Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 18, 1971
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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was Chamber PresidentBud

Farmer's Market Mizell's reaction

Tuesday after a
meeting with officials
Stands Unused
from Alachua Marion and
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Admits r : n Nassau Counties and representatives -

Is of the
State Department of

Transportation to promote

Lesser full time manager and secretary lem for car: dialers. Mac: Baldwin 4-laning US-301 north

1 r- : at the Starke State Far- owner of Baldwin Chevrolet and south of Bradford

I f ft mers Market Is unnecessary: here, said he understandsthe County.
because: the facility: Is not used law and the reasons for

that much: by farmers, the Bradford it, but said it is a "farce anda
Charge legislative delegation was nuisance." Brightest prospect for completion : -
told last Thursday. of 4-lanlng US-301 north
I t} a : : : Pointing out the law was designed from Baldwin to Callahan to

; Predicting: the demise of the to protect theconsumer: 1-95 seems to be a new Fed-
ndJ strawberry In Brad'ord :bounty ; State Sen. Bob Saunders said
k y ? ____ eral law making: areas desig-
Billy G. Epps trial for aggravated { I t tV tn __ Lawtey poultrymin Arthur he'd hate to be the legislatorCont'd nated as"economic:growth cen-:

assault and aggravated Gaskins said the salary of the ters" eligible for highway con-:
battery ended before It began m:1.\tJOr: : and secretary: will become ( on Page 4)Core ) struction: funds. So new Is the

Tuesday morning, when he : even more of a dead law that DOT Secretary EdwardA
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changed: his plea to guilty. weight. Only times the market ft. Mueller told the 50 per-

is used by farmers now sons at tho meeting he had
With his attorney Selig Golden is during strawberry season not had time to read it. DOT

Epi>!s pleaded' guilty to aggravated and to sell pecans' Gisklns officials asked not to be closely : -

battery against Elton said. questioned on it.
James MoJghto.i: last November -
State's Attorney T.E. Dun- "There is a manger and But the new (law was held

can: then told Judge John 4.H. secreatry: there the year I Aa. d'1r but as being the only hope that

Murpiree! he would not further OJlil" ro-nz," he said, "and the market i US-301 north In Duval and Nassau -

prosecute: the other charge: of ., 1 1tcal is open only two monthsa counties: will be 4-lanco

aggravated assault upon John- J.IL'. "" ...: year during strawberry: sea- prior to (the late 1970's.
ny Lee Barrett. \ : : .. son and at pecan time and low A low traffic: count and right-
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Jude Murphree withheld ad- in this area. Dlst. 2 DOT Engineer Jim Wardas

Jud:cation: of guilt In the case: the major reasons why -
pending a pre-sentence: report Lois Clark admires redbud blossom popping out a b.autiful pink against "I hate to see it as much" 301 4-lanlng from !Baldwin to

from the probation dipartmont. bare far as anybody, but it's coming: Callahan is no higher o.i the
gray limb- a ign that Spring is i not too away. I
J Maximum ;penalty: for the aggravated said Gaskins of the demiseof rhv DOT priority \list than It Is.
Is the strawberry' > .lie said acre-
battery charge:
Traffic: : count on 2-land 301
Is down this from
11 $2,003: and two years In prison. age last. year north of Baldwin, Is only 2.000

cars: per day, Ward said. The
r. Federal Government; in orderto
Kep. Gene Shaw quick to
A panel of 87 Jurors had M.
been reply, told Gaskins if he can: consider giving matching:
called: 'or the trial, sched-: funds requires 5,01)0()()() cars:
uled to begin at 9:39: !) ,i.m. md Prison Reported find! 50) farmers who feel the Wei met day per

they finished their day: in cojrt: same way, stepj will be takento
before 10:30.: cut: the salaries of the ma anger New; was brighter for the
and secretary.Gaskins saidit southern portion:\ of 301, the 10

is his own opinion and might KH Girl miles from Bollevlew :to Wild-
The Starke bank official: was not bo shared by others. wood and a tie-in with the

IJ' charged: Nov. 25 in :direct In- . Quiet Wednesday The matter caInJp: / during Sunshine Parkway. Dist. 5 ]IX r
formations from the office: of ... a discussion of way In wWchh :: Engineer Bill Benedict said the
State Attorney T.E. Duncan: In EntersContest .
? legislators could: trim plate! porlloii 01 US-DO I from Sum-
Gainesville, by-passing local: expenses. merfl-ld to WIdy! ',:>d Is In the
legal agencies. Both Informa- DOT planned program: for con-
tions stated the incident: which: defiance and West Unit dissidents when tasking pointed out state struction during 197172.
Prison routine was reported open : Tuesday, they the shops and marched: : to :a
resulted in the charges: occured: : "back: to normal" at Hal- were locked up In the East refused to return to their cells.: the funds have been spent recently !Must has ale
prls- rlght-of-w.i
segregated area near '
on Nov. 19.Barrett to put an ornamental! brick
West Around 60 Inmates Injured
ford State Priso.i Wednesday and units. were -
on: hospital.As been acqu'red for the 3.5 miles
Starke plumber and morning after a week of trou- when' peppered with filed the front on the market building, Inlarlo:1: Benedict
the prisoner by !Miss Coree Welmcr, 17, County,
The that might well
week-long, potentially: shots last sating money
started witha shotgun
bled unrest that guard-fired
pump: company: operator; 'w s hospital, other inmatesap Keystone \Heights high school said, and that portion ">f 301
dangerous situation started have been saved.In .
hunger-and-work strike In Friday night before : itrtin the
In the University q of the still in Is scheduled to be four-lancd
parently some ones third
Is the entry
Florida Wednesday, Feb. 10 with a other action at the legis- senior,
) and Inside tho
of Medical Center the East (maximum: security: yard returning fiscal
: with hospitalized with injuries received I Festival In 72-73.
the 1971 Strawberry:
Unit when Inmates demanded hunger-and-work strike In the prison. lative hearing.: : tw> Starke car:
extensive facial: inuurles forwli.'ch : Friday night-- came: to set April
East Unit w'len' Inmates demanded dealers criticized the new state Beauty did to
the right to form a council: : : "How joj l1J.IIe: { accomplish -
: : : he underwent surgery. conditions prevailed the windows and: began taunt- the annual Bradford
Troubled :
3 during
: law which dealers! to
the right to form n requires ,
Miujhtoii: : representative for to negotiate with prison officials the and officials.At tlnl" Guy \ndrews,
at the prison over the weekend Ing guards County I Fair and Strawberry
correct mlleigereiding
council: : to negotiate with prison attest as -
: on certain deminds. Starke businessman. asked.
Sta-RIte Industries also that several "wnrn-
in another point
officials.: culminating: on cars: they offer for safe: Festival
injured in the lru.ldent Superintendent: Don Hassfur- shooting< ::! Incident: Monday as Ing shots" (some reportedly "We've been w.rkll0.1. It
I of !Mr. and Mrs.
, der said the break-through: In llassfurder who: was attending around 125 work-striking Inmates W.BIlly\! ) :Noegel': said the Daughter !Miss Wei- eight: years," Benedict: rep'ied
The affidavit signed by a return to normal co.i: : 'Uons a meeting In South Florida were belr\3 removed fromFlorida's (Cont'd on Page 4)) law gases: a bookkeeping prob- D.ieimcr: Kll. the only explanation he offered.
Moughtoi. to which' Epps pleaded mer is :Miss Keystone Heights
at the overcrowded: prison came: at the time, flew back: to the
guilty Monday, states that High School: and Is the 1970 But DOT officials indicated:
with a "show otforce" prison and Louie L. Waln-
Epps: Homecoming (Queen. Her am- that stale pans! for 4-lanini
the administration. wright director of the Florida
". .did imlawAilly' \ commita : bition Is to become a secre- the portion from 'tildwin to
"We went to sach: defiant group Division of Corrections: : arrived -
battery on one: Eltoi James tary. Special Interests include: Callahan are still years: away:
Moughton and did then an3: there and told them 'yoa'ro no longer from Tallahassee to discuss : Spending Frustrates cheerleading: swimming, dancing if the job has to be within
running this place.-w1J're run- : demands of the striking -
and the framework of the $12-14
Intentionally or knowingly C:3.I1"the : \ prisoners. spurts.
it llassfurder said.
ning ,
mllllo.i for
said Elton James Mough- budget )per year
The 5-8 120 pound beauty Isa
ton great bodily: harm or permanent Tuesday's firm-line tactics: : After a lengthy session with District 2 with 50 per cent
KITS; cheerleader: and an office -
: sabflity' or permanent backed around 100 the strikers the I 'n- matching funds from the federal -
Wire up by prison ) Too assistant and Is a mem-
disfigurement armed men, including: regular dials agreed to let the inmates State Legislators ber of th c i'ephub( and K goxcrnmenLDlst. !

prison guards, riot squads from form i council: and elect: their Club. 2 Engineer pima Ward
the Florida Highly Patrol,and own: officers.: said the 4.7 miles of 301 In
tho Florida Marine Patrol: 1 riot She Joins !Misses /Robyn War- \Duval County will require
squad. Just as the East Unit disturbance ren and Sharon \Howell both of $500,01)0) for right-of-way which
stoner ask their check of local: assessments -
Ralph Bryan a
was' being resolved, skyrocketing Starke, previous entrants for must come: from Ouval Coun
llassfurder said that all but however! d ssldent Inmates In spending and the $256 million support for a proposal to give by a state agency, suchas the '71 Strawberry Queen title. ty's secondary road funds. He

one squad of the Highway Patrol the main: West Unit started sym- budget deficit: which: looms large counties: half of an extra cent: the auditor general The discussion 'I I the beuuit pageant/: is open said he plans to put that In
might be released from pathy demonstrations, : refusing apparently frustrates Brad- of gasoline tax to build roads. centered around the
girls 16 U> 21 in (Maker, Brad the DO \I' program for 75-76,
their prison patrol duty some to work and milling about in ford's legislative delegation as Kcp. Gene Shaw however, saidIt controversial House Bill 990) ford, Clay Putnam, and Union the budget that will come up
iDOUG time Wednesday. the prison yard refusing to much: as It does John Q. Cit- Is not a foregone conclusion : passed last session which Counties for a hearing in April, but must
return to their cells.: Their izen WIO: must dig into his in the legislature that an states that county: school: dis- have thc concurrence of Duval
The superintendent said that cent will be added to tricts shall be allocated Minimum -
action: stymied efforts to work pocket to meet the costs.: Entrants will be judged on County
all prisoners were back at their the tax.Nobody '-oundation Program
out a peaceful compromise: In gas
Include figure -
assigned jobs with the except-: Sen. Bob Saunders and Keps. funds up to four mills at 100) natural beauty to There: is small\ hope: how-
the East Unit, and resulted in '
spoke against adding fate, hair, personally,
Gene Shaw and Wayne Hoi lings- cent evaluation. ever, that floral will\ be will-
ion of abut: 70, who still showed prison guards firing on the worth to a penny to the gas tax, per and polhc. ,lodging will be on of its
were quick point out Ing to allocate: part sec
DICKEYTo at Thursday night's annual I legIslative but there was a protest from Under the ratio study of assessments appearance In bathing suit, after ond iry road funds to the 301

hearing that they, too, City; of Starke officials: that counties: assessing: 5 wear, sportswear, and project, officials feel
Sp.ak At are taxpayers. No; legislatorgoes the cities: should receive more above the state average will street clothes.
Tallahassee than half if a penny Is add- gain school funds and those Ward said thai the portionof
to \ with
Bradford High Man Hangs Self plete disregard for his consti-com-: ed. assessing below the state ave- Thc contest Is sponsored again 301 tying 1 In Nassau County;
would lose .tunds on the this year by the Starke will require the expenditure
tuents pocketbook: Sen. Saun- While he is willing to go rage
theory they were not makingas Junior Woman's Club. !Mrs of $1.2 million In right-of-way
FOOTBALL BANQUET ders said. along with a 50-50 split Hep. great an effort on the local lane Adams Watson, a former fundi. He did hold out hope

In: County JailA But the legislators readily Shaw said the matter will haveto level Bradford County Strawberry queen' is handling that after 1975! the federal government's -
Wednesday, F.b. 24 be thrashed out in the
admitted that an Item-by-Item stands to gain about $300,000 1971 contest preparations. share of the con-
study and analysis of state bud- : session. lie doubts, since: the ratio study revealsits struction of Interstate rends
7 P. M. get requests Is impossible. Appropriations however, that the counties: will assessments are above the may:: be Increased: to 70 per
25-year-old Negro man. day morning; by Deputy Sher- committee: mem- end up with an even split since cent to 3'J') ;per cent for the
BHS Cof.r.ria Louis Hampton\, was found dead iff John Dempsey. The cause: bers are handed a book full\ cities: now receive no tax mon- state average. state.

of strangulation In a cell In of death, however, was from of budget requests larger thana ies for roads.Shaw claims: thereIs .Rep. Shaw cautioned: against Public Invited

the Bradford County Jail at strangulation.A Sears-Roebuck: catalog: ,Saun an increasing: awareness of spending the funds, however, Nrds'a: lounty rmistalsopur-
SHROVE TUESDAYPAN 9:30 a.m. last Thursday Feb. coroner's: Jury viewed the ders said.Budget. tho problems of cities: in the saying he Is doubtful the pro- chr.,* any additional right-of-
To Annual for the 4-laning. That coun-:
II. state legislature and that some- way
will be funded.
Is gram
but verdict being
cutting: on the state thing will\ be done to alleviate ty Is now heavily Involved In
Hampton; was scheduled to be withheld pending the resultsof level is often times done arbitrarily those problems. Shaw said many county: tax Science the purchase of right-of-way!
Tus., Feb. 23 brought up for a parole viola- an autopsy ordered by AssU Sen. Saunders said assessors feel that Howze & FairThe funds for95 and for the 4-
tion hearing at noon Friday. State Attorney Mick Futch. because: legislators do not have Reminding those present to Associates of Tampa did not lanlng of All from I-ernandlna

7OOtP.; M. He was last seen alive about Jailed the previous Saturday time to seek Justification: for sound requests for new taxes do a proper Job of getting aver west to "ulee.Commissioner.

St. Mark' Church 8 p.m. last Wednesday night Hampton was taken to the each: item in the budget. with care: Rep. Shaw told the age assessments. public: Is Invited :M view Carl Arm-
by Jailer W.L. Grlffis he Hospital group:
as Bradford County; on approximately 400( student made
Rep. Shaw said he finds his Commissioner Ralph Bryan strong explained Nassau's position ) -
Parish Houf made his nightly rounds.It Sunday, Feb. 7, after having "There is only tne place: to projects In the annual Bradford
property taxes almost too highto aid he has heard Tax Asses- on the right-of-wny! pur-
what the sheriffs office described School Science Fair set
( ) that'sfrom Ugh :
Is the first time that a admitted pay, but said also that existing get it new tax revenue sor Gene long complain: about chase. The county has paid"
seizures. was and Feb. 22-
: as Monday Tuesday,
1.25 prisoner has killed\ himself In to the hospital but later state programs such: as the you. the new law requiring annual $550,000 and borrowed $360-

Children .-75c the Bradford Jail, as far as released and taken back: to Jail. prison system and care: for Requests for local legislation assessments on all real pro- 23. 009 for present right-of-way

the Sheriffs office: can: remem- retarded cannot: be abandoned. at the hearing were nonexistent perty. That may demand too The projects will be on display purchase: on 1-95 and AIIf
Sponsored By EYC ber. Several persons have diedin According: : to Deputy Sheriff From approximately 30 per- Home rule has ap- much: Shaw said, but added Monday and Tuesday from Nassau; had to fork out over

the Jail of natural causes Dolph Reddish, Hampton had sons at the 7 p.m. hearing last parently taken care: of that situation .- the Legislature had to take 3 to 9 p.m. at the new !National $1 million for right-of-wty: for
.. however. said he was going to do some- Thursday, the legislators heard Rep. Shaw said after some approach to see that assessments Guard Armory on Edwards 301 It would tie up Its second-

she () thing to make one of the deputies repeated protests that ad va- the meeting.A stay up to date. Road. ary road funds for 10 years,
Hampton committed: sucldeby: shoot him. Hampton had he said.
.state LainktA.M using hems off a bed sheet to threatened suicide In precious lorem taxes are getting out large part of the two hour- He. too, feels the pinch: of
hang himself from the top of stays In the county: Jail, Red of hand. Some persons proposed plus session was devoted to a ad valorem taxes, Shaw said: take Judging of the projects: will But Nassau officials Indicated -
two pieces of ingle Iron which: dish said, but added the hanging placing: a limit on mlllaee. discussion: of the new state place Monday afternoon. Tuesday they will work with
....... U. wall Joint In sponsored assessment study. "You're not telling me something Winners will participate In the Starke Chamber In promoting
fasten together a was the last thing any of "
T.50,0.0 I know. State Science
lop don't already : Fair In West Palm
....... Dopoojo --c61' :-. his cell. Ells feet were on the the officers: expected: Hamptonto On the other hand the delegation Billy Noegel. local car dealer Beach.
floor when he was. found Thurs do. heard County Commls- and Starke city: councilman: : ,op- (Cont'd on Page 4) (Cont'd on Page 4))


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.... Pancake SupperAt Lynwood Walters

Hamilton St. Mark's And Wife HonoredAt

Home Family DinnerMr.
The )'OW1ItP80pleorSt.Mark's
was hon- Episcopal Church will give a and Mrs. Lynwood Wal-
j bridge party Pancake Supper on Shrove ters were honor guest at a
last Thurs- Tuesday, Feb. 23. from 5:30: family dinner Sunday at the
by Mrs. Randy to 7 p.m. In the Parish Houseon home of Mr. and Mrs. DavidE.
Canova on Klngaley Laic*.
Church Street The supperIs
George Rob- The dinner followed servicesat
open to the public with tic-
Mootys Phone f...7.. the home of the kets at $1.25 for adults and the First Baptist Church at
754! for children 12 and under. which time Lynwood was ordained -
Society EdUor tables where the Into the ministry.
seated were Out-of-town guests Included:
..... miniature ar- meted her with a silver baby Darby Peek of Lake City, Mr.
ef1"e01W/"' 1tf of red carnations, spoon with the date of the and Mrs. Terry Walters of
and purple sta- shower engraved on It as a Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. C.
of the same memento of the occasion. W. Walters of Dublin Ga.,Mrs.
a alsousedatpolnta T.M. Lowery of Lakeland,Misses -
the party rooms. After several progression Bertie and Eliza Holland
theme was car- of bridge prizes were award. and H.L. Holland of Register,
the table appoint- ed. Among the guests was the Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson
,yNM'R.r hoJX>ree' s mother. Mrs. W. and Leslie Anderson of
was presented M. Thomson of Monticello. Statesboro, Ga., Robert GuInn
an antique wooden and Miss Lulu Figlni of Gaines
hostesses presen- ville.

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Washington's Birthday

Mr. And Mrs. Dicandio

I On 41 st Wedding,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dlcando Jeffrey Meats
Sr. were honored on their 41st Fred Smith and
wedding anniversary on Feb. 13
with a surprise dinner givenat lt ''t "
their homo on Bosscnt Hood l1 .l Sii: % I.-I."i:;
by their oldest daughter, Mrs. e ti. : s ,''siiEii: : l lw
G.D. Owens and their youngest :r
daughter, Miss Millie Dicandio. -
The dining table was centered
with a three-layer wedding cake a4
1g ,
topped with a bride and groom. ill
Guests during the day were : iy.r
three of their daughters and
their families, Mr. and Mrs.
J.W. Denmark, Roger Den- A
mark. Bruce Denmark, and Mr. 1
and Mrs.David Eddings of Jack
sonville, Mrs. D.J. Neats and
Donald Neats Jr., Starke. Also
extending good wishes by phone
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles! ]
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Valentine Party : 7-1/4 ,. 3/8 ,
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dish supper last Friday nightat vents ting jobs with ease fast.
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Following dinner, Mrs. William ,.
B.Johnson's ladles class, Ladies & mans dress $1994
and Bob Mllner's men's class and sport models. Some
and their husbands and wives WaShable calendars.
enjoyed an evenii of games,
relays, stunts and contests led
by Mrs. Fred Browning. Sev- :
eral prizes of Valentine candy / '
"love beads" were awarded ,
during the party hours. CARP'S
Assisting Mrs. Hurst In serving J CHARGE IT AT CARP'S CHARGE
and caring for the 46 members i I

and guests present wereMrs. .. .. no Don Neel, Mrs. Mary Jo. I I '
Evans, Mrs. Bobby Taylor
Mrs. Ralph Bryan and Mrs.'
George Pierce. ,
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I Local admittances to Brad-

C -jj;;; ford Elizabeth include County: Paul A.Hospital Smith Crawford, James this, week Mrs.R.

eaJrfa K owAltar Heath Marvin, L.Mrs.Lawson Maude, Rufus Holliday Davis -,

Mrs. Alice Cogdill, Osle
Cason and Charlie Grtffls Sr.,
Starke; Mrs. Minnie Phillips,
Miss Darlene Stephens, William -
Society Women Golfers Susan Faulkner H. Green and Mrs. Lll-

Meets At Home Start Valentine lie Pellum, Lawtey; George D.
Tourney QueenAt Gllsson, Keystone Heights;

Of Mrs. WeldonSt. Next SundayThe Pine LevelMiss Mrs. Lucy Barden,Mlddleburg Doctor'sInlet ;
Mrs. Minnie Taggart.
; and Wallace H. Mann,
Edward's Altar Society; ladles of the Starke Susan Faulkner was Lake Butler
held their regular meeting Wed- Golf and Country Club will be- crowned Valentine Sweetheartat

nesday evening, Feb. 10, In the gin play next Sunday, Feb. 21, the sweetheart banquet for Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Shep- % ,
home of Mrs. Gladys Weldon. In the Woman's President's Cup the young people of Pine Level pard and son, Bobby, and Miss
Mrs. Don Champion, president, Tournament. All ladles who play Baptist ChUrch last Saturday Debbie Austin of Brunswick
asked members to save used golf have been paired with an night. Ga. were weekend guests of
Christmas cards and religious opponent and these are postedin The Valentine theme was carried Mrs. Kate Sheppard. They were
articles for missions In For- the pro shop. out with the hall decorated all Sunday dinner guests of
mosa. There will be one flight only with valentines, hearts, cupids Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Gay.
Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. Altar and play will be with full handicap and red candles throughout.The
Chairman, outlined duties In for 18 holes. Contact Herb buffet table was centered with Mr. and Mrs. George Ben-
>!ltar care and offered to make Herres at the pro shop for your Hallmark Valentine decoration. nett of Orlando spent the week COMING THROUGH
finger 'towels for use at Mass. opponent and other Information. Following the banquet, Dean end with Mrs.J.E. Wilson.Mrs.
Mrs. Weldon demonstratedthe First round matches start Feb. Cassels, music director,gave a John Reeves was also a weekend
method of converting men's 21 and end March 7. short talk after which games guest while enroute to Alex-
shirts Into useful clothing for First round matches are also were played by the 30 young andria, Va.
cancer patients. She requestedthat being played In the Men's Pre- people attending.
members bring filled com- sident's Cup Tournament. All Mrs. Carolyn Cowart Mrs.
fort bags'to the March meeting male golfers with established Cora Lee Johnston,, Mrs. Arthur
for distribution to the Veteransat handicaps have been paired and Duplicate Bridge Roberts of Green Cove

Lake City Hospital. the pairings are posted in the Winners NamedMrs. Springs, and Mrs. Forest Dayof
Mrs. Joseph Cissy, who pro shop. Each match Is also Penney Farms were last
serves on the local Pornography played with full handicaps.Call Thursday visitors of Mrs.
Committee, reported that Herb Herres at the pro Marie Dent and Mrs. Carrie Hitch, Miss Annie Darby
merchants have been coopera- shop for any additional Infor- Bess Burns were the winning and Mrs. Ella Cottle.
atfve In eliminating Indecent mation and be sure to contact couple at Duplicate Bridge
literature from public view. your opponent and get your Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Chesser
Mrs. Paul Meng urged mem- matches played on time. Ed Wainwright were second and and family of Salt Springs and
bers to sign forms now at post Townsent Dent and Ken Dent Mrs. Audy tilnson and son of
offices' for the purpose of keep- Palatka were weekend guestsof
Ing obscene mall from coming VALENTINE/ DANCE were third. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dennis. s' a W'
The club meets Tues
Into their COUNTRY CLUBThe
homes. day night at 7:30 in the 'ruz
Wollen- /<
Mrs. Robbie Shaller Invited Pratt street recreation center Col. and Mrs. C.H.
members to her home for the berg of Farmington,Conn.were
and Is to all
Starke Golf and Country open
March 10 meeting. recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Club was the setting for their ers. L.G.
Rev Father James Cregan, Powell.
annual Valentine dance Satur-
St. Edward's pastor, Invited
day night. Martin and Raymond Llchotaare
members to attend adult
religious -
education classes to be The Valentine theme was car- returning to their homeIn Tom and Leslie Johns of Mac-
ried out in the clenny spent the weekend with
decorations with Connectlcutt after a week's
held from
on Friday evenings
red and pink garlands strung visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank their grandparents, Mr. and
7:30: to 8:30.: These classesare
across the celling from which Collins. Mrs. J.W. Ritch.ThelrparenU.
open to the public. Johns,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
hung deep red accordian Valentines -
at intervals. Along the Mrs. Charles Eakins and son Joined th e family on Sunday.

walls were large Valentinesand of Crystal River visited Mrs. 11
cupids. Bobby Crawford on Tuesday.
Mrs. Carl Johns and son,
The Dolton Gang of Jacksonville -
provided music for danc- Mrs. J.W. Kincaid is visit- Dale, and Richard Roberts were
ing for the approximately 5U Ing Mr. and Mrs. C.C. HoppeIn visiting Ricky Johns at Howey
couples attending. Tampa this week. Academy, Howey-ln-the-Hllls,
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy New- on Sunday.
man of Pompano Beach announce Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar
the birth of a daugh- Glen Champion of Pittsburg Sr. of Miami was visiting Mr. Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Starke,
Kan. is spending several weeks Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers of
ter, Jenifer Denise, on Feb. and Mrs. Terwillegar Jr. last SALE
4. Grandparents are Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champ- Wednesday to Friday. Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. Blair
Mrs. Roy Clemons and Mr. ion. The Champions also had Phares of Winter Park were
and Mrs. Albert Newman of as Sunday visitors Mr. and Capt and Mrs. Jack McComb Sunday guests of Mrs. Henry
Starke. Mrs. Seibert of Jacksonville.} Jr. of Big Springs Texas are O'Hara.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. McCombSr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Law- Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Graddlck for two weeks. Mrs. G.E. McGauley and Mrs. IffT CHRYStER 1971 SATELlLiFulty
rence Kirchalne of Starke announce of Sumatra visited Mr. and Carl Motes of Palatka were
the birth of a son, Joseph Mrs. J.T. Lawson several days Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns Tuesday visitors of Mr. and

Richard, on Feb. 12 In last week. have had as guests, Mrs. Hul- Mrs. Charles Hardy. .dbdi! Sidan;* FollfIqulpp t? '
Bradford County Hospital. dah Morgan of Jacksonville last
Mrs. Pearl Caldwell of Bat- Friday, Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. Lucian Johns Jr. and / Equipped
tle Creek, Mich was a guest Cash and family of Orlando Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville 1 '
Judge and Mrs. T.A. Yawn last week of Mr and Mrs. J.G. over the weekend, and Mr. and spent the weekend with Mr. 1 1.I
gave a family birthday dinner Caldwell. Mrs. C.A. Brinson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.
last Friday! night for their son, on Sunday.
Terry, on his 21st birthday. Mrs. I<.G. Duncan of West Miss Judy Whitehead, a stu- .I 4 '
Terry was home for the week- Point Qa. is visiting her son- Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Mon- dent nurse at St. Vincent's
end from the University of West in-law and daughter, Mr. and icello was visiting her soninlaw School of Nursing and Ronald
Florida. Also attending were Mrs. Rudolph Crawford, for and daughter Mr. and Pate of Georgia Tech spent
Miss Carol Strausser of several weeks. Vlrs. Brian Hamilton, and mo- the weekend with her parents,
Gainesville, Mrs. Pearl Cald- ther, Mrs. FF.; Stump,over the Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Whitehead
well of Battle Creek, !Mich., Mrs. H.G. Bollinger attendedthe weekend. Miss Whitehead and Mr. Pate
and Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Cald- Narramore Christian attended the JuniorSeniorProm Used 1969 Plymouth F IDE
well of Starke. Foundation Bible Conference at Mrs. Nancy Gunter was visiting at St, Vincent's Schoolof ury
Lake Yale Friday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E.II. Gunter Nursing on Saturday night.
; ".': ; "' : '. .; ., ; !. / T -
In Eau Gallie last week.
Lex Green celebrated his
Misses Evelyn Sinclair and Carl L. Johns and Delano
birthday Wednesday night of Langford of Mercer Dr. and Mrs. D.W. WMffen Thomas
last week with a family aum< Keersley Joined a party; of 75
at the Pirate's Cove in University spent the weekend attended the Southeastern Op- men in Nicaragua, Central A- ,
party Gainesville. Attending were with Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. tometric Congress in Atlanta merica, Wednesday to Sunday 111' 1 1' I / / .

