Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"f... Former Senator VOTE: BY I'KECINCTH

'" I DKMOC.:; 'KATIO riUM.UtV, FEB. 28, lOOt Gets DemocratNod

; Still Has TouchJ.
t y 16th D19T.ea For House

h Emory (Red) Cross, :f r; Eugene F. ( Gene

Gainesville attorney and .. i .:J wit )
former State Senator piled .1<1 !;1 Fo It Shaw Starke attorney
l up a commanding lend a w di F ca vii:I beat his opponent, George
II Dorsey of Fernandina
( in Alachua County Tuesday "rto No-
Beach morethan three to
$ to emerge as top con-
_dJ- : : tender for the Democratic 1 8 29 6 15 88 26 119 one to win the Democrat

2 5 20 4- 12 T7 13 110 Party nomination for
nomination State Senator
as -
3 1 10 3 6 34 10 M State Representative District
in the
new sixcounty7th
District 4 fj 13 5 -1 55 13 13 16, in Tuesday's

6 20 25 25 8 IH 45: 178 special primary.The .
His total vote was
6 :I 1 3 2 046 2 51 vote In the new six-
4,383.: : district < for
5 194
county was ,
3 5
7 2 4 4 69 75
Kd Peck, Gainesville ''Urn
Shaw to 1.499 for Dorsey.By .
berman, apparently won the 8 1:1: 34, 15 20 165 45 202 count lew I Shaw Dontey

runner-up spot. On the basis 9 8 18 U 19 93 23 132 Baker 312 107

of complete, but unofficial. returns 10 6 8 4 7 .3. 13 57 Bradford' 15M 293

(Including absentee 11 4 21 5 4 55 13 73 Columbia, 1240. 300
voltes: ) Peck led Karl Powers,
13-12 23o
12 5 10 7 7 44 12 62 Clay
Gainesville CPA and former Nassau 626 462
'Road Board member 13.\ 19 28 13 9 1120 41 1146 '
by a Union 416 42
slender 2O-vote margin 2,610, 138 2 5 9 4 16 3 25 It was Shaw's'third successful -

q vllle oil distributor, was fourthto It 4 It 2 2 65 8 79 I campaign in less than

2, OO. Bob Saunders, Gulneg 1M 3 11.. 11 1 49 13 71 a year, having !gained the

in the field with 2,331 1SB 8 3 4 Ii 2. 6 40 party nomination over Louis

'ooJt'tt 4 Mckenlng. Bight said berry grower Billy Alvarez, at Teto Griffin farm on the JrllfU( Loop. /Alvarez, and principal Jim Temple polled, Starke almost school two- Abll. :2 0 0 0 13 2 11 the ItunUey primaries of Orange last spring Park, and In

I left?I a* he and Awtlntant Agent' Bobby Taylor (looked over Griffin. a long-time grower, are In together this. )'"ar. They thirds of all vote cast In TOTAL 123 236 126 133 1199 298 1M3 having beat his Republican

the 1O acres of fruit and bloom from over Ube, weekend eitUinnte. a $6,000 to $0,000 I"..... the senate race In Bradford opposition, Chaunrey Moore of
County, but ran fifth In the Green Cove Springs' In No-

ll8trlct-at-largo with 1,641 to.. Will Be Challenged vember's General Election for

Berry Bushes Are Cleaned tal. > the House seat In the former
Board Mum
The Bradford vote was Temple three-county district, abolished

1,199; Peck. 236:\ Bob reapportlonment..
Saunders 133; Bail Powers Baker Has More Republican Votes Shaw will again face Republican -

On Courthouse 126; and Cross, 125. ) ()opposition In' the
Worst Freeze In Years"They're
By Cross carried 26 of Alachua'u general election on March 28.

34 precincts, polling 3,793 Than It Has RepublicansBaker On,, the basis of unofficial\
All !fwas'quiet onj the courthouse Votes almost 2,000 more than returns, Tom Rowand of Lake

front at the County 99! per cent plus gone, bloom ,and fruit. I his nearest competitor In his City won the Republican nomination -

Commission's regular meeting. couldu't find anything in mine," one Bradford berry home county. Peck was sec (County Republican' showed surprising ".tmigth"" In,Tuesday' primary
Wednesday. 2 Wrecks: Cause ond In Alachua with 1,773; In Tuesday's special", primary election. and will be Show's opponent

'N,.n rent t J.ho..Board ,came to grower f fnbiMlv and can shipper rememburIi reported.lute "* ___ ..... ... Powers polled 181and; Saun- With only ten reRlntorml' KopubtU-aan In the County voting for the 16th District 1Il'Itt."'Th""

the! rijurtbouBo insue was a fr-;; In-; a-g d'-many yearsas Minor Injuries; cleiB, 1.48 Temple was all machine used there Tuesday" ciune up with a total of 118 Ix-iounty Republican' vote'
committee)\ ,," appointed; to pogo since Came Bliuidlng." but whitewashed !In Alachua, was247; for Rowand, and 213
bad as last .weekeml'H 18 vote for Republican. candidate In the District 16 HOWM of
{ : with the Staiko Rec- receiving only 188 votes Sam
ye Predictions at this One grower, J. R. Wain- Two 'automobile accident for his running-mate
rentjon ,Board to move the degrees. tried burning against the four "native son" Representatives race. Webster of Orange: Park.
wrIght smudge
loss with totaling (
old American\ Legion Building point forcast a 3250,000 property candidates. With ton Republicans" registered and only four. of thoieactually .
all ;
pot night but theyd.dnthelp.
; bfit no serious In-
5O cent of the county' $1300
from the alto On' Temple Avenue per Cross and! Perk will battle floww' candidate
Theory wan to lay' a voting Tuesday, Itrpubltran Ralph
half million, dollar Juries" wcro> reported by tho
,for, uu. asa recreationbuilding strawberry thick layer of smoke over the FlorlrlA Highway: Patrol. It out In the second primary, Thomas of Orange Park wait more than surprised. to find Free Toll Phone
in Reno. The Board crop. on March 14, with the win-
field to frost damage: .
Grower. say It will be from prevent A three-car! mishap Saturday himself credited" with 77 lOP vote. In Baker County. Ills
adjourned after discussing (Continued on Page Two)
but It too. cold and,, the
for three to six: (weeks before any was morning' 6,3 miles aouth running-mate Keith W heeler of Green Cove Spring received
business matters
two hours on a day when bus). body will be doing anything laid frost too heavy, Wainwright of 3Uikfl on SR-100 saw SO for a grand total of I 16. Service OK ForShukeKeysfone

negn was exceptionally..slow.Runvjrs except scrapping and throw- Ideally, Bradford :berries: Royce L. Put'ham, 62, of At. CourtThe Crowing, party lines to vote for candidates< on opp..lnl'b..llotll

have It, however, Ing rotten berrlea .away. Thut in should peak during the three Junta, Georgia charged with Mayor's Is not permitted In a primary only In the General
putt tha grower improper passing at an intersection -
that the courthouee.alt. Iwnue
weeks beginning around March elwtlon.
Will be put the ballot In direct competition with crops Parham's 1064 Oldsmobile following cases were
on in Louisiana and North Carolina. 20..Early thin year, they would forced one car off the of in The pulled Baker County Supervisor of Klertlons.: Arthur
the March 28 disposed MayorCourt
upcoming have' gone Into full production another driven Combo.. wild t the .. total resulted In
and primary election. The, tug this. week for the road and IItnl<'k Tuesday night'Lairy : "ImpotMlliln" probably a No-toll telephone service
of 'wet on the site and whetherthe It was:38 degrees In Loulnl-\ frenzn. except bv Wllllum Itenrv II.ill. fl., of Wayne. King, voluntary failure. of poll worker, "to turn the right knob" on voting between Staike and Keystone

people .will get a say, ana" Saturday! morning when Inspection shows that all ex. '/Htuike who wins attempting' intoxication, $27,SO 'bond machine* w),,'n switching from Democrat to Republican ballot Heights has been: approvedby

therefore, may come up In the the 18 degree low was of reported 19- posed berries and fruit succumbed -a left turn. forfeited. lie Maid the jCimvuMMlng. !Hoard 'met Wednesday.. and tookno the Florida! Public Service

next .few- weeks. here. Reports from all to the cold. As manyas AM three vehicles, wcio Robert N. Alexander, vol. action on the apparent dlHrropunry. "We'll certify the totalsto Commission In an order

.Ho person has made public and 20 of degrees came 20 young berries, all rot- traveling north toward Stuike untaiy. Intoxication, $27.50 Tallahassee find let them take It from them' ," Comb lIailtednf'.a1' dated March 1.

any'Intent to sud the Com mis. parts Stature the plants county., moat growers ,ting' after being frozen, .:could : when Hill' .slowed. t<> make a bond forfeited. '. '. The action followed a pub
onto 18.
Mon to koep'the courthouse be counted on some bushes.That's left turn SIt- Hobert E. Thomas shop lie here last September
say will not come back as In the district. Thomas ftf Park hearing
Kurmnn. Ghliu cll- l\-rounty Ralph Orange
from moved out of the Volkxwagen
costs forfeited
50 court
over a pint, about'whatan lifting, (6 In which testimony wa.aheard
county ,l(eat.- County Attorney well as young ones. It's still average bush should produce TOl'lIt.ehlnd)/ Halls car: alsoslowud. won nomination for the District. 17 llmiitn .seat with a total by the Commission
how much a
T. A. Yawn, has told the Board a question Bradford will produceeven In a scanon. ). Thomas Oralngcr disorderly of SOI frountlng linker County) to 2il: for Keith Wheeler of from those Infavor and those

the American, Legion, property crop In late ,.March or April, But a few protected! berries 'I'srlum) pulled' r>ltt to boas' conduct $27,50 fine Green Cove! HprlngK.! opposed to the extended area

Is outside. the designated' county even with good weather from escaped the cold, those as Hall'pi'occfifd!' tg. tarn" ,left, Cleveland Small, runningover Tom. Kowand. of Lake", City won n'mUniitlon. for the HUtrlct service\ between Starke and
seat.- down under the leaves Paiharn app'leil' brakes. to '
now on out. of a big a fire hose, $27.50 fine. 16 sent with 217 to 213 for Mum Webster of Orange Park.Ucbxter Keystone Heights.
Commissioner Zedra Hamilton plant. Strangely enough, even avnlil hitting!; Hull and' swerved
Bell, dUirdeily
Dallas Lee
mean Maid Wednesday' night that he to call theMe The Commission's oldersaid
the "It doesn't they won'tcome wlilih the planned
apparently heading the robins have left for the to the right, fenced conduct dlatuiblrig the
new majority which Includes back, but probably not most part, some farmers re- VW oir this "toad'! by fighting, ", retary. of State" office. Thursday morning and auk for an the two telephone com-
Mrs. Jennie Chastaln and the 100 per cent" say Assistant ported. I'uiliiirii'8 1HOI OldHiiiobllunklddfd peace, waving a gun investigation of the apparent mix-up lie will also report the panies Involved Southern

(Board's newest\ member J. M County Agent Bobby Taylor, The frost and freezing tom- 215 feet I, uccorclln! to and voluntary Intoxication in jail., matter to the State. Chairman. of the Republican Party and Bell [for Keystone] and Independent
fine, 20 days
$110 or
"It 11\ be alhort Telephone Corp.
:Buck this probably
) Morrnan,
( Continued on I'ngc Two) r fCnrtinuM! (lh l Pa p Twol I auk. him to take It up' with Governor Kirk, If necessary, Starkel 1
Florida (for
week that the Bite Issue wUi season.. of

be,-placed on the ballot.In Unless, the berries do come .. .."... ........'"- ,n -- Webster. Nald.. should place the toll-free
Its meeting 1 Wednesday, back and at a' time when a WI9" r !"","",!'\ .' .c..t t' ,r ., .f.ot.fI.AwQ!:: "f> r ".r H,u, service in effect In "not less
favorable market. can be found, ." ,. <, '''v. \ )' than 12 months nor more
tbe Bourd: 1',, 1pj( !fttf.: : '\I .,, : 3 Teenagers Arc ArrestedIn
'f 10 date
Agreed \.; suggestion 'of the average berry grower I.. ., 1" 1> ', fo" ".. ., -, .' !" than 18 months" from
> :
Commissioner Jerome Johns to stands to lose )700 per acres t' -jt. ; of the order.

negotiate to move the American "It. may mean $1.&0 or *2 ; Crackdown On TruancyOne The extended. service will
Legion building.. Chairman (fJ per flat), barely enough to i require an estimated: expend.:

ieontbTued. "'on Pate Twol cover costs' ," ono grower with person has apparentlyleft ; Juvenile bearings Involvingfive ituie of 415.330 ,by Southern

.;: 10 acres said.' the county and two more BHS students, all 16. disclosed Bell, and $21,722 by. Indepenclent -

"It knocked th ..profit ,right have been arrested In con- : testimony of numerous ; / for additional equipment
out from under us," another A' nection with Bradford County parties during' school skip ,' the order sild. 'r
with 18 acres flatly stated nH Judge T', A. Yawn's crackdown ping sessions. Subscribers of Independent )
"It's one of the worst things on truancy. additional)
The three. Grover, DeVoe. will pay an
April 3rd' : to hapnen In Bradford County Wendell Orovi-r, 18, Den- and the Ramsey girl were monthly charge ni follow:

LEWIS CARROLL'S ton DeVoe, 17 and Joyce found to be Involved In the Residence phone: IrwH.. "..

Ramsey, 18. ate all chanced activities at the hearing. dual line, 80 cents; trwe-partjf

AliceIn I Exchange Student 7 with contributing to the delinquency Several of the students disclosed -> Jlne,'*"* 30 'cents; flve.party

Heard At Rotary of a minor on afifldavlta they had visited the line, ':SO! cents.

Wonderland Binned by Deputy RaniAty house on Clark Bush !lIII: Individual llr-.

t Aldo Z.laya. foreign ex- Sheriff Dolph Reddish All Street near BUS after leaving 50 cents; two-party Una, M

presented by change student from Encar- three cases are scheduled to the school grounds when cents: five-party llr. 40:

Bradford III School ,I naclon. Paraguay spoke at the ro be heard on Plea Day, March classes were In session. cents.

Students Rotary Club Wednesday giving : 24. Judge Yawn recently Issued Southern Bell ,subscribers
an Interesting discussion The three were among the a memorandum to all will pay Increased rates a.

Bus Auditorium of his country Its people 15 person Involved In cutting law enforcement officers to follows:

and their custom aa contrasted clawen at BH9. Their names arrest all students! off the Residence! phones Indlvl-
with those of the U. S. were not released last week school premises during school ual line. 15 cents; 'two-party

The young student to attending since the warrants had not hours without valid reasons line 10 cents: four patty line

This Space Contributed BHS for his senior been served. ani the persons accompanying 10 cents.

Weekly to Publicize year In high school under an F T Grover Is free under *500 them. Those under 17 Business phone Individual -

Community Events by exchange student program bail DeVoe has been released would be charged with truancy line 75 cents: two-party,
sponsored by the Starke Rotary _.. .
-- ---- --- - without bond, and th*> Ramsey In Juvenile Court and 'SO cents, four-party 23 cents

i The Community American Club In Field cooperation Services. While with Zack Edwards Win At Madison girl Is apparently no those 17 and over) would be In announcing its -favorable -

longer In the county, accordIng charged: with contributing to decision, the Commission
1, In Starke, he Is residing with Maurice Edward. Jr. and a Bradford the ot. minor found that "present and
Z..k. Edwards, 11-year-old Hon of Sir. and Airs. to Deputy Reddish.All delinquency!
the Joseph D. Warren family.
Accounts now Insured Following hU graduationhere County 4-H member, shows his 980-pound Black Angus steer that wan Grand Champion( 15 arrests stem from a he said. prospective growth of these

up to 915,000 by he will tour a portion of of the North Florida Livestock Show In Ma. dtaon Monday. The steer was purchased by party at the Boy Scout Campon The arrests! last week were) two communities service.Justifies. the
extended and
Lake as A resultof the first since Issued the area
Sampson he
Federal Deposit Insurance the U. S. for about a month Florida Power and Light for 83 cents per pound. Sheriff'sdeputies that. there was ".utncl nt
Corp. before returning" to his home Tom Kdwardts Twrk'n older brother had the grand champion In the MatllHoa" show which Bradford proclamation. public demand.
in Paraguay. arrested 14 students. [Continual On Page Two)
v i but.. year.


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Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe Mrs Elizabeth Seymour at trust fund for Jones until tt

and son Denton spent Sundayto tended the Hairstyling Showat becomes legal to pay him. $245,274 Contract AwardedCity

Thursday of last week at. the Hotel Robert Meyer on The vote to seek action was '

9dtyl Lake Hoptacong N J. visiting Sunday.Mr. 3-2 with Chairman Shuford

her parents! 'Mr. and Mis. and Mrs. T. H. Blade breaking the tie. Commissioners -

L. Hocker.Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Slade attended Jerome Johns and Jessie Buys Generator For i

and Mrs. Robert Barks ;!, the funeral of Mrs. Mamie Chastain were against/ the r

GLADYS MOOTY dale and daughter Vickie are Howell in Zebulon, Oa. on move. r

Phone 9R1-7608 spending Tuesday to Friday Monday.Mrs. .

,'George with (Mrs.N. Betty C. May In St. visiting. her C. B.parents Terwlllegar Mr. and is Wrecks Cause Power Plant ExpansionA

Mrs. Harry TraMord, who Sen. Charley Johns was Dr. and Mrs. G. A. ITwIngof Mrs, J. H. Truluck. lit Sanford Minor

has been visiting her parents. pleasantly surprised at a Sarasota were weckon-1 InjuriesContinued
Thursday and Friday and $243,274 contract was Ruckman also pointed out .as well as by Councilman
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Loudon family birthday W\rtX; Blveri guests of Maj. and Mrs V. i sister, Mrs Dale Wil- Martin La Godna
also her awarded to Worthington that the 1,750 KW engine: Jimmy McRae, Merritt
two months left In his honor MtMdatl1J1Kht> by J. Spengler. [ From Pace One)
fOr the posh! who is there from Coronado Tucker.
Scott and Nell
Corp. fora 1,750 kilowatt mets the specifications callea I iams,
\ J Miss Bobble Sue Barkadale GOP NomineeFor
to join her husband \lr. antt5Mifi.'fltJ-omft Jhns4;
Wednesday who >Is stationed at Enjoying 'the affair with, Benl! of FSU will be home for the Calif. Trooper W. E. Sundbery who generator as Starke's city for by the city. Both said After more than a hour'sdiscussion.

at Mrs. Johns were Mrs. weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred c! :Bennett Investigated the mlahap, and council took a big: site In it's they were pleased with the: Councllman Orie State SenateMartin
Base and
Chanute Air Force and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez visited Mrs. W. O. Thomas In. struck Hall's 1905: Ford in the )proposed $050,000 power price of the Worthington Wiggins moved to accept the
the next six Kazarian and daughter -
Rantoul. IS. for Ralph, Adrian, of Orlando Mr of Orlando were visiting Mr.[ Jacksonville Saturday evening. rear, pushing it off .tha road. plant expansion; Tuesday unit and were not concerned' engineer's recommendation M. Laooona ,11

month. of and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr Miss Lou Plummer of Macon Of the eight persons In the night. over the 1.750 KW ratherthan Merritt Williams gave the Gainesville will! be the Republican
Ollllngham J. M. Howard
Keith Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. of and Hazel and family over the weekend Nurses Training School three cars, two received minor The Worthington enginewas 2000. second although he had previously nominee for State

and daughter Lake Butler and Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. has Macon Oa. was home for injuries. Damage to the auto- recommended by the In fact Friday noted the: Questioned why a 1,- Senate from the Ttn DistrictIn

Jacksonville were visiting her Ritch. return been visiting her mother Mrs. the weekend.Mr. mobile totaled $585.$ city's' engineering\ firm.. Rey engine cost the city 98,000 750 KW engine was recom the general election on

parents Mr. and Mrs Guy Mrs. Julia Blow will Hattie Brncewell, who has and Mrs. Tommy Johns In a second mishap aStur- nolds, Smith and Hills of' less than his firm's estimate. mended when a 2.000 KW :March 28.
Sale Friday and Saturday. o her home In Norfolk. Va. and Tommy and Jimmy day a 1963: Ford Mustang less He will oppose the winnerof
been seriously ill In Alachua son Jacksonville after two lower Total costs of the engine unit would cost 37.000
Mrs. S. W. Beckett under- :1Friday after a month's'Islt General Hospital. Johns of Macclenny spent the traveling at a hagh rate of bids were thrown out because plus auxiliary parts necessary The recommendation\ accepted the Croae-Peck second prl.;
... went surgery laftt Wednesday' with Mrs. Edna:! Hutch- off Batten Road mary contest for the Democrat
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. speed ran
Mr. and Mrs. Harold $ran- they did not meet specifica in its Installation will run unanimously.
In the Holiday Hospital In ,nson. Mrs. Hutchinson and ham visited Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Ritch. according to Trooper O. C. tions. The Falrbanks-,Morae close to $312,000 rather than In other action the coun nomination on March 14.
Mrs Blow spent last Wed- LaGodna; 1 I. a former
w Orlando. Garret causing $700 damageto Junior
E. In Palatka Sun W. E. Mlddloto.i
Branham Mrs. bid was $207,000 but it was a the $320,000 estimated he cil:
nesday to Saturday In Tam- bath sides and the front college instructor and
and it
Mrs. Mrs. E.
Barney day. Madge Mlddleton and 720 engine and the city's -Asked Williams to check
.. 30. with Mr. and Mrs. Olen end. Driven by William Clarence rpm said.But presently a Graduate Fellowat
:Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner .Mrs. M. W. Cressler was L. Matthews and daughter, specifications limited': therpm's the englner also pointed Into the matter of hiring an

:. were visiting Mr. and Mrs Hartwig. visiting Capt. and Mrs. William Betsy had dinner Sunday at Loper 20, the car left to 450 or underQuestioned out that a Copper-Besse insurance appraiser as suggested the University of Florida

.. Olen Conner In Orlando over Sen. and Mrs. Charley 1(. Booth and family at the Ponce de Leon Hotel in tho right side of the roa by several mer engine which cost $25.- by City Clerk MerriL and a doctoral candidate !la
.. last Friday not In American history,'
Johns returned but the driver was specializing
Joined -
the weekend. They were Fort Walton Beach last week.1MI' St. Augustine. the city 000 than the Worth- .
.. council members and more Edwards.Set in Florida history.
Mr. McRae after two weeks !in Tampa and Mrs. J. R. ChasteenJr. Mlms jured. I
on Sunday by where Sen. Johns* underwenteye Larry Noegel John The accident happened 4.1 bond trustees, who are: entrusted Ington unit was a better buy a. ,meeting with Insurance A native of Detroit, :Mich
and Mr. and Mrs. McTtae and family and DIr and of the UniversIty ,
and John Stringer"
M with the operation of -"if the city had the moneyto representatives fromTraveler's
in St. Joseph'sHospital. miles south ot Starke and one- I the 30-year-old LaGonda was
to Mrs. Chasteen Sr. of
went to1' Men-lit Island Keystone of Alabama spent the "
tenth mile east of SR-100.1 the power plant R. S, and HI spend. That unit has a Life Insurance Co educated at the University ot

visit Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley Miss Sue Deas of Lake City Heights went to Nichols! Ga. weekend with the Stanley Loper was charged with I, Electrical Engineer Gordon rpm of 360. he pointed out. of Jacksonville\ for 9:30: a. m Michigan and Eastern Michigan
to visit Mr.\ and
to Starke on Sunday
; and.Mr-came buck was Friday overnight vlsltoi :Mrs. Clark Nobles. Noegels and attended the Day ceeding a safe rate of ex-I Pliday told why his firm had but it would run more than Friday to go over payment of University Florida State
with and had Mrs the ?f her grandparents, Mr and Miss Sally Ann Epperson tona 500 races at Daytona I recommended the Worth ng- the budget laid out under the losses Incurred in three power University, and la now study.

= who spent Beach. 1 i' ton engine. $650,000 bond issue. plant fires last year. ing at the University of Florldo. -
weekend with the Al Harleys.VlsrtlnirMr. Mrs. E. W. Hayes. a teacher at Englewood High Matthews and 3 :.
E. L. Teenagers
Mrs. A. O. Loudon Mrs L. School home r Main problems that disturbed Friday was questioned on Authorized Edwau'.t! t:: .
Jacksonville was
: : and MH.. A M. Oalnes Mrs. Marvin Noe- for the weekend. Miss Madge Mlddleton attended I the officials was the a number of points by) bond call for bids on sale of ar His wife, Qretchen la an

.Lawaon. were Mr. and Mrs el, Miss Barbara Lalne Mrs. Airs. Oscar Thomas of the district two UDC Are Arrested cheaper bid submitted by tiustees Cliff Hazen J. C. old city-owned truck. instructor in the College of

:- ':W M. Morar of Panama City Townsend Strickland and Gainesville was Weekend( guestof meeting at the Wolfson Stu- Fairbanks-Morse and;! thefact Fogg and George Flynn Sr. Nursing University .f Florida,

over the weekend and Mr Mrs. Jimmy Oreen attended Mrs. I Eve: Baldwin. dent building Jacksonville i Continued Frum Page One] that the Worthington and they have two children.
e :and Mrs.>Joe the Hairstyling show at the Mr. and ''Mrs. C. L* Cooperand engine is only 1.730 KW I
: City on Saturday. Matthews assisted In the The five Juveniles Involved magazine.The .
Hotel Robert Meyer on Sun- daughters and Mr. and rather than 2.000 KW. Moody Institute
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cttnova, day.: Mrs. Har61d Branham were memorial exercises to the de- In the hearing last week were Explaining his recommen- schedule of meetings noon peak, some chicken-lur-
Mrs. Walter Rlohardson. and ceased members of the Flor committed to Industrial Official To SpeakAt Park of-the-Palma will
r, Melanie Kathy !and Lex Wednesday evening supper Prlday said the Worthington at .bel %ra waited In line almost aohour1
w P<>v. R. 'MacBlaln? attended ida division. schools but Judge Yawn Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30
Green of GaInesville spent guests of Mr.( and Mrs. W. engine la a low speed unit Park-of-Palms before !being served.
"" the Sunday School conference Mrs. W. R. Brannen of withheld committment on and Monday through ,
the weekend with their W. Stewart In Gainesville. that will be morEl durable un p.m. Happy manager Charlie
at Holy Trinity Episcopal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Foster is returning Missoula Mont. and Mrs. the conditions that each: ob- der sustained operation at Friday at 7:30:: pm.. Orirawell had just one comment

Church In Gainesville "Mrs. Lex Green. to her home In Bar Earl Gilbert of Sidney N. J. serve a 7 p. m. curlew attend full speed. The 720 rpm> Fair Robert L. Constable, execu- "It pay. to aclvertl e!"

Monday night. Mrs. Ruth Frailer and Mrs. nard, Vt. on Monday after two are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. : classes regularly unless banka-blorso\ unit although! tive vice president and gen WHOSECHICKEN

Fr ih' Grade': "A" Kirg. S Nelson Green attended the months visit with Mr. and H. Nollman. They were all ill, and maintain passing Its peak capacity I la 2,000 KW eral manager of Moody Bible

down: 90o, Dowllng Produce! annual district Wesleyan Mrs. James Blacksheir and(\ Sunday.:! dinner guests of Mr. grades. Failure to observe would be less apt to hold up Institute of Chicago will be ? NOTICE> :
Market. Miss Beatrice Cady and Miss and Mrs. W. F. Swlnjer; in any of the three ccndltons the speaker at Park-of-the KNOW TB, that I. TOM!
of sustain
at .
Service Guild meeting over a long period ADAM>! Secretary of :State: ol
Cross City on Sunday Flora Cady. Keystone Heights. will result In Immediate committal I ed operation at high speeds Palms Keystone Heights for the State!: of Florida do hereby
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Finchof Froth Grade "A" Eggs, 3 the Judge told the the week Sunday :March 5 Somebody likes fried chicken give notice that a, Flrct special. ,

ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH I Charles' from Hardy Florida IV Technical graduated Portland, Ind. were first dorian: OOc, Dowling Produce students and their p rens. Friday The lower said. rpm Worthington through Friday, !March 10. betides. Methodist preachers! on frlmary Tuesday Election February will 28 be, 11167 hole I

Storko of the week visitors of Mr. :Marl.et. Sentence of six teenages fuel Before assuming his present Rhea. the local KentnckyFried for the purpOHB of filling \aoanole. .
I College! Saturday night. and Mrs. George W. Brown. Mrs. Bertha Pearce has returned Involved In the same case unit will require position Mr. Constable was Chicken drlln. adver- 'in ,'LfIIf\lIlative 1 Clfflcn,
/Schedule of Lenten Service Mrs. William. Dockstader lubrication and maintenance of the Florida state :Senati: .
Mrs. C.: 1 Cooper and from six week visit has been withheld vice president and administrator tilted" a grand opening upecla .
pendingthe and the Florid Houne of
___ ...... said. Basel, on Nspreeentatlvea
Sunday MSM .0:15 and daughter of Lake City the engineer ; : of .
daughters attended the funeral with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. 61m- outcome of the trial of a development Moody of one free dinner with each .
Thiraday MJMM: ______ 8 )).hl. are spending this week; with city's present power output of Institute for almost 20 A second: Special Primary
of Sam Simpson In Old monk and Mrs. Beulan Saxon seventh youth who pleaded years. one purchased loot Thursdaythe .
Election if
necessary will b
Saturday Penitential Obaervanee her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 12 million kilowatt-hours per this
During time he
Town, last Tuesday. spear panlo was on.Mare held
In Va. not /guilty. The six all pleaded on Tuesday March 14
< A. Christmas and Mr. amfi Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mr. and Mrs. Terrance guilty. year the Worthington unit headed an effort to establish than 1,200 pound. of lUII1 end a special Eloctlm

Lenten Devotions) 7 p-ra. Mrs. B. Emanuel while :Mr Brown visited their dimghter, James of Lawrcnceburg will save the city $38.000 in worldwide distribution of gos chicken, fried Into around 2.. on Tuesday TESTIMONYVHER.E March Kg 1967.JN .

Confessions ...______ 5 ern.Holydsy Dockstader Is attending AT- Mrs. Norman Rlgdon, and Tenn. were weekend guests fuel and lubrication in the pel-science films produced by 000 dinners Mere Bold betweer.1 OF I have hereunto IMI

and ______? j._ 7:30 p.m. &T school In Atlanta, Ga. children in Jacksonville on 'l Freeze Cleans next five years, Friday said Moody Institute of Science. 11 a.m. and 9 Ten extrtrooks my hand and canned tin
of Rev and Mrs. V. J. Rags- p.m.
; Alansw.__ 8 p.na. I Froth Grade "A" KUK:" 3 Saturday.Mrs. which is in Itself enough, to He is well known as a Bible ;, ImporU-d from Kentucky treat Florida Seal to of be the affixed Stat ol ai'

Joann 90c, Dowllng Produce dale.Mrs. justify its recommendation conference Tallahai.. the ]
Marlon Mover of Jacksonville Carl Roberts Mrs. F. speaker and has units at Gainesville, Stagustlne ee Capita
ST. WILLIAMS CIiUItCIIRtywGne Marlcet.! Don thin the Tenth day olSECHETARV '
and Engineer
-is visiting her son- Willie Mae I Friday : written numerous Bible study +\ and IMIiunl wen
Heights! J. Pellum Mrs. Bushes D.. U61.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berry %lItUUY..A.:
in-law. and daughter Mr. and i liard-prewHed to keep up wltl ,s>
Denton.. Mrs. Fate Brown articles for Moody Monthly
Sunday Man ___-_,_ 11:15 a.m.I Zimmer of Elmira N. 1!. Mrs. F. W. Strickland this Mis. Ruth Frazier and Miss the demand.. At the late after- TOM ADAMS OF STATE

Wednmduy Mans ...__ 7 p.m. were Thursday and Friday week. Twenty Fires 2-18 St S-2
Middleton ottended [Continued
Madge From Page One]
OontMwIon Before Devotions visitors of Mr and :Mr, Hernart1 'Mr. and (Mrs. R. E. Firth I .
th9 dedication: exercises of Classed As
Holydoy MAM _______ 7 ajm. Kmanuel.air. will spend the weekend with peratures also did some dam- I '
the Alpha Delta Kappa Fellowship !!
and Mrs. D. W. :MeMnhone Mr. and Mrs. William] Whlchello age to tobacco and pepper 'Incendiary'RaInfall

ST. ''MARY'S CHURCH of Daytona Beach and t trrlJ. at West Palm Beach. House In Tallahassee plant beds and hurt -the or- CHECK YOUR OFFICE

MacclennyBftnday Myrtle Watterson and Mrs. Vergle Flynn was visit- Saturday, which is operated namental shrubs and treesin in Bradford Coun- SUPPLIES. .

Mas _____ 7:30 a-m. (Mrs. Mary Waitterson.of Hampton Ing her slater Mrs. Bessie under the National Scholarship bloom such as azaleas and ty in January averaged 4.87

Coofemlons: before Man were Sunday visitors of Faxon and family In Gainesville >> and Research Foundation. even some evergreen shrubs. Inches at all three fire towels

I Mr. and Mrs. F. I* Watterson. on Saturday. Mrs. H. J. But truck crops were not 1.5 Inches less than Jan-
Waters and daughter of Tallahassee Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- affcted since they haven't uary 1M8. according to !a report I What Do You Need? We Have It!

also joined the family dale vllsted their son Dural come up yet.Cross by the Florida Forestry !
over the weekend. at Florida Southern Univer-
GET CASH I Mrs. Ralph Kazarlan and sity in Lakeland on Friday. Lawtey was the wettest

daughter, Adrian of Orlandowas Mrs. Ed Prevatt and house- In RunoffContinued f place in the county in Jan-
visiting her parent., Sen. guests Mr. and Mrs. John "'
I IMMEDIATELY J uary with 6.30 inches of united h
and Mrs.( Charley Johns, from Carlson of Moline 111. were rainfall measured at the s99" chair

Monday Wednesday.. visiting relatives in Orlando I ( From Page One) Louis Hill Tower. The New iI Buy a Meyer Executive company;

(Mrs. N. L. Woodtmm was and:! St. Petersburg tho past I River Tower had 4.8 Inches "Oture
in the Gainesville Medic i Canter week. ner pitted against the Re Model 82
and the Santa Fe Tower 3.4.
from (Monday to Wednesday publican nominee, Martin La
Dr $25 TO $600 There 26 forest fires
were Spirit Duplicator and a'
Qoclna get
for ear surgery and check- of Galneavllle'. In the
In the in

up.Fresh Grade "A" Ktfgs, 3 Board Silent March Bradford 28 general Democrats election.turned which burned county a total January of 191.1 FREE 13.00 Starter Kit{ !

damn Doe out about 32 cent acres compared to six fires jnuihii' new dupllcitor prints 100 copUt' s
DO YOU HAVE Dowllng I'roduco per of their minute, & colors: Itt once, postcard to 'legal'
and! 86 burned in Jan. .
!Market. registered strength. at the palls I acres eta on ordinary paper..er wlln Thermal
On Courthouse
1966. Mattari, suitable printed matter also'
can be
-Too many piymentsf: to make? Mis. J. L. Gentry and: son- Tuesday with 1,851: voting out I Of the 26 fires In produced In e minute at very tow cost
in-law and daughter Mr. and of a registered total of, 0,799. 55395
i 20 are reported by the Forest
Too bills to ?
pay Airs.
many Hoist C. Beall find son
Continued! From Page One] Service have been labeled ,
of Macon Oa. spent the week Gainesville Steer "
end in St. Petersburg with Dave. Shuford appointed a committee "Incendiary, or Intentionallyset.

