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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 23, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME ElGnTT-EIOHT 81AFKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 23 1967 NUMBER TIIIRTY-NINE

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Voc School Next Tuesday Courthouse Issue .



Bids UnderConsideration Straw Vote Set ,




On Courthouse GOP OppositionMay

Bradford County' Board of

Public Instruction has taken

under consideration bids for
construction of the Bradford A straw ballot next Tuesday, March 28, will give Draw Votes

Union Area VocationalTechnical the county's voters a chance to decide where their new

Center. courthouse will go.

Brown Construction Co., Just two sites will be listed on the ballot, the Amer-

Gainesville, wan apparant low ican Legion property on North Temple] Avenue already Active Republican opposition -
bidder the
tor 21,700squarefoot
classroom phase of the \ purchased by the 1066 County Commission and the d for Democratic

project with a bane submittal r.., r r.4 ,,, ay r present site plus an additional area 125 x 210 feet Y nominees, and a straw

of 1339,736 as bids were open- which can be purchased from Lex Green for $65,900.No 1 : :-i vote on ]location of the

ed Tuesday night In additionto absentee votes will be __________________ 1 ; at new courthouse will woo
the base contract award. iJ' tx4 ( l t l allowed the Board decided.No Starke. 3 3trv voters to the polls next

Brown proposed $23,714 for comparison of coats ort The County, Seat, he said,
and
the South West classroom I: the two sites will be givenon consists of the City of Starke.In Tuesday possibly re-

wing: which will be included the ballot; the two sites Tuesday's special session sult in a larger turnout

In initial construction "if will be simply listed and the Johns'' motion to resume than that experienced in

If the necessary additional voter can make his choice. work on plans for the Legion the first and second pri-

funds can be obtained from t Commissioner Zedra Hamilton site was met with complete J maries.

the State.In i0' apparent leader of the silence Chairman Shuford. was Three Legislative races
a letter written Wednesday .new ,Big Three which has again forced to give the chair
will be decided with
to the State Department ;rt pushed for the courthouse to VIce-Chalrman Chastain Gov.

of 'Education, School Supt. ballot said Tuesday he will and give ,the second, all to no Claude Kirk throwing his

Tom Casey requested Immediate be in favor of any site the avail. support to Republican

( assistance In securingthese 4 ". people select.Commissioner. Commissioner Zedra Hamil- nominees down the line.

funds. Casey said that Buck Nor- ton then moved that the Issue The courthouse site issue

long-run costs can be greatly man has also stated that he be put on a ballot Tues- will be presented to voters

reduced if the wine ia constructed has only fought to get the day and a long discussion ensued on a separate ballot with instructions

concurrently with the wi ,Y 1 n r site issue on a ballot, but before he got a second. to vote for one
base structure. has never publicly favored any Chairman Shuford said the of two choices:,

Additional bid were received particular site. [Continued On Paso Four) American Legion Site (or)

from Peeples Construction Co., } Y The Board voted 3-0 Tues- Location of present,, court-

Jacksonville, at $34 ,888, and day In a special meeting to house
Fred C. Gardner Co., Jacksonville '_ .,.-. ""' ''''r....S.. //W put the Issue on the ballot. Although the straw ballot

at $349,000. Commissioner Jerome Johns Indians Set has no legal status, It Is

Don R. Morgan school Dead Calves] FoundA abstained Members Hamilton assumed the County Commission -
board architect, advised that Norman and Mrs. Jennie will take Its result asa

bid, be placed under consideration Chaitaln voted for the ballot. ReservationFor xt{,. guide In future actions on

,by the Board, and forwarded That decision came after a courthouse negotiations,
to the State Depr.rtwent dead Holwteln calf IK. about to be pulled out of third bid by Johns and Chair- legislative Race

cf Education for appro- Alligator Creek where It croiwen iSlt-230.! Bradford' man Dave Shuford to have 'r tl Ftav On the regular ballot J.

val., Morgan expressed hope mosquito control unit, pulled two calves: front the creek work begin on the courthouse TouristsPeter Emory (Red) Cross, Demo-

that construction could begin Monday morning. They were apparently thrown In sometime! on the American Legion Site. cratic Party nominee for State

within a few weeks,. Plans Sunday. The IZ-acre site was purchased Senator. 7th District, Is opposed
call for completion of the last September for $100- J. Novak executivevice by Republican MartinM.
J. B. Crawford l I. shown above placing a- cable aroundone president of the Starke- ----- --
project'withIn 200 days after 000 on /a 3-2 ,with Johns, Shu- LaQodna.
the contract Is awarded.In calf" so the body can be hauled out and burled. Alligator ford and former board member Bradford County Chamber of Judge James Adkliu pours over a desk piled high with Cross Is a Gainesville attorney -

other business Casey Creek rune through the Bradford Golf and Country (Club, George Roberts voting for Commerce, has announced law books. during last Thuniday'a. limning, on the legalityof and former State Senator -

said that food costs for Bradford Just a short distance from the bridge and continues onto itt tand Hamilton and Mrs.ChatUln Bradford County's first full- placing! a new courthouse on the Ame-rlroii' Legion site from Alachua County

County's school lunch flow through Starke. against scale tourist attraction to be ""....,.'.*"""_---before his 'seat was,.o.e..tn r -

program have dropped for I Ho!I far, 25 of the dead calves have been found place But when Norman replaced city located limits at on Starke's V. S.southern 301. Suit Dismissed the reapportionment shuffle.
the third straight quarter. Inwarding Roberts In January he,did as LaOodna also of Gainesville
In the open. Florida. law requires' that dead livestock be, The attraction will be established -
next quarter's contracts he had promised and switchedthe Is a former Junior college -
of It does not contaminate and the Bardfordl In two phases the
disposed so Is .
for foodstuffs Casey vote to a 3-2 majority Instructor and pres.ently
related that, based on bids Sheriffs Department Is Investigating the Illicit disposal against Bhuford and Johns. first of which will be a Seminole Am. Site a Graduate Fellow at

received and tabulated lastweek of the veal. The new Board Immediately Indian Reservation on Legion the University of Florida,, anda
tract of land located about
food coats are down stopped work on plans for a doctoral candidate in American
one-half mile south of Starkeon
1%% from the previous per- the new courthouse.A history.
To Lake City FilmCouncil State Road 100. This village -
In House
District
Starke\ builneas- 18. Eugene -

iod.Board Member Rodney Hall men group wanting the courthouseto The tract will of be land inhabited, comprising first. Okay Judge Says F. (Gene) Shaw of

moved that contracts be ac- remain up town have twice 320 feet of State Road 100 Starke the Democratic nominee -
from the following In attempts 1 I. opposed by Republican -
cepted Awards gone to the courts frontage, has been deeded to
firms: Joseph's Imported Food to keep it from be- the Seminoles by the Herb Plaintiff] and defendant requested a speedy decision Tom Rowand of Lake

Co. Inc., and Jefferies Foods- ing moved. Thomas family of Starke. and they got it Thursday when Circuit Judge James C. City.the House Shaw from won the a seat former in

both of Jacksonville\ for An attempt to obtain an Canals are already In process Adkins, Jr. ruled the County Commission may build a Clay-Bradford-Union

food: Jax Frosted Gartner's Foods Inc., Paving Contract! injunction to stop work on of being dug to circle the new courthouse on the American Legion and Carl Ritch district over Republican County opposition
Jacksonville,
the American Legion site on Indian village. Approximately
last
and Jefferies property purchased year. last November only
Gainesville, that the board'saction
the grounds 30 members of the famous
for frozen food Putting the Board "back to have It abolished several
Foods ; was contrary to the Free Seminole Indiana of the
'where' It started from" :the existence of this months later by a new re-
and of the
Gainesville ledge
Swift Co., An contract for street and will cf the din-
meat. $8,888 paving repairswas people wan Osceola Clan will be locatedat decision means voters will\] apportionment formula. His
Jefferies Foods for awarded to the Columbia Paving Co. of Lake City missed. Last Thursday a. second the Reservation right.
School board attorneyGeorl'e have a chance on March 28 "The location and construc- opponent, Rowand Is an Instructor -
which had the lowest of three bids submitted the suit was brought In an Homer, Douglas and Howard
Pierce reported that a to to decide where the new tion of a new court house >' at Lake City Junior

resolution for a $000,000 issue Starke City Council Tuesday night.A effort to declare because the Legionsite It Ixlocated Oxceola are direct Chief descendantsof courthouse will go if tho Commission the same municipality doer: College.
Ineligible famous Osceola.
of 5'i Junior debenture thousand linear feet of the follows through on Its not amount to a removal) ot Ralph C. Tyre, Lake City
% .
outside of the
county Their father Chief William
racetrack revenue certificatesfor new paving la reet wide is siren and would be willing 1887 plans for a straw ballot. Filed the county seat from one part petroleum and appliance deal-
seat as entabllaheil in McKinley Oxceolo, died recently.
slated in Southgate Subdivision at 11 am. last Thursday, the of the county to another with [Continued On Pate Four
additional school revenueshas to for it, but since Starke'sold .
pay But Circuit Judge Janice Ad- Their uncle la Cory Os-
400 feet OIL Southgate suit was probably the shortest the comtemplatlun ot Florida
been returned to Holly- one Is not in very good kins ruled the site a, part of Hceola, a medicine man who with
Drive and 800 West In the county's history Article 8 Sec-
fiscal Barcus and feet on Constitution ,
wood agents Fire
shape, according to the county seat which he said several years ago lost an arm
Pierce ward Ave. which runs perpendicular witnesses" summoned facts tion 4. (Section 4 states: The
Kindred for changes. Chief R. C. (Red) Buford, It is contiguous with the present In a battle with an alligator. Water Tastes
and the questionanswered
stipulated, have
to Southgate Drive.A Legislation shall no power
Is with the agentsto
working free.
will be
given boundaries of the City of (Continued On Page Four]
in little over five
a Seat
total of the County
determine a more suitable 10,325 square City Clerk 'Meirlll' Edwards to remove
arrangement for repaymentthan yards of repair work is slated warned the Council the city hours. of any county, but shall pro- QuestionedBy ?
3.300 yards In Sara Judge Adkins denied the vide by general law for such
had originally been speci square will probably, in the near
toga Heights 800 sq. yds. future, 'be forced to subsidize plaintiffs', Starke businessmen removal; Provided, That In Councilman"Why

fled.In closing action the board on West Call St., 400 sq. yds. or pay for its own N. 'L. Woodburn and the formation of new counties

surveyed plans for utilizing: on Orange and other on Water ambulance service as the ''eL 1 James T. (Moore, request for the County Seat may be temporarily does my drinking

the former Conway Airport and Ida Streets. county does now. But the }, r injunctive relief. He cited established by law.) water taste like diesel oil ?"
The was rebid after Florida law which given the the term
job "Furthermore
property adjacent to the pro- Council decided to wait to City Councilman Merritt
posed Vocational Technical the council changed specifications see what legislation developson state legislature the power to "county scat" as! used In Williams wanted to know.
to a better surface on annex additional lands to Florida Constitution Article,
Center. Casey reviewed with the Issue before taking The newly appointed board
the recommendation. of one of action. county seat if the land U contiguous 1, Section 4, requiring county member was ,greeted with a
board members projected plans'for any .w
recreational facilities the original bidders and their The county will seek a t.Y r to, the county seat offices to keep their official momentary silence, then begot
engineers, Reynolds Smith, Moving the courthouse to books and records at the
the from a fel-
parking lots, and roadway special act of Legislature a big laugh
the American Legion Site,
and Hills of Jacksonville. The authorizing the county to pay "county eeats" of their counties low board member, Jimmy
newer specifications call fora Judge Adkins said, would not means that the records
the local funeral home owner, McRae, who had gone throughthe
EASTER EGG one inch thick hot asphalt DeWItt C. Jones, $12,000, per amount to changing the location shall be kept within the boundaries same thing. Apparently
surface, compared to the of the county Beat. It of the municipality des
previous year subsidy due to a loss nobody much ,wanted to talk
HUNTSPreSchool specs. calling for a slag, in collecting for emergency was plaintiffs' contention that ignated as a county seat. The about the recurring problem
rock and' cold tar surface. the new courthouse could not additional land contiguous to
,
runs. In the meantime the ? r Y but Williams persisted.
And Only $6,700 was budgetedfor county Is putting the moneyIn be legally located on the Kite original Starko. which were What caused the bad. taste,
the but City r since it Is outside the town annexed In 1043, becomea
project escrow, since it cannot duly he ,,asked. Is It because the
Grades 1, 2, 3 Clerk Merrill Edwards said legally be paid to Jones and limits which existed in 1887. port of the municipalityand hydrants'are not flushed regularly
the $2,100 difference la avail- when Starke was last designated thereby become a part of
Walnwrlght ParkN. the funeral home Is continuing ? That might be part
able from other funds. Hear -- MY --- as the county seat the seat of the county.
Church St. I Its ambulance service e... county of [t. some one admitted. How
10 a-m Friday ing that, the council votedunanimou.iy Deputy Sheriff' Robert Green U silhouetted against The Legion site was nor limits "Tho rapid Increase in pop often are the lines flushed

March 24 to accept the Sunrise Service white smoke rising from hot easels a.* a moooshlme still nexed until Into 1943.the corporate ulation and the phenomlnal Williams) asked Fire Chief

Columbia bid. near Lawtey Is destroyed. Shine ran be .seen pouring from expansion of many of the R C. (Red) Buford.
Other bids came from the Set For 6 A. M. The only question Judge municipalities designated as The Fire flushes -
the txjttom of the drum on which the deputy IA standing Adkins stated In his final Department
Grades 4 5 6 Raulenon Construction Co. 'ofOoilnesvllle
county seats In the state of the lines whenever a man
Easter SundayThe after making: use of his ante. Judgement was: "After a city
Pratt Street and Jaxon Construction Florida, an well ns the prohibitive can be spared, Buford said .
has been duly designated a
Playground of Jacksonville. Columbia costs" of many areas. but not to get rid of the bad
annual Sunrise Service, county seat and a court houseIs
11 Friday representatives were LavtcStill Destroyed in the original boundaries of taste. The Fire Department
a.m.
Mini within the
sponsored by the Starke constructed
about 10 minutes late arriv-
county seats, would necessarily he said Is interested In keep-
March 24 will held of the originalcounty
sterial Alliance, be boundaries
at' the and could
ing meeting that In
require county government good
Sponsored by Starke only enter their bid with permission at 4 a.m. Sunday at the A mid-day moonshine raid arid State Beverage Agent seat may the court In its operation should ing the order hydrants they can
Recreation: DepartmentThis of the other two bid- Madison Street Baptist Church. Sunday netted Mrs. Lavlna Claude Veal also participatedin house be removed to an area working so
be able to expand at a minimum be Into instant use Incase
den, City Attorney George Rev. W. A. Hogan pastor P. Martin. 39, of Rt. 1, Law- breaking up the still. Mrs. which was annexed to the cost, as long as the put of fire.

Pierce ruled. The two companies of the First Baptist Church ,tey. a* she operated a 275 Martin waa brought to th original county seat?" seat remains within the corporate -

Space Contributed consented and Colum- of Starke, will be the main gallon still the Bradford Bradford County Jail where "It Is the opinion of the limits of the city originally "It's my understanding if

Weekly to Publicize bia took, the job.Raulerlon' speaker, with pastors from, Sheriffs Department has re she was fingerprinted, photographed court," Judge Adkins stated, designated as such" the hydrants are not flushed
bid was $10- other local churches participating ported. and released to Agent "that the election of 1837 bacteria can even back up Inth.m"
Community Events by County Attorney T. A. Yawn then noted.
087 and Jaxon's $19,623. In the program. A special Mrs. Martin was arrested Parmely established the municipality WIlliams

The The Council agreed to give feature will be the singing of at 11:MS a.in. Sunday at the The officers seized and destroyed of the city of Starke as a attorney for the Commission, How long has your water
CommunityState raised the question last month tasted that McRae want-
the City of Florahome its the "Hallelujah Chorus" by still 3% miles west of Lawteyon IA 1.4 gallons on non county seat. At the time of way
at a special meeting of the ed to know."Continuously.
tax .
Bank Water Oak Creek. The arrest paidwhiskey. the election the legislaturehad
old fire warning siren If Junior School Girls
the High Board,, He advised then thatIt for two
made by Federal Mrs. .Martin charged In the constitutional powerto
was was
Florahome assumes the cost
Chorus. would be wise to have a Williams replied then
Accounts now insuredup of getting It down from atop Agent James Parmely. of the the U. S. District Court in annex: additional lands to year.
of the
ruling the legality'
on asked
to $15,000 by the Pratt St. water tank. P.-ions of all denominations U. S. Treasury's Alcohol and Jacksonville where a hearing the boundaries of the city of site since it la outside the :

Federal Deposit ]nsar- Attorney Pierce told the Council are Invited to attend the serv Tax Division.! was scheduled Monday In the Starke and all voters to the county seat as originally des- "This has come up before.
Deputy Sheriff Robert Green case. election iad implied know- [Continued On Page Four)
ice.
that Florahome needed
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r Harold Tyua of the Unlver- Charles Chambers has transferred 7" .. 'f7r" ''r

.u,ty of North Carolina Is home from the Florida Tech r,_ : ,
/ /f I'I'OmVednesday to Sunday nical College in Jacksonvilleto ,f
Y/r
a Mrs Virginia Smith of Oi. !M t the Florida" Technical COl- I : It. r

/V 1.1: ndo Is visiting her aunt lege in Miami. ; 1

\. Mrs. J. E. Wilson this week I -a Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cnlson '
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f1DYS Mrs. and and ;
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Mr. and S. B. Simmons daughter" Margaret i.
-( MOOTY and family of Mlani. LaRue Williams attended the ,, '

Phone 961-7608 were weekend guests of Mtnd [ wedding of Miss Martha Cato ,) .- .' ; "I' .
:. p ". .. 1r ,: r .1
> Mrs. Lee Chambers. to Jim Forrester in A'achua! 4' h :
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Admitted to the Starkt- ,, r rr on Sunday afternoon. -: / 5.r .

Xlra. Clyde B. Terwlllegrnrthe Local admittances to Brad VurslngHome this week were J Miss Jane Adams of Siilllns : ...f : .'" ,: fr r.vDi.

the guest of Mrs. Terwttlegrar -I ford County Hospital thl- 'Valdosta Adams of Doctor'srnlet i G : College, Bristol Va. ..< home ... ; ..J .
Sr. at St. Petersburg week Include: Mrs Glady Mrs. Daisy Hall of Key I for a week on her spring : .4 t. .a :> \t
Beach several days last week Canova of Gainesville; :Mrs and 'I _. .. ,
lone Mrs.
Heights LiljKalicloth
holiday. I .iL..rr _......
Mr. and Mrs. S. I* Peek,' Willie McVeigh and Mrs. Nenlu. of Lake Butler II Mr and Mrs. (). A. Gay; vHIt- ... ...Ja4 '

Jr. attended the Florida Tinkers Rich of Keystone Height' Mrs. Charles Parsons of Amsterdam ed his brother-in-law[ sis 'I ".:.. '111' 11.1.
L'i.Candyxtrlpers L'i.
Association convention at Mrs. Ethel Swindell of Hamp N. Y. was first of the ; ter. Mr. and Mrs. B U: Rise. .'.. .. IIIIIto a +
Hollywood Beach from Saturday ton; Darlene Rhodon of Me''' week guest of Mr. and Mrs brook In Gainesvl.Ie ., .. ".'.I',. .... ... .
to Wednesday. rose; Shirley Hodges of Lafci. rlyde B. Terwlllegar while I\ lasts li 1.. .... ...Jr'.. ",: ',\' Ir: ." .. :-. '7.
Butler; and Lester Leach, Dn "'hursa. ......., ). t' .' '. ;' .
Mr. ana Mrs. John RopcIOUBOS onroute to St. Petersburg. j ;: .. >CIII F.h: .
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and daughters of B'r-' von Lee Peyronel, Mrs. Sybl Miss Bobble Sue Barksdale Mrs n:!"itnW; W. Thornton'
mlngham, Ala.. are spending 'ook Glen Haikncss and Ed I ,>f [l-sir::; was home for UK who received their cup* In special ceremonyat md baby! rtiwhter of Norfolk, Pixies who earned their caps. are (front row, from left) : Captain Priest fS.

Thursday to Monday with Reynolds of Starke. I weekend. ./ 4Alia. -, Jh..pUaaludJlary. meeting" Monday night are (from ]eftl) Va arrived Wednesday to spend Tryphenla McRue, Joy Novak, Ltu-Ulo Ko-uffmun. 2nd row Is Commended \

their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman N. K. Hurst of iuillanapolls Betsy !Matthews Beverly Crawford, Jackie Hines, Karen six months with her parents, (l-rj Barbara Shrrrill SuJan Salazar! Dotty Khotlen, unit

George Kopelousoa and Mr. of Jacksonville will spcn I Ind. arrives Satur- {Vise. and Bonnie Thmruifl.' Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick-I Claudette Peterson.! By Air Force
the weekend with Mrs. K
and Mrs. J. R. Wainwrlght. E. lay for an extended visit lana and Mrs. Ellis Thorton

Richard Wainwrlght of FSU Perryman. vith her mother Mrs. W. S. Hospital Auxiliary Names Officers; whllle Mr. Thornton tvll! be on I Seven Pixies Capped In CeremonyAt The Air Forte Commendation
Miss Lou Plummer of Macon to
be lade and Medal WM! presented
will also home tot the family. six months duty In, the Medi-
weekend. School of NUI'slngIacon, Mrs. Amy Wilmot and Mrs. Awards Caps To CandystripersThe terranean. Starke Nursing HomeSeven Cat' >t. Edward C. Priest of
Ga. will be home for the Colo by Col. Leland -
:\'t'ttle Simpson of Jackson- Aurora
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Miss\
I anti
Mr Keith Ollllmlum'
weekend.Mr. Hospital their service to the hospltM I A. Walker, Jr., Center
ville were Tuesday visitors of Bradford County In Salazar, 60.
Elise Jones and Mrs. C. W. Pixies earned the rightto
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1alll>'htel'. Kath'-' and Mrs.
and Mrs. Bobby W. their sister, Mrs Volley Starting Auxiliary field its general and Auxiliary. They Mrs. Eunice :Moncrief, RN commander during a recent
Chalker of Gainesville and -
were I wear were recogntrecl
of Jacksonville
O Ollllnsham caps
!
Welch
of of Hattlesburg Manx who returned last week meeting at St. Mark's wore presented caps to match presented each Pixie with 8 ceremony at the Air Reserve
Sunday visitors Mrs. S. L. at
Friday visitors of11' a special ceremony
are visiting: her patents, Dr. from St. Vincent's Hospital Parish house on Monday evening their uniforms and Mrs. wen last ceramic statuette of a student Personnel Center in Denver,
Peek Sr.Lynwood \: and Mrs. Guy Sale.Mrs held at the Starke Nursing:
and
Mr O. L. Jr.
Haynes where she underwent collar with Mrs Loyree Co- Penoyer pinned the cups on Home graduating with cap am for outstanding accomplishment -
Walters and Velde I for a. week. bone surgery. comlse prenkllnjzr. their heads. Mrs. Coromls Leona- Rnnn' and Mrs recently. The Pixie uniform o' during his tour In South-

Hlghtower of Furman University Robert Bar'ksdam attendeda Mrs. L. H. Futch, Miss Mrs. Vernon Smticker presented expressed: her appreciation of V7 B. Mundv visited! Mrs. Dan The Pixies are from a 11 group to of 17 gown.yellow pinafore with whit east Asia.

Greenville S. C. arrive meeting the National Association -I Madge Middleton and Mrs. the following names services rendered by the group Harris In St. Vincent's Hos- teenage of girls who volunteer' blouse was the color tiiemo. o'' Capt. Priest received the
age
this weekend to spend a'weeks of Theatre Owners Ruth Frazier attended the for membership: :Mrs. Thelma Mrs. Coooml. Introduced Mtn.1 on Sunday afternoon. years their services to the patients the statuettes which wen first Oak Leaf cluster to the

spring holiday with I at the Roosevelt Hotel on Sun- Kappa Delta PI tea at the Ho- DeVIne, Mrs Eloise Dugger, Elden :Mathews who gave a Mrs. Ruth Fraaler.!: Mrs of the Starke Nursing Home made and given for this parnose Air Force Commendation Medal
and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. day afternoon.
Mr. tel Robert Meyer in Jacksonville Mrs. Rudolph Sink and Mrs short talk on the accomplishments Clyde Sinclair Mini Madge Their volunteer duties' range! by !Mrs. Carrie Moore 'for his performance ahtef

last Friday afternoon. James Peterson. Mrs. C. A. of the Vocational Rehabilitation Mtddleton.. Mrs. Luclle Brown from assistance In feeding< VTi-H. Grace Urquhart gave: P of data control at Korixt,
Knight and Mrs. H. C. Ritch Schools In Jack- \Trs.\, Willie Mae Denton. and where he was sta-
Connie Chasteen celebrate; reading, letter writing, taking Sift of candy to the girls Thailand,
gave the financial reports. sonville. He also showed slides Mrs. Marilyn Pob Hs; attenda4 refrethments September: 1965
ceremonies
,er twelfth birthday last Sat- patients for walk, and playing After the I. tioned from
lA
irday evening when her par- Mrs. J. W. Kincnld presented depleting the training of students the Alpha Delta Kappa ban< with them. of cake and punch to September 1960. A graduateof
game
nts. Mr and Mrs. J. R the slate of new officers In all phases of work suet at the Mavflowr: Hotel I r In order to receive her cap .vere enjoyed by the Pixie, Texas! A & :M. Capt. PriestIs
MEET THE for 1967-68: president for students of low IQ. Jacksonville last Gertrudt staff :officer
'n Thursdaynight.
hasteen Jr., took her ant a PixIe must have given e and their guests. Mrs. a personnel
Mrs. Loyree Cbcomlse; presi The membership voted to Personnel
ur friends out to dinner li minimum of SO hours of volun- i iCauffm.in, assistant admin 1 1itrator at the Air Reserve
dent-elect Mrs. Vernon Smucker have booth at the Fair where
a
Gainesville. Dural RftRsdale\ of Florida teer service. + of the Starke Nurslnjlome Center.

; MAN WHOBRINGS 1 Mrs Audy Hlnsan: of Columms Edward; first Hall vice-president; second, vice-:Mrs. hotdoga they will and sell hamburgers will be assistedby and S'Mithern; College was home I I Mrs. Allegra McRae. LPN officiated as hostess. Capt. Priest la the eon or

Ga. Is visiting her par- president, Miss Lillian Stump; the Cnndv trlpers, who last week) for the spring holi- who serves as advisor to the Hubert B.! Priest of Lawtey MibleMersereau ,

ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Den recording secretary., Mrs. D. will have as their own concession days.Mrs. Pixies opened the ceremoniesby STORY HOUt( Mid a grandson at Mra.

YOU nls, for several weeks. M. Pater; treasurer, Mrs. cake, candles and David Coats and chil- Introducing Rev. W. A.: AT TUB LIBRARY"A of Starke.
Mrs. Mae McAteer of Tam- George VV. Brown; corresponding cookies. dren were visiting relatives in Hogan pastor of the First -,-
., pa Is spending this week with secretary, :Mrs. M. W The new officers will be Meridian Miss. Thursday to Baptist Church of Starke, who Sing Along" will be held
her son-in-law dAUghter while gave the invocation. Mrs Del- lit: / the Story Hour at the HAMMONDORGAN
and Monday Mr. Coats was
Greasier! ; membership chairman Installed at the April meeting
NEW IDEAS Mr and Mrs. George Flt1nnl! !Mrs. Eva Anderson,.; and'I and all officers and chairmen attending meetings In Vicksburg ma Novak, RN, supervisor of Clarke-Bradford County Public STUDIOFactory
at the nursing home, Library Thursday from
their Miss. nurses
Candystriper sponsor, Mrs. are asked to bring
: FOR A NEW AREA Jr.Mr.. and Mrs. J. J. Tolbertof David Penoyer. yearly reports at this time.I Mr. and Mrs. Barn Mc capped the girls aa they were 1:30: to 4:15: p.m. Authorized

Charleston. S. C. were Special guests at the meeting The meeting adjourned for Rae visited Dr. and Mrs. Mc Introduced in order of sen- Miss Darlene Huff will tell Hammond Organ
guests last week of Mr and the the social hour in charge of iority of volunteer hours. "Folk Tales' accompanied, by Sale. & Service
were Candy trlpers I I
: .. your' Nationwide agent a good person to Mrs. H. K. Davis. !in their uniforms. Five of the I Mrs. Titus Olson. Delicious I' Rae Jr. and family in Lake First to'recelve her cap was Miss Dorothy Mixon who! will I...-urn to play the easy way
know for help when need it for helpful City on Sunday. ]I 92 N. W. 10th Ave.
you Andrea and Scott Buck of I members Beverly Crawford,, served Joy Novak, ''Who has given play the guitar.All I 110
refreshments from I Center
were
: new ideas when you want quality insurance at low East Palatka spent Thursdayto Jackie Hines, Betsy Matthews,', Ben Allen and:! motorcycle :hours of volunteer service. children 6Bre/ I Gainesville Shopping

rates. :Meet him, know him, call him soon! Sunday with their grandparents Karen Wise and Bonnie Thorn, a beautifully appointed table friends from Gainesville attended Other Pixies capped In orderof ages II I

Mr. and Mrs. Mor- as received special recognition L centered with an arrangement the American Motor- service, were: Tryphenia welcome. Adjustable VlnF nook

: BILL POWELL\ gan Rlcharde and their par- for having completed 100 houn of pink and white azaleas. cycle laces at the Interna- McRae, 73 hours; Barbara CCI vt"rll." All rises SO cents en.
ents, Mr. snd Mrs. Lyle Buck Sherrill, 6ft; Claudette Peter- \ Classified Ad I in the TELJ..I at The Trttyaph. ..
tional speedway at Daytona 53 I _
eon 61; Lucille Kauffman ;
404 W. Madison St. Phone 96 &-616; joined them on Sunday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick Col. and Mrs. E. O. Posey GRAPH brings results.
Bach last weekend. Dotty Rhoden, DO; and Susan L
: Starke, Florida and Mrs. Richarde will be of West Florida anc and daughter, Mary, of Atlanta -I

visiting the Bucks in East Pa- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon ol! Ga., and Dave Long of .
: VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR NEXT WEEK! laka on Easter Sunday. Jacksonville and children will I FSU will be Easter veekend -3'., -

I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan visit Mrs. Gladys Weldon! over guests of Col. and Mrs T. T.

and family of Lake City were the weekend. They will all gc I Long.

weekend guests of her par- to the home of Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Ray Salazar was
.. ents, Mr. and Mis. H. A. Law- Steve Weldon In Macclenny on L pleasantly surprised at a small t

ATIOMWIDE; son.Mr. Saturday for an Eastei egs I birthday party fo ra few 4 reason
"' and Mrs. T. T. Huttoof hunt and::! will be Joined b y friends and family given In good

Jacksonville and Mr and Ma- and Mrs. W. A. Weldon I rl her honor Sunday afternoon

.. : Mrs. Charles Parker of Cocoa o(, Lake City. by Mrs. David Montgomery

- Miltenwld Mutual Iniurino' Company Nationwide Mutual Fir* 'Iniuranct Company I and their children spent the Mr. and Mrs Mack William s I and Mrs. Robert Paterson at
: Nationwide Ufa Inauranct Company .home office, Columbus, Ohio weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. Jr. and daughters of New City,,, the home of the latter.
I
.. ,. C. Wells and family. N. Y. arrive Saturday for N. N. Stringfellow and Mr. why it's time to buyJyour

-I week's visit with Mr. and- Mrs aand' !Mrs. H. E. Graddlok:: of

Williams Sr. and family. Dothan, Ala. were weekend
@ Will I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Haines guests of :Mr.' and Mrs. N. R.
you pay and Crawford and Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Ocala were '
J. T. Lawson
Sunday evening visitors oi f
r' Mr. and :Mrs. Alton Bowers 6"1 Mustang
I
Mr. fend Mrs, Charles Hardy
$600 more than Buj.. Lawson of Marlon N of Jacksonville were Sunday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
- I C. will be home for the week-
Starling and family.
s I end.Mrs. Mrs. A. A. Peck of Jacksonville ""..f.fI .fi "'""
necessary to I L. H Futch and Miss I Is visiting Mrs. Arlen

w !Marine! Mlddletan attended a, McKntght: this week.

retired teachers meeting alI t; Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley! I

; do over kitchen? I niveri'dc'! Presbyterian church j of Sarasota spent the tvcekI -
your last Friday. I end with Mr. and Mrs. David

w Mrs. Bill Beck of Hender-, Browning and also attended

.. !TOnville. N. C. and Mr*. Marvin -I the FEA convention In Jacks I
..
.. sf ; i Johns of Jacksonville were 1 sonville.
w f J Jw a last! Thursday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Nixon

r k and Mrs L D. Green 'Mid fam- j and family of Muncie Ind.
a. x ) \\1.,. Were weekend guests of Mr.

