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Morgan said he thinks this l.r.",Masw' I .. .
Morgan asked time to work up ; "liij;,.: J't ] ,, : ., problem has been overcome cost figures for the next meet- { 'dJ ;.I"tIt'' "" "e'ca- .'.". N >I' .'. ?\:o) qrw', t. oIort', .. tf..' "' '1'' ,. ." (. About this : ; DURING. OURDISCOUNT
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by an agreement with the five ing. He estimated It would cost Palatka.fr.4")' : t k..,y .. .., ",.".;.... ..t"."''" :!,. .', \
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on the middle school .t or
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In both schools If the Jobs I I. (. .V' h. ;;.; .. ; N\ ; :: b1'/.4: ; !'. ," ":, ', >:> .j, ;' :"!"
here. Plans are now, :he said, were let out on bid and doneto .,, ., Lave. Oak't: ..s.1': ;. .. ',I. ::';' '11" l( ,Ir" ..,..t' } IIMI i'J ) !!! 1.. ing: will cost
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to allow,the contractors to bid ." .( '',. .. ... 1f ;
state standards."ONE" ', ,... "' {f .tt.ti .tlklf. (."" : : ,J'.IY" 'j.tlj bt\ more today <
to it + ( ".." ae1! i. r. I''! :
according the state plan or, ; 1. :' Rsvt,> <+til.f :t"'V" JI'm" i(, 1940
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PLAN PROTECTION 1"" )\.t 1.'JfY-f. iJ-1{ : .ditirP < p ?u''I lint/ ,f'JIff- ..'$ Charley E. I <
'" ... .. .. "' b "'I ; ,'J. f:: 1: : tb 'N j .- .111 supply "

,.. for ... in .".. Starke! '''1.., '... e5\ .',,'. .,..,1., ...".. ... .M, !;f.4lr. .. J.; I.J, ;..1&. ..,. ..'f t."f" / ,."' /at N7F.h'''''' ..iit I;' full Up To 36 Mo. To Pay
everything "
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either We Have One Of The Best

= Life Health/ Home Car operated under the Florida to the city's water and sewer mercial Technicians'In This Section 7'W

f Chamber Adopts designed Development to attract Commission new and Industry lines.Value of the city power Gridders Feted Charley i 1. C. H. NASWORTHY''

: all// through one through precise steps. plant, which' conies under the At Banquet & APPLIANCE

Continue to promote Utility System Revenue Fund }
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BudgetContinued county agricultural products and IB shown for the !first 131 S. :
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; MAN such as strawberry promotionsand time, was placed at 1,903OOO tContlnued From Page One) PHONE $.t<. #
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the calf scramble. after !deducting an allowance JJI",4.::
[ Fiona Page One] Thursday night.
: Of least Interest tobuslnes ,or depreciation.
PLAN The head Tornado also praised -
the Latex Corp. which Is basing returning the forms Is a sales Scott's statement to the his assistant coaches for

operations here temporarily and courtesy clinic for Bales Council( at the beginning of "finest Job any year since I've Coming In Person
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CHECK in installation of the new personnel. I the audit report says, "We reviewed been at Bradford High a
gas line. the system of Internal
Chairman Bud Mizell said
John Torode said that local the clean up campaign, which: control for the year and, although magnificent Job"Hurse
SAVE TIME realtor's don't ,pursue property will continue throughout the some improvement has ended by telling thv CaravanAND

(AND MONEY, TOO) management: now. Dr. T. O. year, will be conducted: with a been accomplished, further Country
flitch said the Chamber mlgbt-
Improvement is necessary In
CALL persuasive approach, with incentives -
harge:: for the service., for businessmen to the system of Internal con- ''Vi des
A of work 112
program response Improve their property.No 'trol. .
BILL POWELLPhone Bras announced by Manager attempt will be made to In other action, the Council:
Novak! which, listed 13 projects embarass any ,property owner -Awarded a contract to N. Custom Made I,
members think the Chamber Into making Improvements, D. Moody "and Sons of Jacksonville Far Florida Living

964-6464 404 W. Madison St. should pursue. The first four Mizell said.City for a new street i Wild Wes ShowTommy
projects! listed are: sweeper, and one to Jacksonville YOU Get Mora
: Starke Florida Continue to support promotional Tractor Co. for a trenchIng -
efforts of the annual AccountsAre
machine. Both were low No Salaried or Commission -
INSURANCE by NATIONWIDE Bradford County Fair.
Continue to Inform businessmen ImprovedContinued bidders. .4 EmployeesDAD Scott's Biff Country Caravan with 10 carloads f. I
: NATIONWIDE Accepted the low .bid of of Radio TV Recording and Movie Stars r '
MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. : of Important, pending: & BRAD LARSEN : J! '
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. national: and local legislation Bradford Engineering Co.of direct from Hollywood California, and Nashville !
From Page One] Starke of $15.50 per cubic yd. LIKE TO WORK .
: NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE CO. Sponsor economic development far concrete for the Joint side Tenn., featuring Sam Baxter The Hollywood ; )
does not mean the city spent Hillbillies Dave DeLock World's'' Fastest \:
1 under the Govern walk construction project of YOU Benefit! \\.r
: home office: Columbus Ohio $19,000 more than it made altogether .
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c)l"S CUP [Community. Utilization -, the Council, School Board Six Gun, Sharp Shooting Rope Spinning. Real ,
r of Potential] Program but rather that certain and County Commission. The Cowboys and Indians Circus Acts and Funny :
departments overspent
AH Sizes .n Display; Clowns. Also TV's Masked Rider with .
their 'budge'tsby/ amounts bid was accepted for an three Original J
which totaled 19000. boards.Went I 8-10-12 Wide his Bull Whip Act. I II

This comes, Scott said, from on record in opposition -i lYt Baths
: not charging expenditures to to any Increase in gas I and Expandablea i
the proper department. Insteadthe prices 'by the Flordta Gas'' Special Extra Added Attraction
city has 'been milking; its Transmissions Co. 'Attorney I -

contingency ifunds. George Pierce told the Boardan New and Used
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r When an expenditure is increase la In the offing

contemplated, Scott told the to flnence unexpected higher 8-Yr. finnclng. available COU&M: MtCOYAND
y Council Tuesday night for the interest rates the gas firm Is

second time, ''the Council 1 having to pay on funds to Use U"r Rental-Pur- _
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should Identify what fund will lay its new line parallel to chas Van '
pay for It and which fund It the old one.Jleceived.. -Payments

r will be .charged to. Transfers < several proposals Under $50 Per Month
n should be made. If necessary,I
of retirement plans from
to cover such expenditures so Clerk Edwards for review and I WILD WEST SHOWThe

that each fund or department discussion at the next meeting.At 1 I 1IflW.1'MoLne
will show exactly what was the auditor's' I

spent from it. tion, Adopted a policy BUSges-1 Real McCoy one of America's most beloved
Unless that Is done, Scott
ceiving monthly balance Home Sites western movie Cowboys and star of more than
stressed, no clear picture can I
be gained of each depart-i ments Fund. Renewal on the city's and Replacement General-,I AVAILABLEFull 200 pictures, Including: Mike Todd's Around the ,.
World In 80 days. See Tim McCoy with Ameri
ment's operations. I
f.Ui.tIe II Fund and Utility Revenue Lake Privileges
Despite thefact that the Fund. Quarterly" reports Homestead Exempt- ca's biggest Country Caravan and Wild West w

a General Fund ended the year will be submitted on other Stage Show. a '+ d'
Financing
daa 4 with an $82,000 balance sev- funds

eral budgets which come under .T Was told by Street Supt.S. Appearing In Person At
It were overspent R. ,Hicks, on a question by Lake Geneva I .
: when you save by mail ,,4., The Administration. Office, Councilman Jimmy 'McRae,
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r So convenient to ave any hour of the---nigKt" I office and ] spent General$82,266 Fund last[clerk's fiscal that chasing the 40 city''Water has been meters pur-per Trailer Sales NATIONAL GUARD ARMORYIN

.. or day! Simply pop your envelope, with check ''I year, $1.819 more .-than was month but that Installation is
enclosed! into the nearest mailbox. No dodging i budgeted for It. The Police Department slow.A O* Bonto 1M. ODe Mil SB
: ,traffic no parking problems no crowds budget was over- Keystone; Heights STARKE
,; to fight Just Save By Mail with us! Higher-than- spent by $.,691 more than the ClMwIflea Aa tm ttt. TEXXOBAPH Open Sun. & Evenn!
:"' average earnings paid twice a year. $66,908 'budgeted. The Rec- bring rerf.s. [

:. _- P.s. Remember to include your name and address. reation Department spent I I'I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH
$25,538, $1,360 more than was
e DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
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budgeted. ,
Showtime 7:30
'I p.m.
The Street Department, on,
r the other hand ended the STARKE PHONE 964-6200
I year, with a $5,199 balance in 1 1I Sponsored By Starke National Guard Unit

and LOililASSOCIATION I ttf .. l7.740 'budget. The Fire KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
Savings ( Department had a $688 balance -'' CHILDREN UNDER 13 $1.00 STUDENTS AND ADULTS$1.50
Rental Services
In Its 433.990
) j Will Be Sold
audit' Tickets At The DoorsDON'T
For the first time an
OF STARKE of the city's toal investment HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
in general! fixed MISS IT
assets wai i, .
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 CRUTCHES
.. I made; they total $402.723'1, ,>
They cover the two police cars I ,

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THURSDAY, FEB..8, 1988. __ ._.. .. .. 'UADFOBPHPOPNTTTKlJECttAPn.: BTARKK. .FLORIDX _
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Senior Boys CARD OF THANKS I cent sorrow. For the

Capers Tape Orange Park 68-54 My heartfelt thanks to all I ful sen/Ice, ,, floral ,& !
;, RECREATION NEWSGayle.'s Resume ActionAfter who extended comforting. and other Jc1ndne & bea.I

{ : sympathy" and help in my: re- deeply fitatcfti. 8tlla]
a I tx 4tpon< nt 4nt'of last .
I ,( 101 /. ,'. ,
Lose Sixth 62-49' GreeneCove week's game,' the Senior Boys
To -
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Wins
2 Junior
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Boys
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d a s ;1'' .. tonight at 'the BHS. Gym. Open Friday Saturday
To
Afadt-paced schedule Including game series against the Raiders kin*da Bald decided the game Lauderdale 3 2 8 Stay Unbeaten Open PlayThe A7 pm. undefeated Baldwin :
threw games In four days tallied 17 pojnfcj 8 'In Girl's Play Chevrolet will meat once Until 10 P.M..
I Jh the\ Tile win; was Green Cove's Broka 4. 0 Junior" nays Baskotbn beaten '
finally caugh.1: up with Bradford : victory. ISU1 ajwjnat) only 3 losses! AIIlwey 2 2 8Prevalt League schedule Saturday Tcrwlllegrar Motors and,
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up
'..fyusy cagers. As has usually been"th cage Toruwtoe. Now IS-fl 1 3 n I Gayle'. Beauty Salon won ', Feb. 3. and the team, at 8:30: Hurst: Shell will meet "It's Finger Lickin': 1
Southern DIscount.
'After 'trimming: FernaadlnaBea this season the Tornadoes coq The ewliap left BHS with a Warner 1 1 3 games three and four in this who 'met in Saturday's game I .
up
page) on Friday night, and bounding the shorter Oran{& pongraycynark{ ..- going Into, ...... 11 10 15 13-49 23 to 17 victory over Wll- were scored with the Royals 15 Baldwin vs Hurst Shell
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downing Orange Park S8-54 ark" five 4O-22, 'fc the. ..jfl!. \:ldn Star Conference Gft'eu Cove 13 10 IS 23.-83 Hams JeAnelry and, a 23 to IT tnkftig".t.j 63-46,. win over Ole: 7pm? Southern> Discount va I ENJOY
Saturday night, the Tornadoes Green iCew<<: .,Stops' all$ tow a3pgcr tonight t in Orange IIIIS, F41 n, 'T Win: over Conner Ins. te141cs'" -. TeriilUeg 8:30.: i ,

ran out of steam in the final On MollodAy..l l/Jllt/ BHS battled P'\'ih!< t. :,' McLeod 15 .4. 14 Holiday Ian kept their hold ihe'first-,half was played on iI I a r I.
quarter of Monday encounter tbe >homesteading CJajJ ,;.QPenmg; round action of the Jackson 3 1 13 on second place with victoriesover close terms with the Celtics COL. SANDERS u

with. Green Cove Springs, County Bio*,Devils point-foie, ;. pl :vRKrt.'Il11a.\ .*Bradford High Brown G 2 12 Conner Ina. and Williams leading 14-13 at the close ot Why I RECIPE
dropping the nonconferenceUt point for three\,, quarters, an<( fagig. h. Live\? Oak.Bulldog*. Chaadlol" 2 2 6 Jewelry. Holiday Inns only the first quarter and the Roy-
62-49. then fell vk-Wm to .a rasp pj& Bit --.n ,zo w 1968ori&n'ke' Williams 1 0 2 ]lops WJU'to Gayle's' 17 to 15, als leading '29-24\ at haLftime. '
JucJtaon., McLeod Shine floor mistake* -.S\yJazVvtbe I>k" 15 1 IS 18=ft oKnlght. 1 0 2 And they are anxiously await- Th second half belonged to The KentuckyFried 4
In' the Orange Park victory Green Coy ,(juinlH/ aa 48, ...poiptadvaatagrs BUS ra rr T Tootafs 17 13 491 Ing'the Thursday: ,feb 8 game the Royals add the game, Kent' I' r
center Bruce Jackson and for : Ube\ final. B.{ Wand ,-, Jackspa\( 8 4 20 Green Cove FG: n T as they WIU get 'another shot Graudon set': a mark that will Christian
ward Paul McLeod each netted a 62-1\1>\j win. ,001.. McLepct, 8 4 20 Bowie 8.3' 19 at the league leaders. be hard to top 8S ha poured t
20 points to lead the Toroadoe4peat Followng.a# ; pattern similar Chandler!: ." ] 1 3 17 Tinny 8 1 13 The'lurprlalng- team of 'the I Iweek' in 27 big points. Johnnie Powell -
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the Raiders for the .aecond l to that. 'jCf" the i efnf in5\ 3 1 1 0 12 was Conner his as they had 15 and Buzzy Costello Science -
Hunter
lime thra season.It Beacr ceutpsl-the Torj{ oitlteraMy Williams 0 3 3 :0 t 0 10 were: able to make a strong had 13. Doug Brown led the Chicken SHRIMP: t

was a case: of the Tornadoes ;.f l afatt.ln;: tUa./&tSpudik Brown 0 1 1 Hall 2 2 8 showing ,,against Gay-leu.- Conner Celtics with ,16
making. the best uu :ul. fJna'-'t lsu trtC Totals. 26 IS 68//Jones 1 0 2 never, trailed Gayle's, by Schedule: Saturday, frcb. 10 Monitor AND FISH "
of their ''height:, as 6-8 Jackson d fty.. ] .oicy]| battlesl0pQJntpBWut.r Orauga Park FO FT Totals! 28.' 6 62 more than four points and ..- Lakers vs Celtics; Tuesday, .

dominated the iboards an<| : apd'.Tvlat: : IIsitlovf". 12 0 24 came within one point several\ Feb. 13 Lakers vs Royals] ; recommends
scored consistency on, tip-ins thew Tlnney's repeated, steals! :'1 1I 1I times. Oayle'a led 15-11 at : Wednesday, Fed 14 Royals PRONE AHEAD 964-5126
and l short drives from his the \ I halftime and were unable to YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY
post BuR .p.ltv.\1a noveol, rafyid#) .. Celtics.
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position. The big.senior, clipsAd out oC rawitlabr.ak.tJla. tg>lot score: ifi the third period and you read EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
his previous seas high of 18 game wide open. \, 'c / led J3-14 as the quarter ended. -
points (scored Friday against Green Cove held a slim :&"12- :Tprnc/oes Down /.In,..the rtmirt) period Sharon I "'BTU''l OP IIKAI..Imrririoiv \U 0 ii" 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
CI.OHIWJAMANUUMNU A.o localnewspaper
Fernandina) with his 20 point 11 (lead wt. 4le first qiWr\er\ ? 'j>.* < H-jwell found the basket range FOIL AM l""V' !'I your I It. HRASWELL
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effort. .nark, !rtd.tlferj,\; BHS ma&f: and scored three baskets to lUliniY" UIIAIIHI1 .) Owner-Manager
f Second Period Rally the Blnp 9 f4!'| 10-10 lift" : Fernandina 53-47 pull the, game out for Oayle's.I LYING IS SKCIIOV:HttUll:IN, 7'OWMNIP >*:* .
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BHS had only a 17-15 lead second. pertocl' ((" !ld k; 15-16,, In the. I Diane Cox led \the scoring with EAST
after the first quarter, but a ,ilicl stanza.\ 13 'points I lo Whom H May Cornel, : "
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10polnt) second t period rally Brown Praised. Standings: Qayle's. Beauty: You will take notice that In Your local newspaper keeps you Informed HEED READY CASH?
If,the Bradford<: ;High Tor- with the remaining regula.raIn In accordance Itb the ,provlsIons : of what's happening In your
By Jackson lpoj.the Tornadoes About the 1 only aspect of Salon/] 4.0, Holiday Inn 3-1, Williams of SeiHon 336.011 thruuxh events .
area ,
nados 53-47 win Fernan- alao had -community public
to a 37-26 halftime margin. the game that drew praise over the fourth quarter" Jewelry 1-3 Conner Ins. 938.11.'Florida Statutes, a puo- meetings, stories about people in ,r
dine Beach last Friday pro- an excellent nlgjit, netting 13 lie, Itaailnawill be held by the
t Third quarter action saw the from Coach Warney AdJUnson
These can't-end
two teams evenly matched was the fine play of guard ves anything Its .probably' points and grabbing r .15 ,rebounds 04.Schedule: Thursday, Feb. 8- Board Bradford of County County CoaimittHlonerof Floi'Ida. In your shouldn't vicinity.-do without.you : Come See Us :

((12.12), oa Orange Park' R. Adrian Brown Brawn collected that.the BHS second string is : Holiday Inn vs Gayle's 3:45, the court room of the Bradford HOW THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTSYOUR QP i )
D. Barlow kept the Raiders 12 points and five reboundsn no match for the Pirates : Paul McLeod lead.1naBItS Conner Ins. v* Williams Jewel County Florida. on Courthouse\\'edn.slay In Still March'ke. LOCAL PAPER 31Z lpT make loali fori

hi the game wltht his 25-30 one of. his brat games,,of, Sound strange?"It happened scorer on the seaspn had. a r' 6.00: ; Monday,. 'Feb.' 12 .:- 6th, 108ft, nt .10:00: o'clock A. M. The Monitor specializes In analyzing 73 I b We I
toot set shots. 'Barlow captured .he season. something like this: fine night on the boards, with Holiday Inn vs Conner .Iris on the petition of Jarm-n Hartley and Interpreting national anJ world any worthwhile purpose -

game scoring:honor with Paul McLeod led airs'scorers Coach Warney Adktnaon'svarsity 18, "" rebounds .:i1lt J could. 3:411. Gaylei's v* Williams Jewelry which and petition Faye. Hartley.was spread'; his wife upon from news .one. with of the exclusive'dispatches bureaus ry s i 1 g ,
largest news
24. with 14 points and Bruce five was loafing along manage only nine points. 5'00: ; Thursday, Feb. 15-- the mtt uto. of a meeting of said In the nations capital and P

In the final period, 'a Bradford Jackson netted 13. with a comfortable 23-poInt Guard Larry Mercer hit onseveral Gayle'a vs Conner Ins. a:45, Board on'of County February Commissionersheld 7, 196H r''- from Monitor news experts In 40 $25 to $600
full court press slowed Uon Bowles the Green Cove lead I47-24J about midwayIn : Uul30 too Holiday Inn va Williams Jew- questing that .Bald Board close oversets countries and all 50 slates I

Barlow enough to allow the 'super star" was leading: scorer the final period Adkln l set shots and ended: the' even., airy 8:00.Carp's, and abandon hereinafter an unuMuti described noun,y TRY THE MONITOR-ITS A PAPER r DO YOU HA VE" .,
road
local.to extend their lead by ( In the contest with 19 sons apparently felt that the lag with seven points. graded, and renounce A01 r.> *1 THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENiOYe.a Ls'kz t -1'00
three more points.as theyout, point starters were loafing a bit Larry Robinson led the Pirates UnbeatenIn any right of Bradford County --- -- many payments'-
Florida, and the. In elm 10 The Christian Science Monitor to make?
puu.io
too much, and replaced, them with,.131-eight ,of thoseIn
scored the Raiders outre- awl
19-.1:6.: The Tornadoes were the liiinl lying within said 1< un. One Norway Street
44-30 the Blue with ,the.second. unit.. the ]sat few minutes ,of Bantam LeagueCarp's used county graded road, said '
Harold Chandler, who had bounded by Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 t\\ -Too many bilfs to
During the closing minutes. unused county, viaud rued< using
his',best game of the. threo- Devils a facto which. Ad- play.The boosted ( Department.' Store described on follows Please dart my Monitor subscription for pay?
+ their fast-breaking Fernandinafive win the Tornadoes .
t An unused county graded road the period chocked below. I enclose
___ riddled:! the--.- BHFI subs---- record to 13-iS, \VhUe,the .von. its second' game In as lying In. the Blast half (HM! ) of S (U.3.fund). -00 many taxe''I ;
1).a, I metttng 23 points:to- the local's Pirate's season mark slippedto nany starts ,and at the same Southwest tiuaitor (SW\\4) of D 1 YEAR$24 D B months S12
Williams Has' .Ime handed Koc '. drugstore Northwest quarter (NWM), of D 3 monlHi $6 \\,; coming: due
1 6 2-14.
we'rr ,
.. Mention 3D, Tow null Ip 7 South
first .
ts loafs,
: ... It was a good thing that BRS6' 1818133.. Range 28 Rant: ,. lime South of
In the 10:oO'gelmdi"plslyed'inthe : ] : : Name
The Perfect Gilt the clock in- FBHS 3 8 7 29 tlainpton-ThermKa HighwAY.
ran out on the -47 Armory 'Saturday, Feb 3, All Interested parties may ap- Let Us Help With Your'Money
-- spired Pirates. BHS FQ' FT TJac.ltson pear and be heard at the lima Street ;
Andrews Drugs, who had lost and place' above clflad. Problems
With exception of the 7 4 18 sp
sec
I two point decision the week Dated ,thin February 7, A. D. City
ond and third quarters, the Chandler 6 113 oefore, edged Com Jewelry by
game was an error-ridden af McLeod 339 1D68Board Of (County CommlBHlon- State ZIP code_ TOWN
fifpivYaleIilHkWE two, 18-14. Andrews Drugs ere Of Hradford County.. Florida. PO.\7 FINANCE CO. .
; t1l11with both aides having Mercer 317Williams railed Gem 7-4 aC hair time By: Charms A, Darby, ------------
their bad moments. 023 but shut out the Jewelry team Clerk of said Board -- 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449
In the first neither Dell 022 (SEAL .
period, In the third period and took a lIT 1t
team could manage much of Moore 102 10-7 lead.Jimmy .
an offense the score read- Total: 20 13 63 Ricks was high scorer
GUARANTEE AND SERVICE -
Ing BHS-6 and FBHS-3 after FBHS FO FT T.. with 14 points for Gem Jew- .
WHAT WE SELL eight minutes of play. Robinson 6 0 12 elry while Eddie Hazen led

Finally Bruce Jackson and Stover 5 111 Andrew's with six points.In .
FOR HIM AND HER Harold Chandler':! began to Corbett 328 the 11:00: game Carp's Stop in and
III find the range In the second: Johnson 157 defeated Koch's 33-26 In the I

I stanza and,.between them accounted Sapp 135\ highest, BForln.fr game of the i, .. .. .
I The Latest Styles for 16 of the Torna- Plkula 204 year Three'player lame close : JUHlfc' i
y I doe's 18 points. The scoring Total: 18 11 47 to hll'llng for 20 points". Ma-

In spurt gave Bradford a 24.11 lachi Heruiy with 18 and Brian .h'

half-time lead. JV Cagers Johns with 15 led Carp's while ::5 Complain
led Koch's with 16.
The duo continued their Gray Flynn
BulovaAnd fine show in the third periodas Win 2 Games Standings: Carps 2-0, Andrews .

BHS moved to a 40-18 lead Drugs 11. Koch's Drugs
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Other over the hapless Pirateswhowere Bradford High's JV cagers. 1.1. Gem Jewelry 0-2. I
hitting on only about 10 won two games over Orange Schedule: Saturday, Feb. 10 i

FineWatches per cent of their shots from Park and Green Cove Springs, 10:00: Andrew's Drugs vs I There's
4 the field. while losing to FernandinaBeach Carp's ''Store; !11:00: J och's no waiting.

Jackson fouled out late in over the past week. Drugs va Gem Jewelry. I
The Tuesday, Feb, 13 3:30:
the third quarter, but had Baby Tornadoes had
AtPrices scored 18 points and hauled solid victories In taking Or- p.m., Gem Jewelry vs Andrews

In the same number of rebounds ange Park 32-17 and Green Drugs. j
That \ I Wednesday, Feb. 14 3:30: ..
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to lead the game In' Cove 5341. They were edgedby
Will Please You I p.m., Koch's Drugs va Carp'sSlore. t"J l .. h
both categories. Fernandina 4534. .
According to Coach Adkln- The week's play] all on the 3 1'jI; ......,_._ .-e'b--7" -. :,f \((7

We Feature Accutron son, the 6-3 senior center road leaves the Tornadoes 1Lc.NLIMrN1jSsrir'i
played "a superb //fame." The with a 9-7 record one more Guard Leads \... JMPLAINTS 'J

The Most Accurate Timepiece 18-polnt effort was Jackson's game up than the previous Men's Loop ,. ,-' ..
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best this week. : ;
in The World! Chandler season., who left the game I. Billy Myrick and Freddie Starke Chrysler Plymouthand S i : jill

Graudon had eight point the National Guard coiv I .
each in the Orange Park win tinue to have their way In the lip

I and Tom Marks had 11 re- Men's City Basketball League
may bounds. The Raiders managed as each trounced their oppon-

to only four field goals. ents in Monday,nights games. I
save. you up Freddie Oraudon bucketed Starke Chrysler Increased

18 points and Marks 16 In the their record to 3-1, by down- jJ

.$ Green Cove win. Marks. also Ing Jackson Builders 47-11. In :

$195 had 14 rebounds.:! the first halt Jackson, put upa L c
( ) Tim Murphy with nine good defense by holding the
points and Mark Graudon /high scoring Chrysler learn to ;
with eight were Starke's high 15 points,' bu: tacked'the scoring -

Accutron's tuning fork replaces the outdated balance financing; men In Fernandina. The Pirates punch as they could man-

/wheel that's: found in all watches. Stop by had 39 free throw attempts age only four points. ''Starke

so we can tell you more. Starting with the right and i insuring: and made 25. BHS had Chrysler ran away with the :

time of ,dayaACCUTRON your next carAsk IS 10.( field goals to' Fernandina's, game poured In in the 32 second points half while as Jackson they- .. ,
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BY ItULOVA FROM $125.00You'll : "All the boys are ,doing a Builders had only seven.' ::: :tt .
the State McLeod
ma about real good Job." Coach. Mike Wayne was high scorer .1'

; Find Our Stock The Largest tot Farm sew; Car or,used Finance ear .Plan, Sexton eay'of his JV cagers. Jackson,with led 21 points the losers while with Marc five 1 rrwr .9

"The team Is balancing out
This Year' Valentine Gifts \ 1
For -..--.4.mesa a .LeasMae., now." points.
In. tho second game, the i

A Complete Line Of Rings; carrying Mark the Oraudon load, Sexton has said been, trouble National defeating Guard had Boatdraln little "WE TURN COMPLAINTS INTO COMPLIMENTS" Naturally, ;

but now Marks and, Freddie 57-27. Ronnie Thomas and we haven't reached our goal of perfect service yet! We still have .

Keepsake Wedding .d at Oraudon. are hitting 'well. John William paved the Guard some complaints. Hut they're fewer. And fewer.O' !'

Ring SetaPrincess with 21 and 18 points. Pat Our Owner ,Relations Manager, !Mac Baldwin,

Dinner, Hurse ApologizesTo Welch scored 10 for Boatdraln. and our entire organization is striving to give you the very best ;

Cocktail 2 Lettermen; Standings: National Guard possible service on the finest Chevrolets & Oldsmobiles ever .

\ .t. r 40. Starke Chrysler! 3-1. Jackson produced. Service that starts with your order and never stops.
Birthstone r Missed At BanquetTwo Builders 1-3. Boatdraln, 0-4.
At BALDWIN CHEVROLET OLDSMOiIILE believe
we
Mother's Schedule: Monday, Feb. 12 "
Rings Bradford High football Jackson Builders vs Boatdraln you're entitled to every consideration, including: f
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Class Itings: -,. lIERRITT'VILLJAlIS lettermen, Tim Murphy and 7 p.m.; National Guard vs fair prices, expert service and courteous treatment. Stop in anytime.We .

ALL THE LATEST STYLES 117 N. Walnut St. Bltly Brcoc"on, were overlooked Starko Chrysler] 8:30.: like compliments hetter than complaints!.,
Phone 964-5391 and not recognized at, the annual but we always listen.: And keep trying
Pierced Earrlnga 1 -Bracelets.:Necklaces / football. 'banquet. Coach t. .
David!. Hur.. said this .week.
nan ,... to letter in football In the 11 ...
MEN'S JEWELRY The coach said he wanted to Hurse hat 'beta at. Bradford -
CUFF LINKS-TIE TACKS-RINGS /A STATE FARM Issue 4 public apology to ,both Years High. He was called up
players; he said Che, slip was
iNleisrl MUTUALIMTOMMUCINailANCICOMNNr completely unintentional. from the junior varsity squad I Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
In mid-season: to fill a spot vacated -
"Both boys. were valuable! assets -
and
Jewelry by Injuries "did anufdtandlng
Williams "
Home Hurse
OffkaOloomington' to our squad, '
.aalla. said. said.. job, the coach. U. S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964-7500 STARKE, FEA.

Murpnv 11 tile first freshman -
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Ing of the PTA will be '' Miss Ester Barber' of Lawtey,


I ; : : County Zoning By Year'sEnd Roberts Says ,, Wednesday 7:30 parents: In and the night.Interested cafetorlum.Feb. 14. 'I'I service a Rev.student Samps at at 6:>n with.RJE.message Evening by I


cators are invited; to .

