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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 16, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Florida Constitution Cited .






Suit Filed To Ban Legion







Site For New Courthouse





A petition for injunctive relief, asking the court to restrain the Brad- quoted several decisions in That tho defendant board of Staiko as located at the

I ford County Commission from constructing a new courthouse on the former other states, where courts has acquired( title to cer- time of doHtgnatlton as the
have ruled that courthouses tain lands! lying in Section 21, 'viuity' seat of Bradford
American Legion property, was filed Thursday morning by attorneys for I
cannot be constructed outsidethe 6 22
Township South Range
County.
Clerk Charles Darby receives suit from Wood-
,
N. L. Woodburn and James T. Moore, Starke businessmen. Moore
: designated county seat. East, commonly referred to as!
-Article XVI Section 4, I
.. burn and IMerre.
Basis!' for the action, as set
forth In the bill of complaint torneys!' for the complainants, Should the court rule thai In their bill ot complaint, tho American Legion property, Constitution of Florida, re-
is that the proposed site,, said hy"would"" seek a hearing the new courthouse may be Woodburn and Moore set) forth for the stated purpose of constructing quires "That all county officers the time Starke waft designated ;- the county seat of Bradford
purchased by the Board late before Circuit Judge J. C. constructed on Legion prop- that: a new county court shall hold their respective the county. seat of Bradford County as herein described, in
In 1966 at a cost of around Adkins Jr. in Gainesville erty, then the Commission will -In pursuance of an election house thereon and by resolution offices, and keep County, those lands be- violation of the mandate contained -
$100,000 "la! not within the early next week. move forward with plans fora by the qualified voters of duly adopted by said their official books and records ing: All that portion of Sec- in Article XVI Sec.
original corporate limits of U 'the court rules that ,the special ballot in the March Bradford County held August board has designated such at the county scats of tion 28, Township 6 South tion 4, Constitution of Florida.
Starke as located at, the ,time new courthouse carinot be 28 election asking the votersto 17, 1887 us authorized' by lands as r the location of a their counties Range 22 East lying North --VVherefore. the plaintiffs

Starke was designated as the legally constructed on the approve or reject the Legion Chapter 1890. Lows of 1872 courthouse. -That the county seat of and West of, Alligator! Creek; pray that the court will, 'enjoin -
county scat of Bradford Legion site, the Commission site Pierce said. the Town of Starke aa' then -That tho site upon which Bradford County Is comprised and the NE', and the SEVt and restrain the defendant -
County." ,will", be "back where It start Florida courts have never incorporated was established the defendant board intends of and limited to those lands of NE "'A Section 29, Town- board its officers agents
George H. Pierce of the law ed from" in the matter 'of ruled on this point of law as the county seat of Bradford to locate the courthouse is lying within the corporate ship 6 South Range 22 East; servants, and employees from
firm, Thomas & Pierce at- site selection. Fierce said the attorney aid but he County. not within the corporate limits limits of Statke as located at also one acre In NE cornerof locating and constructing, the
SE '14 of Section 29, Town- courthouse of Bradford County.

-- ship 6 South Range 22 East. upon any lands not lying!
-That the lands which the within the corporate, limits
defendant board has! acquiredfor of Starke HS located at the!)
the location of the Bradford time Starke was designatedas
County courthouse do not the county. seat of Braid
lie in whole or In part within ford County.

I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I


On Alachua Vote

Official County Publication Established In 1879


VOLUME EIGIlTT-EIGirr' STARTLE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MARCH 16 1967 NUMBER TIiiRTY-EIGII'r
Cross Is Demo


Of Schools

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PTA PresidentsWill Senate Choice



rw
t J. Emory (Red) Cross received solid support, from

l Eye ProbeParentteacher Alachua County in Tuesday's second primary t6 win

: over Ed Peck for the Democratic nomination for! State
r Senate, 7th District
groups from all county schools will c The unofficial total countIn tho courthouse 30 minuted

be sounded out on whether or not an investigation of the six-county district was after polls closed.' 7pm., (
r the school system is desirable. Cross 6,467 to Peck's 5210. In addition to Bradford
"We'd be -remiss in our Duplicating: its first primary Peck carried Cllchrlst I and
duties if we didn't ask them" of parents in a meeting with performance Bradford Levy,. counties, while Croat
aald one of a of 12 the School Board at Its March County remained In Pock's added Dixie and Lafayette te
group
PTA officers who met In the 7 session, was also present column giving the Gainesville his Alachua, County victory",
Southdde UUementary Cafeteria although lie 1* not affiliated n timber and pulpwood Pack.'*_.yot.eo. ophld8 Alachua
One with a PTA. dealer 669 vqtes to 076 for the County was 2,209 to 1,731 "
Tuesday night. parent, .
for. Cross.
:' Jim '.Faulkner. who led a group The meeting was brought JuhmtJe Hammond- from the Southnlde Elementary polls, former Alachua County.,sena 'vote -
Bradford
about by recent disclosure of tor. County's by
';".. ,''., attendance problems In the told, Supervisor of Elections Geneva Flynn he would deliver OnJy 1,253 Bradford Coun- precincts Was:
high school but the PTA his tally ttt her at 7:10 Tuesday night. He wa exactly on tlans went to the polls not Cross. 'Peck

r School Choice heads noted that the schools the button and duo first to report quite 22 per cent of the 5,799 !Lawteyl 41 42 "

...t : .iir "were a long :time gettingthis registered and leas than the Lawtey 2 55 41
: way and It's going to 1,8-11 who voted In the first t; Fairgrounds 21 32
'," Forms MailedTo be a long time In being New Bloom Set primary two weeks ago. Legion Hall 29" 20u! :
BHS 80 69
.1':J corrected. Due to the brevity of the
Any work done by the PTA's ballot, with only the sanatoria! Bayless 13: 15:
All PupilsParents should not ba. done without race involved poll workers In felt 29. :.0. .

'. the sanction of all the court all precincts had completed Armory 68 103Southside
ty groups, Mrs. Sarah Torode, Scarce Berries their count and reported to 39 ," 69
of the Starke Ele- Thereasa 29 2Hampton
of all 3,703 public president '
II in Bradford mentary PTA stated She .29 39
school pupils
(It I will receive freedom also emphasized that anythingthe Enthusiam Library 17 32
County a Up ,
t of choice form from the PTA does should be done Send Prices Up"A Ford 47 61
22Stiuth
"with" the school administrators Graham 4
School which
Bradford Board: 22 31
must be filed in the superintendent and teachers.the it For County Fair Bruoker 27 '28

office for the childto was Throughout stressed that meeting the I'TA good crop of bloom is set all over the county," New River 20 11'

attend school next fall. presidents want only to wijik' George Iluggins, county agent, says, but strawberrieswill Cross will now fare the Re<
The forms were placed In In conjunction with srhool! be scarce and priced high over Easter weekend.out "All In all, things seem to pubUqan<; nominee' l\arttn' ta.o".
",*. the malls Wednesday according officials. It will still be several weeks bo. looking pretty good.Therea .. Godna of Gainesville, in the
to Supt. Tom Casey, more enthu lam this
March\ 28 election.
general
"What want to do Is before the has "
accompanied by a letter explaining we county any and tho fruit will be year Manager Pete
Sunup] Lee White lien dead on the ground while 'Deputy the form and a five try to help," said Ralph volume of fruit that's the scarce over Easter.. until grow- Novak says of ,tho upcoming
ISoan, prcrMcnt of the SouUialile consensus of tho county agent!; GOP Candidates
Sheriff Robert Omen. Judge. T. A. Yawn and Mayor Carl page explanation of the fed- ers get Into tho new crop March: 29, 30, 31, and April
'! Klc-mcntary; I'TA. The and several growers. Lawtey'sJimmy
Hunt a tnvmfier of the coroner)" Jury hour the report of the eral /government's regula County Agent Huggins Hays 1 Bradford County Fair. Discuss Issues
culled large
meeting Tuesday was Gasklns. a bloom Is
that although new
shooting. which t'Hik, place near Hampton \Vednenduy morn tions. Parents have 30 days, by Bryan, but h" said. he grower with 20 acres, reported coming out all over the coun- Commissioner Agriculture Bradford With Group Here
until April 14. to file the Doyle Conner a
ing.fieserk
hoped another chairmen would picking\ : over 600 fiats
It not have the quality -
forms with the superintendent. ty. may County native, will be Masterof
be selected If a roiinty PTA last week and O.r:>4 Monday and or size in plants set earl- Ceremonies of the annual Three Republican nominees
organization In formed. Tuesday! this week. ier Younger plants still In for the State Legislature were
The letter to parents reads, Rural-Urban Day to open the
Man Kills Bryan tint HUg C..tl'.I that That's Just .scrapping for their growing stage have Fair. Novak hopes that ev- honor guests at an Informal
In part: each PTA Burly. out, an Investigation him however and he said It bloom as "nice as you'd want." ornl other cabinet members! /get-together Monday night at
ad-
"Our community has
would be at least a week to :
of Mr. and Mrs
of Its own !nchoui With normal weather con and/ prihipn( even Florid.I'M the homo
school desegregation
opted a but the oihi" vetoed any investigation 10 days before he'll have any ditions. 80 to 85 degrem! Jet-net governor Cliiiicln Kirk, Charles C. Johns on Highway
plan. We. will no longer have
Self Girl In any form un- new fruit. conditions will be lOll Koiith.
FriendLee schools for children growing will oe present on opening
separate to
lea It hall the ftanittnn/ of Prices rose Wednesday good but it may be two weeks lily Queen Vela )Klsh will The three were Ralph l{ Thomas -
The deseg- .
of different
races.
,
$4 60 with scrappingthe
growers of Park and Tom
r the entire county PTA. Ac- or close to three before the participate In the nnnual ribbon Orange
regation plan has been accepted last of the fruit which
tion taken by a "InII"I'A/: ) volume of Rowund of Lake City candidates
ships .
the Fair.
county uny to
A berserk Negro man Gainejr, 20.a Reno _resident by the U. S. Office of escaped the 11 degree freeze rutting open for the ', apd
would Htlll be tho PTA, Mouse ,
group Hugglru) '
been
berries says. Most exhibit has
critically wounded his girlfriend twice in the head. He Education under the Civil lust Feb. '28. The weather has apace Martin LaGodna of Gained'
Airs. Torode Htatcd.
and shot himself to The county agent took u Mold, Novak reports!!, but nine
then at :
shot twice 15-year-old Rights Act of 1964. turned. around now however, vllle, candidate for_ the. Sen
death Wednesday morningnear Lorene Hurth, also of Reno "The plan requires every Several of the presidentsadvocated and the thermometer has been group of growers to the University spaces are left. ate. All three mode brief
Hampton. as she fled frantically. throughthe student or his parent to the formation of a pushed to record heights four of Florida Ex: perl- The manager congratulated talks and answered questions
Samuel Lee White 24, of woods. PTA County Council as was ment Station In Gainesville the electronics department of
choose the school the student of the last six days, accordingto on. their views concerning1
Lincoln City used a .32 cali- Reloading the pistol White will attend In the coming done In 1962 when a reporton Wednesday's weather re- this afternoon (Thursday. ) Bradford High School for refurbishing matters. and other Issues of
ber revolver to shoot Mary hot himself once in the head year. It does not matter the school system was port. for a demonstration of how and Installing a Interest in the campaign.,
above the left ear, apparently which school the student la made. A change of supcrlrvtcndents Starke Market Manager Boh berries can be protected from public address system for the Thomas strewed. ( his support

dying Instantly attending this year and It then precluded that any Allen reported prices. from freezing weather by a method entire fairground of the Green' Belt l:jw andemphMslami ,
Boys & ClrNDON'T Taken to the University of does not matter whether thorough follow-up on. 43.30 to $360 Monday and of Irrigation.For The final general membership its importance in
: FORGETBicycle Florida Medical Center with that school was formerly a report however Mrs. Torode Tuesday, but they shot up over five years the meeting of the Fulr As- agricultural\ couu ties..,.
two bullets in' her head, the white or Negro school. You pointed out Wednesday as high as $',60 Experiment Station him. been sociation before the Fair Is Refreshments Were. served<
Safety Gainey woman 'was still allvo and your child may select If any action ia taken, she with most' going over $1. He doing work on protecting set tonight, Thursday, Match to the congenial group at-
at 4:20: p,m. Wednesday. Depu any school you wish. said, "We should work with attributed the higher pricesto fruit and bloom from frost IS at -731)Sunrise: tending. -
Clinic ty Sheriff Robert Green who) the teachers not talk about a slow down In Plant City and cold with Irrigation. In
investigated the shootingalong "A choice or school Is required them. fruit and the scarcity of berries tho last freeze. Muggins nays,
10 A. M. FRIDAY with Deputy Alshley for each student. A "Quit blasting the school In the face of ,the heavy it stayed below freezing for Service Q &. A Program ,

MARCH 17 Brown said the woman was student cannot be enrolled at people; they have a desclplina demand for Easter.A over' 10 hours at the experiment AnnouncedFor Slated Tuesday. "
W. St. not expected to live. any school next school year uroblem now," she added. total of 2,486 flats moved station and both fruit
Washington
unless a choce of schools la and bloom saved. Brad March 26 BHS PTA '
At gunpoint. White forced! It was agreed that the through the Starke market were By
(njIS Auditorium) the Gainey woman the Hurth made. This spring there will presidents would meet with this week through Wednes ford's group of farmers will
BIKES AVAILABLEIF girl and Rose Davids motherof be a 30-day choice period their to determine If day. Most of the berries wentto get to see that crop. The Starke Ministerial'A1- The_School BoaM ,,hail bean"invited "
NEEDED the Gainey 'woman and beginning March 15. 1967 any kind groups of investigation la two local buyers David Planning to attend the llance will sponsor the annual to participate !n' ..]I,

Sponsored By three small children into his and ending April 14. 1967. desirable and, if so, what Browning and the Morris meeting with Hugglna were Easter Sunrise Service on Sun question and answer period
Junior Woman's Club car Wednesday morning In "A choice form listing the kind. The PTA heads will be Carter J. R Wainwright Bud Harley Leaton Morgan, day March 26, at the Madlsou: next l\ondaynlght. March.21,
Starke on the pretext of goIng available schools and gradesIs meeting, at Southslda againon combination with a few go- Jimmy Gasklns Oscar Carter Street Baptist Church start: at the"regular meeting of the
fishing.He enclosed. This form must April 11 at 7:30: p.m. after Ing to peddlers for local dis Luther Hilliard, Donald Ben- lag at 6 am. Bradford High School P'l'A.t
be filled out and returned. Rev. W. A Hogan pastor Parents with children in. any
Title drove to Hampton and meeting with their groups. tribution. nett, Edwin Starling. Doyle
> Space Contributed continued south on SR-323 You may mall It In the enclosed A total of 1,787 flats moved Starling Pete Wainwright of the First Baptist Churchof school In the county are In..
I Weekly to Publicize south of Hampton, even In- envelope or deliver It through the Lawtey market and assistant county agent Starke will be the main vited -to attend. the 7:30: p.....
I I J Community Events by quiring along the way of bv hand to the address Methodist Men through Wednesday with pricesat Bobby Taylor speaker with pastor from meeting in the high school
another man of the locationof I Bradford County Board of To Meet MondayThe 330 to $360 Monday and other local churches participating cafeteria according to Mrs
JI I j The Community a fishing: hole. Junior Public Instruction P. O. Tuesday and going to 34.10 Bake Sale SaturdayBy In the program. A Pete 'Fancher. pi'ellden.t.ON .

I State Bank Estes, who lives south of Drawer 939, Starke) any time Methodist Men's Club to "' .20 Wednesday. Most of special feature will be the DEAN'S IJST.
Hampton on SR-325, showedthe during the 30-day choice per- will meet Monday. March 20. those berries are going to BHS PTA singing of the "Hallelujah
J J Accounts now insured car load of people the iod. No one may require you at 7 p.m. for supper and a !south: Georgia or Jacksonvilleand Chorus" by the Jun'or!'!? High Three local students-David
to $15,000 by woods. road to follow to the to file your choice form before musical program presented by some'are being peddled Bradford High PTA will School Girls Chorus. Long Martha\ !:.[oortt. and
up fishing hole. the end of the choice have bake sale Saturday. The Sunrise Service Is opento Glenda Wade were-ono.tlte
the youth choirs of the church. locally, according: to Manager a
I Federal Deposit Insurance But white; 'after starting period No preference will be All men are invited to attend Gary Bennett. March 18, beginning at 9:30: the public and persona of Dean's List for the l.ilz'Un4-trimester

Corp. down the road told the women given for choosing early during and are asked to bring a He verified that the present ajn. in front of the old Ca- all denominations are Invitedto at Florida State '

(ICwitlnued On P ge Twol I the choice pej-lod. covered.' dish. crop Is about to b. crapp d nova' Drug Store ___ attend --4 vanity.Julian. .:,.:J

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"'-' RRAUFORl) COUNTY TELF.GRAPn. STARK. n.OltmA TIIURSDAY MAatCH Ie 19R1I \'
FACE TWO



School Board : !o Propose; Joint Use Of Bowling Alley Keystone Gives Edwards victory big home/ :turnout county Is attributed of of voters Marion.to In the his



.. Recent Births
!Bradford County's School' Off9f\l" >" ,$nsl; board ball diamonds for public use. Big Majority
I Board has proposed to meet members'' as wiS 1 maximum In a final Item of business, ArrestedIn I Man Kills Self didn't" The three children, taken place at Bradford High Mr. ,and Mrs.\ Onady Marcus
the board consented to deed Negro one the daughter of the School. The Incidents were
[with the County Commlsslon- value that the county coul4 I The Keystone Height voting Overstret of Starke announce
the ,former Thurston Elementary Girl Friend Gainey woman and two belonging in the. March 9 arti-
It reported
-
lers April B in an effort to place on the structure. was precinct gave L K. Edwards the birth of a daughter
I reach a decision concerning decided that no definite offer School property In Lin- Reno B&E to Rose Davids, were cle headed "Parents Take of Irvine a whopping Marcia Catrell, on March
(potential use by the countyof would be discussed until the coln City to the City of Starkefor [Continue! From Page One] not harmed. AcUon on Truancy Problem" 6 to 1 majority over his opponent 12 in the Bradford County

( the former Starke Lanes board can determine that full future development as a Raymond Robinson 28-yenr- he didn't Intend to take them County Judge T. A. Yawn Jim Faulkner who headed B. C. Pearce, of Pa- Hospital.
(Bowling AUey.Discussion. and immediate uae could be recreation facility.Privilege old Waldo Negro, wee arrestedby fishing. but was going to kill Investigated the shooting and the grOuP of parents, Bald latka, for the Democratic
at a Tuesday made of the property.Superintendent city police in the act of them all. the Hurth girl and said that he was satisfied It that a BHS teacher was not nomination for State Senate, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murray -

[ night board, meeting centered Tom Casey And breaking and entering Paul's Rose Davids later told the was a murder- suicide and actually greeted In person as. I District 13, In Tuesday's primary of Jacksonville announce
around the possibility of pur- announced bids received by Store In Reno Friday deputies. The women got out would sign the death certifi "HI, Wild Bill." Faulkner said election. the birth, of a son March 14

chasing; the 13,097 square the county school system for ResponsibilityTopic Two witnesses, Melvin nl&ht'l of the car and walked< backto cate. A coroner's jury was the student was speaking to The Keystone vote was 263 in the Baptist Memorial Hos
foot ,building on Highway 100 food contracts for the ensuing At RotaryThe and Johnnie Thompson, the pavement. also summoned but probably her father when she referredto for (Edwards, to 50 for pital. Maternal grandparentsare
for use aa a county school I spring quarter. Bids will Robinson break a plate glass White followed and shot the will not be convened again. the Instructor. Another Pearce., Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez

bus barn and plant maintenance -,, be tabulated this week, and relationship between window with a softdrlnk bot- Galney woman at close range. The shooting occurred at teacher was present, ho\ said, Edwards Is well known In' of Starke.
I'
| facility. contracts awarded on the basisof 'privilege and responsibility\ was tle and enter the establishmentabout But the Hurth girl ran and approximately 11::20 a.m. and but not' the person to which the area, having .a summer
!Board members are seekIng low 'blda at the March 21 discussed at the Rotary Club 12:40: am. Saturday. he missed !her twice Deputy the two deputies received the the student referred. home on Lake Brooklyn.

ways to centralize maintenance meeting. Wednesday by Rev. Robert Brown called the police and:! Green said.'Walking. call about 11.57.Correction: In another. Instance, two I Edwards won "the battle THE BIGHT POINT for the
operations to ease the Bldi were received from Burch. pastor of the First I Robinson hid on the floor back to the car, students were reported to be of the Pork Choppers," poll.I
burden of maintaining the expanding Gertner'a Inc., Gainesville, for Presbyterian Church. behind a counter when Officers White reloaded the revolve "smooching" in a hallway, Ing 8,201 votes in the') four the way yen write. Come In

county school system meat and frozen food; Jax "Every privilege must carrya I I Bill Chambers and 'Felix with Mrs. Davids oil the other: when a teacher walked past. county district (Marlon, Putnam and elect jour favorite E3-
Frosted Foods Inc., Jacksonville corresponding degree of responsibility Sapp arrived and shined a side of the car, and shot The Telegraph has been The adult was not a teacherbut Clay, and Flagler) to
Additional use of the building for frozen food: Jeir- \ ," the speaker said light Into the store. himself. corrected on two instances a county health nurse 7,297 for Pearce. Edwards' TERBROOK fountain pen.

as office space for the cries Foods, Jacksonville for In pointing out the danger of Robinson came out on the "I was scared he was goingto which were related by par- making a visit to the school,
superintendent and other meat and frozen food; Jo eph's placing too much emphasis officer's orders, however. He shoot me," Mrs. Davids ents to the Bradford School Faulkner said. The students;I I walked past, \then resumed TELEGRAPH.
supervisory personnel was considered Imported Food Co. Inc., Jacksonville on rights of the individual has been charged with breaking told the deputies "But he Board on March 9 as having I stopped while the nurse t their "smooching', he said.
This use would bo for food; Sexton's & without enough stress on responsibilities and turned over to the

contingent upon the finalization Co.. Atlanta, for ,food, and of the Individual. county on a warrant signedby
of plans for similar office Swift and Co., Gainesville for Every citizen has a respon- Patrolman Chambers. He
space la the proposed new meat. I sibility to the community In 1 la being held in the Bradford

Bradford County Courthouse. In other business, S. D'I I which he lives, the speakersaid. County jad.Safety .
Mike Griffith, an Atlanta Goodman moved that He pointed out how members -
representative of American County School Board cooperate I of the Rotary Club could Lessons
Machine and Foundry Co.* fully with the City Recrea- assist In solving a local problem
owner of the building odvisud< tion Department In the development by lending their supportto Asked For

board members that althoughthe of two baseball school and law enforcement BB Gun UsersA
building was listed at officials in the matterof --
schoolproperty
the vacant
fields on
HASTINGS FOR RENT furnished
MATTRESS FOR RENT Unfurnished 2
upstairs --
$80,000, his film would be. that has
behind the site of school truancy
to "take It thechin' '' plea for safety to parentsand CIA"I"IFIKI> AD apartment, 3 large rooms I bedroom house in Hampton. on I
willing on received much attention in recent FRONT ALIGNMENT
the proposed Bradford County their BB-gun toting 11\1'111 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS and bath, air conditioned automatic Florida Power. $45: month. Ph. ;
front a county school Technical School. weeks. Latest Precision Equipment
'I Vocational youngsters has been. issued ,. _. gas heat. Washington I 964-66O9. After 5 call
Ip IS word SI 1)0) p.m.
system or ,government agency ,'The board agreed to allow the The speaker was Introducedby by Police Chief Bill Rossar 710 Lemon St. Palatka aM Grand. '$50 00. CaU Waldo, 8-ie6S.. V Factory Twined Mechanics,
who would be required to pur- city use of the land, upon Guy Androws. BB-guns are responsible for III..... word ov.. Iff _..07Uxtrn I II 468-1576 3t 3119 tforg AU Work Guaranteed.

chase the structure with pub which the Recreation Department 30 to 6O broken street lights .....1'.. If'' not Furniture Repaired V TIlE RIGHT POINT for' the TU Week Special:

lic between funds. A$30,000 tentative and figureof $40- I plans to lay two baseSLILDE'S CARD OF TilJSKS! every day these days, Chief p.101 I. u4vaace ____.:III I Upholstered &' Refinished CARL BEGGS the way you Write., Come in $5.55

I The family of Homer (Mike) Rosser says, plus many broken ,SIESIOIIAI.M. HBMOl.tTIWNM I MATTBCSSES REBUILT and : select jour e favorite E3TERBAOOK part V extra If neededFIRESTONE
Guertin acknowledges with windows. He asks that parents O ">*.B<. per word New.Innersprings Gulf Service fountain pen.

grateful appreciation your whose children own BB-guns C..tu orB 'I'II.\\KII: I and Box SpringsDrop TELEGRAPH 318 W. MadisonBE
give lessons In the safe use warda or Ie.. ,*J.111Kiirh USED PARTS
kind of Call
sympathy. Card
aiiL expressions of the and also In word ovor BO _.1X1 I U. A or Top Price tot Wrecked |rare I INSURANCE! !
I weapons PALATA; EA 5-918 SURE TO SEE: WORLD.
i A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAM respect for the property the 24 Hour Wrecker Service AT REDUCEDTES
BOOK before an*
MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER : buying
YOUR BEST BARGAIN.I AUTO FIRE BOAT
reselts.RuUD. children are damaging. Fuel Oil .
brings other encyclopedia. At. A
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ADULT EDUCATION' classes. 209 E. Adklns St. DOYLE E. CONNKR
I Starke Agent AAAM & II iJrorn Stamp I Payne your local representative -
Join now. Elementary and INSURANCE AGENCY
Services Set Secondary. Phone 864-6091 Hwy. 301 N. Waldo trctif since 1904. :Box 620.
488IW3lawn Phone 964-6960. tfchg
thaLi Here Friday days; 964-6800 evenings. tf I REDUCED FROM: $100 TO

For Mrs. Roberts $70 PER MO. : MARY Myers Power. = Tools]

GAS LINED Nation Wide NEW ONE' BEDROOM Area Headquarter For
10() YEAR WARRANTY Mrs Tennle Mae Roberts, Paint I MowerREPAIR Lawnmowers Fewer: Tees
of Starke died upon arrival I Factory FURNISHED BIcCulIoch Chain .SwPumpA
; ; i at a local hospital Tuesday I 1O2 E. Brownies St. GARDEN API'S.AIR SERVICEMlnur CARTERPAINTS Water Sy'temBrlggs *
Gas night, after a sudden illness. I .. Tune-up or Over- Stratton Engines)
Reg. $1.99 Gal Value '
CONDITION haul. New Wheela" Control
She was a native of Bradford I Rental Sale Servte
County, the daughter of the I 3 Gal. For $5.00 I NEXT TO BuS ON *, etc. We also Have : 230 N.BX 16th Ave.
Water Heater late Rafoid and Viola Gore Pick-up and Delivery Serv- Gainesville

\ Strickland. I Reg. $2.99 Gal. Value WASHINGTON" ST. ice. 3783411tfcn.

Surviving are her husband, 4 Gal. For PALL I 102 E. Brownlee St.
$10.00Reg.
Curtis A. Roberts of Starke, Call FIRESTONE904T59J USED VACUUM cleaners: reconditioned -
t \ three daughters, Paula May, Complete Line S15: up. 10 different

....I".>.VV..J. You can own I and Patricia May, both of $3.99 Gal. Value MR. MASONcare 312 W. Madison I ofH name 'brands to choose from.
Gainesville, and Paulette May 4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER Part & excellent repairs all
an endless of Ernest Tew Starke, Flu. tf
; of Starke; one son, Michael makes. KIRBY SALES. &
PaintsSipplies I
:;;;;; supply of hot Mrs.May, Gainesville Vf D. Mitchell; five, sisters Miami,, Realty, Inc. !LACY CONWAY .!H SERVICE 3767110.712 N. (Main V, Gainesville tfchg-

.... ,,1' FLYING 'SERVICE' I
.V. water for'onlypennies Mrs. Lottie Boree and Mrs. Gainesville! Ph. 376-6461 and
R. B. King both of Hialeah; WEED CUTTINGAll FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane
;*' with Mrs. Frank Fler 2906 N. W. 13th St. rental. Greyhound BUll
15-lb. Capacity Westinghouse : Cleveland,, : The Rancher
Ohio; and Mrs. Frances Meek Types Charter Keep your party to- ,
: economicalSlade I gtrfher charter a bus. Phone
'\
'" of Fort Myers.
Bulldozer & 864-6090. Inc.Western.
tfchg:

WASHERONLY \ : Gas at Funeral 11 a.m.services Friday will in be Jones held Drag Line Work ONE STOP Openings for waitresses and:1 i:: For All Purposes WearS

Memorial Chapel with Rev. J. C. GardnerPHONE truck
Luther A. McGee and Rev. W. drivers.Central ZIPPERS Guns

2.91 I A. Hogan officiating. Inter-I 9647720George MASONRYMATERIALS Employment Service Livestock
ment 'will be In the I
Per Month Kingsley 964-&S67 7 & 10 In lOc<<
00 Lake Cemetery under direction E. LaRue ,
Supplies
I 77 You Can Pay This Out of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -,i INSURANCEGENCY I INOCXME TAX SERVICE>: 14 In .. 15cI I
Home. Reasonable Fees! Fast Accurate -
Of Your Savings When Saddlery
I Where Medicare Stops, Service! Call Ralph 22 In. 25c
'I . .
-. You Use Slade Gas. WE START! Ready Mix Concrete, Con- Bryan 964-6208 or CharlesC.
UI Low Cost Medicare PlusIretsctIon crete Block, Sand Rock, FREELAND BROWN
: TilE RIGHT POINT" for the Johns 961-5869.:
As lAw As Cetmmt. Mortar, Steel, Oyster ,, MARRIED COUPLES WANTED :Manager6th
the 3-26
In 4tchg
write. Come
Slade Gas way ;you
and select ffl A Year Shell Llm r'k. Roof for cottage parent work,
favorite ES.
your Auto Fire Home Owners Gravel, Frera..t Untel and SAVE SAVES SAVE couples start at $,4S: per mo. Street
TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEGRAPU Life Accident Window Sill! .*. Everything I Extra Clean Reworked electric ,Minimum education 9. age 21

& Appliances Keystone Height 473-4002 for Mwumry (Cointtrurtlon.. range. no Junk plus. :3 s day week. la general Near Uvestock Market
Slade Gas &
Appliances I trade-lna\ accepted. married couples work .same Gainesville\ 376-4595

332 W. MADISON WANTED! I I I ANNOUNCINGA I JACKSON shift. Qualified single persons I
332 W. :Madison Phone 961-7701 -... SOMEONE to assume payments ,: BUILDERS SUPPLY' also accepted. If Interested apply .
I on SINGER AUTO New I 3tchg 3-23 In person. Personnel Of. No. 497 NIce completely:
1 MATIC CONSOLE MODEL! I flee, Sunlankt Training Center 1 I furnished. 2 bedroom bmsralow. I
I 12 \Fries. SEWING MACHINE. Does all Ready Mix Plant I I SAVE SAVE SAVE Gainesville. 4tchg 3-30 all utilities approxi'
Re-worked electric bench
atKeystone I I mo matery; lane, shade treee,
design stitches, buttonholes,
for the
THE RIGHT POINT
'I tors. Sizes up to< 2 h.p. Aver.
'
Custom Made sews on buttons monogram., Heights I:,I age $999. Greatly reduced the way you write. Come In In tewn. Underprleed at
Please Vote For And For Florida Living / appliques, etc. Sold for $339. prices on others. and etect your favorite ES-!' 7700.
Balance $68 at $8 month. I No. 476 Cattle and Timber -
- l_ per For Better Service To I Jackson Builder Supply TERBROOK fountain pen.
Get More Call Credit '(Manager Jacksonville Ranch at 200 acre. 130
I Help ElectMAURICE YOU For Your $ $ COLLECT 353-1948. No I That Area. 3tchg 3-23 TELFGRAPII acre In Improved pasture,

I obligation. Will deliver.4tchg'. We Will Not Be FOR RENT 1 and 2 bedroom NEW MOBILE home, Chd tIaah.a. 7O acre wooded Tenant
__ No Salaried or CeramhMioncd 3-18 I Undersold. trailers. Will furnish space in .. 20' A .24' wide, Buddy- house. Call for price and
I town or can be moved to Clemson. Layton Travel Trail .
EmployeesDAD
terms.STROUT
EDWARDS\ JR. FOR SALE Phllco Refrigerator your own lot. For sale 21" ers. Liberty, Taylor, Azalea REALTY

& BRAD.LARSEN -Freezer, Phllco-Bendlx I Bradford I Phllco TV. also 14' Admiral buy, Mil, trade. Year bank fi I. 2117 N. Temple Ave. Starke,
I LIKE TO WORK Automatic Washer, and a I' Deepfreeze both used very nancing.' Buckeye Trailer Mart, Fla. ((9O4)) 964-6609. Free Local -

TRUSTEE Kelvlnator Chest Freezer. AH little. J. B. White, 9646114. Inc. 8673 Roosevelt Blvd. 1 Lint
YOU Benefit! three are used. Price for all 3tchg 3-23 Orange! Park 264-2131. tfcho;
three $' 00.00. Rev It. L. EngineeringCo. FOR SALE Big Boy, BeefSteak

Clay Electric Co-Op V 1 :_ Packham. PHONE Keystone FOR SALE House on corner -,WORLD'S SMALLEST electric tomato plants; shrub-
AU Sizes \on Display Heights! 4734362. 2t 316I of St. dale and Bridge adding\ machine: : adds sub bery. Azalea reduced price
8-10-12() Wide I Sts. Hard surface on each tracts, multiplies; has credit Geranium V. R. Ferguson,
DISTRICT 5 ., HELP WANTED: Make $30 i side. 3 ,bedroom house, galvanized balance. Only *109.50 Brad Ralford Rd.. 964-6227.
itJ' lYi Baths up dally on Food route.. Man I Phone Starke tin roof. Worked over ford Ommty Telegraph tf Stchg 3-23
Si and -
Expandablea or woman part or full time. and repainted. Reasonable
REPRESENTING BRADFORD COUNTY Write For Sale HOUSE AND FOR! RENT 3 room
Mel. Heath, Box 2768,: 964-5403 priced. See J. L, Silcox. 427 Large
V DeSoto Sta. FURNITURE' 210 N. Cherry furnished 128 N.
(Memphis Tenn. apartment.
I N. St. Clair St. 2tp 3-16
New '
and Used 2tp 3-161 Keystone Ready 964-7271. tfchg Church St. Phone 964-6107
I BRICK! HOUSE Hearing completion I Stchg 4-6
8Yr. Mix For Sale-HOUSE AND LOT,
financing available
ENUTCE NURSERY 3 bedroom, 1% 'bath.
0 Businessman Cattleman Farmer Toronto plants, 'banded Annuals 473-4285 Located Just out sIde of city 1321, &W.. 964-7271 Madison near Starke r FOR RENT-Small lurnlahecT(
tfchg Utilities furnished
Use Our apartment.
Rental-Pur Citrus tree and Ornamental Keystone limits. Small down payment.
chase PlanPaymentsUnder shrubs. 2 miles Northof / I Easy monthly} terms. Phone FOR RENT 2 bedroom ; $10 per week..],(. R. Judd, 127

$50 Per MonthNOIE.\ Lawtey on 301. Turn West 964-6853, Buford Mitchell 'furnished house. Adults only. Lafayette St. Phone 9645951.tfehg.

The people of Bradford County want a change, please at sign. Phone 782-8465. FOR SALE Tomato Plants P. O. Box 238 Starke. Itchg Apply 309 North Water Sttfchg.