..... R. .+iLwt+ ,,,.ap ayw Mn\ Ronnie Pirson and and Mrs.. and George Mrs. V.W.J. Drown.I Speng-.I I IMaJ. .
"aiisrhter. I
a 4ra' Stacey. of Clarks-
let Mr. and Mrs. John Totodo,
.. .t vllle Tenn. were vls'tln her
.. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns,
parents, Mr. and .
Mr!' Eldon
Ya. + and Mr. and Mrs. J. IJ. War-1
S ; i
.. II Mathews from Sunday to ren attended '
the
.. 'Wednesday while Military ball d I
ir. i-
Mrs. Mathews : II
.. and banquet at the Ponce de I,
WAS oonlnerl in Bradford
.... a I County Hospital.Mr. Leon Hotel In St. Augustine I

... and Mrs. Jack Bell at01lnesv1l1e. Saturday Mark Gomes night.underwent heart A y:' I
:Mr.\
- and! Mrs. Resale surgery In the Gainesville

: Vnu could if you have to borrow the Thomas of Starke, and Mr. Medical Center last Friday. .,. .. -'t.. ".1', "r- 1
money and .S.u .
.. but if Mrs. Robert Bell and Mrs. W, B. Alexander and ) g : rr
not you save ahead.
: ; daughter of Macclenny were Miss Wilma Alexander will
just make saving with us a habit Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
move
next week from 472 W. -
.:. Then when you want money for something special: Vergle Flynn. Madison Street to the Hrg.An '61 Mustang Hardtop '' I,

you'll have it. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ora- la Webb home at 401 ." ,'

: Your savings will work for you and earn excellent returns. ham were visiting their son- Center Street. Z,

: This is a lot more profitable to in-law and! daughter Mr. and Tommy Andrews of the University -
you
.. than borrowing and interest Mrs.- Dennis Williams In Largo of Georgia was home -

: In fact, the difference between paying the on a loan. over" the weekend. They for the weekend. 1. You'll be driving America's No. 1 Fun Car .7- .
earnings you gel Nrmurht hack their grand- Beverly and Martha Prices start low
Gay as as
- and the interest that's outsold all imitators by over a million.
you'd the
pay on, say a $2,500 kitchen (or attic daughter, Deldre for a week's Hammond of Winter Haven one

. or 'living\ room or whatever room) remodeling[ visit and the Williams will be spent the weekend with their 2. You'll live it up in the all-new larger sportier ;t

: could add up to a new patio. here this weekend to take her I I cousins Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mustang, loaded with better ideas for '67. 3. You'll '.
: See how the saving habit offal home. Mr. and Mrs. Oraham Hardy. $2290 "
.. Saving makes the difference.pays and Deldre visited Mrs. Bertha -I Stuart Spraglns of Little get the best deal in town. 4. A rough winter up ,
.
Fuller in Tallahassee Rock, Ark. was visiting Dr. north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that t

.:. OFFERING PASSBOOK{ AND CERTIFICATE Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper : and Thursday Mrs. and H. H.Friday.A Adams. on, must move now. ,@.-.......). Yes prices on the sporty new

and family of Cocoa scent the Mustang Hardtop start at an

: SAIlING PLANS weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Visit your t unbelievably low figure. See
Classified! Ad In the TEL -
C. t
. Cooper. The Coopers /
us today for our low prices,
GRAPH brings results.
__ also had
a "'L as Sunday visitors Ford Countryheadquarters
. 1 I trade ins and monthly
Mr II"<" Mrs! James Corner : high easy

: and family and Mr.' and : THE BRADFORD II 1 termstosuityourbudget.Get
Start Your Insured
Savings Program Today At Herbert Carroll of l\fra'i COUNTY TELEGRAPH your Ford Dealer's selling price.

aa and Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin Ste-I' t a d aYeTERWILLEGAR!
ware of Gainesville. Published every Thursdayat

1 Orelg Moyer Jr. of Man 138 W. Call St.
Savings & Loan Assoc.- darin was visiting Steve and Starke: Fla. 82091

. i I Stuart Strickland over the I
; OF STARKE weekend.Mr. Second class postage paidat MOTORSYour

4 1 and Mrs. Charles Hardy Starke, Fla.

; %, 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-5000 and family and Mr.' and Mrs. Subscription Rates:
, __ I
Charles Francis and) daughter In trade area: $3.59 per

attended a family reunion at year; $2.00 fix month Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and
FIRST FEDERAL IS OPEN EACH WEDNESDAY the home of Mrs- a. E. Mc-

Oauley In Palatka on Punday. E. L. Matthews, editor and Union Counties and Keystone Heights
UNTIL 3 P.M. Misses CIndy Comb and Dubllalter

Susan Bostwtck of Jackson- OutskI trade area: $4.00 'I 2 06 W. MADISON ST. Starke, Florida .. PHONE 964-7200

yule were weekend guests of per year: f 2.2.IWc' month I .. .. .. .
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!lOAY. MARCH 23. 1967 BRADFORD___n___ ____ COITNTV TEI.F.ORAl'n. MT.'RKJI. :, FiA IUT A .. _PAnll!_Time-in_nn_'_!_
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I I ,i\ COUNTY .nrttaK! ..s c'OtrRT, Mottle. P. Calmaran.. di>.r.aM>d,
Mrs. Joe GissyIs (IN' AND FOR HRADFOHOC'rt arc hereby noun a ana t.quired ..
f thf NTY, > DA.MA'I''I'tFl to file any claim or
Vice PresidentOf Jn .fu Btatttte of tnnnilH which they may. here
P. OAHAOAN. nfralniit said entatu In the af,
a ,' .m. "d. ,
Deanery < flea of the county Juditt" >C
MW'ru J "'<> l'N Ff'nllaAir
Bradford County, Florida In
I ". 1 I'clltiUH' c.f. the estate OfMEKKiTT thu courthouse, :. at Stnrki: Klor
Mrs. Joe Gissy was elected I iila witttlu' .. Mix ",.I""d., ., 'in .,,hrt.

and installed as vlce-prcsltlent I i publication from the of tint thin of nuts the[ F.ni first, f

GLADYS MOOTY of the St. Augustine tVtfar.eiy: L .. .AHDMfDWlfERS.1 cia In, or demand muter bf in
Phone 961-7603 Dlosceon Council of Catholic ? writing and must state the
; te..t mSAVE;$ $ $ $ pluit or reMlciem t< and pout
Women on Wednesday March V ; office .u.ldr I .... of Clio ,almant!
14 at their Spring mealing: at II und mint be sworn to by the
I Margaret ColsonComplimented the IIr r package low-cost .... claimant. his. agent or his at
Jacksonville Beach Woman's policy .1 -- torney, or It will. bvonmr void
Club. I f ell laState lie onllnir to I la.....
v Farm tiro. i.Ca.alty.
Company February 16, 1907,
I
Other officers elected were -- R. Emmett .
GahagcitnI
At Bridal Shower Mrs. Julian Warren of Jack I Powell Qahng-an

sonville\ president; Mrs. J. D. w 'I I'I f I Estate Co-Rxocutor of at the

Miss Margaret Col on, prospective Beeson Jacksonville secretary WILLIAMS Mettle P. Oiihogan dee
bride of April 21, was and Mrs. Lawrence Mont- THOMAS A PIERCJi
I 117 N. Walnut St.
Jii.l-B North Tempi Ave.
bridal
with a I
complimented gomry of Palatka, treasurer.St. k Bturke, Florida
shower last Friday night given Augustine Deanery is I Phone 961-5391) I '-9 4t 8-81

by Miss Janet Hardy at the composed of Women's Guilds: I I I ''St I

home of her parents on E. Altar Societies and Home and I I HEALTH FACTS
.t Call Street.
School Associations from I
The refreshment table In Catholic In Northern II
parishes
I NERVOUS TENSION
the family room, wan' covered Florida with a membershipof g I ,

with a cutwork cloth /and. centered approximately 2400. All is another one of the many complaints that
with an arrangement of: I S iK
affiliation presidents gave a I respond favorably/ to Chiropractic care. Sedatives
and azaleas.
dogwood pink report on, the highlights of
I This was flanked by pink their ..... ...... .. or tranquilLeors: may ease the tension temporarilybut
I II' tapers In silver holder guild activities for the ........M.----: BBBIB.wMn whiro1.1rMntfifiTgflrfir? JfcHrv ig jn-an.B BHgiaaHa permit the condition to become progressivelyworse.
.. II
year. '
; ;:;' 110.;,...,: I Among the 24 gut.te were Attending; from Starkn were Pictured at reception are (from loft): Stiirko ItlMV Club president. "'11'.. ICldnni: I Only the removal of the nerve pressure' bya

n :Mrs. R. A. Colson mother of Mrs. Glxsy, ,Father Edward KinuniuiN. Mrt. Vauline Tormle. Mrs. .f. D. l ojl. >. Ambassador. l5n"tn li, 111'I' I WilliamsNormanEngagement properly trained and equipped Chiropractor will

it// the honoree Mrs. F. "F.' Flume KIrby and his mother, Mrs. Ilnoimtrnli Mrs. I.ojrfn Cocon-lsc, Mrs I K\i ljn lluney, !\hll. l osla> n'I I.! and Mrs. I 1 correct !such! condition!
/
"J i':'" _,:'I ,: Nobels her grandmother of Lake City, Mrs.and Robert Mian Anne KIrby Mrs Henry Set- Dorothy. Alllberger.\ bliss! Della llosciil>crf| eighth nirmtx-r of the group" Is not I r Your Chiropractor is a Specialist in this field.

'\= :i t Pater of fanelli, president of St. Edward's plt.tI1Pl'I.I Mr and Mr, A. C. Wlllluma Phone him for an appointment today
M.. .. Margaret Keystone
: : 'o1It..n' Altar Society Mrs announce the engagement -
.
r : :- 11 Heights.The Francis Mcng-, Mrs. Robbie I \ TOMORROW NEVER COMES
honoree was J presentedwith / BPW Members Pictured On Tour of their daughter, Brenda -
Sheller Mrs. Richard Rich-
Dull to Harold Dean Norman -
Bollinger
Mary '
crystal a pattern piece of and her 11.1Iris chosen ards and Mrs. Victor Gingras. Right", members of the Starke in, :the state.Sightseeing. nora Trejos. Two receptions! grandson, of Mr and (A public service of the North East Florida

President Of corsage from her hostess as BPW Club returned last week! was enjoyed'\ were also held for the touring Mrs. Ed Tucker, all of Starke. Chiropractic Assn.! )

Music Fraternity a memento of the occasion. First Baptist from a four-day Hem laphertc' with a trip to the recently I BPW delegates: one by U S.I J-UKS Williams will graduate

Misses. Jayne and June Circles Meet Friendship trip to Costa Rica,' active volcano, Train \vhlchis Ambassador and Mrs. Clarence: from Bradford High SchoolIn -
Miss Mary Bolllngrer- of Hardy assisted 'their ulster lu Central America. 11,257 feet high: lUll: to Boonstrah at the U. S. Embassy June Mr. Norman graduated ;

Starke a member of the serving. Fifty-seven members of the the Pacific Coast result of and the other by the from Bradford High SchoolIn
Helen Masters Circle of the
Junior class at William Carey! Florida Federation of BFW Puntarenas.The International Woman's Club of 1966 and l Is assistant mana- Come and
First Church WMU
College Hattlesburg. Mass. Baptist Clubs made the trip with the delegation wn r. 'i,lvi'il er of Nel ner's DepartmentStore L
: Follows met at the church Tuesday San Jose Costa Rica.
has }>een elected president of, Reception Starke Club having: the largest by the President of Co.u ... RICH. In Pulatka. Hoar rj
OmJcron Sigma Chapter of f Senior Recital morning at 9:30: o'clock with. representation of any club I, Jose Joaqulm Trojos. sad! Rri Wedding plans will bo an- .
j Mrs. T. B. Harding prelh.1lng.Taking
International nounced at a later data.
Delta Omicron Of Burge SearingA part on the program' ;;
music ; r
fraternity.The were IMr M. B. Jordan Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi tidally next wedn.cSda-\\ < a
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. f
reception followed the H. M. Hatcher and Mrs. Ef- with the annUl 1 Recent Births REV. MARVIN
M. G. Bollinger of Starke, Honors RusheesAt Club .
.
fie Carter.
senior piano recital of Burge i a -
Mary Is a 1964 graduate ol The Is invited to come Bradford County Hospital
Ethel Biggs Circle met Tues. public |
Searing at the home of Roger Tea SundayBeta
Bradford High School and l lmalorlpg id I the at noon for the following births:
L. Cushman professor of piano day at the home of Mrs. J. to fairgrounds announces FAILE .
!! in the field of music the traditional fried fish dinner -I Mr. and Mrs. William Steve
D. Warren with Mrs. M A.
at Stetson University on Sunday Sigma Phi sorority v
She anticipates earning two and entertainment provided Nipper Starke a daughter,
March 12.Outoftown Payne presiding. Mrs. Marilyn honored new rushees at a .e a
j
degrees by next year: a Bachelor the Club.State Sheri March 17.
a free by Rotary Kay
guests IncJadotl.Mr. Roberts presented the programon Preferential" / Sunday afternoon r .
-of Arts In music theory.1 and Mrs. Earl Seating the need for Home MIssions from three to four Comptroller Fied' Mr. and Mrs Robert Hugh/
and a Bachelor of Music In I will be the main Audi-edge Starke a son
I Mrs. Mona Canova David Brownlee Circle met at the o'clock at the home of !Mrs. Dickinson
I music education. Canova Dee Walters of Starke; home of !Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Eve Baldwin director. s. 1g.h. speaker following the fish Jerry March\ 20. ---.1.1I .1I
Mills Bollinger Is a member with Mrs. Vernon Silco.t fry, with Commission of Ag- Mr and Mrs. Freddie Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Colic Nicholsof as The tea table was covered
I of Music Educators National I Chattahoochee; Rex Nichols co-hostess. Mrs. W. A. Hogan, with an Imported linen cut riculture Doyle Conner as I Crews Starke a. daughter I

Conference and has sung wllli of Gainesville; ?' tr. and Mrs. chairman conducted the meet work cloth and centered withan master of ceiemolnes. March 20.
the College Chorale for HOMECOMING
Carey Joe Jones of Bushnell and ing and Mrs. E. D. Tenloy arrangement of yellow
two Last the I
years. year Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeArmltageof presented a program, on, Home roses the sorority flower, on h. .
g r 0 up 'widely acclaimed I LAkeland. Missions. an oval reflector. Balancing Hearing To Be Held By Council

throughout the South toured I I Lottie Moon Circle met at the were silver ;' ,c ,

the RCA East In New and York recorded City.with''I 1'' A CKamiried! brines Ad results.In the TELEGRAPH the church with Mrs. Paul candelabra arrangement holding burning On Activities Of Genealogistweeks i HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH

Carter' co-chairman, presiding. yellow tapers. Mrs. James

Mrs. Bobby Taylor, program Bloodworth presided at :the Thp City Council will after she moved here

chairman/ was assisted by punch bowl and Mrs. Arthur r cluct'n hearing at !5 Jn '(March of that year. Mrs, I

Mrs. Lane Tenley Helen Crosby Patray poured coffee from a L :aft Monday March 27 Into eon\\ Miller is said to have come SUNDAY APRIL 2ND
,
MAKE DEPOSITS and Lou Dockery In presenting silver service. activities of Mrs. Sandy f here! from New Orleans whore

I "Are Home Missions, Mrs. Meed Lewis presidentof ler of 261 S. Orange Street, | there was also some question

Needed 1"Woodman the sorority and Mrs. Bald- -, Starke In the field of genealogy as to her activities. Plan To Have Dinner After

win greeted guests at the ,' .' JJ Y'' I At present she holds City!
door. Riishees attending were occupational license No. 33
Mayor Carl Hurst said yesterday ,
CircleIs' Mrs. Tommy Tyre of Keystone, that he had written and State and County occupational Services
Trained .1
1 ". Heights Mrs Wayne Douglas Dogs' Mrs.> Miller notifying her that : license No. 81. -
Entertained ......
Miss Martha Sue McCain Mrs. her city occupational license r- -- -- ------- -- -"

Mrs. Willie Mae\ Judd and Lou Chaff, Miss Wanda Williams Will/ Drill At as a genealogist would be

Miss Joyce Conklin, and revoked effective March 27 STAnKE LAST MINUTE
Mrs. Maude Weeks enter
Mrs. Townsend Strickland Fair Opening unless she appeared at the 5
PLAZA
tained the Woodman's Circleon White corsages were presented p.m hearing and Is able to
Monday afternoon at the to Mrs. Baldwin and home of the latter. Tho old adage "Everythingseems
Mrs E. L. Matthws. sponsors the numerous complaints
ing }
Plans 'were made to furnish Among the guests were past to be going() to the dogs"IH received from all parts of they'I
refreshments to the .\3 not quite true in that ,
pa- sponsors and directors: Mrs. I country concerning her op-
1 tients of the Starke Nursing Loyree Cocomlop Mrs. W. B. opening day HctlvltlcH for tho ernlions. .. rr
and'
Home at 1:30: ( p.m. on Easter Swell Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Bradford County Fair In-I Mayor Hurst said the complaints !

f2m (l Sunday with Mrs. Judd and Mrs. W. A. Stern. Strawberry Festival will had just come to his
elude coming to the Fair.The
dogs
:Mrs. Weeks as chairmen. The sorority will meet Mon- | attention during' the past week,

-f1 fI. i The hostesses served refreshments day Night, March 27 at 8 dogs referred of' to Jackson-are the but that the Starko polite de- :..
K-9 DrUI Team
If following the meet- o'clock at the Starke Recrea- I partment had a file containIng -'
at 8 I'
Ing. tion Center on Pratt St. A ville. They will appear I
Tupperware party will be held In p.m.the Wednesday fairgrounds show March nrena.29, qulries' a large and complaints number of con-In- I; -e Y Picture-Pretty and Gay as SpringLADIES'

JUST TWO OF OUR MODERN I and members and rushees are Their performance will Inoluda corning Mrs. Miller's methodof i \
reminded to Invite guests for operating her business as
REPAIRLAWN a precision drill team exhibition | BLOUSES
CONVENIENT SERVICES i the evening.I and several ,Hirils nets. an "authorized genealogical ,
.t,.te MOWEIW doaler" I <<;
The K-9 Club of Jacksonville .
NOW Two Negroes has been organized eight Genealogy In the history of if 1'i
IIOME; OWNKI f Avoid the rmlt at years and has appeared over descent: of an Individual or a Special '

I HOME OPERATED HUSH'S GULFSTATION Plead Guilty 89 times In seven states. The family from an ancestor 299'
i circus portion of the team The Starke-Bradford County Dacron and
: the Ted Muck I Chamber of Commerce also 'i \ Cotton Blouses '
appeared on
.
The Community State BankOF \\ ",r'' You Buy' Your I Johnnie Lee Short 10, of Amateur Hour when It was i has a voluminous file of inquiries ; in fussy sissy, .

Fish Bait and Tm-kle Luke City wan sentenced Friday filmed In Miami /and complaints concerning dressy styles .-"yr.",," ?.......
N. TEMPLE: : AVK.PHONK to eight", years In the State Mrs. Miller, stalling/ with lace and
STARKE I The 1967 Fair will own| of- ruffle trim.They're ... """"7:" "
Prison at Raiford two few .of'
: 001.1:1111: i on back In April 1D6S a ,
"in"as ', -
MEMBER F. D. I. C. : charges of assault with Intent as ,t' .
.
"In" can be i .
I I to commit manslaughter and at this :". '. ...,...,. ,' y/
'
I Jt .
"
The terms will run concurrently price you'llwant ''- '
Circuit Judge GeorgeL. to buy a I.. ,(

FOR THE THURS.PHI. I Patten decreed. dozen! ;, ;. .J "."' JIJ .
(.
I, ,
SAT. I Short not represented by h 1 :.
I an attorney pleaded guilty f; :/,.., \

Easter Season and Mom to a March assault In whichhe Perfect Complement to Your t Ladies' Seamless,
stabbed! Robert Reese 29 f ,

and his companion. May Edda New Spring Wardrobe [ FIRST QUALITY
Avlnger 24. Short broke into

Beautiful 98 the room where the two were

MUMS $ I sleeping.The / HYLONHOSE
Incident occurred at 3 WDpURSES '
Blooming
STR ;
am. on Saturday. March 4. ,,
In a cabin at lola Littles' Cafe

MANY COLORS at 860 Brownlee Street In + $ $

"' Reno. The Avinger woman ran \ !TO ,';/ t ,:t

r' : LOWEST PRICE EVER! from the cabin and was stab r e .' ? PRo SOCf .
bed In Littles' cafe. !
t:
Short had waived a So smart they'll go I '' k
I pre ,
t
'liminary hearing and pleaded t + r' with any outfit! Nov L Micromesh or plain seamless
'Y
DOGWOODS guilty before being sentenced .t elty straws In an Ir. ;t' hose perfect In every I
ou r S PASS resistible asortment .
t I Raymond Robinson 26-year- h. way. Smooth snug fin
of designs
89Ct Newest Spring shades
old Waldo ranged
Negro pleaded .
2' SUBIICT TO 10. SIRVICI CHARGE CHILDREN + shapes. A wide
I 8> to 11. Every pair
sIZes /
t guilty to breaking and entering 2S.SERVICE CHARGE ADULTS .
of colors.
salt
t 3-4' TREES i Paul's Store In Rene Pq, guaranteed.PreEaster .

I the night of March 10. At ..... 17TH ANNUAL


I 2 FOR $1.50BEAUTIFUL I I the requested R.request A. Green a of pre-sentence Public Jr, the Defendei court Investigation ( 'cS: oJ BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR Special! Men's No-Iron


I for Robinson ant STRAWBERRYuttnt
reduced his bond to $500. NATIONAL

j POLE PHILODENDRON $i4 JL 98 I' Robinson pleaded guilty to + FESTIVAL SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS

Ea.
breaking and entering wiui I
tent to commit petty larceny. FAIR GROUNDS -STARKE MARCH 29 THRU 't p.--.

I I He was arrested while Inslc APRIL :It :1967

fi PEAT LORIDA We Still HaveAZALEAS i the Chambers store by City and Felix PatrolmeBill Sap' HOURS WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. :12-11 No-Iron 100% Nylon short Trico sleeve guaranteed dress 9

shirts in button-down and
DUMAS 'f EST who went to the scene afte spread collars. Choose from
,I two witnesses reported seeln white and dressy blue In sizes ONLY
some one enter the store b 14VS to 17. Buy 'em by the
ONTROlCHUHCUCO. Each I breaking a window. box at this low low prical Orr ,

; 350 BAG a 29t

'liE HIGH fOlNl/ lor I

Phone 964.5745 the way :you write. Come -" |
3 $$1.00 3 f for 790 aAd select favorite Et! '
Bgs. your iTIRrR
539 E. CALL ST. TERBROOK fountain pen Open all day every day-Friday and Saturday till 7 p.m.

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that's why we'ra. gonna le;; to consider that Issue a part to a House seat last November Y v. w..1' .rrr "" -- --1 -

Straw Ballot I them (the voters) agree" I of the hearing "You Just ,but had his district i iIq I !JLt. Gov. Installs !ICI1 ICI- ,

Hamilton said. can't tell how that might affect changed by reapportionment.Thomas New MembersAt 1 -r'
rh'k.e. '
"There's Just one thing that. businessmen,; you can't an attorney, was ".':{ .d i' I 2i- 'A1+1 I

Set TuesdayContinue concerns me," ;Norman said, tell what might develop in I II elected justice of the peaceon I Civitan Club i iIt' :
"We could wind up with 10 the future,' he added. the Republican ticket last 1. flI

or 15 per cent, of the people I November, the first Republican I The Garden Restaurant was I

( ) F-..., faga OreJ voting to put It one place or'Water TasteIs to be elected to county, -'b"-, -" the scene Tuesday morning of It'It'I.
the other." office In Clay County in recent I an Impressive initiation Clre.1

vote should. be '. roved by the years. mony conducted by Lt. Gov. ,

Board BO that no p-ecedent Questioned Polls Tuesday will open at J Robert Turner of Zone One, I.: '-; 'O' "'

would b. ict to allow] Just Legion Site 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Florida District, Civitan In te'a' ,

ady issue to be placed on a (Continued From Page One) i 'I'I ternational.The 1' ; ;.') 4''" '?,1 ., ,

private ballot. Hamilton Indians SetReservation ( itwo new members inducted ; Let.', .
!
Correct?" Veteran Councilmen I ,ti \ ': I"
agreed, and told the Board Ruled I at this time were ,

that a group of private citizens Okay Orle Wiggins and Ruby i Here I James B. Godwin, Assistant I:!fl-, "I.r'-' .t, (
had Johns Indicated it had. I "
agreed to assume ,
.
tld) cost of the ballot. which' [Continued From Pass One] "I also understand the Fire [Continued From Page One i Florida i JII I,,t it' ""',.L:'t ';!J.O>',"tJli'> .." ..

must be separate from the I Department got an, additionalman 9 II the East Unit, and Jim Reddish i"-" ,

official ballot. ignated to flush the 'hydrants," Several members of the Classification Officer at

Xt will be handled by reg- Attorney George Pierce Williams continued. tribe will participate In the I'I the East Unit

ular poll workers, howeverthe represented the. plaintiffs, tak-, Yes, Chief' Buford replied, forthcoming Bradford County Turner has jurlsdlctlt: over BHS Food Services TraineesThe
Commission will count ing the question Yawn origi- Fair and Strawberry. Festival.
but since ther the depart all Civitan Clubs In ths area
the courthouse ballots. Poll nally raised, while Yawn rep- Their exhibit will show their first thrna students to sign for the Bradford
ment has had several resignations Bicycle Safety from Starke to Chieflaud 1, and up
workers will receive $1.50 resented the Commission in method of sewing colorful In- ,
per and the extra man as far north as, and Includ- High's prospective course In Supervised Food Servlceljre
hour but will be paid for one his position as county attorney.In dian costumes. They will also I
hour less than they work to Thursday's hearing Yawn is not extra any more; he'son sell some souvenirs These proud children are graduated of the Bicycle Safety ing, Tallahassee. He Is' business l- ((1-r) Joan Starling, Linda Rowe, and Darlene Starling-all
the regular staff. In fact, at the Florida .,
account for the time It wouldtake I said "If the area is contiguous,' Buford' said, the department isI The 301 Osceola Indian Village Clinic sponsored last week by the Junior Woman' Club. State manager Juniors. (.. -15:

them to make the count. the better view would be that short and Souvenir Shop will Over 50 children took part in the clinic and graduates recelwed Prison.
I working a man now 'be constructed after the Indians Food Services I and II will be offered In the new Brad
A second discussion oc- the Commission could locate and the hydrants. are checked a gold certificate certifying they had successfully. '
public buildings In annexed l' have located at the ford-UJllonc-Voocational Technical Ganter as soon as It la, complete -
curred over whether or not an only when there Is spare time I'I completed the safety clinic.
coats of the two sites should area" He said that a ruling from duties. State Road 100 site. Plans TOE RIGHT POINT for the next year, taking rare of 20 students and adults. Planning
more pressing
be listed. Hamilton favored Thursday was "absolutely es-I Discussion subsided I|, call for setting; up an alligator The children took the tot under the watchful eyes of Assistant way you write. Come ki and and preparing balanced meal. In large quantities and
but Johns said I sential" to the issue so a slto only 'wrestling pit, a .mobile) borne Police Chief Kenneth Fuqua and Patrolman Charles select your favorite ESTER-
,
Includingthem that did not enter Into the could be voted on the March i when Supt. S. R. Hicks I trailer park, a souvenir shop, Blalock on at course laid out on the paved bus loading ama BROOK fountain pen. TELE- supervision of large kitchens will be stressed\ with an eye
teered from his
iriatter. Anyway Johns said, 28 ballot should be Legion site I a man to check vOlun-1 an airboat raceway and a mid- at Bradford High School. TELEGRA PIL toward jobs in restaurants and ca-faterlas.
Department
I
get auto These will
prove admissible, as it did.1 raceway.
there are hidden costs on both
drants each 30 to 60 days.
I II all be correlated with a projectthat
ctSttt Hamilton agreed to Pierce contended that "Just f
The same man would check I Bradford : .

that.Norman because the city limits were I them all' the time Utilities Thomas is developing.County's Thomasis Herb I ;It'.HI11.. ['! I4:. "jF.'" ':.,Io; <:,,, ,;_,":, <;1I"1.7II 7..,: ,,-.:; .,;;,,, .;; _>;>>> ::u.t;:; : ,. I'7Il.itl! !:.......,,... ,..et"'........,"" !K'....="' .! .!.:..M.v..1.,..",.I//!. 1 "' 'III! 'j 4
extended it doesn't mean the / 3 ta a pqJfd
swayed that Issue Supt. Oscar Davis said, so
I noted for his baseball career
when he favored list County Seat was extended bya ,
simply he could learn how to leave that 44
ing the two sites with no vote of the people." I them in good working order years. Mr.spanned and Mrs.nearly Thomas V IL 'L

comment "Well, I feel this way aboutit for the Fire Department. have granted a long-term

;There was also a brief dls-1 ," Judge Adkina stated after dollar a year lease'to the a

evasion over the comparative pouring over a pile of law Osceolas for the 301 attrac byr e. ; +ne

size of the two sites. Johns books."I Issues May I tion. Mr. Thomas will be developing 3 fi bi '' i f '' h .a l lCLAed1PIEfl <

Mid the new courthouse, alat-, can't follow the reason- the boat and auto n_._ .........-

ed to be 33,000 square feet, Ing that people voted on one racing projects himself. Some HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR, RENT furnished up- Eva: VRANCIII

Will occupy about twothirdsof little spot of ground. They, Draw VotersContinued construction of the track Is All stairs apartment. large rooms AT REDUCED, RATES
the present! site even with I voted on the County Seat as' : already under way RATES!: & UPHOLSTERY WORKS and bath, air conditioned automatic AUTO, FIRE, BOAT FRONT ALIGNMENT
'I
'the additional purchase. The an integral part of the Cityof Iht.; IB word ___...'!.IHI< 710 Lemon St. Palatka. gas heat.. Washingtonand DOYLE E. CONNER LateNt Precision! Equipment
present,] would be a little over' Starke. I think It's all ( From Page One] __ Furniture Repaired Grand |QD.00. Call Waldo INSURANCE AGENCY Factory Trained ]Mechanics: ,
I' Rotarians Told Wash word aver IS __.OTUx I All Work Guaranteed.
one acre, ho said. right to build it. out. there." I er. Is the Democratic nominee Upholstered & Refinished 468-1578 3t. 3-30 Urtig

But Hamilton argued<< there'' The question of moving the,, and Is opposed by Republican Of Danger In Use .ald<.. .har.IB ..."If....not. ___-_..23MICMOIIIAI. < MATTRESSES REBUILTNew CARL This Week Special
would be "ample room to park I courthouse from the business!i Ralph L. Thomas of BEGGS $5.55
Of InsecticidesCaution
about 75 cars." I district. is a local question, Orange Park, i ... HKHOLITIWMSV : Innersprings Gulf ServiceUSED parts extra If neededFIRESTONE

"I know We don't agree. Judge Adkina! said, refusing!i Tyre was likewise re-elected In the use of Insecticides cent per wurd and Box SpringsDrop I MARY
A'Card Call PARTS
CARD Or THANK! Us or
I I I stressed by ... ____ 312 W. Madison
was BO wo"d or f2.&o l PALAT {A EA 3-9166 Top Prices for Wrecked (pars
Dempsey Sapp, of Gainesville, Bark word over BO __...O SURE WORLD
I CARTER BE TO SEE
In talk at the Rotary Club
a
luncheon meeting Wednesday. YOUR BEST BARGAIN 209 E. Adkins St. .- Fuel Oil ... I BOOK before buying any.
S e
A graduate entomologist ADULT EDUCATION' clauses starke Agent AAA S & H Green Stamp jther encyclopedia. At. Jk.i .

Sapp said that Insects are responsible Join now. Elementary: and Ilwy. 301 N. Waldo i Payne, your l local representative -

for from three to Secondary. Phone 964-6091: REDUCED FROM 9100 TO 488-1008 PAINTS since IMS. Box 828.I ,

four billion dollars In damage; I days: 964-6800. evenings. tf I I Phone 964-6560. tfchg

RCA Victor annually to agricultural cropsIn $70 PER MO.\ I' I
Value Man 102 E. Brownlee St.
Myers Power ToolsArea
the U. S. If uncontrolled, NEW ONE BEDROOM Lawn MowerREPAIR ,
they can actually destroy a Nation Wide FURNISHED Complete Line Headquarters For

'civilization, the speaker said. I Paint Factory I SERVICE of Lawnmowers Powe!: To..
Sapp was Introduced by GARDEN APTS. I Minor McCulloch Chain Saws
103 E. Brownies St. Tune-up or Overhaul -
IM. A. Baldwin, Jr. AIR CONDITIONNEXT New Wheel". Controls PaintsSuppli I Piunps it t Water Systems
L. H. Gibson announced that I Re Gal Value Briggs Stratton Engines
;. $1.99 eta. We also Have .
Terry Yawn, a member of the TO BJI.S ON Pick-up and Delivery Serv- ., Rentals Sale Service!
3 Gal. For
Rotary sponsored Interact $5.00 ice. and I 230 N.E. 19th Av.,'

Club, had been selected as a WASHINGTON" ST. CALLFIRESTONE Gainesville)

%: student representative from HeR'. $2.99 Gal. Value Call j I lies I 3783111tfcfi.

BHS to the Governor's Con- 4 Gal. For $10.00 I "
;; LargestCej ference on Education to be MR. MASONcare 961-7592 I USED VACUUM: cleaners reconditioned

held soon at Cocoa Beach. 812 W. Madison $13 up. 10 different
Rear.: $3.99 Gal. Value of Ernest Tew I '. Starke 51.... tf For All Purposes I. name ''brands to choose from.

IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT 4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER r ; Parts & excellent. repairs all

IN AND FOR BRADFORD Realty, Inc. LACY CONWAY. makes. KIRBY SALES &
R COUNTY, FLORIDA.In ZIPPERS
reBetate' of FLYING SERVICE SERVICE: 712 N.lMa1n, Gainesville
MATTIE P. OAHAOAN, 'I Gainesville Ph. 376-6161. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- 370-7110., tfchgTEe
7 & 10 In lOc --' ,
MNOTICH I
TV Picture OP PHOHATBITO plane rentals.' Greyhound Bus
PERSONS INTERESTED WEED CUTTINGAll 2906 N. W. 13th St.
ALL '
IN THE STATE OF SAID Charter, Keep your party to- 14 In. .. 15c r
DEDENT: gather charter a bus Phone

You are hereby Instrument notified purport-thata Types )64-6090.) tfchg 22 In. . 25c Rancher
written ,
InS to be the last will and Bulldozer: & ONE STOP
teetament of Bald decedent hoe Openings for waitresses and Inc.:
been admitted to probate In Drag Line WorkJ. truck,
thti court. You are hereby com- drivers.Central MARRIED COUPLES WANTED :-
manded within eta l calendar C. Gardner MASONRYMATERIALS I for cottage parent work, C Western Wear
of the
month from the date Employment Service
tint publication thle court PHONE 964-7720 I 864-6557 couples start at M43 per,mo. O Guns
to appear In and Minimum education 9, age 21

why how the cause action If pay of this you court UNCXAUi:. ] TAX SERVICE -. plus. 5 day week. In general O Livestock

In admitting .aid will to pre- George E. LaRue I Reasonable Fees! Fast Accurate married couples work same

tt voked.bate should not eland unre- INSURANCE AGENCY Ready Mix Concrete, Con II Service! Call Ralph shift. Qualified single persons Supplies

/./Theron ATa"D, Where Medicare Stops crete Block, Sand. Rock, Bryan 964-6208 or Charles also accepted. If Interested apply O Saddlery
COUNTY JUDGE I I' in Personnel Office.
WE START! C. Johns 634-5865. person
COUNTY, Cement, Mortar, Steel l, Oyster :
CORD I Low: Cost Medicare\ Plus Shell. Llmerock, Roof I 4tchg 3-28 Sunlankt Training Center;
FREELAND BROWN
II 4t |>M12Wides. Gainesville! 4tchjr 3-30
!
Protection As Low As II
Gravel, Precuwt LJatela and
r ---- .. SAVE SAVE] SAVE Manager6th\
r '66 A Year Window Sills. Everythingfor
Extra Clean
Auto Fire Home Owners Masonry: (Construction. Re-worked electric THE RIGHT POINT for the Street
II
ranges no Junk
Life Accident the write. Come In
way you
;
\ ; trade-Ins accepted.
Keystone Heights 473-4692 ANNOUNCINGA JACKSON and select your favorite ES- Near Livestock Market
I
fluting I TERBKOOK fountain 'n.TFLFC.RAPH .
I P
ENUICE NURSERY I BUILDERS SUPPLY
Custom Made I Gainesville! 376-4595
Tomato plants banded An Stchg 3-23
For Florida Living I
nuals, Citrus trees and Ornamental Mix Plantat NEW MOBILE homes Chick-
Ready
I SAVE:
SAVE: SAVE
\ Get More shrubs. 2 miles North, Re-worked asha 20' k 24' wide Buddy- No. 497 Nice completely
I ii \TOll of Lawtey on 301. Turn Westat electric bench mo- Clemson, Layton Travel Trail. I I furnished 2 bedroom bungalow -
I For Your $ $ tors. Sizes up to 2 hp. Average
sign. Phone 783-3465.. I KeystoneHeights 995. Greatly reduced ers; Liberty, Taylor, Azalea., all utilities, approximately -

No Salaried or Commissioned Stchg 3-23 prices on others. buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing I .1 acre, shade tree,
For Better Service To Buckeye Trailer Mart, In town. Underpriced at
EmployeesDAD MALE ATTENDANT 8 Jackson Builders Supply Inc 867S Roosevelt Blvd. .
That Area. $7,700.No.
RGAVIGTOR I T COLOR TV & 12 education. 3tchg 3-23 '
through grade
& BRAD.LARSEN I Orange Park 2642131. tfclipWQRLD'3 : 476 Cattle and Timber -
18 2 state
Age ,
residency
WORK years We Will Not Be FOR RENT 1 and 2 bedroom Ranch at ZOO acres, 130
LIKE
TO Personell Office Northeast SMALLEST electric
.
.
Undersold. trailer. Will (furnish space in acres In Improved pasture
Fla. State Hospital Macclen-. adding machine: adds sub-
;
.
wooded. Tenant
Bene'fitlAD town or can be moved to 70 acrea
1 YOU ny Fla. 4tchg 4-6 tracts, multiplies; has credit
C hou_ Call for and
Glare-proof rectangular RCA ftI.UIeColor your owe lot For sale 21" prices
Bradford
balance. Only $10980
Tube shows tb- oictur*'iha way FOR RENT Two bedroom, Bradford Phllco TV, also 14' Admiral Countv Telegraph- tf- I term

the camera tees ft .. Sizes on Display two bath concrete block home I Deepfreeze both used very STROUT REALTX ...
_. .,--. .' 8-10-12 Wide on Kingsley Lake. Prefer' year little. J. B. White, W4-6114. for Sale HOUSE AND 2117 N. Temple Ave.f-'StfaVrf,

.> New V. a 25.000oft eMsIII derel$ ,I'/j!' Baths round! tenant.. Phone 5332621.. : Engineering Stclig 3-23 FURNITURE 210 N. Cherry Fla. ((904)) 964-6609. Frei C6o:

fright, brilliant color picture* 1 and Expandable 2tp 3-30 APPRAISALS AND 9647271. tfchg al List. ,

BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT CONFIDENTIALINFORMATION For Sale-HOUSE AND LOT
Super-powerful New Vista Vrff eba Co. FOR SALE Big Boy BeefSteak
>
Subdivision Game Reserve 321 W. Madison, near Starke
New
sensitive Solid State UFH tuner and. Used8Yr and hard road. Property In. Concerning property and prop- Plaza. 964.7271. tfchgFOR tomato plants; shrub-
Phone Starke erty values in Florida bery Azaleas reduced price;
City Limits, Andrews Subdivision Prop
e RCA Automatic Color Purifier "cancel: .*"! financing availableUse north of Reception Center i i 964-5403 erty. Over thirty years experience RENT 2 bedroom Geraniums. V. R. Ferguson*

impuntie caused by external 1aCgne- Road 121." All subdivisions in Real Estate mat- (furnished house. Adults only. RaIford Rd., 9646227. .

Our Rental-Pur. zoned and FHA approved. For ters and Active Real Estate Apply 309 North Water St.tfchg. 3tchg 339FOR

fernRCA chase Plan-Payment* information call or write E. Keystone Ready Broker since 1953. 'A. J. ESm urn s eI

solid copper drafts:- for apace aga ,Under $50 Per Month. B. Andrews, P. O. Box' 95, Mix: Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 9645701. TREE SURGERY and Dock apartment. Utilities furnished

depend otwlijy ILLUSTRATED Lake Butler, Fla.. or phone 473-4285 GERMAN SHEPFRD Puppies Building kill] moss with $10 per week. M. R. Judd, 121

496-4671, or' Brown Realty, KeystoneFOR 8 months old For Sale. 301- spray or de-moss, complete Lafayette SL Phone 9645931.tfchy.
Lake City Phone 752-3561. removal service, trim. Insured.
NOWMobile 18 Hampton. A. Zacek. ltp
/ 4tp 4-13 '
Earl Burke Tree Surgery -
SALE Tomato Plants
FOR SALE 1966 Honda FOR SALE Pet rabbits
328-3298, Palatka after
.I THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS: SINGER AUTOMATIC :ManaJucie, Rutgers, and Mar- Sport 65. Excellent condition. 6:30 phone: p.m. or 629-4447- Ocala. any size now available atSmith's

Home SitesAVAILABLE CONSOLE MODLSewIn& : globe. Onion' plant Jean Phone 833-2152. tcng 3tpd 3-23 Shell Station, Lawtsy.
Terrell
,
Fla.
Ralford near
zig 3-30
i machine Zags 3tchg
blind stitches, buttonholes, .FIre Tower. Itj FOR RENT 3 room and FOR RENT Unfurnished,
r - Ufll' AlI : ----. Full Lake Privileges decorates, eto.. Original price FISH BAIT, Live bait minnows bath furnished cottage. SIS two BR house outside city. FOR SALE 4 wheel trailer

Homestead Exempt- $299. Has balance of $67 or and Shlnners, large earthworm Nona St. tfchg Furnished apartments in with frigerator body $200. M.

No Down To 3 Yrs. To Financing reliable party in this area can *. 1 mile South of Keystone 'Starke. W. H. Nollman. U chg R. Judd. 127 Lafayette St.
I Money -- Up Pay JI | .. I I assume 92 weekly payments.Will WANTED Dependablewhite Phone 964- 931. tfchg'
Heights on Road 100, at man with,experience to WANTED Trim carpenter,
Lake Geneva "' take older machine intrade. Lake Geneva, Fla. Calvin Hall, work at service station. Apply 1st. class..- Whitehead Brothers WAITRESS WANTED-apply
I I Phone COLLECT, Jacksonville phone 4733071.. 2t pd 2-2; L. B. (Red) Alvarez 109 Phone 934-7498. 2tchg 3-30 in person at Trail Motel and
Winkler Electric Inc.I 'I 333-1946. Ask for'
| { j N. Temple Avenue. Stchg 4-6 Restaurant. 2tchg 3-23
Trailer Sales credit manage' Will deliver, PUMPS: &: WATER SYST7'MSSALES FOR RENT!: 2 bedroom unfurnished -

I I no obligation i'3tcbg 3-30: &: SERVICE! : FOR SALES (Make an offer, house. 308 S. Water. LOST David Bradley ChainSaw .

IJ PHONE 964-7596 234 N. TEMPLE J BANK FINANCING 3 bedroom, 3 bath home. "407 ltchg with, bow. Lost on Rd.
AVE.-I OB Route Ice On Mile SB: FOR SALE '64 4-door .
DURRANCH PUMP &: W. Washington St. 2tp 3-30 100 between Thereasa and
L-- Keystone Height Dodge Dart,! standard'shift I SUPPLY CO. FOR SALE Small mare, Silver Lake road Wednesday

_ __ j Open Sun.:&.Evening radio and heater. Excellent I 133 N. TEMPLE Adjustable VlnjI Book bridle 'and saddle $l2 .OO. between 5:30:: and 6:30: pro.

condition and mileage... $800. PHONE 861-7061 I Cevers. All sixes JO cents ea. Phon 964-7220 Dolph E. Reddish Reward. Ray F. Griffls,

_L. ,_ Phono 664-0793 Uchg. ,, 'tc.b& d.-6 at The Telegraph .' ,' Itchg phone 9647903. ItchgPAOli ''
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I 4 Science Fair Set At April 1 Brings

Region: Today Fairgrounds I Two Deadlines:

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Of Importance
., I
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Bradford High School I Ihosting Is "
1 the annual Region 4 ""' .-. .: .... April, 1 means two deadlinos -

Science Pair to be open to the for Bradford! Count1

public at the Fairgrounds today property owners
2 (Thurcdnyl tt Is the deadline for npplyln.7 -

Nine BHS exhibits and two for homestead ex-
from Starke Elementary wilt: 1 i mptlon and alHO the deadline I

3 be entered, according to BH; for payment of 19U5 ad

Science Instructor Walker valorem taxes without pen.i'tyI .
I Homeowners ivlio' fall ti,)
,. .. .U4 MtoWrtj > Stewart. They were Belecte!
laHt Thursday as the bent ot apply for exemption; ; by April

31 projects! entered in a com 1 will have to pbxe": or

petition at BHS. '! the $.1,000 exempumn! \whirl
\*** tft* V v* *1flfW** .
Bobby White a senior DBS amounts to about V'3 i In !coun.I !
I
METHOAPROAC science student hns the top I ty taxes, or 1'otl11 of opi -

exhibit *In. the local compel: i proximately |100 if thu real. I

tlon with a demonstration ot dent lives within the City lit

the application of solar] energy Starke.
Bradford Fair On TV
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to the heating of house' Delinquent property! taxpaycis -

Also selected to prCHen will be subject to a tI.I'."

their projects in the Region per cent penalty if taxeiaren't IVtt.tr! J. Noval lc; (left), exnrutlve! vice" pn-ttldent of the;,

4 competition today were Linda I paid by April 1, ant \ Sturke-Bradfonl' County Chamber of Commerce'; and County
this could,I to 13
mount
Paterson Donald Salaisa: pel.. Agent Goorffe T. HugglM' (center) appeared an guettti ofDuvnt .
David Penorer Mlko Dewrlcl I cent/ if the land goes upfo; County A Rent Jim'ab60n on' the "III Neighbor

Jack Campbell, Richard Yaur sale.
'- tetovlnlon Hhow 12 Jacksonville thla
T.} on Channel mornlngv
-. t' .,' i Paul McLeod and Terry :'fllI'U' IJ nIUl"l'I .
{ Yawn. Novak anil Huggta* wem plugging: the forthcoming Bradford
..; .' IMnlnll'fH. .
; '
." County Fair and XatlonuJ Festival March"
Stewart head of the BHS: Strawberry
.
, \ I JOHN A. f.VKtt, M Hi.NUT .
Science Department said heW 29 April 1.Hi'al .
";* **I :to".1'.1 01(>
, : ., B well pleased] with the I'T', NH'IIOfjAH! H. IIAUAMANN. -
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.'. quality of the work done by; H. WAINWItlOIIT.JAMI'LS,: HAM. JAMEAI.HICUT. M. IJOHN'S 'I,I. of mill Court thli 17th Coroan ;MoNaal. Mm. BertlRoblnKMt. .
', "' "'1"I 1\ the students. JOHN A. CTr.VKll! : ,. day of :'March l t)7.CHAULKH ) Mm. r.oulii.* BroMtottTPIIKCINCT
, ,1 Entries from Bradford 11 1'1NII 1KTTA: THOM F'St! IN, ill KNHY '. I '" A. HAKE)?, !\0. H
......... .. MITyiintJ' *. J. W. HUB':.. CMjKIIK, OF TUB I Simtmnrci. National auarcf Arm'
I ..... ., Union Baker, Columbia Su- I Y'A' '1'1" ('IIAI.J[ S '1'I10IlU'.>lI >N !'lltI"UIT' COI'll'r. .ry. I'Ilark"' Clerk. "11'. :A.
'. I; wannee, Gilchriat, Haxniltor alin known III l'. It. THOMI',. Hlt> ltKOItl> COUNTY, H. Hurlry Jr. ; In..p.ot..r., Mr*.
1 ; I ..
.1" : FI.OKI1JA VI.TH Ormirlcin./ !Mrs. Pe..IfY 8h l-
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.' Lafayette and Dixie Counties SON.Y"U tin> hurruy' notlflml thHun t Ity iiKulult M. Moody,' Icr, Mm.! Marcnret B. WllUams..:'
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I ; ..' can be seen in the Region I Hi'lli'ii in vjuli't/ Till* th I) 1'.lIly, "IArll I'ltBCI ICT NO. "
.iI -. t Fair. t .. following' pronfrlv. hi I 3.:1 l !l 41, ..1:1: Ky rt>n... .HnnlhHlda Klamnntarr: '
I .. I IIrRdr".1 "ollnty. ...Iorl....: I School. t rk Clerk. Mf.
;;.; ffi. .. ;i" Exhibits will also bo .enter -- John K. Hammond; Inspectors' ,
.f' "---' A imrcrl of lunil In the Nor \\ ,",1I1'U'.: :
I Jo Kiln I Hamei
Mm. : Mrs.
I Hardy
ed, he said by students ot l the !HTC'-i\ of Swllon 1TiiwnHlilii
Hoard fI' County Commls- ..
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.. Santa Fe High School of the Student* display an n\UI Interest In Pit"I l Molpml's Stmlj, t Month, Rnnira 2Rnctjln :I.I..h". \ .... uf nrndford" County 1+ floweli. Mr>CT Florence." t 010 FlynnVPflKCI -..*
104 of Smuklnir and iCunopr.' I'aul'i, niocblnn rollertrttho I : nradfurd. Co..nlY'lnrl. fo'lorllllhftvf'' UMlovtod, the t"l.| .. ..
nioklnx
.. / "hone > .lnus
High Sprlngs-Alacmta area S'orlJirant .
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.Ia. I'ommenf* at tho lowlnif ait tlm unlllnir |Uni '
.. "" t t> Judges for the event will tnr.. and nlrotlite In it clear pluxtlc bottle for irll to iteu. I fnrnfi' of llm NWHlh ,..r olerka' and ,liiMpectortt, for I Hi* Thora.l I.. IIUI-MVI' "" I-InniWFiurs Clark, ,Mrs.Aim. .r.A'.....*'"*
-.. *- !fIr. I M'i of Hm-tlnn :.12 J Town'' al..cln 1 oluctlon. to bo huldIMI ..
be Dr. Frederick King of San It run aM< bn sevn at the n Kl''." Vutr.Chuck 2H FltiMi th I 8llili! I y, \11' Ruth drlftlcrMm.
: lilp( tt Houlli Ktiniro March BH 19,17.PIU"I'i"r Kndatt.PlinCINC'l' .
: Jerry
.,' tI!. Fe Junior College Jerry; I In liradfcird Oiuniy, Klorlrtnthi'tiri : :XI. 1 : NO. It
.' T' ; :; Rothchild and Phil Johanaen .* run South :n I deirr1. Ijiwtuy. t'lty Hall Lawluyi'lui Hampton City Hall Hampton -
17 GO" KnKt: aloutr the HUM k. !Mr*., tmyitf Starling ; InMpurtora Clerk., Mr. W. H. Mai.weU.
'. \ both of St. Johns River Junlor l linn of Hi* mild NVV'i uf th, MrH. luulim Hiiu Tlio- Incpectom, :\[... Clarice Adklns,'
College. "' IOV, of 1I..tl..n. S3, ft din. .limn.. ., Mr.. I>(iruthy. Hi'iiufttMm. Mrs. HHlney Norman Mrs. .Nuwnle .
lV' 1 The exhibits cover work I tRiire iir 080 f"*t :: tlit-nu. ru V. 'r.!" "n. R..ddlnli.! Wnttemon.mnri.NCT. .
Smith 811 deiirmi 42' 10" \Vi>n' ..F.{"' f'T '0. :I NO. la
done in various phases of the 23.00 toot to tho point.. of bo, Kelly Kacrontlun 'Hall Uiwtcyfleik Lincoln City Starka PubllwUbrary.
tinning : them1. i'.inHniiHoutli Mr C'. R t.-nrtor: In- atttrke Clark.. -Mr
and scten ( -
biological physical 16 d"I i cea.Ing. I I 101.3 led tlit-nrc run Hont \ .. J. Jor",,,,. .Mr... .\. CI'ettrce. Mrs. 1'uui Knynmna, Mr*, foarlI'lfkerlnir
I 4 di'nrrooH" Of 4:1": nimt, III. Mr. Hill Hoto.C! .
fool ;; thi'iic* ,run. North Kii [ iMtnciNOT >o. aI l'uaCI'Iof'T NO. 19 ARtiwell
cltvi.cn IT 4i": I ICllHt 103..I ("rllwt..r,'. Urndford, County Terwlllevar Aloton*
I however. I I ti'vt, tln-nr.. fun North 3 >licr .... Knlr pulldlng' atarku < Clerk..Mra. .J ( ,Kord, ), Stark -. CUrki: Mra.
.i." If 60" Wont pat-nil* .Marvin I oniy.tr: Invpnc* Jean' Inspector*, Mt>*eVirrultie
\ The woman is charged L'1 to the mild. !Kant lino uf Ih'' tori, jMrH.I KlHln:' Nurninn: MrH' ,' ; : evgOI:; ; .Mrs. EtbekHoitl""i'i'
Bradford County with four I NW'4' of tlm MSM\ oirtlon "' .,,,. Hhcllle'' 'Hull (Ivrl*. Mr. J. U ->-f Mrs/ HarshCoraisi. :.
31 .a, dUtitnt'K of Ho.fei't .I CTNO.. lit Wn. ,
Hnntrv.PIIGCINCI" .
counts of forgery( and uttering to the point' \ 'of hnitlnnlntf NO. I..h'L' :.':htos Bulldlnn' %
I a forgery with bond set at 1. ; LES>M A;SI; > 'K.M'li'.l"th : : l.oPtrlon Hall, American:. LeRlonUuildlng 'ilrahum Clark Mm.. Nor' _

500 on each charge. ,Aireste of. Hi Southerly' Hnld pxoi B.O,|>fo tliiu..t tlior bvlni*. ........p'.. '"Hturke"' ...,....-; CI..rk11'".........";.r.... N..IU..Arnol J. Ijnfevers:
Monday In Gainesville the for .a drainage i-niifnient. .Mr.: JoNcph: A. (lia'xy, Mi' Myrtl :- lcivinn. .." H. ...Ic..." ..... ...
-- ---- -- ----- --- I hna. li e..n fllfd naiilimt you nn.U .' >- W. .IUIIHH, Mm., M. H. Crawtonl. PltKl.NCT NO. 1aampson.
same charge I It pending against 'lltrJi, ;
A U'mon(4tratl of how solar rirtrgy, / tan be uiwl to heat hoiuum won ItllSInenlor r. ('ItAN) >r.Kit aim know!. Home of KateSltarko :
Bt'l .
her' there IMIICCIr )\0. Clerk.' Mm.Hannbyj SlranellM
but loctauthorities fllANDMOU. "ml Wll.Ur -
Hobby White top exhibit In Bradford High Hchool'n! -lpnce Fair laHt Thurs" an CAP'I>: IIIIOWN\ an I'Htfi'iidnntt. ,. >,,i.niit Urn\'.. Km. have retainer on: '-' '' Hlillko -'" Clerk, lIlr1. Jordan, Mm.' Oeoi-gla' A. KayA
day. A din-gram of a Holar cell and a motor running from energy provldni by a I her. I L ''1't.' und you of arc required written to a.ry dfenmH. ..._ Nlta McKani: InniifotorH, Mm.II.IIIL burn, Mr< M rir;,ret Prevail...;

nolar cell were demonntrated by White. In winning n place! in the Keffton 4 .'al... Mrs, Roberts had apparently .. -- u "unpy. If any your tn It on .'l'h.)1" \ ,Mat'>11'.l.liaMttiln M-"", ,C-wfi'r Mm. b'runrliMfum ''.l.. lirooker' PWECI.NCT, Community: NO.' IS A HousfJA *
.Ir.. Attorney fnI'lnliitirrx I'
----- ,--- .. been traveling around the IIutcheHon. fourth (friwle !Ktarke Klrnicntary' tuileut I A.' Yawn, whomi nil.trcKn. I II1 II IMIK.ClSfTNO.. 41, I >vuuK.r -< v.irt. ""rll. I'nerl.
"florldii. Vandarlillt, Jlom\ uf .Inn"" M. l>yal ; Inspoctore, :Mr. *. JilcquWVIllne
state .
Htitrkw (
cashing bad checks and o. Mrawnr !I40. No'rinun, ,' 'Mtftrk&-l'II'rk. .. .(*
entrreil' thin model of a volcanic] mountain In Intlonesli 11 .. nrlwlnnl tlitr. i Uuikl ) Haitar :fit. Doris K
is wanted In several counties. and tile lh Alrti. Vfruun" Uoddlwli ; IIDIIIHUtors .. hjvn Harrell. -
Wf
Check Forger Oreen said.Control. In the Science Fair lunt. Thurwluy, at HriMlford High l School of with II", 'CI..rk of tlm, nhuv.It; Mra. Oorl US.! Nurinan. ley. PRECINCT 'NO. IS B -
Htj'lBd I'uui'l on or liefor* iri24th ....... 1.H"n, Conner. Mm. ,\. 11. Store, N"-
New River :Moody
<1iuck In tits: son of !ftfr. imd Mm. iChurlex iiirtchottun. 1.\\ ilny, of April.. lOHT ; othvwlim > ,
: '. 1' .. Lin""
.. W..hl'n. River Clerk, >11'
Hits/ Four n Judm'ii) nt may" be all,I I PI."HCI\CT: NO. T ,...uui'ewi Innviviorii, Mrs. Marl*
Lost .\ Clunstnml AA In the TKLiiIN (.TIT OP "'I.oHIO.N ANKOll :: trr.il" liK'ilnat. you fur .till Ukiniplaint. rellt.f I,. Reno K. J. U.! lllRll Hchool.Mtarlca Hank Crews, III r.. Alberta JoutK
PltADfUHD CDUWT'r. di>mnnd Clorli. Mr.. William Mm. JJ:. J. Lunu""' .
Local Firms 111 (at.\1"1I brln&, "."" .".s. J I'AHB !Nil.; ___. ilotlund Ju"p.cton, Mm. It a-. "
2 Cars Roll : LF/J:/ II. OIU..IX. .rill III* wit'. \vrr.NKSS'my': Ijaml, ..imd. tli,I.I.l ; "
,
,, tTllCL'IT .
d'' :; Till'; COUI1T OfPIX
A traveling bad check artist,, ,, >HIIlA K1UHTII .M.'lUriAt i:
Two cars went out of C1HCU1T' IN ANU lTCMt UU.VIJ- GAINES
con. "Enchantment" by
In : ;
the. second to hit Stnrke r' trol and turned over last week tf"(>ni > COUNTY Distinctive and Impressive
recent months found lour victims CIVIL, AfrlON NO. Hi
; but neither driver, the lon l'U.\I IIIIK HICD: JK ,
last week before she was "\
occupant In both I'lnlntirf.. durobls fobrU* ond.iub'l* >. .
cnses, was ,? ? .,,.,J .
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arrested in Gainesville.the woman'sdriver' -' ,. not Injured seriously. \ SlOIUMON vsPt.N'NA : TIEKD "jomt io o and
A tracer on Brady Edward McLeod. 62of l>efen, <'lnnt.OTICM. tail*,, you'll' oppr ''n'e' 111!} beauty imd'oVfUnrtdlM f v'f6r lit *
license led to the arrest .' .
Starke \ 0| XI IT t4n ru t d .
was charged with ihil quality QfoujJ.Choo.t'your
of Mrs. Sarah Roberts, TO: m.MNA HKrt.MON HKICJ': IJ of (hi tlawd soM' loom in
wilful and wanton reckleni Now Itrilnewlok' NM\V .lt ri <.y olpr bnd ntnh y Mt'homwilH'tf frMhrnnw lO R
She cash I <
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Da'VtonlHch.
21. I driving when his 1983 Ford YOU ARM: ll&KKHY NdTlFIKH
ed checks totaling: $127.20 inStarke sedan ]left SR-100 last I that mi uclk.ii' of dlvuri'u .
Thurs .
lifts hui>n flleil jiiralnst I
at) Cohen's Dept. Store, day at 8:30: p.m. Damage to von In the. above-styled Court

Van H. Priest's, the Firestone both aides and (the top totaled imd you Mr* required to serve

Store and Carp's. J825 according to FHF a 'Ylj'n'o'I' I on te JttmeHU defenses

All bore the forged signature Trooper J. K. Wade.Traveling Tu-nillnsxn. of HfltriKlM.AK.MlCIIAh : .
whose Gray Flynn, Hlxth grade Starke Elementary student, wm .' ; ;!* A .O.U'N..N.Atlorn..ya .
of Mrs. James Wllllami east on SR-100,, .
address was given as various one of two elementary Mtudrntn. la the county to enter a I McLeod ran off the left side *.. I I. for Pout plaintiff OffU-r Drawer whosoiuldre .

numbers on South Street, according proJtH-t In the Bradford High. Sc.hool HclMire Fair lant Thurn-. i of the road traveled along C, UiiJnp.v III.., 1.1"\0111.. \ und flln

to Deputy Sheriff day. Gray demontrufcMl the prlnclplno of a nuclear' fallout: the shoulder for 200 ,feet,, of the tike original..hov.-atyle,1 with, I the Court C'lurh onr

Robert Green. There is a Mrs. ..he Iter. lie U. the won of Mr. and Mr*. George Flynn J... crossed the road from left tc t > bfltH-t. at April 1961. '".thnrwlHe ,
right/ for 73 feet then traveled jt luiluinnnt may be entered -
Williams the
James manager axalnHt you' the *
of Cohen's Dpt. Store and another 200 feet off the lief <1i>manded' In tr.rA: '. nJ;
mounts of $3t.50. :31.50, J31.0O Eery was exposed. .
right side of the Onmolalnt.V1TNKK3
road. The
wife of James William!?!, owner
and $33.20. The Florida Bank I At Carp's the woman's check: \ ; my ha ml l nnd th.
of the Bradford Bartev Shop. ; car finally rolled over one seal of sifl'l ourt nn tM, 21st
Both are well known business' at Stirke caught them when was cashed but the store did II and a half times coming to day of ''ar<'h. .\. I >. IK17Phurliii
so many checks on the Williams' I not net her driver's license, rest on Its top, 37 feet from A I'n 11.yClvrk .
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people. uf sikl'l ('nunin "
: account came tnrough all the identification
I number L the pavement n.-ul'ih'' M. MiitidyIiei ,
But the Williams don't live I made out to the same person the Sheriff's Department had II Robert Samuel Spltchcr 23. 1'1, Clerk ..
on South Street. for similar amounts. The bank j on the woman Wednesday,, of Panama City was cn"l'gcd j-ji: ; 41, 4 iiI.V :

The checks were In the a- called Williams an-i the for- The investigation Is contlnu-. with failure ta have hl. Volkswagen -

sedan under control I THIS. CIRCflT I'CH'ItT OK.. ,
I THE JUDICIAL CUtRuuD ,
when he fell anleep and tan .KlplITH F-It'f'E

off the right side of U. S. 301 "

COME TO THE FAIR! 3.3 miles north of Lawtey at >ItIt UPHOLSTERED

3:15: a.m. Saturday The car i' ( d. '.
traveled 180 foet down the .
side of the road before rollIng I I 'FURNITUREOf
I GAS LINED $' n9
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR over one and a halftimes .ROOM. .
LIVING
2 PC. '
., coming to rest 33 feet 10 .YEAR WAKHANTY 1"9' =
\ CviHioo' Soft > Wtitthinfl,' Choi? I 7
off the west side of the road. i 3 :' A MAGNIFICENT SELECTION OPOOWN -

: Both cars were traveling Gas i "Biuuit lufild O, O"1i o'lTI on lof : I ALL THE NEWEST STYLES: IN:

excess of !55 mph according i "d thoir. hmlbt.; 1 1ban. cUIhn'! :' !Ii1.d'' $10. .$? A"W' .. e* RADIANT COLOR AND -

E 5 to Trooper Wade's report The I ti DECORATOK FABRICS -
Y driven were taken to the < .

: ',WE WILL BE THERE! report Bradford stated.Berry County. HoapiUl, the Water Heater """.:" Our Buying Committee spent man,.:
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days with this great DYing room

manufacturer completing the arrangements -=
: ...... Pageant
on thla: wonderful line.. We are'extremely .;
.n" You can own
Directors Named proud to offer such sen-j=

Bite I an endless National values and at the 'same time:*
The annual North Florida
Strawberry Queen Beauty supply of hot feature the latent in styling, designZand

Pageant will have a new directress decorative colors C

this year -.- MissMarie water for only -

: Davidson of the Davidson "TRADITIONAL" =

Hause OF mUSiE School of Florida at Atlantic **M penniet) with (11 The" hoi-lUg of the! "OI I South' *nvelop*> Tthl

'!'Bench. economicalSlade '. Krnnd JO I" of.u Tuxnlo otyHnu .en--::
The finishing school will hu'nt-r* the two round. h l"tri an.1 l ilrllght-_
offer a f50O: scholarship to the Gas fid liund pleatrd bliwult tufted b t'k. M! "*

new Strawberry Queen, Fair ; ,1,1 frog fiwttonpM' on the *.klrt. Ctmnnn from a :3 3himt

for is now bringing the Manager Pete Novak has an ..J ...' !H '" of rich matrU.H.. and dacutuk fabrics_
Serving area many years .,.. "
your nounced. .'II'' II.J b." .'1 "" 1''" tho und colon. "
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Jad" 1 .., 00", .olt f >A'" "' ., '" d. -
store right to door step. Mis" Davidson .Is also account """ ..)fl 1" .: -
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your 2.91 .. A., '1" \\I.nuf.I" '" an" j ,.. 11: ."
executive for TV Chan ; r Month 1..1. toil. oth.' U
nel 17.The er .0.' c".0.< ', .' :, BADCOCKFURNITUR-E
'1".IOtf"c;, "_.f. .; .. ;t. : : W S

MANY BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROM beauty pageant Is You Can Par This Out ". i" If" -..... ...1':' "'j I' ., .
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sponsored each year by the I Of Your Savings When ; : ,' :
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Bring the children and try one of our fine practice pianos or one of Starke Clvltnn Club. You Use Slade G'aa. I.'IVt ; :;":/'_ .: : ". I AND APPLIANCE'ASSOC'..

.. r\f.7.! ..j.j -
our beautiful new Spinet pianos. ;; .,t., "
Slade Gas I' \ r '. / 'f .. i'.1''. J.t >1 STORE =
":' .,,; L.. ..,rtfCj.; .. -

Priced Right For Your Fair t'". TVi< p*>i TV /"' _l 1 tC-:"J">1"f., 'f.:".'.."'1'. Phone 961-5239&

..7oto\.9S r -wjKfV.r ._-1rit! .::S iL '-' 9"9.r-: 'ji. -
& Appliances :;;( -r- -- ..; _i i'*'Xc : -' ijj!?! } Star k'e, Fla. ,,3

Same easy terms arranged, as always. Hear and play ... __ .' \ '.. ,, ,,1-. :". .' \ '!-: I :

the CONN ORGAN. Many used models to choose from. t k666 332 MADISON I d""IN''. io m. Avbbe;.,C"usHI. .. '1'; ...;..J." HERMAN WILLIS. Owner -


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BRADFORD COTTNTT TEL GRAPR. HTARKK. FLORIDA THIJR DAV, MARCH 23, 1967New
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II I- the ,games might start on
TORNADOS Starke Man Is One Of Seven Thursday nights and last HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE

T \ The Most Awful Sound Arrested In Baker County Raid the through cessions Sunday apparently but that. now had ST. EDWARDS- (CHURCH

been moved to the first of feturke'
I
"Thut'it the most awful miiintl I'\'e ever heard: I Johnny Bates of Starke was front door, while two more I the week to avoid detection.
one of seven men arrested :I deputies entered the cabin I Some of the games ran on Sunday Mass ______ 9:15: a.m.
In bet! > Unto It off at ,
nit ev night
straight up ry goes
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LE Monday night by Baker rom the rear. I for two or three days at a Thursday Mass 6:00: p.ro
COlIRC'llmllnlt'rrlt t. William suit! of the city's,
(City coun-I' time, he added.
I ty officers in a raid I "Tho players just sat where r Saturday:
S air raid warning, siren which I 1'4 also lifted a* u.. flrnwlitetle. gambling hideout near t they were, and asked I he I Lenten Devotions __ 7 p.m.
't Georgia line north of Mac- had a search warrant," Thrift ( Only 8 Days Confessions 5 & 7:30: pm.
1 Williams. wanted t.. knowlint the siren would clenny. said. "We said no; we saw I Holy Day Mass ____ 0:00 p.m.
S' 11jDEagOf TDv .sound like If a national" emergency ocnirrrd.I He commented Others arrested during a the game going on," he added. Left To Apply
uD poker game In. progress at a The players asked to put ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH
For
> l4u,' that It Hound like a war every time the whistle ExemptionOnly
nnDi'a cabin in the secluded "Steel up bond, but were told that Keystone Height
.
Mot go&. .M off and told hiM fellow board member that wo
Bridge Road" area were Bob- they could go on home with eight days are left for
I the sound used In \\'arid'nr' II as an air raid warning."But by Johns, J. C Yarbrough, instructions to meet at the Holy Week Sermons:
B bark
P II I It'Yt. Now that the sun Is 200 persona who received home
on the north side of the equator how wnulil I you feel it It (the fire truck) were Jr., Oollce' Rhoden Fred Bennett judge's office at 10 a.m. stead exemption benefits in Holy Thursday __ 7:00 p.m.
1 1 ui baseball season 'Is getting going to your house," Chairman Ruby Johns ankrd.. shealso and Otis Rhoden, all of I "Thin prevented them from 1966 to renew their applica- Good Friday __ 7:00: p.m.