Mrs. Green, Mr. and Mrs.Cur Thursday to Wednesday.Mrs. where hunting.they were duck and dove $$J / t.

tis Sanders 'and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Roy Clemons spent the Jerome Johns underwenteye
R.A. Green Jr. and family of past three weeks with hat nn- surgery Tuesday in St. Mrs. J.C. Kesterson of Nep-

Gainesville. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Vincent's Hospital. She will tune Beach was a weekend guestof

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Mrs. Jimmy !Newman; In Pom- have surgery on her other eye Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Picker-
Beach. They were joinedon
pano next Tuesday remaining in the ing.
and granddaughter: Kathy and ;
Thursday Friday by
Green, spent last week Black Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman hospital for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade have
Mountain they visited N.C.Mr.Enroute and homo Mrs. and son and Ma re la Clemons. J.R. Kelly attended a Tax returned from a three weeks Used 1968 Buick Skylark Deluxe'
Jimbo and Mike Newman
Charles Godfrey and familyin returned Collector's convention in Sara- cruise to Central and South
with their grandmother, sota last week. America and Jamaica. They
Aiken, :&.U.:
Mrs. Clemons for several
were accompanied by Mrs. N.
weeks visit.Friends Mc- K. Hurst who remained in South
Mrs. Stanley Poole of Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Dewavne
Rae of Jacksonville have pur- Florida.
hassee was last Wednesday
will be interestedto
chased the W.B. Thompson Jr.
of Mr. and Mrs. George
know that Arthur B. Wil- home on SR 16 and moved In Mrs. David Kirkland recently 2 DOORCOUPE'
Huggins. Ai coiYbrrioNtNG- POWER STEERING. wsr
liams returned home Sunday over the weekend.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B.
after a week in St. Vincent's Jackson in RADIOHEATER TWOTONE.PAINT.IUNMJP
Airman and Mrs.RC Thorn- Arlington, Va. WHEEL COVERSSiCYLINDER .
ton of Jacksonville spent the Hospital, Jacksonville.Miss and Mrs. John Admasof
weekend with her parents, Mr. Lillian"Stump and Mrs. Athens, Ga. spent the week-
and Mrs. Harry Mooty. A.S. Harrison were on a buy- end with Dr. and Mrs. 11.11. Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae
ing trip in Tampa on Sunday. Adams. Jr. and sons of Lake City were
visiting Mr.and Mrs.McRae Sr.
Inman Green underwent surgery -
and family on Sunday.
Tuesday of last week In i .
Alachua General Hospital.Lt. Harley and sons of Merritt

Island were visiting Mrs. Lon-
Kntuckv! Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spen- nie Harley over the weekend.Mr. .
gler attended a party at the

Arsenal Headquarters: In St. and Mrs. George Morri
Augustine last Thursday night son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mor-
J given by Peter P. Pearce, new rison, and Mr. and Mrs. Vir-
director of the Selective Ser- gil Morrison and families of .. chides
C } vice Board.: Leesburg spent the weekend ALLV8SAIL6 e
!i qtlt Peter Fancher m of Gaines with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison. NEW SPARK PLUGS- POINTS CONDENSER-
ville underwent surgery MondayIn '

Mrs. Malcomb Pownall had CL'EAN AIR CLEANER- AND CYIS..
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williamsof as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ROAD TEST.
Ormond Beach were visitingher Moore of Coataville. Pa.
; WASHINGTONS parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. last week and Mr. and Mrs.
r A. Colson, ove r the weekend. Thomas Pownall and family of

f Palm Bay last Thursday and. SALESMEN Eton Jortfart Jim Lawson .- Waller Alvarez
; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barnesof Friday.
} : a, Elizabeth, Tenn. were
BIRTHDAY .4 Monday visitors of Mrs. J.R. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wise
Kite. and children were visiting Mn.
Wise's brother and sister-in- STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
Mark Patray, son of Mr and law Dr. and Mrs. Aaron A.
sPECIALP Mrs. Don Patray, has enrolledat Hutcheson, in Clarksville,
Georgia Military College, Tenn. over the weekend.
Mllledgevllle. Ga. to continuehis
high school and Junior Col-

p/iA lege studies. THE BRADFORD I

G\\ERRY Mrs. Gene Ivey of Atlanta COUNTY TELEGRAPH; I

spent several days last week
II PublUKed every Thursday
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. *
I \ at 138 W. Call Strecf
J.E. Hardy. They were Joined
tee over the weekend by Mr. Ivey Starke, Florid. 3201Secorf

: and Miss Jayne Hardy The
elau po Ufe paid
Iveys are moving to Garland,
Texas this week where Mr. al starke. Florida U.S.301NORTH 1 PHONE 964-6000

Ivey has been transferred with
; la trade area: ".N per STARK B. FJ.OKHUWe
BARREL OF CHICKEN Mr. and Mrs. James F. Put- yr; a.7S .lx noath.
nam were recently visiting their
I' Satu day Sunday Monday son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Outside trade areas KMper f &
Are5 Authorized To Do Warrant Work On Plymouth Chrysfer
f'eb. 20. 21, 22l and Mrs. Jeffrey Jackson, In years a S3.M six month/ ,

Arlington, Va.
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tainers; the right to select 1- r
e tern. for the prison canteen; Parker Street Paving Okay'dParker
Complete freedom of movement }

(Con?d. from Page 1)u Jl. right within to designate the East placement Unit; the ; Street will be paved for the power plant U the rea- -Wilson also told the council -

,rifle shot) were fired hot of prisoners within the unit; from SR-230 to Its end the son the council Is hesitatingin he 1* Investigating a method
air, WUmrrlght said and to select custodial officers Starke City; Council decided asking bids on paving the of regroudng two power plant
assigned to the unit. Tuesday night but delayed callIng street. There U plenty; of money engines with epoxy glue, a method -
Three Highway Patrol troop- Director Wainwright who returned for bids until later In the right now to complete the that 1C successful, could
en received minor writ and to Tallahassee late budget year.Councilman. project, Clerk Merrill Edwards save the city: $1-10,000 per engine -
In scuffle with Billy Noegel The Council gave its. approval
hand Injuries Tuesday was expected backat rePOrted told the Council but said things
.'22 prisoner who had to bt the prison some time Wed that right-of-way has will tighten up later In the year. for Wilson to pursue
:dragged out of their celli In nesday. been promised or acquired for The clerk said the city's; fund that method.
,tile East Unit Tuesday.! They the entire length of Parkei balance are declining steadily -Agreed to purchase gas pipe
'were: H.R. WIggin of Starke, Street and that the city hal from previous levels. costing 3,300 from the power
:and T.M. Mack and C.L. WU. 0 1 1r almost enough funds budgeted But at Noegel' suggestion plant replacement and renewal
,hams, both of Lake City; Lt. $4,700 to pave It all the way the Council agreed to call forbids fund sine it will replace pipe
James White commander of Market. The council had first plannet on the project and to coordinate used on SR16. .
,the Marine Patrol unit from '4s to pave the portion between It with paving on SR- -Was told by Attorney George
Avon Park received a blow SR-230 and Wilson Road. But 16 which 1* expected within Pierce the city; has authority;
:on the arm from' an unknowr (Cont'd. from rage I U a delegation led by Mrs. James six weeks. At that time the or Jurisdiction to enforce building -
source, which Is believed tc elH Peterson protested that plan Council will see how the power electrical or plumbing
have broken his arm. who tried to repeal the law. two weeks ago, saying that 10 plant expenses) are coming, and codes on jobs being done In
Noegel also a city councilman -- -....- .; families on the south end of make a decision then whetherto the city; by governmental agencies
Hassfurder said Wednesdaj asked the legislators to the street deserved as much go ahead with the Parker with equal dignity. That
that the present status of the set a price on services the Gifts HomeThis consideration as those between Street paving.In effectively removes the city
Inmate council is In doubt a* county tax assessor and collector To Nursing SR-230 and Wilson Road. from demanding to have its
some of the officers the Inmates perform in assessing The city will go ahead with other action Tuesday night: electrical code met In the construction -
had elected to represent and collecting taxes for municipalities. stero and radio combination and 4-lic toaster were presented preparing the road for paving, -Engineer Ed Wilson reported of the addition to
them were among the"We defiant to the Starke Nursing Home by Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Tuesday. however. Llmerock will be he Is SO per cent completein Bradford High School by Brown
still locked up.
ones placed the road Construction Co., Gainesville
on ,
"Your nearly got us in s Funds for the grading preparing specifications for
will talk to them again. he gift were raised at the sorority's Holiday Ball, accordingto completed and the ditches where the city had stopped e-
said "when everything hay fight here a while," Noegel ago said.over that President Barbara 'Merman, right. Receiving the gifts Is Mrs. Gertrude Kau- pulled. one the power and two He engines promisedthe for lectrical work not performedby

cleared \up." thing Jerome Johns asked the del- (ffmort( nursing home administrator, Lois Clark, vice-president of the sorority, $5,000 per month in unbudgeted specification will be ready persona who posses a Cityof
He said that the Inmate demands egation to change the law on is at left expenditures for fuel within a month. :Starke electrical license.'
been expanded since
had small claims court so transactions -

the until lous.original they had meeting become last ridicu week 9300 can be as handled Involving the present, instead up law to of reads.$1.000 only 301 Meet. .[<
The Initial points Included It was termed a "worthy sug (Cont'd. from Page U I) IIUNIROYAL
such Items "conjugal visits"by gestion" by Rep. Shaw.
wives Inmates,and speed- the 4-lanIng of US-301. They All officials at the Tuesday
ed-up parole procedures. \.J"o"" !.Goop' indicate the project will help morning session Indicated they
\" \ Nassau by distributing 1-95 the
? : 5 RrnnEioiz favor completing 4-laning
llassfurder said that demands .. traffic throughout Nassau Coun- of US-301.
were later expanded to Include J't., <; ty by taking some off 1-95.
such things as: peanut butterIn $" "' Alachua County Commissioner
Jars Instead of plastic con- "r" .J So Chamber Manager John Sid Main said his county CASH CARRY TIRES
Myers and President Bud Ml- Intends to "cooperate I1" every i''d.
zell said, the prospect for way" This area dry up
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quickest action on 4-lanlng the If wedon't get this stretch four-
;.:tI' northern portion of 301 seemsto land" Martin said. 412 East Call SI. (Former Southern Marine Building) Phone 964-5800

: Bob the Saunders new federal Myers,law.and Martin: and Engineer Ward
; ; 1 both told of Dar plans to 4-
: Mlzell met with the DOT's Ward
lane SR-24 from the Sperry-
and Carl Huff of the DOT Plan-
I Rand plant to meet US-301 at
I ning Section after the Tuesday
Walda In the 73-74 budget year,
I session ended to go over aspects BUY
completing a four lane road
of the economic growth
I 1 ON ALL PURCHASES OVER $1.00 I center law. from connecting Starke Gainesville to Gainesville with US-and U N I ROYAL

As explained by Huff In the 301. NOW &
I meeting Tuesday morning the
1 THURS., FRI., SAT.MAR.. 4, 5, 6 I area economic must' growth be designated center by as 301 Taking promotional an active meeting part >In was the FA STRpI

Bob Saunders of
State Sen.
ONLY 1 Reubln Askew. If the area can SAVE
1 Gainesville. He said the pro-
be so designated and the pro-
1 ject approved by the Federal ject Is necessary to aid communities BELTED

1 II 1 MOVING FROM FORMER ALVAREZ I II 1 would Highway pay Commission 95 percent, of the con-US alleviate along the traffic US-301 load and on to COME

1-75. < '.
STORE TO struction costs. xi'A :

I I There Is $7.5 million appropriated "There Is a need now to \ ,. .,k ';. Jpriginal Equipment on some ofAmerica's
1 1 1I for the new program In Justify building the missing < ON IN!,
Florida: Huff said. links of 301," the senator .( $.5 finest cars.
CARROLLClothing Another stipulation Is that the toned group as Sec. Mueller Us't

I 1 US-30l must be an approved
federal system which It already "I believe\ If It Is ever to
1 is since it was built come about those interestedtold ? $
I with 50-50 federal-state matching vitally and who see the need i ', to 2195 1
& Shoe Store !I funds. must have unity; of effort to
reasonably expect to accomplish ,
1 The Chamber's next move the project." -
I will be to send a delegation FREE
1 118 WEST CALL ST. I Sec. Mueller told the group ; '
to Gov Askew to ask that the r S
the Dar simply doesn't have E78 14 Dual Wht. Wall
*!,. ,I area growth be,center.:designated President economic Mizell enough money to make the road 7 plus 2.3S Fed. Ex. Tn
e'I. I :say he hopes 301, project can system. work as U should.,*- ._,' T and worn,lire off:-yum; MOUNTING
New LocationOpens be the first'completed under "Our basic problem Is a money car. ,1.1
I 1I I the new law. He Indicated problem," Mueller said. lie
Tuesday the local chamber, said the seven cents per
I which has made the 3014-lanlng state gas tax was galIon
I March 1st I Its major project last year In the 40's and leaves the
: and now in 1971, will push with- operating under a financial base
1 out let up. over 20 years old.
Sea S S 55 5-S S S S S S S S
Before leaving the meeting
early, Mueller told the official
I "
Is they would hear "some GUARDIAN'
good news (301 south) and some .
not so good ((301 north) because NYLON CORD THE
15 It does nothing to meet your Ic\iE
Immediate objective" 4- r..,r.1I PlIoaII
Rep. Gene Shaw arrived late D..10,1......".c../
Tuesday after coming home 1\ r0\ N x11 r.l.r..a-11..1. ,.
from Tallahassee. lie promised r.u.rN..u
I RO"I ,
to "lend whatever support
can," and termed the project PRICED A3_LOW" A,... _
I "most Important to these counties 00
LITTLE and to all of us In Florida. $1195

Shaw also predicted the com-
ing session of the Florida leg
GIRLS I islature will see "as much as
2C additional gas tax. The IIw' :\."'-
House speaker pro tern said ; -:..;T.:
HAVE ::1. 7 G t this will ease rlght-of-way purchasing I II". .11 !..y"
infinite trust in t1' problems and give
cities something to build roads
their daddies. And loving daddies with.

do right by their little girls by INr:, rode Starke said Oil he thinks Dealer his John Indus To. GRIP Il

opening a trust account for them try will go with the Increaseon S TIll
gas tax If the funds are FABII "
savings that will see them through j"' used In the road system and "lIE

school-maybe even help with that j$ does of cities.not go Into operations WHEEL

inevitable trousseau. If you have a e The legislators were urged :
to reform the state archaic :=te
little girl, it's time to see us ', laws governing the purchase UNIRnvaL "",
about a trust account for her. ',i' of right-of-way. ::.:: :

Hearing. #'AS 50
r rry, $ 1
u (Cont'd. from Page I 1) 36i r: WEIGHTS\

Sen. Saunders said proposed J
abolishing the ratio study byllowze
& Associates and letting
the auditor general be the final pg
authority; who okays county; tax arm
rolls. ,He also said he look FK
for the legislature to replace r.e/ 1sag
10-mlll cap on mlllage. The M FLA S
y '' rt r i cap was recently ruled unconstitutional
Jy ? 1 by the state court.

., ;5'': J ;: In' other action at the hear- FREE FIXED

bounty Commissioner Eddie ,
,, Allen spoke of difficulty; poul-

t and trymen Water are having Pollution with Control an Air COFFEE! 00

Board regulation retiring
cinerators. No such Incinerator
exist, !Allen said.

Sen. Saunders' said he talkedto
OMSOUUt officials and they have promised
sow,nuns..-tOo....1 f.. to be more specific on '-
,.w.,-,......."'" ,." future equipment requirement CASH CUNIROYAL IRES
CI_....,. -Need for a disaster relieffund IDe
e SAVINGS N4D LOAN ASSOCIATION to help local area In time .
of a natural disaster such a*
-i the wind damage that struck 412 E. Cull St. Phone
... _.- last week was voiced I by IIM m're 964.5
--- Civil William Defense. 'Director Frank rpQ

-A ads for state a Csomto- first introduced t I t The rain tire & TIGEFt FXIWPrisora
missioner Allen.

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JV Cagers Go 15-3 Best Season In YearsBradford's the"People younger-who-generation-wonder where IH I 7010'-05

headed would do well to consider .
where It came from,"
JV basketballer 22 Held goals. Willie New- decided to go all out, and for- ber nabbed 13. followed with 12, while Able Score by quarters: 666
closed out their season with two some, the nights leading scor- get about our foul trouble. If Bradford had\ four men In hit for 11 and Barber for 10. Bradford 8 13 21 17 59 -- Ide
er, led the Tornadoes as he we fouled out, we fouled out." double figures. Willie New- The Live Oak 17 14 15 6 53
victories over the weekend 59- Pirates led <>''
were by = =Q!! : '' PS.I1J.
made seven of seven free Coach Jim Duncan said. some, me night's leading scorer u no 0 m
Live Wlndale
53 over Oak and 57-51 Foster's 14 and FrankAutry's
Fernandina.In throws.In Bradford: did go all out In made six field goals and FERNANDINGAME
over both, Bradford had to come the first quarter, Bradford the fourth quarter, as they ex- seven of seven free throw 12.Bradford had a good night Bradford Williams 5-1-11, NORTH FLORIDA
erted "a lot of man-to-man for 19 Alfonso Barber 5-0-10 Berry 4-4-12, I
points. Berry
opened up In typical man-
from behind late In the second from the line as the Tornadoes -
pressure, while making cru- Riherd 2-1-5, Newsome 67.19, I
to-man defense, while the Pirates hit 13 of 22 free throws
Music Show
Totals Country
half.Bradford's cial baskets. Duncan added. :
past two JV teams opened In a full court for 57 per cent. Fernandina
By the quarter Brad- With- 2:32: remaining In thagame Williams ,
won but five games together, made 7 of 15 for 47 per cent. Fernandina
In Abie Williams tied the Autry 4-4-12
ford held' a slim 17-13 lead. ,
while this year's team won three lat and 3rd Saturdays
Foster 6-2-14,
the second quarter however. game at 49all.At Rlcho 5-0-10,
times that number. the Pirates lull court press that point, "We were determined Newsome STATISTICSLIVE Jeklns 10.2, Paul 2-0.4, Mac UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
that they would have Intosh 2-1-5 Middleton 204.
LIVE OAK WIN began to pay off, as they
grabbed 30-29 lead with 32 to foul us." In the end Bradford Totals: 22-7-51.
Bradford closed out their season
In the half. won 57-51, while Willie Lead lV'sThe
seconds remaining Bradford Williams 8:00 P.M.
night a 59-53 7-3-17.
Newsome made six key free Score by quarters
Through the third quarter, :
Live Oak. Register 0-1-1 Barber rant COMB
victory over ; 8.2.181,
the Pirates dominated the throws in the final period. Bradford 17 12 9 19 57
In the first half, the Bull- Berry 1-2-4; Plherd 2-2-6 Davis -
boards and slowly extended ,"To me. If we get tied the : Fernandina 13 17 14 7 51
dogs applied a lot of man to kids have the confidence to 1971 Junior varsity cage 0-1-lj: Newsome 5-2-12,To-
their.lead, while Bradford got - - - - - - - - - - - -
man pressure, completely dominating Vernon team, the best In many a year tals, 231359. --------------
into serious foul trouble, forcIng win the ball game. Barber' -
the boards to at Bradford ended the
mountan High
early 17-8 lead ai the quar them Into a more conser- and excellent William's In rebounding season with a 15-3 mark. Live Oak Mixon 1-2-4; Per- NEW SHIPMENTCOLD
ter. By the half, Live Oak extended vative game. In the third quar-and fourth quarter.was Able had four Willie Newsomo led the Baby ry 7-3-17, Hankerson 6-0-12;
their led to 14 points ter both Vernon Barber Tornadoes in the scoring department Smltt 2-3-7; Randolf 3-5-11;
into the final
fouls going
Carl Rltierd had three quar-
3521. Sullivan 0-1-1. Totals
had ter. Able Just did an excellent with a 12.4 average. 19-14-52. HARDY
each while Able Williams PLANTS
In the second half, the Tor- Able Williams followed with
4. At the end of the quarter, job. II
nadoes followed their trend of an 11.7 scoring average while .
Fernandina led 44-38. Williams led Bradford In rebounding ------ ---- -- -- -
past games as they came roarIng Vernon Barber averaged 10.4.
with 14. while Bar- Debaters3rd
"In the fourth we I
quarter Bloom'
back to tie the Bulldogs 40- Williams was the Baby Red S t' Bud And
all, with 1:18 remaining in the cagers' leading rebounder with :... \ GERANIUMS39c I JUNIPERS
third quarter. From then on, 11.7 per game. Vernon Barber InDistrict .<\ From $1.49
the belonged to the Tornadoes BHS Almost had 8.7 rebounds -- While They Lent '
game ( ) per gime. = ,_ __ __ "
?as they extended their Newjome, the leading scor- "-
!cad to 7.BradCord. er and a fine sophomore floor \ iiLajt\ ----- --- I CamGai. t.t!
had three men In man and !ball handler, and Williams .
100% Rated
Dehy fI
double figures. Vernon Barber, the leading rebounder. I /
the nights leading hit have been moved to the A team of E. C.
scorer Does It up four Bradford High 5 LB. 89 COW MANURE ;
for 18 while nab!>lru 12 re- AgainBradford varsity squad for the season debaters finished third against ,
bounds. Able Williams, w'to' led ending tournaments.This eight teams from surrounding 10 Lb. 1.49 No Peat or Sand Mixed CAMELLIASServeral tJ."l

Bradford's rebounding effort year's JV team aver- counties in the District n com- 25 LB.2.39 I. : SOIbs Reg. 2.79 .......1.99 Colors
with 15 hit on 17, while Willie aged 46.5 points per gamo and petition in the annual Florida f Newsamo had 12. almost won Its the Bulldogs took the lead for grabbed an average of 36 re- Forensics Speech Tournamentin S'orUse rr// 25lbs. Reg 1.591.09 From ........-.-1.99
Though Live Oak's 67 per second victory Saturday nightas the final time/ on the basket bound Palalka Saturday Feb 13. 11.-.1..'.. 1'I lOlbs. Reg. 99c .-..... .69c'i ,
cent from the charity line was by Eugene Bailey.
closed out their regular -
they -
better thin: Bradford's 54 per season of play with Live Tim Murphy was the nights Rebecca McMillan and Joe F-lA--PE-A-T------- ] GOLD TIP ABORUITAE
cent, Bradford's 41 per cent leading scorer with 20. Brad- Scanlan debated the negative I
from the floor was the decid- Oak.The: Tornadoes came from ford had two other mon In dou- Doug DickeyTo side while DoM Christopherand J From1.99 1

ing difference. behind in the fourth quarterand ble figures Malachi Henry with Kathy Faulkner took the Bu. .-......-sac. t--------
were leading in the final 15 and Charles Wright with affirmative side. The proposition 5 BU. 2.35 /r 111 I, MAGNOLIA SAULANGE !!
FRIDAY'S VICTORY; seconds but Eugene: Bailey concerned the pollution -.{ ; I ....... .. .. t tK
11.Bob Fragrant 4.99
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Friday night Bradford's JV ended all hopes of an upset as Morgan led the visitors BHS GriddersDoug question; the question was"How lOBu. 6.00 v : : ,', L-
won Its 14th of th e season his basket with 3 seconds on with 19 while Eugene Bailey can oar physical environmentbest ; 'S'.s : '
57-51 in a como from behind clock the Bulldogs aW51 added 16.Bradford. be contro'led and deve- ., 4GARDE,
victory over the Fermndlna the! : I victory.gave made 75 per cent Dickey, head football loped" J: :;;: From .--......1.49
Pirates.In first half Tim of its free throws but this amounted -- _
the end Bradford's free Throughout the t to only two points. coach at the University of Florida Both tho affirmative and '" PYRA'CANTHAWfuNDATTdnT
Murphy kept Bradford close. will address Bradford negative yA 'gyp /( !; var. :
throw shooting made the difference In the first quarter Live Oak The Bulldogs on the other hand, their tca.ns scored a win in 1.49 .
and -
as both teams hit on 13-6 lead but behind made 17 points. Bradford againas High grUMers the three round match.Present .:;;
opened a at the annual football) ban- f'
closedthe In so many of this seasons r D I
Murphey' quet next Wednesday, Feb. 24.
gap to 23-20 at the half. games, lost at the charity line. A former Gator quarterback, to see the competition I From .....1.89 .
had 10 of Bradford's Bradford made 22 held goals __
I Murphy Dickey returned to his alma from Bradford County e _
i 20 points in the first half. while Live Oak had 18 for the mater as head coach for the were Col. and Mrs. Joseph :
I I Malachi Henry led the Tornadoes night. 1970 season leading the Gatorsto Scanlan; and Mrs. M.G. Mc 'EST"GarJen.ilurser r
In the third quarter, FERNANDINA GAME a 7-4 mirk. lie is former Midas, parents of team mem-
but it was Tim Murphy's!\ basket head football coach of the University bers; Roxie Hodrlgue. : back up a
Bradford lost it's second con- Jar
with one second remainingIn of Tennessee where team member! and research ONTROI
: I the third period, that tied sective gamo at the hands of his teams established an out- sistant for the affirmative team; C enter-r I
the Fernandina Pirates in Fer :
the game 34 all. standing record. Jeanine Gay, Mrs. Julie Ful- set Y
Only 338 remained in the nandlna Friday night. The banquet will begin at ler, debate team coach, and 539' K. Call I I \ !
the first period of SUPPLIES
Through AND PET :
: game when Bradford took the !\ Brad 7 p.m. In the Bradford High her husband, B.J. Fuller. Phone 964-5745
lead for the first time. From play, Tim Murphy kept School Cafeteria.
then on the lead changed hands ford In the game. Outcome of
Charley' back and forth. Henry's free the game was never In question
after the first five mIn- ____ __ __ _
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E. tied the gamo 51-all. utes. At the half, Fernandina
With 10 seconds showing In led 3321.In .
Jaw the clock, a foul was charged"to the second half, the Pir- BYCarrier
Murphy he drove In for ates slowlv extended thftlrlMri' CENTRAL COMFORT
", the' basket. On 'the foul,' Live At the quarter the pirates led I
About Thla Question: Oak got the ball and with 3 by 13 points 46-33. In the final
seconds showing on the clock, period the Pirates continued to
extend their lead, until at the I I II
"I like your Mi ')tle Homeowner end of the game, the Pirateswon
Policy that covers the horns, by 18 points, 67-49. I I II
and:! equipment and personal)boloiijjings I II
including theft and DR. D. W. WHIFFEN LIVE OAK GAME I r''
jeraivil liability. Is Collision fI
proleotloi! also available for a Braoiord Johns 1-1-3, .
trip or year-rond coverage?" Announces he Is now in Wright 4-3-11, McGee 1-0-2 I I II ..'.
Henry 6-3-15 Murphy 10-0-
his new offices.
Charley E. 20. Totals 22-7-51. H
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Carelei mistakes continue BANTAM TITLE is a meeting of team "

to bow up en Income te* re- Starke Builders Supplies won managers who are planning to 1 1I Starke Is WISHBONE Country
turni. Apparently, people are enter a team in the Mon's I
the 1971 Bantam basketball
ahead of the form lOCO when Recreation Softball League, tonight TF;
Champloiuhlp, but It wasn'tdeclded
It comes to jetting simpler. Thursday, Feb. 18, 7:30
until of
the final
I games p.m., at the Recreation Depart-
the season. OUR
Builders lost their last game to enter ,
301DRIVEI If you plan a team,
to Conner Insurance and If
please be present or have I i'i' e
Goodman Standard 011 had won representative tveniThn r d"9 CHICKEN SNACK BOX :
Its last game, the two would *
have been tied. But Goodman ,,, &i1 A,
N lost its game to Koch (Drugs, BANTAM BASEBALL ; r
36-34. t Includes: I

Show Begins At Sundown Goodman and Conner are now Registration for the Bantam 2 pieces of delicious juicy chicken
tied for second place and were Baseball Program began Mon- WinnerOn.
Speech I of homemade coleslaw -
scheduled to have played Tuesday day, Feb. 15. generous serving 79
FrI., Sat. Feb. 19, 20 Feb. 16. Beautiful trophieswill All boys, ages 10,11,12. who I tasty tritatorhot buttered I
be presented to sponsors plan to play this season should '
Y young lady who know what .n* s talking a- bread--------------------
of the winner and runner-up register as soon as poulbleoat I
of the league. the Pratt Street Center. The bout I II Rebecca McMillan winner of' the American

FINAL STANDINGS: Builders Center Is open Monday-Friday,. Legion Post 56 onnual National High School orator.