2tchg 3-23 ),(analucle, Rutgers and Mar- I FOR SALE Pet rabbits

read the following carefully before you decide to vote globe. Onion plants. Jean APPRAISALS CON18'IDE'1TIALINRMAT1ON AND any size now available at
WANTED SURGERY
Housekeeper to TREE and Dock
Terrell. RaUon!, Fla. near Smith' Shell Station Lawter.3tehg .
live In If possible and care Fire Tower. I Building kill moss with
This Is The Results Of Bradford 1tp) 3-30
County: for 3 children.. L. G. Johnson, Concerning property and property spray or de-mos, complete V
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Rt 2 Box 156:\ Starke. Itp FISH BAIT, Live bait minnows values In Florida Prop. removal service, trim. Insured. FOR SALE 4 wheel trailer
and Shlnners, large earth erty. Over thirty years experience Earl Burke Tree Surgery with frigerator body $200. M.
Zedra Hamilton
119 Hamilton Total 119
- THREE BEDROOM house 5% .
worms. 1 mile South of Key in Real Estate matters phone 328-3298. Palatka after R. Judd 127 Lafayette'' Et

Maurice Edwards, Jr. 79 Other Totals - 147 FuU Lake Privileges r acres good strawberry land. stone Heights on Road 10O at and Active Real Estate: 6.30: p.m. or 629-4147. Ocala. Phone 9M- 951. tfchg
H ton Ford pick-up truck. Lake Geneva Fla. Calvin Hall Broker since 1953. A. J. 3tpd 3-28
R. H. C.reenJr. 68- Homestead Exempt 'One saw mill, front end loader phone 4733071.. 2t pd 2-23 Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 964-4701' WAITRESS W.ANTEJ.ooapply
Financing i Ford tractor. 1 88 Chev- HOMES OF DISTINCTION In person at Trail Motel and
I I rolet 2 ton truck, 1 '52 Chevrolet PUMPS ft WATER SYSTEMS FOR RENT Furnished 3 Among the finest in Starke. Restaurant. 2tohg 3-23
You the of Bradford I 2 ton SALES!: & SERVICE bachelor apartment. Exclusive Priced
.can, easily' see people County wanta Lake Geneva I truck. 1 air condI- room neighborhoods.
tion unit. 1 winch truck. 1 BANK FINANCING Renner Apt*. 383 W. WashIngton r from 12500.00 to. $22,00000. JUST 500.00
change. Please help them by casting vote for : commercial 'table saw. 1 '55 :DURRANCE PUMP St. Phone 964-6279. Reasonable term Please let Shell house and 60x100 foot
your Trailer SalesOn I Plymouth car. 1 ,'59 Olds- SUPPLY CO. tfchg r me show them, without .obli lot on State Road 100-A. Seem
I mobile. Priced right for quick 139 N. TEMPLE!: gation to you. A.. .1. Thomas, for quick ale.. A J.
:I ale. J. E. Kendall, P. O. Box PHONE 984-7061 HORSE AND PONY 'SALE Realtor. Tel. SHJ4- 'lOL Thomas, Realtor. TeL 964-
MAURICE EDWARDS JR. Route 100, One Mile SB! 4-6 Saturday March 18 at I p.m. 9701.
1112 Starke. Phone 964-9801.: 4tchg
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Keystone ,ha. I Come to buy and sell. FOR RENT Unfurnished.

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Open Sun. & Evenings I 1. Itchg FOR RENT One row' trans' JACKSONVILLE LIVESTOCK two BR house outside ,city.: Adjustable Vb 7l Book
I HELP WANTED ,Apply planter for all kinds of plant AUCTION CO. 781-46T7 ]Furnished apartments in Cever An sizes 30 eent ea
I'-" V--i : ... ':....JIor,J I Tastes Freeie Drive-In..Itchg Call 964-9305. Itchg Itchg ,Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf dig a& The..Telegraph., "




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MARCH 16.. 1907' BRADFORD C017Nt'YTEt.EGRAPR., STARKE, FLORIDA' : PACE THREB ..

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In Meet At Palatka harm, 330.: p.m.. ,
Three-Way/
Brown MakesAllAmerican I April 14, Friday, Bolles, _

home, 7:30 p.m.

April 15, Saturday: Con


' BUS Thinclads 2nd To Class AA Ocala Tornado Baseball Action ference April, away 18 Championship, Tuesday 3:80: p.m.St.Augustine 2 .p.m.- ..

end Larry Brown
April 21, 'Friday Orange
)
has been named Honorable ..
, "Theyr Improving the Wednesday.Lake J. Roy Chasteen for his 53.8 Park home, 7:30: p.m. .
Mention on the high school
;bardsr thou! work the better City finished third anchor leg on BHS' second I Coaches and Athletes All- Set Saturday April 22, 'Saturday, Gainesville -

they're gom W oe,* COaca with 48 points to edge Chief- place sprint medley relay American footba'l team. High, home 2 p.m. '

pavld Hurse said of ills 1967 land with 43. team. Hurse also noted Bud-I a I I April 25, 27. 28, Class A ':

:Tornado trackmen after the The Tornadoes' Plen Qnann dy Trawlck's 2:08.9: performance I Brown two weeks ago. signed I Group 3 Tournament at 'Pa
a four-year scholarship with BHS baseball action begins vllle High away, 7:30: p.m.
finished second: with 66Jx won the 120-yard high hur- for fourth place in the latka, night.
I
the Saturday night when the Tor- April 7, Friday, Live Oak
of
University the
>inta behind Ocala's 89 InouJlway t;, dles and the pole vault and 880-yd. run, a "good come- Kansas May 5 and 6, Regional
first Tornado grrldder to sign nadoes go to Palatka for a home, 3:30: p.m. .
,/ meet at the Univer- finished second in the 180- back" after a 2:12.0: last Tournament. ..
from the 1966 Class A state 7 p.m. contest. April 8, Saturday, Bolles,
sty of .Florida track last yd. low hurdles for the meet1 week May 11 and 12, State
with' champion grid high point performance Tournament.
I'I "All our quarter milers to. Kansas last week to visit Coach Chuck Mason's '67 nine ,
: i April 11., Tuesday, Palatka
.;." .' ,,".2":%",*." .:x \...",, 13.The In seem to be improving," Hurse the school he will attend next. will be young and Inexperl-
'" BHS Junior turned
: said of
: : enoed, I both In the field and
a 16.0 performance In thehigh's i. '
I Beam, Paul: KauHmann
"One of the finest athletes on the mound. The I960 rec- Now YOU
and his winning vault and William Scoggins 1 r : I
;s w to participate at Bradford ord was a respectable 9-4 witha
was 10'9", a respectable performance
.yt9. Besides Onann's two firsts, High since I've been here" Is pair of losses to Palatka
this early in the
the Tornadoes' Gary McRae the 'way Coach David Hurso and Gainesville! High. CAN ENJOY ,
season
won the mile run in 4:498: describes the 190 Ib. 6-4 The four returning lettermen aCOG.
Coach Hurse had praise for
Ii'p '
and Roger Chllson won the Brown, who had already won are third baseman .Wayne SANDERS 41'

discus throw at 132 feet and':! all-conference, all-area and McLeod, a senior with three I RECIPE

finished second in the shot all-state honors. letters; outfielder Sandy San y

> put at 43'9." He also has won all-con- derson a senior with letters;
Ask
, n' Next outing for the Torna 1 ference honors on the 68-87 Dale Crosby a senior first Kentucky

1 does Is tomorrow I Friday) at BItS basketball squad watch, baseman with one letter and

Charley the annual Fletcher Relaysat established a 23-7 record. He i ;Junior Foul McLeod a pitcher-

Jacksonville Beach one of won the team trophy for most outfielder with 2 letters Fried k

, E. the main events of the sea- rebounds with 8.6 per; game Infielders will be Wayne Mc

son. average. Leod, 12;;' Dale Crosby 12;

. Johns BUS Statistics Wilbur Waters 11; Gary Hamilton Chicken

I High hurdles: 1 Gnann '11; Richard William,

16.0, 4-A. Crawford 178. 5- Paul McLeod :11; Mike Norman, 9, and Tom j M"It's

About this question: Norman 206. t Talley 9.Outfielders.
" 100: 4-Chasteen 106. Stevens Finger Lickin' Good"I'iIONE

"A new auto insurancepolicy 10.7, Denns 11.2, Belote. \Wins 2 Team son, 12; Larry: Sandy sander-I; .
gives credit to
a 11.2.Mile I Brian Erwin 12; Paul :Mc-. AHEAD 964-5126
the 'safe driver' and provides run: 1-McRae 4498.: Leod, 11; Randy Jones, II; YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY

for 'single limits' of 830 relay: 2BHS (Stevens 1 +r rt Dan Oriffis, 11. )

coverage such as $25.-' Np Chllson, Belote Chas Cage TrophiesJunior Catchers are Bobby Smith I EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
.LFJ
teen]
1367.
000.) $50,000 or $100,000per : and Don Elder both sopho
440 dash: 3 Kauffmann i 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
accident. Does the Paul McLeod "won mores.
i SS.2, 4- Warren 55.6, Beam two of five Pitcher Include Paul ;Mc
Charley E. Johns Agency awards given each R. BRASWELL. Owner-Manager
53.7 year and senior Larry Brown Leod, Dan Grltfls.! Gary Hamilton -
handle this 'single ijmit'auto Low hurdles 2 Gnann l
: -
won another as the 1966-67 Larry Brown and Mark .
v
policy? 22.4, 4-Belote 23.0. basketball ended. Graudon.
.
I It I 1 Y :
t 1 I f.f.t 880 run: Scoggins 2:05.1. : McLeod won, the trophy for Three night: gumes will be .

. Charley E. Johns ., 4-Trawlck 2:08.9.: the highest free ''throw percentage played here to allow more fans I .
. :: > Under New
Agency SMR: 2-HS I Hall Chil- with 91 baskets for to attend. ;

e1B son. Stevens, Chasteen] 2:09.3. : 137 attempts for a 66 Schedule)
I Gary MrRue breaks. the tape In 4:49-.8: fur a first pltw-e per
131 S. Walnut St. Andy 1\layton taken second cent average. He also won the March 18, Saturday Palatka. MANAGEMENT'Rhoden's
for the Tornadoes in
the mile
220: 4-Hall 249. run. 7
) place In the discus with a tone I trophy most assists with 104, away p.m. -
1 PHONE 964-5070 Mile relay: 3-BHS War-- more than doubling his nearest March 21, Tuesday, Lake
.
of 128 feet.Check ren, Beam, Kauffmann, --.. teammate. City away 3:45: p.m.

t I Scogglns 3402.: **' BHS Golfers Larry Brown won the rebound March 23, Thursday St. Texaco StationLONNIE i

Shot put: 2-Chllson 43'9". : trophy by pulling down Augustine home, 3:30: p.m.

Discus: 1-Chllson 132', 3- __ .:.: Take SecondIn 251 for an average of 8.6 per March 28 Tuesday. Live II. RHODEN, Owner ..
'
Mayton 126'. game. Paul McLeod had 229 Oak away 3:30:. p.m. .

Pole vault: 1-Grann 10'- 'l.etsGo k TriMatchTorando rebounds for second place in March 31, Friday Lake City

9". 4-Griggs 9'9". that category and' Bobby home 7:30: p.m. Lewis New
Bobby
Broad jump: Chasteen White had 216. April 1, Saturday Orange ManagerStarting

18'114.! ." ) golfers lost to a White :had a higher free Park, away 2 p.m. I :I

High jump: Brown 5'2'" hot Orange Green Park Cove in team a three-way but beat throw perecentage than Mc \April 4, Tuesday, Qalnes- Monday, March 20th :

Beam 5' 2". Leod with 63 baskets In 87
match In Green, Cove last
attempts for 72 per cent, but A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
Thursday, March 9. didn't ahoot enough to NOW OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M.
On the point system. Green qualify briny result
for the ,
I Cove had 8, BHS 2Vi, and trophy. To qualify a
< I rm
mmUIP Orange Park lye player must ahoot at least GOODRICH
two-thirds as many as the
YOU BUY A NEW The Blue Devils' foursome top player. REPAIRLAWN TIRES AND BATTERIESPHONE

OR USED CAROUT shot 32 36 39 and 41 whichis Wayne McLeod ended the

"real good," BUS poach. 30-game() season with a 17.6 I MOWERS .
By Lynn Hamilton Mike exton"'iud.r scoring average by far the NOW 964-7199 ,

Bill Adams had a 41 for thoTornadoes' highest Avoid the ruth atBUSH'S
on the
"S1 iaal FIND RULES OF THE ROAD team. He 231 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE :
low.
INSURE SAFE BOATING scored a total of 928 points GULF ..
The Tornadoes will take on Only other player In double STATION
Traffic regulations have T
Lake City today (Thursdayand )
figures was Paul McLeod
been adopted to make auto- Palatka Friday. Both 106 average. Bob White witha I Where You Buy Your GRAND) OPENING
Filth Bait and Tackle
mobile travel as safe and en- I
matches will begin at 8
had
p.m. a 9.1
joyable as possible The same on the Starke Golf and Country Trophies average.will also 'be givento I N. TEMPLE AVE. LATER DATEf
is true of boating Rules of PHONE 064-7361 t
Club course, :the player selected by his I :
the road have been established
Next Wednesday March .22. teammates as Most Valuable

to Insure maximum safety the Tornadoes will take on and the coaches will award a .

I afloat and when correctly! Green Cove here and next Best Sportsmanship trophy,

HOW Cn BUYERS followed they even add to Thursday,' !March 23, Orange but those two will not be

the fun of boating. Park will play here.TORNADO. announced until the
Yourself Every PaydayCheck MAY SAVE annual J
Both newcomers and veter. All-Sports Banquet this spring. Will the bills

j { UPTOn]} $200THROUGH ans should occasionally. review j
how much yo-i need to spend check what these rules. Here's a ,
THE
you can save. Then, quick deposit your savings I guide prepared by the Evln- r from' an obvious foul and not $175

and check careless spending: Do this every pay- STATE FARM MUTUAL rude News Service. The 1'.a call It. The other official I cost you more

day and keep your savings account "on the grow". CAR FINANCE PLAN smart skipper also1 checks ad- ? y A seemingly tried to keep the

When check it for size, you'll see how bank Low cost financing: ditional regulations on the game under control but he

interest you swells the total. Don't let anything check cooperating through a local bank tend I lake boating.where he plans tj do his ( T : Es E Et too violations did not and call fouls.very obvious I than they should?

you start saving today, and keep on saving. our low cost Meeting When two boats "Aa Starke tried to bring I

Check the other services this bank offers you, Insurance tool .approach head on, each" skip, the ball' up the court it was '
per steers to the right or t stolen' and on a fast 'break,I
check any that may help you: Personal Checking Monroe cr7F1
CALL TODAY! starboard and the boats pass charged down court I
. Accounts, Personal Loans, Home and Moderni- port side to port side. /f fxl with the ball. He drove In X ,

zation loans, Safety Deposit Boxes, and many Overtaking When one By'ihn' Trapl.4 !with the ball took four steps i; i

others. Phone 9645391MERRITI boat Is overtaking another, without dribbling (a very obvious -

HWILLIAMS he must keep clear of the travelling violation) and
The of the then 'finished his drive witha
slower boat. headlines Bay
A FULL SERVICE BANK I
CrossingSImilar to auto- Cities News, which Is a Nice- leap down the center alley

HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED 117 N. Wah.ut St. mobile regulations, the person villa publication on March 9, knocking down two Starke

to the operators right has 1967, on the top of the front players and ending on the

.. .... page read: "R FEREES AND floor himself. Only KB'was
STATE FARM a. the right of way, arid you
State Bank CRESTVIEW TAKE REGIONAL awarded the foul not th. men
The
Community Muted.Autom.EU.Inunnc. ___ muse give way to him. If nec-
.Compaq.. CROWN", (sea columnon he had knocked down and
the U
cessary operator required -
Mom. 0"1<.: L.VUaI page 4)). who had the right to the
OF STARKE ......''nlloo. IllInoIt to slow down stop or
The game referred to was positions they held. 1
reverse his craft to accomplish eaAVo
"In the overtime 54
the shocking episode between period, the
MEMBER F..D. I. C. this.Getting.
.. I! Starke and Crestvlew for Re- Crestvlaw team was awarded :
Underway Boats '
gion I honors and a berth in four free throw on two foul
-I leaving ships wharves and. A
the State Tournament, The that were very bad calla One
piers have no rights until
Column mentioned was that was charged against Starke
&they are In open water.I I written by Leo Conrad under that was very definitely afoul

My Sincere ,I Therefore you must proceed the heading "See Here On against Cr .tv1 w. 'I Kit 'They might,rf you have to borrow the money to pay there i

with caution. 1 I Sports.' the official who called'It was jKeffciymc) tf9... I3". *"" cost you pretty penny 3

SallboataWith only one So that local fans may seeing it the other way.. The 'in interest charges, -

exception the sailboat has know that others felt the fans booed and the Crcatvlew But if yon make* habit of saving with V t'

the right of way o.VCpower: same way aa I did about the fan* hooted against: the' offending 'with the people specialize in saving
.t; craft. The only exception lathe poor officiating In: the 'eon-I player but the two ;
uuwdl. have the.ooneywhen )
T11AMiS unlikely situation of >a >test, I am reprinting sectionsof points scored by Willie Camp- roneed s '

sailboat passing ,power his column. 'bell put the ;Bulldog} ahead. I i The diffeenc between bonqrtj' :

craft. "aturday night warn the A second foul was called I to pay the WhTor )your baby,

Fishing Boats Take It worst officiating I have seen against the Starke Tornadoes or saving ahead and gettmg earnings .on yew saving'

easy when you are passing in many a day. Not the game I and .shot! were awarded to could/ /furnish the nursery favng

+ near fishermen. 71shng: boats itself but the fact that Stark. Gordon Jones when M should nukes lie difcrenirfjSaveRegularly
had not only to beat the S have 'been charged with the
whether anchored or underway .
To The People Of men on the floor from Crest- offense. of charging lit sank
with nets,'lines or trawls
< 9 I out have the right of way. view; but the two officials as thetwo, free throws and the and With Confidence At.
Bradford County well. Bulldogs were ahead by four e e
I AccidentsIn any emergency "The poorest exhibition of with: just 44 seconds remain- .
it Is the duty of the r
ina.'r3fow
the season in refereeing; the

For the tremendous vote ance.boatman render all to possible stand by assist and I II game the stadium was to Saturday.be seen there Inconsistency in- about that. Biff Red +fl Savings & Loan AssociationOF '

calls and
erroneous fans? The technical foul men-
of confidence you gave Courtesy Many day-tJo-1 -"
I the lack of them were just -
tioned above was really calledon OF STARKE 4
me' February 28th. We still have a Big Job to do and I day boating situations do not I about all any man would take. Coach Tommy Malloy and t

II come under written regula- The coach of Starke took It that without cause. It could 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 064-5000

humbly ask your continued support in the March 28th tions. The answer then Is as long as he could and when have been called on a lot .of
simple common sense and hold it in
he could not 'any
us If you count boo from the
election. I boating courtesy. Just remember longer he objected, only to fan a. good cause. I ITHB Save $50 or more at First Federal this month and get a
I one thing: Would draw a technical foul for his FREE
you like it If the other boat- team. Without calling the one I box of candy while they last. (Sorry-1 to a customer)

STATE Ii men were doing the same official biased or prejudiced RIGHT POINT for tbel oJ
EUGENE thing? his record of calls that par the way: yen write. Come:
Passbook In The 20th
F. GENE SHAW REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT I I ticular evening were nearly 2 and select your favorite ES-) Savings By
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: to 1 against the Starke boys. TERBROOK fountain pen
16. :..,' A Classified Ad In the TELE- Additionally the man had the TELEGRAPH I Earn From The FirstTIIURSDA

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TinrnsDAY. MARCH ie 196'7' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKK. FLORIDA .I KAGK. Fine:



9 I Ii ,t i''I'r' ; ra }i2..JiiFi ,: ( Rep. Fuqua \Will Be Speaker '


i Spring Fashions! \ '..1".1:11"'J A1: ,;., ',::tt!>:''_.;, .. ,4 T,' : I


, (: Woman'sI I '1': ,,s, r A.:"" :.., I At Clay Electric Annual Meeting!!

I A jam-packed .-i' -
More than 3500! () membersand
Club witnessed the annual a .
guests are expected to
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showing of spring
a1 attend the 29th annual meet-
\: ions sponsored by the 'e'- Ing of Clay Electric Cooper-

F ate I t tt o Starke Junior Women ative at Keystone Heights on

4 : .;" ,' i iI Friday night.Thirtytwo. r Thursday, Match 23.
Y. U
I ,.. ," .' models par Rep. Don Fuqua of the
'I'' 2nd Congressional District! ,
''
j ; aded over 50 examples ofStarke.s
R .,. ,' '. will be guest speaker duringthe
spring finery
) ;,..p.'it: afternoon program
h .. ;.1,' over the stage as it was I which\ will follow a fried frxdeAkf !
I.: described by Mrs. Laurie I F
"'l};."" ; chicken dinner' to be servedto
'" J"" Mullins. There were out-! members' and guests at ? F

1t.if. .,,",.i iJ fits for young and old, noon.

+ 1 1lr 1'' .ii1f J. sports wear to dressier Local Interest Is centeredin
; j. the election of a director
'. \ creations for an eveningout.
," 4r
; from District 5 I Bradford

1w w lr t, rt 'Y 7 -J .. .. ... \ t, '" Fashions. shown were, Zedra County I Hamilton where the of Incumbent Brooker.

\ from Stump's Eagle's. ) Is opposed by Maurice; Ed-
,
T I II I _..... .._,: .}'; ..Carp's, and Leila's.Refreshments {' I wards, Jr of Starke Hamil-
.
< : : ,; were ton was high man for the Fuqua
,.. 11.,. II" : nomination at recent meet-
: + served after by the show. a ,
"/,\, Ing, with Edwards an theI elected next Thursday. but
Furniture and stereo
11 ; are unopposed so far for their
I used as back drops were I II II II II II three year terms. They are

from Dahmer's, favors I I I II Hicks Griffin of District 7

3ti were Compliments of Lou I (Columbia County], and H

; don's Beauty Shop and H Suirency president of the

".f" 'lfrd". ; Merle Norman Studios:! I board of District! 3 [AlachUB -
t t y. I I eI County]
t Door prizes were presented -
t. ; Voting will be by secret
by Keith's
Beauty I r ballot during; the hours of 9
t Shop, Williams Jewelry, a. m to 7 p. m. No proxies

: Holiday Inn of Starke, I are allowed.

I .. J Koch's Drug Store Bull- EntertainmentThe

.,,.....--. ington's:! Gift Shop and I musical side of the
(
Jimmy Moore's Gulf Sta- program will be filled by
:< the Klaudt Indian Family

.,.,. ...."' tl. ..r. : tion. gospel singing group from thai
.4. y:.k': {f. .. ,' '. er ) Other nominations "Dakota Badlands who will
"
.\ ,11 : be made from the
-.j.'i I may entertain from 9:30: ( a. m until
/ 1. _. :._ .. out twenty or so tin,/ bands floor at the annual meeting. 1:30:
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L. :t.' of fertilizer is Just fine for
17 .... i;..' Two other directors will ber Rep. Fuqua the main
-": What. an Easter thrill little Miss\ Bren- the powdery type fertilize

: \ 1' da Sapp will get when she steps out in However, you'd best make a I speaker, was first elected to
; Congress in 1662 His district
I h,, I. : the quality dress tastefully styled by few test pushes of the lawnto ; ie"Vicki was changed by reapportionment .

I """.c. ,r "Mary Louise Originals." Brenda's get the feel of the operation Y r x {. and In 1906 he was for.

;. f" 'I. .. .., dress is pastel yellow made of 100 per serious before business.you get Remember down to, ced to run against his old-

:, :.. .. h. ,.' cent combed cotton with a dainty organdy If you zlg where you should i friend and colleague. ReP;
: q" .: pinfore. With the pinfore removed the I Billy Matthews for the new
J have zagged, your mistakes .
1 o', ?" \ ., 1 '. ':'1 dress can be worn separately. will show ,as yellow and | r.'kptt. current MinnMoorlennv 2nd District seat. Fuqua won'!,
..'i'IIt"t/ 1 1soyJi up wan the 11th entry -I end Is now serving on the-

fo 1.-' .... green grata In the .ntl..t for the M important Science and Astronautle -
,. To prevent this, take a r
': I. I.p' ". '. I>y.1.:;. sober breath before making North Florida Strat,lwrryQueen r Committee In the-
/ I House.
.' ,. each swarth across the lawn title.Berry UllIJ1l1tonw1ll
J Alii' I Also, adjust the machine to
"
.
a, apply only half aI much fertilizer -
'. ., J'; ., as recommended by 'QueenContestants TIlE
help here. RIGHT POINT for the
y..v. your county agriculture Those of you living In the ....lece your favorite KSTFR-:
'. .or: ; agent, and make two applications -
BROOK
.' : western part of the state fountain pen. TELEway -
'aria- one application goIng should ust an 8-8-8 fertllia-:. you Write. Com la sad

; taF t f glfJJ east end west, and an- er; for peninsular Florida GRAPH.

1 s other going north and, south 12-4-8 formulation, "All
use r.>* culjNlY; JIDQES -ramTT'
aaalA"ti
Smart gardeners save a few Are OutstandingThe should have one to two per IN AND FOR BRADFORD'

pound of fertilizer for later cent zinc oxide equivalentwhen COUNTY FLORIDA,
use-Just In case they skip a used on young trees.. In WALTER r.: Betal K., of

blade or two of grass list of entrants for the Don't use fertilizers containIng df,>eHM..(l SCHMIDT.

The "whlrly-bird type fertilizer title of !Miss North Florida copper as peach trees are No'rtt'H, TO C-HKOITOIH:
> .. distributor is tine for Strawberry Queen has swollento .A Iter..dllon or the Metata
very sensitive to it. of Walter F, Hohmldt drcnaved,
,
., the unselfish gardener. Using 11, but there is only a are hereby
notified and required -
the first apply
This Mix "N" Match outfit worn by Dpri? Ann .Spengler lain t 1 a pellet-type plant food this week left to enter. During year to file my claim or d*.
blue checks. It has a blue nylon ribbed( Poor Boy shell and 1 machine toss the shot- The 1 list/ of beauties en- fertilizer in a circular area 6 nmndi which they may h vBffalnut
can trunkat wild estate In the of
+ IF to 24 inches from the
;
an A-Line skirt Doris Ann's accessories are white pumps and like material twenty feet or tered however. Include such the rate of 118| Ib for each fice of the county judge, of

matching straw handbag. The basis for an entire wardrobe ; k more. Out in the middle of titles as Miss Mactlanny tree In February 114 lb. In the Bradford courtHoue County at Florida Stark In,

the outfit also has matching: belted hip slacks and a belted hip the lawn most gardeners are Miss Vicki Crockett, 17, and late May and '4 ]Ib In July Florida, within six" calendar
Miss Florida Cow Girl !month from the date of the
hugger skirt. .. happy to see the pellets fly For additional facts on first publication of till. notice
i 1J { A'i + far and wide, but as they Miss Pat Hendley, 19, of Oca- growing peaches chtck with Each! claim or demand must h.
ki la. In writing and muet state the
F near their property line there
the agent's office and
county place or residence and poet of
Miss Crockett for instance
,
18 tendency to blow, down to
I Is a former Miss Baker County muitt be to the
keep from slinging plant food sworn by
Circular
: ? : She attends Baker County ment Stations 299 claimant! hla agent or hl. attorney
: Into the neighbors yard. entitled "Peaches' and Nec- or It will become voMacrnrtllnir
So, keep a brisk pace when HIgh and Is a member of tailnes in Florida" written by to law
he Student Council Band February aril. 1967,
I. i you are approaching your Council, Is head majorette of Ralph, Sharpe Marion tinnningAdminl.trstrla
,' f .. neighbors property line or he of the
.
.. the Wildcat band belongs to
'
'' Kntate of
will think slowing
you are / .
; ; 'r the 4-H, Future Homemakers, Walter *. Schmidt
down because of old age, or Is a class officer, and took ,I TilE RIGHT POINT for the 'neceaaeaTNOM.tAH .
because selfish! I PIERCE::
; you are In the rinse play. I way you write. Come In and .
: I. part !I *t tornoy-at-la w
{ The fertilizer to
'" 1' ... 1 analysis of She la also Baker Hlgh'llhomecoming select, your favorite ESTERBROOK ; ''aflsNOf'th Temple Ae,
: apply Is always a problem. I TELE- 8tnrk, Florida
fountain
queen, was voted pen. I
FlrHt publication on Marc?.,
The kind often depends on the Most Talented In her I I I TELEGltlU'ILI a. 1967. ,
:' soil type. Sandy soils are I I 3-3 4t 3-33.
)." I lass, and has been voted the :
t t. 1 1r.1' hungry soils, and demand Class Beauty for three years. I I

more fertilizer than richer Her ambition If to become .

loamy earth. a. legal secretary or an ele- -- .,.y ,.,. "" ..;', '
For faster greening power teacher,
mentary
,
t..., use a plant food that Is high "A typical entry," Is Mana- ',
In Inorganic nitrogen For
ger Marvlii' Brown's description -
slow long-lasting plant food of Miss Crockett Brown

I use a fertilizer that contains tends up the beauty content

some nitrogen from an organic for the Civltan Club, the .
t .. h 4 souce The total "grow ponoorlng organization.

f, : .,fv power of a fertilizer li. listed Entries besides Miss Croc- a"/r ,

on the bag as the amounts of cett are Elaine Murray, 17,

-" } f l N-P-K So, read the label before Starke ; Joy Jones, 17, Jacksonville \,

,. .... you buy ; Cheryl Campbell 19 t .
tea, h ; ,r rI Today there f Is a fertilizer Mldilleburg.; Priscllla Shea- ..
,..... '-- '.
for almost every purpose. rouse, 10, Waldo; Pat Hencl-
'-.4
Some mixtures claim to Include ley, 19 Ocala; Joitnn Scott, DOES

.- dog, cat and Insect repellents 19, Starke; Betty Ann Register


i Mrs. Sandi Sanders wears a textured rayon-and- the kind that you can afford sen, 18, Kernandlnii Beach; THIS

cotton petite skimmer from Jonathan Logan. What gardeners can afford Is Arnita fUlybuiton. 18, StAugutitlne .
and Ava Hltnl 18, DESK
not 'always the common ,
The shift is fluid and comfortable ?
body and the high
II III IIY IIof practice because there Is a Gainesville.size .
line features a printed scarf. Sandi's handbag -
temptation to apply fancy
Is Midas of 11iami.Let' \ COST
by fertilizers If It is ai credit pur-
of the tree to plant.
chase as opposed to plain
>>
bulled trees 2" to 4 $250 :?
I N-P-K If It U a cash deal. June-
feet tall are nest Smallerones ::!
I
the labor by the number of Peach Trees have limited loot systems -

I It t. blistered palms needed to and may start loorly in

.H GoelllGardening clear the winter debris and Like Sandy Soil, light soils NO !

s the neighbors Marcn blown Good DrainageYou I Sharpe: says larger trees .
leaves from the yard. grow better In sandy soils

By removing the top cover probably take pride In and wi'l!) give your family,

t ing of trash youll get rid of three orange more fruit during the first
those two or
y. Insect-hiding and disease backyard. But few seasons: but are hard to $110When
trees In the
harboring places. A second have you ever thought of handle OUR PRICE IS ONLY

By Harvey Sharp. Editor! raking Is a good idea. It removes growing peaches too? Use only rootstocks resist
r rat
l \ Xx dog bones stones and nematodes
Florid Agricultural to root-knot
ant
.. II,; +1 u &eoaIoa 8e",1ce cast-off hardware that Oood air needed anti water for drainage peach either Okinawa or Nema- you select a desk in the Marnay.Signer*.

I makes deadly missiles when trees are to grow and producewell guard stocks. They're the Budget Series you cMWI. wUl Maws
J t
launched by a whirring mower only ones recommended for
low
so don't choose a ..
.a Lawns at this time of the blade. frosts central Florida, Sharpe says finish
spot where late spring 1. Baked enamel
4 year are like some ladles'hairdos Next feed the everhungrygrass. There are chemical weed '
them.
i they have a windblown Unless you are an expert can damage controls for peaches but 2. Chrome plated, square legs ,

j, I look. dont try broadcasting Peach buds which have tem-begun probably the best way to 3. Full suspension file drawers

But remember, it'is! safer to the plant food by hand. Most to swell low"will take 20 degrees -, keep down the weeds Is to 4. The newest functional styling.
grumble about crawly lawns likely you'll end up /with peratures as as pull them yourself It it's
i ta
.. ._ .a hair.Don't ," according ta Ralph and beauty you'd expect only
the wife's Casaron
-- ---- ---.--- than zebra-striped grass due to chemicals you want try '

.Mrs. Annette Ketcnle la set for the season in a Bobbie carry this simile too your sklp-and-mlss system of Sharpe the Florida a horticulturist Agricultural with Ex and Slmazlne. Both are much higher priced desks : M

far, or you'll have a tough application probably available at a garden And the satisfaction of real savings.
Brooks aquashable that never needs: ironing. The blot""' is a periment Stations. MARK"If
problem In the bouse rather Even if you are forced to or nursery supply store. office or.
cotton knit sleeve-less, pullover in a horizontal stripi. The than a turf problem aroundthe Join the economic of Open blossoms he said, are Before your newly bought you're opening a new

hopsack jeans are "BB" Brand. house. deficit financing. It craze U. best to Injured at 26 degr '!a. "After peach tree goes Into the giving the old one a fresh new appearance SIGNORE

Keeping a lawn well- rent a fertilizer distributor the petals fall, the young ground you ought t-i check come in. see,yourself. ,

(rrooirw* U. based on the from the man who will sell fruit will usually: die If It the soil and make sure the -

principle of labor and capital you the fertilizer on credit goes much below 28 degrees"Your the pH is between 8,0 and 6.&. Bradford County TELEGRAPH
first problem is '
Wont likely you'll measure The distributor which puts Your county agent's office



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TlIURSD\Y. MARCH 16. 1967
> !SD-::--: BRADFORD COUNTY TELF.Glt\I'Ii. MTAIIK4IRA 1t1DA ,
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Mrs. N. B. Rosier spent a Talent Show
the weekend with Mr. and f' ( I


'7UtPllGLADYS Mrs.sonville.joined C. H.Mr.them Dittmar Rosier on Sunday.and In Jack-family '-h"' -. -... <<. *I ii iit1 ',Set For Fair;


Jimmy Wiggins and Miss The annual Talent Contest

Carolyn Knox of Jacksonvillewere sponsored by the Fair Association rrG
MOOTY\ visiting Mr. and Mrs. at the Bradford Coun-

Phone 964-7603 One Wiggins on Sunday.Mr. ty Fair la scheduled for

and Mrs. Virgil Mor March 30 second day of the -

rison of Leesburg were weekend four-day festival. : J r55LrVM
Mrs. W. E.I Middleton and Local admittances: to Brad- :!' guests of Mr. and Mrs. There will be :three divisions ,'

Mas' Madge Middleton were for County Hospital this Henry Morrison. I : Adult, age 18 up; Sen- ;

WI:'kf'nd guests of Mrs. Merle week Include: Mrs. Vera Mrs. Robert Hallett of r ior, :junior 'high and high 1i'1 -" "- .

V and Mrs. W. Q. Dowl- Fndgett. Jimmy Green, Mar- Boydton, Va. is visiting her school age; Junior, elementary I\ ,,2' .... :
Ing :T> tndiatlantlc over the vin L. Lawson, Wayne Edwards son-In-law and daughter.Rev. ILA students Three prizes will be "
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson ; awarded in each of the three <<, '.
weckc id. and Mrs. Robert Burch 3 ,i ....
S' n :.in Stephen Prevatt of Mrs\ : Lynda Dlcandlo Charlie for two weeks. categories; first prize Is $25,I \ ..