DO YOU NEED Mrs Gentry's sisters, Mrs. of Johns Mrs. ChaslaLn I
and Buck Norman to talk to Show And Sale Five blazes are listed as Now
Marian Fennell who is home you can
EXTRA CASH NOW? from belnain the hospital the Recreation Board about caused by cigarettes and one

I with a broken ankle and Mrs. bearing. moving costs of 918oO. ,- Slated Today inery.from use of farm machinery label anything '

LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR i Marie McMlllen. Tha Bealls Discussed further the WITH' SANFOftO'S
returned to Macon on Monday A dozen of the 69: steers
MONEY PROBLEMS I fusion over county road r ght- In >the 12th annual Greater Services HeldThursday the new' _
', of-way at the old Keystone ; ,
James Granger of Waldo overpass but agreed to let It'' Gainesville Area Steer Show For Q1I 1'< Tensor'fNT
and Mrs. Eva Machler of and ''Sale"\ < which opened this
We Are Trained To Help! ride when Sanitarian Jack "*
r. i Starke have been admitted to Trawlck said access to the morning (Thursday) .at the George D. PierceOeorge POINT MARKCHWrIUi I Anvil-

the Starke: Nursing Home. 'dump bas been attained and Gainesville Livestock "Market on any lurfaeet GI....
Local admittances to Brad were owned by Bradford Coun mehbolsstlcfwtwd, Lamp
Town Finance Co. I the situation ride for the cloth
can Dewey Pierce 68,
,I fold County Hospital this next year. ty FFA and 4-H members. of Starke died Tuesday tolls, waxed' papar ,..tiler.ate.PIIIMANINT A'quality

week Include Mrs. Emma FFA and 4-II.judging team A FMntMeify lamp
: Told a man owning a lot in afternoon
226 > N. Temple Ph. 961-7449 I' Harris Mrs. Minnie Gardiner contests were slated this after- following sudden WATCMPMOOr 49 V atemodeellprkY. sDAIT
the new Hogan Smith subdivIsion Illness. Mr. Pierce was stricken
Mrs. Louise Kite Mrs. Birdie noon beginning at 3 p.m.The OR YIN, ;
Lake the
I on Sampson steers were shown before ihow while at work at his poul- 12.95 a"eK
Clark Mrs. Christine Brin- Board do to MN
can nothing hurrya
try farm near Hampton andwa.s
Judge Dr. T J.. Cunha headof
son Mrs. Charity Henley survey for a road right-of- rushed to Bradford -
the department of animal
i Serving: Florida Miss Sillar Gunter Lewis way to the lots except to ex ,
science at the University of County Hospital, but succumbed
Since 1950oervice i i Heisey. Mrs. Freddls Sue press to County Surveyor Florida. enroute. I, ..

'Huntley and Mrs. Myrtlce Merrill McMillan\ the urgencyfor Sale of show steers will A native of Coffee County, '';
. t orie a reelin ffne. Conner, all of Starke; Harlow action. Four families are Ala. "Sticky" Problems?
he building
. begin at 7 p.m., according to was a retired -
1 Fuller Max Mooneyham./ ready to move onto their new I
I : Auctioneer Buddy Clark. Aver contractor and a veteranof ]urr ss
i V/1I"N"e I I e wOO" ee' '"'iIe .! William Sumpter, and Mrs. lots, but have no access to
. t.. them. age price last year was S1.8 World War I, having served ,, Etmsr'i Glus-AII K
Vivian Harth of Keystone
. 1 cents per pound, a show rec In the famed Rainbow
Heights; Mrs. Bessie Warrenof Took under advisement a ; Elmer's Epoxy Clue cHmeYConlactCement
Division. He of !,
Cordially member
: was a ,
: Mrsu Carolyn G I Hampton; Mrs. Eft 13 Boat- petition bearing 84 names askIng ord.Show
. : Chairman F. 1). vtc- the Madison Street Baptist '. -
Eaves that the Jewell Eunice .
. ', I Wright of Lawtey; Mta. Julie : newly t ,
I American
Ii Welcomes Road north of next Cormick has Invited all Interested Church. and of TTtena'i e
Johns of Lake Butler; Mrs. Lawtey be an pty,
: Representative priority for paving from the persona to come out Legion Poat 36. He had beena Clmtr't plus forewrYioeyoasol

. Ph. 964-5311 You and Your Chllstlan Beckham of Mel- county's secondary road funds. and see what this area can resident of the Starke area .:;...,. DESK CALENDAR

: 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your rose. Accepted a contract with produce in fine .beef animals. for the past six years, coming New Model No. 21. Com

: Starke New Home Dr. Don Chrlstoffera to establish Spectators will be invited< to here from Pompano Beach. : TM Baden Chemlgl Campony bine handy memo and

participate !In a carcass l JudgIng Surviving Is one daughter New3 appointment pad-2 calendars
. TilE BRADFORD a clay pit on his prop- \ Yorli, Hm York 10017 in 1. Base in plastic
contest and purchase Mrs. Francis Smith of Live .
e COUNTY TELEGRAPH erty. Attorney Yawn said he may _. _. ._ walnut or silver gray.
The State of Florida some choice beef for their .Y. .
1 would now present the con Oak; a son, George H. Pierce,
Published I home freezers. Starke: two brothers T. J.
Thursdayat Chrlstoffers'
every tract for Dr.
Iw' Our- Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ac
138 W. Call St. I ceptance. Pierce Jr and G. Cleve I

Ta Acquaint'' You With Your City. Stacks: Flo .2091 Agreed to begin steps to Pierce both I of Opp Ala.; one ,

secure a special act of the sister, Mrs. A. B. Cole also,, Just A'Few of The Hundreds
Second class postage paid of six grandchil Items
re't' Opp; and
If youare new in the area, a phone legislature to permit the coun-
at Starke, Fla. ''' roviincetown dren. ,
ty to spend public funds to
call will bring' you a prompt visit hire a private ambulance firm nt*.net. wvrcTtft W.II4HITONI itMOiUtMB Funeral services were held,, We Can Help You With

Subscription Rates: Clerk Charles Darby ...:. 'ou.nw* town nu MM at 3:30: p. Thursday in the ,
from'yoar local 'hostess. Please give In trade area: $3.00 per said Mace the measure apparentlywon't ",. \, .- ....... ...r.et.. ""'ua... Madison Street Baptist

year; $2.00 fix month Church with Rev. Felder
become' a general bill. 1- ,
her a-calll! She has maps and many ,
I E. L. Matthews, editor and The county has already agreedto i Rowan officiating.:: Interment -I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHAGE
Better Home Furniture Co. In Crosby; Lake ,
free .and wonderful >gifts for you DUbllaher pay DeWitt O. Jones Funeral "' was
Home 912,000 per year 1200: S. Edjtewood A,"e. Cemetery with DeWitt C.,
Outside trade area )4.GO
front local businesses. subsidy to defray his expenses. Jacksonville Florida 3220,1: Jones Funeral Home In
12.25 six months
i per year: The money is being put In a charge of arrangements; I 1-



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Woman's ClubInternational Margaret Cottle I "." '!f'Wft.,..-..",-, ,.''

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Weds L. L. Dyal Jr __ .

Tea, March. 8t hAn In Church Rites

International Coffee w11l Mrs. Margaret Ann fottli

be held at the Starke Womar I of Starke and Lloyd LavernDya

GLADYS MOOTY Club on Wednesday, March 8. ,- ) Jr of Brooker wen

Phone 964-7608 at 3'30: ( p. m. with the progra! united In marriage on Stum
under the direction of the day. Feb. 4. at 7 p.m 'in .ih<
I, chairman of Internatlon First Christian Church will

Junior Affairs Miss Della Rose; Charles Reese minister' ,per

| forming the nuptials. I
To Meet The bride was attired 'm a
,Aldo( Zelaya an exchan i ,.
student attending Bradfo; k 1 I pale pink light wool .\ Ilnt'l' .
The executive : dress with matching coat and .
School from Encarna.
High I I .
Junior Woman's wore a cymbidium orchid '-or -
Ion Paraguay will speak on & ; -
I In her hair she won a
meet tonighb [ ) sage
Women and Culure In Panguny. -
.,' o'clock at the home Miss Rosenberg wUl I pink and rose colored satin

\ Curtis Edwards talk on the Interama 1 In \ I headpiece which held in place

41 f club The will March be held Dade, County. Several varie- I a Mrs.short veil.Wayne PnrrtHh ol I _
coffee from forelg
I at 8 o'clock at the ties' of : Brooker attended her :ustei! '
countries will be served i4 i-
) Each !member wll! : I as matron of honor in a blue
17 Is livIng -
Zelaya; ,
Mr. age
linen< dress with matching I II
I favorite dessert. here with the Joseph D. ., ,1, I jacket. With this she wore a LIF

the recipe. Warren family during his fjf "..-',"" / : : I pink sweetheart rose corsage
, Mrs. Elzla Sanders "
.. eleven months here. His ,\; I L,. attended his
"(t Lloyd Dyal
a brief ,: pJ' '
accountant .
father is a public "t, .. son as bent man. _
'IiL _
Wayne Whlffen and past president of Rotary > ; ( ...<1 A reception was held In the
slides on the Berlin ', .. ,", _
His mothera 1s '-'" 0\0.
talk International. T: '': 't.\'I.I church fellowship hall which I
give a on school .
, retired public I was decorated for the occasion
The social 'teacher Following his grad 1Nancy with arrangements of bridal F

Charles Sawyer uatlon he will tour a. portion I' flowers and greenery Thebride's
Coats Mrs. Ous
of the USA before turning table WAS centered witha
and Mrs. Norman : ] I'
to his home in August three-tiered wedding: cake
be In charge of !
Hostesses! for the meetlr I decorated with pale pink roses

will be Mrs. C. M. Schmlt : and green petals, topped by a I

Starke chairman. Mrs. N. B. Rosle cluster of roues. Serving the

PTA To Meet I Mrs A. J. Barry Mrs E. B. cake were Mrs Harold Sonella I .

Searing Mrs. Venner Spire, of Jacksonville' sister of the

V Mrs E. E. Thornton Mr groom and Airs Kenneth I

Frazier Shaw. Mrs. D. 1 1.. Noegrel of Gainesville, slater
The Starke :
wUl meet Tuesday at : Silcox. Mrs W. S. Slade. Mr I of the bride. Mrs. Townsend _
Bufor Strickland of Starke and Mis.
Pate Brown, Mrs. V
m. in the Cafetorlum
Michael Sexton. phy l Mitchell Mrs. T. O. Rite Roy 'McDavId Jr of Gainesville .
I Conner. I Zacek presided at the punch -, U'-. .tr.enwerae-'ia1lf '1' e' 'i
Mrs. Lucian 1
I ucation physical coach fitness.will The and Becomes Bride bowl. Also assisting In nerving ,- T_ --- ..-..-- '-""' ''''''.....--- .., .-r __ ---.or'. ____J

were Mrs. L. C. Kelleyof
fourth grade\ mothers First BaptistYouth Of Mr. RozboraMiss Waldo and Mrs. Harold

in charge of Attend Waters of Starke. New BHS Physical Ed Building

I Nancy Victoria. Zacr Following: a wedding trip to

Music FestivalTwenty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. points of Interest in Florida

IWIII&I Anton Zacek; of Hampto; the couple In residing at 37 I I -
\ members of became the bride of Oeori Lanler Drive Columbus Ga. (.'Tonhi" lluvld llnr-w, Tony (Urlfflth and Alike\ AtoiliiH
First :Baptist Church Yout of Mr. The groom is Specialist 5th:; ,. '
Steven Roebora, son | . Choir and their adult chat II erone attended the Florid and Mrs. Junction Steve Rozbuia.N. Y. on i pliyHlful. nlufiitlDn futility. Putting the BUS athletic program -

v the bent In the state, fur as dressing and
Music Festival among
I Baptist January 14 at flve WCTU Tea Held -
Saturday, ) -
in Orlando last Saturday. In Saint F.dwli1'da< ? __ truiiilng facilities are .-.c-onrvmtsl, the new field JIIHIMM. .contains
Attending were Jane IL11d Catholic Church. Rev Edward At Park-of-Palms \ c 'S two dressing( ruoniH with Bhn"i-r fmlllllen> ... paneled lounge

Ruth Crosby, Diane Thomaj A. KirbY performed the .: u weight trulning ro..tn. udinlnlntratUn. offl<-.>, .and. a 'largeequipment

Sandra and tlnda Haa _ room. un nuptial mass. Members of the Starke I
Robin and Betty Jo Warrer altar were: ___________
Decoratingthe Wlllard
WCTU held a Francis
Carol Hard: ,
June Hardy two baskets of white gladlc the home of the president I
Rosier. Katherine Pee> Tea at -. Inm-rt. : The huge ni\v weight training room. Hoe Insert
Patty against a bad Mrs. Charles Oehrlg in
and mums
Nancy Proctor. Debra Pre I Ii uj above. will lie .an Integral hart of the BUS training program
\ ground of palms. Park-of-the-Palms, Keystone '
IWIII&I Melod I ,1' Athlutio IHrevtor David lliirnu.
,: vatt. Ccleen. Nlchola. Miss Bandlne Chlsm rendered Heights _ InxtltuttMl by
1 ,
Pauline Pctersor
Cuttina. the .
nuptial music as After a short business session '

J Don Hardy Greg NichOL: guests gathered and also dw (Mrs. Fred Sacher gavean : Li' At left! munugprii pink. football gear away In the

1 1a..Six Rick Yaon and Jimmy Cros ing the mass. Interesting: account of the .:' _ new field\ 1 house. '

'when you need by. Itiey were accompanied Edward Hickman of' New life of Francis Wlllard. and ,'0 _ _
anranee, eneck by Mr. and Mrs. Bud Yaur, York served as best man and Mrs. W. H. Nollman lead, '- -

Yarns's famous Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Mrs. Johi the ushers were Jlmm several of her poems. Rev V : g& as. __ __
C. Greene, Mrs. J. D. War Smith Herb Nelson and J. Ragsdale, pastor e of the _
for .....1&1 .... ren. and William Ot'orgiviniiter Ernie Ot'>lbrecht. I First (Methodist Church of

low that on* out of Music and Edu j Miss Llndia Crews served as Starke gave a cliallcnglrg t tI tie Increase in old age assistance tier. tlu provtalnnH of' Section
UUJ.:111, H..rl.li4 to
may cave nation. 1. maid of honor in a floe message to the membemlilp, \Trends Noted 4. but we tan out of time nth of the corporations Hlatlitea.listed

dollar And : The Music Festival i is 'B I length gown of gold trocad I Purpose of the tea was to before getting the lattei below the Hum bulnir. ineorp.rate,4 -'
/early event attractlni with lend support to the Leadership In County'sFarm I passed in the Senate. under tlie law* ofKlorlilii
Warm .... .1.. and pale 'vellow crepe and HLCoiilInMT, to. the
|I Youth Choirs from all ove; empire waistline. Her nose I Training School when temperance I "I personally feel tlii t more rernrda. of th* Florida Revenue .

ntstandlng. that central and south Florida leneth veil was held in placewith workers are trained, MakeupHigher I responsibility should] be! put every such(N'nmnilusion tuiporatlun, catch uppeamlelliHiuent and

Insure snore thirty-eight, choirs totallni a golrl bow metrhin!( Refreshments were served ; on our local government! and I (. '1 tar on.. ((1)) or more'

ua than anyone I '>ver: 1.500oung people participated I her gown.! She carried a bou by the hostess and a oo"k In-on Income f\-om fewe, _; ri not on the state level. If further anil year,. puymnnt In the uf ruling tabs ot' reports under
Dui "Alcohol and Christian
.1... Call : Jin"the festival. qupt ofleUMY': roses, interspersed I farms a swltc: Information is needed the imivlnlurt1,,, of Section, tiOH.J3Florida .
iff::tIe large'number of participants with Ivy fluence"( was presented to the i but larger ; please feel free to call me at Statute. and that untl -
_details! ', strawberries (o poultry (as 'I'r Iho uf mild 1 "Heutliin -
mt for : :;' : ; the festival wa Attendim 'as< brld mal 8 I pastor for use In the church |[ tom my home or my place of "ll5,1t1 iunvlHl'ini: Florida HtatuHH
Dgl'lcultUl'e -
leld In both': the,First Bap. were Mlssfs' Harriet Huroe: library. the county's\ leading business In Lake City mild ,'i>rpnrHtlotiM. have been
MERRITT Jst/ .Church ano; the First I money-maker-: and a dc 'II i.liin, .ed .e ilbjmt. I') dltmolu.,
Llnh I I production were I- ,ii.,., iiiifl. that nlxty 1 (60 day
dine in hog
:' ,' frfsbyterlan,,Church' In Or Tt t t, They. were trowti1: 1 l<1en. I ( 1 In ; nfier, due of this publication
ando. The- final concert wai to the honor attendan HOme o fthe trends noted IV r OOITNTV .II'Mil<:':* l-fJfllT, each and every ktuli ourporatI'n -
tlcally I' the U ,S. Department ol Com- INvr: > run/ / lilt vm.mtn list, ,.d helow fiat; ha. not
117 N. Wali.ut, I' held In the : First Baptist am cnrrlfrt a similar bouquet .''oi.Nrv! Ki.oitmv[ t In the nitanllm, filed 1 It* r'.-
Church sanctuary with about meive Bureau of Census te In I rp I r>tnt, <> (,ifWAtIUIl Ijorm' fliu' >nil, pu.li 1 the taxeM
Phone ), .!. filghllght of yellow rf1I1t'I.GIven port for 1964Although : I K" ,HCIIMIDT. due tinder the |jrovt'.l...n* .ofHHitlnn '
I 1,000 singers performing. in marrlaee bv he ha UlH. .HUHHllll HUH ::13. KlorlUa. Hta.
fa DM whit WTmni : of the festival wai the bride lovel: the county '0 ('l'' '1'" ( ItI-II'Illi: ) I P MAll lute*. will l II.. certified to thy
father. was
Ml lira, .......,.. he performance of "From, riT I'' 119 fewer farms In 1084 thai .'1'.1' It..",. .of III" HHlnlpif lovKinur, of' the State. ol Florida .
in a white floor lentil: (11'0'WTI ate\: W..II I 1.1NehnIi" ; t. ii I* lea Shining Sea" a fan- ; It did 1 1059. theaverage ,'Ir-
To nntiried' itntl
of or"' tally baaed on "America the r'hantillvice featuringfit't.d i II of farms increased from \131..3! .'(1 1 to fll. OilY i.lulntM. nr ilfiHnd ,-. aid cOI'por.ll. ,
., hiivpig"In.t
whUh Ih"y mity
>beautiful."' by the- massed! borllpe, and ralla 111' __ acres to 2J 0.4 acres in the I-- 'II nnlil i-Mlnin. In thu, or- Illl \II.'."'Ii (01 VTVnill
choirs accompanied by a 20 slwve*, The straight skirN same period. Rep. RalphTyre : rii-t, of ito <-niintv JiiilHrt. nf '.M".'..)' rhevrolet Inc.. ,
devoted fc liuiilford, Cniinly, Fln.I, In i4liike., FIJI,
CORNER Jeee orchestra. ..d rose lace appllgue' aItie Total acreage Faces OppositionOn Ih.' t riiirthdlmo.. '. lit lii elk*.. Liradfuril. County Abmraet
STALLINGi'S bottom The irown! hart twatipau fanning In the county locreas- lnrlrlu., within nix ralnndninonthH ,' ('l>lI\p..ny. Stance |Tu.|
I iA! from 62,898 in 1959 to 7.287 .(.- March 28th from,,, the ilnt. Is f>.f the ('..ntllry ICnterprlne. Intorpoiatod -
JPW Members chapel troln attach- .
'IrHt pilblliiutlnn.' of thin n* tU-fl ", HlarkB. KlaKlnialey .
.. .. > acies In 1P64) Averagevalue denn,1, iniiHt.. hen Hum 3erv-
A r t > ,,brt1i1T'' ltd l 'chili' ilalm or Charter
OASIS LOUNGEYour Meet/ At Homef ,iffant veil of Illusion, wai of each farm increased Rep. Ralph C. Tyre of Lake wl'IUnN'lIn.1$ fillet, ntntw' the I Ice.I MI..rk..1.la.
I lace. or rftnUlpni, w and, pnNt 01'- n.l111I'an..fu"'lIrlnlr'., ; ; <"kHaleM
)f: Mrs. Torode ittached to a headpiece ci"bite riom $16,093 to $37,920! during City was unopposed fcr the rice fililriiiH of I thi.. Mutmtint, Clip. Drunker. Fla,
roses accentuated with the five year peiioJ Average Democratic nomination for I mil, mUst ho wnrllJ, by I thvInlmnnt It la further" directed. that .a
CLOSEST Spot For lan ,' till invent 'P,i his nt- copy 1 of thin notli-e hall b.
The' Starke BPW Club met Ivy. value per acre of farm, the House of Rcpiesentatlves. tnrney, ir It will l I..".IHIIH. volilKpoKllnir HilillHlieil. one time In the
LIQUOR -. WINES. -' BEER- Thursday night; Feb. 23 atthe Mrs. Zacek chose for heitauBftter' released from $147.74 tt District 13 but will .. u to .Iii. W. Itradford' <'(>tiin'y. Telegraph a
.* In .Fe-brtury :Inl., 11)07Miirlnn ) newHpaper'. publlnhed. In Htarke,
(16781( Republican
of Mrs. wpd"tnqblu.
A.M. 12 P.M. ([ UunnlnJl01ll1loU'lItrl. Klnrlda. Invhltlt" county the
Open en: XlngsUy Lake with Iren with Jacket 'and white I Though farm operators declined the special election on Match ,\" .. of the horn office of the above Hated

Klmmon .. which : from 423 in, 1959 to 28fn 28. H'Htale: of ('f'rI>or"U..n., are shown to be
Mn. Bea presiding.Mi's 'Ps5nnida.
Friday and ..Saturday 9 A.M.2 A3!. / wa com- i Wultor F. i4chnilIl.1 1 I lire tedKHALI'.
Della Rosenberg presented jlemented, with a white 1064 those who remained He is competing for one of .1..'eiiNI ( '
'SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON lUOST'3 'FIFTHS a program off Orlenta- hid: corsage. I nthe business were making the two House seats in the rilOMAASttorniynotLuw*.. P1 Hf"/I\/ IV WITVnSH 'VilE) Il IOP'!: Ihae

tloft. and Mrs. Mildred Doyle Mrs. mother 01'-1 more money All farm Income six-county district comprising \ hereunto net my hand and
Rozbora. new Ol.n/ V,il,'til Temple Avo.Itnrko i-auaeil the Oreat Meal, of the
OR QUARTS unmarlaed accomplishment rroom. was attired in a vas reported at $1,314393 Ir Bradford. Baker "KlurldnPlrnt ,. Suite at Florida. to 1,5- afflneilit
at F the SUrke club. Mrs. Mar- thin tripling in thi Nassau anJfnion puhll. atkri, en :March Talt'ihimoee, the fupltol: ,
>|ITI beige suit with nJnk: acressorles 950 more Clay, Columbia
8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 2. I ICe .iret; F. :Brown gave a, brief and complemented ive-year period to $4.01583 Counties. ::1.! 4 II, S-2\:iOHIMHI i A, P. 1HU7M .

1.a11J. pn public relations and with a white orchid corsaae!!! In 1964 During the same five The 33 year oil) Tyre was i CIlIA KnVfc'M'B:: *, C0>:|.-

..Mre: ;'. Evelyn i ) Haney presentcd A reception wa* held In the year span. average Income pe I ilected: president cf' the STl4I'_.:Fil 01"Ill 1'11'1'11'1"1 4Cfp I.:, .): .1.MIHtHON I Kn':' :HTHAPCIHV:

her "personal development rarrlsh Hafl which was decorated Farm increased from $2.693: tt freshman clans Ir: the <' ,"l'10NXNutll ,1,,I i-..I. Htrauwhn. Director
pe 'rf'r on how to relax at the with, baskets of whiterladloll UnicyclistFree $111,376 runner-up as the outstanding III livrirliy Klin' tin It
NO RAFFLE NOTICES i end of a .buty day and mums. The Act Income classified! at "fruit: freshman and flaw-finder' in '

A nominating committee was ,nlde'. table! was covered: and nuta" I including straw. 'ollls among the 35 new mem I' [ : 1

PLEASE! I II I pointed, composed of MM. .with a white lace cloth and I Set For FarOne berries! increased from 1128. bers. '

BJ'IWI) > ), :Sfni 'Doyle and Mrs. entered: by a three tiered 906 In 1959 to fJ5.263( In 1964' Tyre, ,has served in the.

'aney.' veddlng cake at the base ot of the special attractions The moat significant tiem Florida National Guard for, Come Hear ", p----'
In spite! of repeated notices that we can- i The Florida State BPW scheduled for appearance -
rtilch was a garland of rioted in the new census mpoit 12 years being honprably I
e not publish such mate sial. The Telegraph ." Headship Tout to Conta Rica ilumoaus, fern and white pom. at the Bradford County is the great Increase 0 discharged with the rank of I

continues to receive requests for advertising w1lbe'\ held March 10-13. poms. Fair and Strawberry Festival' chickens tour months old. anc! 1st Sergeant In 1&02: He Is Mrs.f Brannon

the ale of chances con various ob.;cts tarke members flying from The punch table was covered Is world famous unleycllst over The 1959 figure wag 34- In the petroleum business and1;

by dubs, organizations, and individuals.In MI1lD11 event.:: will to participate be BOla Kimmons to this, < wHh a white cloth and Mario Rojas, from Mexico 198 which by 1964 hal. increased also an appliance distributorn '
City, Mexico.
held silver and crystal punch to 296,824 Lake City where he Is. a I
the Post Office department aullne Torode, Loyree Co- the He has appeared un='e? the
the eyes of iow $ Presiding at punchbowls Although current figures an member of many civic groups,,
such sale' of tickets constitutes a lottery mice, (Mlldr.2 Haney.Doyle. DesuDyaJr' Della were Misses Joyce blgblg top of all leading circuses not ,available. It I la estimated and the Baptist. Church He I FIRST BAPTIST

cannot be sent through the U. Evelyn Tonklln and Kay Oarbett. at the Hollywoood ha graduated from Columbia
and, as such osenberff, and Dorothy Mil- that Bradford County row
Standing In the receiving I Palace and on the Ed Sulli- School 1962. I CHURCH
S. malls. Calling the sale a "donation" does berarer.. aver a million buds in Iti High
line were the bride and van Show. He has traveled I IRep
for the post.
the meaning In the of Postal rapidly expanding broiler: ant'layer In announcing!
not change eyes .
the I throughout the world. i
Toom. their' parents, and said "I have al- "
'N I coirvrr JUDUF/M/ ('OVRT.'N I Industry. making
authorities.We I AND FUR HIIAD"'OIUJCOUNTY. the bridal party. Mr. Rojas !will appear largest producer of farm wavs been interested In the March 2 :.
: riORlOA.I Miss Inger Hansen kept nightly at 6:30 and 9:30: at districts. I':' ,
of our
with youth .
are sorry that we cannot comply I FBI EHtate Of' Income at the present tlm'J.Poultry t. f5.se
notices of such sale of 8. W. WIIITFHEAD.! d.c.d. he bride's book and Mia the Fairgrounds on March and poultry product coached teams of Pop Warner P.M. ; '
requests to print NOVICE! OK PBOMATH Beverly Patterson cut the 29 30 31 and April 1 J. There boys. carrying 7:30 :1i
** If we !! IN- Income In 1964 was estimated for young : : .
I tickets and subsequent "drawings. : TO AJA. MCRjBUNH' ride's cake. will be no charge to see his to Jacksonville each :
TF.RElT:! D IN THB3 ESTATE at $331,503. putting it on __ --'
do, however we run the risk of having that OF tAIL t>ECKDE.VTsVou : The bride chose for: travel- performance with Saturday for three years." --

issue of The Telegraph barred from the : ar. hereby notified thatwritten m. a Navy blue dress with in almost equal footing "I know there are Iota of
a' Instrument purporK strawberries atthat time. the life of being the wife of a successful!
mails. I > to b* the last will und notching-. accessories complemented Cattle and calves in the fields: that need help from the
..tam nt of eald decedent ha* with a corsage! "
We would appreciate it if all clubs, other b.thl..l.. court admitted Foe to are probate' hereby In from her bridal bouquet. House of ,Carpets ounty showed 1999 an to 9659 increase In State"such level as school Re'I'r bus drivers lawyer to the life of standing by that lawyer when
8.471 In
organizations, and individuals would under' mmande within *lx calen-of The couple is now .re!'>ld- Quality Carpets at BudgetPrices Flora while hogs and pigs hospital workers and old age God called him to be a preacher evangelist,, ia: the
the date 1964.
dar month
out in this matter' and would ng in Wichita. Kansas,, name'
stand position the lrt publication ."r this from 2.520( to 1,206n assistance to just a
cease to submit such items for publication. Do.I... to.spp.r In thl* courtid where Mr. -Rozbora Is .taloned Expert Installation in Starke Fecllned five-year period few. "1 was pleased] to be one i, story Mrs.\ CUlt Brannon will tell Thursday
.howL U- If any youean. at McConneli! Air No Extra
Area at Charge
.. why. th. .itloti of th laaOllrt of the ones that helpej get I
will Force :Base. :Main .Gainesville I night at the First Baptist Church. You will be
BRADFORD) COUNTYTELEGRAPH In dmlttlna- mid 534 N. the forestry. people's working ,
to probat atiqukl Poe stone 378-1398 I Adjustable Vinyl Book hours 'reduced the school
I rivckcd Flrat publication., pn ,reb. .. thrilled and blessed by her story.T1IUR111If .
Tb.ron. A. TawnCOU.VTT un. Covers. Ail slzea: 3(1( cents e..... lunch workers a much needed jl i

I JUDGE .i.n i-- .it The Telegraph. I Increase: In salary, and ,a, llt- ,

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'I'fI1JBSD'AT.. MARCH '*,..1967Bollcs
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V .. Hot Battle
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I Fourth Period Surge Nets Tornadoes Group 4 Title

In Nlrcvllle thin weekend.

Keeping their poise under a ny which now ha* a 5B game I run anything this year but a. Hornbuckle kept Bolles in the In Niceville .* .*

tough press In a nip end tuck I winning/ streak going leavesno 2-1-2 zone and it has) gotten game in the first half with: Larry Brown has been (outstanding

Golfers contest the Tornado Five put doubt of that tougher as the season rolled Jumpers from the top of the on the boards for the

V BHS Edge together a six point surge In Both teams Saturday night along. key. He scored 14 points! ,rrij; BHS Meets past month and should con-

the fourth period to( take Bol committed more than the us- "The all did 'a good Job," high for Bollea. In the firs \ Tigers_ tinue to dhow atiength in
V lee 42-35 and the Class A ual number of floor mistakes, was Coach Adkinson's comment half but couldn't manage a *,"* % ,* this department. The Kansas
By GHS 1 Point Group 4 Basketball Tourna. an indication of the tension on the Bolles tame as basket In the second halt under *1, 1.. t. titt- University bound athlete la

ment in Orange Park's new the players felt. The Tornadoes he refused to single cut: any pressure from BHS'' tough when the ball is In the

V Radardome.It held the edge in that single Individual.But Dale Crosby who stuck to In Regional Friday air.
Evening: their season markat left the BHS season I department too. but their Bollcs also put a tough him like a leach Dale Crosby has been steaJi-

1-snd-l., 'Bradford High> standing at 22$. superb defense never allow- defense and added press each, I Bolles' Duncan Postmt, I ,. -- ly Improving at bite guard
golfers edged out clnsa!! AA Big Larry Brown cooly sum I ed Bolles to
Gainesville High School by one< three of four free throws when.I miscues, Tornadoes managed to hang: point average could manage basketball country Coach Lake City to U.S. 90( to( De- I great Job. Keep it up Dale.
in rematch
point: Tuesday the Starke a Golf and the Tornadoes were down 33- The Tornadoes have never within a point or two. Chris but 9 points under tight coverage Warney Adklnson's Torn dq,I'funiak/ Springs. A right turn Bob White! really hits the 20
played on 32 with Bradford fans going I I by Bobby White and c-agers will meet Lake City just past Mossy Head onto Jumper from around' the key

Country Club course wild after each basket. The Wayne McLeod tomorrow (Friday) at 8:30: SR-285 leads directly Into hole position and should be
The match was played on two point 3 -3a edge wag the But the Bolles defense also p.m. EST in Niceville In the Nlcey lIe. Motels in the west running red hot at the Toul'DlI-

the point systemwhich the winner glveione' of most the Tornadoes had enjoyed held down McLeod and Class A Region I Basketball coast area are plentiful Nice- ment. .
polaC tc S # *
since the opening minutes vUle is Fort Walton
White. Starke's to,) scorers Tournament. near
each Individual match'and Threeof one of the game But In the second halt as the Orestview and Niceville will V Beach, a popular resort area.I ITORNADO 1'redivtlon fur thin. week:
point: for low team score. Paul McLeod, high point Victory. Frliliiy' night aguliist
four Bolles defense tolled to the meet at 10 p.m. KST In the
the ,Tornadoes golfers man for the champlon] i the Timers. un<| Saturday night
:beat their while!) left side with McLeod and second game of the preliminaries -
GHS had the opponents low team ecoreanct game with 15, added a jumper: White the way! was :left open Winners of the two I a!* well but after playing one
and a charity shot to put the< of the bent games. of thi;
one' 1 Individual winner tara for Paul MjLeod: to close In games /will meet Saturday at ,
Tornadoes ahead 3833vltl 9 EST for the Region V I IA KeliMllt.were. .
3-2 final score. for jumpers from the! right p.m. '
about four minutes remaining I championship and a chanceat I IL II
Bill Adams won over GHS )14' aide.Paul Junior Paul MrLrotl Iml I
in the contest. '
Steed Roundtree three hit six of nine field the state Class A titlo "
q by: BUS against Belles with IS
It was a tense close game "tPf capable of beating those
next weekend
fabulous 61?
=. trokes for ,the day's biggest goal attempts, a point II "
all the way Saturday night as I Crestview has the best record teams.
__ margin. The Tornadoes' Jim per cent from the field. He V I
Coach Warney Adklnson'i 't of the four teams at 23-3.: Or the upcoming Region. I
Ckvlwln: : won by two stroke : also sank three of four free
_==. over Cordon Harrison and< five took an early 5-2 lead V throws ures. They hit 29 of 63 field Niceville has, won 2q and lost I ;ti Siy Tournament\ this weekend

,_ Starke'o. }Harry'Batcher edged but were down three points, l\ It was Paul's Jumpers* that goal attempts against the 6. The Tornadoes have a 22- I Brown says.
-::- by OHS' Chuck Gulnn by a 11-8, after the first peilod 'v-! kept the Tornadoes in the Raiders for a 43 per cent I 6 season mark and Lake City I I '"It's kinda' hard to tell. Ihaven't

_. Jllngla atroke. J. Roy Chastee They closed to within one ., game as the fourth period average II i ia, 14-8. seen but one of those

was 'beaten, by GHS' Ralph point, 19-18. at the half, rolled around. He lilt three Orange Park's tall: Lee Crestview edged PensacolaTate. j .llna TenpIe V I teams and that's Lake City.'

