Bradford County telegraph
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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 27, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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No. 37 Thursday, Feb. 27, 1969 COP>irt 1l!.iv.1 Home Rule 'I

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A home rule for

j 4i "As of today, I'm declaring war. Mrs. Day Carter Bradford County may takea

At ; 1 s i iY ia told the county's legislative delegation in 'a stringent vote of the people or
HearingA i plea for action to combat the fly problem in Bradford. make a referendum highly

desirable, _if_ not required,
Speaking for a delegation of ty Commission could have already Rep. Ralph Tyre and State

request for a $3,000 men and women representing solved the problem If Sen. Bob Saunders contend.
and Green
for 4A Saratoga Heights Home Rule were in effect :here.
pay increase county .t Carter said she is ed 'at Friday's Legislative
courthouse officials drewno Acres It Is his opinion, Shaw tald. Hearing.
.. "fed up and disgusted She
wwt1. that the fly problem should be
outright oppositionwhen with a flyswatter
walks constantly attacked through a county or Both Tyre and Saunders said,
made at the Legislative and has swept away
dinance. "I don't think I can :bow ever, that a Bradford County

] Hearing last Friday, ti .A 'r .:,t1 J':, 3 ,u4'*'>t llt.,.*,a ft, t .,- + ,a countless dead tiles Mrs. Car"I draft a bill on flies to solve the. wants home rule or power
but several persons ques- : ter stated. at problem for the whole state: for the! County Commission to

tioned the amount ''and ask- She showed the gathering If a local bill was passed, the I'lLlocal\ ordinances, they are
County Ranger J. C. Prevail presents the key: to a new fire track loaned by the Legislative Hearing Fridaya
: there
said the
ed if the county can afford Bradford legislator for It, Rep. Gene on
the Fldrlda Forest Service for use In county wide fire flcbtlnjr to Hampton Fire Chief list of 23 names gathered Just would still be a question of who other hand proposed that home ,

It. WUlard Thomas About 25 Hampton resident and all 10 firemen were present Saturday on her street In SaratogaHeights to would enforce It, and that would rule be granted through, a local
The request was taken under deUyre.t.In Just before she came bill in the next session of the
morning when the truck WM Four)
consideration. the hearing. "Not a single per Continued( on Page
raise to $12,000. son refused! to sign," she slated:!
Asking a Shaw .said a referendum Is
the five officials, with the exception County-Wide Program Mrs. Carter emphasized she not necessary under the new
of County Judge Theon >Is not an enemy.of the chicken Wishbone Store state Constitution adopted( Jan.

option of County Judge TheronA. industry adding that she has 7, but he was unable to get Tyre
Yawn, are now drawing $9. been to the chicken farms which Saunders to agree.
To Be LocatedOn >and.
000 per year. The judge now Hampton Gets Second Fire TruckThe had no flies and were clean. The., problem U. therefore
caused by a
makes $10,660 supplements "I'm told It Is
left to the three legislators
of of the chicken growers, U S. 301Sale
for also serving as judge tfar solve. Indications Friday were
the county Juvenile Court and she declared, bring the much
Small Claims Court. first fire truck to be a capacity for 900 gallons of line. the new Bradford County unit discussed fly problem to the of the Ardell Crosby property they must come to an agree.
Officials joining in asking the delivered by the Florida For- water is mounted on the truck. The Hampton volunteers plans for trucks. Ranger Prevatt forefront. on U.S. 3d( just south .of ment among themselves on how

raise are the Sheriff P. D. est Service under thenewcoun- This truck actually on loan to erect a shed to house the said, however, it will be at asked thosein the Golden Kettle Restaurant home rule will be granted the

Reddish, County Clerk Charles ty-wide fire fighting programwas from the Forest Service and'deHvered new truck adjacent to the pre- least two r-onths before another Rep. Gene Shaw Carterto ,fto Jaxon-Atlantlc, Inc.. of Atlanta county.
Govern- fire house according to agreement with Mrs Rep. Shaw, who helped draft
Tax Collector J. R. presented to the Hampton under the U.S sent truck efts be ready. has been announced.
Darby, Ga.
Volunteer Fire Departmentlast ment's surplus equipment program Fire Chief WUlard Thomas. stand. About three quartersof Article VIII of the new Constitution -
Kelly, Tax Assessor Gene Long Saturday by County Ranger J. will be used !In addition Present Saturday morning the 50 persons at the hearing, The Atlanta-basad corporationwill was totally In favor of
and Judge Yawn, spokesman of the Hampton volunteers const-uct and operate) a
C. Prevatt. to Hampton's own fire truck the presentation of the truck Members including Shaw, rose to their passing a local bill to give the
for the group. Steve Vamum Gerald Wishbone Store for the sale of
A 1951 Army GMC paintedred a 1946 Ford with a 250-gallon was County Commissioner Ra are cqunty ordinance making pow-
Salaries public are by the Forest Service the capacity. lph Bryan, chairman of the Thomas Carl Dennison feet.Sen.. Bob Saunders of Gainesville fried chicken, with construction: er.,
drawing now are making public truck will be used by the Ham- Area volunteers will extend county wide fire committee of Stanley Jones, Richard Turllni/ said Friday was the first scheduled to start immediately.
office into a proposition "ac Richard Turlington, Ralph Tri >U planning "I feel the government' that Is
of tho corporation
The new
volunteers to cover an west to Graham, north to Sam- the Commission. time he had been aware
tually unattractive" as Yawn an econ-told pton area of about 40 square miles. pson Lake, east to SR-]00 and Requests have been submitted sler, Donnihugh Crawford, andA. severity of the county's fly rapid expansion) ,of Wishbone best !Is that"which la closest to

omic issue, legislative Judge delegation A 6 by 6 foot cargo tank with south of Hampton to the county by volunteers in Lawtey and C. Dennison. problem. He promised to "lighta Stores in Florida, with around, the people, Shaw stated 1, say supported .
the county's
fire under someone" at the! 12 scheduled for Jacksonville. Ing that U "one reason .
of Rep. Gene Shaw Rep. State Board of Health. Saunderssaid and several others !In Orlando, ) the new Constitution:

Ralph Tyre, Lake City,and Sen. On Opening Day he wasn't positive, but Gainesville, and other area Shaw \spoke at length on the adVantages
Bob Saunders, Kittles Draws thought the SBH has means to clUes of home rule.

"I am proud you have instituted enforce control over the prb- The Crosby property has a The Home Rule he would lUte

ducing the local practice bills of until not intro-(they Year In Jail Miss America Tom AdamsTo lem.Mrs.. Joseph Cissy of Green feet frontage on U.S.-approximately 301 and containsa 83 aald.tQ enact would grant for Bradford no new Commission. taxing Shaw

are) presented in public hearings Acres said the SBH has' been frame house ,and'a' fruit power to the County
i ," the judge told the delegation contacted, but referred her back stand which will be ,removed Shaw emphasized that that

adding that the people to the Bradford County health toy the new owners.Documentary new Constitution prevents
should be informed. WUlard Kittles was sentencedto Share Festival SpotliahtJudith officials stamps, Indicatea and also prohibits any changein
serve a total of 12 monthsIn the form of the county'3judicial
Yawn then said the topic of Rep. Shaw referred to what sale price of $20,500 for the
his request was "no secret" the county jail following trialin he termed "buck passing" on system.
and asked that an "appropriate County Judge's Court Tues- the fly issue. He said the Coun- property. Cities have more power today
adjustment be made for services day afternoon. Anne Ford, Miss l local sponsor for her appear- than a county commission: Rep.
rendered by county officials The jury found Kitties guiltyof America of 1969 and Secre- ance. Shaw said, because cities are
." assault and battery and carrying tary of State Tom Adams will Secretary Adams will be the limited only by their charter.

The judge went back to 1953 a concealed weapon. Jud-. share the spotlight at openingday keynote speaker for the annual Brothers Jailed Bradford County Commission.
when he said county officials ge Theron Yawn sentenced him festivities of the North tiy Rural-Urban Day activities of at present, he said has no power

were making $7,500 and got a to serve six months on both Florida Springtime Festival at the Starke Rotary Club and its to enact any law or take any

raise of $500 to 8000. Thenin counts. the Bradford County Fairgrounds farm-city fish fry, traditional action directly spelled out in

1963 or 1965. Yawn said[ Eight other defendants put Wednesday, March 19. opener of the Fair. Approxi- For Drag Racing general or special law in the
they received a $1,000 increase their cases before a jury during Miss America will appear at matley 3,000 pesons are expected Florida Statutes.

to the present$9,000. the past week leaving only the Festival and Bradford County iMY at this event. Shaw pointed_out that. home
That raise was passed in a two more trials to be held Fair through the courtesyof This will be the first time rule could help the county solve
local act pushed by former Sen. today (Thursday), before this the Oldsmobile Divisor of :,. that the Fair will be officially At Plea Day Tuesday two pled guilty to one charge, di'lying its fly and dog problems. Coun

Charley Johns. Former Brad- term of court ends. General Motors. She will arrive ; opened at 10 a.m., allowing the brothers were sentenced to without a valid license! and ty Judge T. A. Yawn said it
ford Rep. Arch Thomas Jr. Alvin Starling and Vic Nettles at the Jacksonville Inter- Rural-Urban Day attenders to serve .three days In the counts was fined $25 or three days. would also empower the Commission

did( not oppose nor support the were found guilty of petit national Airport 10:30: a.m. on visit all exhibits before the Jail after pleading guilty to drag Pleading guilty to the chargeof to set up a drainage
increase. larceny. Pre-sentence investIgations opening day of the Fair where a fish fry. racing DWI was Evelyn Granger authority, something! they do not

Rep. Shaw indicated Friday were ordered in both she Will be met by M, A. Bald t Receiving the sentences wereDanny Scales, who was fined $150 or have power to do now.
win or Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds: ,,, (Continued on Page Five] Lynn Crawford and Timothy 60 days and had her licensi>revoked
that the leglslatve delegationwill (Continued On Page Six Rep. Shaw also pointed to the
Ann Ford
Judith Crawford The for- for 90 days.
caucas on the issue and ____ Skippy state political situation In 1970
n Frescott
license revoked Two men, Claude !
also had his
announce a decision later, pro- mer the state
the Constitution
and Paul Juday, pled guilty to
bably in early April. That Cited for 90 days is required to reapportion again.
worthless checks. They
included every request made of Salary Inequities Timothy Skippy Crawford also writing The Senate wUl be reduced by
fined $20 or three days
without edrivers were
the delegation. The decision pled guilty to driving Bradford
fined and were ordered to make! restitution eight
license' and was
will be made by the delegation be tied
submitted local bill 25 three days. When he appeared Prescott for a $J check County possibly
and as a $ or
in the upcoming session.[ Withheld On CUBB Service Centers in court, he had a restricted and Juday for a $20 check Both to a 10 or 13 county district as
Approval with counties as far away
Shaw asked Judge Yawn his license which County told the Judge that the checks Beach.
Lee.sburlr or Daytona
cancelled.Two were worthless due to book .
"personal oplr on"on the practice Judge Theron Yawn
with keeping errors on their part. Shaw said.
of paying all elected officials persons charged

the same. "Do you Final, approval of CUBB'3 three aides, who work 40 hoursa :the business at handhelping visitors murmured, "That's committing felonies (conviction "Keep your books "We In order don'tlike ," sent He and six Rep counties Tyre Shaw now repre said.
believe other criteria shouldbe Neighborhood Service Center week for $1.60 an hour. the poor. If CUBB can't get Its right, that's right." automatically} means sentenceto Judge adding "It's awfully tought to
considereed he asked. Is being withheld by the legion- In Union County, the director own house In order, how can it Mrs. John Haymon. directorof the state prison) also appear- to get Into the" banking know what Is right."

"There is a" basis for questioning al office in! Atlanta pending Is! paid $300 a month and the presume to help the poor-who the center at Penney Farms, before the Judge and both requested over here Legislators Imply cannot baas
the relative merit" of CUBB's consideration of another aide $1.60 an hour for 33 hoursa know too much already of con- commented, "As long( as we preliminary hearings at Twelve other persons appeared familiar with local county

[Continued On Page Six] staff reorganization at the week. In Baker County the fusion and hate?" stay within our budget, I don't which time a decision: will be before the sentenced judge, pled ElviraPorter guiltyand problems as a county cornmia-
'not the cases were :
week made or
Centers. two aides work 30 hours a : eee what's wrong. The decisionIn sloe Shaw pointed out.
A letter to this effect from for1,60 an hour and the director In the first paragraph of his Clay County was that the should be sent to Circuit Court. Stephens, unlawful The Bradford legislator said

Hugh saussy Jr.. regional administrator receives $230 a month.Concernlni' letter, Saussey called attentionto people would work for a little Thomas Rayburn was charged speed, $25 or 3 day, failure to he envlsloas a local bUl stating
Bradford of the specification un with withholding support, and appear in court, $15-3; Hubert
for the Community lew.: that Bradford County shall be
Action Division of the Office of this. situation. der which the Centers are opera Milton Carter with possession of Sherman Armstrong, driving ordinance making power .
QuarterbackClub Ecnomlc Opportunity's Atlanta: Sau&iy said, in part; it ating: "Each center will be "When we made a trip to Atlanta stolen goods. without a valid license unlawful, $13-3;; except in cases prohibited by
office. was read when the appears that centers' staff was staffed by one center director! they said the agency Pleading not guilty to misde Michael ,Ellis general special law. The bill
met allocated in an attempt to make and one aide. Any change in darts.tonlt'a meanors were: Franz Tamm,, speed. $23-3; James Jones
CUBB Board of Directors doesn't want to make a without license, fail 'enacted, he said should require
to the locations must be charged with carelessly burning driving a
!Monday night. staffing proportionate staffing or up to you people, the failure three readings at different
Action on the matter was delayed percentage of poor per county. approved by the Atlanta Re Rev. John Haymon said. "At woods; and William DeForls ure to report accident meetings of the county commission -
vehicle] under
Meets March 3 until the next Board While this Is a valid consider gional Office.:' lanta Is contradicting Itself." Brown and George Dilllnger. ,, to have to give ample opportunity
with driving while $2S-3 on each! count. .
It the minimum both charged
ation. cannot negate
meeting as. a quorum was not fast for notice to the public. The
Earnest Donley, speed
requirement the continuing out at the intoxicated (DWI)._p1l11nger
present Monday night Director Changes in staffing were It was pointed CurtisDoyle new ordinance would then be
8 P. M. -- for conditions. $35.3;
Ron Sage had ready a "Budget Board responsibility to made, and it.l.s> these which meeting that the board has a unlawful speed. filed a public records in !the
At The and Job Description Revision" lee that equal work is compen have not yet been approved, following surplus of between $12,000 and Nursing Council $35-3 Merritt.Charlene Abernathy. failure county clerk's office and in the

Middle School prepared for the board's con- sated by equal pay. the Oct 29 meeting of $13000 because its director. to; surrender license: registration tate capitol to provide accessto I
Seta Its Fourth
aideratlon. the CUBB Board at which the Sage, is a VISTA Volunteer it from that ]level.
and tag $25.3; Danny
All Members Please In his Feb. 19 letter Saussy "If all center directors are board decided that each county and la not paid by CURB and Annual Meeting Leon Weeks, unlawful speed Rep. Tyre concurred with
.' that a consistent working 40 hours per weel, should decide how It, would because the Board Is no ]longer; of what
Make An Extra EffortTo urged $2S-3; Frank Eugene Jones, failure "the. biggest portion
some are earning 1 lees than the
of staffing, wages, its money for personnel for a deputy director. "But it wUl
Attend. pattern spend paying Fourth annual meeting of the to have vehicle under control Rep Shaw said.
minimum which is a violation
and hours for comparable positions of OEO wage Do11cy'the letter to staff the centers. Sara Sally Nelson, CUBB they setrotary Bradford County (Public Health $33-3; Richard Allen take good people to administer
be established by your commented that It (home rule). It's no pan-
staled Service wishes of Nursing Advisory Council Is set Smith, unlawful speed, $35.3.
Neighborhood the
The with
comply "
agency. Tuesday March 4, at 8 p.m. In James Joseph Watson, unlawful ecea.
the four. Centers are now staffed as follows and still have a sur
Contributed also criticized Atlanta
Thffl Space Saussy for its Sage said at the Monday night : Clay County, three cen the Health( Department on Church speed, $15-3; Earl Jefferson, County Judge T A. Yawn
Weekly to Publicize county economic agency At plus. Street in Starke. unlawful speed, no inspection. "People look
Board and meeting that in his opinion ters, each with a director making agreed with Shaw.
Community Events by staff. long history lanta >is "concerned primarily' $275 a month! and an aide Board members decided that There will be a .short program, sticker, $23-3 for each; Harriet to their elected local officials

Summing dissension.-the regional administrator with salaries of center directors making $1.60 an hour. However, letters should ,toe sent to every annual report installation of officers Joan Miller, parking' on high tor solutions to problems," the

The Community up.sold: "More than and center aides-OEO wants' in two of the centers the aides board member informing them and a social hour will way >$333.Thomas. Judge said. "But In many cases

the resolving of a staffing pattern them to be consistent." work 33 hours a week and in of the urgency of attending the follow' the meeting. Rex Talley. charred' find that authority severely limited

State Bank is .therefore in question.The one 25 hours a week. next meeting and that each The public Is Invited to the with allowing an unauthorized or in doubt"
continued eligibility of Board Member Herman Johnson member should also receive .entire meeting so aU Bradford person to drive!, received a suspended Sen. Saunders said Home Rule

Account now insured CUBB to receive OEO grant; sold "Atlanta keeps telling The other three counties, a copy of Saussy's letter. County. may become: better In sentence. Case against ts "okay it the people want St."

up to $15,000 by funds is in question. The Board us this is our program and run Bradford. Union and Baker formed of the work of the Jerry Howard Yates, charged But the senator said it was his

Federal Deposit Insurance and staff of CUBB are urged to it the way: we want but then each have one center. In Bradford Since a quorum was Dot present Nursing Council, According ,to with failure to surrender license opinion that granting home rule
. 1d" and tell board members referred Mrs. Jackie Burch publicity registration and tag, was
Corp. look beyond self local loyalties they turn arol County there is a director Continued on Page FlvelJfm
and put dlssatlsfact'ons to CUBB what to do. A number of who >is paid $300 a month and. WB to a committee. chairman. thamlaaed.

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Of Interest To 'Waiting Wives'Meet Methodist Adult WSCS District Set

At Home FellowshipEntertained Meeting '

Of Mrs. LoperThe At Gainesville

WOMEN "Waiting Wives" of Mr. and Mrs Don Harden- The Gainesville District 'aim.
: I Starke met Saturday night at brook were hosts to the Methodist 'cal meeting of the /Women's
the home of Mrs. Harry Loper. Adult Fellowship at a party Society of Christian Service
; Francis St. for an evenIng Saturday night with Mr. and will be held at the First United
630 W.
.. Cindy f&footjr
: t64-780.!, Methodist Church 419 N. E.
:.... of bingo, with prizes being Mrs.; J. T. Carter as co-hosts.
Shower GivenIn the winners. Tm First St., Gainesville, Thursday
awarded to
theme was car-
The Valentine March 6. from 9:30: a.m. to 2
Tampa For UIJLL vi.r vi. George Washington birthday ried out in the party decora-
theme was carried out In re- tions. The refreshment table pjn.Guest
Brenda LewisMiss freshmetna and decorations. was covered with a white cut- speakers will be Mrs.
Enjoying this gettogetherwere Harden- Bruce Gray, conference (presi-
which Mrs.
Brenda Lewis bride- 't Joann Crosby, wife of SP- work cloth had purchased In Hong dent,of Hastings and Miss Eula-
elect of March 22, was complimented 5 Ronald Crosby serving with table was centered lie Cook of Columbia S. C.,
at a linen shower HHD 168th Med. Bn., Janell Koflfc. white cake 'who :has done educational and
Sunday afternoon In Tampa Loper, wife of CPT Harry With a ;three-tiered red hearts and literary work In five Latin
given by Mrs. John M. Shep- Enjoying this gettogetherwere decorated with Hardenbrook pre- American countries.
and Mrs.Harold C.Fal'l18- Joann Crosby wife of florets. Mrs.
pard Mrs. Mrs. Gray will conduct a Sym
worth Sr., at the home of the SP-5 Ronald Crosby serving sided at the punch coffee bowl, and Mrs. bollc Charter Service, and all
Carver poured
latter. with HHD 168th Med. Bn., Kor-
societies requested to bringtheir
served the are
D. Farabee Jr.
Martha Inman wife of SP- T.
Arrangements oi pinK ana ea; charter. for this: ceremony.A .
white carnations were In the 4 Charles Inman, HQS Phu Lam ,cake.
pledge service will also beheld
party rooms. The refreshmenttable Sig. Bn., Janell Loper, wife of
Parlor ,
games with a Valen and >all treasurers are
urged -
'..' was centered with a bride CPT Harry Loper, 307th Com- tine theme
were enjoyed. attend.
doll. bat Aviation Bn., Beverly Pass
Assisting in serving was Mrs. wife of Sgt. Eugene Pass, Co. -.
/ t) LuElla Hanson, grandmother of R1 A, 1st Bn., 8th Cav.; Faye White
the bridegroom-elect, and Miss wife of MSG Laurens White.
Sylvia Farnsworth. HUB 7th Bn., 13th Artillery 1DrA
Twenty close friends of the all serving Vietnam;and Bar
Farnsworth family attended. bara Schneider, wife of Sgt.
r.I Wayne Schneider, 7.44 AC&W
Sq. (AAC), serving a remote
Coffee Given For tour in Alaska. FANTASTIC
: The next meeting of the group
Mrs. Paul CrowsonMrs. ( YI will be held Saturday night.
March 1. at the home of Bev- VALUE!
Linda Kay Colson Becomes Bride : Paul Crowson of Pier- erly Pass, Highway 16, Savage

Of Mr.: Waters In First BaptistMiss son, a newcomer to Starke, was 1s Trailer Park. All "waitingwives" tiwa:
honored at a "coffee" last r are cordially to
Thursday morning given, by attend.
Linda Kay Colson, best man. Ushers were Mark Mrs. David Montgomery and 2-PIECE
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Moody, and Jimmy Higginbotham Mrs. Richard Jockel at the Miss Beth Dobbs Weds Mr. ReynoldsIn n.r' .
Colson, and Wilbur L. Waters Danny Waters and J. S. borne of the latter. Raiford Baptist Church Rites DessertBridgeAt 1,4?
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Waters, brothers of the groom. Permanent floral arrangements Stump HomeMrs.
Waters of Lawtey were united Miss Beverly McRae servedas were used In decoratingfor
in marriage on Saturday maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere the occasion. The coffee The First Baptist Church of Nugent. S. G. Denmark and Miss
Feb. 15, at 7:30: p.m. In the Mrs. Mark Moody and .table Raiford was the setting for the After a short wedding trip the PANTSUIT
covered with Lillian
was an ecru Stump entertained
First Church of Miss Elizabeth. visited relatives in West
Baptist with Rev. Mrs. LaRue Williams, sisters marriage couple
l lace cloth, centered with a yellow dessertbridge party Thursday
W. A. Hogan performing the of the bride, Mrs. Danny Wa- Pauline (Beth) Dobbs, daughter Florida.
and white arrangement. night, ,
: Earl Dobbs Feb. 19 at the home of
Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
candlelight of Reynolds are
ceremony. ters, and Mrs. Michael Waters.
Eighteen friends called between the latter
Decorating the altar were two All attendants wore floor of Raiford, and Edward F.Rey- residing in Perry where Mr. on Road.
the hours of ten and ele
sunburst baskets of white length gowns of scarlet red nolds of Perry, son of Mr. and Reynolds Is employed by the Arrangements of spring flow.
mums, pompoms, gladioli and velvet with empire bodices and ven-thirty. Mrs. Pat Reynolds of Chipley. Florida Game Commission. ers were used in decorating
stock against a background of contrasting bows in the back. Rev. Jack Stolte performed the Mrs. Reynolds was a grad- The six tables were centerd
two spiral candelabra, branched Their blush veils were attachedto nuptials on Jan 26 at 3 p.m. uate of Union County; High School with spring nosgays in crystal
candelabra and fern trees. scarlet velvet bows. They attendants. Decorating the altar was a and was employed by the holders. .
Mrs. David Canova organistand carried red sweetheart roses Given in marriage by her pair of candelabra, forming an Winn-Dixie Store in Starke. I.
Mrs. Joan Chitty. soloist, and pink carnation nosegays lather, the bride wore a formal arch, and flanked by white Alter several progressions of
gown of silk organza over bridal bridge prizes were awarded. ;
floor baskets of gladIoli -
provided nuptial music. standing
Little Miss Karen Chitty at- -
taffeta, fashioned with Stork Shower
Michael Waters of Jacksonville tended as flower girl and was an pompoms and carnations
served his brother as empire bodice encircled with against a background of fern SERVICE SCHEDULE
dressed like the other bridal For Mrs. Casey
clipped lace, bateau necklineand
trees. On the piano was an ChurchesST.
-- calla lily sleeves. The :
arrangement of red and white
A-line floor length skirt fea- carnations.Ir". John Green :Mrs James D. Casey was EDWARD'S. Starke: ''L 1 tCr:
tured front rows of French Sapp, pianist, and Mrs. Ko- honored at a stork shower Mon- Carps
JUMP INTO clipped lace. A double waist- bert Cason, soloist proviaea day night at her home on Or- Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m.
line panel terminated In a cha- nuptial music. ange Street given by Mrs. Thursday Mass 6:30: p.m. 9ft' \
pel train adorned with lace ap- Mr. Reynolds attended his Charles Reese, Mrs. Gerald Mleaculous: :Medal Novena: 'l
SPRING. pliques. Her elbow length veil son as best man, and the ush- Griffis and Mrs. Ed Prevatt.A Saturday, 7 p.m. .; price
of illusion was secured to a ers were Michael Dobbs, Don yellow and green color
peau de sole lace headpiece Newmans; and Ressie Griffis. scheme was carried out in the ST. WILLIAM'S: Keystone
decorated with pearls. She Mrs. Roy Clemons served party; decorations and table ap- Heights
carried a bonuquet of white her sister as matron of honor, pointments. Sunday :Mass, 9 a.m. '', Neatly styled lined boy jacket
roses accented with Ivy and and the bridesmaids were Miss Games with prizes were en}' Wttne5dayIass: & Novena )' with trim and tapered pants
PANT lilies-of-the-valley. Connie Thornton, Miss Faye joyed by the 20 guests. 7 p.m. I in fashion new prints. 100
1 o A reception was held in the Leach, and Miss Debra Jones. The hostesses presented the S washable cotton orange,
f church educational building Junior bridesmaids were Miss honoree with a baby memory ST. MARY'S Macclenny: blue or pink, sizes 818.
where guests were greeted at Deborah Griffis. Miss Paula book as a memento of the occasion Sunday :Mass, 11:30: a.m.
the door by Mrs. Olin WhiteJr. Dobbs, and Miss Karen Register. L -4-
DRESSES and Mrs. Robert Barks- The attendants were gown
dale. Standing in the recei- ed alike in floor length A-
bing line were the bride and lIne red velveteen gowns featuring -
groom, their parents and the an empire bodice with
bridal attendants. bow at the waist and long sle-
Decorating the hall were ba- eves. They carried white fur
kets of mums, stock and glad- muffs topped with red rose and

$ O99 ioli fern against trees. The a background bride's table of white.feathered carnation corsages Cadillac Uniform Manufacturing CompanyLargest

was covered with a white sat- Little Mlschell Clemons, ne-
ONLY in cloth edged with lace and ece of the bride, attended as
centered with three pillared flower girl and was gowned like Industry In Bradford County
wedding cake topped by a nose- the bridal attendants. Gordon
gay of orchids and lilies of. Newmans; nephew of the bride,
the-valley. Flanking this were was ring-bearer.
sliver candelabra with white ta- Given In marriage by her
pers. Mrs. R. M. Riherd and father the bride wore an A-
.. Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr. cut line gown of white bridal sat- HIGH PAY
.easy care the bride' cake. in featuring an empire bodice
...action happy The punch table was covered and a chapel train of reem-
with a white satin cloth edged broidered lace. She wore gold
t Choice of several smart with lace and centered by a lover's knot earrings, centered
new styles looking likea crystal punch bowl encircledwith with a pearl. Her shoulder
dress but with the fern and white pompoms. length veil of Illusion was secured -
Assisting in serving were Mrs. with a feathered arrange
comfort and movementof J. E. Hardy, Mrs. Dale Brown, ment of lilies-of-the-valley ,
pants. Most stylesare Mrs. Sidney Jackson, Mrs. J. and she carried a white lace SEWING
L permanent press. M. Edwards Jr.. Mrs Jimmy covered Bible topped with red
Pastels and darks Higginbotham, Mrs. Linda Kay roses and feathered carnations.A .
Johns Mrs. Wayne Sapp, and reception was held in the
solids and prints. Sizes Misses Cindy Sink, Evelyn Sin church recreation hall which
1018. clair, Sandra Register,and Gin- was decorated with baskets of

O.X1.1.. ; DAY EVERY DAY ger Baldwin. Miss Jayne Hardy pompoms, gladioli ivy and
kept the bride's book. mums. In the windows were i
FKI. .AM Ii SAT. 1111. 7 P.M. After spending some time with white wedding bells and red OPERATORSIN
their guests, the couple left camellias.The .

