar.d ,Mrs. ,Ida Youngbloodof
no e Tampa were Sunday visitorsof
SIIVICI I CONVENIENCE.Your
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Clover. ..
settle.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy' Sullivan

BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY OVER SO MODELS of Palatka visited his parent.
next electric service bill will come in an envelope.
12 SHOIT VIALS H you own "/0,.", YOU HUD NO CASH. Jim Wilier will build your now mama anywhere will ne downp.rmnt. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan
TO PT and because he finance*, you can be turn that Hie builder. It Interfiled 'In 0 product el and their son, Percy Jr and Inside you'll find another envelope which you can
the hlfhit .....11.,.

4.-.-...4... [f 3 h Z7k Jj)' J 7'!;. i ::9 ij'jJro) J family Visiting, on her Saturday.sister, Mrs. Doley use for sending your payment. Put the return portion
of your bill in the smaller envelope so that the FPL
Hersey, on Monday Mrs.
was
Jim Walter can offer moneysaving/ / advantage: too. When ti'C build your newomcn'N
TNt home, you tell us where to stop building./ / n'e'llll.'ace the interior unfinished iDwight Hersey of Lake Butler. address shows through the window. Stamp. And mail.

FOUOW/NS.lOCAriOMSJacktoBTtll or "'1.11 do more-If, up to you./ You do as much of your own interior On Tuesday Mrs. Doley Hersey It's another FPL "customer-convenience" idea. And
*!. finishing as you choose and sate on labor costr. (Try this with conventional and Mrs. Eddie. Douglass Jr.,
Fla. K205 financing.) We'll even furnish.the materials you'll need and finance them IIfongmi were shopping in Gainesville you may like the extra dividend of privacy in having

West with the rest of the', home., and Mr. and Mrs. Hersey Tam- your bill arrive in a sealed envelope.FLORIDA .
Hoover St. When you're ready/ tobuitd, make It easy on yourself. Build the Jim n'alter tray. my and Robin 'visited her parents

P. O. Box 6248 A LlML of ... Mr.
Couyb&te rPb.388I58 --- --- \ and Mrs. Ei Douglass

$ '-' Otcd ..-d./--H- : ., | JIMWAITIICOIP. AT in Lake Butler Sunday.
Pe v-.c;. ra I (1-1..1.. .t .... ... I!I Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Jr. of
Ocal. 1.11 N w L. r.N-N nw *- -
-.p,__- arw '1- I Palatka visited! her brother-in- I=I=II.i
Fta. 32MO =:_ p .=: U =
3001 Sooth ", I law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Pine St. I o es I Percy Sullivan Jr., Saturday.
POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
P. 0. Box 1st. an ITAn
Pb. CE2-811S Call, Write, or Stop by Today '- I TYPEWRITERS:Manual or HELPING aUILO fLOHlOA

Sand Coupon for Complete Information \.w.- e-Iras., ,, ,e"--Gr'I, === .;.J Bradford Electric. For sale or rent.
County Telegraph.
Pap 10 TELEGRAPH
Jan. 30, 1969


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Sales Tax Charles A. DarbY Boedecker. aka.Cl1arlp" DREWS BITS tiff.vn. PEARL. MAY HOW TO urn BY TUB
Showy : tate of C. E. 845 Florida Place sTfTITATIOf TO I. the CountyIn Judge's Courut
Defendant.WOTICBJ BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD
Charles A. Deo'd. ARD.
DarbYitC1118.30CALL B. noeileck runCIIASINO! IJr.41I"r" Couatyr
Williams Air Force Base, STATIC and fur
or Substantial Gain that Clara C. Oarsjt. Admlnlstra.trlx COMMISSIONTellahmscv. HOWARDetc florliln In Pr..l.n ...
of the Estate of C. E-Boe- TOUAARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Florida TO: PEARL MAY Competitive sealed bids will In Re: The Estate Of John H>
John Lambert Store be received by the Bradford
: FOR DID" decker has deposited with Char.. that an action for d1- Competitive Sealed Bids will Powell, Deceased.
Sales tax collections: In Bradford The Board. Of County C)mm!... lee A. Darby Clerk of the Clr.cult 'vorce and custody of your minor tie received by the State> Purchasing Alternate. South 17 Carolina" County tlon until Board 10:00 of Public A.M. February Instrua- NOTICE) 0"PROBATIS!
County [!loners Of Bradford Cpuntjr.Florldit Court of Bradford County child has been filed against Commission until 11:00 Andrew Notified that 4, 1969, the office TUB STATE OF FLORIDA
for Hereby at of
December Art the
Superintendent
1968 the Estate You -
will receiveSealed- Bide Florida $1.625.00due to you and you are hereby required AM on the date shown for the has been TO ALL PER.'>ON8 INTEHBST!: .
divorce t
totaled ,36294.43 a SS.S3 percent at 10-OO A. M. on the morning of Henry Boedsckyr,and to serve copy of your written following an action against for and :you are Bradford f> Publlo County Instruction Courthouse IN THH ESTATE OF SAID DE.
Increase over tile $23.328.13collected of February 3, 1989 In the $004.16 due to Plane heokept Inthe defenses, If any to It on Thero-n January 18.1 989 Sale of filed required toserve you a copy of yourwritten Starke Fla.. for the sale CEDENT:
This win notifIed that
for
courtroom In the courthouse money A. Yawn Jr.. Attorney for Mixed Pino Gum. William You are hereby
If on and removal of
during the same the followingtTheir re'tlstrv) of court for 30 days Plaintiff' whose address la Bldl' Blanks. Conditions, and defense attorney any for block house, located one concrete. a written Instrument purporting
supply of Bridge and then deposited to the State Bradford County Court House. be obtained F. Sullivan on N. Or.ange be the Last Will and Testament
month In 1967. The big Jump yearly : of Flor. Specifications may plaintiff whose addr se In P. Ov.Drawer Street adjacent to the to
State been
Materials. Treasurer of the Starke. Florida and file the from the State Purchasing Commlftslon. Florida. of said decedent has
was not entirely due to Increased 8,000 of 719 18 Feet 7>ong. Ida unless some legitimate original with the Clerk of the William D. Blojchant : 1030 Starke with the Airpark The Baptist Church. .admittedto probate In said
original/ succesful bidder be
the must
sales however as Florida'ssales 5.000)) Feet of 3)8) 14 Feet Long.The claim I Is made, above styled Court on or Before Building Room 112. Calhoun and Clerk file of the above-styled Court able to move the said house Court. You are hereby com
Beard Reserves The Charles A. DarbY'Clerk February 17, 19691 i otherwise a, Street, Tallahassee Florida. Feb. 84. 19691 within manded within .lx calendar
tax rate before forty-lva (15) days
was Increased Or All of Circuit Court the on or from the date of first
entered a-
be months
Rleht To Reject Any Judgement may The Commission reserves be
from date of bid.
from three per cent to four per Bids. 1/2:1: tt 2/le mended you for the relief de. right to reject any 01' all bids otherwise entered against a Judgment you for may the relief Further Information award of may be appear tInnsaid this and Oshow
Court
Charles A. Darby -- In the complaint. Executive> Director
Complaint.
cent. demanded In the obtained at the office of theSuperintendent
Union County showed collec Charles A. Darby sr ,1123-30 ClerW la The Circuit, Klorldn.Court of BradfordCounty of WITNESS said Court" my at hand Starke.and Florida seal- A! JIn DaY'l.1 9t 2.11 aid Witness Court my on hand the IS and seal day of of of Bradford of Public County Instruction action skid l It any said' Court ninwlmf IIhoull1not I tIng
ti.iIl to probate
tions of $7,157.43 for December SALLy this' January 8. 1989. The Board
ANN ANDREWS January A. D. 1969. of Publlo Instruction unrevoked.
CHARLES A. DARBY The Circuit<< Court Of The stand
1968, a !train of 74.51 per cent --- Plaintiff, vs. as Clerk of Said CourtBy Eighth Jndtolal ClrenK. Of (SEAL) ClerkBy reserves the. right to acceptany Theron A. Yawn < .Judlr"
EDWARD A. Darby or all 'bids.Thomas
WILLIAM ANDKE'XVS. Charles ,
Beulah M. Moody Florida, IB And For Bradford Bradford County, Flo'1Date I}
over December 1967, NOTICE Defendant. Beulah M.' Moody DeputlClerk L.. Casey ;Jr. of first publication: Jam
Clay County reported a 33.01 Notice Is hereby !given that NOTICR Of eUi7'TO -Deputy Clerk.d< .14 let 2.11 County.Ca.e. No.THOMAS. : Thomas L. Casey Jr., 23. 1961)
cent under a Court Order In the Es : WILLIAM EDWARD AN PUIn 1121| :per gain from $55,807.18In L. HOWARD.
----------I ssss ess sasj as.sjsj sjss--ssss sssi--r---------------- 1123 2t 2-39
December 1967 to 74231.62

in December 1968. I I SAVE 14iLB- ------------------'r----------------------------------. GRADE 'A' II I I



LegislativeHearing I II We sell only I I I

Set I 11 FOODFAIR

For February 21'Rep. I U.S.D.A. 1 I

I I I
Gene Shaw states that: I
the Legislative Heating will be I 11 I

held at 4 p.m 'Friday, Feb. 21,. I I
Instead of Friday, Feb. 14. u JICholcat + I i
reported in last week's Tele. I _
.
graph I I I I


:legislation the The hearing courtroom for the will and 1969 be all held session local In DRUMSTICKS OR : : beef steaks !


must be presented at this time. I I I
Rep. Shaw says that no local
I

legislation that'has not will been be presented Introduced at i LEG nan d roasts. I

courthouse the hearing officials.Including raises for QUARTERS SUPERMARKETS i


I I I


I 1 II! FOOD FA I R I I Ittttttlttll I
The Clrenlt Court Of The) I
Eight Judicial. Clrrolt Of Florida I
1m And For Bradford CouBtr OOAlITY' I Merchants
I
Ca. No. 40O. I SAVE 11 .