I into full swing. For the Tornadoes pointed out the ste. -ii was. purchased mostly with Baker County, and Richard merely paying and forfeiting tions for 1967, according! to Holy Saturday ____ 11:15:
bond without having to face p.m. Followed by Mass at midnight -
last Saturday night federal funds, I I..* used| im an emergency warning system. Foster Jacksonville. a Tax Assessor Gene Lonar/ .
Acting on a tip from an the judge, the sheriff said.
was a dismal opening as they by the Civil Defense unit, and lliarN. the type the, 'The assessor'es office will' remain -
i+s r I beaten by Fu- Informer, the Baker officers County Judge J. R. Burnsed Masses: Sunday, 11:45: all
k I Ii were soundly this Saturday
open
government require surrounded the ''shack, apparently later placed all' seven men Wednesday 7 p.m. (Conies*
I latka All was 112. not despair' however Benin.H. Fire Chief Red I Kuford noted It gets tho unseen and. observedthe under $100 bonds on, chargesof Apiil renew 1 to serve their thone appllcftlonsduring unableto slons before devotions). Holy
+ of theBrave's Job lonn.. game In progress throughone gambling. day Mass 7:30: a.m. i
most
r I because
4 the week. The applications -
of the few unsealed win Sheriff Thrift said the raid
runs came in cne inn- But Wllllnma had Home consolation "I feel the
I can be signed by either ST, MARY'S CHURCH
ing The Tornadoes have fielded same way," Councilman Orln UlggliiH told ..hlmlId dows. broke up a aeries of games husband or wife and may be Macl until the that had succeeded for years
was
Waiting pot j
a very inexperienced team you're the only man In Stitrke I've found MO far thlll"t> In returned In person or fcy; mall.
this and It will take a I well "sweetened Sheriff in relieving young men Sunday Mass _.. 11:30: a,
Book Drop 1 year feels! the same wiry 1 d..." of their checks.He Two notices: have been
lot of work to round they t tteB.m Paul Thrift and Deputy Free- the area pay before (Moss.
I did
into contender. man Cowart lunged at the said that until recently mailed to all those v.ho .Confessions
of the. book drop at the Public a I' t not renew at first request
Pictured milking line new .. Coach Chuck Maiun has n _......._,_ __ 1
Library In' young; Greg !Martin, with Mrs. Jeanette Klncald. high hopes that all the new-

Library Board member, an an interested onlooker. The comers will come around be '
metal container for the new book drop was provided by the fore mid-season and that the

Han(a Fe Regional Library, and installation MUM made by the team will Jell Into any of the
in "The
bent problem
years.
City of Starl.e. Patron* are encouraged to use the drop he said,' at the ,present Is D CHEVY
for return of books during bourn when the library Is t'IOJ'1 to find the right position for

each player and that while
I adjustments are being: made I
while giving up nine hits.' and the team should play better'I

I walked two. Paul McLeod !gave I ball os the new players gain I
I 12 safeties fanned two and experience." I
walked five. Palatka had eight Marlle Sanderson Wayne
men left on base and BUS McLeod Paul McLeod and t A BALDWIN CHEVROLET SALES SPECIAL

four Tommy Tally are among the: t
PaUtk.i: : Statistics team's outstanding hitters and '
Erwin 811 .4 0 0 defensive players.: I
Good Thru
Waters If 4 1 1 1Sanderson II Whatever else may be said 1967 B8SCAYHE FAMILY 2-DR. '
cr 4 1 3'I
about the team with u.l I their
McLeod W 3b 4 0 3 Inexperience, you must con- March 31st X
h.c McLeod P. P 4 0 I cede that they will bo rood SEDAN
crosby Ib 3 0 0! competitors in the find Tornado ONLY ,
Smith c 2 0 1' tradition. Before the FULL SIZE CHEVROLET ... ;
EIder c 0 0 0 year la out It's just p08albl"that \
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Williams 2b 0 2 1 we will bo hearing a lot
Talley rf 3 0 0 more from them. I' -- INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING MAC BALDWIN
;otala 30 2 0Palatka

r totals 30 11 12 I Standard and Optional Equipment Owner

Pushbutton:' trans terizE'd radio Cigar lighter

Golfers Beat Outside! -rearview mirror Dual master cylinder brake system

Backup dual lights Brake failure warning light

Deluxe fresh air heater Lane change directional signals

Lake City, Parking brake winning light Folding front seat latches
: Padded dash Vinyl headliner

j PalatkaConference I Padded sun visors Magic mirror exterior finish D "
!. fJr y Windshield washers Bright metal hub caps ?+5 i

Two-speed electric wipers Fully, syncronized transmission ; IP

rivals Lake City Foam cushion front seat Passenger' guard door locks 19s
and Palatka fell before the CANCER'SWARNING Seat belts front & rear Glove compartment lock 7'r

onslaught of Bradford If igh's Seat belt retractors Ash trays in rear arm rests
golf team by identical scoresof Color wall to wall Crank operated ventipanes
keyed carpets
2 1-2 to 1 i-2. feats Coach Per Month
66.94
I Mike Sexton says he can't remember SIGNALS Day-night inside mirror Energy absorbing steering column SPECIAL I P R ICE

\Wayne McLeod :d I any previous Tornado Four-way hazzard switch 'All Fisher body standard features 10% DOWN
links team accomplishing. I/' Unusual blooding or Automatic interior light switch
The two victories put the dlicbarfoAlumporthlcktnlniln
Named All-Area Tornadoes 4-2 for the season I FIVE YEAR or 50,000 MILE WARRANTY I 99444 Includes Life Ins.,
and leaves them undefeatedIn 2 tile IIrllll or.Isewhlla 1967 Taif, Sales Tax,
the Florida Star Conference BANK RATE INTEREST }'reightBONANZA
3 A sore that doss not bill
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For Tornadoes play Palatka la the defendIng ,
conference and. group Change bowel or
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champions. 4 bladder habits

_High scoring senior WDyne// David Silcox and.,;, Harry DEAL
NesnoneesorasughB
McLeod was the only Hatcher shared low team honors 5

Of Bradford High's 1966-67 against Lake City last (dilution..rdllflcully111.allawl"
basketball team ,which established Thursday, both having. 43'11over .

record to an make outstanding the Gainesville 23-7- Jim the Godwin nine holes.took low team I 7 Chanp In,a wart or molt TON I
honors Palatka H
Sun's All-Area honors against Friday _
team. 'with a 39. These signals do lot sssaliy
The Tornadoes were sche- "moan cantor,but the f are
Junior Paul McLeod was duled to take Green warnings; If'ono last mart
named to the second team, and on tough than!two woks It I Is I
senior Bobby White was listed Cove Springs here Wednesdayand Important to to to your PICK-UP
as honorable mention. are set for Orange Parkto dictor.
come to town today (Thurs- i
Wayne McLeod led the Tornadoes ;
with a 17.6 average day) at 3 p.m. They will go AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY /
over 30 hitting 40 to Lake City next Tuesday,
games per /
cent of his field goal \ March The Conference 28 for a return Tournament match. Cancer DriveChairman A'Li PLUS
Paul McLeod had a 10.6 I rl697 I
average and won the team: la set for Friday, March 31, in I Stresses FREIGHT
I Live Oak and the final matchIs I
trophies for the best foul
SignalsIn
shotting. percentage, 68 per: set In Palatka, on Tuesday Danger ED ROBERTS
cent and the most assists, 104.: April 4. The Group Tourna- Used Car Manager
the 1967 Can-

He ry toading Brown.was rebounder the team's behind second Lar-I ment 13 in is Jacksonville.) scheduled for April I cer special Stump Fund launching emphasis chairman Drive, ,Is Miss states being Lillian centered that-! NO NEED TO GO OUT OF TOWN FOR A CUT RATE DEAL


White really came on late Youth Arrested this year on the seven
in the season with a jump danger signals that should be .w
shot of deadly accuracy ti)I Second TimeIn I recognized by every man, (Qj PLUS GET LOCAL SERVICE @
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raise his average to 9,I over Delinquency Case: woman. and child for early .
the 30 games. He was also an I detection of cancer.
ate rebounder for the Tornadoes One youth, David Eugene "The warning signals are :

pared to grabbing Paul McLeod'a 216 com-229 for Dyad the 20, second haa been) time charged with(11II.1 most<1. "If Important a person" Miss goes Stump to his Everything We Have Is On Sale Any Car In Stock -- Cost Plus 10%

and Brown's 231. contributing to the'drlinquen- doctor as soon as alerted by
The Tornadoes lost a chance cy of a minor. i: one of ,these signals and cancer 1966 Demonstrator 1967 Demonstrators
t to compete in the State Tour- Dyal l la also under the same Is found. the chance of 'Fl OO 0 Discount $$800 Discount
nament when they lost In an charge resulting from a February cure is greatly Increased." i IMPALA COUPE UP TO

overtime content to Cient- arrest In which warrants Plans,for the April Crusade. LOADED ________ _n_____
view In the finals of the Region or Juvenile petition were call for every family In the I I -.-,!."!
I Tourney.Palatka, Issued against 15 persons Involved -' county to receive a list of the
in a party at Sampson warning signals prepared so
77-2 Lake during school hours they may be detached and Bonanza USED CAR SpecialsQ
The second warrant was pasted In the family medicine JIM LAWSONSalesman
signed on March 13 by Deputy cabinet.
Over BHS Nine Sheriff Dolph Reddlah. lJyal l "The urgency of early detection ,,'" .,
la free under $250 bond. The of cancer cannot be PASSENGER CARS MECHANIC'S
".: Bradford Hlsh's young and youth U also charged on overestimated" Miss Stump .. PICK UPS
-inexperienced: baseball opened March 13 with possession of aid. "Statistically, It Is estimated
;JJxelr season Saturday In Pa- an alcoholic beverage by a that one out of four 1966 Rambler Ambassador t '; ;e
.Utka with an 11-2 defeat at minor. people In Bradford County 1966 Chevrolet Pick-Up mum
Jjhe hands of the perennially The deputy also _sHgn d a will be faced with cancer v-s, automatic, heater, $1595
Ztcugh. Braves. warrant against Carol Padgett I personally If the present rate k city police car
'A seven run seconj Inning 17, of Mlddleburg for possession continues. One of three who c Fleetside long wheel base, $1495 1955 FORD / TON
7eave! the Braves a wide margin of an alcoholic beverageby I are stricken will die of the radio and heater 1965 Ford Custom 2-Door
a minor on :March 13. and almost 100,000 +
disease
as the< collected four hits. I V-8 automatic radio and PICK UP $89.95
Dyal pleaded guilty In Coun- persons In the United.. States $1195
and had
three free passes: one
-batter. hit by a pitched ball. ty Court In February to the will die of cancer In 1967 un r J'"f 1964 Chevrolet Pick-Up heater -----------------

JJTi'y; added a ,run In, the other first charge youths,along but with sentenct air less trends we and can get reverse these patientsto present 1963 Ford Country Sedan 1964 LAND ROVER

fourth frame on three con- was withheld until the trial physicians In time for l Stepside, long wheel bane,
$995 I
ecutlve hits another in the 9-pass. wagon, radio, heater
;
of who did not heater
one youth
earlier and treat. !
diagnosis; ----------------- STATION WAGON
::fifth and }1. pair Jn ,the sevnth. plead guilty In the Sampson meat air I cond., power steering t $ 119 5

-- Lake party Is held. The Residential Area drive & brakes, V-8, automatic Radio heater 4 wheel drive warn
':The:" Tornadoes' twc runs The March 13 charges are will have Its kick-off when 1963 Chevrolet I 1-Ton hubs, 4-speed transmission, new tires.
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came in the sixtInning/ on on the County Court docket Mrs. Llllle Bridges, chairman, 1962 I Impala I 4-Dr. Sedan BONANZA

,fbtlr hits and a base on balls. for Plea Day proceedings Friday and her volunteer woikou ERMIE: JONES:' dual' $1 595
-Two veterans, .third baseman Cab and chassis rear V-8, autcmalic, power
March 24. meet at the Garden Restaurant $995 $1 095
Wayne McLfod and outfielder for coffee and doughnuts at Salesman wheel, radio 'and heater lilt perina'. radio. heater SALE
fHE RIGHT POINT fur tb
Sarviy: Sanders: perormed
9 a.m. Friday :March: 31
wi-11 at the plate for f BH3. the way you write. Come; hand 301 NORTH
The In the

lath four- attempts.getting three: safeties in I fERBROOK select jrour iOI'.nlaln favorite pen.ES of 1967 this drive county amount Is J2.10O has quota been and raided |50f( .. YOU CAN DEAL E L AT Baldwin Chevrolet, Inc... STARKE PHONE, 964-7500 FLORIDAr

Hood tanned 14 Tornadoes I TELEGRAPH to date Miss. Stump said.
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Don't Leave It Up To George! Today's HomemakersBy

Mr Gene Matthews, Editor Martha Sue McCala

Bradford Countians have every yet to be' determined by the Bradford County Telegraph Connty Extension

reason to turn out at the pollsin Supreme Court or his effortsto Rumors and misquotes always Horn Economics Agent : A
full force next Tuesday.Not occur when a "Scape-
get rid of our elective cabinet ; Y
only is the important mat- so that complete power over all goat" Is needed] to expaln. an --.
unfortunate situation.In
ter of Legislative representationto divisions of the State Govern- POISON rilKVKNTIOVUKKK spoon cornstarch.

be decided, but a straw vote ment will rest in the hands of The your Telegraph correction dated noted March In <: ;March l th2AthAre Cut Ice cream into chunksIn

on the vital question of a new the Governor? you one of those people large bowl. Sprinkle gelatin -
student were
"Two
16. quote,
courthouse site will also be con- If these are the things for reported to be smooching In Jr-'K\\'e: )! ) \ : who feels :that accidents over orange Juice in small

ducted. which he seeks support we hope the hallway when a teacher happen only to someone other saucepan; heat, stirring .constantly -
than yourself? Does the possibility until gelatin is dis-
Either one of these matters that voters next Tuesday will walked past. The adult was '
would be sufficient to warrant a disregard his unwarranted efforts not a teacher but a County seem remote? It can'thappen almond extract. Pour hot gelatin -

respectable turnout at the polls and return our Democratic nominees Health Nurse making a visit Ij I here, you say. Well mixture over softened ice

-''but taken together they are of who in most instances, are to the school Faulkner said.the j j are you sure? Now, during cream, beating until blended.
The students stopped while
National Polaan Prevention Turn quickly into 8 or 6-cup
such significance that more experienced in State I
no qualified -
nurse walked past then resumed Week, !la your chance to make ring of tube mold. Chill 45 to
elector worthy of the rightto Government and more qualifiedto their smooching, he said,- I sure that a poisoning accident BO minutes or until set. While

vote, should fail to exercise act intelligently on the pro- unquote.To will not happen now or In the mousse sets, thaw frozen

this privilege Tuesday.We posed new State Constitution than keep the record straight A5t1'5rF\U0tUa' \ h months ahead. A few simple strawberries according to package -

are not at all proud of our the Republican newcomers. I would appreciate If you precautions can prevent a directions. Drain juice

showing in the first and second Particularly are the Governor's would publish this letter as a NIRXIMUaJJjb needless tragedy. Above all, Into small saucepan; blend"' in

primaries although even at efforts to dislodge Democrats further correction of fie men y44 keep medicines and household cornstarch. Cook stirring con-
tioned article. products out of the reach of stantly, until sauce thickensand
that it was better than many from the Legislature distasteful -- children. Never refer to medi- clears. Cool sauce quickly
other counties. Less than a third when they take the form of an This reported! occurerce was 1 ) rte i cines as "Candy.' Before using over Ice water. Add drained
It
all
Xalae In aspects as was
of our registered voters wentto unwarranted and undignified attack Public any pesticide or potentially berries. Unmold mousse; spoon
not observed by a
the polls on those two dates, on a man of Senator Verle Health Nurse, during an ,implied ;7 poisonous product, read the sauce over, 6 to 8 s rv-

as compared with around 75 per Pope's reputation and leadership. official} visit to the E U ,label. And how to reach the Ings.To _

cent who usually vote here in the Voters traditionally, do not like school, and furthermore did emergency room of your hospital use fresh strawberries,

"big year" elections. to be told how to'vote by another not occur this o school and thus should If a poisoning accident blend one-half cup orange
Even
happen. though
Into 1% teaspooni'eemtstarch -
Now is no relationship to the present Juice
the
chance to redeem politician dabbling in somebody
you feel sure that accidents in small saucepan; cook,
situation This published
ourselves and prove that we are else's race and we predict that happen only to some other stirring constantly, until sauce

interested in good government, Gov. Kirk's vicious attack on nursing statement staff greatly and rightly upset my so, %: than yourself make sure, thickens and clears. Cool? stir

as well as civic decisions that will "The Lion of St. Johns County"will for it was contrary to the Ki K'S that your home is safe. In few drops red food coloring.Add .

affect the lives of all of us for not hurt the President of professional ethics, practice. Here is a check list you oiM-half cup sliced straw!'

years to come. the Senate's chances of re-elec- Judgement and common sense CHOPpTNBLOCK might cabinet even door post to on help medicine keep berries. Chill.

In regard to the Legislative tion next Tuesday. of my nurses. poison prevention week on

races we feel that Governor Kirk Gov. Kirk has likewise called For the past few years, Mrs. your mind long after March FFA NEWS

has shown nothing during his for the defeat of Joyce Hiherd is the only nurse 25.
Speaker of the school BRADFORD CHAPTER,
first three months in office that officially visiting the > Date all drug supplies when
House Ralph
Turlington another
mentioned and to that
prior ,
would warrant his appeal to the legislator who is highly regardedand Mrs. Arline McKnlght. I might tNQir( Cis AN tu.ea you Do buy not them.take medicine froman Chapters The Bradford, Future and Farmers'' Starke of

voters to give him Republican considered one of the most say that Mrs. Rlherd hnd three w unlabeled: bottle transparent America held a land-judging

Legislators who will support his astute and able minds in the telephone calls last Thursdayand tape over the label will contest on Thursday, March
"program." Mrs. McKnight two. Upon Orders From Headquarters
Legislature. protect It. 16, to determine the members 1
In going all out to defeat the Apparently the Governor feels Investigation I found) that nei- Read all directions and caution who will go to Gainesville-
respected Democratic heads of ther of the above two nurses ... statement on the drug
that his Friday March 31, to judgeIn
both houses of the State Legislature personal popularity with were implicated by Mr. Faulk- label each time you plan to the State.
the voters especially the ladies ner. The Public Health Nurse FARMER'SJust DIARY use it.Use.
Gov. Kirk shows he has These members are Ray
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"smooch
is reportedly seeingthe
so all-powerful that they a prescription drug only "
forgotten, or chooses to ignore will fall all over themselves to ing" during a visit to the for the patient for whom the mond Thomas score 112!
the fact that he owes his election school was Mrs. Mildred when we thought winter Wednesday through Saturday, physician, ordered !It. James Sellers, score 81; Lea
to the obey his slightest whim regard- was over with, along: and pile into the family car La whom, score 73; Oreg _A1varez .
votes of Democratswho Hitchcock. Further conversation Give infants and young chil-
less of the standing of the per- came another cold spell last ( and head for the fairground! score 5-3.
crossed lines to with Mrs. Hitchcock revealed dren drugs only as directedby
party put son he attacks. If this is true, the following the weekend, which along with singing( HI Ho, Come to theFall' We had ten boys from the
as on- your physician.Do
him in the Governor's chair. some big-mouthed winds, set We'll see there. and'1'i
then we. have badly misjudgedthe you Bradford Chapter :
not take medi-
ly possible explanation or give
Without the votes of members of us all shivering again. How-
from the Starke Chapter.We .
independence of the :Florida I Recently) during a conversa- the cine In the dark. Be sure you
the party for which he now shows ever It was nothing like voter. tion with another lady the which ( Roping Added can clearly read the label on pro-
big freeze weeks earlier! ,
ao much acorn he would still be situation : the container. cress of building a project!
In regard to that other im- present was being cost the berry growers many 3 h ,
To Horse Show for the Bradford County
his
pursuing investments in Brazil discussed Mrs. Hitchcock said thousands of dollars. When measuring drugs, giveit
portant matter to be decided (
instead of occupying theGovernor's next quote In essence "I told Events At FairBill your full attention. Fair.The
Tuesday location of the first year boys are
mansion in Tallahas new Mrs. X that I saw no reason Last week J. R. Wainwright Before measuring liquid

.. see. _. ._. courthouse so much has been for the parents to blame the of Starke and Edwin Stallingof Forsyth. president of medicine always shake the bot. helping the Fair Association
As to the "program" for whichhe said and written on this subject school for their children's mistakes Lawtey said they hoped to By Sam McGarveyfor the Bradford Roping Club tie thoroughly. and build poultry the pens for livestock. :
that nothing new can be added. as these things had been make a comeback with their has announced a change in Safeguard tablets which are
seeks support, we are still in We have repeatedly stated our doing on for years. I said that berries In several weeks if i the event from the fall the scheduled events for the candled flavored, or colored, James Allen Reporter
the dark when it since children eat them like Bradford Chapter.'
comes to spe- position that in our opinion the when Mike Hitchcock was In the weather was favorable. "when there was lots of competition Horse Show on April 1 at
cifics. "No new taxes" is a nice best interests of high/ ) school years ago r went Starling said chilly weather ] to this time, when L the Bradford County Fair candy.
sounding phrase, but what does Starke the county Into "B" building to see him will be good for the crop I there Is less, and when our and Strawberry Festival. Calf Weed out the lett-overs reg- Social SecurityIn

it mean in the face of mounting and its citizens would be best and saw a couple of students and it looks as if the weatherman 1 berry crop is coming in. roping will be added to the ularly from your medicine New Location

I, costs of government and schools served by keeping the courthouseon necking behind' a locker and was listening In to him Another good move, we think events as a special feature. chest especially any pre-
or near its present location. they didn't even quit when I and obliged with some temperatures 'was the cooperative construction Other events on the- program scription drug that your phy-
that cannot be denied ? Is it true sician ordered for Starting Monday Apr 3, the
a particular
Nothing has happened to change went by At that time Mr.IIulI'h In the 30s. I of the Civil Defense building will be the basket weave, Social Security office will be
Illness. When
as strongly indicated that you throwaway
1 which the Fair additional -
that opinion ande, Ingram was principal gave buddy pick-up, arena race
are willing drugs or hazardous materialsbe located upstairs !in the Agricultural
Governor Kirk's reason for beingin ''to abide by the decision of the and I reported to him and he Next: Wednesday is the Big exhibit spaco at half' trail class and calf riding, sure the contents cannotbe Building( Told, county
such a hurry for constitutional Immediately took necessary Day, when the Fair and what the coat would havo been. *
voters next Tuesday. We only The Alachua County Sheriff's reached by children or pet Jalll. A representative will be
revision is to bail him out of .and appropriate action. MayI Strawberry Festival will open hope that the vote will be Post will take part !In Now for a change of pace, In the office each Monday and
large .
his "no new tax" promise by giving say I was a parent and nota with the traditional Rural- .
to the opening actlvltes of the and what a changesSTRAWBERRY Friday from 9:30: to 11:30: a.m.
the state expanded bonding enough be truly representativeof Public Health* Nurse at that Urban Day fish fry sponsoredby By now It must b<* apparentthat : show sad will present the MOUSSU

? Is this the he opinion in the county. time and have never visited In the Starke Rotary Club. < we are pruud of our Fair,, colors. FOREST FIRE REPORT:
powers program The rich
Mark your calendar tie a the high school as ything: From what we hear, all plans ,and we can boast of it all 1 The Horse Show has be- flavor comes from
wants us to elect .Republican Ice
cream plus Juice.
If Eleven
but a parent. are set for the Fair, and ,the because have had' orange fires were reportedby
legislators to support? Since when string around your finger I next checked backwards we get a !good break from the ,no part way In the woik.we But we 1 come an important part of 'The mixture is then quick set the Florida Forest Service

has issuing more and more bonds, do what you will to refresh ,through several individuals weather. It should be the best ,do know, from attending Fair the annual Bradford County with gelatin. The mold Is an In Bradford County during

to be paid for by future genera< your memory, but by all meansgo and was told the Informationfor one held yet. Association meetings, all the Fair and Strawberry Festival important time-saver, for in the week ending Monday \< -
with participants coming a small tube mold, the mix-
to the polls and vote next with 327.4
tions been considered financial the correction came from work that has been done and 1 acres burned.
from all
conservatism? Tuesday. These matters are far Mrs. X. Special events are planned ,all that Is needed to make this 1 parts of northeast ture will set more quickly.One Since January 1 there ',!favebeen ,

Does Governor Kirk want too important to "let George do I hope this will be a le 'onto for each of the four days of years' show a success In YOU Florida quart strawberry ice 68 fires with 680.1 ,acres
us the event, and won't want ] cream, 2 envelopes unflavored burned.
you the
it." those who loosely reveal information and your family and friends During same- per
to elect Republican Legislators to and quotes from to mica any of them, as our ,to attend and have a good! TilE ICIOHT POINT for the gelatin 1%, cups orange juice, iod last year there were 38

I support his "private police force" George might forget to vote, others than the one making Bradford County Fair has be- time doing it. select your favorite ESTKR- ll% tablespoons grated orange fires with 241.2 acres burned

an agency whose legality has tool the statement or quote. Any- come the biggest and bent .' BROOK fountain pea TELE- rind, one-half teaspoon almond No measurable ram was. reported -
of Its kind held In this part way you' write. Come In and extract, 1 package ((10 oz.) during the week ending
this through or
time
one
goes of the state. So mark the dates next t OltAPIi. frozen strawberries, tea-
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I Congratulations, 1966-67 Basketball Squadcage more Individuals) the actual I Monday

statements and;lor Intent usually ..... _. ,
differs. We have watched It grow r '" ., ... .. . ,
The 1966-67 basketball season team. human anJ I year/ by year, since the years -.. ........ ,--.....,--' \"
To Is I'm.ure
cannot be passed into history But basketball was in the doldrums err when It was held at the former -* "
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nwself and staff could) be "
without some note of the excel- for many years and no- classified as such. Constructive American Legion buildIng -

lence with which Bradford High's body thought much about it. Ad criticism Is welcome but with practically' no facilities

Tornadoes performed.The long as the football team was SA a politician could say for livestock until whichIs now
when we have a set-up
team' established a 23-7 winning the BUS athletic pro- "Let's get the record straight." the envy of many other

record winning 76.6 per cent gram was thought to be a suc- Please excuse this long article counties In this section of the l.t
but It Is the only such oneI
of its They unde- state.
games. were cess.The have written in the past 21 .
feated in conference play during past two seasons, with
Coach Adkinson the years. Credit for the growth of
the regular season but Warney at ,
were unlucky Sincerely) yours, .
the fair should go to "Young
enough to lose the loop helm, have been dynamic ones A. Y. Covington, MD. Arch" Thomas, and all the +1

tournament by two points to for basketball fans, however. His DirectorBradfordClayUnion others who have worked hardto N

Lake City a team they beat first team had a 16-11 record and build It. Including all members .

three other times during the season this year's improved to 237. County Health DepartmentsDear 1 of the Fair Association, ,

including the preliminariesof Both squads went all the way to and Doyle Conner, who has

the Region I Tournament.The the finals of the region tourna- Mr. Matthews: had the difficult position of '4.
ment. Athletic Director David The Starke Jaycees would I helping his home county, while k
hard fighting Tornadoeslost like to take this opportunity remembering other sections.
only one game at home Hurse is to be congratulated for to express, our appreciation to, 4 '

that by two points to Macclenny. recruiting a top-flight- basketball you and the people of Starke But there Is plenty of credit '1 :

Three other lost coach for BUS. and Bradford County for the t to go around, and In that connection -
games were by
4 It should 'also be noted that fine cooperation we received I it must be remembered -
6 and
8
points.It .
basketball is now a selfsupporting during our advance ticket sales l that the Starke Rotary
could be the winningest sport at BHS. Football is the for the "Kids Day" program L Club Is one of the biggest AR, 1 t

basketball team BHS has fieldedin only other sport of which that we are sponsoring on April 17 contributors, since that organization I

50 years. A team in the late can be said. at the Recreation Department. pays for and puts on
1950's The Jaycees have .pledged[ the fish fry for thousands of
won JL3 and lost 5 and It's
nice to have a winning 20 per cent of the profits to i persons and that's a big job
going all the way back to 1917- team. We salute the gallant 1960- the Little League Baseball 1 and the cost Is by no means

18 there was an undefeated BHS 67 Tornado cagers. program and the remainderwill small.

go to paying debts Incur- .

red for the Christmas party for In that connection we think

Df The Bradford County Telegraph underprivileged children held 1 the Fair Association was smartin
last Christmas. changing the time of year

ESTABLISHED 1879E. Sincerely yours, 'I

Randy Johns M I
= L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher sale.I. .r. re
President Starke Jaycees
would suggest that theygo

G 1..? a Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Continently. a bit further by .using! the ..v 1 $ftl4

jyj f Under The Same Mast/ Blvd. Dear Gene: steers bought for a well/ advertised -

I would like to commend you barbecue and get-to

Published each Thnnday and entered as Second Cla*. Matter mt the Post Offlcn on your edltorlial in the March gether. This would really; bring The Ea ter Parade this Sunday will have nothing on these style' modeled fat

at Storke, Florida under Art of March 3rd 9 Telegraph concerning donations results in a civic cooperation 1908 ,
1879.Subscrlptleos Easter Bonnets for SlHtruitk's Millinery Store In Starke. The charming model for all ,hats'
ta tads area! 1 year, $94.00* a months $7.25 by.businessmen for a and would be an Inducementto pictured.. was Minn. Verdle SUtrunk, now 1\lrtIo O. A. Futrh of Starke. I'hotography';
) to '" the donors to contribute.T .
pool buy 4-H and FFA
QutoUa .trade aresu 1 yr. W.AOJ S month. $7.50I W. Baker. wan by Hoover Brother, the famed studio that attracted many' patrons to Stark
steers at the area show and Of>f 1908
Lake Geneva, !'la... front all part of Florida.BRADFORD .... a4r'
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EIGUT mtAnrnnn COUNTY TRLKnitAPii.! ] "STARKK.' FLORIDA THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 2961VyyyyyyyyVVyyyyyVVV



.I Mrs. Walter Swindell celebrated i bass. !I study with their teacher. NEW RIVER BATTISTSunday week Prayer Service 7:00: p.ir. BROOKEIt BAPTIST I Servlcel. I p. .111. Eventn

her birthday Sunday.We I Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Zelgler Refreshments were served. School 10 a. m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Sunday School. ,XO a. n. I Worship 7 p. m. Midweek 7:30'

THERESSA hope she will have many of Gainesville were guests at School students at Mamie Morning Worship 11 a. m. pastor. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Service Wedaeeday : 9-.

Ramsey pas
more In the coming years. the home of Mr. and M s. W. Agnes Jones Elementary Training Union, 6:30: p. rn. BAYLESS: ir'fl"--- Training Union 6:30: p. s>. m.Rsv. D.1.

I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall and E. Dampier Sunday afternoon.Mrs. School and Baldwin Jr. Sr. LIEWS Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30. Prayer tor.
CIIUKCH
I By Linda Crawford' .family went to the Jacksonville Rhoda Dampier and High School enjoyed; a holiday 'Prayer Meeting: Wednesday, BAPTIST Meeting, Wedneed*y.' 7:80.: BETHEL:; BAPTIST CHURCH
Friday, but teachers remained Sunday School. la a m.
j .AAAAA....&..AAi&4AAAt Zoo Saturday. her daughter-in-law DeloresDumpier I 7 p. m.-L. L. .Parker. pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
_; Mrs W. H. Hall Jr. goes to on the job for the Morning Worship 11 a. m
I I were In Jacksonville FIRST 1IAITIST CHURCH I I DEDAN BAPTrsr. Broker] Morning Worship 11 .. m.
I Students will Training Union, 8 p. m.
Hope Bnptlfit Chureh the Medical Center every ,, planning day
last Saturday on bu l-" 8TAKKE CHURCH SCHEDULES Sunday School 10 a. :m. Evening Worsttip. 7:30 p. m.
__.I A fellowship suppr-v! was Tuesday:' for treatment.' We'I I enjoy a long weekend holiday I Evening Service, 7 p. m. .
Morning Worship,; 11 a. m. Prayer Meeting, 7:10: P. .m
M. :
held at tho Community Cen- hope she will make a speedy ness.Mrs. this weekend. No school l Sunday -- Easter Sunrise KIngsley Lake Baptist Everyone welclme.Rev i .
H. F. Cloversettle, Training. Union, 7 p. m. Evening Wednesday. Rer. W. XrNewtn
ter last Friday night It was recovery. Good Friday and Monday f r Service, 6 a.m.. Madison Street Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. David Medetros pastor.FIRST .
Mrs. Billy Dampier ani Mrs. I Service 8 1'. m. Rev. *is. pastor.NORTIISIDE .
well attended and everyonee Mrs. Ben C. Powell of Miami Barbara following Easter Sunday. Baptist Church. Sunday School,I Morning Worship 11 a. m. CHRISTIAN
Griffin were In Lacy Conway. pastor.
: "')&rj it very much. After !, has been visiting with I Gainesville Shower 9:45: a.m.1 Morning Worship I Training Union. 6:13: p. rn. CHURCH STAJtKE: BAPTIST
Wednesday.Mrs.
< per the children and some her sister Mrs. E. S. Sibley Mrs. Frances Adams and I 11 a.m. ; the Church Choir Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. CIIVRCH OF GOO Located on Bayiess;'" 'ilh.!
School -9:45
01 the adults played} a great this week. Nede" Thomas Mrs. Mrs. Florence Parrlsli enter presents "Golgotha," a sacred .Midweek;; Prayer Service, Wed. Sunday :: : a.n.. 42? N. Sc Clair St.. suirke. tSR 225Ia] Batten :Road
Morning: Warship. 10:45 a. way
of volley ball. Mrs. Beatrice Ezell and Dtbby of tamed at the home of Mrs. cantata by Robert and Jeanai I :
name Mr. and O. I craw- 7:30: p. m. fiev. Jim Rlgdon. m. Christian, Service Hour. Sunday School. 10 a. m rsn 181.] Services:' undF:
The New Life Bible Club Jacksonville were guests of Waver Griffin last Thursday i, Graham. Training: Union, 6:15:
ford and Patricia went to a pastor. Com, let us worship 6:30 Worship Services. U a. m. and School< 10 a. m. Sunday
it held each Monday after monthly preaching service atDecoy Mrs. Malaner Hersey Sunday.Mr. night with a stork shower p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30: together. : p. us.Wednesday Choir 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday.! Mornlag Worship, 11 a. .

school. Please encourage your Baptist Church in and Mrs. Wayne Her- honoring Mrs. Freddy OriffisI sermon "Christ's Continuing youtn 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Union 6:30p.. in.Ever.ing .
:
Practice 3:30 Fellowship Training
child to attend and bring ariend. Green Cove Springs last Friday !sey. of Gainesville, Were recent Games were I Presence with Us. UKA1I\M BAPTIST CHURCH : p. m. Friday" 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S. 7:30.>> MIdWeek -
MidWeek Service. :
night. guests at the home of prizes awarded to Mrs. Oscar rl| !Monday-Youth Choir Practice Supper, 6:30: p. m. Williams, pastor.
Mrs. Malanar Class 7 Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Bible Study. 7:15: p. m. Prayer Service. Wednea-
Hersey. Wilkinson, Mrs. Nettle Mldy- Bible Survey ,
There will be an Intermediate Mr. and Mrs. Dewltt Her-
I i Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: P day. 7:30.ReV.: Olena Law-
Mrs. Bell Flakes ( FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
party at the Community -I sey. Mr. and Mrs. Doley Her- and ette, Mrs. D. J. Parrish and I}p.m.
Center Saturday night at sey. Linda and Mr.\ and Mrs. daughter Debby, of Jacksonville Miss! Betty Jean Grit tis. I Tuesday Junior Choir. p 451. Rev. Leland A. Baker, m. Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. hem pastor.CALVARY .

