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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 13, 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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>!. I, ,"",., ."," County Commission. Inca for the fiscal year starting Bradford County's legislative -

County's 1965- .. .', ers will meet t at 9:30: 'a.m. Wednesday July 1 will be held at the Lake hearing is scheduledfor

67 timber tax suit with 't,\. .,...y....? ";,"',.,'. et1l Feb. 19. to make up a City district office on Monday. 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21,

Container Corp. of Americawas a i tp" ',,"..' ''-,'"' priority list for secondary road March. 3. The Bradford County in the courtroom with Rep.

heard again last Wed- .,"."">. f", : projects in the county for the delegation is scheduled to appear Gene Shaw, Rep. Ralph
next five fiscal years. at 3:30: () '
p.m. Tyre and Sen. Bob Saun-
nesday, Feb. 5, this time ,

before the Florida Supreme ...' :''''':'' ') A" ,I:, The long range program Is be. I ders present to make suggestions -

Court.In ",,;,k'" Ing developed! at the request of and to hear ideas,
'. the State Road Department aa OfficialsTo suggestions and complaintsof

the balance hangs about :$78, "j ,\f. '. 11111111 the .result of an In-depth studyof local citizens.No .

000 in back taxes still owed by ii- needs In each Florida county
Container and Bradford's $79 local legislation concernIng -

average per acre assessment on In a report to Clerk of the Seek Bradford county (or any of

future timberland values. Briefs Court Charles Darby the Road the other counties representedby
and oral arguments, hail an nour ,1 961 that Bradford these men) will be Introduced -
/ Department projected -
each, were presented by Attorney in the 'House or Senate
Theron A. Yawn for Bradford 1 / County will receive 5698,000 Pay HikeThe that has not first been discussedat
N in secondary road funds over the
County and Attorney McCarthyJr.
the public hearing, Rep.
MLtM -- next five years. Darby said from
for Container. Shaw has .stated.
A ruling by the high court is j this amount would be deducted
five county officials whose Shaw said that he. Saundersand
to end which I $65,000 annually or a total of
expected a dispute
salaries are set by statue will Tyre were in accord with
started in 1965 between Bradford I $325,000 for the five-year period
this and that It "should be
be asking for a. raise for the
County and five timber firms. I for maintenance, and costs
first time since .1963 ,when the made abundantly clear that this
Four of the firms, all except ; of road engineering, rights-of- legislative hearing is set at 4 p. is not confined to Bradford
Container, have paid all taxes t way on primary and secondary County." He also pointed out
for 1965-67 to the J arid traffic signals if m. Friday. Feb. 21.
according assessment projects, ,that this restriction would not
by Tax Assessor Gene jj needtd. This would leave. a pro- According to Judge Theron .
apply to emergencies.Items
Yawn for the
spokeman group
Long. J needed. This 'would leave a pro.
Dar- they will ask that. their salariesbe expected to come up at
for new secondary projects.
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The dispute began when Long by said. UPPed from $9,000 to $12,000 the hearing are dogs running

reassessed timberlands atanav-thestate's t' rw1 .a. year. (Judge Yawn, comment. loose in the county, the fly :
erage of $79 per acre under The project amount to be received ed that In addition to his $9,000as problem, requests for raises
Just Value Law and
new ( for fiscal year '1969.70 Is county judge, he also receives from county officials whose sal-

the "willing buyer -of willingseller" seven g "- only $67,COO, the clerk said $600 a year as juvenile aries are set by statute (sheriff
one
criteria under concept the 1965 law. An which would be only $2,000 over Judge and shout $1,000 a year as clerk of circuit court, tax

eighth criteria was added to the These four Seaboard Coastline engine units were derailed lathe to the extreme left Its end barely visible In the photo, Is on estimated cost of maintenance. email claims judge.) assessor tax collector, and

law by the 1968 Legislature to wreck of two freight trains' last Thursday which Injured its side In the ditch. The other two engines are standing but Therefore, no new ,secondaryroad The other four officials asking county judge), and home rule.

clarify the willing buyer willing two men. detailed. project can be expected for the $3,000 a .year raise will Concerning the first two items,
be Sheriff D. Reddish. Tax Shaw said that he has suggested ,
seller according to The during the current fiscal year. P.
concept, engine being hoisted back onto the racks by the two
.
Assessor Gene Long Tax Collector to citizens concerned with
Yawn. '(huge steam cranes, one from Jacksonville and one from Wild. Together they represent $1 million worth of railroad pro. The long-range five year pro- these problems that they appear
The panel of five justices,head- J. R, Kelly and Clerk Char-
Richard wood was laying across the tracks after the crash. The engine perty, but apparently were not badly damaged. gram Is a new proposal by the lee Darby. at the hearing.As .
ed by Chief Justice
Road Department. The customin for home rule. "I will raise
Erwin:: included Justice J.C. Ad- When Judge Yawn took office
,I kins Jr., formerly of Gainesville recent years has been to in 1953, salaries for these offl- the subject of home rule and

, and a former judge of the Eighth Trains Crash At MaxvilleTwo assign priority to only one road clols was $7,500 and he pointedout I be guided by what I hear at the

Judicial Circuit.As per year. Darby said. In top that what they're ,setting public hearing '. ." Shaw said.!

position for the current year now will buy less in 1969! than| "It's no secretI'd like very

in the presentation before train men were onSeabor Injured da have details of Shumate's condition ed into the rear of SCL's Starke An SCL spokesman at the la the Santa. re Raad on which the $7.500 would buy in 1963. much for Bradford County to
when .
A. H. Mur- one critically, when contacted has been "
Circuit Judge John train crashed by phone Local. wreck scene Thursday said the all preliminary work Furthermore, he said. other have it.
Coastline freight
phree in Circuit Court here, Mc- Tuesday, Feb. 11. Four engines, valued at $250, through freight simply did not completed and bids are expected duties and responsibilities have
into the reat of another at Max- Home rule would simply mean
Carthy based his case before the Slightly injured in the crash 000 each derailed and three to be advertised this mouth.
were stop, although the engineer knew been added to the officers over commissionerswould
ville early last Thursday morn- that the county
Supreme Court on the capitalization was E. Raymond Redding, 34.
Fire burned the lead
The ing, Feb. 6. cars. engine he was supposed. The train The annual SRD budget !''hear. the years. be granted the right to
method.
Income Wlldwood.
of net of Redding is a Brad-
and the caboose of the local. was traveling about 5 mph when of these officials Is ..
timber C. P.Shumate,.head end brake- He Salaries i pass ordinances ((5.5 the mun.t.cipalities
method advocated by County native was
firms bases land assessments on man, was critically injured in the ford not hospitalized, Martin said. 000 Damage VP was put at about$45, the crash occurred, he said. set by statue, meaning that a i now do). These or-
One
by Martin. set
and Jacksonville local bill must be passed by the would affect only those
the land produces. crash taken to a dinances
income
the net The wreck occurred at 6:30
Justice Joe Boyd asked what the hospital. SCL Asst. Vice-Pres- a.m. when SCL freight No. 166 of the 6:30 double tracks was clearedby Casue of the accident Is still Hampton Defers state legislature. The area's leg- parts of Bradford County which
Donald Martin did not : Thursday evening, Mar- under Investigation Martin said islative makes the of municipality
value the land would have under ident T. failed to atop in time and plow- tin said. delegation i were not part a

McCarthy's theory If the wood- Tuesday._ __ ___ ___ ___ decision on the raise! Rep. Shaw says.
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cutting operation showed loss. Action OnConsolidation Asked what crltieria he would I In a letter to municipalitieswithin

McCarthy did not reply. use In making a decision on the the county, Shaw sug-

Yawn said he argued, as before, :raslses, Rep. Gene Shaw. an- gested that the county tax collector -

that Long's assessments were set Deputy Director Refunds swered: "I think you have to i be given the responsibility -

under the Just Value Law and in judge the duties and responsl-, of collecting city taxes as

accordance with the Supreme Co bilites of each office. You have well as county taxes. "It was

urt's own ruling on the willing to take Into consideration the i simply an idea," the Represen-
buyerwilling seller concept. The Hampton City Council, at amount of professional know- tative said.

The Bradford attorney said he Its meeting Monday night, deferred ledge required by an office :and 1 "The municipal officers were

also cited the instance of a vacant action on the proposal to 'other fees and compensationsthat > i very cordial." he continued.
Starke which is Paid CUBB consolidate. tax assessing and
building in Salary "
By
producing no Income, and asked collecting agencies of Bradford :arc related to tile cfflcc. (Continued on Page Four)

If It should be taken off the tax County and its municlpalties.

roll for that reason.
Only three councilmen of Consolidation
Salary paid to CUBB Deputy utes Fountain last August 28 The president Is never Study
After the hour-long hearing the gun. ments. Board :Member Paul five, were present for the meetIng -
Court took the case under ad- Director Robert Fountain. for asked CUBB to "sponsor" him supposed to voice his opinion Rlherd of Lake Butler said con- when the proposal was read

visement. Yawn said the deci- 3H months as he attend a for,the .study. The Aug. 26 min from the chair." tracts such as the one CUBB in the form of a letter from
sion might be announced at the community poverty agency utes .state Sage said that a resolution After Sage made his state- Representative Gene
same time a decision in Brownvs. school in Washington. D. C. was passed for CUBB (Continued on Page Four) State Shaw. Asked By Union CountyEnabling

St. Joe Paper Co., a Leon was refunded to CUBB Econ- to pay Fountain the $400 per --

County timber tax suit verv similar omic Agency in a special meeting month during the training.The .
discussion
After some on com-
Bradford's, Is announced. Monday night. Feb. 10. resolution also called for PR Fete SetBlanding
to parative costs. R. J. Williams
The CUBB board governing Fountain to enter immediatelyinto i legislation for creation .
History of Container's tax suit made a motion to accept the son. from $6,500 to 7000.
body of the local' four-county a contract with CUBB Eco of a "consolidation study
goes back to 1965 when the firm proposal, R. P. Glover statedhe Supervisor of Elections Lottie
protested increased assessmentsand federally subsidized poverty nomic Agency. Inc. to serve fora StressedTo was :not for It, and D. E. commission" was asked for In a Lee Archer from $1,800 to 2400.

filed suit after the Bradford agency\ also; unanimously minimum of two years, Sage Hill chairman, let the motion resolution presented County; Commission refused to granted Fountain an unconditional said.Acting hearing in Lake Butler County Commissioners asked

reduce the values placed by leave of absence. Amount on the strength of the die.It Monday.The that their salaries be raised

Assessor Long. The matter drug refunded to CUBS was $1.230, minutes and the resolution Chamber Board will be discussed furtherat resolution adopted by the from $1.800 to $3,500 a year
which Is all CUBB had paid said he the Union School Board and
Sage presented con. County
(Continued on Page Four) i the next meeting II all councilmen : (This was in accordance with .
Fountain other than social sec- tract for Fountain to sign In are present' endorsed by the County Com- the scale recommended by the

r urity and withholding payments Washington D. C. on Jan. 30. mis n. asked for an enablingact Florida Association of County

since he left Bradford County Fountain refused, Sage said. Chamber- of- commerce- mem. Blanding means .a. payroll of setting up 13-man commission Commissioners for counties lees

ANNUAL several months ago. On Feb. 6, Sage said, he ben have been Invited to a bout $1 million per year to the 38 Trials Set to study how the various than 7,500 population,)
"I feel the four counties needIt spoke with Samuel Sessions director luncheon at Camp Standing area Col. Griffin said, Bradford Union County governmental offices School .Board member Mar.
worse than I do." Fountain of the Foundation for next Wednesday, Feb. 19, along and services both county
County benefits greatly from; vin Priehett presented a reaolution -
FOOTBALL .said He said he presented the Cooperative Housing & Urban with members of the Clay County the installation even though In Co. Court and municipal, could be consolidated passed by the board opposing
check to "prove I'm not trying America and learned
: Chamber and civic organizations for the: purposes of
Blanding lies entirely in Clay increase for its
pay
AWARDS to take anything from CUBB. -The Foundation had no from (the two counties. County, he pointed out. To Start MondayThirty greater economy and efficiency. members. Present !pay of Union'
Fountain
traveled from Washington

Purpose of the meeting Is to The resolution is the result of
knowledge Fountain was employed In other action Thursday, the County School Board membersis
BANQUET D. C. Monday to attend
demonstrate first !band the economic : Chamber Board: a feeling on the part of some
the by CUBB or that CUBB $1,500 a year.
meeting called by CUBB : benefits accruing to Brad eight persons are Union County officials that rove
to shorten the .
Executive was sponsoring his Internship. -Soughtways Obviously surprised the legislators
Director Ronald W. to before a
scheduled .
appear
ford and Clay Counties from ernmental consolidation is inevitable
annual And banquet wording
Sage.In. -When Fountain was selectedas program double checked the -
[Thurs., Feb. 13 an Intern with the Foundation the huge military reservation.Col. after President Loyree LaNler jury when the 10-day court trial term in the future, and that of the resolution to make
a statement sworn to before James A. Griffin told the of county judge's convenesat unless counties take the initiative
he assigned a suggested theaCfa.l.r seemed understoodit.
was sponsor.a Feb. 17. euro they correctly >
7:00 P.M. a notary public. Sage told non-profit corporation knownas Bradford Chamber:Board of Coy lengthy Almost all board mem- 9 p.m. Monday against, the defendants in the matter. it will be .
the 18 board members present ernors last Thursday. at the Charges done for them later by outside
BHS Cafeteria Urban Rehabilitation, Inc. bers thought the banquet couldbe from sale of whiskey ina
in the packed Union courtroomthat Sessions' reported. Sage said croup's monthly luncheon In the shortened but there was really range dry county, to driving while sources. Pritchett also presented a resolution -

Fountain has been drawIng that his Foundation !has been Garden Restaurant no unanimous agreement intoxicated, to fishing with too .The resolution was acceptedby from the board asking

the $400 from CUBS $233 paying Fountain $233 per month. luncheon about what to leave. out. No vote ,many poles, to petit larceny, to legislators conducting the for authority to set the Union
Sponsored By per month from The FoundaLion' Speaker at the Blanding
for From a Father Baroni director was taken but the most popular dlstrubing the peace by using bearing: Senators Bill Beaufort County school superintendent
National Guard
Quarterback Club Cooperative Housing of the Urban Rehabilitation a Florida suggestion seemed to be to eliminate profane language. .and Dan Scarborough, and Representatives salary. The Incumbent. James
Tickets Now on Sale Urban America and $600 per Inc.. that hU organization !has public relations meeting, according the address by a guest Ralph. Tyre and Carson Is now being paid! $13.-

month from a sponsor found been Fountain's sponsor and to Col. Griffin will be Adj. speaker. Board members seemedto All person scheduled for trial Gene Shaw. Provisions for funding 500 per year.
him in Washington D. C., Urban been Fountain Gen. Henry McMillan.. Plrtures have entered pleasof the commission will be
has providing feel the 'point) of the annual previously sumttted Early in the two-hour cession,
Rehabilitation, Inc. with $600 per month. will be shown to demonstrate meeting la to explain the Clam.ber's not guilty; eiuier at one Of later.Following former State ,Representative C.
Fountain has been drawing a the many uses to 'which Bland- the monthly plea days throughan
or the trend of .state A. Roberta stated his opposition
Contributed and effort.
This Space total of $1,223 per month. in- CUBB President J. Franklin Ing la put, Including how It 10 program attorney.
and national elected
Weekly .to Publicize cluding .the $400 from CUBB. Keller, Baker County, has of officials: to salary increases for county:
used by civilians and a tour -Elected Buford Mitchell to Prospective jurors have been Union; County officeholders re basing his objectionas
Community Event by while attending school In Washington briefly explained the proceeding faculties is !planned for those serve on the Board in place of drawn from a list of between quested salary Increases fol. officials to increasingly

The D. C. under the auspicesof to the Board when he openedthe who can take the time Ool. Ernie Patz whose resignation 250 and 400 names preparedby Iowa: a taxpayer higher. opposed cost 411 gooernment. >
CommunityState the Foundation for meeting. Keller suggestedthat
Cooper
Griffin Mid.Between! was accepted with regret. the County Commissioners ClerlT'of the Court Robert Drlggers. .
ativ.e{ Housing & Urban Amer- when one party violates a last July.
Bank Was placed on alert by Manager -
County Judge A. L. Drlg- In other requests for special
ica. Sage said. contract it becomes null and 100-025 Quests will be to
Accounts now injured He went to the capitol as one void. He suggested that Fount invited to the luncheon In theEnlisted Fete Novak to be ready Court will be held Monday gers, and Sheriff John White. acts the Union commission asked -

up to $15,000 by of 30 trainees in a highly selective ain's services be terminated. Men'a Club, Col. Orlf. 'help with an industrial prospect through Friday through Feb. 27. bead aU from $7,500 to 9500. that the taw authorizing pay.meat .
visit the country.
Federal Deposit Ia. arance : program for training to Board member Herman Johnson fin said, adding that the Guardflay The expected to will need railroad Last trial term was early in Tax Assessor WUford Croft of $500 annually to the
TUA a community action pro- of Lawtey quickly told the consider making UM event Industry a 1968; next trial term will be from $6.500 to 9500. high schoool athletic. association

Corp. gram. According to CUBB min president he had "Jumped the u annual affair. (Continued on Page Four held this summer, Tax Collector Josephine Add. be) repealed.




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Interest To Miss EppersonTo WSCS Members \ Nursing Council t

Of Wed In May Entertain Guild Elects Officers

:Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson At Dinner Meeting For New YearThe

tEnporeon!: announce the engagement -
WOMEN ,
The Methodist Women's Socle
of their daughter, Sarah
ty of christian Service entertained Bradford County Public
.Mn, to William Thomas Whlsen-
.. the Wesleyan Service Guild Health Nursing Advisory Council
hunt Jr. eon of Mr. and Mrs. At*covered dish dinner*t their held its monthly luncheon meetingat
Gladya Mooty:.Phone w QR William Thomas Whlsehiunt of
964-7S08 RJ' annual Joint meeting Tuesday I the Garden Restaurant on Monday

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Bridge Luncheon Tlhewedding will take place The Valentine theme was carried i, Mrs. Ruby Johns presented the
!r In May. out In decorations. Placed following elate of officers for ,
Given In HonorOf St Interval down the length of 1969: Mrs. Clair Capps president I

Mrs. Hurst Linda Kay ColsonIs Vie long dinner tables were bud ; Mrs. Ruby Johns, vice-
vases holding; assorted camel president; Mrs. Louise Kite recording
Mrs. Needham (Hurst of Indla- ComplimentedAt lias. Red cupids and hearts secretary; Mrs. Sara ,I
i I napoIU. Ind., who is making Two PartiesMiss were placed at strategic points Coran corresponding secretary; 11!
'along the walls. and Mrs. Delma Novak trea
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I I an extensive visit with her mo-
1 Mrs. Charles Sawyer, WSCS surer
ther. Mrs. W. S. Siade. mu j
honored at a bridge-luncheon TiiT Linda Kay Colson, whose president; welcomed the Guild The annual meeting of the j
Saturday at the Garden Restaurant marriage to Wilbur Waters will members and guests and intro- council will be held at the Health
be an event of Saturday, Feb. 15. duced Mrs. R. S. 'Mulllns, chairman
given by Mrs. K. O. Miss Center on March 4 at 8 p.m.
Johnson, was honored at two delightful of the program. A recording -
Duncan, Miss Madge (Mlddleton. The public Is invited to attend.
and Mrs. E. L. Matthew. Mr. Register parties In the past week.of last week "God Isn't Deed the life Mrs. Capps appointed Mrs. A.
luncheon table Thursday night story of Cert Benonna. was E. McKinney in charge of re-
Centering the Nancy Drew Clark
: Linda
Engaged To WedThe J. R. Hed -ti and Mrs.
for the 18 guests was an arrangement played. freshments.
Kiys Johns give a lingerie show 'Mrs. H. H. Adams. chairman John L. BradleyTo
of giant white mums Johns
er for Miss Colson at the
and pompoms and red carna- engagement. of Miss Paula home on Weldon Street. of Local Church Activities, and Wed June 22
tions. Down the length of he Faye Johnson to Freeman Register The Valentine themo wns car- be* committee were in c&axge
table were placed red satin HI is announced by the ried out In decorations. The of the dinner. The engagement of Miss Nancy BIRTHS
covered :hearts Interspersed with bride-elect's parents Mr. and refreshment table was covered Drew Clark of Eau Gallic to
1 white pompoms rand leather leaf Mrs. Paul Charles Johnson of with a white lace-trimmed cloth Mrs. Bon Neel greeted guestsat John Leslie Bradley Jr. of King
j-- fern. Athens Ala. Mr. Register is the and centered with three branch the door and presented themto eley Lake is announced by :her
Following the luncheon bridge son of Freeman Register Jr. and candelabra holding red tapers.A the receiving line composedof parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Bradford County Hospital announces
was played and prizes awarded.! Mrs. 'Betty Wade Register of Valentine shaped cake was Mrs. Mrs.White R.the A.honoree.Col and her Clark of Eau Gallic. Mr. Brad- the following births:

'Mrs. Hurst was presented witha Starke. placed at one end of the table. Mrs.mother J. L. Waters mother son of ley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Cogdill,
Miss Newsome dress with long sleeves, and a bed lamp from her hostesses Miss Johnson is a graduate of One game was played by the the bridegroomelect.Mrs. John L. Bradley Sr. of Kingsley Starke a son, Kevin Lee Feb.
short veil of yellow illusion. as a memento of the occasion. Athens High School and is a stu 12 guests and a prize was awardedto Lake. 6.
Weds Mr. Mann In She carried a bouquet of yellow dent at Florence State University Mrs. MarK Moo4y. Register Invited guests The bride elect graduated from
Into the dining room where Mrs.
carnations with yellow satin! .where she is majoring in Th hostesses presented the Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ellis
Methodist ChurchGloria James Barron served punch at the Eau Gallie High School in 1968;.
streamers. Hospital Auxiliary business education.\ She Is a hanorco rills: a personal gift as refreshment table. She Is member of the Nu. Phi Manning Starke daughter,Mary
Jean Newsome. daughter Given in marriage by her member of Sigma Tau Pi, honorary a memento .of the occas Ion. Mrs. Charles Francis was Mu degree of Beta. Sigma Phi Elaine Feb. 7.

of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie W. father, the bride wore a pink Plans Meeting At business sorority; and the Mrs. O. W. White"Jr., Mrs. hostess in the gift room and and Is employed as a !Records Mr. and Mrs. George Gerald
Newsome, and Louis A. Mann lace short gown over satin featuring Teaching HospitalThe Uonette Girls' Drill Team. Robert Barksdale, and Mrs. Mrs. Robbie Shaller was floor Clerk by the Eau Gallic Police Rodney Graham, a/son, George'
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an empire waist with a Mr. Register is a graduate of
were united in marriage on Dec. hostess. Department.Mr. .
Betty Register honored Miss Gerald Rodney Jr.: Feb. 9.
28 at 7:30 p.m. in the First bow in the back securing short hospital Auxiliary board Bradford County High School Colson with a bridal shower at The hostesses presented the Bradley graduated from
Methodist Church with Rev. D. train. Her only ornament was a met last Thursday with :Mrs. J. Attended the University of Flor- the home of the former on Monday honoree with three pieces of her Bradford High School in 1966;
T. Farabee Jr. performing the diamond pendant .necklace. A W. Ritch presiding. dta and graduated from Athens night. chosen stemware pattern as a attended St. Johns River Junior in Starke.
:nuptials. matching pill box hat secured College, Athens, lAIa. with majors The refreshment table was remembrance of the occasion. College and served two years in 'The couple will be married
tier veil of Illusion. She carrieda Miss Lillian Stump gave a in business administration covered with a white lace cloth Seventy guests were invited to the U. S. Army one of these be- June 22 ,at 3 p. m. at the Harbor
The altar was decorated with. bouquet of pink carnations report on the sale of cookies and Psychology._. __ He Is a mem- and centered with a bluewhiteand call between the hours of 7:30: ing in Vietnam. He Is employedby City Baptist Church in Eau Gal-
pedestal baskets of gladioli and centered with an orchid.A and cook books. Mrs. Eva An- ocr 01 'a': Kappa Pit fraternity.He floral arrangement. and 9 p.m. Southern Discount Company lie.
green
mums against: a background of reception was held in the derson presented the names of is now stationed, at Fort
fern trees and branched cande Fellowship Hall where basketsof three: prospective members: Leonard Wood,Mo.with the UJS.
labra. Mrs. L. J. Green render.
ed gladioli and mums were :Mrs. Ben Baker, Mrs. W. P. Army. THUR FRI SAT ONLY
nuptial; music.
used. The bride's table was IBartlett, and Mrs George Canova. The wedding date will be announced
John Sutton attended as best covered with a white cloth and All were Accepted. Mrs. M. later.
man, and the ushers were Dick centered with a three-tiered F. Hazen was appointed chairman I ANNUAL FEBRUARY SPECTACULAR!
and Emmett Akridge. wedding cake topped with a of the nominating) commit. ,

Joyce Sutton served as ma- bridge and groom and decorated tee.
tron of honor, wearing a short with pink and green ros t
A-lpe yellow satin and lace ettes. Mrs. Jimmy Gnann and Hospital Administrator P. I
(\Sounders introduced
George Ca-
Mrs. H. F. Cloversettle cut thebride's
nova as the new administration
SEIRVICE SCHEDULE cake. assistant and auditor:. of the hos- Q
CATHOLIC ChurchesST. Mrs. W. E. Dampier and Mrs. pital. He also gave a report on
Allen Mann presided at the the new TV sets to be Installed O
EDWARD'S, Starke:
punch bowl. Cheryl Grafts kept In all rooms except the maternity
Sunday Mass, 9:15 a.m. the bride's book. wards.It .
Thursday Mass, 6:30 p.m.
After a wedding trip to South
Mleaculnus Medal Novena: was announced that a gen. ..
Saturday, 7 Carolina and Mississippi the era! meeting will be held at
p.m. couple will reside at 1805 Rai- Shands
Teaching
Hospital on
!ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone ford Road. The bride traveledIn March 5. AU members are urged DAYSLADIES
Heights a two-piece blue suit with to attend.
matching accessories, complemented
Sunday Mas!, 9 a.m.
Wetnesday Mass & Novena, with a white. orchid. IA letter of thanks was read

7 p.m. Mrs. Mann graduated from from Ralph Dlggs. principal of
BHS and is employed at Cadillac BHS, for the financial> donation !
ST. MARY'S Macclenny: Uniform Manufacturing Co. given to the fund for special I SHIRTS BOYS SPORT SHIRTSour

Sunday Mass 11:30: a.m. Mr. Mann is .employed by the awards to be presented to outstanding '
City of Starke Fire Department. students of the school Big selection of these new perm reg $1.99

?:r..:::::;:::::::;:;:::;::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::,:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: .: .. ,& r anent press shirts. Roll up 2 $ -r M 1 Perma press long sleeve and 3$ I
;.V..MAV.W.W.: >:*X*>:.HW sleeves and many collar stylesto I 3 short l sleeve regular and button S ,
choose from. New pastel 1 .4 t + down collars in woven plaids
fS: ? m prints. sizes 3238. For solids.stripes! and fancies.6-18. f for
'.'ti Miss Piercy, .. '

,: Jeffery W. WarrenTo CARDIGAN SWEATERS t' BOYS NO IRON JEANSour I

Wed In Fall '
our reg $3.99 reg $2.99

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Piercy Fine gauge flat knits and novelty $ Durable 11140z. permanent press
of Sanford announce the engage- designs in washable Orion acry 3 / fabric. Western style 5 pockets 2 S
ment of their daughter Susan lic. Full fashioned in white and w, tapered leg in choice of colors.
Margaret, to Jeffrey Wayne pastels misses sizes 3440. A Regular or slim. S-16. fo r
Warren of Starke. i
Miss Piercy is a 1965 graduate -
of Seminole High School. STRETCH SLIM JIMS MENS SPORT SHIRTSour
She is
now attending the University I
of Florida, where she reg $2.99 our rag $2.99

wi'l receive her Bachelor of Misses perma press stretch $ Choice of short or long sleeves $
Arts degree In sociology in ims. Trim and tapered fit. den2 5 ., + all permanent press. Regjlarand
::: August. She Is a member of waistband side zipper washable 3o- full Ivy styles in plaids, stripes
Delta Delta Delta .sorority, ser for for
many colors sizes 10-18. ,: and solids. S thru XL
ving as their vice-president and

....... pledge-trainer. Miss Piercy Is '
; also ROTC Army Sweetheartand MISSES 2-PIECE LADIES SOFT
Phi Delta Theta SWeet- ri

heart. COTTON SUITS SOLE MOCCASINS
Mr. Warren! graduated from ,
Bradford High School In 1965.
1'1 He Is attending the University reg3.99 ".;; ; ; $2.59 $
oj Florida on a football scholarship our $ t ; 11" ; our reg.

graduating in August, New blazer style in exciting 2 \ Ir ,? .1 Soft vinyl upper trimmed with 2hnesklrI.Washable.Slzes1G1B. 3SPORTSWEAR
1969 with a Bachelor of ScienceIn prints and fashion colors. Slim kiltie and beads.Cushion insole.

