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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 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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GrowingA Bradford County Hospital ... County Commission hence-

room rates Increased '.. "rth will take a closer look
from at how county funds the
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total of 57,575 cubic Feb. 1, according to '. ; t) "'.I :of. former body receives<: is

yarJs of garbage was an announcement by Administrator J"7, ....>>J. .. spent.
buried by the county at a E. F, Saunders ,., ;:; ,, .. -... r y Ralph Bryan newly elected, 1:

cost of $16,575 in IOCS, A semi-private room arid hos- county commissioner, broughtup
County Sanitarian Jack pital services usually included Chamber Gavel! PassesNew the matter of how the $6.000

Trawick told the County will now cost $25 per day, up of public funds given the county'
Cunuuidsion Monday Feb 'firs $4.50 from $21 charged during each year Is spent. Bryan requested
:!:: e. q Chamber of Commerce President Loyree LaNier receives
o 1968. A private room will cost a legal opinion fromCounty
u> I gavel from 'Vdrlng prsident Wayne Whlffcn at annual ata
V, $30 per day, up $2.50 from $27. Attorney T. A. Yawn
Those statistics were revealedby membership dinner last Thursday night- at the Starke Golf Joint session of the Commission

Trawick In making ,requestfor 50.Nursery care will be up a & Country Club. For story and more pictures, of this: event, and 15 Chamber of Commerce -
the commission to okay submitting dollar per day to $9, and a see page 14.Brooker. officers of the Board ofOnvernors.
bids f for ,a new front: end nursery boarder will cost $10 .
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loader to compress the garbage. per day, up a dollar. Pediatricroom After several of her board
The machine: will be purchased 'iJ *,-.. and adjunct hospital ser- members praised the Chamber
with state funds and according vices will cost$21. Lawtey program Chamber President
to specifications set up by the There will also be a 10% increase Loyi'ee LaNier told the Commission -
State Health Department, the Young Zack Edward Is shown with the steer' which won Mm the Grand Championship in laboratory and X-ray :

sanitarian: said. of the Florida State Fair Tuesday. It Is the second time the young cattleman, the costs. The rates include room, "This! appearance Is to give

Previous bids for the loader son of Maurice Edwards Jr.. has von' the coveted title The Black Angus steer weighed meals, nourishment routine 'No' ToConsolidation both of us an opportunity to(
were turned down by the state; 1,145 pounds, exactly the same as the steer which won Zack the championship; at medications Including aspirin, Say better understand each other."
and new specifications issued Ocala last week. blmple laxatives, etc. The Joint meeting had been requested -

Trawick said. The present loader The champion steer was, to be sold Wednesday night and was expected to brine Increased cost of services was by the Chamber several
Is 11-years-old and about worn months ago
over $2,000. given as the reason for the In
out he reported. crease, the first in over a year At the conclusion of the
In telling ire Commission of at the local hospital. Saunders Chamber's presentation Commissioner -
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what he termed a growing garbage also cited a revision of the Bryan stated there

;: disposal problem In :Brad. '- employee's schedule, plus the Two more Bradford County municipalities Law ,was a mater which he intended,

lord, Trawick said; the average .. .' tr,. ',\ 4t' tII further implementation of the tey andllampton have turned thumbs down on any to bring before the Commission,
amount of garbage per person ,j 1! '} Of" Federal Wage Act as reason for steps toward consolidating their tax: assessing' and and asked if the Chamber members -

In the U.S. is five pounds per .vc ; t,, : the rate increase. collecting agencies with those of Bradford County. would like_to< have It presented __ ..
In Bradford he said, the Decision to Increase the
tay. '" t '" ''Pi ratesat them while they were
average te eight pounds per day \ '. the Bradford Hospital was Similar negative action was At their meetings Monday night, present Mrs. LaNier Immediately
due to the summer tourists made at the Jan. 21 meeting of taken by the Starke Council at both the Lawtey and the Brooker answered "Yes."

and temporary lake residents. I the Hospital Board. Its meeting on January 21. Councils went on record as being Bryan then referred to a state
Using the present method of unanimously opposed to consolidation attorney general's opinion In

burying the garbage, Trawick tw and both groups connection with a 1954 Pinellas
said, it now costs!! eight cents I At Vo-Tech CenterSheet Instructed their clerks to so notify County case of the opening of
per cubic yard for disposal.) But State Representative Gene the lower Tampa Bay Bridge
burying the garbage\ la gettingto Shaw. which Bryan said stated that I
be more of a problem, he said. Shaw had contacted the four public tax funds going to the ,,
The refuse! can't be burled MetalClasses municipalities in the County; Indicating Chamber of Commerce can only
deep because of the state regulations that if they were Interested be spent for advertising and
against water pollutionand In consolidation of their publicity and should be controlled I
it can't be burned becauseof : tax collecting and assessing dut- by the county."I .
the danger .of .air pollution, ies with the County, he would don't think we've had
the sanitarian explained.To Set. Introduce the necessary legislation enough supervision," Bryan
at the forthcoming sessIon stated He then called on At- 1
bury the garbage: shallow, of the State Legislature.In torney Yawn for a legal opinIon
as has to be done, neccesitatescompressing an earlier statement, Shaw Yawn was present In the :
it tightly to get Approval for sheet metal l ment agencies indicate a "cry- said he Intended to bring the courtroom, where the meetingwas
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maximum usage from the holes. I ,' courses to be stalled at the Ing need" for sheet metal work- matter up for discussion at the held with his finger marking -
Incinerators are much too expensive Bradford-Union( vocatlanal ,Technical ers Legislative Hearing set for 4 p.m. a place In a volume of tie!
to comtemplate using rwS Center was given by the Vo-Tech Dir. Ted Oglesby
them in Bradford County, Tra School Board Tuesday, Feb. 4. he, Casey said, think some per ford County courtroom.
would The Hampton Council has not The has "no authority to
county
wick said. The county The proposed new programwas sons now "marginally": employed
,dill have to 'haul, off the ashes ,r air explained to the Board by could enhance their position yet taken action on the matter, contribute public funds to a pri-
that wouldn't burn. said but is expected to do so at Its vate body, which the ChamberIs
and items Supt. Tom Casey and Asst. through the training. Casey
Plastic is getting to be a serious who said will be made for both regular meeting Monday night. ," Yawn said, prefacing remark -
Clark
Tom Edwards, Zack's older brother, Is shown with his steer which took third Supt. Connie a survey audience
problem, the sanitarian two area firms, Aero Corp. of adult and student participants by saying his
place at the Tampa Fair this week, giving Bradford County unequaled representation of reputation for
caid.! since it does not rct and Lake City and Fairchild-Htller in the new program b fore the "Is aware my
in statewide competition. The two brothers can count a championship of every major "
won't burn. Asked if the same of St. Augustine, will take alttrainees vo-tech center actually moves Road diplomacy.
land fill could not be opened and fat stock show and sale in the state between them many of them several times over the vo-tech center can into the training. Depf. But Yawn also noted authorizing a specialact

used again after several years produce Some funds remain In the! ) passed In 1959, funds

Trawick said not ,any more with For 3 Months After 1BO hours of training, new Education ImprovementFund Pay Raises Bradford Starke County Bradford to allocate County
to the -
plastic in the dumps. Clark said Aero Corp, which which totaled $311.000. '!nBradford Chamber of Commerce for advertising -
In January the county burled rebuilds airplanes, will hire all this! year, "which Are ApprovedPay and promotional pur-
4,750 cubic yards of garbage: at the graduating students at $1.60 could legitimately be used la
a cost of S1.383. 'Trawick told: the Utility Customers Get Relief per hour with an increase to this area." poses.The 1959 special act states:

Board. Broken down by area, $2 per hour after 13 weeks. Casey told the Board classes raises for 17 county road "The county commissioners of
J.400 cubic yards of refuse were Casey said that approximately could be held at first In the department employees were app- Bradford County are authorizedto
picked up In Starke. 1.000 cu. $2.500 will be needed initiallyfor old Conway home on the vo- roved by the County Commission allocate and expend such sumsas
yds. in the Santa Fe Lake area From New Electronic BillsPressured tools and equipment then tech center site. If partitionsare retroactive to Jan. 1 as recomm- needed from the general fund
800 cu yds. In Lawtey, and 700 requested to be allowed to spendup taken out the house would! ened Jan. 14 by the Road and of Bradford County for advertising -
cu. yds. In Brooker and Hamp to $4,000.After provide about 1.000 feet of Bridge committee. and promoting said county

ton. from every meter are punched into from bond issues.Approved a lengthy discussion the space, he said The salary hikes are raises and the said county commissioners -
A shortage of land fills In by complaining utility the machine and it calculatesa a resolution sub Board unanimously approvedthe In other action the BoardAgl'eed : of about 5 % and will mean may make grants of moneyto
Brooker and customers the Starke City expenditure, with the stipulation to provide office $73.45 weekly the Bradford-Starke Chamberof
Lawtey, Hampton reading for that meter. mitted by the federal Department added to the county
Graham, was also reported by Council granted three months relief Bills customers received at the of Housing and Urban that students be trainedfor furniture on a loan basis to ba payroll. The report was suo- Commerce for advertising and
Trawick. Tuesday night, Feb. 4, from end of January were printed into Development stating that the any industry, not specifically used In the new Neighborhood mUted to the Commission by promotional within the
Scarcity of land and the price its new electronic billing mach- the machine, but were all figured city has no opposition to a low for Ado Corp. or any single Service Center operated by Committee Chairman J. M. county to publicize the advantages -

of It in more populous areas of ine.City separately so the readins rent housing project in Starke firm.Board CUBB Economic Agency. The (Buck) Norman and approved with of Bradford County as
Clerk Merrill Edwards could be transferred to the new backed by Member Charles Saw- request was made by CUBB Executive little fanfare. a location for business, Industry,
private enterprises
(Continued on Page Four) said he's been deluged with 20- electronic machine and be checked since the Council has indicated It yer said there Is also a shortage .' Director Ron Sage. Policies concerning holidays, agriculture, and homes. Such
25 requests for adjustments on out. February bill, under of sheet metal craftsmen in Okayed Supt. Casey's' re- sick leave, and vacations were expenditures are hereby declared
has plans to enter into such
bills utility users claim are too present plans, will be made on no fie heating and air-conditioning quest' to ask food bids for the also approved by the Board a& to be for a county purpose."
high. The cause Is that with tne the new machine. a project. The resolution was industry and that some .graduates final third of the present sclic>1 recommended by the committeeof The Commission has been sate
ANNUAL new electronic billing machine prepared by Attorney George could be placed there. term. Norman, CommissionersRalph In giving funds to the Chamber
customers now receive bills for. Fierce who said a private corp- and Zedra Hamilton. 1959 act, Yawn said,
Clerk Edwards said electric meter on their (Continued on Page Four) (Continued Page Pour)
every ment will be made but his office on The recommendations are an attempt but he added that the constitutionality -
property. has not worked out the exact to establish uniform of such local bills Is
FOOTBALL When that happens the customer "
policies for county road lphly questionable.
procedure. Under the council's ;
minimum (hleher
AWARDS navs charges ruling, utility users will have ,employees. "I feel, quite frankly, that this
and
rates) and utility tax, sewer
three billing periods after January Volunteer Firemen Delayed Under the new pay scale drag- Board has no authority to turn $1
service charges on each bill. -One
will draw $95
BANQUETThurs. line operators over to a private organizaation
to make the electrical
motel Edwards has flve necessary
,
says $8 from the present said
week Yawn
per up for them to expend,
adjustments to
have their
meters separate on bills Its property caused the and total the entire operation- placed on a ela. In Getting County SanctionIt $87 other per machines week, and will operators draw $93 of, reinforcing ment. his previous state-

13 utility charges to $100In gle meter, where possible.
., Feb. go up up $8 week_ from$85. Laborers "What would it taKe to sat
8:00 P *'. January. Separate bills also After that time, users with will draw =1ilSi weeKlY, up $l>ii isfy the Commission?" Mrs. LaNier -
cause some users no to reach more than .one meter 'will simply
from $70.Included. asked.
BHS Cafeteria users.the cheaper rate bracket for big pay for the separate bills. Council la i apparently going to takea the volunteer fire department ers of the County CD Depart In the new policies Is "My honest opinion," Yawn

passed the threemonthgrace little doing to have Bradford's effort Yawn said and suggested ment. promotion of J. C. Sapp, an said, "Is that the Board has no(
Such situation is the of
a cause period unanimously .on a newly organized volunteer fire that such legislation mightbe Attorney Yawn said In his eight-year veteran of the Road
Improper Installations in the to turn over a lump sum
pastor authority
motion by Councilman Nell department sanctioned as an official written into the Home Rule opinion, the CD departmentcould Department, to assistant rem It
Sponsored By result when a business enlarges to be spent as It wishes.

and takes in Tucker.In agency of 'the Bradford proposal Rep Gene Shaw has establish two adjoin- appropriate money
Club can
Quarterback other action, the Council self. To make room for the
: County commission. announced he will Introduce Into its own
Invoices for legitimate
which had
ing buildings It when
Tickets Now on Sale meters. separate Requested a profile to secure In an opinion) to the commission the next session of) !the state But Chief Green .said the new promotion former assistant expenditures are received, he

With the old billing machine, an estimate of costs .of ex: Monday, Feb. 3, County Attorney legislature. Yawn told (Volunteer ry organized department wantsto foreman Arch Ellington was made: said. The Board can only spend
which only prints and does not tending sewer and water lines to T.A. Yawn. said there la Fire Chief Harry Green, who be officially an agency of the foreman, and the new title of money for certain things, he
calculate personnel in the a proposed subdivision ownedby presently no stationary authority appeared before the Commission country, not to receive funds superintendent was created for added.
This Space Contributed clerk's office had compute each J. M Edwards on SR-100 In for the county to participatein Monday to request official sanction directly, but for the convenienceof former foreman R, E. Jones. "What Judge Yawn just said
Weekly Publicize cusotmer's bill on adding mach- south Starke Indications were or have its own department. by the Board that the request securing equipment and mat Ellington and mechanic Pete is the basis for motion to
my
Community Events by. ines. That way It was not too Tuesday however, that the Job Yawn told the board all its could be made of Shaw on ters such as insurance for fire- Barton will both draw $125 per the Board," Commissioner J. M.
much trouble to combine the will cost around $20,000 and the powers are derived through statutory Feb. 24, the date of the public men. week, a $10 weekly increase. Buck) Norman told the Chamber
The CommunityState electrjc, water, and gas readings city may have a difficult time authority and that the legislative. hearing The pay raises will cost the members, referring to a discussion -
from separate meters and figure coming up ,with that amount County Commission, therefore, Green said plans are to operate county an estimated $2,845 in of the Chamber funds
Bank the cost of one combined bill. under the present budget. does not have authority to undertake The Commission, however, the department entirely increased payroll for the 39 last year.
Account now Injured The new electronic billing ma- Edwards said he only expected cr underwrite any project did agree to sign the necessary from public subscription. Green weeks remaining !In the current After the Chamber group left,
up to $15,000 by chine, which computes the char- treatment accorded other develo or body without express papers) to request truck for the said the department has 13 fiscal year after Jan. 1. the Commission agreed to pay
Federal Deposit Incur ges itself, cannot combine the pers. The last two times Use consent of the Florida Statutes. new department from the Florida members signed up''With 40 mere The committee also settled on the Chamber $500 for the month
reading from several meters and city extended utility lines to It will take enabling legislationfor Forest Service. This will be volunteers who have aid they' a policy of starting new laborers
ance Corp. then compute. The readings subdivisions the funds cams the county to participate In done under the emergency pow will participate. (Continued on Page Four) (Continued oa Pap Four)



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Of Interest T o ,. Weds Mr. HowardIn Engagement Told To Meet Feb. 12 :



Macclenny Mrs. Purvis Brown of Lawtey M. B. Jordan of the State Pr!. i,
WOMEN
MUs! Brenda Dall Williams, announces the engagement of '
son will speak\: on landscapingand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. her daughter Janet: Marie, to
horticulture! In this areaat
Williams of Starke. and Gerald Paul Norman son of Mr. and
.. the Starke Woman's Club :
Gladys r Edward Howard son of J. E. Mrs. Albert (Ab) Norman also
Mooty Phone 964-7608 meeting Wednesday Feb. 12 at i
Howard of Macclenny and Mrs. of Lawtey.
3:30: p.m. :The program !will be '
1 Verna Justice of Charleston S.
Barbara'' Lee' # 'r.L Miss Brawn is a. student at under Mrs. W. S. Haas, Conservation
: -Austin C., were united in marriage on 4
Carol McRae Weds !
l l1Ir chairman.
Lake City Junior College and
lRTHS Jan 24 at 4:30: p.m. in theJudge's
Weds Ronald ; t will graduate In Jane. Mr. Nor- o
NoegelIn W m. Clyde ShieldsIn office in Macclenny in Bradford Hostesses will be Mrs. C. H.
the! presence of the immediate man is a senior at
St. Mark'sSt Naswortby Mrs. P. J. Pelhun.
GeorgiaMiss r t rIT families. Judge B. R. BurnselSperfol'med High School and will also graduate Paul Raymond Mrs. Freeman

and Mrs James Edward the ceremony. in June. Register, Mrs A. J. (Barry, Mrs.
Marks Episcopal Churchwas Nelson of Starke the Carol Jeanlne McRae Bridal attendants Mrs.
were
announce
The wedding date will be an. W. H. Hart, Mrs W. A. Hogan
the setting for the marriageof birth of a daughter Tammy and William Clyde Shields were r George E. Seeley and Miss
Miss Barbara Lee Austin, Louise on Jan. 31, at Bradford married on Tuesday, Jan. 7, in Vicki Williams, sister of the nounced later. and Mrs Clyde Sinclair.

daughter of ...lr, and Mrs Don County Hospital. Calvary Baptist! Church, Folks- bride.

Austin of Seattle, Wash., to ton, Ga \\'ItlRev.. Robert Mul After a short wedding trip to

Ronald William Noegel, ion of Mr and Mrs, James D. Casey ing officiating.The Charleston. S. C., the couple ..... ..............
Mr and :Mrs. William] II. Noegel announce the adoption of a baby bride is the daughter of will reside at 128 N. Church

of Starke. Rev. J. Thomas daughter, Kimberly Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. McRaeof Street. BcuicockbMAYTAG

Staab performed the ceremonyon born November 27 19C8. Maternal Starke. The groom's parentsare The bride Is a 1967 graduateof .
January 18 at 5 p.m. grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Bradford High School and Is

Decorating. the altar were and Mrs. John Strickland! and Shields of McAlester, Okla. employed by the City of Starkein

baskets of white mums, pompoms paternal grandparents are Mr. Given In marriage by her the Utility Department.The .
and gladioli. and Mrs. T. L. Casey. father, the bride wore a street rrPq groom attended North
Traditional wedding music length dress of white wool with Marion County High: School in

was played by Mrs. Robert A-line styling. The r.eckllne and p Sparr and has just completedfour TMl OI IND1I AUTOMATIC

Lurle, organist. ParrishThomasWedding sleeveswere trimmed(!; with years in service with three

Robert James Thornton serve Alencon lace. She carried a years in Germany.

ed as best man and ushers were Date nosegay of pink roses and an LAUNDRY SALE !

Willie: : B. McNeill: hrother-:n- orchid.
Shower Give
Set For March 8 _
law of the groom, and SteveSammons. The bride graduated from the -- "'-- -

University! of Florida where she For Mrs. PfiesterAt r .; \\
Wayne Parrish of Brooker an-
Miss Virginia Thompson attended was a member of Alpha; Omicron
as maid of honor in a nounces the engagement' of his PI sorority. She received her Miss Diann Thomas Weds Mr. Williams!: State PrisonThe ,- :- 10 GIANT

of sister, ,Myra, to Charles Ray degree In religious education : ......... -.:-
floor length gown moss masters In First Christian Church CeremonyMiss 4- -- :::
Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. :
green zarak fashioned in a slim son ]ast December from Community Club at the : : -- CAPACITY
Wade L, Thomas of High! Theological State Prison was the settingfor ""
slllioutte: in front with a .shallow Southwestern! Baptist
neckline and short set-in Springs Myra is the daughterof seminary at Forth Worth, Sally Diann Thomas, bossed with beaded Venice lace a lovely stork shower Tues- '! ; --.2 Year WorronJ -
scoop .
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sleeve S.x self button tapped the late Mr. and Mrs Guy Texas. daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. B. motifs. A cluster of net petals day, Jan. 28, honoring Mrs. Edward !f<;,; -- _.-_ Year ty On All Tronimit-Porn S

a fully gathered back: panel. Parrish of Brooker. The groom graduated from Thomas of Starke, and Ronald adorned with irldescents and Pfiester. 11/ottj lion Warranty -
Her headpiece was a matching: The bride-elect graduated McAlester High School and Edward Williams, son of Mr.\ pearls secured the three-tier veil A blue color scheme was used ;;p",; I I lint filter Sand
from Bradford High; School in of illusion. The bride's only ornament in the party Including 'IP:4/'t' I S Water
mo.ji green flower cluster. She Southeastern State College in and Mrs!! R. E. Williams Jr. ofRalfo1'd. decorations ., : { Trap
1966 and is:; employed by South- member was a diamond pendant.She an artificial flower arrangement : 1 Temp. Selector' -
carried a cascade arrangement Durant Okla He was were united in marriage i -5 Year CabinetWarranty t ,
Giant Sue Tub
of white and :yellow pompoms. ern Bell Telephone Co, in Gain of the varsity tennis team, a on Dec. 31 at 8 p.m. in carried a crescent bouquetof on the mantel dvh'

The bride, given in marriage esville. member of Southeastern Chorale the First Christian:; Church.Charles white carnations and ivy flanked by bay. leaves and white 'i,;.f' ,"" I I
Mr. Thomas earned a Bachelor of the Bap- performed the with satin streamers.; candles. i : J269
by her father, wore an empire and president E. Reese !& i'j"
skimmer. of candlelight satin of Science degree in Agricultural tist Student Union. He Is listedIn nuptials. A :reception was held in the In front of the mantel was; *I,Y. M .,t I

faille with a Chantilly lace Economics at the University SVho's' Vho In American! Col- Decorating the altar were two church recreation room where the gift table which was covered """j>,l f.''J;; S3.7S a wickS

bodice ruffling high at the neckline of Florida, where he leges and Universities.! He will floor baskets of white gladioli, baskets of white gladioli, pom- with a lace cloth over Against Rust I
witha was a member of Alpha Gam- from poms and chrysanthemumswere white linen. Centering the table
and long f.tted: sleeves receive his masters degree pompoms and chrysanthemumsagainst $ DOWN ,
ruffled cuff The bow trimmed ma Rho fraternity and is now Southwestern Theological: Seminary a background of branched used. The bride's table was was a blue flower arrangementand (! DEUVIRS -

court train was detachable. Her employed by the Federal Land in the summer. candelabra and palms. covered with a lace cloth edged a stork holding a miniature ANY MAYTAG : 4=

veil of illusion was scciu-ed bya Bank in Marianna. *. After a brief wedding; trip} the Nuptial music was furnishedby with a garland of Ivy, caughtat baby doll. aJ ..- -.c J

petal pillbox of matching The wedding will take placeat couple will l'eslde.ln Fort Miss Judy Whitehead or- the corners with white nose The refreshment table was
New River Baptist Churchon gays. A three-tiered wedding overlaid with a lace cloth over \J -"
satin and lace with seed psails. Worth! Texas. ganist, and Gerald Williams .
She carried a cluster of gladioli Saturday March 8, at 7 p.m. soloist. cake topped with wedding bells pink linen and centered with a fW --

accented with fern and Ions: All friends and relatives of Mr. Williams attended his son and decorated with blue rose seasonal flower arrangement. .
satin streamers. the couple are invited to attend. Miss ShanbargerIs as best man and the ushers buds centered the table. This At one end was a crystal punch Tim-N. I

A reception was held in st.Mu'k' were Donald Thomas, brotherof was flanked by two silver can bowl, and silver trays held petit Halo-Of Heat Dryer' ;MAYTAG
Hall where thebride's ComplimentedAt and Pat Henry. delabra decorated with ivy and fours. At the other end wasa : s/imi 1IO.Of.MI4r*
: $ Parish : Mrs w. B :McNeil.! Mrs. Dave the bride .. t til Hi/iht) DRYERS
table was covered with; Paulk:, Mrs. John Odom III, Crystal ShowerMiss Mrs. Donald Thomas, sister- pompoms. Mrs. Lucille Stough- silver candelabra with burn- tc. 1 Year Warranty I 9"'", ..", ",.,
an Army-Navy lace and linen Miss KatherIne Bartee and Mrs. in-law of the! bride, was matron ton of Jacksonville greeted Ing tapers entwined with pink letting' for All I I."C.G uan.I

cloth, purchased by the brideIn J, W. Klncaid. Peggy Shanbarurer was of honor and the attendants guests at the door. and blue ribbon. k' Fabric '"!
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table was Janice Williams, sister Several games were played I 100% Lint Fil'r"
Hong Kong.: The After spending some time: honored at a china and crystal wel'eIss: Standing In the receiving line ,
skirted! in antique satin and with their guests the couple left shower last Saturday night in of the groom, and Mrs were the bride and groom, their and prizes were won by Mrs } $19995S3
with four tier wedding Thomas. They were attired Edgar Beasley Mrs. Irene .,
centered Ronnie
: a on a wedding trip in North Florida the Methodist Fellowship} Hall parents and bridal attendants. .- A WeeM _
cake, topped with wedding alike in floor length gowns Sherrlll and Mrs. Golda Mae
They are now residing; at given by Mrs. Julian E, McRae, H '
bells and: encircled wlti: smilax 7032:! Perke! Drive Jacksonville.The Mss Cheryl McRae, and Mrs. of royal blue velvet featuring around Miss Jeannie Faulk kept the KellY ...,.
bride's
Mrs. Stanley Noegel cut the neckline long sleeves book at a table holdinga The honoree was presented
bride graduated from tie! :Marvin:
bride's! cake. Blown: with a lace edged ruffle, and a single candle decorated with with a Boston rocker and or- _.. ; NEW MAYTAG PORTA-DRYER
University: of Schoolof The displayed! on
Washington gilts were
Mrs. Kenneth Grider greeted satin bow at the back of the Ivy. chid corsage; from her hostesses Rolls f thonn! nl lJ1l
Nursing and :is now a Na"YNur.e two long tables covered with a anywhere
door, and Miss: The matching satin bow : Miss Sharon. Thornton, Mrs. I W .,
guests at the waist St.' anywhere
; stationed\ the U S. white cloth and decol'lltedJth TIle punch table was covered $1 2995
Patl'c1lSp! .n"zola. kept the headpieces secured their shoulder J. T, Richardson, Mrs. Wyman .I"(t. Plug in lik. a '00" .'
Naval Hospital In Jacksonville. center\ arrangement of pink with a white lace cloth and .
four-tier veils of Illusion. Harris, Mrs. Elbert Nettles. Need no tpecial wiring'
burtc book. length
The groom is a 1902( graduateof carnation, gladioli, baby centered with a crystal!! punch inttallation $2.25 A W'ekMAYTAG
presidedat carried crescent Mrs.!! Mike Gilhooly. Mrs. J. G. or
:Mr 3 Steve Simmons They
Bradford High!! School: served breath, and red hearts. bowl encircled with white pom-
the punch table which was two years in the Army in Berlin Adjoining the gift tables were arrangements of blue pompoms poms and ivy. Presiding at the Sapp and Mrs. Blaine Thomp -a.