CHURCH NEWS I ACTIVE AT SF.IC

Land:! use maps for thec.lllnty's ness makes for thoroughness."I the zoning classification for except for one Itl'm-work on of the five feet eight Inches] Mt. Moriah an"t t

: ) four zoning areashave think the committee will each area be presented to a door The Commission authorised NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED that is standard for Filipinos. Church, Rev H. P. I I Torn Hiirdin. son of Mr.
been completed and his: have enough evidence 'When the Board for study and tenta- i full payment to Trlest I That solved one problem, pastor Church School ', Mrs. 1... V. Karelin, of Starke. r

Committee Is beginning work I through to tell why our lands tive approval as It la finished. Construction: except lor $750 CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY but more were to come. A few m. Morning Worship. 11 a 'j has I been nn active member of

on actual classification! ofanVs I will be zonpj:! in a particular That way Roberts salJ. the belnv: )tit-ltl out until the door days later he was aroused' Afternoon service. 4 p. theS.intu) Fo Junior College( < i iI

Zoning; Committee classification," Roberts said. committee won't waste time IN fixed. from his oversize: bed, by an I with Holy Communion. | student body thin, year. He la
Chairman George Robeits told Adoption of a zoning ordinance setting up classifications! the .- -Decided to heat the proponed :';'-0,' '" ''''':' the RJE gym at 7:30. All fans I earthquake which threatenedto Church of God in piesl.lcjit. of Circle "K" ner-v-,
Wedr from Commission can't new courlliouhe with attend and Rev. D. A. Williams li-c dill Hevretary "f the ntu-
(he County Commission another county a approve. are invited to shake the house down, and I
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his Roberts fuel oil alter a report' from team, of Notice! Prof. Harold (tent Kovornment and charter:
n<;sday. quickie Job, would not standup To knowledge I cheer: for the your soon thereafter came his first
A proposed zoning codeshou'd :, in court which will be the reiterated no county in the a consultlnM engineering' fii'Instated choice. This will be the big experience with a Pacific typhoon .and the Boggs Specials president, ; of t'ne Santa Vo Forol'gan.lzataon. -
.
be completed he put I real test of the proposed new state southeast. or any wherein that would be most gest game of the season for' which flooded the area. appear Saturday Feb 10. um He Is Interested -
In law and lacurrently
before the Commission by the I zoning code he said. the country, has slanted a economical. both teams. In spite of these experiences, p. m. Admission free. a degree for

end of this year Roberts said I The committee Is working zoning ordinance toward agri- -Discussed funds to finance The Reno Recreation basketball Bob Is enjoying the work as! public Is invited. I studying degree In busl-anundergraduate

admitting: his committee is I on the Hampton area now cultural interests. Most are paving the Santa Fe Lake tournament will beheld a modern math specialist and Antlach Baptist ness udmlnlHtrutlon..
jn or king slowly Rcberts said. The Commission slanted toward urban areas. Road. The County has $131- : March 1-2 In the RJE Is very popular with students Rev. L. W. Thomas |

But Roberts said that slow- agreed! to his suggestion that Areas around the four mun- 000 in secondary road funds .\ ,. gym. City League 'basketball and school officials. Sunday School 10 a. m. i KNKU.\I; ; : EDUCATION
icipalities in the county will accrued with the State Road Is being held every Saturday SCHOOL NEWS Supt. Willie Brown in I CLASSES

be "zoned more rigidly than Department and that amount I'j. morning at 9 o'clock. Founders:! Day will be celebrated -, Morning Strvlce: at 11. i
other areas," Roberts said. will be supplemented with j. There will be a Record Hop Friday night Feb. 16, ing Service at 7. I General Education Classes

A request for up to $150 to' funds left over from pavingthe '. '. 1"1 I following the game Saturday with an Interesting program Greater Allen Chapel : [ for, ad ,ill; In UngrllBh: arithmetic -

purchase land use maps was' hydrocarbons roa.l No ,' ., I ..,. night at the Recreation Cen- for your entertainment. The Church n iv. L. A. hi tory, and reading;
the reason Roberts( approached word has been received on ioi(: ,". ..., I, public is invited. pastor. S mday School 10 I will *ie ta ght by Mrs. Gladys

the Board Wednesday.:!' The when paving will begin on .I'IJk: : .N ,: .' ter.Activities are being held Dental Health Is being observed m. v/.t'.i: : Mrs. P B. I Wasd.n on Monday and Thursday -

Board approved his request either of the roads. ,t14I1Ie:.:..7ft.Jf. ; dally at the center from 4 to by the students at RJEHist. charge. Morning Service i/.lghti! 'at 7 p.m. in the
and Roberts &aid that before, Received an Itemized report 6, and on Friday and Saturday The observance will be' 11 v'.ih:; the Junior I I new Voca .onal Technical
the new budget Is made this, from Jones Funeral Homeon GRADUATES FROM nights from 8 to 11. terminated in the Elementary charge. The speaker will I I Training; Center In Starke.

summer he will present estimates the county's ambulance DAYTONA BEACH ROBERT WADE SERVES Department with, I _
UNLIMITED a programby --- .
on the costs of drawingup service. Jones reported' a net Willie L. Bright, son of Rev. WITH PEACE CORPS the Special Education r--- .: ,-'.'
the zoning code deficit In ambulance operationcosts and Mrs. D. L. Blight of Law- Robert Wade. son of Mrs. classes at 9:30: today: [Thurs

I. ,.) p OPPORTUNITY Roberts placed a $20.000 of 3648. Expenses totaled tey graduated Friday, Jan. Pauline Grant, Route I, day] In the cafe torluan.
'
.... price tag on the value of the $:!0.888, income from 26 from the Mary Karl Voca- Starke, Is the first Negro The regular monthly: meet-
: 1' AWAITS EVERY services lila committee has received P"rsom; using the ambulances tional Division program In Peace Corps volunteer to 'be,

I. Q [ from the University of was $5,240 and the county electronics at Daytona Beach Assigned to a vocational school FARMERSDO

:;.... v AMERICAN I Florida. It would havE cost at contribution 12000. Junior College. in the Philippines. He is a HOMEOWNER'SSPECIAL:

least that much had private Passed a resolution urgingthe Mr. Bright began work graduate of RJE High School, .
I I firm done the same work, he State Road Department to Monday, Jan. :29, at the Martin and Hampton Institute,I .
I Abraham Lincoln: rose from said. resume It's policy, stopped a Co. in Orlando as a tech- Hampton( Va. I FOR FEBRUARY : AND

humble beginning to the County-wide zoning: Is going month ago of installing culverts nician. He is a 1963 graduate He teaches in the Cagayan

I Presidency of our great na to become a reality Roberts to private resents on of RJE High School.RECREATION Valley College of Arts & All Replaceable Faucets I

.. I tion. Today, too, we all told the Commission saTIng state highways If the state NEWSIn Trades and has had many
.' I I heard doesn't ,tfo:! it the burden will basketball last week the REBUILT $5.00 I
share an unlimited opportunity he has some protest unusual experiences, one of
Q to reach our goals. against the committee's work. fall on the county, the commissioners Reno basketball team defeated whichwas trying to find a Plus Parts FOR YOUR HOUSES

This bank pledges our share Anyone violently opposed to feel. Gainesville Boys Club bya bed that would fit his six-foot, FOR :\ DELIVERY CALL
.1 the proposed zoning ordinance score of 72-62. On Saturday two-inch frame Finally someone QUALITYPLUMBING
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to help you on the journey.We TilE RIGHT POINT for the night Feb. 10, the Reno Recreation I
with I the
"better meet
us
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that student
remembered a CO. HENRY i
write. Come in Falcons an i the Bradford iI
I committee] and help come up way you in the college shop had, OF STARKE
will be closed select favorite ES- Hawks will play the Daytona -
and
: with something they can live your
I I by mistake some years ago Phone 961-5039 7:> LAKE CITY i iI
TERBROOK fountaip Beach Recreation: and
I with the chairman stated. frv.
made a bed which was six
Monday, Feb. 12th I Semi-Pro basketball team In
TELEGRAPH.
I He again invited to
anyone feet eight Inches long, insteadHASTINGS :!
meet with the committee as It
.. wlJ'k) each second and fourth

FULL SERVICE BANKING Thursday In the courthouse. S a
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In other action the Commission -

,.. HOME: 0\VNKI:U HOME: : OI'KKATEI: I :
I, -'Set' its next meeting date -

0 I March (6 i, for a hearing on a
; The Community State Bank i petition to close a road.: off _

: SR, 18 east of Hampton on
the property of James Hartley.
b OF STARKE
The petition to close the road I IJNKIJ] ; V.UTIIM/ cleaner

MEMBER F. D. I. C. I, was submitted to the Board by CARL BEGGS I .5SEER4)
5' I If find the Classified Ads' conditioned $15 up. 10
Attorney Oeonge Pierce. you your rame among ,
Gulf Service name brands to choose
-Heard Judge Yawn announce -
that summary judge come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO i USED PARTS 'I Paits & excellent
,
makes. KIRBY )
NOBODY WALKS SALE- NOBODY WALKSBONANZA'S ments have been entered in FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or :101) Drive- Top Prices for Wrecked (Ran I SRRVfCR 712 N. Main (
10'' Circuit Court here, ending the: 24 Hour Wrecker Service I
1966 and 1967 tax suits I Theatre Passes in. v lIe 376-7110.
i Fuel Oil I
"NOBODY brought against the county by I iI I -- -- :

z-. WALKS SALE" g Container Corp. of America. AAA S &: It Orwn Stomp AT LAST!
I The timber firm has been or- I ICLAIiIOIFIED MATTRESS' Hwy. 301 N. Waldo I
: "See The CJuys With The Red Ties" O dered to :pay taxes owed plus!! riflri Alt & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 468-1998 A HOME: OWNERS

: :1 They Will He Offering Each Customer : penalties on 1996 taxes. SaTESa. 1IO 1111011 St. PaJatka POLICYFor

:: < A Large SS3 -Was told by City Councilman IK IS nurd* ._':'- .!
Nell Tucker that a low Km-k.: ....... u..r II ___ ..VTICalr Furniture Repaired tYnfO SERVICE That : CONSOLE
: : GE AUTOMATIC WASHER ::: of-tlS.5Q\ has been received Upholstered & Itefinished! I Qualify TAKE!: UP PAYMENTS On 2-
KLJOHT INSTRUCTION
Air-
: churK* If But
ONLY from Bradford:! Engineering' Co. : ,,"'oJ I. .......... __.2/1 MATTRESSES REBUILT plane rentals. Greyhound Bus CALL THE MAN month-old beautiful Stereo
: :s FOR $89.00 M of Starke to pave the Joint New Innerspringsand together FROM;\ KEYSTONE t'I' Console like new 4-speed record -
51kMOIUAI,5' RKHOMtf "ltJlnl Charter Keep your party -
: With I Every Mobile Home Sold sidewalk project of the Com : ....(I. pu ........ Box Springs! i: -- charter a bus. Phone George E. changer. Balance due,
a ..... tnr1 mission.' School Board and PAINTS 94-6090./ $68, or $8 per month. Also
During February CAIIU O.P1 THANK Drop V. A C'uo-d or Call i, tfchg INSURANCE; A< ,
r1M City. BO word. .>. leu. _,- ... .:!l.C KOOJ:! buy Oil COLOR TELE
: PRICES START ':"Was told,by Oeorge Roberts t-l:..rh word < "'r (Ml .1' FALATKA KA 5-9166 INSURANCE Keystone lit*. : VISION. Phone COLLECT 1

0 $4 995 of 1-!. C. Wall Insurance -i MRS. PEGGY SHAttER AT REDUCED RATES: Jacksonville, 353-1946 any-
.. = AS LOW AS -. I Agency that the county liability SILVER SANDS LAKE 209 E. Adklnn. St. AUTO FIRR: BOAT time: a.:k for Credit Manager.

,0 and workmen's' compensation $2,700 t to $:i.SOOCATOU () Stark, Agent DOYLE "1. CONNER STARTING new Will deliver no. obligation. A-
: z .Y .pouctes were reinstated 1 L\SUK.VNfK|: AGENCY our late comers. Tap. I Warehouse, 1606 Main St.,
a On Large 12 x 61, 3 BR'i 33 I Jan. 4,with slight reductionsin BONE LAKE Aero etc. Ph. 964-7008. ,
t I Jacksonville Fla. 4tchg 2129|
aa :: i \ \ Bath Mobile Homes O I premiums because of a (good II $3,575: ; (tol:275) ,: UChg\\ i I

a l See Our Big Selection o accident rate.Accepted, 1 EASY TERMS A ClaMlflod Ad In the "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
0< "
a
IRAPH hrlng r iilt TO LEARN. Register Now.
--. bids on a new See S. McKay I IKey..tcme JIMMY MOORE'SSUN I
Now!
;:: I mowing machine auto Inspec- I Adult Education: lasses. Elementary -

BONANZA OIEN DAILY tion equipment and gas and .473-4740 Height 473-4132!\ Myers Power Tools : SPORTS and Secondary.

S 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. > oil All were taken under consideration rhonem. or.4734,316FOR Area Headquarters For Phone 964-53It or 964-6150.
a JpLE9Ym7&1 r MOOKi: BOAT Uchc
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o SUNDAYS for a tabulation.Was Lawnmnwer P nver ToolsMrCullorh YOI'R MONEY; I

a __ 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. 73CO: tol'd':! by County Agent SALE-BRICK HOUSE Chain Saw Stark' I'h.
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S oZ George Hug-gins that open ready for occupancy. 3 bed Pumps & Water Systems I IJACKHOE DOZERS

Rank Financing house and dedication cere- room -I'/a bath. Treated just Briggs & Stratum Engines SERVICE DUMP: TRUCKS
SS The monies of the new agriculture outside of city limits In I Rental Sales. Senlc MOTOR GRADER \

SU I "Just Look For The building are set for Sunday TOOLS AND Pinebrecze. Easy rronthlyterms. 230 N.E. 16th Ave. Like New White Swan 25-TON CRANE

S Area's 4, Tall Cowboy" Feb. 18. Dedication will be at Longehnmp Coast Co. Gainesville 376-3411 _I DRAG{ LINE !/2 YD.Ditches :
I 2 p. m. and the open house LADDERSFOR Contact Uufoid Mitchell, tfchg $165.00io
:::3 Largest +: BONANZAS will last 'from 3-5 p. m. pone 964-6893, P. O. :Box TYPEWRITER RENTALS: : I Il III Johnson .ony $

S ;5 Volume MOBILE HOMES -Took no action on a third I 233 Starke. tteb" l Day, week, or month. -Bradford PUMPSNEW 0 :
58O the VotIng RENTDID County Telegraph. Phone
S proposal from Shupe I
4 131 N. W. 13th St. g I 904-6505.:> tf
Dealer Machine Co. that the AND USED
a Gainesville Best Time To Buy Dug
S _ 0 county purchase voting ma- TIlE RIGHT POINT
YOU KNOW it's easy to Off Season Prices \ REAL ESTATE SALES-PARTS-SERVICE way you write. Come Lots Cleared

Sa a <: Phone 372-4285 0< I chines.Was told by Architect own a Longchamp Home? New & Good Used BUY- SELLTRADE Deep & Shallow Wells and nelcrt your favor'tt' .
S Better built for Florida liv- Water Softeners & Filters TERBROOK fountain Fill Dirt
Frank George that the agriculture -
S I building, is completeS ing. Your plans or ours LawnmowersFIRESTONESTARKE I BILL POWELL Expert Service On I TELEGRAPH.

S S NOBODY WALKS SALE NOBODY WALKS I Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- Real Estate All Makes -- -.
ford Mitchell, phone: 964-
I I 401 W. MadlHCO St. Phone 9647061DURRANCE HOUSE for rent or R. E. 'Bob'
6853, P. O. Box 238, starke. :

-S .aS .. .....". ... 4 ....,,.... _.._ _.._ tfcCig: I THANK YOU NOTESBeautlfizily Phones: Off. 964-6464 PUMP VV. Pratt St. corner of
,'1.' ;o. 0 .\" AND SUPPLY CO. & Pratt Inquire Old
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_' ..7" r' *'''''''''' .<. r.... YOUR BEST BARGAIN AD- engraved la gold or 'I bedroom home In the coun Post or Phone 9617289. Daley'J
silver. for box of 23: Including I "
$1.25 try. Priced to sell.
ULT BASIC AND GENERAL Till, RIGHT POINT for the
; i ;--mee) iet1 EDUCATION CLASSES. EN- envelopes.. Bradford tf 12 bedroom home In the city. way you write. Come In I I FOR RENT 3
County Telegraph. Must sacrifice. bedrom house.
ROLL NOW. ELEMENTARY: I
I
..:: and select your favorite ES.
S .. '.k&-<...'"... AND SECONDARY.' Phone 235 acres. Partially Improved.WE I shopping area. $65 per. 117 1 South :3rd St.
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..... .. ...; ."'<,;. REDUCE: safe, simple and TERBROOK fountain pen.
417 W. Call St. Call :
: 964-5344" or 9616150. Itchg fast with Gobese, Tablets. Only -II BUY used furniture, ap- Long Distance. Palatka, Fla.
SE !98('. Koch's Drug. l'8t.p 2*23 plianrea! or anything of value. SFI3CIALJZINO In sales of
E WHERE EVERYTHING IS RIGHT TO THE TASTES : NF.WJOUILF.: HOMES: Chic. .. Phone 3253496FOR
Dahmers Discount HOlIse164\ Real E.sfate! and In appraisals: LADY TO LIVE IN MY
I kasha 20' x 21' wide. Buddyflfmson. '
No. Choice Buy. Over I
589- for estates, corporate and Individual '
S : Layton lravr-1. trail. I' 7923. tfchg and share expenses.
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY I Azalea. 290 acres. timber & pasture owners. 30 years experience .,I required. Write "M",
Llbrtty. Taylor.
I'rH. Modern home close In. Below '
J. FutchCHRISTMAS
Floyd in Florida land matter A. Starke. SALE 21 cu. freezer.
Buy. m-ll!, trade Y'ar bank: financing I
$200 per acre. *. A. J. Thomas Licensee Call 533-2050 after 6 or week-
Our Delicious BuffetS free net up and delivery No. 63020 acres, frame LAYAWAYS Read Estate Brokrr, StarkeFla. ,''I JOHNSON'S STORE. fnda.: tfchg
Try '. BUCKKYK) 'FItA1L.IRMAwr
dwelling, unfinished-Just $3.- I.EKT UNCLAIMED: : Tel. 864-5701. tfi-hs!!: Fla.--New and nearly 1
: INJ: HM2!! : Blumling, 900.) Terms. SEWING MACHINES: We I dies', mens' and :. :! *'i 2 LOTS -Crystal Homesltes. "

I.f"". 771-8778."' tfchg No. r>23-Hog Farm. :50 acresIn have two 1968 Dial-O-Matlc 'I, clothes and shoes >. Each lot 100 x 183. Lake front !
very ;
: > I
DAILY)
S Bradford County fenced & Zig Zass that have never been privileges. For sale or trade '
PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration -
)FOR
a cross fenced hog house with used.. They Christmas layaways MASONRYMATERIALS
.1 were I jor car. Ph. 964-6215 2tchg
and
S Home
Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet Service. central l heat & water. A 3 BR never picked up. Customers LAYER FARM4 .

SS 11:00 a. m. (to 2:00: ( |p. m. GOO: p.m. to 9:00: pm.S Commercial.O. Box 19,Phone 473-3090 Uclm( -I 1 bath home w-flre-plac A left aieu. You can have 30,000 capacity. One HELP WANTED Mature
P. ) Keviitone. 1-num operation hogs & cattle woman to work '
S ,, these machines for the balance 4 bedroom home $ in retail store. \
a VALID REASONS for selling optional. 35000. 29 Pet, of $47 each. Cash or Ready Mix Concrete Con Terma. Ph 964-5008. tJJ References. Apply Jerry's

S S 25 Two Hot <4j 45 this lien farm grossing! $16,000 down f STROUT RFJALTY) terms. Phone COLLECT! Jacksonville crete Block, Sand, Rock, Thtlft Shop. 118 W. Call, )
S WILL KEEP children Storkp.
353-1946 anytime.Ask I itp
En treesTwo net last year Modern home 2111 N. Temple Ave., Cement Mortar, Steel Oyster home day or night. S.
(.ruclc and tractor A. J. for Credit Manager. Will .
S Starke, Fla. Shell tlmerock. Roof Thompson. Ph. _J H Dfvore
S S Vegetables 0 Thomas, Realtor Starke, Fla. (9O4) 964-6609 deliver. no obligation. Gravel, 1'Unt ls and tp
Tel! \ 9B4-5701.( Itcha :StchK 2,29 FOR RENT-3 room FOR SALE 1 Pinto Barrel"
a S Assorted Salads SS FOR SALE-'66 Dodge Dart, Window 8111.*. Everything apartment nicely .', horse 3 1 1-2 yr. Also one 3-yr. '
S FOR' RENT-2 bedroom apt. ::1 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom cot-, for Construction.Bradford .
like new, $1295.00.: Starke Mwonry ( >> Adults. Renner. Apt. I old pony. Call R. M. Hersey
S Rolls Butter I with kitchenette Ph. 064-6763. Builder's Supply. lip,j tore attractively furnished on Mahon. 964-6279. Jr. Keystone His. 473-4435.
:
a. It Kingsley Lake year round ,
Ten Coffee I FOR SALE ,67 Camaro.:Small j Fuel and gas, heat all mod- :3 t LARGE NICE FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnished I

HOUSE. FOR RENT: 3 BR. equity. take; up .payments, I era conveniences. Mrs. J. W. bath $45 00. You pay .I house with .furnished!
I R. Kitchrn. Family Room' Mike Richardson. Jones Funeral -, Klncald. 964-7331. tfchg II I
No children.: Upstairs. O rental cottage on same lot-
fcnced-ln'I
large storage room Home. Upi Engineering Co. Stout, Waldo 468-1408. Located 1 block from BHS
II '('kyard, at 610 Pinewood FOR SAfE by owner 1963:

vu{ Call Jacksonville: 389-533:i FOR RENT-Offlci apace appi .' Ford Oalx. 4 dr. Radio. Air I Phone Starke FOR SALE --- 3 2 I and School Starke Rental unit Elementary would
,
I f Iclayl I or 33-4-4302 fevcningsl.!, J \'ox. 810 sq. ft. 12) Lawrence Cond. Auto. Trans. A-l condition bath concrete. block( In I make
'I payment if financed.
ltchg Key. L. O. Dall.I I
I 'I I Bl.d, Keystone1.'Apply $1295. 964-5403 Saratoga Heights 4-: Contact Louise Renner, 633
", ktone Cleaners for key and I Dempsey Motel, Phone 964- 7309 or 961-5859> after 5 I McMuhone.

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..AaIUt ntnao* THURSDAY. FEB. II, 1968 l4w1TON 3 PAGES

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The/ Street That Refused To Die -N D !' "
Dear Editor: cold weather?
p system In order for a new
2 i t I II Ineffectual heating Is a serious Some classrooms have no system to be effective.. It Is
Not so very long ago there many other towns and cities fir G J matter at Bradford High heating. facilities whatsoever. Imperative that something!

were those who looked upon Call throughout the nation, is experiencing School. I feel that the situ Some of the most frequented done about the school buildings:

Street and, dismayed by the num- a reversal of the one-time I anon warrants close attention rooms In the school the restrooms themselves. Buildings aa' old

ber of vacant buildings appearingon trend to move everything out of A classroom so cold that also halve/ no heat. This as B & C buildings cannot be

the scene were ready to write the central business district. Once students must wear then in itself can be extremely Irrltlng. expected) to properly contain

the "heart of town" off the books the problem of parking is licked, a a heavy coats in order to stay heat no matter what the sys
it has been proved that businesswill : Y warm Is hardly a proper learning Those classrooms that :have tem. fU
as a lost cause.
atmosphere.How heat heated radiators. To deviate
are by from the main
the district
return to central
"You can't stop progress, they t. can a student be ex- When the radiators are on and purpose of this letter, I 'would
said. "You can't buck the trend if made convenient for shoppers. pected to pay attention and working, they offer very little like to point out that many:

away from the old central business Although a start has been made participate during class whenIt distribution of heat. While the students, as well aa the.etti-

district. with the enforcement of our two- takes all he can do to keep first couple of rows of students zens of Bradford County,"reel

And for a time it looked as if hour parking limit, much more /'I7/( warm? At times, even faculty next to the radiator are perspiring that it la a serious discrepancy

they might be right. can be done with the establishment g ( members must retreat to the the students on the when a county spends almost

Then a strange thing happened.The of off-street parking lots. warmth of the lounge for a. other side of the room shiver. extravagantly to provlde';S&e

vacant buildings began to Some far-sighted and progressivecities + '? ,;.a ., hlrei' few minutes of relief. There Is a partial. solution to very best for some portionsof
attractive have already taken steps in Many parents have been informed this problem. That is, to close the educational programand ;
fill again. Some new
up by their angry daughters the door. This action however deprives its high school of
this direction acquiring propertyand
businesses appeared on the scene, that the administrationhas will cause those on the cold substantial funds to procure
and others remodeled their store demolishing old, vacant build refused', them permission side of the room to become the basic and very necessary

fronts and enlarged their stocksof. ings and converting the space in- to wear slacks to school under comfortably warm, while the supplies and classroom -faci.
goods. The Chamber of Commerce to off-street parking. Our neighboring ? any circumstances even the people on the other side are) lities. '. LI

moved into the heart 'of Lake City is one of these ) recent 28 degree (temperature perspiring even worse and are feel I should point out-ttiat

the district and converted an old and the effect on the central : ]. Since classrooms offer even more uncomfortable.Soon it Is not my Intention to tilegrace

outmoded building into an asset business district there has been I little comfort and students are the)room Is so stuffy thatIt my school or its administrators
not allowed to enter them Is unbearable.The .
dramatic. but to stir discussion
There some
to the area. was even
during lunch or break then only real answer to this and action
talk of purchasing and convertingthe There are those who say that on this matter
the why are girls not allowed to very real problem Is a new Sincerely
it to ,
old bank building at the corner the city does not owe
protect themselves from the and more efficient heating Linda Colson.
of Call and Walnut Streets downtown merchants to provide h -i>'

into a public library, or some other them with off-street parking. But
Peace tire, public health, community
useful purpose. those who feel this way must lose Corps

About this same time, the sight of the fact that it was the Test ScheduledFor 'and. cooperative development development.education

troublesome problem of shortageof downtown propery owners whose Feb. 17 'The placement test which/
parking spaces in the downtown taxes largely paid for the opera- takes'about an hour and a

district was partially solved when tion of the city throughout its Starke area residents Interested .half determines how an applicant

the Police Department started en- more than a century of existence Y'' i s s i yl} In putting their skinsto can best be utilized

forcing the two-hour parking limit including helping to payoff editor Telegraph: use In developing nations overseas. It measures general
breaking up the practice of bond issues for improvementssuch In this day of Vietnam, demonstrations around the world are Invitedto aptitude''and ability to learna

store employeesin as paved streets, sewer systems North Korea take the Peace Corps Place- language, not education or
all-day parking by street lights, and even the draft card burnings, and draftdodgers ment Test at 1:30: p m. Sat .present knowledge of a foreIgn
for ,
needed
spaces that were itself. Certainly etc., it Is heartwarming urday.: Feb. 17. The test will language. The test :requires
the use of would-be shoppers. municipal power plant Traffic Congestion Over Tallahassee to find we still have some be given in Room 131 Federal no preparation and Is
the
benefit
With the availability of parking it would not mighty fine people In this Building 403 S. E. First non-competitive an applicant

spaces business began to improve city to see its central business 'w(for Id. Ave., Gainesville can neither pass nor

along (Call Street and merchantsfelt district deteriorate to the extent Recently driving from Jack- Volunteers need not have a, fall

encouraged to improve their that property owners would quit FARMER'S. DIARYknow '.Aomrllle to Willlston, my car college degree, as a broad Persons 'Interested In aenv-

stores and update their stocks of paying taxes, with consequentloss developed fuel pump trouble) range of skills are needed for ins: In the Peace Corps must
The 'day* of winter are there. Is no way to keep
notice- of city revenue. at 10:15: 'p. m. We limped Into overseas programs in agrlcul- fill out an application If they
merchandise. There was a
numbered now, and unless we the. pests from gobbling up
Call Street has re- Starke and the first stationwe have not already done so and
able change in atmosphere from Yes get some extremely cold weather the berries as fast as they
came to was Super Test. present It to the tester before
of dire
die in spite
Christ- fused to pre- this will
pessimism to optimism. soon, ceason go ripen.
'The .fellows there got a new taking the test. Applications
dictions. The of rejuvenation down in as mild fect.Question
better process history a
business was reported
mas fuel pump from a gentleman : What Is the maximum may be obtained from local
speeded greatly, The'groundhog saw his We .tried ways of
could be up one. many ,
than ever last December.The from Parts Service Co.? who penalty that can be assessed :post offices or'from the Peace
shadow l last week we are them out of our berry
with little planningsuch eo keeping '
a
progress that has been however even left one of his favorite for violation of the Corps, Washington D. C.
in supposed' to have a lot more patch and one time built an
made in the downtown district as is now taking place winter, but it could be that electronic: scarecrow, consist- ,;TV programs to open up. Then Selective Service law? 20323.'rices,
months is encouraging many progressive cities throughout -A these three fellows installedthe Answer: The maximum
I in recent he Is out of date and not using ing of long strips of aluminumfoil
I and indicates that Starke, like the land. data based on our eagle-eyed which glittered in the. sun pump. penalty that can be assessed ]f> Rise
When they got through. I for one violation of the
satellites. and tin cams ''hung to catch any
Interest In Cemetery Work Is Gratifying : any air movement and makea found: : out they were really Military Selective Service Act 3.1 Per Cent

I A. .a ''result, the berry plantings noisy racket?. But one still. supposed to close the stationat of 1967 Is Imprisonment Of> Durfti'g\{ 1967
,have not been held back By Sam McGarvey dark day, the robins were 'back 10:30: -yet It was five min not more than five years or a
When The Telegraph starteda gets under way. several of utes to 12 when they got fine of not more than $10,000,
thoroughly and ..there has 'Ibeen production roWns are here and from now in ,the patch and {Consumer prices rose( 3.1
I drive early in January, asking Once the cemetery is o< .fruit lor. many) ,:wcks. The on hey.will. be foraging in\ the. them: had the audacity to <rlghfamack through with my car. or both such fine and impris- per cent In 1967 with no re-
for contributions to'"a fund for cleaned, it is hoped"thatthosewho "tula.v1'.frOlltil- we've had killed berrypatches, getting some on.' the" scarecrow- "" Needlessto 'say,
I thorough cleaning of longneglected have property there will be some of the ..bloom, thus curtailing fruit to go along with their itself very grateful !for their help. Question: How many men cording to a recent report by

Crosby Lake Cemetery, the suggested inspired and encouraged to keepit production, but so far other feed,' And, HO far as weNEWS They had never seen me ,be are registered with the Selective the U, S. Labor Department
goal of $1,000 seemed more in better condition than in the "there, has not been a single fore. Of course, I'll be a Sup Service System in which The consumer price index
in the realm of wishful thinking past. It is also hoped that some hard freeze which stripped' the i 1'1 i er-Test booster, from now on. classifications are there the for December Increased three-
W. Weir number of registrants tenths of'tone cent for the
for perpetual care can be plants of fruit and bloom -Ralph greatest per
, than possibility. plan And NOTES ;: WeltTheatres ,, and how many are third consecutive month. At
cleaningis
' In the ensuing six weeks, however developed after the initial 'An Open House will !be held .. Willlston, Fla. deferred as students? the same time, wholesale prices

it has become evident that completed.The at/ the new Agriculture Centerat For Today's HomemakersBy Answer: As of September rose, six-tenths of one per cent
I interest t was greater than expected bad condition of the ceme- the fairgrounds on Feb. '' Dear Mr. Matthews: 1967. there were some 33,000- the biggest Increase of the

and the goal is now within tery has been a source of distress 18. George Hugglns Bays It Martha Sue McCain During this ,time of war, 000 men registered with the. year.1"
I Teach. The amount contributed time. Although some !will ibe a simple affair, with distrust, and unrest everywhere Selective Service System. The After comparative stabilityfor
for a long County Extension on earth, ,ibe It resolved the most of the year retail
no long speeches Just a classifications having
I the $700 mark this week, well kept the
j passed individual lots are ,
of
chance, for people to come In Home Economics Agent that we the people of Bradford greatest number of registrantsare food prices rose four-tenths
I'! ynd with a little more response on general condition is so bad that and see the new facilities and County shall : Class V-A [over the age one per 'cent In December for

, the part of those who have not home folks are embarrassed for get better acquainted with the ..-- -Come 'took to ood.
! yet contributed, the $1,000 goal out of town visitors to see the services available for farmers MISS HOLSTEIN RETIRES ''each seeking His will and His mercy 300,000; Class IH-A [father- the; year.

I could be reached by March. neglect.We in this area. Miss Helen X>. Holstein Two packages, 10-ounces not only for ourselves, but hood and hardship: 3.900- The consumer price index
I I It is hoped that the work can grateful to'all who have District Extension,Home Economics each, chopped frozen spinach; our neighbors, here and 000; and Class IV-A [veterans In December was 118.2 November.compared
before are The traditional first plantingdate lemon Juice; one- abroad.. surviving sons) : to 117.8 in
] be done in the early spring Agent Is retiring on .2 teaspoons and sole market
contributed to the fund, and hope of Feb. 14 Is coming up one-eighth That shall humbly date, ibis means that a
the weather gets too hot, and as February 29, after serving half teaspoon salt; we 2,600,000. On the same and services
that the interest continues until and we've seen not much 2V4 those In whom we deferredas basket of goods
.yet : with the Florida teaspoon pepper; cups pray for all there were 1,600,000
the fund is complete, a 16 at-
soon as nearly years base
is reached. Donations evidence' of land prepared for chicken 400- that cost $10 in years
the $1,000 goal Extension cooked diced turkey or have entrusted the leadershipof college students and
and the Agricultural costs
will meet plan now
committee
1957-59.
' have come from many pointsin that date. Time was when Service. She will make ,her ; one 10 Vi ounce can condensed our city, county state and 000 deferred because of their the index.
, work that is to be done. Althoughit well out of state farmers around here were all of chicken soup; nation.'Those. school students.. $l 1 f1''li
Florida, as as future home In Columbia, S. cream status as high {j--, .
will be necessary to hire labor indicating that even those who sot to go by then, ready to one-fourth cup light cream; who are the least --4

I for the heaviest work, there have have been from here for "dare the frootT' with early C.In announcing Miss Hol- one-fourth cup parmesan governed are the beat govern
gone ,
already been several offers from :plantings of vegetables. few, grains pa- ed." [Borrowed quotation
still have a keen interest stein's )retirement Dr. M. O. cheese, grated;
and many years, let all of us remember -
: volunteer workers, more are Watkins director, Florida ,.prlka.! Therefore
I expected when the job actually in this project. In our plantings arouna our Agricultural Extension service Thaw spinach enough to se that our State Legislature -

I yard 'We 'have several specimens l- praised her loyal service and parate. Preheat oven to 350 in particular, Is havinga
'of the Spanish bayonet, Spread finding
] serious in
moderate[ problem
degrees
extension.
Shoplifters Make Prices Go Up and right offhand we'd say dedication Miss Holstein to Joined the spinach In a I'% quart cas adequate funds for our schoolchildren rr4etc'Gg

, !that this plant is well married. Extension Service In Florida serole. Sprinkle lemon Juice They need our pray- 1

II Anyone who read the recent is the pilferage carried on by It Is by and no. seems means to a like friendly nothing 1952 as Assistant Economist salt and pepper over spinach. ers-not stones being cast at
plant,
chicken over
picture story in Life magazine some store employees. The intricate better than to Jab anyone in Food Conservation. In 1953. Spread turkey or them.Let the people, one and .

