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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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
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A steel fabricating industry for Starke, costing expansion in mind, he 'added All will be employed locally,

half a million dollars to build and designed for future County Commissioner Jerome Mayor Presents as far as possible

CIiW:\ ; ? ,. I expansion, was announced Wednesday night by Frank Johns who was instrumental The local plant will manu-

: .: ,; Owen, Jr., president of Owen Joist Company of .Columbia with site in negotiations aiding Mr. Owen here, (You Know facture steel joists, fabricating -
them from steel angles
S. C.. and Owen Steel Company of :Florida.
". .. : The news 'was released ata served. as master of ceremonies What !) and bars shipped here from
the Columbia plant. The process -
dinner meeting in Holiday The plant wUl employ some
E. H, Whittaker, assistant
Mayor Carl Hunt. 'was so here will Include fabricating -
Inn attended by 75 officials 40 workers within tn j first
general industrial agent!, with
pleased' with the cutting and welding
.' ...... .. IA,..: fit. ., __. .... and civic leaders.Construction year of operation with pos- the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Wednesday announcement night ot them Into final shapes Owen
of the plant r'billtles of doubling or tripling who :first suggested:!
Mayor Carl Hurst ((2nd from left) presents key to the city t to Frank will get under way in the this number in the next Starke aa a possible locationfor a new Industry for Starke said.The

I Owens, Jr. Others (from left) David Coats, E. IL Whittaker. and Jerome next tnree to four weeks witha five to ten years Owen said, the new plant lauded that nimble he tongue came twister up with while a will be production sold through from the here new

Johns. target date of July 1 1, to get The plant and all facilities Johns' efforts saying, "Je-
presenting a key to the plant to be elected on a. recently -
Into production. Owen said. will be doilaned with future
made fine salesman
rome a
city to Frank Owen, Jr. purchased site in Jack-
for Starke Proffering the tribute to sonville, and will also be mar-

COUNTY Whittaker said it was the the guest of honor at the keted in Georgia through the

first time, in his knowledge, announcement dinner, 1\la. Owen plant, in Atlanta.

BRADFORD that an Industry had decidedon or Hurst said, "Please accept "Ours is a relatively stable
TELEGRAPH a plant location in one day, this seed to the kitty Industry," Owen said. They

Mr. Owen was brought to I mean, kit to the have been in business In Columbia -

Starke, shown around ty Commissioner seedy oh weU, ;you for 30 years and the
Johns one afternoon, know what tt Is!" plant there has expanded
and liked what he saw so two in the past
every years
Official
County Publication Established In 1879
well that he decided upon
decade he added.
construct a 700-foot siding ,
Starke as a location then !and
VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT from Its main line to the The Owen company row has
STAttKF, FIOHlnTlll'RSIHY.' FEB. 23. 1967 NtmiBEK THIRTY-FIVE there. Whittaker said the main plant
site, and construction should seven planta in the Southeast
deciding factors the ex-
were:
start in the immediate fu- and the two new Florida operations

2 Speeders Get 15 Students Arrested Local Candidates cellent transportation ford County labor,supply and facilities tho In ,Brad-both good tuie.The plant will consist of a nine will make a total of

rail and highway. storage area, 70 x 250 feet, David Coats, president of
and a fabricating plant, 00 x the Starke-Bradford County
Jail Sentences Could Mean The plant will be located
Big 300 It will be of structural Chamber of Commerce wel-
on eight-acie site
an pur- steel frame with corrugated comed the new industry to
chased from Bill Dukes and metal siding and roof. Starke. and Mayor Carl Hurst

In County Court On Truancy Charges Turnout Tuesday of located a mile about south three-quarters of the south Labor required will be some presented Mr. Owen a golden

unskilled training up to semiskilled key to the city. Both Owen
city limits at the end of the
with emphasis and Whittaker '
on were presented -
Two teenagers were given With a local man In the newly paved road through welders cutting men, and flats of Bradford County

jail sentences on speeding Warrants or juvenile petitions have been issued a- race for State Senate, and Lincoln City.Whittaker crane operators Owen said strawberries. .
charges when they appeared gainst 15 persons involved in cutting classes at Brad- another seeking return to the said the SAL will .u
before County Judge T. A. House of Representatives, -
Yawn!, in Plea Day proceedIngs ford High School. Bradford County's turnout at ,.."... .
Tuesday morning The arrests stem from a party at the Boy Scout the polls In the First Special .

Joey Tyson Reese, 18, of Camp on Sampson Lake as a result of which Bradford } Primary next Tuesday could

Starke pleaded guilty traveling Sheriff's deputies arrested 14 students. Juvenile hear- bo surprisingly large "

90 mph on SR-100 five ings involving fice BUS students, all 16, disclosed testi- Jim Temple, principal of ,
rnlles east of Starke at 9 of Bradford Junior High School,
mony numerous parties and school skipping sessionsof ,.'
pm. Reese was sentenced to Is vying with four Alachua
'a wild nature.Generator "
three days County candidates for the
David Hamilton 19. of Starke Several of the students told
Democratic nomination for the 4' .
pleaded guilty to going 100 of going to a house near Brad- new six-county 7th District : K 'v "

mph on SR-225 south of ford High School during seat. Other Democrats seeking *
Lawtey on Feb. Hamilton Bids school hours. County' Judge the post -- all fromGalne.vllle .117-

was senteced to 10 days.Both T A. Yawn questioned each are J. Emory .

are being allowed to of the five students privatelyin (Red) Cross, Ed Peck, Earl .I .
the time weekends Are Considered the presence of Dr. Flossie "
serve on ; P Powers, and Bob Saunders.
since both are high school Jennings, county Juvenile Local Interest. is ,also'' centered .
students.A counselor' and Deputy Sheriff In the House race where

six month term In the No Decision Yet Dolph Reddish.He Rep, Gene Shaw, Starke at-
county Jail was given Albert adjudged all five delin- torney, is seeking return to
MrDuffle, who was charged quent and told the parents of ,the Legislature from 'the expanded _

several week ago with ,rexlst- slim mulling over which the students it "would be- Jim Temple district, and Is opposedfor
ing arrest with violence. generator to spend $250.000 of hoove you all to become bet the Democratic nomina-

Seven students aged 17-20, the city's money on, Starke' ter acquainted with your tion by George H. Dorsey of
were arraigned for contributing ( city council listened to. a five children, where they go, what In Race For Fernandlna Beach.
they do, and' for what purpose
to. the delinquency of minute resume of the opera- ." Rep Ralph Tyre of Lake
minors (See story in this Issue tion of each bidder's engine City, seeking the Democratic
on student arrests.) The Judge told one set of nomination for the other seat \VL
Tuesday night, but took no State Senate
Thirteen cases were trans. action. parents their daughter bad In the new House district, I Ja
ferred to the trial docket Neither did promised him she would tell unopposed In the primary and
the council Indicate them ( aftsrrnot guilty pleas were ac- patents his name will not appear ,onTuesday's
when a decision wouldbe Jim Temple, 38 year old
taken place at the parties -- _
cepted by the court: Starke ballot. He will have _aM'f
forthcoming. educator and civic
The bids ,
>: Crlffls improper "strip poker games, to say In the
Bobby Eugene Republican opposition
were opened Feb, 7 and the the least, and a few other leader, has announced, as a ,
of lane. final .
goround.On
change
recommendations:! of tho city's candidate for the new ..lx- \
things. Some of the patties had
Austin Gary Smith Jr. contributing the Republican side, Tom
engineering firm., county Seventh District State .
: Reynolds
taken place at the house near I
to the delinquencyof Rowand of Lake City, and ,
minor Smith and Hills of Jacksonville the school as well aa at the Senate seat. Sam Webster of Orange Park ,!oI:!>...... .. ....
have been Temple Is principal of Bradford -
already
J. B Whitehead .assault and the council. It was not given disclose Sampson Seven other Lake retreat students one CountyJi'iiorlIgh! School are from competing the 16th House for nomination District, Bliss\ Vincent conducts her defense, advised by companions Andrea

battery.Mack Lane Sibley, former which unit the engineers In college, !were arraigned in !and nerved conch at earlier BHS,as and an-prin-athletic while Ralph L. Thomas of liarreiro (left) and Thomas (McKean.

recommended however. Plea Day proceedings In Coun- Park and Keith Wheeler
who
Stark police sergeant Oraage
had been acquitted on statutory Apparent low bidder on ty Court Tuesday on chargesof cipal and at"nnk"nhcools.., both In In Lnwtey Bradford of Green. Cove Springs are 'eacher Is Dismissed
rape charges, contributing Feb. 7 was Fairbanks-Morse contributing to the delin- County. vying as GOP candidates from
Co. at -207964 Engineer Don quency of minors by cau.lngthem the 17th.
to the delinquency of a A native of Tennessee, he
minor. Ruckman said then he was to become truant from gr'rrlua.ad, from Leon High Winner of the Rowand-

Tom Lee Brown, reckless favorably Impressed with the school Si'hool, in Tallahassee, and re- Webster race will run against
driving wilful and wanton and bids and that they came with- All but one, Cary Austin ci-Kerl hit. BV' and MA degrees the victor of the Dorsey-Shaw After Board Hearing
driving while. intoxicated and in the amount budgeted for Smith Jr., ploaded guilty and In Mention from Wayne content In the general elect

causing an accident, Both the 2000 KW unit In the the judge withheld dentence State (Nebraska) Teachers tion, while winner of the -

charges result from an. auto $690,000 project, until Smith's cane can be College Thomas-Wheeler contest will Four letter words fell on a English assignment, entitled later wrote the offensive wordon
chase in which Brown's car At Tuesday's session the tried. The remaining >six are Ho moved to Stuike, In 10130 challenge Tyre. hushed courtroom Tuesday "13 Nightmares" by "Diane the blackboard in red chalk.

and a new 1967 Chevrolet council opened bids on 1,000 David' Dyal, 20, the college and in now serving as pi'evident -For the Senate seat, Re- night during a School Board Di Prima." The students were Clark testified that: Miss
police car were wrecked at linar feet of new paving and student; Oral Tanner 17; Call of the Staike Clvltan publican candidate Martin M. hearing climaxed by dismissal later quizzed on the Nightmares Vincent showed signs of Insubordination -

high speed. 10,529: square feet of repair Boa bwTlght, 18; Carolyn Faulkner Club and as chairman of tho La Godna .of Gainesville is of Miss Shirley Vincent as an as part of their mid- and Inadequate
Lucia Blocker, assault and work for which a total of 17, Ronnie Newman, and Bradford County Children's unopposed and his name will Instructor in humanities and term English examination. classroom work soon after

[Continued on Page 31x1 [Continued On Page 811I I (Continued on Page Slxl (Continued On t'ageSixi I not appear on the primary English at BHS, with the BUS Supervising PrincipalC. the opening of school last

[[Continued on Page 81x1 recommendation that her teaching M. Clark said the teacher fall. She failed 1 to turn in lesson -

certificate be revoked by > plains, aa required In'advance -

I the 'State Department of the principal said., and

I Berry Season Opens Tuesday, Early And WetOpening Education.Charges against the 22-year. Auto Flies was least absent one occasion from class without'on. at

old first year teacher Included giving notice. This (absence
the 1967 season on two markets Tuesday the groan, insubordination and Oft Curve; without leave) la grounds for
a wet note, strawberries began Farmer's Market at Starke area grower, with 15 acres, the use of lewd material in dismissal In itself, Clark, said.

coming into the county'. and the new market at the brought 121 flats to the Starke the classroom. Youth HurtA "We made a genuine effort

old berry wharf at Lawtey. market over the two days, Some 60 parents and high to salvage this teacher," Clark

The season la about two the biggest lot sold there. He school students attended the Starke said, adding that two faculty

week. early, with south Florida received top prices both days. open hearing and sat In. tense 19-year-old youth members Including High
DON'T FORGET and Mexico still producing. N, County Agent George Hug- silence, straining to catch the was after hospitalized his automobile Monday School Principal H. A, Spruw,
gins, who has scoured the words of Miss Vincent who night were assigned to work with
failed to make curve on
Special ElectionNEXT Prices Tuesday and Wednesday county, says the current berry spoke in a soft monotone a Miss Vincent in an effort to
Orlffls
averaged $3.23 at the crop "looks the .best It's scarcely audible to those more Loop Charles improve her performance.Clark .
Jimmy Bryant reported -
TUESDAYFEB. Starke market and S3.25 at looked in 10 year." The plants !than six feet away. She was In good condition, In said the efforts failed

Lawtey. Top price at Starke are In as good condition aa repeatedly admonished to the Bradford County Hospital and he realized that she had

28 was $4 per flat Tuesday and can be expected. speak louder by County JudgeT. Wednesday afternoon, was ideas and a philosophy not in

$3.40 Wednesday; the low was Even though the season la A. Yawn, who conductedthe charged by Florida Highway keeping with the moral and
early by two ,to three weeks, ethics of the community.
$2.80 Tuesday and $3 'Wednes hearing (not In his official
Patrol W. E. Sund- '
Polls Open 7 A.M. Huggins says; all the fruit capacity as county Trooper 'Following an hour and a
berg with exceeding a safe
day.Prices at Lawtey stayed ,together won't be enough to Judge). half conference with Miss Vincent -

Close 7- P.M.: closer to the market average _e ti 1 flood the market If distribution Throughout the two hour speed.Bryant'. 1959 Chevrolet left in October, Clark said

Regular Polling Places the high for ,both days being __R V points are spread out over hearing, the accused teacher the pavement on the right he wrote a letter to Supt. Tom
$3.30 and the low $3.20. the _major markets !In New retained her composure, con side of the road, crossed the Casey .outlining the results of

Quality of the berries, considering York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, ducting her own defense, aid- ditch, knocked down a fence, hl. questioning of the teacher. -
the wet conditions and Atlanta. ed only by frequent whispered and skidded sideways until It He said that among other
at both Berries are still coming up conferences ,with two male things, she was:" teaching the
This Space Contributed present now. was good One of the first. truck load of stawbrrrlm. to be broughtInto came to rest In a pasture In
I markets. Everything now depends from Miami and Plant City companions unidentified except Book of Job as "beautifulliterature'
Weekly to Publicize the Starke Farmer' an upright position.
I Market Tuesday wan. these 83 Hutugrown "'
the and some are coming in from and also to show
on weather; barringtoo by name.
The vehicle traveled 3SS feet
Community Events
by { by Pte Ualnwrlght of Lawtey. Ualiiwright' received the how the Bible contradicted
I much rain or a freeze Mexico. Reports at the Starke One charge brought by after leaving the pavement before '
should Tuptulay'it top price of $3.2(1.( School Board its. at- itself condoned pre-marital
The Community the crop be a good market Tuesday, however, had through comingto a stop. Examination ;
one, most farmers agree. torney George Pierce, was that sex relation under certain
State Bank Just about every farmer at Luther Milliard a Lawtey Manager Gary Bennett of Ben- 'the south Florida crop in a lull Miss Vincent 'wrote a four- of the of the front end' conditions; condoned post-
car, Sundberg stated,
the Starke market Tuesdayhad flats moving through the Star Farms, operators of the between Its two seasons right letter word, described' as "lewd Indicated tie rod marital sex relation (adul-
a broken on
Vccounts! now insuredup mud caked on his shoes and Starke 302 market flats at on opening Starke day new venture at Lawtey. now and the quality of Mexican printing," on the blackboardand the left side but that la believed tery) under certain circumstances -
Lawtey.
to $15,000 by and a good many wore rubber Berries going through the berries was said to be interrogated her students to have occurred when ; and that she felt
had 413 flats and
(federal Deposit Insurance boots to keep their feet dryin Lawtey 352.' Wednesday Berries from Starke. market are being sold falling: ottoBerries as to It. meaning.The the vehicle crossed the ditch. !that Communism was all right
the wet furrows locally and buyers are com, word was indicated by for most people.:
Corp. The accident occurred 6
at
Lawtey are being shipped to are being marketedat
boning loads to truck them a dash in some mimeographed Clark said Ire,felt MIN Vincent
Quantity of the berries has various out of state marketsby p,m. Monday, Feb. 20, 1.2 miles
Laiwtey for the first timein
out. sheets distributed by Miss Vincent in no conformed with
been negligible so far with 372 west of Starke on SR-100A way
,
plane, according to Market over 20 years. to the students as an (Continued on Page SZJL'




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nn.tDFORD COUNTY Th OJ'AI'If. t4'fay ui F. KLORU1A TlirrtSPAV. FEB. 23. 1967
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at th home of Mrs. Peek. a kitchen shower Tuesday
Women 1 WMU
; 1st
St. Mark's
Baptist
wel- night given by the BHS Varsity -
Mrs. R. R. Canton was
1e l <
I ;t ti Discuss Budget : Circles Meet comed as a new member at Cheerleaders at the homeof

9IJI1 Aac\ this time. Miss Kay Colson on W.
Mrs. Walter Richardsonwas I "Home Mission Work In Mrs. Marilyn Roberta had Madison street.
hostess to the Women 01 l lI Baptist Centers" was the charge of the program for the The refreshment table was
.v St. Mark's Episcopal Chu rV, I topic used for meetings of Ethel Biggs Circle meeting at centered with a pink and

GLADYS MOOTY\ : at their meeting Monday ,: First Baptist Church WMU the home of Mrs. Charles blue; decorated cake and at

Phone gl) 1-0651! night of lost wed:. Circles on February 14. Hardy >and Mrs. Bobby Tay- one end of the table a
I Mrs. Kenneth Orlder con- ; The program was presented lor presented the topiras' milk glass punch bowl held
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ucted the meetln and Mrs by Mrs. E. D. Tenley at slsted by Mrs. Ned Cauey strawberry punch.

A. E. McKinney was Sfr. and :Mrs. E. G. Patz : ,: Herbert Thomas gave the de- I the Brownlee Circle meeting. ] Mrs. John Greene l\11'\ ... Paul Games were played during
Mrs In and family were in Daytona '" votionil. The budget. for the I and Mrs. W. B. Mundy. WMU Carter, and Mrs. Charles the evening and prizes: were
Hazen :
E. J.
visiting Mrs. ,, .. I presented byMrs. V'4te1z4 the Importance awarded.to, Melanie Bradley
Lakeland over the weekendMr. peach on Sunday visiting. "" coming year was president spoke on Francis at the Lottie Moon
and ac- of unenllsted homeof and Beth Scoggins.
was members
and Mrsl. Roy Holm of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thomas Circle meeting at the I
weekend visitors lin'Tlaon.Mr.: .' 1 cepted. Mrs W. E. Cartergave Mrs. M. N. Yaun. Guests attending meiiided
of Tampa Mr. and were Mrs. :M. L. Law- and Mrs. L. O. Haren :VM $ w4:' a report on her" visitations Mri Paul Raymond:! )pre-' The'Valentine theme was the cheerleader sponsors, 'Mrs.

..".((1 Mrs. Alta Ashurst visited \c to church families. ented the topic at the Ida carr'ie91out\ in decorationsand Carolyn Dal and Mia. Oy-
ion.Mr Mrs. QrldPr" read a letter Darby Circle meeting at the refreshments. Dlggett, Mrs. Stanley
Mem'rial cna
and Mrs.\ Howe: Mc- < l the Stephen Foster .
Coimlclc of Jacksonville weieSunday on Sunday. from Mrs. William\ Robertson / ,. I home of Mrs. Floyd Oreen. ,I Noegei, mother of the honoree -

guests of Mrs. R. ANew Mrs Clea Patton aaid Mrs. p -;;.- Dlosecan President, Inviting Mrs S. L. Peek. Sr.. pro- Kitchen Shower and Mrs.. ( J. 1) OdomJr.
Gertrude Klingler of Dun oa.le7ta., w all those wfto cm to 'I gram chairman Mrs CIlIa .

Cpl.jom.and, ;Mrs. Donald Carter kirk. Ohio were last Wednesday 'Starke Woman's Club Wins 6 Prizes come to a special meeting at. ,,1 ''Xr ,4.1. Coran. Mrs. C. A. Knight, For Mrs. Odom Mrs. R.. A. Colson assisted!
March 12. Johnson tuok part
Camp Weed and Lola
visitors of Mrs. Vernon In bervlng.
the girls
Point N. C. were
of Cherry
their parents. Mr Sm' uc tear. .. '....... Jacksonville. Fine Arts Festival Bishop Hamilton West will on the program at tIt Lor- Mrs. John D. Odom III a
visiting ---- -- -- at
Church Circle bride was honored
visit St. Mark's on ena Epperson.. meeting recent
Mrs. R. U. Powell and Mrs. R. A. Newsome was In I -
Mr and and Mrs. Russell Carter Lakeland last week visiting! Six ribbons were collected In center of table above which March 8 at 7:30: p. m. Linda Ruis ToWed 'I::::: =-=-= II L! rt .1Imt.1; .:: .
her mother, Mrs. J. A. Howe by members of the. StarkeWoman's they: molded and baked. Mrs. Stanley Noel!: gavea Joyce ......-.
the weekend.
over Club when they submitted Miss Delia Roseberg won report on the meeting of Mr. Howard DAY
THE
who 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Combsof was cutwork TODAY'S
their original art work second prize for her the annual Council of the i
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry fcchlos-;
She
and crafts for judging In. the I bridge cloth and nnpklns./ Diocese of Florida recently Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W.
Pa
of Starke ser< of Beaver Falls were 23rd
Mrs. Ed Conway of the THURSDAY FEBRUARY
chairman
Is awards st which
In Jacksonville
of annual Fine Arts Felltlvol'l i held Masters of Starke announce ,
Saturday overnight guests
of Mr at
were weekend guests and. above
club
sponsored by District ot.. Starke Rev. Sponge of Lvilchburg n" their I
the engagement
Mr. ''and Mrs. F. H. Kramer.
and Mrs. Charney William< ? .
of two paint-
tho Florida Fedoratlon of right, holds one v" was ,guest 811e..l at their camp at Salt children Mrs. Charles of Cocoa Parker were vlsit-and Women's Clubs, Tuesday at ings for which ''Mrs.: ", Evelyn Grlder also reported on the to daughter Michael Thomas Howard, BUY ONE CHICKEN
Springs.Mr. Woman's ClubIn Haney won two third prize and.! Mrs.
South side meeting which she :
the
Alvin B.
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlns 'n? Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells ribbons. The paintings were son of
.
Jacksonville.Mrs. Carter" attended as delegates.Mrs.
DINNER AND GET ONE
Howard, also of Starke
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and clown.
Mr. and '
had as Wednesday guests Qucenle Beckett won of a glass blower a Odder::! closet the
\Is student at
Ruis :
Miss a
Mrs Shellle Gene from Dot.tie Sue
and Mrs. Walter Tlmmer- decorativenet BHS senior
her after
for
first meeting with prayer
prize
/
man Mrs. Dora Fender, Mrs.' Thursday to Monday.Mr. and felt Christmas tablecloth Kelley :Mrs. Haney's student which Mrs. -Richardson served Bradford High School Mr LIMIT ONE TO A CUSTOMERCOL.
Charlie Wiggins and -daugb- and Mrs. M.\ F. Hazen held aloft above by Mrs. won fourth prize in the ..tudent's refreshments. Howard 'a' a 1068 graduate 01 I

Tharl, and Mrs. Tommy 0'- and Mrs. V. V. Hazen were in Dot Sale center, president of 12th grade HallmarkArt BHS and is employed with
SANDER'S RECIPENenucj
Brien of Stockton. Oa. Orlando on Wednesday::! visiting -, the Starke club. Contest. Her painting is the Florida Pest Control Ir

Little Curtis Terrell celebrated Mrs. Alph Hazen. (Mrs. Margie Dowling and shown by Mrs. Gladys Green, Executive BoardThe Starke.
his third birthday W. E. Plummer returned Mrs. Jewell Noegel won fourth at left the Starke club's Wedding plans will be announced Fried Chicken

Tuesday! afternoon with a Saturday after spending two prize for the ceramic tea set, art chairman. executive! board of the at a later date.
tnrtr for a few neighborhood! weeks In the Jacksonville Starke Womans Club will meet U. S. 301 NORTH
friends. The youngsters en"joyed NAS hospital where he: underwent Thursday, 'March 2, at 3:30: I A Classified, Ad In the TELEGRAPH "
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games, refreshments., surgery.Mr. Friends of Mrs. Carlton Fair; Beauty p.m. at the club house. I bring results. ] c -Ill' ---=--:_ _I. '. = -

and favors during the party and Mrs. Keith Reeves McManus will regret to learnof .
hours.. and son of Winter Park were the death of her biother- Set _- '111\\ ,11'0.! : _. .. '')\ ': ...... . ',. : ': .Y'--'t'-. JLIL.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Dick White- visiting her parents. Mr. and In-law. Charles F. Casey Of Pageant

man 'and daughter of Ta- Mrs. N. L. Woodburn over Victorville Call on Sunday.Mr. .
ares were Sunday visitors of the weekend. : and Mrs. R. O. Dans- For March 31 .
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Spears. Mrs. J. L. Gentry visited by visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. : ___ ___ __ ....... ........ ......

J Mrs. Jack Deuess of HlaJeah her sister, Mrs. Marion Pen- Dansby in Perry on Sunday.Mr. The annual Northeast Florida ?
spent the weekend with nell and Mrs. Marie McMil: and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Strawberry Queen Beauty 4 reasou
'tier:grandmother, Mrs. Carrie lan In St. Petersburg over the I have had as visitors Mr. and Pagennc, a. ttg-reget/ of the goon ,
"" weekend.Mr" Fair and Na-
D4I.h and- relatives Mrs. Donald' Cooper end sons Bradford County
: : and Mrs. Slit SmithJr. Strawberry. Festival Is
Edward" Reynolds cf Starke of Cocoa over the vrekend. tional
"\\nd\ Mrs. Helen Sante of of New Orleans: l-a. are and James Cooper and children scheduled for Friday March

:.O/'tn..vUlf'/ have been admitted visiting! Mrs. E ith ClvMinn- ol Chlefland on Sunday 31.
to the Starke NurslnsrvJlome. sen and Mr. and Mrs. Smith Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. V. J Entries are now being accepted it's time to
Sr. this week. Speng'er, Mrs. Robert Oreen by the sponsoring Civl- why buy i
Mr. and Mrs Raymond Mrs. E. M. Rich and children and Mrs. Morgan Heath attended tan Club of Starke. Any un
tjBtefanelll and daughter of of Jacksonville were the FFWC district married girl 16 to( 24 years ot

'Ocala will spend the weekend weekend guests of Mr. and four Arts Festival at the age from throughout( North-
Florida is eligible to enter -
with Mr. and MM. Hen- Mrs. Curtis Edwards. Southslde Woman's Club In last
; Stefanelll. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacksonville on Tuesday: the yearly pageant.
ry
Mrs. W A. Stern. Miss P'lelds and family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Sammy War- Reigning Strawberry Glen st. Queen:Mary I

;Xxmlae Stern and Mrs. Paul were visiting his mother ren and son of Atlanta. O" Veda Fish of scholarship 67 Mustang
received :a $500 your
Hutchlrw attended the Jack- Mrs. J. H. Fields on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.! William
unnville Symphony at the W. T. Olll. over the weekend of Jacksonville. In addition !!-
Whlchello of Bollevlell, Mich.re ege
:Civic Auditorium Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wi1- in cash
received $100
.. nJstht., They 'also attended the quests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hams and son were in Way- several she hundred dollars

: Ellsa ser Organ Concert "at E. Firth from Wednesday to cross, Ga. over the weekend and by Starke merchant -
of gifts given
.. the Civic Auditorium Satur- Sunday. visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Charles .

; day night. Mrs.. Dave, Von Houser of MeQualg ... It .... .' > C .lnlng.-.htl'* popularity each u....., I'>'" ? "
: Miss Lillian Stump, chairman the Junior Woman" Club Mr. and Mrs. George .W. the Bradford Fair is an
attended the Arts Festival at l their; year
of the cancer fund drive Brown: were vlslMnn outstanding success for one
for Bradford County attendpd the Southslde Woman's Club son-in-law' and daughter, of rural Florida's smaller

: the American cancer soc- I on Tuesday.Mr. S'Sgt.' and:! Mrs. Norman Rilt- counties.
: lety luncheon-meeting at the and Mrs. L. C. Earlyof : don In Jacksonville last Wed- Plans this year call for a
f Hotel Robert Meyer Tuesday. Anna. Ill. spent the pest nesday. Slt.! Hlg'lon left for theme developed to call attention "J"t.
J Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- "en days with their son-in- service In Vietnam on Sun- to Bradford County's
Daniel of Tallahassee were I law and dniio-hter. Mr. and Hov fully accredited school system
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves. Dr. and Mrs. Terry Fletcher with Us (2 million building -
J Airs.' Ben Rowland. Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of of Gainesville were Sunday program. a d
. Jim Godwin Jr. a senior, 'ti trust Pnl"
Bradford: High School will go guest of Mr. and Mrs.H".bf anl Mrs. Frvin A",'rews. ugilcui.ure and a broaden. '__._ .-. ,. .: .4'Mft' /.
it ,
. Academy >rt Thomas.! the livestock show to I '-w--- -w------- _. ? :
to West Point Military Mr. and Mrs. Brook? Paulk ing of ;
: In New York thl3 weekend I Mrs. J. W. Kllllan of Of Lake City were weekend cover poultry cattle, hogs:. III ''!r'-''' :for .- 'Ytt :- :- 'td' ;

. to take a physical aptlJ !- VTavnMvlilp. N J tude entrance test. at ttlll Wagrnolla Hotel during': Piuiik.! Queen Veda Fish is scheduled i 4I

. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson rt visit to Starke. MJr. and Mrs. V. J. Speniler Lu head n strawberry ;
J of'Millne, 111. are visiting: Local admittances! to Bradford and daughters and Mrs. promotion scheduled Satur
:Mrs Ed Prevail' for three County Hosoltal this Emma' Badman vloltec" Cypress day, March 11, at the Winter 1IAg
J leeks week include: Mrs. Nancy "" Gardens on Sunday. I'ark Shopping Mall.
;Mrs. Paul Raymond Is vise Coleman D. I. Knight, Mrs. Miss Marian Green who
Ming Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez Helen Mersereau. Mrs Lots has completed a four months
: In Boynton Beach. Mr. Bush, Jlmmv Bryant Mrs. course at the Career, AcademyIn Your
Alvarez, who wu hospitalized; O1ajvs Underhill and Orinr3cs Atlanta On hus taken a Open
for a month after a serious Davidson all of FlnrVe: position as dental assistant",
e heart attack, Is convalescing Jim Oran 'f>r of. Wa'do: for Dr. R. C. Thaler, DDS Doors ToSPRING
tit home. Miss Dorothy Alvarez Ralph Tlllls. Miss Jane in Oalnesvllle.

e who spent several Reynolds! and Cornelius su- Mr. and Mrs. George W .....,_,._.Y (Am, rid
weeks with her parents at ter of Keystone Helffhte. Brown were in Umatllla on 1Y r.r

Boynton Beach Is home tore Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Saturday: where Mr. Brown: .
the weekend before returning "!r,'nt Friday to Tuesday in attended the House Committee '67 Mustang Hardtop .' _
I to Boynton Beach. Tampa attending the Florida meeting at the Harry.. By Inviting Over 20,000Prospective ,'
Mrs: Nancy Gunter of Fashion :Mart. They also vlsIted Anna Crippled Children!, Customer To

South Hadley. Mass. Is vlee their son-in-law and Home They spent Eolturda31'nlgM Your Store thru the Advertising
lUng her brother-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.- Den- and Sunday with Mr Columns of The
: aUter. Mrs. Robbie Shaller. nis Williams and daughter In and Mrs. Larry M. Stoner In:
. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sellers Largo Ocala Tri-County Shopper LOWEST PRICES IN -
of Burlington, N. C. were' Mr.. L. P. Doha-ran of Mrs. Avery Wood Jr. of -
NEXT WEEK! You'll be America's No.1 1 Fun Car the onethat's
driving
. weekend guests of Mr. and Savannah Ga. and Mr. and Greenwood S. C. is visiting 1. .
Mrs. Claude Crowson. R. E. Oahngan, of Bluffton: Col. and Mrs. II. !M.\ HatcherJr. NORTH FLORIDA I
million. 2. You'll live
' Mr. and Mrs. 'W. P. Mooty 8. C. will spend the ,veekend THE BRADFORD outsold all Imitators by over a

: afternoon of Miami visitors were of Saturday Mr. and : Powell with Mr.and and John Mrs.Powell.L. O. V COUNTY TELEGRAPH Prices start as low as it up in the all new, longer, sportier Mustang, loaded

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tol-' rv: rorxTY: ..11'DOP rnrniru '
Mrs. Harry Mooty. bert of Lake Cltv :; AND:- POK nnADFoFtDcouNTy Published every Thursdayat with better ideas for 67 3. You'll get the best deal in
were Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews ,
J nor.r 138 W. Call st..
; and family of Galnes- overnl rht guests of their Fn r*.: K..tnt.* of with
north has loaded
Starke, Fla. 82091 town. 4. A rough winter us
on-ln-law and daughter, Mr. ETtfr.: :'* TIKSH.: ,dimamMfso'ii : S up
: .
dUo were Saturday evening : <'i; TO <1'1110:111'1'01111:
I supper guests of Mr. and :Mrs. and Mrs. David Montgomery. All creditors of the estate Second class postage paid 2 290 extra Mustangs that must move now "
Mrs. V. J. Raasdale attended of Kthel I H..IIK, deeea.sd, are- I .
e Oarl Mathews. at Starke. Fla. .
a ministers' wives her.*hy notified and roqulrnil ....."..".
to file any olulnm o-r demandrwhich I
luncheon meeting In Fort they may have against. Subscription Rate.: ,
ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH White last Thursday.Mrs. the said. county estate. Judge In the of office Bradford: o' In trade area: $3.50 per

Starke Robert Nobles of Lake County Florida, In the court- year; $2.00 .Ix monthE. -.
S City spent the weekend with houHfl at Htark. Florida. withIn 1 Visit
flohedule of Lenten fM'nol. her parents Mr. and Mrs. six .al..n..r. months. iron U Matthews editor and Yes, prices on the sporty new t 1 your ,
the date '
of the .Ir t puhlh-a
S Sunday MUM _____9:1.1: m.m.ThnrmUy Charles Darby. Ion of thin notice. Each claim publisher Mustang Hardtop start at an Ford
Mama _____ 6 p.m. or demand. must bo :In writing See J Countryheadquarters
Mrs. Morgan Heath of and must atae the nine: of Outflkle trade area: $4.00 unbelievably low figure. us i ,

e S Saturday YaDee: Penitential Obaer- Fort parents Lauderdale Mr. is and visitingher Mrs. r*>al. dunce of. th and. claimant post office and roes'he address per year: 22.1 irlx month j today for our low prices! high i

e Lenten Devotion, sworn. to by lice) claimant trade-Ins and monthly terms Ito
*) 7 p.m.ConfeMlon Jake Saop. his ar. .nt. or bin attorney, < easy
..._____ 5 p.m. Mrs. Keith Glllinghom and It .will become voW according suit your budget. Get your today!
.
S and _______ -__ 7:30: p.m. daughter. Kathy visited her to lawFebruary
: Holyday Mass ______ 6 p.... mother, Mrs. Ouy Sale, last hot A.: Green. I Ford Dealer's selling price.

ST. WILLIAMS\ CHURCH Friday. of Kxerutrlx Kthel, usaa of .the deoeaactdFlrwt Kntate. 7ot 5
Mrs. ) .
L.
C. Adams and Mrs. Publication on February I
e Key.tope Heightsftondajr
t, liar
Henry Easterllng were In
Maw _____ 11:45: ..m.S Daytona. Beach on Saturday 3-2 4t I.U
Wednesday Mass .. __ 7 pan. visiting. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. a t666
A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYour
: Monday: Devotion &: Sacrifice Watson and relatives. brings results.. -
S of the JkliuM __ 7 p.m. Mr. and, Mrs. Harold Bran-
S Inquiry Cla, ___ 6LS: p.m. han visited Mr. and Mrs. S.
Conf BMtonat Before Devotions E. Branham In PaJatka on \
Holy-ay Ma. a 7 am. Sunday 1
: ELECTED PECK Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and J ..
ST. .MARY'S CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Artford.

