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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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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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5 Awards To Be Given Tornado\ camera combined

'Jr'j'-j I u driving offense and a

.. battle for rebounds to defeat

Florida Star Conference -

At Chamber BanquetFive co-leader Palatka

South t 62-;);) here Tuesday
In I WeekTwo N night

0// awards will be presentedto The five awards will be: good The win makes two victoriesfor

schools: a .bar and two 3' deserving individuals nomin- citizenship young adult-boy, the week: coming on top of
homes were broken Into during sot f, ,. ated by members of the young adult-girl community 'a 55.53 win over St. Augustinelast

the past week, according to Bradford County Chamber of service and a humanitarian Friday, boosting the Bradford -
Commerce at the Chamber'sannual
.Information .from the Bradford award. season record t;> 76. Tho
Sheriffs Ornce.Tw meeting and banquet tonight Gert II.W. Schmidt presidentof Tornadoes are now 6-2 in Florida -

the Jacksonville Area StAr Conference: play put.
) persons Joe Padgett 20 The event is set at 7:30: p.m. Chamber of Commerce, will -..,. ting them in second place behind -
and Larry King 21. have been .
at the Starke Golf and Country .
be the principal speaker at the > ">"fl. Live Oak. Palatka had
arrested for an attempted Club. annual dinner meeting. A nativeof ', ... .'t. 7 ,-..:
breaking and:! entering at Dot's resi- ..,..;. ..; 1S,. ... .. held second Place but now has
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Both have criminal records. Y! f'h. "
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held In Bradford ...,c. '
being .f
They are work for many years. lie Is ...... ..,1l.. :. .. \ '
: game in the second:: period with
: County Jail: under $10,000 a graduate of Cornell Univer- "" ..0" 's. : "..; .. .... "..'") the
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bond for the attempted B&Eon sity and moved to Florida In ....."'., \, ... ...; uncanny
Jan 23. first in Tampa .\ '. 1. '. :. '. ..' corner by Mark Graudon and;
Fires SetThree 1939 locating 1./ \0 :. .
The pair tried to enter a dooron lie moved to Jacksonville as -):. -:...:.. ..... ..'..' '.... ., by winning the battle of the
the north:: enl:! of the .build- t tii manager of the George Wash- boards from Palatka's two tall
Miss: : Linda<< Sue Thomas men Willie Mitchell and Larry
about 1 when Dot'sPlace and in 1947
Ing a.m. forest fires burned 53 ington Hotel joined
was clo!e3. But the owner acres in Bradford County duringthe the staff of the Florida Tractor Straw berry Queen Florence BHS had rebounds

Virgie Slade. saw the pair I week from Jan. 19-26 according Corporation as sales manager.He in the first half.
and identified: them: for the to the local head- has been an active Queen Enters Graudon led the learn effort

Sheriff's Office, according to quarters of the Florida Division community leader ever since.In with 23 points and 10 rebounds:

Deputy Glen Moore, !the investigating of Forestry.Two 1961 Schmidt was appointedto Miss Sun flavor His shooting from the: corner
officer. of the blazes appearedto the Board of Control of overcame a 9-5 Palatka lead,

The other four B&E's are have been deliberately set, Florida institutions of higher in the first period an.1 gave the
still under Investigation. : the Forest Service reports. learning and launched a $100 Beauty PageantLinda scrappy Tornadoes a 32-22 half-

Approximately: $18() In school ii Evidence was found at the scene million building program for time lend.Freddie.
lunchroom funds was stolen r to indicate they were set it the university system. When Sue Thomas Bradford Graudon had: the' Job
from Hampton Elementary was reported.One the Board of Control became County Strawberry Queen is of guarding Palaika's ace
School sometime: over the the Board of Regents In 1964, the latest entry in the "Miss Terry McCool who has :Seen
fire on SR-230 east of Schmidt was named Its first Sunflavor" Pageant set Feb.
averaging close to: 3D( points per
ckend, according to Deputy
\\ Starke burned 47 acres another vice chairman. lie was alsoa 4-6 at the Florida State Fairin game. McCool was h'gh man
Sheriff John Dempsey, who
one on the Bradford High School member of the Government Tampa.
for Palatka with 16 points,
aU the break-in was reported FFA farm north of Starke off
Study Commission which Miss Thomas will be vying he worked for every one of
Sunday night. US-301 burned half an acre. brought about the consolidation for the crown of Miss Sun- them. ,

Thieves pried the lack: off a To date In 1970 there have of Jacksonville and luvalCoun- flavor against other agri- Grau lon's defensive doesn't
door the outside: of the
on been five forest fires reportedwith queens from all over the state.
ty.At show up in the BHS scoring:: :
building and entered the the dinner meeting M.A. The Pageant Is held
a total of 62 acres burned. annuallyby column but Coach Mike Sxi.on; I
school offlcs: Dempsey said. The number has been held down .yBldwinChevroet owner of the :Florida State Fair and
had 1 Mgh prni e for the Jcb the
In a second school B&E at for the past weeks due to the in Starkewill the Department of Agricultureto
did McCool.
BHS forward on
Brock r. suspected t:> have l w wet conditions. assume leadership of the find a charming and pretty :
been done by the same party -1 ; Bradford Chamber for 1970. ambassador to represent Flori David McKnight, leading BHS
School l Average rainfall in the county; scorer chipped in with 13
the Brooker Junior High He succeeds Mrs. Loyree LaNier da's $4 billion agri-business
wts entered:! over the weekend. during the week was 1.33 inches. who directed the Chamberin throughout the nation. points and seven rebounds
!;Ire ofrtca and one classroom The tower at New River recorded 1969. The new Miss Sunflavor will Dean Johns came through with

were broken Into, but nothing 1.4 inches the Louis Other new officers to be installed be awarded a 1970 red converti 12 points an:! eight rebounds.
Hill tower at Lawtey and the Graudon had seven ret:>un:!".
'wa* found:! to be missing ac- This old oak fell on Walnut Street are B.F. Mlzell
cor) 'dinz to Deputy Dempsey.Two in front of (the J. D. Seymour home on trunk and could have been reclaimed Sant Fe tower each reported president-elect; 11.11. Everett, ble.The daughter of LCDR and Play maker Tim Murphcy

homes in ths northern Walnut Street along l with nine for another 15 or 20 years, said Jack 1.3 iches. vice president; Maxie Carter Mrs. A.C. Thomas of Hyde chipped In with 8 points and

part of the county were: entered others Burke the man w ildln/? during the past week while around the rit.v. This tree had a solid latter part of this week. D. W. WMffen treasurer. to a Tornado basket:

ths owners!! were away Mr*. (Continued on Pace. Four) BHS was down: 8.3 nt one

Russell:' ReJJlng: I left home for point in the first period:!, but

about:: \ an hour on T'I !'daY 10 City Oak Trees Cut; r r r1rf David McKnlBht! scored and the
first five BITS points
night, Jan. 20, and returned to
find the lock had: been pried brought the Tornadoes up a

off hor back d;or. Missing two point 9-5) deficit.
were! an antique clock: and a 12 Others Get TreatmentTen Then when the BUS defense
forced several Palat'ca! 'turnovers -
"!''oublrs barrell shot gun according -

to Deputy Dempsey more of the city's vener- who obtained permission from But the city didn't paint the Oraudon went to work q

The Pnul Bennett home In able oak trees were felled this the City Council to spend$1,400 places where the trees were from outside. His five IIlrallhtfirst :

La-U-v:: was entered sometlmadiirins week by tree surgeons and 12 on the project. cut and that should be done period: basket from the

ths week while the oc- more are being trimmed and Besides the cutting and preserving Davis said. corner plus a driving layAip

cupints; : wera,::: away Deputy: treated to give them longer of trees the firm Is What the superintendent hopes by Tim Murphey Rave the Tornadoes
Dimply reported. Missing: area also using a grinding machineto for he says is for the City a slim 1(5-It(; lead going

quantity: of old coins and! five life.Burke's Tree Surgeons a chew up 20 stumps of trees Council to see the result of the into' the second quarter.

pounds of hamburger from the Palatka firm is doing the work previously felled. present trimming and reclama- Continuing: their momentumInto
rrfri"iT.ilor.Environmental. under the direction of Utilities Supt. Davis says the oak tree tion project and then be willingto the second st'ln:1the: : Tor-
Superintendent Oscar Davis situation i In Starke has gottento come up with funds each nnoes outscored the Braves Hifi -
we point. wnere something ye a r to c,.onus the"lA..t......... to take the 10-pint 32.22

has to be done or the trees Jack Burke the tree surgeon hnlf-time lead. Oraudons hit

Health Survey Data will become a danger to resi- says most of the city trees three more of his set shots!
dents. He and Burke counted 80 can be saved for another 15 from the corner Dan Johns

trees over the city which are or 20 years by the pruningand contributed< six points from the

in need of treatment. painting process. It costs side of the key and\ Freddie::
To Be Available At March MeetingJ. $75 to $100 to cut a tree
The 12 trees belngprl.medand about 5 In AccidentOn Oraudan!: came up with a rc-
the wounds painted to prevent Burke says against $50 Injured .baund and put it back up fortwo
water leakage are Walnut for a pruning job. .
on point to enl\ the half.Gl'au.oI1S
lers. coordinates: and promotes
Supt. Davis last week obtained
T. Kirkland was named Street between Jackson and h.t seven of nine
environmental health si.u1y and
chairman of the Bradford !- Pratt Streets. permission to spend $700
couny in tli" firsthalf
:planning under the Health "That cutting 10 trees and grindingup US-301 SouthThe )JielJ goal attempt
County environmental Is as good a place as
Planning Council of the Jack..0nvlUe 20 stumps. lie went backto and n 12 for !tl! performance -
health committee at a any Supt. Davis answered
survey Area. Inc.. a group fin the Council this week and from the floor for the en.
when asked If those trees
of 20 representing were
meeting persons
anoe-l by federal grant end prlt to $700 Starke at Whispering Pines Motel on tire same.Palalka .
of the. in the worst shape. got permission spend driver of this demolished Tuesday afternoon resulting
various! areas
ovate donations. Davis some trees more to prune a dozen treeson 1964 Ford was charged with in injuries to five per- U.S. 301 South. The driver of : whittled away nt WBHS
county hell at the Agriculture says previously the truck was not Injured. load' in the third:) period(
Theron A. Yawn who Is the cut back by the city Walnut Street. Burke is also "improper lane change" sons.
Building Thursday night. Jan. Bradford County member on available for private work whilehe following an auto-truck collision Driver of the car was Mary According to State Trooper but never came clo"'r than
are budding: out nicely now.
22.Health the six-county study presided! is In town. on U.S. 301 south of Palmer Van Syckel 48. Most Robert Pace the accident occurred four points then briefly Tho
planning-what fieldsit when the driver of the tenaciously] man'tain9d
for naming nlnd committee seriously injured was Mary Lou Tornadoes:
Includes and:! the necessityfor chairman. to survey various Davis 28, a passenger in the passenger car made an at I li'ast n sx! point advantage -

a survey of the situationas health fields. Each of these car, who is still confined to improper change of lanes while / :! most of the time.
it now exists was explained committees will gather Information Old CourthouseGoes Bradford County Hospital for traveling north on 301. The truck Gain Into the: faurth:: pcrloc1

by Thomas A, Strickland on existing condition observation and treatment. also traveling north crashed BITS ha 1 a 44-40 el2( but
director of environmental into the car swinging it aroundso
In the county. and turn reports Other passengers In the car Dean Johns scored four pointsabout
health study for six counties over to Mr. KlrklaniJ: for the who were treated and released that the car was caught i 15 fret out/ t:> mike: **\-

Induing: Duval. Baker. Brad. county-wide study report. were: Herbert Van Syckel 14; under the tandem wheels of 40 early In: the fourth period.:
ford, St. Johns Nassau and the truck. The weight of the In tn
Clarence Van Sycket, 14; and After slowing down\
Clay. Mr. Strickland:! adminls- John Myers Is chairman of Elmer Davis 5. All reside fully loaded truck dragged the third quarter the pace pit.ked
Schoolsby passenger car 334 feet from
air pollution: L. M. Gaines To point of Impact before it was up in the fourth with both

food protection; Gene Ravburn, able to stop. teams! going for the ba'kat.
COFFEE DAY recreation san't"t'on; Buford! Union Assault The passenger car was BITS outscored Palatka! 10-1":) in

Mitchell: residential environment the final eight! mlnutei. Grau-
termed a total loss and damage
; Joe Kerrigan and Robert A deed signed by county officials COW'1 &Attorney T.A. Yawn. been discussed in board meet- dons kept up hH pace with
Friday to the truck was estimated at
Scott garbage trash. and solid and transferring the old Plerce's fee simple deed was ings. Indications from school Trial PostponedThe $300. eight:; points! and Rot help from
January 30 wastes; Merle Packham, vector Bradford County courthouse to approved by the County Com- ,officials are still that the build In other accidents during the Murphey. McKnight and Johtw.
the Board of Public Instructionwas mission at a meeting Monday ing will be sold at the first
control (insects and varmints) Th Tornadoes hit 41 per
: Franklin
At All the office of week Dr. II. McNutt, !
delivered to Jan. 19, but was not signedat trial of Lawrence Connell -
4 opportunity I however. thefloor
public anJ private sewage' 80 of N.C. Greenville was
RestaurantsAnd Supt. Tom Casey about 9:30: that time.Transfer Transfer of the old courthouse 40, of Lake Butler, charged
Ernest Triest: public water injured last Friday when his i i making 29! of 67 field goal!
StoresIn a.m. Wednesday.The to the school with aggravated assault witha
I board
Drug is the resultof
Don Hill: radiological health document was dated of the property was car was hit from the rear i attempts. Palatka had 22 field
the school pistol Donald! D, Carter
< Starke Frank Williams. Jan. 27. It transfers the old agreed upon at a joint meetingof by another car driven by I i goals and hit only 11 of 20 free
< the school board and county Willie Warnock 75, of Calla-1 throws.
to the school board
Proceeds Go To building plans for the courthousetwo In Union Clr.
new postponed County
Each committee chairmanwill with condition that commission last Nov. 17. After J han. Report of the accident, "lie can do It anytime he
only one
March of Dimes enlist other workers to help if $45,600 is receivedby much discussion the agreement years ago. School officials cult Court last week. which occurred on US 301 northof want. to." Conch Sexton saidof
find out about his particular over the school board should that was made for the outright release I then: asked for funds from the The assault it allege to have Lawtey said McNutt!' was 4 Graiilon.i' performance, the

situation. County health "'vll sell the building the of the old red brick <County "driving too slowly as to Impede tall: fanvard': best game since'
agency I to build their
defense agriculture, medical, excess goes to the county. building at Call Street and Tem ffices.: own separate 'bar owned by1 Connell. Carteris the normal flow of traffic" j he ::orod! 23 points: an t had 15
his Space Contributed building legal adv'MI's. AS County Clerk Inman Green ple Avenue plus the old county a U. S. Marine. !No' charges were filed. rebounds' :! against Live Oak.
Publicize well as city and county officials delivered the document to jail adjacent to the old court- last They were finally told late Assistant State Attorney Samuel Wayne Floyd 38Jas- David MsKniiht: leading
to that
Weekly courthouse
will be asked! to assist in Casey's office. house with single provision construction year Gene whhworth_ wan ready togo per school coach received an corer with n 17 point average
Community, Events; b, providing data for the various Supt. Casey has told the County that if the building is sold c: Then school funds officials remained. to trail! but James L. Tom- eye Injury Saturday night as T/as off Tuesday ni-jht, but still
reports. the county will receive any lln.-wi attorney tar: Connell he was driving a school bus
Commission it will cost heir drive to the old contributed I 13 points.A I .
The CommunityState $45,600 to construct new school amount in excess of $45,600. secure said the defense was not ready west on State Road 100 7 miles even 'though
ourthouse:: as a means to get good: scorer
Recommendation for future because one of the defense wit- west of Starke. According to
,Bank administrative offices with At that time it was utdi- new offices and to be assured tie's! off. he'll still score some.
planning and lawmaking will nsses ill and in a hos- Trooper Carson Turlington the
3,800 feet. was : Sexton
square cated the school board'plans Jupt. Casey and his staff would l He'll help you, Coach
Account now Insured! be drawn from the survey with The deed conveying the property to sell the building to the highest h lave offices as long as they p.tal. injury occurred when unknown s al<1.
the Ideas of local citizens for After Judge John Craws occupants of a 1968 Mustang
to the school system was a Do
bidder and to use the re needed.
to S20.000 by
up coordinating the many aspect prepared by Attorney George checkeJ with the witness's doctor tossed two soft drink bottles
proceeds for construction of Supt. Casey however maintains Game
Federal )Deposit Insur of environmental health to Pierce for the school board school administrative offices still that the school offices he announced that the trial from their car, shattering the nns in id 12 ia-02
Vnce Corp. make Bradford County a better after that body had turned down for Supt. Casey and his staff should have been Included would be postponed four or five: windshield of the bus. No char-

place In whi,h to llv the first document prepared Since then the matter has not J'n the new courthouse. material weeks, pending witness.recovery of a ges the were Mustang made, as did the not driverof stop. (Continued on Page. Six)

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WOMEN New River Baptist WMU
p 'Was host for the New River
Association Baptist WMU at
*Gladys their church Thursday! morn-
Mooty: Phone 964-7608 **%
ing, Jan. 15. Members !from
five churches attended for the
Shrine CIuH prayer time, coffee hour, and OPPORTUNITIES

Installs OfficersAt prc.blem-solvlnz. clinic.
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Sat-
DinnerDanceThe missionaries
y ,. terwhlte, medical
r on furlough from Japan,
Enlisted:! Men's Club at are scheduled for the program
Camp Blandlng was the setting for the next quarterly meeting
Thursday night Jan. 22, for Y 'on April 15 at the Madison:
the installation Starke Shrine Street Baptist Church.Hamburger .
Club officers for 1970.
Nobles and their ladles: enjoyed 1 14i g-fl Saving Plans U
a cocktail hour and dinner, Fry
preceding the installation cere- For CrusadersThe
monies. Special guess! on this
'occasion wire Illustrious! Potentate o"
Crusaders youth groupof \
Richard Hardage and
the First Christian Church
members of the Divan and I held a hamburger fry Saturday M

their ladies.: evening! at the home: of Mr. and
Officers Installed by the Illus Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. on Edwards :
trious Potentate were: President
Morgan-Waters Julian E. McRae; 1st Vice Entertainment Roai:!. was providedby : Federal

Engagement Told President, Charles L. Dinkins; The Plainsmen string band.: First
2nd Vice President! Roy L. Chaperoning the 30 young

Mr. and Mrs. Claude:! A. Morgan Brnntley; Treasurer: Eugene Marion P. Hawkins folk were Betty Jane Morgan
M. Gilbert S.
Lana; Secretary
and announce approaching the marriage engagement! of Brown. Weds Mr. DeCanio J.Mrs.Kite Charles, and Charles Zlpperer Reese.Mrs j i@ .& '
Special recognition was given
their daughter Linda Yvonne In Grace Baptist riqtllimt.1i "i.&Th&R't1''
1o eeveral Nobles present who
to James S. Waters, son of Brownies Enjoy
Mr. and Sirs J. L. Waters of have: recently received 50-year Marion P. Hfrwklns. daughter ........ .......
Masonic Pins, and to Noble
Lawtey.! Fritz Kramer for receiving! the of Mr. and M-s. CI'nton W. Skating PartyMrs. ;:::1:: ::::f11 f----__ __ __ _ ____ ___

from Miss Bradford Morgan H'gh'will School graduate In 1969\ award as "Shriner of The Buff of StaH, and M'chael' R. S. Mulllns' Brownie 11 1 1 1
June. She Is now employed with Year. DeCnnlo of Miami, s'n) of Mr. Troop 604 Mrs. Jack Eaves JIo SAVINGS
President McRae announced and Mrs. Paul: Buran of Starke!!, Raiford
370, and the
the Motor Vehicle Inspection! Troop
Station In Starke. She Is also the appointment of the following were united in marriage on Brownie troop: held a skating: I i EFFECTIVE
1 1970
secretar '--treasurer the local committee chairmen: Chap. Saturday. Jan 17 n Grace ;party Monday afternoon at the ,
DCT Club. lain Tom F. Howell: Publicity1 Baptist Church at 10:30: ( a.m. Lawtey skating rink. I m
find Scribe, Charles L. Dinkins; Rev. Don Drawdy performedthe 50 If
The approximately young
Mr. Waters Is a 1969 graduate: SO MINIMUM
Finance. Pierce Entertainment double-ring ceremony in the .
of BHS and is employed with ; people) : attending:! included members lID .

Winn-Dixie in !Jacksonville He Roy L. Brantley and Christmas; Crippled Party family.presence of) the immediate sisters of and the Brownies brothers. and their 11t1j Per Annum 1t11I >- --- -- -- --- --- rat- ---
recently graduated from th3
Children, and Chicken:! Dinner, Centering: the altar were two

National Maintenance Guard School: In Port with Jackson the Albert F. Ga-ner:! ; Marshall, glad'oll! baskets and : of will's-mums. the During Brownie( the refreshment members. prac-; I :!! !!: .*.-Earnings.'......-..... '..*.*Quarterly..7.'.'..*.'.'..'-..-.".-.. !
S. C., and completed basic Frank L. Williams; Candy ]pompoms.Given ticed for the Scouting program m,.:::::::::: ...:. .. .:.;:;:mm:::::;: ..,
in m\rrl"ge! by her '' '' '' .w.w
Fritz Kramer: Refreshments, they will! present at the Ssuth- I
training at Fort Knox Ky.
Noble and Mrs. Tom Howell father the bride wore a two-
; side! PTA meelntg Tuesday
A July wedding is being plan :
piece coat dress of mint Take
bed Dance, Eugene M. Long; installation green night. w..w''l.I
Gilbert! :! 'S. Brown. with blege accasor'es.! With
After the business! session I: this she warp a d'amnnd! pend- Ladies
members and guests enjoyed: ant a'tdan h'orchid corsage AuxiliaryTo
I $i&@iiW<'Wiml"! "
r danoinp to mus'.c: provided by The bride formerly] was night Be OrganizedAn Ir'I@11R
The Moody: Boys auditor at the Holiday Inn of :
Starke and prev'ou worked
Garden Club at the University of Flor'da.' organization meeting of :j:;j : :
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b : Hears Talk On Mr. Deanto returned! from service Fire Department Ladies!!! Auxiliary <

*.f ,j. Flower ShowThe in is Vietnam employed:: last: in Septemberand Miami 2. at will.I 7 In held Fellowship Monday.: Feb.Hall I 525Per roll ON 6 MONTH CERTIFICATES

where the couple resides. ... :
of the First United Method'stChurch. :::: .:.:.:.
'Starke Garden Club nit t
Monday afternoon at the home All ladles:: Interested la :; j iji m $5,000 MINIMUM
Phi are
Sigma Joining the organization
'Of> Mrs. A. Ru. s"H Norman with invited to attend. ......... ..:.:..;- to-- ---- -- --- ten- __tta_ to to
Mrs. L. L, Fulhvood presiding Honors Mrs. SladeBeta For further information, call :;:::;:: A.:::::;:
The club made nla".!+ to In- Mrs. Chris Gentleman: at 964- :mw. j::;:j,
rite the D'sfcrlrt "" ""
e r to the
Sigma! Phi! sorority met.Mondav .
May meeting The!! horticulture night at the home of 5351.964-7397 or Mrs evenings.Phoebe< Bakken at ::;:;:: Earnings Quarterly ;:;;:;;

chairman :Mrs R. F. Young Mrs. Phillip! Clark with Mrs.T. i @WiiiitM
judged the mptr'':>ers' potted!: J. Tyre as cohostess.Mrs. .
plants and explained th-e paint C. W. Slade the 1970
system to be used in the S'ate Valentine Queen waq presented! : Your
Flower Show on Marrh 2021in .with: an engraved silver charm I :
Terry Elaine Jones the Re'tz; Un'on Bulling! its a memento.
Gainesville Mrs. Young a nationally Mrs .
To Wed Mr. KerseyMr. James Dyal and Mrs. ,
accredited flower show C. J. Johnson assisted the hostess .
Judge urged'\ members to enter In serving refreshmentsafter %t'1.i "' -
and Mrs. A. M. Jones
announce the engagement of all and of cut their The plants horticulture the business meeting. rlliW i"$1iiimnl ; i

their daughter Ter-y Elaine .
division! is o,en to all UDCToMeet
to Robert Eric Kersey, son of amateur gardeners, whether a 1:::;: riiiiiitt :- to- too- to na--- .
to tea tat tae as--- tat rON
Mr and Mrs. R. C. Kersey of
garden club member or not. w T. Weeks chapter UDC

Starke.Miss! Jones and Mr. Kersey be The at the February home meeting will will meet Wednesday Fsb. 4, h 1j111 1 2 YEAR CERTIFICATES :
Mrs. Full-
are Wedding bath: graduate plans cf will! an- wood with a demonstration! of 3:30: L. p.m.O. Powell at the with home Mrs.of 1 11 1 1 j1
corsage making .by Mrs. Norman 000 MINIMUM .
nounced at a later date. George Flynn Sr. and Mrs C. 1 U 0 $10 :
A. Knight as co-hostesses.
II JANUARY 26 1970 (

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-- tt.'u
II::: Per Annum .:.:.:.: ---. ---- tilts :.
Clara Louise Batten mm. tJ

Weds Mr. PattersonMr. !:fii::::;: Earnings Quarterly :::::::: .:

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and Mrs. L. W. Batten >>" .X '<<'-''>> '<<''''''''''"",''M'<
of Route 1, Stark announce Pick
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Clara! Louise, to JimmIe
Ed war J Patterson, son of Mr. ,i.
and Mrs. J. L. Patterson, of tr
Route 2, Starke.
The bride-elect ni seniorIn

Ir holds Bradford membership High! School in the and Na- Saving Insurance Has Been Increased To

tional Honor Society: : and DCT

Club.Mr.. Patterson graduated from .".
high school In 1966 at Fart : '.:
Worth Texas! and Is now servo "'. ,.'..
'. .
ing with the U, S. Army in :
Vietnam. "0'j .
A summer wedding Is planned .'..


Junior Club 2aOO 'x

To Meet MondayThe ;z:.

Fine Arts Department
cl the Junior Woman's Club ,.,
with Mrs. Vernon Reddish: .I',,',
chairman will present the pro
gram at the Junior Woman's ,
Club meeting Monday, Feb. 2, r:.'
at 8 p.m. '..'
Hostesses will be Mrs. Elzle By a recent Act of ..Congress: Insurance provided by the Federal :
Savings ?
Sanders. Mrs. Arnold Griggs & Loan Insurance Corporation: has been increased to $20,000.
and Mrs. James Lawson ber of this organization: As mem--
our customers will now have
reater :f
Members were out Sunday: than before. protection
ever No
one has ever. lost a dollar in
{ collecting for the Mother'sMarch account. an Insured savings ;r
for the March of Dimes. :.