I/oaey. finally tied it 22-22 midwaythe stialght) to the Tornadoes Schlichtman had 23 pointsfor Class A state championsyear _'-, We can certainly beat them.
put -
'I,"I'" Hatcher'won' the match for third period, but could within one point. then to put second high. before last, 46-41, in ; The coaches and other players

..._ the, Tornadoes on the final never take the lead until them ahead by one but Bolles Statltitictt Group I play for a berth in The Tornadoes have been I seem to 'think the Tornadoescan
a match! Brown them ahead two I the regional play-offs. Nice- ripping their opponents for win the region he noted.
....-. ho1 Had he lost his put came back to lead sen-sawed Bolles Game
the score would have been 3-2 points with his tension laden I until Biown's lice throws yule beat Marianna 70-51 in the past few g&me and standan The remarks are Indicativeof
the'other way. charity shots. I lead Score by quarters: Group 2, Lake City' topped excellent chance in their a young man who thinks
I the Tornadoes the
The Tornadoes will play In It was the fifth straight gave BHS-8 10 12 1242 Tallahassee Richards in Group bid to reach the State Tournu- things out, who looks ahead
next they kept.Browfl's 3, and Bradford High downed ment at Florida Gym in a' talent not usually found In
Green Cove Springs game the Tornado defense under the Bolles 11 8 10 6-35
ThursdaY :March 9, in a trl- held opponents to 37 points I KIIS Dale Crosby, right, keeps tiln' hand in front of boards led prowess'directly to his BUSWhite 2-2-6, Jack- Bollea of Jacksonville 42-32; Gainesville on March 10-11 moat 17 high school students of
with Green Cove and In Group 4. Last; week at the Group IV : years.
match those scored by Class AA the taco of a Ilollwi, player In the Tornotloew' 42-33 win for charity shot as he grabbed son 0-0-0 P. McLeod, 6-3- College Brown expects, will
Orange Park. The locals have Ocala. In 23 the Tornadoes BHS,however, beat Tate last Tournament played at Orange ,
not played the Green Cave games the Group 4 Cluwi A title. Such tight defensive play hate offensive rebounds and was 15 Brown 2-3-7 W, McLeod. year In the first round ot Park the McLeod brothers, be a "new experience all-
have allowed
... con rile. of an aver held Tornado opponents to 43 points per gajne this aeaaon. fouled as he fought to go up 6-0-12, Crosby, 1-0-2; totals regional play Niceville then, Wayne and Paul led Big Red together. I won't, know whatto
only 45 points.
:r' age for a lay-up. All of his 7 I 17-8-42. edged the Tornadoes( three In a lopsided win over hopeless expect."

Hometown OrangPal'k Dale Crosby points came In the last halfas Bolles Postma 2-5-9 points to win Region., I playin Orange Park 67-34. In the But onething. he does know,
:..: : Bill .Forsyth fen to the Tornadoes for 'the the' big man grew more Cowdery 2-1-5. Kares 1-0-2. 19116 but went down in the final game on Saturday night& "When the guys are reallyup
third time
Elected To Head this season, agiesslve in putting pressure, Hornbuckle 7-0-14 Wilhelm first round of the stats tourna- against Jacksonville Bolles, for a game and want to
Friday night In the pI cUmin- on the Bolles defense. 2-1-5: totals 14-7-35. ment. Big Red won a rip-roaring play we have a tremendousteam.
Of Roping Club aries and Belles crushed BHS PlaymakerHas Wayne McLeod was second I Orange Park Game This year Crestview has battle 42-35 as again the Mc- ." But be also remembered -
Fernandina 50-25 to gain the high for the Tornadoes with Score by quarters: beaten Nicevillethree times Leod brothers walked off with games like Lake Cityin

..:.-drb. The Bradford Roping Club finals. 12 points and White bad 6.I BHS-17 20 13 17-67 by 1, 3, and 10 points in four top scoring honors. the Florida Star Tournament
held ,its monthly meeting The championship contest, The Tornadoes hit 17 of 36 O. Pk,-5 16 3 934 meetings. Nlcavlll topped C the Tornadoes lost 38-

.....;; Wednesday. ,Feb. 22, at 7:30 however, was a real thriller Job"I field goal attempts for a BHSWhite 4-1-9, Jackson : Crestview once by three points OUt In Nlce\llle this week 36, and the last game with

:.._. ,i$.m:, at: the Fairgrounds.. It. was a good one for the Tough very respectible 48 j iar cent I 0-1-1, p McLeoxl l 6-4-.16. The Tornadoes, have beaten the, Tornadoes will fate Lake Macclenny, the Tornadoes lost
Officers for the coining year Tornadoes to win since they average. But they hit only 8 Brown 5-1-11, W. McLeod Lake City twice, 70-41 and City In the first round of the it too 50-48.

..::.:: were elected as follows': Bill hal: lost the Dunedin Christmas of 17 free throws a low 47 12226. Crosby 2-0-4, Silcox 45-36, but the wins were Region I battle It',. sad to "That one could have easily
:Forsylh president; Merrill Classic and the Florida don't care who shootsit. In some rough ball games and per cent average 0-0-0 Williams 0-0-0, Oriffls sandwiched around a loss to think that' Big ned defeat gone the other way," Brown
Griff la. vice president Marcla Just so it goes In," Tornado he's doing a real! fine job" V .
; Star Conference Tournament Wayne McLeod was high 0-0-0: totals 29-9-67 the Tigers in the Florida Star the Tiger twice In regular lIIays.I
: 'secretary R.: J.: basketballer Dale Crosby the coach
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Sherwood by two points\ to Lake City. says. against Orange Park in the' Orange Park Warner 2- Conference Tournament which season gurnet and lust (the
treasurer; Adrc Crosby admits to being a -- _
..-... Shannon! After ending up on the says.Though preliminary contest with 28 0-4, Vangundy 1-0-2 Schli meant the loop title. Lake City Conference Crown to them In
Brown wrong end of two( tournaments points ,most o{ them 20 footers chtman 9-5-23, Prevatt 000 edged the Tornadoes two points Lake City in on oirr-tiinv 111'8-
and Mark Adklns,, six But be sRldSaturdRy'
chairman; only games ago, whetting; playmaker.
Coach Adklnson and 'I from the left side. Paul Green 1-0-2. Reemtlln 0- 38-36 in an overtime contest. ilon.. I don't think the Tlg'm
:;i ... arena chairman. his appetite' oa tough Macclenny group championship -
-t...... Ot1tet"1bulllness of the -meeting his players had to prove to in a 00-48 thriller The game with Bolles wax McLeod had 16 and J Lal'l'YBrown 0-0 Hudgins 1-0-2, Attaway The BHS squad left; this will, leave a rluiiu'e to u].""t
themselves that they could 11 to give the 'Tornadoes 0-0-0. Lauderdale 0-0-1 totals morning (Thursday) for Nice the hot .shouting, tttlngy Je-
.-.. Included plans for the big Tornadoes lost, Crosby now 'worse than the Macclenny '
.. play good ball under sus- three men in double fig.I 14-6-34. Villa which Is 315 miles from feti's, that the Stencil will show. :
Horse Show to be held In conJunction has as much responsibility as game he started. _

,J *...1 with the< Strawberry tamed: pressure and in a : any man on the' Bradford High But the BHS senior, who I "Not really, I guess," Brown _
Festival later this month.Trophies tournament.( The effort team. He plays "out front' says he's "Just shy of six i answered when asked If any

V 'for high point Feb- against Holies should have 'and is the Tornadoes' play feet," can take a large partof Brown Tough On Defense opponent had out Jumped him

unary/' winners In. each ,of t.he done much to bolster their maker, a big step up even 'the credit for the 42.35 win this season.

tour Ago groups will be confidence since they were though he was the Tornadoes'top over the Wildcats and the "Well, to be truthful, not
show down a point or two most of utility man. championship. Crosby stopped "
'awarded at the March really, I guess, was the answer -
starting at 2 p.m. Sunday. the contest. "He's doing a good Job considering Hollos' Chris Hombuckle who when the big man was
....a I' V There has never been any the experience he's had scored 14 poln.ts in the Is BHS' Top Rebounderout asked If he really knew how

doubt that the 1966-67 Tornadoes had at the position he's playIng first half and kept the Jacksonville high he could jump

V POINT for the are a good basketball ," Coach Warney Adkinson team in the game. Brown's only trouble is that
JillTHE RIGHT, In team. The long string! of says Dale had not been out Hornbuckle didn't get a point I Big Larry Brown may have of reach. He seems to havean In the contest. he's not shooting enough
.. the way ;you wrl e., Come ES- wins and the fact that front" since his Junior varsity the second half. 'stepped into Bradford( High instinctive feeling about Coach Adkinson called time something he attributes main-

....... and select your favorite they've lost only one home days a few years Vag>. "I just forgot about their School quietly this year, but where the ball will go, what out to discuss strategy with ly to being unfamiliar with
..... TERBROOIt fountain pen.: game by two points to ClassB "Dale had to come in rightIn wIngman and stuck to Horn- he's been noticed ever sinceas bounce It will take off the his players and Brown said: the way basketball Is playedat

Sw TELEGRAPH!!= M lp -: state champion Mucclen- the meat of the season and buckle," Dale says, and he he's starred on the Tornado buck board w. An alert playei, "Let'm put It up there, -,;EHS. "I didnt know the
did keep a hand in Horn- football and basketballteams. 'It's a rare game that he", Coach, I'll rebound It." offense or even where they

buckles ,face for 'the entire V doesn't steal the ball several He did, ,too. One shot played,"" he sold
Bob White 16 minutes of the second half. Polite, quiet and retiring times bounced off the basket with But
'I he owns an amazing 43
Hornbuckle's first ha'f performance would have to be the adjectives "He's an outstanding re- the Tornadoes trailing one -
cent of his shots
I !was good enough to to describe Brown off bounder and a fine defensiveball point 33-32. Brown reboundedand per average '
muke him Bolles' high man the athletic field, but when player for his size" Coach was fOuled going back from the field, pretty good
lor who Is afraid to
The Improved Cager For tho game, and the threat he's on it everybody knows it. Warney Adkinson says "He up for the basket. I shoot.; He made 68 of the ISO '

Crosby stopped' was a big one! As a football player, a game moves real Well Brown u The big man cooly sank field goals he's attempted but pe _
Crosby Is developing: con he played for the first time the strongest man on the teamat two of the most pressure
ho off lot when he
.. Opponents- have been noticing he didn't consider that a top fidence with every game and I 'this year ,Brown starred for 190 pounds. laden free throws of the season > has passes shots a right under the v4
: Bob White more and performance."It's I says he's "Just glad to DO state champion BHS and was Ho probably doesn't know to give BHS a 34-33 edge. basket. That percentage is a
out there." good enough to sign a college his own ability, of which ha ,
S.more of late-he's always because I've felt more A few seconds later, after good Indicator that se should 5. 1
J: been a good rebounder and relaxed and at ease, just like "If !we play like we'ra capable -I scholarship with the Uul- says "I wouldn't" say it all the Tornado defense had shoot more, the coach says.

in the last seven or eight it was practice" is the way of doing. I think we'll verstty of Kansas comes naturally. But persistent stopped Bolles Brown rebounded "Larry's beginning to get 'I

: _. Barnes he's, been stripping the White explains his scoring win it," Dale says of the A member of the top-notch BHS cage fans hav another BHS shot confidence 'In himself now" I' '
nets -with amazing accuracy V explosion. He thinks lie l) could Region I Tournament this Tornado basketball team now. caught flashes of a truly and again was fouled goingup. Adklnson says. Brown agrees; 'w

: "He's by far ,the most Improved have come around much earlier weekend. he is the team's leading re- amazing athlete, but only He sank one of those two he says he plans to shoot !

player this season," if he could have relaxed. Crosby has a near 3,0 average bounder, with an 8.7 average when the action becomes so charity shots to give his teama more in the remaining games. 1

2 Coach Warney'Adklnson Bays The tall, soft-spoken ath- at BHS and is a member and an outstanding defensive Intense he entirely forgets 35-33 lead that they finally On tournament play Brown I _
himself and totally
of the 6-3 senior. I lete feels the Tot nadoes of the student government player. becomes kept. says of the Dunedin Christ

White has the team's top -_ stand "as much chance as and the Bible Club. This will A tall 0-4 Brown has kept Involved. "Hd'd made up his mind that mas Classic: '

: free throw: percentage. He's anybody else" of winning the be his second letter In basket. the Tornado cagers in many The last time was against eventually did 42-35.: But they "I didn't really have any L

sunk 60 of 84, attempts for a state championship. baU and he plays first base games this season with his Bolles as the Tornadoes were trailed by a point or two most doubts (that the Tornadoes

JJri.. 71. per cent,.average, but go- '"We've got a good all- and the outfield on the Tornado outstanding rebounding he struggling to- win the Class A of the way and were still could play good ball in a

Ing into. ,the Region' I Tour- round team." baseball team. Just always seems to( be where Group: 4 title which- they he was ready to go to war," tournament), but I knew we Larry Brown goes over
: nament this weeicend he He thinks the 42-35 win the ball 1 is, leaping In. the air down by a point with lens Coach Adklnson say of his weren't ready Orange Park's Lee Svhlltc-h-

m needs, two more chances to over Bolles for the Group 4 Free Fair Act >toJ grab rebounds seemingly thanfive minutes remaining leading rebounder. "In the group.. I knew we|man for two point

for the team championship has helped -
2 qualify trophy. -----

::...'.Wayne ,McLeod leads the show the Tornadoes tney can Will Feature _;__ -_-._ __ TtVI

free throw attempts at 129 play ball under pressutt In; a Aerial Artists _IA.1 iLW I -i_

:_*", and: tit 'qualify any >layer tournament, "There's no V -. ., 'V :VV' I
must have attempted two- doubt in my mind about : "es 4, V. ,
.-. third of.. the shots/ atlemped that." I The world famous Wlren-

.*...". bt..the player wibl.. : he most "It kind of soothed my tensions gards will be appealing dally t
'charity1, chances. V *".. ," he says: Bob pointed at the National Strawberry I

'."H. Bobby Ja also a top re- i out that the Tornadoes, are Festival March 29. 30. 31 and I V
....* bounder s ; with a 7.2 game improving in tournament April 1. at the Bradford f w t_ TkTh

average, in" t that'; department. play. They finished fourth in County Fairgrounds, I ,

*. .' .He's In tbjrd' place but he's the Dunedin Christmas The Wlrengards perform

pulled down 203 rebounds to Classics. were runnerr-up In ultra-unique aerial gyrationsover -

V\:: 238 W? the", team)leader Larry' the Florida Star Conference I 90 feet in the al* on a I

Brown. :: battle and won the group revolving mast.This V-
-- : He' also owns the' tcilrd! thrilling performancehas V ,-
Ih title.He figures he'll "be better attracted millions of V -
___,highest point average -9.3a : _
_". for, 2S games., But he's raise help to the team In the next people throughout the world, V V : V

: .:.. that several points in the past tournament. I feel like most including such places as Ir( 'sit ; L V ; /V V
*. two Weefci.; Now, he's r.ot, satisfled" of ,the tune [LI shoot] I can London:! and Manchester. > .4

.- with his performance make it," the BUS senior England; the Union of South I __ V'V ; _
Africa: Oslo, Norway: Germany :7 .
IVIt 1n'aJ17.me: unless he hits In sa)s. V -
double figures ,and gets at; White also had pra'se for and many others. V ::: V I '

-In. least eight or, nine rebounds. Coach Warney Adklnson who The Wlrengards vill appear -E V V

-' .!.''Bobby's beginning to come he says "can't be ove.- exem- through the courtesy of I-------A -V \ ;

,<>>..Into his own scoring and plified." the Bradford County Fair L t 1' I

'rtbouiKJlng now; he's doing "He always tells us the Association and will be included :: ::: V' .. 'I_
ia good Job" Coach Adklnsonstfy right thing to do. He'i got a as a part of the regular V V _V '- -'

*, lot of tournament experience admission to the Fair. -, ;.CIiV L.JIVVV V_.::t _,, L ,

.Wblt cites the recent 51a'W..7' Bobby White linuirhen. hit and; those little time outs in ___ i.-.' r'V:
win" over Class AA Ocala favorite& Jumper kwlpte having tight spots really help us" _V ,_ V __ I ,...

.a.the 'beat game of the year an Orunge Park Rulder's Bobby says. TilE RIGHT POINT for the 1966-67 Basketball SquadThe
not for himself. although hand-In his face White is a B-student< and the war you write. Come in I

he 'was high .inan vrith'( .2O a member of the National and select your favorite ES- 19UO-67 Bradford High boxkerboll team, front row (l-ri Conch Bruc Jackson lUuidy -Jones, and Dan. Griffin.Trophy .

points but for the team _because :Class AA school. Bob's topscoring Honor Society at BHS He's TERBROOK fountain pen.! \s Adtliwoii. Wayn? Mcl-eod. Bob White Ijirry Brown. Paul McL.od.MM ., held by White sad Browo lffnlfle ttta championship of the
It'. thei firsts tim*!! BHS. performance was 21Uv a member of the Interact smog
TELEGRAM BacK"! row1!' I'M-Fat*'hr,. l.i,vW Mllc-ux. itihna'd( 'WIfthviii. 'lteis4. \ Grotty t,,TuuruouwuU
GaJt but tMlf CroHbyr ,
Sa.,ku.dAAIY. .. bii, ,OIa.Wli I *, ptnc.iVaga.ns? ,, ; .aikt! :LmjteWeu'a.
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PAGE fTVtlPalatka's
TMtmSDAT." MARCH 2, 196T

.,Bill Turner Wins Hot Asphalt Being Investigated For Paving Project the-AJ1 bond poclfloatlon hid.request In the payable'*"amount. for aaparata to plan the of 5"Board.and bid of I I I[

of Puhllr Instruction of Brad. [
ford County, Florida, a. evidence -
Golfers FestivalIt nch thick hot asphalt ', (the slag) the repair work court Paving Co. of Jacksonville -I paving. within a block of a paved Streets.At the of good faith and
A of city
Strawberry one bid' bid $I.M on the new I The new paving la slatedIn street, Supt. Davis say. I the request guaranteeing that the nucoe .-
Two other companies
costs and
topping which feet of council Engineer Ruckman ful bidder will execute
I and 24.5 cents on the southgate Subdivision, 400 About 3,300 square of PUblla
solely on the slag topping, paving furnish the Board
the alaI'topping
slightly more than I feet on Southgate Drive and repair work la slated In Saratoga had the highway departmentof InStrUction of Bradford !

took, a play-off to do 1 It f..,. .... .' originally specifiedby according to specifications.of repair Both the hot asphalt and 800 feet on. Westward Ave., Heights, 800 square feet Reynolds, Smith, and Hill County Florida a bond issued.
Sunday, but Palatka's Bl the city Is investi- Raulerson Construction to West Call Street, 400. evaluate the bids. A* a result bY' the Burtty C"MnpanI.
would be which runs perpendicular on censed do business In Florida -
recommendll.tlOI\1 Gainesville bid $1.75 on new the slag: topping to
Turner a former pro took! '. gated, upon four-Inch Southgate Drive. That would square feet on Orange, and the hot asphalt treatment'was nod tinted" by the United ]
the championship of the first of the city's engineers Reynolds I I paving and 55 cents per sq. applied over a layerof house in Southgate other on Water and< Ida recommended. States Treasury Department.
Invitational Smith, and Hills ofCK8UILVUW yd. on the repair work. Vallen- llmcrock base in the new put every a. aroepabla, for 100% of the

annual Strawberry ._._.'___....._ 1__ _____ _.. eoittrart price" within ten (10)
Golf Tournament ... '. AU.l"Ul'ua day after being awarded, the;
paving project. Floridaat condition within five (8)( can tract. Said bond Buaran
home with him. The Council last week T. B. Pinholster: Jones Funeral Home in chargeof Stark which, time bid* ahall be days after receipt of bids, teulnir tjie performance. pay
Turner and Starke'a ClydTerwlllegar City Temple Thanks [ arrangements. opened anti read aloud. Any the full dopant will be 1'.- mont of aid bond to be paid

were :low in regular Oe 47 called for bids on 1,000 linear Services Set For bide received after the apecl- funded. by the Contractor.
In South- the will not B. HUB-CONTRACTORS, VEN-: withdraw hi.
feet of new paving TilE RIGHT POINT< for led time and data No bidder may
play, both1 carding a 10,525 Supporters"I ba <]onld..red. Dolts Hla.,: for plans andHpuclflratlonn : but for a period of thirty
over the wind-blown! Stark :7iothuqi gate Subdivision. and 3 P. M. Sunday the way you write. Come lu Plan,, ,Hpeplfloatlone and contract to aub-con- (10)( daya after the data set
square feet of repair work: in and select your favorite ES- documents may ba examined tractor vendor, etc., thednponlt for opening thereof.
Oolf Club course'
ana Country Dollar
other areas. A total of $8,300la want to sincerely tnank Baxter Pinholster. 73, In the office" of Don will be Sixty The contractor will be required -
Truby fountain pen. _
this weekend.: The play-ol K, Moririin, Architect titS 0 00) pIca 8% to mpl..te ald proJect -
budgeted for the job, but the good people of Bradford retired Brooker postmaster If the plans and
gave the championship to TELEGRAPH. 1w( )'. 17. orange/ 1'nik. Florida, tax within the time net forth
the hot asphalt topping will County for their fine supportof died Wednesday' In a local uml a. fnllowa: Hpuctflcntlona are returnedIn In hi. bid
Turner and left Terwlllega, for the I 1/\ Ad In the TELE- 1. 1.'. 'V. Iluilue. .. Cnrporalloilf.InckHonvtlie !good condition within
; cost about $2,300 additional. my candidacy hOllplt l. He was born in / Classified Klurlda five (5)) dAY. after receipt The nncceneful ld'm'l If any,
local Ford dealer, in second :best Florida Senate In Tuesday's bringresulca.. bid., the refund will be I will I he notified five
"But Its definitely the Bradford County on., Sept. 24, CIIAPH 3. ClnliittHvllle. flan. !toom.Uallle".lIle of .
(5) day after the bid I Ie
place.OalnesvlUe's. ThirtyDollar USO.OO) pluetax
: .
way to go If you can affordIt election said Jim Temple 1891 and had lived in the Florida Depoult check.* shall bemade ,"",""pt d. The Board of Pub-
Dawson Zelg- S Uuytona Hnnrli I'lan
," engineer Don Ruckman principal of Bradford Junior I Brooker area all of his life. NOTICI' !Koom Daytona Ilpach, payable to the Architect. lln Inatructlon, of Bradford
ler won third place in another By Lynn Hamilton said. Both he and Utilities High School."I i He was a member of the I I :Notice I In hvreby given that Florida fVunly. Florida reserves theright
sudden death play-of! ...,,11 bid will be. received by rl.\ Vtl,. ) IIPI'WI"'U'\TIOS SEPARATE! HEnT separate to rrjert any and all
Supt. Oscar Davis said the hot feel that the small coun- : Brooker Baptist Church. thu Board of Public Inntiuc- PRO.tItIUI"l, "Sheet' for dr.wlnse bide. and to wal'lol any Informs -
with Starke's Carles So" GET YOUR OUTBOARD asphalt topping would be ties have been swallowed up Funeral services will be held I I lion of IirnUford County; Florldn A. ClE Ell.Al.'oTltA.CTOnS/ :: or paire of KpeclflcatlonMmay lit,lee..
yer: and Harold Bishop HAll READY FOR SPRINGNow about the same as a new neighboring friends of the. at the offke. of the, "Superintendent I,:pan request anal receipt b. purchased from. the THR" BOARn 0"PI1ULtC
by at 3 Sunday in Inetrnctlan -
p.m. of Public of ,8000 deposit of Architect aa fo41o\va' (no
three shot 157 the All hands o..n'l
over hear this I street. Alachua and that Bradford County, P.O. J1FORD COUNrTY
County any Brooker Baptist Church with or .nil Contractors two ( ) refund):
36-holes but Ziegler won the will report for another sea- i The slag topping like that candidate from there will be Rev. Lonnie Parker officiating. I I flox 9:19: Mtnrka, Florida, .up to Sets of plan. and,: ftpnclflcatlona rawlnlfU.OO) per .sheet.. FLORIDA r.. Jr.,
KMT) on the day of .
play-off by having the only!: 7-30: p ni for.arh project will plu 8% taw
son of fun afloat. now In Saratoga Heights Is in the Senatorialcontest ,
a shoo-in Interment will be in DedanCemetery March. SI, lilt 7 for th. con- be forwarded expreiia oolle NO'VU'143Vpeclficsti.ns "Superintendent' V
par of the three on the fin North south. East and a combination of cold tar and In the future as wellas with DeWitt truntlan ofBradford : <'t. If plans and BpecttlratloiMl -$.10 per page: 9t .11

hole.( West. It's the traditionaltime rocks, and 'would last only now," he continued. c.J J JI Vnlon Area Vnuallonwl I nhe. T.*turne
Bishop was medalist SatUrday rig ready for four five Davis Technical KVntor
to get your or years says. Temple thought that the race I _
with a 78 on the cold a full season of fishing The council decided Tuesday was decided on the basis of J

est windiest dar of the yea, ciulslng or water skiing night to turn the problem over well known political names

the weather aitj: numb hand Here are a few tips fl'om'' to its Streets Committee to and that any newcomer will

end bodies causing the score Bill Spaeth' manager of engineering ; work out some form, of financing have a tremendous obstacleto

to soar. Turner an-l 'T'erw11'p-1 at Evlnrude Mo-I If the hot asphalt overcome In putting his

war' were one stroka! back tors. The entire tuneuplob topping Is chosen. Two of tha name before the public for

with 79's while Zlegler. re shouldn't:! Jake; more thana 1 four bids received bid on thc consideration.He .

tered at the Ironwood I Go s-I': couple hours.If hot 'asphalt as an alternate concluded by adding "I

Club of Gainesville was you don't know anything' even though it was not In/- waged a Vigorous campaign In

strokes back at 81. about motors. don't try to eluded in the city's specifica,
I all the counties arid feel thatI

The field. was divided Int tune up your own outboard i' tions.There la also some question I will have a better chanceat FOR SALE Household furnishings FOR'RENT Unfurnished 2 WOULD YOU'BELIEVE 1
eight flights with eight men motor. Take it to a dealer.
future date I become ,
each for Sunday's compel]- But if you have some I' that it; might be fairer to better a known throughout the 'I\MMIFIIoU: AI) beginning 8 a.m. until bedroom house In Hampton on ONLY $109.50 for world'ssmallest RONT ALIGNMENT
bids anJ 25. Florida Power. $45 month, Ph. electric adding ma.
knowledge of mechanics., throw out the present I I it Aim:. 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. Latent Pret-l lon Equipment,
district. fn 10 days time
tion.Perhaps the 961-0809. After 0 call chine in handsome carrying
Route 16.
call for new' ones on Dickens Residence,
the outstandln start with the Ignition _.. Factory Trained Mechanic,
SYS-I feel very good. about the voteI lp ta IS word .ft.tlO Adds multiplies. .
asphalt topping. Hellbronn Springs 7 m1leswe 468-1888. tfcrg case. subtracts
performance. however Wl1S All Work Guaranteed.
tem. Trying to squeeze a
received. IS ___...O7Kxtra ., Totals to 999,099.99
One company Jack Baggett Stark xrl over t of Starke. ftp up
seen In the Seventh Fligh Title Week Special
more hours from bal spark iCounty FOR RENT -, furnished up-
bid I Has credit ,balance. Terms If
when 84-Tr.-ar-oll J. Line I Paving Co. of Gainesville : fhnrve. If not
plugs will invite trouble. Install stair apartment. 3 large room
only the asphalt topping at GOP paid In .Kdvnnre ___...:1.1MIO1 desired. See it now! Bradford $5.55
berry a retired naval office new ones or have the I and,bath, air conditioned automatic
from New Port Rhode Island! old, ones cleaned and l'ej,I $1.64 per square yard for new Elects Slate ( nl/l.. ", RUHOI.ITIONStt HASTINGS MATTRESS !, gas heat. Washington County Telegraph. tf chg part extra If neededFIRESTONE
paving and :54 cents per square rmtit per v Ira WORKS
carderfi: a 213 to( win his flight. gapped. & UPHOLSTERY and Orand.' $0000. Call Waldo

A visitor to Starke. LIneberrydldn.t Ignition wiring and connectors yard for the repair work. Of OfficersOfficers O\HI) OF TIIXIKSBO ,. 710 Lemon St. Palatka 468-1576 '3f' 3119 INSURANCE! 312 "'. MadUon
Columbia Paving Co. of (' wvrdu ,.. !>... ____ eJJIOh.Nck V
sem at aU tired Sun with worn spots or Lake City bid $1.40 per square : word over O4I --_...'''I Furniture Repaired AT, REDUCED RATES BE SURE TO sum: : WORLD
day after his 18! were elected at a I finished CARL BEGGS
finishing cracks. defective points con- yard on ,the slag topping and Upholstered & AUTO FIRE. BOAT BOOK before buying *nw
Bradford Coun
of the
holes. I denser or coil, can also lead submitted an alternate of $1.55per I II MATTRESSES REBUILT Gulf ServiceUSED DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE : jther encyclopedia\ tA. A.'
Executive' Committee
First three in' eacl ty Republican YOUR BEST BARGAIN.
places to hard starting. An i.expen AGENCY
the Innernprlngs
New local -
I square yard on as in the Lions Den at 8 PARTS Payne :your representative
flight were: sive spark checker will! tell phalt topping, along with a with ADULT EDUCATION olaaaes. and Box SpringsDrop trohc since IMS. Box 630.:
Feb. 21, Wracked Cars
pm. Tuesday and Top Price! for !
Championship: Flight 1] Join now. EVomentary
if everything Is ship-
you Phone
bid of 40 cents per square Call 964-6560. tfohg
Hill' Re- V* A Card or
Harold Clay County
964-6091 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Bill Turner 156.11:!1 flvrt share. If you are in doube for cold patching Secondary. Phone
yard on
Terwlllegar 156. and 31: Dawson consult( your marine dealer. publican State Committeeman days: 864-6800 evenings tf PALATJCA EA 59168MRS. .-. Fuel Oil ...

Ziegler 157. The entire fuel system presiding. PEGGY SIIALLER AAA S II Green Stump MARY I Myers Power ToolsArea
Adklns St.
I Elected at this time were: 209 E.
First Flight -1)] M.: Henry, should be checked anj clean: light coat of oil to all metal Ilwy. 801 N. Waldo. Headquarters :For

New Jersey I 88. 21 1 Tom Jur ed. The fuel bowl should be parts. Kenneth E. Hagar, Brooker. Nation Wide Starke, Agent 488-1908 Lawnmoweni Povre': Tee.

kewlez. Gainesville, 168. and removed and Inspected: If the No spring tune-up is complete chairman; Mrs. Delia Speed ._ CARTER I McCulloch Chain tew*
Starke vice chairman Mrs. Paint Factory
31) Bob Firth. Starke. 170. ; '
fuel filter is clogged without close Inspection Pump"A Water System
Second Fllfrht-1] D. Boyd should be replaced. Acetoneor of your outboard's propeller. Phyllis M. Hagar, Brooker, 103 B. Brownlcia' St. NEW FURNISHEDONE Waitresses aP;> i Brlggi it Stratton Engines
Charles C. Johns, in person. Lee's IY'1
Oalnesville. 171: 2)] Bill Adams lacquer thinner will remove show signs ; Rental Sale Serrt
Even if It ioesn't; *)
Sttrke treasurer.Hill Gal Valne BEDROOM and Drive In. tfch{
Reg. $1.99 PAINTS
Starke. 1 T2: awl 31] JoiBlshoo .
deposits from the fuel of excessive wear, have the I I 230 N.K. 18th Are.
Lake City 173. Fuel spoke on behalf of Sam 3 Gal. For $5.00
tank. left over from last pitch checked bv your outboard APARTMENTS GalneavUI 870-3411:

Third Fllaht 11 3 Bobby: season should be discarded. dealer. Improper pitch Webster, Republican candidatefor tfcn&.
Complete Line
McRae Starke 171. 21 BIll Change the lubricant In State Representative Lawn MowerREPAIR
II can mean poor ptrfoimance.and In behalf of lteg'. $2.99 Gal. Value NEXT TO misElect. of
others speaking
Starke, and 3] SSoapellatl. .
Epps 177 the lower' unit, foUowingmanufacturer's motor
in some cases "IT'S NEWER TOO J..A.T1* TO
4 Gal For
their candidacy for this post $10.00
Palatka 182. wh< ,. ,
recommendations Heat and Air Cond. .
damage. A damaged prop were Keith Wheeler, Ralph Minor Tunup or Over. LEARN," Register\ now. Adult
won a play-off with B in the owner's man- : and the Paintsand
should be replaced
Thomas, and Tom Rowand. Value haul. New Wh Merrell. Gainesville) 'who also lublloant, Reg. $3.99 Gal. $85.00 Per Month ;
ual. If the old ,
old one kept as spate.Before and 'Be 8 4-
I phone
The program was concludedwith troln. etc.Ve, also nave ondary.*' !
had 132.Fourth. : shows signs of water have patting yourself on the' showing.of the JOm I 4, Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER Call I lick-up and Delivery. Serv- 6091 day;1 964-6800 evening tf
Flight 1] Jack the Iotfer unit inspected at the back conduct: a final "Follies of the Great I ice.

