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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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Gainesville Fla. 326.1 1


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Vol. 91 15c

No. :33



Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven V

Starke, Florida, Thursday, February 5, 1970Two

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Ir Flooded In Rain

Almost> !six inches of

rain Monday night, fallingon
Legislative Hearing' ground that was already

saturated from a

prolonged wet fall and

winter, flooded strawberryfields
Set Next WednesdayA and chicken houses

in the Heilbronn area, and

left residents' in some
]legislative hearing for the Courthouse.The sections stranded hy wash
purpose of ,public presentationof hearing has been scheduled ed out bridges and road
proposed local legislation] la :. by Bradford County's beds.
set Wednesday Feb. 11, at 4:30: three state legislators.! Sen.
p.m. In the Bradford County Bob Saunders 'of Oa'nesvllle. The flood followed by freezing

r Rep. Ralph Tyra of Lake City, temp l'atures (122 degrees)
n r t ..,.f p v 4 vp rx and Rep. Gent! Shaw, Stnrke, Wednesday morning tack a toll
to afford all citizens an oppor- Higher tunity! to be heard( on any matters the Harvey McCarthy chicken
which they wish presented. ranch near Hsilbornn.
or which might arise during Another heavy loss cf an estimated
tfte 1970 session of the Florida! : 8,000 chickens was reported
Phone Legislature which convenes the at the Ernie Newsome
first week In April. ,farm on) State Road ]100 (south)
The three legislators! have where water overflowing, fromA
agreed that local legislation nearby swamp flooded chicken '
should be at minimum as a houses.
result cf the vast home rule Jack Trnwlck. county sanitarian
powers granted! to the counties said a massive burial!
and municipalities by the 19C.8 operation was underway Wednesday -
Florida Constitution and the afternoon .by the Mosquito -
AiredMore IflfiO session! of the> legislature.] Control project (In chargeof
With some exceptions: the sanitary land-fill operations!
County Comm'sslan now has In the county) burying the dead:

v lines and more com- ,authority uner: the new home chicken at the Santa Fe land
pM. 4 installations have been rule to pass: ordinances governIng fill\ near the overpas on SR-100.
_. _._. ._ plicated I
cited to the County Commission most county governmental "That's the only dry place in
as reasons why phone bills functions: which formerly required the county." Trawick said.

of three fryer houses at the Harvey.: McCarthy About two-thirdv of the house shown above was In the new courthouse are about a local bill to be passed At least IS acres of strawberries

i' chicken ranch at Heilbronn Springs looked like about, knee deep in water. Chickens drowned double those in the old build- through the, Florida Legislature. along Wateroak Creek

S this Tuesday morning as the Water Oak pond !;smothered and died of exposure to the cold weatherand ing.In Bradford: County has yet how*o 'were Tinder water and: a simllir \
the old courthouse there enact its' first amount of winter greens
overflowed. !McCarthy credited a blocked drainage water. !McCarthy couldn't move them to another were 14 telephones 7 lines, ever. were submerge I

ditch the county can't get right-of-way to open and a single key system, the The legislative delegation wilt County Agent O. T. HugginS
with causing the loss of between 15,000 and 18,000 house because!! the fryers smother when Commission was told Mondayby be available to answer questions aid that conditions were the

eight-week-old fryers. The birds would have left crowded into too small an area. The county helped Gerald Williams, managerof or take up any topic worst experienced during! his
the ranch Tuesday! had not the disaster occurred. McCarthy bury the dead birds. the local office of the Florida brought up. All persons wishing tenure here, with the po slblo
State Telephone Co. present, any matter to the exception of the early 1950s.
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0. In contrast the new courthouse ]Icg'slative, delegation] are urged The Florida Forest service reported ;1
has 31 telephones, 12 to be present, the delegationdays. an average! of 5.31 Inches
Preliminary Plans lines, and each of the 12 lines of rain falling In the county ,
has a key system which pro- One matter to be presented! fr m 8 a.m. Monday to 8 a.m. .
vides expanded telephone func- the delegation that of getting Tuesday: brinR'.n. the total to
tions, Williams said. the state Department of Trans 11,41 Inches since January 1,
Local service in the old courthouse portation to grads and main More rain had fallen here in
cost the county $1 5.95, tain driveways' along major ,a shorter period but coming on
Asked On HallArchitect but in the new building went to highways in the county The top of a wet year In 1969. which
City Williams said. Thecounty's
Jfi1; ; pw. ,$349.95, phone service, along Bradford County Commission brought a total of almost seven
will be present at the hearingto feet of rain over the coun'y the
with service to everybody else,
bring up that topic. water falling! \ Monday night! had
Don has by a 3-2 vote. Councilman man Jimmy McRae voted with increased last month. Local
The Commission! note: Mon nowhere to go. since the ground
Wiggins and Nolin voted Tucker and Bowen to service in January cost the
against carrv the
been by the City
day, at Its !regular] meeting wns already saturated and
Council to make preliminaryplans establishing the fund, but Chair- (Continued on Page Four) county $397. '
"We tried possibleto that the county pays 1 the DOT streams ani ditches were full.Ilal'oU. .
every way
including a color sketch to maintain the driveways but Norman strawberry
of the cost
of a proposed hew city hall Williams make you told aware the Commission., has been' unable to get any response grower of the Wateroak section -
for the City of Starke.In Board Seeks Action lie brought with his a letter from the state agency said that: water in the
a 3-0 vote Tuesday night,
written almost two years ago to repair driveways. Comm's- creek was still rising Wednes
on which Councilman One Wig- setting forth the $349 bill the loner Buck Norman pall: board day morning and that florid
gins abstained, the Council county would face for local members keep getting call conditions! there were the worst
approved expenditure of about On Driveway ProblemContinuing -'-..< :. .:.:A -- -' service. Williams said he met from resdents! about .drivewaysand he remembers. He attributedthe
$2,000 to
Morgan proceed
of several with each county official to don't understand:! why the condition to the fact that
with planning the new building. Harold Norman was one growers
explain the charges for the county can't get something CMC: hal: ,been partly cleaned
Councilman Neil Tucker made whose strawberry fields in the Wnteroak section
done. out. but had been stopped at
the motion and Councilman comolalnts about Conrnlss'oi'r! J. M. (IB'Jck) were flooded this!! week.Chicken. (Continued: on Page Four: ) Heilbronn by right-of-way trou
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Jimmy Bowen gave the second.It the poor condition of driveways! Norman got 'h<* Board to agreeto :
passed when Councilman P.T. along stat road r'ghtofwayshave : meet with the district engineer bles.About
half: of Jimmy Gaskln
Nolin voted with them.A .
resulted: in plans by the of the DOT at Lake
20-acres of strawberries were
:motion by Bowen to
es. County Commission! to take the about ma'nfe-anc1 of DisConsidere Lawd
tablish a building fund using City : posal flooded. Norman had: about
funds from the pole rental to problem before the B-adfrrd driveways betwen stats road three acre! under water and
be charged the Florida State leg'slatlve delegation and Department right-cf-way lines! and the ej\e Luther Hlllard report! two
Telephone Company also got cf Transportation! engineers of the pavTripnt.') The equity, acres flooded.: Edwin Starl'n'
approval :of the Council, but In Lake City.Hampton pavs the DOT to keep driveways and Buddy Norman also had
along' state roadi ''n repair water troubles.

Shrove Tuesday but his: been unable to By Boardallowance HuggIns said there was morewaer
get the DOT to do the repairs standing: : on the ground
Pancake SupperSt. Man Norman pointed! :! out. in all sections!! of the county
"I want to go down flrhtlnot" than he had ever seen. Pondsan
Mark'sParish Norman said Comml's'oT'ers Intentions of requiring poultry erators to eliminate pollution, to $30 per day, and ter at the fairgrounds for the puddles everywhere were
House Fatally ShotIn Ralph Bryan and: Jjss's Chas- owners to use Incinerators to Trawick said. have major medical insurance state unemployment agency. covered with Ice after Wednesday -
taln supported] ] Norman's sug- dispose of dead chickens have The sanitarian said he would benefits included In their pol- -Approved a clese out PaYment morning's! fwsze.:!
Tues., Feb. 10 gestion. been voiced by the Bradford send for copies of the Lake icy. Cost would be $9.88 for of $30,198 to Ernest R. E. Jane, county road fore-
5:30 to 7:30 Gainesville "People thl-k! Its oar re t>-nstt County Commission. County law and from one other a single person and $24.81 fora Trlest, courthouse contractor man fnld: he had been unableto
>llity ani: It Is. even thc'J?h Indications are the CommIs- Florida county which now requires family policy. MIxon said upon recommendation of Architect get Into some sect'cns of the
Adults $1 we ]pay someone! else ''tr"" '' DOT) sion plans to use its new home Incineration.Yawn asked Blue Cross requires that the Frank George who said county to( survey:! the road and
Children, 50cWoman's William James Daughman 25, to do it," Brvan a'd. "If they rule powers to require by ordinance that Trawick pass the sample employer contribute at least Trlest had met his obligations. bridgs! of shotThursday don't do it It.!! still' doe-n't. relieve the incineration of dead ordinances on to him. $5 per month toward the policyas George recommended that and other damages! was
Hampton was fatally
of ,, ( poultry. If so, it will be the an incentive to the employees be withheld from
Us our respons'billty, $6,000 a worst that hs remembers. Residents
ClubFeb. : night, Jan. 29, In
he added. first time the Commission will In other business: to Join the group. County plumbing contractor who did not of several sections were
bar-lounge of which he was co- Commissioners! n'trf! they have used it the home rule -Bids were taken under con- employees are presently insured complete his work and that Isolated due to washed, out
11, 3:30 P.M. owner and operator at 2331 SE are still recelv'n! c-mp'a'nta' granted by the 1969 Florida sideration for airconditioningand in two groupsthe courthouse Trlest be paid $282 for three bridges. .
Hawthorns Road:! Gainesville. Legislature.Some heating and plumbing maintenance employees and the extras he Included In the court-
about the poor con-Ji'1-n of the Trawick reported that some
Speaker Witnesses sali the unidentified
poultry farmers are at the new courthouse) Bradford County fixed salary
house job at the okay of George.
Peoolc feel the
driveways. It's septic tanks in the Lawtey and
James Basfield man firing the fatal shot again dumping dead chickensIn and
building, emergency employees.
ag Final to the Bowen
county res.porsib'11'V!\ : and rant 1 north of Starke area had quit
Assistant State was! using profane language the woods, leaving them to operations center. Bids were -Garbage Increase by 5,000 Supply Co. and the Bradford
understand the Commission !
why due to
Scientist In the ,bar. and that Doughman: decay and breed flies, County from George Brown, heatingand cubic yards in 1969 over the County Telegraph, furniture the groundwater
asked him to leave. can't do something! Nor Sanitarian Jack Trawick told air-conditioning only previous year, Sanitarian Tra- suppliers, were also approved. tabla rising to surface
Soil Conservation The man reportedly said. "I man said. the Commission Monday. lie $1,500 per year; Smith Plumb- wick told the Board. -Authorized Clerk Inman J level.
GainesvilleThis don't have to leave" drawing The Commission! plan to said he is looking into a local Ing, plumbing only, $600 per -Bid for county gasoline, Green to call for bids on main- The Florida Forest Service
& .38 calibre! revolver and bring the driveway mat'ebe. law by which incinerators could year; lIanberry & Dickinsonof kerosene oil and various kinds tenance of the courthouse .said that: due? to the extremely
shooting Doughman In the fore the 1 rJslativs' be required and that Lake County Gainesville, both services, of lubricants was awarded to elevator. The present agree- wet season they had been able
Space Contributed chest. detection! at county's,thr'J'J1Ic?/hearingset has enacted such a law. $195 per month. Bids were Gulf Oil Company, same firm ment runs until Sept. 1 this .tJ plow: only 44 fire lines sine*
Weekly to Publicize At that point Chairman Zedra turned over to a committee of which had the bid in 1969.Other year, Green said. November. This only 9 per cent
Community Events by Gainesville police pursuedthe Feb.> 11. B"ard members Hamilton asked County Attorney Commissioners Dave Shuford bidders were the BP Oil Co. -Received Information about 'jf the set goal of 500 for the
murderer who headed eastOn hope to get the 1'tc'slatorj' : to T.A. Yawn if the county could and Ralph Bryan for a recom) (old Sinclair) and Standard Oil. the annual mld-yearconterence ;season. whereas! this! time last
The CommunityState Hawthorne Road but mere agree to meet:! DOT engineers:! require that dead chickens be mendation.The Gulf bid 23.15 cents per! gal. of the State Association of County rear. 8J: per cent of the goal
unable to apprehend him. with them. burned under the home rule county attorney was for regular gasoline, 12.13 cents Commission to take place had been reached.

Bank Doughman at time The Commission! also iv pee! provisions. Yawn replied that asked to investigate whether or for diesel fuel and 14.48 cents Feb. 22-24 In Tampa at the "It's Just been too wet ,to
was one rnrel, incinerators can be requiredby not the county can contributea for kerosene and was also low Manger Motor Inn. 1 plow," a spokesman sa!' employed to with DOT
meet p
as tower officer at
Accounts now injured b-KTt ordinance. portion of an employee's hospitalization bidder on almost every Item. -The Board was told the clerk 1 he; people we will get to them
the Florida to the annual
State Prison, but prior What about air pollution, Insurance Pre -Okayed use of the commIs- had received excellent cooper1 as soon AI we can."
up to $20,000 by was no longer employed:! there.H hearing on the DOT'S five year' Commissioner Ralph Bryan mlum. Daryl Mixon, Blue Cross sion meeting room for a legis- ation from various county agencies Luther Hlllard said that oodaer.
Federal Deposit Insurance also had in seconary road proam which asked? The Lake County law said .
representative, employees lative hearing on Feb. 11. the Bradford County Hos1 from Water Oak bad In-
Corp. "Hampton Recreation," a Is set March 13 at 3:30: p-ffl. In has required the installationof desire to combine their two -Ordered space allocated In -
(Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Pour' )
business in Hampton. Lake City. after burners on the Incin groups, increase their room the emergency operations cen-


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I Delta Kappa Gamma Stork Shower

Interest To. I Meets At Ocala For Mrs. DouglasAt

1 1'k ; Edwards HomeMrs.
"WorW Culture: In
S BaaU for Actwn" was' tiM
WOMEN e theme of a lecture by Hubert: Wayne Douglas vs boa
P. Robinson! prrftswr of ecooomJcs. ored at a stork shower Mondaynight :
St. Johns River fus'or at the home of Mrs J.
College before! District!' II mem- M. Edwards Jr. with Mrs Bob!
>Gladys Mooty: Phone 94.7C08 >k, aw r Y,
- - - bers of Delta Kappa GammaSafety. Smith a* coho.atest.A

Siturday T!'* meeting pink and blue baby theme ,
Cayle BoatwrightIs and lunsheoawere! held In ttColJei -' was carried out in the party ,
j $ HJls Golf and Country: I ,. decoration: The refreshment
Honor Guest A
jJ r Club! in Ocala from 9 until 2 table was covered with a whit .
r 1 cutwork cloth and centered .
At Bridal Shower .A 1 + y o'clock.
Mrs. Edrra Hart gave a progress with awhite floral arrange-

Ml a Gayle Boatwright. bride- report of Alpr* Na chapter 1I ment. ExtsnJJnr from the.."
t +4 elect of Tommy Thiaaas:: whose by using an acrotlc of the chandeler over the table were II
e.r m rraee wKl bs an event of chapter name. Mrs. Muriel pink and blue streamers A .
t i Feb, 14. ura* honored at a bridal Norman: ws recordrr for !the stork centered the gift tabls.
shower Saturday night:/ in the meeting and :Miss Kathryn: BarberMooreVows The thirty! guests enjjysd:

Mason Stre-i Baptist Ch'jrch Epperson a state officer! gavea ExchangedIn games with prizes during the
feJnh'J! hall. H3stss' were report on her chairmanship.! evening.

Mr*. R'idHh A:: rew, Sirs Local members attending Norfolk Va.Mss .
Craig Pa-Jzett.!; Mrs. A. W. \.N were: 'frs. Hart :Mrs. Norman

Chapman Mrs. Geneva< Tan. ]r L. :Miss Epperson. :Mrs Will: Judje: Miry Barter and
Dolly Pace Mrs N. :Mae Dsntoa. M-s. Tomjn No-
rer: Mrs. '. James Thomas Moore: Ed were
R. Roller and Mrs. Eugene Hn. Mrs. Helen Johns.: Mis married: Saturday.' Jan. 24. at 3pm.
Tan: er. Delia Rosenbrj.! Mrs. Evelyn la Wesley Memorial UrilelMsibodUt
Barbara Tanner Weds Randall JoynerIn Haney. and Mrs Maureen Paul.Carolyn Cauich Nonollc. Va.

A Valentine them VH carried Old Providence Baptist Church RiteS The ceremonywas pjrfonnedby
1 it out in the party decorattons I the Rsv. Robert A RCM.
'WI'h Urgered hearts Ml'j Bartara Tanner, daughter backthunl of n?;.I'I"! sreenery The 5 ris: is the daughter of f1_
placed at vantage politv Cen- of Mrs. R. O. Lyons el Lake and branched cathedral cawle- ..iY Mr. ani: airs Frank Oscar Barber -
trin the refreshment table B-atr and: L'm"r Tarn*r of labra. of Norfolk.> > The bridegroomIs >
was an arrangement cf red: ca Providence, and PhJll'p! Ran. Francis! War brothr-in- the son of James T. Moore
mellias. tail! Joyner on of Mr. and law of the groom w* best cl Starke and Mrs. Roseniwsli>
Mrs. Nal: P. Jsyner of Starts man. TJ.*"tt t were Jerry Malow- Moore cf K-ngsley Laie.
< Th hostesses presented tM repa4 h'r w'iflng: vows In ski brthr-: n-Iaw cj the groom, The altar was scrated with ra
y hon ree with a set of Francis! a casdteKii'ht: ceremony on Eat- Bud: Parrh!' and Leaton Morgan : pedestal basics of white

can china as a memento cf the urdav. Jjn 17. at 8 p.m. :In The ring bearer was Randy mums. gladioli: and fern against<
\ occasion. the O31 Pravl!"'ncs Baptist Crolt. a background of potted: palmsan
The approximately: 30 guests Church: In Prov! enjoyed games arts refreshments Ar.nT-rnr..nt- of '1I'h'tIridal: horc-: hr sIs'T. Ml!s Janice J bride given In marriageby
during the evening flowers: were used aiin! a Tanner Her Iro<:'< was! a 1'ght t her father wore a wnita /-'

\ Royal blue velvet flier length floor length! gown: with lacebodice
ChristenOf Becomes Bride modl feit-jrlng' a Nro cllar, and long lace sleeves
Shirley Joan sea skirt: and! Ion sle! '!ves. DyalSavageV
A-lln :
.'; IILaIi. I w '&. I "' IIIW and chapel trail. Hir elbow
Mr. Smith In Jacks ionville Ceremony Her headpiece: was of match'jig! secured by lace
length veil was \ Told
Crews Weds Robert M.
I Carolyn AutryIn blue velvet and she carried a petals encrusted with seed
Miss Sh'rley Joan Christensen cucl1- DIrk -natior.s: tied cascade
Home Ceremony Saturday Jan. 24 pearls. She carried a
laughter of Mr. and Mn. with hot pink arrangement of white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Brinson W.

Kin! Miry Carolyn Crews, bride's table! wa covered with Herbert A. Christensen of Law- The bridesmaid, Miss' Clwna' : 1 tl, Miss Suan L. Barter: washer :Savage announce the marriage:
daughter til Mr. an! Mr*. L'!ilr J a white lar, cloth our ysllo-w fey and Claue:! Smith Hu hey Joyner, l's1'r of tie eroom. -. ''' sister's mats: of honor.: > She of their daughter Cheryl to
I Cr.*'.!, aril! Revert Mlchi: :I 1 ar! > and centered with a three Jr.. lion cf Mr. an3:! Mrs C. S. Miss' Charlotte Parrlsh, and wore :a pals yellow floor length David: Eugene Dyal. son of Mr.
Autry. son cf Lt. Col.:! arvj Mr i. Robert Lawrenc:s with white! Hatn! belts. Around: were united In marriage on t gowns ldjn 'cal to: that of the carnation rosegay.:: Bridesmaids Lake! on December 24 in
Autry. were' united! In ma'rlagi p itut cake on a reflector was a Jan. 17 at 3 pm. in st. Mat- 6 honor att rdnt and carried Wed Mr HunterMr. were Misss Maria L. Moore, Mobile Ala.
Saturday.: Jan. 24. In the pre," ruttls of Illusion Jntrstx-rK' d! thews Catholc Church In Jack- bouquets of plrk: carnations. sister of the groom> Vina Lou Mrs. Dyal graduated from
rncof r1L'lIvc'I.! : Rev. R-.bcr t 1 with fern sn'4 da'ilcs.: Flank- onvjle.: Rev. Edward A. KIrbY ? lf = Little! Miss: Sissy Croft was avid Mrs. Paul I. Meng Hayes -of Virginia! : Bah and Bradford High School and attended
the performed the nuptials: assisted flower girl and her frockwas announc* the en!'.r.ment andanpronching
D. Burch pciforrnsd: nup' Inu the r.Usrpiece! wre ally:r Alice E. Danisls. The attendants Berry Business CollegeIn
< by Brother William: Chrlstsnen. mad In similar lines. marriage! theirdaughter. her
floor Ca. Before
emerald Brunswick.
coT'llabra) : with white/ tapers wore green
laM.Th'! couple ntsod; before m 1 Mm. Milton Wheel of Lace! I 8M brother of the bride: The bride was lovely In her Carolyn: Mae: to length gowns and carried yel- marriage she was employed at
Baskets cf white carnation weeding: gown of satin, trimmed Th'!r n Carl Hunter son: of '
prrh of burning tapers hstwsr 1 City cousin of the brl:e, cut t low carnation nosegays. the Veterans Hospital: Oa'nes'V111e. -
flcorkst: fill"! with! glad.' the bride's cake. 'and mums, against a background : with rose: brccad Hr Mrs. A. H. Lsrasse of Kevstoie Mr. Moore was his son's beat! Mr. D"'"I .'" ......rf'...f.i .
loll mums and sha ta daisies,, Mrs. Wlllard! Durrance ol f, of branched candelabrawith :: dress was fashioned w'th a Heights and th"l lat Carl M. man. Groomsman were StephenJ. from Bradford High School and
wlh fem tree In tip hick' whit tapers decorated the Nero: collar covered! : with rose Hunter of YAk City.
Vincent Col
WauchuH cousin' of the (groom, Slye cf Seattle Wash., attended: Santa }'e Junior
ground. i; aKar. brocade and the bee! was of Miss! M-ner I li a graduate of S.
wr'vcd punch from a crystal], L. KMPP of Carreton,
Given In marrloBi by her bowl surrounded: by fern and Mrs.' Mitchell and Mr?. George ch'ffon. Th! floor length gown Bradford H'h ch'M' and Is D., and Robert Wallace of Or- lege.After wedding trip to Shoal
father, Ihs br'Je: wore a nlrf\! t\t: dalrlea. organist and soloist, provided terminated In a chapel train, employed by Fir.t Fede-al Sir-! lando. Miss! and New Orleans La.,
length gown of white nllk! chit! .. Following a IIhlrtWpddlnB/ a program cf nuptial: .....1 mae: of net and trimmed! In ins and Loan Association of A recpton'as: held In the :Mr. af1Jj Mrs. Dyal are residing

fon over tatl la. The (!rnplr; I trip the CQtJpIo Is resl'Ing! '! at t music. rose brocade Sirs carried a Stark church social: hall. Pedestal near Fort Myers, where Mr.
wa'/itlln!/ van BCllIted :wit: Kln({ lsy: Lake Th brldutravslcd Mr. Hughey attends: :! his son :length gown of organza embroidered bonqust= of white: brldVs: rosebuds Mr. Hunt h also! a (graduate baskets of white mums and<( Dyal Is associated: with Lehigh
best U.,hrs Lar- with Venice Jace centered with a white cr- of Bradford! Web School
a bow The long full lirve In a Navy blue dress as man. were : : gladioli were placed at pointsof Acres.
had tiny cuff trlmrn wM with a red ant white full ry Lanler of Biloxl Miss: and .over brltfat faffta with a detachable chid. and '01 empbved' by the I.B.E.W. Interest. The bride's table
HenJrlcki Bsthunc S. chapel train. The fitted After spending, some time In GalTMfville.Th .
dainty lac. Thin stand away length: chsck-d;1 vest with Navy George was covered with a white net
neckl'nlVa'l) nlfo ecci'nt-'fl with I ,blue acc'nsorle. C.Mrs. : bodice: featursl: an oval with their guests' the counle wedding! !! will b! an eventof cloth over aat'.n! and centeredwith Little WomenTo
lace.: A 'Ilk organza! : tiered b->'.v The brlds! attended' :! Keystone Kathleen' Lanlr of Or- neckline and Bishop: ; sleeves left on'a wfdlri!!:! trIp. Th Saturcfav. Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. four-tiered wedding cake.
: a
Alcur":1: her vll if Illuilon, eights: HlKh School.! land') attended as matron of The three tier bouffant veil of brt4e traveled !in a lluht; bluecoat : In St. Wll'lam C..tI10ic! Chunh Hear FuquaChief
She carr'e'l' n (:'ara-1f houciue1 t: The groom fa-'iiatc'l In lfi! honor. She wore a rose, floors : ;Illusion was secured to a calot dress. trlmnrsd! :In Navy In Kenn! Hilghts.! Standing In the receiving line
of white rr< n<>n a-d daisies wit I from BUS and |ls attending length sheer gown, and 'a cap I cap cf pearls lace and cryst*>li. blue and Navy blue accessor No, invitations are bring Issued were the bride:::! and groom. Mr. of Police Ken Fuqua
white rlfcbon streamers Florida T'chnolojflcal Univerulty .. of pearls' secured she short i She tarried a flowing noe gay tee! With this she wore an orchid but' all fr>: n's a": 1 4 'Na and Mrs Barber. Mr. and Mrs. will be the speaker at the L'.t-
Mist, Suoin Autry. ,liter ol f t In Orlando. veil. She carried a single white of white carnations centered : ooriage. lives
the! aroorn, wins maid She wore a street I length min'! I '!s Sharon Law"onan:! A reeep;' Ion wa< held In the The counle is raiding! lit 101A: --- --- After\ a wedding trip to Boca club hcusa. Hostesses fr the

green 11l1k! c' pi fl J"et' end car. St. Mark's Women Brenda Logan of Jacksonvllla church hall where baskets of O:>use Street, Hlnesv'll: Oaf. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Alder Ratan the couple! win: reside In evening will be Robyn Warren
red: a no" ':(:ay of white shnAta were brlde3mal!II. They wore white carnations and mums where SP-4 Joyner will bs stationed : of Cleveland, Ohio are visiting: Norfolk Va. where) Mr. Moore and Denise Winkler; All members -
dalHle with yMl'W lIatn: I To Meet Monday gowns Identical to the honor were used at point: of interest. at Fort Stewart, Ga. In Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Moore for la stationed with the Navy. are urged to attend.
streamers nn 1 nylon rUff" attendant's, and each carried Standing In the receiving line the U. S. Army. several days.
Albert Cvton of Albany Oi.,, a single wh't-'! : rOSa with, pals were the brldi nnd groom, USHIO, 104
cousin of the groom! bnst mim. Church will meet Klmbrrly Joy Christensen\ was Mlsi Pamela Cappa
A lee'.salon: was alio held/ al t Monday. Fsl! 9. at 7:30: ) p.m. flower girl and Kevin Chrlstenen kept the brlda's: bock.
the Crews h'innwhor" arrangement at the home of Mrs William E. rlngsarer. The bride's taMw: s coverel i : I I k iii 1 :1r
of' mum, dustier-I Carter 1191!! Johns Street. The bride, given In marriage' with a Chantilly'! lace! cloth !

and Kln'liollwcra: : us Acl.! The by her\ father wore a floor .'over pleated taffeta and:! centered .
with a three tiered cake. --
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Balancing the cake were s'lver : -
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candelabra with: white tapers .F ...--"----- ---
Color Texture Print NewsSpring
and decorated with: sprays of .i.... \ .'
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white carnation ani imllax.! : ,.l,,/ .. I
The two punch table were I
ceversd with lace ani: taffeta ; r'J

/iA IN cloths, centered with crystal "--,, .., .
punch ,bowls and decorated r
NEW with sprays of carnations, It
.mums and grapes! ..... ,
After a> wedding trip to Sea! !
.... hlan'J.' Ca. the couple Is' residing : .
rl. -J, ( ;( at Mountain Home, Idaho 0"1OUI
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''t "t''v. where the i1'oomI\ stationed
/ at the Air FOrce Base. The
: ,;, y i bride t> used for traveling' a Navy ]-PC, LIVINGROOM I
fi' blue dress! wth matching red
white and blue coat and an .loomt Sol.b.d Ask AboutMor.h.g
Club Char

;@ Exciting NoveltyPRINTS :jrchij i The! brUe corsage Is a graduate of ..2 Cochmd Sup end, long.wearing opandcd, cmbeticd plastic, / / / ,
BITS and Massey! Business College 2 Anrop... harps cover wth, floral leaf dengn. Brown run Easy Budget
and was cwoliyed! at the queue, or Gold to match your decor. Terms
,0 :Duval County courthouse and $1499 5 ".eGJcoci wui i+uu 1 Jar I ;hJ"
; it the State Prison.Woman's .

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Yn. Wlll'nm' S. Bans coner. : ; :::::.:.,..:::;. ,... KA JJr .,pA-r I'HtP h. $sa
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vntlon chairman' of the StrksWoman's 'r
Solids And Prints YD. Club: has invited \ 0"l:?'

