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 29, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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:iiLIElurse Education," Mind you, I said have sacrificed! for years for state by the little man tileaverag'e but every teacher who has resigned say that I am dIHmn.VI" at file dolly hurt 0""I' 1"Vf I I II
mllny you : the children have 'been. short better achoole.3The .
taxpayer. ( l le making a personal apathy displayed by the peopleof by my II1COIl91I1l'I'III. al'llOll .t.I plll.Y the attributes listed
changed, not the teachers, for bill does not provide 61.'Dr years the. teachers sacrifice to bring to the attention Bradford Courtly III all 7]'hn.,e or you who I."ow, IIll', 11VU, and give me one-hund-

they were satisfied with their neeesRary safeguards as to haw have been asking for a prn- of your parents what we understatlIDlent. rrdlze brat my 1".9t.. love Iii ,roI. ,( cent at all times I
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pay raises. this .money wlll be spent by fesslonal negotiations committee feel is! our last chance for Perhaps, this crisis 19 It blessing ('lIadlingan.1.. 1 certainly would
can expect no less from
Listed below are some ot the the counties, the function otWhich/ quality education for this ln disguise In that will me.
An Open Letter To The Athletes we not do anything to hurt ,any We at BITS have
Of Bradford 11ugh. basic reasons why the 21 -The Lt'.gls1ature limited would be to meet with the sta te, have a mOl'c enlightened, public boy In our athletic program. football tl'1l1tlon.! based a proud
teachers In Bradford County every county In state to a .10 school boards and have a voice I stopped getting paid the about the problems of eduation All a coach )leis can 1 ask mutual on
and hard
Dear Boys, and thousands ot others over mill lO1vy. This means that ln educational affairs. After clay I resigned, yet I have, and what they can do. to you to sacrifice. to work, In- '''Hk, I r''Pect
can prowl to know that
Due to numerous rumors the State ot Florida. have taken they are prohibited from bet.terlng all. who knows. more about worked harder for BradfordCounty provide b'tter schools for thll gather as 0. team to lalw l'rdo; 1 had a part In Lt, You '
circulating about me as an In- this unprecedented action: themselves by their own the schools than the teachers S'hoob than ever before own communities In, yourself and, your tram I udlacl1'l1no State Champions In 1965 and I IIDaa
dividual and a.l! a "resigned I-The education bill passed initiative which Is In direct I believe with all my heart In the past eight days Now I would like to get\ to( yourself and 1 to (In because !

teacher" I thought lt dUB by the legislature simply does contrast tG our system. of free the reason stated above' justi- 1 have learned more about the real rpnlllln for writing this what you klluw III right.11\ bedt7e11dule tn pay the pore you ,were I now willing am

time that I write my first Letter not provide enough money for enterprise. fy my resignation from Bradford school financing, taxation, poll- lettl'r. Thl'l'a are rumors that and! to aijwlIY' give willing to the ,
pay price 80
To The Editor.I quality education. -The special session on High Seho"I It freeR mil tics, who> controls the news I have accepted any nUlllb'r, lIf one hundred per cent If whe.n that you and the rest of the
have resigned because the 2-11'he method of distribution education was used tG pass tax to take action on a situation media how people actually feel jobs. This is not trUl I hope my time conies to carry the students In Bradford County

children of the State of 'Florida of the money that was relief legislation What most that has lpng plagued the about education and who the to return to Bradford County ball I want to quit or Il't :"nme-; may benefit 111 the to

halVe been "short changed" by appropriated ls grossly unfair people don.t realize Is that big .schools ot the State of Florlda real friends of education are to teach and 'oRt'h. ono els0! carry' for me I want come, years 'J

t t Gov. Kirk and the Leglsla.turej particularly to' the larger coun- business, receives back fifty' percent It would be well for you to than I dreamed lmaglnalble, To I have been toil that I have every boy whom I con, h lo Coach HuraeC0
j In the last "Special Session on ties such as Plnellas which of the taxes paid tD the realize that not only myself


Official County Publication Established In 1819 Get s Con! t r act '


1 Man Dead lvf' 21 LocalTeachers For New School '::1:1The

low base bid of

$,H ,DOO submitted by

MI Middle School job Drake Construction Co. of f

Two Injured Ocala was' accepted for con-

r rA Still Out struction vf Dradford.s

T Hew middle school by the I
Competition OUgil School Board Wednesday

night in a meeting that
In 301 Crash Twenty one Bradford lasted three hours.

County school teachers are Three bids on BradfordCounty's official calculations, $397,850 Alternates/ or substitutes for
proposed new middle and DI'ake's $397,000,
still off the job this week InRlalllng the structured SYBtt'm. -
school for
grades 6-8 were All
op- these; firms gave n. unit
One Starke resident was killed and two others ser- in the statewide walkout, ened by the School Board last price for alx-luC'h pipe to be and. heading the celllag and alr.condltlon-and lighting.

I- Iou sly Injured Friday night as their 1960 Volkswagen Supt Tom Casey said Wednesday Thursday, Feb. 22. with 'l'rlelt! used on the Job and which lug which would have pushed

pulled onto U. S. 301 and was struck by a 1966 Chevrolet but all schools are llelllhts Construction andpl'ake ot Construction Keystone- would, raise the U.III1'I'S[ sllRhtly the contract below the Board's

Dead James. set.! prier \\.If $400.000 were dierus'ed -
is Alleys Hayes,
operating normally)] as they of Ocala running neck
'!< The bids were entered underu ( for more than 2Ya
87. operator of the Blue Tavern -
the Gainesville
who was knocked from the According did In the first week of the and neck for the job. flew systems approach t.o8d1001 hours before" the school !board
Highway Patrol Office the VW
Volkswagen upon impact, Wil- was crossing" the southbound heart atlaek fatal to B 6Z.'flllr-oll1 Hueytown AIL.! nllln, resignations. Architect Don Morgan sl\hl conslrucllon engineered! members could come to a.. de-

lIam Edward Plummer 47, was traffic lane heading north caused thlll wreck on U. S.. Sill thiN''W1't'k. One teacher out last week after a very brief inspection by the State Department of .

I described aa In satisfactory from Sta11lng's Corner, 2.6 returned to class at Bradford f the ,bids that Trlest appel'ed Education. Under It severallarge But In the end, going on the

I condition Monday afternoon In miles n.orth of Ala. High School but another front counties .1oln and recoannaen.Jatlon of Architect
the Ve.terarl'S' Admlnlstratlon County. soothCon Fatal Heart Attack so d nntesbutthaedre wasrsomo C'ol1tmct undel'biforvthe non SchoolSupt., Tom Casey.Milldle .

Hospital In Galn ltvllle. Mildred was traveling the bJ ewat 21. The schools art 'Inlcrsta heating cip l Rich-

Calhoun 5J was reported by ewerved on, The Board took Mor- and aIr cOI1Ut.1onlng, cell-: arc 1 Joclte1, and after rustenLrake.
fou.r.l lyne, highway aniS have replaced sOpJ.e: of the': 21 .
I''. AlachuB General Hospital as to the left lane to avoid 1m-. with certiticited,! Or' retired Kan's' recommendation tu take hip sari ''Flltlll", etc, ,far .. yald< t.I1a. ,alternates

hI falr-to-poor condition Monday pact. Causes 301 AccidentA personnel but some regular the bids under advisement schools UI the sec!'ttal counties.Local would not perform according II ,
Drake low the base however to specifications, the Board
.. afternoon But the VW traveled, across substitutes are still being used. was on contractor ,
Occupants of the 19615 Chevrolet to the Inside lane and was 62.year.old Hueytown, Ala. man who apparently Supt. Casey has indicated bid at $413,000; Trlest's base have fought that approach be- voted unanimously tG accept
tile low base bid.nrakc' .
j Steven E. Sturgis. 25; his struck in the left side by the the reslJcnatlonll: submitted to bid was $426,774, and tIle R cnus they say It cuts out local -
suffered heart attack at the wheel of his automobile
a two alternates would
B. Gay Construction Co. of subl'ontri\et.orfl If the blrmnpunles '
Wife. Diane and their daughter front of the Chevrolet. ;
him will remain In bIB df'skch'lIWl'l'
to the Patrol found dead halve the contract at $307-
according aftel'
Highway wa put
VW Jaeksollvlllo bid 143,902 hell 111111 !
Tere-a:: 6, all of Rock Hill Plummer, driver of ; 'QurJl1pnt.llId
S, C were treated and released was charged with failure to his car crushed!' into the____ rear of__ another CUI U_ i4! :X101Moudav ( I session until next the School March Board But alternates may change! do, the In'lsllnl 1)0.) A. ar.mlt. !JIll). 'rriest, Construction Co.

,. from Alachua General Friday use due care, according to the afterJIVon. Tuesday the pIcture after the architect. : : bid prier, hi I.Im 1'11',1. nr 1.V''tone. heights would
6. lie still says any teacher have ben the low bidder In
'r night, I Jo"HP station. Thomas P. Klmbrouah was gated the accident and Trooper to anlllyzes them. Each firm went sVb\'ms\( )JrlJI'I'l In NaSsaU .
desiring return to the jOb nile instance; bad three alternates
Carson Turl1ngton invest.laated -
at down from Its base bid for County c'nme In above)) estima-
i pronounced dead-on-ardva.l
the homicide. may d'O' 80 with no penalty ex- been accepted by the
furnishing and installing the ted cost That .
the Bradford County Hospital. cept loss ot pay for the days was BOlll'i, than firm would have
FHP Trooper J. K Wade said I1bRent. structural system ceillng- big 1'1'111111n ofl'lclals here been $50 under! Drake who did

!' Second Safe he apparently died at the $50 REWARD The 21 resigned are still at- lighting system.and the heat- were anxious about the bidArchitect nut enter a substitute price
wheel.KImbrough's and air conditioning lIystem.Trlest Morgan agreed: IIIDl"
tending Florida. Education Association for: heating and! alr-condltlo-!
was the only bidder to c1fol'cI's case, tu allow the
I' wife Ruth, 55. district meetings ing.
The Lake list deductions for all three al- contractors to bid the middle
Cemetery 1'hc derision to spend U8.POO
and O. Sanford Jaspen 62.andl each day at the State Theatre !
Committee ls offering a $50 ternates, however. school Job under! the system ,
wife.Kathleen, 54. occu- In OalnesvlUe Local teachers more mind build the 2,1.. classroom : -
reward for information leading School Supt. Tom Casey.s approach 01' enter alternate
3-.1100;; foot build.
pants or the other vehicle report that attendance at the square
Is Cracked to the arrest anti 'onvleilion building schedule called forgetting prices for installing! the val'- tog to Morgan's specifications
were all treated and released meetings has fallen off this
from BCH after the accident. of any person or persons' removing week ,because many teachers : the mIddle school: for lOlls systems: themselves Hmo) ]hlI.tI: since It means
/ shrubbery, flowers, or $400.000 or under slid he As 11 result the contractors there will be less money to
Jasper Is tax collector of the are working at various jobs
Thieves racked their second discovered Tuesday when employees City of st, Petersbura-. any other ornament OJ' material now, breathed 'a sigh 01' relief when listen the ILJtl'l'nl\tes a.'f dcductions spend 011 the renovation of

safe In Starke In two weeks went to wOl'k or engaging In any act of The local resigned teachers the bids were opened After cutting lhl' total contract Bradford High Neither does
Monday night Feb. 26. when A hole 16 X 22 Inches was Kimbrough, drivIng a 1967 vandalism at Crosby LakeCemetery deductions for alternates price below which they the Ol"llite bid include. furniture. -
In the ot
were praIse organizations -
they broke Into Jerome Johns' knocked In the northeast. Chevelle, and Jasper driving a Tl'lest's bid would be by uu- would charge wlLh the systems: .
donating funds to
of the which 1003 Imperial, were both Such Information may be IIPPI'oaeh. It else enables Architect
on Co. at 743 B. Walnut wall warehouse Main obJection
their OVer has
cause $4,000
Street and pilfered 2857. adjoins the office of the oil traveling south on US-301 given to the Sherlff's Office in them to use local( ,"b contrac-: :Morgan\ had to the substitute
been contributed to the Gainesville -
Police have warned merch- company The safe was opened when the wreck occurred' at the cnlll.thou. phone 9046280. ilo fore for the various systems bids: was the telling which
2:15 US ml'es south of Many instances have been reported meetings to date they
: p. m have been flat and
ants not to leave money In by bursting rivets holding the with Involved In putting up the would
door together. A shaft found Starke near the Prevatt Creek in recent months of say more promised bulldlnA' which he said would make the
safes The teachers also pointed
Bridge shrubibbery and flowers beingremoved
to Had the btts guile over huge Open building noisy.
In break-In similar to the in the warehouse was used
out that DI' Delton L. Scud-
the 11"
from cemetery
at Denmark Furniture break the concrete in the safe The Cheve11e. driven by vandalism $400.000 Casey (1)111(1 have! H' hO.Jn1en, stated again It has
one der chairman of the Unlver-
well! all acts of andlLch.I'
door. Kimbrough ran Into the rear been" left, with Ices than tile tu be quiet for students
the burglars I '
two weeks ago. The Sherlff'1 Office says' city of Florida Department of
hole in the rear ware- Besides the cash taken from of the ImperIal In the outsIde $175OI)() he plans' lu IIM to ( / to wrn'k.A ,
tore a patruil- Religion, who addressed the
that deputies arc now said,
lane 190 feet north ot the Pre- firncli'ur1111'Ir School [oat ceiling. Morgan
the safe the burglars also took
wall of the oil company
house Ing the cemetery at Intervais district meeting Tuesday said the flexibility for
tires and batteries from the vatt Creek Bridge. The Che- after a tutnlllHf building! pl'o. would
to gain entry. They peeled and will welcome any information teachers who walked out are to makelarge
the warehouse. velle with damages to Its slam totaling around $2 mlllIull moving partitions
outer layer of steel from leading to the arrest of morally right. fi small :1.1ssrooms: or"quovt
old.tashloned floor model sate, Jerome Johns told! officers front end estimated: at $300, those re"pnnltJI, fur these ( over two .veal'H or educators
areas" as
he traveled 617 feet after. the Im- rr Only udrlltlornl' funds! that
Denmark's picked up day's receipts
like the one at a.'tll.CIIILDR"N'S. s'ronv HOUR cIIII Ih"lJl j'll'xLbility, to movepnelltions
broke the concrete inside the Monday afternoon leaving only pact The Imperial with dam- AT TilE LIBRARY I i t td can be used" for building, was the main point
the small of ages to Its rear end estimated ; told the Board l last
forced the door. amount change : COMMITTEE: Casey
.... door and open Prn, ( Jockol and Supt. Casey
City and county lawmen are in the sate Johns told them at only $IS0: triveled 922 feet TO MEET: : MONDAY: "SeaJII for Sa.le" and other night, arc 59.000 that the .4.1011, along with the qulet-
Investigating the csse. he never leaves much cash in after impact before coming to Miss ElIsa Reklla, an exchange stories will! be the theme for i county will pet If Gov. Claude ham"" :

The new safe cracking W88 the sate. rest on the right band shoulder student from Finland, Story Hour this Thursday Lark fIlJm'i the hll'lItion-tn" I''" 45.Morgan' said that flat ce11-

Investigating officers are of the four-laned highway will be featured speaker at afternoon, from 3:30: to 4:15at : I'elh'f pa'kl', : pa"s"d In the of the coffered

Deputy Sheriff Robert Green The Chevelle came to restacroS.l the Bradford County Chlldren.1 the Public Lfbrary. Mrs. pl'r.lul "Ion" of he f legislahre hrg. Instead: al'chltC'ct' plans, would

APPLY NOW Assistant Police Chief Kenneth the median In the inside Committee luncheon meeting Harry Gl'Utn will' be storyteUer. ; and Llle X174, MH) In State one the noise and! therefore
not absorb ;!
All children
I !Fuqua and Patrolman Harold northbound traffic lane. at 12 noon Monday in the through 9, are Honed flf Eduration); : l rovenuerrtificates. partitions absolutely
Invited. make
FOR Crews and Bill Chambers. Trooper J, K. Wade invest! Garden Restaurant, ( nec'es.qllry.Morltan.
That woul1 he 1possible
w. E.. Lawsun also told the Board
Homestead f lotnl of t2nlJ1): )( () In ellnstl"llc-
: t'iura feuds ,I till available to the State D. partment of Ed-

I W. E. Lawson thl'+ Rclloot Milled,, .l1t.1on.. informed him the
ExemptionDeadline Board shined an agreement to
JIm T3Ioorlwnrlh, president
Container's Bids ForSchool oY the Bradford fish School i 1"II'tkipIl" te In the systems project -
buildings for several -
I PTA, cited the need for 'over- for
Board Ing a section of walkway counties That enables

cafeteria and for paving small counties to join together
I Is lat the
April w. E. Lawson or StII'JU: has around the same bullrtlnA' TIe and order, equipment at volume .

Advertised For Tax Sale announclll hIs cnntlldlll'Y for aid he has personally inspected prices
Bradford Hoard of Public -
Tax Assessor the cafeteriA several I times Cost per square foot for the
instruction District No. 3. and found additional needs building under Drake's base

GeM Longs Mr. Lawson bars lived In for the interior of the build- bid, using the systems Is
Starke for 28 He Is 1\
Stepa are being taken by A H. Murphree handed down making arrangements to tile peals! and hu posted bond for soft drink distributor, and has Inlf. $11 90. Morgan said. The

Office county officials this week 11\ the final decree In the timber such a bond with the Circuit them. That: case may be heard previously served( on the Board Supt. Casey said' fund for architect said furniture can be

preparation for the sale of tax case Feb 6 and lt enJGlned Court here.Yawn's later thlll IIprlng. ot Publk Instruction for four, the walkway hay been l1uthorl1.ed put In the building for $1 per

37OOD acres of timber land the county from advertising opinion 18 that Con- Five timber firms filed. suits A vewl'an of World and the materials! have square foot additional which

This Space Contributed owned by Container Corp. or the land for delinquent taxes tainer will tile the bond this to have their 1965 advalorem War years.II, he Is a member of the been! orderedRepairs:!! !' will bo would run the per toot coat up

Weekly to Publicize America to collect 1968 delinquent for 10 days week to stop tax sale proceedIngs. taxes reduced by the county American Legion the Bradford made as soon/ all the materials equal with other schools the

Community Events by taxes. Kelly Bald he waited the 10 The lund must be advertised but lost In a. tour.day trial be- County Fair Association n. are received and 'Qehool work- county has built over the past "

All 158 parcels of Bradford days plus! one week for the for four weeks! before fore Judge "furphree In. Jan. member and deacon of the men can art toil. Ill' said two years

The Community County land owned by Con- timber firm to pay the tax s. lt can be put up fr( salp. 1966. Thg judge ordered the Madison Street Baptist Chur.h Board member Rodney Halt The substitute bids on the

tainer Corp are biting adver- Count, Judge T. A. Yawn Container tiled papers Mon- firm! to pay delinquent taxes and the ASRociational TrlllrinA' said he was glad to see the different systems were allowed

: State Bank tised for an April 1 tax sale who represents the county In clay 'with the Circuit Court plus interest and court costs. Union Directors of the New PTA tuklnll an 1Itl"t, In the by Morgan to give local contractors -

: Accounts now Insured in this issue ot the Telegraph. the timber suits, says Container Clerk's office here giving no- Four owners Nelson Blocker, River Baptist Association. school and that community In- who object to the

': up to $15.000 by The advertisement was handed can file a supersedea bond tice It will appeal payment of Gilman Paper Rayonler and :\fr.: Lawson b married and terest In the' schoo'', Is invnluable. systems method because out-

1 I FNlf'nd Deposit fnmranes the paper last Friday. Feb 23. In the amount of the 1966 taxes! its 1966 and 19a7 advaloremtexe' Owens-Inll1ols, have pair: 1965 has three sons one of whom Ht cited' an i h rt trince atIfampton side firms furnish equipment

Tax: Collector J. R. Kelly plus interest to step the .IIale. The firm Is currently appealing and 1966 taxes, 1967 taxes will l'f s'rvlJ'g! In the Army eta.tioned School' hi" I }his durCOontlnued a chance to obta'n 4Mwpmen'tbrou3h

Corp. Bald Circuit Court Judge John Judge Yawn. laid the firm Ls Its 1963 taxes to the not bg delinquent until April in Cermany. ( on Page TwoJ their own sources.

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FEB. 29,
e Loc r l admittances to Bradford MI'. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer to city Police Department and the face of the Juke boi;
County Hospital this week and Mrs. Clyde Sin.cJalr j Middle School Cemetery Fund Thieves Net Entry was gained. through a was forced open.
d the weekend with Mr. I southwest corner It was the third In a serlh
Include: Mril. Myrtle Garver spent window in the
LM; W(} Mrs. Florence Brown, Charlie and Mrs. T. H. Slade at (Oeean CompetitionTough $100 From of the building managed I, of break-Ins in the tits: over

Orlffls, Ms. Carolyn Gaylord Reef The Sawyer children, totals $1,049 by John Bates, according to the past two weeks. No arreato
.: Irvin Martin Dempsey Rigby Suzanne, Charlene and John E & M Tavern .Asat Police Chief Ken Fuqua. have, been. made to date
e "' {. Mrs. Anna Evans Joseph Charles stayed !With their The glass was brbketl out but
"' Brantley and Mrs. Julia Bry- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. froia- the
GLADYS '' One The Crosby Lake Cemetery Money boxes from a pool nothIng was taken TIlE RIGHT POINT for tht
11\ Jackson. [Continued From Pap'
Helen Johnson enter
in>'al1 of Starke; Mrs George dflrat.
rand the which
mark stock
paslled $1.000 room
964'lG08'.J : write.
Phone .f 4 Glenda Ha- table and a Juke box netted way you Come !f0
and Mrs. vUle.
M, Iof TliJrhan his week as now contributions fa VOI'It.r'
the Rlee'
thieves lOG from and your
about $ E&
; : aV'. of Keystone Heights; Mrs. E. F. Miles was 11\ MIami trlct where he said 10 patronsof !! rushed the total to $1,049. The face was torn off the I fountain
E&M Tavern 011 North Temple TERBROOK pep
: Mr and Mra: L. !D. Vining l\fr. and Mrs. J. O. Jackson Mrs. Margaret Shaughnessy of over the weekend visiting the school have. cleared Contributions were received money slot on the pool table
1 have had'al visitors l4r. and hove had os visitors Mr. and Melrose! ; and Urs. Lenora Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Den.nard. llind, built athletic fields and luring the week from Mr. and Ave. Sunday night, according TELEGRAI, '
< Mrs. J. C/'Vining and children Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of Jacksonville Stephens or Lake Butter. Mrs H. L. Tolbert of Lake are making other Improve- dre. Karl E. Hoist Central Is- n --. ."- mKEITH'S
.c =..4 Palatka -Saturday, and overnight Friday and Mrs. "V C. 1i1inney of st. City spent Sunday to Tuesday mehta, landsscaplnK' the new 1 Ip, N. Y.; Miss E1lso Jones
i t 1','aad Mrs. 'J. W. Tmuner.riian Mr. and :Mrs. J. O. Stulnaker Petersburg Is visiting her sister With her son-III.law and daughter Hampton Elementary SchODl. 4 Jalnf8vl1le: Mrs. C. W. Chalk- BEAUTY SALONllighway
::".. : ; Mrfl.Charles Wdgglns'and of Brunswick Ga 011 Wednes- Mrs. L. F. SmIth, and Mr. Mr. and Mr. David Mont. In other action, the Board; r, Gainesville; Mrs. James H.
i : aurht r'and :Mri. '1..oe Gonrnke Smith this week. gomery. -'Heard a request for action I:>ennis J. R. Wainwright/ Mrs.
> of Stockton, Os. on Mon- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Grnudon Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith Mrs. :Margaret Jackson and from J. W. Kelly of Brooker :;;::111'1'10 Darby RltchMbs: An. 16 At lIeilbronn Springs
... -y, and family toured South Florida and daughter Terri, attended Mr. and Mrs. W. T. .Jackson Who said a subdivision after 1 11e, Darby, anti :Mra, Amy B.
i ==---14Sra: John W. Griffin of from Fl'lday to Sunday, and the fUJeral;; of a cousin, Clif- Sr. and family attended a at 1 Pranl.!] all of Starke. ANNOUNCESThe
of the
.='Octtl'O'elO1ee.' Ga. Is visiting her also visited Mrs. Graudon's ford Smith, In Ocala on Sun- birthday party Sunday at the a survey property Although the initial goal hu
..: i: mother. Mrs. P' 1r. Stump brother, Stanley Wcntllng, In. day.James home of Mr and Mrs. W. M, Brooker croached Junior on what High bas, had:!long en- 0 been reached, contributions will Appointment! Of Two New Operators To Our Staff
Pa.latka Ocala
0: : several days this Wt.ek. West Palm Beach. Granger of Jackson In honoring ',;ontlnuo to be accepted: and
:: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harvey Mrs. Keith Reeves and arms has 'been admitted to the Mrs. Margaret .Ja<.kson.. been thought school land. I P1le.d> to future projects, iaIudlng -
.: .-...and children of Atlanta, Ga.vere.0unday of Winter Park spent last week Starke Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A Lawson Casey said the property has <<: the possible in.ta.llatlonf 1
=! :::: visitors of Mr. with her parents, Mr and l\Irs. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Harrington visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jor- been surveyed, at a cost of <<> water wells and pumps.
end and daughter. Shannon of dan and family In Lake City $1.400 to the School Board have
'i Mrs. J. W. Ritch N. L. Woodburn. Anyone desiring to a
v Jacksonville were visiting Ml'I. on Sunday. but saId he will ask the surveyor ()ut In the work may Rend I oth of these lleaulicians :
: Gladys Harrington over the Mrs Guy Sale Mr. Robert Merrill McMillan to be : ontrlbutlon" to; Mr// John
Shop At Griffis Stores weekend. Green, and Mrs. A G. Loudon present at the March 5 board ,!:limpaon 206 S. Water/ st., specialize In:
? Misses Marla Moore Barbara attended the Woman's club meeting to discuss the ques- ;SlI11'ke.;
:i :::: ".Where.' Quality li'l Always u1uantefd": Mnrr and Patricia Sta.pleton of District Four Art 'Festival at tlon. oil Latest Styling ,.
'SU pent the weekend with the Riverside Woman's -Approved the expenditure Th
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: : Mrs. Martha Moore at Kings on Wednesday.Mrs. of $5,000 to Install a cafeteria the war .nu. riLe. Come ii.. c Permanent a4. ;

Icy Lake. Annie Uolllngsworth In the new Hampton School, and select wour tavurU. ES. ft *" Shampoo and Set s
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw her son-in-law and
B Is visiting but deterred action on the TE'ItBROOK tClU.: 1I1a pen
: were In Birmingham,, Ala. daughter, ''Mr and Mrs. Ernest school cafeteria at Brooker *" Color
from Friday to Sunday to attend McClosky, In Lake City this Indefinitely at the recommendation .:
third annual Southeastern I *" .
'j the week. + Frosting >
: at Supt. Casey stu- )E. .
:, !hx FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I Trial Institute. While I II Mrs. Robert E. Tanntol'od dents at Hampton are presently I FM1 \ '.
visited Mrl and Mrs Tanner '" lIalr Cut
Rob.eft F
I there they Baldwin and son. .
to the old
-I r4r TASTES WEINERS 3 LBS. $1.00i John Kope1ou8ns and family.Mr. of Jacksonville, and Mr. school being for transported lunch.Authorized ,
and Mrs. John !Carlson and Mr8. W Vf. rg.ftorlus Bleach!,
Architect Don
:i RED HOT SAUSAGE 3 LBS. $1.00 of Moline. 111. are visiting Mrll.J and son, Wilson, of Cocoa'Wf're Morgan- to proceed at once Vera
.- I d Prevatt for several days. last Thursday visitors of MrII. Sandra
1.fr. and Mrs. Floyd Ritch of H. Fields: with plans lor dltlons and
''Gaslonla, N. C. were Monday Mrs. Wilbur Pol1ock of ''Mon.- renovation of Bradford HighSchool. Formerly of Irma's; I Formerly with I.ynn's
:? NECK BONES 5 LBS. $1.00 night dinner guests of Mr. and ongahela. Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. As the group Joked In Starke of Gainesville
Pa, over the DES situation Prin- r
MI't.! J. W. Ritch Ted Kramer of Coraopolls
:L:: TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c were Sunday overnight guests cipal Jim Temple said Morgan
of Mr. and Mre. F. H. Kramer.. will be "A dandy If be can
-= SMOKED BACON ..- LB. 29c Mrs. L. D. Green spent last build a hIgh school. for $175.- Ask'r.
Tuesday to Friday in Mayo 000. .