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.:::::: tiered wedding cake topped with
:t: love birds holding a wedding OUR NEW SHIRT DIVISION
band. This was flanked by silver .
I STARLING candelabras with red tapers
I decorated with ivy. Mrs. Beatrice -
Clay and Mrs. Paul

FARM SUPPLYEDDIE cake.Worthington cut the bride's Many Fringe Benefits

I Greeting guests at the door
i! was Mrs. Charley Burnette, and 1. HOSPITALIZATION
STARLING OWNER standing In the receiving line
were the bride and groom, their
f 1 1 1 parents, and bridal attendants.The .
We Are Now In Our %*;*!'i"l;; punch table was covered 2. LIFE INSURANCE

with an ecru lace cloth, and
I centered with a crystal punch 3. EXCELLENT WORKING
II bowl encircled with ivy and red CONDITIONS
NEW HOME camellias.

M Assisting In serving were 4. PAID VACATION
m Mrs. Theodore Young,Mrs.Roy
; Burnham, Mrs. Duane Dykes,
f 225 W.
Andrews St. Rear of Tastee-Fre on 301 : ti Mrs. Paul Klsh, and Mrs. Paul 5. FORTY HOUR WORK WEEK

You Are Invited to Visit Our New Headquarters ::1>1j1' Altar, Society
.4 ........ Host At Deanery: INTERVIEWS.
COMPLETE LINE OF >:j fsJ Board MeetingMembers .
r :

: FRESH GARDEN of St. Edward's Altar From One O'clock Until Five O'clock Monday Thru
tiff AND FIELD SEEDS it St. Society Augustine; were Deanery host.Vat board the Thursday Starting

meeting on Feb. 18 at Holiday MARCH 3, 1969 -- .. .

i1:.;: FARM SUPPLIES AND F-R-M FEEDS f.:" Inn.jtfr. Robert RitcheY of Jacksonville -

ff;: spoke on the import-
ij ance of following the rules and Also Positions Available For:
.j If You Are A Farmer -- You Name it rJ regulations of the Council's by-
>::::? -- laws. Rev.David O'Shea, Dean- 1.
We Got it! ery moderator, gave a talk on SUPERVISOR
I the lenten season. Mrs. Jos-
eph Cissy presided over the 2. PAYROLL CLERK

i I WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING I. Altar Representing Society; were St. Moderator Edward's

father A. G. Griffin C. S. S.
i" P.. Mrs. Lester Humphles,
"" :: ...' . ':OOO-' :::>>:-;<<':-:-:-:-:"' :--'Oo'm:<<-:<.::c; Mrs. Jimmy Moore Mrs.Fran-
: : ;;<<:"' :: : :::<<--==::;; '::::;::::::: ;;:;:::;;;::;: ::::: :Z-:::: :::: }: :: ces Meng' and Mrs. Henry Ste-
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Pta//i $tJIIKMw ; ___n_____ M1YLY Th
I : LOOK ) 'X P s : -JJ SALDWJJI -
Mr and Mrs. Larry James Elder and Mrs. H E. A7 f MXVTI _
Clark, Starke announce the Harris of Bonifay were Sat : VIGGER' YHATSA C8ER3LE-LO3'
urday luncheon guests of Mr. SoDy;
birth of a son James. /Andrew,
and Mrs. V. V. Hazen.
I y
on Feb. 20 In Bradford County d
Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlsonof
Moline HI. are visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bush Ed Prevatt for several weeks.
r Jr. of Sanford will be guests I I
this weekend of Mr. and Mrs. LARGE EGGS 49c doz.-Dowl-
Clyde .Terwillegar Jr. Col. Ing Produce.Mr. -
and Mrs. John Franklin Bolt C
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward HIggins and Mrs. L. C. Adams : 1:3:
all formerly of Sanford had as Sunday dinner guests T .... '
will be guests Sunday.Mr. Carl Watson of Jacksonvilleand .. ;:::
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wat- .-,
and Mrs. W. F. Her- son of Daytona Beach on Carl's !
long have had as visitors Mr. 'birthday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Mark N. Herlong and and Mrs. Carl Johns. I
Rita Sue Grover family and F. V. Herlong of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns HenryEngagement
To Wed Mr. SadlerMiss Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Sr. Griggs MAKE THE I I
Frank Brabham of Gainesville and daughters. Gail and Mrs. 1
Rita Sue Grover and Carl Edwards of Fort Whiteon Carolyn High attended the fun- .
and Mrs. Pauline Mrs. Audrey Mrs. Willie S.Griggs :
daughter of Mrs. Emma Groverof Sunday eral service of Mr. and
Herlong of Jacksonville, and Christy; in Augusta Ga. on Sun of KIngsley Lake announce the :3:
Starke Ray Sadler son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sad- daughter. Mrs. Althea Wil- engagement of their daughter ::::
ler of Dade City, will be unitedin kinson, and grandson of DeSoto, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry East- Linda Yolanda to Patrick Alexifc: SPRINGSAVING
marriage on June 12 in Dade Ga. on Monday erling visited their sonIn- ander Henry' son of Mr. and '$ I
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry of Starke. 3 pf3 I
City.Miss Grover is a 1968 grad-' LARGE EGGS 49c doz.-Cowl Mrs. Larry Haddock and fam- The bride-elect graduated ?
uate of Bradford High School. ing Produce.! ily in Jacksonville on Sundayon from Bradford High School in $ ::
Mr. Sadler graduated from Dade Wayne Haddock's second 1967 and worked as a medical :
High School and is stationed at Mrs. Esna Younge and Mrs. birthday. secretary In Atlanta for one <
Fort Gordon Ga. Emory Dean of FairfieW were Mrs. Margaret Jackson visit- year. J
All friends and relatives are Sunday dinner'guest of !Mr. and ed Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jack- Mr. Henry graduated from ; I
invited. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. son in Ocala on Sunday.Mr. Bradford High School In 1962. :
Mrs. U W.Strickland of Wild- and Mrs. V. V.Hazen He is employed as a lieutenantwith :i
wood is visiting her sisters, visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Fur- the Starke Police Department :!. SCENE .
UDCToMeetW. Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. Edith long in Tlfton, Ga. last Mon- i:;. ::
Christiansen this week. day to Friday.Mr. Wedding plans will be an- :::: :::3
T. Weeks Chapter, 'UDC Charles F. Scott of Decatur, nounced later. :}: : ::
will meet; Wednesday. March 5, Ga. will spend the weekend and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- 1
at the home of Mrs. E. L Mat. with his brother- -law and willegar"Jr.were guests of Ford {;
thews with Miss Madge Mldleton sister, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Motor Co. the past weekendat Beta Sigma Phi I SPRING YOURSELF LOOSE IN A I II
and Mrs. J. H. Fields as COnoste&ses. Ilaynes Jr. on Santa Fe Lake. the Daytona 500 NASCAR Has Rush PartyAt Spring!
J. G. Caldwell is in the Gain- RACES. They attended the race
esville VA Hospital after suffering on Saturday and Sunday. FairgroundsMembers

a heart attack. .Swtlay! Mrs. W. H. Edwards III vis-
of Beta Sigma Phi
nfeftt. ited Col. Edwards in Washing I I
Richard Makela and Charles Sorority held their annual Rush.
ton D. C. over the weekend.
aU aboWt Chambers of Miami were week- Party Monday night at the Bradford
Mrs. Edwards and children planto
end guests of Charles' parents, County Fairgrounds. ''Mem ., NewChevrolet
join Col. Edwards when
J1 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chambers. ,hers and honored rushees enjoyed :::: : I
uJ their house Is finished in (March.
Bobby Simmons of Miami,who with
The Edwards childrM. "'11. a hamburger fry a
has just completed duties in Cynthia and Susan, .spent the western theme. If Chevrolet doesn'tmake
Vietnam, is visiting Mr. and .
The dining tables were covered
weekend with their grandparents
BY Mrs. Lee Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- with red and white check ,
Mr. what want
NANCY'S FLOWERS. and Mrs. Steve Simmons. ered cloths and party favors I you I
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Joesph A.
well.Mrs. were placed for each of 'the #
TIIK; PLANT:\ 'Ilivr Gay and son Jerry, of Col- Martha Moore had as members and .guests. Enter } want
STORKS: WATKK: umbia, S. C. spent the week- visitors, her son, STG-2 Tom tainment for the evening was maybe what you r
Ever heard of( a succulent end with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Moore of Norfolk. Va. over the provided by Tommy and Frances r
plart: A succulent pUnt r ione Gay. weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Tyer, Linda and Allen Dal. isn't a car.
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Steve Billings of Boca Raton on
,that at res_water! They) nrc: of Its Dewitt; and Hole Hersey
daughter spent the week- Saturday afternoon.
the cactus fami and Bill and Mercelyn Young f
end in Williston with Mr. and
ly. The reasona ( Mrs. II. E. Smith. LARGE EGGS, 49c doz.-Dowl. who ,are member: of the Kaper rr, ;
succulent planthi.s Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stray- ing Produce. Kutiers square dance club of : It seems clear that if you're in the market I

: tin most horn of Wildwood were last Palatka.The for any new car, there ought to be a Chevrolet
beautiful- (Iiiwers/ Thursday visitors of Mr and Mr. and Mis. J. S. Shuford group danced several
r' Is because :it- Mrs. M. F. Hazen. and family and Mr. and Mrs. numbers and then joined( In one 'i: to please you. After all, over the years ::

stored wider !. Mrs. A. R. McGuire and Mrs. Bell Hall visited Cedar Key and of the dances after being shown ::1 Chevrolet has pleased more people than any
1"l d i s t rlbul il in Winona Mathews Jacksonville Rainbow Springs on Sunday. ithe basic steps. other car in the world. We say it this way- ::{
... just\ the p' PIT were Friday visitors of Mr.and Honored rushees were Mrs. "
who Is in "Putting f first, keeps us first. \
Michael O'Brien
amount tu in.ikcII ;Mrs. Harnev McRae. John Harold (Pearl) Andrewsand you
bloom. That i h shy PI'OPI'I'wutI'hm i Newton. la. for nine weeks. Mrs. Jimmy (Martha Sue) M
: uf all flow'.'s. is impoitunt '. LARGE EGGS 49c doz.-Dowl- \schooling, will spend the weekend
ing Produce. with his family ere. Dyal.
I-i lovely blossom' 0' ::
We always have the) loveliest John G. Sims III of Newport r : 'ft if' ,.AI.. .. ::.i
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Parrish ::: '
Day Of PrayerTo .. .. ,. _1'4 .
blol'sUI1OUi\ !: au:(' picked at R. I. spent the weekend with of Atlanta Ga. arc visiting Mr. "' .......- 't' :
the peak of fn-simr-o; ;. Tinnext liis finance, Miss Carol Searing and Mrs. Merrltt Williams this Be Held At .:.:.. :' :.:'
Unit' you si'lid( flowi-r.s send and her parents :Mr. and Mrs week. : ::
Christian ChurchThis
ours! Earl B. Searing
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:::: PICK UFA -- ::::
year's World Day of
Prayer will be held at 10 1
You Get MORE For Your MoneyAT Friday March 7, in the First PICKUPDURING
from Christian St. Church Mark's with Episcopal women '3 OUR 1 1 11iii

Church, First United Methodist : --
Church First Christian Church 1iii i!
and First Prebyterian Church SPRINGSAVING
participating in the program. J
FIRST FEDERALWith Sponsored by Church Women j1j
United this day will mark the
time when millions of women i SCENE
will further close the gaps--
Two Plans!
Savings national, racial, economic and

religious women that in the divide communityare people.All t[ more Style is boldly evident on Chevy's light-duty 1

invited. 1 truck team New long hood and massive new aluminum ;::

.:j: grille highlight the bold look on '69 Chevy pickups :;

Supper Given :1::: Underneath it all? Tough1' ;:::

For Meng VisitorsMrs. I I Ij

Freda Meng and Mrs. f #
Clara Mouch of Toledo Ohio,
who are visiting! their families j MORE TRUCKS ARE CHEVROLETS 1
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and
(Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng I IN
were honored at a covered dish! 1 BECAUSE CHEVROLET IS MORE TRUCKSPRING
supper Sunday night in St. Ed. II
ward's Parish Hall with Mr

hosts.and Mrs. Robbie Shaller as f:# I

The six dining tables placed .
r rf together in the shape of a U, g I.
were decorated with camelliasand N;J
ivy and the center table
w+? held a crystal swan with camellias.
Following the supper card I
games were enjoyed.


St;. Edward's Altar Societywill
meet Wednesday March 5, :
EarnA at 7:30: p.m. In the Parish Hall.
Passbook Savings Earn Savings ;
(All members are asked to at.

Whopping tend. .

4.5% .;, ':
5.25% Turkey DinnerThe ,

Starke Woman's Club will I 3
Per Annum Quarterly Dividends Per Annum On Investments sponsor a turkey dinner at the
A Big Return With Of $5,000 (or more) For club house on Thursday March ti
Flexibility. 6 Months. 6, from )11:30): to 2 p.m. Tic- f.
kets may be. purchased at the >>
door for $1.25. I

LARGE EGGS, 49c doz.- Dow1- : -- w. __w
lax Produce j I IM

Program With Either PlanlSavings THE BRADFORD -


Published every Thursday .
at 138 W. Call Street :<:0:<' U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500 s.
Starke Florida 32091

and Loan Second at SUrka class postage Florida paleS I STARKE, FLORIDA

'sJ In trade area: $3.00 per I
218 N. Temple Are. Phone 944-5000 year; $2.75 six months.
OuUlde trade area: $>.80 L 'Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"TELEGRAPH

"The House Savin Sll per year; $3.00 six months = saSBSSreaaaaaaaaaflg -

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ProblemIs he is !building two new homes.
'within a quarter of a mile of a
AttackedContinued Chicken,operation. He told of.
piles of dead Chickens in a
Starke Chrysler-Plymouth
( from Pave One) creek homes. not far from the two

lead to more buck passing. Other matters were also presented .--....
Who is responsible for such to the legislative delegation :
problems now, Mrs. Olssy ask. last Friday.
ed? The SBH, Shaw said, but L. W. Norsworthy: from the 9
added that body has Informed Bradford County side of Santa r I II II AUTHORIZED. DEALER CHRYSLER
him It has no authority to teU' Fe Lake, said he hopes control'of I yau MOTORS CORPORATION'
a chicken grower he has to have pets can also be handled M}
an Incinerator to burn dead through the home rule provis
birds. ion. Norsworthy said Santa Fe
B. J. Griffiths of Graham said Lake is plagued by packs of + f I +i4 rk



The Price Of All Haircuts

Will Increase 25c
Angus Set For Gainesville Show

HAIRCUTS $1.75 Walter Prevatt. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. (Big Boy) ,,,D....
FLAT TOPS $2.00 Prevatt, shows the Black Angus steer be plans to enter la the 4

BRADFORD BARBER SHOP Greater Galneivllle Area' Steer Show next: Thunday. March 8, 4 ;', a r
CITY BARBER SHOP beginning at 8:30: a.m.
LAVVTEY BARBER SHOP Walter Is one of 12 Bradford County 4-H and FFA member
who will enter steers In the show
PLAZA BARBER' SHOP dogs running loose. Rep. Shaw bothersome dogs.
SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP acknowledged the problem is Starke City Council Chairman
county wide, .saying !he has received Orle Wiggins told Rep. Shaw
many phone calls about that body has gone on recordas
- - - -
wwwwwww opposing consolidation of Its Don Williams Carl Nibert
tax collecting with that Of MANAGER SALESMAN

MOVE UP TO. Bradford School Supt.County.Tom Casey 'requested -

.. that another! local bill
be passed to allow the School
Board to set his salary. Such Now Showing"CAR
an act was passed In 1965 Casey
said, but expired with the new
Constitution."It OF THE YEAR"
MODERN LIVINGwith Is untenable that .the ,
School Board didn't come here
H to present this themselves," starring Road Runner.
Rep. Shaw stated. He asked for
Motor Trend picks it.
members of the School Board
to stand; none did. As far as You can catch it at
he Is concerned. Shaw said, the
matter won't be considered until
theMAGIC brought before the delegation
Supt. Casey also asked the
legislators to continue the Educational
Improvement Expense! got MOTOR TREND'S "Car of thing. We admit competition was stiff,

OF MAGIC CHEF! funds, which totaled $344,000 for the Year," the Plymouth Road Runner. but Road Runner came out on tpp.
Bradford this year, passed by
Then and
the last legislature for a two- It takes more than looks to win this Think about it. see us get
year period. award. Road Runner won on every- a great deal on the "Car of the Year.
The superintendent also spokeIn

True Economy -- Reduces Utility Bills Schultz's favor of House proposal Speaker to finance Fred

No Problem When The Power Goes OH 683.000000 construction in with school a huge building bond ..

issue to be paid off with gasoline RDetl
taxes. '
COMPLETELY AUTOMATICThere Rep. Shaw said, however, that
unless more favorable facts are !CARD/rHE YEAR
presented it Is doubtful he can won""NDMZINI_
ever consider such a bond Is. --.. .. ---
Is NO MATCH With Modern Gas sue. He said Interest rates have

been raised to the legal ceiling ... -
Cooking of seven per cent so the .state I : .
could selfsame Issues. The representative \
termed that toocostly.
i .. .
Casey left the meeting after
: :EiEiiii his presentation but reappeared //RJJaf{ 1
p-;; OVEN WINDOW later telling the delegation that s s
the School Board had not been Runner> ( w
Informed his salary had expir
ed. In fact Casey said, he did
CLOCK not know it until a few days CAROlFfHE YEAR 4
prior to the hearing when be
\.. I ,Wit a.""IF talked to another superintend.*. MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE 1969
'J "
v ent."For
: too many years the
School Board has depended upon .
TIMER you (the superintendent) to
Casey.speak for them," Shaw told

COMPLETELY (Editor's Note: Articles on
the county officials' request fora :
AUTOMATIC salary increase and Home Rucik
__ Rule appear elsewhere in this :
issue:; ot The Telegraph.)

----;:- -d :=-' --; NO MATCHES Groups Planning RtlIJTJ1JIIDfJrCIR'flP'HE( w

NEEDED Community ProjectMembers { rEAR

VMAOIC CHEF; of the American Red
Cross, Civil Defense and Starke MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE 1969cik
Junior Woman's Club are putting .
their heads together to plana
Regular Price project which will be of ser-
50 vice to the entire community.

Plans will be announced at a
$249.50NOW WITH later (t'ate However, an organ-; '
TRADE Izitlonal: meeting has been hell
and committee members include
W )II. Shearin, director of safe :
ty service of the American Red :
Cross, Jacksonville area chap: MatiIRfflll
,iter; Frank Williams, head of
$10 $10 local CD; Mrs. Bill Chambers
Mrs Duane Dykes Mrs. Wayne llllefCAIRO"{
Whlffen, Mrs. Wallace Wise,
Mrs, Kenneth Fuqua, Mrs. Richard
Jockel, Mrs. Larry Mc- .' YEAR
Allister, Mrs. Elzle Sanders and

Spend Less But Get The Best !' Mrs Charles Hutcheson. MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE 1969

i The meeting was held at tha
home of Mrs. Chambers on Feb.



Double Action For Double IN TAMPA
Cleaning Mrs. J. L. Strickland former
1'/I ly of Clay Hill died Feb. 18', AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER
'';,, Heavy-Duty Tranamr'isionREG. ; at the home of her daughter w- MOTORS CORPORATION
.,'\\iq'I\\I'\ III IIII Mrs. Joann Lang, in Tampa$ ,
\ \ \ where she had lived for the
\' \ \ \\: PRICE several
past years.

@ i'lt:1\\ :lilll 1," $ Now Only .Jim She the Strickland was Long the, Branch widow former of Baptist pastorof Rev. Starke Chrysler-Plymouth

Church, where funeral Services
Compare And I were held at 2 p.m. Friday.

ONLY $10 $188 Feb. 22.Mrs..Strickland. was a former
You'll Buy I. correspondent for The Telegraph ,
writing the Long Branch
PER MONTH West"g"OU$, news items for many years, u. So 301 North r Phone 964-6600

George Shuford of Lwter,
SLADE was elected chairman of the
: APPLIANCES' Bradford County Hospital Board.
at the February 18 meeting,
Next to Baldwin ChevroletOlcUmofcfleFly
I succeeding T. H. Blade. W. 0,
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 (SOl) Dodd was elected vice
chairman, and Mrs. L. .1, Green
was elected secretary-treasurer.: ,
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p, Dumped From Loop Tourney To Revival Pine Coming Hill

Continuing to dominate Florida It was a different story Friday bind 35-30 at the half. Charles Blye had 15 rebounds offs remaining. 212. Murphey, 1-0-2 Graudon ta 4-11-19. McCartt 1-2-4 Allen Revival services will start
Star Conference basketball however as the Tornadoesfirst They were never able to and Mark Graudoixs 13 -. the Statistics 1-1-3 Marks 0-0-0, Chandler 5-1- 2-1-5 Joiner (MM. Shellen 1-1-3. Sunday. March 2, at the Pine
Live Oak's Bulldog wrapped up five tolled all night but make up that margin as Orange other three Tornadoes had only BHS-16 21 18 13-68. 11. Johns 204. Rtherd_2-0-4, Hartley.2-3-7. Price 102. Totals Hill Congregational Methodist
the Loop Tourney last weekend never really got started. Coach Park controlled the boards allowing .seven between them. St. Aug..11 10 17 25-63 Talley 0-04 Totals 291068. 21-21-03. Church one mile east of Star-
with a 59-52 win over Orange Sexton's five led Orange Park the Tornadoes only one Orange Park had four men BHS-McKinney' 5-0-10 Brown St. AugustineGrider 2-0-4 BUS-17 13 15 IS-61 ke on the Brownlee Road.
Park and without having to 17-15 after the first period buta shot while sometimes taking in. double figures. Bill Attawayled 7-1-15 Graudons 4-4-12. Blye 4- Walker 4-0-8, Green 4-3-11 Ban- O. P.-IS 20 16 15-66 .
low 13-polnt performance in three or four shots before sinkIng with 17 points. David Long BHS -McKnight 4-0-8 Brown Services will begtrr at 7:30:
meet Bradford's cagers again. the second period saw them: be- a layup.Wvl and Mickey Brokas had 16 11-1-23. Graudons 5-0-11 Blye 3- each night with Tommy L. Hlll-
The Tornadoes of Bus found points each and Daryl Lauder 8-14. :Murphey 2-1-5 Chandler ard as the speaker In charge.
themselves knocked from thatournament dale had 12. Cagers Vie TonightIn C-0-0. Totals 25-12-61. The revival will close with dinner
Friday night after''' Adratn Brown had 23 pointsto Orange Park-Attaway 6517. on the grounds.
a disappointing performance lead BHS In scoring:. He hit :Schlltman 0-1-1. Lauderdale 4-4-
against Orange Park. The locals 11 of 20 field goal attempts as 1 12. Long 7-2-16. Brakes 8016. The public is invited.
trailed all the way alter leadIng r rl he continued to be hot from the Region Tourney Price 204. Totals 27-12-68.
17-15 after the first quarter. uJ floor.