Jamey:: F. B'-nsfle'd, Ass'stint $17800 V'- .... -... '
I Nrw Spring Mutrrlal$" Wide SPORTSWEAR WEAVE State Sol' Scientist: I to: ryeak: II'':" ... COMPLETE

-Drip Dry Illll or novrr Inrnl'l/f/ at the club m!!tl"s. Feb 11, r
a 100 pnttrrnt 100)% cot Exciting Spring Prints in 100% at 3:30: p.m. It l.i an open meeting : I c>.i-C
inn and pol\r<|Irr IllpniliMl Fnb Cotton Novolty weaves anti and the public; U Invited. 5-PC. DINETTE <
I rl"-'Yl'r 1000) yn'rdL' patterns. Machine washable ,Mr. Brasf" :eld Is a native of ,
45" Wide. .....,. (' r
h's Mi /r1rr. tip .
Us rccelvsJI '
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Bachelor cf Science from ths U.h....... '....d"' 0 I' j
Iowa State:! University.! His i N

STOWE headquarters, trnnsfsrred are in Gainesville there I $4488 i/I ....-- /I _a, I. :-;-. ; !
fABRIC TREMODE being : -. .. :. .. \ r
11 r fABRIC from Wnshlnjton.( D. C. The -. -- .-.::"<: '- - -: _
t DuckwOluht '''blie Is 'top'c of his! spch! will be I _', i' '-- .
muchinu i washable' & Machine wash sble "How Soil Surveys can be used "! ". '-. ..,._-"-"- ..._-- --_-. -- '.I.. ,.
t wrlnkle, reeistmll!: $ 09 fabric needs |little; | In Urban and Suburban Plan ...... ; Bvy All
g Bright now solid or no lronnlSolid ning." -s.; .. : \r :_:;_ ti.i : +[: .w 3 RootsrS'
colors 50% ) colors' In 6S% Kodel C i 1.. ws. -.. s Y ,.-..--' or Each
Hostesses! will te: Mrs. JaT.esV. -
8 f "'!'
Rayon & '' folyoster&35Cot 9 ::: Room
ton, 45" Will.60"4 Cob YO.ton.. 45" Wide. Crosby. chairman: Mrs. \ I \rl :''I' lieU Spor.tiIYf
r YU.'I. Clyde::! Sinclair.: Mrs W. A. 1 07U
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y'' :M INCH' WIDKPRINTS.; L.Hogan K, Mrs.Whitehead! W. II. Mrs Hut C.Mr H.*. \ .r -_: .: : :

NO-IRON Nrtswortliy.! Sirs T. H. Sad3.!
PRINTS Mrs. A. R. Norman.: Mrs Rcb- UII
1 Mod.rn B.droom Suite, shaded finilh. dove Z' ,
1 M Town & ert "tn' k. Mrs 4., O. Gay, 'i tailed drawers, tilting mirror Baked on :'
tia I00i!? COTTON Prints ore 100 Country% Cot.tOtl. MVs. Phil Vall"nJa. Mrs. A. J. ploiticiied tops and tornHh proof hardware ..., .4,
SPECIAL Washable, Barry Mrs. W. T. Jackson 16 PC. SET for long lasting, rnanr.sistant! beauty. '
VALUE shrunk & permanent pe" $ 00 :Mrs. Leer! Crews and Mrs. OF DISHES Compare at $388.38 i' -
C press. Perfect for Milton Wheeler 16 PC. SITTING
) $595 L w- I
drapes & slip-cot tMwtifwl rfili INCLUOIO .
\ Yn. e,.. Spring colors' YO Priced all "" e. -.M Save $2038 --:..-- )
45" WI ,
4 M. Mr. and Mrs. W.F, Swlnyer '

of Keystone Heights were Saturday pp1C>:S ltl .;. _wt., :
evening dinner guests of ,.. IOWbS >FRMS "': -
Mr. and :Mrs. W.H. Nollman.
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:vs.x.w::: ::::: Atlanta Ga
:$ Stanford Hurst of ,
Batten-Patterson Duplicate Bridge Beta Sterna Phi sorority! willncet

;::$%: was W.S.a Slade.Monday Mrs.visitor Slade of also Mrs has EngagementMr. Winners NamedThe FFNew Monday Feb. 9, et 8 p.m. "I.,
. -K;; it the horns of Mrs. A. B.
S as Thursday overnight guests,, Patraywith Mrs L. p. Chaff
3fou ::: Mrs. N.K. Hurst and Mrs.Joyc and Mrs L. W. Batten. Starke Duplicate B-lc:! I is co-hostess. .
;c Moore of Indianapolis,Ind.,who of Route t, Starke announce Club had 3V& tables in play at
|::| are enroute to Pompano Beach r I the engagement of their daughter 'the Pratt Street Recreation Arrivals -:
$,::.......__.u....... .:>. ETHEL
:::;:;:;..:::::.:.:.:.:.:.:::;:.:.:::;:::-:;:::::::::::::::::;::, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::;:::i::;::::::::::::::::'! Louise to JimmIe EdwardPatterson Center Tuesday night A one- .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley son of Mr. ant:: Mrs. (winner type Howell mdvementwas SUBER
W.A. Weldon of Jacksonville were last Wed- used the results Bradford); County Hospital announces \ '.
Mrs. DeWitt Farabee Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patterson, of Route 2, and were:
Jack Eaves Mrs. E.L., Mrs.Matthews and family of Bushnell spent nesday night supper guests of Starke. A summer wedding Is 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clyie T r\Vil. the following: births: ,.. Wishes to announce :
" Mrs. 11.11.! Mrs.- the weekend with Mrs. Gladys Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson. planned. legar Jr.. 23'.4 pts. Mr. and Mrs Irving William t. the openIng -' 1 1r
Adams They also visited Mrs. Lavon HoJge Brocker. a daughter, ,
Titus Olson, Mrs. Charles Weldon. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Through' error the heading 2. Mrs. J. W. Rltch and Mrs. : : .'/ of II IIEthel's
Jackson in Bradford County Jan. 27.
Myra Lynn
Weldon and family of Jackson- Harry Mooty 22 pts.
Sawyer Mrs. Ralph] Diggs over this1 Item In list 'Week's1swe
Mrs. H.C. RItch, Mrs. H.M. ville Joined the family on Sunday Hospital. was written as If for a 3. Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham Hairstyling I

Richarde and Mrs. Walla Llp Mrs. Walla Lipsey spent last ''wedding announcement rather John MuKOline, 20 pts. Jr., Curs a son, Merle Eyrie SATANFormerly :
Jan. 29.
. sey went on a guided tour off than an engagement The weekly tournaments are '
and Located
week with her son-in-law (of Jacksonville -
the Methodist Hospital In Jacksonville Mrs. J.E. Wilson and .Mrs.and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl open to the public and lesson-! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Mar- on Slate Road 225 2 I
, Tuesday as part of Edward Burns of Starke of, St. Wright in Gainesville.Mrs. Miss rev'ew begins at 7:15: p.m. each tin, Lawtey, announce the birth :Miles W. of Lawtey.
the WSCS program. Mrs. John Reeves Rosie Ki'ghtIs Tuesday.: The first round of of a daughter, Esther Arlene, Phone( 7823840ftrtl I;
Petersburg returned Monday A.W. Anderson spent HonoredAt duplicate play starts at 7:45.: born Jan. 27 in Riverside hospital -
from a week's visit with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DIggs and Mrs. J.M. (Butch) Smith last Tuesday to Thursday In Bridal P i'
and daughter, Carol, were in and family In Cocoa Mr. and Callahan with Mr. and Mrs. I
Brooksville over the weekend Wall In St. Augustine John D. Anderson who have
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Far- Mrs. Nat Members In Day- moved there recently from Cocoa Sylvia] Ann Jones Rcs'e Right, brideelectof w

rior and Gordon Sulllns. tona Beach and other friends Mrs. John Anderson left roVed Mr. Tatum RlciarJ: McCarthy, was honcres .
along the coast. Thursday for a month's visit with a celiansous! showwer
Mrs. T.D. Dyal returned last with her parents and relativesIn Mrs. Beatrice J. Jones, ol Saturday! evening, g'ven by
Friday from six weeks visit Mrs. Martha Moore was the Germany. Raiford announces the engagement Mrs. R. L. Reddish! Mrs. S'n- 'Ts,1
with her daughter, Mrs. Joe weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. and approaching marriage clair Htrley jr., Mrs Eugjna
Ellerbee In Panama City. W.E. Baber in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Eldridge of her daughter Sylvia Norman,' Mrs. Glen Norman. )
of Jacksonville and Lloyd Gri- Ann. to Charles W. Tatum. son end Mrs. Freeman! at You Can Now Own A
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hart- der of St. Simons Island were
The Methodist Women's Sunday of Mr .and Mrs. Tom W. Tatum home of the latter.
mann of Rockford 111.are visit- School class had a covered Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmannfor R.H. Grider. of Lawtey. Arrangements of artificial!
dish Monday HOME
supper of the
Miss Jones, daughter
several weeks. the home of Mrs. Olin White flowers(! were used in dscoratinj NEW BRICK
late Billy C. Jones. Is a grad-
celebrating Mrs. X.M. Smith's Mr. and Mrs. Mark N. Her- the party rooms. The din-
SgC Harry Purvis who has birthday. long and Mr. and Mrs. C.W. uate of Union County High ing room table was covered
spent the past two years in Herlong] of Jacksonville were School and the University ol with a lace cloth and centered: If You Own No Lot 9
Germany, has been dischargedfrom Mrs. VV.A. Stern and Miss visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Florida. She Is emnloyed' aa: with a crystal: punch; bowl $200 Down .
service. He and Mrs. Pur- Louise Stern of Starke, and Herlong on Sunday. vis, the former Kay Garbett Mrs. Jessie VVlnn and Mrs. School. Mr. Tatum. ol fern and large camellias. On NO DOWN
are residing in Theressa., Van Dukes of Lake Butler attended Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoi ton Brothers: Lumber Co., each end. -of the table \ve-e decorated i IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY
the Hans Richter piano and family and Mrs. John Phil- Lawbey. graduated: from Brad sleet, crakes mints and
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompson concert tt the Civic Auditor- lips of. Tampa were Sunday ford High :School. nuts in sliver 'Irays. CENTRAL liE AT
Jr. celebrated their 25th ium last Thursday night. visitors of Mr and Mrs. J.G. The wedding will be an eventof S AND .J 1 EDROO\IS: -
wedding anniversary Jan. 24 Hol ton. March 21 at 8 p.m. In the The host.'!4S wore Identical WAI.hTO'AI.I.. CARPET 1
at a family gathering at the Mr. and Mrs. George W. First Baptist Church of Raiford.All .artificial laven-'er: orchid cor-
Thompson home. Among those Brown visited Mrs. James G. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Deesof friends and relatives arc sages and presented the honoree -
attending were their son and Odom in Mandarin on Sunday. Live Oak were visiting Mr. invited to attend.Pancake upon hcr arrival, with an $65 MONTHLY PAYMENT
daughter-in-law Ensign and and Mrs. L.D. Green last artificial doubly:: white orchid!
Mrs. Don Thompson and son of Mrs. Esma Yougue and Mrs. Friday. corsage. The b!" :":Jgroom! Who
Pensacola. Thelma Dean of Fairfield were SupperAt visit's:: mother Mrs. Harvey McCarthy t This F.H.A. 215 Program Is For People
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Stallings of Gainesville St. Mark's and his grandmother! : could not afford a Home Before!
Carol Diggs celebrated her J.G. Caldwell] spent the weeekend with his Mrs. Maud Mott, were also! T >
10th birthday Wednesday night grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. presented artificial!' lavsnJer: CALL FOR INFORMATION"
when her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacksonand C.L. Dinkins. St Mark's Episcopal Churcli orchid
Ralph Dlggs, took her and two sons were in Alachua Sun- is sponsoring\! pancake' supper ) corsages. y
friends Adrian Barry and Ka- day visiting Mrs. Jackson'spa- Melanie Green of Gainesvilleis Tuesday. Feb. 10. in the Parish
thy Taylor] to the Ringling Bros. rents: Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Wall. visiting her grandparents, House from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. Games wen played during Town House EnterprisesOF
Circus in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green from for the benefit of the choir. the evening with prizes fcsinj
No- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Saturday to Thursday. Tickets are SI for adults and awards: to the honoree; Mrs. FLORIDA, INC. '
CYN/3 and Mrs. Robert were dinner guests of Dr. and .SOc for children. Jewel O'Neal, and Mrs. Faye I .
bles of Norfolk] Va., have Mrs. J.W. Fordyce in Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner Jahnssn. Mrs. Lana Dowdy won New Building South :Ml Next to '
moved Into the Cooley cottageon ville Monday night. and family and Wade Winkler the door prize. Electric
KIngsley Lake. Mr. Nobles attended the Ringling Bros.Cir- RightMcCarthyMarriage ; ML's Carol KIght asMstea! : her s\

was discharged from service Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin cus Wednesday night. Set sister with the, cards!, TVrs. S'ncli'r f PHONES--
Jan. 5 and is employed at the Avon Harley' Jo:. downed! three < : 961-6760$ :
He will continuehis and daughter, Cheryl, of : a T !lt)i-6s53: -- -
State Prison. Park spent the weekend with Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mrs. This Saturday: pretty cn'cid's: wt'h ti'.. gift
studies at the Jacksonville March 1. Mrs. Eve Baldwin and Mr. and O.R. Alvarez Jr. and children r'tbon":, ,and:! Miss Diane Hardy
Technical Institute on visited Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Rain
Mrs. Robbie Shaller. k!>t>t the bride's book.
Mrs. Nobles is the former Phyllis in Chiefand! on Sunday.Mr. The marring of Mss! Rosh Eighty guests were Invited! to i3tt]
Darby. Right daughter of Mrs. Tob! '
Mrs. Nelma Keen and Miss attend.
Carolyn Keen were In Eustis and Mrs. C.C. ClaytonJr. O'Neal of Starke and John BRight The. hostesses presents the
Mrs. Ruby Britt and son. and children.] Candy and of Green Cove Springs, I
Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday visiting honoree with a set of teflon
Ray of Ocala spent the weekend C.L. Stockwell and Mr. and Lew, were Saturday visitors of and Richard McCarthy eon ol and memento of liL L i M.
pots pans as a
with Mrs. T.D. Dyal. Mrs. Art Hampy and familyon relatives in Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. Hirvey McCar the occasion.
the Hampy's 25th wedding thy will be solemnized:: : Satu-da]'
Mrs. B.J. Eggers and daugh- anniversary. Also there were Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr. gavea evening, Feb.! 7, at 7 o'clock in I
ter of Jacksonville spent last Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shively] of birthday dinner Sunday for the Heilbrorui Baptist Church, -
Tuesday to Friday with Mr. Warren, Ohio and daughter, Mr. Hogue. Out-of-town guests A reception will follow at the
and Mrs. Tully Norman.Mr. Diana of Brunswick, N.J. were Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. horns of the. briegl'oom'sparents. : : I
Hogue Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D.L. .
and Mrs. Sidney Eman- Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal attended Hogue, Mr. and Mrs. K. Shel- No invitations: are ..being sent,
uel of Enterprise were visit- the Antique Show at the ler, Mrs. Roy Gudal Mrs.Vic- but all friends ar-3; relitives ol
ing relatives here last Thursday Lichtner Museum in St. Augustine toria Williams Mrs. Betty the couple are invited: to attend
and Friday.Mr. Sunday. Acosta Mrs. Nina Foley] and FORD COUNTRY i
Mrs. Pearl] Wright all of Jacksonville -

and Mrs. Robert Taylorand Mrs. Robert Milbank of Rock Mrs. Robert Mllbank j
daughters of Raiford were of Rock Center N.Y., Mrs. BAKE SALES PLANNEDFOR
weekend guestof
Saturday evening supper guestsof City N.Y. was a Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Argo, Brunswick. Ga. and :MARCH OF DIMES

Mr. and Mrs Tully Norman Fred her Vogue parents, Sr. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Harry Felton of Daytona Students of the M'diJls: School WHITE SALE

- Felton of Daytona spent Sat- Beach. will conduct several! bake sales
Mr. and Mrs. p.". Parrishof and Sunday with them. this :Saturday for benefit of th*
Atlanta are visiting Mr. and urday Mrs. Melba Harbin of Atlantic March of Dimes. The sales will I..1)
Mrs. Merritt Williams for a Beach is visiting Mr. and start at 10 a.m. :at the following
week. Joining the family over Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof Mrs. Lester Crews for two locations: Stan's Boo: !ery.
the weekend will be Mr. and Merritt Island spent the weeks. I
Food !
Winn-Dixte, Fair
weekend with Mrs. A.W.
Mrs. L.A. Taylor and daughter -
of Jacksonville. Anderson Sr. A/lc Frank Hardy( of Syracuse Grocery, Koch Drug Store and ITT.
N.Y. is home on ten the Siaike Post Office -
days leave.

ARE YOU RETIREDOR Mrs.Mrs.R.V.George Turner Flynn attended Jr. and the CARD OF THANKS Special Fords.

Florida] State Association of I wish to express my sincere
Supervisors of Elections Midwinter jpprsciat'.on! to all cJ my

meeting at the George 1'1t>ipht!)>:ors and friends! for the Limited
RETIRING? Washington Hotel, Jan. 28-30. tin; words and symnathy offered quantities.

Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Mercer me during the nines'\ and
University, Tom Bitch of 3''each of my husband. Edwin
Supplement Your Income the University of Virginia and Smith .Also for the good food: __
Part Time or Full Time Reggie Flynn of U. of F. were and ,beautIful' nc>we-s. May God: Hurryjf !
all home for the weekend.Mr. :tIles each and every one of
rou.-Mrs, Edwin Smith.
William Black
and Mrs.
NIGHT AUDITOR of> South Bend Ind. spent the
first of the week with Mrs.
APPLV IN PERSON /ergie Flynn.
Local admittances to Bradford -

Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. County Hospital this week
Tucker Holiday Inn 2.W. Beasley were Sunday visItors Include: Vasco Ilazen Dennis
Mr. ,
-- Jackson
\ of their sister Mrs. L.W. Griffis Donald W. N/.19
1 itrichland, in Wildwood. Mrs. Irene Brooks Mrs. Het-
tie Louise Sapp, Mrs. Maggie
Glisson Mrs. Laurie Blanche
1 a // Sapp, James M. Blackshear
t II I l, I i John L. Walker Mrs. MaryP. -r Torino! Low price

Chitty. infant Melody Rose I of the year on the
and Robert E. Stover,
Starling a "Car of the Year"! Has vinyl
Ethel] M. Alldredgeand
Starke Mrs.
NOW Mrs. Lade Epperson Lake ? roof racing mirrors morelAYEI

Butler; William L. Reynolds] ,
Keystone Heights; and Mrs.
Mary Clarke, Melrose. $ !

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EDWARD'S. Starke"' :
Sunday Mara 8-.... sad
flS ...m.'MoacIa7.
Maa. 1:30: a.m.
sea 0 CENTER Wednesday Maa., 1 p m. 1
V Saturday Mass and No- r

yeas 7 p."
Sale-priced special
ST. WILLIAM'S K'ltoM HU edition of
332 N. TEMPLE AVENUE U. S. 301 Sunday MAM. 9 a.m. Galaxie best our seller! Save!' a bundle on a

Wednesday NOTCO,, 7 p.m. th302V-special $AVE !I PickupSpeCalComeswit( h $AVE !I

: \\11 J, !h/ ST. MARY'S. MAcclennj": interior trim! all kinds of most-wanted extras!

.Sunday Mama 11:. ....
::; : H Fish :- Oysters Shrimp Lobster

See how See
you'll save us.
f1l t : l THE BRADFORD .

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: 138 W. Call Street Motors
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. '- ; % Starlce Florida 32091 Terwillegar

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4r f 1 Second at Starke.clan postage Florida. paid

a.... Smbserip41s11 RaUfl Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford
; ;r WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN,, LOOK A In tads area: $3 CO peryear

ROUND. AND GET AQUAINTED. : ; $2.73 alx month... And Union Counties
FRANK and WINNETTE ROGERS; Outside trade area: $3 SO
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1 PROPRIETORS per year; ll.oo ilx months 206 West Madison St. Phone 964.7200 Starke, Fla.


FEB. 5, 1970 TELEGRAPH; PAGE 3paA4

[ Interest To Delta Meets Kappa At Ocala Gamma -, For Stork Mrs.Shower DouglasAt

Edwards Home
"World Culture In Conflict ;
Basis for Action" was the .
WOMEN '' a l S>. Robinson! professor of ecoo.omlcs I ored at a stork shower Monday: '
u St. Johns River Jun'orCollege i1 night at the home of Mrs. J.
before D'strlct'! II mem- M. Edwards Jr. with Mrs.. Bob
Gladys Moot?: Phone 964.71408r1jflI <* r bers of Delta Kappa GammaSociety j j! Smith as co-hostess. ,
A pink and blue baby theme
Saturday: The meeting; ,;;
Gayle BoatwrightIs and luncheon were held In the ir was carried out In the party ,;1i;
Golden:: Hills Golf and Country f decorations.! The refreshmenttable
Honor Guest rBarbara Club In Ocala from 9 until 2 was covered! with a white .'
outwork c1ethan.d: centered J
At Bridal Shower o'clock.
1 white floral(
with a arrange-
Mrs. Edna Hart gave a progress 0 ,
;I Extending: from the,
Miss Gayle Boatwright, ,bride report of Alpha Nu chapter ment. a
I 1 elect of Tommy Thomas whose by using: an acrostic of the II chandelier' over the table* were i It
I lep aye marriage! will bs an event of chapter name. Mrs.: Muriel!: I pink and blue streamers., A..F
centered the gift table.
4 4t
Feb. 14, was honored at a bridal Norman was recorder for the
shower Saturday night In the meeting and Miss Kathryn BarberMooreVows The thrty! guests; enjoyed

Ma'lson! Street Baptist Church Epperson, a state! officer, gavea ExchangedIn games with prizes during the
fel1wsh'p hall Hostesses were report on her chairmanship.Local evening.

Mrs. Reddish Andrews::! Mrs. members attendingwere Norfolk Va. .._
Craig Padgett, Mrs. A. W, : Mrs Hart Mrs. Norman, ------ --

If' ,l. Chapman, Mrs. Geneva Tan. Miss Epperson: Mrs. Willie Miss Judine Mary Barber and
Pace, Mrs. N. Mae Denton M-s. Tomm'e No-
Mrs. Dolly were ;
If nor in
._ ...... _..Swirl: Helen Johns, Miss James Thomas M
R. Rosier, and Mrs. Eugene 1'n! Mrs. married Saturday, Jan. 24. at 3
I t Tanner. Della Rosenberg. Mrs. Evelyn\ Memorial United:
in Wesley
: A Tanner Weds Randall JoynerIn Haney. and Mrs. Maureen Paul Methodist p.m. Cnurch, NonoUc Va.

[: i A Valentine! them was car Old Providence Baptist Church Rites The ceremony was performedby :
'9 ried out in the party decorations '"" the Rev. Robert A ROS e $ F with largered hearts Mi's Bartari Tanner:, daughter background: ': of native: greenery II The bride is the daughter o!
,1. placed at vantage points. Centering of Mrs. R. O. Lyons cf Lake and branched cathedral cande- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oscar: Barber -j''
'" the refreshment table But'-T and LTnir Tanner of labra. of Norfolk. The bridegroom! i
4....,' was an arrangement of red ca Providence, and Phillip Ran- Francis Ward brothsr-ln- :Is the son of James T. Maoraof _
,' It :' 4-( mellias. dall Jovner. son of Mr. and law of the groom, ws beat ) Starke' and Mrs. Rosenbiuh I Iejjs
,...-, Mrs. Neal P. Joyner of Starks man. UsHs-s, were Jerry Malow- Moore cf Klngsley: Lake.
-' The hostesses presented the ski. broth: !!r-in-law of the! groom, with
t I repeated th'!'r wedding::! vows In The altar was '(fsccrated
1 > (honoree with a sat of Francis a candlelight ceremony on Sat- Bud Parr'sh!' and Leaton Mar- pedestal! basks of whlta a
; \\r can chIna as a memento of the urdav. Jan: 17. at 8 pm. In gan. The, ring: bearer was Ran- mums .gladioli and fern against t+
: occasion. the Old:! Provlnc9 Baptist! dy Croft. p. background of potted palms
: The approximately 30 guests Church: In Providence! The bride: hat: as ma'd of ani branched candelabra.The .
.. enjoyed games and: refresh. Arr:1n1"e"'T'lt: of white bridal or.'c"' her sl!"r. Miss Janice< bride given In marriage .".'".
Iv iw ments during the evening. flowers were used ajalnst! a Tanner. Her frock wee a 1'ght! by her father, wore a whlt3: /.' .
Royal blue velvet floor length floor length gown with lace
model feit'jrlng! a Nero cellar 4 t s lace sleeves
ChristenOf Becomes Bride bodice and long !!
.................. [..... ... J ---" ...... Shirley Joan sen A-lln skirt and boy sleeves. and chapel train. Her elbow Dyal-Savage

Carolyn Crews Weds Robert M. AutryIn Mr. Smith In JackMiss sonville Ceremonylength Her headpiece was! of matchingblue length veil was secured by lace Wedding Told ;
I ; velvet and she! carried a petals encrusted with seed

Home Ceremony, Saturday, Jan. 24 Sh'rley Joan Christensen cpscod:!* cf nlfk pi-nations tied pearls. She carried a cascade
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w4h! hot pink ritbins. arrangement of white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Brinson W.
Kiss Mary: Carolyn Crews, bride's table was covered: witha Herbert A. Christensen of Law- The brldesmat's.\: Miss Glenn Miss Susan L. Barber washer :Savage announce the marriageof !
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester white lace cloth over yellow tey and Claude! Smith HugheyJr. Jovner, s'st'r of the groom sister's maid!:I of honor. She their daughter Cheryl to
Crss. and Robert Michael satin and centered with a three. ., son of Mr. and: Mrs. C, S. Miss Charlotte Parrlsh and wore a pals yellow floor length David Eugene Dyal. son of Mr.
Autry, son of Lt. C:>l. (Eat) tiers wedding: cake!! topped Hughey Sr. of Charlotte, N. C. Miss Deborah Carter, wore: Carolyn Meng gown and carried a yellow and Mrs. Nate Dyal. of Hampton .
and::! MM. Robert Lawrence with white satin bells. Aroundthe were united in marriage on gowns' identical: to that of the carnation nasegay. Bridesmaids Lake, on December 24 in
Autry, wore united In marriage cake on a reflector was a Jan. 17 at 3 p.m. in St. Mat 1 honor attendant and carried To Wed Mr. HunterMr. were Misss Marla L. Moore, Mobile. Ala.
Saturday Jan. 24, In the presenCe ruffle of illusion Intsrsnersed- thews Cat hole Church: In Jack- ibouQuets of pick carnations aster of the groom: Vina Lou Mrs. Dyal graduated from
of rslatlvcs.: Rev. Robert With fern enP, d:1: '.sles. Flank- sonville. Rev. Edward A. Kirby Little! Miss Sissy Croft was and: Mrs. Paul I. Meng Hayes of Virginia! Bach, and Bradford High School and attended -
D. Burch performed the nup Ing the centerpiece were silver performed the nuptials assistedby flower girl and her frock was announce the enra!! !!:!'ment!: and Alice E. Daniels. The attendants Berry Business College
tials.: candelabra with white tapers. Brother William Christensen made in similar lines. approaching marring of their wore emerald green floor in Brunswick, Ga. Before her
The couple stpod before an Mrs. Milton: Wheeler of Lake: SM; brother: of the The bride was lovely !In her daughter Carolyn Mane, to length gowns and carried yel- marriage she was employed at
arch of burning/ tapers between City, cousin of the bri'e, cut Baskets cf white carnationsand weeding gown of satin trim- Theron Carl Hunter son: of low carnation nosegays.Mr. the Veterans Hospital! in Ga'nes-
floor: baskets! filled! with ,slad- the bride's cake. mums, against a background med with rise:: brocads. Hr Mrs. A. H. Li loll mums ani Shasta: daisies, Mrs. Willard Durrance of of branched candelabrawith : dress was fashioned Wth: a HeIghts and! the lat Carl M. man. Groomsmen were StephenJ. from Bradford High School and '
'With fein trees In the ,background Wauchula cousin of the groom:: white tapers decorated the Nero: collar, covered with rose Hunter of Laks! City. Slye cf Seattle Wash! Vincent attended! Santa Fe Junior College -
.served punch from a crystal altar brocade and the b'd'ce: '! was of Miss Men? H graduate of L. Kccpp of Gar re ton. S. .
her Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. George chiffon.! The floor length gown Bradford H'gh' Schiw'' and is
Given In marriage by bowl surrounded: by fern and D., and: Robert Wallace of Orlando After a wedding trip to Biloxt
father, the bride::! wore street daisies. ,. organist and soloist: provided terminated in chapel train, .employed by Flr.t Fede-al Say Miss. and New Orleans La.,
length gown of white silk chiffon Following a short wedding a program of nuptial mae! of net and trlmm"d! laWe leers und Loan Association of A reception was held In the Mr. and>; Mrs. Dyal are residing
over taffJta. Ths umpire trip the couple Is residing! at mus i c. brocade. She carried a Stark! church social: : hall pedestal near Fort Myers, where Mr.
waistline was accented with: Klng'lsy! Lake The bride Mr. Hughey attended: his son gown of organza em- bouquet of white br ch's rosebuds Mr. Hunter I Is also a gradate baskets of white mums and Dyal is associated with Lehigh
a bow.:> The long full sleeves traveled In a Navy blue dress as best man. Ushers were Larry broidered! with Venice lace centered with a white cr- of Bradford Hiith School gladioli were placed at pointsof Acres.
had tiny cuffs trimmed: with a red and ivhlte full Lanier of Blloxl, Miss: and over bridal taffeta with a detachable chid. and U empl! "ved by the I.B.E.W.In interest. The bride's table
dainty lace. The stand away \length checked: vest with Navy George Hen Bricks, Bethune, S. chapel train. The fitted After spending some time : Gainesville.The was covered with a white net
neckline! was also accented with accssssrles. C.Mrs. ::! bodice feature: an oval with their' guests the couple) wedding: '! / will be an eventof cloth over satin and centered Little WomenTo
lace. A silk organza! tiered' bow: The bride attended!: Keystone Kathleen Lanier of Or. neckline and Bishop: sleeves! left on a wdlrg: trip. Th Saturday, Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. with a four-tiered: wedding cake.
secured her veil of Illusion.! Heights High Scho:>1. land! attended as matron of The three tier bouffant veil of brl-'e traveled !In a lluht: bluecoat : in St. WilUftmi! CirhoMc! Church.:: Hear FuquaChief
She carried! a ca'ca'e bouquetof The groom graduated; : In 1966 honor. She wore a ros, floor! Illusion was secured to a calot dress trimmed! in Navy In KevstonHeights.. Standing in the receiving! line
white reses and daisies.:with from BHS and attending the length sheer gown and 'a cap cap cf pearls lace and crystals.She blue and Navy blue accessor- Nq invitations are being: / issued were the bride:: and groom, Mr. of Police Ken Fuqua,
'units! ribbon streamers. Florida Technological University -. of pearls \secured she short carried flowing: nose gay :or-hid- but all fr'! n's ar: 1 t '?''a- ,and Mrs Barber Mr. and Mrs. will be the speaker at the L't-
Miss Susan: Autry !sister' of in Orlando. veil. She carried a single white of white' carnations centered tins cf the couple are invitedto Moore, and the bridal attend tIe Women's Club meeting Monday .
the groom: was maid tf honor. rose With pale pink'! streamers 'With a white orchid corsage.: attend. ants. Feb. 9, at 8 pm. at the
She wore a street length, mint! Misses Sharon Lawson and A reception was held in the The couple -fldlng! flt 101A ---- After a wedding trip to Boca club he us:!. Hostess's fr the
green silk creps dress and carried St. Mark's Women Brenda Logan of Jacksonville! church hall where baskets!: of Louse: Street Hlnesv'llS', Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Alder Ratan the couple will reside In evening will be Rcbyn Warren
a nosegay of white shasta were bridesmaids! They wore white carnat'ons and mums where SP-4 Joyner! will b3 stationed of Cleveland Ohio are visiting Norfolk Va. where) Mr. Moore and Denise Winkler.; All members -
daisies with! yellow satin! To Meet MondayThe gowns identical( to the honor were used at points of interest.. at Fort Stewart Ga. in Mr. and Mrs. J.T Moore for Is stationed with the Navy. are urged to attend.
streamers: and nylon puffs attendant's and each carrieda Standing: in the receiving line the U. S. Army. several days.
Albert Colton( of Albany. Ga. singly white rose with,, pals were the bride and ,groom, ISr.1:LISHEO 1904
cousin of the groom attendedas :! Women of St. Mark'sEpiscopal pink streamers. 'their parents and bridal attendants .
best man. Church will meet! Kimberly Joy Christensen was Miss Pamela Capps U QUCOCf 7
A rec3aion: : was also held at Monday Feb. 9. at 7:30: p.m. flower girl and Kevin Christensen -, kept the brlds's:! bock.
the Crews home where arrangements at the home of Mrs. William K. rlng.earer. The bride's table w ss covered HOUSEFUL OF FINE FURNITURE
tt mums daisies Carter 1191 Johns The bride given In marriageby with a Chantilly! lace! cloth
and gladioli were! used.!! The her father wore! a floor over pleated taffeta and centered .

with a three tiered cake. --- ". ,, '
i Balancing the cake!! were s'her! -

Color Texture Print Hews and candelabra decorated with:with white sprays tapers of, --

white The two carnations punch ani tables tmllax.were 4; 1 :;

ecer9dwith: lace and taffeta
IN cloths, centered with crystal
Spring punch bowls and decorated
NEW with sprays of carnations, 3ta -' ..,
mums and grapes.
After!: a wedding trip to Sea!
Island Ga. the couple Is residing : -
at Mountain Home. Idaho
where the groom is stationedat '
the Air Pores!! Base The r. .

4 t bride used for travel'ng a Navy 1-PC. IIVINGR00M oat 1
; l blue dress wth matching: red, '
1Mta white and blue coat and an .. Roomy So/ab.d / Ask AboutMochmg
T. orchid::! corsage. Club Cho".,
2 S'.p rod Tab! ,
p Exciting NoveltyPRINTS The brie: Is a graduate of Cech'.J' Tabl. long.weoring expanded, embossed plastic Vv iVarikMSi 1 BdlMMlHl '
BITS and Massey Business Col- .2 ....'a..... La..p 1' cover with; floral leaf deugn Brown Tur \ Easy Budget
r R lege and was err-jl-vyed at the quoite, or Gold to match your decor. \>_ Terms
Duval County courthouse and $1499 "BoJcocJi WM f-t 1/o.. arm "
F' at the State Prison.Woman's .

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Solids And Prints YD Woman's: Club: has invited

James: P. B'-asfle'd.! Ass'sttnt, $17800 S!! -''' .
Vew' Spring !\IaterlaJ-4S" Wide SPORTSWEAR WEAVE State So'l! Scientist, t ty teak: .: COMPLETE
-Drip Dry Little or ro taming/ at the club m' t1ni'. F;b. 11, M.,4, 1 t
-ever a 100 pattern 100% cot Exciting Spring Prints in 100% at 3:30:: p.m. It Is an open meeting ,ti tiLi eu'p'yt
ton and polyester Blended Fabrics Cotton. Novelty weaves and and Jis public is invited t
-over 1000 yards.' patterns. Machine washable. Mr. Brasfeld: Is a native: of 5-PC. DINETTE )
45" Wide. .. .. ,
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headquarters are in Gainesville I --, -1- "" -
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NO-IRON Nasworthy.Irs.! T. H. Sade! .-- '
PRINTS Mrs. A. R. Norman: Mrs. Rcb 1 Modern Bedroom Suite; shaded finish dovetailed 0'" -- ".'_. -r-: f
x 4 I Town ert Myrck.! Mrs J. O. Gay r\\ drawers, tilting; mirror.,. Baked on 'c. J r--rr, ::...r."":"'!'_ :?-! .
a Otf COTTON Prints i are 100 Country% Cot- Mils. Phil Val1-nja. Mrs. A. J. plosticned tops and tarnrth proof hardware \- '"":-.r I I
[SPECIAL ton. Washable < Barry Mrs. W. T. Jackson 16 PC. SET for long lasting, mar-rsisrant beauty ,.-- '
VALUE shrunk & i '00 Mrs Lester Crews, and Mrs.r.Il1ton OF DISHES Compare; $388.38 r "--- a'L' "tj;' I!

