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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 20, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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road priority programof

five projects totaling 8.7
Set HereAt appears that changing miles of paving was established -
electric meters to a single
by the County Com
b line per customer under the
J __ mission in a !special session
__ new billing system is goingto Wednesday morning Feb.

a special meeting cost the city "quite a 19.
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Wednesday morning called bit Utility Committee

to open bids school board Chairman Jimmy McRae None of the program set yes-
members took time to dis told the Starke Council Loyrec Lanler president of the Starke-Bradford County terday will be started before

cuss the possibility of hav- Tuesday night. Chamber of Commerce presents Certificate! of Appreciation toBrig. the 1969.70 budget the year State when Road,

col- Gen. HenryV.. McMillan: at luncheon held Wednesday {r. according to
ing a one-year junior Council agreed to hire a private Department, $67,000 In sec-
i4 the Camp Klamling enlisted men's club. At left Is George De-
lege in Bradford County. electrician to change one ondary road funds will become
: resident's Ben Rowland, hometo Lung, president of the Clay Cou..ty: Chamber, who joined In the available to the county. It may
Superintendent Tom Casey: a single meter. Utilities Supt: presentation. even be longer than that by the
and Assistant SuperintendentConnie ?
Oscar! Davis said the fact that time the SRD; purchases right-
Clark told the board Y;1 ; i Rowland has two meters is the To of-way makes surveys and fin-
about the discussions they have Economy
i city's fault.Rowland ally lets bids on the first of the
been with officials of
having Chairman Dave Shuford
said the city two projects,
Santa. Fe Junior College.On Charles Smith most valuable lineman; Bill! Beloie, most valuable bark, aid Robbie cautioned.
in the extra meter
put
years ago
Monday the 21th, the edu- Smith winner of the 19G8-69 Sportsmanship Award, an shown after' receiving their* Davis reported, because it Camp Blanding Adds Project No. 1 lis the Installationof

cators will exchange tentative trophies at the annual Football Banquet last Thursday night. was then cheaper than puttingin signal lights at the New.; River -
position papers outlining their one large meter. The council railroad crossing at an estimated -
respective thoughts on the mat- A delegation
cost of $12,000. -
made clear, however, It was
ter. In about two weeks the educators authorizing the private contractor of about 12 persons from
will get together for a Annual in this one instance. $2.3 Million A YearNational the Brooker and New' River! area
discussion. of the matter and Banquet Future cases will be judgedon appeared at the meeting Wed-
school board members Indicated and
their own merits Chairman nesday to request the lights
that they will attend the meet- Commissioner Russell
Orje Wiggins said. Guard programs In facts concerning the 72,000-acre( former
ing which will be held InStarlce.
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Davis said there are other Starke and Camp handing con- Florida National.; Guard reserva- Green presented signatures
such, cases in town, perhaps aa tribute some $2,300,000 annuallyto tion were disclosed by Brig. which the Commission put on
Casey and Clark told the Honors GriddersTackle many as 50, where the city hada the economy of this area. Gen. Henry W. McMillan, The flic.
board that they are considering pand in Installing extra met This and many other significant Adjutant General at a Wednes- No. 2 Is the Pleasant Grove
offering all the basic courses a ers;!, Cost of the Rowland workis --. -- -. .--- -.--- day luncheon briefing for civic road, 1.3 miles long, northwestof
freshman would need and that estimated around $400. clubs and chambers of commerce Starke running between SR-
this would involve about 10 or Davis recommended hiring !In the area. More than 120:! per- 16 and the Brownlee Road.
Legislative
12 full time teachers and about Charles Smith and played where he was needed conformity.: He used a topic near the private contractor to makes sons, representing leadershipfrom No. :3 is the Peach Crawford

150 students. Quarterback Bill Belote two most and did a fine Job. to the iheart .of many teenagers, the correction in Rowland'scase. Starke, Keystone Heights, Road, 3.8 miles; long, which runs
The board and officials stalwarts who played their final Speaking to packed BHS cafe- the length of their hair, as an "I don't know that we Green Cove Springs, and Orange from SK- 16 at Ilcllbronn Springs
agreed that they first must ,game for Bradford High in 1968. teria crowd of the Quarterback example. Coaohas dqn'it, like should go on private property" Hearing Set Park attended the luncheon in the and exits onSR 223:!:>near the Leon
know how many students took major honors banded out Club members and parents of players lesshen they have the superintendent. told the Camp Blanding Enlisted Men's Starling place.

(adults as well as those ju&t out by their coaches at the annual pla'ersand cheerleaders. Hurse long hair, Horse said, but require Council, "IX we da it now"well Club. ,No. 4 Is:: the Laura Church
of high school) would be interested Tornado Football Banquet said: It to be cut short because be expected to keep doing It." Friday 4 P.M.Bradford With the assistance of color Road 2.6 miles long, which runs
in attending such a Thursday night, Feb. 13. "Out of 800-000
school. Casey said that he Smith 220-pound( offensive and through the hurricane. during the plans to conduct a survey and defensive tackle, 'was named; Bollea game, 95 per cent are in the team to put forth. the effort tike( the city may be legally County's legislative Camp Blanding, which he described Church and then to SR-16
said It would be helpful if Interested Most. Valuable' Lineman of the this .room now. You're our supporters accessary. liable for work done past the hearing will be held at 4 p.m as the main trainingsite just east of Ilarley's Garage.
persons would contact Ted 7-3 BHS team of 1968. Belote. ; and we appreciate It.". A good football team is mad meter. Friday, Feb 21, in the court- and fountain head of supply No. 5 is the extension: of Bes-
Oglesby at the Vo-Tech Center. BHS quarterback and ace defensive Bradford coaches, nurse' said BO by teamwork, Hurse said. room. and logistical support for the sent Road, east of Starke, from
Aa far as cost to the Bradford back, received the Most felt they took an average groupof There Is no room for individuals.- McRae wanted to know If The county's legislative deleg- 51 units of Florida's National where the paving ends about one

County School system It wouldbe Valuable Back trophy. As co- boys and built them into an Mature ;persons, tie said realize combined meter readings could ation, Rep. Gene Shaw, Rep. Guard. mile to SK-230. A leg will

responsible only for providing captains the two departing. BHS above average football team in /they have to conform to itha not be taken and put into the Ralph Tyre and Sen. Bob Saun- /He said that all "back-up maln- also leave Bessent Road and go
housing for the classes. One srldders received red blanquets 1968. Coaches felt the worse the seeds of the team. City's: new billing: machine. City ders, will be present. According tenance" for the Guard units, to the Pincbrteze Subdivlson.
of the possibilities mentioned emblazened With a huge grey Tornadoes would do last year Featured speaker for the event Clerk Merrill Edwards and to Shaw, no local legislation con- as well as for STRIKE Commandat The program was established
was moving part ((12 class- and red 'B.' was a 7.3 record, the one they was (Dan HennLng, backfield Councilman Neil Tucker argued cerning Bradford County will be MacDill Field Tampa, is as a five year projection upon
rooms) of RJE to the educational compiled. It was considered before coach -at Florida State University that it is impossible in the newmachlne introduced !In the legislature unless performed in the Camn Hianrf- request of the SHU. In the next
park. Casey said that Informal A third major trophy tne an- the season, the Head Tor. at Tallahassee. Henning is while Councilman Mc- it has first been presentedat ing maintenance shops. five years through the 1973-74
discussions with movers nual Sportsmanship Award, was Rae and P. T. Noun argued It the public hearing. $50,000 build a mile of see-
nado said that: with "a few 1\10\ native of New York City, play Blanding will see expanded use
have revealed that this would given to Tornado center RobbY breaks" the record could be ed Quarterback at William andMary could be done. Items expected to be presented this summer when Florida Guardsmen by Road Foreman R. E. Jones
cost about $45,000. Smith who overcame a bad leg Tucker and the cleric pointedout are requests for $3,000 a MID( according to unnofflcal Information -
train
82, and "if we were real 'lucky College, and played pro here Instead of
Casey pointed out that once a break to !have a fine 1968 season. all the four years with the. such readings would be fic"Utious year raises for five county off- Fort Stewart, Ga. received by Clerk Cha-
could
way. football
one-year college Is started The award Is given each year -we Outstanding go points of the 1963 San Diego Chargers of !the \; and would not serve the'' 'iclals home rule, dogs running Gen. McMillan: said that the rles Darby from the SRD dis-

here, it would be relatively ,by Dr. Calvin J. Houpt, now of edition! of the Tornadoes 'were American Football League. purpose for which the city puif- loose In the county, and the fly ADA (Air Defense ,Artillery) trict office In Lake City;
simple and inexpensive to go to Tampa, and be was present :to coachedthe chased the new machine. Re- problem.The training program will also be Secondary road monies projected -
\ last
self dI.pUne.IHurae season
and : Henning
a two-year junior college lead- present Smith the trophy.In leadership touchdown duo of cords should be kept for each County Commissionershave transferred from Fort Stewartto to accrue to the county
Ing to an Associate of Arts degree said. seminoles and separate meter Tucker said. indicated that they will be Blanding and construction of from the fifth, sixth seventh cent
(college .transfer) and to describing the most valuable The Tornado coach also spoke quarterback Bill Cappleman present to learn more about home new for this !is gas tax Is: 1969-70 $67,000;
to his players at length about Continued Four) (Continued on Page Six) rule. ranges purpose 1971.72$105,
Associate of Science degree lineman. Smith, coach Mike ( on Page. ._ already in progress. Three Art- 1970-71, $94OOU;
-- ----- -- --- -- -- --- - -- ------------- --- --- -------= 1973-74
Casey and Clark stressed that Sexton said "He' the kind of illery battalions from South 000 1972-73, $220,000;

they are simply discussing the boy who gets the job done." Bryan's Motion FailsChamber Carolina Alabama, and Florida $212,000. The big jump between
matter with Santa Fe officials "Dependable." 'was' the label -- will train this summerat 71-72 and 72-73 Is becuase someof
and that Bradford County has ,given Belote &y (Head Coach Blanding which will be the the $1.5 million I in bonds soldto

not as yet committed itself la David Huree, "Nat only on the only ADA training site east ofthe finance the right-of-way pur-
anyway. football field but In the class- Mississippi (liver chase for L'S-301( north and south

They have two major reasons room. He had as much self discipline Funding OkayedA Estimated Income at Blanding will be retired, according to

for considering the proposal: as he needed to make for the fiscal year 196970Is Clerk Darby

((1)) Of 67 counties In the state. {himself do what 'he knew neededto $245.240 Gen. McMillan: said, The county presently has that
Bradford County ranks 67th In be done" At quarterback with $130,700 coming from the
motion to retain in the bond issue and the $500,000 just
the per centage of students going Belote 'was not :playing the posl- county treasury funds which have extensively Wednesday. money away from the Chamber," Citrus Commission as an ex- DuPont mining lease, $110,000 borrowed to build the Brooker
on to college level courses: iti/6n/) best suited to him. Huree been going to the StarkeBradford Commissioner Hamilton, after Commissioner Norman; said"All ample. from the forestry operation, and hydrocarbons road (&&RS-235)
((2)) It would save time and said, adding that (Beloteknows Chamber of Commerce Bryan made his motion, asked if I want Is to do it the way the Shaw said Yawn's opinion to the $4,540 from miscellaneous sour- against future sec-
and
outstanding
money for those who are presently it.But. the coach said. Belote that the Bradford County Hospital, law says." Norman said he want- Board contained personal op / road monies, accordingto
require body to submit bills ondary
the Fair Assocaiton, Bradford ed that made ces.An
attending Santa Fe Junior "perfectly clear. inions. Gist of Yawn's statement -
for payment was killed in a 3-2 agreement has just been Darby.
College because the 60 some County Development Authority, There are probably 10,000 pri- Shaw said is that the
vote on the County CommissionIn reached with the U. S. Engin- Only secondary road funds now
mile; round trip to Gainesville Three Cases a special session Wednesday. and county financed ambulance vate agencies in Florida which county Is authorized to give the eers permitting the use of all available to the county Is the
would be eliminated.If service do not fall in the same receive funds from the state in Chamber funds under the 1959
Commissioner Ralph Bryan income for maintenance of facilities $180,000 slated to pave the San-
officials decide to go Go To TrialIn made the motion and Commiss- position"It as funds to the Chamber? the same manner as the Cham- special act.Brynn at Blanding. Heretofore, ta Fe Lake Road Bids on that
seems to be ber
does
going around
ahead with the proposal some ioner J. M. (Buck) Norman sec- that stand is Shaw from the county, Rep. asked if Shaw thought a portion of the income revertedto project, in the mill for the past
my to take the said
Four) giving the Florida he wanted to cut off the funds. the Federal will be let next
(Continued on Page CourtWith onded it. But CommissionersZedra government. three years,
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Hamilton, Mrs. Jessie "Yes, if you gobyJudgyYawn's Gen. McMillan: said that the Thursday, Feb. 27. Estimatedcost
Chastain, and Chairman Dave opinion" the legislator stated. Florida Armory Board property of the Santa Fe Lake Road
The CommunityState 18 cases scheduled for Shuford voted no. Brooker Is Shaw said he does not disputethe includes 30,000 acres originally is 175000.

Bank trial during the first two and "a" The vote leaves the controversyabout UpheldIn principle of public funds going purchased by the board for
to a private organization Clerk Darby predicts that the
.half of whether the Chamber can training site when old Camp Fos-
days this term of countyjudge's '
receive but said the 59 special act gives sold 8.7. miles of construction the
Jacksonville ,
lump was
sums from the ter near
court, only three actually
And TheFlorida
the Commission All the authority Commission set Wednesday will
public board for and an additlnal 42,000 acres deeded -
expenditure to
went before 'a Jury. the needs" in Chamber's than exhause the $698,000
county more
promote and advertise the county McDavid SuitThe to the Armory Board by
In
two the
Bankat oases defendantswere
case. slated for the county in the next
where it was before the pro- an act of Congress after World
Starke intoxicated.charged with driving while cedure was challenged by Comm Yawn said It !is an "elemen- War n In order to keep the five years to build secondaryroads.
The first one. tried issioner Bryan Feb. 3 In a meeting tary principle of law" that pub- Blanding reservation intact. .
Will Not Be Open (Monday afternoon In which with chamber officers. First District Court or Prior to that time no city taxes lic funds cannot be given to a lie said that 6,590 Guardsmenwill SRI estimates It now costs
Lena Belle Hammon O'Nell wu Appeals in Tallahassee, has upheld were levied on the land, which! private agency. It might well participate In summer encampments $50,000 to build a miles of sec-
For Business the defendant resulted in a ml!. The Chamber has been receiv- ,the Town of Brooker in its was Incorporated into the city. be found, if the question Is researched at Blanding this year, ondary road Darby says. A
trial and will come up again In ing $6,000 annually from the defense of a suit brought by on Feb 9, 1952. that the Fair Ass- while another 5,850 will engagein box culvert costs $15,000 and a
Sat., Feb. 22 the/ next trial term. Commission since 1959 under a A. F. McDavid who petitionedthe In his ruling. Judge Patten ociation and Bradford Hospital weekend training for a total piling bridge runs $350 per run-

John Henry Gentry pled Ws special act of the Florida Leg- circuit court on April 7, pointed out that the land was Board are public bodies. Yawn of 158,941 man days of train- ning foot.
Washington'sBirthday case before the six members of islature under which the board 1967 to have a 40-acre tract of purchased by McDavid afterIt said in answer to a questionby ing during 1969.A .
the Jury an Tuesday morning. "may make grants of money tothe land in/ the southwest corner of has been incorporated Into Commissioner Jessie Chas- total of $2,301,817 Is disbursed Just the paving for the five
(He was found guilty and fined Starke-Bradford Chamber of the city excluded from the cor- the city limits and that the taln. annually by the National projects will cost $435,000 at
$250 or 90 days In JaU and had Commerce for advertising and porate limits of the town. :plaintiff either knew 'this: or Crux of the whole matter, Yawn Guard for actlvites in this present estimates and the culverts -
A Legal Holidayin Ills license revolted for one year. promotional purposes within the On April 26, 1968 Circuit should have known It before said, is that public funds go to locality Including summer and bridges on the four

Florida The third case, in which Mar. of county Bradford to publicize the advantages Judge 0. L. Patten denied the making the purchase.. The judge a private body. Yawn, answer- field training, and maintenance roads planned will make them
ion Thornton County as a locationfor ing Chairman Shuford's question and the Starke exceed the funds expected, he
was charged with business petition and the plaintiff, noted that the protest against hop payroll,
This Space Contributed (petit larceny, was topped, after and homes.industry" agriculture through his son attorney Terry; corporation of the land was said that county financed ambul- unit, Gen. McMillan: said. said.The
Weekly to Publicize the first witness (testified, when McDavid, appealed the decision. not lodged until 13 years after ance service is an entirely dif- At the close of the programa five protects aecs7toi t< : by
Community Events by Prosecuting. Attorney Gene Shaw To substantiate such expenDitures The appellate court upheld Judge It, had been accomplished. ferent matter. That is author- Chamber of Commerce framed the Board were all suggestedby
entered a "holle prosequl' the Chamber,; has been Patten's verdict last January Judge Patten also observedthat ized under a general act of the certificate was presented to Road Foreman R, E. Jonesas
The CommunityState (which means that he did not submitting the Commission a 15. municipal benefits are a- Legislature and does not apply Gen. McMillan "in recongnitionand the ones now costing the countythe
want to continue .the prosecution copy of its annual audit. In his suit McDavid contended vailable to the plaintiff if he just to Bradford County he said grateful appreciation of most to maintain. Chairman
Bank / ). A lengthy discussion precededthe that he received no municipal see fit to make use of them. giving the county authority to your loyal and highly eft!cent Dave Shuford stopped board
In five of the eases, the defendants vote on the motion. County benefits at the property in Brooker Mayor M. O. HarreU contract with a private agency. leadership and support affectingthe members from suggesting pro-
Accounts now insuredup changedtheir/ pleas Attorney T. A. Yawn whose op- question and therefore should and City Clerk Tommy Cox "No; one objects to themthe development and progress ofthe jects at random, suggesting it
to $15,000 by from not guilty to guilty Claude inion on the matter said the spec- not be required to pay city. testified at the bearing before Chamber" ) accounting for the Florida" National Guard pro- would be better to let the road
ial law under which Commissionhas money Shuford said, "The gram.
Starling was sentenced to 30 taxes oo ft.Brooker Judge Patten foreman name the roads that
Federal Deposit Insurance days for driving while his 11- acted might be proven un- levied taxes amount George Pierce, Brooker city point is what constitues" adver- Guests were invited to take bus need paving the worst. The

Corp. (Continued on Page Four) constitutional If challenged, and log to $213 per yard on the property attorney represented UP city: tising and what doesn't. tours of the reservation after board agreed with 1 the chair-
Rep. Gene Shaw participated In 1966 in againln 1967. la the litigation. (Continued on Page Four) the luncheon. man.Juli .


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Wedding Party Mrs. E. C. Long and Mrs.J. B. Jordan head of Orna r T IhIJi'Yt
WOMEN M. Edwards Jr. entertainedat mental Horticulture at .Florida 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waters a kitchen shower at the homeof State Prison, was speaker at -the
of Lawtey were hosts at a din- the former on Raiford Road tarke Woman's Club. on Wednesday
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ner party Tuesday night of last Thursday night Feb.13. honoring afternoon of last week. '
*>Glady Mooty: Phone 964-7O8.--' week for their son Wilbur, and Miss Kay Colson.A ,
Mr. Jordan told of the methods x
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Miss Linda Kay
his fiancee red and qhlte Valentine motif -
Mrs. StanwixHayIs Madison Streef Colson preceding the young was carried out In the party used under his supervision; In
couple's wedding rehearsal.The decorations. The refreshment Reaching horticulture and laodji

Honor Guest Voting PeopleEntertained dinner was held In the table was covered with a white soaping to the Inmates. "The way some Sunday
First Baptist educational build- lace cloth and centered with an During the business. meeting drivers drive they should be
At Bridal Shower ing where the 30 guests were arrangement of red carnationsand plans were discussed for the tur. .
church.
seated at a Ushaped table. white pompoms. Mrs. Mark key dinner which will be sponsor. in

Mrs. Raymond Stanwlx. -U 1. Young Married Adults of the At the head table was an arrangement Moody sister of the honoree ed by club members on March

Ute former Peggy Shanbarger.. :Madison! Street :Baptist Church of white pompoms and P presided at the punch bowl. 6 from 11:30: to 2 p.m. and 'win
WM honored at a miscellaneous entertained the senior adults gladlolo. Down the length of the Games were played by the 20 be open to the public as* moneymaking SMILE

bridal shower Saturday night. with
Feb S, given by Mrs. Bud Rosier / day night. Feb. 14, In the education clusters of pink azaleas. 7:30 to 9 o'clock, and prizes OF THE WEEK

and MiM Emily Johns at the ,.. al building where First Christian Church fellowship theme was carried out in decor. honored couple their parents The hostesses presented the mim
hall In Starke. .attons. Ii'( and members of the wedding honoree with an electric toaster s-I NOWT whArS
t party. The bride- to-be and as a memento of the occ- THIS FEAR
Games were played during the The,hallway to the banquet '!I !! ABOU You NoMYWIF
evening, and prizes won by Mrs. depicted pathway to the groom to be presented per- asion. [.
room
Herbert Norman and Mrs. Char. arden by being decorated with sonal gifts to their attendants Bradford County Hospital announces r'a
the evening. Masonic Dinner
I Ii Iw during
] The gift table was rovered1 birds in the branches, rocks Register Mrs. Robert Set For, Feb. 22A
Betty Edward
'W'1tha: gold linen cloth centered lizards hanging baskets of Mr. and Mrs. Brady
with Barksdale, and Mrs.George Rob- Is set for daughter,Bre- ,
with a sprig of orange bio- lowers, oriental fans and on Masonic dinner McLeod Starke,
erts Sr.Starke. Feb. 22, at 6:30 p.m. Marlene. Feb. 14.
Saturday nda
some a yellow candle, and a ; .the walls .were cupids and
email book telling: the legend heart A bridge at the end of at Bradford Lodge No. 35 for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Work-

of the orange blossom. Tin refreshment the hall led into the banquet MYF county masons and families and man Jr., Starke a daughter
table :was covered room, which was< decorated Host At Banqueti v members of the Eastern Star Susie Beatrice Feb. 16.

with a lace cloth over gold linen along. the same theme. At one # and their families. .
and was centered. with an arrangement end of the room ws an archway i For SubDistrictThe Rep. Gene Shaw will speakto
of bronze and yellow --decorated with Ivy and A the group at 7:30 p.m. Sat- Expert Tree SurgeryEvery

mums. Mrs. Larry Robinson assisted ) plum and redbud boughs, where MYF of the First United urday on Americanism.The .
dinner will be sponsoredby
with serving. i entertainers :performed. Methodist Church was host to EXOTIC-An elegant look on CavityRapoirP
the SPECIAL
I Sub-District An- Bradford Lodge No. 35, Law- sty .
the Wesleyan
The hostesses presented the The dining tables covered the resort scene is this long, and Balford
No. 189,
tey Lodge _
nual Banquet on February 17, Pruning
honoree with two pieces of crystal with .white clothe were centered lean design sculptured from
No. 82. THUR. THRU WED.
In her chosen pattern .asa r with camellias, narcissi and In the Fellowship Hall. Young green, black orange and white Lodge"The Worshipful Masters Invite .Da-Moiling
I people from throughout the Sub- floral-printed cotton. Styled
&
memento of the occasion umbrellas. Bracing
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miniature Chinese District attended this meeting with deep decolletage, the all of the Eastern Star and BARBECUECHICKEN
i The servers were costumed la which Is a highlight of the year. long sleeved gown is nipped In their families" according to 1 ; t Cabling
House Held ; Oriental attire. Churches represented were Lake at the waist with a tie belt Publicity Chairman A. F. Gar- Transplanting
Open I I Mrs. Ervin Andrews was :mistress Butler Wesley Memorial of Lake and edged in luxurious gold ner, Senior Warden. Tree Feeding
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braid. From Oscar de la
,seated
In St. Mark'sRectory of ceremony and City, Lawtey Pine Grove, and Renta's boutique collection. :: Tr..Removal One Half
her at the head table was I.
with Columbia Circuit In addition to GriffisSnyderEngagement Lot
Sunday RECENT BRIDE Gerald Williams who was em- Starke. Clearing $1.00
Gri ffisCruceWedding
Mrs. Ronald William Noegel. cee. Also at the head ,table were Guest speaker was the Rev. ToldMr. ::; Stump
The Rev. and Mrs. J. Thomas the former Miss Barbara Lee Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bedding.Mr. Jack Downey Pastor of the Un- SaturdayCarol : :: Grinding.
Staab entertained at "open: Austin of Seattle Wash., whose ( Redding showed a film on iversity Church In Gainesville and Mrs. Leonard Griffis Winch Truck Save SOe
house" Sunday afternoon for the marriage was an event of Jan- "Unity through Love. who spoke to the Youth of facingthe Darlene Griffis daughter Sr. :announce the engagement Facihlita '
parishioners of St. Mark's Epis uary 18 In St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Jerry Gay provided piano challenges of today. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grlffls. .Pd approaching marriage of Job

copal Church. Church Starke. selections during the banquet and William Eddie Cruce. son of their daughter, Diane, to Terry COMPLETELY INSUREDSATISFACTION TUCK'Sfir
The rectory at 135 N. Church and was followed by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce will Snyder son of Mr and Mrs. William GUARANTEED

Street was :attractive for the Charles Blalock and Mrs. Denton Mrs. Dwayne Alday be united In marriage Saturday C. Lovell. PAYMENT AVAILABLE! / DRIVE-IN

occasion with arrangements of DKG Meeting Sumrall, who song a duet. evening: / at 7:30: o'clock at the The wedding will .take place TREe BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS
camellia and azale s. Held In Bradford Climaxing. 'the program Rev. Is HonoredAt home of Mr. and Mrs. Griffle at February 28 at 7:30: p.m. In SAPP'SSU CHICKEN

The refreshment table in the and Mrs. SumraU gave a skit Stork ShowerMrs. Lawtey. Calvary Baptist Church, Starke. NS CURB SERVICETHURFRISAT
u.s.301 SOUTH
dinning room was covered with Middle School All friends and relatives are
"love Through toe Ages. All friends .n imported embroidered cloth Dwayne Alday was honored Invited to attend. invited to attend. .
and centered with a silver punchbowl Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta -night :at the at a stork shower Monday
encircled with pink azaleas. Xappa Gamma :Internationalhonor Also on Street Friday Baptist Church) night In the First Christian Church -:

Presiding at the punch bowl society for women edu Madison Intermediate and YounsPeople's fellowship given by Mrs. )
and assisting toi serving were cators, met at 7:30: pjn. Friday. the given a Charles Reese, Mrs. Ed Pre- SAYE AT /
classes were (
Mrs. William Carter. Mrs. C. Feb. 14, In the Bradford Middle vatt, Mrs. Charles Zlpperer
in the
A.( Vtitcft." Mrs. Pete Novak and School. Sweetheart Banquet: Mrs. Edwin Williams and Mrs.
to the
adjacent
)(.ra. Kenneth Grader.Approximately The program. "The Step Be- white house Willard Wynn.
50 guests called yond." was under the direction church, given by the] senior The gift table was centered I -p.

during the appointed hours of the Personal Growth, and adults. with a pink floral arrangement.The DEPAAIMENI S10RES
Their! party carried out tote: refreshment table overlaid
three to five o'clock. Service committee. "Sharing
Creative Values" was In end blue bunting over the win tered with a punch bowl encir-
of art work
form of a display
Rush Party Set needlecraft and floral arrangements dows and hanging to the floor. cUed with fern and sweet peas.
The dining tables were This flanked by three-branch
members.Mrs. covet was
created by the
'
By SororityMembers four ed with pink clothes and center.. silver candelabra with pink ta-
Evelyn Haney gave
ed with pink dogwood. Pink dog. pers.
of Beta Sigma Phi "stick drawings" that were
wood trees were also placed at Games were played by the 20
sorority will hold their annual were. used as door prizes. the and awarded.
vantage points throughout guests prizes '* -SALE OF FAMOUS
Rush Party at.7 p.m. Monday... The refreshment table was overlaid :ball. At one end .wes an archway' The hostesses presented; the
Feb. 24. at the Bradford County with a white linen cloth covered with white satin and honoree with a baby carrier as.,
'
Fairgrounds. A western theme and centered with an arrange- decorated with ivy. a memento of the occasion.' BRAND APPLIANCESClairol
win be used and there will be ment of red and white camellias.The served r.-
A;W. Gaylord as master
Valentine motif was carried
hamburger fry.
a
dressed as
ceremonies
of
out. in the meeting rooms. Birthday Party
.
Washington. Mrs. Gaylord I
George
The president Mrs. Edna And
Kevin
For
Hart conducted the ,business was dressed as Martha: Y
Washington. Also at the head x
meeting and Mrs. Mona Canova Mary Anne MillerMrs. Kindness
and Mrs. C. E.
.. fait led group singing.Refreshments table were Mr.
were served by Scott and Mr. aDd Mrs. Ralph John M. Miller entertain.-

IJtw members: from Bradford county: Dizgs. ed at the E. L. Matthews home 20 Hair Setter
Mrs. Helen Johns, Mrs. Marilyn; During the program a. George Wednesday afternoon with a

Roberts. Mrs. Mona. CanoTa. Washington skit was presented. birthday party for her son. Kevin .