Increased safety for your money plus attractive dividend

Birthday Party savings account in our Association one of the finest investment make a ,;;:
.:. on the market. Your account, in is '
For Richie FenderRichie any amount welcome .:.:_
L Fender celebrated his ''..-.,
fourth birthday anniversary .21' '. ,'.
Saturday afternoon when his .
7_ .' '''' >- ..-.r. ::A45"7: *",. ':": -.L-"" __ mother-gave a party for him! fI I .;.'
.. .
and several friends. r,1 r' .. I. ?
Games and::! refreshments 111\ r I i.....,
'Were enjoys'bY the vmngsters. I fW ,,m1 '
.. .U -
Cost cutter .. _
: Asslst'ng Mrs Fender were ---;:;:: .'.: -U: ,....,
Carolyn Brown and Denise \

It', little wnnderou'wf.unJ so Carving the roast drying your Wink r.
many way! to make your work vaster powering .1 drill rinjin you ,.-i. ImJ i z J SAViNGS AND it lOAN ASSOCQA N f
your life brighter with electricity. TV when it comes to serving yo.,t Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clarkof I
Alter ail it's, the biggest.bargain in in o: variety of ways, there's just ro Pipley, Tenn. and Mrs. R.E. () : ti
your buil et. The average: ) price paid match for Homeless electric... McDaniel of Westchester, Pa. .. ::
per kilowatt hour by FPL-served Any WilY you! shoe. it. are guests of Col. and Mrs. ((904)) 9645000.345 WEST MADISON STREET I/O/ :. r; :_'
f families UxJ.iy! is actually one-third J.A. Griffin. They all attendedthe STARKE, FlOmOA 37091' / X: .
less than it wa in 1957 How's that ... .. Cokerin ,
,., .tf funeral of Mrs. M.E. r.
for bucking the inflationary trend? ........-.,......... Jacksonville on Tuesday. I .b.
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I c-------j: -- -(-]----- --- I Winners Duplicate Named Bridge NEWS ABOUT '1 il ilI

fkHU :Mrs. Marie Dent and :Mrs. '

f.YlJ Lucile at Davie the Duplicate were overall Bridge/winners SERVICE MEN PLYMOUTH

''II"' Club Tuesday night, with six ---_.-
'-Mrs. Edward Burns represented I Mr. and Mrs.Charley Wigginsand Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Johnsonof 'tables In play.Eastvoest I I II
\ the Episcopal Women family and Corkey Fender Walpeton, N.D. were Sunday winners were Mrs
of the Church at the 127th an- of Stockton, Ga. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. :Martha Moore and Mrs. Ida ?.
> ual convention of the Diocese visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Bakken Jr. and family; Mae Shaw with 57 points. Mrs I makes It funl !
6f Florida at the Church of Vining. Ruth Broadway and Mrs. Mabel i more
food Shepherd on Jan. 23-25. Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Mer- Oster were second with 51
Col. and Mrs. J.W. McNeerof cer University was home for points ji
Mrs. N.L. Woodburn and son St. Petersburg were gueststhe the weekend.Mr. Northsouthwinners were lil1!! :IIII!
Lpnnie: visited Mr. and Mrs. past week of Mrs. M.F. Mrs. Marie Dent an:!. Mrs. Lucile :::.
James Double In Babson Park Brown. and Mrs. Barney McRae < Davie with 6Ui points. O. ':::: to drive ::
and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves were visiting relatives in Or- G. Wrenshall and Curtis Sanders ij1j1\ 1 j ;
and family In Winter Park L.D. Green enteree Alachua lando and Merritt Island over were second with S1H
Siam Wednesday to Saturday. General Hospital on Mondayfor the weekend. points. :::::::: ::::::
ft observation and treatment. The weekly tournaments artopen P3
"'Local admittances to Brad- Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr., Mrs. to the public and lesson- ,. I I
ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Gladys Hatcher, and Mrs. J.E. review begins at 7:13 p.m. each '
Include: Mrs. Mattie L. Terry, and Mrs. Eoline Smith spent Wilson visited Mrs. C.W. Tuesday in the Pratt Street Recreation \ e
Hampton; Mrs. Marion Batch- the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Chalker and Mrs. J.M. Darbyin Center. The first round / mI
elder, Lake Geneva; Dennis Jimmy Rowe and family in San- Gainesville on Sunday. of duplicate play starts at \\ J \
..Hodge, Brooker; Mrs. Edith 7:43.: I I
Brantley and Joe Hanks, Melrose ford.Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hill of Airman Luther B. Williams,
; Mrs. Birdie Warnock, and Mrs. R.O. Dansby Festus Mr. Mo. were Sunday visi- son of Mrs. Willie L. WillIam,
Callahan: ; Basil Roundtree visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. tors of Mr. and Mrs. C.S. of Starke, has complete basic
&wthorne.; Mrs. Frankie L.'Jlckson Andrews in Jacksonville Mon- Haddock. trainIng at Lackland AFB, Texas
Lonzy Rhoden Mrs. day. He has been- assigned to
AJamie Roettger, JohnH. Mose- Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby Sheppard, ATB.' Texas for train.
-fcy and Henry Gurthie, Starke. Mrs. Comer Perryman of of Gainesville were visiting Mr. Ins in the transportation field. Barracuda 2-dr. Hardtop
% Jacksonville is visiting Mrs. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby on Sun- New ArrivalsBradford Airman Williams Is a 1969 graduate
;Mrs. Merrill Edwards was in E.K. Perryman this week. day. of Bradford' H' :Jacksonville: Monday visiting John W. Kljrht. 21. whose
Stuart Strickland spent the Mr and Mrs. Jack Carter father John B. Kight, lives at
Kin.Miss weekend with his cousins Glen will move to Lake City this County Hospital announces 313 Spring St., Green Cove
and Gary Moyer, in Mandarin.Mr. weekend where Mr. Carter is : the following births:: Spring\ was promoted to Army
Louise Stern attended Mr. and Mrs. James R. Starling :-
associated with AT & T and while
Specialist four Nov 30.

the;Lazier regional Cosmetics demonstration consultants for and Mrs. Ralph Morrisonand Southern Mrs. Carter Bel'). is working for : Shannon Sr., Gainesville Kathleen, a, Jan.davgtvter. 22. Division assigned! In to Vietnam.the 4th Infantry 1:1 1 WE makeit ::1:
'':at the Thunderbird Motel Sunrjfay Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Cl3n EueneUarrlcic. :
Morrison and families of Lees- Spec. 4 Kttht 1 h a cannoneerIn 1111 j1
afternoon. M.F. Hazen entered the Lake Butler, a sonDan'el ,, .
Battery C. 5th; Battalion of
burg visited Mr.and Mrs.Henry
Medical Center Leroy Jan. 26.
John W. Griffin of Morrison over the weekend. Gainesville the Division's 16th Artillery; 1 to J JI
X Mrs. Monday for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Irving William 11 1 easier own
near Plelku.
;tchlochnee) Ga. is spending treatment.Mrs. Hodge:! Brooker, a daughter,,
this week with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake Myra Lynn, Jan.' 27. The specialist's! mother Mrs.Tobbie .
:IIrs. F.F. Stump. City and Mrs. Evelyn Davis and Mrs. O'NeAlltves In Starke.
A.E. McKInney .
....... and Fort Mrs.Lauderdale Ethel Simmons weekend of E.F. Miles visited Mr. and I an exciting newPLYMOUTH ij
;-. Kevin :McIntyre of Jackson- Mrs. I.H. Hazen inJacksonvilleon
,;Sllle spent the first of the visitors of Mrs.Bertha Pearce.Mr. Sunday.Mr. LOCiU BRJ c First Federal

'Vtteek with his grandparents, 11t
: and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Gain 11 1
Mr. and Mrs J.H. DuPre. Reports
and Mrs. W.R. Andrewsof : ....
.:;. and grandchildren were in Savannah .:.:.:.: :::
Fort Lauderdale were Fridayand Ga. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale are .
:Miss Patty Rosier visltedher Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson's sister, Mrs. in Orlando on business and I In AssetsAssets .
'. rother-In-law and sister, Mr.Zand Mrs. T.C. Hazen Jr. and Mr. A.B. Walker, who is confinedIn will spend the weekend In w
Mrs. Mark Hamilton, in and Mrs. Levon Andrews. the hospital.We've Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. of the Federal Savings ......... .......
:Gainesville' over the weekend. Keith Gillingham and family. b Lcan of Starke increased ijW {1 111lllil
J950.851.95 during 1970 It was
Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mr. announced at the annual meeting
and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish were llljli
of members held : -
on a buying trip in Miami from day Jan. 21, in the associa A sure sign of a Great Deal.
Sunday to Wednesday. tion's new building on W. MadiSon II
Street. 111 j[
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes the 12-month
Aoaets during
spent'the weekend with Mr.
Increased from $3,593-
: and Mrs. L.A. Weekly Ocala. B61.67 period to 4544713.62 at year Q 1 1 1j
: :!j1j1i1 Top QualityUSED
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mickler end. During the same period, a .... Top Quality Top Quality" '.:.:.:
total of 171298.19 was paid; to ::::
guests of Tallahassee of Mr. and were Mrs.weekend W.W. depositors in earnings. :: :: USED CARS CARS USrED CARS 1ljl 1ljlw [
iijI1!! !
'.- Hood. B. F. Mlzell, Jr., president of
the; association, reported
,": Mr. and Mrs. Jim David of a good year In 1969 espte: the M i im

.' Detroit, Mich will be weekend "tight money" situation p e- m
.: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome falling In most of the nation. .
Johns at Crystal Lake. Effective March 31, 1970, all
C savings accounts will be paid II ,t tI
.' Kevin Mcintyre of Jacksonville earnings quarterly Including:
: spent the first of the the 5.25 per cent per annum
week with his grandparents '. certificates Mizell sa'd. Also
r. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. DuPre. at year end the Fe-eral: Savings I II IIt
i tt Loan Insurance Corporation ::
BeenDelayed Miss Patty Rosier visited herbrotherinlaw announced that accounts Mint
and sister, Mr. will be Insured up to $20.000.( Thrifty Condition i i}
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton, in { In May of 1969, First Fedsral: 11
Gainesville over the weekend. W mj
moved: into new quarters located

Mrs. Randal Chitty and Judge providing at 395 more W. Madison parking: Street space :j ljI1j 1964 Valiant !JJ1ifi

I and ka were Mrs. in R.P.Miami Revels Friday of Palat-and a drive-up window, night depositary i:::1:1:: 1967 Fury III ::1i::!:
Saturday attending a meetingof and other facilities. :::::::: 1 Door Sedan, B Cylinder, mi :::::::
the State Public Education 'i:1:;:: tomatic Transmission! Excellent I Door Sedan VS Enaine.! An :::::::
Committee for the American Sales Tax Up ::::::: 2nd Care. tomatic Transmission. Fatoij :::::::
Cancer Society. BradfordFor ::::::: Air Condition Power Stoning f :::::::

t DUE TO BAD WEATHER WE WILL Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ilocker Cn December '69 m m $479 Radio Healer Extra Cleiin./ ::tm::::

UNABLE TO COMPLETE OUR of Clifton N.J. were visiting ::::::: $1 00 :'.:
BE 595'
Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe the Sales tax collections In Bradford f1 i]!
::: LARGE PARKING AREA IN TIME TO past week. They toured Central County showed a 9.79 percent 1964 Chevrolet

HAVE OUR GRAND OPENING AS here.Florida with the DeVoes while an: sales Increase In December from 36294.41 1968 to ..11: ij \\-i Yon Pick-Up, 6 Cylinder 1968 Chevrolet Impala 1 1:

FOR JANUARY 31st. J39.846.65 for December 1969. ;::::::: Standard Transmission. :::::::
SCHEDULED Misses Jayne Hardy, Ginger Clay County showed a 7.48 ;:i:: I Door Sedan. V8 Encino. Fn.-: fi:!
',' Baldwin and Mary Alice will San-be per cent Increase from 74231.62 i:::: $430.00 tory Air Condition P"''. (-i ::;:;:
of Tift College
: ders
::--: home from Thursday to for December 1968. to $79,785.29for ::::j Steering, Radial Tire! :::

.01 Sunday. Mary Alice will be Union December County 1969.showed a 1.43 i f 1963 Olds F-85 Ii:
the house guest of Ginger while
BUT Come On Out Now And Register here. per cent Decline! from 7157.43 :::::::: ::::::'
for December 1968 to $7,054.78for :::::::: Door Sedan, V8 Engine Pow. :::::::
: For Free Dishwasher, Dryer Or Certificate Donald Winters of Hatties- December J969. ::::::: er Steering, Air Condition. r :::::::
burg, Miss., Miss Mary Bollin- Florda: as a whole showed a
'J: For Comparable Value To Be Given Away ger of FSU, and Miss Martha 13.67 per cent Increase. .r... $595 1964 Buick Wildcat tW.... 1
: Bollinger of Mobile Jnflrmary, .. :;::
':- Ala. spent the weekend with rt Com ert ihle. VS Kn-r'n"- <' :
:: : At Our Grand Opening Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Bellinger. :::::::: make Trnnomi; <;!Oifln. Pnwi-i: ...
; 1970 Homestead 1961 Dodge Dart ::::.
'.' 1 1i i Steering and Braked Air "rim"" :.
Stuart Spragins of Little Rock, : .
COMPLETE LINE OF Ark. was last Tuesday over- Exemption im j m 4 Door Sedan. As Is. dition.) : :. i
i night guest of [Ir. and Mrs. Due In March ;;:::
FIJI Adams. The Adams also $795.00
: = WORLD FAMOUS had as weekend guests John Bradford homeowners have i! $69.00

r Adams and Miss Dell More- responded better than ever before '.:.: : ..........
., dock of Athens, Ga. in applying for their 1970

of Clearwater were weekend Gene Long says.About .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.L. two-thirds the approximate 2 ,.

i Whirlpool Woodburn. owners Ifave 3.500 applied county to home-date, I ;L1.- 1 1i

SERVICE SCHEDULE! he said. Applications must be ::::: **.-' .. ifi -
CATHOLIC CHURCHES returned to the assessor's,office '
in the Bradford Courthouse i i1 1 WITH1iFMMiIMi7hIS&' ',-T t.,, mi

': APPLIANCES ST.Sunday EDWARD'S MM,,S'.m.Starke- .: .*t eligible for before the March exemption 31)) to be In ,
; HOME flU a.m.KoadaT. I Ii
MM. I:. a.m. 4.970.Assessor Long urges homeowners \
Ma '7 .
Wednesday s ftjn.Saturday not returnedthe
who have
r the Business You Have Given
We Appreciate Maud N. applications mallet: to

%; Us, and Look Forward to Seeing You At Our yeas, 7 pjn.ST. them to do so before the dead- i II
.... tine.
.: Grand Opening. Date to be announced. Sunday MaM, t a.m. JIM LAWSON ESTON JORDAN

Wednesday Norena, 7 pjn. ::1 1 1 !1 j jI
Zach Crawford of Gainesville, WALTER ALVAREZ -- ERMIE JONES
ST. MARY'S. Macclenayi former Starke resident,
f' Wells Appliances >8oBday Maaa, 11:3* .... suffered a heart attack Satur-
day and is confined In Alachua
General Hospital.Mrs. I I

.w, THE BRADFORD Charles Fields of Jack- Starke |
COUNTY; TELEGRAPH sonville visited Mrs. Charles
t SALES AND SERVICE Savage and Mrs. J.H. Fields
Publl I "!d every Thursdayat last Thursday.
' 138 W. Call Street
,. Starke Florida 32091 Mrs Bessie Faxon and Mrs. IChryslerPlymouthl'
U. S. 301 1 MILE S. OF CITY LIMITS t Laura Blackwelder of Gaines-
; NEXT TO FLA. DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION BLDG. Second clan pottage paid ville were Sunday visitors of
at Stark. Florida.! Mrs. Vergie Flynn.
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: PHONE 964-fiOfil IeltHrl.u- RaUt: with ::::::: U. S. Sal: North Phone 964.6600 :::::::
: 1 In trade area: ".CO peryear THE LITTLE BOY a
,f.. ; $2.73 six month dream of being a basketballstar f STARKE FLORIDA rm '

: M. C. (BUBBA) WELLS, OWNER per Outside year;trade 93.00 area six :month 13.SO est in takes genealogy a precocious, hoping

find some 7-footers on the Lg wmjtil
,;',''""' family tree. %*ti1W mWmlliii11W0."t.W"tMWm: ; = :

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I% Driving Without'LT 're"Ends I It *y Of Local Abusing Woman 12-Year-Old Found Innocent ChildCharges I

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In 5-Day Jail Term of using profane lan- ;::::;:;:*:::;:::::':':::i: :::;':::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::::::::::

- and assault and battery
guage were dropped Tuesday in a C. Jones Funeral Home I.
Repeated convictions for dri- Three defendants pleaded to Council Tetstone, Improper iS N County Court trial In which a
ving without a license has netted driving while intoxicated and change of lane; Jack McLinton 7> Starke woman, Ruth Crews,wag :
Will Carl Harris a five day were each fined $151 and their no registration plate; RobertM. I the defendant.The f: STARKE J.
Jail sentence after he pleaded licenses were suspended for Brannan, removing property : 11
guilty to that offense again 90 days. They were William under lien;Tommy Joseph Holl- state's case was pre I; PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE ..
Tuesday in Plea Day proceed- Hopkins Lawton III, Sidney Man- ingsworth, driving while intoxi sented by County ProsecutorGene -
ings in County Court. ning and Kathry Lowery. cated. Shaw. After the state :
Noting that Harris had been Four youths, Larry Kelly, Four defendants appeared to rested Its case, Mrs. Crews' HEIGHTS
convicted on that charge threeor David Lasseter. Paul 'Faberand answer to felony charges as attorney, Sigsbee Scruggs of ;11 *

four times previously,Judge Robbie Addison, pleaded follows: Gainesville, moved for a directed 11 PHONE 473.3176
Theron Yawn fined the defen- of James C. Reames, worthless
guilty to charges posses- verdict of not guilty.
dant $101 and imposed the jail sion of an alcoholic beverageby check liminary(over hearing.$100), set for pre- Judge Theron Yawn sustainedthe !; :SWA::: :::::::::::;;:::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::8::::.:;:::::::.::: j
sentence. a minor on Jan. 7. Judge attorney's motion.
Harris is also charged with Yawn withheld adjudication of Mellonease McDonald,worth-
driving while intoxicated, but guilt on the condition that the less check (over $100)) granted Shaw asked the court to drop
pleaded not guilty Tuesday to boys behave themselves. right to preliminary hearing. :ci.A'1
: ..-. the assault charge. Judge Yawn FREE.
Willie Newsome with ,
charged ..
that offense and the case was Larry Kelly also pleaded directed the jury to return an
transferred to the trial docket. guilty to molesting graves at possession of moonshine whis- \ Innocent verdict in both cases.
Morris Julius Aaron pleaded the Prevatt Cemetery and the key on Jan. 16, waived his rightto \t
guilty to using a false name judge ordered that the youth a hearing and told court The case involved an incident CHRISTIAN SCIENCELECTURE

In applying for a driver's license clean up the damage he had ney.he will Case furnish was his bound own over attor-to LJ -a. II last May 25 near Mrs. Crews'
and was sentenced to caused. 1 home on the Farmers Market
three days in jail to be servedon The court accepted pleas of circuit court. Road. It was alleged that Mrs.
weekends.In not guilty and set for trial Ulysses Thomas, charged
Senator Seeks Signaturessenator Crews abused a child and used
with assault with intent to mur-
a companion case, Alfonso term the following cases: profane and indecent language.
Curtis Jones pleaded guilty to Daniel Raborn McCoy, trans- der, requested a preliminary
( lom Slade::; ot Jacksonville, has completed
charges of obtaining driver's porting freshwater catfish ina hearing.Thomas also pleaded guiltyto a three-day tour of Florida seeking signatures Witnesses included Mrs. Nadine -
license under a fraudulent vehicle not properly marked
pro- of intoxi- i Justices of the U. S. Thornton, who signed the CONTROL?"
cedure and was fined $151. and transporting the fish with- charges voluntary on a petition inviting "WHO'S IN
out a dealer's license; Ancel cation and was fined $38. Supreme Court to visit Florida and view first. complaint, and her 12-year-old By Charles W. Ferris, C.S.B.
daughter, Glenda, who said Mrs.
---- hand the adverse effect of their ruling that Crews had grabbed her by the Minneapolis. Minn.

Members of the jury were Florida Schools be totally integrated in mid-term. arm in the incident.In .

$1,000 Fine LeviedIn James C. Knight, Don E. He feels that a petition containing as many asa 1- 3 P.M.
Champion, B.F. Allen, ArneN. million names would have an impact on the other action Tuesday, Billy SUN., FEB.
Hauger, J.R. Taylor and court. Sen Slade said that Western Union offices Owen Post appeared and pleaded -
Robert!:! : L. Autry.Phone guilty to driving while
Whiskey Sale across the state are accepting calls to add pro- Intoxicated. Post was fined $151 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHGreen
test !signatures! to the telegram and adding the and his license ordered revokedfor S
cost (SO cents each) to the signee's local telephone :six months.
.\ $1,000 fine has been levied out a license. CompanyTo bill.Postal. Cove Springs {
against a Bradford man, ClifUord Kelly's wife, Margruie, was .fost. who had been sched-
"Schoolboy" Kelly of found not guilty to contributingto uled for trial Thursday on the Ave. L
Lawtey, after a County Court the delinquency of a minor. Be Billed charge, had refused to take Corner Walnut Ft. and Palmetto
jury found him guilty of selling Judge Yawn directed an Innocent Promotions Come HardAbout the breathometer test after his 0 FREE PARKING 0 NURSERY L
tax-paid whiskey in a dry county verdict on Defense arrest, but in doing so auto-
I; and contributing to the Attorney George Pierce's mo- matically lost his license for
For Pole 80: cent of all postal workers are in the lowest five
ChargeA JUT :
had failedto .
the state
:delinquency of a minor. tion that six months. of this lecture Is to help and ,
after 21
County Judge Theron Yawn prove the charge. levels with top annual pay of slightly above $8.000 The sole purpose
rined Kelly $500 on each charge. Attorney Elzie Sanders, pro- years of service, according to the Kappel Commission report. In another case, James E. heal. No collection will be taken, nor will therebe
The jury returned innocent secutor, used testimony by state bill for the use of 1,209 This is the study issued last year! which is inspiring current Witherspoon pleaded guilty tc .religious ceremonies. Everyone is wel- h
verdict on charges against Kelly beverage agents Allen F. Nash city utility poles was to be efforts in Washington for postal reform. driving while intoxicated and any does not need to
)f possession with intent to and UK. Brown and Ken Fuqua, submitted to the Florida State was fined $151 and his license .come. Who among us today
sell alcoholic beverages with- former Bradford deputy sheriff retire from the suspended for six months. more of God?
Starke chief.A Telephone Co. this week, according Right: out of ten postal workers enter and mow
: and police
now to City Clerk Merrill service at the! same grade level, the Commission said. This .h
"buy" was made at Kelly haw announced that a chargeof
Queen EntersContinued Edwards. which "stifles employee motivation and incentive" -
Kile-Limit Drive-in on SR-225 promotion system indecent against
Whether the bill would be exposure Christian Science Society ;
east of Lawtey last July 20, November and Decem- i is a major reasonhy the Commission recommended Witherspoon was being droppedat Auspices: ,
( From: Page One the agents testified. A totalof for ber of just last year or would includeall II..movingthePnstoflicefrompolitic..andcreatingaselfsupporting :? the request of the complaining of Green Cove Springs
123 bottles of beer was foundon of 1970 was undeterminedby postal corporation wholly owned by the federal government. witness.
Linda is a professional dance the drive-in premises, they lie
Clerk Edwards Monday.
and baton instructor and is said. It was brought out that the
said he would discuss
Interested in sewing, golfing, Kelly does not have a beverage
situation with the phone com
and water sports. license.
Planning to become a teacher Kelly said the beer had been pany.A city
charge of $4.50 per
Linda is now attending Florida obtained for but the
a party
Junior College in Jacksonvilleand affair had never been held. He owned pole was set late last TRUCK LOAD
Council. The
majoring in history. said he was In Orlando at the year by the City I
move came after city received -
time the buy was made. word that the phone 1969 i

company would receive an okay
from the Florida Public Ser-
r vice Commission for an
I aI approximate 30 per cent Increase !

Councilman in telephone Neil rates.Tucker led ftLE j

the move to set a $4.50 per Prices

a year former charge.councilman Gerald and Williams mana-, $

ger of the local office of the
Florida State Telephone Company I
Complete said $4.50 is too high. .
He said a mutual service f'J
Starke Health & agreement between the city and ::

Plaza I eauty AidsNeeds the phone company could be \

worked out, however. Williams :.
said the $4.50 charge could
r r'
n. lead to the phone company's
appealing to the Public Ser-
vice Commission to further Increase )
phone rates.
LISTERINE m VICKS At $4.50 per pole the phone LcP ::-.
company will be billed for
MOUTHWASH COUGH $5,440 per year. The chargefor
the two months of 1969
would amount to$904.75.At .
K.. SYRUP the Nov. 18 meeting of '
4 the Council, it was decided
1J5'IERIAE that the billing would be :.:

I handled annually each January,
-, n YUAUp and that the first billing would
78 COUGH cover the two months of Nov-
ember and December. But
Clerk Edwards said Mondayhe
doesn't know if the phone ATBP5MIi
$1.19 Size t $1.19 Size company will be billed a year

In advance or will pay the '"I
pole charge at the end each .

n year. TI E 5 t I1Hi n 1 1L

% >EXcedr!. WORTH



responsible) men of :::
action are determined to help
bridge the affluence gap to Red & White Stripe Federal Tax Included In Price Add 4 % State Tax Only
Pkgs. of 10 $ 04 Bottle of 100 $114, help change the conditions that "
$1.59 Size $1.59 Size
are the root causes of our prob
lems-not only in unemployment i I

,but in education medicalcare I ASTJWSI'Alf UL'1'HA WIDE BELTED Red\Whitt\( Supreme I ply 1'01 enter Card l'u'tom 125 White WaH 4 ply Nylon :::,:
and housing. Businessmenare -

HEAD & I STYLE helping lead many of these D70.14 28.07 2:1:' 13 26.09 2 for 50.00 650x13. 18.00 2 for 34.00
efforts because they know their
SHOULDERS HAIRSPRAY image can be no better--not 70.14 28.46 2 for 54.00 7.75x14 28.64 2 for 54.00775xI4' 20.71 2 for 38.00F70.14

SHAMPOO I only in the eyes of the poor but 30.11 2 for 56.00 825x14 31.78 2 for 58.00 825x14 21.56 2 for 40.00'G70.14
also in the eyes of the public .
and especially in the eyes of 33.42 2 for 63.00 855x14 34.06 2 for 64.00 855x14 23.87 2 for 45.00 '

M today's than the college performance generation of the H70. 4" 35.162- for 68.00 885x14 6.49 2'-f'-i; .001775x-15 20.74 2 for 38.0.

68" o. S9 our business citizens.system in serving all F70 t5 30.53 2 for 56.00 775x15 28.67 2 for 54. t845x15 24.01 2 for 44.00 "-

John A. Hill President G70.1.5 33.52 2 for 63.0 825x15 31.81 2 for 58.00

95C Size 99C: Size Aetna Life & Casualty H70.15 35.20 2 for 68. 855x15 34.09 2 for 64.0

900x15 38.06 2 for 74.0 ...

\ l ;. ;_ COLGATESHAVE My y Neighbors"He's i g .'