Whi' Field, Milton, was HlUJard, Johnnie Barden, Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- second prize is $13, and third .I '" ..

home or the weekend. Henry Griffis, Mrs. Laura gins visited her mother, Mrs. prize is $10.A -..'
Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith Leach, Mrs. Pauline Harris Louise Jeffords in preliminary contest will iJJ.b
; High l )!
} '
be
held March 21
Tuesday at t..
Jr and famly of Paxton will Mrs Pearl Harrison and Mrs.
Springs
on Sunday. Bradford High School at 7p.m. 1' i .),.' d'ft.' : iF, r ,
spend the weekend with her Oracle Thornton all of Mrs. S. W. Beckett, who .ftA
Finals
mother. Mrs. Luclle Davis. Starke; Rex Wilkinson and underwent surgery recently Girl Scout Week Proclaimed \ the show ring are scheduled at the fair at

Also loaning the family on Ralph Mann of Muxvllle\ : In Orlando is convalescing at grounds.A IThin .
t:
Mr. and Mrs. Wilma Allen of Lake
will be
Bntur'ay: her home
on Klngslcy Lake. Mayor Carl Hurst signs aproclamation shoulder are Doris Ann Spongier record player and piano
Mrs.\ : H. O. Davis Jr. and family Butler; Mrs.: Bobble Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Dewayne declaring thin patrol leader of the will be furnished. Contestantsare : ...
Grlfls and A. C. Kirkland of ,-
of Gainesville. Rae: of Jacksonville vis- BMBUdUIBHk*&**4MIBBMW 1 J nMBBMlBMIMBBBBB>Me>l*-i* *eoni a ---
were week March 12-18 Girl Scout Senior Troop, and Stella Jane asked to furnish their own I
R"X Soy th of Southern Lawtey; and Mrs. Joyce Ter- iting their parents, Mr. and Week and Sunday, March 12, Costello, leader of the Cadet costumes, records, and other Bradford Chapter FFA livestock;: Judging team ((1-r) IH Juiucx I\lott,

Col! te Lakeland Is visiting rell of Melrose. Mrs. Robert McRae and Mr. as the 55th Anniversary of Troop. props. Cecil Stalnaker, Greg Alvarez, and Gene Melvln.
Bertha Pearce Mr. and Mrs. F." S. Judd
hl aunt. Mrs. and Mrs. George Hugglns : the founding of Girl Scout- Members of the three troops Deadline for entries is Tues-
this week Mrs. Pearce also and family of Perry were over the weekend. attended the American Heritage day, March 21.
Ing In the U.S.At Entry blanks
had as Tuesday visitors her Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Ella the Mayor's side are program presented by may be found in the Fair Bradford Chapter \Wins 2nd PlaceIn

sinters, Mrs. Lillian Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett. Moody;! and Mrs. Edith Chris- Clarice Evans, commended by the Gateway Girl Scout Coun- Premium Book. For further
of Lake City and Mr:*. T. J. Mrs. Myrna Varnedoe of tiansen were visiting Mrs. Mr. Hurst for selling 89 boxesof information contact Richard
Thomas of Valdosta. Ga. Palatka was a Monday visitorof Margaret Manning In Jacksonville cookies in the Junior Girl cil Sunday afternoon in the Jockel In Starke or Frank State FFA Livestock JudgingThe

1Tr\ and Mrs. L. D. Vining Mrs. Rhoda Dampier.Mrs. on Saturday and Mr. Scout Troop, and Sally Torode, St. Augustine amphitheater in Williams at the Civil Defense
have !had as visitors Mrs. Os- N. S. Dankel of st. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley in patrol leader of the Juniors. celebration of :the 55th Anniversary Office.

eat) Nelson and Mrs Betty Cloud spent the weekend Gainesville\ on Sunday. Looking over the mayor's Bradford Chapter took Brooker; James Mott, son of log rolling contest'
WMMan:! of Miami overnightlast with Mr. and Mrs. Meed Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Iioupt of FIRST BAPTIST CIIL'KCH second place In 'the State FFA Mr. and Mrs. J. R Mott of The teams also had contests -

Friday"' : Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis while enroutc to Pinellas Park spent the STARKE Livestock Judging Contest at Brooker; Greg Alvarez son In. land measurement,

C Vining of Stockton. Gaon BrunswIck Ga. weekend with friends in Torode. ) the University of Florida last of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Al- ocular estimation and log

Sun ay: and Mrs. P. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Frame" Mlt Starke and also attended the 'Lawtey: Louise Rosier. !>'t. Sunday Sunday School, Saturday, with a total score of varez of New River, and Gene sawing, but no BHS member

Ftyx, and Mrs. Jean: Rushln (chell of Bedford. Va. were basketball tournament in Hampton: Shirley Norman 9:49: a.m. Morning Worship,: just four points under winner Kelvin alternate son of11' placed.

pi niibiln Ga. from Friday to Kunrfay'! guests of Mr and Gainesville.Mrs. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman. 11 a.m., sermon, "Christ's Triumphant : Dade City.Finishing. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin of

'Vrri'1c'day. Morris Carter. Kffle Johns had as Brooker: Grace Blghanu Ride into Jerusalem."," with a total score Brooker. Little Women

Mrs Henry Stefanelll. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. T G. RltchMr. !guests Friday night Mrs. There sa: Grace Searle. Training Union 6:15.: Evening I of 1,856 points of a possible :Melvin, though his score as

Joe O'ssy' Mrs. Fran Meng: and Mrs. R. V. Turner Rosie Smith and son, Alan Starke residential area: Lil- Worship, 7:30": sermon"Christ's 2,400, the Bradford team was alternate did not count, had Schedule DanceThe

Mrs Peggy( Shaller Mrs. Vic- "-fl'. and Mrs. Jim Reddish of Aubumdale.Mrs. lie Bridges. Tears. second to Dade City's 1860. the highest Individual score

tor Qlnorra. Mrs. Ann Kirby Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Miles! and C. D Reese of Salem Colored sections of Bradford Monday R. A. meeting, The BHS team was partici- of any Bradford member. Righteous Souls band
and, Mrs.\ Richard Richards Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Va. Is visiting her son and County: Frances Jenkins. 6:3O: p.m. Bible Survey Class, pating in final eliminations of The team also placed second will provide music for the

attended: the Deanery meet- spent the weekend at Cedar family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A eit < In accepting chairmanship Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. the top 10 teams In the state. last month in livestock judging Little Women's Club dance

In'l r In Jacksonville on Wed- Key.Mrs. Reese this week. }t, y tW of the 1967 drive, Miss Stumpdid Tuesday Intermediate GA, Members of the team were in the Greater Gainesville tonight [Thursday] from" 8

r.day. Bob Young and children Mrs. James Martin of Tal- not minimize\ the cancer Sunbeam, Junior Choir Practice Cecil Stalnaker, son of Mr Area Steer Show and to 11:30: p. m. at the .club

Mrs\\ A A. Peck of Jack- : of Middleburg! were Sat- lahassee spent the weekend problem and the"hard, tedious 3:30: p.m. Junior GA, and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker. of Sale. house. Tickets are $l ad-

sinville Is Visiting Mr\ : and urday visitors of Mr. and': with her parents. Mr. and job ahead that .holds out pro- 4:30.: : In the state contest the vance and 1.25: at the door.

Mrs. W A. Stern this week. :Mrs. Curtis Sanders.Mr. Mrs. J. H. Dennis. mise of eventual, complete Wednesday Bible Survey I CORRECTIONThe teams judged eight classes of
TTrs. Richard Murray the and Mrs. Jack Hall Mrs. N. C. Rigdon and control." Class, 9:30: a.m. Family! beef cattle at 100 points per

r"rm..r Linda Kay Alvarez. and children and Mr. and grandson of Jacksonville, and She pointed out that If the Night Covered Dish Supper Telegrapn was Incor- class for conformation, bone THE BRADFORD
6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7 rect In its March 9 Issue;; In
and hibv son of Jacksonville '''rs. Ben Hall spent the Mrs. Norman Rigdon and present rates continue, "and if p. structure, muscling, general COUNTY TELEGRAPH
m. Church Choir Practice 8p.m. "Parents
the article headed
w'll;] spend next week with -eekend at the Hair campm children of Mandarin were Bradford County Is typical, appearance, breeding charac-
Take Action On TI'uancyProblem" teristics, and quality and con- Published every Thursday;
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. the Ochlawha River visiting Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. one out of four of us now
Tate Alvarez, on Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoupof Brown over the weekend. t 4a alive will develop cancer In under tin -ontriift with V. V. In stating that a dition. at 138 W. Call st..
a Thomae, 625 Butler Drive, beer party was held on the Starke. Fla. 32091
ronlMr Alburqueque, N. M. were Lt. and Mrs. Harry Loper w some form. Of 'those who develop Another Bradford Chapter
Starke,
Florida covering the stu-
Albert Newman farm by
F. F. Stump and Miss Sunday visitors of Mr and left recently for Ulm. Germany cancer, two out of three, financing of said motor vuhlcle judging team took fourth place Second clans
Lan' Stump were In Monti- Mrs L. D. Green and family where Lt. Loper is serving > Affic' at present rates, will die of Any surplus will be paid to dents during school hours. among 'the top 10 teams in postage paid.
t't and will at Fla.
you you remain liable The party actually took Starke
cello Wednesday night visit- Kathy and Melanie Green with the First Signal 7 the disease." for any balance remaining unpaid this area In a Forestry Field
lit Mr and Mrs. W. H. of Gainesville were visiting Battalion for the next three 9Ft However, the new chairman I under aald contract. place on a Saturday night, Day last 'Friday at the Austin CuhscripUoa Rates:
The thin to Mrs. Albel.tNewman.
Thomson Jr. on their 25th their grandparents, Mr. and years. added, "There Is a great potential Notice newspaper of Stale publlahlnR shall not be according. Cary Memorial Forest In trade area: $3.59 pee

vecJ-Mnff' anniversary Mrs! LPJC: Green, over the Mrs. L. C. Adams was in '' S ', # for saving lives now liable. In damages to any person A Lake party at Scout the Travis Wynn, ninth grader, ;year; $2.00 six montfts.
or named therein Sampson Boy
Mrs W. L. Jordan and son "weekend., St. Vincent's Hospital from through earlier cancer detec- arlalntr solely persons. from the publication won third place in volume >
aid! Mrs. Ollle Smith-of Mint Jesse Newsome and Mr. Sunday to Wednesday for observation -I r tion and even prevention, if of Raid notice Camp did take place during estimation of saw timber and E. tb Matthews, editor and

*! were Tuesday: : overnight !and Mrs. John Mack New- and treatment: .Ifi 4i I%! present research is continued The nf+ Jarkaonvllle Atlantic National Bank school hours however.A pulpwood. Greg .Alvarez and publisher

p.1oh of Mr. and Mrs Don- some attended a family reunion Mr. and Mrs. R. T Gibson: through funds raised locallyin Bye. E. MnCullah Classified Ad In the TELE Raymond Thomas, two jun- Qutalde trade area: $4.80

nM Martin In Folkston, Qa. on of Largo visited Mrs. J. R. the" annual Cancer Cru 121 Jacksonville Hogan ,street Florida. GRAPH bring results. iors, won second place In the per year; IS.9S six month

JTIss', Gwendolyn ,Lewis, Sunday. Beeler. Jr. and baby son. sade. It 3-18

f'iu"htPr' of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and son' and Mrs. Grace Ritch, on ,
!'H: Lewis of Tallahassee. Wavne of Jacksonville were Sunday.Mr. 7 riT NOI'HH! OP.
fwrner Starke residents visiting Mrs J. H. Fields LOCAL I.K:ltl\TIO1V
on and !Mrs.\ John Greene<<
nV'e'! the Dean's list at FSU. Sunday." were visiting her parents, Mr. To Notice Whom I I.it horuby May. Concern given. :of ; 'i : '

Mrs. Vergie Flynn visited And Mrs. H. L. Chancey inl I Intention to .apply to. the IjtKliMture *- 'Saki'
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Waters MISS AMERICA I JOINS of the Hlate of Klfirlda..
ST
EDW A'fJ) CHURCH Monticello over the weekend. Its .
at regular aeftHlon, 1967 for OUTFITS
FIGHT Ju. Anna of
Jiyro
Stnrke in Tallahassee last Tuesday Cadet: Tom Edwards of I the pamtHffe. of a local or cpnrlal
to Friday and also spent the Lsvcrne, Oklahoma, puts down bill the" nliKtunce of which
RJrhedtdn" Tennessee Military Iotltute, liHll b.. na follow: d
of I her to plok
Lenten Service beauty scepter up 1ll
: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sweetwater. Tenn. Is home To authorise and empowerthe

Trl"'RY Rrmaav' ( Magi Mass__-__BIllS 0 p.m.a.m. :, Je!!s W. Durden In JJckson- this week for the spring holidays of the the Sword AMERICAN of Hope -CANCER symbol loner Board of Bradford of County County OoinmlH-to a I ':;'" YOUR CHOICE OF 2-, 7OR 10-PIECE GROUP

,
aoniract with ,
any "r.on firm
Hie.Mrs.
Saturday Penitential Obiter"Anl'e Myrtle Anderson':! suffered SOCIETY to urge everyone or corporation I ,
Mr. H. O. attended
Bellinger to support tho 1997 Crusade private I )! fur the ;maintenance:; AT ONE LOW PRICE!
a broken foot In fall
a the Board of Director's of tho 60cl.ty.Lillian and operation within nald coun-
,eiiten Devotion. ) 7 p.m. last Sunday. Child Evangelism meeting in ty of an ambulance. terries; to
Confessions. ...____. 5 authorise nald Board to aub- .
p.m.cmi Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Orlando' on Saturday. He was aiding the nmlntennjira and
i op
?________ 7:30 p.m. Emanuel and Mrs. Donald accompanied by his father Stump erutlnn of mich ambulance service 7 PC. SOFABED GROUP
IJiIycJny Mass, ______ 6 p.m. from, Co-unty i'umlo PumlM.
Stewart returned Wednesday Dr. F. E. Bellinger who visited In the amount tu be determinedby
after attending the bur- his son-in-law and Will Head the Board : and to provide I
that the payment of auch BUbaidy -
St WILLIAMS CHURCH til service of Mr. Stewart 1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mil- may b.. made retroactiveto ,,I .+ Expand fmboistd fastfe v

Keystone heightsanndny Elmira N. Y. ton Hartaell, in Daytona Cancer Drive; of October the proponed 1, IDtttf.act The 1*purpomi to Insure x''+, r'"-f sILll y Biscuit Tufted' foam Back

Mst.. _____ 11:45 a.m.'rlln..IIY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson Beach. the availability of ambulance r I '"' Revtrsibl Foam Cuibion in Gulf
'\ Miw\ .. .__ 7 p.m. will return this weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. M\ Edwards The 1067 educational and of Bradford.Horvlue to the people I r Includes
'onf3..lon.. : Before Ie\-otlon 'rom Triangle, Va. where Mr. Sr. are in Fort Scott, fund-raising Crusade of the IIUA IU) O County.*"' Group. !

Iolyd( Mass ....-__, 7 a.m. Lawson was taking a six Kan. from Tuesday to Sat- American Cancer Society will COUNTY liKA DKUKIJ COMMISSIONKRS COUNT:, -CY fti f. "' .k 2 ROOMY TABLE LAMPS SOFABED
be led In Bradford County by
urday on busness.
reeks mechanics course. Jo'I..oJUDA '' .- ..rs"w MATCHING CLUB CHAIR
ST. MARY'S CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. O. C Ed- Miss Catherine Froh a Miss Lillian Stump, w.tu: a HY: U. J-. Shuford PIECE TABLE CROUP
Macclenny of Haiti goal of 2100. il" Chairman d
wards and Mrs. Ei; Rich of Missionary is spend- JtWOTICH
ing this week with Dr. and The following committee OS Cel M
Jacksonville were last Friday
SU1ldny.I\Iuoe __ 7:30 _
a.m. chairmen named the B OWf|
Mrs. H. G. Bolllnger. were by ,
sinner guests of Mr and Mrs. .
Oonfoisloim: before Mans ] OP H.4LU! \
chairman to head the i'"d' ie'y"V' OTURa.
new up
Curtis Edwards. TO WHOM 11' MAY CONCERNYou :
.! various phases of the drive are hereby notified that X JritawilhoulIrade-ta f GOLD
'Softball Fields which has already started In the following motor vehicle:
llttti Faluon; a dr. HIT i
t the business district and v.'ill I ID Mo. VA17F195i7 "
I be concentrated in the residential will be old at public Bale at SAVE uP To X30 A; .
lone o'clock p.m. on the 33rd
To Be BuiltTwo areas of the cuunty day of March, 19B7, at J. E. .
in April: hardy Auto .011..1.. .., 1120 N.
Temple Avenue, Utarke: Florida. Oote&
(
Professional men.: George buT nroceedH of the Bale' will ,
it Jil Pierce. applied Bret to the payment
Softball fields will be
u* lag ,....t. or ranking, storing:
Motels and Gas Ht at Ions
r'F' constructed on tho School : and sale of Bald. motor vehicle
Board's property at the old George Roberts. and, the coat of publication of 'OrA'I" nkr M ', J Q
t notice of ealo and then to the
Conway Airport In a Joint County Officials: John A. BalHfactlu-n of the balance due y
operation between the Board

and Starke Recreation De
partment. ";ii+ess++eM' ?r.'IleSelt'XIWs' +/ --' w rr

Work will begin on one field "I Can Save 'I

1x11' YI ;; 1 Immediately, according to Rec-
.;;,, reation Director Gene
111 1.11i Ray-
burn In of You Money On ;10 DOWN .-
hopes having It
LIVING '
$2,25 --- Z.. 2Pc.:: ROOM SUITE
ready to use shortly after the :
r rAu.
Softball season gets under way .5 AWEEK ,, ,, Embossed Expanded Vinyl Cover a Cele.r

April 11. Rayburn Bald the Your Next New .._.,1 ow $4". SETTEE OJ SOFA.ED Sui" Includ... $1 39 i 9S nita.OK. .
field will be used most of.. Y awl-in ZIPPERED FOAM CUSHIONS ON SETTEE ROOMY SETTEE' ef SOFASE9 fi, TAN

the season, but would probablynot i r a r w w. aru.lt.r SEWN FOAM ON BACK AND ARMS '. MATCHINO ARM CHAIR co rw i"J. ..f__ .. OUVfBROW '
be ready for the first Car. Ii ( \) )
COURTESY PASS few weeks of pIny. I

SUBJECT TO I tOe SERvICE CHARGE CHILDREN : School Superintendent Tom :i wI p o t .w .,,fey Each One of These llvlngroonf
25 SERVICE CHARGE ADULTS met with the 1 '
)uU ( Casey city Recreation """ "
t CG "a Groups Represents the Outstanding
17TH ANNUAL Board at Its regular Make 4 ,,

meeting Tuesday where arrangements "Is';,, r. ,) Yafof' of That ManufacturedJJattcock'n
.BRADFORD COUNTY FAIRNATIONAL were worked out. ; .,. ; .. a alw4o.. ,
((4 ) The School Board will not Me t' a "" kN >r
Issue a lease and the fields '
I' l) Ns qs"_ Y Oqt 1 1
will be school but Shop
STRAWBERRY property, fit! ,5oc
Prove
the city recreation program '

OHIIi' FESTIVAL ; will be allowed to use themas ;!

FAIR GROUNDS -STARKE MARCH 29 THRU It now does the gym and It 111 :

APRIL 1P 1967 athletic field. I .. First

HOURS WEDe THURSe FRI. SAT. 12-11 4\ L4 and Save!

.: u+ s 10-PIECE SOFA UBED'GROUPCroue c.a/rr
t aely
SEE: Includ.; Y c."s
Sefabed J End ToW.In 0 CK.NI! Table $1/Q95[ I ,.R.. !

JIM LAWSON\ i 3 Pillows 2 Beautiful lame I tir EASY BUDGrf
/ 701. Matching! larferm CeckteM Cheilr'
DS i Roc her i....wai.e..rF. TERMS ARRANGED
fc fc JMI'iS'
:
Ceir.liK.Tii.il Exhibit?!. AttflcullurI UWblll tn.ou.iidway ; AT BALDWIN CHEVROLET '
1lrr wl'll b J 'F- ( n Show, Br wy Pa in 'Cr666! 301 NORTH[ PHONE 961-7500 t0"tCe.dt i mr S r r ri,'wt aye .
Anttu *nd iniiiy >p c> 't t1ti cll n>. I 0

HOME: PHONE 964. 510,1:

J.12$ S. WALNUT ST.. PHONE 961-5289 HERMAN WILLIS OwnerPAng





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MARCH IB.IOBT ........ORD COUNTY TEL OILtPIL 8TAHKE.: FLCMMVA PARE ..EVENI -'
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Beta Sigma Phi Mr. And Mrs.. Allen'

Holds Model Meet Attend ,Ford "t : ..;. i f '" I
I : -i: ,. : J
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For Rushees Mr and Mrs. B. Franklin : r---4J-H 'i3ifJiT '}... ,''tI: .

Allen Jr. were guests of the
Gamma Theta chapter of
I Ford Motor Co. Saturday\
Beta Sigma Phi sorority held -w
GLADYS MOOTY I Its model meeting for rush- night at a banquet and party, t IJ 1
of the
Phone 964 1-7608 In the Regency Room
I ees at the home of Mrs f
Mayflower Hotel in Jacksonville 0t
Charles W. Blade on Monday the I s
given for winners In
night with Mrs. Harold ..Williams t
Bridal Shower
InternationalTea I State parts and service contest i
co-hostess.

Is Given For Mrs. Odom, Mrs. Meed Lewis, president, .. Allen was presented a I IMl' L iw

Recent Bride conducted the business meet- gift and Mr. Allen won an I '
By Woman's ClubAn Ins when reports were givenby electrical appliance door I

Mrs! J. D. Odom in. a recent all standing 'committees) ; prize. Professor Backwards,; /
International Tea was bride, was honored at a''.ontheir projects: for the year. veil known television ,person-
held at the Starke Woman's miscellaneous shower last' The chapter voted on I the ,.allty on Ed Sullivan's show I
Club meeting on Wednesday Thursday evening at the International Endowment r was one of the featured en- I
(afternoon of last weeK, under Starke Woman's Club given'Fund' which will contribute tertal ne1'8. '

the direction of Miss by Mrs. W E. Dowllnc: Jr.,!, tlO.OOO to either a school for f'JW.JoAnn Arthur! Brock, waa also a ,
Della Rosenberg Interna- Mrs. J. L. Bradley. Mis. William pie-delinquent boy or a ----:-"" --::'.- state winner but he mid Mrs.

tional chairman. Kronenberger, Mrs school: for retarded blind ParrishTo I Brock) were unable to attend.
The club house was decor- Lenwood Bobo, Mrs Betty children. The. local chapter: Mr Allen and: Mr. Brock

ated with flags of many Crawford and Mrs. Tyler also ,conrtlbutes to other en- Wed are ports and service managers -
countries for the meeting.; Jones. dowment fund projects: at Terwlllenar' Motor. Y
The tea table in the sunroom 1 Mrs Jones greeted guests Cancer Research. Beta Sigma Mr.: Bennett v t,

was overlaid with a outwork at the door and ,presented Phi Home. ,Girls .Town. USA.scholarships Presbyterian Youth j'
banquet cloth centered with Mr and Mis. Joel Parrish .
them to the receiving line In Canada Cystic jl'l 'ate
an arrangement mums composed of Mrs. Stanley Fibrosis research, Refugee announce the engagement of Sunday Hosts To

and gladioli topped by a pa- Noegel mother of the hon-: Tibetan Children India text- their daughter. JoAnn. to :t.r 'l
per" replica of the world. of Joseph A, Bennett Jr., son of Lake City PYF ,
oree, Mrs. Odom III. :Mrs: book package. for a total I J ,
Mrs. Mary Lawton U Or- W" .
Burning red tapers in silver '
Odom Jr. and Mrs. Dow ling. 137.000 a..year annually
Senior of the Luke
candelabra flanked the cen- The receiving line stood in Mrs. ,Arthur Patray social lando and Joseph A. Bennett youth '
City Church VOTE ROWAND IN 16
Presbyterian were
Sri| of Washington D. C. VOTE THOMAS IN 17
terpiece. At either end of thet.ble the lounge where the mantelof chairman. announced plans entertained. at a spaghetti -

were sliver tea services the fireplace was banked for the annual preferentialtea A March wedding Is plan supper here Sunday night by, .
and 'silver trays held dainty with azaleas. to honor rushees to be ned.. the Starke senior PYF.

cakes. American coffee was A tiellls entwined with! held Sunday. March 19.at The bride-elect Is a graduate Thirty-six youths were present SUPPORT YOUR GOVERNOR IN TALLAHASSEE

served by Mrs. A. J. Barry magnolia leaves and yellow the home of the sponsor Mrs. of Union County High: for the supper, a meeting,
and International coffee was Jasmine was placed at the: Eve Baldwin.' Spec.la&1estl: School and has resided in a film and a songfest and
poured by Mrs. Buford Mit- entrance of the sunroom' will toespast sponsors and di- Jacksonville since her grad refreshments. Donald SaLazar

chell. In the auditorium were where refreshments were ser rectors. -' uation. ,Mr. Bennett Is a president, of the local PYF. Republican -- MARCH 28th -- Republican
.
smaller tables where Mrs. 'T.' ved. The tea table was covered '- Final details were given; by graduate. of Seabreeze High presided.:

O. Rltch served Mocha Java, with a white linen the ways and means com- School: Daytona Beach Serving for the group were
and Mrsl; P. O. Felos and work cloth and centered cut-I mittee chairman, Mrs. Dot Mrs. Alec Yawq, Mrs. Ru (Pd. Pol. Adv.)

Mrs. Lucian Conner served a vertical Falling for a Tupperware Little Women dolph Sink Mrs. Bob Burch,

Greek coffee Soft music was purple iris and white Shasta, party to be held March 27 at Mrs. Malcolm Sanders, and
played during the social! daisies. Flanking the centerpiece the recreation center. See DemonstrationOf Mrs. Robert Paterson.

hour, and India incense was; : were two silver candelabra After the business meetinga Hair
burned. The hostesses wore holding burning white I cosmetic demonstrationwas 'Styling Coffee Given

costumes typical of various! tapers. Mrs. Crawford pre- presented bY Mrs. H., A. The Attractive Look" was i STARKE .

countries. II sided at the silver punch bowl Bishop Jr. and Mrs. Bill thee program topic presented I For Mrs. Hallett PLAZA Smart f fashion '
Officers of the club were
and:' Mrs. Kronenber, Mrs Epps. to the Little Women's, Club e 0 comesj!
presented with corsages fashioned I gi
Bradley and Mrs. Bobo assisted _

ribbon,,of miniature red white flags, and blue and the In guests serving and caringfor Miss Soto HonoredAt by night..Keith their Reddish meeting. hair Monday stjlistat Boyd Mrs.ton Robert, Va., who, Hallett Is vlsltlnbel' of, moderately priced at Carps'!

stamps of foreign countries. The gift tables were cover- Bridal Shower son-In-law and daughter
Mr. Reddish brought out Rer. and Mrs. Robert Burch,
Mrs. GUY Sale, president,
ed with white linen cloths
presided over the business and decorated with pink ca- Wednesday NightMiss the effectiveness of hair MYles I was honored at a "coffee"
meeting and Mis. Luther and skin care to the indi- Monday morning given by
melllas, placed at Intervals
Bunky Soto. bride- vidual Mrs. David Montgomery and
!Powell gave the devotional.Mrs. person.
Before the arrival of the
E. L. Matthews read the : guests, the honoree, Mrs. elect of April 15. was pleasantly Jayne Hardy, president, Mrs. Ouy Andrews at the
surprised at a bridal home of the 'latter W
I on
.
club collect. conducted the business meet-
Noegel and Mrs. Odom Jr.
shower given Wednesday
,
The board recommendedthat were presented with and Mrs.I J. E. Hardy gave Madison street.Arrangements ,
pink night March 8., by Mrs. Patty
of gladioliin
the devotional. Final
a committee be appointed I camellia corsages. Mrs. Odom plans
Kay Terrell Miss Alice mixed shades! were used in
to secure bids for the in was also presented witha were made for the dance
Knight. Mrs. Celeste: Rowe. the living room for the occasion
painting of the interior of silver Thursday night at the club
pie and cake '
server and Mrs. Bill at the ,
Soto
and an attractive arrangement -
the club. from her hostesses ''and, tentative plans were discussed '
as a me- home of the former 01'Olorla ,
The nominating committee for a party In April. of azaleas was ?
mento
of the occasion. Street. used 1' New. new new
presented the following slate Assisting In serving The hayride scheduled for as the centerpiece"on' "
Of officers for the coming Melanie Bradley, were The gift table In the living ,March 23 was cancelled. the coffee table.
Margie
year: president Mrs Guy Dowllng and' Beverly craw- room was centered ,with a Refreshments were 'serv- Calling between the hoursof & Summer Dresser
Bale; first vlce-prealdent. ford. flower cart with blossomsand ed In the sunroom by Sandra 10 to Jl:30: were 25

Miss Della Rosenberg; second Eighty-five topped by a miniature Huggins and Melody Cuttino. friends,
guests were invited r fr
tlce-president. Mrs. J. E. to call between the umbrella. The refreshment .,t -. ..,:r.4'+
Hardy; third vicepresident.Mrs. hours seven and 8:30.Is : table was centered with two Stork Shower Nursing Council
A wonderful collection of dresses that will be
-- I
Maurice Wingate; hearts with the) names. :Sun- .

fourth vice-president, Mrs. J. to be built in Miami. It ky and Jimmy engraved on For Mrs. Rosier Has Luncheon I roe all through summer. Cupionf, 99"fashionperfect
them and encircled with permanent II
D. Warren; recording secretary -
will be I 1 Linen Cotton. Dacron and
an Inter-AmerlcaTn
Crepe, ,
flowers-
with
'sprayed
Mrs. P. T. Nolin; corresponding Mrs. L. W. Rosier WAS hon- The Nursing Council held
secretary, Mrs. cultural center and will represent white and silver glitter ored at a stork shower recently -. its monthly luncheon meetingat Blends. Many two-piece styles Sizes
some 54 million dol- I
Lucian Conner: treasurer, Three games were' playedby given by Mrs. Donald the. Garden.Restaurant on / '
lars. Miss for figure from petites to half
Rosenberg a
wore 'S Q\
every
:Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar dress of material the 15 guests during the, Martin at her home on\ Road Monday with Mrs. Claire '
she obtained
Miss Rosenberg spoke to party hours, 7:30: to 9:30: 18 east. Knight prenidlngr.Mm. sizes.
.
in Guat-malaNEW
r the club on "Interamtk' that o'clock. An attractive pink: color Ed Tanloy reported on

The hostesses presentedthe motif was achieved<: In the completed plan for.the coun P
IDEAS FORINSURANCR A NEW EKA cil's
honoree booth at the Bradford a
with an electric party decorations using arrangements -
? steam iron as a memento of of camellla.1 car- County Fair. Assisting Mrs.

.1 the occasion. nations and hibiscus. The refreshment Tanley with the exhibit are P Girls' Easter
I i
I CHECK ., It ,..I :Vi table was covered Mr Ariln McKnlght Mrs '
P. O. Felos, and
Mrs. Claire
.. { J Jr Elaine ColsonIs with a pink cloth and held
i': } : '!:, ) ; a Knight( ;
'$.p pink carnation centerpiece, j Dresses'99w '
: : ) ComplimentedAt Several games with prizes Hospital Auxiliary ', ; 99"
NATIONWIDE i '
I Shower were played by the 13 guests f Soft shapely styles 5';TO.5 5ri'

;. between ,the hours eight and The Bradford County Hospital k" w for your little princess
., Miss Elaine C01 on. whose ten o'clock. ; Auxiliary will meet I In shifts. A-lines, drop 1'r: .
FOR NEW IDEAS! t r
f marriage to Robert Smith Mis. Martin was as.sl.ited | Monday night, at, 7:30: .in the waists pleated and
full shirts. Sizes 3 to
will be an event! of April 8, by Mrs. Richard Episcopal Parish house. I ,
Solze. I 1 6%. 7 to 14.Men's r
-AUTO INSURANCEFIRE was honored at., bridal I II "I
---I
INSURANCE A shower last Friday night given II 11ri,
by 17 member* of the -I 1
INSURANCEl1OMhuWNt.fcs I 1.!
-LIFE First Christian/ Church In the
-
,
-EDUCATIONMORTGAGE church Fellowship Hall. iuiii1jDINNERS Style Short Sleeve.,, yi ,'

-ACCIDENT ANDRETIR Yellow Chrysanthemum and
iiv I attractive l" Men's' Dress Shirts
SICKNESS I pompoms Luxury ,(
Nationwide has new ideas in protection to fill arrangements were used as yiv Fabric r j ,
centerpieces on the refresh ,vt,$ T Permanent r .,( -
any insurance need at a cost you can afford. ment table and gift table.! / Press for all \i I

1 Check the plan that interests! you and contact: Flanking the arrangement on I SPORT
I 1Served day crlspnass 229
I .
the refreshment table were r
BILL POWELL blue or white, '
.
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l. .
silver candelabra with' burnIng -: Daily a ell'
404 W. Madison 'Phone white'tap.rs 'Th punchbowl ) 'I 'l SHIRTS line tailoring. ,:r; :; ::? /
St. ( 961-646 '
at a separate; table.wu I Including Sunday "- ::
Starke FloridaATIOHWIDE .
,
encircled with white candles; /


the The honoree hostesses...rtUi i aru,presented else trie' :' 1'r' 11 AM '2 PM. I 1 f e 4A tf r :

I miler as a memento of the $ 299 cmn44kna4.
I .
I occasion. '1 1'f:: 5To8PMCompleteMealAll I ,
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I u Wa% I Approximately 100 guests,; : .