Business Administration! He N L -H''O'S.I In white sizes 510. pro for .
la president of Phi Delta Theta
1i ij1! fraternity and Delta Delta Delta
LADIES NYLON
.... honor society. He Is also In the

[1 :!... fall advanced wedding Is ROTC planned.program. A SPORT JACKET 3 $1 DUCK FABRIC

....... tbli4 ? :
I .S.?;.' UDC Members Choice of several popular $ 99 pro for 89$ yd. value $

styles. Zipper front draw 3 Big selection of beautiful solid 2 )
m Meet At Home string waist, elastic cuffs. Sheer seamless micro mesh with colors in heavy cotton duck. 44" .
. Many colors S S-M-L. nude heel and run guards top and width yds
:::;::: t? Of Mrs. FlynnMrs. toe. First quality sizes 8'j-ll.'


ID L. O. Powell and Mrs. MORE CARPS DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS!
George B. Flynn, Sr were hostesses .
\ ;r # at the U.D.C. meeting

I '-' I at Wednesday the home afternoon of the latter.Feb. 5, LADIES HALF SLIPS $$1.59 $ NEW PRINT FABRIC 4 rds.$ 10lOO'd

Camellias were used to decorate 100o nylon satin with lace l trim bottom. Six value i : 1 cotton Defender fabric in new Spring prints for i
: 11111 I Started My l. ::1111 :the meeting rooms. Mrs. I>. beautiful pastel shades. S-M-L.: Wash fast colors. 36" width.

.... T. Crews and! Mrs. Bertha
: ,...... Pearce reported that cards were NYLON SLEEPWEAR JUMBO BED PILLOWS J
'being sent to the III and shut-
'. ::11111 ins. The registrar reported that Shift i length gown with t lace and embroidery Sale $1 21 l X 27 soft t, washable polyester f filled l Durable I 2 for$3
Im, Savings ProgramWith -yi (Mrs. Mary Powell Lappe's papers -' trim. 2 styles pastels and hi-shades. M-L. corded! edges. $2 each value.

I were ll'eturnedand accept-
f
ed.: LADIES TENNIS OXFORDS $ Mrs. P. J. Vellum historian Sale,
fi i A "Mini" Account 11I1 read an Article on Medical and Duck uppers with cushion insole and arch r Com Rich textured weave with full fringe. Decorator value 6
Surgical History of the War Between fortable round toe, sizes 4ir 10. IHB colors washable. Twin or full

@ the States.
1r 11 After the meeting :a social MENS BOAT JACKET $ $ TRAINING PANTS $
And Now l' .
J. m Sitting PrettyYou 1ijjjj1! hour was enjoyed. 100; nylon oxford i in big i selection of styles and value s Double thick absorbent cotton with I elastic leg. 4 for 1

.. colors. Zipper front. S-XL. Sizes 0-4, our reg. 3 for Si.MENS .
::-:' .
....
:: ;:S, Can Open A Passbook :::: THE BRADFORD

y; Account For 82.50Savings 1::;:;:=;::::;:: COUNTY TELEGRAPH WORK SOCKS 314 $1 INFANT BOXER JEANS

m Published every Thursdayat Short r and long styles. All cotton with nylon for J[ Durable,* washable denim jeans with elastic I all Sale $1
138 W. Call Street reinforcement. Sizes 1013. 1 yr. guarantee. around waist. Color choice. 26.


I and Loan Second Starke class Florida postage 32091 paidat BASKETBALL SHOES SaleS 2 GIRLSand! SWEATERS 2P3

Starke. Florida. Low quarter style in sizes for men, boys and pullovers. Many styles, fabrics
youths. Heavy duck upper, suction sole. and colors. All our reg. $2 and $3.
Subscription Rates aIn

Wj ASSOCIATION OF STARKE trade area: $3.CO per 8'/2 X 11 Vi RUGS
year; $2.73 six months. GIRLS SHORT SETS
; : ,
; 218 N. Tempi Are. fez. $1
Phone 964-5000 : amback'r :1O
=i Outside trade area: $3.50
ff >> Thick i rayon-nylon' pile i with nonskid New Summer Styles

t:1&1: ; r Z::111l1ff1f1: ;; :; r:1:;SI&IS&SSKS:;* :*:: ;:feWWW; :: :&;; m;;; 11;;;;;;;11f: ;i1% i Ji mf11 1ilim11; 1; iimi1i11 1111i'f till! per :year; $3.00 six months Decorator tweed colors. $ Sizes 3.6,1.11

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Cp; Weds Patricia Alachua Mr.Harris StillwellIn ;-.fl:1. : ,



Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris.
of Hawthorne announce mar- f M6-I SURE Wi"' .... MISS SINCE.; GOOD THIMCi' :I MADE TxVPE. ...... .
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Mrs. W. B. Sewell has return. riage of their daughter. Patricia, SHE WENT ON THRECORDSNG' OF v .JO r'"' ,.fAS. I
ed after two and a half months to Paul Alton Stillwell Jr. son v.J "ACA""ION HER VOICE .J-' 1'OO .
( i CPR
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff of Mrs. Floyd Boawell of < ( 0' PAT .'
PoweU In Spring Valley N. Y.. Phoenix City Ala., and Paul (. Tl' C '$ tivRl oaGft105ToErc'

Mr. and Mrs.: Roger Gulsslnger Alton Stillwell. Sr.. of Hialeah. (i l ," 0 0" \ .
In Baton Rouge. La., and Mrs. The marriage took place Sat. : c \ # >> \'\. W'I' .
Paul Smith in Phoenix Ariz. urday morning. Jan. 25, at 11:30: \
Local admittances to Bradford o'clock in Wesley United Methodist G\i1.
1f >>. ,
... __ : t\1
County Hospital this week in* Church. Gainesville, with ) .. i iM
elude: Miss Annie Woolen. Rev. J. T. Pennlngton. pastorof \ .-. ) 0 !
Kingsley Lake; Mrs. Loca May r + the church and an uncle of V .c. .
Clark Mrs. Carolyn W. Duna. the bridegroom, performing the -
vent Henry Carlton and Rob x ceremony.The + xYN M .
ert Black of Lake Butler; Mrs. bride, given In marriage .
Florida Baldree. Lane Geneva; by her father wore an empire *
?
Mrs. Desta Dyal, Hampton; style street length dress. of embossed .
Mrs. Ola Starling, Lawtey; Mrs. Porte Sole, sheath lined. .
Elva Chance MaxvlUe; Mrs. The train, which was the .same
Mary ,Lee Faulkner. Raiford; length and material as the +
Claude E. Brown, Edwin L. dress., was attached: at the Now at
:
Smith, Mrs. Buna: Jones and shoulders. She wore a finger, ee
Mrs. Laura Leaoh, all of ,vti tip veil of four layers of tulle +
Starke. A attached to a pillbox of white
Gerald Crosby Sr. was transferred embossed material. She carrieda
from Bradford County white Bible covered with blue
Hospital to the Gainesville Medical a 's lace and topped with blue roses,' + Baldwin'sThe !
Center on Tuesday. J\ arranged in the shape of a

Byron Terwlllegar, a studentat # cross. .$
the College]] of Charleston ."" i Miss Elizabeth Heavner, aunt

spent the weekend skiing with of) the bride, .served as maid of
friends at Beach Mountain near honor wearing a street length i
Boone, N. C. dress of navy blue crepe. most
Mr. and Mrs. Paul weglng of Mr. And Mrs. E. S. Sibley Observe The bridegroom's father serv- :

Fort Lauderdale were Sunday Golden ed as best man.
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anniversary At Reception After the ceremony the couple

Gentry. left for Phoenix City Ala..
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Stabb :Mr. and Mrs. Elbert S. Sibley serving were Mrs. Grace Searle where they will reside. wanted "

returned Monday from a nine- celebrated their 50th weddinganniversary Mrs. Evelyn Moore, a niece of Mr. Stillwell Is employed with i cars !
day vacation spent In Washington on Sunday after Tampa, and Mrs. Rhoda Damp. the Georgia Craft Company of
D. C. and visiting Mr. and noon, Jan. 26, with a reception Columbus, Ga. The bride Is a
Mrs. William Walling In New given in their honor by their:. ler.Yellow and white flower arrangements :native of Bradford County and

York. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. were used as decorations !has many friends and relativesIn in ee
Edna and Mrs. Charles C. Johns at town !
Mrs. Hart and Mrs. in the living room dining this vicinity. !
Edith Christiansen visited Mrs. the Sibley home in Theressa. room and hall.Approximately .
Mrs. Nadeau of Miami,
Rosa Lee Lemprose In Gainesville Harry. 100 guests called : -
on Sunday. a sister of Mrs. Sibley. greeted during the afternoon. Those ECW Women .
Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Pa. guests at the door and present.
from out of town were: !Mrs. Hear Report On
latka was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ed them to the honored couple. Sibley's sisters, Mrs Shellie ee
Charles Hardy on Tuesday. For this occasion Mrs. Sibley Moorer. Mrs. Jessie Powell Annual ConventionMrs.
Charles Lawson of Tallahassee chose a rose lace dress. complemented Mrs. Nealle Nadeau and Mr.Nadeau .

\ was last Thursday overnight by a white orchid corsage :: : nieces Mrs. Mary Clyde Terwillegar reported Save big on 88s :
126th Annual Diocesan
guest of his parents. Mr. and i Arroyo, Mrs. Edna Powell] Mrs. on the
H. A. Lawson.Dr. Miss Cheryl Griffis kept the Convention held at the end
Doris Johannsen, all of Miami;
and Mrs. W. H. Green of guest book and Mrs. Johns Invited Mr. Sibley's sister. Mrs. Ida of January at Jacksonville Beach during our Great 88 Escape Sale!
Arlington Va. spent Thursdayto guests Into the gift rooiu Youngblood nieces and nephews when the Episcopal Church Women : :
Tuesday with Dr. Green's and dining room, where refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Edward met Monday night in the homeof
parents Mr. and Mrs. Lex were served. Mrs Mary Moore. W. O. Youngblood and Mrs. Millard Brown Parker .
Green. The family had a birthday Joyce Arroyo and Mrs. Edna Edith Ervin. Mr. and Mrs Street.
Mrs.
dinner Sunday night at the Powell, of)f Miami both nieces of Wayne O. Youngblood, Mr. and Main Item on the convention'sagenda .
Garden Restaurant on Lex the Sibleys assisted in the gUt Milton all of was a discussion of the .
Mrs. Youngblood.
.
proposal to split the diocese
-7r
Gieen's
77th birthday. Joining room.
Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
them were Mrand Mrs. R. A. The dining table was covered Mayo of Lake Panasofkee: Mr. with that portion west of the. .

Green Jr. and family of Gain- with an antique gold cloth. Centering and Mrs. C. H. Youngblood of Apalachicola River joining with I -w7 .
esville. the table was a three- Wllllston; Mr. and Mrs. Bill, part of south Alabama to forma .
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson tiered cake decorated with yellow new diocese. Delegates hgreeo .
Phillips and Mrs. Freda Temple .
to tabled the matter until nextyear.s
attended the funeral of Mrs. and white roses. On either and
of Jacksonville; Mr. .
Jessie Elston In WillLston on side of the cake were white convention. .
Atkinson of Brooker Mrs.
C. L. ; Among the 500 some delegateswere -
Friday. candles in silver holders. Also .uno
.
Eula Jordan of Palatka; Mr. five from St. Mark's Mr .
Mrs. E. C. Morris Is table
In Pompano on the was a crystal
Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Harvey and Mrs. George Winkler, Mr .
Beach visiting relatives punch, bowl with gold punch
and Mrs. J. C. Koon, and Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar and
for several weeks. sandwiches. nuts and mints :
Jack Eddy of Waldo; Mrs. Carl the Rev. J. Thomas Staab. This Delta 88 Custom
Miss\ Judy Broughton and Mrs. Doris Johannsen of Miami, Clark, Dr. and Mrs. C. Franklin was the first that women :
year
Mrs. Herbert Thomas were visiting ilece of the couple, cut and Misses Hazel and
I Karns
were seated as delegates to the
'.. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- served the cake and Mrs. Jessie Elizabeth Phillips of Gainesville convention. : ,. e
Neeley In Lake City on Saturday Powell] of Miami, sister of and and Mrs. Dan
Mr.
; At the ECW meeting, Mrs.
alt rnoon. VIrs. Sibley presided at the Dugger of Hawthorne. Brown and Mrs. William Carter tI- .
J Mrs. Mildred Felton of Daytona punch: bowl. Also Assisting; In q..C
were appointed to get cost estimates ee
Beach was a weekend guest _
of floor
new covering and _
of) Mrs. T. F. Sr.
Hogue :Mr. -
new drapes for the Parish (House
Hogue spent the weekend with Mrs. Bertha Pearce was visiting Mrs. Elise Pass and son before the ECW makes a decision -
Mr. and Mrs. Hogue Jr. In Jack- Mr and \Mrs. Edward Ensorin Randy attended the funeral ofT on the use of the proceeds C fiIIo-- .
sonville.Mr! Jacksonville over the week. D. Pass in Gainesville Ga. from the annual turkey : D e
and Mrs. Steve Edwardsand on Tuesday.Mrs. .
dinner and from the sale of
son of Tampa were Monday end.Mr.. and Mrs. James Irwin Jr. Edward Burns has returned ads for Bradford County Fair Delta 88 Royale
overnight guests of Mr. and. of Louisville Ga. were weekend from two and a half months Association. ee:
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. visit with Mrs. J. S. Adams in Chairmen were appointed to the .

Peek Jr. and Mrs. W. H. Hol- Kensett. Ark. and relative*and following]] committees: Mrs. Edward e
Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilming friends in Little Rock Bristow, mims, worship; Mrs. Hero
ton Dela. was a weekend guestof land.Mr.. Okla., Dallas and Amarillo Texas .
and Mrs. Joe Smith of Thomas, Christian social relations .
Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and Hobbs, N.M.
Gainesville were Saturday afternoon ; Mrs. Kenneth Grider, ee
while enroute to Hillsborough visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. S, E. Reyes was visit- United Thank Offering; Mrs. .
Beach. Marc Jackson. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown hospitality; and .Mrs. e

Miss Joyce Denmark, a fresh- Allen Guthrie of Pal atka has J. S. Sapp, on Saturday. Winkler, altar work. e
man at LaGrange College, La- been admitted to the Starke Mrs. Randal Chitty and child- Following the meeting, Mrs. .
Orange, Ga., has been pledgedIn Nursing Home. ren visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown served refresJiments: .
the Alpha Kappa Theta sor Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Snell in Waycross Ga. on Sun- a table attractively decoratedin .
ority. Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson day.Mrs. the Valentine motiff. Hostess '
ville were visiting Mrs. Carrie J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.O. for the March meeting will .
Ritch and Miss Anne Darby on L. Beasley were in Tampa be Mrs. Bums.Services .
Sunday.Mr. Friday to Wednesday visiting Mr. ey

and Mrs. :John P. Jonesof and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. Held
.R about BatavIa 111. and Mrs. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. EdwardsJr. '' .
Bowling of Bushnell were Mon- and family attended the State For Mrs. SternbergIn '.' ''r
day and Tuesday visitors! of Fair in Tampa last week. .r.
Jh ro, Mr. and :Mrs. C. R. Scogglns. Wendell Kelly, Mrs. Titus Olson Deytona BeachMrs. .
Mrs. Martha Moore spent the and Mr. and Mrs. George : ; = E .

weekend with Mrs. Hirrls Long .W. Brown attended the House Gertrude (Gussie) Stern- ... ... .. : ... .
BY in Orange Park and also visited Committee meeting of the Har berg, 77, a former resident of r ''Ie .
her ryAnna Crippled Children's Starke. died January 27 in Daytona -
daughter Miss Marla Moore .
NANCY'S FLOWERSA at Green Cove Springs. Hospital Umatilla on Saturday.Mr. Beach, where she residedat .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crowson and Mrs. Ned Stull and 501 Driftwood Ave.
VEGETABLE recently moved to Starke from children and Mr. and Mrs.James Mrs. Sternberg was born In ,.
ESCAPED!! Pierson. Mr. Crowson is the Hasler of Mlramar were weekend New York City and lived In

The vegetable that escaped new area forester for Oilman! guests of Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Starke for many years before j Delta 88 ..
from the garden and became a Paper Co.. succeeding Norman Farabee Jr. moving to Daytona Beach 22

flower 1a very common to most Ketchle. who: Is being transferred :: years ago. Her husband Nat ee
|of us. The name to Cordelc. Ga Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ransfordof Sternberg. was a retail merchant
we know it by In Palls tire, 111. were weekend in Starke before his retire, .
Its wild state Is Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae guests of Mrs.Emma Badman and ment. .
J "Queen Anne's Jr. and family of Lake City Mjr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler. Besides her husband Mrs. : COIN NOW
were visiting the senior McRaeson
I lace." Sternberg is survived by two( t. {
This showy wild Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwinand sons, Dr. Sam Sternberg Daytona -
,
r \ plant is actuallya Larry Goodge 17, Is critically children and Mrs. Eve Bald- Beach and MaJ. Gen. Ben .
wild carrot ill in the Gainesville Medical win visited Mr. and Mrs. JamesB. Sternberg Fort Shatter Hawaii; .

that has become Center. Godwin in Avon Park over two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Scan- .
Mr. and Mrs. B.C. McIntyre the weekend.Mr. lan, of Ohio, and Mrs. Lillian e
a common weed. and children were visiting Mr. Cisne, Illinois; a brother, Julius
If you dig up the plant you will and Mrs. J.H. DuPre over the :
and Mrs. J. C. Dukes and Rosenberg, New York City;
find a thick yelloworangeroot weekend.
Mrs. E. C. Dukes were Sunday two sisters, Mrs. Herman
like the domestic carrot.Don't Byron Newcomb of Atlanta Ga. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, New York City, and $Get a run for your at 4
try to eat it, though. was Sunday overnight guest of his money
Curtis Edwards at the Holiday (Mrs. Rose Sliver, of California;
Send flowers to a Bhutto; parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Inn in Lake City on Sunday on nine grandchildren, and two 4 4
there Is no better way to cheer Newcomb. J.C. Duke's birthday.
a person than by a lovely arrangement Mrs. L. C. Adams Is a pat- great-grandchildren.Funeral services were In 4 el

of flowers. Call us! lent Jacksonville In the Methodist HospitalIn Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Andersenof charge of Halgh-Black Funeral .

Needham Mass will be weekend Home. Daytona Beach.

............ guest of Mrs. Andersen's 4 .
... ...... brother-in-law and sister Mr. .
and Mrs. Harry Mooty. BHS Faculty .

: COIN OPERATED : Mrs. Arthur.Winkler and child- Tops Rotary 16.11 4 .

gen of Long Island, N.Y. are In Benefit GameThe 4
visiting Mrs. E. A. Winkler for / .
: DRY : three weeks while S/Sgt Winkler Bradford High School faculty 4 _
CLEANING is at Tyndall AFB, Panama City. downed the Starke Rotary 4

Mr. and Mrs. Club 16-11 in a March of Dimes .
W. W. Sellers 4
of Burlington, N. C.: spent the benefit basketball game in the
weekend with Mrs. Seller's bro- BHS gym last Tuesday, Feb. 4. U. S. 301 North .
Phone
: 8lbs $2.00 : ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Playing for the winning facul- 964.7500 4
4
Mrs. Claude Crowson.Mr. ty team were Bobby McCarty.
Williams McClane, Bobby Shew- STARKE
FLORIDA
ATTENDANT ON DUTY and Mrs. LInton Taylor make Dick Katz Virgil Lovett :
: Jr. of Jacksonville were visit- Dean Cassels, Paul Mutchlns, 4

: 8 A.M. 12 A.M. 2 P.M. 6 P.M. ing Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Will- David Smith. Ralph Diggs, Doug +
lams on Saturday.Mr. Lyell and Tony Griffith.

ANDREWS WASHETERIA and Rotarians playing were Bud Sooner Later Your :
Mrs.
H.G. Davis Jr. Mlzell Ervin Andrews Clyde :: or Favorite Dealer"

W. MADISON STREET cf Gainesville visited their mo Terwillegar, Ted Oglesby, Nell
: Starke thers. Mrs. Luclle Davis In Tucker, Bob Burch, GeorgaFierce 4 4
and Mrs.
W. M. North
Charles Sawyer, Mack
....................... urday.In St. Vincent's Hospital on Sat Baldwin DeWitt Farabee, Ralph e

Diggs, and Gene Shaw. .....................................


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f'' i f' Forestry Asan. Bradford Sfudenfs To Compete rAY.OLL
Employee 'f. fl1fJ with.... or witheat earrb.uiBeed.I na

Plana Luncheon in Ocala Rodeo t'TefeatrN..
I High School : "
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Refunds SalaryContinued Meeting Here

tJi Bradford County; Is one of 21 '".
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The Florida Forestry Association Florida Counties signed up to ..', .. ,-. ......-. .. ;:... w.. .. -'.-.' -' ',': ." vJl
lunch .. ..
will host a noon participate In the Southeastern ., : .oo.. .. .. .... -. .. :
( from Page One) office offering state financial eon it the Girden Restaurant Ir) Sunthlne High School Rodeo at .... ... .;.:. ; !#. w ,: _- ? '.:: '.
assistance to complete: his Feb. 20, < \J' "
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Thursday. .
Stark on .M. ,
7:30 Feb. 15 In the South- \ .. ,
p.m. .
had with Fountain are not bind- training. for timberland owners and persons eastern Livestock Pavilion In '..''. ..-..''-- .. \.... -'. ,.,-' .
ing. That was discussed' when "I feel like I would rob the : -T-\\ working In related areas Ocala. rI' .,.. ';.'.
the Board voted on Aug. 28, state of my services if confinedto 't, of forestry. Nine contests still have .. ,I"- ..' \ 0. ,',
open- .
four counties Fountainsaid. Jr., executive ..
Rihord said, adding that the Ronald S. Spencer ings: bull riding calf roping, ..'
minutes did not appear to reflect He "decided one of the director of the association brpak-a-way roping calf scramble. N'. .. .' .
what went on at that least things I could do is return says the purpose of the pole bending, barrell racing and ,..-". .
meeting. the funds" meeting Is to>> bring members and rodeo queen. ., : ..
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addition, Fountain asked members to date '.
Fountain arrived while Sage In potential up Those finishing In the top 6'
had the floor and attempted to for an unconditional leave of L on what the organ!zttion: li doing of each contest will receive rib-
interrupt, but the executive director absence "with no strings attached on bolialf of Florida's $1.2 bil- bons, and the first place winner
refused to give up the ." lion Umber industry. will receive a trophy. The out-
floor and President Keller al- Fountain said he had been "We need to know what the problems "- standing cowboy and cowgirl for
lowed him to continue. Sage trying to help CUBB while In Gas Turbine Engine DemonstratedThe of a particular area are, all 5 rodeos will each receive
read the resolution included In Washington by seeking a. $: !).OOO Spencer said and thats's the a $200 saddle. ,
the CUDB minutes requiring housing planning grant through main reason we want to come to Calf is to boys
miniature model hown above la a gas turbine engine scramble open
Fountain to sign the contract. FHA. That did not materialize. Starke. Forestry is an Important and girls under 14. with the win
for In automobile
now being perfected use economic factor in this sec- 1
Fountain .said, and he still feels
Why did Sage not tell the ner receiving a calf vauled at
to lie owes something to the four Bradford High students. (Cl-r) Reggie Flynn: Ronald Sapp, tion of the state."
CUBB board he was going $100-
Washington D. C. to get the counties."It und Hobby ChraMer, lock on an General Motors "Previews of County and local officials, and I :. ..
contract signed. Lawtey Board .sounds like contribution! ." Progress" Lecturer Ron Ha'rlwlg' explain how the. engine of several legislators have been invited Theft
to the meeting. A high- Ring \
aslced? said !MIss Suzanne Jawarekt
Member Robert Scott the future works.
be the
Sage the minutes said he of was the acting previous under field representative of economic of !the Opportunity Organization "Previews of Progress" la a live demonstrations 40-mlnute stage show: : light released showing of the of by a program new the association movie will recently and ,Reported HereFour 'I MILLEX 22

who traveled fl'011A
and resolution.
meeting pcrlrnents.
now being distributed across the
Fountain told the CUBB lanta for the meeting. nation. The 15-minute film is diamond rings valued at HYBRID PEARL MILLETup
board, among other things, that "The board didn't stipulate he entitled. "Florida's Modem $1,735 were stolen from Gem
he "did not see himself as a (Fountain) could not receive Board( Member Robert Scott Forests" and deals with the ,, Jewelry, 109 E. Call St., last to 53% more forage
poor boy, country boy taking a funds from other agencies" moved that the board acceptthe mechanization of the Industry to- Friday, according to the owner _, _
chance"on .something he saw on Herman Johnson stated. refund and "pass. It up" if Blanding Fete day. Nolan L. Woodburn. I than ordinary millets!
He said he interviewed Miss Joworeki replied that
paper. any violation of the law to In- Alt foresters, landowners tree Woodburn said his wife was
sponsors after arriving in Fountain had led CUBB and volved. farmers and those working In the waiting on a,customer when
Washington: D, C. He said it OEO to believe the $400 per mo. two entered the has shattered
Sage said the CUBB had< no' Set For CofCContinued general area of forestry are Invited Negro men In extensive pasture tests, new Millex 22
was left to the Individual was the only way he could live authority, over the legal matters. to the luncheon. store and began browsing. existing yield records, producing as high as 55 tons of
trainee to "get what be thoughthe In Washington D. C. to take the Clay 'Board Member Charles Additional Information may be One man Inquired about billfolds acre. Compared to ordinary millets, NorthrupKing's
ought to have to provide training ( from Page One) obtained by contacting W. W. and while Mrs. Woodburnwas grass per millet shows more early vigor,
Holmes termed Fountain's offera pearl hybrid
services.' The cost of living was "I know it," Johnson replied (Bill) Hood at Camp Blanding, helping him the other man new
"somewhat high" Fountain "The ,poor* people said not to "fine gesture" ( cold. send him. but he was. sent" be accepted. Union Board aid.. Several areas around Foster Shi Smith In Starke. and took the four rings: With good management Millex 22 summer pastureswill
His "spectrum Is being broadened A moral case against Fountain Member Robert Drlggers. said, Starke and In Hampton Brooker from the boxes. often carry two or three more cows per acre than
In the area of housing;' is all that was Involved Fountain "has just been moon- and Lawtey are being consideredas The theft was not. noticed until ordinary millets. Relished by cattle, Millex 22 produces
Fountain .said, and the two-year Johnson( said, no legal -action lighting" with more than one, possible sites he said. No KindergartenWorkshop a few minutes after the pair nutritious summer grazing, free of prussic acid.
obligation "dawned on me.. 'was involved. ag-eiicy, and 'also suggested Uieboard further details were given. Draws left, Woodburn said. The theft Best news of all: Millex 22 is available for pasture
the offer.Scott's .
Several jobs have been offercd ., Fountain asked then that tho accept Failed to comment on lastweek's occurred about 5:30: p.m. plantings this yearl! Reserve your Millex 22 seed right
him in the area of Housing. Board consider his request, .saying motion 'was passed meeting with the County 75 TeachersAn !
unanimously by the 18 ,board Auto Inspction now
Commission at which the county
Fountain said,
and he receiveda he had to leave to catch a
letter from Gov. Claude Kirk's plane back to Washington D. C. members.A :body stated it will take a closer authority on child develop Crackdown Available from:

....... ........ .......... .-..-...-..-..-. .... -.o..:.... ........ ........ ....... later motion to grant the look at how the $6,000 the Chamfber ment and urged early childhood kindergarten education
unconditional leave of abscence receives from the county Starts SaturdayThe
requested by Fountain was,passed annually Is spend. President La. teachers to "put more wiggle"Into
unanimously. A question Nler "asked If there was any their classroom efforts Florida Highway Patrol Starling Farm SupplyEDDIE
arose however, as to exactly comment. and to strive for a teaching and will stop issuing 46-hour warn .
';. "what the unconditional leave of -Presented a plaque to Bas learning environment that will ings and start handing out arrest -
1 WHEN THERE'S A J absence means. com F. (Bud) Mizell, ;presidentof bring out the best in children.Dr. citations Saturday to motorists STARLING OWNER
Don Rapp. assistant. director -
who have not complied
First Federal Savings and
Fountain explained lie wan of Institute for Human Andrews St. (Rear of Tastee
j Loan Association of Etaite.< for with the new auto Inspection 225 W.
"n : PUNCTURE. asking to retain the technicaltitle Ills "unselfish loyalty" and "dis Development at FSU gave this law. Freez on 301)
l II of deputy director but wanted advice to some 75 kindergarten Officials estimate that about
to draw no salary. He said tinguished service as a (Chamber teachers supervisors and elementary four million
IN THEPOCKETBOOK 4 75,000 of Florida's l RAC J
) vice-president" in 1968. Mizell NORTHRUP KINO SEEDSMVE
he last
wants it left to himself and school principals licensed vehicles have not pass
: the board( as to whether he will Is Chairman of the Chambet's Friday at an all-day workshopheld ed inspection since the law became -
return to ,the CUBB job when Bradford> Improvement at Hampton Elementary effective last July.
he finishes his training In seven Committee.Was School. It was sponsored by Col-
told that President LA. - - -
months. umbia Regional Education Ser
after! has been elected a member vices Center (CRESC), based at
Holmes suggested that Foun. ef the board. of director of the Lake City.

r :Q or.rr tain be ''allowed ,leave and the North Florida Goodwill Industries. "Each of you knows that a UP TOMODERN

CUBB Board notify him In writ- young\) child Is constantly wiggling ., .
Ing. -Was told that. special symphony in a physical tense,".
Come in and concert featuring the Rapp said. The same thing Is
The meeting: ended, 'however North Florida area counties Is 1.Iftof his mind. It Is constant.
o get cash In with the Board apparently scheduled' at the Jacksonville ly moving wiggling if you
-
agreeing to Fountain's delta-* Civic Auditorium next Tuesday ailhso let's think along those
: minutes. + tlon of the "unconditional. leaveof Feb. 18, at 8:30Timber: pm lines and do some wiggling our. LIVINGwith
abscence. selves. Let's try to do something I H

According to CUBB minutes It tomorrow that Is Just a little bit H
m to unclear whether the requestwas Suit better a little bit different than
"
granted and ''Whether Fountain we did today.
: / at the workshopwere
ilf1 1G'e will retain 'the technical Represented
Columbia, Bradford Levy,
: title of deputy director while In Heard Again
Dixie Nassau and Union counties
Washington. Sage Questioned theMAGIC
each a member of tfrp
Ills retaining\ the title In view of
4 CRESC set-up, and also representatives -
(Continued from Page One)
a Job reclassification he :has proposed
from the Duval and
0
Call on us when you need help in repaying + to 0 A CUBB board member TWW- ber firms protesting each year and a Lake City kindergarten.
bills. Get cash double-quick. Loans ever, said the leave of absence until Itfinally came to trial before OF MAGIC CHEF
4 furniture. + has been granted by the boardIn Judge Murphree on Jan. 16, 1967. !
made on your signature, car,
4 accordance with Fountatn'erequest Container argued for an ass- Feeder
Pig Sale
essment averaging about $45
and< It will be :up to per
$25.00 TO S600.0O Fountain and the board whether acre and the county; held to Long Set Fri., Feb. 21

: TOWN FINANCE COMPANY !he will Is completed.return 'when his training : $79 Judge average Murphree figure.ruled In favorof A Feeder Pig Sale will be held True Economy -- Reduces Utility Bills

: :Fountain said he wanted the Bradford County; In the summerof at the Gainesville Livestock Mar-

.226 N. Temple Are. Phone 964.7449'.ooo..o..oooooo go salary to the he people would as not a contribution draw to- the later.1967.decision The trial came lasted several five months days, ket next to County Friday; Agent Feb.George 21,accordIng Hug-- No Problem When The Power Goes Off


..I from him to ,the four counties : The case was heard by the gins.Deadline for consigning pigs to COMPLETELY AUTOMATICThere

.,......_______u u u,__ ...__ .........,.. ..__..__.d.. .__H. ....u..u,.... .,......... ... First District Court of Appealson the sale is noon Monday, Feb.17,
"''::'::-: ::::'::'::':":'=::::=:: '''''''''<< :::::::::::::::::::: ':::-::-:-::- July 23. 1968 at Holly Hill. Huggins says.Growers .

