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 9, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03729
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11I.aa. least twu Wackenhut y'' r r r 1'c pYA1 v: '< Problem

w. Investigators one full time, 4 : A Truancy
. and one on a part time basis t I : h'A
"'. have been assisting with a lo F t wf

the continuing Investigationof +
alleged food shortages at I l< Concerned about a truancy problem they feel has

: Florida. State Prison, it was 1 grown to large proportions a group of 13 parents, some

learned this week. of whom recently had to appear in court with their
a.' State Attorney T. E Dun- w, r,
children, met the School Board Tuesday morning. t
.... said he
can yesterday assumed -
Major concern of the parents was the number of
Wackenhut employees
a.to: were accountable to classes!! some Bradford High School students missed
his office. He said he had without the parents being notified by the school. The

conferred with one of themat parents asked to be notified more often than the regular -

. the prison and described ) six-weeks; report cards now used. ai
I their activities as "assisting" Headed by Jim- Faulkner 5

Ia III.Ia. In the Investigation. whose daughter was one of 15 party participants has "con

. Duncan said the Wacken- ': students arrested and charged vinced me the root of the
huts were sent In by Cover. '
a.D. with truancy after a school problem lies primarily !In the
nor Kirk, but not at hisDuncan's hours party at the Boy Scout unrestricted use of automo-
( ) request. Camp at Sampson Lake the biles by the students." Some
Duncan said when his Investigation -
IIfI group mentioned several rules or regulations are need-
of alleged shortages
other areas of concern: ed in that area, he said
of prison foodstuffs Is r
i Inaccurate absentee re- "Show me 10() juvenile cases
completed he will report his
and I'll show at least
. you
finding to the Board of State ports.No
Institutions. "real" concern 'when eight cases of unrestricted
a student is not In class. "
He said a representative of use of an automobile, the
the State Attorney General's -Deportment of studentson Judge said. Many of the par-

office li also at the prison In the campus. ties did not take place on
addition to state auditors. -Apparent laxity of dls- school time but Indications
clpllne.A are that as many as 100 to 150
lack of respect for the youngsters are involved In
.Jim :....... ._
Garbage Truck school administration by the them Yawn added. !
Faulkner led the group of 12 parents who son, chairman, Duster Bennett and A. N. Holliday students. Faulkner said his. daughter

met with the School Ioard concerning their chil listen intently.The County Judge T. A. Yawn, missed 42: classes one six-
parents asked to be notified when their children who had to deal with the IS weeks without him or his wife
Finally Bought dren's Board Member II. A. Law
truancy miss school. truant students, appeared at being aware of It until called
'the meeting. He said investigation Into court 'with the daughter
of the Sampson Lake "We want to know why,"
By City Council he stated. Mrs.\ Albert Newmantold

Second PrimaryShort Eight Enter He also showed the School the Board she was

Board a forged report card he unaware that a beer party -
Baldwin Chevrolet was) low Curb On Cars
said his. daughter brought held her farmat.
was on
bidder at :Sl60
home in place of the one issued -
night when bids were openedfor County Fair Sampson Lake during..
by the school which
the second time by the Ballot At High School showed falling grades. school hours.
Starke City Council on a new
Paul Canova' a parent witha
garbage truck. Beauty Event high, "by the time
child In.the first grade junior and:
Other bids received were V Asked cited an Instance related to they are In high school par;
from TerwiUegar Motors ('',- By JudgeA
Among the firs: entriesfor him when a report card was ents don't know what goes
S36, and Noegel Auto Sales,
For the title of Miss North brought home showing a student on," Canova said.
13,785.: Baldwin has 60 to 90 TuesdayHere
days to deliver the new truck. Florida Strawberry Queen, curb on the unrestricted missed 28 of 30 class School Board Member Rodney -
Apparently dissatisfied with with the pageant slated March useof automobiles by Bradford es. He aald a 16-year-old BHS Hall told the parents
their first specifications the 31, the final day of the Bradford High School students was pro student personally told that "We're both here for the

council rejected aU bids In we go again to the polls that is. County Fair are two posed to the School Board discipline! Is "very lax" !In the same purpose, we can't start
the first bidding several weeks With only two candidatesleft local beauties Misses Joann Tuesday by County Judge T. school.A hunting a whipping boy."
ago and called for new ones In the running next Tues tion if their Alachua County Scott and Betty Ann Register A. Yawn as a means of reducing greeting of "Hi Wild Bill" He said some parents have
After Baldwin was awardedthe day's second primary election vote is close Eight contestants have the school's truancy to a teacher by a student anda the attitude that "It's'all
contract a* low bidder ballot will be one of the shortest Peck said yesterday he signed for the contest to date, $ i" problem. couple kissing in the hall- right to beat the devil out of
Tuesday night. Stanley Noegel on record. Even the most hopes to pick up a majorityof according to Pageant Ch Ir- 'Lr Investigation into the school! way, who only "looked up somebody else's child, 'but
questioned Councilmen Orle deliberate voter should requireno Alachua votes that went man Marvin Brown Elimination skipping party at the Boy but didn't separate" when an don't you touch mine" He
Wiggins and Nell Tucker on more than two seconds to ,to two other Gainesville men will be at 3 p.m. Friday, Scout Camp on Sampson Lake, Instructor walked by were told the parents they should,,
their handling of the first check his choice for State in the first primary. March 31, and finals at 7:3O: and other incidents the judge also cited by Canova. ..hear some of the answers
Senator District Seven, and Cross carried 26 of Ala- that night. said, has "convinced me that The fact that It was necessary given teachers when they call
bidsOther than admitting that gO on about his business chua's 34 precincts, polling Other entries are Ava Hlrnl 'the root of the problem lies to bring such things up. about a. student's absence.,
the first bide met specifications Appearing on the ballot will 3,793 votes in his home coun- Gainesville; Pat Hendley, Betty Ann Register primarily in unrestricted use Canova said, shows the during strawberry season
and pointing out that be J. Emory (Red) Cross and ty Peck was second in Ala- Ocala; Prise Ilia Shearouse, of automobiles." School Board doesn't know Mrs. Dan Grit fie, whoa hoe
the city reserves) the right to Ed Peck, both of Gainesville, chua with 1,773; Powers poll Waldo; Laura Sorensen, Fer- '-1 Judge Yawn pointed out what goes on at the high son In the llth grade'said
accept or reject any bid. the and both seeking to serve tho ed 1,585; and Saunders, 1-, nandina Beach; Joy Jones F $ that many other schools impose school. she thinks the schools "are
two councilmen refused to new six-county district as 548. Temple received only 165: Jacksonville, and Arnlta Mar- restrictions on the use Faulkner spoke of "clean- doing the best they can, but
argue with Mm. State Senator. votes in Alachua County. lene Halyburton St. Augus of automobiles by students. Ing up" the situation."It we have to arrive at a solu
Cross Is a Gainesville attorney tine. Not even the University of "
Noegel ceased his questionIng Cross Wall top man In the needs It, he said. tion.
and former state senator Miss Scott Is a former first Florida,, he said allows un-
when Chairman Ruby February 28 first primary, "Anyone who says it doesn'tIs "We're for you. not against
Johns rapped the gavel and gleaning 4,383 votes In the before reapportionment and second runner-up In the restricted use of cars, and blind or won't admit to you," Faulkner told the
cost him his seat in the up- content and Minn Register Is offered to assist the Boar
asked that personalities be six counties to 2,610 for Peck. the facts" Board "If we can help let'Wiknow
kept out of the argument.But Neither fared well In first per house Peck In a timber aLan' n previous entry, in any way he could Discipline is strong in thecounty's ."
operator and has been activeIn KntrleH; must be submittednot "Show me 10 juvenile case
he then told the council
in Bradford elementary schools The parents also requested
primary voting
civic affairs in Alachua later than 10 and I'll show at
they had gotten a rock bottom County when the bulk of thecounty's days priorto you - price and thanked them County. the contest. eight cases of unr" lelutl r
strength went to local s
for allowing him to submit a school principal Jim Tem- Winner of the Crose-Peck The beauty pageant, Is always use of an automobile" :! S
bid contest will face Republicannominee a highlight of the annual Yawn. added. \I
ple in his Initial bow in state
Baldwin 'was) also low by politics. Cross captured only Martin LaGodna in county fair and Is sponsored The Board accepted his tdfc-; New Road Requests
the Stuike Clvltan gestlon without comment
several hundred dollars on the 125 Bradford votes, while the general election on March by
first bids which the council Peck polled 256. 28. Club

rejected 1800 higher, but his this low time bid with was In the two week Interval Science Exhibit Set At High SchoolOver Starke Youth Presented To SRDBradford
between elections both candidates
new specifications.Bids
have been making a 60 projects will be am. until 3:30: p.m., &C.ording Faces
were also opened on a strong bid for their share of on display next Thursday, 'I"' RHS Science Instructor

year's supply of gasoline. The the 1,199 Bradford votes poll- March 16, at the County Walker Stewart. Accident County's 1987- the only other secondary\
contract was awarded to Sin ed by Temple In the first Science Fair Exhibit In the Pi unary and secondary primary and secondary road project besides the hydrocarbons -
clair Refining Company, the primary. If either of the two Bradford High School audi- science students from all building program was presented road, which li being
low bidder, at 20.04 cents per comes out with a sizeable torium. county schools will enter ex- Manslaughter and drunken to the State Road Department built to primary specifica
gallon for regular and 21.14 majority of the Temple bloc, The exhibits will be on display hibits. Joann Scott driving charges have been last Thursday In a tions. County Clerk Charles
cents for hl-teat. Sinclair had it could easily swing the elec- for the public from 10:30: placed., against Roger D. Grlf- meeting. in Lake City along Darby expressed hope that
the contract last too.
year fls, 19, of Starke In an auto- the .9 mile Santa Fe
Other bids were from Stan- with a Chamber of Com- project
mobile accident which killedan
By Lawtey Council merce request to four lane U will be completed within a
(Contlnued On Page She] 18-year-old sailor stationed
S. 301 from Baldwin to Cal- year when more secondary
at Cecil Field.
Uhan. road funds become available
Junior Duval County patrolmensaid Requests from the County tq the county

; Stay Within Budget] Marshall Told Saturday the sailor when was Grlffls'killed early car Commission and the Chamber There are six primary road
Woman's Club
were accepted but, aa always request for 1837-08 and
rammed the buck of a motor
the county was left Darby said there Is no "way
cycle on which he was riding
Fashion Show Pointing to money trouble, to total more than half I the Chairman Rosier the council several times that the coun- Steven D. Jones. was pronounced mostly in the dark. There to to tell when the SRD will get
Council order- moved the cil members had cut their hope, however that work on around to them. The first la
Lawtey's City total budget, then also stipulated that the marshall dead on arrival at
Friday March\ 10 ed Marshall M, M. Jordan to expense allowance be raised trade at a certain! service own salaries $180 to balancethe the Naval Hospital at Cecil two secondary projects, the SR-18; others by numberare

stay within his budget of $50 to $720 per year, or (60 per station for an entire month current budget. Field. Brooker hydrocarbons road :
I 8:00: ) P.M.Woman's \ per month then Increasedthe month. and submit an Itemized expense Marshall Jordan pointedout Driver of the motorcyclw, and the Santa Fe Lake Road 21 SR-221 from U. S. 301

police car expense $20 That died for lack of a second account from the station that he risks his life in John F. Murray, 18 also stationed and one primary project. 8R- through Hampton and. back
Club after a motion to raise it and Councilman Robert manager. The stations wouldbe high speed chases and that at Cecil Field, was 16 east to the Clay County to 301
$10 didn't get a second."I Scott asked "Where's the $10 dealt! with on a rotating the police car should be keptin listed In fair condition at the line will get under:! way before 31| SR-18 from where U
BuildingAdmission think you all are belna coming from?" basis. It was not decided by excellent condition. WhenIt base hospital. Saturday. night long leaves SR-100 to Its. termin-'
unfair," the marshall said Then Councilman Eugene the council where Jordan needs a tire he said he Police said Crlffls, who was SRD Division Engineer J. atton.
and turned in his credit cardsto Starling who had mode the would trade first. would buy it. placed under (SOOO, ball in( D. Ward laid he hoed the 41 SR-125 from Lawtey
$1 Clerk Ethel ReddUh. "A motion for the marshall! to It was the second consecutive He endangers his life to Duval County, was driving; contract to the hydrocarbons east to the Clay County;line.

man that pays (26O to qualify stay wlhln his budget, movedto month that police car expenses protect others, the marshallsaid. north on U. S. 301 at about road. SR-231 from the Union 61 SR-18 from the' town
deserves a little consider- raise the expense accountto had dominated the 1:10 a.m. when he crashed County line south to whereit of Brooker across U. S. 301"to

I.I.Thill Space Contributed ation." he said after the $70 per month a $20 In- council meeting. The expenses "When I i catch somebody into the rear of the motor intersects 8R-235 In the SR-100.
to Publicize council voted Monday night crease. Councilman Scott for months have been running and:! turn the money in to the cycle. Two Duval patrolmen edge of Brooker will bo let In 81 SR-327 from ,'R-18 by

I Community Events by for him to stay within the gave the second: on the the- much higher, at times doubling city I don't think I should be said the motorcycle was in September. Hampton Lake across Dv 8.
$SO budgeted for police car ory that "If we can stand the budgeted $50. In Feb- criticized:. Jordan said. the right-hand lane, heading No word was given hOw- 301 to where it meets SR-231.
I The Community expenses. that [$101) we can stand $30." ruary the expenses were 3072. The Fine it Forefelture north at about 25 miles per ever, when work on SR-16 The Cbamber'a., HQUU', tot
I State Bank But Marvin Rosier, hus- He shook his head and lowest in some months with Fund is budgeted at $2.800 hour, when it was hit near will begin. A $500.000 bond U. a. 301 was 'accepted;a
band of Council Chairman spread his hands: when asked gasoline alone costing $61.26. but in 1966 Jordan turned in the intersection of U. S. 301 issue against the county's need acknowledged by the

J Accounts now injured Louise Rosier, termed the $50a where the money would come Councilman Scott said the 3290. In January this yearit and SR-228. future: secondary road funds SRD.,offteals! but no- answer
Both Jones and Murray has been let for the two projects given. Funds are, not. available -
to "little skimpy. Councilman Marshall Jordan didn't take excess over the budgeted $50 was $300 and In FebruaryIS05
up $15,000 by Paul Dinkins. who had his credit cards back after being had been coming from the "That's too much." were thrown off the motor plus 110.000 in second- now for such a project
I Federal Deposit Insurance repeatedly said the city granted the Increase in miscellaneous fund but that Jordan said.Barbara cycle by the Impact. ary funds already accrued to the Chamber'' representative"
Corp. couldn't afford for the mar- expenses.In there .Is none this year. Coun- Jordan the mar- Griffis ta 1 a senior at Brad- the county. were) told. .-----5-

shall' salary plus expenses a 3-2 vote decided by cilman Paul Dlnkins said [Continued on Page) SUJ ford High School. 'Ibe Santa Pe Lake road la

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LI8RAR1' :

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;;'I ",.

Single Copy Every Week i

10 Cents 3,350 Copies ;

Official County Publication Established In 1879



Wackenhuts'Assisting' Meet School BoardParents

: Take: Action ,

Prison ProbeAt
tl /

least twu Wackenhut ti E'r; f On ProblemConcerned I
investigators one full time, 7 ,N y [. r 1 f,. Truancy

and one on a part time basis .
have a ;
-- been assisting with
the continuing Investigationof t
alleged food shortages at a Y m .. a"u about a truancy problem they feel has

Florida State Prison, it was r r grown to large proportions a group of 13 parents some d ,n nost

learned this week. of whom recently had to appear In court with their t

State Attorney T. E. Duncan children, met the School Board Tuesday morning.

said yesterday he as- Major concern of the parents was the number of
Bumed the Wackenhut em
ployees were accountable to classes some Bradford High School students missed

his office. He said he had without the parents being notified by the school. The

conferred with one of themat : : parents asked to be notified more often than the regular -
the prison and! described 1 six-weeks, report cards now used.

their activities as "assisting"in Headed by Jim Faulkner, ( r

the investigation. whose daughter was one of 15 party participants has "con-
Duncan said the Wacken students arrested! and charged vinced me the root of the
huts were sent In by Cover. _
: with truancy after a school problem lies primarily In the
nor Kirk, ,but not at bisDuncan'a hours party at the Boy Scout unrestricted use of automo-

( ) request. Camp at Sampson Lake, the biles by the students" Some
Duncan said when his Investigation .
,,, group mentioned several rules or regulations are need-
of alleged short
"l.l other areas of concern: ed in that area, he add
ages of prison foodstuffs la
-Inaccurate absentee re- "Show me 10 Juvenile cases
he will his
completed report
and I'll show at least
findings to the Board of State ports.No you
Institutions. "real" concern whena eight cases of unrltrlcteduse )
student Is not In class. of an automobile," the
He said a representative of
the State Attorney General's --Deportment of students Judge said. Many of the parties -

office .Is also at the prison. In on the campus. did not take place on
addition to state auditors. -Apparent laxity of discipline school time, but indicationsare

: ._. that as many as 100 to ISO
-A lack of respect for the youngsters are Involved In
Garbage Truck -- T school administration by the them Yawn !added.
Jim Faulkner led the group of 12 parents) who son. chairman, Duster Bennett and A. N. Holliday students. Faulkner said his daughter

met with the School Board concerning their chil listen intently.The County Judge T. A. Yawn, missed 43: classes one six-
parents asked to be notified when their children who had to deal with the 15 weeks without him or his wife
Finally BoughtBy dren's truancy problems. Board Member II. A. Law- miss school. truant students, appeared at being! aware of it until called

the meeting. He said Investigation Into court with the daughter."We .
of the Sampson Lake want to ItIO'why\ ,"
Council Mrs. Albert Newmantold
City he stated.

Second Primary Eight Enter He also showed the School the Board she was!

Board a forged report card he unaware that a beer par-
Baldwin Chevrolet was low Curb On Cars
said his daughter brought '
bidder ty' was held on her farm
at $3,160 Tuesday
home in place of the one Issued -
night when bids were opened County Fair at Sampson Lake during.
by the school which -
for the second time by the ShortFor Ballot At High School showed falling 'grades. school hours.junior .
Starke City Council on a new
Paul Canova, a parent witha
garbage truck. Beauty Event child In the flritt grade high, and "by the time
Other bids received were Asked cited an Instance related to they are in' high school par- .....
T from Motors, JO By JudgeA
Terwillegar ,-
Among the flraf entries ik .. him when a report cord, was ents don't know what goes
336 and Auto Sales
Noegel ,
tor the title of Miss North .. brought home showing a student on." Canova said.
$5,785. Baldwin has 60 to 90
day to deliver the new truck. TuesdayHere Florida Strawberry. Queen, curb on the unrestricted missed 26 of 30 classes School Board Member Rodney -
"satisfied with with the pageant slated March .4 uaeof automobiles by Bradford He said a 16-year-old] BHS Hall told the parent
Apparently 31. the final day. of the Bradford _I IJ It School student personally told that "We're both here for the
their first specifications the High students was proposed
: ;;;
council rejected aU bIds in we go again to the polls that is. County Fair, are to the School Board discipline Is "very lax" In the same purpose, we can't atari
the first bidding several weeks With only two candidatesleft local beauties Misses Joann Tuesday by County Judge T. school.A hunting a whipping boy."
ago and called for new ones. in the,running, next Tues tion if their' Alachua County Scott and Betty Ann Register. A. Yawn as a means of reducing greeting of "HI Wild Bill" He said some parents have
After, Baldwin was awardedthe day's second primary election vote is close. Eight contestants have ''the school's truancy to a teacher by a student anda the attitude that "it's'all
contract as low bidder ballot will be one of the shortest Peck said yesterday he signed for the contest to date, problem. couple basing In the hallway right to boat the devil out of

Tuesday night Stanley Noegel on record. Even the most hopes to pick up a majorityof according to Pageant Chair Investigation, into the school who only "looked up somebody; else's child .but
Alachua votes that wentto man Marvin Brown Elimination skippIng party at the Boy touch mine" He
questioned Councllmen Orle deliberate voter should requireno J but didn't separate" when an don't you
Wiggins and Nell Tucker on more than two seconds to two other Gainesville men will be at 3 p.m. Friday Scout Camp on Sampson Lake, instructor walked! by, were told the parents they should
their handling of the first check his choice for State In the first primary. :March 31, and finals at 7:30: and other incidents the Judge also cited by Canova. .hears some of the answers

Senator, District 1 Seven, and Cross carried 26 of Ala- that night. said, has "convinced me that The fact that it was neces- given teachers when they call
bidsOther than admitting that gd on about his business. chua's 34 precincts, polling Other entries are Ava Hlrnl, -- !the root of the problem lien. sary to bring such things, up. about\ a student's absence..
the first bids met specifications Appearing on the ballot will 3,793 votes In his home coun- Gainesville; Pat Hendley. Betty Ann Register' primarily In unrestricted use Canova said, shows the during strawberry season,;
and pointing out that be J. Emory (Red) Cross and ty. Peck was second In Ala Ocala: ; Priscilla Shearouse, of automobiles." School Board doesn't know Mrs. Dan Orlffls. who has*

the city reserves the right to Ed Peck, 'both of Gainesville\ chua with 1.773; Powers poll- Waldo; Laura Sorensen Fer- Judge Yawn pointed out what goes on at the high a son In the llth grade aM
accept or reject: any bide the and both seeking to serve tho ed 1,585; and Saunders, 1-, nandina Beach; Joy Jones that, many other schools impose school. she thinks the schools "are
two councilmen refused to new six-county district as Temple received only 165 Jacksonville, and Arnlta Marlene I restrictions on the use Faulkner spoke of "clean- doing the best they can, but
argue with him. State Senator. votes in Alachua County Hulyburton, St. AugUH- of automobiles by students., Ing up" the situation we have to arrive at' a solu-

Noegel ceased his questionIng Cross was top man In the Cross Is a Gainesville at- tine.Miss Not even the University of "It needs It," he said tion."
torney and former state senator Scott Is a former first Florida, he said, allows unrestricted -
when Chairman Ruby February 28 first primary, "Anyone who says It doesn't "We're for you. not againstyou
Johns rapped the gavel and gleaning 4,383 votes in the before reapportionment and second runner-up In the use of cars, and Is blind or won't admit to ," Faulkner told the
coat him his seat In the up- context and Miss Register Is offered to assist the Board
be "
asked that personalities Board let'iuknow.
six counties to 2,010 for; Peck. the facts. "If we can help
per house. Peck is a timber akin a previous entry. In any way he could.
out of the
kept argument. Neither fared 'well in flrat Discipline is strong in thecounty' .
operator and has been activeIn Entries: must be submittednot "Show 10
me case
But he then told the council
The also requested
primary voting in Bradford elementary schools, parents
civic affairs In Alachua later than 10 and I'll show !'
they had gotten a rock bottom County, when tho bulk of thecounty's days priorto you 4gins to let up a little in the [Continued On Page Twol]
price and thanked them County. the contest. eight canea of least' .
strength went to local .
for allowing him to submit a school principal Jim Temple Winner' of the Cross-Peck, The beauty pagoant Is always 6v use of an automobile," }
contest will face Republican a highlight of the an. Yawn added. ,
In! his initial bow in state
bid.Baldwin was also 'low by' politics. Cross captured only nominee :Martin LaOodna In nual county fair and. Is upon- The Board accepted his 1.<1"| > New Road Requests

several hundred dollars on- the 12S Bradford votes, while the general election' on March cared by the Stuike Clvltan geetlon without comment

tint ,bids which the council Peck polled 256.In 28. Club.

rejected$800 higher, but his this low time bid with was the two week interval Science Exhibit Set At High SchoolOver Starke Youth
Presented To SRDBradford
between elections, both candi-
new specifications.Bids dates have been making a 60 projects will be am. until 3:30: p.m, according Faces
were also opened on a strong bid for their share of on display next Thursday It,. RHS Science Instructor

year's supply of gasoline. The the 1,199 Bradford votes poll- :March 16, at the County Walker' Stewart. AccidentManslaughter County's 1967- the only other' secondary
contract was awarded to Sin ed In ,the first Science Fair Exhibit In the
by Temple Pi K.nnry and secondary primary and secondary road project besides the hydrocarbons : -
clair Refining Company, the If either of the two Bradford School audi
primary. High
science students from all building program: was pre road, which 1) being
low bidder, at 20.04 cents per comes out with a sizeable torium. county schools will enter ex and drunken!! sented to the State Road De- built to primary specifica
gallon for regular and 21.14 majority of the Temple bloc, The exhibits will be on display hibits. Joann Scott driving chargns have been partment last Thursday In a tions. County Clerk Charles
cents for hl-teat. Sinclair had it could the elec- for the from 10:30: D. Grlf-
easily swing public placed against Roger hope that
meeting In Lake City, along Darby expressed
the contract last too.
year fls 19 of Starke In auto-
an with a Chamber of Commerce the .9 mile Santa Fe projectwill
Other bids were from Stan-
mobile accident which killedan
By Lawtey Council < request to four lane U. be completed within a
(Continued On Page SIK] 18-year-old sailor stationed
S 301 from Baldwin to Caitahan. year when more secondaryroad !
at Cecil Field.
funds become available
Junior Duval County patrolmen Requests from the County to the county.
; Stay Within Budget Marshall ToldPointing aid the sailor was killed early Commission and tha Chamber There are six primary road
Saturday when Orlffls' car
Woman's Club
were accepted but a* always request for 1967-68 and
rammed the) buck of a motor-
the county was. left Darby said there Is no way
cycle on which he was riding.
Fashion Show to money trouble, to total more than half the Chairman Rosier the council several times that the coun- Steven D. Jones was pro- mostly in the dark. There la to tell when the SRD will get {

La-wtey's City Council order total budget, then moved the also stipulated that the marshall cil members had cut their nounced dead on arrival at hope, however that work) on around to them. The first is

Friday, !March 10 ed Marshall M. M. Jordan to expense allowance be raised trade at a certain serv- own salaries $180 to balancethe the Naval Hospital at Cecil two secondary projects the SR-19: others by numberare
stiy within his budget of $50 to $720 per year, or $60 per ice station for an entire month current budget. Field. Brooker hydrocarbon road :,
8:00: P.M.Woman's per month, then Increasedthe month. and submit an itemized expense Marshall Jordan pointedout Driver of the motorcycle. and the Santa Fe Lake Road 31 SR-221 from U. S 301

police car expense $20 That died for lack of a sec- account from the station that he risks his life in John F Murray, 18, also stationed and one primary project. 8R- through Hampton I and backto
Club after a motion to raise it ond and Councilman Robert manager. The stations would high speed chases and that at Cecil Field, wan 16 east to the Clay County 301.
$10 didn't get a second."I Scott asked "Where's the $10 be debit. with on a rotating the police car should be keptin listed In fair condition at the line will get under way before 31 SR-18 from where it

BuildingAdmission think you all are being coming from?" basis. It was not decided by excellent condition. Whenit base hospital Saturday night. long leaves SR-100 'to its termin, (
unfair" the marshal said Then Councilman Eugene the council where Jordan needs a tire, he said he Police said Orlffl who waa SRI Division Engineer J. ation.
and turned in his credit cards Starling, who had nude the would trade first.It would buy it. placed under $5OOO ball In D. Ward said he hoped; the 41] SR-125 from Lawtey
$1 to Clerk Ethel Reddish. "A motion for the marshall to was the second consecu- He endangers his life to Duval County, iwaa driving contract to the hydrocarbon east to the Clay county'line.

man that pays; $260 to qualify stay wihln his budge, movedto tive month that police car expenses protect others the marshall north on U. S. 301 at about road l, SR-231 from the Union 81 SR-18 from the, town
deserves a little consideration raise the expense accountto had dominated the 1:10: a.m. when. he crashed! County line south to where of Brooker across. 0.3. 301 to
I' Thin", Space Contributed ," lie said after the $70 per month a $20 in- council meeting. The expensesfor said."When I catch somebodyand into the rear of the motor- it Intersects SR-235 In the SR-100.

Weekly to Publicize council voted Monday night crease. Councilman Scott months have been running turn the money in to the cycle. Two Duval patrolmen. edge of Brooker will be let In 61 SR-227 from ,.SR-18 :by

I Community. Events by for him to stay within theO gave the second on the the- much higher, at times. doubling city I don't think I should be said the motorcycle was in September.No Hampton Lake across D.. 8.
$ budgeted lor police car ory that "if we can stand the budgeted $50. In Feb- criticized." Jordan said. the right-hand lane, heading word was given, how- 301 to where It meets SR-231.
I The Community expenses. that ((110] we can stand $20." ruary the expenses were $30.72 The Pine & Porefelture! north at about 25 miles per' ever, when work on SR-18 The Chamber's" jurt, for

State Bank But Marvin Rosier, hus- He shook his head and lowest In some months, with Fund is budgeted at $2.500 hour, when it was hit near will begin. A $500.000 bond U. S. 301 was 'accepted.:
I band of Council Chairman spread his hands: when asked gasoline alone costing( 6126. but In 1966 Jordan turned in the intersection of U. S. 301 issue against the county's need! acknowledged the

Accounts now injured! Louise Rosier, termed the $50a where the money would come. Councilman Scott said the 3290. In January this yearit and SR-228. future secondary road funds BUD off teals,' but no" answer
'"little skimpy. Councilman Marshall Jordan didn't take excess over the budgeted $50 was $300 and In February Both Jones and Murray has been let for the two pro- given. Funds are not avail- ,
up to $15,000 by Paul Dinklns who had his credit cards back after being had been coming from the $505 "That's too much," 'were thrown off the motor- jects plus $110.000 In second- able now for such a project. '

I Federal Deposit Insur- repeatedly said the city granted the increase In miscellaneous fund but that Jordan aaid.Barbara cycle by the impact. ary funds already accrued to the Chamber'' representatives! "

ance Corp. couldn't afford for the mar- expenses.In there is none this year Coun- Jordan the mar- Orlffla Is a senior at Bradford the county. were told. .__..--
shaU's salary plus expenses a 3-2 vote decided by cilman Paul Dlnkina said t Continued on Pale Slal High School. The Santa Tt Lake road 1 Sa

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r (Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- (Mr. and Mrs W. H. Nollman Girl Scout Workers Girl Scouts Troop (Mrs. Wallace Griggs of Jacksonville Owens-Grover

Mrs. W. E. Middleton, over Gilbert of Newark, N. J. and Complete Job Enjoys CookoutUsing (Moore of Tampa, Mr. and Mra Engagement it i

w the weekend. Mra. W. B. Broanen of Mis- W. C. Ward and family of

Thirty members of the soula, Mont, were last Thurs- Training Course Vagabond stoves and Townsend, Ga., and 'Miss Jean Mr. and Mrs. Olen Lank '

Methodist Youth Fellowship day dinner guests of Mr. and Buddy, burners which they had, Seeley. of Lake Butler announce th .
Certificates for the completion
attended the matinee showingof Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer In Key- made themselves, Girl Scoutsof marriage of their niece. Mlb
of the Job Training Course
GLADYS MOOTY "The Ruthless! Ones," a stone Heights and also guests offered the Cadette Troop 606 enjoyeda Little WomenTo Betty Jean Owens, to Wyn
for Leaders by
]flume( 961-7608 Billy Graham production in of Mr. and Mra. Crosby H. cookout at the home of Mr. dell Lamar Grover, son o
Girl Scout Council
Gainesville on Sunday They Dawkins In Jacksonville on have Gateway been received by Mrs and Mrs Frank Wolf re J., Sponsor DanceThe Mr. and Mrs. George drove
were accompanied by Mrs. J. Monday. Wednesday, March 1. The girls' of Starke. t
Pvt. Billy Dowllng of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tan- : R. Wainwright, Mrs Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morri Bill Costello and Mrs Alice I we presently learning various Little Women's Club Is '
The classes The wedding was an even
Hamilton. were
Jackson, S. C. was home for 'ner'of Baldwin were Sunday\: Sinclair. Mrs. Buford Mitchell, son and Mr. and Mrs. George (kills which will quality them sponsoring a dance Thursday .
visitors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. taught In Lake City. for March 16 from 8 to :of March 4 at 8 p. m in th( .
the weekend. and Mrs.\ Warren Winkler Morrison\ and families of Lees- camping this summer. night, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ed- (Mrs. J. H. DuPre was visit-, !Mike Reddish and Richard burg spent the weekend with The course consisted of four Stella Jane Costello was recently 12 o'clock featuring The Soulsat home of Rev. R. L. Lee wit i

wards and family visited Mr. ing; Mr and Mrs. B. d. Mc- Wainwright of FSU were home Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison. training sessions, four hours elected patrol leader the Starke Womana Club. performed the double-rin ,

and Mrs.!! O. C. Edwards in Intyre and family In Jacksonville for the weekend Misses Jean Mundy and each and covered the leader- for the troop; Janine Gay Admission is $1 advance ana ceremony. "
and I
role In working plan-
Jacksonville Saturday last week Misses Janet Hardy and Francis Cannon of Tallahasseeand ship secretary; and Kelly Richards! Only the families and clos

Mrs. S. S. Field has Mrs. R. L.. C. Thomas of Patty :McDanlel of the Uni 'Mrs. Paul McLendon of ning with girls activities home arts In treasurer. Mary Ellen Wager Beta Sigma Phi friends of the couple attended
of the ,
the ,
ed to her home in 1.etul'n-1 Wildwood was a weekend versity of Georgia were visitIng Rock Hill S. C. will be week- areas understanding will serve as Message Bearer the wedding and recep*

City after three guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbel.t Mr.\ and Mrs. J. E. Hardy end guests of (Mrs. W. B. and out-of-doors, and Carol Richards and Pearle Members of Beta Sigma tion.

with her mother, M1 s. L. P. Thomas. David Troxell of over the weekend. Mundy. .' and using troop and govern.men.t Girl Wolfred as Juliette Low girls. Phi sorority will hold their

Smith, who has been ill, and I May port was also Sunday eve- \'"hat'" Bill Powell'. telephone Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington ''r :,.,.."," .. I Scout, alms.resources Mrs.!,Costello also To celebrate Girl Scout Sun- model meeting Monday: night .
ning visitor of the Thomas number? UU1-6161.) day, March 12, the girls will
Dela. the
Mr. Smith. was a gue&t the Troop Camp March 13, at 8 o'clocK in
family. Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlongand of Col. and Mrs. T. T. Marian GreenIn completed attend church together at StEdward's '
Admitted to the Starke Long Course in which the emphasis home of Mrs. C. W. Slade or. ST.; EDWARD'S CHURCH
Nursing Home this! week, Mrs. Roy Clemmons and Mr family of Tlfton, Ga. were' from Monday to Thursday. Col. out Catholic Church C:. Southgate Drive. Mrs Stnrke ,.
and Mrs. Gene Norman, visited Cap Ceremony Is on planning A in ,
and knot
their Mr.
visiting parents, program tying
Lewis will the
were Mrs. Anita Webb of Join family on evaluation of troop camp- Harold Williams will serve as 1
Mrs. Clemmons' mother, "Mrs and Mr. and an and the use of the Scout knife
Pa- Mrs. V. V. Hazen Thursday, and he and Mrs. ""Ic-hedule of Lenten Service
Starke, Albert Berg of co-hostess
Mamie Parrish in Baptist Memorial J. W. Furlong over the week- Miss Marian Green, daughter /- Ing experience and also cover- was planned for the next meet- Mass9:13
ofAltha. Lewis will go on to South Sunday : amTlnirwlay
latka, and Mathew Dlllard skills.
o of 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert ed the basic campcraft
Hospital on Sunday.Mr. ing which will be held Wednesday
Florida.Mr. Mass _____ 8 p.m '
Had- and Mrs. R. O. Dansby end.Mrs.. Elzle Sanders and Mrs and Mrs J. G. Holton Green of Starke, has completed An overnight caimpout session March 15, at 3:30: Recent Births I :Saturday;; Penitential Obner
and S.
Mr. Mrs. C. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. the prescribed course at Camp Neyatl on Kingsley
Roy Curtis Edwards attended JunIor p.m. In St. Edward's Parish ..
rt'Kte and l family were visiting Andrews In Jacksonville on at the Riverside '\Voman's were In Tlfton, Ga. on Sunday of study and has received: her Lake along with leaders from Hall Bradford County Hosplta'announces : vance
Mrs. C. C. Teston in Kings- Saturday. Day visiting :Mr. and Mrs R. L. cap and certificate as a dental} Lake City, Gainesville\ and the follow In, Lenten Devotions, ) 7 p.m :
Club In Jacksonville on Whiddon and family. .______
land. Oa. on Sunday. Mike Frick underwent sur- technician from Career Acade- Jacksonville completed the requirements births: Confession 5 p.m 4;
Mrs. C. F. Rhoden is attending Tuesday, Feb. 28. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns for this and __..______ 7:30: p.mIlolyday .
gery last Thursday in St, Mrs Vergle Flynn was visit. my In Atlanta, Ga. The presentation W. C Ward Marks Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Wesley '.,
spent the weekend In Tampa.Vh"t'a HAMS ______ 6
the Paul Revere In- Vln.cent'8 Hospital. Ing Mr. and Mrs. Joe DurdenIn. was made at a cere- Moody Jr., Late Butler twin p.m
\ mil Powell's telephone
surance Co. meeting In Mr. and Mrs. John Grvonc Jacksonville over the week number? DG4-6I64.& mony held In the Atlanta CC Directors 80th BirthdayW. :girls, Deborah Lynn, an xT.