Family$1.05 Size 66 I' I 79C Size CASH 8 CARRY TIRESCOR. Inc ,

,......M HIGHWAYS 301 & 16 (CITGO PRODUCTS) -- PHONE 964-5800

'f. ", .. .Y.i f."I! 'fAq:" .ItY AT CARPS "He's a post-nasal drip!" 1

I' it I h I I'KLKMIAI'H, JAN. 2''), 15)70! I -

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Bradfordites Due $1.5 Million FFA I

tEJl RS' ]0., i n.noj: : Teams '

,AnnnaDv Under Social Security .J The

-., Dear Mr Matthews: Chapter
This letter is really addressed bens r
What win
the new social: : security What h the most that Is
to the ctlzens! of Starke
leg'slatlan: !
liberal'zlng paid? Under the new schedule': ,
pension ant Bradford County for they Jimmy
rates do for
a worker who has Just retiredat
cf Bradford: County? are the ones! who support or went to
65 and has had maxi '
How much more will they be 'turn a deaf ear to the pleasof and to Ocala,
mum taxable will
earn'ngs now
receiving frcm Washington per receive $2278 if the March of Dimes. Livestock
year? What a year single.If 11N1i This is the last week In Jan Tomlinson,
will the
average! married and his wife is 65
payment ,be, compared with uary and still so many citizens Gary ( ]I
or older their total will be
what it was last ? have not sent in tlwlr! contributions Gainesville ;
It is est'mated year: that the $3.416. i i; to the March of Dimes. Oak, Jan. 10;
It is expected that there will
.. If some only knew first hand
change in retirement benefits, :T be further revision: in the social ---- --" "'-- "'- n """"' 27.Meat

,approved' last month by Con- security laws semet'me this Middle School the doctor heartaches say. "Your of child hearing: has a a :Mark
Tress will add approxmately! year. In temporarily! 'droppingthe Students Aid Dimes Drive 'birth defect." They went to
$207.000 a year: to the amount Senate's call for a major school, Jan
that local residents have been Increase in minimum payments Students from the Bradford Register, and Blanche Pet r60n. "These young people receiveno That is what the March of Jan. 24.Poultry.
collecting. there was! a tacit understanding Middle School conducted a In front: Martha Struth remuneration or recognition Dimes is fighting': now that
The estimate: Is based upon In Congress that this! successful road block last Sat- and Jeanne Faulk. :! other than knowing they Polio!' is conquered. But birth! being DaneEwell
defects still
latest statfst'cs for the county, and other Issues left hanging, urday at the intersections of are contributing to a withy strike one out ofevel'Y ing :
released by;> the Social! Security:: 'would' b, taken up In 1970. 301 and 100 for the March of All month the young people cause" Robert Birch: campaign 14 children born.: That! is Dennis
Administration. They show the As of the beginning of last Dimes. have given freely of their time chairman! raid. "Please approximately: 250,000 childrena fis, Wayne !
number of retired and disabled Year pension< payments in Standing tlrare) : Donna and efforts to help raise funs:: help them ,by giving genarously! Our year In own our countiy Starling,
J. Hlllis: Miller
workers as well as dependent Bradford County averaged $807 Prevatt Jimmy Cissy, PamRa'bum to carry on the light against Rhon they arc conducting a Health Center Is of 111 Ewell
relatives on the pension rolls, per year pr rec'nlent. the Social : :. Cindy McCloud, Steve birth defects. road block." one Gainesville

and< the amounts: paid: ) them. Security Administration re .....u..................................................._....,..._..............._.. Birth. Defect Centers in America. These
.. ..
All recipients will be aled by ports. ; ;;;;;;;:;:;.;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::';::::::':::::::::::::::':':::::':'::'::::':-:':::::::.:::::::::.::::::::::::: :;::: They are doing an out- the State
the legislation. Those Know Deadlines standing job, but without! Feb. 67.
Under the new setup, they .I
been getting no more than $660a ( will collect approximately $928on RECREATION NEWS For money there can be no re
year (the mlnimi'm) will now averaje. GInsnefis:{ search. Without research vva --
get $759. Ones wh:> were receivIn can never get to the loot !
\? S1.3JO() a year will go to $ .- Although the Increase was :; :;:;:;:;:;:;:;::c;:;:::; :::::;:;:;:;:;:::::::;:;:::::::;:::;:;:::;:;:;:;:;;::::;:::::;:::;:$;:;:; :;:;:::::;:.;:-;:-c:.:;.::.:;:,:.::.:::.:.:;:.::':.::.::.::.::.::.:::.:.:::.:.::, cause of these defects. to the March
518 and those who have been effective as of January" 1 tha Veterans should be aware of Please remember the plightof Please
at the $2.100 level win now collect checks covering the increments BADCOCK UNDEFEATED tcr. With 3 minutes left to deadlines on benefits after separation these children.:: The! Mothers know the :
$2.415. :will not arrive until April JACKSON LOSES 48-42 play. Plaza led :39-36. and with from military service, have marched the young people hearing the
Badcock Furn'ture won its! 3 minute left they 13: 4136. State Veterans Director, Melvin have had road blocks, Mr. has a birth !
.. second game In as many Jackson then mae: the score T, Dixon announced jesterday. Diggs has solicited the! bu-'l- that soon no 1
".ot.. '..... starts with an 89-52 :Defeat! of 40-41 before losing 48-42, Such benefits include life insurance nesses 4.000 ma'lers were sent hear this -
"\"( .... Starke Bul'ders. Taking a 23- Wayne McL-od's 12 points ; dental care; edu- out and a fashion: show hel*. Thanking
11 first quarter: lead the furniture 'were' high for te' winners. Joe cational opportunities and home Where though are the concerned one of jcu In : :
,boys steadily Increased Kauffman and Scotty Rhoden loans. citizens who ate the back- '
their advantage the rest of with 10, gave Plaza a balanced There Is no set time to file :bone of any fund drive! ? They nob
c the game 46-19 at halftlme. attnck. Bruce Jack'on, -who for compensation for diseaseor are the ones who will lead this Campaign! :
,- Starke Builders :did manageto scored 42 points) last week, was Injury incurred In service; Wtpr and mall their checks Mirrti of :
be a little more point productive held to 24 and was high for non-serUce connected pen-
in the seconi: half but Jackson. sions; YA Hospital care assist le J M&fei:

were unable to t keep up with Badcock SCHEDULE for 1\t':>ndav' 7 Feb. ance conversion; finding of employment term insurance.and SOI DRIVE-IN ..s **.........,.,........
,. the winners'! pace. John Wat vs Jackson p.m. <>
Stark BII.I'ers VII Plaza' 8:30. M.T. Dixon urged all veteransto
son and James Garlintgon, :
; ;
their benefits with
with 31 and 23 points respectively STANDINGS: Eadcock. 2-O.: discuss
.. led the h-scorlng' ; Jackson. 1-1: Plaza, 1-1: Staike their nearest Veteran County ; SPOTacular cartoon feature:
) Bullrt-r. 02. Service Officer or write him *
: Badcock team. Jim Beeler!" and V
\ L Cr at P. O. Box 1437, St. Peters- >L
& Harold Farnsworth aide: 13 burg, Fla.Double, : i
each for the winners! Randy BANTAM BASKETBALLThe FRI.-SAT.-SUN. JAN 30-31-FEB 1 ll&! _. i ''t'VR t
-. .. Jones who hit well from 20 Bantam BasketballLeague ... -
feet out, was high for the hat ended practice sessions 3 BIG FEATURES
e Builders with 16. and the l-pue schedule Check

EATING YOU The second: game between will start Tuesday Jan. 27, Tax Return
ARE TERMITES Staike Plaza and Jackson provided with Carp's meeting Slorka Is this thewarcry t '7 ]
fans with plenty of ex- Builders at 3:45: an:3 Koch's: Before MailingBefore I :
OUT OF HOUSE AND HOMEDon't clten'ent wth! Plaza scoring a taking on Cadillac: Uniform at that.., ; .

43-42 win The first period 5. sending in jour 1969 will save 1's I TECHNICOLOR
proved to be Jackson's! downfall I
let termites make a meal out of your as thy managed" !" only 5 will' Due be to Ilaonlv> many, : r1uf'sts.on Tu'S'lav games check Federal it over income to see tax if return jou'eleft the world... k .COLOR:.-; $ i

home Let our professional! ser\'icement. points in the 10 minute period: and Thursday afternc ns. No anything out, advises A.J, INTERNATIONAL !
directed by l' of F Graduate Entomologists while Plaza pepped!: in 14. Jack games will boe p'avelon! Friday.: O'Donnell Jr., District Director *i
control these iourmets", once and for all! Free son came back to: outscore All games UH\ be In the Re- of Internal Revenue for : t1r-fi f .9.J 1 1t
Plaza 14-8 in the second quarter creat'nn Department" Florida.
and! Plaza held a 22.17 lead HERCULESSINAVNTta
at halfUmj. SCHEDULE for TI-u""d'\y Taxpayers who do this often
;: Jackson rall'eJ' : to outscore Jan. 29 Csrp'n vi Ca" 'lilac, petc&t Plaza 15-11 in the third'! : quarter 3:4i: ; Koch vs Staike Builders! I have omitted errors in arithmetic. I WORLD s .
:5&4 and trailed only ens point, 5 Dm. i : Other things to check t ll "mn P a' ''

// .CO. iod.32-33.The?oin lead'r into changed the final hands per Tuesday Feb Cad'llac'! vs !are whether is attached the preaddressedlabel to the return, PLUS {:IIRIS1 OPHER LEE TECHNIr.n !)R'

several times In the 4th qua?. Builders. 3:43: : Carp's vs Koch, all] W-2 forms are enclosedandthe PLUS -

5 D.m. return is signed. INIERP' "",_" Peter UstinovMaggie, Smith

t I- A reminder t all This review is time well
MEET | > women 'rtts asQ.UE OF
it prevent delays
who are Interest:! in the spent as may Hot Millions"
the return and
In processing
morn'nar exercise! !" cla**: The ItED DEaTH
refund due,
speed any
cla n
week Monday, Tueic'iv. and O'Donnell said. IN pn..iC010R., /

t FALCON70 t tt II at Thursday the:!Recreation mlrnln'ls.Department] 9 to 10,

on Temo! Ave. Yo'i may enrollat
any time and It Is not re-
qu'red that you meet all session 1 ,
t- t activity. No fees charged: for this I v I IEItw I

The women! are enjoying the :
t t tt weekly SPORTS NIGHT b'lng
held at the Recreation! Depart
ment each Thursday even'ng.' 1 I 1 'i a a
Th's activity meets from 7:30: I
until 8:30: pm under the supervision ,
t tt II t of Jeanie Loper.:

ALL-NEW VERSION OFAMERICA'S Twenty the last women nvet'ng: were and on participated hand

in games of Deck Ten
ALL-TIME ECONOMY CHAMP nis Volleyball etc. Women who .
t are interestJ in Joining the
t fun mav do u any Thursday
evening There is no charge for .-+
the activity

t Sleeker, lower, racier iA gotten Ceramic back into Program full swing has ,

with regular\ rla'ses sheiul: __ MI1 IMIBHWH
for each Monday even'ng, 7-10 _
NEW SIZE pm., and each Wednesday'
I mornln, 9-12 noon. The only T- Nb-n.M
fees involved are the price of

, Longer, wider, roomier the materials and 1 paints.uje:*, such Instruction &tgrenwdre / .

f'rlng and tools: are made

t NEW POWER t tt free "f charpe.DIRECTOR TO. ATTEND 3-bedroom COLONIAL r jIj.rt -. 'fl

New 250-cu. in. std. Six A NATIONAL Gene Rayburn.COUNCIL Starke's Recreation Building a new permanent home on property you own is today's best J-- _' --i
rector! who also investment plan. Unlike almost anything!: else you buy today, a
permanent home is more likely to gam in value than to depreciate. IJL !
t served! of as the District Florida II Amateur Comm'saioTier At t Jam Walter Homes, you get a great!: value in a permanent home. j

Scftball Association, will b! in
Orlando Thursday through Sat.
urdsv. Jan. ?9. ->0 :31 to attend
tt. f the National Council cf the Amateur MORTGAGE FINANCING HOW TO OBTAIN COMPLETE

t See It Today! Amer'oa.Softball At W'Association meeting! the of OVER TWENTY MODELS FACTS AND COSTS. .

the tttei Select from over 20 models ranging from one to four bedrooms It
Council will of the World and Regional may be built to almost any stage of interior completion. You finish Jim Walter, quality built homes. We would
part of the inside yourself, as much want, to .
as save
you money.We'll
t. FALCONS IN OUR t tf. Softball Tournaments. even include the cost of the finish materials you'll use in your like for you to see all of the more than
NEW 1970 mortgage. Remember, with Jim! Walter, qualified property owners twenty models We would like to
are offered INSTANT mortgage financing. tell you the exact costs and what your
SR 230 Curve monthly payment would be for any of
INVENTORY A Now Completed A COU,. &-. Lute of-SectmcL; & Cottage* our homes built on your property to what
T ever stage of inside completion you want.
f. We want you to have all the facts. Then
The State Department of Whin you think of nw horn* think of
Transportation you decide whether your new home should
has announcedthe
REDUCED PRICES NOW completion of a project for ,/ be Jim Walter built.
A curve realignment on SR230 at -. -
Klngsley Lake east of Starke. n IIMa1
t Send the coupon, phone, or stop by M. JIM WALTER HOMES ST
Work was completed !in No- (Mail to the nearest office) I
For Quick Sale T TiTerwillegar vember by Le-econ, Inc., of Lees- your nearest Jim Walter office today, for a i- I am interested In owning a new home and would like
burg at a cost of $66.713 for FREE catalog and complete information more Information. Please send your free catalog.I I
the .8 mile &f construction.
t I am interested In a 0 Home (D Cottage I

Jacksonville Dealt. Lake City, Fla.
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Fla. 32205 Fla. 32670 --
P. 0. Box: 10-15 I
Motors % p5C.666. 3281 Ue tBeaver 3001 South 3030 E. Outal ADDRESS -- ----
St. Pine St. I
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i P. O Box 6244 P. O. Box CITY---- STATE.
t t Ph. 3JW-I1H5 Ph. 954'I I Telephone I

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I Goes DownIn IJiJ.. 3PRT8 .

I err
Bia BHS Win

i + Cagers Face 'Must' Games
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(Continued From Page One) Palatka: McCool 56-16 the end of the third period.
Thec'jnlJ 4-0-C. Walker 4-2-10, But in the second half BUS'

Pal. 11 :3 I in 13-5-: :Mitchell 4-1-9. Florencs 5-:-P. Dean Johns began to hit. He With Bolles. Oranae ParkEvery
all of his 10 in
BHSMcKnight 0-1-13. Grau. Totals 2-ll-53.;;:;. scored points ,
the second half. -
ions. 12-1:! -1, Murplioy, 408
Grau.''on t-2-l.:! Johns (5-0-12.( :! To ST. AUGUSTINE GAME Johns hit five points in the game is a "must win" Fe.Besides season Grau'ons was moved:
tal' 2x! -4.62:!, Bradford cagers came from fourth period and McKnlght hit for Tornado cagers now If they two games with outside against! Palatka and<
behind to take an overtime decision for nine to lead BUS 18-14 over are to remain In the running Santa Fe, the Tornadoes must enjoyed: his finest night from
w vx 55-53 from St.Augustinein St. Augustine in the fourth per- for the Florida Star Confer also again face Palatka, con- the flo>r.
: iod and knot the score at 53- ence title. ference leader Live Oak Baker ...
a road game Friday night, :,,:::::::::::::::::1:l.: S4:::::.SS1{.:::xcc::::..:...
Jan. 23. It evened the BitS all."the iw' County and the upcoming ::
Coach Mike Sexton's quintet
season mark at 6-6 and was big thing was Dean games with Bolles and Orange rr: GLASS
faces two such challenges In [;?
the Tornadoes' fifth Florida Johns, Coach Sexton says. Park. :
Star Conference win againsttwo lie pointed out that Johns gave v4 Bolles and Orange Park, in the :BHS is led by David McKnlght .::;: FOR EVERY PURPOSE ;?:
the Tornadoes scoring help coming week; plus a non-con .:::
defeats. : who has been high sorer every ris :
where none had been comingin A: ference fray with Santa Fe. game except two and Mark ;:l. Mirrors
David McKnIght scored the recent games to help Mc- BHS cagers will travel U Bolles GrauJons. McKnlght has a 17 ;:
winning basket with five sec- Knight tomorrow night (lFri:iay.! Jan. point average and Graudons a !: FOR EVERY PURPOSE :;
onds left in the overtime after "Johns played a key partin 30)), return home Saturday to but with
Ask 12 point average !
the Tornadoes had come from our win," the coach said. lace a tough Orange Park five to much more. :: 1
potential score
four points behind to knot the Johns also led the Tornadoesin then take to load again next ;:' SHEA'x
Charley at 53-all. Coach Mike rebounds with 10.Mark Grau- Graudons! tinned In a 25pointperformance 11' 1 I
score Tuesday Feb. 3, to challenge against; :k:
Sexton called his team to the dons had nine rebounds and 10 Santa Fe. :,. GLASS CO. ...
side and set up the play to points. Three Tornadoes scoredin Palatka and Coach Sexton! says :g:i ::
.. : 7-6 : 172-4115 3T2-43S1 :
r' .... The Tornadoes are now 6-2 forward must continue to
the shot from ::
give McKnight figuresMcKnight, jj til 1J N.W. 4Hi Pl.e. :::
with regular -
for the season seven live to his: potential if the
the front of the key. Freddie Johns, and Graudons. '-' ;: Caintivllt :f::
JohnsAbout season games remaining. Tornadoes ti: have a good
Graudon hit two free throws McKnight and Freddie Grau- ;, They are 6-2 in the conference : are! "I.:!:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=> ::::*
and Dean Johns scored before ._ _._ _.._
) tI5I/'ooIo.:' '' ''' ''' L
'' -""" s ---- -
This Question: McKnlght's winning basket. don had eight rebounds each. with four Florida Star games
Tim Murphey and Graudon whIch will
The game was tied four timesin --- remaining, none of
each added six to the
points be pushovers.
The new Homeowners the fourth quarter. BUS effort. Pnlatka's) John Theohold drives for a lay-up but "Our conference is on such .spar rKNOW

.Policy covers unscheduledfurs McKnight was high point man BITS went 15 for 18 from the Bradford's :Mark Graudons. besides scoring 25 now that on any given YOUR
for the game with 23. "Mc- free throw line, their best to
blocked the conference -
and jewelry to a max continued to us points getting 16 rebounds, this shot a night any team la
Knight carry "
imum total of $500 with with his scoring" Coach Mike date.It was the second scary vic- split second later. Graudons' is partially hidden Coach could Sexton beat the The leaders BUS, J(
n similar $500 limit on Sexton said of his leading tory the Tornadoes won over behind Theohold. mentor says his Tornadoes FURNITUREI
scorer who was off a little the Jackets this BUS .
season. '
motor boats including have what It takes If they put '.-
their trailers. If personal nine against for St.24 performance Augustine with from a won Bradford a 41-40 gym decision last the 12. r.L! 1 everything together and give a "..-

,belonging exceed these the floor.St. In that game, however, the 100 per cent! eCfOl.t.The ,'.
limits, and in the case! home Dec 16.
47-42 In
stamp and coin collection.Is out after McKnight's bucket put lead, but the second unit was They have a split game wUh Orange I
it advisable to separately BHS ahead, but when play resumed put in with 36 seconds left and Park. The Raiders beat BHS
I insure Iuch'aluables! there only three sec- the BHS 41-36 lead was almost 70-49 in the Orange Park 55 "HE MUST BE A BIG-SHOT --
in the of half
onds remained on the clock, overcome space But
not enough time for the Yellow a minute. Christmas HE'S SITTING IN A CHAIR" t
on Jan. 16 the Raiders leading: :
Charley E. Jackets to come back. .,.t '", scorer Paul Shlitchman who i., ri;rs
St. Augustine led the ball- BOX SCOREST. m scored 38 paints against BUS ; t+I1is \
JOHNS AGENCY game into the fourth period. is was sidelined with monorucls-! Oi 1'1 lm.iiprofit! I didn't toll In rli.iir Chair a '
The Jackets had a 12-8 first AUGUSTINE: GAMEBHS \ f J osls and will bJ out for four .. "' were 1'1'\1'.1, for nol>ilit\. So the footstool) .reel'

period lead, a 23-18 halftime weeks. That same night the fame into prominence in earl' days for ?;
131 So. Walnut St.Phone
lead, and were ahead 35-31 at 8 10 13 18 6 55 Tornodoas beat Orange Park, ''
fitting; and now |>rim iril> {to prop the !
964-5070 SA 12 11 12 14 4.53 minus Shlitchman. 54-39 In the : I/If '
-----.--..-.--.-.-.-.-.-.-- : feet on. ;
.................. ... ......... -.- Raiders home gym.
BUS- McKnight 9-5-23 Grau- first
Next Tues'ay will be the
.. ., dons 2-6-10, Murphey 3-0-6, time BHS -will have faced Santa 1 1f

.. .. Totals Graudon 2-2-6, Johns 4-2-10. ...... :
.. SALE ... SAGrider 7-0-14, Blssett My Neighbors i g b f f-ftl f\' "

3-1-7, Meade 5-1-11, Allen 0- JJ'
0-0, Sanders 0-3-3 -- -
Hartley v
8-2-18. Totals 23-7-53. Ftdrral mahogany root. Ronrwood and ormolu w
: ., ::;!j Htool footstool I I
JV Tornadoes I. I John \lilen. (lie man onto told '"Speak for 'h'

S: CEDAR KEYFRESH M d 1 f \onrclf John," \\a the colonists first r];

: MULLET LB. 19 | Split 2 Games r 7 i trained wooden ruliiiietninker.three-lejijjcd!: ..tooh.He made forerunner many crude of) ":)jtloda

F '' comfortable footstool oBadcochP'
zc ) upholstered
: FRESH: :
Bradford High's Baby Tor-

N.. : STEWING HEMS LB. 2Sc : nado, cagers defeated 'SI. Augustine .
40-23 in a road game last t \ I
Friday< Jan. 23, and lost to t
STEAK Palatka 41-32 In a home game 1t t: I II
Tuesday night t\r.. ? pwc I i
: The split gives the JV cageis "For a change I'm not FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
: ROUND a 3.8 season! mark to date. going to insist on the usual R
Gary Boat lei BHS past St. formality of a ote. We'll ': F
just 5 (
I Ttui / llif Third ira "vrif.1'L
i Augustine with 15 p>: lnts and on doing ,.,n .
i SIRLOIN LB. 98 go everything my :: < i vS''lulu'' ll.S11. I I-.i.l H' ) C" lrsV ._rMl.'
Malachie Henry!! helped!! out way, period." ,.. 1tr i '">.;{.: ", !i': :r.-:' .,; '1.', O( '"Q'c'..- ?
with 12. Gray Flynn and-Jimmy ''I'':;.&s: ) co '..3ftI'-
i T-BONE Ricks each h?:3 I four points - - - - -
.and Danny McKinney and Dennis -
Kelly each had 2 points

: ALL MEAT STEW lb. 79c : Bits Jumped off to a 14-5 first
period leaf: and was never
: headed. Caach Chuck Mason
played: everybody on the squad.
: SMOKED BACON LB. ggc c ; Against Palatka here Tues
day night the Tornado Jumped P.ilntka'salt Walker appears to have this rebound
; I off to a 14.7 first p=rlcd hut the Tornadoes crowded in and endedup

;.CENTER CUT PORKCHOPS_lb. age 2 leact. But a bad second quarterin with the hall. Dean Johns leaps with Theobold

which they were outscored and Freddie Graudon. No. 11 and :Mark Graudons.
MEAT s 15-6 by Palatka made the dif No. 20: ( looks from under the basket.tP0Cjj.
SUUIVAMS J JV ference.
I MARKET Malachi Henry led the losing
Tornado:! effort with 16 points
end Gary Host added! 12. Gray ) I
: -lOP')( i. MILES SOUTH OF. STARKE 5 Flynn and Dennis Kelly had 2
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'!"i4. tI'C)4trr ) PROPERTY OWNERS

iNOTICEa j &:


A I ; Have You Renewed Your 1970 Home-

a The Community State Bank j stead Exemption?

t b is I s

: Of Starke AI Middle Volleyball.School. Girls Play ParticipateIn Day Have You Made Your Tangible and

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Intangible Personal Property Returns?
STARKE. FLORIDA fA This group of girls: represented -

the Bradford Mtidie: School It's fashionable to call .de.
In an all-day Volleyball: Play in controversial tri
Now fendants
Paying Day at Santa Fe High Schoolon
als something like "The Chifccgo -
January 17 There ware two We will sincerely appreciate
teams and one cf them tied Eight; ," Walter Tippy your prompt

V with another school for first who got a ticket the other day attention to these
April 1st is the
ON CERTIFICATES tt place. refers to himself as "The

OF DEPOSITS OF Grids 1st: row Gail Marks.(kneeling Janice): Karen Da. Speed Trap One" deadline, but it will help us immensely if

t I ,vis. Merle: Harris Karen<: Carat.
$2,000.00 OR MORE, will attend to this
2nd row: Katrina: Coleman FREE HOME TRAININGFOR you as soon as possible.AT .
WITH A MATURITY Selma Demps, Jan Grau3on;!(
Gerl Tucker Jan Searle. Sheila: THE NERVE
I MONTHSACCOUNTS 3rd row: Shirley! Williams DEAFENED
tir tirI ing Cln-y McLeod Joy An.V1|. kisco. N, V. Special( ) A
drews Dora Glsssn.' : Harriett eport on nerve deafness has been BEEN RENEWED
NOW prepared to provide the Nerve
Faulkner. Deafened America with informaion -

t 0 INSURED BY F. D. I. t Sarah Not pictured Bradley: Karen Sulvla Reddish Hamp. ::'habilitation regarding, help.he most recent Re. Are You One Of The One-Fourth?

C. UP TO $20,000.00. ton. Year of knowledge. understanding
i and study have made this re
The neighborhood children I port The possible author of this report says. Thanks
t t grow older. There are now '"If you can hear hut don't understand
more guitars than trickles/ if words run together do
on the block not become frustrated there is
MEMBER F. D. I. C. hearing" rehabilitation help for GENE LONGTax

Another mark of the end of you
.f the holiday season is when ,cost For or obligation your FREE write report to SOUND at no
t the sweet little girl tells'her EAR. INC. J I2I:!1 Smith Avenue. AssessorPalatka
sweet' Uttle talking doll to !Mount Kisco. N. Y 1049. A post
- :: shut up. card will do ADV' I _

.? .3 Af'E 6 .. ,:I'EI.FcmAI'H; JAN. 29. .1970

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I. 73cyo Of County v f' .. Walt Disney, \World Preview Center

I Taxes Collected ;; f Now Open To Public
_ .-- ....., .... Near Orlando
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7" Seventy-three per cent of with the two .. ",
$26,913.40 per
1 Bradford County's 1969 tax Walt Disney World's PhaseI courses and recreation facili-
cent discount totaling 66741.
1 totaling $882,972 has been collected Preview Center Is now open ties covering 2,500 acres
Taxes paid in February will at Lake Buena Vista, near Or- Focal point of the presentation -
through Jan 20
accord- be subject to a one per cent
Ing Payments to Tax Collector J.R. Kelly. discount. There is no discount rr lando.Giving the public a first look foot model Is a detailed of the 625-iquare"VacationKingdom"
are coming In at allowed for taxes paid in March.
'T at the $300-million "VacationKingdom"
about showing lakes,wood-
the normal
rate, he says.
Then 1
beginning April
Collections now under construction lands and man-made facilities.
total through Jan. 20 penalties will be charged for '- the contemporarystyledbuilding A colorful motion picture In

....< pushed that level They were late payment. A penalty of three t" .r will serve as Informa- the central theatre, plus numerous
: by a per cent will be levied on real tion headquarters until the artists'
i ; .. whopping 554854.86 conceptions of
; paid Inn
cJ property and personal propertywill J
,, recreation-entertainment com the project's exciting new
-olast November many
:; the first time 1
be subject to a one per plex begins operation in October adventures and construction-
In the
history of the county cent penalty. ti I
that collections in one month 1971.The progress photographs completethe
&..'*..'rose Preview Center a tourist presentation.
% above the half million One timber firm Container
.:: ::_. mark. Kelly says. Corp. of America, is still con- : attraction In its own right, will Seas mod-
in South ,
.:|:: :-.: The four per cent discount testing in court its 1968 and liiiNew be open every day from 9 a.m. ern Styled motif, the a Center Is surrounded -
Ij to 5 It
is located
: p.m. 15 miles
: ::. .for early payment garnered by 1969 assessments in Bradford by picturewindowwalls
:::is:| ; ,' -those who paid in November County. The cases have been southwest of orlando at the which allow bright and

:\ i ...- totaled 1703035. That is less heard by Circuit Court Judge Intersection of Interstate High- attractive displays around the
::|:: than four per cent of half a John All Murphree but no way 4 and State Route 535. perimeter of the air-con-

::: .million dollars, Kelly points ruling has been made. Approxi- Attractive hostesses will direct ditioned building.The .
::: I i .' out, because some timber companies mately $46,000 in timber taxesis visitors through a fascinating -

:: .' paid only a portion of being held up in the suits. presentation wilch Center also contains
:: ..: their taxes. covers the five-year Phase I press Information, convention
:: Collections in December Millage in 1969 totaled 19.107 period of Disney World. reservation, gift shop and executive -

:: totaled 44031.28 with the three mills. The County Commis- Look At Courthouse Phase I Includes a "Magic reception facilities.
.: per cent discount sion's portion of that was 8.307 Kingdom" theme park similar
amounting to
:: 140221. In mills with the Board of Public in concept to California's Dis- The Preview Center will be
: the 20th collections January, through totaled Instruction levying 10.8 mills. Thi
: ..... County Courthouse ,looks adorned by and !some'> also planted at the resort hotels, unique land and the new City of Lake Buena
. 4n) cabbage palms moved off US 301 Florida Patrol station. water transportation, golf Vista.
Rig hway
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.'" <,. r.f. r- \ irJ. north and south of Starke by the Department Only palm* left standing on the median -- -- "* >>---Vjri***-* J VS-CX- ***

-... of Transportation.There : strip are inside the city limits on "TV

'if ; .- 11" 1 : I Ii are six of the palms planted :North Temple Avenue. ( I
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. lit -' >I ., .J7 j' r(:rw20% TO 5096 OVER Face Value")- .J.