Mrs. Tommie NoUn Mrs. Adele and Mr. Diggs concluded the who was seven years old,

BY :Mitchell. Mrs. Muriel\ Norman, program wlt.ba short telL: and ]her daughter, Mary \Anne -

NANCY'S FLOWERSVERBENA Mrs. Cleo Andrews, Mrs. Lucile who WAS six.
TilE Payne. Miss Della Rosenberg, Sweetheart A clown theme was used In the !$27.99$1988value

(Mrs. Evelyn Haney and. Mrs. Given party decorations. Punch was
OLD FAVORITE! Banquet
:Hart. served from a table on the lawn '
The lovely garden flower call. Members from :Baker, Brad. For Young People and .the refreshment table In
'
ed Verbena is a favorite with ford and Union counties attend the dining room held two .birthday Do your hair in minutes with 20 preheated
most everyone. Did you know In Members of the Young People's cakes, each decorated with rollers Roll up and brush out with no water

I tropical; countries and Intermediate Sunday School clowns. Favors were whistles Clairol or lotions. The quick, new way to set your
I some species of ed.Beta classes of the First Baptist and dolls. : ., hair,
!
Verbena grow as Sigma Phi Church were entertained at a The 17 youngsters 'attending + ti I
I large "as trees. Names .SweetheartMrs. Sweetheart Banquet last Friday were classmate from Kevin'sfirst
This Is likely due night in the educational building.The grade class at Southslde c" -
1 to the growth 6 TRANSISTOR AM-FM BATTERY
Stephen E. Simmons Jr. Valentine motif was car- :Elementary and Mary Anne'3
j that will continue ried out in decorating and the kindergarten and neighborhood
class *
this
selected 'Year'aValentine
has been :as
[if not retarded by Sweetheart of Gamma dining tables were centered friends. POCKET RADIO & ELECTRIC RADIO
ntr1 o
cold weather.
with red candles camellias and n.
and direct'ing
Theta Chapter. Beta. Sigma Phi Assisting in serving
Ordinarily the greenery.Don games were Mrs. Bob Fer..
Verbena blooms from June to sorority, served masterof
Hardy as
school In Mrs. E. L. Matthews. $19.95
high guson
Alter attending $4.99097 88.
September, but mild falls and ceremonies and introduced
Germany Mrs. Simmons (Dot) Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton. Miss A |
late winters can keep the plant five young people who presenteda
Mlddleton aDd Mrs.! Bert F
,
InGoldsboro. Madge
school
from high
graduated:
blooming Into December.We comedy skit based on Shake-
don't deal in ordinary flower N. C. and from St. speare's "Othello." Rev. W. A. McGee. value Li JL::' SM slue VV> H BV M

ours have to be special.: Johns River Junior College Hogan gave a short talk and sev- Plug it in or use as a port
Carefully selected for their color Palatka. She Is now employedat eral games were enjoyed duringthe CORRECTION! A little powerhouse complete able. Has 11 transistors.
the Community State Bank.: evening. with case, and battery. AFC tuning
and beauty. Let us supply your The names of Jane Crosby,
flowen. Mr.Simmons Is employed wlt.hBrown Fortytwo young people enjoyed -
grade 12; Judy McConnell. 12.
Refrigeration in Starke. this affair. and Carolyn Brown 11, were
WEST BEND RELIABLE 5% QT.COOKERFRYER .
I. unintentionally left off the list r
of honor roll students from Brad-
ford High School last week. 9-CUP PERC i

'" The Telegraph regrets the er-

It's A Family Mfair ror.All three students compiled

B averages. $7.99 $588 ,,;1 fro wtRr" $12.8857'88value

Our Restaurant is tops for Dining, especially

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from the kitchen and it's nice to have 4 CATHOLIC ChurchesST. Brews coffee automatically Make a complete meal with

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EntreesTwo button. Fabric dial, cord at thumb position.

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Topics Methodist ''i'ilitYlpl';/ ''''i. ( (Il'f. (iJH'( : : {SliIZl) ll l':
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Preaching MissionRev. .
au new : "
CAUT51R-\ WHY OF' COURSE'"
- ZHlok S. Bulllngton. of MV ) t-
Pittman Park United Methodist DOWN AND X. I ITMOU6MT BALDWVNC8ElRDLTOLDS

Mrs. 1*. W. Strickland mil Mrs.: Nathan Home and Mrs. Byron Newcomb of Atlanta Ga. ouch Statesboro. Ga., woo will MIGHT KNOWSHOP YOU / CI I ENe.1u51AS
daughter Olortm. Mrs. Ifcxiald C. C. Teston of Klngsland. Oa. IC
was visiting his parents, Mr. conduct preaching mission at A GOOD REPAIR I
Thornton and Mrs. John Watt, were last .Tuesday overnight and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, over the First United ,Methodist / CUS1OMER5sinus
.on m attended the Shanbarg- gue611'of' Mr.. and Mrs. C. 8. the weekend.Mr. Church>> In Starke. announces ittie -Thu 'BE571 NfNE
erStanwyxHay' wedding and Haddock.& BUSINE55oA
following sermon topics tor the
reception Friday night In the and Mrs. R. E. Firth ;
series to be held Feb. 23-27 at
.
Mrs. Edna Hart and Mr.
Church of Good Shepherd.. and Mr. and Mrs. William Wh- 7:30: [
Edith Christiansen had visitors p.m.Sunday
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Jacksonville. as Ichello flew to West Palm Be- ,
Mrs. Kate Sheppard ot ach and the Bahama Islands, "Put"God a lightin ,/1,
Mrs. S. S. Fields of Tupper Brunswick. Ga. over the week Thursday to Monday.Mr. every 'window. -/h',,.
lake N. Y. Is making an extended end and Mrs. C. W. Beasley ot Monday "When Cod gives S
visit with her mother. Mrs Gainesville. Mrs L. W. Strict and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- up." /, t.MVK IMC

L. F. Smith while Mr. Field latq land of Wildwood. and Mrs. wire visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tuesday "Man at !his best." 4a.04 0 .... ... ....... .............'.... o'. OOO. .
New Orleans on business. George Price of Orange Park Goldwire In Fort Myers last Wednesday "Following Jesus 4 rt 0'001
Mr. Field will return here later on Sunday. week. means moving forward."
In the month. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Howard The closing sermon on Thurt <
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglas: have moved to SaltSprlngs where day will be: "Are& you a Chrta.::! e
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hood of Atlanta. Ga. and Mr. and Mr. Howard has accepted a position tlan?" '. .
visited their son. SK-3 Ricky Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and familyof with Clay Electric. Bible Study win be conducted <.
Hood. aboard the US3 Caolateo Sanford spent the weekend each morning in the church sanctuary .
at Mayport on Sunday.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver of at. 10 a.m. '. .
Green and Mrs. Eollne Williston spent the weekend with
Smith.
: and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Discussion groups following <. .
and family of East Palatka the preaching service each evenIng -
were visiting !Mrs. H. M. Rich'. Mrs.her home J. A.In Killian Wa 4eesvllle returnedto ; K.C. Mrs. H. H. Williams of Lake will meet In the following '. .
arde over the weekend. ., Butler and Miss Louise Stern homes: Sunday night. Mr. and <.
Monday after six
weeks visit
attended a music teachers work- Mrs. J. W. Ritch; Monday night. e
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richard. here. shop conducted by John Brim- M\ o. H. M. Richarde; Tuesday '.
son were in Vero Beach Thurs- Mr7:' Jacksonville Monday. night Mr. .and Mrs. .
and Mrs. William Spltze hall in on J. Charles ,.
day and Friday on business. ,of Silver Lake celebrated their Mrs. Coy Strickland of Ebro, Sawyer; Wednesday night. Mr. /1 .
Mrs. Hardy Douglas of York. Slat wedding anniversary on Florida spent the weekend with and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith; '4. e
6. C. was a guest last week, of Feb. 18Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Green Thursday night Rev. and Mrs. ,4.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. The and family. JDewltt T. Farabcc Jr. .
Rltches also had as Tuesday' and !Mrs. George W. 4.

Mrs.night Graham dinner Spurrier guests Rev.of High and weekend Brown and with son.Mr.Rex.Ralph spent Brown the Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss City Prisoners '* ee
Lilian the weekend
Stump spent
'Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Steve at Stuart. Be Housed '.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom- May 1e .
Spurrier and daughter of Gain Mr. and Mrs Floyd Smith sad] son Jr. and family in Monticello. In County Jail .
esville. A
family of Galnsville were Sun
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sandra Register of Tift .
The Bradford County jail .
Mrs. Agnes Heath and Mr. Don Thompson. College. Forsythe. Ga. was may
be used to house municipal prisoners *
and Mrs. Sandy Anderson of home for the weekend. .
Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Glen Champion of Pittsburgh according to an opinion
Mrs, Richard Ray of Knoxville Kan. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. T. Wade has returned given February 17 by County
Tenn. have been visiting 3, !Leo Champion for several after two weeks visit with relatives Judge T. A. Yawn. 4 :
Sapp in Bradford County Hospital months.. in Albany and Valdosta An opinion had been requestedby
and Mrs. Sapp. Ga. George Pierce as attorney
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ranfordof representing the municipalities : DD JUST A :
Mr. and :Mrs. Dillon Whislerof Palestine m. are Wednesday Mrs. A. E. McKInney visited! of Lawtey and Hampton.In .
Folkston. Ga. were Sunday. to Friday guest of Maj. and Elizabeth Himble! ; and !Mrs. his opinion Judge Yawn said:
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ctrl Mrs. VJ. Spengler and (.re. Mrs. Jettye Hazen In Gainesville "The use of the County Jail for : FEW DOLLARS MORE TOe
Mathews.Mr. Emma Badman. Mrs. Badman on Sunday. municipal prisoners Is not pro- 4
will accompany Mr. and Mrs. hibited by law. Such use may
and Mrs. M. I*. Hacea Ransford back to Palestine for Mrs. Mae Jones and grand- be permitted under contract with 4
and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen several weeks' visit. Children. .Mike and Anita Jones the municipality In question when 4 YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
;had as Sunday visitors Mr. and of Jacksonville were visiting. proper maintenance of county
Mrs. Purvis Hazen of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. John Green :Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Sun prisoners will not be interferedwith
and Mr. and !Mrs. Winfred Ha- visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.' Such use should be under i INSTANT LUXURY!
en of Gainesville.Mr. H. the weekend. : and Mrs. C. W. Arenart County Commissioners and the
and Mrs. S. L. Woods of of Fayetteville N. C. were municipality In question with
Americus Ga. were Monday Stuart Spraglns of Little Rock Sunday visitors! of Mr. and Mrs. the municipality paying to the e
overnight guests of Mr. and] Ark. was weekend guest of Dr.and W. H. Nollman. County the fees authorized by *
Mrs. Ewell Lawson Mrs. H. H. Adams. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of law.The
Mrs. Ruth Smith of Lake Cityvisited Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Compton WUIiston spent the weekend would opinion have added the responsibility that the Sheriff : YOUR NEXT NEW CAR :

Mr. and Mrs. M. 7. of King's Mountain. N. C. were with their son-in-law and daughter for management of the county
Hazen on Sunday. Mr. Hazen weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack- Jail and the care of all prisoners
returned from the Gainesville R. A. Colson. eon. detained there including those of : CAN BE THE :
Medical Center last week where Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns any municipality using the fac-
he had been confined sis Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whltfea iiad as guests Mr. and Mrs.T. ilities. .
weeks. attended the 46th. annual Southeastern B. Massey of Columbus. Ga. .
Educational Congress of weekend and Wada 4
over the .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsand
Optometry In Atlanta. Ga. from Herman of Tampa, MondaySteve Car .
family of Jacksonville and Saturday to Tuesday.Mrs. Speeding .
t. Mrs. Mae Hawkins of Waldo D. Matttagley, son ot Lands In CreekA
were Sunday dinner guests ot Mr. and Mm. John A. Matting. .
of Jacksonville
Evle Johnson ?
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson.. 'ley of Route 2. Sterke. was na Cove Springs man a I ,
was a weekend guest Green
i
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burgess of her brother. David Woodardand med to the Distinguished Academic was charged with speed too fast GREAT !
Roll for the period
Honor for conditions following a one
and family of the Holiday Ian family and her cousin
January 24 at FloridaMilitary
ending
. have moved to Chicago HI. !Mrs. Susie Owen. car accident Saturday.
School in Deland.!
. Charge was Issued against .
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t Johnle B. Snell who's 1966 Ford
went off the road about one ee
half mile east of Starke on SR-
16 at 12:30: p.m. Damage to the f NEW
car was estimated at$400 i
According to Trooper Carson
fifes aa Turlington Snell traveling weston
16, rounded a curve ran onto 4
the north shoulder for 159 feet,
went across the roadway for 70
feet, onto the south shoulder for
f
58 feet overturned and went an CHRYSLE
additional 59 feet. The car 4
came to rest upright In a creek.

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FORMER USO DIRECTOR 4 .

AND WIFE VISIT HERE .
Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. Thornof
Warren. Pa. were guests. at 4 .
v 1 Holiday Inn Wednesday and .
; P Thursday while visiting. old
:'i friends in Starke. Mr. Thorn e :
was director of the USO in
Starke from 1942 to 1944 duringthe :
( Camp Blanding training TAKE A TEST DRIVE :

4 period of World War n., He'recently

4 4.. I retired after many years COME IN TODAY. :
of service with the YMCA. 4 .
which was the directing agency
for the USO lucre during toe 4 .

1 war.Mr.. Thorn was president of a .

the Starke Rotary Club In 1944. 4 .
and during the luncheon meetIng .
ii1 Wednesday presented a .
a banner from the Warren club 4
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to the Starke Club.CADET .
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Why Not Give Your HATCHERON .
Savings Program DEAN'S LIST e f 1 alY"' e
Cadet Harry M. Hatcher wu 1
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one of 95 students at Georgia
A New SLANT----- Military College who receivednew :
Dean's List ribbons In recognition
of superior academic : WE'LLFINANCE +
achievement. Son of Mr. and
INSURED SAVINGS CERTIFICATES :Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr.. of
Starke Cadet Hatcher is sopa- : +
omore In the junior college at
CMC. Holding the rank of Captain :
in the 90th Battalion he !. YOUR
They Earn A Generous commander of "D" Company. e
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at GMC. : LOAN :



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to a private organization applies.
Funding The Board has control over Jr. College Trial TermUnderWay
the funds, Shaw said. "It la
obvious," he added, that the Fair
Association and Development Authority -
Gets ApprovalContinued are private organizations. Seen Here 3 DAYS
that the Commission
Yawn agreed Continued
from Page One)
does have control of the SLAKE 5
( from Page One) funds, but added it also has the Continued from PM e OM1 cense was rerouted. ; Joseph
responsibility to see they (the Frazler was fined $25 or three oNLYTHURSDAY
"You're bringing Into focus funds) are administered in the of the courses presently. taught days for wilful and wanton reckless
what I'm saying. The 0959 manner prescribed In the spec- at the Vo-Tech Center could driving: and Grady HInes
special) Act Is full of confusion ial act. count on the college level and .Was fined' $35: or five day for
and doubt," Yawn said The' "Would you agree that If this be part of the courses leading falling to have his vehicle under
act should be amended to say Board is satisfied the funds are to an Associate of Science de control FRIDAY
what the Board wishes It to going to advertising and oro- gree. A pre-centence Investigation
say, he added.A noting the advantages of Brad- The matter of opening blda rwas ordered for Sadie :Thomas SATURDAY
general act of the Leg- ford ; as the 'act matter of
county; says was disposed of in a :who pled guilty to sale of -whiskey
islature Is as much subject to the Board's responsibility Is minutes Wednesday morning. WESTINGHOUSE
county and
in dry possession
a
constlUonal challenge as a spe- being carried out," Shaw asked The board authorized Casey to
to
with intent '
of whiskey
Ical act, Rep. Shaw said, and Yawn. award the bids to the lowest
the same principle public funds "No," Yawn answered. and best bidders after the bills aeU In a dry county. '
Bryan told Shaw he didn't see were tabulated and the cafeteria Questioning by judge Iheron! .
Yawn and the Prosecutor revealed
directors: consulted. that she had been In the hospital !
:
The bids were for food for ;
.recently for a spinal operation
the three month period beginning -
NOTICEI I
March 1. This Is the third and that she had never been
charged with this offense before.
year that the board has asked
food. On behalf of the state, Shaw requested -
bids
Quarterly for on -
would like to take this opportunity to Casey also told the 'board that a pre-sentenclng Investigation 5AL.OMPARE
express my appreciation to the people of the low bid for lighting the noting that Mrs. Thomas .
Bradford County and this area for the fine track at the high school was kas a good reputation and hag
patronage and cooperation shown me whilemanafter made by Hughes Supply. Inc. never been convicted of a misdemeanor. -
of Florida Pest Control and chemical The bid was $27.95 per unit ANYWHERE
with the total coming to $1.006.) One defendant, Joe Junior Lee. WITH ANYBODY
Co. It has been a pleasure serving you.I charged with a lewd end la .v.
am being transferred to the Lake City ions act in the presence of a
Branch. Robert Bowen will replace me in why the Chamber should mind child was bound over to Circuit S end Less But Get The Best !
this branch, and I am sure you will enjoy submitting bills. Shaw replied Court.
doing business with him. he thought the Chamber had been "Nolle prosequl" was entered
submitting an audit report. An In the other cases: Clifford
Thanks againBOBBY, audit report "-)uld satisfy the Kelly, charged with possession WESTINGHOUSE
Board as to whether the funds oJ whiskey with Intent to sell
CRAWFORD are being spent in the manner in: a dry county, and with maintaining 16 LB. AUTOMATIC WASHER
prescribed.Shaw a place of business for
left the meeting early, sale of liquors In a county where .A
Double Action For Double Cleaning
prohibited: Robert Mann, charged
saying he has "been In public
life just long enough to know with writing a worthless I
NOW there is two sides to every quest- check: Johnnie Pittman and 11"/," Heavy-Duty Transmission;
ion." lie said he figured his Melvin Nettles, charged: with) Ipl '
opinion was no more or no less failure to surrender driver's It- i VI' II I
important than anyone else's and cease, registration end tag; J. I!. I\I\ REG. PRICE Now
NATIONWIDE he wanted It to be known. The C. Norris charged with assault $ Only 7700
legislator urged the Board to and battery; and/ Grady! Hines @ '!,
continue the funds, pointing out charged with failure to reportan "
Guarantees Renewalon that no one as yet has chall accident and leaving the ONLY $10 PER MONTH
enged the special act under which scene of an accident.
the funds are given. Trial term Is scheduled to con' Compare And You'll Buy Westin house
Yawn said he could see the tine through 'Thursday Feb.
Car Home Health and Board's position In the con- 87.
troversy. It could be resolvedby WESTINGHOUSE Ir= -
asking the Legislature to spell

Life Insurance out After the board's the vote desires.CommissionerZedra Gridders Feted GIANT 18 FT. REFRIGERATOR f. 40

Hamilton moved to "let
them go ahead to court. He Frost Free r._omam '

Across The BoardFor decided said he wants and wants the entire"no matter here- At Banquet 7-Day Meat Keeper Keeps = t

after." Meat Fresh 7 Days With No Freezing s'' .
Nationwide has
many years provided guar Bryan replied that he hasn'tsaid (Continued from Page One)
anteed renewal on Life and Health insurance. Now, he is going to court but Adjustable Shelves lyL:

January 15, we will offer as a matter of company he believes a private party may end Bon Sellers.
policy an important new family security first by challenge the constltionality of Taking off on Burse's "con- WHAT A BUY! O
adding both Auto and Homeowners Protection to special act in the courts. tormtty angle," fencing said. "iliHrf
Prefacing hilt, question with andamazed..
he was "Impressed
our guaranteed renewal service. "You may not like this," Ham- I don':t see .one (head of long REG. PRJCE
This means your Auto and Homeowners protection ilton then asked Yawn if he wll!'! I $3697 0 7OOOO
will be guaranteed renewable for five years defend the Commission if the bair"It's a lot easier to do what 9"" t I
after each policy is in effect for 60 days. It Is matter goes"to court. Is-wrong and what is right: ".... OO With
Yawn answered"As
"Yes Sir Now
not complicated.First long as I'm county attorney." Henning. toll the Tornado grt Only < Trade ilauammnumat ,

!' of course, you must have valid licensesfor Yawn stressed he has given the riders."What happens when you
each driver in household to renew auto Board his honest legal opinionand think' you've I i d
your graduate? ly 'you
has not and will not state ONLY $12.75 PER MONTH yV
protection. his person 1 opinion on the mat- got it tough now, you've got
Second, in both Auto and Homeowners, you need another think coming," the for.

only pay your premiums-with policy forms and ter.In his opinion mal'ed' to mem- mer pro grldder told the said.varsity and Compare And You'll Buy Westinghouse Model)RJJ82WESTINGHOUSE
Hennlng
we'll
renewal and keep
rates in effect at you the Board Yawn stated
bers of Junior varsity grldders gatheredfor
covered. that public funds cannot be con- the fete to learn to be responsible -
Say "Guaranteed Renewal". when you call the tributed to a private body. How- to themselves. .., .,, .
man from Nationwide. Or if you're already one of ever he said that the '959 spec- "You know yourself better lB7iTuuTuu F}
the several I million policyholders-your guarantee: ial act authorizes the expenditureto Stan anyone else ever :will. You

starts! automatically. On us. That the Chamber.special act must be pre- have self and to answer the :Man only Upstairs*o( your-;. d'' Refrigerator Freezer

sumed valid unti' a court of com ermnnni n

BILL POWELLPhone petent jurisdiction holds! to the the HennLng F3tr coach said he said.was "UVmazed\ i i Giant 19 ft. Side By Side Frost Free In
contrary Yawn stated. "I feel The talent and
went 7.3"
It proper to add however that you overall depth were missing." I B'g 280 Pound Freezer And 11.21 Cu.

964-6464 401 W. Madison St. any act Is suspect of unconstItutionality said :the FSU coach wfto visited I Ft. Refrigerator Section
if it purports to divert the Tornadoes last spring prao- -n

Starke, FloridaNationwide organization public funds regardless to a private of the itlce..Hurse He aa described"one of Coach the David finest II-- iii All In Only 32" Of Space
"
desirability of Its goals, the coaches In the state."
opinion states. awards handed out REG.
Additional PRICE
"
I wou'd further caution the
Board that It is the duty; of the at the banquet were member silver of footballs the ru s
Board to see to It that any funds to every -' t- 1 37700N
squad who did not miss a singleday's pica !
practice. The group Included I
are OW Only
Mutual Insurance Company'Nationwide Mutual Fire 'Insurance Company used exclusively four those purposes Gene Melvin Bill Adams I '
I"i I
tialionivida LI''. Insurance Company .home olficsi Columbus Ohio ," Yawn further stated {in Ronnie Grlggs Butch Griggs.Ralph .
his opinion. ; : Morgan Charles Smith!

Donnie special Elder, and award Robbie was Smith.A pre. J ONLY $14.75 PER MONTH

sented to mascot Perry Bryan.
All players to letter In a var-'! Model RSP 99 Compare And You'll
time If Buy
city sport for the first
BUCK'S'FRI.J' were awarded traditional!: red -
tetterman's jackets. given by the Westinghouse
Quarterback Club. Each player

.. SAT., SUN. at the banquet also received a
small,trophy from the Quarter-
II.U'ur \V HOLi; SIDES NOT; SLICED back Club, which sponsors the WESTINGHOUSE
MORE LOW i LOW I
'banquet.
annual
SMOKED BACON LB ..35* FOOD PRICES 595 POUND CHEST FREEZER

1969.70 Hunt SLIM WALL INSULATION

PORK U.S. Good Round Season To Open SEAL-TITE LID GASKET .

CHOPS LB. 69CSTEAK' I LB..894, Next November 1

REG. PRICE .
.
Florida's 1969-70 hunting season '
4 Ibs. will open November 1 for 0 cam r,,', ,., t,
PORK Maxwell HouseCOFFtE
resident game birds and animals 188

NECK BONES.$ 1.00 1 Ib. jar 69*' except where the In season Northwest will open Florida two Now Only E

weeks later on November 15.
liAKKlMTi: : 3 LBS LONG: CHAIN: Basic framework for the huntIng -
season was established at

[SHORTENING .59i RICE 4 LBS ..39 a Fresh meeting Water of Fish the! Game Commission and ONLY $10 PER MONTH MtdtlPDDIt

In Tallahassee Tuesday February
U.S. NO.1 POTATOES ..10 LBS..39 18.Season.
for deer, turkey and. Compare And You'll Buy
bear Is scheduled to close January WestinghouseMany
Nt'.2 CANS CHHAM' STYLE 4, except In Northwest
t Florida where the season will

CORN. 6 CANSo.2 continue Season through for quail January and squirrel 18. More Great Buys -- Come In And Save

: CANS: ENGLISHPEAS..6: will Northwest close February Florida 22, exceptin where: With The Quality Of Westinghouse

CANSNo.2 hunting will be allowed through
March 1.Hunters.
bag win remain the
CANS GA. RED STRING
with the exception of wild
tame turkey. The turkey bag for the 19" COLOR TV --- -- .. ----..... .. ---.--....
$26650
BEANS..6 CANS fall bunting season was reducedto I l 19" BLACK AND WHITE TV ---.----__..__
and two for
one per day possession $ 50'00
22 O/. Pk.Am" \'arietvBEANS..4 and season limit 12" PORTABLE TV ___- ?----...--..- ------..,- :
--$50.00
FOR

CARD , We wish to"thank our'trlenda' SLADE GAS AND
for, all their kind exprcM.oos APPLIANCES
of
sympathy, including flowers
and food during the Mines and 332 W. Madison
death of our mother.-The family Phone 9647701Cof
of Mrs. Katie Padgett.

- Page 4 TELEGRAPH Feb. 20, 1969 .



, Capers Stun Live Oak, Down Green Cove to can A 8,760$3.00 stand entitles hours fresh the a pace of water fisherman continual and fishing pressure fishing Of license he-)


anywhere In Florida. His bag
limit would Include 27,375 game


Bulldogs Win By 5 Florida StarTourney I fish. .