Clearwater this week. visited his mother, Mrs. John end. Biltmore Hotel. Donna Lenore. March 2. $ WILLIAMS CHURCH >
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marshof I B. Greene in Jacksonville on Mrs Curtis Edwards visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ward celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. OeraM Plouffe. Keystone Heights ;
of Tallahassee and Joey K.
son O. 80th
Daylight birthday Saturday night
Fairbanks were Sunday Saturday.Mrs. Starke, a March 8.
Mrs. E. M. Rich in Jackson
Andy, Cindy and Lynn Jor- ______ 11:45 S
visitors) of Mr. and Mrs. F. when his daughters, Mrs. Pete Sunday Maim a.m
Norman and -
I Rigdon ville last Thursday and at- dan of Lake City spent the School Board was a motion TimeA Barton. Mrs. Leroy Lovell, Wednesday Man ....__ 7 p.mConfessions '
\V Strickland.What's
Bill Powell's children of Jacksonville midI tended the Regency Square weekend with Mr and Mrs. by Member Rodney Hall that Saving and Mrs. F. L. Watterson Mr. an-3:! Mrs. David Christopher : Before Devotion' ,
telephone I Mr. and Mrs. John T. Finch opening.Mrs. I the Board cooperate whole- Clarksville, Tenn
number 864-6461. H. A. Lawson.Mr. gave a birthday-dinner party llolyday Ma .....___ 7 ajn.)
," of Portland, Ind. were weck- A. N. Holliday and and :Mrs. George Braun heartedly with the parents and recommendation for the for him at the Wntterson announce the birth of a .

Mrs. Ed Prevatt and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Jane Wafler of Pompano of St. Paul, Minn are Tuesday PTA's. adoption of Daylight Saving home. daughter, Tammy Ann, on ST. MARY'S CHURCH '

houseguests/ Mr. and Mrs George W. Brown. Beach visited Arthur Holli- to Thursday guests of "I thought that went with- Time "to conform with a ma- Feb. 23. In the ClarksvllliI / laccleDDY

:John Carlson of Molme, HI., (Mrs Willis Dyal Is a medi day at William-Carey CollegeIn Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. out. saying," said Hall. jority of states already using Enjoying the occasion with I Memorial Hospital. lIaterllI \ /) 1i

wee visiting Mr. and Mrs cal patient in Riverside Hos- Hattlesburg, Miss over the: Edith Christiansen. All members of the delegation ''this system" was approved by the four families were Mrs. | grandparents: are Mr aiv Sunday Mass ______ 7:30: aic i

Claude Prevatt at Islamorada weekend. 1 that closer of the Starke-Brad- Inez confessions, : before Mass
pital.Mr. agreed cooperation directors Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Charles Dinkins of
last Thursday to Saturday. : and Mrs. Edwin Williams Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mc- is needed between ford County Chamber of Com- Halslop and daughter Kay I Starke. [

'.: Admitted to the Bradford and sons visited Mr. Cl-ane of Atlanta, Ga. are parents and the school.In merce at their luncheon meet-

County Hospibal this week and Mrs. Lamar Williams in visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Parents Act other action, the Board: Ing last Thursday.In .

were Ernest Trlest, Jr., Mrs. Lake Wales Sunday.. I Flynn Sr. this week before Heard Supt. Casey report other action, the board '''dI t,. ..... ;
FaYe Miller and Mrs. Augle MJr. and Mrs. V. J. Speng- moving to their new home in that bids for the proposed unanimously approved its executive iI -'\.

Piddle of Keystone Heights: ler and family were in &l. Green Bay, Wis. where Mr. On Truancy Bradford-Union Area Voca- vice president, P. J. ',1'" tJ 'J, li

Mrs. ,Jlmmie W. Dnnn. Mrs. Augustine on Sunday visitingMr. McClane is being transferredby tional Technical School will Novak, serving as the 1667 ',/ / r7T .,," .;".J imw7 \\ '"

Alma" Leurck, Mrs. Cleone and Mrs. R. L. Spenglerand Hercules Powder Co. be opened March 21. manager for the Bradford iiJ

Reagan,, Mrs. Edna Ray family Mr.\ and Mrs. M. C. Wells 'Continued''' From Page One] Voted that parents be given County Fair Attention was \ \

Crftwfc>rd. Forrest Btanken-! Mrs. Arlen McKnlght attended celebrated their 25th wedding from March 15 to April 14 to called to the success of the !li, Y\\ "Iit\ \

!ship' Roy Jackson. Mrs. Alice the Northeast Florida anniversary Wednesday, March that the school resume sponsoring return freedom-of-choice formsto Fair since the Chamber has \ I "
dances. Mrs. Albert
''Anderson, Mrs. Louisa Abell, Planned Parenthood Conferenceat 1 with a dinner party In the be mailed soon. for several years cooperatedin II-o: 'r .\ \ \

Willie Lee Carroll of Sbarke: the Roosevelt Hotel last Pecan Room of the Garden Newman said It would "give Approved a $2,100 federal the county-wide program by J -... ..'t...,.. .,1 1 ,\\"HI\" IILlotij. ..

Mrs.. Inez Nettles of Lake Thursday and Friday. Restaurant. Enjoying the af- the children something to grant for additional equip. making its staff available to .'."'<.;;. '" ,;)".:)', '... ,] di.. \ \ '
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Puffer: Mrs. Ethel Tidwell of "'hat'* Bill Powell's telephone fair with the couple were 12 do. But Board Chairman! H. ment for an electronics tech- the Fair Association. ) f.w'.c. '"-, ., \r\ : IISTARKE

:TTampton.: Mrs. Juanita number 961-6161. 'I' close friends and relatives. A, Lawson objected to that, nology class.Approved Following adjournment of -.:- ,. .j..... t. ; : 1 '" I \

I?a ul arson of Klngsler Lake; Mrs. Merrill Struth was!I Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- "itlnjr the behavior of some payments to Har- the meeting, the dire tors

and .Mrs. Emma Sapp of I Rae> Jr. and four sons of Lake students at one dance. He ris and Harris Construction traveled to the Lake City Road

MelroM.Mr visiting Struth and Mr.family and Mrs.In Atlanta Roddy City were visiting Mr. and said the behavior of the students Company on. the schools un- Board office to present a OPEN 1f-r' .... '.. "

Mrs :McRae Sr. on Sund.iy.What's was the reason the der construction at resolution calling for completion ..
,:and Mrs. 'Charles Din- I '
Friday to Tuesday. FRI. & SAT. II I
school stopped sponsoring Brooker. ; : ,
kin Bill Powell' telephone ; of U. S. 301 from .
were. visiting their son Mrs. Lucy Major and Mrs. I dances in the first place. UNTIL 7 ".1\1.
number 061-6161. Approved an adult education Baldwin to Callahan. .
In-law rand daughter, Mr. M. H. Watson of Daytona Mrs. BOY JACKET 7.99 RIBBED POOR BOY 3.99
Mrs. Glen Reddish Orlffls noted, however class In modern mathe- executive committee also -
/ of The .
a44\ David Christopher, Greenwood
Beach the weekend with ;
spent I ;
that the "children matics. J''
behaved .
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S. C. will be home for the of a '" j
and s new baby daughter In Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. Adams approved purchase r 'j
beautifully" at a jun- Paid final fees of $988 to the ; .. j :
ClarksvU1e weekend. Bradford steer at .
Tenn last week County I iH'
and celebrated Mrs. Adams' i; ior class dance she chaperoned ; Architect Don Morgan on the Gainesville Area Livestock \ r '''") ';.t' n! ,1, ." ({ ''i "
birthday on Friday. / ::.1 ,
this year. She said the new field house at BHS. Show In line with the Chamtier's \ :. ., \' ,_

dance Discussed .11" .'":;''' ..........t ... .. .. };:1.:1": : \ ', :.J. '' 1.:
was wellchaperonedand the .. .. ....
possibility of .. .
policy of supporting .... .... .. r "
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a police officer was jtha. old .
present bowling ..
youth projects for better citi! '. at the band's/: request. alley on SR-100 south' for use zenship. ....\ .....'. 46""J.\: ;' ", .."....,". .. "..'7' I., I .: ... ',l r." 1
(Superintendent Tom Casey as a bus 'barn and garage DURENC +. p., +.au,+s A1' e.r',. 1 ;-

told the parents he has "re- The Board and Architect Don THE RIGHT POINT for the KNIT TOP .> U."I +"',t"J i k t"fo I I l \' '" -..i...err ,

1I viewed the situation closely." Morgan will look at tho building /,. the way you write. Come in 5.99 iYMYivtr' fF ;( : \; l ,' Ci..c. '
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BHS Supervising: Principal It was decided. The 13- and select your favorite ES- HIPSTER "; "tarts'" iF 't. ....1.. .. :

Connie Clark met with Judge 097 sq. ft. building is pricedat 'TERBROOK fountain pen, STOVEPIPE PANT / ..till,; ," + I t .' :. .
Yawn and the judge followedup $80.000. 7.99 ,'.o:' O'fMth._ \ (
TELEGRAPH ,. .' -=
with a meeting before the Heard a report from Supt. 1tA,1+li11Nl '
students at school, he said. Casey that ,there Is a '

As many as 90 to 95 per sibility of getting $45,000 pos'l THE BRADFORD J'j rLr3"'aj;1 ,

cent of the students live within the state and obtaining COUNTY TELEGRAPH!: \

school regulations without eral matching funds for It i
Published every Thursdayat ( A.tINE SKIRT 409g HIPSTER SKIRT 5.99
any problems, Casey said. Attendance complete the renovation of /i .
: la much better after four science, three reading, 138 W. Call SU: 'I '( ,:

the crackdown by Judge Yawn ind four new general class- SGtcke", Fla.i'l0ul" :: : "I' build whole spring
: a
p new
,NpI -"It's already had a real ef- I rooms in A-Building at Brad Second class postage paid. I ; :

feet on tho total community." ford Junior High. : ,)1- i
at Starke, Fla. t
The superintendent said that Okayed a suggestion by \ : wardrobe with our wonderful
.. Wj one year he concentrated most Casey that the old Heilbronn Subscription Rates. i ; :'3:: i: :.: j .

of his attention as much as building be torn down and lu trade area: 43.0U per .

six or seven hours per day, the )lumber! sold. ) '
year; $2.00 pix month .j
on attendance. It did not Improve //J ,
.... drastically! he said, E L. Matthew, editor and Total .

,. pointing out that most hlgn publisherOutsUTe .. '
Adjustable Vinyl Book )
. schools run from 88 to 92 Covers. Ail sizes 30 cents ea I I trade area: U.OO I VI t.: '

.. per cent attendance.He at The Teleiraoh. tier '''''n <221\< .ie( : months. "
cited the February 28 \ s
school day at BHS when 98 --- }
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10-12 were placed on the 1. : t ,
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" absentee list, a day when attendance t.y. :::: '" II t Mix them up match them up combine

. was 81 per cent. Family StyleDINNERS ''-- t them to suit your mood and your way 01

Forty-two of the students absent ". i -c. life to look smart no matter what the

were ill, he said, and went ; / ) i," occasion! Solid group (above), new "Juttah"
.. on to account for all 98. v' '; -: t' ..+ Homespun in soft Moss Green, sizes 8 to IB-

. .t 11 I It closely took one check man out 2V4 all daysto 98 I. .JI" l;; Hi -t \ Twin check group (below) in sharp navy and

.... students, Casey said, pointing, I """ _u I. 'J I + 'white, 70'%; rayon, 30% cotton. Sizes: 6 to 16

.. to how big a Job it would .- .. -'-'\ l\
.. be:? to make such a check li
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.. Seryed Daily11AM2PM i \ :: "!"" -..;..
principals have been :: = r .., / li :\
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Instructed not to leave the .. I..- ,6-I-'C: t f" / C; JjjJ"; \
campus to pick a student up r '

YEs..IT'S at the bus station or uptown
5 To 8
Casey told the parents. PM :

r "You don't have a truant .. ,,
. ,officer?" Mrs. Griff asked. ,;:1'-: :' ".II : \ f

TO SAVE (and it's fun, too!) juvenile(ence No,Jennings Casey counselor.. replied Dr., only Flor a Complete Meal-All You Can Eat 'fJ- -. T N J'" '.1 in' .iH 7-/, h ., : ,' ,.

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.. But Faulkner said. he sees ,, ,. 1I "f' mil I
"no reason why can't ,I 1- .: : .J. (/ J
you : .
fi: ( :::' r If Ie I
: Some Things That Were True Then Are notify parents (of a student's : ill. I I .

absence) shouldn't they 25 = 'j =
: Just As True Today. be?" Casey indicated they c::: I I' '_ t .
should t, and pointed again tothe r IAr -11:> .- I

. rennrt cards.A t ', '- ': ", ALINE SKIRT 4.99 CREW NECK KNIT SHELL 3.991

survey of the schools by Children Under 12 $1.00 .. :$'. '

: : A BOX OF CANDY\ individual PTA's was recommended -iL :. '.;, .\. ] ). .\,

PRIlII: by Ralph Bryan, ; '
president INCLUDES ,

: If You Save $50.00 or More* : of the Southslde Elementary rj. i. 4 .- _. _\ I
PTA. Bryan used the ) : ft
1960 study by the former If ; 'lJ" l
.. 41 Because we're sweet on _. '
you. I I .. .. I iL \ I
r PTA County Council an advisory \\. rJ r: ,
. Homemade Biscuits Cornbread -: I \ I 1 ', \{ '\,
group, as an exampleof I ... -' >!i 41 ) .. \\I.
k I
> the type of study to which :::k I'' ; I' -: ,'.. l-1\1'',,. t I tE '"r .- I
.. & Loan Association le referred. I( Tea or Coffee _I I. -- '!l \C .I <: :; ; II f \- "

.. Savings ; "My main gripe." he said, L J ,. -. \ ; ,. 'I;. i : '
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..I 'Is that It appears to meTA'a .. !l -_ ,- \\ I
. OP STARKE ; are sort of dying a .. .. .i J .. I I 'I'
.1 \toO t Ii'
.. natural death. But they can. \ II, ""rrJ -
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. 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 061-5000 dp solve the problem, he JACK'SR'EST :;/. j' _. .. ;} : j
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Bryan also said that some j .... ._ :,' Jl l-= .....

school teacher seem to want ,
r Passbook Savings By The 20th help from ..the PTA "but they I i :j "I j STRAIGHT-LEG. PANT 5.99 SLIM SKIRT 4.99

rant you to go to far and i, U. S. -1 MILE' SOUTH OP STARKE "
: Earn From The First no further.. | 301 -= j. BOY JACKET 6.J9 SUM" SKIRT

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Junior ClubCompletes New Eastern Star Star Spangled Banner. ,! glotary.I UDC PlansMemorial man, Mrs. CIyd Terwillegar $IItefanen! .prpsldmj,.", t
I The follo-trlng officers were I Odom
and J.
Gladys L. Gentry -
and Mrs. E.
( K. Perryman In
Comfort fur', theV A.
Plans Officers InstalledAt IntJ'odl'od.tarjorle\ !} : Drlggerx. | were presented the Past Service rhHrge of arrangements.Mrs. Hospital In,, fjl

For Fashion ShowFinal Masonic HallNew Installing Oivind l Officer; Mary Matron and Punt Patron For March 23 E. L. Matthews and turned in. Mri_(MadyM Wel-
Laura JoUnson. Initialling jewels. from their chapter by MIsH .
MaVge Middleton
will be
II don, fhalrmftn: tff' the nominating -
Grand Marshal: Louise Latl- i I tho new Worthy Matron and
plans for the Junior officers for Eastern The W. T. Weeks chapter, hostesses at aha April meet committee presented
mar, Install It]ig Grand Chap Worthy Patron.A .
Woman's Club annual fashion Star Chapter 224 were Installed I i UDC met at Holiday Inn Ing.: the slate of of I'I/.cent for the
lain; and Ima Williams, social hour
GLADYS MOOTY show to be held Friday night in an Impressive open Graiid In-I was enjoyedin Wednesday afternoon of last During the program Mrs. coming year. It wan announced
: Organist. I
stalling the
Phone 96..7608AndersonUnderhill (March 10, were made at the ceremony last Friday nightat The following officers downstairs receptionhall week where refreshments were W. It. NoJlmnn read several] that the spring .lueeting of
I I where the table I
regular meeting Monday night Installed for the ensuing year: with, an arrangement of poems from a book compound I
at the club house. The show Call Street.A meeting. Dioseenn Council "Catholic
Worthy Matron. Mildred.Wood- the Worthy :Matron's flower by members of the
is under tho direction of Mrs. beautiful artificial lilac MrLeS'ter/ Crews, provided chapters Women will be held on- -Wednesday .
burn Worth Patron, N. L. lilacs and her and
; : color schemaof '
Curtis Edwards, Fine Arts bush! was placed in the East and :Miss, :Madge Middleton compiled by Ruth March 15"at: the Jacksonville -
Wood burn; Associate; Matron blue and lavender Lucille Martin
was carried entitled "WliliUndying
and the West and Beach Wonuin-'a!
d I Chairman.Mrs. arrangements gave report on the district
Wino Mae Putnam Associate out.Little ,
: ''Elzle Sanders, presi- of lllaca adorned the ; meeting In Jacksonville: where RemembrHIlh'lI.\ ( Bench Blvd. Mrs! : Richard:
Patron E. KLI rules Secre- Nollman
dent, conducted the meetingand secretary's desk and the piano. ; Mrs. E. Li. Matthews took part gave u paperon Richards will rep )eHenfb> St.
tary, Cleo F. Harley; Treas- Army and! Weapons
!Mrs. Gene Shaw gave the five candelabra and small arrangements In a special memorial' serviceto used Edwards as a voting delegate.
r Irma S. Buford Con- Women / by the
urer, ; Army durIng
devotional. Mrs. ''Larry Mc- of candles and lilacs Mrs. L. A. Davis', who Present at this
f fI fi fr was meeting was
7pirTidliti ductress, Louise L. Harden the Civil War. Mrs. Walla!
a ;
J; Alll3ter was Introduced as a ) were placed at strategic Associate Conductress Lillie To Meet MondayA a past state president. An Llpsey read lines from 'I Father Edward Kirbv kator,
guest. points throughout the hall. Morgan; Chaplain: (CatherineSingletary : Invitation was extended by the Out For Mercy" by "h1l.'I' and! his mother Mrs Anne
r Mrs. Cue Kopclousoa educa- Irene Johns, Past Grand Organist! program on hairstyling State President to all members Hale.
; EvelynW. t'lvbv. or Umorlck Ireland -
tion chairman, announced that Matron of the Grand Chapterof and skin care will be pre- to attend Open House at the
Bradley; Asian Gladys U. IIoHtesHOH were Mrs.
April 13/) would be Open Houseat Florida, was a distinguished sented by Keith Reddish at Judah P. Benjamon Memorialat '
Edwards; Ruth, Fronlo Crews; Richards and Miff: tester
i the Library and the an- guest on this occasion. the Little Women's Club meet- Gamble Mansion at Ellen- Altar Society
Esther, Allegro McRae; Mar- Humphries.
nual art show. She also asked Outgoing officers openedthe 7:30 ton ,
at March
Ing Monday night : on ]6. Plans
tha, Eva R. 'Gentry; Klecta.' Activities
members ,to contribute moneyfor ; meeting. Gladys Odom led o'clock at the club house. Memorial Day services will I
Gladys Odom; Warder !UvelynHaney :
subscriptions the: Lord's Prayer, and the Hostesses for the be held
magazine March
ScntlmiJ l. John L Bradley meetingwill 23 at 4 o'clockat St. EdWHrds' Altar
8 Society;;
I for the public library. pledge of allegiance was followed ; Chaplain; Katherine Sln- be Sandra Hugglna and the Crosby Lake Cemetery held their monthly meeting!,: A Classified Ad in the :TEI.E-

Mrs. Charles Sawyer an- by group singing of the Melody Cuttino. I with Mrs. Ruby Johns, chair last Wednesday night at the GH.VPII brings results.

nounced that the Junior Club Pariah hall with Mrs. Henry

I would sponsor a bicycle safety

clinic, Friday (March 17 at
10 a.m. at the side of the p

I fk high school auditorium.Mrs. '

I. Margaret Colson nounced. Eugene that the Tanner club would an-

AnnouncementThe Wed In April give an Easter party for the 1

ITo sponsored cottage at Sunland /lMIliM1hOJJ

engagement of Miss '. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Training Center on March 13. 7fr' /

Patricia Jean Anderson to announce the engagement and All members attending shouldbe

Sammy L.. Smith Is announcedby approaching marriage of their at the club house at 0:30

her parents, 11>11'. and Mrs. daughter (Margaret, to Stan a on.: 4'IP1 \
Clifford I* Anderson of Pa- LaRue Williams, son of Mr. Mm. Carol vou Rouser gavea \ \ \\,

latka. The prospective bridegroom !: and :Mrs. James O. Williams brief report on the Arts and
Is the son of Mr.s. Paul of Jacksonville. Crafts Festival in Jacksonville )JPARADE IliI

Vnderhlll of Starke. The wedding will take place (Mrs. Curtis Edwards gave a ) I

Miss Anderson Is a graduateof I 8 report on Junior Day which
Friday April 21, at p.m.'In.
Forest Lake Academy In ., the First Baptist Church was held In Jacksonville. The Reflect your best imago h eI eIin

Orlando and is employed us in Starke Juniors won a first
with a reception following
secretary to the administratorof place citation for having the
the Starke Woman's Club.
Putnam Memorial Hospital.Mr. best questionnaires in the dis- the cool and lustrious look of a

Smith, a graduate of Miss Colson Is a graduateof trict. This was awarded by
Bradford High School and Dacron and wool suit by Style Mart "
:Bradford High School, is em- the District IV director.
St. Johns River Junior College.
ployed at Clay Electric In Mrs. Wayne Whlffen
She is a lab technician at the gavean This IM a rare find! a 'unit worthy of> KMM-lat| P +
Keystone Heights. J. Hillls Miller Medical Cen- interesting program on display on thntM occasions when you put your -

ter in Gainesville.Mr. Germany, illustrated with .best. self forward. But practical tar Stylo Mart's '
slides of the Berlin wall, and cooling blend of flnrspim wool for silky MoftnpHN i ,
5, / <
St Mark's AuxiliarySt. Williams graduated from other scenes. She also gave a and ItiuTon, polyester' that hold B crease and S > b

Rlbault Senior High SchoolIn brief talk on Communism. Kliuii' wrinkles. Even through the. muffjrlwit, days.

Mark's Auxiliary of the Jacksonville and Is a junior During the social hour, refreshments I)nn merit the rnftlouloiw attention of i \ eStyle

Episcopal Church will meet at the University of Flori- made by the favorite Mart tailors who press and shape the milt } W F y

Monday March Ib: at 7:20: da, majoring ,in marketing., recipe of each member i t every stitch of the way so that the look I ,

p.m. In the parish house with I All, friends and. relatives are attending were displayed and : you buy IM the look you kel'I"F10rshiem .
Invited to attend the weddingand sampled.
Mrs. Herbert Thomas as hos f ,
tess. V+ I rt'"r
Underhill, HomeIs S

_--- Scene OfHousewarming ... $49.95
r' ..:=:..r $19.95 upARROW up 1

Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Underhill -..

were honored at a house- DECTON \Q\

warming Sunday afternoon at ,

their new home on Primitive '

Baptist Church road, given '*y PERMA-IRON SHIRTS f I / t t

Mrs. R. A. Underhill, Mrs. Bill )
I Blackburn, and Mrs. W. T. Ik. ........W..r Draaa ...,... W. h.nd" Ie av i

Smith. I|I ......... Luxurious. bled of 45% Oicron9 poty..Mr-34* 1 r

I Yellow and gold hyblscus., cotton twnblai dry wrlnkla-frea' raady to go. With s h ,
I ... faaturatt fin/ medium con.,., '
J were used on, the guest book : quality taparad ipntad 'I rd"
I table and white roses on the "l y.n4 ncrwwl chip-proof button*. "Swifwind "Hut"' whiM .ndMOMd i in
I &Ud colors
} coffee table In the living room. w>

The dining room table was $5 \ \ 5 ,
J:5 \ -
covered with a white and silver ; ;

embossed linen cloth and .

was centered with a milk glass $, \ \ r
punch bowl. At one corner of lit \ r!" '

the table was an arrangementof t tI ",
wit r '!tq "
spring flowers. ,. \;
The hostesses! presented the

honored couple with a barstool .... "

as a memento of the ....
occasion. I '

Approximately 40( guests ,, I / ,4? ,_.. .,
f--: -:-::--:-:- -'- called between the appointed N ? P' ', ".'...rr.lR.rrsr .. .
hours, three to six o'clock. ..ewp .
Linda M. Crews
ass.. .-,n;
Bonita Fay GreenEngagement di '. sw //fIj.;
To Wed Mr. ,Smith Neva Jayne Flynn -'"

ToldMr. [ MI:', and Mrs. Charles W. Has Birthday PartyNeva c fi; the { i p'..

and 1 frs. William H. Crews of Kingsioy Lake announce c ....,.

Green of Lawtey announce the the engagement 'and Jayne Flynn celebratedher girl who .,

engagement and approaching approathh1g' marriage' of their seventh birthday Friday
marriage of their daughter, 1 daughter. 'Linda Mayellen to afternoon Feb. 24, when her 'i 4 Cinderella'
t v
Bonita Fay, to Alvin B. Howard James KIrby Smith. son of Mr. mother, Mrs. George Flynn Jr i "f : ;' has ball-
Jr.. son of Mr. and and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith of gave a party for her and tF 1 '

:Mrs. Alvin B. Howard, Sr., Starke.: eight ,girl friends.A eI, I 1 rH;:;;; ; 1q ;
: fihe'sthebrlghl.etbiootnof
pink and white color rcolor
of Starke.
The bride-elect is a graduateof ,
:" ,( i on the F.eter.rree.;
Green Is 1066 motif was carried out in the v '
Miss a graduate Bradford High School and G''E' "IT'f. a a flmvor print imnrkdrmirithat I
of Bradford High School. attended St. Johns River Junior party decorations. The refreshment f. .. ....r'" ,; '...du..ble..lt.. I ..

!Mr. Howard Is a 1963 grad- College for two years. She table was covered ? r: .f'toM dainty.Airy voile,blend. ,
uate of BHS and Is now serving Is now employed at the University with a pink crepe paper cloth I I S 0fAI0', HAM{ of 6576 Dnerun*polymcompletel" .....

in the U. S. ArmyPlans I of Florida.Mr. and centered with a blrthda I ry, '",3 "'colloo, "

are being made for Smith Is also a graduateof cake decorated In pink and ii : a' 4-tr...
white. The girls received fav ;
a May wedding that will be Bradford High School and $6'
ors of marble bags, with their I. -
held at the Hellbronn Springs Is now in his fourth year in -. ,- -. '
Baptist Church. All friends the College Pharmacy at names hand-painted on thorn, ',.
d .
e e. t
filled with marbles.
and relatives are invited. 6 / .
the University of Florida. Y 10. i'
Enjoying the affair with ,
The wedding will be held Neva Jayne 'were Adrian Bar .... ,., ; .....

Beta Sigma Phi Saturday, April 22. at 4 p.m. ry, Claire Ann Turner, Ste. S .,
the Methodist Church
at First ( Suzanne Saw- .
phanie Green
Gives Hobo Party with a.,,reception following In yer, Cindy Canova, Kathleen ,0 ,

Fellowship Hall. All friends McGriff, Barbara Godwin and
For Rushees
and relatives are. Invited to
Rhonda Orlffls. Assisting Mrs.

,Beta Sigma.. Phi's: _annual attend.- ,- Flynn were Mrs. G. J. Me- M Y., ,e Great Values at
Grtff Jr: and Mrs. Robert
Ruth! Party was held !Monday ,

night, Feb. 27, at'; the NEHA Meeting >. Turner. u r EASTER Time
[.Starke Recreation Center with

',members and ,honor(! I rushees 'At-Hospital' i( Here. Birthday Party For

'enjoying a hobo party. '
Members 'and guests came The Florida :.Crown c chapter! Stephanie GreenMrs.

In hobo costumes and prizes of National Executive' Housekeepers .

were awarded to C. W. Slade Association met In..the Jimmy Green gave a

and Miss Wanda William for staff room of Bradford County" birthday party Saturday afternoon wca

being "the best dressed." A Hospital last Thursday for her daughter Ste.

chili supper waa enjoyed.Mrs. night., R. E. Edmondaon hoepltal phanie, who was celebratingher .

Eloise Loudon of Lou- administrator, made the seventh anniversary.The .
address. party was held at the
don's Beauty Shop presenteda welcoming
home of Mrs. W. ''M. Smithon
Wig Show and demonstration Mrs Lila Caldwell ''Introduced : Connies 4T iK Fsv? 5%. TV
Pratt-Street where the St.Patrick's For <
for the sorority and their ,
the president of the Spring Beguiling. -
Day theme waa car- >
!Mrs. Ervln, Andrewsand '
guests. chapter, Mrs. Lydia 'Lovely,: comes on strong
ried out in the party decorations.
Mrs. Townsend Strick. Hi
and Mrs.. Anne Vestal, peat
...with (ha
The refreshment table
land were models. president.and treasurer of. the ; i '
Bingo was and played, during awardedto the National Board; also the was rick covered cloth decorated with a with St. Pat.leprechauns I,, 11 Easter Parading.. tailoredpump ,> f
evening prizes Mrs. Edmondson
the winners. guests Mrs. and the birthdaycake ( A lot of tot...,. .... "bees- \ .
Loyree Cocomlse, president of I white : dctal tfw. .ho, .. "'I)
decorated with to
Rushees honored were: Wan- the Hospital :Auxiliary, Mrs. was LI, j Cor fatter .. and after. A eomplata Ii".. of Easter and Spring you'll vY t "
da Williams Joyce Conklin T. A. Yawn and Mrs. Dorothy I and green shamrocks. Centering 114' 1 dr..... and sups await" you al faglaa. Sly lad ..pecI.lly: for t... b.The look* rng( d y ft.r d.y. .
you'll want' M
Martha Dyat!, Martha Sue Moultrie, assistant aide to Mrs. the table. was a Hallmark girl who knows and .ppr< leprechaun. .
McCain, Joan Epp, Shirley Caldwell. 11 original'*. Seta 1.20. "fathiona. .
Douglas Bobble Faye Chaff, Mrs. Flora Holder Introduced The youngsters/) enjoyed I .'

Gayle Strickland. Diane Star Judge T. A. Yawn, games and refreshments during (r( $20 $$8.00 up

Frances Tyre Georgia the party hours and were nOM
ling, guest speaker who
spoke on .y So flat'artng . dulling featuradtrawt
and given favors of Silly: Putty vary
Rayburn, Kathy Hegff.The the Responsibility of Cltlzen- IJ"
Marching H.ndWgi ,_ $7 ., for $ptl"gl" the atons aiicitingitylal. 3
rushees were presentedwith and Py! Dough. MOM TO $10
ship.Refreshments Salact' your now for f..", ..
favors as mementoes of were servedat Mrs. ,Smith assisted :Mrs.:

the occasion. the dose of the meeting. Green in serving and caringfor

the children, ___.