7-5, Goodman & Conner 6-6, 3:30 5:30 p.m. Practice sessions scot Contest. OURSHRIMP

Koch 5-7. will begin March 1, 1971. Bryce Titus, Post 56 contest chairman, presents SNACK BOX

Mitt McMillan certificate as winner. Mitt McMillan

+ GATORS LEAD was scheduled to represent Post 56 in the district

SMALL FRY Florida StarTournament American Legion contest in Gainesville this week. Includes:

After six games the Gators Competing with Mitt McMillan were Dona Christopher 6 golden fried shrimp generous

are leading the Seminoles 4- Cathy Faulkner, Shirley Johnson, Walter Pre- servings of homemade coleslaw 79
2, in the Small Fry Basketball vatt.
League. Set Tonight Rebecca an honor student at BHS, it the dough. tasty tritatorhot buttered bread---

Monday, Feb. 15, saw the Ga ter af Mr. and Mrt. Merrill McMillan of. Starke.
tors take the Seminoles 20-
16. Stuart Rayburn was the high Bradford High cagers will be ----------------I
man for the Gntort as he put pitted against league champion r i iI Come .
CAMERON MITCHELL __ six points on the boards. He Fernandlna Beach In the first INDIAN BEACH {
was helped out by Clay Gil- round of the Florida Star Conference -
... with 4. Alex Cardenas j'I ,
hooly Basketball Tournamentset
'W WE\:-R QUS E R SiB (Lake Sail Fe) I
4, Chuck Register 4, and Tim- in Orange Park tonight, I ls\\\\(
.,....- my Cissy 2. Friday, and Saturday, Feb. 18- B,: Michael H. CIIJU7PIaoIMI Ue; Fried Chicken
BRUCE DEAN w The Seminoles' were led by 475-1M2

DIANE LIYM.JACNtCHOLSON LADD. Jeff Norman with R, Jerry Bla- 20.The Tornadoes, who trail the
lock 5, Doug Reddish 2, Jimmy; league, will face the tough PIrates Howdy friends it's good to Mrs. Nora Mathls! of Jasper,
/,. ii Harper 2, and Hubert Lewis 1. who have beaten BUS be back with you first-hand has spent the last weekends 236 SOUTH I TEMPLE (SOUTH 301))
11 IY.WNM..........n'......._ The Small Fry play each Monday easily two times this season, again. We had our house pretty with her daughter and son-in-
and Wednesday afternoons at 5:30 this afternoon. Shouldthe well torn up last weekend, law, Vera and Fred Swearingen. Starke Wishbone Florida
PLUS at the Recreation Department. Tornadoes defeat Fernan- putting down carpet In Granny During the weeks she has ( Country)
dina In the first round, they Copeland's bedroom. Since been visiting her son, Maxie
MEN'S' LEAGUEThe will play the winner of the my desk stays in her room,and Mathls, and family in Gaines- -
Palatka-Orange Park game it naturally had to be moved ville.
THEIR FORM 'fe Mon's League Is rolling Friday night.Fernandina. out. I couldn't get to it. Therefore It looks like the bad weather
HUMWMTwnrHAVE along with the two top teams. was first in the I was unable to writea kept most people In, and therewasn't FRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAYi
Badcock Furniture and Draw conference, Clay High was sec- column. Due to certain circumstances much news again this
CROSSED Tit setting down their opponents ond Live Oak and Orange Park my news didn't week. So till next seek, may the
DYd.- with ease.Wednesday tied for third place, Palatka get printed two weeks ago, so good Lord bless and keep you
Feb. 10. Badcockhad : was fifth, St. Augustine sixth, that was what you read last all...
little trouble with Town Bolles seventh, and Bradford week. Clear as mud right?
Finance had some hot shoot- High eighth. I guess I better bring you
n Finance, as they walked away, up-to-date on the sick folks
94-64. Harold Bishop with 20 first. A.B. Howard of Starke
the AK RIx points and John Watson 18, led Pack 513 went home for good last week,
Badcock. Badcock: put five me.i after returning to Alachua Gen-
in double gurel. AwardWinners eral Hospital for his second:
Town Finance had some hot operation, and is now recou-
shooters but not enough. Rick perating nicely. Buddy Ellis I, ; ?
Webb was high with 27 points of Gainesville was transferred I
while Bill Foister threw in 16. Over 20 scouts from Cub from Alachua General to the

Pack 513 won awards at the Medical Center last week for O
wllfa/x. !M..IM.IrRN N. STANDINGS: Badcock 4-1. January meeting held In the tests, and then went home for s
Draw Tlte 4-1, Town Finance Southside Elementary cafeteria. a few days. He was to-return
Do1EE 1-4. Kitchen Tile 14. to the Medical Center this week
SCHEDULEi WED.. FEB. 24- Todd Hicks and David Gar for more tests. My parents,
[ WITCHMUEI ii.-rn., !"_*. .,...-... 7:30 Draw Tlte Vs Kitchens ,, land won bobcat awards and James and Cricket visited the ,' '' y',
ALHbttfM fr'Wl'Mtfbwf.* *...0(+11' *+4 reed Tile; 9 p.m.d'ownfinance: vs Curtis Davis took the wolf a- sick several nights last week.

I I Badcock. iSENIOR ward. vWebelos, Monday night, we were visited 8Mt8 QI

Sun., Mon., Feb. 21, 22 activity badges _represented by Wayne's boss and his fam- i
LEAGUEThe Terry Mundorff,travelers ily, Kenneth and Shi rley Reeves,
ADMISSION $1.00 ; Bobby Rehberg, showman and daughter Kim of Melrose,

18 Years and Mod Squad and the Bold and Wayne Sapp, sports who own Melrose Hardware
up, and !Mama and I
Ones continuo to lead the league man forester. Store. Tuesday night,
Denner and assistant denner Granny Copeland attended a KROEHLERJumbo
Starts at 7:15: with 3-1 records.
Feb. 9. the Bold awards tin that order) were baby shower for my cousin,
Tuesday, Recliner .- 1 .
NM 6I.IU'''' ,1lWh Ones breezed pest the Rebels presented: Mrs. Barbara Sullivan In t I ifl

Elliab'bylloll": h 86-58, behind the 38 points Den Johnny Coolsby,Craig Gainesville.Ed Roomy pillow back. 4J4" full foam seat. Allover +r% j1
of David McRae. The game Bryan. and Wessle Saxon and :rY +
textured expanded plastic cover. Brown : 11111i
close after the first Den 2Del Griffls. Scott Ro- boys Eddie and Timmy of
ms never berts. Thurs- olive oxblood, tan. ,, i
quarter ended 1413. Halftime Hampton picked me up III (I
WaunraraBeatty score was 47-23. Doraile Burch Den 3Bud Canova, Dwnyne day night, and we went to a
helped with 21 points and Dale Baldwin. Bear- Nelson Green. Skating Party along with around REGULAR $118.00 .. 1111 I
Johns had 10 points. John Pow- Den 4- Randy Blankenshlp, 60 other young folks from
.n ell had 21 points Gray Flynn Wayne Ferguson. Hampton Baptist Church. We
TJte" 19, and David Alvarez's 10 led Den 5Corey Brown, Ronald all had a ball watching the $ 95
the Rebels. Pearson. others inspect the wood the
Only The Mod Squad spent Flve-O Den 6Jay Faulkner Gene floor was constructed of.I guess
Game down to its fourth straight loss Joyner. it passed I didn't see anyone go
InTtowra as they won 77-85. Kent Grau- Den 7Ray Cooper, Michael through. Not even ole R.M.C., 99
,yam <<1mOl&.l' don with 30 points and Doug Andrews and believe me, this person NOW i
.''J'1 I LJ Brown with 21 led the ModSquad. Den 8Jeff Wainwright Jim really gave it a close and I MJ4 I .IRC
Edward Knight was high! Tomllnson. hard check-up. Right, R.M.C.?
PLUS for the losers with 24 points. Dewey McKinney turned over Joyce Barton visited her
the rank of Cubmaster to Wayne sister Lou Lovell of Starke,
Starts at 9:30: STANDINGS:; ;: Mod Squad & Mundo>rtt. McKinney, who will in the Medical Center Friday

THE FIRST Bold Ones 3-1, Rebels 2-2, serve as chairman of the Pack night. Lou Is still awaiting a
Flve-O 0-4. Committee, was presented a kidney transplant.
gold plaque and a scroll bearIng Mrs. Owen Bryant visited
OF THESHOCK the signatures of all the her daughter Mrs. Lagrasse
cub scouts. and family In Gainesville last
How can we expect 1971 to Theme for the February Sunday"
Russ Meyer promised \to make try very hard when even its meeting is"Our American Her- Mr. and Mrs. David Reid I ..lreRC
most optimistic boosters say itage." The meeting Is set and sons, Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
the .
craziest funniest it wont be as good as 1972? Thursday, Feb. 25, atSouthslde Lorimier. and Mrs. Helen Walker '
the farthest out Elementary. all from Jacksonville, and 1QC 04PR I OIq OagCROCKERRECLINER

MusicalHorrorSexComedyever released.He Dolph and Shirley Reddish'and PLATFORM ROCKER MODERN RECLINER MAMMOTH RECUNER TV RECLINER yJfJJ
family of were visiting
has succeed: Mr. and Mrs. D.W Carpenter 3-way Raclinar. blicuit Unbaliavably comfortable Attached pillow. back, rdM .lw ttylad. Diamond Boxed foam _to Waltadfootrart.
-Iw_$K a4 L FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays last Sunday. Mrs. Car- tuh.d pillow beck box- .With SH"foam ...t, lad arm, foam ovar "prlngtaat. tufted back, rolled....* Button tufted
penter spent Monday and Tues id pleated foam Mat. 100%' nylon fact pile Huvy ."ned'OO% and TV machanlim. Ex ch...... _Ie. Ralnforead: I
day with the Rends in Jacksonville Scotch gird tweed fabcoven end ihraddad Naugahyda covar. Black, pan did plaitio covar. Avail'. vinyl oovar. Olive, black
7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: ric, olive and gold. foam back. Choice of ollva, oXblood. aUaln 5 colon. gold, cranga..
During our storm Sunday a S colon.

week ago, the wind blew ChickHurst's RE Q. $9995 RED. $44.88 REO. $8888 REG. $6996, REO.$4996
FRI., SAT., SUN. FEB. 19, 20 21 little house down wherehe 1

1 stores Ms fishing gear, and '88 $3988 $79 8 $5588 47"
/ ADMISSIONAll scattered rods, reels, motors, NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW

Adults etc., all over the yard. We've
/ Children 75c Students & $1.00
really been having some wild WE GUARANTEE ..
weather this Winter. SATISFACTION.

Get with the cats who know where It'. at Frances Hurst Clarabelle Delmonico
Alderman the weekend In CONSOLE STEREO
spent PHONO
.. .for fun, music and adventure! Tampa and toured Busch Gar-

dens. with AM/FM/ RADIO
J WALT DISNEY Robert Lanler'i grandfather,
pr.ctIsus B.C. LanIer, who was 81, was flIrPii COLOR TV e Saparati bau and trabla -
buried last weekend in Metter, controU
I ARI S1 CATS Ca., sympathy Is extended to (measured diagonally) e 4-fpaad deluxe BSR
this family. e 102 tquara Inches changir 1
4L't e Automatic color control e Ceramic cartridge I -s
with diamond ....
e 82 channel racalvarPraMt n.
/ t Jack and Lou Miller and .
d e Paean. flnlth
e fine tuning
+ o daughter, Joan,and Nancy Nickel _
)son spent last weekend In RED. 8299. ae"muBci'ra
Charleston S.C.with Lou's sis MHT NOW $18895 COMPARE AT $199.95
ter and brother-in-law, Nell
and Don Thorn, and family.

.. While there Jack toured a submarine -
and they all visited

A PURR.feCTLY the old Slave Market, and other LcckHOME
Ise "" --..S 1 r 1 ilWONDERFUL} NEW slghU. They all ate dinner at
j This s not a tequet- '' ':i\J CARTOON FEATURE The Trawler, a famous seafood
, restaurant one day also. On the
them tat MVIT been anything tike itoour
I a.l.
' r..D robed.. visited Jack's brother, W.R. FURNISHING CENTERS
KM/mills' m*/HMOI .mowjam PLUS Miller and In Brunswick
u at amia Room>nut MM Ga. Milton Griffin' a student J
_w'OI,_'MM_ipiM.Mi am
at Lake City Junior Col
.ADae / CoD1It:11Ia": WAIT VL.J. de 0J0IaB TECH-1COl0R'! lege, came home with T.C. = ---.o- __ :::: ._.._ _
--"- C DISNEY for the weekend. T.C. Is also :;;::. ; '\.:
-::'=_.:._=G.t Vdlluaal. '--RU, aa .,... --J a Student at L.C.J.C.. studying
t -- to be a forester. ..-
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By: EB>. Blanchird structed on the Donald Wllkl- Notice I Ie hereby ,,l Ivan that
und.niltneiJ has fll ifinal
son farm near Lawtey not on the (

SURPRISE PARTY Feb 24, and Saturday, Feb. 27, R.E. (Bob) Edmn.idson, for- CHURCH ACTIVITIES in Starke. the Benney Wilkison farm as .rt the.accounting.dmlni."tr h..tlnn. eomplnt of l in.-
mer administrator of the Bradford reported In the Feb 11 issue o"'t.t'',
at 7:30: p.m.Sweetheart. Mr. and Mrs. Maines Grtffls her that after pabllcn,
Grace United Methodist Sunday
County Hospital, has applied : of the Telegraph. "Iv..n .,
Marian Thornton had the Binquet: The School 9:45 and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlf- tlon of thin notice one hwe.k
for that at the : a.m., Worship
gurpH of his life last Sun- young people reported a wonderful position fis and their families of Pal- z Non-professionals may fce- for four eon.eru4lveweek.
services 11 and 7:30 will be
Unlo.1 General Hospital, a.m. p.m., I .. dDpllCBtlon
day .night after church when time at the Sweetheart new MVF 6 p.m. Wednesday Choir atka spent Sunday with Mrs. gln auditioning at 10 a.m. Sat- male; to the )llonnrable, County
all the teenagers stormed Into Banquet last Saturday night, now nearing completion. Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy 4, not on Friday Judge of tol'I Hrnilfnrd; <'aunty
practice 6 p.m., Prayer Meet- npiiroval I' I of iwitdoccountlnit
April 23 as reported in the FIor1An
his-house to wish him hap and they are already looking ing 7:30.: Boch and Lynn anil for final dlii-'
py blrUiday.? Games were forward Valentine day. W.B. (BUI) Thom'lSL chairman Mr. and Mrs. Randal Bradleyand Feb. 11 issue charge of the "n ...1..d. Oh.
played then his mother, Mrs. (Wonder who will be the next : of the Board of Trustees Church Of God: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Dear! Bradley The Telegraph apologizes for wIthr..nehCa Joe-lion. If any.Court.. nhoiilrt Julian lie tiled M.

Inutile Thornton served a Queen. Hear that Susan Faulkner of the nee Union County facility 10 a.m., Worship servles 11 t and son Jamie of Jacksonville Starke GirlIs the error. O Aamlnimrator ot

beautiful cake decorated In daughter of Mr. and Mrs. said that the position of a.m. and 7 p.m. Family Night were Sunday visitors of ul'l. ftatatn. M.. OreonerUa'io .
the shape agultar, Ice cream, Paul Faulkner, won last Satur- administrator might not bs' act- Wednesday 7 p.m YPE Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Bradley. RunnerupFor Julian: Greene.tV.dalelr1::
drinks sandwiches, and potato day night Very happy for you, ed on for several weeks yet. day 7 p.m.Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce ? ? ol the 1.t..
chips. So, Marian, be prepared Susan. gave a family dinner honoring SJRJC Title I "\io'ira 11.' lOTnhed/ : .511
: next year (fthothhfppen Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks and Baptist: Sunday their son Eddie who expectsto jjjj t16l\

may again)! Mrs. Barnes ware visiting Lucille Edmondson administered the School 9:43: a.m.. Worship ser- leave Wednesday for Okinawa. Miss Marilyn Patterson, .:

Lovell in the Gainesville Bradford County hospital from vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Members of the family daghter of Mr. and Mrs. R.B. e e
PINEf; LEVEL CHURCH hospital Sunday. The prayers its opening in 19S5 to 1967 whenhe Meeting' Wednesday 7 p.m. attending were Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Jr., of Starke, was rr
ELECTS OFFICERS have really been answered, for requested a leave of absence followed by chilr practice. Robert Carlton and sons of tied for third runer-up hon- Thanks to the Supreme
Officers for the coming year she on: the mend and looking for for a rest. Since then Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ors In the recant"l\hBlSJnJC" Court, the voting cg' question
were-recently elected at Pine ward to her klndey transplant. he has been residing at his Friends will be pleased to Lindsey and son of Gainesville, contest at St. Joins:! River has now been clarified into
Level and to my surprise I was Carton Sapp has been con- homo In Northcaroltna, and has note that Mrs. Melvin Prlvett George Cruce of Gainesville Jmlor College Palatka. She: < a state of extreme confusion.
elected publicity chairman. So fined to bed with flu. also filled vispltal-related positions : is recuperating at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cruce and wis u. 1ble to attend the cor-
If anyone has any news please It seems so good to always in other states. Mr. and Mrs. George Privett son of Jacksonville, N.C., Gene onation ceremonies, however,
call 964-6139 and pray for mo as have Bro. (Hall in church withus. after several days In the hospital Duncan and daughter Clinton, due to Injuries sustained in a

I try'Co do'my best Also his brother and son- undergoing surgery. S.C., Mrs. Emory Duncan and recent automobile accident.! She Maxville
Special Speaker: We are all in-law Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Thomas said the Unlo.i County Mrs. Mamie Futch recentlyhad children, and Mr. and Mrs. FA.VIT. .'lu'x'
was:: sponsored by Truck
looking forward to hearing and Murrhee of Milliard who were hospital might not be com- surgery in Baptist Memorial V.L. Starling and family of a student organization. Stop andRestaurant
seeing this boy demonstrate visiting him.Thought pleted before May, although It Hospital, Jacksonville.She Lawtey.
for the week: When was sctioJ'i'ed! :jo be completed Her Miss Elizabeth Terry was
and karate for Christ. It is Improving slowly.
will be something I don't think God puts a tear in your eye, last N'venIJ,3r.: ? Ho slid the friends are offering prayers Thursday overnight guest of First ruiner-upln the queen'scourt J & S Management
trustees also have "m:?.,, wis Miss Dana Hayes,
anyone will ever forget. So it's because he wants to puta for her. Mrs. C.C. Strickland in Gainesville Open 21 lira. -
of Robert Hayes,
please try to attend Wednesday, rainbow In your heart problems Mrs. Willie Dobbs entered and on Thursday evening of daughter Keystone Heights. She was Jally tj .
St. Vincent Hospital in Jacksonville attended a party at Alachua cut o
Phi Beta Lambda Ample
sponsored by Parking1'iyit
;PUBLIC NOTICE on Sunday for surgery, General Hospital at w'llch! tlmu IOVKK-LY; Polished j
:;. Measuring Service AvailableFor She has the prayers and best Mrs. Strickland was awardeda fraternity ton in a perk paper. doll !' Oar) rom Shop

Notice is hereby given that wishes of her friends. 25 year pin for continuous print outfits (the/ miniature Call 289-5111 For Take Out
Wise service In !New Born Nursery.; Miss Suzanne Perrltt daughter for pln\ time
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph peasant or Jet. :.101 & 22SMa
Florida Department
the Farm Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huett o! Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Per- party-hopping In reel white,.
Program ParticipantsProducers and In OPP. Ala. on
sons were
Transportation, District Two, Sunday where they enjoyed a and son Jerry of Tallahasseewere rltt, of O.-aoje Park, won the and blue the dress is bv \ !\I;\i/le/ Florida ff
will hold a public hearing concerning who plan to parti- title of Queen. Joseph Love
the Five-Year Construction "Guessing about acreage can family dinner celebrating the visiting her parents, Mr.
Plan of the Department cipate in the 1971 Feed Grain cost the farmer money throughundorplanting" anniversary of his father, W.J. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs over the
Program may save money by weekend.Mr. .
Carver said Wise.
.or Transportation for the -
requesting measurement service and Mrs. Maxie -
beginning July l, 1971 "Acreage measurement takes Mr. and Mrs. Otis Boyett of Reddish 4 - -
June 30( 1976. This from their county Agri- the guessing out", Lake City spent Sunday with Mr. sons Donald and ]sandal of the j
through hearing will be held on the cultural Stabllzatlon and Con He pointed out that after a and Mrs. O.J. Hoyett and fam State Farm and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore's Gulf Service Station
servation Service Office according producer has certified his crop Robert McClellan and son Jeff t A
of March, 1971. In the
5th day ily.A
Hall North First to Warren Carver acres and set-aside acres he Valentine party was given of Starke spent Sunday with
V.F.W.Street across on from City Hall County Executive Director. cannot mike changes in order Saturday afternoon at the skating Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan. | Under New Ownership

In Lake City, Florida. He urged farmers to put in to comply with program ;pro; rink for kindergarten Mrs. Hester Ilicks was visitIng -
their requests for measurement 6th classes Mrs. Cora Hodges in Jacksonville
This hearing Is being Held 1 visions. If a spot check reveals through grade 'i
consideration to the service as soon as pos- an error, a penalty may of Grace United Methodist Sun- a few days last week '
to give of chan- sible in order to be assured be assessed. Spot checks are day School. In charge of refreshments On Thursday Mrs. O.J. Anders ,
necessity any of early service. M.-s. Truby and Mrs. Glen Shuford joined I
mide: each year on a substan- were
included to
be ges included to projects in said five-year or The ASCS office makes a tial number of farms partici- Wainwright, Mrs. O.J. Boyett them in giving Mrs. Marian NoWDEPOE'S ,; .*<
charge for the measurement in Ms. Arthur Gaskins, Mrs.John Mars dinner at the Red Lob- { y
construction plan, and to hear pating voluntary program:
to service sufficient to cover costsof Measurement services Dempsey, and Mrs. Richard ster Restaurant In celebratingher +
requests for new projects are
be added to, or) existing pro- the field and office work. also available for farmers who Carter. 28 children had a birthday anniversary. Mrs. {
(Hicks returned her home
"In to time. to
proportion possible sav- grand
jects:'to be deleted from, said may grow flue-cured tobacco.
ings to the farmers, the mod- Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mr. with M.-s. Shuford. |
five-year construction; plan. est charge is well worth It," Measurement service shouldbe and Mrs. Llnburg Tanner of Mr. and Mrs. H.F.. Priest
Counties within the said Dis- requested at'the County ASCS Mr. and Mrs. Gulf Service Station
said Carver. Brunswick Ga. were visiting ware visiting |
trict Two: have been requested Office. Complete details about
Under Sat R. Summorlin In Lake
the voluntary programs Mss Elizabeth Terry on George ,
to review their proposed Secondary the service and the
Budget on this date at acreage, a he farmer has planted certifies wheat the, It, plus full information charge about for urday relatives evening. in They the had vaclnlty visited City Mr.on and Sunday.Mrs. Jesse Ricks j'j Cor. Madison & Court St. On 301 tt.' .... ii'": '
appointed times farm ;
the following : feed grain cotton, and set- program compliance provisions and had supper with M:. and and son of Starke were visit- Phone "\ 4
Columbia County 8.00 A.M. 964-8142
Bradford County 8:30:: A.M. aside. Failure to certify to the are available. Mrs. Benton Futch and family Ing Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .
exact da voted to each Barnes on Sunday.
Clay County 9OOA.M.: ( I D. L. DePoe Owner
crop and land use can resultin Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hitch ,
Union County 9:30: ( A.M. reductions in visited Mrs. Mamie Futch in

Baker Nassau County County 10:30AM 10OOA.M.: otherwise earned under payments the 25 Per Cent Of Bradford Income Baptist Memorial. Hospital,

Duval Alachua County County 11:00 11:30: ( A.M.A.M. farm However programs, if .the acreage has Jacksonville Farley Austin on Sunday.of :M.ixvllle Thursday, February 18, 1971

Madison County 1 1:00: P.M. been staked by an ASCS repor- Comes From Government Dollars was visiting Mr. and Sirs Lee
ter prior to planting or priorto R. Green on Sunday.
Taylor County 1 1:30: P.M. the certification date, the Dale Thompson, daughter We Will GiveDOUBLE
Lafayette County 2OOP.M.:( farmer has assurance he will How big a part do govern- study were payments of wages Rochelle, and son Dan, and his
Dixie County 2:30: P.M. be able to make precise certi- m3nt dollars--Federal, state and salaries to people on gov- brother Gary Thompson of
Gllchrlst County 3:00PM. fication. and local -- play in the financial ernment payrolls the amounts Flndley O.iio were visiting Mr.

Levy County 330 P.M. If his acreage Is staked before affairs of Bradford County going to those receiving social and Mrs. L.S. Tanner, Mrs. JW
Hamilton County f(IF *:00 P.M. planting, heneed, only stay with residents? How much of their security benefits and outlaysfor Daisy Thomson'l1nd other relatives
Suwannee 4:30 P.M.
: personal income/ comes from unemployment compensation -
in the staked areas to assure during the) past week.
This public hearing is being compliance with the program.If these sources? pensions, interest and While they ware here Mr.
held pursuant to Section 334.21 his acreage is measured Based on a state-by-state public assistance. and Mrs. M.M. Jordan gavea GREEN
of the Florida Statutes passedin after planting and before certification analysis by the Tax Foundation spaghetti supper for them. S & H Green Stamps STAMP'SStarting
the 1969 Regular Session of he still will have tim of data recently released by the For Bradford County, apply- Attending were Buddy Thompson
the Florida State Legislature. to make: changes to comply fully U.S. Office of Business Economics ing the state average locally, and daughter of Starke
with the program. \ about 24.6 per cent of the 24.6 cents consists of Fed-1S.O Larry Anderson of Orange Park ON THE FOLLOWING
James D. W-ird The ASCS measurement ser- each dollar of income in Brad- cents received from the and PFC Howard Anderson,
District Engineer vice provides for staking both ford County's area Is from eral government and 8.6 cents Fort Bragg, N.C.
Florida Department aCTransportation the land to be planted to the public funds. It came to ap- from state and local agencies. Mrs. A.C. KIrkland and Mr. Washing Car Tire Repairs

program crops and the land proximately $6,318,000, after Statesas and Mrs A.C. KIrkland Jr.
It which is to be set aside from taxes. In 1969. Throughout the United spent the weekend with Mr Oil Change Setting Headlights
a whole, 21.7 cents of every
crop production. Taken into account In the and Mrs. E.H. Lovern in Aus-
dollar of personal Income received -
by Americans comes In tell, Ga. Batteries Wheel Balancing

Save the form of government checks, Mrs. Flossie Rosier was In

Big On the Tax Foundation show In Ocala last Thursday visiting Lubrications Minor Tune-ups
the Southeast States the averageis friends at the Florida Correctional -
Institute, where she was
25.2 cents.
These employed before her retire- Tires Road Service

The total amount obtained ment. She also spent several

from governmental sources days In lakeland with her sister Does Not Include Gas and Oil At Pumps .
Friday AndSaturday during the year, via payrolls, Mrs. Allene Armstrong.
pensions and the like, added up

to $161 billion. ... I J

Of this sum. over $93 billion ,

came from Washington and the r .u.
other $68 billion from state

Double Knit y AssortedMATERIAL and Soma local conrn governments.unities get an exceptionally SPRING AiR @ by ALONE

MATERIAL high proportion of t I

their income from these sour- .
ces, it is noted due to a grea- p..oRTER.

