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: March 7, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Orders Drainage Well .

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Mixing '9 : a'd Sampson Lake

Bradford County's education system will lose all .. y A 12-inch well in Sampson t I
federal assistance unless further steps are taken to 19 t 17 Still OutTeacher Lake will be inspectedby

I eliminate what a U. S. 'Civil Right official calls its "dual the County Commissionnext

school system" by the 1968-69 school year. Tuesday March 12, to

Compliance status of the __ __'___ _________ see what can be done about
In Resignation regulating the flow of water -
Bradford School Board Is man H. A. Lawson observed.He .
jeopardy, after being okayed said It appears the only from the lake. .
last year, because it "has not thing left for the Board to do Howard Brown has requested .

completely eliminated the dual is use Anderson Junior High : Acceptance PostponedAcceptance along with, several other
school system as required by and RJE High, the only all- iijDlra. residents, that the 'well !be
the Civil Rights Act of 1964." Negro schools in the county capped and a spillway built
states a Feb. 8 letter to Supt. as elemenary schools and in the south end of the lake in

Tom Casey from Lloyd H. transfer all junior high and of 17 resig- Sampson Canal to control the

I Henderson, education branch high school students to Bradford Jewell Crawford and Mrs' KiitttItroiuhvay Including two of the signs shown above plus. nations of Bradford teachers ----T'\: : \;" lake level. Brown told the com-
lake Is
chief in the KEW's Office of Middle School and Bradford are shown with one of their two> $16 changed Into 'bills after the signs were still off the job In their y' -"jI,.',. iJ',ft fast mission drying Wednesday up and the that theforce
Civil Rights. (completely filled March of Dimes filled. It also Includes $26.60 collected '
the let. High School. ttlgiiH on third week of the Florida \ i' of the water going down
Supt. Casey released Supt. Casey said that if both worth $43.80. Coffee Day. Education Association call i. the well then 'toeing belched
ter to the public Tuesday t .
: board's Negro schools are completely The B IG Truck iStop perennially raises It proves Dimes Drive Chairman Jim ed walkout was postponed mysteriously back up with
during the local regular
monthly meeting. closed:! down it would mean tin mimt. Dime funds of anybody In the Temple. >i>l ways, .that truck drivers are most upon recommendation .Ijj... much force: Is a danger to
crowded conditions in the
remainder -
the should area and this year donations totalled $133.60, generous Tom swimmers
"I think public of the system. Supt. Casey, Tuesday The Commission voted 3-2
at least be Informed of this by the School Board.
: Chairman Lawson said hedoesn't against a motion by Board
step" Casey said. Meanwhile one of the "re b
Member Buck Norman to plug:
see how the Board can
The Board agreed with At Council Meeting signed" teachers said Brad
concrete. ,
afford to abandon RJE which the well with
Casey's; suggestion that Free- ford's 17 are "sitting: and wait
cost $370,000 to build and it was agreed after much discussion
dom-of-Choice forms for the ing" to see what Gov. Claude
that the
Anderson Junior High [at county
68-69 term, which are about Kirk will do with the educa-
will block
I ready to be mailed be sent to Lawtey], which cost around Electric Rate DuckedComparison tion-tax package he Is due to water department away from Monday the well witha

parents as planned The $300.000. Comparison sign today (Thursday, March dike of sand. Water around it
School Board has operated The Civil Rights official's 6)) or 'have It go into law with- Is only knee deep now.
under the freedom choice plan letter to Supt. Casey states, out 'Ms blessing. The Board will visit the site
for the past several years and In part: .of clot trie ratesof --Okayed the write off from -Set a meeting at 5 p.m. Ttie number of Bradford Tuesday at 5 to attemptto
has been ruled In compliance "After reviewing the Reportof the City of Sturke and Clay current ]lists of 11 utility ac- next Tuesday, March 12, to teachers still "realigned" dwind- determine the p.m. best course
Electric was discussed by the counts totaling $232 recommendation discuss several proposals for a
led from 22 to 17 during the
with the Civil Rights Acts until ) Anticipated:! Student andStaff of action to follow.
now, Casey said. Assignments for the City Counoll Tuesday night but of City Clerk pension plan for city employ pant week with five returning: Road Foreman R. E. Jones

"I have, in all honesty tried 1967-68 school year which no action taken.Councilman Merrill Edwards. ees. to their classrooms Monday. said the well Is capped now
Nell Tucker Agreed to replace t\fco Agreed to allow the CUBa
The teacher said the group Is
freedom-of- school six Inch
the submitted for
to uphold your system except a pressure
wanted to compare the rates corner markers on the ,prop Economic Agency to use a r portion ) now down to the "hard core."
choice plan as the 1964 Civil last spring, the Department but It was decided that Clay erty of Edward A. Hall, 805V. of the old Armory for a Supt. Casey's recommendation Pfc RoarkWounded pipe that was left open pur
Instructed us to ''fHEWl[ He said holes have developed -
Rights Act advised; that your posely.
you '
Electric had too many different \ Lafayette St. Hall, by letter Neighborhood Service Center to the School Board was '
do." Casey told the Board.' school: system appeared to be In the pipe 'beneathth
and that said the removed the i
rates a comparison city project. also to take no action on the of the lake and<
"The administrators, teachers making adequate progress for would be too much work markers when (widening a Councilman Neil Tucker reported resignations "until we fdnd out $ bottom
and students in All grades the current school year toward and not:4lljvl1Tely.velld: street and ttd"-not 'replace ( Wednesday that pouring what the Oovern&rTs-flows':" that is.whefe,4heyvater! $ ".la now

i kindergarten'through'i2;have the complete elimination of In a brief session In which of sidewalks on Washingtonand The superintendent said a special In Vietnam draining.
gone overboard In trying to Its dual system the biggest news was that them.Heard' Clerk Edwards reada Orange Streets near Bradford meeting of the Board There was also a question would ,,

make this thing I desegregation "We have recently reviewed nothing much happened the letter from Sen. Charley High School will begin could be called at any time U. S Marine Corps Pfc. Dennis whether the spillway

] work, bat the next step your system's Fall 1967 Reportof Council: Johns complimenting the city shortly. Tucker said the Joint for the specific purpose of act L. Roark, son of Mr. and work.Board :Members' Jerome

will be most difficult" he ad- Its student and staff assignments -Voted to send two sewer Utility Department for prompt city county, and school boa..dproject ing on the resignations. :Mrs. B. W. Roark of Hampton, Johns, Zedra. Hamilton, and
ded. and that while the plant employees to the University work in getting lights back on Js proceeding as plan- Casey mada the latter statement Is hospitalized In Japan after Chairman, Dave Shuford all
Under the freedom of choice report Indicates your system of Florida short course in "terrlible weather" last Sun ned. About a mile of sidewalk when Board Member being wounded In Quan Nam favored investigating the situation

plan parent of students are {Continued On Page Two] March 1823. day night. rContinl1Pd on Page T..ol Arthur Holllday asked If the Vietnam Peburary 29. before plugging the well
allowed to choose, by naming Board !would be within Its Roark was wounded in both permanently because it may '*e

several choices in order of rights in setting a deadline for legs while on patrol. He is needed for drainage during
.. preference which school their :t f. r' .- ", In Lake Butler. the resigned teachers to be hospitalized in Yoka. Japan wet periods. Johns favored

children will attend.At sL : 'back on the :job or have their His address is Pfc. Dennis L. placing a cap with a valve
present 29' per cent of "' err., L: ; resignations Acted on.) The Roark 2334308, Ward 5-3306, 01the well so the flow of

the Negro students in Brad. superintendent Indicated sucha U. S. Naval Hospital, Yoka; water can be controlled.
ford County attend predominately ( .. .; ,I'", 2 Killed/ 1 InjuredIn deadline could be set, but he FPO San Francisco, Calif. Brown, Commissioner Nor
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white schools Casey ) did not recommend it. Chastain
: .... I'' \ He Is expected to be returned man, and Jessie
1 told the Board, and 25 per "."If"",t ;. Board Chairman H. A. Lawson to the states in three stressed the danger ot,the pres-
cent of the instructional staff '. recommended that the months. ent situation with the well

has! been mover:!' to comply ,. -I; '" I 2-Car CollisionTwo Board remain In the background 'Roark enlisted in the Mar draining and belching the water
with the Civil Rights Act. and 'commended "the Foreman Jones
ine Corps In July last year and back up.
Casey said he doesn't know School Board and Supt. Casey was stationed in Vietnam agreed, relating an experience
what the next step in the desegregation persons were killed anda etta Holder, a rear seat pass- and all concerned. for ,being from Dec. 7 until he was he had when putting sand bagsin
process will be. "I third seriously Injured last enger In the girls' car, was quiet." wounded. the well. Jones said he was

don't know what will satisfy Friday night. March 1, In a only slightly Injured.All "The quieter the Board can sucked into the well while
the federal government; I two-car collision in Lake Butler four persons were takento be the 'better It will 'lie for the hanging over It, then forced

thought I did but now I at the intersection of SR- the University of Florida (Bradford) school' system after Homestead back up.
don't," the superintendent said 121 and Lake Street. Medical Center In Gainesville.Miss this situation ends," Lawson The welt was put down in
after the meeting. Dead are Jennie Lou Butler, Smith was suffering stated. He laid he received a Exemption 1952 to control the high water

The freedom of choice forms 16. one of three Clay County from multiple fractures phone call Saturday from a Deadline April 1 level in wet times from Starketo
now being prepared for mailing High School students traveling The Class B Group 5 Basketball man in Tallahassee, who Lawson Brooker.A .
turn to tournament, in which declined to name but said hearing was held on the
to parents may up to a basketball tournament Deadline to apply for home-
the next step In the desegregation be played Just a short distance Green Cove Springs and Lake knows about the situation recommended stead exemption for 1968 Is closing of a short road across

process. Casey said. from -where the wreck occurred Butler were to play, was can such a course of April 1, just three weeks away, the property of J. W. Bartley
The Board will wait on analysis 4 '. ;; _) Second person killed was celled, as a result of the accident action for the School Board. Tax Assessor Gene Long has who operates a chicken farmon
said after the meet east of
HolUday miles
of them too perhaps. I' Joseph Maxwell 34, Lake But and was rescheduled for vindictive warned. SR-18 several
give an indication of the next Tuesday night.MaxweU's ing that he does "not feel About 750 homeowners who Hampton. Hartley, reprPHented'by

step, he said.Federal :: ler.A second Clay student, Audrey 1965 Chevrolet toward anyone" and received the $5OOO: tax exemption < Attorney George Pierce,
.a he the teacher will return the road so
hopes close
funds coming to Dale Smith. 16. driver of struck the right side of the lust year still have not wanted to
chicken -
driven by Miss to their jobs. for 1968 the assessor he could< build additional
Chevrolet applied ,
Bradford County amount to the girls'! car. was seriously In- 1980 residents I-
between $50.000 and $60,000per Over Sixteen Pound Bass jured. A third student Lor- [Continued On Page Twol J I Continued. on Page Two! said. houses., led by Several hazel other Perry and

year at present."It his father Jeff Perry, protested -
looks like to me when Caught In Kingsley the closing. They claimedthe

you run out of freedom-of other grade to their property
choice you run into a dictat- Bonnie Zoitownkl not a near. record for Klngnley Lake School ? Is now Impassable in wet

orship," School Board Chalr- with this. 18'/i pound black buns. caught while trolling in deepwater | What Is A Middle weather and too narrow for