C press. Perfect pre$1 : Wheeler. 5596 16 PC. SITTING if I ___ I
drapes & .. -
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\a 45" Spring ro.ONLY Priced S.peretety ::!. / ,-
C Wide. Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Swlnyerof d t."el .h.e nosIOWf / ... .
Keystone Heights were Saturday '
P "ws" .-,
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FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS! evening! dinner guests of _
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Nollman. BILL
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1:':':':':':"""""': ':""""",,;,,:,:;,::::::;:.::::::.w::::.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:':':':':':':':':':': :::,:::::."::::::::::::::::::::$: Stanford Hurst of Atlanta,Ga, .rNewArriualS ""M

$; was a Monday visitor of Mrs, Batten-Patterson Duplicate Bridge Beta Silrma Phi sorority will ;;

::?:: W.S. Slade. Mrs. Slade also hat Engagement Winners NamedThe ;meet Monday, Feb 9. at 8 p.m. "
:5 as Thursday overnight guests, at the horns of Mrs. A. B. '
I fCnow
: People ;&;: Mrs. N.K. ElurstandMrs.Joyc< Patray with Mrs. L. P. Chaff
1 Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Batten> Starke Duplicate BrldgJ: :
; : Moore of Indianapolis Ind.,ware to j ELS co-hostess. ,
of Route 1. Starke announcethe Club had 3'i tables in play at
enroute to Pompano
8'............ ... : engagement of their daughter the Pratt Street Recreation
; :':"':':"""':':::.:::.:.:.:;:::.:.:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: : :::::::::::::'..'':::.' Louise, to Jimmle Edward Center Tuesday night. A one tJ. ETHEL
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tllley '
Patterson son of Mr. end'' Mrs.J. winner type Howell mdVementwas .. SUBER
Mrs. DeWItt Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldon of Jacksonville were last Wed- Bradford;; County Hospital an "
Farabee Mrs. L. Patterson, of Route 2, used and the results were: ,
''I 11;+ Jack Eaves and family of Bushnell spent nesday night supper guests of nounces the following births:
; Mrs. E.L. Mat- Starke. A summer wedding: is 1. Mr. ant Mrs. Clyie: Terwll.tegar ee SO Wishes to
.. dr and Mrs. J.R. They also visited Mrs. Lavon rnounce open-
Titus Olson Mrs. Charles Weldon Mr. Jackson Through error the heading 2. Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs Hodge, Brocket a daughter, /; |In* f
in Bradford County
Jackson- I
-: Weldon and family of
Sawyer, Myra. Jan. 27.
Mrs. Ralph Diggs Lynn
I. over this Item In list week'sIssue Harry Mooty. 22 pts.
J Mrs. H.C. Hitch, Mrs. H.M. ville joined the family on Sun- Hospital. was written as 11 for a 3. Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Merle PacklramJr. Ethel's Hairstyling
Rlcharde and Mrs. Walla day. .. Citra, a son, Merle Eric,
Lip- Mrs. Walla Lipsey spent last 'wedding: announcement: rather John Mu!'soline, 20( pts. SALON
II sey went on a guided tour oft Jan 29.
than engagement The weekly tournaments
week with son-in-law and an are
I HI the Methodist Hospital In Jacksonville Mrs. J.E. Wilson and .Mrs. Formerly of Jacksonville Located
's' M Tuesday as part of- Edward Burns of Starke, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl open to tha public and; lesson.revew Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Mar- on State Road 225 2
m the WSCS program. Mrs. John Reeves of St. Wright in Gainesville.Mrs. Miss Rosie begins! at 7:15: p.m. each tin, Lawtey, announce the birth :Miles W. of Lawtey.
Petersburg returned Monday Klght Tuesday.: The first round of of a daughter, Esther Arlene Phone 1'82. "O I.
from a week's visit with Mr. A.W. Anderson. spent Is HonoredAt duplicate play starts at 7:45.: born Jan. 27 in Riverside hospital -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs and Mrs. J.M. (Butch) Smith last Tuesday to Thursday In I I
and daughter. Carol, were In and family in Cocoa Mr. and Callahan with Mr. and Mrs. Bridal Shower
Brooksville over the weekend Harold Wall in St. Aug- John D. Anderson, who have I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Far- usune Mrs. Nat Sternberg in Day- moved there recently from Co- Sylvia Ann JonesTo Miss Rcs'e Right- bride-elect
-j jTi
and Gordon
Sullins. tona Beach, and other friends coa. Mrs. John Anderson left Wed Mr. TatumMrs. of Richard: McCarthy, was hon-: (
along the coast.Mrs Thursday for a month's visit ores with a m'ycel'aneous'! shower <"U>- -L
Mrs. T.D. Pyal returned last
; with her parents and relativesin
Friday from six weeks visit Beatrice J. Jones of Saturday evening! g'ven by
." with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Martha Moore was the Germany. ftalford! announced 'the engagement Mrs. R. L. Reddish, Mrs. S'n-
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ani approaching marriage clair Harley Jr., Mns Eugene'
Ellerbee, in Panama City. :: j
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Eldridgeof "
W.E. Baber in Gainesville. Norman
Mrs. Glen Norman.
of her daughter Sylvia

. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ilart- The MethodistVomen' Sun- der Jacksonville of St. Simons and Island Lloyd were Gri- Ann. to Charles W. Tatum son end Mrs. Freeman Cicsby at You Can Now Own ANEW

.. mann of Rockford, Ill.are visiting day School class had a covered Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Of Mr .and Mrs. Tom W Tatumof the home of the latter.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Ilartmann Lawtey.!
dish supper Monday night at R.H. Grider. Arrangements. of artificial!
for several weeks. Miss Jones daughter of the HOME
the home of Mrs. Olin White iflowsrs! were used in d:cora. BRICK
celebrating Mrs. X.M. Smith's Mr. and Mrs. Mark N. Her- late Billy C. Jones. Is a graduate ting the party rcoms. The din- i1l
Sgt. Harry Purvis, who has birthday.Mrs. long and Mr. and Mrs. C.W. of Union County\ High ing room table was covered:
spent the past two in School and the of
years Herlong of Jacksonville University
: Germany, has been dischargedfrom W.A. Stern and Miss visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.F.were Florida. She Is emoloyeid' as 'WIth with a a lace crystal'! cloth: : punch:and centered bowl;/ ; $200 Down If You Own No Lot / r1'

service. IieandMrs. Pur- Herlong Sunday. a teacher in the Lake Butler
Louise Stern of Starke, and on '
' around wh'ch were garlands of "
visa the former Kay Garbett, Middle School Mr. Tatum. of PAYMENT
Mrs. Jessie Winn and Mrs. fern and large camellias On NO DOWN
are residing In Theressa. Van Dukes of Lake Butler attended Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holton Tatum Brothers: Lumber Co., PROPERTY
each end! (Jf the table we decorated HAVE
the Hans[ Richter piano and family and Mrs. John Phil- Iawtey. gradated: from Brad- : cnkes. mints and 1 IF YOU I1 I-
Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Thompson concert tt the Civic Auditor- lips of. Tampa were Sunday ford High School. sheet '
Jr. celebrated their 25th ium last Thursday night. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. The wedding will be an eventof nuts in silver\ : 'trays. / AND .J 1 BEDROOMS: CENTRAL HEAT

wedding anniversary Jan. 24 Hoi ton. March 21 at 8 p.m. In the identical WAI.hTO WAI.I4 CARPET
Th hot
< sses wore
at a family gathering at the ri
Mr. and Mrs. George W. First Baptist Church of Raiford. L T4l
.artificial lavender:! orchid cor- 1 _
Thompson home. Among those Brown visited Mrs. James G. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Deesof All friends and relatives arc
attending were their son and Odom in Mandarin on Sunday. Live Oak were visiting Mr. Invited to attend.Pancake sages and presented: the honoree MONTHLY PAYMENTThis I .1
h.:1' arrival wth! an
daughter-in-law, Ensign and and Mrs. L.D. Green last upon < \ $65
Mrs. Don Thompson and son of Mrs. Esma Yougue and Mrs. Friday. artificial double' white orchidcorsage.

Pensacola. Thelma Dean of Fairfield SupperAt The b'4groom: Who
were For People
Luke elsct's: mother: Mrs. Harvey Mc- F.H.A. 235: ProRram Is
Stallings Gainesville
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
Carol Diggs celebrated her J.G. Caldwell. spent the weeekend with his St. Mark'sSt Carthy, and hs! grandmathr! : : a. could not nfford a Home Before!

10th birthday Wednesday night grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Maude Mott were also! INFORMATION i ,

when her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacksonand C.L. Dinkins. Mark's Episcopal Church presented artificial::! lavender:! CALL FOR
Ralph Diggs, took her and two orchid
sons were in Alachua Sun- is sponsoring;: a pancake supper;: 1
friends, Adrian Barry and Ka- day visiting Mrs. Jackson's parents Melanie Green of Gainesvilleis Tuesday. Feb. 10, in the> Parish
thy Taylor, to the Ringling Bros. : Mr. and Mrs. JE.1Va11. visiting her grandparents, House from 5:39: ( to 7:30: p.m. Games were played! during Town House EnterprisesOF
Circus in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green, from for the benefit of the choir. the evening with prizes being .

CYN/3 and Mrs. Robert No- Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Saturday to Thursday. Tickets are $1 for adults and< awarded: to Ins honore; Mrs. FLORIDA, INC. -

bles, of Norfolk, Va., have were dinner guests of Dr. and .50c for children. Jewel O'Neal, and Mrs. Faye N y
moved into the Cooley cottageon Mrs. J.W. Fordyce in Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner Johnson: Mrs Lana Dowdy won New nwiUHnff South :Ml Next to Wells i

Kingsley Lake. Mr. Nobles ville :Monday night. and family and Wade Winkler the door prize. Electric <<
was discharged from service attended the Ringling Bros.Cir- Kight-McCarthy; MI'S Carol Right! assisted! : her ta4

Jan. 5 and is employed at the Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin cus Wednesday night. Marriage Set sister with the cnrds.! Mrs S'n- f PHONES uG

State Prison. lie will continuehis and daughter, Cheryl, of Avon clair' Harley: :! .10:. designed' three a !9t.Gs)() :it:J 961.6760
Mrs. J.G. Jackson and
studies at the Jacksonville Park, spent the weekend with Mrs. This Saturday: pretty cn'cad-s: wlh tf1* gift
Technical Institute on March 1. Mrs. Eve Baldwin and Mr. and O.R. Alvarez Jr. and children r'bbon:!:> ,and:? Miss!! Dian Hardy
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Rain
Mrs. Nobles Is the former Phyllis Mrs. Robbie Shaller. km>t the bride's book. ut ? -; ?
in Chlefland on Sunday. The marriage of MISS Route 1
Darby. Eighty guests were invited! to 3j IU W,,
Mrs. Nelma Keen and Miss Klght daughter' of Mrs.
Carolyn Keen were in Eustis Mr. and Mrs. C.C. ClaytonJr. O'Neal of Starke! and John: B. Attend. a i-.
Mrs. Ruby Britt and son The hostesses the
Ocala the weekend Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. and children. Candy and Klght of Green COy!! Springs s mow. M-lT
Ray, of spent honoree with a set of tenon ?
Lew, were Saturday visitors of
C.L. Stockwell and Mr. andMrs. and Richard McCarthy \eon! of
with :Mrs. T.D. Dyal.
pots and memento of
: pans as a
relatives in
: Art Hampy and familyon Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCar-
the occasion.
the lIampy's 25th wedding thy will t? solemnized! Saturday
:Mrs B.J. Eggers and daugh- anniversary. Also there were Mrs. Fred Hogue Sr. gavea evening, Feb. 7. at 7 o'clock:: In
ter of Jacksonville spent last Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shively of birthday dinner Sunday for the Heilbronn BapL'st:! Church.A -
Tuesday to Friday with Mr. Warren, Ohio, and daughter, Mr. Hogue. Out-of-town guests reception will follow at the
and Mrs. Tully Norman.Mr. Diana, of Brunswick N.J. were Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. horns of the.. bridegroom's:
Hogue Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D.L.

and :Mrs. Sidney Eman- Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal attended Rogue Mr. and Mrs. K. Sheller parents.No invitations are ,being sent;
uel of Enterprise were visit-
the .Antique Show at the Mrs. Roy Gudal Mrs.Victoria -
(but all friends and: reHHvas<
relatives here last Thurs-
ing Lichtner Museum in St. Aug- Williams, Mrs. Betty
the couple invited: to attend.
are :
day and Friday. ustine Sunday. Acosta, Mrs. Nina Foley and FORD COUNTRY
Mrs. Pearl Wright, all of Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor
Mrs. Robert Milbank of Rock Mrs. Robert Milbankof
and daughters of Raiford were Rock Center, N.Y., Mrs. BAKE SALES PLANNEDFOR I
City, N.Y. was a weekend guestof
Saturday evening supper guestsof W.D. Argo, Brunswick, Ga. and MARCH OF DIMES:
her parents Mr. and Mrs.
:Mr.( and :Mrs Tully Norman.:
Mrs. Harry Felton of Daytona Students of the M'dJla} School
Fred Rogue, Sr. Mrs. Harry : : WHITE SALE
- ""* :Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Parrishof Felton of Daytona spent Sat- Beach. will conduct >several bale sales

Atlanta are visiting Mr. and urday and Sunday with them. Mrs. Melba Harbin of Atlan- this :Saturday far benefit of the
March of Dimes. Th sags: will
Mrs. Merritt Williams for a
tic Beach is visiting
Mr. and
week. Joining the family over Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schwabof Mrs. Lester Crews for two start: at 10 a.m. at the follow-/
the weekend will be Mr. and Merritt Island spent the weeks. 'tag locations: Stan's Boo'sry.
Mrs. L.A. Taylor and daugh- weekend with Mrs. A.W. Wlnn-Dlxis!. Food Fair, Davis

ter of Jacksonville. Anderson Sr. A/lc Frank Hardy of Syra- Grocery. Koch Druar Store and --. _. TL 1
cuse, N.Y. is home on ten the Starke Post Offics. -
days leave.

ARE YOU RETIREDOR Mrs.Mrs.R.V.George Turner Flynn attended Jr. and the CARD OF THANKS Special Fords.

Florida State Association of I wish to express mv sincere
Supervisors of Elections Mid- appreciation! to all ct my
winter meeting at the George neighbors and friends! for the
RETIRING? Washington Hotel Jan. 28-30. kin word and symnathy offered Limited quantities.

Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Mer- me during the illness! anddeath

Supplement Your Income cer University, Tom Ritch of of my husband Edwin
the University of Virginia, and Smith Also for the good food .
Part Time; or Full Time Reggie Flynn of U. of F. were and ..beautiful! flowers.: May God Hurry _

all home for the weekend. bless! each and every one of "" _

Mr. and Mrs. William Blackof you.-Mrs. Edwin Smith.
South Bend, Ind. spent the
first of the week with Mrs. -
Vergie Flynn.
Local admittances to Brad-

Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. ford County Hospital this week

Mr. Tucker _- Holiday Inn C.W, Beasley were Sunday vis- include: Vasco llazen, Dennis
\ itors of their sister, Mrs.L.W. Grlffls, Donald W, Jackson ,,ya ___ ,Me e,4 .'
I Strickland, in Wild wood. Mrs. Irene Brooks, Mrs. Het- 4HwnyMeey, _.l .
tie Louise Sapp, Mrs. Maggie rV
Glisson, Mrs. Laurie Blanche

III 1 Il"1p Sapp, James M. Blackshear,
John L. Walker, Mrs. MaryP. r Torino! Low price

Chitty, infant Melody Rose "i of the the
Starling, and Robert E. Stover year on
NOW : Starke; Mrs.Ethel Alldredge "Car of the Year"! Has vinyl

p and Mrs. Lade Epperson, Lake ;, 'f roof, racing mirrors, more!
Butler; William L. Reynolds.

Keystone Heights; and Mrs. '

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'i': Begun On City Hall Negro Students Present Bidding NotRequired i Flood Damages ChickensContinued i

(Continued Fran PaP One) 6 Point ( From Page One)
Motion book," Clerk Edwards said, Surplus Items varied: his labor camp'the",first ." Monday night's thunderstorm
Morgan said his feeforsraw- pointing to the city code book 'time this has happened. resulted from a low presmiw
ing the preliminary plans will City Attorney George Pierce There is no fixed legal: requirements Although official readings area moving In from the; Gulf
be about two per cent of the had with him. administrators have Tuesday's meeting. Ebenezer Baptist Church, attended that the county were less than *lx inches of of Mexico across! north: Florida.
total already started study of a six- Supt. Casey said the students the meeting and advisedthe
price of the new building.A Council Dispose of old rain Monday night at the coun. Jacksonville and Gainesville .
In other action, the : must surplus al.irs
point resolution presented bya brought notes from their par- students to let the board '
building costing from$100,000 three towers one rssiSent:
from 'items courthouseby reported heavy
bid from the
the $2,449 old flooding
so ,
to $200,000 was discussed -Accepted group of some 160 Negro students ents giving their permissionfor show what it can do. After of New River said! he measured
Sales for around' 7 inches of
Auto competitive with <
a biding, County rain
J.E. Hardy '
their children work
Tuesday night which would at a School Board meeting to attend the stating that everyone can 7'/4 Inches !in hIs rain guag'
make the architect's fee for new Dodge pick up truck for here Tuesday morning. meeting. The students were advised together to solve such problems Attorney T. A. Yawn told 'the
the preliminary plans be around the Utility Department.Hardy'Swas Supt. Tom Casey said Tuesday by the school administration he suggested that the 'Commission Monday.
2000. the only bid to be sub- night that he and a group of that the proper thingto students return to school after What the Commission! must
Several city officials includ- mitted on time. administrators met during the do would be to present their they left the meeting. Appar- ing the mayor and clerk went -Took under advisement two afternoon discuss approaches resolution at the meeting ently all, or most of them, :method 'Of selling, the furnitureand
with the architect to visit city bids on a new ladder truck for and possible solutions to the through a delegation. The black followed his advice.Higher other Items. The Board diet
hall and jail complexes in Mira- the electric department. Altex grievances presented by the high school students disagreed, not 'act Monday: to a select: a
mar City, Haines City and Inc. bid $5,606 and Baker Equipment students. lie said that some however, and left their class method and set no date for
Crescent City last week. The of St. Petersburg bid good suggestions had already; rooms about 9:30 a.m. to Phone the sale which is arousing con-
group came back saying the $5,449.50. been made, and that meetings proceed to the courthouse. siderable Interest locally.
preliminary plans are neces- -Decided to extend for two would be set up later with Casey said that 208 Negro stu- Bills Aired The Board must adopt a resolution
sary if plans for the Starke weeks the time period for firmsto representatives of the Student dents are enrolled in the high stating It owns) the
complex are to be furthered."I submit bids on material to Government, as well as mem- school, while about 160 attended Items, that they are surplus .
feel the only way the Coun- be used in moving sewer lineson bers of the Negro group. the meeting. By CountyContinued tanawill fre: sold by whatever -
cil can tell what we've been SR-16.Engineer Marvin Wic- The resolution, brought before Middle School black studentsdid method chosen, Yawn said.: Fish &
talking about is to let Don do ker said it was the first time the board for discussion not attend In mass, sendinga ( From Page One) The Commission can also. City Meat
the drawings" said Councilman he had seen bids fail to come Tuesday contained the follow- delegation of five students, give surplus property to Another .
Bowen, who has been a In. ing requests: accompanied by one teacher. phones ordered and apprised government agency or to
main force behind the city hall -Was told that the Depart- 1. Representation of black Casey said that while the Architect Frank George of the a non-profit organization working MarketOpen
study and who went on the ment of Transportation has let students on the Student Coun- method used by the high school Installations planned. Williams : for the betterment of the
the SR-16 resurfacing contractto cil. students in the school of the letter had
leaving i a
trip last week. Bowen termedthe sajfl copy
county the attorney said Tuesday tnrough Sunday
trip educational.Mayor Carl V.E. Whitehurst & Sons of 2. Representation of black was questionable, their object- been mailed .to the Com-
Hurst also said he saw several Willlston. Local DOT Project students on cheerleading teams. ives were presented In an orderly missioners. Closed-Monday
features he would like included Engineer Jay Carver said the 3. Initiate courses of black manner and the points A phone line In the old court- saved per month by the Com-
In a new jail If the city bid was let Jan. 29, but he studies and history as required raised would be folllowed house, Williams pointed out, mission since the removal of PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY
goes ahead with the plans. did now know the amount. subjects for all students. through at later meetings of cost $11.75. In the new building the extension phone In the com-
Main purpose In Morgan's -Was told by Bradford County 4. Remove all racist textbooks administrators, board mem- each line costs $48.10.It mission meeting room.
preliminary plans will be to Civil DefenseDirectorFrank those not having the bers, and students. is apparently the key sys- FRYERS LB. 33c
give the city fathers an idea Williams the city is eligible to achievement and contributionsof Most of the discussion Tues- tem which has run the cost That phone was ordered removed -
of exactly what they've been receive federal matching funds Americans of African heritage day was centered on representation of the local service up the last month to prove to LARGE EGGS 3 Doz. - $1.49
the rest of the courthouse that
talking about--in terms of space for the proposed city hall complex of black students on the most. A key system phone is
requirements, appearance of but Williams said he does 5. Conduct an in-service Student Council, and the one with a row of buttons with ,1 the Commission was not asking whole LB.
the building, and most Important not know If any funds are avail- training program for all teach- teaching of black studies and lights inside and in the new 'do anything It was not willing to -
the cost. able.Approved ers, but directed at teachers history as a required course. courthouse are Installed to expand '
"Has the Council given any payment of $2.25 who practice racial discrimi- Board members explainedthat : each phone to four lines, The higher phone bills still HAMBURGER 3 LBS. $1.49
thought to where the money per hour for four hours for nation in the teachinglearningprocess. it had no authority to reg- provide illumination, a flash- exceed the 1969-70 county budget -
is coming from?" Councilman seven auxiliary policemen on ulate activities and by-laws of ing common audible signal, : but no action was taken SHOULDER ROAST OR
Orle Wiggins asked prior to duty Tuesday morning, a total 6. Investigate and correct the Student Council, since It steady busy, and winking hold ion Monday toward reducing the
the voting. lie pointed out the of $63. the transportation problems of is entirely student operated. a line.
lumber of phones or lines to SHOULDER STEAK LB. 89c
$135 for the Police - -
city is almost compelled to add -Approved students in the Reno area who Representatives are elected by The total phone bill, includt he new building.In .
another turbine to the power Department to purchase shellsto experience hardships in Incle- popular vote from each class. ing local service and long
plant at a cost of several hun- take target practice at a ment weather. Casey said that since black distance calls paid from the its mid-month meeting in RIB STEAK or ROAST LB. 89c
dred thousand dollars. two week training school set Copies of the resolution had students are in a minority at county clerk's office in Nov. J anuary the Commission Instructed -

"The city could issue reve- soon.Authorized previously been distributed Individually BUS, one solution might be to 1968 (old courthouse) was Mrs. Virginia Darby PLANTATION GRITS 4 LBS. 33c
nue certificates for expansionof Surveyor M.G. } to School Board use the precinct method of $235.55. In Nov. 1969 in the deputy: clerk, to have each of-
the power plant, but not McMillan to proceed with a sur- members on January 31 with electing representatives,giving new building the total bill was f Ice evaluate its phone system
for the city hall"Wiggins said, vey of PolkStreet preparation the request that "an adequate black students a better opportunity 41615. with an eye toward reducing -
"That would have to come from for right-of-way acquisition for answer through a ParentSindentAdministration ; of election. He said that that is not the entire courthouse the number of phones. Nothing
some kind of tax." In previous paving the street. CouncilmanP.T. meeting be such a change in procedure phone bill, however. The a bout that was mentioned Mon-
meetings the council has dis- Nolan said when residentssee held within the next three daysto would have to be approved by clerk's office does not pay for d ay, however. FRESH COOKED BARBQRIBS
cussed purchasing the new the stakes they will havean effect this resolution." the students themselves. long distance calls for the tax
turbine without another bond idea how they will reactto The resolution was drawn up Concerning the teaching of assessor and tax collector.
sale and the accompanying Interest the city's request to donate at a meeting held on January 21 black studies in high school, Neither does the commission AND CHICKEN
payments. right-of-way for the street. It in Ebenezer Baptist Church, Casey said he saw no reason pay for any phone service to
Councilman Tucker said he will be paved between Adkins south Starke (Lincoln City). why such a course should not the sheriff or county judge, TypewritersFor COOKED IN OUR OWN PIT
would like to see a committee and Pratt Streets. School Board board members be Included, }if requested by a but their bills were added into
appointed to study "financial -Asked McMillan to submit were invited, but did not at- sufficient number of students, the totals given.Williams FRIDAY
arrangements" for the city hall correct footage and dollar tend. but that it would have to be also reported to the
and the power plant. amounts for assessing resi- Apparently inaction on the elective rather than required.He Commission that an extension Sale or Rent
"If we can't afford a nice dents of Green Acres, Bessent resolution prompted the mass suggested that it would be phone costs the county $1.75 At The Telegraph PHONE 961-8077
city hall with over $800.000 Road, and Southgate Replat for appearance of the students at better to incorporate it Into per month. That is the amount -
of income per year there is sewer lines extended to those the present American history - -- - -- - - - -
something damn bad wrong with areas since 1964. $2 per foot Disposal LawConsidered course rather than set It up
the City Council and its manage will be charged. as a separate course.
McMillan asked the Council
ment of the city's ," Board members expressedthe :
Bowen said money several questions about how to For opinion that while textbooksnow
at that point.
"Can we come up with assess footage in certain cases, in use might not recog- Pick Your' Plan But Pick First Federal
$100,000 to $200,000 out of the but got several different ans- Dead ChickensContinued nize the role of the black race .
present budget Wiggins wers. in American history, that
asked. "I've been laboring The council did agree that this would undoubtedly come
the impression we've been under residents are to be assessed ( From Page One) in time, although it could not

Just getting by..! front footage only, and thatIf pltal, Jones funeral Home, and be accomplished overnight. SAVINGS PLANS
, "I can show you a few things," the line runs down two sides the Highway Patrol in preparingthe Several of the Negro students ]

wards.commented At Clerk that point Merrill Tucker Ed- of will a be lot assessed.But that front. footage only Commission Governor's Survey Highway Informa-Safety; part said they their were race ignorant had played of the in NOW AVAILABLEPASSBOOK I :--.1jlrg: :f:111:; i1 111;1m11; ; 1 11 ; 1;m1 1j1111 11j11j11 j1: ::1:::1:::1:1:1:1:1:1:1\1f:::::::\;

they did not clearly define history and would like to have
moved to proceed with the preliminary what should be done at the tion.A trial this knowledge before they 'I
30-day was approved
plans and it passed end of a line where the pipeis .
graduate. "We would also like
for an AddressographMultigraph -
3-0. stubbed off halfway acrossa copying machine upon our white friends to know this," 'I
Bowen then suggested that lot. Should the resident be of Commis- they said.
recommendation I
a new city hall could be financed | charged for the length of pipeon I I
sioner and Deputy Clerk
In the matter of
mostly on a building transportation %
his property or for the 5
that is enforced, as he said entire front footage, McMillan Virginia Darby. The new Casey announced that a |I 1 SAVINGS ,
machine will make legible reverse
Is being done in one city the: asked? bus will be added, starting its
copies as well as regular
Starke group visited. run at the Intersection of Mari i
copies and may be used to replace I $2.50 MINIMUM
"There are lots of ways to Another question going unanswered ket Road and Old Lawtey Road, 1mm f11
bring in money if you< would ; Is whether some res- the present Xerox ma- and will pick up students for i I
enforce what's in that black ]idents who gave 20-foot right-. chine now costing the county the high school, middle school, '
II about$2,800 per year. The new tl.
and vo-tech school until it is
I of-way for sewer water, and
machine would sell for $2,375or '
fully loaded. The bus will hold m
electric lines should be assessed rent for $104 per month Per Annum
The for the new line. Mc- including all maintenance. 66 passengers. ('j .::: iji:1
Telegraph Board member Charles Saw- ::
Millan said that would be
-Gerald Williams, phone :::::;: Earnings Quarterly
making a resident pay for a yer made a motion that the j : :::::::
,line he didn't need after he company manager,said his firm problems listed in the resolution -
For Office Supplies I had donated land for a pre- will install a pay telephoneat be investigated and that j ${== ;:
the courthouse at no cost
Phone 964-6305 vious line to which he is con- meetings be set up with the I
to the county. necessary people to work
I nected. j
-Commissioner Bryan reported toward satisfactory solutions.The I
on a meeting he had with motion :
was unanimously
the Bradford Library Board at approved. lIe complimented the I j

DEQPLEMULTIPLYING which ing state the possibility matching funds of obtain-was haviour students at on the their meeting orderly, and be- I j 2 6 MONTH CERTIFICATES 5 2 5

discussed. Bryan said more said the board would be fair
Information is needed and that in its dealings with them, al- I $5,000 MINIMUM

KEEP the library of its exact board eligibility is not certain to- in though some limited areas. in its authority I j S ::11 tm

receive such funds. Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor of : 1 m

j, ::;::::: Per Annum :;:::::

with theVictor Jury Finds Cowart : ir Earnings Quarterly ii J

Custom MultiplierThe Guilty In AccidentA I ={= :

Victor Custom Multiplier
gives you every advantage of auto County Court jury last of County Court which began I
matic multiplication, plus addition ilt :
and subtraction.Its Thursday, Jan. 28, found Char- Monday Jan. 26. Si'i
neat simplified lie Columbus Cowart guilty of Prior to the trial Thursday, I
keyboard assures you failure to have his vehicle under Michael Bright and Oliver C rum -
ease of accuracy.operationand control and causing an acci- were brought before the court I : fj
So when your dent. and changed their pleas of not 2 YEAR CERTIFICATES
problems aremultiplying Judge Theron Yawn fined guilty to guilty. I 3

7 ._...._..... ', the Victor, Cowart $101 and revoked his Bright was charged with a
get o
Custom Multiplier.ailijji driver's license for six months. disturbance near the high school I $10,000 MINIMUM iMj1 1<< mj 1
Cowart was charged last Dec. grounds and with assault and _
after an accident on SR-16, battery. I
e ,1e just north of the Morgan Road, Shaw announced that the state I I
in which Mrs. Muriel Gilhoo- was dropping the assault charge I | Per Annum
ly was injured. against Bright, and then asked jt m

i County; Prosecutor Gene Shaw the court to consider probation I :|::;|:: Earnings Quarterly .:.:.::,:
for the pair, if :::
used testimony by Mrs. Gil- an investigation

IcVy hooly Mike,, and her FliP 9-year-old Trooper C.K.son warranted Judge }it.Yawn warned the I !filj11!!! ;j11j j111 11 111111j1i11j111 1 1i j111i11t11111; 11 11m1111J i1 i1j11j11 1j1 iiii

Etheridge in presenting the defendants that the affair wasa
t .3. state's case. serious one and then ordereda Your
Mrs. Gilhooly testified she presentence Investigation. Savings are now Insured up to $20,000.00 By The

was; driving north on SR-16 In other actions, the court: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
and attempting to turn left into Fined John Prescott Myers
her driveway soon after passingthe $151 after he pleaded guilty to
Morgan Road intersectionwhen charges of driving while intoxicated -
her car collided with and revoked his
I Cowart's.She license for 90 days.

Y3 stated she had signaledwith Continued the case against .I"A.,., .:
her turning lights before James William Kemp, who is .f6#!. ,
slowing to make the turn. Her charged while driving while intoxicated ,,
0 "r .
I '
son Mike corroborated her account I I
of the accident. Fined Grace Woodfln ,1, P't '
'oJl: 'I
Trooper Etheridge said the Roberson $101 for driving I" .l '
Cowart vehicle struck the Gil- without a driver's license and

hooly car in the northboundlane accepted Shaw's recommen- ..
and that the Gilhooly car dation that a DWI charge
c rolled over five times after against the woman be dropped.
the impact. Robert E. Roberson was fined SAVINGS ANDASSOCIIATIEON
Cowart, represented by At- \25 for voluntary intoxica-
p4 torney George Pierce, testi- don. o & ..
< -W ...
Fined Granger Harris $36 "
fied Mrs. Gilhooly's car cut
In front of him and caused after he pleaded guilty to ((904)) .944.JOOO 39) WIST MADISON SHUT ?ttmirS**>.
STARKC FLORIDA, 32O9I the accident. charges of exhibiting a srA"i. rioKioA. iinoi vil.'CHM!.