NOTICE
CB'ERSON
to

Hit 70-49 Over Big Set




[By BHS GC Team In Live OakTornado


? Everything went right for 20-point fourth period< pushed .
Bradford Tornado cagera Mon- Bradford's cage team 67-62 cagers will take on. Star play. The Tornadoes are
'day night as they stunned con past Green Cove Springs In a St. Augustine at 7:30: p.m. tonight 14-6 on the season and 9-3 in
ference champion Live Oak 70- nip and tuck contest in ,the local (Thursday Feb. 20) In the FSC. CB RADIO PRICES
49 In the local gym. 4{ i il gym Friday nlcht. the second of three games in Coach Mike Sexton gives his
::: A pair of clutch free throws the opening round of the Florida Big Red< five an excellent
< The red hot Tornadoes cinchj :! by David McKnlght with 12 seconds Star Conference Tournament Chance of winning the U/orna-;
ed second place In the Florida left in the game cinched in Live Oak. ment "11 we play good ball." POLY-OTTERA
<:Star Conference with the vie- ball club
"We have a better
win of the for
the 13th season
:tory Arid avenged an earlier 715 As conference champions established than Live Oak and we'll beat I Begged Seven ((7)) Channel
66 lops; to' the Bulldogs In Live the Tornadoes.A in regular .season them if we stay on the boards aU .Solid-State .CB Radio.
J Oak. The Bulldogs finished 10 point scoring spree bycenter play, Live Oak has been seeded the Complete 'with Seven (7) crystals -
night
couJ like we did Monday
) In the big
Blye
Charles top team In the tournament. As remote head antenna,
,, ferenc.e play with a 10-2 record Tornado coach sta.tes.The .
after Monday night t fourth period when the Torna- such the Bulldogs drew a bye and microphone. Finished In a
j while
the
.- Tornadoes does needed them most was In the first round play Thurs- Tornadoes have beaten hUb gloss black enamel case
ended
loop mark. with a 9-3 also a big factor :in the win. day night. They will play the their first round opponent, St. that can be weather sealed
.; Blye ended up high man with 21 winner of the BollesPalatkagame Augustine twice 62-48 and 55- for use on a boat, tractor or
$ BUS Is now 14-6 for the .seaj Bradford's Adrian Brown slips! past Live Oak defenders for a points and 21 rebounds against at 9 pm. Friday night. 47. St. Augustine is an up and other types of outside transpOrtation .
eon going Into the. conference lay-up in the Tornadoes' 70-49 victory over the Conference! champions tfto tall Green Cove five down team. It was St Augustine equipment.
j'' In Live,Oak this Thursday FrI. Monday night.: Brown scored 26 points In the win. McKnight was close behind Bolles and Palatka open !the that handed! Live Oak its EG.
; day. and Saturday. with 20 points and 11 rebounds. tournament at 6 p.m tonight In $nly conference defeat other I $12995
j Guard Adraln Brown poured Adraln' BrqWn had 16 points. the: first of three games. The than the one by the Tornadoes I $1 5
:2 in 26 points to lead both teams BHS-McKnight, 6-0-12. Brown Live Oak- Frier 32Pitt- Marie Gfauddh fell off his 12 Tornadoes take on St. Augustinein Monday night
:2 Monday night. Charles Blye. 13-0-26: Graudons 3o -6 Blye 11- man 10-1-21, Green 4-0-8, Mor- point scoring average to four the second game at 7:30: p.m. Coach Sexton thinks Orange POLY-PU ------
*, the Tornadoes' leading scorer 2-24. Murphey 0-0-0( Graudon 0- rell 3-0-6. Thompson 1-1-3. Cheek but' hauled down 15 rebounds. and Orange Park and Lake City Park. and Lake City "should< _-
<: with, an 18 point average, hit 0-0. Marks 0-0-0, Chandler 000. 1-0-2. Slayton 0-0-0, Rollins 0-+ The Tornadoes played come vie in the third game at 9 p.m. have a good game" Thursday
X for 24 points against Live Oak Johns O-O-o. Rlherd 1-0-2. Totals 1: Fouraell 000. Totals22549. :- from'behind ball most of the Winners of those two games night. The Tornadoes have split! EG OIA 7.$1 -
and scored 24 points. 34270. << night, although they were never play at 7:30: Friday night in with both those ,teams and can .95 n
'* Coach Mike Sexton also had more than six points down. the semifinals.The expect to play good ball to win

.. high praise for David McKnight Let's Go To The Tournament! Coach Mike Sexton's five tooka championship game of Friday night if they beat St.
_; and Mark Graudons who gathered brief 4r2 Jea, in 25 rebounds between There was a time when this writer's spouse but the Blue: Devils hittinga tournament will be played at 8 Belles is favored to win the $12995All
I-1:: them, which contributed great- went to a basketball game simply to be going: fantastic percentage from outside p.m. Saturday. Feb. 22. opening game over Palatka.
:X*. ly to the Tornadoes' domination somewhere with her husband. :Now she worries had a 18-16 edge at the end Live Oak has the best record The Braves are seeded last in
J of the contest. about too excited and making of the first period as the lead of the seven teams at 18-3 for the tournament and are havinga Solid State Preformance It a small package. Contemporary
getting a spec '
i "It sure makes a difference see-sawed. the season and 10-2 In Florida rebuilding year with a young styling with a wood :trained front pannel. Super Sena-
:: when David and Mark get on tacle of herself. The Tornadoes In the second team. tlve Receiver .Full Five '4 those boards" Sexton said In She even canceled a bridge game tonight so period took a second lead of Charles Blye has the leading Channel Superhrtrndyne Receiver
Bumming;: up the win. The Tornado nothing could interfere with her going with the six points on baskets by Mc-: scoring average of any BHS
"."'. coach also touts Blye 83 Tornadoes to the I1 lorida Star Basketball Tourn- Knlght. Blye and Brown. Brown eager going into the tourney.
:. aU-state material but says he ament in Live Oak. sank four straight field goals His 18 point average, however POLY-BEAVER
*; won't get the publicity needed< from 10 to 15 feet out to put ;Is less ,than his rebounding
is the of this second
This BHS fan
S, unless the Tornadoes get into loyal cause BHS in front 28-22 at one point. average which is over 20 per Fta/|II Twenty.Three ((23): )
;<.; the state tournament. plea for support for our basketbiall team. The But Green Cove with four men game. Both are Invaluable to Channel all Solid-State dual
:f\\ Brown's 26 points were his basketball tournament is coming, she remindedme In double figures, came back the Tornadoes' game. Coach conversion receiver' with a
:::: highest total of the season. The adding it would be a good subject for an and owned a one point 36-3 Sexton is touting his slick senior Full Five ((5): Watt transmitter -
:: senior floorman scored almost editorial. lead at the half. center for al1- taLe honors. modulation Indicatorand
::; all from 15-25 feet out. Many Pointing out that The Telegraph publishedone ,The Tornadoes were outscored David< McKnight has a 13 .. ..: "S"Meter. Contemporarygtyling
:-: baskets came! on jumpers from 14-12in the third perIod and, illl.... with a wood rained
point scoring and A ::|:7 In front of the key. "basketball editorial" two weeks ago which were down three points, 50-47', rain Brown and average Mark: Graudonsare -,- ... front pannel, front bezel
fad no apparent effect on attendance did no opened. available in four colors at
:;: Jumping oft to a quick lead as.. the fourth stanza averaging 12 points, giving
:;: the Tornadoes kept it that way good. The Blue Devils opened a six the Tornadoes four players no extra cost.

:::. all, night long leading 18-11 at "But that wasn't for the tournament," she point lead in the third quarter, h (rug, rBERCFFLEDSnowy averaging in double figures 95
:-: the. ind of the first period 36- instantly rebutted.No bijt the Tornadoes stormed Tim Murphey doesn't score $, 5 $174Couch's
::- 23 at the half, and building the; doubt my better half was remembering that back. the fourth tGiiudona too much, but he directs the
::L lepd, to 20 points In the third grabbed< Tornado offense and
=: : Live Oak brought a nice crowd to Starke MondaY'night. period tip-off and McKnight hit I averages
: period, Our basketball team a decisive victory ,1! about 15 assists per game. /Mur
: : Tornadoes out won for two points with 7:36: left to
The simply is also execellent de-
: phey an
:.f rebounded and out ran the bulldogs over the conference chlampions, but in a make it 50-49 Green Cove. Fouled white fender.

::: right from the start. "In spontaneous cheering contest Live Oak fans were by McKnight, the Blue Devils' cotton plisse is the Inspirationfor The teams are seeded In the Communications"For

::: X4ve Oak we didn't get the ball an even match for us and they drove 70 milesto Arthur .Battles hit one 51.49 of this '69 resort design by following order: 1-Live Oak, 2
.:' off the boards. You've got ito do the game and cheered for a losing cause. two charity shots for a Arpeja. Flounced tiers grace Bradford High. 3Orange

::: that before you can fast break," Our Tornado cagers stand a very good chanceof lead.Tim Murphey tied it 51-51 bodice fully descend accentuated from an with empire deepV Park, 4Bolles, 5-St. Augustine A II Your CB Rddio Needs"
,::: Coach Sexton said when asked have 6- Lake City and 7-Pa
,:.; why the Tornadoes dldn'ru winning the conference tournament. They with a long jumper with ju.stlover neck and underscored witha latka.
:::: In Live Oak. beaten every team in the loop at least once. They i six minutes left in the sloeves ribbon complete bow Long the pretty puff Admission to the tournament 608 N. Main Ph. 376-7171
:::: Byle McKnIght, and Crau- own a most respectable 14-6 record and have lost game. Battles got another free picture. Is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents
'-*'; dons. would bring the ball off the six games by a total of only 13 points.It throw for a 52.51 Green Cove (Mat No. 7)) for etuduita. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
.:;!:; the boards (Monday night and would be nice if the School Board would lead) but BHS' Blye came alive
',-': zip !It down court. Brown and provide buses to take students to the tourney. A fqr two straight buckets and a
: whodidn't 55-52 Todnado lead, !their first
Tim Murphey
I ; floorman Bradford
could also be formed so cars
caravan In some time
>: score but had 11 assists
;
:!:' and ran the Tornado offense, could travel together to Live Oak. Brown hit for Starke and
V; would work it in. The Tornadoes The Tornadoes have won eight of their last Graudons added his only bucketof
:l-l': even had half a dozen 10 games and are playing superlative ball now. the night to give 'tile Torna-
'.',', three on one situations under Probably nothing would enhance their chancesin does a 59-54 lead. TERWiLLEGAR MOTORS
:::j: the Live Oak basket in the first the tournament' more than a good home town The Tornadoes played< for a
good shot with their lead In the
;<. half that they failed to capital-
cowd.to: back'them'up. Closing minutes and Green Cove
: 2 Ize on R. G. rF.
.:- No matter what defense the was forced; to go out after the

: : ...................................... ball. That gave Blye room to NEW CAR
; Bulldogs threw up man-to-man :::::::':*::xx-x..s::i:;:::;:::::;;:::;:::;.:::.:;:::;:;:;:;:;:::::;:;:::::::;:;:::;.;.:.;.;.:.;.:.;.:.;.;.;.;.;.;,.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;.:.;.:.;.;.;.;.;.:.;.:.:.;.:.; made the
I< or 12.2 or 1-3-1 zones, the Tor. maneuver and be
f \'E"" ()a k
: most of It.Baskets .
Live
:X: nadoes chewed them up.
Y:'. Oak couldn't keep up with the by Green Cove's Oscar
;'.;; running"\ Big Red five man-to( Reese and Dan KeLsey
brought the Blue Devils within.
: manThe-.
jt byeHolies
; JTi. point 61-60, with about a
>*,:, hot Tornadoes sank 34 of one
" :
.'< 66 field goal attempts for a 9:00: minute left.
,; = Blye came back with a clutch
;!;:? very respectable 52 per cent Olt
:;:;' from the floor. They shot only basket to give BHS a 63-60
::',; six free throws and made two. Thur. 6 p.m. :Dead, but the Blue Devils' A.
:'::'l Live Oak seldom getting more Battles, who had< 13 points, hit

:;:;: than one ehot at the basket, hit alatka: for two.
:y: at around 30 per cent. (Championship With 20 seconds left Mc
Knight was fouled and went to
ti tj::: Coach Sexton lauded the performance 3 Game the line for BHS on a one-and YEAR END PRICES NOW-DURING
:>; of Blye as one of his p.m one. Sinking both shots would
:<= best of the season. The coach "t. give the Tornadoes a commanding -
::'= also said Brown put on his top lead. Missing the first

:'" performance. Bilk charity spot could give Green
:f$ It was the final regular season Cove the ball and time to scorea
;::;*. game for the Tornadoes. Thur. 7:30 basket and win; making the '
'X The Florida Star Conference first and missing. the second< f
::;-.- begin. tonight in Live Oak, but St would still have given Green !!?
j das nothing to do with the con- AugOrange Cove a chance to tie the game. :

.:}: ference standings. I'ri. McKnight calmly sank both
:.< The group tournament Is set 7:30 to put BHS ahead 65-62. Blye
-:% to begin Feb. 27, the regional : >U1 uiojj jovs{ ajoui QUO pappu ..p-/
X tournament March 6, and the corner with the final buzzer
.;: state tournament March 13. Pk sounding while the ball was In ...
.; ....
;.f The Tornadoes also won the the air.
,
.<" Junior varsity contest Monday' 9 I Green Cove's Reese led that
:r edging Live Oak 31-29. David< P.m. Thurs. i team with 18 points. Charles
: McRae had 10 pints for BHS. Battles had 14. A. Battles 13, J
:: Douglas Brown 8, James WU- --, and Clarence Martin 10. i i
: llama 6. Randall McGee 5, and J Lake City The Tornadoes, Improvingfree
:i Ebble Knight 2. throw shooting to 75 percent
'. Florida Star hit 15 of 20 charity shots
::;' Statistics ConferenceFeb. They shot 40 per cent from the
::*' BHS-18 18 17 17-78>> 20, 21, & 22nd. Held, sinking 26 of 64 field goals.

::' LO-11 12 11 15-49! '::::-X:::*:::;:::;-H-X:i:;:::;:::::::%:::;::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::7:::::::::::::::::::1'::::;:;:: BHS lost the junior varsity
::- lame 3733.Statistics

,..f'., BHS-16 19 12 20- 7.
GC 18 18 14 12 -62
BHS-McKnlght 76.20 Brown,
; TONIGHT I 7-2-16. Graudons 1-2-4, Blye 9321 -

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No Decision Reached By CouncilOn Machine Not under the state plan he can

Meter Changes To Cost City only get credit back 10 years

Sewer Lines To DevelopmentNo That Smart while the employees city's plan credit gives experienced for-

Continued from, Page One) made one way. service.
decision was reached by line as requested two weeKs ago. Supt. Davis pointed out that school all their years of

the City Council Tuesday night He said the line would have to Btarke's new $%2.000 elee McRae pointed out that the buses travel the wrong way Asked Supt. Davis to
Feb. 18, on whether to extend average. 10-11 feed deep to achIeve Ironic billing machine and Is Council two weeks ago gave residents down Washington Street between with the SRD for partial neg-
sewer lines to a development a gravity How to a mainline the next thing to a calculator. 90 days to change over Bradford High School and Starke otiate of extending sewer linesto
on Alligator Creek. It may also be part human during the time of payment
proposed by J. M. Edwards In to a. single meter. After that Elementary local SRD
new
southeast Starke. There would be 4,400 feet at least some members of Urn they are scheduled' to receive day the street Is supposed to be the proposed
1Y'l office site In the city's Industrial
City Surveyor Merrill McMil of sewer line necessary to ser- City Council think so. separate bills for each meter.In one way. That matter was turn Edwards Road. The
lan presented the Council witha vice the Initial 40 lots that Ed- the meantime City Hall Is ed over to Councilman P. T. Park would on be about 400 feet

profile of the proposed! sewer wards proposes, according to Councilman Jimmy McRae calculating a discount In such Nolan who Is an assistant school line long and cost about $650 to Install -
machine couldn'tfigure
asked If the
cases. superintendent, to check out Davis said.
one bill for the combined
The councilman Questioned that The Council also:
readings of several meter the city could make all change Moved toward appointment Was told by Mayor Carl
*. City Clerk Merrill Ed- outs for which it is responsible of a board of trustees to ad- Hurst that the Council shouldbe I
wards explained that cannot within that alloted time, or If
minster the city's new pension represented at a SRD road I
be done. He said a present funds are available to do the plan after being urged by Councilman meeting in Lake City Monday I
and a past meter reading: Is work. Davis said he wantedthe Gerald Williams. Appoint- Feb. 24, at 3:30 p.m. Hurst '
punched Into the machine and council to understand he had ment of the board is the final said he plans to attend.
automatically takes the differ not budgeted for such work.It small step needed to place in
ence calculates and prints a was decided to leave the mat- completely in
plan
the pension
Was told by Mayor Hurst
new bill. ter as is and wait to see If operation, Williams said. -
that he had the SRD permit to
additional time Is necessary. Asked Clerk Edwards, at
'The machine doesn't havean pointed out Install a traffic light at the Intersection -
councilmen
i Several the of Fire Chief B.C.
request
e e imagination it Just has a of Temple Avenue and
Lt. Col. Hess that the duplicate meter situation find out from
CitedLt. (Red) Buford to
memory Clerk Edwards finally Washington at Bradford High School. -
should be phased J out, althoughIt the State If the firemen and
stated. Council indicated the light
( Col. Raymond E. Hess Jr. may take time. police pension plans now separate be installed when the :$5
and cited for outstanding professIonal Davis said only two double me- combined with thecity's will ,
be
(right), son of Raymond E. Hess skill, knowledge, end "If that machine !doesn'thave ter situations have been changedout can new plan. Buford said 000 cost becomes available. .
of Route 2, Starke, Is pictured that much sense .e
leadership. It
receiving the U. S. Air Force was his second ought to get rid of itt"! Mc so far. .. ....... ....... ....... ....... ..... .......
25 0/0 award ()f the Commendation. Rae retorted. In other action the Council .............. ...
Medal during hU Princi-
Commendation dal. okayed two requests of *
retirement ceremony at Orlffiss\ pal Hobbs of Southslde Elemen- BcutcocJtbMAYTAG
Air Force Base. New York. Col. Hess was commissioned WOMAN SHOOTS SELFIN tary School-J 1) to ask the State .
ON FURNITURE Making the citation !13 Col. Hild- In 1944 through the aviation cadet GAINESVILLE Road Department to paint cross-
ing L. Jacobson, commander of program and served in the walks on SR-100 and 2)) to erect -
t'p To :J1j< Months To Pay the 416th Bomb Wing! European Theatre of Operations According to records In the 15 mph speed limit signsin

Col. Hess was decorated for during World War II. He is a Gainesville Police Department, designated places along Col- ee
NEW ONLY 2 meritorious service as chief of graduate of Miami Senior High Bessie Ledford, address P.O. ley Road.

Philco Color TV's $199 ea. the programs and scheduling! School and attended State Coil Box 273, Starke shot herself The Council turned down Hobbs' TMI OKFIMOABtl AUTOMATIC*
(branch of the 416th Bomb Wing, ege in Fresno. Calif. Saturday, Feb. 15, In an apparent request to make Stansbury Street -
suicide attempt while visiting by the school one-way for
1600 block of from 7:30 to 4 each !
-- relatives In the a.m. p.m. :
C. H. NASWORTHY Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis. Of SE 3rd Ave., Gainesville. She day. It was argued that making LAUu JRUALE
that 1,500 feet would be the HamptonFire is said to have fired one bullet a street one-way part time is not f
rUKNITUKE main line from Alligator Creek from a .22 calibre pistol good practice. Police Chief Bob : _
r
& .
APPLIANCE south to the proposed develop- Truck into her stomach and was treated by Biggs said he doesn't think c!\ rt. r-

ment site.Estimated. In Alachua General Hospital traffic: warrants the street beingymvfffftfffff t. -a J' GIANT

cost of the project Due SaturdayThe where her condition was :::;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::: ;:::::::::;;:i:. =.. .. -'.-
would be around $60,000.The CAPACITY
i described as Cairo ....
., ., _* M.. Mh proposed lines would ser- I MATHEWS 1.[.{ -'S ......._
t ,_ M ve the east side of the Edwards fire truck being providedto r Ift'' 2 Y.ar Warranty
property. The west side of the the City of Hampton by the WEEKENDBoy 'C MPOUT' ;: WellDrilling :::' :j kf --< ty On All Part*. 5
| > .
property, which is south of All- Florida Forest Service Is sch- Scout Troop 70 spat 'J; > .- -'- Y.ar Tranimrtition .
Ham- Friday night and Saturday igator Creek on SR-100 is lower eduled for delivery at the
filt.r Sand
Hall( #'he Montgomery Scout Camp on "* Melrose Fla. S MiL I
according to McMillan. Both pton City Saturday morning 7J.1Y '!,; 't'. Trap Water
}
McMillan and Davis said a Feb. 22, at 9 a. m. the Suwannee River at Mayo. :I::: Phone 475-5101. :|: ,:: ,,,1 Temp Selector -
pump station would be requiredto The truck has a capacity of The 25 boys were accompanied :I: Myers Pumps *:li::: 1 5 Year CabinetWarranty t Giant Sue Tub
i 1
serve that area of the sub-' between 900 and 1,000 gallons by scoutmaster. Don Hard-.
.. division if it is ever developed. of water and will be mannedby enbrook and assistant scout :f': SERVICE #:: : 526995

....1, .. That would be the alternativeto Hampton's volunteer fire master David Montgomery. and REPAIRS :#

putting in the proposed ]lines department. :.:;_:':.,,:,.:!.-,:.,::.:,.:,.;,.:,.;,.:,.:,.:,.:.,;,.;..:..:,..,.:,.;,.:,.;,.:,.:,.:'.:'-:'.:-':...:,'....- ;>,! McMillan said Hampton Fire Marshall Wlll- P4 h' Against Rust
City engineers have recomm- ard Thomas has invited city off- :
ened in their Master Plan report icials and the general public to
for utility construction that be on hand for delivery of the STARKE 301 NURSERY tAT .

the entire area includingthe truck Saturday morning. 07... .--

part Edwards plans developing SOUTH CITY LIMITS ON U.S. 301 .
In the be
Ij. near future ser- .
4
viced by a big pump station In Truck Flips 1 .
-
r the low area which they esti- ,

: was mated brought would out cost Tuesday$65,000 night.it On SRS-225 I Plants For Every Occasion I Trim.N.w I I IMAYTAG

After discussing the situationat Halo-Of Heat Dryer I
length the Council appearedno A 191)6 International truck received (.\huun. .U Right) H.'O.O'HU"
SPECIAL i.- .. DRYERS
MILLEX 22 damage totaling $1,500
closer to an answer. -": \t ; .2 Year Warranty I Igenn .... Dear
when It overturned at 8:15
: a.m. ,
"There are other committ :.[ Setting far All .uorOund' clothe'
ments should take of Saturday the 15.It's meow Fabrics /
.
we care THIS WEEK L 1 AIJ .." ,
: ,
HYBRID PEARL MILLETup before that If we could get hold two occupants received minor 100% Lint FiI'.". ,
\ \
of $60,000 places with houses Injuries. .' '. '
\.. 519995
to 53% more forage already there," Chairman Orle According to Trooper Carson' ,......;o.
Wiggins stated. CouncilmanJLm- Turlington James C. Sandersof Jt'jL I : J. ...JIJt'J ..'.: a
my McRae said there is but me Jacksonville was driving the *. AZALEAS.5VRI 16 m DfD
than ordinary millets!rIn truck south I
answer the Council can give Ed- on SRS-225 when it ,
wards at this time since no ran off the shoulder an continued CAMELIAS GARS lME! : : NEW MAYTAG PORTA-DRYER
money is available. for about 420 feet before over- I ,I (\horrrl ,11 ,... })
extensive pasture tests, new Millex 22 has shattered turning on its right side. I Roll. anywhere _
existing yield records, producing as high as 55 tons of off Decision until the on the council's matter March was put 4 No charges were issued against :to PEAR TREES .. ',-..- .. Stores anywherePlugt $1 00 9 5
in like a taaiterNeed
"Ie
grass per acre. Compared to ordinary millets, Northrup meeting. Sanders. His passenger was J er- i i. .no special wiring J
King's new pearl millet hybrid shows more early vigor, ry Kirksey, also of Jacksonville. PLUM TREES or Installation

faster growth, faster regrowth, more tillering.

With good management, Millex 22 summer pastures FIG TREES i- MAYTAG HEAVY-DUTY

will often carry two or three more cows per acre than :) FARM AND RANCH
ordinary millets. Relished by cattle, Millex 22 produces GRAPEVINES WORKHORSE

nutritious summer grazing, free of prussic acid. ''t r- By George T. Huggins t
2 Year On All Parts -
Best news of all: Millex 22 is available for pasture COUNTY AGENT JAPANESE a .,r'ij" I Warranty
....... .,_ ''' t -'' Biggest Capacity Big Balloon Rollers .
plantings this year! Reserve your Millex 22 seed right \ """
)1\ r
now I Agricultural Extension Service PERSIMMON ,--- Sand Trap Tub Makes Clothes
I Cleaner
Available from: ;; .a': t

-- CITRUS TREESON I' i M69'5ANY

Florida was a sweet state one of several reasons is that
last year. Some 312,000 coloniesof I chew a lot of honeycomb: : MAYTAG
Starling Farm Supply Florida bees produced 20,863.- Takes a pretty good size bite TRIFOLIATE ROOTSTOCK 'Fee ,.pa" or e..

000 pounds of honey. We used to have some comb left after < t ORE AT NEWWARRANTY : chan parts re or Ol cabinet, defective,it it

EDDIE STARLING, OWNER to call them beehives when you have squeezed all the hone COME OUT 52.5 ; rusts Free installation' ,
.
.. of c."H
they were homemade from i$ -
out.This ; ,ibilily, ol st.thnps, ban-
225 W. Andrews St. (Rear of Tastee wide boards or an old hollow Florida honey: last :year AND LOOK I ( ; S .t is e e r' ; chued MavUd, dealer,
tree trunk. We actually pro was worth about four million Beautiful Yard 4. ; J J '. 2 ?r. t withm, .first, year: thereafter -
Freez on 301)) AROUND I ,' .J Ser, ,retaliation' n
duced than record Florida
more honey dollars.} people eat only ooww t extra
ed. That did not account for all about fV$ pounds of honey each

1C NORTHRUP KING SEEDS the honey that A. O. Frame per year. This accounts for .... ..... ..... ..... ..... ....... ....... ....... ....... ............... ........ ....... ....... ....... ...... a
Who has 10 or IS colonies, gave having so many brands of .coo. p n p.
to his friends. I brag about cookies and cereals flavored
having good teeth. I believe with honey. I even read the .
t TRULY SENSATIONAL RECLINER
--- VALUES !
== --------------- other day that U more honey:
was used as an ingredient In
I IIi face lotion there would be few- )k
II er wrinkles: (A) COMBINATION SWIVEL ROCKER ,

j IMPORTANT NOTICE i l*.l VMcl..f liUi* c..*r IrlmmtJ" wltk CMlrittlM ''l\ <1 m (a)
STRAWBERRIESFor ( ...,-..- those ti .... lUwnlkU. T-ixni' ..>M,... .,J
of you not on our
Ii mailing list maybe these few (B) TV RECLINER t ''t l..
IiII suggestions will be helpful if { r INS h.. f.l.e. .....f with ihttlc '
I II Approximately 1000 Home Owners Who In you your have garden.strawberries growing I j'V 1 (a) ..1.11..... Myldie..\. / htm ..,10. nay olu l c... $4288 u+. 6.

'i Received Homestead Exemption Last Year 1. Leaf spot-this late in the (C) LARGE PILLOW-BACK RECLINER

: growing season you should use n !per ..-.uclt.Y..l.W'. ... OI.*t-Slt n rs ..a' IOt
Have Not Renewed Their Exemption For CAFTAN as spray or dust ttf....t f.( ..l ItffttMr $5500
.. .
: ,m:" i,rlif s..r..Skr.U.d hum ,ill..
2. Spider mites-these are tiny : .....

I i )1969. We Urge You To Sign Your, Application sucking spider-like parasites eight legged, Juice : +J ((0)) HI PILLOW BACK RECLINER

spending g to t Q J...* dw.. lltoifli, aal.u.d. lUillcMr.
their entire life on the bottomof ry v \ !... inkton. $7500
And File Other Tax Returns As Soon As Pos 41211 <* bannl..tp.wd -
I me strawberry leaf. You ..., ...Ur>.

sible. April 1)1st Is The Deadline If We Can Be must have good eyes and probably (E) LARGE TV RECLINER
need to get down on your ossa tlt.t i>lll..+r luck, l I..,rn .. isms ... (..!. $C
I knees to see them KELTHANB .*.,. .).<. silt ,...tl. ...... May .lir< 995
Of- Service To You Please Fee Welcome To dust or spray is the treatment. J.
; 3. Aphids these are tiny

Call On Us. green or dark brown soft-bod
1. ur. t. w. NI. (I)
led, also Juice-sucking Insects.

They live on the bottom of the r k5, Ur> >W raflUtr -
leaves. They may be all alone OirUU '
or integrated with the mites. r, y ; > C* IOAB,
PHOSDRIN will kill them and a:, S Si r iA0CIt0A1 ,,t ) MIDl f{
there is only a one day waiting CONTRACT Ml.CHAIIS .

period the before berries.. picking and eating e; CHAI rjticreIITTII VAl.Ufl y... t .
I
Each of these materials must t 7
,
be applied so that there will be r .
.1 good leaves.coverage on the bottom ofthe 1 h .,1.3,5,


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COUNTY FAR i ;

Opening Day is less than one _
month away. From now until
March 19 :you will be reading S.r,.,+hteK
seeing and learning about our
THANKS. I Fair. Opening Day win feature OKI:
L5
three big events. Rotary spoa II.C
GENE LONG I eared Rural-Urban Day Miss

America, and Livestock: Judge
" II Tax AssessorPage ing. Other special events will ; T ,dcr d' /
follow during the next three OWEST', PRICES a

I days. If you bear about our EASIEST TERMSI
Bradford County Fair you will 128 S. WALNUT ST.
-. not want to mss visiting us. BILL WILSON;'OWNt.K'
6 f TELEGRAPH -Feb. 201969'
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,
!r Our/ editorial. Camellias Need

.
1,,. To Be Planted
I
,I f This MonthIt's Letters to u.s.MutheEditor

I'i
''i best to transplant camel,

has during, ithe dormant eeason.

1>, And, If you haven't already
1i done so, February la about the
I last month to do the Job This

i will assure a reasonable amountof .
--- -
t, root growth before top growth
, begins. It will also give the
(Feb. 16, 1969
plant a better. start; and allow them!

Taxpayer's Revolt more growth during the first Dear Some Mr.of the Matthews allegations: of It was my understanding that

year than would be possible from (Mr. Bill Soto's "Letter to the Mr. Mike Sturdivant and his
I later planting. absurd that I Mississippi Management Company
Editor" are so
Dr. ,E. W. Mri twee, ornamental feel little foolish In attempting had made plans on a second
a
horticulturist with the local Florida motel before
1 Mf University of Florida Institute a rebuttal.To City Councilman they ever approached the C of

, "Taxpayers of the United States are ming majority of the people, but It of Food and Agricultural. Sciences criticize or any any County Commissioner C. but this does not belittle all

" vociferously in revolt." would step on a lot of powerful toes." says that camelllias can for not bringing In any the time attention and cooperation -
also be transplanted In late out of order the C of C gave him.