Monday. The largest bans' belle*ed to June been caught semi-trailers to make a turn

lit Kingsley wa a 20-pounder landed during. World War II .. _.. ___ to get to their. chicken farms.
school level. instruction, as planned. now. contended' the road
high Bartlett
l I" the other, and a design they think
Jacksonville fbthernuui. Note Thin
days by a Kditor'M
Inurn will provide them a. more efficient To educators the term "mid in tho new school: will bo freer through his property. Is usedveiy
Zoltowskl'i fish measured 30 Inches In length and first of a tttirlr'> of, article) than at
was the Intent avenue to the problema dle school" means much more and more demanding little and that other residents -
caught: on Bomber Bait In very deep water out from.. Strick! attempt to explain and; operation of each individual student. than simply a grouping of students the elementary level but less have access to their

land's Landing. Approximately; 100 bow above five pounds purpme.Mhool.) Teaching Inside the new although the proper regimented and without the reuniting property by the other road
AssociationMEETS have been caught on Bomber. Bait In Klngnley. during the of the middle : school will be as different In grouping Is a major premise ; academic pleasures of which adjoins! the east edgo of

pad two months. Zoltowskl ald that he and his fishing Moving forward with Supt. Its own way, as the design of for forming such a school. the high school. To that end, Bartlett's farm.
partner (Clarence Starling caught 55 pound of fcoHs from. Tom Casey's $2 million-plus the Interior of the 33.00O: To them it implies a school Principal Jockel intends, ultimately The Commission, under a
TUESDAY to team
the designed specifically for a to move a compromise agreement suggested
building program
school foot building which '
to and 1)0) square
Monday the three
Saturday pound during
pant and
situation a non- Hamilton -
teaching Commissioner
last these adolescent
Instruction smooth transition for by
Board of Public have no walls as people normally .
March 12 week week let the contract for a think of room dividers. Instead years after. elementary graded school. This contrast was tf) Inspect the site
The big fish will be entered In Field And Htreiim'M' content $415,900 Bradford Middle It will have partitions, school and before senior high.It sharply with the traditional Wednesday. afternoon.
At 7:30() P.M. as well an a .state.
play irt Strickland's. Znltouxkl said<1 he played tho fish for. "Middle school" to most par- can bo arranged in small units) the children of elementary although academic standards B.vrtlett to deed the couuty
Town House Restaurant 20 to 30 minutes before landing It. ants would probably be Just another five feet square to larger areas. age and students of high Jockel emphasizes!; wont be enough right-of-way on the
thrown out tho window. second< road to build It up
word for a Junior high where at> many as a hundred school age.
LAKE BUTLER school. But to those educators students at ono time can heara It also means an education- A middle school educators t enough to make It passalble.
behind tho Idea, namely Principal lecture. ally designed program to meet emphasize, must also be' flex- Perry said it was agreeablefor
One Wreck Leads To Another Richard Jockel and Supt. One implication of the term the special needs social and ible so the program might be Bartlett to close his road

I Casey, the term means much "middle school" does !hold true psychological problems as well changed from year-to-year as under that condition.
An. 18-year-old Gainesville lead truck put on brakes sud more. If their plans materialize it la a school for children as the traditional academic education moves to better meet Chairman Shuford appointed
This Space Contributed student, Donald William Cow- denly. No charges were placedin and the new building duo from pre-adolescent to mid-ad ones, of each individual stu students' needs.> That Is another Commissioners Hamilton, Norman -
Weekly to Publicize art, was Injured Monday, either wreck according to for completion this summer is olescent age. In Bradford's dent. reason the new< school, to be and Chastain to Inspectthe

Community Events by March 4. near Keystone the Florida Highway Patrol the first biff step, the new case that means grades 6, 7, Progressive educators have constructed on the Old Conway roads Wednesday after
when his car turned station here.Cowart school could have far reaching, Airport. site adjacent to
Heights and 8 though In other middle long placed great emphasis on Vocational noon.At
Bradford-Union the same time they wire
The CommunityState over ,and the scene caused a ran off SR-21 half effect on future Bradford schools across. the United the development of the Individual new
Is to embody to a road near Ther-
Technical Center, inspect
of early adolescent
second wreck an hour later. mile south of Keystone while County students States it may mean any combination child. Separating this spec
Casey that William Cannon lias
Bank Cowart was taken to Alachua going around a curve at approximately age.Educators. of grades 5-9. But ial age group on a site away movable partitions. Supt. sea
what the future requested be closed.In .
Accounts now insuredup General Hospital and released 85: mph. The car see a vehicle here, the sixth grade will be from both elementary and high not knowing
the building can action) the Board:
hold other
Wednesday.Two was a total loss with damages which will provide a smooth drawn from the elementary school influences will allow the may says
to $15,000 by
be used to educate students --Set its April 3 meeting'asthe
dump trucks approachIng estimated at $1,200. transition from elementary age schools and the ninth grade, students to devlop as Individu
Federal Deposit Insurance the of COwart's James Quarterman 48 driverof to school, which combines from elementary grades ck date to designate this I
scene ( high traditionally a Junior high als, at thlr own rate, and intheir
Corp. wrecked 1963 Mustang crash- the lead dump truck, stop- grades more suited to each grade, will 'be elevated to the own way they feel. from elementary college. grades) (Continued on Page Two I Iw
t'(l Into each other When the Continued On Page Two] through junior


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',. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck Ml's. Bertha Everly 0: Penney about 45 mph could not atop I Union County

ld/a and ch1ldren of East Palatka Farms has been adm1tte4 Well FearedDrying In time or go around the first Free Chest X-Rays 'Will Start
spent the weekend with her to the Starke Nursing Home. truck. Board Accepts ;

VV( m. mother Mrs. Morgan RIcharde. Mr. and Mrllo. RUssell Norman Neither driver wu injured' 20 Resignations

I If, :. 'i f' ; '\ : were III Chattanooga, Ten.n. on Sampson but damage to the rear of the In County On March 26th
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bon- buslneHs from Friday to Sun- first truck was estimated at Thc Union County School'
'''''' ;1: : \\tH ,\ ,{ ner of Fort Myers were Mon- day. $200 and to the front at theser I Board accepted without preju.i,
:! GLADYS MOCYi'Y Archie Green of Chicago, DI. fld truck at $2,1100.
day overnight guests of Mr. to Continued From Page One] I A mass search for tl.lbercu.'loll1s of Health and the Bradford dice' the resignation. of 20'
Phone 964-1608 and Mrs. H. C lUtch.'Sgt. spent: Friday Wednesday !. and other chest' disorders County Health Department, i Is teachers in a special meeting'
t : and Mrs. John Miller I with his mother, Mrs. L. J. county'. community action Is scheduled to start In Bradford one of utmost importance regarding pn.dav 'afternoon. .
and Children, Kevin and Mary Green, and attended the funeral agency under( the federal poverty Council Ducks
health. The boare! announced, how.1
: County on March 26. public
JIr.. w 'IL Hart wts ,
Among those from out of of hIs grandmother, Mrs. P. M. or
the Office of
1hC, In Jacksonville and I town attending funeral services Anne arrived Thursday from Barefoot on. Monday. Economlo The Tuberculosis' and feepiratory During 1961. more than 1,110O ever, that) It will consider the!
...,.. Park on Sunday.'Mtmbers Holloman AFB New Mexico and Mrs. Her ert Thomas Opportunity. CUBB Disease Association of new active cases of tubercUlosis re-employment of any teacher'
Monday for Mrs. p. M. Mr4 Is presently the for the
to spend month at the agency Florida.
a Rate Comparison Northeast Florida announces were reported In who returns on an Individu''basis
of Mr.s. Joan attended HOliday on Ice at the
,Barefoot were: Mrs. Buryl county. ,
Beckett apartments In Kings- that a. motblle X-Ray unit from More than 100 new cases have accordIng to vacanclu
tn. .enJor girls Sunday Race Grand Rapids, Mich.: Lake and visit their JacksonvllleCol1seum: on Sat- -Retuaed to recognize JanuarY 1, exist at the
ley par- the Florida 'State Board of been reported since which may tisn ,
vlUi: Of the First Mr. and Mrs. Charles PelaezJr. ents Mr. L. Matthews urday. c1/llms/ for damages to a feed One] also decided to :
and Mrs E. Yerkea [Continued F1om: Page Health will conduct the mass 1968. It WIIS meet
Ch\I1"ch attended HolidaY .. N. Mr. and Rev. Fred of Jacksonville truck which fell Water -
Ashevme. C. through
: or !
and, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. survey starting Tuesday, "The chest X-Ray Is one. ando approve individual 'ssu
I.ce. at the Jacksonville Mrs. Raymond was 0. Sunday dinner Ouk Creek Bridge on the w-U!: 'be poured on Orange,
Merriman. Miller. At end of Sgt. March 26 and of detecting re-einpIuyv'sent, !
the concluding on the best me'll1s prior to as the
Hes .Da -SaturdaY.: Follo guest of MI' and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford Road. Washington, and Colley Road
Chattanooga Tenn. Mrs. R.J. '
: I IGranted lIald. 'These arlsell.
MIller's leave he will go to Thursday, April 4. TH, Dr. Stephens situation I
Fe ho Vf'the girls were Newton,. Baldwin; Mrs. Grider. -- a request for So. Ht a total cost of $6.oo( Levels Important .
Viet Nam for further The mobile X-Ray unit will are most the board
a year's surveys lAst week set
and Mrs. L F. Smith Jr. a
to SUpper at the Plsza cia! Security representatives to have been run on Wasblnston11M
Walter McTurk Palatka: Mr. will operate In various locations tn and help keep the disease Thursday
duty and be assigned a.'Ja .can deadline of for
the weekend the
UIIlstlna Mrs. of Paxton spent move from the second to the Sts. and necessary
: Chitty was and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Jr.. st. Orange in a
UHJFhel1copter. the county during the 10 day from becoming rampant to return to
flight engIneer on a Mr. and Mrs. 26 teachers theirjabs.
with their parents
first floor of the old jlJll.! Many from all property
'rlJYn ;2oberts.Mr. signatures
;: Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph period and provide free X-Rays community." returned to work
Mrs. Lucile Six
Sr. and -
"- Smith persons are unable to climb the there have been ob.talnet -
ana Mrs. J. W. Lucas. Clearwater: Mr. Mrs. A. Russell Norman, owners for adults over 18 years of age. FolloW'-up procedures for the the deadline. I
D'Lvls.' stairs to the floor It said.
second Tucker
8arke atd Mr. and and Mrs. Conrad nenhorst. State Publications and Publi- George Seeley has been Dr. H. L. Stephens, prl- diagnosed and suspicious TB
Cpl. claimed.
i10Yd Ritch of Lakeland: Ml'S. H. F. Darby city chairman of Delta Kappa from the service was dent at the area TB associa- X-rays will be carried out by Adjustable Vinyl: Booj'overs. I II
discharged -Was asked Clerk
.llc.were Saturday night Lake City; l\frs. John Surren- Gamma Society, attended the after spending one year in. Charles Darby' to submit'by a list No Action tion, said that the program, the Bradford County Health I All sizes 10 cents ea.1i

tubta of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Gainesville; Mrs. Uorace I, District FIve meeting and Vietnam and one year at Fort of poll workers by April so sponsored jointly by the Tn association Departme.nt. i d. The Telegrsnh
ford Ritch in Galnesv1l1e."c Cox Waldo: and the following Beach Florida State Board I ,
luncheon at the Palm Va.Comang
Story, they can be advertised for the
;'; Friends will rearet to from Jacksonville! : Mrs. Walter Towers Hotel In West Palm event of Starke May primaries.
of the death of Miss Gammel, Jr.. Thomas M. Beach on Saturday. Shrine Club Annual Chicken -Agreed to pay the Suwan- On Resignations INCOME TAX i

,.T Oair XJckllter a former R1U. Leonard A. CUrtis. Miss Local admittances to Brad- Dlnnf"r. nee River' Development Autl10rlty -
dent of starke 1i1 Newnan, Joann Rudder, Mrs. Alice Stephenson ford County Hospital this Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. $500 dues for 1968, half Farmers Must Apply H They Want SERWCE ;

,=--t Saturday: She Is Mrs. Helen H. Dun- week Include: Mrs. Julia Bry- Caldwell Tuesday night and the amount the county paid last [Continued From Page One)

by a. lister, Mrs. Hazel 30)I ham, Mrs. A. S.'Bonzalez, Mr. an, Vasco V. Iazen James Wednesday were Mrs Esma year, upon recommendation of tlons were turned In three weeks
:f'ICu. rao of N"wnan.I and Mrs. L. A. Johns Jr., Dyal Mrs. 'Thelma Padgett. Tongue rind MJ'B. Thelma Dean Commissioner Hamilton. The Since the teacher reslgna- Lower Agricultural Assessments !, SEE :
Mrs. Paul Collier Mrs. 13ernlceOpperman Fairfield. Sgt. Mark Mack Authorl.
Mrs Helen Prevatt. Connie of commissioner said the ago the local teacher organ I- ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Benton Wayne Adams Mrs. Willie of the Highway Patrol, Lake ty Is going place signs zation tJle Bradford Educa.tlon .
I 'iJiS I Fowler. Mrs. Rose Knight. Mae Bl'Yllon. Mrs. Ruth Lee. City, and J. C. Wallace of Keystone I made by the state on. all county Association, bas !been Tax Assessor Gene Long tlon," Long .ald. \ Town finance :

SOUTJlSIDE! and Mallie Surrency.Mrs. Gary Phll11P6. Mrs. Louise Heights were Sunday vis- 'boat ramps and sponsor the shaken up by six resignations called attention this week to The/ ag-rlcultural zoning com. ,
:i i CIJU; JI OFTvites CII N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis Oriffis Mrs. Lizzie 'Thornton, Itors. annual 'barge race down Su- from It by educators still on art opinion from Attorney General JTJIlsaloJwill meet some time : COMPANY
Ind. I Is visiting her John Wilkinson Romle craw- Mrs. Betty crawford and sons wannee River ''by the Boy tile job. Submitting resignations Earl Faircloth to tile Ala- after April 1 to review the apepllcatlons. 226 N. Temple Ave.