The trial wound up the term dangerous weapon. .
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Newberry Defeats- BHS By-Lines )

Keystone,. 64-56 By Joyce Allen

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-Lannie Smith who only 12 and Chuck Pullen 14. Bill'' -

scored five points, was labeled Costello scored 12 for Keystone Greetings have some rood are extended to him. Get! well
"the most( valuable player" Heights.
news far all Sjn'or i this week. soon.
Tuesday night as Newberry beat Newberry won the JV game, With the first Friday in the That' all the nsw for this
Keystone Heights 6156. 38-21. and the Newberry girls month brings th, spsc'M: privl-: 'week. If you ever have any ''I
It wasn't because Smith pulled made it a sweep by defeating leg! of getting! to wear slack BHS news brln It ta A-13 or
$ down 23 rebounds. Rather it the Keystone Heights girls 45- to school. With the weather liS drop It by The Telegraph: I

was because Smith stopped 18 coil:! as It is that Is surely a Until next, wsek-sea you .
1 Keystone ace Sandy Grayson KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Grayson 104Mi blell!lnr.! around campus. I
holding him to 11 points for WWI' '1-241 Hurnir 0.0-0; Costello
40-13. Htotlnitoll' l-0)t Lelno 0-33)
K'aN, t k 5 Y almost three quarters. B'Miditl' ..* 3-O-ti MurrhM 3-0-4, Totals At BHS Mr. Bill Costello coordinator ,.
Grayson, who scored 26 points, M-103: :! of th+ DCT Club
-w- }:- NEWBERftY FullM 1-2'" K U y r.RF.LKER: from
JO-I3 McKtml 51-14)) Smith M-5) Davis ,been out of school with
scored all 11 of Keystone's first a back
9.91-! Bradford ronr.'v .1'
From 5-7-17. Total 112444.Kry.lMK -
president f ft ( winners pictured at Chamber banquet quarter points and had added '' Mllghti" II M IJ IT-M Injury. Ot'r best: get well! wishes Ph "fI.-6 nl.r.t't' .
president of. the ( left) : .Tovce RI herd, Martha Sue McCain. four more in the second quarter Niwbwry 1 11 i. a-44

Commerce. .. i Sue Underhill. Tom Edwards Richard Jockel. before Newberry changed ,
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ident of the : defenses, putting 6-3 Smith to :: '

with :.Mrs. Loyree of the evening! call 'wf duty to those In need guard the 6-5 Grayson. --.
dent smiling that 1970 would .be of assistance Contributing heavily l 1 to Here's The Smart '
to start a master! Newberry's reversal of an early :. ; ,
the protection! and de! Martha Sue McCain exten ,
season 18-point at the

Five Receive of lie the described downtown as the 'iwas slon awarded home economics for her InterestIn agent, hands fast of break Keystone Heights wasa Way To Handle Your 't
every community. He helping all age! groups In 'the ,.,
): that a program 'area of homemaking and fame guards Eugene McKenzie and! ';.
At Annual : to provide bitter ily living through workshopsand Butch Davis and Newberry's Dry Cleaning t. .

for persons: now living youth programs. ability to hit from the foul line, ,, ,41i

Annual awards for homes. Mary Sue Underbill: was cited where it actually won the game.
Ing achievement ins the executive vice for exceot'onal'! service to her! Newberry hit 24 of 34 shots
munity and the \ of, the chamber serv- community church and from the charity line, comparedto "
of expansion plans of : of ceremon'i's., and school while fulfilling respond.t !. 10 of 17 by Keystone Heights, v't $$1
:Industry highi'gnt4! ( the accomplishment > at home and aai a stu as the Panthers drew foul shot
nual Chamber of : ; year, listing many dent. after foul shot with their fast Our Coin operated Auto- ,.,

membership banquet. ( imcrovements made< Tom Edwards was honoredfor break tactics. matic Machines takes the \ '
night Jan. 29.Recipients
t'ms.! bringing! favorable publ'citv Grayson was high man for Cost of l
High out \
to the county hrmq-h his your ;
awards the game but :Newberry got
were: Good: CMzenshlo; :: by George Jf.i.>b- 4H snJ FFA livestock projects balanced scoring with four men Family Dry Cleaning.

Jockel; Humanitarian.: resulting several grand In champion the showing steersat of in double figures-Davis with Join the Smart Set and i '
Joyce Rlherd; 17, McKenzie 16, Fred Kelsey
vice Martha Sue! McCain; d+ed as "an out state and county fairs.M. Save --.' 1 ,,
Young Aiult:! Award, young teacher! and: A. (Mac) Baldwin was installed County Welfare .- ,, "I\'i$\+.;" '" "
Underbill! ; Bay'i. Ycung In our educattonal as 1970 pres'dent of the \ -
Award Tom Edwards ( works diligently chamber and announced a goal Totals $46,391In
::! educational and of "selllrT: Bradford County to
... ........ opportunities In our 'the people of Bradford( Coun- JanuaryWelfare We
t ty" as one cf the first objctlv are Pleased to Announce
.. of the year. He pres-n'ed payments to'al1nr16.391
a rift to Mrs. Loyre! LaNier. $- were received by 1.264
rd. n county health retiring president::! as a token clients In Bradford County dur. MRS. GERTIE MCRAEwill
cites: for her dell-\ ing January, according to the
jRl.A8Pn.Rat\ | StfpPher service
devotion, beyond the Department of Health And Rehabilitative
during the past year. Services: be Happy to assist you with your Dry

In Union County, 470 client
Triest Joint Land Fill received $18.291; In Baker! County Cleaning on Thursdays and Fridays
488 received: $17.261; and In
.A Held Clay County 1,208 clients received -
Church Proposed By payments totaling: $33-

t E. Triest. 76. of Ther- Union CountyA 621. 8 Curtains Drapes $2 :

: :! Tuesday morning as Jointly operated sanitary Farm BureauSupper LBS. .
of a sudden! Illness.
, land fill on the! Brownlee Roadat
i FORD In Waldo on Jan. New River: has been proposed Feb. 7
i the son of the la'e' : for Bradford and Union
.; B. and India Lewis Counties. The Bradford County FarmEUl'
retired!' carpenter he Bradford Sanitarian Jack au will: have Its quarterly Clothes
I lon'i rjsUent of the Trawlck told the Ccunty Com dish meeting at aIi .r LOS. $250
; covered: supper; 8 - -
iv area a veteran of mission: Monday that Union 7 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 7, at
v I. and a member of County Clerk Robert! Driggers the Brooker School. I
1. Church. has contacted him. Trawick Members are asked to bringa
ea'd! there is a need:! for a land covered dash: (meat, vegetable -
: are his wife Mat- till in the Raiford area. salad, or dessert) and I
". Triest: two sons. Trawlck met Monday( with! the Farm Bureau will supplythe Plenty of Parking Directly in Front
. Ervlij Trlest; 'two/ '
representatives from Union rest. After supper 'there
Mrs. Lillle Mae County and agreed on a procedure will be a short program. \
nr ji Chl'flanJ, and Mrs. the joint
for implementing
Kuykendall Keystone I
) : ; brother, Calvin effort.Two Union County commis! BOWEN WASHETERIAACROSS
fA : Miami; thsister": ,
Ward and Ger-
sioners. Cletue
" Bryant Hobe Sound; ald Griffis! from Raifori:!! and The TelegraphFor
Bill Miami; and
two Bradford CommlsslonerJ. *,
Daniels, Keystone!
M. (Buck) Norman and Mrs.
: IC'u"; 20 grandchildren. Jessie Chastain, have been! appointed Office Supplies FROM WINN-DIXIE -- Starke Plaza I
to meet and discuss Phone 964-6305
services were! held
the along with the sanitarian
prcject ,
iI Thursday:! in Hope /
I $1695 with the pas- from each county.A .
survey will be taken to
Merle Packham offl- / /
determine the use of the new .
'. I> ? nt was In the
dump and operation! casts will
with DeWitt
: -.- be prorated between the two
: Funeral Home In
! arrangements. counties.
Since all of Ralfori: will apparently -
I $ use the new land fill.
Tax Tiaw'ck .says, it appears to
( him that usage will be about 8

;-: !9> Passenger, Course to 1 with the heavy user being

?: LCJC Union Trawick County told the Bradfordcommissioners

*I u_ Monday! that
weeto! short course on
neither Union or Clay counties:
will be offered at
have: a mosquito control unit KiI&r*'r if jfrf 11" A"TJ -}<; -? !?\ '
Junior Collage begin which in Bradford: controls the
5. J 3533 fSra
cc', $1695 February disposition of garbage. ?
.m. in Room 10 of Saa natS
.t. Building'; on Masonic .
Or.; Monaco Meeting

: ..
( will cover the Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM

: of income tax re- will hold its regular meeting
individuals: ) and is Monday, Feb. 9 at 7:30: p.m. Our rluain ovtr,half 4. ; / v /
cnlury of Quclily ManufacturingSleep ;
fi $ the public free of All members are urged to be
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r far: the four "W eks.

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\ \ : dO material! : vides most. extra support where you need it Mattress or .. mattress or box spring

Fordor. now aids for in advance these! that of m Hr Box Spring regular or extra length

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Still Have Chance

Lagers Split 2 Loop Games I SP R.TS

Surviving last week's play ;' ference- foe Orange Park. The Paul Schlltchman scored 38 'Must' Game

with a spilt decision in two Raiders bombed BHS 70-49 in points. Cagers Face

tight ball games, Bradford High E.T 1 their Christmas tournament as But Schlitchman has mono-
cagers still have their toe in nuclesis and is out and BUS

the door for the Florida Star has since beaten the Raiders Palatka/ Tomorrow
With !
Conference title. 54-39 and 64-57. But Satur- ,
Santa Fe day BUS also played withoutits "1
They wound on the effort they did against Orange i
up leading scorer. in "It'll be some rough going,
second place
In tie for .
end in 63-62 defeat at the t' Sexton said. The night
a Park,
& 1f Mickey Brokas was Orange the Florida Star Conference, Sexton said 'noting the two big .
in and McKnight's injury BHS
hands of Bolles a rough In the after ,
Park's leading scorer Satur- Tornado cagers face a must games will be played Park
tumble contest in Jacksonville DefeatsBHS downed Orange 64-57 as
day with 25 points to keep the win contest Palatka tomorrow ,opposing team's gym. hit in
last Friday which went four Tornadoes double
Raiders In the Game all the night (Friday, Feb. 6). "But we're capable, the
overtime. Three Tornadoescame led by Graudons !
doubt figures
Brokas' big shot is a coach added. "There's no
out of the Bolles battle way. Palatka is now 6-2 in con- with 27 points.
from the left side of in mind.
jumper my
with ankle injuries and David 5'Dropping ference play with one less win
the basket about 15 feet out.
McKnight, leading BHS scorer, and one less defeat than Brad- David Graudons has taken charge )
Almost all his points came from The leading BHS scorer, -
is out of action for several a 69-61 decision to ford High and Live Oak, both of since McKnight's Injury and
team- has been out
that one spot after a McKnight,
1 4 with 7-3 marks. "really come up with some fine
games. Santa Fe's Rebels in a road with
Y+ mate blocked out a BHS de- action the last two games He knows we're
Minus McKnight BUS battled ; game Tuesday, Bradford's ca- fender. Live Oak lost 87-63 to Bollesin an ankle injury sustained in depending performances.on him and he's playing
evened at
back Saturday night as they gers are now Jacksonville Tuesday night the Bolles game in Jackson- "
real ball for us, the coach
hosted a tough Orange Park for the season. Graudons scored his 27 points while Palatka topped St. Aug ville. He is responding well
The Tornadoes held a 47-46 from outside and inside. He Coach Sexton says.
team to win a 64-57 decision ustine. to treatment,
Sexton also noted that Tim
lead going into the fourth perIod hit baskets from the corner,
to remain within shouting dis- Should the Tornadoes lose to says, but his status tomorrow
hit points
but the Rebels outscored some short jumpers, and had Murphey against
Palatka it for the game
tance of the loop title.It tomorrow night night
Santa Fe, his season high, and
t in the final
them 23-14 eight several tip ins. doubtful."If .
in all knock
would probability, very
gives BUS a 7-3 confer- minutes. Santa Fe will come to I : had 14 points the game before.
them from chance at the
ence mark. Live Oak leads Zr rJ, Starke for a return match next )I StatisticsBHS ference title.a Coach Sexton con-asks he's not ready, the boys "Tim has lately become a very
the loop with a 7-2 mark and Tuesday. that fans support the BHS teamin will just have to pick up and capable scorer, the coach
Palatka has a 5-2 conference BHS' Mark Graudons led all give the same kind of team noted.BUYING .
record. BITS has two con- scorers with 23 points and he 16 12 16 12 6.62 the big game tomorrow.The .

ference games remaining, with led BUS in rebounding with Bolles 15 14 10 17 7.63 Tornadoes sandwich in
Santa Fe, Feb. 10, and Baker
Live Oak and Palatka both away 10. Tim Murphey scored a sea-
County Feb. 13, then to
The situation of 17 points for BUS
from home. son high
BUS McKnight 11-6-23 Gra- Live Oak on Feb. 14, a Sat-
leaves the Tornadoes with a and Randall McGee contributed
1-0-2 urday, for their final regular
chance to knock off the two lea- 12 points In his second varsity udons 6-1-13, Murphey ,
Is t 1 Graudon 4-2-10, Johns 3-1-7, season game and final Florida ; COINS
gue leaders but the going expected game. M
to be extremely tough in But the Rebels' Ray Gallop McGee 1-0-2. Brown 0-0-0.To- Star"If game we of beat the Live season.Oak and ; } 20o TO 50% OVER Face ValueS
enemy territory. got hot in the fourth period, tals 26-10-62. least
Palatka we've got at a
coming up with 10 of his 18 share of the conference title, +? DIMES, QUARTERS, HALVES, DOLLARS ,"*
Bolles Game points. Rebel Rodney Holton 1964 OR BEFORE t
Chris Regas. big Bolles cen- set a school rebounding record BUS 17 14 17 16 64 Coach Mike Sexton says. Also we will buy 1965 Halves Nickels "tomr
ter, sank a free throw with 11 by pulling down 27, one over OP 11 15 20 II 57 .+- before Cents 1931 or before. 1959 or* >
seconds left to send that game the previous mark for a sin- e e e
into overtime. He also bucketed .; r "', ?;:. gle game by a Santa Fe player. BUS -Graudons,12-3-27,Mu- WE BUY, SELL, OR TRADE .

a hook shot in the over- BUS jumped into an early rphey 5-2-12, Graudon 4-5-13, The Office Tory snorts that

time to again bring Bolles from With an incredible 12 for 20 performance, Mark lead and kept a two to five Johns 5-0-10, Riherd 0-0-0, students who are complainingabout BULLINGTON'S Starker
behind for a one point victory. point margin until early in the McGee 1-0-2. Totals 27-10-
Graudons scored 27 points to lead BHS *, Fhones
world's environ-
His winning shot came with just past Orange fourth period. the Day 961-7271 Night 964.6250SLADE'S
three Park He had 20 rebounds. "We did the 64.OP ment should be reminded:
seconds left in the over- a good job on Brokas 11-3-25, French
time. Craudons hit from outside around the key, and boards in the first half, but 1-0-2, Matherson 3-3-9, Shan- "this is your planet; love it or
Regas scored 26 points, sec- close] in. The 15-foot; ,jumper zipped through the we didn't do anything the sec- non 2-0-4, Harris 1-1-3, Bas- "
ond only to David McKnights nets. ond half" Coach Mike .Sexton sett 7014. Totals 25757. leave it.

28 points, to lead Bolles to the said. -
win. Regas scored most of his through the net with 10 secondsleft Senior Mark Graudons was the But the big difference In the _
points on in close baskets and gave Bolles the 63- big gun, scoring 27 points and ballgame the BUS coach said,
after dribbing backwards and 62 win. grabbing 20 rebounds. It e- was that Dean Johns was held
forcing the BHS defender,Mark BHS beat Bolles 47-42 hereon qualed Graudons' performance pointless. Johns has been pro-
Graudons, back with him. Gra- Jan. 16.Coach against Live Oak when he had ductive scorer for the Torna- r FEBRUARY
udons fouled out with 3:46 left Mike Sexton's five end- 28 points and 16 rebounds.But does, but had probably his worst
in the fourth period and Re- ed with 26 field goals to 23 game Tuesday night, the coach
gas continued the rough and for Bolles. But they had only he got help from Fred- said.
tumble tactics. 17 charity chances to Bolles' die Graudon with 13 points and BUS also played minus the

Bradford cagers' held a slim 29. BUS had 10 free throw 7 rebounds, Tim Murphey with services of David McKnight,the
edge until the final minutes points to Bolles' 17. 12 points and 6 rebounds, and leading scorer, who is out withan
of the contest They led 16- Dean Johns with )10 points and ankle injury. 30" MODERN COOKING

15 after the first period, were McKnight led the scoring with 6 rebounds. COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC

down 28-29 at the half, then 28 points equaling his high for BHS jumped off to a 17-11 Statistics
went ahead five points, 44-39, the season. Mark Graudonshad MACHINE
first period lead and had a 31-
going into the final period. 13 points before fouling out, But BUS 15 20 12 14 61 PUSH BUTTON WASHER
26 advantage at the half.
The five point edge came on Freddie Graudons 10, Dean S. Fe 12 20 14 23 69BHS '
all the and
seven quick points by David Johns 7, and Murphey 2 points. Bolles battled way
closed the difference to 48-46
McKnight as the third period Into the fourth period. Graudons IO-3 J3.Mur cc ?
drew to a close. McKnight McKnight also led BHS! in rebounds going OP's Bradley Harris tied the phey 7-3-17 Graudon 3-3-9., ,
made three straight baskets with 10. Dean Johns Johns 0-0-0, tdherd 0-0-0,Mc- +
and a charity shot to bring had 9, Graudons 8, and Grau- game 51-51 on his only "field Gee 4-4-12. Totals 241361.S. GAS RANGE aar
goal of the night with 4::? > left
BHS from a 37-38 deficit to don 5. FeJohns 2-3-7, Aderholt
in the .
the 44-39 lead. game.OP's 0-0-0, Holton 7-3-17, Gallop
9-0-18. Hitchcock 4-2-10, Polk -
she Tornadoes maintained the 6-5-17. Totals 281369.De'ense .., -'- ,.I "'I
margin until Graudons fouled

out with 3:46: to go. Bolles'
Woody Holland scored two free Fund
shots to close the margin to

50-46. Then at 3:36 BHS' Tim For IndigentsLaw

Murphey was called for a foul, icvL .
on the play on which he was
injured, and Bolles' Tom Gold- ProposedA

smith bucketed two free throws,
narrowing the margin: to 50-48. method that would set up
Playing without a fund. to pay court: costs of /
stood with hands off as Degas Indigents defended;! by at public y.;

scored to close the margin expense has been proposed by
again to two points, 52-50. At Public Defender R. A. (Buzzy) j
2:27 Bolles' Kirk Nelson hit to Green Jr.Green's.
tie the game 5252. suggestion is that
At 1:43, Bradford's Freddie indigent. defendants who plead .. .
Graudon was called for foul- guilty and are placed! on probation =
ing Regas and the big Bolles should 'be required\ to pay WASHER MA 1030E

center hit. one of two free court costs set by the judge

throws to put Bolles ahead 53- after they go back to work. MAOICCMTT,

The money would be placed In
52.The Bulldogs then attemptedto "special fund to; pay! attorney Just Push! a Button and it Does The Rest Automatiralv .

freeze the ball and protect fees and court costs for other Completely Automatic ) sets Wafer<
their slim margin. Bolles'Bobby persons without funs to pay No Matches Needed Cycle Speed and Spinning actions14 Pound
Gillander scored a layup
for their own defense the pub- Permanent Pre
when the Tornadoes left in him lic defender says. Choice of Colors -- Clock and Timer s,
open under the an The proposal was submittedto
attempt to get the ball away,
the County Commission! by
making it 55-52 with time run- -
County Attorney Theron Yawn'Who
ning out. Meantime McKnightand Mickey Brokas l !scored 25 points against said he felt a. law setting! FOX ONLY Reg.

Douglas Brown were call- BUS, most of t them just like I is shown above. An OP up such a fund would: be: beneficial -
ed for fouling but Bolles' miss player would screen!" out the BITS defender and to the county $289.50
ed the charity shots. $
McKnight got the ball on a rebound Brokas was deadly from a spot on the !side' about The County Commission endorsed i.OOWT S266WESTINGHOUSE

and raced the length of 18 feet. from the basket. Green's propose: bill 1 99 Sale Price
the court for a lay up with 32 on the grounds that It will eave I

seconds left, making it 54-55. Hsi re Bel'' the county money.
Then McKnight stole the ball
from Bolles as it was broughtin
court. No foul was call- rHU OFHEARING

ed and Dean Johns scooped up
the loose ball and laid it up

to put BHS ahead 56-55 with .t ? t tt
21 seconds left.
With II seconds left Bolles + Been Guessing At Half 16' NO FROST REFRIGERATOR
had the ball and Regas was
pushing his way toward the r t The Conservation '
basket. McKnight was call- adjustable Shelves, 7 Day Meat Keeper
ed for fouling. ( MILLIONS ,
Regas missed his first shot t WITH THIS PROBLEM keeps Meat up to 7 days without Freezing

but made the second for a 56- + TM lpi !
have FOUND ,
56 tie and sent the game into ,i

overtime.Murphey{ came back, ankle r YOU WILL TOOSt! ) i 19 "'" I"ii'',! ;"' All The Things

Injury and all, for BITS In the 6 Don't Delay Any /'! d''ii'' You Want
overtime. Bolles jumped to a $299
bas- j'I. I Longer... ;
quick five point lead on : M MII'
'- ,
kets by Goldsmith and Regas i 5121 Normandy Blvd. I'' For only)

and a free throw by Gillander. ; t Phone 781.2270 t I i 1 . .
Mc- W.T.
But with 1:32: remaining I 1="1,t :,
Knight tipped in a missed If You Can't Come ," ,; I ijrJ/IiIIl/ll'f/ / 'J1111 ;1 ;;,
/ I I
BITS shot to make it 58-61. "Mo: __';' !
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Then with 30 seconds remain- ',_ Coupon Inf 1 I ADD AN
.AI.- '-- a. !!!mnn il FOR ONLY
of two free I I J
ing he sank one ? ?
throws to close: It to 5961.. Orange Park's Steve Bassett lose control of MONTGOMERYWARD ill Automatic Ice Maker

McKnlght's ankle injury cameon the ball. It flew free and four THIS players jumped t t $49.95
the play but he finished win.
for the steal in their 61.57
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and put it back up for two again the Tornadoes opend a 59-
points, tieing the game at 61- 51 margin before the Raiders
61. He was fouled on the shot Four Tornadoes scored in could again score. Graudons ] Please end FREE Illustrated $319.00
and sank the charity chanceto double figures In a 64-57 win scored four of the eight points t Healing Aid t

put BUS ahead 62-61 with over a battling Orange Park with Tim Murphey and Dean Booklet
24 seconds remaining In the five here Saturday night. BUS Johns each contributing a bas-

overtime. played without David McKnight, ket. t NAME . .. . t SLADE GAS AND
Orange park brought ball leading scorer with a 17 point APPLIANCES!
ADbRESS ., .
In and worked It in to Regas. average. But the Tornadoescame Graudons scored three more td.

Once again the big center pushed up with what Coach Mike points and Graudon hit a bas- .
Sexton termed a "tremendous 332 W. Madison St.
his way backward towardthe ket to maintain the lead for the Phone 964-7701 :
basket, then laid a hook effort" and a "Cinderellagame. 64-57 win. It was the second
shot ever: his head. It went ." win in three games over con-



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YHERESSABy Rios NamedAs BRADFORD Baptist Church, the Fraternal CARD OF THANKSWe
r Private First Class SlyvesterCovlngton. Order of Firemen, and was a would
like to
I 1 DirectorOf FORESTRYDo NEWS l \ ABOUTSERVICE 23, son of Mr. and Mason and Shriner. He recently appreciation! to express our man)
retired after 27 with '
Dontb MOb CUBB AgencyNelson Mrs. Clarence Covlngton, years friends for the many acts of
i Fhocw 474318 you own a soil bank pliMl Starke, completed( a satellite the Fire Department. kindness shawn. in words, flowers 1
planting? Have checked: 16 Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
you communications equipment
.j Hot: Baptist Church! R. Rlos, 29, has been MENArmy : repairman cards and foci( : during our
at Hope recently? Did any Josephine Starling; two sons
Church sea
Cemetery. Both you course Dee 18 at the time of
Telephone bereavement anJ toss
473-4188. Sunday named: Executive!! Directorof
as Leon and Edwin
men tree with dead leaders! (tips) Starling, one
School 10 were well> known anj: loved U. S. Army Sisrnal! School Ft. of our loved one.
a.m.: Morning Wor the CUBS Economic Agency, Mrs. Alene Brum-
here, and the sincere sympathy or dead tops? A dis8Seus. Private First Class Robert Monmouth, N. J. daughter
ship.! 11; Training Union Our heartfelt thanks bo mem-
p.m. 6:30: of the community Is extendedto Inc.The >pected to be pitch canker has F. Denison Jr.. 19 whose The 36-week course( trainedhim baugh all of Jacksonville; five !hers of Kingsley Lake Church
; Evening
Worship 7:15: decision to retain Mr. sisters Mrs. C.W. Buff and
; been soil 2 Starke
located in all Routs
the bereaved families.CONGRATULATIONS nearly parents live on to operate, Inspect test and Rev. Donald
E. Wills and
evening Prayer Ser. Rlos as Executive Director was Mrs. Dixon Thomas, both of
bank and 13 to the 1st
in Dec.
vice 7:30: plantings was assigned and perform repairs 'on satellite Rev. Robert L. West! for their
with Starke
choir practice reached at the quarterly meetIng Vietnamas ; Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.
: Baker pitch
far Division in
counties. So : infantry communications terminal
afterward. cf the Board of Directorsof and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead both many acts of kindness and
To Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pack- canker has ,been located] definitely a cook.
In the absence of the pastor!: ham Jr. on the birth of a son the CUBB Economic Agency in only one plantation\ equipment. of Kingsley Lake; and Mrs.. their service.

Rev. Merle Packham, because Merle EriC, on Jan. 29 at Brad- on January 26, in Starke. Mr. here In Bradford County. HoWever Army Specialist Five Joseph Lucile Stoughton, Jacksonville.Containeriza't A special ,thanks to doctors
t of illness Rev. Norman Redding ford County Hospital in Starke.Granlparents Rios was recommended for the Curtis and nurses' at Bradford County
there Irene Fcrgerson. Starling
are over 1.500 acres Norris, son of Mrs. -
iJ Hospital and DeWV.t C. Jones
Chaplain at the RaUord position by the Personnel Committee
Mr. and Mrs. on
are of soil! bank! pines In Bradford. 1537 McCollum St.,
State Prison, brought th of the Board 'of Direc Services HeldIn Funeral Home far kind services:
mrsi' fire/ward Akridge and Rev. and
Infected trees with the
easily no !
are Starke was ass'gnei:
sags! at the A New Advance in rendered.!! The family of Jim
, !i' Sunday evening Mrs. Merle Packham Mr. and ticed. The leader! or tips, of 1st Signal Brigade In Vietnam: Jacksonville SilcoJC.:
service of Haps: Baptist Church. Mrs. Packham Jr. and Eric are tors.Mr. ,the tree trunk usually d'e first Dec. 12, as a photographer.
Most Interesting and informative spending; some tIm with Rev. :RiM has beer(:; with!! the Streams\>t pitch flow down the Package TransportJust ._ j
were two films on drug and Mrs. Packham before! returning CUBB Agency since September trunk from the canker. Canker: Army Specialist Four JamesA. Funeral services for CurtisB. lengths up to 40 feet. 1
use "Insight or Insane" and 1, 1969 serving as Deputy Director Starling, 67, a retired captain as food packaging in
: to their home at Salt ed branches often developa McCrary, 20. son of Mr. and of the Jacksonville Fire Shippers, most cases,
LSD, provided through cour." Springs and Interim Acting Exe. staghorn curl. Wood from (Mrs. James N. McCrary, Routs Department, were held at 2 paved the way for super- pack and seal the containers at
tesy of Clay Electric Co-op.' cutlve Director. Previous to the cankered portion of the 2, Starke, was ass'gned Dec. 12 p.m. Tuesday In Hardage & market convenience shopping, their own plants, and they'renot I
!Inc., and shown by Marls Pack- GET WELL WISIIES this Mr. R'oa spent two years. tree will be resin soaked; and to the 1st Infantry Division in Sons Riverside Funeral Home, truck trailers have paved the opened until they reach I
ham Jr. at the evening: service To Walter Swindell follow'n in the VISTA (Volunteers In redder:! than normal. Vietnam as a reconnaissance Jacksonville. Burial was In way for a new shipping technology their destination. This cuts
Jan. 25.BIBLE. surgery at the Veterans Hcs- Service To America) program. Owners of so'l batik plantings specialist. Riverside Memorial Park that of containeriza- down on the opportunities for '
CLUB pital in Gainesville Feb. 3. His first year assignmentinVISTA
on should check for the disease Cemetery. tion.
pilferage and the danger of
The New Life!! Bible Club for DINNER PARTY was In Greenville, S. C. and notify their county forester tlon on known affected areas! Mr. Starling died Saturday, These trailers, combinedwith contamination damage! in
students In grades 1 through 6 Capt. Harry Loper, who returned and his second year was servedin if trees with dying leaders and will be helpful to the pilot and Jan. 31, at his home in Jack- the railroads "private transit. or
meets each Monday:> afternoon to the U. S. in January Alachua County. tops are found Bradford County spot.teas. For further Information sonville after an extended "
after school at the mobile after a year's tour of duty in He Is a 23-ysar resident of wllll bs Town for forest insect contact your county for Illness. lie was a native of highways, introduced the The containers are inter-

"Children's Chapel" at Hope Vietnam, was guest of honor Florida, and resides: with his and;;, disease purposes dui 964-6554 or the Count Maxville, and had lived In Jacksonville piggyback concept for shipping modal and can be used in various
Baptist! Church.SYMPATHY at a belated Christmas party wife In Starke. ing the spring, and:!! Inform- Agriculture Building Starke. since 1920. He was a containers eight feet modes of transportation.w .
and dinner at the home of Mr. member of the St. Johns Park high, eight feet wide and in

The community Is saddens! and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. on
/toy the deaths of Raymond Hlx- Tuesday evening Jan. 27.
on on Jan. 16 at the Veteran'sHospital Table place settingwere!! lath t t i
In Galjie3ville after an Christmas motif! a-'d de- *
extended: Illness, and Kenneth corations Insluciel a Christmastree. 1

Hall of Lake Osneva in an Guests!! enjoyed slide:! views = E A G C
automobile acclcUnt :near of Vietnam scenes taken toy _-
Gainesville Jan. 24. Funeral Capt. Loper]: while there. f
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Chapel in Star: ment at National Cemetery In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. William
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Martha Sue McCain
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.. L-/ County Extension

Proof ProvidedAside D Home Economics Agent

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from the debatable questionof Although we have not had accessto '. r.. TAKE CARE '

whether it would have been better an American history book for a o t Many a Homemaker firmly oftenwithabrushAdailywork- I

for a resolution from the black stu- great many years, if-- as was believes that the' safest out with a well-lathered brush

dents of Bradford High to have been chargedthe black men and women and cleanest place for her pulls dirt stimulates from underneath circulationand
family to eat is at home. ,
presented by a small delegation, or who have made notable contributionsto ( even though she takes pride In helps to smooth rough spots.

by a large segment of the total black our American heritage are not .. her gleaming kitchen, she may When drying hands after each

enrollment (as it was), the fact remains given fair recognition in textbooksnow .,.".:.(':?...:'J.;.?.. ''. .. .. neglect a few sanitary measures washing, make it a habit to
that everyone concerned is to be in use, then certainly that is a .lti r "'"" ';'.:: ) that are vital safeguards for her gently push back cuticles.
that should be recognizedand ; "" : 'I''n family's health. Hand lotion should be kept In
commended on the orderly manner in shortcoming '
?Jr t 'i': : ; For instance,too many women number of places including
which the meeting Tuesday morning was corrected.All ) : 'I : ; ).:: : are content with taking a hasty bathroom, kitchen,bedroom and

conducted.The h ,y. 't '. damp cloth swipe at their meat near the telephone.Before mak-
of the six points, however, whether cutting board before storing it ing a call that may be lengthy iIIII

procession from the high school feasible or not, should be given a away for future use. Conse- wash hands, dial, apd then .