This is the opinion of Erwin D. Can- The writer says that cleanup of state wring, summer or. tail as long and new unjust industry, as Is none of these officials And I don't blame the C of C
local is a job for votersin a 4 and protection are for either the horse situation or
ham one of the keenest observers of and government as extra care were elected with this! in
the American scene. the towns cities and states.. "These given to make up for the more mind. And then to rave about the plight of the motels, but I
have increased unfavorable. transplanting con C bringing in a little do expect the Chamber to bend
levels of government Calvary Baptist Church the C of
least
and at try
In order to forestall such revolt, here their spending gigantically in recent di Uons.Contalner. new business is going from sub- over backwards this situation.
are some things he thinks should own camellias can lime to the ridiculous, as that to Improve
happen It is there that the political pro- of
years. Receives BIP Award be transplanted any time of the Is what they are suposed to do I had to yell at the top my
: cess needs to work more effectively year, but should be handled to justify their salaries. lungs, through the press, and

-A complete housecleaning of the for vested interests marked by job patronage Calvary Baptist Church, located gotten Calvary Baptist Church carefully so roots will not be And when you take into local officials in an and effort to

federal: government cutting out func- and inefficiency are greatestin on South. Cherry St., has now holds services. where the InJured. If some of the roots are consideration the growth keep the it Involves city clean own even property -

tions that have long since become in- city halls and state houses. With ;received the BIP award presented late Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qulg- lost or Injured in the transplanting of all of Florida: and the spectacular though, I am not ashamed my of my

effective some exceptions these organs of government monthly by the Starke- ley had their Gospel Tabernacle operation, prune the top growth of some sectionsof and will continue them
improving efficiency all along are still run on archaic lines. Bradford County Chamber of for many years until fire of the camellia. plant. he eald. the State, then If you ana- actions
the line. Commerce.In gutted the .structure several Spraying with a wax emulsion lze the business gains and loss- if necessary.
business
management such as big And I do blame the Chamber
Systems the photo above. Rev. years ago Mizell said. "The before transplanting. using mist es of Bradford County over
-Federal is because of their Fair connec-
tax reform removing In- corporations employ, badly Homer Wilson visiting minister building had been somewhat of shade, mulch, and water after the last ten years, keeping In ball
equities and plugging loopholes that: needed." from Andrews. N.C. looks on as an eyesore ever since until transplanting all help to lower mind the time and expense involved tions, for two not startingthe in an at-
have throughout the Rev. R. H. Butler the Calvary Baptist Church took of the C of C, then the rolling years ago
grown years. to note that the first pastor of the the "shock" the plant undergoes tempt to correct this situation,
It is interesting church, receives the award on It In hand. The members of the when transplanted.Dr. batting average over then ten
-Drastic improvement of the qualityand mention of consolidation of city and behalf of the congregation, fromB BIP committee felt that this McElwee said homeowners years Is not too impressive.I shoulders rather than for leave such:It a long all on time.: my

efficiency of state and local. govern- county tax assessing and collecting F. Mizell. chairman of the was a shining example of what ran obtain Bulletin 161-A "GrowIng am not too sure what Mr. I think everyone In Starke

ments. agencies received a thumbs-down from Bradford Improvement Pro men of good faith can accomplish Camellias In Florida". from Soto is trying to prove, unless has the same goal and that is

municipalities in Bradford County gram. for Improvement of the their County Agricultural(/ Agent's it is to credit the Chamber with to help and improve the City
"Vested interests stand in the way even before a study was made to determine "To those who may have for- community." office. more accomplishments than the although they may not always
of action along all these avenues," says records show. the to da
the possible advantages (or As for example Big Dad?? If agree on specific way
Mr. Canham. "Federal housecleaning is
disadvantages) of such action. In contrast sweat-
relatives
a perfectly enormous task the systemis FARMER'SAgain DIARY I had friends or this.My first reaction, to Mr. Solo's -
a resolution has been adopted by r" .. away there on many 90 degree to wonder
letter :
so huge, so overlapping, so hide- at least one public board in Union Coun- summer days with no air-con was
rr been all
"Where have you
bound, so defensive. But the times are commission be He's that to ditioning, I would resent it and
to do
ty asking that a study been told pre- these when the Chamber
for reform if only the last weekend, as In almost ( about it. years
ripe taxpayersmake feel bitter
created to explore the possibilities of vent corrosion of the working needed financial: help and necd-
their wishes sufficiently emphaticto consolidation. The feeling of some of- every one recently we ,. parts, and to save time and And if Bill Soto had backed d it urgently? All the compliments :
had rainy stormy weather, only Dad at the start with some
Congress" which incidently has effort when he will use the mach Big and the "Rally Round
there to be: "We'd betterdo .
ficials seems
this time It Included a tornado of his hard-earned money as
just boosted the salaries of its own before other ine. time The Flag Boys" attitude won'tpay
the job ourselves some alert. It rained cats and many in town did at that ,
members by a whopping $12,500 per and the wind blew Sat- would be one Chamber of Commeicebill.
outsider does it for us. dogs" In Installing a water system at then his enthusiasm
year. urday, and on the following morn- your place it will pay to haveIt tempered an edge with those .
least
revolt apparently isn't on ing place looked as If we And So I would think the
All of the our set up so that the water pump securities worthless today.
Commenting on needed tax reform, had had "blow," as puddlesof C has that Bill Soto could do now is
the campuses of the nation. Although a will be accessible for repairs, as I remember the C of
Mr. .iCanham says: ". the task is tre- they suffered long in silence, tax water stood all over the yard as sooner or later. It will require several thousand Invested, nowa to take out a regular only to business make

mendously complex, since the present have reached the breaking point and it was littered with tree attention. Ours was builtIn .total loss, but this in no way amends membership for his not nonsupport in
is so heavily loaded with special payers branches and limbs. a very snug fashion, and the Involves the present C of C.
system read
holders should begin to but also as amore
previous years
and office .
provisions all with some sort of justification the wall. By Sam McGarverstorms trouble now Is that it takes engineer But I do note that the stocksof concrete evidence of theslncerelty
the handwriting on and Act of the largest work
of
graduate an the two
In the past. It is tempting to So the berry plantings got a Congress to make even simple clothes manufacturers in the of his Chamber of
of the slate totally clear are insisting on basic reforms the all Commerce enthusiasm :now.
think wiping Taxpayers good soaking pastures got such as the one which repairs. United States today Blue Bell
repealing all exemptions, deductions not surface palliatives, and basic the moisture they need for some hit N.Y.C. '. ". and H. D. Lee, are selling at Then his ideas and activities
if full-scale re- time and the woods were wet- i .. would carry mucth! more weight.::
loopholes, and preferences. The result reforms must come a the highest prices in the historyof :
would reduce the taxes of an overwhel- yolt is to be forestalled."It ted down thoroughly thus minimizing Speaking of Acts, there will these companies, so the foreign Respectfully,
the danger of forest fires. Shortly before we moved here, be an important meeting in the competition has not floored William H. SummersBy
We imagine the heavy rains Sam was working In New York courthouse Friday at 4p.m.when
awaxenea: tne "peepers" who usually when It was hit by a 22-Inch special legislation for Bradford
sing a loud chorus aftera snowfall that just about paralyzed County will be discussed at a
rain at this time of year. that city. He remembers 1 : + firs woman's
legislature hearing. In addition a
I Kirk's FinanceEven '* *' crossing the Intersection of Fifth w-
High this will be a good chance to .: j .
Avenue and 42nd St.. one of the meet our new senator, Bob '" ,.,: nllfPrT rIff/ffJ/ (!
Incidentally, we got a kick out busiest In the world normally,
1T1
Saunders, and to discuss various
of seeing the famous picture of and it was deserted as Call matters with him. Wl
Starke's big snow storm on Channel Street In Starke was during a *' *
is true that bond issues would be 4 last week. Some years hurricane several years ago.
for
top leaders in his own partyare Middleton '* ". If you have any requests
talked to Rosier
beginning to take pot shots at Governor the easy way out for the Governor, ago ,we who recalled that famous legislation, the hearing will give Martha Sue McCain

Claude Kirk who has joined the rather than to demand and achieve a freeze. He said that when he The big difference though you a chance to Gene present Shaw them.has .County Extension

increasing list of state agencies and more economic operation of state gov awoke the morning after It, he is that water runs off while you Representative states that no special acts will .. Home Economics Agent

office holders asking for gigantic budget ernment. couldn't "put my breeches on' have to shovel snow and any be introduced at the next session lI

increases for the next biennium. In "The only other alternative Is another because they were frozen solid." old Yankee you meet can tell of the legislature which have not

his recent "state of the state" address increase in taxes under the 'administration ." '.' you that shoveling snow will make been brought out and discussedIn WHAT IS FOOD What should you spend for food?

the Governor appeared to be testingthe of a chief executive who Spring is late this you old in no time'. .'.at all. pulbic first.'* '* It all depends on who you're Guess. it depend on what food
his chances of year. Normally talking to. i 18 to you.TAMALE.
winds as to promoting that
taking office no
vowed before the This Is example
dogwood are out and hearing a good To
a huge bonding program to offset additional taxes would be imposed while azaleas are in full bloom, bu, With Spring on the way, and .01 Democracy in Action, and all vitamins and minerals. One cup cornmeal. 3 cops boilIng .
what is developing into a huge operate of If there are of the the mowing season, Sam crankedup It[ takes to make It meaningfulIs
he was in office. New taxes, course, any latter To a chemist, food Is chemical. water 1% teaspoon salt.
ing deficit, and help him keep his pro- have been enacted less than a year In bloom, we haven't seen them. his mower to stir the con- a good turnout of citizens elements and compounds.To one-third cup chopped onion. Ji
will be ready
that It
"all this and Heaven too' withno But we can't complain, as we traption so who have ideas to present for
mise of chef food is creative
: ago and already the warning signalsare are spared from heavy snow-, when the grass takes to growing.. liscusslon. a cup chopped green pepper.threefourths .
new taxes. flying high with the message that opportunity.To pound ground beet
is needed. a farmer, food Ls a productto 3 tablespoons cooking fat or
much revenue
more
We agree with a recent editorial be grown harvested and sold. 'oil, IVi cups canned tomatoes.
voiced by the Lake City Reporter But what la food to the homemaker '
opinion "Isn't it about time for the Governorto .1 teaspoon salt I'/a teaspoons
when it stated that: "Bond issues come forth with some of those economical Remember. 77 Woods Fires ? You have to find your chili powder.

are not the proper avenue to tra- and efficient business practiceshe .own answer Food can be a Stir cornmeal slowly Into ra-

vel when it comes to financing current pledged to bring to state govern- Reported In method of showing your family pidly boiling salted water. Bring
love for them, the favorite'
levelof your to a boU. Cover and cook for 40
operations of government any ment in his campaign speeches? dishes prepared just so. Or food minutes over boiling water.

government. only is this a highly Alice Mc Garvey Past WeekEleven can be used to punish "un- stirring occasionally.
"It would be a break for the taxpayers -
procedure especially at 25 Years AgoGirls
expensive favorite" dishes! served In a hostile Saute onion green pepper, and.ground
this time when interest rates are so of Florida if only the Governor forest fires which atmosphere. Food may be a. beef in cooking fat or

high but it simply is not good bus would offer some practical business 'burned 40.9 acres In the week method to impress friends or oil and cook until onion is ten
iness practice." practices that would reduce the cost of today have no Idea how bicycle with her long, blonde from Feb. 3-10 have been reported guests. Food can say "TitanIcyou" der and meat Is brown.

operating government and at the same valuable a pair of nylon stockingswere hair nytng. by the Florida. Forest or "Flense." Food can Add tomatoes, salt and chill

The editorial continues: time maintain its needed services. This 25 years ago. Merry said that she the plannedto money Service. be fellowship the time of powder. Cook until heated. Stir
Because the Fourth War Loan to college on
"Certainly, there is no justificationfor was the type of administration that drive in Bradford County was when go Uncle Sam was finished There have been 23 forest day when the family gets together In the cornmeal mixture.
the people today to be saddling talked about before his Food can be courtship Pourinto greased 9x9 Inch baking -
Claude Kirk $45,000 behind In Its quota, Mrs. with 1CThe fires since Jan. 1 this year with
citizens of tomorrow with bonded indebtedness election to office. Tom Grady, owner of the Flo- 62 acres burned, the Service re Your first date< was probablyover pan) and bake at: 400 degrees
Water a cola or coffee. Food can hot oven) for one :hour. Makes
and
benefit Starke Light
when revenue raised i rida Theatre, gave a per City ported. During the same periodIn
of state funds Cheer"at Plant had doubled it power mean drudgery, a job detestedand 6 servings.
is used to for current Better management formance of "Thousands just 1968 there were 23 fires but
bonds pay
by installing 3 passed over 116 quickly\ aspossible. Pour into greased 9x9 Inch
must be achieved if the Ship of Stateis which bonds were admission. output capacity by the acreage burned totaled
operating expenses. to continue its course without cap- Mrs. Jack J. Shea wife of Camp 100!) kilowatt transformers bringing 207.9. baking pan and bake at 400 degrees .
when it is Blanding corporal, donated a pair the total to 600 kilowatts. Food can mean ownership (hot oven) for .one hour.
"There are times neces- sizing in the wake of a taxpayers' revolt the "strictly mine" domain of
of nylon hose to be auctionedto brakes ft servings.
Rainfall continued below aver
sary and proper to finance capital improvements and it is incumbent upon the chief the highest bidder in War More candidates were announcing 50 the housewife. Food can be ee.
compared to the past
with funds obtained by executive, the State Cabinet members Bonds. for county office. O. J. years.age The New River Tower entity, the storage of things. that IF WE DON'T HAVE IT

the sale of bonds. Since taxpayersin and the Legislature to bring this about. Brisk bidding finally gave the Phillips of Lawtey proclaimed reported 1.6 Inches of rainfall, iwlll protect against hardship. we'll !get It for you. Office
the ;years ahead will be using the nylons to Louis Shafldn, local himself in the race for county Louis Hill Tower at Lawtey 1.4
buildings, facilities, etc. that are constructed "After sincere efforts are made to jeweler, for $5,000 In bonds. commissioner from District One. inches and the Santa Fe Towajc ple eat to live. .Food Is satisfaction Bradford Coun
with such money bond issuesin provide the needed services and facilities He generously gave the prize to Eston Brown was a candidatefor 1.5 inches last weelc. County Other people live to eat. Televrsob.'r .
income and it is Mrs. Grady for her $4,000 bid the District 2 seat on the :
whenit under existing average for the week WIllS 1.3
instances can be justified,
Board of Public Instruc
some and she In turn had them County
is determined that present income determined that more money is required auctioned oft again. This time tion. (South Starke and Thressa). Inches. -

does not permit construction. However then and only then should a tax the winner, with a $1,500 bid. Melvin B, Futch of Lawtey, 'sw. "'- .
County for January
even in these instances a go-slow approach increase be considered. But a bond was E. A. Winkler, Temple Ave. who had taught In the county over the last average 50 ;years is 4.33 1 4 -. .-'_
be followed. issue to finance operating expenditures businessman. for 12 years announced that '-
should Inches. The average last month
he himself for the
Along with the bonds for admission was offering .
NEVER.The .
was 2.53 inches, nearly two Inches
the bidding on hose, office of Superintendent of Public
and sales from a booth in the Instruction. He had resignedhis below normal.Spring .

lobby by Mrs. Bess Burns and teaching position and was
Mrs Junius M. Smith the $45, running a saw mill preparing 5 -
000 deficit was almost wipedout. lumber for the defense plants Turkey ;

and the Navy.T .
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Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH C. Chastaln, Incumbent, announced Hunt On TapThe
-. ....... Apparently crime in Bradford that he was running again

Q ii" /;. County was no great problem in for the District 4 (Hampton and Game and Fresh Water '
1944 as Sheriff A. O. Andreu Thressa ) seat of the County Fish Commission! announcedthis Lets's 6& Codingljs&! **
ESTABLISHED IST9 Commission.With .
reported that he had served only week It has been erroneously (
I fr.dhnibfAnd ::: one warrant so far during the rumored there will be no
/ month.In Our Men in Service 0944))
spring turkey .season In 1969 in
Starke Tillman F. Hutto, son of Mr.
God said, "Let therebe agreement was City the Northeast Region.
light" and there was light. Police Chief A. L. Alvarez who and Mrs. L. S. Hutto was pro- I Py Lynn H.imJHon. of Southern Marine
MAT ESsAS reported only two drunks arrested moted to Technical Sergeant and
FLORI -Gen.( 1:3)). According to Major Robert M.
awarded the Air Medal.
during the week. Brantley, Region Manager for
Julian J. Giiffls. ton of Mrs. A new 16-page booklet "Lunker Lore" also) contains
S O a TON Before we prepare to studyor Household Help Wanted advertisements Aneda Grills and late A. J. the Commission, the probable "Lunker Lore," will show you helpful hints on selectingthe
even open a book, we should were offering pay at Giiffls, wrote from somewhere source of the rumor was a misunderstanding how to catch more and bigger right equipment-reds, reels,
affirm that we have God w\"ithin 30 cents per hour for parttimehelp. In Africa that he was serving by persons at- fish by using proper outboard line and lures.
us. Then we will feel God's his fifth year In navy and thought tending recently held public! motor trolling techniques. Depth finders and fish locators -
that he had meetings.The "Lunker Lore" publishedby can play an Importantrole
presence and power in us and been In Africa"almost
E. L. MATTHF.W3. EdUar-Pibiither all around us. With assurance Another member of the Winkler long enough to become a citizen" misunderstanding prob- Evinrude study of Motors motor, is trolling.It a detailed chapter In motor Is devoted trolling to, these so a

Published. each Thursday and entered *. See. d say "Let there be light." Know family, little Merry,was' also ... ably was a result of a proposal tells how and why this has new electronic devices. You'll
Class Matter at the, Pest Office at Slarke, ...ra.. this. Then through conscientious helping Uncle Sam. She wan ,that turkey hunting be closed on become one of the most rewarding also find hints on fishing; a

under Act of March ,,*\ ItT*. meditation thank God for buying 'War Bonds and had just Federal aid to fishing Improvement the Camp Blandlng, Lake But- fishing techniques developed strange lake and how weathercan
light. Pick the book and totaled $1,000, all of which she Is allocated on a basis of ler and Osceola Wildlife Management in recent ;years. affect fishing success.
up
Sab. rapt... !I. trade area: 1 year ....; 0...... through this light there will had earned by selling newspapers total licenses fishermen wlthing Areas. Major Brantley The fully illustrated booklet "Lunker Lore" U: available
the Jacksonville Journaland contains information on by writing EviriruUe Motors,
laid, "This
proposal will In no
trade area: 1 year, tS.M. be understanding and wisdom. the Bradford County Telegraph More a state plus the size of the state. way effect the spring turkey fishing with a plan; locating :\lI1waukee.Vlsconsln., or
The marvel of God's wonderful She was' a well-known licensed fishermen means hunt bigger fish; the balanced fishing from local Evinrude outboard
scheduled this for
more Federal aid for fishing year rig; trolling speeds: ; and dealers.
light dispels all shadows. light hurrying her "
along on
Improvement. March 22 through April 6. 1969 proper boat handling:.

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THE LIBRARY 2:30: p.m. Thursday, (Feb. 10. la, .., .: : ; .. (. :1] :. .

the Raitord, Baptist Church for :

!Raleigh' Dennison, 78, of Rat 9' ;
I r ford who died Tuesday Feb. 11. /t rfi i; t'tj1rJl

JUVENILE CTON Interment was in Mount ZIon tiN l? ctJ

The Calia.. of Bird Cod( Swift Creek Cemetery. :: ; ,

BUI-Parker: *_be1. The Reluctant He Is survived by his widow : I

Racehorse Beatty; So Rosie; two daughters, Mrs. Katharine '.,. ,....... ,. .
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pnla Scroobv: 1 'served Bat Alverez Ralford: and ::);..;.: :0::: _

on: The T .. .&t.er-L&. ;: Mrs. Marilyn Duehne' Chicago "

The Tie Elepnant Gar& HI.; two brothers. Lee 'Dennison .;;
By The Sea.-Baker;: HI. and Roscoe
Held: tf Springfield, MARX'S EPISOOruM. 8
Perrtne Sail: Calypflo GRAHAM: BAPTIST CHURCH ST.
Salt Bo : Dennison, Jacksonville.
Lucy-Storr: On The Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning STARKE fi '
Ic::**: : :t ii:
Band Dune Or gel; The Biff Mrs. B. RobertsonMrs. Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. Sunday emcee Holy 2EoefU: }lji:::;:

Pile of Dirt <-- Clymer: Taacl m.- Rev. Fred Johns pastor. rtot.. 8:30: ajn. Church School $::1; : .,

And The. Jesters McKenzle;: Mary B. Robertson, 89, NEW RIVER BAPTIST 9:45. Family Service. 11. (Holy ::g;:|: The Church is God's appointed agency in tics world 'iHHI! "; f

The Spring Rider Lawson. ;: .of Lawtey, died Friday, Feb. Sunday School 10) a. m. Morn Eucharist. and 3rd Sunday. :::? for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and :i ::

The Family at Caldlcott Place 14, following an extended Illness. trig Worship 11 a. m. Training Morning Prayer. 2nd and 4* 8:::: of His demand for man to respond to that love by WH'' ::

Streatfield; The Closed CircleGerson Law.recce -. She was born in Vidalia, Ca. on Unicn, 7 p. m. Evening Worship Sundays. :::3 Sj loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the .l!HHI {y
Inside The Oate- .
; Oct. 4, 1879 and had lived In 8 m. Wednesday night; service Wednesday :H::: love of Cod no government. or society or way of life ,
stole \p.
; The Night They the area for many years., m. Everyone wel- 7:30: p.m., Lenten Senrke. ;::::: which kid Hill f.so f. '
Josto. Lawtey 7:3U: p. will long persevere and the freedoms we :::
The JUVENILE Alphabet NONFICTIONLight She was a member of the Metiitodlst come-L. L. Parker, pastor. J. Thomas Staab. Hector. #:jj::: dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even iron" mHi ::::

And Electricity' In The Church. 1 11 a selfish point of view, one should support the Church !imp:::!! ::

Atmosphere Redman; 'l"b1JJ1oode Surviving are three grandchildren CHURCH; OF CHRIST. CHURCH OF GOD :jil:::: ED N I; N G for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. ::

0' The Gods-HorsTord: Ms: Mrs. Mary ,Bennett,, Sunday: Bible Study Communion 10 a. m.; 422 N. St. Clair St., Staxke. ::;:: Beyond that however every person should uphold ':IHH ::

Kind of Verse Smith; The ,Lawtey; Jack Darley of Temple,, :'lol'Iinorshlp; and Evening Sunday School 11) a. in. Worship :::::: and participate in the! Church because it tells the truth Im! !! rx
Starke 11 m.
Texas, Ralph Darley, ; Service a. :::
King Snake Eckert: Famous Services. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ::: about man's life death and destiny; the truth which ::
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Jiuttcea of the Supreme Court and Funeral seven services grandchildren.held at services, 6:00.: Worship service 7 m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: ( ::::: alone will set him free to live as a child of God ::
Flynn: Red Rebel Archer: were Wednesday\: p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shoiippe :::::: IN
Bell.
Franklin Delano .Roosevelt 2 p.m. Sunday Feb..16 in Jones p. m. Minister Jack P. pastor. :::!::: ,, \\ T1if PHi ::::
WeU !Memorial Chapel with Rev. ::
Alphabet of Puppy Care- : ;: .Im! ::::
Beautiful! Jink: Madlan; Southeast James Walker officiating In NOUIIISIDE BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH :ijij::1 Imil: :: (;:

Asia-Poole: Phoebe Re- terment was In Long Brand) CHURCH (Highway 100 at Theressa) 8:;:: : 9.1:::::: :.:...
voltBabbitt: The Miracle 01 Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School-10 a. m. ;ii;:::; -- =--- :. : j-H1:! 1;.

Floght Cramer; The Near Funeral Home in charge School, 9:45: a. m. Morning. Warship Morning W01'Ship-ll a. m. :ii:|:: .1

East A lmov; Rainy DayBooks : 10:45: o. m. Training Ua- Training Union-6:30: p. m. -ji::: iif: ,:.nw'....! ..:.:.

Schwartz: Stories from MADISON STREET son 6:45: p. in. Evening Service. WOl'shlp-7:1:5: : p. m. :!: !!
Evening ills!
::
The English and Scottish Bal BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- :jig: To every child there comes a time (/Ii'Ull I""to'Y' .;.:... )" .

. lads Manning-Sanders; Discovering Sunday Feb. 23 Sunday Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Merle : lim,
vices 7:30: p. m. Rev when they\begin) to wonder Where il,
Plants-Klein It Klein: School, 9:43: a. m. Morning Wor p
Packham pastor. i
Tree-Hurd ft Youth Choir practice: FIRST 1'llESBYTERIAN "k nm,
The Blue Heron drip at 11. rFIRST : did I come fromVho made the '
Unusual Aquarium Fish Youth Fellowship Sunday School, 9:45: a.. m. % ::::::1 '
Hurd; 4:30: p. m. ASSEMBLY: OF GOD i'iEt'ER1'0E i.
es-Fletcher. $!upper 5:45: ; Training Union,6:. :Mornir-j Worship 11 a. m.Youth OF STARKE ;g:.j tree? Who made the mountains \ '
:::: 3'
ADULT FICTIONMy WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15; Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir Practice .
YOUNG 15.
Raiford :
West Weldon St. and ::1: \
Favorite Suspense Stories Evening!; Worship 7:30.: : Wednesday p. m. Road ii; ha u desire to j \. mW
YWA meeting. Rev. Robert D. Burch '+ '
-Daly Monday Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. :: know their creator I } S\ ;nml
7:30: p. m. : ." ::
11:00: a: In MorningVoiship: itf !
Sales Tax RevenueUp Tuesday. RA meeting 8:30: R.U'OltDI"nST CHURCH Sunday 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: ::{: "0 GO/> ). ",,"'11, nit, /1111/ Gml; ..'f\, a ', iHm!,....J it
9. m. Schedule ot services: ::;: I
Evangelistic Services.Wednesday \ ;
In January Wednesday Prayer Meeting School, 10 a. m. Worship( 11 a. p. m. 7:00: p.m. Mid : : turllwill!) / 1 xeek flee: my xrml' ,. : 11m,
; : i
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7:30: p. m. Business! Meeting, 8; m. find 7:30: p. m. Training Union r ':
Church Choir Practice 8:30.: 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack week Prayer Meting ''r flli"fe'11"' ,,,t'P. ." r !..ii1!..!.
Tax collections continue to rise Sunbeamsind Pastor: T. E. GllleyBETHEL :.::: ,
Thurs. :Feb. 27 Stolte pastor.. :-: Hm
with onlj part of This lungingfor of
In Florida -
OA's, 3:30: p. m. .
attributed to BAPTIST' CHURCH keantuinatlicerd '" iiiHi :.
being
increase '
the BAPTIST
additional sales tax. TOUT BAPTIST CHURCH..... PINE LEVEL 10 m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m.?; Morn. ::;: of God -houhl, be : : Sat
the ,
School a. ;
Sunday m'l
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and use tax collections Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evening
State sales STARKE
Pre-Ser-
,
:;
Worship 11 a. m. : early ':
: an
for January rose more Band. Young Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Prayer '. 1l1I't' ..A, ''iim i
'Booster '
vices
than 88% over the same montha Sunday' Feb. 23 Sands Service), 6 Meeting 7:30: p. nWednes.: "Tntin "' ,,,1c1111 'the .iim
n
Prayer way .....
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PeopUiincl
year ago, bringing the total School. 9:45: a.m. :Morning Ploy 7 m. day-Rev. J. C. Hesters, pastor. ,,:: I (:c
Worship p.
to 60583425. abip at 11; sermon "Smyrna,, I'. m. Evening ( Wednesday :: lie xliouM,' r/ri;mid ",'"ell he w old, !,
i {:
Service iiliiilli
Midweek fr''
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Of this amount, Bradford The Spiritually Rich Church. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ,
D. D., !!
County received $50,858 (compared Intermediate GA meets at home 7:30: p. m E. R. Bowers. Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday: .$.{ he /I'm11'' dr/Mirf/ .fI'IIm it." ,liH!

to $31,036 a year ago): .of leader, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds. pastor School 11:00: a. m. Morning &: m"j! :r::
Clay County $77,354 ($35,354)and 1215.: Church. Council' meeting Worship 6:00: p. m. Training r.::: Plan .YOU" to attend church ..t. !1i1! ;:

Union County$7,226($4.329). 5:30 p.m. Training Union 6:15.: Grace Baptist Church Union. 7:00: p. m, Evening Wor- ::::: { m!!! -
Comptroller Fred Dickinsonsaid Evening Worship. 7:30: ; sermon Sunday School 10:00: A. M. ship. :::?::: with your family.n .

that only 22% of the increase .'Tha Devil and Job." Morning Worship, 11:00: A. M.Training Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser- %:: cL
III II! 1\1\\\
Monday Youth Choir, 1p.m. Union 6:00: P. M. vices. 1st and 3id Wednesday ij-::: CC A4 S.r..
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could be attributed to Executive Board Meeting. Evening Worship 11:00 Wednesday: A. Id.Prayer night-1:00: p. m, Family nlaht. i::;::: ,.. .. .................. ., ....'. .. ................' ...y.. ....!. ..

the attributed higher the rate rest of sales to "tax a tre-and :New River Baptist Association 7:30: P. M.Meeting, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST :::::::1;: HHHiHHjiHliiHiiiiiHimimmiiiiini1iHmimiiiimHiiiiHii! !! !! !! !!! !!!: : !!! !!! !iimiiHJiiiHJHiiiiHiJHimmHHlninHiiBiiHlHimiii1! !!! !!! !! !1iitHii! m
7:30.
mendous confidence" by the publicin :Tuesday Junior (!)ob'. Sun Rev. Virgil Lovett.. Pastor. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS :::::: :.:.:.:.

our economy. earns. 3:30: p.m.Primary Cfcoir. ((416 East Call St.' :%:::
Sale of gasoline and collection also- GA. 4:15.Wednesday: Services: Priesthood 8:45: ; i11:; 1
of taxes were
gasoline Prayer Meeting, Sunday School 10:00: : Sacra- :|::.
on the upswing. In January of 7 p.m. Church: Choir Practice. FIRST UNITED METHODIST ment 11:00: Branch President, :S:::: I\\
were
this 903,421 gallons
year CHURCH STARKE; 9(54-6278.( /1: ,
sold, upping collections to $63, 7:45.: Sunday .. Church School 9:45a. : Dean Hansen :...: ''I
239 ($50.515 last year); 810,542gallons : Thursday WMU Mission 11. 1j
Worship,
Morning
m.; BAPTISTCHURCH :S:::
LAKE
5 KINGSLEY
rUle church p.m.
Study at
in Clay County, $56.737 ..
MYF Youth Council 5 p. m.; ..
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Adult State Musts .
In Friday -
($54,164) and 210,872 gallons MYF m
6
:
Snack Supper
Union County, $14,761 ($11,997). Festival.! Parkview Baptist MYF Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Traini::;:
Gburcl lake City. 7 pjn. Meeting 6:30: : FreachlngMJsslon. at the Ing Union 10:15: a.m. Morning :::: HURST SHELLSERVICE STARKE 166"SERVICE |
7:30: ; Discussion Group Evening Worship ::;::
Saturday Junior State MusiC Worship 11 a. m. FAULKNER
FFA WeekIs Festival. Parfcview" BaptistChurch J. w. RItch Home, 8:30.MornJ.nr : Bible 7:30 p. m. Mid-week Prayer :$::; |1\\
Morning
.::::
Lake Qty 8:45: a.m. Service, Wednesday 7:30: p. :
Study 10 ajn.; Jr. Girl Scouts ther. :::::, GULF SERVICEAND $
let worship tOoi' ;
Come
W. A. Hogan pastor m. |
964.7231
964-6111 Ph.
Celebrated Preaching Mission. Carl) Hurst Phone Bill Edwards -
3:15: p m. ; -Rev. Allen Price pastor ::g:::
730; Discussion Group at the :::: |
S mo key Says: Tire Tru-ing j
borne of Mra. H. M. Bicharde. SIYRN.lIJSSIONARY: $ ...

