Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established i( In 2879


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Board Election

Bradford County Hospital has been cleared of charges -

of negligence resulting from the Nov. 28, 1963 fall of
an 80-year-old woman from a bed. A scheduled election of new officers for the Bradford

The decision was handed down at 11 p.m. Friday, Fuqua AsksReelection County Hospital Board of Trustees was postponed Tues I

Feb. 9, after a two-day jury trial in Circuit Court before day night because the status of two members of the

Judge John A. II. Murphree. The trial resulted from a board. is said to be "hanging fire."

civil suit asking damages in excess of $10,000 brought Arthur O. I. udon. Jr..

by Doris Harrison, administratrix of the estate of Nez- To: Congress whose appointment to the
board was announced In Jan- Tuesday night's meeting since
zie Strickland, victim of the accident. The suit was filedon Ill IllrBuis uary by the office. of Governor he said he had never received

Jan. 24, 1964. Congressman Don Fuqua Claude Kirk, did not attend his commission from the of*
Point at Issue in the trial land and that bills for treat- has announced his candidacyfor .flee of Secretary of State.

was whether or not Mrs. ment of the injury which resulted re-election to the U. 8. Loudon appointed to
Strkkliind. was an Indigent patient from the fall from Bob Saunders
were the House of Representatives succeed George Shuford ot
of the hospital at the responsibility' of the hospital.The the Second! Congressional Dis- J
time of the accident Lawtey whose term expired;
defense claimed Mrs. trict, including Bradford and AnnouncesFor
early. this year. Shuford attended
The.jury issued two verdicts.It .
Strickland had been admittedto
22 other counties In North
: the Tuesday night;
that Mrs. Strickland
the hospital as In indigent.
was, in fact, an indigent 'pa- Bruce showed a bill!\ for treat- star student, Harold Bowen, I I..* congratulated who Howrn chose as contributing most to lib Florida.Rep. Fuqua was flint electedto SenateBob meeting since members, con-
tinue to until their successors -
tient. It also( found the hos- serve
ment the day prior to the tallwhich by Instructor! Foster SM Smith. l high school cureer. Congress In 1962 followingtwo
pital innocent of negligence in had been paid later by terms in the Florida House Saunders, of Gainesville are commissioned.
the accident. plaintiff. has announced his candidacy Members attending the
from -
'of Representatives
Mrs. Harrlson's attorney was The suit 7Ui, Tuesday meeting were T. H.
was originally heard BHS Star Student Named County. graduate of for State Senator.
Bruce of Jacksonville. by Circuit Judge George L. Pat- the University of Florida, he District, which Includes Brad- Slade chairman; Mrs. Inez
Ill his opening remarks to the ten on Sept. 8, 1965. He ruled ford County.A Oreen, W J. Dodd Jr and
served In the U. S. .Army dur-
jury Bruce wild: Mrs. Strick- for the defendant, stating Harald Bowen, son of Mr. en also scored 442 of a possible ( native of Qultman, Ga,. Shuford.
land was 80 yearn of age on there was .(> cause for action and Mrs. IV E. Bowen of 499 on the Senior Placement ; ing the Korean War, Mr. Saunders, 39, moved ,to Another member, Dave
Nov 28, 1963 when she was admitted and the plaintiff had been an Starke, has been named Bradford Test. Bid OpeningSet Gainesville In 1938 where he Paulk, of Starke, recently submitted -

to the hospital for Indigent patientAn High School's Star Studentby Harald ix a member of the On School Is a jobber .for a major oil his resignation from
treatment of hand lacerations entered and the local Chamber of Com BHS debate team which
appeal was won company In ,the Alachua, the board and did not attend
result of accident with
as a an
[Continued On Page Two] merce. on Channel 12's "It's Academic" A special meeting of the County area. He was educa- the meeting. His successor has
a laundry wringer.He Young Bowen won the honor two weeks ago and'will be Bradford School Board Is set ted In the public. schools of not been named. _
said the plaintiff would by making the highest score shown March 4. An A and B
Green SeeksReelection next Thursday, Feb. 22. to Gainesville and! at the Univer- Slade said he asked for
how that Mrs. Strickland was
of any 'BHS student, 1,133 student. Bowen Is a memlbor of open bids on the propped! new the-
postponement of election
Florida.In .
put'ln a bed 'without bed railson points of l.ROO, on his. Scholastic the Drama and. Interact dubs., Bradford Middle School. sity of
his candi- until appointments for the two
both sides of it, and that announcing
He will chance at
Aptitude Test (college have a foot building
The 33,000 ) -
square "I vacancies are cleared up,
Saunders said. possibly -
She fell out of the bed and dacy Mr.
boards). He Is shown above district and state star student will be located adjacent to
suffered a broken, hLp. feel strongly that It Is absolutely by the regular meeting
As Defender with History Instructor Foster honors. For being named Bradford the Bradtoro-tJnlon Vocational
date: In March.
the state
Bruce the hospitalhad that
Shi Smith !whom Brown pickedas ,,County star student both Technical Center on the old
,been negligent end asked contributing moat", to his Bowen and Mr. Smith' received Airport. N Increase its share of the costsof Slade said. that the board'scharter
damages in excess of 10000. R. A. t Buzzy] Green Jr., of avademlc career at B11S. Bow- certificates. Conway A, atP operation. our public provides that one
'Defense Attorney James C. Gainesville announced todayas schools The State Is In a member shall serve from the .

Rinlman, also of Jacksonville. a candidate:: for reelectionto position to reach areas of tax- LawteyWoodlawn area, one
said bed rails are not always the office of Public< Defender ation that. the counties can- member from the Hampton-

a good precaution and that. in for.. the six-county, 8th New Vocational'RehabilitatiQn. _n t..touch. .When the State threeiarke.ax, and
any event;litis., Strickla-id: : had Judicial Circuit; Including assumes its .fair share of the J
been. admitted as a welfare patient Alachua. Baker, Bradford Oilchilst. burden, we can then realize. a Since Blade Mrs. Green

and, hence, had no recourse Levy, and Union Counties reduction In our property tax and Dodd, are all from Starke.

for damages under existing Rep. Don Fuqua load. I: consider this a must. the appointment of Loudon
state law. Mr Green has served In the Program Initiated At High School would make four members

Witnesses. for the plaintiff office since the post was Named one of the Five Out- .. serving from Starke.
Dr. Pete O. ]Feloi who
w re ,
Noun Woodburn chairmanof
created in 1063. standing Young Men In Flor- ..
admitted the patient. to the Classes began Tuesday for 29 Martina, Carroll, formerly a catlonal school has been com( ida In 19ft3 by the Florida r' Gov. Kirk's "advisory com-
hospital\ : :Sampson; White, an students enrolled in a new vocational state 'Vocational Rehabilitation: pleted. County employees are Jaycees, he has received! numerous w4 1I mittee" In Bradford. County.
orderly on duty at the timeof rehabilitation. program employee in Gainesville. The beginning to remodel the build- honors for his civic and said that a recommendationfor

the neelrtent: Evelyn, Henry organized:: at Bradford( High two BHS instructors workingin ing: to include an executive legislative service. Among his r" Paulk's successor had been

and jv>rls Harrison( ., and daughtersof Ruby School for senior high students the program are Mrs. Ruth suite, a living room, dining most prized honors la having ''' sent to tile Governor, but

)Mrs cousin Strickland of Mrs. Strick- ? 15 years of 'age and over. Golden, a Bradford resident, room, kitchen laundry, beautycare been selected to membership In would not disclose the name.
Hayes, Idea of the program Is to and Mrs. Carol Mielo, a new; area, a (bath, and a class- two university leadership hon- of the person recommended or

land.Defense witnesses were Dr. enable students..with various teacher.. room area. orarles-(Florida Blue Key at his residence area. .
7d a''h both and Involved In organizing the The three persona( directly and When questioned as to the
Felos, Norma Thompson Nel- bY. 'i'r handicaps, physical the University, of Florida,
lie Martinez Eollne Smith, and mental, to obtain assistance in new program along with Dr. Involved in running the pro- Florida Gold Key at Florida I delay In receiving London's
Eiila' Leverson.Dr. needed areas and to make them Jennings and Supt. Casey have gram moved into the quarters State University. Commission Woodburn /said.

Felos said there had beenno 'VL employable after graduation, been Elementary Supervisor Monday, but most of the remodeling In announcing his candidacy "These matters take t time."
Dr. Jen- Lucille Payne and Secondary Is still in the future. and added
breach of care provided by according to Flossie Congressman Fuqua that he >badcan-?
he ad- nings ,who has helped organizethe Supervisor Larry Gibson. Students /will begin spend which tacted the Governor's office,
the ho pital, although said, "The problems
of their school day In
The will ba ing part
IH program
new Purpose and that London's appoint-
mitted uirler crossexamination have been thrust upon our Bob Saunders
that if only one' bed rail to make self supporting citizens the former canning plant- the new facility. They are time are as challenging< as any ment had been confirmed;and
had been 'put it would not of some who might not automotive shop at BHS which ing withdrawn from classes in Saunders Is seeking the was final: He expressed! assurance .
up Twolalj ]
help much. otherwise be employable. has been vacated since the vo- t Continued On Page Twol! (Continued'' On Page Senate post now held by Ben.' that Loudon'3"commission

Felos said. he received a call As far an the $40.000. in fed- r Red Cross also of Gainesville.He would be forthcoming

at midnight that Mrs. Strick- eral-state and local funds go, .. says that white visiting In before the next meeting of
.11f' ,
land had fallen out of bed and the newprogra.'m..Dr. Jennings 'I :" "' 1'q'J; br 1P7, '' Tr: sfWit ol.'l. .... 1 the six counties of the district the board.
( .
; .
that when a subsequent! examination ji .1.1Buazy says will enable the studentsto ,'..t. ..' ", '.. ; J .' r" ." > \ t.' I '. "L he has found a deep concern Loudon changed 'his :registration
showed a broken hip obtain counseling at school, ..ij."' ,. '...". :; :.*.>' ....'.,,:., *. t$ ..,'', ,'A\..\'{. '" .. / ".. /."..hil1itlf", \: \ about how well they are being< from Democrat to Re-
ho referred the patient to the from psychologists \In state Institutions alj I..r.7.! \ .' ., .' !..:.' .. ('>7" 'i'l.' ".(':. It': "'. .: ., ; ..' ." ;,; 'r: ." represented) "Though. It la publican last fall and If commissioned -

Medical Center in Gainesville. Green and medical assist- "fI".1.' ., ,.1. ,oILI1't'-') ..- { .f; J 'I".Jrt\ ;. w. true that I live In Alachua will become the

The doctor testified that the ance from the University of J '. .. County, I want to assure the first Republican. to serve on
patient was under treatmentfor "As Public Defender :1 have Florida Medical Center.. .. 'i ( people throughout the district the board.

the hip injury until March always done my utmost to accord "I've screamed for It for that I will !give you full time Nobody would talk for publication -

3065 when he showed symptoms competent and effective years," Dr. Jennings says, v representation and attention. but Implications .of
of a disease. not relatedto representation to those we are "}trip has .been available for just as If I lived In your coun- political overtones In the

the accident and died about charged to defend" Green those 16 and over but by then '\ '." ty," Saunders said pending appointments were

eight months later. said. "The services of my of- it's often too, late" The pro- r" He is a member of the Episcopal freely made "off the record."
Plaintiff attempted' to prove fice. I believe, have been and gram Is' one of few .In the Church and his civic
the hospital had been negligent will continue to be consistentwith state, but similar ones are car- i affiliations Include member-
<< In not having rails on the the highest traditions of ried on In Alachua'and ,Duval ship In the Gainesville Rotary Kingsley LakeResidents
coed(, assigned to Mrs Str k- ethics." Counties.
legal Club, director of the Committee -
A 1962 graduate of the Uni- It is carried out by an agreement k of 100. and director of the

versity of Florida College of between the Vocational I Alachua. County United Fund.
OPEN HOUSE Law Green has established a Rehabilitation< Department of To ProtestA
program for law. students the State Department of Edu-
Ag Building
Bradford CountyAKrieulturaJ which permits them to assist cation: and the Special Education -

Center the Public Defender's office In Division Dedication zoning controversy at

Sunday, Feb. 18 the investigation preparation, At BHS the''program 'will be Open House Set Kingsley Lake is expected, to
2 to 5 p.m. and appeal of Indigent criminal carried on 'by a newly employed come up for further discussion
The PublicIs cases. fulltlme vocational guidance at the regular meeting of the
: While at the University, the counselor and two regular Y Former County Commissioner Clay County Zoning Commission -
Cordially Invited Starke native was active In teachers already working In George Roberts will give the in the courthouse at Green

Delta Theta Phi law fratern- special education.By dedicatory address Sunday', Cove Springs tonight (Thursday -
furnishing the two regu- Feb. 18, at 2 pm at the official ).
ity, John :Marshall: Bar Association -
B.ANK'HOLIDA Y and Kappa Sigma lar BHS Instructors and a opening and dedicationof A delegation of Kingsley
building the county will be car- the new county Agricultural Lake property owners plans to
social fraternity.
The Florida Bank at of Inadequate rying out Its part of the financial Center. attend the 9 p.m. meeting to
"The problem
bargain. For its $10- Commission Chairman Dave find out why a frame building
Starke and The Community operating funds has been with Shuford will deliver the wel- moved onto in
OOO value of the county's two ) property Kings-
State Bank will my office since Its creation, teachers, the Vocational Re- State Champion Showman coming address. Cecil B. Craw- ley Lake Village subdivision
be closed Thursday. Feb. Green sail. He obtained a
22, Washington's Birthday year $35.000 grant from the provide '3-to-l matching fundsor Invocation.The ing zoning: ordinances, has not
a legal holiday in National Defender Project and another 30000. Young in years !but already. veterans In livestock competition, brothers Zack and new center Is located at been removed 'by ''the owners

Florida. pioneered several more efficient From this will come the nCOW'counselor' Tom Edwards of Starke, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Jr earned more than the Fairgrounds on North Mr. and Mrs. James L. Flynn,

criminal procedures. The salary any equip- $800 at the 14th Florida Fat Stock Show and Sale !Tampa\ last week. Temple Avenue (U.S. 301) In of Jacksonville.

state of North Carolina Is cur- ment to be purchased, and psychological Highest honor, however, went to Tom, 16, who won the state showmanship con Starke.A Other property owners In
This Space Contributed rently evaluatingGreen's office brief dedication service Is the area maintain that the
medical other
or as- Reserve Grand in the Youth Bull( Show at the state fair.
test. He also had the Champion
Weekly to Publicize as one of three public defender sistance needed 'toy the stu- set for 2 p.m. and an open Flynn property doe s not meet
Community Events by programs In Florida\ dents. Zack's 1,139 pound Angus steer, which. placed second in 4-II Class I Judging, Feb. house is set from then until :5 space requirements as set forth

selected by the Florida Judicial! Final agreement betwen 6, brought 42 cents a pound Thursday night Feb. 8, from Florida Feed Mills. of Jack p.m. All the county ag employees In the county's building cod ,

The CommunityState Administrative. Commission for Bradford County's School Board sonville.' will! be on hand to show for the number of buildingsnow

possible use as a model. and the State Dept. of Educa- Tom's 987 pound Angus steer, shown above, placed second also, but In <4-H Class If guests around the new buildIng located ,there. They have

Bank Green serves on the National tion has not yet been signed The First National Bank of Tampa< paid 41 cents a pound for the animal 4t 63rd Florida Including Miss Martha Sue aaked the Zoning Commission
Accounts now insuredup Defender Executive Com- but approval of the new program State Fair. McCain, Bobby L. Taylor, Mrs. to have the structure la. Question

to $15,000 by mittee of the National Legal is final enough, Supt. The sale grossed $33,509: for an average of $<141 on the 78 steers accepted. Originally, Ann Greene, Mrs. Faye Mar- removed. .
Aid and Defender Association.He Tom Casey points out, to allow lowe, County Agent George Due to the conflict& with zoning -
Federal Deposit Insurance the show 4-H and FFA members from 20 counties.
Is a member of the Florida classes to begin. 151 animals /were entered in by Huggins, Mrs. June Chapman. regulations, no permit fora
Corp. of the show, owned by Larry Sweat, Glbsonton 4-H member, Ella Waterson
Bar Association. Bar Assoc- The new guidance counselor, Grand champion Mrs. Mary septic tank for the buildingIn
[Contlmuvi On PaprcTwol: who will head the program Is brought $2 a 'pound frl1Lykes] Bros. Tommy Bell, and Bill Haas. question has !been Inuad.Julian. .

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Irene Mrs. L.Johns D. Green attended and Mrs.the New Post Offices UF ExceptionalChild Lot 6, Block T, Lincoln City jAxnle 8chey, his wife, Plaintiff : By: Beulah M. Moody
Are Approved in South half of Southeast. versus Eula Mae Rober.on Deputy Clerk
funeral of Hunter Goodbred ProfessorTo Quarter Section 82, Township and James Roberaon, her hue- (SEAL)
In Mayo last Thursday.! 8 South Range 22 Kant band. Defendants. Oregory Court, Fanlello A.
Address ADK pursuant to the final decree of WITNESS my hand and officIal Johnson;, '
Dave Long of FSU will 'be For Hampton And Lake GenevaThe foreclosure entered In a care Heal of !laId Court thin Ind Exchange Nat'l Bank. Bide
home for the weekend. I pending in Maid Court the style day of February 1968. Tampa, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- Or. Myron A. Cunningham!, of which le Irvine Schoyer and fH..RLES A. DARBY. Clerk 2-r 4t 2-29

f. son and children of Tallahassee U. S. Post Office De- ,f.e.t. The Professor of Education University -
GLADYS MOOTY present Hampton post of Florida will be the
spent the weekend with has
approved plans
office is 630 square feet, and .
Phone speaker at
Mr.: and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. for new post offices at Hamp the Lake guest an open
1st Lt. and Mrs. Harry B. ton and Lake Geneva and will was built Geneva!in 1958 office when still which a meeting of Alpha Delta Kappaon 7>>>7 ;';.
Loper, who spent the past call for. bids for constructionof fourth class office Monday Feb. 19 at 8:00p. :
has only
Mrs.! Mamie Parrish, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas year on duty In Germany are the new buildings at an 288 square feet of interior m. 1 Ufelk
Roy: Clemons and daughters, were in Ocala on Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and early date. space. The meeting will be held in ?J
-MArcia and Mrs. Jimmy New- visiting his the Bradford-Union Area
daughter MissMava Mrs. J. R. Bulllngton, beforeLt. The announcement was made The successful 'bidders will
A hian and :Me. and Mrs. Gene Lee Thomas. Loper reports for flight Tuesday by the office of Rep. construct the buildings for Vocational Technical Center
Norman Attended: a. surprise Vivian Morgan of Klngsley training at Fort Wolters Don Funuii In Washington. lease to the Government on Cafeteria which Is located at'
party for Richard Parrish In Lake left by plane last Fridayfor Texas I Both buildings\ ( will have an sites that must be acceptableto 609 N. Orange St. WHERE
: Jacksonville on Sunday. f fMr San Diego Calif. for a today n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voor-I Interior space of 861. square the Post OffIce Department. Dr. Cunningham Is a specIalist EVERYTHING IS RIGHT TO THE TASTE

and Mrs. W. H. Sullivan visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. aces of Jupiter Gary Vorhees in the field of .Exceptional -
: and son of Mayo were visiting F. Ward and their son Ensign of Valdosta state College and 1- Child EducaMon and Is I FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
e Mr. and Mrs. James -A. Sullivan Roger A. Frank, who Bonnie Oraudon and: Lee Sullivan presently serving as Chairmanof
Mr.: and Mrs. Dan Alva- leaves soon for duty In Viet of FSU were weekend Florida Gas Expansion Program Special Education Curriculaat
: ret and Mr. and Mrs. the University of Florida. Our Delicious
Terry nam. While In California guests of Mr. and! Mrs. F. W. Try BuffetSERVED
,Hardee on Sunday. Miss Morgan and Ensign Graudon. He has contributed many articles

7tex Brown of Miami visited Frank will visit Disneyland. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Miller Reviewed At Annual Meeting HereFlorida to professional journalsand
hli parents Mr. and Mrs. Local admittances; to Bradford of Rome, Ga. will be Sunday has served as teacher, DAILY
: George W. Brown over the ; County Hospital this, luncheon guests of Mrs. Alice principal and supervisor. Dr.

'weekend. week Include: J. D. Doyle, Anderson. Gas Transmissionand employees of the Brooker com Cunningham will speak on the Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet
,Mr. and ,iMrs. K. O. Duncan subject "Helping the SchoolChild
Mrs. Thelma Woods Berry Florida Hydrocarbons
pressor station for the secondyear t 11:00 to 2:00
: a.
I m. : m. 6:00
p. to 9:00
and Miss With Needs." p.m. : p.m.
Margaret Duncan Padgett Gilbert Goldwlre,, Green Company employees gathered Jn a row. Communications Special
'were Sunday visitors of Mr.. B. T. Thomas Charles Yatesrlene ,; SeeksReeecfon Tuesday night at the annual and Electrical Assistant Mrs. Lucille Brown president -

and Mrs. T. E. Duncan Ir '\ Miner William Harris, dinner meeting In Starke. Superintendent R. W. Stroup of the Alpha Gamma 25 .
Gainesville' Donald: Maulden Jr.. and Mrs' : / / Safety and:! service awards Winter Park, congratulated chapter of Alpha Dslta Kappa $ Tw HotEntrees 4S
Maxle Kelly of Lawtey and! 'auMne Tanner all of Starke: were presented and the em- the employees on their record invites all interested people .

Mr. and Mrs. George 'W William Reynolds, Mrs. Ruth, '[Continued From Page One] ployees had the opportunity to of working 37,312 man hourswithout in the community to attend .
: Brown of Starke attended the Shockey Mrs. Marjorie Few hear President W. J. Bowen a lost time accident. this meeting. Two Vegetables

house committee meeting of ind Mrs. Helen Egan of Key- latlon of the 8th Judicial Circuit of Winter Park discuss com- Stroup also awarded a "BlueRibbon" Defrrdant.. Assorted Salad
: the Harry-Anna Crippled! Chil tone Heights; Mrs. Ella the National Association pany growth and the oppor- certificate and complimented INOTIOK OK 'ORJot'LO".U< A .
dren's Hospital In Umatilla on Moody of Green Cove Springs; of Defense Lawyers !in Criminal tunities that lie ahead for the II the Eastern Division MALE! IIV I'l.KBK COIKT OKciiicirr Bolte Butter

: erttilldeY.S Mrs. Florida Baldree of Lake Cases the Florida State Texas-to-Florida natural gas of the Communicationsand Notice In hereby el\an that
Seaman [SU] John Spongier Geneva; Willie Dunston and Public Defender Association pipeline. Electrical Department on the underpinned Charle A. Darby Tea Coffee
'who has been assigned to and the American Judicature Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Bonnie Allen of Lawtey; Her Bowen reviewed the progress their eight year record. of no of Bradford County Florida,I
: the Thomas A. Edison NuclearPolaris bert Cooper of Melrose; Mrs Society. He was admitted In being made In the $93 million 'lost time accidents will on the 4th day of March''
Submarine In Charleston Donnie Ward of Lake Butler; June 1967 to ,practice before pipeline expansion programnow I Mr. Bowen presented five Beg at 11:00: AM., at the front I
door of the Bradford
: S. C. ds home on leave Mrs. Geraldlne Smith of Max- the U. S. Supreme Court. under way at various year service award pins to 11 Courthouse, In the City County of
a tultil. Feb) 26 vllle; and William H. Williams Active In> civic affairs. Green points from Loulsana gas area employees. Florida Hy Starke, "Florida offer for Hal I (
K. G. Duncan T. E. has and Hell at pUblic outcry to the .
and served GaA\.w.
as Memorials and
}f Raiford. lields to the Florida market. drocarbons employees receiving hlRhRHt antI bent bidder for cash,'
Duncan. of Gainesville attend Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Woodsjf Legacy chairman :for the He advUej:, the group that the awards were E. Inkle the following deacrlbed, propertyItuatnl
ed' the 90th :birthday celebration Live Oak were Sunday visitors Alachua County Cancer Society Florida is experiencing the barger,, Superintendent of Op ..1"rldR. to.wlt In Bradford: County j i
: of Dudley Ollllsple in. ) of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and has worked on pro- most rapid growth of any area erations: R. King Plant Engineer
Trenton on Saturday. Woods. jects for the Alachua County in the country and that Florida ; O. L. Warren Main- -
: ";Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock was In Miss Marla Moore e of FSU Heart Association. He Is associated Gas is expanding to meet, tenance Foreman; H. L. Gay STARKE PLAZA Open All Day Every Day 8:30: () a.m. 6100 pan.
a Avon Park Feb. 6 to 8 to at. was home for the weekend. with many civic and this growth "When the current -' Mechanical Technician Plant Fri. & Sat. Open Till 7 p.m.
: tend a workshop on Dr. and Mr. and Mrs A. J. MoMllllnit fraternal organizations, and is expansion programcompleted Is Operators O.,C. Lovelace J. -
a Mrs. Morenos'. program on Arlington Heights Ill will]1 a member of the First Baptist !In mid-1963, deliveries M. Riggs T B. Talley O. C.
Psychodrama, Oroup Psychotherapy be Sunday overnight guests of Church of Gainesville l of natural gas will I Tolleson; and Utility OperatorL.
a: and Role Playing. her brother-in-law and sister He is married to the former have increased by 77 per cent Raley, Come to Big Sowings I
'Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards Saundra Jones of "
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Starke and in the past 2'/! years. Bowen Brooker compressor employees II
: Jr. and. family attended the Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss they have three children, said. He also advised that the receiving the awards I
a State Fair in Tampa last t Wednesday Katherine 7; Melanie, 5 andLex Is
Lillian Stump spent ; company optimistic of early were Operator G. Clyatt and In our Annual February
week. 3. I
a night In Montlcello with approval of an additional $18 Relief Operator 'w. Mizelle. I '
Mrs. W. M. Smith under Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomsonind : In announcing his candi million pipeline expansion
S went surgery last Thursday i In : family. dacy. Green sold I would program by the Federal Power In TlifTinlilt, Court Of ThKlKMh < I
the Alachua General Hospital ,, like] the to : Jiiillrlnl Circuit In And;
Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs opportunity continue Commission in Washington ,.. ,. m
Fur llrniironl Cpuat Florida
: :Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlon Daisy Perryman visited Mr, In this important office D. C. IRV1XU. SCHKYEH: : et UX.,
a and family of Tlfton Oa.spent snd Mrs. Tommy Johns and and sincerely hope the pecris A "Blue Ribbon" safety Plaintiff THUFL I
: the weekend with their will let No: 222
family in Macclenny last I me. award was presented to the vs
parents tr. and' Mrs. V. V. day Irig EULA MAR': ROBERSON et ux., .
: Hazen 'end Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vin! Trial Clears ",.. FRI. i

W. :Furlong : rind children of Palatka we I I ", 4 I
I Dr. and :Mrs. T. O..< Ritch Saturday evening reD t
Hospital SAT.
: and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner meats of Mr. and Mrs. L. I 11
i will be weekend guests of Mr. Vlnlng. I II
: and Mrs. T. H. Slade at Ocean Mrs. Julia Wells visited h er" [Continued From Page One] ONLY

i Reef. sister.. Mrs. Martha Ambrose' the appellate court ordered a TV*
a Mr. Sand Mrs. C. D. \VUllamiand
Jacksonville the k
over wee ,
i .. daughter' "of Jacksonvillewere \ .l'm"! '. trial.The suit came up for trial t 1 1I

: Sunday.visitors; !\{Aif Mr. Dr. D. W. WMffen attend before Judge Murphree last fall I
: and Mrs. One Vttteln"J( tf.: the Southeastern Eduratlona'Congress : but due to an ''error in ques '
r' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong for Optometrists Ir tioning1 prospective Jurors a CHECK THESE PLUS MANY MORE IN-STORE SPECIALS!

; of Saluda N. C. are visiting Atlanta Oa. from Saturday to -nlstrlal was declared. It was ..
her son and daughter-in-law Tuesday. then scheduled for December iW Ir Irerr

a Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. Kennth Dance of, but was postponed until last Special Purchase

this week. I Southport Conn. Is vlsltfnc week. .
: Friends will be Interested to her brother-in-law and sister Defense "counsel was assisted pED LADIES LONG TAIL
hear of the marriage of Mike Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson 'try E. F. Saunders, hospital ad co/orsV/ 1 ( PRINTS t
Anderson son of Chief Lyl this week. ministrator. spring Reg, J9e yd PERMANENT PRESS

Anderson and! grandson of _
Dr. and Mrs. Barney' MrRaeJr.
of Mrs. Alice Anderson to and sons of Lake City were Fuqua Asks 'yA /
JOB Shirts.2Jor$3
,Marilyn Stritler of Miami on visiting: Mr. and Mrs. McRaeSr. k I YW, 10 ',
'January 22 in'Miami and they: I '
and family Sunday. LADi
are making their home In MIaL on 4e-a//>rction; S'tIx' fUr
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mor
4 rison and family of Leesburgwere
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-- Monday :
evening visitorsof LOAFERS .
Mr. and Mrs. ..,., Y FABRICS
a SERVICE SCHEDULE Henry. In the history of men. The N f n ap fo,2,99
: "--ST. 'EDWARD'S CHURCH. rison. critical situation In Vietnam : DdnNa"K n 1992.99 'values
a Starke Mrs. Donnie Mae Lame and and now Korea along withy lur colon. Solids checks prints In choice of

a Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. daughters Barbara and Jo 1 the state of our economy) de- and:aYd. kngfhawid., s r a DO i fabrics styles and cola's. You'll want
a and Willie Green spent] the mania the very best we have several at this bargain prJ ..Sizes 3238.
Thursday Mass
6:30: m.
p t } .
a <, Miraculous Medal Novena: weekend in Tampa visitingthe to give In Judgment, courage, rd ;% : $ .as eacrv.
State Fair and Busch and hard work.
: Saturday. 1 p. m. .
: Confessions: S p. m...and 7 Gardens. ,. Fuqua said that the Seconds S ., ROOM SIZE
a p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews lct is growing the Census par 314.88 I1UG LADIES STRETCH DENIM
: ,'-BT. WmjAMB CHURCH, visited Mr. and Mrs. BruceMathews Bureau having estimated : : /ra11 value ,
a Keystone Heights. In Gainesville on that Its population passed D/I./ rug Nehloopfuny '4
Sunday Mas' :\ : 9 a. m. Wednesayevenlng.:! half a. million people in De- I ,l i Ytaq ed bNndbF b'acne $1" 1 r Slim. Capris

Wednesday: Mass'and No. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComband I cember. "We are presented ______ coionr; t tORDERER .

vena. 7 p. m.. Mrs. Gladys Weldon were with new challenges as a. result pr -MILAR E2pNy/ / KCAL_ ,.our refl.$2.99
Ml j- 0 .*eram.sd fur ar of iwr-
-ST. MARY'S' CHURCH. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy of this growth, and I am Fe.utySqUMe. -.i Wi | S Wl 2 m _. Cotton-D inn t nytor.
Macclenny. Weldon In Jacksonville asking for the continued opportunity r rr r fi u\\ bl.nd> end< 100% Mnforited::
on LYCRA / $5'. w habia l Tapared fi. ... eW. lpJS -
Sunday :Mass: 11:30: a. m. to serve as *
.. Sunday exhibit at and the also Coliseum.visited the Congressman those challenges to assist; and 1n.meeting I + T o.e :w; ;f Our Reg, moujil [ dfw, c:: s ;: :ss: pnaent.jI .

opportunities" he said. ,: SSffffiftS $2 |/ Permanent! !Press
nf2 '.o ..'....> OpeitBarSm..dy .
.. <-" New '
...... Program iff

AtBHSContinued styled loafers In beautiful new spring ; Sa !I-l:..

shades of whiskey brown, otter, light blue or s fsr.77r '
WHY PAY' white. Soft, vinyl uppers and t GaaraMe +dt/. f 2 f or $7'
I [ From Page One] knit-fit lining Sizes 410.MENS'.. h r theta Nr an. fuR 54 .%
... ri.r_
MORE which they have been unsuccessful I j' doubts Id padd.d upjlg;y aev iue Z $ [00 Choose solids or prints In this darting

but will continue In I Aa cup,, fO4 long* 'sleeves tuck" front
set -
L\\ For Your Furniture $ others. I. J shift."U\i\*>*New. 8-16.Spring. \
At a future date when they .
are ready, employment will be .
d sought for them.A t lAD1ESetPAIITIES

: HASWORTHY' CHUCKAGLx.N A.u cur Pr .rid p h MaoL1 r1ap t' S?' NYLONS: '. r s

DOES SELL IT CliUMlfled Ad hi the TELEORAPII 1 : Q inb of w.ar."trna, 3 '
I stock upju0.10 $1
brln.rettulta.. BOOT for 1 1r ,
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CHURCH OF CHRIST tViltSive [t t! 9 oz. DENIM
Invites YOU : toxer-JeaDs

S5HlRi'S '
e To )Hear[ hear_ $1.39 ?
i oog
.t:4 I 91 err, our alreedy few lo",rprlca R..... Value |
: SALE THE GOSPELOF Woven .plaids.. end eolldi with "5-
.rnbroldery trims. AU 'new Spring 52.gg $2 -
CHRIST I I 4 color1.1..* SOU. w"ids.
Popular shoe at .._, ssr1Vfflvwr1
sport an
: II Up To 36 Mo. To Pay 8:30: Sunday Morning\ I 'l, amazing pricel) Sturdy, leather- MEN'S Paraansnf Press UNIFORMS. and b......

We Have One Of The Best {.f like uppers with gold colored knIt. _
: TV Technicians: In This Section ? If WPXE Radio Dial 1490 fit lining black sponge rubber sole BUY A SET-SAVE SIWORK '.

Worship Service and cushioned Insole. In burnished brown. 711. '' TJ
1 ,} C, H. NASWORTHY A ti I Sunday; 11:00: A.M. cur n4 $3D' cur r.t> $4 -
: g" -; FURNITURE: I & APPLIANCE Bible Study Sunday f BOYS' LOAFERS OR OXFORDSChoice 4 .f for $3 00

10 A.M. and 7 P.M.\ of twin gore loafer or rnoe toe SOCKS. ,

&k E t9t : 'l'iJ: %f)! l 3 Mi.\ South on US 301 ;r with oxford tough In black.vinyl sole Leather-like and heel. upper 8th-3. $3 beck Big( election BOYS'(end Ivy of.
our reg. 3.99 ;Acarduny. Auorted colon. sires, I3.