, '. .... :' 4-H NewsCOUNTY -'..;. .... C '''' \''''. '':t (.- '
3r. DIMES.
: .,..: \ ...' ,, ", To' :". ', ..1
,,1,' ) :,.',,,'..'-.. ,.,: ,> : ,. vJt .." 1964 OR BEFORE t 7
"": ,t t1 : .. 'IlJ I; J Q I"'TF'" Also we will buy 1965 Hnlves .. Nickels 1959 or f1'
i : r.1 I +'1-+ before Cents 1951! or before. + .. .
4-H c .,
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. J.. Dr Bill G. Jackson horse ? "
\ ( : specialist: wIth the Florida Agrl- ., : Starke \

}; :.-.;':. 1 cultural Extension Service, will:i :---. .- t II ,<,i I'u4 Phones Day .....7271 Night 9646250Till .,...
peak; at a meeting of interested "

f| ;: First Dimes Board Filled parents and young people J "Parking meters should reilnd if:.1'Jti"'.......... I...... ',. ". :'
;' at 7:30: tonight (Thursday])I mI us that vte lose money F' I. 'i-o') .* t ('IT"t
: r;: Betty Jean Reamer and Nettie. Narsworthy, At the Agricultural i in ... .. sl still." "." .\.. .". .... .I.. ,. .t
\\I :j \\aitreuses;! at the Branding Iron restaurant, are Starke.He Building :I +h -s. .,-1. .>-.,.:::i.. landing \ _..,. .. 'l.. :.-f..;.__..0-. __.. ___. _f. '0.,'".-..,...,_ .' L

\ ;l ;; credited with filling the first big board dur- will discuss the type of r -: ,, .;'::i. 4 r--tlre-r nn --- -- -- es- -_ .
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'?j I Inv the current March of Dimes drive. The board programs and activities that .' .. .......... : .

;j''! >':$; was filled 1 in a record time of two weeks "This coull' that be would adapted benefit to our 4-H County Club +ya 4. :.,::,... .J-if"

;-.' i:1%', kind of work and dedication is much appreciated
work and at the time: offer
'.'i( '\y' h-v the local chapter of :March of Dimes." said an opportun'ty same to our youthto Larry Ofile! bj', I-II member and A. L. Tarleton

' )Robert! Forester!' setting Red Cedar seedlings I ,
-,, / Butch chairman.20YearOld participate: in a constructive County : on Debt

.r.' 'J.- program suites to their Larry's farm on Bezant !Road in Starke.

'.: 'J Man Interests.
:. Convicted This'! meeting is open to anyone seedlings that ha pi ins to srilaa :

fof Interested in young people] Christmas trees In two or
Fraudently Obtaining Money and horses or who wauld; like three years. I

to know more about how the Lnrry has almost 100 )pr-cent rlllllij i Do Us Part.

o \.;%:; A Bradford jury returned a Wilkinson testified that last 4-H horse program !Is being con- attendance at meetings of Ms! j'' : i 1

, ,. ;; guilty verdict on charges of March, when Padgett was in ducted in other parts of our 4-H Club. If he pnnros! in 1Victor's
:' '':,i<, petit larceny against Joe Pad- his employ, he gave Padgetta ,State. Club activities as he has In his
; /;'? gett, 20, Starke, Monday check for $90 to be usedas project work Larry should bone I I
, :;:". morning, Jan. 26, In County expenses and loaned hima 4-H LIVESTOCK JUDGING: of the top H'ers In Eadfor.l : T.ll1ymuter: home aJdinu! I

-! "/*jj Judge's Court. car. lie said the understandingwas Walter Prevatt. Zack Ed'\'ars.:! County In another year( OPso. f A I I machine is a handy little home appliance that

: Padgett was convicted for obtaining that Padgett would continueto Daniel Ros'sr. Tonev R"s'er might save: your marr; Because it will I
e; money under false work for him, but he said and Lee Sparks of the Bradford:! ......., I I age.
., County 4-H Livestock Judjtng save you money, the -lumber one proWem) I
. pretenses a petit larceny the man disappeared and later Michael !Mary 13. son of /"I I I
". k r1 ":; charge under Florida law. turned up In Bradford County. Team attended the Southeast.ern Mr. and Mrs. Richard'! Mcwrv in so many marriages I

,,: Judge Theron Yawn fined Fat Stock Show in Ocala of Hampton: has been t4 II I I It adds,. subtracts and multiplies. And\ gives i
I, % Padgett $76 'and stipulated that Burnham testified that he last Tuesday to practice judg- t 0\ I
l .
Club memb'r for two : ; 1 for
years. printed tape
,I you a : tax rCl"OrJ5.I .
H he make restitution or serve cashed the check for Padgettlast in*. ,
:. six months In county jail. :Mar. 25 but that later on The team is worlt'ns out as His first project wa- raising! : a f _. ,- ,,,. Precision-built to Victor business machine II
dairy: ca'!. lie dl'l! 1 such a gao-l IR: 0
;: The action came Monday In when he deposited It, the bank much as possible to prepare job with his protect that he also .! standard But dccor;.trq'k'd> in the :smartest: I
;/; the first day of a four-day had orders to stop payment. for the State Contest to be hell
muditl! fir his' appliance. colors-Avocado. Harvest Gold I
: Counts Court Burnham said efforts won a County : : oredgvood
; : ; trial which was to collectthe at the Florida State Fair in I
'."'._., to end Thursday. monej' from Padgett were Tampa on, February 13th. The work. This year ho still! his I \\ Blue.! Electric models as: little .t I".

% In presenting the state's case, unsuccessful. team will Judge five classes of his daIry calf for a project and ... I 569.95, hand-operated from 59.50. I
has Rtirtel 1 pardon. projectfor
County; Prosecutor Gene Shaw n
cattle and three classes of A
used the testimony of witnesses, Testifying on his behalf swine! In the State Contest himself] and his! fnniilv. At :MirhaM IVIowry, of the I Tallymaster present for the family at I

"f/ James Wilkinson Maxville Padgett said he did borrow the They will also be required to present he has cabbage I strawberries Hampton I-II Club, show Christmas could go a long!! way toward I
\ and Roy T. Burnham of money from Wilkinson and that / lettuce an3: onion I assuring peaceful i'lCYcar.: .
/give oral reasons for their int .
:a prize head of cab
f Starke.Jacksonville, he had made efforts to contact growing and plans to have a
platings on three of these class. from hi I At most stationery and: leading department
Wilkinson and offered to pay large!! variety of other vegetables bage 't-II garden
him off in weekly Install- es. this! Spring. project. I stores Or write Victor; (.Comptometer: I

t ments. STEER SHOWS Michael Is also interested t In I Corporation Chicago ill, 6061$. I

swine and helps, his fithrr care plans to run for an rfflce in
Tom and Zack EJ wards of
; The Jury consisting of J. for all their farm animals. He Ills club next year He .li also I
\ the Starke Livestock 4-H Club : VICTOR 1I I
II. Dupree, Frank Allen, RobertL.
plans to have at least ore ad- I
InteresteJ in livestock judging!
'will show a steer in the Florida
Autry, James C. Knight, J. I
} ditional livestock project next "wnj, \ plans to s'i'e' a demonstra.
: Business R. Taylor and G.W. Raborn Fall Stack Show in Tampa on :: personal adding machine I
tlon on Agriculture or Veterinary -
was out for only about 10 Tuesday, February 3. They
minutes before :have been feedlnaIft.oomlng Michael attends meetings\ of Science at County 4-IlEvents II
returning a
I his 4-H Club regularly and .. .
day this Spring:.
verdict of guilty. i and training/ their steers for
ii ..: II
Directory i manv weeks for this1 show.

? Padgett was held in court to ; '. 1 I. I
answer to another charge. SHOWING: AND: GROOMING: : .j' .

f Auto Sales and Services DEMONSTRATIONA: : : I
,. Along with Larry Wayne King, demonstrit'on! for County II I I / '.

s Parrish Motors he was charged with an attempted 4-H and FFA members with fat II I I : ,. I

breaking and enteringat steers or animals to be ! f Dot's Place, a tavern locatedon the Bradford: County Fair I I I '

\ SALES south fS-301, early last Fri will be hel:.'i at the livestock! : I I Y I

,. SERVICE VOLVO day morning barn of J. M. Edwards, Jr.. nc' 4 II II
After Judge Yawn informedthe 10 a.m. on Saturday January '.

., defendant of their rights, 31.The I 'i '.\.. I
Good Used Cars. and that witha demonstration will be
; Always they are charged I
given by Mr. Dan Smith and t. I '
356-5634 felony, both requested a pre-
921 Laura St.
liminary hearing and the Tom and Zack Edwards.! ,They ; I II II

court acceded to that request. will show their meUi:): s of 4 ,

F.T.FrTRlr MOTORS Padgett asked for, and the court washing. grooming! clipping! ; ; I I
appointed, the public defenderto and showing of steers and II
/I represent him, but King said breeding! / animals.All I I
} PEAVY Brothers he would furnish his own at- 4-H and FFA members "it's+
torney. with cattle projects are Invited: I
2 Electric Co., to attend. The E-Vards barn Is I

During questioning Padgett, located on Edwards loop, or ,,1 VICTOw I
;%; Electric :Motors it was brought out that he also State Road 100A. in Starke. For rr I

\ Sold Serviced Repaired is charged with a break-in at more Information call Mr. Edwards I : I
a local: laundry machine service
} Generators Starters Armature or the County Agent'soff'&e I
establishment recently.In .
"new Hiding.Tenox. in Starke. I

i j4014 Jax. 387-2528 I I
".. other cases, David James I
Larry OiflMbv of the Starke 1
: PIANOS switched his Dlea from not eull tv Elder Given Award :
Livestock 4-H Club and Michael 1I
to guilty on assault and battery 1
Mowry of the Hampton 4-H
: YAMAHA PIANOS: charges and was fined $36. I
"" CONK and KIMUALLORGANS Reed Hermes pleaded guiltyto Club are two of our most! progressive Navy Seaman: 3- PhllVn' Elder ;!- At present Elder Is attending I
members with
three traftic ouenses and 4-H. Is preqen'"'d) S'H-pr' Dolphins Torpedo! Op'ratbn an:*! Maintenance I
their .project work in Bradford
"" was fined as follows: no license emblem of t qualified submar.: School in Pearl!! Harbor[ 1I
tag on his car, $36; no inspection Coun '. Iner. en Oct. 31 1. 1969 bv LCDR Kawall.
". certificate, $36; no driver's Larry 19. Is the son of Mr. Allan An"rac-'e. comn'am'inej: Elder: Is the son of Mr. and I

license, $26. and Mrs. Ted Ogteiby! of Bes- officer. wh'l' serving aboard :Mrs. Emmett Elder of Route 1,
1I' Fou trials which had been sent Road in Stake. Larry the San DlPiro bar"d Fle t Starke. 1 I
scheduled for Monday morningwere Joined 4-H in 1969! and carried Snorkel Submarine: USS SAD- ., I
cancelled when, on motion e horse project that won a

r.-.. by Shaw, the court ordered the County medal.. In October of LO.Dolphins, th* !submariner! Insignia 549 I
.. charges dropped. The defendants 1969. h- entered the Chamber are awarded umn com- eI I
and charges were as of Commerce Calf Scramble I
of comprehensive
; plet'on a
KIMJ5ALL "SWINfiER" follows: ani successfully! caught a registered qualifierKon: nr'ervrf throe I
ORGANS David William Padgett, contributing -
Anus heifer.
itcnl and on-the--J'b training
/ Roosevelt Mall-388-8319 to the delinquency Leslie of On his five acre farm. Larry during which a seaman must; I
a minor; Richard has cleared brush, fertilizedtwo :
learn the complete t meehinItncal -
f Newman, contributing to the I
acres of existing! pasture
STORE an:! on-the-Jib mechanical ( -
WESTERN delinquency of a minor; Henry
and::\ pecan trees and plantedtwo I
Harris, failure to surrender car and) electrical operation! 1
acres of ryP grass to supply -
modern submarine.
and tag Charles a
DUDE registration ; feed and grazing for his Seaman Elder toM the distinction I
LITTLE Sawyer, of Lawtey, assault and
( battery. animals. Ha has recently purr of having q'jal'ft'J:I in 1 Bradford County I
chased: four heifers, /giving hima
3 Western Store The case against Claude only five months rathen than
total of five cattle end 1
Myers (failure to surrender car the usual !six :\ required.For ; .
registration and tag) was also horse. his outstmdlnar accomplishment I
} Western Clothlni Leather. dropped by the state. With the assistance! ct County Elder has been recommended Telegraph/ Inc. :
good, Saddle and Trailers Forester Allen Tarleton,
Is !
The trial term of court : to th" Command
:y Charles it Sharon Petty scheduled to run through Thurs- Larry has just completed set of Submarine Frdc" Paelfir:: for I I
,. 1M.. Edjrwood 3M-U10 day. ting five hundred red cedar: special recognition JIDEmillIE .

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Of making ther: reports County. These Improvement are> mant in the amount of 1100 fop
Should IncreaseIn Small Amounts ) oat a conference : -
Marriaee Rate located within the right of way one Item or 150 each for two or
on the 'biological! effectsof of State: lload IS between Its Intersection more' Items up to. but not to Greed
Carbon Monoxide carbon, monoxide: sponsored with State Road 800 ",000. This deposit I. a
CommunityNews CU. a. 301) and the Clay County guarantee that the bidder, If
May Injure Heart by the New York Academy; of Line. successful will enter Into a
Bradford County During! 1970The Sciences. No bid will bo considered un- written contract In keeping. with
.. lees It !. submitted on the official the terms of his proposal. Deposits -
Scientists have reported additional proposal form provided submitted. by unsuccessful
sound! of wl' d'nlf bells 1.000 is Pll'cted, 'titj year by the Department of Transpor bidders will bo returned Immediately
: relativelylow
'Will Oblear'" mars often In The prediction for Florida la evl nce that Ja TII. C..y ....... O..rt, tation. Such proposal forms and 'following determination
amounts of carbon monoxld a.. A.II *'''* Atrmliurd. c.....,.. Information regarding this Call of successful. bidder
Bradford County from now on. 9.3 per 1000. such fcund In cigarette ..'.u....... for Bid u. ni,. wMl be as ,'.. .. ulldin be obtained tram right to reject any or all bid
More yoti T Wilson. ..
smoke, can :Impair normal fJectlons In K.: J2tate of Mamie Blood- C. 1. District Administrator. and **> waive. technical.. *
marching to the altar this year !home. In 1948.! has the country of the heart and vision. wurtn Cuiuieii. Ueceaiud.Nolle Property Management a. mar be deemed best. for the
t' and next than in the past.: experienced a marriage !boom or rural ilepoi-t .And Application and Outdoor Advertising Sec Interest. nt the. State.
This impairment It was said tlon.' of Transportation. Management And Out
Hy Elizabeth; Givens Walker For UlacamigoXo Department !
This Is v'denf from the .ro'e
such as occurred that year could( affect a parson's ability .AU vv .iium it .uuy. Concern iNouue ako City, Florida. .Advertising Section
sharp Increase in the numberof bid must be aorompan- Right of Way Division
when nearly 2. OO 000 weddings i> u'Veri lime Lau.nceCO.IIf Each
automobile safely .
-- to drive an
- -- Cuiiauu. as .AUmimstratoroi a tra Department Of Transportation
RECREATION NEWS young people. who will be in took place. From 'then on there and further studies are under me .uuove-i/iea e..iu.te, hasoompurtsu other noncnncellabls I 1-33 Zt !-e
NOTICE! the age bracket in whIch most was a steady decline to a bottom Hi* itiiiiiiiiiiftirutionnil
The management of the recreation DELL CHAPTER 168 will holda marriages' take place. The IiittU in Lulls Court; me tlnal
cf l.liOO Ono in the late 50s. way.The
amounts of carbon mon- and fur dm-
Is report uuplioatiun
department asking
called meeting Thursday potential' ,bri'e.lInd! groomsare Now. however, the curve Is' cliaive. Oujeuiivuv, It allY,
continued of citizens oxide from automblle W & D TRACTOR SALES
cooperation night, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m. In the product[! of the. OtWrye moving upward: again with said iliuuiil. be uuiy' filed with this
of Starke and Bradford Hall Brownlee in downtown city traffic: Court. Alter fi'inv p..f or publication
the Masonic
on r9 of the 1940's when the some two million notice hoe
weddings in for liuwiuu" mat
county: In Improving the are "cause
; Street. All members are askedto iblrth rate hit an all-fim* high.' I9fi8. parkin garages been pubaanetl" ".ice a week for
activities of the department. alarm" the scientists sad! In four weeks, the or-
be present and on time. Box 75 LaCrosse. FIlL Ph. Alaehua 4822628
It fpm the local -
Wholesome recreation is need- Examination: of the f I mires derlnt of uutrioulion of the estate -
population figures and from chows that the and tile tidal ulauiiarga ofLauveuc. OLIVER TRACTORS
ed In every community to im- SHOWER PLANNEDRev. number of mar- Cimby connell a.. Aa-
prove the development of our S.R. Johnson and Mrs. prev'ous experience: the t the rtapei in anv community Is directly niinuti'alor 1&1 come before" the 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
youth. marrlae rat*. in Bradford; proportional! to the num. a low level for some' Court.Laurence.
Dlnna Sermon Johnson will be Cosby Connell
t Everyone is invited to attend honored with a miscellaneous Countv T.-111 reach! 9.5 per 1,000 ;iber cf people In the principal! For Hw local buslnesd man Laurence Coauy Conneil, .as Ad- Implements Sidewinder Mowers.' Holland

the City League basketball shower on January 31 at 7:30 residents! this year. marrying ag s-20 to 24. the picture! is a rosy- one. Bach mlniatrator 1,8 U 1.29 I Transplanters Cole Planters
games every Saturday in RJE p.m. at the home of Mr. and Bv ray of comparison! ac- In that age bracket in Brad- marriage represents thous ,
gym at 9 a.m. for your enter- Mrs. C.C. Chambers on U.S. .cording to figures; from the Departmsnt ford County at the present ands of dollars of spendlnz John Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others.

tainment. For Information con- 301, South Starke'. of Comm"rre and time there are approximately for Jewelry clethlmr. furniture, CALL FOR BIDS
tact Johnny Jackson. ,th' DpaTtm<"'t of Health., Ed- 1.400. well above the 1C64 totalof household rece' "s.tes.! appliances :) :) Sealed bid. will be received at Combine and Hay Equipment
CHURCH NEWSEBENEZER the Petit Jury Koom. Bradford
ticat'on and Welfare the local 1.040. insurance an*, eventually, County Courthouse, -starke, Florida
GIRL SCOUTS TROOP 626 BAPTIST, Rev. rate -wris 7.8 marriages per With the Increase in the number .baby carrlRires. The initial out ,'at 11:00: A.M.! vn the 12th TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES 1\lOnEJ.8
The Girl Scouts are taking Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday day of February 170 tor the
l.nno) )In 1964.Thrnurthmtt!) .
Please School 9:45. Morning Worship of weddings there will fellow lay. in seating up A home is demolition or removal of build-
cookies. ,
orders for : -
the nation! anaverage in due time a rise' In the estmated at more than! $3,008 Inv and other Improvement Calvin C. Williams and Raymond JJyal.
cooperate with them in this 10:45. Men's Day will on Section 28030-250,1 In Bradford ;
activity. Because of the effortIn be observed at 3 p.m. with of 109 w"'dings per birth! rate which has been at per couple, on average.

the Cookie Sale the Council John Diggs delivering the ad- -------

will be able to provide dress. The Junior Choir will

expanded camping opportunities furnish music. BYPU, 5 p.m.

and facilities. Parents are Bible Study each Tuesday, 7 I A S 1 STORE WIDt
asked to please give your full p.m. Prayer Meeting each 1 a ,

cooperation in helping your Thursday night.Remember .
daughter keep her record ac- the sick with E A G l ee

curate. your visits and get-well cards.
Willie Pittman and 1 Harold 1 Mit-

BOY SCOUTS chell are home from the O D/f CO UN r f R tfA
Scout meeting is held
Boy hospital. Mrs. Bernice Morris
each Wednesday night Jenkins and Mrs. Arnold are In Brad- l0 WER TiER
recreation center on Grove PRICE S QUALITY
ford County Hospital.
Street. All Scouts are askedto IiEuil r1biii
please attend and all boys 4

much interested to fun In the joining The activities boys are enjoy pro-invited Williams 9:30.Free Will Morning pastor.Baptist Worship Sunday Rev.,School Jasper at 11., 1yI 1 r

Evening Service 6 p.m. Mon- D/SCOUNi/ $rotll _
vided for them. All
parents are
day night, Choir No.1 rehearsal. -
encouraged to visit the meetingand Tuesday night, Choir No. 3 and 4"\ MEN'S Quantity RiMs Reserved
help with the activities.The LADIES'L
Ushers Board No. I will meet.
young men of the com- Wednesday night Prayer Meet- L aran
with free time hand CANVAS CASUALS
are munity asked to volunteer on help. ing. Thursday night, Ladies /I 1 1.r CAREFREE SNEAKERS

Circle. Friday night, I Can .r + Tan and Brown: sizes n'/'>/2! i
Circle meeting. Saturday night "' Y, White and Black: sizes S/10

dinners will be sold from the YOU i' YOU
1.03 / ''SAYE 35t
Rev. George Young pastor. AYIMGS!

BUSINESS Sunday School, 10 a.m. Love : BIG

Feast and Baptism, 11 a.m.
DIRECTORYAUTO Parents of the converts are
invited to attend these services.
Evening Service, 5:30. J MEN'S EAGLE

AME Church, Rev.C.E.Jenkins COTTON T-SHIRTS 1. ii 7X50 BINOCULARS

pastor. Revival services closed
+ Full combed %
cut cotton
Gilbert S. Brown with two CENTER FOCUS
last Friday night White only rfl ran st:
converts. Rev. Jenkls,officers, 1yl r tra Prismatic lens: coated
Standard OU Service Station and members are grateful to 1 YOU SAVE Leather ease with strap
ATLAS all members from the churchesof I I

TIRES & BATTERIES the community for the
Budget Terms Road Service splendid cooperation given In 4U, 1 t P 1

PHONE 8A4-7071 these spiritual meetings. Sun-
107 N. Temple Starke day School, 10 a.m. Following 11 394
Love Feast at 11 a.m., the. e :y

congregation will to Bethel

the converts. District Confer- "

ence will be held Wednesdayand WORK PANTS WOLF'S HEAD AM-FM RADIOS

Service Station Thursday, Feb. 4-5 in BOYS PANTS
Jacksonville. Rev. Jenkins is Heavy duty twill = > rj
Gas Oils Lubrication asking all members to cooper- ( Full cut with deep pockets PERMANENT PRESS +sJ 20 W 40 ?a.- s ** Telescope ;antenna

Monarch Tires it" Batteries ate. lie will preach Thursday r Khaki, Grey ;and Green Half-boeer style in Dacron e Four batteriesEu

ROAD SERVICE night, and Choir No. I is askedto ___J\ Sizes i 29/42 \ Cotton: papular colors wQLR.S OR RACING OILMEN'S tytQr plugs