Youth" FF"A.is An the theme Opportunity of National for "CAN YOU MEASURE ;' 8:30.: Bible' BAPTIST CHURCH: 'J:11 U-HAUL RENTALSTruck 1 Headlight Adjusting ...1;.
15-22whlch (4erdDV sr 11-flSIN DOLLARS? Tuesday Morning 1 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services i$i:: E'
Feb.
FFA week from \"; 4' 1 Study 10 a. m.: Jr. Girl Scouts : Sunday School 10 a... m. :: Trailer Brake Service j.
students have been \\ r.esauw.awrov .
agriculture wy.e
Mission
; Preaching
iwwrt.eacwnpeera 3:15: p. m.; Training i
Preaching 11 a. m |:
celebrating. -= 'A J.q'Isr. .' A at the Complete Lubrication Balance and
PlAVINtS M lp( Discussion Group Wheel
7:30
: : Evening Worship ::;: I
5:43 in. !
During the week FFA members roaesr STREAM! : Charles Union : p ...-- .
and Mrs.
from the Junior and Senior Brad .. _i 'J ...... home of Mr. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome 'j: Minor Tune-Ups Alignment (
ford Chapters have been talking "-.r.: \ >*.' .S..Y"I' Sawyer. 8:30.Wednesday: -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor gFIRST 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE -:
Bible
1 Morning
and discuss- :rat&, I u 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
: r :
about their projects
: -. I .. 10 a. m.; Preaching ===J. Hiway 301 and 100
ing ideas on WPXE Radio in ,{,to t':':' .- !J.- Study. CHRISTIAN CHURCH; |
Starke. : ; """ (;. ,,:I Mission, 7:30: p. m.: YoungerChildern's Sunday Service: Sunday $: PHONE 964.5899 AU Minor Repairs
l.// ...... Choir Rehearal, 3: 210 S. Temple Starke
The program is on at 12:30: -_ ,, '. ,:;.: j. of School. 9:45:: a. m. Morning Worship $:: Starke
; Group at home 617 N. Temple Ave. -
each day this week. I ''' I' Discussion 10:43: a. m. Evening Serg::
'f--:.'" .,. and Mr'. F. S. Smith. 8:30: :::
"Be sure to support young i j. .' '0--<:ft. Mr. vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service :
;
.ii :-1' BibleStudy
BUILDERS
'
farmers all over the United Sta- \. .;;; Thursday Morning Wednesday, 7:15: p, m. g STARKE
local FFA -.! .' r .'. 10 a.m.: iPreachln minister i ij:::: / LAWSON
fI.y.
tes and support you ; .. -.- .J .', ,.,,-:" Discussion -Charles Reese .... of
WPXEto Mission. 7:30: p. m.: SUPPLIES Inc.
chapters by listening to Y.' ,
hear the view points of young -.--; ; 1"a, group at the Home of Rev. and BAYLESSHIGHWAT! :11 11B !j MEAT MARKETAND :.

FFA members, urges Mike Mrs. D. T. Farabee Jr., 8:30.: : T cmm: 1:1:: OF STARKE, INC.
Friday Older Ch11d4 en'sChoir *' Featuring Ace Hardware
Tew president of the Bradford PREVENTA COLD STORAGEWe
Senior Chapter. Only you can Rehearsal. 3:30: p. m. Sunday School: 10 a.m. Pro :
FOREST FIRE! acting Services, : ..t 11. Tramlnc+ i:g::: Complete Paint Suppliesand Buffet Lunch $1.25 Specialize In Custom Slaughter. .:.:

'Union 8 !p.m.Evening Service, i Srf ::: a
; Midweek Prayer Meeting i::: Sporting Goods 11 A.M.to2 P. M. ing', Cutting and Wrapping-' ::::

Wednesday: 7:30.: (Everyone "" i :::

come. Rev. George E. Cro ;?!: "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze 1

'well' pastor.HAMPTON ....: 219 Washington St. 964.5270FLORIDA 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEPhone f J s
:
: CHRISTIAN : 1 964.7059 sf f

CHURCH :: U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 f

HOW LIKE Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn PALMETTO: STREET 1'.0:.
Ii. EveningWorship :: :-:
ins' Worship at ::
7:30.: .- Rev. Carl :::: f;i
THE MAN Clarke pastor. :::! DAD & BRAD SALES
EST NEW METHOD1;\\1\\

Both the Washington FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MODULAR HOMES
HAMPTON :::: CLEANERSUnder \ j
Monument and the man ONTROL ....
::
Sunday School 10) a. m. Morn ::
z ,, it honors have long ing Worship at 11, Training ::; 24Ft. Wide New OwnershipYour 11

; been admirable Union. 6:30. Wednesday night ::; a OIIAYCM. ca Also 12Ft. Wide 1

Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followedby ::: Certified Master ...i.

examples of strength, choir practice. Starke Nurs ; MOBILE HOMES Cleaner f;

Ir: t4 simplicity, dignity and ing Home service 2:45: p. m. : Dry ;:
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. ;:: Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
539 E. Call St. :
lasting grSatness! To ::: Free Moth-Proofing :.,

'. once again pay special CALVARY BAPTIST : Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand Free Pick-Up and DeUvery j1:
!
'f homage to our great Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ::3 Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320 Ph. 964-5704 11 iY
1
," Worship 11 a.. m. Training 311 N. Temple ..
-
:' general and first Union 6:30: 1 p. m. Evening Service :
; q
III" 'i :t' President, this bank 7::30. Prayer Meeting Wednesday "::
y
7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. ( BRADFORDABSTRACT
will conduct no Butler. pastor. .. WILLIAMSJEWELRY EDWARDS'Grocery

+ business on
CO.
'. DEDAX BAPTIST CHURCH and Market

WASHINGTON'SBIRTHDAY BROOKER

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed i

IKg Worship 11 a. m. Training .
I i i't'r i; Saturday, February 22 Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

vice 730Rev.: Lacy Conway
pastor. BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.


NORTHSIDE BAPTIST 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke

CHURCH Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 PHONE 964.5312 I
FLORIDABANK Located en Bayless Highway !

(OR 225 at RaUord Road
(SR 16)), I CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

Services: Sunday School 10 i
AT STARKE a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship. k Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"

11 a. m.; Training Union, 6:30: Phone 473.4911
-Keystone Heights-
p. m.; Evening '''Service 7:30: ; I
Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
!Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday i.

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group 7:30: Rev. Glenn Lair- j
hon, i
pastor. j ..................... ........................_. .. .................... ..........._.......... ...... .... ............ .. .. .. .. .. .... .....
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r CiflsrrrrrrsflflflflflflNews Rev. George Young pastor, It :will not appear at the FirstBorn Dec. Cigarette
Comedy In'The Impossible Years'Set About celebrating its annual annivervsary. Church of the Living God

terminating Feb. 23. The on Feb. 23 ae previously an Taxes Increase
At Florida This WeekendDavid Colored Citizens pastor and members extend a nounced. They will appear at a
301 Drive-In special Invitation to the communities later date.Cbrrecttost.
r of Lawtey. Waldo, and : Our new paetoi'a Florida 'cities will receive almost -
Niven enlivens the Jane Fonda stars In "Barba- the entire Lake City District. name Is Elder Sammie Covens* $5 million and counties over
far-cut' love- The for Sunday will Elder Sammie Colson. $400,000 when the State Beverage
screen of the :Florida Theatre rella, a futuristic, i t program and not Department
distributes
SHOW planet in : ? I be Morning Service Rev. MelVIn previously slated. some$9,
bizarre :
BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. Sunday-Tuesday. Feb. 16-18. as story set on a as 800,000 in cigarette taxes col-
ADMISSION: Adults> 75e.; Students 60c the square father of a delectable the year 40,000 Kirk Douglas Butler presiding Rev. Leroy > Pleasant Grove Methodist lected In December.
speaker, and many:
Young
Ell WalI'aohstar
Children Under 12 Free delightful 17-year-old daughter Sylva Kosclna and I treats. Afternoon Church: Church School, 10 a.m. Brooker will receive $288Cup
In the "The :Impossible'YeaIlS. In "A Lovely Way To Die. other special each Sunday, with Leo DeSue from $279 a year ago); Hampton
FRI., SAT., SUN. FEB. 21, 22, 23 ." [Douglas portrays a police deflective service! 3 o'clock. Rev. L.AME A. in charge. Visitor always wel- $217 ($290 in 1968)); Keystone
and Allen Chapel
Double Feature Program In the screen version of the who !had disgustedly resigned Sampson come. The MYF win be In Heights. $1,560 ($1,409)); Lake
Broadway play which' played when his basses refuse to Church, and Ebenezer BaptistChurch charge of a Youth DIY program Butler. $1,763 ($1.340): Lawtey,
PARAMOUNT PCTIMS: (Hearts three years Niven and Lola Albright !Step on toee and hit criminals : 2Mr also of Starke. Church on the 4th Sunday Feb. 23. $603 $565: and Starke $7,857
i of God In Unity. Waldo: Elder
: ($6,556)).
ADINODElAliniSwooucncN : star o8S the Klngsley's. hard. White. Evening service Gue&t speaker will be Ronald
Sampson Baptist Of the money going to the counties
flabbergasted parents .of Linda, and Strong tJf Ebenezer
7:30.: The Melodious
their teen-age daughter- at the Church, Lincoln City. The Junior Bradford will receive$278;
Not Quite eoul-ettrrlng, Evangelist Telfare
JANEFONdA of "The impossible yearsIt Choir will also .eing. The Clay, $1,382; Baker, $850, and
apex of Joy.
and the Mighty Clouds Union $1,023. ,
Introduces a stunning new What It Seems Each member Is asked to pay public la Invited to help make. The money collected in Dec-
SEE '- film "find" in Crlstln Ferrare,' this a .success by your presence.Pl'OlP'ar
17-year-old former model for. Movie filming; may not $10.Macedonia Baptist Church: starts at 3 p.m., followed ember the amount was a collected 39.6%Increase in December over
-
BUGHEAININGI =Y-d -y .;'" leading fashion magazines. always be as "racy" as the Annie E. Tyson, daughter of Sunday School! 10 a.m. Morning by refreshments. AME 1967. During all of '68",
I --- = reading < public is led to believe Greater Allen Chapel
we
"After Crlstlna'0 on
.. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tyson Worship at 1!. Afternoon Ser- sale of cigarettes was down
..,..r...-- _. knew that If she could act at all, the screen. Sr.. is a 1965 graduate of RJE vice, 3 o'clock. All member Church Rev. L. A. Sampson about 5.8%, compared with a
lIIIIW'jllllllU.: 'we had our girl," sold director MGM Director Michael High School and recently completed are asked to cooperate by corerfog pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. nationwide decrease of 1.3%,
DAVId HEIi'GS
UOO 11. StewArds
=_ ToGNAn g.r.: PlRAAOJ\P(1l1\! (Michael Gordon "She was both Gordon turned censor in the course la cosmetology out to help finish the job Morning Worship activity at will terminate
nubile and adolescent. On camera the filming of "The Impossible at Santa Fe Junior Col- on our new church. Visitors Rally All
PLUS she proved: to be a natural, Years" showingthis lege and now holds a certificate welcome. Rev. S. M. Daniel at the 6 pm. service. IDS out the obligations. We are
asked to cooper-
Just awkward enough to .be appealing weekend at the Florida of registration. She was pastor. members are working for success.:
KIRK : :* alluring enough' to be Theatre here. recently employed at the Debo- The Excelsior Gospel Stagers ate with the captains In carry- -

GLASJ r/JLOVELV'! marriageable. She is a delight." In one scent in the comedy nair Beauty Salon in Gainesville .

._ sub-teen Darlene CarrIs and is now employed at
svLURKoscmn U/RV Three country and western caught reading the novel Bernice Beauty Shop. The Shop) Pontiac
I films screen at the Florida this Tropical s
ELI WAllACHJ 1 DIEq "Fanny Hill" by her par- Is open for business all day
: TD Friday and Saturday. They are
I ents David Niven and Lola
'"/ Del Friday and Saturday, specializing
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE i nCHMICOLOH j "The Gold Guitar" with
\ 'Hill- Albright in manicuring, styling wigs
.i J"---I Reeves and Roy Drusky.
But can't judge
you a haircutting, and permanents.
:billles In A Haunted House"with book by its cover. Director For appointments please; call
Ferlln Husky and "Nash. Gordon relieved Miss! Carr 9645076. (Adv.) M\\
vile Rebel" starring many of the book then returnedit RECREATION NEWS
Grand Ole Opry performers and with the cover retained. The Falcon girls defeated

FLORIDA THEATRE Tex Ritter But between the covers Carver of Bunnell 23-21. and I
and he had substituted more the boys beat Carver 7928. On ....'
Showing Friday, Saturday,
suitable reading "To Saturday night the Falcons defeated
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Sunday, Feb. 2123:! at 'the 301 Kill a Mocking Bird," Daytona Beach Wildcats

Drive-In Is a double feature. ________ __n___. 9351. The Hawks defeated tho
FRIDAY, SATURDAY FEB. 21, 22 !Semi-Pro Team 11463.

The Recreation basketball

Country Western Round tournament will be held Friday and
-up RECREATION NEWS and Saturday nights, Feb. 28
and March 1, starting at 6 p.m.
The explosive story of a guy with a guitar..and GUTS! City League is being held
each Saturday at 9 ajn. In the
RJE gym. AU ball fans are Invited -
Carp's Extend at halftime 18-13. but Carp's to attend. IN OUR NEW
/ NASHVILLE I I riu Bantam came back to the game by the The Hawks and Falcons will
League end of the third period 2525. play a rematch basketball game ULTRA MODERN FACILITIES
Wins To FourIn Carp's outscored Koch's 12-11 Thursday night at 8 p.m. The '
PONTIAC'S OUT OF THIS WORLD
h In the final period to take the Hawks defeated the Falcons In The Prices on All 69 are

the Bantam Basketball game. Eddie Blalock was :thigh their first game by 5 points. f>
PLUS League last week Carp's Store for Carp'a with 17 points while This should be a. very exciting! '

extended their undefeated record Jim Cissy had 21 points for the game.
A
Can they steal ihe Nashville Sound?-- to four wins, downing losers 1l1We Deal In
\ Carps', William's Jewelry andKoch's Standings: Carp's 4-0: An- NOTICE! 1
GOLD GUITAR Drugs. drews 2-2. Williams 2-2; Koch's Dell Chapter 169 will meet
TIC 4 tonight 8 o'clockin
Thursday) at
The (
first game Tuesday sawAndrew's \l
starring 04.Schedule the Masonic Hall Brown-
on
: Thursday, Feb. 20-
Drugs defeat Koch'sDrugs
Del Reeves Roy DruskyIN Lee St All members are askedto
3220. Koch' Drugs led 3:30 Carp's vs Williams; 4:30: .
FINGER-SNAPPIN' COLOR! at halftime 16-12, but Andrews Andrews vs Koch's. be present and on time. VOLUMEAnd
Drugs came on In the last halfto :Tuesday, Feb. 25 3:30: RJE Founder's Day observance -
take the game. Koch's vs Carp's; 4:30: Andrews has been postponed from
ALSO Sunday, Feb 23, to Friday.
Williams.
Dale Johns, with 16 points led vs
Feb. 28. at 7:30 in the
Andrews while Jim Cissy and SOFTBALL MEETING pjn.
Hillbillies In A Haunted Steve Thomas were high for There wUl be a meeting Tuesday Cafetorlum. Public Invited.

Koch's with 7 points each. February 23, at 7:30: p.m.. ADULT EDUCATION You Get The Savings!
The second game saw Carp'srun at the Starke Recreation Department Space Age Activities call for
HouseWITH past Williams Jewelry 47- (Old Armory) to dLs- fast thinking and reading, and
30. The game was never closeas cuss: the possibility of forminga for that reason one needs to
Carp's roared out to a 32-13 softball association for the cope with these times. Adult
FERLIN HUSKY halftime score purpose of promoting, conduct- classes are being offered at the '
Eddie Blalock led Carp's with Uj.: and operating a programof Voc-Tech Center to help solve 69 Coupe
SUN., MON., TUES. FEB. 23, 24, 25 18 points while Donald Sewell Softball for Bradford County the problem. Adult are invitedto Sports

led all scorers with 23 points and our surrounding area.. register for classes at the

[ The Undergraduates] [ vs. The Over-Thirties! ] for Williams. various centers
On Thursday, February 13,
Williams Jewelry squeezed by Ford Cage Team CHURCH NEWS
2nd
MGM"ISI.1S Andrews Drugs 34-30 as Donald Greater Free Will Baptist I AnniversarySPECIAL
DAVID NIVENInSL' Sewell pumped !In 22 points for Wins Forth Church, Rev. jasper Williams
the winners. Dale Johns led Andrews To Lead pastor: Monday night. Ushers
Drugs with 19 points. Boys Beard No. 2 and Choir No. 3

"THEIMPOSSIBLE Score at the end of the third will rehearse Tuesday night, !
quarter was 23-23, but Williams! Terwillegar Ford Motors madeIt Choir No. 1 rehearsal Wednesday -
Jewelry outscored Andrews ll. four in a row Thursday night. night Prayer Meeting.
YEARS" 7 in the final period to earn the February 13, by downing the Thursday night Ladies Circle
victory Plaza Lodge 43-23. meeting at ihome of Mrs. Malta
Carp's Store won their fourth The Plaza Lodge had a rough Covington. Friday night PraTer -

IOU ALBRIGHT CHAD EVERETT OZZIE NELSON CRISIINA FERRARE HI .PAN/WISlON/ MfmOCOlOR they fought off an Improved age only 7 points while Terwil Mrs Rebecca Allen. The Missionary
Koch's Drugs 3736. Koch's led legar was making 18 points. Department will eel}
Greg Nichols and Robby dinners[ in the kitchen Saturday:
Barksdale led Terwillegar with evening. Sunday School, 9:30: \
12 points each while Ken Carl- a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
ton had 9 points for the losers, Witthe/ : youth in charge.
I GAINESVILLE Business far below his 22 point average. Miss Lola Mae Cuffee will be'
DirectoryAUTO The late game saw Hum Shell the. speaker. Evening service. 0

avenge an earlier loss by downIng p.m.
Southern Discount 47-40. Mt. Pisgah AME Church.

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES !MOBILE HOMES Hurst Shell got off to a 11-6 ____ _0------ '.
and led the
I I first quarter score
BRASINGTONCADILLAC entire game. Plaza 2-2 So. Discount 1-3.
MUSTANG
Billy Myrick was high scorer Hurst, Shell 1-3. Fully Equipped
:
Johnson & Fars Inc.
OLDSMOBILE I i Mobile Homes, Inc. whJe Lonnle Olive had 12 for 'Schedule: Thursday Febru-
SALES SERVICE for Hurst Shell with 16 points ary 20-7 p.m.. Hurst vs Plaza;
Fine Selection of Used Can I I SEEDS PLANTS Gainesville's Discount Mobil the losers. 8:3( p.m. TerwUlegar vs So.
Taken On Cadillac Trades Insecticides- Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Home Sale Lot. Standings: Terwillegar 4-0, LUSCOUUt.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 NEW MOON CAPELLA

I As Low As $100 Down ............... $79
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
CRANE ,| 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 $399

LINCOLN' MERCURY 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047 Per Mo.

Authorized Sale "4 Service "R DOWN AND
I MOTORCYCLES __ __ __
2201 N. Main Ph 372-373 ;MATERNITY WEAR
:
I A
WHEN THERE'S
Crane Imports I YAMAHA BMW SPECIAL REDUCED PRICE INCLUDES

' Volvo:606':' MG E,_UniversityPhone Triumph. I'' FOR :MOTHERSTOBEA I eflde'taHt4 j ,/ .:.: :, .: PUNCTURE Radio Deluxe steering wheel Tinted glass Carpets

FULL LINE OF ( foam cushions Wheel Disc
I 372-4251 l White Wall Tires Custom
Sales .
I I Parts Service '
Lingerie Dresses Slacks
615 W. University 378-2811 IN THE 4 Tutone Paint
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA i I Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits I I i I

EXPECTANTLYYOURS MUSICBALDWIN POCKETBOOK *. SIMILAR BARGAINS AVAILABLE ON

4 wheel drive and car INC. Carolines Bonnevilles Grand Prixs- LeMans Firebirds
Sales Parts Service .

Clean Used Toyotas 70B W. University Onp S.l> .J,C, PIANOS-& ORGANS .
1700 N. Main 376-1266 :"tI CHOICI OF THI ARTISTS .
I '. r PAYMENTS
REQUIRED

Beauty Academy IMochanlcil I mNTPACTORK. -iPJ.am MUSICco, N 0 DOWN NO DUE 'TIL

I Come In and APRIL
G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353 PAYMENT
POWELL'S
E. Hyde Ent. Inc. ,c E get cad In .


Learn Beauty a Profession Academy In Your e Thompson' Refrigeration MOVERSLong e N minute. Large Selection of Clean, Late Model Used Cars in Stock

Spare Time Full or Part Time Serrlee Distance Muring .

219 N.W 10th 378-2766 Heating Air Conditioning Storage Packing C

e Repair on White Appliance Crating Shipping : "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS"I
ELECTRIC MOTORS Free Estimates CallHILL'S
Industrial CombiMtion Service '' 2ni llG z"e

ELECTRIC e Boller Room Sales tc Service .
.
Co. 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville Van Service Inc. 4
Motor Repair Telephone 372-2162 I TROPICAL I
Of Gainesville, Inc. 3540 N.E. Waldo R4. G'vUle .
Repairing Rewinding 372-4271 Call on us when you need help in repay. .
New and Used MEN'S WEAR CHIC
Hth Ph. 378-8318 ing bills. Get cash double-quick, loans t '
2SU N. W. -

Farm and Industrial STAG 'N DRAG PAINT GLASSLIDDELL made on your signature, car, furniture. V TRUCK CENTER
.


Equipment Santa Fe Tractor, .e Arrow Griffin Shirts Salts Florshelm Shoe GLASS PAINT CO. & $25.00 TO $600.00 .* _0 _N T11 T I _A_ 2101 N Mom SrI

-
.
Doors
Farm Tractors FORD ft BnptemenU Formal Rentals Class Tub Enclosures- Mirrors -Sliding Shower Doors- : TOWN FINANCE COMPANY : I eSYile 372 2583Servke

j S Ladles SPOrUwelU'Z .
.
.: USED EQUIPMENT STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Furniture Top Windows $226 >. Temple Ar" Phone 964.7449
Awnings. .
i SALES PART SERVICE Mon. Wed. Fri Til 5:30:
6th 576-2548 and GAINESVILLE MALL 118 N.W. 16th St. 372-811 .......... Dpt Open ,
N.W ..
.' 4489 ....... I, &Thurs.'Til v All Day Saturdoy.

