Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03726
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03726
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
_ J L J I u I J I L --- -. -_. ..........._--- _


I .Julian.> C. YongeU.

of Fla. Library History .

Gainesville] ] ,
tt'' '
; Y' I

:",:' ."...,..". H. rsr:fJll

Yawn Cites 7959 '
; it"r. "
--r. ;. .' ,
., .. ,'r ./."
: ,

Board Told Legion Site l !? rl'"i'" '

Outside County Seat' ti? ,,F

"- Johns and Shuford Confer New I
A legal question has raised "considerable doubt" whether a new courthouse can .N -' 1 J: But the question of where day Indicated, ,that he would on Developmenttlon

I be built on American Legion property because the selected site is outside Brad a new courthouse mny bo located be willing to bring such a 20 from section 29 on a citizen would have something1

ford's designated "county seat," County Attorney T. A. Yawn told the County HhouUl be settled first suit, and the Commission! adjourned county map. The American to enjoin. Commissioner+ Jerome
Commission At a special meeting Wednesday night. Yawn advised.) on. that note. Ixtgicnti! and Hitch property Johns moved to resume
Under Florida/ legal pro As It standi now the American lien In section 20, which !la work on tile plans and Chairman
A 1959:> Florida attorney
general's opinion written by the county eat changed back I }Florida courts may not fol. cedure, a question cannot be Legion site would be eliminated outside the designated county Dave Shuford relinquished
low the set other submitted 'Ito a court for an if a court would rule aeut. the gavelto Vice-Chairman
former AUoffcey General Rich and forth between Lake But- examples toy
ler and Starke for many states. advisory opinion. Under the that a public building, such Yawn said the Commission Jessie Chastaln to second the
ard Ervin, states 'that a public years
i state's Declaratory Judge as a courthouse, cannot be has not violated the law by motion. But It defeated
building cannot ,be built with each. in turn being designated But the question should be was again
outaid",+W.he county Beat! asorlgnal1y as the county scat. settled or some official arts meats A't. a court must have )located outside the county seat' putting the county maintenance on a 3-3 vote withCommlaefonere
in such a quextion that can be triedor Under that circumstance ithe garage on American Zeds Hamilton
( constituted, unless The question of what constitutes constructing a new
the county seat 1 la changed bya a county aeat has courthouse might someday, A judged before it Is allowed ,boundaries of the county seat Legion property became+ It la James M. (Buck) Norman
vote of the people, Yawn never been submitted to a como under doubt If carried '. ai to give an answer. would have to !be changed bya not a public building. A court- and Mrs. Chastaln vot
said. Starke'a corporate ]limits Kloilda court for n decision, out in a location outRide the yy71' In other words Yawn said, vote of the people to make house annex, the county agricultural ing agaitaot\ It.
have 'boon changed several but there are numerous ex- county seat! Yawn sattl. the County Commission must the American Legion site eligi officex, or the new Hamilton offered to second
!.' If la have an adversary In the question. Bradford ROC are not public Johns' motion with, the stipulation
times since th" ?$!.own was first amples In other states, Yawn the legal procedure lj ble.The
Incorporated in 1876, but the told the Board. expedited, a ruling could prob. kb 171 To get the question be present boundaries of buildings !In the same senile that !if the American
American Legion property was He advised the Board to ably be obtained by the eec ', fore a court, he said<1, private tho county seat lie where the as a. courthouse or a jail Legion! site was judged eligible
not Incorporated until 1943. clear up the question of whether and primary election on March n r citizen must bring suit enjoining corporate limits did prior to Yawn said. A courthouse annex by the court the site would
Starke was designated as a courthouse can be built 14, he udcled. ? ( the Board from buildIng 1943, the first time the city could be located) outside till be put to a vote. But
the final Yawn Shows !Map a courthouse on the American limits were extended. Yawn the county seat, he said, but neither Johns nor Shuford(took
seat his
the county for outside the county seat be Yawn said that, In opinion
The said. The northern of not the main building.The him
property boundary up.
time long before then, Yawn fore proceeding further with a straw ballot on a court. and paid for by private funds.
said, although It has not yet plans for the new 'building, He house site can be taken atone State law prohibits the expenditure Board has taken ouch action the county seat then, lien just 1959 opinion written 1>yAttorney In. answer to questions from
!been determined when the last repeatedly told the Board that of the three upcoming of public funds for by purchasing the property, north of the Garden Restaurant Gen. Ervl/n./ was in Mr Jerome (Gerl) Johns,
time was. Confusion over that the 1959 opinion he cited is elections as long as ,the (issueIs he raid on Temple Avenue It Is answer to a question ,by Vo- Yawn said! .he had petitioned
point stems from the fact that not the law and that the put on a separate ballot straw ballots No citizen present Wednes the section line dividing secBRADFORD foals County, In a bid to( the attorney general's office
Ithe from the coun- for the
-- ------ move jail opinion as attorneyfor
ty soot in Deland to Daytona the Commission She then

Beach.: asked It, in a general meetingof
ItNIlS'<\ first thought that : the Board, a majority of: the
the Board would have to again Commission requested that lw
COUNTY TELEGRAPH atart work on putting the petition for the opinion.. ,

courthouse on the American "No, not that J know of."
Legion property so that a Yawn. told her.

Official County Publication Established In 1879 y'l',JI, ,


00_ .._ Tyre

Special Election February 28 .

Opposed For

Four Alachua Candidates .'1 1 '

Y ,

Yti House Seats

Seek l New Senate Post ab.t d

51 Races ,have developed, for, both Beats In the new six- .

county House district which includes Bradford County,

Four Alachua County candidates have the field to -Bob Saunders, Gainesville businessman with Kep. Gene Shaw of Starke drawing two opponents,

themselves so far in the race for state senator in the Jerome Johns, Starke businessman and County i i't and Rep. Ralph have Tyre- of( Lake City one.

newly apportioned senatorial district comprising Ala- Commissioner, said Wednesday he would not be a can- ? t ,, Republicans both members qualifiedagainst of the chairman ''In Clay County

chua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, and Levy didate for the post. Johns had previously announcedhe ''t Legislature voided by the Fed. 'and 'ts chairman of the -Re

Counties. might make the race if his father, former Sen. 1 eral District Court in Miami publican. Executive Com-

The four Gainesville candidates vying for the post Charley E Johns, did not run last week. Qualifying periodfor mittee.
the Feb. 28 first former resident of Key-
: primary A (
are Senator Johns who Is still recuperating from eye
-J, Emory (Red) Cross, former State Senator from in Tampa hospital apparently did not feel ends at 5pm. Friday. atone Heights he moved to
surgery a Qualifying In District 18 Orana Park last year. He
AlachuaEd; equal to thq hurried campaign. against Shaw are RepublicanTom has lived In Florida ,since
Peck who (with Cross) unsuccessful ,
was an Rowand of Lake City
Secretary of State .Tom Adams has announced that 1963. is married and has tour
candidate for senate in the old 21-county district last the second primary will be held on March 14, and a 4 ( and Democrat. George H. Dor- children' Thomas'( wife Emily
scy of Fornandlna Beach. Tyre. >ia a former Telegraph corres
spring.Earl special election (corresponding to the general election)
Powers, former member of the State Road In District 17 Is opposed by pondent.The .
Board: on March 28.EAItl.1'OWERS'. I I.pIIIf' I.I Republican Ralph Thomas of number of registered

... ? alY.. Orange Park. voters in each county in the
... .. .
r'e91t' / r'r The new dial.net, iwlth district >Is Baker 3,099, Brad
r, House seat, consists of Baker
r ford 8.793. Clay 10.458. Columbia -
.i Bradford, < Jay, Columbia 11, 193. Nassau 7,16?
Fr A Nassau, and Union COlla ties, and Union 2200.
.tt ." Former Clay County Rep.

r 9 4'i.. Loullt Huntley of Orange I'ark
?(n '
Sk ya N ( said Wednesday he hus decided Rape Charges
; ( not to run 'this' time. "I kind
},. s --, ..,.. d : of feel these boys who won

A Treat For BHS ought Huntley to was have defeated their ,by nance.Rep." Against, Sibley J>

Gene Shaw lust May. He said,
\\o don't rein.er tuning. any Iwwhrr Unit liwkd however, ,that he "definitely

F t'i :; .. ]Ilk* I hi"' How 'about it, In you r"InlthiN, beautiful will" consider running In two' Are Dismissed
.aw .
: ,, t s,y nnillnf., It', .hern In tin Telegraph. on numerous year If his business Interests

oirtiHlon. unit. It her mrnielhlng' to fi Statutory rape charge
Rowand 32 old! form
a -year-
l Conn' favorite fruit.
,', ) against former Starke police
Democrat qualified <
Fr r rh World liUtory. will n.. dada l IMI, it popular' ,Kiilijrctthin er against, Rep. Shaw He Sergeant Lane Sibley were

; ,wmeiiter at Brudford High with North Klorldn. la a professor In the Science dismissed after five witnesses

Strawberry. Queen' \xla Fish .teiu-hlng. It. The ;MIMilftnny '' Department at Lake City JunIor testlflied before County

; IxMUity I I" InteriinLnjf, at ]BUS u.. Him. fliiKlii'H her College and la associated Judge T. A Yawn !In a preliminary -

college preparation.Foodstuffs. .. with his father in business In hearing Friday
ED PECKEd SAUNDEKS a book and hobby store.) He afternoon.
REDS, CROSS -- earned his BA and MA at the "Regardless of the repre-
J. Emory (iRedCrone) Peck Gainesville business Earl Powers, Gainesville Bob Saunders, Gainesville HuntedSpecial University of Florida. hensible( conduct of this man
veteran Alachua County lawmakerS and civic leader has announced certified public accountant, announced businessman, rounds out a four- He changed to the GOP [ICoainucd On Pago Six)
his candidacy for the Saturday as a candidate cornered race tor state son- ,
announced> his. candi three years ago and ran as a
new senate post, stating "It for State Senate. from ator. from, the newly appOrtioned In the old three-
dacy for the new eix-county Republican
la more Important than ever the new six-county district dx-county district. Prison
Senate pout last Bautrday. county district of: Baker, Oolumibla The CommunityState
In his opening statement he before for voters to select with In announcing for the post, "I am. pleased that the n wretpportlonment and Nassau !in tha
care and concern, a person who Powers said. "I have had the plan will give election last Novem Bank'and
said, "I am unalterably opposed general
anxious to serve, of this Immediate' Senate representation
U capable pleimuro cent
to changing the present bar, polling about per
mature, dignified, experiencedand as a road board member un to our area," Saunders vote. Rowand is
distribution! of the race track Audit Ordered of the total
? yet honest der Governors Dan McCartyand said !In announcing, "I feel that '
tax monies a native of Suwannee County
and gasoline among \
In commenting on the new Leroy Collins. I feel that my successful background !in Florida Bank
has lived In Lake City
the counties, and I will put and
apportionment Peck said, "It I have a very good knowledge the business community, and
that four plans: aggressive
effort see years.
forth every Is a shame that the Federal of the school program, having participation in local) and area A special audit has been Warden Sinclair laid late at Starke
this doe not dome about. Government had to do the )job, served for six years as a civic affairs will enable me to ordered by Warden DeWitt Wedncsrlav that Channel 12 campaign.
elected to the 29, is employed byContainer
Cross was but since this la the case, de school board member and for serve the district with under Sinclair of the accounts of rcpreiientalives had visited the Dorsey. Will Be Closed
and in their
House of Representatives leadership l and the State Prison at Ralford prison 'that day but would Corp
termined and aggressive a number of years as a .facul- standing competence. <
served four two-year terms 'before !in the new district Is ty member at the Universityof Saunders la a bulk oil rile after allegation[ Tuesday night reveal nothing. The station has division. at, Fernandina February 22
being picked for the sen essential If this area is to be Florida. tributor and has lived in ,by Channel 12 TV In Jacksonville promlxcd more on the matterat Beach. He attended. the University (u'd Wednesday)
ate In 1938. As a senator he properly represented." instructorin Gainesville since 1938. He said that foodstuffs valuedat a later date. of Tennessee. Ha ?

bas been chairman of the Sen and Peck is currently serving as Powers accounting was at an.the univer that, if elected, he will press $8OOO to VtO.OOO per monthare Division of Corrections DIrector qualified Tuesday against Washington' ,,. :
ate Rules Committee, of for completion of four- removed Louie Lee Wainwright t Shaw. "
District Governor Rotary, sity from 1938 to 1948. From early being illegally
served on tile appropriations and chairman of the Junior 1942 to 1946 he served with inning on U. S. 301, and for "Since this thing came out arrived at Belford Wednesday He also ran in the old Birthday \

committee, and the committee College Education Committee.He the Army field artillery In a needed tle-In of 301 with we Immediately went right to mornJng and began an im Baker, Columbia, and Nassau ,. ",,',..I..io
of higher learning. .U a director: of the Farm Europe and was a lieutenant Interstate 95. (work to find out what It'. all mediate Investigation, Into( the district .In November as a
'My: long ''seniority in the Bureau and numerous other colonel,at the time of his. dis "I am an years old and about," the warden said, add allegation!! Division of Correction Democrat and was defeated This! Space ContribuRadWeekly
senate will place me in a civic and fraternal groups. charge. feel that I am old enoughand ing. "We don't know whatto auditors are already by Rep. Tyre. Three year to Publicize "'
position to serve our district "There are many varied and experienced enough to do look for." checking 'the prison's accounts ago he lost a bid for the
"I confident that Community Events by
fresh am my
more effectively than a complex: problems associated varied business background the job, yet young enough to Channel 12 charged on Its and state auditors have been Nassau County seat by 600
man senator' possibly could, with public schools, teachers, qualifies me to represent the bring a fresh, new, and progressive Tuesday newscast that poul- asked to check them as Boon votes to Rep. Claude Win- The Community
Cross said. higher education, government approach to the problems try, meats, coffee, and sugar as possible. gate .
"I am fully aware of the institutions, public and men- business, communities professional, In and an that face our state and were removed from the prison "They (the state audlton) Thomas, a 48-year-old Orange State Bank *
problems and needs of all the Ital health, labor Improved farming said. "I area," Saunders said. during the period from last didn't get here today (Wednesday Park attorney, quail-
counties of the district I housing agriculture, rural and able manner to, have been chosenby "Our most pressing problems July 1 until Nov. 30. It listed ) but they may be here fled Tuesday against Rep. Accounts now (Insured

wUl continue my long record prban development that need am proud some of our past Gover are In the field of education 50.000 pounds of beef, pork, tomorrow (Thursday), I don't Tyre In District 17. An elected up to $15,000 by
of support; fox the agricultural attention;' Peck aald. "I sin to the stateat : both !in the public and poultry. 5,000 pounds of know," Warden Sinclair said. Republican justice of the Federal Deposit Insurance
health nors represent
educational, mental believe that coffee and 5.00O of Sinclair said he knows of
cerely my ex- schools, and !in our unlver- pounds '
area and national meet- peace. Thomas was Oov. Corp.1L -
road, welfare, and conserva-
[Continued On Faze; Six] [Continue' on Page Six sugar as estimates of the food no goods musing He said Claude Kirk's campaign
8ixl) .
Onntinued On Pu.e: SUJ J f Continued on Paso .1..II.K..ge.. "' Continued I 01p,w 8UI'


--- -
._ -- -

TlIlTRSD\y, "ER, 18, 1967
.... __.
.....-.. a..u -- --

Mrs Titus Olson Is visiting I W. H. Harvey of Atlanta Judge Yawn for a club award. -, Mrs. Whitehead i

..::11fmd\. Mrs Paul Hawkins Ga.. who Is In Florida on During the social hour the At
ndVfivylv An! Jacksonville business this week, was Monday Urges Stricter hostesses under Mrs S. L Honored

from TuesdrtyJl' |>T.l'rlday. night dinner guest of Parent Discipline"Youth Peek Jr.. chairman, served a.. I Stork Shower

Among those arWnd.ng. the Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Rltch dessert course II I ;

Shriner's convention at the and wdll also spend Friday and You" was the MrM. Robert Whitehead was

Civic Auditorium In Jacksonville night with the Rltches. County Judge Little Women I honored at a stork shower.
GLADYS MOOTY Saturday night were Mr. Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. BakkenSr. topic Yawn by when he spoke to Tuesday night given byli: ,*

Phone 964-0631 and Mrs C. F. Rhoden, Mr. Wahpeton, N. D. are T members A. of the Stark; Wom- Plan Dance 1 I Dave Paulk at her home on
and Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. Mr. visiting Mr. and !Mrs Bakken Crosby Lake. i
--- And
en's Club and representativesof Hayride
and Mrs G. S. Brown, Mr. Jr. for a month.E. < Wed- Pink and Blue flower arrangements +ti tiS
and Mrs. :A. F. Garner, Mr L Dowling of Houston,, youth organizations at
Mrs. George W. S'Sgt.: and Mrs Norman were placed
Mr. and nes''ny afternoon of last. A program on flower arrangements -
:Brown attended the Travel Rlgdon of Jacksonville were !and Mrs. F. H. Kramer and Texas wan visiting his sister,, week. was presented r. a'e. vantage> points throughout the:
Coliseum on last Thursday vlsltoia of Mr. Mr. and, Mrs Tom Crawford Mrs. W. B. Middleton Tues- of for the occasion..
Show at the The speaker was Introduced Monday night to members party rooms
Sunday and also visited Mr. and Mi-s. George W. Brown. !Mrs. Tyler Jones spent Sun- day and Wednesday. Hart- by Mrs. V. J. Spongier, the Little! Women's Club by A [pink and blue etyrofoam
and Mrs. Cleon Henderson Mr. and Mrs Jerome,; Johns day to Tuesday with Mr. and Mr. and( Mrs. chairman of Public Affairs ''Mrs. George Roberts of Nancy's stork, standing In a bed of
:Mrs. Charles Godfrey in Alken, mann. cf Rockford, 111. are the
In Tampa lash Thursdayto weetheart roses graced
In Mandarin. were that today'schildren Flowers. "
and emphasized I
weeks with Mr. '
Mike O. Denton Seaman, visit Sen. Charley Johns who S C. spending are a nrr" ii"1of fl" Plans for a dance on top of the television Center-
:Miss Dee Walters was a 1 and Mrs Al Hartmann. refreshment II'I'
etatlored aboard the aircraft underwent eye surgery that Mrs. '''Lamar Williams home, and the home is a pro- "VJurh)( 16, and:! a hayride and Ing the lace covered I''
Stringerat Mr.
D Roosevelt day In St Joseph's Hospital guest of Miss Treze .. 23 table was a bronze il
Franklin March wereaonrpleted
carrier. the St. John River Junior who have moved to West duct of /society.( Mont 01 t.day's barbecue on flowers i.yPadgettGraves
at Mayport, was home Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow among during tho business figurine holding pink
delinquency :
I Homecoming in Fa-. Lake Wales until June were ;: ilji "
Dees! of Live Oak were Sun- College finance and a pink milk glass punch
lor the weekend.Mr. latka over the weekend. home for the weekend.Mr. young people stems from unrestricted meeting. ji 'b' I
and Mrs. Prank Glass day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Comer Ferryman spent and ;Mrs. Milton Hartzellof use of the family chairman reported that the: .._ '1, a._ bowl. "; ''; -

and (daughter of Lexington, L. D. Oreen and family the weekend with Mrs. E. K. Daytona Beach spent the car Judge Yawn said, urging club made $240 for the Games were played duringthe I

'Ky. will be weekend guests Bill Green of the University Perryman while Mr. Perryman weekend with her parents, Dr.. that parents keep a closer March of Dimes by sponsorIng I LangGaultMr. evening and prizes were!

4>f Mr. and Mrs. H. C Rltch. of South Ciro'lno. i is was In New Jersey on, busi and Mrs F. E. Bol linger. check on where their children a road block.Refreshments and Mrs. Robert Martinof won by Mrs Beulah Moody. I
Mr and Mrs. W. II. Noll- spending the welotend! in ness. While In the North he Ronnie Parson husband of are going, and with were servedIn the !Mrs, J. B. Whitehead, mother- inri Mrs Lloyd c Pad-
Lawtey announce engagement -
man had as weekend guests Dayton Ohio. visited his brother, Emmett the former "Cookie" :Mathewsof : whom. Some parents make I a the sunroom carrying out of their in-law of the honoree, was gett announce ,the engagement
Mrs. C. W. Denny, Mrs Glen Mr. and Mrs. John Dens and Perryman and. < family In Starke, has signed a con-' serious mistake by refusing the Valentine motif with a Diane Lang to William Gault among the 20 guests. I ot their daughter Annette, to

Lanier, and Mrs. Charlea Mc- daughter of Lake City, ancMrs. Bethlehem Pa.CMr. .. tract to play professional! football -' to discipline their child, even table arrangement of red and of Mr. and >Mrs. William Mrs. Paulk presented the Danny Graves, son of Mr and
Call and children of Savannah Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville and ''Mrs. J. R. Shuford' ] with the Montreal Alouetta when they know he or she is white carnations, pompoms I I Gault Sr. of Lawtey.. honoree with a bassinet, asa I Mra. W. L. Graves of Grand

Oa. Mr. and Mrs W. F. were Sunday visitorsof of Appomattox, Va. were last Football team for the coming in the wrong Judge Yawn and snapdragons Intersper- memento of the occasion. Junction, Tenn.Wedding .
Swlnyer of Keystone Heights :Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. week visitors of :Mr.: and Mrs. season. Previously draftedby ed with red hearts 'the hOstesses -\ Miss Lang and Mr. Gault Assisting in serving were I plans will be announced -

Joined the family on Sunday. Mrs. Joe Cissy. (Mrs. Henryteanell1 V. R. Ferguson.Mr. the San FrancisCo 49ers and said.Students attending the Gloria Gibson and are students of Bradford High Mrs Ervin Andrews Mrs.\ Vernon "- I at a later date.

Mrs. Alta Ashurat of Cocoa $ Mrs. Francis Meng, II : and "Mrs. Harold Greggof the Oakland Raiders, he re- meeting included representatives Ginger Baldwin, presided at1' High School. Reddish and Mrs R. R.

Is spending several weeks nnd Mrs. Emery, Cooper attended Belleville, Mich. will be ceived a better offer rom the of the Little Women's 'the table. j i[ Plans are being made for Andrews. I I A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -

with Mr. and: Mrs. L. O. the board meeting of weekend guests of :Mr.: and Canadian League team Club Senior Girl Scouts, Na- Hostesses for next month's I. a July wedding. brings result

Hazen. thu St. Augustine'. Deanery.. :Mrs. R. E. Filth.Col. Stuart Spurglns of Little tional Junior Honor Society. meeting will be Sandra Hug- I
Council of Catholic
Mr. and Mrs W. F. Herloni Dioacean + !. and .Mrs If. C. Wall of Rock, Ark. was a guest of Dr.. Cheerleaders Candy Stripers gins and Melody Cuttino. -
Women. held at the Red BarnIn
and Mr. anti Mrs. Roy Lay- St. Augustine were Tuesday and Mrs H. H. Adams the land Pixies. I
Lake City last Thursday.
field of Lake Harbor spent visitors of Mrs. J. E. Wilson. first of the week. corducte- Sharon Noegel
Col] and !Mrs. C. A. Remaley Mrs. Guy Sale
Thursday to Monday with Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss Mr. and Mrs. George H.
relatives In Black, Ala.Mr I of Annapolis guests of, Md.Mr.were and weekend :Mrs Lillian Stump were In Mon- Stevenson and Charles Scott the business L. O. Powell m"etlnn gave ens'Mrs. the Weds John OdomMr. To The People of Bradford CountyThe

and Mrs. Barney Mc- tlcello Wednesday night visit- of Decatur, Ga. were weekend club voted to
devotional. The
VV. H. Graham
Rae, Mrs Beliiy\ Crawford!! ing Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom- guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. L.. local and Mrs. Stanley S .
Mrs. Lila Caldwell of the pay half the cost of a
and Mrs,, and family.Mr. Jr. Noegel announce the mar-
and sons 'and Mr. son Haynes to
Bradford County Hospital and law enforcement recent Supreme Court decision -
Cary Nazworth and son were and Mrs.\ K. S. SmithJr. Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlandowas riage of their daughter,
Mrs. Elvira DeVoe of the Holiday attend a course in Tampa:
Saturday night supper guests, Inn attended a short and family of New Or- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.. under the Law Enforcement Sharon Alescla. to John D. on apportionment has caused ;
of Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc-i leans will arrive this week- H. DuPre over the weekenir.Mrs. ? Odom: III. son of Mr. and '
for from with the
Rae'Jr.: in Lake City. course housekeepers end for a ten-day visit with Vergle Flynn returned Training Program. Mrs. John D. Odom Jr a change in our home district.
through Thursday of the same
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner I ]last Sunday week at Ramada Inn in, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. last Friday from a week In Junior amount.Club to pay Rev. William W. Crop performed -

have been vacationing In Gainesville The National Shi Smith. 'Mobile, Ala where she at- the double-ring cere- A special election has been called
South Florida the past two Board of NEHA was Mrs. S. S. Field of New tended the funeral of a niece, The president asked mem- mony in the presence of the I},
weeks. They visited Mr. and sented and Mrs. Olene repre-Jaeh- York City Is visiting her :Mrs. Jean Bowen. bers to turn in exhibits for immediate families on Fri- for February 28. ,
mother Mrs. L. F. Smith, who Mr. and Mrs. Chester Haddock the District Four Arts Pestl-!
Mrs. Olen Conner In Orlando:: Ings' of Duluth 'Minn., president I- day, Feb. 10 at 7 9. m. In
is ill, and Mr. Smith. They had and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. tlval to: be held at the South- Hall, Episcopal
and brought buck' their of the association, preB.p.nted Canterbury Once again, I humbly seek your
granddaughter, MargaretAnn the certificates at the as visitor last Thursday to Chitty of Lakeland, Ga. were side Woman's Club on Feb- Center of the University of _
Conner for several "nd of the course. Tuesday, :Mrs.: Jane Mathus Thursday visitors of Mrs. Ran- ruary 21. Members are urgedto Florida. Gainesville. vote and support and reaffirm my '+:" j

weeks "18It., I .rr. and !Mrs. T. H. Slade of West Palm Beach. dal Chitty. attend the festival and Atending the couple were pledge to give you sincere aggressive \
Admitted to the Starke Mr. and (Mrs. Edward Par- luncheon.
Bob Han-Is: and so.ui,, Rob- have returned from a month's Miss Melanie Bradley as maid
ert and John of Jacksonvillewere slay at Ocean Reef. Nursing! Home this week are rish and granddaughter of Mrs. E. L. Badman was voted of honor weekend Mrs. Eula Walker of Keystone Jacksonville were Saturday Into the club as! a new mem
Jr. best
hunting gueatsof 'Local admittances to Bradford as man.
Heights, Mrs Genevieve visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy the State Legislature.REELECT.
Jerome Johns and son County Hospital this ber. Mrs. Edward Hall. Mrs. The bride attended Brad-
Nadal of Like Oak, and Vedal Clemmona. T. C. Hazen Jr. an'l'! Mrs Guy
Phillip at Crystal Lake. week include Mrs. Effie Boatrlght : ford High School. The groomIs
Alcomandoa.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie
QM James Talley of the and Mrs. Edith Wilker- Andrews were appointed on a graduate of P.iadford
and Mrs W R. Richardson and daughter, Janice, of Lake the nominating committee.
usa Forrestal was home on son of Lawtey; Mrs. Erma High School class of I960
a weekend pass before leaving Jean Mosley of ''Moxvllle; :Mrs. spent last week In City were Sunday dinner guestsof Mrs. Sale announced that' and is attending the University -

Tuesday on six weeks cruise: Pearl Anderson of Macclenny, Pompano Beach with Mr. and :Mr.: ant Mrs. E. J. Dowling Mrs. Albert Huth FFWC of Florida.: They are residing -

to Cuba. Robert Lee Smith of Melrose] ; Mrs. Leon Grow. Sr. The Dowllngs also have president will be guest at 532 NW 29th Ave
Miss Diane 'Starling1 of Mrs. Pearl Chesser of Middle- Mrs. V. J. Spengler] and had as visitors :Mr. and Mrs. speaker at the May Breakfast Gainesville. I EUGENE F. (GENE) SHAW
R. M. !Lee children, Nancy
Brooker and Ke"r ieth Snow burg; and Edward Carl Wain-. !Mrs. J C. Dukes took the and installing officer.
John of Conn,
and Wilton
and.,Rodney Jfanaen; of Jacksonville wright, Mrs. Jessie Mae Fow- following Girl Scouts to the Mrs. W. B. Mundy asked
from to Wednesday. THE RIGHT POINT for
Saturday the
were weekend guests ler, Zenas Griffis, Laura Alice State Fair In Tampa on Satur- members to observe Library STATE REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT
of Burke Ellington and daugh. Leach, Mrs. Lula DeWaters, day: Debbie and Doris Spengler The Lees also visited Mr. here and Week on April 16 !by reporting : way you write. Come In and

tert Miss Judy Ellington! Ray Workman ni and Mrs. Debbie Bobo, Shellle Smith, Mrs. Gene Long. Enroute how many books they .wileot you favorite ESTER 16
Lees attended the wedding
Steven Lord of Tampa wasa Kva Marnier. all of Starke.. Connie Cast em, Rhonda Edwards ( the have read In the past year BROOK toiintaln pen. TELEr.KAPII. ( )
their Lt. Robert M.
weekend guest of Mr. and Debra Johns, and BettyJo of son,
and of them
making a report .
::Mr. Charney Williams. A CUssiflea Ad In the TELEGRAPH Warren. ,I Lee Jr. to ;Mary Burgin in
b brings results. Beunairata. Ga. on Saturday .. .." .__ ...., Jt.L r.-.... -__ .
L ,-
-= -


l' ou' re Invited i o Our Formal 'c w .



:, ri.1 r i ,..

le .

y tdz +p \
: ',a Aa s n 1 I

_.." C I 1 L R'.Yv ,11" ('1

.. i
: ...", I,i'i'I '

.. 'I- .... 1
l u '
t 1

.. I II

,, Q I

:. ; I''


.. ...

: V ', -- iv'''' .(. <,.. t ', .
...."" '>i'. '! < <. I
;LMa m 1;'; lIlI\\ ,jjM< <. ,4;... 'o' ... i if ) ... ..


KETUIKY(J F"Iti'.Efl I' E (J HIe K E N'ff""




11 A. 1. I 9 P.M.


Kentucky Fried Chicken GRAND t 1 BUY ONE CHICKEN








Buy One'At'Regular Price ," COKES FOR 'It's FingcrLickin'GOOD 1601 North Temple Avenue

$1.10 J -- And Get One --I THE KIDDIES !" PHONE, 964.5128Starke Florida

__ -- __-=---=-_o'S: :. == .- _

j 4

_THURSDAY FEB. 1tI. 1967

Shower Given I Miss Mathena Weds Mr. Bradley Terilyn, Barry with matching lace a.nd com- College
I plemented with a yellow The groom graduated from
For Mrs. PowellMrs. In Greenville, S. C. Ceremony Weds Mr. SyfrettIn sweetheart rose corsage. Gainesville High School at-

First BaptistMiss Mrs. Syfrett, mother of the tended Central Florida Junior '":.

Bill Powell was hon- Miss Cassandra Kay Ma groom, was attired In o. Navy College and Is ROW attending .

ored with a miscellaneous: thena of Greenville 3 C. and Terilyn Barry, daughter blue two-piece suit with beige Santa Fe Junior College -

shower on Friday night, Jan. Clyde Dale Bradley of Starke of Dr. and Mrs A. J. accessories and a. pink sweet- .
united in marriage on
GLADYS MOOT 13, given by Mrs. Leatha Og- were Barry, became the bride of heart rose corsage.
TUO) In the
Feb. 4 at : p.m.
Phone. 964-0651 burn, Mrs. H, W. Bennett, I, Southslde Baptist Church Gary Keith Syfrett, son of A reception was' held at the Bridal Shower
Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. Mitchell M I C. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Sy- Holiday Inn Immediatelyafter
Greenville. S. Worley For Mrs. Rowe
and Mrs. Ralph| the ceremony. Standingin
Brown Gainesville Sat-
: Hawthorne of Wilmington. N frett of on
Wise at the home of Mrs. I I the receiving line were the
vrt C. performed the f luptlals.I urday, Feb 11, >at 3:30: p. m. :Mrs Carlos Rowe, a recent 'a,
bride their
and -
groom parents
James Walker. I The bride is the daughter of In the First Baptist Church bride, was honored at a 'bridal -
Games were played and 111 Mr and Mrs. James Richard with Rev. W. A. Hogan per- and the bridal attend- shower Tuesday night given by oaR.

prizes awarded to Mrs. Walker. I Ryersoa of Greenville S. C TGt forming the nuptials. ants.The 'Mrs W. L. Carter Jr. Miss' ..
Avle Austin and bride's table was cov- I
Mrs. and the groom is the son of Centering the altar were Bernadette Soto Mrs David uu.,.
r Mrs. Earl Teston. Gifts were Mr and\ Mrs. Clyde Bradley of two pedestal baskets of gladioli ered with a white organdy Coats, and :Mrs. Curtis Ed- ...
the bride on a I cloth over white satin and
presented and
Starke. snapdragons pom- wards at the home of the _
table centered with an arrangement Mrs. Frank Garlock, organist poms against a background, centered with a three-tiered latter. 'a..

4 of white cnrysan- I accompanied James Ryerson. of fern trees and clutters of wedding cake decorated with Centering the gift table were ._
4I themums. Little Misses NanCy soloist, and father of the bride fern balls. white rose buds and topped bridal dolls and colored stream-111'
Bennett, April and Robin of Decatur Charles Francis with a bride and groom. Mrs.
I t Mrs. Elmer Rummlnger Mrs. play- ers, and a bridal display centered -
Walker assisted the lonoree )I Ga. presented selections ed nuptial music as'the John Patterson of Beaver the refreshment table. ...
with her gifts.Refreshments. Copeland-Moore of harp music. t guests gathered. Falls. Pa. cut the bride's Games ,
: were played during
4 : r
) e served' cake and Miss Susan Wig-
: 4 were Engagement ToldMrs. Frank Kersey of Kampus Winston! Dorminey of Auburn -, the evening by the 20 guests .?
about 25 gins kept the bride's book.
V by the hostesses to Court served/as/ best man and Ala. served as best and ,prizes awarded to the win- ."