Eaves. Starke. 183: 21] Vernon your dealer visual check to make sure all starring Ronald sooiety"I'|, MR. MASON ; CALLFIRESTONE

Silcox Starke. 187. and David The owner's manual will screws have been replaced The next: meeting is SuppliesFor1 NOTICE'

Slleojc. Starke. 189. also show all the fittings that and all fastenings are properly -I uled for March 21 at : SChed.// care of Ernest Tew
Fifth' Flight- -11 Ben Mox- need lubrication. Apply a tightened.' WEED CUTTING 901-7303 Change! of, Address

ley. Starke. 183: 21 1 Gov. Peck Realty, Incj 312 W. Madlaon AH Purposes RIIODEN'SBOOKKKKriNG

Jacksonville,190, and 31] T. All Types Starke, Fla.. tf
Boundtree. Gainesville, 192. 'l'- Gainesville, Ph. 376-6461

Sixth Flllht1 MerrIll
Bulldozer & I
I St.
Struth. Starke. 190: 21 X.. F, }# ?,Portable or; electricZgct'ld' } Drag Line WorkJ. 2906 N. W. 13th FLYING SERVICE]. ZIPPERS7&lOIn..lOc now located still S. Court

[Monk] Dlnklnn. Sta ke. 199, .'.- ,- 'a'V \ ? ? ** e Ifl .I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane : I Street. bt door bank of

and 3] B. Plununer, Gaines a SmithCorona ', C. Gardner rentals. Greyhound Bus I i Koth Drug.. Phone 961-6337.
Charter. Keep party together -
205.Seventh. I ltifchg
ville. : \ :
Flight 1J] J ; '. L e < "4 the pottahie Lhat ontbe ove! PHONE 984-7720 | charter a bus. Phone' 14 In u 15c
Llneberry, New Port Rhode ( ONE STOP tfchg I
4it 22 In-------
Island 213: 2J] Kay Pool g'I ; / FOR RENT Furnished efficiency --CENTRAL I I USED'VACt1tJM cleaners reconditioned -

Gainesville 216. and 31] P., apartment with bedroom EMPLOYMENT SERVICI $15 up. 10 different

Marchak, Gainesville. 218. nenntr Apts. Phone MASONRYMATERIALS'{ 118 S.. COURT name brand to choose from.
9S4-6279 383 W. Washington MARRIED COUPLES WANTED Parts & excellent repairs all
Looking ,for ,a Job Do we
St. tfchg> for cottage parent work( makes. KIRBY SALES A
t V.- have
your application & new
I couple start at $445 per mo. SERVICE 712'IT.. : .Main Oalnea.vllle -
f phone number f If not, contac
Minimum education 9, age 21 376-7110. tfcha
12 Wides. George E. LaRue I II our offlii noon. .
; plus. 5 day week. In general!
. INSURANCEGENC'\' Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete married couples .work same

Customfade! I Where1. MeHliure. 8tOVK |)". Block, Sand, flock shift. .Qualified single persons

For Florida I \ START! Cement, Iortar.. steel, 0).- FOR SALE Spacious suramer also( accepted. If interested apply The Rancher
V Low Cost. .. Medicare, Plu*. tcr KttfO LJmerotk, Hoof home on, Kingnley Lake. .In person' Personnel Office ,

Gt More rr U'ctlon -'A* lAW As Gravel, Prerant Lintels. and A well planned comfortable Sunlaittt! Training. Center, Inc.

YOU I VV $64 A. Year Window Sills. Everythingfor house. 4 bedroom. Hi baths,, Calneavlll.. 4tchg 3-2

1'orYour $ $ : : Auto Fire Home Owner Mmonry. ContrucUon.| large play room. Heart cypress O Western Wear

I Life A, Accident exterior, celled and panneled

No Salaried or Commissioned Keystone- Heights" 473-4692 ANNOUNCING walla. Dock equipted with boat) THE RIGHT POINT for the Guns

Employee slit and dressing room,. Fully th..way :you write. Come In Livestock
A'N! : w furnished. Call Gainesville ES- .
DAD & BRAD T.AR'ENLIKE ; EUNICE NtJRSicri'2"Pecan : I V V and aeleot year favorite
Fruit. Citrus tree .and 2tehg33 TERBROOK fountain pen. Supplies
:'c WORK I Ready Mix Plant
Ornamental shrubs. Azalea INCOME TAX SERVICE TELEGRAPH.;

YOU Benefit! 47 10e up. Camellia Too. ,par 'atKeystone Reasonable Fee!* Fast-, Aa ') Saddlery

I 4 (4 root and container grown. Petunia HeightsFor curate .Service! Call Ralph
790 doi., 2 miles North 1 Bryan"- 964-6208 or Charles NEW :MOBILE: horn**,. Chtelcasha FREELAND BROWN

AH Sizes jn Display of Lawtey on hoE: Turn wait Better ervtce To C. John' 964-5869., 20' A 24" wide, Buddy- Manager6th
8-10-12 WIde, --- at. sign. Phone 782-3483., 1 That' Area. I 4td1g.348FOR Clemmm,. Layton Travel Trailer -

fl4 Ththm V -4tchg. 3-a *, Liberty, Taylor, Aaalca. Street

I Will' Not Be SALE -. Super A.Farm- buy **1V! trade. Year bank flnanclmr. I-
and Expandables Q00llpttPARENTS'3 LOT for sale, 100x100. Pay We all tractor with farm equip. ; BUbkey*Trailer Mart; earLivestock' Market

I only $15.47 down, and lff.47 Undersold. ment. Phone after: p.M. 782. Ino.- 8474 Roosevelt Blvd.. '
Gainesville 376-4595
( by for 59 more months. city I 3286; morning 782-3S69. Orange Park 264-2131. tfchg:

New and Used e4 water.Writ "C", P.. O. Drawer Bradford 3tp 3-16
: : eCnet'gvesyoI1atIThospee4es4andWOfl&!
y'V> A, Starke-, 32001. oftpJ..9: FOR SALE 3 bedro rn. 2
8-Yr. financing availableUse V V V electric typing ..at only a UttJt mori than the cost ol M I WANTED Heavy truth' SMALLEST' bath briok home, central heat
WORLDS : electrload
*;fl .cdlnaryportabl.. WANTED It I I I : driver, steady work. Do not and air conditioning Including -
; .subtracts
adds -
lng machine:
Our Pen tal-Pur- t4 SOMEONE to aaiume payments I
Engineering'Co. rpply? If you have not drivena I ha credit drapea and plush carpetIng -
chase Plan-Payment. on 10 wheel truck. Bradford' ; located at 126 Parker
I MATIC CONSOLE MODEL balan, Only 1 109.50 Bract.
Under $50 Per Month KEYBOARD the lama Engineering Company. tfclig Street. Asmttne mortgage ex-
t tc :_ FULL 88 SEWING MACHINE. Does alldesign ford County Telegraph tf caah
Istlng plus : total price
aj on office electrics plus full-length op-front tabulation. atltches, buttonholes, I FOR SALE: 1955 Honda

'::. Set clear tabulate from the keyboard. sews on buttons monograms "Dream" rebuilt enghi, excellent 922,000. Call R. A. Green. Jr.
Galne vW. for
NOW1Mobile 5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS appliques etc. Sold for $339. Phone '- Stark condition: $2 O.OO cash For dale HOUSE AND at 373-2508, II
to (After .
I appointment see. <
dashes *X's and 966 at $8 month. 1 Ted Bryant 7823370. Itchg FURNITURE, 210 N.; Cherry -
at your fingertip command: spaces dots. Balance per 964-5403 '964-7271. tfchg phone 376-9664)) 4tchg 3-9
underlines. Type faster. electrfcanyiIN : Call Credit (Manager JaCk ,
oon-1 -
tARisr:! TO TOUCH.TYPE ville COLLECT 853-1946.
Home SitesAVAILABLE PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR Kt the touch Keystone, Ready
DAYSI! obligation. Will deliver. FOR RKNT: 3 bedroom No., 407 Nice completely
Get 5 LVrecoroU and Instruo. that pleases you, and electricity: doc Che work 'print. 4tchg 3FOR. 1 Mix house I $8O mo. Heilbronn For Sole-HOUSE AND LOT furnished. Z bedroom bungalow

perfect"every timel 473-4285 Section. Phone Ocala 321 -Madlaoa near Stark.
Springs : .
Full Lake Privileges tion pages In a handsome cue ,; all ututtle, approximately'

Homestead Exempt- for only $3.95 when yow purALL THIS AND MORE -Page O.gent Qukk CopySet1"chase scttW SALE flee-size ma- Keystone 829-1242. Itchg Plaza. 964-7271 tfchg- 1 acre, abacIe tree,

this handsome new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck Mar- "t\ '.nv d.,1, <. 160. M. R. Judd. In town. Underprlced: ,:a t
Financing : Soiith-Cbrona portable gins and a deluxe Trimline carrying cate. niob.-- :
127 y te. 9ft4-5931. $7.700.
I FOR SALE:- Grain-fed Beef. FOR RENT ,,- 2 bedroom
WITH TODATO NEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL UVINQ Itchg FOR REKT-One and 2 be-1- Half SOc lb. dressed. furnished house. Adult only. No.' 418 Cattle. and Timber -
KEEP I IN FASHION : Approx. : 1M
Lake Geneva i room apartments furnished, or Ranch at soo acre,.
904-6929 Apply 300 North Water St.
unfurnished. Reasonable. W.H wt., 150 lb Phone ; acre! In Improved paature

WILLI: keep children In my Nollman BIO( :;. Cherry Si.tfclu: after .5 p.m. Itchg tfchg 70 acre wooded. Tenant

Trailer Sales, I. Only $$159.36 home. Ph. '9646201. Itp V hono. Call for price and

,Plus Tax .
FOR RENT -'uaall furnished THE!: JUGHT-POiNT for the t.rmLSTROtTT .

On Route 100 One Mil 8KKejmtoa r REWARDOFFERED' for 'apartment, utilities furnlahd, the way you write. Come In REALTY
IIelr t* Adjustable Vinyl! Book 127 and select favorite' I) ES-. 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke.Fla. ,
Siamese. male cat lost In 110 week. Millard Judd year:
Open Sun.& Evening* : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Bethel Church Section. If Cover AH size: 30 cent ea Lafayette St. Phone 964-0851. TCRBROOK fountain pen. ((904) 964-6609. Freo Loc-

I at The Telegraph. ""<' R. > a11Ja"1 _
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The Best Buys That Bloom In The Spring Are

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choir will sing In the service, C. (
Information Is
til the correct Mrs. Brannon &
j. I, Hollingsworth obtained.For I and 'the entire family Is In- \ \
I vited to hear Mrs. 1!
On Dean's List this reason. Watson Speaks TonightIn l;"
Revival services ":
/ At Ala. ChristianJames has Invited anyone who Is Revival I tinue through Brannon'l
-' about to file his' first Medicare -
claim to contact him for! Mrs. Clift Brannon, wife of ing. \f-
Pt, F I1olllnWKwol'th.Jrl assistance before the application 'the evangelist who is conduct- Preceding: the> !service Fri- ud "t.I:t'
son, of Mr and Mrs J. F.JlolHrmsworth day night, iMrH. Brannon will
Is mailed The form services In. the First Bap-
: \ of Starke II inK show slides of amusing, animal -
:, can be checked for completeness tist Church of Starke, will
\ made the Dean's List for the In Africa starting; at 7
'I.. ". and accuracy: and any speak tonight (Thursday) at
;' "". 1.1 1\\,;. '. Q .......".... fall quarter at Alabama be of the o'clock. This program will appeal -
...-... apparent problems can re-:: 7:30: o'clock telling: --
In Mont- adults
children and
Christian College to
; &&i ',,t ............. [I !solved. We. believe that Sex-la! tests, trials, and problems she
't' "" ... where he Is sophomore alike
:t. -"' .. -- "'-" ( ..... gomery !a Security assistance in filingat experienced during: the transi- Korean Conflict whose deaths of Korean veterans will have
ministerial student.In : were due to service connected until January 31 1975. Applications -
home to
; i least the first Medicare tion from a lawyer's)
% : addition to being a full claim, will eliminate manyunnecessary that of an evangelistic preachers I WIDOWS ELIGIBLE: disabilities are eligible for OI for these OI loans may I
time student, he preaches regUlarly delays. I FOR 01 LOANS loans. and will be until July be obtained from any Veteran;:;
: ,. for the Appleton Medicare claims may be An all-women and glrlllI I Unremarried widows of veterans 25. 1007 for the World Warn County Service Officer
Church of Christ und Is production and the widows, wherein the widows
doctor 'I of World War II !!
CHENILLE assistant! [for WDABTV filed the.. ._ by natlent.either If the_ the doctor or I I ...--,.. .- _11 "_,..t."'
In Montgomery lIe does
claims elnbursrinent, he
announcing and the evening must accept an assignment. FRIDAY SATURDAY
news for the television sta 1 THURSDAY
ITe will bill the patent only ,
BEDSPREADS tion. Hollingsworth also was
for the $50 deductible and
the narrator of 16mm color
film recently produced on 20 per cent offices of the have remaInder.wide j I I IDoctor's / Come In. Get Acquainted, and

i TREMENDOUS ASSORTMENT Atsbama HA Is married Christian to College.the former fiiirance experience claims In filling, Und out they In- Help Yourself to Big, Big Savings/
Theresa Thomas r>f
I should have no trouble corn-
GOLD WHITE ORCHID BEIGE Staike They have. one son J. the Medicare appli I
Dieting .
Franklin 3 years
cation. \M\a.1fi1\ g@tr
BLUE YELLOW If the pitlent free the I '\
I, Help OfferedIn claim he must pay the doctor I
first. While the doctor sub-
i Filing: .mitt.only the application, the i
Medicare Claims patient must have. also, an
ItcmUcd:/ leclpted bill. I
REG. $2.99
FOR For detailed assistance, ,
2 S5 |l I. "Many Medicare claims !
contact your Social Security .
VALUESTUMP'S submitted! more than 30 days! I
repiescntatlve. Mr. Watson isj]
have been ; .p.
I; ago not yet paId
in Starke each Monday and | '
according to Thomas (I Watson -
Friday morning You may
Jr: Field Representativeof iL!+
ri contact him at the Welfare
the Gainesville Social Security office.
office. This delay Is !
i caused by defect -3r 7 O SPRING
generally a I II ---
,DEPT. STORE W I In the clB.lml9ually ad incorrect I I THE RIGHT POINT for the ,. .J>. '
r'. 12.88
Medicare number or the way you write. Come In ',. LUGGAGE Reg.
a doctor bill which Is not VACATIONSPECIAL NOW
and select" favorite E3TERJMIOOK -
your Full
I :3 I pc. Set
sufficiently! Itemized. If the .
. j I claim ln' incomplete or Incorrect ; pen. Asst. Colors .188
l ',' C . . .'. ._ .' .\ :. ." : ,t :'n:' ;..:. .I'.'" I 1 payment is delayed' un-I TELEGRAPH.ISTAillSMiO Vanity Overnite 9
(toy BUiiN11Ab1\ Pullman 'SET
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Led : "
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3 ROOMS FURNITURE Come, in Asst. ColorsALine '
__ In 67
A.tgs and Register AND SLACKS '

1 11. Dadcock's.Are Famous Foi Today Hip Hugger 2
t 4,4 ; 11 8trelch Denim TwinIIopsackREG.

i.Jt.'J. 3'ROOM GROUPINGS Nothing: to I' allli Cotton Twill 2 for $5 Ea

t; : Buy your' 3 cempUt';' .rearm atone Buy Complete' Size' a.uu f
.. iJi Potkag. ,"'.. Badcack'tor No Obligation R.ng\MMt.. Colorsj2j9jaje ,
) f ,. will rang* Urms la fit your fig
I ......_!J' budg"l. % d 3
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3.99 Ea.LAIIES
i i ; >p 1ST ,,
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{ Buy All 3 Rooms. r

$49.95; TV
or Buy

i Each Room ReclinerGroup LACY NIT

Separately! 2ND PRIZE
a. 8 Piece LIVINGROOM s ,
Add .n.emleyourhorn.. y i HIP-HUGGERS
with tril* m.d.vaa. SOFABfD GROUP. Lovely Colors Sizes S-M..I.
Ch....., the cel.r 4.mblnolien.1Mfc.O .. $18.95Dominion $ 67
Inelud.es mm. 1,91 CUT OFFS..
Sel......wit'"tic'"." F 2

tt. r carp. *. Prl..d S.orardj'; '' Now $ Colors \Vow l Itetr. 2.9J!)
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.1llglndfr. $108. .C.. ... ';1',. ..,. 2 Burner Only :

.iAs.enl..r., .....,' ..._..._.._........ __. ; Buffet Complete Size Range
METAL ARM ,;. ::,1'j: > :' 7.. .. ..
CHAIRS ? 11 Piece BEDROOM GROUP .-..... Range ". .,'. .... :. :' _: ......
..._ ., "' :. '" : : ;
.h.d.d llnl.h L. ,h
liked Separately, M.d.rn full ..'...::. .. '
... .,.11.d drewtrt, tilting wood from -
I $9" ..1.*...., .......-.n platHciivd.t..,.,torn,..h. I-='
.ock. Inchd..u p..f hardware.. .,., "" ',,';" ,.!.ryJ: : c .' :aitn PRIZE MEN'S !; SLKEVE; Our GreatCHENILLE. THE 'VERY BEST
3 leco Bedroom'Suit Ch.nIU! Bedspread U'Z
Matching Box Springs 2 Foam Pillow '- ,. BED SPREADEntire
I inn."Drlng( Mattress 2 Boudoir Lamp. DominionCoffee r PILLOWS

r ." _'h_ ..3'xS' Throw Rug .F ri Stock Keg. 4.29 $367 I I I .
i j .': .. a Reg. 2.99 2 for 5 Now Only ,, RKft.: 3.99 $'4J 00

: ': ':t' S'plec'e.DINEnESEt' : "r- ,"" Maker 100) % Cotton Hacking .. SALE
r Ir
.. tw-T-.-+.rMw r.n"d.r11.:r..i.rd an.M-......,..... 1 p., 1 100%{ Rayon Tufting
'.Walt/ red. ..." -- ..u,.........hdd.d. _eh.lay. ,' .,t 'IM ,,.,, ii \/I Color AMI4t. NEW STYLE
"- f ": ; :. E OTHERS 1.99 ea. NEW ASST.'
Srnmnlrlr >39" Drawing THROW RUGS Sl'RINGLY COLOR

rAiT rAiT.w" Carps Accent Ladies Novelties

i rs'4y,7' ;, 'mow' / 6' Saturday Many Vibrant Colors Ladies Heels

"' DOWN Reg. 3.99 3.17

$4. A WKK Afternoon BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE Reg. 2.B3 2.57 $
. Reg. 1.99) ) 1.B7 $499t $69
'FREE! Mar. 4th

,; HPc.S...r of J REG. 1.99 WESTERNNow Girls New

Dishos Spring EasterSHOES
Come in andJ.Room :
with .o u Pe. SN
Helater! Today

ss.r J'' N Tp'' Group You Do Not 2 FOR $ 3 Value See! Our To Selection
.. Compare at $339.93FA5IEST Have' To He
pSd e.p.r i.ly 19.99

, TERM4 Present W ToWILLIS 25.00 I'laces Other ISO?. $$299 $399.C


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COURT IN A\n: FOR BRADronn I I j n r.NTYou nunulocl alx and all the things that RO 000 to $25.790: budget director Jr.
I .COUNTY:: FLORIDAIn l ,nit 'hi, r,'tiv nntlfl'il," drat' 'm."lh.I 'publli fi'nin>utlun the nf Into thi, *df nolliw'theItHt with them. About 50 relatives.. from $19.000 to $23.710;
> Kntato of '
urltlpn IUHI ttiitf
u "nun nt I inn I p'it' LAWTEY' ,
KlZZrifl Mi, Wl1.r.I.\I. <<, TticNOriCH I to hi.> tin' liinl' Mill I end 11'ita- to 1lI'I"! ] '">' In. thl 1I cue''it and and friends enjoyed this- af- state auditor from $17,000' to FORESTRY) SERVICE ,
nh"\\ "nu.n. If tiny you can
] OK PIIOIIAIHTO ment of .ald dmnlint li 'M I> 'itiailniil Florida
$23,710 presidents REPORTS FIRES
bth< itttlon ut this mint ;
ALL PE ni UN3 IN'l1 HICST- '
> I 11,11 1 in 'pi"l"ati" itt tin.: Enza Blllnchard.AaAAau.AU.uAA..A. fair.Mr.
By and Mrs. Bill Powell of;,. Agricultural and Mechanical
Four woods fires will
University! Florida Technological
Jacksonville spent the week- -
acres burned were reportedby
University and:! West
end with her mother Mrs.
Florida Service
1: On Tuesday evening Feb.1 1j John Brown, and other rela- Florida University all from the Forest
,i j 21 the WSCS met at the I tives. $19,000 to $23.710. In Bradford County during
!home>> of Mrs. T V. Duck with :I \ the week, :Feb. 20-6.
Following the Visiting/ Mrs. D. R. Reddish Since January 1 there have
seven present.
i over the weekend were her Negro Given .
I dotlonal, the president con- been 40 fires with 231 1 acres
daughter-in-law. Mrs.\ :: Ray-
burned as compared with 23
dude i the business session :
I, and Mrs George Roberta mond Redding' and children of Three Years fires ant:! 1301 acres burned
presented the program. At Wildwood: Her sister. Mfs. during! the same period in
the close of tht meeting the Bertlce Sullivan 'Of> Jackson- For AssaultFred 1803.During
ville, was visitor.
a Sunday
Vzr hostess served hot pound the week ending
tr Mrs. Laura Wolfe of Day- Monday, average rainfall in
cake and coffee.
ton, OhIO Is visiting her son- Blocker. Hampton Negro the county was reported at!

I' Church Grace Activities Methodist Sunday I Mi's.In-law'' and daughter Mr. and three, has years been in prison sentenced for an to ,63 inch.House. First Two V oc- School Students
Eugene Starling andchltdren.V
y School 9:45: a. m, Worship assault on Simon Henry Mitchell
I 11 a m, and 7:30: p. m.. I I also colored, with a pistol The first two student of the Ilnwlfonl-Cnlon Area Vocational -
V Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. m., Mrs. J. O Pons and sons of last August 20 in Starke. of 1"ec linlcul center un, roistered/ by Bradford High
Wednesday 6 p. m. Junior I I Tallahassee and Miss Terry Blocker originally was CarpetsQuality Guidance Counselor! Delhi Kosnl>erg an the principal of the
MYF followed by Choir! Pons, who Is attending the Carpets at Budget
practice I ,charged with assault with intent new school Ted Oglcnby look on. Glenda Adunu receive
University ofPloiida'lnGairiMervllle : Prices
and Senior MYF.First !; to murder, but pleaded card for a thrl'J-hour section In vocational -
her course assignment
s, : Baptist Qunday I were. 'weekend guests guilty to aggravated assault Expert Installation in Starke I
I School 10 a. m., Worship 11 of Mr. and Mrs Bryant Reddish last Thursday and was sentenced 'Area at No Extra Charge I offUe education! mid James Allen his fir a block of

a m and 8 p. m., Training by Judge George L. 531 N. Main Gainesville I farm mechanic.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Clark ,
Union 7 p. m. Midweek serv- Patten. I 378-1398
'ie ,. and family and Ml'S. O. J -
'lag.as ices Wednesday:! 8pm. Blocker was represented byl I I
Church of God Sunday Southerland were In Coleman _.

I School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. Sunday where they attendedthe -,,.___...,rr.t..1II.._, --O'I._1i-._i1'A!=.PtSMnIi.!! Ifnr..,.,w.._..,....,..., !"\ !:!-.m- -f.1J '- .
m. and 7pm,, YPE Wed- Golden Wedding anniversary -
of Mrs. Clark's uncle and i
Hd. nesday 7:30: p m r'-ayer
I meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W II

day Highland School 9:43 Baptist: Worship- Sun-11 Newsome.We are. pleased to note that ),;" tile WINNER.
J. O. Davidson has returned
..., .. .. a m. and 7:30 p m., Choir from the hospital and is recuperating -
practice 6.30: p. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. at the home of Mr. I II I
m. Rev Walker may ba heardi and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson.
pay i Sunday at 1:30: p. m.. over Lester Dobbs of Gainesvillewas
WZOK. visiting his brother and
| Sympathy Is extended to sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. A.
too. I the family of Mrs. Noah Taylor D Dobbs on SatuixJaj.
ves ( who passed away recently. T. V. Duck is in San Diago
Friends of Henry B. Bennett Calif., where he wenb to be
'I I will regret to learn of with his brother C. L.. Duck

Put yourselves on your own payroll. his death on Saturday Feb. and family, whose son Lamar Wins First and Second Places
1: 25. The family has the sympathy Duck, was killed! ) In Viet Nam.

Start a savings account built for two of all friends. Mrs. Terri Grimes and sons I
Virgil Helkln Jr. 13 spending of Bowling/ Green were Sat-
of take-home his two weeks leave> with urday overnight guests of her
by putting five percent your his parents. Mr and Mrs. V. aunt Mrs. Mae Wells I IflDAYTONA I
F. Jleiken He has completed Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett.
in account with
pay a savings I half of his course In electronics and Nancy, Mrs. Hattie Dar-
? at Keesler Air Force Base ley, Miss Sinna Prescott. Mrs.
Who deserves it more than you Mississippi. Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs.

We are sorry to note that Daisy Boch attended revival 500THE
Billy Wise is in the Hospitalas 'services at The Way of the

THIS MONTH WHILE THEYflJLiJ)12 a result of his misfortuneto Cross Baptist Church in Jack-
stick a knife in his eye. He sonville Wednesday of last

'" LAST! FIRST FEDERAL HAS A is reported getting on fine week.Mr..
V and Mrs. Steve Starlingand
considering the circumstances. WORLD'S FASTEST 500-MILE AUTO RACE.
family Mr and Mrs. Lu- .
FREE BOX OF CANDY Mr and Mrs. H. D. Sheldonof ther Hllllard and family, and.:!

I Camden. Mich spent.last Mrs. Steve SttLrlln/lt"Sl'/ visited This Grueling Test of Speed and Endurance Proves Ford's
: For Saving $50 Or }More Sorry, 1 To The Customer week with Mr and,, Mr Oscar Mr. and Mrs.vjfA.! Ogllvie and

I I Carter. family in Jacksonville on All-Round Quality. So Why Be Satisfied With Less Thane
I Oscar Carter celebrated his Sunday. Mrs. Starling,J3r..remalned : ;F

I! birthday evening anniversary with a'supper Friday of- Mrs. Dora"for Bird a visit.and'ftefrbHO. ?. The Best? Come In Today and See for Yourself .

Savings & Loan Association E. C. Padgett and Mrs. RubY
I Green of' Maxvitls-were visiting I
In ndmtttlnir aid will to pro- Mr. and Mrs. L. R.Green
I OP STARKE .: ayr bats should not land onrevokeJ. :
L3 I P P during the wek. r lmwMawirr'"awwrwleea. !
Thoron A. Tnwn MisT."SJ
I Visiting Mr.f and --4goodreasons
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961.5000 COUNTY 'JUDOKl
Flrnt mihllentlon on February Anders on Sunday were Mrs.
,,12ard I 1067. 223t 8-18 Marian Mars and roil Jeff oJacksonville.

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,,4 Mr. and MrS. Jerry Wllklsor-

and new son of Jacksonvlll it's time to
,s were weekend visitors,oL his why buy
parents. Mr. and Mrs. B.L.

Oral Tanner attended the

races at ,.,Daytona peach on '
f Sunday. ,'il'z: :'" ''A 67 Mustang
v I Mrs. Milo Smith and Mrs.
I Willie Dobbs havM-rvturnec
t tII i after a visit with, their, mother
I Mis. Mitchell, In Lebanon Va.

Big Salary Irt -

MRS.\ Boosts Eyed For
el State Officials .
''i EFFiE I i1, 4t

t Husky salary boosts suchas
$9,500 for the governorare -
: MASTERS coming to Florida's top

I officials within two years if ; e

: and March 3 and 4 a series of recommendations :
Friday Saturday -- i passed by the Budget Com-
mission get legislative approval t C -- a rr mr
,>wo; t ,

r And.the commission, sensi-
I i ePXSP a tive to the protests of low- u
salaried workers, went on notice -
advising the legislaturethat +a, att
f fI for state employes
: pay I
Plan To Lay-Away Your : should get a thorough look- 4 "'t lu9st ?
V I see.If. adopted by the regular

I Easter Clothes !NowHere April legislature session, they of would the mean state

a raise In the governor's salary I
it from the current $27,500to '67 Mustang Hardtop ?
Are A Few Of The Bargains: 32.000 in 1967-68. and -.

: ALL NEW DRESSES JUST ARRIVED then State to $36.000 cabinet In 1968-69-members

would /get an even bigger
1 LADIES DRESSES CHILD DRESSESNAME I hike from their present 1. You'll be driving America's No.1 Fun Car .-.7 :

NAME BllAND BRAND $24,000 to$10,000$34.000 jump.In two'yearsa the one that's outsold all Imitators by over a million. Prices. start as low as

-- Pay of Supreme Court Justices 2. You'll live it up in the all-new, larger sportier

Start at $$3.99 Start at $$2.99, would go up the same Mustang loaded with better ideas for '67. 3. You'll $ 2 9000
amount. Circuit court JUdges.
.... .. currently paid $19.000 an- get the best deal in town. 4. A rough winter up '-J s

SWEATERS -- FAMOUS NAME ;; nually would. see their pay north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that
rive to $24.000 by 196869. '
must '
move now. ".. ; Yes, prices on the sporty new
/ and public service commis- :
"!t. National( Advertised PIXIE ....,,-
., Trice PKICE :-; sioners would be boosted from Mustang Hardtop start at an
$15.500 to 19500. Visit unbelievably low figure. See
--.. fi Here are some o fthe proposed us today for our low prices
$1595FIRST $6.99'
salary hikes for top Ford Country
i 7 high trade ins and
elective and appointive' officials FDRD_COUNTRY ,
SEAMLESS '" adopted by the commis- headquarters terms to suit your budget Get
QUALITY NYLONS sion yesterday 'a"" '"> .' Ford Dealer's .
;, : -isB7 ; ..;. today! your selling price.TERWILLEGAR
Chancellor. Board of Regents -

Values Pixie Price 44c : president. Universityof
$1.39 Florida; director Envision:
of Mental Health; state
I' -A wt health officer; president

EASTER HATS START AT $1 all Florida' from State 423.000 University to 't$27.IIOO./ MOTORS '

Others: Chairman State
Road{ Department from 20.
000 to $27.900: general man Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and
4 Easter I Shoes
at# $$1.99
alter, from Florida$27.000 Citrus to Commission $28.350-; Union Counties and Keystone Heights

president! Florida Atlantic
EASTER BAGS FROM $1.99 J University from $21.000 to 20d W. MADISON ST. Starke, Florida PHONE 964-7200

JI $2 .790: president University .. ._ .. .." .. . .
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mil a few trellises! of black- during the picking season February and September. In shares of common at $10 per Tornado EndBrown ..I v. notice that a Klnt Special poaMMKlon the followlnr d.>

GoGardening berries developed by the UnlveralPjj from April 26 through May 'subsequent years schedule the share Dealing in real and on Primary Tuesday bU! >ctlon February\ will' 29 b.,. 1947 held! .crl 1U59 bed For\property 4 door to swan Wit., a eyl

Florida"Agricultural 21. mixed fertilizer for February personal. property. Incorporates for ih. purpom uf rllllnr va- ID No. ISAQimo;
experiment! Station: They Now Is the time to initiate or about a month before : Buford Mitchell cnnclva In Lf>Klalatlv. Dfflreft' Title No. a9"'U'l4"'
or th* PlorUlu "Htatu Honutiand Tug No. 46-2028
are Flordagrand and Okla- the blackberry project. If the the berry harvest season. George H. Pierce, Betty: S. Signs the Florida HOUHB of Hep- As the property of the a-hove*,.
I waha.\. planting stock for both local nurseryman can't fur- By following this fertilizer Mathews. all of Starke. Filed:! re H ntatlvv. named defendant and that on.
A Second Special Primary ;Monday\ the nth day of March; .
are -available') from local nur- nish you with a start of 1 lor- schedule you'll find that the Feb. 15, 1967 by George H J Election, If neceaeary will beheld 1U07 lit twelve ex-lock! noun, .a
Berymen. dagrand contact your county quick vine growth will furnish Pierce. on Tuesday March 14. on laid day at the Runt entrance r
.enow- i 1967 and a Special 1 Hlvptton of the Bradford, County
117 gbl.rpe,1Wtee" Blackberr141scook/ up Into 'iagent. He .will be able to locate you with additional prop- Kansas Grant ..n Tuesday March IK 1007 Court Home, I'' will offer fog e
b1pF11. Agricultural, mouthwatering! jellies preserves a source of the thorny agation material. For leafy MRS. FLORENCE CREWS '. IN 1MSTIVIONY WHERKOK Bale. and mil to the high*** '
I have hereunto ...l bidder for each' In hand the*
'. and pies, but vine. stem cutting, snip the canes ..
E&I they may Mrs. Florence Addison my hand and caused the above deicrlbed property of altVdtenriant >
betoo 'ttrt'for the titnld pa- Blackberries are like babiesas Into 6-Inch pieces and place : outstanding ........ f Jrent Seal of the Stale. ofFlorida I to a..u.ry the aforew
Crews 67 died recently at Big Larry Brown .
them in to be affixed at said Uxncutlon\!
upright rooting
I fate !if".'eaten. fresh Without both. are fairly tolerant to a her home in Jacksonville end on Bradford HIgh's Tallahamiea. the C'utfiltul/ ', P D. Ruditlah, Sheriff
Bloelcberriw\ are ltlie However, the acid medium under a mist of \'B- tlllM the Tenth day of Florid.
sugar. Bradford County
wet bottoms.'But for best berries where she had resided for 49 1968-67 Class A state champion .
ter. Pebruary, A. li 11107 t-U 4t a ."
"' grow 'better w..t.h> bable'j[ Sharpness' isn't, a.,. serious avoid sites where water years. She was a native of grid team, has signeda (SEAL) "
For additional Information
per training and car .
collects or where the hardpan four-year football scholarship srCRETAUT: !: OF STATE
County and was a
out attention both are Flordagrand fruit keeps water the surface.To ask your county agent for with of TOM DAVIS
ject ripens ,) near Circular member of Olerrwooa Missionary I I the University Ra 2-16 :It'O'men I-J
to growing'' lrUd'Keeping 294. Blackberry Pro-
about a. month before local Kansas.
insure quick growth,
Baptist Church. She
Uttte pnes duction
'from running wild in Florida
14'''a but wild blackberries, and several apply about a quarter of a was the wife of Lewis Crews Coach Pepper Rogers, form. OF* MHFIIIPli"I.IO. RORiDA :
tomeatjc problem' days ahead 'of other domestic pound of 8-8-8 INPK1 ferti- Interment was In Riverside I I er University of Florida offensive Notice I. heroby Driven that 1 I.p I. .,
fceeplni 'domestloited NEW CORPORATION ,
berrlea D. UeddlNh. Sheriff ot llrad-
11U'dent. varieties such as Regal Ness, lizer around each plant three Memorial Park. backfield coach, came ford County Flnrlda.. under and
\ ., problem. or Advance oklawaha) servesas weeks after planting. Be sure CHARTERED I to Starke Tuesday to sign the .' by virtue of Writ nf \ISx! "('utlnn THEATRE
+ its 0. k.;:"to tie berry ;vines a pollinator for ;jFlorda- to keep the fertilizer 13 Inches all-conference, all-area, and IliiI! to Wit
to Secretary of State Tom Execution 'leaned out of Small\
stakes to ktep them.In Un grand and produces tasty front the, plant to pre- Adams has the all-state performer. Drown Is { Clalma Court of Bradford County -
but you'll |W in trouble! what fruit, too. vent burning of tender roots. announced THE RIGHT POINT for the the second Tornado end to I II Florida pumuant toa finalJudgment Showtime--Weekdays 7, .
the chartering of'the following .
the l tap if .you try' the MOM At the 'Central Florida Experiment If leaching rains tall, feed corporation: Town House the way you write. Come In sign a grid grant In the last Company of for Starke Southern and niwount aualnm. Sunday :3:00 Saturday 1 .
a eth and select favorite ES.
> G4 with children.jo(!! your R. C Crew and Jeanette Crews
Station. 11 two- two years. Eddie Douglas
Wy out of'(.rouble and out ofwild 1 I each plant with a couple of I Enterprises of Florida Inc., TERBROOK fountain pen Tech off defendant. In the amount of FRIDAY. SATURDAY
year-old Flordagrands pro- ounces of nitrogen fertilizer 130 S. Thompson St.. Starke, TELEGRAPII.I signed with Georgia 1381.41 together with all\ C.OHIK

briar patches by grow I duced 60 pints of'berries at 81 week intervals between Fla. Authorized stock 1.000 the 1966.,Tornado state cham- .... nf Have collection Mtlxed and have In no MARCH 3, 4 .