: YOU mother. Mrs. W. S. Sfade, for ford and James Gentry, all of attendcd Holiday on Ice at the Scouts.Recclved from the organization: chua !County Commission stat- I Loans Up To $600 I
I f several days. Starke: John Dekle, Mrs. Jacksonville ColiSeum on Sat- copies of the pro. were President Richard Jackal lag that property owners desiring ,
To Rear Bob St. Peter of Oalnesvlllewas' Wynn. Jessie Williams urday. posed phone system for the new principal of Bradford Middle an agricultural tax assessment IIt
I Aitha
:.u. And Mrs. Byron. Jesse this year must file I
Saturday luncheon courthouse for stUdy. President-Elect
( a and David Lee of Lake Butler; cO'b'and'da Atlanta, School: returns. bv ADrll 1.
i THE GOSPEL I guest of Tom Smith. Mrs. Alma Frost and Mrs -A-pproved a five day trip Moore, principal of Anderson ,
OF Don't forget Shrine Club An- Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and $125 in per diem expenses Junior High at Lawtey: Sec. Long said considerable confusion i .
f I Ruth shockey Keystone last week. has arisen as a result
Newcomb Director
anal Chicken Ulnner Watch for O. S. for !CIvil Defense retary Dorothea Richardson,
I ,. Heights: Mrs. Nettle Starling Mr. and Mrs. Barney. McRal Frank Wlll1ams to attend the RJE teacher; and Board Mem- of the new agricultural zoning I
::8:30 Sunday date.Mr. and Mrs. Joy Norman of Law- with Mr. which I
and MreDewey Warren pent the weekend U.S. Civil Defense Council In hers Annie Anderson Lnwtey law under property
I tey; Joseph Moore and Mrs. Al Harley at Merritt March 172. owners must file annual returns 9wi
: WPXE Radio DlaJ of Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. Washington, D. C. Junior High: Mary Batzeman,
Elsie Mumma of Melrose: and Mrs. Glen in order to benefit from'
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Island and Mr. ). BHS ,and Jane Trwwlck, BHS. '
Worship Service S. Sapp, on Sunday. Franklin Archer of Hawthorne Conner In Orlando.Mr. -Toyed with 'bids for an Th resignations have not the lower agricultural assess-
: and Mrs. Esther Thomas and Mrs H. A Lawson Inspection facility but the organization ments. I
I Sday 11:00: A.M.r Mrs. Mark Moody of Green auto been accepted by
of Macc1enny. Mr. and Mrs. to The returns are subject to approval -
Cove Springs, who has re-,. had as guests took no action, preferring after two board meetIngs -
; DIm; ; Study centy been dlsmls"ed from the Mr. an.j: Mrs. Sanford Ritch v. 1\1. Moral' and children of view equipment already set up with another scheduled ''by the cQunty agrlcu! i
of Gainesville were Friday Panama City over the weekend, other counties before purchasing week. The BJA\ apparently tural zoning commission, which
I 'a AlU. and 7 P.l\I. Bradford County Hospital. Is this
r pendlmf some time at the night dinner guests of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan any equipment. Is In a disorganized state at is made up of county commissioners -' THE NEW \WONDERFUL -
r Lake City on as voting members; I
,3 MI. South )nUS W. Mrs. J. W. Ritch. I, and children of presen t,
home of her ,sister, Mrs.
I with the county agentnd
I Mr. and lI.fr" L. H. Gibson Sunday. together
H. Hart. and daughter, Gloria, Mrs. Kathy G1I11ngham of Jacksonville HEW' Orders '\ tax: aSJeS/'lor/' aa non.voting OF COLOR
Drive \WORLD
I Joan Chitty, Miss Elisa Reklla spent last Wednesday Cancer membera. .
and Miss Marilyn Bolllniler to Saturday with her grand- According to the Attorney

were' If\le..ts. of Dr .and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Starts April 1 Oeneral's ruling, If an appUflation. -
i More
I' Glad To Be Back R.obPrt Carson of Gainesville Sale. Integration Is not flied before April

Wednesday tended the University evening and sym-at- Mrs, Hal June, Cindy Edwards and and Susan children of- The Bradford County to Cancer launc.hIts commission 1, then the agricultural has no choice zoning'bul New Spring and Summer Lines
-- ---- Continued From One] Society Is preparing
1 [ Page
and Terry to classify the land as non-
Lake .
E I nhonv orrhf'stra Concert at Kingsley guests of 1968 educatiOnal and fundraising agricultural, subject to a higher -
I dinner
JnCnd d the University Auditorium.Mr. Yawn were Caldwell made the progress anticipated'. crusade on April 1.
O. 8.3sessment.
: I II an.j: Mrs. A. S. Harrison Mr. and 1\lrs night.J. It has not completely eUmlns.ted According to Buford l\Utch. In his opinion, Faircloth 4 to ARROWs
Bailey visited last Friday the dual school system as of the Bradford
and Mrs. Lynton Ovid Bennett ell, president the state law which
i Country ; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Finn in and Mr.children and Mrs.of Jacksonville required by the Civil Rights County unit, the '68 Crusade quoted reads: "No land shall be zoned :. VAN HEUSEN

_____ Jarksonvme on Sunday. visited 1\11'5. F. J. Shaw and Act of 1964."Under will focus attention on, cancer'sseven : as agricultural land unless a
Mrs. Effie Johns had u vieitors these circumstances warning sIgnals, and tb" :to
I With Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw on return Is made as required bl-: CREIGHTON
SundaY' F. W. Webb of It Is your responsibility to fact that too may people< are law."

Hawthorne and Mrs. Gertrude Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs. Brad Locke and prepare and submit an ade- not familiar with just which Long said that forms for tilIng With Easy Care Trousers
L: Good People UndSl'V of High SprlnRs. family of Tampa were visiting quate plan to completely elimInate -' early sl i g n s could indicatedanger. the agricultural land assessment -

__ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- mother, ::1\rs. Sheme Gerle, the dual school system application hUll beers
elli had as Sunday If\lests Mr. her tea weelcend. by the opening of the 1968-69 While the plllblic Is alowlyI mailed by his office to all To Match .0. by F RAH
Who over the
J .-' -, i and Mrs. Al Stefanelli of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. HaddoCk school year unless there are acquiring knowledge of owners of such lands who were
I Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. nnd son, Brace, visited Mrs. C. administrative reasons why It I signals, surveys shdoN' that too of not already recel"'lng home-
; SellGood ROb"rt Stefanelli of Gaines- C. Teston In JClngsland Ga.. on cannot be acCOmlished; until many cannot name stead exemption or paying t .
The basic, yet simple.warning Tapered. .
yule an4 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sunday.'SF14 l969-0." them. the some type of personal property I '
Stefane1l1 of Ocala, and their James Blackshear. who The officIals also included signals mean tax. The assessor said, how-I I
children.Mr. s stationed In Vietnam, spent In the letter notification "of presence of cancer and In serve ever that anyone not receiving! Traditional .
fCars aid earlydiagnosis
I \ ad :\\trs. Earl! G'Idbee and a short leave In Sidney, Anstralia -I the probable noncompliance of as an alert when to cancer Is .In its a 'blan.k and who Is elIgible for I
uphter; of Jacksonvl11e. and last week. school system with the' the agricultural assessment I Truly
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney Mr. and 1111's. R. A. Green your requirements under Title VI'' earliest and most curable should contact his office for I -i;. t

I : Walt: r e of Oainesvllle were weekend and family of Eustis were visiting (tot the 1964 ClvU RIghts Act], stage," Mr. Mitchell, warning said.signals the necessary form. II )' Terriffic

: visitors of Mrs. Carolyn Red- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. &n.1'.; of our Intentions to initiate The seven Unusual bleeding or "The. form should definitely. .._;e
Toall'my: friends In Starke, Br dfortr.nd( Union grAVe. R. It. Hutcblngs, over the administrative proceedings are; 1 2 A lump of be flied for your own protecciety
'Counties I would like for William G e 0 r g e, Frank weekend.Mr. discharge.
you to' come out and for the termination of your thickening In the breast or
see.our Setedion of NEW AND USED CARS AND Mitchell and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Ralph Collins school system's Federal financial elsewhere. 3 A sore that
Hardy took the First Baptist and daughters of Pelham, Ga. I next week. The 1968 Cru-
TRUCKS. If apPl'oprlatesteps
assistance In
I Junior Choir plus Don and were visiting 1111's. J. R. Kite does not heal. 4 Change sade will bear the slogan, "It
not taken to correct :I
hablta. -
are bowel !bladder
Carol Hardy, Debra Prevatt, over the weekend arid they all or makes sense to know the seven -
BALDWIN Kim Bartlett and Katherine attended the Holiday on Iceshow the situation. Hoarseness or cough. 6 In- warning signals of cancer.
action be in- BlW'al.lawlng. -
"Should such In
Peek to Palntka on Saturday t the Coliseum Satur- digestion or difficulty And It makes sense to give to I
Itiated and an order of termInation 7 Any change in a "
to attend the Music Festival day night. the American Cancer Society'
CHEVROLET-OLDS At the First Baptist Church Mrs. Ida Latham of Salt issued the order would wart or mole.

f While In. Pa1atka Mrs. Hardy Lake City Utah Is visiting! her take effect 30 days after a _Should any of these signals

,3O1NORTH' PHONE. 96475OO, vl..lted her mother, l\lrs. G. E.I .I sister, 1\I1'S.\ T. D. Dyal for several report Is made to congress- last longer than two weeks, The Starke-Braford:! County -
: '
0 : ; Ional committees of the Mitchell early I
MoGauley.II weeks. :\11' urges an Chamber of Commerce Is
-- I Oliver Steed and Chester administrative. proceedIngs visit to a medical doctor. Only composed of 200 busIness and'

Hiatt of Portland Ind. were which may be during the he can tell If cancer Is present, proXes.ionat leaders dedicated

I last Thursday visitors of Mr. 1968-69 school year." the chairman said. tn t".. future of Bradford! .
and Mrs. George W. Brown. Plans for the all-out April County. -- --r: :

The Browns son, Rex Brown Crusade, and announcement ,1
01' Miami was home from Wed- Two Killed 01' Its County Drive chairman i\ Cluslftea "" a m else, TEfl. L,

nesday to Sunday.Mr. wIll be made by the local So- ()ORAl' brlnp rewuite.ii it
II and Mra. Charles Mc-

'.: I Qualg and famIly of Waycross, Accident
Ga. were visiting Mr. and 1011's.
Mac Williams on Sunday
I tarke Shrine Club Annual (Continued From Pav" One 1 \\1 .

I Chicken Inner to be held lIoon. II f
Smith It crossed SR-121 /
Watch for ,late.I as on1''I .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Lake Street. The girls were I ,
I II I I Cocoa Beach and De'\jble' Coco- traveling south on Lake st.,I ,
I Ii mice of St. Joseph's Academy, toward the gym and were go-I:

i "tI St. Augustine, spent the weekend big approximately five mph ,i
T with Mrll. Loyree Coco- as they crossed SR-U1, accordIng -i
I miss.Jayne. to the report of Flor-
Hardy of Tift College Ua Highway Patrolman P. w.' : _

and Janet Hardy and Gene Carter. ; :
''Ivey Jr. of tile University of MaxweU's speed was estimated I'
I _
._ ,
I .L-j: ( : c''T" I Georgia spent Thursday to Sun- at 10 mph, the Pl On '

At1 Hardy.thy with lIfr.. and Mrs. J. E. flied report In stated.the accident.No charges were We Are Authorized
I II I :Mr. and 1.frs M. H. Shep- The alrls' car came to rest

j ? par
/ SUldav Overnight guests of :Mr.Ind point of impact which was 10: _
: I /, l\lrs.\ J. E, } ady. They feet south of the center of,

I r.. b7Av' giso visIted 1.1r. and 1Ifr".. ::1.1 5R-121 and 8 feet west of the I IN STARKE
O. City In A11I.Chua General center of Lake Street. Max-I

I i-6aV I :RQspJtal. They brought borne weU's car came to rest on the What Place Could Be Safer To A Complete New Line For Boys And
'oJr. Gay who was discharged curb 103 feet from the point
on Sun4ay. of Impact, Carter's report I Keep Valuables Than A Bank? Men \Vith .Bootmaster, The Top Of

I I stated. I Our Bank The Line Also Saddle Oxfords.

TilE BRADFORDCOUNTY axwel1, was the brother-in-I

TELEGRAPh law of James George, star of At our bank there is a safety deposit box ina

: Because: It saves time and trouble: Published every Thursday the Union County team. The size to fit your needs. Rest assured that your'valuables Just Arrived Shipment Of
accident occurred about 7 p.1
-= Open your account 'and see how at 138 W.. Cau $t., m. about an hour before the are completely ,safe when you leave them
I -:. StarKe: J'1a. 82091 game wu to start I In our modern vaulLWe

!' it is SAVE'BY MAIL. have many other services, too. Services
to Second class
easy postage paid TROUSERS '
: to suit you and your whole family. Consult us BY
at Starke, J'la. !
..sUbeCr1)ltiCJJ Rat..: Two Wrecks soon on all your banking needs.