I were Invited to attend between -,I MEN'S KORATRON ''I' .
the hours eight 'and You Can Eat ..
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, I : I Conar-.nct '
Natlonwidt t Mutual 'Inigranc" Company.Nationwide Mutual fir. Iniulanc', Company 9:30: o'clock. ,g ;j Regular .
I
NatioMilita. lift, Iniuranc Companyhorn.. OIfc., .CoKimbuv: Ohw I Ivy Button-dllwl1l'I! DRESS SLACKS }p 6..99

!{High School PTA $ I k I Ini- woven. ; Irrldescents patterns' f Never need Ironing! Look ;


To Meet TuesdayThe 1.25 .a' .Ut great all day, 50% Fortrell. .J

NEGLECTED School Board "has been 50%} cotton. .", .1fTBoys' / "'" ':

invited to attend the thigh I /'
school PTA meeting Tuesday Children Under 12 $1.00 Sport & & --

March 21. at 7:30 p. ni. for a ... .. ; I II l'

SHRUBSCAN: question and answer slon. I INCLUDES I irry r Dress Shirts'F :

I The meeting -will be held 1 .... / .
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In the' high school cafeteria. 3 6 VEGETABLES I
BEA"4GJROUS MEATS -
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Any parent. regardless! of : I + 99
what school he represents Is I 2 99.
Hot.Homemade Biscuits ; 70
Invited to ,attend.Vocational :
1i W t f $ : I 1 ;

P I'erhap. nut to thineatrnt Classes i Tea or Coffee Permanent Press FabLADIES' .L.:: '
a tics In ivy styles, plaid, ,
.. ROWluO'r"lollds
$ but. replacement can Meet For Dinner j I < fancies' sizes & dy .
be ._ny. Now I I.* the j RR
very I } day''*' Special Included' 8 to 18. O 1 ,
time for oil emulsion. Mpray.Protect Jl SHOES
d your hrubberjr. The BUS Vocational Office FRESH OCEAN FRIED SIIKLMJ' EASTER GIRLS'BOYS'
q\II1I\ Education 'I classes had''a'-dinner -' & BOYS' ;
a from Umacta. Be tint In M I DRESS SLACKS v

I J your" communityto.all9&t I < at Holiday meeting-inn Tuesday'With 19 night' t 37-13 for your oil emulsion Ivy styles In permanent 299 699.
.pra). from the classes and! theta' a hopsack. Solid.399 TO. Complete selection
press
teacher. Mrs. D. E. 'Orant-: IACK'SR'"S'TAURANT 'M of loafers
ham. attending.Jim : I colors, sues 8 'to" !&., "Heels flats., sports sandals. .' oxfords straps, '299In
fii FLORIDA PEST 'Temple, principal of, I white, bens patents. black sh -on.. Others
} and.at! the newest colors. 3.99 ,* 4.99
the Junior High School spoke '-- -
& CHEMICAL to the group.on "Wbat is''i .

i CONTROL COMPANY :your Problem D. E. Grant-. or I Open All Day Every Day Friday And Saturday Till 7 P.M.I .
ham of Gainesville also attended. U. S. 301 -= 1 MILE SOUTH OF STARKE I rTiiURSDAY
539 E. Call Street Phone 9G4-5715 i -

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I Sportsmen Given Exclusive Rights At Keystone Airport ,



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Tn a S-2 vote Tuesday fluted Tuesday night for use by I Agency In Miami gram such QII that being In September 1969 and hnJ-

the Keystone Heights : I the Keystone Heights Fire Department Earlier In the meeting a I carried on by the Sports been given to the city. attorney 1

Council rejected a FAA safety official from Jack man's Club. Berwick Anderson, of 1 {
put grazing rights on Although the Sportsman sonvllle put in a word of Daryl Davis. a club member Green Cove Springs, for final oa y yp j
2.10O acres of Keystone Club already had a five-year caution about "making the questioned Hedstrom's I revision 1, t t r rv jI I
port property up for contract with( three years airport Into a hunting area" role at the meeting, and was "Apparently we never received YI
The action leaves the yet to run) for hunting rightson 1) M. Hed.itrom, flight operntlons told that he was there In his it back," she added. ,
man's Club as the sole part of this area the motion inspector with the official capacity -.- "jespon\ Sportsman's Club presidentDon
and in possession of deslg'I to give them, expanded General Aviation District of sibtllty for safety" He Raid Morgan said he believed

rights on all Airport privileges made by Councilman flee or FAA In Jacksonville U was impossible "to fence I that Anderson In the Interestof

(xrept the area under Walt Thomas, stipulatedthat said that "birds and animals off deer' from a runway and saving time, :had submitted '"
and leased to Homer the new agreement be don't mix with runways." Ire that the Miami office of FFA the revised lease directly to

field for operation of for a one year trial period questioned the advisability of would have to approve any FAA 1 in Miami for apptoval
port the Boy Scout .. with a 30-day cancellation attracting birds! and! deer Intentionally agreement with the Sportsman Councilman Donohoe who I
area Alachua County clause, and subject to approval to the airport area 'a Club.Hedstrom, voted for the one-year trial s "1 1 w d

area, and a small tract by the federal Aviation with a wildlife planting proIT'S added that' wlndxhlelda period for the Sportsman'sClub '

I in light aircraft ate remarked later in theI r V
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not "bird-proofed," and quoted l I meeting: "1 don't think that
an instance In West Florida any airport should have shoot- v 4 wl F (

where a plane picked up a Ing around It. Especially with

deer in Its landing gear on high powered guns. There have I
ILLEGALFor
tuke-off, and sucked it into been :too many infractions of 1 j

the wheel-well. rules at the airport not I yJd
"I am merely advising: you necessarily by club members, 1 I 1 Y r .k
from, a safety standpoint." but by some outsiders. He 1 } f
he said "The liability will be said that a plot "plowed up J

Any Person or Persons to Engage in on occurs.your" bark If an accident I planting around the had not taxi been strip'fenced.for r t : rCt 9r

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At outset of the discussion According to regulations, rrr e.rM e

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Councilman Huntley Redfeain the Spoilsman' Club is required pmts l lertrro a '1 .,it
chairman of the Airport Committee to fence any area thatIs so t +>

announced his position planted. 801st P OGUEO
in favor of putting the )| The council went on record 'I kg" 1' ; 11UPCro0001$
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I The Name Is Registered a.a
airport grazing rights (the as recommending that I .... .. .. -
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same' on had been covered bya Homer Satterfleld lessee ot I '" .
former lease with S, E. the hangar and airport flight I ,

Kennedy) up for bids facilities, should be deputized

Read This Florida Law He said the Spoilsman's by both Clay and Bradford I .. '" .,'I
Club terelvex reimbursement Counties to help polite the

under a Federal program of area under his lease Fairs. are nothing new to Bradford

"H shall be unlawful for any person or persona,, as defined l !hcrvfja to $12 per acre for land which Fox. said he voted for the (County but earn. year they nom> to
they plant with feed for wild- final motion, in spite of his a D
enrage In business aa herein defined under a fictitious nan aa herein defined ife. Last year the club planted wish to lease the grazing get ."bigger and better." Proving that ((9U4Ti i

without and unless said fictitious nan> Khali be rertoUred with the 23: acres under this program rights, because he did not Bradford haw a long and colorful history

; and the members now think It fair to let the Sports- In the operation of faire are II
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of busliuMMla.
wish to plant 100 acres, Red- man's Club go ahead and these two relic" of the past> Top
will registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affldartt (earn said. plant an area and then be photo shown" an agricultural ,exhibit, r ri3., '''r rf t.

signed by all Interested persons!", stating under oath the names of "I can't see tying up the forced to fence if a grazing which may haven' at a local fair fl li

all Interested In the business entire 2,100 acres just to lease were given. later. could ]have been y'y'y ?r w ly '
those enterprise the extent of the interest or the county's exhibit "! a n /
plant 100 acres, he said. Earlier In the meeting the M1
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business .la carried "We need the money that council approved a request by at a llta.t. fair of .some 60 year >+ r ,, ;, ,r>

en. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring we'd get from leasing the the Keystone Volunteer Fire ago. The name plate and trademark R 7 i
Department for the of design at right WITH. probably used In 3
grazing rights. use r. ,
to engage In business! under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or x -
Redfearn added that with approximately 260 feet of lakefront a fair premium book around World, ; -
their Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four cattlemen excluded, "I don't at the Airport betweenthe War I day.*. -

(4)) consecutive Weeks In !some! newspaper as defined by law In the county believe we will have the necessary ravine and the Boy Scout Thl year's fair will be kicked off ''f', a; ';4fa / /

where said registration is to be made and mid registration shall not be supervision of the property area. Councilman Fox said: with the Rotary Club's annual Rural- --
I don't believe that fences the request was made because
accepted by the clerk: of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ..f.ueh will be kept up or that the department needed a placeto Urban fish fry on Wednesday. March

publication. burning will be done prop. pump water through Its 29.Local.
erly as it 'was when under trucks for testing purposes!! _
control of the cattlemen." He said o. suitable location

He then made a motion to for this purpose could not be FIRST METHODIST CHURCH e
If you are engaged! in business under any name put the former grazing rights, had on Lake Geneva or GirlMissing STARKB ,.

as stipulated in the Kennedy nearer lakes. other Sunday Church School NO
lease out for competitive bids, Council granted the 9:45: .am. Morning Worship, RAFFLE NOTICES
other than your own and have not bad this name reserving 100 acres for use by "so long as there is actual 11 am. Snack Supper foi"i
the Sportsmen for their planting need and until such time as MYF, 6 p.m. MYF meetings, PLEASE! 1.

project.The the property is needed by the 6:30.: Evening Worship, :
properly advertised and registered will be motion lost with negative city for other purposes." The !Monday Holy Week 7:30'1
we In of notices that
spite repeated
votes by Chairman Roy fire department will be allowed ices, 12 noon Monday we cannot *
Walking, Thomas and Charles to fence the area. Cynthia Ann Shercua 12- Friday. I I publish such material The Telegraph 1

glad] d to give all Information to Donohoe. Everett Fox voted As chairman of the 'street year-old 0th grade student at Wednesday Primary Junior continues to receive requests for advertisIng
you necessary as yes with Redfearn. committee, Fox reported that BUS has been reported miss and Youth Choir pi ctice the sale of chances on various obi:?cts

An interesting side issue "we need another employeeto ing hy her great-grandfather, 315.; Prayer Meeting 7 pm. : by clubs, organizations, and Individuals. r
arose when Redfearn said take the place of James Jim Silcox of N. St. Clair St., Thursday Den 4 Cub
what should do.BRADFORD
you there had been a lot of talk Bowman, who quit last week" with, whom she made :her Scouts meet In FellowshipHall I In the eyes!' of the Post Office department

about a lease with the Sports- and also reported on the need home. 3:15.: Chancel Choir re such sale of tickets constitutes a lotteryand

mans. Club but "I've never for a dump truck to haul The girl has not been seen hearsal 7,30.NORTHSIDE: I as such, cannot be sent through the U.
e been able to find the lell e," clay, since 8 p m. Saturday when
S. mall Calling: the sale a "donation" does
It turned out that no one Councilman Donohoe reported she accompanied Mr. SUuox' BAPTIST
else could find it either though that he'd seen "girlsin and his daughter. Miss Fannie I CHURCH not change. the meaning in the eyes of Post

COUNTY TELEGRAPH Clerk Joy Baker said. a pro- the pool room" and was Sllcox, to Training Union services Schedule of services: Sunday al authorities.We .
posed lease had been presented assured by Chief of Police at the Kingsley Lake School 9:45: m. Morning
to the council at a meetingWOULD Muhlhofer that all was In Baptist ,Church. Adults and I Worship, 10:45: a. m Training are sorry that we cannot comply with
m
order as long as the :youths young people have separate Union 6:45: p m, Even- requests to print notices of such sale of

had permit cards signed by meetings and when the Sil- Ing Service. 745.; Mid-Week tickets and subsequent "drawings. If we

their parents. Muhlhofur said coxes prepared to leave after Prayer Service Wednesday, do, however, we run the risk of having that

the place referred to should I services, the girl was gone. I 7:45: p. m.BAYLESS. issue of The Telegraph barred from the
not be called a "pool room" They found a note on the mails.

I YOU und that as far as he had windshield of their "our stating HIGHWAY

observed. It was being operated that she was leaving In the r BAPTIST CHURCH We would appreciate it if all clubs other

In a proper manner I company of another girl, 21 Sunday Services Sunday organizations, and individuals would under
On another subject Muhl years oldDeputy I School 10) a. ro Worship
stand out position in this matter and would
hofer told the council that Sheriff A. E. Brown Hour. 11 a. m Training
the police car was "on its I who is handling the Investigation I Union 6pm, Evening wor- : cease to !submit' such items for publication.

last legs" and that any money said Thursday that no ship. 7pm. GA Tuesday. 4
spent on It for repairs. wouldbe trace of the missing! girl :has p. m. Mid-Week Prajrr ServIce BRADFORD COUNTY

I I wasted. Mayor AI Nelson yet been found. 7:30: p. m. Wednesday

BELIEUIE. recommended that some action \ M. David Medeiros ;...istorI TELEGRAPH
'I be taken concerning pur- to .
appear In thl. court and I 201-5 North Temple. Ave. I'I'IIttlt
chase of a new police car aida how tauxe If any you can, I rk". Florida.
meeting was set up for to- why the action nt thta court I I 9-9 4t :-10
In admitting acid will to
pro.
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night (Thursday to discussthe bate
) Hhould not stand 11 nrevoksrf. --------
..i matter. .

Chuck Whisenant, upeaklr.f! ; -COUNTY Thron JI'DHH A. Yawn
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Only $$1 09 for the Keystone Little League Mired piihllcatln-n on-3r"hru ..T23rd.
1647.
4t 1147N
Association was pronc.redCouncil Protect Your Children Against

INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASEWORLD'S cooperation In getting COUNTY JUDOK'S: COURT
some clay for the baseball IN AND FOR BRADFORD
a.-. ..... __ COUNTY FLORIDA.
field In and other
city park In re: !restate!: of
improvements Including a MATTIM P. UAH Ad AN,
pitcher's mound and home deveaeed9oTICR. Measles Says The AMA
'] OP PRORATE
For flu's plate. TO AI.L. PERSONS: INTBHKST- ,
ED UN THE TATK: : OK bVAll
DECEDENT: teJ .
fN JtTXJH You are. hereby notified that I' r"
THE COtTNTT
SMALLEST ELECTRIC a written
) instrument
COURT IN AND FOR URAD- purport- CHICAGO-Now is the
fog to be the last will
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA of meld 1 decadent. anden.tam.nt hue time to have your children im-
ADDING MACHINE In KIS'ZIH rt: Katate McWlIJjIAMS.of Dec. been admitted to probate In r munized against meulea if they
!NOTICE] TO CHRD1TOH9 this within ,
All creditor of the estate litKlx.l. alx" calendar protection says the American
rncnthN from the dale of the
McWIlllama. dateaaad first Medical Auociation.: ,
publication of hla noticeto
Adds are hereby notified and required
I to file any rlalms or appear In thin court And :Many parents are surprised
demands which they may have how cause If any you van to learn how dangerous this com-
why the action
against aid in the ot- of thla court
Subtracts state .In mon childhood disease u.
I flea of the county Judge of admittingaald win to pro- really
I Bradford County Jo'I<>I'lela. In the bate .ahoultl not stand unrwvoHed. An estimated 250 American
courthouao avt Stark. Florida children died from measles in
k /Thron' A. Tawa 1
Multiplies o a t within alx from thai date of the flrct COUNTY JUDOK, I More than 150 luffered
t publication<< of thla notlca. Each BRADFORD COUNTY, meile encephalitis, sometimes
Credit Balance I claim or demand. rnuat t.b.t In Jo'LORLD.A. a-9 4t 3-30 called sleeping sickness: or brain
and
writing" mu t fever.
4s Encephalitis frequently
i I place or raaldanc and poat-
,, office addrcaa of the claimantand IV: COITNTY JtTDOR' C-OITRT. leave children with permanent
TOTALS TO 999,999.99 muat be worn to by the IN AND FOR BRAD J.'O RJ) disabilities, including menial retardation
claimant, hi* agent or hl. atlurney COUNTY, FLORIDA. deafness and blindness.
or It will become void Fn re* 1 Batate of
accordion to law WATTIJ3 P. aAHAQAM.deceoaed. Future tragedies can be prevented 'id e
February soth, 1MT.B because safe and effective

Machine With The I \Executor:., 11. OKJDBR of the Eitate ofKlxzle All ISOI1CR creditor TO of CREDITORS the measles vaccines are now avail
At Last A Portable Electric Adding McWIllam. DeceasedTIIu4A8 Mattle P. Qahacun.. estate deceaaeil of, able. In the past four years these, W VACCINES
Arrangement Of A *. PIERCE are hereby notified and required vaccines have helped cut the
Touch, Speed, And Keyboard 203-6 .North Temple Ave.Starke to file any clalma ordemanda measles death rate in half. CAN MOP UP
Florida
which ,
they may ha ecauiet r
Heavyweight Machine. )'Iutlublloallon on SSrd day acid eatate In the of It's possible that measles I
of February, A. 1>. 1947. fice of the county Judge o-f could ,be eradicated In the near .EASLES
_8-33: It *-ltI Bradford County, Florida. In future if more parents protecledthelrchUdrenwlthlmmunizatlon.

APPROVED. AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL I II IX THE COUNTY JUtKlK ida the courthouae within alx calendar at Starke.month.Flor- fpKOTXCT rOVH CHILD

10 KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S. I COURT IV AND FOR BRADFORD from the date of the flret The AMA recommends that /+ c4SK. .. YOUR.. DOCTOR
COUNT? FLORIDA publication of thin notice Ea..hclaim every infant be vaccinated when ----
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS BOOKKEEPERS In or demand muat be In
re: Relate of .
he
is about old. All children
K1ZITMcWII..LJAMI! Deo. writing and( must .tate th. one year
NOTICR' OK PHOBVTB place or residence. and peat over this age who have not
Much! TO AUL. PKRMON8 INTERESTED !: office addrtia of the claimantand been vaccinated and who have
With Machines Costing Twice As SAID muat be sworn to by the
Compare I IN: TUB!! ESTATE OF : had
not measles should be im.
DBCEDENTI, claimant, hla agent. or hla attorney ,
or It will become voidaecording muniaed now. sters have the highest risk of If enough children are pro-
You ar. hereby' notified thata ,
SEEING IS BELIEVING written Instrument purporting to 18.law.February 1987.. It is especially Important infection. tested by Immunization, measles
to be the laat will and teeta- ; that children in nurseries, kindergartens Measles. Immunization I I. will disappear. It's time to get rid
admitted ment of aald to decedent probate has In been this R.* Powell Emmett Oahafan OahavanI and the first two grades safe inexpensive and easily per of this familiar but often danger-
COUNTY TELEGRAPH eourt Ton are hereby eommanded Co-Bxecutora of the ;of elementary school receive meai formed. See your doctor for his ous, and sometimes deadly child-
BRADFORD within all/ calendar Eatate of i\lie,* iioinunuation. These young- recommendations, hood diaeaae.L .
Battle V
nahacan, deo.
month from tha date of the
first .publication. ot this no-tin" : THOMAS *. PfERClG
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STARKK. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 10, I9B7
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Cox NamedTo Dear Mr. Matthews! :
Just a note to let you know
1&k Rural Post that Mr F. M. Prewitfc was

hit by a car on December 20
With F.H.A.
and passed away on Decem-
Daylight For The Birds ber 24.
Saving's Ralph H. Cox of Live Oak
has been appointed Rural De- I want to tell you that I

Like it or not, Florida will have What about teenagers who beg riY -: e. velopment Specialist on the Dear Mr. Matthews: think you've been very kindto
Daylight Saving Time, starting to go to the drive in movie r state staff of the Farmers Your editorial in the March send him the Starke paper
2 issue of was
He has
your paper en-
so years.
Admlnstratlon. USDA many
in May and continuing through when said movie cannot start t' Home
much appreciated by It much.
very joyed reading very
with headquarters -
October 29 unless the people get until 9 o'clock? Will we lift the credit In agency the Federal Building -Mrs. Mena Prewitt

up on their hind legs and let the family curfew until one or two Gainesville, effective March me.You are the only person so Plant City Fla

Legislature know they want no o'clock so junior and his date can BRADFORD 12. far to comment on the fact [Mr. Prewitt was a one..

part of this new form of beauro- go to the drive in and still get a In his new position. Cox that we have not requested time cdleor and( publisher of
cratic meddling. hamburger before coming home'? COUNTY .' 'L will have the responsibility special benefits In return for !the old, "Florida Advocate" a

Last year, Congress passed the What about school children who of planning and developmentof coming to Florida. This recognition weekly newspaper published

federal "Uniform Time Act of already have to pile out before 1( J 'y ways and means of accomplishment by you Is very much In Starke around the turn
of Rural Develop- appreciated.! of the century. lie was 4 con
for school bus
1966" a so-called "sleeper" that dawn and wait a
Yours truly tributor to The Telegraph'sStarke
not be those cool and often rainy, L vrGioN ment program objectives very
many people may aware on F. D. Owen. Jr. Pres. Centennial Issue
of yet. It puts all states under October mornings ? Instead of which promote for all parity rural of peoplein opportunity Owen Steel Co., Inc. writing his recollections: of

Daylight Saving Time, starting getting 'em up an hour before ., ',. the state. Columbia S. C. the early days In Starke.

April 30 of this year, and con- dawn on Standard Time, it'll be I A long-time USDA em-

tinuing through October 29 two or more hours before sun- ployee, Cox has served since Door Mr. Matthews: L. A. Baker CalledAs
six months rise with Daylight Saving. I hope "Somebody up
approximately unless 1938 as district supervisor in Pastor By
the legislatures in each state What about farm laborers Live Oak. Gainesville, and above Is looking" out for us

pass a law exempting their state working in some crops, including Nl"O .ti Bartow. and as county sup- down don"t below seem, to as give we a mortals dingdong Graham Baptists

from such federal regulation.The itrus, that can't be harvested L .. I ervisor at Starke and Live r that's putting It
Oak. Prior to that he worked !?eland A. Baker of Keystone
until the dew '
reasoning behind Congress'action properly morning S-e., mildly I on how others spendour Heights was called as)
.)? with the War Departmentand
is that it would simplify has dried? For fruit and vegetable ;f" as manager of a dairy.A tax( dollars.I pastor of the Graham Bap-

matters to have all states under growers this will mean t J, ( graduate of the Univer- am offering to the Coun- tist Church at a business

the same time sysem rather than either a shorter work day, or f.\r1:': j sity of Florida. Cox Is a vet- ty better and more acreage meeting of church officials
Standard and some overtime Either it \ .t on U. S. 301 North only held Sunday night. He has)
some on on wages. way, > eran of World War II and a
Daylight Saving, as at present.We could mean higher produce prices .tl. 't--: bt Colonel In the retired U. S. three-tenths of a mile way been serving as Interim pastor -
from the Legion location, at
f, since October.In .
cannot see the fairness of for the consumer. :: j Army Reserve. He resides In minimum of $30.000 less
a
.... Live Oak with his wife the accordance wtth church
this action since about of milk
only 19 states What producers ft
than the site ade-
I!'. :. f ... former Melon, Silcox of Legion --or procedure the Graham
now have Daylight Saving, while and poultry products ? Cows and I,; ,.. t. .' Starke. quate acreage for $50,000 less Church will ask Norwood
31 have remained under Standard chickens don't wear watches I'. ,' : Th&y FINALLY DELI than the purchase price of Baptist: Church of Jacksonville -

Time all these years. Why should they go by the sun. Those who !; ;:q' : : 1-0 prrtrowh FOREST SERVICE the Legion site. Botn plots where Mr. Baker holds

31 states be forced to comply are experienced in such things I FIRE REPORT have excellent frontage on membership, to ordain himas

with the wishes of 19 ? tell us that milk and egg production j ocs 301. and more siding on Mar- a regular Baptist minister.
KNOW The Florida Forest Service ket Street. Mr. Baker1 Is a native of the
The Starke-Bradford County will suffer when Day- :" 1 r
reports eight fires with 48.2 This means a taxpayer'ssaving Lake Geneva area where his
Chamber of Commerce directors light Saving Time is put into '7 -
: ,. y acres burned In Bradford or from $10.000 to ancestors settled In 1848. He
l:1'I
passed a resolution recently en- effect. Aren't milk and egg prices "{ : County during the past week. $15.000 per tenth-mile dis- is married to the former

dorsing the change to Daylight high enough already? (f Since Jan. 1 there have been tance for an excellent loca- Jeanette Knight .0[ :Maxville

Saving, but apparently in Most of our agricultural in- ; .\ 55 fires with 352.7 acres tion.I whose father was formerly

this instance they were not terests including the Florida Go burned, as compared with 33 also have a wry smile pastor at Graham. They have
attuned to the wishes of a ma- Citrus Mutual, Florida Farm ff;#i'' : -: fires and 108 acres burned when I note in the March 8 two children.

jority of the business houses in Bureau Federation, Florida Agricultural .. ..-' .. .... during the same period last Gainesville Sun also con- Mr. Baker I Is also an In-
firmed by a real estate agent, '
structor-In auto mechanics at
the community. A petition, now Council, as well as the year.Rainfall reported during that the "owner of the old Bradford High School.
circulating in the business district Florida' State Baseball League the week ending Monday: bowling alley has put an

opposing the proposed Labor Unions, Outdoor Attrac- New River. .7: Highland, 1.2 $80.000 price on the property )II F.J.I. NAMED

change to Daylight Saving is tions, such as Cypress Gardens, FARMER'SAlthough DIARY Santa. Fe 6 Inches ." I have current letters In TO H & I. GROUPB.

already reported to have almost Silver Springs, etc., restaurants, my files directly from this
100 signatures. theatres, and many other lines there Is no deny- about the colored congregation owner, offering the propertyfor F. Mtzell, Jr., president;
the large loss the belTYtrowel's of a church and It. onto serving plate. Refrigerate 75000. of the First ;Federal Savings)
In addition business ing
to the men, of business that do business after
Buffered as a resultof seems that one time they got several hours, or until So the Bradford Board of Se Loan Association, of
we believe there are large num- dark believe they will be severely the recent freeze, there Is ? Into a big fight about which well chilled. Public Instruction Is "right Starke, has been named
bers ,of farmers, laborers, housewives hurt by such 'a change.' Florida is optimism now that f color to whitewash the Meanwhile, make filling: on the ball" when they plan chairman of the Under $10

and others who should be too dependent on this type of they some'will be able to make I Iisrr church Gently wash strawberries In "to determine Its worth as a Million Committee of the

deeply concerned about this unnecessary business to take 'a' chance. somt 'money before the sea- cold water. Drain; hull. Re- bun garage." Florida Savings 8e Loan

change in daily routine. We can well understand the interest eon Is over. A number of That series ran, back about serve 5 large berries for garnish If I owned this property, League; it'was, announcedthis

Dark, in summertime, will not of our golfers fishermen, !growers report that their the time when we were hav- Slice remaining berries I would be fortunate to secure Week by Bill Wallis of

come until 9 o'clock or after. and devotees of other sports In plants 'are making a strong ing a battle over whether the Into medium bowl. Add sug- a top of $30.000 as it Is KJsslmmee, League" president
and are loa edwith courthouse should' bo In ar; stir gently. Set aside! until now because In spite'of the Purpose of !the committee
comeback
What about tired mothers who having an extra hour of day- bloom. Starke or Lake Butler, and It ready to use. money spent on It, only one ij to study in depth the
have' a hard enough time getting light, but we cannot help but was finally resolved when Split chilled torte In half In a hundred could find use problems of Florida's smaller
their offspring to bed after the wonder if the inconveniences of By Sam McGarveygood Union County was formed crosswise. Spread bottom for It In this region. sayings and loan institutions)
sun goes down? Picture their Daylight Saving" -Time are too H. W. [Buster! 1 Bennett, and they !got their own court with half of whipped cream; So let's start with a $73,000 and tc> to'make"recommenda-

plight trying to tuck 'em in with high a price to pay Sox prolonged for Instance says he has of workout and the people !house. But while It lasted, It .spoon on half !the sliced berries. figure not $80.000, and get tions for solutions of mutual
cleaned-off his planting hive got- the battle of the century down ,to earth on a bargain problems'' '
the sun 'still beaming downbrightly. pursuit of these hobbies? who conduct them : was
frosted bloom and frozen real experts.Trouble Top with other half of price. Mr. Mizell has also been
ten to be
fruit and that the plantsare Now we are in a hectic torte cut side down. Spoon on If we save tax dollars today appointed 'k>' the 1967 Management -
In, good shape. From now hassle over whether the! rest of sliced berries and it will save tax bills tomorrow Committee of the
-
life is getting
// The Shoe Fits. on, M says, It all depends on complicated Is that all the courthouse should be down- whipped cream. Garnish with Jor our future gener- U. S. Savings it" Loan League
more
the next
weather! during
the and find thingsto town Starke or at the Legion whole berries ation. the nationwide trade organ-
time we can
six weeks. site, and It would appear that Note: Or use 1 package MO Sincerely, ization that represents more
about
Last week The Telegraph the past year and a half. S. fight and argue In whenever a question arises, oz.l J frozen whole strawberries Wm. H. Summers than 5.100 savings associations -

pointed out that serious problems In fact, the entire junior high But there's no telling\ what without It reminds even trying.us of a serIes a- there Is bound to be a controversy thawed and drained; New Englander Hotel and cooperative< banks;

exist in our county's high school. school situation is better than the Weather Man has In sense that ran, In the Saturday with people "siding" omit) sugar. Starke, Fla in the U. S.

We did not do this as an indict- the senior high's perhaps due store for us. Last weekend we Evening Post a long time ago with one faction or another. -
ment of our school officials but to the fact that' the younger had a hot spell, with the about The Sons and Daughters And maybe It Is all right;

we do think the problems shouldbe children are easier to control. temperature up In tre high of I Will Arise. It was maybe we just like to fight.
of But it is also due SOs and only two weeks before ,. .
recognized by the parents to tighter con- that we had !the Big

the county so that somethingcan trol, by administrators. Freeze with readings downIn .....<.....

be done. Without doubt the high school the !teens. The only thing ...

For that reason alone last situation is more difficult to control sure Is that we'll net the I NEWS And NOTES .ll
.
week's editorial, "A Get Tough with many of the students weather we get, whether we .. .
adulthood. But like It or not Homemakersfly
For
approaching problems Today's
Policy, was printed. I n .-
there have improved since y ;4
If that editorial is an indict- the juvenile courts were brought Now I Is the time to get your :Martha\ .. Sue MeCabtCounty :
ment of our school officials, it stuff entered In the Bradford ;t'rta'
is no less than that to many into the situation by Supervising County Fair, which will h" Extension: 1 .,.(!

parents, our law officials, and Principal Connie Clark, as The here before you know it. !Home Krnnnmica Agent C I '. t
Telegraph noted in an earlier only two weeks t .
our juvenile court officials. When: There are ( k ti ,; ,
issue. left before the big event, +') .
a student leaves the BUS cam ,
and get your livestock stretching or wringing. i>
Attendance procedures have hurry up Would YIMI llfllrvc any /!
pus .during school hours it's theschool's washing and '
or produce or food products For complete '
been tightened and parents are IK.: J"ltWnll',1 /
'I I
i
responsibility to know officials check the
the fair instructions
listed with drying:!
that he is not in class. At least now being notified when a stu- and help mike thkthe you hrTlcvpILs almost bulletin Home Laundering: _
dent is absent, although the workis fair time? DD you have and the Job- Li.
morally, if not by law, the school best how yet. the Equipment
has a responsibility to notify being done by administratorswho y.u rx ilbtu ready? Please. and If this bulletin In not in /

parents of the child juvenile should, perhaps, be freed Most of our brightcnlorelazaleas roforc!! vnii hrliiH entries, do your personal file do requesta I
for other important duties. One are out In full bloom net 1\ Knlr Program 'ind Pre- copy from our office either I
authorities, or law officials that mium list.! T.ie ruici!' are all Other Infor- -
out
top school official has said the row and Alice will put phone or write.
the student is not in school.It outlinefnr! vnur convenienceord helpful
high school's attendance system the hummingbird feeder, to mation that will be ,
is, we believe, the responsi- meets the requirements of Flori- see If the little Jet-powereI J knowlcrltto. Is I included
bility of the sheriff's and police marvels of the bird world are Tin re will be xn m.inj new Fresh Strawberry Torte i.
da law could be elCec-
but
more Is delight things to do and so many one-fourth
departments to apprehend the around here yet. It a Six egg whites;
to watch them hover at things to /see. Seems like you sale one-half tea-
truant student and it should be tive.But teaspoon ;
left to other problems also exist. the feeder:! then shift Into ought to get season passes spoon cream tartar: 1% cups
court to
our discipline County Judge T. A. Yawn has reverse find< back off before for every member ol your sugar; three-fourths teaspoon

delinquents. said that as many as 150 young, going Into a flight back to family. These are. available vanilla extract; one-half teaspoon -
But as was pointed out last people have participated in drink- the neat from any of the Fair Direc- almond extract. i
.
week those policies cannot be ing parties held at night at tors./! FH.MNG.
efficiently: carried out without various places around the county. Speaking of birds, the robIns ELECTRIC BLANKETS: One pint box fresh strawberries r
are still with us-blif and In your changing from one one-fourth cup sugar -
close lines of communication be- ;
He has long recognized that it is
twice hopping to another, do you
sassy cream.
fat and as season ; 1V4 cups heavy ,
tween the schools and other of-
far too easy for teenagers in nil over !the roadsides wonder what to> do with electric whipped.In k 4N
ficials. this county and others, to ob- wow that their berry feeding blankets? Well they large bowl of electric "

Neither do the problems of tain beer or even whiskey and has been Interrupted.; Hope should be washedrot dry mixer, let tag! whites warmto (

inacurate absentee lists, lack of id currently working on the prob- they leave for the north goon cleaned. Every new electric room temperatureone
discipline, and lack of respect! lem. But this cannot be solved before the new berry crop blanket carries washing In- hour i:

administrators( extend to the overnight, either and parents of matures, as the growers have structions. Again we say Meanwhile, lightly grease }
already had all the problems READ THE LABEL! Follow bottom reel side] of 9-lnch +
entire junior and senior high'school these youngsters are as much to I
In season. instructions carefully.If 450
they can take one these tube pan. Preheat oven to
to the same degree. An blame as anybody else. these Instructions have degrees.

attendance system, using two But the point is, the problemscan Two down, and one to go been lost general washing Make torte: With mixer at

part-time guidance counselors, be cleared up if they are BO far as the special llglsla- procedures can be carried out high speed though\ uncertified as such, has recognized and if everybody works live elections are concerned, In a washer that extracts with salt and cream of tar-
been) operating in the junior high together toward that end. and then we'll be all set for water by spinning. Do not tar until soft peaks form

the regular session of the put electric blanket througha when beater Is raised. Ilriulforil. County'. tota. remaining. link with CTvll War 41318< reached
Legislature. And according to wringer, as' the fine wires Gradually beat in sugar
The Bradford .till. ripe old age of 110 yeur Sunday' Marrji 12. .
RID4 County Telegraph the "experts we'll have a are likely to be damaged. one-fourth cup at a time
special straw ballot on the Pretreat soiled binding! or beating well after each ad- 'Still In reitM>nally, gas! health, Mr*. Canter' \VUkliuton has lived' her

1 ESTABLISHED 1879 site of the courthouse on the spots with a paste of detergent dition. Continue beating until fiitlro. life within a few mile. of her birthplace now a part; of the

7 E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher 28. We believe strongly In and water rubbed In stiff peaks form. Beat in Quincy Rosier farm !In the northwettt section of Bradford County,- known
MNMfr voting, and make sure and with a brush. Disconnect removable extracts.' UN. E+er&'l't'I'n. 8I,."> ntlll remember herringa a child, the runlet
d Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Oratinously vote In each election but If electrical parts. If Sprea.: essr-whlte mixture roar of cannon In the distance an Confederate. and Union forces foughtthe ;
1141 Under The Same Mast 1INd.I this thing keeps up we'll get there are dangling ports, tie evenly In prepared pan.; Put Battle of Oluntee.
writer's cramps from marking them loosely In a washcloth pan In oven: turn off heat. Sunday
Her 110th birthday anniversary wan observed quietly art thom
I'ubllshod each Thursday and entered aa Second Class Matter at the Post Offloa Xs on ballots or small towel to confine Let stand In oven several ,
them during laundering.If of her daughter Mr*. T. T. Blackburn, just; north of Lawtey
at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1819. hours or overnight. Do not
With all these elections an electric blanket Is door. where she makes her home.BRADFORD .
open over
In trade 1 94.041 4 months $3.Zi
Subscription area year, ,
however. our machinery for made of wool wash and dry Run a small spatula
Otd Ida trade areat 1 year. $4.50i! S month, ft JO conducting them I Is getting a like a wool blanket. omitting around edge of torte; Invert







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I of Hampton.MISCELLANEOUS. ated with pink and white for a visit with hei son-in- I GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH week Prayer Service 7:00 P. BROOKER BAPTIST Service: 7 6 p. m**>. Midweek Evenlnf

the law and daughter. Mr and 11'. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson School, 10 a. w Worship p.
I streamers hanging from Sunday
I Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- I Service Wednesday, 1:30: p.
D. B. Oiiffla after 1RC1LNw pastor. Worship. 11 a. In.
Mrs.
MAXVILLEBy SHOWERS ceiling and a pink and white Ing Worship 11 a.m. and 7 Morning in-ReV. D. 1. Ramaer.paa.tor. .
time in Jack- Union. 8:30: () p. >"
some
Mi'tt. Dewitt Edenfield and box held the gifts. spending p.m. 'Rev. Leland A. Baker, BAYLESS I"'1.-- Training .
I daughter Jane entertained at After the honored guest sonville with Mr. and Mrs. Evening Worship. 7::an.: Prayer -

Mr*. A. 0. Slade their home in WhItehouse opened her gifts refresh- Ellis Olddens and family.THERESSA. : pastor.Thursday Visitation, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: BETHEL BAPTIST COTJBCH

,Phone 280-4491 >lust> Tuesday night with a ments were served to the 20 a.m. and 7 p.m. I Sunday (School 10 a m. Sunday School. 10 a. to.

&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA444& miscellaneous shower honor- guests present.Mr. cv VyVyVyyVUVyVVv V VT VT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Morning Worship. 11 a. m DEDAN BAPtrs' uoker' ] Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

Ing Miss Helen North a recent and Mrs. Albert John- STARKH MADISON STREET Training Union, 6 p. m. Sunday School lQ a. m Evening Worship 7:30: P. m.
SCHOOL NEWS bride elect. son of Mncclenny were Sun- Evening Service. 7 p. m. .
Worship U a. m. Prayer MeeMng 7:80: P. W.
BAPTIST CHURCH Morning
The Baldwin High School Games were played and refreshments day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday -- Church School, Everyone welcome. -Rev M. Training Union, 7 p. m. Even- Wednesday. R T. W. leNewmans

Baud attended the District served. John North and family. 9:43: a.m. Morning Worship, Sunday Sunday School, David MedeIros pastor. Rev pastor.N0RrIISIDE .
Linda Crawford ing Service 8 p. m. -
By
Concert Contest held Saturday -. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Hubey: Boree, 11 a.m. Snack Supper for 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,! FIRST ChRISTIANCIIL'RCII pastor

at Fcrnandlna Beach Mrs. John North, and Mrs. of Belle Glade attended Sunday &AAAAAAAAA..&AAA..e.5.A4 MYF, <6 p.m. MYF meeting. 11 a. m. Youth Choir prac- STAKKE Lacy Conway. BAPTIST

High School. Baldwin, a 1 Dave Coverdale. night church services at |! 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30. tice, 4:45: ; Training Union CIIVRC'II OF ODD Located on Vayiart Jrllfh-

Class C School rated a Two. Mrs. Joe Hurst. Mrs. Gen the Maxvllle Baptist Church. Hope BaptlRt ChnrcbA Monday Holy Week services 6:18.: WMU Prayer Circle Sunday School. -9:45: a. m 422 N. SC. Clair St., !Bturlce. way [SR 2231' RaUord Road

The croup traveled to and 'Johnson and Mrs. Ben Hig- Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade fellowship supper will beheld I 12 noon Monday through 7:13: ; Evening Worship 7:30.: Morning W,rshlp, 10:45: a Sunday School. 10 a. m [SR 161.] Services: SundAy
Christian Service Hour.
at the Ttiereasa! Community m.
from Pernandlrm. by bus ginbotham entertained last entertained with a birthday Friday. Wednesday Prayer and Worship Services, '.1 a. m. and School] 10 a. m. Sunday
leaving: at 8:30: a. m. and returning -I Saturday night at the Hlg- supper Tuesday night March Center Friday. March i 'Wednesday Primary, Jun-\ Praise Service 7:30.: Church 6:30: () p. as.Wednesday 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. Morning Worship, 11 ., IlL
to the school at 6 17, at 7 p.m. The Communityis i lor, and Youth Choir practice YOUWI Choir
p. glnbotham home honoring 14 honoring their daughter. Choir practice, 8:30.: 7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting. Training Union. 6:39: p. m.
Practice Fellow-
3:30
m. While there somo of the Miss Helen North. Nancy. on her 11th birthday. invited. I 3:15.: Prayer Meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday Auxiliaries : p. rn. Friday" 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S Evening Service. 1:30.: MidWeek -
The New Life Bible Club Is Den 4 Cub ship Supper, 6:30: p. m. Mid-
students had the to Thursday -
privilege Games were played and Friends enjoying the occasion I meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation, Williams, pastor. Prayer Service Wednes
I Week Bible 7:15
held each Monday after school. Study : p. m
Scouts
meet in
tour :Fort! Clinch and Fern- fellowship
prizes awarded to Mine Helen with Nancy and her family Olenn Lanrhon. .
: 7:30.: () -Rev. -
day
Please child to Adut! Choir Practice. 8:00: P
andlna Beach. encourage your Hall. 3:IB. Chancel Choir re 7:30.Rev. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
Lunch
was North mid Mrs. Buddy Brad- were Debbie Thomas of I Felder Rowan Pastor. pastor.CALVARY ,
aerved In the school cafeteria.I maw Alter the honored Baldwin and Phillis Harris. attend and bring a friend. hearsal, 7:30: m. School 9:45: a. m

Making the trip with the students guest opened her gifts refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Turner Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn NORTIISIDE BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Morning Worship. 11 a. ni' BAPTIST
ing Worship, 11 a.m., TraIn. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
were band director Youth Fellowship 6 p. mholr
were served! to and daughter left Fridayto CHURCH CHURCH Sunday School 10..
Union 6:30
Ing: : p.m., Evening STAKKE -
William Jokela Practice Thursday 7:31:
and Mrs.
make their 11.. asrni1ning
the home Dallas Worship,
guests. in Moinlng
Worship 7:15: Wednesday night School 10 m.
Schedule; of services: Sun- Sunday a.
Jokela and Mrs. Johnson, the >. m.
Out of town Texas. Union, 9:30: p. IlL
guests were Prayer Service at 7:30 Sunday Sunday School. 11
: p.m.; day School, 9:45: m. Morning Morning Worship a. m
bus driver.
Mrs. Ruel Pease of Jackson- Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Is a with choir practice after aerv- 9:45: a.m. MornIng; Worship, Worship. 10:45: a. m. TrainIng Evening Worship 8 p. m.; KINGSLEY LAKE Evening Service '7:30.: Prayet

Tuesday night of last week ville. >*r: patient In the Baptise Memorial ices. 11 a.m., sermon, "Christ's Triumphant Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- Prayer Meeting Wednesday BAPTIST CIICRdlr Meeting Wednesday, '1:20: p.

the Donkey basketball fundraising The State Farm Insurance Hospital In Jackson PerMonul.* Ride Into Jerusalem." ling Service, 7:45.: Mid-Week 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday ai Sunday School. 10 a. m m. -Rev. R. H. Butler, pastor.
gum from Holly Company in Jacksonville will ville. We to hear that Training: Union, 6:15.: Evening
are happy Prayer service. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, Morning Worahli. 11 a. m
AIRPARK.BAPTIST
Pond. Ala. was held In the have their Easter Egg hunt Mrs. Walter LanUir.pp underwent Ernie Trlest has returned Worship 7:30: sermon 7:45: p. m.B'l'LESS. oastor. Training Union 6:30: p. m :.