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I Episcopal Union/ County Clerk Predicts I and tile the original' in tin office by ...ddr"MMlnII"/ inquiry to your answer er' other pleadings
of tho Olerlt nf the ciroiit Krnil O. nicklniion, .Ir" State In said l piuc" .e Women MakePreEaster Court on or before I the ]19th cloy Comptroller an Administrator, ropy t3f same. upon William R.Fhtrw.dl .
1 I Consolidation of February' I ItuiS ; 01 her wise Abandon Property Division, Attorney for plaintiff,
Of Small Counties : the aUeHuttonfl of said Com-
PlansThe I Capitol Tallnhamioi, Florida. Be 101 North Main Street Gainesville -
I I plaint will be taken an confessedby <1 Hum" to "mention, account number Floria'' 01nr before the
you. name", and address< aa published inth day of February 19S8.
Women of St. Mark's z Union County, Clerk of the Union 'County was crented : Tills notice shall he published In this notice Unless Herein fall: not or a Dofault
i Episcopal Church held their Coin Rotoei A, D r I g gor: ) stakes I ibv: Ipfflslntlvo act In t'le early once, each' < week for tour eon- proof of ownership Is prosanled will he entered' nuralntit you
itp< "11\" weekH In the (irudfordCiiiinly l to tho holder by April 24, 19(11( Jest
GLADYS MOOTY monthly at the home a dim view of tin futureof \ injo-: Uradfoid Teleiriiiph.' : My
meeting + i by dividing the property" will be rliMlvted to nf snld ,',.url fit "arke, Br..df.i.l -
Phone 964-7G03\; of Mrs. Kenneth Orlder president ra1r some of Florida's smaller/ I| County nt the New River line Dated this. ITtli day nf Jan.unry tint Aflinlnlfttrntnr.,' Therijiifter. "',.IIUl.V Fl.irl'la' this. 2:1: dayor ,
counties and it Is nil flintier rlalmH imiNt IIA dl- .liiMuinv, A. H' IXB8
Monday night. Mrs, says ;.ifti'r u tight of more than hnlf ( ;: A.- DAlinV, rurted to the AdmliilHrntur.Kltm I.MIARI.I'1H: fJAKttf \
Herbert Thomas gave the devotional if any of the 13 Union a ce.n'ttiry' over location of the .I'loik, of HIM t'Ii!t"'llIt I'ourl" n. 1 1MCHIN40N( : JflAN "I..rk. of the Circuit. Court I
Home Economist I DKG Memorial and discussed! County officials to be elected courthouse In SUuko. or Lake Hv IliMihih M, Monity AdioInlNtiiitiir' 1Y! IMuliih M. Moody
pre- I >"puly I 9erk.) .
this I.I lit zir.IN l/M .t 2-14 '
Club MeetsThe Service Honors Easter planning. year111 complete t'ni-lr Riiller. RI M. j'j'.it
terms of office. I/LT! It 2-U,

Starke Home Economist Mrs. HancockAn Mrs. George Kopelousos The reason an Drlggera Sl'CSIt '\ 'I''''': iniTIT .
gave a discussion'! of the celebration 1"" '11-1! lip.' \\1lis: <"!' .tV KIOIIIIIV ".f'OII"'I.
is the
Club met Thursday morning, possible consolidation! PItnatlly': .\I'I'I-UIII" .!'. Pill: I INCOME TAXSERVICE
of Easter by the Greek + JeT.ORIIlA: ti <> .11 i>ii IAI. t niri ,
Feb. 8 at the home of Mrs. Impressive memorial ser- Orthodox faith Mrs. Lenore of Union County with some IV 'IIAN'l'at'!': un1:11": : ",,' Alit1)116:111'nlil'bu'l'1'" : lV Al/ > KOIlIIIII I
H. K. Tyus with Mrs. Marta vice for Julia Smith Hancock adjacent county in the future LTSI.R W I".LL11V I : )OIII II t'nl'NTY.! fl
Foster talked on some of the Plaintiff. Purinnnt t" "Section' l.t: of Chaptor I IVII.. AtTIOM1.IOVKNR I
)McMurtriei: cohostess.Mrs. a deceased member of AlphaNu new changes being' made In "There are those who say V3. TIT 10'101'1Slutul.\' .., entitled :.IIIR.lnftJl'!. : C. : ,
Lola Johnson, president Chapter of Delta Kappa that the people of Union Comity Case o.'ln? "Klorliln niTOHltlnn of Unclaimed 1'lantlff
the Catholic Church. Apnp1'Tn", I'lopertv. Aft", lint lee .10 vs
asked the members to answer Gamma, was held 1 ? ; never vote t'i> consolidate I
by the Soc- ? s r Defendant' hereby jrl\in that the
Mrs George Winkler announced s"r ? y pernrmMllntvd Care No. 240Tho / SEE
roll call with something: they, iety Friday night in the S. \ with another county," NO'lll'M TO APPIJAH 1 below appear to be theowners FfAN(,19' t.RVFoa: : .
would like to do on a real cold Bryan Jennings that Mrs. J. W. Kin- he said but added! that such a To, Truman .1. Slndy, Gvn. Pel., ..if unciiiiint,( pareo,nut,, 1".r"nlunt, ,
School in caid and Mrs. O. L. Beasleywill .. step does not require I Mumfrlpn, Virginia.( or Intangible property prenumodabandoned Stole of (Klnrlcla To:
day.The 'Orange Park, be in charge of altar dutyIn approvalby ton are hereby' notified the n PItANCI.S: r,KVK.NBnddrpHH : Town Finance
club voted to buy two After discussing the Idea of Hagar-Harrell I the voters of the county fltilt for Adoption hits liven riled, 7-03JII.IIII03 Ollllarrt Wlll.n, < unknown
dozen for the March. concerned HttaliiHt/ you In the nbo\ named, I len He''! Hturke, Kla.Infni YOU AUI inoRicnr notified
plates new agri-
expansion, the teachers decided Rev. Fred Yerkes will have ToldMr. "The S tat Court and muss and you. ni,',oreiiulrpd ntatltut I'lineernliiK" the. that "4 proceeding Tor dlvorc COMPANY
e Legislature
culture building. ''Members wer that a new chapter Engagement to nerve, a cOI'Y'of your amount n-r ilnncrlpllon of the bun .been br'jiiKht, In the Clu'ult 226 N. Temple Ave
asked to donate magazines not would charge of the Early Communion Drlggers said "ling t'ne power answer or plmullnR' ,to the com- Prnpert, and 1 Urn mime and nd- Ciiurt far lirnilford Couniy, ,
than three months old to be formed by the Clay Service at St. Mark's on and Mrs Kenneth E. by n ,simple I l majoi'itv vote plaint. on. the 1'lnlntlf/ Attorney adrenn <>f the holder< may bo ob- Florida, nRHlriKt you Volt .areherehy Loan Up T o.?.600
more County members while Bradford lion. OnorKA II }''lerr' '' l0'tlor : tnlned' l h v any )"'rains POHHOIP-" I re hired, to tits '
be given to the North Florida Baker and Union would Sunday morning Feb. 18. at Hagar announce the engage- among themselves to change Temple A\f''''>e, Starke Fin InK an IntereHt" In the property the Clerk of this circuit Curt
State Hospital at Macdenny. 8arLAfter ment of their daughter, Linda county boundary lines anti convnlldnte -
Miss Martha .Sue McCain as Alpha Nu Chapter. the meeting 15 members Lee. to William Malcolm Har- two or mi..ie counties 1
The Clay County hostessesserves : were invited into the and Mrs. M. Into one"
spoke on the marks of a good lell son of Mr.
i-halr. Some Information she I refreshments. dining room Mhere refreshments O. Harrell of Brooker. "It is a matter of economics i

gave the club were: Never buya Those attending from Bradford were served. Mrs. Miss Hagar and Mr. Han-ell: and costs, insof.ir as the state
County were: Miss Della: Is concerned," he said. THE FORDS ARE ROLLING IN
chair without first trying it; Gladys Hatcher presided at are both graduates of Bradford "And
price is not always an Indi- Rosenberg Mrs. Mona Canova the tea service : High School class of the UI'blln-'on' tl'ol1l'll 1.1\\IsIIl'

cation that a chair tt is well Mrs. Muriel Norman Mrs. Sue 1965. and both are juniors at yore seems to have this itemon ,

built; standard chairs are usu- Winkler. Mrs. Marilyn Rob- Stork Shower the University of Florida. its mind." ,

ally built for people approximately erts. Mrs. Evelyn Haney Mrs. Wedding plans will be an- Therefore, according< / to Drlgr- ,

:9'8'\ ; and chairs should Lucile Payne, Mrs. Tommie For Mrs. Johns nounced at a later date. gers'\ WilY of thinking, it is AT
have at least 8 or 12 coil Nolin. Mrs. Helen Johns, and doubtful that officials elected i'
springs. Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Randy Johns was In 30(58! ( will finish out their '

pleasantly surprised at a stork Annette Padgett, terms because of this problem

Sidney LanierIs ihower given in her honor Bride-To-Be of non-mirvival of the smaller
Alkire-Moody ,
Tuesday night by members of counties...! Motors
EngagementIs Subject the Wesleyan Service Guild Honored At PartyMiss erwillegar

At UDC Meet following( their regular meeting -'
AnnouncedMrs. Annette Padgett,, KOVTDKAIN BAPTIST
I, which was held at the.
whose marriage to Gerald CIlfltCH STAICKK
Johns home" E. Besseni
Mrs. Frank Beard presentedan on
Jeannette Alkire
announces -
event of
Norman will be an
the and interesting program of the Road with Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Sunday! School 10 a.m.
March 2, was honored a
I life of Lanier I as' co-hostess. Morning Worship, 11 am.
of her at the
Approaching marriage
daughter, Judith to Percy S. W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC Mrs. J. R. Hlxon presidedover I II "meet by Mrs.the family"Dave Paulk party given and Training Union. 6 p.m. Evening BIG SELECTIONS BIG SAVINGS !

:Moody, son of Mrs. Eunice meeting on Wednesday afternoon -I the business meeting and Worship 7 p.m. Prayer
Moody of New .River. of last week. several members took part in Mrs Eldon Sapp at the Meeting, Wednesday 7 pm.o.O'I'IC'11 .
of the latter last Thursday
Miss Alkire and Mr. :Moodyare : I The meeting was held at I the study course during the

both graduates of Bradford the home of Mrs. George> program. Mrs. D N. Harden- night. : nv HiiKiiiKF': 'm\t.r. ,
High School. Miss Alkire is Flynn Sr. with Mrs. L. G. brook, who with her family I The Valentine motif decorations was N"llo'p In' hprehv, .given that I, lit Right Now Today Is Your ChanceTo
carried out in the party -
presently employed by the Uni Powell as co-hostess. Mis. L.! was recently stationed for P. n Reddish Sheriff, of Hrml- ,
and floral arrangements ford routilv. l-Mirlilii" under and
versity of Florida In- the IBM T Crews presided over the three years in Okinawa Rave I by vhtuu uf Writ of Kxf: 'titlon Have Your Choice Of Our New
department and Mr Moody fs meeting Mrs. J. W Kincaid! a talk on the faith habits throughout the partyrooms. In AVII: Shipment -
the State Road and life of Oklimwans. The lace covered refreshment P"'IIlIo" ''MMIIPtl, out or Small,
employed by reported on the progress beIng Claims (Nnirt of Ilflirirol ("nun .
department.The made on securing 'a memorial During the social hour the table was centered Iy Flnrlilii, piirHiiniit. lo'n fln.il Just Arrived And'r
wedding will take placeon to the Confederate deadto I hostesses served refreshments,I with a crystal punch bowl 1 jiHlK. ..'innnt,' tor TV, Tnttim..
and ngul, 'flat P'lo'd King. d.rp"lanl -
Thursday, Feb. 29 at 8 ,m. I ] encircled with an arrangement
p using the Valentine theme
be placed In Crosby Lakecemetery I In lln' amount" of $7(1.HtiiKitliii ( :(
tit the First Christian Church.All and Mrs Johns was presented I Ii of fern and white floiets. Mrs ,. nlili hil'i.'MI' ihciiiKiint
fiends and relatives are with baby gifts from the 19'' Rudolph Sapp presided at the 0 p,'r font and\ .'ill <;"Htiv of>
During the social hour the i{ riillortlon.
invited to attend. hostesses served refreshments.I members present. punch bowl. Have Boly.i'd. and. have In nivIXIHMI'HHtfltl ,
i Several games were played 111,. fillllWltlK. d.-!
the 7:30 to M"'II.I, |H>rHtnal( urf '''','ly to
during party hours :
SpeightBlackMarriage Miss Graham Recent Births Wit:
9 o'clock. Lot B1 In Si-otlon! 29"), '1'0111MhIJ' 4 HUNDREDSDOURS
Told Mr. I Twenty-five members of the 0 Houth ItntiKO. S3 Kiixt
SpenglerTo Mr. and Mrs. DeRltch Green DM per rnii(|p tf Wf o McRae family enjoyed the affair -
the In tltocinr'Mit
of St. sauna uwx'iirit'
Louis Mo. announce
Mr. and Mrs.. C. E. Bowers Wed
Saturday and each presented the public rticonltt of a
of Lake Butler announce the I the birth of a daughter, Paula ltriiflfi,r bride-elect with a gift. Among .
marriage of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham Sue, on Feb 9. Paternal grandmother KXflCI'TINO: tlici, ef roni ota
those present were Mrs. Lloyd lot des,'rl bed l IIH 'bowl/ tinI nit'
Jeanelle Speight, to Emory announce the engagement and I Is Mrs. Nelson Green.) Padgett, mother of the honoree !CO foot West of tlm nulli-
<( Mrs\. ', Robert L. Black of Lake daughter, GHda, to Seaman Mr. and Mrs. Ace Jay Hodgeof i and Mrs. Tully Norman thcniv thence, inn North Inn rapt of
mother of the bridegroom-to- run i WeHt 100 feet,
;Sutler. (SU) John :M.: Spengler. son of I Starke announce the birth|, thlniirun. Smith' 100 fret, ,
"< The wedding:,, ook 'place" at Major and MM. V. J. Spengler. of a daughter, Carol Elizabeth be. thence run Runt 100 foot to
tr;, the First Baptist Church" In 'The on Fob d)' In Bradford County Point uf irlmilriK." I a
wedding will take place j, AH tho ,property of the nbnv
'; Ralford on February 2 with the on Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Hospital. Exchange Student numt'd 1 foniliint, nn.1 l that on
.Vloiulay the I I'lth! day of I..hrll-.
Rev. Stolte officiating. home of the bride's parents on Guest SpeakerFor nry !I'XtH! nt ivvt'tV4i ,,''.'Io'k noon
Miss Charlene' Taylor and E. Call street in the presenceof Mr and Mrs George W., on salt dos at 'the> IlilNt: dour. .of Fine Selection Of New 1968

Pete" Landry were the. couple's the, immediate families. A Ricks. starke, announce the[ Little WomenMiss JliitiHo the ,Uuulforil"I will,offer"t'oinity for sale Court and, The All New 1968 ford

.attendants. reception will be held at theJ birth of a son, George War- Hell to thn lilxlii'Ht hlililnr for
The couple are residing in D, Warren home immediately ren Ricks II, on Jan. 31 in Elisa Rekila an ex- Cash In h'md. thn above do- MUSTANGS
Gainesville. I change student from Finland HiTlhi'd, property, of sold dprendant Galaxies and Fairlanes
following the Alachua .
ceremony General Hospital. to satisfy tho ufoiuHaldKxerutlon. .
-- ----- was guest sneaker at the Little .
Women's Club meeting 1' I). Reddish, Sheriff
Bradford Ntinty .I ru
Monday night a J I
a I
Miss Reklla showed slides of 2-1 4t 229No'rH"

y, a I her country and spoke of its o] 10 iinrnDIV .
( V.. De X people and customs. Memberswere 'llirmT rOI'HT ii.I
yv given a Finish song to1 I KUAriKUIIO COUNTY

sing. I

""(2 Marilyn Bollinger presidedover I
t the meeting and Mrs. n.I 'qtr

M. Hatcher Jr. gave the de-I]I

votional. The club will have a

Is r f .1r bake sale Saturday morning,I

Feb. 24 at 9:30: a. m. In front
of the Shoe Rack. .1 (Yi

Linda Gay and Nancy I
Struth. hostesses served refreshments 11jis i

., during the social kf a der Mr

hour. r

Ask '_ '
50th Anniversary nyd" i :

4 To Be ObservedBy 4
.e .
ey.- :wy Starlings Charley
Save Hundreds
Of Dollars
Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling Tremendous Deals In These
will celebrate their 50th I Johns

wedding anniversary on Sunday ,, On These New 1968 A-1 Used Cars Check
Feb. 18, from 3 to 5 -

o'clock with open house given About this question : FORD TRUCKS With Us For A Real
by their children Mr. and Mrs. Today Buy

Douglas Scott :Mr.: and Mrs. location travel includes ,
Doyle Starling and Mr. anti : e1 i
t: : Mrs.: Edwin Starling. The affair the hazard of accidents, y.i ]

:., will take place at the Star- theft, or injuries in faraway .

ling home on Highway 225, placer. Doer the
: Lawtey Charley E. Johns Agency

-, ;.. 1i. /. All friends and relatives! are have connections with insurance
i.Y invited to attend. agents and adjusters

all over the coun

HardinLesterMarriage try to Rive prompt claim

I When they build their real homes, Told service" in any emergency

-we'll be here to help them with home loans. Lt. Com Lawrence V. Har- ?

I If} you need a home loan now. I din, USNR. and Mrs. Hardin Charley E. Johns
announce the marriage of

I talk it over with us today. their daughter, Sarah Mae to Agency Jos.. wt w ,Y'. '7rr r1 Ia'''< <' ,xl

We are home loan specialists., Dr.James and Kelly Mrs Charles Hester, son J. Hester of- 131 S. Walnut St.

I of Jacksonville. PHONE Ofi '1-5070 ..
The marriage took place in,' {

I Atlanta Ga. on Feb 9 and t' H *

I Savings and LoanASSOCIATION E.14z37 E. the couple Is' residing In Jacksonville i COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGKAPII -- .r. r v.. .., f + w1rxa74.( : L I a,Jr..+1W

ctrl tns( I Published every Thursday ( With Clyde or "Vic" Vickery TODAY!

OF STARKE I MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL at Starke.138 W.Fla.Call 32091 St., .q ...

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 SundaY-9:45: a m. Sunday
School. 11:00: a. m. Morning Second class postage paid Your Authorized ford Dealer in Bradford and

f Worship 6-00: p. m. Training at Starke Fla.. Union Counties!
Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Subscription KaUa:

Savings In By The 20th Earn II I Worship.Wednesday 7:30: Prayer In trade area: ".00 per

Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- year; $2,2.Ix:\ month.

I nlght-7:00: p. m. Family Outside trade area: $4.80 erwillegar MotorsI

From The First -Night per year; f2.SO fix months

Adjustable Vinyl Boot E.: It :Matthews, editor and

lover All sizes 20 cents cant publisher I

... ... -- The Telegraph. 206 W. Madison Street Phone 964-7200
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M tpauamimt: .. ? THURSDAY. FEB.: U, 1968
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Lose 47-33 To Lake City points. Today's game, end ed: families who are. unable to'-'-in farm and money manage

I the first halt of play, with! obtain adequate credit fl'oml ment.

Oayle's Beauty Salon to king other sources. The program is I The Alaehua., Bradford anc
first place. Now the teams will I tailored to individual family I I Clay Counties Office is located

Second wip their slates clean and(l needs and loans are accomIof in the Executive Building, 412
Cagers In FloridaSfaTo.ul.e start again with the winner panled by technical assistance K E. 16th Ave., Gainesville

v the second, half meeting the.e

winner of the first half Oay

Lake City's undefeated fact contributed to the Toroia- Jackson 1 3 I' .j D r- le's for the League Champion: FLORIDA THEATRE

Tigers pawed Bradford High doe's hitting for 42 per gent! Williams 1 1 t ship.Final
47-33 Saturday. night to cap- from the field their best Chandler 02 T .. Standings For Flrsl
ture the Florida" Star Confer percentage of the three same: Totals 13 7 3:! Tornadoes Win 57-50 Half Inn: Oayle's. Salon 6-0, Holiday !. Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00 -

cnce championship finals at series. Lake City FO FT 4-2 Doyne Conner 1- Saturday 1:00

Orange Park. Jackson led all rebou;Oders Houston 3 2 II 8 i. 5, William's Jewelry 15.
By virtue of the defeat BUS in the game with 19, ti/hile Burgess 6 C 01 2 I Schedule: : Thursday. Feb. IGayle's 5! FRIDAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16(;, 17

finished tn !the runner-up Chandler pulled down( 12..: Purdy 3 1 vs Conner Ins. 4 p,
a in 1968 conscience( playA < Over m. Monday, Feb. 19 Oayle's v s Double Feature Program
spot : Orange Park reachc4; the Long 3 0 6 Class AA Ocala/ Inn
Holiday 4
p. m.
a thorn in Jie Tornadoes semifinal round by tiefKiting Cole 204 '\ -','

aide all season the smooth-! Palatka 64-47. In other' first Totals: 22 3.41 r I (1 C P Gains '
playing Columbia High five round action Bolles (flipped(]. Tornado cagers battled to a lost the ball after getting it Is set in Orange Park. 23- US IEE BIGGEST SHOT, Uior; nBOUT r1 OTWt
a came from a 11-10 first per St. Augustine 63-48 and Lake JV 57.50 win over Clara AA off the boards.It 24. First Place Tie ,

: Sod!! deficit to demolish a stiff City drew a bye. I Cagers Ocala here Tuesday night In was the second time this Statlutlc! EVER!BteTJJUTOr RESFEO VALLS7!

a BHS defense, .behind the sup Rally Past RaidersIn a hotly contented. game undecided season the Tornadoes had beat BUS ____ 11 18 18 10-57 Two 'very exciting game
crib outside shooting of Scooter the Orange Park contest, Bow 49-31 until the final minutes en Ocala. The first victory was Ocala ____ 13 9 18 10-50 took place in the high schoo: ::2

Houston [island Jonathan it was again a second, period Hitting very respectable a 57 G9 edging in Ocala on Jan. BHS gym Monday night Feb. 12, # /'the qgreat t ( .
a Burgess ,12J.] rally that meant the marginof To Ocala 42: per cent of their field goals, 26. McLeod 6 113 In the Men's Cage, action. A "1 $ gatherin'1 VaN

Another Cold Spell victory.At after Saturday's 24 per cent Adrian Brown was credited Chandler 0 3 13 Starke Chrysler Plymouth yTa ,,

The Tornadoes" were very the end of the first quarter Bradford's Junior Vaiultycugcrs ) against Lake City in the Florida with a good floor game Tues- Jackson .B 2 12 going Into the game with one v ,

a much in the game [24-19 at !the score was knotted 9-I stayed with Class AA Star title game, the Tornadoes day as he moved the ball well Brown 146 defeat, and that at the hand

the half: 36--JO In the third 9 but then the Tornadoesgot Ocala for three periods but t overcame numerous despite giving it up several Williams 0 3 3 of undefeated National Guard

a period] until a dlsastrou tough, grabbing 14 points gave the ball away three times I floor mistakes to take a 29-22\ times to the Ocala press. On McKntght 4 0 8 came up with a must win, 33- :; I t
fourth cold while halftime lead. Ocala outscored Jones 102 32, over the Guard to throw 4Aw .4 s
quarter spell hit. holding the homes land in the fourth period to go down one spectacular play near then \
The locals managed only three ing Raiders to Just 8. 49-31. the locals two points, 13.11 1 end of the third period Brown TOTALS: 22 13 /97 the two teams into a tie for "'ti

paints; In the stanza, going As a result BHS held an Coals led all the way, but tho first period but the Tornadoes shot missed, recovered, ,.rebounded Ocala first place.If .
1-11 from the field. eight point half-time adva.nt-I: : just by a few points until the settled down in 'the, his own shot, put it up Sapp 1 4- '41 the Ouard had won this
"You can't win with that age 23-151-whlch[ disastrous fourth period, Coach I second to( outscore' the visitors again for two points and was Clark J. 6 214 game, they would virtually]

kind of let-down. said Coach be the margin of victory Mike Sexton said. The score 18-9. fouled in the process. He made Clark S. 4 3 11 have cinched the City League '
Warney Acttelnson, "no matter The Raiders managed to cut was 19-16 at halftime and the "We took the ball down nine the three pointer good. Grant 0 0 0 Championship as the two !4i! "
times In the first quarter and
how good the defense is" the deficit to seven (35-281 Tornadoes still trailed only 35- Sophomore. David McKnlght: Cunningham 317 teams will meet only once A
turned It to
over seven %
Lake City had some problems at the three-quarter mark 29 at the end of the third per- times," Coach Atkinson got In'a lot of action. against Andrews 4 '4 12 more this season. Now the _
in adjusting to the Tor. but the Tornadoes came backto iod and the game was still said after his team's 18th Ocala, scoringeight ,pojuts Hodges 000 Stage is set for the City League

: nadoe's slow-down style of outscore Orange Park with within reach. victory against seven defeats."It with a.. steady Job. Floorman TOTALS 18 14 50 Game of the Year, when these /

play but began finding the 114-13 In the final stanza to But Ocala outscored the was Just luck they didn't Larry Mercer, who sprained two teams 'will meet again on 1 / /

range from outside in !the second take. the game 4941. Baby Tornadoes 13in the score." i hla ankle for the third time Monday. March 4, with the

half. McLeod was the ,game's I final period to Twin going ; Paul McLeod made it 1 13-13 against Orange Park In conference third quarter and could..not winner taking the Championship
In earlier contests.. BUS leading scorer ,with 20 points ,away. Foul trouble In the last Friday, dressed catch the Celtics again as honois ..
: with the first basket of the .-- ..............
had not been able. ] to stop or and Chandler was next with closing minutes also cost more second period and big Bruce out ''but stayed on the bench they took a 28-23 third quar- In Mondays game neither MO-MHMAM.... .[SilL' MitlCW.4"-

: even effectively slow the fast point Jackson dumped In two more, the entire game. ter lead. team ever led the other by ajoccues rnTucK' twuutKOfllllS

: breaking Tigers. 13.Bob Lauderdale( was the Duley led Ocala. with 21 making it 13-13, and the Tor- The Tornadoes have two regular Douglas Brown led the more than eight points. THEF BUS MSISIRS I (0('seas a5p4a., .. :- '"
'' KM DIDHOffifil
-- Brown Leads BUS only Raider to roach double points. nadoes were never headed after season games remaining Celtics with 14 points and The Guard led the automobile Kit S1AMPI9XM SE E"r.': :! .'QR11'.' O, ALU 1,N SUUNMfOBlBI ,
Tom Marks led the Tornadoes 8SOII'1IO'/D IHCMM Of afiNMlN
Adrian Brown was the Tor- figures with 10. that. ,Closest Ocala could come before the Group Tournament Larry McLeod was high for dealer team all the way ANN OM( CUTTHI '_SCMKLHMuuc ..
with 15 points and 10 rebounds s ..
a naoe's leading scorer with 13. McLeod Tops Tournament was a 52-43 deficit with less begins Feb<23. :They host tough the Lakers with 11 points. until the last few minutes of MUMX/ MT) Sl/UnCV/ ...__
Hark Graudon had our* MOBlfY
: followed by'Paul McLeod with McLeod topped ab Tornadoes than two minutes ot the fourth Green Cove- Springs' a team Wednesday Feb.7 the game. At halftime the "HUNT" MWIOYCLMUKf 3]-",f MFBO SAILS I.'Hlr TIWEI'NOmm 5NN LAIR

11. No other Bradford: players with 48 poln la for the tlvc points and nine 50 rebound cent period left.McLeod :;' that"has beaten them once, I The Royals won their sec score was 13 to 14. CINCH CAILAHAN Will] A ctt THAN/OF SATURDAY YOU COULD PHCMTSII FIT WTOMOUTHFUL 6101X5 o.-a; 'JOHNSON

a could manage double figures tournament series. His 20 The from Tornadoes the floor shot Coach per Sexton and Harold Chandler Friday:night, Fpb.. 16 and travel ond game' of the season by When !the game reached the ........,_. ..... .....
.a Brown's fine eight point point effort against Orange" said. had 13 ;points each trailed by to Live Oak next Mondaynight"Feb. sending the Lakers to their fast break period !the final 3 RAlPH MAICUM',LILLY MW MINIM" .H IrAIIISCH

a performance in the third per- Park was the tournament BUS is now 9-8 for the season big Jackson with 12. The, three 19. The Tornadoes : second! straight loss 3833. minutes, the Ouard had a 3 ILa0A0 a00Y DURHAM -- A ma, NnAbeal.R W-: :
will bo' without the services of .,.. NN HUPU ncIUAIS _
iod kept BHS within striking high. Following MiLeod was with two games remaining were also\ tough on the boards stalwart Paul McLeod against The Royaa] took the lead point lead. With five secondson
S distance at least until the Chandler with 33, Jackson: one with Green Cove McLeod1 bad 13 rebounds, from the first and never letup the clock and the Plymouth
Florida -
Green Cove he will be at
: cold spell struck. with 28 and Brown with 21. Springs here''' Friday night, Feb Jackson 1O and" Chandler: 0. ; as they Jumped off to a team trailing 32-31 Steve Til- PLUS -

S Lake City had gained the BUS completed conference 16, and one in Live Oak next Coach Atkinson ,said his big State University trying for I 21-10 halftime lead. ley hit the cords with a IS

a finals on an easy 71-49 con- action with a 15-7: season. record Monday night, Feb. 19. Both, three actually brought down an academic scholarship. I The Royals! were led by foot Jump shot and the Guard I 'PUNCH ITU..AfJD ? ",1I

: quest of Bolles. start at 6:30: pm.' I more rebounds than that, 'but The Group IV Tournamentular Buzzy Costello with 19 points was unable to get off another ,
a Bradford High! also had little BHS 13 22 14 1463 and Larry McLeod was high shot. Wayne McLeod and

a trouble making the final' Live Oak 10 13 12 1651 Discount won Its first game of In Starke Is still offering for the Lakers with 11 points. Steve TiUey with 11 and 10

against the heavily favored BHS FO FT T RECREATIONNEWS the year with, a 37-35 squeaker three sessions weekly for all Saturday Feb. 10 I points paced the winners.I
a Tigers. McLeod 5 71 over Hurst Shell Service:' Interested persons. The Celtics frustrated the John Godwin was high for iF

: In opening round action Chandler' 651 By virtue of the 'victory Some very beautiful Items Lakers once again by downing the Ouard with 8. .
Thursday night the Torna- Jackson; 7 1 15 Southern Discount moved have been produced! 'by the them in a close one 4441. The The game between Boat- W'TECHMISC9PE'

-: does Crowned Live Oak 63-51 Brown 3 1 7 from the cellar to a tiewith participants and many of Lakers, after leading 20-17 at drain Baptist Church and

and returned Friday night to Mercer 1 5 7 Hurst Shell and TerwUlesar these> will be on display at halftime had a cold streak In Jackson Builders, although
-: stop Orange Park 49-41. Totals 22 19 63 Baldwin StaysUndefeated Motors for second place. The the Bradford County Fair the third quarter as the Celtics neither! team had as much at

: Big. Three Down 'Dogs Live Oak TO FT T Tops Discount boys outscored Shell! Everyone Is welcome to join in outscored them 15-6 to stake as the other game, it

c In the.Live Oak victory.thee Prior 4 816 15 to 3 in the opening period the fun on !Monday and take a 32-20 lead l going into was Just as exciting and hard

Tornadoes used a 1-2-3 punch. Allen C 1 13 'Terwillegar Mtrs. and In the final anaylsis this I Thursday evenings 7-10 p. m. the ]last quarter. fought with the winner being I TECHHH t91' IJ am l

i Irt the form of Paul 'McLeod Cheney 4 311 proved bo be the margin of Wednesday, 9-12 a. m. The Lakers got hot againby determined:,. only after an
t71] Harold Chandler. [171 ln 2 0 4 Baldwin Chevrolet won its overtime
: Speri S and Bruce Jackson 115} to Rat<'1lI! 1 1 3 third game In a.s many starts 21 to 14. 12, but the six point differenceof by a score of 9-8 as the first

: subdue the Bulldogs.. Brown 1 0 2 by trouncing Terwillegar[ Motors In the second half o. lay Bantam League the third period< was their half ended. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY FEU. 18, J9, 20

After the Tornadoes gained Pittman 1 0 2 5S-34 Hurst Shell made 'a determined Cage 'i1ayTuesday I downfall. In the 2ndhalf.,. Boatdraln I ,. .u A. RafafdsteL3lQrtdot

a 13-10 advantage In the first Totals: I1)! 13 51 After !the Initial period of effort to win the game as Fred Robinson and Douglas outscored Jackson's 11-10. to nvjm inserts

: quarter, the threesome came BHS 9 14 '.2 14-49!} play Baldwin walked away they outscored the winners 21 Feb. 6 Brown had 17 and 12 pointsto cause the overtime play. In '

to life for 22 points in !the Orange Pk. 9 6 13 11 -41 with the game. Leading only to 16, but were 'unable to In a single. game played lead the Celtics while Larry the extra period of play GRs)1 ;
a second! stanza to give BHS a. BHS FO FT T 9 to 4 after the first quarter overcome that first quarter 9 Tuesday Feb.' 6, Koch' Drug, McLeod was high for the Jackson's scored 8 points and

35-23 halftime lead. McLeod 9 2 20 of play. Baldwin built this point deficit behind the 18 point shootingof Lakers with 19 points even limited Boatdraln to .4 aced.:\, by: raquelwefchgoteycarrttlge1 Tiiebundi
Second half play the Chandler 5 3 13 lead 26 to 12 at halftime and Andrews
saw Lloyd Ollpln took high scorIng Oray Flynn, edged though fouling out In the last doing so won their second
: two teams exchange baskets Jackson 259 made it 42 to 17 at the end of honors for the night lead- Drugs, 3125. quarter.. game of the year. Marc Jackson

:. on an even basis each recording Williams 226 the third quarter.Ter'willegar ing Southern with 21 points. Koch's Drugs, led ]In every Standings: Royals 2-0 Celtics paced the Builders with

28 points. Brown Oil dli:! manage !to Standings: Baldwin 3-0 quarter as Andrews Drugs 2-1; Lakers 03. 12 points Frank Nazworth led -a ;.
: Bobby Frier and Sid Allen Totals '3 13 49 .outscore Baldwin in the final 'Southern Discount 1-2 Ter- couldn't quite close the gap. Schedule: Saturday', Feb. 17 Boatdraln with 9. of them

topped Live Oak scoring with 'Orange Park FO FT T period but It made no differ wlllegar Motors 1-2. Hurst Andrews Drugs was ,led by Celtics vs Lakers 1:00: p. TO.; Standings: Starke Chrysler wviUlilo UGL711Al( t 3
: 16 and 13 respectively. For the Lauderdale 4 2 10 ence in the final outcome. Shell Service 12. Danny McKinney with 12 Tuesday' PM. 20 Royals] .vs 4-1. Ouard 4-1 Jackson's 2-

a third time this season the Prevatt 339 Johnny Warren had 13 Schedule: Thursday Feb. points. Celtics 5:00: p. m.; Wednesday 3, Boatdraln 0-5. Q robnson A'

Tornadoes were able to hold Brokas 248 Gary Hamilton William Scog- 15: 7:00: p. m. Baldwin Wednesday Feb. 7 Feb. 21 Royls vs Lakers 5:00: Schedule: Monday, Feb. 19- 'i\
the Bulldog's] high scorer. Marlow 408 I gins and Andy Mayton each Chevrolet vs Hurst Shell 8:30p. : Carp's remained undefeatedby p. snGayle's. 7:00: Jackson vs National panwlsloifaemetrocoiorONE \ ,. 1

: Andy Cheney well below his Warner 306 ]had 11 points to account for m.-SOuthern Discount vs downing Gem Jewelry 31- Guard 8:30: Starke Chrysler]
a season average. This time Totals: 13 9 41 J Baldwin's scoring. For Terwil- 21. Tops vs Boatdraln.
Terwlllegar Mtrs.Ceramics ,
: Cheney netted only 11 BHS 11 8 11 3-33 ]legar Motors! Tim Thompson Gem Jewelry played an ex- Holiday InnOn WEEK RUN
: McLeod, Chandler and Lake! City 10 H 12 11-47 I and Roger Kelly with 14 and ceptlonally good game as they Teen Dance

a Jackson were consistently able BHS FO T T J 10 were the top scorers.In were'' without the services of Thursday Feb. 8 STARTS FEB. 21 THRU FEB., 27
Holi- ;
: to break inside the Bulldog Brown 6 1 13 the second game played] The ceramics program .Jimmy)< Ricks. Malachi Henry day Inn made a valiant, There will be a Teen Danceat I I'. ..
defenses for easy baskets. This McLeod 5 111'Thursday, Feb 8, Southern which has 'proved quite pop led the league leaders with 19 snap Oayle's Beauty Salon's the Old Armory, Friday SHOW TIME WEd. 7:30: ; TIIUUS.. 'IU.

I .'. I points while Steve Thomaswas winning, streak.ln---'o;; rt ;; night.. Feb. 18_-. immediatelyfollowing 3:00 AND 7:3i9AT()I; : 1:00: 4:30.:: 8:00;

.... high for Oem Jewelry with contest.At Cove basketball the game.Starke-Green SUN. 4i30! ANDt8',9.t| ; WON., TUES. 7:30:
8 paints the end of

IT'S EASY TO WRITE Saturday Andrews Feb.Drugs 10 handed, I play points, each The team game had was scored playedon 27 vide"The the Loved music Ones"until midnight.will pro- ADMISSION CHILDREN 50c ADULTS $f.OO) ".

Carp's Store Its first loss of County boys and
even terms
: RESULT-PRODUCING WANT/ ADS the season in a squeaker, game with neither! team 'ever the i girls ages 13 through 19 are I

... 30.Carp's 31-1 able to maintain a comfortable Invited to attend. FOP lira Firs! pee!