I about shoplifting must reach the and devious processes by within reach, and while its she became district home economist spinach. heat "med- ,
Blend and cream: all. In this, election year
: conclusion that this is one of the which they mulct their employersare barbe may not be poisonous, agent. In this capacity soup over chicken. Sprinkle itate" more and argue less. + ,
and
I most brazen varieties of petty almost unbelievable. Retailersare they won't .do you any good she has directed In Home 20 cheese pour and paprika over Indeed, when we vote to appoint

J crime in which a person can in fighting back against shoplifting either. It Is the porcupine of Economics Extension and South sauce. Bake until spinach Is rather than elect any

I : dulge.It and pilferage in the only the win plant find out family, who as backs anyone into Florida.counties in East cooked and topping Is lightly .public official national,

" is evident that shopliftinghas ways they can. Beyond resortingto one accidentally. Miss Holstein !Is a memberof browned about 20 minutes. state, or local- then we have Hamilton, of Southern Marine
become big business. It is every known protective measure the Florida and American Calories per serving: About lost another e'nrecioua freedom. By Lynn

estimated that one out of sixty their only recourse is to pass It can !be decorated In a very Home Economics Associations 190.Menu Then are we letting some CARRY AND USEA portion to their weight. 'ls
Serve the anchor line..
suggestions: Messiah tighten
persons enter the average store the losses on to honest consumers, .tricky fashion with eggshells and of Altrusa International. would-be GOOD ANCHOR Adequate Tinder

I for the purpose of stealing, not by increasing prices. and no doubt has fooled a lot Bradford County has been with baked salad.potatoes Have and cus-a chain of tryanny around our Although a concrete blockor normal equally' weather Important condIUoa..theline .. >
fruit necks.
purchasing goods. In the year Thus, consumers must ultimately of tourists info .thinking it produces In Miss Holstein's District and Jellied dessert. these things. paLl filled with cement area should equal six times thedepl'h
Think
tard for on
f 1966, shoplifters walked off with pay for the pranks of very unusual white she has visited here on numerous -Walter H. Lee means of holding a boat of the water If you're'
"blossoms."' It does of course, occasions. She has met they are awkward and Ineffi-
, more than $2 billion worth of thieves who, in the vast majorityof Starke, Fla anchoring in a relatively shallow -
of Extension Issues substitutes: for a good
off free in the form of a white cluster with local ,groups Five cient four feet of water
merchandise double the amount instances, get scott area, say
but it and.4Her'aand anchor
\f of seven years ago and during even when they are caught red- certainly above the does main not plant lay eggs. will Homemakers be well rememberedfor Of Telegraph If properly selected and used, you The should smart, have boatman 24 feet carries at-

; the 1967 Christmas season it was handed. her many activities and SELECTIVESERVICE an. anchor can be both a convenience line. extra to handle

{ estimated that thefts would The next time you see a shoplifter Next to that plant we'd cooperation over the ;years, r and a vital piece of the unexpected an supply situation. .
In
. amount to some $600 million. plying his trade, stop to classify a patch of deed briars The Central Florida. Home February safety equipment. You can The best anchor and Une-wlll

'1 In a distribution system that think a minute that you are helping .s a,, hazard when working Economics Assocatlon meetIng use it' to secure your boat be worthless if you don't know
operates on the high volume, low to pay for his dishonesty round the yard. Sam was will be held with a lunch-, For the first time In 28 QuestionsAnswersQuestion overnight or to ride out heavy how to use it correctly. Select
You can
profit margin principle the loss through higher prices to make up cleaning out a patch of under- on at Hart Point Restauranton years, The Bradford County seas during a storm.anchor while ? your anchorage carefully, ,
the
last week, got entangled Highway 17. east of Pa- Telegraph and other Florida also drop ''boat will be
'growth If
I from shoplifting is serious and the loss. It might even be worth will !publish : I am a full-time fishing or swimming in open. especially your
tin some of them and latka Memorial Bridge at ,12 weekly newspapers moored for several houca,,or
be disastrous. A retailer while to report what you see to college student who has made
can even Febru- water.
felt as though ''he'd got mixed noon Saturday,. Feb. 10. five Issues during overnight. Approach' the' i pot:
J often must ring up $30 in sales the store manager, or to the po up In a (barbed-wire entagle- Dr. M. O. Watkins directorof ary, the shortest month of normal progress toward my The size and type of anchor into the wind or current

1 to bJ8ak'ev: after a $1 theft. lice. It will save you money in ment, Trouble Is. they catch ,, the Agricultural Extension ,the year. '< baccalaureate degree and the you choose depends on how whichever is stronger. Lower-
\, Equally as bad as shoplifting the long run. hold of you !won't let go, and Service University of Florida, This being leap year :February school has eo notified my Local large your !boat is and sort of don't thow the anchor
you'd better be careful in tryIng will J .speak'on the role of the has 29 days, starting and Board. I have been classified bottom you will generally anchor into the water. Have the ,line
.to them off or you'll Thursday pub- In Class I-A Why wasn'tI in rocky, muddy or
pull home economist and continuing ending with a neatly coUed eo it: wilt- unravel
The Bradford County Telegraph get stuck like a pincushion. education program. Cost Icatlon date of The Telegraph.The given a II-Q student defer- sandy. The Evinrude News without snags. After'.tha
S S of the luncheon Is $3.23. last time this occurred ment? Service suggests that you ash: anchor has been set let the

ESTABLISHED 1S79 Speaking: of such things! TURKEY OR CHICKEN was in 1040, and It will not Answer: Probably ,because your local marine dealer for boat! drift back playing out:
Sam was working one time FLORENTINE happen again until 199ft-another you hadn't requested a n-3 assistance when you purchase excess line. This creates a
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor anJ Publisher There will be You must file a written request an anchor. the anchor
under an oak tree cleaningout This simple recipe with a 28 years. horizontal pull on
Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper. PubII.kd. au..a.17 the undergrowth/ when a romantic name Is one that's five Thursdays In February', with your Local Board The "mushroom" anchor, so and delivers the most holding
Coder The lane Mst ...... branch of the oak swept across sure to win favor with family only four times during the for a Il-a classification before called because It looks like an power..If the anchor does not
Ms neck, producing a burning and friends. It's easily prepared 20th Century,' and this pecu- It will be granted. If you inverted mushroom la popular catch the first time, try it:
0rebY.hed sensation. Apparently some Insects and we think you'll liar set of circumstances: will haven't done so, make such with many small craft owners. again.

each. 'Thursday ... eatare4 M 8e oa4 flat MMe* .* the Fort Off).eat had infested the !branch want to try it now while both occur only three times In the application at once by supplyIng Many safety experts also recommend When you retrieve the, anchor -
: exuding some irritating material turkey and chicken are plen 21st Century.There your Local Board with a the new lightweight move directly over tt ,and
Cterfca. Florida uder Act ef Mart Sr*. U1. which caused the burning tiful. This recipe 'was devel' will be five Thursdays completed Selective Service: designs like the Danforth. The pull straight up. It It doesD'
tm. trade areas 1 year .00. 0 -.., S2JM obtainableat anchor "flukes" or dig have to
.becrIpUe- sensation. oped and tested by USDA 1H February of 2024. 20 2. and System Form 104 [ prongs break free you might
Oart/s trade art 1 year .60i> 0 p.ao food specialists to make 8 208( to case you care to stay the Board as well as most Into the !'bottom and have tremendous
The, big-mouthed, hungry ok L servings of three-fourths cup around and check _. _. school 1J] or a letter to that ef- holding power in pro. outboard motor to loosen It,



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-: Section 1 Par! Six WbFORO COtrUTV TEIJBOttA'! : !*. ATARK19.. rtORIO THURSDAY, FEB., 1968


Ing of the PTA will be I Miss Ester Barber of Lawtey,

Wednesday night. Feb. 14 ''I a student at RJE. Evening

I County Zoning By Year's End Roberts Says I 7:30 parents: in and the Interested cafetorlum., I service Rev. Sampson.at 6:: with message by

caters are Inivltad to attend.

CHURCH NEWS
I ACTIVE AT :SFJC
Land use maps for the ness makes .lor thoroughness the zoning classification for exrept for one item-work ona of the five feet eight inches Mt. Morlah I II

county's four zonlnst: areas "I think the committee will each area be presented to door The Commission authorized NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED that is standard for Filipinos. Church Rev. H P. I Tom Hardin son of Mr. and ,

have been completed and his; have enough evidence when the Board for study and tenta- full payment to Triest I That solved one problem pastor. Church School. 10 Mrs. L,, V. Hardin! of Starke

iommlttee is beginning workon through/ to tell why our lands tive approval as t It Is finished. Construction exicpt: lor $750 CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYGRADUATES but more were to come. A few m. Morning Worship I 11 a. i I has been an active member of

actual clasiltlcntlon of will be zoned in a particular That way, Roberts saW: the belli: held out until the door days later he was aroused Afternoon service 4 p. I the<< Santa Fe Junior College
Committee Roberts said., won't waste time Is fixed. student body this He In
:tnd's Zoninx i-lassiflcatlon committee with Holy Communion. I year.
I from his oversize bed by an
Chairman George Robeits told Adoption of a zoning ordinance -:, setting up classifications the -Decided to heat the proposed "A""r" .. ,- the RJE gym at 7:30. All fans I earthquake, which threatenedto Church of God In I prenltlent) of Circle: "K" service -

(he County Commission Weclr from another county, a Commission can't approve. new couitliou.se; with .: are invited to attend and shake the house down and Rev. D. A. Williams club, Hetretary of the IItuc'nt -

lIesday. quickie job would not standup To his knowledge Roberts fuel oil after a report from cheer for the team of your soon thereafter came his first Notice! Prof. Harold KoviTniTK-nt\ and charter

A proposed zoning code in court which will be the I reiterated no county In the a consultiliK/ engineering firm choice. This will be the big experience with a Pacific typhoon and the Boggj Specials bel'I president of the Santa Fo Forum -

should be completed he put I real test of the proposed new state southeast! or any whereIn stated that would be most gest game of the season for which, flooded the area. 'appear Saturday!, Feb 10. at I organization. He is Interested
the I he said. the has slanted economical. in a law degree and la
before the Commission by zoning code country a both teams. In spite of these experiences, p. m. Admission free.
Roberts said,I The committee is ordinance toward -Discussed funds to finance currently studying for an
end of this year. working zoning agri- The Reno Recreation bas Bob Is enjoying the work as public Is Invited. I

admitting committee is I Ion the Hampton area now cultural interests. Most are paving the Santa Fe Lake ketball tournament will be .a modern math specialist and Antioch: Baptist undergraduate ,degree.. in busl-
Roberts said. The Commission slanted toward urban Rond. The County ha* $131.- : ness admlniHtratlon.GKNKHAL
yorklng slowly areas. held March 1-2 in the RJE is very popular with students Rev. L. W. Thomas .

But Roberts! said that slow-, screed! to his suggestion that Areas around:!, the four municipalities 000 in secondary road funds gym. City League 'basketball and school officials Sunday School 10 a. m. : EDUCATIOVLASSES

in the county will accrued with the State UoadDepartment is being held every Saturday SCHOOL NEWS Supt. Willie Brown in '
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be "zoned more rigidly than and that amount l morning at 9 o'clock. Founders': Day will be cele- Morning Service at 11. I

other areas," Roberts said.A will be supplemented with ,, '. ,r There will be a Record Hop brated Friday night Feb. 16, Ing Service at 1. I I! General. Education Clnwes!

request for up to $150 to funds left over from pavingthe ,I, 1 following the game Saturday with an Interesting programfor Greater Allen Chapel :1'for ad lit, In English: arithmetic .

purchase land use maps was hydrocarbons roaJ. No .1' '.' k.:1: night at the Recreation Cen, your entertainment. The Church a':v. L. A. hi tory and reading
i, the reason Roberts approached word has been received on -, ;! public is invited. pastor. S' mday School 10( *ill 'be ta ght by Mrs. Gladys

the Board Wednesday., : The when paving will begin on J/; ',, i;' ( ter.Activities are being held Dental Health Is being observed m. wt: : Mrs. P B. Delestre WasA.n on Monday and Thurs

Board approved. his ;request either of the roads. "t.IIUI! dally at the center from 4 to' by the students at RJE charge. Morning Service day lights,, at 7 pm. Jrt the

and Roberts said that before Received an Itemized report 6, and on Friday and Saturday Hit.' The observance will be 11 vlth the Junior Church new Vocational Technical

I the new budget Is made this from Jones Funeral Homeon FROM : nights from 8 to 11. terminated In the Elementary charge. The speaker will Training Center In Starke.
summer he will present estimates !- the county's ambulance DAVTONA BEACH ROBERT WADE SERVES I
UNLIMITED Department with a programby . .
:.. on the costs of drawing service. Jones reported a net Willie L. Bright, son of Rev. WITH PEACE CORPS the Special Education! .', .. .. -, -Ji_ ,:
I the zoningcode.. deficit In ambulance operation and Mrs. D. I* Bright of Law-
up Wade of Mrs.
Robert son
OPPORTUNITY classes at 9:30: taday: [Thurs
.k .. I Roberts placed a $20,000 costs of 3648. Expenses totaled tey, graduated Friday. Jan. Pauline Grant Route 1, day] In the cafe tor ium. NOTICE
.0. price tag on the value of the $2t.88) ln('ome from 26. from the Mary Karl Vocational Starke is the first Negro
:. The regular monthly: meet-
i AWAITS EVERY services his committee has leceived p'I'on'lslnq!! \ the ambulanceswas Division program! in Peace Corps volunteer to 'be

.t- Q from the University of $&240. and the county electronics at Daytona Beach assigned to a vocational schoolIn CHICKEN FARMERS

AMERICANAbraham Florida. It would have" cost at contribution $12.000. Junior College.Mr. the Philippines. He i id a I IIOMEOWNER'SSPECIAL

ct least that much had a private Pasted a resolution urging Bright began work graduate of RJE High School: DO YOU NEED
.
ii Ji t firm done the same work he i the State Road Department to Monday, Jan. 20 at the Martin and Hampton Institute,
Lincoln from
I rose said. resume it's policy) stopped a Co. in Orlando as a tech Va. I FOR FEBRUARY
Hampton O SAWDUST AND
humble beginning to the County-wide zoning is goingto I month ago of installing culverts nician. He Is a 1963 graduateof i He teaches in the Cagayan
Presidency of our great na RJE High School.RECREATION I All Replaceable Faucets
become a reality {Roberts to private residents on Valley College of Arts &

... tion. Today, too, we all told the Commission sayinghe state highways. If the state NEWSIn Trades and has had many SHAVINGS
.
share an unlimited oppor- has heard some protest doesn't >2o It the burden will basketball last week. the unusual experiences. one of REBUILT $5.00 i

Q tunity to reach our goals. against the committee's work. fall on the county the com' Reno basketball team defeated which was trying to find a Plus Parts FOR YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES

.' This bank pledges our share Anyone violently opposed to I missioners feel. Gainesville Boys Club by bed that would fit his slx-loat. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL
a score of 72-62. On Saturday
the proposed zoning ordinance QUALITYPLUMBING
to help on the journey.We two-inch frame. Finally some-
you
"better meet with us I the TilE RIGHT POINT for the night Feb. 10 the Reno Recreation -
one remembered that a student CO.OF LINDBERG HENRY ,
write. Come in Falcons an'3 the Bradford -
: committee) and help come up way you :
in the college shop had, STARKE J
will be closed with something they can live and select your favorite ES- Hawks will play the Daytona -
I I by mistake some years ago Phone 961-5039 752-7305; LAKE CITY
with," the chairman stated. TEKBROOK fountain prr. Beach Recreation and <<
made a bed which was six
Feb. 12th
Monday, I
TELEGRAPH. Semi-Pro basketball team in
I He again invited anyone to feet, eight Inches long. instead.:
meet with the committee as it
I
.... works each second and fourth

.. FULL SERVICE BANKING Thursday in the courthouse.In ; I I
other action the Commission -

,. ... HOME OWNK1),; ) HOME OPEKATEI: I : I_
1 -Set Its next meeting date.

March (6. for a healing on a
:: The Community State Bank petition to close a road off

I SR 1 18 east of Hampton on _
i the property of James BartJey.'I .
STARKB The petition to close the road (IISKII! ; V.\ctI11l\1 elecner. reconditioned i

MEMBER F. D. I. C. 'I was submitted to the Board by CARL BEGGS ,
a' Attorney George Pierce. If you find your name among the Classified Ads:;!, I $15 up. 10 different I.
Heard Judge Yawn announce Gulf Service name brands to choose from. I

that summary judge- come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO I USED PARTS Parts & excellent repairs aN

ments have been entered in Top Prices! fur Wrecked !Cars makes. KIRBV( SAL S &
1 .... NOBODY WALKS SALE- NOBODY WALKS Circuit Court here ending the FREE" PARSES to Florida Theatre or :.101 Drive- 24 Hour Wrecker Service SERVICE) 712 N. Main. GuineaVllle .-

1966and 1987 tax suits Theatre Passes in.ir i 376-7110. tfchg

BONANZA'S "NOBODY brought against the county by .I -C Fuel Oil --

:- WALKS{ SALE" Container Corp.\ of America. AAA S II Ureen Stamp AT
t The timber !firm has been ordered .- I Hwy. SOI N. Waldo I LAST!
HASTINGS MATTRESS
"See!'; The Cuys: With The lied Tie a to pay taxes owed plus CLASSIFIED AU 448-1918 A HOME OWNERS
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
: r They Will Ke Offering Each Customer -i penalties on I960 taxes. HATKHl 710 tumuli St. l'aJathaFurniture POLICY

: A Large\ -Was !told. W City Councilman :'. ... IB word. -... llaMa.
: < 33CO:: IACY CONWAY I For Mobile Homes
Nell Tusker that a. low Kurd: ....... u..f IS ___ ..VTtCtlrn Repaired J-L.YOTO. SERVICE I SLEEt CONSOLE
: : GE AUTOMATIC WASHER bid of-4)5.50) () has been received Upholstered & Refinished I-TJQHT That Qualify TAKE: UP PAYMENTS on 2-
: hnr* 1C outPHld INSTRUCTION. Airplane
: FOR ONLY 89.00. from Bradford: Engineering' Co. la .. :J
the Joint
of Starke to pave FROM KEYSTONE
,UJliMOHIAI.N. RUSOM "IUNII New Innersprinjfa Charter. Keep your party together I Console like new. 4-speed record

: With I Every Mobile Home Sold sidewalk project of the Commission and I' v.... p.r, nrd. arid Box Springs :I -- charter a bua. phone George E. LaRue changer. Balance due,
: School Board, .. $68 or $8!J per month. Also
During/ February :iIU : CARD OP I'IIPiNKS I IKO Drop Ua A Curd or CaD;,9H4-60Sf tfchg INSURANCE AGENCY( :
... COLOR TELE-
S good buy on
>- City.Was word t>* leu '::1.1. '
U Q PRICES START ttI:: : told'.'by George Rob Kuril: word o".r (M> .1' PALATKA EA 5-9106 INSURANCEAT I Keystone lit",. 473-4692: !} VISION. Phone COLLECT

$4 995 erts of H. C. Wall Insurance -I MRS. PEGGY SHALLEK j REDUCED RATES ,I Jacksonville 353-1946. anytime
AS LOW AS __ 1
: Agency that the county liability SILVER SANDS LAKE 209 E. Adklna St. AUTO, FIRE, BOAT : u..k for Credit Manager.

: .9 and workmen's compensation Stark $2.700 to $::1.500GA'rJ
: ,z "siO .policies were reinstatedJan. INSURANCE AGENCY our late comers. Tap Ballet, '
I : 1 Warehouse, 1606 Main St.,
S & On Large 12 x 64, 3 BR, g .: 4.with alight seductions }HONE LAKE tfchgA Aero. etc. Ph. 064-7098. tfchg Jacksonville Fla 4tchg 2129|

Hi Bath Mobile Homes g in premiums because,of a good H $3,575: to $!,275 I \ I I

a l Selection accident rate.Accepted. EASY TERMS : Claiwlfied Ad In the TELEGRAPH I "IT'S NEVER: TOO LATE
See Our
S S Big 0< -... bids on a new I bring r...iit.. :' JIMMY MOORE'S TO LEA UN." Register Now.
Icow! See S. McKay
I I mowing machine. auto Inspec- Adult Education: claxsrs. Elementary -
:S BONANZA OPEN, DAILY8a..ni.to tion equipment and gas and : J..1: : Keystone Heights Myers Power ToolsArea : SUN SPORTS and Secondary

U ; RAlnAA 8 p.m.o > oil, All were taken under consideration Supplies 473-4740. or 473-4152: Headquarters For rhcme 964-5311 or 9646150.
M BILE I'hone: 473-481U
"I "UU SUNDAYS for a tabulation.Was Lawnmower* Power Tools ;JIOOKI: noT ronOI'B HchgIIACKIIOE
S '
N = __ 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. told:!,,by County Agent FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE, MrCulloch ChaIn Saws; :MONEY' ;

.S oZ L1 COw George Hugglns that open I I a. ready for occupancy. 3 bed Pumps & Water Systems I Stnrkn Ph. 081-5791 DOZERS

Bank Financing house and dedication cere- room ''Ha bath. ocatcd I just' Briggt &: Stratton Engine I SERVICE DUMP; TRUCKS:

SU The f monies of the new agriculture outside of city limits In I, Rental* Sale. Sen'Ice MOTOR GRADER

I. "Just Look For The ttI:: building are set for Sunday, Plnebrecze. Easy rronthly' 230 N.E. 16th Ave. Like New White Swan fiberglass
TOOLS AND 25-TON CRANE
S Area tW'ir' i Tall Cowboy" Feb. 18. Dedication will be at terms. Longchamp CCIlst:: Co. Galnesvllla 376-3411 fishing boat only
I
: :, I' 2 p. m. and the open house LADDERSFOR Contact Bufoid Mitchell tfrhg $165.00 DRAG LINE, Vt YD.Ditches .

: :::3 Largest BONANZA will last from 2-5 p. m. pone 964-68S3. P. O. Box TYPEWRIT/OR RKNTALSi: ": : j jl a 10 IIP Johnson ony $63.00:

Volume MOBILE\ HOMES -Took no action on a third 238 Starke. tfobvBest >ay week or month.--Bradford -' 2-1-68 0
S 25O RENT County Telegraph. Phone PUMPSNEW
the Vote
a proposal from Shupe
4131 N. W. 13th St. 1-
g 4-8S05.. tf I
De.lerS ing Machine Co. that the i AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE
S Gainesville Time To BuyOff
S 0t county purchase voting ma- TIlE RIGHT POINT for the Dug
DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Season Prices ESTATE a a In
REAL write.
way you Come Lots Cleared
Phone 372-4285
S -: __ __ 0< chines.Was Home? .,
own a Longcnamp Deep & Shallow Wells
select favor'tt ES-
a : told by Architect New & Good Used BUY- SELLTRADE and your
Better built for Florida liv- Fill Dirt
Water Softeners & Filters I
Frank George that the agri- ; TERBROOK fountain pen.
CS culture building is complete.: ing. Your plans or ours LawnmoweraFIRESTONESTARKE BILL POWELL Expert Service On TELEGRAPH.

C NOBODY WALKS SALE NOBODY WALKS Your lot or ours. contact Bu. Real Estate All Makes
ford Mitchell phone 964-
6853, P. O. Box 238, StarketfCLlg. I 404 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7061 HOUSE for rent or sale, 612 R. E. 'Bob'Daley

: : Phones: Off. 964-64C4 DURRANCE PUMP V.> Pratt St. corner of Polk

.. ...,... .'v"/r;.#'\'"..;.o.!?,,...,",,,...!, THANK YOU"NOTES-Beau- AND SUPPLY CO. & Pratt Inquire Old Trading ,
< la or in the
tifully engraved gold 3 bedroom home coun
YOUR BEST BARGAIN ADULT -I Post or Phone 964-72SB tfchff
: .e..cI. BASIC AND GENERAL silver. 1.25 for box of 25, Including try. Priced to sell.
TilL RIGHT POINT for th<1
J Oat EDUCATION CLASSES. ENROLL envelopes. Bradford 2 bedroom home In the city. I FOR RENT unfurnished 3
E le I way you write. Come Ir
County Telegraph. tf Must sacrifice. I bedrom house. Convenient to
NOW. ELEMENTARY _
_
and select your favorite ES
.4\.0-/:4
.. ,
S aS ... ...'" "'..,...'" ,.,......\.,.. I AND SECONDARY.; Phone REDUCE: safe simple and '235!' acres. Partially improved. TERBROOK fountain pen. I shopping area. $65 per. mo. 117 South 3rd St.
417 W. Call St. Call 475-4270
964-5344 964-6150. Itchg
or
fast with Gobese! Tablets. On- WE BUY used furniture ap. Palatka, Fla.
aE : ; long Distance. tfchg
!1y 98('. Kooh's Drug l8tp! 2'22' of value. SPIOCIALJZINO In sales o
E WHERE EVERYTHING IS RIGHT TO THE TASTE NoW :MOBILE: HOMES chic- pllanrea or anything Phone 325-3496
I Koal Estate and in
kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- Over Duhmers Discount House, 964. appraisal S LADY TO LIVE INMY home
I No. 589-Choice Buy. I 7923. ttehg for estates corporate and Individual and share References,I
CleniHon Layton travel tra.ilerll expenses.
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 290 acres timber & pasture. 30
I, LIbi'rty" Taylor, Azalea. owners. years ex- required. Write "M". Drawer
I Modern home close In. Below J. FutchCHRISTMAS In Florida land FOR
Floyd perleivre mat SALE
I :21 cu freezer.
Buy. "I1. trade Year hank financing A. Starke. Itrhg
$200 per acre. ters. A. J. Thomas, Licensee; Call 533-2056:
: ( after 6 or week-
: Try Our Delicious Buffet ,BUCKHYK free net :up TRAILBR and delivery dwelling No. B30-unfinished 20 acres-Just frame$3.- LEFT :UNCLAIMED LAYAWAVS Real Estate Broker, Stark a, JOHNSON'S STORE. Waldo.'I ends. tfchg

: "tAlt'I" 1N.J::. :., filii! I2:.! Blanilinjf.. 900. Terms.No. SEWING MACHINES: We Fla Tel. 9154-57O1. tfthj( Pla.--New and nearly new ladles' -I 2 LOTS -Crystal Homesltes.
mem' and children!
.lax. 77I-H77H. !tl'hK 823: -Hog Farm. 90 acresIn have two 19(38 Dlal-O-Mallc:. .I : I Each lot .100 x 185. Lake front
: SKKVKI: ) DAILY) clothes and .slioes very cheap.<< ;
Bradford County fenced & that have never been
Re- Zig Zags | piivlleges. For sale or tradefor
FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR MASONRYMATERIALS 8tp 3 28 1
andCommel'clnl. cross fenced hog house with used. They were Christmas layaways i car. Ph. 964-6215 2tchg
Service. Home
Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet Igeratlon I
centrul heat & water. A 3 BR I ;
( never picked up. CUStomers LAYER FAFM:\< -4 buildings.
Phone 473-3090
C 11:00: a. m. to 2:00: ) J p. m. Goo: pm. to 9:00: p.m. P. O Box 19, Kev.stone. tfchtt\\1 bath home w-flre-place, A left aieu. You can have 30.000 capacity. One year old.I HELP WANTED Mature
1-mun operation hogs & cattle these machines for the balance -I 4 bedroom home 53000. woman to work In retail store.

VALID REASONS for /selling I optional. 35000. 29 Pet. of $47 each. Cash or Ready Mix Concrete, Con- Terms Ph. PC4-5098) Up Reference! Apply Jerry's

tl 25 Two Hot 4 45 this hen farm (grossing $16,000( downSTROUT RFJALTY terms. Phone COLLECT Jacksonville crete Block, Sand. Rock Thilft Shop. 118 W. Call
WILL KEEP! children
in my Stmke.
nut lust Modern home 353-1946. anytime.Ask lip
Entrees year Cement. Mortar Steel. Oyster -
2117 I N. Temple Ave.,
home. day or night. 418 B.Thomp'ton .
:. J. for Credit Manager Will
truck and tractor. A.
-
Starke. F1a.f Shell. Umerock, Roof Pli. I J. R Dwore
:. Two( Vegetables! Thomas. Realtor, Staike' Fla. ((904)) 964-6609 deliver, no obligation. Gravel, Precast<
Tel! 64-5701.. ltchg Stchg 229;; I FOR RENT-3 room efficiency FOR SALE i pinto Barreli

Assorted Salads! FOR SALE-'66 Dodge Dait Window Bill. Everything/ apartment nicely furnished i horse 3 1-2 yr Also one 3-yr.
FOR' RENT-2 bedroom apt. FOR REf'oo'"T3' bedroom cot- .
for
Rolls Butter like new, 120500. StsrkeBulithr's Mwtonry ICunatructton.I Adults. Renner. Apt. 633 Mc- I old pony. Call R. M. Hersey,
with kitchenette. Ph
: tore attractively furnished on I
Itp Jr.
I 0848763.It Supply. Mahon. 964-6279. Itchg Keystone Hts. 473-4435.
Kingsley Lake year round
: I I' '
Tea Coffee
FOR SALE-.67 Camaro.:Small FucM and gas, heat. all modern 3 LARGE NICE rooms and, FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnished -
RENT 3 BR
HOUSE I R.. Kitchen.FOR Family: Room. equity, take up .payments.I II ,. conveniences. Mrs. J.V.., BradfordEngineering bath. $45.00. You pay utilities I| house with .furnished

fcncedlnb'ckyard Mike Richardson Jones" Fun Kincaid. 964-7331. tfchg No children. Upstairs. O I rental cottage on same lot-
large storage room I
eral Home. Itp: ; Co. Stout Waldo 468-1408. Located
1
ltp block from BItS
1% lit 610 Pinewood. FOR SAIE, by owner 1903

vw( Call Jacksonville 389533i i FOR RENT-Offlc* space ap- Ford Oalx. 4 dr. Radio. All:1 Phone Starke FOR SALE -- 3 bedroom. 2 1 and School Starke Rental Elementary
would
I i tdAyl: I or 331-4302 fevcninasl.llchg J.I J., pro, 810 sq. ft. 130.( Lawrence Cond. Auto. Trans. A-I condition bath concrete block home In | make payment If unit financed.

': Apply Keystone $1295. 1. O. DallDfmpsey .
I I Bl..d. Keystone1.1 964-5403 Saratoga Heights Phone 1)647309 ) \ Contact
I ( LouUse 633
Renner.
Cleaner for key and Motel, Phone 904- or 9U4-S3S9:; after 5 p. mtfchg :
I : McMahone. ,.
PI
984-6279.
.1 i '1'. F. Uowell details. 2tp 215| ; 7S91. 2tp 211i i. _
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BRADFORD COUITY TELEGRAPH ,


llARi.. tt+LbRIDS THURSDAY, FEB. 8. 1968 SECTION g PAGE Z

.


i'r w h't Student Deplores InadequateHeat I




In! High SchoolDear /



The/ Street That Refused To Die 0. i ti' '' f, Ai Editor: cold weather? system In order for a' new

Ineffectual heating la a serIous Some classrooms have no+ system to be effective, It.fa

Not so very long ago there many other towns and cities matter at Bradford High heating facilities whatsoever. imperative that something be

were those who looked upon Call throughout the nation is experiencing r School. I feel that the situation Some of the most frequentedrooms done abou the school buildings
a reversal of the one-time 1 warrants close attention In the school, the 'restrooms themselves Buildings as old
the -
Street and dismayed by number A classroom. cold that also helve! no heat. Thla as B & C buildings cannot be
of vacant buildings[ appearing trend to move everything out of students must wear their in Itself can ,be extremely lrrltlng. expected to )properly contain
the central business district. Once
on the scene, were ready to write r ,rn (heavy coats in order to taj heat no matter what the sys

the "heart of town" off the booksas the problem of parking is licked ;r., warm >Is hardly a proper learning Those classrooms that have tem. .r*

a lost cause. it has been proved that businesswill atmosphere. heat are heated by radiators., To deviate from the main

"You can't stop progress," they; return to the central district, r'' ''f r YB y+, How can a student be expected When the radiators are on and purpose of this letter, I would

said. "You can't buck the trend if made convenient for shoppers. ; a .,. to pay attention and working, they offer very little like to point out that many.'

from the old central business Although a start has been made participate during class whet distribution ot heat. While the students as well as the.citi

away district. with the enforcement of our two- It takes all he can do to keep first couple of rows of students tens of Bradford County.-'teel

hour parking limit much more warm? At times, even faoultj' next to the radiator are perspiring that it Is a serious discrepancy:
And for a time, it looked as if be done with the establish- members must retreat to the< the students on the when a county spends aknoat

they might be right. can 'warmth of the lounge for other side of the room shiver. extravagantly to provide' Qje
ment of off-street parking lots.
Then a strange thing happened.The 'ir few minutes of relief There >Is a partial solution to very best for some portions.

vacant buildings began to Some far-sighted and progressivecities ''I' Many parents have been Informed this problem. That is, to close of the educational program,

fill up again Some attractive new have already taken steps in by their angry daughters the door. This action however, and deprives Its high school of

businesses appeared on the scene, this direction acquiring propertyand ,,; that the administration will cause those on the cold substantial funds to proeure

and others remodeled their store demolishing old, vacant build- bas refused them +tperJnS! lon; aide of the room to become the basic and very necessary.

fronts and enlarged their stocksof ings and converting the space into V 1 Y ''r'r 14' '' p to wear slacks to school. ands comfortably warm, while the supplies/ and classroomfacl' -

goods. The Chamber of Commerce off-street parking. Our neighboring f ,- itr t ., ., r R any circumstances, [even the people on the other side are lltles.'w -
; moved Into the heart ,of Lake City is one of these 1I y ,,,., recent 28 degree tempera perspiring even worse and are I feel I should point outiba'tit

and the effect on the central ture] Since classrooms oWei even more uncomfortable.Soon is not my intention to tils-
the district and converted an old been little comfort and students e.renot the,room la so stuffy thatIt grace my school or its administrators
there has
outmoded building into an assetto business district allowed to enter them Is unbearable.The but to stir discussion

the area. There was even some dramatic. during lunch or break, then only real answer to this and action on this matter.

talk of purchasing and convertingthe There are those who say that i? ( why are girls not allowed, to very real problem Is a new Sincerely,

old bank building at the cor- the city does not owe it to 'the N 1 ti h? ". ,,,y, r int'l eil" n?, protect themselves from theEditor. and more efficient heating Linda Colson.

ner of Call and Walnut Streets downtown merchants to provide i i, 7(, w r 'iy' f* '1'ttu'e *'
',K"' + ,
But + 1r:. u'a4rx t ( + '1 ,r
i'
with off-street parking. 9
them
into a public library or some other Peace Corps ; public health, community
those who feel this must lose
useful purpose. way development, education,
About this same time, the sight of the fact that it was' the e Teat ScheduledFor 'And cooperative development.The .

troublesome problem of shortageof downtown propery owners whose 'r' '+ x ,, a 4i Feb. 17 placement test, which'

parking spaces in the downtown taxes largely paid for the opera- takes about an hour and' a
tion of the city throughout its Starke area residents Interested half determines how. an applicant
when
the district Police was Department partially solved started enforcing more than a century of existence t sv, 't ''r ; -'YS rn is,r'M',. ,',' + ; ,, .1'F",, in putting their skills can best be utilized
to payoff + M''h ;g ? Telegraph: to use !in developing nations overseas. It measures general
the two-hour parking limit including helping ? Tjr 1 1 J,: X17: 1 i."x+ by r rF In this day of Vietnam, demonstrations. around the world) are Invitedto aptitude''and ability to ]learn.

breaking up the practice of bond issues for improvementssuch North Korea, take the Peace Corps Placement a. language, not education or

all-day parking by store employeesIn as paved streets sewer sys- draft card burnings, and draft !; Test at 1:30: p. m. Sat ,present knowledge of a foreign

spaces that were needed for tems, street lights, and even the dodgers, etc., It is heart-warm- urday Feb. 17. The test 'will language. The test requires -

the use of would-be shoppers. municipal power plant itself. Certainly Traffic Congestion Over Tallahassee Irte to find we still have some be 'given In Room 131, Federal no preparation and 13

With the availability of parking it would not benefit the nUghty fine people in this Building, 403 S. E. First non-competitive an applicant

business began to improve city to see its central business '\\ Ave& ., Gainesville. 'can neither pass nor
spaces and merchantsfelt district deteriorate to the extent Recently driving from Jack- Volunteers need not have a fall.

along !Call Street to improve their that, property owners would quit FARMER'S DIARY ,.ionvtlle to Wllllston. my car college degree, ass broad Persons ''Interested In seziv-

encouraged with consequentloss developed fuel pump trouble range of skills are needed for fog In the Peace Corps must
stores and update their ""Blocks of paying taxes, The 'days of winter are know;' there is no way to keep at. 10:15: 'p. m. We limped In overseas programs in agrlcul-! fill out an application, if& they

merchandise. There was a noticeable of city revenue. numbered' now, and unless we the. ,,pests from gobbling up to Starke and the first stationwe have not already done so and
change in atmosphere from Yes .Call Street has re get waive extremely: cold weath the' berries' ,as fast as they came to was Super Test. present it to the tester before

pessimism to optimism. Christmas fused to die in spite of dire pre er soon, this! season will' go ripen. ,* The fellows there got a new taking the test. Applications

business, was reported bet- dictions. The process of rejuvena down ,in history as a mild of fuel pump from a gentleman fect.Question: What Is the maximum may be obtained from local

ter than ever last December.The tion could be speeded up greatly one. The groundhog saw his We tried, many ways from Parts Service Co., 'who penalty that can be assessed post) offlcea or'from the PeaceCorps
of
that has been however with a little planningsuch shadow l last week, eo we are keeping them out our berry even left one of his favorite for violation of the / Washington, D. C.
built an
time
progress downtown dist- as is now taking place in supposed to have a lot morewlnt'or patch, and one consisting TV:: programs to open up. Then Selective Service law? 20523.
in the ,
made electronic scarecrow
cities throughout but it could be that these three fellows Installed Answer: The maximum
rict in recent months is encouraging many progressive he la> out of date and not using A of long strips of aluminum the penalty 'that can be assessed 'Prices Rise

and indicates that Starke, like the land. data based on our eagle-eyed foil whloh glittered in the catch sun. When pump.they got through. I for any one violation of the''
+ihung to
tin. /
cams
and
\ 3.1 Per Cent
satellites.. makea .found out they were really Military Selective Service Act
Is : air movement and
Work GratifyingWhen any
interest In Cemetery noisy' racket? But one still, supposed to close the stationat of 1967 Is imprisonment Of- rJ Durftig 1967
As a I result, the berry plant By Sam McGarvey dark day the rdblna were back 10:30: -yet It was five min not more than five years or a