They were forced got only Into 35 rebounds foul troubleas and Blye had 14 points for the Bradford High cagers will and Lincoln play the second .... ... .. ,
Tornadoes, Graudons 11, Mc ; :- \ ..;-. -. .- :: : .
they fought for the ball In take on Lincoln High Schoolof game at 7:30: and New Smyrna .. .. '.':
a : .. .
Knight 8, and Murphey 5. II : .. .
come-from-behlnd attempt in the :.> Both teams hit 12 free throws. Gainesville tonight (Thurs- Beach and Palatka vie at 9pm. ... -....... -.# :/ :. ;- .. ;..'-' .,
final Feb. 27) at 7:30: p.m. ,,-
three minutes.In w although Orange Park had 24 day There will be two Fri- \ }J' .
games :' ;-: .
District 5
In the .
advancing to the semi-finals chances to 19 for BHS as the Tournament at New Smyrna day night In the semi-finals, %. .*".'*, ._ '*-* r-.. if.l ... .
the Tornadoes fouled while fightingfor one at 7 p.m. and the other (\l .
Tornadoes .
easily downedSt. High School in New Smyrna '
Augustine 68-63 last Thursday a possession of the ball. Beach. staring at 8:30 p.m. The District :. '. : 1.\ ; .0'
night In the opening roundof t- ll j 44r The 35 rebounds was the sec- Should the Tornado cagers 5 Championship will be decided r :. \N- :
play In Live Oak. Orange + ond lowest total of the season win the district, first step in Saturday the game beginning S .. .'
Park downed Lake City 73-52 for the Tornadoes. Coach Sex- eliminations for the state play- at 8 p.m. I. .*, :- _
and Bolles of Jacksonville won -r in .said his team loafed their offs they will advance to the .... .
over Palatka 86-58 Thursday .. 'way from the tourney by not Regional TournamentsetMarch If the Tornadoes with a 15-
defenslng the Raiders when they is 7 season record going into the
night. Live Oak. after an openIng 6-8. The State Tournament
night bye as conference knew what to expect and by set March 13-15 in the Jack- district survive the opening
champions came on Friday to Members of the 1969 BUS baseball team shown above, area .staying on the floor when they sonville Coliseum. round they will meet It.he winner (4kp
should have been scrambling of the Palatka New Smyrna
down Bolles 7966. First row: Seniors Robtift Smith Gene Melvin J. P. Waters Lincoln Bradford's opening Fri-
In their effort Thursday for rebounds. night competition in the region, Beach game at 8:30 p.m.
winning -
'and Paul Norman. Second row Larry Brown Dennis Hall
: After .splitting the two tour day. NSB, seeded second, is
,the Tornadoes played ne.k [ is described by Tornado Coach
and neck with St. Augustine for Timmy Eiland, David Lasslter 'MIke Hewett. Third row: Jimmy nament games. BHS is 15.7 for Mike Sexton as a run and shoot favored to down the Braves

the first five minutes when:! the Temple. Johnny Brown, Wayne Boatwrlght, Greg Dyal, and season with only the state play- ball club. Sexton quickly pointsout from Palatka.

score was knotted 9-9. Coach Mike Smith. that Lincoln has been play-
Mike Sexton called time, then ing tough competition so the 5-
and whatever he said brought; Fair OpeningSet 9 record to date means almost SMILEOF

the Big Red five to life.! They Baseball Season nothing.
scored 25 points in the next March 79 Seabreeze High of Daytona Is THE WEEKSPECIAL p MILLEX 22
eight minutes and with 2:11: left seeded first in the tourney and
In the second period led the therefore drew a first round

Yellow Jackets 3618. Begins March 7 (Continued from Page One) bye.second. New and the Smyrna Tornadoes is seeded are HYBRID PEARL MILLETup

After that Sexton freely substituted The Rotary Club announces seeded third. Two other Flo-

playing his entire bench Tornado b&seballers will begin! With six lettel'meneturnlng., new arrangements which will rida Star Conference teams St. to 53% more forage
extensively. But the Tornadoes action next Friday, March 7. BHS Coach Dewey :McKinney require all persons attendingthe Augustine and Palatka, are +
continued to hold their own un- fish fry to have a Fair playing In the Dist. 5. tourney. / J than millets!
at 7:30: p.m. on Bradford FieldIn says he is looking for a "pret ordinary
til the fourth period when the St. Augustine meets
In Daytona
the opening game of the 1969 ty good team." admission, pass or ticket
Jackets came to life for 25 diamond season Several boys still playing order to receive their "free" Beach-Campbell at 6 p.m.todayin
points.) Sexton allowed the subs basketball, Including Mark dinner. This control has become the opening game BHS In extensive pasture tests, new Millex! ) 22 has shattered j

to stay in, however and they Opponent for the first game is Qraudons who is expected to necessary due to the extra existing yield records, producing as high as 55: tons of
came out 68-63 winners. tough large crowd expected as a Compared to ordinary millets
Orange Park. Arnold carry the Tornadoes' pitching grass per acre Northrup
'Adrain Brown led the Tornadoes : Braden a left bander: considered \ load are not yet practicingwith result of the scheduled app-> UnderInch King's new pearl millet hybrid; shows more early vigor
against St. Augustine; with one of the best hurlers in the team which began erance of Miss America. faster growth faster regrowth more tillering.
the Florida: Star Conference, work Feb. 3. Name ChangedThe Of Rain Fell
15 points. Mark Graudons: had With good management Millex/ 22 summer pastureswill
will probably for the Raiders North Florida Spring-
12. Christy Chandler 11, David open Johnny Brown, sophomore let. often carry two or three more cows per acre than
Orange Park has a 13.7 time Festival was formerly
McKnight and Charles Blye add record last year and placed termen, will probably start the known as the North Florida From Feb. 77-24 ordinary; millets. Relished by cattle Millex 22 produces
ed 10 each. Blye had 18 rebounds for the Tor
Orange game
second in the conference. Strawberry Festival, but the nutritious summer grazing free of prussic acid.
and Graudons 12. nadoes. The BHS pitching corps Best of all Millex! is available for
annual event has had the misfortune Rainfall over the county averaged news : pasture
.1 also includes Larry Tanner Brown In the past of being only eight-tenths of aa TIIUR. THRU WED. plantings this :\\earl! Reserve ;your Millex! 22 seed right
freshman, and Larry a
subject to adverse weather conditions Inch during the week of Feb. now I
If you'rea buying a junior left-hander, both non- that have kept straw- 1724. according to the Florida HOMEMADE
double car, can help you lettermen.At berries from being in quantity Forest Service, Available from:
save real I money. catcher the Tornadoes will production at Fair time. Lawtey was the wettest placein
:Maybe $100. Maybe have two-year-lettermen:! Robbie The Executive Committee of the county with 1.2 Inches of CHILI
mere. Here's how: Smith, a senior and David Las. the Bradford County Fair Association measurable rain at the Louis
break after, 11. Smith a big: 220-pouid-: recently made the decision Hilt Tower The New River Starling Farm Supply
1. We help arrange er, sat out last season with a to use the :springtime: Tower recorded .7 inches ard SOC
a low cost car loan : broken leg but lettered in his theme, which would open up the the Santa Fe Lake Tower ,5 EDDIE STARLING, OWNER
For New Car Buyers through your local I freshman and sophomore years. possiblity of developing a inches

bank or credit union. Letterman Jim Temple Is first broader day program.of spring The is official March FJty-jear average for Bradford TUCK'Snrl" I 225 W. Andrews St. (Rear of Tastee
County during the monthof
From I presently holding down the first of the 19th Freez on 301))
2. New Century car 20, the second day February is 5.83 inches of
base Job. Temple, a Junior: may annual Fair.Home. / < DRIVE-IN
insurance!' gives j rainfall. Through Feb. 24 rainfall -
receive competition from Char- I C
has been above that SEEDS
the protection les Blye, star basketball, whois aver BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS .
need at low cost aging 6.22 inches. CHICKEN
considering coming: out forff

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"' BILL POWELL ::: ::;: Hits SnagContinued

Phone 964-6464 .11 11
401 t W. Madison St. FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors g ( from Page One)
t :':' :

C Starke, Fla. :m 1 1 1 to a county requires a refer- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

.. Shaw contends, and Judge
1 1 1 1iji
NATIONWIDEINSUHANCIf SHEA'S I Yawn agrees that Bradford Isset
up as a non-charter county NEW CAR
iji government in the new Consti
tution. Some counties such as
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company ;::: 3724I5372.4353 8il :: Dade and Duval, have charters 1

'. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio I : : II "N.W. 4th Plaea :%: With a unique form of govern- 1
:::: GoiniivllU, :::: ment.
;1 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*: ,
Bradford's form of govern
ment would not be changed
Shaw insisted. He read Para.
I GAINESVILLE Business Directory graph F of Article VIII of the

new Constitution to the audi- ..


under county charters shall YEAR END PRICES NOWDURINGONLY
I MUSTANG have such power of self-government
S OLDSMOBILE: i Johnson & Farts; Inc. Mobile Homes Inc. as is provided by gen
) SALES& SERVICE eral or .special law. The board
Fine Selection of Used Cars I SEEDS PLANTS Gainesville's Discount Mobile of county commissioners of a
Taken' On Cadillac Trades Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Home Sales Lot. county: not operating under a i
J 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 NEW :MOON CAPEM.A charter may enact, in a manner e I
BRONZEWOODLow prescribed by general law iciA
I We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders WE
CRANE Monthly Payments county ordinances not inconsistent
LINCOLN MERCURY I 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 with general or special 3

Authorized Sale & Service 116 N. W. 16th 372.8191 law, but an ordinance in con: WILL

2201( N, Main Ph 372-4373 MATERNITY WEAR flict with a municipal ordinance 'MOREDAYS
MOTORCYCLES shall not be effective within: the
Crane ImportsVolvo I municipality to the extent of MEET

MG Triumph. FOR MOTHERSTOBEA YAMAHA BMW such conflict."

606 E. University I FULL LINE OF
Phone 372.4251 e fI cPeaa sca IF WE DON'T HAVE IT OR
I Lingerie Dresses Slacks LEFT
we'll ret It for you. Office
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits Sales Parts Service
I 615 W. University 378.2811 Supplies. Furniture. Equip- BEAT
EXPECTANTLYYOURS ment. Bradford Coun TO 1 1

,f 4 wheel drive and ears I I INC. 1IUSICBALDWIN baseball.Telerraob. Blye and Adrain WIN '\L-L .- 7A h4 ANY

Sales Parts Service Brown a cage star also considering
) Clean Used Toyotas 706 W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. baseball have never DEAL
1700 N. Main 376.1266 PIANOS- ORGANS. played baseball at BHS. FORDCONTEST
CHOtCI OF 7sxii:
:Mechanical CONTRACTORK. Mike Hewett a junior non- ANYWHERE
Beauty Academy - so far" at second base. But he
POWELL'S E. Hyde Ent. Inc. has compet.tlon from two oth-
G'ville Shopping Ctr 372-5353 er juniors-Greg Dyal and Greg

Beauty a Profession AcademyLearn In Your Thompson's Refrigeration MOVERS ketball.Riherd who Is still playing bas AND WE ARE DETERMINED TO WIN !

Service Dennis Hall a Junior who Is
Spare) Time Full or Part Time
f 219 NW. 10th 378.2766 Healing Air CondJUonlnc Lone Distance Marine out for the first time is at

S Repairs on White Appliances Storage Packing short stop. Hall is Improyingevery
ELECTRIC MOTORS Industrial Combustion Service Crating Shipping day according to Coach
Free Estimates CallHILL'S McKinney. 56 Cars To Select From
ELECTRIC Boiler Room Sales Service Senior letterman J. S. Watersis

3038 N. Waldo Rd Gainesville at third base. Another letter
Motor Repair Co.Of Telephone 372-2162 man Tommy Talley at third .
Gainesville. Inc. Van Service, Inc. base Is still playing basketball.
Outfielders are Gene Melvin
RewindingNew 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vllle
Repairing MEN'S WEAR 12, Timmy Eiland. 10, Wayne
2818 N. W. and 16th Used- Ph. 3728318t 372-4271 Boatwrtght. 11, Mike Smith. 10. IF YOU DON'T TRADE THIS WEEKEND
and Paul Norman 12.
Industrial STAG 'N DRAG PAINT GLASSLIDDELL Melvin is a football lettermanand
Farm and
PAINT & is out for baseball for the
Equipment Griffin Suits first time but Coach McKinneysays WE BOTH LOSE
he Is looking good and Is
J Santa Fe Tractor, S Arrow Shirts Flonhelm Shoe
t expected to he a big help to
FORDLFarm Formal Rentals Glass Mirrors Sliding Door the team.

Tractors tt Implements : Ladies Sportswear Tub Enclosures Shower Doors Smith though a sophomore

USED EQUIPMENT 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand I' Furniture Tops Windows can play either the outfield or
PART SERVICE Awnings. infield. McKinney cOlS:dets him
N.W. ,th J16 2548 GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-ai one of the brighter prospects.

TELEGRAPH e.' 21. 1969 PagesTornadoes :

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In accordance with the 100% "Things are out if kilter." ,
() Judge Yawn said adding thatofficials' w--- returned in three cases: Don ed. $150/3.
Officials'Pay, assessment ruling by the Flo- i1 malicious Injury. 'CANWU l j MEASURE
rida Supreme Court. Long compensation) In terms Henry Chltty charged with driving Case against Mark Boyd Ad- James Paul Thornton, THIS IN DOLLARS?
acting on his own saved of buying power Is less while chanedawithJcare ktns charged with Improperlane charged with operating a motor
Hike Bradford County from $50.000 today than In 1953. 4 4a Pittman change was dismissed upon vehicle without a tag; Carl Lawrence ,P .' wwrte.oveNiwRSwIAYIM6 wesuMOaw.rrv
Questioned to $70,000 while other counties Yawn also used himself as lessly burning woods; and Joh- the motion of County Pro- Brown charged with Nl D[A
nny Johnson charged with failIng secutor Gene Shaw. 61. FORef*5TRUu4!
were forced to employ private an example; saying he makesa failure to yield right of way;
[Continued From Page One firms to do the Job Yawn said. living practicing law, not to turnover title certificate. "Nolle prosequT (which Charles Leach, charged with
One group of public officials being county judge. Yawn said The last verdict was directed means the state does not want simple assualt;Emanuel Brown
the positions. Judge Yawn said. now draw 140% of the pay they he stays In the office out of by the. court upon motion of the to prosecute) was entered In charged with dlstrublng the
It would be proper to take received in 1953 Judge Yawn responsibility to the people."If a- State. eleven cases: Walter Brown, peace by. using profane language
differences In responsibilities said. When questioned Yawn not for that motive I .t Three defendants changed charged with carelessly burnIng ; and Marie Sanford
and other factors Into consideration said he would be compelled to resign e their minds and entered pleas woods; M. R. Haddock,
was with andbat:-
referring to the c'118ri.ejt
Yawn of guilty Roy ;Jackson, assault assualt
said adding he circuit judges. tomorrow he said,adding that charged with two counts of ass
would not discuss his opinions Yawn also compared the he has to practice law to makea and battery pre-sentence ault and battery; Winnie Raleigh tery.
for fear they might not be Interpreted responsibility living. wrdt Investigation ordered; Charlie White charged with speed
In the right manner responsible to the entire Sen. Saunders congratulated Scott disposal of property un- too great for conditions; and For Office Supplies
by the other officials population, to the poslton county of Judge Yawn on his presentation.In der lien, $50/3; Patrick Clovis Danny Crawford John King, Phone 964-6305
Judge Yawn, in making the school teachers who he said the three prior counties Dickens Jr., unlawful spe- and Oral Tanner charged With ,

the request for the group Tax Assessor cited are responsible for only "a where he attended public hear- L 1Ii+......6... .............-...-.. .Ao.. ....... _..... ....... ..-. -- ..-. -- ... ... ... a. we
example set by ings Saunders said, officials -
relatively small group In com v- .........
Gene Long in 1965 whenhe requested raises In an apolog-
revalued all county property etic manner. 4
I "Some Dcoole seem to want to New ManagerDon -
keep public officials In an ec : = := 4
onomic bind" Saunders said, ==-
STARKE 301 NURSERY adding that Yawn made the Williams of Gainesville : VEAL 4
lhas been named manager of OHCE
"best presentation in any of .. .. .
the Starke ChryslerPlymouthency. 4A
the four
ON U.S. 301 In answer to a question from .
Rep. Shaw officials said they Williams. asumed the position. e -
LIVING PLANTS receive no fees other than the Jan. 15. He lives In Gainesville c:;;. 4
FOR LASTING PLEASUREON $9,000 salaries. J. R. Kelly end> for .the past seven yeans "'Yqt1a
said some counties pay tax worked for University. Chevrolet -
collectors other fees, but not and Tropical Pontiac : V
Bradford. Clerk Charles Dar- St
by said he has been receivinga l ,.,.. _.. -.,. 4
J1'ti4lM DR. HUEYROOT 2% fee on documentary tax afford itf- Torode said he \ ...".,. -"" .
stamps, amounting to '$300- believes in paying county off e '!'-.w.. ,.. ,> 4
STOCK $400 per year, but that is end icials $12,000 or 15000. But.. '.,.,,"f
ing under the new state constitution he asked what will It cost -1- ".,. .
in terms of mlllage. -'fAJ
Assessor Long said he turned Shaw r 4
AZALEAS assured Torode he is
aback'I to the county and school aware of the mlllage and said : \
AR&M TIME ,board $1,400 in excess fees it would be taken into consid- -
CAMELIAS ,I last year. The officials pointed eration. 4
out they do not make the Former county judge, state .
PEAR TREES salaries unless their offlcies legislator and U. S. congressman 4 We Must Move This Werchandise Now We're Overstocked .
earn them. Lex Green voiced his con -- -- 4>
PLUM TREES Albert Lee Crosby asked the cern over'ttie ""very,
county be allowed to vote on grave" future economic situa very J Need Room For New Spring Stock Arriving Come See You'll J
the salary Issue. Sen.Saunders tion facing the county state.
FIG TREES said it is the responsibility of and nation. 4 Save Big .
J 'the leglslatve delegation to set Green said he forsees "nota e
GRAPEVINES the officials' salary. collapse, but a catastrophein
d He does not oppose a raise great proportion." Taxpayers SAMSONITE BRIDGE SETS 4 PC. Bedroom Suite Spanish :
JAPANESEPERSIMMON 0'y for the officials, said County are worried, he said and Reg. $63.75 Reg. $519.95
"""" Commissioner Zedra Hamilton loading taxpayers witn huge 4 :
of Brooker but considers $3 bond issues and higher taxes. e King Size Table, 4 Folding Triple Dresser, Chest, Poster
000 too much. Hamilton said He urged the legislators to keepin Chairs, Tan or Antique White. $43.95 Bed, Nite Table. Discontinued $43 9 95 e
he didn't have in
CITRUS TREESON :Crosby stated a figure he ."thinks mind the taxes.the person who Is payIng 4 SALE _---_--_---- --_- -_ Style. Close-out. ____________ .
the gentlemen are entitled to When asked by Delano Thomas ee
a. raise." But he said the
how the decision salaries
on 4
TRIFOLIATE ROOT STOCK delegation should take into consideration will be made, Sahw said the 4.Pc. Early American Wh'te' Bedroom .

thedlfferences. three legislators will decide COVER AND PAD SETS Reg. $219.95
sponsibilities.Local +
after much study and after
DIG IN FORBeautiful .JIII' COME OUT Shell oil dealer John their Is agreement between all 4 Suite, Dresser, Chest, Bed, Nite

AND LOOK Torode drew a big hand from three. FOR IRONING BOARDS Table. Sale -___ ____ ______ ___ $189 95 *
the 40
to 50
Yard persons attending "We will definitely sit down -
AROUND the hearing when he told the together." Rep. Shaw said. 4
delegation: Mrs. Neva Flynn, supervisor Reg. $1.98 Sale
$1.00 1
"The Question Is 'Can wa
registration, said after the 2-4 Dr. French Provincial Chests
I IIIt's.A hearing she is not requestinga 4 {
raise from her present $1, Reg. $64.95 4
800 per year salary.Kitties .
4 1 Antique White i 1 Fruitwood.
Family Affair Draws SETSReg.. $27.95 Close-out. $49.95 .

Our Restaurant is tops for Dining, especially 4 :30x72 Table 2 Benches, Cash
for the whole family. Mom welcomes a rest e & Carry in Carton, Set up & $31 95 .

from the kitchen, and it's nice to have a t Year In Jail Delivered. _._ _. ---._------- .
.change of pace.Try .
(Continued from Page One)
T 1 Only 2 pc. Liv'ng: Room Suit TABLE LAMPS .

Our Delicious BuffetSERVED cases. J Reg. $269.95 .
Ernest Newton Reese was T
fined! $150 or 60 days and had Beige Sofa Green Chair Gen- Close-Out .
his license revoked for 90 days V nine Rubber Cushions. $229 95 $4.95

DAILY after the Jurv while foi!>mj him ,"*!-. Close-out __________________ e
ty. ot driving intoxicated.Lesser
Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet penalltes were handed 4 .

11:00 a, m, to 2:00 p. m. 6:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. James down to Lamar Conley Fuquay.S. Bush Bush and 1 ONLY LOUNGE CHAIR 1 ONLY WHITE BOOKCASE BED t

was found guilty of fishing with 4 Reg. $99.95 Reg. $39.95 y

2S Two Hot too five many poles, and and fined $35 4> Turq. & Gold, Loose Pillow( +
75 or days Fuquay was

EntreesTwo Vegetables fined control.ing to$75 have or five his vehicle days for under fail .4 Hack.. Close-out. ___ $7 9.95 Double Size. Close-out. _______ $2 9.95 :

Verdicts of not .
guilty were
Assorted Salads 4
Rolls Butter ..:@;::::::;::;:;::;;:;:;:::;:;:::;:::::; :::;;:::;::;;:;:;:::::;:;;:;;:;,x 1 ONLY-2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE 4>

x.. MATHEWS 4 BOOKCASES -- 36" WIDE Reg. $329.95 .

Tea Coffee I Well Drilling MAPLE OR WALNUT FINISH cron Deluxe Cushions Sofa & ,Chair.Self Poly-Da-Decked, 4

4 Hand Coil Spring Base $279 95 .
; Melrose Fla. :::s: e Reg. I Heavy Tied a Tweed Fabric. 4

iQQa :::.. Phone 475-5101 ?;<:: -P..95Sale$24.95 Close-out. -----_____________ .
1AaA. 1 Myers PumpsSERVICE 4 4


;t::; and REPAIRS :...:. 4 1 ONLY LOUNGE CHAIR Reg. $159.95 4
::=,::;;::; ::;::;::;:;:;).:::::;:;::::::;; :: :& 4 4
Reg. $109.95
- - ---- (;old, Deep Tufted Back. Blue-Green Plaid. Close-out. $129-95 4

Close-out. $89 95 4




AND SATURDAY --.FEB. 28 MAR. 1 Deluxe
Double Size Innerspring Quality Attached Pillow T Mattress Light Brown Tweed. 95 Back, Self Decked, Kick Pleats. 3> /UU 95

Come in and meet our staff of Problem Solvers! .. $199 1 Clr.e-out. __ A7r] 4 e


PEST CONTROL FERTILIZER PLANTS cessfulhsolutiun: :;: :: find your 4 Reg. $419.95 LA :GE WICKER 4.
problems. Dresser, Chest, Bed & Nite CLOTHES BASKETS
4> Table, Extremely Heavy, 4

WHILE THEY LAST! e continued Suite. Close-out. _Dis$1 95 .


+ 3 PC. Oak Bedroom Su'te, Spanish 4
e Reg. $399.95Triple
4 PC. Early American Bedroom Suite:
Dresser, Chest, Bed. 4
T Discontinued Style. Close-out. Reg. $319.95
$349.95Full 4
$1 White, Triple Dresser, Chest,
75 e Bed & Nite Table. Close-out. $149 95 4
+ W M earn 4

...w.....,................................... ....... ....... ...... ..... ... ... .... ........ ......DOZEN.. .. .........:..;oo:.;>.>...:...:........ 4 LARGE POLYETHYLENEWASTE 4

CALADIUMS :to erttlrzers Gro: one J J(( Plants Pet's Supplies GLADIOLUS f 4 BASKETS SEE US FOR YOUR 4.

BACH :to Garden J( EACH 4
Tools Planters $1.95 CARPET NEEDS.
C J( Pets J( Flower Seeds c 4

2S ] 4

.. ....... .... AQUARIUM SUPPLIES
:;.:.::; .. ....... .... .. ... ...... :. ...... ...........:.. ...-.......:.........w ..... :mJ:: 4 ** .
Y 'f* A Fact You Can Do Better At" 4

PEAT.3BAGS.$1. MQt edON. 4 4 Denmark Furniture Co. 4 4

535 S. E. Call St 4 Pholts" M4-W2T
35C PER BAG Phone 964-5745 454 W. Can 8U 4

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Letters to USMML

the Editor

Challenge And PromiseOther

Feb. 21. 1939 posed: la tt morally right for

To .the Bradford County legislative we the people of Bradford County
than for Franklin P. Roosevelt in its social, moral, and psychological prob- delegation: to accept monies from this

1932, no president during the 20th cen- lems. This will require the highest degreeof Here are some thoughts on source without accepting come

tury has taken office faced with statesmanship. two matters that I wanted to of Its problems?
greater present at the! hearing last Be it resolved that the peopleof
challenges than has Richard M. Nixon. President Nixon has both advantagesand week, but had to leave' before Bradford County not accept

Indeed, in some ways the problems con- disadvantages as he undertakes his getting an opportunity ,to peak. whiskey monies without accepting -

fronting Nixon are much heavier than vast burdens. Among the latter are Demo- Inregard to advertising funds; Its problems.

those which Roosevelt found himself up cratic control of Congress, the fact that, Since the people of Bradford L. O. DaU

against. The latter's problem monu- because of the three-way split, 56.5 per County all know .the Joys and 425 N. Temple Ave

mental as it was, was direct and uncompli- cent of the voters did not choose him, and advantages of living In this Starke Fla.Lawtcy...
wonderful area, we feel that byword
cated. It was the great economic depres- the fact that the outgoing administration
of mouth and deed ''We
sion. Nixon's challenges, however, are far aroused high hopes which in many areasit !have extolled Its virtues ,to each -

subtler, broader, more manifold and more failed to satisfy. Among the Nixon ad- other! and do feel that It is Fla.

complex. They have arisen in the midstof vantages are his newness of style and time for others outside the area Feb. 19, 1169!

the greatest wealth and well-being the approach which can appeal to people's to become aware. Open Letter to County Officials -

world has ever seen. Thus few of them desire for change, and the fact that he is, To let others know we feel and Bradford County Telegraph -

are susceptible to simplified answers. essentially, uncommitted in any one di- that it must be advertised andadveJ'tlslng :
Let's reason! together! The
rection. He is therefore relatively free to Is like others
Although many of the problems faced many proposed pay increase is rid!
by the Nixon administration move in any way he sees fit. He has also a specialized field and the culous. During the recent elec-
are economic
shown a burning determination to feeling is that we are not getting
others are either social moral suc- tion all those serving in county:
or psycho- very much for our tax dot
X41 offices were glad to be reelected -
logical. Beside, and 'complicating, the tar The Chamber of Commerceis
is doing no injustice to President at the same salary. Now
questions of, say, skyrocketing welfare a fine organization, but we
Nixon to point out that neither he that the election is over they:
costs, spreading slum nor feel not designed or equippedfor
blight, intensifying ask for a $3.000 raise.The .
crime, there are the deeper challenges of any other Chief Executive can expect or such a function, nor shouldour County Commissionerswisely
be expected in four years (or eight) to County Commissioners dele
racial unrest, the dissatisfaction of granted a 5 per cent Increase -
youth, settle such deep-going and high-reaching The gate this responsibility to them. to the road department
the is
falloff in
once meeting not to be
accepted standards of likely
morality the problems. Many of today's challenges arise eyeball lo e\eball It should 1 be the responsibility employees. Not a 33 per cent In-
inadequacy of
present-day from a worldwide unrest, dissatisfactionand or( the Commissoners. since crease.
education, and so forth. Never not .- ---.-. they have the right to disperse, office
seeking. It is clear that mankind is -' -'- Very few if any, of the
merely in this century, but in the historyof .. monies they should, have the du holders could secure em-
the United States has there been a at one of its periods of great upheaval. The FARMER'SFrom ...." -.. DIARYmany ties ployment elsewhere at the Mud
United _..l...
larger array of perplexing States reflects this in its own way. r- Be it resolved therefore, that of salary they are asking. Citizens -

problems than that with which, important Nixon The most that can be asked of any national rr the County Commission set up and taxpayers" of Bradford

leader is that he recognize the significanceof its own system for spending all County, where do you think the
must now grapple.Today's present indications this
funds OUTSIDE the county office holders would go
this upheaval and seek, through lead- advertising
be like the of of the problems of the
season may one <
problems above all the ,- to work and for what salary it
non- county.
ership consensus, to direct it towards several years ago, when the county were discussed at
economic ones must be sow in regard to -a whiskey they were not in office?
tackled :
on constructive ends, while striving to meet weather changed from winter to length. The one which broughtthe
levels. There must be, of course, a clear its human demands.To summer and we had no spring. loudest reaction from the tax: A majority ef the citizensof remember Each of you that officials the taxpayer can well U

analysis of these problems the formula- hope it audience was the "fly problem"and Bradford County feel that
succeed Whatever happens we
in his Nixon
presidency, strong drink la evil and evil Is opposed to the pay raise In tile
tion of adequate plans for will warm up soon as many of Msr after a long discussion i
attacking them, will need more than his own skill and ) sin, yet this evil Is taxed a tax amount of $3,000 and come election -
Sen. Bob Saunders promised to
these and the drive and the wisdom to carry wisdom. He will also need the generous and us are the tired'flu. of of cold shivering weather and "build a lire under .someone"to that comes from the sufferingand time you will be well re-

plans through to fruition But of the American misfortune of those .who are membered.
support people and its sneezing and want a chance to get relief action initiated.
equally important, there must. be clear sincere and heartfelt prayers. With these, thaw out. But with the days get weaker than ourselves, yet we 2 William Box 196-0 Z. CrawfordRt.

and persuasive leadership from! the very any challenge facing the country can be ting longer, the sun rising higher .. If anything this problem has are willing to enjoy the fruits Starke., Fla. 32091
top. The nation must be aroused to face Surmounted. In the sky each day, and By Sam McGarvey been getting worse instead of[ of their misery, The question\ is

Christian Science Monitor March coming on in a few days. better. We've noticed any number -

we should get a breuk. too. problem (money) and do not of flies in the courthouse Disaster Planning Conference
have to worry about members lately and that while attending

At this late date there are as there is a waiting list of a luncheon In a Starke restaurant I
: : : : : :;: & still no berries to speak of on men who want to serve. a fly was buzzing all Held Here By CD AuthoritiesSix

sale along the highway and it around the table? But this Is
r rc7 ; 'Hi/7d; ; t that the crop has been nothing compared to the com-
7e1 appears Here's a date to keep in! Civil Defense experts though buildings of more than
held back, as the growers wanted mind: the big Bradford County plaints which were made at the were in Starke Tuesday afternoon one .story can be so constructedmore

it. However time is getting Fair, March 19-22 is Just three hearing last.week.. to conduct a disaster plan. cheaply than single story.