Kenneth A. tInxy, Plaintiff.. I 1 1 U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 0 FREE TOO! I
vs. Ray Lilnty. Defen cRRN TAa n

dant. NOTICE or SUIT I C II I

whose residence |J. unknown.TO 45 I I
: Kenneth Ray Llnsy, I II
You Are Hereby Notified that iijttijj I I
an action. for divorce hu been I QUICK FROZEN I
flied against you and you are. I ; 1 I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
required I to
serve a copy of your
wrlten defenses, If any to It on 1.8 I THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1st. I
Elsie S. Sander, Attorney for I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Plaintiff whose address is 141 I I
West Call Street, Starke Florida I II
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled
Court on or before February 10
1969; otherwise a Judgementmay
be entered against you for
plaint the relief or demanded Petition. In the Com POT LEAN FRESH U.S.CHOICE FIRST CUT RIB

Witness my hand and the seat
of Raid Court on the 30th day.: GROUND CALIFORNIA
of December, 1988. PORKCHOPS
CHARLES A. DARBY AS
CLERK OF SAID COURT. ROAST
BY: VIRGINIA Clerk. F. ABBY A.D."uty ROAST

FIRST PUBLICATION: January
(. 1969. 1-9 4t 1-30

X.ROAI.-NOTICE' 1f 5199HONEYNUT roooras 79 _r.

Sealed nids will be receive Li hfllq r. t cl ra
tin to and not later' than 10:00:
Ii AM, February 3. 19S9 In the of-
Ire of FtuKlnetrn. Manager -
Florida State Prison for the
purchase of harvesting rights of
Pine Pulpwood and Sawttmbe
in certain designated areas of _
State of Florida land located at
Florida Stnte Prison Ralford. r--------l
Florida. Bid forms may be secured -

from Mat.olft.V: 'l'urner r :: SMOKED SLICEDAMERICAN 10e: OFF
DuelnNII Ma nalr" FRESH : :
12-5 .at I-U I

PURE PORK t II
Jl* J1**"* COTJVTY JIITOE'g SAUSAGE Rt I S POUND SIZI I
COITIIT IV A"'ID FOR BRAD
FORD COl'lVTY. FLOIUDA. FORK-SMAU LINKS CHEESE % GOLDMEDAL
i iv pnoiiATia NO. PU I SAUSAGE I I
In RE. Estate of JOHN FRANK: 1 e U;
.
WOJCIK Deceased.' 1 TOT I I

All NOTICE" TO CREDITORS. 1/2 IBS ; : I FLOUR -'LDUII.--
JOHN PRANK WOJCIKtede' iiijprJ l
ceased, are hereby' notified and
I "WITH THIS couee A'IOOS MIS 1
required to file any r : eillf7L ,
demands which they maymhave 0 11 COUPON HPISIt Ml. U,.. lt

against! said, estate 'In the office _j
fordheCountry Judnre of Brad
Florida, In the
Court House at Starke. Florida
within six calendar/ months from
the date of the first publicationof LOTUS BRAND NOT LAKGt NOT OIANT
TASTE
thin notice. Each claim or FYNE FIGARO
demand must be In writing and
must state the place of residence CALIFORNIACLING QUAKER MUSHROOMS- KING SIZE
and post office address of the TUNA
claimant and must be sworn
to by the claimant his agent or OATS BABY FOOD
Ills attorney, AJAX
or It will become
void according to law. CAT FOOD FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Charles M. Schmttt Adminie.trator PEACHES STEMS
AND PIECES
of the Estate of John QUICK OR REGULAR LAUNDRY DETERGENT
Frank Wojclk. deceased..
Eugene F. Shaw 4'/20Z
142 West Call street 6.5oz 4oz
BtsrUe.! Florida 29oz 4/l IBoi 3/25 4/I ONLY

Attorney FIRST PUBLICATION for Administrator' : Juna- CANS BOX CANS CANS JAR

*" '. ""
1.9t 1.30

-
CALL FOR BIDS I

mlsKionersof The .Board will of Bradford receive County bide CountyFlorida Com Sf i II MERINGUE i 1.4,, ;

MAXWELLHOUSE
February ro 10:00: m.A.In M.the 3, on courthouseefor the morning the. ; a E) FANCY GOLDEN RIPE i



beginning ending following This! bid January:February will be 31 for 3.1979.Thie 1989 the, year and PERCOLATOR !j j

PIES
Bid will to considered I !

than"iaEe2uV.arg6. 94 octane.. Decline not lee PACK BANANASRIPPLE

2. Diesel Fuel No. 2. ... I I
a. Motor oil case lots In l

quart 4. Bid cans for and burying 55 gallon.:2 1060 drums gale I GROUND I j 1

Ion .. LEMON ORCOCONUT
[:to'.k1l: will meet API Se. I

vice In Classifications*AB Grades DS 10 Available !W- COFFEE 8" 38 I
; C
through meet requirements 40 W. This of oil engines I. too $179 i ;i." ."

operating. under S. This service oil. cla..Irlcatlon. I. tos C !
qD. t. fo. MIliary 1
eciflcatlons, I Lo415199 for 16 OUNCE
hl Crankcase on It shall also l meet GLASS ONLY L8 I
the 'manufacturer; recommeaationa i "

15. Motor for series 011 In 3 case lubrication.>late, ** : SAVE 204LIBBY'S! I SWEET BUNS..........,....3/l : I
and 55 gallondr'.i"tw) :
Toa meetcans API I
MS DO Available SAE Grade,
lOW through tOW and MI meet Lx...
Specifications
9104 Military A' 011 HEINZTOMATO CONTADINA FANCY NEW U.S. NO. 1
8. All Iturpose Or..e and :::r
Grade 80 and 1t0. II Gallon

mu6almeetM 1 L Lear 2108baped- PEAS OR ? ? SLICED TOMATO YELLOWONIONS

ficatlon.' In II

lb.7.containers Multl-piirpoee: .. and grease ISO to. cone CORN SOUP POTATOES PASTE POTATOESBAG

t8"n fuel and keTo.enet
t.eAuppiled to the courthouse

agrlcllltural and ",.. complex will 11. Tl1eh."e health; ," 17oz lO.Soz 2/29
eesstul bidder .uppllerr. ;Ii CANS CANS 8/I 160Z ..
the present
from
CAN
underground equipment. at Major :AN .
Prices
011 Company
The
The Board Reserves
night to Reject Any Or All
Bids.
(SEAL)
Charles x Darby
(Chmrl. A.. Darby. Cler1t
1123.30CALL BANQUET FROZENPIES FRESH FIRM RIPE
NOI LAICt NOt CIANI BUT SINGLETON FROZEN NORMAL OSJT, MABOIOMOieSUAVE CIILO
FOB BIDS
The" Board Of County Com SALADTOMATOES
Florida ml..tonera will Of receive Bradford sealed Count bIde KING SIZEAXIOM SHRIMPCREOLE

at 10:00 A. M. on the morning
or February un I" the
courtroom In the courthouse for HAIR SPRAY

the 1 Adams followings Leaning Wheel LAUNDRY PRE-SOAK
Ou/ler/ Model 105 Serial No.maybe
This piece of equipment 8ozPKGS 13ox
seen at the county barn 6/l
near the, corner of Grand and 99 CAN
Weldon
Board R"se"e. tle RlS!!'
to Reject Any: Or All Bid*.
sean
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Lyn Butte daughter of Lt. Col,.

__ and Mrs. H. H. Butte of Prince ,- I

HilifesI / Volunteers Needed To Help George. Va. to Richard Gene I

\Keystone Mooneyham son of Mr. and
E. Mooneyham ol
Mrs. Max

y JIM: FOX ] Prepare New Baseball Diamond Keystone Heights was solemnized : r4. -

Please) Phone in Your Items "-- 173-4MR: Friday morning Jan. 3, ---,
at 10 o'clock In Lee Avenue ?