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with rAVROU.or without carbon KNVK1.OTKS.n>|k>?:- IAWTEY r HAMPTlrN Inspection Station To Be Open WatchBand

Bradford County Telegraph + tt

Ph ".-Uu. 11.7 m11m. aSa.eYrr, .> By Mrs. D. g. ma Last Saturday Each MonthBradford's r,>

.... 1'1'_ Calendar
Defense Director Frank :Williams
motor vehicle inspection s 12 MONTHS
PERSONALSMr. who is in
A group of about 17 Methodist station will be open on' Inepecttda FORMAT l
attended : and Mrs. Orvllle Brook tion's operation. The
Church members the last, Saturday In each monthto
Ins recently spent a week in station will be closed on the $1.00
a concert given by the Florida give persons 'who work weekdays .
ti
Plnetta with Mr. and Mrs. BexBrooklns Monday preceding the last Sat-
Choir at the Mrer AllUlMlII<
Southern College & chance to have their
Church 1DOa.1De.svlUe and family.Mr. urday of each month to make
Wesley Methodist vehicles .
Inspected.The
and Mrs Oleo Beden- 1'he1'EI..IWtAPII
up for the extra 'working day.
Wednesday even .
on County Commission okayed
baugh of Deland visited Mr.and Williams said he suggested the
ing of last week. the schedule change (Monday. !:
Mrs Leland Bedeobaugh Change: entirely for the convenience -
the Law
Monday evening aAStarke
On here last weekend. Feb. 3. upon !request of Civil
in the Sub- of the 'public.
MYF took part
A.kCharle7 tey District meeting and banquet in Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams I
'were visitors Thursday to Saturday

tr + Starke..The young people of Highland' Steve In Misner Monticello.of Gainesville RINSTANT\ REPLAY

Baptist Church: will bold a song '
spent Sunday and Monday herewith
E. J service by at a the devotional State Farm by followed the Post Office Receives ...his grandparents Mr. and You Responded YMlt* Ou* GRAVID OPEt1\NG\
Mrs. R. H. Parker.
John.About pastor. Rev. James E. Walker 'Continued Excellence Award'Postal Mrs. P. W. Kelly and Mrs. WE'RE BRUW\ !H!
j on Sunday. Feb. 23. at 3 p.m.. Luther Reel of Winter Haven 'UM BACK !
CHURCH; SCHEDULE Service officer E. D. Pictured also are Robert My.
recent visitorsof
Thill QuetsUen: Grace United Methodist-Sun Huthnance of the JacksonvilleArea rick general mechanic, and John were Mrs. Jim Adkins.George weekend. FUWNY CARS! A/FUEL DRAGSTERS I .

day School 9:45: a.m., Worship is shown presenting to Bullard, custodial employee, by .
L. Roberts. 34, of AI.TEU5\ :
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. MYF at Starke Postmaster T. C. Hazen whose efforts the awards were GASS !.'R$ !
Waldo. who killed in a
"We merchants can take a 7:30: following choir practice at Jr. and his maintenance staff made possible.As train accident: was near Orange SUPESTOCKS! STOCKS!
7 Postmaster General's a result of this action
breath after the rush the ,
deep
of the Christmas season. 'First Baptist: Sunday School "Continued Excellence Award"for Alyrick and Bullard received a Heights last Friday evening Louise *MOD I F \ELO PRODUCT. I IONSSEETH5 I
of Mrs.
was a nephew
Altho inventories 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and outstanding maintenance of quality step increase which Is
our are Hogan of Hampton Lake. Survivors
reduced we now have the 7:30: p.m., Training Union 7:30: the post office building in Starke.In equivalent to three additional. Include his widow two LP4,4 &S, Fuel Diggers fr(wore Flu Ec.Ctwsst'
p.m. Midweek services Wednesday a continuing manner. years of service for pay purposes
risk of loss if anything hap- daughters and two sons, as well
7:30: pm. On Oct. 22, 1966, the same offIce \
pened to 'accounts receivable his father Nathan Robertsof
our as
SUNDAY
records. Would it Church of God: Sunday.school received the Postmaster Postmaster Hazen said that Gainesville. (Mrs. Hogan'a FEB. Z3
10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. General's "Citation of Excellence" -
of
be wise to take this 'brea through the diligence thepostal brother.Mr. ,
and 7:30 YPE Wednesday and on Nov. 18, 1966 the
: p.m.
ther' to square our post. employees and the cooperationof : and Mrs. Don Bush otStarke. GATES opeN 9AM e\MiN| *3.oc
7:30: p.m. Lyndon Johnson "Natural Beauty the general public, Starke \ rioMS 3, PH GCN=RAL ADMISSION
Christmas risks with Mr. and Mrs. Joel R.
insurance policies?" our Highland Baptist: Sunday Citation of Merit" for the excellent has a public building of which Smith ,and family of Jacksonville CH'LDREN' ; UNDER,; ia.:; FRee:;: WITH ADULTS PHONE 318-co1jr.o
School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 condition of the bulld-
: be proud.ThBER.
the community can
and Mrs. H. W. Prlester On) S.tatc. 2ZS
PO 130:1 1646
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir praytlce :(
of Ft. Pierce were Sunday visitors -
*
Charley E. North the
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting o s GainesvtQ!
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald e
JOHNS AGENCY Wednesday 7:30: p.m. of Bartow are visiting !Mrs. Adkins. a.l
Friends of Mrs. H. W. Bennett } F2oda( 32601
regret to bear of the death Wilma Wainwright and other Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks and A.Ltpo2t S1IUEDR j ''t

131 So. Walnut St. of her grandmother. Mrs. Mary relatives In ,this vicinity. family: were dinner guests on
!Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sapp Thursday last week at the
Phone 964-6070 .
Bell Robertson. of Tampa.Mr BY JOYCE STOKES
and Mrs. Jesse Starling and daughter of Jacksonville 0 .. home of her parents. Mr and
were visitors of Mrs. A. C. I SWEETHEART BANQUETThe Mrs. J. L. Dykes in honor of

Pearce during the weekend. Second Annual Sweetheart Mrs. Hicks' birthday.
Miss Arthurine Blanchard of of the Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse of,
GET READY FOR SPRING AT Jacksonville; spent the weekend Baptist Banquet Church was held at 7:30: Bradenton. were overnight visitors
MustangMOBILE
TKiJk Miss Enza Blanchard and Saturday Feb. 15, In the here Monday with Mr. and
JOHNSON & FARIS, GAINESVILLE on Sunday afternoon they visited p.m.Civic Center. The Valentine mo- Mrs. D. E. Hill and Debbie. :

their niece, Mrs. Michael tif was carried out in decorating They were enroute west on a
J. Boydyn and Mr. Boydya in using red and white pot vacation trip to Texas and Cali _

Oa1n4llvllle.; ted plants and camellias. The fornia.
POTTEDGERANIUMS Mr. and Mrs. Ronny McClel- theme used was "Land ofHeart's Ira Chosen father; of Mrs. A. HOMES IN
lan and sons of Sylvania Ga. Desire." Hi- Perry and Gene Chasen of .:

were recent weekend visitors of Rev. James L. Temple servedas Hampton, has been: in the hos- P. O. Box 874

Mr. and Mrs. L. M McCleUan master of ceremonies In the pital In Green Cove Springs U.S. Hwy. 41, North
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McClellan absence of Tommy Cox and introduced for more than a week. Lake City Fla. 32055
and son were Saturday supper the guest speaker Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hawes of Phone (904) 752-2797 5 5

Large Healthy guests. Rev. N. B. Langford Jr. of Des Moines, Iowa who are
i'!- ))1 Mr. and Mrs. Dearl( Bradleyand North Central Baptist Church spending the winter in Gainesville WE AIN'TFOOLIN'

POTTEDPLANTS new son spent Sunday with Gainesville. Special entertain visited here Sunday with
9Y Ii Mr. and Mrs. R L. Bradley.Mr. ment was furnished by Robert Mrs. Hawes' sister Mrs. nor-
and Mrs. Howard Colterof Prlvette of Gainesville. rte) Belle Brows SALEALL

Mindan. Ontario, Canada About 60 young people en

left Monday for a tour of South joyed this occasion. Billy MatthewsWill 1969 MODELS-A FEW 1968 MODELSAT
IN A WIDE Florida before returning to their PERSONALS

CHOICE OF home. They epent a month, in Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Join Staff UNBELIEVEABLE LOW PRICES
Mrs Joyce Futch's apartment
COLORSCa ,here and visited with Mrs. Col. dinner entertained at their with home a last birthday Sunday Of Santa Fe JC '69> 64x12-3 Bedrooms-2. Baths, Carpet $4995.OO

ter's brother-in-law and sister honoring their grandson, LIving Room, Fully Furnished._._ ..
Mr. and Mrs George Tribe. Former Congressman D. R.
Castlen. Fifteen guests '69 1
While here they and the Tribes Patrick (Billy) Matthews will Join the 60x12-3 Bodroomt-11 Baths, fully $4395 00

visited St. Augustine, Stephen enjoyed and this Mrs.happy Tommy occasion.Cox staff of Santa Fe Junior College, Furnished ...__._.OOUhoo_.........-_ ,. .0

Foster Memorial. Silver Springs announce Mr. the birth of a daughter 'Gainesville, as aSocial science '68 I Copello, 60 x 12 4995.00 ,

d and other points of Interest. Deena Lynn on Sunday. Instructor starting with the 3 Bedroom With Carpet........-.....-..
)
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams esring; term President! JosephW.
and son of Atlanta spent Feb. 16, in Alachua General Fsrdyce has announced. '68 New Moon, 60 x 12, 2 BR,

i the. weekend with her mother. Hospital.WUllard Raulerson has Just Matthews was first elected to Raised Front Kitchen and $4895.00$4895.OO

Each yh Mrs. Ed Durban, of Lawtey, returned from a year's service Congress from the 8fh Con Dinningroom Medlterannean Decor ----...
:
: and his mother Mrs. Harvey with the U. S, Army in Viet gressional District in 1952 and

Williams, in Starke. nam, and is spending. a 30dayleave served continoiuly since that '61 60.12-2 BR Mediterranean _.._ 0
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harlev of Mr. and time until the 8th and Stlx! Congressional -
with :his parents.
Bushnell;' spent the weekend herewith will District now servedby
their children and other Mrs.be transferred Dick Raulerson.to Germany He at' Congressman Don Fuqua, '69 43x12-2 BR, FK ____"____._".__... ___ $3295.00..:

combined In 1966. Since
relatives.We were
NeedFertilizing are pleased to see Mrs. the end. and of Mrs.his leave.Mj' Paul. Prescottand that time :Matthews ,has been Many Others To Choose From"You

MARICO Vernon Olin back after an extended family, and Mrs. Wanda serving as admlnstrator! of the Can't Buy Quality For Less"

:. Now! / visit with relatives. Whitman and daughter attended Rural. Community Development Free Delivery A Set Up 150 Miles

JbaZdxS CbiheU BIRTHDAY PARTY funeral services in Tampafor Service U. S. Department ofAgriculture
USE Glennann Crews celebratedher Washington D. C.
PLANT FOOD Ellis Fowler son of the late
11th birthday with a party Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fowler. Prior to starting his political

MAFUCO"Special given by her grandmother Mrs. and a former resident of career with election to the
C. U. Crews. Birthday cake and Brooker. State Legislature In 1935, Matt.

4 dee cream were served to the Michael Leon Castlen TJSN. hews taught school< In Leesburgand

VFormula" little guests after several games of San Francisco Calif., id Orlando, and served as
were played and prizes award- .spending a 14-day leave here' high school principal In New-

ed.Attending with his mother Mrs. Joyce berry,
}
the party with Glen-
Stokes./
ann were Brenda Carter. Ter- -: Patrick W. Cass
., Mr.: and Mrs.
ratEspecially esa Devore, GLennette Crews spending
Plant Food tlen of Jacksonville are
_..u... Llndy Boatwright, Darline Ben several days with Mr. anaMrs. -
"" .ICO.INC.OC.' ...U. nett, Ricky Starling, Jack Sheppard Leroy stokes and family Match This
PreparedFor
::
MARICO HANS" Ronda GrUfis, Tommy and Mr. and Mrs C. L. AfUnson.
This Area. Clayton and DeDe Knight.RAIFORD. .
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25 Ibs. ",198 $274 NettedIn


A&C Dimes Drive

Also Marico 8-8-8 Pellets By Mrs. Earl Dobbs _w
Two events netted $274.00 for
KOU{ YOUR LAWN Our deepest sympathy to Mrs.
the 19G9 March of Dimes Drivein
Raleigh Dennison and Mr. and
Mrs. Don Alvarez and family the past week according to

50 lbs. -- 2.20 in the death of Mr. Dennison J. C. Dukes drive chilrman.,
netted $166.65.
who passed away Monday in. A Bingo game
Richard Jockel, chairman of the
Bradford County Hospital.
.Mrs. BeU Addlson of Jack event, wishes to extend ,to the following mer
sonvUle visited Mrs. Rubye
HATE WEEDS? Yarbrough several days last chants who donated prizes: Denmark \ -

week and attended the Dennison Furniture, Starke Builders
funeral Supply Mrs. Mildred! Fancher, _

GET A HEAD START ON A GREENER lando Mrs.was Nana a Tuesday Tompkins overnight of Or. Dress Carps Department Shop Gem Store Jewelry Leila's Williams -' .

guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jewelry Keystone Jewelry -

WEED-FREE LAWN Dobbs.Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Hall and Department, Candy's Gull Store Station, Dahmer'lS.'Winkler Priest, The lowest priced popular pickup with an 8-foot box. An inside as soft as the outside is tough.

children of Orlando were visit- Appliances. Stump's

,.... Mr and Mrs. Don Alvarea Department Store, Eagles De-
Tuesday and Wednesday. partment Store, Jackson Build-
APPLY SCOTTS ; Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Jones ing Supply, Keystone\! Ceramics _
and son left Monday night for.a and Nancy's Flowers.

I IS'Jtt" few days visit with his mother Team 5 from Bradford Middle
BONUSNOW Mrs. Irene Jones at PenBey School staged a March of Dimes _.--
Farms. road block Saturday and netted : '
-
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Green and $108.10. Students participatingwere 0.=_.=1-" -
f
son of Jacksonville were Sun- Donna: Nelson, Shellee _

day guests of Mrs. Mary Free Smith, Debbie Spengler. Sandra

Bonus ITomllnson' Terri Woods, Kay
.. -f.. man.Wilbur Jones Jr. was iMnored. Lewis Barbara Valinskl and
.......
fallI."' "' .
Kill Off Those *07 r with a surprise birthday supper Debbie Kersey.
weeds aittfttdi at the home of an uncle

Winter Weeds! -/.:. -="" and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Batten at Penney Farms. Those tainlng the guests. r
attending besides his parents Those attending: were Mrs. F k

o.. ....o..s were Ms grandmother Mrs. Farrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irene Jones, Miss Louise Batten Paul Kuehn and nephew Kent
and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Xuehn. Mr. and Mrs. Emory

Jones. Ice cream and cake were Kuehn and daughter and son.
served. ;Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cancer and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl DobM and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
grandsons Mike Dobbs and Rhyne and son of Jacksonville New Chevy Longhorn for biggest camper bodies.
JOHNSON & PARIS Mike OrUfls visited Mr. and :Mr and Mrs. Charles Hhyne

Mrs. Howard Register and family and son all of Jacksonville

in Lake City Saturday alter Mr and Mrs. Richard Furness Only n Chevrolet pickup can tally any popular pick-up. And double- Chevrolet Value Showdown
noon and daughters of BrooksvUls this list of advantages that add up wall steel in vital areas.
ANNIVERSARY and Mr. and Mrs. Tlllman Brad- to more value for your investment: There's much more. (Like the new
224 N.W. 8th Ave. GAINESVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth! J. Par dock of the State Farm. Start with style bold and hand Longhorn model, first pickup designed .

Free Parking On Our Off Street Lot tell of the State Farm celebrated ntie' refreshment table was some newest in the field. Add especially for camper duty.)
their Silver Wedding anniversary decorated in a Valentine theme smoothest pickup( ride the result of I It's all at your Chevrolet dealer's.
Free Parting! On An Off-Street Lot at their home Satur using red camellias and white tough coil springs at all four wheelson Buy now while we're making things

day Feb.' IS. Their daughter. chrysanthemums and red candles most models. Plus the biggest hotter than ever for competition and
Debra Ann assisted In enter- ..la white candle holders. choice of truck 6 and V8 engines in better than ever for you.

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'Conner Named National4H Commends 4.4 In. Rain Santa Fe Tower 3.5 Inches.So 12 noon. WWC. 6 pjn. Evening lag 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
Legion far this month 5.49 inchesof SPEEDVILLE Service at 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
Club Shaw's EffortsAt rain !have been measured. Wednesday night at 8. :Friday
Award WinnerFlorida's Falls OverWeekend Rainfall. was brought almost up night service, 8 pm.The pastor
Commissioner Its regular meeting (Monday to normal with the first big rain By Rosa Hntenliuoa will start a Revival 'Meeting on o *..
of which 4-H members participate.A night American Legion of the year last weekend. February 25 at the Church of
Agricultural Doyle Conner has former 4- H member him- Post 56 voted unanimously to Three forest fires were reported God by Faith. No. 2, at 1000 More people participate In the
the
been named National 4-H Alumni self for five In Bradford and Terrace In East Gaines- outdoor sports than watch
years support House Bill No 92 by the Forest Service which 18th
Award"Winner In recongnltton of County; he served as presidentof No. 12 and commended Rep. Rainfall Saturday and Sunday, reported ,three acres burned Happy birthday to Arthur. ville. Everyone welcome.-Elder spectator sports, and they spend
his staunch of the 4-H Flowers who is In 11'01'BeJo./ more than the price of a sta-
support his 4H club and Feb. 15 'and 16, jumped the Minister
presidentof Gene Shaw "for the fine work Since Jan. 1 this year there Walter Camps pastor;
Club In Florida. with the U. S. Army. dium ticket doing It. The ticketto
program nlng. da.
the Florida chapter of Fu- to county average for the week of McOollie. assistant pastor.
in regards the
you are doing !(have been 27 fires reported
Hutchinson round
M.
Dr. O. Gloria Rebecca fishing pleasureIs
Watkins Dean year
for Also
ture Farmers of America In protection." Feb. 10.16 to 4.16 Inches accord the Pleasant Grove Baptist
consumer same number reported over
Extension Institute Lee McQollle. a $3.00 fishing license.
of Food Bobby
and 1946. During his sophmore year In other action the Post appointed ing to the .Florida Forest Ser sam prlod in 1968. Only 85 acres and have LaRue Church: Sunday School, 10 a.m. . .
Agricultural Sciences. University glad to
In college he elected national We were
was Fel-
11 o'clock.
a committee to study vice. how- Midday Service
have been burned this year
of week-
Florida presented the with us over the
Btrlggler
president of FFA, and to the
and feasibility lowship Hour. 3 Evening
award to Commissioner the advisability ever, to 226 during the same aircraft la p.m.
Conner
Is studying
end. He
Florida House of Representstives. of possible future building Only measureable rain of .the Service. o'clock.. Prayer Meet- .
at State 4-H Day ceremonies at a period :in 1968. .
That same year! the Florida program, and decided to con- week fell those two days, according Georgia.We
the Tampa State Fair last Sat- that Erma Jean
Junior Chamber of Commerce are sorry
tinue financial support of Boys : ; to Forest Service headquarters -
iirrtov.Conner's; national hailed him as one of the fiveoutstanding State and the high:! school on SR100west of When 54,000 persons jam a Smith la In Bradford County WHEN YOU USE AN
recognitionIs look im- Hospital, and wlsU her a speedy
of Flo-
young men stadium, they
football
Starke where .9 Inches were ACCOUNT
the highest honor bestowedon rida. awards program.One licensed ANDREWS CHARGE r
When 460,093 recovery.
measured Saturday and 3.5 Inches pressive.
former members by 4-H. Conner's national 4H re- dollar from the sale of Sunday.The fishermen an equal number of CHURCH NEWS your Prescription Tax Records pkare
Dr. Watkins said. "It is an congnltion carries with It a trip unlicensed fishermen and 151,472 Church of God by: Faith: Wo
license
each $3.00 fishing goes Louis Hill Tower at Law-
appropriate tribute to a man to the Bishop kept for you BY US -
forthcoming National 4-H non-resident fishermen are were glad to (!have our
who has been associated both into a special fishing Improve tey recorded 4.6 Inches for the
Congress in Chicago and a 10- spread thinly on the lakes, rivers with us last Wednesday night
ment fund. This fund Is usedto DRUGSFor
officially and week, highest of the three 'towers ANDREWS
personally with carat littleIs Ms
Mother
gold key, which Conner and streams of Florida, from Ozark. Ala. Also
young people and youth manage and ImproveFlorlda'sfresh The New River Tower 't, sf i /l t
declared
programs he would Jacksonville. Sunday
proudly wear. said about It. Matthew. Dial 964-7170
Fast Delivery
all his life," Dr. Watkins added. water.fishing.. measured 4.4 Inches and> the School. 10:30: a.m. Bible Class. .
Florida's 7th Commissioner of
Agriculture. Conner was electedto
the office in 1960 at the age
of 30, and has been re-elected
twice since In 1964, and againin SAVE 4 TL1k
1966. He had previously servedin
the Florida House of Repre- YOU CAN SAVE
sentatives. At the age of 28
he became the youngest Speakerof
the House of Representativesever
to serve In the Florida NOW

Legislature.Commissioner Conner was recently -:
named Florida's Out-
standing Man of Agriculture for ALL WEEK.
er"1968 magazine.In by the "Progressive. Farm-

spite of his heavy scheduleas .
Commissioner, Conner finds

time scholarships He has to founded promote and youth youth furnished agricultural activities.prize SO siOtl. S On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed., Feb. 26th

money for fairs and shows in

I I ., .Con ASTO.limit/ On.with$5."Food Order...Iudl". CI..,."... Half ooh CLODOX...Limit Two ",/S5.food Order Including CI.o,."... Quantity. R.ghts Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday, Feb. 20-26
.. .... .
WIX N oIMI.STD. COIYRIO" .. .

CITIZENSAt SENIOR Coffee 49< Bleach. 29< THRIFTY MAID or

. . .

.- IV- ,,,, Olonr WHITI, 1LUI OR COLD WATIH AKHOW..Limit On.Detergent DIXIE CRYSTALDetergent
.1 I your chol e w/S.Peed Order Including Clgar.H.l 11-01. CHACKIN'OOOD ASSORTID FLAVORS

ing, Feb.our St.11. Valentines Bob Hughes Meet-and Cookies
Helena Thurston were crowned 49 4/l.1
King and Queen of Hearts. Old
time love songs were sung and
color added by the heart motif Dint CHIIK...limit One Detergent el your choice", /S5. reed Ord.
members. Including CI..,."... SUPEHBRANO GRADE VVFUESH FLA. All WHITE
worn by our

paring Senior entries Citizens for are the busy Bradford pre- L

County* Fair. This year we will Detergent 59 g e. EggsDoz.55
combine our efforts with the Recreation Limit I Sugar of your choice
Dept. Arts and Crafts. with" $5.00 or more purchase
Our Library Committee has excluding cigarettes.
been Informed by Mrs. Martha Ne Tt: VAN CAMPS PORK No-i Cen THRIFTY MAID SlICID CRUSHIC No. 300 Cen VAN CAMPS KIDNIY
Minx that paperback books in i : : 39
good condition could be used in Beans. .. ... ..4/l. Pineapple. .. .4/l. Beans.. . ..6/l. f

the Library's exhibit. Anybooksthat 12....THRIFTY MAID 4-o..THRIFTY MAID No. 303 Cen RIAL SOUTHIRN WHITI

cepted.A needed are. would lying be around gratefully and ac-not Catsup... .. .. .6/l. Fruit Drinks 4/$1. Acre Peas..4/l. S BAG IB.

"Get Well" message was 3-Roll Pke. ARROW No. 303 Cen THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA (.OI, noDLI FADDLI
sent to Mrs. Lisa Hanson of Bath Tissue
Melrose. We are happy to rePOrt 5/$1. Tomotoes..6/$1. Candy. .. .. .. 3/l.
that she has returned home Jumbo ARROW PAPIR No.303 c... ITOKILY SMALL WHOLI

from this Bradford date. -County Hospitalat Towels..... .'a.4/$1. Gr. Beans.. 4/l.1 USDA CHOICI W-D SAND CORN PlO ROUND eONI SMOUIOIR R USDA CHOICI W-D RAND CORN FID SIRLOIN CIO er TOP ROUND'

moved Alex and into Emma their Morton new Mobile have ROAST. 89* STEAK. $119 1 1USDA
Home at Westmoreland Trailer SUNNYLAND LB'
themgoodheatlthand . ,a.
We wish
fark.
luck In the years to come. SMOKED SHOULDER CHOICI W-D JRAND CORN FID IONILISS DILMONICO USDA CHOICI W-D RAND CORN FID TONI

costs The is rise a between cause for income alarm.In and. STEAK T

the good old days, it was $ ,a. STEAK ,..TUSOA 1
.
considered wise to save for one's . .
old age. Those who didn't were CHOICI W-D RAND CORN FID CHUCK USDA CMokl W-D HAND CORN FID eONUISS TOP SIRLOIN

considered careless. to Yet be today spendthrifts, we sen-or : $ 39

iors, who have followed that rule, STEAK LB68STEAK..LB. I IUS
find our savings drastically: reduced .
by rising costs of Inflation ,
CNOICI WD STAND COIND
CALIFORNIA(
One wonders whether nose wno W-D STAND LEAN

better spent all off. they Credit earned buying are seemsto not ROAST. 79* : : LB.
BEEF. 3 Ti 1 1USDA
be use the it thing and these throw days it away, buyIt i LB. PKG.

if one bought U. S. Savings Bondsin I % CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
the last decade, he finds that
the interest paid and part of LB.
the orglnlal Investment has been
eaten away by the dizzy spiralof
inflation. It is reported that CHUCKROAST5&HIACRES
the cost of living will rise at
least 3.5. per cent or more
In 1969. Where this will end
Is a problem and certainly does
not help the peace of mind of '.iI.. THUNOIRIOLT CHUNKIII tMAOID JINO'S SAUSAGI OR CHIISI

senior comes.small citizens pensions and and others fixed livingon in- SHRIMP $1.99 PIZZA PIE 79< DELICIOUSStrawberries

We anxiously await decisionsby 4-01. ORANOI DIXIANA Poly laei Collardi.Mu.tord or Turnip w root

can the only Nixon hope Administration for some kind and of JUICE 6/$1.19 GREENS 3/l. 3

solution to this financial dil-
PINTS
I-Ik. tee. FROZIN SHOESTRING t0-o. ASTOR TART or FOROHOOK
emma.
We meet again on Feb. 25
POTATOES3/S1
at the Recreation Center at f LIMAS..4$1.Plntt .
p.m. and will be glad to see you.
RICH'S COFFII MRS. SMITH'S COCONUT LIMON MIRINOUI' OR
--Joe Kerrigan < FRISH FIRM HIADS U. S. No. 1 OA. RIO SWAT
RICH 4/l. APPLE PIE I 59
. *
Lerf. Site IIRDSIYICOOL k..14MOII'ON"ONIY Cabbage..2 HEADS 29 P 0tatoese..e4 BLG 69

1,229 Bradford WHIP I 2/l. BUNS 29< YOU NO, TINOIR U.S.No.1 YUIOW..13( -Ib. 0..331)
e . .
Residents Receive Pole I Beans 2 LBS. 49* Onions .5 BAG 39

Checks
Welfare GOLDEN RIPE
FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM U. S. No.IIIUSSIT BAKING

from Public Receiving,the Welfare state financial during Department assistance January of 1 Corn..5 EARS 49* Potatoes..10 BAG 79'

were 1.229 Bradford County LAROI FRISH HIAOS WASHINGTON STATE IXTRA FANCY OOLDIN OR DILICIOUSHEADS ,
residents, 1.124 Clay County BANANAS Lb. *

residents.In residents. and 428 Union County Lettuce..2 39 Red Apples. ,.. 29

Bradford County this ....... .. ....r........................... ...............................
amounted to $46.076, in Clay to r. : r -EXTRA :' : : GOOD LUCK (Qtrs ) Plus 100 Extra StompsMARGARINE

,$31.569.State-wide and,In checks Union to totaling 17515. :: I I EXTAEXTRA.dx.._.GREEN....'A_STAMPS...... _... : I I A..*....GREEN.........."STAMPS........... :: I .I I dN: GREEN. STAMPS .: I XLTT.KPXV ON_.GREEN. _STAMPS..r :: I 1 EXTRA 4:A'..GREEN. STAMPS.. :.
: PS. OP .w".U..D 'F] .U..Y ''OU'D [ o..S.u. 0..0. I
$8.204.640 went to 274,448 per. i a.LO. W a..A1e ".N pice op R P T eiT* 1.., CMOPT.O.Rr : Plum : ; UtOA CMOICK eOM LKef :
with $6,488,468 being paid : Ground Beef : A PI.., Shells.. .. : I't Steakettei :' UOD 7MRY n.. U : Beef Roast :
sons :i .. .goo TNRU r... I. ..oa N. / .. : o' .oeo TMKU.... R R .. 000 .MU n. .. ,
and
Federal matching funds /. 0 /a I' ...
by the remainder by the State i....;._.. ...::: :::: :.:.....i..........a :. ::: .::::.:..... ......... a.'..::::..::.::..... i"I "......_....:: '..':_':;..... .........._e "'_ .............................
I

:. 1 I I EXTR dL GREEN STAMPS<1 :: I EXTRAEXTRA d7J GIIEEWN STAMP ::'I,i I dyL !a .Hi STAMPS ::;: 1 I EXTRA dA GREEN..':_STAMPS. i:: I EXTRA dy:',.GREEN,.,..... STAMPS....,h... ::: I ( EXTRJ4j dp''_.GREEN,.. STAMPS. ,. :: $
1 ....__ __ ...._ -- 5
i _
'WO'I'fCIJ II&GISTER! or rx FIQr1T1006'Allen 'rw.TtoxTO j wefl TWO* row.* + o.M. :. ra.a. .0.... .0"'1N 11 I I.' ARROW 1 I.or TILC, OfttTeCleaner '.((1 I.'o. paLRTTe 0:111 .TN'v...1..U oeo LUCK.DI.' 1 LB. 1
: : .., .N"" Foil W Pimento Cheese
'W Aluminum : d7. .. :. .: Margarine' : PKGS
Notice I. .bd.ea that thaunder.Urned. j Whit'Acr. Peal.: '!.. lutt.r& ."y Flt*: eooo TMHU pie. !. eooo THitu p'o RIO coo .MRU r.. .. ,00".UPC'.a. ;
undo tbe o.-.rl.- I!t q ._. : .000 TNRY R6 .e ._... : ... : .. .. P II ...... ..
Ion of "Iorlda.of' Chapter Aet& JOlin of IS/t LawS. .t:._.........d'........,...TMNU..,......PIt..........::. :......e4...::...:.:.;:.......::..............."M'.............. ;.................."ow..."....................................:.......................d...r.....::

CircuityCourt.. tIn anSrf r HrsddJ : Vt
eel.t ford of Ccuntr.Oreof Florida.of DubUeatloa uDon r ofthin

of a\.hlela\11a144 WeJl.notice J N.am EI.ctrlo Thou.naeeI the D fictitious Oa B.FVia 1.JSL t..ula.'und.r name....k.. We Give GREEN STAMPS

4v11
"aYD' a. XIIUaeY. JO' N. or-. '
sage 8'8tark.., ria. 801. owaorD.t.d !!
this Ire day of..7.brs10,4 1Irlo4.or.