::;: By Lura Moor ;|\; short now, and next month will weeks off and from all indications rUns leadership conference. buildings single story buildingscan

tell the story as to whether the it will be one of the best of the hearing' Conference was held at the be constructed to serve as
growers will make a crop and of the year In this entire area good part of request of School Superintend-I fallout shelters at an extra cost
devoted to the adoption
.Kalsing a little is realize a return on their investments of the state. For those of you was said ho felt iOOOO and 120,000.(
boy a CJUICK-: love and work. I Jiaa offers to Rule whereby the Bradford ent Tom Casey who Home
Pacific. She will be 22, and the ,
who are planning to enter ex courthouse
thing; teach at other) schools for commission wouldbe local school officials should be i(Bradford County's new
more Is beautiful County
Restraint to him is a thorn a young mother. hibits a booklet listing all of laws aware of their place and re- 1 "Is one of the best exam-
money even, but heart empowered to
that wounds his pride. my was Two of my great grand childrengo the activities. is available at the pass sponsibllities within the Civil ;ples of what can be done" in
at Clay Hill and still is. to Nursery School. So many The town of Hampton has received here, Instead of having to ask
Ills made for climb Chamber of Commerce officeor of fallout shelters.. )
arms are Defense set up. the area
additional fire truck acts of the Legislature. ;
an for special
people and children
ing not to cling- So It is fun to grow old to have such fun.SCALLOPED. to love. I (a surplus one from the Florida at the Agricultural Center at' While no one spoke againstthe On the county level, school The official CD trend is now

He will not walk on a surface slip down die years, watching Forest Service) and the volunteer the fairgrounds. proposal. Sen. Saunders superintendents would administer toward community shelter

where he can slide. them make their lives, and of fire fighters there are well !held out for a referendum and consumer rationing rent rather than family shelter.

Tenderness cannot touch him Course: grieve when they are OYSTERS 1
through the day gone, as Maiklee Johns. Then I pint oysters; 2 cups coarse
Let him be cowboy Indian watched my grandson grow up. cracker crumbs; Vt cup melted 1 FFS truck will soon be delivered 1.a non-profit organization legislation. gency.In adult and veteran education -
what he will. lie was the most beautiful little oleo; \tS teaspoon salt dash < to the Bradford County volunteers and every bit of income It r&rcelves a memorandum dated Dec. State Department of Edu-

Think not that reasoning!! will fellow and has made a wonderful pepper; 3-4 cup :half and half t who are in process of through staging the We sec;! where a foreign country 22. 1967, Cov. Claude Kirk cation (SDE); Walter H. Mur-

make him stay man and has a darling son cream; 1.4 cup oyster liquor. I getting started. event is used! to pay expenses has gone In for alrcondlt- poled: that "whereas. no agency phey. coordinator. North Florida
Ever in one place to be thoughtful now of his own. So in these twilight Drain oysters and save the and any surplus\ goes to improve lonlng of dairy facilities on the of county government exists to CD Area; Wallace C. Bar

still. years my life Is full and liquor. Combine crumbs, butter Speaking of volunteer fire departments facilities which now are super basis that a contented cow gives handle these responsibilities on rett, adult and veteran education -
lIe is a savage, spending: all rich because of all these little salt and pepper. In a ] we visited with ior to any others In this part of more milk. However instead of an emergency basis, the county SDE; Bill Roberts CD education -

his strengthOn boys. greased 8x8x2 pan spread about members of the Keystone the state elrcondltlonins the dairy barn educational organization consti- branch adult and vet
wild and senseless tutes the existing agency best eran education. section. SDE;
1.3 of the buttered cracker Heights unit last week and were each cow Is! provided with a
but when the light Wow! yes, I have had the crumbs cover with half of the Impressed;; with the .soundness of There was a big turn out at! plastic hood of cooled air, so suited to assume the functions." Robert Kohler, CD extension

:Measures: a shadowed tree's Hong Kong flu. I took a coughat oysters then more crumbs; now t that organization. They have the legislative hearing lost that she will think she la cool Those attending the meeting program FSU; and ProfessorJ.

elusive length Christmas time and by the the rest of the oysters. Combine been able to resolve one big week at the courthouse and all over. were told: A. Samuel, director CD technical -
first of the ill.
Some magic unexplained de- year was really cream and liquor from oysters, service center. Universityof
stroys his might. Strange I never got sad. I pre- and pour over the top with rest -The nation is divided Into Florida..
And knobby knees and elbows tended It was a vacation. Hal Civil Defense regions.
of the crackers. Bake 350( degrees eight
half retreat For one week I never wore any- for 40 minutes. Enoughfor Florida is located in region

Into a baby softness, transient: nig but nightgown or pajamas. 4 people. Remember. three with headquarters at !OCAL STUDENTIN
fleet. That was a change. I never Thomasville. Ga. Starke is the WHO'S WHO

-Eleanor Altetta ChaffeeI had a doctor. I just rested took HELPFUL HINTS: To keep a 25 Years Agoby headquarters for one of the four Alfred Hodge son of !Mr. and

aspirin, cough medicine and fresh fruit pie from boiling CD areas In Florida. The pattern of
Mrs. Aaron Hodge Starke.
have always loved little put Vicks on my chest. I drank over, place short pieces of uncooked Alice Mc Gravey Is to locate headquartersIn Is 18 Santa Fe Junior
boys and loved to teach them. water and tomato juice. My macaroni in the holes In small towns because they: among to"Who's
Having reared a son. I am sure good neighbors ,brought my mall the top. It works. To tighten a would not be targets in the College in
is the reason I seem to love and a few groceries I ordered loose screw, wrap a bit of When a producing oil well completing his second term In Bradford High School also event of a nuclear attack. Who Among Students" The

and understand little boys. I by telephone.My transparent tape around it and was brought In at Suruiiland that office, offered himself for cooperated in the campaign and "Civil Defense Is the local American Junior Colleges. the

have watched so many grow up, replace. The tape and glue Is In Collier Count, Florida nat- reelection."I some girls even "washed and government operating under students were chosen achievement on
and I have never cease to love puppy dog was company filler. urally it abed the hopes of fell that I have been sher- waxed the floors." They also emergency condition: basis of their academic
them and still feel that mother but he got restless when I could residents of other parts of tlie iff during some of the most were credited with raking the Teachers can receive a service to the community

love. All of them are so sweet not) take him on walks. He I am happy and feel so heav- state. difficult times in the historyof grounds around the building stipend for attending a two tottiyee'week leadership in extracurricular

and cute. I recall one of the chewed the telephone cord and enly. My house is warm and my Bradford County had its day- Starke. The establishmentof and picking up papers and bot- .\ summer workshops activities, and future po

first little boys I ever taught cut one wire, and the telephone pup Is lying at my feet. I have dreams too and when Tidewater a large military camp In our tles "both in and out of the survival. CD officials tentlal.

was here in Indiana little Morris would ring and ring but they dinner cooked, I (had beef pot Associated Oil Co. of Houston, backyard naturally brought building." hope that teachers would -- -

Taylor. He well remembersme could not hear me answer. That roast left from yesterday. and Texas started buying leases In many probelms of law em- develop unit on personal survival :MoreifO: >l and I hear from his sister was the week I never dressedIn potatoes few beans cabbage this and adjoining counties, forcement that were difficultto When we speak of high pricesof and incorporate these | |
Circulation has
with and I have madea : !
that he Is married and has my day clothes. Hat! Here slaw and gooseberry pie. I got many acres of land were leasedto cope today we can really appre- units in their courses.
came my eon's wife when she lideland or to Humble. The sincere effort to keep Brad- when prices incri'asfcl' from! 50 million in
children. Of course at Clay HillI up early and washed clothes. ciate !It we compare -SChools can be constructedto \
had .so many darling boys. could not get me. So I got a lotof They are hanging in the laun- first land went for ten centsan ford County a respectable placeto as advertised In The Telegraphof serve as fallout shelters. Al 1J4fj! to 'Cl.n; million at the end
feel thatI
attention which was fun. dry. My ;son and wife look after acre and provided permission live in. If you 1944 A ICoz. loaf of bread of last year.

One of the cutest I had first Whoopee I Now I am feeling me, my neighbors kind and to drill, and one-eighth of have made a success"of the. was 8 cents; Maxwell House

in the third grade was J. D. fine, only weak. So I do not go helpful. Today I had a letter oil, gas or mineral rights. Later job M., please L. Johns vote of for the me.New Hlver! coffee, 27 1/2 cents; eggs.
Wilkinson. I called him John down to the village store as yet. from the widow of Dr. Brinson land was leased for 25 farmer and businessman 41 cents for large and 37 for
My good neighbor! brings my cent an acre cmeowner leasea section medium size; and bacon was
David. He had golden hair that near Clay Hill. Marie is was opposing Sheriff An-
mall and groceries. I have no 20,000 acres. 35 cents a pound!
shone in the ;sun like gold. If he .her name and I love her so dreu for election. He has
desire to walk out In the cold Some of the early leases were
cried at recess out in the! much. Then there Is Viola Brin served as postmaster of the
school yard. I was heartbroken.Now and snow. Each year I desireto son and Jo Brinson David, who from W. II. Edwards Jr., B. area for nine years and had -- -- --
Y. Saxon, W. S. Sibley, B. J.
do less. Hal!
he Is married, and has twin always send their love. campaigned for sheriff both In
( Alderman Jr.. J, W. and W.H.!
eons. There was a George Scul- This week Is 1936 and 1940, but was defeated.He .
my granddaugh Eddy, T. J. Alderman and Tho- My Neighbors
ley, the Knight boys, Billy and ter's birthday. I have a gUt for The sun Is shining, my heart mas I''. Brown. said he would "try again."
Jimmy Wilkinson, Howard Pad la gay-I once lived in Florida
her all wrapped prettily and No oil was ever found in this
gett and Leon Carter was not tomorrow I will bake her a and have so many happy mem- or other nearby counties and we The campaign to clean up

very big when I first went to birthday cake and ;she will ories. God Bless you every one. do not know how many had and to beautify" Starke was I

Clay Hill to teach. All the girls drive over to get them. She was dreamed of easy riches, but making excellent progress, both
were beautiful and could sing born during World War II after LOVE LURA their consolation Is that Bradford on public and private property.W. .

like birds. I was In a heaven of her daddy had gone out in the County land Is worth a M. Edwards was supervising MRONr Let's Ge satin !

----- great deal more today thanit the clean-up around the
If.--.-- was 25 years ago. armory. Shrubbery was pruned RN. -n..wk
The Bradford County and debris collected. Palms
were planted at the Temple p
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED \ i' A Red Cross Information Desk Avenue USO under the auspicesof
e.rlf was opened at the Starke Depot Mrs. L. A. Davis. Bv Lvnn Hamilton( of Southern .Marine.

1879 'k4'1I.Bi staffed by soldier's wives and Ladies of the Baptist Church
directed by Mrs. Georgia Vall- (there was only one then) had 4 Even the most careful boat- forth anchors. The mushroom
l. ery. The desk was In operat- shrubbery pruned and trans- V man who keeps his equipmentIn anchor Is particularly well-
VI I suited for
And God said "Let therebe ion from 10 to 12 noon and planted around the sanctuary.Mrs. I ya.y looks top-notch the Importance shape often over-of a when there's permanent a soft mooring sand or

MIMIIRFLORI light" and there was light. from 1 to 3 p.m. during the time O. L. Beasley had charge good anchor. mud bottom. The Danforth

AESSASS -Gen.( 1:3)). which most trains stopped at of the work around the court- "Watch it-You! can be re- Whether you mopr your style is a good working anchor
Before Starke. The women were ver- house and also planned beautification placed by a Human!" boat on the water all seasonor that settlgs quickly .and has
we prepare to studyor sed in such things as where of the grounds of the Just have occasional need good holding power; even on
O/fl T ONE. even open a book, we should visitors could find rooms, dir- Health Department building. A fishing license means a for an anchor choose one hard sand or rocky bottoms.
affirm that we have God with ections to restaurants, rooms Fire Chief R. C. Buford and lot to the Game and Fresh Water carefully. Don't fall prey to
in u.s.: Then we will feel God's for rent and such pertinent his men were busy burningoff Fish Commission and the peopleof the idea that a bucket tilled Which anchor you finally

presence and power) in us and information. They worked the grass and weeds of Florida. It means revenue to with cement or concrete select depends upon the size
all around us. With assurance .Closely with the local Red Cross vacant lots. lie said the work carry out vital projects for conservation block will do an adequate job. and weight of your boat and
Neither of these homemade where to anchor
and the chapter at Camp Bland- lot of wildlife and fishery you plan it.
L. MATTHEWS, Editor-PubU ben say "Let there be light. Know would continue until every specials have any real holding Anchors are rated by "holding
Published each Thursday and entered r Second this. Then through conscientious Ing. In town was free and safe. resources. power. They depend on their power." The heavier your boator
meditation thank God for ------ Mrs. L. A. Canova was chair- own weight to keep a boat the rougher the water the
Class Matter at he Pat Office: at SUrke Florida light. Pick Cleveland Sullivan of Them man of the campaign.The : from 'rift'.r' This may be all more holding power you'll
the book
under Act of March: 3rd, 1879.Subtcrlpllon up and essa announced his candidacy acting chairman of the Trade At Home right I i-\ a rotected harbor on need.
In trade are*! I year' $3.00; OUtside through this light there will for a seat of the School Board city streets commute Instru- a calm day but not when a
be understanding and wisdom. from District 2. cted all garbage collectors to storm hits. Never go-it-alone when buy-
trade area 1 year, $3.50 The marvel of God's wonderful go to the rear of property and For Your Own Sake The experts at Evlnrude ing an anchor. Consult a ma-

light dispels all shadows. Sheriff A. O. Andreu, who was to return the containers there. and Community J Progress Motors recommend two types rine dealer who can give you
the mushroom and the Dnn- expert advice.

TELEGRAPH Feb. 27, 1963OUI' pegs,

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''' '' ".. ,, ,. '' ... ",- _" _. ,_ n." n. '.. ." ..

Mrs. Alice Jones Larry Ralph Goodge

Mrs. Alice B. Jones. 84. died Larry Ralph Goodge 16, a (? (?

Monday afternoon. Feb. 24. upon student in Bradford High School ) f]

arrival at a Starke hospital( died Friday. Feb. 21, In '
following a sudden Illness a Gainesville hospital after an .
Mrs. Jones was born la extended illness. He was born <
Starke on 0.t. 23, 1884 and was in Gainesville on Feb. 26, 1952, IttffJ' itJg l .llJJfJJJr; {fJf1IJt( ? fJfJ&1tf 1@lltfJ99

the daughter:: of the late George and was a member of the Starke .
W. and Martha TumbUn Bal First Christian Church.
o .
::.: .:. .. ,, .", 1LTGC.1HAM
den. Sheas a member of the Surviving are his parents, '' ''. ,,, ,. I

Christian: r.: ,ch. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodge; : .' I
She ''. .survived by five neph- three sisters. Mary Frances, : .
ews and five nieces Including Marcia Irene, and Terry June :: ;

Mrs. Irma Buford. of Starke. Goodge; his paternal grand- BAPTIST CHURCH 0T.' MARK'S EPISCOPAL ,;;$ 0.
Funeral services held at parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. "
were :
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning BTARKE :c : ." ;
11 Goodge, and maternal grand- ::
BJn. Wednesday! Jones 3
father, Olson S. Thomas, all Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. $.Y *
Memorial Chapel with Charles In.Rev.. Fred Johns pastor. Sunday service: Holy: Euch.rtet.
Reese minister of the First of Starke. 8:30: a.m. Church School
Christian Church officiating Funeral services were held NEW RIVER BAPTIST 9:45. Family Service. 11. (Holy ,
Interment was In Crosby Lake at 3 p.m. Sunday in Jones Me- 10 Morning
Sunday School a. m. Eucharist .let and 3rd Sunday ,
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones morial Chapel with Charles Reese Training I f
Worship. 11 a. m. Morning Prayer. 2nd and VH I
Funeral Home la charge.:: minister of the First Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship, Sundays. < : :
Christian Church, officiating.
Eleanor M. Ball Interment was in the family ;8 p. m. Wednesday night service Wednesday GOOD FRUITSNT1I f frr :

plot in !New River Cemetery 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel- 7:30': p.m., Lenten Service. :.: ,
under direction of DeWitt C. ,Jme--L.. L. Parker pastor. J. Thomafl Staab; Rector : : : :::: ,',
:Mrs. Eleanor M. Ball. 59. died ;

Saturday at her home In Starke Jones bearers Funeral were members Home. of Pall-the CHURCH OF CHRIST ti::;: "The irimtnni, ;. that ;in from" above/ in first purr, thenpfitccnl.lr If 1;;. '.:

after a sudden illness. She was Junior Class of Bradford High Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; CHURCH: OK GOD i:: .. .. =:4.$.. :: .
born in Hungary on April 19, School. Morning Worship and Communion 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.. j::: grtitlr/ and f'lHl1 to be entreated, (f.t'0l1\'c.1.!'\ :::: ,

1909 and bad been a resident of Service 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School 10 a, m. Worship j: :: ,
Starke for the past seven years. Mrs. Audrey Christy services 6:00.Wednesday Services, 11 a. in. and 7:30 p.. j:: full of urn/'rtr and GOOD FRUITS." Th. Church ii God'i appointed agency (in !his world 33:: .' .

Coming here from Pittsburg. Worship service T m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30: > ;:: for spreading .thi knowl.dgt of Hit lovt for man and :.::: ,
There are two forces at work In this world of Hn demand for man 'to respond la that. 10..
Pa. :::
Mrs. Audrey Johns Christy, p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouippe.: :|:: : .
Surviving are her husband 63, a former reside u )Starke, pastor j;:: loving nughbor. Without (tin grounding in (ho :: :
Charles F. Ball, of Starke; one d.ed Friday. Feb. 21. In Augusta !NORillSIDE BAPTIST :33: evil and good. We have the freedom tochoo.se will lovt of Cod no governor. or society' or way of lift t::: .L..
long and the
piruvirt fittdomi which hold
daughter. Mrs. Shirley Roberts. Ga. following a brief CIIURCII HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH j::::: door w. :33:

Palnesville, Ohio; one sister illness. She was born in Ham- Schedule of services: Sunday (Highway 100 at There&sa) :j!:: between these two things so B tenth, will point| 'inevitably of view, ont parish should Therefore support,'eon the Church from :::; ...
Mrs. Margaret Friend of Pone pton and was the daughter of Wor- School 10 :::: for the :::: .
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Sunday a iu. : "(> taxis and Hi'f that the heir ii sake of the welfare of himulf and his family.
pano Beach; and a brother. the late SHas' R. andflulla Hut- -bhip. 10:45: a, m. Training Union Morning WOI'shlp-l1 a. m. \:::: poor : Beyond that., however every person should uphold :s:::

John Fedor, Cleveland Ohio. son Johns oirV "3'..',era of 6:45: p. m. Evening Service, Training Union-6:30: p. m. :}jj:;:::: MfHxnt' thr man that" frimteth iu him;. and participate" ; in the Church because it.tells. .the truth :::::
Funeral services were held at Bradford County. She was a 33 about. mono life, death and .
7:43.: Mid-Week Prayer Service, Evening WOl'ship.-7:15: p. m. ::: destiny; the truth which ::::
2 p.m. Wednesday In Jones me Tiber of Reid Memorial WednesdaY 7:45: ;p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer SerJ J:.'' alone will lit' him fret to live as a child of Cod.Col.man ::
Memorial Chapel. Intermentwas Presbyterian Church:: in Aug- .
vices-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle J JFackham :: >> .
in Crosby Lake Cemetery.! usta. PRESBYTERIAN r:;: Adw S.rv. 0:::
FIRST pastor
Surviving; aro her !usim.l Sunday School 9:45: a. m. M11: :::: .

Mrs. D. Griffis C. N. Christy of Augusta; MOI'ulligVol'sllll>, 11 a. m.Youth FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD : .:'
sister Mr M.v.r:5EdvY'rt
one :
Choir Practice OF STARKE r J:.-.
"h It lad a 13 brother Fellowship! \ 6 p. m. ;:
C Wednesday 8 p. m. Went Weldon St, and Raiford! :r j::: ;>;.: '.
Mrs. Daphine N. Griffis 37, ;. R. Johns Jr., both of Starke, Rev. Robert D. Burch Road f-:) .
died Saturday morning at her Funeral services held N
were Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. ::.. : 0: '.'
home near Highland after a at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the grave i #
RAIFORD BAPTIST C11URCH 11:00: :a. m. Morning Worship; g .
sudden illness. She was bcrnin side in Lake
Crosby Cemetery Schedule ol services: Sunday. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ;:: J,
Bradford County on May 21, with Rev. Robert D.>Burch off-
10 Worship 11 a. p. .m. Evangelistic Services :
1931, and had lived in this area iciating. Interment followed School a. m.
all of her life. She was a under the direction of DeWittC. ear and 7:30: p. m. Training Un Wednesday: 7:00: ;p.m. Mid. ::r:::,''..

member of Pine Level Baptist Jones Funeral Home. ion. 6:30: p. m.-Rev, Jack Week Prayer. Meeting. ::: '.
Church. _. Stolte ;pastor.; Pastor: T. E. Gllley :g.:'f:.'': rh .',
--- .
Surviving is her mother Viola zBE1'IIEL
Griffis, of Lawtey; three dau- at 2 p.m. weanesaay m the PINE LEVEL, BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH :|:I

ghters, Mrs. Geneva Hhoden. Highland Baptist Church with Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday School: l, 10 a.m.; Morn- |:: ..
of Sanderson; Jo and Jeannie Interment Rev. George Chism officiating, ing Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser-. ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening ::
Griffis. both of Lawtev: .five was in Dyal Cemetery vices (Booster Band Young J:
Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer a
Jeffrey lloyd Johnny, under direction of DeWitt C. and Service). 6 } !r
sons People Prayer
Jones Funeral Home. Meeting: 7:30: () p. m.; Wednesday % : '*A
James, and Jack Richendollar, -.- p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m. -Rev. J. C, Heaters, pastor, | d :}::y:
and Gregory Griffis.all of Highland Midweek Service, Wednesday '.'

; four brothers Karl CARD OF THANKS 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D., MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL; :':j:' : .2..1;. .

and W. L.: Griffis both of Oakland We wish to take this oppor Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday :g:: ,r ::::
Calif. Homer Griffis tunity to thank our friends and pastor.Grace Church ....
; Baptist School, 11:00: a. in. Morning :j: '.
Sanderson; and LouvilleGriffis, relatives for all of the consid- Sunday School 10:00: A. M. Worship 6:00 v. m. Training :g: p 11 .
Tampa five sisters, Mrs. Alma eration shown the Y ..
us during ..
; Morning Worship 11:00: A. M. Union i 7:00: p. m. Evening Wore ::: ..
Weeks Chiefland Mrs. Hattie sickness and death of loved : :.:.
our ::
; Training Union 6:00: P. M. slhlp. |: 4 .:..:.
Belle Tindale Ocala; Mrs. one. What did for us was '
you Evening Worship 11:00: A, M. Wednesday-7:30:: Prayer Services ::::3
Jewell Quinn Fort Pierce; Mrs. wonderful. All of the prayers, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 1st and 3ril\ Wednesday ::3.1|::: 3- ..1...... .
Oleen Fortune, St. Augustine; flowers food phone calls and ....
7:30: P. M. Family night ....
night-1:00: .p. m. jj:: ..
and Mrs. Manda Lee Bryant, cards were deeply appreciated. Rev. Virgil Lovett Pastor. .:. a/ ....
Sanderson. The family ol Raleigh Dennis- :?:: ;;1
Funeral services were held on.

SundayChurch School 9:4S ((410 East Call St.) :S::: :::.:::. j I

a.m. Holy Communion, 11. MYF Services: Priesthood, 8:45: ; :g::: :::: 1
TV ATTACHMENT FOR Snack Supper 6 p.m. MYP Sunday Scli'x/l, 10:00: ; Sacra- :8::: :::: '

THE HARD OF HEARING meeting. 6:30.: Evening Worship ment 11:00: Branch President, ::::::; :.:.:.:. ,

7:30.: MYF 'Fireside. 8:30.: Dean Hansen 9646278. ::1@:;@! ::
nc >, > ta-nr.r. harin( rt vte. it now hMr.f offered to you .people :::: :: ti
with faded t'h.arlr( I hi Jacksonville Henna. Aid Service. 4liitrlbut6re of MondayJunior Girl Scouts :':"
DuMDPrf Henrtnf K'\i\ 'It will help re.tly to reduce, the itrtln. 6flntlertinK 3:15: p.m. Commission on Edu- KINC8LUY: LAKE BAPTIST i::S:}: I
10 >mr'rail.. And TV progrniriji. Tirtm pereontllzM, ArApllfttrI CHURCH :::<
I fuorantrrrt to nick >oj. hoer TV or radio much Better without cation. 7. Official Board. 8. i1; I
inrreafttd. volair.r, or jour money Bnrlc... Tuesday WSCS Executive Sunday. School 9:30: a.m. Training ::::::

$400 Board meeting 9:30: a.m. WSCS Union 10:15: a.m. Morning :::: 1
SPECIAL FULL PRICE General Meeting, 10. Junior Worship! 11 a. m. Evening Wor- :g:: 1

Girl Scouts 3:15.: ship) 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayg 1::g: HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE j;
PURCHASE WHILE THEY LAST Wednesday Younger Chil- er Service, Wednesday 7:30: p. .:|:' FAULKNER

dren's Choir 3 p.m. Prayer m. Come let us worship together., :::S:: SERVICECarl

"r I would prefer for pm''I Iv rood will and economic reasons that only Meeting and Bible StudY 7:30.: -Rev.. Allen Price, pastor! gSMYRNA .:..:. GULF SERVICEAND ,
L lh. hard.of.hear'n' order thia .tt.chmenl.tIHIK. Thursday Chancel Choir
: MISSIONARY:' :3333::: Hurst Phone 96.1.6111 Bill Edwards I'h. 9G4-7231 ::1:1:
\ :. flMIIV( : Olt PIIONK: J\X :35S29: : : Rehearsal 7:45: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH j::: :.:.