*1 00 ter amount of public employ;; .
Yard . '388 3 Yards For ment In their area or due to -r:: -i: : :.. "" : _:_ _. -" "
concentration of retired J ;; ;. _
ib. ln lz a high -
t -# '..- ;: I
: .
people. i." ; --E;:;;;:: -"" '---. _. _'_.__....
#.)"-. -- --r-: '''''''1--__' ,:. _'--.-_.-" _.----_-_-_.. -...-_"' _-__ _. _.._....,::_: ,-_.....
The ratio of government payments 4.J' ___ .. .
-'. _
.T' ..
Ladies And to personal Income was .# .' -- -.-.-___-_...........,. _.. _._..____. _
.. ... ... r"" ... _
Girls highest 49.2 per cent, in the ." "g. .-/J-J.. .... ...i.. .--r...... '_,__.. ___...._._...._._ ....' ... ._
because --------:1. ---J------ .......:..- ...... .... _-. t tl.t.
Columbia .
Ladies of District the of many Federal: em. t ) =' -_"" _""-' __..J.. ,- --..-............ ............. :- _. ,,"

Knit ployees there. Alaska with 45.: r =- '-----f1.. .
7 per cent was next. $ oft:5 j{ t"J! '; ; ,

]iET Parity Panty State and local contributions { I '

to personal income were lowestin t r'l II ."' .: : t
w Hose !New Hampshire, 7.1 per cent, \l-lM i j
Hose -r-- and highest In !New Mexico, 13.4 Out rn..n. env.hcltctnlury "
per cent. of Qwaiily Mln.tnlN "( ? ..., .. r- ,
With government payrolls on: I. ..... v,. .... .

Y 37e f12 the other rise benefits and social expanding security, public and t "< if tSleepituponthesumptuou.newprin9 I

f funds are becoming ever-In- r ; choice
Ladies Air Back your
creasing source of personal In- Supporter t Mattress Layers of

Half Slips come. foam cradle over you 'to exclusive sleep Covered Karr innersprings with ,luxur- twin or full size

IOUS gold Damask. :Puff-Quilted! ,' 'to 'foam 5O Innerspring or foam rubber
Tennis t and Health Center' construction pro 89 t

Shoes 27'All If Ttut. ClrNIIH, Court .l Vttf vides extra support where you need it mattrpjs or box spring
\ \ ITlKhlll I ."..11..1 lift-UK Of most. Mattress or
frlorlilii In A nil Fur llrniKuril,! regular or extra length'
Loan). tlMV %lt. BaxSpnng,
. / 3kj >Ho.. ).i Shlrlry E Lauau.rty Ann PlalniK\\oud' jrjL :. Available, n> queen and king, vies. regular or extra 'firm

: r >iiuKh.rtr. Defendant t t
j Winter .ally.I Of Suit
Ladles Tot. Shirley' Ann 1vnnAarADaugherty. r
AtlJi.M' '

Pant Suits e Ready-to-Wear Unit Ar.action. H.nbvllth'd for dltm<.<* bat a1'4it a
TOWELS 88 barn dUd,' BBulnti. vuu .and you
are r...IIlnd 10 .< rrr a cupYof t
WI'lltd" drf.*ner.>. Itan t
Val. Values To 0 "ha"' .
66 )'. to I It on IZuumo K
Attorney for IMutniiir. shoreaddr. flan ifrl'LQ .
... U Iii W... L..11 as f{ urnifurp
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$1396 ELECTRIC Y2 ;,
urlglnalwith I h ?
Florida and fll l. ll> .
S1888 the iM.rk of Hi. "l" ".
i styled. Court on or livfor* t
.WAN March S, iv'l: otlwrw l I.* ftjud t
mnt II1ftY.!1.. ..ntered.galn '
.t you for th. relief d.-
mended In tin Coi, .OI.lot
W It,"... my Imnd and th*
,eal of told Court un the' It
PRIESTDown #d.V of January. lull :
( ) t 8. Drown ... nwW1/ J
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}E, nRS I ''fQ"EDU, \ 1 I __ __ BROOKER in BRIEF ____ ,r

Mr. and Mrs Bill Jones, until Congratulations to our
/ new
she can Join her husband.Mr. Mayor and his family Mayor

HERE 'N THERE and Mrs. Harry Manning F. Lowell Douglas wife Fran- I\\j
REFLECTIONS ONtA "It feels kind of good." Mr. lighting, was added to mention ing Ms time on the Commission Rickey Mott celebrated his of Brooker and daughter ces and son Johnny. Johnny II

COMMUNITY PROJECT Harrell said when Interviewedthis just a few. with the exception of the birthday last Saturday night Mrs Frank Ingram, of Is a senior at BHS, where
week at the Brooker State Mr. Harrell's public Ufa has Brooker-Lake Butler Road. when a group of young people Dade City; visited relatives In he is a star on the track team.

Farmers Market, where he has extended beyound his mayor- Mr. Harrell Is chairman of took him bowling at Palm LanesIn Athens and Atlanta, Ga. the Mayor Douglas Is the son'
Dear Mr. Matthews: w' been manager for the past) 12 ship. He served as spokesman the Board of Deacons of the Gainesville. Those in the weekend of February 6. of Mrs. Iva Douglas and the

ot"U'I years. "We have a good group for a group of concerned citizens Brooker Baptist Church where group were Charlene, Donna, Airman 2-c James Mott was late Johnny Douglas of Brook
Now that the production of young city officials In Brooker when they were seeking he has been a deacon for a Gary; and Gene Melvin, Rhon- here over the weekend visiting er. Mrs. Douglas Is a former

Abner" has been completed now, and I Just decided It (successfully) to keep the number of years. His dedica- da Harrell Sandra and Linda Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. town clerk of Brooker.Congratulatfons .

one cannot help but think was time to step aside and let schools in Hampton: and Brook- tion and concern for all the Edwards of Brooker; also Joey J.R. Mott; also his sister ant! to our newly

of all the time and energy( so them run the show," he de- et. This action led to the construction people has been a big help' Bennett from Lawtey and brother, Elaine:; and Rickey. elected Council members: Miss

many wonderful people have clared. of new schools In In local improvements' and Sandra Register of Starke. Mrs. Emma Mott is out ol Shirley Green and Carl Edwards -

put Into a production such as Brooker became an Incorporated both towns. keeping Brooker a township. Mrs. Sonny; Jones was hon- the Bradford County; Hospital All others elected last

this. You cannot help but swell town In 1952. For all but While mayor, Mr. Harrell has volunteered much of his ored with a stork shower Sat- and is recuperating) at home. week were Incumbents.

with pride at knowing that these three of those years Mr. Har allocated funds for the present time and effort for the commun- urday night Feb. 6, at the

people put this time into helpIng rell has been mayor. Brooker community center. It ity's benefit, and we wish to Brooker Community Center.

a charitiable cause suchas Hewlett S. Anderson was the cost $500 to move the lodge show our appreciation for sucha Games were played and prizes -

the March believe of In Dimes.their These r first to service In the office and permission was granted dedicated public worker.It won by Mrs. Janice Gools- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

people com-this after Incorporation. Mr. Har from the Lodge members to use has been said many times by Mrs. Rosa Mae Jones and
and have
munity proved rell wu: elected In 1955 and has the downstairs as a commun- that "behind every good man Mrs. J Kathy Revels. Mrs. Jones

point.I remember back, t In September served continuously ever since. ity center. At this time. Mr. there Is a good woman." Mal- received many lovely gifts for STARKE
can .r He can look back over his Harrell was a County Commissioner colm Is no exception as his the baby-to-be. Hostesses for

discussed when Mrs.the I'at Spengler of- years of service with a great In which office he wife Mildred, has spent many the evening were Phyllis Jones, PHONE 96,1.6200KEYSTONE (

possibility deal of satisfaction for many served 20 years starting In hours showing her concern and Joan Bass, and Mrs Mike Col-
a play and "Ll'l Abner" was interest in all the people of -
improvements have been madeIn 1941. For 11 of these years he
selected. We went to the people the town during the last 16 was chairman of the board. this town.Our appreciation goes son.Sonny Jones left for Lack-
who played the parts and out to both of them. Their Interest HEIGHTS
years: streets hive been paved, land AFB San Antonio Texason
they all readily agreed, know- MO. HARIiELL ENDS and sidewalks added; property; During this time the county In Brooker has not ended Thursday Feb. 18, wherehe PHONE '''.3176
It would be hard work and
Ing POLITICAL CAREERFor was purchased for a town park; recreation board was started and they will endeavor to will report for basic train-
would take time away from their in 1957 and all roads In the do what they can for It, even
It seemed Hke'yesterday the first time In 30 years a muilclpal water system was ; Ing. His wife Diane will remain -
we started rehearsal and- Malcolm O. Harrell long time Installed, and modern street Brooker area were paved dur- now. here with her parents. I

so many things happened dur- County; Commissioner and
ing this course of _tl. With Mayor of Brooker' Is "out of I.w _
the start of the first rehear- politics.

sal, spirits ran high.: People GMNI
started learning lines, learn-
tickets as done
ing songs and trying to work Ada Reddish r
by Virginia Darby; and then Id
themselves into the characters
: f)"*
portrayed in "Li'l ''Abner." the cast who worked hard not Soft ua i"I

Then came the hard work that only on learning lines but on leadtef brand ( Lttifflib
costumes. You can- other
most people don't realize goes obtaining I Me
but remember what
not help
Into production. A good exam-
ple of this would be the work good sports how people would 4002, Limit llllsstt ..y A '
done by Mr. Charles Hall. Mr. step In to help other people w11111eaatlAd ? 1e

Hall spent hours getting the and the friendships that deve- d r e,:ti ,rf
loped. It would be hard to men-
scenery ready for .the'.show.
don all the people Involved because -
He worked both at the,auditorium -
It was a gigantic under-
and at homo It seemed
taking; but the people of Brad-
unbelievable but It took the
time right up to the last dress ford County are tremendousand
people. They
rehearsal to be completed.) This responsive
Is a proud example of whatit work for their community.;
All In all It was a wonderful -
takes to mike: a community:
project a success. experience working with tM f t
We see people like Pauline great people. d'1 I ,

Tanner SanDee Hall and Lau-
rel Jockel working hard dur- Sincerely,

ing rehearsals and performances ) : -
Richard H. Jockel
moving scenery. We see
a man like Hank Greene; devoting -, MEN'SPERMANENT

at least an hour anda 1w THe Clrenll-Court ::1tTA) qYYJ& k. ---I. PRES
half during the rehearsalsand rinhth Jmllrlnl ,. {
r..I...II.. In Ami P...
the performances setting up Count C.-. *n. 050 Ii vr C SERVING TRAYS MEN'S DRESS PANTS
the sound system, and then Dorothy II. Jackson Ifewthern. e!

during the performances havIng llawthnroe.. Pl.lnHffvn. Defendant.NOTK .Walter Q Pressed liberboaio 11" x 11" WHITE T-SHIRTS FAMOUS MAKIR

to know each person in 'n OF HLir S with, lacquered NAT'lLY.SOLD .
the cast and how much vol- TOCallrr: Hawthorne, Aa /finnh AT
dress Unknown ( Combed white, cotton
umn to give their voices for You Are Hereby Notifiedthat ,. 1 10.OO TO 14.00
Full cut. ups neck &
; >
divorce hue- >
amplification so that a good an nttlon fur
been filed nunlnHi. you and yoU r ,. J I shoulder. S., H, L You will recognna the
performance Is assured. We are required to ere a copy /
of your written dcfi-nnvi If "u+ jf superbtalorln6,
see the orchestra. Vicki King
..ny.'10 lIon Eugene. F, Shaw. YOU SAV! 317. / fine fabric*. OuahtyZ011X
Charlotte Green and David Jor- Attorney for Plaintiff! WHOM 1
1 detailed ,
dan with address la 141MtOnll Street throughout
working the cast so ra
smrke Fkirldi.'
10AA 40"BATH
O. Boa
that songs dances and musi- and P. flU the orlulnul. with' the 0' 'a I I Choose from

cal Interludes make'W show Clerk of the above.styled. Court y TOWELS a large variat,
'on before March 17 1911. I
or ,.
a tuccess. One cannot help otherwise a Juduemenl may beomereil ,, r but think of all the time it ,analnut you for the hs I I f YOU SAVE 247 stripe ,
Com- Fluff & abiorbenl
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HOURS FOR How's The Time To Feed Land Sales SFJC Receives

SELECTIVE SERVICEThe 4 acres along SR-100 from $369,729 In
office of Local Board 18, Camellias And Azaleas Mrs. Julia Mae Hughes to Mr.
Selective Service Is now closed t and Mrs.H.F.Cloverstllle$2- State FundsSanta
on Fridays. Regular office This Is the month to begin 500.Land
hour are Monday through fertilizing camellias, accord. from Laura V. McNeill Fe Junior College
Thursday each week, 8:30: a.m. Ing to the Florida Nurserymenand to Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Reddingand Gainesville received $369,729In
to 12:30: and from I to 5 p.m. Grower Association. Although ,Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Starling education funds distributedto
some of the plants are Florida's Junior colleges in
135 acres from Edna W. Alderman
CLASP ENVELOPES. all lUll In bloom If fertilizer .Is to Geneva Shores,LTD, February.The .
.-..-)Br4frd. eMma Tttanpfc. applied this month It will be R ry $98,000.Lot grant was over$100.00
readily available to start forcing in Dolewood S/D from more than the school received
new growth when the weather -. ; .pn Mr. and Mrs. K.L Morgan to In 1970 In February.
warms up. A part chemical Mr. and Mrs. U.L. Chambers,
part organic fertilizer .Is $11,000. St. Johns River Junior Col-
We Buy, Sell, TradeAntiques suggested.\ Remember, too ( Land from Mr. and Mrs.JM. lege In Palatka received $16-
much fertilizer applied early Edwards Jr. to S, Ben Skinner 961 up from the $69,869 received -
In the season can Injure the $80,000.A in February 1970.
root system, so give your camellias lot in LaFloresta S/D from Funds distributed statewideto \
a light feeding so that Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Brown to Junior colleges in February
Used Furniture they will have food to start Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Rardon, totaled nearly $7 million according -
growing as the weather warms. $10,500. to Comptroller Fred
New &Used Tools After the weather has become 7 acres from the estate of O. (Bud) Dickinson Jr., $1 million
warmer, apply an additional n Il.D. Bennett to Mr. and Mrs. higher than the disburse-
application to force out new K.E Crawford $1,500. ment for February 1970.
SouthsideTrading growth which will form buds the Lot on Sampson Lake Shores
following blooming season. from Mr. and Mrs, W.H.Brownto The boosted funds were
Azaleas will be pushing forth M prompted by 1970 all attendance
Post Mable K. Balkern, 4000.
buds this month. It will be Acreage from Mary Brownto records, which were up for
necessary to give them plenty 26 of the 27 Junior colleges
Mr. and Mrs. K.E Mowry,
of water for flowers are large $11.500. receiving state support.
Phone 964.8778 consumers of water. When azaleas Estate of Aaron T, Paul to $6,562,516 of the fund were
begin to bloom It Is an L t M C.E Desue and W.M Desue supplied through the state's
Ear 1'" Garage Ideal time to select new plants $3,700. Minimum foundation Programwith
for your homegrounds. An azalea .._ _.__._ Land from Mr and Mrs.C.L. $423,934 coming from the
Is one of those peculiar Johns to Mr and Mrs. W.D. state sales tax.
plants that can be transplantedInto : Hodge. 1300.
South the garden when It Is In fir. fighting technique after setting Land on SR-16 from Mr, and
, full bloom. Although the blooms for that purpose. Mrs. William Frisbee" to Thel-
emerge, the plant is still semiBUSH'S -_ ma Mae Dixon, $3,500.

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certificates The firemen put out the blazeIn I
all IS hours of the small house seven times
Instructor Dewey as they practiced using steamto
of the displace oxygen as a meth- GROUP OF
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Stallings Corner, Inc. Carole's Speciality Shop IWeedman Grocery

Stallings Corner. Inc. Is 10who wish to enjoy their favor assortment of take out bever- Carole's Speciality Shop 10every purchase. Meeting this THIS IS YOUR ECONOMY: Ie II. tams We for salute the this home.creditable firm
cated N. of Waldo Hwy 301lte drink In a pleasant ..emOIel all nationally advertlaed cated ac 1708 Hwy 17 In Orange demand with quality clothing STORE, Owned and managed by Living within the family budget for their contribution to t the
8 miles south of Starke, phone phere. brand. Liquor, cold beer Park for Information. Phone and reasonable prices In a Geraldine Weedman. Weedman Is no problem when you welfare and economy
468-1461) In Waldo. |The Oasis Lounge Is attractively wine bottle or case. Their 2645211. Here you will find prime factor In the rapid success Grocery, located on State Rd trade here. Select your housegeneral;; that
They feature the very best arranged for your com-: hospitality Is one of the main a variety of ladles wearing of this firm. In this Re- Phones Green Cove Springs, hold essentials, .hardoouurWreaders sand writhe them
In food and drinks and social fort and the service prompt features. Get up a party; for apparel suited to every tasteview, we take pleasure In directing 284-9165. The managemoats, shoes clothing,: : regularly. Open 7 day a weekly -'
entertainment In Early Amerand courteous. Meet your an evening of fun and head for In sizes S to 50. Specializing the attention of our ment of thla store Is extremeware, soft drinks & fish- 9
to P.m.
8 .m
ican decor. It Is a favorite friends here where everything this lounge for an enjoyable In hard to find sizes for stout readers to Carole's Speciality; adept In procuring: merchanallo a complete line of
social center for people from Is planned for your conven- time. ladles. The clientele of this Shop, and suggest that you drop dine that better suits and aatIng tackle bait. Their shelves
all the surrounding territory ience. They have a complete firm Is composed of those who In to see the many styles of farles your needs, yet costs are filled with hundreds of 1-
demand satisfaction In their ladles clothing featured here.

Bank of Green Cove Springs, Inc.
Park Interiors
Merle FurnitureQuality Orange
This prominent bank has been Managed by efficient and capable dependability & accuracy In
furniture at reaeonalso have carpeting from A- ,appearance of your home. Shop Orange Park Interiors is located today & they will gladly fur- giving continue service since men, this Bank Invites handling details.
able prices Is a paramount feature merlca's leading millet The here, where they will fill your at 1716 Hwy 17. Phone fish estimates. 1904 located In Green Cove accounts of businessmen and In making this Review we
at this progressive firm complete home planning service every wish financing avall- 2645211. Their prices are most reasonable Springs Phone 284-3051 or women, farmers, laborers and wish to state that you may,
located 1600 Ilwy 17 Orange by Victor Zeigler Is outstand lable. We compliment the management This establishment Is one of and It will pay you 264-4517 In Orange Park. all people who desire prorItat all times, save with safety
Park, phone 284-9331.They feebig 6 sure to please you. You of this firm upon the the most prominent drapery to call on them before having The Bank of Green Cove able connection with a modern as each account Is Insured up
ture a complete line of home will find here an extensive line {hteh quality of their merchan houses In this whole section draperies made. They handle Springs, termed the "friendly banking institution to $20,000. We highly recom-
furnishings from the leading of fabrics for custom drapordile & complete line of of the state. They carry a the finest In quality fabrics Bank", Is an Institution of financial At this Bank you will find mend this outstanding Bank.Pacetti's .
manufacturers to create any lea paintings, lamps wall fixtures American traditional furnishings full line of beautiful fabrics and their workmanship cannot strength J and safety strength seasoned judgement.
desired Interior regardless of and many other Items of by KUng. from which to choosethey be excelled.
how your taste may run. They quality to add to the beautiful also feature slip covers, bedspreads -
& upholstery. In this Review we are glad Marine Fishing Camp & Trailer Park
for this firm
They design draperies to compliment on
'Rivermead Flower ShopWhen all types of windows. Phone their very fine service. In this section of the counSprings authorized sales & ters for boats, motors, ma-
try Pacetti's Marine Fishing service for Chrysler, Evlnrlne supplies, and accessor
your heart has a me.oirlre., phone 264-9411. Serving tiful corsage or bouquet you Camp Trailer Park are marude" Ilomellte Motor. lea On behalf of the management -
sage, say It with flowers. Be Jacksonville, Naval Air Station can get here at a price you 0. B. Nail Ace Hardware rifle headquarters and carry They are likewise known for a very cordial Invitation
sure you remember the one & Clay County. can: afford. the leading makes of boats and their outstanding service department is extended to all the sports
you love with flowers on an Whether it Is bouquet motors In all sizes and styles In this area. We are very
a corsage, O.B. Nail Ace Hardware Is In stock for your shopping con- as well as a commen
anniversary, birthday, or any burial wreath or flowers In this review we suggest you located 1916 Hwy 17 In Orange venlence. for you to.choose from. They plete parts department for all happy to recommend this firm
special occasion. For flowers for the sick room you will find remember the name Rivermead ,Park, Phone 264-6831. Everything is displayed for are located on IIwy 13-3 makes of boats, motors and In our Review.
RIVERMEAD FLOWER SHOP, just what you want here Flower Shop whenever you need This Is your hardware shopyour easy compartsonand quick miles S. of Orangedale Phone marine equipment.Rememl .
located at 964 Park Ave In They cordially Invite you flowers, no matter what the ping center as well as headquarters selection at this outstanding 284-5356 In Green Cove >er this Is headquar
Orange Park. For flowers by to stop In and see what a beauoccasion.. for a complete line store. You will enjoy visiting

of gifts, housewares, garden this store where courtesy and Brunson
supplies t tractors, guns & friendliness prevail and the Furniture Co.
Bright Jr. Contractor & BuilderThis
rifles fishing tackle, lawn prices are LOW, saving you Town and country homeownroom, and bedroom furnishings Furniture fashions from the

firm Is well known In For new construction, additions Bright, Jr. "No Job too large mowers many additional 1money.. We highly recommend ers will find a complete stock priced to fit every budget.Tracountry'l leading quality; make,
this area for their efficient or remodeling. The or too small." tems at DISCOUNT PRICES. to all our readers this fine of furnishings for their home. ditional, modern, and contemers are available and the sales
business methods and prompt lowest bid Is not always the They make sure all work This Is also SPORTING shopping center. "From one piece to a llouseporary furniture occasional personnel help can help you
service. They are located I cheapest. If the work you have meets the specifications of the GOODS HEADQUARTERS, with ful" when you stop at Brunpieces, and carpeting are kept make the choice most In keepIng -
mile south of Lawtey on Rd. done Is not as you desired It contract. When you are In need all those hard-to-flnd Items "Ace sells for less" son Furniture Co., located at In the extensive inventory, also with your needs Thewilli
200 SR, Phone782.38681nLaw- repairs must-be made In of a contractor call only this 25 Magnolia Ave. In Green custom draperies & bedinstallation of carpets.
tey. Contracting Is their bu.a short while perhaps you one. We recommend them to Soutfiside Cove Springs phone 2843883. spreads and there Is no oboLltlltandlng merchants offer a
mess and they have the ..excaUed the wrong contractor. our many readers. Supply Company Top name brands are lealigation for aid In estimating special welcome to you. Visit
perience and the equipment to You can be assured this will wish to tured here where area_ paa complete home furnishings them soon.
In this Review we
properly process any contract. not happen when you call Esau If you& are parts looking for that for mobile equipment take this opportunity to recommend variety trans can of living select from a wide from our home planning ser
room, dining vice.
home and haven't been able this reliable firm to

U. CrewsBuilders Supplyc.u to find them, look no longeraU our readers. See Southslde
Southslde Supply Co.has a large Supply at 5152 W. University; Marie's KitchenMarie's
c.u Crews Builders Sup .'* hardware hand & selection of brand name parts Blvd. In Jacksonville or phone
ers plywood,
I ply in Lake Butler Phone 498Above all, a firm must give power tools,floor roofing materials for mobile homes*travel trail 733-3647, when you have need Kitchen is well known you may eat In your car. ful attention to filling your or-
3241 has a complete line of the people what they want,when and It Is headquarters ers. All their\ Employees are of parts for your mobile homes. throughout this area for their They are known forthelrseader.. We compliment the management -
builders' supplies and lumber they want It. That I. the reputation for your also familiar with mobile homes and Their prices are low and their excellent food. Located at 8602 food & chicken dinners. They of Marie's Kitchen up
paneling garage
In stock at all times. In any that this firm has built doors A glass sliding: doors. are courteous and accomdat- business dealings are fair and landing in Orange Park They also serve delicious hamon the high quality of their food
season of the year, you can In this area. We wish to congratulate C.U.) Ing. honest.Mitchell's feature the finest In "Take Out burgers, cheesburgers landand the perfection of their ser
Service". Phone 264-8331 French bucket of vice. You'll like their delicious
buy here with confidence SpaHere you can obtain quality Crews for the reputation built wiches. fries
cializing In "HardtogetC. (lumber, pllnt,varnl.hel, bu1JdIn the years serving the public. they will have your order ready chicken cold drinks, and 01roods & outstanding service
Seafood for you. To take with you or fer prompt service and careVisit them soon!