: I straight games winners, had of: their margin.Holiday Inn led after one FHA Loans Conifers Perfcrneces; .Popular Prints! ,i

Follow these simple rules ta( make your Want Ads bring better results. hands full as Andrews Drugs, quarter of play 11-9. As the J
S 'of
the end half
: trailing 19-17 at ended each team had 13 Help. Farmers
Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing; more than salesmanship in print the third quarter, outscored points.In D : -'. M:1 nor i iH ieaNlN

1 : ''t Carp's 14-11 in tht last quar- the ?"j! period. Oayle's In This AreaA
Write Want Ad in the
your same friendly style you use when telling. ter to pull out the victory. scored 6 1 p :nts to the Inn's 5

: friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.Doa't The win evened! Andrews to take n 19-18 lead. This total of $543,300 in loan I
.. Drugs Record to 2-2 whileCar'p's quarter would have ended ina
funds has been used In Ala
: is now 31. Eddie 'Haz- tie but Just as the buzzer
Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and Pound. chua, Bradford and Clay
Andrews sounded a foul committedand
a en was the big scorer (or was
a Surveys and studies prove that most Foolish: Drugs with 16 ,points,, the free shot was made Counties to support family
: Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good< common sense to eliminate with help from Danny Mc- for the one point lead. Administration since the Farmers Home
stand abbreviations. Hake It easy for unneeded words Kinney with 8 and from Want
your expanded four
: people to respond, to your ad Cissy with 7 points. outscored Oayle's 9-8 to send years ago, Albert
Ad, but make C.
sure don't ruin tha Stevens local
you the supervisor -
a don t keep them guessing with abbrevi Brian Johns with 16' points game into overtime. The I
: ations. effectiveness of your Want Ad by making and Malachi Henry with 14 Inn Keepers were unable to has for the rural credit agency,

It Incomplete Remember, you're not score in the overtime play and announced.
led Carp's in the losing effort.
:.. Pal Yourself In the Pr
you're inserting your ad to get results saw K."h's Drugs overpower game.
: Give full information and all the dotaiIn and make money. Making your ad too Gem Jewelry 4419. The game was won at the Currently, 115 farmers In I! +a.c..e j

a about what' you have to offer- short may save a few pennies that loso The lopsided score was a big" foul line as Oayle's hit on 11 Alaehua. Bradford, and Clay1 ,

: Describe your offering In benefIt terms you dollars results. surprise\ as there was only one of 21 attempts while HolidayInn < Counties are using the supervised -,
a tell prospects credit service of !the Farmers
why your offer point difference in their flratmeeul.lr. could make but 5 of 22 -
a satlskes their necda. Give sizes dimensions And It Is Easy To Order Your' AA. attempts. Diane Cox Home Administration.
Oray Flynn with 20 once
: capacity, condition, The supply of Farmer
advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will points and Eddie Blalock with again< took nigh scoring (honors ,
a And don't forget price! Want Ads Home Administration credit
a help you word your ad for beat possible 17. led Koch's attack. Steve with 25. Linda. Crews was
without price are 50% less effective: one behind with 24. which supplements the credit 1
results. All you do Is pick up your Thomas got 11 points for Gem
than ads with supplied by banks and other!
a price. telephone and they do the rest. Jewelry. The win for Koch's 'In the second !game sched- RODGERS-UAMMERSTEIN'S Ay t.
private credit j
a put them in a tie with'Carp' uled for the day Doyle E. sources is one di
of the
for 1st place.Standings Conner Ins picked its first measures recommended I ROBERT;.WISE 1
Only $1 For 15 Words : Carp's 3-1; win of !the season as Williams by vide President family farmers Johnson an to pro 4 $ of v ;r

Koch's 3-1 Andrews Drugs 2- Jewelry were unable to fieldS tunity to oppor- 1 T?
earn parity of In. 1
2, Oem Jewelry 0-4. players.In come. J '.

Schedule: Saturday Feb. 17, Monday's !fame Feb. 12. These loans have enabled I

TELEGRAPH K; ch'. vs Andrews 10 a. m.. Holiday Inn sot back on the farmers to keep going after I !
CLASSIFIED ADS Oem vs Carp's 11 a. m. winning track by downing natnral disaster '
or fail
: Tuesday Feb. 20. Andrewsvs Doyle' E Conner, 3314.< Doyle ,. crop sa: PLUMMER
a- Carp's 5 m. Conner ures.Farmers ANDREWSX'S.r V ,
GET RESULTS p. was never In the gameas Home 6 -I
Wednesday, Feb. 21, Koch'svs Holiday. Inn Jumped out toa loans can be Administration used to buy- RICHARD/ I ;_:: _: ,: : 'I ELEANOR PARKERaril 12

Oem 5 p. m.Tuesday 20-6 halftlme lead. land R.aaa.NN __
refinance debts acquire ROBERT WISE I RICHARD RODGERS\
Feb. 6 Holiday Inn was led by livestock and equipment, pay I t._. ___
PHONE 964.6305 The Celtics evened their Linda. "
Crews with 11 points fertilizer and fuel bills colon OSCAR HAMMERSTEINIIIERNESTLEHM.tYIYD : :
record 1-1 by downing the ,and Gloria Crews with 10. other and Unt ...-, -..>Tf'T.,...-...-......-+rMb YpMGIrTrr. owr,
pay expenses connected """"""""
Lakers 40-31. Kelly Richards __,...I.OO..L.. ." :aNI
was high for with acquiring Improving, and ,
r T '1"1141 Tflkw led i nt hnlfthne18.1114ntt Dovlo Conner! with B points. olwI'atl1\jf .farm IfT"V nIn
I, I> bass +.he4...iMt. in, I ho while Susan tfoowfln had. flvv IAAlUI& are matte! only to-( .



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' Patsy Hitchcock Named Cold Weather Advance Payments To Continue voluntary intoxication forfeit! Cora Allen disturbing the CHURCH Of GOD
:idd: ed bond of $27.60.' peace; forfeited bond of $27.60.
I Halts Rummy Crawford voluntary Agustua Rochester. Brown, 422 N. Clair St., Stark,
Yield GoGardening
.12 BUS Homemaker Of Tomorrow. ". :[Under 68 Commodity Programs ', intoxication forfeited bond qf I possession of stolen property, I Sunday School. 10 ..1Xl. Wof-
ship Service 11 a. m. and V
d $27.60. sentenced to seven days in jail. "
Of Berries ;
r feecauaa aha finished first In American Hortiertnikuri.;of J Tomorrow Advance,payments: I to: far Special provisions continueto John Carl Smith, leaving the John. Lamar DeVore, voluntary p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. tm
written ,( V. .-.- scene of an accident and mak- Intoxication, forfeited I i'rayer'Meetlns, Friday 7, p.
a knowledge and attitude program" mers participating in the feed be available! for small I $
examination for senior A state Hom m' *>arr'of' Tomorrow I S verafj. JTreeces and heavy grain program will be cmun-j: farms. If the farm has a feed ing an improper turn fined bond of $27.SO./ I II I Dl.-Rev. L. S Yrllilamspast-
Dec. ..trQ/s/:; oipjngIn quick/ succession court costs of $360. II I ur.
girts IB Patsy Hitchcockhas and. runner-up'will. be ( By B rvey /Rtarp. Ir4ltor: ued In 1908. grain ,base of 20 acres or less I
been named 1968 BettyOrocJ.er .selected from the! winners1 I of February have brought Lx- Agriculture Orvlll L. Freemanhas the diversion payment will beapprox'mll.tely Qeorge WUIia.nJames, driving !,
Florida AgrtoultaralUoaloa
I Bradford.. County straiwbeiry while under the Influence:
) HomtMttker state. The
Tomorrow the schools in fJ1. announced.' 20 cent of I. II II"ONE"
for Bradford County High state winner win celve fe 91- poduc&: Qi>,, almost to a stand pantal To, obtain an advance payment the total local support\ per times. of beer driving'on wrong Bide
- still. of road resisting arrest forfeited I PLAN PROTECTION I''
School. COO college scholarship>> anil her -
Roses and mother-ln haws farmers
apply at
may first 20
Bat> Allen manager of the the yield on the, per bonds totaling 5292.50.. ; *.
Miss Hitchcock's achievement school will be awarded
"i complete are often sticky .u IIects. But the time they sign up to participate cent of''the base: and at the
Stark* ,' tae! Farmera Marke.t.says' John Wayne .Underhill, reckless -
baa made her eligible for state set of BncycJopedJa.Brltanntea. for
national that volume will remain remember, without either in the program. The regular 48 per cent, rate on the driving fined $3760. everythingLife
and and also earned scholarship her a specially awards The Betty Crocker Homemaker light/ tyr ;M toast another threeto this would be a dull- drab filgnup began February 5 and remaining acreage d1I.erted to Mos Daniels, u n 1 awf u 1 I,

designed silver charm from of Tomorrow from this four w.eks before heavyshipment's world. will continue through.. March conserving uses. speed forfeited bond. _of $62.8)). Health Home Car
resumed. Often both have to. be han. As In 1987' with i iI.
I General Mllli: sponsor of the state, together with U>oae from are 16.Leaton producers
dled with "gloved hands, but Morgan Jr. Chairman
Betty Crocker Search for the all other states and the Dlatrkw Win,:,ti:: Qrizeard represent ? corn b6.sesliP to 125 acres ,
Inc., of If they are treated properly Agricultural! Stabliza- I
% Foods will have the option in 1068 of I. ,." .. all
I Lake, the firm that is both will) bring you enjoymentto tlon and Conservation County temporarily reducing their through one

t. I marketing/ berries produced by home and the garden. Committee, explains that the bases to'25 acres and being i
the $. operative.) lift the market this subject than domestic affairs. far cent of the feed grain' visions. tinier:: these circumstances .
we.c.ltaUna! \ that he would return here are a few tips on roses. acreage diversion payments.I feed. grains cannot! be
ONE WORD ;u ,' :i i 14 abput' three weeks. However you might keep In Advance: payments. w"l! not be planted on the ,farm if the PLAN
I I mind that a dozen roses anda made on feed !grain pricesuP'j grower Is to remain eligible .

ABOUT v : of !Oo'.mblft" each accompanied few kind words often soften port payments. for program benefits. i
the damage of domestic tiff.: iI r CHECK
vtMONEY by a school advisor will a Under the feed gram pro- I U. .
: Join ,In\expense. paid educational I Roses come in (.wo main grain, diversion payments:: on Court homo protection at
tYv ..toyr of Colonial WilliaraslMirg classes; dormant [bare roots! the larger farms wUl be made Mayor's less cost withHomeowners < I
and container The dormant SAVE TIME:
Va and Washington I Ip grown. an acreage withheld from corn (
rose plants are graded Twelve persons were found Policy (AND MONEY, TOO)
C production above the qualifying -
nejtf!!!>[ spring.
+ number 1, number IVi and 20 per cent of thebase.. ,(guilty and either fined!! for-i I Contact ma today! I iA CALL
number 2 parsed, pn glze and This additional':! diversion may felted bonds, or placed on proof| ...
'TIJB J&IpHT POINT for the and number of canes. Grade; total up to 50 per cent of the ballon In Starke Mayor's Mi1RRITT

r ')11.tvrlte.. Come In number 1 Is best.Containergrown. base or 23 acres.whichever is :Court before Mayor Carl Hurst I' 1 WILLIAMSiRN BILL POWELL
way Tuesday night:
cose plantsare larger. The diversion payment I
e and ,sehigt I your ,favorlH" ES- "Florida. Fancy No. 1," rate per acre will be 45 per Raymond T. Williams, escapee i'' 117 I Ileer" : .
(Phil n 96I-AIC4 I 401 W. Madison St.
and "Flerida Fancy No.2. cent of the total local price' from NE Florida Hospital t N WALNUT ,
TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEGRAPH. Plants which do not conform: support f county loan rate plus : in Maeolonny, picked up Starke Florida
r s, to standard tor-one ot these the price-support\ payment! by Starke police and returned STREET I ,

'grades! are not eligible for any' times the yield.'The total local to custody I PHONE I Il INSURANCE by NATIONWIDE
Florida grade' label. The best price} support In all Flor- Charles David Odom volun- I
!. TIM "Ir..lt l r.nr Of The. quality rose plant obtainable, Ma counties Is $152 per bushel tary Intoxication* placed on l I NATIONWIDE
*I "raSr'' Klxblh: Judlrlal ''
Is a "Florida'Fancy'- contain probation for 30 days
Florida la gad Par BrntUor for corn.] for the larger NATIONWIDE
County. er-grown plant with Rosa for- ,' diversion Wiley William Eastwood! Jr..
t".. 1'1.' .... tunlana rootstock.For farms no !payment voluntary Intoxication: foi'felt. fir*tod CtKulty CompwiyMM NATIONWIDE). I LIFE INSURANCE CO.
BERNICE HARIUS Plain- will be made on the. quallfyng OlfteM OMmUwto*Wlwh
HOBUHT t-KM flAk those who lack a defin ed bond of $27.60.) ,
tiff. -v. 2C petcent..
hcme office
RfS, E> fnriant. ite green: thumb. try the. potted Wiley William Eastwood Sr.,I I, : Columbus!'!, Ohio
To. ,,1t0I1iFkT' L.BB HARRIS stock as 'these plants are '
AcUlri-wt And ItuHlrtemie, Unknown almost sure to live.
Varieties. to plant can be'a,
You Are |1I..y.1\fotlfl.' tAut
an action for Divorce. has,,, been problem. Old-fashioned favorites .
flied -apln.t you and you ..rrequired have advantages over the
surest way to make money is to save! Be to nerve.u copy of newcomers. These Include such

Secure open a Savings Account( at .our' Full toult pn written. Hu*e.ne d..t.n.F. Shaw. any Attorney roses as Louis Phjlltppe. Sum- PIXIE SHOPNEW

Service Bank, where you can take care of all your .<.for' 14 Plaintiff* W. Call, whoa\ Street: ..ddraim mer Sunshine Mothersdayand
Banking Needs. Money doesn't grow entrees, it 9tarkef' Florida. and file the oriKlnal Queen Elizabeth.'
I with the Clerk of the Site
will here.FULL .
grow above styled Court on or before .
, Mar oh'15, 1988 : otherwUe a Plant roses for cut flowers t
SERVICE BANKINGHOME <; judgments may. be. entered In a separate cutting garden,

against in you the for the Complaint relief demanded or-' because they ire tar 'from LOCATION NEW MANAGER NEW\ MERCHANDISEBY
OWNED HOME OPERATED 1'.tlllon. 'J .I handsome If not pruned properly --
WITMIMS my hand and thaval covered most of the time
of Hald Court on February11th. ( OLD ALVAREZ STORE)
196H. I with protective: fungicides and
The Community State Bank; <(
OHAR.I.K8 A.. DARBY Select a site In a sunny lo- 16-9:00
OF STARKE By Bnuluh M. Moody cation. In the event the bed :
An I>aputy OlcrkPlrnt Is located' near large plants,

MEMBER F. D. I. C. 15, toes.. Publication: February protect the rose bushes from,
J/1S 4t 3-7 marauding' roots with a sheetof ,
metal roofing buried verti- "'' SO PRETTY AND ( r

cally along the side of the bed. FEMININE IN f
I Prepare the planting site %S FLATTERING SHAPES
prior to securing: the rose
;;; bushes. If the soil la loose.
3,01 Drive-In light and sandy remove it toa !

depth of IS Inches and replace ,,r, eke. 4)r)
with compost': rotted. i
leaves manure anji; rich ham- Spring'sNew
SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN '. mock soil. For best growth' be c1 % 1
r sure the replaced material !10 .. j LADIES SPRING HATS

FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY FEB. 16, 17, 18 In quite south acid.Florida Many contain sandy soils too I i! -' If iii,l, START AT $11 OAUP
j jAA'Igt
much lime for best rose pro- ., .
ADMISSION $1.00 of
duction say University
Florida rose specialists. : Dresses

Choose an overcast day. for ... ? ALL THE NEW
f f f f f r planting. First check the plant 1 Q STYLES FOR
carefully and cut back bush ,, SPRINGBLCUSES
to four or five eyes. Trim off
YOUU( EVER S HIS all broken roots. \
K UK, Be sure the planting holes g
? are large enough to accom ,
A pRAMATIC IrollljBsLMe, modate the roots without a" t Prices Start "'
About sal People + crowding. In the bottom of

: k ate; lOVf A flits *" th. A.a.u lie .. each, hole drop a handful of 4 : CIIILDRENS $ AT

: garden fertilizer and cover { I CA
lightly with top soil. Dip the i'L Easter Dresses
roots of each plant In a buc- '
a ket of water just before plant- 1- 3.99 $1| 99

Ing. Insert the new bush so 1 up
x that the root system. will
stand at the same level thatIt 1
- ) Spring And Easter
stool: In the nursery row. : FISHNET
With a slow stream of water
from a hose work the sail(
A Tie"NeshAas'Futs4fUft! about the roots filling the I MJxflSHOES\ HOSE
kax hole to the ground level. Pack
+ qtr; Aersol+ W Eiltrll D/1Wll firmly and put a saucer of j, YELLOW, ORANGE) GREEN. WHITE
golrii Mua IAtt..iatcl i tfa q AAI.ueefarb earth about the plant to hold t# AND BLACK PATTERNS C

VOle// ,. r t Mp Aj, water. '
A trtl+td e fef testy I, t When the rose bushes beginto PIXIE PRICES 44
leaf out out START AT
keep an eye 1 ( ,
for diseases such black spot
e e brown canker and powdery
mildew. Insect pesto that may $199
/ harm the bushes will Include ;
I IFQWN aphid, thrips, pumpkin bugs
cottony-cushion scale and red r

spider mites. I ';;,,, Spring! Bags All Colors
Your county agricultural i I
$ / FOA THE'I'IAST' T1IE agent win be your best sourceof Bursting .in on the f' 'h. Prices Start At $X1.QQWWATCHUOUT .

ON"ANy CYtF. information on controlling spring scene '
these Insects and dlsea e..'Ask dres&c
.v. keeer him for :Bulletin 180A "Roses prettiest group'of
ise AsyfNN iJte .
sea under the sqnj t If'u ''
in Florida.
like looking pretty, ', *

OatIlsfDlC JS"I"P1ff" & you'll love them. See '" il .

., for yourself! w.
Located en BaftM 4'Ic
f vt 'Bft :J39Ut R l1or-t Rose PRICES ', F

IiQ 'hool.t fSR 161. .4.fiervlcto.: m. : 14004.HtuulJMjrntnfj START AT i ro '

Worship, It .. m -

TtBlnlnf! Cnlpn. t:3d< :: p m' $]99 j

l too A Cr.nn .Servloe. 730.M1dReek ; -
NATURAI BIRTNI) 1 \ Prayer Service, VTeAnedty. *-

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I' i io t' Prices I Start t : + J
Carlton Howard I I Sunday Sohool. C a. m. !
Mornlna Worship 11 .. m., .
1 NOTED mCX COMMIMTATCa: : training Union 6i30 p. m.i iBvoninc : fl :+. at $2'"
3;rvlce, 7:30. Rev.Lacy. ., a

e : Conwa pastor. .,I,

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Section 1 Page Six BRADFORD COUNTY TBLJCQBAPn.!: IJT.ut.ItID."n.oamA! THURSDAY FED. 15.. 1968
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I I'f
r Aided of all with a ruling that read. NOTICE.,.or TBNTIOV: of Florida.. who will luftue a
'f 7,725 Rural Homeowners TO CORPORATIONS! Proclamation at that time dissolving
"When two motor vehicles UIHNOLVK mild oorl"rallonl.tlltADFORD .

Crosby Lake Cemetery Fund FHA /In. Three CountiesMore meet at an Intersection. each the Notloa_ provlilofm Is hereby of Section given 608.36.1'lorId under. COUNT
By, shall to full stop
one come a Statute* to each': of thecorporations Southern Oil ft Chemical Co.,
and neither shall proceed Until fluted below the Inc. liro<>k..r. P1*.
than. 1.125 rural residents to individual families. ame' bvinff Incorporated under Htar-Ilul Inc., BUrke, Fla.
Total Now Stands At $874Only The construction that took the other has gone. the lawn, of Florida and atrorcllnir Eitarke Numlntr Homo Inc.,
In Alachua Bradford There are plently of, others, to the records ot the Starke FI....
i and, Clay"Counties have new place as a part of this credit not only concerning traffic, Florida. Revenue Commission It I... further dIrected that "aropy
each and !
or 'vastly Improved homes as a program provided 5.350 man- but many other ..ubJecta.Wouldn.t appears delinquent every auch for corporation one (1) of thin nut Ire l h., publlHlivd)..
result of. $267,490 In insured days of employment for local It be a good idea to or more year In the flllntc of one time In the Biadfttrd ( ".-
$126 needed to reach the goal 1 of loan funds advanced through carpenters' plumbers! electricIans report and payment of tuxex ty Telegraph a imwxpapi-r puhllHhed In-
review all laws and eliminate under the provisions of Section In Starke. Florida
$1,000 Please send contributions to < the Farmers Home Administration and masons.In those that are outmoded and 808.13 Florida Statutes. and which county listed thu home corporationsare office, of

I in the past two years. addition the housing not enforcable? that under.the proulslonn! of the shown above tobe- located.ShIAL .
'Mrs. John Simpson, 206 S. Water St., Approximately $130,000 was funds circulating through the aid .Section said corporations 808.38. Plot-Ida have Statutes ( )

Starke Florida. advanced In 1967. counties gave the local econ BETHEL BAPTIST CHCBCF been. claiaed. a. mibjvct to dl...- IN WITNEHM WHEREOF. I
'The a 1982.430 boost. solution and that irlxty ((80)) have .wt my hand and c""M..1the ,
rural housing program omy days. after date of thin publication dreut Hual of Florida' to bo
was when President loans are made to applicants Morning Worship, 11 a. m Hated below that ha not In the Capitol thin the 2nd day of
Name ______.____________________ Amt. $_ _____ as a part of unable to obtain credit meantime lied It. reports due. February... A. n, 1HH8.
Johnson's efforts to strengthenrural Evening Worship. ':30 p. m anil .paid 1 the tax.* due under, FLORIDA REVENUE COMMIS
America the financing elsewhere. The pronram!! Is Prayer Meeting.' 7::10 p m the provlnlunn> of Hoctlon 808.83 SION.
Florida' Statute. will he certified J. Ed: Straughn, Director
of the loans switched from tailored to individual needs
Addiess _______.,_.01____________-:._____________ was accompanied by Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes to the dovernor of the State 1t
federal to private funds.. and loans are ters pastor.
Practically all of the rural technical assistance from the
I housing loan funds now come Alachua Bradford and Clay HOPE BAPTIST CUUBCIl
-----..------..-.-.-.--.--.---- ..---.----- 'I Sgt. Hardenbrook Cited front ,private source on an insured Counties Office located In the Highway 100 at TbrrrM J FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK

basis. Executive Building 412 N. E. Sunday: School 10 a. m.

All of the amount loaned 16th Avenue. 11
Morning> Worship a. m.
Sergeant First !IClamt. Donald N. Hardvnbrouh. of Route> 2.Starke. Lt n" help you, (ft your car In perfect mechanical condition
Contributions to the Crosby Lake Cemetery Fund were during the past two years went Training Union-8:30: p. m.
was recently presented with the Army Commendation: Wfore" the new
ri-ccUed' during) the past wreli from: Mr and Mr*. E. L.'Blgg*, Evening Worship -. 7:15:
Modal* "by Colonel John W. Irving (right), commanding officerof .
Ga Mrs. ;
Ala. 1\ln. Nina Andrews. Decatur ;
liirnilngliiun. ; STATE INSPECTION LAW
New Cumberland Army Depot. Along with the Commendation the'city a ,bell. horn or siren scenery. [131 In the event a Wednesday. Night y ayer
tVln. Mrs. Lois Scott
Murthu Powell :MrLane Irvcn Bay ;
Medal SVC Hardenbrook received hl8 certificate of :retirement would have to be continually horse refuses to pass a car !Services! 7:30: p. m. Rev. .
( iroiner' Dundee Flu.; Mrs. Jim McGee Reno Nev.t Mrs.Jcbti must his Goes Into effect We will Inspect lights, horn brake'*,
and certificate 20 sounded. the owner remove Merle Fackham. pastor.Adjustable .
of appreciation after serving over
A.. Norvworthy, Luke Santa Fe: MrH.\ BeM Burns, Mrs. A Tennessee l law required car and conceal It in the tire,, chocks at no cost to you Drhe In today Noobligation.
:year. on.active duty file wife* Ol<- ta win present for the I
Tlnrl: Scnrlngr. Mlwt Lillian' Stump and Mrs. J. H. Fields all ceremony. every motorist ,planning a. bushes.

of Stiirke. drive to take an advertisement New Hampshire producedthe Vinyl Book
in local at least most hilarious reputation Cover. All sizes SO cento M.it .
trlans and livestock. lighted'' lantern attached.In one week in advance giving -

TOO LATE never been removed from the S It appears that just about I Lakeland It Is against the the route he ,proposed to THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
I books. laws that apparently every community or state had I.. law for a motor vehicle to be travel.In NOTICE. CHICKEN FARMERSDO

seemed sensible and practical Its own ideas about necessary left standing on the highwayunless Pennsylvania the Farm FRONT END AlIGNMENT Dunlop toot Line Full 4PlyTlreH

TO CLASSIFYBy when passed, but which today legislation to regulate automotive It is substantially fast errs Anti-Automobile Society I YOU NEED (Most American Cars) let Tire Reg. l'riceSet
are mirth provoking and if transportation. ened. high pressured the legislature Tow In Tow Out and 2nd Tire % Price plus Fed.

Russell KayNobody any attempt were made to enforce ;Rr.example. a law student I In Eureka. Kans. an old law' into passing the following regulations -i '*" SAWDUST AND Correct Caster and Camber Tax & Hales Tax and Trade

knows how many them would create chaos. In,Miami:discovered, that it 1 Is stipulates that before anyone.. : [Ill] Automobiles Bat. 2 Front Tire In Off Your {$Car -
zany laws we have in the fifty Most of them were enactedIn illegal proceed down Fl .gler'' in traveling on.country roads at *. SHAVINGSFOR Farts anti Labor Extra: If Blackwall or Whlteuull
can enter the city limits an
states, dealing with Just about the early days of,the automobile Street' at night In a motor I night,must send up a i rocket NeededOHIY
every subject under the sun. and were intended ,to vehicle UX1 esa.proceeded by a I automobile. he must telephone I every mile then wait 10 minutes YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES BUY 2 TIRES

but there are thousands of protect and safeguard the lighted'.lantern, at least eight the sheriff and warn him sc. for the road to clear. 121 FOR IMMEDIATE $888FIRESTONE SAVE 25%
them. never repealed and still public from the dangerous ,feet In front.of the vehicle.! that people's horses may be, If a driver sees a team of I DELIVERY CALL

i>>>n the books.A motor vehicles that were appearing The' motorist apparently hada properly restrained.In horses. he is to pull over to LINDBERG HENRY
recent Issue of Ford on our high-ways at choice of either hiring some: Oxnard Cal. the drivci the side of the road and cover A & A SUPPLY
'Times carried! an article by th" turn of the century. Vehicles .one to walk ahead with alighted would have to wait for a police .. his machine with a blanket or
752.7305 LAKE CITY
Starke Madison
Dick Hyman entitled "It's Still that traveled,at'breakneck lantern. or attach a 10. escort before entering thE, dust cover that has been 312 W.

TIle Law" revealing numerous speeds of 15 to 20 ,miles foot pole to Ws car with a city and while driving through L painted to :blend.with' the I

inhmnrled-___ n laws_.. which have ana:!! hour endangered pedes- .
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I USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned :

If you find your name\ among the Classified Ads, Gulf Service name brands$15 to up.choose 10 different from.

come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO USED PARTS Parts A excellent repairs aM.
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top Price for Wrecked !Car 712 N. Mlin Gainesville .
24 Hour Wrecker Service)
I 3T6-711O. If elkS
Theatre Passes In. I Fuel Oil -

SOt N. Waldo

r StIES 110 Lemon St.; Palatka POLICY
U. t. 1* ward _____.t.; 0RNrh i Furniture Repaired For Mobile Homes

__ word .*.* IB _...? Upholstered &: Refinished I CONWAY That STERO CONSOLE

paid. la edvear.UMORIALS ___=_" I I month-old beautiful Stereo
Inner prlngs rentals. But
rrJ, ._i.S ____ _.>.. RKSOM per:. !...1.''UOlUa and Box Springs Charter. Keep your partyto- George E. LaRue Console.changer.like new.speed Balance due record -

) .TH.t.I'I'K.' Drop Us A Card or Call gether -charter a boa. Phone I $68. or $8 per month. Also

BO .CARD....*.. o.Of'!_. --i- .*a." PALATKA EA 8-9188 PH4-60GO. tfchgINSURANCE INSURANCE AGENCY( good, buy on COLOR TELE
I .r4 ... BO ., ...01 I Keystone Hts.
Knell: w o" r ; MBS. PEGOY SntALLEB 473-4692 : VISION. Phone COLLECT

S 800 E. Adklns St. AT REDUCED RATES Jacksonville 353-1943. anytime

SILVER SANDS LAKE Stands. Agent AUTO: FIRE. BOAT STARTING new classes for ; ask, for Credit Manager

$2.700 to $3.500, DOYLE E. CONNER our late comers. Tap. Ballet, Will deliver no obligation. A-

GATOR BONE LAKE I INSCRANJCH AGENCY Aero. etc. Ph. 944-7098. tfcha 1 Warehouse. 1608 Main St..

I p $3.575 to $1.275 tfchif> I Jacksonville. Fla. 4tchg 229:

See S. E; McKay
Adult Education classes. Elementary

P 473-4740 or 473-41W ; 964-6150.
rhoneni 473-4818 MOORK: BOAT FOR i Phone 961-5341< or

riii1L'' 1 I Deep & Shallow Wells YOUR MONEY I Itchf

I James V. Crosby 1 j Water Softeners & Filters Starke Ph. 804-5791'


Portables / room ready 1 for% bath.occupancy.Seated. 8:I t bed-just Phone 964-7061 20 hp. with Electric MOTOR GRADER

Big Shipment Remington TOOLS AND outside of city limits In I DURRANCE PUMI'AND \ Starter Rer. $535.00 now 25-TON CRANE

Flnebreeze. Easy monthly TEWR1T4iR RENTALS: SUPPLY CO. I,. 1330.00 DRAG LINE, '/ YD.Ditches .
LADDERSFOR terms. Longohamp Const Co. L>ey. week, or month.-Brad- .i!
Just Received Contact Bufovd Mitchell. ford County Telegraph. Phone TilL. RIGHT POINT" for the
tf FOR iRENT unfurnished 31 S
RENT pone 964-6853. P. O. Box way you write. Come In bedrom house. Convenient to
233 Starke. tfcht and select your favorite E3-
i 3.bedroom home In the coun shopping area. $65 per. mo.I
THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- TERBROOK fountain pen. Dug
try. Priced to sell. 417 W. Call St. Call 475-5278 i
SALE DID YOU KNOW It's easy to tifully engraved la gold or 2 bedroom home In the city.: SPECIALIZING In sales of Long Distance. tfchg I Lots ClearedFill
silver. for box of 25, Including
own a. Longehamp Home? $1.25
Remington "TenForty"Featured PRICE Must sacrifice. Real Eafata and In appraisals
Bradford I J. EatenJOHiSON'S I Dirt
liv- envelopes. George
Better built for Florida 235 acres. Partially Improved. for estates corporate .and Individual
ing. Your plans or oura County Telegraph. REAL ESTATE owners. 30 years experience STORE.!: Waldo.' .

in Full Page Ad in LIFE Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- REDUCE: safe. simple and BUY- SELLTRADE In Florida, land mat- Fla.. New and nearly new la
zine llaga7650 ford Mitchell phone 964- fast with Oobese Tablets. On- BILL POWELL.Real ters. A. J. Thomas, Licensed dies', mens' end chUdrens*'I R. E. 'Bob'Daley

6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke. ly 98c. Kooh's Drug,'tl8t\' \ 2123 Estate Real Estate Broker Starke clothes, and shoes very cheap.
S tfcig: Fla. Tel. 994-5701. tfchg
-. Plus Tax 8tp 3128
NO. 600 FLORIDA I'ARMIXlnt. 404 W. Madlscn St.
YOUR BEST BARGAIN AD- 80-acre farm 40 acres FOR SALE 3
: : Phones: Off. 9646484WE bedroom, 2
I lILT BASIC AND GENERAL improved pasture. 40. wooded MASONRYMATERIALS bath ''concrete block: ,home In
,.- --. EDUCATION CLASSES. ENROLL [young pine.1.2 deep:wells. BUY used furniture, appliances Saratoga Heights. Phone 964-

A beautiful machine: in bandsome'zipper case Has tabulator I NOW. ELEMENTARY fenced cross fenced.: Fthe 60' or anything of value. 7369 or 864-5859: after 5 p. in.tfchg. 117 South 3rd St.

and many other features of higher.priced machines -,Choiceof AND SECONDARY. Phone barn. Sturdy cement block Dahmers Discount House. 961.
oyster white or turquoise. -, 961-5344 or 964-6150. Itchg ranch: 7 rD1$.. 4 brms-*>ath. 7923. tfchg Ready Mix Concrete, Con- Palatka, Fla.

NEW MOBILE HOMES.: Chic- Oas! heat. Panelled L, R.w- CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS crete Block,, Sand. Rook PATNTINO Exterior or interlor. Phone 325-3496

kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. fireplace. Ideal locationneartown. LEFT UNCLAIMED Cement. Mortar Steel! Oyster estimate.. Minor house repa.lra.Free .
schools. 'colle 'e. A Family Prompt service.
Clemson. ''Layton travel trailers Hoof
SEWING: MACHINES: We I Stall. Lbnerook. Phone 473-4878 atctig 222 FOR SALE 21'cu. free7.er.CaU .
SALE I Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. Man's -Farm; 33500. have two 1968 Dial-O-Matlc: Gravel Freoaat IJatota and 633-2066 after 6 or weekends -

Remington "Streamliner"List PRICE I Buy. sell, trade. Year bank financing Terms. ltry-rarm. Zig Zaga that have never been Window Sill. Everything CARBVS! FLORIDA" TRADERS tfchg
: free net up and de. No. 635-20 acre po used.They were Christmas lay : Antiques bought and
I livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER 4 bldgs. 3 bedroom CBS home. aways. never picked up. Customers for Sfosonry Ponatnaetloa. sold.' Top cash paid for Fine 2 LOTS -crystal Homesltes.