Friday Older Children'sChoir 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services is:::g Tire Truing 11;;
3:30 Thi
Rehearsal! : p.m.iSatU1'day
MAIL COUPON AND $1.00 TO : Sunday School. 10 a. m. ::::: U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
r JACKSONVILLE. IlE\ltl.\i: AID SERVICE: I Preaching. 11 a. m. Training ::::: Headlight Adjusting ;.

1 229V.. Adams. St., Ja](., Fla. Class- DeWlt 10 a.m..T. Forabee. pastor.; Unix.i, 5:45: p. in. Evening Worship ::::: -- Trailer ., Brake Service :
\ 7 p. in. Everyone welcome. ::::::
I I'it''':ate rush T.V. Atlarhmrnts at $1.00 each I I"I Complete Lubrication =-:{:
MADISON! STREET.. -Elder A. G. Flynn, pastor ::::: Wheel Balance and ::
ten inrlndr infurnuUon un the latent In Dahlbrrc llfar- :::: :
I inn Aids. SundayBrotherhood Breakfast Fllisr CHRISTIAN CHURCH !r Jj:: 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment

| Name . . . . I II 7 a.m. Sunday School Sunday Service: Sunday :::;:i-: 1011 N. Temple Avenue i
I School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- ::::: Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
I 9:4: ;;. Morning Worship at 11.
.\dclrr; . . . : I
PHONE 964-5899
Youth Choir Practice 4:30: p.m. ship, 10:45: n, m, Evening Sere ::: All Minor Repairs 1
I Citv StairJACKSONVILLE "j Youth Fellowship Supper 5:45.: vice, 6:30: i,. m. Midweek Service ;:1:1 jj:: 310 S. Temple Starke

- - Training Union 6:15.: WM0 Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. ::|:j: 617 N. Temple Ave. Starkev

Prayer Circle 7:15.: Evening Charles Reese, minister :.:.:.:.
Worship 7:30.Monday : .

-Meeting.Prayer 7:30 Program.Brothel'hood : p.m., ;BAPTIST CHURCH :::::; SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON :.

Tuesday Prayer Program Sunday School 10 .m. Pre. lj 3333 1!| MEAT MARKETAND

9:30 ajn. RA meeting 6:30: p.m. aching Services
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union.; 6 !j p.m.'Evening Service.' ::::: COLD STORAGEWe 1f

and Prayer Program 7:30: p.m. tf Midweek Prayer (Meeting', ;gi::: Complete Paint Supplies lluffet Lunch $1.25
Business Church Choir Practice 8:30.: Wednesday.. 7:30.: Everyone we!- :ti:;': Specialize lit Custom Slaughtering ti;.

DirectoryAuto Thursday Sunbeams andCA's come. Rev. George E. Cro :$:::: and Sporting Goods 11 A. M.to2 P. M. w
: Prayer Program 3:30: Cutting and Wrapping- 31:;::
well, pastor. ;jjiHAMPTON' : a
p.m.Friday Prayer Program :.::.: "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze :

Sales and Service MUSIC 730.; p.m. CHRISTIAN :Si:::
219 Washington St. 964-5270 1;
-Denton Sumrall, pastor CHURCH :r:::::< 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEPhone

Parrish Motors Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. :t::: r

Paulus Music Co. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ins; Worship at 11. Evening :;8:::: U. S. 301 North Ph. 961-7600 964-7059 r

STARKE Worship 7:30.Rev.: Carl >g:;: PALMETTO: STREET I
Band & Instruments
: .String
SERVICE Week of Prayer for Home Clarke pastor. jji 1:: :::
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Missions, March 29. f FLORIDA -
School Supplies-Instruction Sunday March 2 Brother FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH | DAD & BRAD SALES 1

Roberts Recorders hood Meeting and Breakfast HAMPTON :g::::: PEST NEW METHOD ;;\;.
Always Good; Used Cars Sundny School 10 a. m. Morn. ::::
Music 7:30: a.m. Sunday School, 9:45.: MODULAR HOMES24Ft.
921 Laura St. Ph. 356565.BEAUTY Llbrary-Exp..rl Morning Worship at 11; sermon ing Worship at 11. Training :S::: CLEANERS \\1 j
Repair Department "Pergamos the Impure Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night :8::: ONTROL ....
41V.. Monroe 333-8447 Church." Training Union 6:15.: Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed ::::: Wide
ACADEMY: Evening Worship, 7:30: ; sermon. by choir practice. Starke Nursing :333:::: ft OIIMKAL co. Under New OwnershipYour 1
""" "God and Job." Home service 2:45: p. m. :8:; Also 12-Ft. Wide Certified Master r;1
American PIANOS Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. :S:
Monday March 3 Week of ,
Hairstyling YAMAHA PIANOS Prayer program 9:30: a.m.. :Lor- g,, Dry Cleaner 1 r;;;

CONN and KIMBALLOKCANS ena Epperson group in charge: CALVARY BAPTIST :g': 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers :f::<:
Academy "The Living Church at Work" Sunday School. 10 a, m. MornS; Free Moth-Proofing :

Youth Choir Practice, Deacons 'lag: Worship, 11 a. m. Training $: Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand
21 W. Monroe 355.9:>91 Meeting, 7 p.m. Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- >:: Free Pick-Up and Delivery

.Tuesday March 4Week of vice. 7:30.: Prayer Mating, Wed- 5::c Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704 :

Riverside Prayer program 9:30: a.m.. Ida nesday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. :%:
Darby group in charge: "The Butler, past: t 'I'. ::1: i

Hairstyling Living Church Encountering .' .x

Academy beams, 3:30: 'SI.m. Primary BROOKER :r::

r.51 Park St. 3SS-N537 Choir GA meeting 4:15.: Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-33| CO. Grocery and Market I
Modern Styling Wednesday March 5 Sun- ing Worship 11 a. m. Training S:

Qualified Instructors! KIMBALL "SWINGER" day School Superintendents Union 6:30: p. m, Evening Service |::::1 Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed
Accredited VA ApprovedDay ORGANS Cabinet Meeting, 6 p.m Prayer 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway: t:'.

or Night Classes Rooseveltlall388.8519: !Meeting; Week of Prayer pro- pastor. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL,
gram Ethel Biggs group In' ?
""" charge: "The Living Church- NORTIISIDE BAPTIST BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
F.1.FrTlUr MOTORSPEAVY WESTERN STORE Declaring the Gospel" 7 p.m, CHURCH :

Church Choir Practice 7:45.: Located on Bayless Highway f-:r.. 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance S. 301 South Starke

Brothers Thurs., March 6 Week of (SR 225 at Raiford :Road *: 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 i
LITTLE DUDE Prayer program. Helen Masters ((8R. 111)). $1 Phone 964-7064 PHONE 964-5312 ii i

Electric Co.; group In charge: "The Living Services: Sunday School 10 ha :

Western Store Church- Ministering In Love." m.; Sunday Morning Worship) ij CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

Electric MotorsSold 9:30: a.m. 11 a. m.: Training Union 6:30: ': .

Serviced Repaired Western Clothing -- Leather. Fri., March 7-Week of Pray p. m.; Evening Service, 7:30: ; :|.:1 Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

Generators Starters Armature goods, Saddles and Trailers er program. General Officers in Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday :::
Rewinding Charles St: Sharon Petty charge "The Church Victor 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law- :,. Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473.4911
40-u T.nox Jax. 387-2528 803 8. Edff wood SM-1J10 four 9:30: a.m. M, paotor. S"

Page'. 8 TELEGRAPH Feb. 27, 1969 -W. A. Hogan pastor. :)"t:::..;:::: ::::z ::::::*-=:::>.,.-.:-"""..."".'-:-, ......................:x..YN'o..o."" ..... ..:..........,.....,.........."."."............,..""... .'.':..>.>...!:..........................................o,.:....................................................;:..........................,:.......................................................................................................................:.-:0-,.. :...:.:...,..:..:..:......:..:..:..:.................. .i

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I Ham- weeks here with his parents tm ..%.) Klchtb Judicial ClremU
Sampson City, Graham Rothelle Jones at work on
are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. 1m Am* K. Bradford) (;.Mtr. the bill of Complaint. Hi
r A Codlrtl ; llPt'l. Room
tn be Clara
iiiimliB7; ) pton, and Theressa, over 17 a two-car carport and utility Florida. Witness my hand and officialasa1 .Irum nt rmr"rllnJf e cr
He has been in Spain on Navy thcref hnve been admit- 101.flnnr! Avenueerettle.
years of age are asked to attend room addition to their home on JOHN, LEE CONDREY. Plaintiff '.StaI" Bradford the 3) dar aCIJanuarv. ted to prou-ito: In thl- Court W".hln"ton lA10/..
Vietnam after
and learn about the fire duty, and goes to va EUGENIA WOOLVERTON mn-inndea within you Are H..r'hv.tlrl.. -; that
Highway 18 east of Hampton 199. You are
OONl bass
>REY. Defendant line
this leave at home. from the dlvorre
mnntlm for
six en'.n"' .n action .
truck use and methods. NOTICE TO APPEARTOt (SEAL) nrequi
Mr. Jones was Injured Thurs- e-f and you(
Mrs D. B. BID CHARLES A. ARBT. Clerk date of the' first publication filed nlf"ln-t y nt
Miss Jessie Mae Brannen andMrs. day last week when he fell froma EUGENIA of the Circuit Court Bradford this. Notice-; to appear. In this red Arfrntfoany.t yo-uP
J .. E. J. Dowling were guests Florida. Court and Hh'-w "a" If any wrIt' "
ladder while the 544 Avenue County.
working on \TO Taney
Sand 1'0.
action' !a
M. '. con whY the "l1? on Fletn' ,,,
Beulah you
Virginia.You :
Brookvllle. Alexandria. By
roof of NAME' : Ifoody.6D.tC. Will and 'h <''
TRAILER FIRE the addition. the !
or j? nrtmlulnd
honor at a birthday dinnerat Notice la hereby given that the Are Hereby Notified that Court In '''I' PWr tffCall StreetlR'
Started by grease cooking on the home of Mr.and Mrs. Miss Wendy Mill, daughter of underaurned." under the, DO vis a cull has been brought against Cndlnll' ;: not th-rotn nn'l; ; iinrevokcd.Thoron to probateshould Vo2rl''' rand lU'! ft.t. rrignalhtyVdtMurPC !!
e's '
Jnd '
the range, a fire destroyed the Raleigh Brannen on Bedford Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill, has of ions Florida.of Chapter Acts. 20.953 of 1941:Xw will. you Bradford In the County Circuit Florida Court for by I And The For County Bradford. Cuuat7.Florida CenrJ.la A. Ynwn.. ,rrk *err'' March:
kitchen of Mr. and Mrs. Lar- Lake Sunday. Mrs.T.F.Brown been named chairman of ar- register with the Clerk of the John Lee Condrey for divorce. CVvnntv JudiiiBrndford County. ...Ih'r" : r111""t.
ry Youngblood's trailer home was also a dinner raiurements for Florida Junior Circuit' Court. 'In and for Brad- and you are hereby required toserve >> File :>o. F'rrrit'' On February 13. l lnrn ''' arninat yen. for
guest. ford County. Florida. upon r.- upon Ben Daniel. Jr. In Fa: Estate: ot | Publlshcd : mv hn cn.->"'
near Hampton late Sunday after Several building projects con- College Week at Chlpola Junior celot of proof of publication of Plaintiffs attorney, whose ad.Sr. AD..B. SK-.. 20. 116! the relief ". ".rnlcd' In' tho CoroVTvf -
noon. The Interior of the kit tinue around Hampton. R. J. College In Marianna, where she of this Wells notice Electric the fictitious Service under name ... Is 105 Legal Center Ocala.Florida. a-k-a W. WALLACE.. !>. : :0 4t 3-1S >" "t'o"mt: hand end the.eal
chen end of the trailer was Williams began foundation work Is a sophomore. She also which I am engaged In business. ten defense., your If any answer to the or bill writ of ""NOTTCH OF pnon TE -.... r7al4. Court on Fehrur.r
demolished, with smoke and for another house on his property served on the Homecoming at The N. Thompson at.. Stark.. lams In .Clerkuof .the tile THE STATR C).? FUOIUnA Tn Eighth: ... .lnl rlrrutt OfFlorida 10. 19.SEAT.. .
committee the first week In 1o'la.W.yn.. with the Clr. To All Per"ns Interested I. And For Dr.dfordContr. ( \ .
heat damage to the rest of the near the west city limits S. Kinney 202 N. Orange cult Court on or before the Srd. The Estate Of The r.bovcamcd: (Aerle. l A pir-
trailer, before the blaze was of Hampton, this one closer to February. ar. St. Starke. Fla. cole own day of March 1989. which daa.nd Decedunt: O.orre'' C.p"lUdHon.. Plnlnttff As Clerk Of !SM I CnurtBY .
Williams arrived In bated date la hereby fixed: as the You lire notified. that a writ. Hartldon.! Defend. !''I-Tl"'''''-'h\f: MoodyAC
Ralph M.
put out by the Youngblood fam- the "front" of the property on this 3rd day of Febru. of this Notice-; to Ap to b. vs Dorothy : n"f\lIly C'.rk
ily. Highway )18. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Sunday night for three try ford A.County D. 1969: Florida.at Starke..: Brad Default return day will etnt redoagainst( the ten Lnn Instrument Will ard rurgortlnii T.stamvnt of eat.NOTrC'E OF !SfTTTO1 Flro I'ubtlcttton': Februaryll.
CALLED MEETING 2-' 41 a-17 be demanded In the do'd nt nml n written: j n- : ""rllh"f( : H.idldo-n( 1911. I-n U 2.,
Hampton City Council discussed air---_gee_-_-----------,------ you for the relief
use of the old postofflce -------'rI ---------------
building, the old Jail, and -ls
housing for the second fire I I 1I

truck Tuesday at evening a called, Feb.meeting 18. No on 5i11TII07 I1 We j sell II
decision was made on whether
to have the present buildings FOOD 1 1I
torn down, to build a fire- I I
II .
truck-garage with those materials USDA _
If possible, or where to II I I

the lard house present Thomas the ,second Fire has the Marshal truck.truck parked Wll-For- I! RIB ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER !I : :' I i

in his carport. Advertising Choice : >, ""! FAIR 1v.
bids to
for tear down or rebuild I .
Is necessary before the ; 1

council the buildings can take or specific land. actionon I I : beef steaks

Nine YWAs from Hampton attended I T AS I

Yale the last Baptist a weekend weekend.camp conferenceat at Making Lake I ;II I and roasts. I 1

the trip with their counselor, I I I SUPERMARKETS I
Mrs. C. R. Hicks, were Debbi
Hicks, Debbie Hill, Nancy Ben- I II I I I
kowski, Linda Stone,JoAnnSal- I
ter, Elaine Youngblood, Carolyn I FOOD FAIR FOOD FAIR I
Kennan. Jake MIley drove a 11 I I
second car Friday and Sunday I IIUS Merchants
Women of the Hampton Bap- GRADED II GRADED !
, tist Missionary Society have I II I _

t, been study Invited on to Hawaii attend,a and mission a- I U.S. CHOICE I L6 ? U.S. CHOICE I I I

covered dish supper tonight I II I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
(Thursday) at the First Baptist I I THRU WEDNESDAY MARCH 5th.
Church In Starke, accord- I
ing to WMS President Betty I II I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 1Dantry
Hayes. Mrs. John Maguire of II

Jacksonville will teach the'book,
"In Aloha Land," telling of QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A'
mission work In our 50th state.

and Mrs. L. L. Melt GROUND
on and Otis Melton left Saturday
evening for Little Rock,
Ark., where they were called OR LEG BEEF
by the illness of David Melton, QTRS. r CUTS SAUSAGE
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Melton. David has had leuk-
emia, and was put on the crit- 5 $1.99BONELESS 5ozPKO
ical list last week with pne-
Mrs. Walter Mouch of Tol-
edo, Ohio, has been visiting
her son-in-law and daughter,
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and
terson and children of Starke SLICED 1/4
visited his mother, Mrs. M. CALIFORNIA GRIINDIU.SlICED .
all drove to Jacksonville. TURKEY
Hampton Baptist WMS met at ROAST AND GMVY,
the church Tuesday morning of MEAT MVIOUerCAIIAGC
last week for a meeting, pro- ROUS
gram and refreshments. 1U5DA

Randy his Hayes cousins visted Sunday.In Georgiawith I frI (CHOICE 1.29HAMPSTEAD 32o*
Tony Kennan and two of his JAR
friends from Eglin AFB near
Ft. Walton spent last week-
end here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Kennan and
attended the "300 race at .

Daytona Ardel Beach Brannen Saturday.visited his RIPPLE FT'IcL1r : KLEENEX

father, Raleigh Brannen, last SLICED
weekend from Montgomery, EARLY JUNE PRINT
Ala., where he is stationed AJAX
with the Air Force. Saturday a : PEAS

he Hampton.visited Mrs. T. F. BrownIn ; : -LAUNDRY DETERGENT TOWELS

Mrs. Lawrence Meng,motherof 16ox
Paul and Francis Meng of CANS ONLY GIANT 3IJX
Hampton, spent the week with ROLLS
her sister, Mrs. John Manker,
in Tampa. Mrs. Manker drove
her back to Hampton Saturday,
and they visited Mrs. M. L. I IT'S "IN THE BAG"KING I
Watterson during the day. D ,.: :
Mr. and Mrs. L. LTMelton" I : SIZE ENRICHED I.i -

entertained supper at their several home friends Thursdayof for i CHASE & :l1eSi! FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I

Mrs.last week.Frank Clark visited in I : SLICED WHITEBREAD I I

Valdosta, Ga. last weekend,
with her father, who has been SANBORN ;
very ill. !
.\ and Mrs. Rothelle Jones I !
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. I __ _
Tracy Jones and family were I II
dinner guest Friday evening of I '."' I I

of Mr.Bedford and Mrs.Lake Raleigh, and Brannen Ardel I _Chase_, I 2Ooz !SAVE'\ I I

Brannen, who was home for I ISanbornlfcfJ LB. 59 I LOAF 19 ," I
the weekend.Mr. I "
I !. c: I
and Mrs. John Hall and I CAN r
family of Atlanta, Ga. spent _!-j I 2 eve I I
:last weekend here with his parents I I SAVI 17 .ICID ASSORTIO I
: Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall. i / L8

fire. There department will be meeting a volunteer at I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I SWEET BUNS a'a 3/l I I I

Hampton City Hall]Ffrday even-
ing, *eb. 28, at 7:30 p.m.,
.according to Wlllard Thomas


MATE e .
ft .Cavity ROMIT.;
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1p w tfCabKnt ONLY


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,:.-' -. .Tree,.,.,.rs .
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.. .,...-i Grinding Winch; True I: : KING SIZE TOOTHPASTE FLORIDAORANGES

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round slices, leaving the peelon. .. '" .. Jr .
with sharp cheese cf Sanderson were Sunday: rUItor .
T II's a WOliall's. cheese with straw- at the Ralford Baptist!
or cream March 1
Opening Sat.
berry Jam or chopped nuts... '
.: butter and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs

t :. ": &!1IiUW naise.or peanut.. or sliced ham chicken mayon- By Dorothy BOOa By Eau Eia.ebardFRIENDLY were accompanied by Mr.Mar

r turkey, or any of these ty Clemons and children of LAKE
or .... 474113
meats ground and mixed with .. Hellbronn Springs on a visit to WAY':
mayonnaise. Put a second sliceof r r their: children Mr. and Mrs. t.. SPEED

By Martha Sue McCah. apple on top of the filling Hope Baptist Church LAWTEY WARNINGTO CITIZENSThe J. Mlkell and children.:: The CITY
Extension .and you have an applewlch. Sunday School, 10a.m.;Morn- occasion was a birthday supper
County Training Union. City Is putting in sew atop >for their grandson Bruce Ml
Home Economics AgentAN signals and the observance of
... Don't tempt your dieting 6:30 p.m.; Evening Worship kell. 4"f)
friends with this pecan roll, 7:15; WednesdayevenlngPrayer them will be strictly enforced to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur' Jones 5 MI. South Lake City on U.S. 41

for they will never be able to Service 7:30 with choir prac- everyone. and son visited Mrs. Irene
mallows and return to the oven slice. afterward.In HOMEMAKERS CLUB Jones Tuesday night and Wed
after Just
quit eating one tice
Serving baked for a few minutes. Or serve It's not that It's so loaded with the absence of the pastor Mrs. Harry F. Faulkner was nesday In Penney Farms. Stock Car Races Every Sat.
? Add some apples variety for with dessert baked apples with a topping calories; It's Just that It tastesso Rev. Merle Packham, because hostess. to Extension Homemak- Mrs. JoAnn Griffis and
of cream cheese softened with era last Thursday morning with
the good. And it Isn't much of Illness. Jim Lawson, ; daughter and Mrs. Earl DobbS
fillings. Fill
apples with
cream and beaten until Huffy. 12 members present. Following
trouble to make either. a layman of Madison Street were business visitors in Jack-
add chopped fresh cranberries and Apples make good snacks too 1 milk 4 1/2 Baptist Church In Starke bro the devotional by Miss Enza eoravUle last Thursday after Time Trial 7:30 First Race 8:30
a Recipe cup
tablespoon of to :
sugar and
for Blanchard
appetizers tea. Try Mrs. Tribe demon
the Sunday.
ught messages
each apple. Or fill sifted cake flour 3 table-
centers cups
apple slices spread with a top atrated different new ways of noon.Mrs.
Irene Jones and Mrs
with crushed pineapple and. ping. To the slices spoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt, .
prepare New Life Bible Club putting In zippers and began
Batten of
Louise Penney
after baking. top with marsh--- .core. the apple and. cut thick 1 cake cup yeast shortening(active,dry 1 or package comwarmewatecnliwlewarm The New Life Bible Club, !Instructions In knitting. Refreshments visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Double Header Every Saturday

) very for students In grades 1-6. were served by the hos Doxies and family Monday night Running 2 Classes of Cars
CrnTTV'Q ( for meets each Monday afternoon tess. afternoon.Mr. ,
ortUALo compressed yeast), 3 egg yolks after school In the mobile CHURCH,! ACTIVITIES and Mrs. Charlie Bl 11ett.
o (beaten), 1 cup golden seedless "Chlldrens' Chapel" at Hope The WSCS met with Mrs. T. of the State Farm had as Sun
raisins. 1 cup coarsely chop- Baptist Church. L. Wainwright Tuesday nightof day luncheon guests their eon. UNLIMITED EARLY MODELS

ped pecans, 1 cup coarsely chopped last week with 11 present. Mack Burnett, and family of & BOMBERS '50 thu '60 stock)
pitted dates, 1 cup sifted Personals Mrs. Vernon Olin gave the devotional White House.
F SPECIALI! HARD MAPLE brown sugar (firmly packed), The prayers and best wishes and Mrs. George Tribe

MITRE BOX 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon I of the community are with W. presented the program topic,
cup cherry preserves, 3 egg H. Hall Sr., who entered the "What Is Happening To Religion -
whites. Medical Center In Gainesville ?" After adjournment the '
6" width Scald milk. Cool to luke- Monday for surgery on Tues- hostess! .served refreshments. TROPICAL2nd

16" long warm. Sift flour sugar and day.Clyde Grace United Methodist-Sun.
1 salt together Into large bowl. Hall's birthday was observed day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship

Made of selected kiln dried rock mapleto Cut In shortening, using pastry Saturday when he and '11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir .
blender two knives. Mrs. Hall; Rev. and Mrs.Merle
or Sprinkleor
practice Wednesday 7 folI -
eliminate warping. Extra broad width p.m.
Packham and Matthew Mr. and
crumble into ;
yeast water I lowed
insures stability increases capacity. Average Retail r (very warm for active dry yeast; Mrs. Bill Phillips and Billy; First by Baptist-Sunday MYF School ANNIVERSARY SALE (In Our New Ultra MmF. !IMy)

-/ lukewarm for compressed yeast Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and
9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 and 7:30
Scotty's Sale Price 99 1.39 t ). Stir until dissolved. Add family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- :
p.m., Training Union 6:30 .
: p.m.
lukewarm milk and my Ritch of Patlatka visited I
egg yolks.
I Midweek
Blend Into flour and shortening Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham '7:30: p.m. meetings Wednesday| IWJE: MUST SELL 40.CARS THIS WEEK

Black Decker mixture beating well. Add a Jr. at Salt Springs. Church of God Sunday
little more cake flour if need- Happy Birthday Feb. 22)) to
1/4" UTILITY DRILL ed to make a very soft, sticky Miss Cheryl Griffis. School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m.
Brush The birthdays of Percy Sull- and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday
dough. dough lightly MONDAY-FRIDAY
U.L. industrially listed with soft shortening. Cover ivan Sr. (Feb. 25) and Felix 7:30: p.m. 50 WE'RE TAYING OPEN
Full 1.9 imps, .14 h.p. bowl tightly and refrigerate Sullivan (Jan. 28)) were observed Highland Baptist Sunday
2250 r.p.m. with a family dinner on School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11

ettochmenti Fits ill Black & Decker Avg. overnight.Turn out on lightly floured Sunday at the home of their a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Practice 8 AM 'TIL i 9 PM
board. Knead dough lightly parents Mr. and Mrs. Cleve- 6:30: p.m. Prayer meeting
Scotty's Sale Price 895 Ret. until smooth enough to roll. land Sullivan. Present to enjoy Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
12.95 Divide Into four equal pieces. the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. PERSONALSMrs. 's
Special Prloee Good Thru March 8th Roll out each into very tnin Percy Sullivan Sr. of Palatka; H. C. Wainwright visitedher SUPERMARKETPRICES >
rectangle, 18 x II inches. Com- Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan : daughter. Mrs. Patricia
and Douglas; Mr and Mrs. Waters in Jacksonville Saturn
4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619 bine raisins, pecans, dates Marlon Sullivan; Mr. and Mrs. day and they attended The ,
GAINESVILLE FLA. brown sugar cinnamon and Percy Sullivan Jr and Rusty, Home and Garden Show at the ,
fruit preserves. Beat egg and Miss Dorothy Mills. Coliseum.Mrs. .
whites until stiff but not dry. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beah- Ernest Wells and (Mis. fUst ,
Spread each rectangle with one- ler the weekend ,
spent with her George Roberts attended the
CASH BUYS MORE AT fourth of the egg whites; then and
son daughter-in-law Mr. funeral of Mrs. Gallic Budding- Prk.
sprinkle with one-fourth of the and Mrs. Harold Reinert and ton In Middleburg on Wednesday
c fruit mixture. Roll up as for family at Eau Gallle. and visited Mrs. Ruth Bar- Loaded $4407.59

SCOTTY'Shome jellyroll, inches long. Pinch Sunday afternoon visitors of thlow and family. FINANCE
seam together. Place 69
rolls Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packhamwere Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles)
seam side down on greased Mr. and Mrs. John Carl- Shuford recently were :Mrs.

builders supply minutes cookie sheetLet in rise 45 son of Moline Ill., and Mrs. John Knight and son of Tampa CATAUNAuoorStdinFull $3099
warm place free
Margaret Prevatt. .
Mrs. F. W. Clements of Virginia -
-Mrs. James Davis and her accompanied by her power, Air Conditioning, tinted glass' ,
cousin Mrs. Sylvia Cox. ViSIt- daughter Mrs. Carl Shuford radio, whit. wall tires, decor group hydra- AFTBR $499

ed Mrs. Davis' mother( Mrs. of Eau Gallle, were visiting mock transmission and more. DOWN CASH OR TRADE
Marian Gnann, on Friday at here during the week.
/ .xr INIJj Macclenny where \they enjoyed Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
shopping and dinner. sons were weekend visitors of
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. C. R. Crews and other re
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sull- latives. I e

ivan were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Tom Whaley and children -
Crosby of Starke.
YOUR of Jacksonville arrived
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall last Friday and are spendingthis
Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall
week with !Mr*. Nellie Wilkinson -
'Jr.;> Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tri-
and Mrs. Daisy Bock
r est and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Hall They all were In Palatka Sat-
spent Sunday afternoon at
Rodman Dam.Visiting urday and visited Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil GrlffU and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L.K.
Childs Mrs. !IMaines Griffis and their
fPllJj@lHI this weekend was Mr.
Childs' families. The Whaley family I s e
son, L. A. Childs, of "
IL Fort Pierce. will be residing in Georgia as

Miss Elaine Bender of Gainesville :Mr Whaley who,has been with
visited her aunt, Mrs. the Atlantic National Bank la
I Topsy Brown Saturday. Jacksonville. has accepted employment -
Mr. and Mrs. Marion In an Atlanta bank.
returned this week to Sullivan Mrs, Clara Olsen of New Orleans -
NOT Miami home after spending sev- La. Is visiting Mr. and
eral days at their home here. Mrs. Lee R. Green. Mrs. Henry

I Visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Percy Carter and Mrs. Randolph Cros-
YOURSELFL Sullivan Jr. and Rusty on Mond- by of iMaxville were also visiting '69 FIREBIRD
aay was her mother Mrs.Mar- ; the Greens during the week.
shall Strickland of Florahome. Mrs Mamie Futch !Is visiting
.Oyer daughter, !Mrs. D. J. Put "SPRINT"
ney, In Jacksonville this week.
-- o itOCf0.4 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier 2 door hardtop with head restraints

Hampton Area of Jacksonville were Sunday whit wall tires, radio, console, wheel
visitors of Mr. and !Mrs. James disc, tinted glass undercoating, door
{ td Department Rosier.Mr. V edge guards and more.
and Mrs D. E. Nolan and Stock No.
PUT AN END TO EXTENDING YOURSELF- ; Meeting Called children of Jacksonville were 1021' List. Price 3436.19

Residents of Graham Hamp Duck
on Sunday.
ton. Sampson City Theressa Casey Dobbs and son of Jacksonville CASH
and areas In between and surrounding were visiting Mr. and
OFFICE AND ORDER YOURS TODAY'r1IONC141.7040 are urged to attend a (Mrs. A. D. Dobbs on Sunday. ONLY $399 DOWN TRADE $2599We

volunteer fire department meet- Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and sons)
( \T Ing in the Hampton City Hall of Jacksonville. visited Mr. and

FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO. Friday Feb. 28, at 7:30: p.m. (Mrs. O. J. Anders during the
':. :: The second fire truck delivered weekend.rSnsnrrsnrrrrsnSCC. Will Sell 50 Cars Between
STARKE, FLA. to Hampton last Saturday is

designated! as an "area" firefighting Now and Feb. 28.
aid and In order for the .