Featuring fresh seafoods clalAdd test to your family's
NighthouseTop ly, Mitchell's Seafood at 501 meals by preparing delicious Orange Park Beauty AcademyLEARN
Top off the day with a stop beverages food. Visit the Nighthouse for ten- S. Orange Ave, Phone 284-9340 dishes with fresh fish & sea

for pleasant relaxation In the There Is no formality here- ,sion-easing pasttime-You may In Green Cove Springs Is the foods from this market. BEAUTY CULTURE girls are Invited to visit this roll In classes at this outstanding -
comfortable surroundings But you will enjoy the 10add pleasure to yourd/y.' Watch outstanding seafood market In AND HAIR STYLING at Orange school where Lessons are and distinctive school.They
Nlghthouse, located on Hwy 16 _. clal conversations, cold beverror the opening of wit new our area. See the attractive display of Park Beauty; Academy located taught by award winning 'IJ'leature a placement service
In Penney Farms, phone 529622,1. .-< age or a game of pool. Enjoy restaurant next do? .they will If you are not already a CUIleafoodl at this market and at 2063 Hwy. 17 In Orange lists and the latest equipment & Tuition on Terms. We high
1. Resident of this and surrounding the music here, all popular have a full meruwlU fea tomer of this fine market, we make your selections. We high Park Pho. 2645201. Complete Is used. This fully accreditly recommend this school to
area will meet Iota tunes on the juke boxeaoecitare pit bar-b-que. suggest you visit theta at once ly recommend this excellent training In all phases of beaued school Is staffed by VERY all our readers.

of their friends and make new ally selected for your,,,listen-.. '': ..;.. ... ?:;;. ji .. and you wUl.want to become: ) seafood market to all our read- ty culture, hair styling courses capable Instructors. Beauty
ones as they enjoy the widest into! pleasure. a regular customer., a.. ers. & wig styling; 'classes are reatrllnfnB is an Investment In

., tured here. Men, women and TIME so INVEST .WISELY,en-

R. P. James Taxidermist' ;; Helm Funeral HomeHelm

This taxidermy studio Is losure you years at enjoyment. Funeral Home on Hwy you careful consideration. The Bank of Orange ParkThe
cated at 110 Hunter Rd. in MJdlie has over 17 ily room. This taxidermist will 16 In Green Cove Springs Phone Their efficiency and willingness -
dleburg, phone 282-5309. He Is fence years exper- ,mount your deer and game for 284-9696 Is the essence of to help you Is something Bank of Orange Park the years. Every account at this bank
an expert in this field thII, Take that prized trophy catch wall decorations In a lifelike friendly and courteous service you will forever appreciate.You la located on U.S. Hwy. 17 In They offer to the folks In our Is Insured up to $20,000 by
taxidermist has the knowledge to this excellent taxidermist appearance. We highly recommend You can (!to to them with confidence funeral home will assist Orange Park, phone 264-9526 area every convenience of a the F.D.I.C. and has encouraged
R.P. James Taxidermist and has long been recognized large city bank yet maintain
and experience: ;to artfully mount and you will have a truly personal In your hour of need. you with your Insurance each and every family to help
A specialist In deer & of the banks the understanding and
and preserve your game In the "Attention Getting" Item At no time is a person more or burial policy. as one outstanding person- secure their future with a sound
(most attractive manner to asto enhance your den or fam game heads. conscious of capable: and kindWhen you are In need of a In our area. Through their untiring al Interest in each customer Intelligent savings plan.
ly service than In sjich. an funeral director call this funeral efforts, this section has to cope with their particular
,hour. home for considerate ser continued to progress through problems.
Middledurg Grocery The personnel at this tunvice.. Charles Helm owner
oral home are trained to give & funeral director. '
Your general merchandise needs In one place. a shopping center where only Earthman Contracting Co.
grocery In Mlddleburg Is MIdHere you will find a comQuality merchandise featured
dleburg Grocery owned and plete stock of groceries and at prices you can afford to Bank of HawthorneThe Earthman Contracting Co. Is tog, fill dirt heavy equipCall them and they will gladly
operated by Louis Canova, meats, produce, feed, seed & pay. We suggest In this review located at 301 Sonora Dr. In ment rental and contracting for give you any Information and
phone 2825383. fertilizer also dry goods of the outstanding business modem concept of pr'spresent' the soundest of bankIng Orange Park, phone 264-6995. all kinds of excavating. Any estimates on your requirements. -'
Why spend time and effort hardware, & gas for your shopping firms In this community sent day banking Includes dignified and business principles. They are equipped with the one needing work done of this For reasonable prices
going from store to store when convenience that our readers visit this yet friendly customer Each account Is Insured up best mechanical devices for nature can do no better than and for getting work done when
you can make this excellent We commend management fine store for all their require( relationship creating good will to $20,000 by F.D.I.C. The of- all classes of work, consistcall this firm. They have years promised, we refer to this company -
firm your SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS of this grocery for presenting ments. success In business, and betficers of this bank have the Ing of land clearing, land of experience, which Is very and recommend their ser
fulfilling all your to the citizens of this area teliUvI Il. Nowhere Is this betlalth and confidence of their leveling, trenching, earth mov- Important In this line of work. 'vices to all our readers.

ter exemplified than at the Bank patrons because they have proven -
Interstate Mobile Home of Hawthorne, phone 481-2411 themselves a stalwart and
Towing In Hawthorne, your full service Interested friend to all their Cardinal Plumbing CompanyCardinal
When you need to move your vllle. Ocala & Palatfca. They are Insured and have the bank customers. We highly recom-
mobile home to a new location This excellent transport firm latest equipment to move any mend this bank to all our read- Plumbing Co. localfa successful career because job commercial & residential.
we suggest you contact Intermeeta all local,county and state size structure. We highly recommend The policies of this bank re ers. ed at 8508 Blandlng Blvd In the management and assistants .- -
state Mobile Home Towing at requirements with licenses this transport company Orange Park. Phone 264-4311. are among the most efficient We
are glad to
1262 Mull Phone 389-8319 In permits. and safety requirements Superior to the vast major- craftsmen in the sate compliment
; to all our readers and them and to
WVOJ Radio refer them to
Jacksonville Jet. of Rt. 100 StationFor ity of plumbing air condition- all
fullfllled to properly suggest you CALL THEM WHEN Consultation with them will of
I 100-A In Starke. Phone 984tralport your mobile home elIT'S YOUR MOVE. the best In music, news, plemented by on-the-spot ing. & heating shops, and lurlive ;you money. work our or readers Information when desiring In
5606 also locations: ) Ga1ne.ther, a short or long distance. 'and entertainment, tune In on broadcasts of Important news passed by none, either In pnCardinal Plumbing Company line this
station WVOJ In Jacksonville events. excellence of work or superiority has gained an excellent repuling' Mr.Owner.C.M. OIH oppy Sta'.ral r.
Williams Gas Service Wise advertisers consult radio We are pleased to bring to of materials used. tation for giving prompt and
station WVOJ, knowing that the attention of our readers This popular firm has continued courteous attention to every

Williams Gas Service which ces for L.P. gas can go any- comfortable, and economical their products will be brought the service this radio station
la the popular Gulf gas localwhere and everywhere and do .living. Contact this reliable'dealer. to the attention of a wide and Is performing and to urge them
ed at 17 W. Walnut In Green anything piped gas can. '! They can put L.P. gas diversified audience. to tune In for entertainment t Orange Park Bottled Gas Co.
cove Springs, ptan'28-3859.' When you see these L.P. gas and appliance at your disposal The management strives to and news or to consult them
284-9361. delivery trucks making their al for care-free cooking, water serve this part of Florida with In regard to their effective Orange Park Bottled Gas Co. conditioning, as well as many 9143 In
Residents of small towns and rounds, remember that they heating, furnaces, and re- programs that are always entertaining advertising service. Phone I I. constantly striving to pro'otller home, farm and Indusprompt. Orange Park for
rural areas no longer have deliver more than gas 1.1rrlpratlon.. We highly recommend A Interesting sup- 356-5546. vide a better service for you trial uses and courteous lervlce--
to do without city convenlen- sure time, easier work safe William Gas Service. the customer This firm offers dependable will any be questions you may have
Propane gas service will do service summer and answered by their
Lake Geneva Mobile Home Sales many chores for you efficentIf you are already enjoying winterfriendly this personnel. This Re-
Burch's Factory Outlet For Taylor Mobile Homes ly .and economically including:: service with them, well and view recommends the services
You'll Cad today'; mobile tort and satisfaction. The luxury home heating, water heating, good. If you are not and wish of this tion'company, based on their

HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING 'Call mem for specifications: designed to add to your com home an adventure In leisure and convenience of these clothes drying, furnace t air further Information, phone264ray reputa F. Burrts service.Sid
for a mobile home to fit your and detaUeellnformationat284-and convenience. living. One modest Investment modern home* will stoundyou.. Owner.
family's nqads but haven't been 3352. These are all built for We highly recommend this bring .you every facility of a the Interior a dream come true
able to find Just what you want practical economy and out- motile home distributor for tastefully furnished well lass In beauty; decor and conven House Of Loo
Burcb's Factory Outlet or standing value. their fair and honest business. 'lated home. Instant, readylence.. W* recommend this mobile

Stump's Mobil Homes will You are welcome: to look a- dealings and suggest that you to-go living for less than the home dealer to all our For the finest In Cantonese paring chop sue-, chow meln
have the perfect mobile home. round Inside these mobile select YOUR MOBILE HOME I cost of furnishing alone In the readers. foods a* well as American: dishes foo young sweet and sour dishes Take the family out soon to this
for you' on N. Orange. Ave. home at leasur and we are from their lot. You'll be glad average honul Stop In at Lake visit House of Lon located and many other Cantonese restaurant for the full enjoyment -
H"7.171D Green Cove Geneva Mobil Home Sale 10ThI. service 1* rendered at of a delicious meal Iin the
Sorton. .sure you will find new features' 'iVOUdldl at 341 Hwy 17 next to Naval delicacies, all with the
cated at Keysone Heights a low and reasonable rate. We Air Station Phone 264-6291' autI1en.xotlc setting of oriental eta
of the Far East
Route 100 ft 21 phone),1ad to call attention to Orange Park. Call for ticity; In amOlphere.. We recommend
complete and com yevor.. Their menu features a them I
Thl'aultBakery 4320 and see these outatuldtheir very ..rvadonllor banquets or
plrvariety of American dishes
: Including
It will
ing mobile home They can prehonlveservices. pay tie The chef at this fine
The same fresh and flaWf'ID, the treeD aanotwiwr and call will Insure prompt ...rAI be purchased with a small down you to support, patronize and restaurant* are expert In pro steaks, chops and sea-
bread doughnut and pISADltarJ aarroundlnt' of' their vice of an artfully designed and payment and easy terms, asboost this most necessary of foods cooked to please you.
tries that used to come from .tore 'beautllul11 decorated cake.
*. enterprises.
.. of years CI( com-: .
mother home baking day are If you want a custom cab* This Review luggeste to our
available every day: of the week baked for a birthday anniversary reader that no shopping trip Clay leclrk Cooperative, Inc.

at TMbaulf Bakery whore a, or other observance, a would be complete without a Keystone State Bank ;

complete selection of pie, phone call to 284-3734 Green top at one of Thttaolf Bak- It U a well-known fact that operative whose home office vice furnished this
cakes. and cookie, a*well U'' Cove Spring located 8 W. erne for the .very best In W*are proud to list Key; ston. even They are a member of there 1* no Institution In this 1s located: in Keystone Heights co-operative bas aggressive won for
specialised pastrlo for special WaIDut or 264-5131 to Orange baking good ieu.' State Bank among the business FJD.L.C. & each account I Ia Insured community that has done more Phone 473-4911 also district them an enviable reputation
occaateM are displayed Park at 1938 Hwy 17. A leaders la this review. They up to 20000. Saving toward the developnent and offices In Gainesville, Lake throughout this entire. section
pride them/ on tile emII no different to any other progress of this section than has City; Orange Park Palatka &
:Business Effffkbticy Aids Inc. dead of that service and the GOOD HABIT and assures you thl* reputable CO-OP. Lake Kerr
aoondnesa of their confidential of cecurity. Many young people -
YOUR OffICE REFLECIK: Springs Phone 2S4-8226. are writer addtmtuiacnlnea. nclaYethiPRO are. Ilk their .parent be- This co-op 1* owned and askThis service 1* rendered at a
YOUR BUSINESS PERSONAL=;, leader m Ode area In the We command m*management LEht4 ARE A for. the opening tuna at They operate one of the finest trolled by the members who low and reasonable rate. Were
ITY. Let die office egad anent office equipment and supply of this excellent firm for outstanding SPECIALTY at this fine bankthII bank with the Fu In equipped utilities In the U.S. je If* service glad to call attention to
and supply company how yin business. eats to buslMM ing mstitutien. .and they will b* mind. You too will enjoy' Their service 1* most complete their very complete and com
.officei fundtur and V BB UHM Drop In and cbooMfraa their and professional people la oar glad to help you' In any way' s business Lawns.;,...nee and comprefl llllv.. No review of the business, prehenslveservicea.Itwinpe.ytheir
tad enggest sw.ddv.Yet large selection of office suparea' and. suggest that you, ton. they can gate Bank on Blvd' Through service many agricultural and Industrial Interest you to support patronize: and
practical :.tntementa lor plies faraUnr, cabinets,typewriters become a regular c u cozir. w* highly? recommend: moc of the surrounding communt- of this section of the boost this most necessary 01
your 000 ..s.-.EftIdID.. ft adding msoMeasAWaIi to all our reader and etgFns specific information, call: tie* and rural district have State would b* complete with umarpnises
fee located at 34 also mJmoojrn'nfclna'' print- rest that yon open your checkdiem at 471-4939 In Keystone; been supplied with power and out prominent mention of this
; d la Green. Core ins service repur on type .ing and savtaga accounts mere Height. light. The Clay Electric CoINUknown CO-OP., The Mr-

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SENIOR ..*. Kla-kth JoHlrlal Clr.ul Iq.TICE Or 1110118ea.1e4 in torn .lahteen (11) months
i. ...,| For Bradfonl Coeur.Ccc. ; 8l Ue will\ be received' buclnnlnic March I, to
CommunityElizabeth *''*'lrJS! OB to. and not later than 10.00 September *0. U7J. IJ'I haH
Lola.t Jon.a... Plaintiff. _.on. March 0. lt-71 In the office be aealad and returned In an
----- --- -- ,, AUnandir Jon Dat.nd.ant. of th. Uuolnejai, Manager. envelop rrawked. "Bid for
Florida. state Prlaun" for the IrarvaMted Pine Pulpwood to
Joe Kerrigan N8TIC'"PJ OfFlorida tale> of Pin. Pu! wood liarvaet- be opened March 0. 1171" or
In Tile Name Mate id by prison ,forcesaddition.. aid for lump sum Pin. Tim.
ally, aeaJ.4 bide will be received bet Sale to be opened 10 00.a.m.
TO, The Defendant In th on lump corn basic for March 5, 1071". and re.
A t the last meeting 44 mem- become members toon. Also at Cross Income does Not Include bovnam.d 'none:" ., .-1d. ,: she harvaetlnir of all\ pln tint turn In sufficient time for the
Jona R nc
? AleCarlder bar and pln.pulpwood located bid Ofienlna; to:
S.S.. workmen compensation
this and
meeting were Alyca
OGre and guests enjoyed) an old Unknown In designated ...... The a are Mr. Jim Chutcen BualneMManaxer
tansy Valentines' Day. A Ernie Nelson my wire's sister most lump sum Insurance pay :>u.uttrefo.H. b, Ifled th r.....rally worked out turpenttne Klorlda mate. Prison
ments and Inheritances. Married end ; and .. of roundtimber P> 0 Box art Rairord FlorIda
red heart symbol and her husband. They are t weendyou U>a areas ar. -
was pinned on be .
Pv ,083 It I-tS
Harveitln to be done J-U
Elizabeth livens' Walker couples benefit by the new ;1IM'r: : Joneaas
the lapel or dress as each person visiting us from Long Island, lmis bv .the. uocrneful. bidder with
entered the hall. N.Y. and thoroughly enjoyedour ,chanties In that where one. been .filed bY against 1..1. y'UJ Irene a.a'
RECREATION NEWS- Vice President BUI Richards meeting. Since they came, spouse Is over 65 and don't have ones as Plaintiff' the IJULLDAYSATUKpATiDON'T
Mrs. Ruth M. Jenkins and to file If their Income Is ODurt and cause" ..
The Falcons are making plans went to work Immediately we have had our traveling shoes gross .hav..M.yled ..."ulr.d to file
for the annual basketball tour- Mrs. EUzabeth Walker were blacking out windows In preparation on and we have visited lots of less than $2,900. If both husband ,and.ou.. deter a fir answet too the
nament which will be held sent as representatives from for movies to be old places in Florida and many and wife are over 65 .Complaint ... flied. Clrna t0nurt
Bradford County to the "J.. ..Ith the C'I.rk 0' Ih.
; they don't have to tile this "
March U. 12, and 13. Watch shown. House chairman Carl new ones. In and for Bradford :
the paper for the team sched- lic Relations Workshop" held and Ada Hoist are doing The expectations of 20 year If their gross Income Is ("nunt'ourlhou..... Slark5. MONKEY
ule. The staff Is asking! the at the Sarasota Motor Hotelin outstanding Job In serving refreshments an. million senior citizens and less than '43.500. These new Florida hereo 54091 upon and nerve Pi.lntlfre a
cooperation of all basketball Sarasota on Dec. 4-5. and disabled persons for a 10%boost filing requirements apply to attorney copy. Barton T, Dou..1.
fans and well wishers for SUC- We are looking forward to for Bingo. Because of prizes a little in Social Security; paymentswere married couples provided they 101 North TUB Main, Oalnesvnle Street p'r, ; AROUNDWITH
attending the FEA Assembly Drawer
Delegate live together file Jointly and
CSSS. mix-up. Carl drove homeat dashed when the 91st Congress Ida 3UOI. on or before March
to be held In Jackson- adjourned and failed to are not dependent on another : YOURINCOME
the last tlDefault fJudeemnttnwilleeli.fkndem.nded d
vIII on March, 2527. Dele- moment and brought taxpayer en.:: '
PROFESSIONAL the bill. The .
NEWS pass necessary
back his 8 M.M.
will be elected In the projector to the Corn.
gates reminder that Bradford
B.E.A. officers for the school with which showed reason was the many riders the
we movies said
year 1970-71 were elected at near future. of club attached to this "so-called" County Fair will open Wed. Dtaini. .. .and. thereafter ,
our members In "all
the close of last school term, President of BEA Mrs. Gladys action during the 9 Xmas tree BUI and many of March 31. All seniors should e.Wli ... n pro'nd sand, te.nof ..1 TAX
Thomas, will be attend- past years. get busy now In for snld, Court thl.. lit day ntF..bru.t'Y.
as follows: Mrs. Gladys Thomas A heart hunt was set in motion them had nothing to do with preparation AD 1171 at Starke.
ing the President's Seminar to
President: Mr. Leonard There wasn't a hole or the S.S. Program. This left our participation. We have done '
Register. Vice-President;Mrs. be held In Orlando, March 6. corner of the Rec. Hall thatwasn't the elderly hung up until this well so far, let us try to do. PitRAL' : ) Monkeying around with COMPLU$
Elizabeth Walker The Duval County; Teachers can be righted during the 92nd better this year. filbert S nrown.A. 'Ir.-"It court.In lax return tort '* ,
Treasurer; searched until 2 special Clerk of the your ton fl TU ,
Mrs. Ruth M. Jenkins, Secre- Association has extended to the hearts were found. Peta Congress. We now ask for a Our next meeting will be And. For JI..dtord County you money. Lei H & R Ia I i
tary. Bradford County Teachers the 15% In benefits as It Is recor- Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. Keep safe \I'Inrlda } S.
courtesy of their discount buy- and Lilly Johnson came up with By Rub, V. William* BLOCK prepare, check suiltiarnivil.w ..
well and
Committee ded that 1969 and 1970 have happy.
Chairmen Mem Clerk wr.o.tu
: the King and Queen Hearts A* Deputy: and
3.4 return
4t guarantee
Ing guide. AU teachers belong- your II nilJen lie
bership been the highest In the
Mrs. Ernestine Regis- years
They crowned
ing to the United Teaching Profession accuracy. You'll go l
ter; Budget and Business Affairs singing "I Love You Truly" continuous cub\ of living spiral. ;earl.
Mr. Leonard Register will be eligible to reap and other love The original Bill asked for a ope when you see how I ,\
Public Relations, Mrs. Ruth; the benefits of numerous discounts for the occasion.songs suitable 5% Increase which was upped to Martin L. McCauley last easy and inexpensive PARENTS

M. Jenkins; Professional Negotiations listed In the catalog. We surely missed Everett 10% by the U.S. Senate. The it is at H & R BLOCK-A \:,:: lfP

Mr. Dave Smith; Prescott, also Eloise Olin who Senate-passed measure, when good place to place your :: :-1: ;:
Professional Right and Respon., recently underwent surgery the last Congress adjourned Painting Contractor confidence. ..... ...
The of Dell
regular meeting Included _
these tentative amendments
Mrs. Edna Hart. Special Insurance Jessie Bowden Is ailing and has I ........ .. CUADANTIIIt
Chapter 168 will be held Thursday (1)J 10% Increase with w. / otcurete prepe/oh.a a every tea .at..n.
Slit Smith; Feb. 18, In the Masonic been unable to come to our last Ii I I we make any errors that coif
)yes penalty
$100 any or
Human minimum. ((2) Full benefits Commercial
Relations, Mr. Hard- Hall on Brownlee Street at 8 two meetings Yola Vestal was Residential j I..,"...,, w. will pay that .penolty or mleretf.
wick Taylor; Education & Professional All members askedto also too HI to attend our last for widows at age 65. ((3)) Interior Exterior
p.m. are
Raise In the limita-
Scott. Standards, Mrs. Olivia please be present and on feel meeting.better We verv hope soon.they will all tion from $1,680 to 2400. Sand Blasting Pressure Cleaning HiD B3IJ.GCE CC.

All officers and chairmen will time. New and nm nMHvA mAm- Income tax time Is with us "A System Developed Through A
serve the calendar year from hers are Louis and BernleSmitfi i i again However,single persons AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE WITH OVER 5000 OFFICES
Breater Bethlehem of
Free Will\ Experience To Save
January through December, who attended 65 or over, who gross an Income -
our and
Baptist Church Rev.Leroy Davis of less than $2,300 do You
visited with us on a number of Money"PHONE
Pastor. Monday Senior lll
night not have to file. Cross Income
I* The Clrcalt Court Ol Florida occasions. They became mem- P Ne-WAUII.IIJ!
F.lahtll Jnitlrlnl Circuit In Choir rehearsal. Tuesday Includes
bers wages, dividends. Interest ,
And For O..d Coantjr.William night Choir No. 3 and Ushers at the first of this year. 964- S2S
C.... :No.B. Ed and Lilly Roberts of Bed- rents and that part of Open 9 a.m. to 6 ,.m.-- Sat. PH
Board No. 2 will meet. Wed- 964-828
J. and ponle ford Lake a pension or annunlty for which 414 Davis St.
\Vllllaiwi. hi. wife I'lalntlff. nesday who were guests at Starke Fla.
night Prayer meeting. you did not make contributions. I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I
.va- EU.beth Ann Lmindiman our Luncheon
were again -
Thursday night the Ladies Cir-
and Oaora-e n. Uana. Dufcnd-
ante cle will be held at home of with us, and we hope? they __
Notl..e Of cultPrnp.rty u --
Mrs. Sarah Prince.Friday night
To both Ann DounhmanAdJr
\lA'\\Unknown Prayer Band will meet at Mrs. In Th. Circuit Court Of Flnr.l.ln .
Uoorna R, Lane Addrsi. Un- Rebecca Allen's. Saturday the F.lvhlti' ",IIHnl Circuit laAII.I
known. Fur Prmlford County FOOD FAIR
You An Ilernhv Notlfln-t- Mission will sell dinners start- ( No. SOS' own,
that an action to fnreoloe.. the ing at 12 noon. Sunday ser- Homo Security, Corporation a
following properly In Bradford of Oxford Financecimpanlc. oa.uo
vices will begin with Sunday .. Inc Plaintiff -v.-
COJnpyaVe.ri'0ordr.n! Ivln In the School at 9:30.: Morning ser- Cilauda Myi-ra. Janata My..., hl. os.cOlcE FOOD
PS TownahlD* of 7 SW.South.... Suction Range 19 1J. vice at 11. At 3 p.m. the Sun wife, and DefendantsNo'rlCN Gloria Brown on.married

East and belnit more Darttoulardy Light Pallbearers will meet 1 OK SALE
daacrlnaa: aa fu Iowa: at the church. Dinners will NotlceU !I. hereby o given pur-
Commence at the Southeastoorner uant to. FinAl l Decron. In
of Section 19 and run be served at 12:30.: Evening ser Korecloaure dated February 0.
thence South 89 <1'." A. vice, 6 p.m.Ebenezer. 1971, and .nter..d In Case No. FA I R
minute and 33 nerondu We.ta 893 or the Kluhlh Judicial Circuit -
dlatanee, of 1632 10 feet to ,in and for Bradford County.
point''he-of b.o< thus rdeacribed.. Baptist Church, Florida wherein Home,
,1001'110011I j Rev. Security Corporation a dlvl -
Leroy Davis pastor. Mon-
?Jntlnu. South 89 degrees 02 Ion Oxford Finance, Compan-
minuteand 83 a.cond Weot day night, 7:30 Bible class. les. Inc In Plaintiff and Claude
dlatancc of 240 fee to a Each Thursday night Prayer Uyere, Jmela My.... me wife.
paint; run thence North 0 de.. and Gloria Brown unmarried.are .
mlnulm and 27nd"na.t ... Meeting. Sunday School will begin Defendant. 1 will cell'> to
a O',0'' 450 Sunday services at 8:45. the highest and beet biddertor
feet. to a : thence, : cash at the ,front door of ONUS BUYS GOOD TNBU WID.. Hi. 341. QUANTITY alaNT9 KISIMVID.
North 89 degree. .. 01 mlmit'J. Morning service, 10:45.: Evening the Bradford County Court
and SJ a.cond. Ea.l a service, 6:30.: Houe onnthe'letday
of M40 tout to a point: run Greater 11:00: oclockAeM.
thence South 0 40.....*.. OS Allen Chapel of .r.h.I91I.. the follow
rolnuio and 17 .cond. West Church, Rev. C.E.Jenkins Pas Inlf decrlb aa jet
illntftnce of 450 feot to a FinalpDec .,
Joint Suva And tor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. forth In laid
of :
Excepting; therefrom snv pnrtiun Morning Service at II. Choir Lot 12. Ott. aibdlvlaton.
thereof' tying withIn the Union at Macclenny, 3 p.m. Eau Lavt.y. Florida, .r

rllllht or way or State Itnnd l 18 All Dated this 10 day ot Fabrl&
and Save And Excepting. that members and friends are any, 1911.Ullbert .
certain Graded road 'Reciting 10 Invited to attend. Evening service 8. Drown
the citY, hacnbeee,filed Ih" naatnet 6 p.m.Thought Clerk 0' the Circuit Court
Hampton. l Ylr I j ruy
Vou. Elizabeth Ann DouKhman for the week: God :It'CP.
inS (Ue"ro U. Lane antI ynu has wonderfully blessed us in William| b, Reynold _
fit are your required written to nerve dafennee"COpY. If this land, but many of us enjoy Gainesville Wea. t Florida 10th Avenu w ,w : ii

any to, It whose on the name Plaint and Iff- .attorney l- blessing and forget the giv- Attorney. for ""JJ1IJ',1 ,.2D ,' 1
limas le Elate: S, Hander. 13. er. All we have are gifts from t1; Bi -
West Call Street. Starke. Flor- God and as we enjoy these r
Ida and clerk' ills"f the the original": .SS.rV! withthe gifts we need to rememberthat *

Court on or before I. the giver has a standardthat It teems unfair that California _
1971 :'bo otherwise entered ao ;
fir the relief demanded In the Beware that thou forget not Dbneylands when there are
Complaint. tho Lord thj God In not keep other parts of the country

Hulbert SEAL R. Drown. ClerkkaClerkluh ing His/ commandments and Ills that are more In need of fantasy BONELESS rrrrrllr m.",,'
M. 521 23 4tat21', judgement and Ills statutes, eipttlally thin time of GROUND 11"11 CHUCK 'fusNtrrI '
which I command thee this day. year.IMPORTANT. SHOULDER


I_ 1 3 LBS TENDER rmnur S3 < ), TO SAVI IK U' '"

j jIn & OVER|/11'/11&11/ / 18 S1.O9Dash J IVIRYDAY.UWftlW pea tt i 6 B LB





accordance with chapter 193.201 Florida LI

Statutes.sessment, all To owners be eligible of said for property Agricultural must As-file t 19 C J IrIIY' $1.99 L[J Irrll.ej:: i LB 10 (

an Application for 'Agricultural Zoning with the \ -- PK G

Tax Assessor before _ _
on or April tat of each .
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year. No land shall be zoned as Agricultural t DOVE

Land unless a return is made as required by law, WHEAT FAMILY LIQUID

which shall state that said lands on January tat STYLE DETERGENT irrrrrfr32oz 4CELERY

t of that year were used primarily for Agricultural t BREADSTYLE BTL Italia: 590

purposes. The Board of County Commissioners Irllrllrti. /

sitting as Agricultural Zoning Board, L BREEZE 11'1&11! a LARGE STALK

t may require the tax payer of his Representative, t riiiimT] 2 7 i I1'mJ I 4J1a

to reasonably furnish the be required board such to information establish said' lands may I ur HIM!] DETERGENT $1 .24 "

were actually being used for a Bona Fide Agricultural COMPARE :, i : ;;,. .;.:' FINAL FABRIC us NO I
Operation. Charcoal. Lighter Fluid .'t.3151/ si.ty 11e TOUCH SOFTENER POTATOES,, IOl.UG 492
GrapefrultSectJons ..ever al tae4971: : / ii''o !

We urge all owners of such lands Mandarin rrlrrllr 68 C IS 7
t Oranges "0 4/l/ shed Ik IINIIftr! GT. UISH rtOClOA' .