Chapel, Fort Lee. ..
All! ball players and spoils sions to start Saturday morn Chaplain Walter S. Baker per # ..

minded! citizens adults and ing. formed the double ring: cere /-

ROTARY CLUB: MF.ETINGDavrell Following the tournamenit a youths-who wish to :help epeed Future plans for the ball r mony. Mrs. Charles!. Lesko pro '

Davis, marketing( happy hour ini'l' covored-tll&h up progress( on the new ballpark park Include tennis courts and vided the nuptial music. i

manager for Sperry Electronic dniK-r) wcio CIJJJ\cd by mcm- nre asked to< meet at 9 other recreational equipment. I The bride, given In marriageby I

Tube Division of Gainesville, bfic., !anti tl.cn /tsuasUs.U'irli : a.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, at Keystone Current emphasis, however la her father wore a full-length

was guest ipeab-r of tIle Key- :u till: paiiy, I A drawing High School gym. on development of the ball diamond 4 gown of taffeta peau de sole

stone He.gnts: Holaiy Club' last wu. 4iu.a lor 1.1'1' umtaclla: anti area, long needed to relIeve with Sabrlna neckline. long

Friday.Dais. &ULI' buy.! juu ;;utvai! a wuo Uo: Moie\ volunteer workers are the crowded schedule at sleeves, and a fitted bodice re-

who was Introducedby Uchwarner j I needed to help prepare and !the city park diamond.The embroidered with drops of seed

program chairman Bland HFIT N' T1IRREMis. grade the field fO'the baseballand facility Is ,being developed pearls and Chantllly lace. The

Ware, Ka\c i an mU'rcsting presentation Klmei Howe fturnetl! softball diamond and grass for the use of baseball and full A-llne skirt was enhancedat
on the uuiety of products the hemline by the same
of all and
planting. softball groups ages
2-weelc
theSpel'I'y hOI.-.'? Friday! \ afler a
Rand mauufact Cura" l'ation.! by The vis.l!:! With; Vr. friends Mr. and Keystone ball players and will' also furnish available play. lace patterns used on the bodIce -

> Mr. John B. Walters of Clearwater coaches met Sunday: afternoon lag area for the school atl etlcdepat.tment. and sleeves. The full circular
used for both domesticand
parts > chapel-length, train Teletype Equipment ValuableTo
to plan the serifs of work ses- .
overseas OPCl atn.3( range caught at the waistline, was
Mi. mid &/ *s. Lester> Sheet Miss Hawkes
from farm macli.i.jiy; l to special
trimmed with appliques of the
electronic tube- u id m traiusm : Rtionlng arc aprnditqr! atj.tielr, !a few month eottaROLnhc vac-oa> Donations' Asked Garden Club Weds Mr. HeskettOn same Chantllly lace. Her chapel Clay County SheriffClay
of t.'ic
live
:Uing cjvtiaise veil of silk illusion fell from a
recent Apollo 7 "splash down." Broo yn. Of The Lakes January 25
For double of pearls, Chan-
Lighting crown
Rev. and Mia. Milton Scrip- County Sheriff Jennings results. A P S. on \the message
1
Sperry Davis -also Rand's cascade of gardeniasand
both m tl.e states, lust! TPtipnocl( fiom, l a visit with and Michael Heskett were married carried a message received on a stolen The new teletype Is linked

and overseas. He luiau'd! many fnmilv nnd fi i'nds In the North Donations of $5 each from 130 regular monthly meeting Saturday, Jan. 25, in a stephanotls. Safford of car located in Orangeburg, S. with a computer at the Depart-
Kathleen
interesting .vnocclotus( to the Rotarlans In Davton. Ohio Rev Scripture fainllio. and individuals are of) the Garden Club of the Lake double ring ceremony In Key Mrs. maid of C. two hours after informationwas ment of Public Safety In Tallahassee

tonccim.iE. ''he com was( It.tenm pastor tot needed to finance Installationand was held at 11:30: a.m. Thurs stone Heights. Alexandria. Va. was put on the new teletype by and NCIC in Washington. -

pany's business. tianaactlwio in tlire" mn".IIII, Iri'tlty!! Dill purchase lighting equipment day, Jan. 23, at the home olMrs. The marriage was solemnizedIn :honor. Miss Diane operator Ruth Corbin. At present, all stolen itemsof
foreign countries. t'Jit' ('huth.tN' !l. for Mie, new community Dan Pater of Nelson'sPoint. the presence of family and Bridesmaids were 'The equipment was recently $50(1( or more, possibly; transferred -

Sn .p'li-ps 1"'!' onjoyrd( (' 'L visit\ ball rark.Mr Co-hostesses. were Mrs, friends and by a close friend of Noon and Miss Joanne Schae- Installed In the Clay County over the state line' stolen -

WOMAN'S: CLUB witvi) thi-'r, ."r(>in-law) and *. Doris Head of Keystone R. N. Sunderland, Mrs. W N. the couple: James Roy Chas- tad of Petersburg Va. They ofazure jail and places the sheriff's department wanted and missing persons

The auuiul Canicllia Dessert da< ".hlo.| Rt''!. and Mt.". Ed-!; Heights tulle! League, which Is Ilardenbergh, and Mrs. Walter teen, at the Chasteen home on wore floor-length gowns In contact with the information Is being stored by

and Card Party \\a.s held Tuesday mini'i;, Po'-i' !'ins of Royal Oak. sponsoring! the drive, reports\ Kyle of MeIrose. Lake Geneva.. blue Maine taffeta featuring law enforcement agencies In .Uie NCIC computuer It Is plan

Jan. 21 t, .It ..ie clubhome.! Mei! Wtil'o !thoy. were visiting.Rov donations have almost reached Following> luncheon a business The bride, given In marriage a high neckline and an em- the state. as well as nation- ned that by 1970 all serial numbered

The "Tum-a-IIat":\ contest( t fotj 'if offictat/'d at the 'the half-way mark, but the meeting was held from by her father wore a two- pire waist with cream Venetian wide, Including the national items lost or stolen will
skirts.
produced many oi.jjuml" chap-} wciiri( !: ; < f Ii''; granddaugliter.Doiothip remaining half of estimated 12:30: until 2, after which the piece white boucle ensemble lace trim and flowing; crime Information center in be stored in a computer at the

eaux. The \\innms el'C Mrd.; Jerkins to James lighting costs must be collected group toured the gardens in trimmed with gold over a. gold Their headpieces were matchIng Washington.In Florida Bureau of Law Enfor-
bows and they carried
M. Quasi ano, MiA.. Wilhiims, M'l"-' before installation may pro- Keystone Heights, Including bodice, with corsage of white Dior a recent instance, a sub cement.
and Mis. Albeit t Bachmai.1', ceed. those of Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, camellas. cascades of yellow roses ject waj picked up for vagrancy Sheriff Murrhee Is well pleased
Iti HI\ITton{ ; Ohio. Rev. and: and
Mrs. Ralph $1 t .';CH'-. .irs., of Please telephone Mrs. Headat Mrs. C. E. Mitchell, and Mrs Kenneth Heskett father of !the carnations Ivy. Deputy Corbin requested a with the system and its potential -
Mi Pfi liin wcrrguests brother
Joseph \W.H.ani a.irl. :Mr 3Swambiun ,* 473-3049 or R. J. Wingate at L. C. Stripling. Also included groom attended :his son a.s best Gerald L. Mooneyham, check: to see if he was wanted use in crime detection
ihi t uvt' \ dmiRitnr-ln-law! servedas
i I onr:'/ ; of the bridegroom
of M; ,.a-) ; ".< It-" -, tot on the tour was the Latch- man. and the answer was returned recoverly and general law enforcement -
to
473-3192 sign your $5
Rev (and {U i. George B. Scrip- up best man. Ushers were TerryE.
Judges Lr this: enn: t. donation. string Nursery at Melrose. A reception was held at the within 17 minutes with negative In Clay County,
t'irp. Prince George
McCullough of -
Hostesses. for .'u- Inn ty .\' :>1'1' Several members of the club borne of the bride's parents, on .
The Sci ."ttt' ('5 then went onto and Frank B. Daly of Pet- --- -- --- --- -- -- -
Mrs. K. Liggett. :\l.! R (cuffoi : visit plan to attend the District 4 Opal Lake following the ceremony ---- -------
EC.IVPI Palls, Pto:
)
and Mrs. L rat t< > =c cr >"J" .. Worship at Fernandina Beach: ers-burg. of you about our ducks and( the Believe you me, sne's got really !
:nno !II"'i)' v- .I i inlawind:i i daughter Mr. and Mrs." Royal SliuJtis, Following the ceremony a reception -
members were; meet, ap\/i\ ) <:!i& on February 13. ;Mrs. Heskett Is the daughter goose that had wandered up. sharp eyes
Rev. "jld: MIP: <; James Eck- Winter visitors from Sun Prairie held In the Fort
tie of the! fIne job clone by Hi's' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hawkes was This! week, I have sad news. Cause she sits there and pointsmy
I 1',;. Wls. The Worthy Matron --- Lee Officers Club
have
ttee. Our ducks and the goose plug.
Lake.
comm 1\Tl"I.; St.< ipturo reports httthey paid tribute to the advancing ot opa. will reside In
The couple
DUPLICATE: BHIDOK: her home Saturday. The young Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hes disappeared. If any of you seea She sits and watches Intently
Irul! wonderful trip, but officers for their splendid' woik.)
The bridegroomIs
The Duplicnte Endue: Cl"t. ladles played games and enJoyed kett. of Hall Lake. are parents ]llopewell. Va. pair of Mallard ducks roam: As my plug! sails: through the
they art v.-ry Klad to be at Chapter members recently at connected with the chemical
Those
refreshments. call.
sponsored by the Keys .1'! of the groom. ing around, give us a air.
Heights Woman'-, Club meets home in )reystmie: hospitalized are Mrs. Bonnie tending included Robin Box,, :Mrs. Heskett: attended Parker department Of the :Firestone LEEON'S CORRNEK: : And I if poor little Cocoa could