Macctonny8ndayZUaa Brown and Monica Jo and I 'I, Union Counties
Tom Rowe of Sanford were YOUR SENATOR
S _____ SO LID.OoatMAloDsI .
:
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert \
206 W. MADISON\ ST. PHONE 9647200d
before Mass Oreen ''and Mrs. Eollne Smithon (JM. Pol. Adv.)I
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Dinner-Dance Baptist Youth her daughter wedding a with their guests the couple:
green two piece knit suit with left on a weddlni; trip to
Will Have Sweetheart
Highlight black accessories and com South Florida after which
Golf TourneyThe Banquet Feb. 16 1 plemented with a white car- they me residing' In Middle-
I nation corsage. burg, The bride traveled In.
,
Starke Oolf &: Country "Stairway to the Stars r Mrs Bradley, mother of an off-white wool !suit with
Club will be the scene of a was the theme used al I the the groom. was attired in a I matching accessories and
GLADYS MOOTT buffet supper and dance this Sweetheart Banquet given' b:y blue two piece knit dress with I complemented by an orange
P1aoae 164-0651 Saturday: night from 7:30: un- i the First Baptist Church las black accessories and with scarf and orange gloves'
... --- til mldnirtit. Thursday night for Youni this! she wore a white The brie:: giaduilerf! from
The affair la planned especially People and Intermediates of tion corsage. carna-I BHS in the Class of 1063 and
for out of town golf the church. I r ri A reception was was employed as secretary at,
I ers who will attend the annual The dining hall was decorated the Starke Woman's Club the University of Florida.
Strawberry Invitational for the occasion with: which wa decorated with *'
r The !groom Is also a graduate ,
I.. Oolf Tournament at the club silver! star hanging/ from the baskets of white gladioli and of BUS and is now man-
I.I starting Friday tnrough ceiling and two colored re.volvlnsi pompoms. The brides table aging a service station in
I I.I t Sunday. However, all mem- Hunts on either side< ., ,.' was covered with n white Mlddlebuig. ..
I bers ere invited to attend the of the room to bring out the : ; .. '' lace cloth over pink and was
t supper and dance. Chairman colors. Down each of the dining -i i I might up at the middle( front Eastern Star

,, But Epps has announced. tables were blue streamers .., "l with a satin bow. CentPiIng
i ., fY4 with white candles and ., the table was the thiee-tler- ..
B. TervUllegar. '
I Cbde ,
Mrs.
.
; The Eastern Star will hold
Jr chairman of entertain", silver stars spaced; at Inter- I .: .. :\1' : + : '.4J. ..: M!: wedding cake placed on a open Installation meeting lan .
,
reflector
ment and decorations will be vals. I :!' and encircled witha
..' .;, : Friday March 3, at 8 p. m.
garland of tulle
served and pink
Jones Dr Jack Barry as
assisted by Mrs. Earl
'.''', 1 ,I".: in the Masonic Hall. New officers -
.. :
I fla Mrs. Loyree Cocomise, and master of ceremonies, and ; r-r' '"'J, ,"-; and white camellias. Miss
p t i 4'k :: \ for 1967-68 will be Installed -
'y t
Martha ?
ranr Sue
Mrs. Charles Schmitt. Magn- I Jim Temple was guest- speaker 1 McCata cut the .
to "I') ,' >,-! :
olia leaves and plum blossoms Oames and skits were .. if wedding cake. I
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\ ..... will be used throughout the conducted by Miss Javne i-' >, ... : \" Mist Lynette Rodd/: and ..,
1rii' .
... ; o e : Mrs.
... Park Cheshler
t> 9 .r.ri clubhouse to create an early I Hardy with the young! people r \ poured
J
:: ; :'i ; 1 '. punch from the two bowls at
IC::t.. :'" spring A buffet atmosphere supper, will be I participating.William George Ministerof ras. \." t t.ll,. > '"' 5e.'_;.Y.tf. '> the punch table which wn YVONNE'SKnitting

-:.-.' .!- --- -- -----r-- served! at 7:30: p. m.. catered Music and Education for C. ,. covered with a white lad Nook

Bennett-Lee 1: Sanders-Lee by Mrs Elizabeth Noetrel. The I the church led the group ,. .4r1'j\ :. '. doth over pInk. The bowlswere Imporhvl|> > l are 1)owestlc.
menu will feature roast beef e singing and also sang two .. encircled with pink and:! YARN
Engagement I Engagement under violet ray carved to i eolos accompanied by Mrs. 1 white camellias.
order by the chef. Charles Francis. Standing in the receiving Five. .. InrtrarllonI.awrenee
Mrs. Earl Bennettof I Mr. and Mr C. E. Sanders The selection of Miss Bev- line were the bride an-1!
Mr. and : of Tables seating ten persons .I McRae _______ n__ ___ ____ _________ (groom their thpbridal Illvd.Kcyntoiie I .
Palatka announce the engagement announce the engagement each will be placed around erly as Queen and parents and .
of their daughter their daughter. Linda Faye, the edge of the ballroom I David Silcox as King climaxed Marilyn Jean McCrary Weds I party. Miss Chmlene IMionin. .lit.

daughter Sylvia Diane to to James T. Lee, son of Mr; each___ centered_____ __ with. ____ an___ arrangement the evening's fes-tivltles. Davis kept the bride' book
n n
Airman 3'c;' Clifford Wayne and Mrs. R L.> Lee Jr.. all of n of spring flowers. After their election, they took Robert R. Bradley, January 28 !I II I After spending some time 1 I

Lee. son of Rev. and Mrs. Starke. Delores Stanton and her I Jane AdamsIs their places on a white I
Walter H. Lee of Starve. Miss Sandgrs : is a BHS musical group, regulars at throne decorated with blue Miss Marlyn Jean bride attended as malt
The bride-elect is a grad- graduate class of 1984 and the Oainesville Country Club PrincessAt and silver stars and sliver I I daughter of Mr Mccrary'l honor and Miss Janet Of\j)
uate of Palatka High School .Is! working for the Board of will entertain with music Sullins Fete cupids. They were crownedby I James N. McCrary McCrary. sister of the bride FRONT END
and attended St. Johns River Instruction.Mr. : suitable for easy listening Lee Darby and Harry became the bride ) served as junior bridesmaid.'

Junior College. Airman Lee is Lre is In the Marine and Ideal for dancing Mrs. Miss Jane Adams, daughterof Hatcher, the former Queen Randall Bradley, son of Mr. Their frowns were fashioned
a graduate of Bradford High Corps, stationed: In Vietnam Terwillegar said. Music will Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adam, and King. and Mrs, R. L.! Bradley of identical to that of the hon
: Dinner was served to the I Lawtey on Saturday. Jan 28 or attendant, except in soft
School and also attended and In expected to be homein begin at 9 p. m.Reservations was elected to serve as Prlni
I 70 guests' Including the at 7 p. m. In the Church of pink They wore Identical hats
SJRJC. He !is presently serv- May. may be madeby cess of the Mardi Gras .n't' I
ing with the U. S. Air Forcein pastor; *and his wife. Rev and Christ in Starke with Brother and curried bouquets tT pink
WedJing plans will be announced calling Mr. Epps, or the Sullins College In Bristol. Va.
Biloxi Mrs. W. A. Hogan; the Sun- Jack Bell of dalner"llle officiating. and white carnations.
Mississippi. later. I Starke Golf &: Country Club. last weekend. I .
The wedding will be an "Reservations are desirable Mlsa Adams, together with day School Superintendentand Little Miss Donna Thorn-
event of Saturday March 11. but are not absolutely other members of ''the Mardi his wife. Mr. and MI's'l. Flanking the attar were ton served<< as flower !Url; and r
at 8 p m. in the PerJel Bap- Elaine Colson I I necessary." Mr. Epps said. Gras court reigned over the Jimmy Crosby, and the two baskets of white gladioliand Rogf Bennett nephew of 98
tist Church in Palatka. The "This Is one of the most Important grand Ball last Saturday night. teachers and workers In the pompoms against a background the groom was ring bearer.
ceremony will be performedby Feted At Shower 'I weekends of the year A graduate oE Bradford. High two departments.The of palms and lightedtapers. The ''bride, given !in. mar- 4

the pastor Rev. Joe Cor- at our club, and we would like School, she Is now serving dinner was prepared riage by her father wore a Includes:
doza. Rev. Lee. father of the The Junior choir of the for every member to participate on the staff'of The Reflector, and served by Mrs. Charles Dearl Bradley attended as white satin gown with fitted
groom will assist. First Christian Church sur- ." Sullins college newspaper, and Hardy and Mrs. Harry Hat- best man, and the ushers bodlre featuring a rounded
All friends and relativesare prised their director Miss Is a member of the Judicial cher, social chairmen!! of the were James A. McCiary and neckline embroidered with Check and correct caster camber. Turning
invited. Elaine Colson bride-elect, Council. church and. their coamittee. Glen Starling. seed pearl and long/ pointed radius and toe in, adjust: !steering mesh,
with a kitchen shower Wed- Mrs. Haynes, Sr. Miss Loraine Davis. served sleeves. The bell-shaped skirt inflate tires to proper pressure.

ColsonSmithEngagement nesday afternoon of last i Is Complimented Madison Street Stork: Shower blue as maid vetvetlne of ,honor street In a sky extended into a chapel 1 train.
week, after choir practice.The length' Her veil of imported silk TERWILLECARMOTORS/
For Mrs. dress with' long sleeves. She
Told lace covered refreshment I Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. was Young People Moody lusion was held in place
valentine 11-1
wore a pink
table was centered witha i pleasantly surprised at a pillbox a puff of lace and tulle
Mrs. Clyde Cotoon announcesthe rolling pin. shaped cake. party on her birthday Satur- Enjoy BanquetA Mrs. Mark Moody wax hon- hat covered with Illusion, and her hair. Her only 1
engagement and approaching ored at a stork shower last carried a pink and white car- was a single strand of
One end 'of the table held the day afternoon given: by Mrs. Valentine banquet, sponsored pearls
: marriage of her daughter punch bowl which held an Haynes Jr.Placed Street Friday: night given by Mrs. nation bouquet. and she carried a cascade! 206 W. MADISON PHONE 961-7200
Maine, to Robert E. Smith by the Madison Alvin Fair Mrs J. G. Jack- 1 Miss Sheryl Ann Ducar of bouquet of white carnations.
ice float wreath decorated at vantage points in ,.
Baptist Training Union, was son, Mrs. Lakeland
Hugh Hutson Mrs.Gerald
lion of Mrs. Kirby Smith of a cousin of the Mrs.
McCrary chose
Hawthorne. with small roses. the party rooms were arrangements held Thursday night of last Baldwin, and Mrs. Owen for

The wedding will take place Mrs. Clyde;: Colson, motherof of azaleas and week In the Sunday school Alvarez Jr. at the home of !

Saturday April 8, at t f.m. the honoree was among narcissi. annex. the latter on Ebylcss High.
at the First Christian Church;: the guests. Seated at the three tables The long banquet table I way.An ;I
with a reception folloryiogJ71). Mrs. E. M. Prevatt and for dessert-bridge were held a garland of greenery arrangement<< of pink and GARDEN CLINICi
., Fellowship Hall. Mrs. L, I* Fullwood, co-spon- eleven close friends of the ,down the length. Interspersedwith blue flowers were used In a
red camellias, mums and miniature cradle the coffee
All friends and relatived are sors, were hostesses. honoree on
invited to attend. red candles. Valentines and table! and a stork wan placed

,spring flowers, were used inaecoiating. on the, television. The refreshment i 1p AND SATURDAY FEB. 24 25
;: table was covered witha ,
UNHEARD OFVALUES The theme for the banquetwas blue' organdy cloth over white
r
The Values] able""Styles.food was" and served."Fash Jimmy on- satin arrangement and centered of pink with and blue ail : Come in and meet our staff of Problem Solvers!

Are Here! Lawson served as master of.( pompoms and narclnsl. Flunk I II
ceremonies and Rev F. L, ing the center piece were silver II I I
SHOP TODAY Rowan gave the Invocation.Mrs. candle holders with pink Let us help you find a successful -
COME; ON W. B. Mundy. the guest candles. Mrs.: Hutson presided PEST CONTROL FERTILIZER S PLANTS solution:' to your
DON'T WAIT speaker talked on "Settingthe at the punch bowl.
problems.'
OUT NOW! 1 Style as a Christian.!' Games were played during
after which games and songs the evening o and prizes awarded -
to'Mrs. Moody, Miss Carol ,WHILE THEY LAST!
were enjoyed by the 40
FINAL CLEARANCE ON FALL AND WINTER young people attending. Farr, and !Mrs. Donald Ram i iI


'ltEMS -- THIS WEEK-END ONLY. Buffet'Supper sey.The R. A. 24 Colson guests, mother included of Mrs the I AZALEAS BOXWOOD

At Hatcher HomeMrs. honoree, Mrs. Rachel Hodge,
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY mother-in-law, of the honoree,
Gladys Hatcher and Mrs. Roy Taylor, and Mrs. '
Mrs. H. M. H-itchcr Jr., entertaIned Marvin Hedge of Jacksonville,
Ladies Stretch Entire StockLADIES Girls; Sleep Wear at a buffet upper and Mrs Earl Moody of Palatka. 8 INCH .

SLIM JIMS and four tables of bridge last : i BLOOM34c 29C
GOWNSAND Friday night at the homo of

ENTIRE STOCK I PJ's the latter on E. Call Street Shower Given 12" 98c EACH
of sweet pea,
Arrangements
RES S E S narcissi, and camellia! were For Mrs. Norman EACH 1I\IlTEU: SUPPLY(
$$40QcIID used In decorating for the
$10Q" I' icranlon. Mrs Jamra Norman' a recent -
After several progression of bride, was honored witha Comet'
bridge, four 'prizes were shower given by Mrs Carl CALADIUM
Ladies Children; awarded. Norman and Mrs. William LEAF RAKE
TO LADIES drlffla In the hospitality ROSES S E S $1

TENNIS SHOES l2 2 5 SHOE BARGAIN Linen Shower Church room of of the Lawtey First last Baptist Sat- BULBS "T'1 : ,' Supply Limited.:: 790ea.

SPECIAL TABLE For Mrs. Syfrett urday night.
SALE 88 Games were enjoyed, with' 69 FEED YOUR
Over 100 Mrs. Oary Keith Syfrett a Mrs. Allen ,Wainwright> winning DOZEN
PAIR LADIESSWEATERS Pair To $1 00 recent bride, was honored at the prize. The door prize MANY VARIETIES

ChooseFrom i linen shower( last Thursday wu awarded to Miss Enza ROSES .
IVIens Lone Sleeve PAIR night given by Mr,. O. L. Blanchard. ,",," ,,I
stock Haynes Jr. at her home on Refreshments of punch and ORTHOCHLORDANE "Kill Your Bugs"with
Entire button Martin street.Arrangements. cake were served to 23 guests
Sport Shirts fronts Poor: Boys Entire Stock of spring attending. ORTHO .

PUIl- \'ers Otlons flowers with narcissi and 08THO'Systemic"

ENTIRE STOCK Nylons! Mohair Boys Long Sleeve azaleas predominating were Beta Sigma Phi DUSt: GROLiquid
used In decorating. The 'refreshment I .
Reg. Sport Many table covered witha Gamma Theta. Chapter of Fertilizer
Style Ponderosa $2.00 Sport Shirts t white cutwork cloth; held Beta Sigma Phl'111. hold Its

an arrangement of whitesnapdl'8.l0nll annual Rush Party Monday 5 LB. BAG, 1 Gal. '
00 GIRLS / and pompoms at evening Feb. 27, at 8 p. m., 4.98 Rose and 'I
$ SW'EA.T'ERSE"ntire one end of the. table and a at the Stark pp>-reatlon J
For S' crystal punch bowl at the Center on Pratt Street 49 C 2nd Gal. .01 Flower Care
Stock
2 other end.Games A chili supper will be served 1
2 were played during during the evenlnj. 2 Gals for 499 :' 5-Lb. Shaker Can
$ Ii'EACH the evening and prize were i

EACH awarded to the vrinne/8. UDC To MeetThe FARMSUPPLIES $
W $298
Among the IS guests were Gal. 3.98
ORTHO -
Mrs. A. J. Barry. mother" of W. T. Weeks chapter
GIRLS the honoree her grandmother, UDC will meet Wednesday
Ladies Rayon Acetate Dresses and Entire Stock Mrs. Fritz Kramer and Mrs. March 1, at*3 p.m. at the I GREEHOL" 2 Gals for 1.00 :

GOWNS JR. BOYS I Eunice Syfrett (of Oaluesvllle, Holiday Inn.Open I Gro-Tone
Sportswear Sets her mother-ln-la.w. I
A Variety of Colors SWEATERSoo Mrs. Haynes presented the Seeds LIQUID 2 Gala for /198 Fertilizers

Slim Jims Skirts honoree with a set of towels Your : IRON :
Crowder Pea Garden Tools
$ oo as a memento of the occas
S 31 LEACH 8 8 $2.00ENTIRE 2 EACH I ion. Doors ToSPRING Butter Beans"J* Pets


STOCK Altar SocietySt. I Sweet Corn :Pet's Supplies
f.
HENS '
I LADIES I Fall Prints & Watermelons Plants
Edward's Altar Societywill
I
i DICKIESAssorted meet Wednesday, March I Collard Greens ? a Planters
SKIRTS Gingham MaterialRemnants eo
1. at 7:30: p. m. In the Pariah By Inviting Over 20,000 I :Feeds 1"
Colors GV Flower Seeds
Hall. Members are reminded Prospective Customer To I

10 to bring their comfort bags Your Store thru the Ad.! Fertilizers AND Toro LawnMowers
88 $$200 Half 1 for the Lake City VA HospitaL irertiainff Colunms of The I \

EACH Reg: Price Inch rrt-County Shopper .1 Insecttdes :HMICAL co.

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an extended 111na. son-Hayes Funeral Horn of Chamber has. That la to work Regional Library First Baptist, eral! before the U. S. Supreme Testament," more than a mil =rarer- -
Chas. R. Oakes
toward a better economic ao- Court. lion copies of which have been
Mr. Oakes was a native of Gainesville In charge of ar- Your
I Service Held Manchester, Tana and moved I I rangements. clal and political atmospherefor Advisory Board Revival ,Will Just before severing: all other distributed In prisons other Open
to Starke In 1947 from Mash, our entire county. I challenge ties and becoming a full time Institutions and churches.
In Gainesville villa. He was sales representative -: anyone who claims otherWise Met Sunday Start SundayClifton evangelist In 1949, !Mr. Bran- Mrs. Brannon will accom- Doors ToSPRING

for General Shoe non was secretary and legal pany her husband, and will
I Assignments to standing Brannon, evangelist at 'the service on Satur-
and formerly The financed and budget of counsel for R. Q. LeTourneau speak
Company was I committees for 1967 were madeat of Longview Texas, will conduct March 4. She will
day night.
of The Shoe Rack the Chamber of Commerce is Inc. and related firms. Within -
co-owner .
I a meeting of the! Santa Fe revival services In the as to her own personal
knowledge. A two weeks after this decision testify
Starke. For the common copy
r In past year I Church of Starke.
First
Library Advisory Baptist
rY and a half ho had lived in of the budget and expenditures Regional he was booked for revival struggle in accepting God'scall
and
: 26 continuing
Board( held Sunday at the starting February
I for "two solid of her husband to evangelism -
Gainesville where he was a are given anyone who requests Sunday, March meetings By. Inviting Over 20,000
Starke 'Public Library. through
Instead of law and
member of the Westslda Baptist -I February 21, 1967 them. Monies are expended: to years and has remained book- I Customer-' To'
Those appointed Were: FInance 5. Prospective
finance the outlined ed solid ever since. He has politics/ rwtolch will !be one of
Church. Dear Gene: goals 'Mrs. Julia Malnes, :Before entering the field of conducted campaigns In. most the Highlights of the revival. Your Store thru.the Ach .
Surviving: are his wifA'n, Jill Thank goodness for a community above. It would be Impossible I
chairman; W. N. Barry, Jr., evangelism Mr. Brannon was The are originallyfrom ) ) TheTriCountY'Shoppu'1t
; vertfslngColunmsjof
Branmjns
to of of the CO states, and In many ,
Oakes Gainesville daughter citizens improve any segment
; one composed of
Mrs. H. C. RItch, Francis B. I a lawyer, handling many important
he from Fitzgerald
countries. Georgia, :.
Mrs, Bobble Pat ray, Hunts who care! I refer to the let our community without being Mrs. A. Including sev- foreign
,Watson. Personnel: cases, from Atlanta.
and she
,
villa Ala.; his parents, Mr. ter written you by Mr. Bryan an advantage 'to every citizen chairman i Among Mr. Brannon's other NEXT WEEKf ;.
Russell Norman, ...
; now make their home in
They
and (Mrs. Robert E. Oakes, last week. The problem with of our community. Further, Mrs. -Ida ,Mrs. Mar- achievements Is the productionof .. "
Crenap,
Nashville, Tenn.; two brothers moat communities today !is anyone interested in Chamber Miss man.Completion his "Soul Winner's New Texa, t. -- !! -- _.. ..
C. Rlherd.
tha Planning:
of the new
date
1 AI A. V Oakes, and Eldon that there la too much paaslvtsm affairs would be welcome to ..
Florence chairman_
Jennings ; Fe
for the Santa
bookmobile
Oakes both of Nashville two and it does visit with the office, officer
; me goodto any .
.
H. O. Enwall, Sophia J Riv- Is scheduled for April i ;
Region
I sisters Mrs. Beatrice Acree, realize that we have interested or the executive vice.
and Promotion:
ers. Program
i and Miss Elizabeth Oakes, citizens.I president and observe their S. Now ,at. BLADE'STHERE'S
Mike .
E. G. Cann chairman; Daane reminded the I '
:Miss (
I also of Nashville; and one 'would like to point out work. Mrs. ,
Bliziotes, Mrs. Crawford
grandchild. that the Chamber of Commerce The Board of Directors of group of the Florida Library
I AMAGIC
Mrs. J. W. NEW
I M. W. Cresaler, Association Convention to beheld
Funeral held the Chamber of Commerce ,
citizen
\ services were accepts any aa a mem- Mrs. -
KlnCaid.! J. W. O'Steen, Roosevelt HotelIn
at the
at 2 p.m. Thursday in the ber for $13.00.: This member feels C. A. Pound.
Westsldo Baptist Church with ship grants a vote and a voicein chief and city clerk Is the of Mrs Jacksonville, March 9-10.

I Rev. Jack A. Shaw officiating the Chamber. We welcomeand best system. It places qualifications I Martha The appointment!!Minx and Miss Beth The next regular will meeting held at CHEF! .

Charles Robert oakes, 60, assisted by Rev. Felder A., encourage anyone to join above personality, Daane to serve as executive of the group be
14 In !the
of Gainesville, formerly of Rowan of Starke. Interment with us !in building for a bet- and quality performance above. director of National Library 3 p.m. on May

I Stark, died Monday In Ala- was in Crosby Lake Ceme-I ter community. political pressures and still Week for Bradford and Ala- Gainesville Public Library.A GAS ,RANGE

chua.: General Hospital after tery, Starke. with Jon<>s- John- This Is the only goal theSAVEjvfyour leaves the right to the voters chua Counties respectively was
via the city council. To my
knowledge, at this) .time, there announced /toy the state chair-! Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH TO FIT YOUR OUDCET: :'
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are three elected clerks: .and brine results.
--- --- ---- -
police chiefs In the state of: --- ) I ,\
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#1.1! Florida. Others, then, must' S Seated Ov fi Window and light.

.wit share our view. \ Fluorescent' Bacfcguard Light Clock,
1MlBryan! labeled the moveas Introducing a NeighborBILL O 4A wittl1.hourTimer. Small Appliance
a power grab. I respect Mr
Outlet Red Wheel Lo-Temp Ovals
Bryan's right to disagree, I POWELLPHONE t YOUR
Control Roll-Out Smokeless Broiler
I,' '
do not however question hU ''Ji't
964-6464 Removable 2-piece Broiler Pan
motives as to why he d1 -
MADISON ST. RANGE Door Seal Removes for CleaningNothing ..
00 agrees. .That la his right and 404 W.
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privilege, ...but I do regret that I-'
0 he questions the' chamber's '.. .Appointed recently as IS Down

00a motive and does BO without A Nationwide Insurance ,

o fact or reason. In other words agent In your community, : ut WORTH $10 A MONTH
I would for Mr.
... fight Bryan's you'll' find him good ES&JBL..B&'
right to his opinion but feel a man MORE

.er just as strongly against unfair to know. He is highly trained to serve your .Red Wheel/Lo-Temp Oven Con-

opinion used to advance every Insurance need Including Auto Fire, NOW DURING ca9 trol High Perfomisnce Burner

this right. He has unjustly Life, Health-all through one organization- ; = -= a Removable floor' Seal a Roll-/
labeled the Chamber.
May I say that the Chamber l- Nationwide. He may save you many important THIS Out Smokeless 2 Broiler Removable
-piece Broiler Pan No-
"" !la a group of individuals dollani fa the process,too. Drip Top

composed women sharing of many an. honest men and Interest He would appreciate the opportunity to prove RANGE -'i Down
'I PURPOSE Nothing
:, SPECIAL
f
in our community. They hoW he And Nationwide can serve you best.

..., give freely of their time and Give him a call. You'll be glad you did.ffATIONWIDE A MONTHApplialluos
.. I money for nothing in return SAMPS: : $10
but knowing -they have served
:' : Vacation new car : their community.It w .

> ( Is Interesting to note that ......+................
down payment on a home -l Mr. Bryan points out the I ATI0NWIDE

name calling, of people who

what do you want? Save_for,, were were members against the of the Corp.Chamber There Slade Gas &

who were severely criticizedand MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
it atSavings slandered because they NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY

were for the Corp. So, radical NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY .
appear on both sides of most Home Office, Columbus, Ohio 332 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 961-7701 :

questions. I
I guess what I am saying Is -- ---.

and Loan Association that !we should all respect each !I. J

Q other. Motives can not be sec I
ond guessed and conjectureand

7 OF STARKE misguided opinions help
1N no one. Whaf does help Is CHAIRS
: 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 mature mel>and women working
.
together. Honest debate '"i i

-I and differences of Opinion ..- .
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made our country strong but ( ) : :- :a: _
understanding, wisdom and Y t9
Th :
honesty la what made It great C:3i"R ,' .I

Charles Sawyer .', i.iIII i.> s

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February 23, 1967 RECLINERS i >

Dear Mr. Mathews:

from RCA VICTOR Ralph I want P. to Bryan congratulate on his fine Mr. v- ( OUTSTANDING VALUES, Tremendous_ _

letter in the February 16. 1967 Style and Color Selectionsat
Issue of the Bradford County!

Telegraph. Badcocfe/3!
: Every citizen should read

"Scandal. In> The Job Corps"In YOUR Chair Headquarters tile,
the February Readers' Digest
and be thankful that the
Chamber of Commerce was 'v | ( l I') PLATFORM ROCKER ((2)) MODERN PLATFORM ROCKER
in Nylon race Pile, Frieze. PlusCkann.l. Inlaid Foam Back.,.
unsuccessful its
expensive 4
He Trim No-sag Construe SOO9S Solid Walnut. Open. Arm. $OO95 e
efforts to obtain one of these ben Black Cognac, Brown, J.A, Factory. lelect I Hl-Graaa. JLf
schools for our area. Red. end TII"" with Contrasting C.v.... Beige' Coral,, Gold
i It ia shocking to know that Trim. S1.2SAWEIK Turn,. ll.OOOOWN
so much of the taxpayer's J

money is being spent with so ((3)) SCOOP CHAIR ,.

--- little return when the recreation t nrLx, Walnut Plywood .ra...... $1'995C".d }
1 : depal'tment.hools, r. 3" foam. Padded Seats,covered. In rb
and other public agencies t4d ((7)) Iipanded' Vrnelle Plastic.. Avocado $l.t5AWEEK ((4)) 1 .; # y,
v could have made productiveuse y g ; ,Hack' ,Oak,Ivory,Persimmon.. tit /
sow
of the $96,600.
((4)) MODERN TV RECLINER '
Very truly yours *
B. L. Moxley Foam Pillow Back. t'-' $3995'Sh..dd.d
Perm' Seat. No-sag Construction.' y*
1310 Searing Street *iv. Fools an Arms and ......... AH '.
Starke. Florida '. over soft touch Plastic' Cover. TV $S.OO DOWN .w and y 9'i

M S( -' Mechanism. Coral. ,, Black. QoJdf _( ydi,
h Ty",. ,
New Gulf StationOn s i f
,* ((3)) HI-BACK TV RECLINER $
r 9 North Temple tp of Glove Soft..pan.....PlasMs CevaV.Shredded 5 995'
)f .. Form Pillow Back roans
? Will Be City's 34thStarke'a .. .
1 an Peotrast and Arms $1!.50 A WIlIC
1 /1 H r !. Brown,Gold, Olive. ;Turq.o .
nF S4tH service station
-
((6)) SWIVEL ROCKER
yg be on .
a will soon opened 10OH Nylon. Pace.......Pile.. Cover OIK
the property adjacent to the LOW Combinatlan" Caver with ....oIe $ 095| ;
I / .N.. _? Holiday Inn on, North? Temple Trim. Reversible T ham Cushion EASY
Avenue. DOWN Foam ..... "''go. ....... Brawn,
I, It Is owned toy the Gulf [PAYMENTS G..l4.Turui'. 9I.3S A WEEK, TERMS, ,n ,
1,' ...... and lIon land .r.
/rr Oil Company ? ((7)) PLATfORM lOCKER x
n The 01f I purchased from -the Holiday 100" Nylon Face heavyvE ro In -

,. / Srl ractsnvdor.-e1Hy4sle,4lay ., pktule.. Inn. No operator has as yet E'm. Seat Cushier Shredded. $3995 A.qi i
!: been named for the new station. Foam and Kapak. Pillow ?"'.k. f N
.h' J.. 1 l Upholstered. Flat T.p Open. Arme.j *' f. I
,
_4.o; I > \ Beige,Brawn,Red.,GoM,Turq. $1.00 DRUVIRS r"
,: For Color,;io roe' you'li think you are. ,there. ,you'll!.Wart (fhf fs I
I "
,: mesur-erafted lowboy. Rectangular *!CA Ht-Ute tub with I Recent Births f I II BADCOCK'S'., i '

; Perms-Chroma- for (ockad-tn color fldillry.. Powerful 25000., Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Watterson .f MULTICARLOADand > (3)( ) %'! v
.1i, TRUCK LOAD ;
II volt chassis.New Vista VHF,Solid State UHF tun.....Mora. color announce the adoptionof ( L
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I a daughter/ Marcia Lynne kf N M' + CONTRACTPURCHASES r .
than- ever thl.. lar-and you'll enjoy] .jt t mora CNI RCA Vktoi. born Feb. 13. }t "a 4 J .,,+,e, r
n1.
.I: i MEAN. ..
John ,
Mr. and Mrs.\ Benny

I Sapp, Starke. announce the .LOWER PRICES, y' + )"i" '
': FREE DELIVERY FREE INSTALLATIONUP birth of a, daughter, Klmberly -
ON CHAIRS
Ann on Feb. 17 in St. :

.. TO 3 YEARS TO PAY Vincent's Hospital I


WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS Mr. and Mrs. I*. L Had- SAVE L rZ ,

dock of Honolulu) Hawaii an- $10. To$30.
'
u
nounce the birth, of a. son on 03KIQWEST
Feb. 20. Maternal grandparents ON YOUR CHOICE

; are Mr. and Mrs. H. :B.

: Winkler Ellectric Ine. i EasterUnr of-Lake Bedford. PRICES TvSEt>


Mr. and Mrs. WlUord Earl

McCraney. of Lawtey an-
nounce the birth of a daughter 128 S. ,WALNUT, PHONE 964-5289 HERMAN WILLIS, Owner

-231 N..TEMPLEAVE.., PHONE -961-7596 j Dollle Edoura on Feb.' ]Bin .
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I i For SaleI In Orange ParkTired I 1- ', r".....,'1t', ... .'' i.,. .; I I It. Strawberry Invitational Golf

12 4-H Stcors Set I i, !t. ] .t. ": .' '' ; ro" ,: a I

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,.''' ''- Twelve Bradford FFA and ,. This Weekend
For
\,.,,..'. ,t-H member. will enter steers TornadoesSel pt" I Tourney Set ,::

I In the 13th Annual Greater -
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'' $l Gainesville Area Steer Show r r Tho Strike' Jolt .Country\: navo spent lonjf} hours In pll\n.-
1 set next Thursday March 2. n Club; luunchua tm first Annual rued the tournament and l.tCI

r Two eleers will be shown For Tourney Strawberry Invitational Golf! I I 14 hoped that thi Strawberry, ..

nrla by the Stnrke and Bradford 7ri Tournament this weekend: Tnvltartlonal will grow ia popes

I l! "'A FFA' Chapters three by members The Invitational will be pre : ularlty! In future years. U

( t l of >the Bradford FFA Five tired Tornadoes have this season, losing the Florida: I'' p ceded by Pro-Am em Fri r w

sI Chapter and seven by 4-H 'been resting. up thin week to I Star Conference: championship 1 ) day, with the main cvont set
I I Club members points .,, lP', for and Sunday. BHS Golfers :
: ..1.1r dB boffin in the Class A Group to Lake City by fwo tt Saturday =
Two FFA members won IV Tournament in Orange In an' overtime and were be.it-; ,pyia{ r;r4 Tournament Chairmen.. Bill

i ribbons tor their steers in Park's brand-new gym en twice !In the Dunedl Bppa and Bobby MRae are I Bow To GHS Hi:

the show last year. Gene Melvin Just four teams are participating Christmas Clasalti' by defending I expecting from 10 Jp 23.teams h

who will have an entry in the tourney, the state oluunplon Dunedin 78- from surrounding; areas |o 5 Strokes 5:
this won a blue ribbon AA St Peters the Pro-Am Friday. I By
year flnt step on the way to the C6 and by Class > \'. ._. __ pBay In -
In the middle weight division stets championship. Holies l burg Northeast 74-41. So the n ntry fee of $60 per team la

and Cecil Stalnakor, who also of Jacksonville will meol Tornadoes still must prove I apt for the Pro-Am and 915 I Bradford High's golf teaow

w'e b has an entry this year, wona FernancHna Beach at 7 p.m. 'i they can play good ball In Mayor Proclaims FFA Week per player tor the Il1vJtatIGn.aL went down 168-173 to Cla*_

red ribbon in the heavy tomorrow night (Friday) and a .tournament. An additional fluid will be! : AA Gainesville High In thei<.:

Stalnnker. 11yearoldlII Club member, uUI enter weight division Bradford's Tornadoes will take I Bolles' Is. paced by Duncan Mayor: Carl Hiiritt ttlgnn u prwlamiitlon for the City of njrldfxl! to the prliea'' fpr the first match of .the aeison-i.
I FFA members showing Park's Raiders at I, Poatixm who scored a whop .. of America" Week pro Am and Invitational 1 Tuesday In Gainesville. "J
on Orange Stark to pnrtlclpute l > In Future FnrmerH
: Ib. Hereford. |
till 850 steers this year are Melvln con ping 59 points as the Jack through the sale of advertising Bill Adams tIred par.aC,
8:30. The championship
.- Stalnaker, and James Mott teat: between the two winner sonville' five 'ovel'tvlielmoAIIaWwln '. from Feb. 18-25. J..m.IIII.; Bradford Chapter reporter, \ from local merchant for the ToiTiadoea, the besM

r ', hw J JI 4-H Club members who wll will be played at 8 p.m. Satur Po tmlI' Bolles' luokn<< on a" tbe mayor affixes liU, ktgnature. to the document. A buffet dinner will be I round of the- day far altlv, C

I K, show are David Stalnaker, best performer. served Saturday night start team. -
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.. r } Emory. Gary and Walter. Pre both Fernandlna and Orange' aide tor the season may in th playoff ,Negro found dancing, to' music:' furnished 1 bypelorea > Hatcher: .5.. and Mike Mltf

I but Bolles la an give' Bolles some trouble !in for the Tornadoes Stanton and her com'bo chell! 48.
I Ij S vatt, and Blake Hamilton.IN Park twice Starting
will entertaltt'?
the opening gfune it they playas Dead FridayA from<< Gainesville. Tickets The Tornadoes
I j COITOTY .TUDCIR'I I unknown quantity and the will be ,Larry Brown Wayne
e 7 I ll r.. I ( Jl'fi IN AND FOll OIIADFOHD : ; team Coach Warrey Adklnson they did In. tha, Keystone -Mc-LeoJ.- ( Bobby White Paul lire on Bale tor "' ,110 per couple. the Hurricanes In a return

x i I Il ,,! 1'' In re: I5ntat COUNTY' or FIAWUU.V considers the best Fernandlna Conference!Tournament agahist' .\CMcLeod, and Dale Crotiby. r 58-year-old Negro man All member and 'gtleetepre hatch next Tuesday, Feb. 20,'

Y 1 two KIZX.I10 :MeWlliMAMK. Dec went down to the Tornadoes Green Cove Springs, Down 18 Orange Park's new gym. Ad- Identified as Willie McDuffle Invited to .,I1tt nd. DfeM- at the country club. (

I ALI NOTK'K' 1' :_oF ON'PIKHIATMTO '" INTEREST' !: ] 63-37: and 6:).... and Orange points At the lialf the Pirates klnson says, should
/,1; En IN THR 1CSTATK OK SA1I:I Park succumbed 81-30 and 63- came on to, win by a slim much of. an advantage to the the night of Friday, Feb. 1C, Entrants in the Invitational MAYOR IIITIST:;! NAMED |
/ DEC DHJPT: 43. margin I' to the Bradford will- receive two ticket to the
since
/ Vou uie hereby notified; thai hometown team they according I BY CITY LEAGUEMayor .
r' 7e ':M1e a .written Instrument pnrportltntn With their 20-6 record the Orange Park, however has Just received the key to It Bheiiff' Department.Death I Ii }IInn !rliince.. t
r s be the Inet will and texts Tornadoes have probably the beaten Bolles and Coach Adklnson klst'Thursday Dedication cere- i was attributed to I Mia Veda Fish, reigning Carl Hurst of Stark I
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meat of Bald dauedent has hem,I dooa n't !"know what to '' I btrawberry Queen will attend to serve :
beat mark of team goingInto the'new dun has.been appointed
r 1 Ira'yjr iittmlttod Co probate In thl any I rnonles for facility natural causes primarily .
? f I"" ; : court. You are hereby nontnwrnded the group tournament. think of that. But he points are scheduled for Friday to an overdose of moonshine I the dinner-dance and will .also qn the Community Growth
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t i within .Ix (Ial..ndal1010nth. r tired however after' out -.that. the Tornadoes can't Return 10he club- Sunday and Development Committee,
They are evidenceof \
from the dale of tin, sight 'whiskey. There was ?
drat publication of this nwtlc,, playing three games In four afford. to overlook Orange hemorrhaging and vomiting Afternoon to award prizes at of the Florida League of Mujrtctpiilkles -s
I to appear In this court: am I days last weekend Lako Park for Just that reason Sheriff Dolph Reddish I tha conclusion ot, play. for 1WJ7. He will
how onua. If any you can The "Tornadoes ,will go to POINT for the Deputy Fred Glenn club president, late :Mayor Ran ,
why the .a/cUun of thin c..ur'i City lat Friday, Ocala on .THE, nicirr said. I replace the
Cecil Stalnuker, Rrudford FFA Chapter sophomore, "m I In udmlttlnic sold. will to proh" .,: Saturday and Live Oak Moil- Oranga Park early enough \the way you write. Come In found in bed expects about 73 golfers to dal Ohlitty. who formerly
I enter this 030 Ib. JI.m.tord-Angu8: Crowi.James I voked.*r should not stand unr day night.They Friday! to watch, the BollesPeman'dlna and select your favorite E8ITERBROOK .'' McDuffie was at his home at' pliiy> Saturday and 8unday.ile served on this group. L
by neighbors Lt
-,a- Th.ron A. YnuiCOl'NTy I have also suffered game ao, they will fountain )*n. I 111 Rene. 11 Also said that his committees I
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::-Alehln- Ilnulford FFA' Chapter; \>1U enter tliU 751)() (' '.