111 trade arM: ".00 per In' Same Spot HOME OWNED hOME: OPERATED I
I ytlaJ'; $2.215 alx umthe,

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I per year: U.O!! I six mOl1t2'3- I From 2-Year-Olds Thru 48 Waist
pad -
suddenly on the road be.

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p1Ml ., Around Cowart.s 1Ilustang. The IN
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MARCil 7. 1M 1IIRSDAY t R\nJl'ORO_ ('01TNTV_____ TEI.F.m.\rn..' RTARK_. Ir1.l/ltil/A _.... (II'Uen Itne. -:- ...,e..The.

Bridal Shower Woman's Club Little Women OES To Install Bradford County's future to

For Mrs. Moody, I To Meet March 13S Plan Fashion Show The Eastern Star Chapter Bradford the business:! County of each, the citiZen Chamber ot

Recent Bride at The Little Womt'n's Club will hold an open installation of Commerce aays.
L. Peek Jr president
Friday at 8 p. m In the Ma-
I the Florida Bank at Starke, will hold a Spring fashion
sonic Hall
-- The Long Brldge Church was I will share his trip to Norway show at the club house, Tuesday TilE RIGHT PO/NT.to1r the
the setting for a. bridal shower March 12. nt 7:30: ,
last members pm
i. 1 summer with SOCIAL; SECURITY; way you write.,. Comello:
GLADYS MOiOTYi Thursday evening, Feb. 22, Instead ot their usual second .
and StarkeWoman's .
guests of the RF-PitESFNT!! : ,\ \ IIEItE and select your "orltto.iIS.TF.RSUOOK
i Phone 9G4-7' honoring Mrs. Percy (Sonny) 1 Club at their meet- Monday ot the month. meet. lou'tala ...
Moody, the former Miss JudJ lng A representative! of the Gainesville -
Ing next Wednesday : .
:: :f
a recent 'bride. at 3:30.: Modeling the latest spring Social Security Office.i8
Games were played during The Is under the fashions furnished( by Eagles at the old agricultural building -. --
1 the party hours under the dl- 1 program and LeIl '!J will ibe Cindy (next to the courthouse) .. -----..9
committee -
direction c1t1b's
recUon of Mrs, Elbert Nettles, International Affairs 8trkkland, Nancy Struth, Don each Monday and Friday at SERVICE SCUEDULIST. ;
: and prizes wer awarded to; on na Plltrny, and' Sandra Rrgllttel" 9:30: nm Persons who desire EDWARD'S
with Mrs, James Bloodworth --
Mrs, Bob Caddell Mrs Chester Evelyn Slnair) will serve' Lo make application for social .
and Mrs, L, J. Crews, chairman Starke .:i
Moody i 4 8S emcee.Memoers security account: numbers, or
The prizes were In turn presented Hostesses for the meeting and guests are Invited got any other social security Sunday Ma.u.P'15: ; a. Ijs
to the bride-elect. will be: Mrs A, G Loudon to attend this open meeting Information ore Invited to seethe Thursday Mass.6:30: : p_.- r.
The party table was covered chairman, Mrs, V. A, Nichols, r representative at the time MIraculous Medal"' l".oxena:
with a lace cloth over green I w.l I M's., M. R. Judd Mrs, D. L. HOHtl'RSPII for the evening of his visit Saturday 7 p, m.
I SUcox, Mrs. Hazel Rltch MI's. bo Moore rid 1 Elisabeth : i Confesions: 5 p. m. a44 7p.m
., or and centered by a green flower -I K will Sally ( < ,.1.ST. ;,
arrangement, balanced on Robbie Shaller, Mrs AbncePrandl ThUl'nton. Much 24-30 1963. is Cham- ;
: either side with green tapers I ,.. J 114 Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. ber of Commerce Week, the -- WLLLTA.M'SCHUR f1.
s : In silver holders, A silver cof- ...........: '.. ." T B, Hardlnl, Mrs E, K. Per- Garden Club fifth annual observance sponsored Keystone Heights
.... m.O2
e. .. fee service was at one end of &4f'r t'L A' .e JIo \ .. ) ryman, Mrs, Edward Wain- by local Chambers of sunday Mass: 9a,

the table: and a crystal punch '. : I.''') wright and MI's. D P. Hardy, The Starke Garden Club Commerce and the American Wednesday' : Mass. ,!, and t.No-
bowl at the other end. Crystal versa 7 p. m.
will of Executives
have a corsage workshop Chamber Commerce '
white dishes cakes held decorated nuts mints in and 4', ... Shower Given Monday March 11. at 7:30: p -ST. MARY'S. .:r:CHtJROH.MaccIeM13' :1 t: .

rL \ and green. pink For Alma Akridge I m. at the home of Mrs. A Sunday Masa: 11:30 a..1'i1.
Russell Nbrman A classified ad In the Telegraph ._ d
Hostesses for the occasion 'IV .-.r'.. brings results :
{"" Miss Alma Akridge whose t.
were Mrs Lewis Black Mrs r
Sel.'ber Moody, Mrs J. T. Par- .: .. ':j;.. marriage to Merle Packham -
rish, Mrs. Art Schultz and Mrs. will be on event of April 6. I
Eibert Nettles, who presented Mr And Mrs. Albert Hartmann was honored at a lingerie)!
I the honoree with a steam Iron shower Tuesday night given I 1
as a memento of the occasion. Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary- by Miss Ramona Harrell MIss Delightful Dining .
Eighty guests were Invited Dottie Sue Kelley Mrs Gene:
to attend, Including: Mrs. Jeanette A Concelebrated Mass was tered with crystal punchbowls Puss, and Miss Lee Darby at
Alkire mother of the offered! t among the Priests in encircled with Ivy and I the home of the latter I Whether it's the smart business man or I

f honoree Mrs Faireioth grand- Thanksgiving to the Lord In interspersed with yellow rosebuds names with prizes and refreshments I woman rendezvous for two or the whole family i
honoring M.!', and' Mrs Albert Presiding at the champagne t
I mother of the honoree, and were enjoyed dur-i' You'll find our restaurant tops for nil G
1 1queline Hartmann on their 50th Wedding punch table were Mrs] the hours -'
to I Mrs Eunice Moody, mother of In" party 7:30: to. occasions ---
at 5 m 0, W Richards I
the groom I Anniversary p and Mrs' 9:30.: I :
Sunday in St Edward's Cath- Richard Richards, and pouring: Centering the gift table waR
olic Church Offering the Con- punch at the other table were an arrangement of yellowsroses. 1 s
St. Mark's Women
+ celebrated Sacrifice of the !\f1'S\ Francis Meng and Mrs The hostesses presented Try Our Delicious Buffet I
were: Rev, Father Olivo Paul Meng, i
Hines, Robert A. Smith Mrs Herbert Thomas will be mass the honoree with a.. negligee
Compano, Rev. Father Diego Mrs Victor 0lngr8S, ,
hostess at the meeting of Mrs 80S a. memento of the occasion i
fhange Vows Saturday Evening The Women of St, Mal'k's Conesa Rev. Father Joseph Frances Wager. and Mrs Ran- Among the 20( guests were SERVED DAILY 1 2
Fitzgibbon and the pastor of dall Chism presided at the Mrs, H, E. Akl'ldge, mother of I.
's Episcopal Church on Monday.
Jacqueline Hines by brass pedestal baskets holding St. Edwards, Rev Father Ed- gUt table, Mrs Leo I
Champion the honoree and Mrs, M L, Lunch Buffet Dinner
rhter of Mr, and'' Mrs, white gladioli mums and March 11. at 7:30: p m, In the Buffet
ward KirbY and Paula ,
$II Hines of 01'aham. and Ivy At either side of the altar Parish House, Mrs, Edward The youth choir from Green kept Champion the guest granddaughter book.- Packham groom-elect, mother of the I 11:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. GOO: p.m. to 9:0Q: p.m
'"'t Andrew Smith son of were two taU nlne-bl'anch Burns will present the program. -
Cove Springs Sacred Heart The reception was given by 1 :
and M1'S. Elmer Smith of brass candelabra with burning !: itL5 i
Catholic Church sang during members of St Edwards
&usen N y were united In white tapers, against a back- DarbY and Mary Sue Thomas, the sel'Vlce. Church under the chairmanship : Beta Sigma Phi )I S: Two )lot

rage on Satu1'day Feb ground of palms. The family They were dressed alike In After the Mass a reception of :Mrs.: Robbie Sheller' Beta Entrees _
at '7:30: p m, In the First pews were marked by brass floor length satin gowns featuring was held In the Parish Hall and hel' 'ommittee. Sigma Phi sorority 111 "
Odist Church with Rev candle holders with crystal meet Monday March Two Vegetables
The choir of voices en- =
an empIre bodice, cap young Approximately 75 guests" en- at 8 ,
m at the home of
Ragsdale performing the chimneys, and were decorated sleeves tE'1.tained' the Golden Jubllar- Joyed the i5
and A-Une IIklrts In occRsion Those Mrs, C. W, Shade 01\ East Assorted Salads I
als with pompom> and ivy the center back was a contras- lane with the Anniversary from out-of-town were Mr.and .I Southgate D.'ve, e :
s. L J, Green rendered streamers, Waltz and selection from Mrs
ting satin bow and long satin a. Wayne Wheeler and Rolls Butter
..ial music and accompgi Mark Oraudon' served as streamers The maid of hon- the "Sound Jf Music" MI', and MI'S Fred Cone of STORY IIOCIrAT ,

Mrs. Randal Chitty, best man, and the ushers were OI"S gown was In hot pink and I Greeting guests at the door Gainesville\ ; Mr and Mrs, CadOpnJf TII": LIBRARY ) Ten_- Coffee
who sang "Because" Charles Howell and Dale Cros- those of the other attendants, during the l'el'eptlon were Mrs, of Ocala: Mr and Mrs.
Prayer." by, were light pink. They wore' Ogden Bates Mrs Lester Alphons Hartmann and Mr "Fnvol'lte Fairy Talell" will
ft. the altar was al Miss' Oerrl Mooty served as matching satin bows In their I' Humphries, and Mrs Joseph and Mrs, Victor Hartmann of be told ot Story Hour thlll i -

: candle arch maid of honor, and the hair, attached to nose veils, Olssy, Standing In the Roekfo'd Ill; MIand Mrs,, afternoon (Thursday) from
white tapers : bridesmaids were Misses Leei MI' and l'eclv-1 3:30: to 415: In the Public LiIbrnry -
line Ed
and each carried a single lug were Hal'tmann and Miss Katie
I 1I\.K.
Misses 8ulll111
American Beauty Rose with Dn( Champion son-in-law I II Watson of Jacksonville: and scogglnlll'
I matching satin streamers and daughter of the honored MI' and Mrs Leo Stahler of and Kathy Tetstone votli
!, Cindy Dodd attended as couple, MI' and Mrs Ed Hart- Green Cove Springs. stor'ytelltrs AU children, age !"1
6 through 9, are invited I
i flower girl In a gown Identical I I mann son and daughter-In- After the reception about I D

.1ti to that of the honor attendant: law, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert 25 friends and relatives returned .
I I -
ir' ((: Mike Starling served as ring. Hartmann. to the lTal'tmnl1n home for'
1 bearel' The receiving line stood be- "refreshments" and a social
I 1 ,
1f Given In marriage by her fore a brass arch holding 15 evening, I :
I I II Ir father, the bride wore a white' lighted tapers balanced by
II silk organza gown decorated' brass> floor baskets with arrangements Joyce Conklin I F ABULOUS
I with Chantilly lace at the of talisman J'oses Is
neckline and hemline. Her ments of talisman 1'0ses Complimenled I .