Price $58.00 MART. INC., 6912 Blanding, On U. S/ Hwy. $24.760.) Terms. left area. You can have, FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 17 Each lot 100 x 183. Lake front
5250 Jax. 771-8778. tfchff No. 636-(Fla. Ret. farm. CBS these machines for the balance Green Cove> Springs Blanding privileges. 'For sale or trade

: Outstanding: Value Among the Lower Priced FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration home room., 414 3 :miles bedrooms.town. $11,500.dining of. $47 each. Cash or I Bradford Blv-d Orange Park. tfchg for car. Ph. 984-6215 2tc.h'l''r

1 Portables. Plus Tax Service. Home and Good terms. terms. Phone COLLECT Jack-.. FOR SALE2 bedroom house. FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnished -

Commercial. Phone 473-3090- STROUT RJQALfTY! sonville.for Credit 393-1946 Manager.anytime.Ask Will I; Engineering Co. 614 West Adklns St. Phone house with furnished
P. O Box 19. Keystone. tfchg 2117 N. Temple Ave., 064-5799. Up rental cottage on same lot.
Starke 3'i.. deliver no obligation.Stchg ,I Phone Starke I Located 1 block from BHS
VALID REASONS for selling 2 28
(904) 964-6609 FOR SALE 4 lots 6 miles and Starke Elementary
THIS WEEKEND ONLY $10 OFF this hen farm glossing $16,000net ,
FOR RENT 3 bedroom cottage -.l 9645403FOR South of Starke. Reasonable. School Rental unit would
last year. Modern home. FOR REW1'.Offtce space ap- furnished Phone) days M4-S8O1> : even- make payment if financed.
attractively on
ON ANY SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC truck and tractor. A. J. prox. 810,eq. ft- 120 Lawrence Kingsley Lake round Ingg 468-1147. Ztchg 222' Contact Louise Renner, 633
Thomas. Realtor Starke Fla. Blvd.. Keystone.:-Apply Key- I s.A.LE1960 Chevy Bls-
McMahone. Ph. 964-6279.
PORTABLE OR '250' OFFICE MACHINE5BT Tel. 964-5701. Itchg stone Cleaners for key and Fuel and gas, heat. all modern cayne. Contact: Mr*. Charlie FOR RENT -1 bedroom furn-
conveniences. Mrs. J. W
details. 2tp alls Wade. 964-7121. lip ished apartment. for couple.
HOUSE. FOR RENT: 3 BR. Klncald.: 964-7331. tfchfl! Also 2 bedroom unfurnished

LR. Kitchen. Family Room, 67 V. W. Squareback. Small FOR SALE by owner 1963:, FOR RENT-2 bedroom mobile -. house In surburba. W. H. Noll- FOR SALE: 1 circulatingroom
fcnced-ln equity and assume low pay : home. furnished. Phone heater. kitchen sink
large storage room Ford Oalx. 4 dr. Radio. Air man. 510 N. Cherry. tfchg
backyard. at 610 Plnewood. ments. Phone 964-6508 after : 964-7498. tfchg and metal cabinets. Phone

:1 ::::: TELEGRAPH Call NEWLY. 964-6329.DECORATED 2 Itchg bedroom Ervin 3pm Andrewa Up! 'Cond.dillon Dempsey, -Auto.1295.Motel.Trans.L.Phone A-I O. Dan con-964.' .1 !FOR. RENT 1 BR Apt.Modern Central, furnished. heat.- at LOSE Dex-A-Dlet Mitchell WEIGHT Drugs.Tablet safely Only 4tp>'With 98c 317: 964-7679.COMPLETE HOUSE full tfchg of

: 7591. 2tp 2'1ft$179S.0 $45 & utilities. No children or furniture. with dishes. gas
house in 3
STARLING FARM Supply :I pets. Call 964-6229. tfcha MAKE $3& UP dally on Food stove refrigerator 2 bedroom
blocks from new elemental Wilson fi Fertilizer. () ,
Organ used -' Route. Man or woman, part sets sofa, chairs. odds and
"school. $50 month. Call Mrs. Insecticides. F. R. M. Feeds. few months for only $1195.00. -.I' WILL CARE for children in of full time. Write Mel Heath, ends, for 19995. Ph. 964-79-

I Roy p. Glover Hampton 468- I Cornell Keystone- KtedA. 318 Phone 964-7923. Dohmert. I my home day or night. Phone Box 276. Dcfioto SU. Memphlo. 23. Dahmers Discount HOOMJ.

.1279 after S p. m. Uchg E. Brownie lip Discount House. cbj: I 964-7770. Stp 2123. Tenn. lip -_ thaw


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..-!! FEB 15. 1968 BTtAPFQKT COTTWTT TELKdRAm.!:' STARKB.! FLORIDA Section t-A, Page 1

Apathy And IndifferenceAre are normal l and you have to ., '

expect> It. Tell him that ho 1 Ii HrAtUSMIO 104Bodcocixb

II Twin Threats To Country Indignant.responsible and he become I A III

i 'rCl.
Ask him to write his Congressman fURNITURE and I
I By Russell Kay ready to !'blame since they are and he says' "Nuts,, APPLIANCE'i

A reader writes to complainthat I only "doing what comes I might Just as well write) the .'t,, I the Finest 'in 'television' be sure< to see these new )

I am continually pickingon natural." dog catcher for all the good It 1968 Models from Admiral. Come in today and Save on p I

our noble politician .and, He points out that the real wouJd do. Why should I slid j 8 aura &wqes&Aohr i I these Big screen Television

bureaucrats, when khey are nol culprits are you and me. The my neck out, I might want to' sits.I\
average Joe Citizen whose ask the guy for a favor some.
apathy and disinterest In the time."
I welfare of ,the country is directly Well I must agree heartily I Wherein we note the long rbe eldest son Wayne such a l T"-- crweuun i

1 12 Wiles I responsible for what !la with my critic. I admit that I days! and winter will soon >. hanrdtsome good young man attends I

happening to it. most of our ills today are the< gone I hear Spring birds sine college In Jacksonville

Custom Made Take crime and rioting. He responsibility of the averageJoe and rejoice( \ with each new, and boards with his dear aunt
laYs the average citizen will Citizen. He has become disillusioned dawn. Mrs.'Irene Padgett I have

For, Florida Living stand. by and see a fellow citi- and just naturally: The house Is old the trees, nice letters from Irene, who !3611 r -' ISMTv'r
zen beaten up and robbed and doesn't care anymore. He 1 Is are bare. has moved to the city. Many
Get MoreNo
YO U I won't even bother to call the content to accept the situation And moonless bends the misty more of course. I love. One
police. as it la until something hap. dome darling girl I loved so much

Salaried or Commissioned I We contend we are for "law pens to him personally, then But what on earth Is half sx I I was Gladys] Carter. I have Y4

EmployeesDAD and order" but we accept' the he stands up on his hlndlegri dear, stayed all night several times
I charges of "police' brutality" and screams "Why doesn't COMPACT PORTABLE
So longed for as the heart I at the home of her father 0
&BRAD LARSEN as Justified and look on the somebody do something?" forgetting of home? Henry. She Is married now 70 f BIG SCREEN dnRr"' COLOR TV f

LIKE TO WORK I cops or the fuzz as worse than that he was the guy Emily Bronte and has a lovely home' near CONSOLE COLOR TV 18" diagonally m_.......
the criminals they try to con- who used to say, "What's the< .. DOWNDELIVERS e 23" Picture tub
Hill which schoolis .
These wllnter days with I I Clay School ... diagonally tnoaiurodwido /
YOU Benefit! trol.Half use? flying and wind sweepIng now vacant. .... angle picture tub. Electronic, Color aalanc.r.EI.ctnnic ...
Circuit Brooke
of us never bother to "'""" Color, Balancer.Prolet .
go to the polls and vote in an :.,Fr'. x. ... down the street. I am sc Jello Marshmallow Salad: 1 I YOUR CHOICE fine Tuning J. D.magnalrineGreuit I

All Sizes on Display election. We are entirely satisfied I thankful for my cottage. Yes. package of raspberry Jello, PORTABLE LIBERAL Walnut grained V.n..",. ) $45995 wirk ,
I that we have the "right to I own it and since I was a dissolve In one cup hot water, TV and STAND TRADE-IN shad
8-10-12() !Wide I
vote" and see no advantage in an WAC in War II and now draw then add 314 cup cold water. n.WNd:, "*'""* $i Q9sntIf AUOWANCEJ \S5999S ._,
1 y, Baths I exempt from 'stir In of .... _
putting ourselves out to exercise I a pension. am Now one can prepared B T -
b I ....... -
T ik '
and Expandable] the privilege. # taxes in this: state of Indiana. cherry pie mix) Then ....,....< *,'" R
When our taxes are raisedwe I feel like people here must add 1 cup of miniature. marshmallows ........_,.....4. $2.50 A WEEK =if,;i "'..

scream to high heaven but I appreciate what we did during Chill. Good I
New and Used we overlook the fact that the I the war to give us this priv HELPFUL HINTS: To TestA I ..,' ." u f I' t I I :t I I 1SM

body that raised the ,taxes was ilege. So my heart Is continually Cake To See If Done, Use ;;:: ., ;' l'

8-Yr. financing available] voted in office because we I .glad and so thankful for An Uncooked Strand Of Spaghetti ..... 1 'l I ..- ... I I ILL. _
failed to cast pur vote or made 1, MAgner 1 I so many blessings. I am so Or A Tooth Pick Will Also '
t +
Use Our Rental-Pur- any effort to check on their 'I glad that I am now getting Ic). If children gets a spotof )it;,(i;, 'j, 'f INSTANT PLAY

philosophy of government. t { over the chock and sorrow of blood nice sheet BIG
chase .Plan-Payments on your 53S s ter SCREEN TV ,
, Under The -average citizen today I, my husband's tragic death from nose bleed try using the AMI fM/fM STEREO l ff hlhg-xl 22" diagonally measured 40AT
$50 Per Month to feel that I
seems governmentIs that
. and having been through 3 per cent hydrogen peroxideon a-.k.r. "'" M.ussrd 1251 Picture Tub
I none of his concern. He contends I awful time, moving to this the spot. Put a wash ragunder .7a":.r::, ',:::: 529995 :Picture 1 : "illlerI' ,
that no matter who .... $ 2 ,
. you state from Nebraska and my the .pot then rub the :.= .dNN $229 sp.ok.n 522995
the will turn out Walnut. Grained ftnhh
for. guy i home at the mortuary now I
I top -w th a facial tissue wet
lOW I I v ;
to be crook and a bum in
a 1 I
At last STEREO
I i can be truly happy with the peroxide. Be careful,
the end so why should he con t have learned to live alone, to it works to remove the stain.It Homo Entertainment GENERAL ELECTRIC
election ?
on day
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE cern I plan and cook for one and is very cold here this
There was a time when the Full 22"CONSOLE -
I I take life easy. I never earned :
citizen of morning aa It must be near '
was proud
average I could be so happy again. TV
his country. He would stand LettersAt zero. It snowed BOrne yester-
Full Lake Privileges' with head bare When the flag Even my dog. Gabby, that day. My heart is gay and t' Pull 22" Picture Tube "' "' Iyrx ra''
Don gave me died but now I house Is warm meaiured y >> '
Homestead Exempt- I passed by and stand when the SamfordFormer thankful my r i diagonally
Financing I national anthem Is played, but have overcome losing him. I have had plently of sleep. I .f ; Solid itore rectifier
''If he doe that today it is star Tornado grlddcr With God's help I greet each will make a cherry ;pie this t ai x I

because the guy next to him Mickey Agn. r has won hla day with a song. ,Much of the afternoon to have for Sunday All.hann.ltunMg

Lake Geneva does, and he feels silly about first varsity letter as a sopho- time I get up at four o'clock. dinner after church. I will 03AS1 S2599S

I the whole thing. more fullback at Samford Uni- Whoopee I I am one of those have fried chicken. Yes, I will STEREO 4
in Ala. who feels good and $3.90 A WEEK
versity Birmingham, people With AM-Rodia
Mr Joe !Citizen reads of the eat alone and now' enjoy iSAT
Trailer Sales I Agner was a star fullbackand In the morning and
waste and graft going on. the happy church and:!:: eating. alone I rub* tmmlm 4lull. r..d. $1 10%
linebacker on the 1964 and love the early morning hours. eut.tn.tu I.,
billions of tax dollars going find life now at 70 years old .. .,SMraehaW 117nlnl.
O. Route 100. One Mile !SB! I down the drain and makes no 1063 Tornado teams. Nicknamed Hal I I never had a bad taste and retired one long' song and ,:nn" DOWN

Keystone. Ilelpht I move to change the situation.He "Bull" by his high' in my mouth in the morning, joy In my heart. I am God's ;_ DELIVERS .
Sun.& Evening school teammates Agner was but feel hungry and eat
Open assumes that such actions so child I love Jesus and some t t Your Choice 04KTA
a stellar performer on Brad- for breakfast.I .
bacon and: egg
home. I
will call me
ford High's first state champion Indiana day Li j
reared on an
I was
GlUE THE PRACTICAL GIFT team in 1065 farm when farming was done shall last Great.be ready Adventure., too. for the I Ll4 + "' BIG SCREEN ROU-AROUND TV
The fclngsley Lake grlddcr'sfirst ,
with horsps. There were no l 4111 WITH STAND
r .
college letter was won school buses, so to high school So now dear ones, God Bless p ,,1 .II]..,.Inch ,.,..... $22995 ,
on a tough Samford eleven I drove a horse and buggy. ,you every one. 1 T .Aulamallt, Irlf.Mn. ....Canlnl I
WORLD'S which posted an 8-2-1 record That was slow going so my LOVE o INMA Ulumlmlid' VIIIM Channtl Pktar. --.4.: :: : $3.25 A WEEK
last season which was climaxedby LURA CONSOlE STEREO uss' t ?
Father got up at 4 o'clock SOLID STATE STEREO
Built-in Bar
20-7 win over ArkansasA .
SMALLEST a winter and summer. When my .M/AMM.1, Hnm Pv..lov..C..I..toy, .........
.101I4 fro' pd $ 95
& M College in the second i
Adjustable Vinyl Boo.Covers 0855 ... 259
older brother Charlie was pU. ndte' .h. 4 $19995 ": ...
ELECTRIC annual Space City Classic in Sixes SO cents ea.: ir >4, .U d..lu:. I... ; .01." : 4:; ,
Huntsville, Ala. in December.The home, Papa would call up the 01 tUMfl .e.Nh jm...... $3.50 A WEEK
stairs, "Chaille time to )get at The Teleirnph-:
ADDING 11? '67 Bulldog squad was only but
up.It was cold upstairs .
Samford team to
the fourth -4
4nn brother made his'way down
MACHINE post as many as eight winsin
after dressing the dark. He '
a season. Trade And Save .
would build fires in the cook

ztJIitJr.Rtx Mill q qp1i stove and! put wood on the ISTAIUSHiD 104 m. mWAa; :

BrookerOfficials coals In the biff heating stove. BodcochbIURNUURE IIOTPOIHT :

I: Then he would get his violin .
which we called a "fiddle, "

and play tunes we all loved. UPTO First with the Features "
ReelectedThe My eldest sister we called TRADE-IN LAUNDRY SALE !

Cap would get up and cook $5 0 ALLOWANCE Women Want $1 0 DELIVERS I
A -eQ (our breakfast. She would fry .
Town of Brooker re- For Your Old Rolrlgorator.Trodoln APPLIANCE
elected its entire slate of city meat and potatoes. and maybe Must to U.. Than MOST\ DOWN e
bake biscuits and of course In. .
officials in Tue=day's city vote. and 10 Yale Old and W.rklnlCandllian. -.. \
Mama .
made coffee for
M. OHarrell! polled GIANT CAPACITY
Mayor After breakfast, lunches __ '\\1 \ 3 "'
47 of the 62 votes cast, City Papa. ., ... AUTOMATIC
were packed to take to school. .. ,_ :, .! .
r f Clerk C. A. Cox had 60; Town "
.F r A Marshall Leroy Stokes 60; Most: of the time we were all 'SI.j '.,: 1 =.'- WASHER
happy and well. Maybe a bad 2 Thor Warranty
City Councilman G. E. Green. I : ,
On All Part e
cold throat was a
34. or sore
35, and E. W. Hodge S Year Transmission -
Only the council seats were I f tint Fil-
contested. A. B. Adams re- As I look back down the -- 6 ,I// ", -- -- ''S ,.r Sand Trap e
THE INDESCRIBABLE Unitrex M3 ceived 25 votes In his bid fora avenue of years I am glad to C) l h 1I Wa''., Temp. Selector -
Cecil Melvin 21 have lived then, Now in these Giant SiiaTub.
council and
Compare these outstanding feature! Urge capacitylists uncertain times of death on r ..d
10-totals 11. Credit balance fast (180 votes. (.1 ,; Aim/I"ai/a At.,
cycles/min.), standard roomy keyboard. fight even the Highways and wars ,. I I
touch size- no larger than a telephone weighs lust abroad I find myself fortified WARRANTY
ay Ibs., well placed motor bar paper roll enclosed for CUE RIGHT POINT for the with a deep Faith and a Joy 525995
true portability handsome carrying ease Included. A way you write. Come In that nothing can take from /

sensational quality.built portable machine for years Of and select your favorite ES- me. I feel this is still Ool's: $3.75 A WEEK
troubie-Irea service.TERMS AVAILABLE TERBROOK fountain pen. world and although we suffer Y AGAINST RUST

TELEGRAPH here with sorrow at our losses r, I I., $5 Down

Only 109.50 God still plans the lives of us I Delivers
Adjustable Vinyl' Book who receive, believe and love 71M == "" lfe r dee Any Maytag

Covers. All sizes 30 cents as.at Jesus. I find my life has t
Th. or..ltltrAPh reached the final stages and 10 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR 12 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATORFREEZEROnly mew

Bradford County Telegraph I am the happiest I have ever 28" Wide Egg Storage 86 LB. Capacity Dairy and egg _
A classified ad In the Telegraph
brings results. been In all my days. I know e SO Lb. Freezer Interior Light freezer storage.

<< o I now of me that I want God has for taken nothing.care I e. Dial I Defray $ 1 5 9With Cycle-defrost $ *] Q Q 9 f S TRIM-NEW -

hard Slid -out porcelain | J J wuh,'
do not have to work anymore Halo-of-Heat l's ,
Nu-Tone INTRUDER-FIRE ALARM SYSTEMSPLUS and life Is one long Butter Bin $7.50 A WE KT.ade enamel crisper, $3. A WEEKTrade* : .

holiday. I DRYER .f infr5,4' '
100% A
I enjoy every morning my .
SMOKE DETECTOR 2 Year Warranty J .IWYEKSwmm.
devotionals my hour with Salting' for All Fabric .."..nm h.t .
God. This morning I played S Dri.> al Safo Low T.mp ,U/o..d"loth./ .I ..
the organ and sang five songs G OM'OMO' Na Yollawing u: "" """, J'
I am teaching the children. el! Cloths Na 'adiWrwr.'r"J",'

Full-time protection I Then I went in the living '=.. '1 ( I + rlTtaaa. e'p e Ing lint .f Flltar.Cloths 100%" logo ,'., ,....'.frR .

dAr! with inside room to sit on the davenport "-

and outsidealarms under the light and sang S S189
AlarnbPushbuttons hymns They fill my heart S .
I with such Joy. The first one $3.00 A WEEK

ana always is "Beneath The Cross ansfwYNNIIWNO MAYTAG Heavy Duty
automatic Detectors I
Of Jesus and later
f Inside tin I Am Without One Plea." 55, Workhorse

FIRE ALARM Home. Easy to in. pr, I That was sung when I was t I ',,..c_...A/.'I
2 Year On All I
=. : Warranty
girl r.\
Instal- baptized In a creek as a
.. ,
\ ,_... Parts Biggest Capacity
: of 18 before I taught my first
"JL J In-
V Big Balloon Roller Sand-
school. That song Is dear. d sue *

Lastly I sing "Oh Love That n.j fin I + Trap Tub Makes Clothe ,
Warns Against ; r Clean*
Wilt Not Let Me do. That f: .- Idt I
was sung at Don's funeral. SO s 95 1"1"J
Bible 159 .
I sing praises. I read my .
o PROWLERS aloud and the lessons in the

Stop Intruders devotional booklets. Lastly s ... iEI ; r. $2.75 A WEEK
kneel in the darkness by the J 'rc. 011 alt
Thanks 14 Cu. Ft. TwoDoorREFRIGERATORFREEZER dCR WIlms IS Cu. Ft. Bottom MountREFRIGERATORFREEZER.n. Free repair Of exchange s
O FIRE-HEAT Before organ stool to pray cUftOlve' part ar cabinet' 1.11
They God and;: for many people.. ru.t*.Free Installation of part '
Hence I am happy alone in 100"* Nafratte 100"% No-Frail e Forc.loin .am.1 l "' .a' Fan I I.the r pani.bilily. ;. .f tolling

o SMOKE Strike! the silence, with the darkness On. Whaak for .a.y moving "..'.' 95 f.enchls.dMaylagd..l-with.. '
95 ?
$ ::14" $2 7 9 In tint ,..., thereafter, Intel
outside and my golden mem 103 b. ,...." 2 3 9 Wltle H. .h.1f c".eI With' ration I I..""0.

ories. Twin I "lid.-.utrbp.t. Trod. ,....., .a.'..' T'od -.
$3.75 A WEEK
ESTIMATES CALL Of of my mem- $3.50 A WEEK I o
FOR FREE course part (gg .to,... rack. Twin Crlt... I
ores so golden are my teaching
days at beloved Clay Hill andI e Dxp daaf *h.lva* edit.

ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE of wonderful T0'nG' \ 1 F An r"faseItGjO
WELLS am 110 children proud from my Howard LOWEST PRICES .H,

and Shirley Padgett and sons
964.6061 to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns
Phone 96152891URSDAY. !
128/ S. Walnut St.
''I and their lovely children. The


Section 1-A Page 2 nUAIJI"ORD" tWrNTT miMUf\VH.' HTAKKB. FLORIDA ...rR.UItiD.Yr..F.EB..I._- _0. 1901

Mack Futch a Negro man. tb Jail terms, l screen for the first film appearance Funeral Services Books In ,Closet
refusing to allow) them to post of John Lair and

b nd. I many 'of the renowned Renfro: .Held ThursdayFor Burn At RJE GLASS That'Our Business

Home, Bombed Judge Adds\ blamed "clvU k % COUNTY i Valley stars including The Mrs. I

rights activists" for tossing WITH I Farmer Sisters, Jo Flayer, Red Andrews Firemen extinguished CALL WRITE or VISIT

In GainesvilleA the two fire bombs' througha ; Brigham, and Don Harper, plus Mrs. Maude Robert An- a smoldering .closet full of
window1 of his home. Futch YOUR t : AGENT many others. books and other material at FOR ANY GLASS NEED
drews, 72, of Starke, died Mon-
refused to say whether he A and RJE High School last
.revealing gripping "ln- Friday
fire bomb
was hurled at day Alachua General Hos- Modern Store ''
the home of Mr. and Mrs. thought his work as a prose- sight Into stock car .racing pital after a sudden illness... morning Feb.! 9, before farther We Design Front

:Mack. Futch In Gainesville Sunday cutor In cases with racial over- When controlled by crooked! : Mrs. Andrews was born, in damage was done. Just Mail Us A Pattern For
tones were file cause of the gambling syndicates Is provided The '
night, but was extinguished Bradford County on Feb. 26, fire occurred during Table TopsSHEA'S
Sunday night Incident. by "Track of Thunder, school hours but the classroomIn.
before any material damage 3893::, the daughter of the late
Futoh and his wife were the second end of the double
was done.Former. Enoch and .Martha Parrish which the, closet is located
watching' television, in the bedroom kill. ,The film, released in color'
residents of Starke, of their home Sunday by United Artists, a TransAmerica Roberts, early settlers of Brad. was A:ut occupied at the time. GLASS CO
:Mr. and Mrs.'Futch moved to ford County. She was a member
night when a neighbor knocked Company, stars Tom There is no indication as to
OaJneavlUe, several of the Starke First Christian S
where: Mr. Futch is years assistant ago, on the door and told them Kirk and Ray Strlcklyn with Church, and the Woodman : what started the fire, the Fire "If It's Glass We Hare ]t"

Qtte's.\: .> Attorney the house was on fire. support from H. M. Wynant, Circle. Department says. 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone .FR2-4333
Futch sent his wife and five Brenda Benet, and Faith Dom- .
Gainesville police Surviving are two daughter, The closet was emptied
suspect children to the roar of the Ceorrge ergue. Mrs Iva Cohen, of.-Harve De
!that T. further
the incident is related to no damage occurre I.Inc1""
house, and smothered the: fire ,
the recent fire-bombing at the Ilugginsa I Grace Md., and Mrs. Ernestine 1
bomb which thrown onto ,
loin of Circuit Judge J. C. p County Rainfall Nix Philadelphia.; .one son,
the front porch, with a blanket. __ W. Ronald Andrews, Keystone -
Acne, Jr., who cited two Averages 1.13 In.
Xjivtt ,rights workers for I Heights; three sisters, Mrs. I
of court after t'neytorote The area was quickly sur- Sunday Is The Day! February -I have complete confidence In Over Past WeekAn Cheta Douglas) High Springs; -
an article: alleging thatthe rounded by police, but no arrests -! 18th Is The Date! Two O' the future of agriculture In ,Mrs. Virginia '-Cottman, Mount I -

.Gainesville were made.Adlustable clock In The Afternoon Is Bradford County. To all our average of 1.18 ..Inches of Dora; and Mrs.. Jessie Chaa- I
police depart-
faent onijl; the Alachua County Time I For What? Dedicationand people this building is a sign rain fell on Bradford County taln, of Bedford Lake; one I

Gran] Jury!: wore: "racist" and"KHMvJfllanted. Vinyl Book official opening of your of development and progress. last week, all on Tuesday, Feb. brother, S. R. Roberts, Lake i i tl

t ." He sentencedthe Covers. AU sizes 30 cents ea Bradford County Agriculture: To us, as employees, it Is ",another 6, according to the Florida For-" Butler, ; six grandchildren, and r

t rg a yhlte woman and I at The Telegraph\ Center, located North of beautiful home, conduc; eat Service. four( great ,grandchilden. I I'WASH' '
Starke on highway 301, a true ive to pleasant working con- :The Louis Hill Tower at Law- .Funeral services were held at GEORGE

-- statement because it IS the .ditions. tey recorded 1:1;:: Inches of rftin: 11 a.m. Thursday in the First 1

center for all your Agricultural It is an efficient facility fall the New River Tower ;J) Christian Church with Charles :

and Home Economic re- for the performance of duty. inch, and the Santa Fe Tower'' Reese, minister; Rev. Raymond IGTON

: EVERY DAY LOW PRICES sources. For these resourcesit We have a renewed outlook .9 inches Roberts, and Rev. Jake Thomas I 2

is, truly a modern supermarket into the future of Bradford There were three forest fires officiating. Interment was In. I I ),

County. We hope now that In the county last week which the family plot in Crosby Lake II. General and President / f o .j/

AT MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES I A very short, but Impressive the combination of "Agribua1neBS" -: burned a total of 18 acres. Cemetery under direction of I .'
There have been 26 forest DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. ,
dedication will activities In this trade
OF LAKE CITY take place In front of the area will keep their progress- fires since Jan. 1 this year 'Father of Our Country"A 'tt'

building: at 2 p. m. The traditional pace and we will all enjoya which have burned a total of RotaryTeacherGame ,.., '
I ribbon will be cut and forward moving area. 227.6 acres. Over the same Nets $150 I ( o
Franchised peajers. for New Moon 1 period in 1967 there were 36 J
'the front doors will open. Yes, we owe a lteep debt o
Capella" Horizon, and Bronzenood.' From this moment till 5 p. m gratitude to our people in our fires which burned 219.5 acres. For Dimes Drive ) ,

guests will tour the ,building County. desire is to prove,
Bradford High faculty mem
I to become better acquainted to them' that this new building -

1968 BUONZEWOOD, 43x12 ,2999 I with what Is there for you. is serving a good purpose\ Colored Citizens bers 19.13 dONned In a basketball the Rotary game Olub IIII

2 Bedrooms" ,' Front kitchen _- _ Your visit will climax in the WE: WANT TO SEE YOD:, played before a packed house v t t., I

I auditorium where you will enjoy SUNDAY AFTERNOON. New In the BHS gym last ThursdayProceeds 4 f.
NEW MOON 47x12
19V8 2
Bed$3495 refreshments furnishedand about. $ISO, went to .
rooms, front kitchen __ I served by Extension Home Racquel Welch the 1908 March o: Dimes drive. IJ

Economic Ladles and Brad- Hits Fla. :Screen!: NEGRO HISTORY Businessmen tackling the
1968 NEW MOON, 58x12 2 Bedrooms front ford County Farm Bureau. We teachers were Charles Sawyer,

terraced living room, Early $4695 appreciate so much the Inter- This WeekendA WEEK annual OBSERVEDThe Negro History Neil Tucker, George Pierce

American, carpet throughout est and participation of all Week observance Is being Carl Hurst, Clyde Terwillegar,
!these; persona. skylarking comedy of a, Mac Baldwin, Dr. A. J. Barry,
1968 NEW MOON, 60x12 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, In Agricultural Extensionyou group of inept amateurs who, honored! throughout the week and Ernest Patz. whose and sense of
RJE High School. A chapel man courage
Early American, Carpet $ have the total Agricultural attempt to pull off a daring at Teachers Included Chuck Mason .

throughout! auto defrost refrig. a'it .'7i 9.7 Home Economic and 4-H $5,000,000 platinum robbery in assembly will culminate Feb.the Larry Mlxon, Jim Temple, personal responsibility helped make '

I Club Programs. Personnel represented Italy will screen for three days observance on Thursday. Dennis Murphy, John Preston, our nation the great nation it is today -t:

1968 NEW MOON, 65x12 3 bedroom 1/, baths. here are: Miss Martha starting Sunday, Feb. 18, at the 15. Tony Griffith, Austin Harrington "

terraced front kitchen. Early I Sue McCain, Mr. BobbyL. Florida Theatre. Anthony DeSue. a senior at Doug Lyle, and several .r
$5495 Taylor, Mrs. Ann Greene It's titled "T h e Biggest RJE and son of Mr. and Mrs. others. Referees were BUS ,
American auto !
Mrs. Faye Marlowe and of Bundle of Them All," and the Earl DeSue of Starke, has received Cage Coach Warney Adkinson To commemorate George Wcuhlnglon's' birthday, w .:

1967 'STATLER 50x12 bedroom kitchen I In question is whether the title a four year scholarship and Asst. Principal Walker "
2 front course am there also. will not transact business on Thursday, February :
College In Atlanta 2't.
jtpplys more aptly to the rob- at Moore House Stewart.
I Agricultural Stabilization and
with washer level
',. t1 eye $3695 bery or to Racquel Welch who Ga. He plans to enter :
Conservation have Mrs.
__ _
wen _
avorts In a variety of bikinis this fall.RECREATION. CARD OF TIIANKS
June Chapman and Mrs. Mary
and other abbreviated NEWSIn Our heartfelt thanks to all
1967' NEW MOON\ 60x12 2 bedrooms front Ella "Watterson. Mr. Tommy cos
) fumes Miss Welch 'Week the who extended
who might ; basketball last comforting sym-
Bell Is County:: Farm Forester FLORI I DA
kitchen, Early American, $4695 ba described as playing the Reno Recreation team defeated pathy and help in our recent
and Mr. Bill Haas Is Soil
tral air-enndilinnnr! j i title roe: is in on the deal because the Daytona Recreation! .orrow. For the 'beautiful service -
Cr>m rv Mnn Technician. We f
: she is the girl friend of The Hawks defeated floral offerings, food and h> ,
team 62-48. '
;:'!' 1967 NEW MOON 51x12 .- 2 bedrooms, front. will all be there to greet you. Robert Wagner an unscrupulous the Daytona Semi-Pro other kindnesses. we are deeply ; '.;'B'II''N'UI j :; ''' 'IA :,rS"'II"'R'fU'e'" ;! :" I J Jl

. i.. bedroom<< l'/j' baths, Early I' Well we must not forget gent ''who has run up a team 108-99. The Reno Recreation grateful The family of ",-l: :: ; I I ,''i.. : I :. ." ,
$3795 anii: they will be there, those lot of debts which he Nancy Crosby Galnev. _#
.1 American" / + I who gambling team will play Anderson ) ....... .
approved this protect and
" lopes to pay off with the prof. Recreation night at 7
ft huitretei: the for this I Friday THE< RIGHT POINT for Uujthe Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
1::;: 1965 SHIELD, 50x10 2 bedrooms, 1 : rmncy iti of tha platinum heist. in Lawtey.
$2850 fine and It write. Come; In 1! ,
comp'ete building. |
1 'i/i baths _._ ____ i Other members of the getIjhqtilck City league basketball la being way you .' One 04
Is really an attractive as.et bunch are Godfrey I held each Saturday morn- and select your favorite ES 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
1939 VAN to Bradford, Countv. It has already TERBROOK Hiuntaln pen
DYKE 4RxlO 2 bed-
$1995 Cambridge, director-actor Vie. ing at 9 In the gym. All teen- .
rooms front kitchen __ brought In folk from torlo De Sic: a, and Edward Q aerrs are Invited to attend at The Telegraph- t
other areas for Information.We Robinson. The !
shot In and enjoy' the fun.
Bank Rate Financing, Low Down Payments, appreciate the Interest of Naples, Rome and the famous The secona tournament will|

Low Monthly\ Payments, Less Than Rent our County Commissioners and oeaches of Anzlo and Ostia I Is be held March 1-2 in the RJE L
the excellent cooperation we In Panavislon an/i: Metrocolor !
g-vm. Coach Jackson is planning -
enjoy with them. by MG I. for an outstanding actlvlty. -'

MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES Inc. I For a long time now we "John Lair's Renfro Valley .

have all seemed overly proud Barn Dance," marking the first GIRL SCOUTS ,
of the progress In this new time the famous Barn Dance
The Girl Scouts will be delivering -
Hwy.' '41 North Phone 752-2797 I Agricultural' Complex. Cer- has ever been filmed fills one cookies In a few QQrALJ1TY:

I tainly In making this dreama end of I
a double feature show-
LAKE CITY FLA. davs. and aU customers are'
reality, many individuals Ing Friday and Saturday. Feb asked to please cooperate and I II J
: '. j have .demonstrated vision and :13 and 17. It also brings to the k VA1
help make this project a sue 'eflHiSbed11aHeilftg//

w -',.. -- u -- --- --, I I ce&

Founders Day will be obser-

vered Friday Feb. ie, at 8 p.

w.. m. The public Is Invited to


Mt. Plagah AME Church,

Rev. George Young pastor. 'y

I MEN'S\ WEAR Morning! Worship at 11. EvenIng WEEiT

,AUTO SALES Farm and Industrial Office Equipment service, 6 p. m. Visitors

Sunday School 10 a. m.
Equipment STAG 'N DRAG welcome.
BRASINGTON Stanley Blacker Sport Hancock OfficeEquipment Greater Free Will Bethle-
hem Baptist, Rev. Lewis Mc-

-OLDSMOBILE Santa Fe Tractor Puritan Arrow Dress Sweaters Shirts Kay pastor. Monday night, cash & carryBUILDING

Choir BoardNo
tun. No. 1 and1: Ushers
Peters Jackets
SALES SERVICE Inc. 2 will rehearse at 7:30.:
Ladles Sportswear SmitJ1-COrona-Autlor1ze4: | /
Fine fMectton of Used Cars Two Stores Dealer Tuesday night Choir No. 1

Taken On CadlUao Trade FORD 13 W. University, Gainesville Clary-Victor.Totanla and :2 will rehearse at 6 p. m. C

and Gainesville Mall Adding Machines Calculator Wednesday, Prayer Meeting MATERIALS I -
tOOl N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 J
Farm Tractors & Implements 1 SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS Thursday night, Ladles Circle

FHONB S78-0301 Ford Industrial Equipment MOBILE HOMES SAVE TIME Ktsooa* yam meeting Friday night, Prayer .. I :: I+D..lIght ,
USED EQUIPMENT Band meeting Sunday: Gnlnmvlllr. KMO: N. Waldo Hd..
requirement wtth as flnt. at SALES PART SERVICE MUSTANG 628 N. MaIn St. Gain oule Church School 9:30.: Morning P.o.. > .. ".. she .. P.'dpwood' ,

CRANEAuthorized PICK UP & DELIVERY MoMle Homes Inc. Phone 873-6631 Worship 11. Evening Service l hon< :.HNHO3TSJarkmavlllt. 1143 Halnn ..., \ -
: :.1t9- '
I.INDOLN-l\fERCURY 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville GalDe vlJle'. Discount Mobil 6:30.Greater Allen Chapel AME Miami, 31 N.E. 1S1.. lit.. M1.147S: FttU"

Bale, & Service Phone 373-2348 Home Sales Lot. PAINT & GLASS Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson Oc..ln.6:: 1r 8. On... Ave.. ''xS' "-, '-7'

2201 N. Main St., Gainesville/ Purchase discounts on entire pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. OrUndo, 100 W. Mlchlcu A..*., I
Phone 872-4373 chain guarantee huge savings m. Morning Worship. 11. Phone 211-SIU Pane I _
Prnmeola. 100 .1'. Blonat a.. I .
Crane Imports Liddell Paint.; & Junior Church will be selling Tnmpa. KhMt N. Seth St. SZO-TtSl 0 _
Used Mobile!] Homes Lent W. Palm D........ 4433 0...."...-
dinners from the
bee Rd., ."... 1IOI3T81GII.!
Volvo MQ Austin Dealey Johnson & Faris I Inc Priced. With approved credit Glass. Cd. church pArsonage. All members -
60S E. University Gainesville low as S10O down. are asked' to please cooperate w
Phone 372-4231:: 4820 N.W. 18th St. 441 North \ ." 4, .
, Glass
? Complete. Line of -Mirrors Siloing! iDooFSEEDSPLANTS with the captains In _
Gainesville S78-ISU Tub EncIwnire -Sltovrer!! Doon the project to make a success. 1I

.. Beauty Academy n _. ectlcldPet Supplies CALL COLLECT FornKoire Top-ll! "' fdoil'e'I' I The Captains will contact each ,s ., -. ,
\Vlnolo-wnJN', member to Inform him and S
POWELL'S FERTILIZERS Wallpaper St.rfront her of the obligation.