I Ib. Block Angus' .. &

'. .' r" .-.. Dedicated. o Effective Efficient

TN TAN Cfll'NTY Jt'OOE'C: Oerle I t
I CCJL'flT: IN, AND FOB BKAll.FOHI I'IIK( l>fT NO. .tT.pfflnn i II .,
> I L'\TV.: KLOillD.V.. It..II. Amurlfiin ]A>irlonI'ulMlnur.
'.' StHi-ko -- Clark, Mr.UiMiric ., 1'I
In r. Estate of FAIR
I ..KI.tR: "MrWILiMAM. R'!. Due. inkier; InKimrtor. Mr. HE IS OUR ONE BEST HOPE FOR \ ,
I '. :\00'1''''K: TU> LIIKKiroilN Jnai l>h A. OlHiiy. Mr*. MyltleW. I
All credltnn of'' the tudai nl Junax, Mr*. N. R. Crawford.PHKC'IMJT .
KUil MuWllllaniH" der'eaeed,, : << >,IO.Plencant 3 IMPARTIAL AND FEARLESS REPRESENTATION '
.r. hereby nirtl'K'dnil" i i3ulred I' drove, Bradford Hlirh ." :
to ills soy cluims or Clerk. Alta '
"Nnhnul. Ktnrke -
: : < which: the/ may have, I'o'ltl1I'Hn... ;; Ineyaelurn. Mr. IN THE STATE SENATE.
Kiilnnt Bald Htule In the of- Sally. Crawford, Air.. Nkk Crumby .i
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fknt the county \\AK&\ of Mr. Wllnin Krununberifttr.PIIKCIMT : .
Bradford County, Flurldii, In the. ,
eourthoune at tftarke. ,, FlurlUa,,' VanoVrhllt Horn or NO.Jumra II M. I' When Elected .
within nix calendar month
Nnrnmn S'Rrk. Clerk ,
Kink)
from the date of the firm V> R..tldlih : iniiiivoti
Mr rnon

publication writing place rlaini or or and/dmunil residence of thin moat. notice.moat and.elate be Each post"the III vuret Mr>r ., Lillian Mr NorninnPltKCIMT*. : Uncle Conner, XO.E.Dlrs.Norman.'tRrnn. Dar I JIM' TEMPI.! : OW YOU CAN HELP :

rddrees of the clahnantand
Office Hitch School
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must be vworn to by the Htark..Tlrik.. Mr. U'lUlnm u Pledges to the Citizens of this 7th Senatorial *-" >'r _
his attorney -
claimant bin Kent or Holland: InHiiecttir, Mr.. f'orecinMcN'oal. I
or It will 1 bervme vulJacrordinR Aln. HcrtH Kobiniun.Mr District: .-, ,
February to lath law.1. 1947B :' *. lou1"e IIr..-.tnn. i "". '..I' ",' I

B. ORIDKRKxecutor : Soabonrd, Nittloiiul: 1 Ouiird O Armory I e [PROMPT' ,IMPARTIAL 1 ,

LIN &MuWlllaiiiii.YIEHI'E8x8.6 of the ,]KHtate UecaasedTHO olKlizle ]. sinrkc,... Jr r :;- Inapet'tori Clark. !II.*r,. A.Mrs II.Harle COURTEOUS-EFFICIENT and I# Everyone has friends and ,relatives in the six counties ,
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Stark, Florida l'I.t'I'C'T: B AGGRESSIVE .'. "' comprising the 7th Senatorial Diatrict.Alachua, ;I
23rd day new
Flr t publlfatlun (Jon Keyton. couthalil,") t.a..entary'K"houl. : < '
of February... A. D. U61. Pturkw. -- I'lvrk. Mr. ,
s-aa: 4tm John 13. Hammond' ;, In pet-or: =I'' SERVICE 'Bradford Gilchrist Lafayette and LeVYe It is '' ,
:OTICK: Bra Jo Ella Hiirrty. Mr*. H i l lJ I Dixie, :.*.
Huwell. Mr, John i'. &Ulnip-:
Commlit-.
.The Board of County '
loners of Bradford. County,, ann SrI'llKC'IM'T. I that contact all friends andacquaintances 't'
>O. 10Thrr vitally important you .
;Florida have aeluvted the following .. Club t .. "
pulllnc DIurRolarkr .. u. Community J.f, .. A1s .
a the llouao" Th *r HM Clark, Mrs lUARRIEIJ Lea a .; 1/r/ .
.! Peclal and election In.p.\oO'to\ be held for the on Jfa* il. l urhy. rni;; ftor*, Mr: *. Two Children Utrle, Jimmy '. .j. in these counties during this weekend, asking .
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Mnttlu Nlbtay. Afrs Uoll On.nn.Mra. I
..l-'wbruarv 94, 1987.PRKIIM4T Jorry KodatUPHKflM'T F.UCCATD1i !it. A -
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\"0. II Bradford Junior lllth SchoolPREHIDKNT and JIM TEMPLE for STATE
Lawtey. City trail Uiwtey I'rlnvlpal | II' 011 them to vote support
Hall.
Clerk, lira. Haymond W. Bryant I IInHpeutor I Hampton city HamVWn(9rrk -.V. '', #.. ,, \
tlue I Mr. W. H. Maxwell.: !In- ; "
Thoman. *Mr. Mri.. Uorothy Keailna ti"nn. .tc;,, ..P..to'Ll IIlan Mr*. Hall Glories alts Adklnn.Hell Htarlo Clvltan Club SENATOR Please get on the telephonemail 1 them a
Mr. MarnlK. Sue ttaddlsh.PHBCtC'T ,
AWARD 190A '
Al). 3 Urown .) :
KellY, HecT.atlon Hall LAWtey. PnFrl\rT so. 12 Oiifntunillnfr, CUIznnslilp rt'r:, ?'I'f';", I ; letter drive to them if necessary. Every
LIbrary card or see
Public -
r Stark : or
....,.. Clerk;, Jlr.\ C. F. Carter. In. Lincoln Ity Clark I AI r.JaeDit I CH.VIKMAVnrkxlford .:
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ftpectora.Barbara Mm.J. Jordan flaxen XI Jonu r.. Kath Mrs rrf..jlnk I: In.yerturs, County Children's' Committee. .,,,, ? "',t the difference "
Air Paul Raymond. Mr*. f arlt'lckcrliiB. ", ; additional vote you get' may mean
il. Dyal. na1vFCI.11R.NAN
ryn Mr. lash. Urvadway. ,
rxFrncTn.: a Fair PIIKfl\"CT 1\1 O. in: ATiowvll. 1937 March of Dlmeit ICampulcnllrnilforil .., -
BulialnK.Crawford/ Stark Bradford-County Clark. Mrs. T.Twllle ar Mntnr 8ECKPTAKTnEASUnER; ."' ; F y. : between victory or defeat. Aak them to get another
Nelll I'. (turner I Innpocl'rd.Wr ford). Stark -- Clerk, I'oIr. ( Democratic Executive
Count 7OounlttoB
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Uev.Val- Joitn Prevail : tnnprrtor, Mr* '
:1.le:: Norman
t.r H. Lee, Mrs Sh.ill Had Ix.ri-alnn DIcC',ellan. Mr*. Kth lHoltionrtorr. 'i'i' vote for Temple I by passing the word on to their friends
Mrs Hu.ruh foran.PHBCI MINISTER J' .11\\:

,.--- Uraham. -Brnuirhton'Clark tT 10., Mr 13:Bullilln. Norma BOraham. .. Ordained Baptist Old. Minister .}k.Jat .:'' .I(' and neighbors.' TIME I'IS SHORT ACT NOW' and .

Yean
J. Xefvr> Inapoutor' Mr.
Open Your Lorir MuKlnnav.Klv: I .Mrs r*. 1\1\JanA r.. Bonnl JH. smith.PnFr1a1T L_. ', 1,; {J watch the results next Tuesday, Feb. 28.: .

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Doors ToSPRING 9xmp sun, Ilnmn 'ft Kat Htruth.Stark office)
obtained Telegraph
be at
Clark, Dlra. Franr, ** (cards, letters, etc. may
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Onnaby; 1npaPtor. Mr Uraoo
Jordan: Mr. U.orirla. A. Itay-
burn 'Mr\ *. Mrraret. I. Prvvatt.PHfcClM'T ..
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nrook, Community noun ,

Hroofc In.-.prtor Clurfc*. airs Mn Mailr Thau" :
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By Inviting Over 20,000 Hlrks Mrs Dorl Kelley, Will Win Next Tuesday
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Prospective Customer To Murl. Ken.: r.PHKCINJT. NO. IS B Dirs.I,I II With t Your He.lpJim

Your Store thru the Ad,I N.w. Kl -*r,Clerk MciocJyH:Mr' IiIto*. ,.Ol.

vertising1 Columns of TheTriCotmtyShoppr ,''Andr.w.; tnapoctor. Mr*. N..I j (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

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six: BRADFORD COUNTY ...............0. .........). FLOIUOA TIHTRSDAY" FEB. n181


walked to the Greyhound bus .uptown. of a minor. I sons ale under the Impression TERRY YAWN
but did not constitute for the council at no charge. I
BBS TeacherIs Insubordination.gence On the matterof The bids:! were taken under Temple Bids etaLlon on North Temple Avenue The five were committed to Judge Yawn told the students '- that the resolution adoptedby MARKS MOW FLIGHT
she left near the school. There !Industrial schools, but Judge repeatedly and sternly the council asks that the
absences, she said advisement for that purpose Theron :A. (Terry) Yawn
they met some boys and the Yawn withheld committment that the "consequences will two posts be made appointive
messages that must not have with the bidders to be notified III soloed Monday in a Ta tor.
to Lakein 'the conditions that each bo fast and sure" for violation action without, f
party went Sampson on any by legislative
been delivered.The The entile council will For Senate craft at the Keystone Airport
Dismissed Board deliberated be- consider the engineering re- two cars belonging to two observe a 7 p.m. curfew, at- of the rules he laid ; a vote. under the direction of
of the students. tend classes regularly unless down. He told the students in I The resolution definitely
for Instructor
hind closed doors approxlmatcly Flight Lacy Con-
,LContlnued Frum Pate One 20 minutes before delivering port.Bidders were Columbia:: PavIng [Continued'!' From Page One] Deputy Reddish! testified the Ill, and maintain passing.' the courtroom Tuesday they does call for a specla; election way. He Is the son of County
scout hut had been broken grades.' Failure to observe any were getting their only chanceto to the held on the Issue
Its unanimous verdict Committee. Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn,
Lake Jack Bag-
City
provision of Florida law read by member A. N. IIoll Co.Paving Co. Jacksonville; ; Temple Is secretary of the Into, but he did not know of the three conditions will stay out of jail. I McRae pointed out. .
\ hIch call for principles oftgth gelt .
admitted committal
when. He said the group result In immediate -
the teacher Bradford Democratic
honesty, patriotism, and day, dismissing Vallencourt Paving Co.. Jack- County going into the build the judge told the students Resolution Calls STORY HOUR SINGER ELECTRIC
as of January 26 the date Rollerson Executive Committee, and received -
Con-
virtues sonville, and I
t'tIe practice ot Christian Ing; but said It was'already and their parents. AT TUB LIBRARY
and Starke-Bradforcl
of her suspension -- the (
on the part of classroom other struction Co., Gainesville open. Reddish mid the hut I "Evidently somebody didn't For Election On Sewing Machine In connote -
revocation Chamber of Commerce
touchers.! recommending A representative of the Bag- County was filled mostly with bunk : believe I meant !what I said," "Lemonade Serenade" will cabinet, like new.
Citizenship
: He laid advice was sought teaching certificate tett compan. told the council citation for Outstanding bedj.'! the judge told the students Appointing Clerk be the ,theme for Story Hourat Sews forward and re
address In 1068. He U
rom( the State office of FEA, Miss Vincent's home that a one-inch thick lay- an or- All five of the juveniles In referring to hid!' memorandumof the Starke Public Libraiy verse. All attachment
she lalnecl$ minister and
and
*'nd he was told that the is Jacksonville Beach er of hot asphalt" would be Baptist the hearing Tuesday were already three weeks ago. In that Concerned over reaction' to I this afternoon (Thursday) for making buttonhole,

O'acher had a right to her has a teaching degree, from better that the slag and rock has just fund completed a ruccesH- on 8upenslotrom! / he announced that truancy the City Council's resolution from 3:30: to 4:15.: Children zlg-zagglnjr, and fancy
ful drive
own philosophy but had no Jacksonville University.Generator treatment for which the city's chairman of the an 1987 campaign March school when the Sampson Lake charges would be filed against asking a vote on whether the I ago 6 through 9 are Invited stitch le lgna."" Fully.guaranteed.

tight to in&Mll It In students. oerlfloatlons called at just excursion took place. Severalof students, between 7 and 16 city clerk and police ch'ef I Mrs. Philip Clark will be story << Can best.'n
of I Dimes In Bradford County.
He was advised, however, that. Bids sllirhtly more expense. The Temple In married and has the students said their parents years of age, found away from should be appointed, Caun::> '11- teller. III you? ar u>. Make

Concrete evidence of insubordination council agreed to consider his wo school-age children.He were not aware they school or home during school man Jimmy (CPotllckerl Mc right monthly payment

and/or Immorality I suggestion. were suspended, thinking all hours and a summons Issued Rae wants It clearly understood of $".91 or will discount

would be necessary to supporter Utility Supt. Oscar Davis has pledgeJ to to all give six counties equaiepreaen.tation rh<" while they were In gclool for the parents. He also' warn : that a vote Is called) I THE RIGHT POINT for the for .......h. Write: Credit

,( dismissal if she demanded Are Considered and Englnner Dtn Rrckmmn In the ne.v district If The student said she rode to ed that persons 17 and over for the In the resolution. I the way you write. Come In Manager, 1971 Cove

a hearing said the hot asphalt treat- elected, and feels that his school on the school bus, then would be charged with contributing McRae and Councilman| and select your favorite ES- Drive, Largo, FJ....

Miss Vincent had ''been asked ment was definitely better. many years of teaching experience ,..r.. the campus and waLKed |! to the delinquency I II One Wiggins said many per-. 'IFIUJItOOK fountain pen. I'
k> submit her resignation! in [Continued From Page One 1 but more eX'enslve.: qualify him to deal TELEGRAPH
October but refused and said
{hat she would request a hear- $6,700 is Included In the cur Rurkman also reported that effectively with the serious

If such action were taken, rtnt budget, The new pavtn the city's $20.534 Beware pro- problem now facing our
ing
said. 1s slated In Southgate Gu'jjl ''pct at the Industrial Park on schools.

clerk, Miss Vincent cross-examin vision, 400 feet on Southgat Edwards.' Road is completed. The Seventh District is comprised
In other action, the council of Bradford
Alachua. ,
ed< Clark at length and in her Drive and 600 feet on West
Closing argument denied that ward Ave. which runs per. : Dixie, all christ, Lafayette, and

she was guilty of either InSubordination pendlcular to Southzate Drive Voted to purchase exhlt Levy CountieS.Speeders.
'pace at upcoming; Bradford '
or Immorality. Approximately 3,300 squar

She admitted that her use of feet of repair work \\t' slate< County Fair.
"IS Nightmares" was 'an "In in Saratoga Heights. 80 Agreed that chairman Ruby Draw

discreet choice," but said ''thexge I square feet onVest Cal Johns will be the councU'srepresentative
on the Chamber FOR SALE Household furnishings WANTED Operator for WOULD YOU BELIEVE?
of such word as she Street, 400 square feet on Or. I
Jjad written on the blackboard : ange, and other on Water and! of Commerce Director Jail SentencesContinued .LA"I..JU! AD beginning 8 ajn. un- small beer-sandwich place. Top ONLY $109. 0 for world's'

,! had been approved by I Ida Streets.At Board. HAtt.ltIP til 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25. percentage' or salary paid, also smallest electric adding ma- FRONT ALIGNMENT

jljie U. S. Supreme court when the request of the council One permanent appointment ( from Pane One) til IS w........ ... f I,IH) I Dickens Residence, Route 16, free rental of cabin for yard chine in handsome carryingcase. Latent Precision. Equipment.

'used in context. She said that Ruclcman agreed to have !! to Police Officers Char- I Rilrh word r 11 ..OTUvlrn Hellbronn Springs! 7 miles work. Call 1-6085.. Itp Ad ls, subtracts, multi Factory Trained Mechanic,.
(Her failure/ to submit lesson the highway department 01 Vs Blalock and Harold Crews. battery. otf west of Starke. Itf plies. Totals up to 999,999.99. All Work Guaranteed.
RECOMMENDED! for adults.
Okayed the1! expenditure of Russell Earl reckless .: ........... If .<.( Has credit balance. Terms if This Week '
plana on time might bo negli his firm evaluate the bid Manning pnlil !I. ...|"..... __-2A HASTINGS MATTRESS 1950:\ Chrysler Royal. Guaranteed Special
$800, from funds budgeted driving wilful and wanton. desired. See It now! Bradford
oreviously to- go to the Civil B. A. Sanchez, unlawful, MKMOnMf.S.! RRHOMTIOMDS & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 2 owner. Squeaky clean County Telegraph. tf chg $5.88

.. Defense director's salary to opeed. rBt. pi r ward, ,I 710 Lemon St. Palatka In and out. Top running con- part extra:: If ne..tt"dFIHESTONE
dition. Excellent 2nd car. $250:\
move the CD's city onerated I, IWO defendants! were certified I fARn OK '''U'\J\ KMfU Furniture Repaired
I w.>ril.o. .. lee. S3I.Hih : ( cash Including H yr. tag and
,radio bai' station to the to circuit court for violation Upholstered & Refinished. INSURANCE! 312 W. Madhon
word !"U M') .4)11) title. Phone 984-5539.:\ ItD
EOC building which has the of state liquor laws. Maggie AIATTOCBSES REBUILTNew AT REDUCED RATES

: NAILING DOWN proper protection factor. A I I Toomer Reid Is charged Innersprlngs FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 AUTO, FIRE. BOAT BE SURE TO SEE WORU

larper antenna will I"-: purchased with selling alcoholic beverages YOUR BEST BARGAIN bedroom house In Hampton on DOYLE K.!: CONNER BOOK before buying mop.

MY FUTURE! aid the system will to a minor and posses- ADULT EDUCATION olatUKUl and Box SpringsDrop Florida power. $45 month. Ph. INSURANCE AGENCY jther encyclopedia.! M. Jp.
... otf alcoholic Lii A Card or CliO Payne, your local reprvwnU
ntlll be operated from City .11. beverages Join now Kkanentary: arn 964-6609. After p.m. call UChg
withou.t. a license. James Davis Secondary' Phone 904-609 PALATKA EA 5-9168 468-1668. tfcrg tlve since 19M. Box 63*.'

: fverdollar loved helps to __ Hall.Agreed to go half way on a Sr. Is charged, with possession days; 964-G800 evening tf MRS. lEGGY SIIALtER a Phone 964-6500. tfchg

C build 9 firm foundation/ for a $1515 water bill with Lion's of tax-paid whiskey In a dry 209 E. Adklna St. FOR RENT furnished upstairs I

: secure: and happy tomorrow Club after a faucet burst and county with Intent to sell and Stark. Agent apartment, 3 large rooms I I MARY
selling Intoxicating beverages and bath air conditioned auto- Myers Power Tool]
ran unnoticed. Nation Wide '
in a dry county. I i matic, gas' heat. Washington: ArM Headquarter For -

A preliminary hearing was, Paint Factory NEW FURNISHED I and Grand 5500.: :\ Call Waldo CARTER i Lawnmower PoweTo.sMcCulloch >

lig Turnout set for Jerry Lester Chesser, 341 N. Temple' Ave. 468-1576. Up Chats Saw" "

23, who is free under $1,500 QNE BEDROOM: MOVE TO YOUR LOT. Spa- Pumps-* Water Systems),"
bond on attempted kidnapping Brlgg A: Stratton :
Reg. $1.99 Gal Value clous. 3 BR frame, modern. I < << Encttts
,
charges. He Is charged with APARTMENTS I PAINTSComplete Rentals Sales. ) Sertrta
Seen TuesdayContinued the attempted kidnapping on 3 Gal. For $5.00 : Needs plumbing fixtures. $100 230 N.E. 10th Avs.S74S411.
down. $48 month. $4900 which
January 21 of Odessa Lee BUS! (4inesvill
: TO
: Hamilton of Starke., Reg. $2.J!)!>>> Gal. Value fit\T ls a bargain. Mr. Raymond, I Line

( From Page One) According to the warrant, 4 Gal. For $10.00Reg. Eleyt. Heat and Air Cond. 7203 collect.Florida, Tampa, 239-1161 ltp of ,_ _ tfcn*,.

I ballot. He will compete with Chesser accosted on city $81.00 Per Month "ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO'

!L I the Democratic nominee in the streets the maid employed at $3.99 Gal. Value I' FOR RENT -- Furnished 2 Paintsand : LEARN" Register now. Adult
I IBradl'ord Judge Yawn's home. The ,
Election. Judge
General bedroom house. 749 N. Thomp
I Call Education classes. Elementary
4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER
volunteered to
County has 8.717 relinquish Jurisdiction son. Call 964-7444 or 964-5070.: '"
and Phone
Secondary. 94*
registered Democrats and 77 because of that, but .!MR. MASON ltp I
61)91( day; 964-6800 evenings tf
registered Republicans eligibleto the defedant said it did not
,
vote next Tuesday matter to him, rare of Ernest Tew CARL BEGGS I ,

There's no such thing as "storebought"security Polls open at 7 am. and Sl1ppliesI

when it comes to your future. close at 7 p.m. In the regular 15 Students WEED CUTTINGAll I Realty, Inc. Gulf ServiceUSED NOTIC.1

You've got to "build-U-yourself"! The polling places. Gainesville Ph. 376-6461 PARTS Change of Address
Types Top Prices for Wrecked' rare For All Purposes
dollars you save lay the cornerstone of Arrested RHODEN'SBOOKKEEPING

financial security. So ,make a habit of I Bulldozer & 2906 N. W. 13th St. 24 Hour Wrecker Service AND TAX

[Continued Prom Page One] ... Fuel Oil ...
saving regularly! here. Your deposits plus House of CarpetsQuality I Drag Line Work SERVICE

C our interest add up quicker than you Earl H. Nichols. AA8 Si II Green Stumps ZIPPERS
at Budget CourfltreeL
Carpets 301 N. Waldo !mow located at 118 H.
think. Prka' Those arrests stemmed from J. C. Gardner Hwy. I 1st door' back ,'atKolh

.. ,;; Expert: 'Installation In Starke the same Incidents in which PHONE 964-7720 I ONE STOP 468-1998 7 & 10 In. lOc Drug. Phone 964-6537,

: : The Community State BankOF 534 Area N.:at Mairtiiisvi1le No-'Bra'Charge' seven Two juveniles of the 13 were warrants Involved.had WANTED Waitresses apply 14 In. .. 15c : tfehgUSED

378-1398: i iA not been served Wednesday KNAPP: SHOE COUN&ELOR MASONRYMATERIALS i il' in person. Lee's Restaurant j 22 In. . 25c

afternoon. for this area l is E. M,,,Norton, end Drive In. tfcnj VACUUM cleaners '.reconditioned .-
STARKE Moat of the arrests were write Rt1. $15 10 different
p' Ph. 533-2081 or up.
: MEMIJERF.D.I.C. -- the.. ll-Lfc made at the Boy Scout Campon Pox 334 St rke. FU. 32091. l'' Announcing opening of new MARRIED COUPLES WANT- name brands to choose front.

I ,Clasttlfled Ail In I II Sampson Lake, a heavily Work Shoe Sale. Jan. 15 to plumbing firm In Keystone ED for cottage parent work, Parts & excellent repairs all
I GRAPH bring* results.RE wooded area, last Friday, Feb. makes. KIRBY BALES .A
C 31. 3trhg 2'fl: Heights.' New plumbing' and couples start at $445 per mo.
,. 17, by 'Deputy Retldlsh. One ; Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete I
repairs to your door. electric Minimum education 9, age 21 SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville
girl testified she and several Block, Rand Rock, '
and ink! cleaning: 5 day week. In general 376-7110. tfchg
FOR RENT Furnished ft' newer! plus.
companions left the the BUS Cement, Mortar, Steel Oyster i
drain line cleaning. Harry H. married couples work same
I 1 campus about 9 a.m. and flclency apartment' with bedroom !SJwOJ. LImerork. Roof
.. I Goodwin, owner and president shift, Qualified single persons
H ELECT i4i Tt nn r Ants! Phone Gravel, Preeat. LJnteU and '
964-6279 383 Washington Window Sills. Everything Phone> 473-4416. Rt. 1 Box also accepted. If interested apply The Rancher
= St. tfchg 29O Keystone Heights. tfchg in person. Personnel Of.
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for JCun..tru..tlln.ANNOUNCING
; EUGENE F. (GENE) Almonry ( fice, Sunland Training Center, ,
12 Wides. FOR SALE -2 bedroom house MALE A: F&MALE-ASSEM. Gainesville. 4tchg 3.2 Inc.Western.

I, &: lot in Hampton or will move BIL.Y 'and TESfTS (openings.

to any other area. Priced for Basic electronics or electricityor 0 Wear
Custom Made quick tiale. Phone Gainesville A New repair of electrical appliances TilE RIGHT POINT for th

; For Florida Living 376-4227. 2tp 2-8 or similar work will be the way you write. Come Ir Guns
SHAW I Ready Mix Plant considered. Starting rate will and select your favorite ES-

Get MoreI atKeystone depend on qualifications. Excellent TFRBROOK fountain pen. O Livestock

., I I YOU For Your $ $ George E. LaRue Heights condition benefits Dally and interviews working 8 TELEGRAPH. Supplies
I
I INSURANCE AGENCY SPERRY Electronics THE RIGHT POINT for th
No Salaried am. to 4
or Commissioned p.m. Saddlery
: State Representative 1 EmployeesDAD Where Medicare !Stops, For Better Service To Tube Division. SPERRY the way you write. Come Ir

WE START I That Are RAND Corp., Gainesville, Fla. and select your favorite ES FREELAND DROWN

: DISTRICT 16 W & BRAD.LARSEN Low Cost Medicare, Plus An equal opportunity employ. TERBROOK fountain pen. .
LIKE TO WORKYOU I'rotwtlnn A_ Low As We Will Not He I er. Stchg 2-23 I TELEGRAPh Manager6th

Bradford Columbia fOfl A Year Undersold.
Baker Clay Street
Auto Fire Home Owners
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Union Benefit! NEW MOBILE! home Chick
: Nassau and Counties
Life Accident
Bradford Lawn MowerREPAIR asha 20' &: 24'' wide Buddy Near Livestock Market
... Kevntone IfalrhU 473-4693
I II Clomaon.' Layton Travel Trailers -
,
I AH Sizes jn Display I Azalea Gainesville. 376.4595'NELL'S
I I SERVICEMinor Liberty Taylor,
8-10-12 Wide HAY FOR; SALE and PenuI Tuo -up or Over. buy. sell, trade. Year bank flmincing1. '

:{ Qualified: I \Vi Baths I cola grass seed. Wade Oas EngineeringCo. haul. New YVherlH, Controls '. Buckeye Trailer Mart, STYLE SHOP IHJway

'" and Expandable) I kins, 964-8130. tfchg etc.Ve SLiNg Have Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd 21, .CMelroae>)> is proud to announce

;[ Presently serving in House of Repi' ntativea. I lick-up and Delivery :Serv Orange Park 264-2131. tfchg that Mary Hers/

EUNICE NURSERY ice now working: with us, and,will

New and Used Pecan Fruit, Citrus tree. and: CALL, REPOSSESSED Baldwin welcome her friends to, cpnle

:": Fourth I Ornamental shrubs. Azaleas' Phone Starke Piano. Also reposisessed Or I in and visit. 4tebl'2S'
:. 8Yr. I FIRESTONE647S92
financing availableUse 110C up. Camellias 75c. Bare gan. Llpham Music Co '
: : Generation resident of this House District. root and container grown. Petunia 964.5403 Gainesville' Shopping Ctr. IK FOR.( SALE 3 bedroom 2
312 W. :Madison bath brick home central heat
Our Rental-Pur 79c doe 2 miles Northof S. W. 10th Ave. 4tchg 223|
chase Lawtey on 301. Turn westat Keystone Ready Starke Flu. tf and air conditioning'; including -

lllanPaymentsUnder sign. Phone. 782-3483.: : I Mix :' drapes and plush carpet-
: Graduate $50 Per Month 4tchg 3-2 473-4285 EMPLOYMENT: Foreman on WORLD'S SMALLEST electric. Ing:'; located at 128 Parker
small ranch. New CB house adding machine: adds, subtracts Street. Assume! mortgage' existing

: : Of the University of Florida'with degrees in Agri LOT for sale, 1 OOX 1 00. Pay Keystone I furnished. Must be capable of I multiplies; has credi plus cash: total price

only $15.47 down, and' 113.47 cattle management and have balance. Only 1109,BO Brad. $22,000. Call R. A. Green Jr.

: ; culture and Law. : mwiMobile I for 59 more months, city GROCERY STORE with living knowledge of farm machinery. ford County Telegraph tl at 37 -2 98, Gainesville for

i water. Write ''IC'', P. O. Drawer quartan. Stock and fixtures A good opportunity for the ippolntment to see. (After S,

A. Starke, 32091., 4tp 3-9 $3,000. Bulldln,&' for sale right person. Phone Melrose, LOST OR STRAYED Black phone 376-9664)>)> 4tchg 3-9
Home SitesAVAILABLE
ActiveIn I or rent. Good term Williams Fla. 479-5S61 for interview. one eyed Pekingese male
LARGE LOT at Lake George 2-23
Hampton. 4tp 2-23 Stchg Please call 964-5024. Itchg
:: Baptist Church and civic affairs. priced for quick sale David Grocery Vo. 497 NI...,.. completely

.. .. Full Lake Privileges God Cy. 113 S. Bay, Stark. FOR Rone a"d 2 be-1-' LACY CONWAY FOUR 2 month old puppies furnished, Z bedroom bun.fslovr .-
Homestead Exempt, 1tI FLYING SERVICE all utilities, approximately -
room apartments furnished or need good home. Will deliver.
.
:; KEEP DEMOCRACY WORKING.'Yote, .. Financing WANTED I 11!, unfurnished Reasonable. W. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplans Call 964- :>68. ltchg 1 acre,' shade treeS

:: I .. ,roO SOMEONE to assume payments !J. Nollman 510 N. Cherry S3tfchr. rentals., Greyhound Bus In town. Umtorprteed- a.
Charter. Keep your party together For Sale- HOUSE AND 17,100.
:. KEEP ';YOUR STATE Lake Geneva on. SINGER AUTOMATIC charter a bus. Phone '
FURNITURE. 210 N. Cherry N.... 476 Cattle and Tim.
CONSOLE MODEL FARM FOR SALE 86 acres 864-6090. tfchg' 964-7271. tfchg betRanch: at 200 acres 1M
; EUGENE REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT SEWING :MACHINE. Do S all 100 West. R. F. Mer-
Hwy. acres In Improved pasture
5H A W Trailer SalesOu design stitches buttonholes, CENTRAL HOUSE AND LOT,
: rttt 496-4267, Lake Butler For Sale- 70 'U'.... wooded. Taaant
P. sews on buttons, .monograms, EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Starke -
Fla after 8 2tp 2-23 321 W Madison near
p.m. Call for and
S hon prices
", Sold ,4 339. .
Route LOG, One HUe SB appliques, etc. for 118 S. COURT Plaza. 964-7271 tfchg .
: (GENE) ]16 Keystone ll lf Ms Balance $68 at $8 per,month. Looking/; for a job? Do we term ,
.. REALTY
Call Credit Manager'Jacksonville Adjustable Book have application & new FOR SALE Take up payments 8TROUT .
Sun. & Evening Vinyl
Open COLLECT 353-1943. Noobligation. : phone number If not. contact. on 1965, 12'xso': Star fliT N. Temple Ave:. Stark.
Will ,deliver. Covers. All site* 30 cents ea. our offltla Mobile Home. Call 984-672\ m. ((9O4)) 964-6609. Fr. Local
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STAJIKB, FLOHIDA THURSDAY. FEB.; 23, tK7!)

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Parents UrgedTo '. ',.

Berkeley, Yes -- BHS No! G. T. Hugfflns
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Tuesday night's decision by the the loss of which now threatens y tY V I ."".

Bradford !County School Board to its very existence. It is hard Action '1 ''So
Is It advertising or publicity be the indication of whitish
dismiss a teacher charged with enough, we say without having : that lets people know legless grubs that feed In
gloss insubordination and vulgarity and obscenity fed to : ,
expounding To all Parents: where you are and what you the fruit.