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Season TORNADO BHS Thinclads Tie For Third In GHS OpenTornado


trackmen: opened 1 mined by the final event, the the 800-yd. run. Mile Run -5 McRae [Stephens, Chasteen, Belote
Cagers Bow 4347In r ,their 1967 season with a third- twq- 110 relay Going Into the< stark 's Flen Gnann, another I, 4:63.9.: Dyal 8:21: .0. Hall 46,8.
L place tie with Jacksonville I final event the Taylor County Junior, won the 120-yd. high 440 yd Dash-Maruca: 575, Two Mile Run- 4- Me
Paxon In the annual Gainesville Bulldogs led GaS 33-31 H, but hurdles with the respectabletime Orlggs/ 89.8.. and Pata 627. Rae 10::58.0.
High School open end GUS took a third place to pick of 15 6 and tied for thirdIn 180 yd LH 3 [tie] 880 yd. Relay 3 -BHS
I Finals s. CJisf meet last Wednesday afternoon up six. points and almost win the! 18c>-yd. low hurdles. Onann 21.3, Belote 22.8. I [Chasteen Chllson, Belot
Region I on" the University of the meet. Hurse was also Impressedby 830 yd. Run-3- Scoggins: Stephens) 1:380.:
I Florida oval. Jacksonville: Bollcs took third two ninth graders John 2:079: Trawlck 2:13.6: Flynn 660 yd. Run i...1 Soogglm,
but BHS and Paxon.. had. 33% place with :29 Vi ;points followed .Stevens who ran a 10.6 100-' 2248.: 1296.: 'S.
A valiant bid against overwhelming halftime The Big Red's cold late Tornadoes In the first had period to wait JhntTewDte 1 points., Clasa/A/ Parry won the by Lake City, 28; Orange yd. dash and David McKnight Mile Belay 5 -. BHS 220( yd.' Dash.>' McKnlgh<
streak lasted 25/ field the
odda saw Bradford's 1 through. I until 1:08: was l left In. the second a meet, nudging Class AA. GHS Park, 23; Chlefland, 17; P, K.Yonge who turned the 220yd. dashin [Warren, Kauffmaii, Beam 295 Hall 252.,. A.. '. Crawford
but -
lose 43- goal attempts they gradually
1607 Tornado eager. the win being deter- 18 North 12 265. I
38.3754, ; Marion., ; 23.5, Onann] 3:42.8.: .
:37 in overtime to Crestvlew fought back. quarter. Tornadoes viciously f 'klle ''Retail't.' .. '
second belt CreK- The were Green Cove Springs, 3. "and The Tornado trackmentorsaid 1,320 yd. Run --Dyal Tw9 ITra-
last Saturday in the fnals of :By the eQd of the third In the cut 'down last Saturday night Santa Fe failed to score. h, expects to have his 3:469.: wick Warren Dyal,, Origgs
I Tournament period they had whittled the view Wall shooting pne BHS Golf TeamIn
tho Class A Region and two
by Crestvlew men) Severer of Jacksonville Bolles by several 440 yd. Relay -f3: -BHS 7:470.
of the strengthened
in Kicevllle. score to. 28-23, a five point In the latter part Tornadoes in striped shirts: with wblstles. Tri-Match Today won the 100-yd. dash in 10.2 squad additions from the basketball: I .. II _..
but the
Coach, Warney Adklnson'sToroudoes' deficit. In that period they third period, ;Mostly by the :men In the end the 220-yd. dash in, 22.9..
)had beaten Lake outscored the Bulldogs 86. I ,never got that far. striped shirts with whiatle- while Agner of Perry took. I' '" I""'"
City 4-32 In the preliminaries A determined effort in the Junior Paul McLeod had the 15 happy attitudes.; It was a sad Tornado)Love golfers and will take Orange on the mile run In 4:42.7: and the BHS meet times, with De Witt C. Jones Funeral Home f
final minutes the for BHS to match Green those who' placed so Indicated
Friday! jnlght ,to reach the eight saw point the hard fighting
affair ea Thursday 320-yd. run for the meets only
In Tornadoes outscore the Bulldogs -, ;Bulldog's! leading scorer, Jerry Park this afternoon [ .1.were'
finals, only los out boys from Starke bravely doublewlnners.But STARKE PHONE 96&& ;ZOQ
their third overtime contest 14-9 ,to knot the score. Davis, who bad a 31; point tried to overcome the obstacles : ] Spring'\ -snatch -lu .Green Coach David Hurse was,/ 120 yd. HH -1- Qnann ; 'I, f
tJiceville 37-37 at the close of regular average, for high. scorer. the Cove at 3 p n> Crawford HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
of the season. Many couldnt dumped in their path to The Tornadoes are now "well: pleased"\ with the per 15 3, Norman 19 7 KEYSTONE -
fans, who had grown more embarrassed play. Coach Adkinson : State Tournament. formamie of several of his 17.9. a
the wore Buit\ Crestvlew ended up pralae his 2-1.2 zone defense one and one, having 8Pl1t'a
: as game !In 25 years of close affiliartlon Tornadoes. Junior/ William 100 yd. Dash Stephens
Ad- with the) tip to start the over. enough after It held take Cityto pair with Class AA Galn Rental ..5ervi
on, apploglzed to Coach with high school athletics, Scoggins was high point man 106 Chasteen 107, Belote, \eja I'i
klnson after the game for! the time and promptly went Intoa 32 points and then Crest- I: have never seen such flagrant High Schoolylrst for the Tornadoes with eight 10.8 Chllson 110 Hall 113.
stall until McLeod to 43 In overtime. TheTornadoes' golfer for BH$ HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
treatment his Tornadoes received Wayne view errors as I saw la Nicer fOUJf point a win in the 660-yd. A. Crawford 11.3, Orlggs' 115. ,
Willie shooting was far In the two matches to date
in the championshipgame. fouled Crestvlew's vine. I have never told a team run. not' a .common event, at S. Crawford 11.7, and Patrick ... .
1:17 left. He to for the tournament have been BUI Adams Jim CRUTCHES -- .
I Campbell with : from up par ,that I thought "they had a 1:1:296 and a third place in 11.8.
BHS's leading rebounder' put :the. Bulldogs on top for They hit: only 27 percent 1 game stolen from them by,the Godwin, Harry Hatcher andJ. I
(Larry. Brown: was fouled out keeps with two charity shots. against! Lake CItY'and!I referees. But that has all' Roy. Chastetn. F
early in the third period. after Gordon Jones added two 28 per cent against Great- changed now, because I tolda >
sitting out most of the second more free throws at the 44 View, compared to tfreic' season tear-stained band of gallant' TerwillegarAnd .
quarter:; with four mistakes -' second mark then hit a lay- average of around 40 Tornado warriors just after
called on him. With the up Just in front of the buzzerto per'.cent. Saturday's !game, and meant ,Sawyer Win
game tied 37-37 the Tornadoes ; &,Lve'the Bulldogs a 6-() ,Going by,that, Coach Ad- every word of what 'I said Rotary Tourney
got a tip as it bounced -' overtime edge and tit ;RegionI kln on .ald, the "Tornadoesshouldn't In college\ basketball:. It ]is .
off an official to start the championship.: have won. either a known fact that the. home Clyde Terwlllegrar., presidentof Drive, the WIN N E H.,
overtime. But the whistle The Tornadoes outscored the game. He credited' the tight ,team has the advantage and the Starke Rotary Club,, .
blew play dead, a jump ball, ] Bulldogs 10 points from the BHS defense. with keeping H seems that this same irksome and Charles Sawyer won the
was' called,'and Crestvlew got, field, sinking 15 field goalsto them, in the tournament. tendency Is now taking Rotary District. Golf Tourna-
:the; tip the second time I Crestvlew' 10. The Bulldogs You have'a'gpod\' defense over in the high school ranks. ment by shooting a beat ball
The Tornadoes'! opened! up made, up the deficit in when you! can .shoot like that Starke outshot the Crestvlew 70 at the Deerwood Country
an early 9-2 lead over Crest- foul shots, getting 23 in 27 and stay 1 W 4 baUgame." tha. team from the field goal side Club course In Jacksonville FORDWins
View's Bulldogs, but went cold attempts to BHS's 7 in 10 Tornado mentor said. by 15 to 8 .In the regulation Wednesday of last week.
and the first period ended attempt. Crestview was shootIng The Tornadoes outscored contest and made only 7 free The tournament wy a feature
1111. They trailed 22-15 at one-and-one cfcarity: shot Lake City all the way in- Fri throws while' Crestview was of the Rotary District
day's preliminary to win. three 21. Both of the
racking up Assembly.
of four from the Tigers for referees were from West
the season and avenge the Florida, and: while I do not First and Second Places
I loss J In, Florida Star Conference, accuse 'them of deliberately
Introducing a Neighbor play. ''Wayne McLeod had 14 throwing the game, I do feel
points and Paul McLead 10 that their actions were to some
for the Tornadoes while Lar- degree slanted toward the INDAYTONA
.BILL POWELL ry (Brown had .9., home-standing crowd. Sad ,

".' "PHONE 964-6464 xe Crestview got past Nice- sad.
40 i W. MADISON ST. vllla 62- 1 In the preliminaries 1. also realize that the game
to beat them for the. fourth ia called in the judgment of 500THE

....Appointed recently as time this season. the officials. I reserve the
Ending their season with 23 right to disagree, and .in my
a Nationwide Insurance ,, r wins against 7 defeats, a 76 judgment they called a one- 1

..... agent in your community, per cent average, the Tor- sided game. Accuse me of un-
,.. you'll find him a good man nadoes closed out 'one of the sportsmanlike attitudes if WORLD'S FASTEST 500-MILE AUTO RACE .

to know. He ia highly trained to serve your most successful basketball of the you will, 'but had you been ; .
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there I am aura you
every, insurance need, including Auto, Fire, school. From 16-11 last yearIn agree that my thoughts about This Grueling Test of Speed and Endurance Proves Ford'sAllRound i

Life Health-all through one organization | Coach Adklnaons first sea the game are not just sour .

Nationwide.He may save you many important son 237.at BHS they, Improved. to grapes.Congratulation to poach By Lynn Hamilton Quality. So Why Be Satisfied With Less Than:::;; I

dollaca #in the process,too. Both of Adklnson'a BHS Adklnson's team for a great
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Ila would appreciate the opportunity to prove j cage teams have made it to season, with 23 who and J PROPER EQUIPMENT e
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Some boatmen are: equip
I Statistics Lake City GlUM ment bugs who overload 4 reasons
Crestview Game BHS 13 10 10 11-14 their rigs with seldom used 4 good
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.515 Buoyant cushions -
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but life jackets are recom- u
mended for youngsters and
: Y nonswimmers.Many I

boaters UnderesH-.
rrw'N' mate the need for an' anchor

I and plenty of line. Itr can
any prevent mishap during any

E1Ti emergency. A minimum of ,
10O feet of 'anchor line la. rec-
ommended. Bow and stern
.w..... lines are needed' to' properly
moor your boat. Line is Inexpensive -
.., and one of the
..,.... most common and irritating
mistakes is to have too little
aboard.. ,
Every rig should have a
WESTINGHOUSE Coast' Guard approved fire
; extinguisher. It should be
::- 14 Ft. Westinghouse secured ''In'' a bracket. located

Instantron sound-picture near the 'steering position for
, REFRIGERATOR 1 full year parts and labor- Immediate access. H should 67 Mustang Hardtop ?
S really that's enough; but also be checked periodically .
Y to see that it! operates
U* there Is .-j prop
more memory
:::, WESTINGHQUSEAUTOMATIC FREE fine tuning. you Nt it once erly.Smaller' gear should be secured .:,

::' Most daring offer in \ wn. and' never lose adjustment in a locker. or storage 1. You'll be driving America's No.'"1 Fun Car :? 1 -

w. Big family size full porcelain from station to station. compartment of A tool kit, consisting the one that's\ outsold all imitators by over a million. Prices.,start as low as
pliers screwdriver
: WASHER interior bandy butter I spark plug wrench. cotter 2. You'll live it up in the all-new larger, sportier

: keeper oo pins, extra spark plugs' and a Mustang, loaded with better ideas for '67. 3, You'll 2"s o0 0 .

15 pound giant of giant' .. 00 $ spare aboard.prop'A ,first should aid,always kit. 'Will be get the best deal In town. 4. A rough winter up $ 'J 900' saae.zs
big y II. P. motor big "
144WITH 1 come in handy for temporary north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that .
N geat 'and best transmission, treatment
I of minor Injuries. must
<4< water temperatures new" 266 6 move now. Yes prices the
With I Additional recommended \....,, : on sporty new
C ,Jlnt :'filter. Everything you Trade equipment Includes: flashlight Mustang Hardtop start at an

a could desire. TRADE flares or other signaling I Visit your unbelievably low figure. See
N devices a bailing'device
It's Hard To Believe- two-tone whistle or horn, I Ford Country; us today for our low prices,
high trade-ins and monthly
boat fenders, an car'cu: pad 11III1' I I easy
; But Only J dle, a reserve fuel supply!: and headquarters terms to suit your budget Get

a container of fresh water.If your Ford Dealer's' selling price,
...It. REG. GIFTS just to come in and, browse from! properly stowed, the today!

$ selection of over. 100 appliances. Other recommended equipment will i
tI: not
$219 : with your fun.

ttl' 88 specials pn display too numerous, to rnen-- But, in case of emergency' it
a:: will be ready for Immediateuse. TERWILLEGAR

=., >a.ation.. Don't miss this gigantic carload sale.. .. .. .. MOTORS

rt, THE RIGHT POINT for the
Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and'Union
the way yon write. Come In

,1 < Slade Gas and Appliances I and select yow favorite ES- Counties and Keystone Heights

TERBROOK fountain .,... .06 W. MADISON ST. Starke Florida.A.OE PHONE! $64.800
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Local Give Boost The New Math t-te-give *tud nt.. a .b eIt.J; I Waeaer-vat tha. L, Bl Ai/nv>
Buyers derstnnding) of the reasons Triple General HoVpllal 111Hmo1ilu ]
-. .. -- -- Explained To behind what they were doing.I I \ ;:"HiiWall,
r Rotarlan.t seemed Mr*. Haddock"Ie tptn d -|
Confused Rotary generally, I I ufhtor
Bradford FFA And 4-H Club Steers I to be Just as puzzled oy the I of "Mr" ami MrW.; H. B.J
. Warney Atkinson, BUS'' anew math" as they wore by Eaeterllns of toute t, Stacie.
math Instructor and basket-I I the "old ninth' One commented Airman Haddock, wik! > H ''ita-1

bull coach, explained the "new "1' hope'the Intetnul! tlrmofi* dVHldUTiBrt "AITU.' ln|
math' to Staike Rotations. Revenue Derailment duuxn't, Honolulu l le tho .Cry'} of; Mr:\ : I

Bring Good Prices At G'ville Show at WodneHduy.their luncheon meeting gat hold of that" and..e tune Mr .Beach K. H. HafUlufufc of I Ii

Atkinson said that principles Recent Births "
of the "old math" were

still used In teaching the "new Classified Ad the :TELK-
Airman let Clans and Mrs.nicha.rd A In
match," but that the main
L. Haddock announcethe
purpose! of the new system Is GRAPH brines result
I 1 birth of a son, Michael

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P. J. Novak, manager and I)a\id !Coat. |.resl- Reserve Champion -flti- II

dent of Starke- rRdlord County Chamber of' 4 y I

I Commerce are plrturrd with Blake HiuuUtnn and Zuclc Edwardtt whose Angue was JudgiHl reserve (hum- ,
CbutH. un active bidder for Chamber of Commerce and*
his. blue ribbon steer |mr ha iid by the CJui.niber pion of the show, IH shim with Ron Jnoob. of the t'nher- !
at lout Thurwluy'H. euccesatul show and ...ale.I slty Inn Gainesville', high' bidder on the 870-pound .t-er. Ills Holiday Inn; Is mirruundrd, by FFA land ,l-H exhibitor-" : (Jury
and Walter Prevail loft Melvin, Emory Frpvutt, Jr., OlenRitch
entry brought Zuck! a total of '9 1.20.
I Nine steers, shown 'by Brad. made an "add on" offer to and Cwll StuJnukpr.er'a .

t ford County FFA and 4-H bring the price of all Brad
, Club members, brought $1- ford County steers up to 60 da Livestock Show I in Madison ducer's Association (Farmers -'br Cleaners of Gainesville I Walter Prevail. and Gary Pre.
721.14 to their owners at the cents a pound If they brought last week. Mutual l xrhange: of Starke. ) for 53 cents a pound, vats I
Greater Gainesville Area. Show less than that at auction. Zack's steer brought a total for !Q6 cents a pound. plus a five-cent add from I The Bradford Chapter FFA
uid Sale at the Gainesville \Mn Awards. of 97 cents a pound, including Gene Melvln's 718 pouqd Holiday Inn of Starke. team that took second( placein
Livestock :Market last Thurs Besides selling their steers the pa. cents paid by: Angus was bid In by One.,. Emory!: :Prevatt' Jr.'s 780 Judging wan: composed of ,
day night, at favorable prices, the Brad. the successful bidder, Ron Hour Cleaners of Gainesville pound Angus was purchased Greg Alvarez, Cecil Stalnaker, I II
Total weight of the nine ford 4-11 and FFA boys also Jacobs of Gainesville's University I., at 62 cents a. pound and received Iby I J. Emory (Red) 'Cross of and James Mott, I 4 fa
: Bradford steers was 7,231 figured In the special awards. Inn and a one cent an add-on boost; of five tjainesvllla for'' "51 cents a Bobby Taylor, assistant '1 note fan wear

i pounds, making the average Gene Melvin of Brooker, add-on to all steers In the cents a pound from Holiday pound, plus a 10 cent add-on( Bradford County farm agent I VAN MELJ SEEN'A
price per pound slightly over won a handsome trophy for show :by Sid Grossman of Inn of Starke, and ten centsa by Milton( Brownlee'' of Gaines. and 4-H Club advisor, said r1 >
65 cents. first place In Showmanship, Gainesville. pound from! :Fred McDavtdQuartethorse ville. the steers offered by the boys .1417" VANOPRES$."-

Observers described the sale and Emory Pievatt, Jr., of Blake Hamilton's 800-pound Farm, His total I David Stalnaker's 831 pound were "as good as any In the I' ? r i i in, all cotton Oxford
as the most enthusiastic and Starke, took third place In Angus was purchased( by the was 78 cents, including 01'0118.1 Hereford went to Alachua State," and seemed to be I 1 .,
Sta e-Bracttorcl County Chamber 1 ma 's one cent over-all addon. I Milling for 60 i ? ; a Permanently pressed the day tt wit mid 01 fl
most profitable tor the exhibitors the same contest. In addition, Enterprises "the kind that packers want, ._ r -It will never need pressing e..In." .:.. J*
la recent years. '''It Melvin received a $20 gift of Commerce for 53 cents cents. remitting in the good prices, ,
was better than the State certificate from Tho RancherIn a pound. Walter :Prevntt's 795 pound I In addition to Zack Edward : "All the boys are happy over ; .i White K Itripefl,
Fair," one experienced cattle Gainesville. Holiday Inn of Starke purr j Angus was purchased\ by Wln\,- ?' reserve champion, blue the results" he added. j Pastel 1

man said. I The Bradford Chapter FFA I chased Cecil .Stalnaker's 839 Dixie for 59 cents a pound, ribbons wore won by David I Preceding the sale! the large

FFA and 4-H Club leaders' team took second place in pound Herefoid-Angua crops plus a one cent add from,, Stalnaker, Emory Pi'evatt, Bradford delegation, enjoyed a 1ii ,
attending the show Bald the judging, and the 4-H Club ;, for 57 cents a pound, and co- from Holiday Inn of Starke, I tBlake Hamilton, and Cecil barbecued beef supper with '
boys were encouraged by the team was third. Staike Chapter :I purchased Glen Rltch's 732, Gary Prevatt's 757 pound Stalnaker. Red ribbons went the capacity crowd attendingthe

interest shown In their steers FFA placed fourth In''i pound Angus with Cotton Pro- Angus went to Arnold Palm- to Glen Rltch, Gene Melvin, show. 'teekay'b1fa.; Co. '
and appreciate the support I Judging. OMAIiw' JW< 11*.,M M. ...... ... ,reM <.'
given them by local buyers. David Stalnaker of Biooker -

David Coats, president of theStarkeBradford was fifth in the Gain Weight Negroes StabbedIn B&E Attempted Three G.O.P.Candidates CARI OF TH\NKS Popular. .'Man-Styled"'lo.f.
County Chamber contest with, a steer that
The kindness and
of Commerce, was activein added two pounds a day;; for At Dahmer's of neighbors and friends sympathy in BUYS tr "MedewithtMyounperl' ,,
SUITS men In mind.. Slui ,31-*.
the To Here
bidding, purchasing one days.UeNf'r'C Appear our recent 'sorrow will always
ateer for the Chamber; another Champion Assault Case
remain with us a precious
for Holiday Inn, of I Zack Edwards of Starke, Bloodhounds trailed a Negro Three Republican dictates memory. Our sincere: thanks yauBodcocfeb !
which he is manager; and a adding to his already Impressive 1 man nearly to Hampton for the State Legislature will j and gratitude for all those Boys contemporary and traditional, sue New ulecllort"
third for Holiday Inn and Cot- laurels, took Reserve Two Negroes were stabbed, Sunday morning after an at attend an Informal get.to.... comforting acts.-Tha familyof of aping colon and fabric Styled with the younger.
ton Producers Association together of the show with one seriously, by an attacker tempted break-In at Dahmer'sDiscount gether at the home of ,
Champion G. D. Pierce. :Mr. and Mrs ilyla conscious man In mind SKIM' 8 2O
who House
entered their at 112 East I
sleeping 1
his 970-pound Black Angus. Charles C. Johns on Highway George H. Pierce, Mr. and
J. D. Odom< Starke cattleman Zack also showed the Grand quarters in Reno early Saturday Call St. 100 South at 8 p. m. Monday Mrs Govan Smith.
I and restaurant operator, Champion at the North Florl- morning II E. J Dahmer, proprietor, March 13. I 1300!
Robert Reese, 29, is In the was In the rear of the store VwER
I Intensive care unit at the about Sam. Sunday when /o The candidates are Ralph'tliomas"of I A riiutilned. Ad In the TELEGHAril -
Orange Park" and
University of Florida Medical I heard someone attempting'enter \\o .
brings re nlt.*
Tom 'Rowand of La.ce
A Case Record From a I
Center after being stabbedIn the store from Call I
nominees for the House of .
Chiropractor's File the back as he slept. Hit I Street. A young Negro man Rx ...M_,.,._._...._....,_,_ .
"' "' .Uy <>. and Mar tin
lung was punctured. His com ran when Dahmer rushed t<
panion, .1 the front of and I L.iOodna of Gainesville, Republican .
thirteen old has May Edda Avlnger\ the store '
CASE IIS11. A year boy a
24, was stabbed in faced each other nominee: for the
the lowe j 'they throw I
weak heart from rheumatic: fever. Condition was abdomen and also taken t tc i the window, according to Cftj, State Senate.
such that the boy could not engage in athletic activities the (Medical Center. Patrolman Charles Blalock.; The public is invited regardless -
at school. Charged with two counts ol f I Dahmer gave' chase, the I of political affiliation S lnlGIE '
QO ;
The boy was taken to a chiropractor during an assault 'with latent to commit: ''summoned Blalock from the''I to meet the candidates Ip! pn
headaches. An I murder and in the Bradford I police station Dogs from the and ask them questions! if I
attack of tonsilitis and severe examination '
w '
revealed a pressure on the spinal cord County Jail under $5,000 bond I State Prison trailed. the suspect I desired. !' ?aloe T 11 Work Saving APPLIANCES- :-at money saving ,prleast.
is Johnny Lee Shaw 2U toward Hampton but f'lO IUS
a hI : [
which had the entire body from function- I I
prevented ,
Ratliff f r
Negro from Lake City. Shaw the scent was lost On the ServicesTo ,
Ing normally. Removing the nerve pressure! not only waived a preliminary hearing, railroad .tracks. lig 1 14 cu. ft. Capacity NcvtrFroitREFRIGERATORFREEZER UP TO

corrected the tonsilitis and headaches but permittedthe Tuesday and was ',bound over.!I Police Chief Bill Rosser and 'Be Held

heart to make a recovery which had not pre to Circuit Court by County Asst. Chief Ken Fuqua took' 2 P.M. Saturday I f '
viously been possible. This boy now enjoys",* good Judge T. A. Yawn. part In the chase. t e lf| 144 Ib. Capacity 1

health and is able to engage in athletic activity. Reese came ,to Bradford.1 L. E. Ratliff, BO, of Graham, I? V .._ 1 ........ m nl qr'
County recently as an em- died. In St Augustine Tuesday! r r 1 dd! _- vt.r....' TRADE-IN AIIOWANCE _. i

Published as a public (service; feature by II ployee of a construction, firm Neqro Knifed; afternoon following a sudden. .3 Shelf ll' emd Kefri latket....fe.. Jhelve 9 w1,
a a
The N. E. Fla. Chiropractic Assn. Installing underground phone ', I Ulnens. I ,,,..,I t ; .Twin ....!Ioln Crlaperf Tndrln mwf W Ins Ihen i I l=am t f y ti t-,

wires. In Reno Fiqht Mr. Ratliff was a heavy i E 1// : ) II .D ep HandlaW, Starve 10 yeah .I/and In I Il _
The incident; occurred at ;a) equipment operator with S. ; wa===i=l e.ndltian i Lt ;
a.m. Saturday in a cabin at M. Wall Construction Co., ana ,
tola A 19-year-old Reno Negro y l ; ;+.; $259 ----& 110
Littles at 860 E. Brown- was etrlcken while at "jvojk. 110 '--
lee Street. Reese was stabbedas had a deep facial cut Sunday He was a native of Hamil- feu 'with ',ad' 'TO DOWN DELIVERS DOwli _
he lay In the bed. The morning as a result of tryingto ton County, and was a member _:- DOWN !

Avinger woman ran from the break up a fight between' of the Graham Baptist: ANY APPLIANCE ,1N! 1
cabin and was stabbed In Lit- two other boys. Church. aM
tles' cafe. was Surviving are his wife, Irene ITl1fn-W|,| Large Capadl>*
The Bradford Sheriffs Department down his face from under his Cain, Rathff, of Graham; two"

C"i'h"vf' and Starke Policeare left eye, down the cheek, toi sons, Colen M. Katllff, Gainesville ..1 FREEZER
cooperating in the Investigation 'i the upper lip, according to- and Walter Rathff, with -W i ;: : m.;

of the case. Patrolman Charles Blalock of the U. 8. Navy In California; .. I ..""" 11I..... ........' .
I the Starke Police Department. one sister, Mrs. Clyde Boycfof .h'..I R.teS '$19995
Fair Books Sammy (Sharpie) Clerk 17, dell; and seven grandchildren. A'4ypa. lads ...
was charged with disorderly Funeral services will bn --, Q vv 111 AI f .5 T.w bud Sf.I .....- ....law.
conduct by fighting and disorderly held at 2 p.m. Saturday in't6.i I I d I .....w.......,. gel...11I kad.. .
Give Data conduct by doing bodily -I I Graham BaptUt Church with; i. .r.w .3 A Week
harm. He forfeited bonds, Rev.. W. P. 'McBlroy end Rev i uS l I' Ilw ilw e.
To ExhibitorsThe totaling $53 in Mayor's Court Leland A. Baker officiating.
Tuesday night. Clerk turned I Interment will follow In. Santa!
himself In to the police Sun. Fe Cemetery beWitt '
1967 annual premium n I with| C. /
book for the forthcoming day.The' Jones ''Funeral Home 'In'chargeof : !
fight occurred on the -
arrangements. :
Bradford County Fair an dI j '
road outside
Charlie Jackson'spool L
I Strawberry Festival has been room In Reno, Blalock I .- / $$10 Jzc.
completed and 8,000..copl Mike Guertin $ _
said. $10 DOWN
i are in the process of bewB'' Services Held ?:.._ ? "III
distributed. l _' DOWN .
Sporting two bright red Burge SearingTo In St. Edward's; __ VIWI..AOIID NlVlIflOiT-'
strawberries on its cover, the -
book contains complete rules Be HeardIn Homer Joseph (Mike) Oueiv 21.. .--
I and regulations for exhibitors, tin, 64, died last Friday after. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER e 11 cv.ft.al e i
Check Yourself Every PaydayCheck 'and for those entering variouscompetitions Stetson RecitalThe noon' following a 'ainlden' 111- 11I to. Cap-city. heater .. Caivanlaac I$2. 2 995
: $ 9 5 Nl 103 'Ib. wi'
including Judging. senior piano recital of flees while at work 'on' his ,Ce -lore Magnetic. -. | 9 9 _, e Cold-kxk.. M.
how much you need to spend check what Special events are stated Burge Searing of Starke win job with the Independent Trie Twin PWcelaJn' Cll....,. .Twin rr.lain= Critpar* with trad

you can save. Then, quick deposit' your savings: calling the K-9 fipeclflo Drill Team attention of Jacksonville .)Lo- be held! at 8 p,m. Friday, In phone Stark Company, of Florida, Aduetabl| Tap Shall *gfy WaVk. .Qukk-Can* Dairy Slereige) J3.50AWaak

and check careless spending. Do this every pay- March 10, in Stetson Univer .
scheduled for -
opening Mr. Guertin l was born Feb. "
sity's Elizabeth Hall, Deland.
day and keep your savings account "on the grow". night, Wednesday, March[ Included on the .18. 1903 In SprIngfield( Mass. NO 1
When you check it for size, you'll see how bank 29; the Talent Contest for will be. Scarlattl'e program"Sonata and had Jived In. Starke for BIG CAPACITY FAMILY SIZE ,T10 ;

Interest swells the total. Don't let anything check Thursday night March SHI ; In D-Major", K 96," Bee- -the" past ten years. 1; r ELECTRIC DRYER AUTOMATIC WASHER DOWN

you start saving today, and keep on saving. Strawberry; Queen pageant, thoven's "ApasHlonata," 'the He Is, survived by one broth. .3.Pedtlat'' H... S Tw. .
March 31; 'and the Horn; "Second Piano Sonata"' by er o., Raymond J. Guertin, also Sel..'.... a AutanoHc. If
Check the other services this! bank offers you, Frolics scheduled for. Saturday fllndemlth, and "Le Tombeau oj Starke. GI." Un Cycl. -
ry .
check'any that may help you: Personal Checking April 1. De Couperln" by Ravel. Funeral Mass was held at Scr.. ap(nw"r'e/Ibs""d. 1.Thln.Wa.1l15 Cu. Ft. Freezes

Accounts, Personal Loans, Home and Modernization 'Friday, March 31, Is Children Searing attended Florida 6.30: pan Saturday in St. gnee.aelr... T.n..pe.tur. ---.we -
loans, Safety Deposit Boxes, and many Day, and all coiity| State University in Tallahassee Edward's Catholic Church, j of 0- Latch SelectI_ c,,... noun- MJ wumf'
school will close so studentscan before ,to which<: be was a member. Interment I .....wthbl.r'. ,
<2 MlA transferring o .w .CempIete f eed :
others. iT'_
-IPI visit the fair. was In the family led! $ 5
Stetson. He Is the son of Mr, Ceol Dew",1 S svIc. DftIJn := 1 9 99
A. usual, the grand openIng and Mrs. Earl B. Searing ,of plot 11\) St. Michael's! Cemetery, I I _

}FULL SERVICE HANK will be held at noon Starke. Springfield, Mans. DeWltt C. 110 $ i 2995 1 10 $17995 .= Sl"'" ..... ....

Wednesday, March 29, when The recital Is open to the Jones Funeral Home' was In ... ,... I DOWN w.'W, ......
HOME OWNED the Starke Rotary Club i* public at no charge. charge of local arrangements I I DOWN cosh.n ..... even I... .J.Y_ 1$ A W.._
host at Its free Rural-Urban trod. 1bt t es Ike"
c2.23.wish w..irwoh
3110 /iuw '2.75. .
State BankOF Fish Fry. Rotary committees
The Community are, already at work on this THE RIGHT POINT for the THE RIGHT POINT for the

event at which several die way. you write. Come Inand the war yon 'write. Come l In .
STARKE sand fair visitors\ will select your favorite. ESrmnnOOK and select your favorite ES-