In a 2-1 decision, the appellate planning to sell pigsat
r- I upheld the Circuit Court decision the sale are required to fill Is NO MATCH With Modern Gas
of Judge Murphree. out a form which must be sent
Container then carried the pro to Tallahassee requesting a per-
jj FLORIDA PEST {;1 test to the Supreme Court. ment for pigs to be inspected Cooking
The case tried in Circuit
before the sale. The forms are
\ Court covers suits filed In 1965- available at the county; agri-
CONTROL 1j
66-67. culture building, Huggins said. ._.
Again last year Container
protested 1968 assessments, am
I which also averaged $79 per Prison Unit -- OVEN WINDOW
acre. Attorney Yawn asked fora
WEEKEND ..fShipment summary judgement in Cir- At Lake Butler

f cuit Court by Judge Murphreeon Gets New HeadSUperintendent
t grounds that the
matter has tt
*
.... CLOCK
New .. already been settled in the 1965- -
1, 1jj R7 suits. Carrie Curlee .5o.
That judgement has not been who organized and opened Flor- i\ .

1 1 granted yet, presumably pendingthe ida's centralized prison reception -
Supreme Court's decision on and medical center near g !=-:- *
t Container's appeal.Hearing Lake Butler last year has been i TIMER

:::: Reg. $1.98 :::: transferred as superintendent of f
the Apalachee Correctional In- _
;@ NOW ; Set stitution, effective next week.
COMPLETELY
1 i Succeeding Curlee at the Lake

f aaeike# [Continued From Pace One] Butler unit will be Lawrence J AUTOMATIC
Dugger, who Is currently asso-
'
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1.69 I !: "They apparently took it under ciated with the Sumter Correctional
advisement and apparently decided Institution.

>> It was not In their best NO MATCHES
Interest.: Curlee. who has been with

I f TREE ROSES Reg. $795NOW $6.50 All municipalities, with the the state correctional system NEEDED
I exception of Hampton turned for 19 years came to the Union

thumbs down on the suggestion. County reception center In 'VMAOIC CHEF.

is I ANNUAlSReg.. 89*% doz. I Hampton deferred action struction.1966 while It was under con Regular Price



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3 Make Straight A's At BIAS REP. FUQUA WILL PRESENTCUBBAWARDSNEXTFALL is more license A fresh than In water Is a the a piece fishing future fisherman'sinvestment of of license paper.A fish-.


; fun.

Three Bradford High School Lake Butler10th grader. stone. Congressman Don Fuqua will Sage said that Fuqua's acceptance I
students made straight A's for Stephen Johns. Brooker12th grader. present CUBB's "Citizen of The of the invitation Indicates i
the third six-weeks grading perIod Starke- nth graders. Libbey Testone Year" award as well as certificates his "genuine concern and
which ended Jan. 23. Louise Batten Bill BUby Kan- Melrose- 12th grader. of "Distinguished Com- Interest In the poverty situationour U
I
Rebecca McMillan,sophomore, dan Chism,Daisy Coleman Ruth Elo' lee Cooper. munity Service" at a special area faces and our agen-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Crosby, Mike Fogg, SlyviaFreeHoqw Hampton- 12th graders. meeting of the board next fall. cy's efforts towards eliminating
rill Me Millan. of Starke has Mazella! Durham, and Madonna that situation."
now made straight A'. all three Howell, Donna Lamb, Sally Lawson Meng. The announcement was made
grading periods so far In the Phyllis Lyons. Linda Morgan by Ronald W. Sage. CUBB director -
1968-69 school term. I David Nail,Katherine Peek, upon return from a conference Grid ,
Marilyn Patterson, senior daughter Vickie Putnam, Greg Riherd, David with tee CongressmanIn Banquet Ask
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Savageand Doris Spengler. Adams Wins Washington.The .
Patti.rBnn of Starke and Bar- Lawtey- llth grader. Set TonightThe I

bara Srierrtll, senior, daughter Kathy Scott.Graham11th. Council Seat Charley ,
of Mr and Mrs. Joe Sherrill. grader. awards are given to Individuals .
Route 2. Starke have both made Kay Davis. who In the opinion of 1968-69 annual Bradford E.
straight A's for the second stra- Starke12th graders: At Brooker: the CUBB Board of Directors. High Football Awards BanquetIs
ight six-weeks. Virginia Baldwin, Nancy Bell, (have contributed selflessly and scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Johns :
Their schedules? Miss Pat- Elaine, Cowart, Doyle Crews One new memoer and two incumbents -. significantly to combatting poverty tonight (Thursday, Feb. 13)) In f
terson and Miss McMillan are Linda Durrance, Reggie Flynn were elected to the In the four-county area the BUS cafeteria.
taking six subjects. They have iI j Pate Gassett, Juanita Griffin, Brooker City Council In Tues (Clay. Union Baker, and Brad- backfield Coach Dan leaning I About This Quet,'ian:
no study hall. Janice Hollingsworth, Donnie day's election. ford). I of Florida; State University; will
Miss Patterson is taking Math Jackson, Roger Kelly, Martha Incumbent Roy Carroll was be -featured speaker for the
IV, shorthand I, English, hum- 1 Lane, Tryphenla McRae. Mad- :high! with 57 votes, while ify event. About 300 persons attend "There are many families
anities, Spanish n, and office onna Meng, Harmon Morgan La- cumbent J. R. Mott was runnerup The director's conferency with each year. today with large' incomes
aid.Miss Those three Bradford High coeds arc the only ones of the mar Norman, Sheila Taylor, with 52. The new face around Rep. Fuqua centered around the The Telegraph announced last and property that could be
Sherrill takes vocational entire student body to make straight A's for the third six-weeks Diane Testone, Kathy Tetstone, the. council table will be A. B. agency's activities in areas of week the banquet would beginat wiped out by a large liability -
office education for three periodsa grading period. All are repeaters from previous honor roll Mary Sue Thomas, Tim Thom- Adams who nosed out IncumbentTed housing, attraction of new Industry 8 p.m., but Coach David Hurse judgement. Is personaland
day plus) art, guidance coun- pson, and Edward Thomas. Bigham by a one-vote said the time has been changed
II"ts. They are (I-r) Marilyn Patterson, Barbara Sherrill and and CUBB's summer professional Excess
selor assistant, and PAD Lawtey12th graders margin 34 to 33. C. J. Stalnak- to, 7pm.
Head Start
Miss McMillan is taking LatinU. .cbecca McMillan. Reggie Norman and Diane Tet- er, fifth man in the race, re- programs. Liability protection available -

world history, English 10, I ceived 31 votes.Incumbent for such persons and
algebra n, chemistry and off- Starke12th graders: Hampton- graders. I families, from the CharleyE.
Ice aid. Fran Casey, Beatrice Crum, Kelly Forysth and Kay Turner. Mayor M. O. Har- WHEN YOU USE AN Johns Agency?"
Debra Davenport, Mary Jane Starke- 10th graders: rell who has served in this of.
Dees, Barbara Eggers, Norma Linda Adkins, Douglas Brown, 3 quarts of soup. flee since 1955, tallied 59 for another ANDREWS CHARGE ACCOUNT r
A complete )list students with Gatlin, Mary Griffls Bruce Mark Crawford,RobertEdwards Now suppose we had made the two-year term. Other Incumbents 'our Prescription Tax Recordsare
A-B and B averages is: Haddock, Marie Hardee, Eleanor Jacque Gaskins, Lynn Green, soup from scratch. We'd have re-elected were City Charley E.
Lee, Sheila Lescarbeau, Sally)) Becky Groves Eugene Harris had to buy numerous vegetablesmeat Clerk Tommy Cox 60( votes: kept for you BY US JOHNSAGENCY

HONOR ROLL STUDENTS Moore, Jimmy Nelson Vera Pad edward Knight, Carole Mc- and cheese and to prepare and Marshal Leroy Stokes. 5S. ANDREWS DRUGSFor ,
Mike soup stock. Besides having to do will begin their s
gett and Evelyn Sinclair. KInney, Macy, Joan Net- All officials
Students with A Average: Lawtey12th graders: ties, Pat Pressley, Kelly Rich more shopping,the process would new terms at the March 4 Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 [ 131 So. Walnut St.
Rebecca McMillan- 10th Denise Knight, and Priscilla) ards, and Gregory Woods. have required more energy and Council meeting. Phone 964-5070
grade.
Brooker10th time. Cost? Probably about the
:
Tanner. graders
Marilyn Patterson, and Barbara
same, depending on the season
Sherrill- 12th Hampton12th graders Marie Archer, Valerie Bristol
grade.
Sharon Brown, and Phyllis and Tony Castlen. and how wisely the canned soups

A-B AVERAGE Meng. Lawtey10th; /graders: have been chosen.

Starke9th graders: Debbie Knight, Elissa Padgett, What did: we do? We toted 6
Jimmy Andrews, Terry Brown, B AVERAGE* and Joy Sapp. cans of soup, water: pot and,
Cherylene Combs. Stella Cost- Starke-9th graders HamptonlOth graders after simple preparations, TERWilLEGAR MOTORS

ello, Nlkki Crosby, Ray Daugh- Larry Batten, Cindy Chesser, Phyllis Griffin, Marty Me- wi 3 ready to e ii: The r-sdalt! :
tery Kent Graudon, Herbert Dale Clemens. Sharlene Elling-L and Laverne Outlaw. a creative soup as we*.:.
Green, Seleta Hall, Lee Hard- ton, Janie Gay, Gayle Johns,) '
enbrook Joan Hlnson, Rebecca Mike King, Richard Kirkland Melrose10th grader
Helen Of course, there is much to be NEW CAR
Long, Doris Overstreet, Jim Thrift.
Jackson Linda Powell, Beverly said for cooking from scratch--
Janice Stancil, Velma Wade Ralford10th grader.
Strunk, James Tomlinson, and
home-
that is, using all fresh or
Mike White. Mary Wager, and Judi Young. Melissa Gamble.
prepared foods. The cook who
Lawtey-9th graders: likes what she calls "real home 1
Roger Eunice, Norma Lou cooking" derives great satisfaction 1
Redding, and Ruthell Smith. ', in shopping and spending a r
Brooker- graders*. 'I ":ci \ I"s a woman's1..rrJVjfjfffjf lot of time in creative cookery.She .
Vicki HenryPam Inklebarger, : dotes on the compliments she
and Tern! Inklebarger. gets from her family and friends.
Hampton- grader: ( ; DOLLARS AND CENTS? Do
Bonnie Trisler.
you save money or do you spend
rw more money by using convenience
I
Starke10th graders'Gloria food? Actually, the final answeris

Mixon, and Crews Robert, Linda Mullins.Haas,Beth By. Martha Sue McCain up"to you. It depends on how! YEAR END PRICES NOW-DURING
County Extension isely you shop. Taking all kinds5"
convenience foods Into consideration -
Starke- llth graders: Home Economics Agent the difference In cost
Joyce Allen, Eugene Mock, between foods you prepare at
Christy Padgett, Jo Ann Salt- ,...,.
home and convenience foods is ..... .w""" .....
When packaged
buy a ,
serve. you "
er, and Brenda Tomllnson. CONVENIENCE VERSUS not always too apparent. But ,,,
mix which /
chocolate pudding requires
Hampton- 11th graders. HOME PREPARED FOODS: some convenience foods are higher i
and
addition of milk
Linda Stone and Elaine Young What are"convenience foods?" cooking the or a pancake mix to which in cost than fresh foods and .'. "-.,
blood. They come in two categories. others are less expensive. The >,
add milk and beat and bakeon a
Brooker- llth grader: When you buy a can of chocolate you differential is evident In the individual .\
these partially
a griddle, are
Billie Sue Inklebarger. ,' ,' pudding or a package of convenience foods. food catergorles. So you A
Rai.Jlth.gf.t4. ,. H *.ready-to-...cere these, are prepared-A well-stocked kitchen shoulo' have to look for bargains and \ .4.'J'
'Tanya;!' Watts. <*i 'k balance the extra
.... convenience foods that are com- have a large selection of mixes be selective to .
pletely prepared and ready toFURNITURE money you spend for some of \
canned, frozen, readytobakeitems :,,,/f
Items. On
as well as Instants such as the more convenience "
instant coffee, tea, nonfat dry the other hand when certain fresh ,,'-.......-.--_. ,--"* $>
or home-prepared foods are hi-
milk crystals, etc.
TIME AND ENERGY? How gh-priced in off-season periods,
convenient are convenience foods you can often save money by
compared with cooking from buying their conterparts in the J I 1 I
scratch or homeprepared" processed form.
Sforew/cfe/ E vent : foods? In general, the plussesadd In a study made by the Department -
it was'
up for the former. In termsof of Agriculture,
time and energy spent in shopping found that most commercial
In peeling and preparing products cost more than those
vegetables and fruits, in extra prepared at home. Frozen beef
Discounts of pots and pans and kitchen tools patties cost at least 2 1/2 times I
that need cleaning, not to mention more than the homepreparedkind
fuel dollars, the homemaker is and canned chicken meat'
ahead. and fried breaded chicken roughly
CREATIVITY? But does she 2 times as much as home pre-
At certain times of the
lose out in her need to be cre- pared.
ative, an argument often offered? year, however, frozen orange
juice is cheaper than fresh. A Ford Motor Contest Ends 28lh
25 00ON Not necessarily, Take soups, be than Company February
as one example. To be specific, cake mix can cheaper a
comparable variety of cake made

a other hearty foods, filling, was called soup, for among as from scratch cake;mix for Instance made, a AND WE ARE DETERMINED TO WIN !
chocolate
vs. one
FUI1IMTU1IElp part of the menu. Here Is the from scratch.
HEARTY CHILI CHEESE
To 3H< Months To Pay SOUPTwo recipe: 10 3/4 ounce cans Which catergory of cook do you
fit into? If you're like most
tomato rice 2
NEW ONLY' 2 condensed soup of us, you're a combination of
-
11 ounce cans condensed chili BUY NOW AND SAVE YOUR USED CAR
both. Let's say that you'vejust
Philco Color TV's $199 ea. bean soup, 2 10 3/4/-ounce cans learned how to bake bread
condensed Cheddar Cheese Soup

m mmmmmmC. nish 5 soup, If cans desired.In water. popcorn gar- and vades love the the house aroma as it bakes that pre-and WILL NEVER BE WORTH MORE ON A TRADE!

the wonderful taste as well. Sur-
H. NASWORTHY a large aluminum or Dutch
prise the family and bake a loaf
combine stirring
oven soups
FURNITURE & until well blended. Gradually, for a special brunch and after ----._ _' _____-"_ ____Wq, _"--_ -- .
APPLIAXC'E eggs and bacon are served bring
add water until mixture is
out a store-bought coffe cake. ,
throughly blended. Heat to boil- ,
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about 20 minutes. Makes about MATHEWSWell

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I Set For Big .Red two points by Perry The Tornadoes outscored Perry npdoeawith 22 points. .Attain Oak beat Orange Park last Against Falatka here Tfriday 5-5-15Murphey .11--2, Oraudon
72-70, Bradford's cagers. fell to a from the field by four points.Jiltttng Brown had 20 and Blye 15. Lewla weekend, that game' giving the the Tornadoes held only a one 0-0-0, Marks 1-1-3. Totals 113.
12-6 season mark after Saturday's 29 field goals' to Perry'e cored 23 for'Perry game highs Perry -Lewis 8-7-23,Williams
Live Oak comes to town next Live Oak !has to play Holies Raiders a fourth conference point edge 47-ae, after the firstperiod.
road game lost ito the 27. But it was the old had 20 and Smith 9-2-20. Stephens 259. Smith
Monday. Feb. 17. for a Florida In Jacksonville and If Bolles up. eame storyat white Williams Joan :and handling BITS undisputed But they got rolling and
Star Conference clash with eets the league leaders and If Bulldogs. ., the free ,throw line as Perryiwan 12. possession of'second place. held a 41-34 balftlme lead and 5-2-12. Farrell 3-2-8. Jackson I
Bradford's fighting Big Red the Tornadoes pull a similar up- The Tornadoes battered (hapless that battle and game 23-017. The: Tornadoes. won the first Live Oak Is now on top of had a 61-47 third(period> margin. 0-0-0. Totals 271872.
cagero: In one of the biggest act next Monday, Live Oak Palatka 8V65 mere last Friday Perry hit 13 of 15 treethrows encounter with Perry 56-43 here, the Florida Star with 8-1 loop Adrain Brown led the Torwu Patetlca! Statistics
Feb. 7 for their 12th win. the second half. Bradford got The Palatka win eecond one BHS 17 24 20 25 86
games of the season. would have three league defeats mark the one loss being to does with 20 points but three
like the Tornadoes. Coach "Perry didn't have much only one free throw chance the over the Braves this year. !gave fit. Augustine iBHS Is second: others were also In double fig- Pal.161713'1865BHS
!height, they Just out .ustled us final two pertods. itne Tornadoes an 8-3 Florida McKnigM 8-2-18,
Coach Mike Sexton's cagera Sexton points out. and Orange Park Is third. urea and close: ..behind. Blye and
will be fighting to hold undisputed Friday night Feb. 14, the on the boards," Coach Mike Sexton David McKnight led the Tor.Students Star Conference .record, Live Starke has ODe :McKnight' had ..18 points each Brown 10-0-29. Graudons. 5-5-13.
more game
possession of second Tornadoes will host Green Cove said explaining the upset. ,. and Mark Graudoos iliad 15 Murphey! 0-0-0. Graudon 1-2-4.
With :
-- "r : Live Oak. They )lost the
Sexton pointed out that the< Tornadoes -0 I 306. Chandler (0-2-2.
place In the conference If Marks
or. Springs in a non-conference
tint points.
: encounter In Live Oak 71- !
Live Oak loses to Bollcs the battle. Preliminary contests got only 10 rebounds 90. Bye had 21 rebounds Gran-+ Jars (0-1-1. Kttierd 1-0-2. Tally
Tornadoes could be fighting for Friday and :Monday begin at other than the 19 brought down a.Y, Should BHS beat Live Oak and dons 13, and McKnight 12. 000. Totals 351686.
6:30 p.m.BHS by: dependable Charles iBlye. \ tY,:; Statistics Palatka McCool 9+22,
"r Perry
( If Live Oak is
upset 'by BoJles
a share of first place. "We were just getting oneshot 70 Castleberry 226.Walker 12-6-30,
B1L5116.18 20 16 -
) or St. Augustine, in either
: they were getting position : of () GlL
Live Oak now holds first ". '' Clay 1-0-2. Anderson O-frO. -
24 16 16 16 72
lost to I the two conference Perry -
both Live Oak and LO
place with only one conference and keeping us away from the __ games eon frO-0. Webb 0-1-1, Golden
defeatto St. Augustine. The Green Cove in previous games boards." Sexton said. The Tornado + I IT inas left, the Tornadoes could BHS McKnight 8-6-22.Brown 04-1, Moye ()..1..1. Williams ()-2.2,
.
this year. Live Oak topped the forwards were standing r conceivably end up la .. tie rIJl'8t
Tornadoes have three losses 10-0-20, Graudons 4-0-8, Blye Totals; 2447-65-
Tornadoes 71.66 In Live Oak and place.:
still and waiting for the ball
and are In second place. Orange I II
Park, beaten by Live Oak last Green Cove edged them one to cometo: them. Instead of go. I
week, now has four conference Cove.point. 63-62, Feb. 4 In Green Ing out after It,the coach said of.
Josses and is In third place.: the rebounding effort
Reason for the Monday game ''When don't get
you any
Pontiac
Is the upcoming Florida Star s
Tropical
Sex.
more rebounds 'than that
.
Conference
Tournament set for
FREE ton said, "You've got Live Oak's
new gym Feb. 20- "
to lose. .
22, Thursday through Saturdayof
100 Gold Bond next week. Monday's game The Tornadoes played oome- '
with Live Oak ds the final one from-behlnd ball in Perry. They'lWe.re j..e
Stampswith
IOf the regular season. down 24-16 after the first
period and ;had a six point deficit
purchase: 40-34. at the half. ,' !
The conference championship Pulling within two points :+-. v
D&V will be determined by regular *' Lt11
of the Bulldogs the Tornadoes laNIIRi't'
There will :
season play. be
Texaco Service conference tournament champ-a outscored them 20-46() In the third 1. -
period which ended 5654. But
Ion, but that has nothing to do :rROVtt
both teams hit 16 points In the .
231 N. Temple 6
with the
loop Champion ,
n'Erft1S'
final period 6 1-6430
< Sexton says. .
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s' Owieditorjaf.' ; industry: but our Chamber of

Commerce has several :times
y ll
as a matter of fact.
i i Letters to U.S.MAIL 'The point to this whole letter

Is this: You carried a fkonfpage

story about some small
people who are attempting/ tat

,the Editor "kill the goose that lays our

II I golden eggs." On the back page
:
I of the same Issue. in a, place of
.
less prominence you carried a
The Boss -s-.- ,
You're story of the Chamber of Com*-

Dear Mr. Matthews: the Chamber I haven't felt the fierce 22nd Annual Meeting and
I speak! for but need the of '
"i myself right I mention that in doing so, I woman, Mrs. Loyree LaNier
Interested in government? Ing and promotion by the Chamber has give of their time in 'what they
am by no means In a. minority the new President of our Chamber
Certainly you should be you're not been challenged specifically, but believe to.be right steps to take ,
when I say I think it's time for bettezplace asking for greater com
helping pay for it. those who doubt its validity base their somebody to speak up! to make my County a munlty cooperation and support.
which to live.
A wonderful opportunity to demon. opinion on another bill, passed for anon Most folks who know me. in and She said "working together
Since I am A (taxpayer,
strate this interest will be affordedat ther county, for another purpose, and + / know that I'm an ultraConservative some of my money, however there can be no stopping: what

4 p.m. Friday, Feb.21, when our having little in common with the bill under Nr and that I'm fed up with little it might be, goes into the can be achieved." Four days.