:Baldwin School Gym. Saturday for children of the surgery Tuesaay of home from the Bradford County "Christ's Tears." Evening WorshIp! 7:30.: Prayer Sunday School, 9:48: a. M.

BABY GIRL employees. ; last week in St.'meent.s Hospital after an appendectomy Monday R. A. meeting HIGHWAY SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30: Morning Worship 11 a. M.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hendry STORK SHOWER i Hospital in Jacksonville andis operation. : 6:30 p.m. Bible Survey Class, BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CUCRCW -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. Evening. Service 7r30: p. .

of Jacksonville are the proud Mrs. Hollis Jeffers. Mrs. expected to return home Dennis Hall Gerald Crawford -! Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. 033 W. Pratt St !Sunday Prayer Meeting Wedn -W. ,

parenta of their first child, Mike Cannon and Mr3. Har- the middle of the week. Edward Loper William Tuesday Intermediate GA, Sunday Services Sunday': services: bunday School, 10 a CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30: p. m., Training Unaen,

a daughter Karman Krlstlna ley Thomas entertained last I Marlon Griffis of Jacksonville Newham, and Plan Gnann en- Sunbeam Junior Choir Prac- School, 10 a. rn Worship m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Train- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday, 7:39: p. III.R.eY.. B. U

born last week In the Baptist Friday night at the Thomas visited Saturday joyed a night of camping: Saturday tice, 3:30: p.m. Junior GA, Hour, 11 a. m. Training Ing Union. 6:13: p. m. Evening m.; Morning Worship and GrUtlII, pastor .
Memorial home with stork shower night at Crystal Lake. 4:30.: Union 6 p. m. Evening Worship Communion Service 11 am
Hospital in Jack- a afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I Worship. 7 j>. m Everyone
sonville. Paternal grandparents honoring Mrs. Homer Thomas. Avory Slade and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koon of I Wednesday Bible Survey 7 p. m. GA Tuesday, 4 welcome. Elder T. C. WIl Fvenlng services 6:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CHUBCH

are Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo, were recent guests at' Class, 9:30: a.m. FamilyNight p. m. Mld-Weelc Prayer. ServIce 'lame. pastor. Wednesday Worship serv- [Highway 100 at. Tberewsl .
Harley the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Covered Dish Supper, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.
T
Hendry of Jacksonville Games were played K. C. H. Hall Sr. 6 Prayer Meeting 7 M. David Medelros pastor. LAURA BAPTIS1
and p.m. p. Bell. .
great .
'paternal grand- prises awarded to Mrs. Anna Turner were In Morning WoTahlp11 .
moW, r la Mrs. W. M. Slade Carr and Mrs. Hollis Jeffers. weekend visiting Georgia last Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gnann, m. Church Choir Practice, 8 IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:49: : a m. p
relatives. of Mlddleberg, were guests at p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST m.Training
The party room was decor- Mrs. Belle GIddens Is hereJACKSONVILLE Sunday School 9:45: a. '1Mornl11.ir Morning Worship 11 a. m. : Unl.on8:30: p.
the home of Mr. .'
Mra.Jimmle
and 11 Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 a. K m.
Worship
'" ---r: -=----- -- Gnann Wednesday. a. m' Prayer Meeting Wednesday Morning Worship, 11 a. rr Evening Warship 1:15:
r-- : -----
Training Union. 6so
- : =: --.-.- We : p. n1Evenlnl'
::: are sorry to hear that looked up to see a man: stand- 7:30: p. m.-Rev.\ Luther McGee Pre-Servicea [IBoosteBane m.
Service 'iCl. MId.
''Mrs.! Clyde Hall has been sick Ing in the closet the : I pastor. Yourg People, ard Pray Wednesday Night Pr y fAn

lately. We do hope she will man jumped on the son and

BUSINESS DIRECTORY have a very speedy recovery.Mr. with a scuffle fled the door 1

I and Mrs. Howard Osteen, with Pet (the son) holding to
of Starke Rev. and Mrs. .1.
'' his coat with one hand and

APPLIANCES I BEAUTY JBBBBBBBBJBBI. P C. Hesters, of Fernandina the gun in the other. He dragged investment in Your Future

ACADEMY MUSIC-\ --.- Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pat around the corner i

Crawford of Lawtey were of the house and freed himself '
Appliances Color TV AmericanHairstyling I guests at the home of Mr. from Pat's and
ran
Paulus Music Co. and Mrs. G. L. Crawford grasp I AiIti ( Ol rec G
I over by this time oth 4 Band & String Instrument the weekend. the household were awakened I

Stereo Magnavcx Academy Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers, Mrs. Kobecy of Sante Fe and went in search but

21 W. MONROE I School SUppIleInstruction Lake 'Mr. and Mrs. Darby and to no avail. The Sheriffs Department I

Zenltfc JACKSONVILLE595OiRiver8ide_ Roberta Recorders Mr. Hamilton were guests at In Starke was called ,
Motorola Music Library-ExpertRepair the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Dolph Reddish came out
E. S. Sibley Wednesday after- r'w 1: i :M:fd V
Department noon. to hear the story but could I ::. :: .. riliWr(
not find the Pat ; ,
prowler. received -
41
W. Monroe
General Electric Hairstyling JackwonVJla 339-8447 St. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin scratches on his chest' ::l\ ;1:j; :<, V fjtfl'lfi::::: :::::? ::: :;MM Salt air, the beating of heavy waves, and ,

Academy 831O Beach dell and family were guestsat from the Intruder (which incidentally :.",t'f ;:::::::':: a 1 1 ) IfA: !'!: ': :: ':: ::::ii:::::::: :::: ;
'
Blvd. the home of Mr. and Mrs. was bleading when :*!:i : -; ... d: .<<< .ffd: :::: : ':1 rains...these are just a few of the elements ::: ::

Tea Gt A GMt Deal A'- JACKSONVILLE 2830 PARK ST. Jacksonville 3U8-3091 Alfred Underwood of Keystone his mother awoke and almost i 1J 1it1; lf 1j1:[ fll r'if' ;1 that must face ff.m

Accredited 388-8537_ Thursday night. fr'.ghtened: her to death). Font- !, 1 1 ... >< f-!!! a ship constantly.

Qualified OPTICIAN'CCrESSIONAL Miss Kay Alvarez daughterof prints went found around the !:::::::::::: 1.4 sV'i:::::::::::: :::::: :: :i:;::: ::::: 'i I With all of these things, it is little won- &
F. O. MILLER 1! Instructors (Mr. and Mrs. C. R. house and out to the road :> :::%::*::::: :::: J :/// ::/::/IrVf'M: : : : ::::: ::::::::: :: :: : ::: 3

,;* --. Modern Styling was an over-night Alval.ez// where the prowler escaped.A ; f-f11fHta! ,: > n 4 %::* V-i: : :;:::: ;:' 1is"'i: der that the crew must be alert, looking ..W
.is.-tt--_ i.oiTaekat.nvdle Monthly Classes the home of Miss X 'V *:

.. "Where tomorrow' stylists; 'Friday night. E VV' JI for rust and other damage New paint to 4\
trained" ,
are
Mrs.
I Margaret Friable left I ," \* h'i-*rt T "fr T i- be
protect the ship must applied
regu
ELECTRIC MOTORS( OPTICAL for a four months vacation in Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH -,

AUTOS FOREIGN j Las Vegas, Nev Saturday.Mrs. ".V .Ij i .. I V larly. .
Peavy Brothers 5 Prescriptions Filled Friable will be staying brlnsH result t
Broken Lenses with of her I
Duplicated some children. We

Westside! ForeignCar Electric Co. C Artificial Eyes wish Mrs. Frisbie a very pleasant IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S' An individual faces many things In this

5 Eyewear Specialists vacation.Mr. COURT IN: AND>> FOHIRA!:)* I
HJECTRIC MOTORS9oJdBervtcedrRepalre FlOim COUNTY, KL.OK1DA. world that would rust and corrupt his
Service '813 Laura St. Jax 3S8-SSU5/ and Mrs. P. C. Mabry In re: ISitata of ii ,
l
Generators Starters < 1034 Park St. Jax., 334-3613 were recently In Green Cove KIZZUJ"WII..J.TAI. : nec.NorIcI. life, therefore it is good to begin each

trained mechanics for every Alterations- PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S Springs visiting friends.Mr. ALL PKHHONS: OK PHOIIATHTO : INTKHESTKD _ _ I ,, ,

and Mrs. E. S. Siblvv IN TIlE I ESTATE OF SAID 4 V week with a renewing of spirit, that can
service Job on all makes of Armature Rewinding enjoyed DECEDENT!: : : ,.. ,
a pleasant
4044 Lenox Ave. evenu.\' You are hereby notified, thata i4 V be obtained only through worship in theLord's
out Friday night when Mr. ,, : ,
and ,
Foreign it Sports CarL 'Y..lr1onnv111.. A7-2/12"/ written Inntruinent purpurtlnirto I ii
Commercial and Portrait Mrs. Charles Johns and Chris, be the 'lait will and teita-. house.
PARTS FOR'! AIT, Photography of Starke took them, out to I ment of said decedent hue beenadmitted V ) V

FARM EQUIPMENT Frames & Custom Framing dinner InILittle GalneovlllA. ._ nolirt. You to ATM probate hereby In nnm this. I 'V _ _
243 Handing Jacks .We 1958 Blandinir. Blvd., ---- ---- mitncled within mix --calmidnrmonth *
---- -------- -- -- Martin
Hersey. son from the date of the
Ford Tractors"South'
Jacksonville 384-1464 of Mr.: and Mrs. DewItt Her first publication I of thin noticeto i ,

:Most CompleteFord sey has been visiting with his appear In this court and I -
Auto Sales & Service: haw ceo. ... If any you. can,
Dealer"Guaranteed PIANOSFor grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.J. why the action of this court h' t
Reconditioned D. Payton this past week In admitting paid bate should not stand. unreTOked. -
LANDROVER Tractor Martin returned to nursery .
Munlcdl AdviceC.
Every Tool Known to Farming school Monday. -Theron A. Yawn I IT"Ttii : V

JacksonvilleFord CARTER NICE There will be a monthly COUNTY JUDGE I b ,
Plrmt publication on February i
preaching service at Decoy 23rd 19117. 2-S3 4t 3-16 : 4 V _
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Tractor Co.Beaver ::51m id Baptist Church. south of I 1l Oiunh. b Cod'i oppoinnj egimy In !hIsworl' % VV
The World's 'Finest toi Green II 'for iptiailng Hu"..''oGl'ol. Nil .lies "' V.
Cove .
St. E. of Lane ,'. ..- .e .. Springs Friday I
4 Wheel Drives Jax EV9-88S1 Established 1948 night at 7:30: p.m. If you ::j lor nun ond ol Hl! d..mn Chlcluerlng & have never attended the STARKEBIJSU1ESS i Idol' or. by, loving kit ndghbor. Without, Atui 1

Sold and Serviced by HEARING AID Other Name Brands preaching service you have I .IMi grounding In .tho lo.. ol I Cod.., no govimrmnt _ ,

PIANOS CONN ORGANS missed a wonderful blessing. ::9 or mlKy or way ol ifs, will long _ ,
Roberts) Chevrolet For Boat In Heartof SeaSONOTONE- 2631' Park Jacksonville 388-8310 Everyone is welcome. Moderator \ pimviio. ond Ihi !r.tdomi which wo hold w _ ViI ;

)' dew will Intvlmblr? poilih. Thonlon' won .
nI
G. I.. Crawford. j
Green Cove Springs. 3033 .
OF JACKSONVILLE"Tha Douglas and Stanley Craw DIRECTORY 'from ullhli,pilot,vi..,ono ihould luppoiltho _________________
JaekjonrOIe 264-9804 PICTURE FRAMES hurt\ lor flu, uko ol,tho wtlloro ol I hi.... .
Strongest and SmallestHearing ford, sons of Mr. and Mr\ G.
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L. Mil' wid hit hmllf. loroflj Hut, h. ', V
Aid In the Wend"0n17 Crawford were guests at
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SL do. Bearing Aid Made SPILLERS the home of Mike and Tony .I may ptnon"iliould" uphold and porMiipoto In _ _ j V
JEEP 23 West Monro I Osteen, sons of Mr. and Mrs.\ AUTO REPAIRS j rtio diunh. btc.... It tells tho truth stirS ,

: Vehicles JoekaonvUlB 353-1488 Picture FramingPicture Howard Osteen, of Starke. Mr. jI I 4 me.',lit,, dnlh? ned doiliny;tile truth which 'li

Framing Original and Mrs. Osteen were lono will Hi Mm froo K liv. at child ol
S Xecp;; Wagoneer Station stayingat
-, MOBILE HOMES Paintings Unframed Prints, their place on Bedford Earl's GarageALL I 3 Cot -O Ohi4

% gons Mattings Framed PIctures Lake over the weekend. ---a- -

BUTTSMOBILE (Mirror Framing KINDS OF I -
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Decorator Help. YYYVI'YyVyyyVy'yyyyJ3ROOKER AUTO REPAIR WORK ,
Jpp Universal ..aL. .-V
HOMESThe IOU Park St. 5 Points AU Work Guaranteed V---

.- Souths Best Buys Here Jax 333-8531 Phone 964-7009
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Jeep Gladiator Truck Free Delivery So. Walnut, Starke I

Bank Financing SEWING CENTER By Joyce Stoke. These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor
S Authorize Service Best For Le.."

Seriously Interested In Mobile AUTO SERVICE I
A4.AAAAVAAAAAAAAA4.VAAAAIProwler .
Approved, Fart ,home? Call collect Jax 388- H. & N. On The Loo il STARKE ,BUILDERS DeWITT C. JONES Lawson Meat Market-.
** 1253 tor model prices A terms. e Gilbert S. Brown
SUPPLIES
Inc.
SEWING CENTER Residents of Brooker beware AND COLD STORAGEWe
S 4_ Wheel Drive 2 Wheel 6017 Roonewlt Blvd. Jax FUNERAL HOMES
Standard Oil
there is service! Station
a
600 Singer Touch & Sew prowler I Featuring Ace Hardware Specialize In Custom SJaape-
Drive MOBILE HOMES: USED In our midst! About 11:30 ATLAS Complete Paint Supplied .
stitches
does fancy mono- Ing. Cutting A .
.. p.m. recently someone was TIKES A BATTERIES I and Sporting Good.. Starke Ph. 964-6200 Wrapping
<- grama iccrdllng eta Easily Prepared For TV. rrioniONE
J. & J. heard prowling around the Budget Terms Road Service "CincCK UITH US FIRST" p
EDDIE BLAND Swap ShopUSE.I operated NEW $369 for 964-7089
'house of the Leroy Stokes' Phone 961-7071 219 MUohlngton St. 001-5270 Keystone Heights -
cash $129 $7 per mo.
or
) TRAILERS
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407 N.
and later entered the bedroom Temple Starke
MOTORS Inc. Campers from 8' 2V Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come Ph. 473-3178
of one of the sons. The bya
,. Mobil' Homes 32' 63'\: In. -t
St. being in another part u! the HURST'SSHELL I Bradford Abstract Co. tOF
6106 103rd I
ems w. AJ AMSJAJCKSONVHUC Trades Bank Financing house at the time heard some

; BI.wy. 21, Orange Park .I one enter the bedroom and I 158: W. CALL STREETPh. Sinclair Refining Co. STARKE, INC.

3347731t Tel. t616324MOTORCYCLES ran in with, gun In hand Service Station I 961-6881 Starke, Fla. "'. L. Thomas, Distributor U.s. S.01 NORTHPh.

t t ._ and without turning on the Gas Oils Lubrication GASOLINE8KEftOSE."lB '
964-7600 ,
Stark FIlL
STORE I ,
WESTERN lights could not see anyone Goodyear Tires A BatUrlc
Parrish Motors HONDABfOTORCVCLKS I. then stooped down and ROAD SERVICE I Edwards Grocery & Fuel OU and Greases

LITTLE DUDE looked Under the bed. and justas 301 and 100 Starke I Mkt. 6O3 S. Walnut, Starke Charley E. Johns.
r'AUIII: he was getting up he

...V1C11 ALL :MODELS. Western Store !METAL WORK Groceries: -M ea ts-Feeds t Ph. 0646246BRADFORD Agency .

PAltT* ;1; Merchants Green Stamp 131 S. Walnut Ph,. 964.967' ,
"Where You'll Find Every HAMMOND Gas & Oil .
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. THOMPSONSheet
thing For the Horse Ph. 964.5312 Starke. Fla.Roy's MOTELA GENERAL INSUBAN .
Tues., Wed.. Thurs., Fri. ORGAN STUDIOFactory
.>M Yean Am A Deal** Enthusiast" Metal WorksAll Nobody But Nobody (1........., .
Sat. 8 P.M.
Open 8 A.M. -
SUPERIOR :MOTELAmerica'
Western Clothing Leather- Authorized I TV Service C'hart or W. Jahnu. Agsn*
4 9*j* Coed; V VI CamKftora Closed Sunday A Monday hammond Organ i r
MOTORS &: CYCLES goods. Saddles: and TrailersCharles Types Metal Work- Most Hospitable Motel
& Sharon Petty' Sale.* A: ServiceLearn CALL ROY FOR PROMPTSERVICE Hurst Shell Service
.., ... JehaoavIU.h 4949 Blandlng Blvd. Heat & Air Cond. I
.. 902 So. Edge wood Are. to play the catty way Air Conditioned Free TV
4.5634 Jarknonvflt 7718244A. 110 N. W. 10th Av. Systems Installed and Coffee CARL HURSTWwv.
; Jacksonville 384-1210 920 Thomas St. Starke
Gam-riUe Shopping Center Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723': ,
Phone 1737 N. SOl Ph. 9M- 83S
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THURSDAY" MARCH, 1961 BHAPFOnO COUNTY TELF: RAPR. gTARKTX VTMttlOX ___ ______ ____---'PAOE- NIN-B1.-
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I ti I.-il I iMihh., ,itiiin t I ,,, or 'HUM' nolli"* marli. p.i\ 'I"I' rh t Af .i1.. e
tYY..YYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYY Crown. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp. I the weekend wrth hur purenla Auiutitlno. Unrlt: lalm in i,. duinanil iiiuttttv\ ... I
We are glad to see Gerald We are glad to know that Mr. and Mrs. Godron Jones Mrs. Dorothy Starling has April 1 Deadline To Apply For I In writIng. find imtnt Htuto the C SEPARATE. HTM :t 1.1 ". -..' .
church been visiting: her father John place or residence and poet offl llttu Sheet,; tin' flni anil. r t]
Sunday.
Norman. home from Nations. ) (Mrs. Floyd Bennett was able and attended .. uildroui' of the claimant ol VHXa "f .P' H ''J l ..... *fl ]
Bayless Hiway Guard school In Aberdeen Md. to be home and attend church I Mrs. Dave Medetras and< ny Well who Is a patient! In .mid inunt I be sworn to by the may be pun. hn_. ,tl l f fi, .IHI. I IAri'hltoct "
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman, this weekend. I I daughters were visiting relatives St. Vincent Hospital Jackson Homestead Exemption Pay TaxesApril ,clnlmant. hi. agent or his attorney a. riiw.. < lot.

By fr""". O. E. CroNby Gerald, (Mrs. 'Rudolph Sapp Mrs. Ellery Sapp Is in Jacksonville In Perry laat weekend.C. ville. I according, or to It will law.February becorre void refunds Drawing' );:*.-.lion ]JOer ol.!t*.*t.

and lon. David, were visiting this week visiting hereon C. Crosby Is a medical: Mr. and Mrs. John McKlnnoyand 3rd 1067 plus 3% tax,
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'.TYTYYYYYYYY TYYYYYYY Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggersin and daughter-in-law. Mr. patient in Alach.ua General Rose Lee were called to 1st is a big day in to 500 homesteaders and Marlon QunnlnirAdministratrix. of themltl 5pociflrotIonis-.il 10 I KM: p*> page,", a

The young: people of BayleaaHlway Jacksonville Sunday after- and Mrs. Edgar Sapp whose Hospital.Rev. the .bedside of their daughter, Bradford County home- many applications have already at* of plus 3%), tax M

Church enjoyed a skating little son Ia in the hospital. Dave :Medelras returnedto Emily who was In a critical owners have until then to been returned. Owners Walter F. Schmidt, N....'

party at the Lake Butler noou.Miss Annette Padgett and Ronald Bivlns and son, Mr*. his home Saturday after condition. in Tampa. She t Is appl for 1967 homestead exemptions of new homes or who change d..e..edTHOMAAti. .M PtHSroCEAttorniyaatf peclflc'iitlnn All r*1'1An'. '. 'bid<"' ""

skating rink Thursday night. Danny Graves were visitingRev. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. J. I... conducting a revival near much Improved now. and taxpayers; have homes which amounts! to the I I..aw bond In the .iinrHini. : .if 3' of
Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Saras ta. Visiting Mrs. Alien Robinson 1966 tax JOS-S North Temple Ave. the but payable,' i ht. lio.tot'or "*"-
to their for
Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Coleman Pad until then pay same thing purposes I I Stnrke. Florida Public Inntrurrlon. ... ,if Brait
Jerry", Dyal. Mri. Dave' Me- gett In Gainesville Sunday Dyail and children were in Randolph Crosby of Maxvtlle! this week were MWil- taxes. must apply the first sear in Flrxt publication on March ford County t't o.1111; ae *vl-,
afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville% Saturday.Mrs. was visiting here Saturday.Mr. lie Mae Judd and Mrs. Gilford Failure to do so will result person at the assessor's of- 2" iSO?. d.no o-f .nnnd faith and1. "
delras, Mrs. F. O. ,Smith, Mrs. I | 4t 1.13 ,, .. -
irtiu.rnntc.lnB that thi'i *'
and Mrs. O. E. Croabyand
and Mrs. Harry Edwards Charles: Cribb, and I Weeks of Starke and Frank In a penalty in both cases. fill bidder will .xr. < titt and
Perry Lyons and.Mrs. Harold of Mrs. J. L. Johns were Hines of IMlc .nopy. don't fice.There the Uoarrt PubiroInHtrixtlnn ,
Gainesville were visiting children of Gainesville spent Homeowners who apply are also several businesses furnish '
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones celebrated his NOTIf} o r uradrnnf" '
for their exemption by April which haven't made Notice I I..* hereby given that County Ii'lorldii. 11 bOOS lesued
J Sherman Crosby In Gainesville 71 birthday. Mar. 11. We wish 1 will have to pay taxes on their 1966 tangible property coaled. hula will be received by, by th, IIlIr..IOI': i mpany 41ottnnail .
I \ Sunday.Mr. him many more. the Hoard of' Public Instruction to rt<> hu.ln.'u "n. Plorl" -"
,
the tax exemption
$5,000 ,
and Mrs. R. B. Crosby, returns Long' noted. Failureto of' Bradford County, Florida tin and llatnd, by th Unit....'
II which amounts to about $75 meet the April 1 deadline at the office of' the Superintendent State Treasury, Oopartmeilt
Where can. bank :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Public Instruction *
you FFA NEWSThe or $IOO if the resident lives there will result In a 10 per of Ceunty P.O. a. aocapablB.. for llto" )f thV
of Bradford (10),
and Mr:!. Kenneth Williams contract prlco. within urn
m ,* I in the City of Starke. Taxpayers CJnt penalty. Ilox 030. atlirke. Florida up to days after ling awarded the
tH VJt&g I were In. Gainesville last Thun- Bradford Chapter FFA will be subject to a About $110,000 in 1966 TSO: pm. (KHT) on the day. ufMarch contract. Si..Id l bond iruararfteulnff -'
21. 1087 for the oon- ,
day.We placed second in the State! three per cent penalty:/ and It property taxes Is still unpaid tructlon ofJ3radfort the. perfii-rmanrt, payment -
in the middle I of wilil bond ''i i' paid.l 1. -,...
I were very glad to see Livestock Judging Content on could add up to 13 per cent If Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reports % Union Area KJenter Vo.c..tlon..1 by the Contraftui ,,K
Mrs. Laura Royals of Plant Saturday, March 10 in Games sale. Technical No bidder may withdraw hisbll
the land for
goes up .
not counting the 65. atarke, Florida .
*r1f w wasw ****" *aa.4e City, Mrs. Elva Lee Jones of vllle. The 1.SS3 .. bid hall. be for a period f thirty
score was Tax Assessor Gene Long 000 owed by the five timber t which time ((30)) ,1"". after thi I Ian .etfor !.
Lake Wales, And Mrs. Rosa points. mailed second notices Friday opened .and read aloud. Any opening than or
firms currently awaiting the the peel- '
and Mr. and Mrs.Albert bId. received after The contractor will (he required
Thomas
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of the night Mae ''We missed the State's Live fled Urn and date will not .
decision 0: Circuit Judge to cimipled Haul<1 project -
Norman of Gainesville\ '
stock Champs by four points. be considered.Plaitri. within the tilt,.' lei( fortnIn
John A. H. afterasking
-. at church Sunday night. They The top .team, Dade City; had Donald J. Stuart I Murphree specifications and be con examined hi. bid. -
that assessments be tract documents may .
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of The iiicreflnful bidder. If any, ,
all former residents
are 1,860 point. The top man was In the office of Don
Services HeldIn reduced.! will be notified wlthli' five
Bayless HIway. Seemed like Travis Wynn with 285 K. Morgan Architect 2248 bid lit '
the
) points. ., ((6)) ilayi afti-r
old times to see all of them.L. The Bradford Chapter placed New York Collections to date total .Hwy.. 1?,follows.Orange: I'.rk.01'1,11.\ Brceptud, The Rouj,, 'd nf PUDVtJ-i**.
$449.454 of a total tax roll unit as lie InstructIon ..if' nralrotl.' : ..
I A. Crosby and sun, Jimmy fourth In. the Forestry Field I. F. W Dodito, Corporation. 'rhfc"rjuht
Co-nnly. 'I"ld." "i'Ivan
VL1)1IHERE were in Wachula Saturday Day on March 9 at the Austin Donald Jay Stuart 54 of for 1996 of $629,568. Those 2. Onlnosvllle Jacksonville I ,Finn 1.'lorhll.Kiiiim. ii. r.'Jcl l .11.'. 'nil( all! ,,_'
buying tobacco plants. The Cary Memorial Forest near Starke died ) missing the April deadline I1l1lne"Vllle.orld.\ .. Wnln ,and. inviiK. ,in' ,ln> ...

II I farmers are all busy. setting Gainesville. March 8, In a WednesdaY'1: ] must pay a three per cent S. Duytona Ueach. Beach flan. fnrmalltleMTUB HOARD HF ..

I tobacco and gathering strawberries James Allen, Reporter after a sudden Illness. He I penalty. If the land I noes up Room Florida Daytona Pl'IUJIC lS'i'fRIT..IOSHit : ''" '
for sale this \IFOf"OIN'I'V., '! .
spring for non- "
"PfoJ'II"U'\TIO'i
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now. Bradford Chapter was born In Elmira N. Y. on LA'SM: ,\
payment of taxes it will cost PIIOtIIlE: : :>ii':>'rt P'I.OItILJ'I'h"m"( -
I I-. ease I itulieritlt.'I
March 26, 1912, anti was a A. nKNKKAi: CONTHACTOI13:: "
STORY HOUR member of the Methodist an additional':! five per cent Upon requent. and receipt $ Tent.
AT TilE LIBKAKV for the sale plus five percent or $60.DO deposit. of General 41 8-lt
the Masonic
Church and,
I Contractors two ((2))
Interest plus
advertisingcosts.
GRAHAM Lodge. Mpts of planM and specifications -
"Brer Rabbit" folk tales will
his wife. Florence for each project
Surviving Is
will be the theme for Story be forwarded. express colJtjrt -
Because you can bank here BY H.... John Welch Stuart of Starke: If plans. and Bpeclflcatlons FLORiGATH :
SpencerGraham
Hour to be held at the Pub- Mrs. Carol New-I IN COUNTY jrnoE-a' !: COURT, are returned I In rootl
MAIL at any hour of any day or night... lie Library on Thursday, a daughter IN AND FOR BRAl>KOHDCOITNTV condition within five ((5)
of Security, Colo.; one hlda.I .
burey FIA1RIDA. day* after ret'elpt if
March 23 from 3:30 to 4:15
through your nearest mailbox or chute. Askor : son. Norman E. Stuart, New' In r..: Estate or I tha full' niipcwlt will be re- EATRE .
Church
Baptist p.m. Miss Veda Fish, too cur WAI/TEH!: F. HCHMlnT.) funded. -
write us for our free Eanking-by-MaU.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn rent North Florida Strawberry Baltimore, N. Y.; a sister'I demeaned! B. SUH-CONTRACTORH. VEN-

forms right nowJFL.ORIDA) ing: Worship 11 ...m. EveningWorship Queen will' be the special Mrs. Helen Reynolds! of Elmira All voncH'creditor TO CHKoiTom of the estate DOltS Ktc.: *: For to plans subcontractor andspuclflcatlon Shuwtlme-Wtckdays 7- -

7 p.m. storyteller. All children, agos Heights, N. Y., and two of Walter F Hrhmldt, drueuNv vendors. etc the Sunday 3:00, Saturday 'ITI:.*
The Easter program and egg 6 to 9, are Invited to altenJ. I grandchildren. are hereby notified and r..iul| ,dupoHlt will be Sixty Dollars --
lId tn rile any clnlm or dmanilH ((10000) plus 3% sale
held
hunt will be 3:30 Easter Funeral services were' -
at
: p.m. which they may hove tux If the plana. anil TIIUUS.. Fill.. SAT. J ;
Sunday. Everyone la In- I In Elmira N. Y.. with Interment aicalniit mild nutate In th. or- specifications. are returned.
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vited. Contact Mrs. Jean Le- in the family plot in flee or tlie, county Judge or I In good condition within I MARCH 16, 1i"t' "*.
Uiadfnrd, County Florida. In five ((0)) days otter receiptof
fevers Mr. Berry Dyal Jr. Colored Citizens I Maple Grove Cemetery. De- the courthouse at Htark. bids the refund, will be Double Feature I'rogram--' j
or Mrs. Lex Baker If small Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home Florida. within .1"! calendar Thirty Dollars. (IJOOO) plus
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NewsRECREATION from the of the tax. Deposit check shall. be '
( : children, are to attend. was In charge of I local) arrangeinents. month date Monkey Business
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llftfKK' ,1\\11'\ "St'' .lR"'K'E h
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Homecoming will t>e Sunday on
April 2. Arrangementswill '

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group 'be announced later. basketball New Pine Hill '. Wheelsf'!
The first Reno
The community was saddened 301 DRIVEINOPEN ;,0'j
tournament will be held Friday Methodist ChurchTo .
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. by :the- loss of our and Saturday. March 17- 1 .-..... ,
neighbor. I.. E. Ratliff who Be DedicatedThe .
,passed away at work In St. 18. starting at 6:30: p. m. The

opening game will be between of the 7:00: -SHOW TIME 7:15
building
__ new ...
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-:4 : j--r :- Reno and Palatka Recreation Pine Hill Methodist Church, ADMISSION. : Adults 75c Students 60e
Centers. At 7'30. RJE will
; 1 mile west of Starke on the Children Under 12 Free I
I AREA : play Macclenny and at 8:30: Brownlee Road, will be dedicated I II .....

BUSINESS DIRECTORY play Gainesville Jacksonville Recreation Recrea will Services Sunday will, March start 19.with FlU., SAT., SUN. MARCH 17, 18, 19BATTLIEUI

tion. At 9:30: Anderson Recreation -
: Sunday School -at 10 a. m..
the Gainesville
will play
at 11 by the
and preaching
Boys Club. 1 Rev. Humphrey of Warner BrfisJsuper :

AUTO: SALES&SERVICE Farm and IndustrialEquipment MEN'S WEARL Two games are scheduledfor Mocclenny.pastor Dinner will be /

I'PAINT & GLASS Saturday starting at 2:30p. : after I
the grounds
served on
& L Men's Shop m. The preliminary game the morning service. action))
will be at 7. and the championship show
Jeep Jeepster Florshelm. Shoe_ There will be' singing In
Santa Fe Tractor Liddell game at 8. with special of
Plso Pluma Suits Paint & the afternoon shows
There will be a pre-game
Fsjnalj* of 4 Wheel DriveS Inc. Ladles Sports Wear singers from Macclenny. :
ceremonial starting at 8
Arrow Dress ShIrt. Glass Co. p. m. WALTtJISNEY\\ ::
ro all Friday. The public Is Invitedto ON DEAN'S LIST I
RAMBLERRidgway IS W. University, Gainesville" KTANIZE PAINTSGUunMlrrersSlldlnf I
Bollinger
Farm Tractors) .A Implements attend. Miss Mary

Motor Co. Ford. Industrial Equipment Door- No City League game will daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. I opjey '
USED EQUIPMENT MOBILE HOMES Tub Enclosures-Shower bore. be played Saturday morningdue O. Bolllnger of Starke. has I HENRY fDNDA.ROBERT SHAW, ROBOilRYAIil-DlUEIlV-!; PIER ,
Wlndow..Awnfna'Carpet..Wallpaper.SaretreDt
ma a Main SALES PART SERVICE! to tle) Reno Recreation been named to the Dean's
MUSTANG AN aJ'BARBARA WERLE BRONSIJN'fIANS GOIIOME!
Oaiae.viUe 172-1433 PICK UP A' DELIVERY! Tournament. List for academic excellence J GEORGE[MONTGlJMIRHY IlARDlN-CHARlfS .