301 and 100 Starke sing. The ushers are also YOU SAVE 1.03 Sizes 4/7 UEA *
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Trophies are ulven out once a mont for 1 \ .: / YOU SAYE 42e 1 i e r- YOU Nrp11j l1MIT 2,:%;
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LIT.: arxt Mrs. Ronald Bristol. lit The Clri-nlt Court Of Thininth of said Court on this 0>th day of Prison,
of VlurlilH St.ito P. O. Box 231
r S BROOKER 7 Ramona Harrell and Dottle Jmll-lnl circuit Of Florida -, January 1970. ]yOTICB IIKUIH'IIOIINotice : op iNTRXTiav FICPI'1'1'1oGSA.131 ( TO fOrty nIt Ir"rd Florida Ttalford, Florida 320RJ.:
KeU r of FS0. Tallahassee In Ana Far Bradford Count) (:..mAI.) F7 Bids. shall lie efil"rt 1 and returned Bids are to be on.. lump sum
Case No.Marv Inman D. O..eenAe In envelope. rrmrkrd, "Bill basis tnthe harvesting' of all
pent the week end here with 'L..e Plaintiff, Clerk of al"1 CourtBy la hereby given that
e Coney. I'lne TimberSnle
i for' I umi" 811111 pine timber and pine pulpwood
BY JOYCE STOKES their parents. .V.. H. r. Conev. Defendant.NOTICV3 Moulah M. MoodyAs the undersigned under the provisions to be opened! 10OO: ( AM located. In the deMlitmfuxl iiroax.These .
of Chapter: 2t>,9t J Lawsof
OP SUIT Deputy Cleric > February 12 1970". Bli tOl"nh. ) are generally worked out
: STORK SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gore Tn: W C. Coney 1-15 4t 2.8 Florida with Acts the of Clerk Hill, of will tho reBister In duplicate, retain one copy foryour turpentine arras and areas nt
would be very Circuit Court,
of In and for
Mrs. Ernest Douglas spas Detroit. Mich spent last Miami Florida In The Court Of The Count Brad- Hufflrlent time tn> arrive before done by the successful bidder'
thoughtful person had saved with' Hereby Notified that .Judge Ilrniirard County, FI.r''''', ford aunty Florida, upon pi'oof to: mnnthttjerloil
e honored with a stork shower Thursday :Mr. end Mre. You Are of publication of this. nutlco time for bid opnlni within the eighteen (18)
some of the that divorce'. tins beenfiled In Probate uu Buvlnesa 1, toJuly
stampi were an action for Mr It. V. Turner 1 beginning February
Thursday:night at the New River1 Issued Guv Harrell.We mmlrmt you ant you arerequired In reKstnte of Amos Wil the flcitltlous name i>f North fflw.Florida. ; ", "".
by the government and Fin. Country Music
Show mid.
of vourwritten liams. Deceased r ., > W:;
Baptist Educational BulJiInsr. were) sorry to learn that to nerve a copv which 1 State Prison 1-2: l
In businessnt
nun e.nKUirc'd
had to.beuseJ: to purchase dr f ni""". If Rnv, to. It nn To All Creditors And Persons
Games were played and gasoline Dlelcey: Davis, a former Brook Eugene F. !Shaw! attorney for Having Claims. Or Demand Breaker, Florida, P. O Lox -
prizes sugar etc. during er resident, of Miami involved address Is 142 Against Sold Instate: 83.Lerov -
won by Mrs. Pearl Mar- was nlnlntlff. . Stokes: P. O. Box 93,
World War 2. and let the children West Call Street P. O. Box 10 8. You and enrh of you are
key and Mrs. Alberta Jones. In an automobile. accident S2f>9l. and file notified and required to present Botcher, Fla.
The see what they looked like. last Dickie's Stnrke, Forlda. clerk of any claims nnd demand David FtiHHCll Rt. 1 Box 109-A BRADFORD PECANS
building) was beautifully! week. ear the original with the Brooker Fla.
It would either of you
make their h1s'tOl'1cIa" court o-n or he. which' you or
decorated In pink! : and blue. was completed] demounted, and the fore above February styled 5, 1970! ; otherwise may have nnnlnst the estate of John Hrnilry Rt. 1 Box 213-A
'. The 30 guests' very interesting. he was! admitted to the hoe be entered Amos Wllllnms. deceased Into of Lake Butler Fin
were served can may
jtidirmfrnll! ,
a Dated till* lit II day of .Tnnttry. -
Sorry to heap that Dennis relief demanded aid County, to the County ron SALE
and punch by the hostess, Mrs. Hodge Is pital.) He Is now et home. la iralnut In yon the for complaint the or petition. Judge of liruclfovd Countv FlorIda A. D. l)7fl! at Starke Brads
Yvonne Emory. Mrs. Glenda a at'ent in BradfordCounty ease you would like to.send hima at his office In the courthouse ford County Florida.
Slnrke, 1.15 U 2-B\
j Andrews Mrs. Jean Parrlsh, Hospital. card! or write a few lines his Witness my hand and the Heal Fin. of within siild County nix nt calendar. -
Ii"" Mrs. Eva Hirrell had a let of said Court on January of the Shelled and Unshelled
Mrs. Pat JOhns Mrs. Virginia address Is. 285 Tiger-tart Ave., months from the time
/'J Crews, and Mrs. ter This" week from Rev. S. P. Apt. 2m. Coral Gables, Florida 1970.SIUL'' first publication of this. notice.Each r.RG.L. \.
Margaret Ann claim or demands shall be ; rn ..F.r"r"O't
Beard:! of Tampa saying that Inmrtn D. OreenAn olds b. "
;.; Dyal 3313.1. His! parents, Mr. end Mrs. Clerk of said Court In wrltlnR. nnd shall state the nt the offli'c of thoniRnaMfer I..II."B & .
: The New River Baptist; :Mrs. Beard Is very sick and is G. W Davis. are now residingIn By Beulah. liT. Moody place of residence claimant nnd post and office 1"1 lrM'Idi. State< i'rlsunr
in the hospital In Tampa. Rev. Clerk Halforil, Florida .ISdS.I. up tql|
:: Church enjoyed a acclal In the Beard Gainesville.] Le Depuy 1-13 4t ZS1VOTICR hall be sworn to by the claimAnt and not later than 10:00M: State Farmers Market
educat'onal' ,building Immediately was P'lstorII't the! Brook- her agent her attorney demandnot February.. 12, 1970 for the "aloof
;t er Baptist Church here and any s\u-1i claim or pine timber and pulpuooil In-
] after the evening Church years NOTICE: I.NTRNTION: TO 10 filed shnll be void. rated In Oeflirnnti nrta, "pro>\p-
ego! and :
was loved and: respec- nKoiariiii KicTiriois! IAMUNotlva Wllhelmenla BrooksWILHEI.MENiA
service Sunday night. Cake, Is livrvoy that. BROOKS As
ted by many: in the given OF I VMJN-TIOV TO --------
: coffee and tenwnafta: were ser community. pursuant to Section 8i .U9! Florida ltK .IS'ri-ll: TITlOfS executor of the I>nst Will and
II Mrs. Harrell also had a ]otter! I Statutes: lUUti, the under- N.\1 Testament of Amos Williams,
ved. Happy birthday was sung from Mrs. Come, Igiied Intends to register with Notice In. hereby given that deceased.
Crosby of
to all those who had had a : the Clerk of the Circuit Ouurt, the. iinilprBlNrned, under the proM :First publication Jan. 1, 1970.
birthday Orlardo.] advising: that Rev. In and for Uiuuford County, .|r>nH of Chapter i 20,05.1! : Laws 1-13 4t 2-5
in January. Crosby Is now out of the hospital Florida. upon receipt of proof ot of Florldn. Acts of I 1941 will rerl..r @D
The Plainsmen] have had a publication cf this notice, thflclltioua will the Clerk o>f the Circuit Court InAnd @ Orr
and is at home. Rev and name ot lioyu inatru- l o\lrt. In and for Bradford In The County n.ltr"'e i'minti, g g \ \ looo3ft
ttry busy week.
Thursday Mrs. Crosby were residents" 'of ment &': Uauge under which I County, Floilila, upon proof of For. IJrniirurtl
w ci.ght they performed at heCivc am engaged In business at Koute THiMlt-ntlon of this notice, of the Florida.File
Brocker for a long time, antf he 1, Box 27J-A Starke, Fla. fictitious name of Hampton Tie > --
% tV'lo
AuXtorium Michael *
In Ocala. On is also a. former pastor! of the O. Uoyd Crawford, sole owner, creation Cfntt'r, under which wedro In Re: Kstnte Of
Friday they played: :! for three Brooker Rt. 1. ilox 272-A, Starke Fla.. engaged, In business at Box Cholek r>i>censil.l.Notice l.. -

classes at BUS then on Saturday Mrs. Annie Bapt's't Jernigan Church has returned ary.Dated A.D.this. 1U70 8th ut of Urad-Janu 101.William Hampton.1. Florida.noiighmnn, P. O. all creditors To CroilltornTo and demands nil .per* 1

night they played at the ford County Florida. Tlox: 18:;;. Tlnmnton, Fin. sons having claim, or @
home after visiting for 1.8 U 1.79In ...mn3u against said esluie.You
home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hampton. eiuli of ; aro .f
several and > yon _
Edwards, Jr. on Rowell Lake weeks with Mrs. Doris George, ,n.; Lone., Flit.Dated hereby. notified. mill i'piiilr| +l to extens# n -
Crutchfleid In Kerola. Miss., The Circuit Court, nm R6< Sterko of ..Tnminry pri-Hont any claims' and ili-nuinilH, ; \
thin 14th cloy
social for the of
a Judlcliil Circuit
young pep Mr. and Eighth which you, or either youMh n
Mrs. Leon Jerntfran A. D. 1971 nt Stnilte. Bradford -
ple of 'the In Ana For llriidlord County; : "' a I of
Starice Christian Flortdn. late ,
and Iva Lee Smith of Bruton. Klarian. County 'vo't\'Ieelellelek1N ot -
Church. Ala] Mrs. Vondi Weaver of Action for Divorce 1-22 4tp 2-13 Bradford County: Florliln. to the phone iii '
Among those from Bradford Case No. 600ISarUon County ledge tif Bradford Piinntv -
Castelberry Ala.] and: Sabo li. Chesser Plaintiff, Oountv C'ourtlnvuse 'n Stnrke,
County going along with the Jones of Green -vsBarbara Ann Ch saar, De within nix" mo-ntliM fi'cvm" -
Bay Ala.] In The
rirrnlt Court InnI lrdate (
Plainsmen the first
to Ocala were Mr. Mr and Mrs. James Ray Stal- fendant.NOTICE For Drotlfurd ConiHy, Klurldu.Cnie of this notice.of
and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw' and naker and family of In The Nume Ot The Stat < No. Each claim or demand rousttie seventy
Gainesville Charles B. Gay .
Of Florida Plaintiff VS Mate
family of
Starke Mrs. Betty were the Sunday !guests of Mr. TO: 'Tha Defendant. In the Pauline H. tiny. Defendant the In place oflrp tdandenretnnd post- i .
Jane Mjrpan: > also of Stark. and Mrs. C. J. above named cause Notice Of Suit office ndilreHM of the clalmnnt. \ -/ '\ C>
Mr. and and Barbara Ann Chesser To: Pauline H. Cay addreM he xvrorn to by the 0
Mrs. Ronald] Bristol and must
.unknown.You d
and family. Miss Shirley Green, family.Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Miller! and Residence Are UnknownYou Hereby Notified that. orehel..hy. notified that rlnlmanit. or his It n will if""I.become or his void ttornev. f tB oo.. ..e A .tr 0 .\3 i .A.ors: 4 o. .
an act it n fur divorce has been '
Mrs. suit for divorce of the marriage lixiv. > \ CJ. ;
Joyce Stotcei. CharTs family of Jacksonville. Mr. between you and the Plaintiff, tiled ng.ilnKt you nnd you are according Each creditor to shnll delivernufflclent 1 a 4' i ..'." v ..,\ fA. 4 0. .A od.C1. d' .. .
Castlen of Brocker and end Mrs. John Roberta Karlton 11. Chewer has been required to serve 1I'II'y> of your copies of his clnlmti .
:Mr. and Mrs. of Providence filed against you! us Defendantby written defense If any to It enable the County Judge ,to
Topsy Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. John Earlton R. Chesser.. as Plain- on Alan (I. Fields./ Jr., D..AA. mall one to each" personal iu>roiientatlve. -
family of Hampton. Miler & Hedntrom, I'. O. Drawer
Hendry of Lake tiff In the above styled Court ..
Butler and '
C. L. Atklnsin was a visitorto Mr. and cause and you are requiredto J@@. Pulatka. Florida 92077. and Dated January 19th, A. D.
and file the Clerk
Mrs. Davit Fussela file your defense or answerto original with the 1970. 1 T
the Broolwr ElementarY and family of New River the Complaint as filed therein of the above. styled (hurt on or Arthur W. Mllnm
School, by Inv'taton! of 'the 5th were with the Clerk of the Circuit before February 18, 117U ; oth..r.wlee All Kxecutor or the Last Will
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Court in and for Bradford County a judgment nmr be entered and Testament, of Michael WlenCholek. FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.
and 6th grades.: He talks'! : to 6tofcs" Sunday Courthouse Stal'ke, Florida agralns you for the relief des Deceased.
the class about World War I COUNTRY S2091, and serve a copy thereofupon mantled In the complaint or : 1-22 U 212 STARK FI.A.
MUSIC SHOW said Plaintiff attorney, petition.
end-2, and about: the dews-" Don't forget the country music Barton T. DouKlas. 103 North Witness my hnn and, the seal -
slon. The 5th and 6lh grades Main Street. Poet Oflce Drawer ,
show Saturday night. Jan. 32II01. ---------------------------------- ---- .
have 1228. Gainesville Florida f n ii -_ ._-"""-'"-- ..
been studyng! these sub 31, at the- Brooker School] See on or before. February 6, 1970 ; ---
jects in their history class vcnil: you there! and If you 'fall to do so. a Default :
will be taken RoiifT
'Were very pleased] : to have Warren Bristol] of Jacksonville against Judgment the relief demanded

someone who had lived In was honored'' l nutho"c and
wth! a family said shal proceed FRESH
thereafter cause
these times to talk to them. It dinner Sunday at the home oft F.x Parte.
Witness my hand and seal of i j j OR RIB iU I
aid Court this 5th day of January FOOD
M A. D. 1970 at Starke. Flor

ida.(SEAL Inman) D. Green U! FLORIDA GRADE 'A'FRYERS' i i STEAKS !

As Clerk of the Circuit Cou..t.In ,
and For Bradford County 1

1oa'll w11f tlf f Florida.By Beulah M. Moody i I I FAIR i

4tTHm Aa Deputy Clerk. $ O9LBU
yoru4tay 1.8 ct I.U 1 I I 1 1

rr3law CALL FOR inns that 1 I j
Notice Is hereby given
HENRYGRADY the Board of County Commissioners 1 --------------______ I
of Bradford County. FlorIda

Furnishing will receive All sealed Labor. bids and fort or I WHOLE BAGGED i > FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS I II

Incidentals Necessary To Maintain 1 II II'
Of:1D: Air Conditioning
The Heating

_LI'11110[ I[] rl -.11 I Il'9t' HOTEL B44 the Bradford And North. Plumbing County Temple; Courthouse Avenue,, I' e ;i when Savings' Count.COUNT i iI

Starke, Florida: The Administration ON US !
Building For The Drnd- I
w141NtaAWtG sty plaructdeD ford Countv Airrlrulturnl Center
301 North. Starke Florida; 1 SAVE I 1It
And The Emergency OnfrntlnBCenter. I 1 1 C I PRICIS OOOO THROUGH II
pluM you
,,Bradrord 301 North County Starke Fnlrvrounds L B I I 98 I WEDNISDAY. FEBRUARY 4th I

The ultimate in downtown convenience.Closest to Florida I until Monday February I I I LB I quantity right r.s.ned. I

Atlanta Merchandise Mart,theaters; in centerof 2, 1970.the Circuit at 9:30 Court a.m. at In the the officeof Bradford I I I I II

the finest shopping area.Beauty and Barber Shops, County Courthouse at
Theater. Secretarial and Shopping Services. Beverage Stnrke. Florida. At said time all
received wll be publicly opened -
store Sundries stand.Superb meeting and ballroom bid and read aloud. US CHOICE
facilities. All rooms air-conditioned and with TV. Bidders qualifications must bn TINDER SLICEDLIVER CHUCKSTEAK
Manufactory to the Board of CROSS RIB E.
41, Commissioners'' of Brad- 1
: .e;:, New Motor Lobby-drive right into the ? ford County, Florida and said ROASTPURE

11'Y i hotel.Reasonablerates 1Jj) :such Board qualifications.shall he the sole The fudge Board of D

nt County Commlniiloners. of
Downtown at Ptachtrit I Cain $Is. Bradford County Florida renerv- a S 58"
k' @; the rlRht to waive Informalities L44
:: P.O.Bast4lS In any bid and to accept any L'' 1.t.gN3 __1
.. Phone 404/524-3211 bid which It considers to b. the
lowest responsible hid and to
reject any and all bids
:R.E3TAUR.ANT.COCKTAn: : :.. LOUNom The Board Of County Commissioners
Bradford County Florida.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA Inman D. Greenfly
Inman D. Green Ex Officio .
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Dear Mr. Matthews: should begin to do: something some people in the congregation -
Money Well Spent' about. I wll! il'-strate this In begin to squirm. He

44/ I would like to describe, in the following way. I thinks they are "under con-
my opinion, the general atti- It is Monday night and the I viction" about their sins, but
One by one the old oak trees which: | it down should also be a prime factor ( tude and actions many peopleare local air pollution control boardis 'Instead he learns as he shakes

line Starke streets have been felled 1 in the decision, as no doubt it has taking toward a most im- being called into session by I their hand at the door after
in recent years. So many have been 1 portant issue we are faced with it's chairman. He raps the the service that they were just
been. today. This Issue is the matterof reaches into his shirt ( fit" If
cut that noticeable gaps now yawn where l gavel, having a "nicotine a
air pollution. pocket pulls out a pack of man wants to commit suicide
huge trees once shaded our streets. The step is a constructive one. It /7y / '4 '2' Not only In the President'sState cigarettes, takes one and with tobacco, that is his busi-

offers far more hope for the con- of the Union Message, lights it up. At this point, most ness, but when he is so careless
Just this Tuesday ten more of the tinued enjoyment of the trees whichno I but all down the line, one of of the members present also with it that I might get "hit"
oaks were removed after being termeda the hottest political potatoes do the same. As they discussthe with a stray bullet, then this
one can deny contribute greatlyto today Is the matter of air pol- of air and
danger to residents by city officials.::! curse pollution Is my business.
the beauty and character of our "Remind m, to g 0'th... wlndihlvld wipers fixed someday." lution. Everybody seems to be puff on their cigarettes, the I am not condemning anyone.

city, than the systematic destruction against It, or at least that Is room is soon filled with smoke. I am just stating facts. If a
But we are told that a new step in what they say. The blame is Soon their begin to burn
which has gone on for too long. eyes person wants to smoke, then
the treatment of the venerable oaks being spread generously In almost because of the smoke and some he ought to be allowed to do

may be unfolding. City utilities Super- 11 11r' every direction, namely begin to cough and struggleto it. But when his rights and
intendent Oscar Davis has secured Many cities and towns, recognizingthe r'' automobiles, airplanes, factor- breathe as the room con- privileges begin to infringe on

from the city fathers permission to value of their trees, from the ies, etc. It is the general con- tinues to fill with cigarette my rights, some adjustment
standpoint of health and comfort, as = census of many people that smoke. About that time, the needs to be made. I believe that
spend $700 to preserve some trees = the "bad guys" are those listed
well as beauty, have long had programs air conditioning or heating unitin beginning right now, every public -
instead of cutting them down. above, and that the battle of the building goes into oper- building or accommodation
designed to rather than
preserve air pollution is so big, the ation with the fans pulling the where people must be brought
Arrangements were made Tuesdayto destroy. Trees are nature's "air conditioners little fellow on the street can't smoke from that room and send- close together should be

," cooling the atmosphere in do much about it. It Is a prob- ing it out through ducts into equipped with not only "Rest
top, trim and cut dead limbs from
summer and shade the lem for the politicians to work other room in the build-
offering against rI 1 I every Rooms", but also "Smoking
some 15 trees and paint over the oppressive heat. I out. However, I believe thereis ing. In a little while, the Rooms". Mhese could be

exposed areas to prevent water leakage an area of air pollution which "board" has polluted the air properly ventilated so that no

from causing rot from the inside.It 7 Mew,., affects people in general more in the entire building and damaged pollution would occur as the
As said before do not than
we quarrel does the exhaust from the the environment of every person pursues his knack for

will cost around $50 treeto with cutting a tree when it is deemed "Ct your wlndihlcld wlp.r, fixed." automobiles, or the airplane. other employee in the building. pleasure. People say, "don't
per doubtbut Tha Trovtltn Strvic This Is an area In which the Soon the meeting is adjournedand
necessary beyond a only as Softly inhale and it wont hurt you",
treat an oak in an effort to pre- man on the street can. and the "board" leaves the
a mattter of necessity. It is poor but how can you breathe under
serve it for the next 15 to 20 years. planning from to polluted building. As they reach these conditions and not inhale
According to the firm of tree sur- every standpoint, the outside they take a deep the smoke?

geons who will do the work here, cut down in a few minutes what has Farmers Diaryreports breath of fresh air. At this This could be one simple

it costs between $75 and $100 per taken decades to grow. point they would "walk a mile solution to air pollution.Rev. .
for Camel
a if need be, but
tree to saw down an oak and grindup The step taken Tuesday by city officials Although we had a clear week since they have them in their
of a cold front batt-
the stump. in the interest of preservingour end good for weather a change was, that preceded spellof ing around up north. It won't pocket light it up.they take one out and Merle L. Packham

trees is encouraging, in spiteof by still rain ( be long now before the Japanese have
Around eighty trees have been more with the result They polluted the air
the shock of seeing ten cut that quince will send out its pink- within HE WOULDN'T STOP
classified more according to Merrill now they begin to pollute -
as needing treatment
now-- down in two days time. McMillan, the surveyor the ish-red flowers and then maybe that which is without. As FOR A DOG
otherwise they will be dead within a countryside is wetter now than this rather cold winter will they part company they are

year or two. It after the end. The calendar backs us up heard to This bright Sunday morning
We was torrential rainsof say to each other,
realize that the city hasn't suf- on that, for it is only about
September 1968.Water stand- "We are just going to have to my wife, Margie, was out dust-
"I love. trees, but I like to keep ficient funds to treat all 80 trees Ing in ponds, bays and ditches two weeks until the traditional crack down hard on the air ing the front porch and, as

them healthy one of the tree immediately even though the tree sur- around the county is evidenceof planting time In February. polluters." One of the membersof usual. Gigi, our two-year old

told sur- geons offered to do the lot, all at onetime that statement the board spoke up at this dog was playfully tugging on
geons The Telegraph. for $40 each. By Sam McGarvey point and saId "There oughtto the mop. I was reading the
0 be a law against it." morning Donald
School Board and it has been paper was
We couldn't agree with him more, But indicated that the property will How many public buildings or watching the cartoons,and Vicki
and we applaud the decision Tuesday now the movement has been The land [is so boggy, in be sold highest So far this winter we have offices can you go into today had left to visit some friends.

by our city councilmen which led to started, we hope the City Council will fact, a resident predicts that This is toreal opportunitybi for not yet seen the many migra- and spend 15 minutes and not Then Randall came wander-

the 15 trees make funds available in each year's if we should get any very strong anyone to go governwinds tory birds that usually stop come out smelling like you ing by, going to the back yardto
being insteadof budget for the treatment and preser- at this time a large ment business intoto building in around our section. It could had just returned from an ride his bike.Unnoticed,GIgI

cut down. Our thanks also go to vation of a certain number of the oaks. number of trees would bo blown contains all the offices needed be. that like Art Schulz's cows, extended vacation in"Marlboro slipped past him into the yard.

Supt. Davis for proposing the treat- over. Meaning of course, that for sheriff, judge, tax assessor, they know more about weather Country" Practically every I glanced up to see the fluffy

ment instead of cutting. with the earth so soupy, a and collector, etc., and ever than out experts do, and that means of public transportationby little white animal gliding
We would go even further and suggest tree is more vulnerable to l high a jail thrown in for good mea- they are holding off before makIng which a person may travel across the lawn toward the road.

The tact that it is less expensiveto that trees can be planted as well as winds, because its root system sure. There would be,however, the trip up north again. today is so saturated with cigar- Then a nightmare unfolded. As
trim and cut down. would have a less firm grip the formality of getting elected ette, cigar, and pipe smoke that I called to Margie to get Glgi,
treat an oak than to cut on the land. to all those offices, so It seems you can hardly breathe. I'm not she turned to see a slow-mov-

likely the property will be used 5 0 too sure that there Is more ing car bearing down on the
0 for other air pollution going on inside little dog, who not knowing
N A Veto For HealthPresident purposes.Strawberry Now is the time to make the jet liner than on the out- that in this world nothing is

plantings have not 0 plans for the big Fair and side. At least, that Inside is to hinder man and his machine,
been damaged to any extent Strawberry Festival on April "right down where you live." was sitting on the right-of-way.
Nixon has vetoed the all this without the expenditure of by the freeze, according to a Speaking of our County Commission 14. John Myers of the Chamber Most restaurants are the same Ever so slowly this machineof

Health, Education, and Welfare Appro- inflationary billions is difficult to veteran planter, but are suffer it has been on top of of Commerce is the Fair way. One cannot enjoy his food 3,000 pounds kept moving
priations bill because Congress understand. ing now from too much water the bulkhead law changes and Manager and we're sure he many times due to the tobacco- toward this little five-pound

allocated more money than he re- in the ground. We were under is Informed on conditions as will give you any informationyou polluted air he has to breathe. animal. You couldn't believe

quested. lie did so on the grounds that How can we create this "fresh the impression that berries they exist in regard to lakes need on the big show. Take, for instance, Sam and he would drive into it, but
the bill would be thrive with lots of water, but in Bradford County. The Commission Joe, who shared the same room at the last second you knew the
inflationary. climate" Mr. Nixon so desires, when it seems, apparently, that there has a copy of the 5 in the hospital. Joe lay dyingof horrible truth.Before your eyes
he demands cutbacks that mean reductions can be "too much of a good proposed changes In legislation cancer. Sam was In the other could blink you saw the animal

Although we agree that inflationmust in chronic disease control, thing." Anyhow, the berry which is available for study. We think of tomatoes as a bed with a broken leg. Sam said mutilated and heard its skull

be halted if our economy is to survive rehabilitation, medical research and growers are hoping for clear, perishable which must be to himself. "I guess I will be crush.

cool weather,particularly clear crop laid up a while," but he I could almost
we find it difficult to understand as hear Margie's
why training, and health profession scholar- marketed quickly. But down in
skies lit
so that the ground will up a cigarette he mumbled heartstrings pull she
Mr. Nixon viewed the HEW bill as ship and loan funds? They directly dry out some. The flowers that bloom in the Miami a concern has perfecteda "Me and my Winston, we gota her precious GIgI mashed into saw

inflationary, while calling for larger affect desperately needed research in spring are in evidence at our can process be stored whereby and held tomatoes in a real good thing." He and his the hard pavement. This was

expenditures in some areas that do the field of our two greatest killers- 0 placeat least a reckless near-absence of for a Winston's "thing" was to pol- the pet she had raised from

not seem quite so important.In cancer and heart disease-- work with daffodil has emerged In flowerand long period, and oxygen then put on lute the air In the room so the time it could lay in the palmof
The old courthouse has been that in a few minutes her
when Joe hand.
is waving about in a chill It followed her
retarded the market when market
the mentally hospital con- conditions -
given. by the County to the wind without regard for theffffffff&ffftfxv. right. is drawing his last breath this i about the house on her daily
struction, the education of new doctors __ are side of eternity, he can only 'chores and became a part of
his State of the Union message and nurses, and research in many m breathe polluted air. I her life.

last week, Mr. Nixon called on the other fields. ,' :::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::.:.:.:::.: :;:::::;:*::: : :::::: :;:::::: : : : The church building is about This brave man who could

nation to create "a fresh climatein jI. 1FARM AND RANCH BRADFORDFORESTRY the only place.., a person can drive a large machine overa

America" so that by its 200th What good will the "fresh climatein '. ,;'. escape this pollution today, and bear helpless creature couldn't
then not stop and see the
,Y altogether. We haveto misery
anniversary, just six years from now, America" do those whose lives k',. .' By George T. Hugging I wear clothes to church that and suffering he had wrought

the problems of hunger, income, hous- will be taken by these diseases in By Alan Tarleton have been dry cleaned In an this bright, warm Sunday morn

ing, transportation, crime, and the next six years, and who might .I COUNTY AGENT establishment where the air ing. It would probably have

environment will be moving toward have been saved if adequate funds for >" Agricultural Extension Service Thursday, J.H. Wainwright is polluted with cigarette smoketo been more than he could bear

solution. Just how he will accomplish medical research had been continued? r' .-.. :-::.:.::.::.:::.:.:::.:.::-:-::.::.::...::.::.:::.;:.;_:.;...:.;..:..;-..:.;..:..:...:..:....:..;....;.:_..:..-;...;..;....:...:..:....................................................'. and Titus Olson were talking such a degree that the clothes off But he then again, as he sped
over prescribed burning. Titusis smell like they had been "Hue might have muttered,

Winter, according to the cal- ed by our Florida Experiment going to burn off a pastureand cured". Then toward the end of "I wouldn't stop for a dog."