coypredvith a lace cloth and and is presently a firefighter two long tables, and a smallerone ivy and silver streamers. bowl were Miss Patti Whitehead. son.Fiftyfour HEAVYDUTYWORKHORSE
held ft silver punch bowl. at t Cecil Field.Join arranged in/ form a rec Given in marriage by her and Miss Cathy Saunders.Mte1' guests ,were Invited
were father, the bride classic to attend.
Assisting In serving wore a
tangle. At the two longer tables
of silk spending some time
full length organza
gown
gUE'stsI'ne seated to play over peau de sole fashionedwith with their guests the couple Junior Club 2 Year Warranty On All Parts -
: $ games. These tables were decorated to Panama Biggest Capacity Big Balloon Roller
O an empire bodice of VenIce left on a. wedding trip
< with red hearts, fern and Plans PartyAt
v
) lace, bateau neckline and City, after which they will i. Sand Trap Tub Makes Clothes
of
baby breath. The guest honor -
calla lily sleeves of lace. Lice reside; on Highway 16. The Sunland CenterLeon F Cleaner
John
her
mother Mrs. Shan
The Wise and mother of motifs beaded with pearls and bride traveled in a two-piece ___ $S DOWN
barger the 95
Pi' groom, Mrs. Alan Stan\vi.-<-Hay, sequins adorned the sheath accessories brown ensemble and with complimented, matching Ellis spoke to the JuniorWoman's II. DELIVERS $1 169S1.7S
skirt The wateau cathedral Club Monday night! on
were seated at the opposite end i \
Buyers -- Everybody's from the! gifts. Games were train funnel shaped was em- with a white carnation corsage.( the open door policy of Santa F ANY MAYTAG wnkrr _

Fe Junior College In admissionof t rrpi "
played and piizes were awardedto .
Saving At t :\Jr.!!. Alan Stanwlx-ltay, Miss students. : GREAT NEW ': part I 'Or ':., -.1te. 1 .t
'Waiting Wives Mrs. Hart HostessTo j i'1. ,, ,.
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1 Janet Hardy and :Mrs. John Mrs. J, C. Dukes announcedthat :. 5,2,5 : rust -,- ,-.
j Arthur Reddish.Refreshments: To Form ClubDue DKG BoardAlpha the club had raised over <; : .. ( ,. I : WARRANTYt:: 01 try I ti C' .t. .r4."I,-."

were arranged $600 for the Mother's March of *.. 'q I --A.,,, : S 'nnr' ',' .. .. a.rraoW
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Dimes A will: be '
party given
Itable centered with of Delta : ,
\ Nu
on a to the increasing numberof chapter I S. aitritu-> ,- "
g/ floral piece similiar; to the one wives in the StarkeBradfordCounty Kappa Gamma Society board for the cottage at Sunland W :. ,.;:
Training Center, which, the club ..........-......
the gift table. Individual homeof
on area whose husbandsare meeting: was held at the
f cakes, decorated with red frosting H. sponsors, on Sunday, Feb. 9.
overseas, a Waiting Wives the president, Mrs. W.
III.P'IIf hearts and red punch! were Club is being organized.The Hart last week, with members Plans for landscaping the BADCOCK FURNITUREAND
served, carrying out the Valen- from Bradford and Baker coun middle school were presentedby
$1 tine theme first meeting of the group ties attending. Mrs. Bill Chambers. This Is

4l Forty guests were Invited to will be held Saturday at 7:30: Bradford County members the two-year community Improvement APPLIANCES
sptiEl attend }).m, at 630 W Francis: St. in voted to donate money lotan project being carried
The of Miss Shan- Starke. All "waiting wives'* are out by the club. 128 S. WALNUT ST.
r wedding award to be given to a girl 1 in
.l R't vR rf' barter and Raymond Stamvix- cordially; Invited to attend. high school for outstanding Hostesses for the eveningwere BILL WILSON, OWNER
Mrs\ Marc Jackson and
Hay will be an event of Febru- Anyone wanting further information leadership.
F Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFOR
ary 14 may contact Mrs. Harry MM. Hart served a dessert .

fJanellj Loper !004-7623( course to the members at tileclo.sc
at or961W30.
Up To ;2i J() Months. 10< Pay --
Birthday Party { :!: of the meeting. '
'_ )
COME: SEE. YOU'LL IE For Lisa ReddishLittle I

CONVINCEDNEW YOURYALIMIINi /w' -y .Tr
Lisa Reddish celebratedher !

ONLY 2Philco seventh birthday Saturday \IrA .

I Color TV's $199 ea. afternoon ,with her mother, Mrs.

Vernon Reddish gave a party STORES,
for her and 20 fiends. DEMRTWENT
NASWORTHY
C. H. lfjJ;1'11fI'wiJj'I
Games were played during '
)/ :
FURNITURE; & APPLIANCE the party hours, 3 to 4:30: and : FANTASTICVALUE .t/P"0#
prizes were awarded. The young ft i,0,,
sters were given favors> of bubble 'W./fjl';

e'I bath sum and Valentine !

1 c. ;( kI candy.Mrs. Reddish was assisted by / Famous Brands -17 & 21WEL

her sister, Mrs. Ervln Andrews.

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>IWTlir>AV PARTV A QUAFLTER FOR YOU SUY A GAR B1LDWIH ALL ADDS VP ;
Mrs. Gunter Miss Cherie Hinton celebratedher A NEW CXVR ? FOR 254 v
I, .Mrs: William K. Booth of Fort Nancy was visiting Luncheon Given
13th birthday last Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gunter In CHEYROLET) -OLOS
Walton Beach and Mr. 'and Mrs. evening at her home with a host
Eau Gallie last week. For Miss RamosIn / /
Charles Cressler and family of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holm of of friends. The group* 'was carried MAS A-TREMENDOUS 1 1
Calhoun, Ga were recent vIsitors Tampa were Sunday visitors of Jacksonville to the Lake Butler skating ; e 4 SALE FANTASTIC BUYS.'/
of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson. rink, where the 22 guest partIcipated ///14v EASY YAYMENfS ETC.E7C. hi '
Cressler. Mrs. Tommy Johns and child- Miss Mary Ramos of Jack, in skating for a coupleof
Marvin F. Hazen underwent ren of Macclenny spent the week sonvllle. bride-elect of Feb 8, hours and then returned to
surgery last Friday In the end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. was honored at a luncheon last Cherie's house for hot dogs,
Gainesville Medical Center. Ritch at Santa Fe Lake. Thursday at Biser's Restaurantin potato chips, Cokes and birthday
.1st Lt Douglas Seymore of Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and Jacksonville given by Mrs. cake. The dining room was de- .
Fort Benninj, Ga. .has been discharged Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth flew J. R. Wainwright and :Mrs. corated with red, white and blue I
after ,three years' active to Lake Wales on Sunday and has Gene Shaw. streamers to match the decoration -
duty. dinner at the Chalet Suzanne on Centering the dining table of the cake. Cherie re- I
Mrs. Essie Hardenbrook of the Yawn's 20th wedding anniver- was an arrangement of yellow celved many nice gifts. Assist-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green
Jacksonville was visiting Mr. sary. and white mums, pompoms and (
and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and Mrs. Mark Mack and son of gladioli. Bridal place cards were Mrs. W, E. Bigham, Jr., t
the Lake City were Saturday visitorsof marked the seating Mrs. Ernest Edwards, Mrs. (
sons over weekend arrangement
Mr. and Mrs R. V. Turner Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. for the 18 guests. The Tommy Cox and Shirley Green. NOW

and family were In Valdosta, Mrs. J. W. Killian of Waynes- guest list Included members of NEW ARRIVAL 1 A DOUBLE-BARREL SALE
Ga. Saturday visiting Roy Tur ville. N. C. Is stopping at the the wedding party and close Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Edward .
ner in a nursing home and Mrs. W. T. Brinson. and visiting friends here. honoree. son, Michael Randolph, born
Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Mrs. Mrs. Barney McRae spent last The hostesses presented the Jan. 25 at the Bradford County |
Guy Andrews attended the Jac week with Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley honoree with a silver! water Hospital in Starke.
queline Langee Mezzo-Soprano, at Merritt Island. They pitcher as a memento of the "
were joined over the weekendby occasion Mrs. Pearl Markey and Mrs.
musical program at Santa Fe Mr. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Amanda Lewis were visiting Mr i pIN IYO
Junior College Sunday afternoon yr
Lonnie Harley. and Mrs. Ruel! Dukes In Lake '

Attending the funeral of Dr. Little WomenTo Butler, Tuesday. /
Mrs. Donald Cooper and Mrs D. C. Forehand In Albany, Ga.
C. L. Cooper visited James A. on Monday afternoon were Mr. Meet MondayThe Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wigginsand I LSL [ILDIK(2HOWppWNj]1 (
Cooper in Lake City VA Hospital and Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. family of Gainesville were |
last Thursday. Charles Sawyer, Mrs. Michael Little Women's Club will visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Mrs Carl Mathews underwent O'Brien, Mr. Charles Sawyer, hear a program on "Make-up Wiggins Sunday.
surgery Monday in the Gainesville Mrs. John Whelchel and Col. Procedure" given by Mrs A. Sp/4 Patrick W. Castlen has a
Medical Center. and Mrs. T. T. Long. G. Loudon at their meeting 30-day leave and Is visiting his I
Miss Ethel Anne Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Hurstof Monday, Feb. 10 at 7:30: p.m. mother, Mrs. Joyce Stokes, and 1
daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. W. Atlanta Ga. were last Thurs- in the club house. his wife, Barbara Castlen, in j
Savage of Starke, recently day visitors of Mrs. W. S. Slade. Hostesses will be Doris Spen- Jacksonville. Patrick will returnto
graduated; from Eastern Air! glee Sandra Haas and Nancy Vietnam the last of February i
ines' in-flight training school in! Admitted to Bradford County Proctor
this week John Tony Castlen his
Hospital were: was visiting
Miami and has
started a careeras !!
Gibbs JeriDockery Sharon Norman father, Edward B. Castlen, in I
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a airline stewardess. Prior to Lorenzo Green, Ernest Dessert BridgeAt Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. .
USED
joining Eastern, miss Savage
TRUCK;
Plucker, Mrs. Lois Blecher Ron SALE !
employed the Graudon Williams
was :\ by Universityof Dale Edmondson and Mrs. Leila Home Margie Peggy
Florida. Williams, Mrs. Sue Bowers and
Mundy. all of Starke Steven
;
Mrs. J. H. Fields visited Mr. Rober Dobbs, Ralford; Mrs. Mrs Fred Oraudon and Mrs. Sp/4 Patrick and Mrs. Castlen
and Mrs. Robert Tanner in Baldwin Margaret Howe, William L. Harry Gruen entertained atdessertbridge Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
on Saturday. Reynolds, Mrs. Mattie Clemens, Tuesday night of and Mrs. C.L. Atkinson and Mr,
Mrs George Flynn Jr. and and Henry Hall, Keystone Hei- last week at the home of the and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and fam-

Mrs. O. J. Phillips: Jr, attended ghts; Linda Grlggs, Kingsley former on E. Call Street. ily Friday. J/\\(
the Florida State Association of Lake; Leila Blake and WilliamA. Arrangements of seasonal Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Frank of

Supervisors of Election, meeting Mosely, Lawtey' James L, flowers were used in the party Lakeland were visiting Mr. and ., / 7 T7 "2 2d0
in Panama City, Jan. 29-30. Fitzgerald, Interlachen; Carl rooms. Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family 4 I II Ir
Mrs. Vergie :Flynn was in Jonesi--:;Graham, and Mrs. Betty After several progressions of Sunday.
'Tallahassee on business last Ander \n. Lake Butler. bridge at the six tables, prizes
Monday and Tuesday. Among those attending the cir- were awarded David Prescott of Starke was
K. T. Duncan and son, Robert, cus in Jacksonville during the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott -

of West Point, Ga. spent the weekend were Dr. and Mrs. D. Saturday.

,weekend with M. and Mrs. K W, Whiffen and children, Mr.and Southside PTA We are glad to have Mrs. y'g* JrjifrTv !:?Jr j'I'
G. Duncan. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. John Mattie Sowell home from the
Miller and children, Mrs. Bob Dr. J, W. Patray spoke on the hospital. She has spent quite a
I
REMEMBER your Valentine Ferguson, and Mrs. and Mrs. subject of child health at the while in the hospital these past
with a gift or card from Herbert Green and children. Southside Elementary School few month. It is good to have
Bullington's Rev. D. T. Farabee Jr. was PTA meeting Tuesday night her at home again.

Mrs. E. Vestal; was a guestof the in Atlanta Friday attending Ga. last Wednesday the Southeastern the Refreshments second grade were mothers.sel'vedy\ Mrs. Carolyn Dyal, local chair- Get Money from

Mr. and Mis. T. J. Thompson Jurisdiction Convocation man of the March of Dimes, a S-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g Buy
in Arcadia! i.1:1t.ck.:: : on Worship wishes to express her thanks to
Mr. null .'>.Ir; -. P.U Casey of Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Swinyer Beta Sigma Phi the following people who assisted
Fort 1Io'C1'u'e:\ ; weekend; visitors of Los Gatos, Calif., who have her in collecting contributions for
of Mr. and M.s,1'. L. Casey: returned to their winter home at Beta Sigma Phi sorority will this worthy cause: Mrs. Eva
Rex Brown of Jacksonvillewas Keystone Heights, were visitorsof meet Monday, Feb. 10, at 8 p.m. Jean Harrell, Mrs. Janie Hayes,
home for Ins; week :id. Mr. and Mrs W. Ii. Nollman at the home of Mrs. Wayne Doug- Cindy Overturf, Peggy Edwards, BALDWIN
Mrs. Vickie Oaiejn of Gaines. during the oast week. las on Raiford Road, with Mrs. Ann Schulz, and the Inkerbocker
ville was Sunday afternoon visitor Mrs. Evelyn Haney, Miss Delia Lavern Dyal as co-hostess. girls.
of Air. and A.I'J. (j.; L. Cooper Rosenberg and Mrs. Titus Olson
attened the district BPW meetingat
Miss Elaine Whitehead of North the Thunderbird Motel In Jacksonville SERVICE SCHEDULE
Florida Jr. College will be home on Sunday. -
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for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Johns CATHOLIC CHURCHES -

honored Mrs. Peter Mrs. Francis F, Pfleshlnger Meng of and Mr. Jerome and Mrs.Johns Jimmy wered Cash visiting, and ST. EDWARD'S, Starke' : Sun 1967 Chev. 3-4 Ton 1967

Toledo Ohio at a bridge party urday daughter in Orlando last Sat- the.AttcncUnj home; a Jf family Mr. and reunion Ml'ac... day Mass Mass,, 9:15 6:30: a.m.p.m.Thursday IMira, PickUpv Chev. 1-2 Ton Pick-Up-
last Also
Wednesday. attendingwere culous '
Miss Beverly 'McRae of FSU Charles McQuala: in Waycross:\ Medal Novena, Sat'
Mrs. Dennis Fancher and V 8 Trail
Auto.
urday, 7 Confessions Radio, Radio, Heater
was home for the weekend. Ga. on Sunday were: Mr. and p.m. Heavy Duty
Mrs. Jack Miller.
Mrs. W. E. 'Middleton and Miss' M.'s. Harold Go.!A'in and children 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Heater Two-Tone, Green &: < "1 rvfll r Step Bumper With Trailer

Mrs. P. S. Snow of Dublin, Madge Middleton visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs: Mack Will- ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone White, Long Fleetside 4* I / *-i f""l Hitch, Long Fleetside *1695
Ga. and Mrs. Betty McMillan of Mildred Mardis in Melbourne lams aui: b.ns'l'al.I! :, John: and Heights: Sunday Mass 9 Body, Trailer Hitch and JL I *J *J Body, Dark Green.
, Miami were Sunday overnight from Friday to Monday. Richard, Bennie Williams of a.m. Wednesday Mass and, Good Heavy Duty Tires.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Mrs. Harry Gruen and daughter Savanna; Ga., and M- and Mrs Novena, 7 p.m.
I Vining. Erika Lee, are spending Mack: \Vniams. .11'. and daughters ST.IARY'S.! Macclennyi

I, in Rev.Melbourne D. T. from Farabee Friday Jr. was to and Thursday Mrs. Gruen's to Sunday parents with, Mr.Dr. : of jfew Ywk.REMEMBER Sunday \Mass, 11:30: a.m. 1965 Chev. 1-2 Ton Pick-Up 1966 3-4 Ton PickupVB

and Mrs. Aarom Kandel and Mr.
Sunday attending the Methodist and Mrs. Max Gruen in Miami. your Valentine 4-Speed Trans., Radio,
Conference Worhshopat First Mrs. Christine Layfield and son with a gift or card fromBullington's. TilE BRADFORD Short, Fleetside Body, 6 Heater, Heavy Duty Tires,
Methodist Church. .
J
,_. of Fort White were Tuesday visitor COUNTY TELEGRAPH CyL, 3- peed Trans., LightTan. $99 Long Fleetside Body, 1495
-- of Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Mrs. M. W, Lance of Fernan- Dark Green.

(Herlong dina was visiting Mr, and ,Mrs. Publthed! : every Thursdayat
Mrs. E, D. Tenly was trans- G. s. Newcomb over ''the week 138 W. Call Street

ail about ferred Hospital from to Alachua Bradford General County Hos- end. Starke, Florida 32091 1967 Chev. 1-2 Ton PickUpShort 1965 I.Ton With Van Body

pital on Monday. l\Ilss Gsirl Mooty and Bob Second class postage paidat
J W fb, Mr. and Mrs.E.W, Hayes spent Thornton ,attended the car racesat Starke, Florida Side
(the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.L. Daytona Beach: Satu Step- Body, 6-
on day. 4-Speed Trans. Heater
Subscription Rates 6-cyl., 3-speed Trans. Ra- $ ,
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A. Weekly in Ocala.
r Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and Wayne Blankenship and four In trade area: $ .CD( pel Heater, Light Tan. $169 6-CpL, White. $12 9 5
BYNANCY'S daughter Anne, will visit Mr. classmates from North Florida year; $2.75 six months.
: FLOWERS and Mrs. Bobby Welch in Crest- Junior College: Madison, spent Outside trade area: $3.50
"SPRING BEAUTY" view from Thursday to Sunday. the weekend with ,Mr. and Mrs per :year\ ; $J.OO six months 1964 Chev. 1-2] Ton Pick-up
Mrs. J. D. Neill and Mrs. Edwin Williams
.\ FLOWER NAME! 1967 Chev. 1-2 Ton
Fern Nelson of Indenendence.Mo. Pick-Up
"Spring Beauty" is actuallythe will be guest1 next week of Mr. I 6-cyI., 3-speed Trons., Radio -
name of a wild flower which and Mrs. Levon Andrews. Heater Fleetside
Long
grows from Nova Scotia to Geor- Mr. and Mrs. RV. Douville GAINESVILLE'S $795 283-V-8, 3-Speed Trans.,
Body Tan.
gifrom: Sas- and son of Orange Park were DISCOUNT Mustang ': ., Radio, Heater, Short Fleet- 1695
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hatchewan b o last Wednesday night dinner MOBILE HOME ', side Body, Solid White.
I Texas.' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth --__-
s White or pink Grider. SALES LOT MOBILE HOMES - --- -

...... blossoms are the Miss Janet Hardy and Genelvey 'INc.

0...... most t common Jr. of the University of Georgia UNCOMPARABLE: PRICES AND QUALITY! 1964 Chevrolet 1-2 Ton Pick-Up
colors dependIng weekend with Janet'sparents
"r..&. j spent the See the ALL-NEW '69 Models NOW
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,\ entirely on Mr. and Mrs. J. "

the location. It Hardy. ]NEW MOON Nation's Best Seller 6-CyL, 3, peed Trans.
blooms so earlyin Misses Ginger Baldwin, June r Radio $
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the Spring that common Hardy and Cindy Sink are visit- I ONE YEAR GUARANTEE Heater. 995
Misses Jayne Hardy and
na ml'suchas"!! or ing i
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:often: given this lovely flower. Forsythe, Ga. from Wednesdayto I Front & Rear Front Kitchen

You can: have lovely floral arrangements Friday. I
time of the Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Warrenof
!! any $3399 $4295
Jacksonville were Sunday
them
year We prepare any
and Mrs. C.
visitors of Mr.
homewit'
season. Brighten' your
flowers rsr: flowers. S. Haddock. SPECIAL This Week Only i

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te Hansen, S3. Supt. Casey said TeJep'aplL;
Bryan QuestionsUse Sheet Meld he doubts( the speech therapist Pay Raises ADD MACHINE ROLLS flee auppiis-The
Users ofFh ,961-8308.
can be replaced this school) Utility File Folders, complete line


Of Money Classes Sef! term.Approved to $100 to help expenditures the Hampton e>flIP Get! ApprovalContinued Get Respite Open Friday and Saturday

.Elementary and Southslde Elementary
PTA's construct fences Until 10 P.M.
(Continued from Pare One) {Continued From Page One]
around kindergarten areas. The
Given ChamberContinued ( From Page One]
board added their funds to chain oration. Town House Enterprises '
-Set a two hour meeting! link fences could be erected. "It's Finger"Lickin' y
at $70 per week and new operators (has applied for HUD funds to
[ From Pace One from 3-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. -Approved an order for four at$85 per week. construct a block and brick, Good" '
18. to discuss plans at the NorthFlorida 66-passenger buses at a cost of The committee on Jan. 14 discussed two story walk up of 60 units.
stated he feltit Civil Defense Center 53.500 each. Supt. Casey said establishing a system to -Appointed a city employee
of January. Bryan
the topic of consolidation was here and to( go over food bids.
the buses will probably have award Increases but settledon ENJOYCOL.
would be unfair to hold the pay Bill (Andrews, temporary electrical
not included in the program of -Was invited by Supt. Caseyto
to before to be purchased on time. the 5% cost-of-lIv1nglncrease Clerk' Edwards
Chamber a new system inspector
work questionalre customarily attend meeting with Uni
they had a chance to set up their a Okayed use of a bus to trans since this is the middle of the served ;notice) to city 'workers() SANDERS ')
sent themas .
to members to poll versity of Florida representatives ?
port RJE students to the state
books for It. and the R&B budget will be installed
to the Chamber's prioritypro- budget year that no meters
to discuss potential
Friday
RECIPE
Feb. if
Fair at 15
Prior to the discussion on the Tampa on the limit.
grams. Several Chamber mem- connections with Is stretched to unless approved by the inspec
funds going to the Chamber, long range the trip Is a bonallie educational established by
Among policies tor.
bers, however, commented they the University
Bryan asked what the Chamber's thought consolidation should be a -Approved the resignation of the committee and approved Mon- KentuckyFried
program for 1969 places as "top one.Waa day by the full Board Is vacations. ,
?" topic of the Chamber when the five instructors and the hiringof told by' Supt. Casey
efforts Two weeks will be given after one
.
Bradford Fair and questtonaires were returned. three others. Resigned teachers that parts of the proposed policy 1
The County weeks
year of service; three wjl Garbage ProblemContinued
Novak said the comments came
are Suzanne Judd. !ILavtey handbook( which have been
tourism, Mrs. LaNier replied, : be given after 10 years of
voluntarily even though no ment-
will be given top prlolty. Elementary; Bill Middleton, rewritten will 'be submitted to(
ion made of the subject. service.
then asked what theChamber's was Bradford High; Ruth Duncan Its approval bar adoption within
Bryan consolidation Therefore, Novak added, con- Southslde Elementary; Ester two weeks. Sick leave will accrue at one [ From Page One] SHRIMP

will be.position He wanted on to kow solidation Is Included on the pro- Marie Allen, Anderson Jr. High, Hired D.v. Boatwrlghfc to day per month. The maximum will the state have.' forced some cities' Chicken AND FISH
gram of work for 1969 but hasa time allowed to be built up
If the Chamber Board plans to and Lynn Stover speech thera drive a Lawtey school bus. to seek other methods of disposing .
"push" that topic.Answering very. low priority.Dr. pist. Hired as replacements are -Was told by Supt. Casey. be 24 days. will .of garbage, hit said.
T. G. Ritch mentioned which
a Two holidays,
the question, Cham: Chamber of Commerce projectof Carol E. Price Lawtey: Bobby that HEW Examiner J. C. Good new established by Bradford County, la more for- PHONE AHEAD 964-5126
total nine, were
Rae McCarty, BHS and Annetreferrlnsr READY
ber Manger Pete Novak said that a few years ago, apparently 'win's opinion( In Bradford's in. the board to coincide with :the tunate now since land is, still YOUR ORDER WILL BE
_. ,
tegration case can be appealedfor State of Florida. The two new available, though not as readily EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
30 days after it was Issued. and ias It once was. The problemis
w -v- Memorial Pay
holidays are
< ,.." to to the Chamber's Job effort New projects can't be submitted the Friday after Thanksgiving.Other growing, Trawldc said andit 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
secure
.Av a Corps to the state until the county Is holidays are New Year's is possible that more drastic
Training Center In Bradford Owner-Manager
completely cleared by HEW. Day, Independence Day, Labor steps may be required in yearsto R. BRASWELL,
County; Dr. Ritch said he had
been a member of a group, along the superintendent. Day, Veteran's Day, Thanks- .come
with ,who the "It's a strange thing in this giving. Christmas Eve, and - -
project Bryan, but said fought he against Is now a country that we are" guilty until\ Christmas Day.Employees 1 -- .....",, o::::: :: ...... 0 ....-.:;;..0o. O
"
,' member of the Chamber's Boardof proven Innocent. Supt. Casey
t; '. y Governors and backs the said, But! that's the way It : will be allowed to
".> Chamber 100%. seems to be." report to work one hour late
The Starke physician statedhe -Was informed !by Casey that than the regular starting hour on
feels Manger ;'---w carriedthe utilities may exceed the budget. election day. MotorTRUCK .
"image" when actua..., "a ed amounts but the rest of the The Commission also author- [Terwillegor
controversial project was sup- 1968-69 budget appears ..sound. ized Civil Defense Director 0
ported by the Chamber Board. -Approved a change in the Frank Williams to hire extra help f A
That project was one of the school calendar making the needed In the commodity distribution \ ]
chamber's biggest mistakes school Fair Day on Friday. program. f e|
Ritch said but it is beginningto March 21, up a week. That will
overcome that. ,be a teacher planning day anda
Chamber Board Member John student holiday Casey said. tech center to replace old 1 equip. \ 4
Torode, commenting on consol- meat
-Approved( budget amendments f A
idation, said he "will take a totaling over $100.000() (), -Told Supt. Casey, In .answer- \ "
stand when the time comes," but which Involved no additional Ing -an Informal request from
r but is not sure how he feels now. local funds. Casey announcedthat band parents the board cannot
He said the Chamber Board had $20,450 in new state funds legally spend public funds on

MILLER 22 not discussed consolidation. has been approve for the vo. uniforms lor a marching band.
Commissioner
Bryan, In so ofe
many words, said that the county; 1 p
I
doesn't contribute to the Chamberfor -
HYBRID PEARL MILLETup it to enter Into political
matters, such as consolidation. WHEN YOU USE AN g-mi*
to 53% more forage Commissioners Zedra HamIl- ANDREWS CHARGE ACCOUNT T" W- o
ton, and Mrs. Jessie Chastain,
and Chairman Dave Shuford had Vour Prescription Tax Records *> STsfR

than ordinary millets I rIn almost nothing to say throughthe are kept for you BY US 968 CHEV.1/2TON PICK-U
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has shattered
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existing yield records producing as high as 55 tons of A
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acid. "'a. convicted\ In the Circuit
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nutritious summer grazing prussic Court of Vuluala County, Flo-rlda 0
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Edge Fernandina 7472Tornadoes


RECREATION NEWS


Nip Orange Park 74-73

BANTAM LEAGUE night as he poured In 32 points
OPENS:: SEASON to lead Plaza and all scorers.

