Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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January 22, 1970
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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After a work session Tues AppealsCourt City Power Usage '

day night with two School Board

members present, Supt. Tom
Casey gained consent to file

a letter of intent with the State '

Department of Education to car

ry out an experimental 30-day

summer program with a heavier Tops Engineers' i

academic load.. Sits
The extra session was held

Tuesday because there Is a

Feb. 1 deadline for submitting

to the State Department the Sitting in the new Bradford.;!

county's intention to further County Courthouse, the First 1969
pursue the program.: Board This is the county's Santa Fe land a Keystone Heights school dumps six District Court of Appeals heard Projections '

Members Charles Sawyer and fill on Jan. 13 as a school truck from barrels of refuse. oral arguments Monday in five
Seeber Goodman were present cases. '
along with Casey, Assistant It is the first time the Court

Supt. Connie Clark, and Cur has ever met in Bradford Coun Annual
riculum Coordinator FosterShl
Smith. ty. On the three judge panel Street Paving Funds

are Judges John T, Wigginton
Plans are to conduct a pilot
and Sam Specter with Judge
for the State Depart
Donald K. Carroll presiding..;!
ment of Education to extend the
school year from 180 days to A total of IS cases will be Switched To Repairs'
210 days. heard before the Court ends its

Cost of the program would be term here today (Thursday.Jan. States

$77,896 for 1,300 students, one- 22.) $5,700 budgeted for paving damaged In the recent freeze.
third of those In the county. Three of the five cases Mon two gravel streets has been With $3.000 already allocated

Students would attend on a voluntary day involved appeals by landowners transferred to paving maintenance to paving repairs the transfer Peak demand at the

basis and the tab for E. B. Hatcher. Wanda by the Starke City Council makes a total of $8,700 the Starke increased
the pilot program would be S-weetz ani: Doyle Polk versus to fight erosion of streets city will spend on repairing power plant

picked up by the state. Marlon County on awards made 12,000 linear feet of damaged 12 per cent in

Suggested starting date is July in condemnation suits for pro pavement listed by Utilities 1969, exceeding the usage

6 which would close the extra perty on US-301 south of Ocala.C. Supt. Oscar Davis. Repairing expected by engineers, the

term August 14. John Conglgllo served, at the existing streets will save City Council was told

The program would consist attorney for the appellants the city money in the long Tuesday when Reynolds,
of a regular instructional pro and Willard Ayres represented run, Davis told the Council
gram from kindergarten Marlon County.In Tuesday night. Smith, and Hills, con

through courses for credit on sSf s t- .-rfV"n another case Henry Sta- The paving of two gravel sulting engineers, presented '
T* ; __
a senior high school level. cijt gin1 > y ton, Daytona Beach, appealed: streets, Folk and Estelle in \ its annual report \

Courses would be offered In the terms of a divorce settle the Reno section, will be delayed Tuesday night."Comparing .

Starke, Lawtey, Brooker, and ment ma' 18 for Frances Robin- at least another year
Hampton.As V iJJ5 itf > >*rw >* the above with
by the Council's decision to
eon Staton. John M. Cain presented
explained by Clark and E .& && argument for the appel- go along with Davis recom the anticipated growth of load

Casey, the program would a- lent and Isham W. Adams for mendation. Work on the two we find that peak loads were
mount to a summer program gravel streets couldn't begin experienced in Iflfifl that were

with a beefed up academic pro the. In appellee. for at least six months, Davis not expected until H)70!) therepol.t
the last case Monday, New
gram. Biggest participation in ..... . .. .. pointed out, since the city presented by Govtfon: PriHlay. -
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past years in the summer pro is having to acquire 30 feet !' project manager, and
gram has been In the county's A. E. Brown Sr., who lives on SR-16 O'Neal Johns, the1 court heard of right-of-way on Folk and Marvin Wicker. "This: trend is
The thc hole. li was too muddy to drive his argument on a settlement made
swimming program. pro two miles of walked
west Starke. about
remove brush and trees. typical of the ln posed program would about double 50 yards to push his barrel of trash in car furtner- In connection with a logging Slated for the re-topping are cularly throughout; the State of
the summer enrollment in accident near Leesburg. Street feet "
Orange 2,700 ; Florida, the report: rends.
the county. The court took the appeals Blanding Street, 1.000 feet; In going over the report verbally

Board Member Seeber Good Garbage On The Increase under advisement.:: Butler Koad, 500 feet; Butler with the Council. Friday

man told Casey he is in favor Court, 450 feet; Myrtle Street, said the Utility System!' continues
450 feet; South Street, 300 to transfer
of the program.: Masonic Meeting over per

Bradford County residents, Telegraph is not a county operated In doing so. At Sampson Lake, I feet ft. ;and Lafayette Monroe St.Street 100, 200 ft""There's year into the general opera
Sawyer said be could see with probably some help from land fill. (Editor's Note: for Instance, a Umber com Tns; Bradford Lodge No. 33 ting fund: and nearly $100.000

advantages to the intensified outside the county, left 63,000 Trawick was quick to fill us pany was going to deed the F&AM will have its regular Gert Schmidt find but plenty feel more these we are can 'to (he Renewal and Replace

program, but said if he had cubic yards of garbage and in on that point) volunteer dump to the county, meeting Monday, Jan.. 26 at the worst, ,"we Davis told the Coun ment Fun'I after all o'her'! obligations
been making the final decision trash in five county land fills The county is searching for but the site was turned down 7:30: p.m. at the Masonic Lodge. Cert Schmidt cil. have been m?t. Th>

Tuesday night he'd have voted in I960, according to Sanitarian additional land to operate dumps by the State Department of The History of Masonary in The utilities director placed city utility tax alio funnels almost
no. Jack Trawick. in of the areas where Health because it borders iOOOO into
a $
some Florida will be given in a 'brief cost of topping the 12.000 feet per year operating
That is 8,500 cubic yards they have volunteered. But so creek which drains into Sampson -: taUc. / revenue.
at between $8,000 and $9,000.
"If I'd
holding the purse more than reached the dumps far there has been no success Lake. Will Address be Total RTOUS revenue of the
strings tonight you wouldn'thave Davis said bids should not
in the preceding year the sanitarian utility department: includin
sold me," he told Supt. asked before the SR-16 con
said.Trawick's. tractor arrives to begin work the electric water and sewer
sanitation and CC Banquet so there will be another firm systems, exceeded $000,000 la
The superintendent assured mosquito control program is to bid. J969.
the board members that the budgeted at $36,000 for 1969- Old Courthouse Councilman Jimmy Bowen placed:: nt about! $500,000.; Revenue

program will be deeply investigated 70 fiscal year. The county funds receives Gert II. W. Schmidt, president made the motion to ask bids In 10fi2 was about $100-
$1.12 in
by both school admin matching of the Jacksonville Area subject to the condition pn the 000.
istrators and faculty before a for each dollar the city and Chamber!: of Commerce, will be SH-1G contractor It passed The healihy nancal; picture
final decision is made. county put up. unanimously. Is termed mlslending In the
The five land the principal speaker at the annual
county operates
R.S&H report since most of tha
fills in Starke, Lawtey, Brooker dinner meeting of the
Hampton, and at Santa Fe Items For Sale Starke-Bradford County Chamber revenue comes from the produtclon -
an'J sale of electrical l
Vo-Tecfi Paving in Bradford County about two of Commerce. Thursday Williams

miles east of Keystone Heights Jan. 29 nt 7:30: p.m. at the power.
off SR-100. Sal: ke Golf & Country Club.A The power plant generated!
Okayed By State Garbage poured into the Before turning ihe old courthouse equipment! was turned over to the safe in the clcik's office, native of Ge.-many, and aFlori1a Myers To 23.402.noo: kilowatt of electricity
formerly led by thE In 1'Jfin.! Friday! said! In his ro-
Starke is covered to the Board of
dump every over County Judge T. A. Yawn at resident: for 30 years
day. The other land fills are Public Instruction the County the boarl's mid-month msjt'.ng: sheriff and tax collector, an Mr. Schmidt::: hat be-en active part on the electrical! power

Approval to spend $6,589 on covered every other day. Ona Commission will offer fir sale Monday morning. The judge antique'! desk, mlscsllaneous in chamber work for many Direct Fair paving around the Bradford- tour with Trawick last week wood shelving, seals: In the tem. Net Roneratlon! was placed
and removable : and will
equipment. decide the method:!, to be years. Ha: is a graduate of Cornell
Union Area VocationalTechnical three of the land fills, Starke furnl5h ngs. used to dispose of the ltms. courtroom, two large table: !: a University and moved to at 22.rm.200 KFH after plant

Center has been given by Santa Fe, and Hampton were Items preseently in the oil After the meeting the Ccm- 110-gallon fuel tank kitchen Florida In 1939. locating first Frank Williams was elected auxl1'lrur.age! of 733,700 was
the State Department of Education. visited. All three were in top cabinets, a-'justsble: shelves, subtmr'ed.:
old jail
courthouse and county mla lon toured the old court in Tampa. H9 later moved to : and John Mysrs was
and several circulating healers. president: condition for the wet weather plus some in the storazs: room house an'd'' > Jail to make certain:! Jacksonville: as! manager of the named general manager of ..heJ3radlol'J
(See Deed Received billed! s'reet 1'ghtinsr' consumed
with all trash covered. were
at the new courthcuie will b3 they tagged for sale every: item George: Washington Hotel, and Fair Associa
included in the first County
Originally receive!! the dead, '
) ) and
The Board! : BB8.noO KWH city
of construction of the vo- included In the sale. The Kem. of value. Even the! ; In : in 1947 Joined the staff of th> tion's annual meeting Jan. 15.
phase But there are also three"voluntary" prepared to tl-.e School Board'sspeclt1catlon3 usage fnoib'llp'l! ) was placed
rang from window ulr-canOlti- the old court room will be put Florida Tractor Corporation as
tech school the funds were cut land fills In the > when approved Purpose of the meeting::! wai at 1,342.033 KWH.
:ming units to kltchsn: cabinets.: on the block. sales manager. \\i\ has been
but Jan. 5 the School officers and directors
out, on to elect
county. Dumps at :New River, by the county will Those figures Indicate: less
A list compiled by County Other Items! to be disposed; ofPfnend active community lear:!:
Board asked they be restored. an for 1970 and to make preliminary
and Lake BPI. It '
Speedville, Sampson Crecfi of all the transfer title' to the than 6'ii per cent of the net
Clerk Inman steel flllnj cabinets. since.In .
ever BradfirJ
have been "created by the people had been sent to Judgs Yawn, plans for the power generated! was unaccounted -
Supt. Tom Casey Informed ," Trawick says. They are by attorney 1961 he w3 appointed to County Fair and Strawbsrry:!
the county attarney for the report statss.a .
Board of the at
the approval Florida
the Board of Control of 1-4.
Tues not operated by the county sanitation George Pierce who represents Festival sot for April favorable!: cimpirlson with
work session
a special Institutions of higher learnin:
elected' unanimously
program, but Trawick the school board. Yawn Other officers, general utility expsrlonc2.! :
day night at which Board Members and launched $101 million!
does try to help out and cover the deed with a notation : a after a nominating The electric expsrlencfd -
and See- Fathers presented system
Charles Sawyer City Studying building! program for the university
G. T. Hug-
ber Goodman were present. the trash when conditions get it did not contain mention When the Board committee report by an 11 FT cent growth In
system. G. T.
too bad. of the appraisal value of gins, county agent, are: power produced far Ins 1'j
The dump just off SR-100 of Control became the Board of Hucglns: W. S. Haas, David
the property. fiscal yonr, the report states.
near Sampson Lake pictured Regent In 19B4. he was named Mac Baldwin, E. M.
Mothers March deeJi from the school
But the fact most stressed
in the Jan. 8 issue of The as Its! first vice chairman. Ho and Bobby Taylor;
Facilities 'board is a feed simple: document by Friday was the growth in
Over: State was alss: a member! : of the Government vice presidents; Miss Martha
All Day with a single mutually StuJy Commission, T. C. the plant's peak load.
condition. If th3 Sue McCain secretary; "At the rate of
January 25: agreeable pro present
Sunday, which brought about the consolidation
$1250 Damages perty is sold any funds in excess Jacksonville Hazen, Jr., treasurer. growth, the. peak load will be
asked because he wanted to ::: of andDuval
Don Board of directors for 1970 includes
Sponsored By City fathers and architect of $43,000 will go to the at full capacity if the big
In Car-Truck Morgan are in the process now know whether to plan on city County.At Robert E. Allen Mrs. 1,700 KW Worthington genera
Junior Woman's Club facilities or make other ar county. the dinner mealing, M. A. Bruner,
of studying other Florida towns Ervin Andrews Larry
Collision Here The commission: declined: : to tor is down for any length of
For :March of Dimes similar to Starke but which have rangements. Chairman Jimmy further :ilscuss: ths Oed.: Cnatr- (Mac) Baldwin Jr. will assume! Ralph,, Bryan, Warren Carver, time," thc electrical engineer

city hall complexes such as McKae said the city could foresee Ze-ra:! Hamilton said: thepolr.t leadership of the Chamber for Mrs. Je se! Chastaln, Doyle told the Council.Recommendations.
Annual Estimate property damage the one proposed here. no developments In that man Yawn had been 1970. succeeding :Mrs. Loyree Conner Oscar Davis, Mrs. J. for the
raised by
totaling $1.230 resulted last Fri Mayor! Carl Hurst, Councilman direction "In the near future"and before ths commission LaNier who directed: Its activities M. Edwarii Jr., Merrill! Grit- power plant in 1970 were con

Dinner Meeting day afternoon when: a truck Jimmy Bowen, and Morgan told Reames to proceed discussed: nt. in 1969. Other new officers fis, Z. W. Hamilton. R. M. Hsrsey. struction on SR-100 a buffer
and passenger car collided at made a trip to Quincy last with his alternate plan. and eettl3d! : by ureem to be Installed at this tlmo Jr., Carl Horton. Paul to protect the new power plant
Reames SR-16 "If It comes t t3 selling
Chamber of Commerce the intersection of E. Call and, week. Next Wednesday and said he feels are: B. F. Mizell, president: Hutchins. Mrs. Loyree LaNier, cooling tower from errant traffic
Redgrave Streets. Thursday, Jan. 28-29, Morgan residents deserve city services property, Hamilton! said: "The elect: H. II. Everett, vice pre W. E. Lawson. Curtlss Mar $1,500; repair to the five

and several council members as much as other areas. school boarJ: Is answerable to sident: Maxle- Carter Jr., vies lowe, J. M. Norman, Bryant older generators, $1,000, and
Thursday January 29 Debra Jane Fogg, of Starke, will go on an overnight trip Discussed going over city Insurance the taxpayers Just as we ars. present:: : and Dr. D. W. Whif- Red-'lsh. Art Schulz R. J. surge protection in case of

7:30: P.M.: driver of the passenger: car, to south Florida to study cities bids to find ways to Indications were the Com fen, treasurer.TractorTruck'. Shannon Dave Shuford Foster lightning at the power plant.
Starke Golf was entering E. Call Street such as Vero Beach, Mlramar, save money. That was suggested mission found the desd to baaccsptabl Smith and Allen Tarlton. The overhead distribution
,Shi ,
from Redgrave Si. She stated and Clewlston. by Engineer Marvin Wicker :?, but no action was system is adequate for the city'sneeds

And Country Club that she stopped at the intersection Quincy officials were most of Reynolds, Smith and Hills. taken on accepting It Monday. at present, Friday said.A .
cordial in their reception of City Clerk Merrill Edwards In other actions, the Commission different told
Send or call for reservations and saw the approaching has Stolen From story was by
already asked bids on renewing Trial Dales
truck, but that It had Its the Starke group, Mayor Hurst : engineer Marvin! Wicker on the
.Chamber blinker light on and she reported. He said he gained which the city's Insurance pro -Received: a letter and survey Owen Joist Plant Set For Jan. 26 water and sewerage systems.
thought it was turning into much from the trip and view gram expires in April. from the Governor's Highway Only 24 new water customers

Thin Contributed Redgrave St. She drove on into ing Qulncy's facUlties Into-Voted unanimously to enter Safety Commisslrn asking for A 1965 Ford tractor-truck was In County Court were added to the system in
Space a new
Morgan reported that Quincy consulting engineerIng Bradford When from the 1969 and only 14 new
Call St., but the truck continued data on: County. stolen Sunday night users
Weekly to Publlcbe'COlluaw : going straight and houses no priso >ers, having .Smith agreement and with Reynolds, a representative of the Safety:: fenced-in at tha Trial dates for 22 defendants were added to the sewerage
ty ErenU by struck the front left of the turned them all over to the ...Was told by Utilities Director Commission conies t) Stark: U Owen Joist steel plant sauth of were set by County Judg T. A. system, he noted. That is

passenger car. No injuries resulted county, and works mlsdemean- Oscar Davis that was agreed, a meetlny' to Include Starke. Also taken were various Yawn when the trial docket about average since the last

The Community from the accident but dor traffic offenses on the has been present In city sulphur drink- the Commission: Judge hand tools, a half-inch drill was sounded last week, and all expansion in 1964, Wicker said.

State Bank property damage to the passenger street. Ing water In recent weeks. A Yawn, Chief: Deputy Dolph Red motor, and a disc grinder (total 22 pleaded not guilty and; asked A large unaccounted for water
car was estimated at IA other action, the Council: stand-by well which has sulphur dish, and an cflir ol the estimated value, $100). for trials. loss of 30-35 per cent of the
-Told SR-16 resident Tommy Hl h.way Patrol will be called. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red The only exception was Catherine ,water pumped was reported.
AccoonU. now Insured $1.000 and $230 to the truck. in It had to be placed The loss is
Reames the city has no funds "apparently primarily
In use when packing two Agreed to award separate dsih said the truck was found Wilson who switched her
to $20,000 by The driver of the to extend sewer and water due to the fact that
up passenger
other wells failed, Davis said. contracts on maintenance of early Monday morning stuck plea to guilty to charges of :
Federal Depoait Insurance charged. with failure service further out than the the meter program Is not up
car was

-Discussed, but took no act- plumbing:' and heating and air1: in a ditch on Ash Street in exhibiting a dangerous weapon
Con to yield right of way, causing Old Lawtey Road, where they 'Rano. The tools were not re last July 29. She was fined $30. (Continued on PIce Four)
ill" N"t.-.o" reach now. Reames said he (CoDttnued on Page Pour) Continued on Pa. e Four)


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Duplicate Bridge Hospital AuxiliaryMet

To Winners NamedMr. :\ Monday NightThe
Of Interest .
------l\ general meeting! of the

and :Mrs. John D. Muss Bradford County Hospital Aux
sollne were! cast-west winnersat diary was held Monday nightin
_I the Starke Lupllata Badge; the Methodist Fellowship:
Club Tuesday night with a wr Hall.
score of 59, Mrs. Marie Dent During\ the business meeting
Glady. Moot/: Phone 964.7'08Woman's and Mrs. Lucille D&vle: were presided over by Mrs. J. w
second. with 52V4. There were Ritch, it was announced the
Club six tables In play. Auxiliary had presented another
.. St. Mark's Women safety bed to the hospital
Sees Sculpturing ;, Meet At Home North-south winners were for pediatrics.
>'" Curtis San'ers and Geoffrey Miss Florence Jennings, pro
DemonstrationMrs. Of Mrs. NoegelThe Wrcnshall with a score cf 53'4. gram chairman showed slides
!;:. Mrs J. D. Odom Jr. and Mrs. an4: gave a talk on the Salvation
John Haney, chairmanof l.". Women of St. Mark's Ida. Mae Shaw were second Army Camp on Lake Bedford
Pine Arts Department: of ; Episcopal Church, met Monday with 52tt. The Mussollnes\ were .
the Starke Woman's Club, pre night with Mrs. Jewell Noegelas overall winners During! the social! hour Mrs.
sented an interesting programon hostess. Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- The weekly tournaments are Olin! White and her committee
paper sculpturing at the wlllcgar Jr. presided. open to the public: and lesson- served refreshments to the 20
.club's regular meeting, Jan. 14. The 1970 budget was adopted review begins at 7:15: p.m. each Glenda Sue JoynerTo attending.
Articles ma-e:!' from paper Tuesday In the Pratt Street
and Mrs. George Wrinkler pre Wed Mr. Morgan HinsonAnnouncement
which: Mrs. Haney gave as pri sented the altar schdule for g, Recreation Center. The first Harrison-
zes at the close of the meeting, round of duplicate\ play smarts ToldMr.
the W. Kin-
new year. Mrs. J. "Mr. and Mrs. Neal P. Joyner
made a beautiful display. Mem- caid will send February birthday at 7:43.: Announce the engagement of
bers had the opportunity to and11'8.. Forrest J. Har-
cards to the children in s' Douvllle"and their daughter Glenda Sue, to
try their skill with a varietyof Daisy Cottage at Sunland Mr. and Mrs. R.W Leaton Union Morgan III son rison cf Jacksonville! announce
art paper. At the conclusion: son of Orange Park Merle the engagement and approachIng -
Training Center. A check is
of Mr.and Mrs. L. U. MorganJr.
of the meeting a gift was pre- sent to these children from the ',;" ." Grider of Fernandina and Mr. marriage of their! daughter,
sented to Mrs. Haney as a Women of St. Mark's every .. -< tI .' '" and Mrs. Kenneth Grider of Linda Ann, to Charles Priest:
token of appreciation.! month. i of Starke were Sunday dinner The brteelectII'UJ:! \ be a 1970 Hbwn: son cf Henry B. Hinson
Miss Della Rosenberg, president Parker-Smith guests of their parents, Mr. graduate of BHS. and the late Mrs. Hinson of
conducted the business Mrs. Terwlllegar thanked the and Mrs. R.H. Grider. Starke.
meeting. Mrs. Olin White, second Engagement Told following for their successfulsale :he Junior Woman's Club} Department of Conser Mr. Morgan is a 1967 graduate The wedding will take place
vice-president announced: of ads for the Bradford: nation, observed Arbor Day, Jan. 16, with the dona- Mrs. Helen Davis Brown attended of BHS and the National Atlanta.! April 3 at 7:30: p.m. In the
tentative plans for the May' Announcement Is made of the County Fair program: Mrs. tion of cedar tree to with landscaping the new the Confederate Ball and Railroad Institute in Parkview! Baptist; Church in
Mrs. Fred GlennJr. a help Midnight banquet and early Ha is now employed by Sea
Breakfast and asked! for volunteers engagement of Miss JaniS John Myers Jacksonville with n receptionin
., Mrs. Edward Wainwright, courthouse grounds. Present for the occasion were morning plantation breakfast board Coastline Railroad in
to assist. Plans for Maria: Parker daughter of Mr. the church fellowship hall
making and selling cook books' and Mrs. Carl A. Parker Jr. Mrs. Wllllpm Carter. Mrs. Edward 7. W. Hamilton, chairman of the County Commission Saturday night at Timuquana Palatka. All frien-s and relatives are
AS a club project were presented of Gainesville, to SA Michael Burns Mrs. Jullam Mc- Farm Forester A. L. Tarleton, Mrs. Glen Moore, and Country Club in Jacksonville. A July wedding is planned.: invited to attend.
and approved. Mrs- T. L. Monroe Smith, US Navy son Rae Mrs. Walter Rlchar'son: Mrs. John.Dempsey.
Casey Jr. and Mrs. Frank Wol- Of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smithof Mrs. Luclle Davis. Mrs. W. H.
Jre3: Jr. were approved for Starke. Johns, and Mrs. J. W. Kincald. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen SAT. SUN. DISCOUNTS
membership.: The bride-elect Is a. graduateof ''Sapp, Jacksonville announcethe THURS., FRI., ,
Refreshments were served Gainesville High School and Approximately $250 was real. birth of a daughter Kim-
from the tea table In the sunroom Is attending Santa Fe Junior ized from the recent "Flea berly Renee on Dec. 29 in r
with :Mrs. R. V. Turner College. She Is also employedat Market," Mrs. Herbert Thomas Memorial Hospital Jackson-
presiiinj:! at the sliver coffee the University of Florida. treasurer reported. ville. Paternal grandparentsare I.
Mrs. George Winkler will represent New ArrivalsMr. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp ,
service A potted orchid gracedthe Mr. Smith graduated from
of St. and grandparents are Mr.
the Women great
and smaller Santa
center table BHS in 1963 and attended
annual and Mrs. Tully Norman, all of
Mark's at the 127th
tables were used throughoutthe Junior College. He is
Fe pre and Mrs Gus Kopelousos STORK
the Diocese of Starke. DEPARTMENT
sunroom so the membersand sently In the U.S. Navy eta convention announce the birth of a i
guests could b sealed! during tioned aboard the USS' Hancock Florida, Jan. 23-25, at the in daughter Stephanie on Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Randall W, Davis -
the social hour.Gwendolyn :, Church of Good Shepherd 13 in St. Vincent's Hospital. announce the birth of a
Jacksonville.Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Jan 18 In Bradford
son on ,
the spiritual
Noegel gave and Mrs. George Kopelousosof
Garden ClubThe County Hospital.
program. Starke. TOOL

Starke Garden Club will
4 meet Monday at 3:30: pm. at
1t.t the home of Mrs. A. Russell
s rl: er
Members are asked to bringa
potted plant for discussion
t on horticulture judging at a

# flower show. DCrMTMCNT STOWS ?rNI -..

C s {
Mrs. WainwrightTo ARY

Present ConcertAt r g/G t! AtI

Coral Gables C

Mrs N.D. Wainwright, for-
merly of Starke, will presenta
"The Paradeof
JonesTo s American Music" at 4p.m., r
Feb. 1, at 303 Minorca Ave.,
Wed Mr. GillMr. Coral Gables.

I "Good News for .
and Mrs./Carl Jones announce The theme
All Nations," will be portrayedby
th's engagement of e

their daughter, Gwendolyn Car- American Mrs. Wainwright's Music History creative 1970. < I E& BRA

lene, to Barry Lynn Gill, son A proclamation from Gov. 3 for $1.68
H. Gill
of Mr. and Mrs. George Claude Kirk will be presented.Mrs. .
of West Mifflin Pa.
The weeding:! will! be announced Wainwright received national -
later. honors in 1969 from the Choose from a large assoit-
Miss Jones and her financeare American Society of Com- I SALE !
both vr d"ates ot Lake posers Authors and Publishers ment of sturdy long lasting
City Junior College, where he and the National Federation tr P
was enrolled In the Forest of Music Clubs honoredher tools, those pictured plus

Ranger School. service for to her others.creative work and FINE FASHIONS BEGIN WITH many, many more. All are a

Beta Sigma Phi She Is listed in "Who's Who FIRM FOUNDATIONS! must around the house.

of the National Federation of OPEN SUNDAYPLASTICS P.M.
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Music Clubs" and the Florida 1,
meet at the home of Mrs. Phillip Federation of Music Clubs, as
well other musical direct- BRAS
Clark in Keystone Club Es- as COTTON
ories. She is active in the First ,
tates on Monday Jan. 26, at 8
Baptist Church of Hollywood,
p.m.Mrs. and is the author of "The Mas-
T. J. will as
Tyre serve
ter Key." She composed the
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Mr. and Mrs. X.M. Smith iJ1 .
and daughter, Terri and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae S/Sgt. and Mrs. Willard W.
Wolfe visited her parents, Mr. and Wynn of Fort Bennlng.Ga.were
Ruby the weekend
in Pompano Beach.spent Mrs. A.M. Rummell in Tampa home for the weekend.Mr. l
over the weekend.
C.P. Arapa of Monroe, Conn and Mrs.Foster Shi Smith U. S. 301 North Phone 961.7500 .
is visiting his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mrs. Walla Lipsey visited F
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.J. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Tan- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shinier in STARKE FLORIDA
Griffin, and Mr. and Mrs. C.S. ner visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim St. Augustine Sunday afternoon. ,
Haddock for several weeks. Lewis in Perry on Sunday.
Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. Merritt Williams was in .: "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"TELLS
ford County Hospital this week Mrs. Pearl Colson of Green Jacksonville Wednesday visit-
include: William E. Stephens, Cove Springs was a Sundry ing Mr. and Mrs. Linton Tay h: "- IT -:.""" ......._....