: principles "not in keep- them in the high school class/ Do: you have children under have that they might want? This Is one of the leading

ing with the Christian ethics of 21 years of age? Anyway, the name causes for young plums and

the community" should be applauded room.Whether or not a certain four Do you love "them and want -.-- "STARKE" In Bradford peaches to drop. Nearly ma-

'by citizens at large and letter word that is not used in them to grow up In a normal ....... County, Florida 1 la known .ture fruit may remain on the
pretty well for strawberries tree, but will be wormy.
troubled parents in particular.The least USED to be knownas healthy state?
what at ,
Do Pete Novak, manager of the This condition, can be pre
to
only source of regret is "polite society" is used in con- others you ever say yourselfor Starke Bradford County vented by starting on time
daughter
: "My son or (
that the action due to the text or out of context, the fact won't do this or It can't Chamber of Commerce called with a good spray and then

necessity of gathering sufficient remains that it has no place in a happen to us?" If so, you had the other day to tell me that stay on schedule. You do a

evidence to support the charges high school classroom. And whenit better think again. he had received an unusual much more effective job

- could not have been taken is actually written on the Today. I went to court letter. The information! requested when you use a combinationof
by a in Wisconsin materials.] If this I"i absolutely -
person
sooner, before the impressionable blackboard in red chalk, no with my child and other parents -
not unusual but not practical or possi-
minds less the U. S. with theirs. We all sent was
: of high school students even Supreme
Ak the envelope was addressed, ble, then do the next best
them to school In faith ,
good'
had could not convince it
Court
been exposed to this kind us and CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and use malathlon.
fully believej them to( be
of social cancer for far too long.It is not obscene.: there. STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. For the mixture, use 4

is hoped that the Board's Certainly our young people The fact is that they were FLORIDAWe tablespoons of 23 per cent

recommendation that this teach- cannot forever be shielded from not in school and were found: could raise the question malathlon wettable powderor

er's certificate be revoked by the such influences, but if they are way from school and are or what is popular. : 2 teaspoons of 57 per cent
Pete Novak or Bradford malathlon liquid gallon ofwater.
per
State to reach manhood and now In eourt. There have
Department of Educationwill young been children County? I am sure It is some Add to this 3 table-

be followed, for this com young womanhood with any ves- classes imny and running wild.rutting If r of both. I can tell you for spoons of 50 per cent meth-

munity's gain will only result in tige of moral values whatsover, you have any doubt about sure that Pete has done, and oxychlor wettable powder or

some other area's loss: if such we can and must refrain from yours, you had better check is doing a mighty lot to let :2 tablespoons of 50 per cent

inexcusable conduct is simply force-feeding them such materialat with the school and see, it people know where Bradford Sevin wettable powde. Be-

shifted from one locale to another. the high school level. They'llbe they have been there when A&c County Is and what we have gin this about March 1st or
that might be of interest to when bloom comes out
exposed to it in were "sure" that
With soon enough you they
young people today under them. Spray each week for, a*. l least,
college but by that time it Is were.I
the constant bombardment of demoralizing Bradford County Straw- four weeks; five might be
hoped that their character is suf- JH< ihU and found 'that:
influences parents berry Festival this year is better.If .
m'ne
had not been in clnin!
have a hard enough time bring- ficiently molded to enable them but about 60 per cent of the March 29th through April 1st you need to mix greater

ing them to maturity with any to withstand the onslaught. time In the last seven or PLUMS AND PEACIIES amounts, then ask us for our

sense of the wholesome values! If not-God help them and the elPht weeks. I saw the list of Plums are best when you mimeograph with this information -
can eat them one at the This paper also has
next thope
that made our nation great and generation. who( have been cutting
time whole Peaches are suggestions for white peach
daises./ and It was a Ions: one
for each day. good whole or in halves. Of scale, borers and stink bugs.

What course, to enjoy them this Biggest Bradford County
Will It Take? Note this: We have not received -
be free from Fair ever-March 30th
anyword from the way they gotta

Just three weeks ago County they think that nothing would be school to( let m know that 1 a .ry/I- suspicious spots that might

Judge T. A, Yawn issued a warn- done if they were caught? Were this skipping has been going -
,! m i
ing that truancy charges wouldbe they so naive as to think the on.Then. I Vocational Education Week '

filed against students 7 to 16 judge did not mean what he on Friday: we got Well Chaperoned ,I

years of age found away from said? both from barrels.school! saying First,our a letter child Is Proclaimed By GovernorThis

school or home during school Several of the students! apI.ehended was suspended for three

hours, and a summons issued, fort were already suspendedfrom days; second:: a notice that FARMER'S DIARYwe week. Feb. 19-2S. has Vocational courses are now

parent. This week 14 stu- school so surely their our child had b'enIcked\ up been proclaimed vocational-ed offered In the day and at

dents aged 16 to 20 faced de- parents cannot plead ignorance to by patrolmen and that we There are berries fcr sale knew why after a day In ucation week In Florida by night at Bradford< High School,

linquehey charges in county court the fact that their children were would have to appear i in courtto all along the highway now, the berry field we had a Gov. Claude R. Kirk. but those offerings, will be school expanded -
resulting from off-campus answer charges with her. be sure that Florida broadened Its vocation in the new area
an absent from school. and we can backache Gen-
for 1966- facilities next party during school hours. We appeared. today and spring Is here or tint the r al-education program
The question is! what will it 67, functioning In every county eral adult and adult basic
heard the charges, and the
Several of the students were take to convince the students and consequences. It was rot en- berry crop Is early.] However" The courthouse: site feud Is of the stato, nerves one of classes have been, offered for

already under suspension from their parents that needlessly miss- joyable.I'm the calender: tells us that and the on and apparently headed every eight! residents, accord- many years 'and Will continue

Bradford High for missing classes ing school will no longer be tolerated writing this to let all crop that: short U not cake premature time Is here for court. All we can say Is ing to the Governor's proclamation to be offered, he says.

when they were caught last ? parents know that we have a that if it takes as long to A majority of the 300 anticipated -
again build one, as it does t-j settleon Anticipated enrollment, at enrollees next. September
Friday by a deputy sheriff while School officials have begun ]large problem and need to .
]location, the Bradford-Union Voca be in 'the vocatlonal -
the it will be a new will
participating in a, party> at! the handing out suspensions to curb clean It up We need to help Market manager Bob month of Sundays before we tional-Technical] Center, which program for three hoursa
the school
its controlover
Boy Scout Camp on Sampson the problem and Judge Yawn improve children to said recently that he net a new courthouse here In will be completed next year, in day and will 1 return to their

Lake. The students had been certainly means!! what he says. our and the auction Bradford County 300 ntudonts, which will bo one parent schools for the required -
clean
town and
warned of the results of skipping The uninitiated who did not heed uj)> our county bel'rles.0\ start up In ft of every five students enrolled high school aubJe tJl.
a whole The whlft
school in a .., ,.' mess,. uceks.'and that.a goo') In grades seven through 12 in will receive their high
a memorandum issued!! the judge's first warning can smelts!. to 600 And speaking of such They
by Judge Yawn and read to them certainly observe the proceedingsin Lets make our 'county, is expected. Growers That things, politics Is in the air the two counties, according to school diplomas from the par-
are who certificate
that their plantings Phlnclpal Ted Oglesby ent schools and a
at special .school assemblies. court this week. schools] and our town of as we again and we're to have
county ed wIth| bloom and 'Will head the new facility. from the Vocational-Technical:
The judge's memorandum directed As stated in earlier Starke a decent placeto raisea ; of three elections In the nearfuture. 23 will mark of the
was an barring a bad freeze, Thursday 'Feb. Center upon completion
officers family It is not this, as of picking We may not be making ,
law enforcement editorial in The Telegraph, our should be getting into the 60th anniversary of the Vocational courses.
now. If doubt It, take a multi- much progress, but no
you
to "take into custody!! and bringto youngsters should not have to picking season soon. signing of the Smith-Hughes
day off and start looking one can say that: we are not
pounds
Act of 1917 the first continuing -
Juvenile Court anv. child be- be subjected to police state to around a bit. What you find having a lot of excitement for SENIOR

tween the ages", of 7 and 16 years! keep them in class. It is hoped won't be nice I assure you. Allen said the Flint the support federal of appropriation vocational edu-

who you find away from his that it will not be necessary' to Don't say THEY ought to area crop has been .. --.-. cation. This law provided matching CITIZENSEdward
and will be coming
home or his school during the make examples of some by hand- do something about all! this, the time all funds for establishing pro.
about same
hours when school is in session." ing out jail terms on truancy for "they" have no names. section, but what effect NOTES ''grama in trade and industrial M. Womack, manager -
also Say, what can I do to Improve home economics of the Gainesville office
It gave warning to occupations, ,
( persons charges. will have remains to lie will be
this, and then join e, and agriculture. The George- of Social] Security,
over compulsory school attendanceage The J problem is a serious one Lets hope our growers: Homemaker to show a movie.
other parents ani let's do Barden Act of 1910 brought about present
that they would be charged and should be treated good( price as they "
"so' by par- 'what needs to be dons'" federal support for distributive "You And Medicare at our
with contributing to the delin ents school officials and stu- many thousand of : Sue McCaii ". .C". Feo. 28 in
!!, Let's approach the School] education. In recognitionof next meeting on
quency of a minor. dents alike. It is still a fact thata Board on March 7th and vested, and much to Extension .. the growing need for train- the Recreation Center at

That these 14 students blatantly child cannot learn if he does work with them to improve before beginning to Agent I Ing in the merchandising of 7:30: p. m.

ignored this widely publicized not attend class. the schools. Then let's cleanup ] profit u ,. goods and services. This meeting Is open to
wurning makesus wonder. Did the other areas where we i h r? .... The Area Redevelopment Act the public 45 years and UPwards -
Labor for picking \L:<
: be
In the mire.here's and Manpower Developmentand All questions will
are down through
". might berries by a
problem, but as usual Cutting Ace passed It are in the-
were
findings Training answered. you
Only The BeginningThe hoping your ii birds sieve and i or cheese cloth,
shortage of j
be
: are no worse then! mine no In the late 1950's to combat the 43-50 year range, It would
the fine possible
for make
to as
as
they a ? whacking threat of unemployment and beneficial to know the facts
Congressional soulsearching and that you are willing ta:
; \ Powell.As taste- through the blender.
Jlr. the Ii nit etvcciu'ly the or put rela-
aid economically depressedareas. or
have parents
to
that led to disciplining Adam an example of the new help. t.jf.. "ijppeibe' rle.i. Then add' water, lemon Juice if tives you who qualify and may

Clayton Powell and dumping his Thanks to you, the waist ; and cayenne. Pour Into freezIng ,
ethical consciousness! now sweep- a'e In 1058 the National Defense need hospitalization now, or
wife from the government pay- ing Congress, Rep. Neal Smith of one and all. they hep around: from CREAM trays and freeze until Education Act re-emphasized at some future date

roll "seems' to be spreading in Iowa announced plans to intro- Jim FaulknerRfc. to( pant: t. Inking O'itI./. I \ hand. mushy. Beat egg whltej until the Importance of technician It was gratifying to !see a
Box 103-A
Congress.And 2, 1 t'"ts and there: the ( frothy. Gradually: add one- training and the need fat area attendance at our Valentine's -
large
will '
duce bill that "prohibitnepotism"
a Starke. Fla. ba1 1 enuugl: ), but at least pints third cup of sugar 2 table- vocational education programs. February
it's about time.Members meeting on
.
in all branches! of the lit of tho bcn-l"s, spoons at a time beating well late President
iiit I m. In 19(11( the especially good to
and
are now talking about Federal government, Congress in- much thin after each addition. Beat thepartially 14
c'o not ruin as John F. Kennedy launched an Hamilton who has
reducing the number of relativeson Dear\ Mr. Matthews: greet Inez
cluded. sugar, frozen sherbet in a Intensive study of the vocational from a long and
recovered
the Congressional payroll and While citing the case of Powell'swife I am sure the voting pub- The\ I'c.'iit flooding: !- cold bowl until well combined. education acts and the total strlous Illness, accompaniedby

one even complains that the Sen- who drew $20,578 annually lic of Starke Chief can of elect Poll a cityClerk -e. more dunnijc ta: gia.ej exert'A crush Then fold In the merIngue vocational education program. her husband, Hal.A .

ate is dragging its feet in probingthe while actually )jvin;,\ in Puerto They' or certainly] are able to In the area than: four Return to the freezing: Findings of tills study served big' hand of welcome-
stand and'freeze until solid.
accar.'llng to let trays basin for the Vocational
Dora,
as a Houston'and
questionable activities of Smith said ". back was given to
Rico Council.
Rep
elect the City erehalfquarto
hour. Makes: also
Foreman IT B. ,laic4. Ho one and:! Education Act of 1963, Driscoll who
Senator Dodd of Connecticut. Marian,
there are other relatives on the There are two very important more Hi.in five Inches: of sieve. herb->t.SI'IIS known as the 'Morse-Perkins from a
At least a start has been madein that are often! have Just returned
payroll in each branch of the aspects fell over that weekend ; stir !' THAT SILVER Bill. California ami Ha-

the right direction with the government who perform little overlooked In appointmentsfrom that t many roads wore \ and Homemakers are learning This act provides for all the watt trip to They brought: with

breaking of Powell, and the protest service for the salary paid, and a select few: applicant panrfable because they mixture to temper the wash water to existing vocational training them Clara Mathews, Grace

that his misdeeds were no neither party and no branch of 1. How much did their efforts flooded 1 over In various .(fill no suit the things being sud. cd. plus training for office 'occupations. Van Buskirk and Joe and
to
contribute my or full It also reflects the
worse than those of other Many carl got bogged
any Keystone
our government has any monopolyon to obtain the council And while mediumwarmsoap Bertha Stein from
members of Congress is a weak this practice." on ,the roads and had )1. Fit or detergent suds' area factors of population -mobility Heights.
post. and
and labor demands
and shifting
defense. Such reasoning is to Powellwas towed out by safe bet ,for: many things Prospective new members
say Demogogue that he is, 2. Qualifications to handle table] a mix- recognizes the needs of many'
that no one should be punishedfor quick to charge that he was position overlooked if the ap- cause almost the as high water) as the ice to washed around the house, workers for basic education 'were Ed Dahmer and Earl
when It cornea to silver Madeline Bilyou.
a crime because there are being persecuted by his fellow plicant has contributed muchto of the land :;, Turn suds before they can benefit from and eveningwas
well that's when the Highlight of the
other help elect these law .
criminals who training.
are never Congressmen because of race. [ ) for job Mary
hot possible. coronation or
should be as as the
apprehended. A start had to be Now, I am not saying; this "Each Individual should be
ridiculous but Alice killed a snake open
Such charges are Sliver gleams like a million fullest Bishop. Queen and>: H. C.
is always the case, but you to hla
to develop
made somewhere, and certainly many of his followers believe it can see it Is a distinct posslposslblllty. yard "I told it to let mIx- dollars when Its: washed In potential.able will be the philosophy Drlscoll. King Valentine.

Mr. Powell was the most brazen or, at least pretend to believe and gave it a chance. 'continue hot suds and rimed in clear of the new voc-ed school Games and love songs appropriate -
and most flagrant violator. when he refused. I Is very Silver that's In for the occasion
hot water.
such nonsense. Since this is the It seems these! are the contributing here, Oglesby says. The three
There should be no letting up case it is: incumbent upon Con- factors being used his helort, stupid she [ .1 !Open' on dally use rarely needs any baalc requirements for entryin were played and sung and, refreshments
takes a pretty
until we see a strict code of gress to be more diligent than to settle the courthouse location argue with a woman, Ice more luster than a hot bath the vocational school are a were served.under

congressional ethics, and the disciplining ever before in showing the same Issue. ially one armed with .A contain-? provides. desire to attend, a vocational Preparations for the senior are' Citizens

without ..fear or favor, concern for the morals of the Is the opposition afraid to hoe waxed objective and an aptitude to way booth at the Bradford County -
of other officials Hill put the location to a vote? lid succeed In the chosen vocation,
on Capitol
white members of Congress that TO'BIDDERS Fair.
WUllam E. Owen NOTICE the principal says.Probably
whose behavior might rank, even they have shown fn regard to So spring Is here salt and moat Come along and! gel In the

in lesser degree, with that of Adam Clayton Powell. azaleas are coming out. before Beulah Baptist Church will one of the askeda groove with Senior ,Citizens.

--- TilE RIGHT POINT for the Alice is setting out pints. receive bids:' until midnight exasperating questions Youll enjoy It, and we need
the way you. write. Come In provide patches of ET March 6. 1967 on' the old young; man or woman seeking your presence
The Bradford ES- has made a fine (' quarts The employment, Oglesby say.
Rlbq County Telegraph and select your favorite Church building. successful Joe Kerrigan. Reporter
TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEORAPJI. from tier back: injury, :2 and bidder must move Is "Have you had any expertence -

A ESTABLISHED 1879E. still hampered: by it. In 1 and building and clean uu all 7""We

ing around the yard water, :2 debris In 45 days No reasonable who( are associatedwith
MATTHEWS
Editor and Publisher
to surswD get down to net in a teaspoon bid will be refused the new voc-ed center Merle Furniture

0 o Florida's. Oldest Weekly Newspaper PiiMlnhed Contlnously HAMMOND but the trouble cay- building and clean up all will strive In every way to provide

C> 1117 Under The Same Mast Hfud. ORGAN STUDIO trying to get up, whites. you contact any member of the student with the Spanish Modem

TION manages, one way church. Bids can be mailed to quality type programs that Contemporary Traditional
Authorized
Factory other. strawber Church. will give him an. answer to Provincial Colonial
Published each Thursday and entered* as $econd Claws Matter ait the Pout Off 1.3, Iliununond Organ .Sprinkle!: Route Beulah 2, Box Baptist 169. Glean Cove this question. Our aim Is toassure interiors By VtotosRt
at Starke' Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879. Sale,' & Service each student an
opportunity Park High
Last week when she and two- Spring, Fla. 32043, care of 21 to Orange
Learn to tin
Subscription In trade area! 1 year $4.00>: 6 months, $2.23 play easy way ed to her orthopaedic Toss and Mrs. C. L. Hlckey. Church to possess an employ- School! turn right to 17.
110 N. W 10th Ave.
Ontelde trade area 1 year, ItJSOi 6 month. $Z.8O Galnenvllle Shopping Center he said that in bending: tem- Clerk 223| 2t '32 able skill in the world of .Jacksonville' 4-331..
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work atntell.t
; Oglexhy
to the ground a person : Crush





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\I.'utl.. ..nf.NTY TK.I.I, ".!< H'". .Sl'AKKB. PLO1UDA THURSDAY. FEB ,23. 1907



PAII'J' BIGHTHurse Decides- -- Tornadoes Dump :<-BHS---D ; ; AA Ocala, Lake City I




Live Oak 64-32
W McLeod 6-2-14, Crosby
To At BHS Ad in > to more wins to son playeu the best -round\r. overcome I
Stay 0-3-3
mflk(' l lieu J icruid l a Ixisty I game of the si':aijn against Against Ocala Saturday

... For 20-6 Record lff-0( the cat,!'!.' of Bradford Oca la. night, the Tornadoes led most L City;; -Long 0-0-0. PurIi Ii

High down Lake City 45-36 He scored 15 points, grab, of the way except for the dy 1-0-2, Burgess 3-0-6, f!
Jtj'. sWI Bradford High I Melbourne, however, la a Wildcat 8-1-17, Swadley 7-
and Cnss! AA Orala fll-37 bed 11 reboun.is and played I first quarter and a Houston '
School for David Hur eat new school and Dr. Brown Using a tight defense to; oeilast weekend. his best defensive game of bid just after the hUf But 0-14.: tot Ls 19-1-36.

least at this stage in Ms grid told Hurse of plans to add a slow down speedy Live Oak A tenacious 2-1-2 zone defense the season He had 14 polnu i the Tornadoes led 20 points Ocala Game

coaching career. weight room to the field here Monday night the Tornado I held both opponents. against Lake City a.m leads i with four minutes :o go in BUS- 8 13 11 19"": 81

That's what! the head football house there. cagers won their final down and Coach Wir.iey Atkinson : the Tornadoes':! wltn an 18 I the contest. Ocala 10 8 9 10-37BHS
Hurse has coached his Tornadoes
athletic director
coach and regular season! game 64-32. thinks it also helped: point average. Ocala Coach John Rogers
4-12-20.
White p.
decided last Friday. Hurse to two straight dais Closing out regular play the way tht offense performed. Tht Lake City win Filday: credited the Tornadoes with -
Brown 2-0-4
2-2-6 ,
head A state grid championships McLeod
offer for the 'I
httxl an Christ- I the best defense he
and with the Dunedin having
Bob White and fol'the
.
at Class AA Mel in the last two years and a'trlni : Paced by night was awe "t n"Ji[ W McLeod 8-3-15, Crosby 2-
position man Classic and the Florida Wnyne McLeod, the Tornadoes Tornadoes who ha-1: faUen'two has faced all season Rogers
16-19-81
High also defending of 27 wins with only!! 2-6.: totals
bourne lefense
Star Tournaments under two of the best in stuck with a zone :
played points to( the TU: ers
'! <(1 with Live Oak last scaxoi. Hlndman 1-0-2
state 'grid champ'ons.HS third when Ocala -
their belts the Tornadoes have games of the season, the an overtime contest which I until the period
Principal to blemish a perfect rec- 1-0-2 Stein 3-5-11.
Supervising ahead Peek, ,
a 20-8 record: the best Inyeais. coach said, and he especially meant the Florida Star Conference the Tornadoes pulled
Cennte M. Clark announcedHfrse's -d. His five year record at He went to a Sapp 0-0-0, Orr 1-2-4. Rubin
The two tournaments had:! praise fo rthe defense championship. EarlierIn eight points.
decision hut Friday. BHS is a remarkable 43 vlc- and Coach 1-0-2, Grant 4-0-8, Murphy
account for three of the sixdefl'a White s-ored 17 :against the year BHS had swamped man-to-man then
i-I think we havo the best torlei against only 10 defeats Adklnson's five real 0-0-0. Ellsperman 0-2-2, Andrews
.
ts.The Warney
Lake City an-1 30 against the Tigers 71-40 but Lake
aMiletlc director and headcoach and the tie the Class AA 1-0-2, Waldon 2-0-4;
the swamped
Tornadoes led ly
Oenla t"> lead hiI'm.'tes In City Installei a m m-tci-man
and coaching staff In Under Coach Lrnnard fwst five totals 14937.BSquad.
Bulldogs only two points! 10-3. thai Ute State of Florida Clark Register when he first came at the end of the fir"*; period according I 10() C stOd. "I'm nappy to report to BHS, Hurse helped run up but widened the margin: ta set them on the bench and Edges

he is going to stay." the longest btring of vms. 32 26-12 at the half, holding sent in his next year's team

:'A11 we offered David was came* without a loss, in the Live Oak to ,lust four: points for some experience Oak 2
tlae} academic freedom he's history of the school. Three In the second period Finally coming i.ito his Live By
/ had "' the principals vears after Register left for
,
ajtt/ays Slowing1 down the floor own Bob White played prob-

id. Hurse has stated sev- Bay High in Panama City /game of the speedy Bulldogs -oi-.1t.'J Hi___. thrp__n_. best---- -names of I In Final GameBradford's
eml times, before the Mel- Hurse, always a psrfectlon- to shoot his against Macclenny i
bjufne offer, that BHS has est bellvling in work with a am forcing them career Ocala with A iii-xv Muhvurt on the Tornado five, Dale Cronlty goiM. .
outside the tiffht 2-1-2 defense. Lake City and Junior varsity
one ''of the top setups In the capital W, had the Tornadoes' :! offense Coach Ad- In fur ui/ font lay-up against Orulu. C'ronby. has proved to bi
Coach Warney Adkin- the new agers edged: Live Oak 4341in
site for an athletic pro- back on top.Melbourne. son's five simply overpowered klnson instituted. Getting ail excellent addition to the Tornadoes with his hall handling closing: out thejr. 1866-67

pam. Coach Byrd their Florida Star Conference good shots from, the top of and defcniiUe work, but the most Impit3!
:IA*' ''head of the athleticprogram Whlgham went to Auburn opponents BHS haO previously the key White shower Bggies- the nil:!! senior.. floorinun Is his. few mlMtal-rn. us he took The Tornadoes came back

Hurse was riobablyatso : University as a recruiter and beaten the Bulldogs slveness that he has lacked:! or a starting/ role. from a 10 point deficit to!
assistant coach
.'reluctant 'to part with 59-51 In Live Oak, but Coach in previous games. overtake the Live Oak five in

the excellent coaching staff! Adklmon was still worried The BHS senior also sank whittled the lead to six Leod on defense. Tho four the third period.:! The Bulldogs

h) has gathered at EHS. If ""nnett paced Jackson with about their speed 12 straight free shots against points. some of Paul and Wayne hit their first; five shots

he could hare taken Ills 'prent 15. Scoring in double figures Ocala after missing hla first Ocala hit for a 10-3 firs- McLeod. Brown, and White and had a 10-0 lead in the

.# staff -with him the de- 11 the accumulation system for the fourth straignt game, attempt period:! lead although the un'ier';; the boards makes it, first period.

cfalon might have been dlf- Denmark is still trailing tall Bob White bucketed 21 Wayne McLeod and Lam Tornadoes' opponents have 'ough for any opponent, Ad-! Malloy's
Coach Tommy
f rent.Dr. .. Jackson 77-128. to( lead the Tornadoes while Brown dominated: the boards scored an average of less kinson says.Adkinson. But
to
closed the one
.B.. Frank Brown principal The same two tea mi will leading scorer Wayne Me- against Ocala with I.lcLeod's than 3 points In the first period also had high: five and the period gap ended

% of the progressive go at It again next Monday Leod, with an 18 point average 11 rebounds while Brown, BHS took a 21-18 half- praise for Dale Crosby, the point The Bulldogs outscored

Brevard County school had night at 7:30: in the BUS hit for 20. Each had 10 leading the team with an 8.4 time, lead, however, cutscor- :Ittle 5-11 floorman who has 10-9 two points
Tornadoes by
offered to allow Hurse to gym. field goals Paul McCIeod and: rebound average, grabbed 12. inK the Wildcats In trie sec taken over in the past three the ( however
In the second period,
pick 'his staff.1 Larry Brown contributed The Tornadoes had 35 re ond quarter 13-8. They also games. He has made fewer the half ended with

J Another thing: that might Garden Defeats eight points each. bounds. had an 11-9 edge In the third mistakes than was feared and Live Oak and ahead 26-23.
hive' made the veteran Tor- Paul McLeod in th* first The Tornadoes also cut 'period to widen the margin chipped In with some handy I

rCidoi coach/: his 10th year Barbers In half grabbed 15 rebounds down on floor mistakes com- to five points and ran away baskets from the top of the A big third period put the

al BHS, reluctant to five up Sixth Win and had 19 for his finest ittlng only five or six against 19-10 in the final eight min key. He scored seven points Tornadoes in front tl) stay, I
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Ms'':present poet '-U the new night's work in that depart either team. Some turnovers utes. against Macclenny three however, with BHS cut corIng -

$$5.000 physical education Garden Restaurant extended ment. All eight of his points were to be expected:! In! com "Whenever you hold a club against Lake City, and six the Bulldogs 14-7 to take ,i
rebounds. like Ocala, tha coach like Lake to 15 points 37-33 lead and hanging on
building with its huge weight their win atreak to 6 In a came on offensive petition City against Ocala.
training room. witH the use row by handing Bradford Bar The Tornadoes had:! a total of said, but the Tornadoes have In a. half your defense has Crosby had little experience for the victory.

of weight trainIng !Lsometrjcs ber Shop their second loss of 53 rebounds for the game and been committing too many. done a pretty fair Job," before last week but has Ronnie Moody had 19

oft- eal\On\ drills, and the season. 44-38. The eame: Larry Brown, leader In that Tht tough defense limited Coach Adklnson>: raid.: The been doing an excellent Job points to lead the Junloi Tornadoes

tile track program, Hurse has was billed to be the showdown department, had 14 White Lake City to eight points the Tornadoes' rebounding late pla>making and handling the the highest any player

developed at BHS one of the between ''these two teams and had nine and Wayne McLeodsix. first period and seven the ly has been tops the coach ball, the coach says. has scored: all season. David

!finest physical conditioning' It was just that The Barber second with the Tornadoes said. with Wayne McLeod StatisticsLake McKniftht had 14 points.

programs found anywhere. Boys( had hopes of dawning The Tornadoes( hit 41 per leading 22-15 at tile half. playing superb defense, especially City Game Ronnie Orlggs grabbed 13

.... Garden and tie them for first cent of their field goals Outscoring the Tigers 16-10 .against Ocala. Score by quarters: rebounds for the Tornadoes

place but Garden, behind the the third period, for a 38-25 The Tornadoes hava had amore BHS 12 10 16 7-45 which Coach Malloy said was
Oil Landers Imd 13 points
Denmark Rallies shooting: at Mike Allreajy and lead, BHS began a stall that i balanced attack lately L. City- 8 7 10 14-36 a big factor In the vin.
to lead Live Oak, which naw:
To Defeat Tom( Malloy, Jumped off to a had a 12-9 season record:: last for the remainder of the I with White and Brown Improving BHS White 6-5-17: P Statistics

23-2O halftime lead and were and Andy Cheney had eight game although Lake City on offense and Mc- McLeod 3-1-7. Brown, 2-0-4. Score by quarters:

Jackson 3229I not 'to be denied. The Bar points BHS- 9 14 14 6-4.1

bers came back strong: in the L Oak; -10 .16 7 8-41
I After trailing for three 2nd half and stayed with a Statistics -' --- -, game was close all the way who is a patient in Bradford Pfc. Robt. Powell 6-2-14,
(Juarters Tuesday night Denmark couple of points, until the last Score by quaiters: I llolihyhlto nlioMH the jumper lie hat UHPI! to hit In with the lead changing several County Hospital. BHS McKnlght 9-1-19

Furniture rallied to def minute of play. BHS--10 16 16 22--64 I Imililu flifure* the lunt four straight Rumen, a total of 61S i times. Register led, at ''the end MJss! Beverly Padgett of Wounded In Talley 1-0-2.3-0-6 Moody Moore 1-0-2 ,
Grlggs ;
at Jackson Builders Supply Alike Allready was high L. Oak 848 12--32 I point Tills basket Is against Clans A.Y Ocul.i whenliltc of the 1st quarter 10-8, but Macclenny was a recent visitor
BHS White :t*' .. K" WlnTlw In the 2nd' totals ()-3-43.I .
10-1-21 back
22-29 in a leal nip auJ tuckomen's pointer for Garden with in bfc.t. forrtlOt'poInt. l high for tho night "* came of >her cousin Miss Annie Vietnam Action
sage action. points, followed by Tom Mal Jackson 1-1-3, P. McLeod 4- period and led at halftime 15- Padgett. I

This game was by far! the loy with 12. Chuck Moore had 0-8, Brown 4-0-8, W Mc I 13. Winkler still led at the Mr and Mrs. O. E. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. John W I

:ifiost exclUn played this year, scoring: honors for Bradford Leod 10-0-20, Crosby 2-0-4 end of the 3rd period 23-19. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were Powell of 1218 Bradford 8t treatment.
Barbers with 10. Sllcox 2-0-4; totals 31-2-64 but Register outscored Winkfer havo received word that their
fs neither ,team was ever oJj i in the final period 113to visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Powell volunteered for
Live Oak lion, Pfc Robert B. Powell
than 4 Cheney 4-0-8,
points.
had by more
In the other action, Hampton Bass I ,take a 30-26 victory.Lonnle Adams In High Springs Sun slightly wounded while service last July and took
Jackson led 14-11 at half- 0-1-1. Dale 2-0-4, Lan day afternoon.We was I
Olive led team basic training at Fort Campbell
his
time, and at the end of the downed a game National ders 5-3-13, Poole 1-0-2. Pitt- In action with the armed forces
3rd period still had a 4-point Guard team 22-19. The game man 2-0-4.: totals 14432Koch's to victory popping In 19 points are sorry to hear that In Vietnam on February Ky. After receiving advanced
woa strictly defensive as while Billy Myrlck! was high FranJc Norman has been on 14. infantry training in
the final i
Advantage 22-19. In
neither team could find the for Winkler with 6. the sick list but he is feeling guerilla warfare at Fort Gordon
quarter, however Denmark basket. The score at halftlme' Hands better now.Marlin According to Information Oa. he arrived in VietNam

Jutscored their opponent 13-7, I was 5-4 In favor of Hampton. Carp's First Loss I Southern Discount downed Thornton celebrated wired to his parents, Pfc Powell on January 8 with: Co.
the 32-29 victory sustained metal fragment
to
'wrap up
Tom Paladlno was high tor I Chamber of Commerce 33-18 his tenth birthday last; A. 4th Bn., 39th Inf., 9th
Ima Jean Bryan took high I Hampton with 10 points, while In Overtime I for their second win of the week with a weiner least at wounds left to his left leir chest, Division.He .
and I
coring honors for Denmark Gene Sumner and Charles season. Discount led the entire his home. eye no permanent hear
to
Games we-s played: will be glad !
Jlth 13 while Diane' Gem Jewelry after 12-5: half- Injury! when hit by fragments
points Howell led National Guard dropping game, taking a during the afternoo.t. Mrs. from friends and mail may be
their first four broke time lead. from a hostile booby
with 6 each. games Thornton was assisted by her addressed to him in care of
\I Standings: Garden Restau- Into the win column '""by down- Mark\ Graudon. led Discount tl'apI.hlle on company
Evacuation hospital.APO .
1 rant 6-0, Bradford Barber Ing Andrews Drugs 26-14. The with 12 points followed closely husband in carln. for the I movement He was tieated at I I'I' the 93rd Calif.
Franslco,
RuuDGAS hop 4-2, Hampton 2-4, National Gems led at the end of the ,by Rhymer Howell wtth 10. guests. 'I'' the 93rd Evacuation Hospital ', San
96491.
\ I Guard 6-0. 1st period 9-5, held Andrews David Lasslter was high for We are sorry to knu\v that and Is being held, for further I'I

Schedule: Feb. 22 National scoreless IT* the 2nd, and took Commerce with 9. D. I Knight is In B-aiford.::
LINED I Guard vs Bradford Bar- a 11-5 halftime lead. Behind Standings: Elks 4-0, Register

:110 YEAR WARRANTY I !Iber Shop 7 pm. Hampton .the shooting( of Grey Flynn 4-1, Discount 2-3, Chamber County Hospital. We' wish ED PECK IS 'NOT'' A

I Garden 8:13.: March 1-Hampton Gem Increased its lead to( 21-. of Commerce 1-4, Winkler 1- him a speedy recovery

vs Bradford Barber Shop( 11 after 3 periods '4.

Gas 7 p.m. National Guard vs Grey Flynn took high hon Schedule: Feb. 25 Elks JOHNNY COME LATELY

Garden Restaurant 8:15.: ors with 16 points while Ricky vs Winkler 11 a.m. Discount A Classified Ail In the TELKORAPH I

I J Individual season scoring Bennett led Andrews with 7 vs Register 12 noon.
Pd. Pol. Adv.)
(
I brings results. I
j Water Heater records: ((1)) T. Paladlno, 87, Kocha Drugs handed Carp's

(2) M. Sexton, 74; <(3)) LWilliams. their 1st loss at the season r'Y....... ....TYTY..

I 73; ((4)) H. Bishop, 30-29 In overtime. The score

: 69; J. Williams, U.I at the end of regulation tuna Bayless HiwayOj Buya Buick LeSabre strippedand

: You can own I was 27-27. Koch'a led all the
Boys Bantam'Baseball way until the last minute of

: an endless play, when Carp's took the Mrs. O. E. Cro.b here's what you get.