...L I I Double Feature Program"IWs

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i. ;. :" 1 : ';-': > .. .. ". ; ... : I DRIVE- \ #r' :
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plon team. OPEN 7:00: '
: ,'' : :: Brown S la the first memberof SHOW TIME 7:18 MIHDIXG Iii if

... this past year's grid teamto
.. -:. ,; : 8ljm. a college pact ADMISSIONAdults SToRE a
''I THE ?
One of the finest athletes 75c Students 6lie(
t.. to participate at Bradford tMMHUIIClEUI
Children Under 12 Free
"r. HIgh School since I've been

\ :. 1 here," Head Coach David FRI.. SAT., SUN

.'1t. ,.. Hurse says of Brown. The big MARCH 3, 4, 5 PLUS -
\.t: ; ..:
end scored 62 points with 10

tl'i: : I receptions for 244 yards in the -ljrfuRe-F
,. .:
12 games. He scored one TD They Fracturenctim .
by picking up a 'blocked punt MM1!

f '.' : and another by grabbing the !Ate 1ron 1 :ki JDe D-
ball from his opponent's ( e
; ; .
L : COLOIIgirl.
I 'I
: I hands.
.M 1.1..rKIWhM.eNSUN.
'rb., Because he's only 17 and maRTIn DRI.3m
,. .J' r . tr
already stands 6IU1d weighs ....;.. : ., MON., TUES. .
190 pounds, Coach Hume f
tl : Larry has an "awful lot says ofpotenUal. MARCH\ 5, 6.. 7 .

1937 : ; .. .1967 ." D.p "

Coach Rogers watched Brown I\ She'sthenorld'smost
work out In 'baseball juid was '. I

.. Impressed with his size, quickness w :
and hands, Hares said. [,, beautifulbankrobber t' .

Brown is the Tornado cogera '-J"' ., 1' ....., !

,. leading rebounder with an 8.S .
i. .
average.IN !3 I '" 1 .,. m-g'm p'nen1I' / :
,.I '

IN AND roll ItltAUl OKU :
COUNTY l PI. 1 UIDA. nuss'me I
h'e ;
r ?+ In ro: isatatC of "penelope"I' oj
S, W. VVIIirKMllAn. ..I..c.'d.l'o ; .
( UI" I'IIO till I : 1 a
TO 0\1.1.l lli.S"NS 'IN- x
'I' :R :H'r.n.: IN 1IIH I.HTA'lfc.: count* ,i ,'! \ ) :
UI'riAl fJ' DIUENTt: !
You are hereby not Ifl..eI thai V A UNIVERSAL PICTURE MiT"" J \

t M w 1 ''i Uaid.a'.41'JeS+ttis'T..14e'' Yr a wrlltHii to tail timtruuiunt Ilia hut" Will IIu..rIII" |and- Wednesday, Thursday a

leMtamt'nt tt-r ,Haiti ilucotlunt ha. PLUS March 8, 9 :
b."ti iuliiillt led. tu prubuiA In
thlH cuuit You are h.*r.*by I .
ciniinunuvil'. within nix calendar .- .
months from the data o-f Joj.pti E Ltvmi re-i iSopbK .
the fimt publleullun uf thinnullrn _'l'HBFOZISLOMEI"PE1 .
to uipi| ... ,, I II Loren /.d
and) show .u ". If tiny you SEJEJS
ran. why Urn uctlon uf thlHiuurt j7 Minclli
'In HilinlllliiH' mid will
to inbiktft) should n*>t tttunf. Mastroianni
j uniftvokedi > ,.

Thoroiv A.. Yawn, 'i P fI : VitttrliOs ..
't + COUNTY jrnnn I ( Sica'sMarriage '
J't First. |>ul>llc'ntlun un I'>l>. U.I
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COLOR fey D.L... Style
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AJJAM1.: I I'.N' +b gem. n. Ie Color
Kicrt-duy" rt( Mtnta o
\ the tilut.!: of Florida, du hereby.
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\ 1s +h' e GARDEN CLIAIICFriday :


Saturday March 3-4. :

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:. ;. : that time have until ; : : .- -- .. -- 34C *
consistently assets .
: ; .' ; ,: ; ,. we grown our I. : : .: r [HUD and IILOOM I ft INCH fBT-
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':j ".' .I: ': :'now total in" of six and half million dollars. 1I. ; f : :. EACH
('J"r ,:. : :.excess. a '. r' 1t.1 v -., .. .
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.. t .. Each} Director. Officer and. ,Employee listed below thank.1', :. ; ,.' "', ..
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(. i It 'L. .. ,- :t Ar'; s : you .: ., : t.) 7. ; ._ 7l'r, : BULBS ROSES $159 1 LEAF RAKE :

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who do not bank with at extend a' : .
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Patsy 'Coleman, :Bookkeeper! : f Dianne Hodge, Bookkeeper !i '.. L. Peek, Jr. Pres.-- & Director FARMSUPPLIES
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Helen B. 'Crosby, .Head Bookkeeper Ruth Johns, Asst. CashierVFrieda W. B. Sewell Chairman Board GAL.$3.98
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Charlotte Freest+ : >rlTe"ln. : '!;'TIler' ;< :. .::<-Bren'da:l Lewis, Teller ::....':' ...V. J> P.; 'Tomllnaon Cashier ; ; SEEDS 2 GALS. FOR $4.98

; Helen E;\ GlasgowAnat..> Cashier* ; : ., . .. Shirley. I Morrison, Stenographerr1':.. ,./ .".;:Vlla'rold, : C. Wall. Director',- .: Crowder Peas Garden Tools

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Eggs Egg production con
I i
tinues to expand both seasonally Set I

NEWS And NOTES I as well as in relationto II
last year. Supplies this A :Al I

For Today's HomemakersBy spring tire expected to run 4 1 l l h a r I LJII
,j to 6 per cent ahead of a year I

earlier, and prices should prove .
]KarO-n t Sue McCain I
attractive to consume 'March ".. 1967 < iS ,

Count) extension I In most American homes TO ALL. PARENTS: I

Hotnc Economics: '' Agent eggs are a staple food that I The School Board meeting 4
< homemakers find Indispensable is scheduled for March 7. 1967 41
"'I- '''In planning and preparing at 10 a.m. I have talked to '
family. meals. They can be Mr ill. A. Lawson, chairman, ; S. W
MARCH PLENTIFUL; lust spring's supply j
I served in so many way!: and and he would like to hoarour M4
Topping!!: 'the March list of pork, shoppers will find generous I ire an Ingredient In so many complaints and sugges } b SS.

plentifula are peanuts/! and supplies over the' next (I types of recipes that they are tions. :He also wants every 'l Ti 1
!peanuts and 'peanut products, :several months. Reports now likely and Other plentiful foods 'show that 8 to 10 per cent ,
at meal.
any schools the best ]possible.
include and grapefruit, more hogs will be marketed in :
oranges Of course we all like deviled Many parents work duringthe 1
pork, rice, green, split peas, March and April than In those eggs on a picnic, fried eggs time of the School Boardmeeting II
canned salmon. Here are months, last year and prices
tor breakfast and scrambled '
I that "r
no am asking .lea i
to be below Ill.8tyear' l
some,hlghlighte on these foods. I lave expeoted egg for Friday night supper, all who will come to the ,I

Pork -- Contrasted with II.Rice. Production hit n new but have you tried eggs and courtroom of our courthousa .

I broccoli casserole? Serve It on Friday March 3, at 8 d;.m. t
11 cent above
high, running per
with diced! beets Il
pineapple and let's discuss matters we 1
>' the previous year. and cottage cheone salad and need to bring to the board onthe I
Green Split Peas Supplies :
.. are plentiful because of you really have a 'treat In 7th. Airman Stalnaker Cited

,milt*mei MOIfC'tO."...... .# a good crop this year and alarge store A 'man named Edward
MO ttllm I Another
fWfONlVIOAr different "way with "I
., Everett Hale once wrote:
m oUMnkUM Nil IW4. carryover from the pre. Airman 1st Class William buted to the success of the I h'" -
uno.4Nfc'M eggs"/: 'is creole eggs. am only but Bill! :I am
) : AND Oy1.IX' vious( crop.Salmon one W. Stalnaker, son of Mr. and U. S. Air Force Mission in .b."" I'lU1T
RECIPE FOR CREOLE ROE one. I cannot do everything,
Late 1966 Industry < Mrs W. C. Stalnaker of Southeast Asia. ."
I 6 servings, one-half cup ,but still I can do something.And .
stocks of canned salmon each. Brooker, has been decorated! He Is now at Patrick as a. ,,.,
Bettor Homed Furniture Co. than because I cannot do every; with. U. S. Force Commendation member of the Air Force) '.,' .'. .,.,' '. ,-', J : .t, '' !:'i,
33 Air
cent larger
were per Mushrooms, canned drained thing, I will not refuse to""do Y' : ", "' : ,,.. ". . .,
1200 8. Edgewood Ave the previous year, BO both red I 2-ounce con onion Medal at Patrick Logistics Command which ; : "'' '
; chopped,3tablespoons the something that I can ;
Jacksonville, Florida 32203 and pink salmon should be offered sliced AFB'near Cocoa Beach Prekeeps USAF units at home' L' "
; celery, one- do. -.I-------.i-4':
at attractive retail prices. seating the medal Is Lt. Col. and overseas supplied and < : '
fourth cup; green pepper, If you feel as he did_ beI .. ". .
__ -'-
chopped one-fourth cup;,.\bacon there Friday night and let's Virgil Llndscy. equipped for immediate action j'l'f
fat or oil, 2 tablespoons; OR I work to better our schools Stalnaker wae awarded the I anywhere in the world. "

,mushroom liquid, amount from and the chance for our chil- medal for merltorlus service A graduate of Bradfordas =ham 1= -f: "

2 ounce can; flour 2 table- dren to become better prepared administrative specialist at' high school. Airman Stal. ,' ,"a..= \
; K 'water Cam Ranh Bay Air Base In I naker attended Tampa Uni-: l
: ldy ?' } '+ spoons; one-half cup; for life than we have ""
a i tomato soup condensed, canned been. Vietnam He was cited for his vrslty before entering the

lO'/i ounce can; salt 1 Thanks again, and I hopeto outstanding professional skill I service

teaspoon..; chill powder three. see you Friday night at and., initiative which contri

fourths teaspoon; eggs,,hard the ,icourthouse.
cooked coarsely chopped 6; -Jim Faulkner

English muffins, split, toasted .
6; or toast 6 !tallces. Chapters will attend the Greater .
Cook vegetables In fat or Gainesville Steer Show and Watch Dan Blocker, Michael Lindoit" and lorna Greene,start of Chevrolet1 "Bonanza" on NBC-TV next' Sunday night

"I Sale being held today (Thursday
simmer In mushroom, liquid

until water.tender.Stir Into Blend vegetables flour and;'' stock) at Market.the Gainesville Live Now?! Never Before a Sale Like This-

N 51v blend well. Add soup, salt,; Three boys from the Bradford
ti t> < :: Chapter James Mott,
1 Chill powder, and eggs. Blend Don't Miss It !
well. Heat thoroughly. Serveon I Gene Melvin, and Cecil Stalnaker .

English muffins or toast.. and showing steers ,

Calories per sel'V'lng-about.' at this event, and two will rn Right now, and! during March only, your Chevrolet dealer is offering tremen-
335 if mixture Is made with be .entered, from the Bradford- t
dous savings on some of his most popular options and accessories on his

bacon fat or oil and' ;servedon Starke The Bradford FFA Farm.and Starke most popular cars. How low the price? Just ask him! You get your pick of
muffins 200 If
; I these VS's Sport Coupe or 2-Door 4-Door Bel Air Sedan.
made without fat and servedon Chapters held a forestry elimination : an Impala or

toast. I : at the FFA School' Hurry, here's what you get:

,WORLD SKATE CHAMPIONS IN 'HOLIDAY ON ICE with Menu broccoli Suggestion apple' and- celery Serve I I determine Farm on the February boys who 27-28 will to I I Get this with every Bonanza car: And that's not all-get this!

International skating stars and champions' are predominant'in salad, and sherbet. go to the Forestry Contort Conner A pushbutton AM radio you wouldn't Want Powerglide transmission? Order it

the 1967 edition of "Holiday on Ice. Among the star For a copy of this and many'' on March 10 at the Austin Woods! want to be without. Front and rear with Chevrolet's big 275-hp Turbo-Fire

contingent in the all-new 22nd edition of the Ice spectacular : more Egg Delights request' Cary Memorial Forest near Pvt. L. l..arDltr'IN>dll (li-ft) and Pvt. Vernon J. |Co.uicrrecently bumper guards. Wraparound front fenV8 engine and you get them both at the

are world's champion Petra Burka (left), making her your copy of "Eggs\! In Family Gainesville.The completed four weeks. of Individual comlm-t trainIng der lights are a touch of sheer elegance. low Bonanza price.

'professional debut in this season's "Holiday", and highflying Meals" from Extension Home Bradford and Starke Lejeune,. N. C. Four handsome wheel cover for the Truck buyers save, too, during the sale!
Ronnie Robertson, acclaimed as the world's greatest Chapters will have a Land at the Marine Corps Mane, Camp
skater. Guy Longpre and Ivor Rob oD are the clowns, with Economics Office in star e, Judging!!: Contest elimination Woods. I..* the son of Mr. 'and Mrs. A. M. Wood of dressy. look you like. Five whitewall tires' Fleetslde pickups (Model CE10934)) with
Jane Morris and Alfredo Mendoza as the adagio skaters .. : a custom touch. special option and accessory packagesare
on ;March! 31 in Alachua and Conner's. parent. are Mr. and' -*
Route 1, Sturke,
in a production numebr called "A Venetian Festival". The available at Bonanza Sale savings. .
'Star studded ice spectacular cornea to Jacksonville Coliseum County. Frank O. Conner of KlngleJ-i. ., Lake. Another way you can save now: WHILE THEY LAST. YoU fret a 175-hp V8,

for 4 days only from Thursday, March 9 thru Sunday FFA NEWSBRADFORD James Allen Reporter i During their more than 200 hours. or training, Wood.* During the sale only, you can add power a 'pushbutton radio
March 12. Show times are Thursday and Friday at 'Bradford Chapter, FFAA
and (Conner learned about weapon. and combat technique" steering and power brakes at a special chrome hubcaps plus
8:00: p.m., Saturday at 8:45: p.m., with matinees at 1:00 = -
PAI. and 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Children, 12 CHAPTER ClasMlfled' Ad in the TELEGRAPH from combat veteran Instructors. They will now receive at package price. Get them both for easier custom appearance .

''and under are-half-price at the 6:00: p.m. matinees on Several members from the y least four week of ..ptIIIltdlll"tr Saturday and Sundae brings results. .,. >
Bradford and Starke FFA to permanent unit.
One Sale You Surely Don't Want to Miss! See Your Chevrolet Dealer Now!

= : ;Jon, and the laying of land -.....--.-....---...-.----.,..-....-. ....-.-.-.--.-

*. I nines.rained in,Engineers the use of are explosves also- Oft 8144,


I I._ I SERVICEMEN conducting action In addition program a, the vigorous battalion aimed, civic: at is Baldwin Chevrolet, Inc.

I helping the Vietnamese. peo- U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE nOIUD.I"HONE 961.7500
AUTO SALES&SERVICE ELECTRIC MOTORS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment AND,,WOMENAirman ple better themselves socially nr.

and economically.

ELECTRICMotor.Repair Hancock Office t o'a
._ II
EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorised ,
Jeep Jeepster Co. Most Fashionable

Of Gainesville, Ino. Address For Ladles
RepairingR.windinsNew : ,
e RAMBLERRidgway and Used WEABACCESSORIES Adding Machine. Caloulaton} : WOULD YOUBELIEUE.

Motor Co. 1030 S. Main Gainesville 7 W University, Gainesville SAVE TIME Discos you i, Ip

Phone 372-8318 requirements with us tint. d:, it nnye

1132 S. Main MOBILE\ HOMES 523 N. Ma.n Bt. OalnesvlUt 1

CabuwrUle S72-8433 Phone 376-5531 .
Farm and Industrial
Equipment .
Mobile Homes, Inc. PAINT & GLASS

Santa Fe Tractor, GalnmvUle'i Discount Mobile Liddell Paint & -

Inc. Home Sales Lot.
Glass Co.
:Inc.' Purchase discounts on entire "
FORD chain guarantee huge savings.NEW KTANIZE PAINTSGIatIs.lJJl'1'OnSUdlnc !\
Maxie D.
SALES& SERVICE: ""arm Tractors A Implements Door.
Selection'of Used Cars In/lS./: Bon son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. I Only
,nne> Ford Industrial Equipment MOON CAPELLA Tab Enclosurea-Shawer! Doan $10950
,(Taken On Cadillac Trade USED EQUIPMENT PACEMAKERUsed -Window.AwningCarpetWallparsrSt.refront .' Wilkinson of Route 1 Law-,
lOll N.W. 13th. Ri. 441 SALES PART SERVICE tey, has been selected for I
Homes Low
PHONE, S18- SOl PICK UP ft: DELIVERY' Priced.Mflfblle With approved-credit technical training at Fort I INCLUDING HANDSOME: CARRYING CASK
Benjamin: Harrison, Ind. as a
14 38 N.W. Sixth GalnMVllltPhons low down.
370-2S4S as $100 118 N.W. Sixteenth Ot. U. S. Air Force postal spec I
4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North GAINESVILLE 872-8191 ialist.
CRANELINCOLN Gainesville. 378-1344 The airman recently completed -

ARDEN SUPPLIES CALL,COULEfCT( GLASS basic training at: For this. ,
< Lackland AFB. Texas. His .r" cft,

Authorized Sales A Serviceso \fotoreyetesSeootenCYCLERAMA University Glass new school la part of the Alt',1 WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC .

/ JD. University Oain.evtil- fohnson & Paris, Inc. Training Command which,

Phone 3724291Crane's & Glazing Co., Inc. conducts hundreds of ,.pec-' ADDING MACHINE 4
Complete Line at MIRRORS" lathed courses to'' provide,!!

REEDSPLANTBInaeoUcideePet Motorcycles AUTO GLASS! technically trained personnel : _

e Import SupywFERTILIZERS Tub Enclosure Showers for the nation's< aerospace 11 /
e YAMAII.1 Adds ;/1 L .
Volvo (Meree ee-J'Jens' ) eBIIW Doors Store Front. force 'i 1 P t'
1319 S. Main Gainesvillei n r s e e a
We Rent rVrtillseir Bpreader _
876-9031 '
OalneavlU i Pvt.
N. Main ACCESSORIES Calvin J. Varnes, son e ,
Phone 373-4378 224 N.W. 8th Ave. of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. i I
SIS W. University Gainesville
4 ; l
PHONE 372-047S 378-2811 TILES &: PAINT Varnes Route 2, Starke has Multiplies ,, o r

':'Beauty Academy o..menWe. JI'1a FLTNTKOTE TILS carpentry completed an course eight-week at Fort Credit Balance r; .r "

:MOVERS Asbestos.
Vinyl-Vinyl Asphalt
Leonard Wood, Missouri. i
II POWELL'S Floor Finishing Product Pvt. Varnes trained in I
Long Distance MovingLocal CARPET(
Drayage WALLPAPER concrete mixing and pouring, )| TOTALS TO 999,999.99 '
Beauty Academy
building foundations and
Storage Packing: (CnttnjShipping
LNm 'i Frofessloa In Tom. GLASS CO., INC. Tenney Tile & Paint walls, and cutting vlndows'

Spare Tim' Full or Part Tim. "EVERYTJI lO IX GLASS' FREE ESTIMATED CALL 2222 N.W. 8th St.Gainejrvul and doors. Ha received extensive

VAT A EVENING.CLASSE. Store Fronts Mirrors 378.1302 instructions In tht use At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The
of carpentry tools.
S Low Tuition Terms) Doors Windows- -Tub Sliding Enclosure Glass '_ 1 Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A
& Storage Inc. TRAVEL
211 N.W. 10th Ave.
3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. Cpl. George O. Martin son I Heavyweight Machine.
Calneavfflo 87S-2780 Galnmvllle3768084 8340 N.E.!: Waldo Rd. Travel of Mr. and Mr,. Cary S.
House of
Oauteavlll. 372-4271 is
Martin of Route 1, Lawtey ,

CONCRETE PRODUCTS Spence Lipham Music Co. Marine Division. HI(;" outfit,
Chemical SuppliesJanitorial Gal..n vUI, Shopping Ctr. Hotel.. Car Rental. supports the division through'I I '
With Much
Compare Machines !
Twice As
Edward's BuildingSupply Supplies .Clean' 972.88.1., No Charge For Our SC"rvlceWe4"lufaoys road and building construc- i Costing
110 N.V.. 10th. Avenue
ing: Chemicals Wax 8:30: to 8:00
: Inc. 3rooms Brusben. -- Mops Authorized THE RIGHT POINT for' the SEEING IS BELIEVING
Baldwin Pianos & Organs Sat. 9 to 13.
-, Buckets: Restroom Supplies. Guitars GJbeon the i way you write. Come In ,
'' : Coya
788! '. Main- 1.484.OAlNJt'VJI.t. II Ic: Equipment 3413 W University ATS.OalneavlU I and select your favorite ES-i
Ludwig Sllngerland :
Drfims/ -
: &. FLA.. ",01'IE!! :nil G'ville S Z.ZIS8r .Fender Standard, Amplifiers. 378-1601 TERBROOK fouo641arepen.TELEGRAPH I' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .

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TlI1tRiDA. ,. MA1I.. 1981 BR.\DFORD C'OtrR'r'rTELEtutAM'J.._-_. ; STAKKE; FLO'RID.\ P.\1i--: ELEVEN' -

... .9..99.YYYYTY Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville Jacksonville terment was In Riverside I er and two/ brothers nine year. Duanye were recently in Green not classified as bene'Us. but I I age group in the list of vie- -. .
When her the Cove Springs earned income and must were hospitalized after eat
I Mrs. Watts will be remembered Mm. Ventresi L Peterson Memorial Park Jacksonville.Arrangements ago. mother as Carelessness
MAXVILLE as our former Mrs. Veniress L. Peterson were under the former Mrs. William Lee New- I 'Mr and Mr. Price Fisher be reported on tax returns. [ ing or drinking internal
ham married Clyde Heraey and Mrs. Chester Searle went dl and Causes Many medications cleansing and
clinic nurse here. 74, died F !day. She was a direction of John M. Brink- Proceeds of policies :
BABY GIRL, life long resident of Ouval Icy Mortician Maccler.ny. from thfa area. Me. Hersey 1 to Jacksonville Tuesday. the dividends are not taxable Poison Accidents polishing agents insecticides, .
By Mrs A. C. abide hast been'a long time farmer O. L. Crawford deliveredthe and need not be reported or kerosene.
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Browning dountlv'snd'), a member of Mt. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips .
Phone 189-4491 announce the birth of a Zion Baptist Church. SurVivors and family of Maeclenny were and; chicken grower and Is evening message at Decoy Other VA benefit not tax- Continued carelessness around Parents are warned ta Keep:
I aAa.ua.AAaA.AUA.Aa. I in
atructloin1 Company Key- SprIngs Sunday night.
Saturday February 11 at St. prank W. Peterson, Baldwin Mr. and Mrs Joseph Lucas training allowance subsistence tHe accidental poisoning of reach of children .
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry
BABY BOY I Vincent's Hospital In Jack seven daughter, five sons, six and family. atone Heights.' allowance for c'lsabled some 8,700, persons i I. Florida
I Due ta Mf. and Mrs. Iler- attended the Way of the Cross I
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watts sonville. Maternal Coleman sisters and 21 grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Daniels I aey'a health ..they have sold Baptist Church in Jachnonvllle veterans In vocational rehabilitation last year, according to the
of Jacksonville announce the I mother Is Mrs. Myrtle and 11 great grandchildren. and family of Valdorta. Oa. their chicken farm and .ire to hear Evangelist Billy Kelly. !' training, compen- State Board of Health. TUB RIGHT POINT for the
birth of first child a son ,. of here and paternal i Funeral services were held were weekend guests here' of now, at 1222 Bradford Street We are glad to her that sation and pension payments, Two-year-olds led all other: select! your favorite ESTER-
Thomas Martin III born I grandparents are Mr. and Monday at 1 k b. m. from Mt. Mr. and' Mrs. Buddy Browning in Stark*. Mrs. Cittckroney la back in the grants for wheelchair homes time with 1.890 cases. As- BROOK fountain pen. TEUC-!:
Monday. February 13 at St. Ml'S. M. C. Browning of l lj Zion Baptist Church with 'I and new baby. We wish to welcome Mr", Thereasa community. She was automobiles and all benefitsto pi.In was the thing most frequently wily you. write. Come In and, ,""
Rev. Edward Hlckoxf! assistedby : Mrs. Estelle' CftVter, sister and Mrs. Exwltt Heracy and visiting her children in Geor families of deceased veter- swallowed by Ir.fants GRAPH.
Rev. R. T. Williams. In- of John North Is confined to ans. .w ,
I little Martin into the com 1 i Nearly 250 two-year-r onBALDWIN'S
the Baptist Memorial Hospital : munity. :Mr.' and 'Mm. Horsey gia.Most I
l I-J. TilE CIRCUIT OOCriT IN-; In Jacksonville'and have bought 'the Hcraey'i Benefits
j ANt 1<'011 IInAJ"'OHJJ> COUN was expected to return to ''farm. Dewitt Is Mr, Ifcrsey'ason.
Tj TY. 10 LORD.No. .... I'
Self Employed? :" 1I-1U: lnvi, ,.hmCAMHRIDoIPOHT her home the first' cf this They are moving; from For: Veterans :
SAVINGS> week ,
Galnenvllla, where the/ are
I DANK> :, a. corporation, [ Are Tax Exempt
Plaintiff, Milton Green of Middle- .both employed. Mr. Ileiaoy Is
How To Take V" u-g snd son of Mr. and employed wtth Clay Electric
;t I4 JOSEPH W. ANDREWS, III i Most veteran benefits are
Mrs. Marvin Green delivered and Mrs; Her ey. the former
'l ux et al tax-fiee and need not be re-
The Pinch Out Der-ndante Sunday night services at the Helen Paytcwi. daughter of Mr.
HOIIRFPTat': H., Maxvllto Baptist Church. and iMrs. J. D. Pay ton. Is em- ported on income tax returns 8 i''J.'J.Get 'J.-:
Of'Quarterly'Income N01ICU OK HI However, Interest earned
!ITIIFJ STATH OK FI.ORIDA A. L. Rhcberif- of MUtclenni ployed with Wood Products ,
'. TOJOSEPH: W. ANlMtlSWS; in Gainesville. Little Martin on GI Life Insurance dIvi-
TaxPaYJ11ents was Sunday dinner guest of : -
III and NINA B. A.'J.DItEW3 dends left on deposit with; the ,
hi* wire Mrs, Dorothy :Waters. anti goes to. nureery school In .
w r9 Mace Street eon ails. attended church I Gainesville.\ They plan: to coil.tlnue 'Veterans Administration are ...

Trtnton, services' at Maxvtlle: Baptist ; working and to tay In ---I ,..,
New-; Jersey (((8 1)OSVutl -
Church' the chicken growing business. ,.*. x.<. ,"'
me hereby nutlflod that >> ;:, .'" ':""
Mia Margaret Prevutt of : .' .(t.j.: : >.<
a null! ho* beef filed atralhmyou. '' '#''''' >>
In the above entitled -.yvvvvvv 'vvvvvmvv. Starke end Mr. and Mrs, John ::;V,' wt.C' .
cause, and that' you ate, 'Ji r.- ;
of 'Molln 111.
,Carlscn were
by re'lulred| 10 rue your unitwor -
I with tlin Cleric of UiU recant guests of 'Rav! and i
J' Court and to arv..' a1' copj THERESS.A %
ReA Mra. :Merle 'Pa kman:
I'a ,
,. thereof) upon the plaintiff ui'
lfl"intrrr. attorney; 'shoe.'. Rev. J. C! Hextei'Sy oC Fer-

,, .. r nunm' and nilUieim: U a.'gpL'ary, HV Ltntlu! Crawfonlt4AaAAAASAAaaa4AAAAAa itandlna Beach, was a recent .
Il>l *ilulu> and l Halliard JOOl
f guest
at tha homo
Atlantic Coast Line. 1iuil.unjJackaanvllle I \ k
"" i Klurlilh. 'aszuj: : of'Mr, and Mrs. G. L.. Craw- rake/ the- Bonanza
it from
i not later. fait than t<>March tlu "28th 0. ,d,,,1967.1C cri'f. ,101M"" Baptist. Church lo.r". k vI Sure. f H _ t Boys .:
Does income tax paying time frequently find you .pro cflVifennci will" bA' onlertTIavalnut Jbtm Codtf, son of SlV.\ and Mr. and Mra. Walter Swin y get SURE savings ":
short of ready cash for the purpose? Why 'not you for the relief de'numlee Mrs.: Fred Dodd brought the dell and
put yourself on a "Pay. as you Earn" bosta? I The nature In the of mid ertmplalMt.null being, evening ipomiaffe for Rev .house-wanning' at the new real. Bonanza Sale savings. --on Impala ::
for the foreclosure.. of a m<**ttone home' of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Charley On
Unlike those whose major income taxes are (\ rneifinbiTlnir. the" followIll Merle TheNew FackJi&m' Life Sunday Blbl night.Club ,.Hersey Saturday"afternoon.' / Savl-n'g' V8. ,Sport Coupes and Bel 'Air. V8 ::
paid "automatically" through pay deductions, you Mr. and' Mrs. Ervin Beach
list Pour, link Pmlr, Is held each after :
Monday E.
I .
must make substantial lump sum outlays four I. UA11ATOC1A II I li 1 Q Ii T a. Boho.o, ?!case of Hauiea;; City were guest at i
encourage your
Unit wuorUtitK' )10 A'6TChevySedans.
hOllie'of .
This Rev. Mrs.Marie
times a year. can very well throw .your plat therudf "recordedn\ child to attend and bring a the' Johns '
budget out of gear, cause financial stress and Plat. Book Q. page TO, of friend. \ Packham." f' Sunday. after-" '..
strain. We suggest that you the fore. public County. reaonlrt i'lurliliuTogether at. lirad- Saturday! night i rRo-, noon.
with all structure* meaa Dodrf' toot)( the Inter Rev. and .Mrs. Harold Drlvet 'About this question: :

*iul liuprovMtnentN. now andhereaftur me family of, Yuloe were, recent \- "The recent big power fail' % Ton Pickup ci, :
OPEN A SPECIAL-PURPOSE on Iald' land and guests at the home ot
all fixturenow or hereafterattached the PoJms. ,Afterwards, they ure in the northeastern "
land .
to or uied In oun- all went to-Mr. and Mrs. Fred [Mr. Mrs. G. L. Crawftju.Mr. .
SAVINGS ACCOUNT neutlon with the premium* herein and Mrs. Waiter SW1.nell" states might have caused
Dodd' for
d""rlbed fc In addition' hot? chocolo;a |ind _
I nn
of much asu
and family the
thereto the following tf..acrlbtlhmiaufiold cup cakes. were visitingMr. spoilage
geared to the job of accumulating the amounts I \ .uppllanxtt, whit' Sunday. School' at 10 a.m., and Mrs Clyde- Thames in home freezers and ia'

needed to meet your quarterly income tax payments are be, flxtureii and elmll and be a deemed part of to Morning Worship 11 am* :;'' and, Mr. and Mrs Kirby. Swin-. in colder weather,' might -

Every pay-day, make your own "tax,.; deductions" the really: Tralnihff Union 6:30: ( p.m.:, dell of PjJaUta.t .Ernelt have'' caused freezing: and j ]

from your salary and deposit them in ,,10"Eolemaii' kitchen 50,000 exhaust BTU ..paeeheater. fan Evening Worship.. 7:1.'S.: Wed- t Mr.<*famlly-.were ana' iMjrsl' mo'SC-: Adgus.tine ;t'rle.t.I'n rupture of plumbing and O.

this special account. Then, when tax dates'roll 1 nesday night Prayer Serviceat Would a''
heating systems.
WITNESS my hand and the 7:30: with' choir Friday night! 1
around, you'll have the ready cash you need! .enl lit" eald\ Court at Btarke, after services practice. AQjw 'Sylvia Dodd, f. student -Homeowner Policy or other;
Florlda, thus 14th day oti Veulimrr '- Y
A.; U. un PERSONALS of Bob Jones University, types ot insurance cover) 1967CHEVY
(Seal of the. Clrrult. Court) ,was visiting at the homo of such losses?"
Charted. A" 'Darby We are lorry to be losing '
The Community State Bank her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Clerk of the Circuit Court Becky Newham, our news reporter -
HTIl: ulnh M. Moody red Dodd over the weekend. Charley E. Johns
from this
Deputy Clerk community Lt. Mrs, John Dodd and
OF STARKE 9-1 ftu of the Child) end of Shreveport La. were Agency ,
late' William Lee Newham.