The Telegraph starteda gets under way. ingshave not been held back In .the patch, soul, several of utes to 12 when they got fine of not more than $10,000, Consumer prices roso 3.1
is( thoroughly and to with no
asking Once the cemetery them,, had the audacity through my car. or per
drive early in January, The will.be foraging in, the ...
cleaned it is hoped' -those. ..o( ..fruitvfprma.nyj.wehs., : on hey. onrthe'BcarecrowItaelf. -"Weedlessto! say,VIel"e! onment. '"'""' "in* atght for 1968, according i
fund for had killed some
contributions : .
for a heavy IrosU we've !iberry ;patches; getting
will be grateful for their help. Question: How many men to a recent report bythe
very
thorough cleaning of longneglected who have property there some of ,the ,bloom, thus cur- fruit to go- along with their, They had never seen me before are registered with the Selective U. S. Ln/bor/ Department>

Crosby Lake Cemetery i the sug- inspired and encouraged to keepit tallln'g' production, but so far other feed, And, HO far as we ., of course, I'll be a Super Service System, In which The consumer price index:

Jested goal of $1,000 seemed more in better condition than in the +t'hore! has not been a single "Mt ___ i I -Test booster from now on. classifications are there the for Dlicernber Increased three-

in the realm of wishful thinking pMt It is also hopedthat some hard freeze which: stripped the -Ralph W. Weir greatest number of registrants teniths 'of Vone per cent for tho

than possibility. plan for perpetual care can be plant of fruit. and. bloom. NEWS And NOTES '' Weir Theatres ,, and how many orb>> third consecutive month. At

In the ensuing six[ weeks, however developed after the initial[ cleaningis ''An' Open House will !be held Wllllston, Fla. deferred as students ,the same time, wholesale! prices.cent

it has become evident that completed.The at the new Agriculture Centerat For Today's HomemakersBy Dear Mr. Matthews: Answer there: As were of some September 35,000.- rose the six-tenths biggest Increase of one per of theY.eIlr.
1987.
interest was greater than expected bad condition of the ceme- the fairgrounds on Feb. During this time of war registered+ with the. .

and the goal is now within tery has been a. source of distressfor 18. George Hugglns says It Martha Sue McCain ,distrust, and unrest every Selective 000 men Service System. The rAfter comparative stability

Teach. The amount contributed a long time. Although some will
passed the $700 mark this week, individual lots are well kept the no long speeches to-come just in Economics Agent that we, the people of Bradford greatest number of registrants food prices rose four-tenths> of
chance for people Home for
December
und with a little more response on general condition is so bad that the facilities and County, shallComeback : are Class V-A [over the a d' one per cent !In.
and new
the part of those who have not home folks are embarrassed for get better see acquainted with the to God. In of liability for service 1: 15,- an increase of 1.3 per cent over

yet contributed, the $1,000 goal out of town visitors to see the services available. for farmers MISS HOLSTEIN RETIRES each. seeking His will and His roar 300.000; Class in-A father[ the: The year.consumer price Index:
March.It packages, 10-ounces cy, not only for ourselves but hood and hardship] : 3.900-
.
reached "Two
could be by neglect. in this area. Helen D. Holstein December was 118.2 compared
Mlas
spinach; neighbors, hero and. IV-A [veterans in
our Class
frozen and
chopped, 000
work each, ;
is hoped that the can District Extension Home Economics to 117.8 In November.
We grateful to all who have one- abroad.. surviving! sons]:
are Juice; sole
before The traditional first plantingdate on ,2 teaspoons lemon and market
retiring that
Is a
the spring
be> done in early Agent This mean
date
the fund and hope oneetghthteaspoon That we shall humbly the same
to On
contributed salt
at Feb. 14 la coming up serving half teaspoon ; 2600000. and services
hot and 29, after basket of goods
as
the weather gets too until February 2% for all those In whom we 1.600.000 deferred .
continues muchevidence cups
that the interest and yet :we've seen not with the Flor- pepper; pray there were cost CIO In base years of
soon as the fund is complete, a for nearly 18 years or chick have) entrusted the leadership students and 400,- that
the $1,000 goal is reached. Donations of 'land prepared Agricultural Extension cooked diced turkey as college the index 1957-59, now costs
committee will meet and plan the have come from many points that date Time 'was when ida She will makeher, ,en! one 10% ounce can condensed of our city, county, state, and 000 deferred because of their i UI 1

I work that is to be done. Althoughit in Florida, as well as out of state, farmer around here were all Senvlce.future home in Columbia, S. + cream of chicken soup; nation. status. as high school students. !'2jr'N '
will be necessary to hire labor that even those who sot ''to go by then ready to one-fourth cup light cream: Those who are the least
have indicating front?" with early C. parmesan governed are the best governed -
for the heaviest work there for "dare the Mills Hoi- one-fourth cup
have been gone from here of vegetables. In announcing few grains pa- ." [Borrowed quotation..
already been several offers from plantings retirement Dr. M. O. cheese, grated; '
many years, still have a keen interest stein's Therefore let all of us> :remember
volunteer workers and more are director, Florida prlka. ,
expected when the job actually in this project.is In our plantings around our Agricultural Walking Extension Service 'Thaw spinach enough to se that our State Legislature G Mi x .'i r>Z Y Af y. i P PV; .'. +5 Y ;r
f
:yard we ''have several specimens praised her loyal service and parate. Preheat oven to 350 in particular Is havinga 'yA rW / r ,
of the Spanish bayonet, decrees [moderate)I. Spread serious problem in finding

Shoplifters Make Prices Go Up and' right offhand, we'd say dedication Miss Holstein to extension.Joined the spinach in a l/4" quart cas adequate funds for our schoolchildren

that 'tht&'plant is well roamed In Florida serole. Sprinkle lemon Juice, They need) our pray-
Service
It is by no means a friendly Extension salt and pepper over spinach. era-not stones being cast at ,y
who read the recent the pilferage carried on by 1952 as Assistant Economist
Anyone plant, and seams to like nothing Spread turkey or chicken over f 9
picture story in Life magazine some store employees. The intricate better than, to jab anyone in Food Conservation. 1959, aplnach. them.Let the people, one and

about shoplifting must reach the and devious processes by within reach, and while Its she became district home economist Blend soup and cream: heat all In this election year "med era

conclusion that this is one of the which they mulct their employersare barbs may not be poisonous, agent. In this Home capacity and pour over chicken. Sprinkle itate" more and argue less. 4 1
almost unbelievable. Retailersare won't .do any good she has directed over vote to ap 4
most brazen varieties of petty they you Extension In 20 cheese and paprika Indeed, when we
crime in which a person can in fighting back against shoplifting either. It la the porcupine of Economics and South sauce. Bake until spinach is point rather than elect any
dulge.It and pilferage in the only the plant. family, as anyone counties In East cooked and topping !la lightly ,public official national,

is evident that shopliftinghas ways they can. Beyond resortingto win one accidentally find out who backs into Florida.Miss Holstein Is a memberof browned about 20 minutes.About state, or local- then freedom.we have By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
serving: lost another precious
become big business. It is every known protective measure the Florida and American u Calories per letting some to their weight.

estimated that one out of sixty their only recourse is to pass It can !be decorated in a very Home Economics Associations l 11\1.Menu l suggestions; serve Then would-be are we Messiah tighten the CAHUY AND USE; portion Adequate, anchor line;?IS

I persons enter the' average store the losses on to honest consumers, tricky fashion, with eggshells and of Altrtua International. with, baked potatoes, ) and a chain of tryanny around our A GOOD ANCHOR concrete blockor equally Important' Under

for the purpose of stealing not by increasing prices. and no doubt has fooled a lot Bradford County has been Jellied fruit salad. Have custard necks. Although a with cement area normal! weather condltlons,,,the
filled
must ultimately inCo ,thinking it produces In Miss Holsteln's District and pall line should equal six times), the
purchasing goods. In the year Thus consumers of tourists for dessert. Think on these things. of holding a boat. ,
with for the pranks of very unusual white"blossoms.1 she has visited here on num- H. Lee means deplh of the water. If you're'
off Walter
1966, shoplifters walked pay met art awkward and inefficient
has they
She diallow -
It does, of course, erous oc aslons.- anchoring In a relatively
more than $2 billion worth of thieves who in the vast majorityof local of Extension Five Issues Starke Fla substitutes: :for a good four feet of water -
in the form of a white cluster with ,,groups area. ay
merchandise double the amount instances get off scott free above the main plant, but it Homemakers .4-Her's anchor you should, have 24 feet of

of seven years ago and during even when they are caught red- certainly does not lay eggs. and will be well remembered Of Telegraph If properly selected and used convenience ., line. The smart boataraal'car.
be both a
the 1967 Christmas season it was handed. for her many activities and SELECTIVESERVICE an anchor can of ries an extra supply to handle
vital
estimated that thefts would The next time you see a shoplifter Next to that plant, we'd cooperation over the yean.. In February r equipment.and a You piece can the unexpected situation..

amount to some $600 million plying his trade stop to classify a patch? of dead briarsas The Central Florida Home safety it to secure your boat The best anchor and line-will
that think a minute that you are helping hazard when working economics AosocsUon meetIng use be worthless it you don't know;
In a distribution system a 'lIme In 28 QuestionsAnswersQuestion overnight or to ride out heavy
firs Select

held with a lunch For the how to use it correctly. ,
be
operates on the high volume low to pay for his dishonesty around the yard. Sam was will ( The Brad ri County seas during a storm. You can anchorage carefully,
Restaurant ?
profit margin principle, the loss through higher prices to make up cleaning out a patch of undergrowth on at ,Hart Point 17, east of Pa- Telegraph years and otl,er Florida also drop the anchor while especially your If your boat' will be
and the loss. It might be worth last week, got en on Highway : I am a full-time fluhlng or swimming in open ,
from shoplifting is serious even and latka Memorial Bridge at 12 weekly newspapers, will pub- moored for several hour .or
can even be disastrous. A retailer while to report what you see to felt tangled as though In some he'd' of got them mixedup noon Saturday,. Feb. 10. Hah five Issues during Febru college student who toward has made mYbaccalaurea.te water.. overnight. Approach the'..spot

often must ring up $30 in salesto the store manager, or to the po in a !barbed-wire entagle- Dr. M. O. Watkins, directorof ary, the shortest month of normal progress and the The size and. type of anchor how Into tho wind or current,

break even after a $1 theft. lice. It will save you money in want, Trouble Is. they catch the Agricultural Extension ,the year. ''I'' ''1 school has eo notified degree my Local you choose!boat depends Is and on sort of whichever is stronger. Lower
the long run. won't let and Service, University of Florida This being leap year, February large your don't thaw the anchorinto
Equally as bad as shoplifting hold of you, go Board. I have. been classified will generally anchor
bottom
and you water. Have the line ,
starting the
you'd better be careful In Cry will .speak. 'on the role of the has 29 days wasn't
In Class I-A. Why in rocky, muddy or '' \ '
Thursday, pubIcatlon neatly coiled eo it WW un
Bag to pull them off oryoo'Uget home economist and continuing ending with a
deferment Evinrude News
I given a 11-3 student sandy. The Attettheanchor
without?
of The Telegraph.The ravel snags.
on. Cost date
tike plncu8l education
stuck a program.
The Bradford County Telea'l'BphESTABLISHED ? Service suggests that you ask let tha
of the'luncheon !Is 225. last time this occurredwas has been set,
not Answer: Probably because your local marine dealer for boat drift back, out
1879 Speaking of such things, TURKEY OR CHICKEN In,.1940, and It will' playing
time FLORENTINE happen aeain until 1996-another you hadn't requested a H-3. ainlstaince when you purchasean excess line., This creates a.

E. L. MATTHEWS Editor.. Pnbllah Sam was working one cleaning recipe 'with 28 years. There will be You must file a written request anchor. horizontal pufU on the anchor
tree, This simple
under an oak in! FebruarY.. with your Local Board The "mushroom" anchor, so and delivers the most holding
Florida' Olden Weekly!! KtwBfMpeUnder 1R'obifsiN 47eaN..aeet out the undergrowth, when a romantic name Is one that's five Thursdays! during the) for a II-S classification: before called because it looks like an power If the anchor does not

:the lease Mart ..... branch, of the oak swept across sure to win! favor with family. only' four times: and this peculiar It will be granted. W you inverted mushroom. !Is popular catch the first time, try it
burning It's easily 20th Century
his neck, producing a and friends. prepared
such small craft owner
0fsfltbed will haven't done so, make with many again.
some Insects think you'll set of circumstances!
and
ensatlon. Apparently we
In the application at once by supplyIng Many safety experts also recommend When, you retrieve the amch-
three times
each 'Thursday ai>4 entered M 8eeon4 OMH: Matter .* the tout owes had infested the branch, want' to try,it now while both occur only your Local Board with a the new lightweight or, move directly over It and
.... *. exuding some Irritating material turkey .and chicken are plen-i i 21st Century. Service like the Danf orth. The It it doesn't
M Starke. Florida order Art ef March 1ST which caused the 'burn developed -'' ,There 'will be five Thursdays completed Selective designs, 'Pull straight up.
tiful. This recipe :was
8.MoriptIetrade area! 1 year, ....HI a -!.... S&MOalaU big. sensation. and tested by USDA 'in February of 2024, 2052, and System Form 104 [obtainable anchor "flukes" or prongs dig break free, you might have to
'bottom and have treruernloiw of
into the 'use the pulling force pout
most :
well
Board
bade areai 1 year ftlMi t sadaay IS,6ei food specialists to make 8 200(1( -In caae you care to stay at the as as In. It,
school] letter to that ef holding power pro. outboard motor to> boson
or a
The big mouthed, hungry; ol is 1 servings of three-fourths cup around and cheek: r.r..I,

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.t=ij, eraL SmrvF s and Mr& 1Vlyra iPeebles, Fort Interment warn 1n the family SJNd SCREDULERAT
f.auderdale: tl.\Q.( sona.I. Nlot' 40 Baoia. h Qealtssy j\'DQ'.utIl". B.tPTtft"
For MrS. Varnes
Watkins, Starke: Smith Varn- under direction of DeWitt C. The public II tAId'" attend -.
HeJ4 Tuesday ''e-., Avon Park; slob Warns, Jones Fun4lt'8l HOlD& sms at AU Park
a
Palatka, iund'Pbrest. ,and JasseWatklnrnt I a
Baptist CJwrc on Orange
lI4DI. MMrt' Dyal V1 nws, ''FT, lretl1. of JacksOJlv1Jl.: ) 'Services Held Street, Sa.turda night Feb. yIW
widow of the late Alfred Var- two 61stera, Mrs. Amanda I
I 30.
10, starting aj :
nea died Sunday m.om1Jre ina finttth. Newport :News! Va.,and .For Mrs. Andrews Several groups of well-
starke Mrs Emma Atkins, Jackson-
after
hospltaJi an In Jacksonville known singers expected to,
extended ilhnesalMrs. v1119. "
attend .irons ther ehUlL'd1e&in
Vrnes rows born InThadford Funeral servkes. were held Mrs' Myrtle 1L Andrews died the area. see' will Include
County on Octc 24., at 2.p. m.. Tuesday, Feb. 6. In Sunday Jan 28. In a Jacksonville groups from urn and Bethel :
1890" the daughter: or the:late .Jones Memorial. Chapel with h06plta1. Baptist urches. Keyatone
.Benyant. and;Margaret Anti Charles Reese, minister! of the A native of Lake Butler, Heights Lae City, The Weeks ', -- --- -.-
D.9a1. She was a member of: First Christian. Church of Ml-s. Andrews moved\ to Jack- the Oak 0T0vQuarte
:
fhb. Bapblst: Clturot6Ourvtvlne I : Family a ; BAYLESSInOHWAYBAlT1aT RAIFORD BAPTIST JltOarnSmE BAPTIST CR4tIL BAPTIST .tL ; $ .
Stark.e, and :Rejv. W. W. Palmer sonvine In 1943 from Stal'ke t. 4" '
aN ywn daughters.Mrs. ? pastor of the Graham She 'was a member of the The pastor, Rev. Leroy ,,, C11VE'CII CBv1ZrCu CIIURCII CilURCI '0. ..ojSundap'
.
Annie\ Rye, of Pai6tka. D3aptlst Church, oftlc1a.ttng. Jacksonville Baptist Temple. Olive, e tends a cordial wel- 'I'" L.Sunday" '.. 8thool.' 10 a. m.; Schedule of Iervlcrs:" SUnday Schedule 01. services' !; falJJ,1, ..,quad 38 School ia'. a.so., .SDlIaa&.' IOf .... ,.
Surviving are her husband.W. come all. Morning WorshIp Sen1ce. 11armi School. 10 a.n. Worship, 11 day School; 9:4-3: 11I. p1 Morning Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Moraine W+stptt/1a,11 .*,'. a.:
H: Andrews; a daughter, o a1.-Iov.
and 'I $ivenipg ,WMebiQ s.1 '
P.i ; : P. ILl
Training Union. 6:30: a.m. and 7:30 >
'0 L ASS Th !'s Our Business Ml'S. Doria M. ,,Carter Jack; MADISON STREET p. m.; Evening Worah1p ':30 8:30: :p.m.p.m.- Rev.TrainingUnion Jack Training Union,, '6:45: p.:, to Bakers; ; pastor.Tbrrrsdayi ...PJ1aYOf ,.M.lrWe4pfJ

8Onvllle; two a1sters, Mra. Ada BAPTIST CRURCd ,pm.I Stout pastor.HINOSLEY Evening Service 7:45.: ,'' MidWeek V1sltatt0a 1Qr IJ A.:mSea 12244 5

CALL, WRITE or VISIT I and f. l\\(Hammock's. Nan Merritt Jacksonville, Lak&, Sunday School, 9:45.: m.w Prayer Meeting, Wed., '1:301 .Prayer 7:45'p: :Service m'' .. :Wedneaday. ,L n}, qpd OJ p.. m. r,p. m.. Rev. B4nq LFryg,. auCALV.mr -
11 Youth b4S
] Morntnlf Worship p. ''m.;' O. A. Meetlna' WIkt., LAKE
Butler.Senvlcea.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Choir Practice, 4:30: Po m. ,'1:30': p. m.: Choir Ren.artaZWed. BAPTIST CHURCh -_ RIV9 BAM'Hn'

We Deaig* lodem Store Fronts Ian, 30.. 1n wee the held MArmor1&'l'ueecsav:},! Youth Training Choir Union SUpper el5.: WMtJ 5:46.: '. .. 7:30: p. m.: ErotheThcod Sunday School ':45 ... m.MOl'II1I14r ., BAPTIST.SMYRNA. CDURCllr IIISSIONAJl1l,J .$ppdy acbopl l. 10. .. s.1. '. ; ; : ,iAPtrr al i 1'. -.:a
meeting 1a.tfl Monday Worship 11 a. m.
Chapel of Sea.sho1e. Jllmara.1 Prayer Circle '1:15.: Evening eaCh Training Union 8:15 83.. W.: PrAtt 8.. un4aiJ tdaralnq' Worship ,.it Ps.1. ..R- fiatl4oJy ""L",
Just Mall Us A In month. Hey. David : Po m.
For
Pattern ;
.. Parlors In Jacksonville, ''Wtth Worship 'J:30.: : Evening Service 7:30 services: ,SImcat! Bchoo ifa. .Training Ui1on., 7 Po, It\ Et/- jArip. Wop$ ,. ";' "01s.,,
Tab'al.. 4; ..4'-p. a'

InNl'D1Int wee in BiveraldJ.Iemorlal. meet, 'J3O; p. m. : 1boRaaN M& CRUEL, Wednesday 7':30: Po DI,' Collie Training Unid1J! 5:46: P.I m Wedw..i }light, .Mprdea ,I1veflln { c r't44'rlnaW ''
SHEAJS GLASS CO. PaJk.) Wednesday -Prayer MeW' I Jet 111 warship topther. I IrJNJI Evening Woi1l4Ih! .,ld :p.. m.: t3O(; Di, s lt'YeryOAa "ICQm41. !. 'L.' VeANtP' t' ...':If
!I. Ina and Visitation, 7:11'-: II I, .Smdap-a:45: .. m. Sundae' Everyone: Welwme, ,I.r1I4er: r .. L. yrtt'kerr pastor. .p. .:-J- ;,. I BDpior ,
Revival ServicesStart Church ChoIr Practice 8:3.o.Thur9dav : ; ; SchQol. U:00: a. m. Morning LEYEL a&n'IS A.. G. ; .
pa.atr '
F1ypn1
-lilt..i1 q Iasi-Wq Hav.Itw ",
Sunbeams and Warship, 8:00: p. mrilon. Training CnvRCir or CflRI8taugdas .
Sunday
: Scbool,1*
.!'f 1'' N.W,4tb PLGIiInesFhl., .51L Phone FR2.4353Serdig Feb. 18 GA meetlnc 3:30'p. m. U 7:00: Po m JIMm1ncWOI'lIbfp. MornIng Wonhty'ir-L, & III m rmsT I'RESIIYTEBUl11. :: ST6e $tud, IQa nKLBEON.Baadt4y; 1/:4RI't7er'/: '

At Lawtey Baptist Norman 1. Redding, interim Pre 6avloea [BoDICeI'.lMnc.YounIJ ScbeatwI4I.Monday' : : A
I .
Scbooi a. m. M
I ,Wednesday 1:30 PraSerY1cea. 9e' Sunday ; f:45: L ,. : nypit1 Worsbitp. W1.cS : '
tie4dpester. rOQ\Ple.\ aDd ProyaServloel. oniiunlnn ,, service 1 s.1 Wonrefy SV':.. at
,
\
aevI.\ta1 1MtnIi_ wilt bt5.e > let and 3r4 WedInes-, 8 p. m. tveninb I Morning' Wot'IhIp. 11 R -a' Evening eavtcet 8:3Gbm' 4 ,'baID.1Jqt, tJrd.at,..", 8'.80.1,p. a.
:
the Lawtey Baptist CbUl'Ch', Mrs. Janie Hill nltrbt-7:00: p. m. Pam1y] Worship 7 m. KIltwMII Youth TsUoWsidp.: dr p. ''nfAlns Dia4atl 7100'" p.'as
5101'1eI. Feb. 18-2&. wdth evanceUstBll1y Nl< Services Held BETHEL 1LVTI1'1' CBURCP Wednesday. 7:30 Ice7rp: wn.ter
.
Since 193088f0r Kelly making a return i p l 8 I ,{ae1S f.r
I I k..Ttlth9T/tt,5e1n
p.m.I : 2:3.
DI m. R. !Jowers, D. D.
i88 /0 & 'f engagement. to DmdforCounty. At Brooker Sunday 801w01. J' .:: .IIL tea I "Y. KoDert' Do'' 3zcb.: I r L. p. \Wednerd'' ,
V SeIrtvtces w1Il be hel4 .
Morning<< Worship 11 i. mSveninng .
'V... ,. .. __. v.-. ..." clock.each 111IJht starting at 1 o'- 1\11"8.\ Janie HUl, 59, a nattve WonbtJ ,,'CdtO Po a r __I : :.; ,_! _
of Alachua County dIed at .
Prayer Meettn. 7:30: P m '= 4n;'.'
Mr. Kelly 18 a native of her i iAn
home iii Smoker on Saturday -

Mrs. Carolyn;" Cordially: ; from Tennessee high school and 111 trraduated Knox illness, Sher Jan,was nti: after a JI1eIDIJer a Ions or tern WednesdaY pastor.;-+Rev. J. C., Hat' Investment In Your Future ..

vile with honorer r as aD. outstanding _
Greater !Bell Methodist
;Rew'::'nes'' I' Welcomes 'atJ,11ete, 1n. lootlta U Church. cmmCB or GOD

Vk. 964-1Sf.12." You and Your and 1ba.sebaU. He attended: Surviving are her ensign 422 N. Clair st.. Starke.Sunday a f II C'' lie I(
:t I
Carson-Newma.u. Coh4 In, ..
123 N. Bay sa; 'if' Fnmily to Your ptJeUersoa Albert lull; hea fat.lle GeorgAd School. 10 rn. Wor- .trai
4ttew
Star. 1.1 qty 1'enDo" a+ ] smIth, of Brooker: five s1a- ship SerWce 11 a. m. and 'JPo ;ipnitsat tiniNr'
New Home Fast Tennessee state Oo1IeQ18, sisters, 1Mrs. Jolla Cherokee s.1. YPE Wednesday 7 Po m. ., ;JJI.;: '
( 1D. Johnson C1tI. After. hia. Mra.. O. A2ea Sll: iosa.r a.D4 Prayer Meeting, :Friday. 'J p.m..aev. _r---_ -4 11 rv--------------r f. 7. -.y,...........,.............. The conversion 1n 1930. he 9U hLensed Mrs. Marguerite Cooper. aU : L. S w1UIa.rri8 pastor. -I r i ; LrUl1.o t"r;. 7 C.' / .mI .
Stgte of Florida/ to pieack,1W,' the Boyle r' of Brooker I Ar.: i : eiI. ofen' '
; Mrs. NanCY ROM : :
: :.it {
tt 'lli Our Delre ro;':]Mak.. Hon b'eei! Welcome and Heights Baptist\ Church m, and iMre. Leona Young, Iboth I j"" k : : :J.I J.
ttiff: ;;
To Acqu.nf'. You With Your City. KlIoxv111e and held pestoraIs. .of Miami:.fourbrothers. James -. SORmSmE DU'TIIJT I ';' J ;r,, -I.'J "'pjjjj; 'I!- ; PRO GR'S" S1 : '
1t :71 ::.e
North Carolina .. .
{ and Ten ;
'
.t. tIt t\\ \Banish Youngstown OhIo: Located on Irarb.n, ; 41.. st' ,"' \\o v:! ; '
nesaee before entering tiro + Sr
Glover 8m1th. Gafnesv111e. and i 1"r' r
'cJ 1
:
[SR 225at RaifoM I : "
way Ttok
: you are new".1n tht arM, a phone L field or full-time CMU1Pl1sm. Na1hanlel! and John SmIth,1. [ISR 18)). Serv1eea: 1tUnd.. ) ;;Y i14{ Jl'l; l''l' 1.jfJ: : .-i ProgressbonthemarchTtueKt 1F: :.. : ::

call wilt brini.. Y mPt visit'frosa the Rev.church E. C.extends Harvey,a pastor cordial of both of Brooke;. : 8ehool. .0 .. m. 4Uftda: "r tll a h. 1 yphd: fNgreat} ; boomisiaui dingrCurn; 5rt;, c r:1

,\I l '. Funet'al services were held Mrrining Worablp. 11 t. 81Tra1nlnC ''IJt: tpf!'rr; bean found for maladies 3
welcome to the attend : that have
[.csil public o at 3 ''Po m. Sunday, Feb. 4. at 8
your f, I"PJ'.Plea8e' giTeher this week of special seevices. Greater Ben Methodist Church Union, 6:80:< p. In -I 'R'/l5 jIa:: !' 4. killed mankind 'for centuries, I lnJu. :mit
.. Evening Service, 7:30.: MidWeek j
a caD! She kiasl and many with Rev. O. S. Cameron ofticIating' 'fIli11 "'1,1 ) I.
Prayer Sen1ct WecflWllclay try doing magnificent thlngs.But

free' and MVKIe.-lul. gifts IQ yov RADIO SUNDAY SCHOOL : Branch Interment. Cemetery.was fnRhwla 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Leer. ,4s: ?.;ii;'' c\\r.rJ. whatscrtofpessbengmte r ] I:

from local bUlim488eSo RadIo Station WOGG. 1230 I II bon, putor. I 4(414( i '' '\\r1 In human relations-this term th.It.\. ..\ ;i

) on your 121&1. 'J:30: to B a. m r-t: I A elaMltled &cI >In the TeteP'1tb 1'I''I DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH I '1, ':.1 Includes respect for the person.8&1IU :: '
A. C. Felgert! teacher. brim re.atw. BROOKER 1111'I ;
I I'I/Il. ? \\\ .' property of others and good wilL r
r
Sunday School. n a. m.,. .. .,. r}1
; {
I Morning Worship, 11 a. m among men. ;

,.., ,\ ,,,...., ., .. '""f1a.lnlna: ...Unlon. 6:30: p. ,211"'liVentng \, J ; .There Is one agency striving o'' ti: I
.
Service 7:30.: Rev I
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Lacy' Conway pastor. t \'; progress in this field. This agency :J I

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CJlJURCJI STAnKE r rvfrg'y v i: I.. :: 3 Christ the following prophesy and' !W t

Sunday School 10 a.m;I l:" d ''ii; I:t1 IM 'I"i .!$ i promise was given to mankind by }
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Morning Worship, 11 .
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11 Vplkswagenflntroduces Union 6 p.m. EvcringWorship ii; ;!,c f 1 t a host aangelsr( "Gtory to God in f:1111: ''

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Branch President f'.i I'' J.! ?t'i' I #'i:
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Pastor: ReV' George Green I i ... .
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.Merle Packham.. paatot. Truck Trailer Featud. .c A.e. gisdwsS

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Gone Is the wifely whine, "It's cute, butcan't 9:45 11: a. m.: Morning Wora! P. 109 S. Walnut Ph. 964899 lIlt it s.Iilog on et' lull3779Laivsoa ;
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Only on the highway do you shirt. Board. 8 p. m. With Your Mutual Agent 301 NORTH lwpusd Fee.D..' llreasaaPu9nnc

Once.(This Is on economy move.Which, j Thesday Circle 4 meets 10 Ph.. 96.7600 Starlit
after 011,1 is still ,he nome of the game)' .a. m.: CIrcle 5 meets. 10 a.. 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7389Ot1Hd. FIa. W a'iiFLOIDA:

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lake It through the gears like a regular .. .' a. m.; B1.b1tStud.Y.\ : and. Pr74j.er St.
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.. Thursday Chancel ChoIr Complete Au tomotiveREPAIRS .EST bD
a The automatic stick shift Is an option,, itehearaal* 7:30{: p", ftL Phone 964.6305'PrintingOffice ',
: .you pay a little more Today Junior Choir Rehearsal 1ROLa

,. Bus. you do a little' less. 3 p. m.. For Every Need

e' CARD OFTUANHa. ALTERNATOR SERVICE Suppllea 'Atsj539E.