The red hot hands of David from the The Recreation Deportment's Mickey Moore helped out with
bucket corner.
long Three fouls were called on the ond man from the basket with Bantam Basketball League start 14 for Hurst
points. High man
Mcknight poured In 14 points At that point Orange Park appeared Tornadoes his team shooting the foulshot withKoch's
as they fought for the ed play Tuesday, Feb. 4. Shell was Rhymer Howell with
hi the final and CharlesBlye's be maintaining
period to solidly
ball with time running out. came through with his super Drug meeting Carp's In 15.
superhuman effort on a their lead despite the Tornadoes
Brokas scored one free shot to human effort. the first game while Andrews Feb.
Schedule for Thursday,
tip-in with two seconds to go red hot fast breaking game. make it 71-68, then McKnight The ball bounced off the rim Drug met Williams Jewelry in
shaded Orange Park 74-73 Saturday At one point in the final period 6-Hurst vs Terwillegar. 7 p.m.
aide and
got another basket to bring the on the right Blye tip the second. Discount.
night in a Florida Star both teams were shooting 100% fighting Big Red five within one ped it back up on one leap. It Games are played In the old Plaza TO Southern
contest in the local gym. from the field as they drove back point 71-70.() didn't go in but bounced off the armory each Tuesday and 8:30.:
BOWLING AND rLAZAMEN'S
After edging Fernandlna 74-72 and forth furiously. But McKnight wouldn't stay opposite side of the basket. Blye Thursday with the opener getting
twice to make LEAGUE WINNERSDowling :::
Friday night In a road game the McKnight drove down. He drove and made a again tipped it up, and it went in. underway at 3:30: p.m. and
Tornadoes extended their current left. Graudons got a fast break jumper good to again put BUS That basket put BHS in front the second game at 4:3: (). This Produce and Starke
followed Plaza remained tied for fk st
win streak to five games by the jumper and Adrain Brown wuthln one point, 73-72, with 74-73; it was the first time the league is for boys age 10. 11.
BHS with in iihe Men's Basketball
with another to put place City
skin of their teeth.
33 seconds left. Starke regained Tornadoes had held the lead since
The Tornadoes led Orange Park in three points, 69-65, with 3:11: possession, brought the ball the first of the game. and 12. League by defeating Qieli

6-2 briefly in the period, but the left in the game. The Starke down, but couldn't make the ball Orange Park called time out, Schedule Feb.: 6 Koch's vs opponents! (Monday night.Dowling :: .
-
Raiders took it and maintained crowd, somewhat subdued all Thurs. took the measure of
away go in as they tipped it off the then used their two seconds to Andrews
3:30( vsCarp's
a steady seven to nine point night, sensed the comback and rim again and again. Fighting bring the ball in and put it up, Williams, ; Baldwin Chevrolet, 57-41. The
lead until McKnight got hot in began to yell their hopes when the for the ball, Adrain Brown foul but the long desperation shot 4::30. Chevy boys .have Improved with
Andrew's
l1-Koch.s
the final period and received help Tornadoes were still six points ed Orange Park's Attaway with missed. Tues.. Feb. vs each game, but the "Fruit Stand
from teammates Mark Graudons, back. eight seconds left. Attaway miss The Raiders were getting 3:30: ; Williams vs Carp's. Five" were too much for them.
Adrain Brown, and Blye. All Mickey Brokas, who scored ed both tries in the tense slt- through Bradford's man-to-man 4:30.: Jim Beeler and Jim :McMur-
four Tornadoes scored in double the net for 33 points, high for the uatuation and BHS Blye rebounded defense in the first half with TERWILLEGAR LEADS try led Dowl.ng; with 22 points.
figures. game, put Orange Park back out for the Tornadoes. Attaway's adept ball handling SENIOR BOYS LOOP High for Baldwin were Randy'
McKnlght's streak began with front by four points, 70-66. Mc Bradford forward Mark Gra leading the way. The little Raid Thursday night Jan. 30, Jones and Joe Kauffman, each
about 6 1/2 minutes left In the Knight came back with two more udons was fouled with two seconds er would drive, then pass aUto Terwillegar Motors rushed by with! 10( points.
final period, and for a time it to make it 70-68. left as BUS attempted a last sec- a teammate for an easy basket Southern DIscount 46-22, to re- The second game saw Stark!
looked as if it was of no avail inside when a Tornado defender main undefeated after two Plaza win !their 4tth game as
for the Tornadoes. would drop his man to stop Atta and take possession ot they downed Trlest Cont. truc-
Driving at the right side of the Charles Blye, hot. shooting Tornado center, goes high for games 'tlon,5fi-32. Wayne McLcod and
first place. As far as the scoring
Raiders, McKnight would put the way.Going to a zone defense in the a Jumper' against Orange Park. He scored 19 points against the went it was Terwillegar John Watson led Plaza. with 13

ball In the air anytime he got second half Coach Mike Sexton Raiders, Record: to McKnight's 21.Blye against Lonnle Olive a? he got and 14 points respectively. Hih
within 15 feet of the basket. put a stop to the inside for Trlest was Calvin Osteen
easy
the two
however sunk winningbasUet with seconds:: 19 of his team's 22 points.
He got closer many times by scoring by Orange Park. with 19 pointa.
left magnifirent second effort tip-in. Terwillegar jumped out to an
on a on a
driving, then slicing between "The beautiful part about a halftime, then Standings: Dowlin?, 4-1:
11 point lead at
Orange Park's zone to get closer man-to-man defense Is that you outscored Discount 13-1 In the' Pla-a, 4-1; Trlest, 2-3; Baldwin.
shots from the side of the key. can go out and get a team, as rain Brown sunk 17 points, giving third period to lead 37-H going:;: 0-5.
With the first fourth period we did Orange Park tonight,when Devils Go the Tornadoes three men in Schedule for Mondav.\ Feb.
Into the last period.
basket by the six-foot junlorfor- you need to,'' Coach Sexton said. double figures. David MKnight hicrh for 10-Baldwin va Plaza. 7 pm.;
Billy Hugglns was
ward, the Tornadoes were down "But we can play the zone when fell off Tuesday to six points, Terwillegar, bagging 11 points. DawUng) : vs Trieit! CCO.Terwillegar : .
61-54. Orange Park's Daryl we need to." from a season's high of 24 Sat ,
closdy by 3 - -
but followed : -
Lauderdale was equally hot from "If you play zone all the time 63-62 By urday against Orange Park when was
the corners and he scored two you're In trouble if you can't go he was a big factor of that comc- players, Robby Barksdale, Greg
long baskets to the Tornadoes frombehind Nichols and Tim Thompson) 9S
put into a man-to-man when you need win.
down 65-56, much to the enjoy to as we did tonight in the last Statistics each with 10 points. 7oto
ment of the large and loud Orange quarter." Red The second game saw Plaza

Park contingent the Raiders Fernandlna Game Big BUS - 14 18 12 1862 Lodge Motel break into the win
brought with them. The crowd Mark Graudons paced the Green Cove 14 7 27 15 -63 column, downing Hurst Shell, 1 666
filled an entire side of the Tornadoes over Fernandlna with Coming down off two big wins, 59-43. Ken Carlton had a big e

Bradford gym. 23 points and a sizzling 11-for- both squeakers,Bradford's fighting
The Raider's Bill Attaway. a 15 pace from the floor. The Tornadoes cagers were edged 63-62
small ball handling playmaker for led all the way but foul Tuesday night in Green Cove Spr-
Orange Park, hit to make it trouble in the fourth pertd insrs.
67-56. Then Charles Blye made almost cost them the win. "We played real bad ball, pro
a short bucket for the Big Red Opening up a nine point, 35- bably the worst game since St.
five on the fast break, but Laud 26, halftime lead, the Tornadoes Augustine," Coach Mike Sexton Motors
erdale made it 69-58 with another had Increased it to 12 points said after the game. At times,

56-42, after the third period. he said his Tornadoes would
David McKnight let!* fly with one of his jump shots which pushed Bradford 7473p But two Big Red players were "settle down and do all right."

t Orange Park Saturday night.: !McKnight's red hot fourth period in which he scored fouled out in the final period and But they never could become

It t points, seemingly unable to miss, put the Tornadoes: back into contention in the four of the five left on the floor consistent.The loss came on the final
had four fouls each.
hotly fought contest.MOVE. "We just hunc on until the two seconds when Green Cove
finish," Coach Sexton said of had the ball and the score was
the squeaky 74-72 win. tied 62-all. It looked as If the
Four Tornadoes were also in game would go into an overtime,
double figures against Fernandlna. but a foul was called on Starke's
UP TO. Adding to Graudon's 23 Adrain Brown in the back court
were Charles Blye with 15,David as the Blue Devils brought the
McKnight had 14, and Adrain ball down with two seconds left

Brown 13 while! Tim Murphey on the clock.
The Green Cove player went
added 7.Blye .
to the free throw on a oneandone. -
and He sunk the first,but missed
MODERN LIVING rebounder is the for leading the Tornadoes scorer,but the second, giving! Green Cove
the scoring is well balanced and the one point win and handing the 1968 CHEV. 1/2 TON PICK-UP

any of the four others, as Mc Tornadoes their fifth loss of the
Knight did against Orange Park season. It was .the third game
-
and Graudons did against Fernandlna they lost by one point.
Blowing an 11 point lead built
the load
can pick up
has off night.An in the second period, the Tornadoes
when Blye an
off night for the Tornado allowed the Blue Devils $
with theMAGIC would be to score 27 points in the third .
center, however, a good
night for most players. He period to 12 themselves. The 2095:
Tornadoes sunk 27 field
hit 15 Friday and 19>>Saturday and goals
to 25 for Green Cove, but were
led in rebounding both nights,
beaten at the free throw line 13-
although a teammate outscored

OF MAGIC CHEF! him. 8.Starke's
Orange Park Statistics junior varsity cagers
won their first victory of the
5-1-11 BHSMcKnight, Graudons 12-0-24 8-0-16,,Brown Blye season, beating the baby Blue CUSTOM CAB, RADIO, HEATER, AUTOMATIC
Devils 42-33. David McRae had
9-1-19, Murphey 1-2-4, Chandler
16 points and Brown TRANSMISSION ACTUAL
Douglas
MILES
3,100 ONE
True Economy -- Reduces Utility Bills 0-0-0. Totals 35-4-74. 12, giving the Tornadoes one ,
Orange ParkAttaway 3-1-7, bright spot.

No Problem When The Power Goes Oft SchUlman 2-0-4, Lauderdale 11- Mark Graudons scored 19 points OWNER.
1-23. Long 3-0-6, Brokas 11-1- and had 13 rebounds in the varsity
33. Totals 35-13-73. game. Charles Blye had 18
BHS-- 14 16 18 26 -- 74 points and 15 rebounds and Ad,

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Is NO MATCH With Modern Gas BHS McKnight 6-1-13, Brown ; ""-

7-0-14, Graudons 11-1-23, Blye
Cooking 5-5-15, Murphey 2-3-7, Graudon
1-0-2, Chandler 0-0-0. Totals

32-10-74.

Fernandlna- Skipper 2-5-0,
Plkula 2-2-6, Robinson 8-0-16,
Rodeffer 7-1-15, Gordon 1-0-2,
OVEN WINDOW Maecer 8-8-24. Totals 28-16-

72.BHS
15 20 21 18--74
Fer.-15 11 15 30 --72

CLOCK

\ Cagers Take


TIMER On Palatka


Tornado cagers meet arch rival
Palatka, a team they have beaten
COMPLETELY once 89-66, in the Bradford gym

; in games which begin Friday,
AUTOMATIC Feb. 7, at 6:30.:
Saturday, Feb. 8. the BHS
cagers travel to Perry, a team

"-- _== ---:::::;- NO MATCHES they Next topped Tuesday 56-45, Feb.here. 11, is an

open date.John .
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Regular$249.50/ 199 50 in John Bradford, Starke Henry,County died Gibba.Wednesday Hospital 76, OfKoutel FIRST FEDERAL PAYS 5 V* % PER ANNUM |


after an extend Illness. Ha

WITH was born in Waterloo, Ala. on
NOW
TRADE Feb. 7, 1892 and had lived In
Stark since 1942. He was a retired
| ON CERTIFICATES
carpenter, and a member
of Grace Baptist Church.
Survivors Include!
$10 DOWN $10 PER MONTH Delma B. Glbbs; one son, Jerry. | MINIMUM INVESTMENT $5,000 SIX MONTH MATURITIES
D. Clbte, of Stark; three dauffh.itera. :
Mrs. Willie Mae Paullc and
Mrs. Omle Gene Gray, both ot
I
Savannah Tern., and Mrs. Johnnie

: Sue Gannon, of Gainesville; And Loan
two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Cum. Saving Association

SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES; ., mlngs.MM. Beddle Savannah,Hlgglns Tenn.iTyronza.Axle. and.

OF STARKE
.; six grandchildren, uvl

332 W. :Madison St. Phone 964-7701 four grea -grandcblldren.: 21 N. Temple Av.. Phone 964-5000
Funeral services will be held

at 10 a.m. Friday, In Jones Memorial .
Chapel
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time from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m.. will Junior Choir will appear. The
C Man Killed In Truck Crash charge. Herman Johnsen
Big
News AboutA and Friday and Saturday nights! be the speaker. At 3 p.m. there public Is invited.
from 8 to 11. The steward's Drive activity
will be a musical program
46-year-old Hickory N.C., Colored Citizens SCHOOL, NEWS sponsored by the Junior Church. that was planned for Sunday
RJE Founder's Day will be
A has been postponed until the
Will!
The RJE Chorus, Free
,
man, Lloyd Junior KirbY, was
observed! February 1821. A program -
4th Sunday In February.
Junior Choir, and Ebenezer
killed early last Thursday morn. Plead GuiltyTo will terminate the obser-

Ing, Jan 30, when the semi. RECREATION NEWS vance on Sunday, Feb. 23. at 4
trailer he was In sideswiped a The Hawkes and the Falcons p.m. All Interested persona are

parked) car-transport trailer fund Charges HereThree were victorious last Saturdayover Jnvlted.

was wrecked. the Daytona Recreation CHURCH NEWS
Driver of the furniture van, team. Both teams are holding Greater Free Will Baptist

Charles Monroe !I/all 32, States. their own In the winning col Church, Rev. Jasper Williams
v IIe, NC. escaped with minorinjuries person plead guilty; to pastor Monday night. Ushers

The car4ransport, various offenses In appearancesIn umn.The City League is being held Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3
parked unnoccupled. front of Circuit Court last Wednesday, each Saturday at 9 a.m. in the will! rehearse. Wednesday night

the Bradford Motel an North Jan. Patten.29, before Judge GeorgeL. RJE gym. The public Is Invitedto Prayer Meeting.! Thursday night!

Temple Avenue In Starke. according attend. Ladles Circle at home of Mrs.
J Mary Ann Thornton 20
to Lt. Pat Henry inves.tlgatlng ..... plead to Reno Recreation Center is Shaw and Story Hour at the
guilty Introduction of
officer from the city '"f contraband Into the Bradford open for your inspection Mon Church. Friday night the con.

police department.The -, County Jail last Dec. 16 In day through Friday. Activity gregation will go to Baldwin to
an
parked trailer loaded with This Is the (truck In which a North Carellna man rode to effort to aid in the escape ofa render services at St. Paul 100 Gold Bond StampsWITH

cars, was owned by National his death early last Thursday. The furniture van struck a prisoner, Francis Bryant. Baptist Church Saturday night

Trucking Co. of Jacksonville.The parked truck ripped out the side of Its cab and the victim The contraband was six hacksaw Arthur Pearce dinners will be sold from the PURCHASEr
driver, Robert Lee Ware, blades kitchen. Friends are Invited to
thrown
was out while sleeping in the cab bunk.
- - --,
41, was in the Bradford Motel at The escape failed when Mrs. cooperate with his activity.

the time of the accident. over the driving from KirbY In Julian Green, wife of the county 01 Lawtey Sunday School 9:30.: Morning THIS COUPON WHEN PRESENTED AT j
The police department report Kirby was pronounced dead- jailer, heard sawing in the Worship at 11. Evening Service. I lOUR
Georgia and that Kirby told upstairs STATION GOOD FOR 100 GOLD BOND
en-arrhal at the Bradford
.
ed that the driver of the furniture steering cell and summoned aid. Dies MondayServices 6 pm. The Junior Church will
him his truck was STAMPS. WITH PURCHASE. I
County Hospital. j
appear on a musical programat
van, Lall, reported that "rough." The right side of Lail's Raymond Robinson, 25, was
lie saw the parked car transport. Damage to the trucks was sentenced to two years in prison Greater Allen Chapel AME'
Lall reported: that he had taken cab was torn off and Kirby was extensive. Several of the Ford after pleading guilty to breaking for Arthur Clifton Chapel Church at 3 p.m. Sun | NAME j
of it the Impact. ----------- ---------------------
threw out by
automobiles! aboard the trans and entering Paul's Grocery. Pearce, 75, Lawtey, were held I
port were damaged. It lock Robinson had from Jones Memorial Chapel in day.First | ADDRESS ..:
previously been Born Church of the Living ----- ----------------- --------
work men over half the day placed on probation for three Starke Wednesday, Feb. S.Mr. God. The Excelsors Gospel

Friday to transfer the cars and years on breaking and entering Pearce died in the Veterans Singers! of Jacksonville! wlU appear - - -
furniture into other trucks. charges. Hospital in (Lake City Monday at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23. .

301 DriveInSHOW LaU was charged by the Marion Glenn Crews, 29, was morning, Feb. 2. Come out and let's enjoy the
Starke Police! Department with placed on probation for an add- A retired carpenter, Mr. Pearce Lord. Prayer Meeting Tuesday D & V Texaco Station

failure to have his vehicle under itional two years on a warrant was born In Bradford County night. Friday night there will
control. issued for revocation of his >and resided here all his life. He be a Terrying Service.

BEGINS AT 7:00: P.M. probation. Is a past Master of Lodge Number Members of the First Born. 231 N. TEMPLE AVE.

ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c Saunders Names Daniel Wilson, a fourth defendant 189 F. & AJM. of Lawtey Church also wish to welcomeour STARKE, FLA.
did not appear in court ,and a member of the Morgan new pastor Elder SammIe.
Children Under 12 Free George Patten Jr.. last week and a warrant was issued Chapel Baptist Church. Colson. and family of Jackson-

As Senate Aide for his arrest. Surviving Is his wife Mrs. ville. SPECIAL SAVE 19c SPECIAL
FRI.. SAT., SUN. FEB. 7, 8, 9 --
Avle Pearce of Lawtey; a daughter Greater Allen Chapel AMT3!
Double Feature State Senator Bob Saunders
Mrs. Glenesther Young of Church Rev L. A. Sampson COUNTRY FRESH
of Gainesville, has announced TROOP 70
AWARDSBoy Athens, Ga.; two sons: Harold pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
!the appointment of George L. 50
Scout, held Sapp! of Miami and Wallen Sappof with Mrs. F. B. Delestre in MILK -- 1-2 GAL.
troop 70 their
Patten Jr., of Tallahassee, as
l j Never Underestimate' Jacksonville, 11 grandchildren charge. Morning Worship at 11
; his Senate aide. first court of honor fcr 1969 on I
and two greatgrand with the Junior Church in ,
THE SECRET LIFE fIl Patten! is currently employedas Jan 21 at 7:30: pm. In the children

a special assistant to Attorney Methodist Fellowship Hall .1.1It's

OF ANAMERICAN 3 i General Earl Faircloth, and Scoutmaster Don Hardenbrookheld Rev..Tommy Howe and Rev.
assumed his new duties In Sen. Robert Cooper officiated ,at the
!: WIFE'from 2 Saunders' Gainesville office on : the meeting'with George W. services Wednesday. Burial was

February 1. King, scout executive of Gainesville In the Kingsley :Lake Cemeterywith A Family Affair f
20th Century-Fox COLOR BY DELUXE r as guest speaker.
t ) .
.,... _... ..:. _,. In announcing the appointment Masonic Rites at the grave I
.....,.......<"*" ,"x>w_ u .W..W.. u'" ..u..__? ,_._"_ Saunders said his reason Awards. for tenderfoot were side.
for not having! taken advantageof given :to: James Brownlee, Steve Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof Our Restaurant is tops for Dining:, especially

WALTER MATTHAUIN this staff position provided by Crawford, Ken and Steve Fuqua, Starke was in charge of arrangements. for the whole family. Mom welcomes a rest
THE ONLY HOIK rUNNY ENOUGH TO FOLLOW 'THE ODD COUPLt the Ls that he wanted to t
Senate Dale Haas Glenn Mullins, Will- from the kitchen, and it's nice to have a

ANNE JACKSON PATRICK O'NEAL carefully select an individual lam McKinney, Larry Paterson, change of pace.Try "
who would best assist in effectively -
Steve Ross David Wager, Phil 'I
PLUS representing the people lip Brown, David Harper, Tom. ROTARY-FACULTY GAME
Df: hie six-county district my Jackson and Paul. Proctor. AIDS MARCH OF DIMES
Patten is a graduate, of tho Our Delicious Buffet
Rev D. T, Farabee Jr and)
THIS IS THE WAYIT WAS University: of Florida College of John Torode presented merit The BHS faculty won a hard- I
Journalism! & Communications fought 1641 'victory over the
badges, service pins, patrol and
t. and !Is the son of Circuit Judge Starke Rotary Club In benefit\ SERVED DAILY
.-.. assistant patrol leaders patches.
George L. Patten of Starke. basketball game played In the I

high !school gym at 2 p,m. Tues6f Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet

MILL'Q day. Gate lecelpts ttoedt$16 11:00: a. m. to 2:00 m. 6:00: to 9:00: p.m.
#: .YEARS No Money AvailableFor I, March and were of Dimes.() ( : 1969 p. p.m.



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New Library SiteNo I
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UQIIEL1IIIEUHJOUMUMICARTO... .. RJCHUOSON' MICKEEI K [ Arc Rct'BAKER,I IOSEPH FRICKER'' Vegetables I
.e -w S A sum( tins HIMWI'pioDucro funds are available from those funds have never been Assorted!! Salads!!
DQNCTO",R9YNARIVHAUSEKMICH6ElCARRERASFLORIDA l Gainesville! to be paid for by .
it '
the county to purchase a $10,000 collected.The 1 ( ;;

,. site for a. new Bradford! ( County = women described the the Farmer's. Home Administration ,.1 1 : ti ,. ", : Rolls. .- Butter..,
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Library, a committee of Libr- Parks lot as Ideal for a library '
If the U. S. home agency approves .
Tea
ary Board members was told since it Is located near the Coffee
Monday morning, Feb. 3. downtown area with adequate the planning grant application .-
drawn by the consulting
THEATRE Headed by Mrs. .Muriel Nor parking close by. Federal funds-
firm for
engineering $6,842,
man, library board chairman a which would not have to be repaid the
engineering firm
committee of four women told would be available for a proposes
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 the County Comm'ssion some new library building! if the site to carry construct out a sewer population and water studyto .Qc9zuCarefree

one else Is interested in the site is purchased, they told the .
facilities
FRIDAY, SATURDAY FEB. 7, 8 they have picked for a new 11- Commission. Green Cove about the county.
Engineer David H. Scott who
Double Feature bral'y building.
Springs and Hawthorne have already -
appeared before the board, said
Site chosen by the library! taken advantage of such
each municipality In the county
s board members Is the old Dr. grants, they said.
(X_ Parks home on the corner of Chairman Shuford appointedtwo will be approached about such
The Lion'is Walnut and studies. U. S. government funds,
'Paper Jefferson Streets commissioners, Ralph Bry-
after the
across from the Florida Bank. and J. M. (Buck) Norman, to survey plans are
about to made, would then be available
t {) The group had asked that the work with the library board In
cities
through FHA for under
creamed Commission include funds for a searching for a solution to the
get
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!>-o. 5.500 in population to construct
library site In their 19C3-69 bud- problem.
get, but funds have been too "We're not In disagreement sewer and water facilities. electric clothes drying
Starke town in the
Is the only
short to do
so. with! the cause, it's just a matter
"The money is not budgetedand of money," Bryan told the county which presently has
1 Is not available in excess women. Other members of the both water and sewer systems.Brooker makes permanent press
and Hampton have
anywhere," County Clerk Charles committee appearing before the
Darby told the women board were Mrs. Burney Winkler water systems and a planning
Mrs. study has been made under the ready to wear.A
Jeanette
Klncald Inquired and Mrs. Evelyn Rltch.
q about FHA for a study for a water
Atari Aida using some of the timber
tax money owed by Contain. The Commission Monday approved system In Lawtey. Brooker'swater

er Corp. of America in back a study for water and system was constructed flameless electric dryer knows how to handle your clothes It relaxes

am taxes. She was told by Commission sewer projects In the county by through the FHA Commissioner wrinkles out of permanent press larmenu. so they're ready to put ncht| on.
Chairman Dave Shuford David B. Smith Engineers Inc. Zedra Hamilton said. Saves hours of i
-- --- you dreary ironing! And the rest of your wash comes, out

T THEBIGMEN-THEBIGCXRS1' perfect, too tumbled dry until its fluffy, soft and fresh lookingYou \

-. 1 In a racing film I unllkt mi you hii rip MimiIn can dry come rain or shine day or mtjht'! at your convenience, ,

You won't have to lift lug and hand<) three tons of wet wash a year And the
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fiJK HARD sun never gets a chance to fade colors or to yellow your white things! I
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An electric dryer costs less to buy.