MEMBER F. D. I. C. A Clonaineil Ad In the TRLKOBAPII !! J[She moved to Theresaa from Ml'weekend.. Fred guests Dodd. of Mr. and" 131 S. Walnut 961-5070 St. IIALF -TON Don't miss "Bonanza," Sundays on NBC-TV.

J bring results Orlando, aio ig with j far moth PHONE
; Mra Chester Searle ana Check your local listings for exact 'time.


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Impala Sport Coupe


Including[ 175 hp V8, .1.
Pushbutton Radio,

Chrome Hub Caps Cus ,

tom Appearance Package '

Custom Comfort __

0(1!!', .;.. tens. IesJ

Bel Air2Door
""<' .;.,.*t '''ll ''I ''PI ,shhl I Illllh I I f (O ( ... Sedan

\ ". >}.'J ':: :..... For sure savings Ia re

new Chevy
on a -1 S '
) ,I, Pickup, come toBaldwin So hurry in now while our great sales

event,, is in full swing.

: It's- a BONANZA! March 1-31 only.

Chevroletr Inc.
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S ( !r-------; SET GAS RANGERed ; ( o

Wheel Lo-Temp Oven 14\ Ft. ,Westinghouse OX :

l1 Instant-on sound-picture Control High ,1 performance '
1 full year parts and labor- Burners Removable Door REFRIGERATOR 1965 Chev. BelAir 1960 Chev. Sta:: Wagon
really)] that's enough, but. .Seal Roll-Out :Smokeless COMPLETELY -

there is more -' memory' Broiler .Removable 2-piece
WESTINGHOUSE fine tuning, you set it once Broiler Pan No-Drip Top FROST. FREE 4.Door, 6 cylinder, auto. trans.,. Radio, heater. and auto. trans.
and lose adjustment radio and,, beater.
never ; Most: daring offer in town.
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FAMILY SIZEWESTINGHOUSE_ AUTOMATIC .from station to station. Big family size full porcelain $$39500
50 (
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m interior handy butter

WASHER 156Nothing keeper _

D R YE; R S 15i jpound. giant of I With 00 1955 Chevrolet t 2Dr.

Trade !
-big)I Vi II. P; motor 1962 Chev Impala1 .
You won't believe) the fluf- ,, giants.17900 .
gest and best
6" Cylinder, auto. trans., radio and
flness and convenience ,ot 4 water Down S266 With 4-Door Sedan, auto. trans., radio, heater.

owning a modern dryer .lint filter. TradeGIFJTS heater and power steering.
count the hourrf.you will save, could desire.It's TRADE A MOflTH I

away from the clothes line r'' WITH r- -. ,. ... ,$1"0 ... ': :
-YOIl deserve it. Hard To BelieveFROM $99500 $19500

But Only .

0 REG., 'ea selection?just of to-,;over come 100 in (appliances.and. browse Other from' 1964 Chevrolet(]/2 Ton; Pickup ${ Q9500FLEET

$219 specials on display too numerous to men-, SIDE ..

1 tion. Don.'miss this gigantic carload? sale. :

1966 Chevrolet % Ton Pickup $159500


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'Board of Trade' Seven Signs Of Sickness e e I

: Active Here Can You Recognize ThemIf

Score One For Chamber Commerce Back In 1912
you know that every one fest Itself as a serious symptom

should get a medical checkup is in association with a

Once again the importance of The company anticipates new Those who think that a at least once a year-and distended abdomen or feeling

first impressions has been shown business from rapid developmentof Chamber of commerce Is kc4 P1"lt If you Haven't had one for of uncomfortableness. In

with the announcement by FrankD. the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, and something relatively new In several years-then you are such cases, a complete exam-
'the life of Starke "have another probably average. According ation is advisable Imedlately.
Owen Jr. that he decided on Trinidad, as well ''as some busi- _
Starke think coming." to the American Medical Association [(5)) Headache again? Despite -
as the site of one of hiscompany's ness from the Central Americanarea.
A headline In the May 31 : "Today's physic what' some people lay
new plants in The Owen is already
group 1912 Issue of The Tele- ians are becoming increasingly two heads are not always
afternoon a record time it is doing in excess of ten million
graph proclaimed "STARKE ,, concerned about how better than one, especially
believed, for making a decisionon dollars a year in sales and is in BOARD OF TRADE ACT- '+ 1 1t little their patients know when they are both :yours and

such an important matter. the top twelve producers of its IVELY AT WORK." a I 1 'x n Yt about the ,fundamentals of both have headaches! One of

Mr. Owen arrived in Starke, line in the Southeast. The Board of Trade of S their own health." the commonest Ills to which

was shown four sites by Jerome Every indication is that Starkeis course ,served the same purpose You've probably heard the man Is prone, headaches vary

Johns chairman of the Chamberof most fortunate to have been as. today's Chamber of seven danger signs of cancera tremendously. Some are caus-
Commerce.The dozen times--but do you ed by simple nervous tension
Commerce's Industrial Com- selected as the home of this new
yellowed front of remember five of them? or
page eyestrain or fever Persistent
mittee and announced his final l in
plant which modest
the 1912 Telegraph, reports even three? Chances are you headaches should lead you to
choice the next day. size to begin with employingsome Uvt: : "The committee on do remember one or two the doctor's office without

Needless to say, such a favor 40 persons in its first year roads expressed,, strong dis- and you watch out for them hesitation.

able decision would not have been of operation has a strong potential approval of the present unsystematic Yet some of the moat com- VomltUng. While excessive

made so quickly and possiblynot for expansion to two or method of workIng mon signs of serious sicknessare vomiting la most often due

at all if Mr. Owen had three times this size within the the public roads of tht often disregarded with a to an esophageal, gastric or

met with indifference instead of next five to ten years. county and recommendedthat shrug. Burping for instance. intestinal problem, it may also (
the Board take be serious symptom.
of Trade a
enthusiasm, or, had found the : It is particularly significantthat the lead In a movement to $ ; 1 e rL + So may may heartburn, fever and be expressive of emotional' !

community, unfriendly or disagreeable the arrival of this new industry have Starke election district headaches. With this in mind, stress or symptomatic )f ex-
trtmely serious Internal dis-
in any way. should come at a time made Into a. specltal l road district ]let's examine some symptomsthat
turbances brain Involve
Bud Whittaker, industrial agentof when the Chamber of Commerce under the law enactedby ate serious warning flags ment. When or the symptoms

the Seaboard Air Line Rail- has been severely criticized by the, last Jellll tur1. telling you to see a doctor persist a medical search, for

road, had confidence in Starke some who seem to feel that fundsit It Is, Interesting to note eoon. the cause Is necessary. Exceptionally -
that there ,dissatisfaction (Ill] Is it "Just" heartburn?
when he recommended: that Mr. has expended In recent years forceful or "pro-

Owen investigate us Ash possible might have been put to better use. with the method ,of" "worklnj :Belching nausea fullness jectile" vomiting is always an
the public roads. even 55 shortly before meals diarrhea -
location for one of his two We are not saying that the heartburn ( after emergency.
even a
years ago '
new Florida plants, and we are Chamber has not made mistakesin Ik was also reported that simple meal.1) and actual (17) Backache. Like head-
proud that this conffdehfce' was the past, or has used available the committee on publicity pain after eating are often ache than a disorder a symptom and may rather originate -

not funds to the greatest advantagein recommended that the Ignored tossed
betrayed. board 1r tr by people or for a multiplicity of
Starke, we feel, is extremely' every instance. But what busi- have 5,000 copies of a. small A-1- ,. off as "Just" indigestion causes. In treating tills com-

fortunate to have been selected as ness or industry has not made, folder printed for distribution. when actually these may be mon condition( the doctor

the home of one of the new Owen mistakes, or has controlled its a(id that 2,000, photographic Kjk i ?v t .,,>'tipsfi' t .Xnr' 1q/ r the signs of serious conditIons first tries to establish the
htPap such gastritis, ulcers,
postal cards be purchased as
plants. They eomlnahere expenditures with 100 cent cause frequently Involving
are per j q q4
for mailing to inquiries : : cancer, cirrhosis of tne liver. extensive
? : r' tests X-ray studies.
asking no favors, no concessions, efficiency about Starke and Bradford sail bladder inflammation
and collection of the fullest
no "tax breaks," no special treat- The chances are, however, thatif county; heart or lung disease and medical of

ment of any kind '- they ask the Chamber' of Commerce President E. S. Matthews '4 i others. the possible patient as well history as com-

and expect only fair treatment. and/or the Bradford County Development appointed Messrs. B. B.tane Home remedies especially'! plete information on the

and that, we are sure, they, will Authority had notbeen C. I. }'eek. J. M. Mitchell. W. Welcome To Florida! antactdes. are not cures for condition of his work and

find. active in recent years Bud E. Davis, and O. Cv :Livingston persistent Indigestion; they dally activities.

The Owen company will invest Whittaker would not have thoughtso M a committee to work 1 may relieve symptoms temporarily It you don't experience

$1.5 .million In its two new Florida readily of Starke when Mr. with the industrial agent of FARMER'SOld Y" DIARY while permitting the any of the above seven signs
disease to
the Seaboard 'Air Line railway underlying progress of sickness
plants to=; a million in the Owen came site-seeking. but you do feel
perhaps beyond help
a.little bit "under* the weath
fabrication[ plant at Whitehouae. Nor would the site-seeker havebeen
> In other front page news of :plan Winter saved up hocked last week with the [121] Breathlessness When er"check your diet, see If
and half a million in the steel so quickly sold on the com- there Is breathlessness after
1912: his' ($1mday punch all season, tory about the teacher who :you have had enough sleep.or .
joist plant, Mere. munity with no enthusiastic wel- F,, H. Dover brought a and -then let \18 have It last wrote an obscene word on the ordinary exertion or when It if you are under any kind

The family-owned group of come to the area, and no helpful sample of wheat to The Telegraph weekend in the worst freeze r" blackboard so we think a better becomes!! difficult to breahte of abnormal strain. Get in the

nine units (counting the two new advice and other assistance suchas office that he had of the, year. when the temperature story is In order. It seems even without apparent cause, habit of having a regular

Florida plants) produces principally was rendered through a rep- 1n'0W1on his farm near went well below freezing / that up at Lawtey during it is time to assume that annual check-up too. It you

structural and reinforcing resentative of our Chamber of Hampton. all over ,the area. We school hours a hog got looser something! has gone wrong are sick, don't worry -and
Mayor Frank; Hoover received know it was the worst cold and of course the school kids says the AMA and to' makea follow the advice of your doctor -
steel with the Commerce
parent companyin a letter thanking him of the 'season as U got severalof all 'chased it. Later, one of date for a medical examin There Is at least ere advantage -
(Columbia S. C. and all located It is to find fault and ask the classroom ation. difficultiesmay
easy for a donation from Stark our.ornamentals which had ,* the pupils entered Breathing to be reaped from
in the Southeast. why things aren't done this way for flood victims along the escaped until that time. all covered with dirt be due to obstruction In Illness: As one 13th century

Mr. Owen predicts steady or that. To those viewing: .Chamber Mississippi J River '. and his teacher had a fit. the nose or throat, pressureson writer put, It "the feeling of

growth of the new facilities, with affairs ,from a distance, it -Miss Emma Darby was At the time of Writing.: it "Where did you get all that the windpipe various conditions health can only t* gained by
to tell the By Sam McGarvey dirt on you?" she asked. In the lungs weakening sickness "
lot not possible
the projected economic expansion must often seem to involve a awarded first prize in a declamatory was ,
amount of damage done to the GrinnIng, the little one replied of the heart muscle anemia
for the State of Florida.As 'wasted and lot of
expected of motion a contest sponsoredby they get enough and fly north, and other changes tn
berry crop, as the effects are "This Is nothing you
an example, he cites'the record unnecessary expenditures. Thatis the' local WCTU. we get our's. the blood dlstrubar.ces 'In ivo'nrn TO 1IF.P'IC..n:
known for several days
of the 30-year-old Columbia understandable when viewedat -Members of the Mother'sClub not e e ought to, see the pig!" TW ClROtrlT! YURT. BRAD
however the heavy frost must brain and nerve function, or FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA:
plant where it has been necessaryto a distance. were treated to 40 ster-! have Wiled much, of the bloom, Just about everyone was emotional causes. IN CHANCERY.

expand facilities every two However an. industry, such<: as optlcon slides of great nature and exposed fruit must have [31} Feeling feverish Don't MAn BURY Can MM.ELMER No! ll-Ti

years during the past ten. the new. Owen plant, will bring al wonders. and points of historical been frozen and' thus' ruined Farm Programs Require Diverting ignore a fever-It's the greatest VS.OWEN.. 'Plaintiff,
interest, shown by for market. "thermometer"; for most
facilities ,
to the KDWARn
Adequate transportation county, over, the SMELSER
Professor'' B. B. Lane on the e that'the
diseases it indicates
Bett'erFarm ; Derendant
and a good labor market many years of its expected life- school's ., newly purchased freeze came Juat Land ,That Is Average Or body Is speeding ''up Its NOTICE TO APPEAR
the key factors in time Tot Owen Edward NmeieerYou
were picking that will far more than re, stereoptlcon. counterattack against an Invasion .
about the worst possible time are hereby notified thata
Starke and Whitehouse Mr. Owen the Chamberhas Where ''the> land designated wIt, for Divorce hoe. bean
pay any expense Sheriff Lang-ford WAS for Our 'growers, aa they hada program benefits may crop. of microbesaccord-
says, and he anticipates that the involved during the past called to> break up a bloodY' good' set of ,fruit on the be reduced where below aver- fur diversion Is f'ound ,Ing to Dr. Morris F1'hbeln. filed named against Court you and'la cause the above and

firm's growth in the Florida mar- several years. fight between J* !K. Harris plants, and now it will be age productive land ds diverted to be below average, the farmer The average temperature of you arc required. to .er...., a

ket will be handled by expansion Could the job have been done and Clayton Hlgtfnbotham, another :month or BO (ot good according: to an announcementmade < will'' be given an oppor- tht body: in health ranges copy- to of the;your'oomnl answer,' lnt or on pleading the

of these two plants rather than without the Chamber? WOULDit one armed with a pitch fork (weather) before the plants can by Mrs June Chapman, tunity to designate other land from 98.4 to 99,5 degrees.-although rinlnriff'a., / Attorney Honorablal ,
Green ,
Starke Florida end
Officer ''Mana-
and the other with a hoe. < Into production agln.How.ver. ASCS County some perfectly heal-
come the
the establishment of additional that will roeft average file the original In the offlro
have been
done and if at *
facilities farther downstate. so by -George A. Oardlner was It may have given ger. The requirement that productivity requirement\ thy individuals mashow. of the Clerk of the Circuit
whom ? elected County Judge, by a the growers of "greens" a least average land be desig reading even above 101 after Court on or before the 9th day
Farmers participating in the of March, 1067 otherwise the
'' In orderto ;
vote-of 775 to 572 for his OPponent windfall, by knocking out the :nated': for diversion to consider exercise sunbathing etc. allegation. of eald Complaintwill
Mr. 7>Pkle. F O. plantings nwth of hf +he land Many physicians recommendthan b. taken a. confessed t by

I A Few Unanswered QuestionsAttorney Shell was elected County Superintendent will apply to tile I"67 when productivity deciding which fields to an easy-to-read two- you This, notice a-tisll be publlahedonce
and F. N. Andrews It was by na, means: / a recordbreaker diversion and price diverted for feed grain. Under! designate as wr-rage. ,flactltlve wneke. In the BRAD-
no far a* lute In 'Program the medicine
General Earl Fair- in his "private" investigations? County Treasurer.. participating They should bear m mint that meter be kept In FOUL COUNTY TEUSORAPH.
the season IK concerned!, for this) program cabinet at all tlnu'8. By Dated this lift lay. of February -
cloth -J. Klnard.: well known diversion support .
has been studying R. .and price ;:
questions How can police officials know we well) remember a year whenwe farmers divert certain acreage and recording the 1 T.CHAFlLrca,
planter of the Waldo section.reported these payments will be reduced < knowing A. DARBY
concerning the legality of Gov. witha normally used to produce
whether of
they're cooperating had fine
a patch/ green ,
diverted !. changes in your temperature of
the Ions of t""') conservation the cropland set aside for Clerk the Circuit Court.
Claude Kirk's Iwell-lpuhiicized Wackenhut investigator who is ,, the result he said beans, and a freeze; la early crops to approved acres is substantiallyless you can help your doctor By Beuluh M. Moody
"private war on crime and will horses as April )hit it, and the plants uses. I>e|>uty Clerk.
investigating on his private casesor of letting them eat Irish potato productive than the average help you. (SEAL),
come up with an opinion at an public ones? To whom does top while harnessed to tuoic on a transparent look The county office manager cropland normally uaeJ to [(41! Are you always! burping 1-9 U J-I

early date according to reports the detective owe allegiance -- the plow as If *.hey had been, : donned explained that the regulations produce the with IX>II.tg! wale" :
from Tallahassee. The contro- to the State of Florida, to Gover- governing the annual programs Mrs. Chapman'said that per. a serious symptom? :Dr. Sara
versial of specify 'that payment for the sonnet at.the ASCS, county office M. Jordan author of Health
subject "private police"performing
nor Kirk, to the still-undisclosed CIVIL AIR PATROL What hurt ..J much about 'arm. .may be reduced where; would be glad to discuss and Happiness says that a
a state, function has contributor paying his salary or that !bean crop li that the
DESCRIBED committee
MISSION the county ASC any problms encountered Inre.ard good 1 deal of chronic burping '
also come under' severe Criticism to the Wackenhut Corporation? plants looked guvd and were -determines that average productivity ,to determining the comes from a habit of swallowing -

from a U. S. Senator, as well as The question might also be O. M. Turner, information loaUeJj I with bears) and the of the acreage dl- acreage to be diverted. air while you eat and 7Mo.9St
officer of the Starke Cadet Wus good' at the time.
editorial writers on various fronts. asked: Why is a private organization defines the price the loan'laterto vented is substantially lent than The signup for the programs drink-and that is. habit
CAP la about
Squadron. talking
The Miami' News has .;declared (which is simultaneously mission of the Civil Air Petrol Pop Moore h9 H.ii'l, "'That'll the. (average productivity of) la now Ln progress and will you can break once you real 666

_that the private police force must investigating private matrimonial, as to employ vol. the way it lit In farming: a the cropland which would continue through Friday March be you're doing it. One way k

have approval from the State corporate, and other matters) untarily' resources of manpower man han a good crop, the normally be devoted to Ute 3, t -t[ .... In which burping can mani

Cabinet and/or the :Legislature chosen over a public state police and equipment/ in market la. high, and then, jut,

before it is legal and laws are group? If the public agencies are search and rescue to fulfill when he thinks) he la goingto '-'
cited bear this Its role of readiness to make some money It
to out contention. not efficient or adequate, why ..,-
Aside from ,the meet local and national l emergencies suddenly disappears. :f' .
Issue of legality
has Governor Kirk not made suggestions : .
the -
to motivate -
upon which the Attorney to improve them? Someday we suppose, there .:f. ---
America to the
youth _1
General will rule, Gov; Kirk's We do not question the Gover highest ideas of leadershipand will be a method of protecting _

private police force raises many nor's motives. We, too, are against public service, and a planting< of berries from _

other' disturbing questions. So crime organized or unorganized: to further this nation's air what happened last weekend _
far the public Is completely in through but so; far efforts In that direction _
> ; and would like to see our state and, space supremacy .
the dark as to the powers and rid of its blemish. a systematic aerospace' education have not for been perfected 1, -, q
especially prolonged _
the limitations if of this and tralnl'ir program -
any, At the same time, we must periods of cold. We tried using

private vigilante system. Amongthe remember what such private police irrigation for protection _

questions are these: powers could become in the The Starke squadron meets one .year but found out thatit vJ5riLfr

What obligations does a private hands of an ill-advised or un- each the Starke Tuesday at 7 D. m.. In didn't help In cue of a _

citizen have regarding ques- scrupulous Governor should we armory. bad freeze. C _

tions asked by a Wackenhut Investigator ever be so unfortunate as to elect
PRE.REa19TRAT10NIfVDERWAY A freeze not: only runs a
? How can a private
SFJC lot of the berries, but the !
investigator keep secret the one.Hitler conducted privatewar AT
once a growers have the problem of ,
knowledge he obtains during his on "crime" in Germany Educational!: planning andpresellstratlon getting that' fruit picked and _

"public" investigations when that remember? In that case the are now 1>&. discarded! as If it is allowej _

same knowledge might be useful "crime" 'was being a Jew: ingconducted for students to stay on the plants. It will
planning to attend Santa Fe rot and ruin( other fruit. So

Junior' College In the spring! the growers thave to pay to r

R{ The Bradford County Telegraph term. Classes win begin! on have,the bad fruit picked, and e nalsditA

March 29 and conclude June that Is. adding Insult to In-
1 ESTABLISHED 1879E. 14. Jury.
.' e
a ,"n E. L. MATTHEWS.- Editor and Publisher Anyone desiring tJ attend .
ala.u the college tn the .pr1nwterm .All'iln, all, you might lay '

C Florfda'i Oldest Weekly ,NmnjMper, Published\ Contlnously should call or come by the that '"farming, for the blrd."

.tee, ** VmOtr TIle ear* Mast Head. Admission Office, Room 108 and actually, that baa been Three proud fishermen display what look* to be'at leastiepounder
rIOM at the college, for an application true so far tMs, berry season

, Published e. ftr fturdy and entered .a Second ClaM Hatter tit the Poet Off ,form. Final registra as the birds) have gobbled up Fish Were Biting In front of the old Gaiety Theatre ,on Call
tion. Including payment of most of the fruit. Oscar Car- Street. Model T Ford and uniform on Herbert: C. Bitch (at
at SUrke. Florida radar Act of March art 111.
fees. will be held March 27- ter remarked on et early lost right) give. a clue SM to when this> picture was taken. At
Subscription! hi trade ares l 1 year, ....*!.. atia".25 Back Then Too
I 28. The current term at San- week: "The f1r8t'crop we raise left Is Carl Johns, Io. .ttme city clerk. Holder of the flwhIs
OafesM trade arms 1 year $4JM 8 month, |>.SO
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Funeral Services Wins Adele M. Ball, Joint Keystone-Gainesville
I KEYSTONE HILITES For Mrs. TyreIn Keystone Group Mr. HardenberghWed .

pf f Please Phone In By Your Jim Fox Items 473-4118 Jones Chapel Championship Over Hawthorne SaturdayLt. Rebel 3,000 Tournament

Col. Adele M. Ball, U. 8.
Mrs. Belle Carter Tyre, 79.
Air Force, Nurse Corps [Re-
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS Raleigh Zike we felt that of Keystone Heights widow of Keystone won the Group glonal 3C Tournament here tired) and N. Watson Hard-
The Woman's Club of the late:: Isaac Bertha Tyre 10-C championship here Sat- this
this would be a worthy ad- weekend. The Indians enbergh of Keystone Heights To Draw FieldA

Keystone Heights l is happy ution to our column. We died Wednesday Ff b. 22 urday night by defeating will face Bronson and Taylor were united In marriage at 11 Big

c( announce that the Cam- would appreciate the parents: after a sudden illness. She Hawthorne 33-32. will meet Tampa Berkeley a.m. Saturday February 25: In I I

,:..i Card Party was mostcucucssful of boys who are participating was born In LaCrosse on Hewitt led the victorious in the first rounds here Friday Trinity Episcopal Church,

Mrs. Fremont in the vailous mllitaiy pro- May 3 1887. the daughter of Indians with 15 points followed night starting at 7:30 Apalachicola. Rev. Jean strong field of some 250 Is $20. each.Keystone

Tolles and Mrs. Eail Voyles J.amI and training units, to the late William W. and by Moon ,and a. Bro- and 9 p. m. Finals will be Chance of Melrose professional and amateur The novel two-course, two- golfers hired Tip
I golfers forecast for the will doubtless attract for their roles as oo-hoats at
Caroline Kirkland Carter. la city event
co-chairmen for tho party. contact your correspondentwith kas with 11 each. played Saturday night/ startIng. rector of
She was a member of the now TrnityChw'ch. Rebel 3,000 golf tournament, many "rabbits," or unsuccessful the Rebel tournament with aWaslainzton'a
report that there were :21 respect to birthdays Coach Rhoden utilized a at ff.: the .
tables of bridge, canasta and change In addresses, awards First Baptist Church of Key- full court press In the first Score by quarters: minister.Mr. was a link of the FlorUa tour qualifiers for Mi Birthday Silver -
stone Heights. half and the slated for the Keystone ami's Doral Open. which Is tournament last week.
fccrabhle. and achievements [In short ended, up on
Keystone 18 10 10 17-55 Hardenbergh's vest Oolf & Country the that host Mildred Sutton and Mar-
Surviving 'are six daugh- Heights main reason
Winners of the Thursday aU items that will bo of Interest long end of a 28-20 halftime I
Feb. 23 meeting of thu Duplicate to our readers! ters, Mrs. B. O. Halverson of score. He switched to a zone Hawthorne: 13 7 5 7-32 mlliIwa.. his son-in-law Club and Gainesville's Ironwood -: pros Les Stephenson of Key- shall Gallop captured first

Bridge Club were as follows We should all make an effort Gainesville: Mrs. Alfred H defense in the second half Individual statistics: Keystone Richard Standiford, ot Jack- Golf Club this weekend. stone, and Bill Markham of place honors In a mixed twosome -

: 1st plase North and to keep in contact with Bahr Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. and held Hawthorne to only Moon' 5-1-11: S. Bro- sonville. Half the field will play at Ironwood selected Friday and best ball nine-holer,
W. B. Stanley Keystone Mi's. Standiford served as Keystone and half at Ironwood Saturday dates.A but It took the twosome 12
South with 84 points Mr. these young men, who are 12 points, even with generous kas 4-3-11; Osteen 3-2-3: ,
and: Mrs. Fiemont Tolles; I I participating. in military Height: Mrs. Davis Long, substitutions.This Trlest 3-0-6; Hewitt 7-1-19; matron of honor wearing a : on Friday, then reverse "rebel" motif will prevail holes to do It.

2nd place N. and S. with 73' units and programs In aU Ocala] : Mrs. C. Jack Schultz win gives Keystone its Leino 1-0-2; Murrhee 0-2-2; street length dress of pale the procedure on Sat- at both layouts. Officials will I The Sutton-Gallop team

points, Mrs. Robert H. Clare' ;.jaits of the world. When we Jacksonville: and Mrs. Phillip first group championshipand totals 23-9-55. Hawthorne pink: with matching acces- urday. wear rebel caps and each tied with the combine of

and Mrs. H. T. Dent; 1st: Include a birthday date: In J. Leary. Palatka: five sons. a chance at the Regional Ellla 2-1-5; Smith 3-1-7-: sories. Another daughter of Several big-name pros Including hole will be named after Civil I Martha Hayes and Huntley

place East and West with 85 this section please be sure to Irving Roy W., and A. Paul 3C title Hughes 4-1-9; Burton 0-3-3; the bridegroom, Miss Dorothy Pete Cooper of Crystal War .officers or famous bat- Redfearn, both firing best

points, Mr. and Mrs. Ray take note of this and to Include Tyre, all of Keystone Keystone will host the Re- Kite 2-4-8; totals 11-10-32. Hardenbergh, was brides- River and Paul Horne, tlegrounds. Rebel nagS will ball 42s over the regulation

Starnes; 2nd place E. and W.I that person on your Heights Welch W. TYre. Sanford maid wore an aqua. street trick shot artist, will participate I fly from every flagstlck! and nine holes. The two teams

with 76 points Mr. and Mis. mailing list. : : and Park T, Tyre. 'Y YYTYY9YY99Y9Y..y.WIElROSF. I Marie Chapman. Guests at the length dress with matching In what Is expected to contestants' cars will have halved the first and second
Gainesville: one sister. Mrs ;accessories. Both carried cor- be "the biggest tournamentever rebel stickers.In .
with the But
Gordon Adams. We have the address of Lee Game Day included Robert playoff holes,
Ruby Maddox, Interlachen; : I sages of pink roses. run in this area. aU, 16 places will be
The Keystone Duplicate, Sutton, who just recently Lambing, Mrs. Arle Bullock, ton-Gallop team grabbingthe
Club. which is sponsored by enlisted In tne Army: Pvt. 24 grandchnd"en! and nine 'Mrs. Carmen Ammon, Mrs. The bride wore a white lace The tournament Is open to paid in the professional di- title on the third hole, a

the 'Voman'. Club. meets' Harold L. Sutton US 53-701- great grandchildren. Edna Hook Mra. Anna Sharpe street length dress arc: car- professionals and amateurs. vision. There will be four narrow treellned, dogleg par
at 7:30 Funeral services were held By Sally Rothtuuiuner. ried a white prayer book with the latter playing on a flights of amateurs, grouped paired the taxIng -
every Thursday : p. mat 277 Co. A. 11th Bn., 3rd Tng. and Mr. and :Mrs.: C. J. Sweet- five. Oallop
the Masonic! Hall. B e.. U. S. A. T C. 1. Ft. Bt 3 p. m. Saturday in the topped with a white orchid handicap basis. Guaranteedprize according to handicaps. Win 528-yard hole to capturethe

JU. WOMAN'S CLUB I nniiig, Ga., 31005. Platoon First BAr>tl..t Church of Key- tAA aAaa&aaAA.aAa4, man.Refreshments were served She Is a graduate of the money will total $3.000 ners will receive $100 In merchandise "silver" for his team.

The Jr. Woman's Club will 1. stone Heights with Rev. J CHURCH NEWS: by the officers Mrs. Ethel: Danbury, Connecticut Schoolof with $500 set as first place with the prize list Zee Tolles and Bob Hayes
R. Smith and Rev Lawrence The Gainesville District holds B. S. take for the pros. Entry fee ranging down to 6th In,
sponsor a card party at the ::.T. WILLIAM'S CHURCH Weyman, Mrs. Nettle Smith, NursIng. and a place finished one stroke off the

Municipal Building on Tues- This Saturday, March 4,, Carroll officiating. Inter W. S. C. S. Annual District and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Han degree from the University of with a 43, and Pansy

day night March 7th, at 7:3Cp. :bile ladles of St. William's ment was In the family plot meeting: will be held at First son. Maryland. She recently retired Friends Surprise Mrs. Albert Bachmann and Hawes pace and Ray Starnes took

m. Donation will be $1 i Altar Society will sponsor a In Keystone Heights Ceme- Methodist Church, Lake City, President Hanson announcedthat ''after serving 23 years Mrs. Emory Cooper were In fourth In the tourney with a.

per person. Please make your oake sale, In front of the Post ten' with DeWitt C. Jones on Friday Mar. 3. 9:30: A.M. due to the Sliver Tea with the U. S. Air Force Charles OehrigsOn charge of the morning work-

reservations by contacting Office, between the hours of Funeral Home of Keystone I Special speakers include MI'.. meeting on the regular lunch- Nurse Corps AnniversaryFriends shop.
Heights In charge of arrange- Bruce Gray Conference president eon day tthe next luncheon After the the
Mrs. Irvin Trlest. at 473-431. 9 a. m. and 12 noon. I, ceremony Refreshments were servedat
ments. of the W. S. C. S., and meeting will be held on March couple left for week's wed- the 45.KEYSTONE
The Jr. ani: Sr. Woman's SCOUT THINKING DAY a and relatives sur- noon hour by Mrs. Roy
Clubs of Keystone Heightsare Mrs. Edwin Nelson. Scout vyyyyy Rev. J. Parke Renshaw, Missionary 19 at 12:30: in the (Masonic ding trip to Nassau. Upon prised !Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridges, Mrs. William War

paitlclpating as a single Leader of Girl Scout Troop y yyyyyyyyyyyyy to Brazil. Hall. There will be no game their return they will be at Oehrig of Park of the Palmson ren, and Mrs. Fired Abell.
The Union
unit. In the beautlflcation ,21. has 'announced that the Good Friday day In March.pOMMUNITY. home on West Lakeview the occasion of their 50th The president. Mrs. Lonnie

program for Azalea Faik. Recently Keystone Girl Scouts have INDIAN BEACHLake Service(Methodist will be Church.held at Melrose Rev.- CIIURCII Drive In Keystone.Mr. wedding anniversary, Tues Stripling. conducted the

the clubs placed additional been asked to participate In James Fink, Pastor of Eliam The Community Church Hardenbcrjrti!: Is execu- day, Feb. 21. business meeting during HEIGHTS-
trustees will meet March
shrubs in !the park. the March 12th! program ( Sante Fe) Baptist Church will preach. I tive vice president of the Mr. and Mrs. Da via: Harvey which Mrs. Bachmann re-
3 at 7:30:
TEEING OFF! Scout Thinking Day," which p.m. Keystone State Bank.: opened their beautiful new ported on the field tip to
The service will begin at 3:30:
By Mlr.hnH\ 1 II. The general meeting
On Thursday. Feo. 23rd will be held at the Old Fort Chitty PJVI. The Easter Sunrise home on Lake of the Bays In the garden of Mrs. John
Ph. 473-2171 Church Women will be held
members of the Keystone In St. Augustine. The program Union Service will begin at at 7:30: p.m. on March 6 with Clay Electric Park-of-the-Palms for the Kressman In Trenton andMrs. MELROSE

Woman's Golf Association < will start promptly at 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJGreetings 6:30: A.M. at the Melrose Mrs. Helen Corpeno as guest Makes Advance occasion. Guests were greetedat Lena Clemens told of !

participated In the second 2:00: p. m. : This Is your Beach. Rev. Al Steaurt will speaker. Now a teacher at the the door by Mrs. Sam the fine Interest In the! High

play of Christoffer's Trophy The parents of our Girl happy-go-lucky, rolling reporter deliver the meditation. Everyone Junior college in Ocala Mrs. $50,000 PaymentClay Cuthbert. who was In chargeof School Gardeners group

Tournament. In the second Scouts have also been Invited asking; "Have you is invited. Offerings received Corpeno did research for her the guest book. The! rooms which Is sponsored by the BUSINESSDIRECTORY

round of competition, Von- and encouraged to attend heard what your neighbors at these services go. doctorate in the field of political Electric: Cooperative, were decorated with flower Garden Club of the Lakes

cUe! Ketch won her match this program. dlj: this week? to the Melrose\ Emergency Relief -) science at the UniverI Inc. of Keystone Heights has ''arrangements in keeping with with visit to the University

with Billie Danls. Zee Tolles HERB 'N THERE Fund, a fund administeredby stty of Cautemala. made an advance payment of the occasion.A greenhouses and gardens. '
I attended church Sunday I
defeated Fieda Wymin. Fran Last week Mr. and Mrs. the ministers to aid persons CLUB REPRESENTATIVE $30OOO on its ]loans from the beautiful wedding cake Members are reminded

Chessington defeated Lucille John Phillips visited their with ton. It Otis really Melton helped of Hamp-feel- or families who need Charles Donohoe, who was: Rural Electrification AdminIstration graced the center of the dining I that the March meetinadate Auto! Snle & Service

Louise Gallop hus- I my financial aid. In response to the table Is advanced: one week
Starnes, granddaughter and her emergency appointed representative for where Mrs. Ben to
Ings to
get back to
won her match with Fran band, Mr. and Mrs. David DUPLICATE BRIDGE the City attended a meetingof agency's request that its borrowers -, Gordon and Mrs. Richard March 16. Further information SPRING MOTORSComplete
going. After church services
Livingston [default] In con- Sunderland of Ft. Rucker,, Otis down and Duplicate Bridge winners the Clay County Economic help counter Inflationby Schneberger presided. Mrs. will be announced later Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN
came spent
Nation. Mllired Button received last week were 1st place Agency in Green Cove Springson stepping up payments to Fred Hagen and Mrs. Walter
Martha Ala.Mr. Kasln. the day with me, we had a Mrs. Evelyn F. Penrdngroth the U. S. Treasury. Bachman Services Held "If IV For Volkswagen
a bye. and 'I and Mrs. L. E. February 23. It was announced poured punch. *
good the cold
Hayes won over Janice Batts. of Hartford:!, Conn and Day- weather. despite and Mrs Kenneth Hare 2nd that CoY. Kirk has The advance payment is in Out of town guests IncludedDr. For We Have It."