MEMBER F. D. I. C. musical fried fish, hushpuppie,,thlU.j fountain- --. -pen.TELEGRAPH. TERDROOK TELEGRAPH,fountain" -- .pen.- 28 S. WALNUT ST. PHONE, 961- 289 ;HERMAN: WILLIS, OWner. ;
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14 and the clerk expressed TIlE RIGHT POINT for the d80_."' -v.N0TIeS contract with any peraon. firm PHKCIMCT NO. S Thereana' Clerk, Mrs. Jeani
pay for her supervising the tlon for drainage purposes. April TO CUKUITOltH I or corporation eUher publicor I (Crawford Bradford Cotinty i 1 IT .v : In..lor. MrH Mtit-,
Marshal Told clean-up or the City Hall. The council In February ordered doubt that a survey way you write. Coma In sad' All creditors of the estate xf private for the maintenance Pair Bulldlnir. starkn Clark tie Slbl.y Mre. Belle Qnann
cleaned out. can be completed by that time. select] your favorite ESTKHtiKOOH : MaUls P. Uahatran. ,ilepoanrit. and operation within .mild. \1 r. J. L. llntrv;: Innpertorn Mrs. Jerry Kodntt.PRKCINCT .
Marshall Jordan at onetime the ditch TELE- arn hereby notified and required County pf an ambulance nttrv-. i I M r.... MarIe J'.n<>yer, Mm. Wll : NO. 11
had been paid the $25 "If we shoot one I level I J. we Accepted< Williams' re .ouutaln pen. to file any rlulniH or Ice ; to authorlie said Board. to llum Plummer.Ir.! .. M. M. Mc- Hampton. city Hall. Hampton -
port tnat Traveler's had been GBAPII. demand. which they may hie ubnltllB the maintenance .find llne. Clerk Mr. W. H. Maxwell :
To Hold Line to clean up but the 1966 should shoot them all. UKalnat. Said. estate In the office operation of auch ambulance PRKCIM'T NO. .4 rlr Adklnn.Mr
council stopped that when it Councilman Scott said. "It "very fair" with the city 1" of the county judge of service from County piiblh Legion Hall, American LeSion :.e"lLmlar"iti\, : : BrllUrown l
I be paying approximately $8,000 llrndforil. County, Klnrldii. In fund In an amount not to Huiklinft. tUark Clerk. Mr.( .
was decreed the marshal! ; we ;io that one there'll a PIIKCINCT NO. 12
loUN'rv;/ jrnOE'S fOURT. the courthouse at SI'I'ke.o'lor- exceed twet\e tho-uaund dollar JunBpli A. CllMRy InHpectora. Mm.
dozen others." of $18,000 damages resulting ida within six calendar mo-ntha and to provide !Mary Neegel"l Mr Myrtle W. Lincoln City. Starke Public ,
i Continued From Page One]I would not be allowed to assume IN;/ AND FOIl HltADJo'ORlL'OlJN1'V. > per annum' : .
The $25 "I know it. but I'm con- from the three power plantgentrat FLiOHIDA.Jn from the data of the first I that the payment of nuch mibnldv Jones, Mrs.. N. It. Crawford.PltEcuCT I Library, Starko Clerk Mr. .
extra duties. fires Williams publication of thin notice. b2"rh | may be retroactive to NO. aPleasant Joseph H. Vallnnkl/ ; .
shall' wire and a member of then went to the clert as ex- cerned about that one," Ros- or last year. :MATTII3 r : KntiMO t*. OAHAOAN of I claim or demand mum be In January I. 10117. The purpuHial urovo, Bradford HlirhHchool Mr. Paul Raymond In..p..ct..i
the council said he should} : for th. clean I ler replied. laid the city Is not oI..c..n""lt< l wrltlnir and must .stats. tile the proposed net l la to In- Starke CI..rk.tr.' .... PIckerlnK. Mm.. Ruth ilrondway.PIIKCIXT .
rjenv money covered for shorts in gene % >' (' WF PHOBATH place" or r..ld..nc" and post. aura the availability of ...n- Nlta Mo Hue.; Innpvctom Mia.. : NO. ia A
stay within the budget but but was not a salary.Howevel' Councilman: Starling then TO ALL I'KHSONH': < PKKW.ST-/ :' : office address of the claimantund bulan service, to the people 1':1111: :Map (humiiln I Mm l Nick Rnwell TfirwIllPKitr Motor
she Bald she didn't want her I when me present moved to have the levels of rators as they should be. EH I'.N' THIS STATW OV :SAID. must be sworn to I by the of Bradford County. I ('rn..bv. Mrs. Wilma Kronen- (Kord). Starke C'lurk Mr*.
his or hla attorney I ov Prevntt inspectors. ., MrH.W .
I Agreed to re-advertise 1 "claimant agent. I noAitr> beraer. Jean :
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husband chasing speeders on council took office In Jan- all the ditches in town de- hereby: notified thata or It will I become void COUNTY COMMlulONERS.IIitAII.XItD: : I FIIKCINCT NO. I M. Smith. !Mm. Ethel Hollcndorf. -
n bad tire.Marshall. they stopped the $25 termined if they need It. paving bids and call for a wrltlcn lore liiKtrumxnt purportIIIH nrrnrdlnir to law.Februery COUNTY: Vanderbilt Home oC James AT. Mm... Sarah' Coran.PIIKtIMT .
uary one-inch hot asphalt toppingon will and 18, 1887. FIXJIUOA (Buck) Norman rke--Clerk, : :MO. 1.1: U
the u> 'na thelnt"
Jordan said cli "-, up fff Councilman Dinkins pave the recommendation of their t.'Hlnmunt nt imlil ii1i.nl hitS. R. Emmett OahairanXj. By 1>. L. Bhuford MrH Vernon Reddish ; lnnec- nraham, UroiiR-hton Bulldlnft.Orahani .
police depart.ment should be When Dinkins' motion received -I second and the motion heen admitted to probate inthis I Powell Oahaicaii lit Chairman tore, Mra. Doris. 12. Norman. Clerk Mr. Narmaf
should engineers. It will be more expensive court. You hereby cointualtiloil C<>- of the It 8-9 Mr. Lillian Conner. Mrs. Margaret feverii.: Inspectors( Mrll.I .
and stay lOre
budgeted no second. Councilman passed. Katate of Norman. Nellie Arnold. Mrn. Bonnie LriMcKlnny.
but a far better within nix' calundur
within the budget.:: But he pavIng Mattie f. OahaBan.. dec.THOMAM I Mm. Dorothy K.!:
said that '
1 Eugene Starling job than a slag topping. 0 fi.III' I h.' IIHto lf asked U the council wanted Bud Barber hid agreed to first publication of his noticeto North.A PIIItChi The Hoard of I'onnty OommlaHlnnera .- Reno K. J. E.! High R'bonl.l'Harkfl Starling.PIISICINCT
Ave. 1-1
: 203-5 Temple NO.
Approved the purchase of '
and Clerk, Mr. WilliamI.
appear In thin court l of Bradford County -
the car parked when the c'ean! the rest rooms in the Garbage Starke Florida .. Holland Mrn. Sampson. Ham of Kato Hlruth
shrubbery to be placed( around How caunn any you can. Florida have aolerted the (ohlowing : Initpertori Frances.
a4t 3-30 :Mm.
ran out and pointedout the action of thin court Corean MnNftal MrH. BertlDKoblnHon. Starke: Clerk
money for month. The why aa the polling places .
Jail $8
per the maintenance barn Mrs. I l Inspectors. Mm. Grace
; on I'an"bY ;
In admitting said will to probate clerks. soul Inwpec-torn for the !Mrs. Louise Broxtoa.PIIKCINCT
thai it costs about $8 to .
council voted to hire Barber. Jordan, Mm. Georgia A. Ray-
Johns' nuggestlon. should nut stand unrevokrd. special election' to be held !NO. H
fill the tank. He said the { NOTICR Of"I.nc. burn. ;Mm Margaret L. -Prevail.PHKCIMCT .
sis! asked Is Purchased Mari'h 14. 1967.PItF."I'litT
Clerk Reddish then -Delegated Mrs. Johns Councilman .\L I.HHJIMI.\TION: on Seaboard National Ouard Arm- : \o. IK A
Waldo chief of 1 bud- /Theron A. Yawn ? O. 1Tawtey Starke. CI..rk.Ir.! A. .
police> !; I ory. Mouse
council Community ,
who would clean the To Whom It May Cone-em: Brooker.
Williams. and Utilities COUNTY JL'DOK, city H..II.. ] uwtey Mrs ,
H. llarley. Inspectors
; "',, "k.Ir..... Then.
for Notice la hereby irlvpn of Hronkvi "
geted $80 per month gas- She said she ]tRAI.FonD) COUNTY.YLOILID.A. (Ierk.l Mra. lUiymond Uiyan.InHpectora .
meeting room. rContinuel from Page ODe l Supt. Oscar Davis to prepare I Intention to apply to the :! Vera (Urandon. Mrs. Pttfrrry Shal- Dyal ; Inspector Mm. Lottl
Mm. FJIllaheth Craw- .. .
oline aloneCouncilman 51r B. Williams.IBKC'IyCT
had been sweeping the room thr city exhibit In the talrApproved 3-9 4t 3-10: laturn i>f the state of 1.1"1 Airs. Mary I.l.mr.airs.. ler. Margaret lOilwurd: Mr. Llddle Crosby:
Scott said the and hiring! a maid to mop It. 1 dard Oil at 20.49 cents for ..- the expenditureof '''at Its regular neaalon n'n Hhuford. Southxlclo,\O.KlomentHryHohoul UDCeystnne Ilra.IlIlIeI.! Kellev.PHKCINCT no.. m B
fur the "paHHHira of a
gas wasn't: the issue but that Starling asked if she regular and 22.49 for hl-test $100 for an advertisementin IN (flINTY JITnaR'M! COtMlT/ apeclal bill. the Hubatunoo. ofwhlih I II viei'cicw: ; \0.:1: Stllrk.. Clerk, Mr New River Moody atoro. New
other expenses nave been wouldn't the out and Gulf Oil at 20.14 cents IN AND: .'(t" HHADI-'OHD .shall be aa follows: Kelly Recreation Hull Ijiiwtfy John K Hammond.. : InHpectora.MrH. River Clerk, Mrs. Linda
sweep room I for and 2223 a Chamber of Commerce COUNTY. FLORIDA. I Toauthorlae and -- ri*>rk. Mi.. C. f. I'nrtt, ., Iriapeitorft Jo RIlH Hardy Mrs hazel ..ini < u-,. .\li .. .i tvi.ri. ... ..nn.
regular cents empow..rthe
running too high. In while. Mrs. Reddish aIrs ffuxi'l Jon< .. MIHllarbara L. Howell !Mrs Florence Flynn .
once a pamphlet. lllilUfll
1 In r<*. Estate, of Board of County Commlnalonera I I.:"I"1.: I. .1<" Mr-i i \ I
When a car has a bnd carburetor said she didn't: Intend to. The I for hi-test. -Appointed a committee of WATTIK V. UAIIAGAN. uf Bradford County to Jordan, Mr. A C 1, I'BIIICINVT; NO. 1O prl-Ii, : I It t :J-H
the marshall! sold It councilman replied! that it In other action the Coun- Councilmen Jimmy McRae I'earcuFOR Tin, i ,'- -. oIlt., ,in liON.

has to be replaced. would have to go dirty then. I cil: Williams and Tucker to studyClerk
A second argument ensued -Voted to ask a consultant
Marvin Rosier asktid! that a Edwards' second request -
when Councilman Dinkins I from Travelers Insurance Co.
be I' to install a radio in
dltrh by his propertv surveyed -
to the insurance
wanted to Increase Clerk survey ,
to determine IK eleva- his office so> his personnel
Ethel Rpddish'B salary $23 to'' 1 needs to make certain vveiyi can be in touch with the
thing Is properly covered.,
.I i City I meter readers
Clerk Merrill Edwards suggested -

GLASS That' Our Business hiring an independent I

consultant for $600 at tho Jury Trial .
1 r -

.It It'e Glass' W. Have It" I previous meeting. But Councilman Ordered In Suit FOR 'SALE Household] fur- RENT furnished upstairs FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 I
Merrltt Williams! an ,
beginning 8 a.m. un- apartmeat 3 large rooms bedroom house in Hampton on
< nlHhlnKH :
Vl !(fr
nr Insurance agent, salj he would \KHIKIh.l) Alt' FRONT ALIGNMENT
Against HospitalJury It ,TIN: I Ii til 2 p.m. Saturday Feb. 25. : and bath, air conditioned automatic Florida Power. $43: month. Ph.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED look into thf matter. Lutettt PrrclMlon' Equipment.
t ____ I DickenS: Residence. Route 10. gun heat. Washington Httl-6609.! After 5 p.m. call]
I The Council accepted his i I. .. IS word. -.- *l IHI Fiwtory TrulaeU Mechanics
trial] of suit I
We Design" Modern Store Fronts 1 recommendation Tuesday. night. a damage HeUbronn Springs. 7 miles and Grand. $:SO.00. Call Waldo 468-1668. tfcrg All Work iluuronteed.Thl .
brought by an 80-year-old Lee: sued over III .It':? west of Starke. lip 488-1376 3t 319'
': Just Mall Us A Pattein (Fo' Wllllama said if the council woman against the Bradford 1 liE ICIGIIT fOIN'lfor' the .. Week Special
E.' fkiirce If ant
Fable TopsSHEA'S wax not satisfied after consultation County Hospital Corporationwas 10..1. In adw...<<. __,iirk I HASTINGS MATTKESS CARL BEGGS the way you write. Come (n''! $5.55part

with th. Traveler'sexpert ordered last ween othe & UPHOLSTERY WORKS and select your favorite E.3TERBKOOK extra It neededFIRESTONE
1"10"1"1.11.: iiisoI.l'rboeU '
they could hire a consultant First District Court! of A, I'e..l. era la per nordCAIII 710 lemon St. PaUtku Gulf Service fountain pen. : I

or call one from an- Bradford County Circuit I USED PARTS TELEGRAPH.i. I i
GLASS CO other large insurance. firm interested > OK 'l'hl.IC Furniture Repaired 31* \\'. Madison
Judge George L. Patten had 110 sterde ... iae 55.50Sleek : : & Refinished Top Price* for Wrerkml Cars I
b in bidding on theclty's Upholstered
entered Judgment for the hospital word o'ar ac -.0'" 24 Hour Wrecker Service INSURANCE i i BE SURE TO SEE!: WORU
1313 N.W.4th 1>1. Gainesville.( ) Fla. Phone FH2-4353? : The present policy expIresBALDWIN'S on grounds tuft the suit I ..- Fuel Oil ..- AT REDUCED RATES j I BOOK before buying an*
by Mrs. Nezzle Strickland o'- II Innerspringa
I AUTO, FIRE. BOAT jther encyoiopedla.. tO. A.
fared no evidence to crette a and Box Springs -
your reprc
ADULT EDUCATION olaseesI \ 301 N. Walilo
Issue I of niateilal tact Hwy.
genuine Drop U.; A Card or Cull I
AGENCY Live since I!!'5& Box 6M.
Join and
aa to negligence and that now. Elementary PALAT (/" EA 5-9.- 468191)8Lawn I ache: Phone 964-6MO. tfahg
since the plaintiff was an. indigent I Secondary. Phone ao4-eu' .
tW1IL 1 I
patient the hospital days; 9B4-B800 evenings tt: .
209 E. Adklns St. Myers Power Tool
was entitled to the sovereign I.. Mower!
Stark Agent !
Immunity of the state' from Nation Wide MARY Area Headquarters For
Lawnmowers Power Tees
any suit by her. REPAIR SERVICE
Mrs. Strickl'111.1 who suffered -, Paint Factory NEW FURNISHED) Minor Tune-up or Over McCulloch CtuOa S.w.

a fractured hip in a lull Pump".-* Water Systems
1 102 E. Brownie Mt. haul. New tVheCon! -
from a hoapltal! bed, claimedthe 1 ONE BEDROOM trol.. etc.V e alto Have Brigga ft .Stratton Engines)
defendant vas! negligent Gal Value Rental. SaJe 8 rvta.
Reg. $1.99 APARTMENTSNEXT J'li-up and Delivery !Serv
.:1 not taking steps to make :330 N.E. 18th Avsx
Gal. For
3 $5.00
sure she would ,!lot have such CALX. PAINTS aainwvllto 376-8411
a fall. ._ tfcnfc.
The appeal court hi t' this! Kejr. $2.99 ( al. Value '
Elect. Heat and Air Cond. Complete Lint' ""IT'S NEVER TOO UATEJ TO
was an I lasuj whicH shouidhive 4 Gal. For $10.00 904-7392
LEARN." Adult
Register now.
!! gone to '\ jury It also $81.00 Per Month 312 W. MadlHon of
Education closvea. Elementaryand
:;eld the latin nt indigene/; Starke! Fla. tf
: ne ;. $3.99 Gal. Value Secondary Phone: 94-
was a question of fact fur a Call
jury. It also held the issue of 4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER ILA.CY CONWAY Paintsand 6091 day; 964-6800 evenings tf
Indlgency was a question
,rw fact for a jury, not for the FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. AIrplane USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
I court in a summary judgment r care of Ernest Tew rentals. Greyhound Bus! $13 up. 10 different

I Get SureSavings Take it from the Bonanza BoysYou're proceeding. WEED CUTTING i Realty, Inc. gVher Charter.-Keep charter your( a 'bus.party Phone to- SuppliesFor name Parts brands& excellent/ to choose repairs from.all

I 964-6090. tfchg makes. KIRBY SALES &
SURE Kelly Elected All Types Gainesville, Ph. 37G-6461
gonna get savings I 1 SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville -

real Bonanza Sale savings-on Impala Head Of State Bulldozer & \1 2906 N. W. 13th St. Opening truck drivers.for waitresses and All Purposes !I 376-7110. tfch*


: V8 Sport Coupes and Bel Air V8 Tax Collectors Drag Line WorkJ. L I II Employment Central]Service

Sedans. '.1. R. Kelly. veteran Brad C. Gardner 961-6557: ZIPPERS I
The Rancher
A 67 Chevy ford County Tax Collector PHONE 964-7720 'I"I F FOR SALE ,
ONE STOP -- Spacious summer -
elected of theFlol'lda
was home on Kingsley Lake.A 7 & 10 In. 0 lOc i Inc.
Tax Collectors Association -

at the annual con George E. LaRueINSURANCE well planned comfortablehouse. 14 In. .. 15c i Western Wear
MASONRYMATERIALS 4 bedrooms 1 Ton ventloa held< March 1-" at Cypress ': .\( ENCY
/2 Pickup $;:' Gardens Winter Haven. large play room. Heart cypress 22 In. 0 . 25cM Guns
,' ?: / r Dawson McDanile of Lee ":here Medicare Stops. exterior celled and panneled I
walls. Dock
equlptecl with boat'
County was elected secretary. Low rout 1\1..l1e'ue., 1'liixrrodctlon \RRIED:: COUPLES WANTED O Livestock
: alit and dressing rooms. Fully
: :: and Paul Reed of Lake Countywas 1 A.* Low Ai, I furnished. Call Gainesville for cottage parent work. Supplies

elected treasurer of the A Year Mix Concrete. Con- :
$69 Ready 372-2793. Ztthg 3-2 couples start at $445 per mo. I

organization. Auto. Fire Homo OwnersLife crete Block. Sand. Rock. Minimum education 9, age 21 O Saddlery

I A A..hlentK"Vllton. Cement Mortar Steel, Oy,,- INCOME TAX SERVICE plus. :ft day week. In general

jNtr 1 0 ----==:. e. heights' I 473-4602' tel1WII.. Unieroc-k, Roof Reasonable Fees! Fast AcCurate married couples work same FREEI.AND BROWN

I Gravel. Prex-ajtt Lintels and Service! Call Ralph nhift. Qualified single] persons

I II LOT for sale 100x109. Pay' \Vlndew Sills.' Ktrryttilng Bryan 964-6208 or Charles! I also accepted. If Interested apply Manager6th

.. I 12Vides\ : only $15.47 clown and $1 .411 for Masonry | 'L'onstriirtl. C. Johns 064-5863. In person Personnel Office. Street
month, city I
59 ,
far more i iI 4tchr| 3-26 Sunland Training Center

1967 Custom Made I water. Write "C", P. O. Drawer -, I.Gainesville. 4tchg 3-30 Near Livestock' : :Market

I For Florida Living; I A. Starke. 32001. 4tp 8-91 I II I ANNOUNCINGA WANTED: Heavy truck

1, w driver steady work. Do not THE RIGHT POINT for thr Gainesville. 3761595FOR
Get. More pply It you have not drivena the way you write. Come II'
i. YOU I SOMEONE to assume payments Mix Plant 10 wheel truck. Bradford favorite T.S-!!
'II Ready und select
: : AUTOMATIC SALE 3 bedroom :2
For Your $ $ I on !
HALF -TON A:.;.,.,.__ ,_. II ,I : CONSOLE MODEL atKeystone Engineering Company. tfchg TERBROOK founUlu pen. bath brick home, central )heat

Don't miss "Bonanza" Sundays on' NBC-TV. i No Salaried' or Cem- I SEWING MACHINE. Does all HeightsFor SAVE SAVE SAVE TKLEORAPII:: and air conditioning, includ-

V8 Check your local listings for exact time. \ missioned Employee design winches buttonholes:, Extra clean Re-worked electric NEW MOBILE homes, Chick- log drapes: and plush carpeting -

1 sews. on buttons, monograms. Better Service To I ranges no Junk asha 20' A 24' wide. Buddy ; located at 126 Parker

DAD & BRAD.LARSEN : appHquufl. etc. Sold] for $339. : That Area. trade-Ins accepted. Clemaon. Layton Travel Trail. Street. Assume mortgage-

PICKUPIncluding ( LIKE '0 WORK I Balance $68 at $8 per month. i iI ; r JACKSON ers. Liberty, Taylor Azalea sting: plus cash: total price

: Call Credit 'Manager Jacksonville We Will Not He i iUadersold. BUILDERS SUPPLY buy sell trade. Year bank financing1. 22000. Call R. A. Green Jr.

YOU Benefit! I COLLECT 353-1946. No I Stchg 3-23 : Buckeye Trailer Mart at 376-2598, Gainesville for

obligation. Will deliver. Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd appointment to see. (After 6.

I 4tchg 3-16 Park 264-2131. tfchfr phone 376-9666)) 4tchff 3-9
AH) Sizes \jn Display Bradford :
Re-worked electric bench mo
: 8-10-12 Wider 1 Adjustable Vinyl? Bool
.. I SALESMAN tors. Sizes up to 2 h.p. Aver- I No. 497 Nice compleklyfurnl.b.
Covers. All af_ 30 cents ea ...
... -- ::? \Vt Baths $9.93. reduced 2 bedroom .bungalow
.. age
-' Impala Coupe at Te Teleeraph. -
and Expandablea others. all utilities, approximately
I BONUS for man over 40 In I EngineeringCo. prices on 1 acre shade, tree,
Starke area. Use car for short Jackson Builders Supply WORLD'S SMALLEST electric at
In town. Underprlced
I New and Used I trips to contact customers 3tchg 3-23 adding machine" : adds subtracts $7,700.No.' .

Air mall A. R. Dlckerson multiplies: has credit
1 476 Cattle and Timber -
17.r hp V8, ; 8Yr. financing: available I President Southwestern Petroleum I I 1 1 FOR RKNT 3 bedroom balance. Only $109.80 Brad Ranch at ZOO 11<"'1'88. 180

Pushbutton Radio Corporation, 534 N. house 20 acres land. $30 mo. ford County Telegraph tf 1 In
'i Phone Starke acres Improved pasture.
Chrome Hub Cap Custom Use Our Rental-Pur Main St.. Fort Worth Texas 964-5403 HeUbronn Springs Section. For Sale -- HOUSE AND : 70 acre wooded. TsftanthoiiH
76101. Itchg Ocala 629-1242 782- I
I : Appearance Package chase PlanPaymentsUnder I I Phone or FURNITURE 210 N. Cherry I Call fur price and

I Custom! Comfort $50 Per Month FOR &ALE Philco Refrigerator -I Keystone Ready 3131 ltchg 964-7271. tfchg: j I U>rm...

I Items. ..1161 Freezer Phllco-Bendix Mix FOR RENT 1 and 2 bedroom STROUT REALTY

Automatic Washer and a trailers. Will furnish space In For Sale-] --HOUSE AND LOT, 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke

Bel IAIr Kelvlnator Chest Freeaer.: All 473.4285Keystone town or can be moved to 321 W. Madison near Starke Fla. ((804)) 964-6609. Free Loc

="For sure savings 2-Door Sedan mm I three are used. Price for all your own lot. For sale 21" Plaza. 964-7271 tfchg al List.

1 three $100.00. Rev. M. L. Philco TV. also 14' Admiral]

'Ton a new Chevy Packham. PHONE Keystone1felghts Deepfreeze both used very FOR RENT 2 bedroom FOR RENT 2 bedroom
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE I 473-4382. 2t '3-16 :FOR R.EI\"I'-one and 2 toe-1- furnished house. Adults only
little. J. B. White 8646114.3tchg brick cottage. W. Call] Street.
Pickup, come to So hurry in now while our great sales room apartments furnished or 3-23 Apply 309 North Water Sttfrhg. Ph. 964-6491.
WANTED TO RENT 2 unfurnished. Reasonable. W.H. .

Baldwin event is in full swing. Full Lake Privileges bedroom downstairs apartmentby Nollman 810 N. Cherry S:; FOR SALE House on corner FRESH earth worm for .sale

... It's a BONANZA March 1-31 only. Homestead Exempt- the first of next month. tic:'T of St. Clair and Bridges TilE RIGHT POINT for the at Pratt St. Bait Center. $1.65a
Chevrolet. Inc. Phone 4-7348.. It Sts. Hard surface on each hundred. '
Also 4SO: lb. ca-
the write. Come lian
Financing Adjustable] Vinyl way you
aide. 3 bedroom house gal-
NEED 3 men age 21 thru 33 All sties 30 cent eaat vanized tin roof. Worked over ly used $::10. Itchg
at once. Good wages good The TelflV'aph. TERBROOK fountain pen.
Lake Geneva and repainted. Reasonable FOR SALE BeefSteak
Big Boy.
I 'working conditions. Apply Big TELEGRAPH.
BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. Dad :Mfg. Co. or call 964-7791 FOR SALE Tomato Plant priced. See J. L. Silcox, 427 tomato plants; shrubbery
N. St. Clair St. 2tp 3-18 Azaleas reduced
after 6 p.m. Itchg Manalucle Rutgers, and Mar- price.
Trailer Sales globe. Onion plants. Jean TREE SURGERY and Dock Geraniums. V. R. Ferguson
BRICK HOUSE nearIng completion Building kill moes with
U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE FLORIDA PHONE 984-7500 Terrell.: Ralford, Fla. near ] :3 bedroom 1% bath. Ralford Rd., 944-6227.
0. Route 100. Ono Mil !81.K !! KELP WANTED: Make $30 Fire.Tower. Itp spray or de-moss complete 3tchg-3-23
T, ton. Helphts up daily on Food route., : Manor Located Just out side of city removal service trim. Insured.

YOUR AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER IN Open Sun. & Evening woman part or full time. WHISKEY la the key by which limits. Small down, payment. Earl Burke Tree Surgery FOR RENT Large :3 room

BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIES I Write Mel. Heath. Box 2768. many gain an entrance into Easy monthly terms. Phone phone 328-3298. Palatka after furnished apartment. 128 N.

=...;.. 'I 1 I UeSoto::! Sta., !iMemphls. Term. prisons and alms houses.i 964-6853, P. O. Box 238,I 6:30: p.m. or 629-4447. Ocala. Church St. Phone 964-6107

1 I. 1 2tp .3-16 W.C.T.U. National Voice. Itchgi i I Starke. ltchg 3tpd 3-23 after 5 p.m. 2tchg'3lPAGE &


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1 With Your County Agent I ISometimes

By C. T. Iluggins
Splendid Showing '' -'4'rJsr' I

,. \ WOMENrto : just an average low on the ground. Well,, mn .
If fellow klnda enjoys "llvlng-lt- be not so low on.. the ;?''."<"Id'
you're fed up grooming! ''
for That la unless somebody falls oft' thenhone. -
up" a day. exactly -
with beatle banged was also encour- Charles D. Carter son
what I did last Monday.I .
guitar thumpers and aging to see the sup- of Mr. and Mrs. Owen I. Car- appreciate having had this ,Premium books are be>lns

are about ready to i port that local buy- 'M ,. vtL ter of Route 1. Lawtcy. rank was opportunity to>> attend a meet distributed all over Brutl..cl.. ,I
to his present
chalk the younger ers gave these boysat promoted ing which wall one of only County and a great !number
Battalion -
while attached to Staffing
generation off to pro- this outstanding \ at the Marine COI'ISBase three to be held In the South- outside the county. W" +up-,

fit and loss why show and sale. All Camp Pendleton Calif. east. It was a. meeting witha predate exhibitors and! aUi" -
theme of "Action for Ameri- tlsers from outside thi coun
not have faith steers brought at completion of the rigorous -
your fF't Upon ca's Future." Meeting planned ty. A.\ good! Fair reaches way
restored? least sixty cents a training, he will be pre- what'
; zf't5ORANCEI by National Chamber of Commerce out and that Is exactly
One of the quickestand pound, ranging up to L ; pared for reassignment to fad' some mighty deep we have done. Our Strawberry
combat forces overseas.
easiest ways to 96 cents for the Re- J Marine thinking and top ranking men Queen contest Is a. good sample ,-

do this would be to serve Champion .. Radarman 3rd Class Ivan A. as speakers and to answer of that. EntKen; are tie-
the ctvi-:' '
1 questions! asked by many of Ing accepted now by
attend at the which shown byStarke's
very was Starke, USN. son of Mrs. C. Brow
with Marvin
tan. Club
the 400
next opportunity prize win W. Starke of Route 1. Keystone present. persons as Chairman of the Inn, P.R''

an event such as took ning Zack Edwards. TWK WEBRWG .\, Heights In serving In I want our President David More will be said :as we in-
1 place in Gainesville Although local sup- the South China Sea'; aboard, Coats and Manager Pete No- proach the 28th. Of four: .

last Thursday night. port was good, and Fr' HIM; the transport U.S. Bayflcld.7th Fleet While attack!op- vak to know that I really appreciate that l III the big Rural-I( ,roan

We're speaking of the boys are deeply ; erating off the east of South\ being rounted among program which puts the. Rotary
ToM in front with
DOWN Club out
that big Chamber of Commerce -
the the fact
12th edition of appreciative, Vietnam the slip will be President
I know that Mrs. their big program.
the Greater Gaines remains that it could carrying out her primary mission Ruby Johns group., representing the Clyde Terwillegar' In .tt.pptng
ville Area Steer Show be better. Judging ; as an attack transport
City Council got some good a little faster each day, getting -
and Sale, where Fu- from the interest and will also serve as fligr- ideas also. I heard her: say ready.
ture Farmers of shown last Thursday I .ship for the Commander Am- ,"0. Many places have premium,

America and 4-II Club members we feel assured of '...: ) hplblous Squadron Stven. Now the thing I want our books available. Pick up one
people to know Is thut our look through it and you Just
competed with one another in more local buyers and even more : John M. Miller non of Mr. to exhibit something
r Chamber' ot Commerce is might
I .showing (and selling) the steerson enthusiasm at next year's show 'I:: and Mrs. '3. M. Miller of Route known as the Starke-Brmlrortl< like foods needle work.

which they had lavished such and sale. 1, Starke, has been, promoted County Chamber of Commerce. clothing flowers, ante. and,

! loving care and hours of tedious Though we may have few who to staff sergeant In the U. S. I also want our people to crafts poultry, rabbits swineor

I labor over months. Air Force. know for sure Hint our Chamber cuttle.
many feel they can purchase an eightor Sgt. Miller t Is nn aircraft
i It was an inspiring sight. nine hundred pound steer at mechanic, ut Sheppard.. A KB, of Commerce Is interestedIn
and dcvelopnieut
The picture of young Cecil fifty or sixty cents a pound, we / i NTI. Texas, and la a member cf, of promotion Agriculture. Mr. Coats and SENIOR

, Stalnaker of Brooker, used here, are sure that practically every 1 the Air Training Command Mr. Novak talked more about CITIZENSThere

I is merely symbolic. He didn't win businessman in town would be Which tional conducts necessary tho' educa-to possible programs in Agriculture -

a special prize, but his steer was glad to contribute a few dollarsto provide programs skilled fliers and for Bradford County than was a good response

bought at a good price by the a pool that could] be used to technicians for the aerospace any other program., President\ from non-members to see the'
Coats has a "CountryBoy" :Medicare
purchase one or more steers at movie. "You And
Holiday Inn of Starke, and Cecil force. foundation (just needsto Wom-
has the clean-cut, seriously intent next year's show, and thus lend Sgt. 1\1 Ule18 a Rraduite add about SO pounds to It) ack presented at the by Recreation Center.

look that somehow makes encouragement to our FFA and of Bradford High School. HIS and Pete Novak is fast changing Feb. 28. Many questions were

us feel] that maybe the younger 4-II Club boys who are doing sucha Flying High! wife, Anne, U the daughter of over. In Agriculture' we asked and satisfactorily answered -

generation isn't going to the dogs, creditable job in this field. Mr. and (Mrs E. L. Matthewsof now have the top ranking In- .

after all.Even Certainly we all benefit by Starke. dustry. What better can be Incidentally this movie ts

the auctioneer was impressed their efforts in upgrading thecounty's FARMER'S DIARY' Staff Slit James P. Allen done on-to than what promote we have. and? Well build, available It Is highly to aU Informalve.organizations.!

with Cecil's tow-headed, cattle and the businesspeople son of Mrs. Marie E. Allenof down there In Orlando it made In these days 01 higher
crew cut "Boy I ] should support this program sold Da NangIn me feel good to be introducedas
appearance. Some berries are being J ings. Lawtey. is near food costs and limited incomes -
like that haircut," he commented as much as any other in the along the highway, following e Vietnam as a member of "Our County Agricultural Senior CItIzens are inquiring -

through the loud speaker while public interest. We are confident the late freeze last week The freeze really blitzed the First Military Police Bat- Agent. Everybody gates Starke-when Into the possibility ofa

adding that :FFA and 4-1I Club that they will, if some civic- 'which dealt a severe blow to things at our.'place, and one talion, 1st Marine Division. we Bradford all support County our Chamber ot Food Stamp Division\ In

members don't have time to be minded organization or individual growers., but the fruit repre- azalea In particular'; looks as Personnel of the battalion this\. area. Through the purchase -

"juvenile delinquents" because will solicit their support in advance sents only that which, Is being If It has been killed. However provide beach and traffic Commerce. BICl U.\V of food stamps people
"scrappod" from the other varieties are 'now coming control enforce orders and MARCH 29th 'with small Incomes can. by
they're too busy fattening and of next year's show. plantings. It will be about a Into bloom and we were regulations, and guard prisoners \. Just wonder if there la any. purchase of these stamps. get

month before the plants fortunate Inhaving some of war. ___ body who has not heard about 35 per cent to (0 pet cent
come 4nio .full production that were not vunerable The mllltary-p@lce unit the Bradford County more In food values at local
again, fend. the growers arepeeslmtatlc when the freezing temper- also assists In conducting a Strawberry < ends it will\
A Get month ,
Tough Policy on. their chancesof atures hit here. vigorous civic action program white and: blue rosettes -
all over this
making any money aimed at helping the Viet- exhibits, were worn, and ratriotlc
to see
I year. Dy Sam McGarreygoes : Now, as If to make amendsfor namese better themselves opportunities and songs sung in a belated
I Developments in the past few complete breakdown between the .. rough treatment the socially and economically. ace action high In the air George Washington's birth-

Qays) and in recent weeks have parents and the schools, the In'' fact one Lawtey grower. for quail and berries. weatherman has relented and day commemoration. Happy

brought to light serious problems Sheriff's Department'afd'gl!:hoolg! "Bu1)' "' Cl\rter'aald? his. -plantIng's ., e spring -appears to 'be' here NEWS birthdays were sung to Mar-

existing in our county's junior Starke Police Department and 'was so badly damaged by In our case, It seems to us according 'to a row of Jon- Eugene Wilson son of Mr. FFA garet Jackson and Marion

and senior high schools. schools] Juvenile Court and !he! freeze that he ha writ- that with all the lanJ thereIs quils which proclaim the advent and Mrs. Ike Jones of North BRADFORD CHAPTERThe Courtney, a. visitor from New
ten it off M % total. loss..< A In Bradford County, thatarmadillo of warmer* temperatures. Keller St.. Starke.' has been Jersey.All .
Attention has ''been focused schools and vice-versa. A good Bradford Chapter
point all berry raisers agree should be able to We hope no, as with a break promoted to 1st sergeant' at senior citizens not
sharply on the schools by the arrest first step would be the appoint- on Js hat the freeze could find a. place to root around' the berry growers may be Ford Bragg.' N. C., where he Is Livestock Judging Team will only club members are urged

of 16 students for being ment of an attendance officer or not have come at a worse besides our front lawn and able to salvage something assigned to the 1st Hi'Made, go to Gainesville on March once again, If you haven't already -

absent from school at a party on perhaps two, considering the 1- time a* most of them were we can only conclude that he from their efforts this season U. S. Army Training' ; Center. 11 to compete with nine other done so, to write vour

Sampson Lake. Aroused by thisa 200 student population at Brad- ready to start harvesting! a can't read or that he has Keller entered the Army In teams. rankedin congressmen and senators

group of 25 parents, some stung ford Junior and Senior High big 'crop.. chosen to Ignore our warn- :January 1961 and was last Bradford the: top ten Chapter teams out of asking their support in Increases -

by an appearance in court with Schools. These people could be stationed In Germany. the Florida In social security
However, It the weather Is about 300 at benefits.
their offspring met last Friday in. charge of attendance and discipline Feb-
good from how on, there State Fair 1m Tampa on Preparations were made for
night to air their problems and ; any other duties would should be another crop In NEWS And NOTES '' ruary 11. We are proud of participating in the Bradford
to seek a solution. '1 welve of the be secondary.It time for the Bradford County lum List for the BradfordCounty oar team whose members are County Fair. All Interested

parents met with the School recently took one BUS ad- Fair and Strawberry Festival For Today's Homemakers .\K available Fair through? These the merchants are- Greg Alvarez James Mott. Cecil seniors should bring their exhibits -

Board Tuesday morning to ask ministrator two and a half days which opens Mar. 20 and who have advertisedIn > Stalnaker and Gene Melvin to be shown to the

for and to offer assistance. to confirm attendance reports at runs through April 1. Plirn. Tty Martha. Sue M CaiaConnty the book. We keep saying Recreation Center 011 March
I are all but complete for the Wo had a good show and 23 at 7:30: p. m.
Understandably, the parents BUS on 98 students. Obviously, Extension the fair will be bigger andbetter
Fair, and It should be the sale at the Greater Gainesville -
will be
Our next meeting \
concerned that their this could not attendto and just to emphasize
were very
to date. Horn Rconomks! Agent with
biggest and best hell: last Thursday Irish" Night March 14.
children could miss school as his other duties or even check this point-in the Home DIvIsIon Bradford County well represented on full
\. Including Fooas and Future meetings will be
much as they did without the attendance each day. And speaking' of plans v-n Is and all steers blinding and exciting. All 'enters 43,
Needle Work there over
parent being notified of the ab Serious disciplinary problems are told that the County t'l.mulI.1'4.1.0' PLATTER soup, salt and celery salt a good price. The Bradford and over are Invited "CaJd
sence. The parents, among other should be referred to the county's Commissions architect I" It YOI"',e loukliv I : for ama11 Mix and turn Into a 2-quart $500 available In prlxe': So Chapter won second place In mllle fallthe"-which f Irish

things, cited inaccurate absentee juvenile authorities and the working on those for the new? dish: salad that can be ring mold; chill\ In refrigerator get your premium list and judging, and GenII Melvin Gaelic and translated means

lists, a lack of discipline, and a schools should know if a stu Agricultural Building which made several hours before until set.YOU! check the rules and the arti- one of our members won first "One hundred thousand wel

lack of respect for school] admini dent is brought into the courtson will be built at the Fairgrounds nerving; lime tightly, eoverelvlth : NUTS TO generic name Is cles you have and net into place in Showmanship.. comes.
and A new
James Allen Reporter.
complex AppnrenUv/ foil or plastlB(: film --Joe KerriganOut :
of the act--everyone el.io is'
strators. charges developing outside contrasting the
there Is no debate over t''>" lc:",I'rILc:1( :: until divot, try here and Bradford Chapter
These problems do exist, thereis school. There is now no such location of the "Aa" bulldlmt. thin ,m.: while cVilclcen: I and familiar with the unfamiliar

no doubt. coordination o f information, as there moat definitely ti urn! ,ef hit ura: P'entlful.! may help prevent confusion,