DRIVERS DARING CHARGER Terwillegar Motors less to use less for maintenance

OFFYDANGt BEHIND THE SCtMS IIWSC And you enjoy peace of mind, with ,.

AT EVERY AT THE lit MCE TRACKS!' no flame, no pilot light no flueThere's
TURN Of .
no match for flameless
THE TRACK ?, (4
Dim DKRINGEI, JIM HURTUIISE DICK HUTCHERSON electric. does so much, ,
MMCSHUTON BOBBY ISAAC HID JARRETT JUNIOR JOHNSON
costs so little I +Cfy
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Kirk Faces ObstaclesIn L 4 County Extension sal
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Pushing Bond IssuesGOV. .1:)
SHOPPING THE SALES thoughtful. It requires that you :hr

I., "Manufacturer's closeout" control your desires, and not IKisq

CLAUDE KIRK will have "GoingOutOfBusiness""Semiannual: buy on impulse.
to 111IE
CERTAINLY THE rates have In-
'V wr\; Clearance!I"A A good shopper: 'ii>
negotiate a long and narrow road creased dramatically since four :years smart shopper has to know -Buys according to her jT

filled with detours and other obstaclesIf ago when the voters turned down former ? ( ""' 0NEW how to move confidently needs. She knows an item Is no"bargain" 03.iT

he's to succeed In his proposalto Gov. Havdon Burns' plea fora G through today's maze of merchandising when it isn't used. ';JJ,

saddle Florida with staggering obligations $300 million road bond Issue. And w, C claims. Because if -Knows the stores and the "'1
O she knows :how to shop the .brands. She familiarizes her
and In the form of state road the rates are higher now than was % / 1'AXCSw : : sales, she can save a surprising self with regular prices and rfI rAJ:
school !
bonds. the case two years ago when Gov. amount of money She has to good quality so she'll know a IT

The chief executive renewed his bid Kirk suddenly started advocating a Judge whether a sale offers any real bargain and a reliable .

for a giant road bond issue In his road bond issue after falling to even real savings, and has to have dealer. I U
recent state of the state the self-confidence to pass up Tries to shop on the first
and i it
message hint during his campaign that he favored f
r a "bargain" she doesn't really and last day of a sale. On the
at the same time tossed In the such //:9PtiP:
suggestion an expenditure.Gov. need.A first day she has the best selec- h9,
that the state float bonds to finance Kirk was unable to whip up N4 !good shopper must know tion, and on the last day she .tJ'

capital Improvements sorely sufficient strength within the legisla ,' Qrrp when the. good sales occur so may see the prices; go even otrs

needed In the school system. ture or among the voters In 1967 when V) :: : c HpW she can plan ahead. She must lower.Reads .
; also know where she can counton labels and Inspects
he started beating the drums for road -
jt o getting reliable bargains. merchandise very carefully. She
Early Indications are that the gover bonds, it is likely the same result Seasonal Sales learns that most sale items are

nor's taped television report to the will be forthcoming this time. Many stores have regular not returnable. She seeks out

people failed to generate Interest Time and again in recent months sales at the beginning or end hidden reasons for reduced

among our citizens. Conceivably, the throughout the nation voters have of a season. These cover such prices. : Lack of warranty, no
seasonal goods as clothing, delivery, no installation or ser
manner in which the governor rattledoff turned thumbs down on giant bond fabrics sports, outdoor, and

his talk In such rapid fashion Issues. Until such time that they are gardening equipment and gift vice.Avoids fads and extreme

had something to do with its poor convinced money is not being wasted, items. styles, no matter how little

reception. The fact that he is advocating and that cronies and supporters of !Clearance Sales: These are held for an obvious! that has been very popu-
giant bond programs also the administration In not
may power are .
:reason-to get rid of merchan lar may be on sale simply because
be responsible for the lack of enthusiasm being rewarded, this hesitancy to sup- dise. Bargains can often be it Is "on the way out."

the talk received. port a bond issue is apt to remain.IT found at these sales, especially.

the January inventory sales take City Aircraft

THE GOVERNOR failed to establish SHOULD BE recognized that and the end-of-the Summer
clearance sales. A wise .shopper Plant Will Train
a specific figure on the size of Gov. Kirk is faced with a gargantuantask The Great MagicianFARMER'S
must remember that these
the bond issues, saving that ammunition in administering a state growingat are items that either no one Workers For JobsThe

for a more appropriate time, the rate experienced by Florida. wanted"In the preceding Aero Corporation of Lake

but obviously t the amount would be The demands upon government are DIARY months or are probably. going City, an aircraft rework facility )

gigantic. The road department recently staggering. Already during his administration .. out of stYle.Stimulallon. Sales is willing to train Inexperienced

came up with an ambitious long. the state has enacted the rr Keystone Heights there are a- Some stores have sales to encourage persons as aircraft mechanicsor
range program extended through 1985 largest single tax Increase in history which apparently sheet metal workers in their
Spring Is !here! She came In number of groves, buying during slow rework facility. -
that requires something like $6 billion) and the demand for even more state early last Saturday morning, get by because of the periods. These can: Include reductions Lake City aircraft

to finance.As revenue is being sounded every day ;singing and dancing the light moderating Influence of all the on regular me rohan- In. addition to training Inexperienced

in Tallahassee.The fantastic, and as If by magic lakes In that area. And downat dise. But, very often, items are workers, they also
the plant world awoke from its Melrose, too, there are a ordered especially for the sale.
for schools, it is anticipated a governor faces no greater task have need for experienced aircraft
winter sleep and stirred Into number of groves that are in These "loss leaders, as they sheet
and
minimum of $500 million would be than to provide the state with a sound new life. To be sure., Spring production evey year. are called are sometimes of mechanics and

the asking figure for a school bond and realistic financing plan. Only nine glanced up north apprehensively lower quality than the store's aircraft metal workers washers. painters, ,

issue.It more states in our union collect more at times, for she was making So far as we know these lit regular stock. They are advertised Persons interested In the
an early appearance and won tie groves are the only sourceof just to get you into the
is be hard for contact
going to awfully taxes than Florida. After two vears training program may
the lookout for that cold- good citrus as for some reason store. Once inside the merchant
the and members of in office it would be Gov.: Kirk Ray Kirkland at the Aero plantIn
top
governor hoped
hearted Jack Frost, or other, the law prohibiting hopes, you will forget the cheap 752-7911 or
his staff to sell the voters of Floridaon could combine his experience in the By Sam McGarveya the sale of Inferior fruit Items and splurge on regular- Rep.Lake Gene City Shaw, phone in Starke who

big bond Issues. With Interest ratesat business world with that In government The weekend was warm and outside of Florida, results in priced goods.Occasionally. make the contact.
will
an all-time high, the cost wouldbe and offer the state a way out balmy and big, fat buds appeared big effort bushes to crowd out the an big effort to crowd out the a store will advertise

on the Japanese quince bush myrtle the good fruit here a "brand-name" item
astronomical. other than through issuing. : bonds.
and other shrubs In our yard. 000 that has a known standard New Course

-LAKE CITY REPORTERby Alice set out :some petunias, Over in the Melrose area, we To give you an example Alice price, at a lower cost. When In Mechanics
and Sam got to work cleaning found a tiny magnolia, and it bought six of the finest lookingbig the shopper rushes to the store, Ag

around the plants and tidying was doing fine until our dog oranges you ever saw and she finds It's all sold out and Starts Feb. 4A
I You Can't Watch Just One up the grounds. chewedout the crown bud. paid nearly 10 cents each for the salesman attempts to Interest -

8 However, It recovered and is them, or at a rate of $1.20 a her in a similar item that new course in Agricultural

now about 15 feet high and dozen. So, out of the six, one so is brandless or of doubtful quality Mechanics (Repair and Maintenance -
two points anti Orange Park by one. rite warm spell undoubtedly' growing well. We also set out far has been good, but anotherwas Sometimes a store actually of Small Gasoline En-
Bradford
High's cage team beat They lost to Green Cove Springs in a set the berry plants to growing, chlnaberry, maples, runner oak, dry and pithy, and still another does "sell out," but if you find Bines) will be offered at the ,
Orange Park, by just one point in the and if It continues the pastureswill willow and other trees, and one was rotten and was this happens often In the same Bradford Union Vocational
road Tuesday night agadn by
last two seconds, in a'' real thriller in game -;; turn green and the cattle now :have the variety we hoped discarded. And this has happen. store, avoid It You do have the Technical Training Center startIng
in the last two seconds. That
the BHS gym last Saturday night. one point will .have a big feast of tender for. time and time againdry or- right to demand advertised Tuesday Feb. 4. .
Though the Tornadoes won the game, should attest to the kind of excite- young grass and clover. But anges, sour grapefruit and bit- merchandise at the advertised Classes will be :held each
Orange Park without a doubt won the ment fans are missing. Our cage team what Is needed Is a soaking We also planted a number of ter tangerines. -until now we've price. If the store refuses to Tuesday and Thursday from 7

battle of the fans. The Raiders actually this year is as good as any we've had rain, as we have had little of fruit trees, Including persimmon had It and will buy no more honor your request you should to 10 p.m. for 10 weeks. Regis
In man}' years maybe better when It In the past month or so. pear, plum, peaches, pecan And this, mind you In Florida, report it to the local Better tration fee will be $5.
brought people to Starke to the Of
more and several citrus.
they're right. the leading citrus producingstate Business Bureau or Chamber of The purpose of the course will
ball than the Tornadoes drew in those the Orient pear turned
game In the country Commerce. be to acquaint the .student with
their own gym. For the uninitiated, basketball can When we built our home back out well, and so did the per Traditional Sales: basic fudamentals of small gas
he as exciting as any game to watch.It from the .highway In a groveof simmon. But our efforts to
Orange Park fans filled their own Still, spring is here and withIt These are sales that usually oline engines. Instruction will
faster than football and pines we set out to plant a raise citrus here failed in spite
you're :
moves being general
when BUS played there and filledan comes that Job of Just conclde with an anniversary or cover areas such as
gym sitting right on top of the action. You number of different trees to of many attempts, as we are alive and in reasonable good special occasion. Reductionsmay principals of operation, general
entire side of the BHS when
gym add variety to the scene. Overat too far north. However, we do
also sit in a warm gym, no little advan- health, so what's the use of be storewlde or only covera tune-up and maintenance, and
they played here. Both students and the New River swamp, we have an ornamental variety,
football from this of complaining? So we'll get back specific department such as major overhaul.
tage over point
grown ups were included in the crowd.It dug up a tiny sweet gum seedling calamondin, which seems to be out In the yard and soak up linens, furniture, or shoes. These For further information, contact

should hit the pride of Tornado view. perhaps only six Inches doing all right. some more of that good sunshine are often the most reliable the vocational school or
There are four basketball games left high at that time. Now It Is 000Speaking the perfections at established 964-6150.
supporters, especially the students, to and enjoy sales when they occur call
in the regular season. Three are home about 35 feet tall and is making of citrus, over at of Nature. stores
be outnumbered in their own gym. Be.
contests and two are most important Sales Guide:
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Peace
sides the our basketball team has Officer-
way
conference games. We must win themto Shopping the sales ts a matter
been going down to ,the wire before
stand any chance of coming out on of being informed and Training Course
winning or losing this season, we don'tknow
where else a teenager can get top of the Florida Star. Remember. 25 Years Ago Starts March 17A
We don't want to be outnum.
that kind of excitement for 25 cents. surely NOW!II II I
bered again in especially Hopefully new class In Peace Officer
our own gym ,
that's all its costs student to
Yep, a not against arch rivals like Palatka, William H. SummersP. Training, to meet the require
get into a basketball game less thana By Alice McGarvey ned to rebuild in the near fu Army now. He was formerly
and Live S.-I notice Judge Yawn ments of the Police Standards
Green Cove Springs Oak We
with
employed as an engineer
hamburger or a movie. the ture. Commission "A Council, will begin on March
Squulrtlng water at corner told the County :
dare to the excitement. We bet .
State Road
try the Department.Cpl.
you
Our Tornado Cagers won two games of Temple and Lake Streetsat 1969 legislative act authorized 17 at the Bradford-Union Vocational
this past weekend, beating Fernandina you can't watch one game and not the rate of 500 gallons per neorge B. Flynn ST. announced Raleigh E. Strickland advertising and promotionalfunds : Training Center.
come back for more. minute the bright, new fire his candidacy for the officeof recently spent a furlough :here (from county taxes) to If you are not employed by a

truck meant different things to County Superintendent of with hLs mother, Mrs. Cora the Chamber for use OUTSIDE law enforcement agency, yon

different people, 25 years ago. Public Instruction. Strickland. the county. If the funds are must submit a letter to the vocational

I School Code To Fire Chief R. C. BufordIt used this way, in Clay, St. center director froman
Of ConductVast was something of a ceremony The USO In Starke held "open LfeTTtKl .Johns, Duval, etc. it will be excellent agency Indicating that they

acting as host to several fccuse" Friday Saturday and for all of Starke, including intend to employ you in order
changes being noted in educationin For boys and girls playing together, there out-of-town Fire Chiefs. Sunday to celebrate the third #* "nthc the motels. to be eligible for Use course:

the waning years of the 20th century, Com were four lashes with a hickory stick.. And It meant that Starke would .birthday of the Starke Club.

missioner of Education Floyd T. Christian reported For fighting at school, five lashes and for now have good fire protectionfor There were more than 3,000 of EDITOR- -

this week in a Milton talk. playing cards at school, there was a maximumof tion.Its rapidly growing popula country these devoted organizations to the over entertainment the. !

Christian told about a county school superintendent ten lashes. But to the seven high-.school and help of service Dear Mr. Matthews: 4 V

in North Carolina who in Novem- Misbehaving to girls also called for ten boys who made up a large part men and their families and I have been bellyaching so ,
of the volunteer fire depart. friends. Miss Sara Reed was much about the errant horses BO
lashes and for swearing at school, eight las-
ber 1848 drafted a set of rules to guide the
ment It was also a larkBobby the local director. when the situation Improves a
conduct of students attending his schools. hes. Colson. Bobby Turner, Bry little I want to be sure to men-

The speaker pointed out that the list was Coming to school with dirty face and an Harrell. William Thompson, The President's BirthdayBall tion It. Three members of the
McRae and part of the fund drive to Roping Club favored me with i
with lashes and for Bobby Biggs Bobby
two
hands penalized
long, and that he would mention only a few of was
then and all three affable FL138
Delbert Thornton- were excus- fight polio more commonly visit, were
the rules. Listed with each rule is the number telling tales out of school or lying eight ed from school for the ceremony called "Infantile paralysis" and very cooperative. Carl Barton ) -

of swats with a hickory stick that a student as well as each time celebrated its tenth anniversary one day followed within a

would receive for an infraction of the code of swats.And for wearing long finger nails, two there was a fire alarm. These at the USO. few days by (Merrill Griffls. and
lads were taking the place of Robert Shannon. Their effortsto '
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conduct.For. lashes. 8o tu s. c
the many young men who were Part of the decorations was a Improve the situation certainly -' Lets Ga
Example: Milton Press Gazette then in the service of their large birthday cake with ten are appreciated.

country.: candles made and donated by Now I am hoping.that the """ -
The new fire truck had beenon Lappe Bakery. Chamber of Commerce will become
,-- It a little mellow, mend
I order from Peter Plrsch
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH ..- .,. Sons of Kenosha, Wls. for a When Miss Frances Peek their ways, and Include the for ay Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

4 o ic long time, but could not be delivered ticket sales chairman. turned gotten and stranded Starke
; Motels in their active Little lot test should be conducted
because of war time over the receipts to Chairman Bradford things mean a under -
I = shortages. It was planned to Fred ,he that the 1969 plans! when they affect the perform. normal load conditions. If
GUY reported
I ESTABLISHED 1879 i safety and handling of the rpm'H at top speed are
fre -O-i supplement the 17yearold Possibly by limiting the num- ance
Ball had cleared $265.70.
outboard boat, below manufacturer's
reportsthe speciications
thousand mile your
4'heBibreAnd equipment on hand, and had a ber of expensive
Evlnrude engineering select a propeller with
God said, "Let therebe smaller capacity with a ISO Hostesses were Mrs. Bess trips North, and concentrating lees pitch.! If the rpm'o exceed
MMlleFLORI light" and there was light. gallon booster tank..The truck Burns Mrs. C. A. Knight! Mrs. North and South, within a hun staff.Where you store that extra the maximum select a prop

ESSAS -Gen.( 1:3)). was a 120 horse-power Dodge L. A. Shepherd, and Mrs. W dred mile radius of Starke. fuel tank or the soft drink with more pitch.
A and cost 5000. H. .Thomson. In charge of refreshments The "Proving Kipplinger cooler can have a serious ef The correct mixture of gas
to Other members of the volun- were Miss Louise Wrong" buttons must be rustingin feet on performance. When oline and oil will Insure long
studyor
I a TONE Before we prepare teer fire department at that SnYder Mrs. Frank Wilson, the dump for a long time loading your boat make sure spark plug: life' and good per
even open a book, we should time were Charles DarbY Billy now, when you note the drop! the weight of extra gear Is formance. Many manufacturers -
Mrs. L. A. Koch Mrs. A. L.
have God within distributed. Once Evinrude Mo-
affirm that we off In 301 traffic. evenly underway including
Jackson George Kenis Adolph Sauls, and Mrs. Bertha Pearce make minor adjustments tors, have reduced the amountof
us. Then we will feel God'spresence Carl Ritch. Warren Wink. Helping the motels f Is like you
Gay, With Men In Service (1944)) to attain
proper oil necessary. For the last
and power in us and ter. Charles Parker and J. Wilkinson throwing a life-line to all of trim. Your efforts will be rewarded three all Evlnrudes
L. MATTHEWS. Edl&or-Paltll.tln all around U!. With assurance Aviation Cadet Iterance Gibbs Starke as a motel guest is a with better performance have been years designed to operateon

Published eaeh Thursday and entered as aee..d say "Let there be light." Know Also at the testing was form. (Buddy) Davis son of Mrs. W. potential customer of almost fuel economy and a 50-1 ratio using regular

ClM. Mailer at the Pest Office al Marke, FUrlda this. Then through conscien- mer Starke Fire Chief E. A N. North of the State Farm. everyone in Starke-the butcher handling ease. outboard motor oil. Excessive

wider Act nf March :3rd, ICTf. tious meditation thank God for Wlnkler. had Just reported for duty at the baker, the candlestick: Your outboard motor's pro- oil In the fuel mixture will
light. Pick up the book and The postofflce at Theressa the Big Springs, Texas Bomba- maker, etc:. peller I Is the and key fuel to efficient. only serve to foul spark plugs,
had burned down and Mrs. J. dice School. And a one night visitor may operation economy.A "limo king," and
U.M Outside. through this light there will cause heavy
aafserlpllea !la irad area: 1 year ; eventually decide to move here tachometer, which meas-
P. Dickerson Postmaster, was contribute to poor performance. -
be understanding and wisdom. ures the revolutions per minute
lrdt area! 1 year, SS.M. The marvel of God'a wonderful using her home as temporary Vincent L. (Sam) Alvarez, permanently. of your engine, is the best Make sure you take this
quarters. She was the owner of son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez SO, LETS GET THE SHOW way t>> make sure you have Into consideration when you're
light dispels all shadows. the old office building and plan- of Starke, was "In the BACK ON THE ROAD (US 301)) selected the right prop. The mixing fuel.

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A Bible "Conference was held
at the First Baptist Church last 1-LB. I __
pastorof
week. Rev. oje Olaohea
First Baptist: Church In Green CLki ANr
Inspiringmessage !
Cove Spi\1"11'"ave an
ci ti evening. The'specln
..ifsic team consisted of
Hanv Reddick, leader, and __
Mr. and: Mrs. Morris from a
Jacksonville!! Church. Mr Morriswas (
the pianist and Mrs. Morris (1H
sang with Mm. There was
.
also good Methodist choir singing.The WSCS Abbie ASTOR

Harley Circle met with Mrs.
Don Denton .Tuesday evening of
last week with five present. COFFEE00p CAN 49,
After a business session the r

hostess served refreshments. __
The next meeting will be Tuesday F Limit 1 Coffee of your choice with $5 or more purchase excluding cigarettes

the 14th. S .O RCS .
The Methodist (Men held their! Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, Feb. 6-12
regular meeting Monday evening WINK.DIXIK' ."0..... .Hc-cO."lIlca..T-
Jan. 27. at the Church. Half GoLWHITE...limit 2 W/$5 00 or more purchase excluding' cigaretfet EVAPORATED Con THRIFTY MAID S LARGE GREEN
MAID
Toll THRIFT/


Sunday 11 CHURCH am. School and ACTIVITIESGrace United 7:30 9:45:: Methodist,p.m.Worship Choir- ARROW BLEACH. 19 Miii< . // $ i Peus..8/$1::

,
practice Wednesday 7 p.m.
CS 4 WK No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID APPLE
MYF 8 p.m. No. 303 Con THRIFTY/MAID m

9:43 First Worship Baptist 11-Sunday a.m. and School 7:30: $1 1
:

7:30 p.m.Midweek: p.m.Church Training. meetings Union Wednesday 6:30: p.m. FRUIT COCKTAIL5/S1.Corn> :MD..7$1: NO 300 Can THRIFTY!Do'o..6/: :: .

of God Sunday
School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. No. 2'1aCon' THRIFTV MAID 1 $ 1 1No
and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday

7:30: p.m.Highland. Baptist Sunday PORK & BEAN 5/ $ 1.
MAID Blacbey.Pea. ." rlh.n No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA
School 9:43: am. Worship 11 300 Can THRIFTY
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir practice 1
1 01$ 1 Tomatoes 61$
meeting!
Wednesday 6:30: p.m.7:30: Prayer p.m. 12.Qt., THRIFTY MAID' POWDERED 40 o,. DEEP SOUTH' PEANUT Beans. .

the Mrs.weekend George with Roberts Mrs. spent Lois 1 M'I k. 99 Butter 89 No 303 Con THRIFTY MAID CUT GREEN No. 303 Can THRIFTY, MAID GREEN, LIMA
. .
Roberts in Atlantic Beach and .
Mrs. Roberts returned with 'her Beans. 1 0/$1 Beans. 6/l 1
to visit for a few days. SOUTHERN BISCUIT. 2o.TROPICAL STRAWBERRY . .
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews
visiting her brother-in- Preserves.39' /. MAIDChicken R.ce. ,
were Flour..5 39 No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID WHOLE SLICED WHITE 10'/i 01 THRIFTY
law and sister, 'Mr. and Mrs. BAG

Waldo pringle in .Worthington Potatoes 10/$1 Soups. 10/$1 1
Springs on Sunday.Mr. 2<".D""OU'HMA""LEND .
and Mrs. John Wyrick .
were dinner guests of Miss Eli- ? io'4oi.' THRIFTY MAID MUSHROOM. BEAN CHIC w HOOJXES
zabeth Terry on Saturday. They tlfl ay rut . n NO, 300 Can THRIFTY' MAID PORK 4
were enroute home after spend 1 / $ 1A
ing Strickland the week in Gainesville.with Mrs. C. E. rty, Beans. 10/$1 Soups. .

Ml'. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
visited their daughter, Mrs. CUT 8 01. THRIFTY MAID TOMATO
Walter Harvey, who has just /+ S

days returned In the home hospital.from several. d hrifty-d? elS'c.8/$1 J : Sauce. 10/$1

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F.Moore i
.\ and Micky were 'Mrs. jrai
Chuck Moore of Lake City over
the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. -
Danny Thompson of Jackson-
villa on Saturday afternoon, rwJJ *
and Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Andrewsof ; r
Wildwood on Sunday.Mr. 'ft iWi i iIM
and Mrs. Jnmes Anders QB8&k
and family of Palatka spent I -

'Saturday with Mr. and Mrs C. .

J.Visiting Anders.Mrs. Hester Hicks ** ?
S
p
are her daughter, Mrs. William\,
Wolfe, son Danny and nephew IWT.ii 01(I U.) ApLE SAUCg ti ;
Allen WoUe of Wilmington, Del. 1 r _
She is also visiting her sister 'eer.uoLn u VEl 37 fl41Si
and brother-in-law, Mr. and STEWED HWS Pf&HES s : IARMiOLEBMEET PUT tUF
TOMATOES
Mrs. Glenn S'.iuford: and chll- i! j R
/ ""nil E
NETW1.t11G/
chen On Sunday they all visited __C $ WliT DETJ ilnF
N ilt.lNET
St. Augustine and called on
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Martin In .iitt.au->
Daytona Beach. 8 or BORDENS CREAM
Mr, and Mrs. R. E Lee visited *
Mr. Lee's mother Mrs. Clem- USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CHEESE.37
mle Lee. of Englma, Ga., who _
Is confined in a hospital Atlanta SUPERBRAND COTTAGE

Ga. > '
Mr. and (Mrs. H. E. Priest 3+ jr CHEESE..2 59
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. r Cup
Ernest Williams in Wellborn Roast
OLD FASHION DAISY
Sunday are afternoon.We grieved. to note that t' tP L y+ Rib CHEESE 79*

Arthur C. Pearce passed awayat "
Lake City V. A. Hospital :; :
Monday morning; at 4:30.NEWS : c 6oz KRAFTS NATURAL SLI *

T.PI r'L.Yv..nyy.Y.Y _ _ CHEESE..47
SEMI- "

ABOUT 10 Cl. MEDICO BUTTER ME NOT CANNEDBISCUITS
BONELESS RAND" 2/39*

OVEN ||! '' l l .
.
ru": +OYERNMINTIGRADttilllREADY LB
SERVICE MEN .. .
.i III I > I* 7 Lbt. SUNNYLAND BREAKFAST LINK

AAAAAA A.1 A U. S. CHOICE, SAUSAGE $1.99
II ll I
PFC Randy Joyner, son of .
Mr. and Mrs. Neil P. Joyner TARNOW'S WHOLE HOG l 1.lb Baq'or link
of Starke has been assigned to '
the 539th Engineer Battalionnear USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS FULL CUT SAUSAGE..69ROUND
Phan Rang, Vietnam as
an equipment operator. 15'. COPELAND ALL MEAT

Sgt. David-W, Jones son of FRANKS. 45<
ROAST 98
Mrs. Evelyn Carter of Starke, . . .
is on duty at an Air Force Basein LB.
Thailand. An administrative
specialist! he is a member of USDA Choic.W.D Brand Corn FedSIRLOIN
the Pacific! Air Forces: and 1
previously served at Minot I I CLUB STEAK. $1 19 USDA GRADE "A"
or
AFB graduate In North of Dakota.Bradford He High Is a. lB. QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND !

School. W.D Brand lean Ground USDA Choice W.D Brand Corn Fed T-Bone BROAD BREASTED .