4488 N.W. Sixth GalnearlllePhon Mobile Homes Inc. ConsnltaUon.IIS There will be a Hop Satur. during the first semester at CHRJSJlAl1BUIH.: WERNER PmRS.JAMES MrdR1IIIJR and TBlY SAVAlAS m,,
376-2548 N.W. Sixteenth St. day night after the final William Carey College. Hat. I
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tWoS It|Wai ptutJ. wnu HUM D run*nmu.suios VSIJ''MM Cute
GsJnesvllle'B Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE *73-81.l game. All teenagers are In- tlesburg. Miss. Now III her ---- \e ami.sees. n mmsiii...usito! nun ficium.' me.nnmuiu.m*nuuHmom* ,:' !:e
BRASINGTONCADILADLDSMOBILE. she made a 3.55
GARDEN SUPPLIES Home Sales Lot. vlted' to attend. junior year i/4. 44t3 aa

Purchase discounts on entire Director Jackson Is grateful average out of a possible 4.0 PLUS ,,xIuCnIcOt0N4

chain guarantee huge savings.Inga. GLASS to all the boys for the .'*e.'e _

Inc. Johnson & Faris Inc. wonderful help In the tourna please send the children to

: BALE3 &: SERVICE: NEW MOON' CAPEUA ment. practice on time. "The Battle of The PLUS -
held at
Cars PACEMAKER: University Glass Games are being Easter Sunrise Service will
Pin' Selection of Used Complete Line of
7Jcen On Cadillac Trades IEEDS-PlANT&-, Used IMobHe! Homes Low & Glazing Co. Inc. the Reno and Recreation on. be held at Greater Allen WALT DISNEY'S
441 Priced. With approved credit Monday Friday nights.All Chapel AME Church at 5 a.
S*.l N.W.I3U.. Kt. DRAG RACERS"Buy
rUONK 378-5301 In.eeUclde.-Pe4" BOPPMMFERITLIZKJUI! low an $100 down. MIRRORS teenagers are Invited1 to m., Easter Sunday. The! public

: 4820 N.W. Uth St. 441 North S AUTO GLASS attend and enjoy the summer is Invited to attend. 1

'We Bent Fertlllxeir Sprvaderi' GalnesvlHe. S78-1348<< fun. "Mysteries ,.
Tub Enclooare Bhowerl ENGAGEMENT
CALL COLLECT
224 N.W. 8th Av. ,
I CRANE.LlNOOLNlURCUK'1r. Doors Store Front Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSue 1-

PHONE >72- 47f 1319 S. Main Oainettvlll announce) the engagementand Of The Deep"

!: O& .. .. PIa MotorcycleaScootereCYCLERAMA S76-9051 approaching marriage of .

their daughter, Irene to
1 Authorized Sales A Service: ,
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Irvin Kelly. son of Mr and
004 B. University OalneMVUlal".Mn. GLASSGAINESVILLE SUN.. :MON., TUES. _
Motorcycles SEWING :MACHINES Mrs. Edmoud Kelly of Gain
: ". 372UGECrane's :' LeSabte.YOtl'll MARCH 20 21
YAMAHA esville. The wedding ulll be a 19, ,

.BIIW an event of Saturday, Apr.
National Sewing 29. at the home of Mr. and

Volvo (Mercedes-BeiM Imports) "EVERYTHING GLASS CO.IN, GLASS INC. SALES ACCESSORIES' SERVICE Gainesville Machine Co., Inc. Mrl. Leo will DeSue follow Sr.the A cere reception get a Buick: and 29 extrasyou

FIAT-IWJ2stAN 615 W. Unrwmlty
Store Fronts Mirrors 378-2811 New Home Pfaff, Nelco} mony.' Alt friends and relatives .

330! N. Main GainesvIlle! Windows Sliding Glass UnIversal Sewing Machines are Invited.HEROINES for.

_Phone 372-4373 ; Doors Tub Enclosure Sale A: Service OF JERICO never bargained

3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. MOVERS Nearly New Units $3. monthly! Palm Sunday will be observed -

Bcaaty Academy Gainesville 37208l Budget Terms Available : on March 19 at 3 p.

__ Loni Distance Io.mc 611 W. University. OalnesvUlt, m. at New Hope Baptist Delcotron generator 220 hp 340-2 V-8
Local Drayage 378-l3 & Church. Rev. L. W. Moeley
IRON ORNAMENTAL Full-flow oil filter
Reusable cleaner
POWELL'S Storage PaeIdnC- orating S air
pastor. The Masonic family
Shipping and sisters of the Eastern e Glove compartment light Padded sun visors E
Beauty Academy Ornamental irOn FREE ESTIMATES CALL windshield Heater and defrosterand
TILES &: PAINT Star will be guests. The public Dual speed wiper
la" Tour Steel Stair I Is Invited. windshield washer'' Upper instrument panel pad
MOVING
JLetrn Profeailoa HILL'S
Fabrication, & Erection of
ep.r Ttoe. Full or Part TIme* Light Structural Steel CHURCH NEWS e Deluxe steering wheel Plunger-type door lock L-

DAT ,A EVENING CLASSES Miscellaneous IronSteel & Storage, Inc. rLINTKOTK TOJB The Convocation of the Crank.operated vent' Seat belts front and rear .

Low Tuition Terms IMO N.E. Waldo R4. Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt Church of Ood In Christ] windows Back-up lights

M N.W. 10th Ave. Products Co. Gainesville 872-4371 Floor FinJablnlr, Products Temple In Gainesville started Smoking set; rear seat Front door.operated courtesy
S7-J76CQNCHETE 83 N.W. 23rd Blvd.. Gainesville IItRPETWALLPAPER Tuesday and will continue
OsJnesvflU ash trays light
3725381JANITOR'S through Sunday, March 19.
MUSIC e Magic-Mirror finish Dual side armrest front and
is
The pastor asking all organization
PRODUCTSINSIST Tenney Tile & Paint to fulfill their C Dual-key locking system rear
SUPPLIES Lipham Music Co. Step-on parking brake
THAT ALL YOUR 2233 N.W. .tn at.G obligations and attend 8S Carpeting

CONCBBTE paODCCTS GalsiMvai. Shopping Ctr. &ln vUl. 37S-13O3 many! meetings as possible. Outside rearview mirror 15-inch wheels ... :
372-0333 Elder D. R. Williams, lubed front
FBOWEdward' Spence pastor. C Finned brake drums / 6000-mile
BEST
ARE THE: 110 N. W. 10th. Avenue
Allen
Greater AME

Building Chemical Supplies Baldwin Authorized Pianos it Organs TRAVEL Church Rev. L.Chapel A. Sampson C. Self Dual-adjusting horns brakes suspension Directional signals and lane a...nis ose Perl Lid Merle SCeati' Travis Owe Iii ..m-:.,....
Janitorial Supplies Clean- pastor. Sunday School 10 a. "
Guitars Gibson Goya change signal
Supply Inc. lag Chemicals Wax Drums Ludwig- Sllngerland, m. with. Supt. F.' B. Delestre e Cross flow radiator M SIAIUR t ii rHlRS'BOorS RANUOPU.

: Broom. Brushes Mops Feuder Standard Amplifiers House of Travel or acting superintendent .w STONY.HF...so.tOIR Q.OGGERS_PETE i_DRAKE.._......
724 s. Main-372-4844 Buckets Restroom Supplies Carolyn Thomas in charge. ._ .v wwabon4 '.
O..uNmVIU& ?LA. : & Hqulpment! Office Equipment Funeral service for Mrs. NO.BARCAIN BAUGAIN AT THE BUICK VALUE CARNIVAL. = r.:;.,taNwj'Cee1.
INC. BEST
707 BB ted erttlle S72-S186 Rosa Lee Byrd will be.held at GET TilE
Hancock OfKc AIRLINES' !
MOTORSELECTRIC 11 a. m. Sunday with Rev. "
ELECTRIC Wednesday. Thursday-
'
LADIES WEAR EQUIPMNNPBmithCoronsAuthorlied STEAMSHIP I L.. A. Sampson officiating. March 22 23 -..
The Choir Union will be held GM

Dealer R. R.Iletolst .I at Kopewell AME Church In

Motor Repair Co.Of Cherry'iOL1nes1fl.I Clatr-. Vfeter-TvialUAddin Cr Reatat:, Providence at 3 p. m. All **M-O-M'f. 1IOOIST MUSICAI'JHOWIfeClNEMASCOPtl

MBwvU1. IB Most Fashionable Machine Calculator.. No Ctuagf For Oar SerHo members and friends are Invited San SI............ 5

KwtaaaigKev Address For Dpdles SALES -SERVDCT- BJDTTALf Weekdiqr 8SO: to 5:0: to attend. Evening' .

fUpsjrtnr and Used DIaESSES-SVTTS-COATS SAVE TIME: Discus :raw 8... I .. 12. service st 4 p. m.. message by SEVEN [BRIDES: .-

WORK CrUAKANTKKD 710M MATERNITY WEA24CCSORIES requirements. with us firs*. the pastor. BUICK CO. tOft SEVEN%K07HfftS '

a. Main Gain* TrlUe 82' N Main St. Gainesville MIS W. University AT*. Easter practice Is being GREEN ,

7 W University _Gsine.vW. Phone 371-5551 CklnMvUle 7.-1801 held each Tuesday and JANEPOW01-KQWAI.9KQL

Phone S7531I Thursday at S p. m. at the 132-134 N. Court St., Starke
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THURSDAY.!' MARCH .1*. It|TAP
JTIT> nil\1 FORD corNTV ,TELEGRArU STARKK FLORIDA ... .
PALE TEN '''. .: .. ..;....
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: Cadets f' .ST. PATRICKS' DAY SPECIAL! SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS

lave InspectionCadet .


|Un Inspected Col. Robert:! Lhe E.Starke Mar- .

cadets. along w'h. l.t Wlu- CORNED BEEF ROUNDS f1 COR
terns ay$ the > IB: txlnht ,
meeting of the Clvi. Air t">a-
itrol on March 7. PERFECT FOR
A discussion was held on r CORNED BEEP
the possibility of a v/eokend p AND CABBACl2
blvlouac. During' the meetlns BRISKETS .r' 18
fit,was learned that the scholarship *. ...!..... ,
held by Cadet Col.
Robert K. Martin at the Unl-
Iverslty of Florida was obI I SUPERMARKETS .
tamed through the Civil Air ,
(patrol.
The CAP develops 'dynamic: "" "
.,
'
I Americans and aerospace ', p E'X''T' 'A-- SII'IIIII!! ;' !! WITH THIS COUPON ,.
j leaders through a regular : : II'f5IJI!"''''' QIi! R" FAIR.:
I course of aerospace educa- I .\\t"' | 2EXIRATAMroNS\\.'.:.LfFfia la"'nl&l& AT FOOD *.,. 19* !*.) 4 t
tton. moral leadership phy j |: BON I US' 1 IB. PACKAGE MARIAC FLORIDA GRADE *AFRESH (Whole sagged .,

|steal fitness. .. llSK3! WtH5't'' iP Jt'f.ffll PEET-PAC DOG FOOD r ,
In addition special activities
j for selected; cadets Include:I BOX OF 10 > IN THE MEAT FREEZER CASE 1.i
I leadership physical fitness COUPON EXPIRES 3-19.67-LIMIT Stewing e ; /it itSa.w.
I In addition special nr.tivltles; PLUS FREE I
| for selecttd cadets include: ,
I International Air Exchange
I Cadet Flying Encampments ONLY 43c '
1 Soaring Powered Flight 1 1I 1. HE NS Ib' :
I Jet Orientation Courses, ,,
.
j Space Age (Missile Orlen a- ;' _,...B a.Mw__ + 4i r ,/ I f
t101Course Aerospace Age .
J Orientation Course for Fe- .
male Cadets Federal Aviation I All Health and _S FOOD FAIR U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF (Bars \4< lb.) L
Agency Orientation Pro- 4 "

[bases gram,, Encampments Field Trips, Academic at USF Beauty Aids Priced LT1 ;

I Scholarships, and Fllghl6cholaxshtps CHUCK L1 ;
[ Check with your teenager Lower .Everyday! C : 4 4KOTEX

j about the Civil Air Patrol
[ Many opportunities 81e.open _
I to them.0. .- : a u. ;
M, Turnernlformatlon officer. KRAFt /

SANITARY n 00 .

[Group Insurance .
I NAPKINS ri SAVE 1U I!. D.5. CHOICE
Is New
ConceptFor rte- '

( ServicemenM. / BOXES OF 12 --. ., ROUND \80"1 ROAST .. to '8c. :

T Dixon of the Fla. ._. SAVE 11* IB. U.S. CHOICE 'ROLLEDBONELESS I 1 y i I .
I Dept. of Veterans Affairs announced -
( POT ROAST 1878Cu : : ,
I today that when /I1c ;
i President Johnson'slined' : .' (1.f :/ J \ 1
Serviceman's Group Life Insurance SAVE lit! W. U.S. CHOICE \ I
into effect, this lesU'Oatlon : ;: '
'* capped the iutroductlcm REGULAR SUPER + BEEF RIB ROAST . LB SSc i iC
of a completely:new concept '"""
> in insurance protection 2/89/ {ELSEWHERE I LEAN MEATY 1opr >< 1 ;

i croup for servicemen.life Insurance Servicemen's 11s, a 5)C. PORK i'RIBS . 49<4;1:
.
joint government and private : ? -7t J1
, Insurance company partner SAVE SOON 3 IBS. FOOD FAIR
,
1 ship venture offering low _
i cost life insurance to. 1.. all FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 us $1.29 ]
members of the Armed 1
'r1
'
:Forces. Administration .COLGATE 30 0L "
100IMOUTHWASH
10 HERMAN'S ALLSKINLESS "MEAT
SAVE *
payment by the of commercial claims are;handled insurance I aZe'; FRANKS . u ..59c.' ; .

company acting as primary '! $IinyVHERE_ .. *1
Insurer under the ..81pervislon ,
13 or.
o* the Veterans LANOLIN PLUS i'
fOOD FAIR FKSHCOTTAGE

Administration.Dixon said ..the total .amount }*HAIR usnvmM SPRAY.! ,';jH Ai 4 50 C: '' R 't. D SAND.OFIOSTASSORTED CHIPPED MEATS 3 ox. ptcg.: 29# CHEESE. lb. cup 33i!" .. .
of Insurance force '
to presently estimated at>$33 'SECRET SPRAY a O%. SAVE BEEF.AZALEA FRANKS PURE 12 or. pkg. 49(: FOOD FAIR FMSHCOTTAGE CHEESE 2 lb. cup 59 !
billion It Is re-lnsureil on.-a .
formula basis, prescribed' by i.DEODORANT 69C SAW 10< AZA1IA rUM,011C SAVE 50* COOK OMK IEEP $1.791 I t tI
the Veteran Administration I,1' ELSEWHERE SMOKED SAUSAGE .8 0%. :39) CUBE STEAKS 2J4 lb. pkg. ,

'With approximately. companies 540 participating 'commercial -' : [I I PONDS ANGEL S'/.O%. I SAVE MiSOFT FYNI.IID I SAVI 174! HASH FROZEN OCIAN 1 1o'

with 99 per cent,participation tl t t t SKIN LOTION 53c 4 OLEO. 2lb.. cups 2/69 PERCH FILLETS 3 Ibs. $1.00 1 1r
by ,
actlire I
o' '594 FISEWHEAE 0
the program has 1i t f
been> an Impressive ------
success; -------------- '

an operative excellent sharing example of responsibility 01'co-- i:-1! jJ M\.L clulnll. J'J't: / / J JSAVI j

between governmentand ......u.M
private, industry Dillon, FREE -TR.: :
said. : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ; CREAM PIES ORANGE .
wnxpn.o +
Incendiaries g 8"FOOD FRESH FAIR BAKED BLUEBERRY a I 3 FOR 89 JUICE

Smokers Set i "._"''''0'''CREME/,1OUNC PIE,.Y1 wixwMrrK,, ..UY 73! .,
February Fires =!!=::=:=: d .

Smokers and Incendiariesare ': I M.rchlnfs J i: 6 CAN oz. 1 0 C

credited with 18 of IT for. OIlUH.- !lOt est fires set In Bradford j FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS I SAUCEI"
County during February according c GREEN STAMPS ,
: .to .the Florida Forest 5 1 WUH nut COUKM*ta naauat or S i
Service.! :!!. ctI9: 2-1 LB PKGSFLEISCHMANN'S 15 or.
; 1 2 39c ,
But the 17 fires burned only CANS -
7O4 acres. County Ranger J. : ..__...,..J .JdfSSHHTJSi.4Sii .: MORTON FROZEN ASSORTED
.. .
.. ........ J-'w'
C.other Prevail fire was reported.started The burnJndebrl& one ..._____-____rolu______-_-_--_-_-. MASHED BEO.1/2S YAM YAMS IAIAYA 17"oz.: can 10 POT PIES 5 :KS.-. $1.00

t. :I3:1: MerdIM1I, :
Through Feb, 23 this year a SAVE* MARSHMALLOW Ckf Ml
total of 43 forest fires had : On.H: __r : HIPOLITE 16 0%. Jar 19
_
burped 3385: : acres Of that rnee EXTRA : 1
= MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS i I SAVE K! OREIN GIANT 2/294 i FOOD FAIR
total 28 were maliciously a
started anumber. to. the Dim Wl" COWON.MO PUKMMi7a SWEET PEAS 16 0%. cans 4/$1 FROZEN WAFFLES 5 oz. pfcg.: 10ANTISEPTIC

total. number:' of fires over i < LISTERINE. a SAVI Mi OREIN GIANT SAVE 10< SARA III FEOIEN.Kme.ONNMIWMre.wMw.
the same period In 1066., (.g : 16 5/$1 CINNAMON ROLLS 8V& or. 59ft
n pI; POLE BEANS; CREAM CORN 0% cans
!!IlFRCB .
I ;:--------. .- 7 : : : SAVI W! ROSED All 29.>.CANS BOSTON IONNII FROZEN '
,'" Kt j : 3/$1 FISH STICKS 8 or. pkgs. 3/$1
dt-; '; BARTLETT PEARS ?
t ,. &1 I:I '' .
.
r yl tmc.town ,' : I: CASTER CANDY LOGS,CHICKS.RABBITS SAVE 10< FROZEN
Wit MCf" _'/[<'" MOM o.aaM ouw j 5 I lb. 79cV
FRIES bag
.
... .*MlfffO.... WUMMtfVAMIf E. EXTRAMIRCHANTS t MARSHMALLOW lb. pkg. 3 9.10 FRENCH .
MAflToirftBetter .,.. STAMPS IANQUET FROZEN 'J .,'
i) "':"1 """! .. GREEN ; i CASTER CANDY MALTIO MILK All VARIETIES

':0-: .... .. 7e.,>n/nn.olK.lr..wrcn..a.OR i4. <.. LYSOL SPRAY a VROBIN EGGS" 10 oz. pkg. 39.,. DINNERS; . reg. 39.

.
'Homos) Furniture' Co : DISINFECTANT ,5M : CHOC.CHIP, CHOC FUDGE PECAN PADDIES SAYS 10* D',SAUSAGK *r PEPPERONI' '
1200 8. Edg w.od.Ave. a. .. ........'0"..' _.(<_miTM VOUl fMOUUIMmlunto .. BAKERS COOKIES .. 14'OX. 3/$1 FROZEN PIZZA 16 0%. 7?
JacJuoBTUJe, Florida_ S22O5 I I.;:::::==!.: ::.::-:: I', oI

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, House of Carpets I I.I PREB EXTRAMERCHAHTSGjREEN otrUHe_ I.1, r / Jrv... 'lilfmL! BAKERY

Quality Carpets. Price at Budget : i.$ !! : !!!!.STAMPS A FANCY.EO KILN DRKO -
POTATOESCNOCOIATtCOCONl1TlIMONCHIESEt
YUe Np1p1M0/
:Expert: Installation In Starke a 9oz, JAR S JSWEET
iAr_ a.t No Extra Charge eo INSTANT COFFEE 27i .
534 N.. Alain Gainesville i.M AfimnCM fO H tVAMM VCMI Mf int MI*::.-=M'. !* A 3. 39' -
.. LBS
37IH: 39SI f .__-____-___iii322-67____ ___-__-_-_ LAYER CAKE

I.. .
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MwdlalN" FIRM GAFFN .f 16 oz.
a.wM.rAr.*tl I: f CABBAGE lb. S ONLYISUIOAF 65
** : -
: FREE! EXTRA -<
ANCY RED DELICIOUS) ,
: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.. : APPLES lb. 19". ". .1 jBf"FRENCH "
ANO PUKHAU 0.9ox
V 4 ; WltM tMN PKG COUtOM HYGRADE : STICK. o nly. 51'' :
', CRISP RC9>> -
irWIN! PAKPOTATO ,
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RADISHES . cello pkg. S
CHIPS. see ? .._- .
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JlUllSDA-Y._ MARCH 18. 1967 ___m_ BRADFORD_ roUNTV TELROAPIh IITARto! FLORID_ P\GItE .-FLEVE: ,...


: __ Holy Weeks ,
: z T w1ci '
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( I Services Set ..


r. _____ r FOOD FAIRPRESENTS Holy Week services will be

held in the First Methodist ,
Church at 13: noon each day .-
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March 2024. Pastors of tonal J
-
Churches will bring the messages ...;;
,, and choir from the
various churches will artlcl-

pate. ,
Services will be brief enough .. .,
U to permit working people to .",
have time for lunch after the
...
service. The public is Invitedto '
SUPERMARKETS attend dally. '"

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\iSLet's Go


p eV .Gardening :':



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1 By nerve Sharpe Editor:
I Flurida' Agricultural Kxtciwlon ,'. .u
) Service

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In spring trees are like some
o : H I tickled young ladles both ,"
: I
r- take on annual rings. '
But trees are different because "':
they can't become engaged ..r
\c( quarrel and return --' ...

their rings. ....

unhappy}However:one!trees sltfh if can they become can't ...'.".."....
get food to sustain thlr annual ,
LI'MB THE growth rings. So to keep .. -'....;.:..
; i& ; your trees! engaged In growing '

rings, feed them. .,,,
Like humans, trees nf.'ed. "" ..
hearty breakfast after a long
winter nap.1"eedtng h'
trees Is simple. Start
Of the Job with a crowbar or a
\ length of 314 Inch!) pipe _
For trees with trunks lees ,n... a
than six Inches In diameter. on..
punch holes under the entire .
canopy 13 Inches deep at IS- ._' :
''N.fi. Inch intervals and apply three
.
pounds of a garden fertilizer "'
r in the holes. Two applications .. ...
,
per year are recommended. "I"
One 'now and another in the -
fall. "' ed
.
-"
For trees larger than six Inches -
In trunk diameter apply .--
......
I five, pounds per tree.
..
For azaleas camellias crotons .
Fire hlblaous. gardenias, "",
shrubs hedges and other ornamental

plants, make four application ,......
per year.' Apply one
to m pounds of fertilizer! to "
,,,,
100 square feet of planting per >.I)
application In late spring
summer winter and early" "'.
spring. The late spring application .0-:0:
.
is due Water
now.
) ..
f plants spread the plant nutrients -
-
......
and then water the plant .
food materials in.Azaleas --
''and camellias need ............
special acid type fertilizer so
..
be sure to feed: them the right

Y formula or 'they may become ., ..
fertilizer sick.'t""'.
JOOO Annuals and perennials need
three applications of one to ",.,,,,
one and one-half pounds of -
....
6-6-8 fertilizer per year tor ...
each 100 feet of plant- -
square


; PLAY 10 GAMES AT 1 TIME I E8-E :4 f fus, soda the planting Ings.Make growing., or other one time season.sources and application two Nitrates of during inltro-,,: of at "."..."?".:.".


,... ...
gen are needed in spring and ,." .
In summer at the rate of one- "
/ half to one pound per 100-

A INSTANT PRIZES GALORE t i square feet Killing of plantings.Weeds r....;

x 1 : Controlling weeds with __
chemicals Is easier than dancing -
jIT'S the twist because. It takes ... .'.
only one turn. This is the turny
I of a spray nozzle. _>oJ
,
EASY TO WIN Chemical 1 wed control adds _
a touch of piofesslonalLsm to -
4, the task once performed by ""

Get the 1 2 3 4 5 with .1 the hoe. It requires less work aura...
I I or game slips ; and little or no sweat. ,-. .
But don't become overcon.1'
numbers that give you a straight line fident dn using the chemicals. "
This could: spell doom to beautiful .
(across or up and down)in any one of the !' ornamentala as well as
the undesirable plants. ..w.
A I I' 10 game mountains on your game card. Growth regulators such, as -
3.4-0; :2. 4, a-T and MVP. wrj
rx even in very small amounts "
For example, in the $1,000 game mountain may injure susceptible plants. .
'Thes materials are weed!! killer ....
illustrated above there are 4 But remember they can- _.... I
i A j I I j i no'b distinguish between weeds .... :
p p p '
and non-weeds.
horizontal ways to win and 5 vertical I Do not apply 3, .4D within _
seVeral feet of sensitive
plants
ways ,to win. With slip #130 you are ''such as most garden plants -

flowers and,., :' ornamentals. COY- ..

____.____ _u __ an_.. _Instant...._u. winner.nnn _. .! ,'r a', flowers and shrub with
j, ,.,t. paper or plastic befora spray- ,,
ing. Use extreme care ,to pre- '
vent the chemical from reachIng

MIAMI HOLIDAY FOR 2" ':CLIP THESE BONUS GAME SLIPS ,ornamentals le.chlne'lnto through the soil driftIng or-- -..


AT THE FABULOUS TO START YOU WINNING TODAY! during by, running a heavy on shower the surface of rain. --.-

Apply' weed killers on a calm _
k day because wind-blown -
DIPLOMAT MONEY MONEY chemicals can injure plants allover .
MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN the neighborhood. I. ..
s."A Jockionvlll. DlvUlan JacliaenvllU DlvUtan, 'even: on calm days use low ,,_..
pressure-30( to 40( pounds per
all your non-winning slips for a grand -- square Inch and nozzles 'with .....:
tfffOIi. .& out ..,.
openingsthat put
00 large : i "
drawing at the end of the game period. : ',1t uS1'AJ., MOl N.'JA coarse: sprays rather than fine ......

more slips you save the more chance ,,1 9: l <}S'', mists.Before using any chemIcal-,

have of winning a 7-day expense-paid weed kilter Insecticide or fun- -
l'C'' & 1I ''h;: qN. tUN"fltI, : Idbe 1'.a.d and
,"''GJI'J ,1 sure to
rt
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"Miami Holiday for 2" at the world-famous ; follow the Instructions on thechemical

h Diplomat Hotel and Country Club. : $8 mE I container.: "' ow

\ Tim flOUT POtNT fo;' the

V/JirCH/ OUR'' NEWSPAPER ADS FOR MORE BONUS GAME SLIPS select BROOK your fawitata favorite: Ten ESTER:TELJE-: : =--

:. '\j, way you write. Come 1 ta aa4 =-

Wl WinJI! OBAPH.A'ClaMtflod A4 ta elM-TUSORATU -

here's! Nollmit TIwNuinhiexAitPrizesThatYou Can ,tolanI. ..... ...


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I'm AGE TWELVE .. _'_' BR.-\DFORJ1_ rotrv-rr' TEtrnnArn. STARKK.: FL01nnA T1ItTIt'lDt\Y!' MARCH IS.. 19117: I


sons, Kiwanis, and a director: Anders. All LI.NIIu'||( '"'> of Ihn estate of rt.rflre address. of the claimantand
Mutt. P Ghihagun. ., dnieamtd" mUll! be sworn to by the '
of the Bank of Tavares. Mm. W. *1. Pringle and Mr. I iirt* hnrnhy notlflod and re- claimant hln agent, nr his attorney
I Mrs. Ruby Sullivan of The- and Mrs. Btrchflcld Miller und u I led In riln unv claim 01MiiandH or It will' become void

SPORTs-a J rettsa, and Mrs. Annabel Bo'l-' daughter, Mnrllynn. of Lenox, 3 HKauiHt" mild whkli entate they In rosy the .Ie,February..rdlnl( to 18 law., 1907It .

i I ling, of Providence, are among Ga. spent Tuesday of last i rue of the county Judtre,' ha'1 Kinmott dahag-an.
I his five surviving sisters and week with Mr. and Mis. L. M. Ftradford County. Florldti. L. Powell Qahaean.
the courthouffo at Htarke Co-Kxocutor; : of the
I brothers.LAWTEY. McClcllan.I ] us. within Nix taleiidar mo c---: from the dat(' of the firSt Mattle. P. ClamiKan. doo.
I Mrs. Uois Jolvin: and (titIg'.iter. I
I It
or tills n..tlLP ISach
........... '. vvyyyVV5 I publication THOMAS 4 PH2HCEa
Mrs. Dorothy Eady, were 'litltii or d tuand/ l must be InAiltlMK : J-0 North Temple Ave.
Garden 111 11:(c (',1,1)11.) must III., been 'ond place in Powdei Puff Sunday visitors of Mr. and iuid niuitt tale tbplutu biarke. Florida
StaysUndefeated I I or rualdcm ", and punt 3-D 4t 330STALlliWS
IH't lUll; MI I 1)11"1'1') in the last basketball. !Mrs. J. R. Ocvore. In the
'
II'" wiilfnnd( should push! Jane Crosby was high afternoon they called on Mr. I

Baldwin and Tel'wlllcgai' lor scorer for the Holiday Inn and Mrs. Leslie McClellan. T \

the top spotHurst with 10 points and Sharon By Knia: BliuirhHttl

For Title led In every quarterand Howcll matched her for Williams -
AAA..... ........A... CORNER'
took a 27-19 halftime! Jewell'y.Party TN TIIK t'Ot'NTY 'HCOtmT ,
OaiclPti' Restaurant undefeated lead Lairy Mercer with 21 The WSC3 met Tuesday IN: ANI!> Fold! HltATlFOHD -

league Chimpx: and points. and OI-CK Reddish Slated evening, March 7, at the COUNTY, VLOllJUA
In PO: KBtHtn: of
2nd place Bradford Barhoi with 17 led Hurst Shell. Church. Following the devotional K1ZZIK, MoWIliI A:III"" T"..-. OASIS LOUNGE
Shop mt\ for the 3rd time this while Joey Reese wls high for By Rec Dept. -- -- Mrs. H. C. Wainwright 1'IOTI' '''1 TO (:nl'l: >lTOII'l. I
LK.UifK: : ') CIIVMTIONS!'!, Ganli-n Restaurant let. All creditors of the estate of -
season and once again fan Terw lllegar with 18. For Cage LeaguesThe : row presented the Easter program Klnle l MoWUllumt. deceased. Your CLOSEST Spot For
were treated to an exciting Standings: Baldwin Chev. I (l-r) T Mullov T Strlfklnml, I>. Kld'r' K. ThoinuH. 2nd with those present taking- ar. her"l>y no-tlfliid! und r'"-

basketball contest. 0-2, Terwillcgar Motors. 4-4 Parks and Recreation I row (I-r) SI. S4'*tun. \V Strickland, Alln-iuly.. part.A. qiilrefl.ilemiinda to whl file<'h any they, claim,may hay or, LIQUOR WINES DEER

The Barbers,, loser' only to Hurst Shell 4-4. ana H C. group of Lawtey :MYF mrulnHt. nald .*tat<< In the <>f-
Department honor boys members attended the An- floe. of the county Judge of Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.
the Garden, seemed determinedto Wall 2-6 and girls of the Powder Puff. Bradford County, Florida. In the

end the season on a high ScheduleMar.: 16-Wall vs. Pigtail, Bantam, and Junior ', nual District Methodist Youth courthouse within nix. at calenilai Stark. Florida months I Friday and Saturday 9 A.M.::\ 2 A.M.
r First Church in .
at '
Rally
note by defeating the League Huist 7pm I Terwlllegar vs basketball leagues at the from the date of the first .
Champs .- but the Garden was Baldwin 8' 15 Starke Recreation Center Gainesville Monday evening.Rev. publication of tile notice. Bach SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST! :3 FIFTHS
determined to keep Kd Beck was the main claim or dnmand, mild, hi In I
Jimt 81$ .
Thursday night, March 16, at writing and muit. Stat ihplard ..
then .record unblcminhuJ jml Starke Builders npoaker. Those present were or residence. and pontofflcft OR QUARTS ,
these two factors made for 7:30: p. m. John and Pam Tye, Lamar address of the claimantand
All sponsors and coaches Ronnie must be ,xwnrn to hy the 8 Mi. South of Starke U. S. 301
nn interesting game.. Th !8 I'aml'WIU Wins Powder Puff of these leagues are Invited Priest, Linda and claimant. his .annul. or MB attorney on
nip and tuck all the way Crews, Madron and Cindy or It will become void -

with never more than ;5 points. Championship to attend. Duck, Brenda Jones, John Lee, according-February 20th."w., 1987.
trophies to Individuals -
separating the two tenin.i at League and Bobby Lapp. Mrs. R. E. JI:. a. niurncRKxecutor :
Staikc Builder's Supplies and sponsors nil] be of the Knlti' ifKilzle
any time. Lee and Mrs. T. V. Duck accompanied .: I
,
McWIMiimx. I KM .s.-i|
became the 1967 Champions presented at this event by '
Garden led for moat of 'he1st them. THOMAS: & PIKIICU: ( ),;
downing Conner Insurance Mayor Carl Hurst. Church Activities 203-5 North Tempts Ave, ServingFlorida:
half but in the rlo.lnff/ .Stark., Florida Since 1950
34-7. in the final rame of ;
Sunday
Grace Methodist:
minute of the opening >.Hod, First publication on 23rd any
the Barbers utilized the t fast the season. Friday. March 10. : Bantam Boys School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 of February .A. t>. 1967. 41iorgda 9n."ej
The Builder's lost only one 2-23 4t 3-16 fJreetng oervtcf. .
break to take over the lend I Title Taken a.m. and 7:30( p.m., Prayer

at Intermission 25-24 The game during the year while Circle Monday 9 am. Wednes. ....-.....- -.. ......................,...........
Barbers held onto this lead winning eight During the By Carp's TeamCarp'lI day p.m. Junior MYF follow. I
Ward the IN CCWNTY .rrixlE'8: ( (>fKT,
Sheryl was at 7
Practice
year. ed by Choir p.m.
until the final minutes of the
LKAil'K') nUN tIt-UI': Bradford Riirtx-r. (l-r) : l>. IN AND FOld UllAUFOUU
scoring leader averaging 21 Shop MYF.First .
game when Garden miitle their won tbe 1967 Bantam and Senior COUNTY, FUJIIIDA. Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
move and overtook theii: opponents pcints per game. Her highest Boys Basketball Championship -I "LIt'fln, John UilliiiiiiH, I. \Vllllams., JuinPH Williams" II. Baptist: Sunday School In MATTIFJ renutate: I*. aAKAQAX of

single; came total was 28. but had to wait until nl hlll). 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and docen eel. Eaves* Welcomes I.
In FI'lliay's gau.p.. Shoryl 8 Training Union 7 p.m. I\IOTH'.I 01' IMIOHATK Representative
The last t minute of I piny the last game to make sure p.m. TO AUL. I l'J'RslNM<( I I INTKKIJHTKJ :/ : : I
flaw the Barbers having to Ward again led her team to In double headers last Friday Midweek services Wednesday 8 > UN TIIK)( STATK OK HAlO I Ph. 961-5811 You ''and Your

commit fouls in an :attemptto victory. hitting the basket for right and Saturday morning: p.m.Church DfiCloDJoJNT: : : notified thata 122 N. Bay St. family to Your
You are hereby
gain, possewsion of the bull, IB/ iMlnts Dfbblo Clark was Carp's lost their game Frldai, j of God: Sunday written InMlrumvnt !purpurtInir Starke New Home

and the Garden taking advantage hl'-h' for Conner vlth 5 night to Koch's Drugs but School 10 am., Worship 11 to be Urn lam will ILlldt..lalll..t
I of unlit& d"II'nl| nan
points. and 7 YPE Wednesday -
of the charity shots to came back to down Oem a.m. p.m.. I been admitted to probate In

come: out on top. 4846. Mike The second game of the Jewelry. Saturday morning.t 7:30: p.m. Prayer serv- thl* court. You are hereby commanded The State of FloridaIt
'ick'nnd afternoon was a thriller as ice Friday 7:30: p.m. within six calendar
Sexton and Woody St.; I win the championship b3.1one ,in riiihii from thu.. 'I.IJI'P, '"u > ,li,,
paced the Garden att.iclc with Williams Jewe'rv von RI game over Koch's.In I Highland Baptist: Sunday first publication" of his noticeto < la: Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
11 points each. Uirut William. rque"kcr from HilHav? ,' Inn School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 appear In this court and
the first game :rrida' show cause, If any you can, To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
with 21 and John William1", 19-17. Holiday le-t at halftime night, Gem Jewelry 'got their a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir why the action of this. court
14, paced the Baibuu D-7 but Williams practice 6:30: p.m., Prayer servo 1-tdmittlnif' said
ehy" came back In the Jew-I offense rolling Drugs and 25-9.downedAndrews Briar ice Wednesday 7:30 p.m. hats'u".d.ehould not stand unre- you are new in the area, a phone

period to tie the game The Pastor, Rev. James /Theron A. Yawn
Baldwin Chevy Into the final period.l Johns was the hot shoote Walker. can be hrd on Sun COUNTY .1 UDtIN.I call will bring you a prompt visit
for the Gems with 13 points I I BRADFORD C'OONTV.-

Stays On Top By' vlntue 0 fth-lr win. Williams Ricky Bennett scored all of day Station at WZOK.1:30: p.m. over Radio FLORIDA. a.:1: It J. ," I from your local hostess. Please give !