.Students DC) Your Part! endar, Is not over. Winter like Stations. All I will say now Mr. Wainwright is goingto the sermon the preacher sees M. D. Reddish

January 8th, 9th,and 10th cannotbe is that Florida 200A/ remains control burn some pine land
: '
Nowhere will you find a scrappier much worse. Probably the among the best.PECAN near the Starke Country Club. : -, ..- '", .

basketball team than our Bradford Tornado cagers go to Bolles this only persons happy were fuel What is the purpose of con- i it's a woman's
Friday and return home next Tuesday oil and LPG dealers. Those of trolled burning Titus Is burn-
High Tornadoes. On a given night they for with us depending on these dealers ing to remove a heavy matted r
a Orange Park. Both
can beat anybody they face as they are important conference In were sure happy that their tanks season is over. Pecan down cover of grass so that .JtfJfff! D[b
proved Tuesday night by downing games. did not run dry. Some of us will pie eating is not as popularas new growth can occur. J.R.
fact BUS basketballers
Palatka 62-55 to win a very important can't afford be reminded of these days when during the harvest is burning his pine land to
to lose another conference take second look at our season.
we a
game and reduce the litter and to encourage -
Florida Star Conference game. stand a good chance of being in con- cancelled check made to the When, other pecans nuts are not like as walnuts plentiful grass to grow; to By Martha Sue McCain
plumber. Here again we should In other words.
tention for the title. and w County Extension
almonds will be
substituted. hesubject '
But, Bradford High students, you'renot appreciate these services at I saw some figures of proper con- Home Economics Agent
doing your part to support them. a time when working conditionsare recently that give us an'lndl- ditions also came up. Bestcon- I
They also must again meet
tough the most difficult. -
ditions for controlled burningare
Just a scattered few saw the game cation to
as why
more peopleare
Palatka and Live Oak, both in road I am trying to say that we as follows: (1)) a steady, weight with a new Leno weavo
Tuesday, one of the best Tornado on reducing diets. BeforeI
have had enough winter cold LOOK FOR KNITS
unchanging wind from 8 to 10 This
waffle type
games. born the a weave.
performances this season. and rain and that the time is annual per cap miles an hour ((2) Relative IN MEN'S WEAR theaM"
ita consumption of all these ; type of construction traps
near for us to think about buying %/ These Tailored knits for men
humidity above 50 con- are
There have lightweight
nuts you a
Come on, students, TURN ON! Let'sshow was 0.7 of one pound.
Another case in point was the seeds for Spring crops. An all time high was reached ditions usually occur followinga being widely acclaimed! becauseof blanket that does a goodjob
our team we're behind them, There are two very important cold front. their sophl&lcated elegance,
nip and tuck Live Oak game here during 1968 when it exceeded of Insulating. Thirdly is the
win or lose.There's items to consider in selecting If in doubt about conditionsfor comfort, ease of care, and
Jan. 9 which the Tornadoes lost 66-62. seeds. 1.8 pounds per year per person promise of acrylics! that have
your burning or method of burn- packabUlty.: On the market .
Live Oak fans numbered just long wearing launderobllltyplus
manyas 1.
a large
nothing more exciting thana Ing to use, contact the Divisionof scene are tailored knitted suits, feather lightness. Theyyare
BUS mustered that determines the
night. way perfor- Forestry at 964-5436, or sports coats slacks and
good basketball Our present light, warm, long-wearing!
mance of the plant as to yield, County Forester at rainwear.
team hays that same Fighting Tornado disease resistance your don't change shape, and. ': are
maturityand ;
Those BUS students present did their TAXES! 9646554. :Men are saying they are the
to launder. The
only pro-
spirit for which Bradford teams are other characteristics.Certified We are proud that we have easy
share of yelling and team most comfortable suit they
gave our seed is your guarantee of had Jimmy Moore blem Is one of static electricityand
traditionally famous. enough requests for the '
But if had have ever worn. Why? Because,
strong support. the gym variety.; 1970 edition of this Is lessened with the
our "Fanners 1
been packed with loyal Bradford fans 2. TIlE QUALITY of the seed Named To BCD they stretch an J give with body use of a fabric softener In
Our Tornadoes battle Tax Guide" that it was neces- movements. They have excelfe
it might have made a four point differ- all the way determines to a large extent sary to order additional laundering. Fourthly, a bind
ence. every game. Can you do less, students? whether you will have a goodor ply. This publication is written sup James T. (Jimmy) Moore ent wrinkle resistance and re. that Is guaranteed color perm

poor stand and an introduction by the Internal Revenue j Starke businessman has been cover). anent. A faie-proof:! binding' in

of weeds and diseases some- Service and designed for the Appointed to a four-year term, The apparel Industry recognized nylon or acetate can now be
the Bradford Development that these knits would
on County
times carried with seed. When farmer. If you have not asked found on blankets.
I you purchase see, look at the for it yet we think you might Authority, replacing need to be different from the SOUR CREAM POUND CAKE

The Bradford County .-- tag and pay attention to these like to look through one. Along Clyde B. Terwlllegar, Jr., knits that women wear. So. The other day Fredda GrlfUs -

TELEGRAPH Il. and other important factors. with this, and if you want to whose term expired. new techniques for producing In the ASPS Office! broughta

.: keep a better record for 1970, The appointment was mado ,knIts was developed and new delicious cake for us to sample
FIELD CORNwe last Friday ,by Gov. Claude fabrics designed and styled
have [
we a "Farmers Record ; with our coffee. We all en-
ESTABLISHED 1879 y are beginning to have Book" that is mighty good. (specifically' for men. joyed It very much and she

r.4. questions about any new varieties The top choice has been a was good enough to share with
of field corn that mightbe Kirk.My polyester and worsted wool. The
..., Neighbors us the recipe. I think you will]
ffh Bib I. on the market. Com variety; PESTICIDES poyeste1gives the durable like It too.

MCMICft God is not a God of confu tests are run at five different There is no indication that crease an1! stabilization of the 3
-" flour 3 I
cups ,
.. 1--J;.' cups sugar,
locations I ( iA
FLORI A ESS lion but of peace.-I( Cor. over the state-- the pesticide program is chang- .;:1 '11f"t" knit to prevent bagging. The cup butter, 5 or 6 eggs V*I pint
Gainesville, Live Oak, Jay Ri. \ .:".1r
in of adds desirable
14:33): ). ing favor agriculture or 'r ./ .''''''.' .3.l < worsted weight eour cream. 1-4 teaspoon soda,
Quincy, and Marianna. New varieties the farmer. If you keep insects. '. / "" 'f :.' '-':..,\ and gives a wool-like hand. The 2 teaspoons vanilla
A S 1T N What a joy it is to realize released by seed off your strawberries "live :J y. : :_-: two team up to provide wrinkle cans. 1 cup pe

\ that we can condition ourselvesto companies and other exper- stock, leafy vegetables, and "I.& ir-jdVt"-=::Ti r--. recovery.At Bake at 325 degrees for Itt
/ act and react with the poisewe iment stations are In tests with <
some other crops, you will ;; :1 the present time about 15 hours.
so much desire to express. any of our varieties that have need a permit to purchase the ,. ;.: per mat stretch Is built In. In

Never again need we give in to been used for several years. Insecticides most effective against .. ....Il. both directions. Most manufacturers -

E. L. MAlTIJKWs. Editor-Publisher petty Irritations ; never again Twenty; or more varieties will certain Insects. These __:-e"There's .. "::: ; feel that more would
Published earn be in these tests. permits are issued from Talla- --= looee January 1, 1913:-The U.S.
Thursday and entered as Second need we speak too quickly, act give a too feeling. Parcel
dill Matter at the Pust Office at Starke. Florida too hastily. Let us be patient Your seed dealer will usually hassee. Applications made for permits l \SHOPPING FOR BLANKETS 4 eration. System started op
under encounters and have the most outstanding varieties are through our There are many Improvements -
Act of
March 3rd, 1879. in our daily
office. You should not wait W'Itll ; .
in today's blankets. FIrstIs
Subscription In trade area 1 rely on prayer and the Christ for your area. If you
: year $3.04; Outside Just a few days before you
shrlng-reslstant wool blan
information about
want a a
par- January
trade area: 1 ;year, $3.50 spirit of peace and love to need a restricted pesticide to ... toss U93-Columbus
ticular variety, we have tha' .. ket. You can It in the swa.sher for
make application for this Spain on his
assist: us. per- return
information if It Is recommend and It no longer "felt.a'.v?
mit. no hot voyage from the
water: new world.
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CHURCH Gn ce United ACTIVITY Methodist: Sun- UkL
day School 9:45, Worship ser- ULLi r
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.,
MYF 6 P.m.
First Baptist: Sunday School
9:45 a.m., Worship services lWiY
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Tw
Union 6:30 p.m., Midweek ser-
vices Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
Church of God: Sunday School i
10 a.m.. Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30p.m.,YPE Thurs-
day 7:30: p.m.Highland .
Baptist Sunday
School 9:45 a.m.. Worship ser- FOOD STOV.S FOOD
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Choir STOatS
practice 6 p.m. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday 7 p.m. S
On Monday of last week Rev. WEEKLY SPECIALS e S 0 e S & H GREEN STAMPS
and Mrs. Don Denton and Mrs.
Eugene Starling accompanied
12 members of the MYF to a Prices Good All Week Jan. 29 Feb. 4 FLORIDA GRADE "A" FRESH
Sub-District meeting at Plea- f,
sant Grove Methodist in Lake (. : W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE N.Y. STRIP
The WSCS met at the Churchon \ FRYERPARTS
Tuesday evening of last week \ ,...
with 12 present. Next meetingwill
be Tuesday, Feb. 3 at 7:30 STEAMluVD

p.m.MYF Council meeting was ROAST'\ 1 i iS

held at Mirror Lake Sunday ,.
afternoon. Attending were Dean .:-
Norman and Dale Trailor, Ran- \5-. :-. --'. !
dy Gasklns, Ricky and Debbie "\ fly: ..J-J.j'I:
Starling, Lamar Priest and J'.J. JJ-J.J.J.J.J 19
Debbie Joe Napier. They were _
accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. ,
Don Denton and Mrs. Eugene
Starling. .> Breast W/Ribs/ OOOMMMIMT(UAIIiaty
Friday evening a showerwas
given in honor of Gail Ul, S. CHOICE)J .> Drumsticks
Prevatt, whose wedding was an I

The event hostesses of Monday were, Jan.Mrs.26. 8 Backs lb. 15c 59 ,

George L. Shuford, Mrs.Elmer
Higginbotham: and Miss Nell BOB WHITE REGULAR SLI. +
Kirkland at the home of Mrs.
Lois Carter. Following several LB. Bacon LB.79c LB.
games the lovely gifts were LB.
presented to the honoree. Cake
and coffee were served to 25
guests. r


ing Zack family her on party grandson his on 9th Saturday birthday JohnSonny(honor-anni) Chuck Steak LS68c Patties 20P:KG.. $1" Biscuits .6 ss 59c Sh'ld. Steak IB98c


cream were served to approxi- Calif. Steak LB.78c Cheese 7.o' 59C Cheese lB.89c Gr. Chuck 'I LB $199USDA
mately occasion.15 who enjbyed the -: . PKG


John last Miss week Myrick Elizabeth with in Mr.Tallahassee.Terry and spent Mrs. Sh'ld. Roast. LB.88C Cheese '-r'. 69C Cheese :PKG.39c: Gr. Beef .3 -LB $169

Mr. and Mrs. L. Songhurst
of Myersol Ontario, Canada s
were recent visitors of Mr.
Mrs. Clifton Smith and Mrs.
L.S. Tanner visited :\Iirs.Henry CALIFORNIAiTomatoesl
Bennett at Cheshire Retirement
Home, 2165 River Blvd., Jack-
Miss Priscilla Tanner and a
friend. Miss Marie DuDuesnay -
both of Tampa were
weekend visitors of Mr. and
:Mrs. L.S. Tanner.
:Mrs. Ovid Futch of Tampawas limit 1 With $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.

visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed May and family
over the weekend.
Mrs. G.L. Sapp visited her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Troy Ben- BLUE
nett, at the home of her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and WHITE
:Mrs. Glenn Williamson,in Mac- 9 9 GIANT FABDetergent COLD WATER
clenny last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs.Truman Norman
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 100-CT.
in Lake City
Reggie Norman PKG. NO. 303
last week. GIANT
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stein- BOX 39 GIANT CANS
houser and Mr. and Mrs. O.J BOX
Leit of Jacksonville visited Mr.
and Mrs. O.J. Anders duringthe

the weekend son of Jacksonville with Mr. and spent Mrs. Mayonnaise.JAR 39 Peaches .3 ty $100 1 Beans. 5 NO CANS 303 $ | Inst. Coffee A 99cDIXIE

R.L. Bradley. Mr. and Mrs.
sonville, were Sunday visitors.Mr. 46'01. NO. 303 $100 NO 303CANS
Bread LOAF 29c Juice $100 Pears 19c
and Mrs. T.V. Duck Mr. . . CANS . CANS I .
and Mrs. Chuck Major Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Duck, and
Cindy Duck were Sunday dinner Rice 3 BAG 39c 3 1501. $100 8 10'12'01. $100 4 NO Ns' 89c
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.E. . I I . CANS Soup CANS Sausage .
Nolan and in Jackson-

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I 41f I of Jan. 23.Jacksonville at the Florida, idled Friday State 24 Macclenny Mrs. Cordle died Saturday Grlffls. 76.Jan.of itl &fI ,iiJi UA@i TmCtJ. rt ( '!fJii>ilJCif' {l1' tIlIlt., 1t{ 1l .9, 3 .

after> an extended illness. ,
Prison hospital where he was .. ." ,. ., . ..,..,, "." "' '., ,t'
employed as a medical technician > She was a native!. of Bradford ':', .' .,:" :;

for the past eight years County an-3 had lived in! Baker ::: "y.
County for several years.\ She :: :=
He was born in Wichita Kan. ':'.' -
was" a member ef the Pine :::;; ,
and retired from the U. S. ,
Grove Methodist Church In Un- .
Navy In 1961 after 23 years

e He Is survived' by hi* wife, Surviving are a niece with EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.. m.; Sunday School. Jn.: Mornlot Sunday School. 9:45: a.. m. :
whom she had wade her home Morning Worship and Communion 11 m. Evening Morning Worship! 11 a. m.Youth, :
three sons, his parents and six LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway..._12& NscflWeJt\ 2( Worship a. ;
grandchildren. for several years Mrs. Lois 1404 E. Bessent :Road' Lawtey. Sunday School. lOa..m.,: Service. 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship\ 6 p. m. Choir Practice -'

Funeral services were :heldat Lauramore. Macclennv; three Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun services. 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.

11 a.m. Monday In Silver stepsons Raleigh) Gr'ffls.! West 1404 East Bessent BIll.SUndayPriesthood. day Night Service, 6:30.--Rev. Worship service 7 -Rsv. J. C. Saunders pastOIAlORGAN -. Rev. Robert D. Burchi

Glynn Baptist Church, Jack-: Palm Beach; Lo-8nssa Griff's R. L. Bennett pastor. p. m. Minister Jack P, Bell.
Raiford and 8:30: a.m. ROM CHAPEL;
; Ell-!ry Grlffis.
sonville. Interment was In GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Birch Society Lake Butler: six stepdaughters. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- Sunday 9:45: a. m. Sunday
Oreenlawn Cemetery with, De- LEVEL BAPTIST Highway 100-A
:Mrs. Annie Overstreet. Starke: ment 6 p.m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. Morning
Speaker To Be Witt C. Jones Funeral Home m School 10 m. Morning -
Mrs. Oni. Mae Yarbrough. : MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Sunday a. CHURCH Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sundaj School. 10 am. Morning -
Heard HereRev. UN ''TrJ7ed: >fJTJ 'PD"IIW 'IUW ':Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m. Worship. 11 *. m. Pre-Ber- Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora* Union, 7:00: p m. Evening Wor- Worship. 11. Training Union

Zajecor--Hallstead Hushed Delia KiPkla. and' Mr. Vivian Wednesday Relief Society vices (Booster Band Young tug Worship at 11. Evening! ahlp. 7 p.m. Evening Worship.
; Dinkla. nil of Jacksonville. F:30: p.m.JORDAN. People, and Prayer Service). 6 Wednesday-7:3U::: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
Francis E. Fenton a Were The Hllls--McWhlrter; Evening Worship. 7 p. m.Midweek Worship, 7. James Sbav.
p. m. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
member of the National Coun- Phoenix And The Mirror--Da- Servlcs ware held at 11 a.m. Wednesday Pastor. 8pm. Rev. Don Dnuvdy.

ell 01 The John Birch Society: vidson; Trixle--Craves; The Mon'':'av in Pine,. Grove Methodist MISSIONARY 7:30: m.Service.E. R. Bowers. D. D.. nlgfct-1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor, .
will discuss the crisis In education Bamboo Bed--Eastlake; The Church n ir RalforJ, In BAPTIST MISSIONU. p. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
; brought on by recent directives Dakota Project--Beeching; The Union Caunty'' with Rev. MajcleWllkerson B. 301 North behind Tag pastor. BROOKER. FLA. Airpark Baptist Church RTNGStEY; LAKE. BAPTIST

of the U. s. Supreme Jade Piccolo--Shipley; The and Rev B. L. Hum tee Frees Drive to. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School. ':4S a.m.; Morn. Sunday School 9:30: : Training

Court when he speaks here Feb- Trouble With Lichen--Harris; phreys officiating Interment School: 10 a.m. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron lug WonhJp; 11:00 ..m.: Evening Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning

ruary 18. Girls At Play--Theroux; The was In the church cemetery. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer (Highway 100 at Theressa.) Bristol. Superintendent.: Training Worship 7:00 p.m.; Wed. :Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
As nrpvlmislv announced.''. Rag Dolls--Cooner; The Night Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m. Union 6:45: p.m. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ;
Rev.. Fenton's; main topic will Of The Comet:-Telfer; Love -Leroy Olive pastor: E. L.OrittU. Morning XVorsMp-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship 7:00 p.m. Study on Book ol 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting
Services Held Services, 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Psalms. C. 7:30: W.ednesda'y.1
be "The John Birch Society! And Work--Price. associate. pastor. Training Union-6.30p.m.: J. Sheffield, pastor*
Outlaw, music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West!
The Myth and The Reality," a For Mrs. BardinAt Evening WOl'sl1ip.-7:15: p. m.
frank discussion of the pro- ADULT NON-FICTION DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH. Wednesday Nirht Prayer Services BAPTIST

grams and purposes of the Arthur Miller Corrigan; New RiverMrs. BROOKER -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST'
Society. How To Control The Military Sunday School. 10 ajn. Worship Packham, pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -

The meeting will be held at Galbraith; Marriage Is For Vera Sap) Bardin, 79. Services. 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Morning Worship 11. Training Sunday Service: Sunday Worship 11 a. m. Training
Grownups--Bird- Old Glass-- widow of Robert! Bar'ln ,-?led Training Union. 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Warship 7 Evening Worship
p.m.- Union. p. m.
8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, at Wilkinson GKAHA.M BAPTIST CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening' Service 10:41. Evening Service
The Glass House-- : 11 m.
; Saturday' Jan. 24, in Pahokee Rev. Lacy pastor. 8 m. Wednesday :night service -
Conway Service p.
the Starke Golf & Country Seager The Zakhov Mission Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning 7:30.: Midweek Prayer 0:30: p. m. Midweek Service
; where she had lived ince T:30 m. Everyone welcome -
1927.A : p.
Club. Don( Champion a local Guliashki; Furniture Making-- Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. 7:30.: Wedlle":! Y. 7:15: p. m.
leader of the Society announces Collischon; Art With Children native 'cl New. River s1-* CHURCH OF GOD m.-- Rev Fred Johns, pastor. Rev, L. Tommy Howe, Pastor Charles Reese, minister -L. L. Parker, pastor

that tickets for this! engage- Plaskow; History Of Germany 'was the dAuphto! of the late 422 N.- St. Clair St., Starke. f.-*** *- ******. ...
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Ben J. and
ment are available at $1 In Since 1789--Mann: The Best Susan Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship - - ---
Advance, or $1.50 at the door She !was a member of 11 and
Short Plays 0969)-Richards; Services a. in. 7:30: p.
the night of the speech. Ad- The Globe Restored--(Hodges; the Christian Clnirch.: m. Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30:
vance tickets may be obtained The Collapse Of The Third ,iS'irvlv'T" s'M.*'+ -''T'lS' Van Kidd.
p.m.-Rsv Y. W. pastor.
from Champion.In Republic--S hirer. !Bardin of Waycross, Ga. and It is fun to (jet out an.II'oml) with our children, to f share in their

discussing the current Benjamin: (Pete) Bar..In ol FIRST ASSK.V1ULV OF GOD joy. Sometime! it Is even work to pull them on u sled. Afterward*
crisis adult reference Lou'sana; two -daughters Mrs. \
In education Rev. Fen- OF STARKE ) be tired and bone and muscles ache, but think fondly
Paul Sasser and Ronald I you may you
ton said: "The John Birch Soc- Flowers And Plants--Hay; Mrs. West Weldon St. and Rallord I
iety has contended ever since The Pursuit Of PoetryUnterMeyer Dempsey. both ,of Pahokse; one Road / of the laughter, and squeals of delight! and the love that shine in achild's

its beginning In 1958 that the ; Birthright of Man--U- brother. Ethan Sapp. New River Sunday School: 10.00: a. m. !ILl: eje*. Then you think it's all worth the effort, for theOI1't
nited Nations. ; a sister Mrs. Banle Mott.
greatest threat to the American 11:00: a. m. Moaning Worship;
people was tyranny by their Brooker; and eight grandchil 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. :
own government. Many Amer- JUVENILE NON-FICTION dren. m. Evangelistic Services
Baseball's Most Colorful J/ They won't he fm'p\'I'I'lIn/1 the time that they need
icans Funeral services were held Mid 14 young a
are now beginning to see Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. ,
what we mean. Hopefully Managers -- Robinson; Lost at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the week Prayer Meeting. / r J'&J.(. pull in the direction toward God. Now is the time that you ('lInll'lIIl

many will take a better look at Wild America-McClung; Haym graveside!.! In Ben Sapp Cemetery Pastor: Lester F Rictmidso'n.\ > ( i
What we say." Salomon Son Of Liberty--Fast; New River, with Charles / endahmvinthejoys( oftheirworship. Take jour rhildrento'hurch i

Pattern For A Heroine-- Reese minister of the Starke
Rev. Fenton a Catholic SMYRNA AUSSIONAKr .
priest for more than 20 years Gratz; Michael Faraday and First Christian Church officIa- BAPTIST CHURCH t t I
The The Mil-
studied at St. Thomas Seminaryand Trailblazer-; ting DeWitt C. Jones Funeral t>33 W. Pratt: St. Sunday serleas The Church is God's appointed agency in
ky Way--Branley
later received a Master's Pitrone; The Respiratory; Sys- Home was In charge of ar- / : Sunday. School, 10 a. m I this world for spreading the knowledge of

Degree In Philosophy! and an tem--Silverstcin; Let's Look rangements.A Preaching- 11 u. m. Training f)I t{ His love for man and of His demand for
STL Decree In Theology from Jnlvji. 3.43: p. m. Etculng Woe-
At that love hisyrt
Flowers--Iluntington; Ben- t;' IJf man to respond to by loving
Catholic University. He is one jamin Disrael Grant Land & hip 7 p. m. Everyone welcome 101
; ; i' neighbor. Without this grounding in the
of the earliest members of the People Of Morocco--Martin MESSAGE FROM LONNIE -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor @ r J. f
; .' cl love of God,
t r no government or society or
Birch Soc ty and has My family and I
: servedon Festivals For You To Cele- want to
Its National Council for brate--Purdy; Songs The Sand- thank you .all a very much for CHCRCII.: STARKE EPISCOPAL \'10:(l way of life will long persevere nnd the
more than five : helping to make Ttr freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably
years man Sings--Reed; Chinese & recovery pos Sunday Services:
a!ble. Without perish Therefore, even from a
Oriental Art-- Batterberry prayers and .
; b.3D:: a m, Holy EucharUt.3n .
.. What It Feels Like To Be A blood donations I couldn't have : / a. ni. Church School selfish point of view one should support

NEW BOOKS Building--Wilson; ExploingThe made it; and the visits! caris:!' 10;ao m Family:! Service the Church for the sake of the welfare of

Weather (Rev.--Gallant) and gifts were most helpful (Hv'y E.1.....h.1 it .r.d 3rd himself and his family. Beyond that, however

AT THE LIBRARY JUVENILE FICTION nle Woodburn. and Sundays: ). ''
Waterless Mountain Armer ; Cq participate in the Church became it tells
,,, Valley Of The Hawk--Loomis;; CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS the truth about man's life, death and

ADULT FICTION Pancho--Williams; Twin Spell- POSTED SIGNS: Treated to CHURCH : destiny; the truth which alone will set him

Lost Queen-- Lofts; The Lum; False Start--Robin; The withstand weather. 20o each Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ei; free to live as a child of' God.

Sword Swallower--GoulartThe; Dong With A Luminous Nose-- 92.25 doz. Special price on larger Worship Service, 11 a.m. Ea

Last Doorbell -- Harrington; Lear; The Wlnnder--Ring. quantities. Bradford County Evening Service! : 7 p.m 4

Nightfall And Other Stories .:Telegraph.! tf Friday Night Cottage Prayer '

Asimov; Child's Play--Christie Meeting \\N11il
A Cord From Morocco-- ADDING MACHINES: Man. Thursday Night Prayer
; Loud voice on the bus' : "Hi
Shaw; Here Before Kilroy-- thinks he's thc ash or electric. For sale or MeennB in church. 7:30: p.m.
so important
Walton; To Live AgainSilverberg rent. Add. subtract credit bal. Youth Service, Tuesday night
census-taker should count humtwice.
; Backward To The Front ." ance. -Bradford County Tele- 7:30: I f. .

Of The Day--Robson; Missiles graph. p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor f'r


I GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir Opportunities' for service:

Sunday School: 9:45: : Morning r

Worship. II; Youth Choir Practice -

4:30: : Youth Fellowship
Conditioning-Heating I ELECTRIC MOTORS
MATERNITY WEAR Supper. 5:45: ; Training Union

6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; cog. .n to+
Evening Worship 7:30.:
Heating By
Tuesday: -Prayer Group 9:30:
General Electric : Motor Repair Co. Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Rust's Sheet Metal Inc. Tops Bermudas -Bathing Suits RA GA. SUn- ,

Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. I Of Gainesville. Inc. I EXPECTANTLYYOURS !beams, 6:30: : Prayer Meeting! i i iI I

Tel. 376-8282 Repairing Rewinding 1:30: ; Church Choir Practice, STARKE BUILDERS
I New and Used 8:30.: BRADFORD

AUTO SALES ZS16 N. W. t6th Ph. 3724318 INC. -Denton .&Jmra to. pastor. SUPPLIES Inc.
Featuring Ace Hardware
STARKE Better Service For Your
OLDSMOBILE Equipment WEAR Sunday Church School. Official Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies!

SALES SERVICE I 9:43: ; Morning Worship! at 11. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods

Floe Taken Selection On Cadillac of Used Trades Can Santa Fe Tractor, STAG 'N DRAG Holy Communion; MYP meet- BULOVA WATCHES "Check With Us First"

Ings and for Abstracts
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Griffin Salts special program 42 W. Call St. Starke
FORD Churchwlde
i Mission! Study 219 Washington St. 964.5270
Farm Tractors U Implements Arrow Shirts Flonheba ShoeS : Title Insurance
Motors I Phone 964.7064STARKE
Barkley Inc.TOYOTA
USED EQUIPMENT Formal Rental -GIrl Scouts 3:15.:

I SALES PART SERVICE ; e Ladles Sportswear Tuesday WSCS Executive 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881

i i 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Committee 9:30: : WSCS General "66"SERVICE .

4 wheel drive and cars GARDEN SUPPLIES and GAINESVILLE MALL Business Meeting, 10; Brown
Sales Parts Service i MOBILE HOMES tee 3:15.: FAULKNERGULF

Clean Used Toyotas We'nesdBY'Children's; Choir

1700 N. Main 376-1266 I Johnson & Faris, Inc. Rehearsal 3:30: ; Library open Bill Edwards Ph. 9 4-72Jl SERVICEAND

MUSTANG until 5 p.m.: Prayer Meetingand

VARHEYLLincoln SEEDS PLANTS Bible Study, Book of Job. Tire TruliueHeadlight v /

Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Mobile Homes, Inc. Thursday! -Girl Scouts 3:15: Adjusting .