Following the tournament, tona Beach were visiting My 'grandparents Place Mrs. Emery Cooper named Robert Roesch as head addition to regular quarterly and Mrs. Charles] Oehrlgof Dr., Huckert, Always Plenty of Good Used

the ladies met at the home with Mr. and Mrs. EJ Dwyerof Starke.Hubert and also Palma spent Chitty Sunday of : and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. 3rd of the Governor's Office of principal and interest payments Houlton, Maine; Dr. and UF ProfessorDr. I Volkswagens: In Stock

ol MiGay Livingston! / ( Clover Lane last weekend.On I ; Economic Opportunity of the cooperative makesto Mrs. Robert Oehrlg of Syos- riFf.n ('B." II IDrI..... 2X4-9209
afternoon with I Page
us. Continued on next REA. on funds borrowed to
rtam, at Nc' )a',, Point, to Sundaj) evenlnz Mr. This week. we had another which CUBB and Clay County electric sett. Long Island; Mrs. 11 M. Jesse William Huckert: ,
provide service to HBAUTY 81101-
conduct a special busines; ,ind Mrs. Ed Dwyer enter- bad start. Instead of rain, Agency are a part. He will about 23,200 customers. Previously Thompson of Miami; Mr. 69, of Keystone Heights died

meeting and luncheo.i. ujincd their house guests, Mr. we had bitter cold. Accordingto NEWS NOTESBy supervise the anti-poverty pro- the co-op had made I and Mrs.Terman' Lauoer Monday after a sudden Ill- KEYSTONEBEAUTY

The Rebel $3,000 Open :ind Mrs. Kasin, with a din- our thermometer, we had a grams in Florida. advance payments of $145-: Glen Head N. Y.: Mand ness. He was a professor of:

which ties In with the newurmed ner party at their home. low of 24 degrees. All of our Helen Egan I'ERSONALSSympathy 687.39 on Its REA loans. Mrs. John Bress Florham mechanical engineering at SHOP
Florida Winter Guests for this occasion In- lovely flowers is extended to The counter-inflation Park. N. J.; and Mrs. L. the University of Florida,
and fruit tree program Edith: Johnson Owner'
Tour, will be held on March oluded: : Mr. and Mrs. CharleS were damaged severely by the Mrs. Emily Ison of Postmasters -' under which Clay Electric Lanning, Chelmford. Mass. where he had taught for the Personal
3rd and 4th. Tho first day of and Mrs. Village in the sudden deth post five
Mr. Several
Garber unwelcome cold. I hope that EASTERN STAR acted 'Was announced jv friends from Gainesville years. 4 Creative
her Bell
the tournament will be held! Henry Schuber, and Mrs. by the time this is read. it Keystone Heights Chapter of In Hartford.brother Ky., Horace and to Mrs., REA Administrator N. M. also abtendea. IncludingMr. : Dr. Huckert was aa retired Hair Styling

1.1; the Keystone Golf andCouivy Schuber's sister, Mrs. Joseph will have warmed up, so that OES. at its regular meeting Margaret Nelson Clay County Clapp in response to Pre io and! Mrs. Lee Jscxson::: Commander of the U. S. Na- Individual Beauty Can

club with thu final: Marron. Jr. of the fish will start biting on February 21, elected the I I extension agent, on the death dent Johnson's request that Dr. and Mrs. M. Westfall and val Reserve, a veteran of Vvery: Form of Beauty Culture
beln played at Gainesville's N J.Mr.. public and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. O. World War I, a member of
coin The specs were just following; officers for UWT-08: of her father In Green Cove private sectors of I Open Tnea.-Sat. 0-5;
i onwood Gull Club (Pro Bill and RldgeWOOd'l beginning to bed, and: I hope Worthy Matron, Geraldine] Springs. the economy practice self- Warner W seman, and Mr Incense Lodge No, 2, F & A. dosed Monday

Markham, according: to Sjhaeffer and restraint as a of and Mrs. Louts i M. of Vermilllon 8. D.
this doesn't slow them down Jackson! Worthy Patron. Hec Mrs. Daisy Hall, mother of means com Capeci. a KflYlatone ITelrtitfl"" 473-4AIU

Keystonee's Pro, Les Steph- Martha Jane too much. tor Ownbey; Associate Matron Henry Hall, has been hodflta- batting Inflation. member of the American I

enaon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Ma- Last Friday. I received a Paddy Gilrle; Associate Pa- bred In the Gainesville Medical \. ''Mr. Clapp said that bankingwith Garden Club Society of Mechanical Engineers BOATS MOTORS

At the Keystone Golf and Rum and son Christopher very nice l letter from Mr. Don tron, J. Azzle Williams; Secretary Center, and Is improvingat the U. S. Treasury helps the Council of Royal

Country Club, Col. James B. Sean, of Jacksonville: last Fuqua. who Is a Representative Beatrice Schroeder; this writing. reduce the cost of Govern- Of The Lakes and Select Masters of Boston BILL'S MARINESALES

Chesslngton Is the general Sunday. Mrs. Maganti is the in Congress from the Trel\urer. Vera Ownbey; Con- Airs." Robert Ferrell baa beena ment by lowering the amount Holds Workshop and a member of the Community & SERVICE

chairman for the tourna Schaeffer's oldest daughter. ninth district. Among! othnr du stress, Grace Keeth; Associate patient at the Medical Con- of money the Treasury must Chuich of Keystone "The Fun Fleet's In*

ment. Last weekend Mr. and things, he told me that I wa.. Conductress Jose- ter for some time but is borrow 'at this time, and simultaneously Twenty-three members and Heights. He had also taught Chrysler Lone ,Star Boat&

SERVICE MEN'S CORNERAt Mrs. Till Ottlnger and on, an Inspiration to him, and phine Reed; Sentinel Frank greatly Improved and it is reducing inflationary four guests took part In the
the suggestion of Mrs. :Mlchaei\ 01 oa:nesvi'.le: were that when he was feeling depressed Jones. hoped she may be home soon. pressures by taking money workshop conducted by the Ohio State University Service & Part for
out of
visiting at the home of Mr. he thought of me. The Installation Ceremonywill Mrs. Jack Haberstroh was circulation. He said Garden Club of the Lakes the University of Maryland All Outboard)

and Mrs. Frank Ottinger. Bill and it gave! him renewed be held at the Masonic hostess to Circle 2 on Fcb- the program serves to demon- last Thursday in the Community and the University of South Corner Bte. 21 WMelrone.

SCHEDULEOF is a senior at the Universityof strength. I certainly apprec- Temple on March 10 at 8 p.m. urary 20 when 15: members REA strate to the Nation that the Church educational Dakota. ] 475-4851

SERVICES Florida. where he la completing late his interest in me and All members of the chapter, :. and two guests attended. Mrs. loan programs are a building. Surviving Is his widow. :

his undergraduatestudies my work. their family and friends are John. Bird gave the devotional source of cash receipts to the Those attending were divided Feme Carter Huckert. of

PARKof In Management.Eric !Mr. and Mrs. Norman invited to attend this cere program. Guests were Mrs. of Government cash disbursement as well as"objects Into groups to work on Keystone; one daughter. Mrs CONCRETE

Barber and daughters Mi- mony. i Wm. Zander of Farlbault, four categories breakfast. Barbara Kurtzlce of Mon-
the Peterson of Queens It was pointed out that the : Hawthorne Concrete
Village.: N. Y., and hU sister chele and Stacy have moved: Retiring matron the DorothyKoon.s 'Minn., a house guest of Mrs. $50OOO: advance payment fran: luncheon dinner, and buffet -I tvale N. J.; one son John W.
PALMSSUNDAYS Mrs. Charles Kammerer of Into the William Barber' ly elected officers and chal-new- Ruth Ohlaon; and Mrs. Robert Clay Electric come from patronage or patio party. Much, en- Huckert of inftam, Md., & Supply, Inc.
home for a few months. They II Maser, Sr. was Mrs. Haber- thusiasm was shown with three sisters .and eight
Ocala. were weekend guestsof lenged 'them that in assuming strohs guest.Keystoners. capital paid In by thecoops REDI
have sold their home In each grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ray- their respective stations thatit consumer member as group engaged In making I MIX

11:00 A.M.7:30: PJI- nor, at their home on Lake Jacksonville and will live' WBlt one worthy of selflena the fire siren were awakenedby a part of !their electric bills. table arrangements appropriate Funeral services were held CONCRETE
here until they can get a new at midnight i The had been to(. the occasion. at 10:30: a. m. Thursday In
Geneva. service" of the money held by
THURSDAYS ever cognizant
one built We hope that by I' : Saturday. Feb. 25. Fortunately, the After two hours of concen- the chapel of DeWitt C. Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne
co-op as a portion of
and duties of the lie
John Peterson of programs
7:30 P.M. Mrs. minor
only done
that time the Sante : damage was trated Jones 4 1-2932. 2031 ,
old Fe organization. reserve funds for replacementof effort. the result was a Funeral Home at Key-
Houston Texas has recently In a small house trailer atRutledge's
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE sand will have gotten Into Hostesses were MiSs Gertrude plant, and to meet emer- display of 31 beautiful tables. stone with Dr. A. C. Holt of-
returned to home aftervisiting
her Trailer Park Electrical
TEACHING their shoes, 'and they won't Houser Mrs. Martha on gency and other operating Mrs. G. D. Bogue of Palatka. 'ficiating. Committal services Sales &: 8entceYeoman'
with her aunt Mrs. Geneva, where small
want to leave. a needs.. Now Instructor and her assistant, were held at 2 Thurs
Beam, and Mr. and Mrs. Seth it wUl be held by p. m.
AH Services Held In The Bess Grosberg of Inkeview heater became over Electrical
Mrs. C. W. Cuzzourt and Kennedy. heated. the Treasury, and may be u&od Mrs. Duncan commendedeach day at the gravaslde in Hill- .
Drive. Mrs. Peterson here The occupants spentthe
Congenial Atmosphere was her sister Mrs. Seegan of: ANNUAL SILVER TEA by the co-op, if needed. member for the fine crest Memorial Park Cemetery -' Sales & Service
night with
to celebrate the birth- neighbors.Mrs.
Of The Lounge. J Keystone Heights were visitingMr. The Community Church silver handing of the material used. in Gainesville. .
[Continued on next Page] Geneva Chab of Key Frlgldaire ApplUnoM
and Mrs. Owen
Bryant tea will be held at 2 '
p.m. stone Club Estate underwent Maytag Washer
Fort Lauderdale
on a combined -
on Sunday.Mr. on 'Marsh 9 !with Mrs.
in the Gainesville '.
surgery and Motorola TV
business and
and Mrs. W. L. Bunceof McGIave as chairman of hostesses. Medical pleasuretrip.
Center Tuesday. Siegler Heatera
Indian Beach and Mr. and C. C. COOK
Junior hostesses will
Mr. and Mrs. James Conk ;Mr.! and Mrs. Fermn H. I' BUYS! P. .O. Box 166Phon IKeIn
_- Mrs. Bob Wilkerson of Gainesville be members of the KHS home ,
were visiting in Fort Mjers Taylor of Quakerston. Pa.. .,/I't111I
I Have FoundThatJ attended the Heart economics class. Mrs. Frank last week. are old

Fund Dance at the Moose Ilgen will have charge of the (Mr.' and Mrs. Axel Malmgren in Keystone renewing and acquaintances at ParkofthePalms AUTO SALES I NURSERY

AnyKindOfA Club in GainesvUle on Friday guest table flower decorations, spent a
night. and the nursery will be In visiting their niece.CORRECTION associated with Gordon they were e Hlway 100, Kejitona Height .O.C. Carnes Nursery
J Loan Cost Less
"Red" Neal and Mr. Bos- charge of Miss Elaine Lovorn : ''Last week' the
former _
I owner. They are Hlway ItO. Ftorahome
well and Miss Susan Bird.
were fishing Wednes-
_ At This Bank on Telegraph carried an error enroute to St. Peteraburz-: -. 22 Mile* SX: of .Stark
Please call In 66 GMC
lay: evening and caught your reservations which this Pick-Up Short Wheel Base
correspondent Mr. and Mrs.: X.up.. ((Jack) Nursery stock Thousands -
''I thirteen; bass. before March 3 to Mrs. wishes to correct. Mrs. I
John Bird. chairman 473-4709. M.11'YBIshop Crosby and grandson were
_ Mr and Mrs. Richard The guest speaker, is Miss of the Bradford County Keystone recently as guestsof belts back-up lights,, windshield $< f fcg\t\ Trees to choose from. Nice
flow: of Lady Lake [near Senior Citizens Club. was their former
Very true! Whether borrow to ley Thelma Bolton director of crowned Queen of Hearts at neighbor- : washer heater ____________ JLOlJU Shade Trees Evergreens
you visitors .
L:esburgl were Sunday friends. Mrs.\ Olive Stevens &. Landscape Plants. AQ
Foster Memorial.
buy a car or a home, for business, of Mr. and Mrs. John FELLOWSHIP Stephen the Valentine Party on Feb. and :Mrs. Mabel Husbands.< I in containers Plant
CLUB any-
farm, or any personal purpose, it will I floss and family. 14.Rev.. They spent the weekend in I 62 GMC 3-4 Ton Stake RackV6 time. Camellias) & azaleas.
Th Fellowship Club held and Mra. R. E. Rather
prove to your advantage to get your Mr and Mrs. W. E. Kite its monthly Fun-Game Dayon have returned from an extended Jacksonville their John at the home of Very Clean $993 Lit n. do jrooir landscaping
loan heretKEYSTONE! 'ecelved a newspaper from son, Crosby! who I Fhon i-2163 '
rt February 23 in St. Annes visit to Panama and :is Duval County engineer. '

lemy he Sewanee In Tennessee Military, contain-Aca- parish house. !Mrs.\. Henry Costa Rica where :Rev, Rather !Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle 64 CORVAIR MONZA with Air USED CARS _, .

STATE BANK ng an article praising theiron luegge' played for the song engaged In missionary work' recently' called on Mayor and'' Excellent Condition $850 '
feet and several for 19
S Robert for his conduct games were years. I Mrs. Albert Nelson. Rev. R E. I Hanks Used Cars
arranged by Mrs. Rlva Scott
ind commending him on his Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maserof Rather visited the Nelsuna on I BIG CXSIf
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone HeJghta Fla. and Mrs. Ruth Malmgren. : his return from Costa 63 FORDIGALAXJE DISCOUNTT
Fort !Lauderdale vI 1t- Rica
S'ra New member la the past big their son. Edward, Jr.. and Mayor Nelson enjoys visitors M S
"Your Friendly\ Bank fe has also been doing very ,
month .. Mrs. Vera Lambing as he BUY .- -. SELL' TRADBRt.
I w. : family for several we ki.Mr. I keeps abreast of the :
In Your rell on the wrestling team.
Friendly ,Community: Continued on next paitel] ., > Gordon' Baker Mrs.Geurglana and !Mrs. George LaRu Interest and activities of it*I PHONE 473-4936 1 Box 9Oftwy. -

Baker, and Mrs. pent a few days recently! .tn Keystone citizenry. I I, 100 8 StIles ... !Stark!

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THURSDAY, MARCH_. 2=, 1967

Center i in, GainesvIlle dan 0:19: p. m. I '
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmera Confessions: Before Mase INDIAN BEACH- I'
KEYSTONE Slnr on Wednesday and '. O
recently entertained Mr. Sunday
T STARKE PHONE: 961-6200
HIL1TES eral's aunt and uncle, Mi Holy Day Mass- ', a. m. I I $

and Mrs Leo Manley, and KEYSTONI: HEIGHTSI'HONE.4733176Rental
their daughter Hetty Lei -BaptistWorship service : Sundae (From prcoeecllntr Pagel

[From PrcMdinc Pace Manley of Jacksonville Other 11 a. m., 7:30: ( p. m. [tnuraer He Is a freslunan and i is .... ServicesIIOSPI't'A
guests at their dinner part] ). fourth on the team. He CAlled !
day ol anotner aunt Mrs+ Included Mr. and Mrs. VictoiBelnamo open his paienU Saturday nigh I I
Sunday School. ft:45: A. nnursery Elks Unbeaten
Margaret Howe.BIRTIIDAY of Gainesville [ '! open]. Training! Tin and told them that it was a I| Holiday Inn Bantam Boys I [. BEDS, WHEEL CIIAIRS

PARTY Bobbie Turner a recent lon, 6:30: p. m. (nursery' open' !] ,very cold 8 degrees there'l' I I Holds No. 2 Spot Baseball Meet I r In Junior Loop I CRUTCHES
of Mr
steven Aahton son graduate of Central Hairstyling Rev. Lawrence Carroll, with snow on the 1
and Mrs. C. I* Ashton entertained College, wants all! hei pastor. will be coming home +on I Holiday Inn and William: AU Interested parents willing I The Ellen Lodge made it .
friends at a bathdaj; friends to know thin shei\ March. 10th for Spring vac Jewelry met last Friday in i avery to help with the Bantam r five wlna 'In a row by downinga

party held at his home, or' working at Gladys' Beaut] Uon. important contest for+ Boys Baseball program this punchlotm Winkler Electric That's Our Business
Sunday, Feb. 26. Salon.. Mrs. Helen Walker of both. Williams needed the win summer are urged to attend* 60-18 in ,the Junior Luague.! GLASS
Guests who were on hand Gladys Williamson and Melrose Jacksonville was visiting hslstor to tie for 2nd place and the meeting tonight [Thursday There never was any doubtas
to help celebrate: the occasion Bobble Turner attended the ) Mrs. D. W. Carpenter innkeepers needed it to the'' ) at the Stark Recreatloi to the outcome after the "If It's Glass W. liar Jt."

were: Terry Davis Hank, annual Brook's Halrstlyint! over the wekend. Mrs. Carpenter onto undisputed possession! +or I Ii Center at 7':30: p. m. 1st quarter when the Elks CALL WRITE or VISIT
Morgan, Kenny Belote, Lestei. Show In Jacksonville, last visited her daushtei i the No. 2 .pot and to remain led 10-4 and 22-8 at halftime
Steve< [From Preceding; Page] tat !Robby Barkminta set a FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Ketch, Billy Beam, Sunday and Monday Th Mrs! Dave Reid In Jacksonville In contention for place rvvvvnvv.vvvvvvvvvvrHAMPTON
Kelson, and Marjorie, Mark, show was conducted at the place airs' Paley Boyd and on Monday. Holiday Inn came through, 'I scoring mark for the league. We Design Modern Store Trestle
Renee, and Cheryl Young. Robert Meyer Hotel. \Mrs. Edith Larson. 4th place Mr. and Mrs Oscar Prld but not without a small 8C01'e' bagging 32 points, getting 25
Last weekend, Mr. and Mrs'1 Herb Nelson, Jr. flew tc() -Tied Mr. Robert" ClaN gen of Douglas Ga. have purchased i from Williams. The Innkeepers In the 2nd half Keith 1'atray Just Mail Us A Pattern FurTable
Charles McOlave were guest New Orleans last weekend to and Mrs. H T. Dent; Mil, the lot between the ; jumped oft to a 10-1 1st was high. for the loners with >> TopeSHEA'S
at the Florida Lions State visit with his cousin Jim Ma- C. W. Hardey and :Mrs. F. T. Dodsons and Feasters [near quarter lead and even though By' Mr Mary. WWlamsaa.uuuu.auuaaaa 6. Register tightened their

Council of Governors Meeting her, who( is associated with Hogue. the pass] and are down getting Williams outscored the winner ;hold on 2nd place by holding
and Mrs SCHOOL' NEWS ''In the 2nd. and 4th quarters off Southern Discount 2725.
in Ocala. Mr. International H81'v ster'a. the site ready for building + GLASS CO.
McOlave attended the special Richard, Gerry and Olynr: Friday night at 7 P.M.. a In the near future. W'' they were unable to offset N,'w ., tail1uId...... The Oilers led all the way,
the let deficit. Kvelyn The time for the mall truck taking a 19-12 halftime lead. .
side-meeting and dinner ol Mooneyham, Wayne Homer basketball game between the are building uplnto quite >a quarter
last year's council, of which: and Kenny Hall attended the male faculty and high schoolboys little neighborhood.Mr. Sinclair paced 'Holiday to victory to leave Hampton In the morning Lonnie Olive led Registerwith 1313 NW.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. )Phone FK2-+3S3"J
with 18 while has been changed fuel 9 points as IlhymepHowell :
points, .
member and a game between the
McOlavewas '
Mr. a races (Daytona 500] in Day- and Mrs. James Klnchns -
al female faculty and high schoolgirls Jane Crosby added 8. Cheryl 10:10 to 9:13.: You now will paced Discount
The distinguished speaker tona Beach, last weekend.IS1i1J' and sons were down i a '
wUl take Godwin. Sharon Howell, and have to mall an hour earlier 12. ..
place sponaol'udbY ,,
this meeting was Immediate I the Junior Class. The JunIor few days the first of the< Pum Perry had. 5 each. for. There: will be no change i in Standings: Elks GoO, Regis- .., ." __
Past President of Lions In week, and again on the -weekend '
Walter j Class is raining funds tor the loners./ the 5 o'clock mail loaving.. ter 3-1, Discount 2-3, Chamber -
ternational, Dr. working on the hddltioi of Commerce 1-4 and
the Prom. 7Sc for adults, Mc The schedule has been altered YWA'a Forn' Week
i Campbell of Miami who It to their house. They havibeen Winkler Electric 15.
for students some so that a doubleheader Tho 'week of February 19-23
ooth a dentist and teacher. _tnterdemonlnationalCommunity SCOUT NEWS busy putting up sheet will be played this was observed by the Young; Schedule: .Friday, Mar.: 3,
D. A. [Tony] Baker has recently CSiurch -. Dr Boy Scouts of Troop t09! rock and paneUng. Like everyone week on Thursday and Friday Women's Auxiliary of the Chamber of Commerce vs

completed A\ time A. C. Host, mlndatiw: Mn, had a campout 'last Saturd&j. else, they want to get+ afternoon in the BHS gym. Hampton Baptist Church.: On Register! Oil, 8 p.m. Elks
study course for Industrial their building done before: Lodge rs Southern Discount,
March Wednesday night servIce
George Cancw, organtat+ and Sunday ArM It was i a Schedule: Thursday prayer
engineers, which was offeredby Sunday School 9:30 a. m real cold night but the boy; Summer gets here. 2Holiday Inn vs Starkeullder's the girls presented a play; 9 pm.
the Johns-Maiivllla Company Morning Woradlp, 11 ft. mNursery had wonderful/ time, some Mrs. E. D. Knighton +of Supply, 4 p. m. Con snUtled "He meant Me", Those
In Manvllle, N. J This+ ( open both hours. ] even went on a five mile hike Jacksonville, and her broth ner vs Williams 3 p.1I1. participating were: Virginia ,
was a four-week course offered The scouts camped on Claude er-ln-law and wife of Pen Friday March,, 3- Williams and Brenda Brown., Carolyn

to selected repiesenta* Preab't'terfa"' Martin's land. (Mr \Martin, an- I nsylvanla.! were visiting Mrs VR Btavke Builder's. 4 p. m. Kennan, Wendy Hill, Donna RUUD,
tires of the branch offices of Faith Presbyterian. ChupcfiRiw slstant scoutmaster camped T. L. Norwood on Wednes1 i Holiday Inn vs Conner, 5 p. m. Flhoilen, Rosalie McKinney and !
Johns-Manville. J. R. Neale Ji tninft with the scouts Boy Scout day. Mr. Knighton Is MM. .' Standings: Statke Builder's,, Jo Ann Hicks the YWA di I DOES
Last week, Mrs. Bakes: .t V. W. A Wtllara, organist participating were DUly: Norwood's sister. 'I., B-0; Holiday Inn 4-2.: Williams rector. Debbie Hill .assisted GAS LINED
[Joy met her husband in : Mrs. Carl Swisher Schoeneman, Jim and Donald; Visitors of the O. W. EM: 2-4; and, Conner 0-6. In the presentation.On 10 YEAR WARRANTYGas i '
Newark, N. J., and from there summer organist.: Martin, Culls Morris, HaKlsenacher family over the veeken< Friday night of this THIS(

they traveled to( New York Sunday, School, 9:44" *. m. Bobby Lanier, were: their son Kearns, of: Andrews Koch's Bpeclu.1: 'week the girls and I
City for a short vacation. A Morning Was iip. 11 a. m Mike Mills, Ralph Florer, Cur Tampa; their daughter Re their dates met at. the church I DESK)

special feature of this trip Sunday.;! (Nursery open both Courtney, Chip and Chris Pop Kina Hall and great-grand- .Tied For Second with Larry Brown-wnd :2 stu-
included their viewing of the hours. pell, Ronny Price, and Ton on Chris Carver of Savannah tents from Orange Park forn I COST, "
Broadway play, "Sweet Char my Whitton. da.. and their granddaughter I Andrews Drugs had their program of folk muslo and Water HeaterI
ity." -Epl..con*! Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Arnold Joan Quinn, who offense rolling last Saturday entertainment. Mr. Brown gave
On Tuesday and Wednes- St. Aimve'a Rer. *T. W went last Sunday for a vial Is a 2nd Lt. in the Army. : and downed Koch'a Drugs 33- a challenging: devotional talk. I .$250

day of this week, Mrs. 'Dan WocsbaU, vtcar; R. O. Cope- with Mrs. Arnold's mothur, Betty Griffin, of GrIffin ,,24, to itle for 2nd place in The young people then enjoyed \

Pater and Mr*. Margaret Hall Muvd, organist. Mrs.: J. W. Doughtry of Bout Lodge, reports that even ,the Bantam League ( a huyrlda and cook out You can own r
visited with Mrs: Hall's Morning Prayer and Sermon wick. Mrs. Arnold's sister and though the weather waifieezlng. Andrews, behind the shootIng it the lake home of Mr. and ,

brother and sister-in-law) Dr. 2nd and 4th 6unda.y family, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. : all of their cabin: of Ken Graudon and Ricky Mra. J. L. Dykes on Santa ag :' on endless NO tOUR !

and Mrs. E. p. Gannon, of 9:30: ... m. [ntors cy open.)) Comer of Los Angeles, C-iiil. were full, and a few brave I Bennett, got off to a 14-8 Fo. Hamburgers and all the+ i I i ,
West Palm Beach. Holy Eucharist and, sernum flow down for a week's staj souls made It out to filth i a halftime lead, holding Koch'a: trlniings with drinks were I'' supply of hot

Mrs. J. W. Stran e, for- 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9r38 A and plan to attend a reunlo, little. The fish were scattered scoreless in the 1st period. icrverl.rernonalrt. I
mer of Eustis, is presently M. [nursery open]. Chord.. at Mrs. Doughtry's home next i but Gerald Nash and Kent Graudon led Anch'ewswith : : I ) water for only :
Airs. J. F. Johnson and Carl
occupying the borne of Mrs. school 9:30: A. M. "Huly Euohariat Sunday.The I party of Atlanta got 8 bass or 16 points while David pennies with $11O
'* Blue and Gold Banquet ,- Alvarea vas, high: for Koch'a: Dennison loft last week to+ ,
A. A. Brainerd. Mrs. Strange 8 a m. each Sunday. Saturday afternoon I several In Ft. PRICE IS ONLY
la a. cousin of Mrs. David Nelson Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M Was held last Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morrli with IS. had upend Myers with Mrs.Merle days\ Single I q''r.... economicalSl.ule
[Khiva.] each. Sunday. ETC 63:: f. M. night at Lake Swan Youth were visiting. Mrs. Bertha League-leading Carp'a '
Alfred D. Huff each Sunday. Camp. Invocation *was given Ellis In Crystal River over a fight on their hands with ton. ; ins: When you select a desk in the Marnay Qr..
Lt. and Mrs. and. Mrs, I
just Mrs. T. F. Brown
Gem they
Specla Jewelry aa
Huff's Daily. offices of Morning by Rev. James Fink. weekend They helped her 1 desk, will have
are visiting with Mr!! Included Rev. and Mrs the squeezed by 2322. Carp's led Gertrude Slade spent Monday; I Budget Series, your --
and Evening Prayer 8:00: A. apartment ,
mother, Mrs. Florence Forth. move Into a new
in Ocala
not Wednesday '
James Fink and baby son, all ifha way, but morethan through
Lt. and Mrs. >Huff were recently M. and 5:00: P. M. and celebrated Mr. Morris Lois and '
Dr. and Mrs Phil Parsons c if to go two points at anytime. with Mrs. Hughes 2.91 1. Baked enamel finish
stationed in Indian birthday They planned The by quarters were+ Mrs. Thclma Mllllken.
-Lutheran Keystone Heights and the patents score ', Per Month\
Head, Md. On March 24th Lt. Lutheran Church of Keystone of the Cub Pack Trocj mullet fishing but wen 3-2. 11-9, 17.16, and 2:'- 3. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Grlfflr 2. Chrome plated square leg .

Huff will report to a military Heights: Vicar Richard 109, Dens 1, 2, and 3. frozen out. Bernard Brown was high and Phyllis ,were visiting and You Can I'ay ThN Out 3. Full suspension file drawers
'. base in Alabama for two Meyer, minister; R. G. Copeland Following ''the covered die Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strand pointer for Carp's with 10 shopping' in Jacksonville and I I Of Your Savings; When I 4. The newest functional stylingand
month's training prior to his Dr berg and son Gregory wen polnu, bUt'Gray,Flynn orl Gem GulnosvUlu. over the weekend
guest speaker ; in
organist.: supper Mrs. C. You Ue Slade I aoJ.: I beautyou'd expect only
tour of duty In Germany. Divine worship! Sunday 11 Phil Parsons, neighbor-hoot visiting his mother, Jewelry had game honorll with? :Mr. and Mrs. Homer Page
Mrs. Huff will remain with interesting C. Strandberg on Saturday 19. at, Doctors Inlet were visiting much higher priced desks
commissioner a most ,
a. m. Holy Communion 2nd gave f, i rovt DESIGNS wr!
her mother, until she Is able Sunday of each/ month. talk on. the importance Mrs. S. B. Butler Sr, wh Standings! : Carp's 5-1. An their Kon-ln-law and daughter,, Slade Gas : And the satisfaction of real savings.

to join her husband in Ger Services held each Sundayat of what scouting mean: has been a guest of Mrs draws 3-3, Koch's: 3-3. and 4r, and Mrs. P. L. Estes on If you're opening a new office or EV.ARNAYSIGMOHE

many. St. Anne's Episcopal] to a young boy. Scoutmautei Strandberg this week, returned Oem Jewelry 1-5. Saturday. : fresh
old new
the one a ap
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bishop Church. Keystone 'ieights, of Troop 109, Art Wherfer and to Jacksonville with them, Schedule: Friday March 1 3 (Mr. and :Mra. Don McMahon & Appliances giving
atended a banquet and dance, Fla. I three of his scouts was pro and will visit her daughter Andrews vs Carp's, 6 p.m. and family of Daytona Beach I pearance come in, see for yourself.

at the Mayflower Hotel in ent. Mr. Wheeler congratu I Mrs. T. B. Thompton: Xoi Koch'a vs Gem, 7 p.m. were visiting Mrs. Mary Wat- I I
JacksonvUle last Saturday --CatholicSt.: lated the leaders of the Cut awhile. teuton and Mrs. Myrtle Wat- 332 W. MADISON\ Bradford County TELEGRAPH

evening. William's -Fr. EdwardA. Pack and parents on :the success Joan Miller celebrated her Jackson Builders Orson over tho weekend. They ,.
Mrs. Bishop [Mary reports Kirby., priest In charge. of the cub pack. Gilbert birthday on the 22, by having all+ were the dinner guest otVIr.
that her husband. Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist. Reed, chairman of Troop; i refreshments for her Up Total Score and Mrs. Fredrick'Walter-

Gene Is Improving well after Sunday Mass -11:30: a. m. 109 Cub Pack, passed out classmates at school. Mr. an< ion in Starke on Sunday.We .
undergoing skin grafting and Wednesday Mass -$ p. m. awards to Steve Allen-Der. Mrs. Jack Miller and chlldrer Jackson. Building Supplies are glad to report that

plastic surgery recently at Monday Miraculous. Me- 1, Larry Varnes Den 1 1, spent the weekend at Suwannee added to thelij>> total running fro, Dolly Jo WlUloms was+ IT'S ILLEGAL
the J. HJllls Miller Medical dal Novena, 7 p. n. Inquiry Guy Levine Den 2, Danny visiting Mr. and Mrs score by downing Denmark able to come home from the
Sapp Den 2, Benny Sap) Buz Porter. Furniture 24-8, Monday, at the hospital last Sunday.Mr. I
Den 2, Greg Brumbaugh- Retha Blackburn of Raleigh High School gym. The game and !Mrs. Harry Manning

Den 2. Best Table decoration N. C. was a Thursdaj: was never close, as Jackson had as their Saturday
STARKE NURSING HOME was given ''to Den 2. Den 2al 2 night guest of Mr. and Mrs held'at 12-2 halftime lead. night guest Mr.' and Mrs. M.
o won being the Best D*" Pete Barton. Denmark couldn't quite find L. Turner from Jay For Any Person or Persons Engage i in

S. COLLEY ROAD of the month. Den mothers In closing this week, !r the basket, scoring only two 1 Buford Parker has finished ,,
808 I of Den 2 are (Mrs. Ray Brunv would like to make another points in the first half and six I his training and reported to

Phone 969-4271 Starke, Fla. laugh and assistant MM. Eugene friendly suggestion. Load in the second. fort Hood, Texas on February Business Under; Fictitious Name Unless
I Sapp. your' family. up, and visit the DIanne! Bennett led Jackson 23.' Eugene Waldron is now
Mrs. Joseph Williams called, church of faith Thli with 11 points/ while Shirley stationed in Viet Mam.
1. We tune complete nursing service for adults of I, me the other day and informed week, we are going to hear Johns scored all of Denmark's, Mrs. Bessie Warren entered The l Name Is Registered

all aN.! me .!that\ H. Wahlqulvt from the serious side of Oil getting 8 points. the Bradford County Hospital
bad passed away last Thursday ; Schedule: Monday, March Sunday for treatment.