: guests Clarence C. Copelandof the ushers were Joe Hayes of man, and the ushers were Presiding at the two punch
\. ,( s Clinton, 111., Richard Cuendetof and tables were Miss Pam Par- ners.The
William Westmoreland
Lake City announces honoree was presented r.''
Y' .. ,ft" and Randy sons of Tallahassee and Miss
Keystone Heights
.' engagement of her daughter John Rheines of Gainesville. with a carnation corsage and ,..
sleeves, fitted bodice, bouffant 2ella Anne to Robert Charles iMathena and Tim Ryersonof Miss Beverlv Patterson of Emily Johns. an electric perculator from, '... ,
skirt and chapel train. Moore, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Greenville, S. C., brothers n Gainesville attended as maid Assisting in serving/ were her hostesses as a mementoof

Her only accessory was a tiny William Frederick Moore of of the (bride. r". of honor in a pale meloncolored Mrs. O. L,. Haynes Jr. Mrs. the occasion. ,..."
diamond heart-shaped: necklace Lawtey.The Miss Sharon Thompson at- : linen dress and she Harry Hatcher MM. Charles

... "i a wedding gift trom the bride-elect graduatedfrom tended as maid. of honor and i.i i.o wore a beige hat with short Darby, Miss JoAnn Scott,, ...,
",.I groom. Her veil of silk lace Columbia High SchoolIn the junior bridesmaids were veil and carried a. nosegay of and Janet Hardy. YVONNE'SKnitting
of the bride's sisters, Use Ryer- After >a, short wedding trip
was attached to a tiara 1964 and from Lake City yellow sweetheart roses Adr-
I seed pearls and she carried a Junior College in 1966. She son and Margaret Ellen Ma i Ienne Jean: Barry sister of to South Florida the coupleIs ; Nook tow

I II spray of white chrysanths-! is presently employed by thena. The flower girl /was the bride, served is junior residing at the home of the Iniportvxl aha Domestic.

I \ mums centered with a white the Firat National Bank in Lucy Bradley, sister of the I attendant In a pale blue linen groom 2405 NW 46th Ter- 1-AHN
and the ring: bearer was
groom race, Gainesville ..
orchid. Lake City. dress trimmed with beige and '
the "brother of the bride, Ivan
The bride's mother yore' a Mr. Moore graduated from H carried a nosegay of baby The bride is a graduate of Free Instruction au
honor attendant
Mathena. The
three-piece beige suit with Bradford High School In 18b3! Hunter wore a formal dressin pink sweetheart roses. Bradford High School attended Lawrence Blvd.Keyntone .""
r and a and from Lake City Junior Southern
accessories Seminary .
I II matching pink and rose fashioned of The bride given In mar- lit*. ro
I II purple orchid corsage. College In 1063. He attendedthe velvet and crepe. The molded riage by her father, was attired Junior College Buena VIsta Phone 47S-46B5
mother wore a University of Florida, and Va. and Santa Fe Junior
r tir4iy 1 The groom's empire velvet bodice had a In a beige linen street I w.
two piece blue suit with is now employed by the Co. En.of scoop neckline and flounced length, sleeveless dress with '"I

matching accessories and a gineering Surveying sleeves with 'petite satin bows. long torso and flaring skirt ,

purple corsage. Jacksonville ol,. A satin band encircled the trimmed with beige lace. She ELECT ED PECK ,.n
friends and relatives
All ..
Don Crouse of Jacksonville attend waist ending with a back bow carried a. nosegay of white
Invited to
served as best man and the the couple are 8 and streamers over the sheath sage, mo'w'' sweetheart roses, and wore a'' YOUR STATE SENATOR .....
ushers were Ralph Wise of I the wedding- at p.m skirt. Her headpiece was I ;A reception was held at the beige hat with short veil.
: Alice June Brown Becomes Bride Friday March' 17, in the first crepe \ 2313 East
the bride's brother- home of the bride. I
I \ Church Fellowship three hand-rolled silk orgal'lzar08es Mrs. Barry chose fo her
Of Mr. Powell In Jacksonville in-law, David Lamb and Presbyterian Hall in Lake City. with pearlized trim and North Street Grenewlll, S.line C. daughter's wedding a palegreen ( Pd. Pol Adv ) 'enIIR.
the Standing In the receiving -
Wayne Deetz, and silk illusion veil. The junior at- linen dress trimmed
1 1
Miss Alice June Brown the bride, served as matronof groom's brother, both of: tendants wore matching dresses were the bride and groom .-
daughter of Mrs. Purvis honor and) the bridesmaids Jacksonville. Birthday Party with bows of matching fabric. their parents and the bridal ..

t Brown and the late John were Miss Janet Brown, sis Following the ceremony a For Lisa ReddishMrs. The bride chose a lovely dress party. I ;
Brown of Lawtey, became the ter of the bride, and Mrs reception was! held In the In ivory peau satin with a The brkle's table was covered D ,,,..
1 bride of William Penn Don Crouse of Jacksonville social hall of the church. Mrs. Vernon Reddish entertained molded l bodice featuring with a lace cloth and centered

Powell Jr., son of Mrs. Pearl Miss Debbie Dyal, the bride's David Lamb cut the bride's at a party Saturday bracelet length sleeves and a with a bride's cake. At one L
end of the table was an arrangement -
Deetz and the late William niece, served as flower girl cake and Mrs. Edward Kim afternoon for her daughter. scoop neckline framed with A
of gladioliand
light pink
Penn Powell Sr. of Jacksonville and Tommy Wise, the bride's mey served punch. Mrs Lisa, who was celebrating her Alencon lace. .A softly pleated carnations and dark pink o '

In a double ring cere- nephew, attended as ring Katherine Brown, the bride's fifth -birthday.A cummerbund encircled the =;
fllster-'In-Iaw. kept the bride's waist, ending with a ,back bow roses. Y
mony on January 6 at 8 p. m. bearer pink and white color After spending some time
Rev. John R. Boyer.! per- The attendants wore floor book. scheme was carried out in and streamers. The sheath with their guests the couple
formed the nuptials at the length dresses of peau de sole Upon leaving for their the party decorations. The 16 skirt flowed into a full builtin left on a wedding trip toGeorgia. ?u A S OH

Eleventh Street Baptist f and carried chrysanthemumswith wedding trip to St. Augustinethe youngsters played games In chapel train. Re-embroidered .
Church In Jacksonville. satin streamers. Each bride wore a two piece the yard and were given favorsof Alencon lace and,. pearls adorned The bride graduated from

Vows were exchanged In I wore a tiny drop pearl necklace lime and white knit suit toy motorcycles and lady the bodice skirt, and train. Bob Jones Academy and finIshed -

front of an altar with cande- a gift from the bride. with beige accessories and a bugs. A crown of pearls and crystalsheld l one year In the Institute STARKE PLAZAOPEN
veil of Imported -
labra forming an arch. On The bride, given in mar- white orchid corsage. a full length of Christian Service connectedwith tliiii

d either side were floor baskets riage by her brother, Mitchell The couple H residing at HIE ItlGlir POINT for the' silk Illusion. She car- Bob Jones University Fill. & SAT. t AND ......
ried of white carnations -
holding white gladioli, mums, Brown and her mother, worea 3743 Peachtree Street In the way you write. Come! In I' a 'bouquet Sho Is a member of Sigma
centered with a large UNTIL 7 P. M.
I pompoms, jade and plum- floor length Chantilly lace Jacksonville where the groom and select your favorite ES- white orchid. Kappa Rho. ....
osus fern. and peau de sole gown with is a sales manager at John 'i Mrs. Bradley graduated from

Mrs. Ralph Wise, sister of scalloped neckline, tapered Delhi Chevrolet and the brideIs TERBKOOK fountain pen'l' Mrs. Ryerson chose for her Bob\ Jones University wherehe Shop Carp's for Buys Out of this World! If
employed a* secretary TELEGRAPH: daughter's wedding a light received an A. B. degree .;
l ------- brown lace dress over cham-
I paign taffeta, complementedwith member majoring of in PI Bible.Gamma He Delta.la a You Haven't Shopped Carp's You Don'tKnow

Mrs.a gladioli Bradley,corsage.mother of the pastorlum The couple of will the Sublette reside In Un-the ; What You're Missing The Store ":4111
: groom, /vas attired. In an aqua ion Church Sublette, lit where "'IHM
: blue suit of bonded knit. With Ill where the groom will be With Zip-Appeal, Bargain Prices. : ::,
will be the duo
the pastor.
this ahe wore a gladioli cor- groom ..


: SALES BOOM BUYS i Garden Club Candy Stripers I I All Ladies Fall Ladies Vienna ".f'"""

And Winter
Plans WorkshopA ProjectsThe i LACE KNITSHELLS "

, I II I Sizzling 67 Sales Have Filled" Our Used Car Lot With ranging workshop Is planned on flower by the ar Monday Candy night In Stripers the library met i HATS ;illlllIIMII Mill!

Starke Garden Club for Sat- of Bradford County Hospitalwith ENTIRE STOCK :nit: :*

I Trade-ins SO urday, Feb. 18, at the homeof Jackie Mines presiding.. $100 Indies Fall And'e Bright I Brilliant ''inil. '
made for
L. V. Hardln. Preparations were Colors '
Mrs. innH:::
, JL
I Mrs. Herman Ha'ele of Valentine's Day and ideas EACH WinterDRESSES <
II Jacksonville will conduct the were suggested for Easter. .,Ill' ,,

1I I workshop and teach the Plans were also made for -=- =:;;:;;;;;; $194 .,HIMMill
members to do abstract flower money-making projects for JL
Entire Stock EACII"::: :
arrangements Each member hospital. Complete Size Range 'IMII 1(111III( ''

will turnlsh materials for Ladies Fall and i j IIIII
Now Only ::::II:
practice work. Others TilE RIGHT POINT: for the Winter
I ested In flower 'arranging are the way you write. Come tn GInLS ::::

be Invited.the regular This workshop meeting and will; TEIU1KOOK and select your fountain favorite pen.ES. SKIRTS 00 J SLEEPWEAR :HillI'll;1:::

no meeting will be held Mon- S3 'tat''
UP Illll'
sal *eb. 37.: '
Assorted Sizes ,1111
The club met Monday t\ ChlNISU< .the :L ;ILL:

night, Feb. 13, at the home of iKAI'll tiring rcttiilU. Style! & Colors! :I'1;'"'

Mis. Hardln. Mrs A. Russell Assorted! Styles!!! 'NIunn'

Norman' conductd the business ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH Assorted Colors 1 ,II ,'

meeting and Mrs Paul Hlurkn $2 $3 And Sizes :IllllIllll::::
Haymond led the group in ''' '
Plans were made for Schedule of Lenten Service! ANn I ACII IU G. $2.99! REG. $1.99 Hill
prayer. Sunday' !Muse ______9:15 ...m. "'Mill''"'
to be hostesses at ill I
members Thursday Mass. ______ 8 p.m. $200 $144 :C MillMil,::,
the district five Spring President's ,
IVnltentlal Obtwr.
Conference which will IlllHIM,
be held in Starke on Thursday (Vance .::::':
1964 Land Rover Station \Wagon Lenten Duvotloim) 7 p.m." Ladies and IllllIlll

1966 Rambler Ambassador i iI The May"schedule of the Starke CvnfeiwIoiiH .. _____. 3 p.m. I .:inn::':;

I discussed and ______ __ 7:30: p.m. / 'HIM
Show -
Flower u
Spring was
Wheel Drive, and arranged for April Holy day. Man _______ 6 p.i.. TENNISChildrens iiii:mi::
$1 895 4-Door automatic transmission :
!; mil
radio and heater __ $ j X95 22 and 23 at the Florida
u h ST.
heater .___ __ ._h._ Bank at Starke. urn
Key"dme Height Bonus Buy SA- i nut'
Mrs. R. F. Young assisted SHOES E
I Sunday.. MUM. __ __ 11:45 a.m. Mill
Chevrolet 4-Dr. Sedan Mrs. Hardln In serving refreshments n I Iftlilt
1964 Extra : :
Wednesday. Mass. .. __ 7 p.m. Special .

1 IMPALA 1939 Chevrolet J t Deluxe I Monday fk'e of-the Devotion MUM. ___&_ 7 Hitcrl-p.m.! Ladles Rayon Selection Of '::'IlllHIM:III::

V-8, auto. transmission,. power $ 695 Stork Shower Inquiry Class! ____ 6:13 pjn., 88 t STRAWS

steering and brakes, radio heater Door, heater $$495 i For Mrs. MoodyTwelve CunCdttoluiml Before Devotions PAm GOWNS 'lm:
Holydny. Max. *. ...._____ 7 sm
factory air conditioned .. ""
I women of the Florida Assorted Sizes And $150 lull: :
rink of Starke staff honored Colors JL ::

shower Mr.. Mark Tuesday:Moody night at a at stork the i AIiM'dennySunday _____ Mens Long: Sleeve I PAIRAssortment nor i Hilli IllllIMI
Used Truck @j MOM 7:30 a.m. Of :: :

Big Buys home Gracing of Mrs.the Ralph coffee Bryan.table In Confessions .before Alan. i I SPORTSHIRTS 8 8" LADIES HI4inik n11

the living room was an arrangement SPORTS ua

1960 Chevrolet $$145 1963 Chevrolet $$795 : covered white pompoms.refreshment of pink Tho table blue, lace was and COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH( I And ,nut mil''"'

'/jTon Pick-Up Vi Ton Pick-Up, heater ____ ____. with centered pink with candles,silver and holders the Published M 138 every W, Call Thursday SU. Entire Stock NOVELTIESSIZES P! ,':,;:,at.:?

punch bowl at one end of the Stacks.: Fla. 820V1 .Hittiti.

1963 Chevrolet 1 Ton $$1095 1964 Chevrolet $$995 dolls.pompom table was interspeced encircled with with baby pink Second cfeu Starke postage, Fla. paidat S-l-L-xi. $ 950 I $1 $2 $3 PR.er:,:Mill:mil<::*; |

Cabin chassis: dual rear wheels ___ /t Ton PickUp __________________ I Games were played by the Subscription Rates: MEACII ."UlltMH.

24 guests and prizes awardedto In trade area,: J3.5O per "IMIIth |

the winners. year. ; $2.00 .U month. I+

Mrs. Moody was presented I E. L. Matthew., editor and PRINTS :IlltlIllll::
Baldwin Chevrolet Inc. : with a high chair and a pink FALL VALUES

carnation corsage from her I I publisher PLAIDS TO $1.00 YD. 44 ,::::'

hostesses as a memento of Outside trade area: J4.GO MATERIAL GINGHAMS NOW Yard :; ,

U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 961-3900!> the occasion I per year; $2.25.1x- month I _____ Illl HIM:,; ,



) PtttfB BRADFORD comtrt TTLEt7BA "1T. BTAimm!", monmx TJltJR nAT. FEB. 111. 1907

BHS Record Now 17-6 Bob White and Paul McLeod
2 TornadoesOn hitting brought H. out. Four
men were in double figures
for tho Tornadoes Brown

Honor TeamTwo Baker Tornadoes 50-48 < and Reddish White 1?,had and 14 Paul each McLeod, Greg

Edges Scrapping 10.
\ capers,'I Palatka's John Herd, who
Wayne MrL. >J I i..trry ,
all in the
led scorers game
Brown, were, iiau.i.. .. to thesevonrman I'
Fhl'l I just time to off one final Wayne McLeod to only
Conferenrr team announced5nnirday to the wire as Baker Coun get
I to >iakr it ,>()-48 five points with a fine .defensive -
nlsrht.ATdLecxI / ty's amazing/ five edited: Bradford's ninipcr "4
: led the Tornadoes I Tornadoes) 50-48 Tuesday / i as the game endoct! ti'k Hurst Int rvi wsFoClass.AApb job McLebd 1 had been
averaging 20 points game.
against ,Lake 'City In thechampionship night In a join parked Joey Dobsoii led) Btikei wnIS per
game with 16 I BHS gym. points. high fur the night 1 I Lake' City dumped Orange
Brown r !while Steve PortispflelcJ had Park 70-94 Thursday /jWffht
points. had 14 points Over 1.200 saw UKWild- )
against Palatka !In tile preliminaries cats win their 54th stl'lIllChl I : r pointy ,ind l played his usual I to gain the semifinal While
fine flooi< game He had nine I Palatka slipped: St. Augustine
and played a fine ballgame and wind u;> theli'
defensive game both nighta.Againat 1068-67 season undefeated.But of 10 foul shots and drew aev Coach David Nurse was Interviewing 6544. The Tigers went on tQ
Pal tklL h" blockeda it was a close bung Cot J"n era! foil la from the Tornadoes at Melbourne High I down Live Oak S-68 Friday

.sot In the final seconds Macclenny: as the Tornadoesled hY Tp,, ', on, smart playa vie ulst. Hem School, Wednesday for the head l while the Tornadoes beat Pa-

that could have tied Che tight all the woy ,i'! to 111U t r o TL onnrated his doxerlty. with th, 'coaching Job of the Class:' AA I latka, Stull..U.1Il..akf' 1
basketball an he pushed> oft u '
game. tc lose ((906 -6T state champion grid I
fourth period only t ar
,, : flame
drive City
Conference champion Lake teammates tier a hard team.
their sixth game again rr 21b "
City also named two playersto toward the basket for several The Bradford( High' head Score by quarters!
the team "- Jonathan Burgess -I wins l lA lr easy lay-ups. roach and athletic director has Ii BHS __ ___ 811 6 11'' 0-38
who scored the winning During the past week the Kirkland had 11 points tnl coached bus Tornadoes to ''two L. City __ 11 10 6 9 238

basket in the overtime, and I Tornadoes lost two bi.Unames I y Baker and was their third man consecutive Class A tate BHS Reddish 4-0-8,
Scooter Houston, who' had; 10 by two points ant' won an- In double figure hnmpioriBhips! and ta undefeated White 0-1--1. P. McLeod 11T..1 -
'points in the championshipgame. I other by two. They edged Pa- I, Bobby White scored II a lit more, than two years I &-.- Brown 00, W. Mc:
latka 85-33 in the Florida dw points for ,the Tui'dadoes) ,beforehe y yr >t play. He has heen at Bradford Leod 7216 totals 12"-12i-36.: : :

Rounding out the honor Learn Star Tournament only to lose c4 went out In the third period. High for 10 years, the Lake City -- Purdy: -2-
were Andy Cheney of Live 'the loop title to Lake: City In halftime ceromonlen, Bob last four at his present post. I 14, Bur&ees 4-0--8, Houston 4-
Oak, Lee Schlitchman of 38-36 In overtime last weekend Price spurts writer for the Hurst has 0--8, Spradley 2--4() Cole 1-
Orange Park, and John Herd I Jacksonville: Times-Union pre- state also coached a 24; ''totals 17438..
sented Baker with a championship track team. ralutlU' : dam
of Palatka. | Coach Warney Adklnson's I County
1965 several others have
five put the Wildcats down trophy aa co-champions of the : Score by 'quarters!
missed\ by very narrow mar- ___ __
mow. 1 the first Keystone Conference grid sea BHS 10 20 10 13: -55Pal. :
seven points in per- '
/eon The Tornadoes received gins. physical fitness pro- ->___..d17 9 13 14-"53
lead But
iod, taking a 15-8 instituted
gram at BHS by
RO'uD the scrappy and unbeaten 'trophies as football. champions -,. ". .., .. purse in one of the best, Including BHS White 4-3-11, JacksonWhitt'
five slowly worked of the Florida Star Conferenceand I 6-2-14, P. McLeod 5-
Baker 1966-67 Class A state Bobby White hits from the top of (the |lay against linker mo&t 'college teams 0-tO. Brown 7.(-.14, W. Mc-
the hole,
GAS LINED their out
way champions. (County lie hail II points before. fouling out In the third Byrd Whigham, who coached Leod 2-1--5; totals :28-3! -55. ,
10 YEAR WARRANTY outscoring the Tornadoes StatisticsScore ,I period. Melbodf ne'tl' Bulldogs to the Palatka -- Jenkins 4-4.-12, .
three points in each of the by quarters: I I Class' AA title, has accepted Musser 4-O( --8, Herd 8-4"20,
three remaining quarters I
BHS -15: 8 11 14.- 48 1 a new" position M a recruiter Dixon 2-1-8, Alexander 3-2-
W. McL, Cros.
Gas Slick Steve Porterfield 7-1-15 < od 2-3-7. land 5-1-11. Yarborough 1-4-6, ,
scored the basket that put I '....B.o: .''I'l"!' Baker 8 11 14 15 50 by 3-1-7.; totals 101048. I Porterfield 4-7-15, Raulerson/ I and assistant' coach" at Auburn 8; totals 21.1153.Gro.up .

BHS White 4-311, Jackson Baker Dobson 6-4-13, Kirk- 1-0-2 totals 171650.
Macclenny as
Brown defender for
Larry goes over n J\la.'nny; a jumperin I
1-2-4, P. McLeod 2-0-4, Brown
Water Heater the fourth, period :opened as the Tornadoes. 50-48( Ion. TueHdiiy and the Wildcat Blth TourneySet ; !
the Baker fans roared their -
straight/ win. Brown cured! 13 pointy| and had a. .Mix rchouiid. -
approval after seeing their Feb. 24
f "g .
team trail most of the way. 2 Points In Overtime I ,

You can own Foul shots made the difference first period lead. back with a lay-up ''by Kirkland In I their first, step of play
in the contest with Brown made It 17-9 as the l and it was 50-46. for state. honors, Coach War
an, endless Baker hitting 16 to the Tornadoes' second quarter opened for the Dale Croaby, playing his Adkmson's Tornado
10. BHS had two widest margin of the game I Tigers Nip Tornadoes For Loop Title"Nobody will vie in: Orange Park cagers for
of hot more field goals than the
eight points, before the Wild- the Class A Group IV Tournament -
Wildcats. cats ''began whittling away. BHS To Host I iUiampiorwhip next
water for only I The Tornadoes had three But the Tornadoes never I deserved to win The Tornadoes controlledthe the Tornadoes. could never City weekend Feb. 24 and 25

pennies with chances at one-and-one situations gave up even when they trail- Lake/ was Bradford High Cage tip to open the extra! period : overcome: that original three Four minutes went by In Just four teams will compels -
9i but missed the first ed four points 41-37 In the City, Conch Wamey Adklnson's disgusted / but after a minute of point edge until McLeod's I the preliminary game with In Group IV.
economicalSliide shot All three times in the fourth period. Brown who led description this week play an errant pass cost them I basket to tie it up in the Palatka Friday night before Hnllen' of ksonvllle will
first halt ji!tI'i"Ill ; the Tornadoes with 15 points OcalaBradford 6fk Lake Clty'a 38-36 upsetof possession.,[ The Tigers stalled final seconds of the fourth ,the Tornadoes finally scratched meet Fernandina Bench: in the

Gas guarantee you those and six rebounds, came back his Tornadoes for the Florida until they culled a time-out period. after they were down 8-0. first game next Friday at 7

I foul shots will beat you in >a with two baskets close in High's: cagers will Star Conference Championship. with 50 seconds left. Wnen The Tornadoes attempted They ended tne first period p. m. The Tornadoes will meet

,. close' game" Coach Adkln- Sandwiched around ,two foul close out their regular! season play resumed they controlledthe only 11 field goals during the down 1710. Orange Park at 8:30: In the
;., ,i 1j '. son said in a post-game an- shots >by Bake-r'a Joey Dobsonto with two games this weekend' Playing probably their most ball until Burgess made second half and the overtime. But a good second quarter second gam

$2.91 alysis.] tie It up at 4343. with Lake City and Ocala sloppy game of the season, I his shot with !seven seconds They hid only 19 reboundsthe H3 they limited the Braves to Bolles should give the Tor.

Per Month The Wildcats put four But the Wildcat's Roger and the final one Monday the Tornadoes trailed most of left entire game, compared to nine points while scoring 20 nadoesthe< most trouble in
'points on the board before Yarborough pushed In a lay- with Live Oak. the way in the championship. Coach Adklnson railed time- 'their previous average of 35 gave ,them a 30-2(3( halftime the Tournament. The Tornadoes -
You Can Pay This Out I the Tornadoes began,, up and drew a foul in the act All three games are slatedIn contest Saturday night In out then, to set up his play per game. lead.The have beaten. Orange Park

Of Your) gjijings; When 4' ,fitting In the first period. and the four points play put the BHS gym. Lake City Lake City, 'tied It up In tho for the second time. But Me1Leod's I ITigers' Wayne McLeod an All-Con Braves cut that lead twice, 51-3O and 6343. Bolles

You .,.Use-.Slade.. Gas: ..1 Bobby" White broke the ice Baker in front 47.44 as the /twill come. to town Friday last few seconds! then lost shot missed and the ference choice, led all scorers three points In the third perIod has lost to( four Class AA

with a Jumper and a charity quarter drew 'to a close The night for their meeting with the game in the final sec- Leroy Purdy grabbed j' in the championship, game with outscoring the Tornadoes schools in Jacksonville and was
Dale hit Tornadoes' 44th point came I. onds of overtime. Favored the rebound" as the final buzzer 13-10. But the locals.
I, chance and Croi-bj' the Tornadoes. Each team has an I r I 16 points. Paul M<'Leod drew came beaten bv green Cove Springs
Slade Gas
on a shot from the Key to tie from junior Bruce Jackson who Won once; the Tornadoes top: going into the tournament, sounaed. high praise rot,' his tournament'' back 15-14: in the fourth to a team the Tornadoes. have

It a'. 55.'Ihen cooly put in a charity shot in ped the 'llK"I'S1,40 in the, the Tornadoes barely edged Lake City kepi! ate. pressure )i( play from Coach: Aclhinaon win 5553. twice beaten
in Quick succession it the toughest game he has I first meeting but Lake City Palatka 55-53 Friday nightto on the Tornadoes throughout/ ; The junior guard played l a fine'' The Tornadoes were down
& Appliances was Wayne McLeod. Larry played in. tiewent. In for edged! BUS last Saturday by gain the finals! the game Down 11-8 after the I floor game and scored nine three points' with less than ... a., -, -

Brown, White Benin with a White who fouled out In the two points, 38-36, for the Florida The Tornadoes entered thotoul'name'nt 1st period, 31,,/19 at the halt ,and' of 10 foul shots against two minutes to play, but a A Classified Ad In the TELJBI!: I l lGlt.
332 MADISON 'pair, and: !McLeod added another third period. I Star Conference Cham- undefeated In con- 27-25 after the third quai'i'i'" Lake'I I hot streak with Larry Brown, .\.'H bring results f

I field goal ror that 15-8 'Kenneth Kirkland added an- pionship. Lake City is 146. ference play. They had previously m____, u__ I,
other fouled( Hhot for Macclenny Class AA Ocala: a team beaten: Lake City In !

to make it 48-44, what that dumped Starke 52-48 on Lake City bY' 31 points, 71i i

ELECT ED PECK seemed a safe lead for the its home court, will get an- 40. I,
Wildcats (with loss than a other crack at the Tornadoes "I don't think we did avery

minute to play. Saturday, good job, the scores indicate Winkler Electric {
But, 'Paul .McLeod took the Live Oak will be :in town that," Coach Adklnson'[ '' :
'" I ball downeourt and worked In Monday; night with its quick, said "That makes ,two tourna- I

r Pd. Pol. Adv.) I for a 15 foot jumper to make I aggressive" aquad.: The Tornadoes ments We've played now (Including .-
u lit 48-43. Baker came right j beat them 09-51 in Live the Xhinedta Christmas

__ ___ __ _I Oak this season.Championship. classic) and we haven't done
well In either. the ljJ// 1fl
/will help ua in the
BEAUTIFUL NEW FAMOUS Game Set TonightBy I Both Lake City and Palatka
I :
Jumped off ito first period UP
,.....is BRAND FASHION FABRICSWONDERFULLY I Junior College leads, although the Tornadoes
stayed cvm their heels. In con- + 40 %
= andiAVE LOW .
Lake City Junior Collegeand trust to the Tornadoes usual\ TO '
PRICED IN OUR FEBRUARY St Johns, River Collegeat tight first quarter defense

Palatka will play] for a conference which has limited( opponentsto
r championship in, the a mere eight points in the :

s Bradford High gym tonight initial quarter through 22
AZPLA (Thursday) at 8:15.: games, Palatka bit 17 and I
r:. ..:qous DAN RIVER The two schools are playingin Lake City 11. I JUST ON MERCHANDISE IN STOCK

Starke since it in a. neutral The Tiger's Jonathan Bur
site and they have each beaten gess' soft jumper from the

HCYA CLOTHIN. the other, by three and left side of the key with FREE SERVICE FREE DELIVERY i
four points, on the other's seven seconds left in the over- '. I

home COUI't.Jackson. time in the championship gave Name Your Terms To 36 Months To Rr1i1ID1
/ tt MATCHING Lako City the 3S-3S upset -- Up Pay I

win.! But .the Tornadoes had j

i :--+ ". STRIPES & SOLIDS Denmark Builder'sTops 4510In floor already miscues committed, including! numerous one i '" ; 1//' f VIE DO OUR OWN FINANCING :"''f',' 'jTV's I II

''s 1 Car fr.., mufti-purpose Hoya Cloth, cuod 1n the overtime which gave
to Spring's new coordinated look, perfect Women's LeagueJackson Lake City possession. and led ) I
for everything from dresses to play clothes ''to the basket
s. "specially wonderful for mi -match.s. 100% $1 Builders Supplies At one point the Tornadoes OVER 20 PRICED TO
combed cotton with exclutiva Wrinkle. leading In points 54-35 after threw the ,ball inbounds\ to a [010R -n'' I

Shad Dri-Don finish never shrinks the 1st game, made an effort Lake. City player who scoreda s:OCKIN SELL ON SIGHT
last night to put the point
out of ihapa, always tays fresh and cri.p.FAMOUS' lay-up. Another instance,
M ti; as spread out of 'the reach of ,the typical of Saturday's fiasco, '
trailing Denmark team. I ,8the/ Tornadoes' Larry i

Jackson'a walloped Denmark Brown and Bob White go up'i'r '
PERMANENT PRESS 45-10 to take a 99 to 43: lead for a 'Lake City rebound, | A Few Examples:

WONDER FABRICS! 'la the point total accumulation. crash together, and fall to1 I

Jackson's got off to a the floor. oA' Tiger player | WE HAVE
t fast start and led after the grabbed the ball and Lake

DAN RIVER opening quarter 121. Denmark City had another lay-up. i

held' Jackson to 6 points lathe The Tornadoes made a gallant '
f 2nd quarter while scoring effort to pull the game !I HOTPOINT\ REFRIGERATOR 16600

LINEN GINGHAMThe 5 and 18-6.at halftime, Denmarktrailed I out with a play that thev had Six

already worked once< to'gain
r The 3rd quarter of play was
tool of linen, she. coolness the overtime period. With ,,
of gingham, in a lovely the decisive again could one as only Denmarkonce musterone seven seconds to go the Tornadoes HOTPOINT 30" ELECTRIC RANGE $1| 3300
r combination of 50%} Fortraf, brought the ball in atmidcourt '
$1 while
point Jackson's hit
1 do For the time I
50%} Cotton that needs no Y second! .
for 21 and 39-7 3rd
a quarter
s care, stays morning fra.h-all Saturday night, they workedit
lead. In the final
Pattern and to their leading scorer,
s 4 outscored Denmark 6 to 3 Wayne Mt'Leod.[ I GAS APT. SIZE RANGE
and the final tabulation of 4510. But the little Jumper from $$9800
Annette and Dianne
Kelly the baseline hit the back ''board, I TO
THE FABRIC YOU KNOW & LOVE SIGNATURE NEVER PRESSULTRABLEND Bennett paced Denmark with rolled around the rim, and _
18 and 16 points. fell off. McL od. made the

COTTON PRINTS Supplies Scoring-:- Jackson Bennett 16 Builder's basket on an identical shot I HOTPOINT CLOTHES DRYER $ 00 SELL ON
,I,18, Ingle 7, Broughton, Kelly- tn the final I 12 second of reg $1f 1
ular play to tic the game at I
Denmark Furniture S. Johns
PRINTS It's 100% Cotton that. fu"",. :26-36. I
4, S. Fuquuy 4, L. Jackson 2, SIGHTFII't
; (
bin dry never needs the Nothing worked on the
If you saw you know touch of an Iron,, laughs at Schedule: Next week the second try Coach. Adklnson: QUAKER OIL HEATER 25% OFF
Ultra.Bl.nd. the 50% game will be changed from sulJ.
wrinkles and best of all, C Nobody fouled :itcLeod
Avril. 50},. Cotton It'. so EASY TO SEWl 79 yd.that's Monday night to Tuesday night and the ball rolled the wrong I I
I since the B. H. S. team will
thin and coot, S9C 73 Many, many mart new way.
r.qu'veslittle or no Iron mini-prints ,included all in be playing on Monday night. .
Burgeaa' basket the
in!!. Mini-print mod- the rave colors! was ,
ems a.nd.tradiionels'. ; *'."*-\ only one scored in the over- I, Come. First Serlle.1AGM'
A Classified Ad In the TELE- time. Both clubs had possession .
1 GK-1PU bring ....uJt..*.. and both elected to hold'I
i Pits hall: for the final shot! I



--- -

tlval, Palatka Country Club Men Hoard I I lion Sale: Pursuant to authority b virtue of Writ lIt I xeeullon I R ffdal," nail< (TallUra.; 1000 all fixture' now' o* Hereafter
Tee To Greenfly Hampton l I Hospital omlalnerl In Section 633! I.... WItExerutlon Altai..!He Const Uln. Uitlldlnir, :attn,"h' d to or ueed) In rora-
Week of March 13 Oreoit I of th> ltitirnnl' (Revenue Code,. : Umied nut nf Small .ln'ka'.nvIIIn. I Florida'1 12202. r>o"'tlon with the premiere, hereIn -
er Jacksonville Open Deer I Re-elects OfficersThe I the property dvix.-riue below da Inn Court of ntadfoiil, .,I County not 'later than March 21th 1987If described and in addition. .
1 wood Country Club Jackson- SentencedIn ha... been seticti for nonpayment Florida. pursuant I.. a final yon" fail. to do xo. decree thereto thu lla.wuiM deeorlbeit
Bradford Hos- nt di-lltuinvni. internal\ Judgment, fur South, in Dlatount I )IJio", cot freso, will lit entered household iippllancea!!. ,' which -
Herb Ilerren, Pro. villa.\ County revenue lax.n due from I.. 'I' Company of Staike and nivalniit against you for the relief demanded are. and limit he deemed taI
Jn forthcoming: columns I Tire TheftTwo pital re-elocted Its entire slate I Outlaw T/A Thomas. Thomai H, C. I'rvwn and JcunoUn. Crews, In the complaint., I be, fixtures and a part of ..
Next week the Starke Got! will describe the listed tournaments of cfticers for 19S7 Tuesday. A< Outlaw Thomas Lumber. dttfendantH.. in tho amount of The nature. of sad milt being' the realty: .
& Country Club starts what Comiiany A North Klnrlda Luml $3J1.41 tcnother. with .all coati for the r-re'III.u, of a mort- 10" kitchen exbftimt fan; '
IB and all future tournaments Hampton> men, :\1Ice:: Tom Sl.-xdo Is chairman, l I ,, Co The property will b.. of cullectlon sage encumberingthe followIn oleman 50,000 BTU: apace
hoped to be one of the in this area.MAYOR'S Peoples, 18, and Steve Va '- Qeoi'fe; ShulVirtl, vice-c/7alrman/ ,, sold In ...'..ord"I.V11h the Have mined and havn In my described ,teal property: heater
i finest golf tournaments In this num, 21, were sentenced to I Idajte 90 and Mrs. Inez Green is sec provlilona of Snctlnn 61S6 of the poHHOimlon the following .deerrllietl Lot Four, UlocK .Four' WITNESS: my hand and Clio
I\ area the First Internal 'Revpnun Code, and the property tiv Wit: SARATOGA II K: I ft 1)) T H. seal of said Court at Htarke, '
Annual COURT In )jull by County JudgeT. ( retary. rviculHtlona thoreunder' at public 1935 Ford 4 door sedan! 8 cyl Unit Two according to Florida, tbl> 14th day "of Feo- "
I Strawberry Invitational. A. Yawn this week after Otbf" members of tho Board auction Date 1 .of Sale. February ID No USAOI4180B. plat tlieriiuf lucifiueo.I in- mary, A. IJ. 1997.
The Invitational 2'.th: 18117 Tim. o-f enl,. Title No. 3'8889.> : Flat Hook. 2, pane. 7u, of (leaf! of the Or-nlt. Court)
I will be Three cases came before Mayor; pleading guilty to theft I played Saturday and Sunday, I Carl Hurtt In Mayor's Court tires and wheels from a stalled .111. i. when Tommy Hamilton's ary'a" Uurnvv, 628 So Walnut A. the property i t the above County Florliln. Clerk. of the Circuit CeurtIiy ''
Fob I 2 -26. preceded by a I car on U. S. 301 south i of and ,t. Htnike.. Bradford County,, named fendnnta. and thut on Together with all : Ileulan M. .vlootly
termed expired
I 'TViday night In a light sos I : Florida. Dfucrlpt of property Monday the Uth day of March, mil Inipruvpim-nta" IIt.lntllr".1. Deputy Clerk
FOA-sponsored Pro-Am with eton. Starke. ni'ly' Dodd appointed early : One ((1) 1U8B I lnternatliMi.il" 1967. at twelve o'i'loik noon hutifAfter" on Haul 2.194t--3.9'
amateurs carrying their fall failure Deputy Robert Green Bald last to replace the decuudeu : Truck-Tractor Title No. on laid day at the ftnftt: en-
I Jimmy: Dale Werre year '111116915! I'll No Pit 4S17S trance of. the Kiadforl County
handicap up to 18 atiokes, : to have vehicle under control I the incident took place the A.ev, S, Iu. Sparks. Florida, License. Numbur ((1966) Court House 1' will offer for I .