If want High Quality Home countywide flre-fizhttngr plan RAIFORD
you a
to succeed, all residents of Don't Miss These Fantastic Prices!

the various "areas' ui the By Mr. Bat DoMe

ovil use county of need the equipment to be trained, alarms In the,I' Sacrifice Discounts On All Used Cars In Stock

11 MOOIIl and fire-fighting methods. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison
Jr. and son of Gainesville. wen
Tuesday night and Wednesday
guests of her parent. UM Theo- '63 VOLKSWAGEN '66 CATALINA

3 Local StudentsGet dore Hosiers. Sedonwith radio, haaUr and extra $795 Station Wagon:with, full power $1995
QUALITYCQNUaUCTIOH Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough visited dean. and air" conditioning Like N
Straight! A's her sisters Misses EuU and

Peculia Norman. in Bradford $299 Down and $34.73 Per Mo. $495 Down and $44.35 Per Me.
.. At University County, Friday through Mon

IMMIDIATICONSnUCTIOH '._ Three ',area students are *. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Caaon of '67 BONNEVILLE '66 PONTIAC
mong the 374 University of Florida Daytona Beach were weekend 4 door hardtop with full power Grand Prix 2 door hardtop with
student ;named to the Pres air conditioning, windows' full and air conditioning.
r- -y guests of their parent, the power $269 5 power $
: 9 ident's Honor roll for making Theodore Rooters and Mr*. and real thorp./ j Rtol tharpe. 995
perfect 4.0 'averages during >the Alice Caaon. .
last quarter. 'Mrs. Eddie Reynolds of Perry' $495 Down and $89.89 Per M. $395 Down and$79.31 Per Me.

I ONI SlaVICI no' ?Ir The scholars: are David .Wes was a Tuesday guest of her
iI11c! ley Hlnnant. Rt. 1, Starke. a parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl '65 BONNEVILLE '67 OLDSMOBILE
senior in the College of Arta and :Dobbs. > f Villa Cruiier Wagon with! full
.. Sciences; Hilda L. Richey (Deg :Mr. and (Mrs Gerald Grlffls AdOOhadtoPwithfU"pow.r$1695 power and air conditioning.' 2695
Keystone Heights .a senior In the had as Saturday afternoon Chrome luggage rock and thorp
12 SHORT TEARS With all the talk of Inflation and rising costs, you may not think It's possible to build College of education( ; < TO MTOfHCIt a low priced high quality home. But it Is-at Jim Walter Homes.Try us and find out \IMichele Dekle Lake Butler, a and children, of Starke $395 Down and $66.72 P.r Mo. <483 Down and| $89.91 Per Me

for yourself. Junior In the College of Arts and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dob *
Jim Walter Homes finances what they build, so you can count on Instant mortgage flight with Shelly Rlherd ta
arrangements. No days of waiting while a third party decides. But mortgage financing Lake Butler. .
IH THIroUOWMO of a good home Is not all that Jim Walter offers you. He'll help you cut your costs and Mill Lou Yarbrougti
/ LOCATIONS/ thereby keep monthly low for to do from draft Bake at 400 degrees
your payments by making possible you some -
visited her J. C. Odom.
of your own interior finishing. You decide how much. The more you do, the more you for 30 to 35 minutes or father I TROPICAL
save. Even the materials you'll need for Inside finishing can be supplied and financed until tops are firm when tap- In Glennville, Ga. Tuesday
Wednesday, wben he underwent
with your new home.
ped. Cool.
When you think of building a new home on your property "l.Frost with the following frost- eye surgery.
think of 'Jim Walter Hornet to do It. ing Blend Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs.

AC. rplteote oFStcawdfff.aNoC'oi&yel I"I""I" ; ;;; : garine: or butter one-fourthcupmar-with 2 cups Mrs.Orlffls:Mary and Freeman.children Mrs.visited JoAnn -
I sifted powdered 1 teaspoon
auger -
.. ... Mr. and !Mrs. Eddie Reynolds
.ui,0-- --del.n. I vanilla, and as much
.... .... .. as PONTIAC
O in Terry Sunday.
=:::.. .=: ac.wA.e I one-third cup milk, cream, or .
IsI Mrs. Ruby Rosier accompaa)
evaporated milk as needed for
I .
led "Mrs. and daughter
J. S. Sapp
good spreading
consistency. ]
Cell.d'M coupon or atop"ty today for \ ": ITAnI I :Sprinkle: with chopped pecans. Betty Jo. of: Lawtey, on S
(ne new cttttog and come"Informeffon. w -sr, c.n I Serve warm or cold. Yield shopping trip to Jacksonville S.rrk. Dept. Op.n Men..Wed.Fri.1H3:3O
L------+___J about 30 slices. : last Saturday i :30 Service Closed All I Day S.tard.

Page 10 TELEGRAPH Feb. 27, 1969 'Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Jcneaj-


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Food 7/60 Receive HereIn SAVE'4T YOU CAN SAVE

December 1.460 BnuUofalOountUns
and 430 Union Coun- ULL
clans :received food aid tihrough NOW
the U. 8. Department of Agriculture's -
commodity, dlatrttw-:
tton program.Of .
the 67 counties In the state ALL WEEK
47 participated in the program
In December 'with a total of

ithls 196,330 food.needy persons receiving .

chopped Them foods meat.Included canned canned fowl ass On These Specials Prices Good thru Wed. March 5
cheese, dry milk, evaporated Oo STO ,
milk, scrambled egg mix instant -
.. mashed :potatoes, lard or .
O .WHITE, BLUE* COLD WATER ARROW. limit on.w/$5.00 or mar purchoc..xctudina clgarettei
other shortening peanut butter Vuontity) Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week
Thursday thru Wednesday Feb 27 March 5
flour, butter or margarine dry ... -
beans, rolled oats rice, raisins.gyrup. INC.COPVKIOHTI 4' ,.
Juice grits and canned Detergent
vegetables. eo eeo s .
In Bradford County the food Is
Giant Sice DETERGENT .
SOUTHERN BISCUIT Plain or S lf-Riing
normarly Thursday. distributed and Friday on the of third the / e '

month. 'However In March the fee Ajax *& Flour 39
food will be distributed on the cof BAG
10th and :llth because the Brad-
ford County Fair\ will begin qn' : 48-01.ASTOR limit 1 cookingoil; yourchoicew'$3.OOormorepurcho<*excludingcigarett; *

the A 19th. I F' $ Cooking Oil 69

New. Aboult A STOR CAN . .

48-ai.CRISCO limit cook ing oil your choice w$5.00 or more purchase.xctudingeiyar.H..

Colored". Citizens I ".r COFFEE CAN 49Limit Cooking Oil i I. 79*

RECREATION NEWS 1 Coffee of,.."h.'h"; or more purchase exclud.ng. cigarettes . .

The third annual Reno Recre
ation Basketball tournament

will day.day meet be night Feb.Keller held 28 at Friday and High 7:30:March In,and RJE the 1.Satur-Fri-first will take 1e-o. DUNCAN "'Mixes..3/i. Soups.ND.1 Can All Oth.r : ::.':rrrpTsTT:::: : : Medium Eggs Do z.$ l.18ai. .

game. Falcons will play Boys .TROPICAL 40-o{.DEEP SOUTH
Club In the second game at 1-lb.CRACKIN'GOOD
8:30.: Saturday at 2:30: Anderson Grape Jelly 3/$1. Peanut Butter..89* iisterine. *
Recreation of game will one play: and the at winners 3:30: Saltines 2/49 88

p.m. Saturday. Carver JuniorHigh Jumbo GALA Qf. KRAfT 1-lb. CRACKIN'GOOD SAVOY CHOCOLATE 100-Ct.ST.JOSEPH

game will two.play the winners of Paper Towels 3/$1. Mayonnaise.59* S'wich..3/l. Aspirin 38*

The consolation game will . .
start at 7:30: p.m. Saturday 7-o..CHERRY STAR WHITE MEAT 3-Plc. DELICIOUS CRACKER 7-o. LIQUID PREll

night at with 8:30.the championshipgame Tuna Fish Arrow Jacks. 19 '
Last Friday night the Hawks .. 3/$1. Napkins 10 . Shampoo. ..68No.
defeated the Falcons 11092.The
Falcons Junior Varsity beat Can CAMPBELL'S Tomato A 12-Ole.GREEN GIANT

RJE PTA MRS.jayvees WILL FANNIE HONOR 5341.KING Bacon upsv"'j/f Niblets Corn 5/$1. Rings. . 49* Toothpaste28U.

Mrs. Fannie King a 75yearresident
of Bradford County,
will be honored during the an- W-D BRAND LEAN

nual gram PTA at 7:30 Founders p.m. Friday Day Feb.pro S. CHOICE BEEF SPECIALS' GroundBEEF
28 In the school cafetorium.
One of the oldest surviving patrons
of the local PTA group
Mrs. King resides at 1509 Old. tRr 4 1
Lawtey Road In Starke. ROUND STEAK. 99<
At 90, Mrs. King keeps her lB. 47
self busy helping her daughter ...a 3
Mrs. Ada Chandler, and son-in- t Aa PKG.
law, Ancil,, Chandler care for :r'u ??Ky. r
tier grandchildren, and _
greatgrandchildren.The CHUCK STEAK 69 < .
PTA of RJE feels highly ,.. -
privileged to honor such a wore . r,
thy citizen as Mrs.King and to USDA CHOICE WeD BRAND CORN FED RUMP OR SIRLOIN l .1 A
share in its history.,
Greater Free Will Baptist TIP ROASTT' .
Church,.Rev. Jasper Williams
pastor, Monday night Ushers .
Board No 2 and Choir No .3 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED
will rehearse. Tuesday night. SWIFT
Choir No. 1 rehearsal Wednes- ( L-
day night Prayer Meeting. ROAST ,.79 CANNED -
Thursday night Ladles Circle .
meeting and Story Hour at the
church. Friday night, Prayer USDA Choic.W-DBrand Corn Fed Lean USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Round Bone ShoulderRIBS. 9 9
Band.Dinners will be sold from '
tha kitchen on Saturday.Sunday LB.59' ROAST 89C3Vlb
School, 9:30: ( a.m.Morning Wore HAMS
ship at 11. Evening Service 6 .
W-D BrandOroundChuckorAIIMeat USDA Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Boneless Strip
p.m.Mt.. Pisgah AME Church. LB.
Rev. George Young pastor. Sun- $199 STEAK L8.999 CAN
day School. 10 a.m. Morning: .
Worship at 11. Evening ServIce
6:30: p.m. All members and 6-01. LIBSY'S
friends invited to attend.
Pleasant Grove Methodist FRESH DELICIOUS ORANGE JUIE..4/89*
Church, Rev.H. P. Hudson pas
tor. Church School 10 a.m. '
Morning Worship at 11. After
noon service welcome., 4 p.m.Visitors always CEO'STRAWBERRIES..389' i *

Greater Allen Chapel AME Strawberries
Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson
pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. PINTS FRY POTATOES 5 *
Love Feast, 11 a.m. Communion . BAG
at 6 p.m.. service. REG.SIZE MORTON


. eCOFFEE . . .2/$ 1.1Lb. 1.



,Gilbert Stalldar4! OU ATLAS=S.Sendee! Brown...... CABBAGE 2 HEADS 39' ONIONS 5 BAG' 39*

B.4iet Terms cud Serrfc =
47 N. Temple-Stark . BAG . 'B'

HURST'SSHELL / I EXTRI d9( GREEN STAMPS .,.I I I .EXTRA d7/..GREEN. .. .STAMPS.,. .. ;;( I I .EX.d7..! GREEN STAMPS.. '1 I ( 4 GREEN STAMPS I:,. t I ;:;: ::: .x M. w.
1 O LCANGround / / TWO PNO* or aEggo ONK PKO OUAHT ltPOMW 1
Service Station IN A ilAOKKT S K pica w o c.IOrrD ,
y/ Beef d Waffles LOIN VLICKO INTO 9
/' Jh ( Chicken + ( 0000 TNRU M/RCM S Pork Chops d j( SteaketresOOOO B
Monarch Tires A BaUerfe
ROAD SERVICE -.. ....' .Y--.
Ml and 100 Stark EXTRA EXTRA, ij EXTRA ,

***t>fcW O"* ve l 1 TWO FI.A Oft AWMOLii pR,.NI0 ANT at.0a WORTH aa O. TMirrrCatsup MAID .
01 '
I {O. JAR N..CAF. 12-01
.. WatchBand 7( fryer; Candy ( Instant Coffee Spray Starch ''
1 Pa 1 # a 1


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FLORIDA ;Ao .. .k"I \ w+ Planning Needed To Combat ...!' ............. !

'1 Fast Rising Medical CostsCosta : "'" :

THEATRE Rosa HutchlMW:

''t",........ medical care rose Ical cost In your communlty.i '. WHEN THERE'S A | J

SIIOWT 11\1 E- ( We are sorry that Mrs. Flo- 10% higher of In 1967 than In 1966 5. Keep complete records of.j.

Weekdays 7 P. M. rence Proctor In having a bout and are still rising a home doctor's bill*. hospital bills prescription J I .'4.PUNCTURE |
drugs, and laboratory].i
Sunday 3 P. M. r. *\l with the flu. Gloria Hutch- economist at the University of

Saturday 1 P. M. at Inson Is recuperating after an Florida said with this other week.groups of claims tests. They'll and also speed help up you when: .: vUI( ) IN THEPOCKETBOOK .
We hope that reading attack, and Lee Womble is also Compared file Income tax. | r
FRIDAY SATURDAYFEB. the weather la better than 111 at this time.Members Items In the Consumer Price you 6. Take your of free !.
advantage orlowcost
at writing time. Weather of the Church LAa. Index costs of medical care are you'] $
28 MAR. 1 medical testing If
the Faith Choir rising more sharply than any
we experienced over by wish to thank
Double Feature Program weekend Is bad on just everyone who bought dinnersto other group according to U.S. have service It In clubs your sponsor community.clinics Many to g. *

everything except maybe help them purchase robes. Department of Commerce fig .
detect such diseases as glaucoma ..
and frogs. Cattle stand Church of God by Faith: ures. Last year the American and tuberculosis. !

waiting to be fed spores Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Bible people spent 33.1 billion on med- 7. If you're over 65 and elI I f :

strawberry plants spread Lesson, 12 noon. WWC, 6 p.m. ical services.
IgIble be sure you're enrolled j r
1 / / 1 ing increase in leaf .spot Evening Service 7:30. Prayer "Long-range planning helps to In Medicare. Most people of .i .
stays brown traveling is Service, 8 p.m. Wednesday. hold down cost" advised Vervtl
retirement age are. Private J. Come In and
Friday night service 8 o'clock.Elder Mitchell Extension home man- .
gerous, and fields are too \ health Insurance can often fill t

1 to plow. WalterCamps.lstand3rd agement and family the economics following the gaps In the coverage proVided 9 ,c o get cash In .
listed -
specialist. She
Soon as you can tell that Sundays. Ernest McGollie, 2nd by Medicare. I

get of heavy frost may ,be and 4th. Everyone welcome. points: 8. Always be safety-conscious, [ minutes. .

you can prepare to plant Pleasant Grove Baptist 1. Have a regular family doc- the specialist advised. Take care 9 *
Spring and Summer green Church. Sunday School. 10a.m. histories on of house-hold hazard* Follow I
tor he keeps case
COLOR byDelui. "g.A age crop for livestock Morning Worship at 11. Fel- family; members. These records safety rules In all activities out- J m .:
Several of our varieties of lowship Hour 3 p.m. Evening side or Inside your home. For Ian
Yu.rl n. alone prevent costly "repeats"of
Service, 7:30.: Prayer Service follow his example of how it pays off; FIG" .
tests. Be sure to ft (1M
7:30. )
Rev. Davis
motorists involved In accidents 9 .
orders.Getanannualphyslcalcheck. ,
pastor, 2nd and 4th Sundays. 2- are favored if they have been I

PLUS 301DRIVEIN Everyone welcome. up If you're over 35. wearing seat belts at the time .I .

3. When you feel you needa .
ForestryGroup doctor, go to his office If hip 5 South, Rang 22 Rant and A
possible to save his time and containing lean.Also .one half (H) acre, A Call on us when you need help in repay- .
more or
HoldsMeeting your money. Home calls cost commencing *t th.. 8Wcorner .
more. He has most of his of NEV, of NI5'4 ing bills. Get cash double-quick. Loans
Section ill, Township 5 s<>.. nt. .
equipment at this office and can flange. 29 Kuft and run J furniture. +
made on signature, car,
SHOW BEGINSAT HereThe give you better service there 330 feet. thence run North to> your

7 :00 P.111.ADMISSION ) too. the tlon center of the of graded the prevent road known lorB $25.00 TO $600.00 :

: Importance of timberland 4. Does you family have enough .a Crnwford i"n"iii.thenee; or H'llhronn Weaterilealong

Adults 75c; Students \ products to Florida was stress hospital and major medical insurance Springs tmld .onll to the West alila <.

Children Under 12 ed at a luncheon meeting of policies? Does It have of NRM the Point of NE'of DrlllnnlnllZ'nllbeing thence Southto i I I TOWN FINANCE COMPANY

the Florida Forestry Association enough protection In other health In Section !8, Township

FRI., SAT., SUN. In Starke last Thursday.Ron Insurance policies? Your agentcan 5 South, Rnnge; 22 Kast' and containing les.. .)226 N. Temple Ave Phone 9647449
114 acre more or .
FEB. 1 MAR. 2, 3 Spencer Jr., executive advise you whether your Also: Commencing at thn SB
secretary of the association told protection Is enough for med- corner of NW1of 5 Smith.' NTVi' Section Rang ...................
Double Feature the that the forest products 28. Township
group 21 East' and run West 910 feetthence ,
Industry Is the second CARD OF THANKS rim' North ti> center of
location of the gradeflroad ... ......
largest income producer in the present -. *- -
... .,
Crawford or
known as -
We wish to thank all our .. _.. -"
SEAN based
state on production Hellhronn SpringsRoad' thence
The BeatlesYellow
valued at $1.2 billion friends and relatives for all run KnKterlv along Bald. rand to
the Emit Me of NW, of NE'i, YYA Y 2l.JlIULW IQ.i:!!!, .
employs 100,000 their kindnesses and ofneglnnlng
Submarine CONNERYBRGITTE The industry thence run I South to the Point
persons in the state and utilizes during the illness and and being In Section r IIY o> JIAHKE!!! ..&..ncnimscP'tMom

20 million acres in the produce death of our loved one. Our East 28. Township and containing 5 South I'd Range ncren 82' in.GFtAV 19'SPyfeVle :/!:!!

COlORbvDeLuel tion of forest products the special thanks to Brother O. M.Yarbrough more or I....... All lying on South
... and Brother Forsytlt. aide said road:
United Artists! speaker said.Spencer ....rtA the above descrlhea "AfsiOI PUWInAATo
declared that the for May God bless each one. The land lying and belnor situated! litBradford ,....-... .."".. ,......" .. ,............ --.. ..
BARDOT County Florida .. ,". ..... .. .. .. ... ............, ... ...... ........ ........ ..
est products industry has been family of Wesley Crews. at pnlillo I auction to the Jileth- ;::"::. ;;:'.,:::::::::; .... ..,," ......, .."...." .oo .......... :..... .......
misunderstood for many years est bidder for cash, at the East ::':'::-.-':::'.':.'" ........,..... .,,"..... .,... ..--.... .... -
Ponntjr ............. ... ....
of its of the Bradford "
and listed taxation as one CARD OF THANKS .:, :.
In Starke Florida. :: :: .: F.b.v.', I 19"9"
SUN., MON., TUES. S111ALAKOTECHNICOLOR main problems. He told the at Courthouse 11:00( A. M. ..- ....- .-.
Our heartfelt thanks to aU of Fobru- ....,....
which included State Re- Dated. this' 25tit,
MARCH 2 3 4 group, .. ... ... ..,
presentatives Gene Shaw and who extended comforting sym ary,c1i.&rlA.?\ \ n.vrmY. Clerk --..... ....- ...

glamour and Ralph Tyre, that the industry |pithy and help: In our recent Bv Beulah M. Moody
wants a "sensible approach" to Borrow and to the doctors and Deputy ClrrkTHOMAR
PIERPrjBy -'
grealness..Thespecdandspcctaclc and that it will presentIts 3 boepltal staff. For the beautiful & SulllvaH Tht Cu, Commifttlon
taxation :; (S) William F. City of SUrli., flo'10.
case to the legislature."A service: floral offerings and P. O. Vnf 1010 St.,h., Flor Id.

PLUS severance tax should not 'other kindnesses we are deeply Attorney Starke, Florida for Plaintiff, SZOlt G.nl l.ir.nt.

be Imposed on woodland pro- grateful. :The family, of Kirby It 2.21
Pursuant to our .nt, a hers f r p.rod t h. AM.ch.tl .ii.*.ry or
( duction." the speaker said, T. Crew. the udlt: r.port o.f:' fh.: 3ty| of St.'fc.: florid.; I for tho fl..l I I yo..
r "since it Is a crop like straw- ---. .ndod S.pt.mbvr 30, I9"'B. In thlt eonrtnetlon, .. nr"4ont (h.
berries except that it takes 20yea1'S Florida ow'tRE'4 nr9W' TVOTICR OF IKJTFVTIO'V fello.lnr I .hjhll.l
of of NI3V. and N'i of NW1/a
to produce a NAMD'
PARAMOUNT PlCruDCS pifUntt of SW-i of NE"i and S'$ of EC HIBIT A Cond.fX.rf B. Uno. Shu. All I I '..01.
Florida Notice ,In hereby given that
pulpwood. He said that .
ROD LEE GEORGE j leads the nation in the numberof SW\ %23 of, NWV Township of NE"i 5 of South Section the underslornrd, under thn pro EXHIBIT H C.n.i.l Fund C,nriiirt.ri St.l.iuml of R......
visions of Chapter 20,!>5S Laws
STEIGER REMCX SEGAL tree seedlings planted an- acres Range more 22 East or leaf containing, nn<1 60 of nnr"with"' ". Artsof the Cleric. 1041.of the will Circuit register ..".181.$' C Con.r.l Fund Cor> lMhf.f| Stnt.mftnt of Lopo.dlv., .

c nually. Commencing the SE cornerof Court, In and for Bradford CXHIOIT' D Utility Sy..... 14..0.I lnH .
: A color film, produced with NEW' of NE'" of,Sectlo-n H.21Bast County: Florida, upon/ receipt of :o.d..d sl.tnnnl, of 'Ineanin ond bpn.
SOL C SEGEL..odu.lonNOWAY Township S South Range .
proof of nnhllcatlon of thl notice
the cooperation of the Florida North 300 feet for
ana run .
I the fictitious name of Triple
TO Development Commission, show a Point of Bp lnnlnA'. Thence R Ranch under which T am ',1hto I ropatt i. tubntMlod lubj.et to our ompl.t audit t.porl which
ed the recreational value of for run Went to the center of theDreeent engageil In bii..lno''s at Saxon I. on flit In th. City:: Cl.rk'I, OTflc., City 14.:1 11 1, City of ilrk.,
TR EATAIAOY/ 196'I 'location of the graded Road HamptonFla.. S<.rk., Flor Id..
to the state, and the mod road known as Crawford or Freeman C. Reed Sr' Saxon
road, thence
mthods being .employed )in Hellbronn Springs nlontr said Road Hnmpton Fin. sole owner
run Northeasterly Dated this 2Rth clay of F..hru-
and processing the mad to the East aide of paid. R..l>.etfully ubrMtt.d,
A. D. 1069\ At Starke Bradford
MFTRi 1f10WYN MA ER.IYA NEU of NE',{, thence r.n Southto any County Florida NHS/.mp .
the Point of Beginning, said 2-27 it 3-29 &t.4 "O4 LIsA.-a
Spencer was Introduced by land being In !Section'! 28. Town I

W. Hood, forester! far the

< Blanding National Guard :.:_:::.:. :;-..:" =::-' .;,'.-::.... .'.._-:"...:=...
.>ervation. U"IBIT AH"

f totMiH, *loi KHuftj. ;,.." CONENsElALAN'
"Did you hear about theIedicnre

patient who had rHu5T GlNERAL


a placard on his in- ...!.!LL-!! ...FUNDNNO1\!! .. J-WL -=Palos ..!.JlU! .Ayyr.