SLICED LB. 39c .
Mrs. James Dickinson.Mr. Attempted
Invites yOU and Mr. E. W. Hayes Charley

STEAK or CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c were Tuesday night dinner B & E's Made 4
To Hear guests of Mr. and. Mrff. John Johns +

BRISKET STEW 3 lbs. $1.00 Deas In Lake city.
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THE GOSPEL Urs. O. L. (}JaynesJr. and On Machines

: Good Steak c OF CHRIST daughter vldw from, Anne Thursday were to In Sunday Crest- A rash of attempted break- About this, question: Y 3 '. r "*. .

T-BONES 8:30 Sunday Morning visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ins of vending and drink machines "Vacation travel includes l
8 9 Welch. in Starke hall been reported -
Denmark the hazard of accidents,
''Mr. and Mrs. 'So G.
Radio Dial
: SIRLOIN by City Police Depart-
:: and daughter, ,Joyce, visited ment. theft, or injuries In faraway
ROUND LB.j Worship Service Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vlccerll! In places. Does) the
: week. Assistant Police Chief Ken-
:00 A.M. Brunswick, Ga over the E. Johns
11 Charley Agency
I. t Sunday, neth Fuqua ..said! none of the
end.Ralph Brown of Redken, machines has actually been have connections with in. & Set .
:1: GRIFFIS STOREs Bible Study Sunday E. Thursday broken Into. but the machInes surance agents and adjust. Shampoo $3.00 Bleach $15.00
10 A.M. and 7 P.1I \'. Ind. was a guest all the country Long. ]Hair $1.00 Extra Up
and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. have been beaten or and pried ers over
SAM GRIFFIS 3 1\11. South )n US 301I George W. Brown. at attempts to break them to give prompt claim servo Color $6.50 Bleach Touch Up $10.00
i 625 East Brownlee I I II I Brenda and Marsha Clemons open. ice In allY emergency?" Up
..... I weekend with their Break-Ins were attempted atShuford's
I spel t the Frosting $12.50
= .
Hair Cut $2.00
01 bro) er-In-law and sister. Mr. Standard Station at
and I Mrs. Jimmy Newman In Walnut St and Temple Avenue Charley E. Johns Permanents Start at $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 and up
Bill Edwards 66
WI1< wood. Phillips Agency
KOCH I M'. Bond Nrs. R. O. Dansby Station on North Temple Ave.. Open Monday\ Wednesday -'Thursday Friday Saturday
and Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Lawson and a laundromat on Brown- 131 S. Walnut St. And
Thursday Evenings!

i DrR-O GS wet Itln Mra cal In Jerry Jay GainesvilleSunday Center Alderman Gay and In Mr.Alachua in vls-and theM Fair lee Street.Association PHONE 961.5070 I Call 964.7067 For An Appointment .1\\1 1Im

YIr To Hold Annual
General Hospital.S uiJI
man (SUI) John Spengler, i{f li! __ mmmI Em1mmEm'ml'ii' '
Meeting Mara 6
i First In Quality -- Lowest In Price loin d hIs ship, the Polaris Thomas Bub-A.

Edison Nuclear O. T. Huggln, vice preslden.tof
S. C.
''II marine In Charleston th4. Bradford County Fair
T-'- -'-'- Monday after ten days leave, Association. announces that the
! 59c Aqua-Net and Mrs
y Mrs. Nate annual meeting will be held
John Haney attended an ex- Wednesday. March 6. at 7:30:
HAIR SPRAY hibit and talk oa antique tap-
t'; I T-Tone Rub estrleJ at the Cummer Art p.m.Center In at the the new Fall'gl'lunds.Agriculture

lard To Hold Gallery on Sunday afternoon. Purpose of the meeting will
,:. (Green Alcohol) I Claire Ann Turner celebrated
r or Regular bn to elect new officers and to
!! her eighth birthday Sunday finalize plans for the forthcoming .
afternoon with a small pal.tyI
s Fair, March 21-30.
I I Games neighborhood and refreshments frle.nds.were I

19c 51ca I, enjoyed during the party hotll.s.I .

t I I I were Mr.In and Deland Mrs.on One Sunday Wiggins visiting COUNTY TIlE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH 1! Just Arrived Solid Carload of Brand New

: I s I I25c I, .Mrs.and Van Mrs.Cre.naha.w.I .Alfons Hart-. Published at 138 every W. Call Thursday St., Maytag Washers Dryers and Wringer Washers

Reg. 75c mann of Rockford 111. will ar- Starke na. 32091 ,
.c rive Friday for a visit of sov-

I EVEREADY ARRIDL eral weeks with Mr anA Mrs. Second eWII postage paid ..
Albert Hartmann. at Starke, Wis.SubecrlpUon BUY THE BEST BUY IYfAYTAG

: BATTERIES i noll-On Deodorant Bill Newton oi Daytona Ratea:
L Beach M"nfl last Thursday -
luncheon Ruest, oC Mr. and.Mrs. In trade area: $1.00 per FACTORY
I) Hel'bcl.tTh<>mull.I year; 12.21.Ix month. AUTHORIZED SALE

L 2IF Outside trade area: ....150 a ltd
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Neva Jayne Flynn DCT Students Bridal Shower Wafler-Holliday CATTLEMEN'S ASSN. 'cattle specialist from ERe University

Has Birthday PartyNeva Give Talent Show For Alkire TO MEET MARCH 13: of Florida, will speak
Judy Engagement Told on..current !emir of interest to
The Bradford-Union.Cattle
For Dimes MarchThe cattlemen.
Jayne 'Flynn celebrated Miss Judl Alkire Iwaa complimented Mr and Mrs. Harold C. Warier men's Association will meet

-- ..-_. her eighth birthday anniversary DCT Club of Bradford at a bridal shower of Pompano Beach an<- Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30: ,

.....- last Friday after High School sponsored a talent Tuesday night given by (Miss nounce the approaching .mar p.m. In the Town House Restaurant -. Adjustable Vinyl Boot,
noon when her mother Mrs. Ann Savage and Mrs. RonaldThomas riage of their
daughter Jane
GLADYS MOOn Lake Butler
show 19 and 20(
on February -
George Flynn Jr.. gave a, at the home of the Ella, to Arthur Lamar Holll- (overs. All sizes 10 oentaU ea.
PhotM M4.7608 party for her and. 12 girl' for benefit of the March oJ latter. ? day. son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur J. E. Pace, extension betf :. Tbe Te eIT&Ph.
Dimes. Admission fees, totaling
friends. : Miss Alkire and Percy Moody N. Holliday of Starke.
9190( were contributed to the ,
I Games with prizes were enjoyed will be united in marriage tonight The wedding will take placeon
Miss Jackie Hines were decorated with arrangements by the girls and they fund.Cash (Thursday) at 8 o'clockIn M .d Saturday. March 23, at 2

Is ComplimentedAt the occasion.of artificial The 'bride's flowers table for I were head 'band liven favors.hand-made !pink the top awards four acts were: The presentedto Three Fifteen the First guests Christian.enjoyed Church.games p.m.Church In with the a First reception Methodist following Glad To Be BackIn

Cheers, first place; PeggyVoyles
covered with
white linen
was a
Bridal Shower The refreshment table /was Lovett And and refreshments during the _in the, Starko Woman'sClub I
second; (
cloth centered with
a wedding
I covered with a white linen party hours. The refreshmenttable .
Miss Jackie Hines, whose I bell arrangement surrounded cloth and centered with the Group, third; and Randy was covered with a white' .All friends and relatives of '
marriage to Bobby Smith was with fern and white chrysanthemums "birthday cake decorated. in Brown, fourth.Competing linen cloth and was centered the couple are invited to attend Good
In the show were:
an event of Saturday evening, and flanked by crystal pink and white. This Iwas The Squires (Marvin Tomlln- with an artificial arrangement, f.,...
was honored at a bridal shower holders with blue tapers. flanked silver candle holders
by of red flowers, flanked by two '
B()n, Tony Castlen Doug Creed,
Thursday evening, Feb. 22, Mrs. Jane Graudon of Staike with pink tapers. Cheryl branch candle holders with red Bowen-Craft Country {
Gene Raulerson, Chip Fillyaiw, .
I at the home of Mrs. B. T. sister of the groom, poured Anne Phillips presided at the candles. 4 -
and Eric Tomlinson) Mike
Thomas in. Graham. Serving as coffee and hot spiced tea during punch bowl.AlI8lstlng ; The hostesses presented the New RectorAnnounced tir
'I Hanks; Joe Williams and Willie Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Craft, With
hostesses with Mrs. Thomas the hours four to six v
Mrs. Flynn, were honoree with an electric can
Doster: Linda Dell; Richard of Laiwtey, announce the mal"riage
;,were her daughters Mrs.Elou o'clock. Mis. George Flynn Sr.. Mrs. Torqjle)( and David Alvarez; opener as a memento of the of their daughter, Linda, R
Ise Dodd, Mrs. Clara Hazeoi, One hundred guests were invited James O. Phillips, and Mrs. R. occasion. Good
Randy Brown; Melody Cuttino, to Howard Bowen in St. Aug People) ;
and Mrs. Alma Outlaw.
I to call. V. Turner Audrey Cooper and Mike King; By St. Mark'sThe ustine on Thursday, Feb. 22.I !
StandingIn receiving Levy Lennon Mike Gissy and High School PTA 1
line was the honoree, her mother Altar Executive BoardThe Brice ,r.
SocietySt. Paul Priest; Paul Peggy ; ,
Mrs. Jack Hines, Mrs. R. Voyles; The Three Cheers: Kay Asks For, PavingThe Rev. J. Thomas Staab

A. Smith of Vernon, N. Y., Edward's Altar Society. executive board of the Colson Della Wilson and Beverly has accepted the position ot; SERVICE SCHEDULEST. Sell Good
mother of the groom and :Mrs. will meet Wednesday, March Starke Woman's Club will meet I McRae: Richard Kirkland Bradford High School rector of St. Mark's Episcopal EDWARD'S CHURCH.

:'Thomas, 6, at 7:30: p.m. in the Parish Thursday, March 7, at 3:30 Vicki Henry Mike White and PTA met Tuesday evening, Church succeeding Rev. Ray- Starke

i 1 The living and dining rooms Hall. I p.m. at the club house. I IIt's Sharon Ktland. : Glenn Magyarl. 1_; Feb. 20 with, In J.the F.school Bloodworth cafeteria mond E. McBlain, who Is retiring Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. Cars \

The announcement was
Kathy Frees. Greg Gny om- presiding. Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. :
as Crum and Beatrice Crum; made yesterday by Joe M. Miraculous Medal Novena! _
the business
Judy Whitehead and Patty During meetinga Sistrunk, Senior Warden of Saturday 7 p. m. .
need for walkway from A- *
a Walter
Whitehead; Lamar Underhlll building to the cafeteria was St. Mark's, who said the new Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7 AlvarezTo

A Family Affair band; Harvey Griffis; Bridgett discussed. A motion was ap- rector will begin his work p. m.

I Grlffla group; Donna Grlffls proved recommending to the here on May S. -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH, all my friends in Starke Bradford and Union .
Audrey Cooper and Brldgett I School Board that the area be- He will come to Starke from Keystone Heights. Counties, I would like for you to come out and

I Our Restaurant is tops for Dining, especially! Griffis; ILovett and Group: tween the cafeteria and (Iband St. Mark's Church In Jack- Sunday-Mass: 9 a. m. see our Selection of NEW AND USED CARS AND

for the whole family. Mom welcomes a rest Jimmy Yawn, Lynn Green room be paved. The District 6 sonville, where" he has served Wednesday: Mass and Novena TRUCKS.
from t Billy Myrtck, Tommy Tally, PTA will be held as curate since June of 1966. 7 p. m
the kitchen, and it's nice to have a meeting
Sullivan -
Barksdale. Jaqita
,I Robbie March 11 in the Civic Centerin Although reared In' Evanston -3T. MARY'S CHURCH, '
change of --
pace. I and Virgil Lovett. Fernandina Beach. It was 111., the Rev. Mr. Staab Wacclenny. BALDWIN
announced. that the March 19 Is no newcomer to the South- Sunday Mass: 11:30: ... m.

Miss Renee MooreIs meeting /will ,be Ba k-To- east or to Florida. He was CHEVROLET-OLDS

Try Our Delicious Buffet School night. stationed. In Lake Charles. La.
ComplimentedA Mr. Bloodworth emphasizedthat while serving with the Air A classified ad In the Telegraph 301 NORTH PHONE 961.7500

party honoring Miss Renee 'Bradford County was for Force, and attended FSU in brings results.
teachers the of 1955. Prior to --------
SERVED DAILY Moore, a brlde-eJoct of March( tunate that so many summer -
I 1, was given by her attendants remained In, classes during the that, he received his Bachelorof
: Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet Miss Candy Woodburnand walkout crisis and should be Divinity degree In May of STARKE PLAZA Open Every Day 9:30: to 6 P.M.

Miss Karen le on Feb highly commended. 1966 from Bexley Hall the Friday and Saturday, -. 9:30: to 7 P.M.
11:00 a, m. to 2:00: p. m. 6:00: p.m to 9:00: p.m. ruary 23 at the home of the 1 During the program. Charles Divinity School of Kenyon

latter In. Lawtey. I Baetzman presented the three College, Gambler, Ohio and
A color scheme of green and top winners of a talent show his BA degree from Denison
t2S Two Hot 45 yellow was used, with daisies ,presented by PeT students at University Oranvllle, Ohio.

EntreesTwo predominating la. the flower ar a March of Dimes benefit held His parents now live in Dune-

:Vegetables rangements.The honoree. received a daisy Feb. 19 and 20. din.Mr.. Staab is married to the nie!;; f

Salads corsage, and a lovely gown and I District WSCS former Linda Patecek of Cov- 7
Assorted peA'nolr set from the hostesses( inprton. La., and they have two

.... Rolls Butter : Mrs. H. K.; Priest and Mrs. Will Meet Here sons, David, 3, and Andy, nine -i

I .1. E. Hardy wop the game Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brinton.a months.Mr. .-

Tea Coffee I pri
I Congo will speak at the, District St. Mark's for 15 years, retired 1 Io
'UDC To MeeetThe Annual Meeting of the at the end of January. MISSES & JUNIORS

H Woman's Society of Christian '''
W. T. WpoV! chapter, Service at the First Methodist Garden Club SWING IN. NEW

UDC will meet Wednesday, of Starke. The meet-
March 6. at 3:30: p.m. at the Ing will be held Wednesday. Plans Flower ShowThe SPORT JACKETS
Lester Crews,
home of Mrs.
9:30 until t
I with !Mrs. F. J. Pellum and March 6, from : am. Starke Garden Club met .

Bertha Pearce as co. 2pm. Monday, night at the home of 1ti '
Mrs. Theme of the program will Mrs. T. B. Harding. / For action minded funitcrs! Choice of 1QOX
I hostesses. be "The Miracle of Human. .::4I nylon hooded styl. or poplin golfer style
The. project for the year --" t
Dignity." Rev. V. J. Ragsdale, city-county ,beauUflcatlon r',' I't ifh Both are lightweight,have drawstring bat,

I i minister (If the First Methodist was outlined, and the schedulefor zip front and are washable. Navy* light
I Church of Starke will do. the annual'' how was blue. mate and white! S-M-U.. "
liver the Invocation. New district announced. It held in

i -. .. officers In the WSCS will a booth at Fair, tmtg't79
bo installed at this time.
1 March 2730.( 'tIOf.er!Were also
Those attending are asked to '
made to trim and< (
I II II sandwich. Members of
bring a
II I care for the I on
j II the Starke WSCS will provide the highways. '
drink and dessert A nurserywill A workshop on corsages 'will
be open during the meet be held at the home of the

Ing. president, Mrs. A. R. Norman
"' .
on. Monday, March 11, at 7:30: -- -
'Cub Scouts Hold p.m. This will 'be an open

I Blue-Gold Banquet meeting.The /
hostess served refreshments .
L the social hour
w I during
Cub Scout Pack 70 held :Its ,

... ,, annual Blue and Gold Banquet .
I Tuesday night In FellowshipHall Hartmanns Plan C"OPPINGR1I'rfl'
of the First Methodist 50th
'Church celebrating the birth AnniversaryMr. G '

day of the Boy Scout move and Mrs. Albert Hart

ment. man 'will celebrate their golden a
A representative of Boy C 1. "
wedding anniversary on Sunday
Scouts of America presented March 3, with a receptionin .
; Rev. V. J. Ragsdale, pastor of ::/l.
the Parish Hall at 5pm.,
I I the church which sponsors the following services In St. Edward's = 3-DAY: -
II I Cub Pack, with the charter: for Church.All ;l t

1968. :' friends and relatives of ,
Promotions, and achievement the couple are invited to at BABYWEAR
awards were presented to the tend. rr
Cubs by. John Simmons, Cub- SALE
I master >who served as master
BPW Plans Skit sftcetal
of ceremonies Mrs. R. S. Mull -

I l lens led group, singing. For District MeetThe 42 1' a4el .. 'i!' sSTAYPRESS' o.qq doSo

I Each family furnished a portion >,ow
of the food, and each Den Starke BPW Club met pt f f,
was responsible for the prepar- last Friday night at the homeof u; \\ttOS ,
ation and serving. Desta Dyal on Hampton
Our 1 Lake. BOYS-GIRLS x fRS

!EberleParmenterRehearsal] A cash donation. was madeto 3 O\

the BPW FSU Scholarship Piece .
Party House 'In Tallahassee, and 5155
I plans were made to present bo
Chevrolet A rehearsal dinner was given tho money In a skit at the Sets :"\\\I" 1
\ i by Mr and Mrs. Russ A. Eberle District III meeting in Lake ..;'. N"'" ,p1t
+ at the Copper Kettle last City on. (March 30. ': yIs.T '

Friday night honoring their Mrs. Dyal presented the pro
; son, Donald Bert Eberle and gram on Ecuador. I $2.5 9. CRIB BLANKETS
Oldsmobile'J \\t his fiancee Miss Ruby Ruth '

a Parmenter, following their Recent Births values ) /J >r'_ledat, ....... 'f.-:. .
wedding rehearsal.The i. '
j. dinner was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs: Jack Miller of Cut frilly .nal' ,, 49
tj for th. .'.... -199$1
Dealer I 19 guests. Including membersof Jacksonville announce' the .......n"MiN .... '
i ; '" the wedding party. birth of a son, Scott Wiley, on .for...flu... "toy* -IN.... AN '
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The marriage will take place Feb. 17 In the Bradford County with -0:.cratch. OM 1 J sm.nylen altN-.A 1:: eo
sesM N .IN y II t M 34 mcnttti.Petauutad .
Friday night March 1, at 7:30: Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. .ewl.r
ass'.n .,
o'clock in Laura Baptist and Mrs. George Miller of

Acts like a Mother HenMac Elementary Church. PTA Cook Starke of, an4 Waco Mr., Tex.and Mrs Alton PaeooSNAPCROTCH FITTED :; PANTIES;\ '

Bradford County Hospital announces :s NO.IRON \INFANt :

Starke Elementary PTA the following births: \\
Mr. and Mrs. Tammy Kendrick -
Baldwin, our Dealer is a stickler for details and demands the utmost will have Fitness a program presented on Physical !by. Linzy, Lawtey, a son, \ {
Kevin Feb. 22. ;
Thomas ,
for our customers. Perhaps he may seem a little too fussy at times coach Michael Tuesday, March 5, at : !
I Starl,', Allen Dole, Feb.
< a,_son,
but our customers don't seem to think so. When you take advantage of 7:30: p.m In the Cafetorlum. i \ .
All members are urged to at 24.Mr. tli' :::
and Mrs. Joe Lamar Ha-
our prompt, courteous service and expert Guardian Maintenance car tend. ::
gan Keystone Heights, a POLOrig

care we think you'll agree it's nice to be under his wing! Junior Club NoticeThe daughter, Sonya Alison, Feb. \ "

'\ and. Mrs. Archie William
1 Junior Woman's 1
Club Gaylord Jr., Starke, a daughter ; <<
will hear a speaker from the Tina Marie, Feb. 27. ) ,

i Baldwin Chevrolet Olds meeting Health Department on Monday March at their 4, i .

I at 8 p.m. In the club house. THE: RJUHT POINT for the !: < ; :: ; ::
The executive board will meet way 700 writ Come"4lMIIecC gN "

at 7 pm. ,preceding the, regular your favorite ESTER- ::::: 2.
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U: ,... _' \"'. ,, ". --.r'/i. w ., la arrg"'optia aiW'S =" ". Group 4 Class A Cage Tourney

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11>.10 .i ;y"", 117tf
I 'I ITa Be Planed In Orange Park
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... .. ... After being postponed a The Tornadoes are the first versity of Florida Gym. vlously determined at district
:': '" .".. -. .:"r..: ; ..: ,,1Th 4 week because many coaches seeded team in the tourney Last fall, tile executive com- planning meetings, he said.
-r.. aG1rartiR I left their jabs 1n the statewide wIth Stanton seeded second. mittee of the FHSAA voted tu BH5 Tutor Wal'ney Adkin-
weN.9R E!:. 4nnr teacher walkout the Although both teams have 8-2 hold the championships at the son says he is glad the state

Class/ A. Group IV Basketball' records In conference play Jackllonvllle Coliseum. Since play.cff site has 'been switched
rawer sk I Tournament will be played this Station has played all Class the entire group, regional, and to the University or Florida
rare is Thursday Friday and Saturday AA teams. The Tornadoes have state plny.orr setup was postponed site because everything a team

....rw, v e Ii k \j Feb 29 and March 1.2. ;,a 16-8 season mark. one week districts needs during the day is within
+.7 ak 1 1 it Iin Orange Park. Regional tournaments will be were to have 'been played this walkIng distance of the gym;

-..deII First game for Coach blarney played the following weekend weekend the Coliseum Is not IJ cafeteria, for Instance.
Adkinson's Tornadoes will March 8 and 9. and the state available due to a rock n'' roll Site of the regional tourney

be 1 p.m. FrIday with the /WInner play-offs are set now for dance and apro hockey playoff -: will be s<'t1le I or Thursday's lone game March 15 and 16. The an- game. champions are determined.
between FernandIna Beach and nouncement wall made Monday The City of JackMJnvllle! offered Adkinson says his Tornadoes

Bolles. afternoon by Floyd E. Lay $2, OO to the FHStAA to have been discouraged by the

c ,rw newly: remodeled law effloe.ot IWp. Gene Dr. D. IS'. Whitfen (left). and n. F. Mlzl'lI JI' rlgM Orange Park will play Stan- executive secretary of the help with expenses If the postponement and show "no

a ShaW on \V. Call St., Which Avon him .the first aro shown prvwrnting awn"1 to Rl'p. Shaw for Chamber of) ton Vocational of Jacksonville Florida High School Activities tourney would be held there. enthusiasm at all' during
,"HIP' Award." pummeroe4 the first aU-Negro school to Association. After It was moved to Gainesville !practice lIesllons. At one ses-
Emory I'revatt Jr. enter the tournament in the But' a change In the site or the offer still stood, but sion earlier In the week Ad-
second game Friday. the finals has been made whit the FHSAA refused the money kln'llon stopped the practice and

4-H Swine The championship game Is brings them back to the UnlI because the site hud been sent the players home.
-4 First 'BIP' Award Made set at 8 p.m. Saturday.An changed. The Tornadoes have seen no

: In a written atutemen t. L ay; action since beating Class AA
Judging Champ 57-50 It eb. 13. Only
-- -- -- said "All member schools that Ocala here
The first award ''the were previoullly entered In team In the group to ace action
In Lake 'Work
property on West Call Street panelled interior demolition of the old stand- Crosby Cemetery ,
E Chamber of Commerce's new.1y The buUdlnlr acquIred b31 r The Emory Prevatt, :Jr., a Soutb I these tournaments are eligible during the past week has beenBolles
was presented to ard Oil Service Station at Jacksonville .

mprovement'launched,Poarazn1 BIP [Bradford went occupied Shaw last as year his law Is office now ,bean aftel r Shaw a series Wednesday that the In Blp the Com-f11'Stof 'South Streets Walnut and and the East demolltion Madison : -- shown Starke with 4-H the Club trophy Member that he il,I To Start Soon Committee Says will to compete.be conducted" The tournaments In accordance which Englewood played Saturday

.. 3hts wok; to Rep. Gene Shaw being completely remodelled I won as high IndIvidual 4.1) with the schedules pre- night. i
; I mIttee plans to make monthly by L. G. Powell of are old Swine Judge In the state livestock iI I
r 1iorlmtrovements I made to his with a. new brick front 'and I Using the slogan "Put A house at the corner of East judging contest held In I- ...

1IIooIi r Smile on Your Town Instead 'Brownlee and the Old La.wtey Tampa Feb 16. early start fJn work, of made at 11 future ,meeting of
-"' of'A Frown," DIP plans to Road. cleaning the Crosby Lake Cem- the commrttee.
In addition to livestock
"ONE" PLAN PROTECTION etery was planned a.t a meeting 'toile initial.cleaning project,
make the Improvement pro- Awards will be made only> judging Emory Is also presl-
gram year-around project, for of the committee held last which will) get, under way In
f projects Started since Jan- (lent or hIs "-JI Club and pl'esi.
t for everythingLife designed to encourage aU communities uary 1.The dent of the Bradford County Saturday afternoon. the next ',we.ek or 150. wiLl iIIe Join The Wise
the Initial of ),'itr.Schmitt. .
Attending under the
plan- supervision
In the .I-To
county\ : objective of the committee f-H Councll.
"W'I ning meeting E. 14 Mat- assisted "1... O. and
were by
Present better
II appearance Is to "Improve thellm- His project work Includes a
thews, Mr and Mrs John M. f;'. Hazen Buyers Everybody's
Health Home Carloll 2-To Instill pride In appear- age" of the entire county, sand small purebred Angus herd --
L. O. Hazen, M. F. to contrlb.lite {
-, -. I &nne. 3-To Increase business It IB hoped that all comm nJ- that Includes an Angus heifer Simpson Anyone wishing
I by offering more attractive tIes of the county will JoIn In that he caught rat the First Hazen and.Charl' Schmitt. to the Cemetery Fund may Saving AtNASWORTHY'S
Mrs treasurer of send donations to Mrs John
I Simpson :
.through surroundings4To IUIIIlstl In the spirit fJf the Annual 'Calf Scramble' last
one Improvement the Fund 206 Water I'4t..
Cemetery announced Simpson S. !
attracting new Industry to the October. He win exhibit the
pl'ogram. I that It total of $1.f>19 had been Starke Fla.Bogus.
area. The committee also com- heifer In the Youth Livestock

MAN I Members of the newlynamed mended the successful Itortve Show of the Bradford County oontributedby to the time of the 66 persons meeting.up I

BIP CommIttee are: Bas- that has been made for :funds Fair March 27.30. It was" decided that although Check.