MilLER f' W. are sincerely: grateful to"I t.. .
BROWN MOTORS hK Our frleftd. imd neighboru; 19r '
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.. 4222. N. W. 13T1I STREET ,U. S. 4,11 NORTH during our '''berea.wm.ent'and.. Agency ]nspeetioba! 8t Estlmittes.Hurst. .
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I -! William Weckler Mrs. Sadie Brown --- I W. W. McPherson I, Murrhee LaRue Are Nominated

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Hilites Services Held Services Held I
Keystone William Wackier 83, of Key I,

stone Heights, died Thursday, At Melrose .,, At Melrose Dist. Post
By Regina Schuber Feb. 1, at his horn following .1 For Clay Electric 1

a short Illness. A retired machinist Mrs. Sadie Brown Perry, ol William Weyman McPherson -'

Please Phone in Your Items 4733067WOMANS he was born In Ger MeIrose died Sunday in a 59, died at his home li I .
I many on April 4, 1884 and Oalnasvllle hospital after a I Melrose last Friday mornlni Ir r Richard Murrhee, Incumbent atlve at the district meetljj

lived In Keystone for 13 years, lingering illness She was I a after a sudden illness polled 163 votes, and held in Mlddleburg civic center -

CLUB Saturday, Feb. 10 from 9 a moving: there from Starke. native of Loohloosa. Born In New Jersey on Oct. George E. LaRue tallied 60 as Tuesday night. _
He Is survived by his widow, 29 1908. he had lived in th!I I nominees for District one director In accordance with co-op
The Camellia Carnival canparty m. 5 p. m. It will be sponsoredby Surviving are tier husband
OttlUe Weckler, of Keystone t Melrose area for 21 lie, of Clay Electric Cooper- bylaws, the names of both men
years.
of Melrose
on Monday, Jan. 29, the Altar Society of St Calvin M. Perry ;
sponsored by the Woman'sCll1b Williams Church. Donations Heights. John Boicourt two daughters Mrs. Ida Mae I was a member of the Baptist will appear on the printed ballot -
as nominees for the District -
at the Masonic Hall, ws for the sale will be received al Rloglo of West Haven Conn., Church.
fish. Betty says the specs One post at the annual
Thanks FriendsI Surviving are his wife :Isabelle -
an enjoyable affair. same location on Thursday, and Mrs. Louise Baker Keystone
should be the beds by full in
on meeting Keystone Heightson
Mrs. Azzle Williams of Mel Feb. 8. during same hours. NEWS NOTES Heights; two brothers,, McPherson, of Melrose: "
would moon by the middle of the March 23.Mumrhee .
like to appreciation
express
four Dolores
daughters, Mrs.
rose and Mrs. Sara McDonald BOY SCOUT NEWS Manton and Grady Brown,
By Helen Egan ol month. a Keystone Heights
I to the people
were chairman for the ''"Ca National Scout Week will be both of Lochloosa: six sisters, I PlsceteUl. colllnswood. Calif.: is
and stir- Mrs. John Shaugnessy Insurance agent! is completinghis
mellia Display." :Many beau observed, February 7-13. In Keystone Heights Mrs. Grace Wlmberly, Gainesville I Mrs. Alma J. Rutledge. Lake
I home from the hospital where first three term ,
rounding area for the television Geneva Miss Lisa Rae and year as acoop
tiful shown Mrs. Leona. Wlmbarly, ;
specimens wele Heights. Troop ;
Keystone FAMILY
DINNER Friday she was recovering from the director. LaRue, also in
last
set given to me
Miss McPherson both
J. Avis ,
alL Scout and Mrs. Abbie Sikes, both of
and admired by 105, Steve Moore, No'1 COMMUNITY CHURCH "Welcome "
flu. home. the Insurance business
In
in the of Flor Keystone
University
Mrs. Lonnie Stripling. Mrs er, and Cub Pack 305 .. The first Family Dinner of ida Medical Center where I Johnson; Mrs. Vida Johntry of Melrose; four sons, Wm. W Fred and Vera Svrearingen Heights, Is making his
D. Sunderland, and Azzle Williams Bannon. Leader, will attend the new year was enjoyed by and Mrs. Vera., Feaster, both McPherson Jr., Hayward City,
were Saturday guestsof first bid for seat ttte
from Injuries supper a on
am recuperating
for ribbon service Feb.' about 75 of .Jacksonville and Mrs. Ver-. Calif.! : S. Bruce McPherson,
were Judges 9 o'clock Sunday members and guests ; Mania :
and Mathls.
Don Mrs. :
Mr. board of
received in an accident on Rep. Fuqua co-op directors.
U. S. Navy: H. Bart and C
winners. 11 at St. Williams Church In the educational building on na Wyche. of Mlcanopy. Lou'
received letter
Miller A attended
.January 11. Also a special a large crowd
The awards werlst blue Parents and friends are cordially January 31 wiOi Mrs. Thomas Funeral services were held Will Address Feffery McPherson both ol from Mrs. Ida' Whitehead, and
Tuesday night's meeting an4
thanks to the principal, assistant -
ribbon to Mrs. Paley Boyd's invited to attend. Norwood's Circle Two as host at 3 p. m. Tuesday at the' Melrose; one stepdaughterMrs. .
she is in the
still
principal, and teachers Keystone Masons hospital.She heard E. T. Martin, Clay Electric -
Carol
; H. Lenhart. HuntIngton -
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"Tomorrow 2nd red ribbonto Twenty-five Boy Scouts recently graveside In Melrose Cemetery
of the had plastic surgery on herletl'll manager, report on the
Mrs. Boyd's "Edna Campbell entered the "Plnewood Seated at the guest table I Keystone Heights with Rev. James R. Flack officiating. i Beach, Calif.: and one
School for their extra work U. S. Representative Don and Is progressing well past year and project expansion
.
sister, Mrs. Christopher .1Foran
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Mrs. John Bird .
were presidentof in
3rd yellow ribbon to C Derby. Robert Parsons was Interment was
will be the main speaker but they don't know' whatthey're plans for the future.
in helping to with Fuqua
i me keep
ten
up of Melrose! and
E. Mitchell's entry "Collettl the winner.On the Church Women Rev the family plot with DeWittC. ;
to beheld to do next.
meeting going
Masonic
and Mrs. Leon MUner, Mr. and my school work during this I' at a grandchildren.
Maculata. and honorable February 22 the Cub Jones Funeral Home of
I Well, that another
Mrs. Clarence who celebrated period. Thanks for everything. in Keystone Heights Funeral. services were held wraps up CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Slpe, ;
mention to Mrs. P. Boyd's Z- Scouts will meet; for a Blue Keystone Heights in charge. In the
-John Boicourt.from lodge hall on Tuesday, Feb action-packed episode
their blat wedding at 4, p. m Sunday In Jones
Swada. Mrs. Al Lagasse'a and Gold banquet at 8 p. m. I life of the Indian Beoch-ltes.
entry, a tray of camellias, at the Educational building of anniversary during ,the last I 13. Memorial Chapel atK toMHeiQ'hts
If doesn'tgo
Melrose Lodge No. 89 will be your rolling-reporter INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
quarter and honored guests.Dr. ,. with Rev. James
award also. The I week,
won an the Community Church. mona spent last in Dun-
and Albert C. Holt the host lodge, and members fishing soon, he's going CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Mrs. Earl chair Mrs. ,, I attending the National Flnclc, pastor of the Melrose .
Voyles was dinner will be for Cub Scouts dee visiting friends.
.. celebrating their 59th wedding I Auto Accessories: Exposition of aU lodges of the llth District Baptist Church, officiating crazy. So I'll go for now. and ARE TDK BEST FROMEdward'
and Mrs. F. ,
man Stephens and their parents. Duplicate Bridge
anniversary. Dr. Holt, pastor Show in Philadelphia. He and as 'well as other nearby Interment was In the MelroseCemetery try to get some therapy. And
co-chairman, assisted by Mrs. Boy Scouts are earning Winners l last: week of the
emeritus, celebrated a birthday' his entire force In the nine lodges, have been Invited' to with DeWitt C.. now, until next week hem'sLeeon BuildingSupply
Alma Frost; and A. Liggett. merit badges for "bike rides"of Duplicate' Bridge Club were:
just after Christmas, and states that he represents attended attend. A number of officers L with a poem dedicated
Business meeting of Wom 25 miles. Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mr'a.Ray I Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Inc.
everyone is preparing to salute this event. Chuck Newman of the Grand Lodge of Florida In to; James Chitty. ,
an's Club at 2 p. m. Municipal Frank Mllner Mark Jordan,, tames, lilt place' ; Mrs. Heights charge.
LEEON'S CORNER
Mrs. Alice Sipe on reachingher of Keystone Heights, an plan to be present. '
Roland and Mrs. J. P. 726 S. MaI.87248UGAINESVILLE.
Building. Tuesday, Feb. 13. and Bruce Ban- Bryan
Doug Benson
90th birthday, April 1. associate of Mr. Bridges attended -, 2nd Mrs. RObert i The meeting will open witha "Midnight"
Von place
SMORGASBORD non completed the first of the Out of town guests of members as did Hill! Brannon I ; J. Grollck : banquet at 8 p. m., followedby !Midnight Is a cat we halve, FLA.
W. ,
Saturday Fcb 10. Is the Clare and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs D. W. Carpenter.
< I scheduled rides. t were Dr. and Mrs. D. Jr.,, sales manager. Mrs. Bran- a program of muslo and He's big and fat and, black. -
night have looked forward 3rd place; and: Mrs. Paley Doris Lutgen and Donnie
I we : They also completed the Lockllns Illinois And if his '
of scratch
P. guests non accompanied her husband : John Strawn talks on Americanism you belly, -
I to in anticipation remembering second 25 mile ride on February of the George Colglns, and and father while Mrs. Bridges Boyd and Mrs. Osteen visited Silver ,Springs le'll roll over on his back. MURRHEEInsurance

I last year's smorgasbord' 3, and Scouts who joined Mrs. and Mrs. George Stuartof stayed with her grandchildrenIn 4th place.Methodist. Sunday. When Daddy brought him

the annual affair sponsoredby them were: Johnnie Warren Jacksonville, guest's of Mr. their new home in Birmingham Church'Board 'meetsWednesday pretty bad lately because ofheart Lou Miller took her son T. home, Agency

the Woman's Club. Bobby Hendry Larry Turk- and Mrs. Ronnie Stripling. Ala. Tha Official Feb. 7 at 7:30 trouble 'but she Is ,better C., to see Dr. Hastings In, He was really wild. Richard Murrhee, Agt.
Supper will ,be served from and David of the doctor Jacksonville on Monday The
\ nett. Tony Burke, Due to the cancellation In the Fellowship Hall. now after seeing But now he's settling down General Insurance
! 5:30: to 7:30: p. m. Members Th acker. the planned program. Mis. ryyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyy p.m.members are urged to be several times and taking med doctor Is planning some surgery And he is Mama's child. Fire Casualty MatinS

I of the club have tickets. Donation II The next 25 mller will be Prank Ilgen assisted by Mrs. All ication. She was feeling well on T. C.'s leg soon. Wednesday Oh I that cat loves Mama Auto Bonds

$2 for adults, $1 for the Magnolia Lake Route on E. A. Ruahton at the piano present WjSXJ.S. enough for her and I U> return she accompanied JeWs As sure as the good Lord 47S-47B
I MELROSE There will be a Keyrton* Relghto
. children 12 years old and February 17, starting at 9:30: conducted a song feast of CamnipUB," Saturday, to Gainesville, with the 8th. grade class to Jacksonville knows. .

under. Tickets will also be sold a. m. Any Scouts Interestedin favorite gospel songs. "Day Feb. 10 on at .the University Crenshaws to spend the night. to see "Gone With The And he Is In "Hog' Heaven,"

at the door on night of supper. participating In this ride The Board of Stewards will By Joyce Rowe Methodist Church in Games- Friday, we spent the day with Wind." Mrs. A. B. YoungbloodSr. When he can rub her nose.

SPECIAL MEETING will be moat welcome. meet tn the educational building .AAAAAAAAAAA AAAA A villa from 9:30: ( a.m. until 2:30: Aunt Corine and Uncle Alfred and daughter, Melinda,. of Midnight is right behind her, SCHEDULE

I TillS FRIDAY There will be four more 25 at 7:30: p.m., Feb. 9. I It will cost 1.75: and the Hudson, while Mother went to Tallahassee, spent the !Week- With every step she walks.. OF |SERVICES

I ; There will be a meeting onFilday mile rides, then a final 50 Youth Sunday was observedon There were three deaths in p.m.Intention Is to see the: churchIn the doctor' the final time end with the Millers.: Sunday, And'it is t really funny, I

I Feb. 9, at 2 p. m. at mile ride to be completed In February 4 with members Mclrqso last week. It Is sad relationship with the campo about her feet. Saturday. Daddy Peggy and Coburn Rain of To hear how that cat talks."or PARK

I the Municipal Building that ten hour period. These dates of the Youth Fellowship p': rticipatlng ,..0 lose so many of our friends us. AM members of "the WSCSare A. B. Howard of Starke, R. Gainesville, came over and awhile he was a rembler,

I should be of great Interest to will be announced later. in the choir and and neighbors In so short a. encouraged to attend as C. Howard of Jacksonville treated them all to Crab. Sha- He would stay out all night. I ,

property owners especially Troop 105 will have a Cam- other parts of the of service their .Ime. Our sympathy to their I well as any other members of and Buddy :Ellis of Gainesville la, as only Coburn can make Then he'd come home with' JU "P&LMS j

those with lake frontage. poree on February 24 to prepare under the leadership family and friends. i the church Who may be Inter went quail hunting and it his head tore up jf .

I/ Ben Gordon a visitor to for the Camporee to be director, Barry Wyman. John B. S. Lee died Monday, ested. had very. good luck. Daddy Dee> and Betty Morris t every Where he'd been In a figl'
Keystone for 15 date. FELLOWSHIP CLUB Jan. 29. He was burned Wednesday Is Race Relations of 'body's1'friends] have moved to SUNDAYS
past yearsand held at Cltra at a later Next Sunday and :Bill Few Keystone When he jumps In the window,
membersof
{ now staying at "Park-of- For any additional inform- The officers and Clulb (senior Jan. 31 In the Melrose Sunday when there went to the OkJawaha..,.R\v r \20J\ g.ipranklin Blvd. In Tallahassee He'll give you a surprise.He 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M.
the Fellowship ? Rev. T. A. Stuart
\ the-Palms Is concerned about ation about these announcements of the number emetery will be an offering for the sup- to look around and try'r."bhebass where Dee will operate looks just like a "Hooty- THURSDAYS
;/ lower level of Lake group) are proud jerformed the service. Institutions of the Florida Prosthetlcs [artificial .
the water please phone Mr. who completed the Defensive William Weyman McPherson port of the Sunday 'but had no'hide- \ Owl." 7:30) P.M.
Brooklyn. 473-4722 Mr. Ban- education maintained by Now that you've read the limbs, braces, wheelchairs : -
Moore, or higher '
i Driving Course lastmonth. 1 died Friday, Feb. 2nd. His Negro With. those' big bright: shiny FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
He written to Governor 473-3137. the Methodist Church for Chitty Report here's the rest etcK He bas !been
has ,
non Charles ,
I They were.Mr!. C.unera.1: services were held Sunday over ; ,, eyes. TEACHINGAll
.
Kirk and as a result] a meeting WOMAN'S GOLF NEWS P. Hall- dUc .Uon. There are of' the news.' working for Hanger In Gainesville -
I King., Mr. and Mri A.; : at 4:00: p.m. at the De- col- ire Is as smart a woods. cat,
has been arranged for local The regular monthly busi- man, Mrs. Ruth Malmgren, Witt C. Jones Chaipel at Keystone 12 predominantly Methodist Negro re- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph [tTinkll [who owns the Florida As anyone could wish. Serf tees Held In The

I residents to hear two distinguished ness meeting and luncheon of Mrs. Helen V. Egan, and Mr. Heights with the Rev. Legal that are Flllnon and daughters of Prosthetic in Tallahassee New Bible Center
BeChuneCookmanCollege He even wades out 'bout belly
speakers, Dr. Rob- the Keystone Heights Wornen's William Pinon. We regret to James S. Fink officiating. ated. One Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. until being transferred to a
Is )located at Daytona higher position. Dee has been [Continued on nexr Ps-| I
held of Panama
Brummett
ert Vcrnon Florida: State Golf Association was hear of the illness of John Interment: was at the Melrose will to Jim
I GeoglogUt of Dept. of Conservation at the Club on Thursday. Feb. Kersey, who Is a paflent in Cemetery. He Is survived by Beaoh. The offering arid the go other City, were weekend guests of fishing with me, and my un-

I and Dr Connor, a 1. Team play started and will Putnam Memorial Hosplttal, his wife, Isabel McPherson help support this Pete and Joyce Barton and cle Alfred, and worked on my "

U. S. Federal Government continue for three weeks. Four Palatka. Mrs. Helen Tlllman is and several children. tfegro colleges.INDIAN. son George( Saturday night wheelchair, and Alfred's artificial ... l,I FIRST IN

Geologist.It teams participated in the 18 improving after a bout with Mrs. Sadie Perry died Sun- .fTY The Bartons entertained'' with' leg while working In 1, '

Is hoped that this meet hole event, They are as follows flu' and William ReynoldS was day morning, following a long T .T Y YYYYT a barbecue chicken supper.I Gainesville. I, as ,well as many _ COLORCLOSE.OUT

ing will be well attended. : Billy Casper -. Pansy I feeling' much better at last re'port. illness, in the Medical Center Those enjoying the supper other people will certainly

WILLIAMS: NEWSA I Hawes Louise Gallop. Lou Mrs. Elva Scott Is still In, Gainesville. As I write this, BEACH were Jimmy and Bunky miss them when they are gone. PRICESON

sale will be held Tlmmons and Jan Batts. The under the doctor's care, and funeral services have not '''been '- Brummet of Jacksonville. .Jim They are wonderful people.

In the rummage Lawrence Blvd. store I Jack r.1ckla.usVesta Aikens Mrs. Marguerite Grennan, a completed. She was the wife of (Lan Swite Fe) and Evelyn Brummet Tlnki They have asked us to say 1967

next to LaRue Insurance office -; Mildred Sutton, Zee Tolles. Su former member, is a patientIn ? Calvin Perry. By! Michael II. Ctutty and Pat Fillmon and daugh' .goodbye for them since they

on Friday. Feb. 9, and Dwyer. The Arnold Palmers Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Jess Stinger of Little Ru 475-2171' ters. Buddy and Nell Garnerof are moving in a hurry, and IL Floor Models
Eva Hall, Fran Chesslngton. PERSONALSRoy Washington, pa. visited Mr. Starke and James and that they are going to miss

I I -.'- Kitty Martin and Mlttle Hay- L. Bridges, of Lake and }Jra. Vlrgle Rowe and -AA.-. A AA&AAAA.A A Cricket cnitty.Mrs. everyone here. They are planning Black & White or

I II nes. The Doug Sanders-Mar- Geneva, returned recently family Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I Hello again, dear friends M. T. Jones of Ormond to try to visit soon. Sun- ? Color TV's

tha Hayes Blllle Danls Fern Josephine Jackson and and neighbors. This Is your Beach Is visiting her son and day, the Morrises took their //p.f1711/I; / :

KEYSTONENEIOHTS Oarber and Doris Ottinger.I Mrs. Zinnia Glbbs of Jackson- slightly readyforachangerolling daughter-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. dog down to Mr. and Mrs. And AppliancesWe

There were four teams also visit with friends and 'relatives ville spent one day last week reporter. I'm ready fora T. L. Norwood. Raymond Slaven [Betty's parental -

playing in the nine hole group. In Long Island, N. Y.of visiting friends in Melrose. change In this weather situ BobbY Sherry and little In Eustls, to keep for : We Service What We Sell -
Boros Virginia While there they saw. two The girls are graduates of are Strickland and iBllly them until they find a housein
The Julius service Their atlon. and I imagine you Bobby Then Service All The Rest
and their nephews off for Melrose High School. with Mr. Tallahassee. At the present
Corey, Fran Turknett too. As soon as It's warm long Weber spent Sunday
Play- in Viet Nam. They reportedall maiden name Is Clark. Robblns. they are living In an apartment -
Joan Wrteht. The Gary decorative Picklesimer of enough for the fish to start and Mrs. James Wheeler Discount AppliancesBetween
ers Libby Nickels Owen that snow was Mr and Mrs. biting good [during the week], Mr. and Mrs. Dick Billiard .
Bachman, and Thelma Wal- but are happy to be home to, Fikcsvllle, Ky. are visiting It> turns cool Ion the week- were in Qultman Oa., over the The bass have been biting Melrose & Keystone Phone 475-2101
Dottle our more clement cli- their son and daughter-lrv-law. brought Mrs good lately on lake shiners in .
MELROSE lace. The Sam Sneada- enjoy I Paul Pickle- endland messes them, up weekend and
Parks, Helen Wallace and mate. Mr. and Mrs. John again. Maybe it won't be. too Hilllard's mother Mrs T. A Alto Lake according to OrIf-

Marie Wrinkle. The Dan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hlnz- elmer and daughter. at- before it settles down Sweat home with them for a fin's Lodge reports. Roy Griffin -
W. Va., and Mrs. RulVl HoHls recently long caught a 11% pounder, a ....." .. .
Dot Far- of Weston f. "
Fordyce bite regular visit. I
I Sykes-Peg man tended a meeting of the Episcopal and the fish will -or"
,
BUSINESS I 1 I rla. and Ann Henderson. Mrs. William Thomas of East. Church Women la Pensa- I'm ready and waiting for the Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswel 10V4 pounder and a -poUnd-1 '

I The ladles have been Invitedto Hartford, Conn., were receni day when that happens.. left Tuesday on a. trip to er last week besides an I MmPI( .

I the Golden Hills Golf & guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund -. cola.And among the sick in the Otis Melton and I attendee Okeechobee, Miami and Key pounder Sunday. C. A. Bar- _.. <

DIRECTORY Country Club at Ocala to participate Dwyer of Clover Lane community: Rev. Albeit Eg- a Brotherhood barbecue at the I West. They will be visiting. ringer. of Jacksonville spent I

In the monthly Golf- Mr. and Mrs. John Bird entertained ... gleston is still in critical Condition Hampton Baptist Chiirch las relations and sightseeing. Monday to Sunday at Grif'

a-Round and luncheon or I Dr. George Bird,. at Huntington, W. Va. in Friday night. Just us ole men L Dolph and Shirley Reddish tin's Lodge and caught 27

Thursday, Feb.! 22. If you plar I Mr. Bird's ,brother, of Syracuse. .,\ the Cabell-Huntlngton hospital. and the boys were present,, and children of Starke. spent bass. One boat out Sunday, FEBRUARY 7 TO 13

BEAUTY SHOP to attend. please make reser- -. N Y. at a dinner part, Miss Bessie Rutherford? came but we all had a pleasant: Sunday visiting her parents had 52 specs and three Jack-
'
vations. last Friday evening. The through her operation with evening. The chicken and ribs

The Annual George Washington guests were Rev. and Mrs. flying colors. She Is doing very were cooked by our own Rev. -

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Silver Trophy Tournament Leon Miner, Lt. Com. Paul well at Alachua General Hos- Melvin Hamel who really\

will be held on Sunday Bird and Miss Gertrude Hau- pital. knew what he was doing. Announcing

SHOP Feb. 25. This will be an 18 eel'. John Chamblee continues. to Among other events, was\ a

hole event followed by a covered Robert Casenhelfer, of do well following his release surprise awards ceremony: for
Edith Jofinso. OWMT Mrs. The of
Reopening
Hospital
PersonalA dish supper Barberton Ohio is visiting Mr. from Ala<:hua General the Crusader division of the
!
ANNE'S His burns seem to be healing] able lead-
, Creative ST. and Mrs. O. Bishop and will R. A.'s. under the
attend
ChURCh NEWS fine and he was stole to Charles Hlnson and
several of
In Keystone ership
: Hair remain
Btyttng In the making for school one day last week. who started this I !
Iadi dual Beauty IDmroEvwry Plans are weeks. Mrs. Casenhdfer 1 la received word that Ronnie Dyal BEIDLER'SHOLIDAY
We have
!: the annual Shrove Tuesday Bishop's sister. division in our church both
Form of
Beauty Culture Mrs. Campbell a former -
R.
W.
Pancake Supper on Feb. 27. Stuartof Mrs. of these boys are teenagers I '
Mrs. George
Open TneSat. 1-0; Mr. and resident of Melrose has fallen 'I
Closed Monday This is where the men of the Maggie Valley, N. C. and Thoseof ThOM who received the
her arm.
broken
and
church try to out-shine the Jacksonville were recent would like to send awards are: Handy Hicks\I

NURSERY ladles in the cooking depart-' guests of Mr and Mrs. L. C her you a get who we& !card: can sendIt Billy Stone and Terry Hayes.I RESTAURANT
ment. The dinner will be at It really does you good to see
Stripling.Mrs. 8 Perth -
O.C. Came. Nursery the Parish house. The time Casper Brune Is a patient Road.to Mrs.MWlll Campbell.pequa. N.Y. 11758 these 18 year old boys work-\\ Tr

nrwar 100, Flormhom* and the price of the tickets in Alachua General Hos Mrs. Maggie Steinert has ing to help the young [ MONDAY FEBRUARY 12TH

28 MDM SB of Stark will be announced later. pital. Her room number 1 l/i 502 been released from Alachu 121 in the church. Ronnie and To Our Scouts -

Nursery Stock Thousands The Women of the Church for friends who might like tc General Hospital and Is stay- Charles plan to turn these

of Plants & Fruit Tr M to will hold their monthly meeting send her a card. ing with a nephew, Emerald boys over to ,the mern and Completely Remodeled and RedecoratedFor A Proud Salute!

choose from. Nice Shade Trees, Thursday evening at 7:30: John Bolcourt, KHS student Robinson in Gainesville. they are goIng to begin the! Your Dining Pleasure) In Beautiful,

Evergreens A landscape at the Parish house. New officers -I who was seriously Injured Adm. Anthony Zinnia returned next age group. "This proves Comfortable Surroundings.NOW .

Plants. AU in containers will! be elected. All when his motorcycle was home from the Naval that there are some good Scouting fosters love of country,

Plant anytime. ru.y<*.ntti. ..> Jk members are urged to attend.I struck by an automobile Ir Hospital In Jacksonville Mon- teenagers, much to the disbelief : helps a boy grow In good citizen'

zaJeaa. Mrs. Nellie Wtetrup, will be. Keystone Heights on Januan of some people." ship. To those good citizens our

Let u do your landscaping leaving! Keystone Heights for 11, had a pleasant surprise day.Gus Alderman is still in the The Chltty family' has been SERVING TilE local Scouts, our hearty congratu

Phone 6.1U-2183 Syracuse. N. Y., where she last week. Both of Johns leg!I Mason's Manor Nursing Horn pretty busy lately. :Recently.we DELICIOUS, HOME-COOKED lations. ..

will be living. Everyone at St.. were broken and he will be I in Jacksonville. were visited by an aunt I .

USED CARS Anne will miss her and wish confined in the OalnesvUl
her the best in her new home. Medical Center for three mon I myself and my twins included James Sullivan, of W111J ton,' MADE US FAMOUS

Hanks Used Cars The Inquirer's Classes are" months. :Friends in Keystow I Is suffering. from a cold, sor who spent the afternoon, and KEYSTONE STATE BANK

well received Sunday evening Heights and surrounding ares I throat, or some stage of th ate dinner with us. Thursday I
CASH DISCOUNT
BIG TERMSBUY but more are welcome to come. !got together and presentee I flu.Mr. night. another aunt and uncle. .' Member FJDJ.C. Keystone Height, Flo.

BElIE AND THERE John with a television set las: and Mrs. Cecil Moore oWllllston Teenle and Roy Crenshaw and I Located on State Road 21, Two Blocks Northof

-Rt.SELL 1 Box-0tiny. TRADE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmeral: week, which will make hi I were guests Sunday. children of GaInesville had I Yoor Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Traffic Light at Keystone Heights
10O 8 Mil.. S. Starke of Lake Brooklyn have returned -,, long confinement more pleasant of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. upper with us. Grandmother Community."

home after a month'i I and he is very grateful. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sim Copeland has been feeling I I




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INDIAN BEACH Ole Midnight la really some- That Midnight's a real "kool '.loeQl' >ftrfday Trfli: yad. 'Jcahib' Contest plaint will be taken a* confessedy Starke, Florida Intend to re.- at Stark, Florida, within Nxcalendlarmoata5
thin' kat". 1- ..The) Biwy Sees of the you. Isle the raid name with tWCl > from the date

I t t. :From Preceding Page] And I've explained to you flhat. I .CtaUttt, of" CWd ..art
deep in fact you might want to, A classified ad In the Telegraph for inowrtffh Missions a* At secutive-weeks i Ifc ttte Bradford *.. smith and QulnoyaBea.. must the be In writing of and must
High place residence
And catches himself a fish. say, brln*;* results. I a: Stoutest. TW >iw. cJ'tC' bringing' Springs County.Dated 'J.lqrajll.J:thla 17th day,of'JI.;January fc liIadUl. 1/13 4tp 1.8 poet state office address of the claim and
i BAPTIST In the moot atilt' : be crown I More than 20 talented Florida 1988. ant and must be sworn to by
-
ed.Valentine! Queen. at ih .Valentine / CHARLD3 A. DARBY, Ie the claimant, his agent, or his
First Baptist Church. Hev. girls, with aut.Y iLwedl.as In ) Court. attorney, ; or It win become
>to -be on : ._ _! Clerk; .of the .CircuitCourtBy : Foratybredterd. Counlr.'Tn'r'e1 voiducroidlmr
party <
given A. to law.
Lawrence Carroll pastor Suh
excellent voices hove Boulah
M.
qualified Moody
..
eaC January nth, U01I.Loula. .
,. day School, 0:43: a. m. Wor- Saturday to participate In the an- SEAL. :Poputy\ Clerk : Estate of ALICE- KITE .. Newman
'' iit Sunday
{
.Highland
v e v ship Services, 11 a. m. and v Sap : nual "Jeanla Contest" this 1/25 4t 2-15 deceased LOUISE NEWMAN. Execu.
u 1 7 JO p in. Training Union,1.School, 9:4m.., Worship 11 Saturday at' the Stephen NOTICE) TO CREDITORSAll trlx of the Estate of Alice
a.m. and 7:80: p.m., Chair Prac- PICTiTrtlVS creditor, of the estate of Kite, deceased.
00 0 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT D 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for tice 6:30: p.m., Prayer services Foster Memorial in White Notice, le hereby NAME given that Alice Kite, deceased are herebynotified file First publication on January
.
01 BUS OF all services.CATHOLIC 7:30 Springs, ._ the underslaned desiring: to engage and required to 18. 1868.THOMAS.
Wednesday p.m. The winner will'! *A crownedas any claims or demands which *: PIERCE
in business under the fictitious
JUST -
THE
,n WAY
YOU LIKE IT said
.-We are pleased! W not that of QUALITY they may have against ZOS-205 North Temple Avenue
St. William's Church-Sunday "Jeande" for 1068, and will name estate in the office, of the Starke, Florida
Mm. la PLUMIUNG
J C Knight recwpc'rating COMPANY, f
o
CD SPECIAL SAVINGS D receive a $1,000 scholarship( to county judge/ of Bradford Cminty. I/IS 4t
DElMO"IT Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday nicely at home after STARKE, 820 8. Walnut Street courthouse 1-8
: Florida, In the
: Moss\ and Novena, 7pm. contfriua her musical education. "
TO MAKE IT EASY TO OWN! COMMUNITY CHURCH undergoing surgery re enll1y.Her' The annual event is sponsored I "

:. I ISAI'II\IOS d \ !I k D'SPECIALLY l.iOWD. Sunday. School 9:40: .... m.lIol'nlng mother,la spendingsome Mrs. Charles Moneyhan time- by Music the Clubs Florid1/ Yd Federation the Stephen of I

11
Worship a. m. with A'ne family.. .
YOUR OLDS IS WAITING! Foster Memorial' Cotnmlaal n.
Nursery at 11 o'clock service Mr, George Roberts, :Mrs.

:.. r .Q. "'"rte only Rev. Leon F. miner,' R..E. Lee and M1S8' ,Enia Blahcha'rd The contest the. wetlloved'song diiHves/Rrf; namefrom ,by NOTICE

pastor. attended the. W.IS.C.S.. "JoaVtfa With
Foster,
Stephen
-EPISCOPALSt. "A Apart" fctrst Methodist -
: 'Day in
sT'It Munch *wa'r.! pulling out And special tavtngi on vinyl roof Or our great new, oward-winning Anne's Church. Morning' Church In Willloton on The Light Brown. greaf-grarid-}lair.'; !
: OH the stops to make owning Olds whitewalli, deluxe wheel direr Tilt-and kurt. W e.k. Bruce Rose, a
T.lescope St.ering Prayer and Sermon, 1st, 3rd Wednesday'of
MWM-au'r/ jetting th. idea, deluxe leering wheel and ;aid Mr X'aulIttntan son ot Foster, will be 8; Midst.;
chrome Wh.al-with Oldimobil.'s- and 4th sundaY 9:30: a.: m.' Visiting M*. *
light now.w.'v.gotagr.ofinder/ trim during "Oldi 88 Dayi"wDelmont eluiiv. "Imtant Horn" that hanks Holy Eucharist and sermon; : from tfrMay to Monday at the auditions and will serve' SUBSCRIPTION RATESDue
: 88 with" 'full-iize Olds as 'ktl escort forth* nwJeattle !
>eiv You olio !
con order when aand "Mi FredIMnicln
you Kgua.i. th. wh.ell :2nd Sunday 9:30: a. m. I Nursery w.re' Mr. : -
1 ryting-utf( for I settle for CB M the ba.Jl.Ue }Iou WIly power ieat or In short, if i .aiy to own open for all sem'ices.l]" of Avtrti PAflt: On
.. when in' tht program las
: flaln-janejbb' you can get Olds VA. power windows a full-iiis Oldimobil.=specially Sunday \Mr. arid ''MMT: : ''Jtm
-' during 88 Days"' Burton oT 3exiR d vWa Mr.
r .-perCormance from d new At your Old d.al.r'tright Evening Prayer William 8 a. I.m.JoneftV and bind Mrs.. Paul DlnJrtna 'Jr: and Morton, a young aotor ands other costs, 'stibscriptioh prices .of The 'Telegraph will
: DenifoluMi of Rou.... P p. m. Rev r who plays the tie !rdle

r now. Vicar. them David and of: St.'they Awwtrttlftr: all spent joined', the IB '"Th Stephen roster SKttry" be advanced slightly effective March 15, 1968. Sub-
'I
LUTHERAN tha
N w day with Mr. and Mr. Horace presetr'ttd.eich! suntmet at scriptiotoft be reneWed the rate until
at
: may present
.. Divine Worship, 11 a. .m. Kentucky memorai.to Fot r.
w l Sunday. Holy} Communion 2nd, Coot'filt tbed.t'\\ take home wheM dltfnor IDntries for the Jeanie title that date

... .. Sunday. Services held each everyon In honor enjoyeda of Mrs.family Burton* are In' the 1T-21.: age group.
.. Sunday at St. Anne's ZJpls-;: and )are advanced mu'ldortScapalble

.... ew minister.copal: Church. Richard Meyer:: Wrthday..(treats of Mr. and Mra. H.: formaneM.! of giving Each entry publio must per S 'March e

n y 1- i H. ;Hamilton are- Palls Mr.'lHa.mlI'ton' I be sponsored\ by a Florida Fed Subscription Rates Effective 15 1968IN
yk Mrs. Fisher
.. Vs deter :
N d9tir[ ........ .n eration. of Musto Chub, and
r ,eat.. I '01 lakeside; Ohto and' 'Hi* .
mart be from a family legally
bI'ot1l.er.1LJ1'I1' nlBter-to-law" R ... : LAWTEY :Mr 'II:. W. HanaUtfan; : of .residing In Florida. STARVE AND TRADE AREA

Wabash! Ind.' .. .
e Enz; IUseobakd' Mr.{ and >>.. .fiurfiejr; Th bbs rob ifr- t tW
By : tan ** '
: RIGHT
of.Jackeo'sville> 'WerA. visiting write. CttnMTbi it. AiMtoct 4)) (fee' Yep $4.50$ 6 MdMi .5
way yen $$2.50
.. +. &&& AAA& A & u his ,. parents Mr.': artrt Mrs. A. JOM- I".rlte .EBTRK:' -,
D. Dobbs on Sunday.JUrs. ;
Chores Activities of ItROOK'emsetsb pea:. TKLE
Putch Sardte,

: School Grace 0:43: Methodist a.m., Worship:( Sunday 11 Oa.; spent. Joyce(h. weekend here GRAPHIC 3 Months 0
$$1.
r and visited this fcllwibeth Terry --
'GII1II 0IcI\'i' >unj1..f.ee1s! / 0wJ id. ajn. i

:. ..Olive. a youngmobile from Oldsmobile. rTv r LJ" ] First Baptist. : Sunday'School .of tAwtey family and!In Starke.the :Bent6otFutch : A.oII'.1 County;; JoAke'e. '. Court Ceaaty'. k kit. j
9 45
: am. Worship! 11 a.m. and
;
.. Sunday vlaltors of, Mr.: and: .Florida." OUfsiDE'
< .ti.ICAkiTie
Too 6 Estate .
: p.m., TrainingUnion Mrs. J. E, Teston were) Mrs.ie.ton's .lai re: of TRADE AREA
t. pm. Midweek Service WedneA- < and lge: cl1tO.ATIS
lbrother.ln-laW! NO' + ) OF ,

BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC. day Church 7:30: p.m.of God: SundaySchool later Mr. and MM. :Marian The To. Estate All Person Of Said Interested bacedenti In
Tucker and children ot Jack: One Year $$5.00) Months
10 a.m., .Worship 11 sonville.. .i You Written are hereby instrument notified purport.that -- : 6 l $2.75

a.m., 6:30: p.m., Y.tMC. Wed- Mrs.. be the'' laet will afcd
Gaston to
ins:
,
: u. S. ,, HIGHWAY 301 NORTH STAHKE, FLORIDA n eclar 7:30: pjn., Prayer $erv. Miss Virginia teetarnent of laid decedent hla.

'" -, .. .... I Gene Banmet. and son and... I7avV111 been admitted: to probate in
---- --- --. bpeltt hereby commanded
lilt Id 'Cox OIL; Jacl t this court. You are 3: Mbttths $1 L75

Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. B. from within the .Ia date calendarmonths of the -

UWllklaon... and chllden.: first publication of thl. not|..*
and Mra. Louie Lee to appear' In thle court and show
Mr.

.\\1@UJ"1b1b o ii'JOO!!! @l\Dli'\ YOUR FINEST WORK EVER Walnwrlgrht visiting': son,Mr.and and daughterwere MreT.L : : action.OILU.aid. "will of If any thle to probate court you can In should,admitting why not the You mat, reneW noat' tK
Walnwrigbt' and other. relatives land unnvo/. T..d.A. Ya'wn, or $2.25' for six months\ (in trade area) 4.50

\\11IIii'OO 'iYlIDn? REVOLUTIONARY _ElECTRIC Bobby over Patrick the weekend.has finished. : Firm COUNTY publication JUDGE vn January per year or $2.50 for six'' months (outside_ trade area).