.,1 Beauty Academy We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Long: Distance Moving EASTERN STAR NOTICE SUSPENDED
224 N.W. 8th Ave. Local Drayage 118 N.VT. SlrteeflUi 0$. Dell Chapter 168 will en-

Learn a Profession In Your Storage Packing prating GAINESVILLE 372: -81Y1w tertain the Council at 4 p. m ::1i w EfI10 G TILL
.. Spare Time. Full or Part Time PHONE 372-0476' Shipping Saturday In the Masonic Hall -I
:: DAY EVENING/: CLASSES OaJnesville, Fla. _
on Brownlee Street. All
:, Low Tuition Terms I _ _ SEWING MACHINESNational bers are urged to attend. t want s.lower a e.ll.g...n.l.h'h.h.s.t..t..i.e
Sews bea.ttfy
y..e k..e1'D.It
Ike q.lek.ay,
219 N.W. .4.re
10th Ave.
wish ..
J way Nest' new .pealed
GAlvOle 378-2768 I LADIES WEAR Van Service, Inc. FORESTRY SERVICE f'' ayeser.
IMO N.E. Waldo Rd. SewingMachine
ELECTJIIC! MOTOKSELECTRIC Gainesville 372-4271 Florida Forest Service )hiteYrI2)ff
Cherry's reported 13 fires in Bradford
'" J MUSIC Co., Inc. County during, Cue past week,

w Gainesville's Most Fashionable. with 69.1 aces burned. Since i' CEILING TILE
pealer for '
'I. Motor Repair Co. Address For" Ladles Lipham Music Co. January 1 there have been 24
PfaffNew iIn Nelco fires with 209.6 acrM'burned **

Of Gainesville, Inc. DRESSESAUfTSCOATS> Gainesville 372-S33S Shopping Ctr.' Good Used and RPpoesessedRepairingRewinding as compared with 28 fires and l f'1 While 3 C taw

lATERNTTr WEARACCESSORIES ]ModelsSalesRepairs 211.1 acres burned during the
110 N. W. 10th Avenge
New and Used'
JJT Makes same period last yea
I" Authorized
WORK GUARANTEED January rainfall toy towers:
n 2813 N. W. lath St. Two Stores Baldwin Pianos & Organs Budget Terms Available I .
) New Iver, 1.30 in.; Louis Hill, ml'
Gainesville, Florida 7 1V.. University, Gainesville Guitars Gibson Goya Oil W. Cnlvenlty, OiUaesvtlU :2.80( ; Santa Fe, .80. The county 4 /

Phone 372-8318 & Gainesville Mall Drums Ludwig Sllngerland .I I S7S-185S I average for January 1.63 in.,
Feuder Standard Amplifiers 1
1 was"' well below the 50-year average '
::.= =: = s= --- -
...... ,-=--- for January, 4.33 Inches. 1 I

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.-W t ,,, (. "*'. w, 13th.resident Mrs Galney of Brooker.was a former Bud -:Yawn 'Prison' Escapee tured Roy soon was. tried afterward.on the same 'The Comedians'Set Elks To Observe Big Delegation

na + ._ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp Given 45 YearsAaded charges last December, found To ScreenAt 100th BirthdayOf Attends State

t ;L of Jacksonville !spent the week- Dies TuesdayIn Sentence guilty, and also sentenced to Fla. Theatre"The Interact '
end with MI!. Nora Sapp.) 45 years by Judge Patl'en. Organization Meeting'

Mrs. Lottie Jones spent last Lake City Circuit Judge Oeorgr L. Pat Comedians" screen Maxle Carter, Jr., Exalted Seven/ delegates from the
week in Gainesville with her
daughter, Mrs. Hazel Shivers. ten, last week sentenced' a Vietnam Maps version) of Graham Green's Ruler of Starke Elks Lodge Bradford High School Interact
Services were held Wednes- State Prison inmate Richard ripping novel set against the I No. 1802 urges all local Elks Club, sponsored by the Starke
Mrs. Annie Available 'From
Jernigan recuperating -
day in Gainesville for Mordis Des 'tosiers to an additional 4S revolutionary background of to attend a special meeting on Rotary Club, attended the state
at home after
c R in Starke last: Wednes-eye Newell! ('Bud) Yaun, 39, a years in prison on five Rep. Don Fuqua today's rebel-tain Haitian Friday, Feb. 13, In celebration" cinivrntlon. hold! in Pensacola.
day.surgery former resident of Starke, who charges' resulting from nn es,- regime, and starring Elizabeth I of the,100th anniversary of the< Wednesday through Saturday

Mrs Nancy Stalnaker ft died Sunday, Feb. 11, In Lake last October 9. Congressman Don Fuqua announces Taylor and Richard Burton older.' 'I last week .
Gainesville spent the weekend City. iDesRosiprs,was tried in Lake ( that he has been able screens Sunday-Tuesday. Feb. All Past Exalted Rulers will The Interact- members worn

with Mr. and Mrs C. J. Stal- Mr. Yaun was a member of Butler. last week on chargesof to secure a limited number ofvery 11-13 at the Florida Theatre. \bo honored, and pins will beprl'sen.ted. accompanied by their advisor.
Church of exce'.lent: of Viet- will bo Cal Adams, and two Club
naJter and family. the First Baptist escape, possession of a maps The cast Includes Peter Us- Supper served -
Starke where he served as a weapon, assault on a prison nam. prior to the regular meeting Sweethearts, Elisa! Relika and
.t Mr, and :Mrs: Joe Vickery tinov, Alec Glinness. Paul
of Alachua were visiting Mr. deacon, and a member of the :officer, kidnaping, and larceny "We hove sent topics to the Ford and Lillian GLsh. Two- which starts at 8 p.m. Marilyn Bellinger.
Starke Clvltan Club. of an automobile He was colleges and universities in the The BPOE was founded on Enroute to Pensacola the
LW'L and Mrs. :Donel! Stokes Sunday. time Academy Award winner ,
Survivors include his wife, Feb 16, 18O8 In New York topped to tour' the
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. found guilty on all five counts district and I would like very Elizabeth Taylor portrays the !group
Mrs. Deane Yaun of Gaines- City and has grown until today State Capitol in Tallahassee,
and Mrs George Tetatonewere il Judge Patten imposed ten-, much to send a copy the wife of ambassador who
, : Mr. and .Mrs. Dick Tet- ville; one daughter Nancy, and year terms on each of the first' families of men now serving In has an \affair an with an Englishman : there are 2,091 lodges with and visit the Legislature in

Container Gives AwardsThe stone of New River, Mr. and two sons, Richard and,Milton ,/our counts, and five years on South Vietnam," Rep. Fuqua played by Burton, Invol- I a total of almost life\ million special session.!
I Safety all of Gainesville two brothers, members.
; said. "Such a mapshould be
the fifth with
: Mi's. Steve Nipper of Starke I terms to run ved in the Haitian conflict. I
Hollis and Clyde of Smyrna, More than $10 million expended -
consecutively. of Interest to these families'\ in ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
"The Comedians' was filmed RADIO SUNDAY SCHOOL
Ga. five sisters: Mrs. Manton annually by Elks lodges
men at Container Corporation C. S. Tyler ; following the activities of our
Burehardt. Jones Dampier of Gainesville. DeaRoslers and 1230
I Robert David
in Panavislon and Metrocoloron Radio Station WOCO.
Brown, Lochloosa Fla.; Mrs. oa n vast program of benevolent -
of America, Bradford Donald Martin Johnnie Jones, We are sorry to learn that Roy, along with three other men. West dial. 7:30 to 8 a. m.-
W. E. Bailey, Ocala, Fla. .Mrs locations in Dahomey. educational, and patriotic on your :
County Woodyardl) in Starke, and Henry Hodges. little Ralford Teuton, Jr.. Is Myrtle Hand, Ocala; ; Mfct. prisoners, were being taken Maps mAY bo requested by I Africa! and on the French works. The order's: primaryconcern A. C Feiee--t. teacher
received an award for Out- In making the presentation, on. our sick Hat We wish hima from the.. East Unit of the writing Rep. Fuqua at 315
Henry R a d a c k y, Wllllstoa. River la.Movie Is In the field of health
standing: Safety Performancefor Mr. Burghardt said: "For my- speedy recovery. to file Cannon House Office Blclff.,
prison hospital, when their
Fla.; :Mrs. T. L. DandrldgeY fans will get us- -- diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation -
1,000 without disabling staff in :Mrs: W. W. Futch of Titus- D. C. 20515.
days a self and the Fernandina they took posHesaum of the Washington
Gainesville, and Mrs H. A. ual double feature fare Friday and prevention,
injury from May 12, we appreciate your ville spent the week here with car, kidnaped the two
Kelley, Magnesia Springs, Fla. gUArds n OSI"EL SING and Saturday, Feb 9 and 10, with special emphasis on help 7010.05Ie
1964 to February 6. 1967. heads-up attitude In attaining her brother, George Tetstone arid later wrecked the vehicle
Services !Were In the chapel A Gospel Sing will be held with "The Good, Bad and The for physically handicapped
Safety engineer C. C. Biirg- this fine record and I last week. | road
safety at Williams-Thomas on a graded Just off SR of three children.
Funeral which tells
at the Bayless Hi way Baptist Ugly
hardt made the presentationto I hope to be able to come back Tony Tetatone and Mrs. Annie Home. Burial 121 several miles north of Ral- : 666
was la Hillcrest Church Saturday night, Feb. Civil War outlaws, and "Mun-
Jones of Gainesville,
Tyler Jones Container In the near future to make an Mae ford. The prisoners. were cap Me
Futch of Tltusvllle Cemetery. 17. All singers and visitors are ster. Go Home, based on, the A. classified ad In the Tele-
field representative, on behalf additional award for contin-I '
Mrs. I I welcome. TV series results .
Mr. and brines
visiting ,
of the men at woodyard. ued safe performance of your I
< Pictured from left are: Nathan work here at the woodyard." I George Tetstone Thursday ,-- -

Mosley, Wtlbert Austin.BROOKER Mrs. Harold Sorrels and 111I111 111I11
j daughters of Jacksonville were I

visiting .Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I
, ......... .......vtn7 Brenda Jones and Mr. and Mra. Dyal :Sunday.:

George Pierce assisted the Little Mark Wiggins of Gainesville -

Green's In, entertaining and son of :Mr. and Mrs.

serving: the guests, Ronald Wiggins, had major B.P.O.E. CENTENNIAL .

By Joyce StokesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa.A1 SURPRISE; BIRTHDAY surgery at the Alachua General
PARTY Hospital Tuesday Mark is the

Miss Joann Bass was pleas- grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Law-

antly surprised. Monday night rence .Wiggins.
All encumbenta were returned -
when friends arrived at the Mrs. Doris Kelly, Dottle Sue
to office for the Cityof
Brooker In Tucaday's elec- home of her parents, Mr. and Kelly, Mrs. Carolyn Dyal and
I Mrs. J. T. Bass, and sang Dana Dyat were visiting: Mr.
tion. Two new candidates for
happy birthday. Outdoor and Mrs. Winston Kelly and
council seats Cecil Melvin andA. 100 YEARS
were played and after baby at 'Silver Springs
B. Adams, !were running enjoyed new
which the young people enjoyed Sunday.HAMPTON. 1868 1968
with encumbents, G. E. Green
and W. E. Hodge. A total of roasting wciners and eating refreshments w--
60 people voted In thin election. of potato chips, .yyy.yy.. Y" OF SERVICECharles
cake and soft drink! T
Tally Is as follows: Mayor: M. rrr _
O. Harrell-47; (write-in) Sam-I r
my Clark-1; Tootle Gilmore-1, Mr. and Mis. Win'ston Kellyare
Coy Edwards-1. Clerk: Tommy the proud parents of a WilliamsUAIAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAA. r rt

Cox-: 2; (.iwrite-ln) Coy Edwards baby lion, born Saturday, Feb. By Rln. Mary

l' -;; Marshall: Leroy 10. He has been named Winston .

Stokes-50, (write-in) Tim Rog- Daryl and 'Weighed in at 8 I
ers-1, Victor Jones-1. Council: pounds and 6 oz. Mr. and Mrs. : Mrs. Bertha McIntosh and

(Two to be elected) G. h. Kelly live In Oklawaha, near Mrs Ethel Tidwell spent Monday -
Green-33, E. W. Hodge-34 A. Silver Springs. Mrs. Kelly will In Tampa with Mrs Curtis -I 11

' B. Adams-25, Cecil Melvln-21. 'I'be remembered as the former Dees. I
Verline Gann of Gainesville.
Mrs Sam Smith, Mrs. Bobby Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bran- I
Winston, is the son of Mrs.
j Jones and )Mrs. Doris Kelly nen and Mr. and Mrs. Sibley I ,
)Doris Kelly of Brooker.MISCELLANEOUS .
served on the polls. I of Theressa were dinner .
VALENTINE, LUNjCHKON, : I SHOWER guests of Mr. and Mrs Lynn A. S. Vivian Robert J.:. Honey Grand

I Rev and Mra. L. U Parker was Mrs.honored Rosalie with Parrish a lovely King miscellaneous Hall on Sunday.Mrs. I Foamier ot "Tbc BPO IZOu I Official Emblem,BPO Elks Exalted< Ruler BPO' Elks,

, were pleasantly surprised Tues- Katie Stokes and Mrs.
,shower at the Brooker
, ; day, Feb. 13 by members of Civic Center Thursday night. Maurice Williams of Starke J ...
the New River Baptist.. Church Mrs. King received love. spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bl'r-I
j who arrived with covered dishes many
j tha McIntosh.
ly and useful gifts Mrs. April
for a very good luncheon at Riddles conducted a series of Judy Williams of Gainesville I -The Benevolent and Protective Order of benevolent educational and patriotic works. 1 '!/j million boys!' and girls. B.P.O.E. lodges '

t alio the brought Parker a residence.lovely gift They for games that were enjoyed by spent Saturday with Sheila Elks of the United States of America was! More than $10 million i is expended annually sponsor over 1.000 Boy Scout Troops hun-

the Parkers. It was a most the 40 guests who attended, Haddock. organized on Feb. 16, 18C8 in New York on these activities and over $205 million dreds' of 4-U Clubs" Girl Scout units. Boys

enjoyable occasion. after iwhlch refreshments of Mr. and Mrs Milton Misner I City.As has been spent since 1 1KHO." Clubs, and other youth groups. The Elks

BIRTHDAY DINNER cake and punch were served. and family of Gainesville declared in its Constitution the order =The Elks National Foundation is a permanent also sponsor over :3,000 Little League and

", Mrs. J. H. Sowell was honored Hostess were; Mrs for this 2.draHamilton lovely affair, spent Sunday with Mr. "and' I was. founded to practice the four cardinal. charitable trust with capital asset other boys' baseball teams.

on her'75th: birthday Sun: Mrs. Beverly Welch, Mr. I. T. Mrs. R. H.'Parker ? virtues of Charity, Justice! Brotherly Love surpassing $17 million. Its annual: income -For nearly 40 years the Elks college)

ner, at her home near Brooker. Mrs. April Riddles, Mrs. Win- home. last week aftera'; year "enhance the happiness of its membership; philantrophies. deserving boys and girls to obtain a higher

Sirs. Sowell received many nie Andrews, Mrs. Glenda in Viet Nam. t<> 'quicken the'spirit of American patriot' -The Order's!; primary concern is in the education. The -Elks National Foundation

help lovely celebrate gifts. Those this present happy occasion to- Andrews, Mrs. Paul Emory, STORY HOUR I ism and to, cultivate good fellowship. field of health Iijnosis!; ) ) treatment, provides approximately $500,000 annually

were: Mr. and Mrs, V. Mrs.Eva Harrell.BIRTHDAY L. L. .Parker and Mrs., AT TilE LIBRARY There are now 2,031.! Elks Lodges in the rehabilitation, and prevention-with spec- for some 400 scholarships!' ranging from

V Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy PARTYA "Wonderful 'Things" will be 50 states,.the Canal Zone Guam the Philippines ial emphasis on "help for) physically handi$600 to 2000. A National Youth Week

Hazen of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. werner roast the theme for Story Hour this and Puerto Rico, with a total of capped children. program is also sponsored annually by the

Max Furlong of Tlfton, Ga., party was given In honor birthday of Thursday from 3:30: to 4:15: at 1,41713.; members. -(Klks: invest more than $2 million annually H.P.O.E.

Air. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman, Dixie and Roger/ FJlIyaw at the I the Public Library. Mrs. Le -The IIPOE conducts a vast program of in youth programs that reach more than
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas, Mr. ,
home of their parents, Mr. and von Andrews: will -be the story
and :Mrs.: Drummon Mason of teller. All children 6-9. are
Mis. Aubrey Green on Wednes-
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Invited to attend.
Anlrews of New River day night. games were
played and enjoyed by the 20' .
and Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sow-I -
\\jell, Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker'of guests who attended. A CUssMea M 111 Out I T>ELE-
Brooker. VALENTINK: PARTY GRAPH brteg) rsa.ne.Why -
;"(HAMBURGER FRY The Intermediate Sunday STARKE B.P.O. ELKS Lodge No. 1802 Is Proud To Have

\44*] The Junior Class of the School Class of the Brooker ,

_(bBrooker iwere:burger entertained fry Baptist Saturday Sunday with night a School ham.at entine the Baptist Brooker Party Church Civic Friday, enjoyed Center.night a Val-TheI at Had ,A. Part In These Many Outstanding Programs Since

if the home of Mr. and Mrs Roy I building was decorated with red' The

\Green. A bon-fire was made I roses, ciipids and valentine
\''out lde and outdoor games hearts. Indoor game were Its Founding In 1950
'were played and enjoyed by the i I played and Joe Green was the, Christian

,12 young people who were prea-. I I winner of the prize game. Mrs .
'ent. Mrs. Jim Temple, Mis. M. O. Harrell and Mr. and Mrs. ,'! Science
;$ Tommy Cox were chaperones' .
I and served the young guests
IBACKACHE&ENSIGN I with valentine cake and straw- Monitor I
I this
berry punch. Attending .

KIDNEY SECONDARY IRRITATION TO ,[Green lovely Charlene affair were-Melvin;. ,Alone Deb- recommends These Are Just A Few Of The Projects We Have Sponsored Over The Years:

Common Kldnrv or.Bladder. Jrrlti-( I ble Douglas; Valarie Bristol, V V. ,
tfons make many men and ..om." Peggy Edwards, Phyllis Jones, read
feel tense( or and Itching nervnua urination from frequent.tournlnK night',. I Dianne Stokes, Joy Justiws, Joe you '

and, day.and Secondarily have Headache., you Btirkacti may. loalvrp .. Green, Jimmy Temple Jone I Ioealnewspaper :.;, Little League Baseball & Basketball -- Harryanna Crippled Children's] Homet e

and feel older' tired, depreued. Inurn I Cone and Tony Castlen. your
raiel. C1'STEX usually bring We extend our sympathy to

;t.elaxlnd ailiif' terms paln.UelCYSrEXal I comfort In arid by urine curbing. and

Church Sunday, with Intermentat Your local newjpipw keeps you "Informed .. -
l the Dedan Cemetery. Mrs. of' what's./ /happtnlug your ," ', _.
Fipps will be remembered a* area-community vents,' public t' .
STARKEBUSINESS Stokes. meetings, stones about people in .'
the former
your vicinity. These you can't-and "
Mrs. Brenda Jones and baby shouldn't-do without.!!"" ,
daughter. were visiting HOW THE MONITOI COMPLEMENTS ::,4!' 1
Edna Jones and son in Mc- '
and Mrs. Frances The -
Clenmey Monitor specializes In
analyzing 1, .,

i DIRECTORY week.Moody: of Glen St Mary_ last and news Interpreting... with exclusive national dispatches and world I '', ': MCIIT: ON ....FiiiirAKY: : ( i<;

'tram .' .. .
Mrs. Sue Davis of Homo- one of the 'largest news bureaus '
in the nation's-capital 'tnt
and Mrs. Bar-
saaaa Springs
:;! UTO SERVICE bara Sue Foater and baby of from Monitor news'experts in 40(
overseas countries and all 50 states '
fi Gainesville were visiting -Mrs TIT THE MONIT01-I1'R" A PAPER '
Gilbert S. Brown Guy Harrell .Tuesday. THE WHOlE MMIU Will ENJOY
Mrs Mamie Koon of Waldo --------- -
;Standard Oil Service Station and. Mrs. Dorothy Nichols of Tin ChrhtlM Science MMiUt Charity Justice
ATLAS I St. Petersburg were visitingMr. Ont Norway Street s Rr -

i TIKES & B. TTERnsBudcet and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson Boston, Massachusetts, U.S A. 02115 _
Wednesday. M.... Hart my Monitor lubicrlptlon' lot kydt T w. -
Terrain-Road Service tin!/ period cUtckid n
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Oyr! sympathy to the familyof yr k
Phone 964-7071& (cu.s.'fundi).
407 N. Temple Start Janie Hill who passed away a I YEAS far a s KiMltK, $12 Brotherly Love
this 'month. She was respectedand D :3 noses|4
loved by many In our com-

HURST'SS munity and will be greatly' Muse _

ELLService rnHsed.Our sympathy to the familyof Sir" {

StationOa Mr. H. P. Gainey; who died city Fidelity

Sunday In Ochobee. Mrs.Galney _
Oils LubricationOoodyear stars' zip CoeI.._ _
Tires ft Batteries was at the home of her daughter "a.11
Lottie Raulerson In Ocho- ------------ '
bee. Interment wa at the Detla.n -
SOI and 100 Starke .
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-r.- !Meningitis Ruled i (l In: 4 Deaths Florida WOOD Lot ,Flfty-Beven,In dnoorlbad Plat according Book(eat liT,to 8).,plat pall PARK-_recorded G-,I and EHHt Florida At but public Door bidder Courthou ante of ,for th to.CBBli,the.In Bradford,highest at A.rSt.thc.,. ,. (Court ellA: Sirol Bouluh RL.I:.OF1.S Deputy CIRCUIT A.M. DAKBV.CliliKK Moody Clerk COURTBy oar!

ot the publla record vf Bra -. I ford County Florida. on the Stli day of March 1908.

NOTICESUBSCRIPTION But Officials See No Epedemic I

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Four recent deaths In thq! feet ion as spinal meningitis. tOil says, adding I that Cite CHECK YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES.
urea attributed to mcnlngi- Last week a child living/ in disease Is generally passed 'toy '
coca! meningitis are not cause a settlement near Fort White carriers in intimate. contact
RATESDue for alarm, health authoritieshave died in a Gainesville hospital with others, such as membersof
declared. after: his case was diagnosed a family. Secretions of the It!
What Do You Need? We Have
Many phone( calls were received as meningitis. Another child nose and mouth are blamed for
at the Health Department died In Clay County for the most of the trouble.: '
to increased postal rates, newsprint prices and here since two' Raiford same reason. At Fort White the entire
children died] of the disease Once contracted the disease settlement where the chile

other costs subscription prices of The TelegrapW' will Sunday afternoon, the latent' progresses rapidly as with the lived has been placed 'on drugs
cases recorded. But Dr. A. Y. two children who became 111 as a precaution and the children !- united h
health officer for and died home from 9S\\ chin
Covington Saturday afternoon ore being kept ;;'
be advanced slightly effective March 15, 1968. Sub Union i Bradford, and Clay Sunday school. A health departmentnurse Executive ,*
Countries, has said there Is no "It's not highly contagious has been maintaining a Buy a Hay or "
scriptions may be renewed at the present rate until cause to( suspect an outbreakof llko' children pox,' Dr covlng.Let's dally canvass of school u'baen-' MqJsl 82 .ottYf.Spirit .

.. the disease _
that date. Sunday' victims were the tfes.But.f health officials agree Duplicator and get a'
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Albert that: it 'would be impracticalto
Flnley. who live on the S Go attempt Immunization( of an FREE'13.00 Starter Kit!

..: Subscription Rates Effective March 15 1968 Sapp Cemetery Road. near the entire school. Not only ... il ,Imnktg.. nos dprlp.aatot wMt' iOa IGllIee! ....
.. paatuni to I.
The two
Town of Ralford( unnecessary, they'contend but .ii a echo ..or with. TMr "
children., Wanda Faye Finley! tho Immunization power of the ............"*Ciluti, '' iMtttr. CM lui tmtmtmt
IN STARKE AND TRADE AREA. Wllla Gardening w m*.
Mae 'lloW
,14, and her sister, liijOMod era! oq pin 3, died at the University of when needed at another time.

Florida Teaching Hospital Sun- sa, Betvey 8IIa"p.Editor]
One 6 Months $2.50 day afternoon. of meningitla. : Florida Agricultural extension '
Year -- $4.50 -- They first? complained( of a Service THE kiUHT POINT for the
fever 1 and aches Saturday afternoon the way :you write. Come in:
health authorities here Most plants are aa, modestas and selact ':roar favorite' E8- Mow you can --
Raid They were taken to King: humans The first thing TERBROOK fountain. vnn.

./' 3 Months-$1.50$ Memorial 1 Hospital in Lake plants do when they\\', awake >..tll'" Of Hrurlnic <>. Petition\ label anything!
i Butler, then to the Bradford in the spring Is to cover theirlimbswith for CI...!.. And Ahnndunlnic An t wpw a4NFORq'1
i County Hospital, and from (.n....... County GrHiliil. Honil.
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA there. to the UF Medical Center Dogwood, l avea.redbud, peachesand '.,I............In. Hnnica Mvrtlun\:11: F.n.4'2M.. TwwnxhlpT .. Q TSorI'OINr
plums and a few others To Whom It May. Concern; ie
You will take. notice that In
Carlton Plainer, -
Dr epidemiologist
are exceptions.! They prefer{ to Anvil-
accordance with the
I ( / for the State Health put on a show: of color ,before SIM.til,n :116.0!> through previelonnof ''3:16.111: rfM/ ,IIA1fIflIt!
y One Year -- $$5.00 6 Months; -- $2.75 I Hoard In Jacksonville, said the dressing' r Florida. 8tatiit. a public hemliiic Writ. ..city urtacai:.I"" Lamp
I form of meningitis will l.i held liy the Board tsotatplastic.wood| cloth.Mta. .
menlnglcocal Regardless of how plants of County Commlttnlonera. of A.........
k r. ,: I often ocours this time begin spring growth you will Ut'ndfn,,'re! County Florida, In the _.,xl ppr, NeMtt.ee..i i -. r
of after a cold snap andIs court room "f the Bradfoiclfounty ; hfgh Ietan.RylatnO.
3 Months $1.75't year find (hem hungry After a long Courthouse In Sturke. fRaMAMtNi( Ie I, it moderate price. ..
$ associated with respiratory -
: upper winter's sleep Therefore planto 117rl I:6Sn..t \\eilnemlay March wargllraoe.ap 49 y
Infections. Universityof 10:00: ,' o'clock A. Mon OVIMS I 12.95!
give all ornamentals !
,' an application -
Florida Health Center offl- the petition of Jam Bartleyand i ;
of fertilizer to carry Faye. Hartley, ale wire, ..,
:, clals! verified the cause of -- --- -
i urhlill petition was Bprefld Upon
them Wirough their first \
You may renew now at the present rate of $4 per I death and said the disease the minutes of a meeting of
spring growth. .
said Board of Commisslonern
year, or $2.25 for six months (in trade area) $4.50per :, from died which Is the one Ralford of the most children Lawns will need at least 20 11168, reiiiiuntlnx held on County.that February.iilil lioarvi 7.-

year or $2.50 for six months (outside trade area). common forms of meningitis in plant'to 30 food pounds per of a 1.000square balanced dlotfe county and graded abandon road. .an hereinafter unused "S. cky"Problems?
( people.
I young
described, and renounce and
feet to form a carpet of .
The meninglcoal form Is the green.If disclaim any rlll'ht| of Bradford
rye grass Is on its 'way County, Florida, and the public
: communicable form of the .
only EhiiM'sGuwAIElmir't
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH out, then mow and rake It In and to the land lying within
disease/ and Is transmitted by aald unuved county graded Y
I out of the permanent grass. Epoxy Clue ;:.:::= ,
''n direct contact< Dr. Prather road; said unuaod county "graded r41
: Remember. drying March road being d...w.rlbad aa fallow
j stated The epidemiologist saidthe Elmel'iCantactCamanl k '
I menlnglcocal form of the winds will cause 'grass to burn, An: uniiHttd ,county graded t IIIRWRSt.fl ) 4 {
n .
.. r disease Is not the same In. so sparing the water hose will road lying In the 1 llut half. rn' .J'.an
spoil the grass. (KH) ) of Southwest ( of Northwest ciuartcrNW'i .v.ry in*you dot -__ DESK
If your ulcers get fidgety ( ) of Section 28. Township ; -- New Model No.21.Combines -
because part of the lawn Is 7 South, Range 22 gnat: lyIng handy memo and
a TIW .
BNihn Chemical
South of Compinf
I not as green as think It HamptonTheroasaHighway pad-2 ca landanml. -
you 350 Mirtijon, Avenue appointment !
FINEST WORK EVER 1 should ,be, quit worrying All Intarest piirtlon may s.- Now York, Ntw York 10017 Base in plastic
!@0 9LiUUUllW[ [ [ !] @lD'U'! YOUR most likely the soil temperature appearand.and place abovo be 1e..r'z".Bpec, at Ifled.the time ._ walnut or silver gray.

is out of kilter at1 that Dated thin l1'ul 1'uar1' ?, A. D.
spot and:! there Is temporary 1055.
; 'if1ID i ll1n REVOLUTIONARY' ELECTRIC shortage of iron. '1'0'save you nuuid(OFFICIAL! Of County!!1.\Ll CommlHHlont(
NT W from worrying overtime about Of llrntlfora. C'ounty, Florida
.:ii !1 : the pale grass, you can bring Clerk ivy Charles of Bald A I Dm Hoard:by: Just A Few of The Hundreds of Items
green color back quickly by H 818ae'I'I'er

.. applying one pound of com- We' Can You With
Help _. .
... mercial 'Iron chelate per 1,000square OK MAI.II")
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--- NOTICM) i IS IIIIIIRY": nlv ;
r'i.. 1 feet of lawn. .
..... Hint piimuiinl to n. Final Jlliliflnt .
... Azaleas'and camelias need a >nt pr l"urv'lnMllro Catered> III
I en" niiinburiMl, 3.M;J to the Clr-
I good of fertilizer as soonI i-ult Court of Bradford" County
Produces as blooming is over Play 1 II t; I Klorliln, I will Moll the pruportyultiintfd !
typing that ,I safe and pet one of the many,I In IJrudfurd County,
special azalea-camellia;: fer
looks like tilisers on the market. After:

_.. ; Printing. 1 plants feeding, add these another acld-lovlnq layer ol:,if l I

leaf mulch around these li DRASTIC INVENTORY
plants. i $2 5 000'0 .

'.'I Roses will need an applies REDUCTION SALE
tion of nutrients during theii; 1
first flush of bloom. The size _

of b'Jsh and soil Is a factor,.
But when in doubt apply twe
ounces of an 8-8-8 fertlUzelto New Management Insists Sales Manager O'Brien Must Reduce Inventory
.. .
,;' .. each rose bush. .I
Immediately To A More Realistic Level. Included Are New Units .-
II If daylllies don't !get theft"'
"n' Demos .. And Used
early spring meal and aground Equipment.
: cover of mulch they
not only will be slow to flower

but will make only a lazy effort I TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED
to set color

1 After feeding all the plants,,, I
then consider making cuttings

of Azalea poinsettia, croton, Ixora.and ligustrum viburnum,.,: 5 DAYS ONLY -- FEB. 16TH THRU 20THI.f .

Place cutting beds In a shads
-, spot, or furnish shade for the: OPEN 8 A.M.\ TO fi) P.M. INCLUDING SUNDAY.
protect Cuttings 'Of man'y

.. 1f,,atvti 9'nb4d.. heavy' root systems most:'
quirky in mixtures that contain :: ONCE IN A LIFETIME SAVINGS ON NEW FAMOUS NAME
acid peat. Experience Is
the best teacher to determine::1

the best rooting medium to: BRAND MERCHANDISE. EXAMPLE .. %
.... use for different plants. When '
rSMTHCORONA"SEC \ choosing cuttings, remember,
everything 'being equal root- FA I'TRACTORS'' : Crawler, Loader
: ; Crawler, Loader Back Hoe
Ing eaw Increases the nearer I ;M :vwey-Ferguson/ Moat sizes, gas ()r dieselHAY

E TAI IAL 315 I the root cutting system of Is taken the plant.to the' TOOLS.. TRADE-IN TRACTORS:

Summer flowering bulbs i I I :Mowers (rotary or sickle type) Side Rakes IHC -_ :uo160 C A '
: I ready for ptontlng include crl-I' Balers.TILLAGE Ford 2000-641-640-800-100C-8N-Super
Electric TypewriterThe nums Cannes, dahlias and agapanthus. -' Case 310
'I TOOLS: MF TO35-TE35-MH44-MF33
I Annual flowers which may;r',' Plows Harrows Soilscoops Blades AC 17
je planted now Include aster, _
brand ne:;Secretarial 315 Is hoat writer. Designed and burn to endure, and In I, balsam, 'begonia! blue lace-::1 GARDEN TRACTORS: TRADE-IN MOWERS:
that enhance its dramatic !flower celosia \ Sickle Rotary Flail Hammer
question the finest typewriter ever made. a variety of colors chrysanthemum -I conomv-l\1assey.FerlCuson 8.10.12111" Hydraulic
the ultimate In marigold/ morning glory I "
Your secretary will take new pride not only modem Cnes it represents rose-moss nasturtium strawflower -.I GARDEN IMPLEMENTS\ : DEMO EQUIPMENT:

Vi. the quality of the work the 315 turns out, proficiency and appearance. sunflower tlthonla,. Plow Disc Harrow Mower Blade! Long ,48" and 60" Rotary Cutter

but in a personalized,=hinethat becomes It Incorporates thousands of engineeringtruly rbena and the wishboneflower. ; New Idea Side Rake

hers...even to its reflection of' the aura changes and improvements over traditional I TURF EQUIPMENT! : Wheel Type Side Rake
Most of the annuals can be" j Massey-Ferguson Turf Tractor Special MF( 60" Rotary Cutters
of her own personal perfume! typewriter construction.: Deeded directly Into the garden. 'j l i! Mott Flail Type Mower Garden Tractors -> 10 and 12 HP, with

This new Smith-Corona Secretarial 31S1" See the new 315 SCM today come (In shallow, Sow trer.ches.the seed A thickly In' I Long Rotary Cutter mowers
and let her show the baking: Triumph Sickle Bar Equipment Dump Trailers and Garden Attachments
creates a dimension of typing performance with your secretary you powder can with holes punched r:1
, never before believed possible on a type- quality of' the work she can produce with it. In the ,bottom and a three- INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT Forklift, 6000 Ib. capacity 21'ft ft.
Forklift 5000 lb. capacity
foot stick attached for
a I Rotary t Broom Sweeper

a .. Priced at $315 Little More than a Manual. shaker handle This serves home-made well as a seed-seed!, i 4-wheel Drive Shovel Loader RENTAL FLEET1yard :
Loader Loader. Back
Ing gadget takes the back-I } Tractor line 12'
Tractor. Loader 40 and 50 LIP Class
aching stoop out of .
See It NOW At The cover the seeds lightly I Tractor, Loader, Back Hoe 40 !liP Class DISPOSAL ,
I --...r.n'j: with firmed soil. Cover the, Crawler. Dozer Tractor, Loader, Back Hoe, 15
Crawler Dozer
panting; if I
fine." ".\" possible with wet

H' BRADFORD COUNTY burlap hold In or the other molstire materials) and to to: Buy. With Confidence. Ask About Our Used Equipment Warranty

of r
prevent seeds from washing.Be .
sure to remove the covering
before the plants em.erge., :
If you want to keep annuals Superior Tractor Co.