Neither is Bradford High noted which is badly needed by both over the site for. a new COUI'thouAe' Tern -,+!;;ers ml adults will in the consumer mini.
for its academic excellence. As agencies.To .; r' ,i Imp Jr'I.,1 this This new generic name: Is

few as 25:> per cent pi me gritu- watch over 1,200 youngsters S. .. IIH. I. :hi II '' l'l' mot"'.' 12 end to "p Several' rti..ily principal defal.'cd") peanut; peanuts.pro-

uates make the required l score: on changing classes/ seven times perday In re.
the Senior Placement 'lest tu system need to be developedand tiro Te'.er,'" ((11)1:11.) : .." P h f eclM.' T en
gain entrance to a tour- ehr state efforts need to be coordinated ceme'across' art. tn "-e t,''"- Dual P..I-U, a.. :-",/"In1 r -\r\ cert ar: under their own brand

university. ,; It is no easy! task. As much Item, whtei fold thut W. Vf.lortufdrrl a tray of! coklcFI': adults: names.! r

'1 he main point here La that possible; too, classroom instructors and' his .ions had who prefer something! lass Dry roasted! peanuts, now
Just, returned from Are 'la familiar to: many: cnn. l1mrrl.!
things! can be changed. hue id heed to be freed of attendance caloric a t-oloiful lime sherbet :
xrhrre! thcv shot an enormous,' nre. peanuts 1 roosted In hot
always room for lmprov rnent. problems and freed to "tl"" '' ,aUl''nif: 19 feet" I'nuyfeesited.. air. These peanuts have es-

Working together, school! officials devote as much time as PO. tip of ta1.: w" Ffu" l'irn'dIced., cooked wntWly the! /name tAt and
and the County's academic work. "' ., refs.rit. chicken shrimp or tnbstrr2! : f Y e..
parent, : to their presume( the: anlmtil protrln c'j'Ment! ft.. raw pea- L
nMvt "bill' '*'Vi'''- 'c'irs' dice.? celery; on.'} fouHhcup contain
law]. enforcement agencies can We need! a get tough Plicy- t.t..111. a r nuts.' Of course tlyv
solve this problem. It cannot bo for the good of our youngsters. er.ei'! ,11".11. o'nvthlrnr 1ft feet pimento; one fourth 1'4: leaspions dip- fewer cnlo'.lM. then nuts 1 3 t ta 5

done) overnight ; these problems But we must all work togetherto long with claw, been 8111.; Mi.ittfttti. p diced:: aveen salts' pepper 1 cup; maVQn1 browned In deep fat Jut ai rr
must have a mcnacf. fewer
baked potatoes hive
didn't develop that qUiCklY, they achieve it. N'n half hearted .. "1\'*' e or cooked sal d dressing lor lei. than trench fries. I
have been present in our schools] effort is going to work either. 7 -! *. '' .- : 4 cups Florida grapefruit rn The caloric difference de-

for years.A Poor attendance policies not On up-t.- -rtaU- wildlife! we : sections: pee'l'' on the mount, of oil

get tough policy cannot be constantly Kept under control, learned f""in Herb Thnm4.who Beelinn flesh nremlt.[ ',. or rrmalnlii" on the peanuts.The .

carried on by.a few parents a rules which are not enforced, Is working" for the company use canned sections Lightly USPA -develop: :! process -

few teachers or by a one swipe disciplinary measures! that students which Is vetting timber mix together/ chicken, shrimpor for making partially defatted -

treatment by our county's judiciary can get around will not 'lit of the WaMo wmr lobster.. celery rlmento, pcan-ils nukes It pos- ,1 )
area that there are a num- green pepper salt ma'.onn"lqe. slb'e' to reduce the f.t con- J/
or ]law enforcement officers. work. The results of such methodscan FlorMa
ber of otter In that place. and 1H cups tent of peanuts bU( much
Right now there is almost a l be seen now. Turn out
One thing for sure there grapefruit' sections. aj 60 to 70 per cent and to
hasnt been much traffic tomato aspic ring on a large reduct the calorie content by -- -

through\ that swamp and we chop plate fill cenUr with SO to 55 per cent. Of The Past
wouldn't be surprised at any- chicken salad and garnish\ Partially defatted peanutsare

The Bradford County Telegraph thing found there. outside of ring with remaining pressed to remove more
4 ,: Florida grapefruit sections than half of the oil thus Thin wars the aerie moM than. 80 years ago when strawberries were being

1 ESTABLISHED 1879 Again on wildlife! most of and crisp salad 1 greens. leaving a higher percentage .hll'Ieel|>| from .Starke by rull, und the HAL depot WUM the one anal only' "nhlppiug,

conservation minded Makes 12 to 14 servings. of protein. The pressing flAt- wharf." Strawberry .season U (ere again (or noon will resume despite the February
N1 us are
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher TOMATO ASPIC RING Is late J. ;M. who ass' one of the main buyers and shipper
N Mda ltO and want to see game preserved tens the nuts; shape restored freeze), anil If the Truby,
0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newaparpmr PuWI"b lVoder oIItbalt..ly) but In our case; we Two tablespoons unflavored by boiling in water. At of that early day were Thing now, he would be planning tu ship to all northern

c The Same Mart nad. have ,a feud with a certain gelatin:: 2 cups grapefruit'' this point Interesting new market, ux In the pant. Herrir* then were loaded and shipped at the depot In carload

q'IQ1 armadillo and If that rascal Juice dash cayenne, 1'h cups flavors may be added. The luit and Mr. Truby used hit own T & T refrigerator boxes, which he helped developand .
doesn't stop rooting, aroundour canned one-half condensed teaspoon salt! nuts are roasted and tend to .patented by the U. S.' Government. They held 150 pound of Ice, anti 33: quart\
vt the Pout Off_ we'll have to take soup, be lighter In weight and
Published/ each Thursday and entered as Second CIn Matter place ventilation. The varieties In those. days were
1 teaspoon celery'!! salt. of berries on each side of the popular
at Starke Florid. under Act of March Srd, 187. stern measures. Deer are fine brighter In color than conventional -
onehalfcup : J. W. Kllllan, \Vayneavllln,
Soften gelatin In roasted peanuts. Klondike and :Mlwlonurlmt.' Mr. Truby'* daughter *
Subscription In trade areas 1 year, '+..00; 0 i month, $:IU until berry they beds! trample and bunnies and ruin are grapefruit Juice for 5 FAIR NEWSHave N. C., It now paying her annual winter Visit to Starke and It stopping at the

Outside trade arwit I year, 94 JO; i moot He. ft JO all right until they! eat up a minutes. Place over hot waterto you gotten a copy of Magnolia Hnfr-l.., she ray she "Junt ha to come back at least once a year" to

bean patch, and the name melt. add gelatin to Juice the 1967 Program and Prem- visit, old wenew .sect renew old nc<|uiiuitunceM.BRADFORD .
anal stir until dlsnolrcd.\ Add

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n.\luruRlt) ('nUNT\' TJlU.nRAI'II: :( 4jIItKF.. nontiiA" _THURSDAY. MARCH.. ....8.:..!1067. \

ion MYP as a going away party. He I' 9:30: &. Circle 3 meets at wt'ek Prayer Service, 1:00: p.' BROOKER BAPTIST I Service I 6 p. m.: Evening

First Baptist Sunday left Tuesday to enter training I home of Mrs. Jack McCoinb, tr. Wednesday. -Troy John- Sunday School 10 a. m Worship. 7 p. m. Midweek

I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED School 10 a. m., Worship 11 in tht U. S. Service. Mrs. I 10 a.m. Primary, Junior, and !ton pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. Service Wednesday::30 p.
D. L Ramsey<: : pas-
Choir practice 3:13.: In.-Rev. .
Youth :
6:30 m
Union : p.
will live with her Training
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY a. m. and 8 p. m., Training Wainwright BAYLESS lf"0t'---*
Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m. 7jo.; Prayer tor.
: Union 7 p. m., Midweek: serv- parents In Fort Meade until HEWS Evening Worship :
L Thursday Den 4 CuT BAPTIST CHCHCIISunday Wednesday. 7:30.:
ices Wednesday S p. m. his return. I Meeting BETUKL BAPTIST CIIURCB
meet in Fellowship School 10 a m.
has Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ben-
Rev. Edward C. Harvey School. 10 a. m.
RECREATIONThe p. m Wednesday.. March IS. Hall, 3:13.: Chancel Choir rehearsal Morning Worship, 11 a. m ] Sunday
of nett spent Sunday In Jack- tB-oker
accepted the call as pastor DEDAN BAPtta Worship 11 a. m.
Reno Recreation basketball -I Easter practice will also be I FIRST BAPTIST ChURCh I 7:30.MADISON Training Union 6 p. m. Morning
team defeated the held at this time. All persons this Church.' He and his family sonvlHe. of* ST,\UJIE Evening! Service, 7 p. m Sunday School. to: 1&. m Evening Worship.:30 P. m. ..
Richard Bowen and son
Gainesville Boys Club Satur- who would like to participateare are residing in the pas- STREET Everyone welcome. -Rev. M. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Prayer Mee'Jnlt, 7:30: p. m.
visitors School.
be torlum. He comes from Perry Starke were Sunday Sunday Sunday Training Union, 7 p. m. EvenIng Wednesday. Rev. W. J
by of 52-) asked to please pre BAPTIST CHURCH David Medelros pastov.
day night a scois and Worship,
his brother-in-luw
of New of 9:45 Morning
where he was pastor : am. : Service, 8 p. m. Rev. Newronffu pastor.NORTIISIDE .

49. Bobby Williams had and 20 sent.Greater AME Hope Baptist Church for approximately sister Mr. and Mrs. George 11 a.m., sermon, "Why Mono" Sunday Sunday School. FIRST CHRISTIAN Lacy Conway, pastor.
point for the winners Allen Chanel four PrIvett. Missed 'the Promised Land. BAPTIST
yeal's.ChUl'ch MornInaWorship..
Pelham followed with Church Rev. L. A. Sampson 9:45: a. m. ChURCH STARKE
of God Sunday R. wilkersor. Training Union 6:15.: Evening CHURCH OF GOD Bayitms iflih-; !
Timothy Choir Located on
Youth prac-
11 a. m. Sunday School -9:43: a. m.
llli;; pastor. Church School. 10 a.m. School lOa. m., Worshp! 11 who has just finished, his Service, 7:30: ; sermon, "The. tice, 4:45: ; Training Union, Morning Worship 10:45 a. 422 N. St Clair St.. Starlce.Sunriay !! way [ISR 22SIat:; Ralford Road
:Director Jackson played Morning Worship, a. m. and 7:00 p. m.. PYE 'course In Jump School at works of the flesh versus the 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle m. Chrlstlaa Service Hour School, 10 a. m. [rSR 18)) services: Sunday

every man on the team to Sunday will be observed asYoutk Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Prayer Fort Banning Ga. spent; his works of the spirit." 7:13.: ; Evening Worship 7:30.: 6:30: in.Wednesday. Worship Services, '.1 a. m and School, 10 a. m. Sunday
gef)# the boys ready for the Day, with Miss Cynthia -I services Wednesday 7:30p. : leave with his parents, Mr. (Monday Youth Choir Wednesday Prayer and youtn Choir 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a. m.

tournainent coming! up next Broxton as guest speaker. will- m. and Mrs. Leon Wllkerscn. He practice; Bible Survey Class; Praise Service. 7:30.: Church Practice, 3:30: p. m. Fellowship 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Training Union 6:30: p. m.
The evening speaker
Friday and Saturday. Miss Deborah J. Givens. Highland Baptist Sunday will now report to Pert Dix. 7 p.m. Choir practice, 8:30.: Supper, 6:30: p. m. Mid- Friday 7:30 p. m.-Rev. L. S Evening" Service, 7:30.: Mid-
be ::
ffiia first Reno Recreation service, 6 School 9:45: a. m., Wor- N. J. and leave right away: Tuesday Helen Masters Thursday Auxiliaries week Bible Study, 7:15: ) p. m. Williams, pastor. Week Prayer Servlr Wedne.
basketball tournament will Evening p. ship 11 m. and 7:30 m. for service In U. Circle meeting, 9:30: a.m. Sunbeams Olena Law-
a. : p. for Saigon meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation.. Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: P FIRST PRESBYTERIAN day 7:30.: -Rev.
be,held nekt Friday and Saturday This program terminatesthe Choir practice 6:30: p. m. S. Army Alrbourne l/ivislor Junior Choir practice, hon, pastor.
March 17-13, starting Youth Drive. All members Prayer services Wednesday 3:30.: Junior GA 4:30.: Lottie 7:30.Rev. Sunday School, 9:44: a. m
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Felder Rowan Pastor. m.LONG
1 11 m.
Ethel Morning Worship a.
at,6:30: p. m. The fine game are asked to please con 1 7:30: p. m. Rev. James Walker Langford of Lake Butler and Moon Circle, at church; BRIDGE BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST

will be between Reno and tact their captains to make may be heard on Sunday Louie L. Walnwrlgiit were Blgga Circle, home of Mrs. J. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Ycuth Fellowship 6 p. m"liolr Sunday School 10 a. r*
Circle, < Practice Thursday, 7:30:
Palatka Recreation Centers this a successful affair. 1:30: p. m. over Radio Station visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L I D. Warren; Brownlee CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning Worship 11.. nx

At> 7:30: RJE will play Mac- Parents are asked to please WZOK. Wainwright on Sunday. home of Mrs. J. R. Chasteen; Morning Worship 11 a. in.. P. m. Training Union. e::30 p. m. v

cleWy and at 8:30: OalnesvlUa send the children to practice Members of MYP airl' several Miss Terry Pons Ot Oainesville 7:30: p.m. Schedule of services: Sun- Evening Worship 8 p. m; KINGSLEY LAKE Evening Service 7:30.: Prayel

Recreation TV 111 play for Easter on Tuesday: and friends went skating at visited her grandparents ,Wednesday -- Prayer ServIce day School. 9::45 m. Morning Train- Prajer Meeting Wednesday BAPTIST CIICKCEr Meeting Wednesday.! 7:30: y.

J&luonvllle\. Recreation Cen- Wednesday: of each week at 5 7pm. Church Choir! prac- Worship 10:45: a. m. H. Butler pastor.
Lake Butler rink on Thurs- each Friday at m.Re"
Mr. and:! Mrs. B. E. Red- ing Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- 8 p. m.; Sing Sunday Schoel. 10 a. m.
ter. At 9:30.: Anderson Rec- p. m. day evening. They were accompanied tics, 8 p.m.Thursday. Lane
3 Rev. Harvey 11 m
dish, over the weekend Ing Service, 7:45.: Mid-Week p. m. Morning Wor&nlp, a. AIRPARK BAPTIST
reation will play the Boy!I VVVVVVVV"V'TVYVVVVVV'LAYTEY Visitation, 10
by Mr-/ J. C. -
Jody Thomas of Live Oak Wednesday, oastor. Training TJnlon 6:30: p. m.
Ctab of Gainesville. Prayer Service School. S 8:45: a, m.
I Tve Mrs. R. E. Lee Mrs. and Miss Celli Copeland ot a.m. and 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Sunday
:Two games are scheduled James Mrs 7:45: p. m.BAYLESS. SMYRNA. MISSIONARY Morning Worship 11 a. m.
,| \ Wainwright and Lake City were weeker.d visItors Meeting Wednesday, 7:30:
for Saturday afternoor John Morris of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. FIRST METHOIMST ChURCh HIGHWAY BAPTIST CIICRCH -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor. Evening Service, 7r30 1: p. to. .

starting* 2:31}. The Meeting Wednee.....,
: preliminary Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moore. School, BAPTIST CHURCH 633 W. Pratt St Sunday Prayer
game will be at 7 p. moOalel By Km:* Blanchard&AAAAAAAAAAAAA4A: C. Wainwright during. JI'I Sunday Worship, Sunday Services Su.iday !services: Sunday School 10 a CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
Lonnie Prescott of Kings Morning
the championship gamea AA. wpekwere Mr. and ley Lake was Sunday dinner: 9:45 11 am.a.m. Snack Supper for School, 10 a. TO Worship m. Preaching 11 a. m. TrainIng Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday, 7:30 p. m. -Rev. E. I*

;8.Th Clyde Walnwrlght! of Bartow. guest of Mrs. Hattie Darley; MYP meetings 6:30.: Evening Hour, 11 a. i*. Training Union. 6:1: P. m. EveningWorshlp. m.: Morning Worship and Ortffls. pastor.
ChURCh Service 11 m
Is Invited to attend ACTIVITIES Communion a.
public Wor- 7 m Everyone
Mrs. W. O 6 m. Evening p.
Rhoden of Ocala and Miss Sinna Prescott. Mr 7:30. Union p. ;
and see your team win,. Grace Methodist -. Bund Mrs. Patricia Waters and:! : and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Worship Monday, Circle 2 meetsat ship, 7 p. m. GA Tuesday, 4 welcome. Elder T. C. Wil'iams. Fvenlng services 6:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CITURCHHlchvajr

CftrRCII:, NEWS IY School 9-43: a. m., Wor- Mrs Al Perser of Jacksonville and children of Kingsley; home of Mrs. J. H. Fields, p. m. Mid-week Prayrr Service pastor. Wednesday Worship service [ 100 at Theresa]

''The Church of God In ship 11am, and 7:30: p. m., Lake were visiting in the Membership Tramlni. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Christ! Elder D. R. William! Prayer Circle Monday 9 a On Sunday they had a afternoon.Mrs. Class meets at church, a-1C::;. M. David Medeiros, pastor.IIEILBROVN Bell. Morning Worsh1p11 a.

pastor, announces the following a. m and 7:00: p m, YPE family dinner I ""* meet In Fellow- Sunday School, 9:43 a m BAPTIST
honoring Clyde, V Mnm' Andrews of Girl Scouts FINE LEVEL
l : : Sunshine Band will I o followed BAPTIST Morning Worship, 11 a. m. m.Training
p. m by choir 3:15. Gainesville Union -6:30: p.
Wainwright :
In celebration of Leisure has with Hall,
City come ship
have Its regular meeting1 at S, practice at 7 p. m. ard: Sen- his birthday V Youth Rally, 1st Sunday School 9:45: a, i Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m Sunday School 10 a. m m.
anniversary and her trailer and will live on District: Morning Worship. 11 a. Ir
j 6 Morning Worship 11 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:15
V I Gainesville, p.m. Evening Worship :
Mr. Church,
the grounds of relatives Pre-Servlces [Booster Bane
Luther Mc-
V -- = Circle 4 meetsat Training Union. 6:39: p. ni 7:30: p. m.-Rev.
and Mrs. L. A. Blake while Tuesday Young People, ard<< Pray- m.
Charley; Evening Service. 710.: Mid Qee, pastor.
home of Mrs. I Wednesdcy Night Prayer
her husband. who Is In the
I DIRECTORY'.to is in Viet Nam Johns 10 a.m. Circle 5 meetsat
JACKSONVILLE U. S. Service ------ --
BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell home Membership of Mrs. W. A.Training Stern,

spent the weekend with her: 10 a.m.
- 3:11.:
at church, :
mother. :Mrs. John Brown. Class meets
Your Future
Service Guild An investment in
APPLIANCES REAUTY ACADEMY and other relatives. On Sun- Wealeyan C,
MUSIC of Mrs. Charles
\, V day the Ralph Wise family Wink-

f''Appliances) Color TV American Joined:! them for family din Johns with Mrs. Warren 7:30. Commission -
ler as m
II Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. nr: at the home of Mr. and on Membership and liiltilmm fla0Jm

Mrs. Mitchell Brown and
*. Stereo Magnavox\ Bond A String Instrument Evangelism meets in churcl
i Academy Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers office 8 p.m.WednesdaYCircle. "
School Mrs. W. F. Moore attended 1 meetsat
4> Zenith Motorola 21 W. !MONROE Supplies-Instruction
shower Saturday night for
JACKSONTLLE3.'SLS9591Riverside Roberts Recorders Duane Dykes
Music! LI bun ry-Expert Miss Celia Copeland in Lake home of Mrs. ...... ............. .......

General Electric Repair Department\ City. Miss! Copeland's marriage I

a to Charles Moore will hereafter
a 41 W. Monroe St. all fixture now or ,
*Too Get A Good Deal At- Hairstyling be an event of the near: attached to op used In oonnixtlun FliGHT.
Jacksonville 35.V8447: future. with the premise* hereIn ofJaith
Academy 831 0 Reach Blvd. e..rlbod and In addition
Mr. and Mrs. Rev McDa- theretothe follow-In deNcribel)1ot1hti1

I& O. MILLER ,j4K. 265 PARK !ST.JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville 398-3091 vid. Jr. of Gainesville were ) < appliance' whlc, : hold his kite that whenhe
ore, and shah !be deemed to< The faith of a boy that a slender string shall high -

-........ 888-8537 visiting her uncle and aunt be. flxiuiea and a part 01 extends a little more string his kite will go a little higher-shows that this
""" _01 P1w. .l'a.Ia'ekonvthS Accredited OPTICIAN Mr. and Mrs. Leo t>ynl, and the realty' ; .* Inn

Qualified Instructors family during the weelc: fleman 10", kltthon 60,000 exhnn Ul'U spue.VV1TNMSS .,': ,V flight Is a flight of faith.
r. Modern Styling I Mr. and Mrs. Chailie Bla h..Rt'r. .. As the boy has faith in the string so must we have

XppUancea Furniture "Where Monthly tomnrrow'n Classes stylists ",. I lock of Callahan are visitingMr. ...111) :(of: :said my Court nnnd lit and WVtarlce.' th.' faith in our Lord, and the more faith we extend, the ,

are trained"ELECTKIC tvs'p..! and Mrs. Rov Orlffis."vMr. Florida. thiN. 14th 8967.day of P"CT -'I higher and more abundant ourJ,ve.. will bf. It i is .

:. Du-Ra V BrandInc.. MOTORS 'V ("TFSSirNAL" : ; cpT' ..I son of. and'Kfls Gainesville? Eugene were Pear-Saturday ( (hurled tr.lr:. A.Circuit Darby. Court) written in Roman :17. "The just shall live Viv ,

CMrcMilt" Court !faith.! Attend Church this Sunday and V _
I Save on Quality :! luncheon guests of ){r. Cli-lk of t''* Moody
Prescriptions Filled and Mrs. Tom Tatum. Jr. Hy: Itaulnh M. receive inspiration from those who '
: Furniture &; Appliances Peavy Brothers LVuty, ><" V
; %
Broken Lenses Duplicated .
The occasion! was in celebration share your faith that you may, as the ,.v
: Phllco and RCA Electric CO. S Artificial Eyes of Mrs. Tatum'3 bh'thdav -.- I ; "
the 3&3LXF1 '
: Apostle Paul said, comforted together by W'SS&ktSa
a ..IDDOR'SCOtnT .
/ Washers RefrigeratorMagic Eyewear Specialists annlveriary. TT1K COUNTY ?
213 : [ IV AND KOU HRADFOIin mutual faith of you !
Chef RangesWe 'ksld.ServlcedRepalxedGeneratorsStarter. Laura St. Jax 33(1-3391( Quincy Cruce and a friend, I COUNTY. KLOKll. V2h"V
1031 Park !St. Jim.. 331-3618 ot \ ;4VV ,.
Rusqell Stewart who are in In reo: Estate V V iMJ. .
I Pec.
Buy and sell Used Unit! PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S IZ7.rM \ n.
Alterations training at Ft. Bennlng Ga 0-IKK <>K .'''011 \1'1'

: 0521 Blondlnff Blvd. Armature Rewinding were Sunday guests of Quln- I TO I ALL IN TUB HKKSIlMS ESTATE INTBKESTFI OF SAID- ; V"

Jax 771-5475 4044 Lenox Ave. cy's brother-in-law and sister URCEDKNT) :

S Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Star- You nre hereby notified thata I
ta< kiv>nvtn. 1A7-212A! Commercial and Portrait instrument purporting II

Photography ling, and family and spent to written be the met will and testament -I

KUTOS FOREIGN FARM: EQUIPMENT S Frames & Custom Framing Monday with his parents, Mr. admitted of said.to decedent prol,>..t.. hil In' been this I i 4

19S8 BlAmllng Blvd. and Mrs. Frank Cruce. court. You are hereby. eoinnuiindud -I

: Westsidfe Foreign Ford Tractors"South' Jacksonville 381-1461 Weekend visitors of Mr., month from within the six date calendar of the I

and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonwere of this noticeto
first publication
Car Service Most CompleteFord
Mr. and Mrs. John appear In this court and
Dealer" PIANOSFor Broward how cause. It any you can
of Jacksonville, Mr. I
of this oourttn Us/
Trained mechanics for everyjervice / Guaranteed Reconditioned why the action
and Mrs. John Petrey and admitting said will to pro-
job on all makes of Tractor Musical. Adi'Ira Mrs. Na'lne, Walker and son I bnto should not stand unra-:I
Foreign &; Sports Cars. Every Tool Known to Farming yoked.
: C. CARTER NICE of Art'odllRnd Mr. and Mrs. -11' Theron A. Yawn
l JacksonvilleFord COUNTY jirnuBPlrnt : I I
PARTS FOR AL"4 Mark Raulerson and children
: February8rd
publication on I I :
I Tractor Co. I\/j.\ hcJ.3.: -"tLita of Monticello.Mr. 1967.. 2-23 4t S-18 I I
: 2430 TOandhif. Jacks: jtvllleXuto ::: 1..1. : ( \ and Mrs. Frank Cruce II I I

Beaver St. E. of Lane V Miss f
Gertie Faye Cruce and
Established: 1948
Jiix. KV9-883I j
Chickcrlng & Mrs. Tommy Llnzy spent _
Sales & Service
HEARING AID Other Name Brands Sunday with the Leonard

Cruce family !in Sanford.
: LANDROVER I For Best In Hearing Se.- '
,2631: I'urk. Jacksonville 3888319PICTURE BUSINESS *.V "I '_ _
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SONOTONE IN run riwiTiT( rounr IN=

S The World' Finest biI V OF JACKSONVILLE V V FRAMES ANn, to Foil f.oitIOA IIRAD 'OkU COLJN'cv -- DIRECTORY Thi Church h Coil.PP.n'td.III', ,in'thli world In ipriodinj, the.........ol, Nil lo,. \\N TIlt{}

I 4l Wheel Drives ."The Strongest and Smallest No. 13-755 DlvlN'onPAIRRIDGEPOUT' for"man and ol,Hit dtmand" 10,man I to itipond It Idol'ho..b,lo''in| hn ntighbw. Wilhaul,' ti?

: irf Aanrfod1 ; Rearing Aid In the ,W rld", BANK a corporation SAVINGS- Hut. ifoundini' III the ova ol Gail, n. onmmtnt.' tr witty' H oof eI lilt mil. long CJ-J rrtp. V"

Soul l>f Only Co. Hearing Aid Blade SPILLERS Plaintiff, ...."..and tht tritdoms whkh wt hold .. dim will, lmvltoblr") pori.&. Ih,,".,., tvMIftm : t.ll4 1..: :

: BOberW" Cfun'l'nlet 22 West Monro\ Picture FramingPicture v.JOST >H W. ANDREWS.- : III AUTO REPAIRS a ulflih point' ol, >I.., m ihould wpaart Itio Church 'for,tht coke II 'tht villa' .. "41I !::3

Cov*" 8pHnr 30S3 Jackjionvtlla 353-1463>> _'. at UX, et ai, Si I Smell" and his lomlly' Itirond that, ho...... ntty pails inniU"" uphold end .- \

Framing Original Oa'onHanti Hcloatt. In 'tht Church .....u.. It ,lilll Hit troth' stout muTi. lilt, dtott ond inlinjr; tile ;:..",$..
Paintings Unframed Prints (OllllKCTIl !'! .fb .,
: 3ac..a l lf' z64964fjE'.Ep MOBILE HOMES: >CI.t'U'I !truth hkh otont will Ml' him 'tr..,la II.. ol o child ol, Cod WI \
: 4tv' "
iMattlnffs Framed Pictures 11'r Earl's GarageALL V C.Isd. _..
BUTTSMOBILE : Mirror Framing TO: JOSEPH w. ANfmmvs, KINDS OF ''-riwaraia-. _- ----- ,
Decorator Help. III nnil, NINA= B. ANliKEWSI -
: ; HOMES\ : hi. wife AUTO REPAIR WORK
1043. Park St. 5 Points ID
; Vehlc19it I Pence Street AU Work Guaranteed j jI

I,The South Best Buys Here, Jax 333-8331 :New Trenton Jersey, 08008 Phone 964-7005 I

Jeep i I Wtt'fwneer station Free' Delivery You are hereby notified thata So. Walnut, Starke
These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors I
: w'ac ow BanK Financing""Best SEWING CENTER suit has been nine against
I In the
rou. above entitled
4 Jeep 11atnrintJ*' For Less"Serinisly I ;au.e ; and. that you are hereby -

interested in Mobile required to file your an.- AUTO SERVICE STARKE BUiLDERS DeWITT C. JONES Lawson Meat MarketAND
I'eep O1 di&tor'' T'nick.' home? Call collect Jax 38812S3 H. & N. Court.wr with anti, the Clerk t>r tula, _
? V V to lerve a
for model prices & terras. SEWING CENTER thereof .'o<>n the plaintiff copy rrplulntlff'i Gilbert S. Brown SUPPLIES, Inc. FUNERAL HOMES COLD STORAGEWe
p Auth.-be' Srvco" 6017: Roosevelt. Blvd. Jar attorneys wh.'gename
a Approond I rata' 600 Singer Touch <&: Sew, and adiireai, l is M..;Lean, Standard OH service Station Featuring Ace Hardware Specialize In Custom SlaaghterIng. -

\Vh MOBILE: HOMES: USED does fancy stitches; monograms Atlantic lUviiditla, Count and, Line Gaul tri.VlulMlntf. 1000, ATLAS Complete Paint Suppliesand Starke Ph. 96 &.6200 Cutting dfc WrappingPrepared -
%%1tMI.Drlye'- ::: t etc. Easily Jacksonville Florida BATTERIES Sporting For TVep Pr-.
cordllntr S2203 TIRES &

Drive I J.: :' & Jl 1: Swap'Shop operated NEW 1369 for' I If not you later fall than to March do ma.ZS..b decree, 1967.' Budget Terms-Road Service 219"CHECK WttJihington: WITH St.US FIRST"004-5270 Keystone Heights PHONE D64-7059

EDDIE BIADMOTORS \ VSED'TRAILERS cash $129 or $7 per mo. pro con f HBO will b. entered Phone 964-7071
Tel. Jax 771-1830 or come against you for the relief de- 407 N. Temple Starke Ph. 473-3176
dampers from 8' 20 niundttd. In the i-omplalnt. e'5'

: ;, Inc.I Mobile' :Homes 32' 55 in. '" I The nature of acid. suit being I Bradford Abstract Co.
Financing'lirwy. 6108 103rd: St. for the forerlotiir of a mortgage -I HURST'S'tSnELL :
Trades BanK vncuniberlnii. the following I Sinclair Refining Co. OF STARKE, INC.
6B5 W. ADAMS 21 Orange Park described runl property: 158 W. CALL STREET

Trl. 284-8321 1o.t Kour, HlorK Four, Ph. 961-6881 Starke Fla. \V. L. Thomas, Distributor U.S. :
JAjCKSONVTLLB 354-7751 SAR\TflU.V II R: 10 U. T S, Service Station 3.01 NORTH
Unit Two, "lupcordlnir to GASOLINES KEROSHXVB Ph. 9fit.760Q Starke, Fla.
:MOTORCYCLESHONDA }Y.E TERN: STQRLITTLE plat thereof record ml In Ga Oil LubricationGeod"ear i
Plat Uoak 2, pair 70. of Edwards &
I Parrifth Motors the public recnr<1. ot Bradford Tires & BatteriesKOD Grocery Fuel Oil and Greases

County. Fiorida.Together SERVICE Mkt. 60S S. Walnut Starke Charley E. Johns
DUDE with all ittnicturei I
301 and 100 -? Starhe
r'ALDIIJIIRVlOit and Improvement now and 1 Agency
Ph. 9846213BRADFORD
a ALL, MODELS Western Store hereafter l on laid land ; and Groceries-Meats-Feeds
METAL WORK I 131 S. Walnut Ph. 964-8070
Merchants Green StampsOpen Gas & Oil
r ARTBU "Where You'll Find Every
Ph. 96 .5312: Starke. Fla.
thing For the 1I0'l'8eEnthusiast" THOMPSONSheet I MOTELA
Tues., Wed., Thurs., FrI Nobody But Nobody V...,.......

Tear A 'A.' Dealer Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 PM. Western Clothing Leather-. ORGAN STUDIO Metal WorksAll : Roy's TV Service SUPERIOR! MOTET Charter F.. Johns Ae'e.ey.