: Set lead 2725. With one second ---- -- .......... ..... .

supply of hoi To Meet March 2 left on the clock, James Williams Not only run the Tornadoes lending scorerVnyne
of Koch's In 2 community was sad
water for only popped McLenil, !, shoot and rebound, ho ran handle that round Imll Our
points to send the into: dened last weekend by the
I Believe It or not, Ibaseball overtime. In the game overtime I' too Her' ho tlrhes for a lay-up aRnliiHt Clium, <\A Ocultion death of Mrs. Ruby Dickens Dual Horns e.OOO-mllaLubed Front Suspension

.r-V"..", pennies WltHBfc season and is in just order around,to be the ready corner David Alvarez scored three the Torniuloos' fumou* fait break.position. and Emory Johm. We extend I Safety Rims 15-inch Wheels

points for Koch's and, Charles | mi*. "...n". cvmnnMlu frn both Self. Brakes Reusable Air Cleaner Element
economicalHffifj adjusting .
for It nn organizational meeting -r
for the 1067 Bantam Boys Wright got two for Carp's I I families.Mrs. : ::lker--: Finned Brake Drums Heater and Defroster
Slade Gas and the eame: ended wRh ( ner, each getting two points., Myra of
will be held
at Baseball the Starke program Recreation Center Koch's leading 30-29. Williams 1- The 2nd game, at 8:15: pHs I 1 Gainesville was dinner guest Dual Master Cylinder Brake System Dual Speed Windshield Wiper

Thursday right, March 2, was high point man for Koch's Baldwin Chevrolet, currently Undefeated Starke Builders of her son and diughter-ln- Step-On Parking Brake and Windshield Washer

with 19 points while Charles I undefeated against Terwlller- and wtnless law Mr. and Mrs. Harry! Steering Column Upper Instrument Panel Pad
at 7:3O: p.m. All adults Interested Conner met ':Monday : Energy Absorbing
$2.91 in coaching, officiatIng Wright led Carp's Dept with gar Motors, who share 2nd afternoon and when the Faulkner. Crank-operated Vent Windows Glove Compartment Light
; Month 15. place. This Is a must game for
Per with concessions I game ended both teams were Kenneth Padgett of Bran
helping Smoking Set
Terwlllegar for If Chevrolet Directional Signals&Lana
other Standings: Carp'a 4-1, Koch's In the same position as they don and Cecil Padgett of
In capacity are :
or '
:You Can Pay This Out nny picks up this win It will bo Change Signal Day and Night InsIde Rearvlew Mirror
urged to Attend this meeting. 3-2, Andrews 2-3, Gem Jewelry entered the contest, rkccpt the Lake Butler were visiting

:Of Your Savings \Vli n Let's get the show on the 1-4. I' hard you to catch.If like .good, live action Builders added win No.
.You Use Slade Gas. road. We need your help Schedule: Feb. 25 Kochavs I ba on hand Thursday evening Conner dropped frame No. e. Loyd Padgett Sunday.Mr. Deluxe Steering Wheel 3-speed l Manual Transmission

Registration for flayers will ; Andrews 9 a.m. Feb. 25 at the BHS gym. ; The league lenders had little and Mrs. Green Bowers Dual-Key Locking System (synchronized In all forward gears)
begin in mid-March. Clinics Gem Jewelry vs Carp's Dept. trouble wlth'tbetr.victims with of Jacksonville were Sunday
Gas 4-way Hazard
Slade Locks Warning FlasherPassengerGuard
will be set up for tlie players I 10 a.m.Senior. the flnnl score being 37-15. guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Safety
Starke Builders Sheryl Ward once again paced J. crosby Door Lock Seat Belts-Front and Rear

TUB KIGliT POINT for the Picks Up her team with 11 points Deb Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medelras Rear Seat Ash Trays Carpeting

-&, ,Appliances : war 'you write. Come In and I Boys bie Clark led Conner's scorers of Gainesville were supper Cross-Flow Radiator Front Door-operated Courtesy Ifgnt
Sixth Victory with 6.League. guests of their parents, Rev.
elect favorite ESTER- ;' Full-Flow Oil Filter Dual SideArm Rests-frQS1t c,1
you' Back R"C
League
: '332 W. MADISON Standings: Starke and Mrs. Dave Mldelra.s'Tuesday !
. I BROOK tountaln pen. TELE In Action In Friday's! game Holiday Builders Supplies 8-0 Holiday night.Mr. I Delcotron Generator Magic-Mirror -'

I GRAPH.DeWitt Inn trounced Conner 33-4. Inn 3-2, Williams Jewelry 3-2, and Mrs. Jimmy I 220-hp. 340-2 V-3 Back-up Lamps
-- I Conner scored one point In Conner 06.Schedule .
Adams of Alachua were
After last week's
postpone
the 1st and dhln'tIcore
. ment, action gets back under quarter : Feb 24 Williams cent guests of Mr. and re-I -.
. way this week in the Senior again until the last i Jewelry vs Holiday Inn, Loyd:! Padgett. CHECK THE BARGAIN EXTRAS ATTHE BUICK VALUE C ARM VAX,
: C. Jones Funeral Home I period, while the Imn. scored 4 pm. Feb 27 Starke
Boys league with two games, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flakes '
I and the outcome of both can 10 in the 1st, 15 in the 2nd, I Builders vs Holiday Inn, 4 and son and Mr. and Mrs. '

STARKE PHONE 964-6200 : be decisive as to the stand- 6 In the 3rd, and 4 In the !th. p.m. Arnold Wasdln of Jacksonville 'I I

BLEYBTOtfE IIEifcllTS-PHONE 4733176Rental Ings of ithe league. Evelyn Sinclair was high I Otis Crawford of Falatka '

II I The first game, scheduled pointer for the Inn Keepers Olive Leads and Randolph Crosby
I for 7 p.m., iwill match Hurst were dinner guests of Mr. and -", -
with 17 points, followed j I Register Oil
Services I Shell against H. C. Wall, and oy Mrs C. C. Crosby Sunday. Mr.
victory for the Wall team I Jane Crosby with 10 and Kclly I' Over VVinklerRegister and Mrs. Bobby Crosby and:

:HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS iI i 10 very important, as they are Richards 8. j I son and Mrs Marie Elixson GREEN BUICK CO.

I tied for 2nd< place and can't Susan Scogglns and Jani I Oil extended Its of Gainesville were afternoon ,

CRUTCHES I afford to lose If they are to Hitch did the scoring for Con-1 record to 4-1 by downing I I guests of the Crosbys and 132-134 N. Court St., StarkeItll

.tay in the running for tat : Wlnkler Electric 30-26. The visited Mrs Otis Crawford


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I ted her 10th birthday with a Hill Tower at Lawtey.' The'Reddish VotedSheriff's "The fact that you were _
I party at her home on Satur- Santa. Fe Tower had .3 inches selected, for this honor trr:
I day. There were 10 jwesent. and the New River Tower I your absence Is a tribute tow
Mrs. Crawford! served ices I .1 inch. Assoc.VPresidency the great esteem In which
McLeod Hits 51 % Of Field GoalsA cream and cake to the guests.' ) There were no fires lw the you are held by your fellovtasheriff's.
Wayne B. L. Lanier of Jacksonville county last week. There have I ." Reddish was notified -
spent Monday and been 33 fires since Jan 1 this by the association's) at-"
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Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. year with 231.4 acres burned. Sheriff P. D. Reddish has, torney.
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basketball player making "We've had two bad ones: Lynn Hall. Over the same period ir 1968there I been elected vice-president of The position puts the rad-
51 per cent of his field 1 goal we need a !good ore," the 20. were 27 fires with 123.aCl'es the Florida Sheriff's Association ford sheriff In line to head
Mr and Mrs. Tommy Hal'vey -
attempts over a 25 game Tornado by unanimous vota of his
ace says burned.
,
Mrs. 1968. Next"
Ruby Dickens the organization In
streak Is unheard of.. but ( I It of Albany Ga. were visiting fellow law enforcers. IfW"
that what the Tor- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark meeting of the association
exactly I vv.vvvvvvvnvvvnvvn.HAMPTON Services HeldSaturday Sheriff Reddish:! was electedIn
\tnadoea' leading corers, [ and.;! family and Mis. R. F way you write. Come In and late January at the mid- March 4 In Miami. -

Wayne McLeod has done, | t Dyal last weekend. Feb. 18 TIlE' RIGIIT POINT for the winter meeting of the Sheriff's TilE RIGHT POINT for the_
"As many times as he's 1 i Mr and Mrs Jerry Wads- elect your favorite KSTEK- 'Association In Orlando, although the way you write Come In,)
shot own qver a SO per cent 'i worth spent 'the weekend in Mrs. Ruby Combs 'Mckens. RROOK fountain pen. TELKTELEGRAPH. "- he was not present and select your favorite ES. -
By Mrs. May William 57, widow of the late Patrick /
attndedth
Tampa where they
average he's got a good eye, | bI due to the illness of his wife I TERBROOK fountain pea..u.1
Coach Warney Adldnscn says j Florida Cutting Horse As- C. Dickens, died In a. Jack- TELEGRAPH. -.
of his ace scorer. McLeod had F-E 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ sociation show. They aiso attended sonville hospital Wednesday
sent the round ball sailing .w Christian Church the RCA Rodeo Satur- morning following a fcilof; Ill- '
toward the little hoop 373 Sunday School is held at day night and the fair. ness.A.
times In the first 25 games 10 a. m Worship services at Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adkins member of the Bayless ED PECK IS A FRIEND ,:
this season and It has obed- t I I 11 Young People's meeting, attended the funeral of Highway Baptist Church, she
iently zipped through 192 4e 6 p m. Worship services 7 p. Emery Johns at MUaleburg;! had lived In the Staikc area I
times for an 18 point aver ,, m last Saturday. for seven years. Mrs. Dickenswas
Ladles Council w IDs Thelma Mllllken of born in Wllkerson Coun- i
age."If his foul shot percentage The ladles council met at Ocala spent several days last ty Georgia on March 9, 1909. OF AGRICULTURE
hadn't gone to pot, he'd have the home of Mrs. Homer week with her aunt Mrs. T Survivors include two sons: i "
F. Brown. William Curtis Dickens of 1 1Waycrosa .. .
well over a 20 paint average I Brinson on road 100. Mrs. Y
Mr. and Mrs. Major Lanler Oa.; and Patrick ,
Coach Adkinson says. Margaret Crawford, had .
In his third' year of varsity I j charge of the program. Those I|1 lOf Pink Hill, N. C. arc !spending C. Dickens Jr. of Seat Ples- 1 '. 't '
ball, Wayne last year won : I present were Mrs. Lillian several. days with friends ent Md.; four daughters: I (, "
the team trophy for foul __ Hall, Mrs. Shirley Norman;: here. Mis. Carolyn Sapp of Jacksonville ; j'I

shots with a 71 per cent aver- __ I Mrs Margaret Crawford. Mr and Mrs. Steve Jerrell rell of ,Raiford Mrs. Geraldine Mrs. Bernice Ter- : .1y' j-. .:, ," -.......",t .-.; __.' ',',,._
age. He's shot more. 119 Mrs Brlnson. Mrs. Carolyn and daughter moved last
through the 23 games, than Clark, Mrs. White Mrs Ruth Saturday to Waldo.Mr. Portler of Albany. DA., and
any one lese this year but I Matchett and Mrs. Sue Bran- and Mrs. Fred Town- Mrs Annette Moore of Acco- I .
keek Md.: two sisters Mrs. ... wv
has hit for only a 5T per cent nen. send and family of Fernan- gp+
average. Nancy Lassleter was bap- dina Beach were visiting Mr. James H. Davis of FlUseraM.: .
"My method's the same, tised last Sunday. and Mrs. Jeff Baker and Ga. and MrlW11ll:1m: M.I
in" Baptist. Church family SundayMr. Harrison of Ocllla. 0.... and ,
the ball's just not filling- ) A
tht BHS senior says. ,''r Sunday School, 10 a. m. and Mrs. Bill nle Hig- 14 grandchildren
McLeod has also drawn Worship services 11 a. m. glns' of Flint Mich., spent Services were from! the '
praise lately from Coach Ad- '_'m -' Training Union 6:30.: Evening. the weekend. with Mrs. Hlg- Bayless Highway. Baptist 9e' :
klnson for his greatly Im- Wayne MoLfoil lit caught here In !demonstration, nl oft I services at 7:30.: Midweek glns' parents! Mr. and Mrs. Church on Saturday, Feb. 18, ,.tf .
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proved defensive. Against finger tip control he linen to .nluk an unfunny percentage prayer meeting Wednesday! John H. Parker, and brother with Rev Gerald Suggs and I II P i1,1)s'y,) 'y s a t i .
Class AA Ocala he net only of his, field' goal attempt lie mode '\Mn OKI an the Tor- night at 730.: and sister-in-law Mr. and Rev. Dn.vlMedelras(\ officiating -I' 'I. "". ,
I Bro. Mrs R. H. Parker. Burial was In Conner >
11 Salter of
scored 15 points but had Gainesville
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inuloe. downed Class AA Ocala lS'J.'ayno scored 15 points _
rebounds but played an outstanding preached last Sunday in the Bobbin and Jerry Jr. Cemetery with DeWitt C. ,
floor game on defense. and grabbed 11 reboumlH. ,, absence of the pastor. i I Wads worth' spent the week- Jones Funeral Home In''
Mr. end In Waldo wltn their charge of arrangements
and Mrs. P. L. Estes
On the other hand, he ess, Wayne McLeod Is also ,
Coach Adkinson callea tne was chaperone ,to a group of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I at.1 y .Pn
credits the Tornado offense president of the BHS student '
his best of the young people of Orange Park Joe Sullivan.Mr. .
performance with his fantastic Held goal body. He came through as a .26 Inches ,
season and, Wayne said he percentage. On the Torna- first Sear quarterback on this who attended a student coun- .and Mrs. Milton Mis- 'I
He cil meeting in New Orleans ner and family of Oalnes-
would have to
agree. :
does' fast break: he gets a lot year's Class A state champion Of Rain FallsAn ,
counts above the 31 point letterIn La. from Thursday to Sunday vllle, and Mr. and MI f. Jim
froma football his
of Grip; shot or easy ones/ team only
performance he gave against to of last week. Baker and family of Orlando I
short distance. But lately that sport. But he plans '
defending state champion he says he hasn't gotten, as go out for baseball this year, I'F.USONALRBarney visited their parents, Mr. and average of .2(1( Inches
Dunedin earlier this year. J. Hampton, cousinof Mrs. R II. Parker over the of rain fell at the Florida '
many which Is the reason his he batted over .400 lass year Here is a candidate who has! wide interests! in Agriculture.
As a sophomore and Junior average has fallen below 20 and J over .300 the j>:'evlous Mrs. J. O. Adkins, and a weekend. Forest Service's three fire
Wayne was pivot man on defense his former resident of Hampton Mr and Mrs. Albert Morris towers during the week from
points the level he maintained two, and that will be
playing directly under through th first 20 I fourth letter in that sport several years ago, passed and Tina of Gainesville spent Tuesday, Feb. 14, through He served i Agriculture on the Board of Directors of the Farm .
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the basket where he was games. As a eager last season he away on February 18 at Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Feb. 19. Bureau. He belpngs tq the Alachuu County Cattlemen's Association.
utomatically In position for "With the kind of offensewe compiled a 19.1 point aver- Jacksonville Beach Funeral John H. Fatker. Heaviest rainfall was ,4 lie believe in conservation i of timber and] the soil. ..
rebounds. In Coach Adkln- have there are a lot of age. He Is also a member of services were held February: Beverly Crawford celebra- Inches measured at thJ Louis' -.
son's new 2-1-2 zone that has shots close to the basket" he number of varsity teams and I He believes in fair and reasonable taxation to meet the needs of

stymied many an opponent! says Shooting from a reason- the most experienced basket-1 our growing state but assessed against a broad base rather than con-
the McLeod plays on
salon able distance 1& the way he ball pliyr. Wayne says: '
tinued local
emphasis taxes.
to in An on property !! _
the winaand has get Important
MessageFROM
explains his good,, eye and his "I believe we're finally beginning -
position when a rebound is on seemingly magic touch. to jell. We've got a L
the way. Wayne also says this ball good chaise to win the state He believes in protecting the present distribution of Race Track r
"It's a lot different, I'm club is the best of the three championship unless ,we get Funds and gasoline tax, money both vital to the operation of the
trying to get used to 1 it now," he's played on "mainly because in a tournament and have a counties in the 7th District.
th Tornado star says. [ bad time.
'three of us Bobby

As A wingman McLeod White, his brother Paul, and "We've got the team to do Bob Saunders. lie believes!'! in up-to-date educational facilities!! and old-fashioned
says "I didn't know exactly hel) have played together It, it's Just a. matter of doing
what to do." But after the democracy. ,
long enough to know what it." I '"
Ocala game he admitted he each other is doing for the The Tornadoes proved they
thought he was catching on first time." can be tough when they stop- While visiting in your county I have e" Sound business leadership is the answer to the complex problemsof
to the new position. He feels more secure De- ped Class AA Ocala 51.37.1 found that you are concerned about how a growing state like Florida, a state where government already has
"I'd have to say that was cause of that experience together The Wildcats lost by only well you will be represented. I can easily i t become "big business." Send to the Senate from District' Seven a man
the best" I've done on de and because of the I three points to the seventh j understand your concern. 1 who is a civic leader and a sound businessman.
fense. tremendous rebounding ability ranked team in the state,|
The leading scorer's com- o fthe team's newcomer, Orlando Evers, and
with Class AA While it is true that I live in GainesvilleI What can he do for you? As a man who works in agriculture, he
ment on the 2-1-2 defensethe 0 Larry Browns, along are not that bad a team
Tornadoes employ: "Oneof Paul ancj Bob White. The Tornadoes have want to assure you that I will give you can bring understanding to your problems and that will go a long
the finest defenses we've -"You don't mind Growing o dy had two bad tournaments all'ea-I full time representation and attention just:, way toward getting them solved.

been taught. Opponents) bne up there when you know losing out in the Dunedin I: as t though I lived in your county. My door ro
McLeod says, find it difficult they'll be there 'to grab it if Christmas Classic and being, will be wide open at ALL times to ALL the 1
to get inside it .and are forced you miss," he says beaten by Lake City two people. In addition I will meet on a regular basis in YOUR COUNTY ELECT

outside to take long shots from the Besides his baketball! prow- points in an overtime, for the: with your public officials and any other interested citizens to discuss tR,

I your needs and problems. To make a long story short you will not haveto

come to Gainesville to see me I will gladly come to you I

With a majority of the voters living in Alachua County it is likely iED
VOTE FOR that one of the four candidates from this county will be elected. PECK I

However, the voters in the other five counties will determine which one ,

it will be. :

As a young businessman with an early agricultural background I .
EARL.l am sympathetic to your interests. As the candidate with no obligationsor
TO :
committments to any old power blocs or special interest groups, I THESENATE

l can, with your support become your voice in the State Senate. Vote Bob
Saunders on February 28. ;



POWERS ) t) Bob Sincerely Saunders, He is NOT a Johnny-Come-Lately :....,


I I DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR .

ED PECK (Pd. Pol. Adv.) :
i STATE SENATOR j L.JI (,Pd. Pol Adv., ...

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I PLATFORM ".

.. Sample First Special Primary Ballot .

I EDUCATION .

Increase In minimum starting salaries and an adequate pay scale DEMOCRATIC PARTY ;.
I training experience and responsibilities for '"
based on professional ,
FEBRUARY 28, 1967 ;
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i teachers at all levels.! "' .. .
'
, Oppose higher tuition fees at state ,universities. BRADFORD COUNTY ........ '. :
I Control by Board of Regents and the appropriate university president .
have been approved. .. PRECINCT NO. ______ _
I of funds far higher education once budgets" vI. y
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Expansion of junior college, vocational and technical programs." '-",*' .
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I TAXATION To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square ..

Re-evaluation of the tax structure to provide an equitable and adequate i at' the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. '., \,., :.

base and relieve additional property (ad valorem) taxes. .,. ,. ,. :

GOVERNMENT 1 LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE. ::1.' =

"Home rule" with Increased authority and responsibility for countyand State Senator Member, : p.. :

Economy municipal government governments.at all levels!'! by Improved operating efficiencyand ..,}'. .. ;, 7th Senatorial District .. State )House of Representatives J .i. :.

consolidation and elimination of functions where appropriate. (Vote for one) 16th House' District ..

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RECREATION (Vote for one) ti

More recreation, hunting and fishing areas and facilities. "'.i.1 i J. EMORY (RED) CROSS n,I. .

Anti-pollution legislation to protect health and preserve waterways > : I !I. GEORGE H. DORSEY I,i'i I .

and wildlife. ED PECK. .

ROADSEnlargement : I : EUGENE. F. (GENE) SHAW I I pz

of primary road systems and improvement of secondaryroads. :,:, ),,y;: EARI P. POWERS f'
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.. .. .. BOB SAUNDERS -, ". ....
CRIMEa> ..Jt. p'Y' *,,

Increased emphasis on crime prevention within existing state and JIM TEMPLE .

local agencies. *.
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) -

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now offered in the CAP A cadet may compete for these

McLeod Many OpportunitiesAwait | qualified cadet can actually scholarships. Study grants are
Paul
I A Real Team Player] RAIFORDBy CAP Cadets !': earn area. a private license in either ning available to for attend youths a four-year not pluu-


In the United States each college or univel'slty' .
Opportunities u ni, lei I t e d
One: of the moat consistent" when the. Turnadoes were more potential. Paul 8ay Mrs. Earl Dobbs await boys and girls, ages: 13-I summer, CAP cadota may upend Many awards, colorful ribbons -

ball players I'evei con ted; I upping to regain the lead. "But 'we haven't clicked) just Phone 496-2601 18, who join tha Civil Air'two weeks' at an A Ing Force I named for outstanding

he always ga thin 100 I "think i this dub can be right yet Patrol, .a U. S. Air Force I base live the life of a civilian and military aviation

:per cent,," Cou-n. \ .. .ic, A.dfcliuton beentnan!! last year, It Has Auxiliary. I regular airman use the 'pionJws, man be won

said i The local( squadion meetsat same quarters food service' by CAP cadets. The Falcon

That's Paul McLeod ,under A pork shop supper to raise 7 p.m. every Tuesday In and recreattonal' facilities as Award". highest decoration Is

guard on Bradford High money for lights and play the Armory. I Air Force!! T'*rsonnel fly given to cadets for outstanding -

wtnnln frost basketball team in ground equipment for our orientation flights in Air achievement{ i In the aero-

years. McLeod provides the k 1t (l'Wherein young people will be held atthe Civil Interest Air Patrol in aerospace.developdyouth : Force aircraft, atudy maintenance .P4/J/pa...w i& !icatlon. program.

steadying force that keeps the old school Saturday night : It molds the aerospace leadersof > I of engines, radar radio Cadet* must attend en "11-
Tornadoes on an even keel Feb. 25.Friends. and related areas
ttxe.V lean
tomorrow It teaches CJinpmentbefore\ /
when the going; la rough of Mrx. Pearl Anderson I The CAF otters acnoiarvnlpain qualify foP the Billy MIl<;hel1
: the bulB concepts of flyingthrough ;
His mind takes : will be glad to learn air- ,
,
analytical : ; academic instruction : engineering, languages Award, formerly the Certificate

apart an opponent's defense; t EurQess,1oi( that she is home from the hospital In aerodynamics and opens wide I port management, physics of Profl ellcy.
he's usually the first to react s4' Lora rI and Is visiting her daughter student aeronautics and aerospace
door
the to pilot status
when an opponent's offense! I and family, the Kasper II medicine. Outright ,.educational
Training In powered mght'and A Classified Ad in the"'I'tLE-:
shifts from one aide of the I Sappa. grants are also offered Every
court to the other.A Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Odum I in sailplane soaring is I I GRAPH bring results.'

real team player. Paul Is '4 4h. we in the North grown and help my once 1 and) family visited friend in

near the top in several team : y, n have more snow oivf cold school boy open his beautiful: Macclenny Sunday afternoon. I' ,

elaU Ucs. He has the squad's I recall the February funeral home. It was a great Mr. and (Mrs. Cecil Brown'ot
winter
leading foul shot percentage, h. and March months In Joy. Now I long again to see Trenton visited Miss Beth''

66 per cent and has drawn Florida with fond memories.The all his improvement and Dobba Sunday and attended BIG MAN.wrfHA! A

more charity shots, 112, than winter trees stand bare the church at Clay Hill they church here. I I .

any other player which have built. To see all the Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Griff .!

peaks well for his aggiesIveness | The yet memory hold of leaves. children I missed seeing in had as Thursday night sup SAVINGSAQCQUNT

and finesse Y -ra and summers 1903. per guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ,
Both April's green
'He also owns the second ? My life la easy and I am ry Dupree and 'Miss Sherry'
w'; r rw gold
highest scoring average at '1 locked In harvest sheaves. happier these days. I walk to Dupree of ,Macclenny. I '

10.7 points per game. The only 1 Are May-sweet rain church on Sunday. I go to Mrs. Alzy Thomas and ,

:junior starter, Paul l is secondIn ,f, :i Within.a New Castle, our county, seat daughter, Darnell, arid niece, I

rebounds with 7.5 per game congealed town, about elx miles away Ada Mae Thomas of Haw- ,
the earth.Lie ,
add second in assists with 78. In snow upon to be revealed on Tuesdays to the beauty thorne, visited Mrs. Mary Free

Team trophies are given In, A miracles has come tobirth. shop. I drive my station man Sunday afternoon. I
all these areas, considered by Tint r ,r ii When spring wagon and Gabby goes with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Miner! :

Coach Adkinson to be indicators i and daughters of Jacksonville )
till seasons me. It Is lots of fun. So the 1
of a'l player's value to the 1, I Through turning days pass. From Maine cornes visited Mr. and Mrs. LonnJe I

.team and Paul McLeod is in I man has found' New England Baked beans. 'Roberta Sunday. I !

the running for all of them. f That resurrection waits Our deepest sympathy to I I1MI' I
For Saturday supper.
''tttcLeod maintains an A Beneath an icy floor of Beans. and Mrs. Terrell on the I 1
in his academic work ground New England Baked of her mother f. f e' d ,
average death Mrs: 1l
,., 3'Va dry white beans.
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and has 'been' 'selected 'presi And back of stony gates. Ruby Dickens.Mr. l
dent of hi8'claa three tune*-- Paul McLfotl< hit two of five long Jumix-rn. In the l\hWl- -Bonnie May Malody Soak overnight Put the next and Mrs.( O. B. Gordon)
morning In a casserole with a 1
the eighth grade, and his clcnny gain, ono .a rrurlul basket just before! the game end Last night we had rain had as guests Sunday, their
and ,junior (cur- and strong wind and !a bit of lid or bean pot. Add 1 cup children Mr. and Mrs. Hal 1
sophomore ed. lie I I.* (thefftteiMlleit player on the varsity and In near the j
salt, Vi
rent) years.'He is a: memberof top In every utatlHtlral department.to I lightning. Out In the daik- molasses! ; 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoondry Gordon and son and Mr. and ,,

the Interact and ,Bible the rain beat upon my big teaspoon pepper; Mrs. Norris Gordon, all of ,
mustard and a piece of i
Clubs. front window which has a Palatka. |
the the Tornadoes would "move, salt pork. Stir well and cover
no man on squad, even wild wind
The ,
The slender 6-2 mania storm window. Mr. and !Mrs. Edwin Banks |
young I his the team's I the shoot lot and with water. Put on lid and ,
brother, Wayne, ball a more window In the
an all aroulld'athlete.: -ThisIs rattled the and son Edwin Jr. of Cheater, I,
at 18.0 not make floor mistakes." bake at 350 degrees until I
leading scorer points to
his second year aa a starter:. sun porch. Then It began Pa. arrived early Friday rot I
"We're erratic do real then reduce to 300 rest
on the varsity basketball squad per game. ; we turn colder and the Icy wind noon several days visit with his : !
"I've got a lot ot confidence well one quarter and then ." of day. Water may be addedIf
He started at flanker\ back and : seemed to find cracks around parents Mr. and ('Mrs. Lucien I
in Wayne. I feed to him a lot. But the Tornado stalwart they begin to get too dry.
defensive safety,for BHS 1966-i windows despite the storm Alvarez and other relatives. '.
[But as far as attitude goes we has more confidence In him- Good with cornbread.HELPFUL I How about you? A growing cash reserve-
67 state champion grid team, windows. The furnace beganto Michael: Dobbs and son visited -
treat each other alike," the self this year than last. His HINTS: Clean .safe and earning good bank interest in
and ho already owna two let- run to combat the cold. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard RegIster a saw ;
younger brother says. "That ball handling has. Improved, he all the your glasses once in awhile and in Lake ings account here= do man-size
ters in baseball, aa an. .out went to sleep with family City can a job
for other member feels, and he likes to be fouled
goes any with soda water. Try mopping
fielder and pitcher, and plansto of the team too;"" he added. because this year he likes to wind beating rain and rattle. a waxed floor with cold Tuesday. ; for any man,woman, or child! Be the smartest ..1
seek a third this spring. this morningthe Our deepest sympathy to
Paul Is. proud of the squad's shoot foul shots. When I awoke : Start saving here
Some Insight into Paul's philosophy wind was still blowing water takes up the dirt and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams regularly{ now. or ,1
field goal percentage over the Another thing Paul has confidence -
hardens the wax. Baking next payday! ,
can be gained from but the rain had turned to of the State Farm and Mr.
about 40 cent.That'a I In U the Tornado -
tough
year per soda is also good to scour sil
this) statement: snow. I remembered standing and Mrs. John Green Sapp and I Ii
almost unheard of I defense which. has limited i
"I try to pass ftt a lot be- In the Clay Hill school verware. Sprinkle and rub, family on the death of Joseph "
in
He
the junior guard atatea opponents to just 8 points wash.
cause I figure the closer you and then Hundley whose funeral was -
these months
thinks the Tornadoes should first quarter play on the. aver yard In
get to the banket, the better shone on my bare Greetings to all of you and Thursday in Jackaonvllle. Drew
the
shoot more "I don't ask for this sun
off !' age year. my girl, Edna Thomas at Sweat accompanied 'Mr. and
you are'
the head to warm we and give FLORIDA I
41 greater percentage, just
"It's hard to shoot Brooker. I'miss the Hill
over our Clay
life. Mrs. John G. Sapp to ''the funeral
> 'back
But he taljea 'a seat i I have confidence we me a wonderful lease on
"
chance.
t height Paul says, "And we've day News-must write to Shb'ley.My .
here some
know
can' hit. But we t
learned a lot more who's supposed Prayer: Dear Father, Harvey Williams of the '
But Paul thinks the, Tor- the sun will shine warm and '
nadoes aren't playing their' to do what. Coach Ad-, resurrection will begin. The send the Holy Spirit to watch State Farm and Drew Sweat I-: ] ; : 1:

kln.ton 'has stressed. that, he. the over us and guide us at all and) John Green Sapp attended I
FLORIDAThE'AT'RE peak yet. As he puts It, they tulips will come up and
adds.
haven't reached then "turn- daffodils will bloom and times that. we may please our church at Grace Baptist One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group j
Can the Tornadoes play under Father and do His will. In Church in Jacksonville Sun-1 I
Ing point. Spring); will be here.

-"I thQught wo had after the "We've pressure done? 'it," "Paul '!say-, Ash This" Is Wednesday Lent now"at and Bible on 'you Jesus everyone name 'Amen. ,, God bless day Mrs night., Earl Dobbs and Mis I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I

first Lure City game, but I citing the five overtimes In f service Love. I.ura.t8Let's Beth Dobbs attended a bridal I
little
had '
study we a
he
haven't,
guess we s8.yB. the Florida the shower honoring Miss Barbara
:'Showtimo High game of
-Weekdays 7 The Tornadoes fake .and placed the crown
dumped the home of :Mrs. ,
Tornadoes won, 4644. They also] Register at
$gn4 1' jOe; Saturday 1 City 71-40 in their first meeting showed couldn't be thorns on the big cross! over ;Howard Register in Lake City .,
they
L I this year, but lost the I I the altar. It will be taken off \ Go
panicked in the \vMatclenny; Wednesday night.
We
conference to the the Friday' before Easter.. I
championship
FRIDAY SATURDAYFEB. I Jones of Jacksonville
game Tuesday night when Paul Wayne

24, 25: an Tigers overtime iby two contest.points, 38-36, in and Dale Crosby sank field have plans a nice good things minister for us.'who He I was in Ralford on business An Experienced Voices/

Double; Feature Program goals In the closing secondsto revised .Gardening several days last week.
all'a
new
also
"At the end of the year gave us and Mrs.
stick close behind the leadIng Mrs. Alice Coaim
version of the New Testa More Powerful and Effective
last year we were playing at Wildcats. Junior Bruce Joyce Norman and childrenvisited ; ,

t our peak," Paul Bays of the Jackson, a first year man go- ment. It Is A new translationand By Hervey Sharpe, Editor Mr. and Mrs. Jack I I

'66 Tornado club which hasa ing Into his toughest game to one can understand the Florida Agricultural Extension Cason in Ormond Beach Sat- : for you in the Senate!

1 1 1 16-11 record. "If we could do date, cooly sank a charity shot Gospels so easily and the Service urday night and Sunday. I
that this year we'd be >In teachings of Jesus. andchlldl'en r
I to (bring the Tornadoes within Mrs. Jewell Register
good ahape.' one point of the undefeated I also went to the World of Lake City visited ,

He believes this team Is missing Wildcats. Larry Brown sank Day of Prayer at Springport Flower Bed her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. : LOOK J I

that final degree of "de-! two field goals m the closing Christian Church which Is a If the pain of stooping Is Karl Dobbs, her grandmother?i a

sire" and "finesse" He wishes minutes of the final period few miles from here. That is preventing the planting of Mrs. Mary Freeman and her

the church where my grand- spring flowers, then consider sister and family Mr. and at the record and "
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children went to Sunday a raised flower bed. Such a Mrs. Gerald Griffis and family '

School when small and! were Sunday. background of"RED" : ar
1 y bed around a tree offers pos '
I baptized. When they went to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yar- ,
sibilities. -
PLUS 301 DRIVE -IN high school they brought Construct an Inner wall brough attended the funeral R ,

their membership to Sulphur I and an outer masonry wall to of Nelson Faulkner In Lakeland CROSS: .
Monday.Mr. 1
Springs. contain the bed. Build the Ns.
,
What they do y I see it is snowing again inner wall fairly close to the and Mra Jeff Findley
OPEN 7:00-SHOW TIME 7:15 moved to Lake Butler
: : have
together ias.crime! out and quite cold. It will be circumference of the tree- 1
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students!\ 60c<< near zero tonight. I do not allowing ample space for tree We wish them happiness and
Children Under success In their new home. Experience: Effectiveness:
SHIRLEY 12 Free mind though, for my house growth. Distance between
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as
MacLAINE Is so good and warm. I have walls and height of the wall

Friday, Saturday! Sunday Feb. 21 I, 25, 26 TV to watch, plenty of reading depend on the!!) size of bed de Sunday Ernest Freemal'and guests! Mr. eon and, Cur-Mrs. '*" Fourteen ( l1)) years in l.eJtisUeceived: '" Florida Agricultural If

MICJU\EL Double( Feature Program matter, books and mag- sired. tis, and Mrs. Ruth Jacobs of lature nf Council award for outstanding (

CAINE"GAMBIT" azines and letters to write. Be sure that the soil Jacksonville 'Chairman" of powerful Rules wr\ice"'lo! agriculture 1965

1ft Have such nice letters 'dumped into the newly con- P
Karl Dobbs/ and son, Michael, Committee of Senate jtession.
from a dear friend In Avon structed bed is rich in organic -

Park It is ,a daughter of matter, but free of and A. M. Jones spent Fridayand '*" Chairman of Education "and 'Received" Florida Vocational Association ,
1 TECHNICOLOR: Saturday AS guests of Mr. <
Daisy and Fred Lang that I weed seeds and nematodes. ,
Mental Health Committees. award for outstanding
Aesysrht and Mrs. L. J. Mikell Ji. in I
,A Universal Picture boarded with so many yearsat Before planting, it would bea I
Deland. '*" Methodist member and service to vocational education lIE'
I past!
Clay Hill when I taught good idea to fumigate the
there. Her son Buddy Parrish oil. Several chemicals are ,Sunday Guests of Mr. and I' chairman of Hoard of Stewards. I 1965!) : session. :

SUN., MON. TUES. lives in the old home place available for the job.It's Mrs. CMallle Grlffis were Mr.and' .*. Mason Past Grand Orator of .
Mrs. Ace Richardson ..
and i Four I times selected' I by fellow
which I always' loved. Mable not too late to plant ,
FEB. 26, 27 28 Mrs. Pat Culbert and Fla.
Parrish is the daughter's gladioli. They will reward you daughter legislators! for the Allen Morris f'
P II mnn MM r r'- two children of Jacksonville '*" An Elk and member of theKnights 'I
and .she nice with show a
e name has a a of color in about award for .effectiveness.
I !!)
tl6a1tgg4g.eMWnelRlllfrTONY? \: wane and Lonnie Shadd.pitt. ::
husband Winton, and lovely 80 to 90 days after they get of Pythias.

children. i also had a nice settled in the warm earth. It ::1 '*" Graduate of U. of 'F. Law Col'Selected" by editors and reporters .f t'

letter from the mortician, planted be to .
now sure put '
CURTIS lege. Practicing attorney _in of state newspapers for outstanding I J::
Westberry Orlffls, once a the glads where they will get
Gainesville for past 21 )'e\h.:\ service as. a Senator."Red" :
school boy at Clay Hill and light, and broken shade when

ROSANNA he has been very busy, has a they start blooming. Tills will iftr

SCHiAFFIXO good business in hU flower Insure a better flush of flow : Cross Is Opposed To:

shop too. He is just fine andI ers.
'*" in distribution of track and tax funds I
Any change present nice gas
-..tMHuatmMitmtifixiimsmAimiVEDERCI was so happy to have a let Now Is a good 1 season to
1 ter When I was there to help Initiate an air-la}'erlnz: pro- \vhich would be detrimental to our "small, counties.

him open this funeral home, ject. This ancient Chinese
'*" Transacting taxpayers business behind closed doril.IIRed" ( .
.aala M I most of the furniture, caskets method of propagation is fine

a8 and such had roc arrived for shrubs and trees that are

\ I recall the office did not ]lazy in taking root Carissa home protection at Cross Is For:

1 have his desk and the telephone ]lychee, less cost with I
or guava are exam- a '*"
1UaICaW'W .M Adequate road systems to meet needs of our rapidly growing state.
was on the floor. It Homeowners Policy.'
ples.The
,.MumMincn & Werru.e was my job of course to answer operation is simple. Contact me todayl '*" Improved and expanded agricultural: research program.
the telephone and take Remove a half-inch ring of

Wednesday Thursday PLUS>> the messages. As the workers 'bark near the base of a twig, e '*" Conservation of our natural resources.!