1 Jewelry tied HolidayInn Andrews' points 'getting 9.
In Senior Boys; for 2nd place In the Mrs.: Edwin Padgett gave a TV COI'VTY .Tt'DllE: ('OUR,!' her a tall! She has maps and many

league and will play: one additional The second! game of the barbecue supper celebratingthe IN AND FOil IUtADIo'UIW)
Baldwin Chevrolet -- 80th birthday anniversary I'OUNTY, FLORIDA.7n free and wonderful for
contln-I Rame Tuesday, night/ was a good one, as first gifts you
ued Its winning: March 14 to detenu In"! sec- place Carp's met second ALL LKAni'K: TKAU: (l-r) : M. Allreiwly, 1\,. Sexton John of Mr. Padgett's nephew, MATTIE reEiitate P. OAHAQA.V of : ,
downing H. C. Wall 40-19. I Bruce Padgett, who has been decea ned. from local businesses.
ond place place Koch's Drugs. The UlllluniH, \ViIllunii* T. Piilinllno. Taladlno Man also I
OTICB TO CIIKDITOIIS
Baldwin didn't have much vIsiting them. Barbecued ribs
Donna Tllley led Williams pressure was on both team awurdnl, a trophy for lntll\l Idulil l ficorlnu honort.drews .
Insurance were
trouble with the with the trimmings acrv-
as a win was a must for boLl'squads.
off to a Jewelry with 8 points while ed ''to Bruce and his guests ,
Jumped
boys commanding as they 23-8 hf time Kelly Richards was high[ for The 1st period endedIn :! Drugs 341After: .! along with popcorn and of ft1PFI filr\: < ''lJf\ l77limlj} retS
the Holiday Inn with 9. a tie 3-3. but Koch's thee'umped leading by only two points at
.1 the special birthday ]
course

lead.Gary Hamilton tOOK high plies StandingsBuilder's I ILeavue: :; : Champs] Sup-8-1. halftime' 7-3 into and the led lead at the at halftlme cored Andrews, U-9. 23-6 Koch in out-the ,I cake.with balloons.John They all. enjoyed playing 'll J l.\IUHr..mQ!: J. eJi-J.iEI! !

scoring honors for :Baldwin'I Willlims Jewelry 5-4. Holiday end of the final two qual.terswInning :ast half to win gain away I I Tye, of Southern College -
with 10 points followed the game 18-14 vlth 34-15. James Williams
Inn 5-4 Conner Iris. 0-9.
_
his '
Is upending spring vacation
closely by William Eeoggins:: i I James Williams led Koch'f ed his team to victory[: !setting -
with his Mr.
,
parents
with 9. Jim Godwin and Billy with 7 points and Bernard 14 points while Ricky
Holiday Inn Wins I and Mrs. J. C. Tye, and Pam.
Thompson lei: Wall with Brown was high for Carp' Bennett was high for the los-
I' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips
6 points each. 'Second PlaceIn with 6. ra with 10. I I and! sorts ot Jacksonville vIsit. j
Hurst Shell extended its I final ,
In the second and
Powder Play-Off ed his mother, Mrs. O. J. Phillips .
winning streak to three In the first game Saturda' tame Carp's had the Cham-I Sunday afternoon.

straight wins by downing a morning Koch's kept theft olonshlp on their fingertips I
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish
_
Holiday Inn edged Wil
tough Teruillcgar Motors 53- hopes alive for a chance at >nd rose to the occasion by of (Maxvllle were visiting Mr.Parrish' ,
hams; Jewelry three points I Il
38. After a slow start earlier let place by downing: An- downing Oem Jpwcrly 25-9. ,
20-17. In a playoff for sec Li ,. sister Mrs. Hester:
After leading 15-9 at half-
Hicks on. Sunday. I l .
Mmc, Carp's held Oem Jewelry Sumter Harlcy has returnedto ?
scoreless In the lajt halfto -- his home In Philadelphia j
: : .
win the game 25-0. "Most Sportsman hlp" a- Pa. after several days visiting .l .. -

.. : Bernard Brown took scorIng -. ward was presented to Donald relatives here. ,

: : honors with 12 points Falcon by Mayor Carl Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye,

O.! ',, 0. 'U J. while Cray Flynn led the Hurst. John and Pam attended the :

1 + jLj osprs with 6, 17th wedding anniversary of -

I Final standings: Co IP'S T- Keith Patray was Winkler's Mm. Tyc's brpther-ln-law and I!

.t'> 2, Koch's 6-3. Andrews 3-8. sliter Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. ,
high man with 8. .
t
Oem Jewelry 2-7. Roberts in Jacksonville on i iMn.
,I
.,1 .. Final League Standings: a. II
< .,
I I
., Elks Lodge 8-0 Register Oil
.. Joyce Futch was in ,
: Elks Win TitleIn 5-3, Sbuthern Discount 3-5. II '
.. ; Black Mountain.. N. C. last
i Chamber of Commerce 3-5. I ,
Junior .
< I Boys week to bo with her son, ,
I Winkler 17.Career ,
I ','; < 1'. J Cage LeagueIn Terry, who recently underwent .. _

surgery In St. Joseph Hospitaland
: Day to welcome her new
the final name of FU-
grandson Jeff, eon of Mr. and
For 4-H
1. dav nlKht'n double header" Girls
Mrs. Jefferson Futch.Sir. .
Ralph
( .',. 1'.1 c On UF CampusMore ;) and Mrs. Bill Crawfordand
I Wlnkler Electric 20-14 Discount -
;' family,oC Lake City were
1\\' led nil the way. taking
;J ;,- than 300 high schoo' Sunday visitors of his brother
8-7 hilftime load and werenever
91 a girls will attend the Home and alster-ln-faw, Mr.\ and Mrs.

raimht Economics Career Day on the James 13. Crawford, and fami-
Rhymer led Discount, getting < -
University of Florida campus ly.
out of f :; 8 points and Billy My- March 18. Thlrtpn counties Airs. W. H. Goolsby and

;. rick was high for Winkler Including Bradford will be children spent Sunday In !\(.!; -

with 6. represented. yule with her parcn.ti Mr.
1
In the second game, the A fashion revise of' spring and :Mrs. Leslie Sweat Watch Lorna Greene, star ot Chevrolet's "Bonanza", cacn Sunday night on N3C-T V.

1oc.t t Elks Lodge continued their and summer tcen-and fashions Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore

,. winning Chamber way.of .Commerce by downing 24- featured will speaker be presented will beWls,I' and. gave day honoring a family their dinner son on Sun-Jim- A Different Kind of Sale You Can't Afford :to Miss I

chose J : 15. The Elks opened a. big Mary Rosclp. stylist with a mle, who t I. entering service

1 lead In the 1st half and led pattern company of New 'n the U S. Air Force. Mi. Some sales offer tripped down, boltom.of-ihe-llne cars at low

"' 13-2. In the geconJ:! half. the York City. '' and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and prices. But look what your Chevrolet dealer's offering during March. I

Chamber came back strong? Girls attending will confer family of Live Oak, Miss Five popular accessories and options on a handsome Impala VS

but' couldn't overtake the with specialLsts In fashion Recncy Moore of Jacksonville, Sport Coupe, or If you prefer, a 2-Door or 4-Door V8 Bel Air Sedan.

J. loamie leader" dietetics journalism, $public ansi Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey And best of all, you're getting the car you want at a price you can

Roger Kelly led the winners health. nt: other fleldK': and children: joined the family afford In plenty of time for traveling this summer. Just' check the
flameless electric with 7 points while 'I for the occasion.
:
The program will be held extra low price with your dealer. Hurry.
Brown hah for
Douglas was Mrs. Bffle Miner Wild visit
from 9:45: a. m. to VJf: 'noonIn
the locate with 7. ing her son-in-law and daughter. .
the IJealth. Center audi- You the and we add had steering end
Waterileaters ;. -- I' Mrand Mrs. Frank \','ellll.In pick car now never power
In the final grimes Saturday tot turn. ,,1 Leosourgtiarough the. week Ihlm: power brakes, now'.s: your chance.
I
Every sale' car comes with five handBONUSBONUSBONUSI
mornlnpc. the Elk Lodge

League Champions won their Russell C. Peeples end.Mr.. and Mrs.. 1. F. :Mooreof I some whitewall tires, four dressy While the Sate is on, you can orderChevrolet's
wheel covers, bumper guards for
275-hp Turbo-Fire

There must be a reason. 'ast 33-21.game from Register OH Bradford Native, Arlington of Mr.were and Sunday Mrs. visitors Roy the wraparound'front and lights rear, two for handsome the front V8 and engine save together yourself big with a bundle.Powerglide Both

The Elks led all fie! way Dies Grlffis.
In
Tavares fenders and even a pushbutton AM the engine and the Powerglideradio.
in fact, many good reasons. taking a halftime lead of 16- Mrs.\ Joyce Futch and Mrs. You'll notice every option come specially priced.

11. Russell C. Peoples, 71, a Selma Eunice visited Mr. and and accessoryin the package Is
Roger Kelly was high man native of Bradford County, Mrs. Dave Richards In Lake there to make the car you choose Truck Buyers-You save now, tool
Need ? Look what
for the Champs with 12 died February 18 at Tavares, Butler Sunday afternoon. more luxurious, more finished. a pickup your
dealer has in store for you. A hand'
point and Kenny Chitty where he had lived for D9 j Miss Cella Copeland and her
For even more enjoyment!, specify some half-ton Fleetside pickup
J Sco your appliance dealer, plumbing was high for the losers who years. He was the son of the mother of Lake City were these: (Model CE10934)) with 175-hp VS. a

or electrical contractor. took 2nd place in the league.In late Henry C. Peeples, who visiting the W. F. Moore famIly Order power steering and power pushbutton radio chrome hubcaps
YOU'LL DISCOVER WHY! the second served In the lOG
game. Legislaturefrom I Sunday. brakes and your Chevrolet dealer and custom appearance and com'

Chamber of Commerce Bradford County and wan I (Mr. and Mri. Obed Paulcy Includes them at a special Bonanza fort Items all wrapped up in one

I ____________________ I downed Winkler Electric 30- also a member of the Bradford and Donna Sue spent Saturday Sale package savings. If you've low-priced Bonanza package.

23 which ended the Jr Boys County' School'Board for to Monday in
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR Augusta,
FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... r 1967 'season. Wlnkler led the i several l years. Ga. where they visited their Bonanza Sale Days Are Slipping by Fast.
1st quarter 5-4 and ft half- :Mr. IIiM I
A clean 6r k wicn >* p i.M Peeples was torn at soil M/Sgt. Grady M. Pauley
: time the score was tlel! 13 Lake Butler before' the county and family. On Sunday they Hurry Down to Tour Dealer's Now! -

*. U M sac,. ol mtllini unlit toilll l 111 l y.ar M our Mivki, aru. all. Winkler took the lead Tavares was divided, and moved( ,to went tfor a sight-seeing trip ._..__n......._. ....-__-__..._.-
again after 3 21-18.
; quarter,
: while a young man. and picnic In South Carolina. 09 Tt4BaIdwhi

but In the final period Chamber He was secretary and office Sgt. Pauley .Is stationed at

FLORIDA, POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY of commerce came up manager for the Lak Region Fort Gonion, Go.Mr Chevrolet Inc.

HtPING BUILD flOHIDA with 12 points for a come- Packing Co. for many rears, *. Johnny Jenkins,, Robert

back victory before hi, retirement. ai was and Pete of Jacksonville ,

Lamar Norman paced the a member of the flff*. Bnp-| were Sunday visitors of her

C"h'lmh with 1? point: while tilt ('hlll'Clt'ot, T:.vftre". Mi-: I parent Mr- and Mr... O. J_I U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE 9647500


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA . .



STARKK. FLOmm. THURSDAY, .MARCH 16. 1967'




H 9 t i Council


'. Supports Free Toll






; r 1 ', ivr' H L Service With Gainesville



> I TV

4' d'rc [Airport Leave Story On service and his request was of the much-discussed building city handle it and assess the

PalO 11] unanimously approved. on the corner next to the costs against Ms property..

Wheels were set In motionby Council will have the necessary post office, appeared and Although Smith said he

the City Council Tuesday: petition! prepared and complimented the Council on was In complete agreementwith

night to push for toll free Mr. Fordyce said he would Its move to condemn unsafe the council on the con-

... .. ;,, telephone service between take the responsibility:: forgetting and unsightly buildings, Including dition and desirability of

I .M .. ...,... Keystone Heights and Gain it signed by local his own. razing his building he wenton

r 'r/: esvltle. Southern Bell subscribers. He said he had no obJec- to inquire, "Why don't

.. ";JO' ;v .,( The matter was brought to Fordyce estimated the toll tion to the action, but asked you condemn other unsightly

Grouped in me u HimiiiatXMl Hprlng flower garden are (!M'.ti!. i :Pictured at ttia tee table (from left): :Mrs. .lurk llulx-r Mills Tht-lma Bolton of a head by W A. Fordyce! Jr., free service would cost subscribers for a 90-day extension before buildings in the same block

rd..) Mr.*. John Bird and. Mrs Millertlrinkle; standing (from stroh, Mm. James. \\'urton, ;\1..... II. F. MI/HI, Jr.. Mrs' Uon 'I Stephen Foster Memorial who Is employed In Gainesville about 25 cents a start of actual demolition. and really do something good

left) 1\1..... Albert and has lived in Key months more than thEir pre He also asked Council to obtain for Keystone?" He asked why
Bachman Mrs. John Rufflnl
Mrs. Morgan, i Mm. Charles' Mrftla-ve, Mrx. J. IS. Clark :Mrs. F I* provided delightful program' .
since
stone January 1066. sent base billing. three bids the work his building singled out
on was
liam "'l&Tren, and Mls, .
Marilyn Bridges. Egan, and Sirs. II. N. Sunderl lltl.I for .annual .liver tea.
'U-1'I In asking the council to
Action
On Building and notifly him of their when others Obviously war-

I which Is so beautifully preserved enter the picture Fordyce Everything seemed In I, findings. He would then decide ranted similar action.

Community Church Silver Tea at the Stephen Foster said he had repeatedly contacted "sweet accord" when H. K. whether to have the Councilman Walt Thoma

I Memorial.The an official of SouthernBell Smith of Jacksonville, owner work done himself or let the i remarked drily "We have to

In Gainesville concerningthe --- take them one at time."
Is tea table set a
: Outstanding Social! Event lovely A matter but that his letters
I
Thomas'
with a centerpiece of pink motion to grant
"
and phone calls "for the wYrh
mums and, glads, and holding d Smith a 90-day extensionand
Miss Thelma Bolt direc- most part" had been Ignored.
on, with dogwood azaleas
ca-
silver tea services at each then (If he hadn't acted]
tor and lecturer of Stephen mellle.s and birds surrounding "Being fully aware that the {
end. was arranged by Mrs. I go ahead with razing the,
Foster Memorial at White an artistic fountain public has recourse In matters
Richard Sunderland. Hostesses building and assess chargesas
Springs entertained 165 of this knd when public
Pebble outlined
paths with
a lien against the ,
at this table were Mrs. property
guests in a picturesque spring field stone completed the TP I necessity and convenience are
J. B. Clark and, Mrs. James' was passed unanimously.
setting at the 12th annual pastoral scene. Involved, I have taken the I Council
Wharton.Mrs. acted under a neW
Silver Tea sponsored by theCommunity Miss Bolton attired In a Arthur Ketch matter up with the Public ordinance authorizing theCity
was
Church Womenon white dimity and lace dress chairman of refreshments j Utility Commission in Talla- to declare structures ina
Thursday March ". of early 1999 vintage hassee" Fordyce said.
sane and was assisted t by :Mrs. Edwin dilapidated and unsafe' condition -
The stage of the church several Stephen Foster melodies lIe added that It would be .to' be
a public nuisance
Nelson Mrs. Raymond .
educational helpful for the council to
building was with goon
autoharp
accomp Ferris Mrs. Daryl Davis, and providing for theifcondemnation
transformed into of record as supporting a
a replica animent. Her program was \! -
and
flower Mrs. John Letno, and Mrs. petition for such toll freer demolition
a garden, complete reminiscent of the Old South. Roy Turknett. I after notice to the owner.

Stage decorations were In _- -Wc coI
-
charge of the J. Miller Wrinkle ,,.,.,1-. _-- ....... 1 -- \
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chairman, and Mrs John''rR1Jrtlnl. n..hlnd-tl''I1'. I' ''' workers urn pictured busy with r,'fro.h- ,

KEYSTONE HILITES co-chairman, assisted m..nt"l.. JIlt row (l-rl I !Mrs Diirjl 1)avls l ., Mr. Raymond Frr- c Indian Singers Will EntertainAt I KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

by Mrs. William Warren rlM. :Mrs. Itoy Turknett. 2nd row (from left): Mrt. John
and Mrs. Lonnl StriplingMrs. Electric Annual
Ity Jim Fox LeliK, :\1",. K<|MII Nelson, aril :Mrs Arthur Ket,'h. Clay Meeting
John Bird had chargeof
Please Phone In Your Items 473.1148

reservations: Mrs. Frank school home economics' class Women Introduced Miss Bol The Kluiiilt Indian Family, Arlrkarra goepel"I nlngf.ru from

linen, guest table decorating: under chairmanship of Mrs. ton. Mrs. Francis P. -
Egan the
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS called to order by Mrs. C. A. Mrs. Bascom Mlzell and Mrs. "Dakota Badlands will entertain Clay Kl ctrle members -
Charles
The Woman's Club cf Key- KIng 1st vice president of Philip Parsons !guest books: Bird McOlave Miss Susan was In charge of publicity. and guests at the annual meeting Thursday, March 23,
and
Miss Elaine Lovorn
Miss Marilyn Bridges,
stone Heights was) the hostess gen at
the Alachua County Federation Mrs. Keystone Height
Don Morgan. table arrangements -
were in of the '
charge nurseryand eral chairman, wishes to
club' to the Alachua County The president Mrs. L. Appearing In colorful Indian roHtunwvi thin MELROSEBUSINESS
assisted by Mrs. also assisted as junior thank members of the various j f, I unique rewer-
Federation of Woman's! ClubsmeetinlZ' W. Register, was unable to Jack Haberstroh. hostesses. committees for their untiring vatlon-horii family from the Fort Bethold Indian Reservation

on Wednesday. attend. Junior hostesses who serv- Mrs. Albert Bachmann. efforts in making this In North Dakota, will l>., heard from 9:30 a.lItill 1:30

Palms March 8, at Park-of-the- Visiting club members were ed the guests seated at Individual vice president and \program Silver Tea an outstandingsuccess. a.. p.m. under I In.) big tent. They will feature' quartets., trios,
Keystone Heights.
The program began with son.welcomed who gave by Mayor a short Al Kel talk' tables, were the high; chairman of the Church f duets, solos, and !several arrangement lining the entire fan.lly. :.-

coffee and registration at I on the history and achievements I < DIRECTORYAuto ;

9:30: a. m. The meeting was I of Women's Clubs, ed the film, "Boy With A Faye Taylor Circle. More than 3,30O: Clay Klwtrlc member and guests. are.exppctod .

since their earliest days. Blindfold. The film was a Keystone Baptist After refreshments' were I to attend tin annual meeting and fried chicken dinner I Sale & Service

SCHEDULEOF After the Individual clubs report of a blind boy, who Church News served by the hostess, the which nlll be nerved. at 12 noon. .

SERVICES gave the reports on their had his vision restored, :as a meeting wan closed with prayer .,. SPRING MOTORS'Complete .
activities, Mrs. King Introduced result of a cornea. donationto Frcpedlnfr the Week of I'rayer by Circle Chairman Mrs. I -
I Service & Farts Foe
PARKof the speaker of the day, the Eye Bank. tor Home Missions a Cora Afarshburn. Paula J. Timrnin I of Cape Coral for many r..y..T....TT.. r: O L'K 8 W 'AG B: N
the Walter R. Lea, Jr. a charter The second part of the churchwlde covered dIsh sup- I years Methodist Missionaries
I '
If It'sFor
member of the Florida Lions program was concerned with per was held In the educatlon&l Weds Mr. Strider in Burma and India. MELROSE We.Have-Volicswagwn Jt." .

PALMSSUNDAYS Foundation for the Blind, facts about the eye bank building$ of the First NEWS NOTESBy In CaliforniaLt. The Striders are making Always Plenty Of Good 'Used
which la located In Oalnes- the necessary arrangements Baptist Church of Keystone their home In Monterey '

and proceedures to follow In Heights Wednesday evening Colonel and Mr. Ed- Calif.. Mr. Strider is pursuing By Sally Bothhamnwr Volkswagen In.Stock
vllle.Mr. Helen Egl&nEASl'fItN Gfwn Cora Bnrln* alC.'!"/
11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M.: Lee presented a two- willing your eyes to ttte bank, March 1, followed by u Hume ward A. Tlmmins of Key advanced court in & AAA AA AA 1al

THURSDAYS; part program Tlrut. h*> how- how the corneas are actually Mission Book ntu and how 'Teachers were" as follows! : to Duplicate Bridge winners
received they are Washington
marriage of their daughter. cr over
7:30 P.M.FUNDAMENTAL.: MURRHEE I preserved until used. For the WMU, Mrs. Ted Offles-, : STAlL Paula Jane, to Robert E. Lee last week were: 1st place KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Officers of the Keystone
!. Insurance Mr. Lee stressed the importance -f by; for ;{hn YWA Miss Laura honored Strider III son of Presidentand seas.The bride attended the Oak Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. Ed
Agency Heights Chapter OES
Meeker and for the GA, Mrs. SHOP
BIBLE
:
TEACHING of quick! action asj Mrs. Robert E. L. Strider Grove School. Vassalboro Longnecker. 2nd place Mrs.C. .
the retiring Worthy Matron
Richard Murrhee, Agt. be used W. P. Magnus. W. Hardy and Mrs F. T. Edit Jotuuon. OwmrFenonaJ :
the cornea! must Patron n of Colby College, Water- Maine and Bull Ins College
An Services Held In The General Insurance The Invocation and Worthy
I was given by
heurs. I Hague. 3rd place-Mrs, Mary
within 48 vllle. Maine. Bristol Va.Ralph .
Fire Casualty Marine Rev. Lawrence( Carroll, und Dorothy and Flayd Koons at
Congenial Atmosphere -
Cook and Iva A Creative
I The "EYe Bank" has need The wedding was perform. Miss Hlllyer.
the final chapter meeting of
i''Of The Lounge. I Auto -- Bonds of contributions to make pos- | the welcoming address by } 7. ed at a nuptial mats at the Copeland 4th place-Mrs. Emory Cooper Hair S \JIC1ad1..QaI.
1061 March
473-4786 on
WMU
Kryfftnnn Height president Mru. Lv:>mon
Bible additional research projects -j chapel of the Presidio of and Mrs. W. J. Orollcfc. Bmnty Car
The retiring Worthy Matron
and Mr. Lee suggested I Ward. The call to prayer was for Monerey Calif, where Mr. Services HeldIn SCOUT NEWSIn Vrcry Form of Beauty Culture
U ---------- --- gratitude
Mrs. Lawrence Carroll expressed
given. by -
that donation In lieu of the IV- 1968 there were 11 Open TiiM.-8aC 9-A;
a Strider is attending
the and theman1 Jones
I and tho bcnedlrtlon byTra. cooperation ChapelRalph
flowers be sent to bereaved tense Language Institute. The Eagle Scout awards made In Closed Monday
1st Anniversary Specials \ R. 1. KnnlH firm kindnesses! ex-
I families. These are acknowledged J. Curtis Gainesville. The Rotary Club ICeyntono heights 473-48M
Rev. Fr. Robert ,
the 81
The Week cf Ih'+ner' fur LCIlf l'd to her during past Grant Copeland ,
with a card sent with chaplain at Fort Old. celebrated of Gainesville honored these
Homo Missions was held<1 nt ycar. Minister of Music at St. Anne's BOATS MOTORS
era a In appreciation of your the donor's name. the church each morning); Mrs. Cecil OBiten, on bcJbaU the mass. Episcopal Church In scouts and their parents witha

There are 30,000 people March 6-10 at 10 o'clock with of the membership and! otficrs The bride is the granddaughter I Keystone Heights, died upon luncheon last Tuellday'at BILL'S MARINESALES
fine the presently in need of cornea of Mr. and Mrs. J.I the Holiday Inn. Oscar Anderson
patronage during
the circles In rhiiRo; of the with whom she served arrival at a Starke Hospital
replants, and this correspondent programs alternately! HpI' thanked Lire retiring matron A. William of Lake SantaFe last Thursday night after a was In charge of the ,* SERVICE

I past year we are offering strongly urges that you Carroll conducted the Wednesday ind patron and greeted the and the lute Dr. and Mrs. sudden Illness. program. Guest speaker was "The :Fun Fleet's In"
contact the ESe Bank to see Edward F. TimmIns of Bos Horace Williamson, Chief Chryitrr Lone Star Boat
during the .
program reg- Incoming matron and pattonMr I
Mr. born In
Copeland
the Easter was r"
Q, following pre- what you can do to help alleviate ular Prayer Meeting hour. and MM OBnen are ton. Her mother Is the former Pittsfleld Mass on Aug. 7, Scout Executive of tie NorthCont.lnued Chrysler Motors
( on next Paje] Service! Ss FarU for
the problem. Carrie Lou Williams! at one
ol
specials: past matron and patron 1885 and had. been a resident All' ..
Outboard
STATE LIBRARY time Mintary Acting Post
WMU members
mitpilxrdMrs. the Eat.lorn Star chapter in
of the
Keystone Heights" areafor
ASSN. CONVENTIONMrs. Nettle Ashley with master of Keystone Heights Corner Rte. 21 2CI.KANKKS
8.50 n. Kur-llU.; Ohio.
Reg. $10 Permanent $ the past 14 years. He '
WE DEDICATEOUR } Melrose., 470.2818
Emery H. Cooper farewell party on Wrdnominy j !Mrs Virginia Smith of Her parents are currentlyon served as organist In a NewYork '

chairman of the Clay County March 8, at her homo. Lake Butler chapter wll! be active duty In the Canal I SERVICES; :
Reg. $15 Permanent church for more than
$10.00 Library Board of Trustees, Mrs. Ashley, who H mo,',:.(" District Instructor for tin Zone where Col. TImmins Is 25 years before coming; here. : TO YOUR HAIR

attended the State Library to Miami entertained, l her Director of Intelligence for
'omln AND YOU
I year.WOJ.thy Funeral services were held Keystone
Haircut, Shampoo & Set $ 3.00 Association Convention In guests on the lawn. She wall Matron Dorothy the USAF Southern Com at 11 In
a in. Saturday the
Jacksonville last week. presented with numerous gift, paid special tribute to Past mand. Paula made her debutat DeWItt C. Jones Chapel at Gladys Williamson Cleaners, Inc.

NELL'S STYLE SHOP At the business meeting of and later In the aftcinoun I Matrons who are members of a cotllllou at the Officers Keystone Height with Rev. Hobble Turner G. K. Davis
Association of delicious homemade cake urn! Club AlbrooK Air Forre Base,
the
Library
lllway 21 Melrose I'h. 475-5285 I' r.eyswoo Chapter Bea- J R. Smith offlclat'ng.: Interment Every Dry Cleaning ServIce'
I Trustees and Friends Mrs. Ice cream were served. ttico Bchiocder, Elizabeth Canal Zone. last. August was In the Keystone STYLISTSGladys' Laundry FInish' or Fluff

Cooper was appointed to the Those enjoying thin occasion bumble Louise Perry Phyllis Mr Strider attended the Cemetery with DeWItt: C. 2 Day Service

Study Committee, and Mrs. were Mrs. J. W. Van Bus- HuHsey and Janet llyncr. Phillips Academy. Exeter, N. Jones Funeral Home In Pick Up and Delivery

Herman Reed of Green Cove kirk, Mrs. Ella Gerst Mrs. Following the clever courtesy H., and Harvard College. His charge of Beauty Salon Kev"tonA'I ight 473-SOH-t

BANKLOAN Springs who Is also a mem- Ethel Moody, !Mrs. A. O. Lou- which was filled with grandparents are Inn Rt Rev. arrangements.A
don, Mrs. C. A. Brockmann and Mrs. R. E L. CONCRETE
ber of the Clay County Library humor, refreshments were StrVer, retired )Phone
!Mrs.\ Leamon Ward, Mrs. L. 413117:1I :
Trustee was appointed: served by Mrs. Hazel McKay, Episcopal Ulshop of Claaftlflnf Ad hi the TELF-; :
Committee. Carroll, Mrs. Stella Stanley, West Virginia and the Hawthorne Concrete
I to the Legislative Mrs. Jane Dors and Miss Rev. Keystone! Heights
With A Mrs. R. L. EnnU Mrs. C. W. GR.trII I
DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Gertrude Itouser. and Mrs. William Wesley Bell bring rnnult

Winners of the Thursday Owens, and Mrs. H. L. Owen- The star of the courtesywas r I & Supply, Inc.

night March 9 meeting of bey. Jo Reed, who did a takeoff RED)) ?

Jfe 1'n .k a the Keystone Duplicate of Carol Channlng. Attired MIX
.3, The Veil Pierce Circle held l
Get In Bridge Club were: 1st/! place in a mini-skirt, striped I CONCRETE

Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles: its regular monthly meeting, blouse and boots. she serenaded ii 20 W. Hawthorns

The Driver's ,mal second place Clare.Mrs. T. H. Dent at the
and Mrs. on Hello Dollle.
of ajn. Monday.Mrs. .
Seat -
PTA MEETING Ward gave the opening / I The incoming Worthy Matron i KKYSTONK; : IIKKJIITH; FLA. !NURSERY
I This Is a special reminderfor Jackson
Geraldine appointed
,
Brand
That prayer, and call to worship .
you concerning the regular Mrs. Edith officers for 196768as O.C. Came Nursery
was given by
New + monthly meeting of the Jewl on. Mrs. Adams presentedthe follows; Chaplain. Edythe i IliwT 100. Fl...rmhoorie --

Keystone Height' PTA. which program, "Are Home Missions Nicholson; Marshal Helen ,' OUR ANNUAL MEETING MARCH 23 1967 23 Mile SE .f Start
Automobile will be held tonight [Thurs- ,
Needed?" Kennedy; Organist, Irene Nursery Stock Thousands -

day In the KHS cafetorium. Delicious refreshments were. Williams; Adah. Matte Lee DINNER WILL BE SERVED of Plants is Fruit
Representative Gene
State nerved to 12 members and one Kingsbury; Ruth Lillian Tree to Choose front NIce

(!ot your heart set on a new car? Wondering Shaw will be guest state speakerand legislation visitor Mrs. A. O. Loudon Norwood; Esther, Louise Per Shade Trees :Evergreen
will discuss gave the closing prayer. ry; Martha. Dorothy Koons; i iElecta & Landscape plants. AH
when and how you can swingtbe deal with respect to the public i I
Phyllis Hussey: Warder I
RE ELECT In containers Plant any
financially The answer to "when? is school system. The meeting -
I Ii Elva Scott.
The Faye Taylor Crrcle met time. Camellias A azalea..
"
NOW. The answer to "how? is on a will start at 8 p. m. i at the home of Mrs. L A. All officers elected and appointed i Let n. do your landscaping

low-cost auto loan from us. Terms to suit I KEYSTONE LITTLE Powell, where the call to prayer were installed<1 on I Zedra Phone IIU-US5
LEAGUE ASSN. HamiltonYour
convenience. March 10.COMMUNITV.
your I was given by Mrs. Htolla:
On Saturday morning USED CARS
: : CHURCH
Stanley. (Mrs. R. L. Enn.U conducted
March II, 53 boyS turned out the
The general meeting of
a 45 minute study
KEYSTONE STATE BANK for the "team selections" iod on a mission study book per- Church Women was held on Trustee Hanks 'Used Cars

conducted by the newly by Moore.A March 6 w'th Mrs. Helen BIO CASH DISCOUNT

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. formed Keystone Little League ehort memorial service Corpeno as speaker. She Ss'' TERMS

"Your Friendly Hank In Your Friendly Association waa held for Mrs. I. B. Tyre, I I now teaching in Junior BUY SELL, TRADE.
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Saturday March 18, will be lege at Ocala but only COI./: / (Pd. Pol. Adv.) 'I .
who
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THURSDAY MARCH 18. 1961
FOURTEEN BKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA I
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Town House Restaurant in ard Standiford and Marlon for an Easter Cantata I Everyone enjoyed Ice cream afternoon Constance last week.Barnhill 01Barnhill's Sunday' tNunery open toottinounJ Ladles The Ladies Council Council of the Home Mrs. last John Sunday Parker: was on
Mrs.
Jacksonville. Later In the Sweet of Jacksonville and Mr Copeland served. as organist and cake, swimmingskiing Christian Church met at the the sick list last week flwwe!
KEYSTONE Camp reported several
attended Keith Steen of in a New York church and plcniclng.Mr I Mrs. Mae
evening, the three couples Mr. and Mrs. visited good catches of specs -EIlI.eOtHl :home of Mrs. Ruth Dyal on visiting here were
the 23rd Annual Palatka.Mr. for over 28 years before retiring Susie Preston St. Anne's Her.' W. W Varnet. Mrs. N,ta hicks
Is and bass came In over the Monday night. The program
who
HILJTES Lions Show at the Mrs Everett Foxvisited to his Lake Bedford with Mrs J. O. Dann and Mrs.
Riverside and!! the weekend.Mrs. Wocstall. vicar: R. O. Oop and:!., devotional was given by Mrs.. Clara Hershey
Civic Auditorium. their oldest son. O. C. home 14 years ago. home after a stay In euid. omttnlirt.! Clark on Jesus Pauline Harris ,all of Starke.
Mrs.DIU'ln's Betty Griffin of Grif Mrs. Carolyn
Kendall Turner daughter Rhett S. Fox last weekend, The Fellowship Club also Bradford Hospital. Morning Prayer' and Ser able to re-
(From Preceding Page] Wendall fin's Lodge reported that the Teaching. Mrs. Dyal served Mrs. Parker was
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner at Ft. Benning, Oa. feels deeply the passing of a grandson, mon. 2nd and 4th Sunday: refreshments after tho pro- turn to work on Sunday. '
fishing from their place was
the last day that the boys ,r Peach St. celebrated her faithful member. He gave Grover and Miss Joyce Owens 0:30 a6Th.. tnurem-y open.] Edward: Saxon -.
spotty. There was tlot of gram. Mr. and Mrs.
for the various much, cheerfully, and untir were married: last Saturdayat
can tn out 13th birthday with a cook- Holy: Euoharlsl and enno
RichardLee people going out and moat of City Council and family pent Sunday
teams There are presently out at her home last Satur- ingly, and the memory of 8 p. m. by Rev. 1st and Sixl Sundays, 8:30: A
at Mr. and
met :
NOTESFrom The Council with
NEWS them caught a few specs City in Jacksonville
fow All boys, betweenthe Included;: his service to the community In Starke.
teams. day night Guests M. [nursery open.! ]. CSuircx.Softool. .
6
A. there were some large bass the city Hall on March Theron Collins.
Mrs.
of eight and 12. are will remain with us always. Mr. and Mrs. Liston
ages Sally Brannon Evelyn 8:30:' A. M. "Holy Eucharist. : -
brought In also. Th specs with Mayor T. J. Alderman, and Mr.
spent Adkln
of Hampton J. O.
in Wymn
Mrs. t
encouraged to participate Hague, Kern Bonner Beth 8 a. m. each Stsalay'Evening
tint Valldejuli. Art ( Preceding Pagel several hours visit last Tues- nor the bass are biting like Marshall D. W. Johnson and Mrs. Calvin Richard and
program John
Jackson. Prayer 7:30 P.
M
Mr. R. M. they should though. Bill Rey- : Councilmen F. P. Lott, :D. E. attended theI
On April 1 the boys will Fordyce, Todd Brannon, Rick Gently returned from a year'sstudy MeroseContinued / day with On Mr. and Saturday Mr. nolds went out late Sunday each Sunday ZTt: 6:73:, P. M. Hill and Richard Keys pre- :I Toye Falltes.lllacluonvUle of Ocala
Casons.
have their first Intersquadgame Pardes, Mike Wrinkle. Melanie each Sunday e
'
In Guatemala. four sent. Leaston and
afternoon 'and caught Forsytji
'
High
We shall give more and Mrs.< Cann of Sunday afternoon. .
you Homer, Annie Carden Dally offices of Morning I '
details about tills, at .H later as, Donnle Osteen. Larry nominating Mrs. Richard chairman Sunderland.for Springs and Mrs. Cann's slater bass In a short while and .Evening'Prayer: 8:00: A Charles Williamson were unable -, Mr. and Mrs.,, J.,.. L: Wiggins*
[ on next Faze: : ; ] Mrs. Florence Calkin of The W. E. Kite family to attend. Menefee of t
date Carnes Debbie Bleasdale and 1967-68 officers for the April awhile. spent the weekend In Jack M. and 8:00: P. M. Marshall Johnson resigned I and Mrs. Eve
for
It ,ou should like oxlditlona Cindy Scales. of the Boy Mass. stopped by Jacksonville were visiting
slateas Florida Council
the
election, announced sonville.] Mrs. Kite went Immediately and this leaves
) information concerning Redfearn. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cann are former Lutheran H. B. Wiggins and Mr.
Huntley of Mrs.
Mrs. of America. Two
Mrs. Scouts
follows President I
: Then Thursday to pick up Robert, Lutheran the office open for appoint-
residents of Melrose. Church of Keystone WllllamiSunday.
thb program, please contact Julie were recent Melrose Mrs. George
daughter. from and
and John Bird; Vice Presidentand these! scouts were Nellie who is home on Spring vaca- ment by Mayor Alderman.
Mrs. Heights Vicar Richard
at 473- on Sunday :
Chuck Whlsenant. Mrs. Red- .
of and
guests chairman, Mrs. Eddie Rothhammer .
program from Sewanee Military Received' bids for repair of
4220 or Mrs. John Kuespert, fearn's family, Dr. and Mrs. Baldwin. was Roundtree and her friend tion Meyer minister: R. G. Copeland Mrs. A. Z. Adklns
Sara McDonald: Second Vice Lloyd Lloyd I Mrs. Bessie Hardin of Waldo School in Tennessee. Some of I organist. roads within City limits from Mr. and
at 473-3037: John Webb of Boca Raton. President. Mrs. William Walz. unable to attend but Eddie!I his friends from John Gor- Jack Baggett. Council wish- Jr. of Gainesville were v1aI -
Divine
TEEING: OFF Dr. Webo is chairman of the Mr. and Mrs.. called'' on the Casons. worship, Sunday 11 Mrs. J. B. M-
missionary chairman: Secretary and his parents Chester Wesley and sister rle. gave a party for him on a. m. Holy Communion 2nd ed more details before voting tug Mr. and
Sunday
Last Saturday and Economics Department at : Mrs. William Beam, Jr.; Glynn Rothhammer did attend Friday and on Saturday they on the matter. klns last week. .
Sally spent Sunday evening Sunday of each month. '
of the Keystone
members University.
Florida Atlantic Treasurer Mrs. Henry Mic- the luncheon. visiting with their parents. had a surfing party. 1 know Services held each Sundayat Anyone interested In mow :Mrs. Margaret Crawfordhas
Golf & Country Club participated to
down
Mr RcUfearn drove kle. March 31-Aprll 2nd, Boy bat this
Invita- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wesley. Robert Is enjoying seeing all I St. Anne's SMscopal ing for the City please con- been on the sick
in the Azalea meet his family, and from Circle meetings for March Scout Troop 109 In Melrose ,
the They are back after several his old friends and the good Church Keystone lelghts, tact one of the Councilmen. week.
at
tional Tournament Boca Raton they drove to MI- 20 will be held follows: plan to attend a Camporee in
Tourna- as weeks visit In Georgia an- ole Florida sunshine. "Wel- Fla. They must have their own Mr*. C. A. Cox Sr. came
Azalea Pro-Am ami to visit with his brother Circle Chairman Bea Schroe- Interlachen at Camp Charles mower.
home Robert. after several
come Sunday
other son and daughters home
ment in Palatka. and family, the Mike Red-! der will meet with Mrs. Fred Francis as will other scouts Catholia PERSONALSMrs.
second homes. While at Raymond'shome I had a nice chab! with Dee weeks visit with her daughter -
Earl Voyles tied for and earns. Smith [Brooklyn Lake] with from the Alachua District at- I Mr. Wesley hurt his Morris the other night. He is St. William's Pr. EdwardA. Virginia Roark and Mrs. Emily Goodson In

place in the A division Jane McMurtry and a college Mrs. George Colgin co-hos- tend. the representative of Everest- Kirby, priest In charge. Ruthie spent Tuesday night
to
i back: and Is having wear a Miami.
Huntley Redfeorn placed sec friend, Judy Czap, were tess. Mrs. John Bird's!' Circle Court of Honor has been Jennings Artificial Limbs Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist in ThomasvlUe, Oa. with Mr. Richard
brace. He Is and moving
Mrs.
ond in C division visiting recently with! Jane'sparents. will meet with Mrs. Lonnie posponed) from March 16 to a up Wheelchair Company for Sunday Mass -11::30 a. m. and Mrs. Tommy Harvey and Mr. and ,

tn the Pro-Am Lea Stephenson Mr. and Mrs.. Kyle Stripling, with Mrs. Ruth later date. There are several around but tires out real eas I and Wednesday Ma.6 p. m. I John and daughter of Cor- I
this He told me the daughter. Mrs. Harvey returned -
ily. We hope him a safe and area M.and .
end his does S. C. are visiting
Keystone pro, Judy are ,
McMurtry. Jane and Ohlson as co-chairman. Mrs. reasons for this, one being next time I need any repairs, Monday Miraculous Me- with them for several

team, Earl Voyles Bob Hayes both sophomores at Troy Al Lagasse's circle will meet that one of their scouts. Jim speedy Teen recovery.Rotnhammei' was : Just to let him know.'We also 1. dal Novena, 7 p. a. Inquiry I Mrs. L. O. Johns his).