I Almay Qot tImed Cam Closed Sunday &: :Monday goods Saddles and Trailers Kuctnry Authorized America's Most Hospitable Motels
MOTORS A CYCLES Hammond Hurst Shell Service
Charles &; Sharon Petty Organ Type!' Met'tt.Work-' CALL ROY FOR PROMPT
Ml: Lasses. tPhooa' oIa4IMmvWe' 4949 Blandlnir Blvd. Sarlp4<< & Service Heat & Air Cond. SERVICE Air Conditioned Free TV
.r.nvfn.. "'-1I2Ur' 902 So. Edcewood \ye Learn to play tto, easy way I, and Coffee CARL HURST
: 8C6-5654! Jacksonville. 384-1210 110 N.V.. 10th Ave. Systems Installed I 920 Thomas St.. Starke

...... Gainesville. Shopping: Center I Rd. 16 E. Ph. 96151231I I Phone 961-7266 1757:! N. 301 Ph. 961-5631 17w',' *ni It, inn PK 6161IIii C


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TU"'UA. "ARCU: 9.1967 n.'UFO.n COUNTY TKL1GRAPfl STAU" .oRlM PAGE NTN''vyvy

YVYYY Y VT V V7 V V TV V Morning Worship 11 a. m.; child to attend and bring a" Breeden and two other cou- Bradford, Union Area. Vocational No blildor may. withdraw his Mttarke, Florida. ed to file any latins: or it,. u turnity or It will become void)
Training Union. 6:30: p. m.; friend. ples went to the Daytona8OOs Tuchnlcal, <4ientnr bid l fur. a period of thIrty First publication. on Jlrd day mandfl. which they may have< according to lawFebruary
Htarke. Floridaat .
: (.10) tiny fur the date set of February. A. D. 1987. against. said. estate III tinS of I \ ***
3rd. 1957
THERESSABy Evening Worship 7:15.: Wednesday PERSONALSWe last weekend.Mr. which tuna. hide shn.ll beopuned ,, fur openlnir thereof. S-il 4t I-U flee of the county Jud..11. ofHradford Marion OunnlngAdministratrix
night Prayer Serviceat are sorry to hear t that and Mrs. Walter Swin- bids received and. road after aluud.the specified Any*- Thu contractor will be r.- County, (Florida' In of the *
7-30: with choir practice Ernie Trlest. son of Mr. and dell and family were recently time and date will not 'iltllrod within to complete the time salil set forth proJi'rt ttt COUNTY: :J-E.5; !' COURT.IN the courthouse at .Htarke.. restate. ofWaiter "*
LJnilii Crawford AND POll HUADKUKD Florida, within six calendar F.khmldt./ ...
b. oonah".r.
after service. Mrs. Ernest Trtest has been visiting at the home of Mr. Plans. ap."lt..lIo"a.. and contract In hi* bid. COUNTY:< FLORIDA. months from the lute< of tho deceasedTIIO.MAA9,
AAAAAAAAiAAAAMOPE .. The New Life Bible Club is in the hospital with appendi- and Mrs. Kirby Swindell of documents may be ex* Thn will successful ha notified bidder within, If any five, In re: Estate. of first publication of. this .notice. A PfERCBS;: _
uimned' In the o-ftlce of Don WALTER F. SCHMIDT: Rack claim or demand? must be AttorneysatTxiw203S
held each Monday after citis since Thursday. Ernie Palatka.Mr. K. Morgan AnhltiKt 3i4 (5)) any. after the bid Is deceasedori In wrltlna- and must state the North Temple Av.. ,
BAPTIST CHURCH school Please encourage yourSTALLMG'S was operated on Thursday and Mrs. O. L. Craw- Hwy. 17. uranic I'a"h." Khiriu.i.uiul accepted.tic The Hoard of ,Pub., \ (.n., TO CHH.mTom: place or residence. and post office Hturke, Florida
Sunday School' 10 a. m. as follows Instruction of Bradford All creditors of the estateof address of the claimant First publication on March;\>
night and is now on the way ford and family attended a (utility, Florida, 1 reserve. the
and must lie to by the _
1. *. W. iJutlice furporatlon Walter Hi-hmldt.:' deceased, sworn 2. 1961.
to recovery. We hope he will gospel sing at Johnstown right' to reject any and nil All1l1immlP! : .. Jacksonville, Kmrldat are hereby notified and requir 3J,)
: \ ; :; \ Itllilll' I bide l and to waive any In*
--------- ----- --- well Ualnenvllle Plan Muum.Ualn..vlll. .
get and.
soon hurry: back Baptist Church Saturday formalitiesTHI5 .
., FloridaDuytofia .
home. night. HOARD 01"Pl..U..IC
3. LIonel kLan
COBHER' Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Craw Kouin, Daytona Ii....."" > ''OIU INK'rRI'f'TTOS.1RL ) COUNTY,

were recently In Jacksonville ford and family. Mrs. Luther PL\\:FloridaVM! ) SPKIFIAlIO'dP11041 FLORIDA
shopping and visiting Mr and Jackson and family of Starke, HKMKM'tA. 1'liumas U Casey Jr.
I Mrs. H. A. Lowery. Allen Crawford and Sandra OI3NK11AI; :< : (X THACTOHSl: in 3-ie
Spun r"'I".t| and receiptof
OASIS LOUNGEYour We are sorry to hear that Leach attended the Home! ftOdU ildposll. of Uunvial -
Mrs Homer Brinson has been coming of Johnstown Baptist -! ('onti, 'ui'tors. two (U) U\SKln'PTI', covEr NILE;
sets of plans unit spaclfliationM UK IcE U. Pllo"I.at'I'Y
CLOSEST Spot For in the hospital and was operated Church Sunday.Mr. .. for each project. will 8alt In. to be held on the
on Friday. and Mrs. O. I.. Crawford b. forwardgd express col, inih tiny of March. 11187. at .0J1OiCL0.\ :
LIQUOR WINES BEER Little Martin lect. It plans, and speclfkAtlona 10.30 o'clock a. in.. In Hnul
Hersey son family have been
ale ruluin.d ,on /go.'il. ford County at lha Bite of the .
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. of Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Her- attending a two week revivalat condition within five ((5)) property.
sey. has been in the hospital their home church, Laura days after ,receipt of bidu.the Property I I. described" : ...
full dupowll. will be refunded. Lot KlKht: (HI) located on
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.\ with pneumonia.Mr. Baptist. The first week of the PAI..M UKIVM J KYHTAI!
and Mrs. Dewitt.; Her. revival was preached by their B. HUU-IONTHAOTOHS;/ V1SX- I.AKI'I: tlOMKSriKM, Hmtlon 1
J'UItH. l Etc..: For .plans .and T8S. IlJin UruUford, CountyFlorida. ,:
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST FIFTHSOR About 500 who received Homestead
3 sey. Martin. and 18 more former pastor. Rev. D. E. spuclflcatlims, to Biib-con-, persons -
went to Jacksonville to see Willis of Decoy Baptist tctr., vendors" etc.. the nil.unionsTravel: East oui
QUARTS I deposit will hi Sixty Dollars of Hlarke on State Road Nt
the Sonny James Show. Church. There wer, five souls fOO.OO() plus 8% sales lilt>. I HiMiruxhnutely; six mile Exemption for last year have not re-
Mrs. Searle and Mrs Fisher saved. tax. If the plHUM and to a fork In the highway/ Tuk :
8 Mi.\ South of Starke U. S. 301Serving
on .
specifications, are returned ,iho I Ninth fork fur IWT block, "
went to
to .,... newed their for I 1967. Second
I"1"/ <1 condition within I Flame shell house In on thi : exemption
-J- take Duane to the doctor Mrs. Willie Garrett five (5)) days aftvr receiptof North slilo. I'ropeity lies between
bids, th. refund.. will he : -
Monday.Mrs. Old State lload No.< 101anil )
Bessie Cochrane Services Held Thirty Dollars (30.00 plus Palm\ Drive. notices have been mailed out. Many businesses :
tax. Deposit checks shall beinada Thin property will be iou\
Mrs. Chester Searle .ent toa payable. to the Ar."hli. free ,and clear of and"ub
Florida cake anj coffee partyat Mrs. Willie Avoy Garrett. .i....t i iC Ji-ot t", any existingliens.. Al I have not made their tax return for 1967.
//:1t: PAR.I.I"'IIIEF.T.K/:' I : Hf|>'a- Halt's\ .are subject to confirm
Since 1950S ;) the home of Mrs. Ruoy Her- 52 a former resident olStarke rate. Mheets: for drawlnitsor / atlon l ii y the Court I
sey. Wednesday. died Wednesday PIIHI" of .|ii>".IIIiatliiiiN I Douglass, /K %V-nrlel.. I ..

c97crdz; (teeling ervice. One. We see that'1Ifrl end Mrs. Maich 1. at her home in may Archttuct. be |luichaeerl us. follows froai' ((110 the Trustee Morvure In HankruptcyKlrnt Cm.p.. of APRIL 1 1ST is the deadline. No Homestead -
Jacksonville. ,
Felix Sullivan have added to She was a native refunds): Stuart. J a
.. .. of D'uwh'II"II--'I.OO, per sheet. Box 141
Alachui I' U
,. and
". Coia.ty
-"' '' ''IWY''W'' their 'famil have
They .
a had plus 3%) tax.Sp'clficaiione.ii Htuart. Florida :l2-2t! SItu'! Exemption Application can be accepted
lived in
new baby colt. Jacksonville XCI'l'I('.'

Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan since 1939. She was a member l :;" .1 : ) per page, r:* THE COl'MTY JUPOP! I .
Mrs.\ Carolyn Cordially who have been In Miami of the Church o: Christ cite plus. % inn.is C'DIIHT, COUNTY.IN AND FOR Jl'LOIUDA.!BRADFORD after that date there will be aQ\ % penaltyon

I Eaves for the winter. moved backto Surviving are her husband: All requests for puma. and In re: Estate of
Welcomes I their home In Tlieressa Lemmie D. Garrett a son specifications, separate, bid Kir.XlK MrWTLjLiTAMS. PepnOTK Tangible Personal Property Not returnedto
bond I III I the 5 ,
Representative amount" % of K TO CHKUITOHtAll ;
Friday William L. Garrett; and two I the kid. payable. the, Hoaid, creditors of the. estate, of
Ph. 961-5811 You and Your Mr and Mrs. Walter SwIn- sisters Floy Thomas and Mrs.J. of I Pnlillc I lie t"' ,'tlon. of Bradford Elide McWIlllams, deceaied by April 1 1st.
122 N. Hay St. family to Your dell and family I H Prltchett; five others, .County,, I"I Florida., ice evidence am. hereby notified and required us
were guestsat or1".1/ faith andguaranteeing to file any claims or
Starke New Home the home of Mr. and Mrs' William 0.. Armond M., Edward .. t lit,.I the succens- .demands which they "may have
E. Woodrow B., and fill, bidder, will' .execute and against' said estate In the office -
I Jimmy Swindell of Hellbronn furnish the Uounl of. PublicInHtitictlon of the county judge of
attend these
Springs on Wednesday night. King: I. Thomas. ci f Hranl lord Bradford County Florida 1 In the urge you to to matters

The State of Florida Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zeigler Services were held at 10 County, Florida a bond I Issuedby 11cenHod court within otisa six at calendar Starke' Florida monthsfrom ,
the Surety company -
were recent guests at the am. Friday in KeY-McCabe to do bualneMH,, I In Florida the date. of the first promptly.
It 1 Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ,
home of Mr and Mrs J. D.Oriff :Xorthuide Chapel with Rev. and Until! hy tin t n I imiStaten piihllcntlo-n of this notice. Each: .
claim demand be In
or must
To Acquaint You With Your City. is. I.. J. Barnard officiating. In- : accepable Treasury. for, lOIn epartmentas ; uf", the writing and must state the

tel'ment was in Hunt Cemetery contract pi tie. within ten ((10) place or residence. and post-.
Larry Alvarez son of Mr. office address of the. claimantand GENE LONG
If you are new in the area, a phone and Mrs. C. R Alvarez left In Union County days contract.after Said being I bond awarded guaranteeing ths- mum ba sworn to by the ,
claimant his agent, his at-
for the Army Suixliy. Feb. the performance payment -
toiney. or It will 1 become eIdac'orclinw Tax Assessor
call will bring you a prompt visit 26. He will be stationed at Services Held I ..1. MU hi bond.' ,I tube paid :: to law. \
: V till ('llllllll" I I t tl-l .
Fort Bennlng la Coumbus: ...:. .. February 2Uth 1967.
from your local hostess.. Please give I )K. >>. (1IUDI.RRzrutor
Cia. Servces HeldJesse of the. Estate of III
Klixle McWIllaniH. Deceased. .
and Karen Breeden
her a call! She has maps! and many Terry THOMAS A PIERCE
spent the weekend at the RuuDGAH ZUJ-6 North Temple. Av.. -

free and wonderful gifts for you home of Miss Susan Stidham Thomas. 75, of MId. -
dleburg died at Starke Mon.
of Sante: Fe. I
from local businesses. Mr. and Mrs. James H. day afternoon after a linger LINED -

1 ing illness. "MittB.. 10 YEAR WAKKANTY ; -

I A resident of the Theresaa r-1P

I area for many; years Mr.

Thomas was born at Belmore Gas AN EXPERIENCED VOICE .

Fla. on Jan. 2, 1892 tue son

You 8 fenders of the late Plxton and Mattie ,
Water Heater
get I Harris Thomas. I

Surviving is one brother, IS MORE POWERFUL

Sewell Thomas of Middle. .

burg several nieces and ne ....,. _

on every ChevroletYou phews. ;;. You can own

Services were hela Wed :\, AND EFFECTIVE

nesday in the Beulah Baptist ,. :? an endless __
Church. of which Mr. : i1'J

get those four polished ones on top and an extra steel fender under each." as was a member 'Il1om'l. supply of hot IN THE SENATE
R. L. Taggart officiating.

The four you can't see shield the four you can see from road salt, water dirt Burial was in the church water for only

tire kick to corrode It's cemetery. .l;.., J pennies with .
stones-anything a can up or mar your car. .
fGMlM DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ', FOR
of the make the in Chevrolet. Home of Starke wcs in economicalShade YOU.
one ways we sure new stays a new L.J.: : charge of arrangements. -: t::

Your Chevrolet dealer will !show you a dozen more. of' -......_ I : .: lr{ GasPer _
Pulpwood Truck t

that sure feeling Flips On 301A I I 2.91 Month LOOK AT THE RECORD "


pulpwood blow-out truck on caused a six wheel It to You Can Pay This Out AND BACKGROUND OF

Of Your Savings When
turn over on U. S. 301 south i
of Starke last Thursday but You Use Slade las..

no one was injured. EXI'EnnN: : : EFFF.cTn'ENJ.Sil1! "HEIl" CROSS! IS OPPOSEU' TO:

Damages to the 195!* Ford Slade Gas
truck totaled $225 to the left Fourteen ((14)) yearn! In Legi's3telved .'111. AKrU-iilluruJ COllnTaklnlr the raoe track and gam'

side, rear and windshield. l luture, Chairman of powerful ruin* cil Award fur outstanding. _rv. tax fund from our small coun-

according to Florida HIghway Committee of Senate. Ire to Agriculture In Itttift tlew.Tranwuting.

..- __ Patrol Trooper J. K. Wade. & Appliances ......Ion. e taxpa-jers. buMnes
brhlnil limml d"'r"
who investigated tho acci : Only 2 nniiiilMTH of 4H member
dent. The driver Charlie 332 \V. MADISON "Senate with mora seniority.. !Secret! police forest with unbrlall",1 -
|M>wer at any level of
Graham Jr., 25, Gainesville S ( Iv..n Flu. Vorutliinal Asworlutlon government.KKI .
i: .. was charged with having an Methodist member and past Award for outvtanilliiK tu-rv-

improper driver's licence.: Cliulrniait, of Hoard of Stewards.
Ice to Voratlonul HdticirtlonIU03 /: CHOHS IS 'ORI:
The accident occurred 6.1 -
sesttlon.four .
miles south of Starke when : Mason punt (Ira,," Orator of ,\Adeiimta road syttem to meet'

the left rear outside tire mrmID--CDmrm- Horlda.. need h of rapidly growing state

blew The truck ran off the C tlme.. .selerlfil. by fcllirvvljtgtnlatan Improved. and expanded. agricultural

right side of the four-lane I YOU BUY A NEW / Member. of Oulnenvllle Chiutiberof for the Allen :Morris rewvin-rh programs.C'oiiHenutlon .

highway weaved back on the OR USED CAR Commerce; KIK* mid KiilKlildof ; of our natural re-
I Award for effncti\eneaM.
road and traveled 3SU feet .lIrceH.
I 'yUalu.
before rolling onto its sUe. 1'roifriun to |M>rinlt more hunting

It slid 39 feet on Its aide u.ul flNliing opportunities to
S Graduate. of 17. of K. lAw t'ol- Hrleoted by Etlltora und Reporters
romlrnj to rest in the roadwayof FINDOUT public.

the northbound lane leg-e pructlcliiK< attorney In of .statewide. neAvspapero" for Improved. and eJlIJl&nd..d| educe.Ae.iitrwviiIe .-

html :U 3'ears.. c"t..tanallne. service UM. Senator. tionul. .proKruJiiit. at .all levels..

Notlrs ,li hir>hv s"lvn that. I I Am Humbly Proud of the Results of the 1st Primary
P. r>. HrtMlBh. Shorlff of Bradford .
f'nunty. Plnrlda. under and C
\by virtu of Writ of Execution !

10 Rxoctitlon Wit 'Issued out of RmallClaims ) I ALitCIIIJA_ _IJItADFORI I )_) "'IXI (11ChhitiSTI<: }.AI"AY TE_ .LEVY- I.
Court of Bradford$ ("un i I I
ty Florida. pursuant to a final cnoss 379J: 125 M9 (Ij6; 167 In. .
jtjdjcmfnt for Southern nisiniini' _
Company nf StOrk and, .inritlnatR I HOW CAR ureas
;: I ( I
PECK 1791 251j 177 128 103; 153
'.. C. Crswi and .l''an .lIe c'r..w. I
1P7ci1I$ renrtants.. In the amount ol MAY SAVE

1131.41 of folltti'tlonHays :I :toKtther with allont< $' I {uPToD[ ]) $200THROUGH TOTALS: Cross 4,389 Peck 2,610

selisd and have In my
possession. the following d.. .. THE

sorlbed 1915' Font property 4 door to sedan Wit, I cylIO STATE FARM MUTUAL Look at the Precinct Where Both Candidates Live and Vote:

Title No. 3 8 1A4Tss !
No. 4H-203 Low coat financing (I't cinct No. 21, West wood. Junior High,, Gainesville) Cross ,-- 405 Peck 101
l Sedan A. the property of ,the above
Impala Sport
named defendants and that on. through a local

:Monday the lath day of Murrh. cooperating bank Where Both Candidates Known Best It Was "Red"
Are Cross BETTER
1087. at twelve "Io'k noon and our low cost .
on said day at the Ruxt, entrance
of the Brail ford, County Insurance too I Than 4 To 1DON'T
offer for
Court House I will
sal* and sll to th* hlrhest
bidder far cash In hand the CALL TODAY!

' 'CHEVY'S BONANZA SALEDuring : defendants aihovs)described....cullon.P. to satisfy. property the of aforesaid said- Phone 9615391MERRITT TAKE A CHANCE .. RETUR.IMRED" !

D Reddish, Sheriff
Bradford County. r-lorlda. "

March only at your Chevrolet Dealer's 2.18 4110 H.WILLIAMS [

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eli 8144Baldwin !I. hereby given that 117 N. WaU.ut St.
sealed bids will be received. by
j the Board of Public Instruction -,
Chevrolet Inc. of Hradford County, Florida STATE FARM I ... .us
at the office of the fiuper- I.
Intendent of Public Instruction Miitsil AcIom.bl. ,. ___
of Bradford County P.O. lnsr, .iice CIm.... __ TO THE SENATE
Box Nome Ottke:
I 919. Mtarks. Florida up to INs.Ian.ct
FLORIDA PHONE 564-7500 7:30: p.m. BrlT) on the day of .....m..I".IU.. "' ......
II l U. S. :301 NORTH STARKE March ill, 1961 for th" construction I (Pd. Pol. Adv.) #
of -
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THURSDAY. MAHC1L. 1', 1981

Greg Reddish led Hurst with
l II point each William Scog-

Kin was high for the losers qnr nj

Ii I p T : with 13.Standlnls. krtr 7G '

K 1. Teiwillenai 4-3.: Baldwin Hurst Shell 5-2, j 1

I 1-4. H C. Wall 2-5. v,

-- Schedule: Mar 9Wall vs i1

Hampton 33- Baldwin:! 7 p. m. Terwillegar vs ;
off by downing '
Carp's Extends 7th straight loss or the I 29 after watching Hamptontake Hurst Shell 8:13 r y '4 '\
i wrryxly'4
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Williams led 111' every
season. halftime lead.
a 20-14 "*"*" /
Bantam Lead quarter and at halftime had They came back strong in the C of C Downs I __ .*_..

a 13-4 lead. Carol Darley led second half, outscoring Hampton s
Carp's extended their record Williams with 10 points while 249. Register { t

to 7-1 by downing An- Jan Rltch, with 13. scored all John Williams of the: Bar- I
drews Drugs 30-8 In the Ban- of Conners' points. Chamber of Commerce
beis' led all scorers uith 18 i
Oil their 2nd : j ,
tam League. In Filday's:! double-header points, while Calvin Osteen handed Register q ry 'y4 I
I Friday, "rL"'R
Carp's held Andrew3 scoreless Williams Jewelry won their was high for Hampton with loss of the season rd a ll'I I
of 2416.
In the 1st period, then second game in a3 many! 13. March 3. by a score
lour basketsIn Register had lost only& one F 'jll fai ti 1 "
them only :
Stave days by downing previously Garden Restaurant increased -
and that was to the league ;c. .
the final three periods. undefeated Starke Builders their undefeated record to ,

Carp's left the court ut half- Supply 19-9 Williams completely -I eight wins by trouncing National lending Elks Lodge out In front The ,,,
time leading 13-2 Jimmy dominated the game, The Chamber Jumped
Guard 61-24. game
Ricks had scoring honors, as they took an 18-3 half-, was never close as Gaideit in !the lt period, 7-0, and led I { war

getting 13 points, while Kent I time lead, but In the second took 29-12 halftime lead. I .all the way taking a halftime ,
I the
of An- led 11-6. Billy Huggins i ,
Oravdon scared all half neither team was able Mike Sexton led Garden with
drews points. I to hit the basket! as Williams 20 points while Gene Summer Chamber with 11 points 1, I tN, ,r
high for .cow
The second game was much I scored only one point and had 8 points for the Guard Lonnie Olive was
closer than the fast asKoch's Builders Supply scored -4 in Standing: Garden Restaur- Register with 14. p iG'y' t
i" wv
the li
Jewelry In the second game, I
defeated Gem the 4th period. -fl
ant 8-0. Bradford Barber Shop undefeated by pFl M'4HI'
3219. Koch's Jumped off Sharon Howell was highpoint 6-2 Hampton 2-6 National Elks remained 1
to 14-6 halftime lead and for Williams with 8 downing Southern Discount

that was as close as Oem points and Carol Reddish Guard 08.Schedule: March 8 Na- :32-23 The Elks have won six ,JIll ,,,,;';I![,i; ,-,,= 1It.-,__..... h 6 ,r
Discount ,
came to them. had 5 points for Builders tional Guard Hampton 7 (tames In a row. Southern '
David Alvarez had the hot Supply. m Garden vs Restaurant vs p. Jumped out in front In CAP Cadets Visit Cedar KeyThe I F

shooting hand as ho! got 15 The second game wasn't as Bradford Shop, 8:15: he first period, 6-5 but the

points for Koch's. Gray close as the first, as HolidayInn Elks came back to lead at Starke Squadron. IMvll' Air Patrol', IU cadet and
Presentation of will
Flynn led Oem with 12 ran away from Conner, be made between the games I scored halftime 14< 13-9 points Roger to lead Kelly the M-nlor members enjoyed u fink.. fry and trip to the Historic :
points. 30-6. Conner managed two .A L LC
Wednesday night. These will Elks and Mark Graudon had 9 Memorial Miineuin at Cedar Key limt Sunday j.
Standings Carp's 6-1; points In the 1st half to trail
go the League Champions, points for the losers. The cadets enpoyed lulling, nwlmmliiic, and .shell hunt
Koch's 4-3, Andrews 3-4 142. Jane Crosby led all
Oem Jewelry 1-6. scorers with 12 points while runners-tip, all-league team, StandingsElks Lodge 6-0. ing, iw. well a" TtftvliiK time many Interesting exhibits. In i

Schedule: Sat.. March 11- Debbie Clark scored! all of most sportsmanship, and high Register Oil 5-2. Chamber of the museum. Including mill shells found nil the brain. and

Andrews vs Gem, 9 a. m.; Conner's points. scoring average. Commerce 2-4. Southern Discount sponges from the wenn. An iHlierman'H. lurk would have 1 Its. DISCOVER how marvelous

Carp's vs Ko h's 10 a. m. Standings: Builders Sup-1 2-5, Winkler Electric 1- no fifth were caught, however.

ply 7-1. Holiday Inn 5-3 Senior Boys S., AH the weary.......'* returosl), to Sturl late Sunday flameless Electric Cooking ireally is.
Starke Builders Williams 4-4. Conner 0-8. League Tightens Schedule Friday March 10 homo. Titus Hummed
Schedule Thursday. Mar.I Winkler vs Southern Discount afternoon and departed. l for Cadet Bry(e r

Has First LouInPowder 9Conner: vs Builders Supply Terwillegar Motors squeezedby 7 p. m. Chamber vs Elks Lodge up the trip In Ills own few. words. "It Had a ball. Faster cleaner cooler eater "Waterless"' cooking retains
I ft m. 0 M. Turner, Information Officer. Vitamins and minerals. Meat shrinkage is minimized.
><: Puff 4pm. Williams vs Holiday Wall Ins 28-24. Tel willegar p.
I Inn, S p. m. led all the way but never by .. .. ...... .. Automatic time and temperature controls mean better results added
Starke Builders' Supplieswon more than 6 points and tooka and children, Danny Graves I night supper guest of Mr. and I hours: of free time.

one and lost their first i Garden Clinches halftime lead of 13-7. and Annette Padgett were Mrs. Doss Hlggenbothan. Sun- the model with the eosy-to-clean
Go First Class..
see new ranges
game of tht season last week. Joe Kauffman was high for :Bayless Hiway dinner guest of Mr. and day of last !iweek visitors were
First PlaceIn fcaturoa and Improvements.. Visit electric applianco dealer toduy.
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson your
In the first game of a dOu- Terwillegar with 10 points Mrs. Edward Graves !In Jacksonville

ble-header, Thursda:', March Men's LeagueWith while Jim Godwin and Mack By Mrs.'0. E. Crosby Sunday. and Mrs Freddy Finingham

2, Starke Builders won their Robinson led Wall with 9 n.... ..... .yyyyy. Mrs. Audrey Hall and Mrs and son all of Jacksonville.way .

7th game in ''a row without a just one (game remain- points each James McRae of Jacksonville

defeat by downing Holiday ing in the Men's League, Garden Hurst Shell after losing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mat- were Friday night guests of write. Come In and THERE'S NO MATCH FOR }

ln" 37-29. Bheryt Ward led Restaurant clinched 1st time twice to Baldwin Chevrolet thews of Lake City. Mr, and Mr and Mrs T. N. Noiman., TilE you RIGHT POINT for the 4 FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... T'"MJ
.Builders Supply with 26 place by downing National earlier in the season, Mrs Barney Eggers and children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp and select favorite KSTFK-: 'A omn pcax Seen rn.psr.FLORIDAPOWE'R -
points while Evelyn Sinclair Guard while Bradford Barbel'Shop trounced the League leaders of Jacksonville and Mis. children of Jacksonville were BROOK'your fonntahi TELE-

led" at halftime, 23-22 settled for 2nd place by 5722. The game was' never Eldon Sapp were dinner dinner guests of Mr and TELEGRAPII. pen. '

in: the second game, Williams taking Hampton in Wednes- close, as Hurst got off to a guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. .3. ,., & LIGHT I COMPANY

Jewelry downed Conner day. March 1. 33-9 halftime lead. Larry Norman Sunday.Mr. L. Johns Sunday HEI.'NUlUl.D FLORIDA

the illness of Mrs Julia Johns .
.. Covers AU sizes 30 cents ea.
and Mrs Lydia Johns. We
at The Teleeraoh. II'
wish them a rapid recovery.
Friends of .J D I Knight! will

1'1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY be he Interested is very 111 in in Knowing Biatiford mat. .. I

County Hospital
'y or

Farm and Industrial '
Equipment PAINT '& GLASS Clinic"Set, ,. .,:, ., j.i K" .. .

L & L l\len'sShop, For March 13-16 RESOURCES

.* Jeep Jeepster Florahelm Shoes Guaranteed and Insured Real Estate Mortgages .-:'$5333.080.9U

,. Santa Fe Tractor, rise Pluma Suits Liddell Paint & The Junior Woman's!' Club, U. S. Government Bonds and Notes .__..... 74.591.59S
Family of 4 Wbeel Drive Inc. Ladies Sports Wear with the 'l assistance; of Tom
Glass Co. w:.. _$4J2,672,507
Arrow Dress ShirtsIS Casey, Bradford County Total U. S Obligations.

:: RAMBLERRidgway FORD \V. University, GainesvilleMOBILE KTANIZE PAINT'SGisesMhror.Sliding School Superintendent, will Other Real Estate Mortgages ......... 41.823,057

Farm Tractors & ImplementsFord Door. sponsor a two part bicycle lossTMEMENT Public Utility Bonds ....__.-_ 24,530,680

.... Motor Co. USED Industrial!: EQUIPMENTSALES Equipment HOMES Tub EncIosurM-Showw Dean clinic State and Municipal Bonds __...__....-_ '-.. 17,918,215

1132 8. MaID -PART SERVICE -Window.-Awnii gCarpe4WalipaperStorefront > Part one will take place Other Bonds._. _____._._. ,-. --__'_ -----_ 38880.1U

HC, Gainesville J72-S433 PICK UP & DELIVERY MUSTANGMobile March 13-16 and part two Pdlicy loans .. ,, _... ... -...._._......_.__-.----------_ 23,350,427
Con.tattoo. consists of an obstacle course 'Estate ._ 11,665.022
.4&8 NW. Sixth Gainesville Company Occupied Real ------
r. Phone 376-2948 Homes, Inc. 116 NW. Sixteenth St. for bicycles conducted by the $ Investment Real Estate ..?. ...-_._- _.... 1.818,523

... I Gainesville's Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE!: 872-8191 Staike Police Department at Cash ...-_....__..._-,..._._--__ 3,047.878
10 a. m. on Frkuiy. March
:'BRASINGTONc1ADfLLACOLDSMORILE I Home Sales Lot Stocks .... _.._- .. .... 888,624
GARDEN :SUPPLIES 17. at the side of the High
M .._.
Purchase discounts on. entire Other Resources
GLASS School auditorium, fer the ..
Inc. ; chain guarantee. huge _vincs.Ilnlf. purpose of a Safety Checkon Total _$58i.oaj.ozs

Johnson & Faris Inc. .. the bicycle and check of Of
SALES & SERVICE: proper hand signals and
] Ln Selection of Used Cars Complete Line ot obeying safety rules [Can ex-

'Taken On 'Cadillac Trade, lEEDS-PlANTS-!! I Priced.Used /Mobile With Homes approved-credit Low & Glazing Co., Inc. tra bicycle will be availableif Reserves to Guarantee Obligations to Policyowners. -7469.008.84S

-,>1'1 N.W.13th". Bl. 441 : It is too far for the childto Policy Revaluation R Mrves_. -- 17,000,000
Insecticide*-Pet BOPPMM low as $100 down.
.. PHONE J18- 301 O MIRRORS rldt to town! PROGRESS Investment Fluctuation Reserves 11,821,342

fOe I FERTILIZERS 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North AUTO GLASS Each child passing the Other Obligations _. .. ,-.ti...--._ 14.941.95S
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Gainesville 378-1346 Police Obstacle Course will
Tub Enclosures Shower. Capital ((7,500,000, Shares $2 par) and
234 NW. 8th Ave. CALL (COLLECT receive a plaque for his or
CRANEWTOOLNMERCCRT Doora Store' Fronts. Unassigned Surplus ._._.__ 68,312.882
her bicycle at a later date.
PRONE 312047'G&lnNVi11e. :1319 8. Main Gainesville r 8I.085.1lZf
Fla !MotorcyclesScootersCYCLERAMA 376-09S1 VYmvyv..yy..yyy.yvyyVIAXVILLE Total __ _.

Authorized Sated k" Service -

60* U. University Gainesville GLASSGAINESVILLE MotorcyclesYAMAHA SEWING MACHINES
Flume 372.4251Crane's 43,744,410.021
*. By Mrs. A. C. Slate
.BIIW National Sewing Phone 2894191.AAA.AAA&.AAA.A.&WAA. 1368 INCREASE IN INSURANCE IN fORCE 245.358,111-{

"* Volvo (Mercedea-Ben) "EVERYTHINa IN, GLASS" ACCESSORIES Machine Co., Inc. .. 1366 INCREASE IN RESOURCES 44,411,531

FIAT-HILLMAN Store Fronts Mirrors 613 W. UnlwrHlty Gainesville New Home, Ptaff, Nelco ,NorUa TublnuMr. .Ewluilini $is,2ilaoo, mulling from pirticlpallon/ In Semictmen Group Life Insurance Pnxnnt
9901: ) N. Main : ,..Gainesville Windows Sliding Glass Universal Sewing; 'Machines ( and Mrs. John A. North

Phone 373-4373 Doors Tub Enclosure Sales & Service announce the engagement of Z 1

3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. MOVERS Nearly New Units $5. monthly 'their daughter, Virginia Helen, '..J! .
Beauty Academy Gainesville 374-2084 Budget Terms Available to Russell! Willis Tobias, son The figures In this financial statement-while Impressive and reflecting outstanding\

Long Distance Moving 811 W. University Gainesville of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. growth and strength-tell only i part of the story of Liberty National In addition to regular

; IRON ORNAMENTAL Local Drayage 378-ISM Tobias of Ashfleld. Mass. i policy reserves the company has more than $&8 million of capital and tmassigned surplusto
POWELL'S Storage Packing-!prating The bride-elect graduated guarantee the fulfillment of obligations to its policyowners. Life insurance in fan

Beauty Academy Shipping from Baldwin High School. exceeds S3.7 billion.
Ornamental Iron FREE ESTIMATES CALL Her fiance from
& PAINTFLiSY17OTL graduated 34conveniently
Steel StairsF'abrlcetlon TILES Smith Vocational Licensed in 25 states and the District of Columbia, Liberty National now has

lAwn *,, Profeealom 2* ,Tour & Erection of HILL'S MOVING North Hampton, Mass.High School located offices in Alabama. Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi Oklahoma Spare Time. Full or Part Time I
DAY & EVENING CLASSESLow Miscellaneous Light Structural Iron Steel & Storage, Inc. : THJB The wedding will be at 8 end California. Company employees now number more than 4,000. / .

Tuition Term 3540 N.E. Waldo B4. I Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asllbalt pm. Friday, March 24 at the IIIr We are ever mindful of the confidence placed In us by our policyowners and pledge ...
Steel Products Co. Maxvllle BuptUt Church.All .
21. N.W. 10th Ave. Gainesville 372-4171 Floor Finishing 'apARPET our continued efforts( to provide: efficient, honest and reliable service. .. ,
friends "
and relatives of
878-276 53 N.W. 23rd Blvd., Gainesville
OttlnesvIUe 372-5381 1 WAIXPAl'KR': the couple are invited, r S.
MUSIC I j Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade

CONCRETE PRODUCTS Tenney Tile & Paint and family were Sunday dinner .
I JANITOR'S SUPPLIES Lipham Music Co. guest in Hampton of Mrs. .
INSIST: THAT ALL YCMTR OalurmvUIn Shopping Ctr. 9232 N.W 6Ul Bt. W. M. Slade and Mra. Jessie ( STARKECharles

CONCRETE FKODUCTS"ARE 372-6353 Gainesville 378-1302 Willla and family I

: THE BEST FROM I Spence 110 N. W. lOUb Avenue {Mrs Betty Johnson 'of !Mac-
Chemical SuppliesJanitorial Authorized clenny spent several days last E. Zipperer Lavern II. Outlaw fTJf .