Sgt. Gene Pass son of Mrs. BEEF. 3 LBS, $l47 STEAK $129
Elise Pass of Starke, has received . LB
the Air Medal in Vietnam : : I
for combat aerial support 2Vi Ibt. Freih All, Meat,Slew or USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Top S.rlom.
of ground operations. He 13 a $ "
39
A, GR. CHUCK 1 $
squad leader with Company STEAK. 1 I
1st Bn., 8th Calvary of the 1st . LB
Calvary Div. (Airmobile.)
W.D Brand leon Be.f Short USDA Choice. VVD Brand Corn Fed Pot .

PFC Robert L. White, son of
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert White of RIBS 59 ROAST 68
Route 1, Lawtey! has been assigned . . .LB IB-
as an armorer with the USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed BeeF Plate' USDA ChoiceW.D Brand Corn Fed Boneleif Y. Strip', 20 I LBS. & UP

near 1st Cavalry Chu Lai, ,Americal Vietnam Division STEW 3 Las, 99* STEAK .: L?1 1"


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APTIC CIHCLC ,rl +
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Shrimp Pie Shell Sliced Bacon ; Q Ground Beef :
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Giant SizeDETERGENT II SAVE AT HAMPTONBy

Mrs. D. E. DUI


COMING UP NEXT WEEK:
Monday evening, Feb. 10, 7:30
Uki pm. at the city hall Bradford
County Chamber of Commerce
representatives will show film
at Hampton City Council meeting
HL Manager Pete Novak and
J Pres. Loyree Lanier will show
L- the film and answer questionsput
__ by Hampton area residents.
Tuesday evening, Feb. 11. 14
___ back-to-school night for the
GIANT SIZE WHITE Hampton Elementary PTA. Parents
are Invited to be presentand
BLUE OR COLD WATER talk with the teachers in
the various rooms. PTA beginsat
ARROW49, torlum.7:30: p.m. in the school. audi

FO Monday through Friday even-
excluding cigarettes Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good All(| Week Op S T O9 ing Feb. 10-14, at Hampton
with$5 more purchase
Limit 1 Detergent of your choice or Baptist Church, a prophetic Bible -
Feb. 6.12Mixes..4$1
Thursday thru Wednesday ,
conference led by Dr. A E.
No. 2'A Can THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET "d
1902. DIXIE DARLING CAKE Potatoes 4/$ mm COOKING OIL I 69 PERSONALS Mr.7:30 and:p.m.Mrs Lawton Young-

0 O blood and family: moved last
weekend Into their new trailer
13'6, ... DIXIE DARLING' ,,0ol. CRACKIN'GOOD BLEU CHEESE home on their farm near Hamp

4/$1 Snacks. 4/l '' ton.Mr.. and Mrs. D. W. Carter
Frosting MAYONNAiSE I 39' and granddaughter Lisa spent
Sunday In Daytona Beach visit.
20 oe. THRIFTY MAID 13.... CRACKIN'GOOD ONION FLAVOR . Ing relatives.

C ts 4$1 1 Poppers 4$1 48.l'"n't'W/tS. or more PwctioM ...eluding, cigof, ,M. Janice. it last Lott weekend of High here SpringsSy. with
a u p. her grandparents air. and Mrs.
BAGS 39 P. H. Lott.
TEA
ASTOR Mr. and Mrs Clarence Hagan
No. 2'h' Con THRIFTY YC Piiklei and sons moved to Starke last
ll' ( 3/$1 week. They have been staying
/
Peac es 4 $ 1 200 Ct. ARROW FACIAL Jumbo Roll ARROW PAPERDiffiKs. with Tony the Kennan Lonnie son Meltons.of Mr. and

Towels. 4/$1 Mrs. George Kennan arrived
Tissue. 5/$1 home on leave Wednesday last
week from Colorado where he
4/$1 Staeh..3/$1 has been stationed with the air
24 Ct.. DIXIE DARLING' SUGAR GEM
... 250.Ct., ARROW ASSORTED PAPER tftJMfel force. He is to report to Elgin
AFB in two weeks. Sunday
BARTLETT 29 Donuts. evening, reception for Tony
,. THRIFTY MAID TOMATO a
44 o Hopkins . .
. was held at Hampton Baptist
eo:0..4/$1 Pears..3/$1 un I t0i T-S= =TB Church following the evening
worship service.
BATHROOM
2 Roll Pka ARROW _
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Marshalland

No. 'A' Con BLUE BAY 44 oz. THRIFTY MAID SWEET UNSWEET Tissue. 5/l 4i last daughter week from Mary the Beth trailer moved at

Juice..3: /$ 1 .. the Y junction Just west of
1
Tuna 4/l .h ; Hampton, to Hollywood, Fla..
. where Mr. Marshall is employed -
tl In construction work. He
No. 2VI' Can THRIFTY MAID CUT GREEN ,,2 ot THRIFTY(,| MAID LUNCHEON was recently discharged from

Beans 4/$ 1 Meat..3/$1 : the at navy Cecil and Field had Mrs been Manner-stationed -

. Thrifty Ing's brother. Patrick Cox who
; has been staying with them ac-
-- companied them to Hollywood.
::7ThriftU.- Baptist Mens Day was obser-
red at Hampton Baptist Church
--t Sunday. Jan. 26, with Bill Unnwood -
-- and Jake Miley tus layman -

t a I jfi fty Th I'I worship speakers service.for the morning

hfty Jerry Dyal of La ley spentSunday
3 Th d,. here visiting Mike and
1't t ae
Mal
al : 'reeman Read,sons of Mr. andr.I1'S.
[ F. C. Read.
e I -h Mr. and Mrs. William! Carter
c : and Lisa visited the Jackson-
A 4 vine\ zoo on Sunday last week.
'
U14 )t E Calvin Varnes was expected
r'
HOLE n u iDT0E5OW home with his wife and son last
__ weekend, on a pass from an
ultl
R E
1 at R
CLING S r S I O army construction Job In Chicago -
NAIVES PEACH SPINACH TOMATOES S D 4M T Dl.
BEAN +utnl ,> RnwLl1L110)atwl.not ) Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ferguson
S
RTr.utpt/l
ROrR_n GtREEN =--:.: IEFWT.11OZ. and daughters moved to Gaines-
1tLluaiar' ville last weekend from their
THRIFTY MAID house southwest: of Hampton.Mrs. .
All Flagon o 0 Carl Rhoden and 1Irs.Walte1' .
RhJdeu were overnight
LARGE, FRESH vl.5ltol'S in Fort Lauderdale Jastweek.

HEADS Mr.. and Mrs. Herman Bowers
2
and 1 sons and Randy and Laurie
LETT
HALF ticks: attended the circus! in
Jacksonvlle; Saturday. The ocas.on -
GALLON was Danny Bower's
i CARTONS ti1."Ji birthday.XOTtrr .

8oz. OCOMA CHICKEN. BEEF OR TURKEY Sib." Bag FROZEN FRENCH FRY

Pies 5/$1. Potatoes 89* nl..I".I':1I N,or\\: :IMTATIOVTO .iic'iuiousN ::

Meat . Jvmlirnt-il.Cotlce'' N. hereiiy umK-r glean tin.that ro\is-i tho-
4. lOll" i>( Chapter JO.U3J J Laws
of 1"1..ld.Act... of IU41.: will
OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY MORTi'(Twin Pock) 1,,'Riel'-r with the Ckrk,! of thoIrcult
I 'I'ounti.Cuuit. Flirlili In and for tutor Bni'lI re-' -
., Meat Dmners39 Pie Shells 2/69l thl"'iul nutletth or. proof..of, I'U'tith'US i iiLliiauon name of
0' \\"cils. J KRclfic! S riiLO .under
afFl .u encased in business'H
"hirh| I tin .
I N. I'honiDHuii at. bturkc."avnc
II t
I Ouarh BiRGSEYE ALL FLAVORS BANQUET COOK N'BAG }"I a.

t } e 5 Cool l Whip 2/$1. Meat I terns 4/$1.T n t'I'-nn r"D.Itvd \e A St.h.l this fctaiki$I I'ld'i.: Klnnev.and,.it fl.l.day sturUiI.:u.safe of N.Fibru->own.rad'Or.

.yi'l! Couuiv. KLiulUa.
HEADS i-a u :-::!t
Con BHO '10 O1> ASTOR CAULIFLOWER 0 PEARS OF

w'11 + Orange!i2 Hip 3/$mm Brocco i..4/$ 1m




RED or GOLDEN DELICIOUS WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY


Pole YOUNG TENDER Beans 2 tBS 49 Apples. .. .. . 29 SUPERBRAND OCabbage..2 > .

YOUNG TENDER ;::
FRESH HEADS Margarine .X
2/25 AskCharley
"EA" 39 Carrots. . .
QUARTERS -
Pmli, FRESH RIPE SWEET STRAW. VINE RIPE

2/89 Tomatoes. . 29 E.John.s A
Berries
. .. GOLDEN RIPE .
U.S. No.1 1 GEORGIA RED SWEET
KING of ORANGES"TEMPLE 4 69 About This OUblfon:
I Potatoes... '". t
BANANAS Iany motorists because
U.S No. I 1S( Lb, Bog ,394)YELLOW of their driving habits .
MILD SWEET 33 LB.Oranges..1O69' hahitual speeding and reckam .

Rutabagas. .. ..10c Onions.................3......BAG.................... ................................................N...........EXTRA................., Il's etc.Main- insurance find'ing, drunk it difficult in driving the nor to!

EXTRA.r.r EX TA i iLG mal market at standard
i EXTRA I I GREEN STAMPS d71.... .GREEN STAMPS. I d7l.....M1MM.GREEN....-STAMPS W*w*..*...f ;I rates. Can the Charley E.Johns .
PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" FRESH FUV ALL WHITE LARGE Ii I I I Eti!...GREEN......--STAMPS'oO--.... : d7l.,.._.u_;;..;..KIP-> ........WCLtNIAH I MG wGM aNM W MI W M I I I. 7.02. .BOLO PUMNITVRBPolish I: Agency arrange forsuch
[ CAN [OOMVINOKNN. : T."ZZO OH I I." le ex "TOK comeCreamer to : i 'high risk drivers tosl'cure
BO OX: i I't
EGGS 59 I J." K. CHOWOIN AINAPFI I't" Sealer i I't ;s'\: .. IS I their insurance from
.
E 001 ; i I't *. CLAM CMOWO"[ :, 1* t '\ 11000 TMKU run 13 'l aooo. THRU.....,pt... .
rtm I .
._':. .'\. aoao TNNU ro.i. .. 1"t7 "IS ooo. TNHU.....,..... : /f4 ...""..M...'...., .....a...........irs......u.........?.......j I'pe<'laity companies athigoher "
: ........*.u...,."U.MOO...................: ................m....' ................-..................... than normal rates?

Charley E.

JOHNS AGENCY

MOST
Ammi 131 So. Walnut St.

, __ Phone 944-5070



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\ Crews Services Held. -
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For Mrs. Alderson, .t""j(? ? > M' '
Services HeldThursday : ;: .

Resident Of Waldo ; <; : : ; )'i

A.M. &.wv"" ;
Mrs; Emma O. Anderson, 84. "

Wesley Crews 70, of Starke of Waldo. died Sunday afternoon

Hospital died this following week In a a Gainesville brief Ill County upon Hospital arrival at following Bradford a ttif/io# :!Mti l/1iJd J/JtIf f, /JJtf.Je@j99"1

sudden illness. She was born laCampvllle )
ness. .. ,. ""..,., .,., .. .. .
Born in Bradford County on on May 29, 1884. :, <:... .. .: .
March 23, 1898 the son of the Surviving are three sons .,. .....:.):.....,.:,,..'. : I I

late F. L. and Addle Groves Marvin Manning, of New Boa- I .. -- : ---- .. iIIl. :0::-:
Crews, Mr. Crews was a member ton. Mich.; Lester Manning1. t:+
of the Union Primitive Bap Adrian, Mich.; and Edward BAYLESS HIGHWAY
tlst Church. Manning. Waldo; two sisters. GRAHAM: BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH .
-.:.:
Surviving Is his wife Mrs. Mrs. C. L. Herndon Groveland; .Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- ..
and Mrs Minnie! (Mae Ra Worship, 11 m. and 7 p.
Bessie Howard Crews of Starke: a. Ing Worship Service, 11 a. m.;
a sister Mrs. Leila Mae Hiattof Tampa. m.- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. Training union 6:30: p. m.; Eve
Funeral services were held at ::::::::::: '"'' """
Crystal River. Fla. and several NEW RIVER BAPTIST ning Worship, 7:30: p. m. i ?: I
nieces and nephews. 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones Memorial Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Prayer Meeting Wednesday, .tf9.P"
Services were scheduled from Chapel with Rev. A. O. Worship 11 a. m. Training 7:30: p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wednesday
and C. Williams
the Union Primitive Baptist Flynn Rev. T. Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship.) 7:30 p.m.; Choir Re. I :;:;::!:?' '" ':;!itm
Feb. 6 at 11 officiating. Interment was la HE M \"i.C.4. 1Ir lIL' IJ//
Church. Thursday, hearsal 7:00 VNG1l ][N
Wednesday, : m.
;
p. : <::) .IlL V .. .
a.m. with Elder O. M. Yar- Santa Fe Cemetery with De. 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser- Brotherhood meeting last Mon- :: :::':::: .L. ::::::::: ::::

brough and Elder Jorn For. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in me-L.vice, 7:30: L.p. Parker m. Everyone, pastor.wel day In each month. Rev. David. ::: How wonderful young love is. Going steady 'in the jrreate! For) the hox of candy( he .t1! ?'

sythe officiating. Burial was In charge. Medelros, pasto'r.CIIURCII. :: brought! her, he was rewarded with a hUll and a delighted squeal! "They're wire of each \13:.: :3333:::
the family plot In Dyal Cemetery CHURCH OF CHRIST other Life is wonderful! :y:::

under direction of DeWittC. SENIOR Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; OF GOD 33 However, steadies! break up, lover i>art younjr' heart are crushed. Life seems ended. ::

Jones Funeral Home of CITIZENSIt Morning Worship and Communion 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark ?f.:' It is hard for them to believe it when we tell l them that another one will come along to f;:{:
Staike. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
Service 11 a. m. Evening claim their hearts.!

was a great day for Senior services 6:00.Wednesday: Services 1') a. m. and 7:30: 7:30p. p. yi:; Aren't we a lot like youngsters( in love in our relationship with God? If things! don't f.
Meeting Friday
m. Prayer :
Five CandidatesFor Citizen on January 28 when 36 Worship service T mo-Rev, Chester J. Shouippe, }::, go our way, we adolescently! feel that God doexn't love ux. We blame Him for what our ::::
members! and guests attendedour p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell pastor ;::p lack of wisdom! has brought us. When he doesn't allow us everything we want, our f ff ::

Three Seats annual luncheon at the NORTIISIDE BAPTIST :f: 33 hearts! pout. :;

On Brooker CouncilFive Holiday Inn. CHURCH HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1333: 3.3: God would have us know that he lueus with a mature and! everlasting lo\e. He loves ::

Rayburn We were and sorry his wife that could Gene not Schedule of services: Sunday (Highway 100 at Theressa) i 3 us! as we are, even with all our faults' He stays faithful when we falter. He yearns for j3 ::3:3:::

candidates have qualifiedfor attend owing to other engage School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Sunday. School-10 a. m. us when we turn away from him. He never withdraws The Psalmist comforts us with ::::

three seats on the Brooker ments, but it was a great pleasure 10:45: a. m. Training Union Morning WOl'sh1p.-ll a. m. :: this! saying: "Thy faithfulitemi;;' ;in unto all (jt'iieivttiini'; God; ,i.. near to all who call upon| > 1:{

City Council that will be filled to have Randall Davis and 6:45: p. m. Evening ServIce Training Union.-S:30: p. m. him. We invite you to come to Church this week. ;:

In the municipal election set his wife come representing the 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service Evening WOI'shlp-7:15: p. m. Sy
for Tuesday Feb. 11. Recreation Dept. Other guests Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer (Services ,
A. B. Adams and J. C. .Stale were Vernon Olin of Lawtey -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle :: :' ',aA4a i

naker, two newcomers to the and Mr. and Mrs. Smith and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Packham, pastor. i I ............
Brooker 'political scene, qualified Mrs. Cotton of 'Starke. We look Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. ,
for the three incumbentswho forward to having these good Morning! Worship 11 a. m. Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD i. eas kJ

had previously qualified: people become members. of our Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Prac- OF STARKE I .i.
Roy Carroll. Ted Blgham, andJ. club. tice, Wednesday: 8 p. m. West Weldon St. and Raiford j ij

R. Molt. Mrs. Mary Allen gave a report Rev. Robert D. Burch Road
Other incumbent officials who of her activities! with CUBB Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I j I

are seeking, re-election': have which is spearheaded by Mrs. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: 11.. m. Morning Worship;
no opposition are Mayor M. O. Thelma Dixon for the Bradford Schedule of services: Sunday 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: J JP. .

Harrell, Town Clerk T. E. Tom County Area "Much has to be School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. in. Evangelistic Services j I
my Cox. and Marshal Leroy done." she said, and appealedfor m. and 7:30: p. m. Training. Union Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid !

Stokes, all of whom are serving old clothing, shoes crochet 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack week Prayer: Meeting.
one-year terms of office. Councilmen thread, knitting material or fitolte, pastor. Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. r
are elected for two practically anything. These <<
years. In'n.si: can be brought to the PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCII Y* S<

CUBB office above Chamber of Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a.m.; 'Morn- .
Commerce on Call St. or to Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evening! } ,.zsf

Mrs. Allen's house, 413 Christian vices Booster( Band, Young Worship, 7:30: ( p. m.; Prayer 1 :.
St. Mary also said that a People, and Prayer Service), A Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednes '1 '. ::
Why few willing! hands would help m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. day-Rev. J. C. Heaters, pastor.
also. Midweek p. Service Wednesday, ::::: *::::i::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::f:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::;:;:;:::::::::;:::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;::::::::::>:::::::::::::::::::::::::;::;::::::: Ui1

The Senior citizens can become a 7:30: m. E. R. Bowers D. D.. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ; :i1!;[ \.\N 17f f 1111
p. 3 the hunk h Cod l oppointod agoncy In"Hill' world lot tpmdmg the knowltdgo of Nil low 0 fwS4
part of a National FosterGrandparents Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
pastor. { :!:;r: ,for mon bad..of Nh domond for mon to roipond to that t'lore by loving hit Mighbor. Without ::::::: :::{::
group, organizedby School. 11:00: a. m. Morning i'
Christian : ::::: "Milt' grounding" In the .bra of' Cod no government or locioly" 01 fat of lilo) will, 'longponovort g 33333::::: :.:.::
the OEO. About 4.000 elderly Worship 6:00: p. m. Training: :
people of the low Income group BOATDRAIN STARKE BAPTIST Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening: Wore.3f:: :SI;:;$: and .rho.. hoooomi whkh w. hold w door will lnivilublr| puiih. Thttttait, even : : ::::: ::::
Science are employed in 68 projects In CHURCH. ship. ::: ::::33: horn .wlAiti point ol, view ono should tupoort the (Church lot the take of the wilfoio :;t ::::: ::::
40 states at wages ranging from Sunday School 11 0 a. m.Training:Morn- Wednesday::30 Prayer Ser- ::::: of. himself. .' all. hh ''Dlnll,. loyonol Mat', honovof, every pawn ihould uphold and potIklpctt F+ ::::: ::::
ing Worship, a. m. : In ,tho Church because It 'tollt tho truth about ', lilo, death and doiliny, 'the
:333:: man ; :;:: ::
$1.25to $2. Further informationcan 7 Evening Worship, vices.. 1st and 3rd Wednesday ;:: OIIN ::
Monitor be had from Thelma Dixon 8 Union p. m. p.Prayer m. .Meeting, WednesdaY night 1:00: p. m. Family night. ?:r ::::: Irwrh "tilch alone will ut him frtt to Hn 01 a child of, God. seal..,...Ad..S.r, :::::: ::::
or by writing to Foster Grandparent ::::: :::: ::::
Office of Economic: Opportunity. 8 p. m.-Rev. Virgil CHVRCII OF JESl'S CHRIST '*X $ t m=m < "' @ *' ., 'wmWA, X

recommends 1200-19th St. Washington Lov tt, pastor. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS

D. C. 20506. These worthy (116( East Call St.)

read projects should be supported as FIRST BAPTIST: CHURCH.. Services: Priesthood, 8:45: ;
yon I : : :: :
it means 'helping those who can STARKE Sunday School. 10:00: ; Sacra-

I I localnewspaper not help themselves. Sunday, Feb 9 Sunday' ment 11:00: Branch President,
your' ( If you are under Medicare School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Wor- Dean Hanson,904-C278.

Plan B and you had to go to ship, 11; sermon "God's Claimto n

your 1968 doctor you a can number carry over of timesIn any G.:'Our A. meets.Hearts.at ,home" Intermedtatgt of leader.j 'r"..KlNGSLEX" '- .'CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST: ......:.. *. .....,."'?\\\i! ::- .".", -.w t.tl ',{>:'* V'V'J V "*f tw' !wry' #/t>#- :..:.:.

medical expense incurred in Mrs. Ruth Reynolds. 12:15: p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training ::::
Your 'local of what's newspaper keeps you informed the months of Oct.. Nov., and Training Union, 6:15.: Evening Union 10:15: a.m. Morning "66"SERVICE 1 11
happening in your SHELL STARKE
HURST
Dec. and apply them to 1
your 7:30 "Recipe Worship 11 Evening Worship
area- community events public Worship, : ; sermon n. m. FAULKNERGULF
meetings, stones about people in 1969 bills For instance if your for Success." 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer 111
your vicinity. These you can't-and medical costs were $20 from Monday, Feb. 10 Trustees Service Wednesday 7:30: p. 1 SERVICECarl
shouldn't do without. Jan. through Sept. 10G8 but for Meeting 5 p.m. Youth Choir 7; m. Come let us worship. together( SERVICE r
HOW THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTSYOUR Oct., Nov. and Dec., you -had Lottie Moon, 7:30.: -Rev. Allen Price, pastor 1 Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph 964-7231 :11
LOCAL PAPER an additional expense of $70 Tues., Feb. 11-Helen Masters .. ANDU'.HAUL
The Monitor specializes in analyzing that would b.e a total of $90 for, Group meets at the church, 10 SIYRN.MISSIONARY: ,:'- Tire TruingHeadlight 1 1
and interpreting national and world the year. Subtracting $30 from RENTALS
meets BAPTIST CHURCH
Ida Darby Group m1
a.m.
news one with of the exclusive largest dispatchesfrom news bureaus the $70 and adding that to the with Mrs. W. F. Glenn, 2:30: 1 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services '.' Adjusting :.:.

in the nations capital and former $20 would rover your $50 p.m. Lorena Epperson Group : Sunday School, 10 a. m. Truck Trailer Brake Service
from !Monitor: news experts in 40 deductible: for 19G8. The same meets at home of Mrs. J. E. Preaching 11 n. m. Training

overseas countries and all 50 states. $30 can be counted again toward Hardy, 3 o'clock; Junior Choir Union, SMS;;: I p. m. Evening Wor .!:.: Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and 1
TRY THE MONITOR- IT'S A PAPER the $30 deductible in 1969. and Sunbeams. 3:30.: Primary ship. 7 p. m, Everyone welcome. f Minor Tune-Ups "-
THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY Since your medical expenses Choir and GA's, 4:13.: Ethel -Elder A. G. Flynn 1>36torf'lRs'r 21-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment i.
----- ------ were $90. Medicare will pay 80per '
Biggs' Group meets with Mrs k 1011 N. Temple Avenue
The Christian Science Monitor PROMPT: ROAD SERVICEAll
One Street cent of what Is left after Hazel Ritch; Brownlee Group CHRISTIAN CHL'KCHSunday Hiway 301 and 100 i
Norway subtracting the $30. Hence
you meets with Mrs. Ted Oglesby. Service:, Sunday PHONE 964.5899
Boston
Massachusetts U.S.A. 02115 Minor Repairs {
would receive 80 per!! cent of ti UO S. Temple Starke :
7:30.: School. 9:45: n. m. Morning Worship -
Please start my Monitor subscription for
$40 which would be $32.Shuffleboard i
the period checked below. I encloseS Wed.. Feb. 12-Prayer Meeting 10:45: 1\. m. Evening Service 617 N Temple Ave. Starke
(U.S. funds). games will be 7 p.m.. Church Choir practice 6:30: p. m. Midweek" Service x
Q 1 YEAR $26 0 month' $13 played at the courts at the 7:45.: Wednesday 7:15: p. m. 1m STARKE BUILDERS :.
Q 3 month $6.SO Pratt St. Recreation Center on Thurs., Feb. 13Association -Charles Reese ministerST. f
Name Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun- Crusade of the Americas Fol !|1 SUPPLIES Inc.; et t LAWSON f
days at 2 p.m. Interested sen- ,
low-Through Clinic, 1st Baptist MARK'S EPISCOPAL
Street _ _ _ _ ions should go there and enjoy Church (afternoon session), 2:30: .CHURCH, ST\.RKE :i"i::: MEAT MARKET 'f.1'
OF STARKE INC. -
some fun in the sunshine. i Hardware ,
Ace
p.m. Evening cession, 7 p.m. Sunday Services: :| Featuring
City The next meeting will be Feb. AND COLD STORAGE rWe fjj
Fri.. Feb. 14Valentine Ban 8:30: ( 0.. m. Holy Eucharist.
11 at 1 at the Paint
p.m. RecreationCenter. | Complete Supplies
State ZIP Code Uuffet Lunch $1.25
quet, Intermediates and Young Church School] :
---p :i7 !0:30: a. m. : Specialize la Custom Slaughter- ;ij
----- ------- -Joseph Kerrlgaa. People 7 p.m., at church.W. 10:30 a. m. Family Service. {:|'s 11 and Sporting Goods, 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. .:j:
A. Hogan. pastor (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd u ing. Cutting and\ Wrapping :Si...
*
............... Sundays anl ith Sundays; Morning! Prayer, 2nd I 1 "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep FreezeWHOLESALE ::|::

FIRST CHURCH.UNITED STARKE METHODIST -J. Thomas St.inb. Rector 1.I,:., 219 Washington St. 964.5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. 11|'

'R Sunday Church School 9:45:

; 4 a.m.: Morning Worship, 111; CHURCH HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 11 U. S. 301 North Ph. 9647600DAD Phone 964.7059 |
WHEN THERE'S A MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.; .
\
(
..
Sunday School 10) a. m. Morn- ,: PALMETTO STREET |
:MYF Meetings, 6:30: Evening .
; ::-
j .: :I 4 Worship 7:30.: ins Worship nt II. Evening "' FLORIQA
PUNCTUREIN Worship 7:30.R: v. Carl |
"" MondayCircle 2. 3:30: p.m. Clarke pastor 11 & BRAD SALES I
II Jr. Girl Scouts, 3:15: ; Methodist |
NEW METHOD
THEPOCKETBOOK 4 Men's Club Covered Dish Sup! FIRST BAPTIST (CHURCH .?;.' EST MODULAR HOMES
'.(
7.TlJe6day
per
: -Circle 4 and Circle HAMPTON: :r:::. ONTROLs CLEANERS :|
Sunday School irt a. m. Morn .
5, 10 a.m. Jr. Girl SCouts 3:15: 24Ft. Wide
4 ing Worship at 11, Training ::::
Under New Ownership ;:
Service Guild, ;
Wesleyan
p.m.; Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night ::a
a CIIIMIW t0.
730.:Wednesday' Circle] 1 and Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followedby :s::};! Also 12-Ft. Wide Your Certified Master j|11
choir practice. Starke Nursing :
4 ..
... HOMES
Circle 3 1 Younger Children's MOBILE f
ajn.; Home service, 2:45: p. m. ::iI Dry Cleaner ;;;

r y 4 Prayer Choir Meeting Rehearsal and Bible 3 p.m.Study Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. .' 539 E. Call St. .=; Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers Free Moth-Proofing |
':8
7:30: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST Heightsand
Phone 964-5745 for FREEr Keystone
.
Come In ando ;. jij
ThurBdaychancel Choir Rehearsal Free Pick-Up and Delivery :
4 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- :::

get cash (In Friday, 7:45-: Older p.m. Children's ing Worship 11 a. m. Training r Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 964.570.4EDWARDS 1|11

Union. 6:30: P, m. Evening Ser ::::
minutes. Choir Rehearsal, 3:30: p.m. vice. Wednesday :! I
: 4 Confirmation 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, f:#
r.Jm Saturday -
7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H.
t 4 Class, 10 a.m.MADISON Butler pastor :: WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT i

4 EDAN BAPTIST CHURCH t< CO. f A
Market !
and
a'i 1i11f1'' STREET BROOKER .:-: Grocery -|
::
4 BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m Morn- Groceries Meats Feed f
e Sunday Feb. 9 Sunday Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training. >s Official Class Rings Better Service For Your ::::

School. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service :f Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL :f::
.
4 11. Youth Choir Practice 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway, ::::
4:30:: p.m. Youth Fellowship pastor. :{: BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. i
Call on us when you need help in repay- 4 Supper, 9:43.: Training Union #
6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15. NORT1ISIDE BAPTIST i 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke
: ing bills Get cash double-quick, Loans Evening Worship, 7:30.: CHURCH

4 Monday Feb. 10-YWA meeting Located en Bayless Highway, Phone 964.7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 961.5312 i Jl:.
furniture. .
made
on your signature, car, 7:30:: p.m.Tuesday ;
(SR 225 at Raiford! Road
4 Feb. l1-RA meet. (ISR 16)). 33 CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
4 $25.00 TO $600.00 big, 6:30: p.m.Wednessday ,
Services: Sunday School, 10
Feb. 12 -Prayer a, m.; Sunday Morning Worship. c: Owned By Those.We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better I ;
( Church
Meeting. 7:30
: TOWN FINANCE COMPANY : p.m. 11 a. m.: Training Union, 6:30p. :
4T Choir Practice Deacons Meeting m.; Evening Service, 7:30: ; f; Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911Vestey .1
8:30.
N. Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday t,
4226
Temple Arc Phone 964-7449 Thurs, Feb. 13 Sunbeamsand I I
;
7:30-Rev, Gl nn L w-
................. GA's. 3:30: p.m. hon pastor. :4

Denton SuovaU.\ pastor. b.;:.;o.;.... ... '" ......... ............." ..... ............-....,........ ........................................... ........................... ............... ............... ... .. i.;
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Feb. 6, 1969


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yyyyy.TH.ERESSA. IWfTTATIOX TO WMf BT THIII" '
BRADFORD. COUNTY; HOARD NFa.OHIDA'b'rA'. .VTtl'6iRla" any such claim or demand not emit Court al Bradford County FLED that an action for divorce COMMISSIONTallahassee. ARD, Defendant.NOTICE ,
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IB, Cstete of Joint 'B. nlea b Florida S3.12S.OO due to the Estate and Florida
of minor
re: .n < mR t10IATIONAL .. custody your Sealed Ol 111T1'P
be o eceivedebyee bids will POWELL DeveMed.la THE of Henry Boed ck r,and. child has been filed alraln.tloou Competitive Rids will TO: PEARL MAY HOWARDclo
the Bradford the Court ef the CoiratyJudge. BANK OF JACKSONVILLE By 1604.18 due to Diane Boedecker.This and you are hereby required 'be received by the State Purchasing John Lambert Store
County Board of Public Instruc Bradford CO".,''. Flo- Sd- Fred Thompson, Jr. Asexecutor money will be kept In a copy of your written Commission until 11:00 Alternate IT
lion until 10:00: A.M. February tide, 1 Prebate. 07't Last Wit and the registry of court for SO days defenses. If any, to It on TheronA. AM. on the date shown for the Andrews, South Carolina
By Dorothy Mills 4. 1969. at the office o-f the Su TO ALL CREDITORS! AND Testament of JOHN U. POwELL and then deposited to the State Yawn Jr., Attorney for following: >fled
lionnlBradfordfCCountyl PERSONS }IAV11O CLAIMS OR deceased.. Treasurer of the State of Florida Plaintiff whose address Is January 1S.1 8(9 Sal of .n ction.forerdivorce ha* been
Phone 473-4518 Court DEllANDS AGAINST" BAlD ES- LAZONBY, DELL GRAHAM. unless some legitimateclaim Bradford County Court House. :Mixed Pine Gum. filed< against you and
you are
Conditions, and
house Bldl Blank.
Starke. Fla.. for the Bale TATS WILLCOX AND BARBER Is made.Charles Btarks Florida and file the required to> serve a copy of your
A A A AA A A A.t A&&&&&& and removal of one concrete You and each of you ere hereby P. O. Drawer J A. DarbyCUrk original with the Clerk of the Specifications may be obtained. written defense If any. on Wil
block house, located on N. Orange notified and required to present Gainesville Florida of Circuit Court above styled Court on or Before from the State Purchasing Commission liam F. Sullivan attorney. for
Hope Baptist Church Street adjacent to the any claims and demand Attorneys for Executor 1/13 4t l/1E February 17. 1969 otherwise a, .William D., BloxhamBulldlnl' plaintiff, whose address Is. P. 0.
Airpark Room 112 Calhoun
Baptist Church which' you, or either c-f you, First publication, judgement may be entered aicslnst Drawer 1030, Starke Florida,
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn( able The to succesful bidder must t>* may have against the estate of 1969. J3.16t/ 1 f !. The Clrenl. Cosirt ef Bradford you for the relief d.en Street Commission Tallahassee, Florida.theright and file the original with the
the said The reserves
move house
ing Worship at 11; Training within forty.Iv. (45) day late JOHN of H.said POWELL County deceased to the County; Florida.SUUJUY WITNESSSlhmycomplaint. seal to reject any or all bids. Clerk or of before the above-styled Feb. 24.Courton 18681
Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wore from! date of award of bid. County Judge of Bradford -- ANN ANOREW3. of said Court at Starke. Florida Executive Director otherwise a judgment may be
ship 7:15: ; Wednesday evening obtained Further Information may be County. Florida, at his office In NOTICE] WILLIAM Plaintiff EDWARD vs. AN- thin January S, 1969. .A1 3. Day' entered against you for the relit
at the office of the 1.2 !t Mla
the court house of said given that CHARLES A. DARBY
County demanded
< Notice !III hereby In the Complaint.
Service
Prayer 7:30: with choir Superintendent of Public Instruction DREWS. D..fendant.NOTICE CouriBr -
at Starke Florida within six under a Court Order In the Estate SUIT as Clerk of Said WltnenH my and seal of
of Bradford OP The Circuit Coart Of The the
County. calendar Beulah M. Moody said .
practice afterward. months from Cojrt
the time ANDREWS nn IS day of
The Board of Publlo Instruc TO: WILLIAM EDWARD EIghth Jndlrlal Circuit Of
of the first a.,*.
New Life Bible Club tlon reserves the right to accept notice. Each publication claim of this ot C. E. Boedecker, n/k/s, Deputy '01.11'U II Florida la Aad Fer BradfordCenety. January(SEAL) A. D. 1989.!
or demand< .
Meetings of the New any or all flee ball be In Charles E Boedecker Deo'd..
Life Bible ChnrTes A. ,
writing
and
shall .
that Clara C. 345 Florida Place .
Thomas L Casey :Jr. state the Oarst Administra Cane !Na.THOMAS Moody puts
Club for students In grades Thomas L. Casey Jr., poet office place address of residence of and trix of the Estate of C. E. Boe Williams Air Force Base I> HOWARD Plain Clerk Hv Beulah M. D :
the claim INVITATION TO IMF
1-6 are held each Mon(a.y after- Superintendent ant. his agent, Ms attorney and decker has deposited with Char Arizona STATE PURCHASING 1122 U 2-li
Nn'l"'
H23 at i-jij/ lee A. Darby. Clerk of the Cir YOU ARE HEREBY tiff.vs. PEARL WAY HOW
noon after school In the mobile ----es sea rear------------.-----------,- -- ---_.- -- -
"Children's Chapel" at Hopa ---- -- -----Lit..R .1..rtl ---r. ---------;--------rL.aa.a..aay


Baptist Sympathy William Church.Rogers brother of i 1 QUICK FROZEN GRADE VA'BREAST i! !e We sell ; i iI

'
Mrs.week Homer at Fort Brinson Lauderdale., died Fun-last only !

eral services were held there I I
Saturday afternoon. Sympathy i I I
,
of the community is extendedto I II U.S.D.A.and
Mrs. Brinson in the loss of I I

her brother. I I Ii
Congratulations i I
I
To Mr. and Mrs E. S. SIbley I Choice .'.l. FAIR
on their Golden Wedding Anniversary I .' : I
which was observed at II I
their home Sunday afternoon 1 11

Jan. 26. Many friends called be- beef steaks !
tween the hours of 2 and 4 to 11 !

congratulate them and wish I WITH
them continued happiness) I I I
PERSONALS I
RIBS roasts.
Mrs. Merle Packham Sr. was II I I
at Salt Springs Monday through! I SUPERMARKETS
Wednesday with her son and I I I

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I II
Merle Packham. Jr., for a visit I I

and to help them complete I II FOOD FA I R
moving and "settling In" at I 2 II I
their home there. Merchants I
Mr. and Mrs. Percy SullivanJr. I SAVE
and "Rusty" visited: her I ell' i FREE ttrtgae rAaM TOO! I

sister and brother-tn-law Mr. I I
and Mrs. Elmer Fulghum Jr., I LB.
in Palatka and her parents and I I I

grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I I I U.S. CHOICE I U I

Marshall Strickland and Mr. BOX I I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I

and Mrs. G. C. Conner, at I __ I THRU TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8th.

Florahome, Sunday.A I 1 I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I
Reminder I SAVE 40* I
A recent bout with the flu 1I
bug which "slowed down" your

correspondent somewhat, plus a
perfect talent this week for PICK-O-THE-CHICK
calling people when they were U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT BONELESSSHOULDER LEAN FRESH

not home resulted In the lack FRYER
of personal items for this GROUNDPREPARED
week's column. We'd like to remind
you again of how muchwe COMBINATION .
would appreciate your calls STEAKFYNETASTE STEAKS
;
(Dorothy Mills 473-4318)) anytime I
you have out-of-town company USDA hi )
USDA
or take a trip, or get a ,CHOICE USDAI JusrjA? '
letter from a son or daughter CHOICE : DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS
CHOICE i ) .
away at college or In service A BREASTS WITH RIBS
etc.. anything else that's news.
That way, it we miss you whenwe
call. we'll still! have your
news Your cooperation whenwe
call you or when you call us
Is what makes it possible to get
the news in, and we sincerelyappreciate PANTRY PRIDE AZALEA BRAND FOODS

it. SLICED : COTTAGELYKE'S PURE 1 PORK : 1i


"Any more deductions in our BACON v. SAUSAGE SLICED AND GRAVY 1URKSY Oft

take-home }pay and some of us MEAT RAVIOLI

will not have a home to takeit

to-James II. Russell The 2
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Helton STATE(Tex ROAD FLORIDASPECIAL) Journal.DEPARTMENTOF 49c L ; 1.39FYNE



TRAFFIC
REGUI.t'1'ItThSNOTICE
IS HEREBY OIVKN:
That the State load at It'..
meeting of January 17. 1969 SWEET TREET -
gave consideration to the re.Ilcereguietlongand JUNE BOY FRESHKOSHER KRAFT TASTE

special In each car BEEF STEW CALIFORNIAPEACHES
made.a. review o-f thu traffic SLICEDPINEAPPLE DILL
Investigation report along with
the recommendation of tho engIneer -
at the location or locations : '
described below:
Bradford County. Road Z90, BEEF HASH
Section 28010 at intureoction
Washington Street In Starke.
Recommended regulation: Semi- 29o CANS 32oz
actuated Traffic IIlgl1oI: with '7.Sox
Pedeetrlal Feature. IN HEAVY 3/I JARFOLGERS
On motion duly made and eenonded SYRUP PKG
the above traffic and
speed regulations were determined -
and
to be reaeonable
basis of the
neC&BSarv: upon the
engineering, and trl\lffle Inveetl-

therefore: and given authority for the eetabIlehment wad- I I I ,,.*V .
of came and the place 1

Inlr IIlgnB elimination of RB the Indicated.of proper exlBtlnlt: marklnllt niece controls for and the i I I DaIlY-Fr.'hd lf| if,$ any fresher.' I I2.Avjl FANCY GOLDEN RIPE I

Whore this >I.J< '\Wte uROWNCor.tsIrSSIONnP eo
Bakery )
; iit.s still in the oven I
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TIe Eight trial Circuit, SWEET BUNS I
CuuatY.Florida.
BrAdr..rd
In JOHN And. For LEE CONDREY Plain- COFFEE I BANANASHEINZ !

tiff v. ECGENIA Defendant WOOLV RTO I
CONDREY:

TON TO Taney NOTICE:'CONDKEY.EUGE Avenue.B TO J.WOO APPEA1t.VER- I FRESH MOUNTAIN GROWN VACUM PACKED I TREAT ASST TASTE: @ 3V$1 1 1I


641..You. y Are I HerobydNitIHCU agalnat thatsyou : I ci I PKO ft I __

has been brought r'/ .
I" the Circuit Florida.Court .by I COUNTRY SQUIREFRENCH I

and John Bradford you Lee are Condrey.County.hereby Ben Donlcl.for required divorce.Jr.to. I 1-,., CB 5 I STICK BREAD........... "..ISt I t I
upon ;
dress serve Plaintiff'I. 105 attorney.Legal Center who.e Ocala ad- I CAN C ; LAYER CAKEPECAN ; LB

Florida ten defense., your If any answer to the or bill writ-of I I CRUNCH.......................... ::.69* I

Complaint] 'In the Clerk of the Cirs I I
aa.me with the I I
cult Court on Or before day
March 196\1\ which
day returnaday of of this Notice to Ap-

tau r tf will be entered against IIO{ are FIGARO NOT LAHGI NOT GIANT
demanded In BOTTLE LIBBY'S

the you. bill for.of the mY Complaint.Wltneee relief hand and. fflclllol TUNA KING SIZE

seal at Starke. Bradford the III day totFlorida OF 1OOASPIRIN
thl.

January.(SLAL) 1909.A. DARHY Clerk CAT FOOD AJAX CORN l .
C1L1ILE9
Circuit Court, Bradford WMOll KtSNIl O* CSIAM SITU
the
of -LAUNDRY DETERGENT
County.B.ulah Florida.51.Ia 51ood1.6D 1d1
By
6.5oz
ONLY 3/25 I7oz
CANS ONLY 5/l
..be Couty 6...... Count. CANS
I. and for Br..r..rd CountyFlorida ;
In Probate. -.
In Re: The Estate of John .
Powell, Dec..d..
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA

oro IN 2 THE ESTATE OF 'SAID DE.CEDENT RICH'S FROZEN CRISP CILLOWRAPPID
: NOt IASCI NOT CIANT BUT BANQUET FROZENPIES TENDEI
notified thata
I You are hereby i
\ written Instrument purportingto YOUNG POli
be the Last Will and Testament TOMATO KING SIZEAXIOM COFFEERICH
of said decedent haG been
admitted Ito probate In said
Court. You are tereby com- CARROTS I BEANS
.
months manded from within the date
appear tInnsaid Court this andcahow' l LAUNDRY PRESOAKONLY.

action ofa aid you Court can.n why adnlltIng the- lO.5ox PINT

not stand said hill unrevoke to pr<>bate .houl4 CANS 8/I 99 8ozPKGS 6/l CTNS 4/l LBPKG

Theron Bradford.A.County Ya..... CountyidaJudg4

Data of tint publicatiolU Jan.
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; Prison Command Deborah Ann Hill
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r RA1FORD r lis Named Homemaker .


Chanqes Hands By MM. Earl Dobba Of Tomorrow.Deborah .
4 hfB

t Ann Hill, daughterof
Sympathy is extended to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill of .
Don R. Hassfurder. 38year last November when he was and Mr.... H. O. Barrington and ktl _' P. Hampton, has been named 1969
old native of Madison Ind., Is transferred to Palford. family of the State Farm on Betty Crocker Homemaker of -':
In his new job, Hassfurder
i iob new Syperlntendent \ Tomorrow for Bradford High'
on as the death of Mr. Barrington's -
of Raiford IState Prison will have charge of 589 employees -
the School on the basis of her score
brother. Curtis Harrington, who
DeWitt Sinclair the and about 3,200 Inmatesat T1- ;-
and passed away in Tampa Wednes i in! written knowledge and aptitude -
man who held this sensitive the Bradford Union prison test on homemaking givento
Is complex. He does not plan any day.Mr. t
position for 18 years enjoying administration and Mrs. Jack Cason cf senior girls on December 3.
home at major changes
his retirement
She is eligible for state
MOJJltrfe. Ga.assfurder. stating that "... we have the Daytona Beach were visiting Mrs. Laurie Mulllns.! chairman of the Bradford County now
was appointed to the nucleus of a good staff here." (Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosierand kindergarten teachers, presides at a planning meeting for ar and national scholarships and :
Louie L. Wainwright Mrs. Alice Cason and other. has also been awarded a spec
position by The staff includes Jim Tom-
iYM area-wide workshop Feb. 7. Mrs. Johann Chancy: CRESC
con. lally designed silver charm
Director of the State Divison pkins, assistant superintendentin relatives here Saturday,
of Corrections, and has been at charge of the East Unit (max and children. of Starke were Fri. sultanl Is second from tbe left seated next: to Mrs. Lucille from General Mills, sponsor of

the prison since last November imum security; ) ; Odell Carlton night and Saturday guests of Payne elementary supervisor.Kindergarten. the contest..
breaking in on the job before assistant superintendent of the her parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl The state winner will receivea .
Sinclair's departure.The Dobbs $1,500 college scholarship and <
Main Unit; and Maj. I.C. McKenzie TeachersTo
new superintendent recei- chief corrections off Terry Jeffries:! of Penney the runner-up will earn a $500
ved his early schooling In Ind- icer. Farms was a Friday night educational grant. The national
iana, and served five years with Speaking of the current trendin through Monday guest of his Host Workshop Meeting winner will receive a $5.000

the U.S. Army as a paratrooper handling inmates, the new brother-in-law: and sister. Mr. scholarship.be .
before moving to Florida and superintendent said"The day is ana Mrs. Wilbur Jones.
enrolling at FSU In Tallahassee. past when the purpose was to Michael Dobbs visited Ms mater Bradford County klndergrarten program during the afternoon
Upon graduation he was awarded keep Inmates in cusody and work and family, the Howard teachers will host .a conference portion of the workshop.A borne by CRESC. Partici-
a degree in public administration them. Today, we have to try Registers In Lake City last arid workshop for teachers principals thrld "resource person" will pants will be served box lunches
with a minor In criminology to remold! them so they don't Thursday.Mrs. end supervisors at Hampton be James Duncan of the Suwan- at cost.
and penology. Before keep coming back time and Ruby Rosier had as recent School on (Friday, Feb. 7, nee Area Physical Education (Mrs. Chancy Is encouraging
graduating, he married Lillie time again." The latest development Retiring Warden DeWitt Sinclair bids farewell to his sue. guests her sisters. Mrs. with more than 75 persons expected Project, based at Lake City, who teachers to bring with them examples
Johnson of Fort Myers. along this line is the cessor Don Ilaasfu'rder.'' Thelma Norman and Mrs. Bulab to attend. will discuss perceptual motor of Items they have found
Supt Hassfurder started with Community Release Program, Norman of Starke. Dr. Don Rapp, assistant director development. Duncan said this especially useful Innovative or
the prison system in 1957 as a whereby Inmates work outside kindergarten) in Starke.In Ing the retirement of L.F. Chap Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones of the Institute of Human: means "teachers working with exemplary In their classroom

classification officer at Ralford. for pay, thus helping to paya leaving for their new homeIn man.Mr. had as Tuesday night guests Development at Florida State children. to make sure that what work plus outstanding. examplesof
He was later transferred to the part of the expense of their Moultrie, Ga. this week, both Sinclair has no firm plans their uncle and aunt. Mr. and University, will be the workshop they see and/what they do go to- art work and other objects
Glades Correctional Institutionat confinement.Mr. Mr. Sinclair and his wife are returning for his retirement years, sayinghis Mrs. Sidney Batton, of Green consultant. He will work '/with .ether." produced by the children.
Belle Glade as classification Hussfurder will move this to familiar ground. first objective will be Cove Springs. teachers and supervisors on The workshop is being arrang. The workshop was planned by
supervisor.In week Into the spacious super- Moultrie was their childhood "a nice, long rest." After that, classroom. techniques, and will ed by Mrs. JcJvann Chancy, con the Bradford county kindergarten .
and baby
1959, he was transferredto intendent's home at the prison home, and they still have close he'll just play it by ear. lie Mrs. DeWitt Crews meet separately with principalsto sultant in early childhood education teachers. Mrs. Lucille
the prison division at Avon with his wife and their six child- family ties and many friends In expects to find plenty of workto and Mrs. Fannie Reddish visited ( discuss the role of the administrator for Columbia Regional Payne elementary (supervisor,
Park as assistant superintendent, ren; Kyle, 12; Danna, 11; Greg, that central Georgia area. do, developing a lawn around Mrs. Treva Lee Newmans in early childhood edu- Education Services Center Mrs. Laurie Mulls, chairman of
and in 1962 was promoted to 8 Susie 7 and the twins Stephenand and family In Starke last
; ; his Moultrie home,and also plans cation. (CRESC), also based at Lake the Bradford kindergarten teachers
superintendent served in that-capacity of that institution.He until. Stacy, 5. All of the childrenare :Mr. Sinclair got his first law to keep showing the prize bird Thursday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. John Watts and Miss Minnie Lee Rowland consultant City, for the seven counties serv- the teachers! themselves,
attending school (the twins ,
enforcement job which have brought him and Mrs. Chancy.
as a police- dogs family of the State Farm were in early childhood ed. ed by CRESC. They are Bradford I
man In Winter Haven and later many trohples over the years. Friday night guests of the ucation for the State Department Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
served as Sheriff of Polk County He doesn't play golf, but thinkshe Gerald Grlffls family. of Education, will discuss (Levy. Nassau and Union. (Expenses LEGAL FORMS. Bradford -. i
GET READY FOR SPRING AT prior to coming to the Ralford might possibly give It a try Mr. and Mrs. Howard Regis. trends In Florida's kindergarten of Dr. Rapp's services will County; Telegraph ph. I
prison in 1949 as supervisor of if he gets tired of yard work 964-6305. I
of Lake City
ter and children
the women's ward and chief corr- and fishing.His !
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JOHNSON & PARIS, GAINESVILLE ectional officer. He was appointed 20 years at Ralford are were Saturday guests 1

assistant superintendent In now a memoryoccasionally Earl Dobbs. .
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Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough accompanied A 'w' ,, M4Y April 1955 upon the death of J.G. turbulent, but for the most part sT .
Fred Belche and f 1
Godwin, and became superint- pleaseant. He leaves with no '. I
POTTEDGERANIUMS endent In January 1956 follow- regret. Shyron Sella and Sonya Yare ; ,
brough to the circus In Jacksonville -
-- last Saturday night.
tss Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gordon
Hearing To Be Bradford GroupIn visited their daughter and fam-

Set In Prison Conservation fly the Harry Parmenteis, In I

, Large Healthy .."."'!i" !. Bribery CaseA District ContestThe Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.Sunday.Wilbur Jones ..',.

: and sons visited Mrs Irene '.
: POTTEDPLANTS preliminary hearing has Bradford Soil & Water Jones and Mrs. Louise BattenIn
r
f still to 'be set In the case of Conservation District has enter- Penney Farms last Friday.Mr. ,.
Prison Clarification! Officer ed the 23rd annual Goodyear and Mrs. Emory Jonesof
Luther Brooks Oliver Jr, charged competition to select the na Macclenny visited Mrs. Mary
here last week with accepting tion's top 53 conservation districts Freeman Sunday afternoon.
IN A WIDE unauthorized compensation according to Paul B. Rev. William Wilson of Jacksonville L ? H

CHOICE OF from inmates. Emery Jr. of Brooker, district a former pastor of
COLORSCa Oliver was arrested by Brad- chairman. Raiford First Baptist Church
ford County Chief Deputy Dolph Activities of the district will and his wile attended morning i
Reddish last Tuesday, Jan. 21, ,be weighed against the perfor- worship services here last Sun-
and arraigned before Bradford mance of other districts In the day morning. ISN'T IT TIME TO START
County Judge Theron Yawn the state In determining the out-
next day. standing district In the annual Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Julian TEACHING YOUR YOUNG
C The defendant requested and event sponsored by the Goodyear Dobbs: will regret to learn :

q was granted a preliminary hearing Tire & Rubber Co. that their son, Stevie, entered last THE HABIT OF THRIFT? ,1
He is free now under $5,000 Bradford County Hospital
bond. The grand award for the 53 Sunday.Mr. .
V\ State Prison Supt Don R. Has-. districts selected nationally will and Mrs. II. G. Barrington -
Each sfurder said the investigationinto be an expense-paid, work-study and children of the State What better way to establish the habit of

Oliver's activities has been .trip to Arizona In December Farm left Friday to attend the thrift-so important to better personal '
going on for a year under, direction 1970,.for oije member of the funeral of :his brother, Curtis -
.r'''''-' -.1 Savings
of R. P. McLendon. district's governing body and Barrington, in Tampa, returnIng money management-than through a f

He said Oliver was apparently the outstanding farmer-cooper- home Saturday.Mr. Account here? And how about practicing
ator in each winning district. and Mrs. Joe Fair and
soliciting bribes from inmates what you preach? Open Savings
Bradford District has taken son, of Jacksonville; visited her
I
and that the present charge
NeedFertilizing Accounts here now!
MARl CO against him Is a misdemeanor. part In the competition several parents. Mr. and Mrs. MallleGrlffls
times in the past and was named Sunday.
Now! the state's second best ells- Felix Richard of Jacksonvillewas
kaW.5 ConeBio. District supervisors Saturday night dinner
USE 1.110". KNVKI.OPK8.with : : trice in 1959. a
PLANT FOOD are A, H Harley Jr., Foster guest of Mrs. Delores Conner.
or without carbon flap-
Bradford Trlrcraph.Ph Slit Smith, Leaton Morgan Jr.. Mr. and Mrs Drew Sweat FLORIDA H
County
MARfCO"Special and Marklee Starling. spent the weekend In Hahlra.Ga. .
$
: J. Reeves and Mr. and Mrs.
.
'
1rFormula" IL baby Harmon daughter.Mrs. McDonald. and new BANK AT STARKE

Delores Conner attendeda
\. hairstyling show In Jacksonville
Member Federal Depoait Insurance Corp.
Sunday.
Plant Food h Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Grlffts! One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

-....... 7L. were visiting their son. Keith.In .
",..!co."INC,OCALA,ft*. the Ed Fraser Hospital In
Especially Prepared WARICO IHANO t Macclenny last Friday, where

For This Area : j. he underwent surgery.