Legislative delegation will hold a hearing discussion, except that they both required all the give-away (programs of Chamber promotion' effort, I've later, two County Commissioners
demonstrate bow
in the courthouse to air proposalsfor expenditures of public funds. our government. If they know come to the conclusion that I, willing;
they to
me, they also know that I don'task are help by attemptingto
local would challenge the Cham- !should point) out .a few things
legislation to be introduced at Those who for a. dime that I haven't control or cut off Chamber
the 1969 session of the State Legisla ber-support .bill seem to feel that stricter earned, but when I've earnedIt notwithout .a. great deal of funds.

ture. accounting must be given of the I expect to get paid for my thought on the matter time Your story also mentions: the

It is quite certain that some interesting funds which are used for "advertisingand particular service' .and I've If been around memory a serves long me "Job Corps" effort of a few

matters will be presented at this promotional purposes," and there I'm .a property owner and a right It my was the Chamber of eral years ago. It was another: Fed-
program and I didn't likeIt
session as at least one member of the might be some justification in their taxpayer. What education I have. Commerce and a group of citizens either, but since It didn't

Legislative delegation has said that stand. Certainly any public funds that I've also earned. In other words that brought Big Dad here, come about, what possibly could

no local bills will be introduced unless are spent are subject to strictest scru -and nobody I haven't has asked given anybody me a :thing to about 18 years ago result: .a be accomplished by holding; a

they have first been presented for dis tiny. But advertising and promotingthe Garden Club BIP AwardA give me anything, nor do i I ex lot of people employed and businessmen a .lot grudge?

cussion: at the hearing. county "as a location for business, pect anyone to give me some. of checks (sashed! by It may pay us to remember
the
Among a few of the things that seem industry, agriculture, and homes" is a thing for nothing. I've said years: >a Attorneys for our largest
ed destined for the hearing agenda are: very broad field and it is difficult to BIP Award was presented Tuesday Jan 28, to The Starke the above because I want !you City and County and ''a lot of private employer asked
-Salary increases for county officials draw the line between what should be to understand that I don't have sold the City. Some
Garden Club for Its outstanding contribution to improvementsmade electricity by help from Chamber on the severance

and possibly for members of the included or excluded in this endeavor.An on the premises of the new City Power Plant and the any think axe it's to grind.I time.for oom&lxxly1to of these people should !remember tax issue. As I remember

County Commission and School Board. advertisement or a promotion does : the Chamber now. it there was a danger of
adjacent highway Island on SR 100. out
speak In favor of OUR
itself someone has to If my memory serves me. closing one of its two plants If
-Proposed "home rule" legislation generate
not The award was received by the president, Mrs. L. L. Full- Chamber of Commerce, but I Chamber of .
it and finally im- right It was the a severance tax was Imposed.The
discussed in more detail in another conceive it, develop advertising wood, and past president Mrs. A. Russell Norman. The beautl- want it clearly understood that Commerce who( helped to get Chamber went to bat for

editorial on this page. plement it. Should a legitimate fication program had been started while Mrs. Norman was I'm not .a dues-paying member'of the Starke Golf & Country Club the company. Isn't It just pos

-Possible legislation for the controlof or promotion expenditure include. president of the club, and completed during Mrs. Fullwood'a this organization.I started. A lot of folks have sible that our two County Commissioner

fires, stray dogs, and other pests these primary steps or only the end product haven't .always agreed iwlflh !played' golf and enjoyed the, friends might have

that have recently "bugged" residentsof itself? term.The club worked with the City In producing the favorable every project of the Chamber club facilities. They ought to been out of a Job If the Cham-
all projectsadvocated but since II don't give of my ber hadn't helped? From whatI
not or remember
some areas in the county. Whether or any !
results which are pleasing to all who pass by the Bite. time or In the ,work of
energy read in the it looks like
-Possible revision of local legislation by the Chamber in the past iwhen It looks lUte it needs their paper
that Issue might come up In
authorizing the County to make grantsof have been popular or unpopular with help. Tallahassee again
to the Chamber of Commercefor different segments of the communityis DIARYa If my memory serves me
money FARMER'SLast again, the Bradford County Pair A letter to the editor a few
"advertising and promotional pur- entirely beside the point. The legalityor Ma, grown and prospered)! since weeks ago criticized the Cham-

poses." illegality of legislation is not basedon rJ disposal heap will rust or rot It left It's sponsorship by the ber for the "plight of the mo
Friday, for the first time
This last matter has been the subject such considerations.In this away, that doggone plastic American Legion (of which I ama tels. It also said It's time to
strawberries
we saw
season some
of discussion at a recent meetingof the meanwhile, perhaps somethingcan on sale on the highwayin seems thing. to We be Impervious would add another to any member), mostly because the drive wake up.301 I've several had times occasion lately to

where its be done to strengthen, or eliminatethe This Chamber manager :Bob McIntyre
the County Commission Lawtey. 1 Is the latest we item: the pressurized cans Just to check on the motel situ
valadity was questioned by two mem flaws if any in the 1959 can remember berries going on which you discard and cannot and now Pete NavmJc, took it on ation. Most motels look like
authorizing the county to sale Initially and is ample evidence of them explod and gave l.c burn for fear
bers of the board and the county at legislation .All the folks in they are getting their share except
the Chamberof that the current crop has r was needed.
contribute public funds to ing. for about two or three
torney.It .
been held back by the weather.It e :Bradford County enjoy the Fair,
one of which belongs to the
Commerce. this willcome ;Is reported that the Florida So practically everything today and a lot of people from other critic.I .
is a law of long-standing, however We do not know whether 90 plants are doing well though, is compllcated-neven. trash areas come to Bradford Countyduring

having been passed at the 1959 Leg up for discussion at next week'slegislative but that the new varieties and garbage The old mills bottle the Fair time. Some o< could say that the Chamber
hearing or not but if it planted are behind schedule. these folks should remember the
islative session. Under its provisions, :has practically disappeared, of commerce doesn't give me
importance
the County has been giving financial does, it is a matter of such vital By Sam McGarveymore "wd the paper cartons promised Chamber now. any business, yet the fact remains
to the chamber for the past to the community that it Incidentally; the balmy weather to be easy to dispose of and Again, If my memory serves that most people who
support out sufficient numberof we reported last week did were. But now we have plastic me right, it was the Chamber of
just as should bring a need a sign call Bill Soto and
ten years, without challenge to register a not last long and was followedby winter. We preier to rely bottles, and while buying them 1, Commerce that inltated the some of these businesses come
giving funds, under authority bonafied taxpayers white frost that just about the trees for we have Development
it has been ; opinion a on pecan Is easy, getting rid of them Is Bradford County here because of our Chamber of
of special acts, to the Hospital Board, true crossection of community_ blanketed the area. Of course, noticed that when they leaf out, quite a different matter. Authority and It's Chamber Commerce helping to bring

the Fair Association, the County Library whether in support or opposition.So last weekend we had a soaking you can be sure that spring is. manager Pete Novak who ser- them here.

the Recreation Department, and again, we repeat -interested In rain that was badly needed andIt here. .... For example, berry growers as the executive director of the.
,
River Valley Au- government? wet down the woods and reduced used to cut up a field at the Authority without pay. What
even the Suwannee You should be. It's your money.You're somewhat the danger of The Bradford County Volun- end of a season and the wild- has the Authority ,and the Cham- Finally there's this business
thority, to mention a few. woods fires. teer Fire Department membersare done? about "horse manure" on City
together
for it. hay mulching used was :no problem iber 'working
helping pay sidewalks. I don't have the
the act authorizing the ahead in their
Even now Hearing? moving right as It quickly rotted. But Owen Joist of Florida employ
Chamber to allocate funds for advertisAs See you at the Legislative And during the coldest night efforts to get .atarted, and before now, we use plastic mulchingand about 80 people .*... now that the problem so I can't know how I
would act but dowe have to
of that 'time the 22-volt line at too {have ,
long we may at first some growers tried Chamber needs their help where
I our meter burned out and we some fire protection. for the cutting it up with a disc and are they? North East Florida. blame the Chamber of Com
were without heat, water and people who live within a five that was unsuccessful. So now Civil Defense Headquarters" on merce for this too?

What About Home Rule? lights In most of our home. mile radius of Starke But as they cart it off to a county Edwards loop road now that I like the way this particular'
(Modern conveniences are just one member reported to the dump and it Is a headache to the Chamber needs their help of County tax Is
$8.000 money
dandy-when they work. But at county commission last week sanitation officials because It where are they? don't know how
spent. I
times they fall, and when they the department will answer any apparently lasts forever. Where are the 60( people who being
.
if the do, you remember wistfully how and all calls regardless of the !It's possible to run an office
within ordinance
invalid a municipality brought
the Inn
we see it, Home Rule essentially work at Holiday without paying for rent or uti-
with of the mu easy It was to start a fire work origin. Undoubtedly we will find solutions effort of the
gives a governing body, such as the conflicted one here through! the lities or salaries for people to

Bradford (County Commission, power to nicipality. It would not give the com a pitcher lamp.pump or light a kerosene At that same meeting. Sanitarian to many today of the but problemsthat In the Chamber of Commerce? run the office, but If it is possible

pass its own ordinances. To put it more mission power over municipalities or Jack Trawick gave an meantime beset we us are going, slightly Where are the 40 or so people then I would like to see the

simply Home Rule would enable us to other elected county officials, Rep. Gene Feb. 14 Is the traditional annual report in which he said balmy trying to cope with them. iwlw which work is the at Starke!latest! Industries successful same Government.kind of economies! We would in
County
Shaw has assured us. planting day around here, for plastic materials are posing a method
decide more things for ourselves.If Maybe there Is more project of the Chamber' and :Development n't need the courthouseand
the county had ordinance-making It should also be pointed out that those who want to "dare the'trost big problem at garbage disposal than madness In the explorationof Authority? wouldn't new need all the
has nothing to do with con ," but according: to that old dumps and land fills. We can and the first trip of we
Home Rule space Merchants
authority, as do our incorporated municipalities Where are the Retail County officials on the payroll.If ) .
most of
reliable weather forecaster, Sir understand it. as while will be
the Commission could take solidation. The two are entirely differ- colonists to the moon who benefit from the the rest of our tax dollars
trash and stuff put on
Groundhog, we are In for some the you BOld out In advance.
immediate action on vital issues. In- ent and separate concepts. payrolls created by Chamber'action were spent as wisely, this

Neither is home rule in any way related ? would truly be "The Land of
stead we must now wait for the legis ,
lature to meet and local bill. to a form of charter government, Yes, and where does your Plenty.
a
pass newspaper sit in the matter? Not a member, but a friend
More decisions could be made right except that counties operating under a Most Home Owner Without employed (people In the of the Chamber-Bill Soto.

here in our own courthouse. It wouldbe charter could have home rule if its Remember. Miss DeductionsOn area, you can't survive either.

much easier for the average citizen, electorate voted it. .
to get to the courthouse to voice his We should also say here that thereare Income Tax Judges, Lawyers. Doctors, Retailers WISH I'D SAID

than to Tallahassee. He would state limitations on the powers of the Butcher baker THAT
opinion
Most home owners d3 not take (mentioned In a letter to the I ;
also stand a much better chance of being taxation, and the power to pass a bond Alice Mc Garvey 25 Years Ago all Income tax deductions that editor last week) Tax Assessorsand

heard. issue. Rep. Shaw further assures us "Clean Up Month" was pro- the law 'allows. Collectors, Utility Trustees

The county commission is closer to that Home Rule does not grant more claimed for February 11 to March This is the opinion of Wayne Policemen and Firemen, news

the people of Bradford County than the financial power to the County Commis- II, 1944 by Starke Mayor CharlesA. Jefferson manger of the H&R papel.men-yes and every Sign

sian. Darby. I I labor; for the camp. Block office in Gainesville. Painter-None of us ca i survive
legislature in Tallahassee. We citizensare Whenever teaching degenerates
also be pointed out that the In the proclamation Mayor - Tliei---. -.,'r .> many quaufl-: without Industry to< pay taxes
more aware of our local problemsthan It should Darby said that of people I hxplyerjust into a mOlll' '-makinll profession -
Rule. groups Mrs. Charles Torres agreedto cations, the average ; and to employ us or to use our
are members of the legislature.A legislature has final say on Home could do much more than individuals head a project for the Red I doesn't hive time or roI -1 services. I can't think of a single the cause of education

more direct voice in county govern- The legislature can limit the Home so he asked the civic Cross to make, fill pack and I soiuv.i', u ;tay informed," the 1 County Commissioner or will be lost .- N. DeVane

ment would be given the people. The Rule Provision in any way it desires under clubs, churches,fraternal orders ship 207 overseas kit bags. The- manager says. "Consequently,' City Councilman who has gone Williams Holmes County

government closest to the people general or special law. and political groups to get behind es were given to each man and I he likely pays more taxes than he' out and brought us in a newt (Fla.) Advertiser.i
governs If Home Rule would enable us to the endeavor "to make Starke woman going overseas and con- should. On the other hand, some
best, we believe. the cleanest most beautiful town deductionsthat
sisted of many useful items. people try to claim
From the legislature's standpoint, solve present local problems such as in the state of Florida." Enclosed was a sewing kit, razor are not allowable, thereby '\. '. --

home rule for counties is desirable in dogs running loose, the fly problem, and blades, soap and soap I running the risk of paying a pen- .,. \-

that it eliminates the necessity of state enable us to participate in federal watershed W. M Edwards announced that dish, shoe polish and laces,play- alty should their returns be aud :--- _::;;;..-0'

etc. it would be good he was a candidate for the office cards writing and ev- ited." ... wr"" ..
law-makers to pass on hundreds of l local projects, ing paper ...- .
for of County; Judge. lie cited his velopes, cigarettes and paper- Interest on mortgage payments, .,.... -.- "
which cannot possibly us.The
acts with they experience of ten years on the and casualty ,
issue of Home Rule should be back books (Paper-backs were property; taxes ; -
become familiar. city council, sometimes as act- not as common then as the not covered by Insunnce: -
: To put it another way, the people of thoroughly explained to the County ing mayor and as chairman of are now.) yare just a few of the many deductions

: Bradford County would have a more Commission. Citizens should attend the the Board of County CommIss- a home owner can claim. ...

direct voice in their government if public hearing Feb. 21, where they can ioners. He promised that If Starke Baptist women made up Some of those that are not allow- Fl 3a J JGs
the issue and elected he would run efficient, able as deductions Include monetary
with
of the rules were made right here become familiar and sent 20 kits to Russian re-
more thrifty office with reduction In
a
; 1 I.HSCS arising from the sale
at home. If an ordinance proved un- question all three state legislators. the budget, an office six fugees. Their kits Included knitting -
open J of a house, repairs and remodeling
workable it could be more easily erased. If ordinance-making power will enable days a week, and stated that needles, hard candy, lump special assessments and -

: Home Rule won't give the commission us to solve more of our local problemsat efficiency and thrift would help ,sugar soup mix socks and soap. penalties for late payments on T -t Lets ; Boot t I}S.M.

; power over everything in the county. home, it richly deserves our consid reduce the tax burden. ;With Our Men in Service (1944) mortgages or taxes.

: Ordinances passed here could not con eration. We favor home rule if it meansa - Major Dave Drucker,son 01 Mr. "Real estate commissions and i:; --' .. = Je"

: flict with state law and they would be overnment that is more efficient, A Blackout which covered j and Mrs. Sigmund Drucker of loan discounts are home deductible : : ; i
sell "Mr. .
diii'ct and closer to home. entire eastern seaboard was pronounced :Starke, sent home a picture of .en you your "
.. an embarrassment to the I\himself leaning against the Corsair Jefferson says. "Th pr./I from| Py Lynn Hamilton of Southernfarlne}\
whole district but Starke seemed I which lie piloted against the such sale must be declared as

,: to have made progress. Only j Japanese somewhere in the southwest income however,unless you pur- Today's boating family has i a stake in every powerboats
about six lights in town were left Pacific. chase another house at a higher race. The wave of the starter'for flag is the go-ahead
signal
:;: The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH on and local civil defense officers price within a year, or build a innovation invention
| and I
said Starke's performance home within 18 months. If you some day a safer, more
"was 100% better than before." Morgan L. Tilghmanof Brookerand sell the second house also, the( powerful, more dependable ting fig.
fr. \ Harry D. Nettles,ton of Mrs. Besides the obvious adver- .
Police, firemen and Boy Scouts profit from the first sale must t
: ESTABLISHED! 18;> ffh/Dibit helped patrol the streets, along :Leah Nettles of Starke, are new be deducted from the cost of the Using value of victory, the I the idea in the late 1>a50's: and

,"', His banner over me waslove. with the regular civil defense off- ,recruits at U.S. Naval Training second. If you arc over 65 and: outboard motor manufactur-i now, when rules permit, the
era the
,r. Station, Great Lakes, nI. use race course as a "triple" is a common sourceof
certain
.-. .-(Song of Sol. 2:4): leers. meet additional qualifications proving ground for next year's power. Surprisingly the
and efor$20
sellyourhou ,
,". True justice is based on the Staff Sergeant Edgar M.Lewis, or next decade's new models. I 1 third engine is not used for
Twenty-five years ago it was 000 or less, any gain you make 1 Bolted under the shroud of ,
I speed but initial
law of love. So surely the more son of E. J. Lewis of Brooker, thrust.
L FLORI A ESSASSO the custom for the county tax has been transferred to "some- Is not taxable. an engine could be a new This same attitude save
we are able to keep ourselvesin assessor to go to the several where" in the Jefferson said that these are, power secret that cost thousands I birth I to a new twin hull catamaran .
,.". TON tune with this law of love, sections of the county for a far north Pacific. just a few of the more than 100 I to develop, test and perfect unveiled this wintern

,. a the more assured we are of few hours each year to take the the In j Florida. It's the work of
,." We. Robert L. Hurst, t/S. considered by company Boat design Is also Influenced noted marine
justice in our life. We know tax returns and homestead ex- Incometax designers Jim
1 individual's
,."" able to "0 emptions statements from land Marine Corps, was wounded In preparing an by the racing circuit. Wynne and Walt Walters,
that the more we are The
return. recent
.." ictton. popularity of the both of Miami. The boat was
,,. empty our heart of bitternessand I owners.Tax deep-V hull can be traced directly built by another great namen
E. W.
assessor Hayes
E. MATTHEWS. Edllar-Pabnaher. resentment the closer announced to victories In off-shore i: the
:: L. we his Itinerary for February Ernest Garrett Seaman lit marine Industry, Wilbur
:: r."I..d each Ttmrwlay and catered a. Sce*4C1 feel to God and His pood. We I 16 and 17. clots Is taking boot training at celved races. The a terrific stern boost drive from also re-its British MacDonald, Portland, Oregon.

:: M MalUr at The Pmt Office .t Mark, FUrMa become channels through According to law an owner 'Bainbridge Me!. racing performance. !Sopwlth.: sportsman will race the, unusual Tommy

.:" under Act if March 3rtf. 1ST. which God's divine law of jus- must mama declaraUon of personal 3 Almost everything Is worth craft' on the European circuit.

:,. tice operates as we center our property or the assessor Hobert C. Long, son of Mr. a try-at least once accordF' by two Evinrude 100

:: 1.baerlpll.rr !I. ttmdt areas: 1 year, ....; O...... thoughts and our faith in God, would make an estimate and add and Mrs. Eugen. C. Long of v Ing to the Evinrude News I hp engines. It was clocked at

:: trade area: I year IS.M. for His goodness cannot be 10% as a penalty. Brooder, has been promoted torank .....:" birth Service.to the This triple attitude Installation gave better' than :SO miles per hour.
overthrown set aside - of Technical: Sergeant In the Although speed was Important
..'' or as we The authorities at Camp Bland3:iOOth! Infantry Reglmwit at Ft. "The moon will affect (he outboard used by off-shore the hull design also has
know that God's is at champion
.' power Ing were advertising for Bensi C Jerry Langer,Miami nusually good handling char
.' unskilled :g. *. title-and the untied. Beach. Florida. He first
.. work to adjust every condition. tried acterlstlcs.

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J Mrs. Nell Underhill 42, of : : '.' '' :'''. '.(? (f' ".. ..:..' '. ., ,.. ,<<. ....... ...."...>.>:".",:..y..
JI Starke. died Friday, Feb. 7. ina ) CJ. IS "
I Starto hospital after an extended '
illness. She was born in ffij'ft !
Antioch Miss on Sept. 11, 1926. /foWi'i/ott: ii;

and was Street a member Baptist Church.of the Madison : / ;, f/liltJ IlJ l1ff ,fJ/l/dlif $. :


Underhill Surviving of are Starke her husband;her parents.,Paul : ': ).' :.., \\ :\ ;" :: f.L ;' : ::.:: ;.::;:;::;. >:'; .. ';' .: ':., x : '" :

James B.Bessie.Till Huff,Bran ,:,}.{ :. <.::. .. .. .
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Janle
don, Miss.; two daughters ._ '
and Kay Smith, both of Starke;' .

a stepdaughter. Mrs. Glenda BAYLESS HIGHWAY .
Young Washington. D.C.; three GltAll.Y.M BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH :
sons, Sammy Smith Palatka; Sunday School 10 1\. m. Mora- Sunday(School 10 a.m.; Morn- I 1 1111
Billy and Glenn Smith, both ofStarke Ing Worship, 11 a. m. and 7 p. Ing Worship Service 11 a. m.;

two stepsons\ Vernor m. Rev.o'r.ed Johns pastor. Training. Union. 6:30: p. m.; Evening I
Underhill, Winter Haven; and
Reginald Underhill Starke; three NEW RIVER BAPTIST Worship, 7:30: p. m. i I
sisters Mrs. Beatrice Berg, Sunday School 10 Jackson Miss.; Mrs. Iva Payne ing Warship 11 a. m. Training 7:30: p. m.: O. A. Meeting, Wednesday .S..{. iii :: ti ti'r I
Brandon Miss.: and Mrs. Eva Union( 7 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.: Choir :Re :: I
Hegwood. of Plain Mini 8 p. m. Wednesday night service hearsal Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.; {, '
Speaker Named five brothers, Luther G. Huff 7:30: p. m. Everyone' welcome Brotherhood meeting last Mon
For Mission At Jackson, Miss.; Morace and J. L. L. Parker, pastor. day in each month. Rev. David. ii I
W. Huff, both of Brandon, Miss.; Medeiros) pastor.
First Methodist and Horace Huff, Pelahatchle CHURCH OK CHRIST
Miss.Funeral Sunday: Bible Study 10 ,a.. m.; CHURCH OF GOD
Elick S. Bullington Jr., pastorof : services were held at Morning! Worship and Communion 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
Plttman Park United Methodist 4 p.m. Sunday in the Madison Service 11 a.. m. Evening Sunday SchixJ, ID a, m. Worship
Church, Statesboro, Ga., Street Baptist Church with Rev. services, 6:00.vVcdsesday: Services 11' n. m. and 7:30: p.
will conduct a preaching mission Denton Summit officiating. Interment : Worship service 7 m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30p. :
at the First United Methodist was In Crosby Lake Ce- p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe.
metery under direction of
t Church In Starke, Feb. 22- De- pastor.
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home.
27, with morning and evening NORTHS1DE BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH thalt loot the Lord thy God with all '
services. Following the evenlnlrservic.e.s HOPE
there will be groupdiscussions George L. BaileyGeorge Schedule CHURCH of .services: Sunday (Highway 100 at Thereasa.) :::: iii thy heart and with all they soul ::

in the homes. School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Warship Sunday School-10 a. m. 3r:. j and with all thy strength ii; 1%:t:

Mr. Bulllngton Is a native of L. Bailey 81. of Rock- l 10:45: a. m. Training Union Morning WOI'.sh1p-.l1 a. m. : and with all thy mind and :I:::
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Georgia and served in the Air ledge. Fla., died Wednesday 6:15: p. m. Evening Service Training Union-6:30: p. m. : //// thy neighbor as thyself./ i ::::
Evening Worshlp-7: p. m.
Force in World War H. He Feb. 5. Born in Starke on June 7:45.: Mid-Wcek Prayer Service l iF.i -
graduated with an AB degree? 27. 1887, he was a retired Civil Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services : l Luke I 10,27 :11
from Emory University and received Service employee: a member of -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle ij r riii

his DD degree from Yale Bahla Shrine Temple of OrLando FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Packham, pastor. <<
Divinity School.He Brevard York Rite Ma- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. p;::; iii The basis of God's first and greatest :;
was elected chairman of sons. Brevard Lodge F. & A. M. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD. f
The Board of The (\Ministry, Elks Lodge No. 35, of Cocoa Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice OF STARKE > commandment is love. God :;
South Georgia Conference In and the Presbyterian Church. Wednesday 8 p. m. West Weldon St. and Raiford { 'S
1968 and also .serves as a trustee Surviving are one daughter.Mrs. Rev. Robert D. Burch Road i$ !gave man the freedom to choose ;
of Andrew Cuth- Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. r : ;a
College ( Marie G. Kohler, Philadelphia ::
....
bert Ga.Union. Fa., and a sister Mrs. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00: a: m. Morning) Worship; 4: and therefore will not force :
Albert DeMacedo Springfield. Schedule of services: Sunday 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. :
Services. r::: his love on anyone. God took the f'
11 rn. Evangelistic
School. 10 a.. m. Worship <
David DyalUnion Va.Funeral services were heldat Training un- Wednesday: 7:00:()() p.m. MidWeek n
m. and 7:30: p. m. i
first and is
step always ready.toreceive
2:30: p.m. Monday in Jones Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting.
6:30 m.-
ion : ip.
Hampton
David Dyal, 91, of Memorial Chapel with Rev. Pastor: .T. E. GlUey : The Church is God's appointed agency in this world
Feb. 7, In a Stolte, pa.stor.PINE who would
died Friday, any come to
Ernest Flaniken officiating. =* for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and

Starke several hospital months.after an Born illnessof in Interment was in Crosby Lake LEVEL BAPTIST BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH of His demand for man to respond to that love by Him. ::::

Bradford County on July 10, 1877. Cemetery with Elks rites at the Sunday School 10 a. m. Moaning Sunday School 10 a.m.: 'Morning ,. ;iii loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the ::::
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he was a retired farmer and a graveside. Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- Worship 11 n m.; Evening ':: ...iii love of Cod, no government or society or way of life ::
Worship 7:30: m.; Prayer
member of Hampton Christian vices (Booster Band Young p. ::. i iili will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold illlilili ::
Wednesday ::
7:30
Church. Mrs. Ellen Law People, and Prayer Service). 6 Meeting Rev. J.: C.p.Heaters m.: pastor ;: so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from \\N 17ft.. ::::::::: ::
Worship.. 7 p. m. ( JIM!!' :
Surviving are two daughters, p. m. Evening ;:S ;
a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
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for Mr*. Wednesday
Mrs. Elmer Lewis of Starke, Funeral services Midweek Service
and Mrs. Junlta Green,Hampton; Ellen H. Law, 74, of 1047 LarkSt. 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D., MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ..;$f for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. ;::; 9. ::
and one son, James Dyal, Key- ., Jacksonville, were held at pastor.'! Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Beyond that however, every person should uphold :. : ::::
stone Heights. 4 p.m. Monday In the Murray School .1Jl::00 a. m. Morning .ij and participate in the Church because it tells the truth bf ::::
Funeral services were held at Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Grace: Baptist Church Worship, 6:00: p. m. TrainingUnion : about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which p ;:::
3 p.m. Sunday In the Hampton Gene L. Waterson officiating.Mrs. Sunday School 10:00: A. M. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- alone will set him free to live as a child of God. 110.\-: ::::
Christian Church with Rev.Merle Law died Jacksonville Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. ship. ru l Y
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Packham and Rev. Carl Clark hospital after an extended illness Training Union 6:00: P. M. Wednesday::30 Prayer Services ? -- '{ .. ::::
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officiating. Interment was in She was a retired schoolteacher Evening Worship 11:00: A. M. 1st and 3rd Wednesday ... CC.n' ..,........ :.:.
Santa Fe Cemetery with DeWittC. having taught In public Prayer Meeting, Wednesday night-1:00: p. m. Family might. ;
Jones Funeral Home[charge. schools in several counties Including 7:30: P. M. iii.... ii
Bradford and Duval. She Rev. Virgil Lovett, Pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
was a member of the Murray Hill OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Mrs. Katie PadgettMrs. Baptist Church. ((416 East Call St.)