Gatorade ., .w"2.0., : "Y1; .o.. ,.. 3/89/ 3/$1 lIe ORANGES EACH. 3

, to f file this Application in order to receive :

, the Agricultural Assessment. aio 101 aaANCIL FOOD


t Thanks t 'Oi..u [


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SufficientGovernor ",
Saying Nothing -"

Askew recently asked, and occursome waters have them, some

Justifiably so, for the information on don't, he declares). ,r"

which President Nixon based his r :

suddenand perhaps unconstitutional It appears to us that Lieutenant .j'

-- order to stop work on the Governor Tom Adams called the shot ",{,

Florida cross-state barge canal. correctly when he said that stoppingthe ;" I/\. \ '
,'" ,'
canal construction was "Just a _

The Governor asked the President's bone" thrown to the conservationistsby ,.,.
Council of Environmental Quality for President Nixon.

any studies and/or conclusions the ,
council made In recommending the Not that we're against "ecology"far --, ,.
from It. But our respected State .ter f J
halt to the President. Certainly, this \
and the men who prepared the i 1 1f '
Is only fair In view of the fact that ..
r ii}
has been made study of the canal have
nothing public excepta .
few unofficial statements by ama- asserted that the project ,

teur or professional ecologists that would have no influence whatsoeveron ::t tCi

the water supply of South Florida, J
they wanted the Oklawaha River to w C ''1 1t
stay the way It IsI.e.., beautiful nor would It significantly! affect the

(admittedly In a primitive way) but local Florida aquifer; and that all

too narrow, crooked, and Inaccessibleto adjustments in the aquifer would be

be enjoyed except by a handful of extremely localized, within two or

experienced fishermen and nature lov- three miles of the canal.

ers. Contrast this with the thousandswho

have been able to enjoy the area As pointed out recently In a talk .. '

since the opening of the Rodman dam before a local civic club, by Giles ;.... ...;,
reservoir recreation area! Evans, Jr., manager of The Canal :51,11! ,1 "r" ':: ,,

Authority of Florida, the Authority, .........-' .: i
representing the people of Florida,

has expended over $12 million since LAWTEY STREET SCENEThe

Last week the President's reply 1964 in acquiring rights-of-way; the 7".. ...." The Diary .-* ......
came In the form of a report to State Road Board had spent another business district of Law- was the office of Dr. GeorgeW the Cone Hardward Store.Sand-

the Florida Congressional delegationby $2 million for the State Road bridge; toy as it appeared about 1912 Brown, and the adjoining wiched in between the two was '
the National Council ,of Environ- the U.S. Congress had appropriated I Of Erastus G. Hill I when the original buildings, brick building was the Hiram small one-store white build- -
mental Quality. first constructed by members Trescott store. White tent on ing used by L.H. Hill (son of
$60 million; and the Corps of Engineers of the Chicago Colony, were. vacant lot was used for revival E.G. Hill) for his real estate
had expended over $50 million (Final Installment of a diary & useless for anything else still standing. meetings, and shed In office
As suspected, the Council's reasons -- all since 1964. written In January and Febru as they cant be split. front housed the "town pump." Figures in the 1911 Overland
for recommending a halt of the canal ary of 1877 by Erastus G, Hill "We got Into Cedar Keys Large frame building at left J (said to be the second car
were woefully weak and unsubstantiated who came from Chicago to establish about dark. This Is a place on housed the post office, a general Just beyound pump was the in Bradford County; ) were Dr.
1 supporting: data. They Included: In addition to its recreation poten- a home In Florida a a small Island about one mile store, and EE Burney'sl 1 "false front" frame building Brown, behind the wheel, and
"Alterations which would be tial, we are reminded by Mr. Evans short time after a colony of from the mainland & Is a very meat market. Fred A. Fisher occupied In 1912 by the Will his brother Barney Brown of
that the main reason for the canalIs some 33 Chicagoans had set scrubby looking town. We step was postmaster. Small dark Torode Store, and final two- South Carolina, who also livedin
about In the surface and subsurface to bulk commodities at a tled the town of Lawtey. After at the Island House kept by Dr. building Just beyound market story building on the row was Lawtey briefly
water". (an unproved accusation move his arrival In Lawtey Mr. Mcllwaln, no plaster &no paint,

which has been denied by Florida's savings over other modes of declined trans- Hill visited several towns In but we have a most excellent talking about the lands I had but In Florida. I wrote a good Fernandina, but I dldnt get a

eminent state geologist Dr. Vernon, portation. Barge costs have the area before finally decidIng supper of fried oysters, fish, looked at down the road & I long letter to Hellle, or rather chance to see him WI nearly
who has been researching Florida during the past decade, In the face to cast his lot with the good butter & milk & other turned Into my rustic couch finished one I commenced night. Meantime Gleason had
of continued cost of living Increasesfor Chicagoana. After a visit to things foreign td Florida. of him A made Mm be
acquifers for ) "the adverse which was In one corner of the yesterday & another to Ten
many years ; Gainesville, he returned to cove
every other commodity or ser- Waldo "Talked till after midnight room & made up on a 5 foot Eyck In which I am afraid I If was going to ruin the
Impact on wildlife and fish life" and used this town asa
2 from down the
moved 16 cent of men bench about 2 feet across. rather over did the thing in of the town
vice. Barges per elsaid
(directly contrary to statements base of operations while visiting coast, one at Manltee & the Sunday Feby 11th my description of the coun- allowed to go away.
by sportsmen who say the canal has all inter-city; tonnage last year-- over Arredondo Archer Bron- other Tampa. They talked up "Was up quite early for Sun- try, however it Is best to makeIt I would go to Temples & 'of
) 500 million tons. son, and other villages. He their section of course, but & the course use all my Influence to
actually Improved fishing In the area ; noted In his diary that "the day morning went over to strong enough....
"the Increase' In the number of potential trees all through this section by I a found little shrewd questioning stove & commenced a letter to "I got Campbell to figure on get other people to go there'
out that their
section Nellie Wrote till breakfast the cost of a house If I built too & that musntbedone. 'Why,
nuisance organisms such as U.S. Representative Bill Chappell, are filled with hanging moss
was badly damaged by die
Burrln, 'I have sold sev-
time went over to breakfast one here & he said It would says
mosrfiltoes" .(a statement dismissed of Ocala, has said that the sudden which all physicians say" lean frost, that malls only came & after breakfast the Dr. said cost 260the sort of a one eral acre lots adjoining the
as "hogwash" by Dr. James move by President Nixon to halt con- Indication of malaria. lie once a month & then they had he & Col. Rice Campbell & I wanted. I suppose I might piece he wants for 100$ each
Lackey retired UF professor and authority struction of the barge canal is "un- was reassured healthful that the area to come to Cedar Keys after Johns were going to look at build a little box which wouldbe & that 4 acre field next to him
was a as any In the It, over 200 miles. After they their lands & wanted me to a sweat in for Is worth 100$ per acre. I cant
; on marine biology); and "the constitutional. We would go farther country, but remarked: "I get pen summer
grew anything there was no along. I rolled 50$ less. It but sell him that piece for any;
go up my pants costs little
than that and that until
difficult control of increasing numbers say, more so dont believe a word people place to sell It, boats sometimes
& sleeves ft told them I build price to with Tem-
was more to a good sized compete
( convincing evidence is brought to light tell me, for all tell a different
of water plants" also two weeks
refuted on the way to ready. We started out at about house than It does to build a ples land.'
by Dr. Lackey who says thereIs by Its opponents, the canal stop order work story.against One section another seemsto & all Cedar Keys In bad weather & 10 o'clock & pegged steadily little one I looked at several "But you cant afford to let
proof that such Increase will only sail boats anyway till after 4. Crossed bays & pieces of land the him when sucha
no was downright stupid. unite to get the best of a strang I passed near station, go away, we get
er." swamps knee deep got pretty; but as the Capt has gone to man here we must keep him,
The diary resumes: On the return trip Mr. HlU thoroughly wet, yet had a first- Ternandlna I dldnt makea iy Dr. Harris labored with him In
"Thought we might j JUst as notes: "Didn't stop at Gainesville rate time 'ft we were all as M.., .headway in a trade. ,Have an the evening & Dr. Gleason told
I Help Make It.'Happen'Nothing t well go through to Cedar Keysas but got off at Waldo ft hungry' a. bears when we got ..v appointment with Mr.-Temple me what had been done & said
not for It cost nothing ex- got my clothes whlcb I left to' back. Didnt change my wet tomorrow to meet him at his they had fixed the Capt so he
tra. Soon after leaving Bron- be washed & I should JucYe'' boots or clothes but wore them new station & see what sort was anxious to see me.
worthwhile "just happens." The completion of the four-laning, son we came to the Gulf Hammock that starch was another thing all the evening. Called to see of place It Is. I expect I will "Thursday -- It still con-
i-.:: especially the short strip between Bald & for the first time I they dldiit have In this coun- Mr. Bradshaw &wife and stayed have to walk from here for tinues to be cold & wet, so
It may be hard to believe now, win and Callahan- becomes even more realized what Hammock land try. Lord stopped off at Tem- till about 8 o'clock. They are the train dont stop there yet." much so that my overcoat Is
ple's & I came through to Law. very pleasant folks, then pickedmy (Editor's note: The first Tem- quite comfortable & I get a
but gallons of blood, sweat, and tears Important In view of the tremendous was. The MIls 1olla, Cypress, tey & found everybody In good way In the dark across the .ple'a mill and home visited by taste of the unpleasant side of
were shed many years ago before Influx of tourists Into Florida expectedwith Oak, pine, palmetto and cedar health & spirlte.Made arrange- town among the logs and Mr. Hill were located at Thurston Florida weather. I get break-
the first paved road was constructed the completion of Disney World of grows small abundance& the growth ments to get my grub at Har stumps to the Drs. & talked a now extinct settlementon fast & go over to the depot
between Starke and Jacksonville. near Orlando within the next few years. ground. Vines trees twine fills all up ell the ri,'. & sleep at Dr. Cleason's. with him till midnight & tried the Seaboard railroad bet- with the determination of going 1

Some local businessmen opposed It in Although this project has hardly start- making an almost Impenetrable through, They all seem glad to see me my couch again.Monday ween Starke and Hampton. The down to Temples, when the (
back & have felt Feby 12th "new Capt takes
worried for station" me by the &
mentioned In arm
those days because they said it would ed it is already attracting droves of thicket.
fear I would get taken In some "Tls a most beautiful morn- preceding paragraph Is the later says he wants me to go down
make things too for folks to get tourists who want to see the site where "There Is but very little of -
easy where else Ing but rather cool. In fact, mill which was located on with him & look at that piece
out of town to spend their money In all of these wonders will take place. must this'land cost In cultivation for It cooler than any mornLvg sinceI the Seaboard railroad Just north of ground. Of course I hold
a large amount of "I attended the business have been here. The boys of Starke back & tell him
In the It Is
the big city.It money & time to do vicinity; of the no use to
It. The
meeting of the company in the & some of them last night present State Farmers Market. talk about buying, that wecouldn't
The of lands
scope Disney stag- are rich when
very once evening & had the honor of
were afraid of a frost but the It
was in this location come within 40 rods
took fighting also to have the road gers the Imagination, and a visit to got under cultivation, but I being the only outsider pre.sent Thom didnt get below 45--they Temple built a One home that which Mr. of a trade but he InnUfcwl$

designated as a state highway(old State the "preview center" at the site between wouldnt for undertake to clear 10 The rest who came being have a very nice crop of potatoes was later destroyed by fire, as upon my going with him & after
Road 13)), and to keep It running directly Orlando and Kissimmee even acres $1000 The Palmettos requested to vacate. The & cucumbers ft some other was his mill.) looking It over I asked him
are the largest I have seen, mem&ers chose their lands ft things that the cold would hurt The what proposition he had
through Starke instead of bypassing now Is a fascinating experience Just being some of them diary resumes: to make.
as big as the utmost good feeling pre & naturally feel anxious aboutIt. "I lie began to tell how
have valuable
us, as so many towns and to see what fantastic things are plannedfor one's body and 50 or 80 feet valled. Twas after 11 o'clock my eye on a piece
I dldnt bit of the piece &
get a cold just was how
east of the town much It
plat here
cities have been by-passed and finally this "entertainment capital of the high. They use them for
pU- when
we got back to the house. last night In consequence of & If I can make a trade with would be worth & finally' said
to have it designated as Federal High world." In Ing the for they last a long time The Dr. & I sat up a while my exposure. Something I the Capt. will proceed to busi- if I wanted It I could have It at
water & have no grainFarmers until It got to be bed timer couldnt have done 5$
way 301. anywhere ness at oace.: Tried to buy 20 per acre. Before the word
Another reason to redouble our efforts acres south of the to"Iat Mc- were fairly out of his mouth

Now. It will take another good fight, in promotion of 301 Is the pro- Culby the Capt clerk & he I said I would take It & that
of the State wanted $10 per acre He has closed the trade & I became
apparently, before the final decision jected long-range plan Diarya
cut the timber off of about 5 a citizen of Lawtey. I think I
Is made to four-lane 301 between Bald- Department of Transportation which acres & has really a fine pieceof have made a very good trade
win and Callahan, and between Wild- includes the construction of a major With moderate temperatures pound 10 years ago to pro- land, but they all seem to & everyone tells me I have

wood and Belleview, completing this connecting link from 1-75, north of returning come aweet the Springtime song "Wel,,We- duce a pound of chicken downto think they have a gold mine the choicest piece of ground In

important project from the Georgia Gainesville, tot-295southwest of Jack Greet Thee In Song" was In around 14 cents a pound to- under each acre."Wednesday the I haunt vicinity;

line to Sarasota. Nobody will deliver sonville. This super highway, as shownon the air, but we think we will day. & -- It rain hard diary for added anything to this

this project to us on a silver platter, the projected map, skirts throughthe keep our car coats and other I nothing cant meet can be Temple done of course.for he been so busy several, & days will,send having It

and plenty more "blood, sweat, and Santa Fe swamp In the southerntip Warm while clothing Old available for wont be on the ground such a as It Is up to a week ago

tears" will doubtless be shed beforeit of Bradford County, neatly bypassing a may have as some man more Winter dirty At a hearing In mayor's court day .. after dinner It held sided? of Interest would be
Is realized. Starke. It is easy to imagine tricks to play on us before; In Starke last week on the sale up some & Dr Harris, Col. for I have been clearing
what will happen to 301 traffic if the season is finished. Still of pornographic magazineshere Rice & myself took guns & UP land,. building fence, surveying -
one of the store officials went for Meadow larks In &.c all the time. Commenced
It was good to see this project this proposed throughway ever becomesa the old traditional planting date said that he had a young daugh- Tetaon field where the the house this
moved to top priority the Cham- of Feb. 14 Is almost here, so By Sam McGarvejr and he they are Ing. morn- '
up on reality. should not have ter that didn't want her making depredations on the me- win have to go down the
we to
ber of Commerce list of objectivesfor wait for weather long to see some of the terrible lons, cucumbers, & all green road today to see about some
the current year and to note thata U.S. 301 has been called "the life warm again. we get heavy rains, that section pictures used In the magazines, things. We drove them away & lumber & tools I need a

meeting In this Regard was heldIn line" of Bradford County, and the to say will the be least.soupy and a mess, and promised to censor the kept them away & killed 1/2 grub hoe & spade When the
magazines before furniture
they are
Starke on Tuesday, Feb. 16, with worst way to find out just how important brought to Starke for sale. We a we dozen tUng. besides getting a good lading & duplicate!shipped receipt have sent bill
We know that Art Schuli S. .
Lieutenant-Governor Tom Adams: as it Is to our economy wouldbe New River will be glad to see of hope that he will do so, because "Capt. Burrin got back from by mall to me. Nothing to add
to wait until it is there Is no justification from last "
a special guest. gone. night.Be a good girl.
the pastures green up again, We saw the Disney World whatsoever for the sale of such
as he lost a hay barn in a fire plans on TV recently and whilewe degrading publications
recently and that loss com- knew It was going to be
pounded his winter stock feeding a big affair, we'' had no Idea .
problems As a result Art of the Immensity; of the pro
is having to haul hay from ject. It Is forecast that an
more distant places additional 800,000 tourists will
.._- come to Florida annually asa '
The .
Bradford County result, and our local Chamber On a more wholesome note,
TELEGRAPH --.-. '1 of Commerce Is doUg we have a sure sign of springIn
c; II The recent cold waves have everything possible to see that our path ot our doorway-
ESTABLISHED: 1879 ':.:= slowed the growth of berries we get a share of that traffic a tiny, delicate violet which
and that Is apparent by the fact on t'S-301. We are planning portrays the beauty of Nature.
t.4Th. that there are practically none to see the opening of Walt Dis We started a clump of the
.B.bI.. being offered for sale along the ney's dream attraction whenit plants several years ago, and
highway. Usually, at this\ time opens this October. they have spread and each yea* x. .
M.MaaaFLORI of the year a fair amount of at this time put on a tiny
fruit Is sold that way as growers S. garden show all of their own.
A' ESS9i remember the word" of the "scrap" their fields for
Lord Jesus how He paid It In early-ripening berries We see where poultry indus- .
more blessed to live than to try leaders are promoting die ......--

ONK. receite. (The Acts 20, 3...) 0S export of chicken throughout The other plants and shrubsIn
< the world as of the Historical Society To HearT
It takes most of us at least most our yard are less venturesome
Dry weather lot
poses a of economical food available to and seem to be waiting
hall n lifetime to appreciate, problems for many persons, day. A spokesman
says chickennow for some signal that the winter lk On
through our own personal experience but not for road builders, and sells at only two-thirds cold I. over with and that It Antiques
J.. MATTHEWS. Editor.-PubUaberr the truth of the the rebuilding- SR-IS from of the price it brought duringthe is safe to bud out and bring Mr. and Mr
John Greene
...... each Thursday: sad entered .. Second words of the llut r. But Temple Avenue east to Clay depression during the 1930s, forth blossoms to brighten t the the battles* are pictured with some of f
U... Matter at the PM' Office at Starke, Florida what a blessed full and ulle County; has gone ahead at a good and that It Is an ideal food scene. So maybe they are antique which will I Ied b be displayed and discussil .
...... Aet ef March Srd 1ST*. ful life would result If weacrepted rate a. a result The city; utility for the peoples of the world smarter than that little old at a meeting of the Histories l Society In the Starke LI- ta in" erect 1 Fe.,. M.OO; Outside. Hi* words in 'our and; line Is the have weather been re-located who live .In food-short countries. violet, but In the meantime, biary 500 bottles tonight In(Thursday thefr ) at 7)30,.;Th. Crene. stays
good He credits
production w. have one touch of color collection Cost of them, unearthed
youth, and lived the long at
er.,. neat 1 WJO the project should be old homestead
year. them I completed Improvements which have and It is at they say, "a sight sites In Bradford d I land Clay Counties.
years by In the near future. But If brought the cost of 37 cent for sore eyes." public. Is Invited to attend tonlj:Iht'a) meeting.I The

Pace 12 Teletraph February 18. 1971

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]By Mm /D. 1:. DO SAVE -- -------t d\? (51=) ,

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Hampton City council: MOD. S&H GREEN STAMPS
day evening awarded the garbage -
contract to Roy P. Glover

for under$80 Paul a month Landry, as low of Starkeat bidder Everyday Low Prices!

$3 per home, or approximately : '

up garbage$240.(can Glover and It to paper pick) < I? L L Weekly Specials!

every Saturday, In plastic begs )
Wlllard Thomas accepted responsibility -
for the Hampton
Cemetery a post left vacantby
the recent death of T.J.
Alderman. Mr. Alderman had
been preparing maps of the
cemetery showing which plots
were available. i
Mrs. Prances Wads worth wag iijoaeehF
named by the council to check
with the county to see If recreation -
funds could be used
to build a basketball court on
the lot next to the city hall.
Since: the fire truck from the t3TAMPl3
forest service has not beenIn

lack operation of volunteers, and due to practice to the SAVE PRICES GOOD THURS., FEB. 18 thru WED., FEB. 24

on a regular basis, the council 20c
voted to turn It back to
the Florida Forest Service. PER LB. SUNNYLAND
Receipts for the month of ,
January came to $641, with -v A 14-17 IB.
$410 of this from the cigar- TENDER SMOKED AVG.
ette tax, $127 from utility tax
and $102 real estate taxes.Disbursements r I
added up to $678.Of .
this, $242 was salaries,$100
attorney's retaining fee, $85 t
for street lights, $29 each for
city clean-up and preparing the 1 s kk
tax roll.
Two more mercury vapor
street lights will be installed,
the council voted. These are
added to several put in the
last two weeks on side streets
In Hampton, after those on the SHANK HALF 49C
main street replaced the old
street lights some months ago. WHOLE LB.
Frees Powell of Starke
began Vicky work Tuesday at Hampton lm... ____________ : _m__ __ _
pw 111"] I1' 'lfI".1nIllV
Elementary School for the
remainder of the school year.
Mrs. Powell, who will teach ar "x. ALL GRINDS
reading was added to the teach- W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CHOICE ;
ing staff due to the Increased RIBROAST DELMONICO OFEP ED a'I ASTORCOFFEE
enrollment at Hampton.
Two years ago, 177 was ave- SOUT
rage enrollment, last year It MAYONNAISE,. Mayonnaise s'
went up to 197, and this year STEAK tun
has Increased to 217. Lunches 1 r l
served In the cafeteria have
been about 187-192 daily, In recent -
limit I WthS150 Mo Purchai
or *deluding Cigoi<>t1.i
weeks. Classrooms have SAVE limit t With 7 SOorMoi>r Purchni Excluding Cigcu t.t
from 27 to 38 students in E-Z CARVE 30c
grades one to six Mrs. Pow- SAVE"BONELESS"
ell will raise the number of OVEN tae
09 59
full-time faculty to 11, plus $ $
two teacher-aides, and speech, READY ,
art and music teachers who
come to the school during the SAVE

woods fire off SR 325 Just .
south of Hamptort at boon Sun' .. ..
day shot up clouds) of smoke, JAR
but was put out before much 1-LB. ,I
acreage burned. Florida For- LB. LB
est Service plowed fire lines
around the blaze just south of CAN't.
the railroad tracks, containing '.
It. Even with the smoke billow-
Ing in the sky, it was a sharp
contrast to the same hour the
Sunday before when the

weather produced high winds, Roast $109 Tissue 6 200CT.PKGS $100 3 $1' $228
ty tornadoes of the area,and plan- ... Catsup B26 TLS Detergent BOX


and Mrs.Mrs.T.F.Lynn Brown Hall and attendeda Mr. Gr. Beef 3-s $l59 Napkins OOCT.PKG... 10C Macaroni .s25c Juice 3 sa $100W.D

birthday supper for Miss

Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- Steaks $139 CT. $1 2 $1 Cocktail 4 $1
nen evening.Mr.on .Bedford Lake Saturday ... Napkins: Chips PS OS. aNs's

and Mrs. George Williams -
Howell Williams, and

bama Charlie last. Baker weekend drove to visit to Ala-relatives Pork Chops 69C Tissue 8 :PACK i 88C Juice .3 SB $1 Corn 6 CANS' $1

Mrs. Mary Watterson spent Quantity RigKti. ...,.d
last weekend with Mr.
Buford Mitchell at their homo >4 -mr-- w-ror-\'lII: at Brooklyn Lake. ....
E.M. Silvernall and the J.P. iJJSJQlsl -lam'U.\ No.1' ,
Hazens of Ocala, and Mr. and WHITE OR YELLOW ASSORTED r S.
Mrs. Major Lanier of Hampton \ MORTON MEAT .
Wynns one afternoon last week.
Mr. and Met. Leon Thomel-
son of Jacksonville and Mrs. TISSUEDINNERS
M.ilanor Wynn of Therella were

visiting weekend.Mr. .the Wynns during the _

and Mrs. Kenneth Brown .
and family were dinner guests LImIl5Wth$7.50orMor.Pureho..E.eludln9Clgor.n. limit 3 With 17.50 or Moc.Pur Wednesday at Ralford with Mr. SAVE 5OCe
and Mrs. Jack Crawford. Mr. I
Crawford had Just been discharged

pital. from St. Luke's Hos- $ $ CHICKEN $

Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hicks
and family were dinner guests .

Saturday Mrs. J.L.evening Dykes with at Santa Mr. and Fe SAVE SAVE. TURKEY SALISBURY 20
Lake in honor of Mrs. Hicks' 25c 25. MEATLOAF 3
: e SPAG. t Mil/ LB
fa Th. Clr,ilt'"'"CnwM O. Florid ROLL 1300-CT.. MAC.4 CHEESE 11-0&.
Jmllrlnl' Orr.U.I ,
'* KI.MH; '1:111 I
A ArtlaK>.4 Fnr llrnillorrt C e .tr. a PKGS. fOR r

C" r..
Salt! Jfi;;
C".r1.ttnnOf: Bhv.. Plaintiff' ,
.".. Thomas Jack 8h w. de

fendant.TO: Thorn Jack 8h! .w j

ar that And.r.on bun nr to an tiled r your.nulr action It anil.on.written.d..In.t Folrta."to for dlvorr d rv.At-f;.and Crouch n a orn.."convf ra It Oranges 10 fOR59C Oleo .6 PKGS.' $100 Steakettes PKG.: 89c

O. Drawer
Florid and
Jot?. Oaln vllU.\
of th the. above orlKlnal alyl with: ..d the Court Clark on $ 00
b.for the llth *." ofMar..h 3 )
or .11 fOR99C $1 ;:

a.lud..m.nt* ln.t 1ITI you'In( otharwlaa for th.h mar the Complaint.Wltnaaa b.r&l.f and a. FI..4'USl d.mended ..- Apples! ,'!LAROE ri .es..3 pints M Sprouts I vn29e .

of of ..14 January.Court my A.D.on this 1171.WhdaJT '16-or.

and Clerk forDKdfoccl of the Circuit County.Coart.Flora . .
B.ul.h M. 10100<1,. Dtnutr '
' "r.,:: Crouch. Anderson cad 2-lB. '
P F Folds O.! n.Drawer. test Carrots BAG Potatoes.39C Gr.Peas..5: : 1o0

Oalae vlll.. .Iorld".u ? l.tJr .