'I com F. Mizell, Jr.. chairman; to undertake a thorough Emory will! participate In the goal of $1000 has been exceeded -
: PLAN the Creater Calnesville AreaSteer
: Roy Burnham, Charles Sawyer cleaning program for CrosbY contributions would Draws Charge
Show and Sale Thursday
Mrs. Russell Norman and Lake Cemetery continue to be accepted, as received -
March 7, steer
'by showing a
CHECK Gerald Williams They have "This is in line with thel ob- and deposited In a fund
that he has raised on his farm. An ail-points bulletin Is out :
already held several meetings Jectives of our committee, for future Improvements a.t the
Other 4-H members with steers for a man ,charged here with
to plan ways and means of Mizell said "We are grateful cemetery including the
for the show Include Walter I possible forgery alter he gave a bogus
'TIME encouraging property owners to all who contributed to this installation of two two- .
Prevatt:. Zack Edwards, Gary I $45 check at Dees' Grocery on
MONEY TOO to improve their holdings In fund and look forward to the MelvIn and David Stalnaker. Inch water wells and pumps R
) SR-IOO south, according to
keeping with what the com- start of this project which one t.o. be located 111 the old I '

.. r mIttee feels Is the most Im- should make Crosby Lake REWARD: CIIICKEN part of the cemetery and one Bradford ment.A SherUf's Depart- / s$ ctUp

i portant Chamber project of Cemetery one of the real na- In the new part The lack or
HILL POWELl 1968. tural beauty spots in the 'Whoever stole the March of water at tile cemetery has been warrant for forgery and To 36 Months To
=2 I In announcing Its first county" Dimes! donation Container a great inconvenience. and uttering a forgery has been :

In from Kentucky Fried Chicken hindrance to !beautification signed against the man whose COME SEE YOU'LL BE
monthly award' to Rep. Shaw urging all-out corporation, I -
car=:! P.h0lM. 964.646-1 404. W. Madison St I the DIP Committee also commended not only bY' owners of business please return and get a bucket work at the cemetery over the name is uncertaIn and whose I
address Is unknown by Deputy
of chicken tree.-The Management years CONVINCED
those who have under- property. but also by owners 1
'Starke Florida of Mrs. SImpson said that Sheriff Robert Green The,.
taken recent Improvement residential, and even vacant many
check was given the We have one of the best TV I
of tiose In contributions grocery I
property MIzell said that each sending -
projects that have contributed
: ..:: 1NSURANCE' ''by NATIONWIDENATIONWIDE' had indicated Interest In store about a month ago but Technicians in this Section.C. .
.... greatly to the attractiveness : project -no matter /
-.- had to north to be''
of the community. These In- how small-contrlbutes to the while passing thI'Cughthat supportln a perpetual care go up
::: MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. clude the new front and planters overall !ffect and ,would do its 1s. a person who is not familiar plan for the (cemetery and It cleared Green said resulting, H. NASWORTHY

_4: ,NAAIONWIDE MUTUAL\ FIRE INSURANCE CO. at Oem Jewelry, landscapIng part in mprovlng the appear- with our problems;' the was agreed that the organization In the slow action on the case.I I

', NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE CO. at Jimmy Moore's Sun ance of the county as well as chairman. said "We are judged of a Crosby Lake Cem- Green named an R. K. Be-: FURNITURE & APPLIANCE

Sports the new quarters for the mo ale of Its citizens. by others rightly or etery Association !Would be dell on the warrant he signed I
borne office: Columbus Ohio helpful in developing such Feb. 13 but thinks the
a now
wrongly. Let.s smile
put on
the Shoe Rack at the corner ofCall I "Ima Inc the impression a II
-..,-'. and. Walnut Streets the that a Isltor to our town gets our town Instead of a frown!I" program. The possibility of orgllnlzlng man's name is Warren Can-:
A.r I'.. ..- .'00&. .. '''''' such an associatIon trell. The warrant has note
will be explored and a report yet been served
"''S NEW .

""' ISTA.USHEa 1901 ., 'TUC-LOADSofCARPET V VALUES! At The Library I .......

.:;:J'UItNITURE and APPLIANCES The following new books are I
available at the Public LI-

Our stock is so tremendous TERRIFIC SAVINGS brary In Starke:

,_ x. .. Y for thisevent that N onJo'ictionThe I
., we
: ::: :;t'
have shipped truckloads of Elizabethan! World The MURPHYSHAVE
.;.".,,;,.: 'carpet into our warehouse. Smith: Cyrus: Field: Man of
..;.;..;.;.. Thousands of yards of ear- p fsrgstr Two Worlds Carter: AmerlI -I
( can Art. Since 1901) Rose
__ .y'' ; pet.hundreds of rugs, at fHrD 19p4 I Gipsy Moth (Circles the- World: I
the Lowe+i Priers Ever, I
Chichester Thomas Wolfe
'If :
... v ; ,- Turn'bull' : Pelglln Whlte-

I ;::;.r1c Adams Calf: History of the USA I

?6 +ll irr'' f y frr7w ( Fiction
The Short Novels of Jack
1l Schafer \\Schafer: Terror on Taken Over
1 I i
; f 'Hampton i) t9iZN The Mountain Ramuz: The

t J 4its"'r } T ;1v{'_.f!. .f7 o-r'rr..l_ '!. Murder of The Dalnty-tooted 3
m : 1 Imagln. how ".autlful you h.m. will ,7- Model Hewens; The Tower
i b. wh.n It Is cari.I.d with Hampt.n.Thil dFORTE of Babel' West: ::1 Was Fol. RHODEN'S _
# carp..ring y., thrifty and rr luxurlou. of can b, y.t oh, t ; lowing This Girl Sklrro.w:
> geed locking, Hampton h. mad. o' ,yA A ;{ w r.menably prie.dl F.n. h r 'w One Very Hot Day Hatber-
100" Nylon Plio, wo..n .. clo..ly .
.ry 10091
1 a sturdy Nylon Pilo carye stam The Action of The
: Tiger
10 glv. you longs w.ar. Your ch.lc. p.t of an .conomical price. ;ji. : .
t"r 9'" ,, o' .yoroi c.r.... Doubt. backing Ivi. pf.an. M>l Walsh; The Artificial Traveler TEXACO
/ longs w.ar and gwat.r .la- ; Murder Among
.. _.
r bitty, Your choice of Iov.1y ,"' Children Cae: Vanity of

-: t- r 5 j Sq. Yd.sq. Duluoz Keroullc: The Tale ___
of The Jo-
Big Computer -
yd. .' Bronf. Gold I i 1
annesson The 'Rendezvous -
C r y Wh.aJGold f 49 fa ;
i Mos.Gr..n Anthony: ,Shady Grove -
n f Colors S Avocado E L Gn.n u. eta. 1 t tI Giles Robertson -
: Paradise Falls -
:: Annqu.Gold a.y. S.e Grwn o STATION
-e' v .{ '+ f.rra Cotta ; Standing on A Drum _
Blacker: Gore and Igor -

-""' 9'x12' Foam Backed Serged Rugs. $49.95 loo//+ Pile, Tweed and Plush Levln, ; Cab Intersea Walker -
: Mrs Beneker Weingart- 2n: N. TEMPLE AVE. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Murphy
nn elL: Overdrive Gilbert; The
-I'' Pepper Garden Slimming, :

.Nfi 4 Saw( I BUNK BEDS J r .i' The Whiff Love of Death Chase -- Aslmov BBrlow;; And Invite You To Drive In And Get Acquainted

Cargo of Eagles Allingham: ,
m d 8 piece complete bunk $5995 Benjy Boone Dolbler.Mayor's !

: 1 Includes outfit: sturdy 2" posts AXMINSTER Alexander,. x 12'Smith'' .x I Court FuJI Line Texaco Gas And Oils

o 2 ..... 2 springs .
02 Manr.rws Guard Roil Ladd.r RUGS Mayor Carl Hurst disposed B. F. Goodrich Tires And Tubes
00'" .._.0..w... or six cases,Tuesday night in:
$s. DOWN .nf 30..M'. r.'.....'. ..... his weekly session of Starke''

,,., 59995 $2. A WUK RUG PAD .!S'93t Mayor's Court: *
-__ x ...Ilo.n.nnOOIP + Leonard Dwight Sturgls.i' Batteries And Full Line Of Accessories

$ .T...W.IIq' driving while int3xlcated fall-
S e Ch....
w'e to have vehicle
Y ...... con-I
.? a "' D.luxe Iunk Outfit .q se1 /'! trol and< causing an accident

1 ; D.hrx. ....c... H.odboard $1299 S MANNINGTON MILLS postponed until March 5. I -- PLUS --

o5CY aa'ik a'NI'' ................. ECON-O-VINYL I Jiddle; : Wayne Dempsey; un-i L
/IIIBa.ctccd lawful equipment on an automobile -
FLOOR COVERING I forefelted bond of ITS BEST


RI Ideal for childrens room or .pare h" S12 tl theft Nathaniel sentenced Smith to ,days petty In FROM A TUNE-UP TO A MOTOR
p icr'I: room Comfortable and sturdy. .
J Yaa .
4 '' t-:* Fits mosl size room. I jail.Curtis
'-' -fr. any, 1 -,. GOODS,,.. aN r.t' T. Smith voluntary OVERHAUL

t 'Jr ,, INCLUDES........ri..M.IInN LUSTRE-TONE intoxication sentenced to a
.MUMyMfrdni. fine or $27.50 or to five days ,
I ::::.:':.= :: Ullhlw.lgh' In Jail. I i
h YES The Murphyl Operate A One-Stop Service Station _
-'H' of n 1 RoeII. W.ar David Maruca, drinking: asa I -

r S 4 9 9 5 ,.t M C.lorful 'o".rn minor forfeited bond of

f/RRIf ,12' tS $27.50.
r s
; "' EACH rt RUG ........ 6 '
DOWN tnos James Benjamin Knight
at $59.95
.,- .51.25 A WEEK Compar. $395 posseslon of whiskey as a mln01' -
RUG ........ forfeited bond of 2750. I

James Richard McCarthy, "
reckless driving, unlawful COME IN TODAY!

.. speed fined court costs of

,128 S. ;Walnut.Street, Phone 96.1-5289 '6.50. I.- -



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1tRA11pY1M1 CTWTNTT --..*........rA*...A. fiJOltllbt-- Rrr rn One --faire ihnd
.,_;_,_,;,1.-__ _,_,<... FEB. 29. 1908 ... .- _. t..
n. -
svllle, announced Tuesday as I scenes power bloc conniving" I 22 years. Peck, attended high I II Open HouseAtJ Set
\ ftltf dr;aR*" Stantac OT (Indian caught, 20 large Spocs on a'fI- Democratic candidate for He said that he Is offering his I school and Draaighton: School : k : ..Je! .
.... ... ." CBJctO lthougty)l} '%ipm hajid-)-, 'bAU. -I.-Irnlla. tO,.4t< ,.U.'e"No? Ai.bl.casttlte.balt.acrosai :: le office of State.Senator I''..experience as a "bualnensman.and of CrmttnerCf! Tnf Atlanta. Oa,, .In. e'va City;<<) o 'CoIfag.
the- capped and.In a WluJA"J; "l chafe, W1tll atiolnnowo'o 7th District." Ihilifd- his reputation tor lnteg" and' rs 'a'' veteran of World 'week, ""in jftorklaTarfopei: 1
fcod.andreVtcve om the I :
: the-
VOICE. o( ,. IJo'ka;.port&, especially.: \ ;flsiiuigj (! It.lr.vly.wJt1lerks.: : isr Alaehua Bradford' Dixie,I'city' and sincerity! as a ,citizen War II. He is ja past D1itl'1ctOo"ernOI' ; .housewill :1 M; .held on tho)
: 1: spend anoat at..toy, eparp; < '
: ., Lafayette and Levy "in a crusade to help ourDlstrlct of Rotary Interna un--1
Waraale..ptIr'lfha's rilchrlst of the Lake City
la campus '
S Mit /
time,titling on the.dock. wln; TWt! ; flow and our entire State tional" and a member of num-
tHeJBoHt\ trying',4b< ctH) ( Lodge. Roy Orlflnls juntles. lot College, and ftorest nlJt'.l4
t "
.1 r fpp{ ,.fttr A 4Htl,.,ovcr.'tt ...year.I. _one ot the .!tBasa.c tchlnp-est/ In maklnc 1 his announce- grow and piosper. .el'oItS..c:1v1c' : and' fraternal or- I School on Sunday Maroll,1O.
statement : He-: has
In eanlzatlons
his prepared
catch # said he would run 4k
By1like .bcon Writing a smell 'fellows around .can 1i rJ lent Peck: from 2:30 to-4 p.m:
:jhftvB... "4 Peck, bdid"In order to give Officer or director of many\ j jpublic"
Y u "column) ,, _IttdtaaR.acigwa. .'em when everyone .I!-. has n a platform of "new leader- : an I A11Intere t.ed'-dtlzens >lnthaj:
\ Chilly arxGrertings. y. I have completed quit'trying. When' J a.ikyl' : him !lIP and respon$blllty in hlsh the voters a clear choice I ( service groups and area are invited to aU4nd>
; ittmeyApr at Qnnta.Fe, Junk i to give a f4Ap tips on how ,ho laces'to fit"the) needs of tile intend, during the campaign charitttbte or health, fund Work: of th>,'various" terp\inalt!
r ,-- --- -- iut CpJl end !plan! to take,a docs it. he'told me somethinglike. ,ew.'pixxrressUe mood of the to present my stand on such drives. In 1965 he was named divisions ..andtranater'depai, :t.4
Sportsmen, this ford'County TetegrtrjJh had no f.w-nn? ;courses shortly, t this.jieue.sa,20| -poynd( istrlct.( Pack ap ld indications,. problems M education taxes, Top: Executive of acid'the Year"bv ,meats will %e on display, and
Is )your rolling-fisherman withthe'uew such col ,. ;otethe JP Sports Report. For Mr. .A attfldg4: ,:,,a nU here I plan to have a little, education line,,on .his spinning :VfW.wt' boU .\cal system!' workers equal opportunity sional \selt.t *.prOfTC's being raad*|
quite a while I have wanted to am. >( in.iny.tf'Uli.Ot.The. Week: sg- reel with a No. 3/0,4r favorite, 20iQagle ,nd there Is no longer a place aiv(J*,' many other issues now I A I"'fICI, nn nt Ttr. TKUD.: |I'''on.the f :'nf*:srm and the/ >Aewtechnicshbnildingnow.
end of colunai. Claw hook. His '' tra'iltlonal' old-line troubling our citizens"A'resident ''under!
me4jt..ap my ttae "
write a Sports Column con- For those( of you who don't ? >f I GRAPH brtUf' r**ill '
cerning fishing and hunting:, know m9,,)1ere'. a. little,atjout If you have any new*.concern- bait is.lake shiners! which flsh-he ollticlan with.hla behlnd-the- ', of Gainesville\ tot _construction:.at the eolle.un" .-
and 'perhaps spreading to other, me. I am a 1968' graduate of Inl' .titlhinl' or. hunting, that sometimes' .catches ,while 4
'Sport. somo day. It came to I Bradford ' Ing fae. Baas from the other .
my Attention, that the 3iad- now-ltva on .the north end,. of news..' nUlno at4t5-ai,71 '(Mel side of the bOat. He says trollIng Ed Petlf
i rQ eJ Moore, Tuesday alter. and. still-fishing for BvsIn
''n9P a\' 41oo., most eftectlvo. .at this time Peck Seeks

NOTICE CHICKEN FARMERS I I .,xy .f. 4 "f I rather well In.,.Lake Santa FelatlvJuuyau picture, are a perfect example I Senate SeatEd
will see as.you of his.ability-5' Baas totaling

DO YOU NEED read this column.,The Specs over: 00 pounds.'i. .- i Peck.. agricultural busl-
the bed, but ,. '.. '
-e.-iaylnp on ness and civic leader of Qaln-
.*. SA WD'mrl' AND taking'their sweet ., '- \
they are t ., .
tbmo' < 'doine it.,My.: fatlier \ evening you have come on out
? >)"* : : Dnve
SHAVINGS '" ,..J1II. /'ChlltY. and, ,my Jfncje 1..1\0 I and get !in on the- fun and exqltUig Wsnet .
: .Alfred HUdson\ of Gal **- c 'action.Some "
*' FOR YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES; .. YWs::y,g ent ;over' to>>' the.bd. of the above Information -
Wednesday, night '(fail moon), was :'dbtaincd from the
FOR IMMEDIATE DELiVl kYtLL': ') End caught'\ el ixrjarg. Sj>ec% ]I 5' I.Floiida Game and Fresh Water

Went with them Thursduj/: Pomml'sion.
LINPBERG HENgX": night,)N ; ,we only caught''one, -
9luiOay\ ,eyentng.S'ather.ar 4 I.
752-7305. LAKE'L'1TVIillLIM1MuIllilMM1RlllltM and ,q&d/ly, Elite, ,ot GainesvijJewfcOVJiiaik 301 -

: ,. .gad caught oalj
one Jackf Ish. Hdwevcr, o \\1et] _
'IiiiiiiUllM people- "did pretty! : good: oyeilha r .
'(weekend. ,,.wshipman' ,\, / T.t DRIVE-iN I
Camp (on, ,the Weir "that4vtapa' tip the :
wet, shorof\ Fe) reports fishing news; and since I have A '
Do {good. catches of,,specs no hunting news, that's H. OPEN SUNDOWN. NEW 1968
your banking and a few Baas, even with the Now comes the educational Show Begins at,7 P.M. t '
bd .weather.' flame,c of:UK portion, which is meant to bet.I, ADMISSION FRbf"Minima 1 ;
in you"rCart catches'! *.,,reported,wcrou Mi;., tRI.lcduaint, you .wiUiutae fish 75e' Students 4r'Adults .tiOChiloren TJJUpKS TO CHOOSE T
*l So until
acid A4s. PE4lrlggers.: e.1: Mid giiiao of {pUs area.
a patneavUle. caught f 3.Sj>ecC : nextweek; ,, icre'sthe, "Fl* h I Under. 12 Free

JjmY\ .llou ad ;Nit. ..YAI.ply : Of., The-Week. '
of'OaineatletAaOgh: ;.:.9e'pcos ;'WSM OK' TIIK WEEK i FUL,' SAT. SUN.. .t ,4

; K nnath'I Brook",FAugll t :"SfeTkJcd irchj Since the !MARCH 1, 2. 3

5.panthelarg( : :;,.ttno. .weigh', specs h ave bef and ,*U11 are I Double i Hundreds DoIIars
r MJ N.1..,.. polAada...; r.Wddvltr, .; bltUtg.they xuq.my. dirk, of tlip Feature.Program: Save
Robert' Kctfer taught: 25 Specs;: Week. tae. aalsaaalt ,
:Mtkj AUbano' anc!;''JJ1gene! :.A.Akins Speckled ranch< are a 'member I fla
,caught;, Specs, all,preceding I of the Sunfish Family and
people tram Galnosvill. are Itlhly'esteemed' by It.-ht.1
From JacHsonviHo"- Dick tackle anglers: /\ "Specs" inhabit
Putnam, had 90 specs:Mr..an Mrs..,George Frarzman caught and fivers, with a 'preferencefor I
32 Specs;' and Alan KnJhtand waters around vegetation I.I I.i I.

w '.. {tr' ey.aao Pat'M-uildln' 'had 40 Spoea. submerged 1 'brushes logs ,
From Ocala -r Mr. and itfrs stumps and 'piers.!! Usually
Bill Palmer caught 27 Specs;; around January; February, '
Ed Liucalcr of.. Keystone had Spec.fishing moves swiftly into ,
22 Specs i And 3 BASH with the, s.fgh-gear as spawning be I
largest oneweighlixg! 6 pounds;; gins.* In Lake Santa Fe, the' 1
Zon Morris caught 23 Specs. C 8pe .'slowly 'began moving I
A. Rodibaugh of New Augusta,, the,bod? last week, and believe
Ird. caught 10 Bass He hAS> .ijoc, you can; really have .a ball
/ vjr spent; the last lew winters! O r, Bulling those big ones In when\ \Y
Santa! Fe.And now has a home they're on the beds, good. The PaUL I V \
here. The .Specs ,were caught beds are usually found In hpl. 4. i g
Without ever leaving your car you can on tho''bcH4 and''brushplles with low Iwatera,. around .reeds and NEWMaN ; ,

withdrawals when use minnows otherotandIng! vegetation. : .
I make deposits or you Griffin's Lodge (west side ol Color ranges from, dark CIJ COOL

our 'convenient drive-in banking service! "Santa Fe) al o had a good( oHve-g'rpen to a light tilvcty-!! '/ p; r ,
weekend.all ot their boat; green., which may be, cloudod HaND DIKE F arv
HOME OWNED were,.out. ttoy Griffin guidedJdV ( with, darker spots sometimes PLUS -
HOME OPERATED ; ,. and Mrs. '!iStcinmetz of iAtIsnta almost black. The average
,-, Ga.? and, Mr: Stclnroetjpaugnt weight is around a half pound.\ .I The world of the Go-Go
THE, a \9 3/4, and 6. 10;:,1'" Ho s,ver ,' they! do,, 8"row, tothreepounds girls and the get-get guys.
pound in: !IB! :plus 3_others aver, ,, and, more.
Bank aging i.'POIIdl.1Mrs.' ;) BtelnnusU:. Live winnows are the best I
Community State I hung a largo,,one, !tout couU l all ::' l.Inbait,/ torSpecs, asfar''na ,
enoughso ,, However
not set her hpok quick ,natural baits' go.
STARKE '' and,shook free,'. they may fee on
k OF he came up ,. ? hl'imp.\\
They were fishing!iwith" shiners worms and freshwater
MEMBER F.D.I.C. The' Bass are starting tx Artificial baits used are:, jigs,I
bite.In'the btg.lake arounc I small,.spinners, "'buckta its, small;
the ,edge.. Roy; guided .Mr" spoons,, and .many others.
Morton of Atlanta. Oa., arm:1\, When fishing on the beds we
Bullock of South Carollni, UBS. aj .poles.: \,' 12 pound line a
tY Mr.
: last Friday and caught: ten. BB split shot, a small cork sOr[?[N LSOII ..::::::JOYCE GEilER
I The Bass are Blowing dowiIn. float, a No. 2 hook'and ,min FROM WARNER BROS.[Pj J JTECHNICOLOR"
CITY FISH AND 1 .'AltoLake, and are plcklnt now. However everyone has I PAN AVISION1 KSfl
I ln\ little Santa .Fo. The, his own preference for tackle.The 1
afternoon and 1i
961-9918 JacUflsh are still spawning next free
PHONE 1 and good catches are still beIng I i
I brought In.: The Specs art ----

THIS WEEKEND SPECIALS biting early in the morning!
I and late In the evening.Vhllc FLORID
I, the Specs are on the beds good r
SAVE 30.<<: you, can catch a mesa of fifth
FRESH 3 LBS. '$1.17' i almost any, calm night. If you Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00-. I
GROUND BEEF pole details in
.will take a Saturday 1 :00Fill. I
minnow _
fish-of-the-nvicekl) and a ;
U. S. GOOD CHUCK tiow paddle Across lowly: M0N.'t'tll':4. I
LB. 59 I -. will tell ,
'bed :Anyone
STEAK or ROAST I ovor the there aro many different !MARCH 1, 2.i:{, 'I I, T:)
|I you that
to. fish the 'beds
U. S. GOOD STEW 2 LBS. $1.35Fresh Some people load the,bOat by Students, Adults $1.00IHE i
ALL MEAT ) fishing! with Jigs. Roy-Griffin! I Children 60c<<: I

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LB. 79c I )UNGIt/sfUMpmr JOY!
RIB or :Woman, 68,

"' Walt l Disney
.ROUND 79 : HospitalizedIn .
STEAK _. LB. <

CENTER CUT IB. 69c :, :' Stabbing... Nobody matches our White Tag- deals. Nobody matehes' ;>
( :
PORK CHOPS A.68-year-old woman laborer : "ilgle. ..__ our Better Idea Fords, Mustangs, Fairlanes. Come,wok I f fbV,)

SHOULDER CHOPS -" LB. 49c was hospitalized Monday An ,. Hardtop the White Tag at your Ford' Dealer's and save! \J 1 f
."*b.lo.:'with a knife wound in ftatur : :! But hurry-offer limited..
I '
BACON OR hr.cheat;after-an argumentat I' '
SMOKED LB. 39c Luther, _.HUllarcVs, /;Labor' /RUDVARO KIPLING ool .".
SMOKED' PICNICS to ."...dJori'bberiff's "StOfifs; .: I
Camp, according t "MO III" .. / '1
Department.. r .. -.--- /
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LB. GRADE: "A" : -
3 t TO 1 i Alvin Hardln 33-year-old' -v-
STEWING HENS LB. 23c inhorer who. has worked for ITECHNICOLORIMC !. t j \ a
r tor threw years, U
FRESH MULLET LB. 19c I charged) ; With aggravated assault I I "'I j..; Ir

I on,an affidavit signed t! '. R Ford GaaxI.500 H"dlop .

PIG'S FEET 2_LBS. 25e. I by Deputy Sheriff( A. E. Brown I I :;,1 t. ''C
I' Jr. Hardin is free under $1.000.. r 1 t

FRESH BONES ,- LB. 19c 'I bond.Loveula Munroe stubbed:I : i I : Pablan.Hudlop ;s r

NECK arguing and drink- II .
I during ano i
OR /reapreer. according to Deputy' and .,-,..,,...
LOOSE WEINERS Brown was stabbed .once? in MOUNTAIN LION! r. t
L. I
GA. RED HOTS I, .the"v chest with a hunting WALT DISNEY'S' T '
the Bradford
knife. She Is still In erwiiiegarMotors
: County 'Hospital an4.13! t qw le, the
satisfactorily.. Deputy -
( W
:. .Brown.sald. -- lonesome Xoizf
Hard n was arrested the TECHNICOLOR* Phone 961.7200 Slas Ila.as ? .
206 W. Madison St.
I Ifif)7 I
WE STOCK A COMPlETE LINE OF night of Feb. 19 by Deputies .