MARCH\ 1, 2 were still there working a-lot ,41e a handful of damp sphagnum Merritt H.Williams I ... "
of the time and the phone moss around the ringed '*" Program: to permit more hunting and fishing' opportunities to public.

f fA MOVIE THAT YOU" Mfl-MA ETAIOTth'Y' tIOSI1 rang often. I wrote cut the area, then wrap the moss- ,r '*" Improved and expanded educational programs at all levels.Don't :. .

SHOULD NOT MISS! messages for West to read. I covered section with a pieceof .r", 117 N I

-JUDITH CRIST.on had .a pad of paper and I plastic Aluminum ,toll and ,
Swinging could not freezer .a.Walnut St. Take A Chance -
NBC-TV "TODAY" show write without a wrapping can also be I \ .

I L__ josmtume.-.. I I solid back to write ott. So I
used.Garden j !Phone
laurence H3MJY.( OI f K BOGaroe II went outside and got .a scrapof supply stores sell I 1

iuueCNf SBC I two by four lumber to put complete air-layering kits for /1 AI !961-5391 RETURN TO THESENATE
I
1 my pad on to write. Ha! It serious minded ;amateur I

worked, and I used It until CROSS

164"3iJI"!:! the desk came. Wes recalledIn propagators.A STATE FARM Q "RED" ,

his letter my makeshiftdesk I na and Casualty Company ,
.. I Mora WUcti aioamtof/ to*HUmfe
Ii1xf IMT P R'"w"" d.d"r Whoopee I "It' was such CliuiMiflml. Ad In the TELE- 3 (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
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FED. n. 1981 BRADFORn OrlU11'Ty''rEIL1rnZAPH.RTARII10. PLIkM/96A I'\OEI.: ELEVEN
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.v evv..vnvv..v.vvvvvv and Mrs. Barbara Hlnson[ In per, and Mrs. Mary McRas. FFA NEWS I ational agriculture students. Although, usually reeognizedas '

the loss of their uncle, Emory I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley \ The organization's activities a Revolutionary War 'gen

THERESSABy Johns. and daughter Lucy were recent NATIONAL FFA. WEEK are designed to help develop eral and our first 'President.

Birthday Party guests in Greenville, 3. C. I Vocational agriculture stu-I rural leadership and good 'Washington's first love was

Becky Newhamaaaalaaaa4AealaaaalAaAj Cheryl Grlffls celebrated her where they attended the wedding I dents -in Bradford High citizenship, and to simulate the faim. He was one of the

16th birthday with a party at of their son Dale to Cassandra I School will join Future the students to better first In the nation to practice

the community house on Fri- Kay Mathena. I II Farmers 'of America membersthroughout achievement In .their study contour planting, crop rotation .

Hope Baptist day night. About 35 young This will bo the last time I I the nation In activities and work toward successful fertilization, and other ';

New Life Bible Club la held' people were present. She re- I, will be writing <'the Thcresbn I
each ;Monday after school. ceived many lovely gifts. Refreshments i news. I'd like to say that I'' the Importances of agriculture other agricultural occupatIons -, methods. "

Please encourage your boy or were served during: have enjoyed writing the nova I during National FFA Week, James Allen, Reporter

' gIrl to attend and brIng their the evening. I for you. It has been a privilege"' I Feb 18-23. The Bradford: and Starke Bradford Chapter .,..,

Bibles. Personals! and a pleasure. I also tHunk "Agriculture Strength Chapters have 120 Inembers.
Sunday School 10 a. m. James D. Phillips, Jr. and' each one of you for the ,laws Officers are:
of America" la this year'sFFA :>rtTI<"K TO u..rlllllD: ,,
Preaching: at 11, Training family from :Miami: [ were visiting items that you've given me. Week theme. The will Starke Chapter: President'I FV:. CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD -

Union at 6:30: p.m., Preaching with his parents, Mr. and This Is what makes your col I to Inform Lamar Clemmons; Vice President -'I COUNT:. lI'URJD:
undertake
7:15.: Prayer Services Wednesday Mrs. J. D. a campaign I IN CHANCERY,
Phillips, recently.Bill
I l David Oriffis; Secretary .
the general public about Case No It-749
'wI
night at. 7:30.: Phillips, son of Mr. and umn.Linda Crawford will bo tak- I Lloyd Bryan; Treasurer, '' MARY nUBY HMELHUn: ::
the Importance of tllu agricultural -
SympathyThe i Mrs. J. D. Phillips[ hall recently ing your column. beginning this I Sammy Eunice; Sentinel'I Plaintiff,
industry AmerIca, v
community wish to ex- moved to Orange Park coming week. Please call your '" ,
Jerry Whitehead; Reporter, I OWEN EDWARD SMELSER
h '
? $ tht growing need for firming -
press our deepest sympathy to with his Job. He was also visiting news ''in. or send it to Linda. T ? ir i Gary Brewer: Chaplain, Defendant. ,,
of the and NOTim
!Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terrell of his[ parents recently.Mrs. Her phone number [la 473-1812.. _. and numerous Roger Rowe. j I To Owen TO. Edward APPEAR" Smetser.
:
-- wide varlsty Of opportunities
Raiford who were residents of ; Richard[ Cobbs entertained She will be waiting for your Bradford President .I Yon are hereby notified that
this community In the loss of with coffee and cake call and will appreciate haVIng Club/ Winners thai. exist ,in the brpad l fieldof t I 'Newman Chapter: Vied n. ,atilt for Dlvorro haM often '
I I Roping Trophy I agriculture for young men : 'Rdtti>y ; flied nunlnxt. you In the above
last Those included call her a'Mut
Mrs. Terrell's stepmother Mrs Friday. present you folks President Greg Alvarez; named. Court and cause and
Ruby Dlcklns who also was 11''i Miss Anne Bell, Miss your news. Linda la a Junior who have a background of you are required to serve a
resident[ of this community To,' Rebra Thompson, Mrs. James al BUS and the daughter of Pictured a hot u: are winner. of Bradford Roping Club' trophies for the month of I fnf'm expei'lente' and training. i Secretary David Scott; copy, ; of your anawep. or pMa.
several years.Sympathy Sparkman Mrs. Homer 'Brin- Mr. and (Mrs. G. 'L. Crawford, Jnnimry, : ((from left) AK s<.ntlnlfroph" ..; Jlnmuy-Mrown Hampton winner I I "We 'have >suoh an abundance I ;Tieasuier, Bobby Thomas PatrickSentinel [ : Plaintiff to the Attorney cuwnplalnt. Honorable on the .
Raymond ; .
is extended to the son, Mrs. J D. Philps! Mrs They are members of the for the age 8-12 group; Tommy Smith, Marks, 13-19 group; and Merrill (3rlffU to food In !America that l>ox orceh Starke. Florida and "

family of Mrs. Jackie Here George McLaughlln, Mrs.' NipSTALLIRC Laura Baptist Church and have !!Clarke 20 and over' group. _I people are taking'! agriculturefor < Chaplain Reporter. L. James J. Kite. Allen; file of the the Clerk original of In the the Circuit office ...
granted, fra d Mr. "Mar ,
lived In this community about Court on or before the 9th day
I lowe, vocational| agriculture The National Future Farm of March, 1961: otherwise. tnallpfatlona .".
3
rW); ,.;, :..J: )w, ';t'*,$ A't.: t> ;'.., :;1'.i''l" .:..:.:: As years.most of you know. Daddy J G. Davidson who recentlyunderwent pal'ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. teacher and jFPA advisor at).: er organization has approxl of said confused Complaintwill by
be taken
aa
: sold< the farm, ahd we are surgery in St.Vlncent.s .! Anders. They also Visited his j I DIES.& "Actually, farming is |. mately 450,000( members.

moving to town. Your now Hospital I is Improving brother and sister-in-law. GRAHAMMrs. now,,and always'hl\s.t.een. our with 9,000 local chapters in yon.Thin ,notice .shall. be published
'S CORNER be and Mrs.. Bill Anders and I 50( states and Puerto Rico. once. each week for four oonRnc'iltlve -. ..
/ neighbors will be Mr. a.id Mrs. nicely and ho'.wj! tot Mr largest and most vital Industry -, weeks In the BRADFORD

Dewltt Hersey and !arfl'. of able to come dome the latter Bill Jr.Mra. John Spencer and it |Is becoming 'Increasingly Membership in Florida Is 12- COUNTY TELJOOnAPH. "

Gainesville. I have lived here: Bart!\ of thee k. Donald, Henley of important ,with, our, 000.Future Doted, toe'r.CHARLES thin. 6th day of February -

OASIS LOUNGEYour close to 9 yea s. Theressa will Mrs. O. J. Phillips spent Salem. Wis. i visiting her expanding population. In sour'\ Farmers choose the A. DARBY,

always be home ,to us. I also 'part 'of the week wl hIr.'! mother, Mrs. William Reddish areHj particularly, most of week, of George Washington's: Clerk Heulnri of the M.Clrrult Moody Court

wish to .thank you all for the And Mrs Leslie Phillips and and her :wand Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Bar- the businesses/ and most of birthday each year for observance fly Pnptity' Clerk ...

CLOSEST Spot For nice weiner roast given in sons In Jacksonville daughter. Mr. and Mrs.I nes from Bessemer.. Penn. the jobs are basically !dependent of National FFA Week. (SEAL) 3-1 '

LIQUOR WINES BEER honor of myself and family Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore, Bobby" MoClellan for a few are now Halting! his parents.Mr. upon surrounding' t-9 41 ...,

Saturday night. Also tor the Chuck and Micky, visited Mr. days. and ''Mrs. D. Barnes. farming for their existence.! -,

Open 9 A.l\I. 12 P.M. nice ,gifts. It was given at'the and Mrs S. D Andrews in I Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Take awuv! the farms, andfor :!

and Saturday 9 A.M.: 2 A.M. conimunlty house and about 25 Wildwood on Sunday. Legion of Merit Cantner hive returned to all practical purposes you, .ul' lr i 1 Serving Florida
Friday
attended. their home In Vienna, W.
young people Mrs. S C I IDudl) Harley I would destroy the entire Since 1950

SPECIAL 'DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS Jr entertained for her son Award ,Given j Va. after an extended visit community" I 4

.vaVVVVV v.'uvvaewvLAWTEY Davis on his sixth biithdayanniversary ITo H. C. WallBrig with "her mother. Mrs Daisy "We' also wane in point eiorirlRa greeting Serviceffne.. :

OR QUARTS with a party. Parrish. Sandy Ewatt of MI- out." he added i "the !\\lm'Port-j'
.. ... .. ... 4 'ati
M1s'Parrish. .. .. .
ami is now visiting g YI X09
\ Twenty of his joung friends[ -. Gen. Harold C. Wall, ant part that agricultural 'rP"WsIYI'1P !
8 MI. South of Starke on U. S. 301 enloyei helping) him celebrate of St. Augustine, director of knowledge and farm, products)I i a
They had a grand time Mis. Kate Starling! hid as
the State Selective Service Hare 'played in the nation's '"
By Enza Hlanrhird playing and the main feature System was recently. presented guest Sunday, her soninlawand world commitments[< : I Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyWelcomes

alalaalaa.alaAaaAAaaA. 'Was 'a pony ride ,for each one, > with the Legion[ of Merit daughter Mr. and. Mrs, 'xt5; l1y. ''members of> the Eave!
Tht traditional birthday cake E. Ortanus of Jacksonville.
award for "exceptionally .j
Bradford and Starke Chapters Representative
GET CASH "Lawtey Junior High PTA lighted with candles was'i meritorious! conduct In theperformance Mrs. Thelma. Dyal t I. some- plan to sec l'e'apr; In=,, "Ph. &G45811v22 You and Your '.::
school cafe- what Improved after her ac-
will meet at the presented and after the honoree -
of outstanding mation from the; Mayor of, St. Family to Your
N.
Bay
I Tuesday evening blew out the candles It cident.
torlum on service." will
Starke the Inn ..
IMMEDIATELY Holiday
\. "
Feb. 28. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton was served with Ice cream The 'presentation was madeIn Dewane Barnes is on the display "National FFA1 Starke New Home I,4
in sick list. We hope he Is much
will have the program and punch. '
I Jacksonville by Lt Gen. Week" on their billboard, 10-
charge. John Tye. who Is a student Lewis B. Hersyey. director of better soon. cal newspaper articles and The :Stat of Florida -::::
The Hines family will have
Chinch Activities at Florida Southern I
the Selective Service System;I County Agent O. T. ,Huggins
IW $25 TO $600 i Orace Methodist Sunday College In Lakeland, spent:' during a meeting of the their' 'family reunion Sunday, will ,give us his radio time on I I It 'Is Our Desire To"Make You Feel Welcome and ".e
Feb. 26. Is Invited.
School 9:45: a. m., Wor- the weekend with his par'I'I Jacksonville Pilot[ Club. t Everyone WPXE. There will 'also: be a I To Acquaint You With Your City.
Mrs. H. D. and !Mrs.
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m., ents. Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Wall was singled out arnes parliamentary procedure deTonstratlon. -

Prayer Circle Monday, Dam. Tye and Pam. I for his 'outstanding service Charles Barnes visited Mr. ,"e

DO YOU HAVE. First Baptist Sunday Mrs. LennIe Ollchrlst of: from June '1955 through Au=; and Mrs. Richard Newton Membership: In the FFA Is If you are new in the area, a phone f i'

School 10 a. m., Worship Brunswick, Ga. spent the. which he and Mr. and Mrs. William
during
1986.
to make? : gust Brydebell in St. Petersburg made up of high) school voc, tall will bring you a prompt visit '
Too many payments 11 a. m anl: 7:30: p. m., week with her sister, Mrs. displayed: "decisive leader- .
Training Union 6:30: pm,, Mae B. Wells. Another sister( Wrirtnv and 8nrur''"v, .
$hip. professional compe hostess. Please give -
-1"09 bills to pay? from your'local!
'many
services Wednesday Mrs. Ruth Barthlow of Mld- i
Midweek
: tence and unique management THE RIGHT POINT for the: "
7:30: p. m.Church dleburg, was a 'weekend ability." A Canalfle! Ad In the TELEGRAPH the way :you write. Come In I her a call! She haa maps and many

DO YOU NEED of Gad Sunday guest. Wall's 'foresIght helped the bring. result. and select your favorite ES. I -
11 Mrs. George Roberts ,and free and "wonderful l gifts for you
School 10 B. 'm.. Worship Selective; Service, System of TERBROOK fountain pen.

EXTRA CASH NOW? a. m. and 7:00: p. m.. YPE sister Mrs. Pearl Booker.I Florida "through a pcriotf of Adjustable Yknrf Book I TELEGRAPH. 1 from local businesses. ==

Wednesday 7:30: pm.. Prayer were In Mount Dora Sunday great growth emanating. Covers All slws. 39 cents ea -

meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. where they attended H family from, a project to permit volt I at The Telegraph.<

LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Highland{ Baptist Sun dinner given in honor of untary. induction of, Cuban i .-l .... __ '1
day School '11:451: a. m., Worship their aunt, Mrs. C. E. Brooks',' refugees,,* the certificate;! a : _-- 'tIlL.

MONEY PROBLEMS:\ 11 a m. and 7:30: p. m., on her birthday anniversary stressed: and this action resulted -

Choir Practice 6:30: p. m., Miss 'Elizabeth Terry was In an increase in the

We Are Trained To Help! Prayer meeting Wednesday visiting her sister. Mrs. C.to. number 'of registrants AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY :

7:30: p. m. Rev Walker will E. Strickland from Friday Wall Was also cited' for his

speak over Radio station Sunday In Gainesville. I. "profound understanding -'

Town Finance Co. WZOK each Sunday 1:30: p. Mr. .land Mrs. James An- of 'personal management'! t '

I ders an>1 family of Palatka combined with untiring efforts -
Ph. 961.9091 m.We are pleased too note that were weekend visitors of his I and dedicated devotion '\UTO SALES&SEKV1CE:, ELtlCTRlC' MOTORS LADIES WEATR !I[ Office Equipment ".
226 N. Temple I I
to duty. It was further stated
I Hancock. Office
that he contributed materially ELECTRIC C herr q'11s" -
.
( to "the successful of the 'Selec accomplishment 'I Jeep Jeepater Motor Repair Co. Gainesville's: Most Fashionable! & EQUIPMENTlas d ::-

tive Service Mission, and to Of Onlneiivnie, ins Address Tor Ladle Dealer.-
Family of 4 Wheel DrlriRAIviBLER DRESSES':! -SUITS-COATS
the success of important; obJectives ReplLfrlnlr-Rewindln. Clar7-VIeIor--Tot..u.-
MATERNITY: WEAK
of the U. 8. Arnv," New anA TTaml : Adding :UachlruM.: 'Caloutoten :
OUAKANTKFIl titCCESSORiEBRidgway -tlERVICB-'NCNTAIA -
WORK:, :

WWI Veterans Motor' t Co'." 1030 S. Main -'Oalnervllla 7.'W 0 University Gainesville- SAVE rIME.DlacnI8e you?, =
with as first. -
Phone 8T28318Pdrni requirements
,
May FormBarracks '1139 S Main MOBILE HOMES 928 N Mat 8t. a ine vlU ":;

O.tlneSYille f'72-843J t. Phone 378-1551
Here J' ;
arttl: IndustrialEquipment MUSTANG

W. B. Davis of Inverness, "AINT &: ( LA$8BRASINGTON'
Mobile Monies 'I InclGainesville's
I Department 'Chief of Staff, _

,, Veterans of> World War I,'was Santa Fe Tractor, ;; 'Discount Mobile Liddell Paintt1ti1.ACOLDSMOBrLE -& :
here Friday contacting local '
'Home Sale* -Lot..
I WWI veterans about the Inc. Glass Co.
Inc. Purchase discounts on entire :
possibility of> forming a bar- r g R n chain guarantee huge'savings, KYANIZE TAINT'SGlassAllrrorsSlldlnf
racks 'Of veteran in Starke. SALES r it SERVICE: Falm'Traotone& Implements) ings. \ u.." ;:

The WWI veteiSns\ have a FIne Selection of Used Cars Ford Industrial Kqulpment NEW MOON CAPRLLA. Tub Enelosorw-Showsr OoewaWtndowsAwnfaieTCarpai

national ,membership of'236-; 1'aklf'On Cadillac Trades USED EQUIPMENT'' 'pAC1 tar ihltER -

000. and the Department of tool N.W, 13th.-Rt, 441PIIONR SALES PART SERVICES Used Mobile: Home -Low Wallpaper-UrefrentConsultation.

Florida has 145 local barracks 378C301CRANE PICK, up..A rXELJVERYI4WI Priced. With approved credit .

Taka a Damara,sport coupe orconvertima. Maka It a Rally Sport with hideaway headll hts. with'a'membershlp, of 14,306. N.W. SixthIiiJ.InMVwe loW 116 N.W. Sixteenth 8ft.
The barracks to
nearest: : 13thw '
? ? 4g20 N.W. North GAINESVILLE 872-8191
Starke "are Ocala, St. '-Augus -
Galnesvirle. "S78-1348
tine. Jacksonville and Gainesville -
4O GARDEN I SIJPPLIES CALL COLLEJCTMotorcyclesScooters
f.LAssLrNCbI
1
..
Nr-btEtoli4 : .
.
Only WWI veterans who
served t In the Armed Forcesof i UniVe1" ity-Glass-
A Service .
the USA between April 6, Authorized Sale J Johnson & Paris I I06 Inc.
\ C. University '<3aln viU. CVCLEHA1V1XMotorcycles< > & Glazing: Co., 'Inc.
1017 until Nov. 11, 1G18 are 'Phone S724291Crane's t: "* .rT I* .
eligible for "membe ahIP. i Oodvplete Line of MIRRORS

At a, rally .Jto be held. latein ,i t ti ,BEKD9-PUVNTS-; AUTO GLASSw.
- Tub Encloiiureei ShovrevDoor *
Starke. a full explanation Import In.eeUcldr 6appM YA.'f.UL\
; ro. Ston Front. '
*
of pension legislation now Volvo, (MerceJea-Beruil .rB tl"W
H \ ,, .tfERTIUZERS LUI9'S.. Main 'Gainesville.
Y ; pending In OJngr l8 will 'be r'tA'1'-HILLMAN SALES BErtVTCE8fS 876-8051 ..
: Rent'pertlliww;
discussed, along with all legislation : We Spreaders AdCESSdRILB .
OAlnesvifi .. -
1201) N Main :
j pertaining ''to WWI "fhorfe '372-4 : ':a04'N'.W.' 8th"Av i w.1vniwpity'.caine.vinePnoNE '.

veterans., S7Z-047 378-2811 'dtfl8a! & PAINT -

J A notice will in this
appear .O&tn-.tl1e 1I'Ia PUNTKOTB TILTS .
"at later date Beauty..Acmdemy -
paper a giving "t\1i1VPmS '
Vlnyt-Vinyl Asbesto Asphalt
tune! and meeting place for GLASS I iFioor Flnl hln. ProducrU
.
the 'riny. '
POWELL Long Distance 'M6ln.7 CARPET'

GAINESVILLE lanai CnymgeBtora.ro WALLPAPER
-

Malta It an S3 with Camartfto. new325-np.V8. Dr bath: SS with Rally Sport equipment. TV:- CWNTV JUrxjE'H COURT Beauty AcacSemyi 'w_ GLASS' CO., INC.'' "- Packing" ; CtMtlnlShlppUf Tenney_ Tile & Paint

I.V: AND FOR FmADKOHDCOUNTY. i, Leim slo Tour '
Profe "at.OaliMsvilla'
.: FLORIDA. a "EvIJtrtttINa"s: 'uXss'Store 'tf f7EC: eESPIMATEB!: CALL vvn JlW. 11th e
I ,Time. Full or Part Time
Spars 3734304Wlriddwi
\\ 8.In \r WHITEHEAD.f l'.tat.| of: -1...rnnail. DAY "& EVENING: CUASSESd : Fronts Mirrors HILL'S MOVING -- ..
Add these:; \ \ S MO\ 'ri<'H OK PIIOII ITUTO v. Sttding-Olass\ '
tl'\ : ,AU', PfcHHO.VS: IVTKnKTPKD : >w Tuition. Term Doom '00 Tub Enclosure' .&.Storage Inc. TRAVEL "
vor whatever else you like:,. \\\\\\ UUt.f1 ''iN THK. ESTATE '219 N.W. 10th Ave 3tf38 "N. '1 Vfdo Ed.j' ,
.
1.
Of HAITI I DrcCEDEVTr:: IMO N.E. Waldo IUU "
'. Custom Interior You art hereby notified, thata Gainesville 8782764CONCRETE GaJnentile S7 -20I4 C 1iiMvm.312-4471 House -of Travel,
written Instrument purporIn ?
I Sports Console to be the l In' wilt and ,
,1 teatafnftnfc' Of aald d.<*edortt ha. (PRODUCTSINSIST SUIiiL I INC.:
. Vinyl Roof Cover' I atei 9e hftn' admitted,! ...> probate In JA'NITORSSp iEk. 'MUSIC AIRLINES!
,vlotie this .court. You are hereby
4speedTransmission 11 THAT ALL YOUR
; .commander' within' elx, calendar !
o .GM 1rrFa'ttsluPlR
I I : '' : \ nce 'Music1 Co.
Stereo Tape System c.el1\ilIO month from the data of CONCRETEPBODUCTS : : Lipham R.I.
dtly the tint publication. of lhl ARE THE BEST FROM Ctr' 'CtirRentai.tAV.alOthB
command! notice to appear In thin court 'Chemical Supplies'Janitorial : aat.e! vine Shopping iletei.l l

..__n ...... ... -! -.. ........................... -.""--' .'.-.-..-'" and. .show why th..&.!)...nation. If any of this youcan. 'Edward's: Building'Supply 'Supplies Cleaning 1(0 'N. /Avenue No Charge: For Our Sevrlo*
-___ 00 811, court'' In admitting mid will : ChemfcaU JWax 'Authorised 1Yeek'-ry.8i80' to 8iOO

to prnhal should not stand Inc. Brooms ... Brushes'MOPS U.
unrv..k Baldwin Pianos Organs'! Sal. 6t.
dTh.ron A. Tawn Buck te .*- Reetrdom'Suppllee Guitars '. Gibson ''- Goya Ao
Chevrolet Int.u. COUJTY: 'JlTtCJH, '"718' 8. 'alaln-3724844OAINE3VILLJS JEc Equip>h.ent : ; Drums LUdwig Slingerland: 8426 W. Univlfatfy!'Aft.
Baldwirl First "publication on 'reb. V, OeJnwvtU 7Q( 'I 41TIIt1RSn"y
1957 !:, )'LA. 707 SB 2nd O'VIH 872-2186 render Standard Amplifiers,. *
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FLORIDA "HONE 961.7500a :
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Rotary Observes

62nd Birthday .

Of Founding ____ 9)[;

the Starko notary Club
ttmrkod the 62nd anniversary
of the founding of Rotary at

WVxlneuday.Us luncheon Rotary meeting la the: here old-, I ? LtrEr\\ _

est of been the founded service In clubs ChicagO., IllIn.g' \\- !

H'\_ on Feb. 33, IflOO.
C H. Nnaworthy, a charter
member of the club, reviewedthe cri r
30-year history of the
etarke unit which received its I
charter from Rotary Intel'national _
In March of 1937. I _
the milestone, C10 STd
Announcing I kTeirri+t: s
Clyrt* B. Terwillegari presidentof II
the club, said, "The Rotary I I .1
Club of Starke la linked with I -eke&IIaIt WeaTaOe fn GooiTkingiTo-( F -
more than 12,600 other Rotary
units In 134 nations around
the world." The clubS carryout I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES. GOOD THRU FEB. 25 WINN.DIXIK eTONe, -C0"Ylt'.NT-I..7'
their service programs Regular 29* "

united both Among through actions.:She outstanding Individual. projects and- I FOLGER'S A SHORTENING Cake l "MiG.; 41.Regular / .

of the Starke Club are


Bradford Rural-Urban 70 the; and annual of the County Boy sponsorship Day sponsorship Scout opening Fair'; Troop spoivaornhip of the of a Th COFFEE CRISCO No. 2Vi 2niE! 31.No. / .

Foreign Student exchange program -
whereby a boy or a blrl b
from some foreign country Bartlett Pears 31./
3-LB. CAN
e
Is given the opportunity to r a 1-LB. CAN
attend high school here each _1 46-oz. Can THRIFTY MAID

year.As another feature of the. ; Fruit 41.No.
program., Col. James A. Griffin sinks! / .
of Camp Blending gave a. T
'talk on all phases! of the National t. Cons TA -
Guard organization,both A '
national" and. local In observance Tuna Fish
S 31./
of Muster Day, designated J't' .
each. year. for February
4-oz GLENN FARMS STEMS & PIECESMushrooms

22.He: pointed out that the ] LIMIT ONE SHORTENING OP YOUR CHOICE WITH )
Army of today and is Air: the National best trained Guard ., i, LIMIT CNECOFFEEOFVCURCH01CEWITH S3 00 OR MORE ORDER $5 00 OR MORE ORDER \ 4/1./ 1

and most profesclonol National :
Regular; 29* No. 303 Cans ASTOR
Guard ''the country has
ever had, as well as the most
operational that have In beep terms taken of tasks ovar I't LAND Or 1. GERBER ORBEECHNUT o Green Peas 4$1.SUNSHINE / .

from the Active Forces. rr Reg. 29 1 1 Mb. Pkg CRACK GOOD
"JI Is also the hardestworking
National Guard we have TRAINED Saltines
2/49x/
ever had/ In terms. of training, l.i .
type of training, and Army !
and USAP training standards A O a a Reg. 29* 13-oz CRACKIN' GOOD CHOC SNAPS, GINGER OR
Food
attained, far"In excess of anything BUTTER Baby I '

reserve ever components: done before program In any,'' Oatmeal. Cookies 33
Col. Griffin said.
I II 1-lB. QUARTERS : : f 4'/z-oz.' JARS Regular; 29* \14-oz, CRACKIN' GOOD CHILI &
I

Brooker Confer DegreeOn Masons .Y Soup Crackers 2/49/

7 MembersSeven ;p A Regular 296oz.\ DIXIE DARLING

candidates received a? V Raisin Bread 2/49x/
their a Third meeting Degree of In Tina Masonryat 11111Lodge r1 0 for .
No. 9, F. & A. M. In Regular 25* DIXIE DARLING SEEDED BROWN' N SERVE
the Brooker community cen-
ter Tuesday night. The 1e- LIMIT WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDBt. Dinner Rolls. 2/39/
gree work was handled by
the team from Bradford Lodge
No. 35, Starke. Reg. 69 PILLSBURY PLAIN OR SR 18-02. Reg. 59* QTS. DEEP SOUTH -Limit 1 Mayonnaise of Your Choice w/$5. Order

were Those Carroll receiving Leon: the Atkinson degree, I Kraft Grape Jelly 43x

Roy C. Carroll, Ted D. Big-I FIJ 5 "IB/ 5S ,[ Regular 35* *V.. REGULARArrow Mayonnaise 48'our
.JJam, N. 't:.. Hayes, Jr., Rich- BAG
Nard A. Mayben Allen Stanley O e. Towels 2L9/ .
.preen, all of Brooker, and -
Tommy Mobley, Lake Butler Reg. 45 SOUTHERN BISCUIT Plain&.SH! :=:Limit 1 with $5.00 Order Rj uir! 23* l Reg. 66* QTS., KRAFT-Limit I Mayonnaise of Your Choice w/$3.Order
chicken was
A fried
!. supper Marshmallows;
served 'to around 100 members I i 2/39///
and guests at 6:30: p.m., pre

.u some ceding. Attending 40 the visltmg ceremony this) Masons event< from were I I Flour e ., .,0 V 5 .':G' 381. Mountain Syrup 49 Mayonnaise 581.

lodges in the surrounding area

FRESH PORK SALE FRESH PRODUCE I
Sam Webster
FRESH PORKPILLSBURY LEAN MEATY PORK U S. No. I REGULAR WHITE FRESH FIRM, HEADS
Enters Race For

Dist. 16 Seat i Picnics LB. 38 Spare ftibs .49* Potatoes 10-48* Cabbage 2 HEADS 29

Sam Webster of the Mea-
dowbrook-Bellalr area near Vi PORK LOIN SLICED INTO FRESH PORK U. S. No. 1 REGULAR WHITE U. S. No 1 YELLOW

.;fringe a the Republican District Park,16 has candidate neat qualified In the for ash I I,, Pork Chops LB. 69* Steaks LB. 59, Potatoes 20B( 88* Onions 3 "*. 39*

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House of Representatives in '
I' BOSTON BUTT HORMEL CANNED SWEET JUICY MILD. SWEET -
the special primary or. February -|

28. j' Roast ""-49 Ham 3 CLN 2" 5 29 10
[Brad-ford !I I . Oranges BAG Rutabagas, < .

Baker, and Nassau countiell.1) WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS 2-lb. Bag 3 MINUTE
'Also 16 seat qualified on the for the Rooubllcan!! !I U. ''s.
Lake ticket Is Rom Rowand of !,i CH019LEEF Apples . -19* Popcorn . 29*
City. I u. S CHOICE I-Z CARYl
In announcing his candidacy -
Webster saId that the '88 Gr. Stew u.791 SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR '
Roast i ". : *
main Issue U holding theJlne I ....
that on the taxation.way He to believes better U S. CHOICE CLUB OR.SIRLOIN' W-D HALF 59F: I
schools, better roads, end less) : ICE CREAM GAL. :

federal Through government a more efficient control:' approach isI- Steak ". 98 Gr. Beef 5 PKG. $199 o o e CTN.

) to the affairs of gov- .....'
vernment. I Pkq. of 6 SOUTHERN BELLE (Save 10f) SHRIMP 10-or. Pkg. ASTOR CHOPPED -'
2-lb. loaf

ter free._,A has enterprise strong advocated believer system.getting. Is Webs-the the i'! KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE . 99 Burgers 59? Broccoli 51./

government out of competition COPELAND 5-oz Pkg. 25* .10-oz.I Pkg. 43*.. lb. pkg. 2lb. Pkg. PAN-REDI BREADED (Save 20*) 10-oz. Pkq DIXIANA WHOLE

added the line with will on business.taxation.deprive the Webster Holding federal -)I!I Cinn.I Rolls 25 Bologna PKG. 59* Shrimp 2.29 Baby Okra 51./

government of Its powerto 2-Ib. Cup SUPERBRAND 1-lb. TARNOW WHOLE HOG 10-oz.) Pkg SWEET JUICY l 10-ot Pkg ASTOR

,Having compete\ resided with' private in three enterprise of I I I Cott. Cheese 65 Sausage 69x Strawberries 4/$1/ Green Peas 51./

the six counties of tti.- dla-1 I
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SLICED NATURAL 12-oz Pkg TASTE 0' SEA DOWNYFLAKE (Pkg of 6)) 10-oz. Pkg. ASTOR '
6oz. Pkg.
trlct Webster said he has a I>

the Rood problems working and knowledge.; situations.of''I' Swiss Cheese 39* Fish Cakes 31./ French Toast 39 Succotash 5/1./;

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA

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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FFIL 23. 1967

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Crystal Lake Clay Electric Grievances Aired

KEYSTONE HILITES Civic Club L_: Ii. Announces

By Jim Fox Plans Course I Rate ReductionE :

Please Phone In Your Items 4734148Engagement By-laws were adopted at a .-Y .5 Airport Lease To Hunting Club

called meeting of the Crystal T Martin. general man &j _

start at 1:30.: The club han Lake Civic Club held Thurs ager of Clay Electric Cooper Brings Lots of Talk No Action

., extended an invitation to any day. Feb. 18. Plans were ative announced thlj week r! ,
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r .. person who. would be Interested completed for a 12-hour that the board of trustees .4

... In attending this informative course on Medical Self-Help had approved a $100.000 residential No decision was reached: In the committee.

lecture. to be conducted by Frank rate reduction; effective a bow hour discussion Mon' Other Incidents mentioned

The Woman's Club was I Williams, Bradford County March 1. day night of the Keystone by the committee were\ bullet
honored to have as their Director of Civil Defense, assisted Following the co-ops) obJective Sportmen's Club request for holes In the airport hangar,

'j guest speaker, Mrs. Albert by Ray Chance. Clay of providing reliable an exclusive lease of approximately poachers hunting the airport
Huth of St. Petersbuie:, State County Director of Civil De i.I electric service at the lowest 2,200 acres of the at nigrht and out of season,
/ President of the Florida Federation fense. possible coat, this reduction Is Keystone Airport.Representatives. and drinking parties being

) of Woman's Club. The cuub has adopted the -i. the third In five years." Mar- -L ; of the held in the airport.