I : showing'This is your a Federal tax dol lliWCuh 1 8 t a 1 i

Beebe o. H..d and o. D.po.lt 69,1"2 68,860 7S,789 38.)12 9nO 9,07"
at work. -Tony T.. C.llrl..t.. H.ld by Cltr 1]8
Spencerville (Ohio) D'.. Fr,. 0th.. F..d. 9,8 S 13,429 l61 eS9
A..o..10 A.o.lnbl 67,
ou rnalNews.ra Inr..t..n4a 629,j.3 8),200 119.9/310/ 1I0,30e
Utility Plant I. S..I. (Nat) 1.881,221
Electric Cent ruollon eor kI.P.ol''" 98.0ee
The rirrnlt Court Of TIlt! FI..d A.t. 415200
llKli li Jmllrlnl flrrnlt. In And
for liniilforit. County, Florida. TOTAL ASSETS l2..I.U :2.659.998 16.150 lgw2y? 717.714 :2.111-IAA 41"00
Crane No. 4111MORTOAOE<
irrigation : FORECLOSURE
Z noZKMAN: his wife
IMnlntlffs. vs DOYI!K E. !STAU-'! D.. 10 Other F..d. 682 13.25S
LINO and E. INUZ !'!TART.l="O. D.r..d R...... 2.691 le)61
per wife ; COTTON= PRODl'OKRS 1.10.1 and CAupone P..bl. 27S6 .,260
ASSOCIATION= d-h-a FARMERS; D.pooll Payable 32,798Sal.
MUTUAL EXCHANdR. and .. T.. P..bl. 1.1S
'. BRADFORD ENGINEERING A...... 80.d. Payable 2.4'.0 H.O.000
COMPANY: Defendants
." Nntlce Of Mortgage ForoclosureSale TOTAL LIABILITIES 3,313 a.80,361t 1.260 6S2.)61

-....... --...."" Public notice Is hereby given
that pursuant to ana In strict
"" accordance with the Summary RESERVES ANO FUND BAlANCES/RETA rAANINGSRe.

': Final Judgment of Foreclosure .....
F" Int..t
21st PI..lp.1 and
\ entered In this cause A.on D.the 1D89. C...... For Ca..... Ao..t 112,137 101,953
day of February: Clerk ofsaid Ha..... Tor A..I Fund 158,296
\ undersigned as
the the 10th day a...... For AvthoI..d E.p..dltu. 100,152
Court will on ..
of March A. D. 1969. sell the fund I..h.nt I. General Fled A. 35.200
.. real 7S,132 25,201 9,866
...,...' .'.. "' .,' 'following situated In;..Bradford County, R.hl.od h.I. _.129,4,14 _
11\. l'v AND FUND BALANCE/RETAI. EARIIIINGS l2..I.U a.6 Cl.gq8 i6i.1S0 158.296 719.714 M ire 417"200R

= -..:-.:::".-.
/\ -- E HlelT 8 ::::"'--M-: :=;"_
:4 ._- .......

COND t aEMTm; ; Jf ''m; d:; TIYAT 8.A o A CTuAL 3 T TY Y f v '_Y f o1' A. '''IQI'



8 8 8
11..tl. 5.1. 7".75
Charle7E. e..l P.op..t T... S3,756 83,061 (695))
eats S.I.. 51,19
Oth.r L..1.T.... 11o',60S 156,96'
11,360'e... Sala. 55,36'>! '
Lie,.... and P..lh 10..00 8,571 (1,629))
I Y ,.... Ch.'I" )1SIo
An electric-pumped irrigation system is a Fine. ..4 Ferhllurae 5.500 110,107 S.601
Johns N'.n 10 Ae a 11.127 >.67.19!
tion tool on farms dairies, citrus groves ; Service Char/ea 610 3S1 ( 229))

a...... Free 0th., A..I.. 61,113 66,30' (1.106S) 1JIfWU
right as rain but much more dependable. About This QtiCfcUaBi
at..eltea.eue 9.071 2.168 x,241) Plant D.ps,taa.1 28).G'i1
Sprinkler irrigation when and where
TOTAlS l-L.jl2 71t.5S8 o.e12 e.. D.porta..t 63lel 1

Night operation cuts down evaporation. $ my property has a Depr.el.tl.n. 96,202

value of only "leIT c
soil .
can be minimized. slate utility Tee 7,681
but to rebuild it TAa
Electric today's prices _would ; Be4D.101o --l..W. 451.114
motors of ;
give years carefree 17000. it true that CONDENSED Sa: T EmTr RAA R H '\ HCRIZATIONS

by time-clocks or float-switches to Charley E. Johns A- OPERATING INCOIIE 2110,056

and economical.For can insure me so OVER.UijPENDEa OR ADD' ... .
I.to.t 2..8USS
in case of total de- APPROPRIATIONS LAIENOITURE) _

helpful information see your my insurance / / / 8..4.
Interest' Eepea.e en 112.969
pay the full $17,000 re. Ad.I"I.t..t, Ofryo

cost of my build ..40..1 89,37')> 3,122 3.8., .. INCOIIE .
;?"-' Cilia. D.p.t..t 19)3 88,71' 9,186. 0'53'

FLORIDA POWER & 'I& D.p..t..t )10,01) 31,6/3 ,1000 LU," Treeafere to 0th., Funday

HELPING BUILD Charley. Street D.p.'t..t 19allo 89,711 10,503. 1..4..4 I.h..t SI.hln1 Fund. 13'0,15'1'

JOHNS NeereHiec D.p.t..t a"au t 210,313 9a2
AGENCY R..I sad C.'l..aaant Fund 81,860
.1..11.. ... ..1U2a. ..J.Q.ii1 ] 669
General runt. 65.003TOTALL 2,7.017 ,
131 So.-W Jaut St. J1II..iA1. ,m.zu


Page 12 TELEGRAPH Feb. 27,
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SInflsasrrrrr rrrsMELROSE Indians Close


By Joyce RowettSSsflssrrrnnsss

I Y 52-49 WinSandy

-% UWJjwwiruuw - - w
- - - - -
Gray-son hit for 3()
Miss Carolyn Tison spent the
points to lead Keystone Heightsto
-s-fl----- -S Services Held weekend with her parents Mr. a 52-49 victory over Hawthorne -
Keystone HilitesBy and Mrs. Dock Tison and (am-
[ Monday night, keepingthe
For Mrs. Huckert Uy.
NEWS NOTESBy Indians above the .500 mark:
and Richard Stinson
Mr. Mrs.
JIM FOX At Keystone In their regular season stand-
of Keystone Heights spent the
Helen Egan
Plcase Phone in ings.
Items 473-414& weekend with his brother and
:Mrs. Ferns C. Huckert. 72. Finishing the season with an
flsss aSm flfl-rs-rfl ister-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jar-
widow of Dr. Jesse W. Huckertof 11.9 win-loss record, tile Indiana
and family.Mr. .
WOMAN'S CLUB. ced at a later date. COMMUNITY CHURCH Keystone Heights died Wednesday ry Bartlettof went ahead early In the game
and Mrs. Robert
There will be an executive The Les Stephenson Memorial The next general meeting ofChurch Feb. 19. In a Gainesville .p. Montgomery. New York are only to have Hawthorne come

board meeting of the Woman's Tournament which will be Women will be held at hospital after an extended Ill his Mr. and back to tie the score 24-all at
visiting parents.
Club at 9:30: a.m. Tuesday comprised of members of the 7:30: p.m. Monday. March 3. In ness. She was born in SQuib- :Mrs. Ernest Bartlett. the half then take the lead bya .

March 4. at the clubhouse. North Florida PGA and local the educational buildings Final Dakota on April 19. 1896. and Ralph Cason of Silver Lake 36-33 margin at the end of
DUPLICATE BRIDGE plans for the World Day of the third period.
area amateurs will be held had lived In Keystone for the with his parents
pent Sunday
The Duplicate Bridge Club.' Sunday March 2. Please be Prayer on March 7 have been past six years coming here But Grayson and his team-
Mr.! and Mrs. R, M. Cason.Lt. .
sponsored by the Keystone'Heights cure to support this very spec- announced by Mrs. Barry Wy from Cleveland. Ohio. She wasa Valentine Theme Used At Wed&ng' Gen. and Mrs. Walter K. mates got hot then and pouredin

Woman's Club. meet ial tournament. Proceeds will man, chairman Area churches member of the CommunityChurch. 19 points In the last periodto
Of Tracey W'ndham To Wilson, (ret.) of Mobile Ala.
Larry NorwoodThe
each Monday night at 7:30.: Sessions be donated to a charity In memory will each have a representative few days with Brig. take the win.

are held at the clubhouse;., of Leslie L. Stephenson.The on the program. Services will Surviving are one daughter.Mrs. spent a Grayson hit on 12 field goals
and they are open to the pub, be held In the sanctuary at 2 Barbara Kurtzke of Mar- marriage of Miss Tracey, hats were In white silk and net. Gen. and !Mrs. Phil Kromer and six free throws for his 30(),

lie. Board of Directors has p.m. with the Community boro N. J.; a son John W. Wlndham daughter of Mr. and and they. carried arm bouquetsof (ret.) while Jeff Batts added ten

Winners for last week were: hired WilUam Hardigree as pro Church as host. The theme will Huckert Lanham Md.; one sister Mrs. Troy WIndham of Wild., red roses tied with red, satin Miss Vicki TLson daughter of points to the winning cause.
superintendent of the KeystoneGolf be World Brotherhood. wood and Larry Norwood son. bows. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison. appeared -
First place with 57 points. ME.: Mrs. Arlene Bjorkland Min LyndeU Smith paced the
& Country Club effectiveno ANNUAL SILVER TEA of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nor- Marvin Boos of Jacksonville in a Voice Recital Sunday
and Mrs. Fremont Tones: second neapolis, Minn.; a brother. den Hornets who finished! the sea
place with 43. Mrs. T. H. later than March 17. Hardl Mrs. B. F. Mizcll Jr., general Carter. Yankton S. D.; and wood of Lake Santa Fe. was served Mr. Norwood as best with other students of Mrs. IOn with a 11.7 record.

Dent and 'Mrs. Hogue: third gree has been assistant pro at chairman. Invites all Interested eight grandchildren solemnized at 8 p.m. Friday man. Jane Richards Sterrett in Gainesville The Baby Indians also won

place.with 4-1. Mr. Magnus and the Capitol City Country Club church members and friends to Funeral services were heldat Feb. 14, In sanctuary of the The bride wore a soft pink their season-closing contest

Mr. Gilrle: and fourth place In Tallahassee for several send In reservations for the annual 10:30: a.m. Friday. Feb. 21. Community Church of Keystone floor leng 1gown with back weekend with her parents Mr.Mrs. 39-32.

with 43. Mrs. Anna James and years. .silver tea as soon as pos with Dr. A. C. Holt officiating. Heights. Rev. A. D. Martin. of panel and a bow at the neck- Gloria Martin and two

Louie Kyle. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB sible. Mrs. John Bird will take Interment In Hillcrest Me- Waldo. uncle of the bride per. line. Her pink tulle veil was attached sons of Lake City spent last Wn"ev"AWTHOItNII ,((1'' ,""rr."cY. 2 n ,:.
was Z.J.7 Sm'h' / 2 1:11, .
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee was reservations and Mrs. Barry morial Park Gainesville wltb formed the double ring cere- to a coronet of pink and Mrs. Howard Morris and .Irn',,. ,p.I.1' 'ed..v." 7 ". 1."Z'.' 130B 'I4'.I

ST. WILLIAM'S sale CHURCH will be guest speaker at the regular Wyman will have charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home mony. Jeweled petals and she carriedan family. .KEYSTONI.. "ll_ ..010 HE'GHTS'. tr.nn. :"l| J:, wo'lo Gr4 V,,,.".,
A rummage monthly meeting of the Key- table arrangements. Mrs. Frank in Mrs. George Canova organist arm bouquet of red roses. it, Turner 0-1-1 Tolrtls' K.13.5J

by the Altar Society of..' stone Heights' Junior Woman's Ilgcn is in charge of the pro charge. and Mrs. Robert Hendry soloist Guest pews were tied with Edward Varnes and (Miss Kcy.-o H.lthnrn,' MC ,h's!, ,IS.7 '11 '12. !II"; ,
William's Church February Glenda McIntosh have announced ::9.52
St. on Club, Thursday evening, Feb. gram. provided nuptial music preceding nosegays of white tulle lilies
26 through 28, in the vacant their engagement. Miss Mclntosh
WWIVeU the ceremony.The of the valley and a red rose. In
store nE-xt'to Davis' Dry Clean. 19.Members of the Club gave a EASTERN STAR ushers. Ray Eddy of Atlanta keeping with the Valentine Ls a senior at Interlach-

ers from 9 am. to 5 p.m. The party for the children at Sun- The following officers were To Meet Ga.. and Alvin Lilly of theme. en Junior Senior High School. monthly meeting Thursday.
that there will elected at the 18 They planning June wed February 27 at 9:30: a.in. in tie!
ladies promise February: are a
land Training Center In Gain- (Florahome, lighted the white Following the ceremony, a reception Club. This
be bargains galore, -so be sure rsvllle last week. This Is one of chapter meeting: Worthy Matron Veterans of World War I and tapers set In seven-point brass was held In the educational ding. Home Demonstration homemakers -
to stop by and patronize them Grace Keeth; Worthy Patron Mrs. George Thigpen of East Club Is set up to help
the community services sponsored Auxiliary will meet in joint candelabras flanking the altar. building catered by Mrs.
Ed those
On Friday evening. Mrs. Winston C. Keeth: Assoc Falatka. visited her parents and is open to
by the club. session in Keystone Heights Greenery and fern-like palma E. H. Elsenacher. Mrs. S. E.
Dwyer was the lucky winner of Plans are being made for the iate Matron. Josephine Reed: Legion Home at 2:30: p.m. Fri were banked before a single Kennedy and Mrs. Ed A. Tim- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. who are interested.Mr. and

the $100 jackpot. She wasn't satisfied club's annual fashion show Associate: Patron. Gilbert Reed; day Feb. 28. according to C. large basket of white. gladioli mons. Mrs. Jim Cason of Jacksonville Thursday.The and Mrs. Dock Tison Tison's-

with only winning this which will feature members and Secretary. Beatrice Schroeder: E. Baker commander. with a few dark red roses In- kept the bride's book. World Literature Class at daughters vlsltr.dI1's.: .
she also won three In-f Treasurer Vera Ownbey; Conductress Interlachen High School attended aunt. Miss Mastic: Chamberliain :
pot. as
local residents. The date for this Considerable legislation affecting termingled.Miss Mrs. Leon F. (Mllner presidedat
dividual games. If you want to Matte Lee Kingsbury; the movie "The Lion in Winter Gainesville last week.
event will be announced later. World War I veterans Windham had as bridal the bride's table which was
hear an Interesting story ask ROTARY CLUB Associate Conductress Betty and their widows has been proposed attendants her sisters Mrs. set with a white linen and lace ," In Jacksonville last Wed- Anyone with clothing or other need
ner about her "good luck"charm. The club's weekly meeting Slkes: Sentinel John Kin&sbury. in Congress Commander Roger Hensley. of Orlando and cloth and centered with a three- nesday. articles that they: do

was held at the Enlisted Men's Appointive officers will be announced Baker says. This and other Mrs. Oliver Carlton of Lees- tiered wedding cake topped The Women's Society of and want to give away Fair please and

At the Altar Society meeting Club at Camp Blanding on : later. An open Installa. matters vitally affecting veterans burg. They wore Identical empire -, with a spray of red roses and a Christian: Service of the United contact me at the be held In
"Aunt Annie" Me- tion for members their fami Methodist Church Is planning a. Rummage Sale to
on Wednesday. They were guestsof will be discussed. gowns of white silk with miniature bride and groom ona
Cullough was pleasantly surprised the Starke-Bradford County lies. and friends will be held on Alt WW I veterans and their red velvet belts and bow pedestal. White tapers In silver World Day of Prayer, to be May. We would appreciate this

with a birthday party Chamber of Commerce. Brig. March, 15 at 8 p.m. In the chapter widows. are invited. 31 streamers .The cap-face veiled candelabras flanked; eac.h; held :March 7, at United Methodist very much. I will pick them uy.

given by the ladles of this organization. General Henry W. McMillanwas room. end of the table. A miniature Church. It is hoped that

She received many the guest speaker.The We regret to announce the heart-shaped cake carried out other Churches and interested DUPLICATE BRIDGE
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nice gifts cards and good wish.es its passing of Star Member :Mrs. Valentine motif. Individuals will come and par-
club will resume re the Winners last week of the Melrose -
from her many friends of the gular Friday schedule this week. Fern Huckert, whose Eastern Mrs. Timmons presided at the ticipate in the program. The Duplicate Bridge Club
church. Star Service was held on Feb. program will begin at 2:00: pm.
WOMAN'S GOLF ASSN. refreshment table serving red-
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN were: Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss:
this world could
8 Certainly use
20 at
GEORGE WASHINGTON Six Ladles from the local tinted fruit punch miniature Iva Hillyer. 1st place; Mrs. W.
Mrs. Aughtry Vance underwent more prayers from concerned:
GOLF TOURNAMENTOn : WGA attended a golf tourna- in sandwiches and other delicaciesto J. Grolick and Mrs.: J. W.

Sunday afternoon the tour ment at the Golden Hills Golf emergency surgery the 100 guests. persons.The Strawn, 2nd place; Mrs. Robert

nament committee of the Key & Country Club last week. Millie Alachua General Hospital on \. Jly MIKE CHITTY The new Mrs. Norwood graduated heavens opened up and Clare and Mrs. S. P. Sashoff.

stone Heights Golf & Country Tuttle won a prize in her' Feb. 18. Phone 475-2171 from Brigham Young the rains poured down Saturday. 3rd place; Mrs. C. W. Hardy

Club sponsored a George Washington flight for placing her ball closestto HOMEMAKERSClay ... University. Salt Lake City, spoiling the Work Day that had and Mrs. Veda Martin Mrs. B.
Tournament, which provo the flag on a designated hole. County Homemakers met Ir---------------w -" -.: .. Utah and was employed as been planned! at Melrose Elementary A. Allen and Mrs. J. W. Faster.

ed to be an honest event. At WGA members have invited Feb. 19 In Clay Electric hall. head secretary for the Western School. Melrose athletic tied for fourth place.

least no one was seen sawing ladles from five area clubs to Mrs. Donna Druell gave a visual Division of John Deere Farm director Bill Black has rescheduled WOMAN'S CLUB
Hi. fans. bit
sports .here's
down limbs or throwing a ball participate in their Guest Dayon demonstration of how to of information I'm. glad to a a No. 4 bream hook. How's that Equipment Co. In Los Angeles the day for Saturday Members of the Melrose Wom

across the sand traps. Thursday. Ladles will be select frame and hang: pictures. on for what It's worth. As pas' sound to all :you artificial bait CaHf. '_ 'Match 1 at 9:00: a.m. This is an's Club enjoyed a concert by
Twenty-five couples partici-- cpmlng from Hawthorne Ironwood you enthusiasts? The bridegroom graduated for fathers and any other interested

pated in the tournament and (Gainesville), Wllllston, Copies of the Clay County Extension bad.know most when people the don't weathergets fish because Saturday I did a little fishing from the University of Florida. men who will help !Continued On Next Page I

enjoyed the social hour and Green Cove Springs, and Cecil Constitution and By. with Joyce Barton who has just where he was a member of Coach Black with work of the

dinner which followed. Field (Jacksonville) for the' laws. as passed at the council they But after think th' fish quit been employed by Martin Sigma Phi Epsilon and Is con playground. He plans to weld
biting. read what
Tournament Chairman Bob tournament and luncheon. e l,,
Hayes awarded silver merchandise The regular monthly business* TJI billed: : to ta.l1: : m"j PI!!nf'f- happened last mind.It Tuesday. you'llChange : Slim's) and her husband. Pet?, !>er.se In Washington. D. C., some badly needed playgl'oundequPlm.nt.

to the following winners: meeting and luncheon of the The following important dates your but we had bad luck. In: fact. He served In this capacity for 'We certainly hope RETURNSI'repared
was a rotten day foggy,
Lois Walker and Huntley Red. WGA will be held at the club on, were announced: Feb. 27, Safe dreary and with a low temperature the only spec we caught broke some time In Vietnam. that the fathers and the weather .

fern. first low net: Pansy andT. Thursday March 6. All members ty Seminar in St. Augustine. of around 33 degrees. my fibre glass pole. My. what The bride and groom are now cooperates this time. By

J. Hawes. second low net; are encouraged to attend. from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. featuring Otis Melton and I had big fish we catchl tt home in Fall's Church. Va. Mrs. James third class at

Fran Ch.es.;lngton and Wally The ladies will sponsor a des. information on drug with Griffin an appointment to- Before I close let me remind after a week's wedding trip Mclrose Elementary School hada WM. J. DERAIODV

Muhlhofer third low net: and sert card party at the club. abuse poisons and other dangerous have him Roy for the :you ,that the specs should be spent at Elbow Key In too field trip last week. They
guide us day.
Miriam Cantrell and Bob Hayes. house on Friday, March 14. Do chemicals. March 5, bedding good now (they were Bahamas. went to Gainesville and toured Recreation C nterKeyo.tone
but hnd to call it off due to sick-
low gross. nations will be $1 per person. Spring Tour at the yarn factoryin ne&s in Otis' family Well. Roy supposed to go on last week- .- ._ -- the Maas Brothers store. They
Gift certificates were awarded PJea.se make reservations with : Green Cove Springs followed and talked with lora end); and bass season Is reported also got a chance to ride on : eights
came by me
to the following teams: Voncile President Mildred Sutton at by a tour of Gustaffson's\ Dairy. while and left about 8:30.: Ho to be at its peak with dren. of Gainesville spent last the escalator that Is located in I'hone 17.1: 4500;

Ketch and Joe Petrock. 4734211. The public Is invitedto Members are asked to bring a had four of Including shiners now all across the week with the Jack Millers. the shopping/ Mali Mrs Lillian: -
on suits clothes.
fourth low net: Ed Dwyer and attend. lunch. The tour will start at the two rain suits and said state. So we'd better all get Sunday guests at the !Miller Stuvdlvant accompanied the

Kitty Martin fifth! low net: and HERE N' THERE extension office in Green Cova he still froze after them Goodbye: and home were Mr. and Mrs. Basil group.
nearly crossing
Kathy Redtearn and Don Shack- We are glad to see that Mrs. Springs at 10 am. the lake going fishing for shin- good luckitkfflAiiEA' Hill of Gainesville and the Mao The Junior Girl Scouts held a.

- leford sixth low net. Hector Ownbey is home from Due to the Illness of council ners to use the next day. McGowan family of Jackson- Valentine Dance Friday nhtat KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

Plans are being coordinatedfor Bradford County Hospital. Her agent, Mrs. Druell. the Begin- don't know how shiners ville. The Millers and Susan the Parish House. The girls
the Sixth Annual Ladles Invitational husband reports that she is feeling .. ners Sewing Class has been many Finn went to the Barge Canal had decorated in a lovely valentine -
he caught but I know he lost
Golf Tournament to much better. postponed Indefinitely. Mrs. some of them to fish. When he i iLake Dam on Saturday and did acme, motif and the refreshment .

be held March 10-12 at the local Miss Emma Kate Mansfield Dazey has extended an invitation came back by my house around catfishing.Mr. table was covered with a
returned from Alachua General who wish valentine decorated tablecloth.
i for all members
:3 o'clock he had a string of fish
On Monday. March 10. a Pro- Hospital; on Tuesday. She is feeling to do so. to meet at her home that made me sick. He had 9 ( Santa Fe) and Mrs. Harvey Heartof Valentine punch caoktes andsandwiches

Lady Tournament will be held :! much better and will returnto for an informal sewing session. bass. Including one that weighed By: Michael H. Chilly Bloomington :HI. arc spending were served during DIRECTORYRABY'S

: with teams consisting of a pro the school library this week. It interested cntact Mrs. Daz 11 pounds 3 ounces; an 8- Ph. 475-2171 this week at Griffin's Lodge. the evening.
.' Col. and Mrs. Donald Trau- or Mrs. Gual1anl1a. Joan Miller celebrated her Those attending were Vicki
and three amateurs.On ey. Mrs. Egan, pounder and a 6-pounder plus
Tuesday. March 11. the tw in. of San Antonio, Texas flSsss. nrrrrssnrsrp birthday on Saturday Feb. 22. Tlson: and Matt Stinson Gay AUTO
2 jackflsh. Now that ought to
first round of the Invitationalwill are guests of Col. and Mrs. Jim Leaders Training session will prove that you don't have to Mrs. H. A. Holbrook 1 Is visit-.' Singleton and Leon Duncan.