Survivors include her husband FIRST UNITED METHODIST Services: Priesthood' 8:45: ; c
Katie Padgett, 92,of Law- Blanchard D. Law, Jacksonville; CHURCH STARKE Sunday School 10:00: ; Sacrament
tey, died Thursday. Feb. 6, in a a sister, Mrs. Clyde Gwin Hou- 11:00: Branch President,

Stir'o hospital after' an extended ston, Texas, and a brother Dav- Sunday Church.School 9:45: I Dean Hansen ,964:6278.K1NGSLEY : .
illness. She was :Jar.! lii" Hamilton '
id L. Hammel, Fort Myers. a. m.; Morning Worship, 11. '
County on Jan. 22, 1876 Interment was In Riverside' MYP"'-Snack Supper'?'eoNhp.lH. LAKE BAPTIST
and was a member of the Baptist '
: morial Park in Jacksonville with JVtYF' Meetings.6:30: p. m.; EvenIng CHURCH
Church. Hardage & Sons Riverside Fun- Worship, 7:39: p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Train:
twj if f\t3te, .
Surviving are :
eral Home in charge. Monday Jr. Girl Scouts. lag Union 10:15: a.m. Morning 1 "66"SERVICE 11
of STARKE
Mrs. Harry Wilkinson Lawtey, HURST SHELL
3:15: p. m.; Wesleyan MYF Sub- Worship '11 a. m. Evening Warship
Mrs. Laura Manning of Lake FAULKNER
and .: ::i ::
District Banquet. 7 p. an. 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer
Wales four James Padgett,
sons,
Jacksonville; ; Norman,Jerry, and Kirby T. Crews Tuesday Junior Girl Scouts Service Wednesday 7:30: p.. '' GULF SERVICE SERVICE 1
Monroe Padgett, all of Lake 3i5: p jn.Wednesday. m.Come Let us worship together
Wales; 21 grandchildren, and 34 Kirby T. Crews, 76, of Starke, Younger Child -Rev. Allen Price, pasted:. ..:.:. AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231UHAUL :::.:::.

great: grs-idchlldren. died Saturday Feb. 8, In a local ;ren's Choir Rehearsal. 3 p. m. f: Tire Truing
Funeral services -.vsr3'wid, at hospital after an extended illness Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. SMYRNA MISSIONARY
2 p.m. Sunday Feb. 9, in Jones lie was a native and lifelong 7:30: p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH I} RENTALS Headlight Adjusting 1m
Memorial Chapel with Rev. resident of Bradford County; ThursdayChancel Choir Rehearsal 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser <<
Robert Yates officiating. Inter- a retired farmer and a memberof 7:45: p. m. vices: Sunday School 10 .a. m. <<: Truck Trailer Brake Service ::::

ment was In Ochwilla Cemeterynear the Madison Street Baptist Friday Older Children's Preaching. 11 a. m. Training 1? Complete Lubrication
Melrose. Church. Choir Rehearsal! 3:30: p. m.SaturdayGonfiranatfoa Union, 5:45: po m. Evening Wor f Wheel Balance and
Surviving are his wife, Carrie Claw ship, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. Minor Tune-Ups <<
Walnwright Crews, of Starke; JO a. 20. -Elder A. G. Flynn, pastor 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment ;

one daughter, Mrs. Madaline r f. 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :::.
Dukes, Lake City; ; two sons, Ha- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH : Hi way 301 and 100 ::.:
rold and Doyle Crews, both of STARKE Sunday Service: Sunday, ti. PHONE 964.5899 All Minor Repairs ''
Starke; and 12 grandchildren. Opportunities of the week: School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- }; 410 S. Temple Starke

Funeral services were held at Sunday, Feb. 16 Sunday ship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Service {:, 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke rff. "::
11 a.m.Monday inJones Memorial 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service < <<
Wor
School 9:45: a.m. Morning
Chapel with Rev. Denton Sum- STARKE BUILDERS :
ship at 11; .sermon "Ephesua. Wednesday. 7:15: p. m.
rall officiating. Interment was in the Church that Lost Its First -Charles Reese, ministerST. 111 of LAWSON
Conner Cemetery with DeWitt Love." New River Baptist Association SUPPLIES, Inc. \\11
C. Jones Funeral Home in charge.
Music Reading Clinic. MARK'S EPISCOPAL 1 f.. MEAT MARKET
L STRANGE BEAUTY 2:30: p.m., at the church for all CHURCH STARKE ; Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC. 1 11
13 and Training Sunday !Services: ::
stagers age up. STORAGE
The crowing feature of a wom AND COLD r:,
Union, 6:15. Evening Worship. 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. Paint Supplies
an's loveliness members ; Complete Buffet Lunch $1.25 '
say
9 5e 7:30: ; .sermon "For\ Such A 9:30: a. m. Church School.. } We Specialize in Custom Slaughter.
of India's Toda tribe, is the: hair
Time As This." 10:30: ( a. m. Family Service. and Sporting Goods 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
"Blackbirds in a pie...you on her face. the more facial: hair Monday, Feb. 17 Youth (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd ing, Cutting and Wrapping- 1
mean this king ate crow?" the more attractive the "woman Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. New'River Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd
by their beauty # "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Freeze
standards Baptist Assn. Evangelistic anl! 4th 'Sundays). : Deep ..:

Rally 7:30: ; Rev. N. B. Lang. -J. Thomas Staa-b, Rector p s:: 219 Washington St. 964-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEPhone 1 j
ford of North Central Baptist
in Gainesville speaker. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN 964-7059
ulscouMustung Tuesday Feb. 18 Junior CHURCH s U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 ;j

( Choir Practice: Sunbeams; 3:30: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning '' PALMETTO !STREET= :::;
G. A. 4:15. Worship at 11. Evening
p.m. Primary Choir : r
SALES LOT MOBILE HOMES ,NC Wed., Feb. 19-Family Night Worship. 7:30.: Rev. Car]'rl l $ FLORIDA -
:Supper and Sunday SchoolTeachers Clarke pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES 1\\

UNCOMPARABLE PRICES AND QUALITY! and Officers Meeting. EST NEW METHOD
See the ALL-NEW '69 Models NOW 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MODULAR HOMES .m'
Church Choir Practice 7:45.: HAMPTON CLEANERS
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Seller -W. A. Hogan, pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ONTROL
Nation's Best
NEW 1' MOON Worship at 11. Training I; ; 24Ft. Wide Under New Ownership m
ONE YEAR GUARANTEE MADISON STREET Union 6:30.: Wednesday nigh t s OIIMICAL W
j Also 12-Ft. Wide
I BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followet d Your Certified Master @
12-wide 2 BR 12-wide, 3 BR Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn- by choir practice; Starke Nursing j; MOBILE HOMES
Front & Rear Front Kitchen Ing Worship at 11. Youth Choir Home service. 2:43: p. m. n.Cleaner jj1
t Practice 4:30: p.m. Youth Fe- -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers "
_
llowship Supper, 5:45.: Training : Free Moth-Proofing
$3399 $4295SPECIAL Union. 6:15.: WMU Prayer Cir CALVARY BAPTIST i Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
cle, 7:15.: Evening Worship Sunday School 10 *. m. Morn Free Pick-Up and Delivery 11r 1\\1\\

7:30.: ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training; Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
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This Week Only Tiles.. Feb. 18 -- R. A. meeting Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service .. 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704 m

65 x 12 I 6:30 p.m. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday \ rf
3 $S 799 Wed., Feb. 19 Family Night 7:30: p. mRev.. R. (H I 1 1r
BR 2 Baths I Supper, 6:30 p.m. Prayer MeetIng Butler pastor. WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery *;
1---- 7:30.: Church Choir PractIce -

n Thurs., 8:30.. Feb. 20 Sun- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH # CO. and Market 11

I 1969 BRONZWOOD beams and GA's 3:30: p.m. BROOKER N 1I
I. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning U Better Service For Your Groceries :
a Official Class Rings Meats Feed
j 12 2 BR # .
I 12-wlde 60 x IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Worship, 11 a. m. Tralnini
Two Bedrooms I Front Dining Room CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL 1

Front and Extra Closets and Sunday: School 9:45: a. m. 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway' I
I Rear Doors Storage Morning Worship 11. Training. pastor. $ BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards : :

Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service NORTIISIDE BAPTIST 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South-Starke
7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser f
i I. $3399 $4795 vice. 7:30.: CHURCH Phone 964.7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
Located on Bayless HighwaySR
_- i -Rev. L. Tommy Howe Pastor "':
225 at Raiford Road x.
(SR 16)). CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
CAPELLA CUSTOM GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH Services: Sunday School. 1 o I'

STARKE a. m.; Sunday Morning Worshlt Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better %
12-wlde, 2 BR Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora- 11 a. m.: Training Union. 6:3: o .
$3595 ing Worship, 11. Training Un p. m.; Evening Service, 7:30: : Electrically"-Keystone Heights Phone 473.4911
Front Kitchen loin() 6 p. m. Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Service. Wed

4820 NW 13th ((441 N.) Phone 378-1346 7. Wednesday Prayer Service. neoday, 7:30: -iRev. Glenn La.\III ij
7:30.: -Rev, Virgil Lovett pas hoa, pastor.

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tbelr team Bearing. Dale Charles John scheduled for :Tuesday and with her stepfather and mot ier. RiaQiT>DaT, BMM .IB* a.m. March, I, 1.... CopseS of the
'' NE-WS with 15 points and :Thursday :Mr. and (Mrs. Ernest Green. The Board of County: Commlsloners. specification and apodal bid
RECREATION Oreen with 12 points led Andrews .1 Bradford County forma required, may: be obtained
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Drugs In the 1001114cause. HAMPTON Friday evening a bayrid Lori Stone, daughter of Mr. iStarke. Florida request sealed at the office of the) Clerk at
Bill 3a to undergo the Circuit Court. Bradford
from Hampton to Home's home and Mrs. Stone bid prouosala furnishing' ono
County Starke Florida.
Crawler Front End Loader to bo
at Jacksonville
Standing: Carps 1-0. Andrews By Mrs. D. B. Bill on Mldlake honored the YWAs ear surael'J'soon used by the Bradford County The Board reserve the rightto
] NAB hospital Mosquito Control. Bid will bo reject any or all bids
Cnaperonea
and their guests.
Carp's Leads poured in 29: pointa for ttoe lose 1-1 Williams Jewelry 11. Harry Taylor, who has been received by the Clerk of that Charles) A. Darby: ,
Koch's 02.Schedule. for the affair were Mr.' and Circuit Court until 10.00: o'clock Charles .A. Darby.' Clerkt
Bantam Cagers eri.Tttunday. Feb. 6 Koch'aDrug : Tuesday Feb. 11- C OF C FILM Mrs. Hicks Mr. and Mrs 'visiting In Miami returned to 1-11

meet .Williams. saw Jewelry to 3:30. Koch's: vs Andrews; 4:30 SHOWN TO COUNCIL George Kennan and the Rev. Hampton Seven last Intermediate week. OAs of .. . . -
Alter the first week of gamesIn Williams vs Carp's. Color slides summing up the and Mre Kelvin Hamel. :
the first with Williams
game Baptist Church attended : "
the Bantam Boys Basketball taking: the game 31-23. It was work of Bradford County dumber BIBLE. CONFERENCE'Prophetic Bible Hampton a elumoer party: Wednesday 'C S' i.Sf P:tz'GI A USf""IT \
This week'
League Carp's Store has emerged Koch's second loss and Wil Softball Season of Commerce for 1968 were : .
as the leader -with two wine llama' first shown at the Hampton City conference' at Hampton BaptlatChlJr'Cb evening. last week at the home ,. .. ",. ,", ,.! '. ". _" ,,.,,,, ,. ... ,,
win. The game was of their leader Mrs. D. E. ,. ., ,
To Be PlannedThe Dr. A. E. '"' -
is featuring
and no losses. close but Williams Jewelry led Council meeting Monday night. Hill. Present for the mission
Tuesday, Feb. 4, Carp's took all the way taking a 17-8 halftime Only seven city officials and Wilson of Chattanooga Tenn. and were
Hawaii party
the measure of Koch's Drugs, lead 1969 Softball Season Is two visitors were present for each evening with services study on .Arbutus Shelf' Standards and Brackets
Just around the corner. In order the starting at 7:30 pjn. through' Misses Phyllis Griffin
3223. Joey Thomas was high forCarp's Donald Sewell again led WU-. meeting at the city :ball. Alma Hln-
Pearsall. Ton Steno
with 12 points while Ed- lianas Jewelry and the game to Insure a successful sea-. Questions and discussion Friday Feb. 14. and Sandee Aluminum. SALE
die Blalock and Frank Terry with 22 points. Allen AkrIdge awn. planning must begin now.The after the elides Included zoning, Devotional messages each eon, Yield Dyal. Gold or Bronx -

were close with 10 points. Jim helped out with 6 points. Jim Starke Recreation Department finances etc.. put to C of C evening are by :Rev. R. B. Keyes Youngblood. coupleof Avg. Scotty'l
The telephone booth a
my Cissy was high scorer for Cissy was high man for Koch's. will attempt to organize Manager Pete Novak: President of Gainesville Monday: ; Rev. months slower in moving Standard Retail Sale Price
the game and Koch's Drugs getting 14 points, while Steve a Softball Association which will Loyree Lanler and Vice Merle Packham of Hope Baptist 24'.lengtt1 694 494
postofflce.
Hampton's new
with 14 points while Randy !Mar- Thomas got 7. be a Joint function of both men President Mac Baldwin Particularly Church Tuesday; Rev. J. than
tin had 8 points In the losing The second game waa another and women softball partici :in reference to Hampton ahadowens of First Baptist took ue. place adjacent to the 36" length 98* 794
had been
It ( 48"
last week. 1.25 994
postofflce length
cause. squeaker as Carp's had to go pants. Mr. Novak mentioned the Church. Green Cove Springs.
The second game was an exciting Into double overtime before We Invite an Softball enthus DIP award to the Hampton Elementary Wednesday; Rev. Harvey of located between the old pott- Shelf Brackets thelf building .
and J. office building and the store, 6" . 59* 3B4 thick aty standh
one as Andrews Drugs downing stubborn Andrew' Juts players non-players. PTA, Hampton Baptist Lawtey: Thursday: ; Rev. assortment of shelf
edged Williams Jewelry 28-27 la Drugs, 3633. It was Andrews to attend the meeting of Feb. Church's entry in the annual Branch of Faith Memorial Baptist now vacated. Just to the west 8" . 63* 394 ard, and tfielf brackets. Ideal for

overtime. Dale Johns was high Drugs second straight overtime 25. The meeting will be held at Christmas parade. Paul Lott In church Jacksonville Fri of It.Mr.. 10" . 65*! 43. bookcase, shelve and cabinets.
for Andrews' with 17 points game. Joey Thomas and Frank the Recreation Department Of- the Calf Scramble, and while Charles Oreen chipped In Terry split the scoring chorea fice. In the Old Armory, at Phyllis Meng receiving the out. Refreshments will be served Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Perry shelves and firm support.

9 points. Donald Sewell was for Carp's Store as each: bucketed 7:30: pjn. standing young adult award at during a fellowship hour foUow- were camping near Daytona

High man for the name: as h6 18 points to take care of LADIES EXERCISE CLASS the C of C dinner last month. Ins the closing service. Friday Beach last weekend.JtWVITATIOfr C DROP IN CARTRIDGE

Just In case you haven't He told of several contacts evening. ? GUN

heard or have forgotten It, the: made for Industrial use of the KINDERGARTEN TO Bin BY TITO'
:Recreation Department sponsors old Hampton Elementary School WORKSHOPMore BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD Quick loading
than 85 teachers OF PU11LIO INSTRUCTION Rate aacond to none)
supervisors
an exercise class for ladles building, although no concrete Competitive sealed bid will
each Tuesday morning) 9:00-: agreement has yet been made. and admlnlstratora attended be received ,by the Bradford Avg. Ret. 1.10
10:00: ajn. Drawbacks for industrial devel- an area kindergarten County Board of Public Instruc
KemtexIS tion until 10:00: A.M. February
The class Is !held at the Pratt opment In Hampton Include the workshop at Hampton Elemen t, ilea, at the office of the Superintendent 'Scotty's Sale Price Tf Q rf

Street Recreation Center and is fact that it.doesn't nave a desirable lazy: School: last Friday, when Bradford of Publlo County Instruction Courthouse -
CHANGING Instructed by Ann Miller. This fire rate, and no high students were "vacationing" Starke FIa. for the sal Ie 1. Special Sato Prtoas Good Thru February 22nd

THE FACE OF i class is open and free to theTerwillegar'a pressure water system, he said. during two days of teacher plan- block and removal house located of one on ooncreta N. Orange -

ubUP, In discussing zoning, 9ve. added Ding. Street, adjacent to the 4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619
THE EARTH that a county-wide zoning code Sponsored by the Columbia Airpark Baptist Church. ,
t Th. luccesful bidder must be GAINESVILLE FLA-
Regional Education Services ;, ,
Stays with Hampton as well as other able to move the held l house
h municipalities. adopting the Center Including Bradford Columbia within forty-lve ((45) days
M- Undefeated In from date of award of bid.
Dixie. Gllchrlet. Levy,
: : code for their respective areas Further Information bo
.
Senior Cage Play is Important to existing and Nassau and Union counties, the obtained at the office mar the CASH BUYS MORE AT
workshop also attracted teachers Superintendent of Public Instruction
.1r1j future Industry.Promotional of Bradford County.
Terwdllegar Motors remained : Biros and slideson from Marion Putnam and The Board of Publlo Instruction

undefeated by winning their Bradford County are available Alachua counties. 'anv or reserves all ''bid the..right to accent SCOTTVShome
third game in a row Thursday for use by organizations Display In the various rooms Thomas I* Coney J?.
:; night, Feb. 8, when they defeated schools, and other groups In of Hampton Elementary: School Thomas Superintendent L. Casey, Jr..
? Hurst Shell Service 4438. and out of the county, he said. Included. two from commercialtoy Hi* It J-S9 builders supply
Terwlllegar led in every quarter The council agreed that more firms, and work brought by -

and left the court at halftime extensive use of these would the participating kindergarten
leading 17-12. help residents know. their own teachers.
SHOT
FROM A GC/JW <
A sci 4 iFic
HOME EXTERIOR FINISH SO Tr.UdHSO Robby Barksdale and Billy: county better, and understand The primary importance of
DURABLE. IT'S GUARANTEED Muggins led Terwlllegar Motors the purpose of the Chamber of the cmid-nis personality. and
15 rEAHS2O with 15 and 12 points. Mike Commerce throughout the mental and physical growth, /r .Xi/1f/NlI 1/
TIMES THICKER THAN r A I.'.' Fogg was high for Hurst Shell county. rather than the physical environment

FILLS CRACKS. HOLES HIDES FIAWS and the game hitting for 16 of the kindergarten
ONE APPLICATION VIRTUALLY EllMINATFS points. Billy Myrick ,helped out CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS room-was stressed by Dr Don
OUTDOOR PAINTING! with 9 points for the losers. Under law enforcement at the Rapp. of Florida State Univer

The second game saw Plaza city council Monday evening sity. Miss Minnie. Lee Rowland. YOUR
Lodge move into second place. Mayor Ernest Green, Marshal of the Florida Department of

MIRACLE FINISH WON'T CHIP, fLAKE PEEL. as they downed Southern Discount R. H. Parker and Clerk Lillian Education spoke on today's

.; ". Kenitex, a marvel of the space age, 3925. Led by the League'shigh ;Jngenlatti agreed to schedule trends in kindergarten teaching..
Court for Tues
scorer Ken Carlton with Mayor's every
scientifically combines the properties of
... asbestos, mica, perlite and titanium into 16 points In the first half, the day evening. In case there Is PERSONALS fPJlHl@lI
BEAUTIFIES beautiful Plaza Lodge jumped out to a no defendant to appear the Mr. and Mrs. Buford Parker
a textured finish for exterior
22.10 halftlme lead. Carlton finished marshal will notify the others moved their. trailer home next
t -- =.4.! walls of all homes. The Atomic Energy
-- the night with 22 points. not to attend but this will eli- to the. Ernest Greens on Thursday -
Commission has used thousands of gal. one point below his 23 point minate calling court at other last week. They have been
lons of Kenitex textured la
; coatings toINSULATES times.
average. High for Southern Discount living In Gainesville.
provide weatherproofing to its important was Lonnle Olive with 10 A schedule of fines, and a Tony Keenan son of Mr. and ,

-)9 ......."' buildings at Los Alamos, New points. marshal's uniform were also Mrs. George Kennan. leaves for

..' Mexico. One quick, low-cost, pressure. Standings: Terwlllegar 3-0 discussed but no action taken Air Force duty this week at : 8
.. .'' sprayed application, without muss or Plaza Lodge 2-1. Southern Discount by the council.' According to Eglln AFB near Ft. Walton. He

.i. fussontofl'nmestuccoblocksorstone, 1-2. Hurst Shell 03. city ordinance, the maximum has been spending Ills leave at NOT ,

WATERPROOFS will restore and beautify your home. Schedule: Thursday, Feb. 13- line )is $500( ), or 9 days in Jail. borne with his family since arriving + .

... """" .-othi Available in a wide variety of colors. 7 p.m., TerwUlegar vs Plaza; Tearing down the old Jail was from Colorado, where he I
'"
Over \\/n million worldwide Kenitex ap 8:30.: Hurst vs DJscount.MEN'S discussed, and the building completed school la. Jet'plaaa)
committee, Hill. Williams and
YOURSELF
plications. Insist on the pioneer and LEAGUE Saxon, are to see about the armament. 1 '

._ _'leader_ in textured coatings, Kenitex I STILL IN DOUBT building and learn what arrangements Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wigginsof

WEATHERPROOFS COST IS SURPRISINGLY LOW! DowUng, Produce and Starke can be made and Jacksonville were visitors _
Plaza kept pace with each other report to the council. At the here Sunday.Mr. .

"" "" For FREE INFORMATION phone or write Monday night. Feb. 10, and are came time, this committee will and Mrs. Lawton Young-
.tI"" "s.s waiting for their showdown :Investigate the old postofflce blood and family. moved Into
/ FACTORY CALL COLLECT Tuesday night Feb. 18. building for possible future use. their new trailer home on their p sirO0 }MMr

| GUARANTEED'Jacksonville 725-3745 The first game of the night "Hampton Area Fire Depart- farm last week. Ka, e
lor 15 saw Starke Plaza blast Baldwin ment" was designated: for the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hagan PUT AN END TO EXTENDING YOURSELFBY -
years
rOver Chevrolet 7742. The game was sign on the doors of the new and children: moved to Starke EXTENDING YOUR PHONE! JUST PENNIESPER
1200 KENITEX application now in never close as the Plaza roared fire truck to be delivered soon, last week. They have been stay- DAY PUTS A STEP SAVING EXTENSION

north Florida. out to a 38-12 halftime lead. under the county-wide fire! protection jug with her parents here, Mr. WITHIN EASY REACH. CALL THE BUSINESS
Five out of six players on plan.) WUard Thomas, and Mrs. Lonnle Melton.
BUILDINGS the Plaza team were in double fire marshal asked that people Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron and OFFICE AND ORDER YOURS TODAY"

HANDY figures, with Wayne McLeod call for the: truck-phone 468- baby of Valdosta, Ga., who PHONE 9A f.7Jn0
high man with 27 points. Larry 1577-even though the buildingis came for the funeral of her ( \t
10453 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, Fla. Thomas had 13 points. High for : past saving when the fire Is grandfather U. D. Dyal. Sun- FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.

Baldwin was Joe Kauffman with discovered as in both cases day, is remaining for a visit :..:: '
when the. Paladin home burned STARKE. FLA.

Sunday and the Hayes home
burned In December. Other
GAINESVILLE Business Directory nearby buildings can at least be

protected this way. GMW.

Receipts for January: came to

$785 and disbursements, 1000. ..=
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES MOBILE IIOMES Paladin Home Burns -

The frame home of Mr. and Value ShowdownMatch
BRASINGTON MUSTANG !Mrs. Tom Paladin burned to :

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Johnson & Paris, Inc. Mobile Home Inc. the ground early Sunday evenIng -
SALES A SERVICEFine while Mr. and Mrs. Palls
Selection of Used Can SEEDSPLANTSGainesrille'. Discount Mobile dlno were away. these features against what competition gives you for the same kind of money

Taken On Cadillac Trades Insecticide*_Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Home Sale Lot. Mrs. Paladino's parents. Mr. and you'll have a batter Idea why more people are buying Chevrolet again this year.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 NEW MOON CAPELLA and Mrs. A. H. Perry, wlw live
As Low As $100 Down close by and other neighborswere
CRANE We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1344 also away at the time.
Built-in "guard rails" are to keep your beautiful new When you own a car thisThere's
224 N.W. 8th Ph. S78-O47 IK N. W. Itth S72-8U1 The Paladins discovered their
MERCURY Chevy looking beautiful and
LINCOLN home in: ruins when they returned a strong steel beam new. tempting, you don't dare take
Authorized Sales & Service with their children. built into every door of every So: chances.
MOTORCYCLES
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 MATERNITY WEAR -- -- -- Tommy 5, and the baby, 18 1969 Caprice, Impala, Bel Air Up inside the regular fenders Biggest standard V8
we've
Biscayne, Kingswood Estate placed a second set. !
Crane Imports YAMAHA BMW months. Wagon, Kingswood, Townsman They do all the in-fighting. in our field

Volvo MG Triumph. FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE and BrWkwood. Catch all the splashed-up rain, Ask any car enthusiast, he'll
606 E. University; e4 YWA FOCUS WEEK slush and road salt. Stop the tell
A FULL LINE OF" a'icea" We call it a side guard beam you:
Phone 372-4251 The Young Women's Auxiliary those kicked-up stones. Chevrolet builds
Sales Parts Service and it looks like one of great engines.
Lingerie Dresses Slacks of Hampton Baptist Church guard rails you see along the While your "outers" just sit Especially V8s.
b15 -
W. Uni.ersIt13'7828U
Barkley Motors, Inc. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits marked "Focus Week" last frenway. there looking pretty. And this year there are six
MUSICBALDWIN week, with events scheduled for That's what it's there for: To great V8s available for the big

TOY 0 T A EXPECTANTLYYOURS nearly every day. Former guard you. To strengthen the Astro Ventilation Chevrol t..Standard: Our235hp327cubicinch !
YWAs recognized at Sunday: door and solid wall Turbo-Fire.
put a more The other two cars in our field
4 wheel drive and cars INC. services at the Church: IncludedMrs. between you and the outside give you air intakes down by the Another, thing: We've lowered
Sales Parts Service Vicky O'Steen of Gainesville world. oor. the price of several of our bigger

Clean Used Toyotas 70fl W. University Onp. 8.FJ.C.CONTRACTOR. PIANOS& ORGANS' Mrs. Joyce Thompson of Not a glamorous feature. So dowe. V8s along with our automaticBut
1700 N. Main 376-1266 CHOICICV IIi! ARTISTS Starke. and Mrs. Joyce Hagan you'll have to admit We also give you two up on transmissions and power disc;
.t.yohadnMUSlCeo of Starke. worthwhile.Computerselected, the instrument panel. brakes. Which makes it possible
"'hllnl.1 JoAnn Salter, Elaine Young- Andallfourofthemareadjustfor you to buy a'69 Chevrolet
Beauty Academy blood. Debbie Kill Elaine Ken- even less than
springs able so you can regulate the flow money you
O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-3353 nan, Carolyn Kennan. Debbl order of air the could last year.
POWELL'S Maybe you'll your new just way you like it.
K. F. Hvd Ent. Inc. Hicks, and /the YWA leader Chevy equipped to the hilt. Even with all the windows Show up for our Showdown.Or .

Beauty Academy MOVERS Mrs. C. R. Hicks, presented a maybe you'll order it with closed, you'll be comfortable in You can't lose.

Learn Profession! In Your Thompson* RefrigerationHeating program at Wednesday evening: hardly anything on it. side. You get air without wind. Putting you first, keeps us first.
a prayer meeting Program YWA Either you're going to get Without noise.
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 8erYIee Long Distance Mortn way Impala Sport Coupe
meeting and visitation were your full measure of our reAstro Ventilation is standard
378-2766 .
219 N.W. 10th Air ConditioningRepairs Storage Packing .
nowned ride.Because now, on all the big -" -'- ,
on White Appliances Crating Shipping we go to the trouble Chevroleta. -
ELECTRIC :MOTORSELECTRIC Industrial Combustion Service! Free Estimates CallHILL'S of programming each car's equipment -
12 points while Randy Jones J
load into an electronic The theft-thwarter
Boiler Room Sales ft Service
chipped: In 10 points: computer.
On the
steering
Motor Repair Co. 9038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville Van Service, Inc. closer The second as Tried game Construction was a lot The computer then tells us column there's a
Telephone 372-2182 exactly which springs to use, lock
Of Gainesville Inc. 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'Tffle gave Dowllng Produce all the depending on the car's weight Only Chevroletand

Repairing Rewinding 37Z-4271 ,competition they wanted aaDowllng the way it's distributed. has it, inChevrolet's
Now .nd Used MEN'S WEAR squeezed out a 50-43 Chevrolet, the only car in its field.

2S1 N. W. ieU Ph. 372-8318 PAINT GLASSLIDDELL victory. field with computer-selected You turn thesprings.
Dowllng was led by Jim Mc- .
and it locks
key
STAG 'N DRAG Murtry with 20 points and Jim
three
things:
EquipmentIndustrial: : PAINT & Beeler with 11 points. High for Fenders inside fenders Your ignition.

Griffin Salts Trtest was Tommy -Triest with We could have skipped this.

Santa Fe Tractor, Arrow Shirts Florshebn Shoe GLASS CO. 18 points. (The other cars in our field do.) wheelrsteering
Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors Standings: : DowHng Produce But we're as anxious as you Your shift lever.
FORD Formal Rentals
5-1. Starke Plaza Tries
Implements Tub Enclosures Shower Doors 5-1.
tt
Farm Tractor EQUIPMENT Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows Const 2-4. Baldwin Cbev. 06.

USED SERVICE: 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awnings. Schedule: Tuesday, Feb. 18-
SALES PART 16th St. m.c'1 7 p.m., Baldwin vs TrIed; 8:30: r
6th 876-2548 and GAINESVILLE MALL 118 N.W. : Chevrolet. Value Showdown
-
4488 N.W. >>.m. Plaza vs Dowllng.

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life. In the center of thte particular ,....... .....................,....y. ............. Daniels. Friday night the pastor Supt. Leo DeSue In charge.:
wreath was this poem: will render Morning service at II. Afternoon
and. congregation:
THERESSA FARM AND RANCH The Kiss of the Sun for Pardon. LAWTEY\ News Aboi t services at Free Canaan for service at 4 o'clock with ...