It Is now Indicated that we ; and causing an accident, did,' night of February 6 when the -. 4-V- CV 131, and: Oar' ((1) lurid sale .and Hull! tn the highestbidder ELECT ED PECK ,
I) Trailer Model. FJHT for cimh In hand, the
Pontiac ornpy
will have men spied a Tempestthat
a Pro-Am field of I
George Pierce missed. I Recent Births 18, Title No, 4I87I134. --' ll> No. "above described\ property of Maid
about 25 teams. I Willie Junior Searcy fall had been 'temporarl II7J7 FI<>.-I'hln Licence. No defendant to satisfy the .fore- YOUR STATE SENATOR
abandoned by Its owner after ((11( 6)) 401!-8. The property will Raid Execution.
The Invitational will n<-<- lave e.ticle unuur con
be highlighted iu Bradford County Hospital
lie offered for nal both anwyarate
Head .breakdown. Varnum owned P. n RftddlBh., Sheriff
New by a dinner-dance Saturday f ,trol and causing an accident, a nounces the following births: Items. and In the avwrpiratu Itradford County. Florida I
a car of the same make and Property .Lie Inspected I I Pd. Pol. Adv.)
may J-i! (
Feb. 2a: from 7:30: p.m Pad court costs of 16.50. :Mr and Mrs. Andrew Jackson j-ia 4t
decided to remove at1: VIckeryB Oarnne,
Of Rotary till 1 a.m., featuring the De- I Joseph Zack Anders, volun- two apparently of the parked car's tires Eaves, Starke; a nun LonEugene. t>ttt S. Walnut SI Starke
loris forfeited Florida. Payment. terms: lo"u1lpaym.mt
Stan.ton Combo from tary intoxication i I
to replace two of his, which Feb 10. roqulrinl upon acceptance IN TUB ciwt'iT COURT IN;
Gainesville.The bond of .
$27.50.Monday COUNTY
H. Pierce local at- AND 1'WH
(ueorge; were worn, Green said. I Mr and Mrs. Kenneth EHx- of hlHrhwtt bid. Type of MxmlDANo .
Invitational fee of I remittance All must
elected : payment
t ten nev. was notified Starke, daughter Karen DtVIMIr41CAMRRIDONPORT
The deputy was by eon, a 11-755
1 be by the Starke Rotary Club In Includes two tickets to the Supper Set : SAVINGS: :
panserbys who saw the men Ann, Feb. 10. caahler'a or trtmsurrr's cherkor
election held here roast beef dinner-dance. Also I LANIG':: a corp the annual I by HI U. a poxtal', bank oxproa -
For Methodist Men removing tires, and they were Mr and Mrs. Leslie Vernon 1-lalntirr,
Wednesday. He will\ take of- the non-participant or social I or telegraph money or'
apprehended a short time later Rhoden, Keystone Heights, a der. Make cUec'U.. and, money vo
at the first meeting In members are Invited to at- JOSITH: W. ,\NDHI WS. Ill ,
flee and found with tire' bolts I In < rdere( payable to "Internal
Ellen Fe'
Methodist Men's Club Is daughter, Donna ; alNOIICI.
jilv, He is a member of the tend the dinner dunce for Just Revenue Suivlcp.: Title offered -, scheduled next Monday, Feb. their possession. The tires 11. title andIntercut Urr"vdnnts
the right
: Only
of Thomas & Pierce, a couple (bring some
firm w
ln\s ; i ('nn It 9a"rIA'
were located at a hiding place or U lit Outlaw, In and
20, at 7 in' Fellowship I
p.m. HI irTill
friends ov
commander of also). ;
and t a past to tho'property will bit offeredfor
Hall.It. !In! at nearby swamp. Green JoCONOIICGE.'i'C.; INC. : STAIK: 01'! li-UIItinA
American Legion ,Post 56. Another tournament highlight : miltU. H. NHHII. .If? Acting ANIII1WSI
W "
will be the first meeting \VILX. MEET Jo"ED. 23 DlHlrlct Director of Internal TOJ01KPII: .'
Cal Adams, advisor for the will be the presence of said.Value or the stolen goodswas Revenue, by H I 13; FUhr. III and NINB.: ANPiinwa
school Interact Club Strawberry Queen Veda Fish since the recent reorganization officer Date Fob : his wife
high II A meeting ot tie: Bradford: Hi-vonue :
act at $80. 19! Pence BtreetTronton
of the club. for .
during the dinner dance and Arrangements H, 1187. Address for Information -
the ,
sponsored by Rotary Club, the. meal have been changed' County Economic Agen. j', Inc. concerning mile: moat. 308.l'nl".r."I'larloll a
had charge of the program and the presentation of trophiesor will bo held at 7:30: p.m. HlilK. 21 W. Now. Jersey OSflOS. ..

d",'ussed the objectives of this prizes to the winners and.1.1runnersup and each member covered Is dish.A expected. : TeacherHearing Thursday, Feb 23, In the (Church St., .Jackxonvllle; Kla a Von stilt are hen' hereby,I liei, ,n .1I.lltr..1t flliil, affulnHl thut. .
to bring a I'hnm1547111.. I0x 1 : s
organization which Includes Sunday afternoon. Starke Elementary Cafetorlum. ButIt 216XITICK you.. In tin above entitled .

membership of 2 .OOO young This is a fine opportunityfor be installed.new slate All of men officers of will the Members are naked to. make a I I iiufle i required, :and:! t that lo 1 fill you.; y"ul are; hereby .inn' .

men In 52 countries around the local club members to par- special effort to attend as war, with theClerk(: "f 'thin
14 :
) OF
church to attend U'I i I
globe. ticipate In some good competitive are Set this will be an organisational Notice In hereby xlven that I. court rend to serve a ''2opjtheioof '
I Adams! said that the Starke golf, as well as enjoy TuesdaySuspended meeting as required by the I- l>. I ItfddUh,, Shitrlff. STEERS
TWO LOCAL County 1< lot' Ida, under and
club has 8j members and has a nice: social evening at your RIBBONS Office of Economic Oppottuni-\ laini and iddreHir IM ara.'Leun. .
WIN Bradford High I .
country club.
accomplished many worth- ty.
while projects during the two Our lady golfers Journey to Zach Edwards' 1,082 lib. Black Instruotor Shirley M. Vincent :

years since Its organization. the Golden Hills Country Clubin Angus ttteer was a ribbon winner is scheduled for a hearing before < What Will You Have? .

He' Introduced the following Ocala for their monthly in Class 1 In the latH the School Board next \oritu; For the best deal .
Tuesday at m.
golf-around this Friday. p.
officers: Bryan Erwin, presi- annual Florida Fat Stock Showat "'. Secretary, o-f "State' 01. AUTO LOANPERSONAL :
dent; Harry Hatcher, vice The golfing calendar Is running the Florida State Fair in Miss Vincent Is under suspension the Sate: I of Florida, do hert-hj
president; Jim Godwin, secretary very heavy this time of Tampa last weekend. His steer for "gross Insubord- give notice that .aFMmt Special in a new Chevrolet a
and Sanderson year. For those Interested, the by Diamond Bat- Ination" on recommendation 1'rlnmry Election will 1 be hold LOAN :
; Sandy was bought on Tueudiiy, February 28, 1UU7
treasurer. following list reflects coming tery Co. of Tampa for 500 a of BHS Supervising: Principal tor the puipoae of rilling vacMitu or OK used car .

activities: pound.. Edwin Baker Jr., of Connie M. Clark for failure t to 'leit In .Uttwlnlatlvf Ul'flcef eWe
of the Florida State Senate
Cancer Feb. 17 Pro-Am Dunes Lake Geneva, entered a rib- follow instructional procedures and the Florida Ilouae of llepreHentattves l+ t Make Loans For Worth :
SocietyTo I Any
down him.
Country Club Jacksonville. bon winner in Class 2, which laid by See

Plan DriveThe Feb. 24 Pro-Am Starke was bought by Rocam. A She Is represented by firm Election A Second, If necessary Special Primer will In while Purpose. Fast Service. Low :

Golf & Country Club. Diamond for 41 cents a pound. of Golden and Jones of Qalneivllle. held on Tueaday March 14.

Bradford County Can- Feb. 25-26 -- Strawberry \ on Ion Tueaday and a March Special 28 led.Itilwtlon: Ermie JonesAt Bank Rates. :

cer Society has scheduled a Invitational Starke. I STORY HOCK IN 'IKSTUIONY WHEREOK :. .e.
luncheon March 3-4 Rebel- 3,000 AT PI'BUG: LIBRARY Week Brings I have hereunto nvl
meeting at the Gar- COME: IN LET'STALK II
my hand and canned thellreal
Open Keystone Heights
den Restaurant for Monday I Heal of the State olFlorida. IT OVER :
Is A Birthday InchesOf
"February Seven
February 20. at noon, accord- try Club and Ironwood Coun- I Hi. hrf affixed at Baldwin Chevrolet .
Month" will be the theme for
Gainesville. the Ciupltal
try Club
to Chairman Lillian Rainfall
Ing Stump.
Story Hour at the Public Library thla" the Tenth day o
Purpose of the luncheon Is March 9 Pro-Am, Palatka February. A. n.> 1 1U I7. 301 North
afternoon BankOF
to plan the 1967 cancer drive. Country Club. this Thursday Bradford County was (SEAL) I The Community State
March' 10-11 Azalea Fes- from 3:30: to 4:15.: Mrs. Call t HKClinTAHY: OF STATETO.M
three to
Minx will\ tell stories about drenched with from I ADAMS I
- - - famous people who have birthdays four Inches of rain over the 1-16 :It 1-2 | Large Selection New and Used Cars on STARKE .
the total I
In. February. Mrs Gus weekend bringing V. S. THKASURV; DEPANT-I' MEMBER :
Times. I. C.
Kopolousos will show the for the post week to an aver- ArtiNT Internal Kevenu : Our Lot at All F. D. .

FRONT END youngsters how to decorate a age of 7.10 Inches. Service Notion of Public AuI'I a.
Louis Hill\ fire tower at
birthday cake which will then

be served FAIR as ASSOCIATIONMEETS refreshments. Highland measurement during had the with the week 7.80,highest Inches New-I BodcGCkb = SO EASY TO SWAP YOUR OLD FOR NEW .; j jI

River tower measured 7.2C,
; ::
and Santa Fe had 6.30. I

The Bradford County Fair Seven woods fires were reported -I Come In And Register !

Association will meet tonight 1 oy the Forest Service
r (Thursday) at the Fairgrounds 1 during the week, with SO.S: For FREE Awards e

98 at 7 .ao p. m.rovi. I acres burned. So far this ;year eelmer.
$ there have been. 35 fires with 1st Prize $49.95 T.V. Re- REFRIGERATOR DINETTE

$4 231.4 acrea burned, as com- 'GROOM BEDROOM UP TO UPTO

r' pared with 23 fires and 991 2nd Prize $18.95 Dominion 5O $10
Includes ; ncetcrwn.wm .
MCI Moircua, W acres burned during the same $2 5 tlpt05 O. 2 Burner Buffet Range. '
MO'iriNO WAMAMfV0M last
Check and correct caster camber. Turning .:- QUAIIIf''*NOMNY..r taAl uwa4Mft period year. 3rd Prize 10 Cup Dominion TRADE-IN TRADE-IN

radius and toe in, adjust steering mesh ;.'.,) >M AND OUIM. GOP TRADE-IN TRADE-IN Coffee Maker. ALLOWANCE ALLOWANCE"ALLOWANCE

inflate tires to proper pressure.! MeetingSet ALLOWANCE Drawing Saturday afternoon
i'' Trade-in be I... Tred.. -In mud bo at 'loootNvo
For Feb. 21 March 4th. Free gifts just mud
On ..,iww tlwlnfr, .*m M MLM1 On any. iww eastern. Suit nail I .... matching ple o. for
TERWILLEGARMOTORS .:, To lull*. Trfld.ln' xwrNH.x t awn II.,If fix mr.. Tr.4.-'.. .....tellw to visit our p'tore I Nothing Ing O'.ld.n..lnw.candltlan. full: Trade-in: Allowance..

i } ; I II I Organize ...xAI.a4Mn, !! -..I.> hl I.c.ndiwlrtuf ..er,NW. matahlng. ..).<... mltn .- to buy. No purchase Necessary

/11- ( r.it>v.rlnf, *IMuN >..... ...,to hill, Tr.4N.all.rTed..l. be -
'Kenneth >H a jf a r county] need not presentto
AU... '. .M.. .
I BETTER HOMES: I chairman announces that a win. .

Republic organizational meeting .-.. .. .
206 W. MADISON PHONE 961-7200 FURNITURE CO. ", -
will be hell at the Lions .. '' ., .,. 'eIfI
Avft. J89-460 ..tt. ',
1200>> S. Rdgewond ...
Jacksonville Florida 82205THE Club In Starke on. Tuesday :5 t''. < ..... '" :
Feb. 21, at 7:30: ( p.m. I X ..5.. a .ex 1
t ..1.;'.r" ''''-CT.."-v & a I -
Harold Hill of Park
Orange "

will be guest speaker and a a + pi {J, r \ // ai :
Ronald Reagan film will be r'Y 11

shown following the meeting.
SCENE i ,. '' 4 w i
All Interested persons are e 1 r ,Li -

invited to attend.I 1 --
Two girls going shopping -.
"" '" :
I ;}t> -

. I IIIw -r -
t elt (k' ea
I thought you I may I a ly

laid you had save you up toW :Ii i I'' f 3 PIECE CORNER SECTIONAL 7-TtoM :

to add to your eert
tit ,. With Built-in Corner & End Tobl t :
,, Table and.. 6 Chair
Savings Account. :I 195 I ) S 1 100% NYLON FACE FREIZE COVERS 36" .4."x60" Ixtemien Tobla :

HII'r_.. Mertl" Table Tep $

.4. 1i.2' I -*. .s M' Mar and Stain-Proof 95 Ma.lk Covered. sex Seat Chain 5 9 8 8 :
F I HI.Pr."r. Plastic I74 I Black,".n.. er Chrome Pram ..

financingand Table Tops WITH $DOWN--- $1.SO, Week ;

;: TIADI Cote".,.. ..'69.9S

i::: JUST DID I insuring e' Inlaid tuxucieui' ream Feam Back.Seal 40".and He.vertible $ltl DOWN :

i ii 4M Feam Cushion. $Z.SOaWEEK C
next car :
d 4A i your col.ORS: : GOLD Ilu.
1IIot' Oran.
Ask me about the) Stat4i ..
Farm Car Finance Plan .
tot new or used cars. .
., ..
UiiM eneit. ..d threw" lee l Inst.t ..
u 1 I J ..

II II I ,.e.

I .r I '4w7 r ...

MAN SIZE real } .. ,-
; ..
''d ..

'Slll'e I time-SAf'E BY MAIL, ( J I t Sieve Pillow toft l sock p iMieo!rbHtkAtroao SOFA BED ',"- A p :

Foam Topper on Soot Hl-Orada NyhM race C..i, ? =
g we f + TVPeeltlenlno .. Nieta Covert: -.... oi
I IMerritt' .
C.I m .
Cen.II"Pknlk' Trlre) '
oOHvo On Arm and Front ..Turo). $ 9 5 .

& s Savings and Loan Association Brown BhnkOeld ."Modem" SlY* > ... Real Brow i* 5' 9 :..

H.: .SkKb'Badcock "

7'l17 OF STARKE 117 N. Walnut St: ,v. r $4995 $IJOAWEEIC .CI.

Phone 964.5391IXJIANCI .
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5009 f $5 DOWN ..

CIA,. use $!.2SAwEEK Will Treat You Right :


Join Your Chamber of Commerce I.. MUTUALMTOMttllllNnHNCdOMFtNT --- .. :.,

I ..
.. ..
TODAY I Home Office;Bloomln' .ton.. Illinois .

II Peat..
II"I 128 WALNUT ST. PHONE 961.5289 HERMAN WILLIS, .Owner1'lIt"RSD.Y. :.

1i ..
--- ,-



i ____ .. _* ,_ w w U- j___ .. j _
---- ----------r- -J- ----l- -

I SIX \proitn" ootrjfTT TrrjccmAPii. IITAItn'l! PORflA THURSDAY. FFJI. i 16. 1961 I

Attorneys File I met At.mother the. conclusion at $62.47 of the* Red Cross Emory JohnsSuccumbs r Election Costs 3 NamedTo Girl Scout I,

hearings last month. Judge ELECT ED PECK

Murphree gave counsel until (Continued from Pave Onel) After I CouncilAt Drive Nets $619

Briefs Feb. 10 to file briefs to con- Total I YOUR STATE SENATORPd.
Final tlon for our district $6,491
clude their testimony and an and state programs," he added. Auto AccidentEmory Brooker Contribution to the Gateway
additional five days to answer Girl Scout.: Council for the local
cAd other. Cr0M5'* aorvlce'In the Senate The three elections needed to Girl Scouts totaled $610 ( Pol. Adv.)
In Timber Suits Tho timber firms have pa'd' ended last year when. his Melvin .lohnu. Bfl, of Install a new :state legislaturewill Ted Bighnm, J. R. \\Mott. and ut the end of the drive spon- ,
Lester Johns Road died I cost Bradford County $6- Roy Carroll were elected to .
1065 and 1908 county taxes one-county district was thrown sored under the supervision I ..
based on their assessments before Into( the huge 300-mllc-long- Wednesday, morning In a Lake 491, and "that's a very conservative the Brooker City Council in of former ""Mayor Randal Chlt-
"FlnRl' ; briefs of In the Butler hospital. i Death was attributed election.
reply city
: Clerk Tuesday's
estimate County
24-county territory comprising
the re-evaluation to 100 ty, according to Mrs. Pat I
lix .Assessment suits brougbt i| per cent of cash value In 1063. the 2nd Congressional District. to natural cnuacs although Charles Darby says Tally in the council rate wan: Spengler. scout leader. I We Spray AD Day Saturdays!
trainst Bradford County by They are some $128.000 In arrears Mr. Johns was Ho estimates 'the cost of I Molt 44; Carroll. 44; Big-ham, "It Is through the efforts
flvo timber firms were filed in taxes as set by tho a collision with a semitruckat each of the three elections set 41; and Cecil Melvin 34. ,
Earl Powers of Individuals like Mayor Chlt-
Wednesday as ordered by Circuit the Intersection of Highways for Feb. 28 March 14, and I Veteran Mayor M. O. Har- I
county. 100 nnd 121 jui't oust ty that campaigns such as i ..
<< Judge John< A. H. Mur- March 28 at $2,163 each. The rail unopposed was the top -
of Lake Butler at 8:30: p.m. this are a success, :l\Irs. I
W1 ee. (Continued From Page One] general election In Novembercost
Ed Peck vote-getter with 51. City Clerk Spengler states "ThlH work '
In the nulls Tuesday.Mr.
'Plaintiffs) the county $2.800, but I r
Container Ings. had released Iva Douglas, also unopposed, I was continued In his name with ,,
; Corp., Rayonlar, Johns been that was due to the very large '
Oilman Paper. Owens-Illinois In 1951 Powers was selected from Bradford County Hospital ballot.] received 48.Although 1 I renewed Inspiration. Mayor I'I'I
(Continued From Page '
Chitty had set a goal for the
md a private owner Nelson as one of ''the five outstanding earlier In the day Tuesday The voting this year, when there were no announced ( .
$locker, allege thAt Bradford perience in business, agricul young men lit Florida! and where he had been treated none was scheduled, will definItely candidates for the Job drive of $600.
Tax: Assessor Geno Lonff's ture. Chamber of Commerce, received similar honors while for a heart condition. At put a hole In the county Mrs. .spengler wishes to ,
ijnlues on their timberlands and civic work qualify me to a student at the university. he time of the accident ha budget, the clerk mild.: of town marshal, Victor' Jones thank every contributor and Florida Pest Control & ChemicalCO.

are "Illegal and conflscatory." understand and cope with Ho served for six years on was driving east. from Luke The bill for 83 persons need waa elected with a write-In I I' remind Them that "throughtheir

Long valued the timberlandst these and other area problems the Alachua County School Butler on 100 and, made a left ed to work at the polls will of eight 'votes, and Leroy I he'p! the Gill Scouts CO.

an average of $80 per acre, Board and wa state campaign turn. Into 121 (north toward run $1,848 per election, and Stokes was runner-up with]] movement nag ,been given:
much higher than values the "I? the eittzeni of this area manager tor the late Uov. Rnlford) directly' In the pathof ballots will cost $200 each six. I another boost." 964-5745
amber firms arrived atby decide they want, me to represent tan McC tty. lie was appointed ,the truck traveling west time. I

,their capitalization of net InJ them as their senatoi I to the road board by Gov. on 100 toward Lake Butler. -- -- -------- .-
< ,>rrte method they claim should 1 can only say that I will accept McCarty and served until resigning State Trooper Paul Carterof -
be used. One company estimated !- the challenge and the responsibility to become first chairman Lake Butler who Investigated -, HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS INIIUR.'NCEAT !

Its tlmbei'lands were with total dedication," of the Florida State; Turn- the accident in cooperation ( ('I.essIs'lI'I. .. : Alt .& UPHOLSTERY WORKS REDUCED RATES I FRONT ALIGNMENT\
Worth, less than $25 per acre: P-jck concluded. pike Authority. He was appointed with thu Union CountyherlfC's I HATKMIp '710 Lemon St. Palatka Gulf Service AUTO, FIRE BOAT I I Latent Precision Equipment

a to the road (board by office and Lake Fuller -I 'ft IS word -.__il.OO Furniture Repaired USED r.VKTS! DOYLE E. CONNER I Kuctory Trained Mwlwnlcs,

.. I Gov. Collins in 1955, and reappointed police said the truck Rnch word o.,.r 13 ____.*TKtlrn Upholstered & Refinished Top PrIces for Wrecked. Care INSURANCE AGENCY ,'I All Work (iHtmuiterd.Thli .
in 1957. plowed Into the right side of MATTRESSES REBUILTNew 21 Hour Wrecker: Service aehg ,I Wefk' Special'

I i the Johns' car knocking It fhMVK If n"tlinlil Fuel Oil .
i REPUBLICAN MEETING III uilvnnc ._.211 Innersprlnga -- I $5.88
112 feet and turning It completely -
Bob Saunders and Box AAA S & II Green !lt.nnI18 I urt. 'extra If n..t,1df'JUESTONE
; around heading south. .t: lIonIAI.'Mnl.ITIOll1t: : : Springs |>
II rrn<.. wnrd Call IIwy. 301 N. Waldo. < MARY
He said ''the truck was not Drop V* A Card or I

A REPUBLICAN' ORGANIZATION MEETING; I [Continued From PaJ Onel : traveling, at excessive! speed' C',,HU OK TII.,_':Mv. .* PALATJKA EA 5-9166 8-l9fW I L .112 \\'. 1\1..11.0"
no word tern *::1..1tn'h I
WILL BE HELD AT TilE STARKE LIONS CLUB "Constl- and came to a stop: on tho I : word ..,..F SOi- __, Blties, he continued. right shoulder of the highway. 'I 209 E. Adkins St. WANTED Waitresses apply CARTER
titftlonal" revision Is another The truck driver Lacy Wilson Sta rk., Agent In person. Lee's Restaurant BOOK before buying *nvjther
and I look for encyclopedia. M. A
urgent problem of Birmingham Ala., was not I I and Drive In. tfcnjr
ward to having a voice In injured. ADULT EDUCATION classes. Payne, your local representative -
: HAROLD HILL WILL HE GUEST SPEAKER.A helping bring about a consti- Join now. Elementary andSecondary. PAINTSComplete since<< 1999.! Box 828.
Damage to the truck was FURNISHED Announcing opening of new
tution geared to the problems Phone 964-6560. tfchg
RONALD REAGAN FILM WiLl. BE SHOWN state today. around $300, while Mr. days.. 064-6800 evenings tf I plumbing firm In Keystone
facing I
car !was listed us a JOhns'1 ONE BEDROOM : Heights.!' New plumbing and Lin
FOLLOWING THE MEETING. Saunders mild be would meet Mr. Johns wan a I repairs to your door, electric of
regularly with elected official I- the Florida State APARTMENTS\ II Myers Power Tool
officer at sewer and sink cleaning: I
: In the six county district Prison and had been on convalescent I Nation Wide I drain line cleaning. Harry. H. Area Headquarters for

7 All Interested Persons Are Urged I to help. work out localproblems. leave I Paint Factory NKXT: TO BUS I Goodwin owner .and president. Paintsand Lawnmowera Powrtr: TvuMMrCulIooh

He wall born in Bradford, ,I Phone 473-4415. Rt. 1 Box Chain. Saws ,
To Attend. I 341: N. Temple Ave. Elect. Heat and Air Condo I Water I
; County on Dec. 1, 1008 and 290_, _Keystone__n____Heights__ ____tfchfc_ __.___ .. .L_ Systemszriggs _. __L __
II the son of tho lute Henry E BiranonRentals s.ngme.
Rape Charges was Keg. $1.99 Gal Value $85.00 Per Month MALE&: FEMALEASSEM
11 Sale Servk
I Lester Johns and Julia >
Dismissed Whltchead Johns, who resideson 3 Gal. For $5.00 Call! BLY 'and TESTS openings.! SuppliesFor 230 N.SX 18th Av*.
Arc Basic electronics or electricity
Johns Road. He was a GalnvUle STS-3411.
SLADE'SWash ; member of the Mlcldlcburg Reg. $2.9!) Gal. Value MR. MASONcare ,I or repair<< of electrical appliance tfch&;

[.Continued, Ffom Page One] Baptist Church. : 4 Gal. For $10.00 of Ernest"! Tew considered.* or similar Starting work rate will will be All Purposes

Besides hu mother ho Is "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE "1'0'
here." said States Attorney depend on qualifications.: Excellent -
Ted Duncan pointing to Bib- survived by his wife Gladys; Rejr. $3.99 Gal. Value Realty Inc. benefits and working LEARN." Register now. Adult

ley evidence presented dId J three sisters, Mrs. Juanlta 4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER I conditions. Daily Interviews 8 ZIPPERS Education clauses. Elementary
SPEOIAL not warrant continuance of Andrews and Mrs. Flora Bell Gainesville Ph. 376-6161 am. to 4 p.m. SPERRY!: Electronics. I and Secondary. Phone 964-
that 8Ll>ley had Rivers both' of Lake Butler I Tube Division. SPERRY 6091 day: 964-6800 evenings tfNOTICE
the charge
committed the offense with and MID. Agnes K, Mann of I 2906 N. W. 13th St. I RAND Corp.. (Gainesville Fla 7 & 10 In. lOc

under I Ocala( ; three brothers, Alvin P., An
unmantad female equal opportunity employer -
an the age of. 18. whs :was of of Waldo; William N.. Ala. I I 3tchg 2-23 14 In. .. 15c !
chua and Bcaland B. Johns, WEED
previous chaste character.A 22 In. . 25c Change of Address

Up To 14 Lbs. Of signed second'atJhe cpnclusivn warrant, was of Lake at Funeral 2 Butler.p.m.services Saturday will In be held tho I I All Types I ONE STOP Lawn MowerREPAIR RIODEN'MISOOKKEEPING. AND TAXSJlR'ICE I

the hearing,. however, charging Mlddleburg Baptist Church Bulldozer & MARRIKD: COUPLES WANTED

Clothes In This SJbley. with. contributing with Rev. Connie Johnson officiating. I>rag Line WorkJ. MASONRYMATERIALS SERVICEMinor for cottage parent work,
to the 'delinquency of a minor Interment, will follow I Tun3-np or Oorhaul. couples start at $445 per mo. now located at 118 S. Court

a misdemeanor. Judge In the family plot In Ben C. Gardner New \%liecis, 'on- :Minimum education 9, age 21 Street.. ht door bark of

Yawn set bond on that Sapp Cemetery at New River PHONE 964-772O( tr lll. etc. Vl'e also have plus. 8 day week. In general KoUl DrUg Phone 6t-6.U7..
charge at $800 which Sibley under direction of DeWltt C. : I'l<'k-up and DelKery "r"- married couples work same tfchg

Is to answer next Tuesday.Feb. Jones Funeral Home. I KNAPP SHOE COUNSELOR!: I Ire. shift. Qualified single persons I
21. at. Plea Day in Active pall'je.ircrs will be for this area Is E.: M. Norton I Ready Mix: Tonrrefe Concrete CAIXFIRESTONE also accepted. If Interested apply -

AUTOMATIC WASHER County Court, nephews of the deceased, and I Ph. 533-2081, or write Rt. 1,, Block Sand. Rock In person Personnel Offlre USED VACUUM: cleaners reConditioned -
Cement, Mortar, Steel Oyster Sunland Training Center
"It's a reflection upon the honorary pallbeururs will bedeacons Box 354.\ Staike. Fla. 32091.Woik 964.7.192 $15 up. 10different
City Of 'Starke" the states I of his church. I Shoe Sale, Jan. 15 toi > hpIl. .Umerook.IJntel RoofOraxel and 312 w M&141i5nStarke Gainesville.! 4tchg 3-2 name brands to chooae from.
PreriMt !
attorney- also) told _the court. : Stehar 20' Window Slll. Everything I"' ". If I TilE RIGHT POINT for the> Parts & excellent repairs all
imbmlttea: his Chief resign-Bill Prison AuditIs I FOR RENT -Furnl" .h d efficiency for Manonry jConstructlon. the way you write. Come In SF m VICE 712 N. Main, Oalncn-
ation to Police apartment with bad- FOR SALE -- Used 2x6 8 & and select your favorite ES- vOle 376-7110. tfchg
__ Rosser shortly after a warrant .. TERBROOK fountain pen.
; Ordered room. :RMmw Ants phone ANNOUNCING 10 ft. long $25 per thousand.
was-Issued\ by the Brad-
064-6279 338 W. Washington Phone Jacksonville EL 44921. TELEGRAPH.
: ford Couftty* Judsr's" office on i St. tfchg I ANew 2tchg 2'16' I
[Continued From, Page One) I THE RIGHT POINT for the
Jan. 30. The Rancher
.' I I FOR SALR-2 bedroom house Ready 'Mix Plant EMPLOYMENT: Foreman on I the way you write. Come In
Slbley) said he! was resignIng I I the station's Information may & lot In Hampton or will move small ranch. New CB house I and select your favorite ES-' I
? voluntarily to save the department I have come from some disgruntled to any other area. Priced for furnlHhnd.: Must bo capable of TERBROOK fountain pen. I Inc.Western.