: ; Friends of Keith! will be gladto

25 ]IBs. ,198 along know(fine.Mrs. that he Is getting

A&C ,, her. home Irene Odom last Friday entertainedat night GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryFarm

with a bridal shower honoring
Also Marico 8-8-8 Pellets Linda Ranch, bride-elect of Al-
FOR YOUR LAWN lison Shadd. A host of friends AUTO SALES and Industrial MOTORCYCLES
enjoyed this occasion and the Equipment
t. honoree received many lovely YAMAHA BMW

50 Ibs. 2.20 gifts. BRASINGTONCADILLAC OLDSMOBILE: Santa Fe Tractor, efl de' aHta

SALES & SERVICE FORD Service
FPL Begins Sale Parts -
Fine Selection of Used Cars Farm Tractors & ImplementsUSED 615 W. University 378-2811
r--- New System Taken On Cadillac Trades EQUIPMENT
WEEDS?
HATE For 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 SALES PART SERVICE
Billing
4488 N.W. 6th :$76-2548 MUSICBALDWIN

GET A HEAD START ON A GREENER The Florida Power & Light CRANE

Co. Is announcing a change inits LINCOLN :MERCURY GARDEN SUPPLIES PIANOSORGANS
electric
system of monthly Authorized Sales & Service CHOICI Of THI AIT15TSiP

WEED-FREE LAWN service billings for greater convenience 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373. amMUSICco.
?
on the part of its cus- ;
Johnson & Faris Inc.
MIRACLE FINISH WON'T' CHIP FLAKE, PEEL. tomers. Crane ImportsVolvo ,

.. C' .. Kenitex a marvel of the space age, All bills dated after January MO TrlumiJh.] SEEDS PLANTS G'vtlle Shopping Ctr. 372-5353
JC L 28 will be mailed in envelopes 606 E. University
..'. P scientifically combines the properties of
:.0; Insecticides -Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS MOVERSLong
cards as
APPLY SCOTTS instead of by post Phone 372-4251
-- asbestos, mica, perlite and titanium into will
I BEAUTIfiES a beautiful textured finish for exterior heretofore. The envelopes Distance Moving

BONUSNOW l--; -4 walls of all homes. The Atomic Energy Include permanent customers'record file forma and Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Storage Packing
for the ,
___ l Commission has used thousands of gallons convenient aelf-addressed envelopes :221: I N.W. 8th Ph. 3780478MEN'S Crating Shipping

of Kenitex textured coatings
f I INSULATES weatherproofing to its important new bills will be printedin 4 wheel drive and oars WEAR

.? ...... buildings at Los Alamos New color shades of blue and or- Sales Parts Service
-
BonusJOHNSON .. 1 Mexico. One quick, low-cost, pressure- ange. The top blue portion-" Clean> Used Toyotas Van Service, Inc.

{F-: :;f.: ,.. ..... : sprayed application, without muss or containing! the customer's name, 1700 N, Main 376-1266 STAG 'N DRAG 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle.
Kill Off Those F a.ewad j fuss, onto f rr.me.stucco,blocks or stone, address and the district office 372-4271
., V.. u WATERPROOFS will restore and beautify your home. address of FPL-will be for Griffin Suits

Winter Weeds! 'y '\ _nfeeas. .- ",. A.o.1Iihi Available in a wide variety of colors. mailing monthly payment! to Beauty Academy Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe PAINT GLASSLIDDELL

Over !YZ million worldwide Kenitex ap the company in an enclosed Formal Rentals
1" .' Insist the blue return envelope.The PAINT &
and
... plications. on pioneer Ladies Sportswear
......... "'!' \ orange portion will contain POWELL'S
i ., _ leader in textured coatings, Kenitex I all facts on dates coveredby GLASS CO.

WEATHERPROOFS COST IS SURPRISINGLY LOW! the! billings, kilowatt hours! Beauty AcademyLearn 2 STORES 13 W. UNIVERSITY Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors

., For FREE INFORMATION phone or write used, and payment made, and a Profession. In Your and GAINESVILLE MALL: Tub Enclosures- -- Shower Doors

win be retained by customersfor Spare Time. Pull or Port Time Furniture Tops Windows -
their own records. 219 N.W. 10th. 378-2766 MOBILE HOMES .
/ FACTORY \ CALL COLLECT Customers who prefer, may Awning
& FARIS GUARANTEED | Jacksonville 725-3745 still pay their service bill at 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-8191

\for 15 years ? FPL offices or neighborhood ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSTANG SEWING MACHINES

Over 1200 KENITEX applications now in pay stations.
Mobile Homes Inc.Game.vWe's .
w, north Florida. ELECTRIC National Sewing .I
Discount Mobile '
224 N.W. Alb Ave. GAINESVILLEFree will not NOTICEI be responsible for Motor Repair Co. Home Sale Lot. Machine Co., Inc. .(

Parking On Our Off-Street Lot HANDY BUILDINGS debts made by any person Of Gainesville, Inc. NEW MOON CAPELLAAs Plaff New Home Neleo '
Free Parking! On An Off-Street Lot other than myself.-James Ak- Repairing Rewinding: Low As SlOG Down Used and RepossessedSales t
10453 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, Fla. ridge. 2tp 2-9 New and Used 4820 N. W. 13th 3781346IK Repairs AU Makes ,",

wwwwPage 2816 N. W. Uth Ph. 372-8318 N. W. Uth 372-8191! 611 W. University, 378-1355

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[ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MEIROSE 1 Airport Lease Transfer. Eyed


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-- By City Council At Special MeetKeystone

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Airpark matters fag the structural steel aircraft

Keystone Hilites Services Held were the subject of a special hangar, now located at the

NEWS NOTESBy For Wm. G. Few Council meeting Thursday University of Florida with air-
night, Jan 30, In the city ball. port manager Homer Batter-

By JIM FOX Helen Egan DuPont Employee Airport Committee Chairman field. It had been decided at

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414 Roy Watkins reported that Han- the December council meeting

HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL William Granvllle (Bill) Few. ley It Martin current holdersof to consider purchase of this

OFFICERSMrs. en, of Keystone Heights, died the airport property hay structure for the alrrort.:

WOMAN'S CLUB Keystone with segments of ELECTS. Hazel Rosser was elect- upon arrival at Bradford County lease would like to sell their Because of the costs InvolvedIn

The birthday party on Tuesday earlier correspondence and the of the Clay County Hospital last Friday after rights for the four years remain having the steel hangar dismantled -
ed president
Jan. 28, was a covered- club's previous minutes read. Homemakers Council at the noon. He :had been In ill health ing and that a buyer is avail and moved to Keystone

diSh luncheon! a
table competition and a program for this event and: was assisted Inlet January 28. Other new carried home from work last grower and would begin restoration has also been Investigating the
on
on the history of the Keystone by Mrs. W. Walz. :Mrs. officers elected were: Mrs. Gertrude Friday afternoon when be grew of 100 acres of dead grass possibility of having a new

Height's Woman's Club. P. o. Pappy, Mrs. T. Norwood, Wilkes. 1st vice president worse and directed the driver to at the airpark if the transfer hangar built at the site of the

Mrs. Sara McDonald club and Mrs. Don Wallace.SMORGASBORD : (Mrs. Amber Main. 2nd take him to the !hospital. becomes effective.It present hangar, obtaining estimates -

president welcomed membersand vice president: Mrs. Cora River A native of Tutwiler. Miss., was agreed that any new and comparing costs: to

their guests who were Introduced Tickets are now available for secretary: Mrs. Mildred Mr. Few was a long-time em- lease of airport property would! that of the construction of individual -

to the group. the smorgasbord dinner to be Payton. treasurer; Mrs. Minnie ployee of the DuPont Company require a liability Insurance T-hangars for aircraft

Mrs. A. Malmgren. chaplain held Saturday. Feb. 8, at the Lou Clark, Council delegate: being ''transferred here from policy, and a motion was made housed at the facility.

for the group, offered the blessing clubhouse. You can purchase and Mrs. Norman Johnson, al Baltimore In 1957. An engineer, and unanimously passed to The hay lease and aircraft
prior to the luncheon. your tickets from any memberof ternate. Mrs. Alma Short was he served as supervisor of the Pinewood Derby WinnersThe draw up a new lease for the hangar matters will be discussed

The 12 tables, one for each the club or at the do r. nominated for 2nd vice president plant's technical section. He growers following the same further at the regular council -

month, were decorated in themes Tickets are $2 (Including tax) of the Florida State office. was a veteran of World Warn annual Pinewood Derby the first races). and Mark Kic- guidelines as the HenleyMartinlease. meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 11.,

associated with ;special occasions for adults and $1 (Includingtax The new constitution and bylaws and a member of the Keystone of Club Scout Pack 305, Keystone fer winner of the winners. at 7:30: p.m.

: holidays, and the sea ) for children' 12. years of were adopted. Heights Community; Heights was held ThursSecond row (left to right): Watkins also reported Inspect-

sons. age and younger. Attending from the Keystone Church. day night' Jan.! 30 in the municipal Art Kiefer, Webclos leader;

The winners, voted most at. The dinner will be served club were Mrs.\ Hazel Davis. Surviving are his wife, (Mar- : building with three dens Bruce Bannon. Den Chief: Jackof have moved here

tractive by the members and from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. We had a Mrs. Helen Egan. Mrs. Yvonne jorle; three sons Glenn Hubert 8 to 9 year olds and one WeBannon, Cubmaster; and Mar. dren Hawthorne.who They have a of it, a Biblo Club meets each

guests were as foUows: First sneak preview of the menu, and Mrs. Mildred Payton. and David Few, all of belos den participating. shall Gallop. Den Chief. from !Mrs. Wednesday In a Mobile Church
Dazey live next to
place was the February themeof can promise it Is bigger and Mrs. Marguerite Quallnana, and Keystone; four brothers Leroy Pictured above are Bret trailer and SteinerLMoving In front of Archie's Appliance

valentine decorations: second better than ever.DUPLICATE Mrs. Leafle Kincade.A Few Dupo. HI.; Joe utd Hubert Bannon (left), winner of the Twenty boys, out of the total Maggie from the communitywere Store. It is a non-denomnlation-

place was the October tableof BRIDGE covered dish' luncheon followed Few both of Greenville losers (from competition! bepack membership of 27. participated and Mrs. Bill Logs- al program. The children are

harvest fruits and foliage; The Duplicate Bridge Club the Installation. Officersof Miss.; and Walter Few Helena tween those in second place In In the derby eveute. Mr.two children who left taught the stories of the Bible
and
and third place was the Nov- sponsored by the Woman's Club the Individual county clubs Ark.; his mother. Mrs. HubertT. don and learn Bible verses. The
make
ember table with Thanksgiving meets every Monday evening at gathered in and received Few Helena, Ark.; and two last Saturday. They will Cluj meets right after school
fruits and artificial turkeys. the clubhouse. Play begins groups sisters, Mrs. George Ragsdale their home In Melbourne where and all school children are welcome -
for their various -
indoctrination Wed 50 Years More always
Eight Couples We are
Is employed.
or Bill
!Mrs. John Bird arranged the promptly at 7:30.: offices In conformity with Helena. Ark., and Mrs. Edgar leave to attend.

informal talk on the club's his- The group is growing steadily the new constitution. Williams, West Helena Ark. Honored In Beautiful Ceremony; sad to see families Duplicate( Bridge
tory. Miss Gertrude Houser and proving that "more the Funeral services were held at Melrose. Winners!! last week of the Melrose -
events Beginners
Coming : R M. Vlcfcers\ and Mrs.
and Mrs. H. R. Lawrence traced merrier" really works. start Tuesday 10 a.m. Monday In the Community Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Club
will ,
Sewing Class
the history from the first Last week's winners were: Electric Co-op Church with Rev. LeonF. By Mrs. F. P. Egan ins for a formal reception.The Dorothy Engleke are both hospital were: Mrs. W. J. Grolick and
Feb. 11, at Clay Melrose
year the club was organized In First place with 40 points Mr. under supervision of Mrs. Pay- Mllner officiating. intermentwas On Thursday evening. Jan. bridal table was covered patients. So many with Mrs. Gladys VanNetta. 1st

ahd Mrs. D. Hardy; a tie for ton. This class will be composed in the Keystone; Heights 30 at 7:30: o'clock, the Community with a lace and linen cloth and residents have been sick place; Mrs. Mary Cook and
second place with 39 points be- last Cemetery under direction of Church Women presented. a held twin silver candlestickswith : the flu. but maybe the beauti-' Miss Hlllyer. 2nd place; Mrs. C.
of Septem
of the slgnees
I tween the Fremont Tolles and project Is DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. pageant of Impressive beauty yellow tapers and a bouquet ful weather we have been having W. Hardy and Mrs. F. T. Hogtie -

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS the Aubrey Bannisters; and ber.being Another planned sewing for civic: inter- The family requested that when eight couples who have of yellow mums. The refreshment will chase the bug away.Don.t YouthChoir 3rd place; !Mrs. Paley Boyd
the
fourth place with 38 poInts Mr. ested members and friends.A flowers be omitted. Friends been married 50 years or more table was covered forget that Church and (Mrs. John Surawn.\ 4th
Eliam Baptist
and !Mrs. Albert Bachmann. seminar on electric appli- may make contributions to the were specially honored. They with a lace cloth, and at one of folk place.

BOWLING NEWS wUl be held February American Cancer Society.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVV. were preceded by acolyte Kevin end was a cut glass bowl of will present the religious PTA HEARS NEED
ances on News" at the
musical "Good
The Florida Travel Wyman and their bridal attend- The beautifully -
Northeast Council yellow fruit punch. FOR BOND ISSUE
Cove
18 at the Green \ Florahome First Church of God
Bowling League played on ants down the center aisle to decorated wedding cake There were two guest speakersat
January 12 at the Major LanesIn office.FELLOWSHIP CLUB, YY V the \strains of the familiar wedding was served with nuts and mints on February 9 at 6:30: p.m. Mrs. the Melrose Elementary PTA
Jo Reed is director of the musical -
DIRECTORYRABY'S Ocala. The monthly covered dish march played by the by Mrs. A. H. Hallman. meeting Monday night.

Neoma Nelson of the local luncheon and business meeting INDIAN BEACHLake church organist. Mrs. George A large spray of pink camellias which of the has churches been presentedIn in this Fred Burnett of the Putnam
DeWitt C. Jones had Canova, and were met at the used centerpieceon many
team will be held In the Masonic Hall were as a Those who have seen It County Board of Health discus-
AUTO high game of 191 and high! series altar by Rev.Leon F. Milncr. the piano. area. sed the functions of the board.
Feb. 13 at 12:30 APpointive
-
: p.m. the
on by
Fe
( Bant* ) have been Impressed
of 693. Total wood for Jones'team committee officers will Golden candelabras and 14 Assisting :Mrs. Raymond Star- He also talked about the dutiesof !

SERVICE was 3831..The team took be announced by the president. By Michael H. ChlttXPh. yellow tapers centered the sanctuary flee director of the program, work these young people aredom& to those who work there and
475-2171: The public Is Invited
two points from Jet Lanes In altar, with golden urns were the committees on church & programs that are available to
Mrs. William Beam Sr. The is
Complete Auto RepairsAir pro- attend the program when It
the competition.The gram will be In charge of Treasurer 4AA&AAA&AAAAAAAAAAAk&. of yellow chisyanthemums and decorating, Mrs. Albert Nelson In Florahome. 'the public.
Conditioning Repairs will be play- white gladioli on either side. and Miss presented
local team Mrs. S E. McKay, Carey Ferrell Putnam County
Julius Hanson. Membershipdues
& Automatic Transmission Ing against Ocala on February Howdy there neighbors, thuhere's : : White tulle and satin streamers, Gertrude Houser. The flower Red Thompson Cub Master School Superintendent, talked to
of will be accepted by
$1
has ask-
of the Cub Scout Pack.
()
ServicePHONE 9. at Jacksonville Beach. ye ole happygoluckyrolling centered wlthlmles- f-the.val1ey committee which made all the the group about the need of a
Mrs. Hanson. reporter with, the good miniature bells, were teutonnieres. ed that any of the boys In this
473-4404 TEEING OFF COMMUNITY: CHURCH and gold bridal nosegays and bond issue in Putnam County.
On Thursday, the ladies of The Executive Board of news. How about all that beautiful tied to the pews for the honored was composed of Mrs. area who have .been membersof The School< Board is not definite -
Little Lake Bedford the Cub Scouts and still have
been having

we've
weather
the Keystone Woman's Golf Association Church Women met Jan. 27 and guests. Miller Wrinkle chairman and whether or not one Is up-
contact
(WGA) had their lately. It does you good to The bridal attendants each Mrs. Charlie Ogden Mrs. Robert their uniforms. to please coming. Mr. Ferrell discussed

CONCRETERODUCTS weekly tournament at the the discussed following programs were get outside, and soak up some carried a small nosegay of Dodd Mrs. Frank Itgen, him Several boys in the Pack what the money would be used

course with 16 participating in : Family Dinner on of that wonderful sunshine. tulle and satin ribbon and satin Mrs. Clifton Strickland. Mrs. &. are without uniforms and are for. Unless money is made
Feb. 13 at 6:30: p.m. with members to them. Since
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR the 18-hole tournament. This!. of David Nelson'scircle Joyce Barton and I did some streamers centered with a pink C. Stripling, :Mrs. E. A. Tlmxnlns unable purchase to available there will be a serious
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE was a match play tournament Mrs. of fishing last week while It was camellia which had entwined In and Mrs. J. W. Warren. the uniforms are supposed problem of overcrowding' in the

THE BEST FROM where the winner not only had in charge. World Day warm. Even though we had bad its petals two symbolic golden Mrs. S. E. Kennedy was general be worm: only by Cub Scouts, Putnam County School System.
Prayer for all churches of the those who
like for
he would
to ,beat her partner but also The luck with the fish we both rings. chairman of the reception and Most of the money would be
Edward's Building liad to beat "par" In order to community Church on Feb.will 21.be host really enjoyed ourselves 'Just The brides' nosegays were ox refreshment committee, assistedby have uniforms they don't needto spent for construction.
Community these
:win.. ,(:get ting out on the lake, and gold tinted white camellias, Mrs. David Nelson and Mrs. contribute them so The slate of officers for next
I at 2 pm.'ln' the sanctuary. will have uniforms.The .
Supply, Inc. A play-off will be scheduled PERSONALSMrs. getting away from everything., centered on ruffles of white :Myron Prevatt Sr. boys will meet year was presented and accepted
prior to February 10 to determine I .strongly suggest this medicinefor tulle and satin ribbon on small Bridal Gowns Woman's Club as follows: Mrs. Martha
726 S. Main 3724844GAINESVILLE. the winner. of this tourna- Robert Bruce and small any of you who are tired of White Bibles. A tear-drop pearl For this occasion; Mrs. Holt Wednesday for a business session. Dorman President: Mrs. Alyeen

FLA. ment. son of Hackensack N. J. are claying in the house all Winter.It was nestled In the center of was attired In a gown of silver Smith Vice-president; Mrs. Pat
visiting her parents. Mr. and Melrose Volunteer Fire
The
WGA have sure does wonders for you. each flower. Mrs. Byron chose a soft
Members of the gray; Dougherty Secretary; and Mrs.
Mrs. Newton Hook of Lake Ge $6
still
is collecting
been Invited to attend the 9- Monday night Otis Melton Boutonnleres for the bridegrooms gray-blue brocade; Mrs. Kyle'3dress Department Barbara Smith Treasurer.
NURSERY hole golf-a-round at Golden neva. Mrs. Hook has been a and I visited! Aunt Corine Hudson and ushers were white of beige with a ,200- dues from residents in this Bill Black Melrose athletic
patient In Bradford County Hospital who :have not paid.
yet
Club in in Alachua General Hos- and gold-tinted camellias fashioned heirloom satin scarf; area Instructor
Hills Golf & Country year-old discussed a workday
O.C. Carnes NurseryNursery Ocala, on February 18. back, undergoing tests but is pital. She is still having a lot ,by members of the church Mrs Hanson wore white satin Dues may be paid at Chiappinl'sGulf to be held Feb. 15.
home
Stock All ladies who are Interested now. of trouble with her lungs and and the Garden Club of the and carried her wedding Bible; Station or sent to Col. The meeting was adjournedand
William Reynolds Sr. entered The :is!
Ralph Stevens money
Plants Fruit Trees Ever. In attending the golf match and Buffering quite a bit. My par. Lakes. Mrs. Titus chose white lace. refreshments were served.
Bradford County Hospital maintain fire department
needed to a
greens Landscape Plants & Con- luncheon are asked to sign up late last ents. James and Crlckett. and Rev Mllner. In conducting the and Mrs. Haberstroh. white CUB SCOUTS
week. in Melrose.There .
tainers. at the club. The deadline for my brother Wayne visited Mr. ceremony named all the couples satin brocade; (!Mrs. Williams PLAN BANQUETThe
Mr. and Mrs. John day at
Thornqulst and Mrs. George Scott of Hawthorne "Johns and Marys." The white lace over satin. and will be a work of
CAMELLIAS it AZALEAS entering is February i.RO'I II. wore monthly meeting Pack
of
Clarendon Feb.
Hills Dl. were recent Melrose School Saturday,
Tuesday night. Thursday nuptial vows were reviewed in !Mrs. Walz combined a white 109 held
Florahome 639-2163 was Tuesday, Jan. 28,
Hwy. 100. .
NS INFORMED visitors of :Mrs. Ruth Ohl- 15 for fathers. Coach Bill Black
went to visit the "re-
night my parents traditional manner and lace dress with >the white satin, at the Parish House.
Let Us Do Your Landscaping (.:N .VJW:: AIRPORT son. Mr.\ Thornqulst Is Mrs. With Aunt Corine. Then Friday, married" couples and their attendants bead-encrusted train from her Is In charge and plans additional Opening ceremonies were under

Clyde W. Simpson Jr., a Ohlson's nephew. Her foster Mother went back to the hospital were then seated In original gown. work for the Playground.. lie the direction of Den 4.
member of the JacksonvillePort niece and husband, Mr. and plans to weld pipes toegther to
USED CARS to sit with Uncle Alfred special pews for the musical The following couples were Cub Master Red Thompson.
Authority and James F. Mrs. W. H. Grams and daughter make new playground equipment
and his daughter Faye by the
Hudson program presented unable to participate but shareIn Introduced the new neighborhood
Howard manager of the new of St. Paul, Minn were recent and needs some fathers
Aunt Corine direction of
Hanks Used Cars Hamilton because Church Choir under the congratulations and good : Commissioner! Jack Layman
Jacksonville International Air- guests also. to help dig holes and set the
was worse. Mrs. Canova. wishes extended on I this occasion ) who is retired and lives
BIG CASH DISCOUNT port, were guest speakers at 'Mr. and Mrs.! George Ashton Mrs. H. A. Holbrook Is back The lead couple was Dr. Albert : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence equipment up. Any father (or at Lake Geneva. He has been
the Keystone Heights Rotary of Fitchburg, Mass. visited the older brother) who finds some
and son- Ackley Holt,
TERMS visiting her daughter C. and Mary Sipe, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph connected with Scouting since
BUY SELL TRADERT. Club last Friday. Bernard Slocombs! last week. Jn-law, Betty and Roy Griffin attended by (Mrs. J. B. Henry. Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Frank free time Saturday is welcometo 1914 and has! served In nearly
The guests were Introducedand Mrs. Ottilia Weckler has moved come and help. Let's hope
for a few weeks. The Holts were married on Price, Mr. and Mrs. Charles all positions.! :Mr. Layman will
1, BOX 90 welcomed to the club by to the Ormond Beach, Retirement there's more participation than
and Barton entertained 23 1908 in Mlddleburg, N. !Mrs.
Pete Joyce; Dec. Donohoe. and Mr. and also be the guest speaker at
Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S. SUrke the program chairman. Jim Home. there was the last time a workday
'!her parents Mr. and Y, JoJJA /t. Williams.'mYvvvyvvyifwv'v. the annual Blue and Gold Ban
Whaiton who discussed their Mrs. Aughtry Vance returned Mrs. C. F. Ward of Starke on W. C. and Amy Dom Byron was held. quet.
REPAIRS Individual efforts In coordinating from Alachua General Hospital yfYVMELROSE In case your children are
WATCH their anniversary with a family were married on Oct. 29, 1913 Guest. speaker for the evening
and promoting the plans for last week following surgery. supper last Tuesday :night. In Washinston. D. C. Their not already taking advantage
(Continued'! On Next Page)
Crawford the new airport located 13 Those attending the gala event bridal attendant was Mrs. Ruth --- ,____ _
Anthony
0' "
miles northwest of downtown success of the new airport, were: Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ohlson. ..