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Benjamin L. Moxley TO, too In Jones IN JONES CHAPEL
of Mr. and Mr. B.L..Moxley.
Jr., of Stark, has teen 'Promoted t 1-
to the rank of cadet Mrs. Myrtle G.
.. Mae Jones 70.
of Crlffls Loop
corporal at the Georgia MilItary In Brooker died Sunday Feb.
College Mliiedcevllle. day..Feb.ll. In f Shands Hospital, Calnes-
Ga. He Is a member of the ty; Hospital after
after a long Illness. She
ne... She was *
college freshman class and U born In Flora, Miss on
serving In Band Company of the 29. 1899. 1900 and had lived CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST
Cadet Battalion. Brooker since and CHURCH Bible Study 10 ..m.} -
) 1929 was BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Sundays
Lee GrlTOs S-100 A Starke
Highway School 9:45 a.m. ,
member of the Brooker As- Sunday School 9:45 .m. behind TBS- Morning Worship and Common
ber of Grace (Grids Loop Morning Worship, U tun.Youth 301 North
SERVICEMENNavy Her husband was of God Church.: Her Morning Worship 11 sum. Youth Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Fellowship, 6 p.m.Choir Practice tee Frees Drive In, ,Sunday ion Service 11 a.m. Evening
bert Priest. was the late Robert Service 6:00 p.m.E.enlnsWor- Worship at 11. Training Wednesday 8 pjn. School 10 sun. Worship Ser- Worship service, 6. '
Airman Apprlenace Surviving Is Jones. ship 7p.m. Union, 6:30. Evening Worship -Rev. Robert D. Burch vice 11 ajn. and 7 P.m. Prayer Wednesday Worship service
Howard P. Rhodes son of Mr. Mrs. Ruth Ella ; are 11 sons: An- Thursday night Prayer Meet 7:30. Mid-week Prayer Meet Servlee 7:30 p.m. Wednes: 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell,

and Mrs. Earl M. Rhoden of brothers Pete Jones Donaldsonvllle, 7:30 p.m. ing, Wednesday 7:30.Rev..
Route I I. Ralford. was graduated fls, all of Starke; .; Victor and Bill Jones, Ivy Luke Pastor Don R. Drawdy Pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN., .. .'
from basic training at children and ten ; Jack Tom Sonny Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Grime, associate pastor CHURCH
the Naval Training Center. San children. Gerald Jones,allot Calnes. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Ing Worship 1L Training Union, Sunday, School 10 Morn'.
Diego. Funeral ; Cecil Jones, Zellwood; BAPTIST CHURCH KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST 6:30. Evening Worship 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, 11 ajn. Evening'
at 2 p.m. Sunday Jones Lee stag: ; 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Sunday School 9:30; Training BROOKER Worship, 7.-JameaSllaw. pas

CARD OF THANKSWe morial Chapel Jones Homesteadl Starke;and Mack : Sunday School 10 sum. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
Odom officiating. Hazel: seven Preaching 11 a.m. Training Union 11 sum.; Evening Worship Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Services 11 a.m. and 7

wish to thank all of our In Klngsley ., Mrs.Mrs Ruth Norman Shivers, 5:45 p.m. Evening worship 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: intr WorshiP U aan.: >Evening p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH'
friends and neighbors for their ; 7 p.m.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Worship 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor BROOKER, FLA.
Ethel Mae
; Mrs Russ -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor Rev. Robert West.
Pastor .
7:30 Wednesday.Rev. Sun
kindness good will and charity Mrs. Viola Windham, Meeting, p.m. Rev.Jim Temple pastor. -
at a time when It was really SALVATION Mrs. Mary Moser J.C. Saunders pastor. CHURCH OF GOD day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
needed and deeply appreciated. UNIT TO ;Falls, Texas; Mrs. Le- CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. Superintendent.Training
-Edgar and Denise Akrldve and Guarino, Orlando and Mrs. OF PROPHECY BROOKER Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship nlon, 6:45 pjn. Lowell Douglas
family.Jacksonville. The Bradford Torres,Houston; ,Texas Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Worship II a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 Director. Worship Services Uajn.
Heights Service sisters Mrs. Viola Mer-; Worship, 11 a.m. Young Union 7 p.mEvening Worship Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday p.m.Rev.. Y.W. Kldd pastor. ., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music -
People's Service. 6 p.m. 11 Morning Worship -
School a.m.
Salvation Army 8 pjn. Wednesday director.
Visalia Calif; Mrs. Evangelistic Service, 7 p.m. 6 Training Union
7:30 Everyone p.m. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
noon Friday. service p.m.
Wilson, Jackson, MI...,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Sunday School 10 Morn-
Garden welcome. a.m.
Mrs. Dora Smith of Cal- BAPTIST
7:30: p.m. Come and worship Wednesday -7:30 PrayerServices. 11 and 7
L.L. Parker pastor. Ing Worship, a.m.
mind ; 48 grandchildren and ,. 16 N.
with us. .
bars to attend.unit, area were held .Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor pjn.Rev.. Fred John, pastor. Morning Sunday Worship::;School 11.:Training

BusinessDirectory 11 a.m. Wednesday In Jones GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service -
NOTICE OF Chapel, Starke with FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. Midweek Prayer'
125 Northwest of
TO DISSOLVE G.C. Fogarty; officiating. Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday Services (Booster Band Young/ Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; Lawtey.Highway Sunday, 10 Service 7:30.
was In Dedin Cem- School, 9:30: : Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service). 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m.Even. School Sunday a.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe. '
Morning Worship 11:15.
Notice Is hereby near Brooker. U; League 4 p.m.Night Service Worship 7 p.m. Ing Worship 7 p.m.;Wed.Prayer Night Service 7:30p.m.: pastor
the provisions of 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service, Wednesday Meeting and Bible Study. 7 Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
Florida Statutes, pastor. 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland on Book of Psalms. 7:30 Rev. Albert Knight, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST'OF
Auto Sales and Service corporations Earl S. Jones Pastor. p.m.Preevvatt, pastor. Everyone pastor. LATTER DAY SAINTS
same being Telepoapb."r'Services HeldIn FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. 1404 E. Bessent Road
the laws of Florida STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Priesthood 8:30: ..
Parrish Motor ing to the records HamptonEarl Sunday School. 9:45; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) LAURA School BAPTIST 9:45 CHURCH m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sac-
partment of Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- 10 a.m.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday : am.l! ;. rament, 8p.m.Monday .
every such MYF groups, 6 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Train. Sunday Service:Sunday School Morning Worship, 11 a.m.EvenIng Mia 7:30 pjn.
ALEJ delinquent for one 19 of Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Ing Union 6:30 p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, Worship., 7:30: p.m. Mid- Tuesday Primary 4:30 P.ITU
SERVICE years In the Stanley Janes, Feb., 7 pjn.Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45 a.m. Evening Service,7:15 week Bible Study Wednesday. Wednesday Relief Society;
PARTS and payment of died Wednesday 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- 7:30: p.m. 7:30 p.m.
provisions of as the result of injuries 7:45. 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 p.m. Be In church Sunday. Jesse D. Branson Branch

Always GMd Vied Can Florida Statutes west In of an Starke.automobile lie was ac- -DeWltt T. Farabee. Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Rev. W.B. Mercer pastor' President.

ttl ....r..I&. Ph. 354VMS4 der the provisions In Dunedin on Nov. 1.
tion 608.36. In Hamp LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL .. .
said corporations and had lived -------- --- --------------------------
over ten years. HOLINESS CHURCH r
ELECTRIC classed
as subject
Surviving are his parents Sunday 9:45: a.m.! 1111I11111I1111I11I111I"11"11I1111I1111I111111I.111111I11I ""
and that .
tion, Worship

after date of this and Mrs. Earl L. Jones, Morning 11 a.m. Youth "f
PEAVY BrothersElectric each and every ; a half brother, Steve Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship I .They want me
tion listed below Hampton; and his 7 p.m.Tuesday.
Co., In the meantime Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeting 7:30: to come to church.: J

Electric Motor parts due and Funeral Jones services Graham.were held p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chaunceypastor.
slue under the
Sold Serviced KeealMtGenerators Section 608.33. 2 p.m. Friday In the Hamp NORTHSIDE BAPTIST \'ellIommll': they do want her In church, for In :
Christian Church with Rev.
Starters ArmheRewinding.
tutes, will be CHURCH .
Governor of the E. Shaw In Santa officiating.Fe Cem-In- Sunday Morning Worship I the church they han a place for all age.*.. No child Iid t
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-1528 was
( ride who will with DeWitt C. Jones 9:45: ; Sunday School, 11. Sunday

**"* ation at that Home In charge. Evening Worship, 6 p.m.TrainIng (.. too ;\uuri to leun. This.. also Provides'ou Ian t
PIANOS said corporations. Union, 7:30.Thursday ,
: t
BRADFORD Teachers and Officers .
Southern Marine Meeting, 6:30. Prayer uppottunity to wouhl!|> and. glue' :=
YAMAHA PIANOS Inc.;Starke Fla Meeting 7:30.Edward t
CONN and KIMBALL It Is further CARD OF THANKS C. Harvey pastor .'
undivided 1 attention to ilunih ei-\iie. II t tJ'
ORGANS copy of this notice
one time In the Our recent sad loss leaves ; .
I :.I,.Ii
'COUNTY with grateful hearts to- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ; -'.''' 'al!= -i".. :"
'TIriWNpnrhihlinNlrtray' -
g .
:'neighborsand friends METHODIST CHURCH .
newspaper i uavs
',Florid," In which ; comforting expressions ,Sunday School 10. .m. Morning < .: r .
homo office of sympathy and thoughtfulness Worship II amt Youth'Service In' nlioiild/ iiu u antl irlifii/ lit I ; :
ed corporations always be remembered. 6 p.m. Evening Worship
be located.IN family of Stanley Jones 7:30: p.m. Tuesday night Prayer I '+ in ulil,,. lie will not 1 1.I..ptll.t
WITNESS Meeting. 7:30 p.m. ,. .
Rev. Neal Starling pastor. I r' 'I
have hereunto set "
f i fill/ it. :

ORGANS Sunday School 10 a.m.
at Tallahassee, the
Roosevelt M.n-3M.asI. ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening
10 of -
the day School 9:45: ; Mom-
Worship 7 p.m.; Wed. Prayer 1
"*"" Worship, IIi Training Un-
1971.DEPARTMENT ; Meeting and Bible Study 1I
WESTERN STORE NUE 6:15; WMIJ Pryaer Circle 7:30., 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- a sky dd I 1t
Evening Worship :
: ; Ing every Monday 7 p.m.
J. Ed Straughn
MondayYouth Choir Prac- t
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Every- ,
TuesdayMission P.m. Friends one Welcome.ST. t tt

Western Store It 2118RZERASE In Action, Acteens, 3:30 EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ,
RA's, 6 p.m.Wednellday STARKE t t
Meet- CHURCH ,,'
Prayer .
Western Clothing Leather- Business Meeting 7:30 Father James Cregan,pastor. I t.
ffoodk, ftaddleoi and Trailers PAPER, Mlmeo Church Choir Practice Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday Ii i I ."
Charles Sharon Petty Paper Notebook Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass,
101 S. Ucewood SM-UM Bradford Count -Denton Sumrall. pastor. 7 p.m. I
Confessions Saturday 6 .
-- :
p.m.School I II11"/ f N'I I ,, "
of Religion:
Grade School -- Sunday 11 :

a.m. to 12 noon. Iht Church it God t appointed, .,'..,lit Mm wailtf,lor ipnodinf, ,iht hnawltdgi ol.Kit lava 'j:\1\;T1f! II '
High School -- Wednesday I 'lor man and of Hu, d.montl'110ft' ittpond ro'trial'' 'lovi b,lovmf' hu neighbor. ,Without,' :

KARATE 7 to 8 p.m. t 1 the |ioundm, | III! iht .lava of God. .. $" or tatiflr. Of way of, Mo will long t:; 9. I ,:
JUDO tnifira. and >ho IrMdamt whuh ..told 10 dun will, ,Miovirobly pwith, Th.ioforo. ..... : : '
ST MARY'S CATHOLIC I "from a ttlflth point, ol. "'.. ana tftowld lupport I Iho hutch .for 'tho toko of' Iho wilforoof -S.: !1 I
CIIURCIIMACCLENNY hinull, and hit ''amI,,. brand thai I "ho.' ...., i..if p."nholdpnad and pa> !Q .,
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy I 'lilt, doilh' and ', Iho .
lmpo'0' In Iho (him botoutf "talk Itio "Hum' about mane I dtilin. .f'tl
Day Mass, 5:30: p.m. I ,truth. whKh alone will, Ml him hay. ra,luo, m.huId, ol, Cod IS
tor c...-........i. t

CHURCH, STARKE _____________ __ -----_--------
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor-
CHRIST ning Worship at II. Training

Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship STARKE "66"
7:30.: Wednesday Prayer FLORIDAEST
"BREAK" Meeting, 7:30.: --Fev. Leon T. SERVICEBill
Odom, Jr., pastor.
V c, Edwards Ph. 964.7231
10" of Concrete FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH <: :

STARKE !( ONTROLft Tire Truing
\ 'i:; With Hand and Head Opportunities for service: u
r 9:45: --. Headlight Adjusting
p Sunday--Sunday School "
Morning Worship at 11, sermon (MM"" COL
:p "CUT" "God and Caesar.TrainIng Brake Service
Valor, 6:15: ; Evening Worship Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
Wheel Balance and
"J : t.I. 7-30: sermon "Sin In the
Off Neck
.' Potato Life of Samson." 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Alignment
I.'J "
;' I. .>... With Machette Monday--Youth, 7 pm.TuesdayJunior. Choir Practice 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 964.5745 for FREE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE

Choir GirlsIn Hiway 301 and 100
{ 1 ':t "THRUST" Action 3:30: p.m.. Girls InAction Inspections and Estimates All Minor Repairs

ACTEENS, 4:15.: New tlO S. Temple Starke
River Baptist Association Executive 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

DYNAMIC'! NaU Through Board 7:30 p.m. Committee Meeting,

With Fist WednesdayFamily Night BRADFORD
Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIES EDWARDSCrocery
and RA. Meeting, 6:30: ;
"EXECUTE"Judo Teachers and Officers Meet- Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
DRAMATIC! Ing. 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice -

and Karate 8:15.Thursday: :. --Home Mission Featuring Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed Better, Service For Your .-

Maneuvers Book Study. 5:30 p.m. Complete Paint Suppliesand GAS AND OIL Title Problems '.

DIFFERENT!I -W.A. Hogan pastor Sporting Goods Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts

"Check With Us Fint"2J9
CHURCH PHONE 964.5312 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. St. 964-5270
Holy Eucharist bat and 3rd .
SR 100 4 MILLS WEST or
Sundays, 11 ajn. Morning Pray
'A Rare er, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday -
WED., FEB. 24 11 .m. ,
UnforgettableExp.d. Lenten service Wed. nights :.
7:30 p.m., prayer sermon and F Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically" ::

i .. e. 7:30: P.M. discussion.EWCSundays. 6 p.m. -Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911MOXLEY

-John M. Flynn, Rector

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Keystone Woman's Club To Host i

[: HEIGHTS MELROSE ] District Five Arts and FestivalThe children.I .

F.F.W.C, District V Fine received word from my
Arts Festival will be hold on
mother Mn. Grant Roth-
Friday Feb. 19, at the Wo- hammer that she left Tulsa,
Keystone Hil ices man's Club of Keystone Heights.
"" Eighteen Senior Woman'sClubs Okla. last week with a friend
"I for a vacation In California, ,
I By GLORIA i seven Junior Woman's where she will visit sisters Ik vtt
REDFEARN la Clubs and one County Federated
gar and brothers and other relatives -
Club' will be at the
Please. Call 473-3288 473-4182 1Mr represented .
Mothers of the Cub Scouts

GREEN-CROSS on Lake Geneva on Sunday 9 The with program will begin cof-at are planning the annual Blue ,
a.m. registration
< and Mrs. A.B.Wat.lcnan- Feb. 14, prior to the wedding fee hour. The will and Gold Banquet which will
nounce the marriage of their of Agnes Cross and Ron Green. at 10 o'clock. meeting open be held In the Parish House
daughter. Agnes Cross to Out of town guests were Mr later this month.
Ronald Green of Live Oak. The and Mrs. W.W. Charles of Miami SCHEDULE Students at Melrose Elemen-
ceremony was performed by and Dr. and Mrs. A.B. tary School received report
Stewart N. McCord. pastor of Watson, Jr. and sons, Tom 10:45: Sewing Contest FashIon cards last week. If :you have
the Community; Church at the and Bob of Craig Air Force any questions about them or why
Watson- Home on Lake Geneva, Base, Selma Ala. A :yellow 11:15 Decision of Judgesfor your child made the gvade he

Sunday afternoon Feb. 14, and and white color scheme was and Crafts.Sewing Contest and Arts did. you are urged to talk to District Governor Entertained
was attended by the Immediate carried out with the table coverings his teacher. I
families of the bride and groom. and flower arrange Crafts 11:30 Viewing of Arts and A note to put on :your calendar -

Guests were served champagne ments. Exhibits. ) Friday Feb. 19, will be a By Keystone RotariansDistrict
12 Noon
punch and wedding cake The hostess was assisted by ? Buffet Lunch and teacher In-service day at Melrose -
Immediately after the cere- Mrs. Michael Redfearn. Announcements. Elementary School.School Governor F. New- The District Governor also
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Green _u__ 1 p.m. Adjourn. will be dismissed at noon. ton Roberta of Fernandina urged members to attend the
will make their home in Live ROTARY CLUB The Melrose Action Committee Beach was presented with a District Conference In Jacksonville -
Oak upon their return froma The Rotary District Governor Mr. and Mrs. Ellis and son, Jay, Jr., inspect ane of met last week for a short black and chrome ice bucket, April 222324.
wedding trip to Atlanta Newton Roberts from Far- ttielr hundreds of plants at Camellia Lane on Paradise Fine EXHIBITS business meeting at the Pub- embossed with the Rotary seal During the morning, Gov.Roberta -
Arts drama
nandina Beach spent the day Lake. music lic Library. by Keystone Rotary President met an assembly with
WOMAN'S CLUB In Keystone last Friday. Mr. poetry. Watt Hardonbergh at last Fri club officers, and during the
The monthly covered dish Roberts gave a talk on Rotary Art Landscape and Marine WOMAN'S CLUBA day's luncheon meeting. afternoon a club golf tourna-
luncheon will be held on Tuesday Information for the district and Camellias Are A Way Of Life Sail Life Life and Abstract. business meeting was held Using his theme. "To bridgethe ment was held, followed by a
Feb. 23 at 12 noon. Mrs. International news at the noon Photography mounted. at the Melrose Woman's Club gaps." the District Gov- hospitality hour and dinner at
Clifford Board of Gainesvillewill luncheon meeting. Following Crafts ))7 categories as recently with Mrs. AI Bach- ernor described many of the the Keystone Golf & Country
Ellis Family outlined In Club President'sadvance
be the guest speaker and this a Rotary Golf "Scramble" For Jay. mann. president, presiding. so-called gaps that divide the Club.
the program will be "Mrs. tournament was held. The team Lane Paradise acre "spread" on Paradise notices. There was a display of Items nation today-- generation gap The District Governor also
Boyd and Foreign Friends." of Wally Muhlhofer Fremont If Camellia on which had been made by mem- social economic environmental official visit to the
Lake sounds like a storybook Lake since 1940 when he became The home of Mr. ana ...... gap gap paid an
for the luncheon will Tolles Phil Parson bers of the club. These members and Club Feb.
Hostesses and Bill right. Interested In the lake Charles Belk burned to the gap many Starke on Wednesday
be Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs.R. Baker were the winners. Friday tltleyou're region around Keystone on trips ground recently and the fam- also urged display these others "It Is time to start
Lambing Mrs A. Vance evening a Club Assemblyand it is.There's Involvedthe -- to the area with Jacksonville ily lost everything In It. Mem- items at the District 5 meetingof taking steps to help bridge these
a story
Mrs."D. Maples, and Mrs. H. held at the the Florida Federation of he adding thatit
Banquet were of a project that began youth groups. On one of these bers of the community are try- gaps said 10.KEYSTONE
Driscoll. Keystone Heights Golf and story with lone camellia outings he learned from the Ing to help lessen the blow by Woman's Clubs in Keystone could be done If concerned!
Country Club at which time Mr. plant In 1950 and has grown Dodd family of MIdlakes a- helping to replace some of the Heights on Feb. 19. citizens were willing to contribute -
ART FESTIVALJust Roberts collected and heard to fantastic proportions today bout available property on another necessities the family needs. Attendance was also dis- personal service as well
a reminder that members reports from the Committee blue nearby lake, which turned If have cussed. as "purse service"
Its developers you money clothes '
who plan to exhibit art Chairman for the year. bringing silver out to be Paradise. He im- or household articles would Also under discussion were HEIGHTS
and enough you
or craft at, the Festival'on ribbons galore"to sink battle- mediately explored the area like to donate they can be more specific plans for the Mrs. John Strawn 4th place.
Friday Feb. 19, should be at SJRJC/ NEWS trophies" a and Jumped at the opportunity sent to Rt. 1 I. Melrose or left next meeting when the group Thursday night winners Mrs.
the Clubhouse at P a.m. to Miss Dana Hayes daughter ship.The story began when Jay ; to acquire the attractive at the Baptist Parsonage. Rev. will tour the University; of Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. DIRECTORYS.
set up exhibits. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, Ellis then of Jacksonville oak-shaded lakefront property. Jerry Milton is collecting Items Florida at Gainesville. They W.H. Davies. 1st place; Mr.
The committee for the Val- was first runner-up in the of Paradise Lake near From then on the Ellises were for the family. Besides Mr.and will tour the new art museum and Mrs. Ray Starnes. Mrs.
entine Bridge Party and Luncheon queen's court In the contest now Heights-- acquiredone regular weekenders on Paradise Mrs. Belk, there two teen-agers and other buildings at the UnI- A.V. Bannister and Mrs.
wish to thank all mem- for "Miss SJRJC". Congratulations Keystone Rubra (red) camellia froma Lake, and along about 1955, girls. For sizes contact Rev. versity.; Charles Heptinstall tied for
bers and friends who attend to Dana. Winner of thecontest Jacksonville and wenton with eventual retirement in Milton. Hostesses were: Mrs. Ernest 2nd; Mrs. C.W. Hardy and E. McKAY. REALTOR
this enjoyable occasion. The was Miss Suzanne Per- from there nursery to win a blue view they started bringing downa Jack Stansel who has been Bartlett Mrs. Francis Miss Ira Hlllyer 3rd place;
club was beautifully decoratedwith rut daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ribbon In the 1955 Jacksonvilleshow few camellia plants at a time In the Veterans Hospital is now Chlappini, and Mrs. Francis Mr, and Mrs. Al Bachmann /YSTONE HEIGHTS 473-48U
the Valentine motif. J.M. Perritt of Orange Park. with a solid red "Tomorrow. and found they thrived In the home and doing fine accordingto Cole. Decorations were along MIlS Helen Dlttmer and Mrs.
Miss Perritt was crowned ." new environment.When his wife Lou. She says she the St. Valentines Day theme. W.J. Grollck, tied for 4th place. Appraisal Service
HERE: N' THERE during the half-time ceremonies "That really fired me up" Mr. Ellis retired lastyear would like to thank all those In Winners Tuesday Feb. 9 The Best in Lot front
.Mrs. F.G. Merrlck of Post. of the traditional Winter he and from then on his from his civilian Job with the community; who have beenso DUPLICATE BRIDGE were: A.V. Bannister and Mrs. Hemes
Acreages Rental
master's Village Is home after Frolics basketball game at St. enthusiasm says spread to other the Navy Department at the kind and thoughtful during his Duplicate Bridge Winners C.W. Hardy, 1st place; Mrs. !
a three weeks visit with Johns River ,Junior College. members of the family his Jacksonville Naval Air Station, stay in the hospital. were: Tuesday Feb. 2: Mrs. Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. ASSOCIATESMrs.

her son In Chicago and her wife Doris and two sons, they began the major operation Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and Gay Livingston and Mrs. F.T Hogue, 2nd place; Mrs. Melba
daughter In Ohio. ,Listed on the President's List Frank and Jay Jr.--until camellia of moving 16 large trailer loads children left this week to return Ray Staroes 1st place; Mrs. and Mrs. C.V. lltfen 473-47in
Mr. and Mrs Walter Gro- for the past term from our culture became an absorbing of camellias (about 500 plantsIn to their home In Memphis A.V. Bannister and Mrs. C.W. Roland Bryan Mrs. Bill Col. J. fhesNIiiiUon. 43'4b.9I.
lick hosts recently to Hardy 2nd place; Mrs. Mary Home 3rd place; I., J, KubtiiHOii 475.4011
were area are Roderick L. Hutchison hobby for the entire all) from their Jacksonville after a visit with his parents Miortle Mel-
a, samll family reunion In hon- and Patricia C. Mitchellof Ellis- family--almost a way of home to Paradise Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Allen. Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer 3rd! Bartlett and Mrs. HUM'hel Carr 173lO'.H
or of the birthday of her brother Lake Geneva. These--together with those already Robert McGuire, who recen- place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and rick 4th place.

Tom Hutson. "Greatness: Sandstone or life.Mr.. Ellis has owned a 45- planted here--must give tly Joined the service Is visitIng
Eddie Edelstein Is home from Granite" Is the topic chosenby them a total of close to a thousand his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the hospital following an auto- Dr. Charles LaPradd forMs plants ((Including some 400 Herman McGuire In Keystone.His Now For Business! !1H&V
mobile accident while enrouteto address to the honor students varieties), though Mr. Ellis next tour of duty will take Open
Gainesville. He suffered a of St. Johns River Jun- says he has never made an him to Germany.
broken collar bone and head ior Colleg e during the Term actual count. Glynn Rothammer and son
lacerations. n President's Convacatlon on Although he still wishes to Bruce, of Gainesville visitedhis
First news in Keystone of Thursday at the College Fine keep his amateur standing In sisters and families Mr.
the California earthquake<< was Arts Building Auditorium. Friday and Mrs. \/Irgle/ Howe and child- MOTORS
from Mr. and Mrs.Louis Kyle's The above named students (Continued on next page' ren and Mr. and Mrs.Chamblee
daughter who called them before from our area on the Presi ,. ,
they had even heard! a- dent's List and Dean's List Thrills spills and laughterwill Services Held

bout it. She happened to be are honored guests at the Convocation be In store for spectatorsat BASKETBALLRESULTS For Mrs. Miller Vk Vickery PH. 473-4400 Doug Hardy
the donkey game
In the telephone building and along with parents and
called them Immediately. SJRJC faculty. The students sponsored by the Keystone Of ParkOfPalmsMrs.
Mrs. J. Kendrick of Ocala will be recognized during the Heights Athletic Department Hiway 21, Keystone Heights across from Paladin Restaurant
visited her sister Mrs. Ro- program and they will be feted starting at 7 p.m. Friday Feb. By Jay Ellis Jr. Ethel B. Miller. 81,
bert Hayes last week.' immediately after with a 19. The game will be playedat of Park-of-Palms Keystone -
Mr. and Mrs. Hackle of Ap- reception to which the parentsand the Keystone gym and proceeds With one second left on the Heights, died InaGalnes-
pleton, Wis. were overnight faculty have also been in- will be used to buy a clock Rodney Mooneyham con- vlll hospital Friday, Feb. 12, M
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. vited. McCall's rebounder for the nected on a 20-foot Jump shot after a short illness She was [
Bachmann while enroute to According to C.L. Overturf team. to give the Keystone Indians: a born In Thompsonvllle, Conn '+C Jrf'
South Florida. Jr., dean of students and debate Local talent will participateIn dramatic 41.40 victory over on Feb. 16, 1889 and had resided y t
astride the donkey Jacksonville Rlvervlew on Feb- here for several
the game years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton coach at SJRJC they will
whose hilarious antics 9 In the KHS Surviving is her husband Allen
took Mr. Sutton's mother Mrs. host the District n High School stars urary gym.
Plebe to Atlanta last week- Forensics Championships Sat- have assisted many organizations Butch Bleasdale and Norman W, Miller, Keystone
with worthwhile projects.The Wilcox led both scoring and rebounding Heights; two daughters MrS- .
end.Mr.. and Mrs. W.H Redfearn urday.District n include 16 coun- public Is invited to sup- for the Indians with Elva Mattlx, Lakeland;and Mrs. r vfr
St. .entertained the Immediate ties of North Florida. Entries port this worthy cause and at 20 and 13 points each, and 10 R.J. Cottrell, Freehold N.J.;
family, at their lake front home submitted by Keystone Heights the same time spend an eveningof and 14 rebounds respectively. two sons, A.E. Miller Richardson -
delightful entertainment for Rlvervlew has one player at Texas; and D.C. Miller
young and old alike. Admis- 6 ft 7 In. and another at 6-5 Morganvllle N.J., and one sister -
sion may be paid at the gate and were able to outreboundthe Mrs. Hazel Heaton,of Con-
GUS & MITCH if advance tickets have not been shorter Indians by 51-38. necticut.
purchased. Scoring: Bleasdale 20; Wll Funeral services were heldat
KOZY PILLOW MOTEL cox 13; Brannon 4; Mooney- 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones
ham, 2; Heptinstall 2. Memorial Chapel Keystone _
AND RESTAURANTDAILY Jr-Sr High are: Debate Affirmative Heights with Harold Mackay
team-Hal Elsenacher and FALL TO CEDAR l KEY and Robert Willey officiating
WEEKLY MONTHLY RAT.ES Sally Naples; Negative team- The Indians lost 43-37 to Interment was In the Keystone

OR WITHOUT Pete Morgan and Doug Ben- Cedar Key on February 12 In Heights Cemetery under direc- .
WITH ROOM & Vic For These .
See .
son; Boys' Extemporaneous Cedar Key, tion of DeWitt C. Jones Fun- .. ;.- .,
HOME-COOKED MEALS HOME MADE SOUP Speaking-Marlene Keeth and Bleasdale and Wilcox led Key- eral Home y N1r'f.t.
Nancy humor; Original Ora stone's scoring with 14 and 13 Top Quality Buys. r
STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOOD tory-Larry Carroll and Katherine points respectively. Wilcox led Highridge tV .. J

Highway 100 One Mile West Keystone Heights Dodd, alternate Monteen the Indians on rebounding with
or write Box 49, Lak. Geneva, Flo. Brewer: Interpretation-Bar SPECIAL
bara Matthews and Nancy White. 12.Cedar Key out-rebounded Estate Lots I- I

The Keystone faculty; represen- Keystone, 51-35. .62 Chevy Impala r1r\
tatives are J. Zucker and Mrs. The Indians at home '
play on 4-daor sedan auto '%
Whlsler. February 19 and 22. 30 Pct. Sold >
trans., Radio Heater S __ 95 "
Hlghridge Estates with approximately RUNS GOOD!

.. .. 2,400 residentiallots
..-. ..- JACKSON PEDDLERSBUILDING off State Road 214 near
Lake Geneva Is about 30 per
;) : ; : : SUPPLY HOME CENTERUNITED cent sold, according to Miss '68 Champion Mobil. Home

-. Mary Ann Stewart, office man- 3 BR, Completely furnished 12x60
FOR SERVICE QUALITY & VALUE ager.The development started ten all (equipment set up with all

.. months ago on a 1.080 tractof you need Is linen & dishes to move in.
Good for Two Weeks land purchased from Seth
Sole Ends Feb. 25ih Kennedy of Lake Gneva Is $4.500
owned by Select Western Lands
eClalSDAY with home office In Deming,
OPEN ALL New Mexico. Webb Realty; Co., '66 FAIRLANE Squire Wagon, like '69 PONTIAC 4-dr. Hard Top Ven.