from, embarrass I ex-Inmate or employee. quick sale. Phone Gainesville I Heights cattle management and have I,I TELEGRAPh: Wear
"Apparently the television 2-8 I I, .
376-4227. 2tp of farm
knowledge machinery
ment. He had been with the I
station knows more than we For Better Service To A good opportunity for the NEW MOBILE. homes Chlcka Guns
Police Department three do about this thing, ," the war- That Area. right person. f'honeelro"o'.: [ ..ha 20' & 21' wide. BiiddyClenruion 9

years. I den aalil. "I 1 don't know of any Georsre, E. LaRueINSntANCK Fla. 475-5561 for Interview 'I Layton Travel. Trailers e Livestock
such wholesale loan of food We Will Not He 3tchg 2-23 I'I Liberty Taylor ARutcn' t
: 1 from here. We may bEe a can .\JENCV Undersold. : buy. sell. trade. Year. bank. financing Supplies
= of coffee 01' some other Item "harp. l\f"dl..p' "Stop. JjACY CONWAY I :, :, Buckeye Trailer 1\1:11: [
tr from time to time." UK': START! FLYING SERVICK Inc. 8673 Roosevelt Blvd. I 9 Saddlery
12 \\Vides I.mCOllt Medicare I'hl"I'roh.tlo. Bradford .
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane ] Orange Park 261-2131.& tfch*
( rentiila. nrpyhouml BusCharter.
Area CD MeetIs $66 A Year
Custom Made I Keep your party together NO. 470 Manager
For Florida Autn Fire Home Owners EngineeringCo. charter a bus.! r*"*"* 13 acres of rich good :.and. II
Living Held Here Ufa &: ArrlftratKcvatonn 6th Street
I I I P81-6000. tfchg acres tillable vegetable! crops\
lIHffht. 47S-41W\! I II
Gt More fpnred. 78 Peran trees! var-
II YOU I WOULD YOU BKLJKVK: ;? I 'v Near Livestock Market
EmpluuHlH was plnrod on obtaining iety fruit tree 2 arm lawn I
': fi I I For Your $ $ a direct communications GOOD ANGOLA ORAPS hav ONLY StOO. O for "world's beautiful view over looking,: fJafnesville. ::17 -4595

No Salaried' or Commissioned ystem at the annua' for sale, $28 ton at barn., Call I smallest electric adding ma- tree farm from 6 rm Farm '
I North Florida Area Civil Defense Clyde Bradley 961-6294. I II 'Phone Starke chine In handsome currying ... 2 BJrms bath gas
Employee Directors ConferencE.held I atchg 2'16ItAY 964.5403 case. Adds, subtracts' multiplies heat 2 porches Plus tractor FOR SALE2 bedroom CB

DAD & BRAD LAR3EN; at. the Bradford County I I Totals up to 999,9119.99. shed and hen house. Very house. Large Florida room.
FOR SALE!: and Pensa-
Hud credit balance. Terms If Small equity and take up
Value Here. $12.000
EOC Building last Friday. Keystone Ready Good
cola seed. Wade Dan-
coordinator -I grass doslied. See It now! Bradford terms n,,' mrnta $63.00 per mo.
Walter Murphey. Mix I
king 1I64-! 130. tfchg
I County If Phone 9643246ntght
YOU Benefit! of tho North Florida Aiea Telegraph. chg NO. !501 STARKE:: I4SOO Day
473-4285 -
4tch2 2 16
and conductor of the day- EUNICE NUR8KRY FOR SALE -- Corner lot of Yes. $14500 buys 38 Industrial 964-5343

long confab, said the Ideal Pecan Fruit, Citrus trees and Keystone land with two( buildings on zoned acres In city lim
I All Sized .Jn Display system would be a direct radio Ornamental shrubs: Azaleas It. If interested call 961-5673: Its'! City sewers electricity. SINGE1. DIAL-O-MATtC, I-

:, 8-10-12 Wide hook-up between each of lOc up. Camellias 75c. Bare I GROCERY- .STORE with JivIng or can be seen at corner of water gas paved fcldewalks Console Model Sewrnx Machine -

I I'/r.Bath' : the 18 counties and tho area root and container grown.. Petunia quartern. Stock and fixtures Church and Jackson St. Perfect for developer Ideal Mu t place In your

and Ezpandablea headquarters now being con- 79c doi. 2 miles North ,.$3,000..Buildthg for sale 2tp 2-16 for factory. etc. You know area...A-1 shape, Zl-j& Zags.
I structed at the city industrial I I of Lawtey on 301. Turn west or rent. Good, terms. Williams what else. ONLY 1-4 down. make*'! buttoflHole. fancy designs -

park In Starke. at sign. Phone 782-3465. Grocery,, Hampton. 4tp 2-23 STROUT REALTY sews on buttons, ppll-

$ $10 New .tind Used Such a system, Murpheymild I I 4tchg 3-2 MAGNAVOX hi-fidelity -- 2117 N. Temple Ave. Starke ques, monograms etc. Sold)
I ( would cost each participating 1 FOR RENT:! -One and 2 bet- brown mahogany portable with FIn ((904)) 9646609. Free Local new over* $300. M\ ST SAC-

$17700 'S-Yr. 'financing availabteUs. I II county approximately, \\'ANTF.n room apartments furnished or leg. Very nice and has bet- List. RIFICE. Just pay balance

MONTH I .o4it). The only method of 3 MEN not over 40 for cutting unfurnished- Reasonable. W. ter sound than most stereos, $62 .Q.J& assume/ $8 monthly

; Our Rental-Pur- communication between the department at Biff Dad H. Nollman 510 N. Cherry SB.tfchi. U$. 1 chrome stroller In ex. REPOSSESSED Baldwin payments.. Will take older

chase Plan. -Payments counties and ,area headquarters Mfg-. Co. Excellent wages and cellen.t condition, $8. Ph. 984- Piano. Also repossessed: Or- machine In trade. Call Credit
now Is by ham radio Personnel 7163. gan. LJpham Music Co..
benefits. Contact Itp Manager! COLLECT Jacksonville -
Under $50 Per Month\ CENTRAL
said which Is not
Murphey Dept. or call 064-7900 after EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Gainesville shopping Ctr. 110 353-1946 ar'7 time.
reliable. 6 p.m. Itchg IT'S s. W. 10th Ave. 4tch J'33' : Will deliver. No obligation.
nearly spring cleaning
Officials from the State of 118 S. COURT
Looking for a job? Do we time! You mu&t! try Swipe. WORLD'S SMALLEST electric 4thg 2'1NELIS ;
I Florida Department of Civil LOT for sale, 100x100. Pay
f flt NOIW Defense Department and the only $15.47 down, and $15.47 have your application & new Swipe makea a bottle of win- addling machine: adds, subtracts STYLE 'SHOP (Hlway

State Health Department attended for SO more months city phone number? If not, contact dow cleaner for llfcc or house multiplies: has credit 21, Melrose) .la proud to announce -
I the conference, according water. Write 'XT', P. O. Drawer ouJ: offUto<< _no hold cleaner for 6'lie. Compare balance. Only $109.50 Brad- that Mary Hersey Is
Mobile Home Sites at 29c and 89c.
to Bradford Director A. Starke, 32091. 4tp 3-9 964-8557 Swipe frvrt, (fount Telenranh tf now. working with u.. and will
AVAILABLE Frank Williams. cleans white walls, carpet welcome her friend to comein
2 YEAR PARTS WARRANTY MATURE LADY can become FOR SALE by owner, 10 mildew, ovens, lawn furniture, FOR RENT 6 room unfurnished and visit. 226PIANOS /
Full Lake Privileges Sixteen of the area's 18 franchalse owner of ladles' phonographs, 8000 records. 300 etc. Add 2 caps to your wash house $55: per mo. 4.tthg

,. 1 YEAR LABOR WARRANTY Homestead Exempt north Florida.. counties were shop In Starke. Pixie Shops, Stereo ,LPs, good condition.Joe Instead of bleach. You can't 1435 S. Water St. Phone, !l6.1- ORGANS

Financing represented. I which has 104 stores In :3 s Wainwright, Kingsley Lake, afford not to spend 92.95 fora 6637. Itchg W /
states now has an openingfor Ph. 633-2145. Itp quart. Call\ 964-7163. Itp one small organ to be picked

i DEPUTY; JIOOKE new manager-oWner In I LADY WANTED\ to work in FOR SALE: 13 new awning up 'In this vicinity. Small deposit -
Lake Geneva COMPLETES JCOtKSK: Starke. Store Is established and Pixie Shop la Starke. Start windows with screens and fit ;? and assume low monthly
: doing business. Will show LOST 2 cows, one knob payments. For Information
Bradford County Deputy good immediately. Jim Roberson tings. Also 2 small gas heat
: SLADE GAS Trailer SalesOn Glen A. ,Moore recently completed books. Call Jim Roberson. Ph. I Ph. 378-2083 Gainesville after horn white face and solid ers. $10 each. Barnhllls, High- call or write credit manager.

a General Law Enforcement 378.2083, Gainesville, after 7 7 p.m. or apply Pixie Shop, white Brahman weighs 500 lb. way 21, Alelrose. Itchg Ray'm Music Center 1227, W.

'. course presented by p.m. tfchg Saturday. Feb. 18. Itchg No identification T. B. and University Ave.. Gainesville.
Route 100. On* Mile SB- Bangs test In right ear. One Phone 378-0031. Itchg1
AND APPLIANCES Keystone Heights the Florida Law Enforcement 1 FARM FOR SALE 86 acres buttheaded black Angus cow SPECIAL Horse & Pony Sale

Open Sun. & EveningsSlbley Academy. The highly technical FOR RENT Furnished on.- 'Hwy. 100 West. R. F. >
'332 W. Madison Phone 964-7701 program emphasized> current BR house. Phone 964-6783( or ','t 408.4267, Lake Butler. If returned to owner. Jacksonville Livestock Auc- living room and bath. 218 S.
: ....=,-.,. I trends In the Increased use of' Inquire 308 S. Water St..'ltchg. I TU. after 0 p.m. Ztp 2-23 Call 96'-6222. Stchg 3-2 tion Co. Come to buy or ell.. Walnut. Ph. W64-7929. Mrs.
ovioncu: in l law enforreinont I I Itchg Titus Olson. Itp"AQ&




a -
--- ---- -- -



----- -

t .; .'.. t.L'IIIo""' n J !g;: .,. "'"'I .r;' .' }}''Y.; ..:.!t"i'J '- "''' .

I LETTERS : r, '.\; ;':......J.......,...',",., ..'.. "I..5"., "'", ,;,': I.",-I,,>, ,, : : ..
J '"
.. ..
..s ,.' / .. ,) "
'" ty dof
.' l i,4: r" ,

Appointive: Chief And Clerk .'Ei'..';;f'::1'.I.''x'''......'.tier;::!.l, ." :,. 11, '. .;.. ..', ",.... V .;4 w

.........I.....!. ;; I '''_" r? G: A Y' \
; ri"
Seen As Another Tower Grab'February Dear Mr. Matthews:
It- ;k. ';'I, Ge..l I.
".f ; I Now that the three Federal

(('i.' .... -d Sc.e.:: : Y Judges have spoken-in fact,
) )
"Designed decreed the boundaries
hl h-
13 1967 to help f" ,'.. G t\\ have
Dear Mr Matthews: school dropouts help themselves F' f ,". I of the various Senatorial and

Once again the situation tills Great Society ..., / Legislative districts we,
arises, "Chamber versus Citi- ''dream project has become, ,/ '-' who believe in the future..ot

zens," and once again an effort instead. a multi-million dol- \ 01 :r'n Bradford County should;:

Et' r, G ,, p .' Is being made to wrest lar program for the care and .;10, 1: Encourage competent
( fl t t1r the power of governmentfrom coddling of young people .,.>", 1 r. candidates to offer themselves -

the poor dumb voters. including* the hoodlums ,t. :; for State Senator and
Believe me, as much as I among them." Little do our "' : Representative from among
would like to stay out of tillscontroversy citizens realize how fortunate '" } us.

and stop sticking( they are that the Chamber's ..ri,!: ; >. 2. Oet behind and endorseas

I my neck out I feel compelled efforts failed. Reports have <; .:1 r:,:...-" I :: :? K4q well as work for ana elect.

to speak up on the subject streamed In from all corners a man from our county to

1 I of appointing the City Clerk of the country where these the new senatorial district

H and the Police Chief. centers are located. I'll tell ; ", ., Vr comprising Oilchrlst, Alachua -

J There are some people In you some of the things I Bradford, Levy. Dixie,

M Starke and Bradford County saw and heard, which ;t'.: and Lafayette Counties

t who seem to have already acquired makes It so hard to for 1.': if'; Lafayette Counties.

KA much power aid yet get my encounter with this : 3. We would work to retain

cannot seem to quench the organization. I saw some #' a member of the House of

Insatiable desire for more people who were blinded by ?t. ; Representatives from our

Most of us are content with the love of $$$, who seemedto a'tt'. .: ". county. The new district calls

the power of one vote, so itdoesn't be willing" sacrifice the ,: t. for two members elected from,
welfare of ourcitizens and /; ,: .: .
: Columbia,
seem quite fair that I, Nassau Baker
those who have so much children" In. their quest for !it, .,;"; .'_ ., ...... :Bradford, Union and Clay

I Row Row Your B ;;t---n-: should take from those who I saw a small group or 1.("I,.,.'vo r lI"--,' \ Counties.

Row have so little. Chamber people, flagrantly .I!,1 : Yours for a more progres-
and arrogantly, disregard a (
I would like to remind the r lIve! Bradford County.
It Isn't in our county. County, Putnam County, and the Starke Council that those petition, which I presented! !, Sincerely

Maybe it isn't even any of our State Road Department in an effort people who are. not smart bearing 689 signatures of r: Walter H. Lee

business.But to fix (or dodge) responsibility enough to elect a City Clerk citizens from all sections of w.
county, who were in -
our opposition
we still hate to see folks tor raising or lowering certain and Police Chief are the to their Job Corps \\60. }! Dear Mr. Matthews:

given the run-around, especially culverts, and/or deepening and name people who elected the efforts I heard two of their So I'm going to try again

when they're friends and neigh widening certain ditches, and Council. Maybe the Council leaders refuse to participateIn About seven months ago I

opening up other drains.It should also be appointed. a straw-ballot, at the ex- r sent you a clipping showing.
bors.This Who should do the appointing 1L Cf WDI ,' a letter I had written; the
picture isn't new. It was is a complex problem, and ? The Chamber of Com- pense of the opposition with to
here. I asked
taken a year or so ago in frontof one that deserves action not merce? the opposition's promise thatIf (.i paper jou
print it, but you didn't sea
the Putnam Hall post office. just idle promises. You may be surprised to the ballot wanted proved It we the would ma- Here We Go Again! fit to do so. -

But the scene it depicts could Some day, perhaps, it is not know that there are some jority never another cord in In that letter. I stated !thatI

happen again. too much to hope that the prob- comments In your editorial; opposition.say We asked them, had Just finished! a careful'

Last weekend's three or four lem will be attacked in the right which. I can agree with. I in. turn to agree that! if the FARMER'S DIARYplace study of the John Birch Soc.
inches rain served with certainly feel 1 'that such a Icty Blue Book and that I,
of as a genUe manner an engineering majority didn't want It. they
reminder of what another wet study of the entire chain of lakes, move would not remove the would atop their pursuIt While Old Man Winter has and the thine is a was applying for member

spring like the one experiencedlast starting in the Camp Blanding two offices entirely from pol- Their reply? "We don't have huffed and puffed with his pest, as It Is rooting up allover ship. I also challenged any
itics. I think it would sim-
time to fool with it." Then I icy breath and threatened: us r the yard and Violating loyal American to read the
could do to the South reservation and continuing link by
year ply reduce! the number who Blue Book and1 then try to
differ. we've escaped in other ways.
hard freeze, our hospitality'
saw something quite with
Clay and North Putnam County link to the prairies of Putnam had to be "politicked. and a You it
loud Invitation smear the Society. see

looks will get a
ent. I saw/ 20 or 25 people, so far and it now He soon
hall result in some "cross- husbands, wives and children as though spring cannot be d to leave. Justcannot, be done. X have

area.Half Moon lake, whore flood In the meanwhile, property politicking"; with the possibility work, till after 2 o'clock in far off. And at this late date been a very proud member.for .

conditions had started levelingoff owners in the hard-hit area have of the Jobs being the morning; addressing and we still have a poinsettia in They are getting more some months' now.

with a dry November, has nothing to go on but promises, awarded or the basis of who stamping envelopes and: stuffing bloom at the southslde of our numerous around here all the I ask"that, you' please print

started rising again, threatening and promises are beginning to supported whom in the ballots to be mailed to home. And> at the same time time. Best evidence of that this and 'also the attached

property around its shores. wear a bit thin.Let's Council elections. all the registered voters of violets are out near our entranceway fact Is the number you see letter which appeared In the
Could not the policymaking IMSMsaua of the
roadsides that December
Bradford This democracy along the ,
County was
The old game of "passing the have some action!II of the offices be %
powers In action. These have been killed by cars. Fort Lauderdale, News If you
, buck" is still being played by ,Clay shifted to the Council through shall be.
people spending( their own According to reports we've However, aside from that, will do this, I very
Sam McGarvey
legislation, without recta.'IItating could of By they seem to be thriving; and grateful.
time and money' they had from a number grow-
I appointment of the the Is In good Jacksonville, we am told that they are well M..Olen. Duke
Serious Charges Await DocumentationRule not afford were doing ers, the berry crop Elllsville and
positions? 2317 Davie :Blvd.
job others were getting paid shape. One thing is sure, last will carry as high as 34.000 protected from predators.
PosSibly there has not Ft.. Lauderdale, Fla" ,
to do "aeektatf the.wl:1: of the weekend the plants 'got conversations( simultaneously. -
number one for editorial 1966. been the cooperation between people." I saw a statement In enough rain to last for sometime That's a terrific mount Sam is back at. his o(4( ,prob- Editor The News:

writers: Channel 12 said that its infor- officials in City Hall that Is your paper, from -one. of our and: they! should be in of gabbing to. .go on at one lem again. the driveway. 'This Tha .Nov. 20 Issue of the

I Don't jump to conclusions. Be mation had come primarily from necessary for an efficient operation elected officials, who was good shape to withstand a time, ,but the phone officials time he's using old brick to News carried the following)

not quick to pass judgment.. inmates, families of inmates, and : however, cooperationIs sworn to represent the people cold snap if one comes along must know what they're doIllg' fill up the holes, and It Is'' a item: .
a give and take propositionon ) A ,group of American lenders
"the ballot means nothing.) At times it seems as slow, back-breaking; job.
Certainly we will need more to some employees of the prison. As '
the part of all parties have
created institute'
Biooker However, something ho to an
And h was right! One-fifth Paul Emery, out though we have at least that
on, in reaching a conclusion lawyer can tell the concerned. It should not be
go any you to
of the registered voters 'Of way got a good break from many using the line between to be done, as after every for American democracy,
concerning serious charges of testimony of prison inmates is expected unless' It Is given:: in fight extremism of toth the
(Bradford County said no to the rain, as he had Just Lawteyi' and Starke. rain the holes gel) deeper and
of from the often of the calibre return. Taking away the peo- right and the left. Howeverthe
"leakage property" not highest the Job Corps, andtheywero -planted-a lot of pasture grass the Puddle Jumper will float,
Florida State frisson! than the and the same might he said of a ple's freedom of choice Is not Ignored. I heard this opposi- seed and he won't have toworry The cable will be burled so they say, but Sam bas no article listed only one

rather. vague and veiled state few disgruntled employees!, if the answer. tion group called everythingfrom about a lack ot mois deep enough in the ground so great big urge to find out if target-The John Birch Soc-

ments made Tuesday during news such is the case. I question the motive of mis-informed to com- ture. Paul !Is In the hay busi- that even though the land- ;It is true. iety which the institute's
this move. It appears to me chairman: said Is 'fielding
broadcasts! on Channel 12 television This is not to'lay/' that the that an effort is being madeto munists. ness, and also. raises. cattle.There's owner uses the land for "staff assembled
the largest ever
What kind of people are w farming he is not likely to And he has to hurry up /
should be taken
charges lightly.
acquire a means of getting ] to attack the things
you'llsee more rain In the with the Job for
3o far driveway
they? Look. around you cut or damage it. as
The station has promised more Certainly Channel 12 must believeit rid of a non-conformist who Americans hold dear," ."*
them doing the nonpaying air though, as politics we know no one plows four soon the grass will be growing
detailed documentation, and prison has a well documented case cannot be defeated at the unpubllci/ed Jobs In taken over again; and In the feet deep again, and he and the The chairman did not Iai::.

officials will doubtless accept before staking its reputation for polls.) While I do not agree thelrv churches and organizations next six weeks we'll oil get mower will be weekend bud what these"" things( are. Of ae..

the challenge and make immediate accuracy on a shotgun charge of with the way some people Interested In chil bowlegged in going to the When we first saw an dies again. There's no rest for .48 Institute members, several

reply to charges of "leakage of this nature. vote, this.' Is still the AmerIcan dren's welfare. Were: they polls ,for three elections. Andno armadillo in this section we the weary- especially those were listed. To name a few' .

way and one of the free- Republicans? matter' what happens, we excited to such an who enjoy I 171 I living out in Dore Sohary, chairman erADL
vast amounts of food" in the sum We will wait for further and have died for Democrats or ; were see AppletcateT;
doms men registered Demo- think we'll bo better off as odd looking critter. Now we the country. : Doctor
They were
of tens of thousands of dollars more complete documentation, and since the birth of' our nation.At President of NEA; Roy WU-
crate, but this was secondary far as the senate is concerned have one staying at our
during a five-month period, from a full accounting by the prison the risk of sounding old- first of all they were AMERICA for we'll have a senator klns. Director of National

July 1 through November 30, administration which un- fashioned and behlrd the N31! closer at hand, and one who Association of Colored People -

doubtedly will be forthcoming. times I still think It's the Now we come to another will know this county better Walter Reuther and,
best way. question. Why should an organization than one from out Tallahassee NEWS And NOTES Doctor Arthur Larson. *
Now I'd like to say a few Is thli to boost tne
any way
I A Lot 01 People Arc Missing A Lot 01 Fun words about the Bradford for, : businessmen/ primarily receive of, and tax: way.. For Today's Homemakers prestige of the John Birch

County Chamber of Com- ? You bet It Lsi I
money- t.o. finance their activities Don't look now. but the y Society
Basketball at Bradford High weekend. The Tornadoes have merce. There are some! members ? Why: should they be Bradford County Fair Is com- By Martha\ Sue McCala MRS OLEN DUKE

this season is as exciting a beaten Lake City once 71-40, but of this organization whoI an exception among: all the Inir\ up soon and the Fair officials Te Whom It Concern:
call friends but I cannot County Extension < May
find the Tigers turned around other organizations of the are making preparations I,1
pastime as you'll anywhere. right .agree with some of the 01'ganlzatlon's Home Economics Man has an Inherent desire
for the best one yet. AgentA
Take Tuesday night for in- and took a 38-36 thriller in over- concepts and City and Countv? There are to destroy, to slaughter to
Dates for the big evtnt are
stance. Our Tornadoes lost, but time from us to win the Florida practices. many worthwhile organizations March 29-AprlI 1, so mark .. maim, and to Injure. To what
whose members must
it would be hard to find Star Conference This organization is some- to ttepts will be descend to satisfy
a member Championship.Class spend many, non-paid hours it down on your calendar. NIBBLE IN TIME: the color of the fabric, try

of the crowd that jammed the AA Ocala edged the Tor- what like appointed officials of hard work to raise money You .can get details on It To get the best eating restore it by treating with Under that desire the guise? of destroy.. *

BHS gym for the contest with nadoes four points 52-48, In Together with the Bradford for their projects. I feel that from Pete Novak who is the from vegetables, plan tc use ammonia or vinegar. For lag so-called "wild dogs" some;

Baker County's Wildcats who feels Ocala. County Development Authority many organizations are much manager or from George them soon after purchase. fresh stains apply ammoniaand "sportsmen" have taken this

he didn't get his money's worth. At the championship in which are practically more beneficial to. many Hugglns, Bill Haas and Freshness and nutrients can riMe with water. For old opportunity to satisfy their
game one in the name! they receivea and rinse
The only thing wrong with that Lake more Starke and Bradford others. be lout If vegetables are kept stains apply vinegar Just to kill ,by shooting everydog
not 20 BUS fans
City, over large portion of their op-
It perspiration;
The telephone cable which under the best with water.
County citizens, but they do too long even In sight.On .
ball game was that the Tornadoesdidn't could be spotted. Over half the erating funds from tax: this stain you may
not receive'public money. will be laid through storage conditions. For example leaves an oily Tuesday last they were
win. crowd at the Macclenny game money. The taxpayers haveno Let's take a brief glimpse at county and Union County, leafy green vegetables need to use a grease solvent on the Keystone Airport and

But they played a whale of a Tuesday were from Baker County. vote in electing! their of- the amount of. public money n? part of the trunk between keep more. .than. DO per cent One of the ways to avoid enticed a small dog a family

game, fighting right down to the "We're definitely not getting ficers. As /well as I can find received by the Chamber of of their vitamin C and vitamin perspiration stains !Is to use pet weighing only six pound

wire and the Class B state champ- support from the home town fans out the money it' released to Commerce and Development A value for 24 hours an antiperspirant To remove away front the hangar area

ions won their 54th straight con- them with) no strings attached Authority, In the past five Union, on an opinion received when refrigerated: properly stains caused oy antiperspIrants and shot it. They, themselves,
test by only two points. It was one Tornado starter said after the and no accounting! required years: by Deland from the State After several days' storage, and dozens of other were on a restricted portionof

the first loss at home for the Lake City game."I u to bow it's spent. Thepeople's To Chamber from City of "attorney General's Office "the nutrients drop to 73 per cent. things write for a free bulletin the Airport( at the time.A .
voice is throughthe
Tornadoes who don't know if I should say only Starke $16,500.00 city could not delegate the We suggest( these storage on Stain Removal. short time previously. .n-
still own a respectable we 'deserve' it or that we 'need'' County Commission and [Were getting (3,000, |yr.. but control of advertising moneyto times for vegetables in the APPLE MARMLADE, other dog: belonging to a local

17-6 record. it but it would City Council and It appearsto just trot a :50 per cent raise a private agency." refrigerator. One to two daystar If you haven't made! apple person, was creased with a
help me
The point we'd like to makeis me that most of our politicians of 91,300'yr) Well sir, this just about. \ asparagus, broccoli: brus- marmalade there's a treat in "ballet What a pity the ani-
that lot of logically, he added. are scared to death to and store for your family when mals can't shoot back, where
a people ARE miss To Chamber from Bradford completes my letter, and I sels sprouts spinach
ing a lot of fun. Now we can't Now we won't go into a spiel oppose them. I know of only County . 30000.00 would like to compliment you similar greens, salad greens ;you make this recipe. by more vermin would be

guarantee a sizzler like the Mac- about how much you "owe" our two in the entire county who ThU 'figure base:! on thisyear's for jour policy of publishing mushrooms, green onions and Eight cups thinly sliced eliminated.It .

clenny time. Our young people. We'd simply like to. were opposed to their "JOBCORPS" gift of $6,000. May all letters to the Editor. I corn( In husks. Three to five apples [takes about 3 pounds Is my earnest desire that\
eardrums wouldn't every invite you out for a night or two effort, and I believe need correcting for previous think this Is a fine means of days for snap beans, cauliflower apples 1, 1 orange. 8 cups the persons who committedthis
take many like your present City Clerk IH cups water, 2 deed will read this artigt t
of sheer enjoyment. And a little 4 years. affording the people a ,, celery cucumbers sugar
that one one of them. It looks to themselves In.
anyway. was lemon juice. and will face a
excitement too, we might add. To Development Authority chance to read various viewson okra green peppers, summer
But we think it only fair to We're proud of our and me like they're after his job from County ::10.000.00 *controversial subjects. squash ripe tomatoes One to To prepare fruit: Select mirror and do some soijlMarching.

warn you that Lake City and cagers, now.At (Based on this year's figureof Several, public spirited citi- two weeka for beets, carrots, tart apples. Wash, pare, .
would be if Wparrafln
you too you saw them this point I will admit quarter and core. Slice thin. -Homer
Ocala are coming to town this $10.0001 zens requested that I write cabbage, parsnips, and radi-
play'a that I have a natural distrust
TOTAL $96.900..00: this letter, and I must say shes with their tops removed. Quarter the orange remove
toward; them due to the old" I challenge them to teU that I enjoyed It, because it If somehow or other all your any seeds, and alls:: very

Rj wound entitled "Job Corps. the public what $96.500: was gave me a chance to say a vegetables wilt, learn how to thin.To [about one-eighth
q The Bradford County Telegraph This was my first experiencewith and spent for and how it benefit- few things that have been on make wilted mixed salads. Make Marmalade: Heat inch: thick! Yield: About 8
the organization
ESTABLISHED 1879 it has ted the taxpayers. I recall my mind for quite some time. THE BIG SWEAT water and sugar until dis six-ounce glasses.
one so unpleasant that The Telegraph publishing! a I Only hope that the citizens One of the more annoying/ solved. Add lemon juice and ,CAN YOU ANSWER TIHSf
( ( i.;: E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher left think A It's lasting memory.fact now figure of $18.000 being spenton of Starke do not allow stains on clothing is perspir fruit. Boll rapidly, stirring Q. Can white vegetables) be
a. proven the Job Corps! and I their freedom of choice to be ation. For removing it, here constantly to 9 degrees above kept from yellowing/ during"
c 1 d Florida's Oldest Weekly .Newspaper Published Continually as to them being wrong In doubt that all the bills. were lost in the power struggle are some tips. Wash or the boiling point of water, cooking?

/g7'jOti Under The Same Mast Hrad. trying to locate this projectIn in. I think the Council and and 'proposal to appoint the sponge the stain thoroughlywith or until the mixture thick- A. To keep vegetables such

our area. Take a "look at Commission would bu well City clerk and Chief of detergent and warm ens. Remove from heat; skim, aa onions!; and cauliflower
Published carte-TlmrMlay and entered a* Second Ctaan Matter art the Pout Offloa the article in the February advised to check the legalityof Police. water. Work carefully beiause ladle marmalade Into hot from yellowing during cooping -
of Readers'
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879.SubrerIptIone edition Digest dispensing these funds. I Very truly you:.. some fabrics are weakened containers, and seal immed add a little lemon juice
entitled "Scandal in the Job
i in trade area 1 year, *4.00; 0 month, $2,23Ojkjjjajjearjjjjjjj2jo The article Is introduced quote from an article appear- Radph P. BryanP. by perspiration. Silk Is the iately. Use home canning; jars or vinegar to the cooking. -
; Corps. ing in the December 1965 O. Box: 154: fabric most easily damaged.If / and lids or jelly glasses seal- water. Don't overcook.
with the statement,
: edition of th#' ,Florida Times Starke. Fla. perspiration has changed ed with a thin }aye of hot


.. i.J
4 :
-v- -
- r -

ll'A Ulr._ KIGIIT -- v
I Property and the name and
V7yyy.vyyy V V TV V V V V V to the Baptist Memorial Horse Frolic I troop.CHURCH NEWS address of the holder may b*
obtained by any persona poalenlncc -
Hospital for several days
an Internal In the property -
Mrs. Joseph Lucaj and I Winners Named Greater Allen Chapel AME by ndilrfnnlns an Inquiryto
r 1
daughter visited in Jacksonville I Cliurcn, Rev. L. A. Sampson Frod, C). Ulrklnnun. Jr., SiStel"naptroII.r :
School 10 I > ) HH Adnilnt.trator.Abandoned .
pastor Sunday ,
Saturday with Mrs. Al ,t'imm> Brown of Hampton : Properly IMvlnlon
By Mn. A. C. SUderihone Young and family. i anj Tommy Smith and Merrill a... m. with assistant superintendent cupltuf TiilluliaH| Florida..
in Morning Re curs to ,mention account
289.4491AAA1.A.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA<< Mrs. W. J. Greek of Jacksonville Oilffls. both of Starke. : number name anil address, aa
visited Sunday with were 'nners of the high I Worship 11 a... m. Choir Union published la tbl notice. Un-
I I 3 p. In. Evening Service )1888 proof of ownership )la
Mrs. Dol'OthyWatel'S and poln- trophies of the monthat prevented to the holder by
| Surprise Birthday Party they attendej'' churcn! togth- the Bradford Roping 8pm. April 20, 1967. the propertywill
Mr& Gilbert Brown entertained er at Maxvllle Baptist i Club's horse frolic Feb S. Rev. L. A. Sampson was mlnlatrator.be delivered Thereafter to the Ad-all
the District Confer-
at her home Friday Church After services Mrs. The trophies were presented further claim moNt' ba directed -
I night Feb.! 10. with, a surI Waters. Mrs. Greek. Mr. and bv Adro Brown. ence of the West Jacksonville to the Administrator.

I prise birthday party honor- :Mrs: Ed Waters and daughter -I A horse show is held each District Feb. 8-9. The closing Aa FRED Administrator O. DICKINSON JR.

ling her daughter Claudia, and Roger Waters enjoy Sunday at 2 p. m. There Is sermon was delivered by i-8 St '-18r
Bishop E. C. Hltchet
|on her sixteenth birthday. cd dinner In Macclenny with no admission charge to the ot the

Games were played and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rheberg, I public. and contestant may llth Episcopal District. r! '
I party refreshments serve JJaltei Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas enter the show for a fee of "' _

the honored guest and Claude Green attendedthe JVOTUK OK NAMKS Ol"' PKHAPHK.tHINU .MICC, ,,.MtCHO ftf.