.. 1 ) F.. Krownlee y i Brown.and Olen.:_Moore, I _"ef03 .,-;;.",


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*; tlio Ulul r"llInl'd. under. Urn i pre,- from the date ul (the first pub- pufHiijutt. to il Final Judgment n..t forth In said& Final. Judgment rOAd 210 feet. to point of bo-
; I vIMons of Heptlon 8 UG.09, Florida' llrutlon of thin notice. of foreclosure dated February of for clo..ure. to wit: ginning and containing one
I 8tatuti. 198IS, will renlnter with Each claim or demand mu"t 14, 1905 and entered In Civil Commence at the Southwewt Here more or lea.. and lylnic
Ijpckdown Continued On Speeders the Clerk of the Circuit Court, be In writing nnd inunt mate Action ease No. 193 of the Circuit corner o.f JJorthsant. M of Kant of graded rood In South
In and for. Bradford County. the. place of renldenc and po..t- Court of the Eighth Judicial Northwest4, Section 21.Town.Wp portion or NEVI of NW4.! /:.c.,
Florida I upon receipt of proof office address of the claimantand circuit In and for Brad- 8 South. Band. 21 21 TWBP 63, Range 2112 ltu4tted -
"TJBjl court will not condone E. SUndberg Jr. arrested Koons set for trial after the defendants t if publication of this .notice, the must l be sworn to by the ford County Florida, wherein East, run East 177.6 feet for In Bradford County
: I AMKR1CA.: FINANCIAL said Florida, all Improvwnenta
fletlt Io-n. of Starktt Tire claimant liln' nxent or hl uttornev PIDEWTV n point of beginning Including; -
alfji i foolhardy actions which two miles north of Lawtey on pleaded not guilty: DR. RITCII RE-ELECTED: SaleB. under name whlrh I am ..iffHf or it will become void CORPORATION a Penn- P.O.B. being on Easterly. line and appurtenances
leopltrdize' the-J1vesand, safety Feb. IS. I Laura B. Scurry. driving on TO AMERICAN ACADEMY | Ml fn hllPlneiM fit 245 W. according to lau ,Sl\anla (corporation la, I'lalntlff of a traded road thence continue thereon attached I thereto .
Iorlda..IHIIIOH Tnch rndltor. shell deliver nnil lF'F'DltD B BIIOWNINO Kant. 210 feet tlieixv Dated thin 2'lth day of February
f mnoeent- ," a 24- The judge also meted out a the wrong: side of the road; MiullHon Ht. Htnrke. > .. hilt .
> persons O Ritch of Staike .' T. :Sloor*,. I'urkiT Ht. sufficient ('''|iioM of his claim end I.U.r.IAN BROWNING North C3 degrees End, imral-
ear-old Jacksonville man was jail sentence to John 'Wayne! Milton Davis, failure to sur- Dr T. I0.. hex 70. NIU rke. Kin. "lnowniT to onnlila th ii! (:Vmnty, I .I"IKO|, | to wire UIH" Defendants, 1 Wlli Null )tel l with graded road, 210 f..<-t, A. DARBY
and has been re-elected< to act.1vememberl mall '.".. I tn *ik' h | 1'1! "'"'1'- to I hiil.{ liliiliimt, and beat. bidderfor thence Went 210 feet to Bunt Clerk of the Circuit Court
old in County Court Tuesday Underhill who pleaded:! guilty, render drivers license hl > in the American! Dated thin Zltli day of ('.. >. roHvntiitlve.liut unit at I the Knot Door of erly line or said Biailwl roailthence sty Beulnh M Moody
lifter pleading guilty to speed- to possession of beer by a auto tag: Barbara Brown. assault > ; "riinry. A.I). intm ut i4terke, 1 ""l "..hrllll ry 211, A.I I)I. I 9 OIl. the Ilrailfonl (County "'otlrlh".u..eIn South G3 '.MffrrefKtnt Deputy, Cleric
ng at 90 mph on US 301. minor. and battery; Alvin Har- Academy: of General Piactice In nil ford C<>unty. Flnrl"29 ". TATllll'IA. HAItltM" (.MIllHT-/ ," Htaikc, lliudfonl County. alone Easterly: hue of gradelFREE It 2-29
: t'n national association of .- 4t 3-21 (')',OI.nH: ana run& n MINUTTFIHST !: Florida, at 11 ::110<>( am.. on the
Robert Olenn Koons was I After noting the youth had I din aggravated assault. Re-election : NATIUVAI BANK I OK llth I day. i.f. March, 198R the -
.entencei; trouble with the lawlon Mrs. who also faces family do-tors .I\I'fOION\'II.I.K follnwln. dPHi',Ih.-" irnprtv.. an
!'; to' three days In jail been in Brown NOTICK Oil" IMTMMTIOM TO
c": that the phy.slclanhas 1 nxvi-utorH' of the Last Will
nil< fined!' $50 by County Judge numerous occasions the: breaking and entering charges completed 150 AHI'I.V KOH KKTlriOU XtVIltlm : anil Ail. TcBtllMli'llt' nf. lONAIr) > '4. CAR SAFETY CHECKLet
Theron A. Yawn in Bradford I judge sentenced him to 30, asked for a preliminary, Not". lie h.'r..by, foflv..n tile t (.IIIUI-ITIJI.HH.. : PeieiiMid.a .
., 9 i acciedited' postffiaduate iindnrnlirnml under' the pro 'i it :i.21iv STARKE
County's continued crackdown I days In jail. hearing and( the request was! last vlHlnllH of HiM-tlon" 06.fln. FlorlilnHlalutcH.
In the In Mechanical
us help
medical study you get your car perfect condition -
on speeders. FlIP Tiooper W, The following cases WeTe granted. '' 1JI0D will roKlNter with
.. ('lull IC ('<>IIIT OF '
I mi en years "H the, IToi,'k of the f'lrcult Court, Tin: before the new
In other actions the Court: In and for Bradford County, 111*! I'K.liril: .MIlKltl. <'Ill'I -
I -Continued the case The Academy is curienllyspouilieudniK Florida upon receipt of proof ( If 1'\1\ ,,'tilt KOIl BII.\I>)>(O'O"" BUSNESS!
a movement to of publication of thin. nollrn. tlioflPlltlourt ('OI1."I'\ t'I..ntlll.\ STATE INSPECTION LAW
against Undo. M. Howard.
NO. 103
; of Jlnimv:
SLADE GASlasherJllbiIOO I charged with Issuing eight, -.tie a new .spei'inlty of funnily :Moore' Hun rlportfl.cOmb under. which FIT>r.r.ITY: AMERICA:
nilmncc DIRECTORY Goes Into effect We will Imtprwt light, born brakes
worthless checks, find ordered:!, medicine tliut will I am nifrag-Ml In liuHlneiw ut FINANCIAL )
the ability of the family phy- :Sin W full Ht. Hlflrke. FlorM a. pi ,noylvu n lit. I'orporullon I Urea shot ks at no cottt to you Drive In today No
![ that her husband. Matthew James ')'. Moor*. I'nrker 8t., 1'Jalntirt
Charles Howard. be charged sician to provide comprehensive P. o Box 70 Stark.., Fla.. sole v.. \VTO SERVICE obligation.
I continuing care to the iwfler., rUFPOun i If. nnowNiNO:'< I and
with failure to provide supportfor Dutod, thin SOth! lay o.f Pehruiirv 1.1,1N liltOWNINO: his wife
his family. public. A.J r>. 1.1H at Starke.llrniirord I 1I.'f"nIunuNt.'rIC. ,
County Florida.< ..] OP l"II1'I.S I.i iu Gilbert S. Brown
Fined each of the following TO SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
NO'I'I'I1'0': 2-29 4t 3-21 II.\I."*. -
tSO: Oary Lee Fraser leaving Is.,:..INIiil: IIIIIIIOIH :>A >li': -- NO'J'IK'F] is!' IIIRKBY given
;Nt.t"i.... I Is ,Ii"r.'Iy, 1&1\'.'" I Hint IN TIIR' ('.."N'ry' .H'nOR'H' Standard OU Service Station THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
the scene of an accident: Herbert ,,, ,
I thi unili-iMliniiil, iimli'i thy nrovlnlonx ('itt ItT IV ,''\\II. fOK HIIAH- ATLAS
Kluever Flint reckless or rh'><|I Inn ,u.n'l.'' Plorliln 1"UKn 4OI'reTV.: ELOIIIJA I I
I driving and Wlllard' Hines., ritiittiU-H.s I IIMI": 1"11.1''! NO. 1-1491 Dunlop 4-PIy
,tI h.) i'l l 10 i I l I< <>r tli' .<"lr.ull.. iv: rn:: r:T\Ti3) OPM. Term*Road Servtoe (Mont American Cam) Tires loot Tire Kegr. Price
II I IE reckless driving. In iiI fur Hinilforilunl
Pined Tommy Wynn $25 'Pr ot i f pulillintUin) of thin notice :lif 'rIC'J.1 TO C'R"DI'rORI4 107 N. Temple Stark Correct Caster and Camber Tax & Sales. Tax and Trade
for disturbing the peare by I tlio fUtltlniiH" mime nf To nil rredltorc and all pernonn BaL 2 Front TIres In Off Your(Car -
fighting and- ordered that the .Stnn'H nootfrv. under whit we.nwird clnlmi. demandaiinnlnMt '
"M. .. In hUBln\ -M.. ut 101 saul. omntc.Yon Parts and Labor Extra It Blackwall or Whitewall
fine be paid by the youthful SEE HURST'SS
E. CoO Htrpiit. StnrltP I F'lcVIiIfl.Stanley :. and .each of you, are. Needed
defendant. :%lfltiIN and. :Mlrliirn UMatlilH. h"'hy" l notlfli-d and, rciiilre| l toprfwnt II E L L BUY 2 'TIRES
Suspended for 15 days the : 1041: N. 'V. 14th ..Avo.lUllllBVllIlt n nv < lalmn nnd ( l-'lu., UWniTKInitiMl \\ I you: ,, or pit' hor of you I Town FinanceCOMPANY Service Station ONLY $888 SAVE 25%
license of Lloyd HJennlnsrs .
a juvenile I his J'MH: tie'\' tit I..h'unn. itiny hove nicalnitt the. pHtnte of
Jr.. on his convictionfor .\.1'i >I. 1'nis:,. 'I,n I !SturkH 110().>:.\1.11 :,r. oHiiisroFPRna: !' Gas Oils Lubrication
I llni'lMid: I t''iinlriorliln' din. .ciini'il. Into of Bradford Coun- -
speeding at 45 mph In a ''.S'!I H.21:\ Plurlrtu to the Hon Theron Goodyear. Tires &: Batte..1eeROAD
I tv 226 N. Temple Ave.
10 mph zone on Pratt Street.7oto .\. Yawn Jr., County Judge of Ii SERVICE FIRESTONE & A SUPPLYStarke
oTirn OPiinrriov'\ TO lIrniI ford, County <'Ott I ty CourthoUHP Loans Up To $600
801 100 Starke 312 W. MadisonA :
//1 and :
':(.'M"II: Kit Til, 101 M >: %>"': In I Htnrko nrudfnrd County -. J
Notice: l lit hirrhy 11"1 von that Flurliln, < within nix month",

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*. 4 Water Temperatures: 4 Wash and Spin Speeds 12 I fides., I Ii I CARL BEGGS ClaMlfled Ad tn the TELE.OltAPH !: .

1.* Automatic :Breach Dispenser*" New Lint Filter I I bring results
you find your name among the Classified Ads, !
Gulf ServiceUSED
: and Circulation System *" Porcelain Enamel Tub Custom MadeFnr

*, Automatic Fabric: Softener Dispenser *. 5-Posi- : Florida) Living come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO I''I PARTS USED VACUUM: cleaners reconditioned -

-tion Water Saver *. Flush Rinse plus Deep Rinse I Top Price for' Wrecked Pr. $15: up. 10 different

*. Automatic Safety Lid Lock. t i YOU Get Mora FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 DriveI I' 24 Hour Wrecker Service name brands to chOOM from.

Part 4c excellent. repairs all

AVAILABLE IN WESTINGHOUSE !; No Salaried or Commissioned Theatre Passes in.TOOLS i Fuel Oil make KIR37 SALES A

SERVICE 712 N. Malm. GaInesVIlle -
AAA 8 & H Green Stamp
Employees -
,il Hwy. SOI N. Wald

REGULAR PRICE $269.50 I Ii I LIKE TO WORK i Up to IS word 1.23 : 710 Lemon St. Fsdatka THE RIGHT POINT for the

Furniture Repaired write. Come In
way you
(Minimum charge) I
YOU Benefit! Upholstered & Refinished LACY CONWAY and select your favorite ES-


i If not I New Innersprings I
r Extra charge
rentals. Greyhound Bus
$22950 All Slzea 8-10-12
PRICE "d "flII I Drop Us A Card or Call i gether charter a turn. Phone our late comers Tap Ballet, changer. Balance due.

IV Baths Memorial, Rnnoliitlnim'( PALATKA KA 5-0160 I. 964-6090. tfchff Aero etc. Ph. 964--7098. tfchg! $68 or $8 per month. Also(
and Expandable
I good' buy on COLOR TELE
7 cenln |per word MJtS. PEGGY SOALLEB20ft
Jacksonville, 353-1948 any-
New and Used Agent
: I AUTO. FIRE, BOAT SUN SPORTS time: ask for Credit Manager.

) words or less 3.00 DOYLE E. CONNER Will deliver. no obligation. A-
8-Yr. financing availableUse I : MOORE BOAT FOR
INSURANCE AGENC1'ttchg 1 Warehouse. 1606 Main St.
: ; I Faith: word over" M -, .07 : Jacksonville. Fla. 4tchg 229|
., Our Rental-Pur Starke Ph. 044-0781
:,. I
/ Blade's Low !Jnder.5OferMonth SILVER SANDS LAKE PUMPSNEW Like now 1966 Speed! Four I TO LEARN." Register Now.
!!i' t ( -I
$2.700 to $3.5(10: ) '
_iiv AND USED 80 hp. Flee Start Evinrude I Adult Education classes. Elementary

GATOR HONK LAKE. SALES-PARTS-SERVICE Only $599. Mercury 650- and Secondary.

: Low Price Of :i/wi _____ $3,575 to .$1.275 Deep & Shallow Wells 65 hp Elec. start Only $550 ,, Phone 964-5344 or 964-615.

1 I I IS EASY TERMS Water Softeners & Filters I Itchf

1 g' See S. E. McKay ,Expert Service On FOR RENT unfurnished 3

: Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Kcyxtoiie Height. All Makes bedrom house. Convenient to BACKHOE DOZERS

,1 $11950 :. I AND 473-4710: ur 4TJ-41.-)3:\ Phone 964.7061DURRANCE shopping area. $6S per. mo. DUMP TRUCKS

Phone: 473-43IB PUMP\ 417 W. Call St. Call 475-5276 MOTOR GRADER

Full Lake Privileges LADDERSFOR TYPEWRITER; RENTALS, :, AND SUPPLY CO. Long Distance. tfchg 25-TON CKANE

Homestead Exempt .1 FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSr Jay, week, or month.-Brad- DRAG LINE, /, YD.Ditches .
: Financing RENT ready for occupancy. :3 be<* : )rd County Telugtaph. Phone 1IPEJeIAWZL"I: } In sales of TilE RIOHT POINT for tht
room 1'/" bath. Treated ins. *A4-6&05. tf the way you write. Come In
.. Real E.fute and in appraisalsfor
outside of city limits In and ..Iee&rour: favorite ES. 0
and Individual
SLADE Lake .'GenevaTiaiIr I DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Plnebieeze. Easy monthl; 3'bedroom home In the coun estates owners.corporate 30 years experience TERBROOK Muntaln. pena

1 own a Longchamp Home? terms. Longchamp Coast Co try. Priced to sell. In Florida land. mat The Telegraph. Dug

Better built for Florida! liv Contact Bufoid Mitchell 2 beiroom home in the city ters. A. J. Thomas Licensed

: Sales ing. Your plans or ours pone 964-6853. P. O. Boa Must sacrifice. Real Estate Broker. Starke JOHNSON'S STORE Waldo. Lots Cleared

\ GAS AND APPLIANCES Your lot or ours. contact Bu- 238 Starke tf+" 235 acres. Partially Improved. Fla. Tel. 864-5701. _tfchg Pla.-New and nearly new la Fill Dirt

Oa. Boot toe. On Mil BKKeywton ford Mitchell phoas: 064 REAL ESTATE dies', mens' and chlkJrens'
Ilelfate 6853, P. O. Box 238, Starke THANK YOU NOTES-Beau FOR RENT -10 x 48 2 bedroom clothes and shoes very cheap.
382 \W.Madison St. Phone 96, .7701 tfcCi tifully engraved la gold o r BUY- SELLTRADE '
Open Sun. &: Evening* mobile home furnished. 8tp 3'28!
-' silver. $1.25 for box of 2S: In, i BILL POWELLReal Phone 964-7498. tfchg R. E. 'Bob'Daley
YOUR BEST BARGAIN ADULT :iludJngr envelopes. Bradfon. Estate FOR SALE! 3 bedroom 2

BASIC AND GENERAL 'ounty Telegraph. t' 401 W. Madlscn St. FOR RENT Modern, furnished bath 'concrete block home in

... I EDUCATION CLASSES. ENROLL Phone Off. 964-6464 1 BR Apt. Central heat. Saratoga Heights. Phone 964-
:- NOW. ELEMENTARYAND : NO. 603 FLORIOA FARM! $45 & utilities. No children or 7369 or 964-5859 after :6 s p. m.t1'chJl'.

I SECONDARY. Phone Xlnt. 80-acre farm: 40 acres WE BUY used furniture ap. pets. Call 964-6225. tfchg

.1' I 964-5341 or 964-6150. Itclig Improved pasture 40 wooded pllances or anything of value.
I If receive [young plne.l.] 2 deep wells, Dahmers Discount House 964- CAREY'S FLORIDA TRADERS -
c- you I NEW MOBILE HOMES. Chic- fenced cross fenced. Fine 60' 1923. ttchg, MAKE TODAY : Antiques bought and 117 South 3rd St.

.. : kasha 20' x 24' wide. BuddyClemsnn barn. Sturdy cement ,block MOVING DAY! sold.' Top cash paid for Fine' Palatka, Fla.

'., Layton travel trail CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 17
I' ranch; 7 rms, 4 brms-bath Move Your Insurance
era. Liberty Taylor, Azalea Oas heat. Panelled! ; L. R. w-' LEFT UNCLAIMED Business To I Oreen Cove Springs Blanding, Phone 325-3496

i Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing I. fireplace. Ideal location-near SEWING MACHINES: WI .
F' STOcK free set up and de town schools college. A FamIly have two 1968 Dial-O-Matli: : I
: I, livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER I Keystone"GEORGE FOR RENT-I bedroom furnIshed THREE Gas Heaters. .17. $20
Man's Farm: 33500. Zlg Zags that have never been L $22. Phone 964-5388. ltch
: :MART IN'C?., 6912 Blanding, Terms. used. They were Christmas la,P : E. apartment. for couple.I_

lax. 771-8776. tfchg No. 629-20 acre poultry farm. aways. never picked up. Customers LaRUE Also 2 bedroom unfurnished!'
: ::1 house In surburbe. W. H. Noll- STARLING
4 bedroom CBS home. left area. You can havi
bldgs 3
: :' FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration INSURANCE man, HO N. Cherrytfchg
for the balance
DiyiDEiypCHECKS Service. Home and On U. S. Hwy. $24,750. Terms. these machines
Commercial. Phone 473-3090 No. 636-
...... terms. Phone COLLECT Jack.. HomeownersLife Seed Feed Fertilizer
.1.., P. O Box 19. Keystone tfchg home 3 bedrooms dining Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 96c -
'" room. 4% miles town. $11,500. sonvllle, 333-1946. anytimeAsk & Accident at Mitchell Drugs 4tp 3'7' SHELLED CORN

VALID REASONS for selling Good terms.! for Credit Manager. Wit I Keystone Heights $3.20 CWT

: ,. this hen farm glossing $16.000net STROUT REALTY deliver no obligation. 473-4692 JOHNSON
New or New FIlM\ DOG
Nearly FOOD
last year Modern home, 2117 N. Temple! Ave., Stchg 2'2i' !!I I !
I ; Store, Waldo. 75 skirts 100 .
-- $1.00 50 lb.
J. Fla.
truck and tractor. A. Starke
E r ., Thomas. Realtor, Starke Fla. _(804) 964-6609 HOUSE For Rent-unfurnished-4 bedroom'. FOR SALE OR TRADE for 'and blouses ladles 50 25c pr.ec.shorts Bargains for girls for Calf Starter $3.18, 50 lb.

::: '. Itchg furnished or land Will finance. 341
Tel. 964-5701. HAY FOR HORSES
-. unfurnished the entire family. Open until
FOR REl'n"-3 room Central heat and alr-condi
Rd. Jacksonville.
Arlington ,
.,'. NEWLY DECORATED 2 bed- house. 732 Alton Road. tlonlng. Wall to wall carpet. ZIp 3-6 7pm. Friday and ''Saturday.

room house in Hampton. 3 Ph. 964-7073. '2t 229; Ph. 964-7389 or 468-1152. Sunday 9 to noon. Itchg

.." 1' put them to' work earning.; ; blocks from new elementary tfch(. FOR SALE Live Bait .\ FOR SALE Redbone Hound
: school. $50 month. Call Mrs. Worms and fIshIng tackle. 24 FOR SALE: OR TRADE a
FOR; RENT One large housiind I Pupa 2 months old; $10 each.
hr. service Lester Prevail 813
"f Roy P. Olover Hampton 468- room house on Ya acre
: WANTED one small house, unfurnlsh W Weldon St. 2tp 3-7 miles west Phone Keystone Height 473-
; i 1279 after! 5pm tfchg : lots good location 2
moremoneyforyoua : 964-5559: 4938. 2tchg 3-7
: -1. Phone It chg'. of Green. Cove Springs, good

ite FOR SALE-14' plywood boat. CASH PAID FOR SALE 10" hamonermlll condition for $7500. Call CASHJERBOOKKEEtERMature
;'e4t IOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR. with $73 Power
sacker corn
: Account 1967 18 h. p. Evinrude trailer. '.R. Kitchen Family Room, ; Gainesville 372-3291 after 7 experienced woman
growmg.SC1vlf19s husker and shelter $70 10
; 'M- 3 new tires. Call 904-7708. Good Clean Cotton( Rag large room, fenced-lt I p.m. 2tp 3-7 with good personality able to
storage! spike tooth drag harrOW', 040: 2 ,
2tchg 229: No Khakis.. Wool meet Good
tvr or backyard' at 610 Pinewood. bottom( plows 3
at COASTAL BERMUDA: Hay for Scraps.! Call 964-6329. It chg. :3'/V s', rolling chopper, 035; 2 row FOR SALE 1962 Will Falcon outstanding employee benefit
station wagon as Is. take Phone 984-S010, Mrs. Hall
()JvT tiS 11111. Ph MI-6712* Itchg BRING TO WAITRESS WANTED -- ixnerlence : ,. Covington disc Planters harrow ,$45.$25! : ;Other Si2'drag .best offer. Phone 984- 036. It Southern Discount Company.

FOR SAL.R 1OT9! Walk-In Bradford County ,.after necessary.2pm. Trail Apply Mote Itperron ; farm machinery. Logan 1.4 ml. FOR RRNT 3 bedroom unfurnished 17' Hotpoint Chest! Freezer;
Vunctte Phone! 833-2711. south Wnldo. U. S. 301. ltp 12' Victor ;
and Loan Ic Restaurant Lnwtcy. house, cor. BrownJeeand Upright Freezer;
: Savings
It dug Telegraph 2tchg 2-:L FOR SALE 1933: Dodge Water fits. See Mrs. D. L. 14' Admiral Refrigerator: your
Clark St. choice $09.93.: DAHAIER'S:
; Pickup truck $19 Call 782- Silcox. 331 tfchg DISCOUNT
FOR HALF: -- Gravely Tractor TRUCK DRIVER WANTEI: 3836. Itp HOUSE. Ph. 964.I -

13 1 ASSOCIATION OF STARKE with 30" rotary mower' and l WANTED Housekeeper 5 for 10 wheeler truck and diene'I 2 BEDROOM Attractively furnished 7923. Itchg

% tiding sulky. used very! little. daya week, to care for 2 children semi. Bradford Englneeerlnj \VANTEDVoman or coupleto home. Modern kitchen I

"t.111111. !: 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 Reasonable Ph. 964-7934 after wash. iron and clem. Ph. Co. Phone 904-5403.: care for elderly! man. Live tile bath. Gladys Harrington II I A classified ad In the Tel

., 3 K.m. weekday Itp J 964-6742. Itcbg U chi] In. Ph. 864-6834. it chg 337 N. Walnut St. ltp graph brines results. -



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...".... FLORIDA THURSDAY; FEB. L9. 1968 SECTION! "I"-' PAGI9 %_ I


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Free MaterialsNeeded

'ZM 25 Years -Ago Education By Classes Special

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By Alice McQanrey The Special Education,

teachers of the BnWIlordCounty

'...,.. -- '....: .u"" .. .' ': The end of an old year i or obtaining Schools free are InterestedIn materials t

the beginning of a new :year which, would be useful in
always .seems to be a good t 'A, f teaching the retarded;; lhe

time tor reminiscing; a time emotionally disturbed> .the i
r. i& for assessing changes. The\ beginning physically handlcapped'and
.. : e{ J Jr of 1943 apparently the speech and hearing."Uro-

__ ,.., struck: that note for H. A. paired children of the cO\1 t1'.
r Carlton who wrote an article Such materials might ;.Jn-
for The Telegraph pointing elude: old toys ch11dr, q'e
out the changes in the down games magazines, calendars
town business district of pictures discarded clothing r
Starke during the preceding for distribution to needy children -
two years. and for use In drew ip
I ; Now in the Intervening 25 activities], small hand mirrors
i ;years we wonder how many puppets picture books flannel;

residents will remember this scraps clean colorful rags,
"before and after" picture, for sewing notions buttons.'email
there have been many changes. ;'1x oases,,Ice cream spoons wall-

Because of the 'war and ;. .. ;Wrapping paper, wln-
the mushrooming of Camp t1l !ghades. costume Jewelry
Blanding many new- businessesand : ;atut styrofoam.
$ "
people came to the 'area. :':, ',lease bring any materials
After the war some drifted :''you might'! : have to Mrs. Lucille

away again but many stayed ,Payne, Elementary Supervisor,
and are atlll here. 1 (1"VSO'',, ',, ybulldlng., N. Tempi
IT'S CATCHING ON From the Carlton article we : spsi ,//Aenuev'Snd: they will 1 bedistributed

glean the following information l lt f to the Special Education -
: N !''.units.'Your cooperation, !;
'Put A Smile On Our To wn Instead Ot A'Frown' Darby's( store on West Call i wttt;'be appreciated 1 by teacb-
St.:was housed in a new'building ers: '\q&td pupils alike. -

Behind the catchy: slogan, "Put A Smile on Other examples of the type of improvementsto and the old >space near ', 4 .
the railroad track J la occupied CORPORATION
Your Town, Instead of A Frown the Bradford be BIP shown in above
encouraged by are by the Hollywood Camera & / : ',,. 'CHARTERED
Improvement Program (BIP) has been launchedby photographs at left, the recently completednew Gift Shop. t Secretary of State Tom Ad-
a new committee of the Chamber of Com- front of Gem Jewelry; and, at right, the "The Sabine bakery and the 'args'Is'' announced! the char'tftrligipf .

merce. attractive landscaping at Jimmy Moore's Sun Star store are housed In M. M. the following corpor-

The idea could work miracles in our midst Sports. : Ray bin's new building. The ation in Bradford County: ...
during 1968 and it will, if the enthusiasm of It is hoped by the Committee that the im- bakery Is a new concern but Superior Pullets. Inc., 148
its steering committee rubs off a little on the provement program will be "catching" that the Star Store formery occupied W, Call St., Starke. Authorized

owners of business, residential. and even vacant one improvement will inspire another, and so space In Frank HolUngs- stock; 8,000 shares of commonat
worth's building on So. Wal- $10 per share. Dealing In
property. on, until a chain reaction of

BIP is dedicated to making jour county:. .' will sweep the entire county. nut Longacre St. &which Lr verln now, Gift houses and Negotiating -. Tallahassee StyleFARMER'S real goods and wares personal merchandise property,"
1-Present better This has been the of towns
a appearance. experience many Novelty shoe. Incorporators: W. Alton Be-
Installing pride ''in appearance.; one property owner sets the example, and "Ann and Harry'a dining-' lote Jacksonville; 'Maxle Car

3-Increasing business by offering more attractive others seeing the results "decide:; that what's room occupies the former residence ter Jr. Starke; and J. MT:

surroundings.. .- ,. good for their neighbor, might be good for them, of E. H. Smith and 1. anew DIARYfoliage. Howard Sr.. Lake Butler. Filed

4-Assisting in attracting new industry to too. A noticeable change in atmosphere has business in town. Judging'. !by all the cold Feb. 14. 1968 by Eugene
our area. come to Call Street in recent months and the "The Eastern Auto Store!, V. weather: 'we've.had, recently, F..Shaw.

The sponsors arfc::-quick to point ou.t thatBIP note of shabbiness, that once seemed to be taking S: St. John proprietor moved the 'Weqther Man must have While writing, we are watching -
is not a one-week, or a one-month-"flash in the hold, is definitely on the way out. Only a few from, an old building on the had a :bum tip !when he forecast a gray squirrel frisking

pan" beautification an.d.improvement program. unimproved properties still remain in the central corner Streets of There Call the and now Walnut Florida- that we were in for a around In the yard and marvelat that one of his sons !won -&:-

Rather is it conceived and designed as a.continu- business district, and the committee hopes that Theatre now stands. Mr. St. mild winter. While it's true the quickness and agility first at the Tampa Fair on

ing program throughout 1968 or even longer these will receive attention during the remain- John erected the building we that did 11IO not far have Ctl rough a single Sunday hard) of the be little rascaL quick He seemedto 'getaways judging of.hogs, and then said

with a positive;rather than a negative;approach ing months of 1968. where his business now freeze, we did get more than -practicing one moment; posed with a grin "The funny thing
for getting' the' job done. Property The committee even has hopes: during the en- stands." [this Is adjoining our share at cold, damp weather out on the ground and the is, wa raise cattle only IIJtddon't

owners will be encouraged and.commended for suing months, of receiving advice- and sugges- westerly, the (present" Telegraph not to'mention chilly winds. next second there was a blur "have' a single hog; on our

the improvements they 'make, rather than be tions from interested architects!! as to what ,] and he was gone and hidden place. C S C .
criticized for what they fail to do. might be done by individual property owners to- "Koch's Drug Store Is a new But the sun u climbing hIgher behind the trunk of a tree. We noticed that at the dedication -
BIP to make award each month the business district more pleasing business in a new building. ever day, and soon we '
plans an to ward giving; a By Sam McGarveybirds of the new Ag Building'quite ,,
the oM building expect warm weather t eat In coming
However Don't the
the the out- and eye-appealing atmosphere.. forget '
property owner who'has..done most inviting, A few politicians present.
spot hOus- and SprIng will be bust 18 out
which occupied the Fair .which
their Bradford
standing job of improvement in line with objectives If even a !small fraction of enthusiasm be gobbling up fruit County From now on, this year If you'
aM the area. But n't
& Wainwright over
ed the Johns ; is a report from New England isa'l a t e d to open late
of the program; 'The awards will be' of the BIP committee can be imparted to property Insurance firm. surprised 'If wa kre Iwr ngs where ''birds! raid the orchards.It next Month.. We talked to "Big see two people talking on"a-
made for projects) that have been started arid owners, there is' little doubt that resultsat "The OuMon Grill a new we are .so otten-an.d Id !Man says that the 'birds are ap-. Boy" Prevatt, one of the Fair street corner the chances:and arethat
completedsince: January1963; ? / The first one the end of 1968!.will t be; spectacular. businessaecuples! *tUe-corner Winter:throws another aat' at parentlyas;; much interested in officiate-last week at the new, tha"&nerVa one will polltfclan be a
went this week to Rep. Gene Shaw; for his new- We believe that 'It can be' 'done. where Joe Novel's CourthouseCafe us 'before that happe s. We water, as in fruit and that Ag Building' and tie said that for his vote' : And you can generally
ly remodelled and redecorated .law' office which Want to bet? .- '. : : formerly stood." [The lost a ,bean crop 0114 tl e from when water was mad! available this year for'the'firat time ; tell" who the voter Is
northeast of Court and a frost In April 110We/ knowthat' for Jays around the orchards there will 'be a Youth Division
has given another decided lift to Call Street. corner co1d.i 'eather. for he will be the one doing
Call Streets.] we can get they left the 'fruit In the livestock events.
"The Columbia Military -even after the ,pee 1 trees alone. So maybe our local ..... the listening.of .