.
hi.'baslc training\ at Camp Le- 18.Thomas 1968. A Pierce AI

juen, N. C. and Is spendln 203-205 North Temple Ave.., '

'i- .. .. his leave here with his par Stance. *M>. BRADFORD
.. .. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
; Ills 4t 1-8
.
ants Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrick
'!'- ,r __ and his two brother and ,
111
IN TAMCOUNTY. -
E --- I 4 ___ sisters. JUDOR'S COURT
,
... ____ Mra. Frank Smith of Cleveland it ATtn FonBRADFORD COUNTY' FLA.Yn .
__ Va. Is visiting her sister 1'8' Kitate of .
:...: Produces __ ,'Mrs. Willie Dobbs and Mrs. NONNIE h. PULLUM a-k-a N. -
PUtLlTMNO'rtCH
: Milo Smith and their families L.

typi ng that; t Mr. and Mrs. J; Boyett-and All ci,.,dltor TO. of CREDITORS' the estate of JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

looks like children of Valdosta, Ga. }npen,' Nonnlo .JL Pullum, akaN.. L.Putlum. .
'l. the weekend with Mr. Boy deceased and required, are to herebynotified fileuuy )
-- - -
LL-: Printing : etfa .mother, Mrs. Ed Dutfoan claim or demands which I

., Mr. and !Mrs. Albert Bennet they may have against e Lid \uto Sales & Pervifc .1 ELECTRIC
estate In the office of the coun* MOTORS PICTURE FRAMES:
.
and family were visiting MrBennet's tv Judge of Bradford County,
., sister and brotherinlaw Florida, In.the courthouse at LANDROVER I
I Mr. and Mrs' J. E. Norman Starke Florida, within Blx calendar Peavy Brothers PICTURE FRAMING
month* from the date of UNFRAMED
Jr and .son during the week. the flrnt publication ot thla no- Electric Co. PRINTS
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent tice. Each claim or demand
SPILLERS'GALLERY
must be in writing and must The World's Finest In
: a few days with hei;; sister etate the place or residence ELECTRIC: !MOTORSSoldServicedRepaired
Mra. C. E. Strickland in and post office addrese ot the. 4 Wheel Drives
Gainesville.iira. claimant and mu.t be sworn Sold and Serviced by 104f Park
a to by tha claimant, his agent, Generators-Starters St.-Ia Five Potatofax
: ? 5 rfAk t u. M. :McClellan spent I: or his attorney, or it will become Robert Chevrolet Alterations 859.8551PLUMBING
ho weeli with her son andd'lughter.II18loY' void according: to law Green Cove Sprlnes S0.13: Armature" Rewinding
January IB, 1903 Jaelrsnnvlllo246 1"6..n
Mr. and Mrsr.oraiy SUPPLIES
.. AARON H. HOLLEY 4044 tenet Ave. .
: McUlollan and her new Aaron H. Holley TftckannvtlT AS7.252a!
grandson' Paul Bryan Model First publication on January JEEp CARTER'S
18th, I9S8.THOMAS -
luii in Sylvania, Ga. On Sunday A PIERCE!! .
Mr. MdCHellaa' visited them 203-205 North Temple Avenue Vehicle MOTORCYCLESHON Trading Post:

.. and Mrs. McClellan returned. Starke, Florida. I I1U Bathroom., Sinks Cabinet
I ,
41 I.' Keep W ironeor Station
e with him. Soil Pipe, Water Pipes

-, I Mr. and Mrs. J., C. Tye and NOTICE: ] OK. HUURIFF-8 SALE Wagon Fittings CommodeeLavatories !
1 6 ': M Notice la hereby given that I, DA
U i '. RS'3yr' Ax+WM4aeW1w.d t. ,>- n 49 Pam were In.. Jacksonville Sunday P. D. Reddleh Sheriff of Brad. a Jock Universals. MOTqnOTICLES

I visiting Mrs Tye's brother ford County Florida. under and "The
.. and slster-iiri-tow Mr. and Mrs by virtue of Writ of Execution e Jeep Gladiator Truck. AULM6&BLSMfrdianta Beat for ILess"!
sycb F .?. I to IExeclltton Top of
8 + IOU Hwy :21Mlddlebarff
iDF'Y Robert B. Keith and their Issued out of Small Authorized! SerVlre I .:.. Green
\ ,, new on Rex.. Claims Court of Bradford County. Stamps .,
.. m ) AI & t N N .I I Mrs. Floyd Futch and children Florida pursuant to a finalTatum : Approved Parts) Tuck.open 8 A.M. t P.M. Phone 282-5108
Wed., Thars., Fri.
.-, I visited and Mrs.Mrs.Green's Lee R.brother Green ta the amount of tlf.St defendant C 4 .Wheol Drive \1Vhod'; Dpn Sot !. A.M. 6 PJtf. PIANOS. .

.. I together with Interest thereonat Drive Cldsed Sunday:: if Monday\
George Prescott In V A. Hoe- a per cent and all co.t. of ". For Musical Adrteo
pital In Lake City on' Sunday. collection. MOTORS a. CYOLF.B
.. .. EDDIE BLAND C. CARTER
Have Sued l and have In mypossession NICE
M. and :Mrs. C. P. Gordon of
\ 4849
.
/ tlfollo.lna deecrlbed Blandtar Bice.JacP
: : SMITH-CORONA' OTOiell spent Sunday with personal property to MOTORS Inc. onvtUe 771-8X44

.. l their son-in-law and daughterMr. Wit Lot! S.* In Section IS. Towhship .. 1- -
and Mrs. Fred Pendarvls S Sobth, Range bEast, 680 W._ ADAM3JACKSONVTLIJB .

315 and children.. ae per map of Woodlawn as S54-77S1,

: SECRJ37AR.AL I' Mr.: and! Mrs. Dan. Parriah current theft same. public appears l record;, :IM. the ofBradford i MUSIC. '" -- -" .. Established: 1948
of Maxvine visited Mr. Par- Count Florida Parruh Motor Oilckertn* and Other'

rlah's sister Mrs. Hester Hicks. lot EXCEPTING described; therefrom. a. beginning one Name Brand Plane
: Electric Typewriter "and' other relatives her en SO feet West of the South DAL1SSERVICl9 ; Paulus Music( Co. KDlBAli. "SW1NQKB"
.
: Sunday.:" east Corner ., thence ruh North 100 feet, Bind & Strtng XiutrumenU GROANS
I Friend of, 'Mr I. J. 11:. Norman thence .
run West 100 ,
feet PASTS
SHEET!:
MUSIC
L Sr. wttl G4bcn Guitars 4 Amplifierf

.: The brand new Secretarial'9' 315 Is without writer. Designed and bum to twra\nV\)i : 1t! I'rbow that the is a patient In Point thenoe of run Beginning1.Boat lot feet to Rooaevelt laD
BV-adford I 82 Tears A.1 A Dealer School fiuilr\2ctlon 263)' ) I'erh.JarkapnviUefM-5619.
County Hospital.A A Supplies-
the
of colors that enhance tts-tirmao property Of the above
made. variety ,
a
question the finest typewriter ever I .
named defendant and that on Always (idol Used care
i : Your secretary wilt take new pride not only modem lines, it represents the bitlmata! &ift I", classUIed kA In the. Telegraph Monday; ; lf8at the twelve 18th day o'clock of February noon "l Laura *t, J ackm>vlD Roberta Recorder SEWING CENTER

.. r Vt the quality of the work the 315 turns out proficiency and appearance. brines rimJU.A .' on laid day. at the East!: door of PES'e.35e, M54. 1 '1::1 Music t.abi-si7-= t H.&N.
the Bradford County Court _
but In a personalized machine that becomes It Incorporates thousands engineering .- House, I wilt offer' for sale and BEAITIY. ACADEMY Repair, Department. -

N truly hers. ..even to Its reflection of the aura changes and Improvements ever traditional C> Tie;" Cimit C........ Of :Tntahth ell Cash to In the hand highest, the bidder above described for Jac 41 W.Monroe. 8C SEWINGCENTER

of her own personal perfume! construction.: Jadlcbil CUraU:: or property of said defendant Am rican'Hairstyiing taoavIR. JM.a..a1 1968 Singer
.
.
typewriter .y lorlde Im "And. For. BradfordrtFJlANCIS to satisfy the aforesaid 9510 Beaob Blvd.

TIlls :new Smith-Corona Secretarial 31ST11 See thi,' w.3iS SCM tt3dl!r come in I i r_',.-I'I.ety.i .. '. Execution.P. ,I>. Reddish.. Sheriff -, .-. JMskaottvuln. MR-SMIt Like New'
I : OR. ..FALOOOTTlatntlTf. Bradford County Console Model make cSt1pIt ? -
a creates a dimension of typing performance with your secretary, and WitfWr show you the ve JOSEPH!: 'FJkJ/- 2-1' 4t: .....29 VTATERNITY..WEAA stitches. monogramsm fancy ,

e. never before believed possible on a type quality of the work she can produce with it. MOUT.I NOTICD D ndant.-OF PUBLICATION. .. ." !NOTICR-TO+- -DEFENd i Academy a. 1 overcaatg, sews on button,

.. i \JO: JOSEPH;: JN' CIRCUIT ax W.'MONR016tl make button holes blind
X RMidenoi Unknown COUNT .
'dl't And -
BAAD\I'ORD
.
: Priced at $315 Little/ / More than a Manual' I .- You.Ar,. J erebF.iio\iii..d\ that IN FLORIDA.CHANCERY."' : +o3QVH.i. ')'3:- Mi Pemorutrators titche* No attachmenU$48 or $IS per-

aft action\ for divorce haa beea. t.TSL) wtLLl'AM9u.lntltf roo. tall Jax 771-185O .
fuse Bralnct. you and you areg
: See It NOW At The .qulr.d to serve 0 copy of your 'VS.' d'Hairstyling
written" defenses. If, any to itore Case Nov. 227 WESTERN STORE .
Eugene F. tlnaw. Attorney OOPTrON

.. lot Plalotlff.whe.e ad4r it 1. Defendant, .
litSouth ,1V( lout Street, NOTICE TO APPEAR LITTLE DUDE
8t rW, Ftorlta. ano flu th, To.Trnnxan J. Slndy. De... Del, Academy "
BRADFORD J orSjrlnal with the Clerk of i L the Dumfries, Y'lrrnUa 76cki6nt112eW'' Host Corriptetefor Western Store
: '. COUNTY I above styled Court on or t (ore Ton are hereby notified the a Sb! p M'ot.ber-Co-B'e ''Wrier.
February 1lStt, other"li.e a suit for Adoption bus. beep filed tS 1'AMtyt! tltl': TouTl rind everything -
JOB ment may be nt r dajmnet against you In the above named 7..wk&o NVH1M sU-8617 .. For the, Hone
/ you font e. relief d.- Court and cause and you ..rtroqulr.d JUDY'SMATERNALANE Enthusiast"Clothing!: _
lnallrJod In. the Complaint, to serve a copy of your Accredited" tern
hand end answer or plesdlnt' to the lAat.ber-
WITNESS 'my the complaint
E ;,1" TELEGRAPH .al of said Court on' Jan. 13, on the Plaintiffs Attorney Qualified instructors oo I9dt.C Hon. George H. Fierce 103- Modern Styling ;Charle*-* Sharon Petty
SEAL 20S Temple Avenue, Starke, Fla.
Charlm. A..\tJarby and file the original In the office Monthly Olaseee"Where 1007 Park at:'8 'pointsJackao'nvtile M>3 So. Edgewood Ave.
A* Clerk Of laid Court of the Clerk of the CircUit' tomorrow' stylists Jach.nn\UIa 384U1BSECTION
Plret publication: January 18; Court on or before the 10th day are trained" Ei4 S- G15
...!... 1981 of February. 19891 I otherwisethe _
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COURT, ,addr. unknown vllle, Florida on or before the
THaqCIRCJI1IT
Prison ; Wins; Qrtrfls; Men 34 DttUUtft aS I centtj.: OFV. KbVHIBA: .JBIOHTHjruitiAi. ; YOU M ARE HEREBY: I 19th day of February 188S.
I Magazine i : Highest Mark\ Adklns; 'Jack BennJ'- !.n'. arid''' Mra.. James Roy CIRCUIT IIX '( I that a proceeding for Herein fall not, or Default
1 Stalnaker of OalnesvlUe ep@nt AMIt! FOR. ban been brought In the> will be entered against' you."
Junior Hersey. BRAoonnCIVII. ('OVTSTY. Court for Bradford WITNESS MT HAND and seal
Honors In National Contests r :.. : Sunday with Mr. and Mrs C. ACTION, I Florida, against you. of said Court at Starke, Bradford .
( Jo StaJnaker and family, that MASlo iN\] C. LJDVEN1IJ.I'lalltirt. hereby required' to County Florida this ZS duy
< Lake the Clerk of the OalneR'I of January", A.'D. 1898. ..
afternoon to
went
:Th; Florida State Prison won second'!!, place for. art Ana *& : they vs your answer or other :: : :
target of a recent unwarrant layout t City to >visit Mr. and !Mrs J. P. Cale No. 240 In said. I proceedingand CHARLES A. DARBT
I" \ Thompklns. FRANCIS' LEVENE copy of name upon \IV Clerk of the Circuit Court
tJo1h1
ed blast from the XT. S. Supreme Staff photograP1.ler. Defendant. ,
Burwoll, for | B7 Beulah M. Moody
!' Court, stepped Into the Ricardo won third p +e-Kn Cindy' .' The State Of Florida To: Attorney
.
4t 1-11
1/25 ;
JTRANC19: LEVENE 103 North Main Street
national limelight again last the photography division.The Lake Butler
week wen\: Its inmate publication contest attracted: 735, don I
took the highest numberof entries from 50 penal!: publications -I Flag I It Gets Grant .
journalism excellence hon In 'the United States. Dora I' I
or? In nationwide competitIon Sinclair pointed putt that,. ; :; t ..
For
the magazine produced"by the ,' HospitalThe

Produced: : as part of the offset printing method Is ._ C1ov perfecffor Dermanent-press-c1othes :
prison's'graphic arts 'training written edited and printed 'rl Board of Commissionersof
program the Ralford Record Inmates lie said there are Sblillg Slate Institutions has approved (and everything you wash)
received ten awards In categories currently ?25 on-the-job trainees a Federal grant of
$330,000 to assist In the cost Saves hours of ironing trne
enrolled In this
,
of writing editing content program .
under the 'direction of a Ilk of planning' :, constructing: and -
!' art and printing production .
I equipping a new 25-bed hospital '
graphic arts Instructor Randy ; .
quality in the annual \
American Penal Press contest "The Batfowl: Record is'' a in Lake Butler. ..,
The contest Is sponsored toy by-product of this training Paul' King Memorial Hospital! !
:
and Dr.
the county
Southern Illinois University'sDepartment program:" .Sinclair;. .stated :neve George owned by.F, Bolles. Is pre entlyoperatl'JIg .
of Journalism."We "and the continual winning of Ronnie. under a conditional

were very 'proud to national recognition speaksfor license issued by the State ,
]learn that our Inmate publication the effectiveness of thisparticular Board of Health. The license' or
had once again taken progranL"The Kelly < was' granted with the understanding II
top bonors in national compe i superintendent noted that the Union, ..,
tition." -s"M Superintendent' that the prtonaso offers gan I L County Commission would IiI
DeWitt Sinclair., "Last year," numerous\ other training pro- i make every effort to build anew I ...
.Many Inmates are 'SSnlfcH i I
grams. engaged
1Ht continued "the magazine facility. f
rC
.
In learning .tra.des. such Trtwt.: *---
won the sweepstake III award. Cost of the proposed new : #
as ell t" nCs! ; ornamental' hospital' Has been estimated at
the most
outstanding
and was named
.penal) magazine In horticulture,' office machines Flag it ii 500000. The balance of about t ."elt! :' ; ,
'
Jerry obtained
the nation." tocattoinrt--agriculture $170,000 may !be I'
upholstery, furniture feflnlshinjr. of revenue, r f '
Ueckey The: ,magazine's won the editor.Charles John C. shoe:Te.pair' ;. cottklng' and Smith; certificates through' the by sale pledging racetrack 4'ii y : 1.1 .: it'S
'baking and dental his eight) weeks
drafting ixsrehue. *
for the best
Clayton Award
: prcwthetlcs.( Center Pvt. Union County lies authori\
Journalistic achieve
single In addition to on-the-tob ,.the funda ration for the sale of a million ITU'
ment during 1967. .
training academic education ., includ dollars worth of certificates *
Fred Hewlett art editor,; classes are available to those Mark combat, but eo far has used onlya pi t "1
won a first place certificate who have had little or no formal BUr first aid, portion of that amount for ftI
for a mural depicting thehisiary education. Sinclair said subjects, all renovation and additions to tho ..
of printing. James there are presently 294 Inmates B ;; ..352 t' ( ours o* courthouse
$elta, .!also of the art staff : enrolled in academic Bill designed to l'

classes. He pointed out that In Ralph : physically ,and Bo01- ..
Adjustable
1997 alone. 143 Inmates received Mark I. ] future Assign Vinyl ..
cent ea .
Covers All urea 10 M
FLORIDATHEATRE general education development : : ,.army unit "
[TOED] high school Adro ,of Bradford nt The TeleKraph.nv 15 )
equivalency: dlplomes. Also he Leo Pvt.'Strickland:
added, numerous inmates are Optl Mr. and, Mrs "OTU'J] N""..:,. ore r.4 ; '
taking advantage of courses! Mark k1an'd 'of Kings- PK.IINUMH.' AHPnAltlTO: MilOW1VKHK ,. e'
from Lake City Junior College Bill attended the O*' AIIAMJOMiOPHOPKUTV! : .....;" s:\ d' :.,...." It
-fi\o\'r. *
.. \ :t..ft 1or '
/, .,. ,; "
in night classes being held at J '' Florida. before Pumimnt. to Hoc tlon 11 Of Chap- > ....... .f. "'+ ""'"
Sbonrtlme Weekdays 1 the prison. service. He will ter 717, Florida Statute, -ntltlnd taw 1
l w-.11
"FlorliH Disposition of Unclaimed ---... .. J..r _
"All of these programs 'were training Act", notice 1M 1
Sunday 3:00. Saturday 1 Property
.. .' -I bnpemented to aid inmates in den : Md. hereby given that the pernorm, A rtAMELESS ELECTRIC DRYER gives clothes ettetl,
FRI: SAT. FEB. 9; 10 affecting their own rehabilitation I listed below ar>P"ar to be the,
owners of unclaimed personal care. Gently tumbles them dry. soft fresh-looking and ready j
I
," Slncalr said. "And as Intangible property presumed
den, or
Double Feature Program more funds become available, 1 : In Starke I abandoned. to wear. protected from color fading or yellowing by }

these!' programs will! be expanded 'were, Mrs. On.7-022D-0008 r>el., Starke Ollllard, ,Flo.Wlllll, V) at nightvvasnday '
1 It I Is our sincere desireto ; ( Tomllnson 'and Information qoncernlng the 'You can do your laundry on rainy days or :
CUNTEASTWOOD Offer the inmates every opportunity sey !!: and :Mrs. Cecil amount or description. of tile drudgery is banished. And a flameless ELECTRIC I 8
and the name and ftdadreHi -
Property
; to advance !in education Gene, and of the holder may be obtained ,- ""', dryer costs less to buy., .,less to ,uses'
Jim and ''' emln -
and trade skills: so that Temple by any persons po )
Interest In the property>
they may be better qualified by an addressing an Inquiry to See your electrical appliance deafer now.Mate .
"THE to ,meet the requirements of Richard May- Fred O. Dlckln:' n.n Jr 8tp.t I ,
Administrator, "
are the Comptroller a* '
responsible citizenship when
GOOD : they are :returned society," ; of another baby Capitol Abandoned Tallahassee' Property, Florida.Division He' I ..--.... ....dT1i
he concluded. Feb. 3, at sure to mention account number -
&& address, pul>-
and a
name
t. ; THE i Hospital. llHhed In thin notice. Unless -S. THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
Gregory proof' of ownership U presentedto "'- FLAMELESS ELECTRIC f
BAD : : iMayben' will lie the holder. by April 24, 1868 a d. rE"a'kvvh! trie! past... ...it's cheaper tool ;.
tAl ROPING CLUB the property will he delivered ton
.a Mrs. as the former the Admlnlutrntof. Tharenftor Graduate to a ftameless electric dryer.

[ TOE : RESULTS antly ; of Brooker, all further to .the claims Aclmlnlurator must he directed --' atoll urn, in. a ilea.. parsaH
y .. ,. noon' of Mr. and ear" reuo nwa _..J...
FRED O DICKINSON< JR. / o.i :-
UGIYEEEVMCLEEF TRUTH"e A* Administrator I
,. :41. Mrs. : r : Mayben xf t-8 2t .4-15 ..
.. .
;- Starting Roping March Club's:3 the weekly Bradford Inez ,upending, this ,__" I -.i,. ... _,....:.."' .;"",. ......." '_......':'>'\\tv:< :.n:'" .IIhr... .....,. b t I IIr II
TRUTH"e
shows( will be held. on Saturday grandparents, I

l ELI WAULACH nights. February 25 will 87th Russel. L. Hardee Green.of
ing
be the last Sunday afternoon "
show( to be held.A ence visiting Mra 1 I Ii
I&"lJ JTECHHISCOPE'TECHNICOLOR Mr. rr:7
rodeo is being planned for
_,.t' :-lCMW \ Mr. Dukes and ch.ll-\ :

sponsor the the club latter a J.selng part tbpnotch of all-out April program and to and and and Russ,Mott were Sunday.visit-USN 3

with the hope of making Stan
and Mott were i
annual event.
PLUS key : and Mrs. Trophy winners for Janu- Green .: Thursday.
ary were: age 7 and under- ,
Cox, just returned !
America Funniest Family m their Cindy Jordon; 8 through 12 ,
Green of Tonkin neat ,
1'llG ,.
p it ST F u t!!E N G TH F F q TO R E Paul Brown: Boys 13 Mrs he was aboard vv
,
through 19 Tommy Smith; Ruby Oriskany. .
Girls through 19-Betty Ann week leave and
J p o JN
2! Mrs. Mott Mott will is' the go WEST' .

of Starke.

son of Mr. .
MILLERS
301 D Prescott, will go cash & II U1tBUILDINGI
.on, the 18th of
'
:hjs physical for FALLS 1 I

Force I( '
SHOW BEGINS AT '! :: .,of Tampa, Is the jsaJesft name In foolii) t

A UNlVfASAL PlcrulI ADMISSION: Adults ISt ., homo here .
Children Under Mrs. Paul Pres MATERIALSOalacnvllle. } J
Charles Is I "
1 ?
SUN. MON.. TUES. FRI., SAT.. SUN. :- ) McKenzie Tank JVI.1O: : N. Waldo Rd. \ /4 P 0 W r.; R D R Ill'Plu.n.
FJEB. 11, 12, 13 I nraaiHXJnrk : .
Double Feature : J. R. l fytott\< and Phone. .uBvlfl 8NXOB7.1Jurknonvllle. ISO .. Ednewood, i il ".........,.

Brook:: Perry- l 114.1 Hln 111I11-0<171 t
:Mrs Tote '
Mlnml. a-a N.E.181ot St., 631-1479: 5.
'BLACK SOULS' vs; OalnesvUJe' this Orals:a ,-'7IMITOrlmmto. UJ-I" 8. Ore..* Ave, f 3'
M .. ,. : '.r Simmons. W Phone 211-111.14 ,i"JI"(, .
.V IldtSG taallktr7trynitr, t' r, CYCLE visiting her Prnmieola.Phone ,4.1M-BISa 1OO H. Blann ---- \ ..r -., :IIIC.3! .J
'hGbt l fIodIcdoIlLIrri' .. : Emma Mott _."
I Tannin 5IWHI N IMlltl *t., nifl-nSt: 110,SPLSIM .
De..,,". 4433 Okadcho-, :1,1&
:
Richard Burton I Weed. Rd. ...._. OHJ-rtllO 1.o1r1I.s
I ( L. L. Dyal were
Elizabeth. t Tkylor! and Mrs. M. J. ',\ ) .
: Beach re-
.Alec.GuinnessPSeterUstinov Ik . .\ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmINSTALLATION

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RE: : .IS A SNAP SUSPENDED. < ,

"The ".... I* I.l m.r m rrlUmit ..rinl>k Ifevfcaniriif. .! ....r
1.5S ....'Ify. ;)........1 U It. 1...ep lekea.. ,. .Were TILE\
CEMLIMG
Comedians: f '. w.y Milk Ntal'. .O5 .......Cded .III.I grid .:tR !.._

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Coming '. 4' S. Brown I
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FfcBRtfARY 21ST Service Station rAccesseiEsVAiLtaLEAraeW,1,0WPtlChw..hlr4rlsx' .

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'r NOWAT .: *BATTERIES-Road Service Ceiling Tile

4POPCtARPcEs ;: yruaia.awauwstt .. WIHOHYUMUA !* 864-7071
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.. .. eaaatranl .AOSSMI ...' | 'Starr. '

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PLUSFRANK

1.S ,;! E Station LI.' .WhKo't 10' 34 S ,';E; ,



Viei IN. Lubrication

wwwi --.. "THE BAKED ; RKRV1OK*-& Stark Batteries I I Ia1

Among-those attending

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fIIECTJON 3 .. -, BRADFORD OOTJNTT" TBUEGRAPn. gTABKB. VTIOTITDF .. _- THURSDAY.! FEB. 9, 196$ '
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Children's Group t"'T"

; ,,, .
Hears Speaker ;
I "
r M. I Ways to reduce the numberof
accidents that take the ; BARGAINS BY.
lives of many children annually ,
A were discussed! at the
Monday luncheon meeting of
THE BAG
the Bradford County Children's h 1 1e
Committee by Robert E. i
Vaughan medical self -help FULLAT
r
consultant tor the Florida
Bate Board of Health.

The speaker said that al

}, vw7i rN most 4,000( ) Florldlans! died as !it: d dLy
the result of accidents lost
year. "Children are usually'
hungry/ and will eat most any .
thing they can get Into." the r rJSna l lt

speaker said "For this reason, I Ipare.J1.ta ..' UI. Prices! Good Thursday", thru Saturday .....brul&ry.O,
should take extra I
pre.
caution In keeping anything' 'It's Academic Quantity Rights Reserved 320 South Walnut:St. Starke

poisonous out of their reach."

Member of thn BIIS team which won on the "It's Aca
CARD OF THANKS demic" competition Fyne Taste Ret or Drip Limit 1 with $5 or more order
proxnrm recently are ((1-r) Paul McLeml -
May we take this method lIOn of Mir and Mrs. II. A. MrLeod of Starke; Ilara
Jerome Edwards Cited of thanking the fine people of Bowen, lion of Mr. and Mrs. Perry K.: Bowen of Starke and
Starke for their kind expressions Gary Hamilton non of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton of COFFEE 29 C
of sympathy In our be- Starke. LBa BAG
Jerome Kduanta: (left), son of Mr. and' Mm. Merrill Ed!: reavement. These expressions ,

wanly of Starke, and a 19S7 graduate of BUS received the have been deeply appreciated' A Bradford High School debate Thursday. March 4, at 7, p. in-I
Id, Outstanding Young Educator Award presented teat week at Mrs. LInton R..Bailey and team came out the winner over Channel 12. II
tlio DlHtlnjfiilMhcrt. Service Awards and Bonnet! Night Banquet ,family. by a large margin on (Members of the BUS team
17 OZ. TIN SUNSHINE: COLLARD DOLES PALM ISLAND SLICED
TURNIP
given by the Jaycees of Naples.. Congratulating Edward Is Channel 12's new TV program were Paul McLeod Hare Bowen -
Norman Harris, Jaycee; president Edwards Is a 1961 grad- "It's Academic which features and Gary Hamilton. Team'I' MUSTARD PINEAPPLE I Lb. Flat lOc
Adjustable Vinyl BoorCovers between area is Mrs. Sue Jerffers. GREENS Can lOc
uate Clf FSU majoring In music and ban been Naples Senior competition sponsor : : .
All Sizes 30 cents ea.: schools. The team will continue In' GOOSE GIRL ASST.
High School band director for several year at The Telegraph., In a show that was taped competition until It Is defeat- BEAUTY SKIMMED\ TALL (pAN MIXES 3 6 Oz. Pkgs. 25c
last Saturday In Jacksonvillethe ed. They will next compete, on:
Bradford High team, three a date to ,be announced, with'I EVAPORATED MILK lOc GRIDDLE CAKE BISCUIT PANCAKE CORN
members of the Debate Club Winner of two other programs.! MUFFIN HUSH PUPPIES
..i. racked up 255 points to 90 for That show will be aired two
Newberry High and 90 for weeks after the first on March
Central Academy In Palatka. 4. LIMIT 1 WITH $5 OR MORE ORDER
The show will be seen


,: Applications For GED Testing PURE LARD 3 IIi:R 29c


Must Be Ordered Before Feb. 12


I GED test applications for In June. To be eligible for the I FYNK GALLON BREMNKK:
the State High School Equi spring testing period, applicants
valency Diploma must be ordered should be enrolled kn the TEX BLEACH 29c SALTINES 1 Lb., Box 19c
.
tP L one week before the teat program for adults. Telephone
Ing period of February 12, ac numbers ate tHM-6150 and 6845341. sEA: CALL iKKKN LABEL 64*: OZ. (CANS LIKES! 4 OZ. CANS

Whether cording to Bernice D. Bate'maIn TUNA FISH .5 For $1.00 VIENNA SAUSAGE $1.00
1 ? official testing agent ton'
.: : this program.> Itt.. twtwtYtv/nlTh DIXIE CHEF 16 OZ. CAN DIXIK CHEF 5 13Ji OZ. CANS

J', c.. in his V i i k Include Prerequisites satisfactory for the scores test or PORK AND BEANS 9c Spaghetti and Meat,Balls $1.00

name n, ,a : .1 verified high school credits In HAMPTONBy _. .. ., .., .. .. .
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SELF-RISING
must be residents ol
;; J ." There will be'many times in the immediate ;. Florida. 20 years of age, and **********A A AAAAAAAAJ
must have the state tentIng LB.
paid
.= . future of your young folk-even before they fee of $7.50 in advance Twenty eight members of'

reach college age-when thesavings reserve from Applications Mrs. Batcman may be or obtained Law the at Brotherhood the Baptist Church and BA'smet on I FLOUR 5 BAGI G 3Sc

you start building ahead right now (either in rence T. Oglesby at the Vo- Friday night for an Inspirational I
yourownortheirnamescouldbemosthelpful. ) Tech Center. Applicants a program featuring slides I
requested to bring their reon visitation.! A delicious meal
..make "all the difference." S. of barbecue ribs and chicken
security number with them. DIXIK ICHEF my OZ CANS JACK O'LANTERN: 17'' OZ. CANS
Save here every" .payday 1. During the week of Febru was enjoyed by those present. CHILI WITH BEANS 5 For I
t r : ary 12, Ole testing periods will The Young Woman's Auxi- $1.00 MASHED YAMS 2 For 25c

S be at 1:30: p.m. and 7 J>"nat liary of the Hampton, Baptist .. .
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the Vo-Tech Center. All Church will observe YWA : ;: : : ; -. : : .. : '
tests must be completed during Focus Week, February 1117. II.R.TA.C'E'
this week.Applicants The theme for this special

FLORIDA retests must who(have plan been to take en- Various week Is activities"Atware-InvoJved'1 are planned, I'w'o"'o' .F".H'I..I..t.-i 11"I'N'G"'E"SI-A"E"s''L'I'D-c'E' 2-L'O"O"A"O'F"Z.

rolled In sublect to be relented for the entire week Includinga 19c1 1.1
or have waited" for 180 days, hayride and supper on Fri- 1'
,,.... :'//t'N'K'/ '; : '1 '";r', (S'' ','''tr"A" .R'K"'E"' according to the state regula- day Feb. 16. All young ladles
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scheduled for the second. week Invited to attend these meet- a-
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ings.Mrs.. Barbara Hill and Debbie I GRITS 08 MEAL Southern Maid 5 lb. bag .
THE RIGHT POINT for the were supper guests of MrIand 29c
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group the way yon write. Come In Mrs. Milton Misner: of I FROZEN GOLDEN FLEET 16 OZS. FROZEN BANQUETBREADED :
.lid select:! :your favorite E8TERBROOK Gainesville last Friday night.
j U"S fountain pen. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priesterof SHRIMP 97c MEAT PIES 80zs. 15c
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11 1 were weekend visitors! of Mr. FRENCH FRIES 4 For $1.00 DINNERS ''3 For $1.00IBAKING
and Mrs. J. O. Adklns.
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell,
r7 and Phyllis spent the weekend,
at their camp at Ocmulggeel
river In Georgia. I

') AUTO SALES Farm and Industrial MEN'S WEAR ,Office Equipment express The their community sympathy wishes to the to' HENS LB. 29cI.1

families of O. C. COx Glen I
Equipment STAG 'N DRAGS McIntosh.and Garfield Johns.
BRASINGTON ,I Stanley Blacker Sport
Coats Hancock Office -.
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE S Arrow Drem Shirts SENIOR HICKORY
Santa Fe Tractor RANO'II I SAVE lOc LB. LEAN FRESHLY
,\ ", S Puritan Sweaters Equipment8mithooronaAuthortzeli SAVE 40e
t.. lan. e Cetera Jackets CITIZENS SMOKED BACON Lb. 49c
SALES & SERVICE Inc. GROUND BEEF 5 Lbs. $1.99
l Ladles Sportswear
Fine Selection of Used Oars NEWS AZLKPUltlr.
Dealer PORK SAVE 20c AZALEA _
Two Store ALL MEAT: SAVE lie 12 OZ. PKG.
Taken On Cudillao Trades FORDFarm 19"'. University;Gainesville (JIaryVleto1'otam.Adding ROLL SAUSAGE Lb. 89c SKINLESS
FRANKS
Z001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Tractors .: ImplementsFord and Oalneavllle Mall Machines. CaJooJatonSALES.SERVICICRmNTA.L8 The next meeting:of the Senior 38c
PHONE 878-5301 Citizens ,Club will be a
Industrial Equipment I MOBILE HOMES SAVE daytime meeting at 1:30 .
USED EQUIPMENT TIMID IHscnssi yon p.m.In LEAN MEATY SLICED
requlnments with am first.S28 the Pratt Street Recreation QUARTER SAVE 20c<<
SALES PART SERVICE MUSTANG N. Main St. GtUnsvtO4 Center. Meeting: 'at this time I
CRANEAuthorized PICK UP & DELIVERY .I Phone 878-OM1 will make. it easier for moat
; Mobile Homes Inc.
members to'attend so we are
LlNX'X>L.'V-l\IERCURY 4433 N.W. Sixth Gainesville ou-tlJ./ Discount Mobile toping for a big turnout at I Pork Loin Chops LB. 59
Sales &; Service Phone 376-2548 Dome Bole! Lot. the St. Valentine's Party to I
2201 N !Main\ St., Gainesville Purchase discounts) on entire PAINT & GLASS honor Emma: Schafer and
Phone 372-4373 chain guarantee buys is/rlngs. Morton. Alex I

GARDEN SUPPLIES NEW MOON CAPEULA The by-Iowa as proposed and I
Crane Imports PACEMAKER Liddell Paint & adopted .by the membership on,
t Volvo I I Used Mobile Homes Low January 23. are as follows\ : I FROZEN SAVE Zlc IS LBS. AND UP SLICED: AMERICAN
MO Austin Henley: Priced With approved credit hT. name of the club is SPARE SAVE JOe
Johnson&Faris Inc. Glass Co. RIBS
608 E, University, Gainesville, low a* $100 down. Bradford County Senior Citizens Lb. 25c CHEESE Lb. 69c

Y zone 372-4201 Complete Line of 4830 N.W. ISth St Ml North GlaM-Mirror Sliding Door. ', sponsored by the tSarke .'ooDlR SAVE 4o SAVE lOo
SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet Gainesville 878-1844 Tub Enclo Recreation Department, affiliated
CALL COLLECT urett-8hower Boon the National Councilof COTTAGE CHEESE 1 Lb. Cup 29c
SuppliesFERTILIZERS Furniture Tops-Windows with PLATE STEW Lb. 29c
RealtyPOWELL'S V\ Senior CItizens, Inc., Washington
MOVERS IndowsAwnlngWallpaper Storefront D. C. Affiliation dues, SHORT' RIBS Save lOc LB. ; 39c
Beauty Academy 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Long Distance. Moving, $1 per' year per member.
I Learn 221 N.W. 8th Ave. Local Drayage 118 NW. Sixteenth St.g Aims: To provide opportunities I
a Profession In Your GAINESVILLE'128191SEWING for friendship and recre- GOLDEN RIPE
Spare Time. Full or Part Time PHONE ST2M18Galne.vJ1le. Storage PackingprMln; itlon, and to contribute to the
DAY & EVENING CLASSES FJa.I Shipping ''betterment of the community.)
Low Tuition Term. FREE ESTIMATES CALL Membership open to men. and
219 N.W. 10th Ave. HILL'S MACHINESNational women 43: years and over.