., TELEGRAPH II blooming for another month..
I keep the flowers picked. If,, I II
plants go to seed the blossom- I
Inar ]period wlU tx rut short 5353 W. Beaver St. Jacksonville, Fla. Phone 3873556tIIlCU

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.-. : : : "'''Ul ua. nx>BJP//%. THURSDAY. FEB 15._ .__1988 Section 1-A Pare 5 _
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Council' / Will;/ Pun,: :I Lake a' Level DownForm :

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"' Pacing Projects hservation Board

erncq. eights City\ Council .. she worked without pay while I
members have agreed 1 t becoming acquainted wltjri the

push for the paving of thead duties ol her office. Cook commended -

around Little Lake Key/ new Clerk Srirgle' Brookyn Residents ToId
fBtofte,md for the repaying! Homer for "bringing' the f

and widening of SR-21 from books up to date," and. doing* a .
; KJevatojQie to Melrase. fine Job." -. .
The Board: agreed, at Mayo A leaky bottom Is the reason rs'r' and said It is even more mysterious
ski. L' ;- r5tl
the J r'p.
of '
leyel( Brooklyn Lake
Ray dames' suggestion 1 1jttave tc. for two lakes neat
.',- (O.
.at I ey U>ne Heights
S representation: at a Feb. r to be rising-
l '.,l 'k .4 '0 I'! itt '
]a W>> ;Mb4tfyt.) m. State Ri>ad. Depantmeijit during dry spells, four geo- This the geologists explain
/ budget hearing 1 In ogjats from the Florida( Boardof : II' ed. is caused by the Artesian

I.ae'' CJty when Ciay Count,) Conservation told about\ 60 I Aquifer, the source ,of most
1 .\B 4 dine to come under consider resident. gathered In the city .'rt ._ai water that is pumped( from
i '( "& hit 10 t ..ts
Jiall last Friday afternoon. u tO& "
.tlqn beneath Florida's sand. -4.
'se'OD Starnes termed wld Lake residents are becoming IIA The aquifer is a bed > I -.me. and repaving SR-2 concerned because the water L flowing water under :great
y from Keystone to Melrose thcity's level has dropped about five pressure, about 50O feet under'
r' "second greatest need.' feet in the past four months. t'k gt 4 l1 the surface of the ground.>cIt
I ? _. Council Chairman'Roy Watkins -- They are afraid it will con- k- v 'e. hs is to this bed that .the

I however thought the ,l.lnue to( drop perhaps 20 feet '. water from Brooklyn LaJc&iJ:
*s it '."!Id in 1C68 when Little -- ,
_____ Toad axound little Keyston, ,' 'I flowing when It leaks out,-this
Lake,should first Lake Brooklyn. went of SH-31, geologists
: be the road said through chan
I e. ,- ,.
!project 'sought by the Councilwe dried up completely.piop ; nell of sand which have troki<
&-t I
all want to push for the rty; owners surround- en through the waler-Ugbft
r ,.: ,i r I'I
log Brooklyn advised to
same project. he ,said. were 1. clay bed. y d)
Mayor Starnes said there I L form a water conservation district The reason some lakes Tte
no conflict In the two .projects I \ and art Up a management is that pressure from the Artesian
: since maintenance of SR-21 1 Is program to prevent the water wiIt'r : Aquifer is great enouch
the responsibility of the state 'Cennedy-Maxweil level from dropping In periods : to push water up Into the lake.:
and pacing. the county( road of dry weather. The geologists But the sea level at Keystone
around the lake will have t. ngagement ToldMr. proposed four methods that Heights Is too high and water

be done from Clay County's might' be used to Insure a ____1 ; i ? '- -I runs out of the lake instead;
and Mrs. John 0 Ken "normal" level of but *
secondary rOIL$ funds. Coun water 4.3q51.- .ass.r .1JfLJ S the geologists said<
# oilman Everett Fox said the nedy of MonroevlUe Ala. ,announce -, Mitt a study needs' to be!; made Counter, bit, and Yemen display ranf; < ; riarl to I>rnoi.ilt>>) They also explained drawbacks

w& Council should push hardest the engagement fit' first to see which would be sJww, |iu>lHtur slightly In-low normitl ut prcirnt. Tin e.M>loKKt* said| | It U "uumul" forth to the methods' they
A ur secondary roads. their daughter; Betty Jean to suggested might be used. to
beat.Methods Iuku'e vittter levtU to fluctuate iu nuicli us 'M ftft.
r The Council met Tuesday Charles Ray Maxwell of Orlando : proponed were to: correct the leakage

IL night, Feb. 13. In Its regular : son o" Mrs. B. H.Holt. 11] pump water into the lake Using pumps to ,put :\h;
monthly session. In other action Jr. of Boynton Beach, and C. during dry periods, 21 I divert water level to fluctuate as ate: not realty "too boo off" at Lion rainfall records. there was from the Artesian AquVTot:

-L i .. : D. Maxwell, Green cove I. water from other lakes 31 much as 20 feet due to the present not like 19 8. The! an extended dry period around back Into the lake la tqutte
.'_- ,-__-_ '".-- -'a__j---_ -Chairman Walking, at Springs. tore water upstream along leaky bottom. Because of holesin lake. Coivover said is now 1809 and 1919 and that It Is possible, but might prove too ,

Miss Susan Martha Hunt Mayor Starnes' suggestion Miss Kennedy Is a graduate the chain of lakes leading to the lake bed. Vernon said probably a f'little above what entirely possible the lake was. expensive. Sic :'
I Becomes Bride said he will work with Clerk of Monroe County High Brooklyn or 41 1 plug the holesIn the level drops whenever the can be termed 'ordinary mean completely dry at that time. Getting water from.1 surrounding .,

Of Alec Livingston In Deerfield Beach! Vlrgie Homer to reword a city School. She Is attending the the bottom and stop the leakage exceeds rainfall dur- water'." Brooklyn is now below But he could find no person( : lakes like Geneva of
notification to property owners University of Southern Mis- leakage. ing several dry years coming "average, high water" who was a resident of the lake Santa Fe. is also possible but
>Miss Susan Martha Hunt, Mary Jane Lyons of Plainfield, whost lots ,need Improving sippi.:; HatUesburg and will State officials present were, back-to-back. Rainfall during Vernon said.B1.shop at that time to verify his under Florida law would re-i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JohnH. ''I NY., wore blue silk organza The mayor said he had received graduate in May. Dr. Robert Vernon, head of the ,past few years has been who has done work statement. quire the signature of Very
Hunt of Deerfield Belch, with matching: headdress. She several letters from property Mr. Maxwell Is a graduateof the Division of Geology for just slightly above. ( the aver- on many Florida lakes, said Sollohub told the ieslTenU: property owner living on, rUie
and Alec Charles Livingston, carried a bouquet of 'blue corn owners who apparentlyfelt Bradford County High the State Board of Conservation age. he said.A that the water levels' of most "you are trying to tamper lake in which the water level
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gay C. I flowers and white mums. they were being antagonized School and Florida State University -' : Ernest W, Bishop chief layer of tightly packed fluctuate, but not more than with nature, but that is no. won'd be lowered. '
Livingston Jr., of Keystone Freeman Register III served by the city. He Is employed as an geologist, and J. V. Sollohub, clay beneath the surface of four feet. Brooklyn, becauseof necessarily bad: He told the PlugTln the leaky spots
Heights exchanged vows in a Mr. Livingston ai best man. auditor for head of Division of Water the bottom of the lake which
Most response -to the notices the U. S. Air Forceat the : this nature of its geoglogy, group If they decided to pio- with cohesive cement 1s .als wedding 3 o'clock ceremony performedat Ushers were Cedric Payne and has been favorable the clerk McCoy Air Force Base Or- Ww>i'r''es, "r>,* Clvde Conover keeps most lake beds virtually fluctuates 20( feet but its leve ceed with a water manage "osslble, 'but would be expen, *
Friday afternoon Buddy Wise.F"llawlng. reported1. ando.; Mr. Maxwell the district chief of thy U. S. water tight, Vernon said. has now Is "normal in nature." By ment dist:'lct his departmentwill sive. j
Feb. 9 at St. Ambrose Churchin :
Deerfield., Father John Mc- the ceremony arece.ptlon Mayor Starnes said he Is grandson of MI"'. M. M. Sara Geological Survey. developed;: holes. He said 35per nature. Bishop: said it is also assist In any way passible: Storing water In the chain
Grath officiated. was' held at TheCaptain's happy that the traffic light at gent and the late Mr. Sargentof Vernon, who published a report cent of the lake's water normal for the lake to be almost but that no: rmn-y: is avail. of lakes above Brooklyn

White roses and gladioli were in Deerfield Ta'ble Cove Yacht I the Intersection of 811100and Keystone Heights. of the geology of Brook- loss is due to evaporation and completely: dry. ail l.. fr"m the state level. [Sandhill.! Magnolia, and Blue
Basin Beach. lyn Lake in a state report in 55 per cent to( the leakage. Vernon said: that acorilng:: Sollhub said that It is not Pond)
used SH-21: has been changed is also .
against a background of The bride possible by a
graduated from '
I to blink 1963 said it Is normal for the The residents were told they to State Board of Conserva- unusual for Biooklyn ta drop series of
greenery in decorating the the University of Florida for caution and stop Indians Set canals and dams. But
church. The traditional wedding where she was a member and 'I "I can go uptown: now and -- luring fry: periods the wabet

marches were played by Ken-,I past pre:ident of Alpha Omi-1{I face everybody: the mayor Final Home Thes5ington:: New aden Club \level in those lakes would also
neth Salvos organist. cron PI sorority* Mr. Livingston said since they don't have to Wet-Dry Election Is SoughtBy be lower and It Is doubtful
Given in marriage 'by her graduated from St. Johns RIver wait five minutes for the light Rotary PresidentAt ."at. a sufficient amount of
father the bride wore an em- Junior College and la attend- to change. Game FridayThe Keystone Heights Meeting Change water could 'be stored( to keen '/'

- pire gown of White Chantilly ing Florida Atlantic University I Contractor paving SR-100 Green Cove Springs Jayceesbe Brooklyn's level at its desired
lace. Her veil of silk illusion. it Boca Raton. through the city will pave to Keystone Indians will l J. B. (Jim) Cheualngton was Meeting of the Garden Clui peak. _
fell from a circlet of lace, and After a wedding trip to the driveways to the cemetery east play their last home game of elected president of the Key- of the Lakes next Thursdaj :But Vernon advised the
she carried a colonial bouquetof West Coast of Florida they of town on SR-100 the mayor the regular season against un. stone Heights Rotary Club last The Jaycees of Oreen Cove whether the 'sale I tlf approved has been changed from tht reoMpnti! to "Do .something."
roes and lllle.s-of-the-valley.. will be at home in Pompano said. Relations between the beaten Cedar Key in the. :KH; )'iklay, Feb. 9. Springs are asking citizens of ] shall .be by package Community Church to St. Williams "If I lived on Brooklyn Lake!
The maid of honor, Miss Beach after February 15. city and the contractor have gym this Friday night. The Other officers 'elected are C. Clay County to sign petitions :only, or by package and drink Catholic Church according T'd find me an engineering
been excellent, Starnes said. girls team will also Dlav Cedar H. (Charles) Hutcheaon, vice calling for an election to decide In a prepared news release to Mrs. Albert Bach friend let him read this book
Police. Chief Wally Muhlhof In the prelIminary- ---- president, and W. B. (Bill) whether or not the sale this week the Jaycees saM: mann president.The [Vernon's report], and start.!

Hilites er and Policeman Thomas'1- The final games of the re Baker, secretary-treasurer.! of whiskey shall be legalized "As Jaycees we believe that meeting: Is set for 10 Vernon is a resident of Lake
Keystone B. Bryant were reappointed! schedule will be played New Directors ae B. A. in the county. 'economic justice can best be a. m.jTliur.sclay, Feb. 22. Tackson, which Is faced with
I by the council upon recom- Monday night when all three Rushton. S. B. Ware, W. K. ParSons Around 2,273 signatures will served by free men through the ame problem. _

My Regina Schuber men.Ation of the mayor. Star- ams-varsity, junior varsity, ( and Alfred B. Watson be required since 25 per cent free enterprise,' and that 'service stats required the citizens to Bill Reynolds a Brooklyn

Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 nes said both have ,been high- an? girls-will play Pierson, of the total number of regis- to humanity is the best petition the county commissioners Lake 'resident, presided at the
ly cooperative( with him. there. tered voters in the county work of life.' meeting which was organized
I II Councilman Charles Don- Keystone added another loss NEWS NOTESUy must sign before an election is "Many people ,have expressed fore the to citizens call an election vote be. bv Ben Gordon, also lake)
can on
WOMAN'S: CLUB was an adventure in sampling ohoe reported he attended his to its 5-15 season record Tuesday liaise UgaoCHUKCII: called. Clay County had 3.947 a desire to have alcoholic: this question.( Therefore thIs resident. Reynolds said an
The Smorgasbord supper,I unfamiliar I Ito some] foods, first meeting of the Clay II night when iU two. leadng registered voters as of Febru- beverages sold in the County.We petition form we ask to other meeting will ba called

sponsored by the Woman's I and a delight to gourmet pal- County Economic Agency I rebounders, Sandy Gray- ary 1 and the number has believe that- the entire' ,sign Is not a vote on this you matter but gave no date.SCHEDULE.
Club on Saturday, Feb._10.KEYSTONE ates.Mrs. which has been temporarilyout son and Jeff Batts, fouled out gOM1.t UNITY Increased slightly since that population of Clpy County It is 'simply a of .
Seth Kennedy, general of funds due to a delay in of the game with Branford drclui of the Women of the 'ate. should ,be able to decide this asking for an election
chairman, wishes to thank funding. from Washington D. and the Indians lost all control Church will meet at 1:30: pin. Ralph Thorn: of Orange issue, in an election can vote on the matter so You we :: !:

E her committee, Mrs. F. Koons. C. of the backboard. Monday, Ii'eb. 19, as follows. Paik, attorney: far the Jaycees "We ,are simply circulatinga can sign the petition and voteIn ,)F SERVICES
Mrs. A. Ketch, Mrs. K. Lig -Two drinking fountains Taking advantage:! of the Mrs. Sara McDonald circle at said: It U h:?-ed to have petition for the solo purposeof the election! as see fit-
gett and all Keystone friends:! which were supposed to be installed situation Branford poured: It the homo of Mrs. Oertruae the required number of sign- enabling' the population to either wet or ef1')"."you PARK
and visitors for making this I In the new city hall on, adding up a final score of Hous' with ..ira. o. K. ..iCJ4.a.ll atures In about a week. The decide. _'
HEIOHTS- event such a great success. I will be Installed by June 1. 60. to Keystone's 38. as co4K.Hti.Mi.. vrs., Mm .woods petitions will then be sent to "W believe that Clay I of the
DRIVER'S TRAININGThe Councilman Fox said he has Mike Murrhee was high for circle !at Uie hone of Mtu. John the Clay County Board of County can and will develop CONCRETE I'KODUCTS
Defensive Driving, been Informed by former Mayor Keystone with 13 points. Hunl/m with 1-u-s. H. s'. Hausen. Commissioners to canvess the economically with Clay County PALMS

i Evening Course, sponsored: by Lea Beasley. The Keystone B Squad also as co-hoateao. MI'.. Walter Uro- Big-natures. legally controlling: the sale INSIST THAT AIJ
the Woman's Club. was conducted -The purchase of nine additional lost to Branford In the preliminary Itek's elide at the. home of Mrs. In their letter to registered of alcoholic beverages.In CONCRETE VOCTR SUNDAYS
MELROSE by Sgt. Jerry Beden- street signs from the 29-38. bjniiy .uon in Poatmajter'a Vil voters the Jaycees point out a letter accompanyingthe TIlE !ESX PRODUCTSAJCE 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M..
baugh. of Palatka an officer City of Starke has been con- Lost To Santa. Fe sage, with Mrs. Jubn dark as that those who sign the petl petitions mailed to each THURSDAYS

of Florida Highway\ Patrol. tracted. Pox" said. Ray Gallop a high-jumping co-liostesa. Mrs. Al Lagaaaee's tions are not approving or qualified voter the Jaycees Edward' Building 7:30 P.M.
The following persons completed -Letters of commendation 9th grade forward, led :Santa circle at the home of Mrs. disapproving the legal sale of said:

BUSINESS the course: Mrs. N. will be written' County Commissioner Fe in Its 71-29 victory over James Cook.: Chairman.. Lagas- liquor, but are asking that an "The question that will be Supply, Inc. FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
Stitchberry. Mrs. Ruth Ore*- Otto Murrhee and Keystone last Friday night see 'Will eilsl t. election be called to decide settled:!! by your vote ts whether I TEACHING

DIRECTORY son. Miss Lois Oreeson Mrs. the Clay County Commissionfor The 6-2 forward was the clrci Mtu will Roy meet Turknett's at 9M morning: with the issue. Also determined will or not the sale of alcoholic 720 & M.sl3724844GAINESVILLE I All 8-m lees Held In The

E. L. Fraher Mr. and Mrs. P., an excellent Job done in Bine's leading scorer with 18 Mrs. Oestrlcher at Park-of-the- beverages In Clay County will FLA.I I New Bible! Center
Wright. J. Sullivan Mrs. John cleaning the drainage canals points. be legalized, or sold as they
BEAUTY SHOP I Strong, and Col. David Nelson.C. between Brooklyn Little Keystone Santa Fe jumped out to a Pa} Jla' with as co-hostess.Mr*. Gerald CulbertHoa I ast week visiting friends! and have. been in ,the past -
REPORT and Geneva Lakes the 18-5 first while f relatives here.
I. P. ; quarter lead circles will through illegal outlets In legal
Evening meet
Mrs. John Bird C. I. P. Council decided. the Indians, were able to sink as Mrs. J. y. Ford of Palatka stores in near-by,counties.

KEYSTONFBEAUTY f Civic Improvement Program] -;Five or six residents have only three 'of 25 field 'goals follows ttig-htenjralea: at 7:43: at the I pert, Thursday with her parents "The law governing the sale
and MM. R. M. Ca-
SHOP Chairman, of The Woman's still not ,paid their. garbage attempted In the first half. home of Mrw.. KImnaoru with I Mr PaeJ) of alcoholic beverages in this II
Club of Keystone Heights, is fees due last Nov. 1, Fox reported Keystone didn't have a man Mrs. Howard Tucker as cohoatess. Continued on ;
Edith Johnson, Owmr gettng her report ready to '!. The council adoptedhis In double figures.' Homer Rebeccas wttl meet at Now Open"BEIDLER'S

Personal present to the Florida Federation suggestion tp take the following l- Orayson was high with seven 8 I A Creative anj would like to include steps: I] the police points; followed by Ken Turner John Wringle' assisted by Mrj.C. .
Hair Styling several photographs if chief will individual Beauty Car I possible. for payment: 21 a registered ( t '
Every Form of Beauty Culture If any person has an old letter be mailed aU Club TY..YYYTY.YTYYYY'i
Tuen.-Sat. 9-0
Open ; photograph of Lawrence Blvd. still deUnquent; 3)) if no action -
Clo ed Monday before palms and camphor Is taken by two weeks Has LuncheonThe .

NURSERY trees were removed prior to after the letter Is mailed the MELROSE ( "' HOLIDAY -
Keystone Height Fellowship ,
widening or a snap of theWoman's delinquent property owner will : .
club held its monthly
Club building that be brought before the city Ily Joyce Bowe "
O.C. Carries Nursery burned. please call Mrs. Bird judge. I luncheon meeting at the Ma- RESTAURANT
TOway 100. Florahome' sonic Hall at 12:30: p. m aAA&AA4444 e-a.Leaaa.
at 4734709.A Freemont Tolles was re- I '
23 Mile. SK of Starke Thursday ,Feb. 8 I Walk \When You
copy can be made of either appointed city judge. Mrs. Mattie M. Torlay was Why -
Nursery Stock ThouiVJMU and the photograph will Council voted, upon motion Attendance was .good, con- burled in the Melrose Cemetery
of Plants A Fruit Tree to be returned. Mrs. Bird will be of Finance Chairman sidering the weather and the Monday. Mrs. Torlay, who was I Completely Remodeled and Redecorated '

oho).. from. Nice Shade Trees most appreciative.This i James Cook, to pay the city many members who are reported born in Melroite" and lived here Can Write? Check With Us! For Your Dining Pleasure in Beautiful,
Evergreens It Landscape might be an Incentiveto clerk half salary for the sick. Including our many years died Friday at the I Comfortable Surroundings.
Plants. All in containers look through old snapshot month? Dec. U to Jan. IS, publicity chairman. Mrs. Bunnell General Hospital In I

Plant anytime. Camellias albums. especially. those of Helen Egan. who is confined Bunnell at the age of 85. She I End walking driving around (to pay bills .
azalea& residents who have lived in the in the Bradford County' Ho had lived i Ln Flagler Beach for
stone the safe and
Let as do landscaping Club Estates has returned "Write" your money quick easy way.
Phone your 639-3165/ area for many years. home after a stay in Ala- pltal.; seven years. She was a member Open a checking account with us. You'll enjoy I NOW SERVING THE
HERE AND THERE O. E. Baker, a member of of the Molrose Baptist .
chua General Hospital. Mrs. I DELICIOUS HOME-COOKED
Mrs. Casper Brune of Key- the club, was the speaker Church. She i. survived by I added prestige too.KEYSTONE. ,
Brune wishes to thank all her
USED CARS and told of the many experiences three daughters Mrs. NIta Me- I FOODS THAT HAVE
friends for their kindness in
MURRHEEInsurance he had while living in Intyre of Tulsa Okla., Mm. MADE US
with greetIng FAMOUS
remembering her
Hanks Used Cars and flowersduring Cuba. He also told briefly how Carrie Proaton of Flagler STATE BANK
cards massed
Agency Castro became the power that Beach and Mrs. Doris Tuskeyof '
BIG CASH DISCOUNT I Rlrtwird Mnrrliee. Ajrt.Gmeral her stay. he Is today. His talk; was very Lake Butlernine; grandchil Memlier F.D.I.C. Heights Fla.
TERMS Tnmiranceft Mr. and Mrs., Bernard 810- Interesting and the members 'dren. and ten great grandchil Keystone Located on State Road 21, Two Blocks North
BUY SELL TRADE \ Casualty Marine cum and daughter, Kathy of were enlightened M to 'dren. 'Your Friendly Dank In Your Friendly ,
Bt. 1 Box 90 Stark I Auto Bonds Scotia N. Y. are visiting Mr. tions existing in Cuba COndJ-J' George Alderman who lives of Traffic Light at Keystone Heights
100 I MUM 8. Community.
5-Olry.; -- Kevt.nu ITHflita I1S-41M Slocum's parents, Mr. and I in the Canary .Islands spent l
lira." R. Slo= .

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STARKE._. THimSDAY. FEB. 13, 1968
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I J. F. Vose, 3rd< place; Mrs. Betty 27 quail Grandma Copeland eter said 60 degrees, but the I

MELROSEfrom I Kendall and Mrs. Ed Long- Is feeling better she wantedto wind felt more like 6 below

necker, 4th place.WOIIIOJI'M do a little fishing Monday, zero. Sunday, Lou's niece, De- BARGAINS BY
Club but she said It was a little too nice Middleton of Starke, visited a
The Melrose Woman's Club ,
cool ,
for. her. them. ,
( rrcccdinu rajJ e] held Its regular semi-monthly, -BAPTIST
THE FISH ARE BITING I 111 I I Henry Norsworthy of Gainesville -
meeting Wednesday. It was a :First Baptist Church Rev.
son The bass are biting ,better and Connie Hoydick of THE BAG
bus.nesa. \ meeting. It was an- Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday -
Mrs. Tom Pnrrlsh] of Palatka I all the time, so the Griffins: Jacksonville, were weekend
nounced that there would be School, 9:45 Wot-
and Mrs Marlon Waters, also I board tell us. Roy Griffin Is busy visitors of Pap and Reba : a. m.
an executive meeting ship FULLAT
Services, 11 and
a. m.
of )oliuka, v ted Mr.- and Mrs. guiding fishermen. now. Roy Norsworthy. Saturday evening J
Tuesday. 70 1
R. M Cason Thursday. xleases< for the meetingwere caught a 9H pounder and a Henry and. Connie visitedhis 0:30 p. Training Union
MV\ and Mr,. Kimer 14 lb. 2 bass : p. m. Nursery open for
Long- Mrs. E. L. Helton, Mrs. oz. Wednesday, aunt, Mrs. Kathleen Mc- all services.
nccker Worthington, Ohio Earnest Bartlett and Mrs. John Thursday he caught 7-pound- Innes of Ocala.Twentytwo -CATHOLICSt.
vl.slioJ Mr Lonirnccker parents Minder. er and another 14pounder. boys from Boy .
Mr\ and Mrs\ i Kii': Long. Methodist Church Friday, they got 2 small bass, Scout Troop 109 of this area William's! Church-Sun
ne ktol', 'briefly last week.] They The Christian I i Fellowship and;; 18 specs: averaging 2 to went to the State Fair In day Mass,, 9 a. m. WednesdayMass

vex, in Punta Vedra attending Class will meet Thursday at 2V4 pounds each, one was Tampa, and had a wonderful .COMMUNITY and Novena 7 p. m.

a convention 7:30: ( p.m. in the iFdllowsnip nearly 3 Ibs. Saturday, they time over the weekend. They CHURCH
Mrs\ GcotgoVescout of'I got -pounder several Sunday1,School 9:40: a. m. "' Prices Good 17
will thru
Hall./ Mrs. A. Witherspoon .3 were driven down( by Mr. Thursday Saturday February
Vcntnor, N. J., Is visiting her Membersare to 4, pounders and 13 specs.Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a, fin.
lead/ the devotions. Courtney, Mr. McClure, Mr. Quantity Rights Reserved 320 South Walnut St. Sta.rkeFLA.
daughter and son-in-law Mr. attractive 4 bass 4 I Nursery at 11 o'clock service
asked to bring averaging Lanier and Mr. Hayes,
and Mrs. Leo Helton. articles to be sold' at auction. pounds, Glen and Alan:caught Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Norwoodare only. Rev. Leon F. Mllner.

Mrs: Maggie Stein crt, who This will be the entertainment. 7 specs Saturday evening. One both down with the flu, pastor.
hart planned to return to her Mrs. Grace Green and Ernest boat came in with 37 small so we near. "We hope both of I j -EPISCOPAL 'j OR CA.; GRADE "A" FRESH LEGS OR BREASTS SAVE 16c: LB.

home this week, has been advised Crawford will be in charge of specs from the brush pile, but them Are feeling better now."j St. Anne's Church. :Morning

by her doctor to remain the auctions. Hostesses will be there,were no big ones. The Mrs. Strandberg. has returned Prayer and Sermon. lat 3rd
with her nephew in Gainesvillefor and Mrs.' Walter and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m.Holy' !
Mrs. P. Evans biting better
specs are oninitmows home from a visit with LB.
an additional week. We Wilson. now that they are I Eucharist and sermon, FRYER QT.RS. 29c
her daughter and son-in-law
hope she will be ablo to return 2nd
home The Commission of Steward- going on the! beds, Betty says. Sam and Dorothy Butler In. Sunday, 9:30: a. m. [Nur-
soon. ship and finance! will meet They'should be on good this sery open for all serVIces.]
Walter] Wilson, Jr., currently Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ormond Beach. Sam's mother Dally offices of Morning and ..- ..
stationed Fcnsacola, spent Parsonage. The budget fo 1968- week so. Since bundle Father up and Is" ; gof1&b.lng. came along with them, and Evening: Prayer 8 a. m. and 5 c' ",,,.. ', .
on they went on to Tallahassee,
the weekend with his
Mra. Walter/ Wilson, Sr. 69 will be discussed. vacation 'we'll be out trying to meet one of Sam's sisters Vicar.p. m. Rev. William I. Jones,I U. S. CHOICE BEEF U S. CHOICE BONELESS

Mrs. W. H. Allen. Mrs.\ Isabel for There training will be for an adults opportunity at the 'em. and: ,I hope we have. good who took Mrs. Butler on to LUTHERAN I CHUCK STEAKS LB. '58c ENGLISH CUT ROAST LB. 88c

McPhciaon, and. 'Mrs. Bernice luck.Buck'Worstcr Pensarola, to visit there. Mrs. Divine
Adult Lab School Feb., 29-29 Worship 11 a. in.
Crawley in Jacksonville was fishing Strandberg had a bad 'experience SLICED
spent Friday Sunday. Holy U. S. CHOICE HICKORY RANCH
Gainesville.Tha Communion, trod
First Church In
at from Barnlvlll's! Camp'aM
tho Mason's visiting Gus Manor Aldermanat Home. nominating, Committee caught 20 large specs, and They when smelled she something arrived home.that Sunday. Services held each BEEF POT ROASTS LB. 68c BREAKFAST BACON LB. 49c
will meet Thursday Feb. 22 Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal -:
They report that he is able to Leonard Huwvlna caught 10 didn't smell too ,good and
be up some, but he still is very at 1:00: p.m. lathe Fellowship: large ones averaging to 2\a when they opened the refrig- minister Church. Richard Meyer,

weak. His wife, Clarabel Halt. pounds. erator, they discovered It was

spends the weekends in Jacksonville ... Mrs. MoDanlel was a Sun- off. and all the food In the
............ ..yyyw
to be with him. daY'even1n1t visitor, of .her freezer was spoiled "Not $2.1 Million

Rev. James Fink Is in Ala- sister and.brother-in-law, Mr. verv nice homecoming." ICcLQASTSAVE LB.

chuu General Hospital .undergoing INDIAN BEACH and: :Mrs. Owen Bryant. ':Mr.: and Mrs. W. I.. Spires Program Eyed 48c:

tests. Rev Fink is pastor During the weekend Mr. and children Faye and Dukeof

/r the Baptist Church. (Lab a.ela ..) and Mrs. David Reid and chil Sparks Ga. were visitingMr. I For Prisons
Mra. Elsie Jane Wodey is By Michael B. Chltty and Mrs. E. W. Glbbs ..
dren. :Mrs. Helen Walker and I '
home after undergoing a series : : c ; 'd. ., .
Fk. 476-2111 over the weekend. i
Mr -and! Mrs. J. M. Lorimer
of tests at Alochua General ''A $2.1 ,million to'
Hospital. ..... A&&A Jr. of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Johnny Ross told 'us this close all wooden barracks program road AZALEA HONEY OLI FASHIONED

Miss Bessie Rutherford ex- Dolph Reddish and children week that they had sold their. I prison camps, open the new NUT SAUSAGE LB. 59c CHUNK BOLOGNA LB. 39c
sweet who
Greetings people home here and bought his
Starke, visited Mr. and Mrs.
to be released from I reception and medical centerat
Jets read column. This Is yourrollingreporter home In Melrose and
Aluchua General l' Hospital" my .'I,D. W Carptner. parents Lake Butler upgrade the SKINLESS FRANKS OR Z\'i\ LB. BAG OREKNDELL) BEEF
with news for would be leaving the middle: I
about mld-weelc. She to Mrs. P. ;C. Roster and handling of Inmates
plans in county
1 Lb. 59c
you. Our weather is stUl very Of next month. Too many of SAUSAGE 99c CUBE
stay (at the home of a niece. daughter. ;; Mrs W...C. Klght Jails, and ontablish' a center .. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dock I mixed up, and leaves much' to'I .of Waycro49:,, da., and *fcrs. J. our, neighbors are moving I.for sexual/ piycopnths has "been : :'.. .. _;, "::., ':, ,- ''' ''' :.: ,. .' ..' .- ,',':. -- c ,: : "
be desired. The wind Is really
Tlson and family Sunday were E. Sbrtckland! : and J:A. Ald- lately.. I prepared for introduction s tthe.
her sister Mrs. wild when you try,to go fishing Mrs. Fred Swearingen, Sr. I SAVE JOe LEAN FRESHLY1GR0UND
Loren Howell rtchictf\ Mershon,,; Ga., :were special loRlnlaUve session i
lately. Otis and:I tried,to and Mrs. Josephine Eden and
and niece ChristIan In
Mrs\ Sandra weekendguests, \ -of'Mr.,and now progress.
and children of Mlcanopy. go out) last Wednesday' and MM. E: W.j-RereIs. Mr. Roa- son Terry were visiting Fred Louie L.Wainwright,director

Miss Denise Gillette has been before we could get past our) lop find ,Mrs.-Strickland: are and Vera Swearingen on ot,lne Division of Corrections! I 5 LBS. $ 1.99I

sick: for a week with an car dock, the waves were coming! iterl'Of! Mrs; Bevels and Mr. Sunday. said that for another $2.2 mil BEEF

infection. in the boat. So n turn right ,Aldrich 1Sbrother.\ : .' Mr. Mrs. Earl Voyles and daughter lion,the state could abolish its

Recent guests of Mr. and around and put the boat' on and Mrs. Marable of,'Jacksonville Peggy attended a Relief I program 'of working ,convictson

Mia :jr.: V. Samson were Mr. the hill again. The strange were' Sunday afternoon Society.Leadership. Meeting attheir the .roads, and substitute

and Mrs. James Ogden. They I thing was, that when he called .visitors of:,the Revels:.' church in Jacksonville community correction centers.

stopped by for a week enroute to tell me he was( coming togO : over the weekend and Peggy "The image of Florida as a I OCENCHEESE
-'betty,':|Alac',and :Chucic .McOowan MII.D DAISY FLASH FROZEN
from their ,home in Columbus fishing the lake was calm' sang at the \meeting., progressive\ state- has not been
Ohio to their home In Tampa.. Sometimes I Uiink' 'Mother spetyjMdaynteht and Ella Lutgen had a foot op- helped by having Inmate doing I WEDGES LB. 69c PERCH FILLETS LB. 33c
Duplicate Nature just : with the.;:Jack :MUle In Gainesville road work ,Thus '
: Bridge doesn./ ,like me. :!'' eration last Friday giving
Winners of the 1\1elr090 Duplicate Father Is on vacation this off, and Is resting at home toil Hits the impression

Bridge Club last week week, and will 'be'reatl.n8 :.nd .visiting,' Panning' springs.Manatee for a few days before returning Florida still!) has chain gangs," 5 Lb. Bag 35c GREENS 17 Oz. Can lOcU.

ere: Mrs. F S. Hubbard and trying to catch ttah: + Springs and.) Jack'sgrandmother. to work. Sunday guests of WaInWright said . .. .. ,, .. .
some '
'" '
Mrs. Paul Johnson, 1st place; Father A. B. Howard, 'olStarke '..,Mrs..Ethel ,WeIsmar the Lutgens were Fred Daugh- Thedirertor. is hopeful that c :c' .. :: ,:'d c: : : ", .. 'c . ,' : : }1'-: :
4 Mrs.\ Gladys Van Netta and and R. C.1loward'r.btJacksonville .. W : .Chiefland. They ,iety M Miami and Kenny legislature will appropriateall

'Mrs.\ Gladys Wilson, 2nd place; ., -were' .hunting' *wmd:upf in cedar,Key,,eat 1>Daughtery of Ft. Benning. Ga. or part of the first priority S. NO. 1 WHITE IRISHPOTATOES
Mrs.[ Roland Bryan and Mrs. ingatkw'oyster* ;.8:1'14''smo $21 million allocation for ,
over the"weekend.fund t\killed : We hear that Lucky is catch-
.. .'. ,"..* i iV} fJa4i7.oLidaJd.; tjie,, ..ermomtdk. Inor. ',name nice specs Off hiS I use thin year. The proposal
e (. wan prepared at,*the request of I
to BAG
=-; dock. I guess we will him.have Gov. Claude Kirk who has 20 LB. 69c
go down and join
Indicated he might open the
Pete and Joyce: Barton and
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS pecal|! sfaaton to other emergency -
DIREcTORY Fred and! Corine Thieman' matters if legislators
spent from Friday Bight to .
complete their first assignment'
Monday night in Tampa, visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (education) in a reasonable PALM ISLAND BY HOLE( NO.! 1 FLAT CAN GOOSE GIRl. 6 Ol: I'KGS.
4uto Sales & Service MOTORS length of time.Wainwright I 1
ELECTRIC \ riCTuRt<:: 'Fn iAb1ER: FUlmon and enjoying the asked for $711.- SLICED PINEAPPLE lOc ASSORTED MIXES 3 For 25c

LAND State Fair and the races. staff ,and the now! .
}>> 420 to open I '
Peavy Brother WTunE FRAMING This week It gives me great empty now medical: And reception -|: BEAUTY /SKIM TALL CAN SEA CALL (GKKKN: .: LABEL 6yy O 5. CANS!4

ROVER, Electric Co.UNTAMED\ PRINTS pleasure to announce that center a I I.ako Butler EVAPORATED MILK lOc TUNA FISH 5 For $1.00
SPILLERS'GALLERY one' of my dreams has come prior to July 1. The center;:
The World's Finest !in ELECTRIC. MOTORS I I true. As of next week I will was recently! completed at a!,I

4 Wheel Drives j _, writing spoils col- cost of $7.3 million, but funds
Sold-8ervtced-Repalred be my own
Robert Chevrolet Generators-Starter* 1./I.l'lIIrk/ 8fe-Ia Five PoI.M, umn. It will contain news on were not appropriated! at the:
Alteration .Jax 11'IB-8MI' hunting and fishing in this regular legislative! session to
Green Cove Springs, 3083 Armature Rewinding area. Anyone who has :news get it sta re.lInti/ open. I IlActtvatlon I LB.
Jacksonville' 264-OfK/O
4044 Lenox AVe. PLUMBING SUPPLIES of this type may call me at of this facility1' COFFEE PLIOFILM SEALED 29C

Jacksonville 887-2029 4752171. and I will be glad would enable!' us to move 400 FOR FRESHNESS BAG

JEEp CARTER'SVehicle. to print It. So, when you catch Inmates from the Ralford prision I
fill hunting to alleviate! '\ overcrowding
Trading Post that big one or your
MOTORCYCLESHONDA there," Wfclnwrtght said.
Bathrooms bag, let me know. So. until |
1VS Station Sink, Cabinets looking Wainw rightalso asked for :
seep r onmr ,next week 111 be
WagCln Soil lpM, Water Pipea for news for both of my col- $91,439 to( Inaugurate a pro-'[I LAKES: .4 OZ. CANS DIXIE CHEF 13j! OZ. CANS 5 FOR

1 deep t'nlverwUn Fitting LavatoriesThe Commodes umns. Now, here's Leeon. gram release of of work prisoners end educational under a|I VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 For $1.00 Spaghetti and Meat Balls $1.00

Jeep Gladiator Trucks ALL MODELS>! Best for Less" "The Greatest Reward" plan authorized by, the fund laM,, JACK-O-LAMI; 17 OZ. (PANS DIXIE CHEF 1314 oz. CANS:'
but not
Authorized Service Merchants Green Top of Hill Hwy :SI "Oh what. tangled. ed.regular It would session.also enable the MASHED YAMS 2 For. 25c CHILI with BEANS S For $1.00
Stamps Mlddleburg .
Webs weweave.
Approved Parts Open 8 A.M. r P.M. Phone 282-8108 When first we practice, divtttion to give of for
Tues Wed, Th......, Frl. To deceive." development programs ,
4 "''feel Drive 2 Wheel Open Sat. C AM. 6 F.M. PIANOS the words. handling prisoner in county I SAVE lie SOUTHERN MADE
Those are and stockades while
Drive' Closed te jails I
Sunday Monday
From a famous poem. awaiting trial and serving sentences -

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS CYCLES C.For CARTER Musical Advice NICE And we should take them. "In an effort to prevent)|;: 5 LBe

As an omen. them from becoming full-time. MEAL GRITS 29cBANQUET
49-19 Blandtaff Blvd. .
MOTORS, Inc. Jnc'-aonvlJlo 771-8244: Some people think. residents' of our state prison': or BAG
p They're having fun. system," Watnwrlghf" said.