7 o'clock Last week nhout 11 Percy' Sullivan were recently were guests at the homeof I After the honored guest; Sunbaoma, 3:30: p.m. Junior paator.I LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Morning Worship\ 11 a. m BAPTIST

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Payton, opened her gifts refreshments OA. 4:30.: I Thursday Visitation, 10 Youth Fellowship 6 p. m
in
_ attended. They played' bns- visiting St. Augustine.Mr. many CHURCH Sunday School 10.. n..
and 7
Sunday. Wednesday Prayer Meet- I a.m. p.m. PraCtice
served. Choir Thursday: 7:10:
ketball and had refreshments and Mrs. S. D. Hinson were Worship. 11 a. ttt
I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning
Choir
I Miss Marcia and ing. 7 Church prac-
Carmen p.m.
m.
Coverdale enter p.
Afterwards. Two weeks ago I and sons of Fort Rucker. Mrs. Dave J Morning Worship 11 a. in.. Training Union. 6:30: p. 1 a.
I
Newton were recent guests at last at Lice, 8 p.m. I MADISON STREET
tained Friday night 1
they went In Gainesville I
skating
Ala. were recent guest! at the the home of Thursday Visitation. 10 Evening Worship 8 p. m.; KINGSLEY LAKE Evening Service. f:3t.: Prayer
Mr. and Mrs. shower
her home with stork
and ate supper at Jerry' home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Felix Sullivan."fAXVILLE. a a.m. and 7 p.m. i BAPTIST CHURCH Pray er Meeting Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCUr Meeting. Wednesday. 710! t>-
honoring Mrs. Dale Tins-
and The Red Barn thur Qnann. I Butler pastor.AIRPARK .
8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at Sunday School 10 a. m m. -Rev. R. H.

About 21 attended. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Eddy ......................... ..... ley. and FIRST METHODIST I Sunday Sunday School 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane Morning Worahl 11 B. m. BAPTISTs
Games were played prizes I 9::45 a. m. MOl'nlngVorshlp.,
Sundlay School 10 a. m., of 'Falatka visited Mr. and CHURCH STARKE oastor. Training Union; 8:30: p. 'm.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m"Tf'alnlnl Mrs. Arthur Gnann. awarded to Mrs. JohnNorth I 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice ndaY School 9:43: a, m.
Union. 6:30: m., 1 f Miss Helen :North and ) p. .
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Craw- < Meeting; Wednesday. 7:30.:
,
Evening Worship. 7:13: Wednesday Mrs. Doss HIgginbotham. Refreshments ndy Thursday Communion 6:15.: WMTI Prayer Circle., CHWRCM Evening Service. 7J30:' p.tB.
ford bwuutot' the -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor.
night Prayer Service' evening morningand By Mr*. A. p.: Blade' were served to I Service in sanctuary, 7:30: p. 7:15: : Evening Worship. 7:30.: 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Prayer Meeting. WedneesAJ7:3O

7:30: p. m.., with choir practice bronn meseagef at Heil- Phone 289-4-191 I the puests. m.Sunday Wednesday Prayer and I services: bunday School. 10 a. CHURCH Or CHRIST : p. m. Training'Ufuon,

afterward. Sunday.. Baptist In the Church last Mrs. Estelle Carter of March 26-Church Praise service 7::30. Church m. Preaching. 1 i a. m. Train Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Friday 7:39: p m. -&**. E. 1Oriffis. >
absensce of tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJSunday Green Cove Springs, sister of School 9:45 m. ,Morning ,
PERSONALS the : a. Choir practice, 8:30.: ing Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening ml; Morning Worship and -
pastor, Rev. Johnson. pastor.
Troy John North entered a Jack Worship 11 a. m.Snack Auxiliaries'
Thursday '
Dewltt Johnson. School:' Party I Worship 7 p. m Everyone Communion Service 11 a. m.
Hersey's brother. Mrs. Edwards entertained 'sonville hospital Monday of f Supper for MYF., 8 p.'m MYF meet, 3:30: p. m. Visitation. welcome. Elder T. C. Wil-- Fvenlng services 6:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Elbsrt b "
home from 'the i Mrs. Myra Varnedo of Pa- this week for Worship
eye surgery t meetings. 6:30.: Evening : Wednesday Worship serv-
Army for a few days.We latka. Sunday afternoon et her 7:30.Rev. 'iams. pastor. [Highway 100 at TJaerel.J
visited Mrs. Rhoda I home with Wednesday. 7:30.Monday: Felder Rowan" Pastor. ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P.
a party for the Sunday School 19( a. m.
. are sorry to hear that Dampier Monday. Junior At Starley of Dublin, Oa. Prayer Group LAURA BAPTIST Bell.
Alfred Underwood has been I We Girls Sunday School visited here with Mr.and IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Morning WOl'sh1p--. sv
hear that Walter SwIn- Class. Friday meets In Ladles Bible Classroom Sunday School, 9:49: a m

sick with the flu. We wish dell went fishing Friday The Mrs. John North and I 10 a. m. Girl .Scouts Morning Worship 11 a. m PINE LEVEL BAPTIST m.Training
him girls plaYed games and Sunday ,School 9:45: a. > Onion -6:30: Pom.
-U a speedw recovery. night and caught two nice enjoyed flinging and BibleI family. meet in Fellowship Hall 3:15.: Morning Worship 11 a. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m "
Miss Sharen Orlffls and I TuesdayCub Scout Packi aa. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Morning Worship. 11 a. .?
Training fjnlon. 6:30::' m. Evening Worship 7:19:
It:: = several of 'her friends I meeting In Fellowship Hall, Evening ..Service. 710.p.MId.-: 7:30::' p. m.-Re\o'. Luther McGee Pre-Servlces" IBooster Ban, m.

Jacksonville University attended -I 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. pastor. Yours People. ard .Pray"
I Wednesday Night Prayer
the Opera last week:l Primary,,

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY at the Civic Autdltorlum In I Junior and Youth Choir 1,_
:
Jacksonville. Practice, 3:15.: Prayer MeetIng -

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ear 7p.m.

APPLIANCES BEAUTY ACADEMY\ I I groves spent the weekend Thursday. March 30Den An investment In Your FutureTvci _

MUSIC with relatives In Winter 4 Cub Scouts meet In Fellowship -


Appliances Color TV American Garden.Hargroves While visited; there with Mr.the Choir hail rehearsal 3:15.: 7:30.: Chancel (

Hairstyling .Paulus Music Co. Hargroves sister Mary DU-] A ( (] C3 ffi1 Id fiM.fJ.

', Stereo Magnavox- ;,; Band &: String Instrument lard who Is a patient in the ,
Academy Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers\ p West Orange Memorial Hot IN oot'NTV: Jfoar-i's: (TOURT

21 ,v. MONItOE School SuppltInstruoUun I pital. IN AND KOU UHAl: >IO>KD

4 Zenith Motorola JACKSONVILLES991Riverside_ : Roberta Recorders Fred Lang of Clay Hill was I I COUNTY.In rn, ISntat PI/JR1DA.of

Music! Library-Expert admitted to the Bradford I WAL.TKU: K, SCHMIDT:

Repair Department County Hospital last FridayFI'lends 5 r. docMiHedAll l'I'lH; ._ ms KeEJ sm'' "s immmfff
TO ( HIDlTOIt5 ** = "*"fc * "**'***** l*' *' Wil aH
L "" l *<
General 41 W. Monroe St. will be Interested I to;( creditors. ot the wtate
Electric Hairstyling Jacksonville 355-8447 know Mr. Lang has improved r- of Wu1t, r F. H'hnltlt ....ce........I.
are h..Ioy. > n.Hlflfd. anti .ii ir.
Academy 8310 Beach Bhd. at this writing. ad to file. any. claim, ref.or d.... < I

"You Get A Good Deal At- 8859 PARK MT. Jacksonville 398-3091 Mrs. Myrtle Williams and airalnat Wand whU-li mild. eittnte. they In may the hay of. bsertriirg faster

,JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 family of Mlddleburg wereSunday flea of thn county judge ofBradford ,

Accredited visitors of Ml' and: County'. Florida' In .
F. o. MILLER mfmioJ Qualified InstructorsModern OPTICIAN Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and Flcirlilii the ,c-'OurtliiniHo, within six at culeudur Starke.' "Jetui taid, I am 'the resurrection' and the 'life, he 'that btlieoeth! in mfl, .though/ he L

/ .tpuvi WJaokMovtll ) .: Styling' family. month from the data of the .t4!; were dead. !yet' ..h,1hll, / livt and wliotosuar, liutth' and btlitoeth In me ihall neuer

.... ->-. Monthly Classes Mrs. Bootsle cannon returned flrat. puulluatlyn. jitt thla nutl,'... dm." John I 11.25. .
_.,--11- ...) Each tlulm or dimianif. : must be ,
Where tomorrow',* stylists .b I home last week from I In writing and muat etat the .

-. are trained" Baptist Memorial Hospital in I place floe addntNa or realdonc. uf thu and pout claimant off- Easter the day on which we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord, should find -

ELECTRIC MOTORS JRCrLSS/ONAlOPT/CA/ / Jacksonville where she was a and moat bn. sworn to by thel5Iinant Ii' worshiping Him in His Church. He it alive! Hn presence fills list
AUTOS FOREIGN patient for several days. his aucont, or hi. at.torney sanctuary! All

Prescriptions Filled Rex Wilkinson was a patient accordIng. or to It will liiw beoo-me, void things are made new. It w the time of beginning again. Attend church and join your

Peavy Brothers several days last week February" a..... 194?. neighbors
Broken Lenses Duplicated in singing praises to God for His Glory and Power and love, and some
Westside ForeignCar Electric C Artificial In the Bradford!! County Hos Marlon Uunnlnv '
Co. Eyes
of this
Ailinlnlati'uli" of the Resurrection Joy and Power will come to ycu.fij .
C Eyewear Specialists pital.Mr. Fstiup: .f o;
ELECTRIC MOTORS
Service 213 Laura !St. Jax S30-A505:; and Mrs. Jim Rothgeband Walter., F. Schmidt
9014-&rv1e Repaired
1031 Park St. JW[. 354-3613 daughters are expectedto T OMAAa""prnncBA : !
rrhlned mechanics for every Oenera *-6 tarter PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S leave this week. Mrs Roth ttorni'y -at-1..iw

AlterationsArmature geb and daughters will make 80,1-5: North Tvmpl Ave. 'tff

service job on all makes of Rewinding their home In Mississippi i Starka: publication Floi" 'IdaFlrnt on March


Foreign & Sports Cars. 'ackMnvl11.4044 Lenox 1I7-1I211 Ave. Commercial and Portrait while In Mr.Cuba Rothgeb with the is stationed U. S.- 2. 1981. ,.1 4t a.Ja,. 'I \&* K jf. aS

PARTS FOR ALL Photography Navy. I
AqM EQUIE'IIENTFord .I Frames & Custom % '
Framing Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl Wilkinson 3Ut tfDM M.u
2130 BUndlnc. .JackMDIe, HAMMOND
1958 Blending Blvd. and family of Jacksonville w Oath a tod i ocpotottd .5.ac? ia IMiMM .. .- .
Tractors Jacksonvill 384-14S4 lot C5* A1tts ** .. '
were Sunday visitors ORGAN STUDIO ( HKeedino ilia knavMga al HH lew 1

Auto Sales & Service "South'a Most Complete here of Mr. and Mrs: Drew Kootory Authorized I I5; lor nwn and al f Nit itmiH. In iron M nipeitfM 1 j ,4* -! '

Ford Dealer" PIANOSFor Wilkinson.Mrs. I w thai IOM ky larlnf Mi ..thb.,.'WlllwitIlin Xtr jLa
hammond Organ p
Guaranteed] Reconditioned James Waters and Sides. & Service .l7a tnwndmf I I. DM i lafa al 14. M awn. jb.Cl *,,. At l5f ,
LANDROVER Tractor son Danny of Lawtev. Miss' maul ar mill; ar way *) In eill lait| MTV -
Musical Advice Learn to play lbs easy way ,
Every Tool Known to Farming Beth SCOggins of ; : P>r.xn an4 lh< Iratdam hlili wa (MM u ff} ,
Starke. Mr. 110 N, W. 10th Ave.
JacksonvilleFord ,,--C." CARTER. NICE-.--, .. .. and Mrs. Buford Hlgglnboth O.u-vl11e Shopping Center I M, dtar will Inavlloblr ptrUl., thtftloti, t M W.r '4'
--C: r?:1 fee 0 suShi al,taw, *
point
ana tkauM f.
f am and tuaawl
'< n \JsfjV1f'{ r)d grandchildren, Patty ] .i (U
Tractor Co. I W the Oivnn for Hw wta al itw mllara al dim. W C I"
Wayne
Tho World's Tinest' In: -1lf.lae. 'M' 'Gi'\U.ita' \ and David English j $44
Beaver St.: E. of Lane _J.--.i'l' "*"" 1948 Ii H; ov.ty potUM$ ihoiiU uphold and portldpoll la >"* i ,& 4
4 Wheel Drive Jax EV9-88.il Beaufort. S. C. with Mr. and :, g
Chictoerlng &: Mrs. Lyle Schmell STARKEBUSINESS A'' th. Chutih igaus. It tills tho trail abet A j j.t .
and
Sold and Serviced br HEARING AIDFoI' Other Name Brands daughters. I W.. mm i lilt. dialN and. doilla>, Ik. mli nka. If I '.t. ,. 'lt

Robert Chevrolet PIANOS CONN ORGANS Mr. and Mrs. I ',"% alont will, ,.t| IllS (TM M Vo n a iMd at' j5 5, .. 4 ,
; Beat In SeeSONOTONE Hny-wood il
Hearing -
& ft I
2631 Park Jarknonvllle 388-8310 Browning Cod. '
and family of *
Green] > .
Core Sprlnca 3033 Georgia were Saturday visit ,

JacksonvlU* 264-9600 OP JACKSONVIUJB PICTURE FRAMES ors of Mr. and Mrs Buddy: DIRECTORYAUTO

The Strongest and Smallest Browning and daughter. HI

Roaring Aid in the World'' Overnight gUest! Saturday -

JEEp Only O.. Hearing Aid Made SPILLERS night of Mr. and Mrs. Bud

23 West Monroe dy Browning and REPAIRS
Vehicles Picture FramingPicture dauiditer ,
.JaokJItonV'UJe] 35.V146S were Mr. and Mrs. I
Framing -- Original T. M II Se w
.'Ieep Wagoncer Station Daniels of Georgia. I ft.'i*
MOBILE hOMES: Paintings Unframed Prints :
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tobias Earl's GarageALL i _
Wagons Mattings Framed Plc-
BUTTSMOBILE tures (Mirror Framing of Asheville, Mass. and KINDS OF :JIIri-- -a-- -'::: :- ':
I
Mr. and Mrs. ..,
Howard .
Decorator Help. Wrlht' AUTO REPAIR WORKAll : *-
S Jeep Universal} of
HOMES loss Park St. B Point Burlington Vt. arrived Work Guaranteed

The Souths Best Buys Here Jax 333-8331 here Monday afternoon to Phone 904-7005

S Jeep Gladiator]} Trucks Free Delivery spend the week with Mr. and !So.! Walnut Starke I

Bank Financing SEWING CENTER and Mrs to John attend North the and family II II I These Religious Messages Are ,Made Possible By The Following Sponsors r.

S Authorize Service "Best For Less wedding I
.
of
their son Russel I
Tobias to AUTO SERVICE
Seriously Interested In Mobile I,
Approved Parts home? Call collect Jax 388- H. & N. night Miss Helen North Friday STARKE BUILDERS TV Service Lawson Meat Market
at the Roy's
Maxvllte Baptist Gilbert S. Brown I ,
1253 for model prices &: terms.: i AND COLD STORAGEWe
SEWING CENTER Church.
.
4 Wheel Drive 9 Wheel I
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Sax Standard OH senrlce Station:
CALL ROY FOR PROMPT
SUPPLIES Inc.
600 Touch it Sew,
Drive Singer ATLAS Specialise: In diatom 81a.ffhteiInf.
MOBILE HOMES: USEDJ. does :fancy stitches, mono- : SERVICE Cutting A Wrapping ,

graInS, cordllnir eta Easily IN'IN COUNTY AND 'fI'OR.TITDOPl'S, "nf'RT. TIRES A BATTERIES Featuring: Ace Hardware 920 Thomas St.. Stark Preparmt", for Peep Fr...se

EDDIE BLAND & J. Swap Shop operated NEW $369 for f D4.BRAOFOn.D Budget Phone Terms 964-7071-Roa4 Service I Complete Paint;' Supplies Phone 964-726S. PHONE SIU-1015G '
m
Batnt Mid GoodsTiiM'K
or Sporting
USED TRAILERS cash $129 or $7 per MATTIFJ p. -
mot OAMAQAN. 407 N. Temple Stark* -
MOTORS Inc. Campers from 8' 20' Tel. Jax 771-1850 or t deeeepd.No1'IcIe. :! WITH us FIRST**
DeWITT C. JONES
Mobile Homes 32' 55' In. All creditor TO of eU'D1voas the' ant. at* of. HURST'SSHELL : 219 'Washington St. 064-8270

653 W. ADAMSJACKSONVHJLK Trades Dank Financing: 6106 103rd St. Mattl P. Oahaa-an.", d".a..d
are hereby notified and re FUNERAL HOMES OF STARKE 'INC.
flgwj-. 21, Granite Park I -ulred to tile any claim ,
or
354-1781 Tel. 284-6324 emamle which they may ha\e Service StationGa
I ""' ''In.t laid eatate In the ol. II UJ3. 3J)1) NORTH

''J !MOTORCYCLESHONDA WESTERN STORE flee Bradford of the County county, Florida Jud.re, ot I In, > Oils. > Lubrication I! Bradford Abstract Co. Starke'- Ph. 964-6200 Ph. 96 1.7600 Starke, Fla.

Parruh Motor the courthouro at Starke. Goodyear: Tire A BaU.Iee'1'
Flor STREETPh. Keystone Heights -
158 W. CALL
I ida within >lx calendar month ROAD SERVICE I;
from the dat. of th. fr| "t I II E. Johns
3OLiindlOli-Starte Charley
I MOTORCJTCtES LITTLE DUDE publication of thle notl_ Back I 96 '-6881 Starke, Fla. Ph. 473-3178
'AUSBBBRVICB claim
!: or demand renter be I In
I ALL Mt>TXEL8!:: Western Store place wrltlnsr and mu.t .tate tha) METAL WORK 11 Agency
or realdenaa'
PARTS Merchants Green Stamps "Wher You'll Find Everything office address. of the and claimant poat Edwards Grocery & Sinclair Refining Co.W. 131 Sj Walnut; Fk. .e.-u1O
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. and -muit be sworn to by the THOMPSONSheet ::1 Ncia'"
: For the Hors claimant, hi. aeont. or hi. attornoy L, Thomas, Distributor GENERAL: rNSmNobody
Tues.. Wed. Thurs., Frl.
n Tean AM A. DeatarAlway Enthusiast- or It win b.oome void Works Mkt. But :Nobody ta4atsst..
Metal
Open Sat. 8 A.M. S P.M. ,: Ilc-ordln. to law. : GASOLINES!' KEROSENB
Closed Sunday A Monday Western Clothing -Leather. Februnry 16. 1967. Ii Charley B.; Jotun. Ag.uy
*] Ooo4Ml 11- Oats R. Emmett Oahaivan Fuel Oil and Greases -
Saddles Trailers Groceries Meat* Feeds
goods. and All Metal Work -
MOTORS A. CYCLES L. Powell OahaojiuiVt.F'n ", Types -
Laura $&. 3acboav! 4949 Blandln Blvd. Charles In !Sharon Petty 0( : .,. ., theF1oota. Heat & Air Cond.Systenisi I Gas & Oil 60S S. Walnut. ,Starke Hurst Shell Servic
.
.0* So.; Ed e..s Ate.Jtcfcsonvlll ** rMatti.
jacksonville. 771-R244 P. Onhaffan. de Installed ,I
o I
1'tIbne IGCU 304-12It FIOJaAM$ *. PIER<;.'1iJ Ph. 964-5312 Stark. Fla. I Ph. M-W""II CARL HURST
Rd. 9G4-
j S03-S Norm Temple Ave. 16 E. Ph. 723i'I'

.&:3 .' z-: ... ......, 2. .2--- : -.: ;:-t.-:;;;. ----- Htarktr, F1vrld s-* n s-a "I H..... :SOI! J *'IM'Ph.' ,1A44I111i'AGE .




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1 I i THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1967 BRADFOnn .COUNTY TELKOItArn.: I'I'I'AftK". PT.ORlT11l .. __ ___ PARR !WINH
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-

Deadline Nears I ..

For WWI Vets

Seeking; LoansLess I -

SAYE qT. .
than five months re
main for veterana of World
War II :to use their guaranteeprlvllegee r'e
1 for a loan to pure
'chase a home farm or for
business purposes. This warming
I came from M. T. Dixon .
i Director of the Da. Dept. of
,
..
,Veterans Affairs.
The present status provides _
1 that the absolute cutoff date I
for World War II veterans i
will be on July 25, 1967. This _
deadline Is the result of con- FOOD .. _
STOaES -, .
fvM, t _
greanional action which has + ; -
delayed the final date of eligi ro a, c'lkertwtt17ocaro w __
'
bility several time
The cutoff date will not !m. h'II Good lllngeTOP!;. tilt!
I affect veterans of the Korean 1M
Conflict or 'veteran who have GOOD''TRII MARtH ... .
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES 25 wINN.DtMaroil' iNe.-co: ''vio.HTi.e7SUPERBRAND
served since January 81, 1939,
Dixon pointed out as these
veterans are covered by different U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" ALL FLAVORS CANNED
legislation. FLORIDA OR GEORGIA' ALL WHITE' FRESH
Almost seven million loans ASTOR FOLGER'S
:have been guaranteed by the
Veterans Administration to CHEK .
LARGE -
veterans since the beginning ;
.
II I of the program following
I World War 31. One out of
every five homes constructedin COFFEE COFFEE :
the United States following EGGS
World War II was with DRINKS
VA guarantee.The .
Veterans Administration
will guarantee up to 60 .
per cent of the purchase price r-- nw
of a home for a veteran with _ 1-LB. 1-LB.
11
:H
limitation as to the total purchase 4
prlc*. Dixon urges veterans t/ *b
planning to purchase a CAN CAN __

home soon to as make possible their avoidingthe electionatt Doz. EACH __A I

last minute rush for cer- _
tifications. limit 1 Coffee of your Choice' With $5.00 Order IftnN 1 Coffee of your Choice'Wkti .$5.00- Order


Roping Club '
>Regular 2911. .SO't KLEENEX Regular 2/49 .. l So-t.< THRIFTY MAID (Save !10< each). Req. 45' 5-lb. SOUTHERN BISCUIT PLAIN & SR -,..


For Plans Fair Events WeekThe Dinner Napkins 2/49'/ Cranberry ,Sauce 2/29'/ Flour 38 .4.4. a=

Bradford Roping Club Regular, 2/358. No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID-Limit 6 Regular'' 7f.. 18- ALCOA t S
held Its monthly meeting 00
Wednesday night, March 15. Apple Sauce .10 Aluminum FOil 59
with the entire time devoted Limit On* Flour of Your Choice With $5.00 Order
to plans for the Horse Showto
I
be held April 1 in conJunction Roqulor 3/49g..No. 1 Tall THRIFTY MAID Reg. 39*. 14-o.. CRACKIN' GOOD CHOC. COVERED REG. 69' 5-lb. GOLD MEDAL PLAIN & SR

County The schedule Fair.with the of events Bradford ts: >Evaporatedbilk/, 9/1./ M & M Tangos 3/1./

Seven and under and 8 to Regular 3/55 .No. 1 TALL PET Regular 39*.. lOVj-o- CRACKIN' GOODEvaporated Flour 48
12 age groups: Cloverleaf ,

lead Basket Race Weave and Arena Trail Horse Race Milk 7/$1./ ,Royal Mallows 3/$1./ .

.
Class Nine(to to be 13 Judged and) 20-up Regular 3911 2 -oi. THRIFTY MAID Regular 29*? 1-lb. DIXIE DARLING( REG. 59" DEEP SOUTH Limit One With $5.00 Ord..

I 1 groups: Cloverleaf Basket( Tomato Raisin Bread 2/49/
Weave, Sack Roping. and I Catsup 31./ ,

i Trail Horse Class (to be Reguar 3/l. 46-oz HI-C Regular 254.( 12-Pk DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SERVE M'na-.se 381-

I, Judged The ).Buddy Pick-up- Class j Fruit Drinks Seeded Rolls 2/39/
)1) will be open to all ages. 41./ .

I The at 1 show p.m.wUl Entry start fees promptly will- Regular '2/37/ No.. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID BLUE LAKE CUT R judur 49|(?.11-oz. HERSHCY (Saw 10
be $1 per person per event. Green Beans 6/s1./ Candy Kisses 39 Limit One With $5.00 Order r
First to fifth place ribbons .
I> will 'be with a belt .m
given Regular 294. No. 303 Colt ASTOR Reg. 99 :..aO-lb. Bag BRIQUETSCharcoal D' 8
the first '
buckle to accompany
place ribbon In each class.A Peas 79/ eterqeiiSUNYLAD .
:awarded high point to the trophy rider wUl collect-be Tiny . 4f1./ ,

ing the most points in each

age riding Starting group.contest at 7 will p.m.,be a calf held U.S.D.A. CHOICE REG.UL. R ALL FLAVORS

for boys up to age 16 with
entry fee of $1 and a belt
buckle going to the winner.To ,LEG 0' Thrifty Maid
top oft the evening, the
H
Roping Club Ia sponsoring: a
Jackpot Roping event starting Potatoes
at 8 p.m. There will be
calf ribbon roping roping., team roping, and BUTTORWHOLELAMB Ice Milk

Tell your relatives friends
and neighbors to come out
and participate In or watch
the fun.Winners.
In the March 19 i I 49",
Dhow were:
Cloverleaf: Keith Carter, 7 !
and under: Paul' Brown, 8-12;
'''Ellis Orlffls 13-19; Edward
Williams, 20-up. I
Basket Weave: Keith Carter ,
7 and under; Johnny Lee, | PLUS 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON 20 lb. bag 750
8-12; Ralph Morgan, 13.1911'Bill ;I "
Sherwood 20-up. ..
: Keyhole: Lisa Lee, 7 and U S CHOICE SOUARE CUT U.S. CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED ROUND GOLDEN BANTAM '-.1

-iRalph'under; Hazon Johnny 13-10 Lee, ; 8-12 BUI; Shldr LambLB.49, Roast LB.88, 'Fancy Corn 8 EARS 59J I I lE7eCW dK GREEN STAMPS 1% !1 ...

'Sherwood, 20-up. U. S. CHOICE LOIN U. S CHOICE W-D BRAND I CORN FED SIRlOIN! Oft T-BONE "=iI" .;::' ;';-'T; ;;;; I,
; Sack Roping. : Bill Sherwood 14 VINE RIPE. EXTRA FANCY GOLDBN er RED DELICIOUS J O"Nso'oe !
120-up.( $11 Steak LB 981 i Easter Candy i
Lamb Chops LB r I ... _
.
The Roping Club will not aooo TMNO H eM a 1'U. '
,
25 u,19
. 'hold it*''regular Haroe, March Showon 26. S. CHOICE' LAMB SIRLOIN OR W-D BRAND CHUB PAK Tomatoes Apples S: ...;_..;.... :r.O :_::H.:::._.r1;
Easter Sunday
Rib Chops ". 98x ,Gr. Round 79; JUMBO FRESH STALKSCelery JUICY, SUNKIST' EX.--AI-'L i 1 _

(fO.'5. CHOICE: !! LAMB W-I BRAND PLATE I I .4'ti. GREEN STAMPS sLB.
IN COUNTY .'''DaFT!'! COURT 2/29'/ Lemons DOZEN 91 ;

3"IV: rA AND: *Estate.-FLORIDA.FOR of BRATHfOROCOUT Sh'Idr Chops. 69' :Stew ,Meat<<: 25xu ::1 11-- ':r.oz r.: .1 --

MATTJH *>. eAHAOAJ, CHOICE 'W-D BRAND lO-ex. Pica. FRESH FROZEN SLICED GREEN GIANT Packed hi Butter "" T nu 1

tfacmtaMNOTICE TO ALA, .P1\1R&\OYII-1N'1.1tR.18T->] Of\ PRO.ATB: : Patties LB. 39Gr. Beef 5 pBG.. $199 Strawberries :.' 41., Lesuer Peas, .; i 31. .!; ..::.:-.-.:::::"".:::::::.-.;
.
ED EN THE JSTATJ3: Or SAID ... :
DECEDENT: GREEN GIANT LEAF SPINACH & Pocked h "' L
You are hereby mXlflee thata 2V4-lb. HONEYSUCKLE 12-oz. Pkq TALMADGE FARMS COUNTRY CURED 6oz. Con HI ACRES THE REAL THING" FLA. Butter SauceBaby t I sRA.. :

testament trig written to b.Of inatrumant the...Id)laat decadent win purport and linn TURKEY ROAST .$2.99 SLICED BACON e'' 79; Orange Juice 7/$1.. Limas ; 3/$1. .i' 'dx Ices GREEN ONt. 3-i.m.Nc..:.= :.
. bun admitted to probate In 2-lb. Box CHEF DELIGHT 8-az. Can'CRACKlN''GOODCANNED ; ; I '. J4,,' CAMNIO C ON'!! .:
this. court. Ton are herebY commanded 2.Ib. Pkg. FROZEN FRENCH (So.,. 17d.> MRI ,\Y''wft" (Sov. 6ftMargarine ; Cocked PicnicOOO
within ale calendar CHEESE FOOD . 69< BISCUITS 6/490 i I e THAU ,MAMCH,19AT i
.
month from the. datA (. the Potatoes 39 ; L..AL"x | ;
first publication of his notloe TARNOW, Bologna Pickle & Pimento, dive, '-oz. Pkq SUpeRB AND SLICED Fry 31. : : Lb,. : ..-..----------------...
_to how appear<-aiia..IA. .It this any court Too .can and LUNCH MEATS 3/89 AMERICAN CHEESE ., 390 W-D BRAND CHOPPED (Save 11..#) GREEN'GIANT, Pocked 'In Butter Sauce .: ---- E ""R .S..

In hjrttia admitting action Maid of will thle to court probate I-lb. Boxj COPELAND HOT OR MILD ,2j-Ib. Pkg.\ FRENCH FRIED! HEAT & SERVE Sirloin Steaks 89 Niblets Corn 3/$1. i I I .' GREEN STAMPS i
.
; !.. .
should not stand unrevoked. 99 pkg. .
SAUSAGE FISH STICKS ; .
PORK 490 e 1 U ONI'Iq' OH WHOLKNNVkAMO 1
/a/Theron A. Ta_ CURED OCEAN GREEN GIANT Pocked In Butter Sauce TASTE O'SEA (Save 294):) I HAM OftOOI :
COUNTY JUJKJK.BI Half or Whol. TALMADGE FARMS JW
AI>POBD COUNTY, I IJ.LORJDA. HAMS 98 PERCH FILLET 3 $1. Broccoli 3/$1. Haddock Dinners 2/89* ;COUNTRY NAM ; -
,. COUNTRY. u. u.. .i. 1 Lecu TNRU w/MMSUI.MARCH as i
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lot / J DKKI 9OUTM TMAW aacArInstant : 91*THM NO. / CAN. 1 TorApple .., TAT ONN POM DLDRN 1
.5 1, Berry PreMrY" : .'.;'71. Coffee 1 Blue Boy Tuna : 40Jt Juice : Ii Fish Sticks I PPPUNONI MA".r. uCUA PLAZA oil PIt'' /
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1961



TEN BRADFORD OOTJNTT TELTCQRAPH. BTARXK. FLORIDA. TmmSDAY.] MARCH aa.

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IYYYYYYYIYIYYVYYYYYYYt few close relatives. MY!". Practice 6:30: p.m.. Prayer her sister Mrs. C. B. Strick Katherine Wadaworth In Jacksonville grounds.

Mr. Jordan Is employed at First Baptist: Sunday School]1 meeting Wednesday ''7:30/: p.m. land in Gainesville from I I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED CHURCH NEWS ,.;;-

LAWTEY Florida State! Farm. The cou- 10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. anc l I The Pastor. Rev. James Walker Thursday to Saturday. The community wishes to The Church of God in Christ-

\ ple at home to friends in an 8 p.m.. Training Union 7 p.m. can be heard on Sunday Jimmy Moore son of Mr. express our deepest sympathy CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY will present an Easter programat

apartment at Mrs. Miner's Midweek services Wednesda:Y I 1:30: p.m. over Radio Station and Mrs. W. F. Moore id sta-I to Mrs. Mary Jane Jones, 7:30: p.m. Sunday.: Th4
By Knzit< niunchanlAAAAAA.AAAA I home. 8 p.m. WZOK. tioned at Fort BennlnT. O*. Glen Thomas and Albert pastor Elder D. R. WIlliams; .