(opened her gilts. International Vacation I $1.Four ribbons are given in SONS:: : UV] All,\\'I'UOtCllPHOPEH () HKOWMKnS [I !;;rn",,,.u.*.tOVt AAftl WAttUMTVOM .NU I u.*.M...
New Arrival and Travel Show at the each of the four age groups. '1'V ..) '" in. ......'..
Jacksonville Coliseum Friday for Feb. 5. Pursuant to Hevtlon It of
Winners Sunday
Mr and:! Mrs. Andy Dye or I'lctiiri'tl with one of her March of Dimijft board* IHMm Chapter TIT, Florida Statutes. .
1 San Jose. Call/ arc the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum were: untltled "Florida 1>l.pOl,1 lion of
Don Ruth Broadway of II&: () Truck Stop nhere a total Barrel. unclulmed frupwrty Act", "
and family and Mrj not-
I child proud( a parents son. James of their Andrew first, Elchelson and family of of $EI0.70 t wa rollfctttl for the annual limes lri\e. I'utrong Up to seven years: 1 I Rla perioni I hereby Hated below!given appear that the toM '!I.1

| jr born Wednesday Feb. 0.1st Jacksonville were v'eekend of the truck stop filled two hoardx with limed, and also Dean Brown 2 Dadie the owner of unclalmtnl

St Vincent's Hospital : visitors of Mrs. :Myrtle cole- left u generous sprinkling) of dollar bill.*. Triest 3 Kem Fvescott. Personal preaurnoi)or Intangible abandoned prolprty 6-OKU-
I Jacksonville. Maternal grandparents man and son. 4 -Robbin Wadsworth. and Telephone EquipmentShorty 0110.1 Kuey LeungBen. Box 12, BETTER HO IESFURNITURE

1 are Mr. ar.d Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones $500 Over GoalDimcs Dlanna Smith. Lvuni Lawtey.!Mr ana/or Kla.: Mr B-OHO-OOOi*. W. H. CO.
I George Mosloy of Maxvllle and new baby of Oeorgia Ages 8 to 12: 1 Klmbo Norman and Herald William' ..n pictured In the }'O Box 145. Stark,,. Fin, 8- 1200 8.Edgewood Ave.889-4600

I and paternal giandpttrents were visitors here last week Forsyth 2JImmy Brown. process of rutting over ti> new central office equipment at 0101-OW04.Information Slad concerning1,:; Mrn W. t:; Jacksonville, Florida 82203

I are Mr and:! Mrs. Homer of Mr and Mrs Joseph Lu- Drive Nets $3,550Winding 3 Rodney Oriffls, and 4- the Independent. Telephone Corporation of Florltln office amount or deix-rtptlon of the

I Smith of San Francisco Mrs.JDje Randy Joyner. here l .Ht week. New phone number for 914 per cent of
will be remembered as cas.Avory Slade and so'i Michael AR'e 20 and over: 1-Merrill into effect at I
subscribers to the Starke exchange ELECT ED PECK
up the 1967 Movie $200. golf $38. Honda Gslffla, 2-BUI Fohsyth 3-
I Miss! Dewbra Mo'ley and thiS and Earl Dilggers visited
I March of Dimes Drive in In the red $174. coir collectors Bill Sherwood 4-Mark Ad- midnight with first. use of the new equipment representingan
is the first grandchild! for Sunday afternoon in Hampton -
I Bradford County. ChairmanJim $250; Clvitan- Ro- klns. expenditure of around* IflZ.IO.UOO! : by the company. for l YOUR STATE SENATOR
I both the Moslcvs! and Smiths. with Mr. and Mis J. V.
Congratulations! Slade. Temple told his Volun- tary basketball game $100 Age 13 to 19: 1 Ernie modernisation.",.
: teer Workers Committee in business and Industry $290 rtiest. 2-Tommy Smith. 3-
Mr and Mrs. Dickie Harrls L (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
their final meeting Tuesday mailers $400. Mothers: March I Ralph Morgan and 4-KellY
| : are the proud partuts of ,
that $3,550 has been netted over $800. special gifts over Forsyth.
their second daughter! born RAIFORD --$550 over the goal set. $50 WPXE Request Day $53, Lead NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
Monday Feb. 13, at St. yincents -
Temple expressed hi* appreciation Union County contribution:I Age upth7:1-Deafl COUNTY
Hospital in Jackson- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD
I yule, to the committeefor $241 and coffee days $181. Brown 2--Dadle Triest 3- GET CASH
Its time and hard! work Some funds are still to to I Philip Hall 4-Robbln Wads- .
Earl Dobbs
Dy Mrs. ..
Mr Jackson and hrs sixth Phone 496-2601 and the committee applaudedhis be reported Temple said although worth. and 5-Kem Preseott partment will hold ItS first
(trade class enjoyed a trip foils, Amounts collectedIn the drive IB com'p Ages 8 to 12: 1KimbO RECREATION annual Reno Recreation bas IMMEDIATELY' .
Friday to the Jacksonville: the Individual drives were: pleted. Forsyth 2-Ronnie Hall. 3- In City League Baseball ketball tournament March

Coliseum for the International Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight .1 I Randy Joynr and 4--Keith last Saturday morning the 17-18 with eight teams competing -

VPcation and Travel Show. _..A .......... ". ......n..m. Jones. Celtics defeated the Dragons -. Three trophies vlll! be
Picnic lunches were enjoyed 'were-'a weekend.7 'a guests'a-"of her were Sunday guests of their Tuesday. I' Ages 13 to 19: 1 Ellis by a score of 46-45. Bobby given to champion runners- z- $25 TO $600

on the bus alter a tour parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. parents Mr. and Mrs. Mallie I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison Oriffls 2-Ernie Triest 3- Williams was high man for uP. and consolation. There

through the Coliseum. Conner. Grit!is. Jr. and son Billy of Gaines- Tommy Smith and 4-Kelly the winners with 20 points. 'will be an All-Tourney for

I :Mrs: Keith Wyman retum-j Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McRae ville were Saturday guests of Forsyth. Leroy Thomas was hlrh for the team picked of live boys

ed to her home over the Mr.and and Mrs.children Harlis Poulette Ellington visited her father. Jack her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ages 20 and over: 1-Mark the losers with 15. They will also receive Individual DO YOU HAVE. .

weekend alter being confined Crawford in a Jacksonville Theodore Rosier. Adklns, 2-Bill Forsyth, 3- In the second game the trophies.
and Rlckle. of Lake Butler.RATS hospital! Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Merrill Griffis. and 4-Jerry Junior Dragons defeated the SCHOOL NEWS -Too many payments to make

and Mrs. Keith Griffis children Debbie and Mike. Wadsworth. I Junior Celtics 16-6. I,
I and family ot Macclenm were In Gainesville Monday. Weave The third game result The Elementary Glee Club -Too many bills to pay?

were Thursday night supper Gene Gordon of Tallmas- Ages up to 7: 1 Kern in Celtics defeating; the I per for me 1 Sunday at the

!guests of his parents Mr. see visited his parents, Mr. Prescott. 2-Dadie Triest 3-I Hawks 53-45. Founders Day program Under celebrated DO YOU NEED
the PTA.
and Mrs. MaJlle Gi-lffls. and Mrs. O. B. Gordon over Phillip Hall. 4-Robin Weds- The Reno Recreation. bas- t'
I the direction of Mrs. W. M
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Nobelsof the weekend.Mrs. worth, S Augie Fox. and 6 ketball team lost their second
WTLIEU.5.A. i Nickolas. at. were week- J. S. Sapp and chll2ren Dianna Smith. game of the season to the Randolph music directress. EXTRA CASH NOW?

end guests of hU sister and ':! of Lawtey visited her ARes 8 to 12: 1Ronnie Boys Club of Gainesville by a they sang The National PTA

WILL 00 AMESTIMATED family, Mr and Mrs. E. L. parents, Mr. and Mr*. Theo- Hall, 2-Jimmy Brown. 3 score of 58-51. Scheduled this\ Song. LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
:' II Alford of the State farm. dore Raster: Saturday. Keith Jones, and 4 Paul week are games with the An- The "egular PTA meeting
Mr and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof There will be a pork chop Brown. I derson Recreation Center tonight will be held Wednesday MONEY PROBLEMS

I Glen st. Marys visited his supper at Ralford Old School AKPS 13 to 19: Tommy [Thursday], and with March 1. at 7:30: with Mrs.

I sister :Mrs.: Mary F-eeman Saturday' night beginning at Smith. 2-Frnle Triest.' 3- the Gainesville Boys Club Clalr Shsrpless.! speech cor-
J.; We Are Trained To Help!
II Tuesday. 7 o'clock. to raise money for Ralph Morgan and 4'- Ellis Saturday night. Game time rectlonlst as guest speaktr.

l,000,000,000.00 .In cfcrrncrt this i year to* I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs recreation: facilities for the Grit na. 7:30.Mr.: GIRL SCOUTS

food; property.' humans end liv. stock. Rot4.. and daughter and Marty young people Plates will be I Ages 20 and over: 1-Merrill Jackson asks all: basketball The Girl Scouts will! start Town Finance Co.

bom, diseases have killed more humans ttxxi demons and children visited $1. Everyone is invited. Oriffls 2-Edward Williams fans to please attend delivering cookies soon. The;

oil the wars in history. For sofa scientific I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mlkell Jr. 3-Harold Smith. and and cheer your team. leaders>: are asking the coOperation -
pest control you con depend on FPC. and children In Deland VVYVVYY'VVVYVVVYVYYY'IHAMPTON 4-Bill Forsyth. TOURNAMENTThe of the parents and I 226 N. Temple Ph. 8649091BUSINESS

Thursday. Buddy Pickup Starke Recreation. DoAUTO -, patrons for the success of the''I

FRE3 I INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES Mr and Mrs. Jack Casonof Ages' ,up to --7-l: -- Kem ..- _..... .
I Ormond each visited Mr. Prescott 2-Dean. Brown 3- =:::__.L : .=--- -t.: -- --' .

I UNDERDIR1CTIO4 and "rs. Theodore Rosier. Philip Hall 4-Dadia Triest
1 GRADUATE, 'I' Mrs. Alice Cason and other Dy !Sirs. Mary Wllllama !5- Dlanna Smith and 6-
INTOMOLOGIST. relatives here SaturdayA. 8 .......A..1City Augie Fox. "'r : AREA DIRECTORYOffice

IsT M. Jones and Earl Ape. 8 t12: 1- R nnle
PHONE Dobbs visited Mr. and Mrs.L. Council Hal 2--Ji-nmy Brown, 3 /
J. !Mlkell Jr. and family inDeland The council met Feb. 7, for Nathan Shannon and 4 -
*CMUMCM C > Filday. their legnlar monthly meeting Keith Jones.

Michael Dobbs visited Mr. Present were chairmanD. Ages 13 to 19: 1 -Ernie I CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR Equipment

and Mrs. Howard Register ) E. Hill councilmen. F. P. Triest, 2-Tommy Smith. 3- SALES&SERVICE.
I and family In .ake C : Lott R. Keys Charles Williamson Ralnh Morgan and 4-Louie INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Hancock Office
and Leaston For- CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Cherry'sGainesville's

syth Mayor T. J. Aldermanand Noegel.Ages 20 and over: 1-Merrill Jeep JeepsterFamily THE BEST FROMEdward's Most Fashionable EQUIPMENTSmIthCoronaAuthorized

I clerk Mary Della Brown. Grlffis. 2-Harold Smith. Building \ddress For Ladles Dealer
of 4 Wheel Drive
Council approved sugges- 3- Adro' Brown and( 4-.Bill SESSUITsJOATS Clary-VIe60r-TetaUa

tion of Mayor Alderman to Foray th. RAMBLERRidgway Supply, Inc. MATERNITY WEABACCESSORIES Adding Machines Calculators. .

designate Saturday Feb. 18 Arena SALES! -SERVICE- RENTALS
I 724 S. 1\lain-nZ-484":
as clean up day. F. P. Lott Ages up to 7: 1-Dean Motor Co. OATKESVTLLE.: FLA 7 W University Gainesville SAVE TIME: DIecI... jroor'

will haul trash to dump on Brown 2-Kem Prescott. 3-1 requirement with ns first.

Monday Feb. 20. This Is an I Phillip Hall, 4-Dadle Trleat. 1132 S. Main MOBILE HOMES 92S N. Ma.n St. Gainesville

opportunity for citizens to S- liobbln Wadsworth. and Gainesville J72-843S ELECTRIC MOTORS Phone 376-5591

dispose of limbs moss and "Angle Fox. MUSTANG

other accumulations. Lets \all Ares 8 to 12: 1- Klmbo ELECTRIC
I. get busy and clean up our Forsyth. 2-Ronnie Hall. 3- BRASINGTONOADILLACO1JSMOBILE. Mobile Homes Inc. PAINT & GLASSLiddell
I ,
city. Randy Joyner and 4-.Keith: Motor Repair Co.Of .

Those who have had occasion I Jones Inc. Qlrine vlUe. Inc. Gainesville's Discount Mobile Paint &
to visit the city dump have I Ages 13 to 19: 1- Ernie RepairingRewinding Home Sales Lot.
s noticed some changes taking I Triest, 2-Tommy Smith 3- Fine Selection of Used Cars New and Used Purchase discounts on entire

I.I place the city is rearranging Kc1iw Forsyth. and "4- EllisOn Taken On Cadillac Trades WORK GUARANTEED. chain guarantee huge savings. KTANIZE PAINTSGiasi.MIrrors.SildIng
dumping grounds. Please !!Is. ings. Door.
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt 411 1030 S. Main Galneenrllle
dump where designated and': Ages 20 and over: 1Ed- PHONE 378-5301 Phone 372-8318 NEW MOON CAPELLA Tub Enclosures-Shower Door*
do not scatter rubbish all dward WIlliams. 2 -Harold PACEMAKERUsed -WlndowuAwnlnxCarprtWaIlpaperSterefront -

over ground prior to dumping Smith. 3-Adro Browii, and Mobile Homes Low

I ditch. We need your cooper- 4-Bill Forsyth CRANEL1NOOLNMEHCV'RT Farm and Industrial Priced. With approved credit Consul tatlon.

ation in this matter as we Equipment low as $100 down. 116 N.W. Sixteenth St.

have but a limited space for Suzi Broadway I I 4820 :N.W. 13th St. <441< North GAINESVILLE 872-41M:

this 'purpose. 1 I Authorized Sales &: Service Gainesville. 378-1346

PERSONALS Performs With '06 K. University Gainesville Santa Fe Tractor, CALL COLLECT GLASS

Mr. and Mrs Henry Mc- 1 I Phone 372-4251 Inc.

. Clellan and family spent Touring GroupMiss I I Crane's ImportsVolvo I FORD MotorcyclesScooteraCYCLERAMA I University Glass
Thursday through Sunday I
Rutherford N. C. visiting Suzi Broadway of (Mercedes-Benz) I Farm Tractors & Implement & Glazing Co;, Inc.

relatives.W. Starke. daughter of Mr. and, FIAT-HILLMAN Ford Industrial Equipment MIRRORS

M. Phillips of Jacksonville 'Mrs. H. C. Broadway, was a 320 N. Main Gainesville SALES USED-EQUIPMENT PART SERVICE Motorcycles AUTO GLASS
ieatured dancer with MatGouze 372-4373 Tub Enclwiure Shower
was visiting his sister Phone PICK UP &, DELIVERY YAMAHA
and his Winter Doors Store Fronts
Ii special -
Mrs. C. A. Cox on Monday.Mr. 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville .DIIW
and Mrs. J. O. Adkins Carnival Revue which per- Beauty Academy I Phone 376-2348 SALES SERVICE 1319 8. Main Gainesville
formed for 576-9951
eight days Jan. _
visited Mr. and Mrs. ACCESSORIES
Smith and family in Jack- 26 through Feb. 3. at the POWELL'S I II 615 W. Unlwmlty' Gainesville
sonville on Friday and while well known winter carnivalat I GARDEN SUPPLIES 378-2811 TILES & PAINT

there attended the Interna- the Holiday Inn in St. Beauty AcademyLearn
tional Travel show at the Paul Minnesota.
Coliseum.Mrs. The troupe now operates at a Profaoalom In Your Johnson & Faris, Inc. Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
the internationally known Span TIme. Pull or Part TimeDAY Floor Flnlahdntr! Product'
liappy total-electric living Ina Home spent several Long Distance Moving
: Top Hat Supper Club in & EVENING CLASSES Complete Line of .
days last week in New Drayage WALLPAPER
Windsor of Canada.
Port Mr. and Low Tuition Term 8EIDS1'LNTInsecticIdesPet Storage! Packing
Richey visiting (Crating
:Full Houncpowc: wiring means 100-200 limp service with plvnty of hnnilywiU.nct Mrs. Richard Williams and They are there six months 219 N.W. 10th Ave. SOPIMPMFERTH.IZEKS! Shipping ; Tenney Tile & Paint

and oul.\etJI-1\ like having many extra pairs of hands. All your family. She was joined by each year with other choice Oalneavlllc 378-2766 FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S : 2222 N.W. 6th 8t
bookings In the East
appliance work at their best .economically! Unuijhtly extension corda Mr. Home and Ronnie on Florida Gainesville 87S-130I
Coast. Midwest and Canada. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' MOVING
iwiome u thing of the pant. Sunday.Mr. CHAIN SAWS
Oouze groups have touted 324 N.W. 8th Ave.
If you suspect" 'ou, tlouxepower call your decimal contractor for a free and Mrs. Calvin Richard Europe. & Storage, Inc. TRAVEL

check-up now and daughter of Ocala Miss Broadway joined the PHONE 372-4471 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. troupe In July and Is spend- A. & J. Saw oamesvill*. J'1a' Gainesville 872-4271 House of Travel

.. O. Adkins on Sunday. ing her first winter on tour.
& Mower Co.
r- Friends of Hampton: MUSIC
I \ THERE'S NO MATCH FOR their deepest sympathy and Joe Anderson Mgr. AIRLINES!' ?

? love to the family ol Mrs Homelite Chain Saw Lipham Music Co.
A clean bre>att wlin m*paef Merle Furniture R.
Verna Young. SALES & SRRVICK GLASS CO., INC. Galnsavflle Shopping Ctr. > Oar RentMtll!

**_ Albert :DIrt ot St. Petersburg Spanish Modem Repairs! &: Parts All Makes "EVERYTHING IN GLASS" SU.a84I. No Charge For Oar Service

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY was vllstlng his mother. Contemporary Traditional GRAVELY TRACTO Store Fronts Mirrors 110 N. Authorized W. 10th. Avenue Weekday 8:30 to CM:
Windows Sliding
.1 Mrs. Maggie Blrt. and his Provincial Colonial Baldwin Pianos &: Organs Sat. > to 11.341S .
Interiors By Vlotos 2022 MIS. Blvd. OalnesiVle\ Doors Tub Enclosure Guitars Gibson
brother and sister-in-law Mr. l
... ., Rt. :21 to Orance Park 11 lab Phone 372-3588 3038 N. E. Waldo R<1.GalnesTllle Drums Ludwig SUngerland W. University AT*.
>and Mrs. E. L. flirt over the School turn right to 17. Just Off Waldo Road 376-2084 Feuder. Standard Amplifier I Oalaemrllle I7S-1M1

weekend. Jacksonville 284-9331. ...... --
----- -
= o -'- = :_:]

-- -

FEB. 1C. 1937 '__ BUAPFOttft COUNTT'TBI.TMmApn. BTA! KB. FI.ORifA.._
-- .

Services Held I

For Mrs. GahaganIn

St. Mark's

A '
Mrs. 'Mottle Powell Gahagai 4T <
80 died Friday, Feb 3, In Ii
S'a.rke hospital after a brief
Gahagan was born I ITnrboro I In
S. C. on Sept. 22,
1886 the daughter of the late G
Luther C. and Martha Ann TI-
!son. Powell. She was a men -
*Trr of St. Mark's, Episcopal r Qr .
Church and the W. T. Weeks
Chapter U. D. C.
Surviving? are two Bona, :L.
Powell Gahngnn. of Savanna '
Ga., and R. Emmett Cahagi STOA r
ot Bluffton, S. C.; two brot, -
era, Luther O. Powell!, and r &
H. Powell,both of) Start ,
John llsSmatt-PPGCO7o-Go...Fob Goad7lLfAglTaEat/} ,11 I'' I''
and four grandsons.
Funeral services were held .
nt 11 a.m. Saturday in St QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES. GOOD THRU FEB 18 wmn-oixm' .TOM laC.COPYCIDNT.1307m
Mark's Church with Rev. R. E.

merit:MacBlaln followed officiating.In Hillcrest Intel'-Abby I I Na CHASE &. A1 .1 SHORTENING SEND
Memorial Park, Savannah, Ga.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hamel
was In charge of arrangement SANBRN1LB. % CASH

Final Rites COFfEE t I

For Mrs. McKelvey: I REfUNDON
In Jones Chapel M
Mrs.': Josephine Carter Mc- CAN
Kelvey, 87, widow of the late .
James A 'McKelvey. died at her EVERYTHING YOU
home Wednesday, Feb. 8, after r
a She lingering was born illness.in Fell City,I 1 BUY IN THIS STORE
Ala. on Dec. 13, 1879 and had
lived in Starke for 34 yeai.. A :
She Baptist was Church.a member of) Bethel I 0 c when you mail one cash register taps>wftfr._

Surviving are three daug I
of Starke; and 'Mrs. Mattie r $3 00 OR MORE ORDER.
Lee Magee. Dothan, Ala.; four I
SOILS,Henry,of Daytona Beach; I
Frank, of Gainesville: ; Cecil, of,I II GIANT PKG. DETERGENT
Nashville, Tenn.; and Jack :l.rc-I WHITE 1
Kelvey, of Quincy; two sls-,: GERBER ORREECHNUT t or A
tors, Mrs. Louella New, of CHEER 58;
Crane, Texas, and Mn. Ama BLUE ARROWDetergent
da Odom of Samoa, Calif. Also
surviving are 19 gramlchlldre ,. STRAINED!
and 33 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held, D A 22-o:. LIQUID DETERGENT
at 2 p.m. Friday Feb. 10, In Food 1 _
Jones Memorial Chapel wlRev. .Baby
.. Donald. Interment L. Ramsay was In. Cray offllattng. .- JOY..59MAXIMUM ,

Lake Cemetery with De- GIANT BOXLimit 0
Witt C. Jones Funeral Hon 4'A-or.' JARS
in charge of arrangements

li','COPNTV ANIFtlll JL'nilE'S UICATIPORCOUNTY. "'o1711'1N '' : $ ,. % $ dr

In S.V.ire::;.: WII1'rl Kxtato'; OF:I1JjJ or,11101111UTO J'), ilpiMnaNOTUI ,. I I -: HURRY-OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 15,1967
are hereby nottflucl thll''
a written ln"ti'ument puipnInff "
to be the taut will niICBtumcnt On With o $S-00 or more order.
of nit. Id I decedent haM .
been admitted to probati,* In. 211 CANNON y
thla cuurt. You are hem) No. 303 Cons THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA 20-ox. DIXIE DARLING FAMILY

commundeti the menthe firm publication within from the alt of date. ciileiilnr thlM,.,-I 12'i CRACKIN' GOOD Tomatoes 5/1./ Loaf Bread 4/79x/ Spear Asparagus 391.

notice and allow to appear CHUHO.in If thli any 0011 you 1'1' Dixie Pies 3rt/ I
can why the action of thl. DIXIE DARLING V-10 40-oz. DEEP SOUTH
court In admitting M-oi.

to Fire* probate publication,Thoron should COUNTY A on Ynwn nut JDDG Feb.gtaiunrevokeil ", No Apple 303 Con!THRIFTY Sauce MAID 81.BLUE / Krisp Cookies. 33/ Loaf Bread 2/43/ Peanut Butter 18si


No..1a Tuna\ Cons Fish BAY . 4/1./ Nut Cookies 39 Hard Rolls 2/39x/ Delsey Tissue 591.


__ 'Aa 9b. cs2. LETTUCE Large Fresh Head 2 For29C


9I b, Apples 4 "IB.1BAQ 59f! Cabbage 2HDs29


Beans LB. 191. Hearts PKG. ,
: Sirloin Roast LB. 98 :


G d Ro u n d LB. 8 9 : .


STRAWBERRYWEEDER S t''ew LB. 791. Stew 3 rLe$. 8 7 t LIMIT 9 PLEASE ;e


Ideal for cutting grass I BOSTON ITPork COLONIAL BRAND CUT UP FROZEN] Green Peas 51./
Pizza Pies 79x
and weeds between rows Roast 49j Baking Hens LB,391. .
of strawberries and W-D BRAND CHOPPED (So",. Ito JO-oa. Pkg. ASTOR CUT CORN-LIBBY

inch other cut crops.and Makes does a not 12 892lb. Cream Corn5f1/
sling the material. Has ; A_. Can PILLSBURY SWIRLDinner 2-lb Cup SUPERBRANDCott. Sirloin PKG. / .

erticle drive, gasoline i Rolls I I 291 Cheese 65 Pkg. FROZEN FRENCH (Sav* 171 l 10-oz.I Pkg ASTOR MIXED
engine, recoil starter 3-
1:10x3:50 I: : 4-ply tires, 12-ox. Pkg. TARNOW SKINLESSCan Potatoes 31.TASTE / 5/1./
8-01 Can Fry Vegetables .
strong steel construction : Franks 39x ?
easy to maneuver. Biscuits 4/37/ . aSEA (Sav 18tf)

Butler.Price $130.00 Dealers Fob wanted.Lake Pkg. CRAOCIN* ALL FLAVORS PRE-SLJCED 33L' 12akp. CheesePerch' Steaks l.p'"a..991.' Broccoli Spears 51.9ot. / C

I WinninghamMowers CookiesGOOD& . TASTE OSEAScallop 9oz. Pkg. DIXIANA FRENCH OR REGULAR CUT t


I Lake Phone Butler 496-1451 Fla. Pork Sausage 49i Sliced Turke 2.LB.J140 Dinners 2/1./ .


., L f 1 u.-vr-.wu--------u' !! ,,!-U- l. ..._ '......11. UU'A......" lL.PAOZ.TIiN' j i I

: BrtAnronn COUNTY TKLrnnAW.: TAI..nr'', n.oltm _TI trtitsn.W., FF.R. UIMILAWTEY

...... ...... home after several days In I Evening Worship. 7:30.: "Liv Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST seorvicl"l, I p. I'lL EvenfTtt

Bradford County Hospital. ing by Dying." Training\ Union 6 p. m. Sunday School. lOa. m Worship.! 1 p: m. :Midweek

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilkleon vi I Monday RA meeting{ Evening Service 7 p. m. Morning! Worship, 11 a. m.' deryloe. Wednr <1 v. *:fl" ",.
of Jacksonville have ,6:30: p. m. Youth Choir Practice Everyone welcome. -Rev M. Training Union., 6:30: p. m. -'Rev.' 11. :t. Re' '. P..

announced the arrival of a Bible Survey Class 7 p. David :Medetros. pastor.ASSEMIIL'V Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer .. bee

tyAAAAA4Ah4AAAA..t. IJllUch .rd on, Jerry Calvin Wilklson I II .-..--_ m.Tuesday :! \ OF GnD Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
I I Intermediate!
Jr. Paternal grandparents :
.. ..AA...U, UIWAY CHAPEL Sunday School. 10 a. m.
are Mr. and Mrs. B. L. WIl- OA Sunbeams, Junior Choir.
DEDAN BAPTT9T: :: tth okerl ..
11 m.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES kison. FIRST BAPTIST 3:30.: Junior GA, 4:30.: Weldon St. and ItatfordRoad. Morning Worship.

Orace ]>\tetjioclst) Sunday 'I Sp'4' James D. Bradley CHURCH, STARKE Wednesday Bible Survei Sunday SeHool, 10 a.m. Sunday School, to a. m. Evening: Worship, 7:30: p. m.

School 94g: a, m., Worship who is stationed ar Fort Sunday Sunday School Class. 9:30: ( a. m. Family Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Prayer Meeting: 7:30: p. m.

II a. tn.d 730: p. m. Proy- Campbell Ky., recently visited 0:43: a. m. Morning Worship, Night Covered Dish Supper. Evening! Service 7 p. m. I Training Union, 7 p. m. EvenIng Wednesday. R*?- W. L

er Circle jvtoftday' !D) a. m. his parents, Mr. and Mrs Rt I H a. m., "Love's Extrava- and Prayer and Visitation Tuesday Prayer Meeting. : Service, 8 p. m. Rev. Newmwu. pastor.NORTHSIDE .

Wednesday:: ,junior MYF 6 p. R. L. Bradley. and served as .,., K.mce." Training Union 6:15.: ''Program 6 p. m. Church 7:30: p. m. Thursday Young Lacy Conway. pastor. BAPTIST

m. followed py choir practice best man at his h." hey: Ran- Choir practice, 8 p. ci. People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. CHURCH OF GOD lIlah-.

and senlijr AJVP. dall Bradley'a wedding. ,;,, ,, Thursday Prayer and Pastor Leroy Llghtsey. Located on Bayie
sick with an ear Infection.Mrs. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Btarke. 2251* Ralford Road
First B-sPtist Sunday Mr. and Orif- : Visitation. 8 to 8 m. way
Mrs. Maine p.
Pa)ton also had word LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m. tSR 16]. Services: Sunday'
School 10 MX., Worship 11a. fis of Palatka were Sunday Friday Prayer and Visitation -
Bill Worship .1
Mrs. Services a. m. and
from her daughter CHURCH 10 a. m. Sunday
m. and 7:30: p. m., TrainIng supper guests of Mrs. Nellie .. 6 to 8 p m. 7:30 School,
: YPE. Wednesday
daughter p. ,
.i. Flakes that her m. Worship. t 1 a. m..
UniOji. ::3() p. m. Mid- Wilkison. Mrs. Daisy Boch "IJ' Saturday, Feb. 25Youth Sunday School lOa. m.; Morning
.. ;A" Debbie is coming( down with 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Union, 6:30: p. m.
week Services \ :? Choir trip to Orlando 6 Morning Worship 11 a. in.
Wednesday and Lynn.Mr. 1 .. the measles.We I a. m. Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. Service, 7:30. MIdWeek ,
7:30 p. ttj.Church and Mrs. Frank Cruoe. '. ". to hear thatMt's. Prayer and Visitation, 6 to 8 Evening Worship 8 p. m.: Williams pastor. Evening! Wednea- .
are sorry
of (J<:)d ,! m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Prayer Service.
Sunday Misses Gertrude and Lucinda p.
Glenda Alvarez recvlve rrrtlflcate from her Is In .'
Sue a H. F. Cloversettle Qlena Urtrfcon
School 10() n. jn. Worship 11 Cruce. Mrs. Joyce Futch.I I I 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at FIRST PRESBYTERIAN day, :30.ReV.:
Gllmon tier .tliu 1967 Urmllorcl' the hospital.Mr. .
hl"tnlct..r,1r.Iaxlne numlnic
and::! 7:00: p. W-, YT>E Wednes- Miss Elizabeth Terry. Mr BAYLESS HIGHWAY 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, Sunday School 9:45: a. m. pastor.CALVARY

day 7:30: I). m. Prayer meet- and Mrs. Bryant Reddish.Mr. I High School. Homenutkrr of Tomorrow. of Fort. and Pierce Mrs. were L. A.visiting Childs, BAPTIST CHURCH Das tor.HEILBRONN. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: BAPTIST

Ins, Friday V'30: P. m. and Mrs. Dick Starling I Sunday Services Sunday Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. .'
Mr. and 10.-
with his parents, BAPTIST Sunday School
Highland! Baptist Sun- School, 10 a. m. Worship Choir: Practice 7:30P.
George Shuford Mrs. O. J. Thursday :
BHS Homemaker Of Tomorrow 11.. Si
Mrs. L. K ChlMs, and Susy. Sunday School 9:45: a. 1 Morning Worship.
day School 9:43: a. m., Worship -, Phillips Mrs. Henry Hodges; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Crawford Hour. 11 a. m. Training Morning Worship. 11 a. .u.. m. Training Union 6:30: P.. ....>
11 ( and 7:30 and Union 8 p. m. Evening Wor-
j. nj. : p. m., son, and Mr. and Mrs.
and family were attend- Union. 6:30 m. Evening Service. t:36.: Prayer
training p.
Choir pintle"" 6:30: p. m. Charles Starling and::! familyall Olcnda Sue Alvarez, senior taken by all senior home economics ing a Gospel Sing at Fern- ship 7 p. ,m. GA Tuesday 4 Evening Service 7UO.: MId- KINGSLEY LAKE Meeting. Wednesday, 10: 9.
!Prayer 7:30 attended p. m. MM; -Week Pra-vfr Serv BAPTIST CIIV'RCDtSunday
Mating! : Wed- the dedication of HtudentM. As BHS I
home economics student atBradford top .
andlna Beach
recently. Butter
R. H. pastor.AIRPARK
Service, I:00 m. -Rev.
week : p.
nesday. I Rlvervlew Baptist Church In homemaker. Miss Alvarez becomes -. ice. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.M. .- Prayer School 10 a. m.
High, has been Crawford is a Moderator fol"I I
Rev. J .rne0\ Walker can be Gainesville Sunday.' The pas- named BHS's Betty Crocker eligible for state and I preaching services to be held David Medetros, pastor. m. Wednesday. -Troy John- Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST
heard each: untiay at 1 ::30 tor of this Church Is Rev ton. pastor. Training/ Union 6:30: p. m.
p. Homemakers of /Tornmorrow"for national honors. at Decoy Baptist Church in Sunday School. 9.5.: ni;
FIRST CHRISTIAN Evening Worship, 7:30. !Prayer -
m. over Radio Station Tommy Howe a former Glenda Sue is the daughter :
pas- qualities of undcistand- Green Cove Springs Friday: SMYRNA. MISSIONARTBAPTIST Morning. Worship. 11 a. m.,
WZOK.We tor of First Baptist of Law- of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez. CHURCH !STARK! ) Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.:
Ing and high values In home- night Feb. 17. Mr. Crawford CUBRCII Evening Service 730:? p. M.
regret to note the following tey.Charlie making which can be more Important Focal point of the program I Is also Moderator for Gospel I I Sunday School9:45: a. tn 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. Prayer Meeting Wedn e d* i
papule\ : In Bradford' Johns of Jackson- / than the practical Is a 50-mlnute written home- CHURCH OF CHRIST Union
which beheld
Song Service will Morning: Worship. 10:45: a !services: Sunday School. 10 a. 7:30: p m.
County Jfo )jltftl; : Mrs. Warren sonville were weekend visitors skills of cooking and sewing." making examination on which I at Mount Zion Baptist m. Chrlstla.i Service Hour rn. Preaching. 11 a. m. Training Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday, 7:30: p. In. -.Rev. E. L.
E. :gisneh: Mrs. Andrew Cruce family Sunday after The award is based scoresIn Glenda Sue scored the high-
Church near Cecil Field on 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. : Union 6:13: p. m. Evening m.; Morning Worship and
Wilkinson!, 'nd Lonny Pres. Oj competitive examination I eat grade at Bradford High. Oriffls pastor.HOPE .
noon.Mrs. < Feb. 18Revival Youth Choir Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Communion Service 11 a. m.
cott an4 Iks. A. H.: HarleySr. Horace
Cox of Waldo
services start at T. William Evening services 6:30.: BAPTIST CHURCH
Practice, 3:30: p. m. Fellowship welcome. Elder C.
They h ve the best wishes visited her
parents Mi. and
Laura Baptist Church Sunday Supper 6:30: p. m. Mid *, pastor. Wednesday Worship serv- [Highway 100 at There***] .
and prayers of their Mrs. P. I* Dinkins, Saturday. I Pearce and Mr. Pearce. Mrs. Ed Durban.
ice 7 Minister Jack P.
night at
7:30. The
: Evan- p. m.
friends. of Lythla week Bible Study. 7:15: p. rn Sunday School 10 .. nv
Johnny Sapp who Is stationed Mrs. Curtis Colding LAURA BAPTIST
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond : gelist will be Rev. Jack Hall Bell.
Adult Choir 11
Practice 8:00: P Morning Worship a.
Friend* ot Mrs. Carl! Pre- visited Mr. and Mrs Luther
at LeJeune. N.
Camp Williams and son of Jacksonville of Green! Cove Springs pastor m. Sunday School, 9:49: : a m.
vatt will be 'glad to know C. spent the weekend with wekend visitorsof Hllllard, Mr. and Mrs. J. B, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST m.
were of 11 m.
Morning Worship
: Russell Baptist a. !
Onion -6:31
that she is able to be at his grandmother. Mrs. A. C. Mrs. Williams' mother.JACKSONVILLE .I Oasklns and other relatives Church. Evening! Worship. 7:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m i m.Training: : p'

during the week. Mrs. Walter Swindell and BAYLESS I OP-- Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Morning Worship, 11 a. m 7:11

i T-T---=--- --- -. : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise Frankie left Friday for West BAPTIST CHURCH 7:80: ( p. m.-
and sons. Mrs. John Brown Virginia Sunday School 10 a. m Your People, and Pray
on a business trip. pastor. Pray.i
Wednesday Night
I Miss Janet Brown and Mr.
DIRECTORY Mrs. Swrndell
said they also
< BUSINESS and Mrs.\ Mitchell Brown and enjoyed the snow they were

family were dinner guests of having up there at thi.x time
Mr. Mrs. Bill Powell.
Mrs. Powell Is remerbcved as They returned home Monday. An investment in Your Future
-- ...- Miss June Brown. I
Mrs. Bill Payne and Mrs.
Appliance: Color TV .. American Betty Knight of Jacksonvillewere A Classified Ail In the TELEGRAPH -I