every iMondav: !; evell.'II,; at 7 >I 0. Leroy, Syracuse of GreenviUc. Jones, Mrs Ferric Hucker, and Robin Dougherty Susan Sapp, High School In Jacksonville be- rubber com any. "C S C... rotumfl home on
Mrs. Aughtry Vance. A letter
These sessions are opened to Kara Rae Ma.t. hews. Valerie fore moving to Keystone, and Let me tell you all a story. She'd be waiting on It when it
with
after vult
Wednesday a from Barbara Southwell reported -
Prevost, Sherry Vojnovski, will by the About little puppy I know, gets there.
the public. .:Mifle,3 Orosberg.MiKS that her mother Ls a patient Is a graduate of Keystone :hoping it warm up a
wet''s! u.nrers" wc" : Joyce Stevens, and Mary Ann Is Is hunting dog, She is too to hunting
La.st : ; : Cal >'I 1 Stophn5on.. who is in St. Vincent's HospltaJ. Heights High School. She time you read this. Cocoa a young go .
first place \\'li 43 points, Mi. with theteIephm' Singleton. currently studying at Gainesville The Chittys seem to have set But my how she loves t to fish Which really is her main wish.
fitnploynd\ rs a engineer A social hour with refreshments -
and Mrs. C. W. I lardy! ; secoivl? : I in Tampa, Members of the Girls Auxiliary Business. College.Mr. tied down for a while now, we so. Cocoa. stays home while the

place with 41'j' points :;'vII'. and wahOlJe- \ company for a weekend visit prepared by Mrs. Martha of Eliam: Baptist Church Heskett attended Bishop just don't have those hectic I was out on the dock the other other dogs hunt,
: Beam was enjoyed by the 40
Mrs. T. H. Dent; and third with: IIM mother, Mrs Les attended a G. A, Associatlonal Kenny High School in Jacksonville weeks any more. Wednesday, day So she's decided to learn how
members' and officers.An .
place with 33'a' points. Mi.Heptinstall ."-. Stppl.i r.I.fl of Inkr Geneva.On inipoxtant! mctling will beheld meeting at the Archer Baptist and graduated from Keystone my mother Cricket, and Joyce Tried to catch me a nice fish: to fish.Guess .
:md it.Magi it: ; Church last week. Those attend Heights High School' Barton went to Gainesville: to to eat.I there's nothing else to

It was go ,id I to see s'> ,q"Y,i s.uurda evening, the I'Lijiiiaiy 4111C.1 will be ing included Gay Singleton, where he was active in sports. take care of some business. bad no worries of being alone, do,

ot the wir."i'ioitoia' i to tinstone : cli'nMi! of \Mr and Mrs. GeorgiaKmini Friends Night. A Valentine motif VIcki Tlson Debbie Box, KtahY He attended St. Johns River Friday night, my parents, James Cause Cocoa was right at my Soon as the weather is through

in atuiinloce.SMORU.SUtJt1! :: ini, Jioted a surpriseaiciiMiivsary wUl be used for the proSl'amanti Poppell, ;Muriel: Dennis, Diane Junior College and ,U now employed and Cricket visited my aunt, feet. being cold.

D at the Kaufmannlio'ric tor the courtesy to the Copeland and Janet Chiapplnl. In Jacksonville. Corlne Hudson, who is in the She nearly ha fits while I fish But to go out on the dock with

: rho.v (for tHe pn- on t.aL'vlPW Drive. non(\red guests.FELLOWSHIP They were accompanied by The: couple will be at home at Alachua' General Hospital with on the dock Cocoa,
date
The Or" !'''; (10' tIns; v'T nice party! CLUBIt Mrs. Pat Dougherty Mrs. Diane Jacksonville. Aunt Corins crawled on b/ And
'iJiner, sponsored 6690 Sicset Erive) ; lung trouble. Since Like she's being leach; her bow to hold a.
nual smorgaibJiJ inrli'dcclMr., and! Mrs. Bill was Fun-Game Day, aftera and Mrs. Carrie Eland.
t1cVomull's cii.b: : Tison, ;has a respiratory disease, this a bug pole;
by limcnn ci Stalks. Mlis Dianne long recess, for members of There will be a meeting of is serious threat to her Otis
: a
will be held Saturday PV> m'lR. I 'iri-f( ol P.' !latfl! IvTr. and :Mrs. the Fellowship Club which met the library board at the Melrose Me'ton and I visited Aunt Cor

Feb. 8.Tickets. J-.nU';, Torres, Mr. and TVfM.VV on January 23 in the Parish Library Wednesday. Feb. 5, at Kelley, Jr.Directors. Inc Saturday night.
be obtained fr im Gen. R. P,.
: are:
my House of St. Anne's. Twenty-
-J) no.< Ue$ !and Jim Fox. 3
p.m. James was on
club numbers! cr :nay Of purchased Tlii-) ,iiii'trnjovtj\ dancing in four members enjoyed the gameof Hollis Col. George Glbbs, Col,, My father, ,
at (the d'.oi.: $2:! t.i ;ul- bingo and buffet refresh The Woman's Club will hold E. Klrkpatrick. T. E. Spencer,, vacation last week, and enjoyed -
,
'
tii'1 rai'y, looms I ) \ hlch) wpreainormlatcly
included i ar.d .-<1 tnf Sale at the Post Office and hunting, and messing aroundthe VOICE of theSPORTSMAN .
tilts (tax ( '\ f docoiated for theicca'.on. ments prepared\ < by tim president a Bake Adm. n. T. Deuterman. "mess- \
While he
ch.ldrcn 12 yens and muler. Mrs. William Beam, Sr., Saturday Feb. 1. Perry W. May. house. was
Mrs. Arthur Ketch .$ thnir-, ) ,MiKi: ; !'/.ard O'Donoghue' 13a usssted by Mrs. Nettle Smith. The Youth Choir of Eliam The group discussed new firefighting Ing around," he built a Pent it' \ z '

man for the dumui. The menu patient tit. St. Vincent's! Iloa- The regular covered dish Baptist Church, under the direction equipment. It was also House, complete with a raised \ % "

has been planned. Including\ all pitA- m J '.ek'or.vJllelei'/ h abmul luncheon will be held on February of Mrs. Jo Reed will announced that the donation ol bedroom for his hunting dogs. .- fly :MIKE; C'HITTYI'hone U. -. .

the old favorites plus a. few new : rtpoj'.i: I that she l is feeling 13 when the appointment of present: the religious folk musical any shovels, rak.es, or forks,, Saturday afternoon aunt Mrs., we Teenie were 4752171They're \ -4" j

ones. much; hrfti r We hope that the committee chairmen will be (; "Good News" at Gadara would be appreciated.In visited bY'my of .4.t: ; .-
CIrcle February 8 on your is able to return home soon.! announced. Baptist Church near Keystone the notices that were sent Crenshaw, and children -

calendars. All.md, (Mrs. Phi! Wi iWha [ Sunday. Feb. 2, will bo Youth Heights on February 2 at 7:30 out, the emergency number for Gainesville.
when the Youth Fellowship p.m. and at the Florahome( the ambulance was in error. I would like to recommendthat still biting boys; Yep, lug, we're expecting: a cola
TEEING:; OFF! r> iiirned home after an Sunday
God February 473-4312 any of you people having last week was; the be.it weeK However if worst
for the Nurniyrs! eiijoya'jlo' visit with (heirdauslitOij members: will conduct the First Church of on The correct number !is iiidp. comesto
Winners
Tournament, sponsored by tho and finulleevJio entire service at the 11 o'clock: 9 at G:30: p.m. The public This is the number for the am your phone number changed, let for bass iishii.g,,! since the Sum ( worst, and they do stop bt-:
is invited to hear this moving bulance service provided by the your friends know the new mer. Santa Fe Lake was spotted Info because of that cold snap
Keystone Woman o Golf A.-soc- :oru liv.jtt!; ia: lexas.NEWS lie u r.
iatlon during January. wa the The general meeting of presentation.! Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire number as soon as you can aU over with boats, and from (Sunday) with a few warm

of V jicJe Kuch Church Women will be held at DUPLICATE BRIDGE Department.Those (especially your rollingreporter all ind.cation.s, most of them days l ttay Tuesday and Wednes-

and partnership Lois WaIL
winning seme of I U4. NOTES! building. The Boardof rose Duplicate Bridge Club their yearly dues of $8 for fire Telephone Corporation are getting ready to spawn again this week. Well now, let's