The Song of the Birds for Colored Citizens Rev Sampson White. Saturday pastor in charge. ,.,
4 T. ] ChaPel AME!: ,>:
By Dorothy l\11D8 lly George Huggins mirth: :night the Ushers Board will Greater Allen
Phone ..114151.AAAAAAAAAAA&&A&A. COUNTY AGENT ; One La Nearer God's Heart in a By Kosa: BlanoharJ' sell from the kitchen.Mt. Church. Rev L. A. Sampson :jf
Sunday School: 10 a.m.
Garden ?
pastor.
1 "" Agricultural Extension Service Than Anywhere else on Earth.I AAAA.&AAAA&AAAA&&AAAAA RECREATION NEWSIn Plsgah AME Church. Morning/ Worship at.M. The .

could substitute Forest for United Methodist Women met basketball Saturday night Rev. George Young pastor. Choir Union will be held at 3 !:

Hope Baptist Church L Garden and It would seem that at the parsonage, on Tuesday the Falcons defeated Starke Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning p.m. In Macelenny with Rev ..;
Sunday School. 10 a.m.: the poem was written Just for evening of last week with the Plaza 87-82 and the Hawks defeated \Service at 11. Evening .service Levy Lennon aa host pastor.: ; 'rte

Morning Worship it a.m.: :hIm. president. Mrs. George Roberta. Jacksonville 10157. 6:30.: .
Training Union. 6:30: p.m: Wanta write a few lines about or twice a year. Up until a cou Now. the Impression I am presiding. Following the devo The Falcon boys and girls Pleasant Grove Methodist LEGAL FORMS. Brm-. ./"
Evening Worship 7:15. Wednes- something different but euro pie of years ago. he and Aunt will play Carver Jr High of fi
Tribe
trying to make Is that you not tional by Mrs. George Church. Rev H. P. Hudson pas ford County Telegraph.
v
day evening Prayer Service can be mighty impoitant. In Lois visited us or we visited the Bunnell tonight (Thursday) in
Ernest Wells presented :
put off visits you know you Mrs. tor. Church School 10) a.m with 98C-83'5. ,;;,
7:30: with choir practice after most families there Is always at them each summer. His health should make. Uncle Oscar was program "A Way of Spelling the RJE gym. On Saturday J

ward. least one uncle that is a little broke and limited his travel. our last uncle. We will have no Brazil" assisted 'by others present night the Falcons and Hawks t
bit special! dutlng as far back: For the past two summers we will play Daytona Beach. Game

New Life Bible Club as you can remember. That talked many times about going more. CHURCH ACTIVITIES time! 7:30.: JACKSONVILLE :;

The New Life Bible Club for was the way with our Uncle to Georgia, just a little over 200 GARDEN TIME United Grace Methodist' City League Is being: held

children in grades 1 through' 6 Oscar Cox who lived near miles but we always let some With Valentine's Day approaching Sunday School 9:45.: Worship 11 each Saturday at 9 a.m. In the .!'J

meets every Monday afternoon Cochrnn, Ga.I ,itliln&s! keep !in !home. (Last we naturally think of a.m. and 7:30: p.m, Choir prac- RJE gym. The public !Is in
after school in the mobile "Chil cnn remember, when we seek we attended lila funeral\ making preparations for our tice Wednesday 7 p.m. and vited. :
dn n'.. Chapel" at Hope Baptist were much younger, our entire He Spring Vegetable Garden. Even MYF 7:30: p.m. All parents and Interested Business Directory ;:
was Ul, His lue
Cluuch.PERSONALS. families would spend nt leasta was pine gardeners
trees and the haivest made our experienced First Baptist -Sunday School citizens are Invited to visit the

week or more together once sible by growing and studying pos sometimes wonder about how 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a,m. and center Monday through Friday. ."

Mr. and Merle many seeds are necessary fora 7:30 Training Union 6.30p :: Activity time from 4:30: to 6:30: ::
Mrs. Packliam, ''those tiees. I had never seen : p.m. Auto Sales and Service MUSIC -1;
Jr. of Salt Springs spent the floral an'angemenst made by given length of row. You may .m.. Midweek services Wednesday p.m. and Friday and Saturday -
and Mrs. Marshall Strickland ofFlorahome. the approximatetime '::0
8 to
11.
weekend even question 7:30:: :nights. :
with Mr. and Mrs. using pine needles for the green p.m. Parrish Motors :
Clyde Hall while Mr. Fackham material. A perfectly shaped from planting until cook- Church of God-Sunday School RJE Founder's Day will be Paulus I Music Co. ,'.
A Reminder What insects are most pre observed A
Ing. 11 and Feb. 18-21. special
attended National Guard drill. pine cone added much 10 a.m., Worship a.m.
Don't forget: Valentine's as valent in the average garden 7:30: program will terminate the observance Band 4 Instrument "+.'
A group of young people and Day beauty as any flower. The arrangement 7:30: p.m.. YPE Wednesday : !SALES String .
adults from Hope Church enjoyed Friday. Feb. 14 The valentine in front of the pulpit and what Ls the most effective on Sunday Feb. 23. SERVICE Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers ;:
card it takes insecticide to use? You might pm.Highland at 4 p.m. The public Is Invited. .
you only Sunday
few Baptist
a -
of at
an evening skating was a wreath made from nothing PARTS School Supplies-Instruction r
minutes to send even 'ry to think of one or two Adults are invited to register
Lake Butler! Thursday brings hours of but pine needles and School 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 ..
Sunday visitors of .Mr. and happiness to the person who re- extra big pine cone. The one use addlt' mal vegetables to plant. a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir practice foaclasses at the Voc-Tech Roberts Recorder :
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. were ceives it. whether It be swept- of quality pine needles and We have a vegetable gardenIng 6:30.: p.m. Prayer meeting Center. Whatever the problemIs. Always Good Used Cars Music Library-Expert I'.."
heart relative guide that lists about 40 : the needs can be met for a Ph. 356-5654 :I': '
Mrs. Sullivan's parents Mr. or friend. cones was an example of his Wednesday 7:30: pm., Guest 921 Laura St. Repair Department :
It giveayou
'h'
different vegetables. diploma or personal improvement
Rev.
speaker on Sunday was 355-8447 ,
Monroe
41 W. -
the range of planting time In reading writing and
for our section of the (State. Frank Snipes of Jacksonville. arithmetic. It la available for BEAUTY ACADEMY
gardener this Mrs O. J. Phillips and Dan- "'
for gbod
Even a
you. :
PIANOS
guide is good to iha-e as a re- ny spent last weekend with Mr. American '
and Mrs. F. M. Redd and fam- ;
,
feience. It was PJ pared by OBITUARY Hairstyling YAMAHA PIANOS
? ily in Macon Ga. .
Agriculture': Extension :
your Funeral services for Julia Z.
Mustang be Mrs. Ernest Wells was visit. CONNORGANSBALL ;
Service and one can yours Academy
by calling 9C4-6554. sending us ing Mrs. Ruth Barthlow in Middleburg Albert, 67, were held at 2 p.m. .i-s
Sunday In Allen Chapel AME
Thursday.Mr. .
better yet come to on 21 W. Monroe 355-9591
a card or
A,
and Mrs. Ralph Wise Church with Rev. L Sampson .
and look over our supply :
see us born In
officiating. She was
in Ala during the
OPP.
were "
MOBILE of bulletins. week where they helped his Starke on Oct. 2. 1901 and had Riverside :

HOMES IN FERTILIZE PECANS father W. J. Wise celebrate his lived here all of her life. Sha ..

P. O. Box 871 February is the month! Our 82nd birthday anniversary He died Monday. Feb. 3, in Bradford Hairstyling .

U.S. Hwy. 41. North research people have been doing is recuperating from a recent County Hospital where shehad Academy :
work for several years to Illness. been a patient for the past
Lake City. Fla. 32055 determine just why pecans do Jacobsof two months. B59 Park St. 3S8-8537
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Phone SOt .'..
( ) 752-2797
not produce a crop of nuts Gainesville visited Mrs. .:Jac- Surviving are a son Thomas Modem Styling '

WE AIN'TFOOLIN' each year. Of course we know obs' parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray- (Billy); a sister Florence Qualified Instructors KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS ".:

that weather conditions at criti- mond Bryan on Sunday. both of Starke and several Accredited VA Approved .t... :

cal seasons !have a bearing on Mrs C. R. Crews and granddaughter grandchildren.Burial Day or Night Classes Roosevelt I\lall-388-8519 I :,

SALEALL the crop for the next year. Research Olenann Crews visited was in Brymer Ceme- .

has proven that proper Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clay tery under the direction of F.J.F.f'TRTf'IOTOR; WESTERN STORE .
management Is a big factor. ton and son in Jacksonville over Chestnut & Halle Funeral Home.
1969 MODELS-A FEW 1968 MODELSAT Probably the two most Import- the weekend. CIIUI:E:;II NEWS

UNBELIEVEABLE ant practices in this manage- Mr. and Mrs. Loral Parrish Greater Free Will Baptist PEAVY Brothers LITTLE DUDE ;d
LOW
PRICES ment program are the fertilization of Worthington Springs were Church Rev Jasper Williams :.:;

'69 64xI2-3 B.droom2 and spraying. Unless a Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.A. pastor: Monday night. Ushers Electric Co., Western Store
soil test shows a different need Board No. 2 and Choir No. 3
Furnished.4995.00 Dobbs.
lIving Room D. .
Fully our most popular fertilizer is Mr and Mrs. Charles Naswor- will rehearse. Tuesday night Electric Motors ;
'69 10-10-10. For thinkof Choir No. 1 rehearsal Wednes Western Clothing Leather- &.
60x12-3 Bdroomli Baths, fully groves we thy of Whitehouse were visiting Sold Serviced Repaired
$4395.00 amount of fertilizer acre. day night Prayer Meeting. goods, Saddles and Trailers
Furnished _. per Miss Enza Blanchard on Mon- Generators Starters Armature I
This amount depends on size Thursday night' Ladles Circle Charles & Sharon Petty

'6)<5OxI2-(R' FK'XpeLSOL.D $36)( and spacing of trees. It also day.Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Eunice meeting at home of Mrs. Inez Rewinding 4044 Lenox Jax 387-2528 902 S. Edrwwood 884-U10 .....

depends on cultivation practicesand and children spent the weekend q',

'63,'1x12-3/(R-1; )h' ,5-0 Lt> $36)(.00 these vegetative considerations cover.to With keep all in with, Mr.her and brother-in-law Mrs. Gene Cozzart.In and sister -. 'If you want a High Quality Home

mind we cannot make a blanket :
Ga.We _
recommendation of 800 or 1,000 : Rome are pleased to note that n WJ17 mfOfl %) ;

68 60x12-2 BR Mediterranean ...... .. .. $4895.00 pounds of 10-10-10 per acre. If Mrs. L. R. Green is at ihome ( '
:you have questions about your ovu 0
after several days in a hospital. 21 MODUS LJl.JLA.VLJ ut.JL5LJ11 .'
program we are ,happy to dis-
69 43x12-2 BR, FK ____.__.._,_..._.._... $3295.00, cuss them with you. We find a Mr and Mrs. Roy Griff .

great number of groves that are were Saturday overnight vIsit- --- .......- <. .. I
fertilized. ors of his sister Mrs. MarvinThompson :10",
not being properly
Many Others To Choose From .1
and his mother. Mrs. .'t
February is Pecan Fertilization.Month. ,
"You Can't Buy Quality For Le.." \ Georgia Griffls who lives with CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ,
Free Delivery & Set Up 150 Miles them. Mrs. Griffis has recently .11
been In a hospital and is not : "

getting on too well. --- S
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman.
-u'
Ricky and Mr. and Mrs. George IMMEDIATE "
Privett attended the Stock: CONSTRUCTION .

Car races in Daytona on Sun- _
day. --- BIIIIIIIIIhplinntnalaw.YMAIUIwMII: .

Missl Elizabeth Terry spent -

last week with Mrs C. E.

Strickland in Gainesville. ONE SlIVICI STOP ?

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07 Mn. Karl Dobbs"


Luther Foaun has returned
rom a vacation of eeveral Cays iLi
the Bahamas.
Cue Dobbs and eon of Jack.
nvtUf visited relatives here
unday afternoon. AND
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Regla-
ter and children of Lake City
were Saturday guests ol Mr.
Register's parenta Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Mr.Dobbs.and Mrs. Wilber Jones SAVE EVERYDAY
and .eon visited Mrs. Irene Jones
and Mr. and Mra. Jelfrles at _
Penney Farms Monday.
Mis. Iva Williams of Port St. FOD 0 STORES
joe attended church services _
here Sunday as guest ol J. O.
Dobbs.) I lb. SLICK
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawfordjr. CHASE & SANBORN
and children of Hcllbrann Dog Food. IO/89*
Springs were Saturday night 3-oi.
upper guests of the Michael.
Dobba family. Jell-o Gelatin 6/49*
.
Mr. and Mra. Eddie Reynolds
ell Perry were Thursday night 17-ot.PILLSBURY LAVE
and Friday guests of Mrs. Reyn Cake Mixes
olds' parents. Mr. and Mrs. ..... ..... 3/$1.
Earl Dobbs. JUMBO VANITY FAIRPaper LB.
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as
Sunday guests .her daughter. Towels CAN
Mrs. A. M. Jones of Starke .......4/l.
and her, granddaughter Verba' 46-ox. THRIFTY MAIDPineapple
Jones, and little daughter, of 1 1-Lb. Tins

Waldo.Miss Ramona Sweat, who attends Juice..4/$1. CigoreltesAS"OR COFFEE. 49
Berry College( at Rome. No. Can VAN CAMP'SVienna Limit 1 Coffee of Your,Choice with $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding .. F
Ga., spent the weekend with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sausage... 5/$1. Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, Feb. 1319WINN
.Dili' '*STONfe. INC.-CO..Y..HT-. ..
Sweat. No.303 Can DEL MONTI FRUITCocktail 2O-OI.
Friends of IMIas Mary Lee 24-ox..,Limit one your choic.w/$3.0O or more purcha..xcluding clgar.tt.t ANTISEPTIC

Faulkner that she entered will egret Bradford to County learn .. ..............4/$ 1 ListermeQti. .. ... .. .. 88
Sunday. No. 2'/i' Can DEL MONTE SLICED HALVES .
Hospital 100 Ct.ST. JOSEPH
Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans Peaches WESSON OIL.I 39 <

and children of Starke visited .. ............ 3lNo. Aspirin...... ... ... ... 38
Mrs. Newmans' parents Mr. .303 Can DEL MONTE CUT
...
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Wednesday .DEEP SOUTH...Limit on.mayonnaii.of choic.w/S.OO or more purchai..xcludinglng cigar.tt.t 7- LIQUIDPrell

Richard Friends night Walmsley through oMr.Monday..will and be Mrs.gladto Green. DEL MONT Beans 4/l. MAYONNAISE. 39' Shampoo.. 68'20ox.

know that their son, Richard. : :::::: : PERSONAL SIZE COIOATI : :

Jr.Hospital came In home Jacksonville from the Navy last Catsup.... .... 3/$ 1. Toothpaste. g ..a211/*
No.303 Can DEL MONTIGreen
doing Qli. HELLMANN'S..Limit on.mayonnaise of choic.w/SS.OO or mor.purcha..xduding cigar.tt.i
Friday and ;is reported
JERGEN'f

nicely.Mr. and Mrs. Charlie! Burnett Peas..........5/I.i Hand Lotion..69
49
of the State ;Farm visited in No.303 Can DEL MONTE CS* WK MAYONNAISE.
Sanderson Sunday afternoon Corn 20'0..DIXIE DARLING
Sympathy Is extended to the ... ... ...... ........ 5/$1
Gene Tomlinoon family of the PINIBRIIZI FRESH FLA.GRADE "A"ALL WHITE Prestige Bread .29Mushrooms.
... .
4-o
the loss of their GLENN FARMS STEMS A PIECES
State Farm on
little son Tony, who died Mon -
day after a short 1nes&. .......... 4/l. MEDIUM EGGS 0z.$1 1 SSrmtoWSLb.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Harris 4-Pk.O.E. STANDARD
will leave February 17 for Kansas -

where Mr. Harris S.will Army.finish Light Bulbs....e......... 89 PILLSBURY SELF-RISING A PLAIN...Limit On.wS.OO 24-...ASTOR COOKING...limit On.your choic.wSS.OO o-Pk.DIXIE DARLINO
his stint in the U. : ,. .
mor.purchas..xeIuding cigor.tt.t '
excluding cigar.tt.t
or me Berry Cups 2/39

year He has in Sweetheart Vietnam.The just returned. Banquet after of a o-Pk.12-ox.No R.lurn Botll.t FISCHER'S FLOUR: 49* : : i 12-os. GOOD LOX ... :

Ale Beer 79 OIL. 35 : :::
Raiford Baptist and Church Young for People Intermediates or ... Asst. Cookies. 4/4$1

and their dates will be held at
7 p.m. Friday night. All Intermediates SUNNYLAND TENDER SMOKED W-D Brand USDA Choice Boneless Full' Cut



Mrs.expected'at Mr.Tampa OyLi..and and are Mrs.Smith this Young visiting:Frank and semiformalaffair. People Rev.Rev.Rodgersof and and are HAMS SHANK HALF LB. 49 52! WHOLE.GATT 59? Round Steak 9C 4


Mrs.Mrs.Jack Leslie Stolte Fletcher this week.of Jack LB. ...

sonville was a Sunday guest of
Ruffin Griffis. FRESH QUARTER PORK LOIN SLICED INTO FRESH
and Mrs.
Mr.Mr. and Mrs. Keith Griffis Pork 68 Pork Steak. 59* MORE BEEF SPECIALS
Monday and family night of supper Macclenny guests were of Chops.. .. .. L8 .. LR
Griffis. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID
Mr. and Mrs. Mallle FRESH BOSTON BUTT BOB WHIT REGULAR

Keith's know friends that he will is be recovering glad to Pork Roast 49 Sliced Bacon. 59* Chuck Roast. 59

splendidly. . La . tag
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier
had as weekend guests Mrs. CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID

Martha Gainesville Addison, and Mr.and and son Mrs.of t .. t Chuck i Steak. 69

Jack Cason of Daytona.Mr. All Flavors .. ...
and Mrs. Harry Parmen-
ter and son of Jacksonville SHERBET or USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID
Sunday visitors of Mrs.
were
Parmenter's parents, :Mr. and 2
Mrs. O. B. Gordon.Mr. CRM .I {, Calif. Roast. LB. 79
1NM; .
and Mrs. A. R. Rickerson c r 9c
olLake Butler were Sunday: HALF
afternoon guests of the Theodore USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID ROUND ZONE
Hosiers. I CE GALS.

Sapp Mr. visited and Mrs.Raleigh John DennlsonIn Green Sh'ld. Roast. LB. 89

Bradford County: Hospital last
night. % USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN FID BONELESS NEW YORKStrip
Saturday
:
Mr. and Mrs. :Mallie Grills: MORE FROZEN FOOD BUYS $1"
visited: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grif Steak
its and family: and Mr. and T..O. SEA '-o..nnUMON'.1&. . LB.
Mrs. Gordon Hill In Macclenny PERCH DINNERS 39 LIMEADE
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Hill is . 8/l. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BIEF BONELESS TOPSirloin
Just out of the V. A. Hospital
6.0..Uln's S-Lb.Poly lag FROZEN FRENCH FRY
1n Mr.Lake and City.Mrs. John Rasa enJoyed ORANGE JUICE 4/89* POTATOES. 89* Steak IB. $139
a week's vacation tourIng . .
points of interest In South 8-ox.MORTON OR OCOMA Pint. RICH'S 2/.Lb. Pkg.W-D BRAND ALL MEAT

Fort Florida.uncle,Lauderdale.They Aaron also Ross. visited,: while an in MEAT PIES .. 5/$1. COFFEE RICH..4/$1. Ground iiuck..JJ99

BeuDne arrived
Mrs. Maryland 16-01.TASTI O' SEA 2-lb.TASTE O' SEA BREADED

been Monday called from there Illinois by, having the- FISH STICKS 69* PERCH STEAKS. 99* '

serious Illness of her father .. .. .IBRAIND4D10 C..8eef.: 3 .... $147
Is a
Raleigh Dennison, who patient .
In Bradford County IIosPltal. GOLDEN RIPE

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STARKE '1 EXTRA ; EXTRA
;; dN GREEN STAMPS dT! GREEN STAMPS 1'.
m tH>*l>tMB toutOM* MCMM
1'' 2-L.. rHIK OUIIMMIAT / BANANAS
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BUSINESS ,1 ur. Q xV r > LI.dJ IOEXTRAA
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aooo THNU /... 19
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.EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA 1-Lb.C.lla Bag YOUNG TINDER YOUNG TENOER POLE
SERVICE Jrt. GREEN.. .STAMPS. I I dyt GREEN STAMPS .I I ,a GREEN. STAMPS I I d1// .GREEN STAMPS 1/ *
V+ N i M / r..1M. tNrN..M rMN N + Carrots 2/25 Beans 2 49
11 a L. rx0. OCOMA 1 LOC. 11if LO..T[ tOO CT. Dill l if HOMC 1.02 rlCNe. .
Gilbert S. Brownsaad.reI CNICN.N Cool Whip ( Tea Bags Block Pepper
In-A-Basket l LARGE FRESH HEADS FRESH FIRM HEADS
aooo THOU rug i 0003 TMHU rr I. aooo THAU PI* I
OU ATLAS Service BUUo 'L i. 'I aooo TN.Ufe. 1. 2 1 e. II .::: .: ]i Lettuce.239 Cabbage2 39*
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TIRES BATTERIES f
Badge Terms B ad Service EXTRA ; EXTRJ ..r EXTRA ;' EXTRA SALAD SIZE WASH.STATE Eat ra Fancy OolJ.n ar Rd Del.
PHONE BM-7071 4 1 GREEN STAMPS X71 GREEN STAMPS. i dXMGREEN STAMPS.. .I d7l GREEN STAMPS. ; tomatoes *
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MNVMM NMrF + NAt.N M I I + hN+.M N 1 n M-V..1.iNNN + .uN .M M 29 Apples. 29
47 N. Temple- sta" / /KO.tN.W.W O aftAMOCHOPPCO NMrNI N I t. OZ. PALMCTTOA.M{ 7-0* CAN LTSOI. ***** Ir' 01. CAN DOW // LB. .. .
1 d I Pimento Chee 4 Disinfectant d J{ Oven Cleaner ;
SWEET JUICY King of Orang.i"TEMPLI All PURPOSE LAG
Beef Steaks aooo TMKU urn. 1P coca TNau rn 19 /
aooo TMKU ria. 1.
HURST'SSHELL :::
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Gas Service- Oils -Station Lubrication GREEN STAMPS

Monarch ROAD Tires SERVICE* Batteries Er v- Ai:

301 and 100 Starke

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Working Women to the Counlv ..,,,.loee nf llrml- Notice In hereby NAMIOl given that thaUndoralxned. TON. CONDUEY. CMAHL.BS A. DARBT. ClerIC Is the Cnnty .Jsiil..>. Corral Urn The Clw-l Court O' The January. A. D. US- ."
ford (nuntv. I'lwrlilit for npprornl under the provisions 044 Taney Avenue. of the "lrcult Court. Bradford' !. end for nmdford Cau.I,.. Eighth J.dllnl CI..alt Otriorlda. (SEAL) .
Have Important < of .wild final- rrixirt and of Chapter, 10,9(3 LAWSI.thA ) llruokvllle. Alexandria. VI rain I.,. County..Florida.. Ifle1.pjia In 'rnhtpIn I. A.d Per BrodferdVawatr. lea A. Derby Cl.r1rBy Deputy ,
; MoOd
final illm-hnrito nn. 14xi pnlnr' .t of *, nf tailwill You Are' Hereby Nutlfled thai By beulah M. MoodlsD.t11 Re: The. Kntat of John H. Beulah M.
Role In S.S. tho La..t Will and Timtainont of rculntor the Clerk of the a suit hue been brought anatnet Powell Deeooiied.NOTICFJ c;... Ne.THOMAS. Clerk 1.11INVITATION -,,-=.0
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Mnli'olm rowtmll. Pi'i'KiiHi'd.Tho Circuit Court. In and for Bradford you In thus Circuit Court for OF PROBATE) u now Ann. Waij-' 1111
Klnrlitit Nutloniil Hunk OfJauk.un.lllu Countv. Florida noon re-' Bradford County. Florida by NOTICB THE. ) STATE OF FLORIDA tiff. -yePEARL MAY HOW
Working 'women play '* yet :, ExeculY rs celol ot uroof of oubhcnlion\ of John Lea Condrey.. for. dlvordqand Notice I. hereby irlven' that TO ALL PP3RHON3 INTKRBSTIN ARD. D".ndnt. TO "ID
] 2t 2.21) thin notice the fictitious nameof you are hereby required toaerv ,la the Ba THR ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT NOTICE 011' 6VITetc PI.CH"11INQCOWI1IfI !
roll In affording under under a Court Order TATK! ..
important pro- Well Electric Service Jr,
emnmed In bu..lneMat attorney.Daniel.ue tat. of C. B. B.......1'. ../k/. : LambertAStorte0WARD) IlI01'f' !
which 1 am ad- John
tectlon to their family.The ratio 144 N. Thumunon at.:: Stark: Flalntlff'a lOG LeKal Center Ocala, Char(.. !t BoedecKer Dwi'd. You are hereby notified that nnnan.. FferldaCompetitive
of women to men 'working la 1 1' dreaa I. written that Clara C. Oaret Admlnlatra* a written Instrument purporting Alternate IT Sealed. Bid.. will :
;hOTThIsRe Wayne 8. Kinney 102 N. Or- Florida, your answer or trlx of the Katate of C. BJ. Boe- to b* the. Last Will and Testament Andrew. South CarolinaTou the State. "ur- ,.
ofComplaint
; bill received
Bradford County may be small; NOTICW HBHEnT: O1VKM at.: Starke. Fla. aula own- defonaa. If any to the file decker has depnalted with Chars of "ald decedent ha. been Are' Hereby Notified that tie Commladlon.by until I 1100
however, men should,) understand THAT I.Marie' Wnoilberrv who 8nllQ.1'', with In the Mid Clerk suit of and the. Circuit lea A. Darby Clerk of the Circuit admitted 'to probate In. said' an action for divorce has been AM.chaelnir on' the date shown for thetollowlnR :
wan ronvlrteil In the ClrrullCourt same hereby commanded and you arerequired .
Dated thin 3rd day of February Court of Bradford County Court. You are tiled airalnat you '
what their rights are as survlvor'a of Voluiln County, Florida' A. L>. 1U6'J' at stnrkc llrad-' Court on or before the 3rd Florida $1.82500 due to the Es within sin':: -calendar a copy of ymtr: : 1..1 881 Sa' of..' I'
day
under Social Security. on November n! A I).. 1854 ofthe County. day of March. 198V. which tatent Henry Boedecker. and1(104.IB month.) from the date of first written dt..I If any. on William .J..nunrv ,
offence of MnnHlnuvhter will ford Fl.rlda.l-? 41 xf and date la hereby fixed aa the Diane Boedecker. publication of thle notice to F. Bulllvan. attorney. for 5fix.d Pine Gum.Pt. and '
:.Too many times mother's who apply for clemency to the Slate return day of thus Notice to Ap due to will be kept In appear In said Court and showcause. plaintiff whew addreaa. la P. O. '", Blank Cnndltlone. Ite ..ht"lne4.; '
Thl. money
Hoard of Iardi''n.. Tallahamiee. Circuit pear. If :you fall to do M> a 30 day why the Btarlie. K or -'". IIppcltlrRtlnn"! mar :
Judicial for I If Drawer 1030. Com-
court
have died leaving minor children IB The RlKhth against i the rcclntry of purpha.'nR' .
Florida at Its next regular Default will be entered fal n.dy&unln. with the the Ptah .e
admltt- from
original
I.t tile fltata, file the % I
to action
Itradlurd and lo..hArn
denonlted
Ku and then D
I. And demanded lathe .
relief
have received all the meeting for the Court lrn.Bulldln. William .
not VrilaVllllku you Treasurer of the State of FlorIda lag said Will to probate shouldnot Clerk of the aAove-atyled rnl- 117. Calhoun :. I IStr..t.
protection they paid for, a woman Marlin VoodberrirCAlWoodberrv JOHN LEK OONDHEY. Plaln- Wltn.bill."of. my Complaint.hand and official unlena. some leglthuate stand. unrevoked. on or before Feb. *4. 19"be: "'T..I1."a.. n..m. ."" .. 1"lnrld." .,.."'
2-8 Zip SllOW va KUU11N1A WlX>L.VIiK-: ... County, claim la made. Theron A. Yawn County Judge otherwise a Judgment" may r..rvP. the I
tiff Bradford
works few alter Heal at Bta relief Comml".lnn
>a years TON OONUK1JY U'fondRnt.NU'rlCl thla, the 29 day otJnnuary. Charlea A. :Darby Bradford County, Florida. entered against yofor the 'I'll. or alt b14s. '.':
finishing school !then quits !) 1'0 AI'1'FIAItTO << Florida I 1989. Clerk o.f Circuit Court Date of first publication: Jam demanded In the Complaint.. of right to Executive I>lrector "..'.! .
INTRNTIONTO and seal
FOT1C1l! EUGENIA WQOLVE1\- 4t 1/11 IS, 1968. Wltnena my hand I
work to marry and raise a family. HKUIHI-KH VICT1T1OVB ; SKAL) 1/21 4t 2/13 aid Court on the IS dar of .A1 J. Day'1%Z 2t S-19 :-1", I
As "head of the household" --- ----------- -- -- !
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her husband continues to be I F rrrrrrrrrrrwlt.rrrrrrt .rrwrrr.J ":,: '
the: main breadwinner for such I '
a long time that lie Just forgets I I '1

all about .her work under\ social I

aecurlty years. Fortunately during she most funeral earlier I We: sell only FOOD I ::::

directors cooperate with social I I I .
eeourlity and glvethe! Information I. I I '....

needed to locate certain survivors I I I USDA I I "
'
but :they oanU( tell us
about minor children or dependent I I ,. .
.
parents! What a !Way t to I -ii- I I : I '. ..

find out! II Cholce.1 FA IRSUPERMARKETS I
\At present a woman who hat: .1
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matter when> ) and dies or 13 62; ,: :'

can be paid :a monthly benefit; 1 II beef steaks I I ,>.
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or a burial allowance can be I

paid to her husband or to the I I I 1' ..,

Individual who made burial ar I I I 1 ..'"
rangements. This the least that and roasts.
would' be paid on a woman's I I I I J ?

work record under aocIal .secur I ;
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ty. It should be pointed out that, I ,
under ,the law a lump-sum; burial 'I .'_'
: allowance cannot be paid I FOOD FAIR' I .

more !than two \sears after I'I' FOOD FAIR I I I ,...
death. Many husbands In the past I QUALITY I .

made the application! for burial I US DEPT Of AGBIOIITMPE QUALITY' Mercnnts 1 ':

allowance when It wasn't too I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE I FREE TOO! I '.;
late, and because oI the two GRADED I a gr .
limitation law were turned ,. .
year 1 1 GRADED I '0'
down. Basically a working woman 1 U.S. CHOICE p' I -' .

has exactly the same pro I I I I I ..
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tectlon asany man working, I '..
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
under social security. 1 I I .