Ralford; Mrs. Eleanor McKniff, overnight guest of Mrs. W.H.
Melrose; William L. Reynolds, Hart. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mary Carter Lends Tractor-Trailer J
Sr., Mrs. NealieRich,and Fitz- visited Mr. and Mrs. James I ALL !
hugh Easterly, Keystone Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Hayes Cooper in Chiefland on Sun- For Commercial Vehicle Driver Course
Heights; Leslie Crews Jr. and of Gainesville and Mr.and Mrs.
Mrs. Gladys Bennett, Lawtey, M.G. Hayes Brooker were day.Mr. Roger Skelton (left), instructor at the new Commercial q
Mrs. Thelma Clemons, Lake Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton : Vehicle Driver Training Course at the Brad

Butler; Mrs. Janice Hicks, E.W. Hayes. and daughter of Gainesvillewere ford-Union Vocational-Technical Center, confers with
Worthington Springs; Melvin A. weekend visitors of Mr. office of
V. Tillman safety engineer with the I
Summerlin, Mrs. Lois R. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Hayes of and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. George ..
Cullough, Frank Thomas, Mrs. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. State Treasurer And Insurance Commissioner, Talla
Carol Ann Hall and Mrs. Lila M.G. Hayes of Brooker were Among those attending the hassee. In the background is 1968 CMC tractor, and
Henry, Starke. Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Methodist Bishop's Convocationat 1969 Great Dane Trailer provided to the course fortraining

the Civic Auditorium on Sun Paint Co. of Tampa.
by i Mary Carter
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein-
Carl Ha rton is a surgery day afternoon were: Rev. De-
patient in Riverside Hospital. meyer and F.V. Herlong of Witt Farabee, Mrs. H.M. Ri- This is the second si -week8 period that Mary Carter
,Jacksonville, Mrs. Ruby SeLgs charde Mrs. H.H. Adams,Mrs. has made the tractor-trailer available to the course

Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Crawfordand of Palatka and Mrs. Corine Titus Olson, Mrs. E.K. Perry- without cost.Overweight. \
son of Crystal River were Purvis and son of Gainesvillewere man, Mrs. John Torode
visiting Mrs. Betty Crawfordand Sunday visitors of Mr. Charles Johns and Robert Sto- .
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- and Mrs. W.F. Herlong.Mr. ver. Members of the MYF attending Can Trigger High % ..:.::::::.:.... I
Rae on Sunday.Mr. were: Fayanne Fara- :::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:
and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- .':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:':':'.
bee, Sonny Loudon, Lee and . . .
Blood Pressure Heart Disease . . . .
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp willegar and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook Kim Rog- ( . . .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen George Winkler will be dele- ers, Jan Graudon, Darlene '.'::::.:::::::::::::::::::::
gates for St. Mark's Episcopal One-fifth to one-third of the work harder. It also increasesthe .':.:.:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:....
Sapp and family in Jacksonville, Hobbs, Vincent St.John, Beverly . . . . .
treated for blood . . . . .
Church at the 127th annual people high difficulty of pumping . . . . .
con- Struhk Joey Bakken Vicki . . . . .
on Sunday. . . . . .
pressure are also overweight blood . . . . .
vention of the Diocese of Flo- Mills and Dick Torode. according to an article in Nu- throught the veins, which .........................................

spent Mr. the and weekend:Mrs Tampa Wells of rida the, Jan.Good 23-25 Shepherd, at the in Church Jack- Mrs. Frank Weaver of Wil- trition Reviews, the monthly may .result Hypertension in an overburdenedheart. has a dif- .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
journal of the Nutrition Foun- fenent
effect on the although -
sonville. heart
with Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke liston was visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr. dation. the Increase in pres-
while attending the Whirlpool over
Miss Joyce Allen and Lex the weekend. The article quotes a recent sure and the slowing of the
Appliance demonstration.
Johns were Saturday dinner study of heart disease (which blood flow through the veins

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson guests of Mrs. Mildred Thriftin Glen Champion of Pittsburg, made periodic medical examinations similarly burdens the heart.

and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Law- Macclenny.Col. Kan. is houseguest of Mr. and for 12 years of)men that and the women risk Both conditions both the together volume load Increase THE SECRET

son spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Robert Henchen of Fort Mrs. Leo Champion. of developing hypertension is and increase the. risk of heart
times greater in people disease.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cash wayne, Inc. and Lt. Col. So- Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Smithof 20% overweight than in those
and family of Orlando were brino of Puerto Rico were Mon- Williston were weekend vis-
underweight at the time
visiting her parents, Sen. and day overnight guests of Col. itors of Mr. and Mrs. Marc were first examined. 3 Local Students

Mrs. Charley Johns, over the and Mrs. J.A. Griffin. Jackson. Men who gained weight while Make Dean's List OF STAYING vY
weekend. they were being followed in the !
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwardsof study had five times more hypertension At Lake City JC
Mrs. Sue Miles and Mrs. A.E. Mrs. George Roberts returned Meridian. Miss. and Mr. and than those who remained -
McKinney visited Mr. and Mrs. Sunday after undergoing Mrs. E.C. Dukes of Starke vis- at normal weight. A Three local students qualifiedfor
Billy Miles and family in Val- surgery in Riverside Hospital. ited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards gain in weight after age 25 the Dean's List for Fall I

dosta, Ga. on Sunday. in Jacksonville last Wednesday. was more apt to be associatedwith Semester 1969 at Lake City Junior
the development of hyper- College.]) Y
tension than if they were overweight They Include: Kathryn Cali-

1 at an earlier age. well. Ralford; Steve Lovelace Y
ALONE Hypertension can be modifiedin Brooker; and Reginald Nor
certain individuals by weight man; Lawtey.
reduction. This is more likelyto One hundred and forty students Great DealsIt
occur in obese women with qualified for this! honor

LUXURY QUILT TOP only mild hypertension when ,iby earninj: a graze':! paint average is our policy to give you the moste' possibly can for your transportation -
they follow a low-sodium diet. of 3.0 with no grades less dollar. In most cases we can compete in price with ordinary
At least one series of obese
than a C.
patients who had severe hyper- new cars.
tensive disease were not helpedby
SAVE $40 SET a reduction in weight. Apparently Great SelectionIt
weight loss is beneficial 1,235 Receive Chevrolet's
only If it is started early i is:,& our intention to maintain an inventory of new
/ enough in the course of the and Oldsmobiles so that we can deliver' out of stock. In the eventwe
Here '
hypertensive disease. Food ,I don't have your new dreamboat in stock "t' will mae't\ r>'

an Obesity Increase alone in can lead to Family food assistance' wentto effort to locate it for you in oxygen consumption '
requireing the heart to 1,235 persons Ini, Bradford
LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING Iff County in Novsmbsr: 1869. ac- Great ServiceIt
issued by
cording;:! to a report
.e the Atlanta office of the U. 3. is policy and intention fo Rite value for \alue and those: who are

I e Department of Agriculture's! not sat ry..d with our work: will do us' a favor by asking for (heir

or Food and Nutrition Service. back.
The report state that 1.942 money
FOAM RUBBER received family food
R.V. Turner and son, Brant- persons assistance In Clay County and: Great Trade-Ins

":c: Beautiful Gold Cover day ley,visiting were in Mr.Valdosta and Mrs.Ga.W.T.Sun 508 In Union County In Over 51 coun the We are fortunate to have an oceptionallt' good used car market in

Brinson and Roy Turner who Is state 240,159 persons 8.6 million! this area. For Ibis reason: we anable to pay top dollar for tradeinsand
Puff-Quilted Foam
to over
Regular in a nursing home. ties pounds of USDA donated foods because! they move out fast we can take !shorter profits-. and

through the family foci attribution still he compeditite with other dealers.
Mr. and Mrs. John
6995 95 week- program to supplementtheir
Knoxville, Term were
diet for better j
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. : I
R.V. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. The foods had a retail valueof
Each James Barron. over $3.1 million and Included j
Piece dairy products, canned and': I
Rhonda and Shan Edwards of dried fruits and vegetables, j IF WE WANT TO
i, Mattress or matching Box Spring Meridian, Miss spent last week canned meat or poultry grain I
Twin or Full Size with their grandparents, Mr. and cereal products! as wellas I
l .p Foam rubber sold in sets only and Mrs. E.C. Dukes, while other Items such as peanut: STAY NUMBER ONE

c Super King Size 199.95 Set their parents, Mr. and Mrs. butter and scrambled egg mix. I
Curtis Edwards, were in Jack- In addition, 1,925 parsons In
,, -+ rt Queen Size 149.95 SetGOLD sonville on business at the Holiday Orange County received food I WE HAVE TO HAVEA
41VE Inn. help through the Food and
v FIRM :Mrs. E.C. Dukes left Tues- Nutrition program. Service's Eligible families fooJ stamp received I 3

day for a week's visit with her $22,431 in bonus ccupons BETTER DEAL.
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. to boost their food buying
and Mrs. Hoyt Dukes and fam-
Light and cool completely non EATIEIEO VALUE ily in Boston, Mass. ;power.Both programs are administered I WE DO.
allergenIC Cljmatized never
Florida by the State
mildews or molds Extra 'firm Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thornton I ..ti.
Our linns! valu in over a half of Health and Re-
seating edge Never needs to be century of Quality Manufacturing of Gainesville, the former Gerri Department .'..
Services. .
turned Mooty, spent Wednesday to Sun- habilitation I Ial'l

Luxurious Floral Print Cover day in Miami with Mr. Thorn- II Bank Rate Financing Available, ;::.
ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
1-1 Puff-Quilted to Foam Robert Thornton.Bob left Tues- No Shortage Of Money For Car Deals :];

I ; Regular1'M day for four years' duty with '

the Navy. SALES DEPARTMENT HOURS! : Monday through Friday 8:00: () A.". >+,
95 "
7995 Mr, and Mrs. B.C Holtzen- Till 6:00: P.M. Saturday 8:00()( A.M.: Till ;5:00: P.M. :. :
59 dorf Jr. attended the funeral ANY TIME ANY DAY MY APPOINTMENT=" .,.
Each of her father P.D. Daniel in '
Piece Miami on Monday. SERVICE AND PARTS DEPARTMENT:': HOVRS: Monday through '

Friday 8:00 A.M.: Till 6:00 P.M.: Saturday S:00: A.M. Till 12:30:: .P.M., '
Mattress or matching Box Spring SERVICE SCHEDULE! Ask
{ ( Twin or Full Size CATHOLIC CHURCHES 1 Bank Americard Available f
a. ;a.C Foam rubber sold in sets onlyMalone's 4 C arley
ST. EDWARD'S.. ke: ,
._; 1 6 inch Twin Foam Rubber 119.95 Set Sunday MM*, 8:ja. and 'I '

6 inch Double Foam 139.95 Set ':U a.m.Monday. E. tAa HE MORE WE PUT YOU FIRST} }

Mass 8:30: a.m. ,
Super King Size Wednesday Macs, '1 A.Ass i| Johns a-
I 239.95 Set Saturday MM and Novena '
7 P.m. > About., This. Question. : p


Sunday Mass, 1 a.m. "1 hear the Charley E.I I
revolutionary SILENT SEAL Box) Spring, Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m. JohnS! Agency has a discount -
triple coated with Space Age Sealant. NEVER RUSTS
ST. MARY'S. Macclenny: in auto insurance
SQUEAKS OR RATTLES! Sunday Mama 11:_ a...... costs for the careful driver. ..-.
Does this! package policy '\-.
aoMr .Marsala, include liability, medical .
[oj '7'T1IFT'!':"'w'" ;I !:n FLORIDA.PENNSYLVANIA 11I[Gf OMGIA >TIMAS: I H ."
payments, unisured mo ....
....,. .- COUNTY TELEGRAPHPutlJtl1'd torist protection collision, |I ..
:- ;.
e full comprehensive, towing .j ,..
i every Thursdayat and labor, personal effects I i }
138 W. Call Street ...all on convenient 6I I 0,'

Ptfl a uruiFur p o, ... Starke, Florida 32091 month billing?" '..

Second thus postage paid U. S. 301 North Phone 9<$51-7500 ;;
at Starke. florid r.
Stlbecrl.uRale.1 i iIn .'
trade area: $3 CO pet .
year; 12.75 Ia montlu.
Outside trade area: IJSO "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"JAN
Ph_. .s.t.II321 Stark.. F1orioI4 131 So. Walnut St.
t3{ W1 Cshl 9L per year; $3.00x\ monthS
-- J

ZZi; 1970 -


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"'''' ,,,,,,,_,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ",",,,,",", _,,,,,,,,,o!",,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,',':;...;.;,. Old Courthouse Mayor Named :::::::::::::::: :::::::::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::i ::::::::'!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,.:: ::::::: :::::-: : BATAM BASKETBALLPLAY CHANGE IN WOMEN'S

,CiiY'Power llig'; 'l Items For Sale To Florida RECREATION NEWS League The Bantam OPENS will begin JAN Boys its Basketball 27 shsduls announced EXERCISE The following: CLASS relative changes to are the

Tuesday afternoon In the old morning; exercise classes for
(Continued Fran! Pw Cm) League Unit :'.:"I-q.n; ; ;' ;:'::::::: :n"::::::.:, :.::..:.:;:"::;:: ;:::"::"::.:.:::n.;: .::.:::.:.::.:;.:;.:::.::.::.:.::.:.::.::.:.::.:;.::.::.::.:::.:.::.::.:::.;:.::.:.:;.' armory at 3:30.: when Carp's :women:

BADCOCK AND JACKSON James Garllngton and John will meet Starke Builders Supplies The class will bei hell:' three
Tops ProjectionsContiouedsF9em' conditioning equipment In coup. Mayor Carl Hurst has again TAKE OPENING WINS Watson vying for top honors On Thursday. Jan. 29, times weekly each Monday

ty buildings when bids are opened !been appointed to serve on the IN MEN'S LEAGUEThe with 24 each. Wayne McLeod: the other two team will swing Tuesday and Thursday from
at the next meeting if the., 1970 Committee on Community 1970 Men's Recreation paced the losers with 21. into action when Koch Drugs 9 to 10 a.m.-instead of just

( PM Ole) county saves money by doing, Growth and Development cf the Basketball League opn'i! !' play In the nightcap, Jackson takes on Cadillac: Uniform. one day a week as In the past.
so. The understanding was; Florida League of 'MunIcipal! Monay night and high scoring Building Supply the league's The Bantam League will play Classes meet In the Recreation

Enterprises housing develop- reached at the request of local l I[ ties. games were! much In evidence tallest team! defeated Stark single games on Tuesday! anti'' Department (cld armory) rath.
to date Wicker said. ment. contractors who said the, The committee: one of sven aa the four teams posted! 208 Builders the league's youngest, Thursday afternoons, and !ft er than In the Pratt Street
He strongly recommended ; standing study' committees 7060. This game saw a contestof double-header each: Friday. .
"This work will be accomplished services listed are not ordinarily points In the double' header.In Center.It
placement of nonfunctioningmeters of the Florida League which the 7 opener, Badcock height versus youth. He'ght Bantam team sponsors are:
remainder of p.m.
using the '
and installation of repair supplied by one company. is recommendeS: that wom-
encompass more than 150 elect- cords with a'2ly' won out but the youthfulness Carp's, Cadillac Uniforms
the <
the Series 1964 Construction ripped
equipment for them by Approved payment of $30(1 en attend all three classes
Trust Fund supplemented as eJ city officials in Florida. Ser- accuracy and almost broke the showed UP in the final period Koch Drugs and Starke Build
That would cost about weekly to receive
the city. by renewal and replace as an assessment (dues) for 1 ring: on the 1970 committee will clock with 98 points defeating of play. Jackson went into th3 ers. maximum
Wicker said. necessary benefit but if
not able
7000. I ; to do
criticism of the funds. Total expenditure membership in the Florida :be 27 members under the chairananshlp last year's- league' champs. fourth quarter with a 24-point invited
Biggest so, they are to
from these funds has been estimated Association of Court Clerks as; of Gerald S. Rhem Starke Plaza. 98-51. lead and hats'': to fight to retain SMALL: FRY LEAGUE attend
of the
operation sewerage the two that
tem by the engineers is that at$72,800." requested by Green. Half of' mayor of Dunedin.It The Plaza team sponsoredby its edge as the younger boys The Small Fry InstructionalLea convenient one! or to the individual's8chedule. are most

it does not serve a great many There is also about a $38,500 the expense will be paid from will be the third! year May.or Andrews Drugs, Gayle's used the fast break to come jus is progressing well with t 1 .
residents to whom it is avail- balance remaining from the the clerk's budget and the other Hurst has served on the Beauty Shop Plaza BarberShop within four points! of tying the the young boys increasing their

able. If those persons were 1966 construction program the half by the commission. unit.First and Carp's made a gameof 'score before Jackson emerged skills with each practice. Anyboys In addition to the physical
required to use city sewerage reports states.. Recommendation Deferred taking action on meeting of all 1970 the high-scoring! affair un with a 70-60 win. Big 6-9 Bruce ages 8. 9 and 10. who exercise and working on the
service the engineer noted the is that the City expend maintenance League committees has been tl1 the third: quarter, trailing Jackson led all scorers for the! would like to participate may "Slim Gym" games such as
increased revenue might pro- these funds for: final paymentof a proposed con- scheduled during the Ninth only 16.13 at the end of the night with 42 paints. Richard :still do so by registering at the volleyball deck!' tennis and
vide the means to expand the the engine generator tract covering the courthouse Annual Conference for city officials first quarter, and 39-29 at half Williams was high for the los Recreation Dept. Th: Small jogging. This program will be!
system. $24,527; ground fault protection elevator which would cost $66 and city attorneys set time. By the end of the third ers with 18.Schedule Fry Leaguers will have game- continued as long as sufficient
Three items in a previous contract, $5,820; materialsto per month. Green was askedto March 1-3 In Tampa. quarter. BadcoeW! however had type scrimmages! one day a Interest Is shown.P.tYROLL .
report were again recommended rehabilitate the overhead investigate further and report Topics which the committeehas taken a 64-38 lead': and for Monday, Jan. 26: week, and will have practice
for the sewerage system: distribution system $381; eng- on it at the next meeting. considered: in past years wrapped up the game All six Ba-cock vs Starke Builders sessions! which will include individual ENVELOPES.
1) Pratt St. and Temple Ave. ineers fee $2,739; and an over Include urban renewal federal Badcock players who saw action 7 p.m. Jackson vs Starke type skill contests on Bradford County Telegraph
lift stations $700; 2) spare head distribution system study, Granted permission to aid to smaller cities senior hit In double figuers with Plaza 8:30.: the other day. Ph 0...105.!
parts stock increase $300 and 5000. Supervisor of Elections Neva citizens programs Improved

3) sewer cleaning machines Flynn and her deputy to attenda annexation procedures, regulation

6000. City Halls meeting in Jacksonville. of substandard develop-
Expansion of the sewerage Delegated Commissioners ments in areas adjacent to city

system into the Reno area was Under Study Ralph Bryan and J. M. Normarto limits and the extension of
also again recommended in the meet with the Library Board municipal services beyond city
report: limits mobile home parks
(Continued From Pap One) and to report on develop
"Previous reports recommended planning and zoning regulations Effectiveimmediately.

the expenditure_ remaining ion on being behind in collecting ments. housing codes and ,bond
1964 Construction
assessments for plac- Authorized payment of$1- election studies
Trust Fund monies and addi-
400 to architect Frank G. Georgeto
tional funds derived from other ing sewer and water lines in
sources for this construction of front of residences. The matter architect Frank G. George E. R. Marshburn

sewers and a pumping stationto was pointed out by Engineer for services on the recently Services
serve the Reno area. Those Marvin Wicker who said such completed courthouse! HeldIn

funds are no longer available funds could be used to extend Jones ChapelEdward
yet the pressing unsanitary con the utilities distribution sys- Reviewed the question of

dition persists in this area tem to serve more customers. responsibility of maintaining R. Marshburn, 49, a
of the City. In the interim Wicker also pointed out that
driveway entrances between the: retired employee! of The- Miami
construction prices have con- many persons to whom the ser- Herald and a former residentof '
tinued to rise and the estimatedcost vice is available do not use hard road and private properly, Starke died Thursday Jan.
of constructing these facilities brought resident
as up by a
22, in Miami. A veteran of
is now slightly in excess a portion of the old who lives on 518. He was toldit World War II and a member of
of 100000. 75 cents per foot assessmentson is up to the Department of
Baptist Church he the
"This area should be given Bessent Road has been collected was 1JING
and the matterwas
Transportation son of the late Dr. E. R. Marsh.bul'n. -
strong consideration and a me- the engineer said.Hardly A'Q
turned over to Norman to
who at onetime was
thod of financing developed in any of the $2 per foot assessments -
the recently authorized studyof in Green Acres and facilitate. physician the Florida. State

the utility systems." Southgate Subdivision has been Prison
The report also noted thata collected he said. Clerk Ed- Received a report from Mr. Marshburn Is survivedby
$42,089 balance remains in wards said the city has no Green on a survey he madeof : his wife Pearl D. Marsh-
the 1964 Bond Refinancing Pro- authority to collect the funds number of telephones in the burn; four daughters, Anita. SAFETY
gram which produced $675,479. unless the person sells 'his courthouse and other county Debra and BarbaraMarsh: -
Of these funds R.S&H states: property. buildings. After discussion it burn, all] of Miami; Susan
"The Department of Transportation -Okayed Supt. Davis recom- was decided that the report be Marshburn of Philadelphia. l F YUR

has prepared plans mendation to employ a Palatka given to each commissioner to Pa.; and two sons. Edward and 9
for the resurfacing of SR-16 firm to cut down 10 oak treesat study in detail. Later Green Robert Marshburn both of Miami w

from US-301 east to Kingsley $50 each and to remove said the courthouse phone bill ; his mother Mrs. Cora SAVINGS ZUP
.. Lake. The anticipated bid date stumps and $20 each a total $475 in October $416 in Ali'crman' Marshburn Keystone
for this project is now Jan. 29, of $700. The funds will come was Heights; and three sisters, Mrs.
in De-
November and
: 1970 with the successful con- from the salary allocated an $412 Mona Welmer Keystone

tractor expected to start work employee who has never. been cember. Heights; Mrs. Betty Miller,
about April 1 I. 1970. hired Davis said. Houston Texas; and Miss Lou-
"The City will be required -Paid an employee Lewis' ise Marshburn, Jacksonville
::: to work a large portion of the Mann for attending trainingin council the clerk and city Funeral services were held'
utility systems in the SR-16 working with natural gas attorney to the annual Marc,
g- at 11 a.m. Monday in Jones
right-of-way. This affords an for the time he spent in school. 1-3 meeting of the Florida I
Memorial Chapel with Rev.
opportunity to renew old under- Clerk Edwards objected to the League of Municipalities in I i Y
,, Lawrence Carroll) pastor of the
Tampa. Mayor Hurst Council
ground utilities lines and over- payment because Mann is a ,,
Bowen and City Attorney First Baptist: Church of Keystone ,
man ,
power lines provide a fireman working part time in ,
George Pierce said they play.i Heights ofrlc'.atlng. Interment I
relief sewer in the Reno area the Gas Department. Edwards
I: Improve the arrangement of said the Council was setting a vto attend. was In Dekle Cemetery
water and sewer service connections new policy. -Okayed the write-off of$14!: at Lake Butler with DeWitt C.

and install utility ser- -Okayed the use of city fundsto in non-collectable utility bill i Jones Funeral Home in charge
vice for the new Town House send any member of the upon the recommendation ot i ()f arrangements. 1

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sPljR.( S Tornadoes Trip Orange ParkA i

I steady performance and' Three BUS cagers scored 1n Orange Park was hampered end: half outscoring OP 15.10 from the floor. Graudon led
.. teamwork gave Bradford High double figures David McKnight !foy the absence of their leading In the third psrlc* and 17-9 in BHS rebounding with 11
cagers a 54-39 win over Orange led with IS points, slightly be !scorer, Paul switchman who the perlcd Orange Pak During the first half BITS
,. Park Friday night and evened' low his season average. Mark came down( with mononucleosis attempts to press the TornadoesInto drew four fouls and OP none,
Cagers the Tornado season record at Graudon and TIm Murphey Friday and will! be out four ( mistakes appeared to help but for the entire game Orange '
'. 55. each httj: 14 points. Murphey, weeks In their Christmas tourney the Tornadoes more than they Park drew calls for infractions
:with several buckets on lay UPS Orange Park beat BUS 70- hurt as the Raiders came out while BHS had seven.
t, My The win In Orange Park wasa >! to compliment his neat outsida 49 with the :big scorer getting'of their pnttented zone defense I
Facing Florida Star Conference con shooting on the Raiders' home 38 points.
\ +. !test. It leaves the Tornadoes;: court, tied his career high. The Tornadoes led: 37-30 after Scoring Summary
with 4.1 mark in loop play Mickey Brokas led
a Orange The game started slowly with the third period and 54-39 at
.{. Crucial and In a goad position In the Park with 15 points. He was the neither team hitting well in the the close. BHS 8 14 15 17 -54 ,
.I :fight for tits conference title. only Raider in double figures.! first period. The first period OP 8 12 10 939B1tSMcKnlght :

ended with the score knotted
88. Things stayed nip and McKnight and Murphey got 8016. Grau
Contests tuck in the secon':' pciioi! ,with open for several nlftv lay upsagainst don 5-4-14. Murphey C-2-14,
Orange Park holding: a one or the Orange Pirk: press! Graudon! 3-1-7. Johns 1-1-3, McGee ,,.
?n, ,'M taMN ,. two' point edge most of the in the second half BHS had 23 000. Totals 23-8-54. [I
/! r 1tt, A trip to St Augustine anda way. field goals to OP's 17 and scored; OP Brckas 7-1-13. French
/ chance to make it two wins eight points at the foul line to 1-0-2, Matherson 226. Shan
out of three road games Is in But mid-way the period Mark OP's five. BUS hit! 23 of 60 f1 ldgoa' non 4-0-8. Harris 2-1-5, Bassett.
store for Tornadoes basket- Graudon hit a Jumper to give attempts for 38 per cent 113. Totals 17-5-39.
bailers Friday. ; / 0 ,1 BHS a 16-15 lead, and the Tor
Next Tuesday, Jan. 27, the nadoes of Coach Mike Sexton
Tornadoes return home to face were never headed:! ': after that. If You Are Interested In .Learning The
Palatka, undefeated in Florida / They outscored' Orange Park
Star play and the only teamto 14-12 in the second period and Skill of Carpet Installation
Division champs in Girls Volleyball]] : ((1st row, from date to beat Live Oak. left the court for Intermission
left) Linda Powell Gloria Crews, Pat Turner, Kelly Palatka is undefeated in con- with a 22.201ead, APPROXIMATELY A fi0-IOUIt( COURSE d
Richards, Carol Reddish,. Kathy Swafford. Standing ference competition with a 3-0 IS NOW BEING OFFERED
mark. Live Oak, going down to
(from left) Debbie} Douglas, Dorothy Spearman, Palatka, now has a 3-1 loop BHS poured It on in the sec-I

Emma Reid, Linda Haas. Ruthell Smith, Gwen Bright, mark. BUS is third with a CONTACTThe
Velma Mitchell. Not pictured: Debra Henry, Polly 4-1 conference mark after los-
Reid, Pricilla] Staring. ing 51-49 to Lake City in a f
road game Tuesday. It wasa Bradford-Union Area
tough defeat since a win
would have put BHS on top of ,5 Vocational Technical CenterIN
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BHS Girls Volleyball Team WinsTwo the conference. .ar
It makes this weekend's 4 x1 STARTLE PHONE 961-6150

teams represented the Members of the runner-up games much more cruciaL Two ,.
Girls Athletic Association! of team were: Pat Turner, Polly more wins would put the Tornadoes 't ,.
Bradford: High School at a VolReid, Velma M'tchsll, Kathy L t good shape in the .,. ,. .a.t
leyball Play Day held at Santa: 'Swafford, Pricillj Starling, Florida Star, Coach Mike Sex- ,
Fe High School last Saturday.: Kelly Richards, G.ven Bright, ton says. -,.. r ATTENTION
Both teams won their dlvs: '.on and Linda Powell.Accompanying The Tornadoes edged St.Augustine I ,
one point, 41-40, in their
championship and competed
first Florida Star contest Dec. .
the girls on
against each other for the
overall championship: the trip were MM. Vicki Me- 12. They have not played Pa- HORSE OWNERSa
Kinney and Mrs Inez Harvey, latka, but the Braves are
Two teams frum each of the' f
following schools ocTipt: BHS physical education:! : instructors tough. They beat then undefeated .I' 1r

Santa Fa High S-hol. Union: and GAA sponsors. Fernandina win Beach and A !'. Come on out!
Park to the
Also competing in the tournament Orange Orange r
County Hish Lake Butter), Park Christmas Tournament L
and P. K. Yonga (Gainesville) were two teams repre The Tornadoes 5-6 ;
are now
senting the Brad'orl M'ddla! "a't'
Members of the teim:+ that for the with nine i : i nigh at
School accompanied by Mrs. season reg- 1I 1l 1- ...and ride with user> Saturday
won the overall championship!
ular and the tour-
Carolyn Dyal One of the BMS games 7:00: P.M."eekh' .
were: Debbie Douglas D?bra naments remaining. They have a
Henry Carol Re,*dish. Dorothy teams placed second, whereas lost to Green Cove twice, 57- I '' t -- \ ribbons are Liven for the first six
the other team placed fourth ( CAKKY-ALL Every
Spearman, Ruth!ll Smith, Em 45 and 56-52, to Live Oak 'i COTTON -
ma geld Linda Haas, and In the Junior High Tourna 66-S2. to Orange Park 70-49, l f woman needs a little some- places in each class. We have a class for
thing to carry a lot of thingsIn \
Gloria Crews ment. __. to Fernandina 62-56, and to and a roomy tote bag is everyone
------ Lake
City 51-49. the answer. Floral-printed cot Trophies are Liven out once a njont for
BUS has won 51-49 over Baker ton duck is circled with a row
County, 41-40 over St of thick white fringe for deco the riders with the most points Yon haveto :
Augustine, 47-42 over Bolles, ration and cotton cording! be a member to win trophies, but not
62-55 over Lake City, and 54- makes a handy drawstring ribbons.
o' d 39 over Orange Park. For Quick Sale-60 inch win
: They still face two games David McKnight drives for a lay-up in the BUS dow Fan in Metal, Frame. Mo
., with Palatka, another with victory over Orange Park. McKnight led BUS with tor Necds Repairs. See At BRADFORD ROPING CLUB

,,, and Orange two Park games and with Live Santa Oak Fe, 10 points against OP and with 23 against Lake City. Bradford County Telegraph.