Gainesville 37S-2768! I LADIES WEAR Van Service' Inc. r operating Non.-sectarian a,nonprofit non-political basIs,, BANANAS lb. IDe

SMO N.B. ,Waldo Bd Sewing
1'' ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Officers: President, Vice
Gainesville 8724271MUSIC
Cherry'sGatnesville's I President?, Treasurer Secre-I
\ Machine Co., Inc. tary, and oHuse Chairman all

Most Fashionable 1( elected for one-year terms. I ICY HAG .U. S. NO. 1 KUSSETTPOTATOES
Address For Ladles Dealer for Club dues: 25 cents per
Motor Repair Co. Lipham Music Co.ChUiMvflle .
Pftiff -New Home- Nrlco month or 12.30 per year. Visitors. -I
Of Galnemllle, Ina.Repalr1ngRewlndlna. DREBSES-SUITS-COATS Shopping! ", are Good Vied and Repossessed :29 cents per month. lb. 10lb.Bag59c
; MATERNITY 1VEAHACCESSORIES 872-UA3 :\lod..J.SIIIHReopairs (Business meetings shall be APPLES Bag> 49c
New and Used 110 N. W. 10th AvenerAuthorized All Make held the second meeting of I
WORK GUARANTEED each month.
LIMIT 2
2816 N. W 16th St. Two Stores Baldwin PIanos At Organ Budget Terms Available HARD RIPE KLHEAVHERE: : 49c
Gainesville Florida 7 W University, Gainesville Guitars Gibson Goya '11 W. University' Gainesville ASPIRINS 100's 9c
1 Phone 372-8318 Drums) Ludwig Sllngerland I
& Gainesville Mall j
/ Feuder Standard Amplifier 873-1353 Adjustable VinylCover Book TOMATOES. -25c II OX. CAN rOLOVrii: Re..31l"nthol. Lime

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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Circuit Judge John A. H. Murphree dismissed two Auditor

I! suits brought by Container Corporation against Brad Says

ford County on timberland tax assessments, followinga ;

hearing in his Gainesville office Tuesday.The .

judge granted a motion .
Bradford ., A, ,
by County's attorney.
assessments. Yawn contendedthat More
: T. A. Yawn for a summary
the issue had been resolved Yawn Set
judgment on suits brought by
when the court ruled for
the plaintiff on 1966 and 1087 '
the county after a trial based
on 1965 asseeesnente.Container 'VL cT Work
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plaintiffs entered suit on 1965 b
Chamber assessments protesting a $78 Th..Nf't'four Tornado grlildcr. walked off with. the big l awards. at the annual Bradford

an, acre average assessment on Hlffh football banquet lant humility. Lift til rights end Ronnie IrifCKH, moat Improve!; Needed J JA

timberland and Judge Mur- router and linebacker Andy Majton. brat Hit-mini and moat "|1'tlrt..mRnllk.4It11Utf"rbll.'k; |

Adopts phree a decision upheld last the Judy valuations in Billy llflote, first book, and tackle Chiiilr. S.iilth. the "bull1 awurd.. cleaner operation is t

The other four plaintiffs still needed for the accounting
Theron A. Yawn III of
son
have since settled on back system of the
up
taxes, but Container appealed Tornado Football Players Judge and Mrs. Theron A. City of Starke but much
seniorat
Yawn of Starke and a a
BudgetA to a district court. Bradford High School, was A improvement has ,been,
In his Tuesday order. Judge
made in the past Auditor
notified Tuesday that he has year..
Miuphree ruled that Containermust received to Ned Scott of Purvis
an appointment
24,000 budget was adoptedby pay court costs, and interest -
the Bradford Chamber of at the rate of six per Honored At Annual Banquet the U. S. Naval Academy in Gray and Powers of Gainesville

Commerce's Board of Governors r.-nt per annum from April 1, Annapolis Maryland. told the City .Council -
at their first meeting: 1967( on, the amount of taxes Yawn's Is the second military Tuesday night. .. "

of the new year lost Thuas- held to be due for the year Hud work and a willingnessto ers kept their pride and never All-Conference team Maytonwas academy appointment to Terry Yawn Scott appeared)' at the regular '
1966 over and above the the be awarded a BUS student in meeting the council to an- I
day. Feb. 1. keep going when It wouldbe quit trying. also named to Gainesville -
Newly Installed President amounts deposited into the reg- much easier 'to quit were Biggest award winner of the Sun's all-area team. two yeaisA 1&07 BHS grad dent to attend the Governor's swer questions on the awttt report
istry of the court. Containerhad Jim Godwin son of Mr. and Youth Conference on Educa- he submitted in Januaryfor '
Wayne Whiffen presided over cited as prime reQulstites fora night was allstate'pelCormer In his career at BIIS May-
made a payment' ,for I960 Mrs. James Brown Godwin of tion last spring. the board to study' 'Not,:
and the big 193-
his first board meeting. winning football\ team Andy Mayton ton has played mlddleguard\ ,
shows based on Its own appraisal of FloildaState lineman who has feigned defensive linebacker the State Farm Is attendinghis Terry Is also a student pilot many questions were asked,
The new budget a for coping: with life by pound end cen- .
what Its property should be as- plebe year at West Point. and has earned radio broad- however; most of the time wan
at with Oroigla the at
$600 Increase but Manager Coach Bob Harbison a college pact ter, and tackle post
sessed. to hisfriends spent' In mutual compliments\
Pete Novak said the Increase the annual ,Bradford High Tech. Mayton was named which he excelled. Yawn or 'Teriy' cast permit.
Is a book figure only In that Judge Murphree also ordered football banquet last Thurs- Outstanding Lineman, received As a sophomore, young Is a B-plus student at "It's leally long range." Terry Merrill between/ the Council and Scott Cleric '
that advertisement for sale of of the Na- Edwards ,
BUS member
Award and a says but he plans now to
the
certain Items, such as special Sportsmanship Mayton was tough enough to
the lands Involved In the suit day.Harbison He Is The audit covering the fiscalyear
projects like the calf scramble head Seminole from Dr. Calvin Houpt, was win the starting mlddleguard tional Honor Society. pursue a Tour-year degree in 30 1967 Juu ,
faxesbe ending Sept.
.. for non-payment of 1966 "
..... halve been included In of ten defensive line coach who has awarded a silver football for position on Bradford High's president of the 19(17-68( Sen- political science and to end up been received favorably by QM
stayed for a period of
the spending bill for the first from February 6. been at FSU 19 years said not missing a day's practice first state champion team In Ion Class and is president with a law degree. He's Interested Council !which has ,heaped

time. days FSU grldders "play to win," all\ year, and was recipient of .his! junior year he was stalwart the Science Club, In government work on praise upon Scott for clearing

As proposed by the Budget There's no such thing as a a new award for the team on a Ine that for two He is also a member of the the state or national ]llevel. up the city's financial}: opera,*,

and, Finance Committee the AssaultCharges good "defeat, Harbison told captain, That was a blanket.Identical years straight led BHS to Student Council, the Inde- His reason for wanting to tlons. \For the first time .Ihi .
new document was adopted Bits griddei' and their parents to those given seniors tttate crowns. pendent Youth Council, and attend a military academy years, the Council fem it'' ..

subject to a review after six after a roast beef dinnerIn of the two state, champions This past season he wall attended Boy's State and was "It's the 'best way I know to known what U going on"and

months. the BHS cafeteria.: He echoed football teams which fills shifted to center and linebacker the only Bradford County ttluYarbrougli actually take part In history, arms assured the, city's opeiatlonn -

President Wlilffen also what the grlddfis/ have written on (It "l&fiO'tuid' '' 1 1ltl7!) to plug.hole! In the injury und (One way to get closest to are in the black. '

named chairman to (thq' ; following -.,. heard many biases from BUS State Champs." N )'id'UxlToa'a team. ,_, ..2 t; ,$(\v.1D.IP.t'o'! "s _......,.., Qutiiytntf ,Scott aboutUMcify's ,,. ,
committees? Head COIU Jr."P1tvnt'1'tlirlle- A three-year leltennan,' Quarterback Blllv Belote, Death Terry applied for a Naval I account, receIVable

Azricultuie. George Hug- The Tornadoes ended the Mayton was a member of both just a junior was named out- Resulted From Reserve Officer's Training Councilman Neil, Tucker was I
gins; Better Business, Roy DismissedAggravated 1967 season With their worst state champion teams. As a standing back.! He also received Corp but thinks now he won't told that almost $56.000 Wowed

Burnham; Budget and Fi- record in years, .a '5-& break Junior In 1908 he won all-con- a football for not missing a Natural CausesA pursue that course. The Naval the city ait present,,,but

nance. Gus Kopelousos; Government even mark.. But' Coach Hurse feience all-area, and all-state day's practice and was! the Academy was his first choice less than $600 of that ,represents -.
Affairs. Or. T. O. assault charges commended them for "sticking honors. This past season he team's only other all-confer- Union, County coroner's with the Air Force and Army overdue utility' 'bills Almost

Ritch: Public Relations Ernest against four Bradford High It out and keeping/ your heads and o'-aitejback' Billy, Belote erv-e performer.The jury has ruled that Harold B. ranking second, and third. all\ that amount la for

Patz; New Membership. School students were dismissedfor up when the going1&' was lough. were' the only Tornadoes to Most Improved trophy Yaibiough 40, who was found the current month's billing' ,

Clyde Terwlllesrar and Guy lack of evidence after a He said he Is proud Ma play- oe named to the Florida starBridge' went to junior end Ronnie dead ,in the Union County jail Mizell NamedPresidentElect Scott said.
Andrews; Tourism and: Conventions hearing in County Judges GHKJTS.! the Tornadoes' leading on January' 31, died of imtuini Upon hearing that. 'Tucker"
Feb. 6. cituHeg, and. that no( foul play in sharp contrast to the coun
Gus Kopelousos: Court Tuesday, post! receiver.
Zoning and Planning, George The four one a Juvenile, were The Bull Award, originated will indicated.The Of Starke RotaryB. cil's notion a year ago,'heaped,
Roberts; Industrial Buford arrested the night of Jan23 two years ago by PilncipalJim Inquest wan conductedIn praise upon Clerk Merrill Ed-

Mitchell: Bradford Improve- after, a fight with membersof Temple to recognize play- Lake BuUtir. Monday by F. (Bud) Mizell Jr., president wards. Other council members"
basketball State T. E. Duncan. echoed the sentiment. ,
ment Project clean up I. Bud the Lake City (1'S of touch caliber, went to Attorney of 1st Federal.! Savings & ?
Mizell, and Education and team. The boys' have been junior tackle Charles Smith. Testimony as to autopsy') results Loan Assn. of Starke, won Edwards commented, later .
lesser offense that there has been a tremendulls -
Business, Loyree Cocomlse. charged with the Only other to win a silver were given by ) '. I It. N. named ,
/ of 'thStuike.
prcKldent-eJct hit relationshipwith
of disturbing the peace by I change In ; ,
The Chamber's handling of football, besides Mayton and Klein, of Gainesville.
fighting and are still under Rotary Club at the annual the Council, He said lie
listings of rental property BeTote for being at practice Yaibrough, who lived near been through a trytatf;
$1,000 bond for their appearance election held Wednesday.New has ,
same under discussion and at Plea Day proceedingsthis every day was non-letterman Raiford, had been a patient in time but the clerk was p.',
Pres. Whiffen handed the lineman John Torode. directors elected at this Tuesday,
month. the Lake Butler but vlously pleased by ,
hospital,
matter to the Public Relations flme -
Everett Henley 17; Coach Hurse reviewed the were: Ervin Andrews, M. night's events.: .
are ,
Committee for study and rec Tommy They Wliui.' 19; and Tommy grid year for his audience Inclosing was transferred' to the jail A Baldwin, Robert Burch, J. Scott opened his comments

ommendations. Some board Newman 17.Disposition. the banquet.He when hospital attendants were D. Doyle, Fred Glenn and Ernest to the council by saying that
members said they think the of the charge noted the Tornadoes began unable to control him, Union Patz. his work In reorganizing,,
practice infringes on what 15 the season as state champions Sheriff would
against the fourth youth. County John Whitehead The new officers will begin city's accounting system
should be the Job of prlva.tereat.or' The youthwas They had won 31 withoutthe
are still pending. ; said. have been \Impossible
their terms In July.
] .. Other said local realtors also involved< in a knife straight ballgames without a ass I tSMC. rendered by; ,Edwards -

do not at present handle fight and has a second charge lo.s, one less than the 32 and his staff.:
rental listings and the Cham- pending. straight wins the 1960-62 The auditor explained the '

ber's keeping one provides a Ail the boys, except! Wynn teams' ran up under Hurse Sheriff ToldCan't report to the council page" by

service that would not other have been expelled from school and then Head Coach Lennard page when he first presented

wise be available to families BHS Principal Jim Temple 'S 4I Register until they lost to It in January. The press was,

moving to the area.. said. They have still not been Bolles in the fourth game this Invited .to the meeting, how,

Charles Sawyer turned allowed to return. I : past season.! Before the season ever, on the condition that
thumbs down on a day-to-day Newman was defended !toy '_ ended they "were to lose five Close nothing be printed about the
listing of rental property by Gainesville Attorney Stjpbee ba'I amell. report.. until after Scott's appearance '

the Chamber office but said it Scruggs. the other three by So green was the 1967 squad, Tuesday night. j
i Is' needed on a short term fflO Public Defender R. A. Green. Hurse said the coaches In The city was found to be I

to SO days] basis In cases like Nina witnesses, including !snrlnar\ practice thought the operating in the black for the

[Continued on Page Four) school official, were called. Tornadoes ,would be lucky to Pool HallsThere fiscal year ending last Sept.

But motions ,by both attorneysto ''t win one or two games It Wall 30, in fact, In doing slightlymore
aggravated assault million In business -
$2
dismiss the than
definitely going to be a down
charges were granted year after the pair of state !1-1 no state statute lost year with cash reserves -
held : :! Riving a county power to .
LUNCHEONThurs. T. A. Yawn : totaling $3O1,70 tn varloua .
after Judge
evidence Insufficient for -I championship set hours then the:! pool I halls: may remain open, Sheriff bank accounts.

Feb. 15 'the that charge. '.. Ir But hard work and determination P. D. Reddish was told when he made such u request! of The General Fund out pf

Scruggs told Judge< Yawn he : in spring practice the_ County' ,:Commission ,Wednesday. which most city operation. .(
12 Noon to 2 P.M. thought Newman was "guilty vastly Improved the green several: : rstaDilHlvmenta in the familiar to the ordinary citi-
of disorderly conduct In'worda _;. players Coaches took renewed county operate pool tables zen are caviled on."ended with
knock everybody Inside wouldhe
Starke and actions," "but not of aggravated hope when every red Jerseywas "otter hours" Reddish told the No evidence of a balance on band of $83,000.
playing pool.
Woman's Club assault. The attorney In on the tackle of all- Commission, with iloois looked lirri, drinking or gambling It was also pointed out ht

BenefitPubUe said he Is in sympathy with ''l ,9 /state senior Larry Brown on and curtains: pulled. The Sheriff would be apparent, Green said the actual net income (profit)
the the first; play of the spring '
the court's attempts, for said hit office believes that lint the deputy and sheriff of the. Utility System .. was
Library past five years, to halt Brad- (fame. The 1967 Tornadoes beer drinking end gambling, went oil to they have $127,558., but that missed the
Fund ford County' Juvenile problem, went on to play their former( which are regulate by law, reason to believe Buy these activities $248000 estimated in '''last.
especially at Bradford High '" .v state champion teammates to also go on "after hours.'* do exist, year's: budget by 1120.547.,
$1.25 Per Plate
School. a deadlock By "after hours" Reddish County Attorney T. A Yawn Total revenue from the

Judge Yawn in agreeingthat The Tornado began' this means between midnight sat. told the sheriff that although Utility System which Includes

This Space Contributed evidence did not consti- past season with Just two returning uiday and' Monday morning.The pool playing at any hour Is electric. water, and gas sales)

tute aggravated assault lectured starters -Mayton and county empowered, by a no.' against the law, the con und sewer charges as its major
Weekly to Publicize the four youths severely. BelotP. In just! a few weeks state statute: now prohibits gumption of beer after hours sources, was $596,269. up ,119
Caves I In the 27 mAn squad was down the sale or consumption of I"I 408 from the amount budgeted.
Community Event by SOCIAL SECURITYREPRESENTATIVE to 18 members as the Injuries beer in a public establishment Sheriff Reddish said. his office ''Expenses: of the. UtlEUy.(

kent plllni up. The Junior during those hours will have to live with ,the System totaled $306.4. dow

The CommunityState A representative of the Tile Water, Oak Creek bridge caved Monday; Feb. "R' varsity then had to be crtp- "A breeding ground for situation and deal with it as $18.202 from the amount sti-'

Gainesville Social? Security of- under. this 67,000 pound I'ulntrr'H Poultry feed tru<'k. The pled! to provide nlayers for the trouble," was "Reddish's tel'mtor best it ran. It will be difficult mated In the budget. of
amounts 'to profit
fice Is in Starke at the old varsity. About the only] advantage threi. or four places in to obtain evidence of beer That a
Bank agriculture building' (upstairs) bridge, built for 20OO4 pounds In. about \\Vt: iU"t. PUNt of SR-I Hurse says now was Bradford County which remain drinking. or gambling under about 90,000; the remainder

at 8:30: a.m. each Monday and on the Crawford: Road that many biy who wouldn't open after hours but keep doors tho current circumstances' he of the net Income of the Utility\ (

Friday for the purpose of con- It wa* still out today (Thursday) a" the. '! county awaiteda have played vanity ball In locked and window curtains /Kind. System came from the state'
Accounts now burned ducting social security busi pile driver to Mink new piling The truck fell In about A p.m. 1967 received valuable playing drawn. Reddish said It was a "fre- utility tax and Interest on

up to $15,000 by ness. Person who desire to Monday afternoon anti wu finally ""Itrll'at.'d'dn."dIlY, KM-, | experience The sheriff and Dcpufy. ( Rob- mendous help to us" when the bonds.
applications for retire- Commission But hours for consumption One of the biggest criticisms!
make ert Green cited several Instances
mates run ,to 92,000: to build w new brldK With what we started with
Federal Deposit laonr- ment or survivors benefits, social when deputies were of beer. A similar! the auditor voiced about hscity's
Witnesses at the wen enl! the driver of the truck nJorkMHivllle and what we ended ut with. '
security account' numbers, called to certain establishments, ruling, If one were possible accounting system Is)
man, t and looked, at the bridge, I backed :vou bova: did a pretty good
once Corp. or get any other social security stopped Sheriff Reddish did not name on pout] playing would do much that it. was out of balance! by
information are invited to call off and took ,.a. running start In the heavy trurk.A. job Hurse! told his: players them. By the time the door toward l closing down questionable $19.000 last fiscal' year. This

at this time. resident take, the only way home In the photo above [Continued on Page Fourl was opened to the deputy's establishments, he said. [Continued On Pam Itaurl







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George Hugglns and Titus Mr. and. Mrs. Louls Woods Hospital Rate that the recent increase in I payroll! cosl2Mand( ,; prices of:
Olson are attending the State and family of Live Oak and room rates was made necessary materials and supplies have at>
Fair In Tampa on Wednesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Buck Woods of With Your County Agent Increases Due by higher costs of opt:", I I so increased: in recent months'

Thursday.Mrs. Wellborn were visiting Mr. and To Higher Coats tton. lie said that the! increase irl
:Norman O. WInn 01 Mrs. J. S. Woods on Sunday. Mr. Saunders said that increases made
rates was as small
II \t ___ Orlando was a Sunday overnight Sgt. and Mrs. B. H. Spears E. F. Saunders, administrator I in the minimum wage at
.. f guest of Mrs W, H visited his parents. Mr. and NExT of the Bradford County law went into effect this possible just Bl1tr.lclentcover tq
WEEK, you may, might> be good if plants do not .
: I v GCATDYS MOOTTPhone Hart.Mrs. Mrs. Ben Spears. In Wesbvllle' read an announlcement cUmax- have good color or are not Hospital, explained this ""uK: I month, increasing: the hospital's! the added cost.Keith's
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N. S. Dankel of St over the weekend. I ec
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lng'progr '!:iat has been growing like you think they
.:. } 964-7608 Cloud spent last week with her Miss Lillian Stump and Mm. "in progress for.over two years. .should Three pounds of nitrateof -
. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. A. S. Harrlson attended the, Our folks In Bradford County. soda mixed in fifty gallon
. and Mrs. Meed. Lewis. Florida Fashion Mart In Tam* egpexftally, and Ins Mighiboring drum of water makes as gooda
r .Jerry Williams of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson: pa on Sunday. communities should keep Sunday growth solution as you want. Salon
: tad Tommy Chastaln I and Mr. and Mrs.Carson Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ketchle Mrs. W. F. Gubler end ( afternoon the 1Mb, wide Put two drums full per one- Beauty
and :Luther Williams of Starke nmn r Jacksonville, visited Miss Betsy Matthews and daughter, Becky, of Fort,open BO that you1 can participate hundred yard bed. Do not? do ,
' Attended the 24 hour Mfs.lt: IV Crawford. last Friday I Bill Meng! attended the circus Pierce and their niece, Kathy la this very special'event. this. more than two times. Any
. anee cejiTfc e*at )endur-I, / evening) In Jacksonville Saturday Williams of Okeechobee, spent ;" TOBA'OCO'' plant beds are way 1 if you thought. you need-
Beach over the Mr.' 'and. Mrs. Walter Stewart I night. the weekend with Rev. and well on their way now. With ed more, something else to I Likely AnnouncesTHE
Mr. and Mrs Dewey Warren of Gainesville were Friday I CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale. The Baas- weather like' we have been the trouble. Be Sltre'bed' i
cf Jacksonville were visiting evening visitors of Mr. and attended a dinner at the State dales have as /guests this week, hawing this year, 'you sure Is moist when,, this l is applied. I OPERATORSTO
Mr.,and Mrs. J. S. Sapp over Mrs. C. L, Cooper i Arsenal Officer's Club In St. ,Mrs. W. B. Taylor of Jackson-. need to give' good attention.. \ \ ''Sad to say but., ;you, sure' ADDITION OF TWO NEW
the weekend Mr, and Mrs. George W.I I[ Augustine Monday night honoring ville. to those beds. An hour looking got to do a little'or a lot of
. Mrs. Roy Clemons and Mr. Brown were in Lakeland over Lt. General John 1 L. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bitch after plant beds could well tax; figuring.: Farmers 'Income. OUR STAFF
a ,and Mrs. Gene :Norman visited the weekend visiting Mr. and Throckmorton of Fort McPherson and Mrs. Daisy perryman mean several hundred dollars Tax Guide 1968 Edition: Is
their nephew Richard Parrlsh. Mrs. Adelma Landon. I Ga., Commanding were visiting Mr. and Mrs. later on.: Even though you are a mighty good piece of Liter-
S in St. Luke's Hospital on Sun- Mrs. E. Lt. Crawford visited General of the U. S. Third. Ron Alton In Palatka. on Sun- ualnff a plastic cover on the ature for you. We have copies'
. day.: her (granddaughter Miss Beverly Army. bed, there Is always that In. our office and you 'will find -1
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. 'Bennie. Williams i Savanjihoa. Crawford and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Prevatt day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. chance tot Insects' or diseaseto them: at the bulletin rack In'the "zi-----;
", ;' Jacksonville get'ill.. Insects like Aphids, Courthouse, or step to the'phone
S !; spent theweekend Mrs,- James Richie in. Jr. and family have/ purchase of Gainesville were visiting
with his parents, Mir aid Mia.), over the weekend. the M. N. Yaun home! at 1)13 her mother, Mrs. Luclle Payis,I Plea Beetles and dbnblng CutWorm and call 964-6554 and
. Mack Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Johrt.Anderson N. Walnut street and plan to on Sunday. may find an entrance!: \ isle for a copy. All County
Ji k ,Mrs.:Jimmy: Newman' 'of of COcoa. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- move in within the next several Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van-: I One. per cent parathtan; dust' or: ,Agents office "'It ave these
. Wildwcod' spent last week with ward Schwab of Menlt: Island weeks The Yauns have derllp of Tucker Gatax4; fife l > per cent TBB3" dust 'flUthem guides and we .don't wane to
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a 24 parents Mr.-and :Mrs, ,, and Mrs. Olive Grpgory moved Gainesville.. Thursday to Saturday visitor lav halt to rest.:, If fifteen yU spray. I.;Just. ? keep them.
tt6Y demon.. of OalnesvWe, were,visiting. Local!:admittances to Bradford of her brother-in-law and slater use o&) ,- : pound one+oiurth per) Be SURE to get 1.I.e'papel: :

't' Mr C.,If ". Copper Wjafejnjphlettend ,Mrs. MyriMe Anderpprldurinq; County.Hospital this Mr.and Mrs. Harry.Mooty. cent parathion'or TDK wettalble. powder, next: week, then'you will l read
' '* tlatupdar'vtsltlni( 'the weekend. 'week Include: Wally Crews,, Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in. pound two and .one-half. ((5 tablespoons the final 18th words' SPECIAL.on the. Feb-. ji i
TMf.. and. ,Mrs. James Cooper, Mrs. Edith Christiansen was Spencer Swanbum and Marlene Fort Meade over 'the weekendto or ) ounces. fortytwo per ruary -
i)'I.Mr Clealon Rhodes spent, called to. Mew Orleans La. last O-om of Melrose; Bruce attend the funeral of Mrs. cent liquid parathion ''dr' one-

a ( Ilrst,of the' week,.ip. Qkt.f Saturday because,of. Illness of Roark.and Mrs. Mary' Strick W. H. Up.derhW. She was accompanied half pint' twenty-five per cent THESOUTHSIDE
' P Tgvra.dli'dk.; her daughter, Lillian. land, of Hampton: Barney by Mrs. E. D. Ten- liquid\ TOE' per twerity"' ''Ve
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. Mr -and MroyKarold: Bran-. Mr. and) Mrs I* Wayne Cat of Alachua; Mrs. ''Bfti! I ly who visited Miss Virginia" .,.. gallons of water. If you' are CHURCH OF CIIRJST{
j a//wtted Mr. .jid Mrs, C. Strickland! and family.of'Ocala Boatwxfcht James E. Crawford Raysor In Tampa. worried.only;: about mole crick-
;JUt .BnmbaJ;" k;& 90A. l visited Mrs. W; H. Hart Sun? Daniel Phillips and;!Mrs. Miss Lillian Stump went toOchtochnee. eta or cut worms 1 broadcastbait : Invites YOUTo
erttitday. ..a day afternoon. Janet M. Starling of Lawtey: Oa. on Wednes- containing at least two I
. .' :1Wr,',ad'Mrs''. one ,Wiggiiw I! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, !Patz Mrs. Fanny Olson aocU Mrs, day to get her mother Mrs. :S1- per 1 cent Chlorodame: or Kepone. Hear
rand 'daughter./, Qusan," visited I and family visited Mrs. Patz't Nealle Rich of Keystone F. Stump who has been visiting .
'Yelatives iu, ? ,YJ.1J.o. ff parents Mr and; Mrs. Ole Heights: ; Alfred Compean of Mr. and Mrs. John W.Orlftfin We have also. had and prob- THE GOSPELOF
- 'Laurltsen. in New Port Richey Brooker: Leonard Ollpla\ for, a 'week. ably will have more, humid CHRIST
; ) lit.Mr..'and Mr>"T B.Sr 71aTdtnq r overthe.( .weekend. Norman Sanders, Mrs. Ara Mr." and Mrs. E. L. Mat- weatWr that la just right for I
. .' visited ar cousin Mlsa Lou.8po .-. Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk Moltt. Mrs. Joan Solze and thews, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy blue mold. The same ferbam 8:30: Sunday Morning
.. Flood, In'.GalneavLl. ?: hos- were In St. George, Go. on .Mrs. Emma Ma ell Harris. 01. Andrews are spending! the zineb or polyram are used, for
e lpdtal Satiirdiir Tuesday afternoon visiting Mr. Starke. weekend: with Mr. and Mrs. T. preventlpji. If you are real WPXE Radio Dial 1490 "

:,Mr..and.ins.bill. Graham and Mrs. Aaron Thrift. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vlnln H. Slade at Ocean Reef. proud of your plants and wantto Sandra Vera;
. >tte dfditbei Florida Fashion Rupert Morrison of Leesbur and children; oft Palatke were Mrs. Donald W. Thorntonand really Insure thorn against Worship Service
.4Hrt.afi;,; the, CvrUa iHJxow.Audrjorjimi.in { was visiting his parents, :Mr. Saturday afternoon. visitors of daughter returned to their blue} mold, you may want to Sunday, 11:00 A.M. Formerly of Irma's. Formerly with Lynn'sIn

. ,. Tanpa( ; (roUl] and Mrs. Henry. Morrison,over Mr. and .Mrs. L. D. Vining. home in Norfolk Va.after five dust or' spray about every materialon four Bible Study Sunday Starke of Gainesville
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. .Fr" *jrtit; Wednesday) and alscWSlted last weekend. weeks visit with hey parents. days.. Be sure to get
:Mr:and .. Denn.Wijatm'ln .\ Nichols Mr and Mrs. C. M. Patrick W. $Strick.-; the under side of the 10 A.M. and 7 P.bl.
: Mys !s. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mr. and Mrs F. Call 964-7067 For An Appointment
and children of West Florida leaves.:
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Largo of'Folksbon Oa.were weekendguests land. that 3 Ml. South US 301
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: +And }4ng I}i w P. Randajl i ./ of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. were weekend visitors of her' Mrs.- Richard Richards attended One more little practice I.-- ..

. '.T1lhtDaT. .Nl hola. mother. MI.... Gladys Weldon,, a three day course: 'on ;
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Office! Management
Optometric \
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Sunday to Tuesday Ojf lat; ; 9
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KOCH'SDRUGS : week.H. A. McLeod was ta; Fe.n--
To Slade's Floor Sale
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r pedfMJ sacola. over the weekend visitIng Explained Model

at* y'' P. A.his McLeod.parents' Mr. and; Mrs,. ClubClyde

1', l Miss Janet Hardy!; and\ Gen Civitan
... Ivey of the University of Qepr-

,:I, ';PERSONAL! :.. c, : ,'" , .. :', '" '; '.,. ..... :..'.-: :c...: ':. c .',. Tilt gla and College with Miss Mr.\ spent Jayne.and\ the Mrs.Hardy, weekend J.,.o 5-f. the Bradiora Terwlllegar County', chairmanof De- Limited Quantity Of TV's -- Portables And Consoles --

HEART I velopment Authority,. was prin-

j; VALENTINE I,I Hardy.ml Mrs.is visiting N. P. Riccardi her brother-in-of Mia- meeting cipal speaker of the at Clvltan: the 'breakfast Club of Black k And White Or Color -- And Stereos

it'JARDS: 1IBOX CANDY I I law and sister Mr.: and Mrs, Starke Terwlllegar Tuesday spoke morning.of the activities -I I
week.
F. W. Strickland thla.
iii I of the Development THESE ARE
I J. L. Gentry returned horn1asEY'beekenct"after < Authority tlini:8lll: was createdby I ..... .' '
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Visit war
: r 69 -105 ,,, l his son-in-law and Mrs., Hoist and a C.daughter BeaU;,, Legislature.an act of the 1961 Florida I :

Mr. Me: touched on such Itemsas I At Dealer Cost!
In Macon Ga. He was accompanied assistance to the Bradford Going
Mr. and Mrs
home. by County: Fair Association to enable -
Stuffed Musical Beall. 11* to construct buildingsat !
} Toys $$3.49 Mr. and Mrs. George For the Fair Grounds during

\ tunas and children of Apalachicola both phases",. of the building.
: For Every Age spent last week wIth and producing of a
,. programs No Trade Needed--No Down
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. R A 6l Va minute color film on the PaymentAS
E. MacBlaln who have been. county He also told about the
I .Pacqulna ';Extra Valentine Stuffed Toys $2.29 111. many promotional activities by
( Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen ol which the Authority has as-
t Jacksonville were Sunday visitors stated the Chamber of Com LITTLE AS $ | 000 PER MONTH

i $KI.tREAM of Mrs. A. E. McKinney, mores and other organizations: .
Give Your "Heart"
The Finest
Mrs. Julian Stackhouse ol Improved telephone' faculties
..t -. Charlotte N. C., and Miss and toll tree service to Key-
r Bee.; 89c Tube t' ONO Lula Hayes of Dlllan S. C-.. 4i.oa6 xieigms, tne announcingof
''' and Mrs. Myrtle Dendy ot the Owen Joist Steel Plant, ,
: ,53*=' Jacksonville were weekencguests the locating: of the Northeas. -c.-

: : of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. tioriua area Civil UcienM "j
Elt I udiiieiIndustrial procpect'.nK. 9. WA4

: t; : NEW :' d. DAY Hayes]Mrs.! Alice Smith visited Mrs trips and many other Terwule-item.were _I ",..
enumerated by
W the !
Sally Hall in Cocoa over ''Ii

: TON AMBUSH SPRAY COLOGNE weekend. I gar interest as some that of encompass.tne areas the of :: f ';I I The Most Magnificent
SSgt.Jerry; Lawson of Eglin ----V ,
: HAPPY'FACE FACIAL O TABU SPRAY COLOGNE AFB Fort Walton Beach; was! Cora of the Development Au- nrni ; ...<2 ,' "'.. .:I .