to,the School Board meeting in the old thorough hearing with the object of quently, small pieces of meat massage lotion all over the

county courthouse was orderly, with all resolving as many of them as possible, are sometimes' left imbeddedin hands while talking. If you findit
the wood to provide an ex- uncomfortable to cradle the :
.the students-- some 150 of them-- and we have every reason to believe cellent br'eedinggroundforbae- phone without using your hand, .

proceeding to their destination without they will be. '. '<<..f ;;.'.,. teria. The next piece of meat attach a shoulder rest to the .
incident. :.(;: :(: :f.J' cut on the board will be con- receiver.You :

The School Board received the student ..;...,.!: II! taminated. Be certain you scrub can also use talking timeto

Once in the courtroom the studentssat delegation in a fair and understandingmanner '.i...../ O.y.f. the wooden cutting surface thor- file and shape nails with an
,. .'.: h:1: with hot or board. Use short strokes
.. oughly soap emery
their turn to be and have to .
quietly, awaiting we no reason "; I. >) N! ) detergent suds after each time and work in one direction, as"sawing"
i.'I "
heard, and when that turn came their doubt their sincerity in wishing to .". ;....J.; ;..,..: ., .-. you use your meat board.Rinse tends to split nails.

chosen spokesman presented their see grievances corrected in the areas ..i.L:.,. ;-.c.,-...":," .' immediately, and wipe dry. Having emery boards in con-
case, without unnecessary emotion or where justified and within the powerof ...',li,-,:" ", .; .',... ', .. Food poisoning in home kit- venient spots around the house .

dramatics. The manner in which they the Board to act. .,...1;"..,),' "I,.." ,."..;".... chens may also result from makes it easier and quicker to .
..{/ ; careless use of insect sprayor repair rough nails before any
acted led at least one School Board We have been proud of the conductof ::'. ;. ..;: \r r.i ( other household chemicals. real trouble starts.

member to commend them for con- both the white and the black com- ,\.i, '.:' "":'." .. If you spray In a room where Cloves are good preventive

ducting themselves like ladies and munities of Starke during these trying \: .''.., ''..' \ food is kept be certain that "medicine". Rubber glovesfor
gentlemen. He also reminded them that times which have taxed the under- 'O\2.r.: \; .. IS' the food is well protected from wet work prevent water
the chemicals by placing it ina damage. Light-weight cotton
this line of action was the most standing and patience of both races 1', to. \ ... .j.
... tightly-closed cabinet or re- gloves protection againstthe
effective, from their standpoint, in through periods of change which are "'" i;;.i,<" .,.r frigerator. Soap your hands rigors of heavy housework.

obtaining fair and reasonable consider- traditionally resisted by many. It has thoroughly after using,and wash Garden gloves should be worn

ation for their proposals.We been a record of which any communitycould out all utensils containing such for yard work to ward off bUsters .
chemicals in hot soap or detergent and scratches. It is also
and hope that record
be proud we suds. a time-saver to occasionally

do not 'feel- qualified, at this will remain inviolate now and in the Even though the National Safely massage clean hands liberally

point, to offer an opinion as to the future. FarmersWe Diarysources. ; Council and other educational with cream or lotion, slip on
muchto cotton gloves and let the
merits demerits of the six matters To keen it clean will require con- organizations have done treatment take effect while
cut down on our country'spreventable you
touched on in the resolution submittedto tinued openmindedness and understanding accidents,the homeis work on dusting or vacuum-

the School Board. Some of them which are the tests of civilized had a little bit of every- still at the top of the list ing. Keep various work glovesin

seemed deserving of serious consi- man's right to live in a civilized thing from the Weatherman of danger areas. But with a few convenient places and be

deration, while others were in areas society.We during the past weeksome simple safeguards, you can do sure to launder them as needed -
the air
summertime temperatures, Generally speaking, ,
much to keep your home a ,
where the School Board has no believe that both of our races, rain with thunder and lightning, water and land in Bradford healthy place to live. f or jobs that are dirty but
jurisdiction such as policies of the white and black, can meet that test. and then a cold wind which County is remarkable free of require dexterity-example

Student Council. Tuesday's meeting provided the proof. brought winter back with frosty pollution and all you have to FREQUENT HANDWASHINGThe transplanting delicate plants
mornings. For a few days at do is take a trip around it to hands that rock the cra- try digging fingernails into a

least we had some balmy wea- appreciate the natural beautyof dle and cook the meals tap mar of soap to keep soil from
ther and it sure felt good whileit the countryside and the neat- typewriters, cash registers and lodging under nails. There are
lasted. ness of the commlnlties within computers belong to several on the market. Some
In The Meantime"Clean By Sam McGanrey\
I it. One goal of the localC. Whether these hands are oper- creams arewaterrepellentanddesigned
1 hen: be too"dry. He said he of C. this year is to "sell" ating home appliances or com- for "wet" work.

t thinks: the solution to our prob- the people of Bradford Countyon mercial machines, they lead a Others are made for "dry"
According to records, we us- j lem is a series of control Bradford County and they busy life. work; that is,protection against

air, clean water, open It has been said that mankind is ually get about 80 thunder and ,structures which would maintain have a very good poont. A woman's hands are likelyto water-insoluble Irritants. Bar-
lightning storms a year In this ,: the water level in the cope with plenty of water, rier creams are especially
spacesthese should once again be the its environment and .
destroying own section, so we can expect 79 ,ounty at a fairly constant level. garden soil, food stains, and helpful to working women since
birthright of every American. If we that the Earth will be uninhabitable or so more during the balance I. be exposed to a variety of chemicals they act as invisible gloves.
act now-- they can be." before this century is out unless some- of this year. The Tampa Bay Everything in our yard is abrasives, and temper- The two most important instructions -

thing is done to control air and water area Is most active In that Pollution'of air, water and dormant, including Sam, and ature changes. It doesn't take for barrier creams
these respect; records show that Na- land is one of our big prob- he really should be out trans- long to acquire ragged cuti- are to wash hands clean and
Although problems are
pollution. ture puts on about 90 of Its : and understandthat planting some evergreens whichhe dry thoroughly before appli
These the 'lems today we cles, split nails, rough, or even i'
were challenging wordsof not as serious in our nonmetropolitanarea "fireworks" exhibitions there In one county an ordinancehas raised from cuttings. Now is cracked knuckles. The situation cation. After three or four

President Nixon in his recent Stateof as they are in the congested every year. been passed forbidding the the time to do It, but if he from wrists down requires fre- hours, these creams need to be "

the Union address, and although they cities, we have other serious prob- burning off of land. It Is dir- doesn't hurry up the time will quent though not necessarily reapplled. I,
have an inspiring ring to them tney lems that deserve immediate attention.For ected, especially against the be past and he'll have to wait time-consuming treatment. To sum up, in order to keep
will not satisfy those who seek specifics burning of piles of trees until next, season. Somehow or Keeping treatment aids handy hands and nails lovely to lookat
rather than high-flown generalities. The rain last week kept the stumps, brush, etc., at land other it is always too cold encourages use and takes only it is important never to
ground water level high, and cleared for construction, and or too wet to get the job done seconds snatched from busy skip dally care. That Includes ,
They want to know how much of his Instance, a recent statement bya we are told that logging where old auto tires are put and first thing he knows it will schedules. It's worth this small frequent handwashing, careful i

budget he is willing to commit to state health official that "It's time 'operations are faced with almost ,on the piles to facilitate burn- be too late. effort. drying, pushing back cuticles, !

the cause, and just how he plans to someone put a stop to this septic Impossible difficulties. ing. For example, beside every scrubbing with a well-lathered ;

go about reaching these laudable goals. tank mess." The charge was made that However, all the wet weather soap dish there should be a brushe applying plenty of hand I,:
The will all we've had has reduced the num- nailbrush Then, it's easy to lotion to clean hands, shaping
later failures
answers come the septic tank are common
ber of All his has been
fires in the woods we along excuse thoroughly clean after any hard- of nails with an emery board
President promised, among a score over the state, and are reaching intolerable usually have at this time of In that connection, a wordof the football games on TV, but on-the-hands chore. Have you and using protective gloves or :;

or more special messages he plansto proportions in closely packed the year. friendly advice was given now that they are over with, ever noticed how healthy and barrier creams when the Job )

send to Congress. We shall see. subdivisions where tanks are used by Bradford County last week by he'll have to come up with some- strong. doctors fingernails are? calls for It. ',
developers rather than put in sewer the president of the Jackson- thing else. The fact is he's
ville Chamber of Commerce. having trouble with tired old "
systems.For In talking to Don blood, or something, and what' FLORIDA
Champion He said that pollution may not ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
In meanwhile there be
the may some- about it last week, though, he be a problem now in this county he should do is get his oil
thing we can do on our own. At leasta said that a period of dry wea- but urged that steps be changed and maybe a tune-up I
start has been made. This start was the past two decades, the Bureauof ther can change the present taken now "while you still have job to regain the energy it alcotropics-

taken in two recent meetings of the Sanitary Engineering has recom- situation In a relatively short time" to guard against the takes to stir around and fix

Environmental Health Study Committeefor mended that no mass housing be time and that the county will spoiling of our natural re- up a few things.
Bradford with third developed on the basis of septic tanks
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half of the residences in Floridaare ir"----: SENIOR t

served by such devices. By PAUL C. FORAKER

The local committee has been formed I Chamber News .11 1 i CITIZENS Editor Information Services ,,1

under the auspices of the Health

Planning Council of the JacksonvilleArea Thirty years ago septic tanks were Deceptive contests are being ,r r Forty-five United States senators to overcome critical shortage
Inc., a voluntary, non-profit used to lure consumers into entitles the recipient to a have joined in introducingthe of trained people. There is
considered a boon to household sani- "free" sewing machine or Many, many thanks to every.
earmarked for this
Alcoholism Care and Con- $200,000 purpose
organization serving the counties of tation. For Florida's sparse and widely buying sewing machines or stereo console (provided he one for all the beautiful cards: fiscal
during the next
trol Act of 1969 in the Senatea -
stereo consoles at inflated pri-
Baker Bradford Duval Nassau and phone calls and good wishes
separated population, they signaled the the Starke-Bradford County buys a "service and instruction bill probably better known year.
ces, -
St. Johns. It has the responsibilityof policy" or the required numberof that I received. Ironically, I
6. Establish
end of old-style privies and were ; Chamber said in a public merely as "S. 1997. regional centers
planning, within the six-county considered absolutely safe. But with warning. record albums), a discount attended a Health Planning The bill would attack alcohol- for research in alcoholism and
certificate, or a combinationof Council Meeting on Jan 22 and
region, in the areas of mental health the population explosion John Myers, executive vice- ism from six fronts. It is being alcohol-related problems in or
following! both. the following day, I was In bed
and mental retardation, health man- president of the chamber, affiliated sponsored by senators of every der to overcome the longstanding -
World War n bottle of
crowded Sometimes
conditions in a per- on the verge pneumonia liberal neglect in this field. For
through membershipwith persuasion-from
power, health facilities environmentalhealth many areas made septic tanks a threatto the National Better Busi- fume and a "free Las Vegasvacation" and have been in bed ever to conservative and back fiscal 1970, three million dollars -

and social health. the health and a real environmental ness Bureau, said the promotions are thrown in. These"vacations" since. again. are authorized. .
Health award normally are financed A big salute our Vic-! would The fact that this bill has
problem. officials say theprob- promise to partially by the Briefly, the bill :
Pres. Mary Allen and Treas-
lem lies with home lots less than machines to winners either"free" Establish Division of Alcoholism been introduced indicates the
customer, who pays a $12 or urer, Emma Morton, both ol 1. a
Sub-committees of the local group half an acre in size, and that permits or at substantial $15 registration fee, and par- whom carried out the programfr and Alcohol Problems mounting concern across our
savings. As usual there is nation the
a regarding problemof
include Air Pollution Control, Food should be denied for any such lot gimmick.In tially by real estate promoterswho oour Annual Luncheon From within the National Institute of alcoholism. Those active in
the to Mental Health, with broad responsibilities -
Protection, Public Sewerage and Sani- some promotions, notices require recipient what I hear it was a great prevention and treatment will
in of
listen to a sales pitch. areas re-
tation Services, Public Water, are mailed telling recipientsthat The "free vacation" may success. search, education coordination be watching progress of this
Recreational Sanitation Residential This is of their "lucky" telephone We are sorry to hear that bill with great interest.If .
just one the many prob- amount to only a discount on prevention, and support for
Environment Solid Wastes Collectionand number or license number entities new member! Mariani! Batchelder you are interested in the I
lems to which the new Environmental the room rental with the"winner" community treatment and reha-
them to "free" of Lake Geneva, is in Bradford :
a sewing subject of alcoholism, we invite
Disposal and Vector Control. The Health Committee paying the round- bilitation
might address itself. machine or stereo. The catch County Hospital with dou programs. I
you to write for free information -
chairmen of these sub-committees Perhaps by the time it is ready to is that they must buy a"serviceand trip fare, meals, tips and tax- ble pneumonia. We hope that 2. Provide incentive grantsfor on the subject. Tell us what

meet with their respective membersin act, Bradford County will have county- instruction policy"'to receive es.As in similar promotions,the Marian is on her way to recovery construction staffing and phase of alcoholism you are

February to consider the plan of wide zoning, with the power to help the prize. The value of stated value of the merchandiseis and that we will see operation of facilities for pre- most( interested in, and we at
of alcoholism
action to be taken and report back eliminate the merchandise Is stated to her soon. vention and treatment Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
problems uncovered by thecommlttee's be Inflated, savings are illusory,
far in order to
greater than the encourage
to the committee as a whole in March. study. of the cost and the promotions are of sufficient A letter was received; from of such Program will do our best to
policy. Better Business establishment programs.For
duration to establish a Mrs. Martha Minx : fulfill your needs.
Bureau says the "nationally advertised package price, no element of that as soon as the this purpose for the next Just write FARP's Informa-
price" of the mer- which is free. book on Antiques Is processed, fiscal year $15 million would be tion Services, Box 1147 Avon

chandise is Inflated and not Far from giving anything a- In loving memory of Mrs. authorized. Park Fla., 33825.:
one established In the market- way or providing real discounts George McMamjs. we will be 3. Provide grants for alcohol

The Bradford County place.Another all of these promotionsare notified, and thanking us again education directed at the general : (CHARLES RAY CRAWFORD
_- .. is type of promotion really misleading methodsfor for our oonslstant work in ret public school-age child J -m, BECOMES JUNIOR MEMBEROF
TELEGRAPH"G.. a simple puzzle that offers .' and special high-risk groups.
selling merchandise to unwitting pairing books. AMERICAN ANGUS ASSOC.
a sewing machine as first prize consumers,according to Oar ,R. Valentine Meeting For the next fiscal year $200,000is
ESTABLISHED 1879 I and a "discount certificate"as the Better Business Bureau. (i Hearts and Flowers) will be authorized for this purpose. Charles Ray Crawford 13.
prize. The
9r ... so that puzzleis .held Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. at the 4. Provide special purpose Starke has been granted a Junior
easy nearly
.... participant receives a certifi- LONNIE CRAWFORD JR. Recreation Center. Pratt St. grants for development of membership in the Amer
MLMF / tl'h13161eThis cate, regardless of whether he ELECTED TO AMERICAN Happy Birthdays and Wedding specialized training programsor ican Angus Association at St.
I God-his way la per. gave the right answer. ANGUS ASSOCIATION Anniversaries for Jan. and: Feb. materials for prevention and Joseph Missouri announces
LOI ES S fect.-(II Sam. 22:30). As in other contests the value wiy' fee honored at this meeting treatment of alcoholism; research Lloyd: D, Miller secretary'

I of the prize is said to be basedon Lonnie Crawford Jr., Starke, I am recovering, with the relating to current and
Life is lived moment by moment. has been elected to member- personnel needs in This new Junior membership
"nationally help of my good doctor and projected
A S S O ..loT O N I The secret of getting the prices," which are fictitiousand whip In the American AngusAssociation I hope to see you all at the Val- the field of alcoholism; surveysto entitles the member to register
1 most out of this particular mo- evaluate adequacy of purebred Angus at regular-
usually inflated several at St. Joseph Missouri entine Meeting pro-
/ \ ) ment lies in our viewpoint. In times over the prices at which according to Lloyd D. -Joe Kerrigan grams; and field trials and membership! rates and to the

doing first things first, and Important the sewing machines actually Miller, secretary. demonstration programs for privileges of the Association
tasks that should beE are being sold. There were 433 membershipsIssued CLASP prevention and treatment of until the age of 21. At that

; L, MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher done, we feel a sense of progress A promotion thought to have : to breeders of registered staev Bradford ENVELOPES, an alcoholism. A total of $1.25 time Junior members are eligible -
: Published each Thursday and entered as Second and purpose.This moment started on the West Coast sends Aberdeen-Angus cattle in the graph. County Tel million is authorized for the to convert to lifetime! mem
slot machine symbols minia- United States last month. next fiscal year in this cate- berships in the Association.
Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida blesses us as we look for the with or without carbon flak-
t under Act of 'March 3rd in it we relate it ture poker hands, or a list of ADD gory.
1879. blessing as numbers MACHINE BOLLS 5. Provide fellowship grants There
arranged to look likea were 146
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside to the whole of our day, realizing lottery listing LABEL MAKERS, from File Folders, complete line of- to professional personnel for ]to the United States young to people"

trade area: 1 year, $5.50 it is important for it is the Thus a "winning hand." 9.95 Bradford County Tele floe supplies The Telegraph. training in alcoholism and alco- Junior memberships receive last

moment we are living. "lucky number" or "Jackpot" graph. Ph. 064-6305. Ph 984-6305. hol-related problems in order month.Our .

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111 -Is 1 +Iw FOR HID
* ** * *** i** M at
Sealed blda will ba roo.lye l to d... no. a Default Judgment said Court this Unit day ot Fab- rn for Bradford County,
tho Petit Jury Uoom. Bradford will ba taken against you for rusrv. A. D 1970\ at Stark*!, ierlda.
LAWTEYBy County Courthouse, Stark, k'1orIda the relief demanded In the Complaint Florida. :By vtrsrlnla, VAM Darby,
t t tWe at 11:00 AM. on the lith and thereafter raid causaahnll Green Clerk
the roman D. Deputy
CommunityNews day of February removal of bulldlng proceed ex part and seal of (SKATAs _) 3-8 it S-S4
En.* Blanchard demolition and or other ImprgVementson Witness mv hand Clerk o< the Circuit: Court.
Section UJl-2503 In liradtord
County .... Improvements are>
are happy :to announc Cruce In Orlando. located wti tli. lyrlxt of way
that our nice new post office' Mrs. Mamie Crews end of tarsecllon atttte Hood with 16 State Let ween Hood Its Zoo(

opened for business on ThuravJ granddaughter, Glenann! crews (U. S. 301) and the Clay Qeunj.. yLine.
'. Jan. 29. Dedication will were weekend .
visitors of Mr. bid will be, considered unless INOTICFThe
t be held at' a later date. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and No It Is submitted on thai. official
In proposal form providedby
son Jacksonville. ..
\ Ky Elizabeth Lawtey PTA will meet Tuesday the Depart mm t of Tran purtatlou. -
Givens Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Crews and Such proposal forms
evening Feb. 10. The second daughters Intoimatlon irKurillnn thin Cull
j' thlrJ and combination Clearwater were for Ulda or Inspection of the
visiting relatives In Lawtet+ l he obtained from
MOTHERS MARCH OF Trade will be In charge: of the and Starke over the weekend. 1y 11i l Dettaytr\Innagomelnt l
record a.JT- program. tra or r
1\1Approximate, total from Mr. and :Mrs. J. C, Tye and ana Outdoor Advertising Sec
ers March of Dimes was $ CHURCH SCHEDULE Pam spent Sunday with Mr. tion. .Department Lako City Florida of Transportation. Community State Bank

Solicitors were Mesdames Brace United Methodist: Sun and Mrs.John Tye In Tallahassee. Each, bid must be. act-ompan- t tt

rice J. White Queen Is :held day School 9:45:<< ; Worship! services others anone ncellnblohlnetrnr t
Clara Ghent. Sarah Morris n' ht at J n-> 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.: T.Sat Elma L. Bunt) Crew, ment In the amount of $100 for
Miss Mae Frances Jenkins. eon of Mrs. C. R. Crews of Law Item or ICO each far two ormore
'on Grove MYF. 6 p.m.; Choir practice. one Items. ur to but not to exceed Of Starke
7 tey. and the late Mr. Crews Thin deposit Is aRUILrnnt..e
are asked:: to p.m. 11,000.
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED entered the Air thiLt. the bidder If t tt
Force In November .
: all boys fn!. will enter Into II.wrlu..n
Mr. and Mrs. William successful
First Baptist: Sunday School 1954. lie has served two contract In keoplna with t
are invited
Sr. announce the Da- STARKE, FLORIDA I
marriage 9:45: ; Worship Services 11 a.m. three-year hitches In England, the terms of his proposal.
much fun la unsuccessful
'their daughter. Zephanlah: them. and 7:30: p.m.; Training Un-'on where he met and married.!! his posits bidders submitted will be l>y returned Immediately
Truman C. Strong, son of 6:30.: Midweek services Wednes 'wife, the former Thelma Stan- "ollowlolt determination
and Mrs. Enoch Strong Jr, encouraged and help wIth to day. 7:30: p.m.Highland ton. He Is! now In Michigan, of Department succevsful. bldiU'rnThe reBerves the Now Paying
Lawtey.-They /were married: but will leave :there soon for areat' right' to reject any or all bids
January 5, and are residing men of Baptist: Sunday : In Thailand. Bunt attended muy waive deemed technical best for orroraas tha t
free t'me be
their new mobile. home In School 9:45: am.. Worship services Bradford H'ih' School. He 3a &a of the State. .
want to
share Out.Right tt
tey. :the abil 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Choir now In his 16th year In the Air Advertleingepctionnd, ON CERTIFICATES
NOTICE! practice 8 p.m.: Prayer Meeting [Force and plans to retire from of 'Wav Division 0
Dell Chapter 168 will hold are asked/ to Of: TransportationIn \ OF DEPOSITS OF
Wednesday: 7 p.m. the service. His new ,base will Department: Zt 2-6
:regular! meeting! be at Karat. Thailand.In t $2,000.00 OR MORE
night Feb. 5, In the Church of God: Sunday Circuit ,
In The Conrt
Hall on Brownlee Street at School 10 ajn. iand\ Worship The County Judge' Court OtJUmilioril .Judicial Circuit In And For WITH A MATURITY
p.m. All members are asked Church, aervces 11 a.m. and. 7 30 pjn. Count, .'...rld". IB Dnulford Cniintr. Klurlda.Action .

be present and on time. pastor. Sun- YPE. Thursday 7:3ft: p.m. Vrobuto.In ktel: .Estate of Mary C. ;>;.for.. T1.1Clcepo Divorcerime OF SIX t
:ness of vital Importance, : which will! Pl.chow kl. Otu.aaedNOliCU w. Oo-lns. Plaintiff, vs. MONTHSACCOUNTS
GIRL SCOUTS TROOP services. / O1 1'itOBATE uoldle Mary Qolnx
In !
To All VofHuiiB
The Girl Scouts are each Sun/lay./; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams Tha HintMt Of Sail Leuuuuul: In The Name Of Tho Stat Of e to
!. and son of Wellborn were Sunday You ute hei'&uy noutieil that Florida
orders for cookies. Please Bible Stutty
a wiUttMi" Inauuiiieut put'purttog' TO: The Defendant In the
operate with them in this p.m. Prayer visitors of Mr. and Mrs. lo be the Luat Will art Aiury C. nnnve-nnmcd tnuro Goldie Mary NOW
H. E. Priest and Lamar. uvieitsud, him. oeen whoop. residence la
Vleinownltl t
vity. Because of the effort ay, 7 p.m. admitted to yiobate" in tluttUuuit. Route 1. lox l0! INSURED BY F. D. I.>
the cookie sale the Council will render Mr. and !Mrs. Giles Mitchell Vuu aro i.ummunil- Haven AvenueAbinRdnn t 0
Maryland !!tOO!)
:be able to provide Hall on Sun of Jacksonville spent Sunday from.d within the date Mix ot calendar tile drat months publicutlua You Are Tlorebv Notified thatsuit C. UP TO $20,000.00.
camping opportunity' Choir Anni (With Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs of uu" nutico. to appear for. divorce of the. Plaintiff
In this Court and Bitow uau.e.ii between you nnd th
are asked to please give and
children. has been filed
any you sun, why the action Cicero W. Qolns
full cooperation In helping Otf this. Court ku admitting sold airalnat you. ns Defendant by
WILL Mrs. Unnte Gllchrtst'' of Wilt lo ivuattt. aliuulii not atanaunievok Cicero W.. Oolnn nn Plaintiff In
d, the ahove-atyled Court and
NOTICE: OF! I-VTnxTIOV. Church Brunswick.! Ga. visited Mrs. Tneron A. Yawn: County Judga cause,, and you are required to
11 ,;01311,11 HCUlXo..*! pastor. Ernest Wells over the weekend. lit and Cur: iliudtoiU County :your ilpfonse fliedetherein
\\Ia' ,; lorlda I the Complaint. as MEMBER F. D. I. C.
: Worship M1.I\S
Z.I'T \ Elizabeth Terry visiting :
Notice Is 'Was Circuit
neiooy given lay: Anneta M. Andrew. Clerk wlfh the Clerk of the
thii unuei'mtfiKrU. under tne ; and 0 p.m. Mrs. C. E. Strickland In Eugene 10'. ,ShuwliUUCNi Court In and for Bradford County. : -
\18lunM ul Ulldpbl'l ....Ul>J L> No. 1 :lie- Gainesville the latter of ,: 10'. :SHAW; Courthouse, Starke FloridaS2001. "
of jb'iuilau, Aim ut lull, will part 11Vasl Cull IIUtt.tStarlce. and serve n copy t heroofupon t
grater \\itu tile CIVIK cuit i:wu.* iu unu fur $,'.. and Usher Attorney for Executor", Dousrlnn., er31228.Gainee.Villa "
County, .i-luiidu. uyuii piool Mr. and Mrs. Malnes Griffis 'First publication.: January 23. treet P. O Dta _- ::
puujiiuiluu of tniM auliit. ut Wednes on
Iiclitiuua. name ot Hamilton M-eting. and Mr. and: Mrs. Virgil Grtf- "" 1-29UI.U March 0. 1970b20antl: If oue fall j
cr aliun. Cutter, unuer \\uun fls and then families were visions -
aio 2iU.viitfauvu trtd-iiipton.. in Florida..UuaiiiiSd. ...t Lad'es Circle. Mrs. Nelllei Wilkinson -----------------------------------------' r------------------S----..- -.

'lIlu.m J. Uuuftaman. P. Circle meet. Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Lynn
Box Ibj. Hampton, t'la. '
dinners over the weekend.Mr. SIRLOINOR
Hampton Ueorca,K.Fl Lane-J.j.mUJu 1 1I
Uox; ttilS StaiKe: Flo. and Mrs. Clyde Wain. FRESH

cry Dated A. D.tnla 1UTU:14iu at of Chapel l Wright and son of Eaton Park I RIB .
ford County.; Flo.'.da. C. E. Jen spent the weekend with Mrs.
1.22 Hp '!>:!y School 10 H. C. Wainwright.Miss FOOD
service at 11 AFRYERS' !
Sealed bids will "be Church In was visiting! Miss Enza Blanchard ,1 I
at the office of the Service, 6 -
over the weekend.
Florid state fru
manager "
KalCurd. F'tortda. 3i1l1b3.l > up Feb. 5, :Mrs. Joyce IPutch . and February not 12 later., 19(0 than for lu.OO ate: .. the choir wIck Ga. was at her home I II $ O 9 1I I
() to ac I I LB I 1I
of pine tlnioer and puipwoud here and visited relatives during |
Gated In duBmnuted' area '. Jacksonville the weekend. I II 1
erty of 1urt ida state: I>rd. Florida. Conference I I SUPERMARKETS
bide Chad u'' sealed and Jenkins will Mrs. Hester Hicks i -
turned, In envelope maik&d was visit- --------------------
for Lump. bum Pine 1 and tho. Ins Mrs. Cora Hodges In Jackcojivllle -
Sale frebruary, to K be, 1S opened 70", lildi 10:00 form: for a few days last WHOLE BAGGED 1 1 BEEF CHUCK I

In duplicate, retain. one copy week. Visiting.Mrs. Hicks during 1 11 1 1 '
your riles and return original of the the week! were Mr. and '
time udiulwni fur bid ume opening too arrive to-: Excelsiors Mrs.; Floyd Martin of Daytona I ,STEAKS i when Savings! Count. I

I Oft'lce.s Mr. 1,.(.'.V.' "Turner' 13ualn ,,.m.Jacksonville on( Sun- ana Mrs. Marian Mars end Jeff c: 1 1 COUNT'.ON US I"
Jacksonville.. ,
Florida Str.te Prl.onP. .
U. Box 221 one come SAVE t=lit ''I
Ralfoid. Florida 32083. Lord In I
Bids are to boon a lump Sunday visitors< of Mr. and I PRICES 0000 THROUGH
bantu for the harvesting. of Mri. W. F Moore were Mr. and L B 1 1 58 ... I WEDNESDAY ft In I

pine located timber In the and ngna.ted pint a... Singers Sunday will :Mrs. Chuck Moore of Lake City. 18 I quantify right re..rvd.UI .
Thestr am generally worked 1 11 1 1
........ round timber. Harvesting.. to The Tru3 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce
done by tne sui<.e* lul and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carl-
Within the eighteen ((18) Unity Sun- > POHK.IXTSALI
..... ucrfiuiuii* i't>...1 uary 1, ton and family spent the weekend t p..,. t4.HOf OK MIIS
July 30. Iv 11. 1.29 at with Mr. and Mrs. Jim e 1 '


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Russ'c Sheet Metal Inc. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits tiN I4II

Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. Of Gainesville, Inc. EXPECTANTLYYOURS iLi
Tel. 376-8282 Repairing RewindingNew

AUTO SALES 2X16 N. W. and 16th se.b.: 372-M18 INC.
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2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 FORD Griffin Salts MACARONI a

I Farm Tractors & Implements Shirts Flonhelm Sfc.0 CHILI i
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA I USED EQUIPMENT Formal Rentals 2/25 3/l

I SALES PART SERVICE 2 STORES Ladles Sportswear 3/l 3/I

4 wheel drive and cars I GARDEN SUPPLIES and GAINESVILLE MALL

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Insecticides Pet Supplies Mobile
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Cleanest Used Cars Avalllable Glass Company JAR

, Auto Sales and Service "Glass For Every Purpose" MITS5TCBALDWIN' I LBPACIFIC 29C I DOZEN 35C I ; I II

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Tub Enclosures-Showers PIANO* ORGANS
IMPORTS Furniture Tops Glass Re. .
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Beauty Academy Hearing Tests Crating ShippLo NIW tOW PBKII PANTYHOSE ICED ASSTSWEET

_BatteriesAccessories Free Estimates CaUPOWELL'S HEINZTomato tv4I IV111'

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Spare Time. Pull or Part Time i 106 E. University Ave. dairiesVlU 3549
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1-( : Contest Slated ingr praHram: 1' renojn'zj!' aM Honorable Thero-n A. Yawn Florida, to be affixed at Tallahassee TO: The Defendant In the North Main Street P. O. Drawer
is HAMPTON '' County' Judge in and for Brad- the Capitol, this the 23rd dove-named cause 1228. Gainesville Florida 22601.
: To honor outstanding! auto mech- for County Florida for an order day of January A. D, 1910. Kenneth Woodard Residence on or before March 6, 1K74.; and
Find Young an'c student, and to encourage o-f distribution and Department Of RevenueJ. Unknown If you fall fudge so, a DefaultJudgment