Church Activities Church of God: Sunda:, Sympathy is extended toj Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkinson Thomas In the passing of their RECREATION NEWS Girls Softball team has started Invites the public to attend.
AAAAAAA A A A..I
Revival Services will beginat I School 10 a.m., Worship 11 aI'm. Mrs. Mllo Smith, Mrs. Willie and son of Orlando\ visit- sister, Mrs. .Ads Thomas. The Reno Recreation bas practicing for the season. Any Greater Allen Chapel AME:

Jordan-Anderson I Grace Methodist oil Sunday and 7 p.m., CPE Wedne. Dobbs and Mrs. Lester! Austin ed his parents Mr. and Mrs.B. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wads- ketball team won the championship Softball club desiring a game Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson,

Miss Gloria Anderson daughter evening March 26. continuing 7:30: p.m. Prayer rneetini! g in the death of their mother L. Wilkinson. On Sunday worth and Kelly Forsyth of in the first annual with the Untouchables please pastor. Easter Sunrise Sen-

of Mr, and Mrs. Resale through the week excluding I'm. 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Dale Mitchell in Lebanon, their son-in-law and daughter Starke attended' and partici- Reno Invitational Basketball contact Miss Edna B. Williams, vice 8 a.m. All persons attending -,

l Dick] Anderson became the I Saturday and closing Sunday Revival services will be hel d Va. on Friday March 17. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Edwardsof pated in the 18th annual cracker Tournament.Reno general delivery, Lawtey Fla., are asked to bring; '..

bride of Delbert Jordan. son ofMrs. evening. April 2. The publicIs i at the Church of God on Sunday '. Mrs. Eugene Starling reports Jacksonville, MiLssjs Virgin! day at Bunnell last Saturday defeated Palatka in or call 782-3130.-Edna Williams white candle. The message

P C. Jordan of Warren. cordially invited to attend. Apr. 9, at 7:30: p m. Thi e that each of ten Girl Scouts and Leila Mae Oaslclns, also of They enjoyed Bar-B-Que the first game, by a score of manager. I will be delivered by Rev. L. AL,

Pa., on Saturday: evening Grace Methodist: Sunday evangelist will be Gene Bas s won an award for selling cook- Jacksonville were guests dinner calf. roping and Lie 61-41.4and beat Gainesville in PTA MEETINGThe I Sampson. Service will be held''

March 18 at Grace Methodist School 9:45: a.m., Worship 111 of Starke The public is in,- ies. They sold 848 l foxes of On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. horse races.Mrs the second game by a score of regular meeting of RJE| at 11 a.m. Easter program ae;

Church. The a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer vlted. cookies a total winning of Earl raton and family visited Leola] Scultrop of Nor- 4640. PTA will be held At 7:30: p.m.
pastor Circle Monday 9 Junior Baptist Sunda:: fork, Va., arrived Sunday to In 3 p.m., terminating the! day's
I p.m. Highland : i r $64.80 which will be ubed for Mrs. Robert Melton, Mrs Oar- the championship game April 5 at the Civil Defense
Ernest L Bailey performedthe MYF. 6pm. followed by choir School 9:45: a.m.. Worship' 1: I the camping trip this sum- ah Dorman and M.-s. Leila spend awhile with Mrs. M. L. it was Reno Recreation 52 Center. Two films will be' activities.
witnessed by a 7 and Senior Choi:]r Watterson and K. B. Walterson's. -
ceremony practice at a.m. a.m. and 7-30: p.m. ; the RJE!: Junior Varsity 49. Bob- the
mer. Peavy in Ocoy and ort re- shown by Mr. Williams I
,J I We are pleased to note that turn trip they visited, his sister by Williams and Early Young CD director. Refreshmentswill
and brother-ln-lnw. Mr. Mrs. Alma Dyal moved her were selected on the AllTourney THE RIGHT POINT for tb*
Eugene Starling has opened a I
Recreation Center for the and Mrs. E. J. Tyner and:! famIly trailer last week to the lot team. be served. the way you write C.me In
Friends And Voters of Bradford between. Ruth and D. W. All will
County young folk: in the oullding in Sanford. Dayl Leroy Thomas Henrv Dom- persons attending and elect your favorite ESQ'
.
Swindell's.Frances mon Jerome Pelham and Arthur please meet at RJE School fountain
TERBROOK
,, _. Joining his barber shop Micky Moore visited Jody pea..
.,;a?;; : -7--' r I Lott of Miami Williams were outstanding and a motorcade will proceedto TELEGRAPH
Thomas In Live Oak ever the
Mrs.Charles Shuford has returned
spent' last weekend with her In the tournament.The ,
weekend.Mrs. the CD building at the Fair
visit with her
after a
'I parents Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Reno team ended the
John Browne- pleasantly ] "
son-in-law and daughter. Dr. was
season with 17 wins and two
and Mrs. John Wright and surprised Tuesday. even- Lott.Mr. defeats.A .
Due to the shortness of I family in Tampa.Mr. ing of last week when about and Mrs. George Ra limes -
and family moved from barbecue will be given DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
3d ladles of Hlehland
Baptist
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and
Saturday night In honor of
the Tidwell home to the house
time, it has been impos- Mrs. Joyce Futch were in Church came to her home to the Reno team.Director .
vacated by the Rothell Jones's
STARKE PHONE 961-6200
,
Jacksonville Saturday where give a party In observance of Jackson I -
expresses
last week.
sible for me to personally Mrs. Kell\. and Mrs. Futch: attended her birthday anniversary. Included gratitude to the team for a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3178
g 1 the Florida Educational with the refreshmentswas Robbin and Jerry Wads- Job well done. I
4.Please Association. Later Mr. and a beautiful cake for the worth Jr. spent the weekend .
] An
contact each of you. .., with their Easter Egg Hunt will be
Mr.
grandparents
: Mrs. Kelly visited his cousin. occasion. The honoree appre- held Friday March 24. at 10 Rental Services
and Mr. Joe
Sullivan In Wai-
ciated the
Mrs. P L. Seaver. lovely giifts. a.m. at the American Legion
Mrs. Laura Wolfe who has Mr and Mrs. Bill Powell of do. Playground for the preschooland HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
forgive, and do not spent several] weeks vlth her Orlando] were visiting her "Yogi" Childs of Titusville e'ementary students. r:.
son-in-law] and daughter Mr. mother Mrs. John Brown and spent ]laistweek in Hamptonand NOTICE CRUTCHES

hold this against me. I and Mrs. Eugene Starling and other members" of ''the' family' "' relatives.] Waldo visiting friends and The Lawtey Untouchable I 4

i family has returned' to her test Sunday. .
Don't forget homecoming at
,.
home in Dayton. Ohio.
i the Baptist Church on April 2.
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells of SENIOR
Leesburg were visiting her
I mother Mrs. Effie Miner, on CITIZENSTwo RAIFORD I
CONSIDER THIS MESSAGE AS A PERSONAL HANDSHAKE AND Monday.

MY ASKING YOU PERSONALLY FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORTON : Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore. subjects, of prune Importance -
By Mr, tear! .
MARCH 28. SO WE CAN CONTINUE GOOD AND HONEST Micky and Reeney attended were discussed by Dobbs

GOVERNMENT IN TALLAHASSEE. the wedding of their son. ROb- Senior Citizens at their meet- Phone 4M-MC1 SPECIAL

''ert Charles Moore, and Miss Ing on March 14 NOTICEi

Your Vote and Support Greatly AppreciatedFOR Celia Copeland at the Presby- The following, resolution] Some of those attending'
terian Church In Lake City. was unanimous!"' approved to church 1
be sent to Wilbur D. Mills. at Raiford First Bap- ,
Mr. and
I Mrs. Donald Carter tist Church from
out of
town I
chairman of the House
Ways I
I of Starke spent Sunday with Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.L .
Si Means Committee Washington -
relatives] here. ; :p Dobbs jof
RALPH C. TYRE Miss Kathy Jones of Jack- D. C. and to Florida Gainesville 1
and Mrs. Ivy Williams of Port
I 200
sonville visited her parents members of the House and St. Joe, Bruce Randy and Approximately persons who received

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones over Senate. President Johnson I Mason Mikell of Deland and HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Whereas -
in 1966 have
House of Representatives District 17 the weekend. Miss Helen] Albrlttun of Sara- ,.
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of has urged the Congress sola.. .

Jacksonville was a weekend: to Increase social security Mr. and Mrs. Theodore RosIer NOT renewed their exemption for 1967. Only

(Pd. Po]. Adv.) i visitor of Miss Enza Blanchard.Miss benefits averaging! 20 percent spent Saturday night and I "

Elisabeth: Terry visited with the largest share Sunday as guests of their 8 days remain to file for this exemption (
going to 2 Mi million retirees
children. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
...... T -_ I who now get only the mini- Addison Jr.
------ and son !In Gainesville April J 1st is the deadline and law
--. mum of $44 a month [tS6 a .. by we


BUSINESS DIRECTORY couplet Where]: and as, the proposed! Increases regret Friends to of learn Earl, that Dobbs he will was cannot accept any application after that date.

I iAREA would fall short of in an automobile accident Tues

assuring beneficiaries of gen- day and la a patient in King
uine financial Independenceas : Memorial Hospital.
Others
contemplated by the Soc there This office will remain
are Mrs. Lawtey Crews open, Saturday,

AtJ70 SALES&SERVICE Farm and Industrial MEN'S WEARL I PAINT &: GLASS ial Whereas Security other act; and nations far Harold Findley] and Yarbrough.Mrs. Eva Albert Staf April 1 1st to serve anyone unable to attend to

Equipment less affluent than .the U. 6.

& L Men's Shop have far more adequate soc- ford.Home for Easter vacation la this during the week. This application be
Florshelm Shoes- ial welfare systems and Ann can
Jeep Jeepster Santa Fe Tractor I ; Crawley, daughter of Mr.
I Plso, Pluma SuitsLadies Liddell Paint & Whereas no remotely comparable and Mrs. Francis Crawley and
signed either Husband
by
Family of 4 Wheel Drive Inc. Sports Wear Glass Co. Insurancec protec- her roommate of Miami. They or Wife, and it may

Arrow Dress Shirts tion is available to Americans. will return, to St. Joseph's

RAJ.fBLERRidgway Farm Tractors FORD& Implement. 13 W. University Gainesville KYANIZE PAINTSGlaraAIIrrorsSUdlng :at any price Academy |In St. Augustine be returned in person or by mail. :

Door. Therefore be It resolved] SUnday.
Motor Co. Ford Industrial Equipment I
USED EQUIPMENT MOBILE HOMES Tub Enclosures-Shuwer Doors that the Congress of the U. S. Sunday guests of ,the Earl i 'I'I'I

1132 S. Main SALES PART SERVICES -Windows-Awn Ing-Carpet- take prompt positive) actionto Dobbs were Mr. and Mrs. L. j
MUSTANG WallpaperSt.refron&ConaultaUoDo attack the deflclences that J. Mikell Jr. and sons Bruce
Gainesville S72-8433 PICK UP & DELIVERY! I
II I exist: In the Social Security Randy and, Mason of
4498 N.W. Sixth Galnssvllls Deland] GENE LONG
Mobile Homes Inc.Gainesville' : Mr. and j
Phone 376-2548 118 N.W. Sixteenth St. system so that older. Amer- Mrs. Roy Clemons
lleans widows children and and children of Heilbronn\
GAINESVILLE 172-a1tl
Discount Mobile Tax Assessor
the disabled can live out Springs Mrs. Mary Freemanand
BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE GARDEN SUPPLIES Home Sales Lot. their retirement years 'In Mrs. Gerald GriffU and

: Purchase discounts on entire, GLASS dignity and self-respect] rather children of Raiford Mr. and t
chain guarantee huge savings.ings. Mrs. :
Inc. than in poverty ar.d des Don Newman and children ,
Johnson & Faris Inc. I pair and of Starke. They all visited I
,
MOON\ CAPELLAPACEMAKER
SALES Se SERVICE NEW University Glass Be it further resolved that morial Earl ''Dobbs at King Me- --. -.=-r----. ____ __ "-.._ _. -__. __ _ I
Fine Selection( of Used Cars Complete Line of since the program's biggest Hospital. .",- ." .
Used :Mobile Homes Low
Taken On Cadillac Trades SEEDSPLANTSIu.ectlclde.Pet & Glazing Co., Inc. single defect !Is the lack of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobbs -
Priced. With approved credit and
1001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 adequate cash benefits that children,, Paula and Mike,
PHONE 378-5301 SappMsFERTILIZERS low as $100 down. MIRRORS the Congress act to Increase i and ]little niece Rhoda Ann, I

: 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North S AUTO GLASS these benefits as proposed by were In Lake City Friday. [ BRADFORD ''SUPERBSTRAWBER )
'We Rent Fertilizer' Sprl 84er.' Gainesville. 378-1346 the President. Friends of Howard Pindley

CRANELINCOLNMERCURY 224 N.W. 8th Ave. CALL COLLKjCT Tub Enclosures Showers Committees were elected 'will regret to learn that he
Doors Store Fronts was injured when
for thrown froma
duty at the Bradford
PRONE 872-047<<
1319 S. Main Gainesville horse
I Sunday and
is
MotorcyclesScootersCYCLERAMA County Fair All exhibits a patient
G.rne.vtlle) Fla 376-9951 should be brought to the'I ] in King Memorial] Hospital RIES

Authorized Sale A Service Senior Citizens meeting on '
Mr. and Mrs.
BO6 10.) University Gainesville I GLASSGAINESVILLE Motorcycles SEWING MACHINES\ March ;28 at 7:30: p. m. of Alachua Marcus visited Cordon -

Phene 372Crane's 1 I New members of our club their are only one of the AGRICULTURAL ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. many
e V.UJUeOllw
I
are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mc-

National Sewing Manus Mrs. George. Mc- Gordon Karen.Sunday.Howard B'1 businesses of your rapidly growing county.
ImportsVolvo Jr..
SALES SERVICE i
GLASS CO. INC."EVERYTIIL'IlG Manus.
and Mrs. Nora" Ori- and Ronnie :
(Mercedes-Ben) ACCESSORIES Machine Co., Inc.
JTAT-HILLMAN IN GLASS"Store 613 W. Uniwrelty Gainesville The Fair will be a good City were Tuesday night guestsof I Do You Want AGRICULTURE '
Fronts Mirrors 378-2811 New Home Pfaif. Nelco. their grandmother In Rai-
Dalnesrvllle
310) N. Main place to get acquainted. Come
Glass
Windows Sliding Universal. Machines
Sewing '
Phone 372-4373 Doors Tub Enclosure Sales & Service by and see us. ford.Mrs.. Earl Dobba spend Monday TAXED OUT OF EXISTENCE?

3038 N. E. Waldo IUL. MOVERS\ Nearly New Unite $5. monthly -Joe Ken1g ll. ReporterON night and Tuesday aaguesta I

Beauty Academy Gainesville 376-2081 Budget Term Available of her children the
Distance DEAN'S LIST If you are AGAINST higher taxes and FOR
Long Moving 611 W. University Gainesville Howard\ Registers, In Lake ,

POWELL'S IRON ORNAMENTAL 4 Local Draya&eStoRre 378-1335 daughter Miss Harriet of Goodman. City. the protection of AGRICULTURAL LAND
Packing prating I Mr. and Mrs. See- Mrs James Cadell of the

Shipping ber D. Goodman of Starke was State Farm took some of her

Beauty AcademyLearn Ornamental Iron FREE: ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S TILES & PAINT on the Dean's List for the fall Girl] Scout Troop to Girl Scout / I
s1 Steel StairsFabrication semester at the University of Farm In Normandy VOTE FOR \
a. Profession In Your MOVING Village
.
& Erection *fLight Missouri where she Is !a senior Friday.
Among those
Ttm\ Full or Part Time enjoying
t DAY Spar A EVENING CLASSES O Miscellaneous Structural Iron Steel & Storage, Inc. FIJNTKOTE TILl!: In the School of Journalism.To the trip were Joyce Cadell of the man pledged to join YOUR GOVERNOR'Sfight
be eligible] for the Dean's State
Vinyl-liny I Asbestos Asphalt Farm. Linda Sue Alva-
319 Low N.W.Tuition 10th Term Av.. Steel Products Co. 8540 Gainesville N.E. Waldo 872-4271 Rd. Floor Finishing" Products List a student must have a! rae and Debbie Griffis. against NEW TAXES, and for security for

Gainesville 378-276 03 N.W. 2Srd Blvd.. Gainesville I CARPET grade point of 2.75 or higheron Mr. and Mrs. Billy Findley those whose business is AGRICULTURE
872.5881JANITOR'S WALLPAPER I a 4.0 scale. and family visited their son I .

MUSIC Junior Findley and family in
CONCRETE. PRODUCTS Tenney Tile & Paint 'W uuAUAU.AW W.11 Jacksonville Sunday
SUPPLIES Lipham Music Co. Wayne Jones of Jacksonville I ELECT YOUR NEIGHBOR

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville ShoppingCtr.. 222 N.W. 6th at. HAMPTONBy visited Mr. and Mra. Earl
CONCRETE PRODUCTS 372-0303 Gainesville! 378-1303 Dobbs: Friday

ARE THE BEST FROM Spence 110 N. W. 10th. Avenue Sir\ .. Mary Williams Miss Helen Albritton of
1
Chemical SuppliesJanitorial Authorized Sarasota spent the weekend
Thomas
Edward's Building ] Supplies Cleaning Baldwin Pianos & Organs TRAVEL ,.&&..&....&. ....&' as guests of her cousins Mr. I Ralph
Guitars Gibson Goya '
r and Mrs.
Marjell Dobbs and J
Supply, Inc.u' :' Chemicals] Wax Drums Ludwig Slingerland Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jonas family after attending FEA 'I
Brooms BrushesMops Feuder Standard AmplifiersOffice and
family of
Holly Mich. I
House of Travel Convention In
Jacksonville.
8. Main-372-4844 Buckets Restroom Supplies\ were weekend guest, ot Mr. i

GAINESVILLE. FLA. & equipment Equipment and Mrs. D. E. Hill and fami and Mrs.Mrs Edna Wayne Cason and Mr. STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 17
INC. Jones and
707 HK: 2nd G'vllle 372-2186 ]ly.'
Hancock Office AIRLINTC3' children] of Jacksonville and
ELECTRIC MOTORS Verdo Salter was called "to Mr. and Mra. Phil Palma ofj*
LADIES WEAR EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthoriaed STEAMSHIP! Birmingham ]last Thursday by New Haven. Conn. visited Earl lie has been working: with your Governor for the people and will

ELECTRIC the death of his brother. Dobbs: In King :Memorial Hospital -1 I continue to work with Governor Kirk for YOUI!
R. R.
Dealer Bobbin Wadsworth won
Motor Repair Co. Cherry'sGainesville's CIarJ'VldorTotalJaAddiNl Hotels! Car Rentals'No '' several ribbon. in the horseshow Saturday. II

Of GailDe vWe. InaltepalrngRewlndfng Most Fashionable] Machines. Calculator. Charge For Our Service in Starke on Sunday.Mr. Vote
Address For ",diesDKESSESSUITSCOTS SALES -SERVICERENTAL' Weekdays 8:30: to 5:00: and Mrs. Gordon Weeat I THOMAS-March 28Pd.
and Bobby of !Miami TIlE RIGHT POINT for the,
New and Used SAVE TLVE DLtcuss yonr Sat. to It. were .
write." '
WORK GUARANTEED f MATKRNTTY; WEARACCESSORIES requirement with n. first. the weekend guest 'of Mrs. way you. Com la and
fleet favorite ESTER-
1030 S. Main Gainesville S2S N. Ma.n St. OalnesvUlt 3413 W. University ATS. T. F. Brown. your
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Garden Club New OES Officers Installed Rabies Clinic I Funeral MondayFor --

Named 'Coach of Year'In

KEYSTONE HILITES Of The Lakes In Open Ceremony March/ 10 \ .For Keystone Area Mrs. WalkerOf II IIRhoden


By Jim Fox Prepares For Show Set April 1st Keystone Heights Suwannee Vallev Cape Loon

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4118 Hy 1 It-Ion EIIII! officers. The All American :
Tho Garden Club of the Inoculation 83. of
Annual Rabies Mrs. Eula A. Walker ., .., .
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Team placard, nnd college
un u Lakes met Thursday, March New officers of tho Keystone -I Clinics will be held in Clay Keystone Heights died Sunday .
WOMAN'S CLl'B' NEWS; for the eventing were: 1st; 16, In the craft room of Faith Heights Chapter of typo pennants, with Jerry and County during March and Ap- morning after an extended Ill At. the Suwannee Valley r -

The Woman's Club will place with 4.8 points Louis I' Presbyterian Church on High- Eastern Star were Installedat I Hec Inscribed on them, w'r'I ill. ness. She was born In Wrens Conference's last meeting.

sponsor the fundl'a1lInadl'lve! Kyle and Stanley LaCoste: 2nd way 21.The an open ceremony on I I of surrounded officers, with each Jerry's carrying team a The Ke;'setonn Heights! area Oa. on Sept. 23. 1883 and wasa Coach LeI Rhoden of Keystone:

of the Amerlciaii Cancer Society place with 39 points Mrs,,II 28 members and three March 10.Following. small bouquet of reel roses, 'clinic will be held at the city member of the Keystone Heights Hl !h School. vns chosen _____*1

which Is already underway Townsend Dent and Mrs. R guests gathered at 10 a.m. the call or order her Chapter flower. .I hall In Ke. stone Heights on, Heights Community Church. as basketball Coar'i: (: of the I ,,

and will continue until R. Clare. I bringing plants and horticultural by retiring Worthy Patron Grand Treasurer Mary Laura Saturday Apr. 1. from 2 to Sur tying are three .grandchildren Year.

the middle of April. SCOUT OF TilE YEAR specimens as a preview Floyd Koona and the welcomIng Johnson presented the Star 4 pm. and three great Coach Phoden! was hired. as

The committee fr th Kcv- Richard T. Martin. 16 son( of what is necessary for a address by retiring Worthy Points with their emblematicStar The clinics are conducted by grandchildren. athletic director and football

tone area Is headed by Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin flower show. 'Mrs. T. J. Hall ;Matron Dorothy Koona, the Installing pins. She was assisted by the Clay County Health: Department Funeral ser lces were held at coach three years ago when

John Bird assisted. by cochairmen -(lot Keystone Heights! was named -"(. Horticultural Chairman of the officers were Intro- Secretary Beatrice Schroeder In cooperation with 3 p.m. Monday' In the DeWittC. Keystone's athletic fortunes I ,1-

Mrs. R. Griffin and Boy Scout Troop 105 "Scoutof Orange Park Garden Club duced: Installing Qsand: Officer P..M.;, donor of these jeweled local veterinarians The fee Jones Chapel at Keystone were at a low ebb. Equipment -

Mrs. D. Bullock. Members of the Year" during ceremoniesat ;I commented on. each exhibit Verna Brice, PGM;, : Assistant for each Inoculation Is $2 per Heights with Dr. A. C. Holt was scarce and of poor

the club will solicit gifts. the annual Parents Night making suggestions on prep.. Vincent Brice, POP; pins.The appointed officers were: animal.In officiating. Interment was In quality. Discipline loft much S '% tle

Last year cancer took the Dinner on March 17. Martin's: aration and care for showing.Mrs. Assisting Grand Patron E. W. Mattie Lee Klngsbury Adah, ; j announcing the clinic it dnnlersvllle: Oa. at 11 am. to be desired and Inability to
: Liles, also of ..
lives of more than 10.000 fellow name was engraved on a par- Mary Gairis." PQP: Installing Grand Lillian Norwood Ruth; Louisa ,was pointed out that rabies Is WednesdayIn make a good showing in conference ,,-
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Floridians of alt ases manent trophy which was!I Orange Park made an antique Chaplain Jessie May Hicks,I Perry, Esther; Dorothy 1<"on8, I
Funds are needed for lesearch presented by the Rotary: Club flower arrangement. Grand Associate Conductress; Martha; and Phyllis Husscy
and treatment. THE SOCIE- of Keystone Heights and a At the business meeting fol-I Installing Grand ;Marshall, Klecta.: ] is measured by Usa\ number Community Church building ers and fans.Rhoden .

TV NEEDS YOUR HELP! small trophy was presented to lowing Mrs. T. L. Norwood !Mary Lnura Johnson. Grand The Larson Jewel, a gift I of persons usually children fund. realizing that these .
was accepted as a new member -
The Keystone Woman's him by Dr. Phil Parsons of the 1 Treasurer; and Installing' from the late J. Edwin Larson .: who must take anti-ra conditions exIsted. nevertheless '
leaving four on the waiting -
Club will have a Coke conces- Keystone Heights[ Rotary o list. I IMra. / Grand Organist, Ima \'Vllllams'l' former State Treasurer I tiles treatment after being bitten Ladies AuxiliaryTo accepted the appointmentand

alon at the Annual rao. and Past Grand 1 Master was promised winning combination t--
REA meet- Fremont Tollcs bird I II by rabid or suspected animals ,
:ling at the Clay Electric Coop Club.Martin, a student at P. K chairman Conductress Paddle presented passed on to new Worthy Ma. j Be Formed In three years. This

on Thursday March 23 Yonge High' School in Gainesville talk on ,specimens gave an interesting found in ''I elected Worthy Matron I tron from the rl'tlrlng'V' :\[, I Dogs are the greatest offenders For Post 202An Has been accomplished In both sophy of character tralnlns:

Mrs. Albert Bachmann will be and a Ufe Scout. has our vicinity, and played a ] GeraldIne Jackson with gavel and the Larson Jewel pin was I when I it comes to biting football and: basketball. Moraleof The Conference choice<, ol
In on behalf of the chapter officers from the retiring the team and at football and basketball Coach
charge. passed fans are an
been a member of the troop recording which she had made \ followed next by cats organization meeting for
!; and Incoming Associate Worthy Patron to his succes all-time high. Is of the Year" Is quite paradox -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLL"BLa.t since 1962. He has heLl )positions of bird calls heard while havIng j I and wild animals such as the an Auxiliary unit for Key- Equipment n

Thursday night. the of Assistant Patrol Leader !:)- breakfast on her porch. Patron J. elected A. Williams P. Patron I', sor. I:racoon fox. skunks and bats. :, stone-Melrose American Leg- of good run 11 to. and the financial as the Greenvill" coa..t1.who ,

Keystone Duplicate Bridge Patrol Leader and Senior Refreshments were servedat presented Hector Ownbey Worthy with Jack K.on3 presented. his Rabid wild animals lose, Ion Post 202 wll be held at 7:30p : situation Is greatly Im was hired primarily for

Club played with their new Patrol Leader and Is presently noon by the hostesses, Mrs. | mallet-like humorous a mother with a Past Matron's I their fear of man and often m. Monday March 2V in the proved. basketball won the football
gavel, a -
cards ana board. Board number serving as Jr. Assistant Lena demons Mrs. Emory as ring and his wife, Darbnra ,sander into populated areas. Clay Electric conference room. Coach Rhoden's philosophy award and Rhoden. who was

13 had a SLAM! Winners Scoutmaster. He Is also a Cooper. and Mrs. Aleene Adle. gesture.Tho 1966 67 officers presented Mr. Koons with hls'l' md may appear to b' tame. Mrs Harriet Dittman 5th l Is that a well conditioned. hired as football coach. won
rotlrcd. -
member of the Order of the past Patron's pin. I f fI Such animals should be avoided District President, and other disciplined player well the basketball award.

Arrow. vyvv.v.vv.rvyvvvyyvvvMELROSF. of the. and::new! the officers entrance began match I A festive reception followedIn I I If seer they should be State and District officers of
MURRHEEInsurance Richard was elected to attend the banquet hull where I reported to the County Health the Legion Auxiliary will be ala i In the nucleus upon whichto practice Monday and accordIng -
Associate Conductress Josephine -
AgencyRichard the North Florida Council Reed sang a solo saluteto I I tho refreshment table held j ]Department. Children should present to explain their purposes build a winning combina to Rhoden. their ropects t

Junior Leader training tho symbolic cake, frosted I be warned never to approach and proKram. tion. Ills program Is aimed at are Rood for an even better
Murrhee, Agt. incoming Worthy Matron with an American flag, and touch this oblectlva.: To accom- season next
General Insurance camp at Camp Echoskotee. Geraldine Jickson, as they ur such an animal. "All ladles who may be Interested year.
iFire Casualty near Orange Park. In 1965. In By Sally Rothhuminer were duly installed. Individual cakes each had a All warm-blooded animals In learning more a- plish this. he mend a great
Marine
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1966. he was chosen, tr:> serve addresses the I red rose motif. Refreshmentswere ,should be Inoculated annuallv. bout this patriotic organisa leal of training time on conditioning. -
Auto
Bonds A..A .. A.. Following by served by the hostesses! ; .
Keystone Height. 473-4780 on the staff at the Junior ; i iWOMAN'S new Worthy Matron and Wor- and all owners are urged/ to tion are cordially nvlted to attend -
Mrs. Hazel Miss Gor-
Leader Training Camp. He will : CLUB! i it thy Patron, a colorful and appropriate trude Houaer:: McKay, Mrs. Janet Hay- I ake advantage of the services ." says Col. Ornlmm F. "Conditioning is "of the utmost KE'VSTONfHEIGHTS.
serve on the staff for (offered at the annual clinics. !Importance. Rhoden
summercame 't t Mrs. A. J. Wltherspoon. first) courtesy was extended and MI's. Vesta Aikcn. Hutchison, commander of Post
SCHEDULE! ... at Baden-Powell Scout; vice president presided at the I i to them by their new I nor 202. avs. "A player in good phy-

OF SERVICES Reservation, near Melrose, this 1, March 15 meeting of the Melrose lcal condition Is less likely to
be Injured. This is of
summer. special!

PARK Martin was selected for this, es for Woman's the luncheon Club. "IioRteRs-\\ NEWS NOTES 6:30:: p.m.uostesses. Imnortnnre In a small school." .

Annual Family Night Banauet ) for the coffee Rhoden's varsity basketball
current hdnof. by his fellow Harriet Williams. Mrs. ,
of the By Helen Egan: hour were Mrs. Emily Leon' team had a 19-6 record and
troop members In a secretelection. ; LaCoste. Mrs. Flo Becker and
j and Mrs. Helen Egan. went to the region flailj: His
Held
Scout 105By
PALMS ; Mrs. Fran Kromer. Jlr. Garyi By Boy Troop. KAINKOW OIICLS B squad had a 16-4 record. MELADSEBOSIUESS

CUB SCOUT MEETINGCub WilIer assistant Pastor of the 1'"ITF.1tSTAT': ,\ On March 31 at 8 p.m. In Both of these are school i'ec-

SUNDAYS Scout Den 3 mt Tues I First Presbyterian: Church of Jim Fox hud miniature /green tents and I Under the direction of Mrs. the Masonic Temple the Rain ords. In commenting on those

11:00: A.M. 7::.10) P.M.:\ day, March 14 at the home of Gainesville gave a book! : reviewof the flag! of the Panther, RavC C their Den Mother Mrs. Roy "The Source" bv James A. On Friday night. March 17, 4 hurch::: choir director
THURSDAYS en and Flaming Arrow )patrols and organist present a ceremony to which quality and calibre ef the
7:30: P.M.:\ Turkett. Mlchener. Mr. Waller! also Boy Scout Troop) 105 held Its These tables weru also decorated I the combined choir of Master :Masons and Eastern athletes that made it possiblefor

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE At this meetlnan.., boy I showed slides he had made last annual FamU Night BanquetIn with miniature Scout fig- f St.; Anne's Episcopal Church Star members are invited. The one coach to coach two,DIRECTORY I

started working on their book year while vtsltln* In Israel the Community Church Educational lU es. S ind Community Church will local lodge and chapter will be teams to a successful season.! "

l TEACHING and magazine racks whichare and Jordan which is the locale Building. Special guests! for till occaI I present an Easter Cantata on host and hostesses for the so. In praising all members of "lItn S.il_ & Service

projects related to their of "The Source." Members The tables were decorated by don were Dr. nnd Mrs. A. (Jood Friday evening. March, clal hour.
AU Services Held In The both teams! Rhoden pointedout
March. Thrme. "Han y Man." are urged to remember Mrs. Miller Wrinkle asslited Holt, Mr and Mrs E. T. C'I *!11 I. at 8 p.m. In St. Anne's. COMMUNITY: CHURCH that two of his seniors had SPRING MOTORSComplete

Congenial Atmosphere! On Tuesday. Maroh 7, Kevin about the benefit bridge at 1 by Mrs.. Marshall Gallop And tin. representing the rhe public Is invited.IIOMKMAKKRS AKKA; MEETING
won special recognition. Stefan Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN
Of The Lounge. I Bannon and Terry DHvls were p.m. at the club on March 29. Mrs William Warren. The ing Institution the Rotary I : CLUB The Area :Meeting of the Brokas! and Carl Hewitt won

(Continued on next Page CllfltCII: head table had an arrangement The Clay County Extension Florida Fellowship of Community -
Club and Dr. Phil Ptl1'sons.Nelllhbo1'hood ,
places the
on All Conference "It It's For A VolkswagenWe
of yellow mums with Komernnkers Club met at Clay Churches will be held
At MYF meeting Sunday;
Commissioner. : Team, and attended tho con- Have It."
preen decorations and the Klootrio hull on March 1ft when at 10 a.m. at the Community
night new officers wet o elect The truest 'speakerits: Hor- f< rnce meeting" and dInner"I Always Plenty of Good tTs tables had wrlfl'mumll 1 Mrs.\ Agnes Ciiendet Church. Coffee hour and J
other
presented < rcgls
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were'Teena RotJI
ed. They >" Wllllarrsin. Scout Fxesu-
a"< with
the
other
All Conference In Stock
1st Anniven Specials Linda with red. white and blue artificial t he: study work for March on tratlon will begin at 9:30.LunchL'O : Volkswagens:
;
ary hemmer. president; tlve for the North FloridaCouncil.
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players. This Is a new program Green Cove l Rnrlmrn. 2S40109HKALTTY !
flowers and:! tie same I paint and wall finishes. will be served by
I Price vice president: Tommy .
I color ribbons carrying cut the I I\rs. A. O. Loudon presented! the Church Women for $1 at that: Rhoden helped Initiate -
Linda SHOP
Everson. secretary: Invocation by
J In appreciation of your color scheme. The three. tab- The wai tt.vpn i bazaar Idea In an attractive 12:15.: Make reservations with% In line with his phllo-
Rothhammer. treasurer They of t'iu Community
Dr. Holt -
pastor
X I les for the individual patrols t tote: bag oho had made from your circle chairman and
will take office In June. Miller Wrin KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Church.
f Fine patronage during the J .:hair, webbing/ and embroidered friends Interested In attendingmay
Several cars of patents and kle. Committee Chairman, was I In multi-colored yarns. call this correspondent.Dr. wood, who renewed their mem SHOP

; past year we are offeringhe young members of El 1ftm Baptist -I. ma te- of ceremonies.The Cordon Poteat will bership. Greetings were extended -
Mrs. Louise Foster and Mrs It was announced" that the give Edith J..finon." Owner
It "The to Houston and :Marlan
celebrated part cf Youth opening!! ceremony I
Kenneth Har.The (Council::: meeting will be heldn the message of the afternoon Personal
t following pre-Easter Orlscoll their first
with the on meetingwith
Week in Gainesville rt the History! of Our Flag session
Clai- Electric air having I; the Green Covo Ex- -
Springs
& Creative
last Sat-1 background story nan-pled bvi the club since their long
f''peela: : Carol Estates! Church a luncheon this Thursday.Mrs. I t Lennlon Office on, March 29 at FKi.ixm.suir ci.ru vacation in California Hair Styling
I uriay night. They enjoyed, E. I. VanNctta and committee J. Ferrell Asbell of the radllo I j[If I) a.n.., followed by covered Tho covered dish luncheonand Individual Corn
Larry Norwood of Mr. Beauty
Reg. $10 Permani ent $ 8.50 I I viewing a"movie "A. Man Called have been real busy The station eight WDVH.flags in starting Gainesville.: with! ,,lish) luncheon. Planning is meeting of the Fellowship and Mrs. Tom ,Norwood SOil i Is iCrery Form of Beauty Culture
Peter. inner Club was enjoyed by
this week getting ready six way for the annual
TuM.-Sat 0-0
with the Department of the Open ;
: Duplicate Bridge winners'' hundred pounds of cole: slaw the first flaa: to' theI'I"ent):/ I J j Family Night Fun Party toe members new members, and :
In Closed
Reg. $15 Permani ent $10.00 Army an advisory capacity Monday
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)' "cip pnrrl" bv, the art en Bar I Iilr friends
I March
last week were: let place. Mrs. for the luncheon. \> held at the Charles Bennett on 16 in the In Vietnam and when on amonth's Keystone Height 47S-tKfi.l:
i W J. Orollck and Mrs. C. W. PERSONALSMrs.! 'I l. TIB\ beautlf'll' flags School on April 8. The Masonic Hall. leave back
brought ,
Haircut, Shampoo & Set $ 3.00 2nd Mrs. Paley I .P( rn"1'1w MI' StPvei4! I-H girls will model BOATS MOTORS
Haidy. place. Bessie Coc'inn! of TI'- skirts New member Introducedwere Homo colored slides of the, -
I' Boyd and Mrs. J. W. strawn. ressi: has been visiting: with Mo>ie. wire of'the Seoul mastt t they have made In their homo) Mrs. Martha Devlne. Mr. work of his stuff In the Asiatic -'

t NELL'S ST YLE SHOPPh. 3rd place Miss Iva Hlllyer and Mr. and Mrs. Rt.; Casonslncor er I economics. clauses. A covered Aria Bullock, and Mr. anti countries. The e were BILL'S MARINESALES

: Illway 21 Melrose 475-5285; Mrs. E. P. Wright. 4th place. last Wednos: "''ay, .'he'.The n r"co'iiln(Jun'nr. : Leaders Dicky Martin were (Jlsh supper will be served at I .Mrs. Thomas' and Lillian Nor- (Continued on next PaeJfJA I A SERVICE

Bud and Incz T'ompmn} and | "The Fun Fleet's In"
inrt. noi'n- f'nck' Jr.. Assisn1 --
:Mrs May Terrell ItU.'ndl.tJ the Chrysler Lone !Star' Boats
Sc-: >i'tinn' trr; MarshallTil"n.
force Show In Ocala l Inst Sun- ('hrYldertotors!
< "P. Patrol Leader: :


I EDW day.hospitil M-w.) Nice with Ten-oil pncun..n: l.i' :In: the W Johnny"' "'.,r Pti'ii Warren. Leader Assistant B'>bby'Tpn'rv : Corner Service All R.I4o Outboard& Parts 21 .A for 2BMrlrnw

1\\ Doug

/L. ARDSJ, hope Anita vNltlng the weekend she and::will!their Dou'i be In w'111,1 paniparentiMr 't""I"1.'-'rion'\ ',, p--n scin I'V -inriffln*niih"'i""!. ,Wr1-1'-0. P'Warien niepslale.for'' >Patrol Scribe Zack Leaders; !and AnA..t -; Ii. K.K E EBtVARBSJR., C'LKANKUS: 173-231: I*



v, wt ,nfl-I Fordyte. As-
and Mrs. Mori in". Keystone
'. i i p.11'11 l Leaders.TO. i
Mr. and: Mrs. J. O Dinn't- ..
Cleaners
r'---'f was r Inc.
r'aunhter.!' ;Mrs. IIB A"cn and ,
.I.l l\, granddaughter M'si" hun .., n-. Ph'l' Parsons p'e.ented\\ O. K HavU.