Zee Toiler, tuumament chairman Trustees will meet at 7:3(1inn. : ( were: Mrs.\ Paley Boyd and protection In this area are a recording to Inform you because most; of the ones icport- get down to business.

for the" WOA, .=aid that regular By Helen Egari Sunday, Feb. 2. The Board Mrs. John Strawn, 1st place; urged to do so. The fire depart of any changed numbers. so the ed had roe in taem.. As lye told! Griffin's! Lodge (east: shore of

tournament are ciiL'd-:( .. of Stewards will meet on Feb- Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. Phil ment has no Intention< of let- disconnected phone number just you before, those bass should:: Santa Fe) reported another
--- 2nd place (Mrs. Mary for those keeps ringing, and ringing. begin to by the no.ildie week better week
uled for cacii 'Dnuvlny'! I>1'JI.J-,iIng. ruaiy M at 7:30.: ( Kromer, ; ting property burn spawn good an even :
The t tournament\ c\Jtl1r"a": o EASTERN< STAR liie\ Family Night Dinner of Cook and Miss Iva llillyer, 3rd who do not pay, but the moneyIs This happened to us while try- of February. The way they for bass, because of that beau

would appitc.aia? all VU'V I ; Tint, )t :MIss Bessie Rutherford l. 4th work. The department answered since when they do start i spawnIng few bas brought In, and mostof
It.
for t..i t ; at U.Jt; February
members ;oii'ti..r4: up ad place. 19 fire calls last year and sev- were unable there is going to be some them had roe. Roy Griffin,
ux HU1CC.
tournaments inn) fiiocllve offlter.-i
On Sui.cUy: Jai. 26:! 54 JJt'm'bers d"cUd the onoimit! work;, who of con-the WOMAN'S: :; CLUB eral already this! year Six dol- finally called the operator and kind of actlan: going on. One went out alone Monday, he
had been
of u.c club pi< ticiit.'dIn l I :i'vlii.( A-.:oe, U'' Palion Win- flY VYf'VVVV1'YyyyyyVMELROSE' Huel Holloway was guest lars Isn't much to pay for this found the number thing for sure you jut couldn'task caught shiners then went fjsh-
Tournament, speaker at the regular semi- protection.Dues changed.The for better weather thus ins and caught B bass, and was
a Couple's tt'iii' Ke'-Ui.' act.ng in the office
monthly meeting of the Melrose\ sent to Col. time of especially) than we The bass
:
which was the fust::; local vi.-ut" of Worthy Patron Hector Own- can be James RobbIns family year back home m 3 hours.
for the year. bty, and .A., oclatc Matron Woman's' Club last Wednesday.He Ralph Stevens left at Chlapplnl's were visIting In Guyton, Ga.; had last week, to fish iii. ilia averaged 3 toI pounds.() Tues

Winners for the tournament (ji ace Keeth" inducted the for- gave an illustrated\ talk on Gulf Service Station.HOMEMAKER'S Augusta, Ga.; and down in Del- reason I keep saying last week, day. Roy guided Mr. Bambergand

included the following: Voncile u .ii OPPIIUV. in :place) ot Worthy fly Joyce: Rowe his trip to British Columbiaand ; ,CLUB ray Beach, and Miami duringthe Is the fact that I write thu column they caught a 6-pounder, a-

Ketch and Joseph PeUook low Matt JtI Putl'l"'\ (Uiliie. Each of- Alaska, using:! movies anda The Melrose Homemakers holidays.Mrs. oil Saturday. I don t want 5-pounder, and 5 more that

gross; T. J. uiio Pan y Hawes. f'' c ad\.l' ojijj station until 4>AA A*.A.*AA AA AAAAAAA AA' AHalph map to show the route they met last Thursday to install E. B. Watkins Is visitingher to give the false impression averaged 2V4\ to 3 pounds; Mr.Btmbel'g .

lust low not: Lu.( ::> Walker and tlii 'sular. business of the traveled. their new slate of officers as family in Augusta, Ga. fora that all this is going on tills : also caught a 10 1-4

Don b.iat>%..iv.loul, n.cotid( ) low Chai I.t lev" t', when the Worthy< Matron J. Cason of Palatla Mrs. Ernest Bartlett president follows: while. week (when the column conies pounder. Wednesday, Roy guid-
net; Ed and Su 1)1'' y.r: third 1'1 cSllied.A spent (Monday:! with Ills! parentsin announced that there would President. Mrs.. : Teresa Craw. Mr. and Mrs. Byrne of New out.) In fact, as I sIt here writ-

low net, and.!. (('_ '. -,.l.on pure <..'rOial erecting! was ex- :Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Cason. be a meeting of the library ley; VIce-president, (Mrs. Lillian Jersey have been visiting their C >:-t:nued On Next Page)

was' awdnlvU tu I.1'lno1'1d\ H\ltl\ tended to .several visitors and Mrs. W. H. Allen visited Mr. board. Norwood< ; Secretary. :Mrs. CarrIe daughter and family, :Mr.\ and

Moore. spi'einl' I rer:,'gnihun was /given toKEYSTONES and Mrs. Clarence Sampson In Eland; Treasurer. Mrs. Mrs. Emory Sullivan. Emory
Mt. Dora, last week. The next meeting will be a Louise Miller; Delegate. !Mrs. has just returned from Vietnam

-- --.----. ,___ ----<-I- -- --- -- ,- Mr. and Mrs.\ V. Y. Crtwieysp business session. Edith Nicholson> ; Assistant last week, and will be leavingfor

"nt Friday with friends In Hostesses for the meetingwere Delegate Mrs. Margaret Rob- his new assignment in Mis.
I
Jacksonville.: Miss Iva Hillyer Mrs. inson. souri'on February 2. "Welcome

Aloe Wll on of Tampa recently John Strawn. Mrs. Harriet Several of the Melrose members home"'Mr. Sullivan, we're all

; Nursery vulted: his brother and sis Rice, and airs. Van Netta. attended the County Council proud of you!"

ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. r. E. BOOSTER CLUB meeting held Friday at !the Len and Linda Swearingenand
100 Florthonie 659-2165
Jlwy. ,
-
'"ur"'PI'Y' Stock -- Thousands. of Wilson. The Booster Club of Inter. Waldo Homemakers Club. The daughter. Tammy Lynn, of
HEIGHTS I Sat Emory Sullivan has returned lachen Junior-Sr. High School Melrose members provided the Jacksonville were weekend
Planr-i It Fruit t'reea to dvocne.
from shade Trees Evergreens &; !home from a year's .service met last Monday. night at the flowers and part of the food guests of his parents, Fred and 1

Landscape Plants! In containers. in Vietnam. He and his School. used for the meetLnsr.INDIAN Vera Swearingen.Mr. How To Guard All Important

DIRECTORY I ( ,\i\IELMAS & AZALKASLfi family will soon move to Missouri Members were still not able and Mrs. Lewis Georgeof
where he will be station to .set a date for the football vvvYvY.Yv yyyyvyymv1 ) Cocoa were visiting her parents -

-__ {JM Do Your >lnRRABY'S ed. and basketbaU banquet as Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voyles, Papers and Other Valuables/ .

Guests last: week of Mr. and there was still no word when' BEACH last weekend.

AUTO USKD: CARS Mrs. J. o. Dann were her the jackets would be ready. Mrs. H. A. Hollbrook spent Rent safe deposit box
daiwhter-ln-law.\! Mrs. Gladys They are to be presented to the first of the week with her a : at

SERVICE -Hanks-UedCa'; Allen, and two granddaughters, the boys at the banquet. (Lake Santa H. Fe) daughter and family. Roy and this bank. The cost is just
Michael
Complete Auto Repairs of Starko: her granddaughter( Also discussed were plans Djr Chltty Betty Griffin.