A Lesson In LeaderNews ship From New Mexico Supply store and J*ry's eating leaf out. growers should install birdbaths He was proud of the fact"
around their fields, Instead -
place occupy the former office
The heavy white frost we
of: popping away with
( Item) a statewide teachers' strike or a mass resignationof of Congressman Lex Green. had last Sunday morning undoubtedly guns.

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, Feb. 26- a majority of its 60.00Q instructors."To "Western Union moved building from "got' some of the e
the Starke Telephone
Gov. David F. Cargo aiid representatives of New situation Walnut st.the space exposed: berry bloom, but the- Speaking of birds, we :have
Mexico's public school .teachers worked out a oversimplify a complicated on plant are still In produce hundreds of them around our
Florida's teacher unrest sterna!'! from a collision now occupied by Brownsteen'sShoe tion and there is a lot of fruit place now, including many var- r
compromise agreement early today that averteda present
between a demand for better pay and better Shop into Its 'being told along, the highways. ieties of the myrtle warblers
statewide teacher walkout and promised to endAlbuquerque's quarters in Lex Green's new the, weather should y,,,, ,
>If ,
educational facilities and practices on one aide, And. which are so dlfficlut to identify y" rtr' 1
six-day strike. The agreementcame building. turn production of iberies well cardinals,
and the unwillingness or inability of the state warm as as some
after a 13-hour negotiating session. government to raise the many hundreds of millions "The Victory Building the Ran-was. will got going at a greater or red-birds as they are called.
recently erected by
rate. An is
The compromise called for a special joint of extra dollars yearly which such up- dolphs and all the businessesIn a especially cardinal in pretty a holly eight(bush,

task force of teachers and government officials gradings would require. the building are newthe Of interest to 'berry growers where Its vivid red stands out

to work out a new school finance plan before "The fact is of course, that this is not a Victory Hotel: Victory Military who are having! trouble with in contrast to the dark green ee
April 15 and set a date for Gov. Cargo to calla Store, and Victory Inn and, .
situation peculiar to Florida, but one which is Victory Sandwich 4
the new
special session of the legislature to enact it.
rising with greater and greater threat almost Shop. ..

everywhere children must be educated for an "The Southern S Cents to $1 By Lynn Hamilton < Southern Marine v va
increasingly complicated existence. In city after store la new, although the NEWS And NOTES
It restores our faith in human nature to know city there is rising parental dissatisfaction with Van H. Priest Store was there.It GUARD AGAINST THEFT OF on the boat and motor. Regis
that somewhere in the U.S. there is at leaston teaching methods and results. Neither the school* has moved a few doors uP'the For'Today's HomemakersBy YOUR OUTBOARD MOTOR ter' them, with the manufac

state whose leaders are still rational enoughto the federal government nor busirlCsswhich street. Carelessness cost outboard turer.
themselves ,
sit down at the conference table and workout has, suddenly become interested) has* "The Main Military Storeopened Martha Sue McCain 'boatmen Jl.OOO.OOO fut-year.That's 2. Use a chain and look ..to'
t their differences. Its new store after County Extension the price tag for engine secure your motor to your
understood the of
either sufficiently ( problem the Starke Dry Cleaners & thefts in 1964 !(based on a recent boat.
Contrast New Mexico's sensible action with education in today's America, or shown itself Laundry moved Into the new Home Economics Agent. n survey conducted !by. 3.When trallerlng your boat,

what is happening in Florida's present school ready to spend the money and time needed to location which Lex: Green ...... Bvlnrudo Motors. dont'leave' it unattended. At
crisis, where leaders of all factions seem con- meet this problem." erected for them on the comer The problem of atolen. engines night, wrap the trailer safety
WONDER WHY FOOD flour. Brown slowly on hot fat steadily in recent tree or postand
of Court and Jefferson has grown chain\ wound a
tent to make faces at another
one We agree with columnist\ George Harmon COSTS RISE >. 10 to 15 minutes Add onions, years. More than. BOO secure it with a lock. '
while hurling such childish remarks as "you got that the teachers deserve a lot of the credit Streets."The Paramount Grill occupies ,There are many reasons why hot water, and lemon juice. thefts were reported to ''Evln- :'; your motor has electilotatting
to do this before I'll do.that" or "you can t makeme probably the bulk of the credit for the fact tie old stand of the J. W. the retailer must raise pricesof Cook covered, over low heat rude last year an all-time record never leave the key

I won't be shoved around." that the legislature recently voted $265 million, White &: Son grocery store foods.: about 40 minutes or until and that's Just one manu- In the ignition. Protect manual
thereabouts, in additional state aid for edu- while upstairs, where the Half (As the cost of transportation chicken is tender. Skim off facturer. Multiplied across the start outboards by removing -
The failure of FEA leaders and the Legislature : or of foods increases, the any exceua fat. (Blend 3 tablespoons thefts probablyhit
cation. "The idea that this would have been done :Moon now is. was the old board engine a spark plug.
(to say nothing of the Governor) to get rooming-house. The food cost increases. Steel companies flour with one-half cupsour the million dollar mark The low recovery rate indicates
without the militance of the teachers in the :Manning increase tinplate, so .
Tallahassee Monday buttermilk.Stir
together for a conference in formerly creajn or One of the prime reamsfor that there is a market;
Florida Education Association, I think, is bogus Ritz Cafe-was that cost of qans; move upward.As into chicken mixture.
night dashed hopes for any possible early Bryant's Cafe, while Prank's this rising crime rate is foe the "hot" motor and we're
end of the frustrating crisis. Typical of the immature says Mr. Harmon.[ Fine Foods remodeled and marketer taxes to Increase processorand so does Stir in buttermilk remaining and.sour noodles.creamor carelessness. Outboard owners not' talking about speed.
attitude shown by the leadership of all in the old ,location don't take a few simple pre- There's a double danger ,involved
The teachers) likewise won a victory in improved ia the 'cost of food. As the cost of Simmer uncovered :5 minutes. .
parties concerned was! a disagreement of all forcing, by their new-found militance, the appointment of the Magnolia Cafe. labor to process the food .Increases Add paprika and mix well. ;cautions. They, think nothing- for the customer looking -

things over where the meeting should be held! by Governor Kirk of a commission on "The A & P Store, next to tha cost of food In. NOTE: To obtain 2 cups of leaving areas secured their boats by a in single isolated 'New' for York this man"quickie recently deal.pur-:,.*,
Commented the Jacksonville Journal: "Thisis quality education last September."If the in Rita its Theatre new building, i it now on the creases.If the crop of certain foods cooked third noodles uncooked use 1 and noodles.one- mooring line or parked aboard chased an engine that was

not only tragic it is a pretty !sorry picture of Gov. Kirk signs the bills which the legislature comer of E. Call and Cherry Is poor, there la a smaller Use narrow cups medium or wide their trailers ready to go. later identified as stolen prop
how mature adults let themselves be painted approved during its recent three-week Streets. low; to! the Southern amount on the market. You noodles, as you prefer. If your motor Is stolen it's erty. The Insurance company
be to more probably gone for good. The that paid the original owner
to willing pay
stubbornness and nearsighted
: into a corner by :Marirle.J"Drucker's
session and if the teachers accepted the CALORIES PER SERVING -
special for it. and the price goes up. recovery Is less than one per for his loss had a legal right
: ness. It ia enough to make the average Floridian new laws and went back to their classrooms! Jewelry Is In the CHICKEN PAPRIKA : About 425 If made with cent, says Evlnrude; one good to reclaim the engine. They
weigh the advantages of moving to New Florida's school system would be significantly old location of Marguerite'sShoppe Hero's a good gourmet dish sour cream; 280 calories if argument for adequate Insurance did Just that. That leffr our
I Mexico where leaders are willing to sit down which was owned and made, with !buttermilk.
"And in
higher in quality, says Mr. Harmon. that'can be easily prepared coverage. New York friend without his
and resolve their differences.The militant teachers, in forcing the formation of operated for many Gem years Jewelry by leas.than an hour ao why not Menu Suggestions: Serve The folks at Evlnrude offer money or the motor. Play It
drawn the education commission and the calling of the Mrs. B. E. Canova. offIce try It while chicken is plentiful with broccoli and lettuce wed- the following suggestions to safe. Never purchase a used
Florida situation has nationwide is in the rejuvenated -
Have '>baked for
deserve the T USDA food specialists ges. apples protect your boat and motor piece of equipment from.-anyone ; -
attention, and among the editorial comments is special legislative session of attorney M rou*. F. developed and tested this rec- dessert. Apples are in abund- against theft: but an established'marine
this from The Christian Science :Monitor, a credit for bringing that added quality to our Brown who moved'Into his ipe for 6 '''servings of three ant supply now. 1. Record aU serial numbers dealer or someone :you, know.
highly respected paper: school system." new building near the' post- fourths cups each.Three .
office." The Petite Photo chicken thighs B
"As one onlooker has put it: The bookworm But these victories, apparently aren't enoughfor Studio in :Mrs. Vlda"Morgan'snews chicken half-breaet1. 1 1/2 teaspoon -

has turned. The rapidly rising militancy among the present leadership of the FEA which stand is a business started salt, one-eighth teaspoon 1sOR1o4 The Bradford County Telegraph
school teachers in the United States is to most has adopted an uncompromising attitude on par since the boom began! : pepper one-fourth cup; flour,
Americans a startling change from the long- "The Tic Toe Tap occupies 2 tablespoons; fat or oil one ESTABLISHED 1879
with that of Governor Kirk. The two have got W.M.: Edwards remodelled fourth cup diced onions, threefourtlus .
time of teacher submissiveness and re- MCEM/EA -
pattern mood is ringing themselves out on a limb from which there is building which before Camp cup hot (water, 2 tea N t6 E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
straint. this fighting a
But new
apparently without loss of face for Blanding days was the homeof spoons lemon Juice (omit it 0 G y Florida' Oldest Weekly Kswepaper PoblUlwd
loud alarm bell, and Sits implications for the na no escape Edwards Grocery. Den butUrmilke Is used), 8 taiblespoons 1961 CoottnotulyTToder
tion's vast school system must be recognized one or both. mark's Furniture moved from flour, 2 cups sour cream: /9r Ota The dame MVMt BMd.Pafclbfced .

and dealt with. It should never have happened and probably its old home now occupied 1 by OR 12 cups cultured buttermilk
Blanding Jewelry & :2 cups cooked noodles,
"Never before haa.any American state facedan never would have, with less uncompromising Camp Military Headquarters and the 2 teaspoons paprika. each Thoraday aa4 entered M Second Glares Matter s4 tile Post Ofbee

educational crisis equal to that now facing leadership on both sides. But now that it Hi-Hat Into Its present space, 'Remove bones, akin and excess at Btarke Florida under Act ef March Srd. 1870.ChilMcriptioiM .

Florida. Owing'to a gradual pile-up of complaintsand has happened, in the name of commonsense, formerly the Starke ptxstofflee. piece fat In from halt: Season chicken.chicken Cut 'hi trade areai 1 year, :.001 j b sow, 92.29

disappointments on the part of its public can't we take a lesson from New Mexico? The postofflce is In its new with salt and pepper. Boil Ontelde trade area 1 year $.101 a >month* PM
federal building.
school teachers that state is face to face with chicken in one-fourth cup


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J-: 2 PAGE" _JlltADII'nRB_n___'_____ nnYTM'P9----- .-.....InRAPII'! IIft'JIIt'-- JI'I.OBlD' ,ry .., ......nm..n..v. ", ,... .......,.,n. we...... ....one.RROOKER ..0...,

'I ...YYYY..YYY..T..Y has been changed( to the last I I II son and family Mr. and Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Tnesday night of 'each month Lucian Stokes In Palatka. STARKE

due to conflicting meetings in Mrs. Harvey Fipps of Jack- Week of Prayer for Homer

the community. Refreshmentswere aonvllle Is now making he Missions March 3-10.

By J07M StokMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A served by, the hostess home In Brooker. Sunday Brotherhood
Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Oalney Breakfast and meeting at the

d14LAI Mott, Mrs. Cecil Melvin' and of Palatka were visiting Mr. church 7:30: a. m. Sunday'

PTA MEETS Mrs. Leroy Stokes.BIRTHDAY and Mrs, Donel Stokes Sun- School 9:45: a m. Morning(

DINNER Worship. Ham. Sermon:
The Brooker PTA met Zedra Hamilton celebratedhis day.Mrs.. Dick 'Raulerson la a "Jesus' Triumphal Ride Into .a-

Tuesday night at the :new birthday Tuesday with a patient In the Alachua Gen- Jerusalem." Training Union.
Brooker Jr. High\ School for family dinner 'at his home eral '
Hospital She had major 6:15.: Evening Worship. 7:30:
their February meeting. Meet- near Brooker. Enjoying this surgery Friday and Is doing Sermon: "Ellsha and the
. .
Ing was called to order by the -- --- -
occasion with Mr. Hamilton fine. She will be home In &. Great Woman of Shunem." -- --

president W. H. Hayes after were his sons Tommy and few days. Monday Week of Prayer
which the Lord's Prayer was BAYLESSIIIGUWAX Jimmle and their families. ,Miss Muriel Mann Is now at program at the church "That BAPTIST
repeated :'by those present. Old Another Valentine BirthdayIs home after spending twoweeks His People May Receive Pow- BAPTIST cmntcii
business was/ continued and Mrs. Carol Lee Jones who In the hospital Lake er" 9 a, m. Ida Darby Circlein Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a.. m.
discussion was/ on the purchasing St. Valentine's Sunday School.' 10 a. m.: School 0:45" ... :Morning Sunday: School 10 a. m
was born on Butler. : a m. -
charge. Trustees Meeting : Morning Worship! 11 Bland
10 11 a..
l. sun. Worship
Service 11 School Morning Worship 11 .
Morning Worship a. m.
of curtains for the ;
Day; some few years ago. Mrs. Elsie Griffin of Bell and R. A. Meeting. 5 p. m. Worship. 10:49: am.. 7 p. m. Her. .Leland A.
In m.: Training Union! 6.30: a.m. and 7:80: pm. Training Evening Worship 8 p. m.'
stage the auditorium. New Zedra Hamilton a.
and "Mrs. "
Mr. is
here '
spending a few days Deacons Meeting and Youth Training Union 0:45: p. m. Baker pastor.Thursday .
'business on hand was much were visiting\ Mrs. Alice 'with her parents Mr. and Mrs.A. Choir 7pm.Tuesday p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30: 1 Union, 6:3O p-m.' Rev Jack Evening Service 7:45.. Midweek Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
discussion about the correct I p. m. Stolto pastor.'IINGSLEY Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
Edwards in Keystone Heights I. Mann and family. Week of Prayer. Prayer Servos Wednesday -
line for the of the Wed. 7:30p. a. m. and7p.a.. P. m. Rev. Haney Lane pas
property Prayer Meeting :
Sunday. T. J. Mann of Oalnesvllle "That His Message May Be 7:45 p. u
school. A committee ,was appointed Sorry to hear.that Mr. See- was visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Proclaimed." 9am.' Lorena m.; O. A. Meeting. Wed. LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTI31Sundjy tor.
to look into the mat-' .la 111 7:30: m.; Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH
ber Edwards of Tampa, Mann Saturday.Mr. Epperson Circle In charge. p. SMYRNA MISSIONARY
ter. Mr. Ferguson the 'pi'inclpal He Is the brother to Mrs and :Mrs. L. L. Dyal attended Junior Choir and Sunbeams, Wed., 7:30: p. m.: :Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: ... m. BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m.. CALVARY BAPTIST

asked If there were any Eva Harrell. Sure hope he will the open house for the 3:30: p. m. Primary Choir .4 meeting last Monday Morning Union Worship 6:15 11 a. m. ea w. Pratt st. Sunday Morning; 'Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.

parents who would vpluntee', be.! well soon. new Agriculture Building InS p.m. In each month. R v. David Training : p. m. services: Sunday: School 10a Training: Union. 7'p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Service 7:30
Evening : m.
to help out in the school cri- John Green of Mississippi arke. Sunday. School Medeiros, pastor. p. \ 8
Wednesday Sunday Midweek Prayer $ervlce. m. Preaching. 11 a.. m Worship p. m. Tralnlrj Union. 6:30: p. m,
sis. There is one teacher In spent the weekend here with Cecil Wade Stalnaker and Meet-
Superintendents Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Come Training\ Union, 5:49: p. m. Wednesday: night service, Evening Service. 7:30. Prayer
school who has
our resigned. his parents Mr. and Mrs A. Gene Melvin attended the Week of Prayer Church Of Jesus Christ Of
ing, 6 p. m. let us worship together. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting Wednesday T:89:
At the present time this
vacancy Li. Green State Fair In Tampa last 'week the Bruised Latter-day Saint
pl'ogram"Thet Everyone welcome ElderA. : ii. L. Parker, pastor. p.; m.-Rev. R. H. Butle
Is being filled by Mrs. Gentry Stokes returned to along with the FFA boys. Sure May Be Healed, 7 p. m. Ethel [418 East Call St.] PINK' iSViI. 1JAr1'IS'k'' I G. Flynn pastor.- pastor. '
Elolse. Johns CbW\'rt\af New his home here Sunday after did have a nice time. Biggs Circle in charge. Church Services: Sunday CHURCH OF CHRIST

River. The PTA metiitig) tght. spending a few weeks with his Mr. and Mrs.Lawrence Wiggins Choir 7:43: p. m. Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday School: iv a. a ,.. FIRST PREsnTTl6RL.1)
\ were visiting Mr. and ThursdayWeek of Prayerpiogiam. School 10:00.: Sacrament. Morning Worship: 11 a. m .1. Sunday: Bible Study. 10 HEILBRONN BAPTIST

SiS; Our Mrs. Ronnie Wiggins and "That Our Land May 11:00.: Pre e.ntar. fBoester Band Sunday School. t:45: .. ... a. m.; Morning: Worship and Sunday School lIoU: a. n.!

G L A j That's Bu3inesi family In Gainesville Sundayafternoon. Know Him" 9 a. m. Helen Branch President Yowls coals, sad Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Communion Service it a. m- Morning WorsaJp. 11 a.. m.

Jf. f. Masters Circle In charge. Dean Hansen 084-6278. SerrlMl 9 ). m. ] :p.a.j Youth Pe: Evening: services 8:30.: I Training Union 6:30: ( p. ...
; CALL A. B. Adams FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship, 7 %>. at. I Iaervioe. lowahlp. 6 p. m. Training Union 7:00 '
WRITE or VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Week Day Bible Class, 10 a. Choir rraotice Wednesday: Worship service : p. m
,] ANY GLASS had a dinner guest Saturday, I OF STARKE Wednesday' 7:30: PI Wednesday 7 p. 'm. Minister Jack P Evening. Servos 8:00.: :Mid
NEED West Weldon and Ral- I I 8 I
f il 4 ii1FOR Mrs. Owen Howell. :Mr. and m.Friday Week of Prayer I St. m. E. R. Bowers D., D. j p.m.Rev. Ben. week Prayer Service. 738
Jessie Adams and familyof lord Road. Robert D. Burch. p. m. Wednesday
'We: Design Modem Store .Fronts Mrs. Program "That He May &.n. .
Sunday School!: 10:00: .. m.
C.' m.1
Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Speak Through Us. 9 a.
F.F.Just; Mail Us A Pattern For A. Howell and family of Wil- Lottie Moon Circle In charge.I 11:00: a. m Morning Worship: I'
6:00: m. C. A. Service 7:00: !
p. :
\\V Table Tops liston and Mr. Adams brother. -W. A. Hogan pastor. m. Evangelistic Services.
Don who has just finished p.

/ : EA'S serving his time with the USW. GOSPEL SING Wednesday Prayer: 7:30 Meeting: pm. MidWeek An lnvo8triient\/nYour\ } Future&T.flll

GLASS CO. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Robinson Gospel Sing will be held at
Pastor: Rev. George Green,
Ir.;." of Lake City were visitingMr. the Highland Baptist Church jr. I

"If Ifa Glass We Have It" and Mrs. V. C. Robinsonand Saturday night. March 3. at

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2.4353 Mrs.,family Ernestine this weekend.Dukes and 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL CUICI.

children of Gainesville werevisiting MADISON STREET Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday

Mrs. Ethel Russ Sun- BAPTIST CHURCH School. 11:00: a. m. Morning

Sunday Sunday School Worship,, 6:00: p. m. Training ,

REED 'READY CASH? day.Lennox, Jerome and Dottie 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union 7:00: p. m. Evening %wt

Kelley spent the weekend with 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:15p. : Woiship 'SQMEBODY CARES 1

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kelly m. WMY Prayer Circle. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer; : iJii!; ,
and family In Silver Springs.Mr. 7:30. Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- :
'ri 7:15: Evening Worship : w.... gmf.
Come See Us! .and Mrs. Bobby Dyal Wednesday Prayer Meet- nlght-7:00: p.. m. Family ti P' ,.,.,......w...,......
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ing and Visitation. 7:15.: Night It
lIf Winston Kelley and family in Church Choir Practice 8:30.: 1 s:2: @
i1.L ; % We make loan for Silver Springs Saturday Thursday Sunbeams and BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH cares that she .b clothed and fad and I loved. Someone cares that she sea i&'t&'?s?t! .

any worthwhile purpose :Mr. and Mrs. Shurley Tet- OA's meet 3:30: p. m. t I. 'it:;:;:
b7 T. stone and daughter, Ubby Norman I Redding interim Sunday. School, Iff ., m. 'vto school and grow in mind a. welt a* body. Someone care about !W/#
Morning Worship. 11 a. m, .,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs pastor. :: .::::
$25 to $600 wood Hester in Gainesville Evening Worship. ?:JO p. m., her childhood wonder and curlotity and want to *e* them!! iiJi t :;
Friday ,"*l Prayer MeoUrur. fl: p. m
.. .. .,...
DO YOU HAVE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nip- list this week are, Dwight and Wednesday.-Bey. J. C. Hes (Mtf.fied. Someone care enough to teach her to love other .t.=SM< .
per of Starke were visitingMr. ters, pastor. '

4 14 -Too many payments and Mrs. Shurley Tetstone Mike Emory. Sharon Harrell. people' and will help her in her relation with them. ''
r, to make? this weekend. who spent a few days In the HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH -*

Mrs. Doris Kelly wai hon- AlacHua General Hospital and (KJchway IN as }
n-'j) Someone about
-Too many bills to ored on her birthday Monday Mrs.TMattle Sowell who spentseveril Sunday School 10 j care her spirit and desire for her,..... .

pay? night when sons 'Jerome and 1 days tn the Bradford ;Jttomlng Worship-11 a. m. ;1 1Pg '
the Ideal.
highest standard and
-Too many taxes Lennox treated her to a steak County Hospital in Starke. Training Union 8:80: p. m. + j ,

:. \ ., coming due. dinner ville. Many at Lorrys more happy In Gaines birth- ) I II. f n Evening. Worship. 7:13p. : I '.help her to know God. Arc you this someone? i r ,;1

{ days to you Doris. TI.. CI..1t Conrl 0' Th Wednesday Night Player
: Let Us Help With Your Mr. and Mrs. Zedra. Hamilton Fltftlh JiKllrlul Ctrrnl.. In Anil Services> 7:30: p. m. Rev. Let it be ad! of her a* it was aid of Him < '
Money '
; For)I llrmirorcl Cnuutr Merle Packh&m. pastor. .
are spending this In
Problems>> Dallas, Texas. week mvjNuJ : Plaintiff.No ot UX. ['"And Jesus increased/ In icinfom and stature and in ''lye

Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mrs. I : Sag BOATDRADT BAPTIST a 31

TOWN FINANCE CO. Lottie Edwards were visiting EUUA MAE ROBERSON et UK., CHURCH STARKE favor with God and man." Luke 2i5A- r '
Mrs. Alice Edwards In Keystone Defendant I
t NOTICE OF KOKECI.Oat'nB8ALK Sunday School, 10 a.m.
226 N.
? Temple Phone 964-7449- Saturday. IIV tX*:KK Of
Morning- Worship 11
i '_ .. am.
'" Among those "C"IT tOHIT;
,"--', on our sick I Notice In hereby given: that Training' Union 6 p.m. Eve .
; the undersigned Charles A. Dar 7
ningWorship.. p.m. Prayer TAKE d I
by Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
;: Bradford County Florida, Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m.
will, on the 4th day of :March SOMEONE
''''' th.u .. ,- # 1908 at 11:.0 A.M. at the front NORTHSIDB BAPTIST' __
door of the Bradford County .
n... '-.ItL"(;ir at. t Pourthoime, In the City of TO CHURCH .
). ..iCl St8.rke.lorlII, \, offer for vale Located on Bayiesa iflgti-; f _, ,
.. and itell at public outcry to the way [ISR 225at/ Raiford ROM -
; ;
'j, highest the following and bout described bidder for property cash, [SR 161. Services! : Nund41 THIS WEEK 4 ;9} :i.fr.I

/1":1.": .... situated In Bradford County, School 10 a. tn. Sundae :, )
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Florida, to-wlt: ",_4; .. ;if :,r.:
Lot 6, Block 7, Lincoln City Mooing Wash. !). 11 a.. m .

in South half of Southeast' Training Union 1:31 ..
Quarter, fteitlon 32, Town : p. m. '%i>utis3kY: :iiab' : >t'+"ioaftS573a&fafia':; '' : : : J6:;;: 'jg'i: 'if: ; 'm<' ,'; i::i:: **%:":::
ship 6 South, Range 23 East Evening Service 7:3: *. MidWeek f
I pursuant to the final decree of Prayer Service, Weds nell daNN'........grg aeis.. ..NhrIprdg lie........"lis IoN t\N T1lt.. .

foreoloHuro entered In a case day. 7:30: -Rev. Glenn taw- iji i 8.1.asd, .,fPh.....lot-I Ie.MHO'"a"*'"* "..'".""" .,......**.Wat** f tf
pending In said Court the style 1
of which Is Irving St-hoyer and hon pastor. E(: IWi f iMnfnf In rtw.. .bM 01 Ml M ftitfnnwrt ttptfKvtrt e.hry/ ., sq 0111Io .. .by 1:; Ff;:::
Jennie Schoyor, hln wi f.., Plaintiff : 1 MIl nf.* ,IrawMM. ....M ItoMSIM rds..,n i..gsMyeehk ........iris :. : :ggt;
versus Culn \Mae Robersonand .1 i HUlik MN :
.:t'' ,,Jumps Defendants.Uoln-rson liar husband DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH': W N hfuHMi. m4 Ml, "-1Iy. ] MM> ......,cwy pines IMWII. ..>raM srl pti. c o!:;Jf;:

WITNESS! my hand and official BROOKER I 9 MivMt 'b" Ita.. diwdi bant N Mk .Nw //nofIo.....mss K MIll"* ...ilinf. > .*. ti
H I 2A( 1 rt of CI.fl1l !
soul said
Court this 2nd .swt.. wItIdI IIi
j ehss ear ter h.a Nor. doll 01 W. .
"I'm in business day of Kebruiiry IdtU Sunday School. 10 .. m. Osi..Adrha..t t
tot: CHARM-IS): A. DARDY. Clerk Morning Worship 11 *.,m. a YMM/t. ,
By: Houlnh M. Moody. 'mIf.m ;+k' w =Y.:r .rnm: :r y7.
make l>'\puty Clark Training Union. 0:30: p. m.
to profit
J ; a .. (SEAL) Evening Service "::31)). Rev

f Gregory Johnson Cours. I'uclcllo ft Lacy Conway pastor n. Feature Published>> in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow.