; all of which will be tough bat- .
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IIi have the personnel to body," Coach Sexton said after
I Ii, ,,, do the job, but we'll have to the Lake City loss. r

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I I I.I l t ,.X a.' Tigers Ed\!ge 51-49 Terwillegar !

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and lead 24-20 at the half.
Mot handed Steve Dortch'sshot t
t. BITS outscored Lake City 14- '
from half court rippedthe
'Itit. _...,......_.t : ...... --....rr41k --,, .- .- bottom from the basket as 12 in the third period and lead
38-32 Into the fourth
the final buzzer sounded in per
Tim Murphey made a shambles of Lake City Tuesday night, giv- iod.
Orange Park's press in the fourth ing the Tigers a 51-49 basket- Then Dortch started scorch-
period with his ball handling. Murphey ball win over Bradford High. with ing the 56 nets seconds It was left his that basket tied FORD FACTORY I

leads the Tornadoes in assists.! Putting the ball in the air the game at 49-49, then came
from anywhere Dortch couldn't the winning[ shot from half courtas II
miss In the fourth period as the game ended.

MoviesOn he scored ]15 of the Tigers' "Freddie (Graudon) did a tremendous II I
19 point surge. lie ended up job on Dortch for three
the double bill scheduled color drama of three young the night's high scorer witha quarters, but I don't think it
for the Florida Theatre! this nuns who undertake an assignment 26 point performance. would have mattered who was
Fri-'ay: and Saturday are as medical assist work guarding him in the last quar-
"Change of HabU' and "Alfred ers !in the ghetto( with Elvis After leading the entire ball ter," Coach Sexton said. He
The Great" starring as a young doctor.Tha game, Tornado basketballerslost had nothing but praise for the I
control in the final 1:45 of
is rated for General
"Change of Habit" teams movie job Graudon did on the hot
the important Florida Star Conference -
Elvis Presley and Mary Tyler aud.ences.: shooting Lake City wingman.
With a three

Moore In Universal's Technl- hero-king epic"Alfred drama The of stars Engand's Great"David: MGM's Hemjnings first- to Mike point hold lead Sexton game.onto with told 1:45 ball: togo his and,cagers Coach make with ton"It said didn't the of ball Dortch.matter, it went what in,"he Sex-did t JANUARY 15th FEBRUARY 28th IJAN IW t tt I

and Prunella Ransnme Lake City come after it,
FLORIDATHEATRE Both teams had 20 field goals.
and is suggested'' for Mature "We had two turn overs and But BUS;) hit nine of 18 free II
audiences. two chances at the free throw throws while the Tigers hit
line, but we couldn't cash in," II for 15. BIIS bucketed 20 of I
Playing at the Florida Sun the Tornado stated. The loss their 50 field goal attempts
day Monday' and Tuesday la put the BIIS season record at for a 40 per cent average, one
5-6 and leaves them 4-2 in of their better nights from the j
the Florida Star. field. AND SAVEHUNDREDS

FRI., SAT., JAN. 23, 21 BUS went into the final per- 1

Double FeatureELVIS iod with a five point, 39-34 SCORING! StMMARY! ,
301 edge. But Dortch's hot streak
gave the Tigers a 19-10 fourth BHS12 12 14 10 49
i' *, period advantage and the wjn. LC10 10 12 19 51 '
Through the third period Fred-
DRIVEINAdmission die Graudon had held Dortch BIIS- McKnight 9-5-23, Grau- t OF f ft
i s' toll points. dons 1-2-4, Murphey 4-0-8,
Graudon 5-0-10, Johns 1-2-4.

75c scorer David for McKnight.the Tornadoes leading with Totals LCDortch 20-9-49.12-2-26. Purdv

23 points, kept BHS in the gamein 4-2-10, Parnell 0-1-1, Klrdy 3- f ft
the fourth period as he scored 0-6, Levy 1-4-6, Houston 0- t
PRESLEY JL FRL, SAT., SUN eight of the Tornadoes' 10 22. Totals 20-11-51.
MARY TYLER MOORE Jan. 23, 24, 25 points. 1

'CHANGE OF HABIT' Double Feature Program BIIS was behind 3-0 early in

lA UNIVERSAL[ PICTURE TECHNICOLOR" the first period, but soon pulled t t tt
ahead on the shooting of Mc- STARKEBUSINESS
PLUS killer Knight and Freddie Graudon,
who had 10 points. At the end
y of the opening period BUS hada
MGM take
o'ese' .t .
A Be'''a.c ar 12-10 advantage. They out-
James a WeCCPraducnnr allr scored the Tigers by the same DIRECTORYAUTO t t tt
MGM presents margin in the second quarter
An Allen Klein Production starring

!Panar..un'and!c MotrOC01Q Tony AnthonyAstianger rant"United in Artists'color( Starring"Alice ReSlau.// SERVICE YOUR USED CAR WILL NEVER BE tt t

Guthrie, Pat Quinn, James, Gilbert S. Brown t
Broderick and Tina Chen, it tei
JAN., 25, 26, 27 in town" restricted of age.Scheduled to. persons under 16 Standard OH Service Station
aa.a-ssaaaaaa aa ..n Metrocolor TIRES BATTERIES
for the 301 Drive
Budftt Terms Road Senrlc
PLUS In this Friday, Saturay and PHONE 94-7071
is dov-ile: feature
Sunday a : 107' N. Temple Stark
"Me. Natalie" starring Patty
ARID h- Duke; and "A Stranger In' NEW CARS AND TRUCKS
J d Town" starring Tony Anthony. HURST'SSHELL
GUTHRIE 4ifV ab a
"44A M -ii i "?.,r!.i, as ll Both movies are rated M. t tt t


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In Bradford County while unchanged, ''will .be. at i a"

will receive notice of their feed! $1.08 per ,bushel "No. 2" basis Bradford County Zoning t 0 i C S 11
grain bases and an explanatory -which Is equal ito the 1969 Commission met twice list p
leaflet on the 1970( Feed Grain level of $1.05 for average qual .. wor. week in an effort to speed

Program in January, according Sty r..t': ,,.: ': j groundwork for the adoption: : of By PAUL C. FORAKER

to Leatcn Morgan, jr.. Chair- The national average loan ..: -- .. a countywide zoning code Editor, Information Services

man Agricultural of the Bradford Stabllzatlon County and will levels be of: grain the other sorghum feed grains$1.61 Biology Park Cleanup Aided By City Bradford which has been County hanging for several fire :in What are a few of the clues tis and others: abrupt changesin
Conservation (ASC) Committee. per hundredweight; barley, 83 years. < by which alcoholism can be dress and appearance from

Sign-up paned for \the volun- cents per bushel; oats. 63 cents City equipment started! clean- The Biology Park Is used' by The present clean-up projectIs Johrt A. Torode, chairman of detected in another individual? slightly l i I sloppy to suddenlysmart
students to obtain nature specimens being done with the cooper the board said the group and (this
bushel spruce smart
farm per $I.OZ
tary programsIncludina ; rye, per :ing-up operations this week at
for science and biology ation of Oscar Davis, director 'worked! cut final 'Details: and Although none of the following ening usually
bushel. up process occurs
wheat and Price-support is required the
cottcn, as well as Biology Park (nature trail! )
classes and PYE members are of the city utilities fepartmsnt. tentatively agreed on the ten symptoms in themselves neces- the denial of
feed grains will be February by law for oats and rye, ,taut located: behind the Middle : during stage alco-
through March 20. there Are no provisions for School. asking that laws be enforcedto Officers of the club are: Greg zoning districts which will apply sarily mean that a person hasa holism-the alcoholic hoping to
acreage limitations.) keep It from becoming a Douglas, president; Steve Gay, to Bradford County drinking problem they can show by outer symbols that
The 1970 Feed Grain Programwill A project to clean up the parkIs dumping ground for trash and vice president: Marie Guthrie The zoning plan was turned suggest the possibility and In- there is nothing wrong with
be much like! the 1969 program Price-support payment rates being sponsored by the PYE garbage. They plan to develop secretary; and Christie Rifjs. over to County Attorney T. A. dicate a closer check of the him>

the ASC Committee will be: corn 30 cents per (Protect Your Environment) nature trails, post signs designating f treasurer. Alexander Horsfall; Yawn to put in text form, situation may be in order:

Chairman said Provisions!: of bushel; grain sorghum, 53 cents Club, a new organlation at native trees and shrubs, Instructor in science at) BItS;. which will still be subject to Personal problems The
the 1970 wheat and! cotton programs per hundreJwelght, ; barley 20 BHS with 25 active members.. and construct a barbecue grill. la club sponsor. change, Torode said Absenteeism Principally on heavy drinking in alcoholism
were announced earlier. cents per bushel. Price-support Yawn said he hoped'' to be Mondays or the day following a often involves financial problems -

:Morgan gave the following! de. payment for a farm is arrivedat ,. able to complete his work :In pay day. Also unlikely excuses and some amount of
by multiplying the !bushel 5 In'n, re'\ '" ''I' \11.'''' ",,,,,..' It'""" h about two weeks, Torode reported for absenteeism. domestic conflict occurs. Later
tails on the Feed Grain pro- per U. .,..,, ,, : """"' "" '"
price-support( payment times / \I .wary 1-0' U" : l'. ",rv -- after which the board there may be conflicts with
gram: !
the farm's promoted! yield, ]yO "t1O t..r the" .':-) :Ask IRSprovides will review it before submittingthe Personality changes In- neighbors and police, these be.
1. Acreage diversion and dI- .times the smaller of the planted 1" _.h", 11n 1 e s plan to the' County Com creased unusual periods of moodinessand ing often your first introduct'onto

version payments. acreage or 50 per cent of thefarm's nd rudtl'' lit lt'"t' HpUP., .ru mission, together with a. gaiety especially the problem. If they recur
",11 r" after sneaking drinks. The alcoholic ]
it indicates that drinking has
feed grain base master the
showing zoning -
Minimum diversion at 20 per map may also become resent begun to Interfere systematically
cent of a farm's feed grain 3. Small farm provisions. provides more room to list : districts. ful of criticism sarcastic and with the person's relations

base acreage will be requiredfor A farm with: a feed grain This column of questio ns and answers on federal things such as. medical expenses the After County submitting Commission the plan to suspicious. He does not necessarily ta the community.
program participation. :base of 25 acres or less will be tax matters is b the local office of the U.S. and charitable contri- change jobs frequently
public will be
v hearing held.
payment will be made! for this able to qualify] for payment on butions than was available on as might be expected. In fact, Remember don't jump to
first 20 per cent diversion, ex- the first 20 per cent of Its dIverted Internal Revenue Service i and is published as a public the back of the old Form 1040. Torode said until the late stage of alcohol- conclusions No one "clue" can

_ cept for small farms. acreage, with the payment service to taxpayers. The: column answers questions ism is reached he may be a be regarded as definite proofof
rates based Q) Where can I get a of reliable one-job man. alcoholism. There is alwaysa
: 20 centof copy
on per EnvironmentalSurvey
Payments will be made for the total most frequently asked by t tQ t.:.axpayers. your tax: guide combination of several. signs,
county support rate
additional diversion! of corn, Physical signs Certain fair-
and all need corroboration.
times the projected yield. For A) A of Your Federal GroupTo -
grain sorghum, and barley. copy ly frequent physical symptomsmay .
Maximum acreage that can be the remaining: diverted average ) I kept a record of my Filing requirements' also apply Income Tax 1970 edition may Meet TonightThe be readily observable
diverted for payment will be on small farms the diversion earnings and withholdings for to minors. A parent or be purchased from most IRS signs I of problem drinking. Flol'ldalcoholic Rehabilita

the larger of 30 per cent of a payment will be based on the the year and am all set to file guardian should file a returnon offices for 60 cents. You may Bradford County En- These include the red eyes and tion distributed
farm's feed grain! base or 25 40 per cent payment rate, sub- my return. Do I have to wait behalf of a child who has also obtain this publication by vironmental Health Advisory flushed face of the typical Program of literature 87.000
ject to the maximum limitation. until I get my W-2 gross income of $600 or more using the order form on the pieces during the
less the qualifying 20 hangover the hand tremorwhich
acres :
per Committee will hold Its second! year from June 1, 1968 through
during the tax In Inside of the 1040 tax
cent diversion.! Payment rate A) Yes, of all W2's year. every cover meeting tonight (Thursday) at I may be especially This
Producers with feed one copy :May 31. 1 1969!!;!! set a new
grain case, must file return to form package. Send check
you a a or
for this additional diversion: must be attached to 7:30( o'clock in the marked when the alcoholic is
bases of to 125 your : county agri- record in the 14-year history of
up acres will get any refund due. money order with the order
_ will be based 40 cent of tax return when trying to concentrate on his
on per have the option of temporarily you send it blank to the Superintendent of culture building according: to the Program.If .
the total county price support in. Processing of the returns County Ju-ge;! T. A. Yawn, a job i this I is purely a hangover
reducing their base to 25 Documents
(lean plus support payment) acresto and refunds are delayed if thisis Q) I'm a senior at college Washington, D.C. member of the group. symptom and not to be confused you've not received material -
become .
times a farm's projected yieldcf eligible far: the small not done. You should receive and I'm due a tax refund on 20402.Q wtih the "shakes" of a from us ,i.i some phaseof

the crops Involved. No advance farm provisions. in such case, your W-2 no later than February some part-time work I did. CanI ) Other than the fact that Thomas A. Strickland, of late-stage alcoholic': the almost alcoholism in which you are
no corn, grain
sorghum or bar claim
2.Note my own exemption continual aroma of alcohol not
diversion payments will Jacksonville director of en- interested just drop us a card
color makes the form look ,
ley is to be
planted! for harvest without causing father to
my the breath but about
only on
be made. vironmental health for the and tell us what you'd like.There's .
nicer is there advantage in
on the farm and: the temporary that this year, the W-2 lose the exemption he claims any the ; the scent of breath
person no charge. Address the
having red, white and blue tax Health Planning Council: will
25-acre feed should be for
grain base must be stapled to the back me?
cleansers and
Upper limits will be estab- forms attend this meeting to assist! purifiers; excessive card to FARP's Information:
put to conserving of Form 1040 rather than the
lished uses. alleged attacks of minor
on the per.bushel
rate the local in planning a Services Box 1147. Avon Park.
which! will be paid for the additional 4. Other front.Q A) Yes, 1 if you were a full- A) It Is expected that color which group will b3 a profileof ailments such as colds gastri- Fla.. 33825.
program provisions. survey
voluntary diversion of time student during some partof will draw the taxpayer's attention -
Soybeans planted! In lieu of five months of the to those the the physical environment of
feed gran: acres. The maximum feed ) Is there any change in year you areas on
:payments) will be: for corn, 60 grains will not earn price- who has to file a return for can claim your own exemptionand tax form where errors are Bradford County.
support payments. 1969? your father will not lose made which lead to delays in '
cents bushel
per ; for gran! sorghum The Health Planning Council: BUS STOP AVAILABLEAnyone
you as an exemption, so! longas processing returns and issuing
55 cents per bushel (not Malting barley will not be ex- A) Filing requirements for the dependencytests refunds. The instructions for is a voluntary, nor-profit or- ,

hundredweight!: for barley 45 empt for diversion requirementsIn 1969 Federal income tux: returns are necessary met. In this situation, using the pre-addresssd name ,ganlzatlon: serving the counties '

cents per bushel. 1970 since supplies are more are unchanged from last the same exemption can be label and signing the return, of Baker Bradford Clay Du- Desiring a Bus

2. Price-support loans and( than adequate to meet needs.In year. claimed on two returns, yours for example, are highlightedin val Nassau, and: St. Johns. q\ Stop Please Contact
and .
payments. parent's.Q
To summarize them, a return your citizens being ccn- I\
1970 there will be no ad- Common reasons for delaysin Lay : are By Saturday January
:vance voluntary diversion must be filed by every tactcd to assist wllh the sur- ,
National average pricesupport pay- ) What taxes can I deduct processing returns and issuing
under 65 who had
ments under the program. Sub person gross refunds missingor vey, and are invited to attendtonight's I 24.
loan rates on all feed: are n
income of $600 for the
or more
stitution meeting.
grains will be the In provsions relating to inaccurate Social Security
same as
wheat and feed year. For those 65 or older on A) If you itemize deduc-
1969. However, corn loan rates grain acreage the last day of tax year, a tions, state and local income, number or an illegible name or
continue as in previous address. When a return is filed BADCOCK
"years. return does not have to be filed sales, gasoline, personal prop.
_ 7m until gross income reaches erty and real estate taxes may using the label showing the For Quick Sale-60 Inch win.
5C.t666 1200. be deducted. These should be taxpayer's correct name, address (I low Fan in :Metal Frame. Mo- 964-5289

Announcement will be made listed on Schedule A Itemized and Social Security numI,I lor Nerd Repairs See At
Also, anyone who has net is
ber, this cause for delay
Deductions J Bradford
I prior to sign-up time on production earnings of $400 or more from and attached to removed. County Telegraph.

of substitute crops on self-employment, is required to your Form 1040. .. .. -

diverted acres. .*file a return and pay self-em- Those who itemize will find \ I '..J ... 4 .\ ... ..,.. .. ,.. ,
.- ployment tax. that using the new Schedule A 1: ,.

I Two years

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22, 1970 if .

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Malodorant H. L. Brownlee New Rubella Vaccine Can Wipe Out W. T. Jackson Bradford Recorded, 81.76 Inches

Causes 'Stink'In Promoted WithU. Commended For

StarkeA S. EngineersHugh A Major- Cause of Birth Defects Past ServicesW. Of Rain During 1969Bradford

T. (Billy) Jackson has received -
L. Brownlee, of New By VIRGINIA APGAR M.D. a letter from Philip J. County received almost beginning to report crop and
Starke strong and odor pervaded Orleans, La., formerly of Vice President for ij j Meloy of'Tampa, president of seven feet of rainfall In pasture damage from the continued
vicinity: Monday Starke has been named Chiefof Medical Affair Central Truck Lines, Inc. 1969 making the year just ended downpours and some
night, and touched off multiple the Operations Division of The National Foundation. thanking him for long years of one of the wettest on record. describe the soil as the most
phone calls to the city utilises( the New Orleans District of March of DimesIf ;
j! faithful and devoted service" Average rainfall In the county thoroughly soaked that they re-
department by persons afraid the U.S. Army Corps of Engi- the new rubella vaccineis .fig ; rendered as agent for the com- ; during the ]12-month periodwas member.
that a gas main might bo neers. He Is the son of Mrs. Water Is be absorbed
given widest use, it can A pany In Starke since August 81.76 Inches, almost 18 slower to
broken Etta Brownlee and the late eradicate German measles] as 1940. Inches over the 50-year ave- at this time of ;year
H.L. Brownlee of Starke.In rage of 63.92. The 1968 total because vegetation is dormantand
a prime cause of birth de- The Florida Public Servica:
Oscar Davis, utilities
director, was 72.09 Inches. not using as much mois-
said the o-or:' apparently came his new position, Mr. fects within five years. 'k; ; Commission recently' approved'Central's The wet trend has continuedInto ture as when the growing sea-
from the Florida( HydrocarbonsPlant Brownlee will supervise the The National Foundation, application! to close ]1970 with the first 19 son begins.
near Brooker where It operation and maintenance of all whose goal is prevention of its agency hers and operate days of January bringing an Total rainfall at the county's
Is believed that some malodorant flood control and navy birth defects, has launched 55 service from the Gainesville average of 4.96 Inches to the three fire towers during the
(ethyl mercaptan) which la gatlon work In the District educational programs to in- ... agency effective January 12. county more than the 50- period Jan. 1-19, was: New
added: ta gas to give It a distinctive and will serve as Flood Fight crease public and professional "You have always dons an year average of 4.S3 Inches for River 4.60 Inches; Louis Hill
o-or, was spilled or Assistant to the District Eng understanding of the need for rS outstanding1 Job for us, both the entire month of January.The (Highland), 5:40: ; and Santa Fe,
overturned. ineer.A mass vaccination of children. service-wise- : an'3': public rela- abnormal rainfall is 5.40.
Inevitably the question tions-wise and all of us wth: evidenced by water standingIn The Florida Forest Service
graduate of Alburn University arises: Why vaccinate young- Central want you to know how puddles and ponds throughoutthe reported 74 woods fires In 1969
; when It was known as the sters if damage or death in the much we appreciate It," the county; with the saturated with 449 acres burned. In 1968
NEW YEAR Alabama Polytechnic Institute womb strike with devasting letter to Jackson said. ground unable to absord any there were 138 fires with 971
Mr. Brownlee received a impact in early pregnancy? more moisture. Growers are acres burned.
bachelor of science degree In S
The is
answer simple. s.
electrical engineering in 1928. 3 I
Silver DollarJCIAL Small children, between kindergarten
and second grade,
After working for the Corps
the most carriers of
are likely
of Engineers In Jacksonville
he Joined the New Orleans Dis- the disease. They can transmitit wrt
trict as chief electrician on the easily to their mothers or ....... ._
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the mothers of friends. If chil-
asphalt revetment plant. In 1942 dren made immune to Dr. Virginia Apgar urges vaccination of children against rubella
he was named engineer In bella will ru- (German measles) to eliminate the disease. When a pregnant
be able
they not to
J \: L Ia n became charge at assistant the plant,chief and In of 1956 the pass it on to women of child- woman is infected, her child may be born with severe defects.

Hired! Labor Branch later being bearing age. Our educational efforts also premarital blood tests also
promoted to chief. He held Epl.l..mler..dld..d take aim at two confusing used for checking immunity
w this position until 1965 when he Rubella] can spread in epidemic points.The against rubella and Rh blood
was made assistant chief of proportions, as it did in vaccine for rubella types. To encourage maxi-
the Operations Division.In 1964-65, with tragic results. (regular measles) will not mum use of the vaccine, 3,000
w Some 50,000 babies were. protect against rubella (Ger- March of Dimes chapters are
1949 he was given the handicapped or destroyed man measles] ). working closely on educational -
rare Superior AccomplishmentStep throughout( the country. The Boys catch rubella and projects with local health
Increase award for "sus- figure includes about 30,000 carry it home. It is true that departments and medical so-
a .r tained superior work performance fetal deaths and 20,000 live- they will never be mothers, cieties.
tA.t.t ," and has received numerous born babies who must endure but if they spread the diseaseto The day the vaccine was
commendations from the life-long birth defects. women, the effects can be licensed by the federal govern-
District Engineer for his Rubella epidemics usually disastrous. ment, we sent copies of a de-
BRILLIANTUncirculated safety record and level of strike in cycles! of six to nine Danger/: to Women finitive article by National
achievement. He has also received years. Many medical authorities The most severe damage Foundation grantee Dr. LouisZ.
three cash awards for fear another destructivewave generally occurs during the Cooper, entitled: "Rubella:
meritorious suggestions which next spring. Fortunately] first three months of preg- A Preventable Cause of Birth
Nice For Keepsakes, improved the efficiency of engineering in major metropolitan areas, nancy. Because the symptomscan Defects," to 145,000 physicians -
Gifts or Investment operations in the dis about 90 per cent of women in be so mild, a woman may and other medical pro
trict. childbeanng years are im- never be aware that she has fessionals. We also are dis-

Single ....... $3.75 mune because of early ex- been infected. tributing millions of educa-
Mr. Brownlee Is registeredwith posure to( German measles. On Furthermore, for at least tional flyers.
the state of Louisiana the other hand, fewer womenin the first month, Since
as a woman rare- 1958, the year we
5 For 17.95
both a professional civil engineer rural areas catch the dis- ly suspects she is pregnant. launched our fight to prevent
and an electrical ease when they are children.To No one knows whether the birth defects, we have supported .
10 For ...... 34.95 engineer. prevent future waves of live virus in the vaccine can research into ways of overcoming -
rubella-damaged babies, the cross the placenta as does the the rubella menace.
Trade in your Odds* and March (of Dimes has urged natural rubella virus, and endanger Much of what is known
Ends of Old Coins for the Old 1t/meJ'z federal aid in supplying suf- the embryo. For this about the persistence of rubella -
Beautiful Silver Dollars- ficient vaccine. A realistic in- reason, medical authoritieswarn virus in newborns and .
itial program to immunize 75 against inoculation of I their mothers is the result! of
Bring= them in for ap- per cent of the target group of women or girls beyond the age a research project undertakenby
praisal.Bullington's. children will require 42 million of 11. Dr. Cooper and his associate -
t-Ir1 doses. Since only about Educational Campaign Dr. Saul Krugman, at
half of these children are like- There is a great need for the New York University the ads in this paper were printed in a special
ly to be inoculated by private public awareness about the Medical Center. Dr. Krugmanalso
Gk"You're ; physicians, government finan- life-saving benefits of the rubella is advisor to the U.S. disappearing ink which was visible only from
Phone 964-7271 cing of vaccine for the others vaccine, and for public Public Health Service on rubella -
., ,is vital for effective protection. action. We would like to see vaccination.
not too old to leer'I. 5:00: p.m. until 5:01: p.m. they would certainly
-unless you're a teen-ager.