Air Conditioning Repairs; BI CASH DISCOUNT and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd for a talent show to be presented Ph. 475-2171 Pete and Joyce Barton English pennies a day, and you can

& Automatic Transmission; TERMS Allen, and three children, her at the School. Tentative data 'AAAA4A4AAAAA4AAAGreetings' .. and Romania Hilton of

BUY SELL TRADE dauc>htl'l'IT'S.. Emma Grover, for the show has been set for Jacksonville and Robert and protect: valuables, from tax
Service and two children, her daughter- April 25 at 8 p.m. : friends and neigh. Novice Ward of Starke were

PHONE 173-4101. I' RT. 1, ITOX 90 InlnV.lr5.. Opal Allen, a.11 of The Booster Club la still bors, from your happy tolling- Saturday night supper guests! of) records and wills to family
'' 100':R Vlle S. Stark(
Little Lake Bedford ___' .y : Starkc?; and Mr. and Mrs. Wllmm sponsoring the concession stand! reporter. I'm happy because of) Fred and Corlne Thieman of heii looms
Alton of Olustee.Mr. at home basketball games. that beautiful weather we had Jacksonville at the Thieman against fire i ,

------ (CONCRETE: PRODUCTSKEYSTONE and\ Mrs. Cecil! Spurlock FIRE DEPARTMENTThe last week. I don't know about home on Santa Fe. theft loss.KEYSTONE

BEAUTY SHOP _ and son, David and John, and Melrose Volunteer Fire :you all, but I stayed outside as Guests enjoying a fish fry at .
.-- "'.NsIMr THAT ALL YOUR a friend from Charleston S. C. Department held its quarterly much as I could soaking up the home of Pete and Joyce

CONCRETE PKOniKTS vi-ited Mr and Mrs. H. F. Slm- meeting at the Parish House some of that sunshine. The fish Barton on Sunday were: Fred

AUK THE BEST FROM mon.*. enroute to Miami. Sunday \- Monday night. even liked the weather, because and Corine Thieman. Mrs. STATE BANKMember

BEAUTY SHOP they attended the American! It was decided to keep last they bit better than they have Clemmie Greek, Buddy and Betty -

EDITH JOHNSON. Owner F.dwnrd'e: Building League Pro Bowl game In year's slate of officers: President since summer. Even though, it ; Mangum and children, Robert ; F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights< Fla.'

Personal Jacksonville Henry Williams Vice turned cold for the weekend and Lisa, English and Romania -
and Creative
Every Form of Hair Beauty Styling Iu.nf'h, I nf:: Miss Annette Chlapplnl. President, Col. Ralph Stevens we had the best stretch of Hilton, all of Jacksonville "Your Friendly Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity"

Culture 'IUe1I.- a1 9-5 closedMonday. 16 : '\\1..UI nztntiVU.IJE daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bert Jr., Fire Chief\ Jimmy: Williams weather there. that we've had and Robert and Novice .

: .'\JW FLA. Chiapplm. celebrated her seventh ; Assistant fire Chiefs. lit many moons. And as I sit Ward of Starke.
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School 10 a.m. morning Worship
w \ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN at 11. Evening Service, 6:30.: First Woman C of C Head dinner will be Ralph Bradford,
former U.s. Chamber executive
'f'rI"s\ a womall's News About ;Pleasant Grove Methodist
Church, Rev. 11. P. Hudson pas business analyst and author.: Hala
-f. Colored Citizens tor. Church School 10 a.m. Will Be Installed TonightA now retire and lives in Ocala.

i :Morning -Worship at 11. Afternoon Other scheduled activities call
e .service, 4 o'clock. Bradford County"first" will This will mark the occasion ot for the presentation of awards: to
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from New Hope Baptist Church take place at the 22nd annual the first (woman ever to takeover outstanding citizens -of the county -
RECREATION NEWS Sunday Chamber of Commerce dinner the reins of leadership ot in several oatagories- ser
Rev, Mosely :raster.:
By Martha Sue McCain ed George Zellner and daughter ,(The Reno Recreation Center School. 10 a.m. with Supt. ,John meeting at 7:30 tonight (:Thursday the chamber ;here. Mrs. Loryee vice.There will be a pictorial review -
they caught a 10V4 pounder blinding: has 'been remodelledand (!Diggs in charge. Worship: at 3 ) In the Starke Golf & Coua- :LaNier Is the only woman serving of the county for-IOCS and
'J} County Extension and 2 3-pounders. Bill Reyn- a fence placed partly try club. on the Chamber's board ot the chamber will also previewIts
Home Economics Agent around the yard, facing Pine ; received unani-
olds was fishing in Alto Lake p.m.Greater Bethlehem Free Will governors and latest promotional film"Beef
andit and Florida Streets. It too been urinate at 3 Sunday, Feb. when named presidentelect "
he got a bass up to boat, : Baptist Church; Rev. Jasper>> p.m. mous support<< And Youth for Tomorrow.
broke a 20 pound test line. :reported that the other sides Williams pastor. Monday night 9. All members axe asked to last year. She has :Around 200 members: and

MAKE THE MOST from In planning family meals. Thursday, Roy guided Kim ''Will be open Monday through Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir please contact your' captain to been active In support of com- guests are expected to attend
Klmmema of Keystone, and they Friday from. 4:30: to 6:30: p-m. :fulfill your obligation In orderto munity activities for many tIlLs event.
Tuesday
OF YOUR MONEY It Is your choice that No. 3 will rehearse.
counts caught 9 bass; 4 of which Friday and Saturday nights 8 make this activity a success. years, and is owner. and presi-
when it Choir No. 2 mill rehearse.
From Apples to Zucchini (that comes to: night
weighed 7 pounds each, all together to 11. The Junior Church will sponsora dent o f Bradford Furnltur
skinny green squash) there are 1. Feeding your family wen. they totaled 46 pounds. New games !have been added Wednesday night ''Prayer Meet- musical program with various Corporation with 60 employ TYPEWRITERS: 'Manna or
hundreds of foods to cJiccsa 2. Making the most of your customer enjoyment. Parentsare Ing. Thursday' night. Ladies appearing.The Electric. For ..I. or rent.
Friday Roy guided a for more choir groups ees.
E money.No and they caught 6 bass; the ,always welcome visit the Circle and Story Hour at the public is invited to attend. Featured speaker at tonight's Bradford County Telegraph.
single food supplies; all the pounds, church. Friday night. PrayerBand
was, 10V4 center.
nutrients largest will be I
protein minerals Saturday dinners
one weighed 6 pounds, and the The Hawks and Falcons traVeled -
vitamins! carbohydrate and fat' the kitchen. Surday:
sold from
4 pounds. Beach. Saturday
rest averaged 3 to to Daytona'
in the amounts each of us 9:30. Morning Worshipat
School, :
Roy says the specs aren't biting night, :where the Falcons
needs every day for good health too good now. They are on defeated the Recreation team 11. Evening Service, 6 p.m.
and wellbeing.In observed its 20thAnn1vers.ary
their way in from deep water 84-59. The Hawks also won by a The Church
planning meals then with services -
ready to go on their 109-94. will be Sunday
getting score of Daytona
choose FIRST those foods which all day and dinner on thegrounds Boost
they yourGROW4OWEL.
supply the necessary nutrients. beds. By next month here Saturday !night to play the
should be going on. Let's hope local teams. Game time 7:30: in .
There
Is a simple guide to follow
lAME
\AJlen Chapel
hCharld huh fellows? Saturday Greater
anyway the RJE
Ask so gym.
In
choosing these "foods
Roy guided a customer City League .basketball is :being Church Rev. L. A. Sampson
for fitness"
as they are called.The.se they School. HO a,m.
wanting a trophy bass, so held each Saturday at 9 :pastor. Sunday
i ,L- foods have been grouped didn't use shiners less, than 10 with Mrs F. B. Delestre 1nC'hal'lge
under four a.m. in the RJE ,gym. The public
main heads
simply
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Inches long. However, the only Love Feast Ile.m. Holy ,. .
Ls Invited to attend.
stated, the "Baslo 4" (Food bass they caught was a. 5- CHURCH NEWS (Communion' will be given at !the:

Jots pounder. Also on Saturday. Robert 6 p.m. service.
Groups Here they are: Mt.Pisgah AME Church Rev.
Barker went out alone, and The Stewards Drive will ter-
-Milk Group. George Young pastor. Sunday .. ..! ..
-Meat Group.VegetableFruit. caught 4 bass.Shipman's ,.
Camp (west shore -- --

About This Qut ilon: Group. 'Santa Fe), also reported a fairly
.
"I have seen a chart showing -Bread-Cereal variety of foods Group.A comes un- good by week customers with 125 specs from MUTUAL OF OMAHA'SWILD \
caught
that t building/ costs on der the Basic 4 Food Groups. Gainesville, and Jacksonville \\
residences Thus meals can be varied-and
both md commercial C. A. Rodibough who spends \
made to suit the food budget. 1
Beach,
building are up Otis winters at Earleton e0
Buy food value-that Is, those
roughly: 15'; in only 5ears. foods that provide' the nutritional caught 30 bass last. week.Barton of KINGDOM I
Pete and Joyce
\' Does, this suggest needs of your family. By Lake Santa Fe, went fishing! in \\I\\\\\\
that property: insurance be comparing prices for foods with and caught 18 nice
Lochloosa
equal food values can then SUNDAY aso r.'M' 1 1
increased since last renewal you which had roe In them. I :
to assure protection to choose those that cost less specs My father, James Chitty, along STARRING IN COLORNBC ,
money. These tips may help Ellis of Gainesville
full replacement value of with Buddy
you to make the most of your Howard of Starke, CHANNEL 12 Q rs
A. B.
t the building"Charley
food money: and A. B.'s brother R. C. How- c,
E. Plan meals ahead. ard of Jacksonville, all went /
Make a list; of the foods hunting near Lacrosse and kill MARLIN PERKINS