I chapel train was adorned with The refreshment table was, At Shower I IMr,9.
Chantilly lace wedding bells. covered with an organdy cloth,

She carried a white prayer and was centered with a four R A. Colson and Mrsl'
book topped with an orchid tiered cake decorated with Robert Barksdale compllmen-i
with streamers of whIte satin yellow roses and'::, topped with tell Mills Joyce Conklin at a SJlOPPEIlS' SPECIALS

ribbon tied with tiny white I the numbers "50th" In gold" bridal shower Monday night,

carna tlons, Her elbow length Cutting the cake were at the Barksdale home on W.,,
veil of illusion was secured to I Michael Ollhooly, Mrs Mrs'l Madison Street. Miss Conkl1n I
a heal't-shaped, head piece, ors Hartmann, and Mrs and Donnie Thompson will be SAVE ON THESE SPECIAL BUYS -- 3 DAYS ONLY CARP'St
fashioned with orange blossoms tOI' Hartmann Balancing! the united In marriage on Mal'ch''
Her only ornament was 1 cake were two silver candelabra STARKE 'LAZA OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY

a single strand of pearls, a decorated with Ivy and 30.A pink and blue color mo-
gift of the groom, rosebuds and holding IIghWd tif carried' out In the I '
I was Uon"t Miss: 'J'hIoI! Special Buy New Shipment Mens Genuine Leather Brushed $8.99 VALUE
Mrs. Hines chose for her yellow tapers Silver trays and party d"cOI'lltlOI1S." The refresh-I

daughter's wedding a green compotes held decorated mints ment table was covered with a, LAmES ) .
knit suit with beige accessorIes and nuts and sheet cakes dpcorated lace cloth and centered with I ia : SUEDE SHOES $$488
and a yellow pompom cor- with yellow l'osebuds. I pink and blue floral arrangement. -, I'VAO$
The two round punch tables:' Flanking the cen- TENNIS SHOES 1

SWING INTO sage.Mrs.. Smith, mother of the were covered with floor length I terpiece were milk glass candleholders Three Color Asst ConiPlete Size Range -
groom, wore a beige knit suit organdy cloths and were cen'I -'I with pink tapers. MrS,!
and Oxfords
with brown accessories withwhich ''I LaRue Williams presided! t at Complete Size Range Assorted Colors
\ VSPRING WITH she wore a yellow pompom I the milk glass punch bowll
\ : corsage. Junior Women Miss' Bobble Sue Barksdale Just Received New Shipment Loafers and Girls lack Patent REG. $2.99

A reception was held In:, Hear Program I also> assisted In sCI'ving i Flats Durable Vinyl Colors or Blue -
) Fellowship Hall where the Among the 30 Invited guests White Yellow Oranjte.
l e i guests were greeted at the ilOn Health Problems I were Mrs Floyd Smith of DRESS SHOES $$188

door by Mrs Harry Mooty,..1 I Gainesville" sister of the honoree A True Value ONLY
Standing In the receiving line I Mrs, Arlin L McKnight, and Mrs W B, Thomp-'
were Mrs J. R. WaInwright, and Mrs, R. M Rlherd of the i II son, mother of the groom1 -' Lovely T-Strap with Button Trim Sizes 9VJ3Ment
xciting Sportswear In New "SPORT-- the bride and gl"OOm.11': and Public Health Department presented -1 elect, LADIES SHOES $$188

JIGHT" Pastels Carefully Tailored Mrs. Hines, Mrs, Smith, and problems the In program Bradford on County health; The hostesses presented the Wide ,Whale REG. $5.99
the bridal attendants honoree with the sugar bowl
fp Let You Do Everything and look At points of interest In thE at the Junior Woman's Club I to her chosen china pattern asa SHORT SLEEVE MENS IEG{ $2.99

it. The Fabric is luxuri- hall were arrangements 01 f r meeting Monday night. memento of the occasion: CORD SLACKS $400
treat doing white bridal flowers ThE' The speakers showed interacting -

>US Sportstretch That Stretches Horizontally brlde's table was covered whitE wit I,1 how they slides handled and applications explained'I Birthday Party I SPORT SHIRTS -$2$ 00 Size
an organdy cloth over
for Comfort And Fit. linen and centered with aI for dental assistance before For Karen Hutchins AAAt Colors 29.6 No-iron Fabrics' I l

wedding cake decorated -' handing them over' to the To
three-tiered New For Spring: and Summer Over 200 '
..I with pink florets.1, Junior Club. Karen Hutchins celebrated Choose From Sizes S-\I-L-XL.: .adle Now You Can Save On The Most Stylish'
coordinate: Or Contrast This Becoming Flanking the cake were'1 During the business meeting her 13th birthday anniversary New Spring Dresses For Carefree Casual Wear

With Its Doz- I branched candelabra holdlnI g Mr, Eugene Tanner presided Sunday with a luncheon and'' Solids and Prints Made of Dacron.and Cotto
TAG-PREST Garment I pink tapers. Serving thE'i' and Mrs, Bill Chambers gave,, theatre party for six girl Home Decorating Specials I No Iron

Of White Stag Companion Styles, I brJ.je's cake were Mrs J W. the devotional Mrs Wayne friends :'
r1s! Woodall, sister of the bride. Whlffen gave a progress re- The luncheon table was covered -: BEAU'r'IF11L REG. $1.99 A $5.99 VALUE REG-$4.01RARESS 1
No Ironing Necessary. I, and Mrs, Jack Hazen. port on the club's foster child I with a pink linen cloth :

i Miss Kitty Hazen kept thE, in Hong Konlf MI's. Marc and centered' \ with a pInk flor- i
I bride's book, and assisting i II'I Jackson announced that the, al arranKement For dessert ai RUGS $5.00 DRESS SALE 2 for $7oq

serving were Mrs, George Bos,. annual Bike Clinic will be t pink frosted birthday cake was;:
worth sister or the bride, held April 8.ri I served ''I Size 27 x 4R Oval AR..t. Colors i

Mrs. WillIam Oraudon sllltel I Mrs David yon Houser an- 1 Rayon Pile Foam Rubber Rack Size 2. x 5' For Working and Professional .Women Shod
I Terry Striped Sleeveless Shirt I of the groom, Mrs E. L Matthews nounced plans for the club's,Recent Births ,; Carps This Week Save On These Polyesteri

Mrs Odessa Mitchel International: "' REG. $1.66 Dacron Rayon :3 Styles All New At Carp
Shirt and Mrs. D, L. Thomas Mis I Seaman and Mrs Robert W.I'
Print Short Sleeve .
Harriet Loudon presIded at thE Chambers announced a party Nobles announce the birth of,, CARPED RUNNERS
punch bowl The punch tablE e, for Sunland Training Center a son, Charles Winston on'' $1.44 SOd
Striped V-Neck Short Sleeve Shirt i 1 I, was covered with an organd y rl cottage on Sunday at 1:30: March 3 in Bradford County 111HITE UN1EOR1S $

and centered with crystal HospItal. Grandparents are .
cloth A SpecIal Buy 3 Days Only
Shirt ;
Terry Moch Long Sleeve punch bowl encircled with Iv:Y I Young Marrieds 1\11' and Mrs, Charles DarbY EAC1LADIES :
and pink perfection camellias of Slal'ke and Mr and Mrs' OUR REGULAR $2.99 -
Striped Long Sleeve Shirt After spending some timE; Organize P. W. Nobles of Lake City i

with their guests the COUplE) A married. couples --- i SLACKS 2 FOR
young Material Sal Save
Sport Zip Jacket Culotte i left on a wedding trip to St group ot the First Methodist I Bradford County Hospital _

Augustine, The bride traveled Church held an organizational announces the following SLIM JIMS -
Slim Skirt Knee Pants 'F Slacks i In a Pacific blue suit with 1101"10.1. last Friday evening In i births: I II $5.00 Kodel Cotton J _we I tone Primal
I black accessories complemented Fellowship Hall, Mr, and Mrs. Wllbert Alex
with the orchid from helI I Stretch Denim or Cotton Twill
Games and refreshments Prevail Starke, a son Tracy 1006 Cotton -
4i'; Wide "Solids
I I bridal bouquet, the 14 attending I Allen, March 1. I
were enjoyed by
See Our Selections or New Summer Sports Wear 43'I: Wide
I The bride is a 1967 graduate elected Mr. and John Earl
and they Mr and Mrs ti
$4 AND UP----- Now have A Tremendous Selection or
1 of Bradford High School if Mrs. J, T Carver aM chairman Stephens, Lake Butler, a son We : nEG. $1.00 Yn RL'G. $1.00. YD "..
Ladies Casual Wear At Budget 'rlces. .
The groom graduated from l, and co-chairman of the grollp John Christopher, Feb. 28. I !
Utica High School, Is In the II Assisting; In arrangements

I'nlors. Rln. Mist;; I.h -Light. Pink Glow and "'ilIff. I National Guard and Is employed ., were Mr. and Mrs 811b. NIIII Fire The Starke-BradfOrd County Pant Tops & Shells $$199 Now 88CYD. :: 88c
d Graham, where th I'' guson, antI Mr. and ll't.! Chamber or Commerce was e D.

I couple will reside I man 1etchlo: funned In 1(147.(
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Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck Mrs. Bertha Everly ot Penney about 45 mph could not atop
I and children of East Palatka Farms has been admitted Well FearedDrying in time or go around the first Free Chest X-Rays Will StartIn Union County

spent the weekend with her to the Starke Nursing Home. truck. Board Accepts
.w mother, Mrs. Morgan Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman Neither driver was injuredbut
I were in Chattanooga, Tenn. on damage to the rear of the 20 ResignationsThe
arde.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Bon- bUHinens from Friday to Sun. SampsonContinued first truck was estimated at County On March 26thA
Union County School
:' .1', '\ ner of Fort Myers were Mon- day. $200 and to the front of the without
; Board accepted preju-
GLADYS MOOTY day overnight guests of Mr. Archie Green of Chicago 111. second( truck at 2SOO.
spent<<: Friday to Wednesdaywith From Page One] mass !search for tuberculosis of: Health and the Bradford dice the resignations of 20
and Mrs. H. C Rltch.'SSgt. .
Phone 964-7603 and other chest disordersis County Health Department, la teachers In a special meeting
and his mother, Mrs. L. J. county's action
| :Mrs John Miller community
attended scheduled to start in Brad- one of utmost importance regarding Jlpndav afternoon.The .
Green, and the funeralof Council Ducks
and agency under the federal 0
children Kevin and Mary pov-
*.'! !Vttf. W; H. Hart was visit.ing Among those from out of Anne arrived from his grandmother, Mrs. P. :M. erty progra of the Office of ford County on. March, 26. public health. board announced, however -
The Tuberculosis' and Respiratory During 1967, more than 1,500new that it will consider tha
in ,
< Jacksonville and Or- town attending funeral services Holloman AFB New Mexicoto Barefoot on. Monday.Mr Economic Opportunity. CUBB
"*hff* Park on SundayMnber3 -. Monday for Mrs.\ P. M. spend a month, at the and Mrs. Her ert Thomas Is presently the agency for the Rate Northeast Disease Association of active cases! of tuberculosis re-employment of any teacher
ComparisonI Florida announces were reported In Florida. who returns on an. Individual,
of Mrs. Joan Chit- Barefoot were: Mrs. Buryl attended Holiday on Ice at the county. '
I. Beckett apartments in Kings- that a mobile. X-Ray unit from More than 100 new cases have to vacancies
Coliseum basis, according
Jacksonville on Sat-
ty' senior girls Sunday School Race. Grand Rapids Mich.; : Refused to recognize
ley Lake and visit their par- the Florida State Board of been reported since January 1, which exist at the time. '
-ctata ,of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Charles PelaezJr. urday. claims/ for damages to a feed may
ents, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Mat- I Continued From: Page One] Health will conduct the mass 1968. also decided to meet
Church attended Holiday Rev. Fred Yerkes of Jack truck which fell Water It. was
on Asheville, N. C. Mr. and through
; thews Mr. and Mrs. S. M. of
aDd survey starting Tuesday, "The chest X-Ray la one. individual
Ice at the Jacksonville Colis.tsian Mrs. Raymond Merrlman, sonville was a Sunday dinner. Oak Creek Bridge on the w 11 ce poured on. Orange, and. approve cases
Miller. At the end of Sgt.Miller's March 26, and concluding on the best of detectingTB
and Mrs. Kenneth meqns to re-emplvyment, as the
on :'Saturday. Following Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. R. guest of Mr. Crawford Road. I %Washington! and Colley Road 'prior
leave he will go to Thursday, April 4. ," Dr. Stephens said. "These,situation arises.
1-11.- show the girls were treatto J. Newton,. Baldwin Mrs. Grlcler. -Granted a request for So. at a total cost of 6000. Levels
Viet Nam for further The mobile X-Ray unit will most Importantand I
a year's F. surveys are board
L. Smith Jr. tha set
Mr. and Mrs. week
Last a
clal to ,
Security representatives have been run on Washington '
at the Pizza Place. :
supper : Walter McTurk Palatka Mr.
; operate In various locations in the disease
and will be assigned as help keep
duty the weekend -can for ,
of Thursday the
Paxton I'
of spent deadline
move from the second to the ml Orange Sts. and necessary
Assisting Mrs. Chitty was Mrs. and Mrs. P. L. Dinklns Jr., St.
X7HIF the county during the 10 day from rampant in. acomsnuaity.
Roberts. a flight engineer on a with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. first floor of the old Jail. Many signatures from all property becoming 26 teachers to return to their
Marilyn Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Joseph "
; period and provide free X-Ray .
.;:r." helicopter.Mrs. Smith Sr. and Mrs. Lucite persons are unable to climb the owners there have been obtained Jobs. Six returned to work be
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch of Lucas. Clearwater; Mr. A. Russell Norman, for adults over 18 years of age. Foliav>'-up procedures for the deadline.
Davis. stairs to the second floor it Tucker said. fore the
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Conrad Lagnenhorst State Publications and Publi- Cpl. George Seeley has been' was claimed. Dr. H. L Stephens, presi- diagnosed and suspicious TB
:Floyd, Rltch of Oastonla N. Lakeland; Mrs. H. F. Darby, city chairman of Delta Kappa discharged from the service -Was asked by Clerk dent of the area TB association X-rays will be carried out by Adjustable Vinyl Boot. '