.:.: -.:.*. w-x-x-iwx-w-yrs-x*:::::* ::, Standard Oil Bulk Station M y Neighbor i g b s not be very effective selling tools nor reach

Funeral Home Lost..$1,241 many potential buyers nor make a ,lasting.. .imN -. .
( DeWitt C. Jones ,N 4* W
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;'::;0: .-_ pression nor have the re-readershTp""which '
:: The Standard OH bulk agency reenter the building he saw

|;::1 STARKE 1|:: In cash office and was checks robbed about of $1,241 mid- The the young door to Negro the safe at the had safe.been L they do have. Use your advertising dollar to its

| PHONE 961-6200$ >!;::: afternoon last Friday by a closed, but the lock had' not I fullest in !
advantage print
::: light-skin Negro youth, accord- been thrown. Sllcox: sad. -
i till I I!;::; Ing, to Bill Silcox Standard Oil The robber escaped through
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS f:,: agent here. the door and ran east across : ,Mfr
::: Silcox said that he and his the railroad, Silcox said. He
| PHONE 473-3176 jj jjA 1j:: son. Bill Jr., had been loading described the Negro as probe
: with back ably un'-er' 20 years of age
truck diesel oil in
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stepped up on the platform to light skin, and wearing a I rrtrrapI
brown knit cap "with a :knot"on
his head.
Silcox said that $176.23 in
GAINESVILLE Business Directory currency was taken from the
safe (the balance of the $1,241 "Isn't IS a bit young to he
! being in two large checks. doing autobiography?"
City Policeman Harold Crews,
Air Conditioning-Heating ELECTRIC MOTORS MATERNITY WEARFOR who Investigated, said! there
I were r.o good footprints due to .................................................................................,
Air Conditioning ELECTRIC MOTHERSTOBEA the fact that It had been rain- : .
Heating By FULL LINE OF ing. Two suspects have been

General Electric Motor Repair Co.Of I Lingerie Dresses Slacks questioned:!, but no arrests s } I FLORIDA PEST CO NTRpedafl
iff I
Russ' Sheet Metal, Inc. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits made yet la the case. o

Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Gainesville, Inc. EXPECTANTLYYOURS
Tel. 376-8282 Repairing Rewinding | .
New and Used I| James L. Silcox ..
AUTO SALES 216 N. W. 16th Ph. 31-A2181 INC. .
Services SetA .
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Farm and Industrial I| 7DB W.VnlveMty.Onp. F.J.C. t Kingsley Lake .. ..

OLDSMOBILK: Equipment i|! MEN'S WEAR ..
SALES SERVICE I James L. Sllcox 86, long e
Fine Selection of Used Can : Santa Fe Tractor I STAG 'N DRAG time resident of Starke, and ..
Taken On Cadlllae Trade former constable died Wed- .
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-MH I FORDFarm I, Grlrfla Salt. nesday In Bradford County .. ..
I Hospital after an extended illness .
Tractors & Implements Arrow Shirts Florshelm .... .
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA USED EQUIPMENT Formal Rentals ..
SALES PART SERVICE; I' Ladles Sportswear .
Born In Clay County on October
i 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY 6, 1883, his parents were i
4 wheel drive And cars GARDEN SUPPLIES and GAINESVILLE MALL the late David E. and Mary PEACHES SUWANNEE(
Sales Parts Service MOBILE HOMES Frances White Silcox. lie wasa FLORDAWON
Clean Used Toyotas member of the Kingsley Lake i TEJON i
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Johnson Fan's, Inc. MUSTANG Baptist Church. f' J.

VAR HEYL SEEDS- PLANTS- Surviving are four daughters, 2 98

Lincoln Mercury I Insecticides FERTILIZERSWe -Pet Supplies Mobile Homes, Inc.Galnt'evlUe' Miss Mrs. Fannie Doris Silcox Rosier,of Palatka Starke;; I I! PEARS HOOD I

2301 N. Main Gainesville Rent Fertilizer Spreader. Mrs. Alice Jenkins, Starke;and I I- S
372-4251 I 224 N.W. 8th Ph. J7S-0476 Dlscouil Mobile Mrs. Ruby Adam ski, Baltimore : REG.
Home Sale Lot. Md.; three sons Lacy Silcox, I: $4.98 NOW :
: i9J
Starke Silcox, Jacksonville I
Bi i'j1i 'of1t'JCuryCougarCotlnental i GLASS BRONZE WOOD Beach; Henry; and George Sll :

:\ : I LIDDELL Low Monthly Payments cox Orlando; 15 grandchildren, I : '

Cleanest. Mark Used III-EngNh Cars Available Ford I!, Glass Company"Glass I. 'ffTer 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1340 great-great 14 great grandchildren grandchildren.and two ,,.:I Paper Shell Pecans 3.98

Aulo Sales and Service Funeral services will be held ,
For Every Purpose"Store at 2 p.m. Friday In Kingsley I
SHERMETAAUTO .* Fronts-Mirrors Lake Baptist Church with Rev. :
I Tub Enclosures-Showers PIANOS. Donald Willis and Rev. Robert i
IMPORTS Furniture Tops Glass Replaced CHOId Of rm AftTUTV West officiating. Interment will FLORIDA PEAT LB BAGS 59

I I 'CiphamMUS follow in the church cemetery
FACTORY AUTHORIZED [ under direction of DeWitt C. .
NEW LOCATION Jones Funeral Home.SEE.
VOLVO MG 1228 So. Main Gainesville .
I 372-8191! 1102 i: GRAPE VINES PLUMS
TRIUMPH I'' O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-53i LORIDA I :

SALES & SERVICE arMrllC; !e Jleattng, :MOVERSLong 'The. Paint people : LAKE !It EST or GOLD :METlILEY !

506 E. University Gainesville o4fcf Distance Movies : REG. $1.98NOW REG. $3.49NOW :
Co. Moo .
372-4373 Ii Storage Packing .

Beauty Academy Hearing Test Crating Sblpelns PAINTS i ONTROLft
Free Estimates CallHILL'S 539 E. Call Street
-roWELL'S '" 'jBalteries'Accessories Q07vJ4' CENTRAL PAINT : Phone 961-5745' S

Beauty Academy ; Repair Service STORES, INC. : $ I 49 ...' CHEMICAL CO. $ 2 98 SSSSSS
Van Service Inc.
Custom Fitted Hearing Aids 634 NW. 13th STREET
Learn a Profession In Your OAlNCSVIULrPHONC :
Spare Time. Full or Part Time log E. University Ave. Oaines1Vlllfi : 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlHo .
219 N.W 10th 373-2768 'IJ 376-O093 I 372-1271 37S-I281 ................. ......................O........... ..................4}.> S

1 JAN. 22, 1070 TELEGRAPH( PAfGE*: 7

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Our editorial. FarmersSo Diary

far In 1970 the weatherman another Merrill must have
:d has come up with a wide traveled over about every foot

assortment of conditions-- of this county\

most all of it badranging
from the 70 degrees last Sat-

urday down to 20 or so duringthe
The WatersA .- long freeze and from pid- How about that outfit that Is
Clearing Muddy i : -A and oil
dles to puddles of rain. There prospecting for gas
may be nothing we can do about'it along SR-18 and SR-100 this

large crowd attending a meeting hassee with consequent red tape delay but grin and bear it, but -- -- general area? Right the offhand
Citizens Committeeat it is hard to grin when you we'd say they are on wrong
Lake Region
of the and
greater expense.In because lfyou'relookjag -
out of drive- highway,
are wading your By Sam McGarveyfront
Heights last Saturday
Keystone s for g. and o. around here
seemed favorably impressed with the the controversial area of bulk- properly owners under you can find all you want and

proposed changes in Section 253.12 head lines the proposed new legis- ,.,1,OCI the new bulkhead law. At the more on US-301 which has ser-

Florida Statutes the law which now lation uses the term "demarkation l.. r big protest meeting held last vice stations galore. (That'snothing
to fresh Damage to the berry crop year In Keystone Heights, they but a feeble Joke, as
the regulations establishing
criteria for
applies same line" and sets up -
/' advised that the proper the outfit is really searching for
was not severe, we are told were
Water lakes as were previously applied such line in a manner that i1 : and may In fact have helped to course of action was to seek petroleum and natural gas de-

only to salt water bodies and tidal should be a vast improvement over the ) delay production until the mar- changes in the law that they posits.)

lands. vague procedures now prescribed. In keting season later on. They objected to.

simplest terms, the bill provides that Ten miles an hour was speed limit in city of Starke tell us that berries can standa 0 .

To put it in a nutshell one property the bulkhead line (or demarkation line) years ago. lot of water and while that

owner voiced his approval of the pro- shall be based on "physical evidence"of the may wettest be true bunch we must of berry have And here in Bradford County\ Along with just about every-

posed legislation by saying "It givesus where the water's edge was at the Ten Miles An Hour Was Limit plants in the state because the the persons who want to havea one else, we wish it would quit

the rights we thought we had all time the body of water came under soil Is soaking wet and it takes drainage district establishedknow raining for a change.: Sam

the time." jurisdiction of the state.In In Starke 50 Years AgoAt only a heavy mist to start the now where they stand according drives what he calls his Little
alleys flowing again in the to an opinion given the Red Wagon and while it is a
fields. commission by its attorney dandy little car, and the makers
Chief among these rights are: discussing the proposed new legislation the close of what may be played on- Sunday, or who county\ Theron Yawn. Those sometimes claim that It floats,

-The right to clear vegetation out Sen. Richard Stone of Dade come to be known as "The engages In,manages,promotes side-, i persons may petition circuit he has no desire to find out

of the water and clean underbrush and County who assisted in its drafting, Permissive Decade"the or advertises theatrical any circus, other court for establishment of a if that is true. Lately he's
1960's It is well to look back show, opera, or
debris from exposed beach in frontof said that efforts would undoubtedly be and see how far we have departed performance" on Sunday. From Malcolm Harrell we drainage district but it is understood been singing Anchors: US-301 AweIgh"on but
owner's upland property. of Starke in 1914 hear that farmers over in the that they also will hitting ponds on
the made to amend it in the Legislature, from the "restrictive" Citizens taxes it's no fun when you have to
Brooker section to accept special
;-The right to "simple fill or dredge" lead to philosophy that prevailed in the were protected from an odd are planningon agree
but promised to a pre- undesirable planting pepper, cukes and levied in that district for the lift your feet In going through
to combat erosion; but not the rightto serve as much of it intact as possible. 1910-20 period. assortment of from watermelons, among other Improvements they want them.
better ranging
tells the story characters
add land out into the main bodyof Nothing He about.
than the pages of an old 1914 "stubborn children" to "com- spring crops. reported brought
the water in such a manner as to like the Lake that! it is wet In the
With an active group Code Book published by the mon pipers and fiddlers. The 0 .
constitute an encroachment upon the Region Citizens Committee spear- City\ of Starke, when the auto- list included rogues and vaga- fields in that section, and whenit

state-owned submerged lands. heading the fight, the chances of pas- mobile was still something of bonds, idle and dissolute per- it is is wet in the there flat, lands you know of Brad-how By including an item about And the other day, when goIng -

-The right to dig a channel of not sage of the new law is greatly en a noveltand\ "stubborn sons who use juggling or un- ford County.; drainage in this column we from Lawtey to the State

more than thirty feet width and of hanced. If it should turn out to requirea children"fine.According were subject to a common lasful night-walkers games, runaways, pilferers -, know we've done just what sur- Farm, Sam passed a big St.
such length and depth as to allow "March on Tallahassee" to assure heavy to the 1914 ord- common railers and .wr veyor Merrill McMillan says-- and Bernard seemed dog undecided, which looked whetherto up

reasonable use of a boat to get out passage of the legislation then every inances It was unlawful "to brawlers, and "persons who The Lake Region Citizens we write get about a drainage heavy mist every in time the chase and chew! up that red
into the main body of water In cases run or drive any motor car neglect their calling or em-
owner of waterfront property on a Committee is continuing effort county. Incidentally, we know no toy on the highway or whe-
where a channel is deemed necessaryby meandered fresh water lake should motorcycle, or bicycle at a ployment, misspend what they to rally cupport for legislationto one who is more familiar with ther to catch it and give it
rate of speed exceeding ten can earn, and do not providefor
the County Commission.The gladly join in the fight to protect their miles per hour within the town themselves or for the sup clarify the rights of lake- this area as at one time or a decent burial.

right to construct a dock or property rights which have been of Starke." port of their families."

pier up to 25 feet out into the lake threatened by at least two State agen- it was also provided that Shade trees along the city; ', ,.....=.;:=::::::: :::::::::::::.:...... "
after application to the County Com- cies in recent months. all motor vehicles must streets were protected by ordinances SENIOR
mission and payment of a $5 fee. sound their horns at least 50 in 1914.-"II any person FAil M AND RANCH
from each street cross- shall injure shade tree
Longer structures may be built only Whether it's called a bulkhead line any CITIZENS
Ing, and shall continue to in the public streets or squares
after an investigation of the site bythe or a demarkation line, the waterfront sound them until they have of the town, by himself, his By George T. Hugging ,

Commission.One owner has a right to know wherehis passed the Intersetlon." It is children, or any horse or muleor c:;OUNTY AGENT
to imagine the bedlam cow of his, he shall be
ends and State-owned easy
property Lural Extension Service At last meeting, one min-

; of the important facts is that property begins. His chances of deter- ordinance that would were result enforced If this today.old liable fine, of upon not conviction more than, to$25 paya ," r. :::::::::AgricullWhen :::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: ute of our silence was observedin

the bill permits these things by application mining this seem a lot more sure The maximum penalty; for via the old code book stated. loving memory of Mrs.
to the County Commission, under provisions of the restric- of soil in a given area to be George McManus, who died on
proposed new lating the speed limit or horn- By 1932, some of the you describe crop con-
without the necessity of going to Talla law. blowing laws in 1914 was a fine tive ordinances had been modi- ditions in a newspaper writinga different. I read that within Dec. :25.: Accordingly, one of
of $100 or 30 days In jail. fied, but others stood as few days before publicationthere the plow layer depth there of her last wishes was carriedout
Trains were also the sub- originally written. Drivers Is always that dangerof about ten million pounds ; Instead of flowers, she
ject of stiff regulations with were still required to sound conditions being differentat soil on a five acre field. If requested that a donation be
I What..No ? soil in a five acre field to the Starke Public LIbrary -
the given
'Berry Queens an ordinance limiting their a horn, gong, or bell when press time. That was true
looks to have about the same to purchase a book on
speed to four miles an hour crossing an intersection or last week when I stated that
within the city.\ According to turning a corner. And all per- White Dutch Clover and Rye color, texture, drainage and antiques. It was unanimouslyvoted
of the upcoming Strawberry tillage practices,one composite that a check be presented -
Sponsors considerable honor to be the 1914 code: "It shall be the sons driving motor vehicles Grass had not been seriously
of the It is a represent this five to Mrs. Martha Minx
Queen Contest-- a highlight duty\ of all persons operating were required to stop at the damaged. Even these two pas- sample may
annual Bradford County Fair and chosen as North Florida Strawberry trains or locomotives in the request or signal of any per- ture plants are not adapted to acres. A composite sample of for this purpose in which a
Queen and the committee is at a the riding driving "a Dutch Clover !an acre is made by taking a plaque be inserted in her mem
Springtime Festival-- are a bit puzzled.In Town of Starke to cause son or res- grow in mud! White three to six
loss to understand the reluctance of bell of such locomotive to be tive horse." is always on our low or number of plugs, ory.
is not before crossing street, Speed limits had been relaxedto soil Rye Inches deep, and mixing It was also voted to confer
been conslder- local girls to enter. Beauty rung any moisture-holding
there has for the -
the past these together composite an honorary lifetime member-
and trainor 20 miles an hour In the busi- do lit-
lane, or alley, no Grass should always a
ble criticism and objection becausethe the only factor involved as girls are locomotive shall run ness section, and 25 In residential tle better when top-seeded on sample of the field. From ship to Charter Member Jes-

contest was not limited to Bradford judged on talent, and their appearancein through town at a greater rate areas, with the exception pasture with, or suitable for, this mixture, we send about one sie Bowden,, ,who is convales-
County girls. It was explained that bathing suits and formal wear. of speed than four miles per of some of the busiest areas, clover. These two crops will half pint of soil to our labor-Florida cing in the Gainesville Nursing -

this,, would defeat in some measure The winner receives a cash award hour." where the limit remained at take heavy rains when the water atory at the University This\completeand Home, 1020 SW. 16th Ave.,
for the test. would
well considerable publicity and In 1914 it was also unlawfulfor 10 mph. Trains were now allowed runs off or disappears in Gainesville. Jessie appreciate
Fair and Festival as is
the purpose of the thorough mixing neces- letters cards or vis-
trains or railway cars to to proceed through town few days. No pasture grasses -
North Florida the opportunity to appear in a placeof when we realize that the its at this time. We sincerely
which is promoted as a block an intersection in town at 20 mph, but their crossing- or clovers recommendedfor sary
attraction in order to draw wide at- honor at various functions duringthe for more than ten minutes. blocking time had been cut to growing in our area can laboratory uses only In about a hope that she continues on the
of soil makingthe
tendance.But year. Back In those "blue law" five munutes.In survive indefinitely in water- tablespoon mend.
the ordinances later code books, of have had test. Our recommendationsare New members to our club
days, city\ reflected many sogged soil like we
daugh- a public concern for the old laws, indicative of slower for this length of time. made from the test results are Marian and Harrison Bach-
So mothers encourage your
that the contest has been We
the card. are
now shown on elder also Ada and Karl Hoist.
the the morals, as well as the moving and more restrictiveeras During the past few days I
limited to candidates from Clay, Union, ters to perk up and compete for safely; of Individuals. Dunday have been dropped.No have heard several folks say always happy to talk to you An Audit Comm. of three,

Baker and Bradford Counties there honor of being 1970's Strawberry Queen. entertainment was frowned upon that they have never experienced about soil sampling and soil Della Speed, Lilly Johnson and

still seems to be reluctance on the This is the plea of the contest sponsors with fines up to $100 or longer is it considered weather conditionslike testing. Some of our better Ada Hoist, volunteered check

part of local girls to enter. and one which we heartily en- 30 days in jail provided for necessary to regulate cornman we have been through dur- growers will not fertilize pas- the financial status of our club
ture or crops before havinga at Treasurer Emma Morton'shome
dorse. persons engaging In managing, pipers and fiddlers and so ing the past month. Fishermenare
promoting, or advertising "any far no new ordinances have finding water staying in soil test. Growing a crop .
The Junior Woman's Club Committee game of baseball, football, bas- been written to deal with the"hippies" places longer than they have or maintaining a pasture is The 8th Anniversary of the
Sponsoring the upcoming contest reports Who has more right to represent ketball, or other like game to of the late 1960's.It's ever seen before. Quincy Rosier too expensive and the risk too Bradford Senior Citizens Club
that so far not a single candidate Bradford County's beautiful straw- told me Monday morning great for you to take a chance will be celebrated at Holiday
that there is a need for a Inn. We at least 35
has entered the competition and the berries than a Bradford County beau- that he has about worn out expect
material increased
liming or members and guests, plus representatives -
". his rubber boots from boggingin
deadline is set for February 20. ty?
o woman's the mud. He can't remembera phosphate or potash. of the Starke Recreation -
Talking about changes and Dept. who have also
the soil
when was
./ more period mushy than It was last competition, we are experiencing been invited.

I Words To Live By &!!IJI@bBy [ week. production this more season.and This more makesit each We the will Holiday meet Inn in at 11:45 the lobbyof a.m.

necessary that we do our All arrangements have been,
:. help it. I have done my best. Some of our good farmerssay very best in the most econo- completed. We hope the wea-
;Through the thoughtfulness of a Martha Sue McCain smell the soil mical way. We all know that ther is fine and all membersand
they can
friend we recently had the privilegeof "If I have a philosophy of life County Extension and tell whether or not there the market demands quality\ guests are in good health
And Ma- F Some extra practicelike for this annual whichwe
"Caters Skeeters products. event
reading advice to give to the young it Home Economics Agent Is a need for some liming
or an application of lime or are sure will be enjoyedby
lary" by the late Judge E.C. May ruined until material. Maybe so, but I do
is that a man is never an extra spraying may be need- all.
of Inverness describing the rough he thinks he is, and then there is .... not believe they can whether tell the the ed to meet this demand.An Wishing you a hearty;
and of early Florida. roasts and steaks, flank steaks, amount or
ready days nothing left to build Upon. Common HOW TO SELECT example Increased competition appetite,
soil needs high-calcium or
GRAPEFRUITThe bottom round and eye-of-round
BEST is the Import of fresh
% sense dictates a reasonable and well- early months of the year steaks and roasts and brisket. dolomitic limestone. I do not from Mexico. I read
;: Though many of Judge May's experiences products Joe Kerrigan
: when the
believe tell
thought-out approach to our problems Cook these by pot-roasting or they can
usually find the grocery store last week that during the 1964-
were fascinating what ap- and whatever else one does it seemsto filled with grapefruit an braising in any grade. phosphate, potash or mag- 65 season, Mexico produced
pealed to us most of all was the sound me a destructive lack of intelligence excellent source of vitamin l:. nesium Is 'extremely low or 5,187,000 pounds of fresh Race Track Funds
if It is about right.
ruled his and MONEYSAVINGMAIN high, or
philosophy bewailone's Grapefruit is always ready strawberries. Last season they
to and begin to
give up
I believe that soil test
which, if practiced would right many eat when you buy it. For best DISHESIn a good produced 43,148,000 pounds. Running AheadOf
of our present times. fate as soon' as .something goes eating, look for firm, well- this country, the average is your best assurance In sam- This is a 732 per cent increase.
prongs* wrong. shaped fruit, heavy for its size. family spends well over a thirdof pling soil, it is Important to remember In our way of thinking, this is Last Year
each food dollar for foods that 'the test is onlyas
have :
Thin-skinned grapefruit nearly four million flats of
:::Said the judge: "This is a hard world and some- more juice than coarseskinnedones. used In main dishes, like good as the sample taken strawberries. Even with this Bradford! County received a$39ooo

':'"In retiring from public life I have it tries men's souls. But if If a grapefruit is pointedat meat, poultry, ;.fish, eggs, and that the sample must represent competition our products will payment of race track
that I have times It's to cheese dry beans and dry the area in question. money for January represent
the comfortable feeling the stem end, likely sell if they meet the consumer
faith with the public who have you have what it takes the trial by be thick-skinned. Rough, ridgedor peas. This may seem like too There is a right and a wrong demands. Our farmers know ing an Increase of $11.000 over

kept I fire will make you stronger and give wrinkled skin can also indicate much. If you're budget mind- way to take a sample. It Is this and they are producing good the amount received for the
so signally honored me; that have you courage to rise up and try again." a thick skin, pulpiness ed, you're probably always possible for each square foot quality\ food products. same month in 1969.
performed my duty under all circumstances and lack of juice.Grapefruit looking for ways to cut the cost

as I saw it at the time, without financial ruin and often has skin de- of meals. You need to consider Racing allocations are made
fear of any man or unearned rewardor Although he faced fectssuch as scale, scars, more than just COST In mak- from November through June,
the hope thereof physical dangers in the rough phosphatemining thorn scratches or discolor- ing comparisons. You also need 1 and so far this season each

country of those early ation. These usually do not to take into account what all Florldla county hu received

days Judge May's philosophy brought} affect the eating quality.; Avoid the main dish contributes to the $142,500 from this source. This
: "I have given all I had to whatever him through unscathed. Perhaps if we grapefruit with any of the meal. For example, lasagna or urn is $30,000 greater per coun-

task I have undertaken, and if I have justas following defects: soft, discol- chers salad is practically a ty than the amount received
it it would us
failed it was because I could not applied serve ored areas on the peel at the meal In itself, while fried during the same period In the
well today. stem end. water-soaked chicken or meat loaf provides N h'Jfit previous season.

:-., areas. loss of bright color, only the main protein food.
," and soft and tender peel that Main dishes extended with breador

".. breaks easily with finger pres- cereal foods are often a-
., sure. These are all symptomsof mong the thriftiest choices.! Jax Pilot Club"
The Bradford County decay. Examples are chicken and
'- dumplings, macaroni and To Stage Annual

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ECONOMY CUTS cheese, and spaghetti and meat :
ARE NUTRITIOUSA sauce. Milk and cereal are an Antique ShowThe
: 1879 good cut of beef is alwaysa economical source of protein Interact Aids MarcK of Dimes Pilot Club of Jacksonvillewill
favorite whether for special that you can serve any timeof

Go... '\ ,.,. family meals or parties. The day. If you'd like a bulletin Eight of the Interact Club public: is reminded: that these que Show hold, its January 21st Annual 28-31, at Anti the
aBible) most tender cuts are porter- with over 150 recipes for who braved 30 degree people are contributingtheir
members young
MfMataFLORI is house, T-bone club and sIr- economical dishes, call our offIce George Washington Hotel, Jack-
God-his ,
This read
way per. weather to conduct:: a time, sometimes:: in freezing sonville.
.. A ESS fect.-II( Sam. 22:30). loin steaks or roasts. All may for Main a..copy of" "Money block for the :March cfi Dimes weather to help overcomethe
Saving Dishes.
be cooked by dry heat, which
Life is lived moment by mo- tragedy: of birth defects. dealers will
means roasting in the oven, (lit vow, I-D Ricky Fifty exhibit and
ASS 0 ,tT 0 N ment. The secret of getting the broiling, or pan frying. Moder- the Otd'1Vmu Frick, Ray Jordan, and David "Please give generously strikesour to sell their wares at the show

most out of this particular moment ately tender cuts, which are Kirkland: ''standing 1-ri David combat: this enemy that which opens dally at 12:30: and
u UUU'O "
\J JE. lies in our viewpoint. In usually a good buy, Include u McRas Paul Faulkner David children, the chairmanurges. Closes at 10 p.m., except Saturday

doing first things first, and Important rump roasts, sirloin tip roasts, Savage. Ore; Riherd.: and Jimmy when closing time Is 6 p.m.