2. We have B.N.a and UFJT on duty 74< house I in Seattle Wash. where* LeonLEEON'S CORNER 8 --Jackson vs Denmark, 7 p. Mn. Reside Hancock anil .
he resided. Mr. Wahlqutst was; Mrs. Stella Brown were vlalt-. '
"The m.
a *y.S. I formally of (Molrose and lived war, the war, that dreadful Ing in Palatka on' Monday. Read This Florida Law
I on Quail Street. Miss Sue Briard of Mata-
Six Games Set
We have our own X-ray and< laboratory" (Mr. I Friends of Mrs. C P. Berk- war, moron; Penn. Is visiting hell
friends away
lames Moacrlef !.. our full Mine llrenMd. technician leman will be glad to heal It's And: taking If their my lucky, so very For This Friday grand parents Mr. and' :Mrs "It shall he unlawful for any penoa or ywreono.. aa .tIaM au'ela' M

). she is home after a anorl lucky !Martine' Mosher for a couple in business[ aa herein defined under a fictitious name as herein. defined
of monthsGAME engage
stay in the Bradford County Friday March 3, see
I Ho pltal. We wiah, her s They may return some day games played In the BHS gym without and unless... fictitious name hall be registered with the

4. We are licensed! for 60 beds by the State!' Boardof I I speedy recover. I: sit at, home In my wheelchair starting at 4 p. m. The Powder COMMISSION lerk of the circuit court of the a ceunty. where. the priaelal place of .".......

Health Llcenite No. 2. Mrs Glora Martin and son It would Puff Girls League will play a PUBLIC MEETING with clerk aforesaid. .*.
Chuck of Deland are spending And I wonder how double-header starting at 4 p. _.. wit* registration shall consist of filing the an '

5. We have a modem, fireproof. bunding with central I several days with her parents,, be.instead of them going off m. and S p. m.., then the Bantam A public meeting of the Cdarft signed ,by all interested persons, elating under. oath the name ..QH

alr-coadltioaer ,and heat. Mr.' and (Mrs. Howard llorrti If to boys at 6 and 7 p. m. and Dame & Fresh Water Flail thoM interested In the bavines enterprise. the extent ef the .interest
and family. war. the Junior Bays at 8 and 9. Commission; will be held a4B
It happened to be me. of each, and the fictitious name under which sold business. bi carried e
Mr. and Mrs. George Wodey Admission to free, so 'come p. m. Wednesday March
8. "'e are within two. blocks of the Bradford County Jr. were home recently for aYIsIt I would like to go and help out and watch the future stars IS, in the courthouse atGainesville. en. Said registration may not-be made until the person or persons desiring

H o.pUnl.. with their parents and Or for at awhile.least that's what I be of BUS sponsored by the Purpose of the to engage In business under fictitious name ahaO harm advertised hi* or .
frlenda. Elsie Jane has stayed Department meeting Is to give sportsmen
Recreation -
Parks Park tc
for a longer visit with her lieve. to their intention to register said fictitious[ name at least. once a week for'four .
SUike. tn opportunity' express
3. We have a au. staff ef Doctor: serving titeUome. parent ('Mr, and Mrs Frank But' then Z guess like all the : of their opinions on various (4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper mm defined by law In the eonty a

France while George reported Shortly rest. I'd be ready to leave. Church LeagueTo wildlife subjects and !game .where said registration Is to, be made, and raid regfartratieit sha9 sot bo
back at Base an allsl8"nment .
8. Wt are Y.A. approved. in Greenland.Mr. They' fight all day in the Organize' department slmlllar regulations.A meeting will beheld accepted by. the clerk of the circuit court except. upon receiving preen o4

and Mrs. Harold Aah- jungle. at 8 p. m. Friday March such publication. :
home aftor And some times in to( the
9. We are approved, by the Stale Welfare Agency. ley have returned An organizational meetingto 17, in the Peninsula Life i
Beach: night.
leveral days in Daytona: formulate) plans for a slow Building, Jacksonville and on
While there they attended the' They're fighting to help their pitch, Softball Church League the same date and time at If engaged in business under namei

1.'e are apfinmxl under Medlfare.s Daytona International Speed allies believe Is will be held Monday night, the courthouse in Lake City.' you are any
For a cause they
way races. March 13. at the Starke Rec- Individual sportsmen, members -
large enough to give all aiming services :Mrs. PaKcall Carr Brenda) right. recatlon Center, Any Church of conservation organIzations have had this
11. We are ",rid children Lenord Dena And yet there are those people other than your own and not name
to team in
that an adult may need, but nntdl enough and Derrick of Douglanvllle, desiring enter a students, public officials ,

t. provide a family atmosphere. Oa. returned Sunday after a hat tell their friends they this proposed league' It urged and Interested public

two weeks visit. with: her believe to'' attend. it t large are cordially Invited properly advertised and registered we will he :
and J. H.cauire. U. has to to; attend one or more of ,
12. Sir. i. U. Moncrief U In charge of complete laboratory parents. Mr. Mrs. The S. no reason
and X-ray facUUIe Laboratory No. G-: &. : 1 help Men's City League these meetings.

Sunday evening the Youth i And they should pack up and glad to give all Information as to :
With Title 6 Chil Rights Law you necessary
We Comply Fellowship ot the Zaiam Baptist leave. i Softball,MeetingAn CAIU: ) OF TIIVMKS
Church met and had a 80 I guess until that ctorious;'! .
CALL, WRITE OR COME BY vonderful time at{ the home day organizational meeting to Wa wish to express our slneere what should do.BRADFORD

AND VISIT WITH' US. ot, :JUr. and Airs. 'lltcGulre.ray AU :I can do Is hope and pray.) formulate] plans for the 1967 heartfelt thanks to all you .
That some day soon "*nd for- low pitch softball reason( Is hoa e"who were so thoughtful
Lawton B. Thomas, OwnerAdministratorMrs. : ever cheduled l 'for Tuesday night cl us during the lose of our :
Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. AdministratorWE more arch 7. at 7:30: p. m. In the beloved mother. For the food, .
write. Come In and end to that
;yon There will be an
cards and words of
Itarkff :Recreation: Center. AU'men fl lowers, .
COMPLY WITH TITLE VI TIlE: RIGHT POINT for the dreadful war. planning to participate in annotation. "stay Cod bleu

elect your favorite EMTEIt-: the league this or. urged: each one. The family of :Mrs ;
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones TEI.EO.a.&PB. pea. CtUled Ad la the T&XaV: to .attend. Plans are to begin .uby C. r1IlckffIW. L

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TflVRSDAY.MAUCIt.1967' :

and I '.. ....".. .... ... ..... .. ........d... d. d'.. d..." ..... ...,, Hall 3:15.: Chancel Choir re; week Prayer Service, 7:00: p. BROOKER BAPTIST Service. I p. IlL 1v! lIdrtll
FT9Y9TTTYTTTTYTTTTTTTT son. Mrs. Pat Springier i John- 10 a. m, Worship. 7 p. m. Midirtekctervioe.
hearsal. 7:30.: m. Wednesday. -Troy Sunday School
and ,
children of Jacksonville 1:30
Wednesday. : p.
i iJ ion pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. ox. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby T1 ; D. 1. RaIUdt: Pa .
Bayless Hiway FIRST BAPTIST (CHURCH Training Union. 6:30 p. m. .
and children of Starke. BAYLESS; H-0'--
.', \ STARKE Evening Worship, '7:3i: Prayer tor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. demons
Sunday-Brotherhood SAeet- BAPTIST C1IU2CH Wednesday, 7:30.:
: visiting in Jacksonville BETI1EL BAPTIST
B y Mr. O. E. Crosby were A and Breakfast 7:30: a.nr. Sunday Sunday School 10 a m
Sunday. School 10 8. m.
School 9:45.: looming: Sunday
1Y"f'Y".TYYTT..TTT9'the 11 m
Morning Worship a.
I We want to welcome Mrs. __ l lI MADISON STREET Worship 11 a. m Evangelist' I Training Union. 6 p. m. I DEDAN BAPTISTSunday : roker, ] Morning Worship, 11 .. m.

W. M. U. Brother. R. Frances crews and children! to ', BAPTIST CHURCH Clift Brannon guest speaks1 Evening Service, 7 p. m. School 1:0.: .. m, Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
A.'s and O A'B met at the Bayless Hlway., I Training Union. 6:15.: Evening Everyone welcome. -Rev.M.. Morning Worship! 11 a. m Prayer Meeting.' 7:30: p. n.

church Monday night The Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Mede- ) Sunday Sunday School Worship 7:30.: David Medeiros pastor. Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening Wednesday. Rev. W. LNewmens

WMU made' plans for the iras of Gainesville were guestsof tJ. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, IMonday Week of Prayerfor Service. 8 p. m. Rev. pastor.NORTIISIDE .

Week of Prayer which will be his parents Rev and J. i 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice Home 'Missions, 9:30 a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN Lacy Conway pastor.

observed next week. The O Mrs. Dave Medeiras Sunday.Mr. 2 ._,._ _f_ 4:43: : Training Union. Youth Choir practice; Bible CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST

A's studied their Mission and Mrs. O. E. Crosby i 8:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, Survey Class 1 p.m. Sunday School -9:45: a. m. CIIVRCH OF GOD Located on vayuwaOgh-

Book. The Brotherhood made were visiting their son and _ _. 7:15.: : Evening Worship, 7:30.: Tuesday Week of Prayer Morning Worship: 10:45: a. 422 N. 3D Clair St., Btartce. way (SR 2231 at RaUord Road

plans for the Spring Revival. daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. .,',. Wednesday Prayer and program and covered dish m. Christian Service Hour, Sunday School. 10 a. m. [SR 16]. Services: Sunday

A good crowd attendedWe O. S. Crosby in Gainesville :T Praise Service 7:30.: Church luncheon 12 noon. Guest 6:30: p. in.Wednesday'. Worship Services '.1 a, m. and School, 10 a. m. Sunday

extend our sympathy to Sa turda/!/'. Choir practice 8:30.: speaker Mills Ru'h Bagwell. Youtn Choir '7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Morning Worship. 11 a. m,

Mis. China Faulkner and family Mrs. Beulah Kelly and son. Southern Marine Wins Award Thursday Auxiliariesmeet Sunbeams, Junior Choir prac Practice 3:30: p. m. Fellow- 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting.Friday Training Union 6:30: p. m.

in the death of her son. H. B. were In Jacksonville I 3:30: p. m Visitation tics Intermediate: GA, 3:30.: ship Supper, 6:30 p. m. Mid- 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. SWllliama Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek -

Nekton] who passed away at Thursday.* been plettsd. to 7:30.Rev.' : Junior CIA meeting 4:30.: Dea week Bible Study 7:15: p. m. pastor. Prayer Service Wednesday

Lakeland last week. Mrs. J M Raulersou and Southern IMarlrm of "Starke Inc. has Felder Rowan Pastor. con's Meeting, 7 p.m.WednesdaySunday. Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: p FIRST PRESBYTERIAN '7:30.Rev.: Glen Law.

Mr and Mrs. Joe Sapp and sons of Gainesville were visitIng I'membership. In the Kvlnrmle: Motor Sll\er K.' Club In School m. Sunday School. 9:45:<< .. m. hon. pastor.CALVARY .

children of Jacksonville were Mr and Mrs. M. L Conner recognition. ( of biiMlneHH.. ;; iwhloemeut anil e\|..-rt .wrvlee to FIRST METHODIST Officers and Teachers Meeting Morning Worship 11 a. m

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Beulah Kelly and boatmen In the area. Lynn Hamilton (left). "Southern Marine CHURCH I 6 p.m. Week of Prayer LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Youth Fellowship 6 p. m BAPTIST

Jerry Dyal and family Sun- Mrs. Billy Joyner: Saturday.Mr. prtwldent. fc. pictured receiving the award from Carl S. Sunday Church School program, 7 p.m. Church Choir CHURCH Choir Practice Thursday 7:30: Sunday School 10 a. o.

day, and Mrs. Homer Stearns Gf-rmuln, Kvlnnnte sale manager during the l'ef"entlIaml! 9:43 Worship,! practice. 8 p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning Worship. 11.. m.
Morning m.
: a. m. P.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. of Tavares spent the weekend Hoat S..ow.NEWS 11' a. m. Wesleyan MYF Sub- Thursday Week of Pray. Morning Worship 11 a. in.. Training Union. 0:30: p. ...

and Mrs. L. A. Crosby 'Were with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- District Council 1st Church er program. 9:30: a.m. Lorena Evening Worship 8 p. m.: KINGSLEY LAKE Evening Service 7:30.: Praytt
will meet Immediately
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby man and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lake City. 2:30: p. m. Snack Epperson Circle afterward. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCtt Msetliig Wednesday 7:10: p.

and children of Brunswick. Norman. OF INTEREST TO COLORED j Supper for MYF.' 6 p. rnMY7' Friday, March; 10 -- Weekof 8 p. in.: Sing each Friday at Sunday &:hoel. 10 a. m. m. -Rev. R. H. Butter pastor.
Oa.. Mrs. Fred Broadwell and 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey lAne. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
meetings, 6:30: p. m. Prayer program. 9:30: am. AIRPARIW BAPTIST
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY castor. Training Union 6:30: p. m
Evening Worship., '7:30
W. A. Hogan, pastor Sunday School. t:45: a. ...
Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer -
r A Clanaifled Ad In the TELE- Monday Girl Scouts- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Morning Worship, 11 a. at..
meet In Fellowship Hall:, 3:15.: Meeting Wednesday. 7:30.
GRAIbrlng. re..ult.. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST CI1VRCK Evening Service, 7'SO: p. wC
and A. Williams -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor.
for the winners, Commission on Education, 7
RECREATION! I I BAPTIST CHURCH 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Prayer Meeting Wedneeedhn
for the
GETTING UP In City League action last had 12 points p. m. Official Board meeting Sunday Services Sunday services: Uunday School 10 a. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1::30 p. m. Training Union.

Merle Furniture Saturday morning: the senior I losers.In the second game. the Celtics 8 Tunesday p. m. WSCS Execu- School, 10 a. m. Worship m. Preaching 11 a. m. Training Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday. 7:33: p. m. -.Rev. B. I*
SSfSf": -
NIGHTS Celtics defeated the Senior Evening m; Morning Worship and
defeated the Hawks 42-: Hour, 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:15: p. m. Griffin
tive In
Committee meeting pastor.
Alter 3..common Kidney or Bladder TifvjrttaktonB Dragons( by a wore of 39. B. Williams led the win.- Union B p. m. Evening Wor Worship 7 p. in. Everyone Communion Service 11 a. mFvenlng .
... and Modem Ladles Bible 9:30
aitwi ooour mar maka you Spanish Classroom. :
*>n*. and ncrvou* from too frequent 15-10. High score winners ners with 26 points, while J. ship. 7 P. m. GA Tuesday 4<< welcome. Elder T. C. William services 6:30. HOPE' BAPTIST CrIURCMHlfhway
9..M.... Soul. d.y and"" night.. eeoondrlly Contemporary Traditional ,were Eddy Bradley with 8 a. m. WSCS business and Wednesday Worship servIce -
rou may Io.w>le.p*nd ..."...troIQ7teuil..chmi. Provincial Colonial) Pelhum had 14 for the loners. meeting In Sanctuary p. m. Mld-Week: Prayer Serv- *. pastor. ( 100 at Theresa*]
Baokaoh and feel old. Interiors Vlc-tos
CTSTBXuualtr 10 .
prm.wcl.l In woti Irritation. By 8 the loaers. a. as.Wednesday LAURA BAPTIST
briny fit MlMlng comfort byurblnf for ball team traveled to Mac- David Medeiros. pastor.. :Bell. Morning Worship 11 ...'
Kt. 21 to Park high
Orange :
Irritating Krma in tronc. act lattrin In the senior the Primary,
games of Sunday School. flo: : a m
and by .uialaeala. vain' rellsf... G5 clenny Wednesday night I
School turn right to 17. .Junior and PINE LEVEL BAPTIST m.
... :Hawks defeated the Dragons Youth Choir HCIUBRONN BAPTISTSunday
list 5M 11
< Training :
Jacksonville 284-9331. 31-25. Joseph Alston woe highJACKSONVILLE Practice, 3:15.: Prayer MeetIng Sunday School 10 a. m -
Baker County boys 53-33. B. School 6:45: a. t Evening; Worship, 7:30: p. m

Williams led ''the scoring with 7pm. Morning Worship 11 a, *a.Training Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a. m m 7:15
=-==: .. Thursday Den 4 Cub Pre-Servlces 1 Booster Band: Evening Worship -
p::::':-- --'- .. 1 f -'-'- ;. .- : ,-,-- : 18 points while K. Young wan Scouts met In Fellowship' Union. 4:30: p. m. 7:2)0::)( p. m.- I next with 11. Evening; Service. '1::30.: Mid pastor. Young People and Fray* Wednesday Night PrajM.

Reno Recreation will play
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 ;;s'"vlli'- y Club Saturday -

I I Right, March 11, In the Tn ret: Estate of .
RJE at 7:30.: KIZZIR': MrWTIiMAMCI.' Dc,'.
Starke Recreation Depart- All creditor or the ornate of An investment In Your FutureATTEmm

APPLIANCES BEAUTY ACADEMY OPTICIAN. I ment will hold Its first Invitational Klzilfl MeWllllamn, d.r.A>e<1,
arc hereby:! notiriod. and .re.
Basketball Tourna- quired to file any claim or.
American I ment, March 17-18' with 8, demand. which they may have1I..ln.t
Appliances Color TV Bald estate In the of- Cfl (fl
teams pa.rtlcipa.tlng.CIIUKCII
fl.'e 01 the county Jadg of
Hairstyling :NEWS Bradford County. Florida. In the
Stereo Magnavox The Church of God in Christ. uoiirthotiMt at Starke, Florida,
Academy OfESSONAL OPTICAL within nix calendar. month
Elder D. R. Williams pastor from the date of the first.
Zenith Motorola( :n w. MONROE S and congregation have been publication of thle notice. Bach
JACKSONVILLE3559591Riverzide: Prescriptions Pilled claim or demand moot. be In
_- Broken Lenses Duplicated invited to render services at writing- and must .tat. the
S St. James AME Church In plnce or realdonce. anti -
General Electric Artificial Eyes office address of the poat-I
S Eyewear Specialists Lake Butler on Friday. March and be sworn to "
Hairstyling 213 Laura St. Jax 366-8383' 3, at 7:30: p.m. All membersare claimant.t.th agent, or :r.; at
To Get A Good Deal. At- asked, It will I become void'
to please accompanythe
1034 Park St. Jax. 334-3618 ,r.lnr.! I law.
Academy pastor to Lake Butler. Fxbruary 2th.() 1987. I "
F. O. rfJ.no. : of the Estate of ... .
JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 The Official Call and Program Klsilv McWIUamn.' lke<..a.*d R., ; ,
-. Accredited of the District Con- THOMAS A PIERCE; I "" ,t
n.Pa IM i oi- .
4 Jo.1-5/ North. Temple' A...
JacksonvilleAppliances Qualified Instructors Commercial and Portrait ference of the Lake City District rttarke, Florida I t. .

Modern Styling Photography will be held March 910at Flrnt imbllcatlun on 23rd .day ; '1'<
A\IK: Church of February A. D. 1967, \ 4
Monthly Classes. Frames &: Custom Framing Mount Plsgah : -sa!, H116 : '

Furniture "Where tomorrow',. stylist 1958 BUndingBlvd.. in Starke with Rev. George jnpO13S; ,'y. ,. *5040 .
host Rev. W. C'OtTRT I
are trained"ELECTRIC Jacksonville 384-1164 Young,
Du-Ra Brand Inc. I P. Jenkins, presiding elder. COt'VTV FIjOKTDA.

MOTORS PIANOS Following IB the agenda for In roe: KHtate of
9. W. W1IITRHKAD deonnaodnllCI .
Quality :
Save on the District Conference on bI'i'Olt
% '] 'I'O ('lii' *
:Furniture & Appliance Peavy Brothers For Musical AdlreC. March 9. Elder and Minister All r
CARTER NICEEstablished Assembly 5 p.m. Evening of a. W. Whltohend, deceased. :
Phllco and RCA Electric Co. '! are hereby notiriad. 'and. re- JlllHIIf C 1.- .4riI
,: i :' : J Worship: and Communion, 7:30.: qulrod to file claim* or ,
TV Refrigerators Jf : any I : .
BLECTRIC MOTORSSoIdServtceclRepalrecl / ... 'J11 l Sermon by Rev. Levy Lennon, uemanilfl which they may have I i'Je ;-t: -
Magic Chef Ranges :: LC! ,'" \\t! c.. AME B Kill PHI Hnlil estate' In' the of- .
: 'pastor lAU Chapel flee of the said. county judre. of !I! I ,1 .
We Buy and Sell Used Units Generators-Starter* 1943Chicteering Church Alacclenny.:: and St. Pr .dfurd Cuunty li'lnrldu In PreciousSIGHT : r :
Alterations & I James Church Lake Butler. the roiirthnuxA at Stnrku, t'lorl .
ila, within, six calendar ,,,o.thsfroni I .ti"'r1' :
MZ1: BLending Blvd. Armature Rewinding Other Name_Bianda Friday moining message by the lute of the.flmt |>.ubllcatlon '
Jax 771-5475' 4044 Lenox Ave. PIANOS CONN ORGANS,I Rev. J. O. Morris. Dinner of this turtle, bjach .

.lrlVtnv111. 1IA'7-212"!' 2651 Park Jacksonville 883-8311!! served at 1:30.: Discussion nesfilon claim writing. ur and demand must inu statS.t be the In Li I r7l .

"""" at 2:30.: ''Missionary So- place vr residence ami post
AUTOS FOREIGN HEARING AID PICTURE FRAMES: ; clety at 4 p.m. with :Mis.: R. office aililiesM, uf the claimant. ''''f/
und inuHI he sworn In. by the l .
For Beat In HearinfSONOTONE Sos- M.:: ; Jenkins In. charge. Lay .claimant, his agent. or ]ia I No price is too high to pay to ,:.I c ::'\\-T1q:; r''
Westside ForeignCar SPILLERS tt
Organization meeting, p.m. attotney or It will become '
with Mrs. Alton Lee presiding. void according to> law l protect the eyesight of ourselves and .: "'; '''.' '

Service OF .JAOKSONVILLJBThe. Picture FramingPicture Evening message by Rev. W. January- Jo.B. 19h7.a.A. Whlteh. ad |i our children. Good eyesight Is an 8t": : :..::. ,

Strong-eat and Smallest Framing' Original H. Forston pastor Mt. Pisgah -N.J. U: WhltehentlCoKxeciilom ] II I absolute necessity in the earning of: our livelihood. b''B2i:. : :: :O! .
for : :
Trained mechanics every .. Prints : of the ,
of I. Hearing Aid in the Wet-Id Paintings AME Church Lake City. KHtate of H. W. vi I In the school work. of our children,and in : .
service Job on all makes (Mattings Framed Pictures The Bishop Is expected to dec. I :
j. Only Co. Bearing Aid ""e Whlteheiid 1 Ill
Foreign & Sports Cart. 23 West Monroe 'Mirror Framing attend and the public Is cordially THOMAS: It PiERCE': the enjoyment of all of life. j t:1 'PQlIit')1) i

I Decorator 203-ft North Tempi* Av I Ill !Hie Own, k eft .
Help. Invited. I sptMo. IWlwocM
PARTS FOR' A17. Jacksonville 353-146S 1045 Park St. 5 Points Rev. W. P. Jenkins, PresidIng aturkit Flint Florida publication, on February I I I But there is another type of eight which tn then 'I ,he, isneeini. .' .HM. ....,Mat eemr el s Ii..... a, I II

2430 BUndlnf JackM wtlle MOBILE HOMES: Jax: 353-8551 Elder. Mrs. B. J. Lennon .- 0, 11IH7 iI times is often neglected spiritual! sight. d fw MM Mi el lilt Kneei|Is ma K rnvMs1to '

Reporter. 8-9 4t S-2 I I1I We and our children need<
BUTTSMOBILE SEWING CENTER AMLChurch MIII ths tnwM-iei to .Ike. .lew ef M M '
I Greater Allen Chapel grounded in the love of God and His i "
If lI f: Mai, er ..11f1 m sy el IN all. .k.. II,
& Service
Auto Sales Rev. L. A. !
HOMESThe H. & N. I Sunday School Bampson: 10 a., STARKE ll commandments and to rely onHun. "We need e.fn.trt e.<. .MM. ,frMeeM wSkh M MMe .. 'Ai 1'"d',

pastor. III to meet Hm requirement of loving our :I M .* .,1tII. '
Intntoslr Tftenfsia, MSIramaHMiliegmioltlew j
LANDROVER Here Love 11
Souths Best Buys a.m. Holy
CENTER m. Faust
Free Delivery SEWING (.:Communion 6 p.m.-Rev. L. HL neighbors s.* ourselves\ thus making a better .. ,wt ilmiK, itifevt iZ II'I II I

Bank Financing 600 Singer Touch Se sew. A. Sampson officiating. BUSINESS I I I home life, community:(. life and a better 'i,' 'Phi "dmik" IM.Hw. .utct el.lIe. weltara*l ttm- v_ '

In I does fancy stitches, mono- Sill : tell M4 Mi "hlf.. toreflJ _. ........, Sp 7 I 'I I
The World's. Finest "Beat For Lena"Seriously The Youth imve will terminate SI S world. Pealing 34:8: reads 0 laatt and see<< that f : I''
grama icordllng etc. Easily SI I II | rwy H-VNI. ilM M HflieM m4 pertMeoX. le CA s,'
Wheel Drives March 12. All
4 I Interested In Mobile Sunday DIRECTORYAUTO
for tin Lord it good: blessed i. tk man that h
operated NEW $369 .Ik.., "Onrril b..e M M, blh' Hw tiMk eeerfr .
I home? Call collect Jax 388- BB3d o% auv soqwauzcooperate I "
Hold and Serviced bJ'I 1253:' for model prices it terms. cash $129 or $'7 per mo! [ with pans his or her captain fII truiMh in 1/iM Attend the church of < miss' ii.' e..s, aid 4tIfl.". lilt sea"" ..i.iuIII .

Roberts' Chevrolet I 6017. Roosevelt Blvd. Jas Tel. Jax 1T1-1850 or come, for the success of the REPAIRS -I ;your choice this. Sunday. .J "MisllMs.hMtalhitsis, laM. si I

Cove Sprlnri 3033Jsekinv1US program.U.tNKfttpl'CY.
Green I
163rd St. JAt.a
Z64-9800 :... ..." .>icn.; : ,--.
SEWING MACHINES' Earl's GarageALL C"' __An. ..._
& J. Swap Shop :0.1. MILK .
JEEP Campers from 8' 20' Like New In 4 Dr. Cabins' 1GU day of March 1067. at
Vehicles 32' OS- 10..10:: o'clock .a in, In Bradford All Work Guaranteed
:Mobile Homes Sold New over $300 '
site of tin
County at the Phone 964-7004

S Jeep Wagone Station Trades Bank! Financing BL S73 or $5.00 Per MenU property. So. Walnut Starke: These Are Made Possible By The Following
Hcwy. 21. Orange Park Ideal[ Sewing Center Property In described: Religious Messages Sponsors
Wagon Lot Kla-llt: (8) loi'Utnd on
Jeep VoJveraala MOTORCYCLESHONDA New and Used MachlnM Tsa:, 1t2:41 HOMIi: !:. Urmirord ITES Section County 1. UTO SERVICE STARKE BUILDERS DeWITT C. JONES Law.on'Meat Market

Jeep Gladiator Truck 844 Cassat Ave. Klurlilu.'
381-5011 Directions: Travel Pant oui I Gilbert S.: Brown SUPPLIES, Inc. AND ,COLD STORAGE
Jacksonville o-f mark on Mlat I loud Nuloo. FUNERAL HOMES
Authorize ServiceApproved uppruxImutDly ale mile Standard on service! Station .Featuring Ace Hardware We Specialise la Ouctota SlmuftittfIns
Parts MOTOROVCLBS TRACK SERVICE to .tt fork III the ItlifUwuy.. Tuk Complete Paint BuppUee ;. Cutting' .A Wrapplal'-
North fork fur blocknFrame ATLAS
the two
ALL. MODELS and Sporting Goode Starke Ph. 961-6200 For TV. F.-
4 Wheel Drive :X Uhevl shell house l I" on the TIRES & BATTERIES Prepared p
Merchants Green Stamp RAY'S North ,,1018. Property Ito. b.- -CHECK:: WITH us FIRST- PHONE 964-7089:' '
Drive Open 8 AM. 7 P.M. twovn Old State Koad S... IOU Budget Term*-Ro d Service 219 Waithlncton' St. W)4-S270) Keystone Heights .
TRACK SERVICE and Palm I>.rlve. Phone 964-7071
EDDIE BLAND Tues.. Wed., Thurs:, Frl. This property. will b* sold "
407 StarkeHURST'S Ph. 473-3176
Open! Sat. 8 AM. 6 P.M. Portable Track Press Service free anil clear of andor nub N. Temple I & _
j J..t t... any exUtlnv. liens. All Bradford Abstract Co.
MOTORS, Inc. Closed Sunday A Monday Weldlnc nnlt. are subject to confirmation '
MOTORS A CYCLES Used Bulldozers A Crawler by the Court. Sinclair Refining Co.YV. OF STARKE INC.
6SS W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE 4949 Blandlng. Bird. "We'll Keep 'em Rollinc" Douglass a::. W.'n.lel.Truate. SIIELL 158 W. CALL STREETPh.
In MankruptvyKlritt L. Thomas,. Distributor
3M-7751 Jaek.nnvllia 171-H144 7287 W. Bearer I Aloryaiie Corp.: of Service StationGas 964-6831 Starke, Fla. U.S.:; :Ml NORTH

Je1ornnvtlle "RII"'ot1: Sumrt GASOLINES! -KEROSENEFuel Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla.
I'. O Boa 141
Oils Lubrication
MUSIC stuart. Florida 313-21 3,0IN Edwards Grocery & and Greases
Parrish Motoramatviom WESTERN STORE Goodjear Tlrea .A flatteries

Paulus Music Co. THE COuNTY ,JUDGE ROAD SERVICE Mkt. IOS S. WalnUt Starke Charley E. Johns.
f".ALJCII Band String Znatrnmenta :) OOUNTY. FLOHICA. Pb. 9646246BRADFORD Agency

Gibson Guitars 4t AmpUfleM Western Store METAL WORK Croeerles.-l\futll--Feeds' 131 S. Walnut Ph. ...-M1.

FAATfln School Supplies-Instruction "Where You'll Find Every Gas &: Oil GENERAL INSURANCII

Roberts Recorders thing For the Hone HAMMONDORGAN THOMPSONSheet Ph. 964-5312 Starke. Fla.Roy' MOTELA Nobody But .Nobody YadossChart. _""

T.an ... A Dealer :Music Ltbsnry-Expwt Enthusiast" STUDIOFactory Metal WorksAll TV Service SUPERIOR MOTEL K. ......... \ffatrf .
Repair OeoWrtment\ Western Clothing Leatlver- I .

Afcray.* Good Used Can 41 W. Honro St. good Saddles and Trailer Hammond Authorized Organ -. Types Metal CALL ROY FOR PROMPT America' Moat Hospitable Kotel* Hurst ,Shell S rvic.'

Ml Laora.. M JaokMaYUJe JackaonvlOe 330-844T Charles te Sharon Petty Sole! & Service Heat & Air Cond.Systems work-I SERVICE Air Conditioned Free TV
310 Beach Blvd. .13 So. Edtewood Ace Learn to play ths easy way and Coffee CARL HURST

n- 306-0694 JacIuonvBl 38-301 Jacksonville 384-121 110 N. 'W. 10th Ave. : 920 Thomas St. Stark.
Gainesville Shopping Center I Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-S723 Phone 964-7266 1757 N. SOI Ph. ""-463S Tf"Y. sni A inn PPAGE A4.1Ii' .

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