JOHNS AGENCY you need before you go ,shop ed 24 doves. '.

ping. Boys, It looks like that doesIt
131 So. Walnut St. Shop around to learn where for another week, I hopeyou're 1 : :, -z--
the best buys are. in on the fishing.I ..
Phone 64-5070 getting -
.,y- :a_
Watch for week-end sales or haven't yet, but I'm just aching

end-of-day bargains to. So, we better all get out ,

cans Bead and packages weights on to labels compare. of there this week and try 'em. .. ....' ,
be lucky '
Who knows you may ( f I ;: '} with electric
Why costs. like Mrs. Lester Slade. While r 1vnI ',

The meat Purchase, poultry perishables and fish suchas and :riding spotted on Hampton.something Lake.floating.she ; d r rr irrigation J'- .

frozen foods in quantities that When she checked it out It yrn% fir a
you will use immediately unless was a live 3-pound bass. What I Iw

Christian you .have freezer-storage space. topped things off, was that it
Buy fresh fruits and vege- had a 1-pounder 1n Its mouth.

Science tables in season when they are Evldentally they had fought ; I l"gh From citrus groves to cropland-you get a better yield,
usually lower in cost.
hadbass
she
over a chad.: Anyway when back, Nature
Many convenience productssuch for dinner. "How 'bout and a better quality yield, you up

:Monitor as cake and pudding mix- that!" Till next week. "Good- : v i'IY i'- with a modern electrically-pumped irrigation system.

es save time and are inexpen- bye; and good luckl"GENEROSITY! And you actually conserve water. Use just the amount

recommends sive.Other Foods: Besides the u ..,.'-y' you need, when and where you need it.

Basic 4 Food Groups, there are The Asmat, Guinea's former : Simple, reliable electric motors serve you dependably

readyour other foods which help to malrn headhunters. seldom send a ,_ time-clocks float-switches
I after And with or
yon meals! good to look at, good to empty-iaaaUTSSTTo year year.
eat, and satisfying. For Instance ""visitor' aniAsmat's away is to PRESENTED BY controlling your system, electric irrigation is completely
praise property
)I ,I localnewspaper. table and:foods cooking such fats abutter.and oils,, request it. The owner must then NATHAN L. MODLING automatic and economical. Night operation helps

sugars and sweeteners such as give it away to .avoid seeming IJT. 2, JJOX in.! ; I I'll. !961-7103( minimize loss from evaporation. See your equipment

) molasses and honey, or unen- stingy, says NatlaaaJ Geogra STAKKK::, 1'LOUIDA dealer or contact us.
:riched refined grain products. phic.

Your local! newspaper keeps you in, These foods are often used as --- -- --- REPRESENTING POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
formed of what happening in your Ingredients In cooking and bak- rounds, sprinkle with Pcrmcsan FLORIDA
area community events public ing, or served at meals. These cheese and bake 10 minutes or iJJii111MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY HELPING BUILD FLORIDATROPICAL
meetings, stones about people' in "other" foods add flavor to until lightly: browned. Makes 20 i ': I Affiliate: United of Omahl

your shouldn't vicinity do These without.you can t- and our meals. At the same time, pizzas 3" to diameter.. I OFOMAHA'V' Home Office: Omaha, Nebraska

they supply food energy and
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add to the total nutrients of

The and Monitor interpreting LOCAL, PAPER specializes national in and analyzing world meals. IS HAVING I A I '68 I : &; '69' DEMO I SALE I CHOOSE

news with exclusive dispatches Here is a recipe for Chicken PONTI I AC
from one of the largest news bureaus Pizza Sna.cks-or turkey couldbe
in the nation's capital and substituted.One YOUR SALESMAN I I AND I I CALL I HIM DURING THIS SALE I Ii
from !,'ton tor news experts: in 40 In
clove garlic cut pieces
overseas countries and all 50 states
TRY THE MONITORIT'S! A PAPER ; 1V4 cup finely diced cooked
THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY chicken, one-half to 1 teaspoon .fo.. i
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The Christian Science Monitor grated Parmesan Cheese two- It' a CHARLIE : ROLLIE
One Norway Street tJiIrds! cup Spanish style tomato DICK I BOB l.1! DOUG ,
Boston, Massachusetts, USA 02115 sauce, 2 tablespoons' finely diced V MEANS CLIFTON KEPPEL -t SIMMONS LUCIUS
Phase start 'my Monitor subscription, for onion 1 package ((10 biscuits) ... a';
the period checked below.. I encloseS refrigerated biscuit! dough. t i
((1),5 funds) ..I
Let garlic stand in tomato
Q 1 YEAH $26, Q 6,1/1. $1JQ 1 L hour, then remove. Preheat SPECIAL '1969 BONNEVILLE 2 DOOR HARDTOP 1969 CATALINA COUPE
3 months $/> 30 1968CATAUNA'SSAVE
oven to 425 degrees. Mix tomato NEW 1969TEMPEST
and CALL US TODAY LISTEN TO THIS EQUIPMENT AIR cordova lop
Name f>sauce chicken. onion $
power antenna, power 6 way seals power
Street_ _ _ _ in oregano..half place Cut on unbaked lightly biscuits oiled '68 BONNEVILLE COUPE windows ,tereo'ape. eporbsleeringwh..l! 31 9 5

City baking: sheet, flatten In 2'h deck lid remote AM radio all vinyl custom

Inch circles with a rim. Spread I Interior I mal..haust power steering .
State ZIP Code_ 3195 disc brakes. 883x15 white, $1 000
P&17 chicken mixture on biscuit: power AFTERf499DOWN
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Mustang ,Loaded List price $5093.48 lilt price $5697.89 after$399 down whit tidewalltiee. electric clock.



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diet brake power windows -air conditioned t.i"II.Pow.bahs.aicondi.
power e till wheel teal reclining seat (Driven just 4000 miles by rear bumper, CASH OR TRADE 11 oned,white, sidewall II,...Ideal on. $ 1'67 MUSTANG, VS. speed: trans-
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.. BANK RATES "SEKI'ICEIS fjlIHC P.M.; SATURDAY All

: With the purchase of any new '

FREE! mobile home TRUCK CENTERGain.tvilU: ,
: 7* 8* Utility Building I. OURUUSINESS" I! Service Dill. Open M n.,
YOUR CHOICE : x or UU11 Wid. Fri. 'Til ::30;

... 20' x 10' Aluminum Awning PAYMENTS TILL MARCH 2101 N. Main St. Tuts, ft Tk i l'Tl Clei|d 7:30Sr :

> Dov>n Payment Never a problem at Mustangr 372-2583 All Day Saturday
r I & N. W. 13th US 411 North Gainesville(

f I Out of Town Call Collect 378-1346
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REDUCE: Safe and fast with FILING CABINETS. Typewriter ( IN TOWN-OUT OF TOWN
G )B"e tablets & E-Vap "water Stands, Desks Chain r Two bed room frame home part
.'.11..." -Andrews Drugs.lOt. Safes. Bradford County ly furnished close In and very
pd 3-27 Telegraph well built and arranged. Listing

.. <, T''a.-J I : : : STARLING FARM SUPPLY ;I price $7,500.00.

; off 301 I Four bed room frame home
; iller Brown moving to new location
N. behind Tastee-Freeze. Must paved street, very complete
i \ Reduce Stock Buy now and Close in. We are glad to show
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save 3tohg 2-30 this one. A real bargain at
USED VACUUM cleaners re l7@1trJ1 $12,600.00.Two .
E. LaRue 3
George
conditioned $15 up. 10 different
If you find your name among the Classified Ads name brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto BALDWINPIANOS bed room frame house,
Parts & excellent repairs all VolkswagenNew partly furnished out of Town.
Fire Homeowner.LIFE
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come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO makes KIRBY SALES & & ORGANS Listing price $7,000.00.
SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville & ACCIDENT Si Used I.V). CHOICI OT THE ABTIJTS'
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre 301 Drive
or Sales Service
3767110. tfchg Keystone Heights 41S-4MS .2ephaat MUSICco Nice shady lots In City. Well
drained, streets.The price
Theatre Passes In paved ,
DID YOU KNOW it's easy to 1 MI. North of Tire Mall
I own a Longchamp Home? :MEN WANTED Men cottageparents GAINESVILLEFOR G'vllle Sh'ing Center 372-5353 is very reasonable.A. .