Hairstyling visiting Mr. and Mrs. brines re ults. AiTlf f300ffi rni

Eunice during the
Stereo Ma sn a vox Emory'
Academy rE55rON"L OPTICAL
week.Mrs. KOTM'M, TOi iKFnt: )
Pearl Brooker of De- niCITIT .
Zenith Motorola: 21 W. !MONROEJACKSONVILLE f"UKT RAn.FOriD -
-v 355-9591! 0 'Prescriptions Filled tend Is spending a few days rN (VHTSTV, FI.oIUDA,

Broken Lenses Duplicated with her sister, Mrs. George CIIANCFltV.eB.: Ni>. 13.749
GeneralTMI .]!:1ctric RiversideHairstyling C Artificial Eyes Roberts.Mr. MARY T1ITBY SMELSEK I

S Eyewear Specialists and Mrs. E. L. Massey "... Plaintiff, 1 Vkc4Corifisiqitheplicrd

Get 4 fK>od Deal Atr. 213 Laura St. Jax 330-5595; and children of Tallahassee OWEN RDWARD SMGLSER!: I fr
103t Park St. Jax.: 351-3618 and t>rfi ndii'" nl, I;
Academy visited his parents, Mr NCITICR, TO AF'PRAR:

O. MILLER' .) 2659 PARK ST. PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S Mrs. A. E. Massey, the first Ttt you: Ovn nn. I"r'by Rilwnnl notified Kinrlner, that f'mm{:+ :mttwrm: :..: : : .::1:1ff: :::;':rf'f:1:1:1tmr.N:::;: ::::: :. : !:; :; +:m::1rr: :: ;:;:tKf:1rfrt'r:1"v:1r:! : ::: ,::!::: :.. wt:.**.%:_ r.mrm:1r: : : :,1ZirJJ
part of last week. ; :' "'''' '' '' '' .
JACKSONVILLE 388-8337; n unit for Divorce hug l.eiMirlliiil t : : I J
--tf..... __ ,...OCWI.. Accredited -- Friday overnight visitors of iiRnlnHt you in the above t 1- ) i
.JckievtUaAppIianee Qualified! Instructors Commercial and Portrait Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter yim nnnieil, BPO Court rniiulrpit anil. to cause HKI-VO and ': ;'T"g.T ,114..' "11yt 111 .J The 23rd Psalm is one of the most :!;:

,.... Modern Styling Photography were Mr. and Mrs. John Agu- copy of your Rnnwrr or plond n ", ,, ,,0'' 1L II P

Monthly Classes .I Frames & Custom Framing Inr of Jacksonville. A cousin Inir Pliilnirf'to( thp complaint on the I :irt :,,).;, P S A'J' ()..Jot lI" ee.. familiar chapters in the Bible. Early
_W. Furniture ""'here tomorrow's 1958 Blandlnr Blvd. Colson Smith of Jacksonvillewas Attorney ItonnrabloLMX <=::: U ) ,5sj1LS1'C5<< 10151 :
., stylists I Oruen Stark! Florida vW"
are trained"ELECTRIC Jacksonville. 384-1184 a dinner guest on Mon- rile< the original In tlia IIn"/, / :ji.:::: .4..,.v,. a' of tt'I..hi e pb'er,1 t.. II I n 1"(11'" in life, most of us have committed/it/ r"" i
Du-Rji Brand Inc.Furniture of the Clerk of the .. i.8' t"
day.Mr.: C'ourt on or. hnftire the 9th ; i J.OIJ.P : :l tometnory.Everyonceinawhileweyathbt5t. hi
MOTORS PIANOS and Mrs. Bobby GI.lffls of March, ISII7; otherwlan the nt. /
Serve 'Quality HllHirntlonn: of acid : ; I ;;c:: -.1\ 1o y.ro. lie down in '& U:&
For Musical' Ailvlce of Jacksonville were Mon "'111 Ij,. taken Ill confcHauil Complaint. by ::. w:,....kelth .....n beeu... should go back to these verses and !
Jf Appliance Brothers tb >.
: Peavy day visitors of her mother. :(.S" II'e' e -'" dr.I' :

C. CARTER NICE Mrs. Pearl Starling.THE Thin notln. fihnll 110 puRl cued'I''I'YOII. @ _n t.. ee : I" t. lr: think of the wonderful message of J@
Phllco and. RCA Electric Co. ,lIlt. 0 oai'li, ","rk for four (' "'-: '3 VI ."" -\J I IC
eU.l .
TV Wa rter Refrigerators wriitlvi'vi', I I <>kn I In I th.> niT'- :'. ...e "be le.dut'l :s.
Cjief* KLECTRIC MOTOR.flo1d.erv1ced.Repaired. /tIbcr\ : < :i r/l/1.(3 YY YY....... FOUP ffU'NTY' : TKMjIHilcrt : ;( its > de re'w.. f' ;O' faith and trust in Cod that they re-1 :
TXag\f\ Ranges ;: : ( I thin Glh tiny ofrunrv. ....11.// I x 3 lIe res t- :? te'n 1.
& l'017.m"uliiu's. th p '..v : ? veal to u*. They show us dial we have
Generators Starter In
We Buy en* Sell Used Units Established 1043 RESSA : A. 0.\ftJ1Y. e t.b 1J) "' Iti I
Alterations fli-rh nf th- ,ClriMilt, "Court f? nat'ne'k't' y. h the 11),1
ffi ...
Chickcrlngr his a loving Father one who will show II
rfor 2 ;
6021 'A\JI'lihur' Blvd.Tll.5175 Armature Rewindlojr i Hv r.onlnh" M I. Mooily : ,:; g J
Other Name Brands/ Becky Newham&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /; dea\t lit
By IX'puty Jli'rlc. ;.! :
J 4044 Lenox Ave. PIANOS -- CONN ORGANS (HIM/ I.) I''J :a.l1e1.r I tire if! u.art with ,,)l us the right paths; one who will I.
-r '. J Jeekswwivill. 3S7-2flI* 20.11' l"urkJarkHonvllle38KK5IOPICTURE ; I i-9 It t-S : ,
;1.J 1'wiU ea.t '? tr': 4 t.het com.f p protect and provide 'for us. These f
AUTOSOftEiNWeztic1t. .: HEARING AID FRAMES! : Hope Baptist Church /IW= Cnt'IV-fY. / .r"!>OM'IV "''''''H'r 1<":: th11'O d )0 l l'..... .. E ':::$
..., : ANT FOIl RR.\.D 'OIU> 3
m :
The pastor Merle Pockhamand @ : scriptures. end with a .note i
COCNTY 1M.O1IIDA.!I : .1 t L-foTO .
Foreign For Beat In HearinrSONOTONE S.- SPILLERS the young people's choir. In r<..: !':>tati.* of i; \ '1r.U' : ''L'ijI .. /

I about 26 In all went to the BTIIl'ir. ii ucsi. diM'filMi-d I :!'r'Ii I...." '7:1": ..: ..."...' and a .promise."Surely *
'o'l'I'E TO nn.I'I'O": CAll "
CLr Service I OF JACKSONVILLE Picture FramingPicture 'I Holllstaln Baptist Church to creditor. of ili. mtulrof R. /. '.t f with 'r; p :

Framing Original i I hear:: the Evangelist Billy Kthcl: i lee/ d.-'oltKcrl/. '1fj \ {I\. ,.. and mercy
Trained tji c anlcs for every "Th Strongest and Smallest Kelly on Tcb. 10. hi r"by notl'fli'rl' und rtiqnlroiito H, ) .

service J Ja& (0i tJ All makes of Hearing; Aid hi the World" Paintings-- (Mattings-- Unframed- Framed Prints Plc- I The Intermediate clati. hada which:file thfr any claim' have or det nviilnvmi >land J.tt t' \.... ;' merv shall /follow/ me all the fays of !
Foreign" 4c Sports Can.PAR.1' Only (1 22*. West Hearing Monroe Aid Made Lures Mirror Framing -I party at the community I ;,"Id- piiunly.nutate( Judge i In J't of ofCu Brudford.:. olh I i-f; :.. \?+. ; rLIhf.., : my 'life and f will dwell in the/" I f 1

I Decorator Help. house on Feb. 11 with Miss County. l-'I omidut, In he court :
FOR ALZj24Z0 Jnokaenvifl. 33.V144S '
lOLl Park St. 5 Point I Romesa Dodd tn charge. hotm nix, nt I'RI..ndllr:StitrkP Flnrldn.months within troll f.t 1 !".;I.,1; : 4u house of the Lord loreucf." / I tJ.

: BUiull-. JackM ..ule IMOIULK IIOMRS: Jnx 3i3-as3; I About 25 attended. the Unto of I IhM .Irnt Pllbliou : I; ''''fi'\/lHII''\/ .iI $

.. The New Life Bible ClubIs Ion lit I llil notice. Knch m i-l laii,, ::1', : ;, tf / MII.f..fi! Plan 10 start a regular worship 1
BU11SMOBILE SEWING CENTER held each Monday after- or ifoinund tauNt hw In urrltlny : ,;'. ,.. I, .'ifQ: .'I' j //IIJ..' ,,

Auto Sales",_ jfe !Service noon. They are now -working and flutist nnd itH-tu, pout the office ptMt'fl ad nfrenlilonio i1 :?' :' :.;; ;1' in the Lord'* house this Sunday !
HOMESThe N. rir '. ..r the .
H. & H clnlmunt unit must ,
for points to go to camp. For i-A ; '
l ic Hivnrn to by the rlulmunt. I"f: .. .. .J% .....,........ ..i4
Here each member who hln :w.-m-*-44>'C< <<'w.w"
Souths Best Buys brings a iKini t>r hlM attorney. ::
SEWING CENTER It U'lll liorome void .HfcurOlnH j tM $.WM:::::: ; '8WJM::.:: ::::$:@;:ill: :"' :; ::;:;:::;:::::::t%::;;;:;:: :;;:;;.:;; : :::::: ::;:;: :>. $:;.iij.: :tMI
Free Delivery new child he gets a point towards -
Bank Financing 600 Singer Touch & Sew camp. Please encour- February I to Inw.. I 1. 1967. : Owrth, k toft_loiN oimr'' Ni Hiii world(lot i.iwdh,ri'"ItimMg' *ol f Mb I tow \\N T1it ;

The Worm's P'lnest.n\ Best For Lewi" does fancy stitches, jnonorams. age your chili to attend and -..- ln.. A. Ornon.Kxocntrlx to.n...n owl.of Nil dimond(or mot lo m pom1 tolho/Iou by b>i'>| hit niijhbw.Writio.. *

4 Wheel l Drives Seriously Interested In Mobile cordllnR etc.369 Easily for! bring a friend. of F.thel, Tlt of,,".the HoreaiiRilFlrnt V.tttnt; I Ihtt o/otmo'uif' .In tho !ewe ol too, M y.."_it, w wiity w ray ol Mi will..Uo* ;:; c fJ

home? Call collect Jax; 388- operated NEW $ Don't forget Sunday Schoolat Publication on February .ittntn aid,. Hw IrMdom which n held) u dtn will looilobly l pwlih. Durahra. ...s :. :

Sold *nd* Serviced! by 1253 for model prices & terms. cash $129 or $7 per mo. 10 a. m.. preachiru at 11 3, 197. ::! fromasitNp.stoIiecan.thoutdiupo.t6sthvemhIciIh'IotIsSIf1'w. ., ... ... ... .itS i., '

Robrt, Chevrolet 6017 RooMvelt Blvd. lax Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come Training Union at 6:30.: and 3-3 4t 2-23 of I himuH. mi. hh r-II,. ..,.... Hiot honior, leery per... aIIevW$ upheld... .. cud. potMtipoit I' ::

Green 'C: v. Sprint!*,. 3033 In. preaching at 7:15.: Midweek NOTICE.! TO IOPKM: : In HM hviih .b..ouii It tiih lh. "late about ,""..'1 IHt, Moth "sad" d.li..", tile "CI.fOl n.I i}
MOBILE HOMES: USEDJ. 6106 103rd St. I.r- llvi ihlU .1 M. L>' :
Prayer Service Is held each INe.Mitei'iT cor fir BIIADKORD InotII which oloM will MI hin IrH i U it I r::$
JaekaonyfUA 264-9809 COI'NTY.{ FU>K1DA: INClIANCKItr. : c.O.... Adv. .... <

& J. Swap Shop i SEWING MACHINES Wednesday bY' choir night practice.at 7:30.: followed J.t t C. COX t: : ;; X0I::::' :_::::;.."@":_m,,:_:;:,,Wr.1.. ;:;.. :<,,:.::,:..;_;:>:_ ;m. ::*::;!.'.{..::.:..,.1t'....:,' :%; "m'*'<'<-"'. W} .:r;:';:' <';!:,%:% $ '1


:8 Campers from 8' 20' LIke New In 4 Dr. Cablna' .JWr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley IIuLSO COX: I

Mobile Homes 32' 55' Sold New over $300 were In Gainesville Friday 1)efrnutant.NOTICW TO APPKARTo "

S JeepVngiiieer( Station Trades Bank Financing BaL $72 or $5.00 Per M 'ntl doing some last minute shop- : I IIHhKN I : fOX

Wa&ona III'WT. Zl, Orange Park Ideal Sewing CenterALL ping trying tq get ready for a a You suit nre-DtVOUCIfl hor.l>y notIfied has been tliaf. These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

Tel. 284-6324 trip to Miami to visit Mrs. tiled against you, In the above
Jeep! Uiai'easla- MAKESNew Sibley's sisters Mrs. H. E. named Court and cause and you I
IJOTORCYCIESHONDA and Used ?Machlnj are required to serve a copy of STARKE DeWITT C. JONES Lawson
Jeep Gli>Au\tnr TruoUn Moorer. Mrs. Ben C. Powell. your anmver or plradlrir, ti> th. I
848 Cassat Ave.
also Mrs. Harry Nadue of cotnplulnt' IIn the IMnlntlf' A'
Jacksonville/ 389-5ATI ornry/' OFMRQfl!: H. PIERCE SUPPLIES, FUNERAL HOMES
Authortt: n'II'e Hollywood. The Sibley's left I
ans-aon: : N. 1.1!: 1
Approved :I'..rti. MOTORCYCLES TRACK SERVICE Saturday morning from Wal- ST.i lIKE. FL" \. Pt.11'1 Featuring Ac Hardware Spm-inilz' In Cnntnm. Rlsaht! ; rinf. I

ALL MOrXBUB do on the Silver MeteoK to be original tn' the Complete Paint Supplies Cutting ft; Wnpplnc- I
Clerk of the Circuit Court on Starke Ph. 961-6200(
S 4 Wheel' btfveDrive 2 Whecl and Sporting GondvcmccK -
Prepared For
Merchants Green Stamp RA V'STRACK gone a week to 10 days. or before. the 17th day o FIRST" Beep" FTVCOM
WIT us;
FEBRUARY. 1087 otherwise, PHONE 961-7039
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper the alleirntlonii of Ha til Cnn 21 XVushlngton St. tIG&.1l7U: Keystone Heights ;

EDDIE:: BLAND Tues.. Werf., Thurs.. Frl. SERVICEPortable had word from their son 2nd plaint will be taken a. con- i

Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. Track Pre.. Bervlct Lt. Harry B. Loper and wife feHKpd Thin notice by,. you.nhall be pol>ll.1ii, > l Ph. 473-3176 n rr., ''mr.. ,

MOTORS, Inc. Closed Sunday & Monday 'Weldlnc this week that ''had arrived In once each .week for four conlterlltlvt Bradford Abstract Co. "t !
have > w. eks In the Dn.\D-
MOTORS A CYCLES Used Bulldozers A Cnwten Germany where they'
653 W. ADAMS 4949 Blending Blvd. "We'll Keep 'em RolMnt" been assigned for the next FORT' ,C'Ol'NTY Ililn 84th TBLKdR.VPd.DnlcJ day: of JAN. 15* W. CALL STREET Sinclair Refining Co.W. OF STARKE. INC.

three Lt. Loper is a UARY. 1 lt' 67. L. Thomas Distributor
JaeI.nnv4lI. 171-8244 7487 W. Beaver years. Fla.
I'h. 964-6831 Starke ;
3CKSO\TA.L1:: : 334-7751_ OH.XRt.I3H A. DARBY. UC;. :3.01 NORTHPh.
Jacksonville 3fl"-4'*''\ Cable Platoon Leader. They .Clerk' of the Circuit Court OASOUNZ8 KEROSEXB 961-7600 Fla.
are in the city of Ulm. Lt. My Virginia F. Darby Starke.

Pan *b Motors MUSIC WESTERN: STORE and Mrs. Loper's new address (SBAL Deputy) Clerk. Edwards Grocery & Furl Oil and Greaaefl60S

is: 05333509 C. O. B. 1st Signal 2-11'
I-2 4t Charley E. Johns
Paulus Music Co. Mkt. S. Walnut, Stark
LITTLE DUDE B5 APO New York 09035
"ALa: Band A String Instruments. for those who will be writing I I'h. 0646348BRADFORD Agency
I11DR\" Gibson Guitar & Western Store Groceries-Meats-Fe d..
AmpUftere them. WOM1NPAST21WITH 131 S. Walnut\ Ph. 964-5070:
PARTS School Supplies-Instruction "Where You'll Find Everything Mr. and Mrs. Price Flcher (Gas &: Oil

Robert! Recorders For the 'HoTMEnthusiast and Grace Searle were In BLADDER IRRITATION Ph. 96>> 1-531 Starke. Fla.Roy' MOTELA GENERAL INSURANCE!:

a2 T..j*. AM A Dealer. Music Litojiry-Expert Jacksonville last Tuesday on After'1.common 11:1".lMIer.: < .Irritation SUPERIOR MOTEL Nobody Charier But Nobody Underactl
Repair Detriment Western Clothing -Leathergroods. business. Mr. Flcher was I .aiieat twlo *.m-my vonundun .. TV Service B. John Ag.'g
end toci nd a.roa.axon
Always QatiA Vad CullIII 41 W. Monroe St. Saddles and Trailer. there to see the eye doctor. too m7.nAkTrm fr.qu.nfe, bumlnc' or lt.lilBtf America's Most Hoapltibla Motel Hurst
tirloaitton, both day wl BliUl.I .fitotfaadar :Shell Service
04 JaduonvUl ..1l1ck80nvme8UT Charles & Sharon Petty Mrs. J. D. Payton has been : IOM ep*a4 iUf.r rraia

L&uh. 8310 Beach Blvd. 903: So. Edcewood Aye. keeping their grandson Mar- 01.M'k""....:......j,Ea.kaeb.saab irriutlon.Md CM,old CYrTBJC,UredLto : SERVICE Air Conditioned and Coffee- Free TV CARL HURST

Pks 6-G654. Jacksonville 398-3091 Jacksonville 381-121 tin llersey.!! the son of Mr.and Imeusby brhos ,... NIuIIIC eomtort bt 920 Thomas St. Starke
r Coybtag InlUtlnc tronc. MI4r .
"' e Mrs. Dewitt Her.sey, all ...ln. and bY anaH I.ntw.alapafntfl .In U_, O.ft. Phone 961.7266 1737 N. Sot Ph. 061-8033 : wv. ni ... inn PI .U.111
--, :' ..,, ...... "' ** M (kitfgMfc ..* MM* IV.*. ,
"-- .-",,: -;;;. .:; ,,- : -==' -- -- -'"" -- ;:;r wec-lc Martin. htu. bt-en roixl -


I ,


', .. _, -_ ., ,_. ," . ,.. .. ,. "" ,,_ .. . ... . ...I.. 0. .. .. n. .. .:.-:. ".. ...... .... ." '" .. ." ., ,., ." .. ,.-., ,, ,,


--- ---

RTARKE. CTLOnmt. TIURSD-\V; FEB. 16. 1967
-- -

Indians Stride Garden Club Airport Committee To Consider

KEYSTONE HILITES Regain Winning Of The Lakes I

By Jim Fox With\ 69-31 Win Over MelroseCoach Plans Garden WorkshopThe Club of the Expanded Lease With SportsmenThe

Please Phone In Your Items ISWOMAN'S Lakes will hold Its regular
_.. Rhoden's Indians I O'Steen was high point monthly meeting In the form Airport Committee of 'granted raises at the Tues

suffered their fourth loss of I. man, and the only on in dou of a workshop using types the Keystone Heights Coun- day meeting. Andy Prak,

CLUB NEWS 100 per cent attendance of the season at the hands of ble figures, scoring 14 pointsfor of table arrangements for cil will meet Monday night at grader operator, was given a

On, Tuesday, Feb. 14th, the their Keystone members Green Cove Springs lost Friday the hapless Indians.: The breakfast luncheon dinner 7 o'clock with representatives $5 per! week increase, while;

regular business meeting of Guests are also Invited to night. 44-59. Rebels had four men. In the and buffet'or patio. MlmbeTsw1Jl of the Sportsmen's Club to Jimmy Flowers and James

the Woman's Club of Key- hear this distinguished! Heavily outmanned.: Key- double figures Slater with work' in groups under the discuss a proposed l lease of Bowman garbage truck op-

stone Heights will be held at speaker.C stone managed to break even 17, and Tully with 18, followed A direction and Instruction of grazing lands at the Key- orators, were raised 10 centsan

2 p. m. at the Municipal Russell Mason, an officer with the Blue Devils in the closely by Morris and Mrs O. D. Bogue of Falatka. stone Airport. hour.
Building. second half but the 15-point Bradshaw with 14 and 11 re- b The meeting will conveneIn The property had previously An ordinance was adopted
01 the State Audubon Society -
lead piled In the half was spectively.The been leased to S. E. Ken- giving council authority to
Mrs. Albert Huth State up the educational buildingof
will be the guest speaker -
sufficient to decide the nedy for $375 a yar, but condemn and provide for the
took the
game. JV's Church in
of the Florida Federation at the regular luncheon opener the Community
The loss relegated Key- with a hard-fought 30-27 'ry1 at 10 Kennedy notified the Council demolition of old buildings
\ of Woman'i Clubs, meeting of the club on Tuesday -' Keystone Heights a. m.
atone to second place in Area of his desire to terminate the that have been determined to
will be the guest speaker. Feb 28, at the educational victory. Glenn Monneyham on February 23. Members. are
I Class C competition. led the Juniors with 10 asked to bring a sandwich. agreement effective Jan. 1, be public nuisances cr fire
The ladles for of the Com-
are hoping building
Essay Contest Winners 1066 because he had sold his
Stefan Brokas was the only
points. Dessert and coffee will be
munity Mr. Mason's lecture topic, Indian':! in double figures! Score by quarters: !' \\lnncrn of the Keystone. Height. ..1....... K'luli[ 1MM'Content ., served by the hostesses Mrs., cattle. Clerk Joy Baker was instructed '

which Includes a special presentation leading, the home team with Keystone: 10 15 12 14-51Crscent F.HfoIUY WITH Rnnonnroil.. Monday. night, From left: Roy Bridge. Mrs. William I The Sportsman's Club already to write the ownet?

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. of color slides, will 14 points. City: 18 14 13 16 I John MrOmtli: 3rd |>luco; Limit. MatliN, "mil I and. ..lIIn..' Warren and Mrs. Fred Abell. has under lease some of the previously condemned-
25 at the Airport for
The JV's also lost In the acres building across from the post
be, "Wild Birds of America -61. Fox, 1st pliire.. winner
the of
I opening game 3-34. and the purpose Improved office and notify him of action -
And Their Preservation." girls took a 61-58 :defeat Keystone regained Its winning I "" .. .. .. -... Funeral Services wildlife practices, and will by the oounoll.
The luncheon will be held stride Tuesday night)] I expand this project If an the council .
As dark as this picture appears ". For Mrs. GhamesAt In other action ;
This Melrose
at 12:30: sharp program running; Over 69-31.
agreement is reached Mon- -Named Councilman charles -'
to be there was a bright ..
will be Interesting to many spot liter. the same night, as Th first string held Mel- '. I Keystone day night. Donohoe to represent the
people, and; therefore, the to 2 in the ,,', 0;
I Coach Rhoden's wife presented rose points first At its meeting Tuesday city on the CURB, Economic
general public Is Invited to quarter And after playing a Mrs Lillian B. Ohames. 63, night the Council also entered Agency.
I him with a 7 lb. 13 oz. r
attend. baby girl. This give tins coacha few minutes of the second of Keystone Heights, widowof into a one-year lease with Decided to call for bid

MELROSE The program will begin at full house-three kings anda were .allowed to warm the r a aTwo ar the late' Robert F. Ohames Homer Satterfleld' on the on nee ed work on the air-' i
1:30: p. m., after the. lunch- pair of bench while their understudies died Monday afternoon. as hangar apron surroundingthe /

eon. Let's have a record attendance Score by queens.quarters: finished the game. I i the result of I a sudden Illness. hanger, and existing gas strip.Ask' Mayor Al Nelson: to

J USINESSDIRECTORY to hear this fine Jeff ,, Mrs. Ghames was born on at the Airport Batter-
Keystone: 8 7 17 12-44 Batts playing in the ; pumps Investigate the non-payment
I speaker. Bird watchers ecpec- Green Cove: 14 16 1559 last three quarters was high i Nov. 1, 1903 in Canada, and field will, not be charged rent of occupational licenses by

I tally take 'note of time and Keystone's run of bad luck point man with 14. I ii i hits lived in the Keystone and will serve as caretaker four local businesses./

date. continued as thf'Y'met Cres- The! JV's took the prelim r Heights area since 1957, of the airport property for -Approved a flash beacon

The Woman's Club is now cent City there Saturday: ary game, 39-28. coming here from Oklahoma.She the city. for night landing! at the:

Auto Sales & Service making plans for the Camellia night and were subjected to Score by quarters was a member of St. The city has the option to airport at an approximate
Carnival Card.Party to be : William's Catholic Church.
their second consecutive dt- renew or reject the lease at cost of $250
Keystone: 15 26 14 1* 69
SPRING MOTORSComplete held on George Washington'sbirthday Surviving Is one son Robert the end of the first year.
feat. bowing to the
Rebels. Melrose: 2 3 15 11-31
Feb. 22 at 1 p. m. P. Ghames Jr., of Keystone Three city employees were '

Service Ss Part ForVOLESWAOEN at the Masonic Hall. 51-61. .,.". ...... ... --.". : a brother Harold Ore- STYLE
-- ----
Please contact Mrs. John Iner of Schnectady, N. Y.; NELL'S
Mouser and
of the roiitott judges, Minn
'If It's
For A Volkswagen Bird or Mrs. David. Nelson for antwo) grandchildren mother. and I visited !Mr.\ and
Garden .
We Have It." Club of the Lakes, !Mayor Al Nelson, (right) are pictured with ,Ins. |>hVllilt, Hiwny 21 Melrose;
reservations.The conducted NEWS Funeral services were held Mrs. C. R. Braswell, ownersof
Always Plenty of Good Used their monthly NOTESBy Lions. t'luh president, ut Monday iiiglit'tt, dinner
Bridge Club, Keystone in St. the
Duplicate meeting with a field trip to at 9 a. m. Thursday> Kentucky; Fried Chic- x+ For
Volkswagens, In Stock which is sponsored by the the University of Florida on Helen Egan l>r. A. C. Holt, the third judge win not |prevent Williams Catholic Church ken restaurant in Starke. y

Gram Cove Sprints Z84-SZM Woman's Club of Keystone, Thursday Feb. 9. with Father Edward Kirby While there we enjoyed soma r. The

meets very Thursday at 7:30p. : The students visited I officiating. Interment was In of their delicious chicken. "

BEAUTY SHOP_ m., at the Masonic Hall. the horticultural department FELLOWSHIP CLUB to the Men's Breakfast to be son visited with. Mr. Keystone Heights, Cemetery I would like to thank Mr. Lady

Winners for Feb. B were: where Dr. E. W. Elwee was Al Watson gave an interesting held Friday, Feb. 24. at 6:45a. sons brother and Thomp-I under direction of DeWltt C. Matthews for the nice articlehe I Who

KEYSTONEBEAUTY 1st place with 9&H! points guest speaker. At Home talk,on. the early daysof m. In the First Presbyterian and Mrs. Jerry Jones Funeral Home. The wrote about me last week r.a

SHOPEdith Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; Beautiful, Mrs. Robert Oak- Keystone Heights at the ,. Church: fellowship hall. and three sons Matt. Jeffory' Rosary was recited at 6:30: p. nd for having my picture j I'' Cares

2nd place with 64'i points, ley an interior decorator, monthly luncheon meeting of For detailed Information and Steve of Jacksonville last m. Wednesday in Jones Me-, with the article. It was truly i

Johnson, Owner Mrs. Clare and Mrs Nan discussed with the students the Fellowship Club In the about other meetings, contact weekend. morial Chapel. I an honor and one I will always Mon. thru Sat.

Personal Hopkins. different types and finishesof Masonic Hall on February 9. this con'espondent. Sympathy to the family remember. Open ,

e c.MMc: CAMPAIGN UNDERWAYAT wood. His talk was illustrated by PERSONALSMrs. of Mrs.' Rosa Brantley. who Mrs. W. E. Kite and son Also Thursday Evenings

Hair Styling KEYSTONE At the completion cjt) their projecting old photographs William Zander of passed away last Sunday. Gainesville. They had never Rodney were visiting Mrs.

IndlvMnal Beauty Oar ELEMENTARYMike lunch the group returned to showing the progress of the Faribault, Minn. is a. winter Friends of Mrs. Lula Tha- met though they have writ- Kuykendall Mrs. Kite's Call Melrose 475-5285;)

Every Form of Beauty .Culture Foster, son of Mr. the Fine Arts Bulling at the area from the first settlement guest of Mrs. ,Ruth Ohlson. gard, will be glad to hear she ten to each other for 65 mother in Jacksonville, over For Appointment!

Open T .s-eat .t and Mrs. Charles P Foster U of F., where they were known as Brooklyn Mr. :and Mrs. Robert Libby Is lots better since her recent years the weekend.

Closed Monday has alerted his friends of the given a tour of the art 'gal- until the time of the Law- of Bayfteld. WIs. have been Illness. Mrs. Thagard was Mrs. Florence Jackson of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Stevens -
Keyrtone Height 47S-M6A need for school'supplies In rence Development Com- spending several days with able to attend the wedding of Symrna Oa. visited with and Doug and Sandra

South Viet Nam. Mike, along lery.Students attending Included pany's founding of Keystone Mr. and Mrs\ C. S. O'Brien. Virginia Ford and Gary Kolas their friends, Mr. and Mrs R. Lutgens and sons of Jacksonville -

BOATS MOTORS with other members la .his : Ann Triest.- Debbie 'Heights' tm l 1820's Mr.; "and Mrs." W1l11am'Beam last Sunday M. Cason, last weekend; .Mrs; were.weekend .VlaltQisj: 4 SCHEDULE_

military company, has taken Knight Connie Byrd Sher- poring the business meeting Sr. spent a week with Mr. and,, Mrs. L. b. Baldwin Jackson Is spending several of the Lucky Lutgens family.Mr. OF SERVICES

BILL'S MARINESALES an active interest in: the lyn Head Mike Heskett, Wilma Mrs. Axel Malmgren and friends, the Howard: Fitzhen- spent last weekend ar their weeks with her daughter and and Mrs Bill Ledbet-

& SERVICE school facilities available In Thles Leslie Beam Rox- Mrs. Henry Fluegge! agreed to rys. In Mian;!. Melrose home and visiting family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ter, and Mrs: Thelma. Norris PARKof

"The Fun Fleet's In" th small school where he is ana Valldejull Larry Ricks, serve as co-chairmen of the Frank Jones and William with many of their friends. Rayborn In Gainesville and son Perry Oler.n of I the

Chrysler Lone Star Boats presently stationed. The Gerald Sheets, and Jane> Mc entertainment committee with Reynolds Sr. have returnedto Mrs Paley Boyd made 'U Other guests of Mr. and Montgomery, Ala. were visit'
company razed the cld, village to her grand- last Ing the Jack: Miller family on PALMSSUNDAYS
Chrysler Motors Cullough who 'was a guest. Mrs. Nettle Stltchberry. Mrs. their homes after being recent trip Mrs. R. M. Cason weekend -

Service &: Parts far school and functional Chaperones were Mrs. Rita, Elva Scott Mrs. Mitta Loe- confined to hospitals.Mrs. daughter and husband Lt. wins their son Ralph and Saturday. Saturday night
All Outboards school building. Their efforts Walker and Mrs. Lena Cle- beck:, and Mrs. William and Mrs. James T. McGuire daughter Mrs. George O. they were all visiting Mr. and

Corner R&.. 21 ZI did not'stop' ,here. as they are mens. Beam Sr. Mrs. Margaret\ Robert Ferrell was at Ft. Jackson, S. C. Thigpen.TYYYT9YYYTTVVTYTTTYT. Mrs. Basil Hill In Oalresvllle. 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.\
from Bradford
Melrose. 47.1-4K57 presently supplementing the The next meeting of the Tracy will be chairman of transferred: to the J. Mrs Paley Boyd's houseguest Ray and Alma Eddy and THURSDAYS

school teacher's salary with Garden Club of the School the hospitality! committee, County Hlllls Miller Hospital Medical Centerin for several days is Mrs. children, Chuck, Mike, Cher- 7:30: P.RT.