SAT.Quality with executive and Daytona offices Beach In MIami Is new. Radio, heater, power steering, air, tura, like new, 32,000 miles, Load

i- -- agent for the development. automatic transmission., luggag. rack. ed. Has warranty book

Approximately 32 miles of lay $2995
BLP TRUCK LOAD road have been constructed $1495
through the rolling hills of the

t MOBILE PAINT Paneling Sale area which touches on Little '64 '66 FORD Color'., 2 dr. Hardtop,
FALCON Radio heater
Lake Geneva, where beach facilities -
What Place Could Be Safer To 20% OFF 4' x 8' 3 Patterns will be accessable to standard tians. 7-litre, 428 V8, auto Trans., power

Line Hlghridge residents.The steering, & brakes. Was $1095Now
Keep. Valuables Than A Bank? on $10.00 or more order property will have a zoned $795

Our Bank PER area for mobile homes and $995
2.95 residential zoning will restrict
Ceiling Special homes to at (least 850 square 69 FORD Custom 4-dr. Sedan. Loaded
, 'At our bank then Ja t a safety deposit box In '64 FORD Galaxie 500, V-8, auto trans., ,

j;. it size. to fit' your need Rest -assured that your'rateableare 3 Beautiful Patterns 3/8" x 4' x 8' feet The developers of Hlghridge radio, heater wire wheel co".n. power Radio heater, power it.ering'auto.

. completely safe whenr yon .leave them ONLY 22C sq. ft ,. also have other Florida interests steering, vinyl roof. trans., air, vinyl roof & Interior.

ja our Modern vault. SHEET ROCK Including Intorlachen Lake $2195
: ,W bYe many othee, service *, too. Services PREFINISHED Estates, St. Johns Riverside $995

,to wit you and your whole family. Consult usoeosi Wood Mouldings Reg. $2.10 Estates ton Highlands near ,Sat Treasure uma. Willis-Beach '65 PONTIAC LeMons hardtop, radio

'oa an your bankta needs. near Crescent Beach and about heater, auto trans., Power steering

lox OFF M.89Peel 30 others, Miss Stewart said. '69 FORD Galaxie 599, 2-door, hard-top, air, white sidewalls, wheel covers.
Regular Low Price' So far there Is only one resident $995
V.8, radio heater, power steering, power
In Hlghridge, occupyinga
KEYSTONE STATE BANK mobile home, but others are brakes auto. trans., air, vinyl roof,
: & Silk FHntkote 34' expected to establish mobile vinyl interior. whit. tires & wheel '65 MUSTANG hardtop radio heater

. ....... r.D.LC. K.)1I.. tleigktar. P1. Floor Tilt sq. ft. homes or start building conventional cavers. auto'f bucket seats.
: homes In the near
: '-Toe ,PileiTr. Bank In Tour Friendly future Miss Stewart said. $2495 $995

ra ....,..w N. Cherry Behind Cadillac Phone 964.6078 The developers opened their
Lake Geneva office last April.
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I News Notes -----1 ,
Camellias .1

By Helen Egan .

(Cont. from preceding page) ClASSIFIED
. : order to be able to exhibit In
shawl and add more silver FELLOWSHIP CLUB property on Silver Lake.
trophies to Ms family's Imposing The regular monthly lunch Mrs. Mirtan Wilson of Hill-

collection: Mr. Ellis eon meeting of the Fellowship crest recently had an extensive
foresees the time that he might Club was held Thursday, Feb trip about Florida. Her
"go commercial" and start 11, at 12:30. Guests of honor sister Mrs. Howard Hill, of .. *'

reaping some monetary reward were Mr and Mrs. Lester Deland Joined her and they went
for his years of hard Sheets and Mrs Sheets' sec on to Tltusvtlle where they visited -

work and experiment >In a field Ing-eye companion, Beauty.Mrs. ) Mrs. Wilson's daughter and 4 Bedroom 2 bath homes .--- FOR SALE- Black and White

that up to now has been strictly Sheets will be guest speak- family the Andrew Sharpes. It CLASSIFIED AD RATES SKYLINE 1971 Just completely remxSeted.EJasy't : JIMMY MOORE'S portable T.V. OR will trade
hobby.. er at the next monthly lunch being the time of the Apollo Located on'Road for Guitar Amplifier of equal
In fact, he Is presently! constructing eon meeting on March II. Mr. 14 Moon Shot, Mrs Wilson's Minimum/ Charge ... ,. 1.75' MOBILE HOMES harms \ Information call SUN SPORTS value Phone 964-8494
100 South. For
a 30 x OS ft. greenhouse Sheets Is a member of the brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Coverg 15 words) IG
which will probably be Lions Club and serves as cue Norman Wood of Palmetto, 12' 60'I 064-7701. Uchg MOORE BOAT FOR
the first of Its kind In Florida. todlan of the building. Mrs. Joined them and they enjoyed Each word over IS-la50c x YOUR MONEY
,On top will be two covers. Sheets has talked to the Lions the lift-off from the Sharps Extra Charge 1 If not Bedroom $3'995 Tw Miles Of Starke
of Club the subject of blindness LEW'S 3 bed room' home, 2
an undercover polypropolyneblack on yard In Titusvllle. As Mrs. paid In advance FurnishedOLIN'S Stnrke Ph. 964.5791 masonry
( shade cloth) providing and how to overcome It. Wilson's relatives )live In south acroJ: land. pained:: : roes: sans '
the SO/SO sun and shade so Mr and Mrs. Swlnford who central Florida, she and her CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MOBILE WELDING SHOP Complete Outboard & fcrnituwt.' Price 1800000. $8,-

desired by camellias, and a are wintering[ at White Feather sister, drove to Ridge Manor, 11.50 Per Inch Stern Drive Service and 500.00 down: balance. :! $81.41
top covering of clear polyeth- Court, attended this meet- where they visited several cousins. HOME SALES Whimpering Pines Mo Repair Complete Fiber month A. J. Thomas, Realtor.:
elyne to hold In the heat. The ing as guests of Mrs. Julius Memorials -> Resolutions tel US 301 S. Phone Tel. 964-5701.
top cover will be peeled offend Hanson, Mr, Swtnford's( sl ter- Proclamations, ate -7c word Starke, Fla.-100 West 9618252UTILITY class' Repair. Custom-

thrown away at the end in-law. AN APOLOGY built Fiberglass Fishing
of each winter season, thus Following the luncheon, the This reporter has so many CARDS OF THANKS COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage TRAILERS Honls. Taking; applications for 1-

eliminating the danger of overheating club's own member, Mrs. Ze- friends and associates with the 10 word or less ..' 3.00 parents wanted. Borne CUSTOM nUILT
the greenhouse with a na Schlebe, showed some color surname Nell, that she misnamed Each word over SO-7o Marrl couples, and women GAS AND ELECTRIC FHA 235
permanent cover >in the summertime ful and Interesting slides as the honored birthday Salary starts $347 per month, WELDING BRAZING FOR RENT- FurnJsned and.
they traveled from KeystoneIn mem1>er of Eastern Star. Nell per person. 3 day week, 8 ]hour lunfurntsh'd apartments' : good New Brick 3 and 4
Mr. Ellis .Is an advocate of their Travel Trailer tak- Duncan, I'm sorry. Happy PAST TV &: STEREO REPAIR day. Promotional opportunities SHEET location: close in W. H. Noll- Bedroom Homes
growing camellias In containers ing the southern route west. Birthday I Free pick-up: city State Retirement, aick leave, TRAILER HITCHES man. tfchu Call frr Details
a practice which has many To celebrate the Valentine season Rev. and Mrs. rank D. Smith iimlts. Dahmir's Discount vacation, etc Please apply in- INSTALLED
advantages over planting them and a bit of reminiscing, of Mjnneola, visited[ Rev. and person only .Personnel Offlc, Experienced; Licensed: Plumber Low Down Paymentand
permanently !In the ground he her first films! were going backto Mrs. M.iton Scripture last tfchg Bunland Cen. !r. Gnincsv-Jiw, contract or handy, complete Moderate Monthly
says. By using containers, you 1966 when the Club celebrated weekend. Mrs. Smith is the WANTED House full of furniture Fla. An equal opportunity employer sTVIce day, night. Curry Payments

can have more plants ,tn ,the It's Valentine Party daughter of the Scriptures.Mr. ; pay: cash. Dahm.T's< tfchg* Plumbing: phons 284-5449
same amount of area;; It Is That occasion was colorful, as and Mrs Lowell Wilkes Discount tfch/j I NOTICE or 833-2381, 4tchg 2-13 LONGCIIAMP HOMES:
much easier and more economical Mrs. Schlebe had a friend In are spending a few days : ::0 _
to fertilize plants In containers Jacksonville who made two with Mrs. Wiikes grandparents Southern Marine forks and Keystone I WATER FRONT LOTS Phore 914-6853!

; and plants can easily) large, rose-decorated heart the Milton Scriptures.Mr. f Heights'urea Customers FOR SALE 301 South Starke/
be moved Inside from the cold cakes, and a sheet cake tor the Wilkes Is a Petty Officer in Moved To GainesvilleNew MARY On Crocby! Lake and Crosby, TP"

when they are !In containers, party Then during the summer the Navy stationed at Pensa- NameGainesville Hastings Mattress Lake! Cannl. Canal 50 bet

he soya."What. a picnic at Gold [Head 'TV lie!, 8 fct deep) Located on
we call camellias ire Branch State Park, and another cola.Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur Sheets MarineLYNN CARTER and Upholstery State Rend 100. 3 miles West;

really japonlcas," Mr."::Ellis large cake. Oh, yes, that and two small daughters are ct Starke, Fla.! Ideal for vacation
says. The narno camellia (alter was:: the year that Esther Shul- visiting the Lester Sheets.They HAMILTON MGR. 710 St. Johns Avr.. cottage: mobile home or WILL TRADE
Goorge Joseph Kamel a tie, on her trip from Wisconsin are from New Brighton Pa. Johnson Motors Cobra Boats PALATKA Investment.
Moravian Jesuit mfeelonaryS Is to Keystone Heights, suffered Marine Supplies PAINTS
Prices! : r.tnrt at $1,29500, $200 Hone Bridle and
the basic: family) (a genus of a fall and a broken arm ST. ANVE CIIURCII WOMEN 1030 E. ,
Ave. Is
Open Alainf'URNIT'VRE' down and $3500 month for :3StnsntlM
trees or shrubs with rose- which she nursed most of her Episcopal Church Woman of
Oalng! NEW (8V4 interest
ITEMS ( % slmpla a
and .
shaped flowers laurel-llhe winter stay here. Keystone Heights presented '
leaves allied to the plants which' Mr. and Mrs.Scheibe recorded Mrs. Harold Stringer of Gainesville WANTED LISTINGS ). Ranch Cow. Gentle .
yield tea.) There are soma the beauty of Florida and and her collection of Antique On Homes and Acreage Buyers WALL PAPER Repaired Ftefinished Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5

80 varieties of camellias, of Keystone Itself In several of Dolls at St. Anne's Par WaltingStrout Realty Ref. Re- pm. weekday: !. tf for children.
which Japanlcas: (the only variety the local flowering shrubs of ish House on Monday after- 'Broker 2I1T N. Temple Are Unpainted Furniture
commonly grown: In this the Crepe Myrtle and orange noon, Feb. 8. The lecture was Ph. ".-6609 Stub Fl*. NEW MATTRESSES LOTS FOR SALE'Stlll'ke Calf: Phone
country) are one species. What blossomi), taken right !In Keystone preceded by the Church Wo Wood Graining: Kit &: Country Club, ready( for 431.1881
FREE ESTIMATES tm'lClng' for investment.
on or
we commonly call camellias are men's regular business meet-
correctly termed "camellia japonc.u. In all, our good friend,and ing presided over by President K-80 Paint Remover Call Collect 323-2111 Lots are apF'oxlmatsly:: '4
: ." .member, with Mr. Schlebe, !in Mrs. Florence Sawrey of Brown acre and larccr.: Paved( road
All new varieties of camellias Houses Washed only 3 minutes from town:
the put two years has covered Penney Farmt.
como only from seed, Mr. 48 states of the Union Pikes Lawn Mowers ._-__ Pri-s start at 129500. $?OO I ;TIN
For Rent .
Ellis sirs and only onetenthof Peak concluded their pictures, C down and $3500 pr mnth.
one per cent of blooms bear for which the Club memhers are Mrs. Stringer's talk was by f 102 EAST BROWNLEB Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to S pm.

seeds Then too, there !Is oily most grateful. Thank you, Ze- way of a l history of dolls, revealing SEWiHGMACHINE _tfchg HOMESAVAIUBUFOII
one-tenth of one per cent chance oat! that history records olk.wagenNe. STREET
that any' seed will produce s The business meeting was dolls made by the cave mnn toward REAL OPPORTUNITY-

really: good blossom, and no presided over by the new : off evil spirits. Dolls A Used t.f1) .. Klncslcy Lake: b"sn!: M for
formal double blossom Jr< talc Store!!, garage, eta. Icc't,
produces President, Mrs. Marlon Drts- have been found in the Egyptian Sales Service
seed No seed will ever coll, who wore a large red, burial tombs. Before photography \WI Sales and Service: stock, and Carrel A real YOUR LOT .
bear flowers Identical to the lacy trimmed heart which was in the early 1600's 1 Ml. North of Tire Mall) PFAFF NECC1II morcy m k'r. Call Bill
seed's parent plant, Mr. Ellis centered with two sweetheart dressmakers dressed a min GAINESVILLECARL BARRETT New Home Powell RE. Broker. 964-64R4.
also notes, and new varieties}} roses and red and white satin iature model and presented the L'nh.ersal tfchj

are developed by hybrtdizingand bow. In commemoration of prospective customer with the Water Conditioning $3,500
cross-pollinating or come Valentine's Day. It was' reported so-called pattern. Later It be- $49:50: up O.C. Carnes Nursery
that member Mrs. Lucy cams known as the milliner's/ and Pump Co. Parts & Repairs on
'from "chance seedllns." Flnley has been visiting doll. all other Make Ma Thousands of Plants

Mr. Ellis originated a new her son In Tennessee and fell BEGGS 130 Court Street chines.NATIONAL.. Fruit Trees. Shade Trees 1600 SO. FT. ; :

variety which' he named for and fractured her wrist. Her Gulf Service Phone 961.5832PLUMBING Ever reenr, Camellias, '
his wile Doris Ellis. It Is address Is 1302 17th St. N.W. In early years dolls were always l Azaleas Roses OF
a four to five Inch blush pink Cleveland Tern. 37311. Forty a lady doll until about I'SED PARTS
flower with coral rose center! m mhers, and guests enjoyed the I920's when the baby doll Top Prices for Wrecked Cars 611 W. Univ. Ave. Most In can Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING LWNQAREACALL

and darker pin outer petals the fellowship of this Club, becamo very popular. In her 21 Hour Wrecker Service Water Conditionersand 378.1355
In a formal: doable pattern.' It In good food and friendship. display she brought out the 23 Ml. S.E. of Starke, Jlw.... 100
Is pictured 01: the cover!"of The next Game-Fun Day will various materials dolls were Fuel Oil Pumps Flnrnhome 659-21115

the January 1971 issue o! "The be February 25, at which tima made of-some wax, china/ and Vied Cars WELL DRILLING r---=
Camellia Review," published! (1:30 p.m.) participants will bisque. Sales and Rentals CHICKEN FARM for sale: ,
Hwy. 301 N. Wsldo
by the Southern California Camilla provide small wrapped gift asa proven money maker on: paved
Society and also on prize for the game play. 4SS-1998! Repair Department I PUMPS I highway. Nice home. 513.- SLADE
the September 1969 Issue of Refreshments will be served by Keystone folk were well represented 24 Hour Sc.onlce ---- 000 down $2l.noo Terms. Call
"The Camellia Journal official the hostess and her comm't- by their antique dolls.
B'll Powell. RE. Broker 90464G4. -
publication of the American teeMrs.: Ethel Weyman in owned The one Mrs. Nell Grayson SEWING MACHIBTECleaned! A. J. Thoims: Rccrlstsied: Real NEW AND USED tfchjl HOME
of her grandmother then
The Doris
Camellia Society. charge. oiled and adjusted In your
Ellis was: first Introduced in Mrs. Emily Ison's own doll, home, HOO. Vacuum\ cleaner Estate Bicker, Specializing !in SALES FOR SALE-20 ares en Caved
Appnlsnls: for Individual I
and Mrs. Grace Mouser had Estates
1969 and Cerblna'iIuraery( !\ at GOLD::::N WEDDING three dolls of the same ulna repairs also. All work guarante. /: and(\ Corporate Owners. PARTS hijhway.!; 3 hod"oms, Hi bath:: SERVICESr
Fernandlna Beach has an exclusive : A Golden Wedding Anniversary *<". Dennis E. Cogging, Phone. Al-a SERVICE home $7.'iOO' tage. Because Mrs Stringer (ewe-rl: real: estate\ bas
three-year contract for Miss was celebrated at values a certain doll she did 431.1 d2A. tfnht'; !iness. Thirty Years: experience Deep and Shallow Wells balance. $960 month. Call

Its As distribution.a family group, the !t-1-: St. Rev William's( Father Catholic Miurice Churchby Imoft not "take It on tour." This SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic In FlOl'ItInd'! : matters Tel. Water Softeners and Bill Powell; R.E. Brker B64- For Information j

Rees have won 24 major trophies for Mr. and Mrs. Cyril VI- one Is of the early 1900 make, Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent Ofi4-'S7ni: !' SMrkp Florida: tf ehr FillersPlumbing 6464. Can JacksonrlJIe

for best bloom' in shows chonn. Mrs. Janet Lamm, organist and wears a golden wig, which for use on wood! class, IF WE DON'T HAVE ITwe'll HOUSE FOR SALE3 bedroom Collect
made from Mrs. FrancllEgan'
throughout Florida and Geor was plsitlc. metal leather.ANYTHING Supplies
was at the instrumentand paper ,
hair, when she was about let It for you Offloe 2 bath\, 2 car carport,
These are silver trop dee Bradford
gia. accompanied Leo LeBlanc, County Supplies, Fur lture, large living rom, torte kitchen
three old. Accompanying Equip-
for "best In show" and are who rendered a baritone solo, Teleirrsph. dWATSON'S EXPERT SERVICE ON
the doll, Mrs. Stringer has inert Bradford County & dining area' Ph. 064-
exclusive of the many' rosettes Ave Maria. A
wedding : ALL MAKES
7649 964 6557. 3tohg 2-18
a picture of Mrs Egan with Telegraph. cr -
and ribbons they have won. ion was held In Jacksonville ,
Mr. Ellis thinks that "To- by the VIchonn family.COMMUI'.lTY her curly hair before !It was steel filing

morrow" is probably the finest shorn BAIRD Plaza
House ,
of Vacuum cfblnet: wi'h lack, for
single variety of camellia evsr CHJRCH
developed, for sire and sheer Officers and appointed com Following the lecture a social Many brands of new vacuum Mobile Homes PUMP & SUPPLY CO. W.T. Wee'fs! Chapter) UDC. Barber Shop
Call nB4-77B2! 2thg 2-17
beauty. It was developed by mittee chairmen are urged to hour of visiting, and refreshments 11900 up Used machines from NEW and USED
Mrs. Ross Hayes ot Thomasville attend the February 22 Execu were served by the $10. Expert Repiirs all makes. FOR RENT Nicely turn: !-h-
Ga. and runs the gamut tive Board meeting of the hostesses, Mrs. Helen Tlllmnn Parts and Accessories for all 810.12 WideGalnesvllla EUNICE .NURSERY ed. 1 hsclrcDm: house with Stark Ploza
of color from deep' red- Church Women at I p.m. One and Mrs. Jack Moody. Punch, vacuums. Built In Central vacuum Persimmon, pear, plum, nectarine screened: porch: and carport.
to blush plait! and almost white Important matter is to be discussed coffee and the dainties of sandwiches cleaning systems. '712 N. Good Quality fruit trees Shade Adults cnlv S70 W. Call St. Hours 8 to 5:30Appointment

For Instance a Tomorrow and possibly acted upjn cakes and cookies com Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Reasonably Priced trees blueberries, orrvam-n- Phone lK"4-'iaH4'
"dawn" was best single bloomIn at this meeting, which was pleted a pleasant Monday afternoon Car shrubs. 2 miles! N. of Law tfhg .
the Orlando show this year presented to the seven Homo Gainesville 378.2785 tey on 301. turn left at. alga FOR RENT Sm.all furnished If Preferred
and a Tomorrowrerlegatedwae Circle meetings of Feb. 5. CLASP ENVELOPES all Serviced, Guaranteed and Phone 7823465. tfchg ho"ro. Dslrable: lont1cSulta' :\.
Judged best In show at. Tallahassee. The business transacted at sixes.- Bradford County Tele- Delivered In Slarke Area :>!e fcr !ndlvlc'jai; or Phone 964-5030
," / this Board &.. .""I/, In rUrirf' ay Audi*. IITBllh. NO EXTRA COST
meeting will 1 be presented cou;>lo. M. A.. Payne Ph. 9"54Kn. -
Both Mr and Mrs. Ehls'aro to the full momi>eral pat ,lilt your property with us. INTERSTATE MOBILE: Home IJS: 441 N. 4S02 NW nib The Glass Shop tfchsr:
Stlling Forms Grovel CommercialReal
accredited American camellia the FOR RENT-One tsdrcom furfish" -
regular Oalnv.vlllr37S !7MFO
general meeting !!
hI at..Cattlt Heavy Equipment moving in Fla. Call 964-9606.tfchg.
Judges, and are called on to In the Educational Building on Advise Glass FOR SoLEPJywoI: T-111, ppartment $90 month
Judge an average of six shows March 1 at 7:30 user appointment ."TED SIGNS: Treated to ext. 3-3" $1.75 sheet. Bradford: Village J"st"
: p.m. .,.. ..,....,.,. ... per : Apts.
No obligation """""""""""' r
a year In Florida. Georgia, OritMM ...!> A..tI.1I C*, !- ,i. withstand ''eather20c etch, For ::' "" { Mortar m'jc. urtl lumber'!: north of Bradford: High
and the Caro'.lnas.! Mr. Ellis wom n DAOF PRAYER Sllrar..prl.!?.*"!..oust S2.23 dos Special price on I large George RUks, School Call collect: CalnesVlUle -
who has been an accredited Under the auspices of the rMM. .04-22..2SIl er quantities. Bradford County All CARS and TRUCKS: 9645184.2fr> 2-III 378.7921 Mrs. R avn.

Judge for IS years, was chief Church Women of St. Anne's J.IU.OrliMM,*(.Srk) .r .11 Teleirapli.\ it Installed While-U-Nait __ tfchg
Judge of the Orlando Slaw in Episcopal Church with Mrs. Custom FOR SALE2 young: gentle' ,
Vinyl Auto Tops
January. Mrs. Ellis has been Florence Sawrey President, REFINISHINGALL INSURANCEAT pny mars:: !!* wit1! 2 month old FHA or Conventional fluncIn -
Judging for seven years. In the World Day of Prayer will) TYPES REDUCED: RATES 1017 N. Main G'ville colti. $10000 for all. W. R. on nsw Brick 3 b-d-O3m! ,
addition to Orlando, they Judged be on Mitch 5 at 10:30: a.m. J&SBarBQuePit UPHOLSTERYCABINET AUTO FIRE BOAT Johnson, Grlffls Lsop 964-5754 2 .>ath, )living ,rom d nln?
shows In Tallahassee.)) Way- In St Anne's Church. Mrs.[ DOYLE CONNER Itp room, and fmriy' room Home(

cross and Alken S.C. this Sawrey Is arranging with the WORK INSURANCE 'OENCTtoll. 2l-D4CH ADMIRAL color Will) .sks|. trade-in.: Call Bu-
season, and were scheduled lot various churches and will holda Your Hosts Expert Reproductions (used) TV "" .th)8W picture WANTED TO Buy: 2-5 acresof ford MItiheU.! Phone 9A4- 7A0.
a couple more which were cancelled rehearsal on March 3. at JOHN & SARAH REID tube. Dahmer'a Discount tf lanl In the vie'r-'ty'! of P. 0 Box "ta. g',''"ke. tfehg
due to cold Ham :;'n. Ci-y! Brj-rer. 116
weather 10:30: a.m.Chriltlanl. IS NOW OPEN C. E. JACKSON FOR RENTJ2' wide! 2 bedroom ;
At present Mr. Ellis Is absorbed of 155 countries trailer chi S, Bay cr Phsns WILL KEEP!: children In my
'' BAR-B-QUE 1313 W. Madison Starke outilje: city 966543Itch
In 11011"0 '
developing rigorous Monday Friday. 964-
will) unite in this celebration. limits. J, B. White. 964-6114.
strain of understock: to Is Our Business ., HOUSE PAINTING Interior 111:1.: 4tchg :3-4
use In his extensive grafting PERSONALS IIRS. 8m.. 10 p.m. tlchr exterior, by contract or hsurly. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford

operations and thinks he. has It Is hoped that Gayle !?stag. The Finest Pit In Fla. USED TYPEWRITER for FOR RENT Small: unu n- Reasonable. rates, first County Telegraph Ph. BIC. PENS. Ball Point Refills.

finally found the answer After llano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Call 782-3747 For Take cale. 964.7 04 or 9646019.21chg! ished cottass; nice: locitlon: class workmanship. Contact 64-6305.. -. Bradford County Telegraph.
"riding{ all over the eoumust 'Albert Quagllano. has recovered Out Orders 2.25 lead: for garden. No children Ronnie Roberts, Monda.y-Pri-"
to buy understock'1 he nlncely and is able to be day. 7 to 4:30: phone\ 4311128.
finally found what he believes Lr' ated On 301 FOR RENT no pets: Idsnl!:! fr retl-sd coo I
back In Nights and
school as she underwent Phone weekends POOl
pie. 964-5301 3-11t
to be (the best available-- Fla. Partially furnished Stp
Lawtey two
major surgery tor a honey tf bd- 431-1788 4t3l y 3-23
old discarded and almost for- growth above her knee at Tom he-jse: in C.ty. Prefer FAMILY WANTS TO BUYwaterfront FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen

I,rotten variety" celled "Pom Baptist Hospital recently. She 3ultft+ and: no pets. A. J. lot or setters: on HELP WANTED: .Lady for
fan," grown In tie( Tallahassee required several Thomas, Realtor. Tel. 9M70 -' mack tar. >>
days recuperation furrcundlng lake. Must he age 50. with at Jotot of Florida
area. He Is now working at home, as she has GLOVERELECTRIC tfchy reasonable. Reply Box A, !least. 10th grade education! : Ine.needs dependable, able
with this and believes results \ bodied factory help.. No'
to us* crutches. No drifters experience
S:'.rke, Fla. 2tp 2-23 ; own transportation. nerem tSry.
.will be gratifying.Although : Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson, ; Will do Irn ng in my horns.Phcr9 Apply Jn pjrjon. : Shickey's 'steady! work, overtime, fringe benefits.IF .
the cur blooming 964-8121 lip LARGE WAREHo'USm-f i
of Floral Park Long Island 301 North. tfchf
season is rapidly fading out are visiting the Joe Kerrigan's Complete .Repair WANTED Man cook, wife :rent at 715 N. Wal-.ut!: St. 964- YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN
the Elllses hope to have everything of Silver Lake. The ladles are 9882. Mrs. L. J. Green. AT
la readiness Mxt".t.Uto :'. &rvteeWIRIIUC.HBATINB' 'waitress.' !! Apartment and utlliticj FOR RENT bedroom, furnished
sisters. They have taken several furn's! ed. Came to To 2tehg' a-23 apartment. No imaUcMjtfren JOIST
1 Invite. the public to com tours of Florida attractions -
and see the spectacular"show" visiting the Senior Clt- ; CONDITIONING Rena Motel Starke tfchgLorri FOR SALE-1964 V.W. "Bug" : or pets.. $6000 per
of blooms at Camellia Lane good nfch.n4cil ooivd! mooth. 984-6041. itchg Lincoln City Road Uoo lIeU Club Valentine party; on 14 .HOURS :. .turning! tel: 1n", cut- lon, Friday.
on Paradise Lake. If* a sight 9 and $500. W4-5187 0 am to S 7:8flkAJM. ".5:90
February plan som.tImeIn tine.: Call E&31.4 Jackson. Ph. p.m. TRAILER!: FOR RENT!: behind P.M.
definitely worth lee", 964-883S
the near future to make I Up
(64-5831 or 981.8001tchg: 3-11 Plnchwst" Grocery. 2nd trsli-
their home ner*. as they have er on right.: itp, ,

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