Exchange Nat'l< Dank Blrtar :
I Tampa, Florida 2-8 4t 2-29 CHURCH OF" GOO I faff Civic-Minded Business Firm

422 N. Clair St.. Starke. '
.. In The Circuit l'anrt For llrnil- FAULKNER
... ... ford (.....nt'.. Florida Sunday School, 10 a. m. W, r- Edwarda STARK; BUILDERS
'. Cltll \rllnn l 1\o. ship Services. 11 a. m. and 7 INCLAlR SERVICE GT *:
/ MOHTC.f.K! 'on"1.0"'ln1: (
) p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 m.
>> >>
Peter D
Johnson and Lilly J. SUPPLIES Inc.
'oL Johnson his. wife. Plaintllfavs. Prayer Meeting Friday 7 p U-HAUL RENTALS ">"
Edward Prak. Sr and flolnui; /,, m.-.Rev. L. s. William past
Prak his. wife; and Clyde n. or. Truck Trailer Groceries Meata Peaturlnc ACM Hardware
Miller and Sandra I -F*
'electric-pumped 13. Miller hi: Complete Paint Supplies
wife DnfonrlnntsNOTirn 'i Gaa & ou and Sporting Ous t0d8
\ r OF SUIT I FIRST METHODIST Complete Lubrication :
f irrigationhelps TO: ndnard: Prak. Sr and CHURCH ,STARKE Minor wrm
Retina I* Prnlc his wife, and Tane-upa Ph. 601.531 Starke, FL. CIIIJ'K rmar"
Clyde B :Mlllor and Sandra' E. Sunday Church School.
110 'J me do ft: Miller known, his wife Addresses un. 9:43: a. m.; Morning Worship. '709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 219 TOuUncton. St. M4-527o"

You Are Hereby Notified,! thatan t 11 a. m.; Snack Supper lor1! .
action to foreclose' a mortgage MYF 6 p. m.; MYF meetings .i' Lawson Meat Market
on the following .iirnpi rty 'I' DOYLE CONNER
630 1\t
In Bradford. County Florida. ; p m.; evening Worship.;
You know what' a dr/ period cen: do.The"bast- "win btstsm I Ife cs The North half of I.ntK 17 7:30: p. m. Insurance Agency AND COLD STORAGE

a dependabtakCoatroMable" economical electric-* pomp., and Ings 18 Addition of Block to 8 of the 15 V Town Dowl-of MondayCommission on OF STARKE, INC. We Specialise bi Cnntom.. 8laal'hter.

log water at the right time where ka needed. Starke and bMnu In Noriheant Membership and Evangelism. 8-A-V-E ins. Cutting A Wrapping
quarter (NK'i' ) of U.S. 301
Houlhoa.tquart.r 7:30 NORTH
: p. m.Tuesday rrep rd For Freeze
(SK'i;) Section/ 21 w I tour Mutual I Agent, Deep
Electric-punnped irrigation is becoming: toutfrw prodisciSo Township 6 South Hange :23: WSCS Execu Ph. 964-7600.
East, as H"mi> ni 1>i><>arH of record. tive meeting 8:30: a. m.; Starke, Fla. PHONE B647059ACHEMKA1CO.
dire 222 N. Ph. 964.7369
practice because it pays off. for farmers dakyraoiv r In Deed Book f. page 857, pub- WSCS Temple
meeting, 10
a. m.WednesdayAnnual
lie records of Bradford
growers and on beef cattle pastures. Florida, Counly.h..a WSCS i I

t 'An electric motor gives years of trouble-irs eeMca.Theret (. and. you been are required filed against to serve you a meeting, Starke; Bible Study, VICKERY GARAGE BRADFORD rs

I a minimum of maintenance and no fuel hantttng. R can be If ropy any of your to It written on Thomas drfcnxes& and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. | 528 S. Walnut St. COUNTY FLORIDA

automatically controlled with a time clock or float emfoh.M I PI..rce.ttorne)'* for Plaintiffs. m.Thursday Chancel Choir Phone 964-6022 TELEGRAPH
h whooe address Is 201-s: Noith, '
Temple Avenue. ,, Rehearsal 7:30
Rtarke. Florida : p. m.
l yoif equlpIMIIt dettee eootttt MkFLOIIBA and file the original with the Complete Automotive
", Friday March 1-World Day
--- Clerk of the
above-styled Courton
a I'" r ;, or before \March, jl, logsotherwise of Prayer. 10 a. m.; Junior REPAIRS Phone 964.6305 O H T R O L

.. \; .:. ..M ", i a judgment may be Choir Rehearsal p. m. II
I : ; entered against you for the re For Every Need
:) t.,; ., ; lie? demanded In the complaintor I Printing-Office Supplies .
,: s aid Witness Court my on Feb.hand 16.and 196S.seal. of Our heartfelt thanks to all ,

(SEAL) our friends and
neighbors who
CHARLES A. DARBY 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
comforting words of
POWER A u..Tci"i} Clerk of the Circuit Court Charley E. Johns Phone 964.5745 for
"l By: Virginia F. Darby sympathy in the loss of our BRADFORDABSTRACT
UfLPtMQ BUILD FLORIDA. Deputy Clerk dear mother and lster. For Agency Inspections & Estimates

2Q.J-5 Attorney.North at Temple Law, Avenue the ferlngs beautiful, food service and other floral kind-of.
Starke. Florida aaOl1! I' nesses QC fKRAL i nMncAMTBP
we are deeply grateful 158 CARL
Attorneys for PlaintIffs. W. CALL ST. HURST
Bat UadcrxiB
!IS' 4t :1-14 I Ip The family of Maude R. An- l'ftM17 Nobody Hwy. 301 & 100
tart B. I..... Ph. 964-6111,
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Letters To The Editor Yv:. ..yyyyyyyyyVVVVVVVYVV Flower Workshop Open House College Choir ,.

Keystone Hilites INDIAN BEACH Held By Garden Set At New To Give Concert.

I From Readers At KeystoneAN Club of The LakesThe At Park-of-Palm-

By Regina Schuber (Lake Pasta F..) Pine Air PlantFine ,
The College Choir of South
OPEN LETTER tlonshlp of a patient with his Garden Club. of the
Please Phone in Your Items 4733067WOMANS By; MIoluMl H. COttyn. '
TO GREEN COVE JC' doctor, in order for the doctorto Lakes held a flower arranging eastern Bible College, :Birmingham

._ .-_.._._... Dear Mr. Matthews: ''be able to serve in his full 4752171AAAAAAAAAAAA.&AAAAAAAa workshop on Thursday, Feb. Air Farms' new ultra- Ala., will present a

I The following' is a copy of a capacity, is the element of confidence 22 at 10 a, m. at St. Williams modern egg processing plant, concert of sacred music at.
: CLUB NEWS guests of the Scriptures. letter sent to the Green Cove and trust. (Donald Church In Keystone near Keystone Heights, will be Park-of-the-Palms at 7.-3O p.

The Woman's Club of Gain Rev. Scripture will preach Springs Jaycees in reply to a C Christoffers soon gained both Hi there neighbors this Heights Flower: arrangements open. for inspection ''by the Thursday, March 1,jtnt,the,

esville was the meeting: placeof next week at the Missionary circular letter sent out by. of these qualities from me and week rolling-reporter is a were made by the following public on March 11, when an. new Bible Center. -

all district Woman's Clubs I Convention at the Christian them to voters in Keystone I my family when he became our little worried. You are aboutto help of Mrs. Sam Hill Thompson open house will 'toe held. I The choir composed- '28

participating- the Arts and Alliance Church In Hllllard. Heights: family physician some years read one of the shortest of Jacksonville student, W. Alton !Belote, president of young students at the Bible

Crafts Festivals Mr. and Mrs. F.' L. Stephens Feb. 18 1968 ago. ,I did not fully realize how columns I've ever written. If judge and instructor In flower the* firm, said the plant is engineered College,. which Is one,of the
The Woman's Cluto of Keystone of Nelson's Point entertainedMrs. much I did rely upon him until the weather doesn't get better,I arranging. for a maximum cap outstanding Institutions'of its

Heights wes representedby A. J. McKelaay of Spart- Dear Jaycees: I became aware of the fact I'm going to have to start Sandwiches acity of 10 thousand cases of kind In the South. Students
We have received letter were shared
the following? club mem'bers: anberg, S. C. last week. Mrs. your that he would not !toe, here any drawing unemployment, because and the hostesses eggs per week and that It represents are ,enrolled (from 22 states
and want to know that Mrs. William -
Mrs. John Mrs. David you
Bird, McKelaay Is Director of Religious longer. I do want to thank there Is hardly any news an effort to combine and four foreign countries. ,...
we are against selling of Warren and, Mrs. J. A.
Nelson Mrs. Sara McDonald any
Education for the First God publicly for letting me In bad weather. For those of beauty. efficiency, and 1I\8JC4. The choir Is under the'dir'*
Mrs.\ Bowen, Mrs. S. Hallman, beer, wine or liquor anyWhere Williams, served dessert and
Presbyterian Church of Spar- ; have him as a physician and you who looked for my new mum 'production la a food pro- ection of William O. Carey
Mrs. R. Griffen, Mrs. E. Voyles, Clay County Is supposed to be, coffee.
tanberg. friend for so many years. column and couldn't find it, ceasing plant. who director of the musie
Mrs. J. Hanson Mrs. !Leon dry should was
a countyhy we
don't ,feel bad I couldn'teither. Other officers of the
Mr. and John Sullivan At the funeral yesterday. corpof'oaUon
department of London College
Milner and Mrs. H. Clark. vote to make It wet ?
a county
of nelson's Point, had the one could not help observing In fact I sent It In. too morning to return to Houston,, are Ray Starnes, wwr: -i of Bible In London, Ontario
The sewing contest Surely not Ignorantof
competitive following Northern visitors as you are ''the. many elderly 'people who Smith-Williams late so It was not In the after visiting friends her for tary-treasurer, and Robert E.I for 14 years before coming,t4
for the district was won all the heartache misery, ,
guests during last week: Mr. were. no doubt' his (patients. paper last week. However, it two weeks. Hansen, farm manager. I Southeastern In 1062. -

by Mrs. Milner Her dress entry suit was and Mrs. Charles Kenna and sickness broken homes, cliiidren's and who seemed to be groping Engagement Told will appear this week, and Mr. and Mrs. James Lee 'of Plans for the day include Dr. Alden A. Gannett, pres
white afternoon ,
a I
lives '
ruined. crimes
accidents at the Golf and
able for luncheon or club meet- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lodgeof around wondering what they hopefully every week. So keep Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mathis golf Keystone ident of Southeastern, wUtbe
etc. caused ''by the sin Club barbecue dinner -
N. Y. Mrs. John : would do now for a physician. Rev. and Mrs. Jim Riley and eye on It. of Country a
ing, (with 'black patent acces- Troy, : Jasper, were Sunday visitors with the choir during this concert -"
sories. Hennessy of Elizabeth, N. J., of drinking intoxicating llQU-II i One lady put it well, when Smith of Jefferson Ga., for- Katie Howard of SUrke. of Mr. and Mrs. :Fred at the club, and au addressat and will give abile./ (
Mrs. Milner, as winner of Mr. and Mrs. Klemm of Stlll- 015.Have i she said: 'He really looked merly of Keystone Heights, spent Saturday evening withus Swear Ingen. the plant by State Representative message. .. ..
consideredthe Gene Shaw.
district competition, will represent water, N. J.; and Mr. and I you ever after the people of this com- announce the engagement of and was Joined !by her Well as I said, news la ParkofthePalms extend(

her district at the Con- Mrs. Manzelll of Watchung, enormous amount of munity." It is remarkable howa their daughter Gloria Syble, husband, A. B. who had been scarce this week. So I urge a cordial' Invitation to, ,the

vention. State Sewing Contestof N. money spent on hospitals and man could win the affectionand to Clarence Eugene Williams hunting with my father Jam you all to get out and visit a. Monday' night at the TheressaJ public to attend this concert.
J.Mrs. rehabilitation centers for alcoholics .
the Florida Federation of Lester Kasln of Daytona respect of so manY' people.I Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- es. They, along with Buddy friend or relative. you'll be Community House, beginning -

Woman's Club at Jacksonville Beach was a weekend I money spent for Jails saw a large group of Negro ence Eugene Williams of Griffin Ellis of Gainesville, went to glad you did, and: so will they. at T o'clock. All residents of

on February 29. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund and! prisons because of the citizens: of this area at the Ga. Arcadia, and had a nice quail So until next week here's Le the community are Invited. Mrs. J. b. Phillips. ;:

Several members entered the Dwyer Jr. of Clover Lane. crime caused by those who funeral yesterday. They also The bride-elect graduated shoot. Billy Bell of Keystone, PERSONALSMr. Ad Brlnson of Miami la
drink. and the him and depended eon.LEEON'S
enormous respected
non-competitive exhl'bit.' Mrs. Mrs. Carl Wistrop Sr.. who from Bradford County High was also a supper guest, and CORNER and Mrs. Gene Prandl spending several days herr

Sara McDonald had three oil recently moved from Keystone amount. of money spent for upon him as a family physic-. School and received her A. B. an overnight guest of my "The Match" and children Doria and Tony, visiting his brothers.. Homer
law enforcement? Ian. I am thankful we are.
paintings and a hooked rug:, Heights to Syracuse, N. Y.. blessed with able' physic degree in biology from Tift brother, Wayne. Sunday night Ding: the bell has rung, of Hallandale, were weekend Brlnson. and Barney BrineOn.

Mrs. J. Williams had a hooked writes that she Is settled In evil Are you Jaycees for good or ians in the neighboring many towns., College. She is now employedby guests of ours were my aunt They're going at it again. guests of her parents, Mr. and Merle Packham, Jr., 'and]
? There is no part of /
rug, and Mrs. D. Koons, had her new apartment. will doubt, 'bo seeing the Griffin Spalding County and uncle, James and Clara You've never seen such speci Mrs. J. D. Phillips. Miss Alma Akrldge were"in<
They no
either selling intoxicating ,
or drinking -
embroidered articles exhibited. Her address is: Salem liquors that couldbe many of us in their waiting Board of Education.The Sullivan of Wllliston. Monday mens. Friends of Barney Brlnson :Bunnell Thursday night; to

A clever skit was presentedby House. 301( Orchard St., Apt. rooms very soon now. future bridegroom morning they took Of big and brawny men. will be glad to know that'I he visit Miss Gall Chrlstotfera'a' <
called Besides all of
the Gainesville Club. Two B9 Fayetteville, N. Y. 13066. good. graduated from Griffin High mother Copeland Granel-I Killer is in the red Is doing well In a Gamewvllle Bunnell Hospital. Miss Christ-

""Modern painters in slacks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ouldlt- this, and most importanbGod's )- In closing there are two School and received his B. S. I Gainesville. where He likes to break their back.: hospital following a recent op- offers has since been transferred -..
Word the Bible more things I would like to ,
smocks and berets, laid a ta of Westfleld. N. J. were says degree In industrial manage- I spend a few days with another I Crusher works on the head, eration. to Riverside Hospital -

sheet of wall board on the weekend guests of Mr. and drink"Wine Is Is raging a mocker and whosoever strong say.Just a First tribute, I to thought Dr. Christof It was ment from Georgia Tech daughter and son-in-law Mr.' He's dressed tip in the blade. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maynard ,Jacksonville.' .*-

floor, and then with spray Mrs. Henry Schuber of Clover : fers when the where he was a member of and Mrs. Roy E. Crenshawand They're out to kill each other, attended the Daytona 600 Dr. Jan Mundorff of Tam
Is deceived not
of paint, brooms brushes thereby Is Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, of GaInesville.Mr. At least Saturday. visitor of
cans church building could not contain family i they're gonna try. I Stockcar Race at Daytona, International pa was a
and mops demonstrated. how Lane.Mrs.. Janet Browne of Toronto wise. [Prov. 20:11Concerned(): ] !the large number of people and is now employed by Crom- and Mrs. Andy :Boswell If they can't to nothing else, Speedway Sunday. his aunt and uncle. Mr. and

to make an "abstract" paint. Canada, is spending the The Fred Dodd Citizens Family who 'came to pay their last pton-Highland Mills, Inc. In have returned from a law They'll try to poke out an eye. Dinner guests at the home Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan.

ing.Displays: winter season with her cousin, respects to him. This alone Griffin. weeks of visiting and! flight- Now Killer's got the bear-hug. of Miss Cheryl Griff on her Mr. and Mrs. Homer,Brln

consisted ofj' jewel Mrs. -Elmer Howe of Magnolia Keystone Heights, Fla. would speak well for any 'pub A June wedding Is planned.the seeing In South Florida, and He's trying to break his back.: 17th birthday Feb. 22 were son were In Gainesville Tuesday

ry painting:, needlepoinem- D1' ve. lic servant. I !believe it is fitting Key West. But Crusher broke the hold, the Misses Elaine and Alma visiting his ,brother, JBar-

broidery, ceramics, knitting Mrs. M. Klrkpatrick of Feb. 22, 1968 and proper that we express subject of Medicare and Joe Joseph and R. H. Smith I:, With a powerful whack I I Akrldge, Merle Packham Jr. ney Brlnson. presently a'"patient

and hooked rugs.DUPLICATE Meadevllle, Pa., is spending !Dear Mr. Matthews: our- feelings about' people! was Introduced by' Mrs. P. F. were Sunday guests of the Now Crusher's cracking his and Matthew'Packham.Mr. at the Medical Center.

BRIDGE several weeks with Mrs. E. M. I am writing to ask a very whom we appreciate and respect Kromer.A Lucky Lutgens. I head. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Mr.'and Mrs. W.:B. Feagleof .

The Duplicate Bridge club Orosberg of E. Lake View special favor of you through In this manner. However short' business followed, Mr. and Mrs. E. W Gibbs My how the blood does fly. Jr., and Percy HX were White Springs visited her
the medium of '
sponsored by Woman's Club Drive. your paper. let me urge each of you which was presided over by and children Fay and Duke I, And just as I predicted dinner guests Monday eveningof sister '?frt.- Marion' Sullivan

meets every Monday night at' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmeral As you know, Doctor D. M. who read this letter of tribute, Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon pres- visited her parents, Mr. and He Just popped out an eye. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Sullivan,/ last Tues

the Municipal Building. Play I' of Lake Brooklyn have returned Chrlstotfers of Keys tone to tell your family physician, ident. Mrs. W. L. Spires In Sparks, But killer jumped him with. a Marshall Strickland, at Flora- day. -

begins at 7:30: ( sharp. home after a visit with Heights, was killed In a plane personally, how much you appreciate Hostesses were Mrs. L. B. Ga. over the weekend. bound. I home. ; THANKS .4.4tt
HERE AND THERE crash this week. The family him and his servicesto I And him flying dropkick Once again sincere thanks
Mrs. Simeral's cousin, Louis Nicholson, Mrs. Helen Whit- Mrs. Jo Strandberg Is visit- gave a A birthday dinner honoring "
Lt. Col.! Wayne B. Sargent; Franz of Tampa. While there requested that I conduct his you, the very next opportunity ton, Mrs. Albert Schoenomanand ing her sons Paul and Char-. Clyde Hall was held at his to the people of this community -

formerly of Keystone Heights they enjoyed the Oasparilla funeral service, assisted by you have. You can wait Mrs. C. A. Ford. les and families'in' Jacksonville Then Crusher flew over the home Saturday evening. Present ,for their fine- cooperationIn

recently visited; his mother festivities and were joined by other ministers.In until he Is dead and say it WORLD DAY OF PRAYER for a Tew .
:Mrs. Mattie Sargent. He Is Mrs. McClintock and Mrs] conducting this service with flowers, but I am sure he The inter denominational Mr. and MrS Albert Yarborough >bet that made him sick. with Mr. and Mrs. Hall were to gather the news.-Telephone
now stationed: at Ft. Benning. yesterday, I felt there were would appreciate it much more match went on and on difficulty i over the weekend
McNally. friends from Orlando World, Day of Prayer Service i and daughter, Fran- The their son, Rodney Hall and
Oa. He will leave for VietNam during their stay. Before many things which ought to be If you told him now while certain he will be held Thursday, March ces of Fairbanks; were Sunday For, about a day or two. family; their daughter ,Mra. (prevented some of the ( calls:
; on Moich .29. said about him. but.refrained can hear it. I made have the mess, 'reporter had intended\ to
returning home they visitedMr. DoctorChristot'fers 1, at 10:00: a. m. at :Faith visitors of the Jack' Millers. You should seen Merle Packham. and Rev. your
''because of the time to time that
Mrs. Kenneth Cooper and and Mrs. Dick Fisher in from doing so from felt Presbyterian Church. Every- We extend OUB deepest sympathy When they were finallythrough. Merle Packham: Mr. and)! :Mrs.' make. but please' standJ>yI'U '-
sorrow of the family, and knew how wa :
deep ?
Miss June Rldaught, spent last be
Pensacola./ to the fanhilies of W. E. Bill Phillips: Merle Packham. you
own ''broken heart. about him. Now I'm glad I ddd. one is invited to take part.A
Friday at Ft. Benning Oa., WILLIAMS NEWS my I when it nursery will be provided Moore and Dr. p:). W. Christ- Just who won the match, Jr.; Miss Alma Akrldge, and
attending: the graduation of Bingo Is played every Fri. Today, however, I feel thatI Secondly time, to hope die, that my for children. offers in the lost of their ford No one could ever tell. Mr. and Mrs. Hlckson.

Pvt. Cooper from basic train- day night at the church hall. must publicly express my comes my will have ASH WEDNESDAY ones. Some of our local! Because all that was left. Mrs. Paul Maynard had as SCHEDULE
Ing. Pvt. Cooper Is now stationed personal feelings about this life an<\... ministry blobs of ,jell. ,, OF SERVICES
Play begins promptly at 7:30.: blessed many people and won There will be a service In children are classmates of the Was two big I lunch guests last WednesdayMrs.
and the feelings
at Ft. Polk La. GOLF NEWS man apparent hearts Moore children. Now two more have arrived, Homer Brlnson, Mrs. 3.
as the
in their the Fellowship Hall of
of this and area.I me a place ,
Rev, and Mrs. M. J. Scrip- The annual George Wash community Donald Christoffers' life and Melrose Methodist Church on Gary Weber was visiting In And they are ready to begin. D. Phillips and Miss Dorothy PARK |

ture have returned home I ington Silver Trophy Tournament had known Dr. Christoftera ministry did for him. I do Ash Wednesday at 7:00: p. m., Jacksonville, over the week- But I wonder If there'll ever Mills. of-the

from Kenton Ohio where was held at Keystone I for some fifteen years, both asa thank his family for sharingso "The Ommon Meal" will be end, his brother, Billy Weber Really be an end- Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland

Rev. Scripture was Interim Golf Club on Sunday, Feb. 23 I physician and a friend. When much of their huSband and observed. This Is a variation brought him home and visited Sullivan were hosts Sunday PALMS.SUNDAYS

' pastor for seven months. Dur- followed by a covered dish I Don Christoffers died the other father's time with us as he of the Communion service. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. yyyyyyyyyyyTVVVVVVVV'THERESSA evening at a birthday dinner .

ing their absence they visited supper. The winners were first day, I lost one of the dearest ministered to our physical! Everyone is Invited to come James Robbins. honoring their eon, Percy ,
and ''best friends I have ever
relatives and friends In Royal low net Mildred Sutton and needs. My sincere sympathyand and share In this experience Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville Sullivan of Palatka. Also present I 11:00 A.M. 7:30: P.I.
shall -
Falls Pa., had. I don't think I ever :
Oak. Mich.. Beaver ,
Joe Wlldt! ; second low net prayers shall be with themin of Christian fellowship. spent the weekend were Mrs Percy Sullivan I
it and I not I
over am sure
and Hamilton, Ohio. Zee Tolles and! Al Watson; gea the days of adjustmentahead. MELROSE ACTION with her sister and brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan I THURSDAYS
Wooley that I want to. He shall surelybe Dorothy MillsPhone
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest first low gross, Voncile Ketch missed at my house I loved COMMITTEEAll Jaw Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car- By 473-4518 Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan, I 7:30 P.M.

andi Miss Cecil Wood recent of and Joe Petrock; second low him both as a !friend. and as a In Jesus Name, residents of Melrose and penter. The Carpenter's Jr. and Percy Ill Felix'!: Sullivan -I FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

Kenton, Ohio were gross Vesta Alken and Bobj family 'physician. Merle L. Packham, Pastor surrounding communities are grandson, Marie Reddish of and Miss Dorthy Mills TEACHING

j j Hayes. Team play will be resumed One > important element Hope Baptist Church invited to attend the March 5 Starke, visited them Saturday.Mrs. ...y.yyyyy ..yyyyy..yIIOI'E James Phillips of
on Thursday. Carpenter and her Is All Strikes Hrld In The
that must exist In the rela. meeting of the Melrose Action BAPTIST CHURCH spending several Op&locka\\

HIKTir ANNOUNCED Committee to be held at the daughter Mrs. Dolph Reddish Sunday School, 10 a. m.; his grand parents, New Bible Center

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS iSp. 5 and :Mrs. David Sun- Episcopal Parish House at of Starke attended the Victor Morning Worship, 11 .... m.:
derland announce the birth of Tom Chamblee spent a cou- replace those teachers that Borge Show In Jacksonville, --
7:30: () p. m. Training Union 0:30 p. m.;
a son. Mark David on Febru- ple of days In Orlando last resigned. Things went pretty A. C. is group of Friday night. DeWitt
U The M. a Evening- Worship, 7:15: p. m.WedneedaY' C. Jones Funeral Home
25, at Fort Rucker, Balevllle week. smoothly compared to the
ary citizens who have been working All of the winter tenantsare evening !Prayer
Ala. Mrs. Sunderland is C. G. Odom returned home trouble schools had. The
have moving out of the cabinsat
to a
; since September Service Is at ':3() p. m. with
the former Joyce Powell I last week after spending a school will remain open and communitywide organizationto Griffin's Lodge, and new I following the sTARKE PHONE 961-6200'
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. couple of months In the Vet- classes will continue as usual. I choir practice ,
serve the citizens of Melrose ones will be moving in. Our Bible Club, for
John T. Phillips, of Keystone. erans Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. The Senior Class of Melrose surrounding areas. specs are still moving on the service. The KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178
and through 6, meets
Paternal grandparents of the Joe Preston and her High toured St. Johns River I Articles of beds and are biting early In grades
The proposed afternoon after
MELROSE new arrival are Mr. and. Mrs. daughter and grandchildren of Junior College in Palatka last Incorporation for the group, the morning, and late in the Monday Rental Services
Richard Sunderland, of Key Flagler Beach visited Mrs. Wednesday. They listened to school.
at the open evening.
will be presented
Merle Packham pastor
stone.rvvyyyyyyyyyvv'v''T. Bernice Gano Friday. lectures given by the profes- meet in?. Along with George Wash- Rev. Baptist Church. win HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
of Hope
Mr. and :Mrs. John Harpe sors there and were given literature -
Anyone interested In helpIng ington, little Miss Joan Miller enter Bradford County Hospital CRUTCHES
BUSINESS spent a couole of days In MIami about the College. to meet the problems and had a birthday on :February> on ThursdaY Feb. 29,

last week. Many Melrose graduates attend needs of this community ia; 22. Joan has now reached the Friday. The

DIRECTORY MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and this college when they Invited:!,, to attend the meeting.. ripe old age of nine. She celebrated for sincere surgery prayers on and good

family spent the weekend at graduate from high school. The temporary Board ol her birthday with an wishes of not only the church

p HoweEveryone their place In Johnson Beach. CUB SCOUTS Directors for M. A. C. are; after-school pizza and Coke members but all residents of

BEAUTY SHOP -By-Joyce--t- Tommy Oom;! of Hattls- Cub Pack 109( held their an- Mrs. E. H. Bartlett, Clifton party. Birthday cake In a the community are with Rev.