PLUMBING funds from their own personal will be held in March.JR. assisted by Mrs. Julius Han- Gainesville 0. George llanlln also of Columbia yl, Yvonne and Pat of Jack FUNDAMENTALDIBLE
incomes and savings WOMAN'S CLUB on February S. C. INDIAN BEACH sonville, visited the T. L.
She still ill and TEACHING
son.Game Is seriously ,
Through the company'sefforts Sashoff spenta Norwoods weekend.
ANNOUNCINGOpening The Jr. Woman's Club Day will be held at to send Mrs Stephen over the
friends asked
a greater number of St. Anne's Parish House are week ''In Memphis, Tenn. Alma is the Norwoods'
of NevL able conducted a successful bake cards rather than visit.MELROSE. (Luke Sante Fe) All Services Held In The
PLTOIBINa &: REPAID>i.8IIO Vietnamese children arc sale on Saturday, Feb. 12. February 23 at 1:30: p. m. visiting: with her son and daughter. Congenial AtmosphereOf
To Your Door ,to avail themselves of this The club is truly grateful) for The new entertainment com- ryy.TTTTTTTTTTTTTT, family. Mr. and Mrs. RobertH. liyi Michael l II. Chitty Miss Judy Bobbins of The Lounge.

United Plumbing opportunity to receive some the donations received, which mittee will 'arrange the pro- Vary. Ph. 473-2171 Jacksonville visited her fam-j

formal education. When will be a substantial additionto gram. MaJ. Gen. and Mn. R. P. [Continued on next Pagal]
Inc. Mike's company' first became the club's scholarship COMMUNITY' CHURCH S Hollls' house truest for several rTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTWGURaLE.

aware of the poor facilities weeks is Mrs. Hollis' sister .
Each the club Rev Ben Fratleelll. director I
Harry ff9.Odtd.n.OW1lf'r (\., fund. year BUD-
&: President only 64 students were participating awards to a promising seniora of 'the Florida Christian I By Sally Rolhhammer Mrs. O Bredford Brownof BLi BUBBLE. OUROLE.: This ,Is your ELECT ED PECK

New" Construction PlemblrjRepairs :; in the program. scholarship to be used in Migrant Ministry was guest I Georgetown Ky.
KIwtrio: Sewer and There are presently 100 students the freshman year of college. speaker at the general meet- A 6&A.6."A4&A..1 Mr. and Mrs. Clifton E rain-soaked. rolllng.reporter, YOUR STATE SENATORPd.

Sink Cleaning! (; nfcirhine. ., Drain enrolled. It should be This scholarship assists the ing of the Church Women on Duplicate Bridge Club win- Strickland Jr. visited rela- saying "HELP"!IIII!!!
Line Cleaning"' "*"* 'noted that these students are Mr. E. A. We have had to much rain
student In paying for his February 6. ners last week were: East tives, Mr. and:!
PHONE! 41S-44IH [ not only taking the basic tuition .and books. The annual World Day of and West -1st place Mrs. Denison and Mr. and Mrs. lately until our road was beginning ( Pol. Adv.)
Ht Box 29* to look like the Okla-
1. but also receiving!
courses are The club would also like to Prayer was observed by five Loeb Duncan and Mrs Chester R. W. Hawes, all of Tampa.
Ifolfixtt EIS. has not
Keystone Instructions in the study of also visited waha River. If it
local churches February While there thpy
of the Senior Home. 2nd
thank members placeMrs.
.. by the timethis col-
-- the English language.:;: Club who contributed items I 10 In St. Anne's Episcopal F. S. Hubbard ;land Mrs. Paul Rt the State Fair stopped
CONCRETIHawthorne will have to.start
-. The Keystone Elementary 'Church with Brokas Co!. and Mrs. Clarence umn Is read. we
for this sale.NATIONAL Mrs. as Johnson. North and: South -;- with the Bartons I
School has launched a campaign leader A special project of '1st Barker of Santa Barbara
SECURITYIS place-Mrs. H. T. Dent su
Concrete to collect I of in their Amphi-Car 1 boat-
to Calif. were recent guests
PTA TOPIC this year's observance was and Mrs. Robert Clare 2nd
which might help to alleviate the Division oj ChrIs- Col. and Mrs. Ralph A. Ste- car.)
& Supply Inc. Please remember to attend provide place- Mrs. Roland Bryan r
the problem of receiving an Melton of Hamptonwas ,. e
the PTA meeting tonight tian Life and Missions with and Mrs. J. P. Vose. vens Jr. Otis
REDI education In this area. The funds< for action research Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Robcr- the guest of thu JamesL.
[Thursday] at 8 p, m. in the Boy ,Scout Troop 100 spent
MIXCONCRETE children are collecting pens school cafetorium. Col. William projects. Saturday in Tampa at the son of Port Orange were Chitty family Saturday

paper, books crayons, chalk. I' Boaz of the University Boy Scouts and Cubs, together State Fair. Mr. McClure Al werkendlI1I'St8/ of Mr. and nl ht. Otis and I had plan-

Hwy 20 W. Hawthorne and other necessary school of Florida, who Is the with !their, leaders, attended Schoeneman Claude Mar- Mrs John Price and Mr. and ned to go fishing, but were
20.11: supplies. The deadline for t Community Church Mrn John Ross. Mrs. Robcr- rained out as usual. So we
4SJ.20.12, head of the Air Force ROTC tin and Art Wheeler, Scoutmaster -
this project Is February 20. and Mrs. all loaded and went to
program, and coordinator of services on Boy Scout Sunday accompanied the non Is Mrs. Price up
Would like to donate and ate dinner with
Service you military departments, will be Feb. 12. boys to Tampa. Scouts attending Ross' brother Starke
Electrical Sales & for thli worthy project? YOU guest speaker.Col. Scout leaders attendingwere were: Rick Wheeler.Brent Mrs. John Vlsch of Griffins the Hubert Chlttys; my ...

Electrical can do so bv contacting the Boaz will discus major steve Moor, Scoutmaster Baldwin Lawrence Lod e. had the pleasureof grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Yeoman elementary school child:! In reiatedto ; William Warren Assist meeting her cousin Judson W. B. Drone: palma's brother
issues and factors Harper, Billy Schocneman
Sales & Service your neighborhood or by our country's national sec ant Scoutmaster; Jack Ban- Jim Martin Donald Martin 'Stowater for the first time. and sister-in-law of oeor-I
taking your contributions to Cub Master Mrs!! Roy The Stowaters were touring gia, were also guests
turn non ;
4> Prigldatr AppUaaoM urity. Let's have a good, Gary McClure, Ralph Florer '
the administrative building Turknett and Mrs. Jack I Florida and all met at Chlttys. Last Thursday my 1 za -
Hal Iseracher. Eraum-
MajrUc Wash** out! Gary I
Zenith and Motorola TV at the Keystone Heights TEEING OFF Methwln: Richard Martin. bough. Chp; Poppell Chris A Face We Know
Siegler Heaters On Thursday Feb. 16 Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Poppell. Corky Courtney,

F. O. Belt 1M ........ HOME HEALTH SERVICESThe members of the W6men's ; Marshall Gallop Senior Clifford Yarbrough, Richard As Well As Our Own
public Is cordially Invited -
Patrol Leader; and John C. C. COOK
Phone<< 475-3171 Golf Association coil qualifyfor Corbett, Rudy Dampier Ron- BEST
to attend the Ninth the "Chrlstoffcr'3 Tour- Warren Assistant Senior nie Price Paul Morris Mike : BUY /

Annual Meeting of the Public nament." The lady \golfer Patrol LenderESTRELLITA. Mills Mark Reed. I We See Mr. Washington'sFace
NURSERY Health Nursing Advisory
( I who wins the tournament CLUB '' Mrs Mae Terrell is visiting j AUTO SALES
Council at 8 p. m. Tuesday of the Estrellita Hundreds of Times A
three years In a row will be several days with her son I
O.C. Carnes NurseryHlwar Feb. 21. at Doctor's Inlet
the recipient! of this beautiful: Club will serve a fried chicken and:!, family, Mr. and Mrs. Le- r
Civic Center. Iltway 100, Keystone Height the One Dollar Bill.
100. FTorahome Feb. Day on
trophy, which was the gift of dinner on Saturday. roy Terrell In Crescent City.
23 Miles SE!: of Starke The program will providean the Chrlstoffer family in 18. from 9:30: to 7:30.: Adults Mr. and Mrs. V Y. Crawley's Is Our Business: We

Nursery Stock Thousands opportunity to as* questions memory of Bert Cnrietoffer: $1.29. children under 12, 75 weekend guests were.Mr. '66 GMC Pick-Up, Short Wheel Base Money
of Plants it; Fruit about available Home cents. Mr. : of of
and Hoyt Light'oot, You Take Care
Health Services In Clay clean () miles seatbelts Help
Sr.On Very 8,000 -
Trees to choose from. Nice Friday of this week, The! spaghetti supper of St. Atlanta Oa; and Mr. and
Shade Trees, Evergreen! County and,, the work of theAdvisory : William's Altar Society has back-up lights, windshield Too.
the ladles will be the guests Mrs. Ross Brown of :Jacksonville 1695 Your Money
& Landscape Plants. All Council through an of the W. O. A. of the Golden I been, cancelled. Mrs. Llghtfoot is a washer heater u----- $
in containers Plant any "Open Line" discussion by 1 Hills Golf and Country FLORIDA CHAIN sister of Mr. Criwley's

time. Camellias fc azaleas. council members. Rev Jim I Club in Ocala. This will be MISSIONSThe Happy Birthday to !wox- '62 OLDS Star Fire Two-Door Open A Checking Account
McCullough be actinaas
Let as do your' landMapinf! the monthly competitive Florida State Chainof anne Currier and::! Benny Cox. : ,
Phone 684-215 Master of Ceremonies.Mrs. nine-hole golfaround.Next Missionary Assemblies' Rev. and AI Steuart
\ Mrs.
With Us
A. E. Hendrix and 63 COMET 2-Door Today
Sunday, the Keystone which have been conducting left Sunday night to spend -

USED CARS I Mrs. Herman Rock are Mrs.In Golf and Country Club will I conferences all over the state several days In Tampa visiting Straight Stick 6 Cylinder
charge of arrangements.
will hold a two day session.
"Silver ;
conduct their annual with Mr. Steaurfs mother -

Hanks Used Cars I Beam Dan Pater are and Keystone Mrs William Heights Tournament.mix-couple two-ball This will event.be a Feb. opening 23-24. 'In session Gainesville.The will beheld children.: and to pick Janet up and their Mike two I '62 CHEVROLET II NOVA, KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

BIG CASH DISCOUNT representatives to the coun- ST. WILLIAM'S NOTICE at the First Baptist wJbo have been visiting both 2-Door Hardtop Real Sharp. F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights( Fla.

TERMS ty-wide organization. Don't forget to remind Church on Feb. 23: at 7:20P. : sets of grandparents. WhileIn

BUY SELL TRADERt. SCHOOL GARDEN CLUB: lyour friends either residentsor m. Tampa the Steaurt's planto PHONE 473-4936 "Your Friendly Bank

1 Box 90 The Garden Club of School Key-, out-of-town guests that Col.! David Nelson or William visit the State. Fair. I In Your Friendly Community:

Hwy. 100 8 Mile' 8. Starke stone Heights High the mass is now offered at 11:45: Walz are making ar-. ML jujd Mrs. Bur Thomp: .
which Is sponsored by ,
(Continued On Next Pusel rangemnU for transportation

1 ,

I "

FEU. 10. 1987

market strawberries for 101 I'Starling, who had orought the Melvin, areaAlvarez, and
Sundays at 11:43: a. m. in that were presented as a to Cedar Key. !T
remembrance weeks beginning March 1 for matter up. that the hole will Roy Knight.
the parish hall. of the contest.iIERE The girls at the Post Office
KEYSTONE I the nominal fee of $1. be fenced. These boys have worked hardon
4-II CLUB 'N THERE grateful to
GIRLS will be forever
Authorized City Clerk contests and
rental of thu -- these
HILITESFrom The girls of the Keystone Tom Gardner was home I Eddie Car enas who\\ was a ( recreation Approved room on the wharf Ethel Reddish to Inquire if participated In several con-

Heights 4-H Club held their this weekend from FSU. kind enough to shinny up c t tJ to a commercial photographer Gene Shaw will act as city tests to be eligible for state

Pagel January meeting at the home Don Dowling was visiting the flag pole, last week and on the request of Waters, with attorney for the current fiscal competition.James.

( Preceding : of Mrs. Ernie Tomes. Officers with his family, Mr. and Mrs. retrieve the American flag ti the provision that the money i year Allen reporter'
for this year were electedat Bill Dowling, last week. Dons appears that the hooks attached received be turned over to the
a m. at St. William's. Also. this time: Connie Mask, doing undergraduate workat to the flag were I' I recreation department. FFA NEWSThe Bradford Chapter
we\ have been asked to an- Tome, caught in the pulley The
Cheryl in
presdent Newberry College, --Received a cheek for $115 ASSEMBLY OF GOD
nounce that catechism Instructions vice-president; Sheila Mc- South Carolina. girls, realizing that tt wouldbe II i from T. W. Tatum for timber Bradford Chapter! tirWAY CHAPEL
will be held on like for them to I
Daniel secretary-treasurer; Last Saturday Mr. and unlady cut ab- the city dump property. went to Tampa last Saturdayfor and Rallord
Polly Mathls, reporter; : Sonia Mrs. Everett Fox entertained climb up the pole sent out; De .-l \\.ted Councilman the purpose of beef and Weldon School 10 ajn.
Road. Sunday
Payton. recreation: and 'rlend with cook-out at en SOS and It was .innwered|I Scottito serve as the council's :airy Judging. Members. of Morning Worship, 11.. m.EvenlnlJ ,
Martha Mlzell. song leader their home. Quests included by Mr. Cardenas. I I representative on the Brad team
STARKE the beef judging were: Service 7 p. m.
Mrs. Dewey is the leader for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan Mrs. Bess Orosberg, of I I ford Economic Agency. Scott Cecil\ Stalnaker, Oeg Alvarez Meeting.
this organization.For and sons, Peter and Hank Lakeview Drive, was hostess la already a director in the and James MOit. Son- Tuesday Thursday YoungPeople's

BUSINESS their first project the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tyre and for a birthday dinner in hon- organization. ny Norman was an alternate.! 7:30: p. Meeting m 7:30: p. m.
girls will be makln--? their granddaughter. Ruby, and or of her sister Mrs Mar- Approved the request of Members of the dairy-
DIRECTORYAUTO own 4-H skirts. At their next Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tjre' and garet Howe on Tuesday Cubs At Cape Kennedy O. J. Anders to lower a culvertto judging team welt: Oene Pastor Leroy Llghtsey.

meetingwhich will be held son, Mat. evening, Feb. 7. Out-of-town 'provide better drainage to ...... .
Feb. 13 at the home of 74r, Mrs. Marge Tracy has Just guests whoVel'e present to property owned 'by him and
Scout Paris, 70 enjoyed a guided
of Den I. )Cub
l\1mnb'r8 ELECT ED PECK
Ernie Tomes the girls will returned from visiting friends help their close friend cele- Marvin Rosier. )
REPAIRS rtve' two food demonstrations and relatives in Pittsburgh, brate the occasion includedMrs. bus tour of the Capo. Kennedy Space!!! Center rewntly. :Makingthe -DIscussed the hazard pre.

Sonja Payton and Polly Ma- Pa., Corpus Christ!, Texas Howe's sister and her trip were from left)I Steve Fuiiui' Eddie! niolock,. sente by a water hole on the YOUR STATE SENATORPd.

Earl's GarageALL this will give demonstrationson and Santa Fe N. M. husband. Mr. and Mrs. George Bruce Tucfter!; Randy Chitty, Ken Fuqua, Len Moore Glenn Marvin Rosier property. The I

the preparation) ot salads, Last weekend Mrs. Harry 'Doerge of Buffalo N. y..j MuillnH David GaineH, tonnle Ellis" Phillip Johns. and ChtttkIIutrhPNon. matter was resolved when I
Pol. Adv )
KINDS OK Any girl who might be interested Sawrey of Penney Farms, the honored /guests' At right In. Walter Cobb, NASA bun tour guide. Rosier told Councilman Eugene II (

AUTO RFPAUl WORK In Joining this organization was the house guest of Mrs. Mrs. John Peterson of Houston Sight. viewed by the Cub Included the world's largest/ biilldlitjf I
AH Work Giianmtced please contact Marge Tracy. Texas Mr:,. Marshal
and launching pvuls. Accompanying -
Spare!!! Pinter Museum
Phone 9817005So. Mrs. Ernie Tomes or am Mrs. Joseph Dey and son Foster of st. Petersburg! \ Leroy -
Walnut Starlie !member of the club. William were weekend Syracuse of Greenville,. the boy. on tlu trip were their Den Mothers, Mrs Kennel -

LIONS CLUB NEWSOn guests of former Keystonera N. C.. and Mrs. John Waltersof li Fuqnu, and Mrs. Charlen. HuU-lnaMon. and several ptirent. Even the seats have

Monday night of this Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davie of Clearwater Other guests

AUTO SERVICEGilbert .. week winners of the Lions Jacksonville. Included Mrs Howe's daughter -
MI i i lima H* > MMH
Tnt(>rnll.l1onl\1 Peace Essay Mr and Mrs. George Pac- and grandson., Mrs.: Jan- He Jus' swim and swim. Lawtey Police
S. Brown Contest, for the Keystone quet of Bar Harbor. Maine ice Batts and Jeff, Mrs. T. J. Cause he knows dem peo I locks in ChevroletsI

Standard Oil Service! .Statlot. area were announced at the were recent guests of Mrs. Hawes Mrs. John Stejdham pIe.They, Car Allowance
ATLAS regular monthly dinner and Pacquet's aunt and her hus- Mrs Nettle Stitchberry. and all after him.

TIRES & BATTERIES business meeting. First place band. Mr. and Mrs! L. E Mis. Mattle Smith.Congratulations They thro him dem big 'Won't Gas' seat-backs to keep them from flop
Budret Terms-Road Servlr winner was James Pox. son Harris of Lake Oeneva. Mr though wormz. Buy put automatic latches on all our folding until trip

Phone 964-7071 of Mr. and Mrs. Everett R. and Mrs. Pacquet were en- the, are belated are extended With their little hidden forward should you ever stop suddenly. The scat sits upright you
<407< N. Temple Stark.HURST'S Fo" *. Linda Mathis daughter route to Babson Park, where to this remarkable lady. hooks A statement by Lawtey City i ping
of'Mr.' and Mrs. L. Mathts. their older daughter Is a student Ole Rumbelty turn up he Councilman Robert Scott that a latch.

received second place honors. at Webber College. INDIAN BEACHFrom noze. the budgeted $50: allowance\ Additional Items we put Into the '67 Chevrolet: handy pushbutton release
and third place winner was Mr. and Mrs. Pranx: Ottin- looks. for operatIng the city's police
: a
And give 'em dirty ball bearings, 4speakert
SHELL in and out on
John McGrath. son of Mr. ger. N. W. Hardenbergr, Oat [ Preceding Page! He swims up to the baits, car should be raised to meet for the seat belts, an ash tray that glides

Service StationGas ryrrd I Mrs. W. C. Sumptei., Adee Bell and Mr. and Mm Den he knocks It 'round.He expenses or "other measures can add, not to mention noticeable improvements
1 stereo tape system you GM
dinner lly, the James Bobbins, over taken" caused a squabble that
McGlave enjoyed
Mr. Charles Ed Dwyer dealer's.Drive .
Oils builds up their hopes, and handles. Go to your
dfl the weekend. could not be resolved at the I in the the car rides
Goodyear Tires &: Bafterte Past District Governor, and dancing at the Ponce Jus" to let 'em down. way '
interesting, discussion Leon Hotel In St. Augustinelast I Jack and Lou Miller were February meeting.\ free sample of 5 "...
) a
ROAD SERVICE (rave an And den one day it happened '. a new Chevrolet, get
301 and 100 Slar;e on the origin of the contest, Saturday night. in Gainesville last Friday Scott pointed out that expenses
'and introduced the judges Recent guests of Mr. and night for the first rehearsalof Ole Rumbelly mace his for the police oar for
METAL WORK and the winners. Jude Included Mrs. Frank ottinger at their the Moose Club Variety mistake December totaled $92 and the feeling

Miss Gertrude Houser. home on Lake Geneva were Show. Lou is going tc por- AnJ de nex thing ''ie knoo. two previous months were even that sure

THOMPSONSheet Mayor Al Nelson and Dr. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Howard Groveof tray "Minnie Pearl", and He's a nice fish-steak: higher than that totaling $149
Holt. Dr. Holt was un- Gainesville. Jack will be the head "Belly J and $152. After a lengthy dis- HIM

Metal WorksAll able to attend the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. B. Socomb: Roll Dancer." cussion, the council voted un-

0-. The three winners would) hid as their house guestsMr. Mrs Alga Quinn and children animously on a motion by Eugene

Types! Mela Work like to extend their appreciation and Mrs. Justin Aldrichof Joan and:! Johnny ol 1Interdemoninutlonal } Starling to take no action

Heat & Air Cond. to the judges, and also Fitchburg, Pa. Mr. and Savannah, Oa. were visiting! pending the March meeting.
Systems InstalledRd. to the Lions Club of Key- Mrs. Aldrich have been visiting her family the O. W. Ellises, Marshall 'M. M.Jordan said a.

16 E. Ph. 964-5723 stone Heights for their! Invitation the Slocombs for sev- last weekend. that $50 per month !won'teven ,
and the nice awards eral years, and did nut: real- Johnny Waters and friend Community Church Dr buy gas for the police car '
th&t MrAldrich's of Fayettville, N. C. came all and. that expenses have always .
ize until this visit ,
A, C. Holt minister: Mrs _
that the five
over during
first cousin, Mrs. the way down to go fishing gone
George Comoro organist!: he has been marshall.],
with the David but years
Tlial'8 Our Business Frank Ottinger was k resident Rapes.
GLASS Ole Mother Nature changed Sunday School. 9:30: ( a. m The car cannot be operated n,
of community.Mr.
our Morning Wonanip. 11 ... m
their minds. for lens than $73 to $100 per

.."::!?,. "If It's Glass!'! W. nave It" Magann. and Jr.Mrs.of Jacksonville Henry E. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revel]! t Nursery open bolds hours month for gas not counting
Jordan added.
CALL, WRITE or VISIT are the proud parent of a I were visiting their son and Presbvterlan maintenance Councilman Paul Dinkins Releases! e ,

FOR ANY GLASS NEED baby boy, Chilstopher Sean family Mr. and Mrs. Ernest t Farm' Presbyterian ChuronItov > I said he Uoean't see how the I at a touchto L'i4 !1 .

born Sunday afternoon at W. Revels Jr. In Plant City -- J. R. Neale Jl min. $iO budgeted can be increased allow easy entry
We DesIgn Modern Store Fronts the Baptist MemoriAl HOs- last weekend.I l Ntor M-* W. A Wtllaor under the present' financial Into\ the\ rear. a -

lust Mail\ Us A Pattern For pital. Maternal grandparents want to apologize to Mr. ganist; Mrs. Carl Swisher structure. Expenses for the
and Mrs. Calvin Ward 01:f
Mr. and Mrs. George
Table TopsSHEA'S summer organist. police car and Jordan's salary v t bd.
Schaeffer of Keystone Starke. They have been married ,..Sunday SchouL. .D:U- ....m. last year totaled *7HU.over
Mrs. Schaeffer report: that 45 years, instead of SOT": Morning Wmwh!p, 11 a. m halt the total budgeted he
Mary Ann and Christopher Boy Scout Troop 109 01:f .
Sunday, (Nursery open both
: GLASS CO are both doing very well" Melrose and. vicinity, visited hours.J JEpl said.A request for $250;:; fur the
4; CONGRATULATIONS I the Florida State Fair 1 ir I city recreation program was
iSTALLIRC I We have the mailing Tampa last weekend. They .copal>
now approved for the Kecreatlon
1313 N.\V. PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FK2-4353
4th addresses of two of our Service -. were accomoanled by Glenn St. Anne's/ Rev.V.. W Board headed by James Wainwright -

boys, who have beer. sta- McClure Albert Shocneman., Worstall. vieR.; O. Cope- The item, was budgeted
tioned at new locations. Claude Martin and Art and, organist. by the city but the funds
Please be sure to drop thema Wheeler. Morning Pyer and Ser have not been released.

line at ,your earliest con- Nolan Oriffen. Bill Conley mon. 2na and 4th Sundays Walnwrlght in answer to

," 'S CORNER venience, as It Is always- nice Charles Scott, and George 9:30: a. m. [nursery" opn. / to have mall to receive when Stevenson of Decatur Oa. Holy Eucharist and sermon said the city has sponsor-

f i the "mail call is given. Pvt. were fishing last weekend 1st and 3rd 1 Sundays' 9:38: >< td various baseball basketball\ ,

i Alec Livingston EB-14S286- and stopped bv Barr hill's M. t nursery open). Cliurcj and football teams and that .

OASIS LOUNGEYour 26, A-4-2, Ft. Polk La., 714- Camp. Along with other fish Sohool. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu the money Is used to buy equipment y Automatically

89. OO Rhett S Fox. RA 149- In their catch, was a nine oharlst, 8 a. m. each Sunday, James Waters a recreation -
CLOSEST Spot For 25572, 90th Co. 9th STU BN pound bass. Evening Prayer 7JO:: P. M board member also I locks:

LIQUOR WINES BEER TSB USAIS Ft. Bonnlng: Mr. and Mrs Dolnh Reddish each. Sunday. ETC 60: P. M spoke and said the pr'ogram to hold teat-back.,
li- ., securely. upright.
Ga. 31905. and children of Starke. each Sunday. serves adults as well as chil- ,

Oyeft 9 A.M. 12 P.M. j Dr. and Mrs Robert :Bol- and Mrs. Helen Walker of Dally offices of Morning dren.While
MMT well of Washington D. C. Jacksonville were the weekend and Evening Prayer 8:00: A on that topic, Mayor
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. j were visiting their friends guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. and 9:00: P. M. Charles Shuford suggested that

:Mr: and Mrs Stan LaCoste of D. W. Carpenter.Mr efforts be made to exercise
Lawrence Blvd. Dr. Bolwell is and Mrs. Doyle James more control' over the recreation 'a.J.
"" OR Dean Emeritus of the Graduate were in Sarasota last weekend -. Lutheran Church of Keystone building.: Waters said his ., ,

.. QUARTS.. Council at George visiting her niece Miss Heights; Vicar Richard group is doing everything- Chevrolet ImpelsSupar Coup
South' Oeorge Broshear Meyer minister; R. o. Copeland sible in that direction and welcomed Sport
8 Mi.\ of Starke on U. S. 301 Washington University. a student

i Arthur Barber has Just returned at the Rlngllng Art School. organist suggestions.. Vandals .. .. .....----.-.--- -
.... -
from a weekend tripe I Betty Grlffen of Oriffen's Divine worship, Sunday 11 have repeatedly broken windows .....-.-----.---.-..-....-.-- -- -
I Lodge reports that the! baM a, m. Holy Communion 2nd in the building adjacentto 09 814-
were biting Sunday of each month. : city hall.
good last Saturday
Mr. Oriffen caught one Services held each Sunday In other action, the council:
Baldwin Chevrolet Inc.
e I seven pounder, and six smaller at St. Anne's Episcopal! -Received a proposed lease
Church Keystone from I
ones. Mr. Barrln' ejand Heights Bon-Star Parma inc.
i Mr. Crosby of Jacksonville Fla. for use of the city wharf to' U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLORIDAPHONE 964-3900

i were down fishing last week- Catholic: I I
I end. Mr. Crosby caught one St. William's -Pr. Edward

,. 12-pounder, plus seven others A. Kirby priest In charge.
.., I they caught topre-ther. Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist. I FOR A POWERFUL VOICE
Betty also that
'.'c. says people Sunday Mass -11::30 a. m.
were bringing in specs full of Wednesday Mass -6 p. m.,

roe.Dorris I Monday Miraculous Medal -' INFLORIDA'S
"'. Lutgens visited the I. Novena 7 p. m. Inquiry
1 I I State Fair in Tampa along class 6:13: p. m.

., with other members of the Confessions: Before M8-8''
Ninth Grade Class of Key- on Wednesday and Sund '. I II STATE SENATEUniversity
stone High School.
I Holy Day Mass-7 a. m.
Ous and Peggy Oornto of I II
1 Valdosta, Oa. visited his par- I, -Baptist of Florida graduateCertified [President United Fund and other

ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Worship" services : Sunday. I charitable organizations
I Oornto last weekend. 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery I public accountant and
Guests of the Fred Swear- open]. i businessman Former state rood board member

Ingens were their son and Sunday School, 9:49: a. m 1 under two governors
Somc hare the f vet Former t
faculty member
people I daughter-in-law. Leonard and nursery" open], Training U.'% ,
Linda. Swearlngen. and Bruce tan. 6:30: p. m. nursery r open) Florida Represented State of Florida at national

do/tef they eyeeOl'ned and Betty Mathls and son Rev. Lawrence Carroll Veteran meetings upon appointment
Greg. pastor. of Florida Governors

BUT. Pete and Joyce Barton of Active civic worker t
First chairman of Florida turnpike
Indian Beach. Fred and Cor- THE RIGHT POINT for the

... perhaps even it should be here in a"Full ine Thieman of Jacksonville! theway, you write. Com! In Former Alachua County school authority

Service" bank savings account, safe and and Mrs. Calvin Ward were and select your favorite& ES- board member Former president of University of
in Tampa over the weekend. TERBROOK fountain
earning good bank interest Florida Alachua
They were all guests of the TELEGRAPH Past trustee and chairman of of- County Alumni

Start saving here next payday) Ralph Flllmans, and they attended fiscal board of his church Association.
the State Fair and
While a student at U of F
races on Saturday and Sun A Classified Ad in the TELE. I Was active In won
getting the VA Hospital
GRAPH brines results. i awards 2 years in a row for his
I day.I in Gainesville.
have Just received word Club work.

F"LORIDA from our official Rain Guage

Readerwe had 3',r. inchesof

, : Well rain last this weekend.Is your dried- I VOTE FOR EARL PO'VERS' EXPERIENCED
mm\ ; / ltt :$'I;ltlfJE( ;
._.._ __ .. ; ; ._ i out rolling reporter saying
so long for another week.

; One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Once again I leave you in the Ct666
hands of Leeon. .

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. LEEON'S CORNER I : STATE SENATOR
I "Ole Rumbtlly" (PA Pol. Adv.)
I Ole Rumbelly do nothln'. .


DAV. FED. U. 1941 nnAp"nnn I'OtTNTY TFLIEaRArn, ST-\Rltn FUmIDA I'uoE 1lUaTEEN
-- -
Funeral ServicesFor

Mrs. Young "ItK:::::! :::::.
i 7
Last Saturday : ::4:

... ..... :::
':' '':':': 4
!Mra. Verna Dorothy Young :$:: :.=t::::: :):.::.r: T ::j!
67, of Hampton widow of the I :: :.::.::.::.: 1 .ij MEA 4 '
late Irving T. Young, died : '::: q. 1'
Wednesday Feb. 8, upon arrival :::: ::::s N :: 'e'' m
in a Starke/ hospital aftera. 1it:: ;..::.:. ::;:... '......,

sudden Illness. :...:!.'} Y 1
She waa born In Hamilton, II!! ii ....& / A
Milo/ on June 13. 1890 and had : ;
lived In: the Hampton area :::: A 1 33E }t
more than 20 years, coming :::.{:.Y wM : ::i r
there from Jacksonville. She
was a member of. the Presby M: w
i / / 1 tiff

terlan. Surviving'Church.are four sons, 1 SUPERMARKETS k f::I .X:
Walter N. Young of Point t
Pleasant, N. J.j; Irving George, titiy }{i I &
and Howard Young all of
Hampton; two brothers Wal : :: .! '
ter Stitch of Jacksonville, and : :i : dI
}};;} )
Calvin Stitch of Like Oak; O t )
two sisters, Mrs. Lilly Adamson x? MEAT J t I
of Valley Strem Long Island; .I C 7 r ''I
and Mrs. Wllhelmlna Danielsof Zt 1 J'I L '
Hartford, Conn. Also surviving : / i L
arc four grandchildren. 1 I tw'
I o" :!: 1 1'
Funeral services were held 1 0
at II fc.m. Saturday, $eb. ,,11 ::: dill
in Jones Memorial Chapel tVlthJtev F IfCOFFEE :\ I '
:- Donald t..' Ramsey; :of- t ::: :
t.1cl&t1ng. Intel-meat was In ;: : :::
Crosby" Lake Cemetery under t ? ili ill '5 .I ,
the direct-! of 1)eWitt C. "' ., .