Watch Repair Jacksonville. Simpson said that the traffic Watterson and family, !Mr. and Louis and J. Dell Arthur Kyle

Simpson and Howard furnished flow through the terminal building !Mrs. Robert Ward and Mr. and were; married on Oct. 11, 1913
Service the members\ with background has increased 11.1 Per cent Mrs. Leroy Lovell and family In Welch, W. Va. Their attend- By Joyce Rowe CAMELLIASONE

information which Indicated over last year. He attributed all from Starke. ant was Mrs. Charlie Ogden. aAAAAAAAAAAAa..AAAAA&A
All Makes and Models why the new airport wasa this Increase to the better ser- GenevIeve Starling and Helen Thomas and Elise K. Hansen YEAR GRAFTS

PHONE 473-4219 necessity for Jacksonville and vices which are provided and Lagrasse were visiting. Mr. and were united in marriage by the Congratulations to Mr. and

Keystone Heights Fla.Hlway the surrounding area. Simpson made possible by the new facilities. Mrs. Owen Bryant over the brides father, a Lutheran! minister Mrs. Eddie Joe Hlgglnbotham Betty Sheffield's. Tome

100. 2 i Miles East of said that the old airport could weekend.Mrs. in Orskilde Denmark on on the birth of a daughter Wednesday row's Carter's Sunburst,

Keystone Heights not salsfactorlly accommodate HERE 'N THERE D. W. Carpenter was visiting April 22, 1914. Their daughter Jan. 29, In Alachua Dr. Tinilex, R. L. Wheeler $ 00

Front of the six major airlines which Martha Jane SchaeTfer. In Jacksonville last Thursday Mrs. Frank Kromberg. was the General Hospital. She was named Varigated, Lady K, China 5
Watch for Sign In are now serving the new Jacksonville youngest daughter of Mr. and and Friday. attendant. Bobbie Jo. Jack Oliver of Doll, Mark Allen and

Route International Airport.In Mrs. George Schaeffer, was a Fred and Vera Swearingen Charles and Helen Stevens Melrose Ls the maternal grand- other ,

discussing the apparentHe's patient in Bradford County were visiting her mother Mrs. Titus were married on June 15, ra her. many

Hospital last week. She la now Mathls in Jasper Sunday. 1914 In New York City. Mrs. Guests last week at 'the home

at home, and Is feeling much Billy Bell of Keystone, and Bernard Slocomb attended them of Mr. and Mrs. "Red" Thompson OPEN SLATCHSTRING

better these days. Otis Melton of Hampton were Thursday night. were his mother, Mrs. Ma-

Mr. and Mrs. Ty Garber and supper guests of the Chilly's William and Grace lags Wale rie Sumnors\ of Tampa, and
NURSERYRt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottinger Sunday afternoon.As were married in November 1916 their son and daughter-in-law,

attended
I Circus In Jacksonville on Sun reading this week's poem. Joyce Nelson was the attendant. and son. Butch, of Belleview.

day.Col. Barton and I found a wounded Charles and Gladys Crawford We would like to welcome to VISITORS WELCOME
and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton Blue Jay along the canal between Haberstroh were married by our community Mr. and Mrs.

were visiting with Col. and little Santa Fe, and Alto. the Irlde's brother Rev.' Morte Allen Rutledge and two chll-

Mrs. Jim Chesslngton.MaJ. Well I decided to let Leeon tell crawford. In Lock Haven Pa.
Jim Peterson left Wednesday you about it. So, until next on Sept. 7, 1919. Mrs.; Thomas - - -p w W p w p-p w p WTONIGHT a----- -

for Wright-Patterson Air week "May the good Lord bless Norwood attended at the re

Force Base in Ohio. and keep you all." Now here's marriage" ceremonies.J. .
Within Easy Reach Mr. and Mrs. D. Wise, of Leeon. Azzle and Irene Thacher

Danville, HI. and Palatka were LEEON'S CORRNER"Poor Williams were married in Atlanta !

When You Bank By Mail visiting Mrs. Lea Stephenson Blue Jay" Ga. on Oct. 23, 1919. Their

]last week. Mr. Wise :Is a golf While traveling down 'the canal, attendant last Thursday night ..-,:'

From you to one of our tellers' deposits professional In Illinois.Dr. A strange thing we did see. was their daughter, Mrs. E. A. I Try Our Delicious Fresh :;" i, ,___

go to the carefree way when and Mrs. Shipp and Mr. But a poor little wounded Blue Timmlns. : "r' .) ,
Morris, all of Gainesville. were Following the musical program \ft '
Jay. Boiled Shrimp in the Shell /< -l'
you "bank" at your nearest mailbox. dinner gueets of Mr. i .
Sunday Ae he fell from out of a tree. by the choir, and a solo, c

Just: see us for free bank-fcy-maU, and Mrs. Ed Dwyer. But we didn't stop, "Wedding Song," by Mrs. Rob- ALSO \\,, t-f '

forms and envelopes save time NEARLY NEW SHOP We just chugged: along our ert Hendry, the more than a ;, ;\
HAS REOPENEDThe _
hundred guests and honorees retired Charbroiled "
way.
Steaks
I and steps.! Women of St. Anne's We Just flggered time we got to the educational build- 1' :5' .
_..
Episcopal Church :have reopened .
: -
.>,1., ;"
Bank regularly in your savings account. See your their project the Nearly He'd back.be flown away. I Seafood Fresh Frog Legs .', ,< :. '

faster. New ShoP. in the building at When started home, We took it home with us.
money grow we
the rear of McKay's. office. The He was still lying in the bush. To see what we could do. Enjoy your favorite Cocktail in pleasant surroundings

hop will be open from 9 till 3 And the poor little thing could- But poor little Jay was doomed, (Package also)

KEYSTONE STATE BANK on Fridays and Saturdays with n't fly. And his flying days were

a variety\ of Interesting item, little push through. HOLIDAY e
Even with a RESTAURANT
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Including clothing for eale. Joyce picked him up and examined Poor little Jay passed on, KeYS ::: 'hts
Mrs. Mary Cook Is chairman of him, At approximately one: eleven.

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly this project and all persons who But nothing we could eee. Now he's In that big nest In the Lounge Open Until 12 on Weekends

iave saleable Items they would couldn't Imagine sky, Dining Room 9 AM Monday
Community." And we just open 9 P.M. Daily, Except
like to donate may call Mrs. Why It fell out of the tree. Poor Jay's gone on to "Bird

Cook Sit 473-42..... Heaven." -



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-- .- --- ---- rvyvyyvvvyYYwvwvvvvvv main and branch stations
Navy Recruiting I
Chamber
Chief Signalman Roy J. Rod
.
__ G'ville Office
gers Is Recruiterincharge, ao-
MELROSE 'Most Improved' elated by Petty Officer Marvin

H. Thompson. Jr.
Awards
By Joyce Row The Navy Recruiting Branch Contributing to the quota

Station In Gainesville has been production were 52 enlistees
aAAaA&AaaAaa..aAa AA. named the most Improved of from Bradford and Union counties -

Made at 1968 by the Commanding Officer which are served by Local
IFrom Preceding Page)
of the Jacksonville recruit- Board No. 18, Selective Service

was Bill Black, Melerose Ele- :Ing district, which includes an Mrs. Rhoda Dampier Clerk.

mentary School physical education of Florida and Southeast Georgia. Chief Signalman Rogers and

DinnerA Instructor, who spoke on Petty Officer Thompson are the ,

.<, the monthly theme which was The Gainesville Station moved .- Navy recruiters in this area.
.: "physical fitness." from 16th to 3rd place In They may be reached! at the office

challenge ior greater community ---,, The Cubs have. been afforded quota production among 22 of the Local Board No. 18
the honor of the opening flag *t 4444 Q West Madison (Starke
cooperation and support
at the next PTA Tuesday from 10
)
ceremony Plaza every
"was sounded by the new Chamber ]
of Commerce president Ley-' meeting son. won the coveted Blue Rib! to 11 aJD.
It was also announced that
LaNier who became the
ree the annual Blue and Gold Ban- bon.This -
first woman) to hold this position< ., was followed by an Induction -
quet, celebrating the 39th year MATHEWS
here when the gavel passed to( ceremony. Four Bobcat
will be :held Febru-
of scouting,
the 22nd annual membership pins were awarded to the following
her at -
ary 25 at the Parish House. At Well
night Jail recruits. Dudley Cameo Drilling
dinner Thursday :T
-- this time the Pack Charter will
-- Jerry Carter Rodney McIntosh
30.In tha be officially presented.The : and Wendell Williams. The cos- Melrose Fla. ..
her acceptance speech Reclpents of major awards (from left): State Representative Gene Shaw. Outstanding Young Adult awards went to several dens then competed ,
new president said the Chambershould : :Ing/ ceremony consisted of Striking Phone 475.5"lOlMyers
serve as a catalyst for: former Senator Charley E. Johns Dave Paulk, dnd County Judge T.'A. Yawn Reggie Flynn and Phyllis; Meng Bradford In several games demon- of the colors, by Den 3, led

.bringins about countywide cooperation Another award winner, Mrs. Clara liazen: is not pictured.. High School Seniors. strating physical fitness.keen Competition and- by Den Mother Betty Duncan. Pumps
was very
In all worthwile pro president-elect. M. A. BaJdThe Invocation and closing! after a close contest Den 4, led There was a nice display ofraft.s SERVICE

jects. "There will be no limit" as Paulk, .a heavor: equipment, service >to their community In :win new, who 'will tKo office In prayer were given iby Rev. by Den Mother: Agnes ThompPUMPS the: Cubs.and handwork made by and REPAIRS

to what we can accomplish she operator, was la.uded "as a person varied activities while at the January 1970. Robert Burcti.CLASSIFIED : --

added.A who for over 20 years has same time fulfilling/: their regular .

cap-aclty. crowd of more than given of himself to 'his! community responsibilities at home and

200 attended the! annual dinner!: and its people. He !)has never In school.A .

at which four adults and two refused to help any organization special award> was presentedby
"ycung adults" received citations church or governing
or President LaNier to.: former
for outstanding service to has been solicited -
body when help
State Senator and Acting Governor -
the community' In 1968. white
black and
aiding both Charley E. Johns "in recognition

State Representative Gene in schools and churches throughout of 28 years of leadership

Shaw Community Service the county. He has provided while serving as Representative

Dave Paulk] -HumanitarianMrs. manpower equipment find Senator, .and Governor." '

Clara Hazen C vlcOrga..n1zatwn earth fcr Improvement of the and his many contributions and New Innersprings USED VACUUM cleaners re'I'I George E. LaRue

Service. county hospital, and most cemeteries cervices to the ;people of his AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop __ NEW AND USEDSALESPARTS4SERVICE__ conditioned $15 up. 10 .
choose
have had the name brands to INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
County Judge T. A. Ya.wn- in the area district. Us A Card or Call I
Good Citizenship. benent of his free help and advice Ralph Bradford of Ocala, a Up to 15 words ___- 1.25 PALATKA EA 5-9166 Parts & excellent repairs all > Fire Homeowners
Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells makes. KIRBY SALES &
and ReffjleFlyiin. Roberts said. (
IPhylls Meng former official of the U.S. Chamber
Hazen was cited for her MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE 712 N. Main Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT
were Mrs.
: BHS seniors : of Commerce, cited three 15.. .07'
Each word over 209 E. Adklns St. 376-7110. tfchg 473-4892
Heights
Initating
volunteer service in Expert Service On Keystone
cited as outstanding young needs of .a successful Chamber

adults.In ) and maintaining operation of the of Commerce: growth in members Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All Makes DID YOU KNOW it's; easy to -

presenting the framed cer loan closet of the Bradford and money; local self- paid In advance __. .35 Upholstered & Refinished Plumbing Service own a Longchamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage

tificates. George W. Roberta County Public Nursing sufficiency; and membership MATTRESSES REBUILT Phone 964-7061 Better built for F>>rfda: liv parents age over 21. Startingpay

said that! Shaw ,who Iras served Advisory I Council since Its participation. He said that too Memorials, Resolutions Starke. Agent DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your planor ours $295 month, promotion op

legislature during tht Inception In 1964. The closet many people seem to believe HASTINGS MATTRESS Your lot or ours. Contact Bu portunities and regular Increases -
as State has a variety of sick room miracle 7 cents per word I AND SUPPLY CO. In 8 hour day! 5
last session. "We especially hospital that the chamber is 'a & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ford Mitchell, phone C64- pay.

honor him tonight for ]his effortsto equipment such as worker that. can function with- 710 Lemon St. Pal.tfca 6853. P. O. Box 238 Starke.: day week sick leave, vacations.
keep the unscruplous from !beds walkers, crutches wheelchairs out funds and active participation CARDS OF THANKS INSURANCEAT t-.. state retirement. If interested.

and other Items for lending by Its membership.Dr. REDUCED c.RATES please apply In person Personnel
of our poor
taking advantage In need. "Mrs. 50 words or lese --_ 8.00 Cen-
FIRE.'BOAT Training
to patients AUTO Manager, Sunland
elderly through ]his home D. W. Whiffoo, the retiring
and repair. defraud legislation, Ro Hazen keeps track of this equipment president, served as master of Each word over 50 .07' MARY DOYLE Ei CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S ter. Gainesville Fla.
dispenses and receives, the INSURANCE AGENCY An equal opportunity employ-
berts said. "He has been success availableat ceremonies, :Introducing SUN SPORTS
it, and Is generally tohc er.
of the. speaker and distinguished
ful in prosecuting some 2 bedroom
hour of day or FOR SALE Nice
owners have almost any guests. Later In the program MOORE BOAT 7OR.
cases whereby Roberts said. home with carport. CARTER HELP WANTED: Need two ladies -
night, YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHTAGENCY
nearly lost their homes to those tie and Mrs. Whlffen were pre- Located Fenced Corner Lot.
m time full time. You '
part or
attempted to defrau4.them." Judge Yawn was described sented witr a handsome silver Starke Ph. 664-5791
who'
official who, through:; his Call 9644464 can make $10 and up a'day. No
Your
as an service. SPECIAL For All
Bill Powell
experience necessary Must have
personal and professional. life PAINTS
Real Estate of car. Prone 7522850. Write 55HP Evlnnide Selectramatlc Insurance NeedsSpecializing
has demonstrated an Interest In Mayor Carl Hurst gave a short use

Bill PowellBEST :helping both young and old and 'welcoming address at the startof In the Starke Plaza Una Douberly, Box 3001 E. Du. all control A 2 tanks $849. in
the disadvantaged. "He gave of the program and presentedA BUY SELL TRADE 102 K. Hnnlv SI. val, Columbia Motel, Lake City; Mobile Home Insurance

his time to help the Salvation gold key to the city Ito State Fla. 4tp 2.27 Ph. Starke 9646818FOR

BUYS Army Camp ard for years has Senator Bob Saundars< of Gain THE KEY TO NEWDoItYourself RENT UnfurnLshed 3

been responsible for seeing that esville. Gracious Living -
Mrs. Fu-
20 Acres 2 B-R C.B. underFriviledged\ children havean A review of activities in .1963 Town HouseAPARTMENTS BR house at Kingsley

House 2 Mi. From City opportunity to .attend." tne was presented: by Peter J. Novak quay. phone 5332209. tfchg

Limits. Good Grade Road. citation: said. "He :has worked. executive vice president of Come To Aero CountryWORK ATTRACTIVELY furnished

$9250 Total $2750 Dn. with men Incarcerated in the the chamber, by means of color Sell or RentFurnished bachelor! apartment. Air conditioned

Florida.: State ;Prison and has slides with narration. Another and vented heat. 337
* *
*
helped !them upon their release.. highlight ''Was a preview of a or Untarnished SEAMLESS N. Walnut. Gladys Harrington.tfchg.

LIKE NEW For his work :with young people. new color film, "Beef: And IS PLENTIFUL AND
above and beyond the call of Youth for Tomorrow." to be Buford Mitchell

2 B-R FrameCor.. Lot. duty his strong hand In leading used in promotion. of the cham Phone FLOORING WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash-'

Carport-fill. House-Chain potential\ criminals on the right ber-sponsored annual Calf Scramble. A4-6853 964-4760' THE PAY IS FINE er. Will pay cash or take in
Near
Link Fence > Trees. himselfhas
he .
road to citizenship trade on anything. DAHMER'S,
Schools Shopping. demonstrated good citizenship. Dr. WJiiffen paid special) trltwite 964-7923. tf-chg
BUY SELL TRADE WE MAKE
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Florida's Most
$7.500 North
\ ." to the following directors Bill Powell Needed By
who he said were especially WANTED WAITRESS and Cook
,
k 4 Aircraft Rework Facility
Tht two: young students were Real Estate Aggressive
helpful to ihlm In activities dur- KEYS experienced. Call 782-3866 for
cited l for performing exceptionalSTARKE Call 964-6464
Beat Inflation ing the year: Oha.rles. Sawyer interview after 2 p.m. Trail
in the Starke Plaza
Wasteland Roy Burnham B. F. Mlzell] Experienced Aircraft Mechs Restaurant. Lawtey. 2tchg 2-8
GO!) Acres No
Buford :Mitcrell, and Gas Kopelouses. .
12 Yr. Planted Pine 2Ml. WILL BUY: Used 1 Appliances,
MEN WANTED
U. S. Iliway Frontage New. officers i&nd directorswere TRAILER LOTS workers. Kitchen -aids Laundrj, laborers And Sheet Metal Workers, Plus Furniture, TV's. Stereos, anything -

$-IO! Acre 29' ; Down. of value. PAHMER'S.
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LAKE
ACCESS
BUSiNESSDIRECTORY Introduced. Including the cottage parent, watchman
-- --_ cooks and ground Aircraft WashersBUT
clerics Painters and
$15 Down $15 Month
keeper, truck driver. Flv Rancher
The
1,000 ACRES I No Lake Lots $2500 Up day week eight hour day DON'T DISMAY ,

The Wlthlocoocha .. Lower -Investment Properti .- State retirement, vacations ,
On
I sick leave. Interested pleaw Also Inc.Western.
,
/
River' 900 A. In Planted AUTO SERVICE S.E.McKAYReaItorAppraser We Need Inexperienced Help
PriceWE apply In Peraonne' Wear
I person
Pine. 7. 9. and 10 yr. Old. .
Manager. Sunland TrainIng We train you to work for w* at an aircraft mech or sheet
$310: Acre Terms
Gilbert S. Brown Keystone Hts. 473-4816 Center, Gainesville n... I metal worker EARN while you learn at Aero. Com Boots

Sff An equal opportunity employer. where the opportunity I.. Call us collect.

Standard OU Service Station CALL PERSONNEL OFFICE Guns

WELL KEPT ATLAS STARLING FARM' SUPPLY tfch Livestock

2 B-R Frame Carport TIRES BATTERIES moving to new location, off 301 I SEVERAL GOOD USED Add AERO CORPORATION

Over 1-2 Acre I 1-2 Mi. S. Budget Terms Road Service N. behind Tastee-Freeze. Most Ing Machines for sale elec Supplies

of Starke Close To S.R.100 PHONE 964-7071 Reduce Stock Buy now and! tries; subtraction, credit bal.! LAKE CITY, FLORIDA 7527911Or

Sf3.50 3) 407 N. Temple Starke save 3tohg30 I ance. Bradford County Tele Office. Saddlery
Contact Your Nearest State Employment
FOR RENT TV
: sets. baby graph. tf
* 6th Street
HURST'SSHELL beds. elec. guitars amplifiers,
FOR THESE AND STRESS refrigerators: day or week. DA. 1 FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE Near Livestock Market

OTHER GOOD BUYS SERVICE HMEH'S, 9647923. tf-chg ready for occupancy. :3 bed- Gainesville. 3764595FOR
room 2 bath Located Just IN TOWN-OUT OF TOWN HOUSE For Sale 3 bedroom,

CALL Service StationGas Godding & Clark FOR SALE Used clothes. outside of city limits In Two bed rocm frame home partly 2 bath, living room. dining room RENT 3 bedroom furn.

BILL POWELLREAL Oils Lubrication MOTORS Suits, dresses .skirts slacks Plnebreeze. Easy monthly furnished close in and very kitchen, carport built In dish ished house. Market Road. Phone

Monarch Tires &: Batteries I and blouses Some like new terms. Longchamp Const Co. well built and arranged. Listing washer. Phone J. R. Simpson. 964-7460. Itp

ESTATE ROAD SERVICE 102 S. Main -G'ville worn very little. Call 964-6114. Contact Bifoid Mltcnoll, price $7,500.00.Four 964-6610. tfchg _

Phone 9ii-6l; (61 l 301 and 100 Starke SAM 8 PM 378.2311 2tchg 2-& I I pone 964-6053 P O. Bozmn FOR; RENT Just outside city HOUSE For Sale 7 room
: : Starke t.t..".. bed room frame home frame, 1 acre lot Forsytr Road.
12 wide, 2
INCOME TAX SERVICE limits on Hwy. 16.
'
naved street very complete Needs finishing! inside: has well.
Short Forms $3 and up. Town POSTED SIGNS: Treated to bedroom extra nice trailers. J. I f200
in. We to show tank. $5.000. only
Close are glad septic
---- 'PEN TONIGHT Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. withstand weather- 20c each B. White. 964-6114. tfcrg I
Wantto this ore. A real bargain at down. Phone 372-2840 Gataes-
Starke. tfchg 'S2.25 doz. Special price on larger I" 2t 2-13
THE NURSERY
TRIM 312,600.00Two EUNICE vllle.
:; Bradford County
quantities.
d save up to FOR RENT Furnished 3 bed- Pansy, petunia, and blueberry
tf little
Telegraph. GOOD CARE of your ones
FATOUTOF room house. Phone 964-5884. bed room frame house. plants. Pecan, pear and plum .
$125 when you 870 W. Call St. tfchg partly furnished out of Town. trees. Ornamental .shrubs. 2 in my home.rates. 5 Phone days wk.4311428.Reasonable

Listing! price $7,000.00. miles N. Lawtey on 301, turn
WANT SECURITY
WANTED Handy man. ApplyIn Phone 7823465. tfchg Itchg
? at sign. _
buy STEADY INCOME i -
car
To-Rena Motel. '
person tfchg I NlcFhady! lots in City Well MULCH HAY for sale. Phone
YOUR Growing company needs full 1500 BALES Fertilized Bahla.
SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned time, year round dairy 'products drained paved streets.The price Hay for sale near Orlando, Fla. 9646742. Itchg

oiled and adjusted In your. !salesmen for established 1 te very reasonable.A. 90c per bale at barn. Call 644- FOR SALE 2 ponies 3 saws

TAX home, 13.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs routes. Company ihas been J. Thomas'Realtor.. 964. 8136 Winter Park, or 843-2356 1 male, 15 pigs. Phone 964-6433.
INCOME also. All work guaranteed. serving Bay area for 60 years Orlando. No collect calls. 2t 2-13
It
S701
Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone 431. with quality dairy products. Howard T. powell. Box 133 Winter _

1428. tfchg Two weeks training program. FOR SALE Nice home. 3 I Park, Fla. 3tp 2-20 FOR RENT Partly furnished

Excellent pay for hard workIng bedroom 2 bath and floor fur 2 bedroom house on 610( Colley
W. *xrcli. your rights BOTH BABY SITTING Hampton man. Company benefits: nace. Large lot. 150x150. Near I REBUILT BIKES. Tires 20 and Ro3d. Phone 964-5453. Itchg

'In making deduction, and: I area, love and care in my home. profit sharing, paid vacation Southside Elementary. Good 24 inch Spider, $19.50 up. 2 -24.

rtduclng your laxetl B*. FEDERAL $ I 5 day week, reasonable. Ph. 468. life and hospital insurance, neighborhood. Owner will carry 26 inch middleweight.$10.00 up. WANTED Seamstress to. help

caui FLOCK! knowt taxti AND It's easy. Let me help you 1376. Itp sick leave. mrtgage at 6/. Price 9500. Sales, Repairs, parts painting. sew slip covers and draperies.

lnid-out! we'll make iur. STATEyou arrange financing through a CALL COLLECT: HOOD'S Phone 964-6053. Itchg 5 yr. experience. Open 8 to 6 Experience: not necessary. Form
State Farm Car Finance
legitimate Plan FOR RENT Two bedroom 1 day service. 3 ml. Southon re information call 376-3747.
get every cooperating bank. You may DAIRY INC., BRADENTON, p.m.
doduction-and maximum save lime, trouble and up furnished apartment. Air conditioned FLA., PH. 746-4127 OR: HO 301. McMurray'A Swap Shop. Gainesville collect._Itehg

tovlngil! Our terviee li rim to$125. Why not call sooni automatic gas reat, OD'S MILK. INC., ST. PE BAIRD Up WANTED Someone to clean
newly decorated. 414 Washington.

quick, convenient and In-,, ,,- Call 4681885. lip TERSBURG.2111 FLA., PH.3t 525-2-6 Mobile Homes No. 805 General farm, 60 acres calf barn. Call 964-6968. Mar-

xpenilv. 3IEKRITT{ fer.cd. Tobacco allotment and lowe. Up
NEW and USED
.OU..ANTII outbuild
ill WILJ.lA\JS' 'Z barn. 18 Pecan trees Ford XL.
I' 1965
Ii ,, preparation, of every to* return. I If : 8-10-12' Wide FOR SALE -
We guarantee' ace ''' Ir.gs. Modern 3 bedroom home.
Yamaha 80 Motorcycle
I iI we make any errert that can you any penally .r Intereit, 117 Walnut St iller Brown FOR SALE Ideal for poul- 390 Engine 4 speed. Excellent
'64. Lake Geneva. Good Quality Tractor Included. Itchg
I we will pay the penelty or In' '' Phone 964.3391' condition. Call 964-5453.
!!__ ?fI J Phone 473-3071. ltchg Reasonably Priced try. Only $19,690. Terms
f MOBILE HOME LOT for rent.

rco.America's '15T1 PAlMSNUUANC 1IO'Volkswagen!!!!!!!! !!!!! REDUCE: Safe and fast with Gainesville Guaranteed- 378-2785 and No. 773 Nice located 3 bedroom close In.cottage.Only 1 mi. from Starke, corner SR100
HR [B t OoBese tablets It E-Vap "water Serviced. 5 acres and 100A (west). Electricity
Delivered la starke Area $9.000.
pills. -Andrews Drugs. water, and sewage on the lot.
Largest Tax Service with Over 3000 Office ISTATE lot pd 3-27 NO EXTRA COST STROUT REALTY Vernon E. Olin Lawtey phone
,, 2117 N. Temple Ave.
US 441 N. 4501 NW 13th 782-3664. tf
UNIVERSITY AVE. Now Li Used 1.0). FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick Starke P1*.
108 E. Gainesville 378-2785
FARMMutual sales Service "WI home central heat and air condition Ph. 964-6609 IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
conveniently located. un-
GAINESVILLE Automobile Insurance Co. I Ml. North of Tire MallGAINESVILLE furn'shed., $100 per month. 323 FOR SALE C. B., Carport. FOR RENT Furnished apartments well get It fee'. :yon. Office,
Illinois :
.... Sat tr Sun, 9-5 Ph. 37I-55K Home Office: Bloomlnjton: 632 Pinewood Dr. good location. Alsohouse SuppUea FurBttore Equip
Weekday 9 "n. 9 p. ; Slat Farm I Is all you need N. Walnut St. Inquire at premIses Utility room. Reasonable. __t. Bradford. County
HO APrOINTMfNT NICISSAKY to know about Insurance. or call Starke 964-7733 or $300 down finance balance.: Ph. In country.
964-6491 tfchg 431-1195 after 5. 4tp 2-1 W. H. Nollman. tfchg Telegraph.


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