'tort'rj ,t.sin' turn Every Dry Oonnlrj. fervhce'
Orover of Starke vlst'ed with ,I' .
1 to V/r'"kle on behalf of I .. Laundry Flnlili .m Fluff
the Dnnns last Sunday. Happy I .
the rj-Jt-irv< Cl:Ib. 2 flay Sorvli '
( <
Birth:'av to Mr 1,111'1: ,. :
wnU" .1--
::1 The guest speaker, Mr. Williamson .. : ,,,. ; : Pick tip and D'i, '!,' 'ry
birthday! Is this Monday. I'
<, gave an interesting Kevstnrtn lHiitirONTKKTK! .1 ':I-SOli)
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Happ Birthday tu Johnny ,
discussion
speech which included a -
Everson this past Saturday. I concerning the two :
iJ Mrs. and Mrs. Bunyan Kelly ";
I new Bov Scout Camos I
md Cella Cheswr spent several Hawthorns Concrete
1 The Scout of the Year A- I
hours last Sunday:: SU' .

'. Gun Tcrntory. They reported ward Martin.was presented to Richard P. I r' I& Suo5:.'lv, Inc.

renlly errtovlnpr' seeln the In- REflICON'P.ITE
Scoutmaster Steve Moore. ,
J dians dancing and riding on i !'on\::
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gave his report of the '(year's, ,.
the -Stage Coach. activities. I iaig"y' ., : :
; Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hen- .
t tI ', Assistant Scoutmaster. Bill Ifwy. 20( W: Il-nvthorne
i 1ev house guests Monda.v;\< I
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I were Mrs. Hensley's brothe Warren presented merit badges I 4S1.2fl.12.t !): SO.tlNUKSERY :
Bobby Hendry Marshall
to
and family. Mr. and :Mrs II. E !
Gallop, and Johnny Warren. i ;;
Julie,
Rl'aught: and daughter
The Star Scout Rank was presented -
another daughter Mrs. Dennis to Marshall Gallop. Assistant c9't.fi- .- I O.C. Carne Nursery
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Scoutmasters ''Warren' I It/way/ 100 lorahome _

I Dick Martin and Danny Hinck II I 23 Miles SE of Stark.Nursery .

DEDICATEOUR I I Jr. were each presented with I Stock Thous-

SERVICES I red vetti. which were made by ands of Plants & Fruit

Mrs. Moore. Trees to choose from. Nice
TO YOUR HAW The Tenderfoot: Investiture r rw- &---i --1 Shade Trees, Evergreens

AND YOU Service was held for two boys, is Landscape Plants. All

Gladys Williamson Tony Burt and Billy Smart. L in containers Plant any-

This was a very Impressive 17 time. Camellias & azaleas.
Bobbie Turner service conducted by the
Let o* da ;jour landscaping'
I Scoutmaster.The Phnt 1-2165

Doyle Connor, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, STYLISTSGladys' dinner clos d with the
I "Scoutmaster's Minute." USED! CARS

out bone disease in Florida cattle caused by There are 26 boys In Troop
points
Beauty Salon I 105. The troop hast a very efficient Senator L. K. Edwards shown presiding over the Hanks Used Cars

phosphate dust to Senator L. K. Edwards. I Committee, headed:: by BIG CASH DISCOUNT

Phone 473.1173Keystone Miller Wrinkle chairman! ; Bob Florida Senate during a regular session.Pd. TERMS

Hendry. treasurer: Marshall
BUY SELL TRADE
Heights Gallop Harry Bleasdate.: Ron- -
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) Rt. 1 B aid Andrews. Joseph Benson, ( PoL Adv.)
and Mnrston Jordan Chaplain. 100 8 Miles. 8. Stark






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champion Vonclle Ketch defeated -I' third place. Doc Kilgo and will remain in Keystone for daughter and family the I trie and Mr. Thompson owned mers wear beautiful costume., -a v J. R. Neale Ji mlnf CorrectionA

Vesta Aiken, during the Martha Hayes. the. Easter. holidays. Piltrhaicis I\ and operated a restaurant here. afterwards they attended a f'IOfA' :W, W i W\Uar*. or

KEYSTONE annual Club Championship A social hour and (covered- Mrs. Hill Binnnon, Jr. and Mil Troy Mcdulre. the I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frxvel supper for the Tarpon Club ganist: Mrs. Carl Swisher\ misleading headline'

Tournament Freda Wymanwas dish! supper followed the tournament her two children. Bobby and former Miss Donna Meecham) of Wayne, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Kite's daughter; Alicia, summer organist.! the March 16 issue of the In|

HILITESFrom the medalist for the qualifying Leigh, of Birmingham Ala.: and a friend Debbie, daughterof Mrs. Rasmus Schrowl of East is the Vice-President of the Sunday/ School 9.-> .. m Telegraph indicated that Mny\

round. Handicaps are SERVICE MEN'S CORNER were recent guests cf Mrs. Captain Whlttlrmton' flewin Aurora, N.' Y. recently visited club. Sunday night, Mrs. Kite Morning Worship' ll a m Lee Galney, 20, shot March !

( preceedlnff Page] not used in determining the Not only is Hawaii consid- Brannon's family] the R. L. Thursday! from Ft. Jacksonfor the Jack Haberatroha took Robert back to Jacksonville ) Sunday\ Nursery open both; 15 by Samuel Lee White, was
winner of this tournament ered to be a vacation spot of Bridges of Lake Geneva Last several day's visit with Mrs. Rennia Hilton of Or- to catch a train back? to hours.J '1

elected as the new Dt-nner On Sunday March 19 the the world, but it is also an weekend Mr. Brannon Joinedhis Donna's: grandmother, Mrs. well, N. Y and a friend stop- Sewannee Military Academy .conal dead.Mrs.. Gainey was wounded )

: and Assistant Denner respectively Keystone Qolf and Country ideal location for Four Key- faulty for a short visit, Paley Boyd and her In laws ped for a visit recently with where he is a student. -Epl Anne's Rev. W w severely when shot twice in J
St.
Club conducted a "},!',I'stery stone Service bavs to get together before they all returned to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Me Quite. the F. P. Egan. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Morris WorstaJI. year; R. a. Cope- the head, but is recovering in j
Mrs. Turkett discussed the Tournament" The participants and compare rotes on their home. They returned home Sunday. I. Mrs. Dorothy Gardner, former and children were visiting Mrs. the University of Florida Mem. |
State Senator of Indiana sand, organist.
large !inspection, which will be form their own foursome In what Is happening buck In Last Saturday. Jim Fox. I. Morris' parents, and attend- < Ser cal Center.A .
pr Ser.nod
\
and a sister of Jack Haber- Morning
held at the next pack meeting. this type of tournament and little "ole" Keystone. Recently Everett Fox, Paul Tyre and ing the Lake County Fair over 4th Sunday
stroll, and her friend, Mrs own 2nd turf
S On March 30. they do not know who their Jim Beeler Lamar lUll Eric Herb Williams attend the NEWS NOTESFrom Helen Kundrat of Indianapolis, the weekend. Bunny, the Mor- 0:30: a. DEn 'ry open. Classified Ad In the TELE:, i iGRAPH
Bruce Bannon formerly of partner will be untill tne tour- I Redfearn and::! Mike Zlke: did Oieator Jacksonville! Open at ris' daughter, had her first
and sermon
pent several days recently In Holy Eucharist
Den 3, has advanced to the nament Is completed. All the I get together for a celebrationof the Deerfleld Golf and Country Keystone.Mrs. experience on the rides:! at the let, and 3rd Sundays! 9:30: A bring results
Webelos Den. names are drawn from a hat, this nature. We are certain fair, and enjoyed the horses -
I Club.Mr. ( Preceding/ Page) William Walz's sister, M [nursery penl.] ChurdSohool.
The following cubs were and this Is how the couplesare that the celebration must have and Mrs. Joseph Wil- very much.
Mrs. Jos. Romelln, a winter 9.30: A. M.\ "Hwly Eu
S present for the meeting; Lester matched. The ladies could centered around the news of liams, of Elmhurst Ill. are shown to the club members visitor "Pap Norsworthyt spent last
in Keystone, Is now oharlst.. 8 each Sunday
m.
Ketch, Oerald Keeth Larry pay an additional; dollar, and the arrival of Jim Beeler's son visiting Mrs. Williams' sister after a bountiful luncheon.It in home. Address week at the Cherry Plaza Ho- a.
a nursing : Evening Prayer, 7:30: P M
Turkett, Kevin Bannon Mark have; two pwtners. Robert. Congratulations, Papa and brother-in-law Mr and was reported that Charles Hilltop House, Hook Road, tel In Orlando, attending a eaoh Sunday. CYC. I.?'I f M
Klefer, Steve Ashton and Den The winners were as follows: Beeler!! Mrs. Charles Garber of Nel- King, Spanish War Veteran, Pine Brook, N. J. Medical Convention. .
each Sunday.Daily
Chief Mark Jordan 1st place Al Watson and Martha EASTER CANTATAAT on's Point. Mr. and Mrs. Williams aged 02, underwent surgeryon Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels '

TEEING OFF Hayes; second place;,, S. E. ST. ANNE'S will 1 be here throughthe March 14 in the Gainesville .1 Vn7y Tyyy1T1 yy11 to I attended a birthday d'!nrer in offices of Morningand
A
8:00
Last week. the defending McKay and Louise Gallop; and On Good Friday at 8 p. m.,, Easter holidays Medical! Center. Mrs.I 'Mershon, Ga., honoring Mrs. evening Prayer, :
the members of the Community Last week Mrs. Gay Livingston !! .Amy Ferrell is at home after Revels' slater; Mrs. J. E. M. and 5:00: P. M. \
several weeks' Illness, and Mrs. INDIAN BEACHLake Strickland who
I Church Choir will Join the was visiting her mother was eighty -Lutheran
LOWEST QUICK I choir of St. Anne's Episcopal Mrs. S. R. Turner, of West Elva Scott is also at home, years old. Along with another
Lutheran Church of Keystone -
RATES AUTO S ICE Church to present Dubois' Palm Beach but finds little relief from a ( Sante Fe) sister who is eighty-three
bout of I, Heights: Vicar Richard:
I Easter Cantata, "Seven Last shingles. there were around one hundred -
.
By MUJuieJ II. Chitty Meyer, minister. Ask
Words." Due to the Clay Electric guests attending the af
I Ph. 475-2171: Divine worship, Sunday 11
annual meeting Thursday,
i Soloists will be :Mrs Robert
: LOANS I Hendrv. soprano; Denver Sherry Melrose there will be no game-fun day uuuu..u..u.a..u I fair.Mrs.. Earl Voyles and daughter a. m. Holy Communion 2nd CharleyE.
th.
this month. President Hanson Sunday of each mor>
baritone and Floyd Baker Peggy were In Greensboro.N ,
;
has asked the members to give "Friends, neighbors, and Services held each Sundayat
I baas Organist will be Mrs. Coo from Thursday to Sun- g,
George Canova of the Com- (From Precedl-is! Pane] some thought as to having fishermen" lend me your eyes day visiting Mrs. John Kellk- St. Anne's I))l copa':
these game-fun days at the Church. Kevstone ielghts
'
Take Your Pick munity Church. man and four children. Mrs.
: Drury granddaughter Michelle Masonic Hall, where facilities Well folks the Chlttya hada Fla. Johns
This serviice will be open to Kelkman. Is Mrs. Voyles'daughter
Drury all of West HOllywood. are better for many typesof rather busy week this past .
the public. On their back
One of the many reasons' why you'll like to finance HERE N' THERE They are visiting( other rela- recreation. It will mean, week Wednesday, Mr" Clara Sunday, they attended way a birth- Baptist About this question:
with bank auto loan is this You can tives and friends in Melrose that members will have to Sullivan and her daughter; Woranlp services : Sunday
your car a : Edna Baker, an emplcyee of day dinner lor one of her uncles ;
take your pick, have the freedom of choice to buya the Keystone Heights post of- this visit also. pay a bit more for rental of Mrs. Maw! Stegall and son La- in Statesboro. Oa. Sun 11 a. m, 7:30: p. m. [nurser) "I have heard that, in
Mrs. David O Pritchard and the building: mar of Wllliston, and Alfred :
). event of theft if the
car wherever you can get the best deal.What's fice, is to be congratulated on day was also Mrs. VOIyles'blrthdav open police
The
children of Amerlcus. Ga., arrived next covered dish luncheon Hudson of Gainesville, were
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m are not notified immediately .
a recent award presented to BO they had a doublecelebration.
*. *. *. Tuesday: for several days will be held April 13. guests of the Chlttyi Mr., lnursery open), Training UnIon II
her by the U. S. Post Office PERSONALS it may result in
visit with her Maj Hudson stayed till Friday and
parents
6-30: p m. rnuraery oprnl 1
Department. Mrs. Baker was Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ellis
as of
Mrs. Plessia Johnson form- non-payment the insurance
more, you can borrow at low money-saving and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. enjoyed the fishing weather., Rev. Lawrence Carroll -
presented a cash award of $25 guests last weekend, their
erly of Hillcrest but of I claim. la it
' bank rates and repay with ease, on convenient Mrs. Sam Bockham is visit- now On Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. pastor. true
and an official certificate daughter and son-in-law Mr.
Vermont, made short visit I ;
: a I Norman Hamilton and daugh- I that a late loss claim
monthly installments scaled to your income. which acknowledged the Post ing several days with her sis- to Keystone friends on her, and Mrs. E. D. Hall, and their : can
ters of Gainesville, visited also jeopardize
ter and brother-in-law Mr. us. an insurance
Office Department's appreciation great-grandsoa Crl&topher,,
annual Florida tour.
I I I
*
along with the Hamilton "
and Mrs. C. R. Wesley. Mr. :? were settlement?
for her contributionof Carver of Savannah, GaClara
The House
death of Mrs Eula of Carpets
I Mr and Mrs. A. H. Hudson
and Mrs. Wesley staYed with I I
: Still another in hurry a beneficial suggestion. : Walker, mother of the late and Jesse Harris and
plus you'll get money a who
launched their fish-
last new E.
the Rothhammer children : Quality Carpets at BudgetPrice. Charley Johns
Members of St. WI11Iam'sCatholic B. R. Smith of
I Lindsey Walker, is deeply felt Waycrosi. Ga.,
: enjoy prompt courteous, confidential service weekend while Mr. and Mrs. II Ing boat and motor. Hubert .
Church enjoyed, a by Church were weekend guests of Mr.
many Community
whenever borrow from and Palma Chitty of Starke, Agency
r you us.Let's covered-dish luncheon after Glyiin Rothhammer went toSmyrna folk. She was the first circle and Mrs. Andy Boswell. Expert Installation in Starke
last Sunday. The lun- Oa. for a visit ulth were supper guests of the Chit- Mr. and Mrs. Area at No Extra Charge
mass
I leader of the Church Women, Andy Boswell,
Discuss It Without Obligation I tys 131 S. Walnut St.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Thompson.Mrs Saturday night. On Sun-
cheon was a belated celebration when a few of the retirees Mr and Mrs. W. A Wallace, ,
534 N.
Rothhammer and Mrs. day; we attended:!' a birthday Main Gainesville
of st. Patrick's Day Entertainment moved to Keystone nearly 15 and Col. and Msr T. A. Han- PHONE 964.5070

:- KEYSTONE STATE BANK, I was provided by Thompson are sisters. years ago.Mr I party for grandmother; Mrs. cock spent a. few days this 378-1398 .
leBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D Isenhower's Atha Copeland at tin home
. Father Kirby and Leo and Mrs. D. t.. Thompson of Mr. and Mrs. week in Cedar Key fishing
Roy E. Cren- '
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. Robert Pater is home for the weekend guests were and daughter visited the I shaw Col. and Mrs. George Shea
and family of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pritch- NO RAFFLE NOTICES
Easter holidays. Community Church on Palm I and son George of Washing I
:
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly ard of Macon, Ga Mrs Dunn, Among those attending were;
former I ton D. C. were visiting Mr. '
They were
Miss Amy Hulina of New- Sunday.
Roy. Teenle, Jerry, and Joan I'
: Community. catsle Pa Is visiting the Don has been a guest in their<; home, members, when Eaale was and Mrs. Doyle James overthe PLEASE!
. Crenshaw, Billy Bourg, and
. Morgan family Miss Hulina turned to Macon with her I home economist at Clay Elco- I I Mr and Mrs. Wayne Herseyof weekend. I
Mrs. James'
_._ -_. _..-_ ----- ..- brother-In-law; Mr. and Mrs. we can
: Hampton Mr. and Mrs James Johnny Broshear of Orlando,' not publish such material, The Telegraph

1 Sullivan and son Gary, and were also visiting them. continues to receive requests for advertising -
BEE his future bride Miss Barbara I
: Cobb all from Wllliston Mrs David Reid aud sons /: the sale of chances on various ob* cts

of Jacksonville, spent last Friday by clubs, organizations and individuals.In .
Mrs. C. C. Strandberg also! ,
I U I IBIIBNIift had a house full of guests over with her parents; Mr. and I
the weekend. Visiting her. were Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Karen I the eyes of the Post Office department,

. her sons; Charles, hU wife Reddish of Starke, was _
.. L Louise and daughter Paulette, end guest of the Carpenters.So as such cannot be sent through/ the U.

I Paul his wife Lee and son ends another episode: In I S. mails. Calling: the sale a "donation" does

r: ]E!; I ,I I her Greg grandson all from; Lt.Jacksonville Sam! Butler) ple the of lives Indian of the Beach.friendly I hope peo)I not authorities.change. the meaning in the eyes of Postal -

and his wife of the Naval Air you all have a nice Easter,
: c I tIIRB Station in Jacksonville and and don't forget to attend ser-I We are sorry that we cannot comply with

her daughter and son-in-law; vices at the church of your, requests to print notices of such sale of

1 T I 11 I TI Mr. and Mrs. Sam Butler and on.faith.. And now( here's Lee- tickets and subsequent "drawings." If we

.. let son Charles of Ormond,::! Beach.I do, however, we run the risk of having that

i know Mrs. Strandberg was LEEON'S CORNER issue of The Telegraph barred from the
: !UR. glad to have all her children
I
: ai 1 home at once. "Joan C. and Billy B." mails.
-- - -- --

i had Mr. and Mrs. "Bed" Neal Joan C. and Billy B., We would appreciate it if all clubs, other
visitors
the
I from Springfield over HI.; weekend Mr. and Were very much In love. organizations, and individuals would understand

Mrs. Lester Kirby. The Klr- They promised to be true out position in this matter and would

STATE r ENATCR i bvs are old friends of the By' all the stars above. I cease to submit such items for publication.

I meals and were on their way They loved each other

' I home from Hollywood. With all their heart. I BRADFORD COUNTY

DISTRCT Doug and Sandra Lutgen And they swore that,

. CLAY, FLAGLER, PUTNAM AND MARION COUNTIES I and"Lucky"sons Lutgens were visiting o\er the the, They'd never part. TELEGRAPH

. weekend, and visited Danny They have a good thing going
I Lutgen who has been a patient As can be seen by anyone.

I for the In past the week.Medical Danny Center returned -: Is And really just lots to be of fun.around them

L K. EDWARDS\ JR. ON ROADS ,I

I 1 doing fine home after Monday eye ,surgery.and is' There were many lowly girls. .. .

That danced through Billy,
I Pete and Joyce Barton had I' life.
weekend guests from
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph TIllman Tampa; But he knew only Joan would

. 1. I will continue to support the improvements for our and children: Rhonda Jean. I I And do she must be his wife.
Patti
and Donna Mr. and
: road systems in this district. Mrs. Dalton Shealy and chil- Now JOin could have her pick

dren; Susie and Scooter, and Of all the handsome boys.

2. I favor the designation of U. S. 17 and State Road and Mr. daughter and Mrs.Susan Donald, all Kelly from She buse could them choose them, or a-


19 as U. S. 23, and four-laning same along with a weekend Tampa. They of fishing all enjoyed and visit-a Just like they were toys. ..

a new bridge over the St. Johns at Palatka. Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert She has chosen: Billy, DOES
Ward of Starke, were also To go with her through life.
And she will be so -
visiting them Saturday night. happy
.. 3. I will fight to continue to protect the county's share .a: -' Jack and Lou Miller and Just to be his loving wife. ,THIS

of and track monies. children, were In Cedar Key As you can plainly see.
- tax
race *
gas on Saturday' taking in "Oy They had to stick together DESK

ster Day". Lou said "ThereI Even though they had

4. I will work to secure the four-laning of State Road" I from were Gainesville so many, people and Melrose there, To go through stormy weather.In COST

100, from 1-75 to 1-95 through Clay, Putnam and till Is seemed like Ole Home the hands of the Lord.
Week". They will $250 ?
They had a very good always be carried.

Flagler Counties. time. And with the grace of God \
+ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Akins They will some day be married.

5. I will fight to complete the four-laning of other I of Sennet.at Barnhlll's Ala. spent Camp.the weekend They- They will raise their family NO!

major highways throughout the district. : averaged five bass per day. With Because lots of care and.; love -
they'll have
the
Andy Boswell and "Red"Neal
guidance, .,
caught
four bass early
Of our Father ..bove.Catholic ,
Sunday up
morning From
ell indications -
VOTE it looks like the bass $110
.
are about to go on the beds.Griffin's 1 OUR PRICE IS ONLY

Lodge reports that'
;. I
;
the fishing was pretty good, /
better Sunday than Saturday When you select a desk in the Mamay-Signor.

There were not too many people Budget Series your desk wU havJ
And out, but they an caught Holy Week Sermons:

I Experence Seniority some fish. Mr. and Mrs./ W. E. Holy Thursday 7 p.m.
1. Baked enamel finish
Good
Whitehead and! daughter of Friday 7 p.m.

Jacksonville, caught ninety Holy Saturday' 11:13: 2. Chrome plated square legs

HE ELECT I. specs over' the weekend. Orb p.m., followed by Mass at 3. Full suspension file drawers t I.
Browning Midnight.
and party of Plant
City, were also down fishing Masses: ":80 a.m. 4. The newest functional styling

and beauty you'd expect only in
Mrs. W. E. Kite and son -InterdemonlnarloaalOoammtnity .
Robert, and Mrs. E. H Davis much higher priced desks _
9 : ctureh Dr
and daughter of Gainesville, A. C. Hilt", nc miter; Mrs ,And the satisfaction I of I real savings.If FXCIVWVC OC3VGN9 BT

"L.K. EDWARDS' were in Tallahassee, Saturday.On George Canon, orvanfatschool you're opening a new office or MARNAYSIGNORE
I Saturday, they attendedthe
JR.Pd. ee.ndy 0:30
: a. m
Florida State giving the old one a freth new appearance
University ,
II m
atng
: Worship, 11 m
I Circus, snd Saturday:. night tnureenr" open notb hours come in. sector yourself.'
J they attended the Tarpon
( Pot Adv.) I It Show. The Tarpon Show, is a -PrHbvterfa Bradford County TELEGRAPHrA

water show in which the swim :Faith. Presbyterian Churcfc


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MARCH' 23. 1987 Bft.vnremn. COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKB. FLORIDA ..AGZ mlRnzH_

,
Godwin Named (STAR Student Easter Egg Hunts I of $53' or to 10 days In jail. I Kick-off SupperSet I TilE RIGHT POINT for the
; Ernestine Barnes, disorderly .select l your favorite .E T"R-i A dasftlfied. Ad In the TEI.E-

RECREATION NEWS\ Are ScheduledFor conduct by disturbing the For Madison BROOK fountain pea TELEGRAPH
Hurst STAR brines tesulta
TeJames ocher
at BHScounty peace and disorderly] conductby way you write. Come _
Small Fry striking a police officer, Street ChurchIn UHAPII. j'jI

B. Godwin Jr.. son will now compete for Mothers are busy this! week forfeited bond of $::10.
for the
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Godwinof the honor of District STAR assisting the Easter bunny preparation area-

the State Farm has been Student with an eye on the In coloring eggs and filling Health Nurse be wide conducted evangelistic In the cruaade Starke to RE ELECT
named STAR Student for Statewidehonor.. I
gayly decorated baskets for
area In kick-off
May a
Bradford County the Starke- The Statewide STAR Stu the many Easter egg hunts From Jamaica sup-
will be held at Madison
I
:Bradford County Chamber of dents STAR Teachers along''' J per
| and parties being held by Visits Council I Street Baptist Church Monday
Commerce announced this be announced at the State''
t ( 'church groups ,, night March 27, at 7 o'clock. E.
week. STAR Banquet to be held' t t, I On Wednesday morning Mrs. Miss' Nella 'Mowatt. Senior|I I Rev. Harold] Warner of Tam- Ralph Tvre
A senior at Bradford High Ma.y 13 in Miami. Awards will 1 Charles Hardy !Mrs. Bobby Public Health Nurse with the Is the evangelist for the i

j School, Godwin has: named be presented at that time Taylor and Mrs. Merrill Edwards Ministry of Health] Jamaica pa crusade and will attend the

1 Coach Davld'W. Hurse, an Instructor The District STAR Students I had an Easter egg hunt, who Is in the United Stated,.I and speak to those

i at BHS -'!Is his STAR Teachers, along I and party for the toddlers I on a World Health] Organization supper present. He will be accom- : OUR
i.TAR Teacher the faculty with runners-up. will leave I through the three year olds] Fellowship spent March I I
panied by Jim Lancaster, mls-
I member who In the student's for a week-lonsc expense-paid| of the First Baptist Church 16 at the Bradford County Ic director of the crusade. I
:i opinion, made the greatest tour of Florida immediately I! on the church grounds. On I Health Department. Food for the will STATE REPRESENTATIVEDISTRICT

' contribution to the student's after the banquet. This tour' the same morning the nursery I :Miss Mowatt Is a registered.1 be catered by Mr.supper and Mrs.

scholastic achievement. is sponsored by the Florida) and klndegarten classes of the nurse and certified nurse mid Charles Bra. well, operators of 17

I' Designation; of STAR Students State Chamber of Commerce.I First Presbyterian Church had' wife. Among her many duties,'i the local Kentucky Fried

is based on J.he aggregate They will visit educational.' --. _. I an egg hunt at the home of ,she guides and supervises pub- Chicken restaurant and the
score of the December industrial:! hstorlcal. and I Mrs David Montgomery. On I lic health nurses and midwives, I coat will be Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia,
JUNIOR BOYS LEAGUE; CHAMPION (ELK'S!! LOIXJF] :), I $1 per plate.
i College Board Scholastic Ap- scenic areas of Florida as Wednesday afternoon the plans conferences and com-
Nassau Union
i .titude Test (SAT) and the guests of the State's business hot row ((1-r) D. Hardy, II. Cowen' B. :MrRue. 2nd row: T. I I Nursery and Ktndegarten rasHes -I'I'I ;munity educational projectsand Those attending: will be all] & CountiesQUALIFIED

J i
I 1 total STARS from each leaders. Church held an egg hunt and I cies. Due to her interest, In ,, churches, and all members
STAR is sponsored throughthe -.r party at the church. community organization, she of the crusade committee plus ,

education Committee of Mrs. Henry Godwin was! hostess was assigned by the Florida I all others who are InterestedIn

I :1DRIVEIN the State Chamber. Chair- to the Methodist elementary :State Board of Health] to supporting this evangelistic
man of the Starke-Bradford I one and two classes at visit the Bradford County crusade. Reservations may be i.
I an egg hunt at her home on ]Health Department to learn made by calling the First Bap-
Chamber of
County Commerce -
I E. Call Street and tist Church by Friday March
Education Committee I Thursday afterI I about the organization
21.I. '.
I
after school.
I
is T. L. Casey Jr., Bradford noon work of the Bradford County
I County Superintendent of I On Saturday afternoon there ]Public Health Nursing Advisory -
I OPEN 7:00: I Public Instruction. II I will be three egg hunts. The Council. I I.