,. tasks that should be blade chuck roasts and steaks Crosby. All
proceeds will benefit the
top round roasts and steaks lJ The boyswarkel: four: hours
L. MATTHEWS Editor-Pubisber done, we feel a sense of prog- waonqa club's many charities. Recently
and shoulder clod roasts. Cook :; and brouiht In ovr $100 for FEP PETE'S
Published each Thursday and entered as Second ress and purpose. This moment these with dry heat in the Prime the fight a71'.nst birth: iefecW. SAKE- _ a. bus was donated the ArthriUs -

Clam Matter at the! Post Office at Starke, Florida blesses us as we look for the and Choice grades. Some of the I a More road bloks: are plannedfor GET Foundation of north Floridato :

under Act of March 3rd, 1871. blessing in it, as we relate it less tender cuts are often the I the remainder of January, IT __ take patients t the workshop

Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outalde to the whole of our day, realiz- best buy and are as nutritiousas "Modern girls adore spin according to Robert D. Burch RIGHT! and clinics. Next month the

trade area: I year, $5.50 ing it is important, for it is the the most expensive cuts. ning wheels-four of them chairman of the drive The club opens a Girls' Club in aiowtncome

moment we are living. These Include shoulder arm and a spare." housing area.
JAN. 22,1970 ir t

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By Mr. D. E. DDII


Mr/'and Mrs. Howard Rubinof ...

Jacksonville were Sunday
visitors of Mrs. Putin's aunts,
Mrs. Bertha Mcbtiosh and Mr%
Ethel Tidwell.
Ronnie Knight left Sunday for
his Coast Guard assignmentat

Jupiter, after several weeks
here with his family Mr. and 'j
Mrs. J.W. Home. .
Sunday dinner guests at the 'I I .?

Lynn Halls were Mrs. Jessie i
Chastaln and Mr. and Mrs. I

Raleigh Brannen of Bedford ..
Lake. Thursday dinner guestsof

Mr. and Mrs. Hall were FOOp S ,
the Brannens and Mr. and Mrs, SORBS FOOD STOa
H.A Lawson of Starke. Mrs. .1r I
Bell Brown, Mrs. Ozzie Eas-

terling of Keystone Heights, s e e ,
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Brannen A /

were bowling In Gainesville last :

week.Attending the Bible Confer- PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK JAN. 2228WD t

ence at Trinity Baptist ChurchIn I d ,' W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROUNDSTEAK t

Jacksonville las Friday eve- BRAND CLUB OR SIRLOINSteak W-D BRAND LEAN GROUNDBeef
ning were Rev. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Hamel, Mr and Mrs. Cla- '

rence Melton and family, S
Charles Hicks, Otto Hicks, La-
mar Brown, Otis Melton, Mike l
Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. Wlldun
Stinson and family.Mr. .. r
and Mrs. Jim Hunterof
Myakka City were overnight

visitors of Mr and Mrs. Don. 4.;, I

Hill Volunteer Saturday.workers 09 Itwr 9I

assist- ,,,, ,,,,ra11NU.
ing Mr. Alderman's mowing USDA CHOICE
job, with clearing( and hauling, W.O BRAND .S.. CHOICE
cleaned up the old Hampton $
elementary school grounds last :
Saturday. ;More help will be
needed before it can be used I lB. $119,
for recreation. If able to assist u.s ciioicE

with this project, please notify
Harold Waters. $129LB W.D BRAND TENDER CUBE

Hampton City Council amended LB. PKG. ;
the licensing ordinance in STEAK$139

a special meeting at the city
hall Monday night.

The Board of cuuiuy Commissioners
of BI''
Florida: w 11 receive sealed bras
to be opened at 10.00: A.l. un SUPER6RAND COTTAGECheese
the morning/ of )February 2nd1KTO SUNNYLAND FRESHSausage

following In the: courthouse (or the 2 69C Ham oaWHO: EF 59C Tenderloins $119FRESH 2 PIICG. $i 139
. This bid will be for the year 1B. .
beginning February 2nd and

than This 1.package Regular 94 bid octane.will bid.Gasoline be considered not less asa. Cheese . LB.89c Pork Roast 1B 58C Neck Bones LB 25C Turkey Roast 'S;2E $299FRESH


quart Motor Classifications a.. .Motor cans Oil. will and 65 Casa 1>S gallon'.API Available Lots Service drums.In 21 Spread . -. 49CWHITE Pork Steak LB, 69C Cheese 1 r: : 99C Fish Fillets LB69c

9.Xli: Grades 10 W thru. 40 W.
This 011 i Is. to iiieet requirements/
of engines operating under serevice
classifications U. S. This
Oil Is to meet requirements for ir
Military specifications M I LL45199 ,- li ; ASTOR ALL GRINDS
for high output diesel ARROW y COOKING OIL
engine crankcase oil. It shall
also meet the manufacturer's I'I'i '
r.omm r. atlons for series 3 i hlp tl I N
:ubrlcntt n.
4. Motor oil In case lots 24
Quart cans anti 53 gallon; drums i 9 I 1
to meet API sUr! "U-e class !MM I I"I"' i i i'P' 1 itlfesson38OZ.
MS ft DO available!>> SAE l /

Gr military 6.

Grade 90 and 140. 5 gallon nna6S
gallon drum Gear lubricate 'k
must. meet M I L-L 2105 speci ,. 1 With $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.

fica 6.1101\Multi-purpose. grease In rr" illl l 1t'
15 lb. containers, ,,
7. All No. 2 fuel and kerosene i
to b. supplied to the courthouse p
Agricultural Complex. Health
Clinic and County Jail. The successful I PIP
bidder will purchase from I IIVd I
the present .supplier all under b ''+I i
companygDrlces.nt at major oil hl

The board reserves the rightto 1
reject any or all bids.
(SEAL) !
Inman D. Green '
Inman D. Green. Clerk w A a I
1S t 1-:2 fylF

In The Circuit Court Of The i ''
F.lchth Jinllrlnl Circuit Of Flnr- ( 4 CAN
ida Innd For Drndford Count
Cn; .Vo.
j'i.r Lee Coney. Plaintiff.vs .
. H. C. Conev. Defendant
To 4110 Miami; N.H. W Florida C. Coney 15th Avenue that Seeded Rolls 2/39c/ Potatoes 3/89c Tomato S'ce 10/$1. Fruit Cocktail 15CReq

You Are Herehv
an action for divorce hns been 2 Roll Pkg AURORA WHITE,ASSORTED Big ARROW WHITE &ASSORTED No. 303 Con LIBBY Om. Style or W. K, Sue COMET

filed written Eugene required' avainst defense .serve Shaw you.. If.a and copy any attorney you to"f It your are for nn Bath Tissue 3/87c/ Paper Towels 4/l./ Gold Corn 95c Cleanser . 2/29c/

p'la.ntrr.11", .... address Is 142
.Vert Call jO're"t. P. O. Tlox 10 6. 1201.THRIFTY MAIDCorned No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID No. 303 THRIFTY MAID 3 Sv.ALASKA OR LARGE lb. Box CRACKIN'GOOD DIXIE

the 3" Forlda with 32091 the and clerk file of Beef 59C Bart. Pears 4/$1. Swt.: Peas 6/$1. Jumbo Pies 3/l./
the above styled court on or before .
February 5. 1970;
judo-mend may be entered No. 2Vj' Can THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIATomatoes 44'ox. THRIFTY MAID IOC/1' or. Con THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE OR l'/3 Lb. loaf DIXIE DARtiNG, BUTTERMILK

gainst Witness qdad; In you my the for hand oomplalnt the and relief the or seal petltt'ln. damn -- 3/89c/ Tomato J'ce 31./ Tomato Soup A8/$i. Bread . 2/49/

of said Court on January 7,
]omen. D. GreenAs
By R Clerk.ulah of M.sold Moody Court OCOMA MEATPinner GOLDEN RIPE fe SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR ICECream
A. J>.Puy Clerk
1.15 H 2.5


Notice In. hereby, given that
the umlcrslnnt-d und r the pro- B.U. .
,vMnn of rhapter. 20.951) I..wa
of Florida. Apt nf 1941. will r"-
Rlnter. with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for Bradford "ALL FLAVORS
County, Florida<< upon proof of
publication of thl notice of the
fictitious name. of Hampton Recreation .
Center under which were THRIFTY MAID

201.William enaaaedn Hampton, !J., 'Florida DouKhman badness. at p Box, O. FOR Potatoes 10 BAG' 69e Coffee Rich 4PINTS, $l00 Ice MilkHALF

Box im. Hnmptun. Fla.

Hox OeorKi SOI.n Starke.t.anef Fla. Berries 3 $100 1 79CWASH. 49
Dated this 14th day of January PINTS Oysters .PKG. GALHALF
A. D. J97- at Starke. Bradford -

22 4tJ 2.12 CHICKEN, BEEF 13 $100 1 GALLON
OR TURKEY Apples FOR Potatoes 49e


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Ml. Kisco. M. Y. (Special; ) A Ua N. I 16.eree ltd t '' Ono why :r r.

report on nerve deafness has been c.. EXTRA ; EXTRA ; Potatoes e 4 tat S9c Tapping .ot S9c : EXTRA ;: EX..RA.Suo..d .

prepared Deafened in to America plo ;ld.; .:with the information Nerve i d7GREEH/ STAMPS d7// GREEN STAMPS Solo' Su r'' G.. r..., '0..0 I.. ,. :' dN..- ,.GREEN..... STAMPS.-..".... -. : I I dw-' GREEN STAMPS H'

regarding, the most relent: Re aN1otlNlossalf tdar tar Oleo 3 ,I..a1$1O0) Dinners fA S9c i lIG ; oNlrla runoueou; ;
habilitation help. rAUeno rAaes W 0 CHO"IO '. IOfAOIO ,
r""dS 'u v G. b? NA tOl4
Years of knowledge understand I BEET ROAST ; PIM. CHESt ; 1 BEEF STEAKETTES SHRIMP CHUNKEES ;
ing. and Mudy have made Ihis re 0000 INIU JAN r/ ,, GOOD TNIU LAN. 71 1 Rutabagas lio Punch . ,AN 25 GOOD tN1UAN.. II. 0000'HIU 'LAN 7No. / ,
port poss.."'.:. 6, No. 7 1 No I. ." ...,.. No.9.. I
The author of this report says:
"If you can hear hut don't under r .EXTRA : '
stand. if words run together do EXTRA EX'S-R EX'TR! EXTRA EXTRA
not become frustrated there n I ( % d7i GREEN STAMPS. d_ > dw ;

hearing rehabilitation help for i 40... -tow NO 10'0 CAN .... fro ? 16.. S" ; o..t USOA 01 A' 'II ou BAO
)'ou." 0"IOUtN SLut IA' SlUI"lOW, mf 10"1 OuCrIOtIN r11NCNlr ,
For your FREE report at no /; ,..., PEANUT GUTTER .,,.... TUNA /ISH r N ,..., iAaRIC SOPTENER ,,., TILE CLEANER TURKEY .' POTATOES /'
cost or obligation write to SOUND .r. 0000 fN1U IAN.r1 w 0000 TNIy JAM. It Z w 0000 MIU IAN. r/ OaOD TN/ULAN r1 OOOO MIU LAN 71 ,
EAR. INC.. 121 Smith Avenue. Ne. I No 7 No 3 Ne JAN 71 Ne S No. 10., +
Mount Kisco. N. Y. 10349. A post
card will do. Adv



Veterans Must will terminate on Feb. 1. All is in progress through Friday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
\ Service
!n."t" j members are asked to cooper- this week with Rev. David Ma- Worship at 11.

\I' ., 'J,; Submit W-2 Form ate with this activity.BETHLEHEM this and Rev. Willie Young in 6 p.m. The Junior Choir
,+ 4". music for Sunday
'i.J; Free Will Baptist charge. Music will be providedby will furnish

:y4H With Tax Return CommunityNews Church, Rev. Jasper Williams various choirs in the city. services.
4r pastor. Sunday School, .. .-..'_.... ..........
Veterans released from ac- 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11.

tive military service who can The Church Anniversary will .

not locale ,their W-2 Withholding be observed Sunday with din- SEE US FOR :

Statement, which they received i ner on the grounds at 1:30.

at the time ct separation Evening Service, 6 p.m. Mon

t m will need such forms be. day night, Choir No. 1 rehearsal. CASH

fore turn filing for the their income calendar tax year re By Elizabeth; Givens Walker 3 and. Tuesday Ushers night Board, Choir No. 1 will No. -1 $ EXTRA $ i

.. 1969. .. .... ,, meet. Wednesday night Prayer
h RECREATION NEWS- Meeting Thursday Night, Lad- ,. .. Don't let a lack of money .

M. T. Dixon of the NEW ORGANIZATIONThe ies Circle. Friday night I Can y .. q ,
Division All basketball fans are Invited -
in the
young people are If it's for arA .
Circle meeting. Saturday night
worry you.
vY"F d of Veterans Affairs, said those to attend the City League
of forming a club for
process dinners will be sold from the
who find themselves In need of baseball each Saturdayat we'll'
games the betterment of our young worthwhile .
kitchen. All members and purpose, ,;
a replacement for lost W-2 9 a.m. In the RJE gym. Your adults. All interested persons, invited : ;. )
friends cooperate
forms, may obtain them by support is needed.ANNOUNCEMENT, 18 and up, men and women, with these are activities. Sf arrange a personal loan ::
contacting the various branches are invited to join. The club '
of the Armed Forces, suchas :: will meet each Friday nightat MT Revival : fJlh'0 ... to meet your needs with :
Rev. George Young pastor. -
Club Horse Pro prant the Army Military Pay Division Dell Chapter 168 will hold a Jenkins Recreation Centeron services closed last Friday '
called meeting Thursday, Jan. ti's'V terms to fit your budget. : :
Finance Center Department Grove St. The help of the night with 18 converts.Rev. .

Discussed Jan: 29 of the Army, Indianapolis! 29, at 8 p.m. All membersare youth is needed in the ground David Mathis was in charge of "

To Be Indiana 46429; Navy, Bureau of asked to be present and work. Please give us your co- the meeting. Baptism will be CALL OR VISIT US TODAY .

Supplies and Accounts. Depart on time. operation. Contact Miss V.Jen- held on the first Sunday morn- :

Randy Joyner, son of Mr. and :Mrs. Royce Joyner of ment of the Navy 13th & Euc kins for information. Ing in February. Parents of
Loans To $600
Hampton is a 1.11 member with his horse project. lid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio SHOWER Rev. S.R. Johnson and Mrs. EBENEZER Baptist Church, the converts are invited to at- I

.Randy and his parents are interested in a County 4-11 44114; Air Force Finance Cen- Doanna Sermon Johnson will Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- tend the services.Sunday School
ter, Department of the Air will conclude services for TOWN FINANCE CO.STAKKE
day services will be concludedwith .
Horse Program.A be honored with a miscellaneous : .
Force, 3800 York Street Denver, shower on January 31 at Sunday School at 9:45: and Sunday at 10 o'clock with :Mrs. .
people between 9 and 19 yearsof Colorado 80205; Marine Corps, Anna Wright in charge.
BYPU at 5 Bible Study
meeting b !sfiscu o-gan. 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. p.m. 226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. .
Biadfojd County 4-H age who have horses and Commandant CD, U. S. Marine and Mrs. C.C. Chambers on each Tuesday at 7 p.m. Prayer GREATER ALLEN Chapel .

zing Club n Horse Program will! be are 4-H not Horse in 4.H.Program Through a County these Corps, Washington, D. C. 20380. U.S. 301, South Starke. p.m.Meeting The Men's each Day Thursday program, 7 kins AME pastor.Church A, Revival Rev. C.E.Meeting Jen- ...................

held the Agriculture B uM-
at \
young people could belong
ing in Starke at 7:30:
the 4-H organization! and at the
Thursday Jan. 29. same time learn more about 11
Dr. Bill: G. Jackson State. THIS IS IT
horses and horsemanship. They
Horse Special: with the Agri- can also participate in such
cultural Extension Service, t
contests and:! activities! as horse
will discuss the State 4-H Horse Judging, showmanship showing
Program and the activities of
at halter western pleasure,
number: of County: 4-H Horse
'western equitation! trail: riding:,
Clubs. He will: also discuss or-
and other competitive events. ( DISCOUNT/ STORES
ganizing: such a club in Bradford
This will be an international
County along with the
meeting and Is open to anyone' .l *
types of programs and activities PRICES QUALITY
Interested in horses or 4-H.
that will benefit 4-H Club
With sufficient Interest in the 8 e
work and the horse in-

'ber'dustiy.At of present 4-H there county members are a num-with ,meeting program two, will an For more orgpn'zitional held information County within s F1G1: SAVINGS i UP TO 1/2 OFF /master charg 'ersFAcfl., */

homes! and a number of young Agent'3 Office in Staike. ARMY.RIDAY .

os o N1 STORES
tl Quantity Rijhts *
J (
Florida Had In habitants SATUPAY COME IN s r


1,450 BC, Arch eologist Says / MEN'S POLE LAMP

said. In one hold dug by the f =- '. CHUKKA BOOTS

Recent findings on Marco Island searchers, they found the Beautiful COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES GALLON

16 miles off shore from. molds, the only remains of these decorator
Naples, on Florida's lower West pilings. "Made For Iuroer
Coast, indicate the area was inhabited pole lamp especially' washables
Several kinds of pottery ;
with i lovely J
human at least 'or Eagle I soft as a
by beings
shards were discovered in the multi color __ t,
3,400 ;years ago. diggings, including pieces of j shades T Army kitten 0 on
RossIorrell: Florida's state fiber-tempered decor- Navy a cloud
archeologist, told members of orange y r Sight 7 ft High I ..OL... Aods III the
ated pottery, the earliest type; .
6 B 't
w in to ,
the Collier County Historical intensity prevention
known in the world. Morrell
6 in. Top ? ,'nrldeww ,,
Society recently that radio said the results of the Marco

-carbon studies of artifacts dug excavations extended the rangeof quality :-J "
from shell mounds at the south \ .o :
the orange pottery 150 miles I YGU SAVE 100 .
ern end of the island show that further south in the United '; .. Eaglet
Inhabitants of what is now part States. "Handsomely styled in a '; Army.Ntvyleatl'e' :

of Collier County dated back f like finish,

1,450 ;years before Christ. According to Morrell, the dig- t1, Tricot lined ., '.:;' ,>
gings on Marco will tell the
archeologist'said that crepe
The sole3.ir9'Q
true story of what happenedIn Tan ....
from diggings in a
"kitchen midden" (refuse that the Glades area. 6 I2 U \A1I tiles BIG VALUES
These ancient peoples, Mor- YOU SAVE I 100 ,
gathered around the home sitesof
rell said seafarers and
the early; peoples) were car-
the of
discovery soapstone
bon dated.
shards in the diggings would \

Morrell explained that living Indicate there was some kind SUP0. _
things absorb the radio-active of trade route from northwest tDC /

isotope carbon 14, which deter- Georgia. The route and vehicles

iorates as the object dies. used are unknown. .

Scientific isotope can measurements determine the of date the njnpoivr' Of). CONDITION STAIK lli-MC:OR.tOMVt'MfY i LADIES' Ii MEN'S BASKETBALL AUTO SEAT COVERS

of death within a plus or minus OF MAUKU IN THE 81A1H' \

range of 100 years of the actual OK FLOHIIJV A'r THE CLOSE. I et SNEAKERS *
OK III "l\L."l'! Ufc-tKlltlbll: :: GRASS HOPPER Nylon
date. :II, 11(01)( MEN S CUSHION Foam in
These early inhabitants, ancestors Assets High or Low assortedcolors

of the Calusa Indians, Cash from, balances Ranks due '855,086.38 CREW SOCKS SNEAKERS top in White ,
probably lived in houses on U. S. Treasury I cs or Black Solid orSQ / 'Al

pilings over the water, Morrell Obligation Securities Of States 1.390,1U.04 Px Sizes & 13BOYS' Split seat 1

and Political Sub- 51SS4.3S :- C/ISHION- 5 10 4 NAT'LLY.R J :
dlvlxlons : '
JacksonvilleBusiness WhIte f
Other loans and : lOOT ADV. AT C
I discounts 2,016,62575 ,f. --or colors "" 4.98 \

Bank premises, furniture "--- /' 50zes yOU 9
and fixtures, Lraa:: .e-: "" 10 13 SAVE 77e u 'NREGS YOU SAVE / 9S ey
and other'esentlnc r

premises bank 101,37272 1 w'% '! JJJk4

TOTAL, ASSETS 4,415.68322 w

Liabilities 4J
DirectoryAuto Demand deposits of Individuals -
partnerships, __ ___
and poiatluns 1,61802201

Sales and Service Time of Individuals and, and savings corpora-, partnerships deposit- TWILL t BOYS' t, BOYS'FLANNEL EAGLE OIL FILTER A \

Parrish MotorsLES tions of United State 1,393,94278 I .
Government 28,038.59 ..\ Welded bee I /
Deposits of States and political PERMANENT % center core /
subdivisIons SHIRTS PAJAMAS Fits rnost \
854.41700 PRESS a AiGLE it cu

SERVICE VOLVO Deposits of com- (s Short Cozy warm popula* 4pr
mercial banks 10000.00 r makes
PARTS Certified\ and officers' f sleeves .a cotton gannet' )
check, etc 3S.0181Z 4" ) attractive Attractive
TOTAL DEPOSITS 3,944,238.50 I
Always Good Used Cars. (A) 'lotnl demand pla i ds prints
'' deposits 1.893,614.31B Multi colored _1 Sues Sues 6 16
921 Laura St. Ph. 336-5634' ( ) Total time and 2,030.634 elastic waist 6 16 ', 1.YOU SAVE 42c YOU SAVE 53C Vr4 VDI
savings deposits I
Other liabilities 107.769 13UAUlLlTlCS band, tipper R fi /
front: 4 i 1 dC/Iy0 I ';
l 952.007.82 _
YOU .y o mi

PEAVY Brothers Hesertes And Set-untie On Loses SAVE 480 1. '

Reserve for bad debt
Electric Co., losses on loans (setup s
pursuant to Inter-

Electric :MotorsSold Total nM! Revenue Reserve) On Servicerulings Loans 43.912.3\ BADMINTON SETS fHEAMO 'iHERMOS OR COLEMAN FUEL

Serviced Repaired und Steurltlex 43,9123) '
; Generators Starters Armature CiiylliO Awonnts Rackets with. YOU SAVE Sic Use with, all YOU SAVE 5ie
Common stock-total wooden handles i cata,ytlC heaters
: Rewinding. par value 100.000.00 .
plastic shuttle A
Lenox Jax 387-2528 No. Shares au- t camp stoves
1i40u ,
cocki 2
C poles lanterns
thr.rlxett 2,000
1....... No. Shares I nee .. 1
Outstanding 2,000 -.. .
PIANOS 100,030 00 4 PLAYIRS 1 '
J 1 Surplus I GALLON.ttt.n.r
Undivided profits 119763.09 4-7 $2.92. I cANC k57
YAMAHA PIANOS r ;, M '!!.>>-



Al'i'OUNTS 4,416,683.22Memer.ada CLEARANCE DUSTERS PANT TOPS 1
Avenge or total ALUE1 While they last! PERMANENT FAMOUS MAKER
deposits for the IS f '
, calendar days ending Wide legs in Denims I + PRESS J BAG
with call data 3,663,633.1 I I Double knits and cotton i Choose from a Choose from Dress
1ti. or
Average of total a variety of
1 ', \ Cordana and I
loans for the 15 rl l1 1 Assortment of Cotton styles long coat sue
an _
solids and In
calendar days end- pants 1 U sleeves I Long zIpperusorlment
Inn with call dnt 20184S287I. h of '
Sires "
f 3 SX upper
Margaret I. Miller\ Assistant ? > lovely prints, ripper
r KIMBALL "SWINiER" Vice President and C* hl.r / 7 14 1 9 v Sizes S "M' L I _i 14"54"O )
.' : of the above-named bank, do + 6 Sizes S M L +" 3 94 value! X4"
ORGANS solemnly affirm that this report ea'
of condition Is true and I vOU SAVE 62c YOU SAVE! TIC
Roosevelt Mall-388-8319
correct to the best of m)-
knowledge and belief. ptsytS i
Correct-Attest Margaret X.
:' WESTERN STORE Miller, 4 4
Charley E. Johns 11 S t e' ..'

B. O Epps --- > 7 1 1e
r H. H. Adams M D.
State of Florida.County .
of Bradford. eel s s e t
r t /
Western Store Sworn to and subscribed before -
me on thin 19th day of
January 1970. and I hereby certify MJ I sir s* 4t less w. sen, tt.t4K i e t. a4. y M* s M.ift.H4 ) .mu im uaiLM
>* n W. 4 M>SKnes uasraTU Miuas ani ia uvi 1 44o
I officer
Western Leather- that am not an or
Clothinfc director of this bank. 114*S.w. tt. n si ft.mtmi >- .w. TM>a MOIM MIAMI IVW 4 US M.W. 4S* USTOW OUH4>m MSS.iAU ml uaswaus MIW peist SKMVia
;; good Saddle fend Trailer SUAI.) IWrothv n Simmons >.<> Irit I4 *e H.W. J aase > t4HI1M MUMt I1M*H.I. ISM fc.sivd. tuu SUM ctuswane ID i ra M auiu'S weiem|iMO.caas iMa4| |
; Charles Sharon Petty Notary Public, State of Florida s.w.eon Mi * MKJ>aIM < IWSinW.
lIt terse.3fy *w. itasto* MUIUM M.MUUM aucM > > itJ*M. SMM tTM *M SU BOX 8. Edgvwood. 8M-UI10 commission expire July srn si ** 1.4 W. W l M.W. 4 >4 IHJ.IM.*. WUIHIVM(!) CUTUS SIS4M VT.BtnSS U l CltTSATISFACTION nsusMSMsamw.