Edward's Building I Baldwin Piano. &: Organ TRAVEL week here with Mr. and Airs. I
CleanIng ,
Supplies .
Guitars o. Gibson OoyaDrum.e John North and family. "Thomas C. Pace
Inc. Chemical.ax -
Supply Ludwig Sllngerland -
Allaa Joann Shlnholser of
Brooms Brushes Mops Tender Standard Amplifiers
I House of Travel Jacksonville visited here last
72' S. llalA-372-4844 Buckets Restroom Supplies ,
OATNE9VILLE FLA. & Hqulpment Office Equipment _. : week with Alias Virginia '

707 SK and G'vllle 872-21M: INC. North. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE BUTLER
Hancock Office AmLINI191 I Mra( Walter Lanthrlpp was /.1
BLECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC' expected to undergo surgeryTuesday
LADIES WEAR EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAUtboriaed STEAMSHIP! of this. week in a Robert; S.' ifendry Johnny G", Dasher '"j/

Jacksonville hospital.Mrs. y
R. R.IHotels
Motor Repair Co. Cherry'sOalnesvUle's DealerClaryVlclorTotalie Car Rentals! Andy Dye and g baby IJ
left Friday of last, week tu
Most Fashionable Adding Uaohlnee.; CileubLton No Charge For Our Hitrvlre
Of Gainesville. Ine. 1 return to their home !In California -
RtspairingR.windingNew Address For Ivdles SALES! -SERVICE-KEOTAU Weekday 8:30: to 8OO after spending several 1
and Used DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY :SAVE TIME Discuss ;roar Sat 0 to 12. months herd' with her parents, j ''V 1a191 LIBERTY NATIONAL
with first
WORK GUARANTEED I WEAKACCESSORIES requirements tu Mr, and Mrs George Moslay
'10SO .. Mala GalnecvUle. Stt N Man 6t. Gaines villa I 1413 W 'University' AT*. and family. LIFE: INSURANCE COMPANY
7 W University Calneeville Phone 378-1351 OalnetvUle 378-1691
Phone 372-8318 Mr. and Mrs. Arthu..Cart.rI BltmmCUMM ALABAMA .1

......, .L- 1. r_ c:.. .==- --= ,, =.:-. ',_ ---:;:*,,- .-+ ;TacksonvlHe! vrereSunday

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Tnun'DA &r.fct> ir A "

uuu"uuHAMPTON uuuuuu I week Prison Probe Bradford County..
GET CASH -l Junior GAy IntermediateAnd I l The letter was. signed by
Into Food Loss
1'1VA'aThe Glenn Lawh Jr. OA'i met ""Tuesday Continues Diane Whitehead clerk :

IMMEDIATELY By Mnt.. Mary WiIUamou..u.u.aun.aaaaau Afternoon the church ,with< resldenetaoin<, shrdlu JDIN THE PEOPLE'S REBELLION "'
their counselors Mr Horace
The investigation. into ,alleged
Dyal and Mrs. Lawton. irregularities In the Roping ClubTrophies -

WIWU Home Mission\ Youngblood. Intermediate lrn.ilng! ,:: of foodstuffs at the

IWT $25 TO $600 W.ck. Of Prayer OA's meeting was, held State Prison is continuing, Given VOTE\
Thursday afternoon at the ,
Home Mission week of State Attorney: T. E. Duncan For February ,
home o{ their counselor, /M", said Saturday.
Prayer programs wera' sche D. E. Hill. YWAX' mi.t a( the state I TOM
Duncan said that auditors The :
Roping RALPH
duled thU week at Hampton:: ''church ''Tuesday evening. 'withtheir Bradfoid) 1 ;
DO you HAVE. Baptist Church. are still ,going over prison' high".point trophies lor the I ?
The theme "As ''you counselor Mrs. Charles records, but he would f not estimate month oFebruary were
Too many payments to make? Search"" was brought go out- Hicks. how long it would take awarded ,at the regular Sun- ROAD and THOMASHouse
The week of prayer programs to
complete the day
-Too bills by Mrs. Irvin McConauphy at phase: .of Horse Show.
many to ? also
pay atrew a special investigation The trophy in the 7 and
Monday morning's) meeting at offering for Home Missions, Channel 12 television ( Dist. 16)) (House Dist.
the church. Others taking 1 In under age group vent to 17)hrr ...

DO YOU NEED part were Mrs George Ken- the{, with Annie Hampton Armstrong OfferIn Jacksonvilleaired..., .. .... series" of f Dean Brown Ronnie Hall I{ :
BaptistChurch's s
WMU Mrs. > < >" t,. t-r>o w**ks ago was winner in the 8-12 group,

EXTRA CASH NOW? Charles nan Hicks, president Mrs. Arnold lines Warmlnir goal' set at $50. charging b. n a.sappearlna that foodstuffs from had th and 13-19,;! 'Ernest group.Trlait Bruest'Jr. in sister thee Send The, flfl"J( 'rk Team" To Tallahassee :

Haddock Mrs. Paul L. Bates .
arMrs Rothelle prison at the rate of *8.000 to Dora, accepted the trophy
and Mrs. D. E. Hill
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Tuesday. Hampton WMTJ Jones and family were honored $10.000 per month during a for him since ha was In the ROWAND\ and :
with a house '
MONEY PROBLEMS Joined First Baptist Church In Friday night. warmingon Around rfrom, last July to. November hospital with appendicitis.The ,
i arena coml111b: :_ errang-,,
Starke for covered dish
a thirty; or forty friends called:! Warden DeWitt Sinclair, 1 said ed ,acme different events, tort ..,
lunch and the program "As .
during the hours of 7 till 9. 'I this figure would,,, t the rr V ARE
represent contestants and
We Are Trained To Help! you goEncounter" with Cake and they wilt ..." *' i ,
were se yed. about 20 of be ,
Miss Ruth Bagwell Florida per con( theMprison changing; these from Sunday -
,: GA :Director, of Jacksonville The hostesses were Mrs. food:cost pr,,month, cud thai toSunday to offer var FOR GREEN BELT LAWS & AGRICULTURE
Town Finance Co. as speaker. Packham Donald" Slade. Mrs Merle .It would :have,' been Impossible lety to audjenfa,, and parti-I ,
and Mrs. Lester for any such shortage to occurwithout' cipants alike.Winners SUPPORTING .
Wednesday night, women :McCullough.: GOV. KIRK
I being undetected. of
226 N. presented at prayer' meetinga Sumhiy's events
Ph. 964-7419
After Duncan, entered into are as follows/ ,..
program on mission work Mr. and Mrs I to OPPOSED
Richard Keys the investigation Cloverleaf TO LBJ
subpoenaed : Bobby Carter,
In the United States, Cuba
I and farnUy'moved recently to all,files and info I manna under 7; Ronnie HaUl, 8 to ., ,
and Panama continuing the
I I one of D. H. Crawford's:! that had been compiled 12 Kelly
by ; Forsyth. 13-19; Ann
program "As you GJ Reach houses near the Southern I VOTE TOM
Channel 12. ROWAND
Hawkins, 20 .
Out, Orow and Live.". Railroad. and; over ReP. Dist. 16 u
Texas Barrel WeaveDora .
O A'' and YWA groups are Mr. Mrs. : i,,
Dewey Mc- WWI \ \ \
Florida Theatre also emphasizing tru ."A s Clellan and family purchased Veterans Triest. 7,. and under; Klmbo y

You Oo" theme in their' weekof this one of the new home*' bull Will Hold RallyAt Forsyth.13-19; Doyle. 8-12;Hkttn Ellis 20 Griffin and VOTE RALPH THOMAS ReP. Dist. 17

prayer programs by last R. J. Williams and movedin CourthouseA over.. i .. '

1 Showtime Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: Mr and Saturday.Mrs Lead: Bobby Carter, 7 and'' ,

Saturday 1:00: 3OIDRIVEIN Clellan vacated moved by Richard to Henry the home Mc- veterans rally will of be World held at War 1:30: I under.Arena: P.QJe'?] '', Jump_ : Danny I Vote March 28th In The People's RebellionPaid

Keys" pBU. Friday.,. March: 10 .In ..Hazeru 3-12: Ellis!: Griffin
FRL, SAT, MARCH 10, 11 Mr. and Mrs. D. F.: Hill the'Bradford County courthouse 13-19; Doyle! ,Mason 20 and
spent the 'iri .v
weekend : Braden -
according to an announcement over.. I I
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM ton visiting Mr. and Mrs Racer) I' I ( for
by Republican
Arena Campaign. TreasurerXAiCordial
by W. Ik Davis, : Bobby :-
esa ALt NEW AND IN COLOR RilMMxt By,HEAtART PIcMm ICOREY OPEN 7:00: Gene Clouse. Department Chief of Staff. 7 and under.Handerchief |
Jessie May Brannen of ..
OF ,- SHOW TIME: 7:15 of Inverness. Race: I __-
TNE "' l >6iii with Bartow Mrs.spent the weekend "This,, meeting is. of. vital Joyner 8-12; Kelly Randy,'
T. F. Brown and
ADMISSIONAdults concern to alt World\ War P 13-19; Eugene Johns, 20 and!_
75c Students 60c Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- veterans living in and around over. ,, l|

Children Under 12 Free nen On Sunday they were Bradford County," Davis< said. Flag Race. :. Dennis Brown,
i' joined by Mr. and
Mrs.\! Lynn "Department.:officers> of the' 7 and under! Keith Jones, 8- '
Friday; Saturday Sunday for Hall lunch.and went to Schenclcs WWI organization will be 12; Cllls!: Orlffis. 13-19; Ronald Welcome Awaits You.fi4

-LUSH JBJJR CIIBfRrAh T< 1L..A March 10, 11, 12 Mr and; Mrs. D. 11. Crawford issues present' now''to' explain twin" the the WWI vital Prevail. 20 and ovei. .; .=

were shopping In Jacksonville .5 ,u

|, PLUS 1 II An on Monday.Mr. lation veteran for, such too, hierwis as new tn legis pensions 7 Woods FiresReported i } j TREVIVAL
and Mrs. J. O. Adklns
how Medicare affects :
ordinaryguy hI attended the greater Gainesville the veteran malting application ,In County ,
like livestock show lit Gainesville -
.ou..coo.o..._ ............_ on Thursday night VA hospital for and. treatment ln\,,a Seven woods fires and SO '
no one what, is behind acres, burned,
Master |Sgt., R. L. BrownJr. were reportedfor
: THE NAVY you haveevFarmet son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. the plan to' place vet- the put ,week by the I
Brown Sr. was chosen as one eransunder Social Security, Florida :Forest Service.No .

k THE( N'GHT.Ma J' re before! vv; l of official the Marines hostesses that greeted stod the:by and the National" order Cemetery closing Arlington to any tower.rainfall wall recordeda, |) '

guests attending the Governor veterans. Since Jan. 1 this year there
VAN V/ DOREN ElSLEVjafiMbEFAULMRlfflf $ C S + WALT DISNEY of Maryland's Inaugural Membership Is in, the organization I. have been 41 fires, reported
t Ball limited to persona and a total of 304.3
Lt w.Ml on January 28. acres
\\ ) 1 |COLOR by c.Lux.l I who served in the Armed
burned. Over the periodin
Mrs. C. H. Perry left Sun- same
J : I orces of the? USA between' the
/ & First
1836 there
;i day after spending several dates of April 6., 1917 until were 28 fires
weeks with Mr. and Mrs T. reported and 126.1 acres
SUN. THRU WED. MARCH 5-8 November 11, 1918, ,with, an burned.
. BoJSI-i J. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Grady honorable -
I Perry carried her a& far as .., .. -
II "Bring; :your service dls- ', .

I ("YOU ARE GOINGTO ENJOY 'ALFIE1 VERY MUCH." 1: JacksonvilleMr.. and Mrs. Charles j charge" with :you to the meeting L '
I( ,
r V. f" Davis said ROY MILLER
'f -LSFLMagarineALFtI
PARAMOUNT PICTbDCS presents I Hicks and family attendtd I CHURCH COMMENDS ChristianSalem
the birthday dinner of Mrs.
TECHNICOLOR onawnsw.rwow..o. In a letter dated Feb." IS Evangelist
Hicks' N.
grandfather, A.
]Rev Glenn Lawton pastor ofthe rSy
Ccraen: held Sunday ae the
I Northstde Baptist Church,
home ot Mr. and Mrs. J. 1*
I and members jof his
congregation -
Dykes on Santa Fe Lake. z :
I expressed gratitude to
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Saxon
and Janet were vlsltmg- Mr.
recent actions designed to]
The II and Mrs. Glen McIntosh and curb truancy among school- .J..II-
Mr ant:!! Mrs. Edward Saxon children.The .
I age ..
and:! family on Sunday.
I I letter, addressed to Ask .
..1 Willlard and Joule Henion I Judge Yawn, said: Htt"r STARKE
of Tallapoosa were vlaiunxj We, the pastor ant mem- Charley
the A. O. Warrens last week-.
bers of. Northslde Baptist

end.Mrs. Mary Watterson and Church take this opportunity E.Johns.
to express; our approval and L I
f Mrs. Myrtle Watterson were
gratitude for
M.T' your recent action
recent visitors
to Ft. Myersto
visit! Mrs. Bessie Bryant. branches in coordinating all march
of 1 law enforcement
Mrs. Bessie Wamn, was officer of Bradford About this C
County question: :
,, Pdyhlg bills transferred ,from the Bradford in an all-out effort to control I
County Hospital last
.4 our youngsters' school "To rebuild a home, apart-
Friday to St. Vincent's Hospital
attendance. ment, or commercial build-
In Jacksonville Furthermore, we pledge our. ing will cost almost 200% o:1, : [ ) ...
Mr and Mrs. R. O. Cope-
wholehearted support to county than it did in
more today
land of Valdosta O*. visited
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall officials who will endeavorto 1940, according: to ap-

almost pleasant-- several days !last: week. ;1. Clean up our magazine praisal experts Does the M 12 17

1 The Community of Hamp- racks and book counters to Charley E. Johns Agency
opr r' ton wishes! to express our rid our county of pornographic supply insurance to pay -
deepest:! sympathy to the
materials which we feel full replacement cost on E
iH George! Pierce family.
eeA are now available to any person either residences or commercial
Mrs. of
Dimple Bussey
of at almost "
any age any buildings?
Savannah. Ga.
newastandi, In Bradford County f .
Mr. and Mrs John Parker L
: Charley E. JohnsAgency.

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Har- 3. Prevent the sale of intoxicating :30: P.Me EAcH NIGHT
din of Jacksonville were visit beverages to the

ing Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat young people of our. county; 131 S. Walnut St.

I terson on Tuesday.I and 'k f'' t 1jII.: .. '. -.I 'rr'w''' .*",, .'" r '.
3. Prohibit lotteries and/or PHONE 961-5070
gambling In any form In

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when you have a Checking Account :,..) .-.=--. ..-.wuu...uovnmu-.."..-' _w.wn"I"" u."...... SAMPLE SECOND SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT -..

There's' longer any reason to walk miles brave the elements '0:0-:

stand on lines just to give your money away. Open a Checking. Better !Iom Furniture Co. DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Account with us and pay your bills in the comfort of your home. 1200 S. Edgewood Ave.

When you pay by check, you have legal proof of payment,, Juckitonvllle. > Florida 82203 .. MARCH 14, 1967


On vacation and business trips carry t J Precinct No. ;' ,"

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''I'' Quality Carpets at Budget
TRAVELERS CHEQUES ''ii i ___ ':,:..:''''''''...r-, I Prices ,;,, 4To. I vote for. a person whose name Is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) In the square;, ..

Expert Inatallatlon m 'Starke .. ;;at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom! you desire to vote. ,"\:(1.,.
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531 N. Main\ Gainesville .

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KEYSTONE HILITES, Tunstall '" i ii i I Rebel 3,000 Is Termed Success I r By Indians 89-75 Win InPreliminaries Final Quarter Costs Indians Tithe

Please_ Phone In By Your Jim Fox Items 473.4148 And Austin ,With 140 Pros And Amateurs In Region 3C Finals With Berkeley

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS March 8, at Park-of-the- One hundred and forty received top prize money of "Hot" was the word for The curtain rang down on rounded team that Is i a god
Fifty members and friends Palms. The donation for the SentencedEarl atiy. I'I ptos: and amateurs participated -! $500 for his victory. Rhoden's Indians an they the Keystone Indians' 1966- representation for thetr

attended the luncheon and luncheon will be $1,60 per in the first annual Local winners In the ama- met Bronson In the preliminaries 87 season here Saturday school. HI

meeting of the Woman' person. Please contact Mrs i I Rebel 3.000 open golf tournament teur division were: of the Regional 3C night as Tampa Berkeley The team's clean play and I

Club Tuesday, Feb. 28, at John Bird, at 473-4709, for Austin and Maliah ., at the Keystone Golf Stfountry Championship flight: Bob Tournament here last Friday" humbled them 52-44 in the sportsmanship was confirmed !

12:30: p. m., In the educational reservations. Tunstall began serving termsin Club and Ironwood Hayes. 2nd place, $75; John night finals of the Regional 3C by the referees and op-

building of the Community President Nelson announ- State Prison this week 1- Club In Gainesville lest Fri" DuPrlest. 3rd place $50; Karl Five" Indians hit In double Tournament.The ; ponents. Their desire to eX,+

Church. The entire ced that the Art FellowshipClub after pleading guilty In Clay day and Saturday. Voyles, 6th, $10. figures as they easily defeated Indians. while defln- cell was tempered only by the

presentation was P'!'eslded would hold an exhibitat County circuit court Tuesdayto Lea Stephenson, Keystonepro First flight: Jim essincr-, Bronson 89-73 and won Itey not up to top form, aforementioned sportsman

over by the President, Mrs. WIlliston on Thurs. March charges of breaking and ,termed the event an unqualified ton and Ray Ferries tied for the right to play Tampa Ber- were able to trade point for ship and fair J play These' are

David Nelson. 9. This will only be a morning entering the A. E. Powell --... success and said, first place. Ferlres won the keley In the finals. point up to half Urns when the attributes that a sports

The guest speaker, intro exhibition. Every imaginable home on Standing Boulevard, "We hope to have a pot of playoff for $100 top prize, Keystone started off with the score stood 23-24 In the program Is supposed to foai

duced by Mrs. Sara ;fcDonI form of art will be on north of Orange Park, last Moody Official $7.500 Jn prizes for the sec- and Chesslngton received, $75 a. substantial 2S-19 lead in visitors' favor.Keystone ter, and Under Rhoden's

I aid, was C. Russell Mason display, and members are July.Austin's ond annual Rebel next/ year." : as runner-up. the first quarter then split put on the pres- leadership these principled
director of the Florida Audu- urged to take their paintings ten :year sentence. Heard TonightAt Labron Harris Jr. of Burn- Second flight: dor-ion Lee, 17-17 in the second to lead sure In the third period and were fused on the practice

bon Society. Mr. Mason is a ceramics, etc,. early. Refreshments will run concurrently with a Park Of Palms eyvllle. Okla. won the tour- let $100.; Huntley Red_ learn. 42-32 at half time. picked up ft points, but field and In competitive playj
horticulturist by profession, will be served. one year sentence from Put- nament's pro division and 2nd $75.Third The third quarter was re- the final Quarter was pure Tills: ;year's first string, all

but has been Interested In The state. meeting/ of the nam County for escape;, anda Robert L. Constable, exe- had five birdies during this flight: Roy Tyre: mlnescent/ of the first aa the agony for Indian fans as Ber- seniors deserve the fans' accolade

ornithology since he was ,Florida Federation of Wom- five year sentenco from cutive vice president and 35-33-68 final tour cf the 3rd. $50. Indians accounted for 24 keley, aided: by free throws, of "well done." Rho

seven years old. an's Clubs will be held at Alachua County for auto general manager of Moody par 36-33-72 IronWood' Club A total of $1,120 In merchandise points. Increasing: their lend picked up 21 points to the den and his returning warriors *

After an interesting discussion Daytona' each, April 1720. theft. Tunstalll's five-year Bible Institute of Chicago will for a 36-hole' total of 136. He was given AS prUes by nine and entered the final Indians' 9. will have new records a3

I, which Included statisticson The Keystone Heights sentence will run concur- be heard at Park-of-the in the amateur division. stanza leading 66-45. From the floor, Keystone goals for next season as a result -

the various species of Woman's Club will conduct a rently with a Putnam County Palms this' Thursday and Rhoden left the first stringIn accounted for 19 baskets to of this year's record. .

birds that can be observed In "Driver Improvement Cour- sentence of from six months Friday nights at 7:30: concluding until assured of victory, the visitors' 18, but Berkeleyhad Score by quarters:
to 2% years for his part in Cub then turned the play over to 20 out of 31 free throwsto Keystone 9 14 12 94.
Florida, Mr. Mason shared se' on May 3rd and 4tli, from a week of special Pack 305 Members Enjoy : f
with his audience his l collec- one to five in the afternoon.The an attempted B&E at the services.Mr next year's varsity After a Keystone's 6 out of 9. This Berkeley: 10 14 7 :21-52

I tion of color slides of birds regular monthly business Blue Pines Bar on Si R 100 Constable Is a well Annual Blue & Gold few bad moments, they set. 11 points was more than Individual statistics: :

that habitate this part of the meeting of the Keystone south of Keystone Heightslast known Bible conference Banquet tled down and received In- their margin of victory. Keystone:. Moon, 3-0-8; .S,

country. Woman's: Club will be on summer. speaker and has written Valuable training In tournament : Keystone's percentage of 27 Brokas, 5-3-13; M. Brokas]

President Nelson introduced March 14 at 2 p. m.. it the Austin will also face trial numerous Bible study articles Den Mothers Pat Parsons, Mike Wrinkle, senior- play.Keystone. from the floor ranks as their 1-3-4; Osteen, 2-0-4; Trlest;

this< guests who attended Municipal Building./ In Putnam County on the for Moody monthly maga-: Jean Methvin Fran Turk- I ranking Den Chief, called his had an overall season's lowest. Stefan Bro- 8-0-10r: Hewitt. 317. To

this lecture and also thedub's W Pierman, 'who is super- Blue Pines charge, and the nett, and Phoebe Gallon; Honor Guardcomposed of percentage of over 60 from kas led the team with 13 tals. 19-6-44. ;

new mtmber, Mrs. Amy: intendent at Gold Head case Is set for Putnam County zine.The public Is Invited to attend proudly presented the annual Larry Turknett, Miko Meth- 'both the floor and the foul line. points. Trlest was the only Berkeley: Wilson 5-10-201(

Mc-Elrath. Branch ,,State Park, will be circuit court, opening next these last two meetings. Blue and Gold Banquet for tin, Bobby Hayes, and Bruce Carl Hewitt paced the Indiana other Indian In double figures Swann, 3-3-8; Price. 6-1-1JJ:
Mrs. John Bird announced the guest speaker at the week. Cub Pack 306 at Camp) Immo- Bannonto post colors while with 23 points, followedby with 10 points. Berkeley Lederman, 1-4-6.: Sallman,
The third man involved In < kalee's dining hall on February the National Anthem being Trlest with 18, O'Steen 1-3-5.
that the Alachua Federation Woman's Club luncheon. was also had two men in double Totals. 16-20-52.
both the Park and Ford and S. Brokaa with 14 each,
Orange Virginia 22.The
of Women's Clubs will mtetat meeting on March 28th 12:30p. : sung. figures Wilson! with 20 and
I the Blue Pines cases was not buffet style dinner The bountiful dinner, and Moon with 11. Williams & & & &&&& && &
9:30: a. m., Wednesday, m. at the educational Wed Gary Kalos prepared Price with 13.
sentenced In Clay County meeting was called to orderat of Bronson was high point
by Mrs. Voncille Ketch While Keystone was unableto
building. Mr. Flerman will court this week. His case was Eliam Church 6:15: with Carlton Paul and man of the game with 34&
speak on "State Parks" In her committees, was advance to the State tour- INDIAN BEACH{;
laid over pending his trial on Senior Warden of St. Anne's served with, the help of teenagers Munroe and Shuler were also nament, Rhoden's Indians
Winners of the Thursday.
KEYSTONE the Blue Pines charge In Miss Virginia Ford and Episcopal Church giving .theInvocation. Dana Hayes, Bonnie in double figures for Bronson added another trophy for the
I March 2. meeting of the Du- Lake gaat Fe
with 11 and 18 points re- ) :
Putnam County circuit court united in .
plicate club Gary H. Kalos were McLean Marlene Keeth mounting collection In then
were aa
follows:Bridge 1st place North and next week. He has pleadednot marriage in a double ring Dorothy Nelson Sheryl spectively. A. E. Anthony gym. By I Michael. H. CUtty "

South. guilty to the charge. ceremony at El lam. Baptist Thrift, Cathy Paul and Rox- Score bv quarters: This has been banner Ph, 475-2171 m
HEIGHTS- Mr and Mrs. Fremont The three men are charged! Church In Melrose on February pinch. ann Ketch. Johnny Warren, Keystone: 25 17 24 23-89 a .
In athletic
Tolles 2nd Bait!: and Keystone's
West; ;Mr. and place Mrs. Raymond with the theft of Jewelry, a 12 with Rev. James Fink The couple will reside In who was working on a Boy Bronson: 15 17 13 -75: year history. The spadework started & &A& ..

Starnes. television set. a sewing ma-, officiating.The Gainesville Scout badge helped! with, the Individual statistics: last by Cottca Klrt- Greetings: fellow Indian
chine, and two radios from! daughterof Keystone: M. Brokas 4-1- year
bride: !Is the heavy chores. Beach-ites. from your rolling*
CIVIL DEFENSEThe ley, was amplified and refin-
the Powell home. Mr. and Mrs. 'C. A. Ford After dinner Cubmaster 9; Moonl11; O'Stean, teporter. "How's by you.". -
ed Coach Rhoden this
MELROSE following rescue operations Three women companions Mr Kalos Is the son of Mr. NEWS NOTESBy Jack Bannon introduced the -4-14'; S. Brokan, 7-O--14' by We all had a very nice week'Continued
in weUI.
resulting -
were assisted In during :year -
of the men, who were arrested and Mrs. Sol Kalos,of West : distinguished guests and officials Trlest, 9-0-18; Hewitt r ( .on nest page)
:February by the Clay County 23. Totals, 41-7-89. 11-1-1
during an investigation Hollywood. of the Pack,
Helen Egan IncludingDen
BUSINESS l Civil Defense unit: Feb. 4oxygen of the Blue Pines case, Baskets of white snowflake, Mothers, Neighborhood Bronson: Gilbert, ; I...... ... lIIIIIIIiIIIIII .... .... -- -...
given! for carbon Williams, 15-4-34; Edmond
have been bound over to i c'hrysl1nthemums.8teen' I Commissioner Phil Parsons.
monoxide victim. Highway 21. son, 3-2--8; Munroe, 0-1-11;
the Clay County Circuit ery end palms were used In HOMEMAKERS!. CLUB Assistant Cubmaster Barry
DIRECTORYAnlo I Feb: 8 report of man slump Shuler, 8218. Totals, 33-9-
ed over in 4 car, Highway Court on charges of posses- decorating the church. .( The r The monthly meeting of ,Wyman, Committee Chair- 75. PHONE COLLECT 475.215324iFATSERViCE'.
100. sion of stolen goods. traditional wedding music. the HomemAkers Club of man Jack Methvin, Committeeman -
Sale A Service Feb. 11. auto accident on
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was presented by the pianist Clay County : :xt.ens1oiClubll Bill Beam, Den .
Highway 21 south; auto ac- ,
on' TyyttmtwyRvnytneMFLROSF Mrs. Albert Feagle. will be held at 9:30: a. m. on Chiefs Ricky Warren. Mark
SPRING.MOTORS cident Highway 100 east:
automobile Given in marriage by her March* at Clay ;Electrlo: Jordan".and, Mike Wrinkle. TUB: KIODT POINT for the
Complete' Service 2c: Farts PorVOLKWA0IN 21. onfire.. Highway( father, the bride wore a full hall A coffee hour will. precede and, all the CUbs elect yon favorite ESTER- [ ,
Feb. 14 .gun shot wound BROOK; TELE-
length white satin !gown I the business meeting< Gold Arrows were:present- fountain pen.
IT n'. For A Volk...,eWe Hall youngchildren. at Putnam By Sally Rothhammer overlaid with white lace. She and program. The March:' ted to Donald Trlest Darrell way you writ. Com la sad
] Feb. 18 drowning, St. GRAPH.
Have IL" Johns'Rivet. Feb. 19. drowning carried a white Bible covered program will be on "Paints White, and Joey Ricks: Silver I
.Always Pl.nt/ Of Good TTsed I St. 4uu..u..auaaf with a bouquet of Frenched and Wall :Finishes," and.Mrs. Arrows to Mike Methvin, BRANNAN'SPLUMBING
Johns River. Feb 20,
Volkswagens In Stock carnations ivy leaves, and a Agnes Cuendet and her Donald Wingate. Darrell ,
0c..- ......... SS4-KM fire Highway 100 east. Feb. Duplicate Bridge winners white orchid. daughter Beverly will present White, and Kevin Bannon; SCHEDULEOF I
fire 'were
24. at Silver Lake. Feb. last week : Mrs. Gay
Miss Doris Ford sister of lesson, attended and service star to
the study as they) a one-year SERVICES
BEATTTY SHOP 25. fire ,In trailer, Highway Livingston and Mrs Ray, & HEATING
the bride, maid'of honor, :
was the (Leadership'meet Jimmy Andrews
100 east. 26. fire end ox- Starnes 2nd place, Mrs. C. W :
wearing a short gown of pink fig' In Cove Spnngs>on PARKof
> Wolf 1 badges were presented -
KEYSTONEBEAVDTSHOP ygen call, smoke inhalation, Hardy and Mrs F. 'r. Hogue !
satin overlaid with l la re. BOB BRANNAN, Owner
Brooklyn Lake Feb. 28, oxygen 3rd place-Mrs. Roland Bryan Feb. 28. to Robbie Parsons, Danny the
Howard HorowlU: was best ; FELLOWSniF CLUB
I : call for heart attack and Mrs. J. f Vose. 4th Raulerson, Mark Klefer.
man, and ushers were Harold Members and friends interested PALMSSUNDAYS
Howard Cal-
Edith ohn.rai. Ow..rF victim. place-Mrs. Mary Cook and Jimmy Akridge SEPTIC TANKS
, Horowlts and Robert Lea- In the Social Fellowship"
PeNOIMII Remember your Civil Defense Miss Iva Hillier lon Edward Dickinson. Harry -

Creative:: Rescue Unit phone Last Sunday many of the man. Club of this community, are Wagner, David McLean DRAIN FIELDS
I Hair Stytinff numbers; Sheriff's Office, Methodist and Baptist youth Following the ceremony, fc urgfei' to attend the next and Bruce Bleasdale. Bear 11:00 A.M. 7:30: P.M. O

Individual. Bauty OartIIftI'7 Green Cove Springs, 284- of Melrose attended the mo- reception was held in the )ptouthlyluncheon. ) meetingon badges went to Billy Beam TIIURSDAYS
I Melrose Woman's Club 16 at 12:30 in Masonic O PUMPS
Culture Ones" at March : and Steve Ashton. Lion
I Form of Beasty 3379; Orange Park Police vie "The Restless 7:30 P.M.
Open Tn...-flat ...; Department., 264-9912: and the State Theater In'Gainesville. where white and pink camel- Hall. Let's make! this a badges were awarded to Mike FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
lias, white calla. lilies and member" a .
CtoMd :Monday Civil Defense Director In District Youth Rally Is "new day bring Methvin, Larry Tuiknett. Serving:: Keystone Lake Geneva .
In decorating TEACHING
palms were used friend dish
Keystone. Height n..IU Keystone Heights, 473-4260 scheduled for March 13 at ;, bring a covered .and Bruce Bannon.
or 4734851.: These units are First" Methodist Church In your own 'table service andbevel'ale The Den Mothers would All Services Held In TheCongenial Melrose StarkeP.
The bride's table was over choice! A
BOATS available in time of emergency Gainesville. The Rev' Ed pf yoyr like to thank everyone who I
law All American laid with an Alencon lace special'; program of interest 1967 Blue Atmosphere! I O. Box 158 Keystone Heights Fla.
as requested by enforcement Peck: former helped make the l
MARINESALES cloth centered with en, arrangement Mi and Of The Lounge.
I is being/ aitanged. huge i
agencies fire de- Basketball player with the Gold Banquet a
of white and pink will show and I ... -- -- ... -- -- -- -
A SERVICE partments, or local govern University of Kentucky Wildcats Mrs Tom Norwood success. "-"IIIIh .... "-'- (filii_! _ _
camellias and stems o orange; and the
slide of
"The Fun Fiesta In" ment authorities. will be the speaker.
blossoms. At eitherend of Far East as taken by their
Lone Star Boats CUR SCOUTS
Chrysler Hamil-
The Right Rev. E. I
the table was the punch bowl son, Laitfy. wtt Is in Viet- "
Chrysler M.t r. Cub Scouts of pack 305, ton West of Jacksonville was
and the tiered wedding cake.
nam. Following the meeting
Service All Outboard* Parts for (Continued on next Paiel guest at the covered dish Mrs. Jack Slier :and Mrs. there will be a social hour.when :
luncheon that was enjoyedby Wilma Carson 'ervect the folks get acqualnttd -
Corner Bte. 21 t* 2Metreae < may
all at the Episcopal
478-487 This cake while Ml?* Reds Tiller. and ftnJoy' ,, that fellowship THAnHS !
WE DEDICATEOUR Church last Sunday. and Mrs. Harley: :1 hill served I Continued on next Fije;, ] 4i
CONCRETE SERVICESTO was the Bishop's annual' visitto
the Church for Confirmation -
Services. I
Hawthorne Concrete AND YOU Cheryl Poppell. daughter of

& Supply, Inc. Gladys Williamson Rev. and Mrs. William Pop- I ,

REDI MIX Bobble STYLISTSGladys'Turner pital Tuesday pell entered In for Jacksonville the a Baptist tonsllettomy.Mrs. Hos-last.j i i would like to take this

Poppell and Cheryl will

20 W. Hawthorn be In Jacksonville for several opportunity to thank for
4812932. 2031 days until Cheryl Is released I you
+ 1 r
) r
'Beauty Salon from the hospital and allowed Raw '
Electrical Sales A: 8eiri e

Yeoman's Electrical: 1 1i Phone 473-4173 nolds Mr.to come and of Keystone Mrs.home.William Heightsare Rey- your loyal support and vote "

i' Sales &.'Servfc*'' Keystone Heights the parents of a baby ..
I I the
TrigVUtr,A ppUaa.M (Continued on next paged] in February 28 Democratic

Xaytaff Washer* .
:Zenith and Motoreia'' TV "