Some husbands. have wives I I I THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15th. I

working on a part-time basis I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,.'
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mestic-type work In private .:.

homes, they should make sure .,',

that social. security taxes are CHCCKtftftOARD FARMSCHICKEN ".

being reported BO that proper U.S.CHOICE BONELESSSHOULDER SLICED ..
POT 1/4 LEAH MESH
social security credits can be ..::
given. If she earns at least $50 CALIFORNIA GROUNDBEEF '
PORK
during a three-month calendar LOINCHOPS ','
period the family: is entitled to ROAST .

this additional protection. However ROAST STEAKS .

if her wages are not being
reported because of misunderstanding :"

or for some other! reason 5 $1.99GREENDELL '..;

get :in touch with yoijr\ .
social security field representative

or district office and !they:

:will be glad to help straighten .. '.."
things out.

\As you can see there are
some differences involved wltli :"

respect. to a woman's and a AZALEA PURE PORK PREPARED FOODS BYGREENDELL HiAT'N SERVE ....;
man's lights! under social security .:
.with respect to dependents. SMOKED HONEYNUTSAUSAGE BREADED VEAL ORCHUCKWAGON '::

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SHRIMP CREOIEOR
when she becomes disabled or STEAKS I PORTIONS "
reaches 6. Husband2s left as sur UHI PORK- SMALL LINKS IEEF STEW .

vivors should check with social .
security. ;bringing with them TOtt ;

their wife's social security num 2 IBS 1.39 ,-

ber. If you know a relative or :1
rend who had no husband when

she died but left surviving dependents

social security shouldbe ,;
contacted and they will determine t

what benefits are pay- .'

able :and to whom; and also help, PACKERS LABELSLICED FYNE TASTE NOT LARGE NOT GIANT .
to establish their rights In every CALIFORNIACLING KLEENEX
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Building in 'Starke every PRINT

:Monday and Thursday. between AJAX .'
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survey by the Game ".
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Florida. lo Judlrlnl And For Circuit Bradford Of i NEW LOAF CAKES
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A" Deputy! Clerk
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3rd. 1999! at 10:00 A.:M. from 17oi 6IVALUABLE cms
Computer Service for the pr.-
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County Tax Roll and all related"
; report" The Board reserves the
right to reject any and all bias.

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j Action On Sportsmen's Club Lease


HEIGHTS -- MELROSE


.:- Delayed Council
-- By For
JWLrLrLwru '" ... Study



Keystone / High School Keystone Heights City Council :l1nic, that In his capacity as a game Roy Watkins reported continuing -

i iE NEWS NOTES Gardeners decldld Tuesday night to table Morgan gave council members warden he had checked on com-, Investigation in regard to

Hi/itesl formal discussion on the AirPark individual copies of a proposed plaints of broken fences cut buying a used aircraft hangaror

Please JIM By: Helea Egan Have! Work ShopThe bunt. club :Issue until the lease for the approaching year chains and discovered: multiple having a new one built. Watkins -

Phone In Your I next regular council meeting plus four years at $1 per year Incidences of illegal game killIng said. Hudson Pulp Co. had

High School Gardeners ot March 11.Leaders. rental fee. lie assured the council during the recent hunting, agreed to replant the area. to
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EASTERN STAR Keystone Heights, sponsored by of principal groups that the required $300,00011a- .season In the air park section be cut for
In fiction the following new Ed Maser, clinical psychologist : Friends Night; was observed on the Garden Club of the Lakes concerned In disputes. between. bility( In&urancepo1oy( Is obtainable previously controlled by the motion by Councilwoman

books are avaUable: My for the Division of Correction February 4 by Keystone Heights !held a corsage workshop at area (hunters, flyers and airport: and premium would be hunt club before cancellation of Joyce Baker permitting Watkins

Friends. :The Hungry Generation at the Florida State Pris Chapter OES. Representatives their January meeting. committee members nave paid by the hunt club. their lease by the city last to proceed with arrangementsto

(Duncan); Ammle Come en, in Ralford, was guest speaker from chapters, In Gainesville Assisting'the chairman. Mrs. agreed to meet together next In reference to the token ;rear. remove grass from runway

Home (Michaels); The Winding at the Keystone Heights Ro Baltimore Md., Waldo. Mican- J. Miller Wrinkle were Mrs. week for informal discussion In rental fee Morgan said the hunt Morgan told council that owners approaches! by chemical means

Stair (Hodge); The New Year tary Club on Friday afternoon opy, Starke, Jacksonville, and Agnes Ogden. Mrs. Martha Gardiner an effort to reach agreements club regretted having had difficulty of properties adjacent to was approved.

(Buck); Pontius Pilate (Maier Feb 7.IMa.ser. Orlando served. officers .and Mrs. Ruby Stripling, and compatible) to all. meeting more costly fin- the air park had reported ob- Airport manager Homer Sat-

): Many a Green Isle (Turn- discussed primarily the Star Point for conducting the Mrs. Rita Walker. Sportsmen's Club president ancial obligation to the city In serving more hunters in the terfleld reported work Is progressing

bull): By the Pricking of my Importance and role of psychology formal ceremony Raleigh Zlke donated carnations Don Morgan approached the the past pointing out It is a area this season than In the on repairs of the airport

Thumbs (Christie. ); Tales of in a correctional Institu Each "Friend" was Introduced salvia, and stock. : for a council with an appeal for the non profit organization; but past three yeans combined. ) beacon light and runway

Unease (Burke); and The Phoe tion. He first discussed the var :by his or her. counterpart and a civics: and science: class project. hunt club to regain use of air would provide manpower and Citing other numerous occur- lights damaged by lightning.

nix and the Mirror (Davidson), ious: functions and duties which colorful courtesy, with a Valentine The students are making flowerbeds park acreage for the club's labor for repairing fences damaged rences of illegal hunting. Morgan Streets and safety chairman

For the young children Mrs. are performed by his department motif, ,was extended to all. at appropriate sites at hunting activities conservation by other hunters! and for asked council to consider Cook read a letter from

Lawrence listed. the following: at the prison. He explained Following the. chapter meeting, the school program and fire arms safety patrolling the area to prevent that offenses could best be prevented the communications equipment

Wonders and Surprises that psychological testing announcement was made- that Mrs. Wrinkle was assisted by Illegal hunting. Morgan said and controlled by an organized company explaining: that delay

(poems): Magic Comedy; The was most important in the understanding Mrs. Bonnie Jones. Mrs.Aughtry Mrs. vaU
New Friend: First Book of and treatment of Vance Miss Jackson, science teacher; Sportsmen's Club that could city: police cruiser was causedby
>and Mrs. iFerne Huckert Offers
Nurses: and Moses. The Great their patients. were .all home from the hospital Mrs. Margaret Pater, and Mrs. Clay County Authority provide adequate patrols and a overload of orders and that

Lawgiver. WOMAN'S CLUB and that Doris, Sunderland. regular conservation program delivery of the radio could be
Star member Ann
ROXANNE KETCH The annual smorgasbord buf-- Simpson James,'was not in,Brad. Property For New CourthouseThe Council chairman Everett expected the first week o;

WINS ELKS AWARD fet supper of the Woman Club ford Garden ClubThe !Fox suggested motions regard- March. Cook reported that the
Hospital) as reported. It
Miss Roxanne<< Ketch. 15, has was held Saturday evening. Ing the lease be postponed until streets department had been:
'was .another Arm James. Clay County Development ge Carlisle, offer
conveying the
been named winner of the Or- Feb. 8, at the clubhouse. Garden Club of the Lakes all council members had time stabilizing weak road areas
Refreshments were served Authority, at is meeting Monday and suggesting future
a
mood Beach Elks Youth Lead- According to chairman to study and review It. and rock
publicity with white rock, more
will meet at 1 Thursday.Feb. .
p.m.
during the .social (hour by Mr. night In Orange Park votedto meeting with the Clay County Councilman James Cook laid
ership contest. For the extraordinary Mrs. "It ordered to extend Im
Henry Schuber has been
27 at the home of Mrs. J.
,
and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell Mr. offer a cite on Its Fleming Commission to discuss the pro- drawn by the
the last lease up
qualtles of
leadership was a happy occasion and the :Miller Wrinkle. The program Island be- provements.There .
and Mrs. W. H. Hardenbergti. property midway posal.
this Keystone Heights young inclement weather did not former air port committee was discussion of the
will be a panel discussion by
and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kenn tween Green Cove Springs and
has shown, a $100 Series E dampen the of the which had been rejected by the Including automobile
lady spirits members on the topic of prun Orange Park, as a location for At the present time the Development possibility of
bond was given to her on the guests. The club wishes to thank edy.The Authority Is providing hunt club at the end of the year expenses for the streets.
ing. the proposed new Clay County
:
local level. She is now eligible all our old friends and many February Chapter meet- space for the Thunderbolt should be reviewed and considered. committee chairman in the
for competition In the Elks ing will be an important one. courthouse and jail complex. Airport committee chairman in-
who attended. agreed
new ones r. YYyYy.YY Y..Y.YYYMELROSE Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald Jr.. Raceway and a hatchery operation city budget. It was
state sponsored contest. That Mrs. Arthur Ketch was chair ;when election of officers !iwlll on Its Fleming Island Roy Watkins disagreed. formally to Include an allow-
secretary of the Authority, was
winner will then be entered In for take place. Councilman Ray Winans' suggestion for the next
man the dinner, assisted bya instructed to write to Clay property on Highway 17 just ance in the budget
the national competition. committee, volunteers, and The Grand Chapter Annual south of Doctors Inlet. that an informal meeting fiscal year In November.
County Clerk of the Court Geor-
Miss Ketch daughter of Mr. contributions of delicious foods meeting will be held in St. of the airport committee Mrs Baker and Mayor Ray-

end Mrs. Arthur Ketch was prepared and served by the Petersburg during the 'week of By Joyce! ; Bow.a.aa..aaaaa.aAaaa. with 'hunt club and Aero Club mond Starnes reported requests

nominated to receive this reco- members. It was a real team April' 7.HOMEMAKERS. inches In diameter that Is at yy.yyyyyyyyy.yyyyy.y.INDIAN members could be beneficial from city residents for removal

gnition by Keystone Heights .effort with special support received CLUB &&a least five feet long that they and save time on lengthy discussions of trees in the park areas that

community leaders for her active from the many guests The Keystone Homemakers. would like to contribute to the at regular council ihad been damaged by lightningand

participation In numerous DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe Club of Clay County Council will We received news last week BEACH meetings, was accepted by the had limbs falling.
school It would be greatly ap-
youth Roxanne Is meet at 10 Wednesday council, Morgan Aero Club presented! to
programs. Duplicate Bridge Club can that Rev. A. F. Eggleston died preciated. Just get In touch with Mayor Starnes
treasurer of the Student Council sponsored by the Keystone Feb. 19, in Clay Clectrlc hall. recently in Barboursville, W. Melrose Athletic Director Bill (Lake Santa ....) president Wally Fordyce and the police department 'report

a member of Beta Club, Heights Woman's Club meets Due to several changes and Va. He was. a resident of Mel- Black or call the school and let Bjl BflchMl H. 47T ltd Starke Pilot Nolan Woodburnwho for January for Inspection, re-

secretary-treasurer for a youth every Monday night at the club- announced: programs' of last rose until Ul health made it them know what you have. This r. 475-JlH: had expressed the hope porting 19 calls and one arrest.

group at the Community house. Play begins promptly at 'week, it is urgently requested necessary for him to go live pipe will be used to construct that all parties concerned could He announced that all city businesses -

Church: and also a member of 7:30.Last: that all members, particularly with his daughter, Mrs E. D. playground equipment for the .a&aaAA& ..a&a.aAaaaa reach suitable agreement. Mor requiring licenses had

the church choir. week's winners were: some of the new ones, arrange Miller, over a year ago. Since children.: gan asked council to Invite air- obtained them and 71 occupational -

Adding to the impressive list. First place with 49'/i points. (9 be 'present. that time :he has been in and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Arrow- well we were a little busier port hay rights holders Hanley licenses Issued for the

Roxanne works on the staff of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles: The Leadership!! Training MeetIng out of the hospital several .smith and Mr. and Mrs. David last week than we have been and Martin, also so that all year. Delinquent garbage fees

the high school year book second place with 43ft. Mrs. of February 5 was canceled times. Hilton and daughter Nancy Suzanne lately Otis Melston of Hampton having done business with Key- have been collected through

works as junior assistant teacher Bill Terry and Mrs. JosephDey and the Workshop Repair of Rev. Eggleston was a retired of Jacksonville spent last and I visited Aunt Coring stone Air Park could contribute :notification by Police Chief

for the third grade Sunday : third place with 37, Mrs. Small Electrical Appliances, as Methodist minister, but he serv- weekend In St. Augustine. Hudson< of Gainesville, who was from experience suggestions for Muhlhofer

School, assists with Troop 83 of Paley: Boyd and Mrs. Lowry; scheduled for February. 20, has ed his God even In his last :Melrose PTA Is planning a still in the Alachua General the best possible agreement to Council chairman Fox re-

the Junior Girl Scouts and Is and fourth place with 35, Mrs. been changed as to meeting. days. He assisted the Methodist Spring Carnival and RummageSale Hospital last Monday night. As settle differences, existing along ported that city tax: collector

tournament chairman of the Henry Schuber and Louie Kyle. place. It will be held at the minister with holy communionand to be held In May. Contributions Of the weekend She was hoping time, compatibly.In Aughtry Vance ilIad offered

Junior Golf League at the local ST. WILLIAMSThe Extension Service Office In other services. He was alsoa of clothes, household to come home shortly. Tuesday other business!: council the opportunity to ap-

golf course. Parrish Mission, to 'be Gainesville with :Ray Pettls. Sunday School teacher at the articles or any other salable night my aunt and uncle Clara Airport committee chairmanIt's point a replacement In the eventof

In selecting the winner, Judges Conducted; by Father Daniel J.. from 10 ajn. to 2:30: :p.m. Interested Melrose United Methodist Items are needed. If you !have and James Sullivan and their her absence during Illness
of the contest considered such Hunt C. P. of the Passl.onlstFather.s. Church. grandson. Lamar Stegall of Wll- would be an Inconvenience. A
members are asked to anything you don't need and nasty as It could be.
aspects Americanism Palm listen, were supper guests of motion by Watkins and Cook to
as leadership. North Beach bring small Guests last week of Mr and
'appliances or lampsneedlna' would like to give just call mea And If we aren't careful.
and at St. ours. Wednesday night another retain Mrs. Vance with leave of
citizenship opened Sunday evening
appre- family
Mrs. Jesse Bickel and
repair cords, plugs, etc. 475-5692 or Carolyn Chlapptnl It'can mess up you and me.
ciation, perseverance, stability: Edward's in Starke. This service were his aunt and uncle, Mr. aunt and uncle.Teenle and Roy red absence was unanimously ap
Lunches may be brought. If you at 4754751. We will come out It makes your face turn
resourcefulness and of included the form. Crenshaw and daughter, Joan, proved.KEYSTONE.
Rosary,
sense iwlsh. This program is under the and Mrs. John Bickel, of Indi and pick them up and you will and cold.
honor. al of the mission of Gainesville, came and got
opening sermon
University 'of Florida Agricul- ana., be helping us raise money to But that's not worst of all.
FIRE DEPARTMENTThe and Benediction of the Grandmother Copeland and
Mrs. C. Ii. Harris of Welakaand
bad
Improve the Melrose Elemen- When it's getting to you ,
regular monthly meetingof Blessed (Sacrament.The took her home with them to
Thigpen of
Mrs. George tary playground and buy new Is when your skin starts. to
the Fire Department was mission will continue East Palatka spent Thursday books for the school library. spend the night and next day. crawl <

held Tuesday evening Feb. 4. through Wednesday at St. Ed- star Mike ;Spltzl was bid a farewell with their parents, Mr and There Is still a need for Cub Thursday night the Crenshaws. When the wind and cold Join
In the absence ward' and at St. Wil the He has grad- brought Grandmother Copeland
of the presidentand open by group. Mrs. R. M. Cason. Scout uniforms.\ Any boy who is forces.
vice-president the liam's In Keystone Thursday uated from the Webelos Den Into back home.
meetingwas do forget the work
Please not
uni- sick
no longer a Cub and :has a They can really make you
presided over by Fireman evening at 7 p.m.c .. Boy Scout Troop 105/ ar 'i,day.,at Melrose Elementary for form he no longer needs is Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carlton Blankets, jackets long-Johns HEIGHTS

McGlave. This Mission should embrace NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY' the men, Saturday. Feb. 15, at urged to give these suits so that Mere< down for the weekend enJoying -'. nor gloves.

First Aid Officer Everett Fox all from first year of high Local Librarian Helen Law 9 a. m. Anyone who has any boys who are unable to pur- '... their lake home. Nothing seems to do the trick
reported three ambulance calls school and Is Is celebrating this week Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and
encouraged rence
on. everyone pipe an Inch and a !half to two chase a uniform will be able to And when you try to fish, DIRECTORYRABY'S
and eight fires during the preceding to attend. over the arrival of many anew sons and Helen Walker of Jacksonville -
have one. For more Information That's when that wind's so bad.
month. The Altar Society of St. WU- books which she lust received. were weekend visitorsof
in touch with Cub You can't cast bait nor
get your ,
It was reported that the port- hams will meet at the parish Mrs. Lawrence said that .she received tural (Extension Service. Mr. and Mrs D. W. Carpenter. AUTO
Master Red Thompson.Mrs. the seat.It's
,
able pump, designed to operate hall on Monday, Feb 17, at 10 so many requests for COMMUNITY CHURCII Is in Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish stay on
Grant Rothhammer to make
from the lake was in place on a.m. All members are: requestedto new books that she. thought our Youth Sunday was observed! of Starke were Saturday enough anyone SERVICE

the Jeep and ready for practice.On attend. readers might enjoy seeing the cn (February+ 2 'with the young Little Rock Ark. visiting her night supper guests. Mr. Carp mad.

motion of McGlave and Ty- CUB PAK sos people conducting the worship daughter. Carol, who Is currently enter was celebrating !his birth Now you know when that wind Complete Auto Repairs

er, the Department will continueto The big news at the Cub Pack list.In ;non-fiction the list Included service, except the sermon working on .her Masters Degree day. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lori- gets blowing, in- Air Conditioning Repairs
at Arkansas State Teachers You much better off
sponsor a team In the Little 305 monthly meeting was the : 1968 School & Library World which was delivered by the pas mler of Jacksonville were Sun- are &: Automatic Transmission

League and will assume necessary Pinewood Derby. Each cub built Atlas; Fireside Book of Dog tor.New College) In Conway. Ark. day visitors of the Carpenters.Pete side. Service
Women's Society of Uni- Where stay :near
The ; you can warm
expense for the sponsor iris own model car which was Stories: Life Is A Bargain: the Church School officers and Joyce Barton and PHONE 473-4404
ted Methodist Church Is planning ) the heater.
ship. Chief Bennett was namedas placed In competition on the 40 Vatican: Best Plays of 1967- for 1969 are: Sunday School:: Robert and Novice Ward .of '
a World Day of Prayer Until that wind ISubsides.But. Little Lake Bedford
Cub The Neighbors Are ScarIng Superintendent Starke .spent the weekend in
nominee to directorship la foot elevated track. The 1968; : Gerald Culber-
at 2 All Churchesare there's nothing do,
March 7 we can
the Little League. Scout entries were sleek My wolf; The Yukon; Sowing son; Secrebary, Mrs. Margaret p.m. The Tampa, with Ralph and Pat
ole
Invited to participate. That will stop that nasty
Firemen Fox and Civil Defense smooth and speedy, worthy of a Made Easy. Henschel; Treasurer, Mrs. Carl also Invited to attend. \\FlUmon and family. While there, BUILDING MATERIAL
public Is wind.
Director Leonard Jones eoveted "Grand Prix" honor. Darden: Superintendent Chil they enjoyed the Florida State HARDWARE
Maser's department also con- Members of the Future Home- But hope and pray that we'll
announced that a first aid class First place in the competition ducts diagnostic evaluations for dren's Division, !Mrs. (Barry Wy- makers of America and Future Fair.Mr. survive.

for advanced students would be Was captured by Mark Kiefer the parole commission. They man Farmers of America Clubs of and Mrs. A. L. Revels Till Spring gets here again."Doctor BROOKLYN

held on February 25 and 27, In his "Orange Fireball." mark- assist the commission in determining Rev. :Milner announced a gift Interlachen Junior-Senior High and daughter of Lakeland were

from 7 to 10 p.m. Additional details ed with the Maltese Cross.! sec- the .social and psychological of $1,000 In memory of the late School held a pajama basket- visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -- SUPPLY HOUSELumber

concerning these sessions ond place winner was Steven risk of allowing an Mrs. Nettle Lagasse' by her husband ball at the school Friday Revels over the weekend. Plywood Builder's

will be given at a later date. Henderson, in his "White Heat"special Individual to return to his com to be ,used for the building night.game The girls played in boys Mr. and Mrs. James Robbins "J Hardware Roofing' Shectrock
_
PSYCHOLOGIST and Marty Darden cap munity. 4 fund of the new sanctuary pajamas and the boys played In attended the Fred Waring Con- Paneling *. Paints Insulation

HEARD AT ROTARY tured 'third place honors with In his closing remarks, Maser The Church Women's General girls pajamas. The FFA won cert In Jacksonville last Monday Tools Electrical A Plumbing
'C
his "Sperry Bluebird. Indicated that there was a definite Meeting was held February, 3 5342.. night. Supplies.

INCOME TAX Second Flight winners were shortage In the field of with Mrs. Leon Milner leading Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe Jack and Lou Miller and ::/ ; Hwy 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
children and George Barton attended
and
Bennett Bill Strlcklin
Mark clinical psychology. At the pre the devotional Mrs. Frank H- and family visited Mr. and Mrs. \
Ricky Baker. First Flight win- the Florida State Fair ...:::::> ;T
l
RETURNSPrepared sent time, there is one psychiatrist gen, program chairman, Introduced Clyde Wesley In Gainesville a\ -- PRODUCTSFOR
ners were Bret Bannon. MIchael In Tampa over the weekend. CONCRETE
and Maser working at the Edward! Maser, who gave Saturday. -
Spltzl, Richard Underwood. Division of Correction. Funds an Interesting review Dee and Betty Morris and ,-
of his workas Tommy Stansel, son of !Mr.
By David McLean. Kenny McLean .have been appropriated for the psychologist at the Ralford and Mrs. Jack Stansel. Is home children of Tallahassee, spent CONCRETE PRODUCTSCALX
the weekend with Mrs. Edith is he will be
SeigLer.
WM. J. DERMODY and Phillip addition of one more full-time State Prison, and also as part- from the hospital following atonsllectoJDY' out OR SEEEdward'
In other business, Kenny Mc psychologist at the prison. time Instructor at St. Johns last week. Johnson. back at 7:00: PM..This is a
Lean was sworn Into Pack 305 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zlezel 8 Building
Recreation Center Program chairman for the Junior College. The Interlachen JuniorSeniorHigh recording..
and presented the Bobcat pin week was Ken Klmmons. Ro- The report of the Committeeon School Booster Club will and children of Jacksonville, Supply Inc.
Cubmaster Jack Bannon. paid a surprise visit to Mrs. ,
Keystone Heights by tarlan Bill Reynolds Introduced Revision Feb. 24, at 7:30: jh\\rurli :
of the Constitutionand meet Monday, (! i
Bill Strtcklln was presented the Ida C. Whltehead last Sunday. 726 8. MAIN 372-4844
the guest speaker, By-Laws was presented by p.m. In the School Cafeteria. DIRECTORY "1
'Phone
473-4500 naturalist badge and a service HERE 'N THERE Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Junkins Gainesville. Florida
Mrs. E. E. Bachmann for the Anyone Interested Is Invited to of Aurora. 111., are spending a
We are glad to report thatMrs
committee members. Mrs. Walter attend.
r couple of months at their lake
Frank Jones Is home, Grolick, Mrs. Kelly Greenson, DUPLICATE BRIDGE home on Santa Fe. While here, BAPTIST NURSERY
I after undergoing major, surgery Winners last week of the Mel-
Mrs. James Cook, and Miss Ger- they will visit their son and
In Alachua General. trude Houser. Printed copies of rose Duplicate Bridge Club his( family Mr and Mrs. Richard First Church, Keystone: : sun- O.C. Carnes Nursery

Mrs. Aughtry Vance Is also each part were given to the 53 were: Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Junklns, in Orlando. day School, 945 a.m. Worship Nursery Stock

home from a lengthy stay InAlachua members attending for further !Miss Iva Hillyer 1st place; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns 11' ..a.m.. 7:00: p.m. Training Union Plants Fruit Trees Evergreens -

General. She reports study and discussion at circle Mrs. Paley Boyd antd Mrs. John and family were down over the 6:30 p.m. Nursery open Landscape Plants & Con
feeling much better. Strawn, 2nd place; Mrs. W. J. all services Rev. Lawrence
We Like To meetings alter which a vote Weekend doing some fishing. tainers.
Maj. Jim Peterson left Wednesday
will be taken at the March 3 Grolick and Mrs Gladys Van Jean Ball and Ruse! Pierce Carrel pastor.CATHOLIC CAMELLIAS AZALEAS
0 of last week to reportto Netta, 3rd place; Mrs. H. T.Dent .
Lend general meeting. visited the James Chitty family
Money Hwy. 100, Florahoma 659-Z1CS
his new assignment at
and Mrs. H T. Hogue, 4th
i The president
C Mrs. Roy Turk. Sunday afternoon.
C WrightPatterson Air Force place. St. William's. Keystone: Sunday Let Us Do Tour Landscaping
To People Who nett, appointed the following Recent visitors of Mr. and
Base in Ohio Mrs. Petersonand Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday
WOMAN'S CLUB
(Nominating Committee to present Mrs. D. W. Carpenter were
children will be Joining Members of the Woman'sClub : sand Novena, 7 p.m. USED CARS
him a slate of officers for the Claude Pickett of Miami and
Need early In March.
It 3969-70 term: Chairman Mrs. heard all the Information Roy Long of Jacksonville. COMMUNITY CHURCH'
Mrs. Elmer Howe .
was a patient
at Bradford County Hospital William Beam Sr.. Mrs. Don about Improving the clubhouseat Now here's Leeon. Sunday School 9:40: sjn. Hanks Used Cars

Consult Us last week, but was able to Wallace and Mrs. Barry Wy- their meeting last week. LEEON'S CORRNER (Morning Worship. 1>1. Youth Fellowship BIG CASH DISCOUNT
discussed the information,
They : "The Winter Wind"The
return home Friday in time to man.. (all teenagers) 7 :p.m..
Soon! celebrate her birthday. Her :The//World Day of Prayer has but did not make any definite Winter wind Is dreadful Pascal Carr director. Holy Com- TERMSBUY

sister Mrs. Bess Grosberg. !been postponed until March 7 decisions. munion. 1st Sunday each quarter SELL TRADE
honored at 2 'pjn.. Hostesses for the luncheonwere Schoeneman, and Mrs. Ernest Wednesday RT. 1, BOX M
Mrs. Howe with a dinner Prayer Service,
Whatever
your financial needs, we have a loan party at her home on Lake- Church Women's Circle meet- Mrs. R. P. Vogb. :Mrs Bartlett. chairman. 7:30: p.m. Rev Leon F. ;MILner Hwy. 100 8 Mlles S. Stark

for you. When you borrow from us it is always view Drive. Guests included Ings will be held on February Fred Able, Mrs. James Neales, ACTION COMMITTEEThe pastor.EPISCOPAL.

quicker and more confidential and you repay acj MeL Howe's daughter. Mrs. 17 as follows: Mrs. S. E. Kenn Mrs. Phil Kromer. and Mrs Melrose Action Committee WATCH REPAIRS
James Lackey. Beautiful orchids met last Mrs. Robert
week.
j cording to your budget. Jan Batts, and Mrs. Nettle edy's 1:30: at the home of
Stitchberry. Miss Gertrude Houser: Mrs. were used for decorations Smith Melrose Elementary St. Anne's: Holy Communion,

Lending money at low rates Is just one of our Ed Wiggins was admitted to David (Nelson's Circle at home School Librarian, discussed. the 8 -a.m. each Sunday.: 1st Sunday, Anthony Crawford

many services. Come in soon to talk over all your the Clay County Memorial Hos- of W. J. Watson; Mrs. Walter Jack Janes. accompanied by school library. ""Holy Communion. 8 am and Watch Repair

banking needs. pital, In Green Cove Springs Grolick's, at home of Mrs. Albert his mother Mrs. Florence The group also discussed the 9:30: a-m. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sun-
Janes will give a. concert at possibility of setting up a class days, Morning 9:30 Service
last Friday. We understand Bacbmann: and Mrs. W. Prayer, : a.m
that he Is greatly Improved as M. Beam. Sr. Circle at home of the next meeting. teaching the basic courses In Evening Prayer. Sunday, 7 p.m.