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TELEKK APII JAN. 22 1970 .5
PAGE; 10 '- ,


r'Cattlemen ;. ,. ants of etarke Stunts, Florida, diaries! n. Plaintiff, vsPstVltna weak. for CALL FOR mos
./ I 8t rka. Florida: at 11:00: O clock Oayy been pubilnliuU' once a that INVITATION TA AID
A. M. on the 2nd da.y of February Friday." Jan IJ, 1 7U. at 7 o' H. Defendant tour cunnDuuliteeeks. the or- Notice la hereby given Commlnsloneis To All Interenteri. Pnrtlew,
M. 1-!b jjt 1-H2 Notion Of Suit ut the estate Board of County
clock P. the
1970 the following; described day address derlnf o( uiHtiluutton County. Flor The City Clerk City of Rtarke,
To Pauline H. aLuw'vuca of Brnriford
+ : tinul dlDunurne
and the bids for
I bids fort will I receive
,1 FrlpEmmeratn B. ft W. TV Model eetlosj lactation For, Bid. Unknown. notified. that Cuaby connell as Administrator ida will receive Denied abor and orIncidentals turn I In h,nR I Inbor rind materials
,,, 130 Ser. No. 1813232 You are hereby will cumt! beturs the Furnishing All
DIn Purcbuiie, or Uiiulpiiicat! *0* tor divorce has boen. Necessary To Maintain 'for construction of
4 Tables, 16 ChaJrs '1'ruva, -ltluu..o" Avrliil lim Lift an notion and you are Court, Air 8RWRK: RELOCATION
I 13 Bar Stool For 1'he City of Slurkp, fr'iurlUn filed against you of your Laurence Cosby Connell The Hentlnir. ..tercelAt IN !STATE' ROAD IB
I 1 Mag-lo Chef Ga. Range Sealed: Iropoitala. will be received required to defenses.serve' a If copy any. to It Laurenua Cuuby. Connell as Ail- Ing A"'I Plumbing Countv/ Courthouse: PMs will h 01 received until
1 Warren Dry Cell Ice Box the City Clark City written Powdit. mlnlstrator the Bradford Eastern Standard
,, F by n. Fields' Jr., 1-29 Aveixue 7:00 P. M
Y. 1 Phllco Air Condttloner of oStarl } w, n I7J9Rmeroo.; Color TV Bert No M. tUasiern: btanauid 'I hn..> on Palatka.I Florida 32077, and Building For The Bradford publicly opened thereafter at
'q February; >a>, 11170 and publicly P. original with the Clerk l NOTICR OP IVtENTIOV' TO Agrloulturnl Cen- the City Council Sleeting to beheld
1 Complete Bar with 3 stool opened thereafter at tint regular of file the the nbove otyled' Court on or nu .i!!!'iiit 6'IC'1'll'lUleAII: a:: 301 North Stnrke, Florida; on that ante.'
1 Complete Living suite two Council Meeting on that. otherwise that iter. Inopept the applle-
City 18. 1970 : la hereby ulven Onerntlng You mnv
end fabler. 1 cotter table, 2 date for purUmso of tli" following before Judgment February may be rnteretalalnet pursuant Notice" tu Section. Soj.O'J Flur And The Bradford Ktnergenev Yfiterke211974M1nt able drAw In..... specifications and
lamps, a demanded undersigned Center. \nrth at the office
equipment. for the relief Ida Statutes, lutfo, tliu 301 contract documents
w fii 1 Oreen recliner Chair Truck mounted aerial man-lift you In the complaint or 1.lIdll to iCB'stei' with grounds" February o-f the Architect.FnalneerRevnotAe ,
3 Complete Bedroom set with general purpose body Installed tha clerk of the Circuit Court DI30Sa.rnlet, the office Smith nnd Hills. 4019Bonlevnrd
1 Complete Dining Room Set ownei-fuirlvlied ve petition.Witness red nrlrn' (Post
on my hand and the In and tor iiiuuturd Cuuiity Circuit Court In the Bradford Center
1 Kelvlnator R..trlge..atorJIt:1aYJ hicle. day of ut piuuf ut of the at 4SSO. JnclcBonvllle, ,
9th. Courthouse
lrtI of said Court on this Florida, upon reueiut County Office BIT
: : Washer Ser. No. All equipment furnished shall 1970. publication cf this notice the Florida At itnld. time all Florldn 32:81.> anA it the officeof
January Stnrke
be In OULOI'dunce with the -specifications SEAM fictitious name of Lloyd' instrument received wll be publicly opened the Cltv Cleric, Sturlce. Flor
1 Speed Queen Dry..rO bldi
document 1
and oonttiot undur. whlclI And Rp..plfl"sl"nsmav
v D. liretnAs & Uautte read aloud IdlPlnn"
Inirmn and
.1.. Magic Chef Compartment pertaining thereto which Clerk of .nalil Court am engaged In bunlnvsa" at Huute Bidders' quallflrntlonn must be 1'1.. r>Hrchn'ert from Revn'
Range bo examined at the office l+la. Bnnrd of Hills In Jacksonville
1 Dinette Set with 4 chairs may By n..ulllhIf.. Moody I, Box 272-A: Stnrke sntlxfnctnry tn the olds. Smith nnd
Clark or utilities owner,,
the City sole
of Cniuloril. Florldn.
U. Boyd Commissioners
1 1 PhUeo Air Conditioner Director, Starke. Florida. A. 1.15t Z-G( .\, sinike Fla.- Countv nnABentdBeard '' ths right to
', d, DeputrJUrkIn Rt 1. Uux 2i'I: Countv, Florida< The Cltv re orve '
v4 tr'Cwi+ htH'N 1912 SeraNo e81888PBtemphoodh Specifications may ba. outal n- Dated this 8th dllY uf Janu ford shall lie the sole judge of waive Informalities In nnv bId:
+ Low High. Fldellty ed trom ,tho City Clerk Starke: ,* The mart Ot TheFCIor1Ai ary. A. D. 11)70 ut t ofRraefnr"
? 2 Warm Morning Oas Heaters.Dated Florida.};ach bid shall be addressedto "a"."Prolmte, Itrndford lord County', F'1- rldal-dt 1-29 cf County Countv.Clmml""lonpra Florida r..rv-. whole cnuse.or In nnd nnrt.wlth-nr trt nccent or without thebids
this 13th day of January of In
the City Council City Amos Williams Informalities will be
of Indirment
reEstnte tnvnlve that In Its
1970.SEAL In : the right
Elect OfficersNew ( ) Btarke. Florida of Equipment-'rruclr and marked'Purchase Deceased.' Person In The Circuit CnurbIAlghth In nnv hid nnd to accept he thelowest for! the hut 'lnt r..t of the City
Inman D. Green and T- All Creditors And JuUI.-lal llriult. bid which It considers to of Starke, Florldn
Mounted Aerial Man -Lift Claims Or Demands ConntT responsible, hid and to CTTY (" f1Yf 11.nG ..
Clerk Court Havlnic '
of Circuit office of the And Fwr Itrudloril
officers of the Cattlemen's :Association (from Bradford County Florida City delivered Clerk to City the of Starke Florida Against Said Estate: are here- la Klnrldn.Action rejqpt any rind nil bids CommlsM- 't''I'' CITTSTXRKR
of you Countv FtaAv
Moody nnd enrh Of !'!
left) : Julius :Marlowe, Pasco Weeks, J. R. Wainwright By Deputy Beulah Clerk M. of ,the either Bidder by who a leprasuntatlv shall., obtain by you notified. and required to pre- ; IS O.Fur OliOE'lton DivorceCllntt onus The Bnnrd Bradford. County Florida, Jnme.< F.. MoRift Chtilrman

Blair Harrison Art It 1-2J receipt therefor or by registered s'-nt any Imeeltherdof you It. Chesscr Plaintiff, Inmnn D. OreenBv Ex: OfflcloTClerk Attest.' Merrill Edwards,
Schulz. and Wilson Rivers. Not a mall with return receipt which you the estate of -vsUuibaia Ann Chewer, Defendant Inmnn D Oreen CItY Clerk 1-211
Board it
pictured, Dolph Reddish E. J. Lanum, and Rex Smith. requested. Amoa mny have Williams deceased lute Conwt. !. reserves the right County NOTICEIn
> The Coo r Jndce's The said County to the The SUtoOf
Informalities In any Florida The Name Of
And Foe Bradford Cosmty. to waive Bradford Cmintv.
Officers and directors for 1970 Subjects covered by qualified Florida. b/d. tOo reject any or all bids without In Judge, at of his office In the courthouse Florida Defendant In the WE HAVE THE GENUINE
with or
Tu The
were elected for the Bradford- epenkers Include beef cattle File ire whole or In part the of sold! County at Stnrke :
In Re: Estate Of Michael "Wle- cause and or to accept within nix calenAnrfl loose named cause e
Union Cattlemen's Association management promotion of the cholek Deceased. bids that In Us Judgment will Fla. of the Barhara Ann ChcsserResidence I t ,

at the December meeting !in beef cattle industry:! and ocher To all Notice creditors/ To Creditor and all persons be for of Starke.the best Floilda.City Intervals. of the.Cly athynhllcatontot demnnds thin Hhall notice.Earn be. Yuu Aie L'nknown llrrehyutlfled that 1/ '

Lake Butler. Elected to serve subjects of Interests to the cat- having claim or demandsagainst Council Of The City of writing claim or and shall state the suit tor divorce of thu nmirliiRebetween 1'lalntKf, wry r ,
leman. said estate Starke.. Florida In nnd poftt of yoa rind the ; 61Y a O /'
this year are: Art Schulz President brie been
Ton, and each of you ; are :By Merrill Edward !nsAdreensefelhs. rlMmnnt., and Unilton li. chcsHer WINDOW.fl. Ai1 l atf.' wi.. )FLEX-0-GlASS
; J. R. Wainwright, Vice Projects for the Association hereby. notified. and required to Merrill Edwards Cltf111erlU hall be sworn to hv the. clnlm- filed aKnlnHt.ChessiT you us Dcfendiintby us 1'1.111tltr ,
President; Julius Marlciw' SeeretaryTreesurer this year include' a booth at present any claim and demands ant her agent her. attorney Knrlton In the above styled Court
either of you, demand<
which you or rlnlm or
Directors the Bradford County Fair and estate ofMlrhael and any such and cause and you are required 1
are may have against the ... NOTICE OF INTn>T ON TO not xn filed shall be void.Wtlhelmenlix dotvnsu or answer = )GLASS0NETWYR0GlASS
Rex Smith. Dolph Reddish E. support cf Youth livestock: pro County Wlescholek.Florida late to the fBradford IlKOISTKIl FII-T1I10US' BronVsWltHEI.MENIA BROOKS An to to: the fllo Complaint your, ntt filed theietn .., e a"r.

J. Lanum, Wilson Rivers, Pasco jects and the Chamber of Commerce County Judge of Bradford Conntv. Notice Is NAMH hereby! given that executor, of the Ljint Will anilTtstnment with the Clerk,nriulfoid of the C'lrcult County ,.
Weeks, and Blair Harrison. Annual Calf Scramble. County Courthouse 'n Starke. the undersigned, under the provisions of Amos Wllllnms Court In and for, istiiiKii, l-'loiltl.i q
The Association meets the Membership in the Association Florida. within six month from of Chapter 20,9S3 LAWS deceased. ,2491 Courthouse amt; serer n copy thereof:: ,!Jr'ry'IS'tl;' )
on the date of the first publication of Florida. Acts of 1941.! will register First publication Jan. 1, 1970. rinlntlffs, nttrrney. '''Iiit6N, i,11'
fourth Tuesday! : nght! of each at present stands at 82. Each claim or for
month with meeting places However, one of the major be In .writing and must state Circuit ford County Court.Florida In .and. upon proof Mil In Street, t'ost F'lorldit Oflco .Drawer irjcllll, G1ASS
alternated between the Agri- .goals' this year will be increased the place of realdenre and post- of publication of this notice of 1228. aalneaUlle.Kebruniy 0, 197U! : \.\: arh CREEK-
claimant before
culturure Building In Starke membership Anyone who and office must address be sworn of the to by the the fictitious Music name Show of North tinder !la I;", ,;and:The County Fur, llrauiurMi Judice's t;Court iuatrMuriau. *, on nnd or I If yon fall to do so, n tuUenfnnalnst Default '" :.:'.
Country l
and the Union County: Court. owns or is Interested !in cVtls: claimant! his agent. or his wldacroMing ate which Fla. I nm engaged/ In business \> Judgment for will the relief>e demanded ;",.;: IFLEXOPANEW
house In Lake can join theAs.oc'aUon- torney. or It will become Brooker Florida. P. O. Box CHHe j\o. j you onmplalnt, ndtheienfter -
Butler. by at- to law. at In He: Instate of Mamie BloodWultli In ,the uhul proceed .. ..., :,:.\o.t.;
An Informative program is tending! one of the regular: Each creditor shall deliver 93.Lrroy Stokes P. O Box 99. (:aunnll, "c..allel1.. said. causa
meetings. sufficient. copies of his claimto Notice ut *inal Uepui. I .ind Application Hx 1'nrleYltneea and seal of *.ff tHANOID ON TNI IO.t MIN tlltfC1ION GUA.ANTIIO
presented! at each bond
meeting enable the County Judge .to DrD iJ'Io.r.Iel1'; Rt. 1 Box: 108-A For UlucaiuiuaAu my
mall one to each personal representative. : All W hum it *nay Concern: nrRCtuD. this nttS nrltefFlor
< Inc.
-- Sine Williams, Defendant. / John ri-1-J ;.y Rt. 1 Box 213ALake Moliue la mven lout l.i.ui tnteCoBuy 1970 Starke Builders Supplier,
SALE Hated January 19th, A. D. Butler. Fla. ; Cuniivii. us Auuiiiuiitiaturof ida.
PAYROLL ENVELOPES, Notice IeLhereb 1970. Dated .this. 9th .day of January the lI.uuVll-IIlyl..d. euuue, lias (SEAT.)
Bradford ant to a. tt''itbYJJ: ;amentsot: i Arthur W. Mltnm A. D. 1870 at Burke, Bradford completed. Ins uuiniiiiaiiutiun. Inman D. Greene Circuit Court, Complete BnlUcn Scrric
County Telegraph Foreclosure dated January 13th As Executor of the Last Will County, Florlda.1.U ana UloU. In this Court ins dual Clerk cf the Bradford County 219 E. Waahlnxton Phont 944-5279
Ph 984-EJOb. 1970' and entered In and Testament of Michael Wlesho.ek. it 25I revurt uu No.; 649 of the I Ulfltlui"Z: ; Deceased..NOTICE. bulge. Uujt-i'iiuntj. HallY. Florida.
Bradford County Florida, 1-22 U was In Andk'Nr shuuiU be duly toed with thisCourt. By lleulnh M
Court Clerk.
wherein The Community State .. The Clrrnlt County, Florida.Cnsr Alter liuntc piuuf uC puullcallun All Deputy 1.8 H I.U
Bank of Starke. Florida Dank DradtoiHl tlmt liulKe has
In Til* ClreaU Court Of D.Uo Inn Corporation was Plaintiff )

CoBS) -- ---------- -- ---
<:"ae :.No. MO Stockholders of the Community ---
wife Dorothy Mae::
The Oommunlty State Bank of were Defendants. I will Wllllqms sell tothe state Bank of Starlce.Starke. ,

Starke. A, Florida Plaintiff Banking, ve. Levi Corporation : J.Villlams highest the and front best bidder tor evnnual. meeting will the hold banking their fT---

and hla wife Dorothy 13radforltl County Court}louse In bouse of the Community estateTill 1i

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COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW ple Choir sang\ two numbers. Raymond, Hlxon 73. of "'r'iJ:: ;;'t>3i<)" ( ;j-... /,. /<.>> ., ,;.;: ."'\<' ,, ''< "'- ... '(.", ,1<,*f" "! ;; '! < \1" ':> :
'6tarke died Friday In the Vet ?t-i ': > .. '. '..' / .,,.1rYlllit/; "t.tiJ.! Wi" .
JAN. 31 Also from the Brooker: Church, /'fi". '?.; -::" "J. / '} If' .< I ; !t.. //Ji i..' <,
We would like to remind each i Laurie Temple played a hymn erans Hospital at Gainesville ,..:" Y .;tl'1'1't.:t. /; .: 3$,.'' ,<<'i .

of you about the Country and l on the piano. I attended this After an extended Illness. "W" ; .'...".,',,,,,,, .,, ;: '> >'f..." ,. ., ... : o/t. ,*', .:" p.i't 'N
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now being\ held the last Satur- much Impressed with the num- Payne Ala. on Mav 8. 1896 and =:: .., "./:' "',.".,.,. ,. =
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day night in each month at the ber of young\ people who at had resided In Starke Joe the''' ?; :
Brooker Elementary School. tended. It is so good to see past 15 years He was a retired --

Saturday night Jan. 31, is the our young\ people participate motor court operator, a 32nd CHURCH OF CHRIST BKTHEL BAPTIST CHURCH: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

next show, so please make your in this form of worship. Degree Mason, and< Shriner, EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: 'Bible Study 10 *. m.; Sunday School. a.m.: Morain. Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.
plans to be there for some for today we read about, see and was also a member of CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Hlghwgy.JZ5, Nf2ttb1mt{ St! Morning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; :Kvrakw Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth
great entertainment. You will and hear of our young\ people American Lesion Post 54 and LATTER DAY SAINTS LaIJtey. Sunday School Service 11 a, m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac-'

also be helping\ the school at doing\ so many things that makeus the Keys-tone Sportsman's Club. 1404 E. Bessent Road Morning ,Worship, UI5.: l.Qa.m.Sun-- services 6:00.Wednesday Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tice. Wednesday 8 p. m. .
the same time, as part of pro- wonder what on earth our Surviving are his wife Candia Sunday: Priesthood. 8:30: day Night Service Worship service T Rev Robert D. Burchi
ceeds from these shows go to world is to but a.m. Sunday School 10 8:30.--Rev. -Rev. J. C. Saunters pas-
coming\ A. Nixon of Starke; four *!s a.m. R. L. Bennett p m. Minister Jack P. Bell.
lie Brooker PTA to buy play- then we find that we do have tera, Mrs. E. B. Berryberry Sacrament Meeting 6 p.m. pastor. lUoRGAN ROAD CHAPEL

ground equipment for the young\ people who are witnessing Mrs. R. L. !Merrlman. Mrs. HI Monday M.I.W.. 7:30: p.m. ,-.- ---- -- Sunday-8:45: a, m. Sunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

school. Among\ those on the for God, and are proud M. ScJimltt. and! Mrs. J. A. TuesdayPrimary, 4 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, Ll:00: a. m. Morning Highway 100-A

program for this next show of America, and who are pleas- burns, all of Chattanooga, Wednesday Relief Society Sunday School, 10-a. m. Morn CHURCH Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 10 am. MornIng -
will be the Florida Crocodiles ing to look at, and we are 7:30 pjn. ing Worship, U a. m. Pre-Ser- Wor-
Tenn.: two "brothers Frank Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Union, 7:00: p m. Evening Worship 11. Training Union -
of Gainesville, The Plainsmen thankful, and have the vices (Booster. Band, Young
very Oa. and -Dean M. Hansen, Branch Pre Evening t II1JIa
Nixon Savannah. Worship at 11. 7 p.m. Evening Worship
of Brooker, Hampton, Starke that tomorrow will and Service) 6p.
assurance People Prayer
Ident.. Carl Wednetday::30 Prayer Ser
Charles C. Hixon, Chattanooga, Worship 7:30.: -- Rev. 8. Wednesday Prayer M etll1'i.'
and and The New River
Lawtey, have leaders who will be the I m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Tenn. Clarke, pastor, 8 p.m. Rev. Don Dia\\dy,
Boys of New River. Also
appearing kind of citizens we are all Midweek Service Wednesday
Funeral services were held< at JORDAN MISSIONARY nfl'ht-loo p. m. Pastor .
as a guest will be
proud of. 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D..
John Roberts of Providence.John 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Memor.ial BAPTIST MISSIONU. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
has converted to Country PERSONALSMrs. Chapel with Rev. Merle 8. 301 North, behind Tar I'putor. BROOKER FLA. Airpark Baptist, Church 1 VINGStEY; !: LAKE BAPTIST

Music. He will be remembered Zedra Hamilton, Mrs. Packham and Rev. DeWitt Far- tee Rees Drive ID. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School. f:4S a.m.; Morn. Sunday School: 9:30: : Training
as one of the Rock & Roll Paul Emory, and Mrs. Leroy abee officiating Interment was School 10 am. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron Ing' Wonhlp, 11:00 a.m.; Evening Union 10:15: a.m.; Mourning
Group called The Jades, and Stokes attended the funeral ser held Tuesday at the National vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Highway 100 at Theresaa) Bristol Superintendent: TrainIng Worship 7:00 p.m.; Wed :Worship U a.m.; Evening Wore
there will be other: guests vices of Keith Haythorne In Cemetery In Chattanooga, Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.' Sunday School-10 a. m. Union. 8:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting aad Bible>> Sto-
ship 7 p.m.; Prayer Meeting
whose names are not avail- Gainesville Friday.Mr. Tenn. Local arrangements were Leroy Olive. pastor; B. L. Morning. Worship-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship dy. 7:90 p.m. Study on Book oJ} .*'
able at this writing.\ So come and Mrs. Wayne Roberts In charge of DeWitt C. Jones Grime, ,)associate. pastor. Training Union-6:30 p. m. Services 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern ...bu. C. J. Sheffield, Pastfiv4 7:30 Pastor YiedneJd y
Rev. Robert
and bring\ the family. and son, of Lake City; Funeral Home.Services Evening Worshlp-7:15: p. m. Outlaw music cI1rector.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcvme. : West!

and Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH. Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST
were visIting -7:30: p. m. CHURCH. HIGHWAY II N.
ENTERTAINEDMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes Held Sunday School 10 s Ja. Wor- packham,: paator. Sunday: School 9:43: a. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN Sunday.School. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning
James Temple enter- last week. For Drew DukesOf ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Morning Worship 11. Training. Sunday Service: Worship, 11 a. m. Training
Worship -
tained for her Junior Training The Plainsmen will play al. Training Union, 8 pm.- GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 6:30 m. Evening Service 0:45: a. m. Morning Union, 7 p. m. Evening! Warship.
Union : p.
Union Class of the Brooker the Civic Auditorium in Ocala WorthingtonDrew Rev. Lacy Conway paste Midweek Prayer Service 10:41: : Q, m. Evening Service -,I 8 p. in. Wednesday night service -
10 :Atoming 7:30.
Sunday School a. m. : Midweek Ser
Baptist Church, Saturday night Thursday night, Jan. 22. Pro- 0:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone; wel-
11 and 7 7:30.
Worship a. m. p. : vice. We4l1e.::! 1. 7:15: p. m. I
with a party at her home here. ceeds of the show will I L. Parker .
to come-L. pastor.f
go H. Dukes 75, of Worth Howe, Pastor
A CHURCH OF GOD m Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L Tommy Charles Reese minister I .' ".
scavenger hunt was first on the elementary school there. ington Springs died Sunday .
the list, then and 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ------ -- - -
Bingo a story Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wig- Jan. 18, in Alachua Gnsral: - -
time. The 14 guests who attended gmt and family of Gainesville Hospital after extended Ill Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship !-< :-V rr.
an Services 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. aW(
were treated to "Sloppy and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .
Joes," potato chips, baked Wiggins of Brooker spent. ness.Mr.. Dukes native of m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: p; -
beans and soft drinks. Sunday in Jacksonville visit- wns a pjn.-B.3V. Y. W. Ki d. pastor. r
Bradford County an'i' a longtime DOOR
ing Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Johns
member of the Board of
YOUNG PEOPLE and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD '
Directors of Electric Cooperative
TRAINING UNION Johns and family Mrs. E.P. OF STARKE
Rev. James Temple, leader Difoyd, and Dr. and Mrs. F.H.! Keystone Heights West Weldon St. and RaUord OPENERS
for the Young\ People's Training Schnauss.H.T. 'He /was a former member: of Road

\ Union Class of the Brooker Hart of Bellenghan, the Union County School Sunday School: 10:00: a. m
Baptist Church, likewise entertained Wash. Board: and served one, term In
spent a few days here 11:00: a. m. Meaning Worship;
for his class Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Luke the state legislature represent- 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: Keys; and churches are door openers. In both c

night after Church Services. and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hart Ing Union County. He was a p. in. Evangelistic Services.. cases, each require you to put forth some effort.'
After watching a film strip and family.Mr. member of the Masonic Lodge. Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. Mid-
the 15 young\ people were and Mrs. G.E. Green, Funeral service wers held week Prayer Meeting. The key you must insert in the lock and turn.

served dinner in the pas tor lum. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox and at 2 p,m. Tuesday at New Hope Pastor: Lester F Rlchnrdso'n.) Our Lord made the way to heaven even easier, =_
family, Shirley Green and Cherie Primitive Baptist Church. In.
MUSIC FESTIVALThe IHnton were Sunday dinner terment was In the church SMYRNA nUSSlONAHY for. all that you hato do Is present yourself =_

New River Association guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.M. cemetery. BAPTIST CHURCH .:- and believe.
of the Southern Baptists, enjoyed Vickery in Gainesville.Mr. t>33 W. Pratt St. Sunday services ", '
a Music Festival Sundayat and Mrs. Tom Britton : Sunday School 10 a. m L r:: : "/0.","' tnt ate yf eared/ through; faith ; and -_

The the First Heilbronn Baptist Baptist Church Church.of and family of Fort Walton Beach Mrs. John McNeil has Just !"r ach1nll. 11 u. m. Training ,?' that nut of i/ourwlr" : it in the tiff; of God: _-
and Mrs. Wynell Vickery of returned to her home here after Jnlvii.; ;5:43;: p. m. EvenLnt Worhip s < -
Starke presented two songs Gainesville were visiting\ Mr. spending\ four weeks In 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. > X"t of works/ lent any /1111HIWIlel/ boast: For _

each People from, and their Adult Junior Choirs., Young The\ and Thursday.mwduM Mrs.. Tommy Cox last Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. -Elder A. O. Flynn. pastor Ii:!. ,' /l'f' are, bin/; iforttinannhip/ / created in Christ/

Philip McNeil and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer McNeil and ST. ;MARK'S EPISCOPAL .1'uI oaf yoodeurke" irhich/ God hath before,

family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne cmRCH. STARKE iI:;., 'da/ll'fl, that we xhuutd walk in them.' "
'McNeil and family, Mrs. Alice Sunday Services:
Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Jack a:30: a: m, Holy Eucharist.f .. ---
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I:3ry f>: a. n1, Church School. '
Durst, Mr. and Mrs. George \\'S'Oft
lf()U'v.wilt tA o9y4t4q Daniels, and Miss Josephine 10.30: ; m Family Service, =
(lIt,!)' Ca.uuiut i-t t.r.d 3rd

a.t McNeil.Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton and:Sundays.4th Sunday: Morning). Prayer. 2nd = =
and Mrs, Eva.Harrell were visiting <=I
THE Nmw '.Mr. aitf MrVfirVell! 'Edwards -' CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS ; g..- =
and family in Ralford! CHURCH tl: "" :-n.'A' .

HENRYGRADY Sunday. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Tti. hunh It God l ._nt.4 ooomy In Itiiiwoild A1 =
I I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crews Worship Service, 11 a,m. V .10* ",..4In, .the knowltdfo. ol Hit lao tCV"1 d
:iof High Springs and J.C. lIar- Evenlug Service 7 p.m. ,1./: lot mon and il Mil demand for rtiaondla ::1 =
t--, lJ(11] ;I Friday Night Cottage Prayer Fi', Dial' lo
'rllWnj' ][ ul I I9t'e 11'7 H DTEL I/visiting\ Meeting l ftMndmf" m 'th. Imo .1( Cod fia fO..m. I m I
II ,
Thursday Night. Prayer : mom or taciitr| tt way of llfo will lntaotmitt t. _
i Mrs. J.P. Baxter while he Is Meeiins In church. 7:30: p.m. 'A and. th* litKiomi wliiili, wo hold u 'rni

i City plowicd i still recuperating\ from a long\ Youth Service, Tuesday night '! door will I....'. I' ptnth llurotat, can tUl
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illness. Callie Weeks of Santa ,from a lolfltfi" aoMil'alna, out ihowld' 'u"or' :: =
t fJJ pluM you I ; Fe was over to visit him Mon- 7:30: p.m.Ivy Luke, Pastor "/J .Iho Cliuirli tot,". lobo of nio wilfoio of turn '4;

I day. t wit and Ilil. family loyond. Mot hawovtr, b t =
The ultimate in downtown convenience. Closest to We extend: our sympathy to Q t.ory oo'io""" ould uphold and aarNdoalo ,mtfia ,'. -=
Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters; in centerof the family of Drew Dukes of Church boiauM il' .tout the, 'Ruth aboutman =
the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber Shops. Worthington, who passed away FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tQ
dotliny.'lho, =
t lice doalh and "hush wh"h .
Theater Secretarial and Shopping Services, Beverage 'Sunday Also to the family of STARKE -
slam will ut him froo la "llvo at a child of ;i'
Sundries I ,
store stand Superb meeting and ballroom the late Keith Haythorne who Opportunities for service:

facilities. All rooms conditioned and with TV. died as a result of an auto- Sunday School 9:45: a.m. (M :1zEj

mobile accident last Wednesday Morning Worship at 11: sermon .._'w1; ...Q1.o: rn i .Qd =
.e:, New Motor Lobby-drive right into the ==
Mr "A
Haythorne was an Pastor's Prayer. Training
1 hotel, .JiJ,[
Reasonable rates {/[)
Independent Insurance Agent in Union. 0:15.: Evening Worship.
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Gainesville for about 20 .
years.I 7:30: : Deacon Ordination Message
\ Downtown at Peachtree t Cain Sts. was his secretary for about by Rev. Bob( Cooper, paator
t V'p PO.Bor141B 10 years His wife Is the former of Morgan Road Chapel. '

o Phone:4045243211RE3TAVRANT Dorothy Newbern of Worthington MondayYouth Choir 7 p.m.
Springs\ and has many
TuesdayJunior Choir, Children
-OO OICTA. ... x..OUNOm
friends in this area. '
s Choir. 3:35: p.m., 3:35:
We to learn that Earl STAR E BUILDERS
Crawford is in the Medical
New River Assn. Executive
Center In Gainesville. Board Meeting, 7:30.: JEWELRY ABSTRACT CO.SUP..pLIES, Inc.