and Ray Farrla received State Teacher's College in with Mrs. J. D. Clark, with Martin will not be able to' Thursday night guest of Linda made 'Plane to go fishing class, 6:15: p. m. days.Mr.. and Mrs. R. H. Parker. weekTN

second place honors. Troy. Ala. The two girls are I Mrs. John Gillls as cochairman. attend. He Is scheduled l to go together. Confessions: Befjre Mass and their sister and brotherinlaw '

On Monday March 27. the now visiting with Jane'sfriend These three circles meetat into the hospital for a tonsll-I I Perry. She reported having Well that' all the news for on Wednesday and "Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burnle < TUB COUNTY roOGIil'II''
wonderful time horse
a
Keystone Golf & Country I Mrs. Lydia Hurley of 1:30: p. m. lectomy. The Court of Honor this week as can see the Holy Day Massa.' m. 'Hlggls of Flint Mich. were COURT IT AND FOR JHU.p., ,
you
annual back riding and even, found FORD COUNTT. rJ..Q RAA.!
Club Is having Its I I Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Elmer Howe's morn- will be sometime in April. time to help Linda finish business was rather alow. I I the supper guests of Mr. and In nl: t E.tate of r
Ladles Pro-Am. Mr. and Mrs. George Doer- Ing circle meets at 9:30: with CLUB NEWS Baptist KlZZtE MoWItiLIAMS. Sec.NOTICB
Mrs. family
Milton Misner and
you .
shift dress would like to encourage CIIEUIITONP. ) .
making lovely TO
a
On Tuesday and ge. of Buffalo. N. Y., are visiting Mrs. F. L. Stevens [Nelson's The Woman's Club held its folks to get out and enjoy Worship services : Sunday; In Gainesville on, Tuesday All creditor of the ..(*<. .f

day. March 28-29, with Mrs. Elmer Howe. Point) with Mrs. E. A Demp- regular business meeting recently Linda Rothhammer Teena'ssister keep 11 ... m., 7:30 p. m. nursery nigh Klaale! McWIUIame 0c.M4.r ." .
weather, and :
wednea-j the this lovely : mnil
guest same notified
was required
will a Ladles 21, under open]. hereby
sponsor Girl Scout Troop as co-hostess. Mrs. Wil- It was decided at this '
_
sey night at Janice Iaaett'shome. me busy writing the news Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and to file any cl" : r
tional with an the guidance and supervisionof liam Beam, Sr. circle meets meeting to purchase the ad- Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. chlldren accompanied Mrs demand which they nlay' t>tvKKlnit .
and
of $12.HERE. Nelson and She reported having a about you yours.And [nursery open]. Training< Uri Mill ..tato, In the 'office
Edwin Joining lot for building -
Mrs. with Mrs. Bert Chrlstoffers,, purposes
wonderful time also. now. here Leeon. Bill Weismer to Ocala last of the county! J4f* '
'N THERE I Mrs. Raymond Farrts. participated Sr. at 1:30: p. m. with Mrs. A Benefit Bridge will LEEON'S CORNER ton, 6:30 p. m. (nursery opens week to visit several. horse Bradford County i'IOC'ld.n'\ '}!t_

Ben-Ian Riley of Columbia in the Girl Scout's Beam as cohostess.The be held at the Woman's Club AAAAAAIAUAAAIAAAAA1a.INDIAN "CHESTER"Chester Rev. Lawrence Carroll,, farms. oourthotie within etx at oal.ndar..tr"'**, Florid month! *.*,

S. C was a recent house program, "This Is My: Country evening circle Night- March 29 with proceeds going -' the kitten. pastor.. Mrs. Fred Townsend and from the date of thee flrvt
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eddy held las) publication of this notice KM)*
which was engales, meets at 7:49 with toward the Scholarship: Fernandina
daughter of
Is a good ole egg. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA claim or demand inmt be In
Raynor of Lake Geneva. Mr. Sunday, at the Sword and Mrs. Charles Wallenlus; and Fund. Hostesses were Mrs. G. BEACH But one sad morning. Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. writlnr and must .tat* theplace

Riley is Mr. Raynor'3 broth- Cross Amphl-Theatre In st. the Rebeccas meet with Mrs. A. Oodley. Mrs. L. B. Nichol- or residence and p"etoru..e -,
Jeff Baker last
and family
He broke his leg. addreia of the claimant'and
er-in-law. Augustine. Sunday was the Charlotte Gregory at 8 p. m. son. and Mrs. Peck. (Lake Santo Fe) He hobbled around, HAMPTONBy weekend. muat be worn to by the
Mr. and Mrs. George Massa BSth Anniversary of the with Mrs. Barry Wym&n as SCHOOL NEWS claimant his a..t. or hi* attorney
Michael For a week: or two Mrs. Mary Watterson. Mra.Myrtle will become. toldacurding
H. It
visiting and By I Chltty or .
and daughters were Federation of Girl Scouts cohostess.The Melrose High School has And then he recovered, Mr. Mary Williams.AA.AA..AAAUU.uAA. Watterson and Mrs. to law. .
Hi. 475-2171
with the Wayne Croft family because of this the girls of Board of Stewards will two days off this week. of Starke February 20th 1917.
Falling
Dorothy
in Tampa last weekend. Mr Troop 21 attended church, meet at 7:30: p. m. on March Thursday and Friday are the wAAAAAAAAAAAAU.uA.Greetings He Then was he good came as down now. .. visited Weekl Wachee R Ex.. B."..to.ORTOBJR. of the, Estate Of".

Croft is Mrs. Massa's brother together at the Community I 17. I' holidays with several of the KI.... MeWlllam. L> c.*M. .
at last Sunday. ,
pneumonitis. Homecoming Baptist Springs
friends; this Is With a case of I Pig tcil '
Last week Mr. and Mrs Church. Twenty-one girls I Rev. Roy O. Burgess of teachers attending the THOMAS *
I little Church and 203-5 North Temple AT..
your "sh-sh-shlverlng" roll- And maybe a Mrs. Blanch Kirby .
Stan LaCoste had as their participated in the program. Woodstock Park Methodist I Teachers Convention in Jack- marke! Florida
Touch of arthritis.He The Baptist Church will Gah.esvllle .
ing-reporter saying "Brrrr. grandchildren of :
house guests Mrs. LaCoste's The following parents were Church In Jacksonville was sonville. Next week the holiday First publication. on ttrt. day
Otis Melton and I. got had a bad start have their homecoming Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of F.br.ary. A. P. 11I17. '
and slsterlnJawMr for .
brother chaperones and guests guest speaker at the Community will be on Friday, beginning 1.13 4t ?
brave enough, enough. The going was rough. April 2. Former Pastor ..
of crazy .
and Mrs. B. Brewster this occasion: Mrs. Claude church on Sunday. In of the Easter Holidays *
or what ever want to callit And he wouldn't have madeit Marvin Falle, of Roinoak I
Akron, Ohio. After a visit to Martin: Mrs. E. L. Elcenach- observance of Girl Scout Wednesday afternoon at you
and went swimming. BoyI Rapids N. C. win be the
points of Interest In south er, Mr. and Mrs. Yeoman, Sunday members of Troop 21 12:30: there will be a Track, I
tell It COLD. We If he wasn't so tough. speaker. I GET CASH
Florida Mr. and Mrs. Brew- Naples you was 'kif'I
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph attended services in a body Meet at Chlefland High
he Is fine, AIL members, former members -
had chill-bumps in places. Now
ster will travel to New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- then went to st. Augustine/ I School with Melrose: among :

to visit friends and O-lave. Mr, and Mrs. Ray- in the .afternoon to partici- several schools attendingThe where we didn't know we had As anyone can see.He's former pastors and IMMEDIATELY .
friends invited to attend.If .
getting. are
places. We also went fishing even
relatives.Mr I mond Farris Mr. and Mrs. pate in the American Herit- teachers at Melrose High
that afternoon ( Mean as can be. any one knows of any for-
Sunday] we
and Mrs. P. E. Morgan Helfrlch Mr. and Mrs. Bill age program "This Is My are getting special treatmentthis
and their daughter and son-' Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Country." week. did not have much luck. Otis Holes In my paper, mer members please contact
Are of the clues. them and ask them to come.-
one
caught the fish.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson :Mr. and' Mrs. Tony There will be two serviceson The Junior Beta Club only

Bishop, of Fairrield. Conn., baker Mr. and Mrs. Know- Easter Sunday, March 20, members are showing their My aunt and uncle, Mr. That. every week Intermediate Party Dr $25 TO -$600.
Mrs. Alfred Hudson of: He helps me with the news. The Intermediate girls of
were weekend guests of Mr. leA Mrs. Robert Hendry Mrs at 8:30: and 11 a. m. with appreciation by running land
But I feel a little sad. the Baptist Church met with I
Morgan's brother and family Carl Darden, and Mrs. Marvin Sunday School at the usual: small errands for them and< Gainesville spent the

the Bill Morgana. Mr. and Homer. hour, 9:40 to 10:40( a. m. The '' serving them coffee and end with us and week-I Because I know that their teacher, Mrs. Janie YOU HAVE.
DO
fishing weather. Alfred Pretty soon he'll pow up. Hicks at the church on Fri- .
Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan and :Mr. and Mrs. John F. Piedmont same service will be held at cookies sometime during the I
And be a Tom Cat. day night for a covered dish
Mrs. Bishop will be vacationing of Norfolk Vs. were each scheduled! time. I my father caught a nice -Too many payments to make?

In POmpano Beach recent guests of Mrs. Pied- Family Night dinner [cov day.A Loyalty Day Dinner for string of bass and specs. Hu- supper and afterwards went

Mrs. Claire Lutz and mont's sister and brother-in- ered dish 1 on March 22 at the members of tha Metho- bert and Palma Chitty of to the Park Lanes in Gainesville -Too many bills to pay?

daughter Beth of Troy Ala.. law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold 6:30: p. m. Mrs. Barry Wyman dist Church will be held this Starke, were also down Sat-. to bowl. Those attendingwere

were weekend guests of Mr. Sutton will present a Youth Group Saturday in ,the FellowshipHall. urday and Sunday fishing 1I.5 Susan Dyal, Elaine

and Mrs. Bob Shaughnessyand On Saturday evening, I program. and Mrs. Elmer Eating begins at 6 p. m and trying out their new motor Kennan Elaine Youngblood, DO YOU NEED

family. Mrs. Lutz was a March 11, Mr. and Mrs. N. Howe's Circle will be hostess- Next Sunday is Palm Sunday. I _InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity Debbie Hicks, Linda Stone
at Keystone The Ponden Dflughtry Church -. Dr Jo Ann Salter and Debbie CASH NOW?
former teacher Watson Hardenbergh en- The Lord's Supper will be / : EXTRA

High School and is presently tertained their friends witha es.TRIBUTE celebrated at 9 a. m. Monday family and their daughter- A. C. HdK. Kinteter: Mrs\ Hill. Mrs. Hicks was assisted

employed as a supervisorwith reception at their home on Members and friends of St. through Wednesday of Holy in-law, Doris, were weekend George Ganewvt, organist! i by Mrs. Kennan and Tony YOU WITH YOUR
HELP
US
the public school system, West Lakeview Drive. Mrs Anne's Episcopal Church join Week and at. 7:30: p. m. on /guests of the "Lucky" Lut- Sunday School. 9:30: a. m Kennan. LET

In Troy:!, Richard Standiford, the former members of the Community Maundy Thursday. gens. Momlrw Wor rip. 11 a. m The YWA's with their MONEY PSOBLEMS
evening Mr. Among the people spotted I both hours]. director, Mrs. Jo Ann
(
Last Friday Miss Dee Hardenbergh Church in condolences at tho PERSONALS Nursery open

and Mis W. L. Bunce, Mr. Miss Dorothy Hardenbergh sudden death of Minister of Cindy Kelly celebrated her down here enjoying the love- Hicks attended a Mission I

and Mrs. D. A. Baker and and Miss Pat Wrinkle assisted Music Ralph Copeland. Both second birthday with a party ly weekend weather were: _Fre
Mr and Mrs. Charles Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Harden churches feel a heavy loss at the Kelly's lake place lost The James Klnchens, the Faith Presbyterian Church Madison Street Baptist

Olave celebrated Mrs. Me-. bergh in entertaining their Mr. Copeland was planningwith I Sunday. Many of her young English Hiltons, the Fred Rmr. J. R. Neale Jl. mIn- Church in Starke last week.I.I

Olave's birthday and Mr. 'guests. Out-of-town guests the Community Church : friends attended, also: aunts Thelmans, the M. J. Johns', l''tel )l-* W. > Willar. organist The topic was "A Saga Told"and Town\ Finance Co.

and Mrs. Bunco's sliver anniversary Included: Mr. and Mrs. Rich- and director, Mrs. George uncles and grandparents. Marian Winters the Harvey : Mrs. Carl Swisher also on the Great Lakes ..

at Strickland's Canova, and St. Anne's Choir' McCarthys the James summer organist. area work. Those attendingwere 'I 226 N. Temple Ph.. .84-74.9. ,
Meeks', the Duffins. Sunday School 9.44 m.Mornlns Carolyn Kennan, Wendy I I.I* I

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Worship. 11 a. m. Hill and Donna Rhoden. I, ,
I
Hamilton and daughters., <10

Cindy and Cathy of Gainesville I IL

and: Michael Howard



THAnRS I: shaw the and were Chlttys.Linda also of Sunday Gainesville Ruts Mrs. of Roy guests,Starke Cren-spent of,, The Ultimate in Electric Portables



last Wednesday with us.

Jr 1I I The X. M. Smith family;: TIIERE'SSO MUCII.MOREt

tSI X M., Iva Barry, and Mike ._ > 1

___ I and Terry and Tommy HarI .... : $ fWE; ELECTRA01rZO' TO SEE AND TRY It* \J

I would like to take this I I ley all from Starke were CE" SMITH-CORONA. COME 1Nr<
AN nCTRI '
staying at Mrs. H. T. Smith's TODAY, AND SEE WilY

cottage over the weekend. FOR) 'A'PORTABLE1'., BKOADSHOULDERED ELE CONLY Sl\lITJI-CORON"e'O..J, *

'I The Lonnie Oornto family FOR YOUR OFFICE
PORTABLE
-
thank for i FERS YOU ALL THESE
opportunity to you ... Is going to move to Gainesville s. C AT HOME-by SMITH-CORONA*

I next week. Lonnie says,, Cs .,.. 1 ASSURANCES
voted with, both of them working Here's a perfect example of Smith '

loyal support and r I there. It will be easier for Corona's master craftsmanship! A complete ,l

your them. However he says they 4 elects typewriter built into a bond ....... *.,..'... '1 '

I some portable. So many conveniences: :_r.- r

Democratic /3 will be back." "Sure going to WI :: Inexpensive Changeable Type TIO for lane. S.--_ J'
March 14 miss ;
in the you. euages science and math. Page Gage ", .An j ImMH-j i' c.GUARAMTECt
I Fred Swearingen told us .
; electricrepeat
jeweled automatic
-e
main
bearing Corona branch .,fle. will
their grandbaby girl came actions even electric I shift I and' t rpi... wltlMut. Ilia" .
I home from the hospital Tuesday @ (. cept far labe and ,
t.A: EASY! < spacing. It has everything .. plus a 12 .
Primary. .... .
They are looking forward : SMITHCORONAIUCTRICS ... ':! caniaga for king-Uie jobs. prove hipping' defective:) any, pan""Mvili that*.

_
I to acing her on Easter. : a 9 yean ol' purelwM" sets

Mrs. Helen Walker: of x I; ARE ti Ma later elM... .vrtthln9O _t t'o'
*.. .._u_, .
o too; .- .., h M awe -
Jacksonville visited her sa- s PO&TABW' .... .. [JBHHB Werr.ntycovers all aana
tar, Mrs. D. W. Carpenterover .::- : ,. ;:it -J iYMv' exesetTelly" tteober .
"l:4\ This HUtdtl, vlnytelad carrying east, ,,,, .part, energy <*,il .r
the weekend. kr,5
'' : Is your* it no additional chi rgal *her(.r-after Mttayt.Dee .
Again Let Me Say Danny Lutgen will be admitted t "g :d\ :.'ft'r"' iW" .OTMM Wn BflMIM B M not cever atarnaa* i

to the J. mills Miller : ,' ", from' accident er rmiuteand ..

Medical Center Monday.He \ fI'At q r.' extends onljf to seta.
on off' ,,, Inal' i_1Mf''
,
.
.
">$ "
will have surgery done on ..

THANKS the nerve of his eye.; This is Yes, we carry a complete seL a aloft


done to finish in December.surgery that was It's truel Everything you could want k ,: of models colors and type stvksl


I My mother and father. in an electric typewriter-the speed

James and Cricket Chltty the ease that professional touch .
attended the funeral of our Electric Portables :St>rt\
are all in this stylish Smith-Cocgna. .

two Manning year of old Gainesville cousin. Karen last .. As Low'A.. $149.50'


L. K EDWARDS JrM of Friday.leukemia.Karen was a victim


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smithof
A ,
Ontario. Canada, were Bradford County Telegraph

I I Joyce Sunday Barton.visitors of Pete and _

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"Red" Neal and'Andr Boi- .. .

Pd. Pot Adv.) j well caught two bas3: one .... v- .


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TlltTB tPAV, I\IARCII18. ml
8R.\nFORn C"OtTNTY TM-FOBAPH:: 8T.\R1tJI'. n.o'RID\ _
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!Is D. C., 20203: [telephone 202- a complaint to report should
choice used for students any student. closed or enrollment reduced
.. Roy Chasteen; Frog' Footman tlonal origin. process The name of any first bring; it to the attention
062-03331.
Made Cannot
Cholc Once .
new to tho school sys- I li
SpringjL'holre
Ivan McCollonc;: thHeart 2. Thirty-Day violation of local school official, unless
Altered 16. Attendance Across person reporting any
be ]
tem in other grades as pro
Period
J Children Bobby Dodd he feels It would not) be helpfulto
F""n without
.''fW Each student or his patent, vided In paragraph 10. Once a choice has been submitted School System Line' will not be disclosed officials do
Oraudon, Patty Johnson do If local
Bonnie viola so.
p or other adult person acting 1?. Priority of Lute |Cholcet, It may not be changed No arrangement will be his consent. Any other ; violation
First
the
Carol Cox hot correct
1 and as parent Is required to choose No choice made after the even though the choice made, or permission granted, tion of the desegregation plan
Lady In Waiting Wanda the school tho student will end of the spring 30-day choice period has not ended. The by this school system for any or other discrimination basedon promptly any person familiar
t Lewis. attend next school your. Tho poilod may be denied for any choice Is binding for the en- students living in the com- I race color, or national origin with the facts of the violation

The cast of 43 characters choice per Kl will begin on reason other than ovei'crowd- tire school year to which! It applies munl'tIt' serves t'l' attend In the school system 181 should report them Ixnmedately
also Includes soldiers, gardeners U. S. Office of Education
.March 13, 1967 and dodo:! April Ing. In the event of overcrowding except- In the case of 111 school In another school system also a violation of Federal requirements to the
flowers and ladles in 14, 1067. choices made during compelling hardship 121 where this would tend to and should like'! !) at the- above address or

M waiting Other students in 3. (Explanatory"' Letter and the 30-day choice period change of residence to a place limit desegregation, or where wise be reported. Anyone with phone number
Nt the large cast Include Bev-
.. : School Choice Forms will have first priority. Overcrowding -i where another school Is closer, thi opportunity Is not available L
Elizabeth Thorn-
erly McRae On the first day of the choice will be determinedby 131) the availability of a to all students without
ton. Dianne Adklnson, Mar-I! period an explanatory letter the standard provided for school designed to fit the spec- regard to race, color or national -I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
cia Christen-
Brooks
Shirley
and this notice will bo sent by in paragraph 8. Any parent or ial needs of a physically origin. No arrangement
sen Barbara McRae, Shary first-class mall to the pal'ent.or student whose first choice is handicapped student ((4)) the will be made, or permission STARKE PHONE 964-6200

uy t tad Doggs, Brenda Jones Harold other adult person acting( denied because of overcrowding availability at another schoolof granted by this school system,, !
Bowen, Lloyd Bryan.;; John as parent of each student will be given a second a course of study requiredby where this would tend to limit KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473317'Rental

Libby, Danny Waller. Charles then In the schools who id expected choice In the manner provided the student, which Lnot: desegregation, or where the
Craven. Ronald Newman: to attend school the for In paragraph 9. available at the school chosen, opportunity Is not available to Services '

.. _., -1 saw_+f" '. 1 ..a-. -- Gregg Alvarez Glenda, Marv Lou following: year A school choice 13. Trsts Health Records 15. All Other Aspects Ol all students without regard to
Cooper Starling form will be sent with each and Other Entrance Requirements Schools DesegregatedAll race color or national t origin HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
. 'Living Pictures, To Mark Easter -1 Judy Bradley Linda Crews letter, together with a return school-connected: servIces IT Violations To Be ReportedIt ,
Susan and Carol
Fogg. envelope addressed to the academic tests other facilities athletics, activities is a violation of our dese- CRUTCHES
First Christian Church Oalney. Anyi or ..
At
Superintendent. Additional 1 used In assigning and provrs"' n, gregation plan for any school
i This play Is an allcomedyproduction copies of the letter this no- procedures to all on a desegregated bosla. official or teacher to influence
,Chi YOUIIK people rf the Debbie and Zack Edwards, full of fun andlaughter students to schools, grades,
tice and the choice form are A student attending scnool for op coerce any person In the aeea
of of of Mr and Mrs. from to classrooms sections courea of
First, Christian Church) children / beginning available to the publicat
freely the first time on a desegregated making of a choice or to
again Maurice Edwards Jr.; and end and' will delight study or for any other pur- That' Our Business
Starke will once pic- every any school and at theSuperintendent' basis may not bf 'tbjevf t. threaten any person with penalties GLASS
sent thcli annual EaSter program Suzy Cowen, daughter of member of the faml'y.' It la' office. pose will be applied uniformlyto to any disqualification: K or promise favor; for
of "Llvlns Pictures Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Cowen being; directed and staged by ... Iti'turnlng the Choice all students without regardto W. Raw It"
waiting period for participation any choice made. It Is also a elf It's Glass -
from The Life of Chi 1st." The The program will include Mrs. Ruth Bumba speech .."OParents mm race color or national or- In activities and programs 1 violation of Federal regulationsfor
colorful !scenes will be presented 14 scenes from the life of teacher at BH3.IJCS and students at igin. No choice of school will athletics to Intimidate CALL WRITE .r VISIT
Including
Christ each being accompanied the be denied because of failureat any person ANY GLASS NEED
this year at 3 p. mon their option may return which mlorht otherwise apply threaten, coerce retaliate or FOR
Friday March 24. by music and Scripture S,\ TAX INXUKASK! : choice forms by the time of choice to pro-
Oood completed because he la a transfer stu discriminate against any Indi- Store Frn.*
vide health record birth W Design Modern
Invited J and Some of the scenesto any .
The public Is lending hand to any school or by
Bradford County showed a dent. All transportation fUI'nlshed vidual for the purpose of interfering -
there \Is no admission chan be presented are: Nativity small 353 per cent Increase mall to the Supcrlntndent'8! certificate, or other document. by the school system with the free making f Just Mail Us A Pattern Fw

Pictured above It Ronnie Miracles. Lord's Supper In sale tax collection for the office, at any time dating the The student will be tentatively with will also operate on a desenr- of a choice of school. Any per- Table Top
Tomlinson, a senior' a1' Bradford Crucifixion, and Ascension. 30-day choice period. No assigned In accordance
month of January over the regrated basis. Facultes will be son having any knowledge of
High School who portrays Many of the still-life scenes will be given for the plan and the- choice made,
same month In 19 6. Collections preference desegregated and ro stalf! anv 'VIolation of these prohibitions -
the Chil have their netting In famous/ the and given ample time to ob-
the Christ In choosing early during
In
January 1967 were member will lose his position should report the facts SHEA'S GLASS CO.
Children in the paintings such as DaVlncl's"Last A choice is tain any required document
dren's Scene. choice period.
$18,671.26. as compared with because of race, color or na. Immediately by mall o" phoneto
picture are Mike Sander' Supper. 18033.09 In January '66. required for each student. No Curriculum credit, and tlonal origin. This Includes the Equal Educational Opportunities I
son of Mr and Mrs' Horace The program Is once again assignment to a school can I promotion procedures will not
case where less staff la Program U. S. Of- N.W.4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FK2-435J
any 1313
Sanders; Jerry arlffls, son of under the capable directionof be .made unless a cnolce Is ; be applied in such way as to
THE RIGHT POINT for the of needed because schools are fice of Education Washington,
Mr and Mrs Gerald Oilffls; Mrs. Lonnie Fulwood. way yon writ. Come la and made first. I hamper freedom of choice
5. Choice Form Information .
select ESTER- --
you favorite
BROOK I The school choice form lists

'Alice In Wonderland' ComedyWill GRAPH.BRAnrORICOUNTYBOARD. fountain pen TELE- \ the names, locatlo is and grades_
I offered for each school. The
'I reasons fop any choice mad
Be Presented At BHSOn
OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION'I Ir. are not to be stated. The fan

O. DRAWER 939STAIIKE asks for the name addrei

Monday April 3 In this 1 who has lasted a hundred FLORIDA, and age of the student, the
year which dates the 100th, years and Is still growlhg In NOTICE OF SCHOOL ))E- school and grade currently anniversary of publication: of popularity. will be portrayed SKGREGATION; PLAN UN- last attended, the school chose
Lewis Carroll's famous masterpiece by Jean Hodges. Other main DF.lt TITLR: VIOl" TilE for the following year the
Bradford High! (characters are: The Red CI>'1L IUGIITS ACT OF 1961 appropriate signature and I

School students will present Queen Mary Ann Graudon; This notice Is made availableto whether the form has bo.m
AnnCoulter Marten's de Kin* of Hearts Robert Dyal; Infc.m you about the de- signed by the student or hIli

lIghtful comedy ''AHce In the Knave Stephen Smith; segregation of our schools. parent. Any letter or other
Wonderland." In the BHS Cheshire Cat, John Walker: Keep a copy of this notice. written communication whir-h
auditorium White Rabbit, Kathy KobY:. It will answer many questions) Identifies the student and the
the somnolent Dormouse,,, about school desegregation. school he wishes to attend OR MATCHx
Alice, the little blonde girlWO'ENPASt21
I I Stephen Wade; Mad Hatter 1. Drmagrpiratlon' Plan In will be deemed just as'vallti

Mike Jackson: Caterpillar,; Effect as If submitted on the choir

Mary Hartley:: Duchess Judy The Bradford County public form supplied by the SChQol1
.' Whltehead: the, Cook An- school system. in being desegregated system. The names of students 1
I nette Padgett.: Com tier., Jan under a plan adopted and the schools they choose or I
WITH/ BLADDER IRRITATION Rakes; Executioner, Linda In accordance with Title VI of are assigned to under. the plan i

After TUatlons 21.common affect twice Kldne..many or Bladder women If.eSiiaa Grlggs: March Hare, William the Civil Rights Act of 196J.' will not be made public I by: I .
and my make you t nae and nnrvnue I of the desegregation school officials i
and The
from too frequent, or Iterantf' Saogglns; Tweedle Dum purpose
Urination; both day and: nllhi.aeaondarSindnacbSdBaoYsahe Tweedle Dee, Richard Williams plan la to eliminate from 6. Course and Program :Th\
:: ::i street'?: old,tired from: and Larry Thomas; our school system the radii Information
(lepreucdTln ouch IrrltaUon CY8TF.X; of students and all To students and parents '-
segregation guide
tuually. \ brlnffa> faat relaxing. comfort by Humpty Dumpty David Pen-
Curbing rrrltaheg germs in atronr acid Mock Turtle. Marilyn other forms of discrimination in making a choice Lr rne and by anal pale oyer:
[>xacrs.o druag r..eo. P eeeitto Patterson the Gryphon J. based on race, color or na- school. listed below, by school.
j 1 are the courses and program,.
which are not given at ever
school In this school gyaten .
I Bradford High School: Agriculture -

I & II Spanish, -
CHECK YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES
1 Latin CBE DCT.
B. J. E. High School: Industrial -

I Arts, GI'ade"12..

What Do You Need? We Have It.Lr 7.. choice Signing form the. may jC'holrei; be i'orm.A sign-

I eel by a parent or other adul K
person acting as parent. A atu J

dent who has reached tn..! kt r
age of 13 at the time ot

'99Is' united h chair choice or will next enter the
ninth or any higher gradt'omay ,
Executive COmp.nyt : sign his own choice! form,,
'n Buy a Heyer
be
The student's choice shall
posture

Model 82 I controlling choice is exercised unless a different by his: CARTONS OF COCA-COLA IN KINGSIZE I

Spirit Duplicator and get a' parent before the end of the ,

FREE'13.00 Starter Kit! period which the student exsrclses -
I his choice.
_m i1n| new, duplicator! print 100 caplm .i of C'nnirm:
...''nuto. S colon at one, portend tit tool 8. Processing
sue Ajt ordinary paper..,or wtlh Thermit4lAtert No choice will ba denied for'
matter ulto' be
suitable pnntfffl eo"
,fiaDitai", In a minute it' wry low, co... Any reason other than over-
53'sthenow crowding, In case where
granting all choices for any
school would cause overcrowd- r

n#, the students choo..l"g the
I school who live closest to I It

Now you can ___ will be assigned to that school i
Whenever a choice Li to be<
label anything denied overcrowding will bO'' "

determined by a uniform standard -
WITH AN'OIlO' applicable to all school: ,

in the system.
C2lwzpi Tensor 9. Notice of ,Assignment

Second<' ChoiceAll
fME POINT MARKER Anvil- Students and their parents 'eta Pi
will be promptly notified i
Writes en *ny>urfaci, GU.., 1 Lamp
of their school as
me>t'al.l plattlet, wood. cloth, In writing
Sons. waxed pgpor leather,etc A qualityhintafiiity ilgnments. Should any student
'. tamp, be denied his choice because

WATCRPROOP FIRMAMENT 49* tl morfarata,..... t of overcrowding he will bi
promptly notified and given ;a

VAST DRYING II 12.95.......... choice among all other school:, 77.5DEPOSIT

t"Sticky" :- ___ _- __ In the system where space i
i Is available 7 r
i 10. Student. :Moving Into IhCommunity


I .,I A choice of school for any; ;
Problems? student who will be new lithe
?
I
e8
urc school system may hi

made during the spring 30
timers Glue An 'P"
day choice period or at anyother
Elmer's Enoiy Glu* ,: ftr ls I time before ho enroll! SAME LOW PRICE ON ;.-,- ".

Eimer'ConiadCement' :' In school. An explanatory let'er. -
I this notice and the schoo
(
r/",,,'5 an/ [ ''I choice form will be given out) SPRITE TAB#\ AND FRESCA.Have .

eueryrobycud f | ._.;:,.._ DESK CALENDAR 1 for each new student as soon ,
---..-- New Model No. 21. Combines as the school system know
The Borden Chemical! Company handy memo ndppomtment about the student At least a fling with spring! For only 99c, you get your choice of

New 3bO, York Madison New' York Avenue 10017 *in 1. Base p d in-plastic 2 calendar the even return days of will the be choice allowed form for any three cartons of Coca-Cola, TAB, Sprite and Fresca, in the

__ walnut or iilvcr gray. 'vhen:he spring a choice 30-day Is made choice after per- 10-ounce size. Mix 'em or match 'em. And add zing to your en


od. each A choice student.must No be assign-madeor tertaining. Pick up three cartons today for only 99c.


Just A Few of The Hundreds of Items ,, nade ment to unless any a choice school is can made be Available for a limited time only at most outlets in the Starke area:

lest "Coca-Cola" and "Coke" are registered trade-marks which Identify only the productof

t We Can Help You With I I 11. Htndent Grade Entering first The Coca-Cola Company.

I' The parent, or other adult "Sprite", "TAB" and "Fresca" are also registered trade-marks of The Coca-Cola
'person acting as parent, of
very child entering first Company.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH trade, or kindergarten Is required Bottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by:

to choose the school his GAINESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CmlPANY.t
hlld will attend. Choices will

hi'p made. under the sumo frlw. ,
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