,.,9,were Saturday night dinner Lake City; Mrs. John Surrency Gamma Society, attended the after spending one year In. Charles Darby to submit a list No Action said that the program, the Bradford County Health overs. All size 10 cents ea.
ffuests of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Gainesville; Mrs. Horace District Five meeting and Vietnam and one year at Fort of poll workers by April so sponsored Jointly by the TB as- Department. ..(; The TeJoelP'&pb.'INCOME .
Rltch in Gainesville. Cox Waldo; and the following Beach sociation, Florida State Board
luncheon at the Palm Story, Va. they can be advertised for the
'C ta Trienda will regret to learn from Jacksonville' : Mrs. Wal- Towers Hotel In West Palm Comingevent of Starke May primaries.
of the death of Miss Dorothy, ter Gammel, Jr.. Thomas M. Beach on Saturday. Shrine Club Annual Chicken -Agreed to pay the Suwan- On ResignationsContinued TAXSERVICE I
,7tC4alr Klckllter former resident Hills. Leonard A. Curtis. Miss Local admittances to Brad- Dinner. Au- .
; a nee River 'Development Farmers
of Starke In Newnan, Ga. Joann Rudder, Mrs. Alice Ste- ford County Hospital this Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Ihorlly $500 dues for 1968 half [ From Page Onel] Must Apply If They 'Want |

4lMt;* Saturday. She Is survived phenson, Mrs. Helen H. Dun- week include: Mrs. Julia Bry- Caldwell Tuesday night and the amount, the county paJd last

by a sister, Mrs. Hazel Hen- ham, Mrs. A. S. Bonzalez, Mr. an, Vasco V. Hazen James Wednesday were Mrs. Eama year, upon recommendation of Lions were turned in three weeks
'drlcks also of Mewnan.I and Mrs. L. A. Johns Jr., Dyal, Mrs.Thelma Padgett' Yongue and Mrs. Thelma Deanof Commissioner Hamilton. The Since the teacher reslgnaago Lower Agricultural Assessments SEE
-J.: Mrs. Paul Collier, Mrs. Bernice Mrs. Helen Prevail Connie Fairfield. sgt. Mark Mackof commissioner said the Authority the local teacher organization i

Opperman, Mr. and:! Mrs. Benton Wayne Adams, Mrs. Willie the Highway Patrol, Lake is going to place signs the Bradford Education I
Fowler. Mrs. Rose Knight Mae Bryan, Mrs. Ruth Lee. City, and J. C. Wallace of Key- made by the state on. all coun- Association has (been Tax Assessor Gene Long tlon," Long said. \ Town FinanceCOMPANY
THE SOUTHSIDE and Mallie Surrency. Gary Phillips. Mrs. Louise stone Heights were Sunday vis ty boat ramps and sponsor the shaken up by six: resignations called attention this week to The agricultural zoning com ,

4c1rjjicfl OF CHRISTi Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis Griffis. Mrs. Lizzie Thornton, itors. annual barge race down Su- from It by educators still on an opinion from Attorney Gen- mission will meet some time''
Ind. is visiting her John Wilkinson) Romle craw- Mrs. Betty Crawford and sons wannee River by the Boy the job.( Submitting resignations eral Earl Falrcloth to the Ala- after April 1 to review the ap.plicatfons I 226 N. Temple Ave.
i Invites YOU mother Mrs. W. S. Blade, for ford and James Gentry, all of attended Holiday on Ice at the Scouts. from the organization chua County Commission statIng I Loans Up To $600
several days. Mrs. Jacksonville Coliseum on Sat- 'Received' copies of the pro- were President Richard Jockel, that property owners desiring -
.:. To Hear Bob St. Peter of Gainesvillewas Starke_ ;___John Dekle. Williams, ... urday. __ posed phone system for the new principal of Bradford Middle an agricultural! tax assessment .
a Saturday luncheon Altha Wynn, Jessie \Mr. and Mrs. Byron New courthouse for study. School; President-Elect Jesse this year must file I

C THE GOSPEL I guest of Tom Smith. and Mrs.David Alma Lee Frost of Lake and Butler Mrs.:. comb and daughters of Atlanta Mrs., -Approved a five day trip Moore principal of Anderson returns by April 1. \
i Don't forget Shrine Club Annual Ga. were visiting Mr. and and $125 In per diem expensesfor Junior High at Lawtey; Secretary Long said considerable con-
i f OF CHRIST Chicken Ulnner.Vat<'h for Ruth Shockey of Keystone O. S. Newcomb last week. Civil Defense Director Dorothea.( Richardson, fusion has arisen as a resultof

date. Heights; Mrs. Nettle Starlingand Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Frank Williams to attend the rum teacher; and Board, Members tho new agricultural zoning I
:8:30 Sunday Morning: Mr. and-Mrs.;:Dewey Warrenof Mrs. Joy Norman of Law- .spent the weekend with Mr. U.S. Civil Defense Council. in Annie Anderson. Lawtey law under which property j
i tey: Joseph Moore and Mrs. Al Harley at Merritt March 17- owners must file annual returns -
WPCE Radio i Jacksonville were visiting and Mrs. Washington, D. C. Junior High; Mary Batzenrmn, I
Dial 1490 her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Elsie! Mumma. of Melrose; Inland and Mr. and Mrs. Glen 20. BHS.and Jane Trawick, BHS. in order to benefit from I

0 Worship Service S. Sapp, on Sunday. Franklin Archer of Hawthorne Conner In Orlando. -Toyed with bids for an The resignations have not the lower agricultural assess
i ; and Mrs. Esther Thomas and Mrs. H. A. Lawson but !- ments. I
Mrs. Mark Moody of Green Mr. auto Inspection facility been accepted by> the organization
Sunday 11:00 A.M.
who has re- of Macclenny. had as guests Mr. and Mrs. took no action, preferring to after two board meetings The returns are subject to approval I
Cove Springs .
I ;, Bible; Study Sunday centy been dismissed from the Mr. ana: Mrs. Sanford Bitch \v. M. Morar and children of view equipment already set up' with another scheduledthis by the county\ agricultural '
; of Gainesville were Friday Panama City over the weekend, other before purchasing week. The BKA apparentlyis zoning! commission, whichIs
I i 10 A.M. and 7 P.M. Bradford Hospital. Is in .countles
J County guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Joe Jordanfind made up of county commissioners -
pending some time at the night dinner nnd Mr. any equipment. In, a disorganized state at THE NEW \WONDERFUL -. ;
MI. Mrs. J. W. Rltch. children of Lake City on as voting members; I ,
i ,3 TO US present.
home of her sister, Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibson Sunday. together with the county agent

I I H. Hart. and dauKhter. Gloria. Mrs. Kathy Gillinghnm. L ..,of. Jack...... HEW\ Orders Cancer Drive and tax assessor as non-voting \WORLD OF COLOR
Joan Chitty, Miss Elisa Rekila soivvllle spent; last w eunrrn.rnrto members. .
with her grand- According to the Attorney
\ Miss Marilyn Saturday
F [ were and' guests of Dr .and Mrs. "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy More ,Starts April 1 1I 1The General's ruling, If an application -
Glad To Be Back Fobrt Carson of Gainesville IntegrationContinued is not filed before April

Wednesday the University evening and Sym-attended Sale.Mrs., Hal. June, Cindy Edwards and and Susan children of- Onel)I Society Bradford Is preparing County to Cancer launch 1 commission, then the agricultural has no choice zoning but New Spring and Summer Line

[ From Page
Lake, and Terry to classify the land as non-

I In GoodCountry d di nhonv the University Orchestra Auditorium.Mr. Concert. at Yawn Kingsley were Mrs.dinner J. Q.guests Caldwell of made the progress anticipated its raising 1968 crusade educational on April and 1.fund- agricultural assessment., subject to a higher *

and:! Mrs. A. S. Harrisonand Mr. and it has not completely eliminated According to Buford Mitchell Faircloth ARROW
In his ,
Mrs. Lynton Bailey visited last Friday night. Bennettand the dual school system as president of the Bradford
law which
Ovid the state
Mrs. quoted
Mrs. Aaron Finn in Mr. and by the Civil Rights unit, the 68 Crusade *
i : Mr. and children ot Jacksonville required County leads: "No land shall be zonedas VAN HEUSEN
Jacksonville on Sunday.Mrs. visited Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Act of 1964."Under will focus attention on. cancer'sseven agricultural land unless a
Effle Johns had as visitors these circumstancesIt warning signals, and tb *
I With Mr. and Mra. Gone Shaw on return is made as required b:>\ CREIGHTO
I Sunday. F. W. Webb of is your responsibility to fact that too may people are law."

Hawthorne and Mrs. Gertrudet.tnds.y Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs. Brad Locke and prepare and submit an adequate not familiar with just which Long said that forms for filing With Easy Care TrousersTo
i L GoodPeople 'f of Klh Springs.Mr. family of Tampa were visiting plan to completely eliminate early signs I could indicate the agricultural land assessment -

and Mrs. Henry Stefan- mother, Mrs. Shellle Gerle the dual school system danger. application hud been
elll had as Sundav guests. Mr. her over. tho weekend. hv__ the nn onenlnK_._ of the 1&68-69 While the. public j Is of slowly the: mailed by his office to all Match ._ by FARAHTapered. '
Who- -- 4 and Mrs. Al Stefnnelll of -Mr.- and Mrs.' C. S. Haddock school year unless there are acquiring knowledge owners of such lands who were .
J Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. and son, Brace visited Mrs. C. administrative reasons why It signals, surveys show that too of not already receiving homestead

I i Sell GoodI Robert Stefanelll of Gainesville C. Teston in Klngslan-d: Ga. on cannot be accomplished until many cannot name most exemption, or paying
them. The basic, yet simple .
f an,'' Mr. and Mrs. Ray !Sunday.' 196 -70." the some type of personal property "
could mean
Stefanelli of Ocala. and their' 'SP/4 Jame* Blnckshoar, who I The officials also Includedin warning;,signals tax. The assessor said, however ,
I spenta "of presence of cancer and serve not receiving I //i' Traditional. .
'Cars children. 's stationed in Vietnam, the letter notification aid in early that anyone
i Mr. ad :\Mra Earl Goclbee and short leave in Sidney, Australia the probable noncompliance of' as an alert to is in its a blank and who is eligible' for I
when cancer
daughter of Jacksonville: and last week. your school system with the diagnosis curable the agricultural assessment : Truly
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinney Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green requirements under Title VI earliest and moat should contact his office for : .
I : Mitchell said.
Walter Alvarez Mr.
of Gainesville were weekend and family of Eustis were visiting [of the 1964 Civil Rights Act]. stage warning signals the necessary form. Terriffic 0

= :::: ': visitors of Mra.\ Carolyn Red- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. anrf:!' of our intentions to initiate The 1 seven.Unusual bleeding or "The form should definitelybe
f To Jill my friends In Starke, Bradford'And Union rAVe. R. R. Hutchlngs over the administrative proceedingsfor are discharge.: 2 A lump of filed for your own protec
Counties I would like for William G e 0 r g e, Frank weekend.Mr. of
you to' come out and the termination your thickening In the breast or
see.bur Selection of NEW AND USED CARS AND Mitchell and :Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Ralph Collins school system's Federal financial elsewhere. 3 A sore that cru-I
Hardy took the First Baptist and daughters of Pelham, Ga. if appropriatesteps In'' clety next week. The 1968
TRUCKS. Junior, Choir plus Don and were visiting Mrs. J. R. Kite assistance to correct does not heal. 4 Change sade will bear the slogan, I
not taken 3
habits. -
are 'bowel Madder
Carol Hardy, Debra Prevatt, over the weekend arid they all or makes sense to know the seven -
BALDWIN Kim Bartlett and Katherine attended the Holiday on Ice the situation. Hoarseness or cough. 6 In- warning signals of cancer.
such action be initiated in swal-
"Should difficulty
I 1 Peek' to Palntka on Saturday show .t the Coliseum Saturday digestion or And it makes sense to give to I
and an order of term- 7 change In a "
lowing. Any
I to attend tha Music Festival night. the American Cancer Society
CHEVROLET-OLDS' ination Issued. the order would wart or mole.
'At the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Ida Latham of Salt
While In.. Palatka. Mrs. Hardy Lake City, Utah is visiting her take effect 30 days after a .Should any of these signals
301-, NORTH PHONE. '9G475O0p I visited her mother, Mrs G. E. sister, Mrs. T. D. Dyal for several report is made to congressIonal last longer than two weeks, The Starke-Braiford County -
'. --:- : -- :- McGauley. weeks. committees of the Mr. Mitchell urges an early. Chamber of Commerce la I