81. 1o Heaters Primary. -
C. C. COOK .
w O. Box 1M Metros. EST BUYS! r ,
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O.C. Carries NurtferyHlway C Hlway 100, Keystone Heights/ '
Again Let Me Say .
its Florahenae r- DIII ct.t
23 Miles BE ef ....... I ll w You : -
Nursery Stock thousands 66 GMC Pick-Up, Short Wheel Base

of Plants 8* Fruit" Very clean 8,000 miles seat
Trees to choose from. Nice belts back-up lights, windshield What happened (fo the 'money you planned ito THANKSL. :
$1600 ? You had It payday. but a week later ,
Shade Trees. evergreensSt !: save on
washer heater _____________
Landscape Plants. All you look and It's/gone. Don't just gamble that

In containers Plant any you'll save make it :'a sure ,thing, Set yourselfa
time. Camellias A eaaleas. 62 GMC 3-4 Ton Stake Rack reasonable savings goal (actually saving. a little

Let a do your landscaping V-6 Very Clean $900 regularly Is better than just planning' to save

Phon 684-MI5 a lot). Then save before you spend.,

Excellent Condition $850

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child. PERSONALS I several weeks visit in Melrose.Mr. He [Chicken Bras-well of visited Fred and Corine Thle- the home of Major and Mrs, of Jacksonville caught flf- ROAD NEWS

KEYSTONE Robert W. Morgan, II, son Dr. and Mrs. Richard' and Mrs. O. J. Bryant I Starke were in Okechobee man over the weekend, they B. H. Davis in Gainesville, last een specs. There has been much discussion -
of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mor- Malmgren spent several days went to Cedar Keys last and Miami fishing and visit- enjoyad a little fishing. The week. Their son, Robert Kite, Red Neal and Mr. Boswell I :about our road:
HILITES gan, Jr., was recently notified !- visiting their fathers Mr. weekend and visited with ing last week. The cold weather Thiemans are spending their was In, second place on the caught four bass one afternoon where it will be paved to and
that he had successfully and: Mrs. Axel Malrgren and their daughter Dorothy and had upset the flap down weekends working on their wrestling team, alt his schoolat last week. when. Several l people askedus
completed his state. board: examination Mr and Mr. Julius Hanson grandson: Jennings. While there too so they were not biting house. the end of the season.( The Grlffens reported a to find out so my mother

(From Precedltia Page] and is now regis- Mrs.I Malmgren father]I.I there they also visited with too good. They had a good Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Garnerof "J l1Y good show, Robert oil! full house over the weekend. called Mrs. Chastain and hada

Dep) 3, finished up the month tered by the State Board of Sympathy is extended to the Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- time, any way. Starke, and Mr end Mrs boy1: All of their boats wee out. nice long Chat. The first
of February with a "Blue andOeld' Pharmacy Bob graduatedfrom family of the late Dr. Jesse ammer. Lou Miller and son T. C. Walter Blackburn of Raleigh: it seems that Oscar Morris and everyone came In with section will come in around
banquet which was the University of Flor- Huckert. who passed away Mrs. W. B. Dunn cf Eto- were in Jacksonville, last Friday i- N. C., were' staying at the has a fishing rod that catches fish. Aubrey Nash of Atlanta the 'lake to the, Kinchen.Faircloth .
most successful. ida's College of Pharmacy' last suddenly Feb. 27. His son, Wall Tenn. la visiting with to sea Dr. Hastings T. C. Garner home this weekend fish for other people. He could! Ga caught a ten,;' pound bass homes then aroundto
theme August and fulfilled his InternshIp John, and wife from Lan- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Isen- Is getting a new brace, and is and visiting l the Pete Bartons. not catch a fish off Ills dock 'and Roy Grlffen also caughta the little lake to the
fh* Cub's "for March requirements! at City ham. Md. had spent the hower for several da/3.: Mrs doing tIne. While here they were fishing so he decided to rest for ten-pounder. Swearengen's home. The oth-
la "Handy-Man.. At their
last Drug Company In Palatka.! weekend with his father and Dunn Is Mr Iseohower's Mr. and Mrs W. L Bunce and''' catching a variety but not awhile George Eagles, who Mrs. D. W. Carpenter spent er section ,wU cometo the
meeting Thursday
deh ; R. L Bridges, who is in the mother and went on for a sister. celebrated their Silver Wed-' many of each. Joyce Barton was visiting the'Moirls'. pickedup last Monday in Jacksonville. boat ramp, with hopes of
their they started wall working Also on at; .automotive parts business, is speaking engagement in St. Friends of Mrs. J. O Dunn ding Anniversary on March' ';and her sister Mary Ella Wat- the rod and started fishing visiting her daughter, Mrs. joining the roads later. The

this meeting plaques, the Den Mother -I attending the International Petersburg. They returnedthe will be sory to hear she is 7th. "Happy Anniversary." terson of Starke participated with !It About five minutes Dave Reid,;! and children they bids are to be left !in September -
Automotive Service Indus- same night, and his sister In the Bradford County Hospital I don't know about ;ou good 'In the University Bowling later he caught a nine and .a were all down with a cold according to The Tele-
Mrs Jack Methvin,
'demonstration! gave tr_, show at the Navy Pier in Mrs. Barbara Kurtzke of fighting a bout with people, but I am really glad to 'Tournament In Gainesville,I half pound bass. Since it was and flu. graph. Mrs. Chastain: says
a should: on one' Chicago. Mr. Bridges and his Montvale N J. flew in on pneumonia We hope her safe I sea our lovely weather back\: last weekend. I so full of roe. they turned It Mrs. Earl Voyle and "It shouldn't take lung to

properly use a hand I'I'dtlI. nine representatives, who are Tuesday Mrs. Huckert and speedy recover.INDIAN with us again I don't cure for *. The "Lucky" Lutlr\>ns are loose to let the Uttle ones daughter, Peggy were in complete." One of these ,days\

located in nine southern IFcrnel[ planned to return that cold: ov'.rainyweather.., hard at work building a bulkhead hatch out. Talk' about luck; Statesboro. Ga., visiting Mr. we will be real "TTptownf.!
''CUbs attending were,as fol- : states, will return Sunday with her son and;! family; fora My mother my Grandmother their son Doug 'and his the same thing happened the and Mrs. N. C. Beaslsr. While paved road and all.

loGs: : Billy Beam Miclcy Meth-! night from this convention. short visit in Washington, BEACHFrom Copeland and I, here In family were down over the/ l last time George was visiting there they attended a surprise Well that closes another
vln> Joey Kicks, Don Wing- Chuck Newman who In. Mr. 1;>. C. Gainesville lost Wednesday .weekend helping with the pro them however It was a five ) birthday party for her chapter in the lives of Indian
ate; Steve Nelson, Derail i Bridges':( representative for Mrs. Robert Ferrell has returned visiting my aunt Mrs. Roy ject. Doug's children are pound bass that time. father. Joseph C Beasley. Beach-ltes.

White Kevin Wyman and the Florida's district Is also home from her long [ Preceding Page Crenshaw. We were joined spending this week with the Henry Norawoithy of JaCksonville who was celebrating 11 l? 85th' It seems as though Leeon

Dinnv Rawlston. attending the show. hospitallzatlon. The family later by my aunt. Mrs. James Lutgens. The weather was so was visiting his parents birthday. It was a teal surprise -, has some Ideas about .politics,
TEEING': OFF Mrs. Mary Carew who is a requests no visitors for the end for fishing, gardening, or Sullivan her daughter, Mrs. nice Sunday, that Doug, Doris Mr. and Mrs. L. W "Pap" he was still in bed! let's see what he has to say-
Inf.Jcs|On Thursday March 2 ten winter guest at White Feather present. Folks wishing to inquire what ever we wanted to do. I David Stegall and son Lamarof and Danny decided to go Norsworthy over the weekend. They had a very enjoyable LEEON'S. CORNER
from the Keystone Court has been visiting may call Mrs. Louise spent the afternoon Sunday WiHiston. After dinner, we swimming '"P p" was working in hU weekend.'Mr. "Polities"lAnd .

W ''Man's Golf Association friends In Miami, St. Peters- Perry 473-4889.; with The LonnIe Melton family all went out to visit Mi's Myrtles and Freeman yard this weekend getting and Mrs. James Robbins Politicians) .
pii>UUpated: in Annual La- burg, and Homestead Air Mrs. Geneva Chab. who of Hampton. Otis Melton Crenshaw's ,daughter, Mrs. Dauwherty were also visitingthe ready for summer ; are leaving on Friday How 'bout that mess.

dies Azalea Festival Tournamejot. Force Base. underwent surgery at Med and I, have been good;! friends Peggy '. .Herse'yIn her lovely Lutgens over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Fred Swear- for Dallas. Texas, where Called "Politics?"
in Palatka. Several On Monday and Tuesdayof ical Center. Is at homo now since we attended school together new house-trailer We were and Mrs. Johnny Ross Inaren are the proud grandparents James will be attending It's menaced with crooks:
Clubs from the surrounding: this week Mrs. John Carew but will be under treatment at Bits. It seems like a joined later by Joan. Jerry and and family were in Leesburg, of a baby girl Tammy school. They hope to make it It's menaced with hlcics.
areas for were extended Invitations was the guest of Mrs. John l\{. for awhile I long time since I met him Roy Crenshaw back at their last weekend visiting Mr. and Lynn Swearingen who weighed a working vacation !by; doing: They promise you thIs

A this 18-hole event Steadham at her Ormond Mrs. Elva Scott is again a: when I was in the tenth, grade. home Saturday! the Chlttys Mrs. Richard Rowley. While in at five pounds: fourteen some sightseeing at night and Then they promise you
luncheon was sewed following Beach horns. patient in the Alachna General After an enjoyable stay and had brief visits by: Mr and they were there they attendedthe ounces. The proud parentsare on weekends. that.
the tournament. Ladles Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- Hospital. This time she dinner Otis and I went for Mrs. Otis Lee Bert of Motorcycle Races. .
a and son : Leonard: and Linda
Mr and Mrs E. W. Revels But when they're elucted.
from the
Keystone Club ber, of Nelson's Point, are entertaining has the shIngles. but Is; im- Sunday afternoon drive and
who attended this tournament proving. out to Gainesville Hubert ChItty Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bro- Swearingen of Jacksonville were !in Blackshear, Ga. over They forget where you'reat.
; Mr. Carter's sis- Hampton Lake to see how and Buck 'Dlxon 'of Starke shear of Orlando, were week- Barnhllls .
Camp reports the relatives.Mr.
were Pansy Hawes Eva ter Mrs. weekend
Dr. Pauline Clark of Thelma! DeVlna Is
anew things
/ are developing It who were fishing with little nd of Mr. Mrs
sure guests
aud several good catches over the and Mrs Owen Bryant
H 11 Fran ,
\ Chessington Zee Hamilton Ohio. resident of Larson Mo- has changed In the last few results. James. They call each other
'holies:: Martha Hayes. Freda Mrs Arlene Brown cf Buffalo I bllhome Park in Lake Geneva .3'ears. Doyle weekend IncludIng: Steve were visiting their daughter- names
W man, Jane. LaCoste, Fern N. Y., !is visiting' her She Is a retired: school My father James, Mr. and' Rtrs. Oeorsta: Oreek Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite attended Broadway: of Starke. caught in-law Dorothy Bryant In And do each other dirt.
Oarber Su Dwyer and Fran aunt. Mrs. Bess Gio&borg of teacher from Decatur, 111. .... and Char- and daughter of ,Jacksonville' a birthday dinner: at nine bass, and Fred Jackson Cedar Key over the weekend. [Continued on next page]

Livingston Lakevlew Drive. Mrs.I Oros- She moved to Florida a few

Last week, the Christoffer's berg, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. months ago and visited her .. ---
Trophy Tournament was Jan Batts will leave shortlyfor brother and wife. Mr. and i
completed with Louise Gallop a ten-day trip to New Mrs. Nolan Woodburn of,
defeating Zee Tolles for Orleans and Houston. In Starke. 1 Re-Electaoa

first$ place honors. In the Houston, they will be guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Morga;
consolation group Mildred of Mrs. Orosberg's niece. Mrs. are the new owners of the)
sutton defeated Fran Ches- Alice Peterson and family. Bert and Oena Chrlstoffers'

E I.nrton. Mrs. Ruth Shockey mother lakeside home on Lake Geneva
On Thursday March 9, the of Mrs. Oscar Rich has beena to which they plan
Tables. of the Keystone WGA patient at the Gainesville move soon. Keystoners will bet I,

will qualify for the Club Medical: Center, where she losing city residents: and

Championship.On had eye surgery. Her friends voters but Don Morgan in
Monday March 27 the will be glad to know that she that fine architect: for the, L.K. Edwards Jr.
Keystone Golf and Country is having a quick recovery City Hall, ] i ia
Club Is having the Annual and is hoping to return home Church and the new circular*

Ladles Pro-Am. this week. schools of Bradford County j 1 ,
On Tuesday and .Wednesday .Loraine Dey and Norma Everyone is really proud of
March 28-29: the club Valldejull, who are both stu- him and his fine family. [
will sponsor a Ladles Invita- dents at FSU. were visiting Mr and Mrs Jack Haber- ,
tional Tournament. This will with their families this stroh enjoyed visit from
be a real bargain for interested weekend. former neighborhood friends.i'

golfers. The ertrancefee Jlanderson-Wbarion Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Sch- r
of $12: will include two Wpddlng rowl! of East Aurora, N Y. + r

dare:' of !rolf, and a social Mrs. Linda Henderson and II IIj "
hour nd 'dinner for the par- James Wharton of Keystone -j
tlcirmnts and their escorts. I
Heights were united Li marriage -
SERVICE MEN'S CORNER at 4 p. m., Saturday. Melrose/ i iI

WQ> hove a new, address for Feb. 18 in Highlands Presby- I
John"A1ien, who has Just 41'e- terian Church, Gainesville

turned for his new assIgn- Rev. William Shea was the [From proceeding Page] Ie
ment after being home with officiating minister.Mr. .
his: wife Wilma and his Wharton's best man girl Marni Rose. She arrived ,
mother. Mrs. Lena, Clemensof vas Sidney Grossman of March 3, Mrs Reynolds I Is
Hlllcrest.! John T. Allen, Gainesville. the former Miss Olieta Bow-f
FM-FA-B: 304D27 R. Divis- The bride's sister Miss Ju- en of Melrose, II f $

ion. US3 Charles H. Roan lie Walker, served as maid of Mr. and Mrs. Elton Douglas -
,yr D. 813! clo/ Fleet P. O. New honor. and daughter Polly, of I
**" ''k..N.1: Y., 09501.( After the ceremony, a dIn- Lake Butler was Sunday

Trs.\! Clemens' other son, ner was held. at the University guests of Mr. and! MI s. R M.
"firie. came ]In last week Inn. Cason Mrs. Douglas if the r
1'OIt! 30-day leave, after former Miss Virginia Peoples,I i iEPFc
fmipletlng a seven-month of Melrose. I ,

tour of duty !In Okinawa. Our fine neighbors, Mr. I ;
Oonr< win be leaving at the NEWS NOTES and: and Mrs Adro Brown ,
end of this. month to report and family hive moved to I
for active duty in Vied Nam Starke. We will miss them)I
PTA !MEETINGThe : [From proceeding Page] but express our best wishes I

regular monthly business for them in tehlr new home I
meeting of the Keystone! fcht which.. Club's is so activities.much a part of Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Ciwley's''

Htlfrhrs! PTA will beheld on! COUNCIL/ MEETING house guests for several days LJ"C.
ThursdAY March 18 in the The are Mr, and Mrs. Ralph I r.
Keystone Heights! City
KHS Brown of Jacksonville. lI
rafetorium. State :
Council meets on March 14 at i.
rpFentatlve' Gene Shaw will 1 Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe r Joyce]
7:30: p. m. in the civic Audi- it
be the puest speaker at this torium of the City Hall. Get has been ill for several days. I ,: 1.- :
meeting .!and will discuss We hope she will be up and t" "
to know your Councilmen ., '\'I.t' ,
'ate legislation with respect around real soon. .. t
and the
programs wish
to the public school system, you Mrs. Sarah B. Parrlsh .
to project This Is Councilmen
The meeting will start prom- spent several days visiting
pile at 8 p. m. are your repre- with her daughter and famIly -
LITTLE LEAGUE ASSN. sentatives and elected officers Mr. and Mrs. s. E. Blackman ,
Support them.
On Saturday morning, of OCala. Mrs. Parrlsh jrE ::
March: 11, the newly formedKeystone I fell and hurt her shoulder c q.
Little League Association The newly tlected:: officers and was out of commission'', a
and the appointed officers! of for awhile but happy to ,
will conduct tryouts am I J
Chapter 279. OES will be installed I
for the formation of tha I report she !13 feeling much ..
Friday evenlnMarch/\ \,
better .
various teams. This r.-ill be I
10, at 8 o'clock in the Chapter -i
''held at the Keystone Park at j I will be sorry to ;'
room of the Masonic
i 9 a. m. hear that Mrs. C. P. Berkle- r itr
Temple. Members and .
All boys between the family man Is ill again in the Ala- : Ic .u s,4.
ages I end friends are! Invited I y .rte
of 8 and 12. are encouragedto Community Church I chua General Hospital. She,
just recently was released
participate in this program The Community Church
It from the Bradford County
has been requested that Executive Board of Church
the Hospital after a short stay.: j
boys bring gloves, bats
met at 1 p. m. on
etc. though( this is certainlynot Feb. 27 to plan for future We hope she will be 'Well I RE-ELECT YOUR FRIEND AND NEIGHBOR L. K. EDWARDS JR.
a requirement for .ndmls'ston programs. Many outstanding real soon. j WHO HAS
!in, the program, and, also Mrs. James Monroe Morris Il
In the j
programs are offing
releases from their par land just naming them will has recently returned from al 1' BEEN A PROPERTY OWNER AND TAXPAYER ON BROOKLYN LAKE FOR

ents [(official release forms inspire readers' attention four month visit with rela-I' 1
will be circulated at a later and attendance. Coming up tives. Her trip; took 15 YEARS
>date], California, Virginia, Mary-f
on March 20, are the Home
'HERE 'N THERE Circle meetings;; March 22 land, Kentucky Washington ,. .
Lt. and Mrs. John Dodd Family Nlte Covered Dish Japan. and Hawaii.' '
and their daughter Alice, of Dinner friends are cordially While !in San Francisco" she

Barksdale Air Force Base Invited: The Youth Fellowship visited with her nephew
''Shreveport, La.,' were recent t;I under Mrs. Barry Wy- Oeorge Fielder and family Re-electL.: K. EDWARDS Jr
also visited the famous Dis-
visitors' of Lt. Dodd's family, nan will present a program;
'the Fred. Dodds. Lt. and Mrs... March 30, Area All Day Con- neyland in! Loa Angeles.: Mrs.
Dodd also visited Mrs.. ference of Fellowship of Moils was in Japan for two ,
Dodd's mother Mrs. Alfred Community Churches of months. While there she :

Newton, of South Florida. Florida; Luncheon at 12:15: spent some time with her ,i ... .
Sylvia Dodd who Is a at reservations by March son. Major and Mrs RobertP. '

freshman attending BobJones 27th with Circle Chairman: Morris, near Tokyo and
University In Oreen- April 3rd. Park-O-Palms toured many of the great ,
vine, S. C, waa able to fly Luncheon. I cities. While in Hawaii she :
home for a. four-day visit CORRECTION visited with friends Col. and STATE;
Mrs. John Couaffman. In I iTHSENATOR
'with her family prior to Lt. Charles Donohoe attended
and Mrs. Dodd's departure.,. a meeting of the Clay County I Washington. Mrs. Morris visited ,
two sisters and in Mary- ''
It was a happy reunion for Economic Agency in Green
''the Dodd family. Cove Springs on February 23. land she spent some time I I
with her Lt. Col and
Herb Nelson Sr., is cognizant This was called by Dr. R. K. son.
of the fact, that he recently Paterson president of the Mrs. Jack W Morris and |
received the good news Agency. The Keystone Council family she spent some time '
'that his youngest daughter appointed Mr. Dunahoa as with her son. Col. and Mrs I' DISTRICT
James M. Morris in Alexandria :
Mrs. Ed Szymanskl of Wilmington representative of CUBB
[Clay Union Baker, Va. and in Kentucky
Dela., presented
!him with his 15th grandchild. ford County Economic visited with her sister ,

' The daughter is Mr. cy!. This Is not :a Club Brad-// Benton i Fielder of iBerea, MI"I'j (Pd. Pol. .)
lege.: Mrs. Benton
';and Mrs. Szymanskl's tenth ported in last week's
I ied Mrs. Morris home ':""III


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It.Their, faults are 'bout the :: i II/II}!/ ., I '
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used to aay = :i 68" ft
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But now they've changed m @ ISUPERMARKETS' '
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they're :
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election day.
They for are going to ,0, |I II ) 11 11 .
Across the gorges .
And into the glory land. I dl ,' :
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[Wallace that Is] W1 t EXTRA l Vicuunl MEAT t MEAT
rw- SAVE'' 10* U. 3l TOP QUALITY! SLICED BREAKFAST f"ck.ofBrA' 6

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A. C. H061. arindster: Mr\

George Camww organfat < ::q;.:.;. : 43c II: AL
i Sunday School. 9:30: a. m ONLY r I;
Morning Wortnlp.! 11 a. m ::::.:; ... 4 s 0r ii
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(Nursery. open both hour]. ':.i"'t::::: : ,. -, ... : \\r.."....-A .......... r + ll

_Faith Presbvterlan" Presbyterian Cburcfc .ill1! iB9teflLBAKIR; yi i L .

_Row J. R. Neale Jl minl I i LEAN TENDER MEATY'SAVE,20' { ,'PER1 FOUND );
.t t yr-w w. > W"\Uaf,,. organist i?1 i 1 AVI 4< IRISH MKIO DINNI IwY _
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; Mrs. Carl Swisher [ROILS 12'5 2/25'/ j::: '.

summer, Sunday organist.(School 9:4$ ... m. m;r + NI ,SAVI 1ICED CINNAMON APPII !r' j ::3 PORK -'.::. '

Morning Worship. 11 a. m. TREATS PKG. w s 35c f
day. [Nunery open both I 1 4 .
bouts..Sun j?: :;: RIGUIAIII 33.,VAMJI BMSMT. a CIJ'a'EM YIR jI e 'Ii :;

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Arave'a ]ter. 91. W.
Worsball. vicar: B. O. Copeland ij I BUTTS 11

organist. .
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Prayer and Sermon. -
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2nd ana 4th Sunday f::::;: i 'tAVI VH .. PLUMROSE IMPORTED BOlWtEfS COOKED .
1:30: a. m. nursery open.) J :

1st Holy and Butihariat 3rd! .Sundays.and sermon 9:38: A M 4zl :;I: $239 ; ,
: Can HAM
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Softool. 9:30: A. M. "Huiy Euctaarlst.
8 a. m. each Sunday.:' rn : !
:Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M :r.1 :
each Sunday. EYC: Ia':: P. M. :...:..,.), ". :I; H
each Sunday. :;' .t ; ., :: SCOTT CARLOAD PAPER SALE!
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Dally offices of Mornlnt :: {: .
and Evening prayer 8:00: A. :+: :: e.4H :
M. and 5:00: P. M. ::::'&: 'l E. ;:: ; !;::: ,.... :-:\ .:..rft:: t tilt: i
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Lutheran Church of Keystone fe SS* RUSSET POTATOES ; r1 :; AVI U* e lOfT-WIVf WHITE. ASS'. .tJI:

Heights; Vicar Richard. t; 'v.*. atr LI. 'Kffim 1 ::; 4 $1'7 ';
Meyer minister; R. O. Copeland IACI C W BATH TnS5UE rOiA011. :X
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organist. 'I I .I ':;NI
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Divine worship Sunday 11 @K :FANCY Q '
a. m. Holy Communion 2nd :::.:-:: u 19c :>::::::::::::
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Sunday Services of held each. each month.Sunday I.::.::.:.:,:' CRISP RID CUO WRAPPIORADISHES <:.:.r:..:;:.:.:. ;I I PJ.\PER TO..3ifj1: :'

.4 t St. Anne's Bnfscopal @{ '. 'KG. 5c :;:i:

Church, Keystone lelghta, SAVI 4 Fla. !!1: I 49c' ;
i-Catholle 1 grft'I:::: diKaont hath( A "b .uty' del! :::::r: f'C" TOWEL HOLDER
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St. William's Fr. Edwxuxi: r 4t t4 Itsehi. t .CAN (I. j .
A. Kirby,, priest In '. oharie. ?ii-!. E Respond "HairSpray $127 ;n SAYS 17j WAUIOIII' : =

.Mrs.< Sunday E. A.MIS811 Lamm organist.. aN m. ; ::::::::::!:: l} 111 DRISTAN ffttlMHIM, ..TABLETS W. -. .99c\' .Y::M;:::: i I'-- TURN, ::::'[:*: .BATH, TI55mJ 3$1.:: 1 f?! 1

Wednesday Mss --6 p. m. :' ,1. fltfWHItl tTA'NIfll' INJlCtOR ,
Monday Mlrnculous Medal IIII:::::: SCHICK BLADES 7S 87c ..f";.::... ... .. t u : SAVE 14d SCOUI1S S:?
Novena 7 p. n. Inquiry ::: *I 0* rltlwNANNUPUC :':':':" I
Class 6:15: p. m. ;::::;;; LISTERINE 0 .14 oz. 69c ..::.:..:..;.:.;..:. ROOD s r 4 FACIALWW'WityW'WWtoft TISSUE 4 = $1
Before Mass
< Confessions: :: : Hill lff :::: t
on Wednesday and Sunday.' il; ::: LANOLIN PLUS .11 CL 59c :i: I- _. "'"' ....
Holy Day Mass- a. m. ::mill:;:;::: .4, KSfWMIIt. *MAW,OOP8ELL :::;:;:: I11 I : :;):,

-Baptist. ::1: 1 ,,TUBE 0 0 53c. | 1t.; 11 .. ,., awH .
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:;:T: 'tl 50 HOMI flRMAHIHTLILT {
service : Sunday; {
11 Woranlp a. m.. 7:30: p. m. [Iwrsesfopen ::J; PUSH BUTTON..... $2.13, Hi I:: TUNA FISH SAV
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Sunday School 9:45: a. m. .;.:.:. CREST. Tooth Paste 6'c.. .., ::; )1
Umton. :::: oo nnwMfti otonotAHr ; I
(nursery open] Training '' -
1: : SECRET SPRAY 4 or .87cIff :::i:;. : ". @y
8:30: p. m fnwnery npenl .... '.:a | MIX 1M UP' 1OSIOAUviiifj.tiT -
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Rev. Lawrence Carroll ::: ""WN'" .INN SATIN lone ::). :; r"... :
pastor. >}:> PACQUINS 000 5/4'\ or. 51c ,i:>+ 0 1U :::::: I'EAS or LIMA'S 6 CANS $1 t 1:C

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February Rainfall 'f; { ::: ,- -1( :: I
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Averages 8.10 In. ::::: : ------ ---- --: : GfJ:1EiI : ;:; ::: I''* ( : ";: "iClj', ". .. -.... '. "J : ::.!;
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Rainfall at the county's :.::.::.:: I ..... ..,.... --- I. .unA I I ::: l ij BEEF STEW.: ..
three Forest Service towers : { t MERCHANTS cjma!! STAMPS:'" !; i; MKCHAHTS.CRUH!STAMPS j jj S e;::3 ._ l" :. ., .. : .u_!' :::;;t
averaged 8.10 inches February :#3 : -T-- 1.1 LY Cn.r.IrY., S.f:} 11" ." '
:&::.? ;;: 1. 1. 88" :: } : - f
Inches, under thq 1966 : I ;g. Sel lV Ipp.d M.rOd. .I Sw+ 1':0)
average for the same, period. Y:.. &." APPLE_ ...rIq.r...r.. :. -... '...41..._ .".".nOcono.p' .......OJ. ::'aS:: :: 'AVI S4- .iSUM) MIMI MXIDVEGETABLES t, I
i Lawtey was the wettest .:.:;..::.:..;.: ".:::::::_._'!: : ::" ':::::::'::::':: :...;:::-., FIRM GREENCABBAGE ::;1i 6 16 $1 m'la
place In the county In February ::: a.gI7-- : "rvi). t CANS -
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with the Louis Hill Tower .. ... ::: .
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there measuring 9.4 Inches :"':::' : ............ -- I .......,... I ::;-:,;; r:: :
The New River tower record. .:...:.:..:.::. I MERCHANTS__KEEN,_ _SUMPS_. .. ,..IIIIIUJlA.IITS.1 ...'IIEI. STAMPS'... 0-:t::;: :::;: .. .. -- ... t::.
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and the Santa Fe .M .. ., ,. .. .c"t
ed 7.9 Inches : ,. ,, ,
I 00:::::::: 1t o 2.' LCo. Y /,11., i8 k 1'1' t.-c: = ..W\ I tdJIOAl* It *d, tiNes ,' ..

I tower 4 County 7:0: average Inches. to date this ::::I:::;::::;::S.:; I:...ao... .:'_...'kb..1",8', d.Ma, !, M.r.N/1R.'o.....!'.!_ :II C..'...:_.._._.,:.INSTANT.._. ::'.'"..COrFE. ..:...i...:.:-,...:: S.:.:.;; Y : :;" ..4 :.$.., I ...J...:... .
: .jIIO' --1..11.- :.:::.;:. .PEAGH"ES' '
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year la 12.97 Inches according :..:. ._____A______ .------------ :j ii"" ;
to the Forest Service, compared :::: : ::""8 : : -- ); : :: . ... ., ... .' '.'' .. ,- '
to 13.69 Inches for "906. r::; .t -"-L. I.: :Et3iJ, --.1-. I; .::;:;: : : :__ f:1.i :
average ..... ...... : : : I -- -
Bradford's 50 year :::::::; : : : .\ t
tor January and. February ia J J10.B1 :.*..:*..'j:'IMIIOlAlfls'cBilll. STAMPS.. {: : MUCHAII"... GREEN. STAMPS \: g.:|::;| I:i; ytltI'Allt rtNiArpu/ciAnourr .
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inches :::::;:::. eo: Sin'"G'Hi : c:: MISO NVCRAO' : ::: 4 -i I
CARD OF THANKS ;.y :: ;.. .. .:u.o:;; :::?: *:{ :: .
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We. the family of the late :'JAa1. I : --. if:
Umory' Johns. wish to express 1 i J. !11 ): :?if!
,our) thanks to the many r' *Avr''u. .)'.k'.4b .'..."'" '.:
friend$ and relatives for their MILK. IUMOU SHAKES SOISIMS. 2/39C'/ M:::: Fj- ::::: 4 I' $1' f{;::
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kind .expressions of eympathythetri t:::: $;: DRESSING :
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prayer' and .the :;:;.5: A MV' IM u 'A..I etA HIM ) : : .. ...
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beautiful floral tributes"; r%# ROLL .SAUSAGE .in I ion 39C ; U;: --- ;
the\loss of our beloved; one. :-:::?::; ion ._ ..... ..._ \1 :r: :
Special th&l1U-to Rv.. .L C. M;ti:: COT. CHEESE u 33c jus 59C .::;::i :: ? MORTON FROZEN appt IMAC'' or coconut custard. ,:
and Rev. LJ H. :::: :::::::
Johnson :::: _... ....- :
consoling : ::::: .v. 0 .1)) J :::::; :(
remarks.Saunders for'Also their to those who .J 1;!:: DAISY CHEESE . u' 59C : ;:: ;: FRUIT ==t::.:., ..
''eent food, cards and visited :::::: .Avl./. la'. *.4W fMIlM OCUN 1 :;:;:: : tm

us Funeral, and Home the. and.aWIMaY
the Lord bias each l i one of ; PIES ... : ....
:you. : ,m .. f;
Johns. wile; Julia 1 x .. .
Gladys mother A. P., W, Jf, :.;.:.:::::. ,CflOCOVAII CWtAM :, ... ..;;:":;: : }
John- :
'and B. B. Johns brothers; 'M':':: ,EASTER EGGS . 3";,...: $1.00 .mr: I:;; l' WAND P5Odnf $11 .
Flora Bell Nettles Agnes ::::::}: JUM1O1IZI :: .::; ffi I 'COOKEDS. FISH STICKS 3 :::.
Marine; and Juanlta Andrew :Ii"1:::: : ;.; ::: *: t' ; ..
slater "e :::::::.4'1Z1$1.00; 1 ::: ::: ::::::: 'lAva 17* OH soy NOUN""".... .......) :;:;
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M'MALLOW PEEPS $1.00 ; fi'
T1li BIGHT POINT tot the '.::1:::= PIUS A COMPtlTI AStOCTMINTOP ,' :::?: :;:STUFFED POTATOES 3 :ttiro::t I : 1m.
In : .AU TYPff OP Mill CANOIIt. 1 t::
the way you writer Come ..;..;.. x.:.i} ::, ..
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A Friend of j.; Agriculture .


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Senator who who will help increase
.J'4 Do you want a you your
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1vr *.:.: profits and represent your interests; or one who will take money

:. out of f your() pockets? .

The, lifeblood of your county is based on agriculture. farming

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livestock, timber, and poultry. :
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Does he favor new agriculture taxes? YES! "

ifDoes,: he want to repeal the Green Belt Law? YES! -

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N;.'.'...,\; .Here is a candidate who has 'wide- interests in I.--MY1- OPPONENT WANTS TO REPEAL THE SALES

:. Agriculture. .
:'::5''j.:: .. .. He served Agriculture on'. the' Board' 'of*.r .''Directors* of : TAX EXEMPTIONS ON FEED FERTILIZER AND

I.... .... the Farm Bureau. He belongs'to the, Alachua. County '" .-:

,"'i ... .. 'Cattlemen's Association. He believes in conservation of FARM EQUIPMENt ,, :, "
timber and the soil. '
(,": He believes in fair and reasonable, taxation to
meet the needs of our growing state4 i: but'':assessed against
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r r.o; .' : .:'a broad base rather than continued. emphasis. 1:' on local
:, property taxes. ; -
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A.:.'". He believes the''''p'n 1eaent"distribution of t
: 0: .'. : In protecting (Thig law requires that farm land be assessed only as farm land). ,''
Race.Track Funds and gasoline.. both'vitalto '
: ta money -- '
.... This ,is, the stand my opponent is taking as quoted on the front,page of the.
,. the operation. of the counties in.the: 7th District. ...Gainesville Sun on February 24, 1967. {
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Hebelieves in up-to-date. educational. .i.' .facilities :and ..
..old fashioned-democracy. :\' : a. PECK'S FOR PROGRESS in agriculture. Ed Peck has made his '
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T living 'in agriculture for 21 years. ,
.. Sound business leadership is the answer to the complex !
problems of a growing. ,'like Florida:-a g ate .

., where government already has become, .':..big businJs. ,." ED' PECK SHARES YOUR INTERESTS. THAT'S WHY HE SERVES, AS. .'

Send. to the Senate from District, ; Seven.. a-man who IS a :
civic leader and a sound businessman. ,
What can he do for you? As a man who to." MEMBER OF FLORIDA FOREST ASSOCIATION

works in agriculture tie.Jean' !' b'rinij' under- ." Ed Peck is opposed, to new taxes on agriculture. He believes our state wastes. tax

standing to your prbolems'-- and that will money. A; a conservative, proven businessman, he will work for YOU to eliminate: -

I.go a long way toward',getting,'them solved. waste, and hold down taxes. 1

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(Pd. Pol. Adv.)