By Mr*, D. E. IDD Auto MechanicsThe them to seek career in thUfletJ. 1 the discharge wlU of as Ann oo-executrlces Undvrwood. Ills-of' Executive. Rd Strniifrhn Dimeter! salt You'for Are divorce Hereby of Notified the marriage that ,for the relief taken demanded' againstyou In
tell. deceased It 2-E and the Plaintiff.Mildred the Complaint and thereafterwirnees
BRIGHT SPOTS & EYESORES on the front of her mobile home; S-Mary Underwood Smelser C you. Woodard, has berettiled shall, proceed ex,.parte..
annual search for Amer1ca.'s -Harriett Uuderwood Levey Defendant, **1" **n "la "* ''WC
January is traditionally a time Hampton Elementary school MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink. .3- Myro-n C. Prevatt against you C. as Woodard oa .mid Court this\ 2nd day of Fbruarv. -
top n/uto/ mechanics by Mildred
for inventory, and last week's building and grounds continueto young Duplicatingmachine* and P. o. Box eta In n. Circuit Court. Eighth Plaintiff In the above-styled A. D. lU.II>, at bta..e.Florida. .
1s under way among. studentsin Keystone Heights.' Florida, 326- Jadlrlnl deceit, In For
the and are required .
asset to and
be commun- Court cause you
an .. .
"spring fever weather" sent (6, Attorney for Co-Uxeculrlces Bradford C mi y' Florida.Aetlon
schools across the country to file yoiii4' (SEAL)
thanks to the work of For lwroe
ity, 4t 2.26 plaints
me around town a little more EZERASE TYPEWRITER- answer to the Ca Inman D. Green
and the PTA. including a team from the Cnse No. TI3 of of the Circuit Count
school personnel with the Clerk ClerR
than usual, so took a little Mildred C. Woodo-rd, Plaintiff filed therein As
Bra.", PAPEIC Mlmeo Paper, Bond and for for Bradford County,
Muddy roads, driveways and rord-Unlon Area Vocft NOTICD' OP IVTR\TIOV -vs-" Kenneth Wood&rd, Defend the Circuit Court In end
"beautification inventory"around tional. Technical Center.' Paper Notebook Fillers. TO D1i4 SOL\': CORPORATIONS Bradford. Counitv' Courthouse Florid"
yards are another eyesore this ant. 32391, and serve ,
Hampton. Notice Is hereby given under NOTICE Starke, Florida. By ClerkDarby
Plenty of clean-up fix-up winter, that appears worse with These students are enteringth CLASP ENVELOPES, all the provisions of Section 608.36, tft The Name Of The Stato Of attorney upon plaintiff'sD 103 A. Deputy. 2-5 U 2.28
Florida Statutes, to each of the Barton T "
22nd annual Plymouth Trouble Izes. Florida
rain, but it looks like Bradford
activity's been going on: the every County Telecraph. corporations listed below, the
city hall got the second installment that's a continuing problem! Shooting Contest In which same being Incorporated under
of repair, with a repainting ell second year students In auto Jim..!Tji. County: indue. Coiirli fa i the imr lawn to the of Florida records, and of ,the accordi je-- I I
Job starting on the new SOUTHERN RAILROAD :mechanics classes are eligible! :And *'or juriiuivrd (.uuntr. EMdr. artment of Revenue each and t, lEan
ENGINE DERAILS tor the Trouble' Shooting Teams. every corporation appears delinquent -
front the Christian
porch in Re.
; EstiUw of Waddell
Church has a whiter look this Thursday noon last week traf- To auto mechanics: students' W..a"... :Sr.: a-...-... W. A. WaJirtAL A.- the for filing one (1)of') or reports more yearsIn and @D

week due to a new paint job; fic headed west out of Hamptonwas Will ,be selected for the ,team laue 'Ouc.d.*' ; NOTICE pavment of of Section taxes under 60S.31.:the Flor-provisions @ looo
both were by A.C. Dennisonand stalled when a Southern through Intra-class competition ) Notice Is litnuby given that ida Statutes, and that under the
Charlie Batten. Railroad engine slid just Inches to participate In the local the Kxtiutor Ileruln Vat the :iitttb: provisions" of said Section fi 8.36.
day or January. A. i>., luil>. Florida Statutes, said corporations
Peter Raffony was at work'last off the track rail after .Contest to be held on April 17'iit fund a final ucivunllntc of ita have been classed. as subject -
week, paining his house unhitching two boxcars seve-: Bragg Stadium.'\ Florida A&M uammiuuutiun 01 tau vatato of to dissolution, and that
ral yards farther south. The \V. Uuu.1 .\. Wallace, s>r. days after date of this .
directly south of Hampton City tTniverslty ,
Tallahassee and notica is further publication each and every such -p
.Hall. George Rahme has bright- engine had only one boxcar left The contest will consist of given thin after publication of corporation listed below that
on when It went off the tracks HUB "'oU"". once "...un wtwK fur Has not In the meantime tiled
tened the at the inter-
competitions% : a written four weeks. ,
loutftccutivu Up4>llcation Its reports due and paid the taxes -
section at the east end of town, but effectively blocked the high- exam, which will count as 30 win we .wade to the *&uiioiabio due under the provisions of extensi I
with the recent paint job onGeorge's way until a couple of semi- heron.. A. Yawn, County Section 60S.a3. Florida Statutes
trucks pulled the boxcar back per cent of the team's final Juuu erf IJiadfuid County: Jbior- wll be certified to the Governorof
grocery building, and score, and:! a mechan'cal' chal- ida, for a.uprcj-vu.1 of bald. accounting :- the State of Florida, who will
the addition of some new signs. enough for one lane of traffic. anti lor final diamante Issue a Proclamation at that
lenge worth 70 per osnt. of the Florida National Bunk of dissolving said corporations.
It took more than two hours time phone
Add to the bright spots on Jacksonville Executor Bald COUNTY:
The winning learn! and its instructors as of BRADFORD !
some of these gloomy days, for workmen to wedge chunksof estate. B n-Star Farms Inc, Lawtey.
wood around the rail and earn ''an expense-paid The. Florida National Bank Of
the camellia bushes In bright trip to the National TroubleShooting Jackson*'Ille, Florida, As Executor iris.Case Research Ina, StaTke.1I'I .
wheel to align it back onto the
red bloom with the promise of Of The Estate Of Waddell seventyFLORIDA
azaleas soon. Plowed ground, track and move the engine. : Finals. June 15-17, inIndianapolis. A. Wallace. St., Lieceaaed. Eddy' & Harley Pulpwood Inc., i
'They also com- By: Fred J. Thompson, Jr. Fla. .
ready to plant, is another sign Trust Officer Stir:: .r Floyd EnterprisesInc .
of the ending (maybe) of win- NEW ATTORNEYHIRED pete for more than $125.000 2-5 4t 2-8 ", Starke Fla. (} I D C '
And BY COUNCIL worth of scholarships and rime Voal Feeds Inc., Stark 0.
ter. too to
compliments lit The County Jnilne's Court' In
Fta. .
Hampton's city dump; you noticed Richard J. Wilson, attorney, awards.:! And For Ilrnutord maybe that Hampton'swas of Gainesville was interviewedand Purpose: of the trouble-shoot- Florida. PruhitteKile a 41. tf? A Cnt p v atT
Mo. 1-1235 Flali Is further. directed thnt a 4 0. ; e 4A
not pictured in recent issues hired by Hampton City; In Ro: Estate: of Ann Under copy r>f this notice l he I pulillnhcdone
of The Telegraph as an Council at a special meeting on wood iiissell, Deceased.. time In thn Bradford fountyTfleginn.
? Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Hampton Notice' Of Filing Petition For a newspaper published -
eyesore County sanitarian BAPTIST YOUTH RALLY Final Discharge Exccutrlces In Starker Florida In which
Jack Trawick commented on City Hall. After hearing Mr. Young people of Hampton Bap- Notices Is hereby given that county the home office. of the
Wilson's credentials and we have filed our petition for' above listed corporations are
how well it was being kept-- pro- youth .
tist church are having a distribution and for final discharge shown to be located.
particularly in contrast to some mise to attend all council meetings rally Friday night, Feb. 6, at as oo-ejcecutrlces of the (SrA1.t STATE TELEPHONE CO.
In the county. the retainer agreed upon the church, at 7 p.m., accord- estate of Ann Underwood: ISI,.. In Witness Whernf. I havehereunto ..
But was $IO() per year. He is to sell, deceased, and that on March set my hand uml oau STARKE. FLA.
there are eyesores: some Ing to Wildon Stinson, youth 10. 11170. we will apply to' the ed the Great Seal of! the! State of
vacant lots with high dead weeds replace Attorney George Pierceof director. A group from Live I I5'A
stick out like sore thumbs: the Starke. Oak Baptist Church will be
Jones house a couple of doors The council also accepted guests of the Hampton church

east of the postofflce the old A.C. Dennison's bid for paint- for the evening's program.
Meade property now belonging ing the city hall.
to the Hampton Baptist Church; Next regular meeting of the PERSONALS
trait littering the cement council is Monday, Feb. 9, at Mr. and Mrs. Otis Eggersof
slab where the old postoffice 7:30: p.m. Martinsville, Ind. visited J
building was torn down; and here for most of last week
old, wrecked cars litter the with their friends, Mr. and f'.t.A
landscape wherever they are PTA MEETING TUESDAY Mrs. Ralph Trisler and Mr.
and there are several around Hampton Elementary School and Mrs. Carl Trisler. They
town. PTA is scheduled to meet next also drove to Lake Alfred one
Back to the bright spots-- Tuesday evening, Feb. 10, at day last week.
the firehouse re-building keeps 7:30: p.m. It is to be "backto Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Posey

going along, little by little, school" night, with opportunity and two children have moved
with volunteer labor by many for parents to meet with into the trailer on the Herman

In the community; Mrs. Alma their children's teachers in the Bowers farm Mr.Bowers'par- T LOWER REGULAR F Ft ICES. WEEK LONG j
Dval! has a new screen porch various rooms. ents, Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Bowersof
Winter Haven, had been stay- PRICES GOOD FIB. S FEB. 11Special
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ing there, and have returnedto ASTOR
their former home in Win- Bakery *

SCOTT'SMobile H ter Mrs.Haven.Lynn Hall's aunt, Mrs. CIACHIN GOOD.u..G

Carrie Harrell,of J Jacksonville Dixie. Pies. . 3 '001. $1M) SHORTENING!
visited the Halls one day last DIXll DARLINO

Home SalesStop week. Pecan Twirls. 2 AS. 59c

Here for a visit with Mr. and Dull' PAULINO,IIOWN 4 IIITVI lml" t W.... >5 00..M-. ,."..... Ig c....."..
Mrs. Paul Meng and family Dinner Rolls .2 -;. 39C
Mrs. mother Mrs.
Meng's DIXIE' DA111N0111o1D BtOWN t
in and See our Selection Mouch, of Toledo, Ohio, and
Dinner Rolls .2 KS; -
her .
sister Mrs. Richard Per-
D1XII' DARIINO PMESTIO4 Quantity Rights .......d f'' t;
kJ 20.?. \fINN.DI.'" .Toon. iNC.-comioMT 3.
ry.Mrs.. Gerald Adkins spent 11 Bread . LOAF 29 sutlAns11
days recently !in Jacksonville
with her grandchildren, while
their' parents; Mr.. and Mrs. Akr.

Joel Smith, were vacationing
in New Orleans.Mr. 1

and Mrs. Adkins attended .t WHITI AIIOW ASf011UIr
the funeral for Mrs. Vera ALL GRINDSCOFFEE Bleach OAUGH Cocktail NO 'os
{ 29c 5 $100
Barden at Sapp Cemetery near 'a . JUO 0 0 CANS
New River on Wednesday last ROSILY ,''.''IT MAID CUT

week. Tomato Juice .CAN'. 1.7reen Beans .6 NGS.2 CANS $1THRIftr
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill, and ,
TMiinvMAiocuTswirrPotatoes.' MAID' '

overnight Wendy Hill( visitors of Gainesville Friday were and .3 TAN?, 89c Gold Corn 6 NO CANS 202 $100 1

Saturday in St. Petersburg with llN0..WII S,0D .r a., huh... f.d.dM.CI1...,.. Allow WHITI OHTissue ASSOtItiD.A''IOOM VAN CAMP Pal' *
Debbie Hill. They also visited NO 200
Our Low Overhead Means Savings Mr and Mrs Ralph Marlow e . .s ,r $100 l Beans ". . "7 CANS $1

For You! and children in St. Petersburg
Recently visiting the Hills
his aunt, Mrs. I.V. Ripe, of

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shonk Z 9 ? PEACHESASTOR
Phone 964-6657 U. S. :301 North and baby of Georgia were week- ,
end visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET George Herman and family.Mr. CAN -

STARKE and Mrs. Edward Saxon HEINZ TOMATO d
attended a convention in Lake- ..,Mel i :t

land on Thursday and Friday \ \
last week. 19
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Everyday Low Prices

might us
Baby Food ."r: 7C

shopping center"bank. KINO' Sill 1 r-os.
Cigarettes trN,. $376 DIXIE DARLING CAKE

10Oi \ ,. ,.
El1Uof lM
Cigarettes CTN. N 399TMIrn
( Gerard .i d9c
Gelatins $383.
4 -; : .

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A TOISalt .

I I ::;;. 9C COUU4SUrEKotex . . "IOl' 69 f .

I. Dine Sugar, ciTitAlSugar r . .5 1 .0 49C Lima eans..5 N0'20'CANS- sloe! 4
McMUltlN Welrf

5 & 59C Acre Peas . .4TNIIPTVMAIO NO CANS.02 $100 OXES 19.0&.

Shortening .3 CAN' 75tOOCAIIN *- Pork& Beans "2.5f: 10= " A.lish . 3/Si

H 0"Syrup>;: '?-" 39C CU Cat mtTMACIIMl F 00 d.CAN.....-. 1 10CKtAC ok.Mil-- Ml v..w+ //fl,

Paper Towels I .3 "SSS $100 Detergent . .3 tCf1US' $100

You can get any bank service you need from us. '
Which is why we-as a full-service bank-are a kind
of shopping center bank.

Here, you can get checking and savings accounts; MiLiTED3
personal, business and automobile loans, and
even safe deposit boxes. 39jfjE 65
Come on in today No point in waiting for a sale.That's .
the only way we don't resemble a shopping center!

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RIDAMember Pineapple.; e . .'as. 10 ;r' = Cheerios ; Butter Flavor . 29e nhrsurnMaD Fancy' Rice . . 45e
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Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chili W/Beans/ 3 JSS *1 .EXTRA .. .... .

Vienna user." Sausage Now $1 1 1Tomato I I m us _ws- t t ExTRA? cnfy r rs I I EXTRA dl wls-saws I I .EXTRA JI wfIN/T.MrS I I EXTRAA
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National) Group to N t :M: -- .
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Alan Crews, Mrs. L.M. Johns. flee GE. Green, local grocery any of the North Florida 1 I* The rlrrnlt Court Ot Tie t. The C..fitrAn J..lre'. c/O..,.. ffe

rfR [ff Bob Dyal Cherie Hlnton and NEW.ARRIVALMr. and Mrs. Ervin Hodge merchant who is now servinghas Country Music Shows that an! EUMh In Ana Jmllilnl Far llrudforil rlrrult. Of Count/FlorIda -. ....*..I.For.. B rdferJ Cou tV.
Laurie Temple. been on the council since held the last Saturday of eacl 1 Cn. '.... File "..
the proud parents of a baby
are WIMeholek.
Mary Lee Coney Plaintiff In ne: Estate Of Michael
1952. Evan Hodges now servingon month at the Brooker School,, .
JOYCE STOKES girl born last week.Both mother > \aU C. Coney, Defendant.NOTICLJ Deceased
the council, has served for
OF SUIT Notlc. To Creditor
FISH FRY and baby are doing fine. 4 years or two two-year terms. PERSONALSMrs. To H C Conoy To all creditor and nil per
HAMILTON REELECTEDAS The New River Baptist Church 4110 N. W 15th Avenue lion. havln claim. or demand
as money is again available to They are being challenged by Marvin Mann .
CO-OP TRUSTEE and children Miami Florida against aid wtate..1oi.
the Co-op, credits will be received enjoyed a fish fry at the edu- BROOKER PTA MEETS John R. Williams, who is seek- and Jimmy Hoi lings wortt I You Are Hereby Notified that and earti of you : are
Clay Electric Cooperative by the cational building last Friday The Brooker PTA met at the council an action for divorce has been hereby notified and required toprexent
stockholders Mr. ing a seat on the for
of McIntosh were visiting Mr,,. and d..nd.c'.l.U' *
Idled and claim
Inc. held meeting at the Brook night. About 50 people enjoyedthis i against you you arer any
Martin said.Approximately. school auditorium Tuesday the first time. Mr. Williamsis and Mrs. A.E. Mann and farm] (I required to HI've a copy of your or either of you
er Elementary School Monday time of fellowship and good The meetingwas If on : asaln the estate ofMlrhnel
300 people attended night Jan. 27. a retired service man and last r..rUt.n fennea. any. to> It may
night, Feb. 2, to elect a trus- food. calledtoorderbythepresldent Sunday. Eugene F. Shaw attorney for Wlenoholetc. I"t.of
the meeting despite the Is married to the former Hazel Miss Bellta Ann Davis ol f plaintiff. whose mldiCHn In 142 Bradford Countv, Florida to the
tee from District 5, Bradford very wet weather. Refresh- Wilbur Andrews.New bus- Eddy Harrell. Gainesville several West Cull Street P O. Box 1086.Sta.rke. County Jtid e of Bradford Count -
: CITY ELECTIONSET spent days 1 Fonda, 82091, and file Courthouse 'n
County. ments iness to come before the PTA Oountv from
Zedra Hamilton who were served In the lunch FOR FEB. 10 last week with her grandparents the original with the cleric of Florida, within .lx months
now room Immediately after the included discussing plans fora COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW Mr. and Mrs. E.W. the above styled court on the date of the first publication
holds that office was nomin- meeting. A door prize of a Politics in the Town of Brook- spring fund raising event. MAKES BIG HIT fore February 6, 1U70, otherwise at this notice.Rach .
ated by Foster Shi Smith and er is on everyone's mind these Hodges. a Judgment/ may ba entciedagalnet claim. or demand must
small electric appliance was If you did not attend the Coun- Mrs. James Carter of Fort / you for the. relief de be In wrltlnw! end must Mate
received no opposition being won by Mrs. Marvin last few days with the deadlinefor Several try Music Show at Brooker White nvnnded In the complaint or per the. place of residence and po.tflfftce -
re-elected for another three- Rogers. qualifying for the offices suggestions were made visited Mr. and Mrs. Utlon. address of the claimant
Talent last Saturday night you really Crawford last hand and the eealCot to by the
among them a Show Sunday afternoon Witness my and must be sworn
year term. MARCH OF DIMES closing at noon last Saturday.It a Music Show and a Fashion missed something. In additionto James Carter and children said Court on January 7, claimant his a...nt. or his attornev -
E.T. Martin, that have two void
manager of Clay seems we new- H will become
Electric at Keystone the Mrs. Lloyd Dyal local chair- comers in the political field Show. Also mentioned was a the New River Boys. The and his mother Mrs. Loma 1970SEAL) according or to Ia...
was man for the March of Dimes Spring Festival. It was decided Plainsmen and the Florida Carter, of Fort White visited Inman D Green Each. d..It..r. shall dellre
main speaker and told the aud- is pleased with results of the giving,some of the old officers Crocodiles, there were seve- Aa Clerk of .aid Court IlUff4cl."t copies. ef hip claim
that members think this Mrs. Mamie Hodges last Sun-
ience of the problems facingthe some competition.: According to By Beulah !M. Moody }.
campaign this She would ral guest stars on the mall one eachpersonal reprl
and bring it up again in the program. A. Depuy ClerkWISH to
in the the Town
Co-op next Clerk Tommy Cox
year. like to thank day.Sp4 1.15 40t a.5 ,,
all who helpedto John Roberts of Providencedid entatlve
February meeting for finaliza- Dever Prescott of huntsviii -
He said that probably no money make this this is how things look for Hated January Itth, A. D.18'fO. .
year a big one an exceptionally good Job
tion. Ala. Is spending a few
will be refunded to stockhol- the 175 registered voters in
by giving both of their time on singing as well as an instrumental days leave here with his SAIDTHAT Arthur W MllamA
ders in 1971 due to the city of Brooker for the
high rate Will
the Last
and K cutor nr
Those I Informed
money. assisting number. was -
The PTA also is now fur- parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul
of interest and money short Mrs. election to be held Tuesday sad Testament" M Michael Wles-
Dyal were: Mrs. Cecil that he has now been
nishing bread to be served as Prescott. Jece..d.
ab.Uk. ;
age. However at such time Melvin Mrs. Feb. 10: made member of the New l.n U z-ts
Guy Harrell.Mrs. a
Mayor M.O. Harrell. Mr. toast in the morning to the The Plainsmen, and the New
Harrel has no opposition again school children along with their River Boys Band. Ervin Miller, River Boys present a musical

this He has been Mayorof milk, during the midmorningbreak. a recording artist from program at the Lowell Prison

ARE YOU GOOD the year.City of Brooker since Some children must get Jacksonville who has made near Ocala, Friday night. 'm+rr ..-
the town was incorporated in up very early in the morningin several records was also pre- Mr. and Mrs. Budd Porterof 7010.05tak
1952. order to ride a bus to school sent and did a good Job on Jacksonville were weekend Don't worry about how the

Town Clerk: Tommy Cox.Mr. and must eat an early break- the electric steel guitar. He guests of Mr. and Mrs. David ball bounces unless ;you are the
fast or no breakfast at all, is also now a permanent mem- Fussell and family. 666
WITH FIGURESWANTED Cox is unopposed for this seat, one who dropped it. -HaroldS.
ber of the New River
and has held this position for as they are not hungry at such Band. Boys Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sor- May; The Florence (Ala.)
the three an early hour. rells and family of Jackson-

Town past Marshall years.Brinkley L. And last but not least, S.J. ville, spent Sunday with Mr. Herald...--------.-... ..:.:.,...h"- .. ....._ Y ._._ .
: The meeting was adjournedand Hall of Chiefland, a very spe- and Mrs. L.L. Dyal. .
Tucker in the
NIGHT AUDITORAPPLY newcomer refreshments served by cial fellow. If you have never Mrs. Ernestine Dukes and
field of has beena
politics- Paul Em- 0
the hostesses, Mrs.
seen him play a guitar you children of Gainesville spent
IN PERSON resident of Brooker for the ory, Mrs. I. Henry Mrs. Wilbur have really missed one of life's Sunday with her mother Mrs.
past several years, and is mar- Andrews and Mrs. Leroy
great miracles. He has only Ethel Russ. KNOW YOURFURNITURE
ried to the former Mamie Clark. t
Stlkes. one arm, and with the otherhe
Mrs. L.L. Dyal spent Wednesday .
Mr. Tucker will be
Tucker Inn this the unopposedin Councilman: Two seats are cords and picks a guitar.It in Jacksonville with Mrs. ,
Mr. Holiday election as present
-- is hard to believe unless ?
Marshall Leroy Stokes is not open for councilmen this year Maxine Kelly and Mrs. Odessa J
running. and we have three qualified you can see it yourself. So be Hall. Mrs. Dyal was accompanied y? .
candidates running for this of- sure you don't miss seeingSPECIALS. back home by her : wf.

granddaughter Sandy Sorrells >+I..
who spent the rest of the week -

visiting the Dyals. ,. .' By BILL WILSON: 2L ..'t"',
.' ,':
Saturday dinner guests of Mr. "
and Mrs. L.L. Dyal were Mrs. ff
Joe Ellerbee of Panama City : AFTER THE FRENCH ,

Neta Dyal of Starke and Ruby 1f
Britt and son of Ocala. I ,

Nv Mr. and Mrs. Travis Moxlcy BRANDED WITH AN "N" 'r
t n s of Jacksonville were Sunday i"
1 dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs.
L.L. Parker.
We are sorry to learn that .i \\'lien Napoleon rose to I power after the .r

V.V. Hazen is a patient in bloody Front Revolution, the palates IdlI. ;

Bradford County Hospital. We : vacant were replaced with the "Lilllo Cor-: Ny

,coo wish him a speedy recovery. ,por.ilV Ciirnitiiic. massive, lie.i\il\- ;a
PLUS S&H G.REEN STAMPS. j STO Mr. and Mrs. Hazen are for- ornamented Empirestyles.
mer residents of Brooker and -
Prlres' Good February 5th thru 11th ,,:
now live In Starke.
W-D BRAND BONELESS BOTTOM ROUNDROAST Cookies -187* Smokie links '- 89 A Happy Birthday to Mrs.
eWrltMttll t. *MMCMft tBtKM : Alberta Stokes this week. This t"" L"J: :1t .
Stick a 69 Fish Fillets 69 young lady celebrated her 70th The 'Imperial N was i't-ii
Birthday on Feb. May you xl.unpeil oil '.
i.1 ; I Sausage. '- ll". Fish Fillets. u 69' have many many more. tin furniture and! laprMiicA ( NID.Iraale'u.nlll"or rrs the. y,
rAtN..I r.rM =i: .
Mrs. J.W. Kelly Mrs. Nora t
Sliced Bacon a: 79' I us a coiiHtiintlemimlcr .;.
49'vii .
.I Sapp and Mrs. Eva Harrell of the vain ... .
'\" "j UIO.IJ.ailtffOIIHI'"N>lf> ,. _. .w
1NO of
funeral services '
attended .
IC Roast 'no:::-2" 99' I. Emperor
Turkey Sausage . M Vera Bardin at Sapp Cemeterynear

W D HAND SII1OIN ;;.r.;;.. . 69' fanSow Ptad New River last Thurs- F
day. t
iqioAST 98C It was so nice to see among Napoleon expedition lo l''nypt:/ pioilmedwlill
LB. many others, the happy face of f! another influence for a lime Siliyn\| ) oj l'

Mrs. Jack Miller Monday night figure; in brass or l bronze.: were n"e,1 l ,IHcliuir j::.
at the co-op meeting. Mrs. for table .
i R. urine or MipportH top< f{
Miller Is a former news corres- : .

Round Roast u. *129 Cream Cheese -: 39 pondent We are from glad Indian to Beach.learn that 1 ;i

Mrs. William BlllRoper( of
Gainesville, was not seriously Badcock r
Steaks $139 Cheese. 89C
.1. . I' Injured last week when she I
U10A CHOICI' W 0IUNDCCMN fib till N T CIACII/I'000D was Involved in an auto acci- I q

Strip Steaks II. $139 Biscuits . 2 :.c::, 19C SWIFT PREMIUM CANNED dent. Her car was badly dam- FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
aged when struck by a log

Round Steak. La.98c Cheese. . 2 -69 on Mrs.a pulpwood Roper will truck be rememberedas near Ocala. k,f 4 fk k.
HAMSWDBRAND fl'Gi. Ir the Third III" yrrir.J .,''1'
the former Vellta Hodges ... J ?
e. luu
1'.y"" ItII' loot 'Iy 1'.111.'.V
PRICES GOOD FEB. S FEB. 11 Davis, daughter of Mr. and ."i').''''w." : : .;j.Ir.'C.IL'It'b4; ...............,;W!.!. '1 .(A'io......
mii'c :
Mrs. E.W. Hodges. : f..7.fI\M:


-.sir:PKG. fHAMBURGER Wouldn't you

GROUND CAN LB' rather switch?

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HALf 49C laoo '

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Enjoy (carefree electric ling

Hnne >tl\'. now. aren't there about a dozen thmis; \OLI J I rather Jo th.lI1lug
ea. 9UVI1
Food . 2/33e/ Vegetable Bacon .3/49/ Soup Mix . 31C ..a"1 //WIN" ? .... heavy \\.hh outdllors. han; it. and watch for raincloiuU' A tlamelcsc .. electric

'u....u ntu". Pq-..'t.....1.1,101 fc' '.o .?OM*"10..iAr M. argarln i. ..31.MorgairiBe1..41./ Potatoes. 79'Cat dryer sets; you free. It does the dr"ingat \Iur convenience day ur nh.'ht. rain (Tshine.

Food . . 3lc Peach Cobbler .3/49' Chicken Noodle .39C ; / Appfe'sriTT: i*' And with tlamelcsselcctric, you never need worry about. pilot lights or fumes.

NOTE TO NIWPAPERS.'NSERT' STORE ADDRESSES HIRE MargorTne.;; ; ; .41' Oranges .8 .:. 79 For. perfect laborsaving team match a new flameless electric dr\er withan

I.M|wwrlMtAMCAWt- e.Y electric clothes washer. Ask your appliance dealer. He'll prove there's

.............. ... .................. ..... ... .......... .; Flower.39Pears..8 69'i just! no match for flameless\ electric.\ ..
.EXTRA .EXTT/aA. EX.-RA.. EXTRA .: .EXTRA. i "" MIIKMa.nlPotatoes .
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Services Held Musical Team ) < :: i< .'.. <' lJ :r.> \ .; .. ? :, : .. .
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Here MondayFor Be Heard .J?'""Y:, /. ,,' '. :' J.
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Mrs. MillerMrs. At First Baptist "tf2 (;:;]; ":: l" > ,",:, 1.;( t: ; ; >

May Jackson Miller 73. On Monday evening. Feb.' J ;:# JlJi1lr .9 9 >
/ f/fJI/fJtiJJIf iI. !
f'M died Sunday:! morning in Brad. 'the outstanding musical team : pjt trJt1fP dl/
lord County Hospital after sudden illness. She was bon L a one hour sacred concert a

in Baton Rouge La .on Au gust the Baptist Church Starkestarting = li 'I I
25, IBM and had lived In Stark i at 8 p.m. ;
for QTV is years. She was' a L The Walsh s are a husban::- i
mealier of the Presbyterl&iChurch. i and wife: team who have giver!L
IaJU themselves to revivals! it I
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday school 10 a.m.: Morning Sunday School: 9:45: a. m.
Surviving her husband churches all over the U. S,. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF -
f Morning Worship and Communion tl m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth.'
Htghw..JZ. Worship, a. ;
Pat A. Miller: one 'xfcuughtsrMtM ,,, and foreign counrtles as well. LATTER DAY SAINTS ( '
I 11 Evening 6 Choir Pract.ce -
Lawtey. Service. a. m. 7:30: p. m.; PrayerMeeting Fellowship p. m. :-
: >+ Harriett J. Miller, both olStarke .' "We invite all our friends i 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School, 1.0a.m., .
Morning Worship services, 6:00.Wedaesday: 7:30: p.m.: Wednesday -. ; Wednesday 8 p. m.
11:15. Sun-
: two brothers James J,. and acquaintances! of Starke to'
HlcJ.SUndaYPr1esthood. :: Worship service 7 Rev. Robert D. Burch
1404 East Besaent day Night Service Rsv. J. C. Saunders, pas--
6:30.--Rev. -
o iiCkaon, Cocca; and Oliver W, share In this wOn'erful: opportunity R. L. Bennett p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. e
Jackson Birmingham, Ala.; to hear these cutstand' 8:30: a.m, pastor. t0r.\IORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
President and onesister.! Mrs. Abbie Ing musicians." said Rev. W. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament n__._ ___ SundaY-9:45: a. m. Sunday GRACE: BAPTIST CHURCH
To Be Heard Laughlln. Rcckledge: Fla. A. Hogan. pastor of the church. 6 p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN School, 11:00: a. m. MorningWorship Highway 100-A
Funeral services were held MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng CI1URC11 6:00 p. m. Training Sunda, School 10 am. :MornIng -'
At First at the residence at 3 p.m. Mon primary 4:30 Worship 11 a. m. PreServices Union. 7:00: m. Evening Wor-
Baptist both of Hampton: his mother, :Tuesday : p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning p. Worship 11. Training Union
day with Rev. W. S. McAlily, i Wednesday Relief (Booster Band Young! r .
Christine Doughman and; Society Worship at 11. Evening afojp. 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
Dr. Rcb rt Splro. president t former pastor cf the First Pre. grandmother: Mrs. Jimmie Da, 7:30: pjn.JORDAN. People, and Prayer Service), 6 Worship, 7. James Shaw. Wednesday::30 Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
Church, officlat' p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 1st and 3rd Wednesday
of Jacksonville University, will] sbyterlan ng. 8 Don
vis, both of LaBelle; stepfather,, Pastor. p.m Rev. Drawdy.
be Men's Day Speaker at the Memoriallzatlon was by cremattion. Leonard Douberly, Live Oak; MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Wednesday, night-1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor .
11 a.m. ssrvics: In the First DeWitt C. Jones Funeral one brother. Billy: Doughman,, BAPTIST MISSION 7:30: p. in.' B. R. Bowers, D. D., BKOOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Baptist Church of Starke on Home was in charge of ar Starke; two dusters Mrs. Carol 1 U. 8. 301 North behind Tas- pastor. BROOKER. FLA. .Airpark Baptist Church: KTNGStEY; LAKE,BAPTIST
Sunday. Feb. 8. rangements. Mathls. Keystone Heights, and tee Frees Drive ID. Sunday Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Morn.
Rev. W. A. Hoan.: pastor of Mrs. Judy Oaston Williston. school 10 a.m. Worship Ser HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron jag Worship 11:00 a.m.; Even. Sunday School( 9:30: ; Training
the church, said: :!: "We extend W. J. Doughman Funeral services were held vice 11 a.m. aDd 7 p.m. Pray (Highway 100 at Theresa! ) Bristol. Superintendent. Train. ing Worship, 7:00 p.m.: Wed. :Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
a cordial invitation: to all who ing Union 6:43: pm. Lowell Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Worship It a.m.; Evening Wore
at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Sunday School-10 a. m.
can come and hear Dr. Splro.: Services HeldIn Chapel with Rev. Robert Leroy' Olive pastor; E. L.OrUfls. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Douglas Director. Worship 7:00 p.m. Study on Book ol' ship 7 p.m.; Prayer' Meeting
He is a man who, in the mlfstof :: Jones Chapel Hasten! officiating!' inter. associate pastor. Training Union-6.30: p.m. Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Psalms. C. J. Sheffield Pastors 7:30: Wednesday.1:
Outlaw, music director.HEILBRONN Everyone Welcome. Pastor: Rev. Robert West.
a very busy: life cf leadership! Bent was In the Keystone: Evening WOl'ship-7:15: p. m.
In educat'on, rives much''' time William James Doushman, Heights Cemetery with DeWittC. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Night Prayer Services BAPTIST
to Christian service, such as 25, of Hampton, died Friday, Jones Funeral Home In BROOKER -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle CHURCH HIGHWAY U N. NEW RIVER BAPTIST"
he will be doing Sunday In Jan. 30, in Gainesville. He wasa charge.ST. Sunday School, 10 aja. Worship Packham, ptustor.CKAHA.M Sunday: School, 9:43: a. m. FIRST l'IIRLS'fI.\S CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Mowing
'bringing: a challen 'nar mesae native of Belle Glade.. Services 11 ..m. and 7 Worship, 11. Training Sunday Service: Sunday Worship! 11 a. m. Training
Morning School, 9:45): :>> a. m. Morning Worship :
to men to take their Surviving are hs! wife' Elizabeth
Union 6 ,
proper p.m. Training p.m.- IIAVTIST CHURCH Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser- Ser- Jnlcn' 7 p. m. Evening Worship
Place of responsibility In the and one daughter, Venus, MARK'S EPISCOPAL Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ice, 7:30.: r.t1\tweek Prayer Ser- 10:41.6:30: a. m.m. Midweek Evening Ser.E E 8 t p. m. Wednesday night service -
vice, :
life of their church." CHURCH, STARKE p. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel-
Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. \'ice, 7:30.: ]
tist minister.He vice, Wednesday:;!! 7:15: p. m.
Dr. Sp'ro: came to JU In 1964 received h's BS. degree Holy Eucharist. 8:30: a.m., CHURCH: OF GOD in.-- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev L. Tommy Howe, Pastor -Charles Reese, minister C::ome-L. L. Parker, pastor
from ,
Mercer University Ma. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Sundays. 4th -
In history at Wheaton 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
con, Ga., where he served four College Sunday! Morning Prayer.
In 1941, followed:: Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship
by fair: years'servIce
years as Dean of the Colle? of Church School 10 a.m. Family 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
in the U S. Navy. Immediately Services, 11 a. m. .and 7:30: p.
Arts and professor of Service at U.TYPEWRITERS,
m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30:
history. i after the war, he began
He is a Baptist deacon? and. graduate studies In! American : Manual or pjn.-Riv. Y. W Kid: pastor.FIRST .They want me
In the summers of 1951 and '52 and European; hs'ory! at "
the Electric. For sale or rent. to come to church..
engaged in studies at New University of North Caro ASSEMBLY OF GOD
lina, an 3 later studied FILING OF STARKE
York's Union! Theolgical Seminary in Scot. CABINETS Typewriter
on Danforth Fouidation land's University cf Edlnburg.': Stands, Desks Chair*. West Weldon St. and Raiford Yes, Mommie, they do want her in church, for in
fellowships. He was !torn: in graduating from there with
philosophy degree in 1950. Telegraph.Till Sunday School: 10:00: a. m
AshevTe: N. C., of
a Bap- 11:00: a. m. Moaning. Worship! ; the church they have a place for all ages. No child
I-w--its-. I_-------ta 1---- -- 3:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. :

m. Evangelistic Services. i is too young to leain." Thi also provides jou
i : Wednesday: 7:30: p. in. Mid-

week Prayer Meeting. an 'tunity to wUI'"hip, and give
oppoi )
F Riohrudso'n.SMYRNA
Pastor: Lester )

Debt : MISSIONARY undivided( attention to church services."Train .