'"L -' I Oliver Steed and Chester administrative proceedings visit to a medical doctor. Onlyhe composed of 200 business and I

Hiatt of Portland Ind. were which may be during the can tell if cancer Is present, pzoids.iona1! leaders dedicatedto I''
last Thursday visitors of Mr. 1968-69 school year." the chairman said. tN? future of Bradford
.. .
I and Mrs. George W. Brown. Plans for the all-out April County .--- -

Tho Browns son, Rex Brown Crusade, and announcementof .
,, of, !Miami' was home from Wed- Two Killed Its County Drive chairmanwill ClossiniMI An m tlr* TEIJT. J

1 nesday to Sunday.Mr. be made by the local So- ORAFI1 brtnffn I-CMUIM. ,

.. .. and Mrs. Charles Mc- I,
1I .. i Qualg and family of Waycross In Accident
I :-:: Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I I"! Mack Williams on Sunday. : : ,
Starke Shrine Club Annual Continued From Pair Onel ;:- -.
Chicken Dinner to be held mion. U : u
u "'l1wh for date. I II Smith as it crossed SR-121 on,

I I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of Lake Street. The girls were
traveling south on Lake st.!
I I Cocoa Beach and Debbie Coco-
I mise of St. Joseph's Academy toward the gym and were goIng -,

1 ::;. : St. Augustine, spent the week. approximately five mph,
:\. 'end with Mrs. Loyree Coco- as they crossed SR-121, according -
t mlse. to the report of FlorIda -
Jayne Hardy of Tift College : Highway Patrolman P. W.

and Janet Hardy and Gene Carter.

j11/df. Ivey Jr. of the University of Maxwell's speed was estimated -
; : Georgia spent Thursday to Sunday at 70 mph. the FHP
I with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. report stated. No charges were We Are Authorized
". /11/ Hardy. filed In the accident.
I ;Mr.: and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard The girls' car came to rest'
? Of Brunswick! Ga. were on a lawn 172 feet from the' TOM McAN Shoe StoreIN

ll. Sunday) overnight guests of Mr. point of Impact, which was 10'
4ti (rind Mrs. J. E. Hardy. They feet south of the center of

r .. also visited Mr and Mrs. J. SR-121 and 8 feet west of the STARKE
O. Cay( In Alachua. General -
b7 center of Lake Street. Max

: 6aV Mr.Hospital. who They brought home well's car came to rest on thecurb What Place Could Be Safer To A Complete? New Line For Boys Ans
Gay was dischargedon
103 feet from the pointof
S Sunday. I. Impact, Carter's report I Keep Valuables Than A Bank? MenVith Bootmaster, The Top OJ

:. 1 stated. I I'' Our BankAt The Line Also Saddle Oxfords.
THE BRADFORDCOUNTY | Maxwell was the brotherinlaw ''I -

TELEGRAPH of James George, star of our bank there is a safety deposit box in

i Because: It saves time and trouble.: Published every Thursdayat the Union County team. The a size to fit your needs. Rest assured that your Just Arrived -- Shipment Of

:::. J38 W... Call st., accident occurred about 7 P. valuables are completely safe when you leave themIn
Open your account and see how m. about an hour before the modern vault.
Stance. Fla. 32091 our
game was to start.
it is SAVE BY MAIL. We have many other services, too. Servicesto
to Second class
i easy postage paid TROUSERS BYIx
:, at Starke, na. suit you and your whole family. Consult us

e, Subscription Rates: Two Wrecks soon on all your banking needs. _

In ,trade area: $4.00 per In Same Spot HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED
year; $2.25 all month. w" N NNNNNH! iii jSAiMiN l

Savings and Loan Outside traW.area: M-SO [Continued From Page One] The Community State BankOF Sizes To Fit Every Male In The Famij

per year; $2.90 six month I From 2-Year-Olds Thru 48 Waist
ped suddenly on the road be-

I f 'cz-' ASSOCIATION OF STARKE fl. L. Matthew, editor and mule of the crowd of cars STARKE YOU'LL LOOK GREAT_YOU'LL FEEL rnr..
'I pUUbhtr I IIj around Cowart's Mustang. The IN A PAIR OF THESE
: ; 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000I DRESS-UP SCHOC
j lecond truck, driven by Her I MEMBER F. D. I. C. OR CASUAL FARAH
Ij I, man. Layton Cruce, 27, at PANTS
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_THURSDAY MARCH T, 19C8 1\ IUC..UJJ'OItU! COUNTY TKir':(iu\rn. sTAicitr' : 11.ouID.% _... __. llsrUon, On!. -. rage-TLrM-

Bridal Shower I Woman's Club Little Women OES To Install Bradford County's future lethe
For Mrs. Moody, 'To Meet March 1 13S Plan Fashion ShowThe The .Eastern Star Chapter Bradford business.:! County of each the citizen Chamberof of

I will hold an open installation Commerce says.
Recent BrideThe of Little Women's Club
L Peek Jr. president
1 Friday at 8 p. m in the Masonic -
will hold a Spring fashion
the Florida Bank at Starke Hall
Long ISiiJge Church was 1 will share his trip to Norway show at the club house, Tuesday THE RIGHT POINTfoj the
the setting for a. bridal shower March 12, at 7:30:
I last summer with members p.m. SOCIAL SE'LURITYREPItESENTITLVE' way you write.. Cwne-/i In
GLADYS MOOTY Thursday evening Feb. 22.honoring j I and guests of the Starke Instead of their usual second :: IIKRK and iwlerl' :your f.vort.i.JSSTERBROOK ; .
Phone 9647'08Jacqueline : Mrs. Percy Moody the former Miss JuctlAlklre InK A representative of the Gain- "
afternoonat :
ing next Wednesday .
a recent 'bride. 1 t :Modeling: the< latest spring esville Social Security Office ? :
3:30.: ....
Games were played duringthe The Is under the fashions furnished by Eaglesand is at the old agricultural buildIng -
party hours under the direction program LeIl '8 will !be Cindy (next to the courthouse) --
direction the club's committee i
of Mrs Elbert Nettles International Affairs Strickland, Nancy Struth, Don each Monday and Friday at SERVICE SCUEDVLIZ-
and _prizes wer awarded to on na 1'atrny, and Sandra Register. 9:30 a.m. Persons who desire ST. EDWARD'S CIIU :U.Starke .
with! BloodWorth.I -
Mrs. Bob Caddell Mrs Chester Mrs. James ICvelyn Sinclair will serve to make application for social .Vt"
Moody and Mrs. I.. J Crews. I chairman. na emcee. Rt"'lIrltyLccount/ numbers or .:i iSundayMaasj15
The prizes were In turn pre I I Hostesses for the meeting Memoirs and guests are Invltftl get any other social security : a. JD.r.
sented to the bride-elect. I i iI ; will be: Mrs A. G. Loudon to attend this open meet- !Information are Invited to seethe Thursday Mass.fl:30; : p.-9.\;
: Miraculous Medal Novena:
chairman Mrs V. A. Nichols
The party table was covered Inff. r representative at the time "
I I Ii Mrs. D. L.Sllcox. Saturday, 7 p m.
Y with a lace cloth over green Mrs. M R. Judd Hostesses for the eveningwill of hlii visit. a
and centered by a green flower I Mrs Hazel RI ch. Mrs. bo Sally Moore and< Elizabeth : : Confessions. : S jf.o,' m. ar-." 7
arrangement, balanced on i Robbie Shnller. Mrs. Aimee Thornton. March 24-30 10G3. Is Cham- p.m.

either side with green, tapersin J .. Prandl Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. ber of Commerce Week the --ST. W1LUAM'3CHUR: -*f1.
silver holders. A silver cof- .' .. T. B. Harding, Mrs. E. K. Per- Garden ClubThe firth annual observance sponsored Keystone Heights. OT
fee service! was at one end of If.. 4 ryman, Mrs Edward Wainwright by local Chambers ofCommerce Sunday Mass: 9 -a, m.
the table: and a crystal punch t fr""j> and Mrs. D. P. Hardy( Starke Garden Club and the American Wednesday: Mass and Novena -
d[ Y .: ;; 7 p m. -:f **
bowl at the other end. Crystal
will nave a corsage workshop Chamber of Commerce Executives -
-ST. MARY ;CHURCH.Macclenny.
dishes held nuts, mints and 4 Shower Given at 7:30 .
Monday, March 11. : P. ::3 :t cSunda.y -
1rwr white and cakes decorated in. pink : For Alma Akridge I m. at the home of Mrs.\ A. Mass: U::30 a, m.
l green. Russell Norman. \ classified ad In the Tele

Hostesses for the occasion ZiijrMr : /, Miss Alma Akridge, whose f. graph brings rrtult! !'
were Mrs Lewis Black, Mrs. I
.-:> marriage to Merle Piitkham -
a.. Seeber Moody Mrs J, T. Par- ...",. : : -
rlsh Mrs. Art Schultz and :Mrs.: will be an event of April 6.i iII i
I Elbert Nettles, who presentedthe And Mrs. Albert Hartmann was honored at a lingerie I
f honoree with a steam Ironas I II shower Tuesday night given;
a memento of the occasion. Celebrate 50th \Vedding AnniversaryA by Miss Ramona Harrell Miss Delightful Dining I

Eighty guests were Invitedto Dottie Sue Kelley, Mrs Gene
Concelebrated Mass was tered with crystal punch Pass and Miss Lee at
attend Including Mrs. Jeanette Darby ,
Alkire, mother of the offered among the Priests in bowls encircled with Ivy and the home of the latter. I Whether it's the smart business man or i

I honoree, Mrs. Falrcloth, grandmother Thanksgiving to the Lord in Interspersed with yellow rose Games with prizes, and refreshments woman rendezvous for two or the whole fami- i
of the honoree and, honoring Mr. and' Mrs. Albert buds. Presiding at the champagne were enjoyed dur ly You'll rind our restaurant tops for all t a
:Mrs. Eunice Moody mother of Haitmann on their 50th Wedding punch table were Mrs. ing the party hours 7:30: to occasions :
Anniversary at f 5 m. Q. W. Richards and
1 the groom p. Mrs. 9:30.: ; 1
Sunday in St. Edward's Cath- Richard:! Richards, and pouring Centering the gift table was
IS' olic Church. Offering the Con- punch at the other table I of I f
arrangement yellow
t. Mark's Women were,
of the Our Delicious Buffet I
celebrated Sacrifice Mrs Francis Meng and !\I1's'l roses. The hostesses presentedthe Try
Hines, Robert A. Smith Mrs. Herbert Thomas will be mass were: Rev Father Olivo Paul Meng. honoree with a negligee'
Com pa no. Rev. Father Diego Mrs. Victor Gingras, Mrs. memento of the occasion. c
hostess at the meeting of as a .,
Exchange Vows Saturday Evening Conesa, Rev. Father Joseph Frances :
The Women of St Mark's Wager and Mrs. Ran- Among the 20 guests were SERVED: DAILY
Fitzglbbon, and the pastor of dall Cliism presided! at the of
Mrs. H. E. Akridge, mother
Miss: Jacqueline Hines, by brass pedestal baskets holding -i I Episcopal Church on Monday. I
I Edward Buii
St. Edwards Rev. Father gift table. 1
Mrs. Leo Championand Lunch Buffet
the honoree and Mrs. M. L. t
\ daughter of Mr. and' Mrs.i white gladioli mums and March 11, at 7:30: p. m. In the KirbY.
Parish House. Mrs. Edward Champion granddaughter Packham mother of the 11:00: a. m. to 2:00: m. 6:00: to 0:00
Jack Hines of Graham andRobert Ivy. At either side of the altar The youth choir from Green kept the guest book. p. p.m. : p.m<
Andrew Smith, son of were two tall ninebranchbrass Burns will present the pro Cove Springs Sacred Heart The reception was given by groom-elect.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of candelabra with burning gram. it r
Remsen, N. y were united In. white tapers against a background Darby and Mary Sue Thomas Catholic sew ire.Church sang duringthe Church members under of the St. chairmanship Edwards Beta Sigma Phi : S: 2S Two Hot 45