KEYSTONE STATE of this writing.Mr. Mrs. S. E. McKay. LIBRARY reading and writing. Putnam Holy (Days announced. Will- AH Makes and Models
BANK The library board met recently School Superintendent Carey
and Mrs. Veazy Walker Morning Circle: meets at 9:30: lam I. Jones, :Vicar. PRONE 473-42U
and made plans for a Ferrell has said such a course
hosted a :party for Linda's at /the home of Mrs. Gerald
M. F.D.LC. KeyitoB Heights Tim.Hhray .
Keyrtoo Heights, Fk.T brother. Don Norris at the Culbertson ParkofthePalms.Evening tea during National Library could be made available if eightor LUTHERAN ;
Week. Mrs. S. P. Sashoff is ten persons were Interested. .Divine !Worship, 11 aJtt. Sun 100. ZVi Miles East!: WKsystoa
Walker's home Brook
nr Friendly Baak In Your on Lake Circles: Rebecca, 8pjn.
Friendly chairman. Mrs. Dauer offered
Rosemary day. Holy Communion. 2nd Sun : Helgftte
lyn. Friday night Don left this .
with Mrs.
Coma unity.' weekend to start a ",4 year : : Thomas Gregory Board members are Mrs. Al- to contribute some shrubbery to day. Services each Sunday at Wale for Sin ta mat .fb.

hitch" with toe Navy. Mrs.; Nightingales. 7:45, with! bert Spires, Mrs. Robert Smith be planted under community St. Anne's Episcopal Church -

James Cook. !Mrs. Arthur Elliott Mrs Albert bulletin board WUUam Wile Vicar.TELEGRAPH. ,.

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end guest, of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. children of Gainesville were Sunday Roy Green.
YYYTYTTTTTTTYYTYTTTYTYBROOKER Robinson and family.Mr. of Ethel Russ. ADD MACHINE ROLlfe.
gueste -Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dronncn TYPEWRITERS
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN : and (Mrs. Coy Scaxbrough Rev. James L. Temple, Laurie and family cf Jacksonville spent File Folder complete line office Electric. For Ml. :or Manual rent. er
of Orlando anent the weekend "temple Oherie Hlnten and Nat- tuppllc*.- The Telegraph.,
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bradford .
County: Telegraph.TV .
; Ph .6. ".&.
li' with Kra. Onto Bauler on. He Qulckeall :went to the State Green and family.

E: \. BY JOYCE: STOKES We are happy to welcome to Fair Tampa Saturday.( (Mrs. Mattle Davis Is cpenttng'
fly MIKE C1IITTY our Community :Mr. and Mrs. Denver'Prescott left last week this' 'week In Perry. Ga. with her ATTACHMENT FOR
Phone 475-2171 && & & && &&&&& &&A Jack Woods and three Childrenof for a few years wttii the 17. S.

..r- "" BIRTHDAY PARTY Gainesville. They' are residing Army. He will! get :lib basic/ eon.Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Endlcott THE HARD OF HEARINGA

Mr. and Mm. Bobby Jones in the Colson house on Char training at Ft. Bennlng, Ga. and family of Gainesville spent new eav-to.w.ar. hearing device !I. now being offered to you Pl*
lotte Avenue. 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott with faded hearing by JecluonvlUe Hearing Aid Service. distributors
Sundaywith Mrs.
host to 30 youngsters at lAmandyLewis.
were It reduce ttie train of
DiWberf Hserinf Aids. will help reetly to i
Well fellows, that cold nasty last week, especially In Alto their home on Thursday night .Mrs. Frances Bus of Apoptoa and Claude Prescott were visitIng listciing! o your "adto and TV profrems. TM WriftnaUzeA AMplifier

weather really "cooled' It", as Lake. As you'll see In Griffin's Feb. 6, In honor of their daugh. wasa- Wednesday overnight Ellis Fowler In Tampa Gen. Johnny Douglas of Orlando Ik incteestd guaranteed volum.to,muke you hear TV back.or radio much better without

far as the fish go. I'm afraid news he and his customer really ter. 'Kathy. on her birtlulary. Outdoor guest of Mrs. Ethel Russ. eral! Hospital Sunday.' Mr. Fowler spent the :.weekend iwltJh Joe or your money

not many fishermen braved It worked on the bass. The way games were ployed and enJoyed Mrs. Zella Rouse Is spending Is a former resident of Brook.e Green. fIOD|
and those hitting last week I In SPECIAL FULL PRICE
last week to try 'em they were and the guests' consumed a week with her daughter

who did weren't very success: sure want to be around when they many hot doge, marshmallows Tampa.We Mrs. Lula Bennett of Trenton. A uniform fresh water fishing PURCHASE if WHILE THEY LASTWe

ful. They 'just don't do much In start. spawning Rood. Cokes and birthday: cake. are glad to :bear that Mrs. is spentlng several days, herewith license would be an Investmentof
toad weather. So, I've decided Griffin's Lodge (east shor6Santa Ophelia Moore Is now at home ) her ,granddaughter, Mrs. an estimated $1,350,000 to

Just to add what little bit of Fe) reports a very good J PERSONALSMr.. and Mrs. Robert John and getting alone fine alter Fredla Mott, and family. the wildlife conservation prog- the would hard-o-iearln prefer: for order purely this good attachment.will' and economic reasons that only

fishing news I had this week to week for bass as far as Roy'aguiding about three weeks in BradfordCouIrty Mrs.(Mary Simmers of Gainesville ress program of Florida.
He was booked for 'Cummerford and family of Tax- WRITE, COME IN OR PHONE lAX 35.3211r :
this column. goes.
Hospital. was visiting her mother,
six last week and every i id as are making their home in
days
SMpman's Camp (west shore Mrs. Wilson Russ of Apopka. Mrs. Emma Mott, Sunday. I

Santa Fe) reported several '\y they caught bass..His famous :Is Brooker the brother!now..of Mr.Mrs Cummerford V. C. Robinson spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann and STANDARDOIL ''I ;;: MAIL COUPON AND $1.00 TO '

catches even with the bad guide service has become !known .and is retired from U. S. Mrs. Ned Hicks end family. family attended a ,birthday dinner 1 I JACKSONVILLE HEARING AID SERVICE I

weather. Four Jacksonville all the way up to Virginia. He The Cummerfords Tony Castleu spent Friday for Harmon Underhl'U' at the STATION 229 W. Adams St.' Jax., Fla.

fishermen caught 60 Specs; and six guided two fellows from 12 Lynchburg bass! :Air have Force.three children Kathy who night in Jacksonville with (his home of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon I I Please! rush .. T.V. Attachments at $1.00 each. |
one caught 7 Bass. Among and they caught brother Patrick. UnderhlU Storke Iat't Sunday.Mr. .
fishermen from Gainesville Including 7-pounders on Mon- :Is in the 5th Grade; Mike 3rd FOR LEASE Also! include Information on the latest In Dahlberg Hear.
Mrs.Beady Conerty of Hague and rrexrill Green
Mrs.
.
who caught 120 Specs. Kenneth day. Tuesday, he and his son, grade 'and Ricky, age two .We visited her sister Mrs. Wattle and family of Brewton. Ala. I ling Aids. I

Ellison had 20 Specs and 5 Alan guided Howard Shaw and his :are> happy to welcome them to Sowell, lat, Friday.Mr. spent the weekend with Mr. and o Name . . . .. . .. ...-. ... '" .
Bass. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie father and brother, and they i our communtyl.Mr. I I

Thomas of Perry caught 40 caught 15 bass. Wednesday, Roy and :Mrs. .M.Udton (Buddy) and Mrs. Ronald Wiggins Mrs. Lee Roy Green. If Interested Address . . . . .. ... .....
Chuck Sucklslnger of and Emory Boring caught 11 bass iup i Robinson of Lake City Mr. and and family of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green
Specs. There Sunday with Mr. and ,Mrs. Law. and family of Wildwcod .spent I City Slate ,- . .j
Starke had 25 Specs. And N. A. to 6 pounds. were i Mrs. Joe Robinson of Lake But.ler. .
.\ Phone 9645132USED - - -
Pack of Pennsylvania who Is many others, too numerous to' ; and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and rence Wiggins. Sunday with Mr. and Airs. A. F.

,spending the Winter at Ike's mention, including one 11 1/2 ;family of Madison were week Mr. and Mrs. Sonny: Dukes and McDavld: and Mr. and Mrs. Lee

Place (south shore Santa Fe), pounder. -
caught an 11 pound Bass last Shlpman's Camp on the west
week. shore reports a few catches ,of BRICK HOUSE for sale by own

Griffin's Lodge (east shore specs and bass. Mr. and Mrs. er. 1 yr. old. 3 bedrooms. 2

Santa Fe) reports that the wind Frusco of Starke caught 40 specs N : j baths. Carpeted. Phone 964-6885.

and weather slowed their fish and Ed Bailey and Mike Hammondof I _. 2tp 2-20
ing down too. Tuesday. Roy and Lawtey caught 55. They also ( USED
PIANO
wanted
had several catches from Jack- by family.
Gene Langford caught a 10'A .
Please call 964-6235 after 4
and a 9 lb. bass along with 3 sonville and Gainesville. p.m.Un

smaller ones. Saturday morningand ..i'11"\-- -

Sunday morning Roy and Ii- JJ;1ii"! ), '. & New Innersprings WAirRESSES WANTED Ex.
Alan Marshall Howell PUMPS VACUUM cleaners perienced.
guided
"I. reconditioned Apply in at
person
r >> \ CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box
and patty. and together they 1 .. _f.lJjI. SpringsDrop __ NEW AND USED __ $15 up. 10 d1erentname George E. LaRue The Longhorn Restaurant tfchg

caught 24 bass. The wind was I. H-- Up to IS word. ____- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES-PARTS..SERVICE brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
blowing so that the lake was r' /:, ''I' (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Parts & excellent repairs all LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-
& ,
Deep Shallow Wells Fire! Homeowner A-Tablets ONLY 98c at
had many Mitchell
rough and they hl. >- MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER makes. KIRBY SALES &
strikes that they couldn't land Each word over 15 .. .07 209 E. Adkliu St. Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT Drug. 4tp 3-6

the fish. Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired Expert Service On 3767110. tfchg Keystone Heights 47S-469S: FOR RENT -. Furnished 4
Mr. Jowers and Mr. Burns or In advance __ Upholstered & All Makes
paid .35 Refinished
DID room and bath apartment. Utilities -
Keystone Heights caught 30 Plumbing Service YOU KNOW It's! easy town

Specs and 12 bass on Sunday., MATTRESSES REBUILT Phone 964-7061 a Long-champ Home? furnished. Phone 964-6852.
and 8 Bass on Monday in Lake Memorials, Resolutions Starke Agent Better built for FJ rtia: liv FILING CABINETS Type tfchg
Geneva. HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your planr or ours writer Stands Desks, Chair.
7 cents per word Safes. Bradford County FOR RENT 4 room furnished
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. contact Bu-
More fellows! apartment. Private
good news Telegraph.MEN entrance.
710 Lemon St. ford Mitchell phone 1 64-
Those ole bass were still biting CARDS OF THANKS PaUika Adults 224 Lafayette. phone
6853. P. O. Box 238 Starke
good last week, and should get INSURANCEAT WANTED Men cottage 964-6149. tfchg
This nice string of bass was SO words lane S.GO REDUCED RATES tf parents
better and better. They were or -- i age over 21. Starting
,
hitting pretty good on shiners caught out from Griffin's this AUTO. FIRE BOAT pay $295 month promotion opportunities FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed-
week. Pete and Joyce Barton Each word over 00 __ .07 i MARY DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S and regular in- room apartment. 708 N. LakeSt.

spent the weekend on the Okla- INSURANCE AGENCY creases In pay. 8 hour day. S Phone 964-6937. tfchg
waha with Billy and Elizabeth SUN SPORTSMOORE
OFFICIAL ten day week sick leave. vacations
,
Bill PowellBEST Noegel, caught around 60 specs, INSPECTION STATION CARTfR state retirement. If Interested EQUITY For Sale. Home in nice
bream and catfish.Barnhill's BOAT rOB neighborhood: 3 bedroom 2
Open Dally 8 AM. 5:30 P. M. HELP WANTED: Need two ladies please apply in person Personnel
Resort (east shore YOUR MONEY bath, central heat air conditioned
part time full time. You -
BUYS Except: Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S or Manager, Sunland Training Cen
Sante Fe) reported the follow- make :'atnrlte' Mi. 1.345791SPECIAL low Interest mortgage. 1301
$10 and
can up a day. No ter. Gainesville Fla.
ing catches last week. Mr. and GARAGEKeystone PAINTS 1 Searing St. Call Ted Oglesby.
experience Must h..
20 Acres 2 B-R C.B. neceswy. ve An equal opportunity employer. -
Mrs. C.W. Ward of Darien, Ga., 964-5240 after 5pm.,
tfchg
House 2 Ml. From City Heights use of car. Prone 752-2650. Write 55HP Evlnrude Selectramatlc .
caught 4 bass. Mr. and Mrs.
Limits. Good Grade Road. Telephone 4734465THE Una Douberly; Box 3001 E. Du-
Earl Hatcher, also of Darien, 102 K. Krrwnl?" SI. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford -
:\
all
control( A 2 tanks: $849.
val, Columbia Motel Lake
$9250 Total $2750 Dn. City. ED WAINWRIGHT
caught 17 specs and 2 bass. County Telegraph. Ph.

: George Hill!! the guide at Barn- KEY TO NEW Fla. 4tp 2-27 AGENCY 964-635.

hill's was out checking boats Gracious. Living I -For All- -- -Your-
LIKE NEW Saturday, and said they had an SMITH'S Bait Shop now open.
Town HouaeAPARTMENTS Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Earthworms. $1.75 hundred. 334
average of 11 to 15 specs, and
2 B-R Frame -Cor. Lot. they were running larger size.NEWBOOkS DoIlYourselfSEAMLESS in N. Thompson St. It

Carport-Utll. House-Chain i Come To Aero !Mobile Home InsurancePh.
Link Fence Trees. Near Sell or RentFarnJ.abed CountryWORK Starke 964.6818 FOR RENT Partly furnishedor

Schools Shopping. unfurnished 2 bedroom houseon

$7.500 At The LibraryThe or Unfurnished TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01Llectric. 610 Colley Road. Phone 964-

"- For sale or rent. 5453. Itchg
* Buford Mitchell
books IS PLENTIFUL AND
following new are Phones FLOORING Bradford County Telegraph.FOR NICELY FURNISHED 1 bed-
available at the Bradford County
Beat Inflation Public Library: 964.6853 984-C760 RENT Unfurnished 3 room apartment. N. Walnut St.

600 Acres No Wasteland ADULT FICTIONMy THE PAY IS FINE BR house at Kingsley. Mrs. Fu- Mrs. J. W. Klncald Phone 964-

12 Yr. Planted Pine 2 Number Two Wife WE Quay phone 533-2209. tfchg 7831. tfchg
STARLING FARM SUPPLY MAKE
MI. U. S. Hlway Frontage Rice The Inquisitor's House--
; FOR SALE block
moving new location, off 301 1 WANTED: Used Wrln er-Wuh- Concrete
Somerlott A Mauriac Header Needed North Florida's Most
$400 Acre 29r/: Down. ; By
Must house; 3 bedroom I bath, central -
Maurias Richer Than All His N. behind Tastee-Freeae. er. Will pay cash or take In
* Tribe; Monsarrat; The Sleepof Reduce Stock Buy now '*ixl KEYS Aggressive Aircraft Rework Facility trade on anything. DAHMER'S, heat & alr- nd1tlon1ng. Corner
lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg
save. 3tehg 2-30
Reason-- Snow; The Golden 964-7923. tf-chg
1,000 ACRES CollarCadell Dead Straight-- Aircraft Mechs
; Experienced FOR SALE Coastal Bermuda
o nTh e Wlthlocoocha Mackenzie; The Fairacre Festival TRAILER LOTS MEN WANTED Laundry WILL BUY: Used Appliances hay. Mark Moody phone 496-

River 900 A. In Planted -- Miss Read; The Good LAKE ACCESS worker, Kitchen aids laborers Furniture TV's Stereos anything 4265 Lake Butler. Itp
Pine. 7. 9. and 10 yr. Old. Deed--Buck; The Long March- cottage parents watchman And Sheet Metal Workers, Plus of value. DAHMER'S,

$310 Acre TermsConcrete Styron; ; Softly Roars The Lion- $15 Down $15 Month cooks and clerk, ground- COLEMAN 55.000 BTU space

Ellis; PhineasKnowles.. Lake Lots $2500 Up keeper, truck: driver. Five Painters and Aircraft WashersBUT The Rancher heater $45. Excellent working
* *
ADULT NONFICTIONA -Investment Properti .- day week, eight hour day condition. Drum and stand op.

Block Girl's Guide to Dating and S. E. McKAY sick State leave.retirement If Interested vacation please DON'T DISMAYWe Inc.Western. I tional. Ph. 782-3793. Itchg

2 B-R Home nice k>f, Going Steady-- McGinnis; Silks, Realtor-Appraiser apply In person Personnel Wear SUSAN: I want to tell the ''World
Need Also
I .
and Inexperienced Help this St. Valentine's I
)) near school and shopping. Spices Empire--Lattimore; Manager. Sunland Training on Day.

Sacrifice, $6.000. $600 Thirteen Days--Kennedy; Black Keystone Hts. 473-4816 : Center, Oilnesvllle: Fla. We train you to work for us as an aircraft mech or sheet Boots give to you my life my soul
Families in White America-- love .
forever and always.JOHN
my -
down. An equal metal worker. EARN while learn
opportunity employer. you at Aero. Come
Billingsley; Close Your Eyes Guns ItP
.
I * When Praying- Hudson; The FOR RENT: TV sets baby where the opportunity is. Call us collect.

Village Blacksmith--Watson; So beds elec. guitars amplifiers tfchg CALL PERSONNEL OFFICE S 1 Livestock WOODMEN Of The World -

FOR THESE AND You Want To Go Back To Work refrigerators: day or week. DA.IIMER'S. SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng I Opportunity unlimited offeredto
OTHER GOOD BUYS Scofield The American AERO CORPORATIONLAKE Starke area. Guaranteed income
Emplre-
; 9647923. tf-Chg Machines for sale elec Supplies
CALL Rlencourt; Of Diamonds And I tries; subtraction credit bal above average. Call

Diplomats Baldrtee: Yr>nno,> EZERASE TYPEWRITER ance. Bradford County Tele. I CITY, FLORIDA 752-7911 0 Saddlery6th Gainesville Collect 372-5821.
BILL POWELLREAL Man Vletman--Coe; The Gen- Rraph. tf Jim Arnold. 4tp 3-6
PAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond Street
erous Years--Huntley; Never Or Contact Your Nearest State Employment Office.
ESTATE Again--Parmet & Hecht; Instant Psper. Notebook Fillers. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE I Near Livestock, Market WANT TO place my excellent

Phone 961-6464 Replay--Kramer; Blue Junlata-- Bradford tunty: Telegraph. ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom Gainesville 376-4595 maid. Phone 533-2255 or see

Cowley; The Birth of The Nation- 2 bath. Located Just Ruth Williams. 915 Pine. Itchg
SchleslTigera. INCOME TAX SERVICE outside of city limits In IN TOWN OUT OF TOWN HOUSE For Sale 3 bedroom.
Short Forms $5 and up. Town I HOUSE For Sale 7 room FOR SALE Pure bred Duroc
Plnebreeze Easy monthl Two bad com frame home partly i bath llvrg; room dining room i
Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. frame: 1 acre lot Forsytr Road, Pigs 3 months old; 2 bores. 3
furnished close in and kitchen
very carport built In dish-
terms.
Longchamp Coist Co.
AT AUCTIONGOING Starke. tfchg < Needs finishing Inside: has well gilts. 100 lbs. each. William Par-
Contact Btfoid Mitchell well built and arranged. Listing washer. Phone J. R. Simpson
I septic tank. 5000. only $200 rish. Maxvllle Fla. Hwy. 218.
pone 964-0853 P (t. :Box price $7,500.00. 9646610. tfchg
FOR RENT Furnished 3 bed- down. Phone 372-2840 Gaines Phone 289-4901 Lip
OUT OF BUSINESS house. Phone 964-5884. 33 Rtarkf tf..h.' ville. 2t 2-13
room Pour bd room frame home FOR RENT: Just outside city
570 W. Call St. tfchg I POSTED SIGNS: Treated to limits on Hwy. 16. 12 wide. 2 HELP WANTED Matune.
SATURDAY FEB. 22nd paved street very complete BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- .nettled lady to care for two
withstand weather- 20c each Close In. We are glad to show bedrom extra nice trailers. J.
Telegraph.
ApplyIn fills. Bradford County children In home
f 10 A.M. TILL DARK WANTED person -To-Rena Handy Motel man.! tfchg $2.25 quantities.doz. Special price on larger -' this ore.: A real: bargain:! at B. White. 9646114. ttcrg Vtonday-Frlday.young Pleasant my work.
Bradford
County
LAKE CITY FLORIDA $12.600.00. EUNICE NURSERY ng conditions. with paid vaca.i -
Telegraph. tf GOOD CARE of your little onesIn
SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, Pansy, petunia, and blueberry tion. Call 964-7035 after 5 P,m.
THOMPKINS TRUCK STOP RESTAURANT oiled and adjusted In your Two bed room frame house plants. Pecan pear and plum my home 5 days wk. Reasonable i during week or any time during
cleaner repairs partly furnished. out of Town rates. Phone 4311428. :
home 13.00. Vacuum WANT trees. Ornamental .shrubs. 2 weekend. Itp
SECURITY
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS also. All work guaranteed. Listing! price $7OJ0.00.: miles N. Lawtey on 301 turn Itch?
HWY 41 1 Mill 10RTH OF UK CITY Phone 431- STEADY INCOME? FOR SALE Boy's 3 speed
Dennis E. Cogglns. at sign.!
Phone
Growing 782-3465. tfchg FOR SALE 2 ponies. 3 sows
company needs full NIc! I rtiady lots in Well English bicycle Borg-Warner
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City. ;
Property of James Thompkms ..!ling because: to take over 1428. tfcn 1 male. IS pigs. Phone 9646433.2t .
aged father' Transfer Business and (arm. Information<< Phone time year round. dairy pro. drained paved streets. The priceIs 1500 BALES Fertilized Bahla. 8 track stereo tape player for
owner lake City, 7S -OJB7 ducts salesmen for established very reasonable. Hay for sale near Orlando. Fla. 2-13 auto. 10 tapes and carryingcase.

Real eitale and building plus complete shop equipment off.r.d routes. Company has been 90c per bale at barn. Call 644- ADDING TIACHTNGSi Manual Call 964-5568. Up
separate including 3 modern wrackert and appro. 3OO mn iller serving Bay
Browne area for 60
years A. J. Thomas Realtor. Tel. 964- 8136 Winter Park. 843-2356
tool, shop equipment offered Alto complete' rettaurantequipment. or or electric. For sale at
with quality dairy products. FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer
5701 Orlando. _
It No collect calls. rent. Add, subtract credit bal
500 Feet U.S. Hwy 41 frontage. Two weeks training program. Howard T. Powell, Box 133. WInter ance.- Bradford County TeUcranh lime and dolemite. Clean out
Excellent pay for hard work- FOR SALE Nice home. 3 and spreading service. We de-
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Divided -- 1IJIII!!! !! ( Park. Fla. 3tp 2-20 : ,
Buy truck .
ttop-reitaurant. er extra footage and acre ing man. Company benefits: bedrcom. 2 bath and floor fur liver. W. A. Prevatt 9646816.4tp .
age lurrounding this tract. Big' uied funk car salvaged. ...."'....
on property offered also.' profit sharing paid vacation nace. Large lot. 150x150. Near No. 805 General farm. 60 acres MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. 3-6

A.I Real' Iitate location-ideal' fo< 100 different other uses or Volkswagen life and hospital Insurance. Southslde Elementary. Good fer.c :i. Tobacco:: allotment and 1 ml. from Starke corner SR100
continue weW established truck .busineis and services and flick leave. birn. 18 FOR SALE 1962 Ford CountrySqure
tap neighborhood. Owner will carry Pecan trees outbuild and 100A (Iwestl.) Electricity.
get Thompkins.Great benefit' .el years of promotion put Into development. by Mr. New & Used 1..0). CALL COLLECT: HOOD'SDAIRY mortgage at 6"; Price 9500. ings. Modern 3 bedroom home. water and sewage on the lot. station wagon Air cond.

Service INC.. BRADEN Phone 9646053. Itchg Tractor Included. Ideal for and all power oatin excellent
Lakes. Mobil. Home Sale \WI TON. poul Verron E. Olin. Lawtey. phone -
Buiinets It Manufacturer
Call G. P.
across cor::ditlon. Redmon.
from property Location Only 1 mile. North of Lake City city FLA.. PH. 7464127 OR: HO- try. Only 19690. Terms. 782-3664. tf
limits on Hwy 41. Many advantages. here a smart .buyer 1 MI. North of Tire Mall OD'S MILK. INC.. ST. PETERSBURG No. 773 Nice 3 bedroom cottage. Town Finance Co. 964-7449. Itohg

can see the'Invited art potential' that these investments offer 'Inspection GAINESVILLESEWING FLA.. PH. 525. BAIRD 5 acres located close in. Only FOR SALE 2 bedroom house

.' TERMS: Real' Isate JS% down at Auction Balance on terms 2111 3t 2-8 Mobile Homes 9000.! HELP WANTED: on: 2 city lots Must sacrifice,

ta be arranged.Equipment .- STROUT REALTY being transferred. $3300. Terms.

: Cash or Good check sale. day. 'REDUCE: Safe and fast with NEW and USED 2117 N. Temple Ave. SALESMENGOOD 932 Euclid St.. Starke. Itcha-

Declare It a Holiday Attend lig Sale fu.t for orl. free enter MACHINES GoBese tablets It F.-Vap "water' 8-10-12 Wide Starke. Fla.
talnm.at. lunch available coma .hear the famous Russ Barns at Largest selections from whichto pills.Andrews Ph. 964-6609 MAN OVER 40 for FOR VALENTINE Cilia Cute
Me... Auction ...... Dru Good Quality
.n. under Big choose.. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco ?'jppie 7 wks. old. part Dal
AUCTION SIGN ON MOKItTY New Home. & Universal. lot pd 3-27 Reasonably Priced FOR RENT -Furnished apartments short trips surrounding matian. Wormed innoculated.

Phone or write for brochure or REPAIR ALL MAKES. FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick Gainesville 378-2785 good location. Also Starke. Man we want Is 473-4111. mornings. It

Florida's Most Sinter. Uajuldetars map National Sewing home central heat and air con- !'Serviced Guaranteed and house In country. Reasonable. worth up to $16,500 in

ditlon conveniently located Un- Delivered la Starke Area W. H. Nollman. UchgFOR year, plus regular cash bo
GRISSOM-KEMP IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
AUCTION CO. furnished. $100 month. 323 nus. Air mall R. R. Dickerson
Mach ne Co. per NO EXTRA COST SALE C. B., Carport
Julian, Griaaom Registered Real Estate we'U get It for you. Office

Orlando .... 23 t. Magnolia A..... ..... ..,.Broker.". 011 W. University Ave. 37S-1J5J N. Walnut call St.Starke Inquire 964-7753 at premlse US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Utility room. 632 Firewood: Dr. President, Southwestern Supplies. Furniture Bsjulifment.
I or Silver Springs.. .... ..... 21..1S13 Gainesville or or Oalne-vllI 378-2785 $500 down, finance balance Ph. Petroleum Corporation, Bradford County
984-0491. tfchf 43M105 after 5. 4tp 2-13 Fort Worth Texas 76101. Telegraph..

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