033 W Pratt: St. Sunday serleas -
t _. lip a child" in tin'/ wall
/ : iuiid.ty School 10 a. m .......

Jnlv.ii Preaching, 3.43; ,'p.11 m.u. Evciilr.m. Training WOThip /1', '. h,' "Iwllid/( / !i/n." and irlit'H" / IK'If

!1I Do Us Part. 7pm. Everyone \\eloome. ... .JI'(.

I CONGREGATIONAL-Elder A. O. Flynn HOLINESS, pastor. 'iJ '(r'.V. \ .tilll/ III l'illlot!

CHURCH 4J r'p"/ '" (,rung if"

I Victor's Tnllymaster homo adding I Sunday School( 10 a.m. -r. .. /' '

I machine is a handy little home appliance that Worship Service, 11 a.m. # /'JII
Evening Service; 7
might Because it will I ,
I save your marriage. Friday Night Cottage Prayer l -4
save you money, the number one problem I Meeting. 3,

I in so many marriages. I Thursday Night Prayer
1 It adds subtracts and multiplies. And .Meeiin in church. 7:30: p.m.
gives .. I Youth Service Tuesday night
I you a printed tape for tax records. 7:30:: p.m. iMI.

I Precision-built to Victor business machine II Ivy Luke, Pastor -I. ?' ItII I I'yl II

standards. But decori.tor-styled in the !smartest' I r (

appliance colors-Avocado; Harvest Gold or I FIRST UNITED METHODIST

I 1Xcdg\voud Blue. Electric models as little as I STARKE Sunday Church School,

I $69.95, hand-operated from 5950. 9:45: ; Morning Worship 11. I

I A Tallymaster present for the family at II MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.

Christmas could go a long way toward I MYF meetings 6:30.: Evening I i

assuring a peaceful New Sear. I Worship Monday, 8-p.m.Girt Scouts 3:15: ;

I .At most stationery and t leading department Circle 2 WSCS, 3:30: ; Methodist \\ THE
I the(Church !II|Gods oppo.ntid agency in this" world for ipnodmg'mi knowledge ol M'll. i .
I stores. Or write Victor Comptometer Men's Club 7 p.m. for man and ol Hit, demand la,man to rtipond to that'lore by loving. hit" neighbor Without, :
Corporation Chicago, 111., 60618. I TusdayCIrcles 4 and:! 5, 10 (hit" grounding in the loot ol Cod no oo-irnmtnt or tociitv or war ol lilt mil, long I g
I a.m. Brownies, 3:15.: Wesleyan p I Service Guild 7:30.: from o telfith point, ol view, one thould tupport 'the Church for 'the tahe ol 'the welfareol r
I VICTDR 1 and' 3,
WednesdayCIrcles himself, and hit family Beyond 'that', hooever.. every pesoo should upnold and par gyp'Inpol
I 10 a.m. Children's Choir! Re. in 'the Church becouti. il, tills 'the 'troth about man I lilt death and deiliny. 'the \
personal adding machine I hearsal. 3:30. Library open, ,, CRe.el I Is
'truth which" alone will ut t him Ins to live at a child ol God
I 3:15: to 3 pm. Prayer Meeting Col.mort' Ad. s..
...., I
# .
I and Bible study, 7:30.:
%. : w I Thursday -Girl Scouts. 3:15.:
I Youth Choir Rehearsal. 7 p.m.
t t; .. I Chancel Choir Rehearsal. 7:30.:
Aj. .of\\ ''' Saturday Confirmation
\ I
I : ,
Class. 10 a.m.
.;' ), \ ; I -DeWitt T Farabee Jr., Pastor WILLIAMS BRADFORD STARKE BUILDERS


I ,.::4 Opportunities for service: Better Service For Your Featuring Ace Hardware

-I% :; I I Sun ay. Feb 8 Baptist Official Class Rings Complete Paint Supplies!
I '' :k I Men's Day. Sunday School, Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems and Sporting Goods
I \. 6i.. $'-. 9:45.: Morning Worship at 11: BULOVA WATCHES
.< "Check With Us First"
". I Dr. Robert Spiro,
k.:. .:. guest speaker, Abstracts
I president Jacksonville Unlver. 42 W. Call St. Starke
II 219 Washington St. 964-5270
I slty. Training Union, 6:15.: Evening Phone 964-7064 Title Insurance
II Worship! 7:30: ; sermon,
"Thou Shalt Not Kill.. 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
II Monday Youth Choir Practice -
,e? .i II Lottie Moon' Group, at STARKE 66"SERVICE
i 1 church. 7 p.m. Al and Ivy FAULKNERGULF
II Walsh Program 8:15.:
Tuesday Helen Masters Ph. !084-7231 SERVICEAND .
c4 Bill Edwards -
f : II'
V ICTOA Group, oat church 9:30: a.m.
I Ida Darby Group at home of Tire Tru-lnsr
', Mrs. J. E. Wilson; Lorena Headlight Adjusting $ ,G
I Epperson Group at Kingsley U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
I I Lake home of Mrs. J. H. Mon- Brake

I crlef. 3 p.m. Junior Choir, Chll Wheel Balance and ..-._'", C':) Trailer
dren's 3:35 GA and Sun. a
I Choir :: : Alignment
I 'teams, 4:13.: Ethel Biggs Groupat Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Complete Lubrication

I I home of Mrs Louise Tenly: PROMPT ROAD SERVICE WRECKER SERVICE Minor Tune-Ups :
I Brownlee Group at home of \ 24-HR.
I Mrs. I. T. Jones. 7:30.: AU Minor Repairs 1011 N. Temple Avenue :
I Wednesday Weekday' Bible and 100 '
:: Hiway 301
I i I Class at church. 10 a.m Family 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke PHONE 964-5899 !1 1e

I Y rr Night Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer *10 S. Temple Starke .. I
I Service, Royal Ambassador ,
I Meet'n! 6:30.: Weekly Teachersand BRADFORD COUNTY ,.
I Officers Meeting 7:15.: FLORIDA .
I Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: ..

I ThursdayAnnie Armstrong SUPPLIES ..
I Prayer Group at home of Mrs. EDWARDSGrocery EST .
I I Louise Tenly, 10 a.m. Visitation. TYPEWRITERS .

I 7 p.m. and Market ONTROLC1I : !
a.l 41 I -W. A, Hogan, pastor. ADDING MACHINES ,,

I I Groceries Meats Feed I AL co :
I Opportunity of service: Id 625. Take the drudgery out 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. :
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. of paper work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. "
I Morning Worship at 11. Youth Phone 961.5745 for FREE
i Choir Practice, 4:30: : Youth LEGAL FORMS. S. 301 South Starke ""

: Bradford County Fellowship Supper. 5:45: ; Training PAYROLL ENVELOPES PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates :.
Union, 6:13: ; WMU Prayer
II Circle, 7:13: ; Evening Worship, -

Telegraph' Inc. I Wednesday: RA. GA. Sunbeams "
YWA. WMS. 6:30: pm. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better =

I Prayer Meeting. 7:30: ; Church
I Choir Practice Deacons Meeting Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911
_s- ____ aa/ a/- sae s.___ _a.fal 830.: .

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(Uric lira TOBy By Helen EgaA
Michael H. CtnlttyI n

*. 475-Z171' -- -
; rI FELLOWSHIP CLUB Circles, Feb. 16. (Homes announced
..................- t. The regular monthly covered : next w*-k),

rr 1 obtaining legislative benefits dish luncheon meeting.. will be Eastern Star Election of Off

[-Keystone HilifesL for veterans, the VFW maintains We Chittys; are proud ownersof held at 12:30:: on February 12 cers-Feb. 17, 8pm.Homemakers .

MELROSE a nationwide Rehabilitation a new boat, as some of you In the Masonic Hall Mrs.Ethel Keystone) Club

I FOX Service staffed with may know. We now have a combination Weyman, program chairman, :Meeting-Feb. 18, Clay Electric

Phone in Your Items medical, legal and claims ex- Fishing and Skiing boat ''lhas arranged for a musical Hall, 10 Am.
-. +7s-+1aa By Dona Corey perts. It stands ready to aid instead of a yard full of program. Mrs. Jack Rice wlH Buffet supper Masonic Hall,

; '"' II all veterans in filing claims "junkers". So your Rolling- 'present!: vocal soles, accom> Feb. 21-4 p.m. (Eastern Star

WOMAN'S CLUB President's veto and the for benefits. Reporter hopes to put In many anted at the piano by Mrs. Newtton for members and friends).

The January 27 luncheon inability; to override this house's veto.; WATERWATER Through its Community; Activities hours of research and._ oNewligathering" Hook, who 13 organist At February 11Committee on

meeting of the Keystone EVERYWHERE! VFW Posts bring to during the coming St. Anne's Episcopal! Church.Mrs. History of Community Church
"Going through channelsdoesn't life their "Honor the months.
Heights Woman's Club fea- slogan 10
SCOUTS ASSIST Rose Lang will accept annual a.m.
tured Mrs. Norwood Phelps of get us out of the water Dead by Helping the Living." Buddy Ellis of Gainesville, PERSONALSMrs.
dues of for 1970
SERVICE $11 mem
Jacksonville, who spoke on PROJECTS ," complained Mrs. Maud This may take the form of came down for a visit, and
"The Indepensable United Na- Scouts of Troop 105 have been Watkins; Principal of Melrose Christina's baskets, safety sem- brought his boat to try out a bership. Grace VanBusWrk. former *
active in living to the Scout TomesPriceEngagement Member C. W. O'en5tho Keystone Club Estater.
tion." Special attention was devoted up Elementary School, at a recent inars, Youth Activities such motor, but he had troubles.
oath, which states that its suffered hip fracture Is do- prior to Mr. VanBusklrk'a
mem- a
meeting of the Executive I most of the
to the United States as baseball teams, Lite-a-blke, Thursday, spent '! Told
'Involvement In the program bers will try to "help other Committee of the PTA. Junior Rifle teams Junior day with my grandmother Mrs. : fag nicely. He !Is now a patientIn death stopped, for a visit with
people at all times."The Troop St. Jude Manor Nursing her many friends In Keystone.She .
with respect to our foreign 1 have written letters to Bowling and many other youth Palma Chitty, who has been
policy In the Congo. has assumed the responsibility; the Putnam County School centered activities.The ill and is scheduled to enter Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tomes,,, Horns, 2802 Parental Home Rd.. vlsltel! with the Houston:

Mrs. Phelps Is a past local of caring for a nine-mile sectionof Board, which is supposed to Melrose VFW Post can Bradford County; Hospital the of Keystone Heights, announce!! Jacksonville.!, Fla. 32224. Driscoll's. Two friends accom-

and state President of the U- the newly-organized Florida handle the problem and have contribute much to the com- first of this week. Of coursewe !the engagement of their daugh. COMMUNITY: CHURCH (Panted Grace from Sommers t.

nited Nations Association in Trail. When it is completed, even taken two County; Com- munity; and the adjacent areas, were joined by my grand- tier Pamela Jean, to Robert W,<. The Family Dinner will beheld Pa. They were on their way to,

Florida and Is presently the Trail will be a 600-mile missioners wading! ; and this but it needs the support of all. father Hubert (George) for sUP- Price Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs,,. In the Educational Build Flagler Beach where! they will

serving in the capacity; of state hiking the path from the Evergladesto has been going on for two At present there are monthly per. I spent part of the morning Robert W. Price Sr., :also ol t t Ing: at 6:30: February 11. TnMla spend a few weeks, and on
representative on the U.S. Com- Port Georgia St. Joe. Line northof years," she said. meetings (third Thursday of with Otis Melton at Western Keystone. a covered dash dinner, with their return will stop again in

mittee for UNICEF. She is a Troop 105 is The 335 students and 31 per- each month) in the Parish Auto, discussing the situation. Miss/ Tomes is i a senior al t t members of Mrs. Fred Smlth'i Keystone Mrs. VanBuskirk wasa

world traveler, including five cleaning trail clearing and sonnel are unable to find an House. The Post has hopesof Rita Rhea of Gainesville wasa Keystone Heights High School: ]t Circle as hostesses. Mrs. Walter" faithful member of the Home-

trips into Africa, and much of country from a across open un-splashy place to step on obtaining enough member- Saturday evening visitor ol and: also attends the Vocation. Grclick, program chairman makers Club.
George's Laketo
her authoritative Information Gold Head Branch State rainy days and for several days ship and community; support the Chittys; and Sunday, Becky Technical Center in Starke, has Arranged for a musical pro Mrs. Marion: Batchelder sister

reflects on-the-scene observa- The troop has had Park.three thereafter. Parents driving that it can ultimately build its Meek, Geraldine Yobo,and Deb where she Is taking: courses) in i gram. Mrs. Wm Nail vocal of Houston Drlscoll, has

tions. "work hikes" on the trail. It their children to school take own VFW Post building suchas bie Ridaught of Keystone secretarial training. soloist, will be accompanied at 'been serIously'! ill In Bradford

The club members and their is now cleared well enoughfor turns pushing autos out of the are now in over 10,000 com- Heights were visitors.Pat 'Mr. Price graduated from i :the piano by Mrs. George County Hospital. When able to

guests appreciated the oppor- hikers to use. Thirty bush- mud in the sloppy parking lot munities. Flllmon and daughtersof Salealanum! High School in i Ca-nova. return, her!! new home wll! beready

tunity; to hear this well. known els of cans and bottles were while children sit in classrooms The nextmeetingof the Mel- Tampa spent the weekend Delaware, and Is iiow complet. Mrs. Barry Wyman, Mission- for her. The Batchelders
wet to the knees. The rose VFW Post will be held with Joyce and Pete Barton.Pat's .
speaker. buried by the boys. trig his junior year at St. Edward's -. ary Chairman gave a report purchased the Don Morgan
available the school on Thursday Feb. 19 at the husband Tlnkl, had spent
only area to home Lawrence Blvct.Members .
The Panther Patrol and sev- University, Austin, Tex on the several projects the on
COMING EVENTS buses is a veritable lake, Mrs. Parish House. Anyone desiring the entire week with the Bar-
Church of the Bradford
eral members of the Flaming Women support, at the
Saturday, Feb. 7: The annual Arrow Watkins said. further information may tons, helping put the finishing as.Wedding : County Senior Citizens
and Raven Patrols have, plans will be announced genera meeting of Feb. 2. Club
"For two we have contact any member of the Melrose touches on their new gas sta-
Smorgasbord will be held at been assisting the Woman's later.Weight The initial planning meetingOf were sorry to hear of the illness .
been promised engineer Post or phone George Bassat tion which will soon in
the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub Club with the an ; open the of their
City Beautification Circle Committee for the president Joe
but here we are, Tail-end 475-4196 any evening. Kevstone. Sunday, Mr.and Mrs:
from 5:30 to 7:30
: p.m. Program in Keystone Heights. compiling of the Church Wom- Kerrigan. Many Keystoners are
Calvin Ward of Starke cele-
Charlie and the last on the DUPLICATE BRIDGE WatchersTo
Tickets are now on sale by Tony and Cliff Burke, Lester list continued. "However brated their 48th Anniversaryat en's History met In Feb. 4. members of the Sen'or Club.

the club members. Ketch, Steve Ashton,David Few, nothing, is effective thana Placings in Duplicate Bridge the Barton home. Among Meet MondayThe Tentative dates!: will be each Mrs. Janet Bowden who suffer
Friday, Feb. 13: The club Frank and Mark Kie- more were as follows; first place,
Bailey ed
fall last
mass of mad mothers storm- those enjoying the celebrationwere Wednesday! morning at 10 inI a October Is now
will sponsor a Valentine Des- fer helped Mrs. John Bird cleanup Mrs. A.V. Bannister and Mrs. the Educational Vole In the Gainesville Extended
at the clubhouse Ing into a School Board meet- C.W. Hardy with 43 points. : Robert and Novice Ward, Weight Watchers will]I Building
sert Bridge the business district and ing." Second Mrs. Robert Clare and Tiny and Lou Lovell and son, meet Monday Feb. 9 at th unteers are welcome, as ,this Care Nursing Center, 1000 S.W.
starting at I::3O. Reservationscan ,
plant shrubs and trees along Mrs. Steve Sashoff with 42. and Freddy and Mae Wattersonand Episcopal Parrish Hall at Keystone undertaking 2s new, and In- 16th Ave.
be made by contacting Mrs.
the sidewalks. all of Starke Heights! instead .. eludes the activities( and .-
Kenneth Liggett at 473-3035. PLANT SALE Third, Mrs. W.H. Davle and daughter, of the regular programs
members of Troop
Tuesday Feb. 24 The Recent new Rick "Work must begin now and Mrs. 11.T. Dent with 39 1/2. and Mrs. NIta Lewis of Fort meeting day In Tuesday,. since the' first CIrclet Mrs. Anna Prescott of Ocean:
: regu- Dave Practor
lar monthly luncheon meetingfor 105 are Brad we must have help," said Mrs. Fourth, Mrs. Paley Boyd and Myers. Meeting hours will be Meeting In 1951. Kindly call Grove. N. J. pont a week away

club members will be held Schultz, Dana Goetzman Reed and, Tom Betty Duncan, chairman of the Mrs. John Strawn with 37 1/2. Mr and Mrs. David Reid Fame-9.30: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. F. P, Egan 3-4748. If youi from the ice and snow with her

at 12:30: at the clubhouse.Mem- Brulett, Arnold PTA Ways and Means Committee and sons, of Jacksonville, vis- Regular Tues-ay' meeting i will assist. sister end:: husband, the William

bers will display their hobby tVilson.The 60th Anniversary of the "if we are to have a suc- CAPT. LOWRY CITED ited Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Car- will resume the following week,.I The Pulpit Committee has Beams, Sr. ol Lake Ge

craft and products at this session. founding of the Boy Scouts will cessful Plant Sale on Saturday, Capt. Charles Lowry of Put- penter last Wednesday.Leon extended an invitation to members
March 7. Proceeds from the White grandchildren
nam Hall has just returned of the conirreRatlon to join
be held on Sunday, Feb. 8.Members and Mrs. William Richards -
will attend 1969 sale amounted to $46.46 from Vietnam following one of Jacksonville, visited Mr.and with them In the final selectionof ,
of Troop 105 after a whirlwind sale that Mrs. fienrira Ellis bOlt Thln'''- formerly of Keyport N.
in Da !
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB the Church of God at Florahome lasted There year of service Nang d YTh: -E'iS have error( the last' namo a new pastor. Each department J.. are friends: of the William
Members of the Keystone take in only an hour. wasa and was awarded the Distin- recently :tchell Hall 18, of the church has a representative
on that date and part enthusiastic heard from their 'of) Kenneth M : Ban ma. Sr. and are newcomer
Heights Junior Woman's Club lie church service. Posters and more public response guished Flying Cross for grandson. was omitted l"st week from on the Pulpit Committee to the Keystone area, residingin
than had been antici- Jerry Music, who is currently
rescuing a downed pilot In and member! make
are busy collecting for the call may
will be to accident In
displays placed the account cf Ihs:: Starke.
with stationed in
March of Dimes Drive, which National Scout pated. Anyone plants to North from behind enemy lines. Naples, Italy known their Interest /toy conwon -
attention to Boy which he Ion his lICe near
donate is requested to call Mrs. Ernest Byrd, of Birmingham, ,,
they are sponsoring this He is a career man with the a tctin g an y of th e .ft I we
year. Week, February 7 13. Gainesville. .v..t.
Betty Duncan 475-2666 Ala. visited Jack and Lou Miller
so arrangements Air Force now stationed In -
are: Board of Trustees,
may be made tc San Antonio. and family several times Kenneth's brother: Wayne, Is NOW THE NERVE DEAFENEDCAN
DUPLICATE BRIDGE HERE N' THERE eerv'ng' with tV U S. Navy In Roy Turknett and Bud Mizell:
pick them us. The school last week, while he was hereon
The Kesytone Heights Duplicate Mrs. Elmer Howe .has returned cafeteria always has a supply FORMER RESIDENTSThe business. California, rather than with Board of Stewards, Mrs. Ernes'c' TRAIN THEMSELVESAT
Bridge Club, which was after three month visit McLean, Al Watson and Ray
a of large cans available for pot- report came back from Fishing news is slim,but Fred the Army, as was staled.
sponsored by the Woman's Club, in New Farris Church
with family and friends : Women Mrs. HOME
Almost Johnson of Starke that FREE
ting plants. anythingwith Bradenton that former residents reports -
has been discontinued due to She
York and Pennsylvania. Ray Starnes: Sunday School.
leaves on it will be ac- of Melrose, Mr.and Mrs. he caught 14 bass in Sampson
lack of sufficient participation longer than Intended, Robert, Eklund and MI. : N. .
stayed cepted. at Lake last week. With a little Heaven, Supt., KIMO. Y ( A
Joseph Seykora, presently
during the past three months. as a result of an Illness, but Youth Fellowship, Bob Handry, rcpoil mi nerve tk.itncsi has been
Last year, some of the plants Palmetto Point and Mrs. Wadie good weather, things should pick To save sinners like you andI.
Mr. and Mrs.Fremont Tolles, reports that she is now feel- again. President. The two candidates nup.ircil;! hI !pmviiic. I he NCI vccnfenc.lln
were unidentified, so please Carter at Southern Pines Mobile up .
who have been directors of the Aiitiriut:; with inf"nuli..n -
ing much better. under consideration!
write their respective My brother Wayne was in a are Dr. .
Court, are doing well and iii inlinfi he I : imitl re.enl Reli.iNlilliim -
wish thank Crab-
program, those Mr and Mrs. Raymond a slip of paper. Start are Interested in news of Melrose bad car accident last Friday Behold. lie's standing, and Herbert PugmIre of Pompano ..\, help.
who were faithful attendants tree (the former Miss Julie in which the driver Bill Beach, and Rev. Joe Oreer of
digging, mothers! Mrs. Seykora !is teachingat night knocking, Yctirs ol' knowlcilC| mKleiM.irul-
at these sessions for the last .Walker) were In Keystone last the Town and Country Nur- (Shorty) Young Jr., lost con- Just throw open wide your Decatur, Oa. When the final decision ins. unit sliuly have made ihis' repuss -

two years. weekend visiting family HousJ and>.fc<..CARNIVAL ,_?,?.M MI M ...,ry School in Bradenton.WOMAN'S I trol, and the car left the read, ..bMrtts. dol't has been reached, the t pussiMi
friends before leaving for "*Plans; for the annual Spring and hit a pole. Wayne'luckily; And the t gist will name will be presented to the Ilic I author of ihis uport say*,
ROTARY CLUB tone, Texas, where Mr. Crab- If yin can hear hut don'l. unilcr
Carnival are set tentatively for CLUB escaped with only a fracturednose save you, congrgatlon for vote on exter.ding

ard School T. Board Lovorn Member, of Keystone Rich- firm.tree will be stationed with his the first of May with the hope Following a luncheon, with and a few cuts and And your Soul will be free ,the call to the pastorate of Band Income if words frnslr.ilctl.. run together/- (Ihcrc donut i i is

that not only will bruises. Shorty was hospital- evermore.If the Community Church
parents help Pulpit.
Prevattand Mrs. R.P. Vogh, hearing) rili.ihilil.ilion" help" for
Heights at and Mrs. Bruce
was guest speaker Mr.
but also some of the Melrose Mrs. Fred Abell, Mrs. JamesR. ized, and had work done on both During the Interim, Rev. Frank: yon:'
the Keystone Heights Rotary son Ross, of Atlanta, were Clubs, organizations and busi- Neal, and Mrs. P. Peck his jaws, which were fractured. thou shalt confess with thy Thompson of Jacksonville will I I"oi your I I'I Kl I'I I I': upon, m no
Club last Friday, discussing recent guests of Mr. Prevatt'eparents Both these boys cut or nhliiMuon, : wine
nesses will step forward witha serving, a program pertainingto were luckyto mouth be guest mln'ster. to
problems which will be encoun- Mr. and Mrs. Myron Carnival booth.GAMBLING the annual March of Dimes come out alive and In such By the power of the Lord, COMING EVENTS IAK. INC l Ill| Smith, Avenue.
tered by our public school system Prevatt, Sr., of Lake Brooklyn good condition. you'll be saved. Mount KIM.O: N. V KM V). A posttiiril ._
their Bruce Drive was presented. Week of February 15th- will do Adv
during this decade.In During stay,
Guest speakers David Buch- Then some day, we saints will Community Church Home
his opening remarks and his wife, Mary, were en-
The inadvisability of a bingo to (Heaven,
anan and Mrs. Nan Gordan from go
Lovorn said, "The very con- tertained by Mr. and Mrs.W.Q LEEON'S CORRNER
game was discussed by Mrs. the Palatka office of the Marchof And leave all troubles in the
cept of community; schools is Dowling and Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Watkins "The Message"My
under Inter- Principal, who pointed Dimes, explained In detail grave. ,
presently attack. Arnold.
out that we blame young people how these funds would be used.
gration, bussing, percentage Harry Purvis, son-in-law of for disregarding the laws that
quotas, civil rights, student Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson of Mrs. Phillip Kromer was pre me a
Inconvenience them while companion gave
sented with a pin in recogni-
protests, SDS, sex education and Lakeview Drive flew into Jacksonville A.
ourselves message,
are setting the
up tion of her extraordinary .
the relevancy of our curricu- last Friday evening precedent. And told me to spread the
lum are matters of discussionand from Germany where he com- efforts during past campaigns. Word. '

debate." pleted a two-year tour of duty; VFW SEEKS MEMBERSThe Workers were given literatureand The Message Is of Salvation FREE

Lovorn continued, "Unfortu- with the Army.He has now com- following message was .encouraged to campaign You see, my companion Is the 1

nately, many of these problemsare pleted his three-year hitch with submitted by George Bass, Ad- vigorously.Parents of children with birth Lord. / d
being carried into the the Army, and he and his jutant of the Melrose VFW Post. defects
contact the Palatka
streets in so called non-violent wife, Kay, will reside in their The recently organized Melrose may lie showed me how all have
office of March of Dimesor
,..protests, instead of being new mobile home in Theressa. Veterans of Foreign Wars, call sinned,
solved by regularly constituted Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Phillip Kromerby short of the
; Post 10164 Is seeking to Increase 475-4251 And come glory
'phone, for help.
j! ted authority.; Edmond Poole of Keystone Club its active membership. of God. weight control

I The speaker then went onto Estate, whose daughter, Mrs. Membership of the VFW is made FIRE DEPARTMENT That no man can himself escape

I discuss how these problems P.L. DeVeres, passed away at up of men who have served HISTORY TOLD penalty LCOCLASIAEDKEYSTONE
relate to residents of Clay her home in Huron Ohio on their country honorable In over- The annual business No matter how fast he may
County, and specifically how Jan. 20 following an extended meetingof
; seas engagements. The VFWis the Melrose Volunteer Fire trod.
I Keystone Heights will be affected illness. In lieu of flowers, the the fastest growing of all Department was held Monday, adviceby
on the local level. family requested that donationsbe
I veteran organizations and its Jan. 19, at the Parish (House. The unbelieving shall have their
The three major points of made to the American Can- membership totals place
now over a Expenditures and allocation of
: controversy In Lovern's speech cer Society. million and a half. Aside from funds devoted to maintenance In the eternal lake of fire.
t were integration year round Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer en- insurance of fire trucks anda Where the fire will never go
!i utilization: of public school facilities tertained friends from Hart- substantial amount of liability out, phone
and the effect of the ford, Conn last week. The flames just grow higher
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Howell, .. and higher. HEIGHTSDIRECTORY
ui Mrs. n. Foster Nowell: ui fighters was approved.
I Keystone.Mr. The Melrose
Volunteer Fire
But God so loved this world If like lose
:I I'I and Mrs. Charles Smith Department was originated In you'd to unwanted
i 'l;frr have Joined a club for Retired 1945 by Judge C.I. Tolles, Henry And not wanting men to die.
: DuPont Employees located in Williams, and Mr. Huffman. He sent down His Son fromin pounds and keep it off for good,

: f-- Florida. They attended their Judge Tolles served as Presi- call Weight Watchers for free advice.
first meeting in dent order BEAUTY SHOP
:' Daytona on for the first three years that folks would know

.. Thursday, and will soon attenda with Mr. Williams taking over they were coming Only Henry .
,, y it second meeting in St. Petersburg in 1948 and retaining the Presidency Williams and Harry Huffman KEYSTONEBEAUTY

S for a span of 22 years. were tricky enough to mani-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. Williams was not honored pulate the hand clutches and SHOP"XDITH CALL 473-3154
Starnes were In Atlanta last with this office without reason, hand brakes on this compli-

t week attending the Southeastern for he has served this community cated machine. The exquisiteold Personal aDd JOOmON.Cze.Hve. Bair OWMT fltyl-