: WASHING CREAM! ; O INTIMATE SPRAY MIST home for the 'weekend. I' tlrorlty.'..nu Development. AuthorityIs Lj; 1 .. -'-..- STEREO
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Mr. and &s., Franklin Hunt
: 69c 1.09 $1.49 O ARPEGE SPRAY of St. Augustine! were Vlsltlns composed of seven ComnwnlsBlon men one-
from each County ,
: LavacolRubbing O MY-SIN SPRAY Mrs. Henrietta! Hunt; on Sun. District plus two ILt-Joarae IN TOWN

day.Mr. I members and Its Executive' l>,i- .1k I I E Color Console Solid State
: ALCOHOL and Mrs. Herbert Thomas rector. All .elght .men serve in J Famous -
: FREE GIFT WRAPPING were visiting Mrs. Kathleen voluntary capacity wdth, nocompensation .
; PT r- i3.9.; .: and Mrs.Fred a 23"INSTANTON
Mr.
Goethe and '1'116' Authority'soniy :
.. Spanish Styling In
.... .. '. ,.' Leeks In Eat.. .Falatka. on aourua of Inoome was $10- JET SET
Clear
racetrack -
Sunday. 000.00 per year from Pecan.
: I Mrs J. H. .Fields .....was yin funds. It did not renews. fundsin As A Crystal Color -:
.. S'MIT Baldwin the;first or last week 1966-67 nor has the AU''lor-: NEWEST THING Like Actually Being: 300 Watt Power
Fuittiuttlc value famous nationally visiting Mr. and" X !., Robert. ity. been lnC'luded.ilnthe:11161- 19" Instant-On AROUND There! ..
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n tnUrrtlmxt Amity i Tanner. ua budget of. thil. I r Bradford:
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: SPECIAL SALE trench purxeH and billfolds atM Rev. Fred Yerkes ,of Jacksonville Board ojt: County ,Comml. Slon-l All Channel NO WAITING FOR Reg. Price. .$519.00SALEi AM-FM-FM ST REOTV
: purse pampering $3.00 Having was the Sunday dinner; \ ers the! speaker,;said;; ,
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of Mr. and "Mrs. Ken- WARM-UP>
: Choose from several smart /guest
: conductingthe ..PLANNED I'A .Push? Button>
",Leather shades In a variety of soft, neth Orlder after OPEN UOC8K I {
: Stylish. luxurious leathern. All are gift I'' morning] \ .sp rvjce.- alt. the f!, AT AO BUILD; i G FREE STAND '
.. -d' boned la the "PresentaUonFrench Episcopal C1wr )1. nw'Agtd-: One Year Parts and
: Purses regular $795 |C&IIe." ) Miss. Betsy M ba theys ira of Andrew culture'Bradford Center County's: ..t 'the Fair Labor Warranty rn RegularPrice: .
College.; a ,joie
*' grounds will be on display .to
Billfold i ? sale' price I for.the weekend:' thaf public on Sunday attar- FREE STAND Regular Price; S425 $649.00
J. and ,
Cr.: and Mra. J* 8tth;
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house
: I .: noon Feb. 18. when open .
$488 tomlly of VgldosW.
the weekend wW*: 'her. paijBnts.Jtlr. .. .. "be held. The public Is Invited, Reg. Price, $149.00 i .
.. I anitMrs4: .F. ljtrltlt.Jeffrei details will : Sale
complete
.. ) a4e"tl.e sad more Price
iVarrtn ) '
.. I ja announced next week. Save Save
.. Dean"list TOS* .* r>& Save -
$39.00NOW .
.... hM of -Florida: the last quarter.. -; dtuew 1e Vsull I ICavert. Beck Portable Color
Sajrimy Warren of Atlanta. A" sizes SO rata ea I ONLY
2 XJa. vUited )hi*'m ther.' Mrs. at The Telegraph." NO\V ONLY 19"
ONLY
11 W JT/O111, OVer the'weekend.Mrs. I "
Fairer"$ '80 .'who had SERVICE SCHEDULE'EDWARD'S REG. PRICE ;
bent i tR* past 4ylek *t>>!fljh MM.OiU. -aT: CHURCH '

... accompanied! him"home. Starkeundsy "pO'S1250 5 SALE ::9'OO
S525
.... .' ,. J. r.:'i!/d S&st1. Juy :Andrews ,$ Mass: 9:15: a. m.iureday 110 I
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.if'.." visited thelr"''ion.: Tommy,'at ." Mass 8:30: p. m.
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: .r. the tJniverslt f Georgia. over Miraculous Medal Novena: $319Q .
: I, YouJ'\.Pr Be'Fi the weekend and' aUo'. 'visited! Saturday, 7 p. m. -- '
< sufption Will ed With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE.
Mrs. F.S. Wam WOilnesville, confessions: ,,5 p. m.. and 7
: .Vrpeh'Polent,' Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered I ." "** 1
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.. .& Pharmacist. At Koch's "Your Health is Our Main Concern. May We V.I 9I". ,H. G--BoUlnjer was In p.-wr. wnuuAM's CHURCH Limited; Quantity O ly. Hurry While They Last At These Prices;

: Fllr'Your '!Next Prescription? ,I Hattiesburg'Mlss'ovfef': the Ketstone Heights. : ,
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.. wee"k'vWUhIJ.( .hU \'daughters.Mary : Sunday Mas: 9 a. m.
.... Open". .. Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon I'I and Martha, at William Wednesday: Mass and No-:; SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES
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vena. 7 p. m.
:. ,... FREE DELIVERY ..1 Carey"College.. I ST. MABVS CHURCH.' l
KOCH DRUG STORE '
:: PHONE 961-6757 Macclenny. '
332 W. Madison St. Phone 96.1-7701
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lot. Miss Keeler Weds I i Stork Shower D. W. ROTARY AND TEACHERSTO BUS gym starting af 1:30 pan.Friday. .
t StarlingsTo PLAY BENEFITThe The putoito Is asked to
'itl9'. Henry Thornton, Jr. !For Mrs. Griffis Be Honored Starke Rotary Club and coma out and enjoy the game. I

1Ij The home of Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling : benefit basketball game at the Dimes ._

Sheila Heeler. of Waldo .l Norman near Lawtey was the of Highway 223, Law'iey,
and Henry F.Thornton. were 4 ep. yr..r setting for a stork, shower will celebrate their :50th w>3d-
GLADYS MOOTY united In marriage Friday, j given recently in honor of Mrs. ding anniversary on Sunday: ,

1- Phone 9647608GriffisCoblentz Jan. 26, at 8 p.m. at the home Eugene Grtffis. Cohostesseswith Feb. 18, with, open house all
IIIIU I of the groom parents Mr Mrs. Norman were Mrs. day given by their children
and Mrs. Henry Thornton, of, I William Griffin Mrs. Carl Norman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scott. 5NEW
Junior Women Hellbronn Springs. The 'bride' and Mrs. J. E. Norman Mr. and Mrs Doyle Starling and .

Hear Talk On Is the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn 'Jr.I Mr. .and Mrs. Edwin Starling, .
Smith of Wauchula and i I The refreshment table was All friends and relatives ;are
Savings And LoanB. H. C. Younts of Mathis Texas. I covered with a lace cloth, and Invited to attend.ATTORNEY .
Rev. Luther McGee performedthe I|' arrangements of mixed :flowers
/4 4w F. Mizell, of the First nuptials. \ were 'used In decorating. TO IIKAD:

Federal Savings & Loan Corp.of The couple repeated their Games were played, and COLLINS CAMPAIGNA. :
SCarke: was guest speakerat vows In the living room beforean prizes awarded to the winners.
the Junior Woman's Club arch decorated with gar- C Refreshments. were served to tSarke attorney, George I
meeting Monday night. I lands of fern and white mums approximately 80 guests, Including H. Pierce, has been appointed

Mr. Mizell[; spoke on the operation I. balanced by fan-shaped arrangement's ; Mra. Grtffis' mother, as Bradford County chairman. 1.'I
of / JjiETt1 Mrs. Harry Wilkeraon. of a committee to promote the
savings and loans, of white! gladioliand '
how loan Is election of former Governor colors
a handled from mums and scroll candleholders spring
Leroy Collins as U. S. Senatorto
start to finish as well as with burning tapers.. Sumners Feted Smath-
succeed Sen.
qualifications needed for a loan. Don Eberle attended, as best George
Mrs. Eugene Tanner presid man: At Pine Level ers.

ed over the business meetingand Miss Patsy Schenk.was maidof \
Mrs. Larry McAllister gave honor, She.wore a knee Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sumner, IB The'' Circuit Court Of ThfOllthth LAOfES'
the devotional. Mrs. David Von length beige brooadedress: anda who moved to Tlfton, Ga. on ] Juillilnl (Iriult.. In. And J
Wednesday, were honored at a Kur llrn.ltoril County, fc'lorliln.lnVI.SU .
announced the
Houser District of. .
. corsage green cymbidium dish HCHKYHIt Bt UX., .
I Arts and Crafts Festival to orchids. covered supper Monday Plaintiff. LOAFERS
be held in Jacksonville on Feb. The bride chose for her night:: given by members of Not 3J3EUUA t

29. The club sewing contest wedding an: Ice.; blue dress and Pine Level Baptist Church in v.. MAE ROBKRSON: et UX.

winner, Mrs. Charles Sawyer, small matching .hat. complemented their Fellowship Hall. Pc,f'mlant.AOTIttM .
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grlffls r'p Supper was served from a OK POHKCLONt
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the Starke Club
will represent with a corsage of pink
of Starke buffet table centered with H.U,.] IIV ri.lOKK OKf .
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announce the
I at the Festival. Members will and white carnations centered lilt'I IT tOIIIT
engagement and approaching enter other categories of the with a pink orchid.. Diana Kay Garbett Becomes Bride arrangement of ,gold and yellow Notli-n In hereby it Ken than I

marriage of _their. daughter_ festival Mra. Thornton, mother of mums. tho undersigned Ohm'leu A. Durhy. ,, s
L Of Mr. Purvis In First Methodist Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
LaWanda. to; carl K. coblentz The members presented the : ; YM
Mrs. Wayne Whlffen read a the groom, chose a yellow Bradford:; County, Florida I I ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle F. letter from Sgt. R. A. Wilson dacron, princess style dreswit"h couple with a silver tidbit tray will, on the 4th day of Starch. '
Coblentz, of Jacksonville. thanking the clUb for the toys which she wore a green 'Mia Diana. Kay Garbett, corsage. as a parting gift. Over 100 less at Z.1'00: A.M., at the front' '
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Purvis mother of thee door of the Bradford CountyCnurthoUH L.
members and attended I
wedding will take placeat and clothes sent to the children and yellow cymbldlum orchid guests *. .In the City of :
the home of the bride In in Vietnam. She also announced corsage.At Herbert A. Nelson of KeystonHetghts groom, wore a pastel green the occasion. 8tarku FlViridii\ offer for mile ;
Starke 'on Friday Feb. 9, at the Ship HOPE will be the reception,.'Which was and Harry Lee Put crepe dress with lace bodice and eel( all r. bent public bidder outcry for to rash thehlifhffit I
8 p.m. AU friends and relativesare in Fort Lauderdale in Match also held at the, Thornton vis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. and beige accessories complemented Benefit LuncheonAt the fullowltiK nn< described property
invited to attend. for members wishing to see it. horne, guests were 'greeted at Purvis of Gainesville, were t with a yeUow carnation Situated In Bradford County, I -
Woman's ClubThe iHorlda, to-wit: ,
Mrs. Charles Hutcheson, Ed- the door by Mrs. Clarice Work- united in marriage on Janu corsage. Lot ti. Hlunk 7, Uni'oln City I, PesUtySqu
Beta Sigma Phi ucation chairman, announced man. The bride's table was covered ary 20 at 4 p. m. In the First t A reception was held at the In South half nf HoutheuHtUunrtcr
Methodist Church with ,. Starko Woman's Club ftnitlmi!: tti. Township -
plans for Student GovernmentDay with a white' lace cloth. Rev Nelson home In Keystone;
I Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill when students will assume At one end of the table was a I V. J. Ragsdale performing' the. Heights. The punch table was will sponsor a luncheon at the pursuant| 8 SoKtli to> the Itanve final. 22 decree Runt of T
club
meet Monday, Feb. 12 at responsibilities of t'he' City for, three-tiered wedding Cake decorated nuptials. covered with an Irish linen building on Thursday, foreclosure entered In a nixe / Jte e
Feb. 13 from 12 to 2
noon p.m. pending In until< Court, the ulyle
8pm. at the home also and i Decorating the altar weretwo cudwork cloth centered with
of Mrs a day. Mrs. Hutcheson announced with pink roses : Proceeds will for the bene- of which Is Irving Hcheycr, and
Freddie Stephens, 1362 Bland "Operation Teenager" green leaves and topped witha arrangements of white the wedding cake and also go JoHHle Sihoycr,\ his wlfn, t'laln-. .O
fit of the Public Library to tiff, vi>mu.. file. Mile Ko>l"urHon I ett13aek
Ing Street will be conducted at Bradford miniature bride and groom., gladioli and pompoms andtwo held an arrangement of pink buy children's books. and Janice luihorwm, her hua-I I .
School on Tuesday, other end was a crystal schflerra plants. and white and fern.
High At the pompoms band, I>ffiTT The will feature roast
THE BRADFORD March 5; Junior High at 8:30: punch bowl. Mrs. Walton Clem- Mrs. L. J. Green, organist Miss Letreze Stringer cut thee menu and tickets will be WITNESS :ray hand and nfflulal Smartly styled 'loafers In fceaotifut) new spring
$1.25
turkey Bald this 2nd
of Court
COUNTY TELEGRAPH and Senior High at 10:30.: The mons cut the bride's cake and rendered nuptial music as th bride's cake and Miss Jan per !person. The public is cordially day of soil l.'pb"IIIIU'Y" inns shades of whiskey brown, otter, light blue or
public is Invited to hear this Mrs. Pace Lewis presided at guests gathered. Thompson presided at the cry Invited. C1IARL.UH. DA lilt V. Clerk white. Soft vinyl uppers and

Published every Thursday tine program.Mrs. the punch bowl. Eugene Smith of Gainesville stal punch bowl. Miss' Harriet Tickets may be secured from By"""uIY: 1J..llh.h I'lnrk I M. Moody, I knit-fit linings. Sizes 410.

li at 138 W. Call St., Bill Chambers/ an- The bride Is employed In served as best man and Harper kept the bride's book. Mrs. J, H. DuPre, .it'ne: Public (SEAL)
StarKe, Fl*. 32091 nounced plans for a party for Gainesville and the groom at the ushers were! Donald Guthrie The couple took a short i Library, or at the door. Oreicoi..tohllHOtlRxrhntiKo' CourvM Punlello & I

Second class postage paidat both cottages at Sunland TrainIng the Naval Air Station In Jack, of Gainesville and Gene wedding trip to Silver Springs The planning, committee for Nnt'l Slunk BUIir BOYS' LOAFERS OR OXFORDSChoice
- Center, on Sunday, Feb. 11. Dale Garbett. brother of the and Ocala. The bride traveledin the luncheon consists' of Mrs.O. Tampa, Florida
Starke, Fla. sonville. They will reside in 2.SIt :8-29
bride. a white crepe chess with a L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W. Kin- II I of twin gore loafer or/ nice toe
Subscription Rates: Recent Birth I, Waldo. Miss Letreze Stringer of yellow rosebud corsage. raid, Mrs. T. F. Howell, and I oxford in black. Leather-like 'upper'

In trade area: $4.00 par I Gainesville attended as maid Mr. Purvis left Feb. 1 (for Mrs. J. D. Warren. I tough vinyl sole and heel. BYi-3. $3'with

year; $2.23 six months. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. St Mark's AuxiliaryThe of honor. She was attired In two year's duty In Germany A classified ad In the Telegraph -/ our teg. $3.99

Moyben, of Gainesville, announce .. a yellow chiffon over yellow and Mrs. Purvis will join him Group Attends brings results. ,. ,
Outside trade area: $4.BO the birth of a eon, Greg Women of St. Mark' satin gown. Her tulle veil was in two months for the dur-
per year; $2.50 six montls I ory Edwin, on February 3 in Episcopal Church will meet attached to a yellow satin ation of his tour of duty. District DKG MeetThe

E. L. Matthew, editor and Alachua General Hospital. Maternal Monday, Feb. 12, at 7:30: p.m. halo and she carried yellow The bride Is a graduate of District Two meeting! of
r grandparents are Mr. pompoms and chrysanthemums. Bradford' High School, SantaFe
publisher : at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Delta Kappa Gamma, honorary .
I IJ i and Mrs. R. H. Green Jr, of Qrlder. Junior College and Is now society of women educators .
Brooker. Given in marriage by her a Licensed Practical Nurse at
held Feb...
Saturday
was
father, the bride was lovely' Alachua General Hospital.
3, at the Roosevelt Hotel in
In a white lace over bonded The groom graduated from
crepe street length gown with Gainesville High School and i Jacksonville.
Attending from Alpha Nu
white satin is in the U. S.
shoes. Her white now serving (Lut-ile Mc-
Chapter were: Mrs.
tulle veil was attached to lace Army: as a transportationspecialist. Lenddn, Miss\. !! Joyce King, Mra,.
petals brimmed with seed Blanche 'Doujrhi' nf Orange
cqk)4 I pearls and bugle beads. Her park; Mills Kathryn Epparson
only ornament was a pearl Elementary .PTAs. and 'Mr Marie Woodley Lake

drop, a gift of the groom. She](I Plan Joint MeetThe Butler; Miss. Delia. Rosen.barg!. ,,
s
I carried white carnations with Mrs.:'Muriel Norman, and Mrs.,

green ivy and llles-of-the- PTA's of the Starke Edna Hart, 'of Starke.
< valley on a white Bible a Elementary and ''Southslde Ele-

I gift from the bride's 'grandmother mentary schools held a joint Little WomenOpen
jFo oU VAI Mrs. Leo C. Champion meeting Tuesday night? In the
I
Starke Elementary cafetorlumwith Plan HouseThe ,s
SuggestionsFOR Mrs. Nelson chose for her approximately 100 mem- a y
I daughter's wedding. light bers and visitors attending.Mrs. Little Women's Club
I Suggestions blue bonded crepe dress with Arlen McKnight and will hold an open house meet-

\ HER matching accessories and she Mrs. Joyce Riherd of the BradfOrd Ing on Monday, Feb. 12, at ,' 10I ,
FOR HIM i wore a light blue carnation County Health Depart- 7:30: 'p. m. at the club house I
ment. presented a program on with members being asked to
Just Arrived! r services available at the bring a guest

: Win orI Hospital Auxiliary Health Department: Miss Elise Relika, foreign
HimWith Mrs. W. T. Jackson, presi- exchange student from Fin-
BOBBIE BROOKS .r j Receives StereoRev. dent of the Starke ElementaryPTA land, will be guest\ speaker.,
>. presided over the ,meetIng -
A 1 and Mrs. Eurl Packhamand Miss Relika, who is residing
and Rev. Glenn Lawhon with the Ernest Patz family. ,
I PERMA-PRESS Mrs. 1. K. Whitehead, rep MENSGENUINE
the devotional.During
resenting Hope Baptist Church : gave will speak on her homeland
SUIT the social hour refreshments -
met with the executive board Its customs and Interesting
the
served
a Blouses of the Bradford County Hospital committee.were try landmarks. She will also tell

Auxiliary Thursday morning hostess her Impressions of the United I

to present a stereophonicrecord JoynerMaslowskiEngagement States.
a Jackets player to the Hospital Hostesses for the evening ( t
; Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson Told will be Linda Oay and Nancy

donated $10 to the AuxiliaryIn struth. .
memory of C. A Futch. Mr. and Mrs. N: P. Joyner
Shirts Anyone interested in rentinga announce the marriage of their Birthday Party 'tU4 .ed

booth at the Fair in March daughter, Janet, to Oph Jerome,
may contact Mrs. Ervin An- E. MaaloWakl II, son of Mr. : For Lisa ReddishLisa

Slacks drews at Andrews Drug Store. and Mrs. Jerome Maslowski of
i New members coming into Toledo, Ohio. Reddish celebrated her \%

D 1, the Auxiliary are Mrs. Jack The ceremony was performedIn sixth birthday anniversary last [ 4eitfite'z'l1.

.1 I Trawick, Mrs. W. E.TIHey and Folk ton, Ga. on January Saturday a.fternoonwhen her ,
A Gift from our Large Mrs. D. L. Thomas.A 27. ,Following the marriage, a mother, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, ,
reception was held at the homeof gave a party for her and 13
PER CENT note of thanks and appreciation -
Collection Will Go was read from the the brides uncle and aunt little friends. t
Hospital Board for the lobby Mr. and Mrs. ''Robert O. Green, The youngsters played in the / / r" 8a4eeat4't
straight to Her Heart furniture and the landscaping on Pratt street with the family yard during the party hours, y.> oarwA'r
OFFNEW '
and close friends attending. 2 to 3:30: and were given fay
Cpl. and Mrs. Maslowski are ors. Refreshments were served' .. 1
I Child PsychologistWill residing In Green Cove Springs Indoors from a table covered w

Address where Mrs. Maslowskl Is employed with a pink linen cloth and cen- ..
tered with a pink Iced birthday
SHIPMENT by Gus fllOl\'s Dairy,
f $6 Woman's ClubDr. Cpl. Mastawski is stationed at cake.
i Men's (4' the Jacksonville NAS while Mrs. Reddish was assisted by --
I Perm a-Press : .. April O'Connell, professor serving' In the Marines. her sister, Mrs. Ervin An-
I 42 of psychology of Santa Fe drews. wfOICE OF

UP SHIRTS Junior College, Gainesville. ,' Recent Births '
will address members and '
I Padgett-Norman rwo STYLE
guests of the Starke Woman'sClUb '(Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B.
ByCreighton next Wednesday at 3.30: Clayton announce the arrivalof Engagement Told 'h ,_

Make Your Valentine 4 p.m.Dr. a son, Thomas B. Clayton, S
O'Connell will speak on'Some Jr., on Jan. 24 at. Baptist Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett A .
incredibly .
of the aspects of the Jacksonville. Maternal announce the approaching
Happy Give American Phenomenon of the grandparents are Mrs. Mamie: marriage of their daughter, Y

Teenage Problem." The pro Crews and the late C R Annette, to Gerald Norman,
$4 gram Is under the direction of Crews. Paternal grandparents son of Mr. and Mrs. Tully Nor- pricedcit only. .

LINGERIEBy X the club's\ committee on "Home are Mr. and Mrs. M A. Clayton man of Starke. '-..
Life" with Mrs. J. F. Dorko, of Jacksonville. 'Mrs. Clayton Both are graduates of Brad-
Chairman.' will be remembered as ford High School. Mr. Normans
Vanity Fair Up Besides being a child psychologist Vera Crews of LaJwtey.' employed at Camp 'Blandlng. ,
I
Dr. O'Connell Is a -
Is for
I The wedding planned
_
Pegnoir Seta Gowns I speech therapist, a remedial Mr. and Mrs. Keith GlUing Saturday, March 2, at 8 p.m.at COMPARE WITH ANY SELLING AT .*8.99'Compare
Now reading teacher, and the mother ham of Jacksonville announcethe Baylmis Highway Church .
Pajamas Slips I of five adopted children. She and relatives --.
birth of a son, Keith Jr., All friends are r
received her doctorate from on Jan. 31 in Baptist Memorial Invited to attend. the smart styling compare the fine
Panties Bras FranchiseeDealer/ Fort Ohio State University. Honpltal. Maternal grandparent's
( leather compare the comfortable fit 'vvith
Hostesses for the meetingwill are Mr. and Mrs. Guy STORY HOUR .any

Eagle's be: Mrs. J. D. Warren Sale of Starke. AT THE LIBRARY brand selling for much, much more! You'll agree

New Shipment: chairman Mrs. G. S.Mrs Brown.S. G.Mrs.Denmark C. H. Bradford County Hospital "Flights of Fancy" will be that this is a spectacular value. Choice of'I I loafer

Maaworthy, Mrs. Elbert E. announces the following births: the theme at Story Hour this oxford in J JIS
THOM McAn or style or brown sizes 712.
l CONNIE SHOES Thornton Mrs. F. J. Pellum, 'Mr. and Mrs.\. David Henry Thursday afternoon from 3:30to : ... grey green .
Mrs A. J. Barry, Mrs. Martha Black, Waldo a son( David 4:15: In the Public Library. _. .. ...J
l\loore. Mrs. Paul Raymond, Andrew Jan. 31. Mrs. rhllip Clare will be< Story- \ (rf
Just Arrived SHOES FOR MEN Mrs. Freeman Register Sr., and Mr. and Mm. William*\ Bonnie teller. All children ages a '-

Mrs. W. S. tiJad I Geiger, Starker' a daughter, through 9 are invited to attend..

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I Middle School Bids I Due Open- Feb. 22 -. $> ..-. .:"''.*; .. .C'B v '.. Tm-.";... ."- 00 0 "1\




? Bllda *>r Bradford's proposed at their choice, to enter sep- Supt. Casey suggested using plement of $375 for the second workshop to Acquaint the starters and radiators .to put Board office. ncrr FUND j

400.000 middle school for arate bids ;for all phases of the' local county forces to hold semester of the current year Board with the situation In the two auto engine and Delayed r MARK) 1750. "
grade 6-C will be opened on costs down. was also approved. each school, Hall said Supt. transmission assemblies given new school ,

schedule Fato. 22, just two Job.The Board authorized a $7- Morgan said a new washable The Board also approved Casey supported Hall's sug the new vocational ..school at the \. !ibC1tT: i. thU, ".I

we 9c. away. Architect: Don 000 payment to :Morgan due type ceiling tile would have to Mrs. Olivia Scott. librarian gestion. into operation. Casey, until .. ....
froias- fur-"'
Morgan,told the School Board after completion of the plans replace the present acoustical at Bradford High. She Is a In other action, the Board: -Approved four days pro- cuss it at :! :
Tuesday. for -the middle school. Another tile, carpet would come up former RJE High teacher returned --APproved a $300 expenditure fessional leave for Miss( : Delia( days on Feb. ,a MiaMt';' and' 1. ;t f' ..rf
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The architect said he Juu $3,977 was authorized the and a hard tile ''be placed on from a leave of ab to ,pave lanes to the Rosenberg. BUS 'guidance : tQAFD.'C. :11&i r 1l: : ;-1;

run Into problems with ,both architect as his final payment the floor. Storage space for a sence. : broad jump, high Jump and counselor, the fund'' to ." ., :' ',
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general and subcontractors but after closing out the Bradford-' kitchen Is inadequate at both Temple again mentioned his pole vault at the new Bradford Appointed a committee of (CLASSES t ; I'fi'
expects to have them all Union Vocational Technical schools, he said and the out- request to appoint department High track.. Board Member Seeber ,Good General! tbtai': Ort! ;: ;/: ,!\\1i"" .
Center. wall be at Bradford High and .. Architect and Hall to ""JtiztfeQ. "+ ": i
worked out. A pre-bid con- side would have to heads -Heard ,, Morgan man Rodney look lei classes are r.
ference was set today [Thursday ./I.. kitchen for the new schoolat knocked: out and additional pay them supplements for the say that he had received no Into the purchase of a school the Vo-Tech ; 'will- put itover. 1"."',' ;
Feb. 31 with the general Hampton also came under space provided.At extra work. Board Member calls about heating problemsat board meeting table from Davis afternoons .- :
contractors and Another is discussion by the Board, Supt. the request of Bradford i Rodney Hall suggested the the new school at :Hamptonand Oassett.Set Lex Baker as ;', ( .. ... .; '

scheduled a week later ;Feb. 'IS, Tom_Casey and Architect Morran High Principal Jim 'Temple, Board be given a list of each Brooker lor a week the the period from March lies are clip: andj!; nuf1tof; tit* MrS ,& bn'/1'
with tooth< general and subcontractors Board Member Rodney the appointment of Science principal's needs at budget longest,period) since 1 they have IS to April 13 as the time, p.m. and : : '* |
to Iron out any differences Hal], from the Hampton distract Instructor Walker Stewart as time.He : been In use.. freedom of choice forma for p.m. and are of ,.. 206 .6. Water':, Stark. .*l: 1a.:!

and .make certain' the t, reminded Casey and his assistant principal was approved would like to meet with -Approved expedlture of the 1968-69 school term may from two( to .. "f'.IM':. ., _,/< ,
bids are opened on schedule. fellow board members that the by the Board. .:A sup administrators In a sort of $700 ,for, equipment, such as be returned to the School Ing all : 1 I Amt. _. {
when the Hampton students .. .. ,
Trouble developed are
pre- -------- -- -
repair. '. '
Jt' '
contractors balked at the State sently bang transported by bus ,.' .,....rr.\; \?: ,( ./ \ r. j ; given to each '; '
; ,
Department .of Education's adistance of a mile or more ,"," '4 1"; ""t:' .\\.h'f!'( plan,-multi-county schooconstruction to the cafeteria at the old .: ," :'V'DY'j' ", ,.,j ; '{, 111 ...po.w! i nl 'y ', .. i : ..;'(' -
which to supposedto' school. ;v., j r> ;J "d ,-.:*H f ; e 1968 sridders to the Crosby. Lake Cemetery fund were

result' in reduced cost because Hall said the situation takesup : j.';', t; if 1i111.< vI.*.*. -,:; "!>,;'&*':'y : state the past Week from Charles! S. Brooklngs, ;i

: volume bids will be let more than an hour each .,".1",0/" /,.', /It..jI.\' ...... //IIIt ; you're willing ; A. Hi'ott' Gainesville! ; Joe E. Thomas, .

.. for an entire eight county day and cuts the class time. ..J" .' ../,..... .. : {).\ \sde'" i 'r. ';giGj"P9.fh4' ,:_ A hours on the I ; Mr*. Malae Q. Fech, Miami; Mr. Gertrude
.
+ I.
area. for kitchen was '. .: X49 J1t.jf. .4 W 9L'Akt and in the JuckNonvllle; Adm. Lot Bossy, V. S. Navy,
Plumbing a l :
: Bids for the first school r'- : ; +L g1 t" :> ;ka/r (d1.1!: U { I
-- to installed one room at both .: .. ;J. 1".w'' ',ffAttof"--.6! ." 9'':::''... ..;o' '' '., f.' But you have C.J; Walter Lee. Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr.. Mrs.
scheduled toe under
the ''built at the Hampton and Brooker ..1.-, ,, .,,, ,'11$1' .'\,. 'rrl. t,',.. f ." '... '.. ......'... ., fLr'1) L I..q'l.: t ,.: own." and L. G. ;Powell, all of Starke
Joint
t contracting plan :
_, 'ernand1naBeech, came in at schools But the board trucked was ,s.I ... .fi.t.: .l4l : .1>f111/IIt.l. i.( ..'. .' :,>,. :fo'i.' ;i .(t ::11J: f'l; rtt considering having food t. .A' Dbtlne'f i' I +z.rl '. 5 r@r 1..-J .. "" _y.; "
1. :1' .
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$18 per square foot rather ', : .l ..,.. ,:. t, 1 '''' '
from Starke and not hav- 1'" t : .
,! '. ; ; '$ DTf[ t ; .. \
estimated.than the $13. that had. been ing cafeterias. The satellite I' I......'.upu :\. tbRLYrh4! else. ,:,..w.' IJ, I .'"itt.1 i lOCI .t...b,.'. I .;'t i. "'"')4 1 ". ""'I. .. .,.ph s 9615070"k J' ..... t. *'_"
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The new middle owever"school t here method has never been triedto ",., I. rsi .. r.r.p.m.. .. .. .. -...' .. .... 4 i:.;_ .It ,ft.. ii' ::. '\:.>. .p.f. /: ,<
for Instance, is a 35.000 squarefoot see 1 If it 'would be effective, i J' ,'p.l" :.J'4rA< ,' I ;''l"t/ ;." if rtJlrlt.' 1Id- "" ItP.J' ,.tl. v, 11, 'tI.o';, )
.1:;; JVt1. WHY
._ structure that normally however. I. ,,, J...,'.'. 'rt1.l' I I : 4St; "" ; )\ !*' .,. ; ,t; f" 1. PATMORE

.- would cost about 650000. eventually Morgan be said necessary kitchens at both will I'., '. :/&.U tu1:>' "W. ;. ..a9Y14 .... ,'dt-.1" /4 I"'l"J: ,.1:4L,; ';, ;.IF..) : ," ,:'..,V.U,> ,;[., cri t ;i : t ,
(
Under the ". 'tiilrJjaiN.uLr
State's
.. new multi- Brooker and Hampton. The ') I :ttJ1.n "fib ,'tj .1.. to"td'f" 191.\ ,+ r'' ,t +"., .,, .
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construction bids .. .., $ r a 1\\ ;fC ( l'II'r.t' jJ' fJ. ,'J Ii.t. ""f.TIV\ ,' .
county plan : : '
new Brooker school is on the ;." <:,.. U ,} e ( .. ... a: ,, 'f ,\ t' .' ., ,.
s.., were asked for example for I. j .i4l. rw t r"'F', hI"' .D '"g' .,,1"1'0' t9" ;J (:.U'/1IJ/ :
and I. 8 For Your Furniture
old 1
same site as the one 'aa { 1t11b".8 W $
t'
t. I.I.'I'\VI1X: e ::>a ;.' / .
mechanical equipment for ell oj. "'''r''.JI, \ \ ; r" .. .
old ..... .. ... ..
their T
schools to be built In the eight students stl1Be! n ",.w '' 'k'.,. jy ", .at.-tnp'tt ., ,'; ,,--. ..i .. .t.....-:.'. f d/ : "n' .., fip+;' Ask
the disadvantage 'I '\<. : .r J ". .. a WHEN
cafeteria only "
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counties. :Morgan told the \ir.. (.I.to.l: uiJ "r ',' i'! '" e'" + ( i !'I" 1 ;it '. I/ ; < I'. ',0 .t"1 ., ';It
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Bradford School Board, however being on rainy days when ".k ;,r" ;/' "d.. ,IJ 'jx) ;, 'I.'''.;:dl< j 1' b < '*:* 1I\\**.j '*" *' "I ) tJ: ;..> c. i II'I).P. '\\4't'11' E.
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,. that contractors have when they must make a trip I. t .5 I BasketDall k '. .TournamentlW' lr..,.. pg'" ................" ," t'1'. .' ... NASWORTHY
across the open school yard. .Oran t () '
Park* '
shown reluctance to work with g e / f <"'"v- .fit. .t. ( { !M f.,", Charley
.. ,. some of the companies who The Hampton situation ,. ..{./te(>P"l I"t'i! "h\ht.: \ w'i'' ,ti ..-1 J 1, .!. ,"i DOES SELL IT l'
were successful bidders under however Is pressing and the t. P"o: I -\WY >t1.ri.JrM'uiiiJI.! i; .-.tltj.{ *.,.'* ':'"'."; 'I.. y..** f'I""H' 06'lA:' 1Ia.1'JIrtf: ,:i.tlir ,"1# ''ri. Johns "
Board was ready to move 1. ..v 'TThura. d .' <'.'; : ",.ra'";.' 0l> rt tf ,'I! +o1rJ ;
the << FOR
state's plan. ni., ,. 1 f LESS
", ahead with it Tuesday. But .1,1./ .. ,..dP.1(.. ,' d. q tt.;w !j\t ft..ltd [ r, yta\ I. ,'.,Tat'l! ;! ,fll't! I '. :..,.