Peace Corps !I I 1 t :i

T UToBeHeidT' .,::: .
King Size or Regular Filter : L "
February 18th or j
: ::::E :
Starke area residents Interested : $S;!I TURKEYVJUWt4tW'kALB' 't

in putting their li CTN. 74II @
skills to use In developing
national around the world are : !j!::: :: '
j: ;:;'''
: .
OF ... ,
Invited to take the Peace ..::
Corps Placement Test it 1:30: ::: $::':":
p. m. on Saturday Feb. 18, II 10 ::i / /
at Robm 131, Federal Bl 331 SB First Ave., Gaines-
v 11e.* I IEs.-i' :::l QUICK FROZEN GRADE -A-

The Peace Corks use the I:: ? ,:;::.-:::::,, SAVE UP TO 10* PER IBAZAUU 4 ] jJ I. '

Placement Test to determine ::

how an applicant can best be II CHUNK LIGHT MEAT M".:,:s: BRAND BONELESS READY TO IAT,' 'vr..::.::
utilized : .
overseas. The teat r
I measures general apltude and :: ::::::: HANDY HAMS 9 TO S lIS. IN 99 t
the i:f ;:: JAVI tot II. M
,I ability to learn a language :::
not education or achie : : t '' ;
vement. The Placemen; Test ":::":'S i::. FARMER OKAY PURE PORK COUNTRY STYLI {:.}Y

requires no preparation and o::: :.::. }
Is non-competitive a applicant M REG. 391 EACH J LIIA AGE; . LL 59, >}
can neither pass nor "=$:f
:::: 1i ::: f*
fall.The ::::: IIIRMAN'S COOICID N :
:::::: .1- "

the most Important placement application.tactov test:lorna, In is not the the .i1:.c 3 6K ; $ 100 j. 1'ooThdF BAKEIJ HAM . FKa 59 I 0

selection of volunteers. Per- ==:: r.";! : ?'

sons Interested In serving in t... MILD CHEDDAR

an the application Peace Corps must- they fill,.have out ::.:::::: .,;-.......... w.:::::::; _-T Q DAISY CHEESE u. 59c t tfOOD I

not already done so and present ::::;: .... :::;:;{
it to the tester before :::: ...... S FAIR AMERICAN w PIMENTO
taking the test. : ;::;:::: ." > r.-:.> fS'BABY M

]post may: te offices obtained or"froni from AppMcalons'local the .::....::..:..::.:.::::.::-. A--:: 4; .. .r. '\. .f". f,L ", SLICED! CHEESES T2 :: 57c *3 3IOTA ..

!Peace Corps, Washington, D. aft
; l W iP O11P
C. 20523. -Nc1 w t : ... CANS IORDENS fLAVORfUL

about The an Placement hour and Test a half.takes I:::.:::.:.::c.; / '!! I" rH fJ'W' 0 .A".,, /fjN!.! ,. MILK SHAKES 2/29c/ Shrimp Cocktail JA: 3fl}$1 I i


Mrs. Eliza Taylor. I::,:.:-:' ":-"::j1 Grouper FILLETS .* 49c Cube Steaks io: $1.89&&
: :
Services Held ::.:::." "." > ::
> :
o: ,:::
At Long Branch r .. :, :::;.
I r
Mrs. Eliza Oriffls Taylor f.:.:.;.: i!
68, of Lawtey, widow of the t. ..: ; : "
late ::::::;: :!:::: :.
Noah Taylor died Monday POTATOES rtt
in a Starke hospital m V I -
after a brief Illness. She wada :::: \I IL Iw
native of, Bradford County ::::,{! "= N.K. 2..o aAGt 11. 85' L I t.:::: -
and a member of the Lawtey +
....}. ANeY w aa/rIN{ ti; k
Church of God. .. : f.::::: -
Surviving is one son Lee :::: APPLES . u. 19cEN11 ::: tl ::::
Taylor of Brooker; three ;::::: 511111h t.t t.-:::: : I v: .
daughters Mrs. Maude Pre- : CABBAGE . ii 54 =
@ i l :::: FOOD : ,
vail, LawteyMrs.; AleneStarling ffl1
f:+:f MNCTHDiaiNBIUP. :::: :::::: PRODUCTS r 1
and Mrs. Bertlce
:-.:::: r
Taylor, both of Jacksonville: i ? SWEET I I }: ::tI '
six brothers Dolph and Tru- II 3 Ibs. 391gx : ::::: j
by Oriffls both of Satsuma; ::J .. t': !:::
--------- -- .
Carlton Clyde and Elisha c-.,:::.:.:: .' ,'6 :J 0 ": di I,
all of Lawtey and Robert I
:::: I : I : t:1t. :
Oriffls of St. Petersburg; 'L..3,_ __ PINEAPPLE/CRAPEFKUIT... MERRY CHERRY ORANGE
:::: I rwu IKVwA : ; rwu urwA : it: 11!!! PINK or REGULAR
Grift four Is.sisters Lawtey Mrs.; Mrs.Bertha Eva t.iJ i MERCHANTS.GAEN STAMPS i ; MERCHANTS_GREEN.STAMPS i (: CRAPE, APPLE; or !TROPICAL PUNCH REGULAR 3/$1.0O 'm I Is3
:::y'V::: I ..N r.N r',...1..hML.A : : 11LS'KGO ALL.uT 1 f y': f

Mae Bennett Tlson both and of Mrs.Jackson: Elma .1:::;: ;...:UAJ-:! --.LEMON:: --CRUNCH..,-_r\i:\ -!: :.CSOMARGAilINI..______!,QUARTER_______: v':::;:: ;,;.:..::.::.: JUICE DRINKS s3
----- --- ----a-n. :
= : :-:
yule and Grif- }...:,. :1 :
Miss Dorothy ... t..
....) ------------ ---------- ii1 .
fis of Satsuma. Also surviving .::.:.:..)' OIWJ: I ]- .. -::::: I f. : I

are seven grandchildren. ot.:::$ .. fuIaJj. ......,....... 1 f:::.: ": .
Funeral services were held :::::: ; : ru. i1/1A i't::$: $
at 3 p. m. Thursday !in the :::::31.nCHAnS GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS nUl STAMPS i p'3 f.i!!
Long Branch Baptist Church 7r rs}::. : GSc': ;:'--- 1. IZS o=; ;;; :; : : : J... 46 0%. ..
near Maxvllle with Rev s::: :!Q AEROWAJC D. 0 aua: ; : ::: :
f3I:. :. _.. _._7i'I;i'I: f' CANS
Robert Yates officiating. In- '; ; .:=------_-- l:: --- ;; :
terment was in the chrrrcl ...:. === 61-::' ..__::::::;.=': l I'
;: .iI' ,.
cemetery. DeWitt- C. Jones ::) i.mII i r ; :*
Funeral Home was In chargeof ::1!";.iS:.:.:' _- : : _-t ju : ':::.=: .: '
.i ........ .) I
arrangements.A :: rwI fNMA : rwlw twiwA 1 ::'I
t:; STAMPS!! !i !| ::;fti
: ; I : CZt LB CAM TWA I4y?? 'S.87fei f+ 17 M. CAWSMOlrtAR : i1i.I i.
i::: 0 :!Q aUSTERINR : _: ag: COFfER : ::3:: discount' health &beauty aids 4'
Cfausifled bring Ad result In the. TELEGRAPH ::.J: L---; -- -.l: :": -'--..-.-..--I :l"0:1" .".-,------..': : :::: SKIN CREAMS 78ce1"! VALUI D.I 6 LATIR CANDY':f GARDEN DRAB . .

:;: : COM A..,mm.nt ninmiiB ONLY 65c ::; .
:: :::}:" 4/l.04 e DEI MONTIf ,Q : ::
: : noUN GARDEN PEAS ::: "
the way you write. Come In ::: :D/'Jjb3 i a CARROTS BUTTER MANS. ::::ff::= .IO"61'MIII' {':SJ&J GREEN BEANS : 4' lot
BUMS 19 .
'Kt: 0"
and select your favorite ES- }}: CREAM 9* WHOU KERNEL CORMVEGETABLES Mi .. COTTON BUDS 42c a'. f .,. .
M' If'llllWHIIfGILLETTE ::: ,. .
m SUPER :f liGULA.$1.2.. I* ... CANS OH MONTI '
TELEGRAPH. !i .s STAINLESS BLADES t"w' Tu. $1 1.27 ROLLS a" of a 27 @{ '4 $is
:::: :: .
1:1 I M ... PK fw 5 fOR $1 00 l: i;::::::i
:: REGULAR I11.e16 N. CANS Ml

ORGAN STUDIO r;*sr IIGUI.A..DO FROUN m:::::: :.:..::.:.;::.) ZUCCHIIfl MSQUAS t 4 fOI :
:::.) .. f:: 1 ::;::.
; FR. FRIES ''*1 ...4 rea $1 # :;::S $100J.J. ..
:: fOIMAR SIS us'. T n MONTI
'" .TETLEY:?;, : 1 r:7: .jj, 1 S'jfOl'

;[1, TEA BAGS .ca n loz < j ::::j CATSUP. I. : :..

.,:::: REO. 33t IA. SVi.... CANS UBIY'S m;:::;:: ;;?1 f '

$!H.r. POTTED MEAT 6 rot $1 .1..J..... + :s.:::?:i;' IIIOUUR /'iDE CREAM STTll RN" ':&:N 5 10. $).0 :: _

1 lpi :;:: TOIUT TUiUI WHITt w ASST. .?..::..:.::: 0 r:

DELSEY a ui.tt 4 fOR $1 1 : --
F REGULAR 6//$l.l7 Bit MONTITllun
Hammond Your Authorized Organ Dealer ::. ., T rky iMf {r? t IS ... CANS 6 rot '100' ;

110 N. W. 10th Ave. I P TnprES' *_ $ :' PKG.19c_ m a :s:::: SPINACH .' . :

Ga/aeavlUo/ Stopping Center k .

- .-

1 t

L _]
--- -
w----I--1----------- -i------ j-- .j.


Elks Topple .,. I Garbage ease is small water-soakec FIRST METHODIST
: I spots on the flower petals,I CHURCH STARKE

Register 50-8 _ r says Dr. R. S. Mullln, path-
q _ Body Purchased Sunday Church School,
I SPORTS r. 's.t1 ', .r loglst with the Agriculture
In Junior Box Morning Worship,
9:43: a. m.
I $.- ___ Extension Service. Then, a.
___ 11 a. m. Snack Supper for
___ After three weeks deliber-. later. the blossoms collapse -
Elks lodge and Register It ____ MYP. 6 p. m. MYP meetings,
___ atlon. Starke's City Council I Into of slime.
both 3l'ec- ___ a mass 7:30.
Oil sporting ____ 6:30.: Evening Worship, :
ords. met head-on Saturday has purchased a garbage I You can prevent th fun- Monday Girl Scouts

morning and after tlv game ..' and: !brash; loader for $3,530., ,., gus from ravaging your blossoms meet in Fellowship Hall,
Wall Moves Up for the night, pacing his team game was Just as doss and Register was wondering, .. ___ but neW' bids will be asked on L tills spring with a spray Wesleyan MYP Sub-
with 25 points.!! exciting as the first match. a new truck.The program of thlram or zlncb 3:15.:
"what happened" as the Elks /
in First
From CellarIn Williams took the 1st one 26 j district
put a sound.: 50-8 whipping I body chosen by the Begin the spray applications Church lake City, 7:30lMen's : ?
In the second game of the to 25 and took this one! 20 undefeated Council la a 20 cubic (yard when your azaleas txgin to
the previously Fellowship
Sr. Boys on I Club meets in
evening, Garden had no thou- to 18. The same situationprevalJt'd oilers.Register. .. ".'1-: -r I rear loading Ixmdmaster. It;I show color. Repeat the spray I Ithl'ee 7:30.
blo picking it. 5th win as they this the i : Hall :
In a.s
tH. C. Wall a team with game a usually hluh- Is larger than originally considered times a week, duringcolor Tuesday WSCS Study
demolished; National Guard 61-' 1st. The score was close all by the Council and
only one win and tied for Garden scoring team. 113: points In 3 ., season. Course, 9:30: a. m. David
10. League-leading
the way with neither team enJoying i has additional features desired If about
and you are thinking
last place, )pulled an upset scored 30 in the first half and games and usually sparkedby Whittlesey. Methodist Community
knocked oft> the 2nd place Ter- i more than..a, 4-point LonnIe Olive's 20 point by the Utility Department buying some camellias, now Centers of Jacksonville -
31 in. the second, while limiting -
willegar Motors 36-30 In the I lead. Williams outscored average, were limited to 4 The bid accepted submitted is the time to select the 'varieties .
to 6 and 4. Mike guest speaker
the Guard I
The victory Conner 5 to "In the 1st : by the Florida Equipment want. while: they
Senior -
Boys League. -. Sexton: paced Garden with 16 field goals In this!! game by you WednesdayPl'lmal'3'. Junior
enabled Wall to move.Into quarter. Conner came back to Elks. Company, was not. the are in bloom. To see the
the tough _._ Youth Choir
points. a- g ana:! prac-
take the lead 10 to 9 at half- lowest
2nd place with Terwillegar 4 one. flowers at their Sunday best
The Starke Recreation Department Register !scored onl 2. ,tlce, 3:15.
The game was played on fairly will present a trophy time. and 2 in the 1st. 2nd end 3rd : This. In just ono, of three :wrertt\ which Involved semi tractor Due to confusion over how visit a camellia show and :

even tcrma. Although Wall led of The 3rd period found both quarters and none In the I and trailer. during tlio past. week, Thl. one occurred on heavy a truck It will take to make a list of the varieties Thursday. Feb. 23-Den 4
to the high scorer f'ellowship
all the way, Tcrwlllegar\ \ stayed the league. With four games teams having difficulty in final period while the Elks North Temple Avenue In front of Hardy's Salvage Yard. stand up under the body, the that strike your fancy. Thenit Cub Scouts meet In -

within reach. Wall led 9 to 6 remaining, here is how the scoring as each could hit for had 14, 8, 10 'and finished: Council decided to rabid the will be easier to make up Hall 3:15. Chancel
and 16 only 2 points and going Into truck, after Choir rehearsal 7:30.:
after the 1st quarter new specificationshave
mind what to buy
:your on
in the 4th quarter.
players stand: (name, team, with 21 4 Trucks WreckedOne
at halftime. the final 6 minutes Connerled Heavy been
to 12 Torwlllegar points. avg. per game) Tom Roger Kelly and Robby drawn up be the when you visit the rursery.

closed the gap durlnp the 3rd Paladino, Hampton, 77, 15.2; 12 to 11. Barluidalc led the Elks. with Florida Equipment Company Now is the time for plant-'

quarter, outscoring Wall 12 to Mike Sexton, Garden, 68 13.3; The 4th period was ntp 10 and 11. semi-tractor and) trailer I I last Thursday when a 1087 The Council is apparently Ing or transplanting. Here

9 and trailed by only one Lame Williams, Bradford Barbers and tuck as Williams took In the second game slammed into the rear. M International tractor and trail going on the theory that the are a few pointers to re

point going into the final quar- 68, 13.3; Harold Bishop, I the lead 15 to 11, Conner Chamber of Commerce pulled'an another parked on Worth er, driven ''by Jack Patterson, firm selling the body shouldbe member. There Is a definite WOMENPASr21
ter. In the 4th quarter Wall'sMark I made It 16 to 15, and ,Williams 32, off the road and ram- the best authority on between trans
Bradford Barbers, 63, 15.3: ; upset and won their 1st Temple Avenue Monday Feb. ran relationship IRRITATION
Robinson got hot, hit for took a.. free throw to med the of what type ot truck Is needed. WITH BlADDER
John Williams Bradford Barbers 'game of the season edging 6 causing $10,000 In damagesand rear a parked planting and pruning roots
After II,common Kidney or Bladder Irritations
9 points end the blue clad 56, 11.1. tie it at 16 all. With less than Winkler was unable to over- Injuring one driver. pulpwood truck.Patterson Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis and tops each should be ,affect twloa aa many women*.
team won It 36 to SO. Mark 2 minutes to ''Conner went said the lose and mar make. :you tense and nervous
go and new loader be
League Standings. : Garden, 1st quarter was the undoingof Delbert E. Cones, 22, of was treated can done carefully. The root system from too burning' or Itchingttrlnatlon

Robinson while was Joe high Kauffman/; with led It 5-0; Barbers 4-1; Hampton, 1- out. in front 18 to 16, then Winkler as they could hit Waycross, Ga. was admitted released from the Bradford used for trash pick-up as of any plant should approximate von mar both bee"cae'a sleep. .. night.and coffer Boeondarlljr. from-
4 National Guard, 05.: Williams tied it with 45 sec for only 2 points While the to the Bradford County Hospital I: County Hospital. He was charged well as for garbage. the top In volume :Xeadaehis. ,Baokaenea and feel old,tired
with 12 ...
Tcrwillcgar points.In In euco. Irritation. CY8TKXtuuailr
onds left. Conner had with! to have his Jrpr .ed.
Schedule for Wednesday,Feb. one Commerce teams got 9 and after his 1993 White failure : therefore the tops of brlnn fMC relaxing comfort bycurbing
15: Hampton vs National more opportunity ta score tractor and trailer slammed I vehicle under control and causing should be reduced Inmost Irritating terms In straw acid
Winkler was unaW to;>> ovel''ome ; plants wino and by analieelo. PalB reueL OetfnuiUM
the first game of the Guard, 7 p.m. Barbers vs Garden and missed it, but Conner ( the 7 )point det clt. even Into the rear of another rig an accident and forfeiteda cases.Conifers. ClU1:1l aS > teal bolter IsiS

evening Baldwin Chevrolet had 8:30.Builders: got the ball. Sharon Howell though they outrcorecCom\ occupied by a sleeping driver. bond of $32.50 In Mayor's Let's GoCardening are the exception
en easy time of It, throwing made the basket for the 20 to Cones released from the COIl rt.
merce 6 to 3, 8 to 7, sal,: 6 -they need not be pruned.
Hurst .Shell 53 to 19 for their
18 win. Pam truck five
Perry He The pulpwood was
paced hospital< Monday rait. .
Hold The bare-rooted plants are
to 5 In 2nd, 3rd and 4th
5th win against no loees.BakiwIn Williams with 12 points SuSan was charged with fallurp[) to feet from the pavement and make live when
quarters. Lamar Norman for I hardest to
had trouble getting On To LeadIn Scogjlns: had"11 for Con' have his :vehicle undor control unattended. It IH owned by location.
the winners and Billy Myrlck I shifted to a new
warmed but after the
up nero and causing an accident and Charlie ''Scott of Starke. The
Powder Puff of Winkler showed high scor- I Balled and burlapped plants
quarter they hit the hoop with
Standings: Stark build forfeited a bond of 52.50: : inMayor's semi struck the pulpwood
regularity. Hurst Shell had ing honors with 11 points By Hervey Sharpe, Editor usually suffer very little in
the northbound
truck crossed
ers 4-0; Holiday Inn 2-2: Court. )
offensive problems the entire Starke Builder's Supply each. I lanes hit the median Florida Agricultural Kx- the transplanting process
Williams, 2-2; Conner 0-4. Joihnni Minns 27, 'driver of traffic ,
'game. After the slOW' 1st quar- and Holiday Inn met In a Schedule: Standings: Elks 4-0. the 1963 Ford-Miller tractor I' strip and rolled over after tension Service and It Is almost Impossible to

ter, Baldwin hit for 16, 14, and thriller Monday afternoon, rri3ay! Feb. 17Holiday. Register. 3-1; Southern Discount and trailer,; hit by Cones, was 'I striking and knocking down a have anything but a green

;,20 points In the 2nd, 3rd and Feb. 6, at the BHS ir/m. Go- Inn vs: Conner. I. 1-3; Winkler 1-3: not Injured. Mime was legally I palm treat in the median thumb If you transplant a

4th, period for a total of 53. IngInto the game, StarkeBuilder's Monday. Feb. 1 Chamber of Commerce, 1-3. parked.A I Both trucks were termed Budding romances and shurb from a pot or can.
Hurst failed to score In, the 20 -8ta1'lteBuilders Feb. buddng flowers are twc signsof of the type of
had won 3 and lost Conner.Andrews Schedule for Saturday similar accident occuredon total losses by the Starke Police Regardless

1st, had only 4 In the 2nd, 9 none. Holiday: had won 2 and vs 18: Southern Discount vs U. S. 301 south of Starke Department. spring root system :you plant, be Ask

In the 3rd, and 6 In the 4th lost 1. This meant that Holiday CC. 11 a. m.: Register OH vs But since other signs show sure to settle these under-

for 19 points. Andy May\ ton Inn had the opportunityto Loses Winkler 12 noon. that there will be cold ground parts with a soaking Charley

paced the, winners with 20 hand the Builder's their Chance To Tie weather ahead this Is a -good supply of water.

points. Larry Thomas and first loss and by doing so 1967 Farm Program Signup warning to gardeners and to The planting schedule also E. _

Jerry Chltty were high for claim a share of first place. Bantam LeadCarp's lovers Includes: roses When plantednow

Hurst with 8 points each. While they almost accomplished 1 Under Way Deadline March 3 Cold weather often nips rose! bushes will not Johns

Standings: Baldwin, 5-0; this feat, the league met Andrews Drugsin I the blossoms In the bud. sprout generally until after _
Wall, 2-3; Terwillegar. 2-3:: ; a crucial game in the Bantam
leaders would have none of while fall frost dangers are past
The signup for the 1967 payments on 25 acres If they many romances
Hurst, 14.Games It and held on to the top League. A win would MEN diversion and price support 'agree to grow no feed grain because the young swains get Water newly planted roses About this question: "

scheduled for Thursday spot by coming through withth.e have put Andrews in a tie I SERCW!! programs for" feed grain began All participating: farmers., cold feet or a cold ",houlder.Don't at least; once per week If "We all shocked
Feb. 18, have been post with Carp's ,for top six& >t, but. are so
pressure on. Holiday got "E February 6, according to whether or not they earn diversion feel sorry for the rainfall is short end be readyto
because Lake Junior fate was against the drug- when the radio or newspaper
poned City off to slow start while the teenagers because
a Mrs. June Champan county payments, will be they can spray or dust to control

College and St. Johns River Builders wasted no time and gists.Missing office manager agricultural( eligible for price-support shift for themselves, but do black, spot disease as soon as .tells of a home burnIng -.

College, will be using the at the end of the 1st quarterled their ace scorer Stabilization and Conservation payments and loans!! as In take pity on young budding the- bushes sprout.To to the ground, and

BHS gym.Garden. 9-2. This initial quarter because of an injury, Andrews pi Service. The signup J period past years. plants In the event of a frost control this fungus dis- children: burning to death.If .

proved to be fatal to the Innkeepers led Carp's during the will be shorter than last since they can't move at all. real into
first half and held :\ Mrs.!! Chapman ured all I. sease that shows u;> a. blacklesions we put vigor
as they Qame: back a one- w ) : running for only four Plan now to protect tender
Heads point 8-7 advantage at half- ____ year farmers In the county'' to ( on rose leaf margins Fire Inspection program -
strong in the remainder of weeks, ending Friday, March buds from frost. Straw paper -
time. carefully consider the annual try M-4S:! or Phaltan. Apply and really remedy
For Showdown the game. Holiday Inn outscored and plastics
3. are among
Carp's rallied in the third production adjustment and the spray at seven-day Intervals the fire hazard that are
Starke Builder's Sup The are basically the handy Items!! to cover
programs prlce-suppoi when when black is
With Barbers quarter however, and An- programs spot ypre- uncovered isn't it possible
11-7 In the 2nd
ply the same as.in effect; In 1966 making' their farming plans plants to keep them frost sent.
and trailed at halftime In drews suddenly found them, 'except for certain changes' that some family may be
Garden Restaurant 5-0, and selvs down 18-9 going Into for 1967. Full farmer participation free.If Dooryard citrus growers
the 3rd quarter" the Inn girls fire tragedy rightin
strengthen them spared a
to ,
made is urged In order the !freeze doesn't' develop should inspect trees for red
Bradford Barbershop 4-1 took the final period. Andrews cut "'
9 to the Builder's
picked up Mrs. Chapman said. These there other thingsto our own community?
that the
gains made
easy victories!! In City League 6, and going Into the final this lead: to 4 points, but the spiders purple and sixspotted -
changes were made In lightof recent will not be lost worry about. Fungus on
8. Wednesday years mites and other insects
play on February quarter and the. game ended
quarter the score was knot- E. Johns
night, Feb. 15: at 8:00: p.m. ted, and what an exciting with Carp's in front 22-17 the Improved supply-de due to over expansion in production azalea blossoms Is one. during cool, dry weather. For Charley
mand situation ton most
these teams meet and Its Is a it remaining undefeated and with' a resulting dropIn This beauty-killlnc&; fungus' control, the standby remedy Agency
must for BarberShop quarter was. commodities. The county office farm Income. She urged can reduce a magnificent Is DN teaspoon to
game still on top in league stand- spray one '
The Builder's
quickly moved -
131 S. Walnut St.
!boys since they meet each manager pointed out growers not to overlook the display of blossoms Into a a gallon of water. The clerkat

other only once more after this :!' out in front 28-22 but ings.Top scorers were Jimmy that the tremendous surplus Friday. March 3, deadline for slimy mush almost overnight.The the garden center may PHONE 961-5070
it 28 all '
tied at
Holiday noon ,
big game and a loss would In Ricks for Carps, and Kent supplies of corn gra.'l sorghum signing; up in the program. first sign of the dis have a better suggestion.
0 then with about 30 and wheat. which persisted -
all probabllty cinch .he league
Oraudon for Andrews, with
Sheryl Ward hit for 2
several years ago,,
title for Garden. If the clippers -
17 each.
and a 30 to 28 to lead,
have now been reduced to a
can come up with the big I
In the final second;, The more desirable level ad a result -
win this would throw the two
KOch's'moved I
In the
Inn girls had taken about 6 second name, of farmer participation
teama Into a tie and put all
hopes on the final night of the shots at the rim, but the ball into a. second place tie Cadet Jack F" McComb Jr., in these farm programs In WHERE

just would not go through so with Andrews by defeating son of Mr and Mj's..J. F. recent years.
when teams
season these two
.: would meet again.In Starke Bulldtr's Supply pulld wlnless Gem Jewelry 28-20. McComb of Starke, has been The 1967 feed grain! program Johnny Come Lately?

the win out 30 to 28. Oem,. was in this game all\ the named to the Dean's Merit i Is aimed at limited WAS
the first '
game Monday> way and looked for a> while list for outstanding academic
I night. Bradford Barber Sheryl Ward averaging/ 24 acreage diversion arid .in. I
Shop as If they would pull the
up- achievement at the U. S. Air
had little trouble disposing of points per game. pared the creased production In' 1967 to

Hampton. 58 to 25.: The Bar-; winning team with :2t po its. set and pick up their first Force Academy, Colorado meet the anticipated demand

!hers held a 30 to 13 lead at Evelyn Sinclair had 10 for victory as they took an open Springs.A without the risk of a drop in
ing quarter 6lead.: member of the class of farm income.
halftime and threatened the losers Diversion payments '
by the Hampton five. Tom In the second quarter, 1967, Cadet McComb will under the 1 1967 program February 16, 1967

Paladino, the league-leading however. Koch's hit for 12 wear the silver star of distinction win be available only I Dear Folks six county area of Alachua Bradford, Dixie

Williams Jewelry and Con- points, and racked up a 14-0 in recognition of the to (;iHchrist and Counties.
Lafayette Levy
scorer, hit 11 for Hampton growers on small farms!!, i itl.
while Harold Bishop was high ner Insurance met for the lead at halftime. In the third honor accorded him by the .
2nd time this season and the quarter, Gem cut this mar- academy dean. lie holds the 2* acres or less Farms a time when this area needed to be united NOW COME THE JOHNNY-COME-:

"I gin to 2 points and trailed position of element leader with bases of 28 to 125 acres more than inlay! of 1966!) during the LATELY CANDIDATES They expect to

-- 18-18 going into the fourth with the rank of cadet first be election? So much
may treated as "small primary "' very was at win an easy inexpensive victory in'a two

period.In lieutenant. farms" and receive diversion stake public schools: future highway week campaign (election date February
the final decisive ,
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I Koch's came through quarter sioned. McComb a second will be lieutenantand commis- funds, budget consideration for our public 28th). WHERE WERE THEY IN 1966!

with 10 big points and a 28- awarded a B. S. degree THK RIGHT POINT for the institutions, taxation. constitutional re- This area needed Senate Representation

STARKE PHONE 961-6200 I 20 win. James Wiliaim paced upon graduation from the the and way select you write Come in vision and many IMPORTANT LOCAL then too when the chips!l were down.

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 his team with 18 points academy. lie Is a. 1963 gradu- your fountain favorite ESTCRBROOK BILLS. Twenty-four ((21)$) counties to campaign in

I while Grey Flynn had 12 for ate of Bradford High School. TELEGRAph pen. expensive thousands of miles to travel -
I the losers.. We split into factions and gave first _
back-breaking night and day.
Rental Services :, Standings: Carp's ..-It; Andrews Pfc Julius Britt, on of Mr. the oniirthnuHi-' I Htnrk. Flori consideration to personal feelings rather
2-2 da within --ix rnlxmlnr, : month than the overall needs of our entire WERE THE JOHNNY-COME-LATELY
; Oem, 04. and Mrs. Joseph< Britt of from tho flair of (Ihr firm area.

HOSPITAL BEDS; WHEEL: CHAIRS I Schedule of Saturday, Feb. Lnwtcy, rccentlyq returned to llt-atlon ..f thin n,,4tce. Each piih 1 In contrast to this. the voters of another boys there? NO, of course they weren't.area .

18: Oem' vs Andrews, 9 a. m. his bane camp with his unit, i-lnlm writingand or
CRUTCHES Koch's vs Carp's) 10 a. m. the 1st. Brigade of the 101st or residence anil pnttoffice ELECTED ALL FOUR SENATORS from

I Exhibition Games Airborne Division, after more nnil ,miiHt"'lIIr.l b..<....toW of or"the.t...claimant by"I.. I that area we elected none. I paid the qualification: fee to run in

This Friday. and Saturday than a sear of combit In !the claimant hi. intent. or hlr only one county against one opponent.

i night the Bantam Boys will jungles. of Vietnam. volt.attorni-y ''or', |It will be"om"l Until the Federal Judges reapportioned Three days before the deadline the Federal
according; to law.
Serving Florida play at halftime at the BHS Britt, an ammunition bearer January 30. IICI. the state on February 8, 1967 (it is a real Court forced reapportionment again. As a

Since ;) varsity games. Oem will play I in Headquarters Company -n-.\. n. \Vhltelifad( / shame to have
Koch's in the I -,.-J. Whltehedil Federal control to this!! result I was' faced with a decision either to
1950ff Friday night of the brigade SecondCongressional to
c97cdda "J"eell & nc. | event and Andrews' meets members of the unit traveledby r: i tuli, > of 5. AV. I quit, or make the expensive major effort

Carp's Saturday night V liltuhi-nil, ,Il.,.'. I District living closer than against 6 opponents to represent

.......". ....... ........ ......,.......-: longest land convoy sea, and thus air far in In the the THOMAS 20.1-5( :/ North* PIKKCK Temple. Av.Itn .. I Taylor County. We now have an opportunity and the citizens in 23 other counties.you IDIDN'T

I war. Land travel covered 400 /: rk... Florida to elect a Senator to represent us in the QUIT.
Jl1': COl-NTT JIJTJOK'S ('()UTt1', fliat pithlloatlon! .1>" K.t>-
Cordially IV: AND FOR BRADTOHD miles much of which Included ruary. 0. lain. I
Mrs. Carolyn COUNTY FI.; RJD.\. roads blocked by the Viet ..2-ft 4t ;y-a: |
In re: Rotate of
Eaves Welcomes I LA.WR.KNrK. : MEMO S"" a.e4. Cong for several years. l INT <'OI"STYmooroJ'!! r
Representative .OTI.I crcdltora T(5
Ph. 961-5811 You and Your or lawrnce M nir. derea.pd, 1st Sgt. Laurens WKte. son In ro: Eittatf. of '

122 N.. Bay St. Family to Your are hereby to file notified claim and required of Mrs. Willow M. Putnam of E1'II RJ. H(,;10114. atffonoaXlllfH .. I', __
any or Route 2. Starke, TO ttEIpi'rouAll : I
Starke New Home I domanda' which they may h.iveagwlniit cI'plitnr.I of the estate
I said eatat In the. office a cold weather exeicise recently of hthri' Hale, iterneaiwd. ,. are II WILL YOU GIVE IT?
of the county JudJretlflel .sad reimtrmi I
I Hmdford '
Couny. Fiona In to rile any claim. or ',deiimndp
The State of FloridaIt the vourthouae >t Starke. Florida the Alaskan Command and whli'h thi-y may hare avalnei
within nix calendar month. forces. from the Royal Can mild, eatnte In ,the off.ce: o ,

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and publication from the of date thla.o-l notice.the Each firm adian Air Force." The exercisewas County the entintv, ,Florida Judge, In of the Rradforif court. I : Your Faithful Candidate

To Acquaint You With Your City. claim or demand muat be In to provide practice In houae at 'Starke' Florida, with
writing and must tate, the in elK calendar. month. Crow ,
ph.". or reold.nee and 1 pout tactics of warfare during severe the date of the '.Ir.t publlra .
office addrea of the claimant. weather conditiont.c.OITNrY. Ion of thin nntloe.. Each .claim' -
4 If you are new in the area, a phone anil mum be worn to hy the or domancl. must b.. In writing, .
claimant, hi. arrent. or hi. attorney and mint. fita'e thn. nlace: ot Ed
call will bring you a prompt visit or It will become void, raldinf and. poet OU..... nd.drv I Pee
according to. law. : "'I..oRIDA.> .. of the claimant a-mt must :
January 27, 1847 In rp: rNtnre. of be sworn to hv; the clnlm nt :
from local hostess. Please give II ". W
your Cleorae Plprce.H WrflTKIIr-MP.: flm-Pnafd hi. scent. or hi. attorney, v
*..lil..nt A<<.nt of '0'1'1f' To \1":1:I>rotis' It will become void according ,
her'a call! She has and Freda M. M,.nir.FIxiNutrljc All .rredttnrft' of the. .nMtfltl. 1 10 law, .
map* many : of the Eatnte of 8 \Whltehend.. dmfuiwd.are 'ebru.'y"1. T.m''V:
Df Lawrence Menfc hpriby notified nnil i rfinlrert *-I ..- [In,. A. Qreen,
free and wonderful gifts!!! for you d..'ea..d. ,. to file ,unv i-UUrrm. 01iltttnand Kxurutrlz nf the Kutatf
First publication PVI b 3. 1987 & *. wlili, h t thin HUM. haveairnlnnt of Kthel: lleaa, deceaaed -
from local' businesses. '-I t21 xald nxtati, I In tin. ntfti4 Firm Publication .on February (Political Adv. Paid For By Ed Peck)
IX COt'NTV .TPDUKH: rf\r'HT. of the ald .ountv juilsri' ,M\ | 8. lao?. j
IN: A'U:- *'0n BRADPOUiT P1, .lfuij. County. inoriUj In "JM, 41 t.'" .
I L -

::1 I a a