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!. The Circuit Crart Of. lnt or Petition. Florida. '.n It '.111 Jacksonville..maeuter:
hall not be liable In damagesto strument purporting to be a Codicil
... "
Judicial / WITNESS my hand and the) 3-13 it: '-10
klichtii IS :x 58 Serial No. F261
or persons named theretohave been admitted -
any person
THERESSABy Florida !. A*.. F.r al or said Court on Februray therein arising solely from publlclatlon to probate In thle Court. will be sold at public sale at .
Cvanlr. Cue; ISo.Oeor lf 9. of this notice. You are commanded within 1:00 P. M. o'clock on the 17th .
&. P. Hadldon. "-" ) T9> WHOM IT" MA.* NCM5 RHc General Motor. Acceptance six calendar, months from the day of February. 1969. at In
r. Dorothy: M. liadldon Charles A. Darby I. Tae C..ty .....'. c.... You are hereby notified that. Corporation.By date of the first publication I of front of the Bradford County
Dorothy Mills .nt. ) Cleric Ot Said Court O* B..4f.r4 Commtr Fl.rldaIn the following motor vehicle: J. W. Vickery this Notice to appear In this) Telegraph/ office Stnrko, Fin.
Phone 473-4518 NOTICE' OP SUIT S-Beaulah M. Moody The Matter Of: 1DS8 Chevrolet Imp. ID No. 1800 North Main Court and show cause If any: The proceeds of the Halo will no
TO: Dorothy M. Hadldonc Deputy Clerk The Estate Of Malcolm Pew.a11. .- K489SD176811' will bo sold at Gainesville Florida why the action of thin applied to the payment of tbs
of Clare Hotel.' Room Jflrst Publications February Deceased. Public Sale at. 10 AM o'clock on It C-Z9 you Court can In admitting the Will and cost of retaking, storing and
I ". Of Final He- 11th of February. 1&19U. home, and tbs
1014 Minor Avenue Notice Ot Filing the day Codicil thereto to probato sale of said mobile
Seattle, Washington 18104 I.U it 1.9 turns And Intention To Apply at Baldwin Chevrolet. Inc.; should not stand unrevoked. cost of publication of notice of
Hope Baptist Church You Are Hereby Nutlfled w For Discharge Stnrke Florid. !. The font Judge's Court Theron A. Yawn, sale and then to the satisfactionof
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning an action for divorce has Com"r WOTICISThe Notice I. hereby given that. The proceeds of the sale win tm Asid. For Bradford Cast. Countr Judge Bradford County. the balance due under the
lied against you and ; Bradford County Board at the Executor of the .b<>"epo. be applied to the first paymentof KlorMaFile Florida.First. contract, covering the financing
Worship, 11; Training UnIon required to serve a copy of : mmt.doners. : will re- tloned estate. has filed Its final the Costa of retaking, storing N.. Published On: February of said mobile home. Any surplus -
6:30 p.m. Evening Wor written defen"... If any. Monday. March report and Petition for FinalTtlncharira and sale of salt motor vehicle In Re: Estate OfWADDELT. will be paid to you. and
; bids U8.
: on of the cost of publication of A. WAt-tACT?. SR., remain liable for any:!
on Elsie 8. Sanders 10:00 A.M. from all Rxerutor: and the ,.:, tt '.13 you will
ship 7:15 Wednesday evening .. 1969 at : the De
: ; for Plaintiff whose Service for the pre- Estate of Malcolm Pownall. De- notice of sale and then to -k W. A. WALLACE. balance remaining unpaid under
Prayer Service, 7:30: with choir 142 West ) the 1970 Bradford eeasedt and th.t..n the 17th. satisfaction of the balance due ceased. .said contract.
Caflle the of
afterward. F-orlda. and Roll and all related day of March 1.8. will applyto under the contract with Arleno NOTICE OF PROBATB NOT1CK OF 8.n.1I7 First National Bank at Winter
practice With the Clerk of the Tax: Board reserves the the Conntv Judge of Bradford P. Rowell. P. O. Box 1\12. Starke. THE STATE OF FLORIDATo "'al Elwyn W. Marceau Sr. Park
New Life Bible Club styled Court on or before The and all bids. County. Florida for approval Florida covering the financingof All Persons Interested In Celia Brlfrgs" Marceau By: R. D. Barnett
Bible n. 1969. otherwise a to rejeot any of said final report and said motor vehicle. Any surplus The Estate Of The Above Named Purchaser R. D. Barnett. Senior Vice
Meetings of the New Life against ( ) Darby. final dlirchsrva ... Executor of will be paid to you and you Decedent: Savage Mobile Homes. Starke. President P. O. Box 1000. Win-
Club for students in grades may be entered demanded In the) Charles A. the Last Will and Testament of will remain liable for any balance You are notified that a written Florida, let Park. Florida.,
afternoon the relief Clerk of The Circuit Court Malcolm Pownall. Decea. ..ed. remaining" unpaid under Instrument purporting to be You are hereby notified that 1i :.:0
1-6 are held each Monday County: of Bradford. State of The Florida National Bank Of said tr.ch.lh nowrpapexpublishing the Last Will I and Testament of the following mobile home -
after school in the mobile"Children's : notice of sale the decedent and a written In. 196 Sliver State Mobile Homo
Chapel" at Hope
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Baptist Church. -------------------------------------'r----------------------------------

s FLORIDA GRADE A'
sympathy of the community is II I I


Dodd extended Mrs.and to Dodd's family Rev. father and in Mrs.the Arthur deathof Fred I 1 II \Ve sell only I I 1


died Thursday, FOOD
Marwick, who I 11
Feb. 13. Funeral services were S I I

held Saturday Heights.afternoon at Keystone I I U.S.D.A.. I I


Personals ; I
Mr. and Mrs. Percy SullivanJr. I II -. I
and son, and Mr. and Mrs. :

Marshall mosassa Springs Strickland Sunday.visited lo-! I I I Choice I \ ...... .#.I" J' I FAIRSUPERMARKETS .1

Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and Mrs. I


on Pat Mr.business Thornton and Thursday Mrs.were P.Gainesville afternoon.C. Mabry 1 SI'1 1 beef steaks i

spent last Wednesday at Day- I
tona. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan and roasts.
of Palatka visited his parents, I I I
Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Sull
II
ivan; their son, Percy Jr. and I I
family; and her sister and bro- I II I
ther, Miss Dorothy Mills and I I

Harold Mills, Sunday. I II. FOOD FAIR I II

Mrs. Rodney Hansen and Mrs ..QlJAUtV.: Merchants I
Rhoda Dampier were in Gain. E I FREE TOOl I
U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE
visiting! I oeealAaea
esville Sunday evening I
ell
friends in Alachua General Hose I I
1j
pital. I
Mr. and Mr*. C. S. Burton attended I ttLIi1IH; I I
the GaspariUa celebra I I ,
tion at Tampa on Thursday. j WHOLE BAGGED I I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dampier L B I THRU WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26th. I

visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I SAVE 1OI LB I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Zeigler! in Gainesville Saturday I I I I
evening! ; I


A large group of young people
from Hope Baptist Church
AZALEA BRAND
enjoyed a weiner roast at the FRESH PORKSHOULDER LEAN FRESH FYNE-TASTE PANTRY PRIDE .

IjYldaJ1 Theressa; : evening.Community Besides House hot last dog GROUND SLICED PURE PORK SKINLESSFRANKS

and roasted marshmallows the

young people enjoyed a volleyball ROAST
game. BEEF BACON SAUSAGE

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan VACPAK12o
returned Sunday after spending
a while at their borne in Mir PICNIC 2 LBROLL PK6

ami. STYLE

Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and

:Mrs. Shi Smith were in Jackson-
ville Saturday afternoon ;to attend -
the funeral of Mrs. Mae

Thornton, mother of Pat Thorn-
69< ELSEWHERE
ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Mills SLICED PREPARED FOODS BYGREENDELL HEAT AND SERVE

Jr., and children of Atlantic SOLID FRIED FISH
Beach were Sunday visitors of AMERICAN NEUMANN'SMAYONNAISE
his father, Harold Mills, ud< If IEIFJ
aunt. Miss, Dorothy :Hills.Is OLEO !/ STEW OR
CHEESE STUFFED
---
trrvr PEPPERS
GOLDEN BROWN
The Eighth JadleUI preen
!. And for Bradford C..a.y( eery
Florid.. 1.391
JOHN LEE CONDREY. Plain$ 2 89 32oz
tiff. va EUGENIA WOOLVERTON .
CONDHEY. Defendant JAR
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO:: EUGENIA WOOLVER-
TON CONDREY.
B44 Taney Avenue.
Brookvllle. Alexandria. Vlr nl..
You Are Hereby Notified that
.a suit has been brought against EVERY DAY IPW'
you In the Circuit Court for PACKER'S LABEL NOT LARGI NOT GIANT
Bradford County. Florida by RIPPLE PRICESSAVE HAMPSTEAD KLEENEX
John Lee Condrey for divorce*, KING SIZE
and you are hereby required to
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Clay Electric to-op Announces Indians

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HEIGHTS --- MELROSE
Annual Essay-Writing Competition Win 69-63



-- An aU-expenae-pald rural electric neatness 10 per cent; and

A. R. Mar- ick .. youth tour to Washington, grammar 10 per cent. Over BellJeff
Keystone Hilites t)>. C. will be awarded to win The contest is open to high

Services HeldIn NEWS NOTES aene of an essay-writing. contest school Juniors only, and the application -
sponsored by Clay Electric
deadline Is. February
By JIM FOX Keystone Hta. By' Helen Elm Cooperative. of Keystone 21. Deadline for submitting Batts pulled the trigger

Picas Phone in Your Items 473-1 MRWOMAN'S Heights. completed essays is April 14. for Keystone with nine pointsIn
Arthur R. 'M&rwlclE. 83. dIed E. T. Martin general man. .Finalists" will be selected to the first period. firing the In-
''Thursday, Feb. 13. at Ms horn FELLOWSHIP CLUB ager of the co-op said that all appear in person for interviews dines to a. 6-63! victory' over

CLUB Aruba. In Keystone Heights After aa :The Keystone Heights Fellowship 'nigh school Junior In the are* by a committee of judges Bell In the KHS gym Monday

The monthly luncheon meetingof Col. Hal Phelps Is a patientin extended illness / Club !held its monthly covered E. T. MartiniiiiTiiii served by Clay: Electric are Local contest winners will night.
the Woman's Club, on Tuesday the V A Hospital in Gain- He 'Was born in Tontagany.: dish luncheon on Thursday eligible to enter. Local winners (travel by air to Washington D. The Indians, behind Baits' 19!

Feb. 25, will be a very esville. We certainly hope that Ohio on July 22, 1886. Prior to Feb. 13, in the Masonic' will join .the other winnersof p.. where they will spend five points, and with a decisive edge
special occasion as the mem- his health Improves and that he coming to Keystone Heights five similar contests sponsoredby days visiting places of historical In rebounding strength, pulledto
bers are to be honored by a visit will be able to return home and years ago, he :was manager ot Hall.Forty- seven members and other electric co-ops across Interest and seeing the na.tion' a IS.point margin in thethird
from Mrs. Thomas Harrison to the golf course soon. the Juniper Springs recreationarea guests enjoyed the luncheon and ; Florida. on the 1969 tour. All expenses "government In action.'* quarter. Bell kept whittling -
State President of the Florida Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Ottingerare in the Ocala National the interesting presentation of of the five-day trip to On Wednesday June 11, the the lead down but time
Federation of Woman's Club entertaining Mrs. Ottinger's Forest, and at one time was rehabilitation and religious program the nation's capital will be paid group will meet approximately' ran out on the. Bulldogs.In .

There will be a reception for uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. manager of YMCA Camp Zm- at the Ralford State Prison by Clay Electric, Martin said 1.000 young people from 30 addition to Batts, Gary Le-
Mrs. Harrison at 12 noon and Archie Burnett, of West Heli- mokalee on Brooklyn Lake. by Rev. E. F. Mayton and By Joyce Howe Contest entrants will be required states for a program coordinated !no. who scored 13 of his IS

the luncheon will be served at fax Vt., this week. Mr.Marwick was a member of. his. wife, who recently retired ., to submit a 500-word ee- by the National Rural points In the third quarter, and]
12:30. She will be the guest Misses Kathy and Laurie the Community Church of Key. from: service at the prison. The cay on their choice of five sub Electric Cooperative Man and BUly Wolfe, with 11, tallied In

speaker for the day. It Is honed Wharton entertained friends witha stone Heights, a York and Scot. The Maytons were introducedby thank members jects pertaining to rural electrification. : the Rural Electrification: Administration. the double figures for Keystone.)
that all members will be present Valentine party at their par- USD Rite Mason, end a mem. Julius Hanson. X would like to Resource materials A fun-filled shliu But David. Halter's 23 points

for this special meeting. ent's home on Lake Brooklyn last :her of Morln star Masonlo. This. meeting being on the day' of the Melrose! for VolunteerFire helping are available from the co-op dig" will climax the day'a" for Bell was tops In the game.
Friday evening. The guests who of Oca.la.SurvlvInlf Department office events. Edwin Hatcher's 19 and RickyHalter's
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Lodge before Valentine Day. Mrs.Ethel out of con or by writing to Clay
The Duplicate Bridge Club were present to enjoy the re- are. his wife Mae Weyman past president,. trol fight at a fire that. house got last .week. Electric at Keystone Heights.In This Is the fifth year thai 10 points, kept Bell in

sponsored by the Keystone Heights freshments games and dancing :B. Marwlck, Keystone Heights: arranged for the table decor. These men my left their Jobs and care of the Power Use De Clay Electric. ,Has, sponsored ad the game. win puts the Indians .
Woman's Club included Paul and Curtis Wagner four daughters. Mrs. Wesley' tions. She sent red and white partment. essay contest. Included among Keystone's
meets someone
every Lisa Eland, Kathy Justiss, Mrs. Fred homes to come help Essays will be last winners two above the .500 mark with
Monday evening at 7:30: in the Knadle. Jacksonville; camellias; for the speaker's else. If you think no one cares Judged on the year's were ,n.
clubhouse. Tommy Smart, Virgil Cooey, Dodd, Ke'YfIooneMrs.; (/ Bert Pas- table, which were arranged in think again. t>asI.s of: knowledge of subject. Keystone High School contest a. record.:
his neighbor,
for
Last week's winners were as Nora Nooney, Teresa Baker, Susie hay and Mrs. Henry F. Swansea\ the shape of a. heart. Dotted These men should be commended 40 per cent: originality. 30 perCent ants. Lynn; Jordan and John ADDING MACHINES: Man.ual .

follows: First place with 74 Passwater, Sharon Sayer, both of Orlando; one sister. along the center of the guest for the work they do. ; composition 10 per cent; McGrath.: or electric For sale
Cindy Bell, and Chuck Banberg. or
1/2 points Mr. and Mrs. Fre- Mr. and Mrs. George Pope, Miss /Marie Maxwlck. Winter: tables were red and white single There have been. lot of rent. Add subtract, credit ha!.

mont Tolles; second place with of Deal, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Park: 16 grandchildren, and six blossom birthdays this month. ..."'" ..,-..,...:": ,. :."".,,,... ance. Bradford County Tele
President HaUman
Vice A. P
57 points, Mrs. Heptinstal and great-grandchildren. daughter of -
Henry Caul of Somerville N.J. Susie Graham,
,
Mrs. Magnus; third place with and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kleln- Funeral services were field at conducted the business meeting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Graham

53 points, Mr. and Mrs. Albert dienst of Stillwater. N.J. have 2:30: p.m. Saturday Feb. 15, la in the absence of the president celebrated on Feb. 2, and Laura. --C\ VOICE of the ,

Bachmann; and fourth place with been recent guests of Mr. Jones Chapel Keystone Heights, Mrs. William Beam Sr., who Moore, daughter of the Richard '"" rijtrr
52 1/2 points, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. J. Sullivan of Nel- iwith Rev. Leon F, MIlner and was vacationing with her husband Moores, was honored on Feb. 7. \ SPORTSMAN
Hardv. Merle Packham officiating. in South Florida. Treasurer of Mr. and
son's Point during the past two Rev. Robert Isgette, son
Julius Hanson financial ...-: \. '.,
ST. WILLIAM'SThe weeks. Masonic rites were conferred at gave a Mrs. Bill Mosier, celebrated his : Hy MIKE CIIITTY ,

Catholic Council will meet UnS"unday afternoon, Miss the chapel, and memoriaUsation: report and received some,. 12th birthday with a party a* '_. I'hone475.2171"p I

Wednesday evening, Feb. 26, Martha Jane Schaeffer, youngest was by cremation.) new members. his home on Sunday. After '..
announced that the Farm is all
It
was : State
following the 7 p.m. mass. All daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George fUie' family requested that cake and ice cream at noon
parishioners are urged to attend Schaeffer of Peach St., cele- flowers be omitted in lieu cf bingo set has been reconditioned the boys went to the Gainesville
need know
and will be ready for the to
this important meeting. brated her birthday with a partyat contributions to the Cancer Drag for an afternoon of racing Its bad. fellows. It's bad. wind like it was it was hard to you

Bingo will be played at 7:30: her home. Guests included Fund or the Gtdon Bible Fund. next 27.Game-Fun Members Day on gratefulto February returning to :Melrose for a. Your rolling fisherman doesnt find a calm place. Wednesday about insurance.

on Friday evenings. The Kathy O'Donoghue, Teresa, Mar- are who spaghetti dinner afterwards. have too much for you this .Roy guided Capt. Alan (Mcln-
p.m. ie and Kate Gabordi and Sharon Mrs. Mary Wilcox Loretta Carol Chamblee. weather Naval Air Station In
"jack-pot" is growing each week. WWIVete week, but howdy. The turf of the
LES STEPHENSON and Angela Prevost. Mrs.Char- made a voluntary contributionto daughter of the Tom Cham- eeems to cot like us poor fWh- Jacksonville, and they caught 5 See tne.STATE.
les Hinch assisted Mrs. Schaefer the purchase.Committee celebrated her 17th birthday 2 to 3
MEMORIAL TOURNAMENTThe To Meet Nees. ermen. cause It stays messed Bass that averaged
Florida Professional Golf caring for the guests. appointmentswere at her home on Saturday.Mr. up all week, then gets worse on pounds each. Roy guided John

Association pGA) is sponsoring Little Veazy Walker, son of Veterans of World War I and\ announced as follows: and Mrs. E. Y. Barnhartf \ the weekend. When It's not wet and Dick Sidoweki and caught IEHRIrl'WILLLJS.
Program and Entertainment )
what its members hope will develop Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Walkerof Auxiliary will meet In Joint ( Birmingham. Ala were recent or cold, the wind blows up a 6 Bass the largest weighing 8
into an annual Les Step- Lake Brooklyn, is doing quite session in Keystone Heights A. P. Hallman; Telephone. Mrs. guests of Mr. and :hits gale. pounds. Friday Roy guided : ,

henson Memorial Tournament at well after undergoing surgery in Legion Home at 2:30: p.m. Friday Mitts Loebeck Mrs.Nettle Esther SmIth. Richard Moore and family. Last Wednesday', Otis Melton John and Dick again and caught 117 Walnut StIMiona

the Keystone Golf & Country Jacksonville last week. Feb. 28, according to G. Krueger, Mrs. Publicity Virgle Rowe spent a couple and his father, Lonnle of Hampton 10 Bass, the largest weighing SBI1'I1!
Vera Lambing
and Mrs.
Club on Sunday, March 2. Thistournament Miss Carol Stephenson, of E. Baker, commander. ; days in Tallahassee last week. came out to our house 9 1-4 pounds.
is being coordinated Tampa, spent the weekend visit- Considerable legislation affecting Mrs. Helen Egan; Deyoilional. Mrs. Red Thompson, her parents (north shore Santa Fe), and before I have a rather Interesting ITAtl MIM
by and directed by Frank Matey,, ing with mother, Mrs. Les world War I veterans Mrs. Ruth Malmgren; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ander we could get a hook in the story that was .sent to me froma '

Jacksonville golf columnist. Herb Stephenson, of Lake Geneva. and their widows has been pro Hospitality, Mrs. Ethel Weymanand 'ion, and sister Mrs. Buddy water the wind picked up from friend by my father. James.

homes and Willard Knight, who Mrs. Frank Jones returned to posed in/ Congress. Commander Mrs. Harriett Bickford: Tanner, of Lakeland, went to Just a calm breeze, to "about a It seems that C. T. Holt was
the school this week following Sunshine Mrs. Nell Gray son; attend INIUIANC\t\,
week to
Ft. Benning last when he
mile hour gale Klngsley Lake
are working in conjunction with Baker says. This and other 35 to 40 an out at
her recent surgery at Ala- Registration, Mrs. Marge Tra exercises of lieSbrother of
the graduation to have a stroke
committee.The Thank goodness we were fishing happened
our local tournament matters vitally affecting veterans
Mrs. Ruuby Wolfe Arrangements -
and
tournament will be open, chua General.Mr. will be discussed.All cy; :Nor- James Anderson, from. on our dock and not out in the luck He spotted tfW"l floating FARM
(Mrs.
LUJian
and Mrs. Milton Vree- .
.
members of the PGA and Officers Training School there. because one time there It and went back to check on It.
to WW I veterans and their boat Insurance
land of Fair Haven, N. J. were wood; Table Setting Roberta. recentlyreturned Companies
T. Greene hada
Mrs. J. Holt
amateurs. For additional widows actually nearly blew me off the When it was over, Mr.
area are invited. 31night.
Julius Horn Offices:Bloomington,Illinois
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell, John Kersey to Louis.
from trip
details contact Bob Hayes or a dock. However, we did catch double treat. He dipped up a
J. Stanley LaCoste. Mrs. La- Hanson. Roland Coutu and
her
visited
Lois Walker. Wilson or lana where she them a mess of Bream despite 10 pound Bass that Just happened
Coste's brother-in-law, Alan L. Dr. Edwin Robert Lambing. daughter and family In its (Ho*IM IM In Ni...Volt' and. Wwhlntfe
All members are reminded to Tenn. spoke ea .h the wind. In fact Mr. Melton to have a Spec
MacCracken of lIudston Ohio Chattanooga. illness of William
the
We regret Walker of
sign up at the bulletin board teaching and explaining Mr. and :Mrs. John caught! one that was as big asa mouth. The Bass had tried unsuccessfully -
is their houseguest for several evening, Reynolds: Sr., Claude TUI
Columbus, Ohio are spending a the
if they wish to play in the an- Bible. I was busy all nice size Spec. Believe me. to swallow
weeks. the
and Mrs. Nell Grayson
nual George Washington Tourn- man few weeks in Melrose. They are good eating in and they were both lying
there's
and typing some Spec,
"Doc" of Jacksonville week studying heldat
Reilly, Game-Fun Day will be
of Mrs. Roy Sam
ament to be held at the clubon didn't have the parents those rascals. there drowning.\ So. Mr. Holt hada KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
was the weekend guest of Mr. notes so Leeon 1:30 in St. Anne's Par-
p.m. at their
Sunday. This will be an 18- Please son and are staying Griffin'a Lodge (east shore nice mess of fish without. even
and Mrs. Herb Nelson.! time to write a pqem. lab House. .
hole tournament. It is the man's Glad to"' see 'that'rrs.' Ed excuse bird this! time. I.. COMMUNITY-CHURCH house. of- the Santa Fe), reported a fair week wetting a hook. How 'bout !that.
meeting
choice in selecting partners O'Donoghue (Nancy) is now at Last Wednesday night my About 75 members and guests PTA An will executive be held at Melrose despite that weather. They report Bass Buffs?
home with her family following went to visit Aunt Cor- Dinner that the Specs are coming Shlpman's Camp (west shore
parents attended the Family Night School Tuesday.Feb. .
ROTARY CLUB HEARS Elementary
the
of that
General in very slow because Santa Fe) only reported
surgery at St. Vincent's Hospital ine Hudson in Alachua In the Educational Building and chairmen
25. AU officers
UNIVERSITY PROFESSORDr. weather. The storm over the still biting, drifting
to re the Specs are
Jacksonville. She was hoping
Eugene A. Todd, Chair- Hospital.home the middle of this last Thursday with members of are asked to attend if pos weekend kept ,the water cold. and trolling and should go DIRECTORYRABY'S
turn Mrs. David Nelson's circle as
men of the Department of Sec that she is improving sible. Roy Griffin said that the fish on the beds shortly.
and
now
ondary Education at the University -- week husband. Alfred is hoste&ses. Carrying out the Val Feb. 25 is also the day of the were biting some Saturday,, Well boys, that 'bout wrap
Florida, was guest speakerat her entine motif, large arrangements Blue and Gold Banquet for Cub but with the I
hospital where it was calm another week of news.
scheduled to enter the of rad and white camellias up AUTOSERVICE
Scouts and their parents at the
the Keystone Heights Rotary INDIAN BEACHLake the end of tola hope by the ,time you read this,
on table
for surgery
centered the guest --
Club last Friday afternoon.The Parish House. the wind is
is shining.
amputated a. couple the sun
leg that was and the piano.A Interlachen Booster Club Is holding
title of Dr. Todd's presentation The Ellam Baptist Church and the flab are biting
calm,
was "Eight Adventuresto ( Santa Fe) years ago. fine musical program was will meet February 24 at Inter- an All Church Study Course Complete Auto Repairs
By: Michael: II. ChIlLy Larry Norwood and Tracy presented by members of the Senior High good.
Change, in which he out- lachen Junior week for all members. They Air Conditioning Repairs
last
lined and discussed what I.e con- Ph. 475-2171 Windham were married Celestial Choir, featuring ML&s School. At this time, definite are studying the book of Islah. Transmission
sidered to be necessary stepsin -- Friday night in the Community Barbara Farris in vocal solos plans for the Sports Banquet The Girl Scouts held a Valentine (CtnufdrtvDlnCCTORV & Automatic
improving the state's public Church in Keystone. Around 150 and a piano duet with the director will be maite. Dance at the Parish House. Service
Anniversary" to us! guests attended the wedding, Including Mrs. George Canova. willundergo PHONE> 473-4404
school systems.In "Happy Mrs. Grant RothJiammer The girls and their dates enJoyed -
discussing the needed Yes friends. I've Just completedmy many from out of Guests enjoying the evening surgery in Tulsa, Okla. an evening of dancingand Little Lake Bedford
changes Dr. Todd said, "It is second year of writing the town. Congratulations to Mr. were Mrs. Persia Johnson of on February 25. Your prayers refreshments.
BAPTIST
imperative that we design pro- Indian Beach! News for you. as and Mrs. Larry Norwood.Mrs. North Pompton, Vt., a former will be greatly appreciated. Several members of Boy
grams that will provide educational of Feb. 6. In these two years.I !. Marsha Royce and children Keystoner; Miss Helen Dittman Members of the 6th grades at Scout Troop 109 attended Florida First Church, Keystone: Sun BUILDING :MATERIAL

opportunities for all haven't become one of the tenwealthiest of Dunellon, spent the of Appleton. Wis.; Mrs. Elmer Melrose Elementary visited The State Pair in Tampa. Sat' day School. 943 ajn. Worship. HARDWARE

children in the school system." men in the world, weekend with her parents Mr. Henschel of Wisconsin, and Mr. Gainesville Daily Sun last week. urday. 11 .a.m. 7:30 p.m. Training Union

He elaborated on the social and but is has been fun and good and Mrs. Dick Hilliard. While Nor- and Mrs Aldrich of !Massachus: The children had been studying DUPLICATE BRIDGE 6:30: p.m. Nursery open, BROOKLYN

psychological problems which experience. In this ..short time, here they all attended the last etts. newspapers and this. gave them Winners of the Melrose Duplicate all services. Rev. Lawrence SUPPLY HOUSELumber
evolve from our present school I C have written about 100 poems, wood-Wlndham wedding DAY OF PRAYERThe a chance to observe ,the workings Bridge Club last week Carrol pastor.CATIIOLYcI .
system and discussed the possibility nhether good or bad-you'd be Friday night; and the Allen annual World Day of of the press. were: (Mrs. Mary' Cook and .Plywood Builder'sHardware

of finding solutions to surprised at how many compliments Wedding In Florahome Sunday. Prayer will be held In the sanctuary Members of the filth grades Miss. Iva Hillyer, 1st place: RoofingShectrock -
problems created by the efforts I've had on them. In fact Mrs. Royce and Larry Norwood at 2 p.m. Friday, March also enjoyed a field trip. They Mrs. J. Q. Coleman and Mrs.F. St. William's Keystone: Sunday .- Paneling Paints Insulation

of the federal government to some people have even said were old .school-mates. 7, with! Mrs. David Nelson as visited' the Children's Museum Inacksonvtlle T. Hogue, 2nd place; Mrs. W. Mass, 9 a.m. WednesdayMass Tools Electrical & Plumbing:
Improve the American educa- they buy a paper each week just Lou Miller took her mother.! chairman. All churches in the Other classes will J-. Grollck and Mrs. R. A. KeRr and Novena, 1 p.m Supplies.
tional system. to read the poems 1 So right Mrs. Ruby DYal to Jacksonville area. are invited to participate be taking field trips in the daU. 3rd place: Mrs. C W. liar Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4586

now I would like to say thank last Friday to catch a Jet to ANNUAL SILVER TEA near future. dy and Mrs. R. P. Vogh 4thMace. COMMUNITY; ; CHURCH

HERE N' THERE you to all my readers for their Honolulu Hawaii to visit her Mrs. B. F. Mizell. Jr.. general Congratulations to the members Sunday School, 9:40: a.m. CO CRETEPRODUCTSFOR
Dr. and Mrs. Cornel! Dunlop, support. daughter, Nell Thome. Nell a. chairman announces that the of the Interlachen Rams HONOR ROLL1nterlaohen (Morning Worship. 11. Youth Fellowship -

of Tallahassee, were guests this Otis Mellon Grandmother former Bradford County resident Community Church Women will basketball! team. They upset Junior Senior (all teenagers) 7 p.m..

week of Mr. and Mrs. Ty Gar- Copeland and I attended a Bible and a Bradford County hold their annual silver tea on the Hawthorne Hornets 71-56 for High School has announced students Pascal Carr director. Holy Communion CONCRETE PRODUCTS

ber of Nelson Point. The two Conference at the Hampton Hospital nurse, is expecting March 12 In the educational their first win of the season. on the honor roll. 1st Sunday each quarter CALL OR SEEEdward's
couples were close friends when Baptist Church last week! and baby and Grandma. Is on the building at 2 p.m. Reservations They previously had been beaten The following have made Wednesday Prayer Service !;
they: worked for Standard Oil In were greatly ble&sed. Beside way to help. should be made now with Mrs. by ;the Hornets. This victory' straight A's In every subject for 7:30: () p.m. Rev. Leon F. Mil- Buildng

a different guest speaker each- Mrs. Jo strandberg weeks has visit returned John Bird. Card tables and set .was a great. morale booster for their semester averages: Grade ner, pastor.EPISCOPAL. Supply, Inc.