035: W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE ; .t ialh7"iir...1: r.( When they can The rest of the money.

; 3.14-7751 MUSIC Deceive someone. 294.332 wou

.Established: 1948 The Bible says, to:establish a Florida research
Parrish Motors, Chtekering and Other If you cheat and lie. and treatment center for sexual FROZEN FROZEN" :2 LH. H.\O

Paulus 1 Music' Co. Name' Brand Pianos You'll burn in Hades "psyccpaths ,to implement. MEAT PIES e 8 Oz. Pkg. 15c FRENCH FRIES 4 For $1.00
ISAI.KSSKimC: KIMBALL "SWINGER" When you die. the 1967 Child' molester law.The

: .Instruments ORGANS So stop that lying legislature authorized\ the ASSORTED BANQUET: FKOIEN:: 7 VALLEYS: FROZEN GREEN: PEAS.: OR -8 OZ.: PKO.
Band ft String ,
PARTS :, .. ,8HEKT IUU9ICRoocetelt You sinners you. center but deleted' fund' I DINNERS 3 For $1.00 MIXED VEGETABLES lOc
Gibson' Guitars & Amplifiers Just listen here. the legislation. .
,Mall What God can, do. -a--- ----- llI1IL.__ iLLJI1Jj
32 Yean Ail A Dealer School.Supplle.-Inattdctioh 36.11 ParkJackaenvfte988.8619 If you'll just ask
Always ,Good Used Cars Bin. SAVE lOc HRE.V1NER CRISPY FRESH
He will forgive your
831 Laura St. Jiu-ksonvllle 4 Roberts RecordersMusic ; SEWING CENTER
life FFA
And a
Phon- 35: \.S854HEAU1Y \ ',
Ubrary-Expwrt H. & N. Will soon begin. F FULL

ACADEMY Repair 41 W Moonnres8t. SEWING CENTER He From will your lilt sorrow you UP.and atrlie. BRADFORD CHAPTERThe SALTINES 19c
1 I
American ,Jacksonville 333-S447 1968 Singer : And give you eternal. Bradford 'Chapter PPA"

3310 Beach Blvd.Hairstyling And everlasting life. met February 13 to make

Jorksonvllln 398-3091 Like New 'then people, be good. plans for National'FFA'Week -

Console Model makes fancy daslgna Find strength In The Lord. which will ,be held Feb. 17-24.
MATERNITY WEAR stitches monograms, And some day you'll receive, The chapter will have a program REGULAR; MKNTHOL OR LIME 11 OZ. CAN BOTTLE OF 100 LLHIT 2

Academy overcasts, sews on buttona.rf The Greatest Reward.Amen.. on radio station WPXE COLGATE INSTANT SHAVE 39c ASPIRIN TABLETS 19c

2\ W. ;MOXROUJACKSONVILLE make button holes & blind during the week. County
tltchea. No attachmentsDemonstrators Agent G. T Hugglna' has

33.V0391 $I8 or $9 per GARDEN CLUB turned over his regular time I SAVE 16c FYNE TEX FULL STRENGTH
mo. Call Jax 771.1830 OF THE LAKES to us for this week. I
, : The Garden Club orf the The Bradford FFA Chapter.

RiversideHairstyling : WESTERN STORE Lakes will hold their monthly attended the State Fair in

meeting at the Community Tampa last Saturday where BLEACH 1 GAL PLASTIC
LITTLE DUDE Church hall In Keystone they placed r.lxth in egg Judg- 29c

Academy 'Jacksonville's" Most Complete Western Store Feb.Heights 22.This at 10 a. m. Thursday. Judging.ang. and They tenth also In competedIn poultry

2630 PARK ST. Shop for Mother-to-B "Where You'll Find Every will be a flower arranging dairy and livestock. The

,JACKSONVILLE; S8S-8o37: thing For the HorseEnthusiast" workshop, and mem- results are not known yet.

JUDY'S bers are asked to bring material James Allen, Reporter FOOD FAIR CHANT 1LB. SAVE lOc PURE
Accredited' Western Clothing Leather. needed for arrangements Bradford Chapter
Qualified Instructors MATERNALANE goody Saddles and Trailers and sandwiches for SLICED PULLMAN[ WHITE

Modern Styling Charles & Sharon Petty luncheon.Mrs. LARD 3 Lfar 29c
Monthly Classes 1007 Park at 5 Points 903: So. Edgewood' Ave. \ William Warren Mrs.J. TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

""'here tomorrow' ityllststrained" Jacksonville EL.5-3015: Jacksonville S&I-1210 A. Williams, and Mrs. T. L. way you write. Come in'' BREAD2for49c

.are. Norwood will be hostesses. and select your favorite' ES.1' LDIIT 1 WITU.... OR MORE ORDER

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41 j; .WfARE. F1X>BID.t' ''THURSDAY. -
.- FEB.. 15. 1968 SECTION JPAOBt f
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,"'& I lF,. : t :. SELECTIVE FHA Loans Used To Finance 'I

: : SERVICE Recreation Centers In Area .

,: QuestionsAnswersQuestion The Benefits of modem water hold annual (membership' *Jffl3

service, sewer systems. and an estimated 1,000 enjoy.JJ

1::' better outdoor recreation facilities use on a visitor basis oe"w>]f;

Time\To Be Firm With Dr. : Is it possible for than have 'been brought to more courses swimming: podL'ten
KingThe 10,125: people in Alachua nis courts, etc. at th* Starke,
to obtain the
me address of a
: Selective Service and Bradford Counties the past Golf &: Country Club: erad lI .w-.

announced intention of Dr. Although Dr. King has piously his local board regIstrantfrom two years through projects financed thorne Golf &: Country.Club
the U.
by S. Farmers
Martin Luther King: to lead mas stated that there will be no violence Answer: No ,unless the re- Home Administration. FHA recreation built 'with centers.FHA-lnBured They loans'wfiTr/

sive sit-ins in Washington next he seems to be making a Klstrant supplies you with County Supervisor Albert 1 totaling $292,080.Construction .

April, and to create a shantytown veiled threat} when he says that written authorization for access Stevens has announced.Mr. of the various

for the purpose of forcing federal "disruptive measures will be used 'jibS to his file. The records Stevens reported on con.. projects provided 5,842 Stan-

accession to certain demandsof only as a last resort." AlthoughDr. contained In a registrant'sfile tributlons made to Alachua and days of employment for construction -

militant Negro, leaders, i indicates King eschews violence in his Including his address are Bradford County developmentby > and building-trades
confidential. the Rural -
: Community Facilities workers in the
that the time is here when statements
public it is noted that
Question: I have been notified program since it was expanded Farmers Home Administration -
Congress and the Administrationmust violence always manages to crop the State Appeal Board 1 two! ;years ago with assistance to communitiesin

take a firm p sition in the up in the wake of his appearanceon has turned down my requestfor President Johnson's support. Alachua' Bradford, and Clay

interest of preserving law and the scene. deferment In Class n-A 'toy Loans totaling $292,800 since Counties is provided through

order. This is the belief of Sen- As pointed out by the Jackson- a vote of 4 to 1. I am going to January 1966 have financed the agency's office in Gainesville

ator Spessard Holland as expressed ville Journal: "Violence is far file an appeal with the Presidential outdoor recreation centers at. headed by Albert C.. Stevens

in the current issue of his easier to start than to stop, and Appeal Board. Do I Hawthorne Approximately and Starke.225: County Supervisor.
(have persons
my appeal rights beyond
Washington news letter. where an army of any kind of I that point If I don't set aHA

"Those in official positions in protest-carriers forms, there is classification from that

Washington must publicly state sure to be some kind of ugly inci ji Soars!? Huge ProfitsIn find omitted' income or deductions -

that the laws will be strictly en- dent." Answer: No, The Classification or errors In arithmetic.A : .
forced during the proposed marchon It is the opinion of Senator given by the National review of the return may

the, capital, including :zoning; Holland that Dr. King must be f Selective Service A.pp&a.1lBoard( Pills disclose that the taxpayer

laws prohibiting the erection of made to realize now that his / [Presidential Appeal Board] Is failed to provide his address
final Senate Investigators, in zip code, omitted his social
1 unless It Is later reviewed
so-called shanties or tents on private threats against the "Governmentand Washington security number or listed
because of evidence which were told last
/ : new
'' property, and the restrictions against the Congress will get ,'" i would warrant reopening and week that some doctors specializing it Incorrectly did not attach
; :
applying to Jthe use of federalF him exactly nowhere, and that .'" cZ.! ; ? 7 classification' anew by your in weight reduction all copies of Form W-2.. or"forgot ,"-

property," :says Senator Holland. such threats! ill become any / S. w, local board. charge' patients as much as to sign the return

\'It is inviting trouble to allow American citizen" much less a Question: Upon completionof ; $40 a week for dispensing This review will be ttme,weH

such! plans to proceed without in- citizen who purports to be a minister my second year In collegeI penny. ( apiece pills that sometimes pent as it may prevent delaysin

forming Dr. King that all necessary of the gospelJ)) ,, 'T % entered the !Peace Corps and! and possibly produce' even bad aide death.etfeot will processing speed up any the refund return 'due and,

I steps will be taken to prevent This newest threat of Dr. King was classified in Class H-A.
An Industry document said :Mr. O'Doraiell said. He also;reminded
I disruption! of the daily operationof should be nipped in the bud by : : J I ) When my tour with the (Peace that an Illinois doctor treated Florida taxpayers that
Corps ends next month will
; ,
the Government and the peopleof whatever means are at the disposal about 100 patients a day at an all individual income tax .re?
I be eligible for deferment
[ this capital area.! of the Federal Government. \- 1?, as a student to get a my bacca- average fee of $20 each for a ,turns should be mailed, directlyto
daily gross of $2,000. the Internal Revenue Service -
t ... ; t ,, ? laureate degree :before per The Senate ''Committee ia Center. 4800 Buford High-

I I 'Childish' The Word For It ,TurTj.i A** wl, T WWL* : forming my military duty. currently' looking into the way, Chamblee Ga. 30006.
II'' Answer: You will in all $250-mllllon dlef pill industry ,
: probability ,be eligible for a which' has 'been under heavyattack. o
Gov. Claude Kirk has been superintendents the state and Farmers Tax
I accused on II-S. A registrant who reenters The Food &: Drug Administration -
by Democratic leaders in county level. a college as an undergraduate recently seized Guide Available T

the Legislature of acting like a That people are reluctant to Available For student and who has. $500,000 'worth of ILampar

chila in his stubborn and unrealistic give up their right to elect of- AllFARMER'S been classified In Class H-A thyroid and. thyroid-digitalis Copies of the 1988 Farmers'

insistence that he will veto ficials was demonstrated in a recent since his last full-time attendance drugs, charging they were Tax Guide have been distributed
at such institution dangerously mislabeled for use to county extension offices -
election when
school revenue measures unless city here, they
shall not !be considered to have .In weight reducing programs. throughout ,the state and
they are put to a referendum of turned down a referendum which DIARYbuilding (failed to' meet the requirements !Medical authorities in Dor are available free to those who

the people. would have provided for an elective or Selective Service regulations chester, 111. said that the recent ask for them.
If the Governor was deliberately city clerk and chief of police. Just when it semed that we U complfttod. ] concerning full-time death of a nurse. there ] In
would without The guide explains
I trying to sabotage the school pro- There are some good reasons cold through weather Old Man anymore :5S and satisfactory pursuit of his was due to "an accumulationof : everyday language how to
gram he could not do it more effectively why appointed superintendents (in Winter crossed the /border and the ,plans will, however,':be well, according worth' waiting to. studies therefore this Inter- amphetamines" contained in prepare and file income tax:

than by his demand theory, at least) would be better gave us another taste of freezing for..It will,be an Imposing ruption oryour; academic reducingpills': return with Illustrated examples -

that revenue bills be tied to struc- qualified for the post than those temperatures. Last week budding:, air conditioned the work would not remove your to apply to actual farmIng -

tural change bills and all submitted elected by the people. But whetherthe 'we wrote about spring plaitIng year around,.and no longer will eligibility for a H-3 defer Double 'Check situations. Also Includedare

to a referendum.To voters would be willing to give but unless the weather court' sessions *))e ,interruptedby ment. Tax Return Important dates for farmers
changes, we may have the the sounds of trafflo on concerning tax returns
stiff their to
ask voters to right name superintendent
approve up klldeer ice .skating In.. the North Temple Avenue. And not NEW BOOKS Before MailingHere's such as when social security
taxes and at the time state and county -
new same ditches.
the least Improvement from the taxes are due.
approve revolutionary changes in is another matter. Linking this Issue S S 4 standpoint of some people with ATHE LIBRARYThe a word of advice from The tax guide which ,el\-"*"

the constitution is unrealistic, if with the bill to raise more Did you know that we hada age on them, will, be the elevator following booksare the Internal Revenue Service: phaslzes Importance of good
not unconstitutional. It would deprive money for schools is extremely trace of snow;here last Thursday By Sam McGarvey which will do,away with available at. the Public\ Library After Federal you Income prepare tax your return 1907 it records In filing a proper, return -
them of freedom of choice risky business, and would probably morning? We did not see the need (for-! climbing those In Starke: is prepared by the Internal -
by forcing "*themt6'Jvote for one insure the defeat of both." it,. but:'on going Into the courthouse -' ago, when three of the present stairs In,the old\i bul1dJ lir.'Funny ". Adult Fiction is for'a a good day or idea so to and Bet then It aside giveit Revenue Service with

Governor Kirk must know we met a man, who excitedly commissioners 'Were elected thing l Is':wedidn't\ ; even notice the advice and assistanceof l
thing in order to get another. Surely Horse Under Water- Delgh- a thorough review before
said that he had Just and now those three commissioners those stairs'when'we came
For instance, a voter who was this, and his stubborn insistenceon seen a few flakes of that cold, are wondering if they here 18 years ago, could it ton; The Widow Black- you mall it. the Federal Extension Service.It .
) ,
in the face of stock; Dark of The Moon Director of Internal Is available. the knew
willing even to endorse higher a referendum, District
white stuff. Last time we had will! be around when the new be that 'somethinghas happened -
at the
balk that of these facts is as the Demo- Carr; Woman on The Roof- Revenue A. J. OlDorunell.''\ ) Jr.. agricultural building
at the
taxes might part snow here, as we remember it. to us In, ..meantime. '
the package which calls for structural cratic legislators put it nothing was back 10 years ago whenthere Eberhart; Then Pit Then Embrace said that Florida taxpayerswho Fairgrounds.
feartlett The heed this advice often
change including appointive short of childish. was enough of it for Sam : Antagonists
iDollner: The Kitchen ---
school to make a snowman and take a
rather than elected, Madonna
Oodden; 8hadowWife
picture of it for proof.
S NEWS And NOTESFor Eden: The Saint on

I Watch/ Those Diet PillsThe TV- Charter; Lord DismissUs
Sunday will 'be the big day
the Today's Homemakers Campbell: Hall Hero I-
at new Agriculture Center,
Mayo Serreant-
Food and Drug Administration Illinois doctor treated about 100 when cated the building will be dedi- By'Martha'Sac McCain Hall; Vanished! Knebel; A
and there win be an Open
is moving to halt the sale of patients a day at an average fee House and refreshments; for County Extension Change of Skin Puentes: A

thyroid-digitalis pills that thous- of $20 each for a daily gross in- visitors. This will be a good Question; of Harmony. :

ands of Americans use to help come of $2,000. chance for you to visit ,the fine Home Economics. Ag.nt. Sprague: The Song of Otvid

shed excess weight.Dr. The FDA administrator. defended new accommodations set up Freed Rothiberg.
FDA his agency's slowness to act for agriculture In this county Adult Non-Fiction
L. Goddard
and to become better acquaInt. Sundwy February 18th per,..1 med.1um.fryer (disjoint The Care and Feeding of
commissioner announced the action against the pills by saying that ed with the services at Where will ': be that day?". ed'on.efourth) i cup. shortening1 Parents (Boone: The Message -
recently at a hearing of the early evidence some dating back Why attending the OPEN i' cup I orange Juice, one half of The, denes-Sullivan;

Senate anti-trust subcommittee, to the 1940s was not conclusive S HOUSE of the Bradford County .teaspoon nutmeg: one half tea. Origins or American (Diplomacy .
to justify having them Agriculture Center Where spoon icloves a'tablespoons soy
and was immediately criticized by enough Officials from Savelle; The Gentlewomen -
surrounding Blue? It 19 the to Da, fourth brownsugar
place sauce one cup
market. of Evil
chairman for taken off the -Hainlng; The -
the subcommittee '
counties have 'been Invited and 'r
not having done so long ago. But the FDA now feels it has there ,probably will be a big the thing for to do and we SUNDAY will be ,_ | English. Frost; Prelude to<>> By Lynn Hamilton of. Southern. ,Marine
looking -
you Cut
The new development is just sufficient evidence to prove that turnout of them to see what between 2:00: and :S:00 p.m. into,,Halve. and and,core sprinkle pears. with RIotJacobs; The Jury Ret IN TilE DARK ABOUT from all points around the boat.

one of a series of disclosures these drugs constitute a danger to Bradford County has done and Freih Winter Pearn, Kate High lemon quarters, Juice Combine flour t turns-Nizer: You Are Extra- CORRECT, NIGHT LIGHTS International Rules require a
to get ideas for their I ordinary- Williams; The Art about white In addition
areas. If you're In the dark light amidshlp -
pointing the fact that Americans health. From late fall to early alb ,and Dredge chicken -
up Dorchester So far as la known, we have pepper. And Architecture of Medevial correct navigation. lights for to the red and green. bow
Medical authorities in spring. can buy fresh In mixture and brown In
millions of dollars you
spending ,
are the best set-up for agriculture Russia Voyce; The Heir Apparent night cruising you've got aright lights and white stern light..
death of winter and be assured ofa Combine
said that the a pears hot shortening.
] annually on worthless and HI. : Robert And
with all facilities located at Kennedy to be. A safety engineer An option to these regulations
perhaps even injurious diet nurse there was due to "an accumulation one complex, in this section of high quality product. orange Juice spices Pour soy sauce over The Struggle for Power from the Outboard Boating says separate side lights can. be
of amphetamines" contained the .state. Being harvested in early fall, and brown sugar. min Shannon; Augustine of Hippo Club of America recently used Instead of the red and,

pills.Senate investigators were told in reducing pills. Other instances # the storage pears until are marketed.kept in Since cold utes.chicken Add and pear simmer quarters 20 and Brown; Heritage Embroidery termed the existing laws "one green lights.

that some doctors specializing in of death or serious illness The cold spell brought a they are harvested in a semi. .simmer 15 minutes longer or Williams:.Ceramic Design of the most confusing mishmashes How can an average pleasure

weight reduction prescriptions from the pills are suspected.In whole flock of 'birds to our ripe Htate and ripened after until chicken and pears are Kenny; Tolstoy -Tro- of contradictory state craft owner protect himself
yat; Formulas for Painters and Federal regulations that it from the
place including a tastflylngwoodpecke.r
the tender.':Makes 4 to 5 servings.To
much view of these disclosures coming to market. pearsare
charge patients as as $40a "
that. flew smack Massey. is possible to Imagine. law? The best answer ia to
to have the dinnermemi
week for dispensing penny those who are tempted to take Into the front picture window guaranteed complete the JuvenileIs No lens than four differentsets check with your local CoastGuard
freshest possible.If ( Rice
apiece pills that sometimes pro pills at random might paraphrasean and knocked himself out. Alice quality : Steamed: Buttered;Asparagus Anyone Here? Simon: of Federal rules prescribe office. Find out the

duce discomforting side effects. oft-heard warning: "Better be rescued the poor thing, and whoa.pears purchased are not fully! are ripe ad- Sprout Coconut Salad: Crtlll1Pie./ The World of The Candy navigation lights and it's impossible regulations governing the
you ;
An industry document said one fat than dead." was in the process of giving it vised to th at room LOOKING FOR Egg-Tresselt; The Pour Clever to equip your boat areas you plan to cruise'irt.
keep epears BE
I WILL with set of light.! that Is
first aid, when.. it recovered BrothersGrimm Rex- one Never take for granted that
suddenly and took off like ahot. temperature until their flesh YOU SUNDAY'A.FTEJRNOON! ; good !everywhere. To make your present navigation lightsare
; Dangerous Air ..
yields to gentle pressure. After BETWEEN: 2:00: A 5:00 P.M. --
rules are "
I I Want People To Like You ripening, they should be refrIgerated Kavaler; Brian WildamLth'eABC's direct matters contradictions worse. some of others. "good enough.
S S to retain their freshness. Wlldsmlth. Besides abiding by minimum
others troubled. The wrens also try to get in varieties' Tax Payments Kvinrude's safety engineers, lighting laws the smart boati.
isn't the maker when
Dale only are
Carnegie! one There are three
New like those of most other boat
our place but are much more Colors For man takes some extra precautions. -
apparently who has a recipe for This might be no more than beinga careful about it. A family of winter pears. The first one to Should Be'Identified companies have !been working It's silly to risks serIous -

winning friends and influencing good listener to someone who them, come regularly perch on Bosc.appear. (Being on the available market. Is from the License Tags with OBC officials on this In.'it"y or damage to your

people. a window, say "pood morning. problem. The U. S. Coast Guard rig. A good spotlight or an Inexpensive -
has a problem. September to February .it has Florida state license
Colpmnist Joe Michaels sug- ma'am" to Alice, then flutter Each ,the Internal Revenue Will tags has also been a leading force flashlight are "good
flavor that year
gests the following rules that are 6. Don't try to win every argu- away. They build nests in the a is spicy perfect, sugar-sweet for fresh eating or Service receives many payments from change black and colors white this to year-red In standardizing1 the navigation things to have aboard. at all

guaranteed to make other people ment even if you know you're carport and one of them selected baking. The distinguishing : from Florida taxpayers) and white. lighting! regulations so that one times. Carry a supply of traTba
an old boot as a ma- credited to the set of lights will be legal In all for all your lights and extra
like us more: right. All you can do is make an characteristic is Its russett color tha: cannot be The tags which won't go on areas. batteries for
ternity ward. and long tapering neck. proper account.These ale until May 1. will have red your :flashlight.
1. Remember that everyone has enemy if the other fellow is justas S SIn has placed Pleasure craft under 26 feet Run periodic checks of all wiring -
The Anjou are backgrounds
all-purpose payments and white num.n -
an ego which is worthy of respect. sure he's right. contrast to Alachua County thte longest season lasting a special account until they can alg/ 'in 191j8.Persons are governed by the U. S. In- and connectors. :Most of

Show a regard for his rights as 7. Be tactful. Give others the where most of the county from October to May. Becauseof ",be, properly Identified District wishing to reserve land Rules, plus a host of local these parts If cost only pennIes to
officials have already announced Revenue and regional laws. Inland Rules replace. you have special
texture and Internal
Its fine-grained, .Director of specific numbers may do so In
a human being. benefit bf the doubt, even though for re-election all is buttery sweet flavor, it is popular A. J. O'Donnell Jr., said, and Aprtl. For further information specify a forward red and cockpit or cabin lights they

2. Put yourself In the other you disapprove of their actions. very quiet here. This promotedSam as a fregh fruit for snack 'this delays'\ action on the tax contact the Tax Assessor's office green light and a white light should be shaded to prevent

person's place more often. Show 8. Remember that you yourself to ask. How Come? A and salads, as well a.. a fruit account. in. the courthouse. mounted on the stern visible confusion.

for the needs of have faults we aU do. Try to county official here grinnedand for baking and poaching. The Checks or money order submitted -
replied "We haven't any Anjou Is yellowish green color,. in payment of taxes
others. improve yourself constantly, but vacancies here." even when ripe. should be attached to tie bill

:3. Believe that your way isn't if you remember that you have S S For gourmet eating, the Cornice or notice received. If a bill or 4.P4a The Bradford County Telegraph
Speaking about the courthouse can be obtained from notice not received a
the way. Learn to shortcomings will accept others 1879
only right you
appreciate -
it looks now as If the October to February. Because note should be enclosed stating
people ,who differ with more easily. float plans for a new one here of Its elegant flavor and fragrance .- what tax payment 1 Ii' for the E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PuI UsherPlorlda'

You don't have to agree 9. Be modest. No one likes a will be finished soon and that It is mainly/ used for year of the tax and the typeof
you. Oldest
the commission will call forbids fresh eating and glfI)packs. The tax owed.. Be sure to include I Weekly Ksw..wpee PubifaheVoder C.uitisossy
just appreciate their different braggart. In about. six weeks. At beautiful greenish yellow skin name, address, alp code and N TIle Same ...* Hfead

point of view. 10. This might be the most Important times the commission may of the Cornice is often accentedby correct social security\ number.

4. Keep in mind always that of til the rules: Cultivatea have been accused of acting a blush of crimson. ODonneU had another word '
hurriedly but no one can say Skillet Fears and Chicken of advice: keep money order ruhltooed each. ,Thmrtay am* entered as Second CUe a Matter art tfce Post Offta
happiness is contagious, as is any sense of humor. The ability to Two to 3 fresh winter pears! Stark '
that with :Justification about _tuba or cancelled checks in a *. Florida nde At .< March' 3rd. U79.
mood jge grouchy and you'll see it laugh sometimes at yourself (anjou or Bosc). 2 tablespoonslemon .fat
ai.erlimtIsJim trade
the new courthouse. It was juice one fourth cup case you are requested to verify anal year *4.OO| S monttu, $2J3M.

catch on with others. is considered vital to a wellbalu ndor consideration four years flour three fourths teaspoon any: tax'payrnetvta.. ... 0 ... -l 1 year fU50Ju.| .* $ .5O

5. On occasion act as the peace anced person. alt, one eighth teaspoon pep

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f 99999..9rYY9YYYY9 V Vt On Sunday February 18, McClellan were Mr. and Mrs. York 09501. iHtrnanU property tojBotiyrnstotish the allegation of Bald 1 WITNESS my ha** 4"4 o*.
Marvin Futch of Jacksonville. \Viti' ; will tie C..m-I f CIVIL ACTION'ILARJORIm ) Florida, to-wit: ta..taT ..
Open Houae will be held In the plaint taken as I flclal "r 14 Court lad
C. LEVENBPlmttff. Lot 6, Blook 7. Lincoln City .
: home ,of. S/Sgt..and JUra. Crady .M. II.:1-owh- by you .... -. yrtseal bPftWt7.-"" ad
iAWTEY dr.; d.-Mn..Dan W. lte''MaI8.1On' "VI ,ACfMrs. .-and "IIIttp-II-8-ftMrW'8.I''ZIUIt. i r -This notion!. Khali be ubll"ed', -s..tb -ltalf-of 4lneeheaM CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk
Starling' tn Pauley and son spent the week Rt. as par map, of va Quarter Section S2, Township "
observance of their William F. Moss of Woodlawn ae-- once each week for four con By: Beulata M. ** od7.
Golden with Mr. Pauley's Mr. the 'Mma appears In the .ec'utty. weeks In the Bradford Case Mo. 240 6 South, Range 22 East t
Wedding: anniversary by parents has been promotedto of Deputy Clark 11SEAL .
By JIu.a: Blancbard, Starke current W*>Xlo raoorda .of County Telegraph. I/KVENTE. pursuant to the final decree f ,
their family. Fflen'da are Invited and Mrs. Obed Pauley.\ staff sergeant in the XT. S. B: rftdfora Countr Florida, Dated thin 17th day of Jan. Defon ant. foreclosure entered In.a cane ( ) :, f";
A&&AA&&A&AA&AA. to call between the hours Mrs. W. F.'Moore. Miss Ree- Air Force at Waco Texas. BXCKPTINO tbar'arwrn one nary inns.CHA.nt.1BS. The FRANCIS State Of Florida To pending In aid, Court the styleof arwtory. Oours, f Blrtto. (,*
lot LEVEMBaddreM which 1.I."ln.) Bcheyer'Bnd JohnaoExnbangn
d..lb.4 ..
Church Activities of ,three and live p.m. ney Moore and her fiance Sgt. Moss is an Aircraft eat. or b..lnnlnlf Soath- Clerk of the A.Circuit DARBY Court, '\ unknown JvHHle Brheyer' hie wife Plaintiff : N.t'l $. .pk'' n.L
'Mrs. W. M. Koddloh attended Dannie Thomson spent the propeller specialist with the ... p ado Lot 69.:, By Bnulilh 1\[. Moody YOU ARHJ HEREBY notified versus Eula Mae Raberson Tampa., Florid \ ,4t .. .
toaoe Methodist: Sunday the funeral of her nephew weekend\ in ;Tampawith the ,thana hm.North too feet Lieputy Clerk I that a- proceed for divorce and Jame. Roberson, her hua* Mvl" I 81
'1 TSool 9:41S.: Worship 11 am.StrApt Bruce On Tactical Air Command th.mi run Wa t too feet SEAL ha been brought In the Circuit band, Defendants : .
Boyer Saturday
Pheatham Peel In Jacksonvilleon family. lT
then. pun South : Court, for Bradford County, '"
:Baptist: School James Connally Air Force+ 100 faet.19t } 1/25 4t Z-1J : i iflEEDrREABYiCflSif >
Sunday Thursday of last week. evening: !Mra. Boyer hon thence ran Eut 100 feet to, Florida" against you. You are '
9r C 5.Nttirshlp? 11 a-m. and 7 VJBlt1ng .Mr. and .Mrs. O. J. ored -Reeney with a bridal Base. Point of;BYalnnlnt. I VOTH-H! OV hereby required to file with
''. ,A. the NAME OF the Clerk of the Circuit Court ?
pall Union 6 ifoeerq the above .
p.m.R PEI1MOXM! :
Anders the APPFIAni\O
during weekend pamnd TO Bt !
viYal'k I : shower.\ has Aefe.Aqt< and that on : vour answer or other pleadings
> Fvtcea will 'begin Sunday were Mrs. Anders ,deters Mra. Airman Edward Jackson Mon".1' 'the Uth day ot Fobru- I OWM.it: ; oilAHAM>0\EI: > tn.' said proceeding:, and to nervf"ODY
Mr. 'und Mrs. H. T5. Priest
+ 'mWfnbnj: and continue been assigned to the 3345th cry Uts. at twelve o' lock PROPERTY of snme unnn vvilMani R
Cora noon
Umnifrh'' Saturday Hodges! Mrs. Marian and Lamar, wore vlsltlntr Mr Technical School at Chanute on aid dal. at.'tll. East door i bt I Pursiimnt to Section 13 of Chap. flurwell. Attorney for Plaintiff.
Mars and son and Mr. and Mrs. the tsradfopd< 'woVi'v.J'lorlda' Statute' entitled 1nt'' North Main Street Galne"VlHe C m bjf.
:)HaBlifllJveniBsr! at 7:30: And Mrs. John Morris( In Hines AFB. Illinois for 12 weeks of Hnu.e, I County .C!>",. I Dlwpowtlon/ .
p.m. James Durham of Jacksonville> 'll'1J otter "* aae' and I of Un. 55)
Church of God: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Oft. over the Weekend.Mr. Jet Engine Mechanics before all $o 'the '''ll'&'h..t bidder tut I h.Vtp''' Pty Act", not I.,....I. i
Doyle Starling and MP'. "R. R. Lee attended Cash In ,.htnd, *". y".lv"n that the P"uon TTeretn fall not or a Default '
School ,10 a.m.. Worship 11 spent ..the'weekend with Mrs the Travel Show at the being assigned. to a permanent I prop.rty ot said above defendant
am. and 6:30 p.m., Y.P.E. Starling's sister ,Mr.... J. T. I base. I J to otlsfy. 'the aroreeaq 01' Intanll'lbltt unclaimed personal MY HAND and l enl any *t1lthtvMIe'1Pu MIP-4
Wednesday '''i:30: p.m. Prayer Norris in Miami. Coliseum on Sunday. I Airman Jackson Is the son :O.cUtIOh.: Mrs Kenneth Terrell' and son 5 D. <><" h, Sheriff County. Florida this 23 day 4r pose. .
Srvlcea Friday 7:30: P.M..highland : of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson Wmaford 7-023S-0002 nll/lar,1/ ''Wlm" ._.
!ur. and Mrs. Robert Rosier Kenny of Gainesville spent' the County lien. r.el., Sturke of Janonrr. A. T> THIS
) Baptist: Sunday; of Jacksonville were Sunday and Is a 1969 graduate of -1It Information ,. 11'1.. C1TART.I H aTi47tRY $25 to $600
: I weekendwith: Mr.: and Mrs. 2-29 concernlnoK. "''''rX of 'ho, Clrfiilt Court H
School .8:45;: a.m., WorahLp 11 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ,Jatne: Joe Dorko. BUS. He entered the .service 'Mf/'r10s2' ,Property amount Oor Iha'rlpUon ot the BY Bniilal. ) M. MoodT

am. and 7:30: p.m., Choir PractIce Rosier I Mr.'and 'Mrs James Waters after attending a year at St 'J'G 'DI6FIDRDRRpbpORD COURT adre". ot und the holder the, name may and boo ad._ 1/23 4t 1-1" DO VOtJ.JU'vlToo ... .:
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6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Vlsitiug Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter ,, Johns River Junior College, .' OUNTY. aln.d Inlr by nny ""..80na pOa8e"_ .
an Inl..r..t. !. The rir.-nlt (' Of The
Junior P1.ORIDA1 In onr
and a at Santa Fe : the '
were visiting in St. A/umii/' year iN IA..NCJ. by addr8"RJnll' an Droperty Fketh. .luillilnl. rirr-nlt In And tasttiy paVjsrtfflfai i ;
tine and enjoyed dinner-at PatfIck'a College LYSL1II WILLIAMS RY'Platntitf bred O. ", Inquiry Jr. State 10 For IIrn
DoWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ( >h! Seafood House on Satur- -.- .. Ah"n Comptroller
day evening.< Seaman Robert G. Starling, .vs.ADOPTION Capitol, Tulahasxea. ) .. Division. Plaintiff.No: 2281':1.'LA -Too imany :*>>UIa,''tol
C Plorhla
.Mr.. and ,Mrs. George Lest USN has returned to the *** Not. **1pefenilant 'sure to mention account Be. V* '
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 spent states aboard the deet ,.. b"r. name and RlIJr"H. num ': :MAE ROBPRSON! *t UX., .pay \.lyl:
of Davtona Beach a. .
inner puh1I0h'1
rogerTot 0aT0 In Ih''. nodes.. Dnf.nd.nLOTI91 .. Too l'lDa.y'
the weekend with Mrs. Last.InE'er's USS Robert E:. Truman 'Z.. APPFJAR proof ot Ownership I. Unless \ OPMAI.H FOIHCI.OIU"It: : : diLegt '
:KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS PHONE 473-3170 / slaters. Mrs. Hattie following three-month de DIIIIIr.. VIrglDlr,fUndy.. O.n. Del.. ens to the holder )t.y April presented U. II Y CLHR.K OF .. o. ,
You ar. hllr.by property will 1968. CIRCUIT COt: HT coming, .
b. ;
Barley; and Miss Slnna Pres- ployment In the Mediterran cult' for Addptfon.< notified bu tha a the lmlnIMtrotor. delivered to Notice I I" hereby tUfljl that A"y\ : I
Rental Services cott and other relatives. ean. He was attached to'' a : In the abov.been flied all turth..r clalFlI" mug Thereatter, the undi.rsli Curtad b.
I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. IB.(: 11:. Hunter-Killer Force as part of required to oalla. and YOOJ nam.d ar e. recto,1 FREn to the 0. Adminlxretnr dl. nf, Bradford Clerk of thn f'oitntv Circuit, Florida.will Court. Let Us Help With ;Your Mit..wy< I

HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL: CHAINS I i Lee end' john on Tuesday of the U. S. 6th Fleet participating an.wer or ple.dlnll'serve a copy to of your An AdmlnlKtiutor, DICKINSON, JR ,, on the 4th day of Marvli .
last week were Mr. and :Mrs In anti-submarine ex on the Plaintiff'the. Attorn.y complalltt I.S 2t 2-16 I DOM, at 11 :Oil AM.' at the front Problems :: .
CRUTCHES Hon.. __ door nf the Ftradford CountyCCnrthnnpe '
Nelson and H.
Clifford daughterMr.
h ._ erc1 es. aO& Temple Pierce J03 In the. City of
and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Seaman Starling Is the son and fits the Avail"original' Stark"'n the. Ft Oil'I. TRIO FLORIDA' CIRCUIT, r0l1R1 Utarke, Florida offer for. flaltmd TOWN FINANCE' Cdnt Ji
Warren ''-Pa, and Mrs.. .C. IB. of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling Court floe ot the Clerk ot the Circuit of "VDIC'AI. ( EIGHTH sell at pubtiic.nutcry\ to thi- -, .,!.f
Titus of Hawthorne. !Miss Karen on or before the 19th IN CIRCUIT Il N highest and lipot hlddnr for cash 226 N. ,
AND Temple :
of Lawtey. February, ass the following (wrllifd l propertyItuated rheited44jt :
.JJOBQDY WALKS SALE.- :NOBODY WALKSBONANZA'S L e'of Gainesville spent r oth.rwl.e COUNTY. : : In Bradford County,'I. ::. ",t .