.& & & burg. Miss spent a few days nual "Blue and Gold Ban- England, Richard Moore Rev. Cowboy and Indian motif was Packham for a quick and to- YOUR INCOME

visiting his father! C. O. quet" last Thursday with 100 Al Steuart and Mrs. Roths L also served. Joan was quite Rev. Tommy \tl\
KEYSTONEBEAUTY In Melrose is Odom, and his brother and per cent attendance. Den 4 Wanton. delighted with her many gifts, tal recovery. .
Mae pastor of (First .C'O"1
shocked at the tragic death ol family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin had the best table decoration but got the most pleasure Howe, former in Lawtey, TAX .. ;
SHOPEdith Church
Wm. E. Moore of Melrose and Odom and children. determined by the Judges. Baptist
to ...-14 &. .
__ ..._ from a football presented. ,. __ and now of Gainesville, will
M. christoffers of Key- L n L .L H
John Out. Dr. D.
o.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley -me aen-ieaaer or me we- her by her grandmotner Airs.!
PersonalA stone, who were killed! in a of Gainesville visited their belos Scouts, Gilbert Reed Ruby "Heart" Dyal. be supply pastor until Rev.I
Creative plane crash near Palatka. son. Chester Wesley, last week. presented awards to all the ,Guests were Keystone school Packham Church returns.\ extends congratulations '

Hair StyHngZnHTidufil They were enroute to Key- The Melrose men's basket- Cubs who had earned them chums: Timmy Meek. Omar Hope of Its .
to two
Beauty (Core stone from a fishing trip to ball team last week defeatedthe since the last awards presen- Valldejull. Cynthia MIngle-

Bverr Form of Beauty Culture Ft. Pierce. Moore's son Ernest, Palatka men's team by a tation. dorf. Terri Dyal. Cindy :MIller members. Mr. and Mrs. Joe

Open Tne-St. 9-6; and Chrlstoffer's daughter. score of 74-47. They will play District Commissioner Mil- First Baptist Church Rev. Mike Stanley, Nancy NIckel Hagen of Keystone Heights

Closed Monday Gall, were also In the crash Keystone Monday night In the ledge Murphy IH presentedthe Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun- Dana Ooetzman. Brenda on the birth of a daughter County With a low-cost :

but they survived and seem Melrose gym at 8 p. in. Pack Charter. It was received day School, 9:43: a. m. Wor- Triest and Susan Finn from Tuesday at Bradford I .. :

NURSERY to be doing: well. Mr. Moore The Mabel pearsall Circle by Rev T. A. Steuart ship Services, 11 a. m. and Melrose. Mrs. Jack F. Miller Hospital. Income Tax 'r

was buried Friday in the Melrose of the WSCS will meet at the on behalf of the sponsoring institution 7:30: ( p. m. Training Union. Sr. was assisted< with the hos- Rev. Merle Packham conducted -\ this \ '
O.C. Carnes Nursery Cemetery with Rev. Mil- Griffin the Melrose Method1st for funeral services for, loan from .1
home of Mrs. Ralph 6::30() p. m. Nursery open pltaltles and games by her ,
FIormhonMM lard Breyfogle and Rev. Wm Wednesday at 2:30 m. Church. Dr. Donald M. Christoffers.
niway 100. on : p. all services. mother. Mrs. Ruby Dyal: and bank can
MB of Start Poppell performing the ser Sr. Is in The Invocation given by last Wednesday at Keystone you
MOM Mrs. Carl Hagglund, was CATHOLIC her oldest son. T. C. :Miller. to Dr.I IChriatof II. ,....
Nursery Stock Thousand* vice.Survivors charge of the program. Rev. James Fink. St. William's ChurchSunday after Heights. A end those t tax '
of Plants A Fruit'Tr*. to included his wife DUPLICATE BRIDGE Special guests included Mrs., Mass. 9 a. m. WednesdayMass Wednesday night fers by Rev. Packham'' _

t chooM from. Nice Shade Trees. Mrs. Dot Moore, two sons., Winners last week of the T. A. Steuart, Art Wheeler, and Novena, 7 p. in.COMMUN1TY bowling In Gainesville, Charlie appears elsewhere in this Issue problems

'' Evergreens Jk Landscape Ernie and Joe and a. stepson,, Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club scoutmaster and his wife -- CHURCH and Vanetta Morris of Houston of The Telegraph! \ money

Plants. All In containers Marvin Boos all of Melrose. were: Mrs. Gay Livingston Mrs. George Wheeler, and Sunday School 9:40: a. m and Mrs. W C. Ward and COMMUNITY HOUSE fast. Sea us.KEYSTONE.

Plant anytime. CamftlMaa A Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bradford and Mrs. Ray Starnes. 1st Mrs Gilbert Reed. Morning Worship, 11 a. m I Mary Ella Wattenon of Recreation la held each'

azaleas.I of Start visited in the homeof place: Mrs. Roland Bryan and Everyone had, plenty to eat, Nursery at 11 o'clock service Starke, were supper Barton.guests The of I. i ,., _5r"kt

I :I Let as do your landscaping Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason Mrs. J. T. Voee. 2nd place: the boys were certainly only ReV Leon F. Milner, Pete and Joyce CONCRETE PRODUCTS ,
Morris' left early ThursdayLVTIIERAN "
Phone 659-: : 183 Wednesday. I Mrs. F. T. Rogue and Mrs. "rounded out." pastor. .; ,' r

: Chester Wesley and VirgIe Phil Kromer. 3rd place; and :Mrs. Duncan. Mrs. Pace -EPISCOPALSt. ..
\ USED CARS Rowe spent several days last Tittle in Church. INSIST THAT ALL TOtTB
Mrs R. A. Kendall and Mrs. and Mrs. were charge Anne's Morning,
\' week in Ormond Beach. Ed Longnecker, Mrs. Leob of planning the banquet, and Prayer and Sermon. 1st. 3rd., CONCRETE PRODUCTSABE

Hanks Used Cars Mrs. Grant Rothhammer is Duncan and Mrs\. C. W, Home, they did an excellent Job.WOIAN.S and 4th Sunday 9:30: ( a. m. Vicar. TIIZ BEST FROMEdward' STATE BANK(

In Little Rock, Ark., visiting tied for 4th.SCHOOL : CLUB Holy Eucharist and sermon, Divine Worship, 11... m
': BIG CASH DISCOUNT her daughter Miss Carol NEWS Dr. Henry J. Babers, M. D. 2nd Sunday 9:30: ( a. m. [Nur- Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd Building I Member FJXLC. Height
TERMS Keyston FU..;
flr Services held each ,
Rothhammer. Melrose school remained of Gainesville was guest sery open for all services.] Sunday. : Supply Inc.
\if'.' BUY -Bt.SELL I Box-9OHivy. TRADE Gus Alderman has returnedto open last week. despite the speaker at the regular semi- Daily offices of Morning and Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal eaTen Friendly) Bank In Yow:: Friendly

't t 100 ft MIle, !S. Starke his home from the Mason's teacher walkout. Enough sub- monthly meet of the Melrose I Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and S Church. Richard Meyer, 724 8. MI.3724544GAINESVILLE. Community."

II, Manor Horns in Jacksonville. stitute teachers:! were found to V/oman's Cljb. He spoke on I p, 1/1, Rev. William I* Jane*, mlnlflter. : :,. FLA.


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.. .......... -............. Daytona on Sunday. Ing. Thursday night, Llllddee Countr.Oww Description Amount of Description Amount 11
Mrs. W. H. Hall of Jacksonville Circle. Friday night Prayer BBIRNICR Plain' olLand Taxes of

': IAWTEY Is spending this week Colored Citizens; Band Meeting. Sunday tIt .VI- ()BE'1t'\.R LEE) HABp.ia. Seo.Twp.RK 140 .Owner and Coats Land S.-c.TwP. Ree oAo Owner' and Cat

with her son-in-law and Church School at 9:3: .,MornIng .Dot emlant.NOTTOII .
N OP SUIT! ., ;( 418A-NI,{, of NK% "&
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. t.. M. wsRECREATION Worship at 11. Evening To. ROBBRT LKH HARRIS 8BS-All ''Rx Ry .6 T 21 i I4G I :jCoatalner. Corp 819.4 1BK of flli1% of

By Knza Blanchard McClellan. They spent Monday Service, 6:30.Greater: .Acid"... And Residence Unknown 8 6 r,-All Kx Ry T, '7 21 .ft40 :Container. Corp 474.01895All' 341446&S440f5W14of ,{
18 7 21 640 Container Corp 442.24 8E'4 "* NEW" ofSE14
.aAiAA: ALA ALAAAAAAA4&1 with Mrs. Lou Deese and Mr. NEWS Allen Chapel AME You Are Hereby. Notified. that I 900-NWU\ A WV4{ of Ex
-:..:; and Mrs. A.. J. Faulkner In On Friday and Saturday Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson .n tkotlon for Divorce haa been RWU Ex R/W A Rx: Cor8otEd& aIn '
That Port of SWU, of HE
10 HONOR MRS. WELLS Hampton.Mr. pastor. Friday night, Love filed. aveln't jrou. and you arerequired of ,HWU, Which LireS > NE Cor
March 1-2 the Reno Recrea- 0f44NofRdE5.
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SS An interesting! event or FrlMtay and Mrs. Melson Prlvett tion Dept. will hold its second Feast at 7:30.' Sunday morn your written to. defense.ve. oipy, If any, of at Rd 18 A E) .. Hwy Fronta to NI

March 8. at 8 p. m, Will and .George Privett were visiting ,Invitational Basketball Tour- ing: Sunday School at 10 with to It on Eugene F. Bhaw. Attorney Of St RI, 231 It 7, 21 138.781 Container. Corp 162.27 Powell A thapport,
807 Ex K lOA of E> of
JT a {arty honoring Mrs. Mae In Lake Butler on Sun- nament. Mrs. F. B. Delcstre In charge Ure.n 'le for 142 Plaintiff.W. Call whoiw Street. ad- A-NRV NWU of SWM, 20 T, 21 1.9* Container Corp 145.39 which "il:I.e. NWL.Y of WI

::JB. 'Wells' for completion of Morning service at 11. Holy Starlce, Florida and file the original _WU of SWU Mt ltd 100 A N 10'

.th frore than 26 years of service: day.Recent visitors of Mr. and The Hawks game will against play an exhibition the- Communion at the 6 p. 'm above tried with Court the en Cleric or of before the A KVi of SWU\ 28 7 21 120 For Container Edwin Corp Peck1042.AThat 99.64 NEV4 N of of Hwy 8K'4 100 In 3*' t Z2it 215 Container. Corp 133.7

't1M community as postmasfer !\Mrs. H. H. Hamilton were Mr. Walker Phantoms at 7' p..m. service. March 15, 19681,' otherwise. .a- Port orWV4 I 4I ..-814\! of SW)4E ) 30 8 80 Container Corp BJ.CJ
-at Lawtey. The party will and Mrs. H. II. Henderson, of Judgment may ti. ent r..dagalnut of NWU\ N of R/W
rB: & held at Grace Methodist! Game No. 1 Is set at 8 p. m.. you for the relict de- Ht Rd IK Cont .23A nf TW4 NO
Perry. Mrs. Henderson wasformel'1y with Anderson .va Keller High. mantled la the Complaint or In or Blc 6:1-684: SO 1 1 21 CO Container Corp. :3.97 f207-N'W of NW4Ex .
-Church and everyone Is cor- Petition. A NEV4 RO k'nhtalneI'. Horn si.
music' teacher In 22 37
a I .
::-Olally Invited. In- game No.2. at 9 o'clock I Tins RIGHT ponnc for the WITNESS my hand and the UI -Lot 41 A: W"4 R/W n For JC Powell ERtSO

;:SV8CS MEETING HELD3rogvam Bradford County. Mrs. Nellie, the Boys Club will meet Fess- way you write. Come In aDd Seal of laid Court February of tot 44 In Wood' un9-1'rW'I\\ NW'I\'\
Wilson and Mrs. Mina Niblack den Academy. I ravortt. ESTKR- 13th. 1585.SEAL lawn SI I 23 ll>' Container; .; Corp 8.39 lOA Ex R/W 31 2Z Container I do-rp' 24.11
neleci Ex B
J" The WSCS met Tuesday of of Lake City called on Sunday. your ( ) For L.. O. Fowel For I. C Powell Eat
:Jast -week at the home of Mrs. On Saturday starting at BROOK jonntata pen. TKLJDCJRAPH CHARLES) A. DARRY> tl'7-WY.! of svru 4304-1E'A! n or Ry 32 6 22 4 Container Corp 475
Sunday dinner guests of .AB CLERK OP SAID COURT 811:54 of RWU" a 8 29 120 Container Corp 101.92 1l'orL .Q Powell
Reno Recreation plays'
-i .1+ JDinklns with Mrs. Vernon Mrs., W. M. Reddish were her : By Beulah M. Moody I"H--iIIW\ ot NW'A S I 22 40 Container ofip 31.4: '4448-N54 of NEVi\ of "
ITJbiln: giving the devotional. tha winner of game one and Aa Deputy Clerk IfldQ( '-SRVi" nephew and niece Mr. and '
.-Mrs. Dlnk'ns! presented the at 3:30: RJE plays the winner In The flrpolt Court Of TheKlKklh First. Publloxtloot February of RFl A: SKU 10of For .... C Powell. FoNt
Mrs. Joe Copeland of Jack Juill.lnl. ('l..-nli Of 15, 1868. RR 1 8 23 131 Container Vtrp 114.21 44-47-."814{ of XE'A of
I : with MrS. Oeorge sonville. of game two. Consolation Florida In Anil For Brndfenl B/15 4t 8-7 For 1... C. Powell EM.. SWU! S3 6 ss 20 Container Corp boo
*Trtbe. Lee Mrs H. games start at. 8 p. m., with IfldO! -NI/J of NW% Pop ti C Powell Eat
Mrs. R. E. )
Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Jr. and 8 V4 o-f NWU of NKVi 4 8 12 100- Container Corp 70.1)7) 444*-N'4' of d% of
::3>. Wainwright Miss Enza daughter, Geneva were in the championship game set NOTICE OF TAX, SALE For r. C. Powell EMt. SWU, Ex 1A in !NW
2004-:M'/j of 14W44, 6 t 13 80 63.34
5Blanchard and Mrs. George for 9 p. m. Saturday night. \ Cnr rhu Com
Jacksonville on Sunday where Notice i Is hereby given that on the lit day of April, 1968, For I* O. Powell 674 Ft H of SW
Roberts! taking part After the All fans are urged to come 8018-WV4 of NEU AKK'4
they attended morning serv- : at Starke, County of Bradford State of Florida, tax sale \ .of NWU A .' Cor of NW'4 of
;;;:business session the meeting out and cheer for the. team of SW '/,, NIY 157 }O't.WLY .
ices at St. Stevens Episcopal certificates will be sold on. the following described land to HW'4' Kx: R/W 7. HIS!) Container< Corp 311.78 601 Ft loHy -
adjourned to meet on March choice. ,
your For .< C 1'0".11
-* with Mrs. Ed Durban. Church, where Mrs. Wilkison CHURCH NEWS pay the amount( due for 1966 taxes herein, set opposite' the 2017-!NEVi of NWU T 8 21! 40 Container Corp 32.46: H Par. WIRY Hit
is a member and were dinner Ft, ELY D01 Ft to
eECHURCII ACTIVITIES guests of another daughter Mt. Plsgah AME Church. same together with all COHts, of such sale and all advertising. 2021-EVi Ex 10A In For L. C Powell FOB/ 8 U 01 For Container Li 0 Powell Corp 40 in

"5 Grace Methodist: Sunday Mrs. William King. Rev. George Young pastor Amount of NW Cor A 8ICU of 4441-S',1 of SW/4 or8W

trrfichool. 9:43: Morning WorJSEfchlp Sunday School, 10( a. m. with DtvlC'rlp\lon NK'A' of NWU A 0: 44 33 8 22 20( Container Corp) 11.71
On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. of Taxes NW'4 of NKU\ Of 4457_<'<)m at SW Coy
11 a', m. E. J. Raulerson were visiting Supt. Anna Wright In charge. NW'4 A SEU: or , Sg nrst Baptist: Sunday their son-in-law and daughter Morning Service at 11. Even- Land Spe.Twp. Ego yte OwIIer and Costs A NEU of Run 51:503 FtN

..sgseuool.::: 9:4S: Worship 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Broward, Ing Service, 6:30.: S4-NI'I.; NFJlA 11:5It : SWVi Cor. A Ex Ex 2A In Ilwr SW a r.GrtFa.: W to 31rft':13:; : t 22 4 Pontahw Corp' 7.15

ISl and 7 p. m. Training Union, in Jacksonville.Mr. :Pleasant Grove Methodist W 1 8 80 to Cootalnnr Corp 3r..44 Frontage on R HUln '. Far. Li a Powell.
ae: p. m. Midweek services Church Rev. H. P. Hudson lU-W I!. o J.f sI1V& IZ 8 10 80 ContaIner' ('orp 51.69 of Hwy 1ft 4-A ftEV4 4C.1S--SKI'A of SBV4KX
and Mrs. James Hall of 113-WI.4: 18 S 20 .fflO ContaIner. Corp 372.79 of 811:14 of Ky Ex R/W 34 6 22 SS Container. Corp: :It 05
2SWednesday, 7. p. m. Baldwin visited Mrs. Hall's pastor. Sunday School 9:30, : IGl'Ao ot flB' U 8 20 so Oontaln.r Corp 62.\16\ SWli\ Ex R/W 8 8 22 424 Container Corp 310.tlt! For Li C Powell Em.

**- phurch of God: Sunday parents. ''Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morning Service. 11. Evening 167-1'.3.4 lie: 8W i4 ofHW' 8045 For,: L C Powell EeL!: 4630-WH,{ of NRM of
N'A of &
2f 8 tll 374.1t 8WU NH:% of NK'/i: &
11 : _52/1/ Conlal" rors
School, 10 a. m.: Worship! Clark Monday.Mr. Service 4 p. m. I fill-Ail 25 8 10 840 Contl.ln"r Corp 420.94 NV4 of W'/4' ..fHWU E4! of NWU! ufNEM

_;:a. m. and 6:30: p. m.; VPE)!: and Mrs. Wallen Sapp Mt. Morlah Methodist 171-AII Ex NW% otNW'II .* s' of ); : of NK 'i A
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Church The annual meetingof 28 8 20 800 Container Corp. 407.90 SWVi: 9 8 H20B7 14) C"on'tJiln.." Corp 811.19 NKVi: of NK14\ o.f
and Leslie of Jacksonville 17 4 & For Li (1. J'owell 8W'h Ux Hurrow
::Services Friday. I::30 p. m. spent the weekend with Mr. the Christian Service of '4WIltfll :' n s ao se ContaIner Corp 64.S4 -All NU R' of lIft 60 Contalher Corp 47.80 Pit KnncnuTt 3 7 22 20 Container Corp 19.03

.-? Highland Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. A. C. Pearce K. R North Central District Florida 200--N'J.a ot I.DIN 4 Ii 8n: 8/0:/ 130 COltt..ln.r Corp 48.91 For Li C. Powell For ... Q Powell

':;8choo1. 9:45 a, m. Worship, Lee and John visited Mr. I Conference, was held at Mount :a-All 21:1-"J'AI: of 4I1 4 3a 36 6 0 aD I" 840 80 Container Container Corp eiirp. 462.II 61.03: 2103-That port of 8V4of 4mi .A-w 9110' of

..e.11. a. m. and 7:30: p.' m. Choir Lee's mother Mrs. Clemmle Morlah Saturday Feb. 24, :/t9-AII 30 8UI: 1140 ContaIner Corp 09.43( HWVi lying K of NHH or NW'/ A N
6:30 Prayer 2tO-AIi 11c> Rn It/W 1 7 'ao 1176 Conl..lnpr ("Ol'p 1i3(. 72211AII Hcl\ 2H( A W of Sal 4ixr uf w 71.1' of
:::Practice : p. Lee, in Enigma/ Ga. during Iron9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Theme ic:> KIt H/W jI 7 jlO 8fO ContaIner. Corp 422.2: Ity H of furvlaFurni SRV4 of NW/ 3 7 22 37.C'i Container Corp. 28.13

szzservices' Wednesday. 7:30: p. the. week. of the meeting was Responsibilities 224-All .ha; NW\4\ of Fence Kx K/W 10 e 22 8 Container Corp ..8C 40-t4: -WV4 of NW" of
-=1X1. and Line of Work. Inspiring NWS/t 3 7 20 800 ContaIner. Corp 42:1.82: For L 0 Powell MK:'4 of NKK I5A
Visiting Mrs. Ed :Durban 3I/ 7 In. NB Cor uf NW 4T
g= 2281':3-4: Df Jo1'4 & -EU of NEV, Kx
: 'PERSONALS". were her brother and sister- programs were held \ Slt\\4 It EI' R/W A; NU of NWU 11 6 22 120 Container Corp 97.24 a, NR>4 B lnit 4117(
= ''Mr: and Mrs. Tommy Und- in-law during the day with Rev. W. (,f vvul, 4 7 20 life ContaIner Corp 111.13 210S-WV4! of KV4 I! c>f Ft N A H fly 4Ft (
M. M.
Mr. Mrs. .
and 10 Container Corp 12.46
NKU' A EV4,{ of U & W 3 7 22
Ts= the arrival ol 848-N3-4 of 'PH!. 11xRfl :
sey announce of Gainesville
: M. D. S. -
Powell EU1
Ferguson. For I. Q
Matchett of Hampton on Sun- & WIi Not RHoEx NWU\ of NEU &
=-a son Thomas Kevin, on and other ministers officiating :I.A In aw Cor 9 1 20 449 Container Corp 838.93 KV4 of WV4 of SKV4, \ 4IJS)-SW'/l of NEV4 A .. .
;:;:February 22. day.Mrs. at the Holy Com 850-N3-4 & HF:'!. of & WMi of "HKU' of $81'of NW/4\ A
.... R. E. Lee spent Sunday 8W34 &" 8W',4 of91ct4 SB'A: A: HWU oNB14 > "HKi' Ex: Burrow PitKawnirnt
;= We are pleased to note that afternoon In Arlington with munlon. Dinner was served at Ex RY 10 7 91) 11411 Container Corp 1191.18 11 e1 22 160 Container Corp 129.82 : Kx 7-A. In

:J Mrs. B. E. Reddish' Is at home her parents Mr. and, Mrs. 0.' 1230. 360-.MI Fx: Ity 11 7 20 040 Co..taln..r Corp 458.01 For ... Q Powell NW Cor ot .NI'- of
303-AII ,,:x: Ry 13 7 ao IOU container Corp 732.08 iiliVi: :\ of NV'3! 7 22 233 Container! Corp 133.03
c.afteT:: week In Riverside Hos- L. Peterson, and Dr. Florence The officers and membersare a6S-AII Wx.fA: In 1415Cor 2118_WU, of NWU\ For I. C Powell Eat

*=pibal. for treatment. Steiner of Evanstown Ill. grateful to Volley Starling of BJo1'& ot RW'A 13 7 ao 918 Container Corp 176.80 ot SEVi A E'of' 4885-SR'4 of 14W14$
of NHU of SWU 11 6'' 21 of SE'/i\ A 2A IB-TOW
Ex 14W44
20 Container
2=5: (During the week,' Mr. and'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Grocery for his courteous service NW\4\ Be Ex .:',. of 122-KK\% of NEU A Corp 17.2 for of NEli of

Pierce Crews visited Mr. and family of Way- and Nancy Flowers for NW'of\ IoIE\4\ If 1 ao 680 ContaIner Corp.Nureery EVi of NEU\ ofNWM NW\i\ 4 '7 23 12 Container Corp 13.38For

Crews' brother-in-law and els- cross, Ga. were visiting Mr. the beautiful flower arrangements 372-WU of Nro'4 &. 60U4 of NWU A E',4 A NEU of WV4 of 4088-1:1;: ,{ of W44{ of I* Q Powell,

.ter, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp Walnwrlght's parents Mr. and and all friends who Nro\4\ of NW 4 &0: SE1. 12 8'' 22 140 Container Corp 109.8 8W44 4 '7 22 40 Container Corp 31.31

_"in New River; another sister, Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, on helped make this an enjoyable 11:44 fE 14WV ofSE4 157.8'7' U23'V'of| NtTU' For L a Powell 4691-WJ4 of NE% of For L C Powell But
of 15 7 20 820 ContaIner Corp
.-..Mrs.Nora Sapp, at Brookertand ; Sunday.Mr. meeting. Maybelle E. Roberts 429--.NW'A: & ol, NE SE'4'4 aNE Ex R/W; 12 I 22 40 Container Corp. 29.0 NB>4 A NW\% of

;: Mrs. Crews' brother-In- and Mrs. Pierce Crews local presidentt.eona M. of OlE 28 7 ao 80 ContaIner Corp 51.804H.Jt 2125-.N3.4 Ex N 40A (NB'4'a.. Ex 7A In NW ,"
A: :Ex: SEU of NEVi' Ex 4 A 105' /HIp|
-jaw' : 'and sister. Mr. and Mrs. attended the funeral of Felton Royal' district president. ,{, ot Wu(, of II A HM Kx SWU of Brine 52.95' l-I of

3Jeorge i Rivers In Graham.' Moody at McKInney Cemeterynear Greater Bethlehem Free I'swtof:'", or 81'\4' \ SW'4 ut BE4I \ SRVi "A Kx lOA In NW Oor' of NEM of '
SW Cor U 8 22 NE.14 5 7 22 E4 Container Corp 41.C1
510 Container Corp 323.3
Will Bapt'st Church Rev. A
NW'A or NW\4\
: Miss Karen Lee. of Gaines.v12Ie Long! Bridge: on Sunday. W3-4 of NW'4 of For L 0 Powell For Li C Powell

spent the weekend with Lewis McKay pastor. Monday NI4 .E5RW&E1IDralnn.ge 2128-SEVi of NEU, 13 8 22 40( Container Corp 27.77 4715-F:1-v: of 8W'4 of -...

::= 1er parents Mr. 'and-Mrs. R. Adjustable Vinyl Book night. Choir No( 1 and Ushers r.mt. 23 7 20 290 Container CD'P., 255.77' For L C Powell IIWI4 .II All HE\4\ of
?overs. All sizes 30 cents aTh A NI1:44 of 2128-SWU\ of AFt%, 13 6 22
,. Board No. 2 will rehearse at f3SNI4\ 40 Container Corp 23.45 SW\t\ H of Branch
1' Lee and her
"brother John. NW' & NE'4' of 2UO-EU\ A NWU\ of
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>lr triph '7:30( a WI%{ uf 14W34" of
: Tuesday night ChoirsNo.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman IIW\4\ 4i: All That NEU' A NUof{ .fIE\4: \ S of Branch 5 7 21 65 Container Corp 44.67
A classified ad In the Tele- 1 and 2 rehearse at 5 p. Port lit N"1% of NW% Kx 10A In NK Powell Eel
:gattende '_ the stock car racesIn. trnh brines. result Wednesday, Prayer Meet- SN\4\ N, of Hd NU, of Cor A SWU' of 4719--8 5A of JoI%,{ of For I. C
-= a- --- = NW% of N\V\4\ Av'I SKU A BV4> of SEVi\ 5wv4 of SE'6: 2 23 5 Container Corp 6.21 !
=: :;; dt NW'A of of SEU\ of SWU\ A For L a Powell
SWVi' ft SWVi of W%, of NWU of 4111-E'A', of NW1A ot !
SWVi Ux K/W 24 7 20 326 ContalnrCorP. 8BU 1 of SWU\ 14 0 22 320 Container Corp 242.08 NE'A A N44.ofSE! >4of
.. ... ., ..- '. -- Li a Powell -
I "JAOKSONViLLE:; I. -I' lI. llQ 38S.6fl2H11'4 For 341544 A; 8W4j" or
BUSINESSDlRFCTflRYAuto NWV4 & 341144 .lie 11:44. ofNW44 /
NW" ibr NW14 tc 2138-NU of Ntt{ of A $44 of
SEU: Ex C1/3A W of
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.on of Rd & WVj, of 1144 ot NJ14' of5W44
a : ( 8"1'4 of SWU' H of RK IS 6 22 '305 Container Corp 209.83 : A W44,{ of5E'
: Sales & Service ELECTRIC i s33s'r''; 1 81'A Ex 149.83 For Li Q Powell A S"4\ of
MOTORS PICTURE FRAMESPICTURE 32 5 21 203 Container. Corp 2159-1 Tract In NI3' ;
//oIWI, s 1 21 Container ,
c :U-NI'':% of. NW' II Oor of 'HEU"' \ of 320 Corp 213.43

LANDROVER FRAMING fit,{, of NWVi\ of SWU Being 5GO Ft 4773-WV4{ of NW'4 For Li C Powell. Eat
Peavy Brothers NW'.i &: "8WV' \, Bx.3'4ot K : 8W by 6 SO( Ft of NKVi, Ex 2A on N

; UNFRAMED PRINTS ;::'. NKVi of 220 Container Corp 162.1155di4 N 15 6 22 9 Container Powell Corp 11.42 End: A Ex Ky 8 7 22 1C Container Corp 13.83
Electric Co. \ 33 5 21 For Li C 4774-1A In N End of

= SPILLERS'GALLERY of NW'i 34 5 21 80 Container Co-rp 68.94 :2181-NU{ of AWl o.r WV4 of NWVi of
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m yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy .death of her grandmother last Rev M. D. Medeiraa conducted ,Southern Discount\ Baldwin pond because of bad weathe Jackson Builders before, 'win daughters ,of 'Ft Myers visited Medico Center In Gainesvillelast I moved their trader. from,;lh*

Saturday. a revival near Sarasota had to work for this victory and will be played this Satur niag 9344",01"1, the'same evenIng Mrs. Nets Johnson: and Mrs. I I week !and Is reported doing I II. Shafer lot last week, to. fhelfneK. I