Mercury Youth Choir Rehearsal. 7: Brake Service U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
2201 N. Main Gainesville We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders Chancel Choir Rehearsal. 7:30.: 1 'VM

372-4251 221 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 OalncivlUe's Discouit Mobile Saturday Confirmation Wheel Balance and -_--.. C:.) Trailer
Home Sales Lot. Class. 10 a.m. Alignment
1 : : Home Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
i.1..miIm Or GLASS; NEW MOON CAPELLA -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. Complete Lubrication


Mercury-Cougar-Continental LIDDELL Monthly Payments
Mark III-Engloh Ford 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1344 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AH Minor Repair 1011 N. Temple Avenue
STARKE Hlway 301 and 100
Cleanest Used Cars Available Glass 617 N. Temple Are. Starke PHONE 964-5899
:: Sunday Feb. Brotherhood

Auto Sale' and Service Meeting and Breakfast, 7:30: : *10 S. Temple Starke
.- For Every Purpose"Store Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning
SHERMETAAUTO Fronts-Mirrors Worship at 11; sermon "Christ BRADFORD COUNTY

IMPORTS Tub Enclosures--Showers PlANO -* ORGANS and CreaKon.! Church Council TELEGRAPHOFFICE FLORIDA
Furniture Tops Glass Replaced CMOKl Or TM AITUTV meets 5:15: ; Training Union

8:15: ; Evening Worship! 7:30: :
yohamMUSL l Sermon, "The Basis for and EDWARDSGrocery
VOLVO MG Meaning of Baptism." TYPEWRITERS
1228 So. Main Gainesville Monday Deacons Meeting and Market ONTROL

TRIUMPH FIAT 372-8191! : 1102 O'vllle Shopping Ctr. 372-535 Youth Choir Practice 7 p.m.TuesdayWMS ADDING MACHINES

ROVER HEARING AID Council Meet- Groceries Meats Feed ACOMKAt CO.
Ing. 10:30: : WMS program
gains! uEQQe Q 9(ealtft1JtAld Luncheon 12 noon; WMS business to $621, Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

506 E. University Gainesville 0 long, Distance Moving meeting! 12:30: ; Junior of paper work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU.
372-4373 Co. Phone 9645745 for FREE
Storage Packing Choir Children's Choir. 3:15: ; LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South Stark
Beauty Academy Crating Shipping and Sunbeams 4:15.: .. Inspections and Estimates
Hearing Tests Wednesday Weekday Bible! PAYROLL ENVELOPES PHONE 964-5312
Free Estimates CaUHILL'S
(_Batteries'Accessories CUss 10 a.m. Family Night
Supper 6 p.m. Prayer Service
Beauty AcademyLearn I Repair Service RA mating 6:30: : Teachers CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc.

a Profession in Your I Custom Fitted Hearing Aids Van Service, Inc. and Church Officers Choir Practice Meeting.8:15.: 7:15: ; Owned ayjinose We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better j

Spare Time. Full or Part Time 106 E. University ThursdayVisitation.. 7 p.m. Electrically"-Keystone Height Phone 473-4911
Ave Gainesville 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. O'vUle W. *-
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766: 376-0095: i 372-4271 Hogan pastor .. --

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I I Lake Region Citizens-Committee Me Geneva Youth# Loses Life I

P. O. Drawer BLake

f KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Bradford County Geneva TelegraphMr. Florida 32660 ]In Auto Accident Near, (Gajne i vi. l

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- - -------- -- - - -- -. . Mathews, Editor Kenneth Mitchell, 18. of Lake The accident report said the

Starke, Florida ;32091 Geneva, was fatally Injured car skidded:: 90 feet before striking
I about 2 am Saturday In an the pole.
i Keystone i i Trenton Trims Dear Gene: accident near Hatchet Creek Hall was born toil Palatka on

bridge on State Read 26, Jive Oct. 11. 1951, and was a member
Hi/itesl I do want to take moment to write and thank
: By JIM a miles east of Gainesville. of Grace Baptist Church.

: Please Phone in Your you for the excellent coverage in your paper of According to State Troopers, Surviving: are his parents,

: Keystone 86-56 January 23 concerning our efforts to clear up who investigated the accident, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hall of

.d the "muddy waters" with proper legislation on the car driven by Hall went Lake Geneva: two stlttou. Ml/

.. 1?"' '- '" ,. the lakes of Florida. We especially appl'eciate out of control on a curve, hita Darlene Hall. Lake Geneva.
iWr. 'r ., their 10th in 11 utility pole, and: turned over. and Mrs. Marian Thompson
victory games your editorial, which is just superb. Perhapsthis Oalnjsvlllc
; five brothers
"" Heavy the ,
foe was reported in
Calvin"Tfonbry) was an 86-56 rout over the Indians. editorial will awaken of the few lake-
some area at the time! and troopers James Hall, Maxville; Wayne\
R'OT RY CLUB 'unstoppable Friday night the Trenton is thus tied with front owners who have not joined in this effortto said the tires on Hall's car Hall with the U. S. Army in
yt 4I Keystone Indians sadly learned Greenville for the Suwannee clear up problems which they each and every were "real bad." California; Bcyd Hall Lake

i Valley Conference lead. one have. Most of the owners have come forth The youth who had been employed Geneva: Lamar Hill! Gainesville
0 I The Trenton forward scored And Bembry made it easy, at Kim's Service Station : and Leon Hall of Cailfor.via .
with their aid and assistance in buta
+. 30 points -his most productive despite 36 points from many ways, In Keystone Heights since last : and his grandparents Mr.
Q night of the season Keystone's 6-foot-S Sandy few have not seen fit to join with us. We have summer, was picked up by1' an and Mrs. A. W. Brown of ,

as the Tigers raced to Grayson. "It was easily I even had monetary and other valuable assistance ambulance, ..but pronounceld Starke.

Calvin's best game," said from not only non-lakefront owners, but also dead: on arrival at the Gainesville Funeral services were heW

Trenton coach Fred Reinartz. some who own on private lakes and feel this Medical Center. His coin at 2 p.m. Tuesday Hope Baptist .

.' ,' Services Held Bembry had 14 rebounds, also. fight is also theirs. panlon. Gary Walter YOho, 18, Church. Theresa with

: And it may have been a I also would mention to you the fact that of Keystone Heights was treat. Rev Merlei Packham officia

For Gus AldermanOf little frustrating i torKeystone's your personal efforts by consulting with Surveyor ed for lacerations at the University church tins Interment cemetery! was wth in DeWittC. the
Hospital and later re
1 / 'l MelroseGus Grayson. the McMillan of your town in "digging" up leased. Jones Funeral Home la
only "guy who shoots for the first concrete information, the Supreme charge of arrangements.

Alderman, 80, of Melrose, them, Rein rtz said, "To- Court case of Jeffories Vs. East Omaha Land ..
; night, it was a case of our --- ....
t died Saturday arrival at
upon has
A Company, played a tremendous part in the
.M Gainesville hospital. was five guys beating their one.
a He
groundwork which has into the
._... r .... Dale Baker added 16 points gone legislative
-.7.L.W'll.' .... ; .-. born !in Melrose and had livedthere
all his life. He was a retired for the Tigers and Edward package we have come up with. of the

ROTARY CLUB NEWS Kansas City; Mo.; Mrs. John A. farmer!' and a member of t Davis 13. I have followed your paper all my life and ;

Mrs. Ray Farris shown Clarke, Melrose; and Mrs. G. the Melrose Baptist Church. No one besides Grayson was know you to be the sort of person '\who will li0VOICE ,

above with Al Watson (lleftl) Raymond Starnes, Keystone Surviving are his wife, Mrs in double figures for Keystone join in any community effort to help and you .. : I CHITTY '. '
and Lon Rushton, club president t Heights! The sons are Hubert\ : -
Clarabelle Aldprman. of Melrose Heights. always manage to be able to come up with some ; t
was a recent guest speaker of Ewing, Va. Bill of San Antonio t.ti t.
; one daughter, Mrs. Ellen I Trenton
plays Newberry key item in every case. The entire area owes hr--------- - -. .
at the and of Rio - - --- + + --
Keystone Heights Ro Texas; Jack Burnham Micano-w! ; one son,, - -
Tuesday night at Newberry.KEYSTONE personally many, many thanks over a great
tary Club.Persons. Hondo, Texas.WOMAN'S Pete Alderman, Cf Nebraska!: : many

who: are presently CLUB two grandchildren:! 12 great, I.3-5/ ; Warren '1-2-.4;Criyson Hurntr U111,1-2-4, ;Colello Wont' years. This sort of cooperative effort on the HI. sports fanslong time rt, ': Vie.j' M1
suffering; from obesity can easily The annual "Smorgasborddinner grandchildren one one great, 1 1-2 4; Ble.shale 0.I 1-1. Totali' : 18-11.54. part of ap many is what make things happen ; no see. It's nice!! to b3 >bade '

increase their life span by sponsored by the Keystone great grandchild. i.4-14 TRENTON.. ; Beech-2.2-4 E. Baker Davit 1 1-0-2 dl13Bembry 1 ; D. esker in their proper light ; and this is one thing that with you on the sports scene

:ridding: themselvs of excess Heights Woman's Club, Funeral service! !were heM I', 13-4 Vllvlngton 30; Gnn70dr I I-O-J. Totals: 14-16 Summon. .<.. 2'4-10)' causes me personally to be so optimistic about fellows. This Is my favorite t r t''
poutt-s, declared Mrs. Farris, will be hail Saturday, Feb. 7, at 2:30: p.m. Monday !in Jones| Ktyltoiw' 4 U 117 M this present effort concerning our lakes of column, and I sure m'ss writing 1
who is organizer! of the Weight from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. at the Memorial Chapel Keystone( Trenton 21 is 21 1J ML Florida. it for you. But when ; S Sb.

Watchers Club in Keystone clubhouse. Heights! with Rev. WarrenNewbern L _________ ___ there're no reports, there's nothing .
Heights. Tickets may be purchasedfrom arid Rev. Leamon L Worthy Matron Jessie Mae I have taken the liberty here to enclose your I can do. Anyway. It

She explained the basic beliefof club members or at the Ward officiating. Interment: Hicks will be observed Saturday picture of the barbecue for a couple of slight looks Mke the itching picked up b. r ,,

her organization that an door. Charge for adults will be will follow in the Mslrcss Came Jan. 24, at the Masonic corrections. Mr. Arnold and Mr. Alvarez are last week, so I'm here to report ( i iI is'L

overweight person cannot be S2.2S (including tax), and $1.50 tery under::! direction of DeWittC. ; Temple In Gainesville. from Duval County, for one. The other is the it.Griffin's. / s

cured by crash diets, or any for children under 12 years of Jones Funeral Home. The chapter meeting on Feb. fact that the Speaker of the House Designate !
other quick and easy method. age Active pillbsarTs] !! were Russell 3 will be "Surprise Night." Lodge (east shore I ? 'I
She noted that persons who are Chairman of the smorgas Mitchell Clarence Perry, At the end of each month for the 1971 session!' is prominent in the pictureand Santa Fe) turned in their best .

subject!! to weight! problems :bord committee will be Mrs. Priest Perry Omar Huff, Wen! the Keystone Chapter has a his name was not mentioned. I believe it report- for some) time. Locks
will always be plagued by excess Seth Kennedy, assisted: by hos del Belk. and Bill All n. Honorary ., Birthday Remembrance, and at noteworth that he came all the way from Miamito like the ba-? w 01''' "i+d t.. here with, Bill and Roy are shown

pounds unless they learn fasces Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. pallbearers were members the last meeting a large group be with ui that day. better weather and decided / some of their prlzs

to eat the proper foods in moderate Kenneth L'ggett. Mrs. Don : of Mr. Alderman's SundaySchool of members contributed their The second item I call to your attention is the tx> ,bite a l1ttl:!. C. A. Birr'ngar! : specimens.The bus. are coming in
quarters for the Masonic Home caught 110 pounder now
amounts. Wallace, Mrs. F. Koons. Mrs. class.NEWS.
fact that the
in St. Petersburg. original draft of the legislationcame around the shore.Shipman's .
John Myers manager of the E. Dempsey, and Mrs. H. Mor .
The buffet from the Steering Committee whole Camp west shore
Starke-Bradford County Chamber chapter's supper as a and a fi'4! pounder Friday Elm
of Commerce: was guest gan.The members of the board NOTESBy will' be held Saturday Feb. 21, and Myron Prevatt, Jr. did not draft it. Then er Crosby brought !in a 0 3.4 Santa P'calso) had! a good! re

speaker at the Rotary Club on will meet Tuesday, Feb. 3, at and Is open to members and our first draft went to Tallahassee!' for correct Lb. bass last Fr'dav.: Monday. the port this time around. Among
friends at $1.50 each. successful anglers
Friday, Jan. 23. In discussing 9:30: a.m. Board members!! are Helen Feso Hosts for the social hour wording according to proper usage; and from Roy caught 14 spec!! in Alto Mr. and Mrs. Alfred were:

the necessity of planning for requested to attend:! this meet were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mc- there it has had a final draft and has been Lake with full roe in them. with 30 specs and 5 Labell.basal: !

the 70's he said thit technology tng.BOWLING. Rae with Mrs. Jane Dors assisting. filed with the proper ]legislative committee. This is goat n.w. for us epic): James Driggers 28 Epees; Ed

advances: and. the population : NEWS EASTERN STARAssociate Gene, I only mention the above two items in too fishermen long before'cause those it won't be Chalmers, 10 bass tit to 7
exDlos'on n e two ma lor The Northeast Travel 1 L aueplaysd Patron Gilbert[ rascals pounds
the interest of correct and reporting I ; C. A. RoalbTtlRhtcaught
factors which will greatly !influence Reed opened the Jan. 29 Chapter HOMEMAKERS proper
at MaJor several !
: bass
economic progress In Ocala January 11. DsWitt!! meeting with the elected The first Homemakers Club know you to be a person who always tries to see start beading. Rov caught: 4 two 8-pounden ; including
the new decade.:! He also discussed C. Jones competitors, membersof officers who will advance one meeting for 1970 was held Jan. this!'! to be the case!' Again, our deepest thanks. bass ranging from 3 to I 5 1bs. Phillip Kitchens: Mr.had and:33 : Mrs.
the recent establishment of a local team!! task four station In the new chapter year. 21 at Clay Electric Hall, with[ Sincerely yours, Bill Groves and John Campbell Mr and Mrs. Tony Vickers! 37
Associate Matron JosephineReed (were f'shln! Sundoyi and John
the Environmental Health points from their!! opponents!! the regular program on clothing William E. Baker specs: and Sam Leland andClaU'.g
Planning Council in Bradford advanced to the WorthyMatron's safety and foods presentedby caught a 13 lb., t oz. blnc'.t! .
Palm Lanes' team of Gaines ; ChairmanLEGISLATORS Pearson! ; caught 45 s!,eos.
station and Is to be bass
and landed three
County, of which he Is a mem ville. committee chairmen.It Guess that
decade congratulated on the fine work. announced that the others. All four weighed 28 IDS., .lust about does it
ber. Within the coming was
Neoma Nelson high gameof Conductress Mattte Lee Kins- r., this time, and until next
the council will themselves !! Council Meeting of all Clay oz.
concern of 665. y week
178 and high series Goodbye o and Good Luckevin !
with such matters as The Jones team Is now in sec bury advanced to Associate Matron.s County Clubs will be held at l Sy t -.- -.... .
station with Associate
zoning, sanitary regulations, Middleburg on Feb. 3 at 10 77st ""'Y"'YY"'YYT'f' be
and place in the series Conductress advancing to Con- .f visiting Eileen's area
followed covered
a.m., by a
and air and: water pollution. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. L. soon and will take the money
ductress station. Following A rv
Myers raid, "We must plan Strider Ill were recent: guestsof election of officers at the Feb. dish council luncheon.officers Installation will be con-of ) t INDIAN BEACH[ to her Onu dollar of Ameri-

for the future if we are to progress Mrs. Strlder's parents. Col. 17 chapter,meeting, these advance ducted by Mrs. Imogene Rlt- t tT ? llw ur 't'ee can currency is worth $43 over
aId if we wish to exec and Mrs. Ed Elmmins. of Lake elected officers will be I to there so $25 of our money
cise some control as to the di view Drive. The Striders who Installed and take their official tenburgh Mrs. Mildred extension Payton agent.Is instructor (r.Jre ..... lh. ) would be worth $1,075 towards
rections communities will By Michael II. Chitty braces and other necessitiesfor
our returned
have Just recently positions at the March 17 in Beginners Sewing
P*. the
take. from a tour of I tfuty In Germanyare chanter meeting. for 4H Girls each Thursday Pr 470-2171 needy children
ST. WILLIAM'S Somervlle The business( Last Friday morning, Mrs.
now ris! d'nlf session was after school. AAA&&A& && &A&&A&_
Bingo is played every Friday Mass Mr. Strider will enter conducted by Worthy Matron Mrs. Agnes Cuendet will be Lillian Norwood Mrs. Macie

evening at St. William's Recreation Harvard in the fall on a full Grace Keeth. Considerable illness club chairman for the annual t r Greetings, friends and neigh- Mrs.Allen,James Mrs. Edie Nicholson.
Hall, one street beyond was reported, Includingthat \ Re Chitty, and Mrs.
academic scholarship.Mr. bazaar and will attend the Feb. bors, from your- Rolling Margaret Hobbins
the school. Play begins at 7:30.: and Mrs. Jack Nork for. of Mrs. Florence South- 3 Leader Training at Green porter. Are you enjoying the Council all attendedthe
These games are open to tin mer Keysto"trs. were visiting'! well who lives at 4581 AppletonSt. Cove Springs. ,,-, nice lime rock road we haveto covered dish luncheon meeting of and the
public. There !is now a standard friends in Keystone last week. ? Jacksonville She suffereda Mrs. Marguerite Quagllano y ,, ._ travel on these days? It Alachua County Homemakers
"Jackpot" of $100. which The Norks have Just returnedto hip fracture last September, and Mrs. Emily Ison attendedthe ,. r" looks as if they're taking a Clubs.

can be won on the last same the states, following' a stay was hospitalized for a longtime Leader Training for Jan- 1 r vacation from our roads, but
MRS. EMMA K. WAGNER In S. Arabia, where Mr. Nork and is still confined( to narv. and the former gave a y ; thank goodness we can go in Continued( on Next Page
Keystoners were sorry to was employed as an engineer.! a wheel chair at home. Mrs. demonstration on 'meat. I and out of here without worrying r
learn that Mrs. Emma K. Mrs Ray Starnes reports that Sara McDonald was to entera stretchers." about getting stuck in the

Wagner, mother of Mrs. G. Raymond 'their son, G. L. Nork Is receiving !! Jacksonville hospital last A cordial invitation is extended I sand or mud. KEYSTONEHEIGHTS)
Starnes!! of Keystone!! great reconitsn ;for his week and C.W. Owens will be to mothers of 411! girls Last Thursday night my mo-

Heights, died suddenly in a many invention, several of hospitalized( for some time at and boys, as most of the pro- ther, Cricket Grandmother

Gainesville! Hospital on Thursday Which he has demonstrate-: on ville.Memorial Word Hospital has been Jackson-received grams of are families geared to of the school Interest __r .,+. 0__ ._ I Copeland for Kathy attended Crawford a baby at shower the-
afternoon Jan. 22.
resident natioral television!! programs that A.F. (Jack) Crosby is now age children and are corre- home of Mrs. Merrill EdwardsIn
Mrs. Wagner recent Douglas"
a the "Mike
Including at home following extended ; HUDDLE Edwardsand
had lived at care lated with 411 programs. Meet- Starke. with Mrs.
of Melrose.
"The Today Program
Show and in a Jacksonville hospital.[ mother the hostesses.
Ings are held on the third Wed as
Home "
Penney Farms A letter from Mrs. Alma nesday from 10 to 12 Otis and Bucky Melton of DIRECTORYBEAUTY
noon at Jan. 17
Community for the past 25 Recent guests of Mr. and Frost states that although she Clay Electric hall. Pictured at barbecue given Saturday, Hampton Buddy and Merle Ellis
years, where* she was a soloist Mrs. E. T. Martin, at their misses her many Keystone by Lake legion Citizens Committee are (from and Rita Ray, all of Gainesville -

and director of the Msmor- home on L eke Geneva!! were friends, she is comfortable and FELLOWSHIP CLUB left) : Bill baker, chairman of Citizens Committee; wereSundaydlnnerguests SHOP

sal Horn community choir for Mr. Martin's brother and sH- happy living with her brother The Game Day on Jan. 22 Rep. Wm II. Bevis, of I'olit-bumter:: Counties; Rep. of the Chittys.

many years. ter-in-law, Mr. and:! Mrs. W. A. and family, and that she Is onlya was thoroughly] enjoyed by 19 Ted Alvarez, Duval County; Sen. Dick: Stone, Dade The Homemakers Club met KEYSTONEBEAUTY
A memorial service was held Martin of Roodhouss, 111. few miles from her son and members and one guest. The administrative assistant to last Thursday at the home of
at 3 pm. Saturday.:! Jan. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Vern Tuttle of family. play and social[ hour was heldin County; Dan Wright, the president Mrs. Lillian Nor- SHOP

in the Penney Farms Chapel. Arkansas, have returned to St. Anne's parish house at State Treasurer Broward Williams; Rep. Richard wood. New officers were Installed KDITH JOHNSON. OWMTPtnoaal

Survivors Include three dough Keystone for their winter visit ANNOUNCEMENTSWorthy 1:30. Mrs. Ethel V'eyman pro- A. Pettigrew, Dade County, Speaker Designate of by Mrs. Josephine Mc- and Crmtlrt Hair CtrlMr -

tars Mrs. George P. Truitt, with friends! and to enjoy sev- Matron Grace Keeth gram chairman Introduced her the 1971 House; Rep. Lynwood Arnold and Rep. SwIne as follows: President >Cvery farm of :Beauty
will conduct an Informal in- RobbIns Vice :uuan: "naw..Aet. H: elawd
daughter, Mrs. L.D. Hughes of R. Earl Dixon, both of Duval County. Mrs. Margaret ;
structural meeting for chapter Houston Texas. She assisted President, Mrs. Macie Allen; dkloAey: .

members to get better acquainted Mra. Wlllam[ nnon, caller. I Secretary, Mrs. Carrie Eiland,
with the new members. The various prizes donated by Mrs. Michael Redfearn became Keystone Treasurer Mrs. Lou Miller; PRODUCTS

The homecoming of Grand members added pleasure to the the new church secretaryon Delegate, Mrs. Edie Nicholson; PORCOQ'tCRETB

Office hours from and Alternate Delegate Mrs. !:
fun.The Jan. 26. PRODUCTS
LOOKINGFor ? scat! months of golfing regular luncheon and 9 to 12, Monday throught Fri Bows 58.41 ;James Chitty. A collection of CALL OR BEEEdward'
Dr. and Mrs. John Davis have business meeting will be heldon led David $25. was taken to send to Eileen
returned to Keystone after Feb. 12 at 12:30: In the Ma- day.The Ma cleMY. by Cheng Sun in Taipei. She Building
spending several weeks vls'tln: sonic Flail) Mrs. Weyman will general meeting of Crews and Mike Tharpe, evenedtheir j is a nurse who spent some Supply Inc.
.500 with a St+41 ,
announce the !in next record at ,time in America learning our
their' son and daughter-in-law! program Church Women will be held 72C 3.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, and week's issue.COMMUNITY. on Feb. 2 at 7:30: p.m. victory over Keystone }telghts'sIndians. I methods of treating polio. While GaiJlqrllle 372-tfrM
Income Tax Deductions
? I 1 here she visited the Jack Mil-
son of Washington, D. C. CHURCH
PERSONALS did it with J ler family and has been corresponding
The Wildcats a
Chris Zowarka. a. Junior at Dr. Herbert J. eugenics of
Florida:! Central Academy, spent Pompano Beach was candidate Sympathy is extended to Mr. 16-polnt second quarter splurge J l Lillian with Lou Norwood since then.will NURSERY

last weekend with his family guest preacher at the Jan. 18 and Mrs. Raymond Starnes in that saw them go from a 11.11 Mrs.
O.C. Carnes
You can Legally uncover more 1 the Jim Zowarkas. morning worship service. He the passing of Mrs. Starnes' in at the end of the Ilrst periodto -- Nursery

Friends of Mrs. Lydia Hurley has been doing evangelistic mother, Mrs. J.H. Wagner on an 11-polntlead at the half. Thousands of plants

"Needles in the Haystack" when you ;a former Keystoner who had work and Bible teaching In nine Jan.late 22 husband, Mrs. were Wagner residentsof and her From then on, the Wildcats keptit Can Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
been residing in Ft. Lauderdalefor countries.Dr. as they outscored the you
1 seven years /were sorry to and Mrs. Pugmire wish Penney Farms for many up three Evergreens
have aU your cancelled checks on ]learn that she passed away suddenly to leave the evangelistic field years and were very active Indians in the their final 17 eat all day Camellias & Azaleas
at her home on Monday and work at a given church as in the program there particularly quarters to get MOST ALL IN CANS
and still lose
hand. Open checking account Jan 19.Mrs. pastor. He was asked by Chair the annual Wedding of point margin. PLANT ANY TIME -
your Kyle McMurtry left man Roy Turknett If he could Goldenagers. This program was Sandv Grayson led the Indians Beautiful Roses
directed by Mrs. Starnes In the ? -
return visit In the CosteJlo weightfejghtfatcherf
Tuesday for a visit with her arrange a with 22 points. Buzzy
here today! sister Mrs Ernest Mellon of near future and agreed to check and Community there were Church last year, added six in a losing effort. LandscapingPhone

1 Mount Holly, N J.. who has his schedule upon returning it be repeated.many requeststhat The loss drops Keystone 659-2165

,been visiting the McMurtrys home.Rev. Joe Geer, who is teach- Dr. and Mrs. Johnny Finklea Heights to a 5-6 mark. 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on

tor the!! past two weeks. ing and working for his of Pampllco, S.C. spent a few The Wildcats made it a sweep Hwy. 100 at.) or.home
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kasln, doctorate at Columbia Seminary days last week with Mr. and with a Junior varsity vie-

: KEYSTONE( STATE BANK Of) Daytona Beach, spent theweekend Decatur Ga.,Is also a candidate Mrs. Roy Bridges and Miss torv.On
with Mr. and Mrs. for the pulpit. Marilyn Bridges. Dr. Flnklea Friday, Keystone Hjlght S. E. :McKAY, REALTOR
Ed Dwyer of Clover Lane. Mr. Turknett new chairman Is a nephew of Mr. Bridges 'ravels to Branford for a Suwannee Senior !Memlsr; Soc! '&y of

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garber of the Board of Trustees,called Valley Conference encounter Residential Appraisers
and Jim Fox were Sunday dinner : a meeting of the new pastoral ,rrr with the Bucs.MrtCCLENNYr Is Ready For You Mortfaie Brokers
guests of Dt'. and: Mrs. R. pulpit committee on Jan. 22. We li..,lp YOU Flaaaca
NN1 ItKtnnMv
Crew11-"; '
; C. Carroll and daughter of Our polluted environment fa Trailer l'ILa I $::;00. .
Bank The committee could appre- I IAit Th.fp.. 111 MMMMuw Every Tues.v "t Up
: "Your Friendly Maltland. The Garbers and ciate any comment or recom- being jrwthed a* the. next big M-ll H."' ., Ner0.7. c.*.. 12014-141 pm The Best In Lake Front
i In Your Friendly Community." rolls were close friends InAruba. mendation from any member of worry after Vietnam. Worries ?.**l\rn\ I M-J I ; r. Keystone HeightsSt. Home. Acreage Rentals

where both men were the congregation as to these are about the only thing (the ICIYSTOHI! MSIOMTSOrV! 'I-0rl ,onMurn.f N O-l-ll'm Anne's Parish House Mri. Melba Veen! AsiuclateKeyitoiU
employed: with, the Largo OU two candidates so that a call world isn't in danger of cuing :HONe M'>HM 2.0->ds ou W..n 11''''_'. Office 473-4SU
Refinery. for the pulpit may be Issued out of. O T Id 1WWI- 11 11 11 11-" I'h. 473-3163 43-315i: Rome 413-4119 471-4811

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4th race 220 yard: Chuck 8th Rice30: yards-:

HflI'dlllilm.1. Popcorn and *odn. Joy. Billy Dubar Jack Ryan; Prescott. Flv. Jack Rvnn: Bill

I HAMPTON which then/ can fit and drink Walter Alvarez Stark Due! Forsvth. Lille Red, B'H! Forsvth.