The meeting was held on rules and regulations of tin said. Previous reductionswere ; hunting club met with the Morgan and

.\\J Tuesday. Feb. 14 in the Florida Boating Laws for ,a made in 1962 and 1965 Airport Committee of the another hunting Rodney club: Hall.

f Municipal Building. Mrs. safety program to be enforced -I =--.- -- "Our cooperative has a reliable A Keystone City Council In an sentative' defended the repre-hunting

Huth who was Introduced by on Crystal Lake In the Keith; WheelerOn rate consultant firm to attempt to work: out arrangements elub in those Incidents
Mrs. Sara McDonald' spoke on I I future. Honorary deputies make a study every two of the lease. But confusion -
,; "Federation Frosting." In addition have been appointed to aid GOP Ticket pears" Martin explained reigned during the entire also.Both
to the many accomplishments In policing and enforcing "The Increase In volume of Candidate (right) with Gov. Claude Kirk discussion. the commutes and
of the Federation For LegislatureKeith electric combined hunting club members agreed
these laws. power. Committee Chairman Huntley
Mrs. Huth also Included Three additional memberswere of Green with efficiency of operations Thomas Announces For LegislatureRalph Redfearn and Councilman- that the public has used the
Wheeler
other successful events In her welcomed to the club. make these reductions feas I Charles Donohoe. tContlnuec On N""t" Page]
a memober
Cove Springs has announcedas Thomas of Orange Bar Association for 17 ,
years
Announced "frosting on the cakJ. ible.
The next meeting will be of the Safety Committee
Mr. and Mrs. John P. The Keystone Woman's held at 10 a m. Saturday, a Republican candidatefor At the same time, the Park, candidate for State as well as Federal and American cited several examples ol
Florida'! House of Representatives
the :
Knight of Keystone Heights Club has been asked to take April 8. In the dining ball at in Distiict 17 7 Board of Trustees approved the Representative District 17. in Bars, Thomas practiceslaw persons who broke rules established KEYSTONE
of
Republican primary In Park, where
Orange
the charge of th Cancer Fund return of
announce engage0 [Clay. Bradford, Union. Columbia February 28. is basing his he Is the first elected Repub-
their Drive this spring. A general the
daughter. Pamela. to property owners In the area :years! of 1051-52, It could never be determined
Baker, and Nassau campaign on the "dire need lican officer In the history of
Ronald Marvin Homer chairman will be appointedat to
son are Invited to attend. amounting $18,325(18.( If the hunting club members
Counties.] for a good working relationship Clay County holding, the post
of Mr. later date. Electric
end Mrs. Marvin H. a cooperatives are were for
actually responsible
Homer alao of Keystone.WOMAN'S On March 8, the annual Also announced as a Re- member owned, nonprotltmaking' betwen member of the of Justice of Peace won over the so-called Incidents. HEIGHTS-..

CLUB NEWSC. spring meeting of the Alach- For the past 25 years, publican candidate from organizations. All revenue legislature" and. the' Govern his Democrat opponent in Donohoe cited an nstance
Father Bicknell has conducted District 17 is Ralph L. Thomas or. the November general elec
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Russell Mason an offIcer ua Federation of Woman's paid for electric serv Sunday of several hunters he
of the State Audubon Clubs will be held at Park-of- retreats, missions of Orange Park.A Ice In excess! of the cost of As Oov Klik's campaign tion.Thomas ,. found in an area near the
Society, will be guest speaker the-Palms. Registration for Schools of Prayer and graduate ut Clay County providing that service must manager :In Clay County and has lived in Northeast airport runways. The hunter's MELROSE[

I at the regular luncheon this affair will start at 9:30a. : Young People's MlssJolUl.YOUAN'S High School and St. Johns be returned to the memberson chairman of the Governor'sAdvisory Florida for 22 years I lease does not include the
River Junior College Wheeler -
\ GOLFASSOCIATION Committed Thomas which has made him .
meeting of the Keystone a pro rata basis. Capital aware triangular shaped landing
Heights Woman's Club: on m.Winners for the Feb. 16 I is now a history and gov- credits were previously returned says that In this capacity of the critical position of the formed by the airport's three
On Thursday. F b. 16. eminent student at FSU he will be able to work closely small BUSINESS
Tuesday Feb. 28 at the educational session of the Duplicate I for 1948-49. N.:) mar counties at this time. runways 01_* the Bov_ _Scout__
building of the Community Bridge Club were: let place members---__ __ at__ the____ _CsvLone no! .__n__..,. He has been active politi- gin was credited: In 1950) due with the Governor to pro- He now resides in Orange camp on crystal Lake._ n ,
Church.Mr. with 98 V4 points Mr. and Heights WOA qualified for cally since 1962.: and was an to severe hurricane damage. tect the small counties! In Park with his wife. the former 'DIRECTORY
the Christoffer's Tournament outspoken supporter of Barry the big-county dominated The councilman said he
Mrs. Gordon Adams: 2nd place Emily Reynolds of Keystone -
Mason's lecture will be
Ooldwater In 1964. lIe became legislature could not determine if the
with 90 points Mrs. H. T. which Is an annual Miss Wilbanks Heights, and their four
"Wild Auto Sales & Service
on Birds of America
Dent and Mrs. Hogue.St. event at the club. In the first chairman of the FSU A member of the Florida children. hunters he found off-limits :!
And Their Preservation. Young Republicans after,I were members of the Sports
Anne's Episcopal Church round of competition Voncllle Weds Paul Huff SPRING MOTORSComplete
Luncheon will be served at
leading an all-out fight to man's Club or not. The
Ketch won her match with
I 12:30: and the lecture will Rev. Herbert Bicknell O. H. Mildred Sutton; BIllie Dan- get the organization out of On February 4 hunters. claimed. Donohoo Service & Parts; ForVOLKSWAGEN. .
will School of
C., conduct a
prayer at St. Anne's Episcopal Is defeated Kathy Reef earn: the hands of "left wing ele Indians Close Out Regular Season said, they did not know they .
Freda Wyman defeated. Jan ments" on the FSU campus. Miss Martha Jean Wilbanks were in a restricted area. "If ::1*'. For A Volkswagen
Church. Wednesday.:
SCHEDULEOF pn Wheeler was Republican daughter of Mr. and Mrs., W.: Hunting club We Have It." _
Batts and Zee Toles defeated spokesman
SERVICES Thursday 1-3. at 7:30: and.p. Friday.m. each March night. Martha Hayes. candidate! for the Stats Senate H. Wilbanks of Frostproof became : With Decisive Wins Over Pierson Don Morgan told the committee Always 1'lentof Good Used
the bride of Paul
In the former 24-county 'A'j that all Volkswagens In Stock
PARK On Saturday, March 4, at 2 On Thursday, Feb. 23, the hunting club
Huff, of Mr and Mrs.
following ladies will play the 6th Senatorial District last son members know the boundaries Green Cove Hoi-Inn. S84-M09
m.. there'will be a Young
of-the p. I fall. and captured 23.000 Omar A. Huff of Melrpse, ,on i Keystone Journeyed of the lease.
to Melrose
People's ,Mission. winners of Feb. 16 matches: tories over the Plersoii girls BEAUTY SHOP
Saturday. Feb. 4. .
,PALMSSUNDAYS Lucille Starnes. Fran Chea- votes. last Friday and added an and boys varsity teamj. Another Incident was the
Father Blcknell. wno l* a Rev. James Fink performedthe !
I slnston. Louise Gallop, and Repeating hs theme of the easy victory, 68-21, In a non- The Keystone girls. In the shooting of a small dog owned KEYSTONEBEAUTY -
member of the Order of the setting
against a
ceremony
Fran Livingston. last election. Wheeler states: conference tilt that regained by visitors of Airport
preliminary, overpoweredtheir
Holy Cross. which is a religious of white gladioli munis and
On Friday. Feb. 17 the "The only Issue In this campaign thern.. ''the top spot in area non-conference Caretaker Homer Satterfield. SHOP
11:00 A.M. 7:30: PJW." community for men of palms. oppon-
is taxation. We cannot
Class
following members attended C competition.The Morgan said Satterfield'sLetterToTheEditor
ents 58-32 and completed the Edith Johnson. Own**'
the Episcopal faith has been
THURSDAYS afford new taxes." Nuptial music was played by
Indians have
the monthly 9-hole golf-a previously In the
with 10-4 record.
season a PersonalA
7:30: P.M.FUNDAMENTAL. Chaplain of St. Andrew'sSchool I round. at the Golden Hills He added that he will not Miss Vicki Gornto at fhe or used the Melrose gym for This goes Into the school's Feb. 16 Issue of the Telegraph : Creative
St. Andrews Tenn., Gilbert
The soloist, Mrs.
support a tax Increase. "We gan. their home
Golf and: Country Club In games and appal'ently athletic history, along with Insinuated that hunting Hair Styling
for the past ten years. A Reed was accompanied by
Ocala Fran Chesstngton.Vonollle must tighten goverl1.nentaloperations had not lost;the feel of club members
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BIBLE TEACHING this year's Junior record. asa were responsible IstdlvUoal Beauty Car
of New York University -
graduate
;, to stretch the Mrs. Harvey Finn at the piano. home'court"
General Theological Ketch, Joan Wright of the "old as goal for future teami The for killing the dog. y.ry :Form Of Beauty Culture
All Services Held In The and; Millie Tuttle. Mildred Button power of the money the state Miss Betsy Huff sinter Trlest. Osteen and Hewitt 1937-68 team just might be Morgan denied hunting Open Tnea.-Bat. 9-5;
Seminary. Father ,. Zee Toll _'Vwtba, Aiken now collects," he said. the groom, served; as maid ofhonor'wearing hit In the double figutes of club members- ,
Congenial Atmosphere Blcknell, was ordained to the s, r the one to break this record won rt.! . a pale yellow
. Martha Hayes Fern Oarber, 13, 14, and 10 respectively. ble for the dog and said Sat-
Of The Lounge. I priesthood and later entered gown overlaid with white lace. as the girls will lose only one Keyrtone Height 473-4M9
Su Dwyer and Lucille Starn- Ernest Moore was high for graduation.The terfield's letter was In "very
player by
the Order of the Hob Cross. She carried bouquet of pink
NEWS NOTES Melrose with 25. BOATS MOTORS
es i varsity also ended regular poor taste. Morgan said he -
Four ladles from the Key gladioli. The JV's won fche prelim season play in a surprisingly knew the persons responsiblefor
1-- By Helen Egan Mike Tittle was best man. inary In a hard-fought 38-32 BILL'S MARINESALES
Club placed in the easy 73-50 victory. eliootlng the dog and for
Donald Williams and Gregory
C. C. COOK tournament. In the A group game. Four Indians made the killing/ a doe deer on the & SERVICE
JEST BUYS'!' % Voncllle Ketch received 2nd Huff served as usher. Score by quarters' : double figure mark. G. Brokas airport property but he declined "The Fun Fleet's In*
hOMEMAKERS The bride 1n
CLUB given marriage
was
low-gross honors; Vesta KHS: 12 18 20 1868. was high with 18 points, to give the names to Chrysler Lone Star Boats
Aiken tied for low putts. In The Clay County Home-i by a friend, Connie Mc- Melrose: 6 11 17 17-61 followed closely by d teenwrth' Chrviler Motors
AUTO SALES makers Club of Keystone the B group. Mildred: Sutton ISand Hewitt and Service It Part. for
won the first low-net position Heights held Its monthly pink faille overlaid. with white The Indians; played host to Moon with 14 each. STYLE All Outboard
4. at Electric Hall lace and carried a white orchid I WELL'SIliway
Jllway 100, Keystone Height : Lucille Starnes received meeting Clay Branford here last Friday< The varsity closed out with SHOP Corner Rte. 21 A 29Melrone.
15. President on a white Bible. ,
the honors for low putts on February night and added l three more 11in regular season play I ) 21 Melrose 475-4857
Mildred Introducedtwo Following the ceremony a
'66 GMC Pick.Up, Short Wheel Base congratulations performance.I I for the fine new members.Payton Mrs.I! Pat reception was held In the educational gate.wins The to the JV's school'a started aggre the to setting Join new the JV school and 'records.Keystone's Olrls In.I For PLUMBING

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clean rick Strter and Mr*. Ruby building of the evening off with an over .
Very 8,000 milea seatbelts On Sunday Feb. 19. members varsity unlike the
Koplck. anl two visitors, Asst. church where camellias and I ANNOUNCING .
whelming 44-10 victory that The
of the Golf &
? back-up lights, windshield 4 CtOC Keystone ; JV and Girls teams wjll havea
I Homemaker Agent used in decor- of New
County greenery were Opening
their series
washer heater _____________ $ Country Club participated in ended 1966-67 complete new look for the PLUMBING
the nine-hole, AnnUal Oeorge Mrs. Donna Duelle, and Mrs atlnir. The brl.-'e's: table held a with the best record ever '87-63 season as the entire Lady & REPAIR SHOP
Marie Nicholson of Benham, punch bowl :at one end. anda To Your Door
Washington Silver Tourna made by a JV team In Keystone' starting lineup Is composed
'62 GMC 3-4 Ton Stake RackV6 Ky.. house guest ot Mrs. three-tiered wedding cakeat history.JV of seniors. ', Who United Plumbing,

Very Clean $995 ment.Winners for the mixed- Emily Ison. the other. standings In Class C The Indians' post-season'I Cares Inc.
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Mrs. Agnes Cundct and The biHe's book was kept competition haven't been
couple tournament included: schedule starts here Saturday I
Mrs. Grace Van Bmklrk, wlw ,,b Miss Reda Tiller. Mrs. Mike Harry H. Goodwin
compiled yet but It 11 believed -
1st place Mildred Sutton when they face the winner of
61 RAMBLER, 6 cyl. Only $360 and Marshall Gallop; 2nd attended the leadership Tittle and Mrs. William Mc- that the Junior Indians' Friday's Melrose-Hawthorne Open Moo., thru Sat. Owner & President

meeting in Green Cove Inuphlln served punch, while 16-4 recod! will be the leaderin I New Construction. PlumbingRepairs
place. Martin Hayes and in
These are Also EveningsCall
game. games Thursday .. Electrlo Sewer and
62 CHEVROLET Intel eating Mrs. James Fink
II NOVA Springs, an and Mrs.
gave this class. Keystone has
Huntley Redfeam (these two t GUYI effect "sudden death" affairsas Sink Cleaning; Machine, Dram
2-Door Hardtop Real Sharp. teams had a sudden death and Instructive report on the Alderman served the cuke.Out several outstanding players each team will play until I Melrose 475-5285 Line Cleaning*.
monthly program' on "Light- of town guests included who will be pushing the 1967
play-off: which took three defeated or go on to the state For Appointment PHONE 4734418Rfc
holes to determine the winning Ing." Plans were made for Mrs.' Pnul Huff and Mrs. An- varsity for a place in the Class C championship. 1, Box 290lisystone
PHONE 473-4936 team]; 3rd place Zee the Spring Tour of the CU nl, McDonald: grandmothers starting lineup. I Height. Fla.

Tolles and Bob Hayes: 4th County' Clubs to the Sheriff, ,f the groom, both of :Valdotn The girls clinched the Su-

place which was determined Boys' Ranch at Live Oak or .f Oa. .. wannee Valley Conference CONCRETE
sudden March 1. M'mb"r :an'1 For the wedding: trip. the Championship as the easily
by a death plsy-offj I
Pansy Hawes and. Ray Star friends Interested: In attending 'brMe wore a light blue suit defeated the BranforJ girls Keep Hawthorne Concrete.
PURCHASING please call Mr;* Paytor "" Ice arresso'les, and the orchid 49-23. & '
nes; and 5th place Fran Supply Inc.
at 473-4202. Hostesses for the firm her. e-: ,
corsa The Varsity also had an
Chesslngton and Don Shack-
AGENT leford. coffee snack were MI'!!. O". easy time as the seniors REDI

EXTRAORDINARY Following the tournament, neva Chab and Mrd.. Elli amassed an early lead and, LK. Edwards Jr. !MIX

., members enjoyed a covered Oerst. of Alachua County School then turned It over to the I CONCRETE
'TW dish supper. ANNUAL SILVER TEA Camp on Crystal Laka. Since 1967-68 Varsity to finish !the Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne

That's MomtEver HERE N THERE The Community Church Mrs. Courtney's brothel and last conference game: with a! 481-2932. 2031

Mrs. George Schaeffer and Annual Silver Tea will be bride have now returned from 10p-a1ded 60-36 score. i

daughter Martha Jane visited held on March 9 In the educational three months California trip Moon and Hewitt, led! the Electrical Sales.& Service

with the Schaeffr's older building 2 o'clock. she is visiting in the Houston Indians with 18 ai.d: 13 1 STATESENATOR
daughter and son-in-law Mr. A* this'Is the /social! event of Driscoll home In Keystone: points respectively while O. Yeoman's Electrical

and Mrs. Henry K.: Magann, the. Spring season and J to a Heights.Mr. Murray with 17 points was /i: : Sales & Service
Jr. of Jacksonville cud the seated tea reservation' should and Mrs. J. Stanley high for Branford.
I Magann'a Infant son Chris I be made early. The program LaCoete had a surprise visit Keystone Is runnerup In Frlffldaire Appliance
topher Sean. will, be,under the auspices of from Mrs. LaCoste'i nleve the Suwannee Valley Con- I Maytag Washer

Before going to the Ma Miss Thelma Bolton. director and husband and three children erence as two of their 101les'l 13th Zenith and Motorola TV

gann's home Mrs. Schaeffer of the Stephen Foster Memorial the Gerald O. Rowes ot were to conference Slagler Heaters

and Martha Jane stopped by at White Springs. Miss NOrfolk. Va. They stopped Greenville. ,- : DISTRICT"Protect I P. O. Box 166 MelroeePflnno

I to visit with old! friends and Marilyn Bridges Is general overnight on their southern Score by quarters: 47.4-SSTI

former Keystoners. the Bill chairman, with Mrs. William I tour to Fort Pierce Mrs. Clare KHS: 13 14 18 IS-60 :' NURSERY

Da vies. Mrs. Davies r Lucille]] Reynolds assisting. The Mathews of Newport News. Branford: 8 6 10 12-39 '

I accompanied them to visit young matrons of the churchare I Va. Is spending the winter Pierson Bows I O.C. Carnes NurseryHlway
with the Maganns. directing this year's silver with her sister and husband. Keystone finished Ha regular -

'I Mrs. Davie Is presently associated tea which Is worthy of a the H. R. Barnes of Keystone season play here Monday Your 100. FTorahome

I with Terry Parker large attendance. Club Estates. night with decisive vie.I IC .:t 23 Mile. SB of Stark.
I Reservations be made Nursery Stock Thoyj-
how-Mom I High School faculty. In the may The Joseph Steins, the
wonder does it how she keeps
with Mrs. John Bird! chair ands of Plants & Fruit
Houston Drlscolls.
position of librarian. It is.. Interesting Mrs. J. W. HomesteadExemption"
the family so well dressed always has the : to note that this is man: Mrs. Arthur Ketch is Van Buskirk and Mrs. Clara -" II 1 Trees to choose from. Nice!

"Extra Cash" when a crisis comes up? It's because i where a former Keystone chairman of refreshments; Mathews enjoyed the Valen. < Shade Trees. Evergreens

she's a shrewd shopper and a systematicsaver. resident and teacher Mrs Mrs. Richard Sunderland.tea tine Day Party at the Senior / ovlncetown.. ''I & Landscape Plants. 'All

Puts money away regularly in a savings Martin Ramos [Helen) is also table: Mrs. Don Morgan Citizens Club In Starke last |wif M.....Cl..wmeuo-.,iat.If I L in containers Plant afiy-

account, where it adds up to all the things the a member of the staff a (assisted by Mrs. Jack Haber- week. Mr. Drlacoll: was _-= ..'.OuttiirMnl..O...NlOfrt.. .Mt..uu.*..".*. Let time. Camellias do Se landscapingPhone uaMea.I .
aa
small
family needs. guidance counselor.Mr. stroh, the guest tables crowned King of Heart and t' I your
and Mrs. Charles' Mc- chairman: ; decorations are Mrs. Van Busklrlc crowned' I 884-2165 _

Olave are entertaining Mrs. being arranged by Mrs. J. Queen of Hearts. RE ELECT USED CARS

KEYSTONE STATE BANK I I family McOlave's Mr.brother and Mrs.and George his John Miller Ruffini.Wrinkle There and will Mr be. Bertham.Mrs. Marie Ky. Is Nicholson a house guestof of r\11.1.\ a :, i I L. K. EDWARDS JR. I Hanks Used Cars

Blackwell and daughter Cindy a nursery for small children. Mrs. Emily lion In Postmasters .. --, I

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. I of ChurchvUle, Pa. PERSONALS Village. Mrs. Nicholson BIG CASH DISCOUNT
Last weekend, Mr .and Mrs. Marion Courtney of did substitute Postofflc Better Home Furniture Co. STATE SENATOR 13th DISTRICT TERMS

TourTrlendly Bank Mrs. Frank Ottlnger. campedout Tuckerton N. J. has been a' work for Mrs. bon who was 1200 8. Edgewood Ave. I BUY -. SELL TRADE

In Your Friendly Community! I at Blng's Fish Camp winter visitor of her niece the former Postmaster of Jacksonville, Florida 32205 (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Rt. I Box 99Hwy.

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1'\1':1'. ': R.\DFOR ooramr TFLEoitArn. STARKK.: FLORIDA
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:N"; I 'i-7l I ;; DlvlnlnnCAMUIUIX1ISPORT'
Billy. of Oak Park. Ill. just they want complete controlof -.YTYTYTTTYTYTYYYYYYY Womack and party of Atlanta long, weighing in at around held Wednesday night with I nursery open). Tralnta TT SAV1NO8:
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returned to their home after persons entering the airport Mr and Mrs. A. N Fellows one to three pounds apiece. Mrs. Ed!: Simmons touching I ton, 8:30: p. na. (tnurecry open IIA.'I K.plaintiff a corporation,

spending two weeks with and the authority of arrest INDIAN BEACH of California. Oils Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Werner on Missions home mission Rev. Lawrence Carroll V N

HILITES' Mrs Ebel's parents. Mr. and so that violators of hunt- Browning and Roye Wills of are expecting their daughter begins March 8-12 :Rev. pastor. JOHKFH, ux. et W.al, ANDR WS. HI.it .

Plant and Bill Daniels and husband MI' and Thomas Moore' Field Secre
Mrs. Raleigh Zike. Mrs. Ebel Ing regulations may be ar Lako Sante Fe) City |lr..nrlantsMI'I'H
will be remembered as the rested. ( and O. W. Martin of Miami Mrs. Frank deist/' of Junction tary at Santa Fe River Bap- .-nnnrrTIYPI
for the '
rrrom proceeding Page] former Janet Zlke. He said that two members By: !Michael If. Clillty were all fishing from Grif City. Kan. this Wednesdayfor tist Association was guest THE elect RIGHT favorite POINT E8TKR-': STATTU! 'H OF 01"FLORIDA.Ml ITTTTft

Recent 'guest of Mr. and of the Clay County Sheriff's! Ph. 4752171vyvmvyvvyyvvyyY fin's Lodge over tho week a week's visit speaker Sit Brotherhood meet- your TELE- TO: JOHBPH W. ANDREWS

which is located between Mrs. Bill Slmeral was Mrs. Department are members of end. The specs are biting Mrs. Hugn Si.po's sister and supper Monday' night. BROOK fountain Write Come pen. In and l lftRAPII. Ill : und fain NINA wife B. ANDRKWH -

Crescent Beach and Plagler Slmeral's nephew, Pvt. Charles the Club and that arrange- good and running big In size. and family, Mr. ard Mrs. WRY you. WI .peseff IItreet'I'1'ton. !

Beach Mrs. Ottinger report Ferrar of Long Island. N. ments are being made to Involve This is your rolllng-I'eport- : They are being caught on Ralph George and daughter. .

that they pent the entire Y. and presently! stationed at some Bradford ruthor- er asking!, "Have your heard I "Yellow Jigs'. "Countdown." Tammy Ruth of Morriston \(nricnICVOW I TO.MAHAMS. I N. .w ,JiTney notified 08008 that

weekend fishing In the ocean Ft. Jackson S. C. Mr and I Ity. Other members of the the news?" I and small "Rapalas", as well spent Sunday visiting. with DINKCTORVInterdemonlnationai IJ : M"'YR,"roturv 1 tllllt cif' t.!Stnt 0 ftliu u Yon cult,lire him hereby heen filed atfalnxtvnit. "

and the Inter-coastal waterways Mrs: Simeral and Pvt. Ferrar Club are licensed game wardens Well, business wts rather as live minnows. Mr. Griffin the Hugh Sapp's. a: tula. ut i'lurlda;
were entertained at the home he said or soon will be. slow this week. we only had says the big bass are biting Mr. and Mrs. David Rape Pilmlttv, null Ic'rei"that' 'tlon.a Klml will'I bo Npp heldon <'Inl bY( outred: llhat to fllo you your are heru-an*.

On Sur.Jay Mr. and Mrs. of their friends. Mr. and The hunting club Intends two guests over the weekend. around the out-side edge of spent Monday out on the Community Church Dr Tiii'Mlay' Ffhrunry 2$. IliilT.( 'I l-r with the Clerk of thin
Watson entertained Victor Balsamo. the trees. Alan Griffin went he ,o-f, filling VL'tfl'I'N "- "Court., a m to aerve a copy
Walter Mr. Howardof lake fishing. Their friendsMr. for tHirpime
A. B. mJndator Mrs
Mrs. A. C. HoSt .
to plant a 100 acre wildlife Mr. and: : In IjHulBlHtlvc orrU'of ( theieof, upon the plaintiff. or
sorm' friends at their homeon Mr. and Mrs. Slmeral were I management and feed area: Starke visited the Chit- fishing with his uncles. Bill and Mrs. Rogers enjoyedthe George Comoro organist! i tho Klorlilu Htate Senate plaintiff* nttorneyn" whoa. ,

Lake Geneva. Guests who Sunday dinner guest cf Miss I they had 25 acres last year. tys for their Saturday night Martin, and G. W. Daniels fishing trip with them. Sunday School 9:30: a. mMoortn.ng nml the KlorlOu HI>UHH of Ili'li- name find. ,AU"mlrlreii".(tlalll.rd I IA. l\rncI."n.1000(

were present to enjoy the Elizabeth Almlndlnger of' were I they caught 35 specs. You Mrs. A. F. Tvre tells me reH"nlHtlv I 1I.I'R.lnl.
However no cattle could be card games. The games Worship 11 a. m A Hmvm! SpoHiil, 1'rlnmryKindlon Atlantic Cou..t Line. Build in ,
fish fry inc1udeMr: and Park-of-the-Palms. allowed to graze 'the area or pretty well divided betweenthe I might be Interested to know that her son Earl, who is In HTuree y open both hours!. If nuiM'KHary' will !lthetil > J.U'k."vlll, KlorldA. 82302..
and an.1 Fresh Tu ,. Mrs Paul Tyre son, I wantto the Florida Game theNavy flew back tc. Spain on < .
the club will not be eligible men and women. 1 IB6 unit, a III.eclal|. Election I you full t''" do( -ho. derrrni.ro
Mat Mr and Mrs. Roy Tyre. : for reimbursement from the congratulate their son. Water Fish Commissionsays last Tuesday. There he will -Presbyterian on TitamlHy .MHroh. US 1VA7' ( ccmfi.KMO will bt 'Pnterodatrnlnitt

Mrs Paulette Martin and NEWS NOTES I wildlife management pro- Michael, on his engagement' ; specs caught from San- board the submarine for Faith Presbyterian; Church IS TUSTI.MOXYHI3nI5 hereunto Hot!':- you III the for the eolflIllliflt'The "rlff' (danmndeil -
> ,
daughter, Ruby Mr. ani:! Mrs. gram of Agricultural Stabilization to Miss Linda Ruls of Starke. ta Fit Lake are the best tast- three months of sea duty. -Rmr J. R. Neale Ji. mtn- DH niy hand I have and ruiiMt' .11 l thrcnt nil lUll' of mild milt being

Everett Fox and 'son Jim., Conservation Bryant' ing specs anywhere. We hope Rev. and Mrs. Al Steuart's t ftel MW.. > WUlar,. or' Hen I of the Suite nti.'urlIa for the formlomire tot a'' tnortitn -
B. O. Halverson of and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jean Griffin is feeling better to 1 I'f affle l m e 'n'o"II..rln" ths follow-
and Mrs. [From proceeding Page] Service Morgan said. The were in Jacksonville ever the i weekend guests were :Mr. and ganist; Mrs. Carl Swisher TiillulliiftNiu. i the\ t'iuiil tot', I 11101' (ti'ntTltu'd> ,'1'111 \feropTtyt.ivt : :
Onlnesvllle club is paid $300 r-tr: acre visitingMr. now, It sems that she backedup Mrs. Cecil Donaldson, par- summer organist. thin tinTenth HIIV i I'' I < Pour, !liloclf Four,

Ctl \SE MORGAN Benham. Ky. from the federal wildlife 'weekend. and, Mrs.they Harvey were Coker. against a heater and ents of Mrs. Steuart. The Sunday School. 9:4, } a. m 1..I1'.ull.Y..l A. t>.. t d7SKAW i /SARATOOA Tnlt: T>v?o. HEIrtHTS laocornlnic I to,

('FLE: RATES SEVENTH Charles R. Bell of Bowling conservation 'roirram.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Jenkins burned herself. Donaldson's reside' in Stuart. Morning Worship 11 a, m ( HBCRRTAHV: OK !HTATK: : pint theruof tutfarited! In
mitTIin.W Norsworthy was Mr. and Mr. Thomas Sunday. C Nursery open both TOM .\L.\. I* I Plat Honk. 3. 1'l\rl8' ?II. of
-- ---- -- Green Ky. Is visiting his faa 'Henry
The c'mmJttee1:1: visit visited with friends ://-78 :It :t.2O'I'II'f1 the public nirnrdi. ' ciia.se Morgan. son of Mr. sister, Mrs. Ison, for an extended the airport with representatives Aurora 111 who were in Kissinimee home lot the weekend from Chamblee and six children hours. ford Count t'lorliln.Toncthcr .
an-* Mrs Don Morgan entertained at Cedar with all Htrncturcninrt ,
time. After- Jacksonville, where he I Is now spent last Sunday
of the hunting club on Tuesday. .' .$ .nml
.conal
-Fpi .UF.IUI"Y' S I. Improvl'nient novj
friends at a birthday Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mene- shol tIy, It was decided. A wards they visited friends in employed. Mrs. Ret held at his home. on and .
party fee of Unlontown Pa. are will then be made Petersburg. The Jenkinsare worthys sister, Mrs. Knthleen Charnblee's parents. MI' I', lI. 1 Keildlah.,I I-Ih..lrt..r llrailford nil flxtur noW nf her aft riittiirhctl
decision St. .
Sunday. Feb. 19. The guests Grant Rothhammer. WorstaU, vicar; R. G. OopeWJMI ', Florida. unriVr nnifl ,, to or tuNed In eon-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. whether to give the chub the spending the winter' in Mclnnes of Ocala, is visiting Mrs. organist. ( oiJitY of Writ of J 1x'utl"nto. ne.I"u with the prent8i'iS h.r..
and l virtue
enjoyed refreshments Van Busklrk. Mrs Menefee exclusive lease they liave requested their son's cottage. her for several da.vs. Jim While there they enjoyedfishing Sermon Ioy.... WitlOxHcutlon: m de ,irll>i.' Morning pniyer and l8..lh.
games. Buskirk Johnson of Lake City was and quite a catch 43 (HBUetl 0111 l of :MmiillC'lulnn following
and Mrs Van are prize i
to least the acreage Jeff Miller won third I household which
',
or 2na 4th Sundays ( )Ilfl- appliance.
Present to help celebratethe sisters cattle as had ._ .i. .T,,.,',,,. .iTloh. Division__ __ vtaitlnir__!_____ the_u_ _Norsworthv's- on fish in all. and Court of Ilrndforrl to' II finaljndgmi'nt nriand. hall bo deemed, to
for grazing
on ptimuiint
LSSC flA&'t .n- 9:30 Florida
.u [
ty
: a. m. open.
Clare.
occasion Tern nursery ofhi
and
were Mr. Duncun and a part
Saturday. and Mrs. UlarmmtCmnpiitiy fixture
Mr and Mrs. E. J. Shipley exclude all Science Fair with for HoutHern lie,
to the
been done. or of
Tern Benntt Pam Cromer visIt Holy Bucharilt\ and sermon Hturku, and ntrulnxtH : :
and Mrs. Ruth Olissman of Jeff Mr. and Mra. Ruben Lewisof t family left Monday for a I.? ( "k'ltJhen fan
exhauSt ;
motor. .
Kim Linda Rufflni persons and simply operatethe simple electric 1st and 3rd Sunday, 0:39: AlL f i rewn, and Ji'iinett" Crownrleri'iirliintH. 10"
Rutledge
Somerset. Pa. were recent airport. the only one below the Ft. Myerw and Mr. and with relatives and friends I In th.. amount,, ofl.l.'ll ,I'nleman, fiU.UOO BV; apace
Janice Methvln. Lynn Davis. ;, was Jacksonville Winter Park Kissimmee[ [nursery uipen]. ChurciSahool. with all coHtnof hoatcr.WITNK.
guests of the J. W. Van Bus- to receive ap1'lze. Mrs. Phil Pettit of I In : : 1.41 toKethor
Don Christopher, and the Mrs. There is also tne possibilitythat ninth grade weekend guests of .-..,A g.. .. "' ...........h"_...", l 9:30: A. M. "}wry Euoharlst. <'oIlpo'tI.'nHave : ; my henS' and the
kirks. Mr. Shipley to of were '' --
honor guest's brother and the 2.200 acres will be We are very proud I i&M 8 a. m. each Sunday. wlxed and have In mypoiiiiuMHlon ,.>nl or mild, Court, at Stark,
VanBuskirk's brother. and Betty Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barton. I Ralph Cason spent some the followliiK de- Florida, thin 14th day of Feto.ruiiry. .
sister Soot and Tamara. Weekend guests of the divided and part leased to the ; you Jeff. Max; Jacksonville Dinner guests on Sunday time with his parents' last Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. M I r IM.rllied.. ,property to Wit: :<. A. r>. 1 U87.

Mrs. Joseph 'Marron, Jr.. VanBusklrks were Mr and hunting club and part for Gowan and weekend son of guests of- were Mr. '*nd Mrs. Robert weekend. Other guests of the I each Sunday. EYC. 6'j:= P. M nn 1! No.Korit usAiHitxou'! 4 ilonr .xmlun.. S cyl.in (Heal Chance of tile A.riri-ult arhy Court)
were
of Rldgewood. N. J. Is spending Mrs. Virgil Greghouse' of Gary cattle grazing to Horace Davis all enjoyeda Ward Mrs. Calvin Ward and Casons was A daughter MrS.J. each Sunday Title No. 311111:HI I Clerk of the Circuit Court
several weeks with her three who also appeared at the Millers. They Freddie Watterson all of V. Ford. Last Thursday"(! a Dally offices of Mornln/ Tog No. ,.20911!( BT: Uimlnh! M. Moody
who
Ind.
were on a night bar-b-que of the nbovi
Saturday AM the" property Clerk
sister and brother-in-law. week camping and fishing the meeting. bit of every- Btarke. childhood friend Pet* Ha- and! Evening Prayer, 8::00 A nameS defendants and that on Deputy

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuber trip to Key West. The club has leased hunting with a, little to Lou. Fred Thleman was! down gan visited with them M. and 3:00: P. M. Monday, the 13th nay nf Mnrrh noon J-16--41--3-'
thing] according twelve o'clock
1967. nt
of Clover Lane. entire airport -
Mrs. A. O. Loudon entertained rights to 'the Mr. and Mrs. Harold John- over the weekend. working on Mr. Hagan, formerly of Pa- -Lutheran on said day at the MoNt entrance -
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. her Nell Pearce Circleof except for the two reserved his house. latka. now resides in Nor- i of the nriulforj" ('oufliYCourt
down Lutheran Church of
of Gainesville wete Key for
son r Kill offer
Gibson, of Largo, were visiting areas. for two years ends first wood Ohio. Mrs. Cason remembers HOIIHC.
First Baptist Church on over the weekend enjoyingour Well, so my stone Heights; Vicar Richard nila and null to the hlirheHtbidder
last weekend with their February 14. Mrs. Edwin F. and that lease has three month as your rolling re- when Pete's father 1 for fUflh In hll nd, I tU'above )
nice weather. On SundayMr. Meyer minister; R. G. CopeLand -
eon-In-law and daughter, Mr. Hubbard hostess for the years to run. i It certainly har gone was Sheriff of Palatka and riewrlbed. .. |pr''ery t of ald 7ozC&666
: was and' Mrs. Charles porter. I organist. defendant, to mil I Inl'y the' aforfBa.li -
end Mrs. Bud Beeler. Fay Taylor Circle the same Club representatives con- Schmitt of Starke and ''by fast, and I am certainly his great uncle was chief of Divine worship, Sunday 11 Kxecnllon:
Mrs. E. McOreevy of Bethirtwn. tend the airport can be better Robert Kelly enjoying writing it. I hope Police. Mr. Hagan Is visiting Communion 2nd r, n. KfddlHh. Sheriffilradford
day.Dr. daughter Mrs. a. m. Holy County Plorlda2lli '' '
Pa. Is visiting! with and Mrs. J. Albright utilized by the hunting club and son of Gainesville. were !all of you have good luck with relatives and friends in Sunday of each month. 41, 1-6

her brother-in-law and sister Jones of Swarthmore, Pa. are because of the Improvments down. fishing this week, and until Melrose and Palatka. Services held each Sundayat .