Poultry Convention, which was unselfishly and was rea- relic in now owned by a PUT JhoerT yumi ofXlturw Beaaty.

attended by more than 8,000 dy, at a moment's notice to fraternity house In Gainesvilleand TtM..4t*&. N; cao.ca1iIaa
people. Also attending from lend a helping hand, no matter is parked on 2nd Avenue. Q'. Keystone Heights
r Keystone were Arthur Ketch and what the problem. This fine A lend-lease arrangement ex-

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Belote. gentlemen is a credit to his lists presently with the Forestry NURSERYO.C. Episcopal Parish House

During the convention Mrs. community DepartmentfurnlshinR

., Starnes said they enjoyed see- The Department was incor- chassis and the Melrose Fire Carnes Nursery
tr Ing former Keystoners, Mr. porated as a non-profit organi- Department supplying the tank
and Mrs. Robert Menzen now zation in 1960 in order remain and other equipment The large Thousands of plants TUESDAYS

: residing in Douglasville, Ga., in operation. The annual dues unit, a ton and a half Chevrolet Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

and Mr. and Mrs. E.P Menzen are $6 per family. Out of 700 carries 22,000 gallons while Evergreens 9:30 A.M.] 7 P.M.
.. owYoaS e who are living In Naples. families listed, only 267 of the smaller truck has a capa- : -
r I 11e1e A special feature of the con- them pay their dues. The Fire city of 375 gallons. Camellias & Azaleas

: vention was a side trip to the Station asks dues of people Newly elected officials are: MOST ALL IN CANS

A t Fern Bank Science Center, within a five mile radius, but President, Henry Williams; PLANT ANY TIME

,, yea which houses one of the larger anyone requesting help will get Vice President, Col. George Beautiful Roses WEIGHTWATCHERS@

,, lfi' planetariums in the south and it, for the Department works Gibbs; Secretary, Col. E;.E., LandscapingPhone

also has on display samplesof in co-operative arrangementswith Kirkpatrlcki and Treasurer,. )
What happened to the money you planned to moon rock. other Fire Stations, especially Col. Ralph :Stevens. 659-2165

save? You had it on payday, but a week later Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Keystone.The The Board of Directors for 23 MI. S. S. "Starke on
of Tallahassee, were in Key- first truck pruchased by 1970 will be: Gen. R.P. Hollls;
it's Don't that
a you look and gone. just Hwy. 100 at flora home
stone this weekend for a visit the Fire Station was a 1941 Admiral If.T. Deutermann; Gen.
you'll save make it a sure thing. Set yourself with their parents, Mr. and Ford with a wooden spray tank P.F. Kromer; Carl Hagglund, ,

; a reasonable savings goal (actually saving a little Mrs. E.T. Martin and Mr. and capacity of 750 gallons of water. C. Murray Sipprell, and Edward Some talking some listening, anda
regularly is better than just planning to pave Mrs. Jorge Valldejuli. The second truck was procured Longnecker. S. E. McKAY, REALTORSenior

a lot). Then save before you spend. Col. and Mrs. H.H. Hamilton from a fire station in Daytona. "This Volunteer Fire Sta- Mtmtar Society of program that works.
of Charleston,S.C., were recent This was a very picturesque tion is one of the last tracesof Residential Appraisers
guests of Col. and Mrs. James 1923 model American La France the old American way of Mortgage BrokersWe Weight Watchers is a registered trademark

3 KEYSTONE STATE BANK Chesslngton at their home on with a 600 gallon tank, but It life," Col. Stevens said.LNSPECTION Help You Finance 01 Wel..;hl t Watchers International Inc
Lake Loch Lomond. was a real fire truck with a Trailer lots $300. Up @W W I Inc 1969
0'' Sympathy is extended to Mrs. bell which unfortuaately could : STATIONLeo The Best In Lake Front

::1 Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Helghta, Fla. Robert Hayes whose father, not be heard, so the volun- Hill has re-opened his Homes. Acreage, Rentals

:: "Your Frjend Fred DeLoach of Ocala, passed teers rigged up a set with an Inspection Station in Keystone Mrs Melba, H, n. Associate
..AIPk : away suddenly at his home last old iron locomotive wheel that Heights. It Is open from 8 Keyjtorie Office 47I-481C
: In Your Friendly Coll unity:1: Friday evening. theY hit with a sledge hammer till 5. Homes 473-4710 411-4911:


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:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*::::::::::*::::::::::-:: ::-:':::::::': ::::::::::::::"-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::<<::::::::;:i:::;:?::;::: Marc Jackson, had II points.In Due to the fact that the boys NOTicro OP iN-rn'STio'v TO .,ndae IB TI., llriultord.. Court Couat Of The,.. Florida.Cenntr t

the second games both who are participating In the HBUIS'IKII NAMIO: FU''I""OliS; la VrvlinteIX ;.::.::;:::::::;:::::;:;:;:;.:..:;.::.:..:-.:.::.:..:..:..::.::=.-=::::::..:..:::::-.:..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::: ": -::" )
re: Ustnte': of Amos William >>
basketball for boys .
RECREATION teams had early troubles get- program Notice I Ia hereby given tIitthe *, Deceased.To .
NEWS ting their on the basket ages 8-lOhave shown suchprogress undersigned., undpr the pro- All Creditors And Person
Villon* of Chapter 20.953( Laws Jones Funeral Home
however Starke Builders had with their basketball skillswe of Florida Act of 1941 will ro- Having Against Said Claims state Or: Demand I DeWitt C. I

ra;:::WSSR: >SW:::S:::S::':::S:<::;::*::: .::':;:;::: :i:;:;:::::::;:;:::::;::::::;:::::;:;: ::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::.. the most difficulty as the ball have divided the boys Into Circuit tBtor Court with, the In Cleric and for of nrad-the Vou and ouch of you are hereby -
seemed to refuse to thru two teams, calling them the proof notified anil, ru go
ford County Florida upon
dANTAM LEAGUE TIED time, 27 27. But Carp's the hoop. As the first half Rebels and the Gators. of publication of tills notice of North o'<( cent which any you, claims or either and demand of you, : STARKE i
and had These two teams will play the flotltlou name may :have against the estate o-t
AFTER FIRST WEEK'S .PLAY smelled a victory they were ended, Starke Builders Fla. Country Music Show, under .
AmosVllllama, 'late of
not to be denied as they outscored managed only 12 points while controlled type games each which I am enKOfffd In businesst said County to deceased the County PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE
The Bantam Boys Basketball Cadillac 7 1 In over- the Starke Plaza had a little Monday and Wednesday 3:45: : Brooker Florida. P. O. Box Judge. of Uradfnid, County Florida :::: <)

League got off to a real good time to take the victory, 34 better success and led 26 12. p.m. at the Recreation depart- 13.Leroy Stokes P. O. Box 63. at of his said office County In at the Stailte courthouse '

start with each team having Both teams had better shooting ment on Temple Ave. We hope rooker. Flo. Fla, within six I calendar ii HEIGHTS .
28.Joey to further divide the boys Into David Fussell Rt. 1 Box 108-A months from the time of the
identical records of 1 1 after Thomas was high man per centages in the second Brooker Fla. .
first publication o-t this notice.Each
the first weeks action. for the winners with 26 points half as the Plaza hit for 40 four teams however this will John hen dry Rt. 1 Box 218ALake claim or demands hall be r. PHONE 47.1-3176 ii

Tuesday, Jan. 27, saw Carp's while Charles Green led the points Starke Builders for 32, depend upon the further deve- Butler. Fla. of January In writing IInd shall state the :! $
Department Store and Starke losers with 12 points. with a final score of 66 44. lopment of the program and Dated, A. D thIe 1970 9th at Stance day Brad- place address of" residence of the claimant and post and office I :::::::::::::::::::::MftWS: ::: ::::S::>;SSftSftSW&D: :: ::! ::::::::::;:::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::: :::-i: ::: ::: ::::::::::;;:::::;::::;

Builder Supplies meet In the In the second game with the and a win for the Plaza team, the boys ability.; ford County. Florida. 4t 2-11 hall/ be sworn to by the claimant -

first game with the Builders score changing hands several their second against a loss On Monday, Feb. 2, action, 1.15 and, any her auch ujront claim, her or attorney demand; ,

coming out on top, 16 II, times, Koch Drugs gained Its to the league leaders. the Rebels came from behindto In The Circuit Court In And not so filed shall be void.Wllhelmonln .
while the second game had Cad- first victory by downing Starke The winners had 3 playersin whip the Gators 13 12. For DrniUuril County. Florida." BrooksWILLEL.MINIA
ilia? Uniform Company takingon Builders 36 31. Koch Drugs double figures with Wayne The Gators scored 3 In the Charles 13. day. Cimr Plaintiff v. executor of the Last Win and TRACTOR SALESBox
Koch Drugs with Cadillac gained Its first victory by down- McLeod tops with 26, followed first period, 5 In the second Pauline H. Onv Defendant Testament of Amos Williams,

getting their first victory of Builders 36 31. Koch Drugs by Greg Reddish and Larry 2 in the third and 2 in the To: Pauline Notice H.Of Gay Suit ad5reSunknown. deceased.First publication Jan 1. 1970.
the season, 32 27. led at the end of the first Thomas. 16 and 13 points. Ran- fourth. The Rebels scored 2 1-15 41 2-5/
points In each of the first 3 hereby notified thate.n \ :.:':' :::::::::: ::::::::: :::::::::: 75 LaCrosse. FI*. Ph. Alaehua 462-2828
The first game was a low period 10 6, and at the half dy Jones repeated his 16 point You are hns been : ::::::::: $:::::::; ::::;:::::: ? -
scoring affair as both Carp's 24 13, but the Builders came performance of last week to quarters and really blew the filed action against for divorce you and you are : OLIVER TRACTORS
Store and Starke Builders each back strong in the third quarter lead his team. David McRae bottom of the basket out In the required to nerve a ropy of your 111 GLASS .
had opening game jitters and to take the lead 28-. 27 added 11 to the losing cause. final period popping in 7 big written n.defenses Fields tf It. 10 DIFFERENT SIZES .

just couldn't get the ball to go going Into the final period. STANDING: Badcock 3-0 points, and overcoming a 10 6 Mller on Alan& P. O Drawer ::11;; FOR EVERY PURPOSEIIIirwors 11.

through the hoop very many Starke Builders had the hot Starke Plaza 2-1, Jackson Gator lead.Jimmy F.. the Win Florida with th o..11l l lerlcof and I ':': !J Implements Sidewinder Mowers, Holland

times. Eddie Blalock was high hand in the third period, scor- Builders I 2, Starke Build- Prevatt was the big file the nl>o>o styled Oniirt on or 11 ff:: Transplanters, Cole Planters,

point man for the winners as ing 15 points to Koch's 3 points ers 0-3. point maker of the game lead- before. February 10.mny 1970 be ;entered othervice :::11:: FOR EVERY PURPOSE 11 11i1 John Blue Ezee Flow, and Others.
he shot for 13 of his teams but in the final period they Ing the Rebels with 6. while a Judgment for the relief demanded -
winning IS points. Dale lIaas cooled off getting outscored 9 SCHEDULE Eddie Akridge had 3, and Jer- AgainSt you In the complaint or ::i1::. t: Combine and Hay Equipment
added the other 3 points. Joey 3. Frank Bennett, with his driv- Monday Feb. 9-7 p.m':Jackson ry Blalock and Keith Kerchalne petition."Vltnpall mY hand and the seal
Thomas was the only point ing layups, had 16 points while Builders vs Starke Build- each had 2 points. John Boylesand of said Court' on this 9th day of 1.11. 11 TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS

getter for the losers with 11 teammate Ed Watts, hitting ers, 8:30 p.m. Badcock Furni- Dean Brown shared top January, 1970. CO.3724l53724353. ,
with set shots around the ture Starke Plaza. honors for the Gators with 3 (SEAl )
points. key, vs Inmnn D. Oreen ::;
The second game of the after- was close behind with 15 SMALL FRY BASKETBALL each, Frankle Crews and Keith A. Clerk Beulah of M nab, Moody T Court : 1313 N.W. 4th PIece :: Calvin I C.,'Williams and Raymond Dyal
Carter each scored By
noon had a little more scoringin points. Eddie Blalock again was BEGINS LEAGUE PLAY A. Deputy Clerk :: Gainesville :

itas Cadillac Uniform downed high man for his team, hittingthe 1.15 4t 2.5 :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*
Koch Drugs 32 27 in a thrill- bucket for points from all I
ing ball game. There was never over the court. Dale Haas u.!:1=t: llIlCl= lIIIS- :: HIRE a BUY SELL-REN! >T-SWAF>* HIREBUY SELLRENTSWAF H1RE

more than 5 points differenceIn chipped In 6 points.STANDINCS CARL BEGGS

the game although Cadillac ..._thru Jan. 29:
led all the way. Cadillac led Carp 1-1, Builders TH, Koch CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS Gulf Service

at the end of each period, 11 1-1. Cadillac 1-1. USED ARTS

7, 17 13, 24 19, and the Top Prices for Wrecked. CM
final score of 32 27. SCHEDULEThursday
Dale Johns was the big gun Feb. 53:45 Cadillac Jkl= =-:::::-=I. SELL* RENT SWAPHIRE' BUYSELL- =J !lA-Y..h'-rI..II: = =:a=I5':1:1 t 1II11*1 RENT'Cl8 24 Hour Wrecker Serrlee

for Cadillac, pumping in 19 vs Koch, 5:00: Buildersvs -. Fuel Oil -

points with help from Charles Carp. MSN WAXTBD Laundrywartm. PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaner: reconditioned Vied Care -
' Green with 7 and Sharone Gain- Tuesday Feb. 10- 3:45: Build- ni3: > AD RATES Kitchen ai. latar- $15 up. 10 different i I Hwy. 101 N. Walde
ey with 6. Ed Watts led Koch ers vs Koch, 5:00: Cadillac vs ... eotta pwtnt*. VaCehtan. NCW: AND USED brand choose George E. LaRue 4M-lf98
Vf to IS words __ ... name to from. I,
Drugs with 10 points followed Carp. .. cooks and elartat, ground- SALES-PARTS-SERVICE Parts
it excellent repair all
closely by Frank Bennett with BADCOCK FURNITURE (Minimum ea.,..) keepertrue* driver Plysday Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of INSURANCE AGENCY WANTED LISTINGSOn

8 and Steve Thomas with 7. STARKE PLAZA COP WINS E.ell wertf ...... !* __ .07' week eight hour day. Water Softeners &: Filters. Vacuums 712 N. Main. Gainesville .- Auto lire Homeowner Homes and Acreage. Buyers
Thursday, Jan. 29, saw the CUte Waiting. trout Realty Rev.
Badcock Furniture retainedits retirement vacation. Expert Service On 379-7110. LIFE & ACCIDENT
tfchg :
tables turn the losers of Extra Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave
as undefeated status by sweepIng charge U mot sick leave. If interested please ,
Tuesday's games won. Carp's Jackson Building Supply 82- paid fas stdvsuie ___ Jfl apply in person Personnel All Makes Keystone Height 47S-46B2: Ph, 964-6609 Starke Fla.

Store downed Cadillac Uniform 48 and Starke Plaza moved Into Manager Sunland Train Plumbing Service DID YOU KNOW It's easy to'' I
34 28 in overtime. Carp's undisputed second place with a Mos4ei.. aa.olatlo Ing Center. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 964-7061 own a Longchamp Home? MEN WANTED Men cottage FILING CABINETS Typewriter

Store had led all the way, going 66 44 wallop of winless Starke An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP Better built for r r4a? liv parents age over 21. Startlrt I Stands. Decks Chair*.
' into the final period leading Builders. '7 e ito per word AND ing. Yom plan or our pay $329 month promotion opportunities Safe Bradford CountyTelegraph.

23 17. Cadillac came storming These results sets the stage tfohg SUPPLY CO. Your lot or our. Contact rtu- and regular Increases .

back to outscore Carp's 10-4 for a most Important battle for OABM OF THANKS ford Mitchell phone 10485S. ., in pay. 8 hour day 3
in the final period to tie the first place between the present SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCE : P. O Box 238. tarke day week side leave vacations Antiques! Large Collection

earns at the end of regulation leaders and holder of second .. worm or IMA --_- '.CO Letters It Numbers for Interior. AT REDUCED RATES ," ". state ;retirement. If Interested. bottles furniture glass Hard
4 spot in the league. Since each and exterior use. All sixes co AUTO. FIRE BOAT please. apply In pereon Personnel ware. Variety all kinds. We
team will meet each other only word over 00 __ .07' lors. Bradford County Telegraph. DOYLE E. CONNER Manager. Sunland Training Cen Buy & Trade. Come out &

twice. Starke Plaza's hopes of U INSURANCE AGENCY I JIMMY MOORE'S ter. Gainesville, Fla. browse around. Grlffig Old
JacksonvilleBusiness winning the league title will reston MIMOSA MANOR ehg An equal opportunity employer Trading Post. 2',4 miles North
their being able to hang up a MOBILE HOME PARK PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to SUN SPORTSMOOHK of Starke on 301. Ph. 964-7289.

victory over Badcock come Trailers and Spaces For Rent $625. Take the drudgery out tfchgWATSON'S

Monday, Feb. 9, 8:30: p.m. Phone 964-7498. tfchg of paper work.-Bradford Coun- BAIRD BOAT ?OR WANTED: Used Wrlngr-Waah-

In last Monday's games.Badcock's ty Telegraph U YOUR MONET err Will pay cash or take In

hit the basket with SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Mobile Homes Starke Fh. M4-B70I trade on anything. DAHMER'S.
regularity In posting a 82 House of Vacuum
iller BrownVolkswagen oiled NEW and USED 964-7923. tf-eJig
adjusted in
\ your Complete Outboard Se Stern
48 win. The league leaders are
home $3,00. I Many brands of :new vacuum
under Vacuum cleaner 8-10-12' Wide Drive Service ad Repair.
fraction Used
averaging just a WILL BUY: Appliances.
Directory : repairs also. All work guaranteed. GainesvilleHood $3900 up. Used machines: from
90 Complete Flberglis: Repair. Stereos
points a game. Furniture. TV's anything
Dennis $10 Expert Repair aU make.;
E. Coggine Phone
Badcock jumped off to an I Quality C u s m-built' Fiberglass of value. DAHVOCH'fl.,
> I 431-1428. Parts and Accessories for all
early lead of 11 2 and ended ttch(( Fishing floats
Auto Sales and Service I II Priced LABEL MAKERS from vacuums. Built In Central vac
the first with 21 7
period a I
advantage a 14 point lead and A. .T. Thomas Registered Real Gainesville 378-2785 19.95- Bradford County Tele- uum cleaning systems. 712 N.
Parrish MotorsSALES Estate Broker since 1953. Specializing Main Gainesville 376-7110
Serviced Guaranteed
that was as close as Jackson'scame I aid BUY SELL TRADE: Uaed craph. Ph. 984-6305.
In appraisals for
rJ. 'sed estates Delivered In SUrke "
to the lead. Badcock lead A\c
_.._ Appliances. Ton. ,
corporate and Individual Plastic
Sales Service
38 20 at halftime and the NO EXTRA COST TooWlmberly's\ Trading
owners Thirty years experienceIn j[,Letters all sizes colors. Permanent -
final 82 48. John Watson and
US ill \ Blvd.. Smith PlumbingAND
N. UOt NW 7434 Blmndlng
VOLVO Harold Bishop with 27 and 23 1 Mi. North of The Mall Florida Land Matters. 205 N. I for use on wood glase.
..PARTS points paced the winners. Mar- GAINESVILLETAXIDERMY Temple Ave.. Starke Fla.. Tel. Gainesville' 1T8-TU JacksonvUle. tfchg 1 plastic! paner metal. leather

cus Rhoden also Mt in double 964-5701. tf SERVICE Small appliancesat .. :... :..::;.: :-: :.. :.. ....;.; :-: .\ANYTHING t -Bradford County Supply CompanyI
Always Good Used Cars* figures with 18 points. Bruce' EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Starke Hardware Co. 108 E. Telegraph. If

121 Laura St. Ph. 3565654FITrTH1r Jackson led the Builders with wanted. Good pay. Apply In person Cull St. Phore 9n4-5311. tfchg PAYROLL ENVELOPES.
16 points while big brother. I
and repairsPlumbing
at Longhorn MARY I Contracting
Rugs-Flsh-Blrds-Oameheads Restaurant U. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. Bradford County Telegraph.Ph I
Chaz. S. 301 South. tfchg 11114.83115.FOR I Fixtures |
MOTOR!; Lundy Plaza-Lodge Motel File Folders, complete line office ,' 'r
Water Heaters Pumps -
Starke Fla. 5t dIg 1-29
FOR RENT': TV sets baby supplier -The Telegraph RENT 12 wide. 2 bedroom Irrigation iron Filters -'

PEAVY BrothersElectric Keep up on beds eleo. guitars, amplifiers Phone a 4- 30S. CARTER trailer outside city limits. f Water Softeners

S 1EARS refrigerators: dy or week. DA. FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse J. B. White. 964. 114. tfchg

Co., currentaffairs I HMER'S. gai-TOTS. tf-ehsj : S bedroom. 1 baft central -

HAS FOR SALE Registered Pole heat It alr-oondlttonliw. Cor- PAINTSPAINT PHONES:

Electric MotorsSold : EVERYTHING Herford bull 2 years old. Also ner lot Phono', M4-3M7. IMhg CAMPER 961-6023( or 964-5832

Serviced Repaired some register' Angus bulls. I
Generators Starters Armature the 964-6114. tfchg EUNICE NURSERY (Please make s note of
""Rewinding. easy wayRead STARKE Persimmon Pear and Plum PRICES'' SALES I our numbers In yourShrubs
trees. Satsuma and Kumqua.t.Ornamental .
UO Lenox Jax. 387-2528 National Sewing _phpne. _boot L)
the Pulitzer Prize Phone 964-6848 shrubs all types. 2920 Waldo Road

J winning Christian Science Machine Co., 2 ml. north of Lawtey on HI way. INCREASEFEBRUARY Gainesville 376-0691
PIANOS 301 turn at sign! Phone 782-3465.
Authorized Dealer
Monitor. Rarely more than Largest selections from whichto

YAMAHA PIANOS 20 pages, this easy-to- VICTOR: ELECTRIC TALLY- choose. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco tfchg 9 "SUrcraft" "Dreamer" Azaleas Camellias

CONN and KIMBALL read daily newspaper gives MASTER Add Machines with. New Home. & Universal. LARGE LOTS or acreage for "Wheel Camper"Travel Ornamental trees. Geraniums

ORGANS you a complete grasp of subtraction. SPECIAL. this This Ad Worth $3.00 On Any ale in Green Acres. sub-dlvh- Trailers Truck Ferns and Others. Mrs. V. R.

national and world affairs.. month only $69.93. Ideal for Purchase or Repairs I"n. Phone 004-i0JB.! : 4tch* 2-5 Buy Now And Campers Fold Downs Ferguson Raiford Road 964-

Plus fashion, sports business home or light office work,.- 611 W. SALES SERVICE
University Ave. 378-1355 6227. 3tchg 1-29 2-12
and the arts. Read Bradford County Telegraph. tf FOR SALE Select Northern I Save SOc to $1.00
IF WE DON'T HAVE IT bob white quail (breeders). Also TYPEWRITERS Manual
the newspaper that 91 % REMINGTON Per Gallon FOR RENT Kingsley Lake. : or
of Congress reads. CASH REGIS- we'll get It for you. Office Tennessee Reis.:! TennesseeBlonds New brick duplex 9partm nts. fc-iectrlc. For sale or rent. -
TER: 2-total electric slightly and Button quail. E. R. I
Supplies tradford.
Furriture. Equip. County Telegrapb.
Phone 984-539J or 964-7788 Mer-
- - used.
Cost $420. Save $100. Box Branford
new ment. Bradford County Bowers Rt. 1 206. PAINTS AND tfchg
ritt Wllllann.
Please send me the Monitor for Our sale price. $320.-Bradford Telegraph. Fla. 32008. Stchg 2-26 I FOR SALE-1958 Ford V8, tu-

rJ: 1 year $26 Q 6 mos. $13 County Telegraph. tf FOR RENT Furnished apart- I ior.! automatic radio heater.
FOR RENT -1 1 bedroom turn-
Q 3 mos. $6.50 LOSE WEIGHT Reduce Rate and with Go- Paint SuppliesFor ments. Also house for sale In Can be seen at 406 S. ThompSt -
safely with Ished apartment suitable for
KI1HHALI: "SWINCiER" I Pi: Check or money order Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Bese Tablets & E-Vap "waterpills" country. Small down payment.W. after 3 p.m. Can t* boughtat
Only Pile at bachelor man or working girl.
ORGANS enclosed Mitchcll'g Andrews Pharmacy6tp H. Nollman. tfchg right price Phone !964-6234.
Drug. Stp 2-19 Utilities furnished. Phone 9M5884 -
Roosevelt l\Iall-388-8519 n Bill me 2-26 2tp 2-5
name WANT TO BUY -Minimum of 570 West Call St. ltchg AllPurposes FOR SALE-Large lot 110 ft.
40 acres of land with x city : One
or with- MIMEO STENCILS. and Ink.
WESTERN STORE. Itreel_ out home Wanted prohicer to furnish and electricity. Ideal for good 230: Amp. and one good
Call ,
964-5256. 2tp 2-5 machine and
Duplicating :: *
'a llttes! and labors for
producng house trailer or house. $850. I 275 Amp. Forney Combination
city applies.!! Pradford Count
FOR SALE2 bedroom block eggs on contract basis. Phone 004.61110. tf"hg Repair Unit that welds brazes> ,
LITTLE DUDE State zip home 2 ncres ground. So. 100. Good money
PB 18 Phone 964-6120 or :'tv.Contact Florida State Hat EXPERT CARPET Installation. FOR SALE -Large corner charges batteries etc. Purchase -

Western Store THECHRISTIAN 9646260.2tp 2-5 cheries. Gainesville or phone Cll W -788<> after II p.m. tfchg I BROWNLEESTREET 110 ft. x 110 ft. inalde! city llm. for remaining balance.
372-04fi\ 2-19 its. Septic tank good lawn
SCIENCE .. 4tp i Can be seen locally. Write
WANTEDto Purchase hou" "NEED MONEY-ColIect 70* . . .shrubbery concrete slab city Credit: Industries
Western Leather '.' ... I : Manager. Forney -
Clothing '
goods Saddles fcnd Trailers MONITOR@, on Kingsley Lake for cash. CB FOR SALE-Home and 4 2 bath between rf your account receivable up ,I .-. .-- ..... .. .... .... ... water electricity, and gas. Will P. O. Box 563. Fort C"l-

Charles & Sharon Petty Bon 125. Astor Station Write P. O. Box 298. Lake But- acre to five years old. For details! Pour 2nd concrete slab for has Colo. 80521. Include Phone
Ie'. FIn Starke and Keystone FILAMENT Strapping Tape., Phone !984flfilO
Boston Massachuselts 02123ATTENTION tfchg Write Box 894. Palatka. Flor house trailer. $1 500. Number.
903 8. Edjrewood 384-110 Height' Small equity! and assume ida." 2tp 2-S' =?;" x 60 yards $2.50 Single tfchg itt

Remove excess body fluid with !' FHS mortgage. Phone roll. Bra..-ford County Tele. '
HOUSEKEEPER to live In to
FLUIDEX tiblets only $1.69 at 4n-4R7 af'er 8 pm. LTP FOR SALE Volkswagen, low graph tf I FOR SALE-1 GE Record
Mitchell's Drug.! 6tp 3-12 m'"-g.. Il7ht blue, 1P68 sedan. er. Make< offer Call after IS PlaY-I' look after two elderly women.
DEPUTY DIRECTORThe Cll 468-1325 Hampton between
I-: 964-7337.
exiellent condition. $1400. Ph.
FOR SALE-1967 Belaire Chevrolet CUBB Economic Agercy Southern Marine hours 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Itp
I !64-6121.! !) 2>D 2-12:
tutone. factory air pow- in S"arke. Florida. is now accepting FOR SALE-1-55 gallon kerosene -
Moved To GainesvilleNew I BARGAIN-23" Color T. V. Mo-
HORSE OWNERS er steering almost new tires appl'cations for the position -I I WANTED Calves 2 to 4 months tank on stand and used
I torola. Blonl. Walnut. $275.OC
1300. Phone 473-4262 after 6 of Deputy Director for a -oP. Angus, Hereford or other NameGainesville I Heater For !information call Southern Discount

p.m. or all day Sat. and Sun- multi-county Community Ac- geei:! stock. Ph. 964-6921. Marine after fl n.m. "X54-7337. It : :phone !964-5010 Company Itchg
day. Itchg tion Agency. Experience With 4tp 2-26 I
Come on out! rural OEO-CAP programs pre- LYNN HAMILTON MOR.Johr.5n : FOR S-LE-HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE: Heme: 2 bedroom
SALE LAND proven business. WANTEDNight auditor ap- ,.- en-"**. Excp'l3"t:: Jop t'on! for
Good salary plus fringe
L Motors Cobra Boats Mv'.nir! room dining room, mod-
located U. S. 301 N. motels benefits. All applications: must, ply !in person Mr. Tucker. Holiday ,'u-in-ss. 321 W. Madison! St. "Ti kttch-n and bth. AU large
near 9644240. Starke or 721- Inn. Itchg Marine Supplies next dO'r to First Federal Saving .
be submitted -by February 22. "
V-q-Vd "
"I' "! l t. Re'ee-
...and ride with us every Saturday at !';II7. .Tack_onvlHe. 2tp 2-12 Send complete resume' to: Nelson FOR 1030 E. University Ave. and Loan Sta-ke. Phone n' Conven'ent! for stores
SALE-Horse and bridle.
7:00 P.M.Weekly Gainesville 'If4-7nl! f-r nonolntment' tfchg
R. Rlos. Executive Director -
FOR SALE -Metal expandablebed A1"e-1v brei:! to a quarter, !goodi arrl, shopping.! 700 block Walnut
frames $2 each maple bed CUBB Economic Agency ,, ".. ... 1 Sfeet: 5900. Ph
ribbon are given for the first sixplal."es i I .r.< very gentle $125.00. FOR S.*LE- URGE FRAME 9646968.Itchg
Inc.. P. O. Box j
.ead $10. 4311058.' Up 970. Starke. } .-, *
ph -
OB 6880. 2tp 212nw HOUSE. 2 loti. Home plus in-
in each class. We have a class for FlirM! 32091. An Equal Oppor- PUBLIC NOTICE
i c"me.2ta bocks' from Post
FOR SALE-Bird dogs pointers tiin'tv Employer. 2tchg 2-12 WANTED WANTED-ROtary mower 4 or
R5NT: Partially' ) furn- : 964-
Otf' hopon
3V4 mos. shots and wormed. Someors to assume payment 5 foot wide with power take-off.

Trophies!' are. criven out once a njont for Thorougnbred. $40 each. 431- FAYE'S FABRICS -FIrst quality -/ jv t'hHdroom p-- -. ph('n house, 964-5431 610 Col-or on SINGER DIAI.OMATIC SEW- 'i 7271. forDpoIflPmPre. tfchsrWA"TT'D ts. any hitch: also need farm
the riders with the most points. You have: 1058. Up dress drapery upholstery 864-7116 tfchgnST5T ING MACHINE in beautful walnut : L4RG';: quantity nt'Jlty trailer. Ph. 964-6921. -

to he a member to win trophies, but not material. Notions chenille bed- consoV. Mint place In your 'table o!' chckn! fertilizer. |I i. 2tp 2-12
IRRIGATION SYSTEM for sale. read.. taoestr'es.! Also seciond t > !
area to a r l9bl! party. Balance Want Delivered! cr will pick up.
ribbons. Self starting engine. pump, *. mill end BankAmert-;, ? :: ) Stt"\NS"\> : Treated to nw,1.., S69 "0. Call 353- rh *\4-v! >87. _Itp FOR SALE-3 purebred German
1.000 ft. aluminum line. Sprinklers card-and Master Charge. Open 'tvtnnd 9"uther20c etch 1946 COLLECT. Tacksonvllle., Shepherd pupp'es. 1 male and

to cover 3 acres at one Mon 1uY. 107Tues.. through $2.25 doz. Snecl'l price on !argS day or night. ask for credit LEGAL FORMS. Bradford 2 female. Shots aDd wormed.

BRADFORD ROPING CLUB settlrfflr. T. W. Baker. Lake Geneva Sat., 9-7: Sunday H- Hwy. 301,1 r quantities.: Bradford County manager. Will deliver no obli County Telegraph. Pfc., Eight weeks old. Phone 473-4133.

phone 473-4704.' 4tchg 2-26 1 1H m' north of Wa\do.\ tfc i I Telegraph. tf gatlon. 4tchg 2-26 984-8305. tfchgL


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