New Innerspringsand Better built for FJ)>rfda/ liv age over 21. Starting
PUMPS J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel 9G4-
CLASSIFIED AD RATES Box SpringsDrop ing. Your plan or ours pay $295 month, promotion op- FOR RENT: TV sets baby
It
__ NEW AND USED __ Your lot or ours. Contact Bu portunities and regular increases beds elec. guitars, amplifiers, 5701
Up to 15 word. ____- 1.28 Us A Card or Call SALES-PARTS.SERVICE ford Mitchell, phone C6i- In pay. 8 hour day. 5 SALE C. B.. Carport. refrigerators: day or week. DA- i FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house
(Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Deep & Shallow Wells 6853. POBox 238. Starke day week, sick leave, vacations Utility room. 632 Pinewood Dr. HMER'S, 9647923. tf-chg unfurnished. Conveniently locate
MRS. PEGGY SHALLER state retirement. If Interested finance balance. Ph. |
tf.-'g $500 down
Water Softeners & Filters I ed. Call 964-6841. tfchff
Each word over 18 .07
209 E. Adkins St. please; apply In person Personnel 43M195 after 5. 4tj 2-13 FOR SALE Used clothes. I
Extra charge U not Furniture Repaired Expert Service On .!Manager Sunland Training Center Suits, dresses skirts, slacks, SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding -
paid In advance ___ .35 Upholstered & Refinished All Makes JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville. Fla. tfcasr BAIRD and blouses Some like new Machines* for sale eleo
Plumbing Service worn very little. Call 9646114. tries; subtraction, credit bal
SUN SPORTS
MATTRESSES REBUILT Phone 964.7061 I ED WAINWRIGHT Mobile Homes 2tchg 2-6 ance. Bradford County Tels-
Memorials, Resolutions starke Agent
HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP MOORE BOAT TOR AGENCYFor NEW and USED INCOME TAX SERVICE graph. tf

7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. YOUR MONEY All Your 810.12 Wide Short Forms $5 and up. Town FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE
Starke Ph. 984-0791 Insurance NeedsSpecializing Finance Co., 221 N, Temple Ave.
710 Lemon St. PaUtkaMARY INSURANCEAT I Good Quality ready for occupancy. 3 bed-
CARDS OF THANKS[
Starke. tfchg
SPECIAL : in room 2 bath. Located Just
REDUCED RATES Reasonably Priced
00 words or lesa __ '..00I AUTO, FIRE BOAT 5511P Evlnrude Selectramatlc. Mobile Home InsurancePh. Gainesville 378.2785 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom furnished outside of city limits In
Pinebreeze. Easy monthly
__ DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE all controls & 2 tanks $89. Starke 964-6818 cottage at 520 E. Weldon St.
I Each word over 00 .01 Serviced, Guaranteed and terms. Longchamp Coast Co.
AGENCY Phone 964-7582. It
FOR RENT 3 bedroom home. Delivered In Starke Area Contact 131.fo.'d Mltcboll.
tehg
FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom Call 9645413. tfchg NO EXTRA COST FOR RENT Furnished 3 bed pone 864-0853. P. O. Box
with room house. Phone 964-5884, :a38 Starke. tfotm
home carport. FOR RENT TTnfurnJaliea > US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th
Located on Fenced Corner Lot. CARTERPAINTS Gdne.vife378.2785 570 W. Call St. tfchsr
BR house at Klngsley. Mrl.1"u"-- POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
Call 9644464
'quay, phone 531-2209. tfchg FOR RENr.FurnI.Sbed apartmeats FOR RENT 2 bedroom con- withstand weather- 20o each.

Bill PowellReal EstateIn Come To Aero CountryWORK FOR SALE Small one family good location. Also crete blk house., unfurnished. $2.25 quantities doz. Special Bradford price on County larger -

the fitarke Plaza house. Living room. two bedroom house in country. Reasonable.W. 337 Clark St 9645821. Itch Telegraph. tt

BUY SELL TRADE kitchen, modern bathroom H. Nollman. tfchj FOR SALE 2 bedroom trailer

1 102( : K. Itn-\vnk,- SI. front and back ieml-- HOUSE For Sale By owner. and glassed in porch on Market HOME REPAIRS Carpentry
THE KEY TO IS PLENTIFUL AND closed porches. One acre of One year old three. bedroom, Road. Phone 964-7460. S. W. painting, no Job too small. Free
,r t Gracious Living' NEW ground. Call 9645605. :3tp 1-39 two baths. Carpeted. Call 964- Halsten. Itp estimates.; Call Starke 9646401.Itchg.

Town HouseAPARTMENTS THE PAY IS FINE ATTRACTIVELY furnished: 885. Up HELP WANTEDINTERVIEWER I
bachelor apartment. Air conditioned WANTED for
No. 805 General farm. 60 acres
\ WANT SECURITY?
: DoItYourselfSEAMLESS and vented heat. 337 fenced. Tobacco allotment and part-time telephone survey work. I STEADY INCOME?

Sell or RentFamished Needed By North Florida's Most N. Walnut. Gladys HarHong' barn. 18 Pecan trees, outbuildings. Give phone number. Must have ,' Crowing company needs full
Modem 3 bedroom borne. private line Not a selling Job. I,
Aggressive Aircraft Rework Facility time, year round dairy pro
or' Unfurnished I Air mall letter including education -
Tractor Included. Ideal for(poul ducts salesmen for established
WANTED: Used Wrln *r-Wub.er. work experience and
Buford Mitchell try. Only 19690. Terms. routes. Company has been
Will cash Experienced Aircraft Mechs pay names of references to: American
Phones serving Bay area for 60 years
FLOORING trade on anything. DAKUER'S No. 773 Nice 3 bedroom cottage., Research Bureau, Field
M4-6853 9$4-<760 964-7923. tf-chg 5 acres located close In. Only Staff Department. 4320 Amm- with quality dairy products.
And Sheet Metal Workers Plus Two weeks training program.
9000. endale Road Beltaville. Md. .
WANTED WAITRESS and Cook Excellent pay for hard working

o BUY -Bill SELL Poweilv TRADE WE MAKE 1 Painters and Aircraft WashersBUT experienced. Call 782-3886 for 2117 STROUT N. Temple REALTY Ave. 20705. Itp I man. Company benefits:
I Interview after 2 p.m. Trail( Starke. Fla. FOR RENT Furnished 2 bedroom j I profit sharing, paid vacation,
Real EsbOe
2tchg 3-9 and Insurance,
Restaurant Lawtey. life hospital
Lake
701 N
Ph. 964-6609 apartment on
Call 964-6404 KEYS DON'T DISMAYWe I sick leave.
In the Starka Plaza EUNICE NURSERY Street. Phone 964-6937, Itchg
CALL COLLECT: HOOD'S
MOBILE BOMS LOT for rent.
Need Inexperienced Help Also I Pecan Pear, and plum, Tree
DAIRY, INC., BRADENTON,
1 ml. from Starke, corner SR4.00 FOR SALE 1949 Mercury In
TRAILER LOTS MEN WANTED Laundry w. train you to work for us .t an aircraft mech or sheet bare rooted.plants.Blueberry Ormental and shrobe cab.bage and 100A (west). Electricity, good running condition. Needs FLA., PH. 746-4127 OR: HO.

LAKE ACCESS workers. Kitchen aids laborers metsl worker. EARN while you learn, .t t Aero. Com container grown. 2 miles N. water, and sewage' on the lot. tag Sell!! for $125 cash. Call 964- OD'S MILK INC., ST. PETERSBURG
cottage parents, watchman where the opportunity is. Call us collect. Lawtey on 301 turn at sign. Vernon E. Olin Lawtey, ph- 5673. Itp I FLA.. PH. 525-
115 Down Month 2111 3t 2-4
$15 cooks and clerks, ground- one 782-3864. U
CALL PERSONNEL OFFICE Phone 7823465.3 4tchg 2-
Lake Lots $2500 Up keeper, truck driver. Five WANTED Handy man. ApplyIn
-Investment Properties- day week eight hour day AERO CORPORATIONLAKE FOR SALE '65 Ford Oatexle: FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick person To-Rena Motel tfchg I
State retirement, vaca.tJoMalck 500 PS & lAC. Good condition. borne central beat and air coo.dlHoo SEWING MACHINE-Cleared! ,
S.E.MCKAYRealtorAppraiser IF WE DON'T HAVE: IT ; oiled and adjusted in
leave.If Interested please Beat offer. Call 782-3059. Itp conveniently located, usfurnished. your
CITY FLORIDA I
apply in person Personnel. 752-7911 $100 per month. 323 we'll get it for yon. Office home, 300. Vacuum cleaner repairs -

:Manager, Sunland Training -| Or Contact Your Nesrest State Employment Office- WILL :BUY: Used Appliances.P5nnlture N. Walnut fit. Inquire *t premise Supplies Furniture. Equip also. All work guaranteed.
Keystone Hts. 473-4816 I Center. Gainesville, Fla. << TVs. Stereos, any- or call starke 904-7753 or meat. Bradford Count: Dennis E. Coggins Phone 431
tfchg I tMng: of value. DAHMXR'S. 964-6491. tfolu Telegraph. 1428. tfcfcg

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