.. ,.. .
with the family. .
Monday '..
Carl E. Larson Jr., son 01 f -. ., .
"NOBODY Mr and Mrs. Carl E. Larson of :;; ,

WALKS SALE" 9.9.. 9YY..9.9....' Starke. la attending the Air' -0'', "i'! ...r"V .

University (AU) academic Initructor .
.1 1 "
"See The Guys With The Red Ties" NEWS\ ABOUT course at Maxwell -

They Will Be Offering' .dqe YFB. Ala.Larson I '
a!::3 Each Customer i
was specially selected
A Large: 'or the Intensive sb o week pro- ItS
'M".J '

: GE AUTOMATIC ,WASHER r lulled'essional as training'part of:the that AU la Aca-con' 1. ,

FOR ONLY $89.00With lemic Instructor and Allied. Of.
leer School the teachers col- 1tLi ....... .. ,

,Every Mobile Home Sold !XI t age of the U. B.-AJr.Force. : T7 I

During February r '''Larson Is a systems tech- JtS here ; ; ;
lolan for the Aerospace De-

.. PRICES START $ tIj' sr iM one Command .at..Watertowltoft' :
.4 995 \ Force Station N. Y. ;
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,,. UjS. AIR FO1WR S, Thailand .. f.
f Z ;J."fI."

I; On Large 12 x 64, 3 BR, -hose Sergeant mother George is-Mrs.W.Jaeqoe-Dobson. : Its'ee: I :

; 1 Y 1 Bath Mobile Homes g <{ne N. Hall of 1231 'Butler I jv,6i: :
See bur Big Selection wad Starke, has 'been rtcogilzed 5 .1 ., ,
.C \ for helping his ttnlt earn 000 ';0 .' 'J
Now I IOPEN St00.
':BONANZA I he U.S.Air\ ''Force 'Outatand-

DAILY I 'T.g". Unit Award.

t :; M' ) LE 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.SUNDAYS I The sergeant repairman an -aircraftItiipment In ,the its .. : '7.."

1 p.m.: to .8 p.m. 53 I 258th: Strategic Wing at '1T- yours"!

'. rapao Airfield, Thailand will
... wear the'distinctive' service rSb .
\. Bank Financing y Samuel H. [Sammy Eunice
The bon as a opet'man.entdecoratlon;
Seaman Apprentice, U. 3. NavY
1 I. n "Just Look The unit was For
The tIjI recently completed. njne
I Area Tall Cowboy" weeks of boot training at achieving an exceptionally tomorrowl.
meritorious rating during the'
a Largest = ". BONANZA I Great Lakes Nayaly! ,Tranlng} period July 1, 1966 to 'June'30,
Center .
$% I J nUnol
1967 wMle operating on a base .
Volume After spending
OQ 14dayleave '
Z that was still in 'the 'early .J.
Dealer 4431 N. W. 13th St. with his parents Mr. stages of construction and ( "
and Mrs. J. H.. Eunice of
Gainesville with the minimum amount of ". ,
0t Lawtey he will report to theUSS equipment and perootuMl.\ .. J
-< :' Boston, guided missile .r
Phone 372-4285 a Under these adverse conditions,

ship in Boston Mass for sea the 4258th. Wing a'Chleved' .-,its ,'

duty.His mission of performing aerial ,..
new address will be f'"
: refueling support for Pacific
NOBODY WALKS Samuel H, Eunice. SA BJ1-85- Air.Force operational requirements u > ,

t 04) USS, Boston FPO New in Southeast Asia and ",,,,..--

launching dally strikes'by B-S2

aircraft against targets. in

South Vietnam in an outstandIng ,
+ .
: :
manner y' :

Keep ri, 2 t pv '.

Over a million floridians are enjoying I James D. Seymour Jr., 35 +

whose parents' Mr. and Mrs.
year 'round comfort because
James D. 827 N. Wal-
Seymour> ,
t this el winter- Reverse-Cycle air conditioning Is the I! nut St., Starke, was promoter.

safest, cleanest cheapest way to hea j to Army first lieutenant Jan AMpg .f *'Fgttt it del aa
27 while serving as an interro st
and cool their homes.
.gation officer with the 4th 'I
''r COO I n.extsummer I Infantry Division's '4th Military t .j .c C 3

Gives you constantly freshened, ". I Intelligence Detachment at!

t filtered air. in a quieter, mor I Camp tenarl, near FleiKu, ,, 5'F&4t '

.' healthful home I Vietnam. *ii)",1 i k it1&'vha,7

I >Lt. Seymour received a bachelor t '

One compact unit saves space and tho of sclenie degree In .1085: Mvr .. t3eI
from Florida State t-
Universityat ; t
extra cost of
separate heating and Tallahassee.

cooling systems.

A Flameless Lawtev Man
> electricity eliminates fumes,

:, t smoke, soot and odors. No fuss no. Shot -In FootA

muss..Just dial for year'round comfort ,..,, .

9 x t: as you !like it.winterorsummeK. 26yearoldLawtey( man;; l w t

Danny Phillips, was. accidental''.
See your electric air-conditioning ly shot In the foot with a .22 r,'l '

I. .,' contractor or appliance dealer today: caliber rifle Monday night ,. "' 1
ei C .
: A J as he left the C. W. .ThOmas '
Restaurant i'1 .r; t
According 'to 'the Bradford TYw

Sheriff's Office several wit-

'D t nesses leaving with Phillips all a

said the shOOU.'rt> w.uPIae&f 1 : s ;

)- depfal. The bullet went..ride-. d 1

w&V through Phi111p'egGsgt,,.: r rI 1

I Tde shooting took pleas out Y/t ,
( side the restaurant, aoosffttNg 5 1

I to Deputy,..Sheriff A. JJ:. Brown,

The rifle was .awned ,feyJfm- ; .
M ; I '
34 1 +rtiL my iWgglnDotiteg11.," t tmggIbgotu .T a fl

en l..and..'several ,
I Ii b friends were bUtsraeth.? reatauJ i Atiqv
f ;
rant';When ,Hlggln1>othatti ,lolled

'..p this. Wfl&.V.
hi. ar artitlIPsd.;; rfRi94lL10
v axmf had been toned -fof-.;.IhooOtJr<<

(f tr birds 1I\.iL tl'lIMIberty"'tJt1d.
the ''
I' depufty: repettsdPalliipe
. 5 apse fawaledet' O e

K;. t1o Bradford County Hospital.

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NOTICB Qr ollll..W,1l'1.. .,54 .>> : ,.
I Notice M T .r,t>:y ...tA }flat t.
P. D. Roddick aheNlt'et.Brtd-'' ( ; 1
4 ford County. iafleeda I .re..s. .t 4 i''t tf
by vlrtue ,) f t..9t. ,J!;"t.QIIto gn
WIt: .
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR i Bx cutl'Claim. ,* tIed: :l.out. ..t..a11! > .
Qeyt qfl&I 'opdrlCean- t 'r.. a
fUMEUSS ELECTRIC ty. Jl'lor.Pu.r.\oI..t] )|\ .10,* fjuali ,rt
..Jfa cheaper,tool i Judgement .Tot -1'.r-W.c''l'a,,,,,,,,
and aUMtt vTUyd '.Kit >.... '5 Cw
f.ndant ta>tb..am.uji a- t 1 '
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k t .tL.OIDA I POWI a.Lllllrt OOYIAIf at a potMttlit,....... ,..11 fal.8 .5
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; *ulor''7t*!.:.1 B-os. DEEP SOUTH' STRAWBERRY5ot.. HERSHEY KI Regular 73*! ,1-Lb.. Can Limit'1'1 of Your Choice: with $5.00 Order .. 'a, r_

Preserv.t J s..39Canay-.24 9 Actr (o"lllee' -.. 38C

vft ojilar 35*...250-Ct.,ARROW.'PAPER Regular" D" *..3-lb. Bog THRIFTY MAID LONG GRAIN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0aIv

: .JI1.Wfft .9 Rlce. .39t Regular( 79*.COFFEE. .Limit 1 Co'-, of Your Choice with $5,00 Order
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Sanorn 48'!
t AWL:VARIETIES (Except Clam Chowder,.&Oyfttw smr ,.PJNEBREEZE GR. AFRESH FLA. ALL WHITE .
.,.: L'It '. CAMPBELL MEDIUM: ..y" Regular 62 .Of$. KRAFTS ((7* Off 'label) Limit 1 with $5.00 Order a

SOUPS ''EGG'S" Mayonnaise. .49
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Regular 63*..GOLD MEDAL..'Limit Iw1th$5.00 Order -l .
I 7/5'1./ 2 DOL 79t ,. I

Four. -It..5 IB.BA<. 4,

;.... ."..No. 303 Can.ASTORPrune *R... 3..1: 13V&-OX. SWIFTS ;W y
I I Regular 53* .. 24-oz. Limit 1 with $5.00'Order .
ifr it Cocktail 4/1. Chili_ w/Beans 3/2 $.. 1 ;

R.p. 294 ti.No. 214 Can THRIFTY MAID Reg.,20#r.No. V4'Conm VAN CAMPS CrlscoOII. 39 -
Plums 4/$1. Sausage .v E:5/$1. ooeeo.o000000 .
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46x. THRIFTY' ?AID- R o. 20<;.No.'303 Con THRIFTY MAID. 12-oz.. Cans ALL FLAVORS ..
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Fruit_ Drinks..4/i.;; Tomatoesle ChekQ.lnks.15I.
j+0. 33<..46 os. THRIFTY RK.,174..No. 1 Con PARD .

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HI IS ... 39 c. 'EW: II. 29 PORK STEAKS .5911b. <

:'. W-D.BRAND LEAN..1 Plus 100.Free Stamps With ':Coupon 1 .Baa COPELAND FRESH HOT OR MILD M.

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Pofatoes..T. I 10 5f
THAIFiYMA1DAf111flronkfl lAG ,
POTA.ITOES, 10 39"

.r. Delicious Appes! 49'1r '
.; \ $1 "yi1n : FRISK

: ; r 4mH .. I I :LB' ,I 1 laP0Boooeo' ', '" 229.orrOI5.239.; THE SEASON"FLORIDAOranges. ', I;, t r'
'-.L: Pfcd. MORTON ,s. '--jliv'* LARGE FRESH STALKS I ( ...........5 & 59;
.M't. Pies: ...S/$1 : LARGE FRESH HEADS.

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,Mcmf OCOMA qBRCJkEN. BEEF Dinners OR TURKEY MEAT 39* I 1 EX.TR.ar.d7(GREENSTAMPS!!! I I EX.TAA.. GREENSAMPS! ': I I aex.-R4.dtiI..GREEN!STAMPS. I lI I EX J%$:!!.!STAMPS A.at. .1 I EX dl GREEN!! !:!.!STAAMrPS R ;
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w.e -AND .wNrLARK MHIMORock *what OM CYT uF THICKSlk I "
54k DRENCH..: FRY : Waft.. : D&D fresh Fryortaoa : .. d Bacon .
Chop I..f Stealu ? : J. ** Bar ,. 1 .... rOOD '
frt"1-.:.Polatoes....... ...79 .--...!'--_- u..oo.M.rN.ur.1.. ._---.A j.-.-. .. __ Noe w.r...tN.Yra..fa.ur. ---..-. .... :.ii-.--u--.f..u..u..oo w.-TMKU..r..w"rn.ur<8 ,- nwr Tumi u..w n> .. u.:., -,.----- _.._...nwr..TMitu..u..u.ua-! ....
I ..]!( I I. dx GetD+ STAMPS ': I dx..GREEN STANDS, i I I dri GREEN.STAMPS. I I dx GREEN.STAMPS ;.
.,SI 6"I.UP' Chunke" $1 1.99 *7 x.TAA..1, .M ..N.r.. ..... .:. i ININNOTIMMMUMV.*. .a-!..*..MMUW4.. < :. ..... i.
WHlft. ""'11.IOOW l.7AYr.oL.rMr : W'D ""NO LKAN' .10 xa*" :
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IIICTlON!: J PAGE I a IIIL\DPOIIB 'I7M'Jr: '''DCLIlllftI\PII. 'B1'AE! > ... n..oamJE + ... 'TIIURStJA.Y, .FEB., 15. UBI


1., Services Held 10. following a lingering ISflees. two \\SIster.: Mrs. Lena carroll MADISON. STREET
of Austin Tex and Mrs Anna BAPTIST CHURCH
Monday For Mra Gregoire was 'born In Gayle Leach of Starke. sunday -School, 0:45: a. Ill.MomlM .

.. Mr.s. Gregorie Austin Texas Jan. 21. 1920. Services were Monday Feb. Worship,11 a.. ::11:1.1:
Survivors Include her mother 12. from graveside In Santa Fe Youth Choir Practice 7:30: p.'
Mrs. Emogene Gregoire 48. Mrs. Lula Brewster of Cemetery with Rev Luther, McGee m. Youth Choir Supper, 5:45.:
..Jt Stl1rke died In the Starke Austin. Texas: a brother, Wil.Ilam and !Rev. Donald Willls of.flclaUDg. Training Union 615: WMt1.
u Nursing Home Saturday Feb I Ray Drlekell serving In Banal was in the I' Prayer Circle 7:15.: Evening
the armed, services In Germany: family plot under direction of Worship 7:30.Wednesday: ,
I r____ 1 DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home Prayer: Meet.ing -
J Visitation. ':15 p. an
:"'" Serving Florida Seryices Held Church Choir Practice 8:30.: .'

Since 1950 Norman L. Redding. Interim: _.u_ ___ ,

pi 91of' i tJ &w .. g. Monday For putor .. '

tit! .........,. ......... .. --- -- .......... Mr. Wade 67 FIRST 3tfrnlODIST STARKE ICDURCD: BAPTIST BAYLESS' mGII\tA CIIUBCHSunday !, HUBClI: CHURCH CHURCH

Et Sunday Church School Schedule of services: can Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School lOa. m'
; Schedule of.Nl'V1 '
ee: Sunday
t' 9-15: a.m.: Morning\ Worship 8ehool. 10 a. m.: day School>>l. 8:11: a m. Mora'Ing :Homing Worship,, 11 a. m. MornIng Worship II a. m.;
Charles 'I'lIlman Wade 61. School, 10''a.m. Worship, .11
\ 11
'Service ..
Mrs Carolyn; Cordially of Starke died In Starke hOR.pltat 11 a.m.: Snack supper for Morning: Worship Warlllrlp.! .10:41: In.I and 7. p. m.-.ReT.. Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.I+
S&J Eaves Feb following MYF 6 p.m.: MYF meetings B., m.t Training Unloh; 5:30p"m. : a.m. and 1:30: p.ol. Training I Training Union, 1:45: p. m. Baker; pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Saturday. 10. Evening Worship,, 7:30: Union,.0:30: p.m.,- Rev. Jack
Representative JV Welcomes an 41lnosgof several moo the. 6:30: p.m: Evening Worship, :. : : Evening Service 7:11.: MidWeek Thursday Visitation, 10 a'p. m. Sing earls Friday at 8
A retired employee of m. I. 1:30: p.m.Monday. p. m. Stolte pastor Prayer SenIIae Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m. p., m. Rev. Haney Lane p.) ...
I Ph. 964.5H2 You and Your DuPont 'CD.; Mr. Wade wall MYF Sub-District Prayer Meettnw.WecI., I:3QPo : : 7:46 p. saSMTRNA tIor.
122 N. Bay S& Family to Your born In Willleton! N.C.'Aprll: Banquet In Starke 1:30: p.m. ,. m.:. o. An Jeet1nI.J'we: A. KINGSLEY LAKE NEW RIVER BAl'TIS'I
Starke New Home 8, 1900 the *on of tl11' late'C. Wednesday Bible Study .7:30: p.. m.; ,CboIr Rehearsal.Wirt. .. BAPTIST -CHURCH MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST'
L. and Evelyn Bates Wads and Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. ..;!7:30: p. IlL: Eroth -. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sundry 8ctaool. 10 a m.Mornnz .
\ Thursday Chancel Choir meeting. last Monday Morning Worship .11 a. m..Training WonhIp .u .. School lOB.
After retiring from DUPont hood 1:1.: W. Pratt St. Sunday : : 'm, Sunday m.
The State 01 Florida Mr. Wade eerved .al a patrolman Rehearlal! ; 1:30: p.rn; In ,adah. Rev.. ;DsvldMee Union 6:15: Po m. services: Sunday School 10 Training: t1n1on T p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m..
Friday -' Junior Choir Rehearse ; Evening service 7:30: p. m. Worship, 8 Training 8:30
with the of Starke.He ; preto'r p. m. .Union p. 111
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and City ]. 3 p.m.REVIVAL. Midweek: Prayer Service a. m. 'Preaching 11 a m.
was a member the First I Wednesday night service, ]livening Service 7:30.: PrayetMeeting.
1". AN Wedneeday'7:3O: p. JJ1. ,Come Training Union; 8:45: p: 'm.
To Acquaint You With Your City. M01tf ROAD CHAPEL
; Methodist Church of Starke Evening Worship 1 7:30: Po m. Everyone welcome.L. Wednesday ':81
'alJd Bradford Lodge No. M.F.. AT LAWTEY TO BAPTIST BEGIN I Sunday-: B. m.:dvnday let. ,WI worabip. .together.. Everyone welcome: r- p.:Elder: m. L. Parker. putor. R m..aev.: B. H. BuU .

If ;you are new in the area, a phone &A.M. Evangelist Billy Kelly will School...11:00: a.:.. ;' Morning I'DlB J.8TD: .ArJU k A. O.\F1ynn\ pastor. piston
Survivors Include the wife; begin a'aerles: of revival !Ier-! Worship, 8100 p. m. Training Bumpy School, 16':'..;, m I I"REILBRONN
call will bring you a prompt visit Mr. Nina McDaniel Wade of vices at the Lawtey Ba.ptlst union, 7:00 Po m. Evening. MorD&tN.Woralll.: .... 11,.. m FIRST PRESRYTRRLt11 SUndQ: :IIb1e! Study 10S. BAPTIST

front your local hostess. Please give Starke: a daughter Starkertwo MI'II.,broth BettyReglster'of Church starting Sunday. Feb. Wordtip Pr..s.mo.e: [Boclater hand. I Sunday School P:45: a. at. m.: Morning Worship and Sunday 'Schuol ii:45 a :!!Io
I ; 18. Services will ''be .held each Wednesday '-,7:30: Prayer YOOIIIIf ...... aDd Pz.yervisel. Communion Service 11 a 111. Morning Worrtdp II a. 11Ion.SnJnZ
I 1 her a caU! She has maps and many ers Ga., :and raDber Jud Wade Wade of of McRae Bruns-! night starting at 1:30: to'cJock. Servtoea'1et a.nd.3n1 WelSnea4 $ ... 0 ). ..n ZvenmgWorship. Morning Worship. 11 a m. Evening services! 8:30.: Union, 8:10 p. m.

free and wonderful gifts for wick Oa.; three slaters. Mrti.Bert1l.a through Fab 24. I nlghJt-7:00: p. m.. ,.Family.! I 'I: ,..m: :Mldweltaerrlce. : Youth J'el1ow. hlp. 6 p. m. Wednesday WorshIp 8efV-, TraIn1nI', Union 7:00: p. m.
you Evangelist Kelly u 'ft11- NIgM.BBTHEL. ;Choir Preotic. Wednesday. I Evening Bernce. 1:00.: Midweek -
Johnaon( of McRae .Oa., i CHURCF8Widay : WednNlu. 7:30: ( fee 7 p. IlL Minister Jack P.Bell. .
from local
businesses. Mrs. Bart We.eks'nd .Mrs. Eateile known In Bra. and the pastor or the o: urch. p. m. Wednesday.:
Robert D.
I Scarborough, bath of I '8shool,16 a. m I tee:. JIwoda. '
r ,Roy E. C. Harval' .extenIb a Morning Wonll1P. II a'. I.
cordial welcome to,the public
Evening .WonbIp. !IO m
to attend all of..these services (
Pratt MetUn., 1:11: P. eaWednesday.Rev.

/Of'I. tars, pastor. J.. C. JleII-- An { Future
REVIVAL 1 Inv8slmentynIYouF
>"q8fman.; 0a: .... ,
Services were MondilY. Feb CIIVBCII Of' GOD422t .
12. from the First Methodist ;
Church with Rev.'V.., J'Ragsdnle : \ N. C1Air St? Stlark4l. 1.1110CH.OICA.L

officiating. Bul'l.aJ was In Sunday Soltool.-1O.-s.. 11I.Worship ..- .
Crosby Lake CMneterY, under Services:' 11 a. m. and 7
FIRST BAPTIST 'CHURCH. direction of DeWitt C. Jones p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. m.Pra.yer _
-.< Fgneral'Home. :Masonic. rites Meeting. Prtdaiy7. pm.Rev. : ::. ';;::;:::K_;.:.:_>..:-:.-_: :._:>:::_.>. .-<0.<. ,.!_.:.>;..,>.',.. were perfoinied'at gr v&.slde. L. S. Williams put' -

(I Landscaping '. ... 'NORTHSiBEiBAP1TBl.... '. ,' .. ..>:;.r" .Who is.I at"' ,, ::;

FEBRUARY 18 IIJDU 24 Set Sat. At .': Located pfl'' JS&,xrs sighs .: ':
-- 7:3Q: P r4. School 1 1A e
Hampton. way 811.[ ll5lat Rafford ..o.Isn'.iIJ. ': the Helm 1 ?
[ Services Nmdaf .. .
J .
NIGHTLY ,k'r. plantbig'day to Beautify
Shoot, ,10 !s:\II& Russia' guides 'I
the new Hampton Elementary lives?Are'tre, 3 1&i; i:
NDnSnw Wot'ishIP: II, $.' m .11. Who our
School Js set Saturday Feb. 'I'. .
: Training vrdo i:30.fBvenfag .. 1I i r' withoutabelmsrnaf1AraWertdnifts t : '

r'a ci BILLY KELLY.EVANGELIST 17. by the. Parent.TeachersAseoclat1on. Service ';30. Id1d.. 1 going DQ'S place7> f Jj
,Donations of shllbbery or Week Prayer tmOe<< : Weq. I :;4I
day, 730.: Lanhon. be Iio Cod who 1a ""c ; '
will be appreciated -Ravi Glean .. 1 Thanks ,
money Daetolri. : '.. -0 1DEDAN : -. : r ,N.tir 4ea 'I
r I the PTA: says.Arrangements. BA.Pr1ST'CUVaCH. Ji He is WalhDg' to guide lIS, tIo P 9,v ; .J1

1 will be made .. the all manner },:
"" BROOKEIC.: 't' : how us way a ,M ,
;1 to ,piCk shubbery Up' 11 the 'Sunday, School. :.10.. 'mMorning' of seas. How g1orioull to know there ''"# :fi
donor Is unable to transport r :
Powerful .
Delivering I Wpnil1IP.\l1' .. .11\\. I. '
I o It to the .school. Training '. Union. 8:30: p; m1, :; is such a One!AD of 118 follow eoma : 4+ d' ;$ ,

Dramatic Sermons Evening fIeontlce...'1:30.: -: ev.J i "j one; some standard, lid tile tne iii }j: 1!

&, 'ON DON DEVELOPMENT"GROUP h ILL COMMISSIONED Lacy ConVo'3'. pastor: ". I. .' .S: standard Is God land His WOEOJ.: / t if.<: I

Secretary of'State Tom Ad- BOATDRAiN.....,.. 'BAPTIST '1 :: Let Jlim take overthe wheeL Be 1":. "
::t Invites .all. his .friends to ams hal announced the commisslontng CHURCH s.-UIU!::, .:
of Don Hill, or Pllnctlty- School;; 10 .a.n..11' 'I' doesn't promise smooth sailing aDI ,h

I': "orne meet him in Lawteyin Hampton u a member of the Train4hg!dormpg' Union Worship J 111 'am Eve-.', I ::iE<; the time, but He promises to guide yr ,
Bradford County Development p.m .
: sung .Worship. T' p.m. Prayee.1 11II through the storm, aDd show 11II I; ..f
these dynamic and io'.1 Commission. District Four. ,
c .
w :Meeting:. Wed'eda3'.T.tp.m.Church'pf'Jai : I:: the way over calm aDd sweet but j'?

spirati na)' meetings. AdJuatab Vlmll Book. CblIMOt': eometlmes marker.Jes eas.
I LaUer-d :
t Saints I .
-.1 ,Co'ftr.. AU ... 10 :rats e"j 416 Eat1'CalI'.SLll' J .J.: -dnd tV Lord steal ?ate tike "''

i .t The'Telegraph. Services.: I . nttinually, flllllI satisfy Ur III01&l it I Idrovgkt
: I Priesthood. '8:45: ; r .$lalda7: I ; '
; school 10:00Sacrmpent: / << i :; and make fat UtI '-
I 'e:1
\1 J 11:00.: : 4 3 ,. f:: :
i, t; awn till. .11lJ1. k like a ?
Branch' 'Plesidehtt ; 'I'Ib \ I ( 3
.n'. .HaI'Wm.f: 86..s278.. .'. 't1 (garden, and like a spring 01 water ::

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF 'GODr % whuae u.'a/flrs/ fail not"lsaias /1

OF.' ST.\RJtE. 's I, : >: : / 5811a' ; i})

West .Weldon' :at. and ;tai : ; ; :.
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lord RoM. h:i: : ::tvwn''r''yvi:: ; : :::'::' r: '@.1'.1'w'u.: :;:. ; a' aL'dab: i4 ':' ':';::::' pia':a nJ;: : +'a2boS :'d,'.aF :$: r''kSii':: '',};.
Sunday Sohool: 10M': : m. '
11:00: a; m.:VOmolntr Worship: Zf ..o..c.. ..W'J.-J.. Uk.:...;,.Aspaa.tN.Lda..IN.M..W. Rr
IQO: p. m C.. A. $e1'9SOe8:' 700pip.Eve.nge'lattq :if r....erd"Nil.....din. mu.Mny. ....Mwtimgh.rthiu. ,. ........ Mr :*
servtcee.Wedne.idav ."s'"h M..d. n. III .aw.. M. d w. p.aaad. .,. ,agar. ., rM .I 1A will loot t thi ]
\.0 : 7:30': p.m., Midweek : \ ; : pnam sad \. ....... wIIido _..,...d..i sill ""iItWr' ,.11II. ......- A.: :l
Payer' Meeting : If..... .11Ift.. pal d. ..._..... ...,., 11M o..c1I la. a.. "I .e. wolf.. !:: .1t:!.1St 1.J: }
I Pastor:.Rev: George'Green.I 1 hewn. ad .hta.tr./ ..,... as.. ........-r ,..'.iIald. Mod. .. ,... ?
Jr. ':!O ... Mt.. "", .110 lA." 0IudI ea..a a ItII m awh.. alit-',flit, _III ..d detI.r" ,a. :<(/11 not ,HI
.. ............ \oQ 110' ( :
nova 1IAI"J'I8'I' CUVBCDttnsbwsy ,: IruIII- ..1c1I ..will... cWI"W. CeIeA.i ..-. ;il
'1" .. lTa.rearl8nodar "
: ".& ibbl'0'' ,.:#1.:,,.::''.. ;___ W ?!:' W : $.<;: 5 '?*' :wm: }W : ,kit i.il caila3SiC I

Y W V' .34 Morning Worab1p-l1 a. III

Training 'C'nton-8:30 p. m. 'ml. Feature Published in the Interest of a.Better
Evening. ";W9iahtp. :..- ,7:15: : Community by the Follow.
A eL
p."';.. I
iq Civic.Minded Business
; rue Fdkrr.el !G.u.; Firms
Wedne8la.7' Night![s7er
tieMcea7O p. ;m., Rn., FAULKNER '
In 1/2-/ and 3/4-100 PickUDSnOli ; "Itrle Packhsm, pastor. SINCLAIR SERVICE Edward: Grocery & S"'ARK. BUILDERS

all lOur
Clievroiei giVeS YOU : -J U-HAUr. RENTALS '

"SUnday'&ho .+'1:4S\8.: \ .tn. Truck _, Trailer GI'ONrleMeatllFeed' rtortal' Ace hardware.
VompJete Paint sappu..
Morning W r8h1P.'.11 m.
a.1 ;
::-= \ aerman: 'Ood.Hath Complete Lubrication Gas a: 00 MId 8rorttnc Oeocb

r ;e t By His Eln.".:rrr.lDJn. Spoken: I Minor\ Tune-ups Ph 864..5312: starke, 'Ft.' wriu 11. rJMT':
6:15.: ,
: Evening .
e. Ip s1C Washington 8t. 644270'DOYLE '
on Sunday evet Nr. Feb. T09 .Walnut Ph.. 964-589' .
; 18, we will: be honored to ban '
as special speaker, Mis.:"Neal: CONNER .4 Lawson Meat Market
Cross of Pan ana City. who
k d Fun doll Doubleftmct10naJ hu been to L CJ1I,1 tepu.1a.oyrlth 'lnaurance Agency AND COLD STORAGE

coil spring lallorttd Sb'Gna iJ duck her dentist, I h1l band .:seven' 'OF STARKE, INC. W.ApecfaUs. -1 6e ''OaIItnm BMeghten.
.\ ICI ride! lower conSlrUcdOl IMlng times doing free dental work, S.A.V-E ..... Cutang" WrapplDc-
and special mission work. Mrs. U.s. 301 NORTH d
r For vr-
ti This Is the truck ride The right power for Chevy pickups are Chevrolet'apickupcf ; Goan Is a coUt$1n$ of Mrs. LelIa With Your Mutual) Agent '' ,rfev. Deep
lyou'lIlike best-with your purposel Save double strong f for sign gives you per Mundy. 11\ coiuiectlon, with Ph 9U-7600 Starke, Fla. ''rnONl!: 16&-1049
truck-built coil springs with the 250 Sixblgyears of use. Cab formance advantaget her mesaage? she will shoW 222 N. Temp) Ph. 964-7369' .-
all four wheels. In- gest standard six In areas and Fleetslde such as road-hotding pictures taken while In Ciuatemale. -
dependent Front Sus- any popular pickup body side panels are stability. And driver.t. The p1b11> Is invited to VICKERY GARAGE
t.// pension adds extra Larger Six and four double walls 01 sheet conveniences like bet ?' attend this Alerv1ct at 7:30: p. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Emoothness. Get the vas-up to 310 hp. metal. And you get ter visibility. See fo m. i iMOndaY' 528 S. Walnut St. -
I exclusive Chevrolet Biggest selection of long-life benefits from yourself at your Cheo '" : -'R. A. Meeting S Phone 96-S.6022 TELEGRAPH
I" ride thatsaves wear on power In a popular new outer body conrolet_dealer's. p. m. ro1ith Choir Practice 7p. ESt
" .diiveetxuckandcargol pickup1 atruction that fights 4J m. Complete Automotive '
:1' ; rust more effectively.,,, Tuesday .Junior Choir I REPAIRS Phone 964.6305 0 H 1'R 0 L
: Sunbeams. 1:30: p. m. Primary
J Choir 4 Po iv..New River A&aocIaUon '; For Every Need I'rintingo--Offlce Supplies i OIIRA t .
Gel more..Del aU four al !your/ Chevrolet dealer's now"" ,', Evangelism Clinic,

1 5 p.'mr .SUPJer'.t''. 8 'p.' m.Serice ALTERNATOR SERVICE -

L"I JOb Tamer pICkUPS __ 8 p: m..resumed First BaPttst."lBta.lke.Wedneeday .,945throuall. 539Phone,964 St. Starke, Fla

_.._-....._- .-..................,.............-........-.................-.....-..-......-............-..............w.d ;::- Prayer MeetIng Charley E. Johns BRADFORD Inspectlons'-674: 5 for FREE
-. 7 Po pt, Church Choir, .Agency": ( & Estimates

>.. 7:45.: ,
i1 BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC. 'I11W'8daYV1&1tatJon Day, rUI .. walnp. I'll. 86--5010 Company Hurst 'SheU Service

Week: ''Day''BibleClass: ; ; 10 a..' OENZRAL DYSURANCB 158 W. CALL ST. CARL IJURST I.q I.

l@ 301 m. Visitation;;7v'm,: lrwaU arar x.bedyLeto Usdee.edle Hsyx301; : Bt 100 Ph. .j-61U
u. S.
:. NORTH PHONE 964.7500 STARKE, FLA. --W'.Jklnan., ,PMtGr.t I.,. tbael .. Ase.oy 3tarke, Fb. Ph 961.6881 eon 8. Wa1..f, Star e

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