Bavless Hiwav Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Wat- last week Mrs (Medeiraa and and had it not \been for a good day. Barring a, tie which wUl' Starke, Chrysler outman Frank 4!.Jean. .Kys last week. b.f ter '\ f .I/II4.W"t/ : of.Jown, ,
terson and children, Mra. LIther daughter spent Thursday and first quarter they 'would have necessitate) a play-off, the ned Boatdrain Church, 43-1)9.) Tf'J.! Alderman entered Iho I I._ Mr. and'Mra. n. 3. Williams
Sty l\1re. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wattersun oi! Hampton, Friday .iwith'relatives In Perry.Mr. >been In real trouble. Baldwin games scheduled for Saturday Hi the double header plaed
und Mrs. !Myrtle Watterson of and Mrs it*' A. CroSbyand outscored Southern lfl-8 In will close the season.STANDINGS Monday Feb 36, Starke National -
!W North Carolina pant Sunday '' 'daughter.. Sue, spent the the opening period and the : Koch's 5-2.: I Guard whipped Boat-
BRIDAL SHOWER with relatives in Deland. weekend !with\ their eon anddaughterlnIanv damage was done. Baldwin Carp's 4-3. Andrews 3-4. OeJewelry 1 drain 46-29 In a game which
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miller of Mr.: and Mrs.: than the
scored 33 points In the 1st 25.Schedule was much closer
ladles of
C'The,urch were Bayless hostesses Hiway at a with Jacksonville the James spent Connera.Saturday. ),,Lavon Crosby, in Brunswick, half but could manage only 11 : Saturday, Marc 1 score Indicates. In fact in the. 968 MOBlLE

miscellaneous shower recently Mrs. Neta Ga.Mrs in the 2nd!) half to Southern's Andrews vs Gem Jewelr' early,part of the game Boat'
Fort : and
Miss Annette Barney Eggers 15. Johnny Warren Gary 10 a, m. Carp's vs Koch's, 11.: drain Jed 8-4..then hit a cold
honoring Pad:> Myers was a recent guestof daughter, and Joe Sapp of again
'didn't adore
Hamilton, and William Scog- ROYALS AND CELTICS spell and
gett bride-elect. The party her parents the W. C. Wards. Jacksonville were visiting the
double figures\ TIED FOR LEAD until OuArd was ahead 18-
"Mr. gins all hit In the
given at the pastorium. and Mrs. James
Conner "
was T. N. Normans Saturday night. ':
with 18, 13, and 11 points. As a result of action In last 8. ; .
Games were enjoyed during( spent Sunday With' frle-nds In' I
Dunnellon.Mr. The HTussell Crosbys and Lloyd Oilpin had 15 for Southern week's games the situation has In the second game. Jackson WIDE
evening, and the
the hostesses '
presented Miss, Padgett with and Mrs' C. L. Morris' son, and the Marty! Crosbys visit.of Discount. The win for become very interesting In the Builders gave Stark HOM"'E 12
of Houston Gainesville were Sunday Baldwin was the 5th againstno Junior Boys Basketball prc- Chrysler a real scare befor
board Texas two
ironing as a memento spent the
an ors of their parents, Floyd
BUccumblna3324.. This <
Before and gam OED00OMS
losses. gram. Tuesday
of the occasion. About 100 weeks with Mr. and Mrs W. 2
Crosby '
guests were invited to attend C. Ward, andII'!! and Mrs. In the 2nd game played Wednesday games, there 'was was won in the 2nd half 01
delightful affair. Pete Barton. With Me.: and Mrs.. Otis Crawford and Mrs.Ltir Thursday, Feb22. TerwiUegar one undefeated team and one play. The 1st half was a low
this REHEARSAL SUPPERMr. Mrs Freddie() Watterson and ? flaHes and children of edged Hurst Shell 4340. This wlnless team but all that has scoring period:\, as the auto Only
daughter they attended the GiLlrtesvUll visited the C. C. was the 3rd consecutive loss changed. On Tuesday. Feb. 20< dealers found themselve
and Mrs. T. N.
with Norman State Fair In Tampa one day Crosbys Tuesday for the shell team by 3 points the Celtics whose onlY. loss trailing 109. Late in the Sins per month (or even less)
entertained a rehearsal of Maxvllle
last Randolph Crosby week at .hands of the Starke Chrysler begai
week. or less. The previous had come th period $503
supper at their home last Sat- visited his 'parents: the C. C. INCLUDES SALES TAX, INSUR-
Congratulations to Mr. and Baldwin had nipped them, 45- Royals by a whopping score t ot to pull way from the builder
urday night rehearsal following of their theredding Mrs. Larry H. Crosby' of Zeph- Crosfoya last Thursday 42. A slow start for Hurst anda 63 to 46, gained vengeance'by and going Into the fast break! ANCE DELIVERY AND SET-UP

yrhJIls on the arrival of a son fast one lor Terwlllegar was defeating same Royals teal period' thescore, was 28-21
Oerald, and his fiancee
son on February 5. He la the the difference. Terwillegar 43-30. When the first: quart with a. final score of 33-24.
Miss Annette Padgett. grandson of /William Crosby, RECREATIONNEWS took a 12 point lead Into the of play ,was over both team In the 'Individual scoring S & H
The young couple presented and great grandson of Mrs. 2nd period and Burst ''had to had scored 8 points but by race Wayne McLeod lead! i

their the attendants evening. with gifts W T. Crosby. play catch-up. And catch up half time the Celtics had the .with 85 points. His closes! Plus 10,000 GREENSTAMPS

during Mrs. Norman was assistedin Mrs. Doris Woods and they did In the final period.In lead and were able to maintal competitor is Ronnie Thomni:
daughter of 'Seattle, Wash are fact, they took the lead buta it the rest of the way. Pre with 66, followed by Stevi
Mrs. O.
serving by E. cros-
and her daughter, :Mrs spending some time with her TtltWILLEGAtt last minute surge by Terwll Robinson was a thorn in the Tilley' with 60, and John Wil
by Those attending parents the O. E. Crosbys, and AND BALDWIN LEAD legar gave them, their 3rdi win side o the Royals as he hit for llama with 62.Stand1nas .
Eggers. < -
Barney DEAL
were members of the wedding other relatives. Baldwin' Chevrolet, althoughthe against 2 losses and moved 18 points. James Williams lethe : Starke Chrysler w WITH EVERY

'party Mrs. Beverly :Spence of Jacksonville competition from the them to 2nd place. Roger Kel- Royals with 14. 6-1: National Guard, 6-1;: FREE: MADE THIS WEEK
FFBSONALSSympathy was. the dinner guest other league teams has gotten ly paced Terwlllegar With 23 In the Wednesday game the Jackson Builders. 2-5; Boat-
ds extended to of her parents Mr. and Mrs tougher, continued on their points while Kenneth Carltonwas Royals lost their second of the drain .Baptist.' (K7. nr.r-n THRU SUNDAY

:Mrs. Harry Faulkner In the D. E':. Crosby and !grandmother, unaefeated ways, picking up high for Hurst with '10 season, this one to the Lakeri Schedule for Monday,
MrH J, L. John! }ast Sunday. I victory No. 5 at the expense ofMEN'S points. I I :34 to 32. This was a sweet{ March Chrysler vs National
Schedule for Thursday Feb. victory for the Lakers as I in GUard. 7 p. fin. Boatdrain vs
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I 29- Hurst Shell vs Southern five previous starts theY, Jackson, ;, a p. m.. $ ,$ $ SAVE $ $ $
Discount, 7 p. m, Baldwin vs'I had been on the short end of \MEN'S SOFTBALL
Terwillegar, a::30. the score. The Royals started LEAGUE.MEETING
WHAT GIVES MORE I CARP'S CLOSE IN out as If they were going to An organizational meeting And Deal, With A Company You Can Trust
ON KOCH'S DRUGAs hand the Lakers their slit of the Men's Softball Lel1uewin !

BUT COSTS LESS? a result of games played loss as at half time they bid toe held Tuesday, March "Nobody Sells Quality For Less"
Tuesday and Wednesday Feb. built up a ten point lea! 5. at 7 p. m. at the Reareation
However, they saw this lead< Center on Pratt Street. Any
I (
20 and :21, the league a
2 the thin teams wishIng to enter the
II dwindle to only as
I game tighter on as Koch's Carp's and picked now up trail a period closed out and In th e league,are urged to attend.IIAIPTON. Large Selection of Late Model Used Mobile

OUR FAST + II with the final quarter the Lakers outscored -
by only one game
BANK AUTO I league going( into the final the Royals 14-10 t Y. .' Homes For As Little As $100 Down And
take the two point victor: ,
d' I week of play. Both Carp's and {
LOANS. Koch's have two games remaining Edward Knight and Kenn PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT

and theyactually 4 I and will close out the Chitty paced the Royals with: ,
MoLeodi led the
9 each. Larry
season against each other. By Mra. Mary; WilliamsAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa

save youmoney can I the Each other team to will get be knocked pulling off for Takers STANDINGS with 11::points.Royals 4-1, Buy Your Mobile Home From Us

Celtics 42. Lakers 1-5. Mr. and Mrs. ;Martin Balbyar
meet each In Saturday's -
before they
on : I finale. In Tuesday's SCHEDULE' : and four children from Chicago -- YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID -
the over-all > f I whipped Andrew's Sat.. Mar 2- Lakers vs Celtics m. game Carp's Mrs.: Paul Babyar for a few --:00--: --
cost of thriller. 25 to 24. 1 p. m. .. ...
your Drugs In a days.When they left-they wentto P, !
Tues. Mar. 5 Lakers vs ITj1 :
all the .
This game was close ,)
next car. Silver Springs and Cypress } ''I' r
way as neither team ever en- Royals. Gardens for e few days. : '," .
than a 8 point Wed. Mar. 8 Royals \'S '\ r ,''$." ,
joyed more .
the Mrs. Mary Watterson and 1: < ;
See '
car..see 9 Celtics. ft't' ,..
led at half time,
pus..anJSAVEI lead. Andrews HOLIDAY INN LEADSIN Mrs. Myrtle Watterson joined i'f.i. i: \,
14-9, but Carp's came on i" ,' 1l7ffiti .
GIRLS LOOP Mr and !Mrs. F. L. Wattersonof }
strong in the third period to In the Powder Starke on Sunday for a: trip ",
take a 19-13 Andrews lead into outscored the- The Puff standings Girl's League, as of to Delard' to visit Mr. and :Mra. r 1 ; r() :
Final' period. Olen
Monday. Feb. 26, has Holiday:
winners 8-6 In the
the fell Inn leading the 2nd half of Tony McGee! a.former, resi- L pfil JLEQMESisc'
but one
Fourth quarter, needed total. play with 2 wins and no losses. dent of Hampton' returned last ,x
point shy of the
Close behind them Is Gay' week from Viet Nam and< Is
Malachi Henry and Mr and Sirs. Walter ,. -ao1411
le's Beauty Salon with 2 win visiting ., : Y l *l
and Johns 10 points paced For Carp's Andrews with 13 and 1 loss. Thursday. Feb. 29, Rhoden. for a ifew!Iays. U. S. 41. North "Lake; City. Fla. Phone 752-2797

I these two teams will meet and Mrs. Merle pngleton and
Drugs Eddie Hazen had 8.
'i try to gain some ground on
Gem Jewelry had little trouble -
each other. Thursday's gam
Koch's in the
will be the last of the season

game played on Wednesday for Oayle's Beauty Salon and! ,. -. ,av ,
.. afternoon, Feb. 21. Koch's they must win In order to stay; :-

I r ;rB'AN} K fiTI' : .'Aif\ C: Drugs played::! without the services out of a play-off for the league -
_, ; _. ;' of their high scoring ace championship.In I
)ray Flynn and Just were unable action, ret I
-....' Thursday's Ott
to ever get In the game.
22, Holiday Inn took over the<
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 4
I Jimmy Ricks paced Gem with 2nd half lead by downing y A
24 while Steve Thomas pitchedn

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group j jI 11. Dale Johns was high for Conner game was Insurance never In 23-10.doubt The a.a

Koch's with 8 points. the; Innkeepers put 14 point

Saturday's! games were_post- ;, on the Scoreboard In the 1st

half while Conner could onl

led manage Holiday 2 points.Inn bagging Linda Crews>116< ... M w, ...E'yw'

points, while Susan Scogglni
I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO had 8 of Conner's 10 points. .

Monday, Feb 26, Gayle't

Beauty Salon put down a determined w iu' r
Conner Insurance, '

WEAR 26-27. Led by the shooting ol I --

SALES Farm and IndustrialEquipment Office Equipment Diane Cox, Oayle's got off to I _

STAG 'N DRAG I a 2nd a 23-13 haIr halftime Conner lead.outscored In the r

Stanley Blacker Sport Hancock Office Dayle's 14-13, but It wasn't -

BRASINGTON CoateS enough to overcome the 1C QI

CADIJXAO-OLDSMOBILE Santa Fe Tractor, Arrow llirltan Dress Sweaters' Shirts EquipmentBlI11thCtoronaAuthortzed half.point Diane difference Cox was of the the tot Isl' i t,. R i4r'1 .

alt Peters JinketsLodhH of the getting 2t
loo. scorer game
Inc. B SportswearTwo Tilley was high I :
BALES & SERVICEFine DeaferdIaq.victorrrotDL points. Donna a t'1t vr
Can for Conners with 11 point!, a
Selection of Used ,
Gainesville fi
FORDFarm W. I'nlYersHy. Crosby had 10, m > r.
Taken On Cadillao Trade and Dalnesvllln Mall Adding Machine. OaleulatorwSALESSERVICERENTALS and Jane 9 v
Standings: Holiday Inn 20Oayle's ,
2001 N.W. 13th. Rfc 441 Tractors &: Implement L5 ct.
PI10NE 873-5301 Ford Industrial Equipment MOBILE HOMES SAVE TIME!I Macaw yogi 2-1 Conners 0-3.
Thursday, Feb
USED EQUIPMENT requirements with am first Schedule:
MUSTANG 528 N. Main .t Gals svUla ja-Gayle's vs Holiday Inn, 4
SALES: PART SERVICE Phone 870-0051 p.m.1
CRANELAVICOLNMERCURY PICK UP & DELIVERY Mobile Homes, Inc.. Monday March 4- Holiday Let us prescriptiofii your

Oalnesvllle'i Dtacoont Mobil ITS Conner, 4 p. m.
4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville Home Bade Lot. BIO GAME DUE
Authorized Soles! & Service Phone 376-2548 Purchase discounts) on entire PAINT & GLASS : IN MEN'S LEAGUE pasture fop-dressing fertilizer

2201 N. Main St., Gainesville chain guarantee huge savings i The stage has been set-the I,
Phone 372-4373 NEW MOON -- CAPEULA scene will be the BHS gym ,

GARDEN SUPPLIES PACEMAKER Liddell Paint & the play will be the most Important i Mate the moat of your grass program that wffl unlock yourpasture's '.
Crane Imports Used :Mobile Home Low game of the year Ir
Priced. With approved credit Glass Co. the Men's City Basketbal! land by top-dressing now. And big> profit potentiaL -
Volvo MO Austin Uealey Johnson & Faris, Inc. low as S100 down. League. Starke National' -::
<606 E. University, Gainesville' 4820 N.W. ISth St. 441 North ollU.-MII'I'Ol'JI' Siloing Dom : 3uard versus Starke Chrysleib get the most out of your fertilizer We're ready to supply complete

Phone 372-4251 Complete Line' of Gainesville 378-1344 Tub Enclonures-Shorrer Boot Plymouth in a meeting investments by having us pre- N-P-K blends,made from quality
SEEDSPJA.'ITSIn'le'tlrldPet CALL COLLECT Furniture> Topi-Window i which most likely will decide
Reaaty Academy SuppliedFERTILIZERS Windows-Awning he: City League Champion- ccription-blend your fertilizer to Gulf fertilizers, furnish you mod

MOVERS Wallpaper Storefront ihlp. These two teams other will\3 the exact needs o#.your pasture. em spreading equipment, or even
POWELL'S I lave played each
Beauty 'We Rent Fertilizer N.W. 8th Spreaders'Ave. Long. Local Distance Drayage Moving 116 N.W. Sixteenth! : B*. times: during the season. They Phone, or stop in for help in top-dress your pastures for you. .
Academy 221. GAINESVILLE 872-8101:
Packingprating lave. met twice already with it it !
Storage fertilizer Don't put off-put on
Learn Tour 1st planning top-response
a Profession In PHONE" 872-0-m ShippingFIIEPi the Guard taking the
Spare Time. Full or Part Time Gainesville, Fla. ESTIMATES! CALL tame 33-28, and the Auto
DVT ft EVENING CLA9SKSLow HILL'S SEWING MACHINESNational dealer team the second game teens Gulf Is here to help you growiiGcc

Tuition Term 13-22.. The one loss to each
219 N.W. 10th Ave. LADIES WEAR Van Service, Inc. are the only blemishes on i

__ Gainesville 37H-2766 I SMO N.E. Waldo Rd. Sewing their; team records with the Bulk Blended'FERTILIZERS
QalnesvUle 872-4271 Libber game set for Monday,

ELECTRIC MOTORS Cherry'sGainesville's Machine Co., Inc. March 4, 7 p. m. The team
MUSIC hat wins this game probably
Most Dealer' for will be the League Champ..
ELECTRIC Address For LadleeableDRPSSRSSUiT3bAT3 Lipham Music Co. PfaffNew HomeNelco However, considering the fact -

Motor Repair Co.Of Galneevine Shopping d r. Good Used and Repossessed hat; the games have been
872-632(3( Model.SalesRepairs much closer lately, anythingtan

RepairingRewindingNew Gainesville, Inc. MATERIVITT WEARACCESSORIES 110 N.Authorized W. 10th AvenM All* Make a week happen later.In the final game GULF FARM CENTER

and Used Stores Baldwin Pianos &: Organ Budget Terms Available In games played Monday,,
WORK 2816 GUARANTEED St. Two Gainesville Guitars Gibson Goya ell W. Cntvenlty. OalnMvUla ?eb. 19, Starke Chrysler andthe PHONE 4964552LAKE
N. 16th
W. 7 W. University. Drums Ludwig Slingerland -I S7S.ISP ;cI Guard picked up their 5th
Gainesville, Florida Gainesville Mall Standard AmpUfl I BUTLER FLORIDATHURSDAY
Phone 372-8318 & Feuder wins of the season.The Guard ,
--T--4 trouble with pesky
ran into
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Rotarians Hear Deadline Hears For 7968 V Farm BureauTo

Roberts Zoning ProgramGeorge Explain Feed Grain Program Signup ; Meet Bradford TuesdayThe County Farm I

Grower are reminded thatMa.rch earned on'additional acreage 1'Bureau will meet at 7:30: p.m.
W. Roberts, chairmanof I 15 is the last day for which Is diverted up to a 'Tuesday, :March 3, in the new
a committee now working: filing applications to take total of percent of the base I Agriculture Center at the Fair
on a zoning:,, planning and part In the 1068 feed grain or 25 acres whichever Is lar-I grounds.
!building code for Bradford program. Leaton Morgan. Jr., ger. The acreage diversion rate I A. H. Harley Jr., president,
County was guest speaker at Chairman, Agriculture Stabilization for this voluntary diversionwill si>M the main topic of dlsi -
will (be the ''Proposed
the Rotary Club Wednesday. and; Conservation be 45 per cent of the total i 'cusslon
He described the great County Committee:points out price support' ( the[ local I new tobacco marketing program -
amount of work that is going that. only growers who sign mp county loan, rate plus the I which, if finally ap-
into preparation of a zoning and participate( In the program pricesupport(.payment] times ".oved In a grower referendum,
coda that will be fair to all will be eligible\ for price the farm's established\ ( yield. In I will limit the quantity of to- BARGAINS BY THE BAG FULL *
be taken to
of land in the county bacco that can
support and diversion payments the 1967 proyi-am, there was "
the speaker said, pointing out on 1968-crop corn. no payment lo to at-
will be madeto All members are urged
that protect an attempt the interests of agricultural In 1968 diversion payments! on "small farms" [with tend this important meeting;.,. Quantity Right Reserved Prices Good Thursday Through Saturday March 2
will be made available to al bases of 25 acre, or less] and I
as muchas '
operations participants In the feed grain on some larger 'farms whereno
to protect urban groups. 15 farms had been, signedup
program. Fo- the larger farms, feed) grains were planted.For ary
Comprehensive 1 land, Roberts use- no diversion payments will be small farms In 1968 .a under the 1968 feed gram I U. S. CHOICE 'BEEF
are being prepared diversion of
maps for the
said, which will assist in made on the diversion of the diversion paymetit will be program LEAN FRESH SAVE He LB
of the county's minimum. 20 per cent'of theFarm's available at 20 per '.cent of the 12.2 million acres for produc-I POT
orderly projection i CHUCK California
feed grain base acreage total support rate \aimes the tion of corn and grain sorg I
: future said growth.t.oberts the County but such payments may be farm yield for the first\ 20 per hum. The acreage signed of the up, STEAK ROAST ROASTS PORK SHOULDER ROAST
and at represents 49 per II
will appoint a'' cent acreage
seven-member. Zoning Board to the regular 45 per .'cent pay base acreage of 24.9 million Save 21c Lb. Save lie Lb. Save lie Lb.
Mrs. Minnie Looney ment rate on the remainingbase acres on all signed farms: base
the regulations
when administer seveni-memtoer finally' approved Board ;of and Ad-a Dies In AtlantaAt .: acreage use. diverted to> a conserving acreage represents. on 22 the per signed cent of farms the,! 58C LB- ggc LB. 68 LBSAVE Pic nics LBo 3 8e

justment to hear appeals. He Age Of 96 As to 1967, producers with base total. national coin- orghiun)
said that meetings would beheld base acreages up to 12S acres acreage. I lie LB. 2 TO S LBS.
in each of the county'sfour Mrs. Minnie Duffle Looney will have the option of temporarily -, BONELESS STEWING BEEF LB. 68c
zoning districts Hartip- :I 06, widow of the late George reducing this, base- -
ton (Lawtey, Brooker. and C. Looney, died Friday Feb. down to 25 .acres LEAN FRESH SAVE 40o
Starke before the commit- 16, In Atlanta Ca., where she and being eligible for the I GoOn11
tee's work is finally completed had made her home for many smallfarm provision provided LEAN FRESH SLICED SAVE lie LB GROUND BEEF 5 Lbs. $1.99
and public hearings will beheld years. that no corn Is planted for
as required by law, before Prof. Looney was an out- hanvest! on the farm and'' the QUARTER PORK( LOIN TENDER SLICED SAVE lOo
the code U adopted. standing educator and was Z5 acres are>diverted to a'/conserving -
The speaker was introducedby principal and taught In the use. FORi BEEF LIVER Lb. 39c
John 'A. 'Torode 'who had public school In Starke many; (Price support loan Itrvels
and also conducteda I LEAN, MKATY 8 TO 5 POUNDSlb.49c
charge of the program.MARKET years ago under the 1968 program will

ADVISORY the private organizer school and here.president He was of, be available to program participants -i Ch 68 SPARE RIBS -
at national averageof
The GROUP Advisory TO-Committee MEETJ I of the and also Georgia headed Military a military Academy col- Price-support$1.05 per payments bushel for will corn.be ops OR FIRST CUT SAVE lOc LB.
the Starke State Farmers lege at: Melrose at one time. 30 cents bushel for cl71'n.balled ,. -
:per "
Market will meet at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Looney was also a teacher ':' I
tonight (Thursday) In the new until her retirement. on the planted acreageup I
to one-half the farm base .nt d. j i
Agriculture Center at,the Fair- Among her survivors are
grounds. two ganddaughters, 'Mrs. W. H. times projected yield.If I MORKELL PRIDE PURE SAVE tOe LB. 6 OZ. GOOSE GIRL ASST. SAVE
Carl Prevatt, chairman, said Nollman of Starke and Mrs. the grower wishes he ; ; PORK ROLL SAUSAGE LB.39c
time he :
the main pupoae of the meet- W. F. Swlnyer of Los Gato. may request. -at the
signs up-an advance paymentof AZALEA ITRW 1 PORK COUNTRY STYLE 8AVK lOc LB.
Ing is to name replacements Calif Keystone Heights.
... for several members ''Whose Funeral services and Interment up to one-half of the esti- ia""N..M FRESH SAUSAGE LB. 59c MIXES 5 I
mated diversion payment to I id
terms have' expired. were held In Atlanta. .:; 'N''UNCI' (
be be made earned.on price-support Advances. will pay-not '.'A:' '" II FOOD FAIRCREAM SAVK: So
Good up-to-date life Insurance II CHEESE -- 3 Oz. Pkg. lOc
F.RJS. FEEDS ments. A good.choice of poll- _
protection. Griddle Cake Biscuit Pancake Corn
farmers ,
The urges cie! ;deslgned to fit your needs ox IIWIUADJo SAVE': lOc
who are Interested In taking octfy. (Like our Junior, Family. or i I Muffin Hush Puppies
F E E IiI Sow and Pig part in, this year's feed Executive Protector plans) And II i CHEESE LOAF 2 Lb. Loaf 59c ,

grain program to call at the IOS the same good deal as State . .. .. .
Pellets 2.48 ASCS county office as soon as seasons Rum auto to insurancel call your)Three State good Farm II . . FRESH: SAVE ioc
possible since there are only wgont now. Still another reason?>
Hog Finisher 2.18 11 working days before the Tha special tralnlnfl and export-,,' 11 FYNE TASTE BEG OR DRIP 1 UJ. BAG: FROZEN WHITING - Lb. 19c
March IS signup deadline, and ence that make him an outstanding
Cattle Pasture Supplement 4.55 signing Is a necessary first professional insurance man I SAVE 8c Lll.
I g.calhim\ now. Pig Feet Neck Bones Beef Tripe 15c
., step In program participationThrough I -
Complete( Line of Hog & Cattle FEEDS 41
: Wilson & Toomer FERTILIZER farms In the county Tiad been MUSTARD GREENS
Can lOc
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signed up under the 1968 feed _
Complete Line of Garden & Field Seeds grain program with Intended 117 )r1, Walnut Street ROSEUALE! ; SLICED OK HALVES Y. O.

Dixie 18 Corn $8.50 Fla. 200 $8.50 This diversion Includes of about the 20 1.220 per acres.cent pIlbNE 964-5391 or More Order PEACHES 29 Oz. Can 29c

diversion necessary to qualifyfor
STARLING FARM SUPPLY participation and the additional TALL BEAUTY: SKIMMED SAVE
-, acreage diverted tor. Ci alDDSaNGi EVAPORATED MILK lOc
316 E. Rrownlee St. Starke payment.
Nationally, through: Pebrn- fr .'%'NE TEVBLEACH

I Gallon 29c


TUNA - 5 Cans For $1.00

it LVKE3 Limit One With $5.00 Or More Order
WEST ales easy BEEF STEW _ 24 Oz. Can 39c




R I C E 29c
C1ALt -, "'-
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- For $1.00


cash & carry POTTED MEAT - Can lOc 2 HEADS

I I BUILDING!I .. .. FRENCH FRIES - 4 For $1.00

I l MATERIALS I I I Incomparable' quality. The new. concept for theaem..rma ASSORTED BANQUET FROZEN DINNERS - 3 For $1.00 L ettuce 29 C

modern bathroom.The cabinet with the tapered look. FROZEN FOOD FAIR
.1:1: :to N. Waldo H4*
I'honit .17H-4UM. Framed In bright stainless steel, hangs on the wallsurface
Jui-k.onvinr. 1.10 8. Udtiewood.Phomt ,.'{10'"*a.. WAFFLES 5 Oz. Pkg. lOc
.HMMO.17.1Jitck.onvlll as you would hong a picture. No recess k
.. 1113 Union St..
: .1-4M>7t necnslry.
Mill ml, !U M.K.18l.t St. 0:1-147 mirrors. flllde on polystyrene tracks. Light COLGATE "100" PAK
: .. Sliding!
IXH: H. or *m A -

...n.n.Phone Pho llMfTWITOrlnndo: ...,'.ail.S-llt.4'W-Hsa ISO: 100 IV.. H.'Mlrhl BloaM,... A.St.*... on witch low.'ront end Qroundable of HflhL convergence-: outlet are located Colgate;; ToothpasteWITH; 73 1 1I

Tumpa. S.10H N. 34Hh M., fli"-T1MV !
"'"I in llfu.h.. 41211: Okncho-.
bee ....... Phone BOJ-TS19. _
} Perfect For Re iilollpling'I I ELSEWHERE 49c FRESH

I l > Your: Old flail or Hszstezlj ASPIRIN 100's LIMIT 2 - 9cCOLGATE GREEN CABBAGE - LB. 6c

; In Your NetvICconolin Moue FRESH FLA.
ORANGESDozen 35c
I I IS I SHAVE Reg., Lime & Menthol 39c

l. U. S. NO. 1 BREAD -- 20 OZ. LOAF 19cBAKING (
POTATOES 10 Lb. Bag 59c
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ThreePiecelEnsemZaie SPRAY - 87c I

f tr' Shampoo 83cSECRET: REG. 79c VALUE

) ROLL-ON 68'
,.,: Steel Tub, Laialorj{ and Toilet Reg. 89e Value


1 $ 29C

''I 49c
x Re*. $1.15 Value

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