U'ifFi'tiorfnq to tnfci' their' Ivan Parks 8th Race: 300( yar:'a! : Van Keep( up on

S yMr..D.E.BW tiff ofT thf ifhon", ix tfirir, fitvnritf 5th Rnce: Ewird AWns. Prescott. Okeech-be Spcdy.

; food. Just be sure the Balmy Bailey RoY' Adk'.ns.Roiney Jack Rvan: Merrill is.Suffnr currentaffairs
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,..ltfl.'f' protictid. Film of Onus Doll Rodney Red. Rojn'v Griffis.

OLD CITY HALL Lodge met on the second floor, nil, kindM ni-r 1I1'lil"bl"' thrnni/h Griffis. 10th Race: 20 yards,: B'llForsjth. '!

NEW FRONT and the ground floor was used film distributors t / in all majorcitie' 6th Race: Sn1v: Hassel.! Paco Little! Red Bell' For-

Hampton city hall's front for a public recreation hall. Jet Rlcke! Smith: C. E. Rev syth: Kenneth Manning: Ginger

porch underwent a face-lifting An amateur theatre group pro- for els. Passing Lark DewayncAddy. Bar. Jack Ryan. the easy wayRead
last week with further repair duced several plays(the present If :you have a flair really : Everyon I Is welcome! t> attend

and renewing of the building stage area was included in the "pretty"iartio.|' .'. then every: 7th Race. 20 vards- :fill Tsm.llson : the! Sunday raw stTrtlnj
the city councilA original building), with scenery, once in a while find an excuse! the Pulitzer Prize
planned by Miss Muffit.: Dewayne at 2-30: p.m. There is no admission < -
little more than 20 years lighting curtains eel. Mrs. to have a "hen-party.: Then Addljr: Jun Prescott:, Hot charge.FLEX.a.'GLASS. winning Christian Science

ago. In 1947-48 the city rebuilt T.F. Brown \: 77 drr&: :you can jro all. out with your Prince, Jack Ryan. Monitor. Rarely more than

and remodeled what was Charley Dinkins \.. talent. Set the table with fancy 20 pages this easy-to-

at one time a two-story building graph operator was pastel! or \white cloth : your .- read daily newspaper gives

adding the present asbestos the theatre group "" Mothers March Aids Drive daintiest china and glasses.your IB AVE THE GENUINE you a complete grasp of
to the outside. This at painting scenery.
shingles national and world affairs..
wus. followed In the next few Hampton's Masonic above (right) is :Mrs. George Loper, a best: flatware. and flowers. _l Plus fashion, sports, busi. '
Keep all-feminine
years with the women of the surrendered their of the Junior Woman's Club presenting this PartYtPI'ohablY
and the
( ness. arts. Read
1925 '26 after ( luncheon ) on the .
town pushed by the Home Demonstration or ,
group furnishingthe chapter here for of the collection: envelopes: from Sunday's light !side( and Ilan, color effects p- ?g i *4I 7 the newspaper that 91 %

interior with drapes, blinds, and the upstairs was : :Marrh to :MtH. Robert D. Burch, wife of in food, ? of Congress reads.

the depression :March of Dimes campaign: dh'edor.Irs.: Loper
kitchen equipment and plastic- - - -

topped tables. 1930s as a ladies' ,; one of the many' mothers and other interested, RACEWAY I- 0.I Please send me the Monitor for

The history of the original in connection with the who ae Ireely: of their time last Sunday LL GIASS-O-NET 1 year $26 ::: 6 mos. $13
building back at least to wide WPA program. Results Given
the fight against
oil-drum heater used (' ;and evening to help -I mos. $6.50
when the local Masonic
hall until just a defect-*. Each: year the :Mothers :March: is one Following are the results 4' WYR-O-GLASS Check or money order

ago was one of the the most t outstanding e\ents' of the campaign in from Sunday's events at the' enclosed

Garden Club made during this era 'r )Mrtb t defects.: Starke Raceway on U. S. 301, .:= Bill me

WPA. South. Name cf owner! horse I iCREEN-GlASS' name__. _ _

Members of the Garden Club During Camp j kind of party, otherwise you'llend and rider given In or::'er of finIshing street_

of the Lakes held their Janu' when living space : up feeling that all your : '. ;'.'. .::.: '
premium all over ; hard work wasn't really ap 1st 35 yrrds David ; ;,r )FLEX.O.PAHE'( city,
ary meeting at the home Of the !'fi1jiiidBY race : .
Mrs. Margaret Pater with Mrs. into two-story apartments building preciated. Some efforts are Pacttl! Frankie! R. E. Edwards : .._ '" ',0 ,ale_ _ _ tip____

Martha Gardner Mrs. Ruby down and rented to wasted on children, and some : Sandy Hassel Poco "WA"ft" ANOIO ON flU IDOl MIANf tAtltfUCTION GU"'ANrf'lI PB 18

Stripling ana: Mrs. Doris Sun. and their families. efforts:. are wasted on men. Jet Daryl Addy.2n 'I'HECUKJSTIAN
race. 350 yards Eddie Starke Builders Inc.
derlind as co-hostess. : Supplies
War n, the city had SCIENCE
After being served dessert postoffice building MAGGI .4 mnvfe P'li'tll/ fit ln, nr i"filiiniii Starling] Pete Jack Ryan: C.

and coffee members heard the in 1946, and when city you love to knock your n fiit with tlif !ioiniftr't. E. Revels, Passing Lark, Daryl Complete Builder Serrle MONITOR ,

guest speaker, Therj D. Kaden, recover from that out at part).. h.inK. be <" Tlif, toddlri-H 'ind prv- Addy. 219 E. Washington Phone 944-5270 Bo 1 I'\! Actor si.ition'

superintendent of Green Lawn the city hall cut down you take into considera. .e1i,1E'VS', t iijtiy Lnixir film.4. or 3rd raca 220 yards: Sally Boston Ma* i.ichuttetts 01.3 1

Cemetery! in Jacksonville discuss ovated. While this which /generation and c'(I.t"'IIoldt I r !iiHnnutit'/( (1/1' Rob'nson.: Terry. R. E. Edwards

landscaping plants. He also !- in progress, the city (1f1ifIitd ti-ith the D iH 1I1'I : Bill Tomilson. Miss
l sex. usually likes which
Muffstt DeWayne AMy.
demonstrate: his ability to held meeting upstairs

make beautiful jail-- the small brick .--- .--- .-. ._ ._. .____ __n --. -_ 1-
and unusual =,=1 4=W lWL1 :J i l L1 iii ibT-1 I .
corsages.A torn down last fall = T-T --- -i->"- "-'- | i innaai i nr i i tiiMnaun

business meeting was conducted back of the postofflce CARL BEGGS

.by Mrs. Marlon Barker cording to W.H. Gulf ServiceUSED
acting president. Twenty-one clerk through those CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS

member. and one guest Mrs. Hampton city PARTS
M. Williams, of Jacksonville lately been discussing Top Price for Wrecked Oar

attended. considerable work j : BUV SELL-RENT SWAP...HIRE-BUY: SELL! RENTSWAF ; HIRE I; > BUY -1j1l! 5i= .IIICI 2t Hour Wrecker Service
buidling, Inside and
The February 26) meeting urlll -- Fuel Oil -
George Davis submitted
feature u trip to Ravine Gardens to the council at the MEN WArfTED Laundry PUMPSNEW ;i USED VACUUM cleaners recondItioned I Used Can -
meeting in three : AD RATES workers.: Kitchen aids laborers $15 up. 10 different Rwy. SOI N. Waldo

various areas of cottage parent watch AND USEDRAJ.ESPARTS.SERVICE name brands to choose from. George E. LaRue I 46-lttS
vVVyyy'WVyyyyvyYVYVVV? to 15 word. ____. 1.30
After having a man cooks and clerks sraund-: Parts & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCY

the possibility of using (Minimum charge) keeper truck driver. Five Deep &: Shallow Wells makes Watson's House of I Auto Fire Homeowner WANTED LISTINGS

\ BEACH Hampton School-- just : word orcr 15 __ .07 day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners &: Filters Vacuums 712 N. Mall.: GalnesvUiA : On Homes and Acreage. Buyers

to the town-- for State retirement. vacation, Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg LIFE & ACCIDENT I Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg.

ing as well as charge If not sick leave. If Interested, please All Makes Keystone Heights 47S-460t Broker 2117 N Temple Ave.
(From :Preceedlng Page council In advance ....
decided to .S3 apply tn person nonn.lMan.ler. I Ph. q64-6609
now with only outside Sunland Train. Plumbing Service DID YOU KNOW It's easy to II II I Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. Frasler and and decide later on Memorial. Revolution In* Center Oilnesvllle. Jla. Phone 964-7061 own a Lontrcnamp 'lome? I :MEN WANTED Men cotta FILING CABINETS. Type
son Andy, >Jacksonville, spent Suggestions for the An equal opportunity employ DURRANCE PUMP Bettfr oullt for F' ,r'-Ja 11tn \'- ropa"et' writer Stands, Desks, Chain,

the weekend with her parents cluded ceiling and 1 oota per word er. AND SUPPLY CO. Yom: pluaf 01' ours ago over 21. StartIng Safes. Bradford County
Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows. replacement "'r.ha Youi tot or ours. c.ont"ctIu.: I :p.iy month, promotion opportunities Telegraph.

Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville walls etc.FAREWELL. ford Mitchell! phonta4.. and regular Increases
and Mr. and Mrs. INSURANCEAT fR'P! \ I) Box :338 tal'ket. in pay 8 hour (day. 5 CHRISTMAS I.AY-A-WAVS!

Dolph Reddish and children of PARTY : : ward or !I... 3.CO SUPER STICK VInyl Plastic REDUCED RATES .."g day( week, sick! leave vacations. LEFT I'.VTLAIMED
FOR AVOY YOUNKERMrs. : Letters & Numbers for Interior state retlremert II Interested,
Starke spent last weekend with AUTO FIRE. BOAT I SEWING MACHINES.* ;have:
Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter.Mrs. of: honor. David Younker word over 00 _. .07 and exterior use. All alzes, colors DOYLE E. CONNER olease apply In person Personnel two SINGER DIAL-O-:MATIC

: Carpenter spent Mondayand Monday Bradford Countv Telegraph INSURANCE AGENCY JIMMY: MOORE'S !Manager S-irland Trnlnir.g Cen. ZIG-ZAGS. They weie Christina -
farewell held at .
Tuesday with Mr. and :Mrs. party OFFICIAL tf I chg t 'I'. G"n: ?svl1e.! Flj.
of :Mrs. Tracy Jones. SUN ? lay-a-wny.s: never pickedup.
David Reid and in Jack- An equal opportunity em
INSPECTION STATION customers left area W are
Mrs. Younker are \ PHOTOCOPI'RS: from $9< .!0 *
sonville. Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M. eor.I unable to locate them You can
week Columbus
to 625. Take the drudgery out IOY'1
and Lou Miller and
he is to be stationed ..' Saturday 8 U Noon of paper work.-Bradford Coun- have thesi- machine: for the
Joan WANTED: Used Wringer
daughter were shopping Air Force. :Mr. tv Telegraph tf Mobile Homes MONEYStnrke I I balance of S$(>7 e.ich. Cash or
Saturday in Jacksonville. GARAGE i ,. I er. Will pay cash or take In
arrive in Hampton l b6l-V791! pay $ 9 per month Phone:
Fred Swearlngen is home ter being stationed In Keystone Heights SEWING; MACHINE Cleane-1. NEW and lTSEDR10.t2' trade on anything. DAJ fER'S. I Jacksonville COLLECT 353-l J4ti
Complete & Stern
after being in Alachua County for 15 months. Telephor.e 473-4485 oiled and adjusted In your 964-7923. tf-ehg ANYTIME. lIiOH< ; Main Street
WIdeGainesville Drive Service '
Hospital with pneumonia and I a'd! Repulr.
Refreshments of home. $3 (00.I Vacuum cleaner Jicksonvllle. Florida Will de-
pleurisy. Len and Linda Swear- 11tIOS.MANOR: Complete Flbergltus Repair.C I WILL BUY: Used Appliances.
sheet cake and Danish repairs nlso. All '
work BUirantee1. 1'ver. no obination: 4tclig 1-2\1!>
ingen and daughter Tammy Lynn cookies were served : HOME: PARK Dennis E. Coggins, Phone Good Quality u a m-bullt t IbenclassFhlilng I Furniture! TV's, Stereos, anything I

of Jacksonville spent the week- more than 30 guests and Spaces For Rent 431-1428. tfch'r' I nei"onaMv Priced Boats. of value. DAHMER'S | Antiques -. Large! Collection,
end with his parents Fred and 964-749. tfch I battles fumlture. gl.ts.*. Hard.
for the occasion. A Gainesville' i
Vera [ :.ITR-'TSS! -- SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastto't ;
Swearln en. Saturday, ral A. .T, Thomas TRADE Variety all kinds! We
arrangement of Registered Real BUY. SELL. : Used wsio.:
they celebrated Len's Birthday.LEEOX'S Estate !Serviced Guaranteed a"d I tters. all sizes colors. Perm- Buv & Trade. Come bbrowse
baby's breath and Broker since 1953. Sncc-1" Furniture Appliances Toy out
1970't Delivered In SUrke Area
her "tvnt. fir. use on wood, .
ated Brown lallzlng appraisals ) around Griffls: Old
the in \ : for estates -. Tool Wlmberly's Trading
:: CORRNER! :: I NO EXTRA COST pacer metal. leather.
dining room A corporate and individual Post, 7434 BlendIng Blvd.. Trading Post.! 2'2 miles Northof
was a gift to the owners Thirty years experience t'S 441 N. 4M NW Ilih Jacksonville. tfchg NYTHING'! -Bradford County' Starke on 301 Ph. 964-7289.
I to tell : Tf'lf'lI'raDh. tf'
Suppose were you,
those Oal"f'.vllle| 378-!7M
present. In Florida Land Matters. 205 N. tfchg
That there's in
something your I
pocket Temple Ave.. Starke. Fla., Tel. i PAYROLL ENVELOPES)'

And this thing 'an do you as MRS. L.L. :MELTONBhl1TIIDAY : 964-5701. tf .;(SERVICE Small appliancesAt Dradford County Telegraph. WATSON'Souse
: Volkswagen
much harm Starke Hardware Co. 108 E "to qR-3395\
Mrs. Lonnie Melton EXPERTENCED WAITRESS MARY *-* of Vacuurm
As any :Nuclear: Rocket. '|'(('"11 St. Phone !l1I4- 31t. fch v
ored at a surprise New & Used t.O"J. wanted. Good pav Applv In person FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed-
Ma"v brands l of
supper by her family on Service at Long-horn Restaurant U. new vacuum
room trailer outside city limits.
you're probably thinking 'WI S.lfl! 00) up. Used machines from
I'm evening Jan. 19. S :3D1!! South tfchg ,1 I I File Folders complete line ofi J. B. White 96-1 6114. tfchg
crazy Present for the Mi. North of The Mall I S10. Expert Repairs all make:
But for we'll call him 'i I flee supplier -The Telegraph'
now FOR Parts and
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn GAINESVILLETAXIDERMY RENT: TV sets baby Accessories! fur all
Prancer. and family Mr. and beds. elec. guitars, amplifier, I Phone !lR .U05. vacuums. Built in C.ntral'a('

Hiding down there I In your cigar- rence Melton and refrigerators: day or week. DAHvrnva FOR SALE Concrete block CAMPERSALES uum cleaning systems. 712 N.
ette pack
and Mrs. Irving 4-7923! tf-eng ; :M.iin Gainesville 37B-7110/
Is a terrible thing called ""''I. e: 3 bedroom. 1 bath, cen- PAINTS
Clarence Hagen and
Cancer. nl heat ft alr-condltlonln Cor. !
FOR SLE Registered Pole I
Melton and Mr. and :: hELP WANTED
d.s '
1'1' Int "hn" !III.1:1117.! : tfchsrF.I'MCE
Melton. Herforrt bull 2 years old. Also, UI'f.I"I'IUr.U: : M H"I:"
Lundy Plaza-Lodge Mo
Cancer has no boundaries tome register! Angus bulli. PAINT PRICES 2920 Waldo Road i', uni, \ -mi.' .M.I nil, I I n.'a..
It doesn't Fla. 5t chg 1-29 NURSERY nil, | \1".1| |I'I 1 ii, i tr'*
how old MARCH OF
care you QR4-R114 tfcha Gainesville 376-0691 v.,. .,... S 0'I I I."n-I ,Mill,, -
are. Phyllis :Meng Pcrs'mmon Pear and Plum .1 II ..1. ",. 1 1M'Ut I,..(,tit-, -iii",. 1..1........
It $6.98 only : tpes! Sv.suma! and KumquatOnnmentnl Authorized Dealer"Starcralt" /I. ,, 1 'i''nfu..
But when wins its battle.You're Hampton Area for the 8-TRACK TAPES. INCREASEFEBRUARY n. i. 1 nu .
"Dreamer""Wheel 'II.'lull.
I .k. .1) iff
t.o t's.
just as dead, as killed March for the March of $3.98 with your trade at DAIIMEWS ., : -shrubs all types.! .*,,*.ini'iii' 'rt I'I'I.. ,1 1 II. t't I .
with a car. working this part of Discount I ml. n:>rth of Lawtey on Hiway: CamPf'r"Tra"el ., .1 I ,t ii i..ii ", 1. ,", I It..
House.4tchg .. ,,, .. .
"01 turn nt !sign' phone 782-3463. Trailers Truck .1' "'''1 1 fie mil
with the Jr. Women's 1-29 9 '. I: .,... ,. i i I.' E.I:, i .
You see, it took my Uncle Starke. INGSTARKE tfch* Campers Fold Downs I: nil'V.
A 3 BR HOME For !Sale.: Starke. SALES : ,: ::1: ::::: ., ,\ ,;, ::,: ii :
and lovable & SERVICE
fine .
man. .. .... ... .. .
RGE LOTS acreaee for I Vu I 1.1 r
But Cancer couldn't care lest PERSONALSMrs. : Only $100 dn. $H4.90 a mo. Gonorth BuyNowAndSave \ U -." ;.:-.r' ',. .,., 'I.'10 .1 Slit.'I | .
who it takes : T.F. Brown on 30t past new court. 'I."IIn. Green A"'r"s !sub-dlvls- i FOR RENT Kinsley Lake. .. ... i .1, "l ". ,0 I. ,"'." IMC .ri.
Phone' !PM-!>mn 4tch 2-5 'i.;I I ',. h.
It devours whoever It can. weekend in Orange house! turn left on Davis S I SOc to $1.00 I New brick duplex ->pirtmnnt

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phone 964-6818 Go approx. 1 block. house on FOR !SALE Select Northern Phone 964-539J 1 or 964-7783 Mer-
I hope this is making sick children.Mr. left. We finance. N" R"d Tape Per Gallon
you '"'> white quail (breeders). Al- I .ritt! Wllll-tins._tfchg Smith
:Maybe it'll Write House For Sale. P. O.JJ..x I PlumbingAND
open your eyes. and Mrs. E.D. .- : .o Tennessee Reis.:! Tennessee i
And you get away from that of Des Moines la. ELECTRIC TALLY- 7137 Orlando or call ((303'' i Blonds: pnd Button quail E. RBovprs. PAINTS AND FOR RENT --Fut-.ished apartments -
monster called Cancer. last week with Mrs. 424-4W1. 3tP l-2 I j Also hou e for sale Incc.infy
Add Machines, with I ( R*. 1 Box 206. Branford Supply CompanyI
Hiding in cigarettes' disguise.So Belle Brown and Mr. I,i Small loin payment
SPECIAL. this L1.! nnn. atchg 2-2S I
E.L. Birt. National Dewing VV. H Nollman. tfchg/
Paint _
only, $69.95. Ideal for
get rid of those little killers, :Mrs. C.R. Hicks FAYR'S FABRICS D"ess. SuppliesFor
or light office work.- Machine Co. FOR SALE-Large lot 110 ft. I Contracting and repair
Throw 'em away this very Hicks attended the I I draO"1"tapes'ry.. first quality\
hour. symphonic band winter County Telegraph tf 1 "nd seconds. Ooen Monday ., x 110 ft. ns: 'e city 1-mits. City Plumbing Fixture -
T srrst selections from which, AllPurposes : water and electricity. Ideal for
Ask the Lord Jesus to save you, Thursday evening your rentals with me. re- thru Thursjav! a.m. t') Water Heater Pumps -
And quit smoking through God'smighty Seaman Ronnie 0., rh-vwe. Pfaff. Necchl. N lco. house trailer or house. $850 Irrigation Iron Fillers
or commercial. A. J. n.m. S.i u/dav 9 f" 9: Sunday
home "'IT' Home ft Universal.! Phon.- 9f)466IO. tfchg
power. from his Coast '
Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. 1 '0 6. We now honcr BankAmerca'ard. Water SoftenersPHONES
station at Jupiter. ThU Ad Worth $3.00 On Any
TFC Hwy 301 1', mjt' FOR LELarge corner( lot

...-........-...,..-,....,..-...,".*'-...w..-..-...-:'.....-'....-........ w....... .....". ..-.''..-.' CASH REOIS- Purchase or Repairs I Mo'-th nf Wal- nn 301.FLP tfc" 102 EAST 110 ft. x 110 ft. inside! city lim
378-135S its. Septic tank good l.iwn.
611 W. University Ave. :
: 2-total electrl:, slightly 1I/TED-\'ale/ : to build

SEE US FOR Cost new. $420. Save $100. IF WE DON'T H\VE IT 'Ir<.!lIs'ri11 pallets. Aoolv at BROWNLEESTREET water.shrubbery.electricity concrete! : and slab gas. Will city 961-6023 or 961-58321 t i

sale price $320.-Bradford we'll gel it for you. Office ,,, MuMi" Lumber: Cn. 5 m'le-s pour 2nd concrete slab for ( Please make a note ofl
Telegraph tf SfOhf, Starke 01".301. Phone0c4.74n0 ,
-- Cnpp1les. Fur"Hure. Equlr- Itch7! ..: .' ...;-: :.- :t,.. ...: ;.:-'" hou'e trailer. $1,500 Phone 964- our numbers In your
$ EXTRA CASH $ : 606 Pinewood Drive me"'. -. Bradford ('ou"'" 6610. tfchg phooeboot>t 4
!rent adults preferred no FOR WFNT -1 bedroom furn- FILAMENT Strapping Tape.

pets. A. J. Thomas: Real- : *afe and fast with GoBs 1 lsh!t"1 amrtment, suitable for 34" x 60 yar.1s $J.50 Single WANTED TO BUYor rent.
964-5701. t-4ch"To" <- n-orkln, l'rl.I roll. Bra ford Telegraph Ncr: :3 I hedro'm houe. 1.100 sq.
( Don't let a 'lack of Tiblsts & E-Vap "waterpills" : rran o ( : County
: Incited '
ft. :1' lirgr in nicr.J'hrhcd. <
: \ Tt'lItIfurnished i Phone 964m tf
Acres of land South of Andrews Pharmacy I .' Charles Go"d-- Shrubs Azaleas Camellias
worry you. If it's 6tp 2.2 ;70 W".O rill S>. ItcherCPRT ; Ornamental trees. Gjraniuras.
on U.S. 301, part clear cwus.W.Ic1'd St.. Live Oak. Fla.

4'i i:7 worthwhile purpose, ]] and improved. A. J. Thom- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY CARPET 'n tallat1.n, Southern Marine ')*-.' "f>"-9lO :r 289-2911. Max- Ferns and Others. Mrs. V. R.

I\ ReaUor, StArke. Florida. Wanted producer to furnish i i_rn w4-7RRq after 6 p.m. tfchg vll'! FU 2tp l-2'l Ferguson, Raiford Road. 9646227. -
3tchg 1-29 2.12
s arrange a personal] :Moved To GainesvilleNew : _
facilities\ and labors for produc.
WEIGHT safely With FOR RENT Small house. FOR RENT--OT> bedroom cct-
: \- BD 'TI to meet your needs Tablets. Only !fl8c a: I Inn eggs' on contract bass' I f'irn'sh for couple' orly. R. NameGainesville ':, -? :on; N'r-h Walnut S'. Nicet..lrnsht'd. FOR RENT -FurnIshed apartment -
Goad: money making opportun- living room, bedroom
""' Dru r. Stp 2-19 i W Bron-en. S?O We-t' Weldon Marine I. : l Ca'l 964-7831.
<:;, terms to fit your !tv Contact Florida State Hatcheries I !S'. W4-6449. ttpI Jtchg ktchen: and breakfast room.

i TO BUY -Minimum of Galnesvllls. or phone LYNN \M1LTON: MGR. __ __ 331 Cark St. Mrs. D. L. Silcox.
of land with or wlth- :372-0468. 4tp 2-19 FOR SALE::-1 GE Record Play- tfchR
CALL OR I FOR R 2NT-1 bedroom apart-
: VISIT US TODAY 1 riotisp. Call 964-5356. 2tp 2-5 Jow-! 'n Mctors Cobn! Boat el. Maks offer Call after 6 p.m. ,
: I FOR SALE 4 Bed-oom. 2 bath I m-nt furnished. Fr couple orC'l'lIpl' :Marine 9647337. It FOR SALE-1958 Ford VO. tu-
Ltxtns Up To $600 1 SALE2 bedroom block CB Home: "nd acre land be- !' with small chill no Supplies !cr. automatic.! raHo.: heater.

( 2 acres ground, So. 100. w-en Sfnke anj Keystone I p'ts. 509 Center St. Mrs. Gold'. 1130 E. University Ave. FOR SALE-1-53 gallon kero. Can be seen at 406 S. ThompSt -

964-6120 or Heights. Small equ'ty and as- .I Martin. Itch Gainesville 53-e tank on stand arcl used efie- 3 p.m. Can be boughtat

..TOWN FINANCE CO. I 9646260.2tp 2-3'| "me FUS mortgage. Phone "NEED MONEY-Collec-t 70 Heater For 'nformatlon, call right price Phone 964-6234.

4. 4TM87 nf'erB p m. LTP aftr6 p.m 964-7337. 1t 2tp 2-3
-to Purchase houe f your accounts receivable upt FOR SALE-1963 Plymouth, V8.

226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. STAHKE '"lI'slt'v Lake for cash. LEGAL FORMS. Brad five :rears old For dta'ls, !lUck ,'11ft ridio and heat' r. LABEL :MAKERS from FOR S4LE-3 bedroom blockhouse

Ph. I Writs Box -alatka, Florlia Ss.1: O b Brown's Standard Bradford ('OUOfy Tele- reasonable 964-
P. O. Box 298 Lake But- ford County Telegraph. 894. at o.93-! : Phone
.... 1 Fla. tfchg 964-6303. !: ." Stp 2-5! St.v'vi: : Itp eranh. Ph !964-6305. I 6120. lech



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