Wednesday Weekday Bible
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Class. 10 a.m. Family Night Better Service I For Your Featuring Ace Hardware
Supper. 6 p.m. Prayer Service, Official Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies'

R. A, 8:30.: Teachers and Officers Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods
DRIVEINA' Meeting 7:15.: Church, BULOVA WATCHES
"Check With Us First"
Choir Practice 8:15.: Abstracts
ThursdayVisitation.. 42 W. Call) St. Starke
219 Washington St. 9645270FAULKNER
-Rev. W. A. Hogan Phone 964.7064 Title Insurance

a. Jr 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881

Sundaychurch School I. 9:45: :

Morning Worship. 11; MYF

Snack Supper 6 pm.; MYF W4-72S1
------ Bill Edwards Ph. GULF SERVICETire
Meetings. 6:30: ; Evening Worship -

Church-Wide Mission Tire Tro-lntr 4 rc:, &

J Study, 8 p.m.Monday .
Headlight Adjusting 'J4s
: Girl Scouts, 3:15: Brake Service HAUL RENTALS

I [ -:- p.m.Tuesday Brownies 3:15: p.m. Wheel Balance and __.... CJ Truck Trailer
WedneSdayChl1dren's Choir -- .
:. :::...:.. Alignment
I Rehearsal 3:30: p.m.: Church Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication

Library Open 3:15: to 5: Prayer PROMPT ROAD SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups
may not be the coolest Meeting and Bible Study. of 2i-HR. WRECKER. SERVICE

the Book of Job. 7:30.: AD Minor Repairs 1011 N. Temple Avenue

way to bank butit ThursdayGirl Scouts. 3:15.: Hlway 301 and 100
Are. Starke PHONE 961.5899
Youth Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.: 617 N. Temple

is the quickest Chancel Saturday Choir- Rehearsal Confirmation 7:30.: 410 S. Temple Starke

Class In Church Library 10 BRADFORD COUNTY
Headed for work or play. .- ,shopping or a.m.DeWitt T. Farabee Jr., FLORIDA

swimming you won't have to even get Pastor. TELEGRAPH

out of your car when you DRIVE-IN BANK OFFICE SUPPLIES EST

HERE! Start enjoying it now;. drive-in MADISON STREET EDWARDSTYPEWRITERS

bank today! BAPTIST CHURCH Grocery and Market ONTROL
Opportunities for service: ADDING MACHINES

Sunday School, 9:45; Morn- Groceries Meats Feed I CIIMKAL t>,.
Ing Worship, 11; Youth Choir
Practice, 4:30; Youth Fellow- PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 GAS AND OILto
FLORIDA ship Supper, 5:45; Training $625. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
Union, 6:15; WMU Prayer Cir- of piper work.- Jack and Gladys Edhrarto
cle, 7:15: : Evening Worship, Phone 964.5745 for FREE
: LE oaMS. U. S. 301 South Starke

7:30.Wednesday RA, GA, Sun- Inspections and EstimatesPAYROLL'
STARKEMember beams, YW A, Mission Action ENVELOPES: PHONE 964.5312

Group, Bible Study Group,

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 6:30; Prayer Meeting,Business CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc.
Meeting, 7:30: ; Church Choir
Practice, Church Council, 8:30.: Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Cotmtle "Helping Our Members Live Better
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupPAG

Denton Sumrall, Pastor Electrically"-Keystone Uelaht.--PItOille 4734911"r"

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE l i% 'R-Ig h ts' Returned To Lake Front: J.

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Owners Under Proposed. New Bill

Keystone elites I Waterfront propertY' ownerS perly float a boat without a

r; ...ta J Jon meandered lakes will regain channel. :Such channel shall be
the rights! they "always authorized only after owner
By JIM FOX yaa thought we had" If proposed

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414S amendents to the present law commission

are passed at the coming legIslative / ipensei of making an inspectionof :

session the proposed channel Area.
Monday evening at 7:30: in the R State Senator Richard Stone, Riparian! owner is granted

clubhouse. The club did not of Miami, toll a gathering of proprietorship) of any strip of

meet last weeke due to 'the poor property owners at Keystone land which may be exposed. \
attendance However, play will Beach last' Saturday afternoon due to natural recession of the
toe resumed this Monday even- that he had already pre-filed waters, 'between the demark-

Ing. It is hopei' that ,the members 1 the bill. providing/ for the atlon line and the water's edur.

and all area bridge enthusiasts amendments In the Senate, The bill provides that all

will support this and that Rep.Ralph Tyre planned docks, boat houses, or other
activity Play has been rather to pre-file it In the Houseat structure in existence on 1

poor since the Arst'\ of the year. an early date.' navigable meandered freshwater

For additional Information The proposed!! amendments lakes on July 1, 1970
concerning the meetings, con- it approved, will give waterfront shall be deemed lawful.
'tact Mrs. Fremont Tones or property owners the On the controversial topic

Mrs. T. H. Dent, both of whom right to: of "bulkhead lines." the WU
are listed In the local directory. -Construct docks and piers uses the term "demarcation

TEEING OFF t i up to( 25 feet In length out in- line" to separate the sovereignty *

The Keystone Heights Golf | to the lake, upon applicationto lands of the State from G- rr tun A

and Country Club sponsored an ,* the board of county comxnlsslners those of a riparian upland A
18-hole Best Ball Tournamentat and payment of a $5 owner. Such ''tomarkailon line ", t
the local club on 'Sunday fee. Structures longer than 25 shall be described In ternie of

Jan. 18. for members ami. their feet may be constructed only elevation above mean sea levelof afd

guests. I I after the county commission the state. of Florida as Indicated ; a
The teams of Charlie Head and I has Investigated the site and on the bench mark of mv

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Usen Mildred .Sutton and Lois Walker given its approval, by issuing the U. S. Gout and Geodetic "f..a. ..-- 1 -" -,--
and Don Shackleford tied a permit. :Survey nearest the lake la
announce the engagement of Sen. Richard Stone center tries black and
( ) on
: for first place In the competition -Clear aquatic vegetation out question.
Dma to
John their daughter.Wesley Josey:, son Lynn of Mr. which Included. 52 entries. in the water to the extent ne- If the bill I is approved", the white hat to the amusement of Bill Baker, (left) with

and Mrs. L. E. Josey of Jack- Ed and Su Dwyer were third rs cessary to enable owner to reasonably demarkation line will be based white hat, and others. White (good guy) hat was
sonville. place winners. Gift certificateswere use the water for swim on physical evidence (under presented to ''Baker for leading the cause of water

Mss: Ilgen Is a graduate of awarded to these winners. mlng fishing, etc., providedthat growth, trees. etc.) indiclatlng front property owners, while unique white-black hat
Following the dinner a happy if more than 50 per cent the actual water's edge of *
Keystone\) Heights High School Mayor Starnes, Keystone Lions President Leonard was presented to( Sen. Stone because he authored
dinner to be cleared
hour anti oovered- 'Ish of the frontage la meandered fresh water lake a- "
and is now attending:! St. Johns were enjoyed] by the participants. Jones, and District Governor Barney Danese turn. a permlti must be applied of the date ouch body cam troublesome law, but later turned "good-guy" help

River Mr. Junior Josey Is College a graduate of first spade of dirt at Sunday's groundbreaking cere, for and granted by the county under jurisdiction of the state get it corrected. Others in goup are: Hep.' Wm. II.

Bolles School In Jacksonville ROTARY CLUB mony. commission.Have "regardless of where the wa |Be vis, of Polk-Sumter Counties; Hep. Ted Alvarez

and is now a junior at Clemson Rear Admiral Anthony Danla the right of "simple ter's edge exists on the date of and Rep. Lynwood Arnold, of Dade County; and Dan
till or dredge" to combat erosion determination' of the demarkatlon -
University (U. S. Navy Ret.), of Melrose, .Wright, administrative aide to State Treasurer
Keystone Lions Break Ground but not the right to : line
Wedding::: plans will be an- professor: emeritus of the University land out Into the main body "Where sufficient! physical: Broward Williams.The .
nounced later.WOlIAN'S of Florida guest
was of water In such a manner as evidence cannot be found, or'
CLUB speaker at the Keystone For Club's New $40.000 Home to constitute an'encroachment in conjunction with such physical original draft of the bill! (Sen. Stone originally touched
The regular monthly lunch- Heights Rotary Club on Friday, upon the "sovereignty submerged evidence as may exist affidavits was drawn by Myron Prevail it off by introducing a bill at

eon meeting of the Keystone Jan. 15. Admiral Danis was Introduced systems" to gain more pro- of local, long time resl- Jr.. Keystone Heights attorney, the last legislative session ap

Heights Woman's Club will be by local Rotarian Grouni was broken Sunday State Senator Jim WIlliams,, perty or to restrict others from !dents attesting to the avenge following conferences with SenplYing salt water regulations! to(>

held on Tuesday, Jan. 27. The James Chesslngton. afternoon for the new $40,000 of Ocala, commended the Lions reasonable use of the water. levels of such lakes shall be ator Stone Rep. Ralph Tyre, fresh water lakes. Sen. Stone
luncheon Is scheduled to startat Admiral Danis discussed the home of the Keystone Heights oa their Initiative in ta.rtlnlltheir No permit would be necessary used," the bill state Such affidavits members of the Lake Region was apprised of the lake prop-

12:30.: serious problems that we are Lions Club at the site Just new home, and on then for simple! fill or dredge to will not be 'used unless Citizens Committee, and staff erty owners' grievances In re-
Mrs. Norwood Phelps will confronted with in this! country south of the KHS athletic fieldon contribution to the community, combat! erosion. they can be dated back to a members of the State Game it gard to not being allowed to(
speak on the topic: "The Indispensable resulting from air and water Nightengale Street. The vocation was brought -Granted the right to J:1cr: a period of time at least 25 yean Fresh Water Commission, and keep their beaches clean and

United Nations All pollution. The guest speaker The first spade of dirt was by Leamon Ward, of the First channel or not more than 30 prior to July I, 1970. ''the State Conservation Depart other restrictions, and the Dade
members are urged to attend, discussed the number of diffi- turned by Leonard Jones, Key Baptist Church, and the benediction length and depth as to The bill further provides that ment. County legislator agreed to

this meeting and honor this culties encountered! by ecologists stone Lions president: Barney by Glenn Allred, of the feet width and of such length a demarkation line shall be- help draft legislation applicable

distinguished guest. and concerned AmericansIn Danese of Jacksonville Governor Orange Park Lions Club, and a and depth as to allow reasonable come official only after a description Bill Baker of Lake Geneva, to meandered fresh water
Hostesses for the luncheon establishing corrective meas- of Lions District 33L: and member of the Clay Councy use of ti boat to get of its location has president of the Citizens Com lakes.
will be Mrs. L. Patterson, Mrs.L. ures to combat the pollution of Keystone Mayor G. Raymond School Board. out Into the main bodY' of been approved by the formal mittee, reviewed its activities
Lydlck.:! Mrs. J. Hanson, Mrs. our natural surroundings. and since the last meeting several The large crowd nttend'np!
Starnes. In addition to Danese water, when In the Judgement!! action of the Internal Improvement
J. Kodatt, Mrs. E. Klmmons.Mrs. HERE N' THERE In his keynote address:!' Walter Lee other visiting Lion officials J. Cuendet and Mrs. Col. ani Mrs H. H. Hamilton, SenStone for his efforts in barbecued' beef and Brunswick
R. (Sonny) Lee, of Gainesville were: Hal Russey, of Jacksonville slope of riparian owner's! up- description! has been published
Aughtry Vance. of Charleston, S. C., were recent getting the lake front controversy stew, ns guests of the
Past Governor of 35L anda Past District Governor;; land property la so gradual as for three weeks In a newspaper
"LIFE LINE" guests of Col. and Mrs. member of the Florida Council Clinton Isaacs, Gainesville Zone to make it a hardship to pro in 'the area concerned. straightened out after he Citizens Committee.the .
The "Life Line" .service, James Chesslngton at their the Chairman .and Lee Holloway,,
of the Blind, lauded : --------
sponsored( by the Keystone home on Loch Lomond. Following Keystone' Lions ofthelr' outstanding of Palatka, Deputy District glneer can ascertain the cause Alachua County Tubercu- and Mrs. John Strawn; second
Heights Woman's Club, is provided their visit with the Ches- contribution in the Governor at Large. and recommend more permanent losis Association will set the place, Mrs. Robert Clare and

not only for the, senior ingtns the Hamlltons continued field of sight conservation and Following the ceremonies, the MELROSEBy measures. date. Since the unit serves several Mrs. Steven Sashoff; third

citizens cf Keystone, but for their travels to Miami prior-.: to other charitable programs carried entire group was invited to the Deputy Sheriff Townsend of counties, it will not be place, Mrs. A.V, Bannister and
.:anyone who is piesenJIy living"alone. returning 'honKf.- -, on by Lions International. Keystone cly!; hall, where revfoto&nents Interlachen blocked off the area available until that time. Mrs. C.W. Hardy; fourth place,

This telephonehas r' ce Mr24 Bte Charles Et1l'k- ,.W"fII, ;fitrrkGQltlf3'ifaRItors ., of coffee. Cokes,, Do CoreyROAD and 'I,n\enttoned that the same and a tie existing between Mrs.:
saved several peopl onor4'tsA" what could have developed.Into ,: were guests last week or Charles McGlave. a Past DIs- th Lonellas.: Johnson. "The proceedureIn The Homemaker's Club will Fraher; Mrs. Mary Cook and

tragic experiences.If Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garberof trict Governor of 35L, served as Actual construction on then COLLAPSES that case," he said, "was hold the January Meeting Miss Eva I 111 Iyer.
interested In the services Nelson's Point. Mrs. GarberIs master of ceremonies, introduc- : w building will start Satur: Tuesday afternoon at approximately to dig It out and place a new Thursday, the 22, at 9.30; a.m.

provided by this program, you Mr. Erickson's sister. Theyare visitors, and members of day, with the pouring of the 1 p.m., 2 miles south foundation. at the Home Demonstration KEENEH
are asked: to contact Mrs. AmyT now in South Florida:! vac- the ing Keystone Lions Club. foundation. All members the of Melrose on SR 21, an unidentified According to Deputy Sheriff building, Officers are to be installed Mrs. Kenneth S. Howard of

McElrath 473-4294 for additional ationing, and will return to club are urged to assemble at driver of a heavy Smith, a considerable sur- Melrose was notified recently -
information. Keystone for a visit with the the' site at 8 a.m. to assist in truck felt the road literally rounding: area of road has Cake decorating will be dem- of the passing of her daughterinlaw -
ADVANCE NOTICES, Garbers enroute home this She begin to give-way under the sagged; due, he feels, to an onstrated at the February meetIng Mrs. Leone Craney
for broken hip. the work.
The February 24 luncheon weekend. treated a hind wheels of his vehicle. He underground stream of water Due to an Increase in the Keener, In Houston, where she
Is presently staying at the Much of the labor on the turned around, returned to the that doesn't drain. lie states, number of Home DemonstrationClubs and her husband, Russell W.
for the Key- Mrs. M. H. Griffin, of New-
meeting program Gainesville Extended Care Facility building will be done by club
Club will feat recent guest scene and observed a large "It's just another Florida sinkhole and lack Federal,State Keener lived for 13 years. She
stone Woman's castle, Pa, was a
on 16th Street. M-s. Wag members.The gapping hole in the road 8 feet ." and County funds, It has become was a native of South Dakota
arts crafts and hobbles. of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Booher.
ure Is the mother of Mrs. Ray estimated $40.000 cost in.
ner across and 5 feet deep. Mr. necessary for this and forthcoming and a memb. Saint Cecelia
All members are askeJ to bringa Mrs. William Belote is nowat ( mond Starnes of Keystone. cludes the property, the 40 x 60 Reynolds from McMeekin, also ACTION COMMITTEEThe demonstrations to be Catholic Church. Out deepest

sample of their work to be home on Little Lake Key- Keystoners are happy to wel building, ani furnishings. The driving a truck enroute from Melrose Action Committee done by a representative who sympathies go to Mrs. Howard.
exhibited before and after tha stone, following a recent stay come back Mr. and Mrs. William new home will include an audi- Melrose, was so intent on the due to the absence of the will have attended the Gaines-

luncheon. in the hospital. Davie, who are once again torium with raised stage, com- strange behavior of this supposed President, Mrs E. Bartiett, ville meetings. ALMOST INDUCTED!
Sewing painting, crocheted WallY'' Muhlhofer was a pa- permanent residents of Key- pletely equipped kitchen, and hitch-hiker that,althoughhe held the last meeting a week The program for the year, Allen Cheshire, who livesContinued
articles knitting, and hooked tient in the Veteran's Hospital atone in their home on Lake- men's and ladles rest rooms.HarveyCowart slowed down enough to avoid late, but will resume the usual which is set up by the Federal
rugs are a few of the possibilities. in Gainesville, last week. He view Drive. Injury to himself and damageto first Tuesday of each month Government, will be concerned ( on Next Page)

Surely, every member has reports that hens! now feeling Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson his truck, drove directlyInto schedule. with consumer education: how

some pet project for leisure greatly,Improve: spent Friday through Monday:!, the hole. Accompanying Mrs. Naomi to buy wisely, stretchyour bud
moments. Daryl Johnston and Miss Debbie with friends in South Florida Mr. and Mrs.! Melvin W. Har- Mrs. C.P. Perry,whose homeis Watts, director of the Neighborhood get and prepare' nutritious KEYSTONE

People have been Inquiring Knight were guests of the and attending the Hamboree vey, of Keystone Heights, announce nearby, noticed the com- Center, from Palatka, ''meals at less cost without sacrificing -
about the Smorgasbord which Florida Jaycees at their recent Convention which was held in the engagement of motion and called the Melrose was Miss Judy Bradshaw,member palatability

Is held annually by the Wornan's state convention held in Clear- Miami: on Saturday and Sun- their daughter, Carol Ann, to Deputy Sheriff, W. Smith, who of VISTA a domestic V.S. Mrs. Jaanos G. Robi; as, newly'
Club. The date has been water Beach. Mrs. Duane day. On Friday! evening, the Abel J. Cowart, son cf Mr. and notified the PalatKa Sheriff'sOffice Government organization of President and active HEIGHTS
elected .in
set for Saturday, Feb. 7. De Johnston and Mrs. Paul Gill Nelsons were guests of Col. Mrs. Charles C. Co A'art, of A wrecker from Hawthorne volunteers, who function much member of the club stated in

tails will be given at a later were also guests. and Mrs. L. W. Buckalow, of Starke. rescued Mr. Reynolds the same as the Peace Corps an interview, "The club is not
t date in this column. Mrs. J, H. Wagner, formerlyof Orlando. Wedding planS! will be announced truck, while the State Road These women conducted an reaching those Individuals who DIRECTORY

DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Penney Farms and now residing Enroute home, the Nelsons later.NEWS repair crew, which arrived exploratory discussion and could make the bolt ue: of
The Keystone; Heights Duplicate : in Melrose. was a recent visited with Mr. and Mrs. O. O. -- about 5:30: p.m., sent for lime- made suggestions based on their this education' pr grmn.lia'fof ( -

Bridge Club, sponsored by patient at the Medical Centerin Evans of Ft. Lau;'ardale and rock to fill the hole tempor- experiences within the realmof the club is composed: jf women BEAUTY SHOP

the Woman's Club meets verY! Gainesville, where she was Mr. and Mrs. F. Z. Smith of NOTES arily until a State Road En- giving people direction them-and .v'iu> haw already' raised
how to help them help
.. West Palm B ach. They arrived selves. Under consideration their families, who already KEYSTONEBEAUTY
home Monday afternoon.Mr. By Helen Egan vallable In the narthex of the know how to sew and who already -
was the means of relaying Information -
k and Mrs. D. A. Baker church or from the church sec- and aid In the following are skilled homemakers.As SHOP

have returned following a At an annual meeting of the retary. Executive areas; stretching: the an encouragement to young KDtTH JOHNSON. OWMTP
week's business trip In Tucson, Community Church, held after The Church Woman be held at food dollar, nutrition health mothers to take advantage of raoiaand Creative Hair tylMr -
Arizona! where Mr. Baker represented worship on Jan.11, the membership Board meeting'will 26 In the education, training for specific this program, a nursery will > JBwi' $'' PonD of >lsssub
.4 the Johns-Manvllle unanimously elected Mrs. 1 p.m. on January Job opportunities and improving be set up for pre-school chil astute 'nIM.4&. H: closed

Corporation of Green Cove Walter Grollck, Myron PrevattJr. educational The monthly building.general meet- home environment for dren. ilmdsyq

Springs The Pipe Division ., and William Reynolds Jr. of Church Women will beheld the children. ALDERMANWe
Planning Meeting and Conven- for three-year terms on the First on the agenda II a
February 2 at 7:30 p.m. to hear of
are sorry
tion was held at the Skyline Board of Trustees. Holdover representative from the Farm
demise of Harmon Guy
it of the board Frank' Labor Office who will be the
rt,1- Country Club In Tucson.C. members are pre-
Alderman and wish to extend
10 -' W. Owens. of Crystal Lake Ilgen, Roy Tucknett,E. A. Rush- EASTERN, Keystone STAR Chapter OES will sent at the next meeting to our sympathies to his family OR SEEEdward'
Is a patient! at the Memorial ton, Mrs. Janet Hayner, B.F. observe Advance Night Cere- speak and conduct a questionand Mr. Alderman was 86, and had
New session for the BuildingSupply
MIzell and Barry Wyman. answer
Blvd. ,
Hospital University ,
on Meeting
the next Chapter in
at been engaged farming during .
the Board of Ste- mony benefit of those who are Interested -
in Jacksonville, where he Is receiving members on Inc.
on February 3 at 8 p.m. his lifetime. He was a mem- ,
in of
wards Mrs. Gertrude any form em-
treatment for a broken are This Is in preparation for the ber theEllam Baptist Church.
1 and ployment related to this field. 726 S. MAIN 372-1844
hip. His friends! may send cardsin Chrlstoffers, R.A. Ashton 'election' and new officers in Gainesville, FloridaNURSERY"
albert Watson, all for three
care of the hospital room March. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Continuing the board P.T.A.
516. years. on at the Melrose Ele- Placing for the week in Duplicate
Raymond Farris, Mrs.A. Speaker
Mr. antl? Mrs. L. D. Hughes, are PERSONALSC. Bridge were as follows:
.P. Mailman and A.M. :Mitchell mentary School P.T.A. meet-
Jr. of Houston, Texas are W Owens of Crystal Lake, first place Mrs. Paley
Gerald Culbertson, Mrs. from Ing, Monday, Jan. 26, at 8:00 Boyd O.C. Carries Nursery
guests of Mrs. Hughes' mother, who had recovered nicely
will be Edward
Ernest Allen
S.E. Kennedy, and Mrs. p.m.
Mrs. Ethel Weyman of Little McLean. The Church School major surgery in December, who subject will be, "Beauti- Thousands of plants
Prizes Go To Cultivation Of had the misfortune to slip on
Lake Keystone.Mrs.
Superintendent, Robert J. Ek- fication of the Melrose School Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
W. H. Redfearn. Jr. and some Ice last week and suffereda Con
lund, is also Director of Youth Grounds. Business to be discussed you Evergreens
Accounts Too daughter. Patricia, are now at fractured hip. He Is In Jacksonville -
Savings concerns the Plant Sale,
Memorial Hospital, it day Camellias & Azaleas
home following: a recent visit The following were elected which is planned for March *
with Mrs. Redfearn's mother, University Blvd., Room 516. MOST ALL IN CANS
the new 1970 Sunday School and the Carnival for May.
A ttell-mltitaterl: savings! ; actniml Mrs. Margaret French! and Officers: Secretary Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. All- $200.00 of the proceeds from ind still loseweight9 PLANT ANY TIME

wins!4 a prize far more rewimlinK family of Plttsbu-gh. Maragete Henschel;Treasurer, shouse have the pleasure brothers of these two ventures will be used Beautiful I Roses -

than thaI of (the hitfKCbt: pumpkin Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wright re- Carl Darden; Missionary, Mrs. Mr. Allshouse's here for two some time, for playground! equipment. A'P', LandscapingPhone

cter grown: makes your mOld turned home this week afteran Emily Ison; and Spelcal Occasion visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olen Allshouseand trip to P.K. Ypnge, The University -
dearly cherished dreams: come: KOriously :\ extended: holiday:! visit with Projects William Reynolds Homer Allshouse from of Florida Experimental] I I 659-2165
two of their daughters and Teaching School, to study the
trucl( Jr. Leechburgh, Pa. They are win- 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
family In Texas. In Houston, An appeal has been made for ter visitors at the Lakeside educational aspects of various Hay 100 at FiorahomeS.
the Wrights were guests of inspirational, instructional, or equipment will be planned.A .
their son-in-law and daughter devotional books for the church Motel Cottages. drive to Increase p.T.A. I
Come In and Open Your Account Clarence Sipe received word
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Portlk."hey library adult or juvenile. Thursday of the death of his membership II being con- r I Ir ., E. McKAY, REALTORSenior
Today! then continued their travels Mrs. George Canova is Interested older brother, George Slpe, In sidered. President Martha Dor- Mcmtsr SoclHy o(
to Wltchita Falls, where in forming a Junior Fenelton Pa. He had been ill man said, "There has been avery It r Resldenli Appraisers
Choir for children in the first, poor turn-out this year."
hey visited another son-in-law for some time. Due to driving Is Ready For You Mortgage flickers

KEYSTONE STATE BANK an:? daughter, S. Sgt. and Mrs. second, and third grades. Con- conditions, as the temperaturewas CHEST XRAYSAn t We Help YOU Flaaoce
tact the Church Secretary, Mrs.
Leland Oliver. Before returning degrees below zero when Trailer lots S300. Up
Carr at the education build exact date has not been I 7
Fix. ome. the! Wright enjoyed a Mr. Sipe taled to relatives, and* pin, Tilt Best In Lake Front
Member' F.J>.I.C. Keystone' Height' ing in the mornings let, but during April. Melrose
wo-day slav in M xlco. as Mrs. Slpe, who will be 92 Homes, Acreage, lUntaUMrt.
been visit Heights
has assured of a Keystone
The annual of all
Frank at report organizations in Aoril. is froma Ajiot'.tKeyitoita .
Ottinger is now recovering
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly J Melbaell
of the Community from the Mobile Chest X-Ray St. Anne's Parish House:17c'
vome after recent surgery In hip fracture, they were not Office 473-4IU
Communtty. Llaehua General. He hopes to .Church has been compiled in able to attend the funeral ser unit which will come from Pa- 3.315$ Romeo 473-4740: 473-4SI1
latka. Mrs. VeLma Decker of
fa,printed booklet, which is A-
return to work this week. vices.
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r""ITwTEY I Soil Acidity Factor NeededFor This Is not the case because those applied and those native

: IB II each unit change representsa to the soli-- will not be as

,. \ Best Farming Results factor of ten. Therefore, the efficient and production may