I from a few and son-in- tings of white tablecloth, sugar, the boys Unfortunately the 12; Diane Addison: Grade 11. 726 s.LI 372-4344
with her daughter creamer lemon dish and fork Junior Varsity dropped their Linda Blount; Grade 10, Edna FloridaNURSERY
Dorothy and Sam Butler, St. Anne's: Holy Communion Gainesville
law, wishing
are needed and members game: 32-24. Carr; Grade 9, Theresa ShePherd
and eon Charles Henry in Or- to provide same may call The Women's Club's semimonthly Roberta Steuerleln, and 8 a.m. each Sunday. 1st Sunday,

INCOME; % mond Beach. Mrs. Butler Mrs. Barry Wyman.PERSONALS meeting will be held Tresha Turner; Grade 8; Carolyn Holy Communion 8 am. and
brought her mother home and Wednesday. Jack Janes, accompanied Bolden, Louise Helfrich. 9-30: ( ajn. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays

TAX they both attended the Norwood Miss Marilyn Bridges la en. by his mother, Mrs. and Wendy Teske. .(Morning Prayer 9:30: a.m. O.C. Carnes Nursery

-Wlndham wedding Friday: Joying an extended visit with Florence Janes, will present a. The following students have Evening Prayer, Sunday, 7 p.m. Stock
night. her grandmother and other relatives concert.Mr. made an A or B in every subject Holy !Days announced. Will- Nursery
Evergreens
to Mr. Plants Fruit Trees
I want to apologize in Stuckey. S. C. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons for their semester aver- lam I. Jones Vicar. -
of Tampa Landscape Plants & Con
and Mrs. NLck Norton Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich of MMeachusetts spent the weekend in Dundee ages: Grade 12-Lavonna Girt. LUTHERAN
for not including their were recent guestsof with Mrs. Lee Williams Theresa Guthrie Larry' tainers.
I names in the guest ll&t at the man Divine Worship, 11 am. Sun- CAMELLIAS & AZALEAS
Ward Anniversary party at the Mrs.!the;, Barnard Persia Johnson Slocombs.of Vermont Oberman.Lawrence, Dell David Matchett.Tomlinson! Gene day. Holy Communion 2nd Sun- Hwy. 100. Florahome 659-2165

borne of Pete and Joyce Barton has been visiting (Mrs. Dale Weghorst. Blllie Whetnalland day. Services each Sunday at Let Us Do Tour LandscapingUSED

a. few weeks ago. Alma Frost Egan reports on her work with Maria VarbrougJi. St. Anne's Episcopal Church _
With a low-cost Mrs. Clemmie Greek, mot21el'of the Sympathy Is extended to Mrs the Society for Prevention of Grade 11 James Bailey William Wise, Vicar. CARS
In
Corine Thleman, ts Robert Lambing on the deathof Crueity to Animals. In her investigation Yvonne Baker. Vanda Barber,

Income' Tax j 'f& hospital in .heart Jacksonville attack., after her 90-year-old mother in of a cruelty case stie Christine Brantley Diana Croc- 7ot Hanks Used..cars

this .'. suffering a St. Petersburg. wrote: "I found 400 dogs in aDam kett, Janette Eubanks, Christine OS
loan from _ Well friends I've got company Lewis Lebert. who underwent In a deplorable condition! Gaboardl. Melva Johnson. Hosl- BIG CASH DISCOUNT

bank can now, Aunt Teenie Joan Cren-of- tests and surgery at the Medical so I raided the place and arrested lyn: Lee Martha Matnews. ConVie TERMSBUY
you shaw and hex daughter ever Center in Gainesville, Ja back the owner and now he Morris Suzanne Steurleln. 7otC.'t666: SELL TRADE
Gainesville. If you've borne now. states that I ruined his busi Deborah Sutton. Jerry Teske. .
those tax
end ; ol
tried to type with a room full ItT 1, BOX 90
Curtis
Mrs Hector Ownbey was a ness. The man sued Mrs. Thlel Dennis Thacker, and
know why I think Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S. Starke
money problem. people, you So till next patient in Bradford County Hospital for $5 million. The motion was West.
I'll close for now Lord for tea days as Is still denied for this amount but it Grade 10-BOIie Monroe and
Good
fast. SM w.KEYSTONE. week. "May the all." under care. Mrs. John Himbla remained at 12.500.000 with acourt Carleen WUkJn oo. WATCH REPAIRSAnthony
bless! and keep you is a patient at the eame hospital bearing set for April. This Grade 9-Dora Ann Cox Me-

as was Mrs. T. W. Han- brought investigation in Con lisa Gano. Carolyn Herring, FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Crawford
INCOME( TAX sen.' ."eas1Onallle&r1DP and her appearance Doris Holsapple., Karen Kline

Mrs. Newton Hook of Lake in Washington in Shirley Martin, Patti Teaks Watch RepairService

RETURNSPrepared Geneva is still under doctor's April. It also brought her an and Glenda Winters.

care after hospltallzatlon invitation to the Inaugural Grade 8 Kristy Carr, Roger FOR EVERY PURPOSE

By Alachua General and Mrs. Ceremonies and Ban which she Dale, Marlene Deel. Emory AH Makes and Models
STATE Eldon Klmmons 1* a. patient 1 la preferred to watch on televIsIon Perry, Patricia Salmon, Wendy SHEA'SGLASS
BANK WM. J. DERMODYRecreation Riverside Hospital Jackson: Florence: and tier late nus-, dngletary. and Janice Weeks. PHONE 473-4219

ville. band Ed formerly owned theDon Grade 7 Llsabeth Allen. Keystone Heights Fla.
CO.
IfeIaJMr F.D.LC.T.izr K )' ." .qJa "' Center Lakevlew Jack Brock,
FORMER KEYSTONER Morgan home on Brent Bertram man 100. 2V4 Mile East .f
Friendly la SUED FOR MILLIONS Drive (Route 21)) next to the Greg Brumbaugh Dickie carr 37241153724353 Keystone Heights
Btydc Your PrI.1d77 Keystone Heights
A letter from former Key former Malmgren home corner Glenda Collins. Chris Courtney, UIJ 1 N.W. 4th Pl.c.
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Watch for Sign la Front *f
ee.u.aa1t7 'Phone 473-4500 toner, Mrs. Florence Thiel of of Peach Street, now the home Sam Daniel, Sandy Finn. Carol I G.I"u"lII. Roae
t I
Walden, N. Y.. to Mrs. Francis cf the Houston Driscoll's. Hoteapple! and Glnny May. .

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-asr -rrflflra., expand tney reveal large holes boding caterpillars are about over the, surface of the
nfls How To Protect YourselfFrom Students Offered Let's GoGardening In the foliage. You can prevent 3/4 of an Inch long. They can leaves. This smut Is a symptom -

Summer Jobs this damage with Sevin or eat more than their weight In I of whitefly and not a cause
NEWS ABOUT Counterfeit MoneyAccording chlordane. grass each night. yet look quite of 111 health.

In SCS Program Aphids are certain to be a harmless when found sleeping
problem where plants are young near the soil surface during the
SERVICE MENrflflrsttSsSSSsprrtr to a recent release bers. Federal Reserve notes and succulent. These little pests

from the Treasury Department .have a green seal, United States Tests are now being sohed; feed on the underside of leaves, day.The newly hatched caterpillarscause
like most other types of crime. notes a red seal, and Silver led for college students who By JllerYeym&I'1)e.\! causing them to curl and some- very little damage tograss. I FREE

s counterfeiting and forgery are on Certificates a blue seal. Federal want to enroll In the Soil Conservation plague your times drop. Often a brood of They may be full grown before you
the increase and merchants ma Reserve notes are issuedin Several pests may will be sucked to death notice grass blades are eaten
aphids
I well as the general pubUc are and $10 values. Check Service summer% training garden at this time, of year 100 Gold Bond I
strippedoff
,. $1. $5 Florida. bv blind fly larvae. If you can'twait : back unevenly or foliage
.II,:..- urged to be on their guard to your currency to see what kind :_ program In according to J. E. Brogdon entomologist for friendly Insects to fight In patches. Unless you have Stamps

11':; .., prevent personal loss. it is and if the values and seals Hampton Burns. State Con with the Agricultural your battles, then try controlling been a close observer It will
It Is easy for the average cit- are in order. tservatlonlst. Soil Conservation Extension Service. aphids with Meta-Systox R or appear that the damage happened with
izen to receive and pass counterfeit Genuine currency Is printed on service' Gainesville, said college For example certain night- .Cygon. overnight. purchaseD

money with no criminal special paper manufactured under .sophomores and Junior* feeding; beetles eatholes In tightly Ants often protect herds of To control webworms, try applications & V

....... Intent for most of us pay little strict government control.It are eligible for Jobs as soil con- wrapped clusters of these bud leavesof leaves aphIds so that they can enjoy of Toxaphene orSevln.
attention to the coins or bills contains many red and blue servatldnlst trainees, soil scientist camellias When the sweet excreta of the aphids. Whitefly causes yellowing of exaco Service

we accept in trade. threads or fibers visible to the trainees, and engineering So killing ants may help controlthe foliage of many ornamentals. At
'll I know I am as guilty as the naked eye. trainees. Salaries for the sum- aphids first you'll think that the plantsare 231 N. Temple
next for I seldom stop to examinemy The best way to detect a mer program will be based on ally.Students are advlsced to obtain >> To control ants In the garden putting on a black-faced act, ?64-6430
'a" change or a bill when I receive counterfeit note is to compare it of Announcement chlordane black film
annual scales ranging from $4- a copy try a spray. when you discover a
k It other than to check the with genuine of the same denomination 600 to 5145. AU summer Jobs AH-8-16, issued in October 1961.for WARNING: Do not apply chlordane
denomination. It Is possible I and series. Look for differences with the Soil Conservation Service details. to foliage or fruit that Is
have passed on counterfeit not similarities. Counterfeit has. proven unlessthe poison will RANCH I
! lead to full-time professional "This program to be eaten, FAIR VIEW
money unintentionally.It notes appear flat and lack careers with the service practical and popular" Fulmer be removed at harvest time b;
I is quite difficult for the three dlmentional quality of combines Onthejob -
the' graduation. said, "because it stripping or by peeling.
__ upon
person unfamiliar with coin and genuine notes. training in the summer You can control ants In lawns ANGUS DISPERSALTuesday

bank note identification to spota Usually. many of the delicate Robert D. Fulmer, Soil Con- with academic studies la the with an application of 2 table-

counterfeit. However, for your lines In the portrait of a counterfeit servation Service Personnel Of- winter" Fulmer said. spoons of 50% chlordane per

own protection you are urged to note are broken and often ficer. Gainesville said students Applicants In the Soil Conservation gallon of water. Pour the mixture February 25, 1969at
Airman 1st Class Paul Miller take another' minute when hand- missing. The lines of the portrait studying for agricultural careers Service summer training Into the nest opening and on 10:00 A.M.

eon of Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. ling money to check a few points. background, if you look at any of the land grant program will be notified by the the area around the' nest. '.I hen the Ranch,

Miller: of Starke Is an Adminstration During the American Revolution closely, form squares and on colleges: are eligible. They may Civil Service Commission regarding soak the area with water to wash
Clerk aligned to the the British counterfeited our counterfeits some of these obtain information from the when and where to take the Insecticide through the CITRA, FLORIDA

4531st Tactical Fighter Wing currency in such large amounts squares will appear filled in. president or head of the agrIcultural the tests at locations scattered ground and Into the nest.A .
Operations Section at the Home that the Continental currencysoon If you are interested in pro- Including Gain-
department of their over the state SELLINGEntire
stead Air Force Base. He is became worthless., Thatis tecting yourself and your money, college: from the local post office esville. Jacksonville and Lake real lawn pest Is the sod 350 HEAD

.shown here reviewing Air Force how expression, "not worth write to the U.S. Secret Service or by writing him personANYONE City. webworm. These greenish night-
Regulations concerning a problem a Continental" was born. and request their circular on Herd Of
involved in some classified: While the U.S. Secret Servicehas counterfeiting and forgery.

I paper work. Before entering the done a splendid job In You will find the time spentin REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE

service, Airman Miller attended checking couterfeitlng and for- -doing so very much worth- INTERESTED IN STANDARDOIL

Bradford< High School and gery they need the help of the while. outstanding production,

wa.s employed by Tho Bradford! public, particularly from merch- STATION great pedigrees, top cattle
County Telegraph ants. Refrigeration & Air Conditioningmay
There are three types of paper CO. D HAS BIG LEASE
currency in circulation. The PAYROLL IN 1968 FOR For information & catalog, contact:

name of each type appears on

the' upper face of the note. They Company D, title local Na- enroll in the Appliance Repair PUIG JR. MANAGERRoute
are Identified by the color of their tlonal Guard unit, paid a total VICTOR
Treasury Seal and serial num- of 108829.10 to Its membersfor class at the V ocat:onal.Technical Cen- If InterestedPhone ,

armory drills encampment and twoweeks' in ter. The class meets Mondays and Wed- 1, Box 470

Staff., eon Sergeant of Mr. and EweU Mrs.LawsonJr. EweU 1968, according summer to Warrant Jr. Officer nesdays from 7 ::30 PM to 9:30: PM. 964-5132 Citra Florida 32627

A. L. Crosby,
Lawson Sr.. 414 N. Water St.,

Starke, has received! the U. S. blockhouse
FOR SALE Concrete
Air Force Commendation Medalat
; 3 bedroom. 1 bath. crn-
Eglln AFB. Fla.
tral heat & air-conditloningt, Cor-
decO'f'oatee
Sergeant Lawson was
DS rer lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg
for meritorious service as

an airframe and engine tech WOODMEN Of The World -

nician at Eglin. He was cited Opportunity unlimited offered:

for saving 4 Mace drone missions to Starke area. Guaranteed Income

by manually reseating: above average. CallGaIr.esville
faultly fuel valves to prevent Collect 372-5821.
engine flameout after engine 1! 3-6
'USED VACUUM cleaner re- Jim Arnold. 4tp
New Innersprings PUMPS
Airman !Nathaniel; Jones son start. 10 different George E. LaRue
ccnd.ttoned $15
He Is now a missile maintenance CLASSIFIED! AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop up. FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer
of 1\1 Mira L. Williams of NEW AND USEDSALES.PARTS.sSERVICE i
n.. technician with a unit of came brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto Clean outand
lime and dolemlte.
Starke, has completed basic the Tactical Air Command.The t> to IS word ____.- 1.16 V* A Card or Call. Parts /Ac excellent repairsmates. all Fire HomeownersLIFE spreading service. We de
Lackland Air Force PALATKA EA 5-91M
at
training been sergeant Is a 1951 graduate (Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells : KIRBY SALES it live W. A. Prevatt, 9646816.4tp .
Base. Texas and has ass- of Bradford County 111&11 MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gaines- &: ACCIDENT 3-6
igned to Chanute AFB, Ill. for SchOOl. Each: word over 15 _- .07 209 E. Adkliw St. Service On v'H- 3767110. tfch* Keystone Height 473-4692
Expert
training in the aircraft equipment
Furniture Offered Before
Extra if not Repaired All Makes Never
field. charge
to '
DID YOU KNOW It'3 easy
Upholstered & Refinished 204 W. Adkins St.. frame de-
_d la advance __ .M Plumbing Service Home?
PFC Clarence L. Mitchell, son \wn.u Longcnamp
MATTRESSES REBUILT MEN WANTED Men cottage welling central heat, two apartments -
of Mr. and Mrs. Simon H.Mitch- Phone 964-7061 Bettri! null lor F ,>>rfla llv.ng Starting lot.
21 large
Starke Agent parents age over double garage
of Starke has been assigned Memorial, Resolutions Youi plan or ours
ell, Sr., HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP pay $295 month, promotion opportunities paved street and sidewalks.
: to the 1st Armed Division SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu and regular Increases -
7 cents word AND ? 648 W. Call St., two bed room
Fort Hood Texas as a per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS '84
at ford Mitchell, phone in pay 8 hour c'ay, 5 frame Jewelling, needs some
gunner. 710 Lemon St. Palatka /lRP.; : O. Box 23$. Starke, .sick leave vacations
INSURANCEAT day week : repair. Conveniently located
GAUDS Or THANKSM tf'-"c
Pvt. Marvin Tisdale, sme.of REDUCED RATES state retirement. If Interested. paved Street.

Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Tisdale, word or IMS --_ S.OO AUTO. FIRE BOAT please apply In person Personnel Please call to see either of these

of Route I, Lawtey, recently completed DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'SSUN ,Manager, Sunland/ Training Cen nice buys.A. .
nine weeks of advanced N1 Each word orer M __ .97 MARY INSURANCE AGENCY ter. Gainesville, Fla. J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 964-
at Fort Polk' I SPORTSMOORE
infantry training _. teat I An equal opportunity employED 5701.
his guerilla training II
La.During
OFFICIAL
he lived under simulated Vietnam I BOAT :rtVOITR >R I Cr. WANTED Mature woman to
conditions for five days, and was INSPECTION STATION CARr|RPAI'NTS HELP WANTED: Need two MONEY I care for invalid; $20 week room
Open Dally > AJW. 5:30 P. M. WAINWRIGHT
dies, part time or full time. .
la'i Ph. M4S7V1SPECIAL
taught methods of removing booby Except Saturday 8-12 Noon 9tarke II and board live in. :Apply in per-
traps, setting ambushes, and can make $10 and up a day. AGENCYFor I.'son. 9646834. Up
avoiding enemy raids. HILL'S GARAGE : experience nece sa.ry. Must I All Your

Senior !Master Sergeant Julian Seaman Recruit Donald R. KeysUne Height use of car. Prone 7522650. Write S51IP Evlnrude Seleetramatle. Insurance NeedsSpecializing II LAWN MOWER and small electrical -
brother of Mrs. VVHhelmenia Una Douberly, Box: 3001 E. Du- t appliances repair. Wash.
Robinson .
Huff, U. S. Coast: Guard: son of Telephone 473-4465 I all controls 4 2 tanks $84 in
Brooks, of Starke, is Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huff of 1 f)e: K. lin-wnlv '-1. val, Columbia Motel Lake City Mobile Home Insurance "rd polish your car, $6.95 up.
a member of a unit that has Fla." 4tp 2.27 135 N. Temple. Phone 964.5892
earned the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Starke. has graduated from THZ MET TO Ph. Starke 9646818TYPEWRITERS .
basic training at Coast Guard NEW MIMOSA 'MANOR
Unit Award. Sgt. Rob- Gracious Living
N. : Manual otLlectrle.
Training! Center, Cape May : PARK
MOBILE HOME
inson is a supply inventory superintendent
Town House For sale or rent. -
in the 433th Military J. Bethel Road Starke Fla..Lots .
McGuire Under t the guidance! of experIenced rirmdford County Telegraph.FOR for Rent Water, Approved
Airlife Wing at APARTMENTSSell DoItYourselfSEAMLESS To Aero CountryWORK -
Come
petty officers, he successfully -
AFB, !New; Jersey, which was completed a rigideightwl'ek or' RentFmrablied RENT Unfurnished 3 sewer system garbagepickup
cited for exceptionally meritorious patios ribbon drive
training! program.As BR house at Kin< service in support of combat 533-2209. tfchar ways, steps tone walks, large
phone
and resupply aircraft oper- a graduate he may apply, e. Untarnished AND quav. flood lamp at rear of park.

ations around the world A if eligible for advanced train. Buford MitchellM4M53 IS PLENTIFUL WANTED: Used Wrlnger-Waeh- Garbage cans mail boxes and
1936 of RJE High Sch- tng In one of the many occupa- take In
graduate Phases FLOORING er. Will pay cash or yard maintenance. On school
tional fields! required by the
ool, he served In the European DAHMER'S. bus and mall route. Underground
Theatre of Operations during Coast Guard, or he may be assigned M447M THE PAY IS FINE trade 864-7923.on anything.< tf-chg telephone service ,and electric
to a unit operating In
World War 11. He has also
service by Clay Electric. For
served in Vietnam. the U. S. or overseas. STARLING FARM SUPPLY _WE, MAKE North Florida's Most WILL BUY: Used. .Appliances, information call 964-7498 or 964-

moving to new location off 301 Needed By :Furniture. TV's Stereos, anything 6739. 3tchg 3-5

N. behind Tastee-Freeae. Must Aggressive Aircraft Rework Facility of value. DAHMER'S,
Reduce Stock Bur now .and KEYS PONY For Sale with bridle.

JACKSONVILLEBusiness save. 3tg2-30 Experienced Aircraft Mechs Call 7823687. ltp

TRAILER LOTS The Rancher FOR RENT Large 5 room
MEN WANTED Laundry

LAKE ACCESS worker< Kitchen aids, labor- And Sheet Metal Workers, Plus Inc. Adults furnished only.downstairs Mrs. W.apartment.B. Mundy.

Directory era, cottage parents watchman
$15' Down $15 Month cooks and clerks ground and Aircraft Washers Y'ALL COME TO 964-6352. ttchg 3-6

Lake Lots $2500 Up keeper truck driver Five Painters OURFIRST NEAR LAKE SANTA FE at

-Investment Properties day week, eight hour day Earlton. 7'i acres beautiful

:Auto. Sales and Service MUSIC S.E.McKAYRealtorAppraiser State. retirement vacations BUT DON'T DISMAY STOCK "wooded and fenced 680' frontage

sick leave.If interested, please Alto Rd. 200 A. Owner J. oJ.I .
w. N..d Inexperienced Help on State
Parrish MotorsSALES apply In person Personnel Reduction Sale Bennett. 4854 Rochdale Rd.

Paulua Music Co. Keystone Hts. 473.4816FOR Manager Sunland Training w. train you la work for u* a. .n aircraft mech or sheet BIG SAVINGSUP I Jacksonville. 7644153. 2tp 2-27
Center. Oilnesvllle. Fla. while learn at Aero. C mwhere .
Band 4: String Instruments metal worker. EARN you

SERVICE Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers RENT: TV set, baby i' An, equal opportunity employer the opportunity I I.. Call UI collect. TO 40% I FOR RENT 1 bedroom fur-
niched house. 307 S. Water St.1tchg.
P.RTSAI'a.s School Supplies-Instruction beds elec. guitars amplifiers, tfehg CALL PERSONNEL OFFICE

Roberts Recorders refrigerators: day or -week. DA.HMERS 6th Street I
964-7923. tf-chg SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding AERO CORPORATIONLAKE Near Livestock Market'
,
Good Used Cars Music Library-Export Machines for sale eleetrtc.l 376-4595 FOR RENT 3 room and bath

921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Repair Department BIC PENS. Ball Point 1UfUla. ; subtraction, credit bal CITY, FLORIDA 752-7911 Gainesville furnished cottage. Apply 515

41 W. Monroe 853-8447 Bradford County Tele- ance. Bradford County Tele- Nona St. Itfchg

HEAUTY ACADEMY: -".... /graph. tf Or Contact Your Nearest State Employment Office. MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. NEEDED
""""" DRIVERS
PIANOS INCOME TAX SERVICE FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE 1 ml. from Starke, corner SR100 Semi Drivers. Experience helpful .
American for :3 bed- and 100A (west). Electricity, ( will
Short Jl'orms'S and up. Town ready occupancy. but not necessary we
Hairstyling YAMAHA: PIANOS Finance Co., 221 N, Temple Ave. room 2 bath. Located Just water, and sewage on the lot. train you). For local and over
CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Stark tfchg outside of city limits in BAIRD EUNICE NURSERY Vernon E. Olin Lawtey, phone fhe road driving. You can earn
Academy Pansy, petunia, and blueberry 782-3664. tf
Plnebreeze. Easy monthly $3.50 per hour and tip after

WANTED Handy man. ApplyIn terms. Longchamp Cr-4t Co. Mobile Home plants. Pecan pear and plum FOR KENT Just outside city short training. For application
21 W. :Monroe 355-9591 person To-Rena Motel. tfchg Contact flt foLd Mltcaoll. trees. Ornamental shrub 2 12 wide 2 write: Nation Wide Safety Director
16.
pone 084-8853 P () BOX NEW and USED miles N. Lawtey on 301, turn limits on Hwy. J. 1525 W. Memorial Blvd.,
,sEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, Phone 782-3465. tfchg bedroom extra nice trailers.
at sign.
Riverside 938 PUrke. tf b 810.12 Wide tfcrg Lakeland. Fla. 33801 or call 813-
9M114.
oiled and adjusted In your 10 I B. White.
home 13.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs -, Good Quality 1500 BALES Fertilized BaMa 583-5975. 2tp 227WE'RE
POSTED SIGNS Treated to
Hairstyling : BRICK HOUSE for eale by owner -
Priced for sale Orlando .,..
alo. All work guaranteed. Reasonably Hay near
withstand weather :20c each 2 Poodle grooming
I
1 yr. old. 3 bedrooms. NEW. (
Academy Dennis E. CoggUu. Phone 431- 378-2785 90c per bale at barn. Call S44-
$2.25 doz. Special price on larger Gainesville baths.) Carpeted. Phone 9646885.2tp supplies soon Registered Poo.
I Winter Park, 5432356Orlando.
8136 or
?1\59\ Park St. 388-8537 14M. tfchg quantities. Bradford County Serviced Guaranteed sad No collect calls. -I 2-20 die pups. Toys. $65 up. 521 Pratt.
Modern Styling Telegraph. tf Delivered In Starke Area Starke. 4tchg 3-13
Howard T. Powell, Box: 133. Winter Experienced.
KIMBALL:\ "SWINGER" WAITRESSES WANTED -
Qualified Instructors I NO EXTRA COST
I
Accredited! VA ApprovedDay ORGANS iller. BrownVolkswagen REDUCE: Safe and fast with 4582 NW IJtfc Park. Fla. Jtp 220No. Apply In person at 968[ EDITION World Book
US 441
N.
or Nlrht Classes Rooseveltlall388.8519: I OoBese tablets & E-Vap "water 3752725FOR The Longhorn Restaurant.. iteM, Encyclopedia and Chlldoraft'or
Oeln."llIe -
pills." Andrews Drugs 805 General farm, W acres DexL..Tis.blets eale at large discount. -
STORE 1 I lot pd 3-27 fenced. Tobacco allotment and LOSE WEIGHT safely with Mitchell Phone M. A. Payne: 964-6560.
Ff'TRTf' 'IOTORPEA WESTERN RENT 4 bedroom brick ONLY 98c at
barn. 18 Pecan trees, outbuild Itctig
I I. :3-fl
SEWING MACHINES home, central heat and air con) ings. Modern 3 bedroom home. Drug. 4tp;
.
VY BrothersElectric LITTLE DUDE Largest selections from whichto dition. conveniently located Un.turn'shed. Tractor Included. Ideal for poultry EZEaASErYPEWBlTEa.. WANTED by Individual: 5 to 20
choose Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco. month. J23
$100 per Only 19690. Terms. >cre reasonable, near Starke.
New Home. & Universal. at premises PAP'". Mlnre* Paper. Bond
Co., Western Store New J Vied t.O')' REPAm ALL. MAKES. N. Walnut call St.Starke Inquire 964-77J3 or No. 773 Nice 3 bedroom cottage. r. N.t.t*.k Fillers.Or Call 9647955. Up
Sales Service or 5 acres located close In. Only ,
Tele-"pll.
Electric Motors \WI National Sewing 9M-6491. tfehg radf.v4 ti y WANTED 2 children to keep,

Sold Serviced Repaired Western Clothing Leather- 1 MI. North of Tttk MiiiGAiNESVILLE FOR RENT Furnished. apartments $9.000.8TROUT REALTY WANTED! Couple to help on not over 4 years old. Can't pay
good, Saddles and Trailers Mach'ne; Co. on keep anyway as companion for
Generators Starters Armature : good location. ALso 2117 N. Temple Ave.Stirke chicken farm. Hampton
Charles A: Sharon Petty Arch Frevatt. ny boy Day or week. '! have
Rewinding.! III W. Uairenltjr Are. 378-135 house In country. Reasonable.W Fla. Saxon Rd.
40-14 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 903 8. Ed wood SM-U1 Oalac TUl H. Nollman. tfcb. Ph. 954-660! Zip 2-27 references. 473-3171.: U


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