take place. consisting of 18 Chessington .this week. Their be held at the extension office wait for fair weather to catch We would like to extend a be. ing her daughter. Betty Griffin Debbie Box and Ricky Tittle SERVICE

holes medal play. There will daughter Terri is a sophomoreat on March 4 at 10 a.m. fish! lated birthday greeting to Mrs. and family. Teresa Gabaardi and David

be shot-gun starts at 9 a.m. the University of Florida. Hostesses for coffee and Ida Whitehead who was 81 on Chamblce, Helen Mlnton and Complete Auto RepairsAir
Last Sunday Roy guided Jack Monday night, Otis Melton.my .
She has been over for several Ison February 24. Happy birthday I Gamber Cathy Poppell Conditioning Repairs
and 1:30: p.m. This will be the snacks were Mrs. Emily Farmer of Clarksvllle Tenn., mother and I went to visit Bart ,
short visits with her parents and Paul Lee and Greg Strand- and Ross, Diana Cope- Transmission
qualifying round to determinethe and Mrs. Ruby Coppack. who is visiting his soninlawand aunt. Mrs. Corlne Hudson. Bryan & Automatic
contestants flight for Wed- the Chesslngtons. this week. daughter ( a teacher in berg, of Jacksonville were visiting my who to still in Alachua General land and Danny Sapp. Service
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Jo Strandberg last chaperoned by
nesday's play.Additional Keystone Heights school) and< Hospital but hoping to return They were PHONE 473.4404
details concerning Mrs. Aughtry Vance had to return PERSONALSMr. Saturday and Dr. and Mrs. their l lAders. Mrs. Dock Tison
they caught one 9',4 pounderand Her husband. Alfred
the tournament will be announ- to Alachua General! Hospital and Mrs. Olen Allenhousa 7 or 8 smaller bass. .They Steve Mclntire of :Fitzgerald.Ga. home. was soon.scheduled to enter the and Mrs. Bill Singleton. Little Lake Bedford
for surgery this week. and Homer AUenhouse of Leech- were guests on Sunday. The Melrose HomemakersClub
went out again Wednesday andcaught VA Hospital on March 24 for
Dr. Pauline Garber of Ohio burg. Pa. have spent the winter Len. Linda and Tammy' will hold it's regular BUILDING MATERIAL
8 bass (one six pounds), Wednesday night our
was a weekend guest of her visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Swearingen of Jacksonville HARDWARE
and a. jackflsh; and on Friday family visited our uncle James
; brother and sister-in-law Mr. Allenhouse of Keystone Heights.. spent the weekend with his parents -
10 1-4 lb. basil who Is In
they caught a Sullivan, of Wllllston.
EARTH MOVING and Mrs. :Ty Garber. On Sundayevening Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green of Fred and Vera Swearing- BROOKLYN
Garber and seven others from 2 Ibs. up. the hospital with an ulcer. Sun. (!1b\\r )iIRIiCTORY
Mr. and Mrs. Oil City. Pa. have been visiting
CALL hosted a. dinner party for their Mrs. Green's uncle Clarence On Saturday Roy and Jerry en.Mrs.. Helen Walker of Jack- day night supper guests of David the ((11 SUPPLY HOUSELumber
Redmond caught 14 bass the Ohittys were Mary and
0'-1 Guests Included Mrs. Green stricken sonville the weekend with
guest. was spent
Snipe. Mr. Builder'sHardware
Plywood -
largest weighing 8'/4 lbs. Sunday Stegall and children of Wlllls
B-g Chief HeavyConstruct"on Bess Grosbcrg. Mrs. Mary' 111 and has been a patient for Roy and Mr. Redmond and Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carptentcr. ton. and Anita Williamson of Roofing Sheetrock
Carew. Mrs. Gather Queen Mr. time In Alachua General.. visitors of the Carpen- BAPTIST
Inc. some; party caught 4 bass and lost 8 Thursday Starke. Paneling Paints Insulation
and Mrs. Frank Ottinger and He Js back now. but confined at ters were Frank Schumbert of Tools Electrical' & Plumbing
10 more. They were striking
or First Sun
I'alatka 323-7476 John Sullivan. Church,
and Mrs.
Mr. the home of Mr. Snipe. Jacksonville and Emory Tannerof
but hard to land. Supplies.
Stephenson and Henry convalescing good Now. for change day School. 945 ajn. Worship
Lee Mrs. Alice Sipa is Keystone Heights.Col. a of pace Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
Maldron. of Greensboro N. C. In the Gainesville Extended and Mrs. Charles Strom. Lceon has been doing a little 11 .a.m., 7:30: p.m. Training Union

I Care Nursing Home where she Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callahan. star-gazing lately, and here lathe 6:30: p.m. Nursery open

Is undergoing therapy treatment.are and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bro- result: all services. Rev. Lawrence CONCRETE PRODUCTS

shear of Orlando spent the Oarrol pastor.CATHOLIC .

weekend with the Doyle James LEEON'S CORNER FORCONCRETE

family. "The Stars" PRODUCTS
visiting Lee's sister-in-law.' The stars pop out In the sky St. William's, Keystone: Sunday \ CALL OR SEE

Mrs. Les Stephenson this! week. Mrs. T. L. Norwood has returned At dusk each crystal clear' Mass. 9 a.m. Wednesday Edward's

On Saturday evening Mrs. from Moneta, Va. where night. Mass and Novena 7 p.m. Building

Stephenson entertained friends cite visited her sister, Mrs. Al- They: work their beautiful pat. COMMUNITY CHURCH Supply, Inc.
with a cook-out. Guests IncludedMr. ma Jones who Is
ill. On the terns Sunday School 9:40: () a.m. 728 S. MAIN 372-4844
and Mrs. Jim Zowarka Mr. trip Mrs. As shine
up Norwood was they so bright. Morning Worship 11. Youth Fellowship Gainesville Florida
and '(Mrs. Dutch Henries, Mr. snowed in at the airport In At- They come out and play. peek.
(all teenagers) 7 p.m"Pascal
and Mrs. Robert Jackson Mr. lanta for a while after having a-boo

Walk When You and Mrs. Everett Fox. Mrs. J. Roy Griffin and son. Alan. to circle a long time before being As they twinkle to nice and' Carr director. Holy Com NURSERY

Why Bat Us and Jim Fox. with string of bass. that Roy able to land. gay. munion. 1st Sunday each quar-

Mrs. Wallie Muhlhofer has returned caught Tuesday. Sympathy J la extended to Mrs. It almost makes you sad ter. Wednesday Prayer Service. O.C. Carnes Nursery

from a visit with family' Barnhill's Resort also reported Emory Sullivan and family In To see the breaking of day. 7:30: p.m. Rev. Leon F. Mil-

Can Write? Check With Us! and friends In Chicago. a good week of fishing despite the loss of her fattier Mr. It's a wonder to behold.To Her, pastor.EPISCOPAL. Plants Nursery Fruit" Trees Stock Evergreens -

Lt. Bruce PrevaIl was home the weather. Bob Miller of Byrne. Her mother and father see the stars that fill the
Plants tt Con-
for a weekend visit with his Fort Lauderdale caught 32 were visiting them here when space. St. Anne's: Holy Communion Landscape
. driving around to bills parents. Mr. and Mrs. Myron His 13-year-old son Raymond he died tainers.
End walking, : pay specs. suddenly. The SuUivans You know It took a miracleTo 8 a.m. each Sunday. 1st Sunday

"Write" your money the safe, quick and easy way. Prevatt of Lake Brooklyn.We caught a large bass!! and have just returned home from hang all those stars in Holy Communion. 8 am. and ,CAMELLIAS AZALEAS
Hwy. 100 Florahome C59-21S5
. Open a checking$ account with us. You'll enjoy were sorry to learn that 18 ispecs: ranging from 1 to 2V4 New Jersey where her father place. 9:30: a.m. 2nd. 3rd. and 4th Sundays -
Mrs. Henry Schuber's mother pounds. Others catching fish in- was buried. They help to guide the sailors Let Us Do Tour Landsciplur
too.KEYSTONE. 9:30
added prestige, Morning Prayer : a.m.
., passed away on Friday. Mrs. cluded Alton Dasher 37 specs: Congratulations are extendedto At night while they travel their Evening
Schuber flew to New York to Gloria Rodd and Prayer Sunday 7 p.m.
Iris Valentine Danny and Sue Lutgen on way.And USED CARS
i attend the funeral last week. Jean Stanley. 40 specs: ; and Ted the birth of a eon last Saturday that great big star called Holy Days announced. Will-

STATE BANKMember On Friday evening the Keystone Sands; 12 specs. George Hill .a morning. Also to ETCS and the SunHelped lam I. Jones Vicar. Hanks Used Cars

Lions Club held a dinner guide at Barnhill's, caught 9 Mrs. Don Thorn on the birth of guide their travel by LUTHERAN

F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. honoring Mr. and Mrs. HuntleyRedlearn bass and :23 specs. daughter. Betty Louise OqFeb. day. Divine Worship. 11 ajn. SUn- BIG CASH DISCOUNT

I' Jr., at the Fire De Slim's FI&I'N Stuff reported 19. Mrs. Thorn. the former It sometimes, makes me wonder day. Holy Communion 2nd Sun TERMSBUY

Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly partment. :Mr. and :Mrs. Red- a rather unusual catch that. la Nell Dyal. to a native of Brad- As I sit and gaze at the stars. da,.. Services each Sunday atst. SELL TRADERT.

, Community.** fearn were presented with a bad for the tackle business. ford County and a former nurse Is It possible that some dayWe'll ; Anne's Episcopal Church. _

gift as a remembrance of the Mrs. E. A. Vaughn caught 12 at Bradford County Hospital. send people to live on William Wise Vicar.TELEGRAPH 1. BOX 99

.... occasion: 3-4 lb. bass on live worms and MM. Carolyn Kelly and chil-! Man Hwy. 100. 8 Mites S. SUffc*

f Fe:b. 27, 1969 Page 13'KEYSTONE


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MELROSE Junior Women Need Shrubbery Science Fair FFA Charolais-Sl orthorn Steeti

To Be Enter d' In'GainesVille SKow]

To Beautify Middle School ThursdayAnd \' You Vie An AndivwH Charge

[From Proceeding Pace .Jimmy Wilkinson, a senior Bradford, and Union Counties. Account .._sfl--- .

accompanied bYbI.s Plants peat moss and money Pittospoirum IFoblna i SC(var.) 18-21" Friday IFFA Chapter member Is pictured Richard. Sapp FFA reporter Your Prescription Tax Records

Jack mother Janes:Mrs. Florence Jan are needed by the Starke Jr. 5 qt. can $1.25; 72 QPlttosporumToblr with the Charolals-Short- says that the two local chapters are Kept For You By Us
semimonthly Woman's Club to help with their (green), 18-24", 5 qt. The Bradford High School horn cross steer he
at the regular
es,,meeting Wednesday.In current project beautification can. $1.25: 48 'Privet (var.). 18- Science Fair, sponsored by Science the Greater Gainesville Area local, citizens or businesses In Andrews DrugsFor

other business, the members end landscaping of Bradford 24". gallon can $1.55; Club of BHS, will be .pen Steer Show: and Sale on March. the sale of the chapter: .steer.
voted to put an addition on Middle School.Landeoapping. 20 Uguistrum. Fraserll. 4'-8' to the public this: Thursday and B. Fast Delivery Dial. 964-7170

to. the present Club House. Thia'' plans, noting B&B. $6.25; 11 Pyracantha Coo Friday from 9 a.m. until p.m. Jimmy has been working with 9tn
will Involve a gigantic fundraising :type 'and -quantity of plants clnea (red :berry trees). 01'-8'. in the Pratt Street recreation his steer about eight months :OS

project. The Club plans needed, have been submitted to B&B, $2.50; building. and has Invested around $400 In

to solicit contributions from the club by D. M. Bramlett of 13 Italian Cyress 4'-6', B&B, The exhibits, entered by stu- the project. '

members and friends. Florida State Prison. $7.50; 240 Junipema Conferta. dents In '&11 science courses at In 'dditlon to Jimmy eleven DOWLINGPRODUCE

Hostesses for the meeting Starke Utilities Supt. .bas. volunteered 118-24", gallon can, $1.10; :52 1.1su BHS, will cover many ''areas of other FFA and 4-H Club members 6fi6'

were Mrs. Henry Brltton. (Mrs. to go to donors homes .trum Lucidum, 18-24", gallon science, including zoology, botany : will participate In the March .

Steve Sashoff, Mrs. Robert and remove plants Also assisting can, $1.; and 33 Palm Tree 6-8'. physics, chemistry, and : 6 event. There will be about NAIIIETV.5.301SOUTH(

Clare, and Mrs. John Brennan. with the project wil be \student B&B, $10.Persona. many others, according to DoyleD. ; 70 participants from Alachua,
volunteers and members : who wish to assist Crews. Science Club histor COWEN'SNURSERY
MELROSE ACTION of Girl Scout Troop &14. should contact Mre. Duane Dykes ian.

COMMITTEE Plants needed their sizes 964-5591: Mrs. Bill Cham
Carey Ferrell Putnam County % types of containers and ;prices :hers 964-7964: or Mrs. Richard HOW OPEN LARGE FARM

School Superintendent will per plant are .as follows: 60 Jockel. 804-7634.
be the guest speaker at the regular Brothers Charged, LAKE BUTLERSPECIAL FRESH EGGS -
monthly meeting of the -

Melrose Action Committee.Mr. 'Free' Prize and his friends. With Assault JO JO'STAVERN -

Terrell will explain the The Better Business Divisionof
(Two brothers. from Brooker
need for a bond election In the chamber reports having 1 GAL. TEMPLE
Dinner Ware- were bound over to Circuit
Putnam County. The Putnam received complaints from persons
Court Monday by. County Judge
County School Board is currently Who have been subjectedto ORANGES
making plans for the bond Not So FreeThe such pressure tactics duringthe aggravated Yawn assault.on charges of 1 GAL. SIZEAzaleas

issue. past week.Board 122 E. CALL ST. 35c Up
This election will :Involve all Clyde Hogan McRae .and William
Better Business Division Robert McRae waived rightto PINK
In Putnam Ladies Welcome
property owners
Starke-Bradford County ORNAMENTALPLANTS(
County. Mr. Ferrell will explain! of the preliminary hearing and bond

the effect on taxes. All residents Chamber of Commerce warns Member 'Was set to $1,000 for each. GRAPEFRUIT -
that telephone calls are being Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish
In the area are Invited to In TallahasseeFor New Ownerslvp
received In the area from an Weekdays
attend this meeting.Be said the men got Into an argument Open
sure to attend and .hear all Orlando based firm advisingthat Bid Letting at Brooker and later signed After 5 P.M.

the Issues before making a de- local persons have been complaints of assault against YOUR HOSTS: All Day Saturday DOUSED .
selected to receive a prize of a of the Board
Many things are neededin Several members each other. JOHN & RUBY Sunday Afternoons
the Putnam County School 16-piece" dinner ware set "for of County Commissioners: were .
free. morning -
system and this means money. In Tallahassee this -
education This isSimply\ a "come-on (Thursday) for the .opening of
We all want the best
children. With gimmick" warns the bureau. bids on approximately 4V miles
possible for our
out additional construction Put Nothing :is! being given away of the Santa Fe Lake Road at '

nam County may .soon have without strings.selected to receivethe .10 a.m. Information as to the II D--=
overcrowding In the schools. person successful bidder was not avail
so-called "free prize" is told
The meeting will be February that he must answer only one able at press time. __-- == L .
27 at 7:30: p.m. in the Parish
House. question-such as name the five The road begins at ,a point

4-n largest populated cities In along SR 21, about midway
Florida. When the answer isgiven. New Innersprings VACUUM cleaners re-
Plans are underway to starta between Keystone Heights and
the person is then con- CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop cond.tioncd $15 up. -different George E. LaRue
the peopleof Melrose and runs to Santa Fe
4-H Club for young __ NEW AND USED __
Melrose. -f, gratulated and told the that In dinner addition Lake where<' It forms a, "T". Up to 15 words ____.- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES.P ARTS4SERVICE I I name brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

This club is for boys and girls to winning The right hand fork extends (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 Shallow Parts & excellent repairs all lire Homeowner
ware (which will be delivered to Deep & Wells makes. KIRBY SALES &
from 10 through 19. Any. along the lake and then comes
one who ages Is Interested in Joining tier home) .he or she, has also
the club. please contact George won a "free" roast beef dinner Expert Service On villa 3767110. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692
at 475-2065. to which four or five other couples It had been estimated that Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All 'Makes
R. DeValencla may be invited. the project would cost around paid In advance ___. .35 Upholstered & Refinished DIP YOU KNOW It':; easy. to
10 -
There must be at least people Plumbing Service
What's the gimmick? The use MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke own M Longchamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage
Interested In joining before $185,000, and is the only secondary Phone 964-7061
Club can be set up. Anyone of one's home for demonstration road project on Bradford Memorials, Resolutions Agent Bettor built for FJjrJda living parents age over 21. Starting
a the win- DURRANCE Yow pay $295 month, promotion opportunities -
purposes whereby PUMP plan or ours
who lives in this area is Invited County list for the current fiscal HASTINGS MATTRESS
ner and friends are exposed to 7 cent. per word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu and regular increases -
.to join. high pressure sales tacts to ford Mitchell phone C64- In pay. 8 hour day 5

Mr. DeValencla hopes according to divide to buy the company's products. If CARDS OF THANKS 710 Lemon St. Falatka 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke.tf day week, sick leave vacations(

age and the will group need at least one tie the winner"free"Is prize In for is a high accepted pressure -, ;11:1:1m11;::; ;;;;1; .;11;S ;1; ..;111M11;; ; ;1mm1111111111111 SO word. or less --_- 3.CO RBD1.TCED"RATES INSURANCEAT 0> state please> retirement.apply In person If. Interested Personnel

other adult to help with the sales program that might AUTO FIRE BOAT Manager, Sunland Training Center -

;young people. prove embarraslng to (himself I Each word over 50 _. .07 MARY DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville, Fla.

INSURANCE AGENCY SUN SPORTS An equal opportunity employer. -



Except Saturday 8 12 NoonHILL'S part time or full time. You Starke Ph. 6645791SPECIAL AGENCYFor
can make $10 and up a day. No
1969 All Your
GARAGEKeystone PAINTS experience necessary. Must have
Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Heights use of car. Prone 752-2650. Write 551 IP Evlnrude Selectramatlc,
10() A.M. TO 3 P.M. ..\T. Telephone 473-4165 Una Douberly, Box 3001 E. Du- in
102 I-;. I! all controls it 2 tanks S8 9. Mobile Home InsurancePh.
val Columbia Motel Lake City.

Mitchell's Drug Store "Car Insurance dae' THE KEY TO Fla. 4tp 227Mobile Starke 964-6818
NEW ...
... I
127 E. CALL ST. STARKE. FL.\. I'll Set you --. -- Q' Gracious Livingf : --.-....-..1.in'e'....... .e...w1'T-a. 'J EUNICE NURSERY WANTED: Used Wrlnger-Waeh-
Will cash take In
the Town House er. pay or
Pansy, petunia, blueberry
SERVICE IATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES Insurance: tatae APARTMENTS Do-It-Yourself Homes I plant!! Pecan pear and plum trade on anything. DAHMER'S

from the world's largestcar I NEW and USED trees. Ornamental shrubs. 2 964-7923. tf-chg

FREE Sell or Rent miles N. Lawtey on 301 turn
Insurance comPaD1.Le&'a !
8-10-12' Wide WILL BUY: Used Appliances
WITHOUT OBLIGATION i FurnishedII. at sign.! Phone 782-3465. tfchg
HEARING TEST taJJr.1" Unfurnished SEAMLESSFLOORING Good Quality !Furniture, TV's. Stereos, anything .

Reasonably Priced
Phones Gainesville 378-2785 BIC PENS. Ball Point Refills.
rrper' Notebook Filler -
NO WIRES, CORDS, OR EAR MOLDS 964-0853 964-6760 Serviced, Guaranteed and uradfoH: county Telegraph.. I Bradford County Tele-

ALSO A HEARING AID THAT WILL Delivered in Starke Area
N. Walnut Street
lIT NO EXTRA COST: WANTED Experienced maintenance
PHONE 964-5391 FOR RENT: TV sets baby WE MAKE man to do general machine graph.The
ONLY $4.81 PER YEAR BATTERY COST beds, elec. guitars, amplifiers, US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th and electrical mainten- Rancher
Gainesville 378-2785
IF YOU CAN'T COME IN refrigerators: day or week. DA KEYS ance. Some machine shop ex- ,

HMER'S, 9647923. tf-chg pe-ience prefered. Apply Owen Inc.
CALL 964-7810. FOR HOME DEMONSTRATION A FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick
Joist, Hlway 100 A east or P.O.
NO OBLIGATION TRAILER LOTS home, central heat and air condition Y'ALL COME TO
''' .UUfOCStale \ I Bx 1000. Starke. 2tchg 3-6
SPONSORED BY conveniently located un
Farm Mutual LAKE ACCESS I MEN WANTED -' Laundry furnished. $100 per month. 323 FOR RENT 3 bedroom house OURFIRST

Jacksonville Hearing Aid Service Automobile Insurance Company' $15 Down $15 Month I I workers. Kitchen aids labor- N. Walnut St. Inquire at premises unfurnished. Conveniently loca- STOCK

"**nrr TMThrt t"r J1"< 229 W. Adorn St. cksonvIU.! Fta. Up man, cooks and clerks ground- 864-6491. tfchg Reduction Sale

: : : : ::L: -Investment Properties- keeper, truck driver. Five FOR RENT' Furnished 2
:':-:-:':-:-::':':-:-:-:':-:-:-;: ':':' ':':':- :':-:- :
day week, eight hour day. bedroom cottage close Also BIG SAVINGSUP
-. ........ ........ ...-.. """"" -.. -. -. - - -. -.. S.E.McKAYRealtorAppraiser SEWING MACHINES In.
y. ................... ... Ctate retirement. vacations, Largest selections from ......% sick leave. If Interested please W. H. Nollman. tfchg %
choose. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco
; F Hts. 473-4816 apply In person Personnel
.Pt. -"'.;>, ,"," .-_ Keystone Manager. Sunland Training New Home & Universal. StereoConsole Lay-Away' 6th Street
I--: } :. P '> 4 Center. Gainesville. Fla. REPAIR ALL MAKES. UNCLAIMED: beautiful Stereo Near Livestock Market!

)),r'-.t f' INCOME TAX SERVICE An equal opportunity employer. National Sewing IJadlo Combination; 2 monthsold Gainesville, 376-4595
% :.... '" Short Forms $5 and tip. Town fully automatic Balance
:' 4 Finance Co., 221 N. Temple Ave. tfchg Machine Co. $68, or $9 monthly payments.
tfchg Must place In your area. Call
611 W. University Ave. 378.1355 : 1 ml. from Starke, corner SR100
WANTED Handy man. ApplyIn SEVERAL, GOOD USED AddIng Gainesville Credit Manager COLLECT, and 100A (west). Electricity,

4 person To-Rena Motel. tfchg Machines for sale aLso Jasksonville: 353-194S. ANY water, and sewage on the lot.

tries.; subtraction credit balance BRICK HOUSE for sale, "bet. TIME. Will deliver, no obligation. Verr.on: E. Olin, Lawtey, phone
) Bradford Telegraph
rTr : 7823664. tf
ter than 5tchg 3-27
4 oiled and adjusted in your tf new. 2 .bedrooms, 2-

+ home, 33.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs baths; carpeted; electric built- FOR SALE 1964 Dodge 4 dr. FOR RENT Just outside city

Did I..or didn't I 11 j' also. All work guaranteed. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE in range. Lot 100 x 135. 91.400 sedan; 2 tone 6 cyl.. alr-cond. limits on Hwy. 16. 12 wide, 2
equity; assume payments of $87
Excellent Reddish bedroom extra nice trailers. J.
4Did Dennis E. Cogglns Phone 431- ready for 3 bed- condition. Dolph

:: Do I..or don't I 11 1428. tfchg room 2 bath.occupancy.Located Just monthly.Phone 9646885.Total price $13,500.Up Phe\ Rt.964-7220"1 Box<' 18-A,2tohg3-Starke. B. White. 964-4114. tfcrg

outside of city limits In LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex-

Pinebreeze. Easy monthly FOR SALE 1968 Sport Craft WANTED StenoBookkeeper.Apply A-Tablets ONLY 98c at Mitchell

iller Brown terms. Longchamp Const Co. Bat:; and Trailer with 1964- In your own handwriting Drug. 4tp 3-6

Contact Bvfoid Mitchell, 63 h.p. Mercury motor In good to Owen.Joist Corp., P, O. Box
+ pone 964-8853. P U. Box running condition. Call 964-5047. 1000. Starke Fla. Itehg WANTED Couple to help on
238 Starke. ms 3tp 3-13 chicken farm. Hampton, on

\ I: FOR SALE 1965 Buick Wildcat Saxon Rd. Arch Prevatt.
1 Nine Acres Land Egg Power steering and brakes. 2tp 2-27
+ farm. House
furnished good -
Alrcondltloned heater and usual
mile of Limits
Volkswagen City near salary. Call J. R. Raulerson OLD GRD7FIS Trading Post for
accessories. Color-White
paved road. Priced less than
473-4456. Crystal Lake. A paying business 2V4
: Itchg sale. good
: New A Used $3,000.A. paint: and tires Good condition.
north of Starke. Wall
Sales Service J. Thomas, Realtor. FOR SALE-One upright pianoIn 1500. E. Odell Carlton Rt. 1 stocked. The reason for sellingIs
Telephone 964-5701 good condition: $100. R. E. Box 215, Ralford. Fla. Fla. State
for ill health. Having to re
I I I I.it. or didn't I 11 Do I have a receipt 4. 1MLNorthofTrMa11REDUCE ) .Lee Lawtey. Phone 7823619. lIp Prison, phone 431-1212 Ext. 345. tre.: Price is right. If interested

or don't I 11 When have a check GAINESVILLE 2tp35FOR
you .. SINGER AUTOMATIC No. 900 Retirement Special. call 964-7298 or 9647159.tfchg

ing account here your checkbook stubs CONSOLE MODEL Frame bungalow 5 rooms RENT2 bedroom furnished -

give you a quick record of expenditures; SEWING MACHINE. must placein bath, house on N. Water St. Would like to keep child 2 yrs.

canceled 4 : Safe and with your area. A-I shape, Zlg Nice fenced lot. Just $6.000. Contact Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour -
your checks automatically become fast old or older $3 day. Will keep
Zajs. makes! button holes, fancy 527 N. Walnut St. Up
GoBese tablets & E-Vap "water No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 cresclose by day or week. Ph. 964-5591.
quick-to-find receipts-holiday 4 designs: rews on buttons, appliques In.
pills. Andrews Rustic borne Modem
Drug Itchg
FOR RENT-Unfurnished. 3 bed
: etc. Sold
buying blessings! monograms
4 kitchen and fruit.
lot pd 3-27 -pecans
room house. Mrs. D. L.
new for over $300. MUST SACRIFICE S3 .5OO. Terms. MIMOSA MANOR
Start"checking" here NOWI! 4, POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Just pay balance $62, Strout Realty SUcoic. 331 Clark St. tfchg MOBILE HOME PARK

.. withstand weather- 20c each, or assume $8 monthly payments.Call Reg. Broker FOR ALL TYPES roofing and Bethel Road Starke Fla.

$2.25 doz. Special price on larger Credit Manager COLLECT 2117 N. Temple Ave. your roofing repairs, call 964- Lots for Rent Water Approved -

quantities. Bradford County Jacksonville' 353-1946 ANYTIME. Starke Fla. 7079. 4tp 3-20 sewer system, garbage

Telegraph. tf Will deliver, >no obligation. Ph. 9644609 pick-up, patios, ribbon driveways

5tohg 3.27 etepstone: walks large
IgRiDAit !. FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse NEAR LAKE SANTA FE atEulton. DRIVERS NEEDED flood lamp 'rat rear of park.

: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, cen- FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer, 7% acres beautiful Semi Drivers Experience help Garbage cans, mall boxes and
tral heat & air-conditioning. Corner lime ,and dolemite. Clean out ''wooded and fenced 680' frontage ful but not necessary (we will yard maintenance. On school

lot. Phone 964-5367.' tfohg and spreading service. We de on State Rd. 200( A. Owner J. J. train you). For local. and over bus and mall route. Underground:

liver. W. A. Prevatt 964-6818. Bennett. 4854 Rochdale Rd. the road driving. You can earn telephone service and electric
WOODMEN Of The World 4tp 3-6 .Jacki cnv1le.] 764-4153. 2tp 2-27 $3.50 per hour and up after service by Clay Electric. For

Member. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Opportunity unlimited offeredto short training For application Information call 964-7498 or 964-
Starke area. Guaranteed Income LAWN MOWER and small eles- WE'RE NEW, Poodle grooming, write: Nation Wide Safety Director .
'V One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group 4 above average. Call trical appliances repair. Wash supplies soon Registered Poo. 1525 W. Memorial Blvd., 6739. 3tehg 3-5

Gainesville Collect 372-5821. ,and polish your car, $6.95 up. die pups. Toys, $65 iIq). 521 Pratt, Lakeland Fla. 33801 or call 813- GN8, an kind Metal.

............................. Jim Arnold. 4tp 3-6 135 N. Temple. Phone< 964-5892 Starke. 4tchg 9-13 683-5975. 2tp 2-27 Cardboard. The TelqnpJa.w .

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