EMM Blancliard | acidity of a soil at pH 6.0 Is be disappointing," Dr. Breland
19' times more acid than at said.
When it comes to growing The term simply expressesthe
pH 7.0. Now during the "off
CHURCH ACTIVITIES things, two leu""rsph" -- and acidity[ or alkalinity of soil of the year, is the season"period
Grace United Methodist: Sun- PERSONALSAll what they stand for can makea Measurement runs in a scale At 5.0 It is 100 times more to take soil samples and) time

s j day School, 9:45: ; Worship, 11 friends of Thomas Duck big difference In results.of from 0 to 14. The higher the acid, and at pH 4.0 strength them analyzed. To do this have
a.m. and 7:30( p.m. MYF. 6 are pleased to see him back ph figure, the more alkalinethe of the acidity Is a thousand suggested contacting the Coun, he
p.m. Choir Practice, Thursday after ten days treatment intle Jacksonville spent Satur- soil The lower the figure times that of pH 7.0," Sro tv Agricultural Extension
7 p.m. Medical Center Columbus. day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul the more acid the soil land explained. for information office -

I First Baptist: Sunday School. Ga. Dinkins. "Another way of putting It," sampling.In on
; 9:45. Worship, 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( Visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. D.W.Starling, Mrs.Sebe says Dr. H.L. Breland with The key to raising the pH
,1 p.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. Tribe on Tuesday of last week Harris and Mrs. A.C. Pearce the University of Florida's institute to the desired level is the planning a liming
Midweek Services, Wednesday were Mr. Tribe's soninlawand visited their sister, Mrs. Troy of Food and Agricultural use of lime-- a real miracle lization and planting !
7:30 p.m. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, in Macclenny last Sat Sciences" is that soil is con- worker with soil Lime not the soils chemist program,
Church of God:Sunday School L.S. Myersol, of Ontario, Can- urday. sidered neutral at ph 7.0. It only supplies essential plant these points be kept in that
10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand is alkaline above that point and nutrients !it also helps con- -Lime reacts faster In mind.
7:30 p.m. YPE Thursday 7:30 ada.Mrs.. Juanita Glover and Mrs. sons of Jacksonville spent acid below it. dition sandy soils and has a soils than In dry moist
P.m. Mary Bostwick of Fort Pierce Sunday with Mrs. O.J. Phillips Different crops have differentph granulating effect on heavy clay -Gardens and lawns

Highland Baptist: Sunday were Monday supper guests of requirements. Gardeners soils. Results are best when watered. This are frequently
School 9:30.: Worship, 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan.Mr. Mr and Mrs. E.J. Raulerson should strive for a ph of about use is based on recommendations the nutrients calcium causes
and 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice. and Mrs. McClellan{ were spent Monday to Wednes- 6.0 or above for most garden of trained soils specialists and nitrogen -
Lyle Anderson Given Navy 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m. Tuesday overnight visitors of day of last week with their plants. One exception is potatoes This means the first ap- leached out faster potassium than to be
I Wednesday. her brother-in-law and sister, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. which will do well in proach to any soil nutritional on field
Achievement MedaJ' Twenty-two members of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Pringle. and Mrs. John Petrey in Arcadia the ph range of 5.0 to 6.0. problem is to test the soiltodetermlne crops so as they needed should be replaced -

Grace MethodistChurchattended They also visited Mr. and Mrs. where they attended the The pH range for beans, cucumbers the pH factor and results] for best

the Bishop's Convocation at Birchfield Miller of Sanford. funeral of Mr. Petrey's father, papers, radish, and obtain a recommendation on -A
J, Lyle Anderson, Jr., (right) vision and exceptional profess- the Civic Auditorium !in Jack- Mrs. Bill Anders and chil- John Petrey Sr. squash should be 6.0 to 6.5 the amount of lime needed to soil test good for rule of thumb is to
'':'Senior: Chief Fire ContrCl, Tech- ional skill, maintained'' all '''the sonville last Sunday afternoon. dren and Mrs. L.S. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs Edward Bro- For cabbage, carrots, lettuce, change it to the desired level. year and have liming every other

niclan. U. S. Navy, has been fire control equipment in an grandchildren were visiting ward of Jacksonville were visiting peas and spinach, the range "Unless the problem can be lizer lime and ferti

awarded the Navy Achievement extraordinarily hgh! state of HOMEMAKERS[ MEETING Mrs. Troy Bennett at the homeof the Raulersons on Sundayof should be 6.0 to 7.0. Azaleas corrected, fertilizers- both the basis recommendations of made on
Medal for meritorious service readiness and reliability. His Mrs. Ed Durban was hostessto her son-in-law and daughter last week. on the other hand, are acid- test results.

,from Feb. 12 to June 20,1969. ;supervision and coordination! of the Lawtey Homemakers Clubon Mr.and Mrs. Glen Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston loving and will do best at pH

Anderson Is the son of Mrs. a highly effective training program Thursday of last week. Af- in Macclenny. and Nancy visited Mr. and Mrs 5.0 to 5.5

James M. Ban-on of SUrke. coupled with his outstanding ter the devotional, a business Weekend visitors of Mr. and John Cowart and their new "A common mistake is to W & D TRACTOR SALES

and Is stationed! with the :ravel knowledge of battery session was held and plans Mrs. Clifton Smith were their daughter in Heilbronn on Saturday think that a pH of 6.0 is just

Ordnance System. Support Office Alignment procedures and': fire started for the annual county son-in-law and daugher Mr. a lottle more acid than 7.0. I

Pacific San Diego Calif. control computer capabllties! fair. A workshop for making; and Mrs. Joe Dyal, and children Box 75 LaCrosse.. Fla. ph. Alachua
The citation accompanying; significantly enhanced gun ac trays will be held at the Feb- of Miami. 462-2628

the medal stated: "For meritorious curacy and combat effectiveness. ruary meeting, and a dress review Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howard OLIVER TRACTORS

achevement: while attached His leadership, professionalism was set for April[ 23. of Boyds Md. are visiting Mr. BRADFORD PECANS 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

to and serving !In USS and devotion to duty re Refreshments were served by and Mrs. Jerry Wilkison and Implements' Sidewinder'
Richard S. Edwards (DD950)as flect great credit upon himself the hostess. Those attendingwere children this week. Mowers Rolland
Leading Fire! Control Technician and were In keeping with the Mrs. O.J, Boyett Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Hewittof FOR SALE Transplanters.' Coir! Planters, John

highest traditions' D.A. Jones, Mrs. J.H. McFar- Tallahassee were visiting
from Feb. 12 to June 20, of the U. S. I Combine
land Mrs. H.P Mrs. Hewitt's Mr. and and Hay Equipment
1969, during! combat operations Naval Service. Faulkner Mrs. parents
against the enemy. Senior Chief The citation was signed by J.H. Faulkner a visitor, Mrs. Mrs. A.D. Dobbs last week. Shelled and Unshelled I

Petty Officer Anderson, W F. Brlngle, Vice Admiral of Shirley Newport the extension Mrs. J.O. Pons and sons and Blue. Ezee Flow and Others.
through tireless personal the U. S. Navy.INDIAN agent, Miss Martha Sue Mc- their friend, Jack Reichenbach, WHOLESALE & RETAIL r
super- Cain and bits Durban. The of Tallahassee, visited Mr. and I TRACTOR REPAIRS on AU.l\IAliEg&.1\I0DEI: $

next meeting will be held] at Mrs. B.E. Reddish during the Starke'
"""" "'Y'f"Y..n the home of Mrs. week. State Farmers Market
O.J. Boyett. i Calvin'C.
Williams and
MELROSEProm 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton L Raymond DyalGeorge



Lake ......
near Melrose with his aunt and 07: Michael CARL BEGGS
H. Cbltty
uncle, the J.C. pagans; and ....
470-2171: ClASSIFIED
John Chamblee, who lives just ADS GET RESULTS Gulf Service

across the fence, went to the .....................- USED PARTS

Induction Center In Jacksonville Top Prices for Wrecked Gar

for their physical examinations Maude Sitton, of Duto, HI., a II: ::a=I..-1t: illllllICIIt: 1I-- ".YJ'.IDI. =IIIa: _I_. ::t 11I11II: lf II _Y._" '" _II u_III.= _: =-,anCED ._ --r'-::t.._.._-I. ._:"I._.._... 94 -fT/mt---- ccr.. .".-..-.-VAW-. ...._..._..._.
Allen was informed that he has has been visiting her brother, Fuel
one month to lose one pound Mickey Gaunt and the Tom HEM WANrItLa"' -- Oil -

and they will call him in thir- Norwood family for a few days. CLASSIFIED! !: AD RATES workers. Kitchen aids labor- PUMPSNEW ; VACUUM cleaners re-1 I Used Cars -
ty days. ..rnlj.1! :: $15 up. 10 different Hwy. SOl N. Wald
Sam and Dorothy Butler and era, cottage AND USK1J
Up to 15 word ____.. Lib :: ..ace ''j'niids! : to choose from. i I E. LaRue 468-1998
son, Charles Henry, of Ormond cooks and clerks trround- SALES-I'ARTS-SElt1' I K'KDeep : '
FORMER CLASSMATES (Minimum oharp r'.rt s x excellent all'!
Beach were visiting her keep, truck driver. Five & Shallow \VtIUWnter AGENCY
former together again were three Mrs Jo Strandberg over Koch= wont over 18 __ .07 day week, eight hour day: Softeners & Killer- III II Iu',$. Wateon's House of Auto '''re Homeowners
classmates from Derea the weekend. State. Vaciuniw: > T12 N. Main Galnes37 I
College in Kentucky;: C.E. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Humph Bmtim charge! U not sick leave.retirement If interested vacation please, Expert Service On : ? :37
Campbell, J, Henderson Brock rays, of Tallasassee, have been paid la adrano __._ J5Momorua. apply in person Personnel All Makes Keystone Height 473-4692
and Earnest Bartlett. hail
They visiting her brother Plumblnr Service DID YOU KNOW j ,--
respectively Jacksonville, -in-law and Manager, Sunland Train- it's easy to
Bradenton and Melrose, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bar BoaoluMon !inn Center, O"lne ville. Fla Phone 964.7061 ()V\.fI.\ Longchamp Home? T'' t -
An equal opportunity DURRANCE PUMP Eettfr niillt for F'jr.-ln' Hvins. MEM: WANTED Men cottage
have maintained[ thfclr friend- rows.Mr. employ I
; 7
ship since the 1920's when and Mrs. Owen Bryant Mate pot word er. AND SUPPLY CO. I ifou; plan or ours I pa; tutago ,ve.:. 21. Starting IIE

strait-tit from college, they spent last weekend in Jacksonville tt"hlr, Your lot or ours. Contact Mufod I I iy S329 month, promotion op- .
CARDS OF" THANKS : 6..1 I "t\inltles\ and regular] !Incrfas's -
came with J.C Penney to help with Mr and Mrs. Coker. VWrhelJ.! ph-a: :; 1
Mrs. J. INSURANCE //I fill'1 'P O H'jx ,, In pny 8 hour day 5day
set up Penney Farms. M. Lorlmler and Mrs. 00 SUPER STICK :Ki8: :Mark: i:
Ellis! Crenshaw visited Mr. and word or lea.r 8.CO Letters & Numbers Vinyl for Plash AT REDUCED RATES!: .er, i week, sick ]cave, vacation\ ,

FREIGHTER TRIP Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Wednes Each word over BO .. ..01OJl'Jl'lCIAL and exterior use All sizes:Interior 41TTO. FIRE BOAT iI I sttite! retirement: If Interested ri eel,
co I ITana'ler.
Mrs. R.P. Vogh former Deanof day evening. lors. Bradford DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE ,tisane' npply in person Personnel

Girls at a Miami[IUghSchool, The Chitty family had a busy County( Telegraph tf AGENCY. ..JII1fYTOURE'S: : !' Sunland Training Cent i

has just returned from a 4 week: visiting relatives In Willisten. INSPECTION Irhr' SUN SPORTS r. OntnesvlUe, Fla. _

month excursion around the Gainesville! and other Open STATION. I An equal opportunity employ 1rYti
Dally 8
world by frieghter. places. While there all AJVI. 5:30 P. M. PHOTOCOPIERS: from M0.50 "r.
we en. I
)Joyed a meal of "Kentucky Except Saturday 8-12 Noon to B25., Take the drudgery out t R A I R DMok MOOItK: BOAT TORVOfR R

MABLE PEARSALL CIRCLE Fried Quail" cooked by Mrs. HILL'S GARAGE of paper work.-Bradford Coun- ] 1 Home :SIONKVStnrkc WANTED: Used Wrln -Wea1t-1 i 1er.

The Mabel Pearsall Circleof Botla Brown of Kentucky Fried KeyaUne tv TeIP ranh. u' I'h. &6A4-.17 I Will pny cash or take !In'f
Heights '
the Melrose United Methodist Chicken place] in Starke. That'smighty Telephone 473-465 SEWING MACHINE NEXV ;and USED roinplttc Outboard & Stern trade on anything DAHMER'S. ,
Church CleAn"".
will hold the Jan-
fine eating 9.t0.1 984-7925. tt chg |
oiled ? ti'ide(7a1nP.vIIIP DrUe S..rvla'd -
and adjusted in \! Repair.Complt.t.
uary meeting at the home of yourhome. GAINESVILLE
Speaking of food, Otis Melton] MIMOSA MANOR .. i
53.00. Vacuum Filxrulass Repair. I II
Mrs. S.G Smith on Jan. 28.VISITIG and I :MOBILE HOME cleaner \VILL BUY Used
attended :
the 16th Annual PARK Appllancei,
repairs also All work( suiranteed. noo" Oiis=,|5v C'I s I a nt-Iuilt Fiberglass I SI: El. 2nd Ave &
Bible Conference at Trinity Trailers and Spaces For Rent Dennis Furniture, TV's. Stereoi. anything
: RELATIVES Baptist Church In Jacksonville Phone 964-7498. tfchg 4311428. E. Cogging. Phone n.m"nhh. Priced Fishing Rants of value. DAHMER'S.SUPER 2nd Street

Mr. and Mrs. George Il. and enjoyed a "eplritualfeast"served tfch a r.'necn'l11e .17'crvlred. .')745I Near Post Office
Hershman of Melborne, visited BUY SELL TRADE Used STICK Vinyl Plastic I
by Evangelistic Guaranteed 'Open "Til.8
Lester A .T, Thomas al'dnf'II.rl'cI I'.M.
Mr. Hershman's mother and Registered; Real I Letters, all sizes, Perm-
Roloff and Tiler Furniture. Appliances: ToyisToote. \ ,
Dr. Peter In !Stark
Ruckman Brown Estate Broker ArmVO
two sisters Mrs. Ada since 1953. Spec
Wlmberly's! Trading anent : use on wood glass
Mrs. Leslie Price and last week. i- ializing In appraisals for en-1 I EXTRA TOST plast'c.'
Post, 7434 Blending Blvd., pa"er. metal leather.'NYTlII'IlG .
Mrs. C.!'. Perry, here riday Sunday dinner guests of the fates, corporate and individual 1 T'S! tti N. 1 S02 NW 13th: Jacksonville. tfchgSRY -Bradford County
and Saturday. He( is eriployed Chittys were Teenle and Roy ,. ._ :11A !7AS" Telpll"aDh" tf WANED
with the County Road Department Crenshaw and:! children of 3 in Florida Land Matters. 205 N. I On Acreage Buyers!

in Melborne. Gainesville! and Palma] and Hubert Temple] Ave.. Starke Fla.] TeL : SF.RVTOK: : Smnll: ] inpllanee PAYROLL ENVELOPES! Waiting. Strout Realty" ,, Reg

Another brother, Mr. Osca Chitty of Starke. Billy Bsll olk.wagenNew (54-5701)(! tf flat'! gtarke Hirrt-v-p To. tOB E: Bradford County; Telesraplu ;f Broker 2111 N, Temple Ave
and Zeeta Koberson from Port who Is home on leave, visited ,ICilT Sf PSr,"p HR4 Mil. Nrhv P" 164-6305: ph. qfi4-fifiQ9 Starke Fla.
Orange joined the group along us also. & U dr1). EXPERIENCED WAIT R ESS 11 I, '
with their son and daughter- Sales Senkb wanted Good pav. Applv] In person I r..oRF.I.J.KIR! :: !I, from CARTER FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bedroom CHRISTMAS: -A-IVAl'S

in-law, Harold and Judy Ro- 'WJ at Longhorn Restaurant. U. I S9,9S- Bradford: Cour.'w Tel- trailer outside city limits LEFT {;XI1EnSEWING

berson from Dublin, ('aliC, h Old 1 Ml. North of THe Mall S :301 South tfchflr *rm, h. Ph 4A4-M0.1.: J, B. White, 964--114. tfchg MACHINES. We have;

month with her son, the Reverend FOR RENT: TV sets baby FOR SALK Ooncprl* bios PAINTS Ihoy were Chtistinic -

Glenn Mingledorff In C9 beds slat guitars, amplifiers loose: 3 hMrraom, 1 bith.
Nashville and returned Monday. r refrlirerxtorn: day or week. DA- tai.. ] "I'\t: f.t "I" MnJtlo"lnr! r"r. CAMP I I up. cu-'Diners left area We are
Mr. and Mrs C,F. Perry tau H4TDR'5.964.7923: tf-eh r rr tat D'-nnp' lI'U7' '' ffo"'" unnble to locate them" You can
Mrs !Nell E. Ross Rugs-Fish-BIrds-Oameheads I I
Mrs. Ada
Roberson and Mr. and Mrs. ) Chaz. Lundy Plaza-Lodge Motel FnR SAL'S!: Registered:! Pole F.I'NTF.: ; M'RSERYnnn. !' SALES havthsse machines for the
H?rforrt bull 2 vears old. Also ','' : balance of $f>7 each. Cain or
: .
!leslie Price; enjoyed a covered Starke, Fla. St chg 1-29 Pear and Plum
dish-barbeque supper at the TV some register! Angus bulls]! Trees! Sa'''ma and Kumquat I 2920 Waldo Road pay $ !n) per month Phone
964-6114. Jacksonville COLLECT 353-13-W
home of Mr. and Mrs( Oscar tfchg O-nnmintpl] "hnib! All types. Gainesville 376-0691
Koberson, whose four childrenand "TH hoar fruit, most" "urapetines OR $6.98 TRACK ? i'i'. north of Lnwtey on Hlway Authorized Dealer ANYTIME. 1B06 Main Street

fourteen grandchildrenwere trees" and speeches' $3.08 TAPES, only '01 tarn', nt Van! Phone! 782-34(53.( I "Starcraft" Dreamer Jacksonville. Florida. Will rtellvr -
home need Drunine. HAS with your trade at DAH- no oblisation.] 4tchJf: l-2f!/
for a visit MER'S Discount! House tfchgr "Wheel Camper"Travel

...- .............."'" '\ .....{+! T.OT<; or A-reacrp for Campers Trailers- Fold -Downs Truck bottles Antiques: furniture- Large glass Collection.Hard
.(' \ .t. \ftt s < 3 BR HOME[ Fop Sale] Starke. "l 1" in Orp n Arras !snb-dlvl- SALES SERVICE ware. Variety[ all
: vt Ire U kinds. We
'9f. '/ t ,..... I n PhmP 1I1I.1. (n1R. 4tch 2,S
"!" Only $100 dn. $84.90 a mo Gnorth 0 Buy & Trade. Come out &
\ ; i on 301 past nI.'lcourt wANTED-Ladv 35 or 40 yrs. browse! around. Griffls: Old
; "
: BUYING COINS Phone 964-6848 house turn left on Davis St.t -f a?* for Cln'rk bar Minimum! LABEL MAKERS, from Trading Post. 2"-i miles NorthOf

{ i'(' 20% TO 50% OVER Ji Go approx. 1 block house bn Pth BTode erincat'on and must 19.95- Bradford County Telegraph. Starke on 301. Ph 964-7289.
Face Valuef't .
left. W flnanc! N Aid > .
Tape. .> wlll'nor] to wo'-k, Aoply In I Ph. 964-8305. ttchgWATSON'S
DIMES, QUARTERS HALVES, DOLLARS \ VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY Write: House For Sale. P. O.q"x r>"r on ot Sty+ckpv's. Hwy. 301

o'4 1964 OR BEFORE \l:. MASTER Add Machines, with 7337.: Orlando or call: ((3034944'Kn. North. 2tchu 1-22 PAINTS AND FOR RENT: -Furnished apart-I'j']i
3tp 1-29
Also we will buy 1963 subtraction SPECIAL I
Halves Nickels 1959 or \\'i-: ;' this meats AIsj house for 1
'. before Cents 1931 or before. month only $69.95. Ideal for FOR SALESelect Northern country. Small Sown payment House of Vacuum
r'7 RE home or light office work. National cewingMachine bob white quail (breeders) Also Paint Supplies W. H Nollmin. tfchu
4IfJ BUY SELL, OR TRADEBULLINGTON'S Bradford County Telegraph tf Tonnes Res.: Tennessee :Wary: brapd.i of new vacuums

t 1 > Co., Blonds and Button Quail E. R. TOR S LE-Large lot 110 ft. S39.00 I ii; Used machines! from
Starke \, 'o;; List your rentals with me, re- Bowers.( \ RI. 1 Box 206. Branford x 110 ft ''nsfe: city emits' City tl0. Expert Repairs all makes.

Phones Day 9SI-7271 Night 961-6250 ".' sl'cntlal 1 or commercial.] A. J. !elect] 'orn from which Fl la. ann Btchgf 2-26 For( AllPurposes wifr and electricity Ideal for Parts and Accessories for all
Thomas Realtor Tel. 96-1-5701. 'o chw., Pfaff. house trailsr hour SA50Ph "+ .
Necchl Nelco, or t cuums. Built!] in Central vacuum
,,' ..:: .. MOTOR FOR S.oLEApoech.. ... .
-" TFC New! Home & Urlverssl. n 111\4.61110. tfchst: cleaning! systems. 712 N
'f .. 5'i) horsepower good sha e.
1...... ,f..;. .,f" 1 REMINGTON CASH REGISTER This Ad Worth M.OO O. Any $1300. Call 473-4364. M'ke York FOR S.LELuge "')rner lot !thin Gainesville 376-7110

: 2-total electric: slightly! Purchase rr Repair If) 110 ft. x 110] ft. !inside! city lam HELP{ WANTED

used. Cost new, $420,, Save $100. fill W. UrlverMty Ave. 378-13W 102 EASTBROWNLEE its. S p'lc tank good lawn.shubbeT. IIFtIrtTEnF.pINeRa:!
Our sale price $320, FOR SALE 2 acres with 2 I'r ,
-Bradford concrete slab c'.ty! ICr h tAt.> M"nt l linnApnnivod -
County Telegraph. tf f M"m home:: 100 down, $33 mo. waferl: l"ctritv.) : end gas Will! p'tnl.! :, ; Pnvohlatrlc' '
STOP IF. VE DONor HAVE IT To'al] 3 500 'nivin.,* Afrniatlnn i :N*<; prc! 00. Go 2 m'.les! ..
@@[& WINTER your ?nd coat'e'e" !slab] for ''n iiidlnff "lJp -rv"'r..
DRAFTS 608 Pinewood Drive 1re'U get K for 700. Offle N rf 9'''rk.. on 301 turn "ightat 'n'l, !., t-ailer. Rt 500. Phone D64P610. JfAH Ren.r< n. ulnae benefits
_, !1tl. Transparent Plastic For rent, adults preferred, no Supplies, Furniture : lOt! Co. Rd. bevoid Hiway FILAMENT minimum lnolinl fr moat w".kende ntt;
tkhW" <-/
JP'"L;, Inside pets. A. J. Thomas, Real- Bradford Petrol off!".,. 7th house Strapplnj Tape. ? ,hI"C.1m( Hnlldflva;
STORM KITS CooatyTelesraph. on =?!;: x 60 yards; $:!.50 Single paid. u. .atl-.n. retlram -
o" 9fi4-3701. .. m *f.iv.ntvorklnir toad!
right. John: D.
143 .
.yT'r1): TO .
'qUYor (
roll. "
.. Bra "fsrd County Tele on n \iHnhl Kmplov-:
Hanl]"v B'v' LaVlnni! :!, Fla. graph '.'..- h9-'ro-'rl 1'e se. 1,100 sq. ,.r. TSii'il'no-1 15! tin pr month
65 Acres of land South of FOR SALE Champ'on' mobile tf 1"r"parklnv !"nlai, S50r
in'' J
Ito -r Hrr!r l l.c'td in nice r r'"r m""th ,, ,
'' Starke on ITS. 301, cleared nire'tir
part home. Two bedroom.
r glt t carpet, Southern Marine "'zhh'rh-ed:! Chart Goad =N'tirilni. =N.rtliMiHt, Fl 1 Mn. !Stnf
I .... and improved. A. J. Thom excellent eond'tlon. $47.85 a PAROAIV 21: Inrh Color TV '''t'1.". TICV!( c. MOak., Fla. ir .-ta'| Ma, '.-"nPH J59"mi -
-' as. Realtor Starke, Florida. mi, Cull!] 7A?-3728. Up Motorola: ] blo""'"a ah'd. t32S:\\.OO _gtrtig 1-Z!
STORMWINDOWKIT39; H. Sntth'rn D'serunt Cm- :Moved To Gainesville Ph">r! "fi'vfl'O *r 289- 911, :Max-
I r Kit FOR SALE 7V4 acres. Beautifully FOR TNT!: V11Fla. 2tp IWLTTZFEI LESJ.SPART: TIME:
consists of 36 x 72 tough plastic 2 Bedroom unfurnished n'nv Phone 4-50IO.. New \ameGainesville .
sheet IS ft. Woofed Fenced on SJl. 'Excellent commissions. Reply]
U fibre moulding and nails. :! hou e-3 m'.les! Southof
STORM 200 A near Santa Fe Lake at Starke on 301 Ph. !964-74, ) F'YF'S FABRICS D'e**. Marine CO' I to Mr. Hall AMS. inc.. 1919
-I DOOR KIT 49? Earlton. J, Bennett 1541 EL or Waljo 468-1222 between 84.tfch | d'a')'!rr. taoes'ry. first o'lal'tvp '! Lu'e!" S'eri, con ura'H.] Call Beachway Road, Suite 4-J,
s/isrdlu/ Kit consists of 36' x 84 tough plastic CamIno Rd., Apt. 3, Jax. Fla. p! and seconds. Open Mondty LYNN: ; IUlILTOIGR.: : 964.5f16> fo" compl'nwntary de .Tacksonvllle. Fla.< ItchgFOR
sheet, 21 a -
ft. of
Igetd. and
N moulding
nails nrmtrat-n.! Itp
7257347. thru
Thursday] t
a.m. n
Q.; At Hardware I Itp Johr.t-n bison Cobra Boah1a'rlne RENT Modern 1 bed-
Lumber Daalars [nrywhe r* Reduce! safe and fast with Go- r>.m Saturday 9 ti 9: Sandal,
woe bow LOSE WEIGHT safely with Bese :\ Supplies FOR RENT-On: bedroom cottars rcom house! -wired for electric
.. Pienan''Of r1..1e Tablets & E-Vap "water 1 o a. We now honer BanAmer' \k ,
:. C"'C'C0606S1 lbwneW. lYN Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c abfitehell'e t pills" : on North Walnut] S'. Nice stove or tube gas line. Heil
Andrews Pharmacy i ''9"''rrt H-vv .'01 m mies 1030 E. U::versty! Ave.
1v furnished.! Call
Drug, 9tp 2-19 bronn: Springs garden space
6tp 2-z P North of Wal'a: on 301. itch R Gainesville 964.7831.Jtt'h'1
available. 964.5053 It
PAGljr 14
JAN. 21,1971

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