Mr. and Mrs. Frank N., visiting Mayor and Mrs. Al- they will make In planting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns next week, heres Let'onLEEON'S Tommy Jinkins former St. Anne's Episcopal IN Tfin "CIKrt'IT" COfHT CUI-i.TNt ''
Price, of Keystone. stoppedby 'I I> Foil IIRADPOIU I ) !:
bert Nelson. cover crops for wildlife feed. in CORNER resident of Melrose. .
were spending the weekend Church Keystone ielghta.Fla. 'rv. i.ioiuttA.
Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Redfeam said the council "Henry" last Sunday and visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haw- their trailer home enjoying .
Bachmann at their home on Is interested in op. with a few friends, Tommy
I fimof Moultrle Ga. are visIting primarily the fishing and company. Honey was born.
Lake Geneva are Mrs. Bach- Mr. and Mrs. J. O, erating the airport. One of our neighbors returned One sunny morn. his bride of three weeks, and -CatholicSt. That'8 Our Business
mann's sister Miss Helen I that day another young married couple William's Fr. EdwardA. GLASS
Clark. Mrs. Hawfler 'U Mrs. The Committee was also Sunday after being And ever since

Dlttmer of Appleton. Win.: Clark's niece.Airport shown a registered luck system away from, our lake for four He gets his kicks were on their way to Kirby priest in charge :
-'Wi nan It"c
and her Mrs. If It's Glass
sister-in-law the club would install If From knawing sticks. Panama City where they reside Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist.
weeks. Mrs. C. C. Strandberg
R. F. of New
Dtttmar York
Lease they get the exclusive lease. was visiting her daughter and And everything else Sunday Mass -11:30: a. m. CALL WRITE VISIT

City Such locks cannot be dupli son-in-law.: Sam and Doro- From tin cans to clay.A Myrtle Chamberlin of Mlc- Wednesday Mass --6 p. m. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Loralne Dey was home Brings Lots cated. Morgan said: keys thy Butler and, son of Ormond dog named Honey? anopy called on Mr. arid Mrs. Monday Miraculous Medal -

from. FSU last weekend.Mr. Of Talk would be distributed to all Beach. Also visiting the Butlers Now you think thats funny. R. M. Cason Sunday. She is Novena 7 p. a. Inquiry We Design! Modern Store Fronts

and Mrs. Cecil Harper parties having legitimate access was Sam's mother, Mrs. But If you knew what I in town visiting with her class, 6:15: p. m. .
and daughter, Harriett, spent Just Mail Us A Pattern ForTable
niece and family Mr. andMI' Befjre
Confessions Mass
to 'the airport. know. : C
last [From preceedlniT Page] S. D. Butler of Ambrose Ga.
weekend enjoying the ]
Dock Tison. I: and TopsSHEA'S
Mrs. You wouldn't call him on Wednesday 'Sunday
Others representing the The Butlers brought
sights at the Florida State
Fair In Tampa. airport for years despite hunting club were Phil Cro Strandberg home on Sunday Fldo. The Mable Pearsall Circle Holy Day Mass-- a. in.Baptist .

Earl Mecklem of Pittsburgh locks on the gates. mer of Keystone Heights and and Mrs. S. D. Butler Sr. is He likes to bark. Meeting WAS held Wednesdayat -
"There have been Pa. formerly of Keystone Worship : Sunday
number of Incidents I don'tknow
; Sometimes I think.He's Smith. Mrs.: A. J. Wither-
The of the club'smembers Just as they started to eat .
Heights Is visiting with majority 11 a. m., 7:30: p. In. [nurserj
how fellows will
you crazy as heck. spoon was in charge! of the
his sister Mrs. Marge Tracy.It police it," Redfearn told the are residents of lunch more company arrived.and When I'm feeling Ibnely: program. open). I 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FK2-4353'
Mrs. Strandberg'sions
Keystone Heights.
Is Interesting' to note that Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
club members.
And I haven't got a dime. Church wId I' Mission was
Pasel. Lee and Gregory and
;
Mr Mecklem was one ofKeystone's Members of the Council'sAirport
The hunting club Is askingan
I Charles Louise and Paulette." Honey gives me love and
first mayors, and exclusive lease to the en- Committees are Red- -
friendship
They had great time visitIng -
his father was the flrsc mayor. tire airport except for the fearn, Everette Fo.and a I
and with all the help. 1 And makes me glad he's

I runway area and the Boy Walt Thomas. 1 Mrs. Strandberg got all the mine __
Mr?. Robert Ebel and son. Smut rnmt Miriran said
mnn_____._ clennoH__ tin that hart accumulated .
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,re-- :. : I gone. We are while glad she to: have was r.YTYTTYYYTT.yyy
.,-- T I ., *. iJ ,< -
I her back and she says she is WFI.ROSF

',- L.. happy to be home avaln.: ________ ____

Mrs. Jewell Rose and her By Sally Rothhmnmer4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAA '
0'"'' i
-,,,.-- 'parents; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. _
I --' _
-.. .. White, and Mr. and Mrs. t *

.... David Lowery were down
Duplicate BI'ldge"Inners
"'- ,-- from Jacksonville last weekend -
', '., The Lowerys were getting' last week were: 1st place 'r1

Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs.J. .
lined up with a place to staya
P. Vose. 2nd place Mrs.
f few weeks this summer.Ed .
Paley Boyd and Mrs. John _
---
Daughtery of Macclen- Strawn. 3rd placeA Tie- -_ 1I
ny. visited the Arthur Lut- -Th
Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs.
gens family over the weekend -
Phil Kromer. Mrs. Emery I
Other guests included :
Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Lutgens
Mr. aaj:! Mrs. J. L. Price Sr. !
arid family Mr. and Mrs. Joe 4L
I and Mr. and Mrs. J. L PriceJr. _
Stevens and family, and Mr.
and famllv snent SunJav::
and ,Mrs. Fonden Daughteryand evenlnInJacklln llie--visiting I-

family >all of Jackson _
with Mr Price Jr sister
ville. Joe and Lucky went
and family, Betty and Kelly
fishing and I
caught around

IRRIGATION INPUTINCREASES twenty specs. Nail.Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Ford
Mrs. Boy E. Cret>shaw,
and Mrs. Ada Ford attendeda
Cricket's sister visited the
OUTPUTElectric relatives funeral near Mad-
Chlttys last Wednesday. Mrs.
son last Tuesday. Mrs. Ada
Crenshaw brought my grandmother -

Mrs. Atha Copeland. R.Ford V.did Ford's not accompany home as she the Now from American Motors

irrigation systems, the most troublefreeand home Crenshaws.from a visit with the plans to spend several days ,

convenient systems on farms and visiting with relatives.
groves, hav
Sissy Reddish spenht the

proven profit-making, labor-saving production weekend with her grandparents Mrs.nice Ida aurprlse C. Whitehead Wednesday hada the car that wasn't there.This .

tools highly successful in increasing Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
when frlehds, Mr. and Mrs.

yields. An always-dependable electric ., spent Carpenter.last Mrs. Carpenter Charlie Dye and Mr. and
Tuesday In Jack
motor is easily controlled with a sonville, vllstlng her daughter. Mrs. Charles Choldemeyer of may well be the most important news to come This will save us millions of dollars-and we and our

time clock ) Mrs. David Reid. Jacksonville dropped in for a out of Detroit this dealers the
or float switch. ,. visit. They were visiting the year. are passing savings along to you now.

Claude The E. L. Elsenachers. the John Dye's next door. Mrs. A major gap has developed in today's automobile This means that the Rambler American 220 two-
Martins
the Bald-
See your equipment dealer -.-_ wins and the Cecil Copeland Whitehead'S guests on Thurs- market-a gap that no American-built car is filling. door sedan that yesterday listed at $2,073 now lists

or contact us. E. 1 family of Archer, spent Sun- day. E.was Dumalne friends,of Mr.S-t&rke.and Mrs.A. Because this gap exists, over 1.000.OOOcarbuyers at $ 1,839? It means that today, your Americana

day Mrs.in Mary Cedar Dunlap Keys. of Jack- I'. Mrs. Nancy Boss' has been year have not been able to get the car they wanted: Motors/Rambler Dealer has put new price stickers

,: '5'r\ sonville, was visiting with spending several days visiting a car for the American motorist at a list price competitive on all nine Rambler American models.
with her
niece and family
( ,- Mrs. W. E. Kite on Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Olynn Roth-, to foreign imports. For years, Rambler American has been the best
Mrs. W. A. Yawn and sister I
-
and brother-in-law Ruth and hammer.Mr. Today American Motors' new management and value in an American automobile. Today, priced

-- .- -- f- Tom visited Mr and Mrs. E. 1 and Mrs. Fred Able's nearly 2,500 American Motors/Rambler Dealers
c house guests for several! days competitive to imported cars, it is the best automobile
..,. B. Watkins last weekend.
1 will I were Mrs. Mildred Mater of are filling that gap. : value in the world.
They return to Bath
t. T -r C. on Tuesday.Mr. 8'1 Chicago and Harrlswood A. As of today, we are limiting future changes in our This week on ;television, promised you excit-
OJal of California.Mr. .
and Mrs. Charlie Dye and Mrs. Seeber Bran- Rambler American line to essential changes that will ing news from American Motors.

of Mr. and Jacksonville Mrs. Charlie Beach.Schol-and ner of Valdosta parents of further enhance the safety and reliability of these cars. This is only the beginning.

Mrs. Reed spent'a weeks visit

demyer Mrs.of Ida Jacksonville' Whitehead, visIted last- with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert MAKE SiMCA....10013,.... VOLIISWOGLS ssotfr opil.:; 40(40(.Model cuNrIN C SMIRidAN CSMRLiR VALIAST ,ISO 8lIflI.d tALO( ($ CORVAIC SOOICHFVY. II 'hO' I
46 (
Reed and family recently. 2.d. sedan 2 ,ir. ,:elin:, _Zfr_, ;Si;'!1'. 10'.d., .. .. ,.:_ _Z.d'_ _H_T._ 2-dr. ..dan .
Wednesday. Mr. Dyes brother PHIGt (lo..I.p", mo.i.l4, 51631" _SI 39$1 II9Y $llhiS'. :> $1&39"" $$2117.I '" 4i
,- -----------' 4 The Episcopal Parish House $ll1'i" $?42t' $2152'> I
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR owns an orange grove near will be the meeting site for CURB IUIGHr (,n poond") 1609 116-1 161.1 1923 2669 2idO 26M 2525 2165 I I I

I "FLAMELESS"" ELECTHIC.., came Mrs. Whttehead.down to get and some\ they or the A. A. Group Saturday at OVERALL LENGTIOn_nche. ., 1495 _lhOG 1616 II>dO jsl 0 Id84 (Its 3 1813 180 I I IwHIEI.Bsf
.
_OVERALL WIDTh' on .nch 58 5 (;06 b19 64 9 / AMERICAN
irs CHEAPER. root J"TASM eETTU anges. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 8 p. m.Mrs. __ _708 /1 I 13 2 69'F 11 3 4
.
\, Dumaine of Starke, former B. \V. Revel tells me (I' nche') 8'3 94 5 9S l '
'Si
CJ-: neighbors of Mrs. WhItehead I that the specks are on the HP I NO Of CYLS.52i7' 53 hp/ 54 hp./ 63 hp I 1211 hp.' 1 115 hp I 105 Ilp/! 95 hp120 hp 4MS.S5ADOIt

visited her rest Thursday.The bed now and flshinx: good. 4 ryt I 4 tvl 4 tvl. 4 cy I 6 cyl 6 cyP 6 cvl 6 cvl 6 cyL. MARLIN

FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY Orlfflrw wall '! Saturday in one boat her eon PAS (N..tM. CAPACitY 4 4 4 ) ,, j,,,, 6 6 Ii j 5 ti Start IANISIII&AMLRICAN

"""" damp arid two of hU uncles went I Port[III'f E..re"O'II O..n 1I.h' .mpol. let', liii ?M. us. ... .
HELPING u ft" .nClud.d ilt"ot'iial I. .1 .n OIelON3S 5qeglflst5j. I .""""v .r'l.. ..1...
BUILD FLORID busy ftj usual with thre epecs ICI.ul, ( .'hio ... ,.
'out and caught 45 speck a put "cadet n.ne1.. '.d..II..I. I..f. .local'1..1 .flf, d.. ..I."I.h., "ph, .'.qu'p' ,"..'"04' '
the beds. and Mrs.
on Mr. string of fish about six foot
.
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TAGB SKTKEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ............ FLORIDA __ __ __ THURSDAY. ...... 2.1987A' .


',. .- '. .." ,< :'" '; :' ":.. ',. ,.. ," : week Prayer Service, 7:00: p BROOKER BAPTIST Service], I p. m. Evening1

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED m Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Sunday School. 10 a. m Worship 7 p. m. Midweek, 1

= pastor. Morning Worship 11 a. m. ilervloe. Wednesday. 7:10: p.

REVIVAL I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : BAYLESS BAPTIST; mm CHURCH*""'- Evening Training Worship Union 7:30.6:30:: Pray p. m.: m.-. Rsv. D. L. RaDUI"7 paator. -


RECREATION NEWS portance of preparedness In er Meeting Wednesday '7:30: BETHEL: BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a m.
''F The Starke Recreation De- time of nuclear and natural FIRST METHODIST 11 Sunday School. 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, a. m
3' First Baptist ChurchSTARKE partment will hold its annual disaster. CHURCH Training Union, 6 p. m. DEDAN BAFTrrr ttto.oker] Morning Worship 11 a. ml;

; Reno Recreation basketball CLUB NEWS Sunday Church ScliopI, Evening Service, 7pm. Sunday School, to a.. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m

tournament March 18-19! The Carnation Social & 9:43: a m. Morning Worship, Everyone welcome l -Rev! M' Morning Worship, 11 a. pa Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.

I with eight teams competing. Saving Club met Monday 11 a m Snack Supper for David Medeiros pastor Training Union, 7 p. ns. Evening Wednesday. Rer. W. I-

;J FEB. 26 TO MARCH 5S' I There will! be an All-Ttmrnej night at Mrs. .Alma Jenkins MY?, 6 p. m. MTF meetings. Service. 8 p. m. Rev Newmecu''pastor.NORTHSIDC .

.' :' for the team picked by five Center with Mrs. Bernice 6:30.: Evening Worship. 7:30.: FIRST CHRISTIAN Lacy Conway pastor

J ..A'n" boys, who will)) also receive Morris vice chairman In Monday Prayer. Group CHURCH SFARKfS .* BAPTIST

: O Individual trophies. charge. Members will worshipat meets in Ladles Bible Class- Sunday Shool9: a. m. CIIVRCH OF GOD Located on Baynws JltS-!
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In City League action last 10:45 422 N. Se Clair St.. !Starke. (tSR 235]at Raiford Road.
\: Mt. Morlah Methodist room, 10 a m. Girl Scouts Morning Worship : a. way ,.
'It I Saturday morning, the!! Junior Church this Sunday from 4 meet In Fellowship Hall; m. Christian Service Hour, Sunday School 10 a. m., (rsR 16]. Services: Sunday: .
SERVICES 10:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
; : : Worship Services, '.1 a. m and
defeated the
Dragons School 10.. Sundayl
6:30 m.
I to 6. All members and friendsare 3:15.: : p. m.Wednesday
r":: MONDAY thru FRIDAY Junior Celtics 47-29 High Invited to join In this Tuesday WSCS study YOUtn Choir 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a, DTralnlni' \.'
3Sr' r 'I point man for the winners Fellow 7:30: <<1 p m. Prayer Meeting Union. 6:30 .
f 11:60 SUNDAY occasion course, "Affluence and Pov- Practice, 3:30: p. m. : p.Evenlna' a.
I' ._ : <,; : A.M. & 7:30 P.M. EACH Friday, 7:30: m.-Rev. L. S.
\ Cleveland Morris with Mid- p. Service 7:30. Midweek
was
I CHURCH NEWS erty, 9:30: a. m. Blue and ship Supper, 6:30: p. m. :
.i w......;: 13 points followed by Dennis Greater Allen Chapel{ AME, Gold Banquet In Fellowship week Bible; Study 7:15: p. m. Williams pastor. f Prayer Service Wednesday

Kelly and Alfred Oilffi with ChurchChurch School, 10 Hall 6:30.: Adult Choir Practice 8:00: p FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30.: -Rev. Glens Law-
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13 each. Abe Williams was m. hon, pastor.:
Wednesday Primary
a. m. Morning Worship 11a. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
I high for the losers with 12. m. with Junior Choir Junior and Youth Choir Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Clifton W. Brannon LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST
Evangelist Reno Recreation basketball
serving Evening Service 6 practice 3:15.: Prayer Meet' CHURCH Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. .
team won the 11th game of Sunday School 10 a. ttt.
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p, m. with messages by the Ing. 7.Thursday rholr, Practice Thursday, 7:30P. :
the season! ) Saturday night by pastor Rev. L. A Sampson. Den 4 Cub Sunday School 10 a. m.; m. Morning Worship. 11.. m

defeating( Gainesville Boys, Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Scouts meet In Fellowship Morning Worship 11 a. m., Training Union '::30 p. an.

Mrs. Clifton W. Brannon Club 63-53 Early Young was -Monday. Choir No. 3 rehearsal Hall, 3:15. Chancel Choir rehearsal Evening Worship 8 p. m.;; KINGSLEY LAKE Evening Service. ,::3'. Prayer

.j high for Recreation with 18 at 6-30: p. m. Tues- 7:30.: Prajer. Meeting Wednesday BAPTIST ClltntCttSunday Meeting Wednesday. 7:30: p.

points followed by Bobby day. Cho' No. 2 rehearsal, 5 I Friday: WSCS District 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday" at I SChoo1let; a. m. m. -Rflv.R. H. Butler, pasbor.
Williams with 17 First Church Lake 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lone,
0 p. m Wednesday: General Meeting Morning Worship 11 a. m. AIRPARK BAPTIST
.'The Recreation team has a Prayer. Meeting. .Thursday, City, 9:30: a. m. Bring a castor. 'Training Union, 8:39: p. m.
record now of 11 wins and 3 i Sunday School ,::011I.. ...
sand with. Evening Worship 7:30. Prayer -
t Ladles Circle, 7pm. Friday, SMYRNA MISSIONARY I :
Morning Worship, 11 as.
lowes. a.
Mrs. Brannon will be the speaker on Saturday night. TALENT! SHOW i Prayer Mrs.Band Prince.meeting Saturday at homeof BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CUVRCH> -Rev.Meeting Jim, Wednesday.Rlgdon pastor.7:30: Evening Service. 7.-30: p. M.,

The Music Department of BAPTIST CHURCH 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Prayer Meeting Wedneeeeto

March 4, giving her testimony of God's call to Clift RJE will sponsor a Talent In Chicken the church Plates kitchen will be starting !sold-! Sunday Services Sunday services: Bunday School 10 a. I, CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30: p. m. Training Union.:

Show at 8 p. m. March 3 in at 5:30 Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday, 7:39: p. m -Rev. 11:. L.rOrUfls.

and her as full time workers for Him. the school cafetoilum. Highlights School. 9:30:: p.a m.m. Youth Hour, 11 a. m. Training Ing Union 6:19: p. m. Evening m.: Morning Worship and pastor. 't
of this event vail be a Union. 6 p. m. Evening Worship Worships 7 p. m. Everyone Communion Service 11 a. m.
Hour, It a. with Choir Nol
creative modern t billet A m. 7 p. m. GA Tuesday, 4 welcome. Elder T. C. Williams Fvenlng services 8::30. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
: In '
charge. YPC meets at
Gypsy dance, the Can-Can,, p. m. Mid-Week Prayer serv- pastor, Wednesday Worship serv- [Highway 100 at Tberesea *

A Cordial Welcome/ Extended To All and a unique Rock and Roll,'' 4:30..: m Missionary with Mrs program prince, In 8'p. ice, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.M. .- LAURA BAPTISTSunday ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack F, Sunday School! !. a. rd.

dance by Benejamln Strong charge. Choir No. 2 will erve. David Medeiros :pastor: Bell Morning Worship 11 a-f
and The Seven Twins. All I School) 9:43: : a m.
Church of God In Christ. IIEIURONN BAPTIST PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .
Proceeds will go toward pur- Morning Worship 11 a. m. m.Training Onion --0:30: p./'
The Sunshine Band will
chasing music filmstrips and Sunday School 9:45: a. n Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
recordings. Come!! out and en-I meet Wednesday, March I, at Morning Worship, 11 a. aiTralntog Prayer Meeting Wednesday Horning Worship, 11 a. nreServlcs > m. j
EveningWorship 71B
: : --- ... 5 p. m All members please Union 6:30 m. ? [:Booster Band ; i
Joy a full evening ni! enter- : p. 7:30:: p. m.-Her. Luther McGee I
attend- Patty Morris re- Evening Service ':10. Mid Young People and Pray m.Wednesday
tainment.-Mrs. W. M. Randolph pastor.
porter. Miss T 1-. Night Pray .
directress. West spen- I ___ ___--- .,
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Bor.r .

observed Negro by History the Junior Week and was f r-

Senior High department of IN COtTNTY JUDOT'I! COURT

I APPLIANCES BEAUTY ACADEMY OPTICIAN RJE with' an exhibit and assembly OITNTY IN AND. FLORIDA FOR BRADFORD An investment in Your FutureAfTElm

presented by the llth In re' FMat: of '
American Grade History Club, the group F-.THFF: : HESS:: J.r..n...-l( 41
Appliances Color TV i that led the weeklongcele- \Olirt! "'0 CHRI"rlOllH' l oooom il
All creditor of the estate
Hairstyling bration. Theme for the ob- of Ethel HP.H, t dvcrased, are
Stereo Magnavox servance was "Negro History hereby notified and requiredto +'' A Ittaa4a.r rA r19rIZheCard _
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Academy ROFESSIOMAL CPTICAL file any claims or demand
In the Home, School, and which they may have ....In.'
Zenith Motorola. 21' W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE -r"eAN' Community.! aid. estate In the office of
855-9591: Prescriptions Filled the county judire of Bradford
FIELD TRIP TO EOC
Broken Lenses Duplicated County, Florida, In the conrthnuae -

General Electric RiversideHairstyling C Artificial. Eyes The Junior High School in eli'at calendar Starke' Florida month with.from

S Eyewear Specialists Special Education Classes the date of the '.fret[ nubllra.lim II is j.oey j.
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', 2 IS Laura St.. Jax S56-BSB5 from Bradford and RJE of this notice. Bach claim my! shepherd S
"Yea CUt A Good Deal At- or demand mugs b.. In writing
made a field trip to the .
1034 Park St. Jax. 334-8618. and, munt stall the puce of "
Academy Bradford County Emergency residence and poet offlne ad _
PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S j ......... : +!vx! : .a. .
@! 2059 PARK NT. dre n of the claimant and mustbe a. #
Operating Center last Friday
f. o. MILLER
!oII /!!! sworn to by the claimant
,JACKSONVILLE 888-8537 Civil Defense Director his agent, or hi* attorney, o'
ITU.. Bow *...PMI-n.lJaokronvfle -- Accredited Frank Williams showed two It will berome void according 1 1"wrg'P'

__ Qualified Instructors Commercial and Portrait films emphasizing' the 1m- to ,law.Feb'uary. 1. 1967. f +,p eaRue} ?' id .*Av616 1i:;x a The 23rd Psalm it en* of the most

Modern Photography .. '"
Styling Inea A. Oren,
Monthly Classes Frames & Custom Framing Kxecutrlx", of the Fatatrof ,, u.p9ALM at familiar chapter* in the Bible. Early
Appliances Furniture Ethel He... deceaeed.. : Ot .'
There tomorrow' stylists 1958 BlaiuJlnBlvd.. TilE RIGHT POINT for the First Publication o-n February D o 'A ot Itdrvtd- ; 6I In life, have committed it 1
trained"ELECTRIC Jacksonville 384-1464 a, 197. ;
are
Du-Ra Brand Inc.Save the way you write. Come in f-t 4t 111TT 'i ,(S ,p ppQS119P.. bJ'hl
MOTORS PIANOSFor and select your favorite ES- .e xyy to memory.matEvofer once in a while we
TERBROOK fountain pen. COT'NTY JmOK'S OOTTRTTV ,u+ eda gu 1n [
QualityFurniture
on AIiiHlcal AdviceC. Mar FOR BRADFORD aoatt0thwaitC be- 9 should go back to these verses and
if Appliances Peavy Brothers' TELEGRAPH. COUNTY: FLORIDA a 8 eth iris

CARTER NICE In re: Estate of i9 ,,ltttll'ee ji think of the wonderful of
Electric Co. I LAWRENCE: MEMO rtereanedVOTUK message
RCA
Phllco and ;

TV Washers Refrigerators ELECTRIC MOTORS ';)' 2c halite': "1tliIId(' : :If' iw COUNTY TiTnons rnt'RT. All creditor TO CHKIll'rOHH of the ...tat.of : 'd ybe 1l ptlll otl w he ,lead.a g faith and trios in God that they- reveal I'\ I

:Magic Chef Ranges BeadServleedRepairedOenerators ::;7 \' : at <:Z V : IN COUNTY.AND Fr.QRID.\FOR BRADFORD' Lawrence 6teng, deceaaad.. ge reet usneaa M ,. ,

StarterAlterations In rn: Estate| of are ,hereby notified and re 9 iD Iho, t a to u*.They show us that we have, I IfAtliS '
We Buy ana Sell Used Units Established: 1948 H, w. WHrTMIKMn: <",p.niieitIXOTICK quired to file any claim or etri tits o i .
demand which haveRvalnnt 8 .
they may Lhti
ChIC--lng., TO C'III.II'I'OIlI4All : Daplo gb will show'' If'. ,
said estate In the of + a loving Father one who .
6111 BlondJng Blvd. Armature Rcnrindlax Other Name Brands of H' prudltnr* of the estate. flee of the county judge of yea ttto1L fb; Meath, it I i '-.
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Jaz 771-3475 4044 Lenox Ave. PIANOS CONN ORGANS are hereby Whitehead deceased Bradford, Couny. Florida' In 4 the witb ir* the right path-- one,who will ".. '
notified and r"- the cotirthotme .ut Stark., Florl. y '7oey of' "rl uart .
.Awksnnville. 8K7-25M JacksonvlAn! 388-8519 Onlrnd to file claims or r .
2651 Park any da, within ./lx calendar. month e4 i r '".
demand. whIch they may hive fear Ilo fey corni i and for These .,
from the date ot the firmpublication protect ,provide us.: '
against mild entnte' In the of.fie. ;
HEARING AID of thin notlue. Each
PICTURE FRAMES .
AUTOS FOREIGN .. of the Kald i-tb9
county Jiirtue of :
claim demand be In pie ,
or; must of .
Pr idfurd County Klorlrta In 18t9efore scriptures end with a note '
and must plate' thoph.e.
For Best In S.e-- writing A I
HeartnirSONOTONE the rourthouKe lit Florida
Smrke .
Westside ForeignCar SPILLERS or residence and post t
within nix tnlttmliir' month office address. of the claimant flat-: t e etlemies* thanksgiving and a promise. 1
from the date of the flrnt pub1I0ation i1tL '
Service Picture FramingPicture and must be sworn to *>v th< YS ; W1tb
of this not)llr". Eacltclaim lile l attorney
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OF IAOKSON''ILLJII"The agent or
FramingOriginal or demand must be In : ::1t'rh; :It will become vole I Iacc..rdlnar "Sartty goodness and mercy
and Smalle.tH.ar4ng
and
Strongest writing must state the
Trained! mechanics for every .: to ''aw.
\ Aid in tbs We"ld"ODlJ' Paintings T Unframed Prints place or residence end pont January 27, 1987. mere hall oil the
follow me Jayt'of
all makes of office address of the claimant
service Job on -- 5lattk( gs' ''; Framed Pictures George H. Pierce,
(.. Hearing Aid :Msjde and
must be sworn toby the 9
Foreign & Sports Cars. Mirror Framing Kreldunt Agent of pc and I will duiiH In the
u life.
33: West Monroe claimant his ag-ent. or hie Freda M I.leng' { ;; Mty
Decorator Help. attorney, or It will become Kxi'cutilx: of the Estate :
PARTS FOR" AlL JaoksenvtUe 888-1468 I 1045 Park St. 5 Points void according to law.. of Lawrence Menatdecea.ed. ; Nome of the Lordanew'/
January S'l' 1967.sA .
2430 BUndlnr. Jacks.wflle MOBILE HOMES I. Jax 353-8351 H. WhitehallHJ First publication Feb 1, 1961.I x {
U.) Whitehead I J-2 4t 6.19: 'Z3 Plan to start a regular worship
SEWING CENTERH. Po-Kx''<'utora nf thKxtata .. w "
BUTfSMOBILE' .
Auto Sales & Service of, 8 dpr WWhltehftRd I in the Lord' house this Soda .

HOMESThe &N.SEWING THOMAS 20J-B North A PIKBCE Temple Ave STARKE

LAND Souths Best Buys Here CENTER Sturke.' Florida'' .: s ;9wcd .
First pll'hH..tlnn on February wv5ya: a 3teYwust: ildaa;; act,*> :witt; z3 .k<:'i; ?

ROVERThe Bank Free Financing Delivery 600 Singer Touch & Sew' 9, 1967 3-9 4t a-S\ BUSINESS DM Own k W arfwttt otwr h Hut sari tar gr..ant es ta..i.lgs M Mi bra iii'' ty

World's Finest In: "Best For Less" does fancy stitches mono- Msloea/.lNsd.asdtere.nil./OedNlhdknbrMrlhha.Irhlw.9rMsg I l.d

4 Wheel ]Drives Seriously Interested in Mobile grams, cordlln etc. Easily, DIRECTORY ab F..diy 4 to ten d t. aS p.s.ae w eatery a .qet fh .akM

I home? Call collect Jax 3881253 operated'NEW $369 for,' I pmmn n4 Ho fnWooi wMili M(MM w Bold and Serviced by for model prices & terms. cash $129! or $'J per mo. s. sa tnm [.194 pal al eke.< ea mid uff11*Ownk he HN. ale >l *. MMotkMiuH I

Kob rta' Chevrolet ,6017 Roosevelt! Blvd. Jai Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come .I< m4 M holly, fey** rid Mow,ever pro ihHiM, upheld ml pStJfMi .

Green Cove Springs. 3033 in. I AUTO REPAIRS hi Ita Oval bans.* Mk HM (rath MM! mess W.,dialed! dsei3 MM 01INI

MOBILE HOMES USEDJ. 8106 103rd St. hell ka ibM sill m km hw(I lh.v e UiiM ri M. j
Jacksonville 264-9600 I C.I._.A".s...

& J. Swap Shop SEWING MACHINES Earl's GarageALL v.. ........ ..:. .. .. .>. :.:."... ..., ..' ..... . ....
KINDS OF \ .
USED TRAILERS SINGER ACT. ZIGZAG
JEEp AUTO REPAIR WORK
Campers from 8' 20 Like New In 4 Dr. Cabins'' \ l''
AU Werk Guaranteed
Vehicles Mobile() ) Homes 32' 55' Sold New over $300
Phone 964-7004
Trades Bank Financing BaL $73' or U." Per Memtb
Station
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.S. Jeep Jeep> Gliullator Universal TrucksAuthorize MOTORCYCLESHONDA New and 848 Cassat Used MAKES Ave.Machine" I Charley r AUTO SERVICE STARKE (BUILDERS DeWITT C. JONES Lawson Meat MarketAND


Service Jacksonville 389571TRACK E.Johns. Gilbert S. Brown SUPPLIES, Inc. FUNERAL HOMES COLD STORAGEWe ,

Approved PastaS MOTORCYCLES SERVICE Standard OH scrrlo tStaUon! Featuring Ac* Hardware Specially Custom 8I&.e..

ALL irODKUl .ATLAS Complete Paint Supplies! fug Cutting tf Wrappla*-
4 Wheel Drive 2 Wheel TIRES A BATTERIES and Sporting Good Starke Ph. 964.6200 Prepared For Deep Frswse
Merchants Green Stamp RAY'S "CfnqcK WITH us FIRST"'"
Drive ,
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. TRACK SERVICEPortable About this question: Budget Phone Terms 964-771-Road Service JIll Washington St. U04-S270 Keystone Heights PHONE 964-7059

Tues., Wed., Thurs. FrI.
EDDIE BLAND
Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. Track Press Service 407 N. Temple Stark. Ph. 473-3178 :

MOTORS, Inc. Closed Sunday A ]Morulay- Welding 'The neighbor" children: Bradford Abstract Co. 4h;

MOTORS A CYCLES' Used Bulldozes A .Crawtsn. usually Rather in our yard HURST'SSHELL

635 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE 4949 Blending Bird.J "We'll Keep 'em RoUlffleT7Z87 for play. I suppose it's the 158 W. CALL STREET Sinclair Refining Co. OF' STARKE, INC.

354-7761 4-k. _nv
Jacksonville $88.44'1 tolerant attitude that attracts GASOLINEBKEROSENE! '
Gas Oils '- Lubrication Ph. 96".7600" Starke. Fla. ,
MUSIC WESTERN STORE them. Will the'fam- Geodyear Batteries Edwards Grocery &
Parrish MotorsVAATsI ; Tires Fuel Oil and Grease "

Paulus Music Co. LITTLE DUDE our fly Homeowner liability coverage Policy pay of 301 ROAD and 100 SERVICE- Starke Mkt. 60S S. Walnut Starke Ch rley''iE. Johns

".ALIDI8J11&VlOII !Band* String Znatrnnunta the medical coats and our I 1'h. 9618U8BRADFORD: Agency ,:
Western Store Groceries-Meats-Feeds
Gibson Guitars & Ampttflers METALWORK
legal liability if any childis 131 S. Walnut Ph. 904-M70
Gas & Oil
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School Supplies-Snstruotlon "Where 'You'll :Find Everything
Roberts Recorders For the Horse injured" on our property THOMPSONSheet Ph. 064-8312 Starke. Fla.Roy' MOTELA GENERAL INSURANCE'

a MuM LUhryExp.rtRepair Enthwd.." ? Nobody But Nobody:UadaneO. ..
n Yean Aa A Dealer
Metal WorksAll TV SUPERIOR MOTEL Chariey IB. Johan
Service
Department Western Clothing Leather- Agency _
E. Johns .
:JUvmvM. Good Used Par* 41 W. Monroe St. goods. Saddles and Trailers Charley America' Moot HooplbtoU! Mateto
!Metal Work- ROY Hurst Shell Service
Jacksonville 895-8447 Charles 4c Sharon Petty Agency Types CALL FOR PROMPT
Ml Laura M. Xackaoavill Heat & Air Cond. SERVICE Air Conditioned Free TV
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SSiO Beaoh BKd.JacksonvOl at Se. Edreweod ,
I 131 S. Walnut St.
and Coffee CARL HURST
I'IOIM 666-00M 398-3091 Jacksonville 1S4-12U PHONE 964-5070 Systems InstalledRd. 920 Thomas SU Starke

16 E. Ph. 964.5723I Phone 964-7266 1757 N. 301 Ph. H_. "SOI'" A 10ft ph. ' =;P
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