SHOW TIME 7:11ADMISSION I Pine Level Baptist Church with Miss Mowatt demands which they may. hate
I : | CountYWide recognition will Meeting nKulnxt wild estate In the of'
be given the STAR Student I sI I nursery! through fourth grade and Mrs. ArlinMcKnlght, nurs- fire of the. county( Judas of
children will have an egg hunt Bradford County, Florida, In
I I director of the Bradford
and STAR Teacher at the ing
-t at the church at 3 o'clock. the nonrthoune at Htarke Florida -
Adults 75c Students 60c( Health Department, ,
4 regular Chamber Board of I C County within nix calendar months "rkt
II The Episcopal church Sunday Claire Knight, president from the date of the firm
Children Under 12: on -
I_ school classes] will have their publication of this notice. loach:, I
)I.
I Apr. 6, at the Oarden of the Nursing Coun- claim or demand must be In
FRI.. SAT., SUN. I Restaurant. Easter party and egg hunt at cil, :Mrs: P. G. Felos, past writing and must state the
the Parish house at 4 o'clock.] ) Carl place or realilrm-e( and pONt
I and Mrs.
MARCH 2.1. 25, 26 I ]president, offlre address of the claimant/
''
The First Christian
Church' J
J Mathews, Council Chairmanof and must ba eworn to by the
WWI Veterans r nursery classes will have an the loan closet. olalmunt' his agent, nr bin att..n..y G
3 BIG HITS \ egg hunt and party at the acMordlnir, or to It law.will become void

Elect i OfficersFor I .,11:1""J1IBl:: ": 4--'A_ church at 3 o'clock.MAYOR'S I .... February. 16, 196T.
first BaptistChoir R. KmmAtt Qahaivan *
DEDICATED
Tong Curtis*" New BarracksA I : nayS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: (CAIirS), Jt. COURTSeven I To Present L.Cn-Bxecutore Powell, Oahuican of the

I I Barracks of World War J row ((1-1'): J. Glary. J Thomas, S. Thomas 2nd row B. Estate of
Natalie Wood Maple P. Onha ,,
an. des
j veterans was organized at a Brown J. McRuc, II. Hutrher (couch. ), O. Wright J. IIh'kN. cases were disposedof Easter Cantata THOMAS A PimnCJil Keep democracy working VOTEYour

Honry Fonda meeting: held in the courthouseIn by uMayor Carl Hurst In 'll'oe combined Church and aol-5 Bturhe: North Florida Temple. Ave
Starke laat week, and the Starke Mayor's Court Tues
j Lauren BacalJo following vfflcera were electedfor i day night. Youth Choirs of the First -3-9 4t 1-311 Vote and Support Will Re

Kiel Ferrer 1067: t Eugene Sylvester McRae, Baptist Church will present Greatly Appreciated.
can.tata.at ,
Commander, Pete D. Johnson N. A I contributing to the delinquencyof "Golgotha] a worship sacred serviceon A Classified. Ad 'In the TELEGRAPH (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
4 the 11 a.m.
: of Starke: Senior Vice a minor sentenced to a brines results.
[s Xl] mifiil I I Commander Gordon E. Baker, tSW as fine of $52.50 or to 10 days Easter Sunday. .

of Lake Geneva; Junior Vice s in Jail. The two choirs have been
si g rii't I t't for several months
rehearsing
Commander Carl W. Richie Bernard Townsley] disorderly I
I Starke; Quartermaster, Owen a conduct in preparation for this pre1l'I
CoStirHfli' R4 use of profane language -
U: SUE. PANAISHoid' EDWARD EVERETT HOhluM J. Anders Lawtey; Chaplain. I voluntary Intoxication, I entation. Miss Dee Walters
; the
at piano
Carlton A. McManus Starke. d 's r9 and failure to pay a previous will accompany .
+ ,1 t tc tt will be .
AND j Joan Chitty "
I and Mrs. :
It was voted to name the I I fine sentenced to a fine of I d
DOll
I IjfI8jJ1i unit The Bradford Barracks I I the soprano soloist Mrs.
County $142.60 or to 27 days in jail I
::7c: with the number to be Neel alto soloist, Don Hardy i

fi! i; Issued from Washington later. c less Thomas driving B. In Hlbbard school reck-zone, i I bass soloist soloist, and Allen Billy McLeod McRae iI iI I : n
tenor
Members also voted to hold forfeited bond of $27.50.j I I ..
/ldlAM the chartter open for 90 daysso t !, will be narrator. .- 4rI
t. that all veterans Joiningthe j I James N. JVoblltt, voluntary I The public is Invited to hear < A f
"l1lpat \ ,. intoxication sentenced to a Easter messagein ? .
barracks
ro during i that per.sod this inspiring
fine of $27.30 to five I ,. r
I i& or daysin rw.
will be included the music.
fila' on
I: jail. I ,
IJ charter as founders. __ .. )....
( I While Bradford County was i Willie Clark, voluntary In- tv: couNTY Jt1DO Will COURT, : f k
*A ryl I selected as the name, this will POUUKIt; 1'1'KH CII.\\U; >IOSS (Sturke liiillilrrn, Sup 1 toxlcatlon. sentenced to a fine IN: AND FOR UKAUFOKUCOUNV7 wa

CNfMAS, <.Ot
area, and any WWI veteran nt"
1 PLUS living anywhere, Is eligible to 1I 1 John Thomson: Jones, disorderly r ,' TO C'1IF.JJITOnl!
I join the local barracks. It BANTAM; no.s1l.St Baldwin conduct by disturbingthe [ All crodltore of the estate deceasedre. ej. FORROUNDTHECLOCK

was also] decided to form a I <:B.\LL MEETI.NO Stays peace and voluntary in Mottle P. Oahnmin.notified "" ,, '.
MfMTtfTN C ; Ladles Auxiliary as soon as All persons interested In as- toxication sentenced to a fine quired to file any 0' .
day possible.The slating in the baseball pro- On Top In w J> .r i

James turner I: : I next meeting of the gran for boys are Invited to PROTECTION ,<< .< .
poly bergen Barracks will be held in. the attend a meeting Thursday Senior LeaqueHurst ,< ,
: courthouse night, March 23 at 7:30:
Starke Friday GET
at CASH
on p.m.
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:March 24, at 1:30: p.m. at the Starke Recreation Cen-
: "mfJt'f I Shell took over 2nd ,
At this meeting the Barracks ter. Registration Is now open
place in Senior Boys nctlon IMMEDIATELY ; .
] 'sorer<< will vote on a permanentt for all boys 10 through 12. I II
by downing H. C. Wall OX"
; darling" meeting place and time. All I Plans are to start the seasonIn Behind the shooting of 69-41.\Greg i, PUT YOUR VALUABLES IN A SAFE DEPOSIT

WWI veterans Invited to early May.
ctNiMAscopi.couw'M otumc this meeting and are are asked The Bantams will start prac- Reddish 29.17 Hurst halftime] jumped lend off and toa I ::1 Nobody's proof against occasional carelessness; and nobody can
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to bring their honorable dls-, tice sessions Monday March then ran away with the game $25 TO $600 stand guard over his valuables every hour of every day. That's why

27. i valuables and important in a Safe
In the 2nd half. you should put .your papers

All boys. 10 through 12, Greg Reddish was the hot Deposit Box where neither thieves nor fire nor thoughtlessness,

should start registering at theStarke shooter as he poured( In. 30, can reach them. Cost? Just pennies a tiay.j
Recreation
Center
for
Florida Theatre points to lead his team to victory DO YOU HAVE.Too .
the 1967 Bantam season. Prac- .
Mercer
Larry was next
tice sessions will be held at with 17 points and Larry many payments to make? On vacation and business trips carry

the Pratt Street ball park on Thomas had 11. Robert Edwards i

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: I Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays was high for the losers -Too many bills to pay? j AMERICAN EXPRESS i 1 ;
from 4 to 5 I
Saturday 100: p.m. with 10 points and Randy ''I'' -.-...._. I
WOMEN'S; SOFTBALL had 6. TRAVELERS CHEQUES I _
Joyner I ._
DO YOU NEED -"'='i.
An organizational meeting _ _
FlU.. SAT. MARCH 21, 25
for' the 1967 Women's SaLball The second game between I Prompt refund if lost or stolen. Spendable everywhere. Cost only adolltr.)
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM: League will be held at Terwlllegar Motors and Ba.ld-I EXTRA CASH NOW?

the Starke Recreation Center win Chevrolet was ,

Thursday, March 30, at 7:30: pressure game, as tension was )I I LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
p.m. All women Interested' In high as always when these FLORIDA

r participating are urged'to* at- two teams meet. Baldwin] add- MONEY (PROBLEMS

tend. ed to their hold! on ht place

a MEN'S SOFTBALL by 41- ,

'1 Softball Entries League for the 1967:will Men's close 27.,Baldwin defeating taking] led a Terwlllegar 20-12 in every halftime quarter -,,, We Are Trained To Help! I ,jjp' .';BJA\N'K\: :: i\Y'.fS,,\ T'J\RltE: ; ,: -


will Tuesday be held March at 28.the A meeting Starke) Hamilton lead. Andy led Mayton the winners and Gary II' Town Finance Co. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

PLUS Recreation Center at 7:30: p,m. 12 points each while ''

Tuesday, March 28. All entry Reese had 10 for the Wlth'l' 226 N. Temple Ph.: '. Member Federal Deposit Insurarice Corp.

COLUMB '- ICTURES fro CARL fOR MAN weed, (J'lo1g fees are-.due at this meeting. Standings: Baldwin. .1.7mt ___u ___
EASTEIt KGO: HUNT
Hurst 5-4, Terwlllegar 4-S,
\ The' Parks & Recreation De- "
Wall 27.Schedule.
iIij __\\tb lJ ..: I[IJ)7JYTI ,1/JlFJrri1iJI ) partment will sponsor its an- : Thursday; March

tJe&ut1\" rm'll' t'I nual Raster; Egg Hunt to be 23 -, Wall vs Terwlllegar, 7 I

held at Wainwright Park p.m. Hurst vs. Baldwin. 8:15.: SAMPLE SPECIAL GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT
S SA1( DlN
fodut//F, : (across from Health Depart! Monday March 27 Wall vs

PAIWISONCOUJH3IACOIOI ment)' Friday March 24, at I Baldwin 7 p.m. Terwlllegar vs ,'r MARCH 28, 1)6CHRADFORD !) ,

10 a.m. Hunt, 8:15.Correction: u
SUN., MON., TUES. MARCH 26, 27, 28 The hunt will be divided! I ', 1 '. A: COUNTY : 'P
Into two clasHes: Pre-school '
.
children, and grades 1 through' '. i'
1' i PRECINCT NO. ______ .
i'+ 1 1 i tI 3. For the first time there will
I I Irya Mrs. Pat (W. T.) Jackson 'i''' 0I' .
be a special hunt fur gratis V
Is the president of the Starke .
4, 5 and 6 at the Pratt St. .t f : '. l
Elementary School PTA The
Playground at 11 a.m. Friday ..
March 16 Issue of the Tele- : -. *
( March 24. graph incorrectly stated that : To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square' .r?,' ; :..

Mrs. Sarah Torode was president ......, ""'"
charge papers with| them. Mrs. Torode Is Immediate at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

Present at the organizational I past president of the organization. *. .M
meeting were W. B. Davis i U

Department Chief of Staff, of LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE
Inverness; 8th District Com- .'
TO Aid PFRHONS INTKRE8TKD 1
mander Wemp, of Jacksonville; FV TUB STATE OF SAIL: State Senator' Member Member
Leslie eth IHrf: :BENT:
Croney District
You are hereby notified thata State House of Representatives State House of Representatives
M' l Il' M Quartermaster,, and Joe Yon, written Instrument purport- 7th Senatorial District
both of Inverness; and M. J. Inn to be tha (hut will andt.tam.nt 16th House District: 17th House District
I of said' l d..nt. hull
WED., TIIURS.( MARCH 29 30 Lane, Jacksonville. been admitted to probate In
Department Commander this court. You are hereby commanded -
Raymond B. Gamble] of Orlando within six, calendar (Vote for one) (Vote for One) (Vote for One)
month trnm the dare of trie
; will be present to drat publication of his noticeto
THE ACAOEAIYAWAADWINNEE "BestPicturr
stall officers on March 24. In-I, appear In this oourt and r
why how the catme action, If any of thin you court can MARTlN.M. LaGODNA (Rep) I_ TOM' ROWAND (Rep) I' \ RALPH I. 'THOMAS (Rep) i I

7 IV: COUN.TY JfDOB'S COf'RT. In admitting should Bald not stand will to unre-probate < I I I I 1 i iTHURSDAY. I
Jones I.V COUNTY.: AND FLORIDA.FOR BRADFORD .Yoked VThoron A. Yawn J. EMORY: (Red) CROSS (Dem) EUGENE F. (Gene) SHAW (Dem) RALf'n C. TYRE (Dam) I i

? (ASTM/ecelW In re: Estate of COUNTY JUDGE!:
:
1IIIIf'1ll1r v MATtIE: p. OA.HAOAX. BRADFORD COUNTY
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THURSDAY; IUUlCII 23. li>67r
Rnl\DI"OIt.n mUNTY TPLF.GRAP'II'; IITARK1C. FLORIDA:
wn.TR.TW.Ii'N': ,
I I 1'.1'\: \li liihu,. "I, cluulliuvt uitltft' UiIII I '
cut sharply to the left to avoid I program Bradford administrators City.Mr I Writing and mn'-t ntiUf I 111l .
I I I Is too high PruPdlpIslippage > \ sengers may have to occupy I fordHomo \ James CuJell of the ,
transom ] the two men, but full i a simply combined the for Hauler I vacation Is 1.hu' <* titrtiMtflem" t* niitl poutHi ,1'- I
.
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1' or cavil ation may forward scats. of Mr. State Farm took some of her ,,' luidi'uus, : uf I ho lnlni.i/ in i,
I lowor thud on the right side of the two avenues of support. Ann Crawluy daughter lu b i irliiliiiiint
bit
: transom height and' nuiMi NWui'ii >
:1 result. This uffortn performance Proper skid and Mrs. Fru.ncl Cruwtey, and Girl Scout Troop) to Gjrl Scout his "
/
"" I and car. There were no Temple aid! if $5.000) more bin uwent nr 11turiiwy. 71Jt
,
; unit angle adjustment. ,.
and proper' coullng of add to murk or physical evidence to were available: which would her roommate of Miami. They Farm In Normandy Village or" It will, b..uono tUfUUl'Clllltf > .1 .s
I Ii. the engine. If the transom load distribution-can of will return to St. Joseph'sAcademy Friday. Among those enjoyingthe to lllVIToliriiury i
.
ii I the performance of your boat indicate the point Impac'Trouper mean a total of $20.000 with ird. DOT
U too low excessive drag will Wade sold in St. Augustine trip were Joyce Cadell of atnrlun I uunnla.lduabtlelruIris .
the 3-tol federal matching
be produced I'educlnApeed/ and in many caves cause a State Farm Linda Sue Alvarez > of the)!
Y II I saving/ of fuel as wall us Im- No chargua, were fllud In funds. 00 more students couldbe Sunday .llllo"' tiC 666I
I and causing# excessive spray.The the rldo.Migrant the acuUlun.t. put to work nearly coublJ.na! Sunday guests of the Karl and Debbie Grlffls. Wiilt,'i *'. H,'h inkl i, 1'
I j vertical angle of themotor's prove the Dobbs were Mr. and Mrs. L. :Mr. and Mrs. Billy Findley dereu.led1,11111t.1.1N .
lower unit to the boat proK1'am.RAIFORD J. Mikell Jr. and Sons Bruce and family visited their son : A 1-IA" I'IMU'K. :
must be adjusted properlylo Worker BHS Work-Study Randy and Mason of Dvland Junior Find ley and family in JIMNiall Mini'noyti-i: Tfliiplu v\- ASiarkK re..
obtain bent performance. IsCommended Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons Jacksonville Sunday. .. K"irlUuKlinl I
.
When Program 'i i
i. The- correct angle cnn bo determined Injured and children of Heilbronn I Wayne Jones of Jacksonville 2. l'IU7: rubll nuh: DII Man At Florida Pest Control
by observing how the Struck By CarA Springs Mrs.' Mary Freeman" visited Mr. and Mrs. Karl' :II-2 I It ;.I-J ',I I fir CHEMICAL CO.iFREE.
bout operates nt full speed. and Mrs. Gerald Criffla and Dobbs Friday.
A planing type hull should I A tate official has noted By Airs. Karl: Dob hi children of Raiford, Mr. and I Ming Helen Albritton of \ CUwifled Ad In the TELE-
ride with the bow slightly out migrant fnrm worker I the effectiveness of Bradton Phone 4B6-2601: Mrs Don Newmans and children Sarasota spent the weekendas JR\PU UrlniK results. '
of the water at full throttle.I wearing dark clothing was I; High School's new Woik-etud,: I of Starke. They all visited -I guests of her cousins, Mr. '
By Lynn Hamilton If the boat moves with the ,I struck by a car at dusk on Program in a letter to Directo i Karl Dobbs at King Memorial and Mrs. Marjell Dobba> and HAMMOND
bow too far out of the water. SR-225 4.3 miles west of Law- Jim Temple.Jim Sumo of those attending Hospital. family after attending FEA
PROPER TRIM AIDS it may cause "porpoising a toy on Saturday, March 11. I I Davis in charge of diversified church at Rnlford First Bap- Mr. and ,)\{Michael Dobbs Convention In Jacksonville.Mrs. I ORGAN STUDIOFactory I Termite.. Inspection
PERFORMANCE': 44, Puerto tist Church from out of town I
BOAT condition of lifting and lowerIng Felix Sibae. programs for the and children. Paula and Mike Edna Cason and Mr. 1 Anthorl.cdHiuniuunU
There la always a great dealiof of the bow In a pounding Rlcnn. living at the Hilllard State Department of Education Sunday were Mr. and Mra. and little niece. Rhoda Ann and Mrs. Wayne Jones and ,I And Estimate
Organ
discussion about the proper manner. If the bow lifts too Labor Camp west of L. D. Dobbs J of Gainesville children of Jacksonville and NO OBLIGATION-
Lawtt'y'l complimented the two were in Lake City Friday. '
outboard motor for specific high it means the lower unitis was taken to the year-old program in a letter to< and Mrs. Ivy Williams of Port Friends of Howard Findley;! 'I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Palma of I! to Sine &: !ServiceLearn the\ Busy way, WHY TAKE CHANCES?
"boats It Is almost Impossible out too far. of Florida Medical Center Temple last month.A St. Joe Bruce Randy and I will regret to learn. that he New Haven, Conn visited Earl l play Ave. 964-5745
10th
to lay down a "rule of thumb"on I If the bow of the boat digs a broken arm, broken hand I study of reports of the -8! Mason Mlkell of Dslaftd and was Injured when thrown froma I Dobbs in King: Memorial Hos- GnlneftvUle 110 N. W.Shopping Center I Phone
but guideIs the lower unit is too far In and a badly bruised J hip. The I Mlsn Helen Albrittun. of Sara-
this subject a students enrolled in the program horse Sunday and is a patient pital Saturday. 1
attached to the I toward the boat transom. The automobile a 1003 Buick sedan no ta.
the plate show a marked Improvement in King Memorial Hospital. -
of thrust! was' driven by Charles Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier -
boat by many manufacturers direction propeller I In attitude and a bette: 'IN COUNl'V! .M'UOIO'H' (01.1(1'
listing the maximum rated I should be parallel to the line Kenneth Norman 16, of Law- attendance record. spent Saturday night and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cordon -I IN:1 AND FOH UKADPOltDCOUNTY. p tt C. Jones Funeral Home
horsepower nf the boat. of boat travel when the lower tey. I Sunday as guests of their of Alachuu. visited their FMMUDA.Jn
"It gives them reason to
a ro: restate of
Performance can always be I I unit Is properly adjusted. ] Norman told FHF Vrooper stay in school:" Temple says children Mr.< and Mrs. Cecil parents Mr. and Mra. O. B. WAL.TKU K. SCHMIDT, STARK: PHONE 961-S20.0
Addison
Jr. and son in Gaines-
.'' Another factor that affects I J. K. Wade, who Investigatedthe I Gordon derangedn'11.1.1
careful attention. Sunday.
Improved by 'I I noting that many of the work \< TO (1./1'01: ('" PHONE 473-3176
Is the load- accident, he did not see ville.Friends Howard Jr. Pam .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
to certain details of installation i performance proper study students are not motivated Karen All I iTi'illtiil-B' of the oxtilt
of ;Earl
Dobbs will ,
until almost on him. Si uf wader V. Schmidt dt> "n.eI,
and adjustment Ing of passengers and gear. Stbae would and Ronnie Register of Lake i
Ing to Kvlnrude The load should be spaced so bae and another laborer Joaquin academically and regret to learn- that he was I City were Tuesday night guestsof are" hereby notlflocl and. required do-. Services
claim or
drop out If not given some in- in. an automobile accident Tues to flip any Rental
For instance, accord-I I that tt Is evenly distributed Veley were walking east centive. A student [ their grandmother in Jial- tiiamjN which' they may hwvinvuliiHt I
can earn .
day and la
a patient in King In th iif-
against HUM' cHtute
forward and aft. For toward Lawtey
som height Is instance I up to $45 per month or up tc Memorial Hospital. Other ford.Mrs. ftc" of tlm <.ounty I Juilifo <"I t HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
obtain maximum forward if loaded fuel tanks are in the traffic and on the pavement. Earl Dobbs spend Monr liradf r $60 if he has to travel to work. there
are Mrs ,
thrust from :the motor. If the I stern of a small boat pas- I (formau reported that her Each student Is also requiredto Harold Lawtey Crews day night and Tuesday as the I'ourthimiM' nt I Ktui-ko. CRUTCHES
r Yarbrough, Albert Klurlilu' .. within Hlx ualoiidurmonth
of her children, the .
j carry a basic academic load. Findley and Mrs Eva Staf- guests *. (runt the dale o-f th"
.
I Howard Registers in Lake first publication of this votive
I Hourly rates are 75c or $1 pel
I
hour with travel. -
EUGENE I' "# i Thirty of the 85 students In I -

the program are at R.IE High
F. (GENE) SHAW School and the remainder at
I Bradford Junior and Senior

9 t4 i High Schools. The students
work 60 hours per month.I I

IS rY custodian A number and are employed maintenance e3'' VOTE TO KEEP

personnel at the school while I
BEST PREPAREDTO r.k 'r others are employed by the I
tl Starke Recreation Department -
the Bradford County I

SERVE YOU IN THE 't'y' : Library. and Development county Civil Authority Defense- OUR COURTHOUSE"In

I program. A student U eligible
for the program if family Income -:
House Of Representatives Is under $3,000 plus $500
I per child.
Budget for the program Is Tile Heat Of Sit/rile"

M Since my election in 1966 I J ] I (35.000 this :year. Temple
states. The Federal Govern
: have been closely observing and \ ment provides 75 per cent of

- the issues of the 1967 session. I sincerely I that amount the county 25 i" ., -
studying per cent while the State of : :
r .
= feel such preparation makes me II I Florida provides three teachers e e .;-l f a
- for the proirram. The Instructors ft
are Mrs. Adele Mitchell t ft
i. Charles Baetzimn and Wendell t
BEST QUALIFIED\ and BEST PREPARED Kelly, bookkeeper; Mrs. ,

- Mitchell works as a riddanceand ,
attendance half a day and
= TO SERVE YOU.
work-study the other half. ,
= --- The program Is one of the r- 9 t

=: I ON MARCH 28TH VOTE TO RE-ELECT first project"was''written: in the state. When by'Temple the-

- with assistance from Supervising -
-
Principal Connie
= EUGENE Democrat-House of Clark in 1963 the onlv other
such program was at Merrltt A ily
:: 'F. (GENE) SHA\1r1 Representatives Island at Cocoa Beach. This

= DISTRICT 16 program Is unique 1n that the
state provides teaching personnel -
= '(Pd. Pol. Adv.) and the federal government -
- the funds to operate theM


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Y r r 0 B'E1IEUE.'i THINK OF THE INCONVENIENCE TO ALL CONCERNED BEFORE VOTING( TO

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--- .. LOCATE YOUR COURTHOUSE ALMOST THREE-QUARTERS OF A MILE

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,Only $1 09 50. FROM THE CENTER OF TOWN.As .


= INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASK
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- there is Although the so-called "Legion Site" was
-- shown in the above diagram,

- courthouse prematurely purchased, your tax 'money will
plenty of room to locate the new
= For this eWORLD'S be wasted. This is good business
- on the present site with the addition of not prop
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= SMALLEST ELECTRIC .: adjoining property. erty, and the county will be able to get its

back from this investment. Just because
E ADDING MACHINE f __ Do not think that just because a previous money :
made
- one mistake was does not mean
- Commission hastily purchased a site far from
:: Adds we should make another by building our
the center of town, this means the courthouse
courthouse in this inconvenient location.At .
:: Subtracts
should go in that location.

:: Multiplies A


-== Credit Balance the very first meeting called by the County Commission to determine the "wishes" of

-- _ti the citizens of the county in regard to a new courthouse site .opinion was 99 per cent in

-= TOTALS TO 999,999.99 ; favor of keeping it as close to the present site as possible. This expression of the will of

r- the people was totally disregarded by the "old Commission". Now is your chance to state

;-; At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The your: wishes again and help keep our courthouse in a central location where, it will be of

= Touch Speed And Keyboard Arrangement Of A of the
greatest benefit and convenience to ALL citizens county.
-- Heavyweight Machine.
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=- ... APPROVED> AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL:

10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S,
=- PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, IJOOKKEEPERS Vote "FOR" Present Site on March 28

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Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! ....

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=- SEKINr IS HEL1EVING: ??Tj ,* (This space sponsored by Citizens Committee For A Central Courthouse Site)'


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MARCH 23 1067 nnADFoim COUNTY TKt.FfmArn.: : HTARKR. n.onmA PAGE; FIFTEEN"
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:Xh. .M lv they reveal
Poles j Thomas I sided in the Florida. Crown I would be much more economy
largq in the foliage. Says I CourtJust
I area since 1045 Including I In. government. He firmly believes r Mayor's
Thal' Our You can prevent this damage *
GLASS Business 'I '
Let's BoGardening with chlordane or DDT. 1. Opponent Would : Bradford and Clay county I that with wise consideration -

Aphid are certain to be a Not Back Kirk Thomas currency i practiceslaw i given for every three cases came before
"If It's Glass W. Hav It" i problem plants are in Orange Park. He has I dollar collected in taxes by the Mayor Carl Hurst in alight
,where SERVICE MEN throughout I nirvea the public as a city state, there would be a tremendous -I session of Starke Mayor's
and sufficient. These
In
CALL young I talks given
,
WRITE or visa I II prosecutor: and city attorney, savings in the elimination Court Tuesday night
\little peats feed on the under- the six-county: House of Representatives I
FOR ANY GLASS NEED side of causing themto AND WOMENPfc I I area this week, and presently holds! the posi- of unnecessary expen- Robert L Lee disorderly
i I tion of Justice of the Peace, ditures, graft, corrupt practices -" conduct by fighting, disorderly -
We curl > drop. Thomas, GOP' nomineefor
Design \ Ralph
Modern Store Fronts Sharpe, Editor Hilmon E I. Waldron. the first etur>.ea Republican and inefficiency In the conduct by cutting sentenced *
Dy llorvey will
Often of District
a ler.< aphids the 17 seat
f. Just !Mail Us A Pattern FoP Florida Agricultural KxtenttUui be death by blind son of H E.!: Waldron of that the Issues are clearcut'says '' official In the history of Clay state government. to 10 days In jail' or a
Table Service Starke and Mrs. Lois Waldron County won In the November Calling on concerned Democrats I fine of $92! 50 on each count.
TopeSHEA'S can't wa.tfor : I ''
between
fly you himself and his
of Route :9, Jacksonville, Is opponent 8 general election over Democratic Thomas asks those who John Byrd Wilson voluntary
Insects :to
fight in
friendly this
campaign.
participating In the largest opposition. support the constructive conservative Intoxication, forfeited bond of
your battles, then try controlling military operation to date in Citing his Lake City opponents Favor Green Belt Ijiw :l7.15O.
out
Spring Is a revealing: timeof aphids with malathlon or I unqualified endorsement policy set by $
GLASS CO. the year. Nature and humans dlazlnon. Vietnam. It was launched on ; of Miami Mayor RobertKing Thomas Is campaigning on the Governor to join forces Donald Simmons, wilful and

shed winter coaU and Ants often' rotect herds of the theory that national VietCong 1 : High, in the gubernatorial I'' a platform of support for the I with him and send him to the wanton reckless driving, forfeited -
,political and militaryheadquarters I law concerning agriculturalland House that the fineprogram bond of $37.5O.
State
N.W. 4th that are expecting.Congratulatlons so
1313 PI. show
many
Gainesville they can enjoy ,
Fla. Phone FU2-435S: aphids so that 4 campaign Thomas saysit J
if might be located taxation, commonly called I supported overwhelmingly
you the sweet I excreta of the Is obvious that he would
in the area along the Cambodian the "Green Belt Law," In. November be
tax may
I income
I are expecting: an aphids. So kIdling ants may border not work with Governor Kirk: i t A CUaslffcxI Ad In the 'TKLJER !: -
| deduction. MeeUnalittle which, he states, Is the farm carried out in the next two
help control\ e aphids.To against whom he worked
so
1 Cut, If you are the average control 'ants In the garden VC resistance, the operation] hard to defeat. "Is there any ers' only hope of being able years. I 1C.\I'll brings result"
will discover has been successful In the : to continue In. the business of
I gardener you try a (Cslordane spray, confiscation of large quantities: reason to believe that a agriculture I I ...... .
that insects are not tax exempt -
WARNING: Do not apply man who embraced! the ultra-
for tha three of food and arms. Pvt. Wal | Thomas says that he has
NEGLECTEDSHRUBS except chlordane to foliage fruit liberal
1' or philosophy a scnnt
(
dron Is a mechanic In. Co. M not met who
yet a portion
I
r I per cent sales tax: on the that .la to be e.tcn, unless the 3rd 4%( months ago would changeIn i
I Squadron of the 11th Armored believes he Is not paying
!
chemicals. will be removed at that of
poison
space time and be- a
I I Cavalry Regiment. His I enough taxes, and adds that f'M.
A layette Is essential prior I
r1 harvest time |by stripping or come a constructive .'
conservative -
wife, Mary lives at Hampton I if the lawmakers began spending
|]1to a blessed event. The layettefor by peeling ?" asked Thomas. I their constituents', moneyas RJ i
I : the garden infants Includes You ants in An
attorney who has
re-
Airman Roy Wilson Tyre If it were their own, there
duster and an array :-
I a sprayer a lawns with an application of
'. CAN BE I Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
chemicals.
of ,
2 tablespoons of 60 per cent
,
W.
to mix Tyre of Keystone Heights, I

ijr'I'IG each Instructions formula is on Important how Be I Pour chlordane the'per nvixtuia gallon of into water the I has been selected, for techni- ELECT t -v
cal training at Sheppard AFB 4.
I'DANGEROUS lure to read the label on each t nest opening and on the area I
4 4I
II ,Ih chemical container before us-I' Texas a* a U.S. Air Force aircraft -
around the rxatj. hTen soak the
.. ,
I I Perhaps. not to thin maintenance specialist LaGODNA
I, area with water to wash the
I I extent but rrjlaennnt" ran Ing.If the amount of the chemi- Insecticide He recently completed iMuir :
be very coatly. Now In. the cal can place on a dime through the;: groundand training at Amarillo AFB, and i
you Into the n.8t. STATE
time for oil emulsion 8pray. his new school is part of the
I i Its enough for a pint of spray. i A neat lawn pest Is the
Protect your shrubberyfrom on': Air Training Command whli'h
don't measure the amount
sod webworm These
\ Intact Be first In greenishnightfeeding conducts hundreds of : 1
.', two nickels. Double dosage caterpillars are specialized SENATOR t ;
your community to rail 96457 I courses to provide the
be harmful to you 181I1'I
t may about 3ot &ji inch long.
11 'y M for your oil emulsion. well as the plants. i technically training peiaonnel 7th DISTRICT I
I I They can eat mOle than their fipr the .
nation' :
"pray. I
aerospace
Several peats may plague
weight in grass each night, I
force .
this time, according Airman Tyre graduated t
at
garden I
your yet look quite harmless when
1'L
from .
FLORIDA.PEST I to J.with E Brogdon the Agricultural entomologist I found Bleeping ..near, the soil School Keystone in 1869: Height and attended High. I : ,

: surface, the
,, CHEMICAL I Extension Service i ii during day St. Johns River Junior Col- REPUBLICANNO
The newly hutched caterpillars
lege in
CONTROL Palatka. :
pl Py;, COMPANY i I For example: certain night*I!' cause very little damageto
feeding beetles eat holes In graM They may be full Refreshing the Nation's EconomyWhat
539 E. Call Street Phone I of Craig B. Hamilton, son of
96.15715I
clusters I,
tightly wrapped grown before you notice grass Ual B. y. NEW TAXES worth the
Hamilton of Starke, is the brewing industry to American
I j! bud leaves of camellias. blades are eaten back unevenly has been billions. Here of
I promoted airman economy? Reckon it in are some our
When
.J ; or foliage stripped off first class in the U. S .Air annual outlays, in round numbers:
In patches. Unless you have Force at Spangdohlem Germany Florida State spending has increased Excise taxes (federal state local). ...$1.4 Billion

been a close observer it will He is a communications Agricultural purchases (grains, efc.).$215 Million
appear that the damage hap equipment repairman twice as fast as Federal spending. Packaging purchaseswood
serving
VOTEDEMOCRATIC pened overnight.To with the Strategic Air Command ( paper metal). ...........$550 Million
control web worms, try America's. Salaries and wagea ....... ....... .$2.5 BillionON
long-range of
LaGodna will
applications of Sevin. nuclear bomber and missile stop waste your THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE-MORE THAN $4 BILLION,
Whitefly causes yellowingof
force
tax
foliage of many ornamen- j money. The Breweries otAmarkf Pump Constant Refreshment

tals. At first you'll think that:I Staff Sgt. Norman Rlgdon Into the American Economic System. .

the plants are putting on a on of !Mr. and Mrs, N. C. Priority for Education. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,.INC. @i .
black-faced act, when you discover FLORIDA
Rlgdon of Jacksonville Is P.O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK
: a black film spreadingover serving In. Vietnam as an air I (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
the surface of the leaves
craft
crew chief with the I

This smut la a symptom of Pacific Air .. ., '. _. ,- .
TUESDAY, MARCH 28 whitefly and not a cause of air Forces arm in Southeast America'soverseas ,,' : ,:. ':.',:' c ,:';" : '-:'" ;'. ,,:.._' .C >oo' : ... '_ : : .: "" :". ', ,

III health. Asia, the Far East, and Pa.

SUPPORT YOUR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Back In the days of lye cific. He was formerly assigned

soap made at home with to the 16th Tactical __
I water from hardwood ashes Fighter Squadron at Bglln I ,-. ""r. ,. ", I UI

GENE SHAW RALPH TYRE I and hog fat-housewives kept, AFB. His! ,wife, Margaret, is I'. ,: } ; ,
their dooryard ornamentals the daughter of Mr '
and MrsC. ,, ,. ..\. '...'.::1.. j
House of Representatives (House of Representatives!17 I' free from smut, and whlteflies of W. Brown of Starke. I P ," ,:. .,' ,; ..,:.':.V,u',.::, 11

District 16 District by frequent applications .--
:
I soapy dish water. If this remedy Pvt. James 13. Parker, son .
I of yesteryear Isn't handy, of Mrs Elace "!. ;
J. Greene of
, J. EMORY (RED) CROSSState then, try an oil spray field Hampton, has completed a 1Z..': ,'

communications
crew- .
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Senate Dist. 7Don't man course at Fort Jackson, ., ,
> t:
I TUB RIGHT POINT for tne S. C. _
'the write. Come In During the course he was I .
way you 1Mi. (
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and select your favorite ES- trained to stringvlre from .
Elect The
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Help OppositionBy TEBBROOK fountain pen. the field to the communication r J _
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TELEGRAPHre.vincetonvn center, and instruction
I was also given In basis electricity -

Failing To Vote ..... switchboard Installation -

and pole climbing.His \ ; r,

wife Shirley Ann, livesIn '
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VOTE TUESDAY -- VOTE DEMOCRATICThis ',- .X1..11 HO4IIMO' HOttCrlD WAIIAMfVUlt Gainesville {If I.r1g -
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COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEPd. ;
BRADFORD
the way yen write. Come In I

( Pol. Adv.) Better Homes Furniture Co. and select your favorite JE8TEItDROOK -:1: '

1200 S. Edgewood Ave. fountain pen. ..
Jacksonville Florid-32X05 t, 4.4i"; '
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I, CORNERS Ralph L. Thomas Gov. Claude Kirk Tom Rowand


BEST SERVE'

I I S "LOUNGEYour ;


YOUR INTERESTS : CLOSEST Spot For

LIQUOR WINES DEER GENERAL ELECTION -- MARCH 28


!: Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVEMember

i Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M
Alachua County .
For many years Member
r SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS

has enjoyed strong and respected' State House of Representatives State House of Representatives
OB QUARTS
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'" 16th House District 17th House District
representation in the legislature. 8 mi. South of Starke en U. 8. =801Serving

ti (Vote for One) -.r (Vote for One)



During his 14 .years in the legislature, "Red" Cross. has" r TOM: ROWAND (Rep) rxT RALPH THOMAS: (Rep) rx1


a made contribution to this reputation. Since Florida 1930 0 I U
a significant EUGENE F. (Gene) SUW (Dem) RALPH C. TYRE (Dem)

.IL > izoridu ':;:r.efing&' ,.., 9na.
"Red" Cross will continue this
experience
With his
long : ..................... ............... ,...."W"'

strength and respect for our six-county district in the l


Senate. Mrs. Carolyn Cordially VOTE THE

Eaves II Welcomes I


DON'T TAKE A CHANCEmm I Representative Ph. 964-5811 You and Your

122 N. Bay St. family to Your

Starke New homeThe KIRK TEAMrnurch

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RETURN State Florida


"RED" I It 10 Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and I

To Acquaint You With Your City.


If you are new in the area,'& phone
TO THE SENATE 21
call will bring you a prompt visit :


from your local IU) lteM. Please give

VOTE MARCH 28 her a tan! 'She 'has maps'" aM many


free and wonderful gifts for you
(Pd. PoL Adv.)

(Pd. PoL Adv.) from local businesses.

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Cl MB I 'H AT THE DIPLOMAT FABULOUS TO HELP YOU WIN !

WATCH OUR ADS FOR MORE BONUS GAMI SLIPS I
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at the end of the period. ,
sweeps drawing game (I. -4MOI" 0 H Joekionvllt.DMiJ.it&fi& '
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PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEIkf,
.. rOOO JAU IIINCNAVIV< UNOiAY 1IUCT Food
5AVI I4< 14 CANS 9 tyjjl QUANTITYRIGHTSRISIRVEQSAYIID4.
CUT GREEN BEANS 6/$1.00/ RIPE OLIVES mi CANS 3/$1.00/ ,
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