marriage on Saturday. Feb.; of palms. The family They were dressed alike In After the Mass a receptionwas ofh's.: Robbie Shal1'I'and Entrees -
y,, 24, at 7:30: p. m. in the First pews were marked by brass floor held In the Parish Hall. Beta Sigma Phi sorority I'
length satin feat- committee.
gowns .
Methodist Church with Rev. candle holders with crystal will\ meet Monday March 11 Two Vegetables
The choir of voices entertained :
uring an empire bodice cap young Approximately 75 guests en-
at 8 m. at the home of J
V. J, Ragsdale performing the chimneys and were decorated p. 1
nuptials.Mrs. with and ivy sleeves and A-line skirts. In the Golden Jubllar- joyed thEoccasion. Those Mrs C. W. Slade on East Assorted Salads
pompoms the center back was a contras- lane with the Anniversary from out-of-town were Mr. Southgate D.'ve.STOItV =-
'. L. J, Green rendered streamers
ting satin bow and long satins Waltz and a selection from and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler, and:!, Rolls Butter
v nuptial music and accomp- Mark Graudon served a streamers. The maid of honor's -i the "Sound of Music." Mr,. and Mrs. Fred Cone of IIOriT
anted Mrs. Randal Chltty.aololst. .I best and'the ushers were Ten-
;: man at the door Coffee
sown was in hot pink and Greeting guests Gainesville; Mr and Mrs. Carl AT TIIK.: JJIUIAICY .
y who "Because"r Charles Howell and Dale Cros-
r : sang those of the other attendants" during the reception! were Mrs, Genii of Ocala: Mr and Mrs.
"Wedding Prayer" by.Miss were light pink They wore, Ogden Bates, Mrs. Lf'stel'Humphrll's Alphons Hartmann and Mr. "FnvoHte Fairy Tales" will 1
i Centering the altar was a Oerrl Mooty served as be told at Story Hour this I
I matching satin bows in their'' and Mrs. Joseph and :Mrs. Victor Hartmann of I
A tall brass candle arch withburning maid of honor and the hair, attached to nose veils,, Olssy. Standing in the reclv- Rockford J1MI'\; and Mrs.,, afternoon (Thursday) from
A white flanked bridesmaids Misses Lee 3:30 to 4:15 in the Public LI-
tapers were :
Mr. and :Mrs., : aI
and line
each carried a single Ing were Ed Haitmann and Miss Katie, GQQA
American Beauty Rose with I I Don Champion, son-in-law| Watson of Jacksonville: and brary. Minxes Susan Scoggins,I I
and Tet tone will be .
matching satin streamers. I and daughter of the honored Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stabler of Kathy "'I
Cindy Dodd attended a ,'' couple Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harts Green Cove Springs. storytellers. All children age
6 through 9, are Invited.
flower girl in a gown identical..1' mann, son and daughterinlaw After the reception about I "ID' $
I to that of the honor attendant. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert 25 friends and relatives returned

Mike Starling served as ringbearer. \ Hartmann.The to the Hartmnnn home for '
Ltc)1 receiving line stood before refreshments. and tt social,I
; I Given in marriage by her a brass arch holding IS evening. j I, '
father, the bride wore a white lighted tapers balanced by
I silk organza gown decorated brass floor baskets with arrangements Joyce Conklin '! ABULOUS
r" with Chantllly\ lace at the of talisman roses!,
neckline and hemline. Her ments of talisman roses. I Is Complimented

chapel train was adorned with The refreshment table was,At Shower
Chantllly lace wedding bells. covered with an organdy cloth, i I

She carried a white prayer' and was centered with a four Mrs., R. A Colson! and MI'II.1 I

book topped with an orchid I tiered cake decorated with Robert Biirksdalu< compllmen-i, / I
with streamers of white satin i yellow roses and:! topped with, ted Miss Joyce Conklin at a : SJlOPPEnS SPECIALS
ribbon tied with tiny whitE!i I the numbers 50th" In gold. bridal shower Monday night
carnations. Her elbow lengtl-i II! Cutting the cake were Mrs.I at the Barksdalc home on W.
veil of illusion was secured tot Michael GilhoolY Mrs. Alph-i\ Madison Street. Miss Conklin .
I a heart-shaped' head piece!I ons Hartmnnn, and Mrs. VIC1 -|, and Donnie Thompson will be SAVE ON THESE SPECIAL BUYS 3 DAYS ONLY CARP'St

I fashioned with orange blos-i tor Hartmann. Balancing the united in marriage on March'''
', soms. Her only ornament wa r I''1 cake were two silver candelabra 1C. STARKK: PLAZA OPEN ALL DAY EVERYDAY
I a single strand of pearls, s L decorated with ivy and A pink nnd blue color mo- -- --- -- .

gift of the groom. rosebuds and holding lighted tif was carried out in the I Don't Miss Thin Special Uuy New Shipment Men Genuine: Leather .Byushed $8.99 VALUE
I I Mrs. Hines chose for hei r yellow tapers. Silver trays and party decorations The refresh

daughter's wedding a greer compotes held decorated mints! ment table was covered with a LADIES 91-99!) VALUE
knit suit with beige accessor and nuts and sheet cakes decorated lacr cloth and centered with I SUEDE SHOES $$488
tea and a yellow pompom cor with yellow rosebuds. I a pink and blue floral ar
: The two round punch tables rangement. Flanking the cen- TENNIS SHOES $100
SWING\ INTO sage.Mrs.
I Smith mother Of the were covered with floor length I terpiece were milk glass candleholders Three Color Asst. Complete She Range -
I groom, wore a beige knit suit organdy cloths and were cen-! with pink tapers. Mrs. Loafers and Oxfords
i with brown accessories, with, I LaRue Williams presided at Complete Sue Range Assorted! Colors!'
\ \ SPRING WITH which she wore a yellow pompom the milk glass punch bowl,
I corsage. Junior Women Miss Bobble Sue Barksdale Just Received New Shipment Loafers and Girls Black Patent REG. $2.99

A reception was held In, Flats Durable Vinyl Colors of Blue -
Hear Program j; also assisted in serving. I II -
WHITE STAG Fellowship Hall where the' Among the 30 invited guests White Yellow Orange.A .
: guests were greeted at the On Health ProblemsMrs. I I were Mrs. Floyd Smith of DRESS SHOES $$188Lovely

door by Mrs. Harry Mooty. Gainesville sister of the honoree True Value ONLY
In the receiving line Arlin L. Me'Knight
and Mrs. W B, Thompson -
were Mrs. J. R. Wainwright' and Mrs. R. M. Rlherd of the,, TStrapwith Button Trim Sizes 9'/t-3'
mother of the groom-
Exciting Sportswear In New "SPORT- the bride and IlI"OOm.011': and Public Health Department pre-:;i!, elect. LADIES SHOES $$188

LIGHT" Pastels Carefully TailoredTo Mrs. Hines Mrs. Smith, and sented problems the in program Bradford on Countyat health The hostesses presented the Men! Wide ,Whale REG. $5.99
the bridal attendants.
honoree with the bowl
Let You Do Everything and look I At points of Interest in the the Junior Woman's Club i i to her chosen china sugar pattern as' SHOUT SLEEVE HENS KEG $2.99!) '

The Fabric is luxurious hall were arrangements of i meeting Monday night. a memento of the occasion. CORD' $
doing it. I SLACKS $400
great The showed Interesting -
white bridal flowers. The I speakers
Sportstretch That Stretches Hori- I bride's table was covered withan slides and explained'I'Birthday Party SPORT SHIRTS $2<>o
organdy cloth over white! how they handled applicationsfor
zontally for Comfort And Fit. linen and centered with a' dental assistance before For Karen Hutchins' Asst. Colors Size 29.36 No-Iron Fabrics g r

three-tiered wedding cake decorated -'I handing them over' to the New For Spring and Summer Over 200 To
with pink florets.II| Junior Club. 1 Karen Hutchins celebratedher Choose From Sizes S-M-L-XL.: Ladies Now You Can Save On The Most Stylish
Coordinate Or Contrast This Becoming 'Flanking the cake were I During the business meeting 13th birthday anniversary New Spring Dresses For Carefree Casual Wear

With Its Doz- 'branched candelabra holding I MM. Eugene Tanner presidedand Sunday with a luncheon and Solids and Prints Made of Dacron and Cottor:
STAG-PREST I pink tapers. Serving the i Mrs. Bill Chambers gave theatre party for six girlfriends Home Decorating Specials! No Iron.

Of White Stag Companion Styles.No i bride's:! cake were Mrs. J. W. the devotional Mrs. Wayne, i
ens I Woodall, sister of the bride I Whiff gave a progress report -i The luncheon table was cov- BEAUTIFUL( REG. $7.9! A $5.99 VALUE REG. $-t.o1(
Ironing Necessary. I and Mrs. Jack Hazen. on the club's foster child j I eyed with a pink linen cloth ,
: Miss Kitty Hazen kept the I In. Hong Kong Mrs. Marc 1 and centered with a pink floral '
bride's book, and assisting in!, Jackson announced that the, arrangement. For dessert a KARESS RUGS $5.00 DRESS SALE2 for $$700,

serving were Mrs. George Bos-, annual Bike Clinic will be, pink frosted birthday cake was
Size 27 18 Oval Asst. Colors
worth sister of the bride held April 8. I served

Mrs. William Oraudon, sister Mis. David yon Houser an- Rayon Pile Foam Rubber Rack Size 2' x 5' For Working and Professional .Women Shoji
Terry Striped Sleeveless Shirt of the groom Mrs E. L :Matthews : nounced plans for the club'sI Recent Births tarps This Week Save On These Polyester
Mrs. Odessa Mitchell I fashion show and Internatlon- REG. $1.66
Dacron :
-- 3 Styles All New At Carp
Thomas. Miss I al Tea to be held April 4. Mrs.;I
Shirt and Mrs. D. I* Seaman and Mrs. Robert W
Print Short Sleeve ; Harriet Loudon presided at the I i Chambers announced a party I Nobles announce the birth ofi CARPET RUNNERS

Shirt punch bowl. The punch table, for Sunland Training Center.i i a son, Charles Winston on $1.44A
Striped V-Neck Short Sleeve ,i was covered with an organdy I I cottage on Sunday at 1:30.: | March 3 in Bradford County WHITE UNIFORMS $50<"iEACIC

cloth and centered with crystal i I| Hospital. Grandparents areI Special Buy 3 Days Only
Terry Moch Long Sleeve punch bowl encircled with ivy j Young Marrieds I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby ,

and pink perfection camellias., Class I\ of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. OUR REGULAR $2.99 :
Striped Long Sleeve Shirt After spending some time I( P. W Nobles of Lake City. i 1
with their guests, the couple LADIES SLACKS 2 FOR
A married couples
young: )
Sport Zip Jacket Culotte left on a wedding trip to St. group of the Kirntfethodlst Bradford County Hospital Material Sal -- Save I
Augustine The bride traveled i announces the following .
I Church held\<1 an. organizationalsocial SLIM JIMS $5.00Stretch Prim
Slim Skirt Knee Pants Slacks in a Pacific blue suit with last Friday evening In I births: Kodel Cotton Jeweltone
black accessories complemented .
Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Alex
with the orchid from her I Denim or Cotton Twill
Games and refreshments Prevatt, Starke. a son, Tracy 45" WldSo1id 100% Cotton
bridal bouquet. were enjoyed by the H attending : Allen, March 1. Wear I
See Our Selections Of New Summer Sports
: The bride is a 1967 graduate l elected Mr. and 45"; Wide
and they Mr. and Mrs. John Earl
UP- Selection Of
AND Now Have A Tremendous
$4 We
of Bradford High School. chairman, REG.;$1.00
= i i Mrs. J. T. Carver : Stephens, Lake Butler a son YD. .
The groom graduated from and co-chairman of the group John Christopher Feb. 28. Ladies: Casual Wear At Budget Prices.!! .REG.: 11.00.. YD. =*
Utica High School, Is In the Assisting In mngemenU
I National Guard, and Is em- were :Mr. and :Mr,* Bob Ferguson Now Sale
Olnw and Whit The Starke-Biodford i County Pant & Shells
im--I.ljtht, Pink Tops :
Colon niii MM, ployed at Graham, where the and Mi !and :Mr Not Chamber of Commerce was $299 88CYD. 'Price11' 88CYD.

couple will reside. nma 1" 1I.hle.: formed in 1H7!

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IIIt UWORD COTTNTT TRLKnn/irif.': / fIITA K1''!. FI.mUD..t TinrnsnAY. MARCH\ '7. inc !
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....t., ."' I Neighborhood Service Center I Damages All To Blame, Says Sen. Cross; :tietlce NI.Ii.le Of Apullcittloii I/eee F'. H.For Tux I) : CiTY! FISH I4D MEAT RIKT.t.

Awarded In N'otliv IB Hereby O1vun, that

FLORIDA Schools After CrisisPredicting :Mr.tint. VVI11I fiilluwlnir Brown ccrtirk-Htos the huliler. had.of'i,, PII &NE 964-9918
Sees Better
Project Sought By CUBB AccidentA filer! Maid. oertlflvatvH fur a tax''
I deed to lift issued thereon. The '
certificate numbers and years. ofIttnuanee THIS VJEf.KEHD SPECIALSFRESH
THEATRE I the description of the
CUB13 Economic':! Agoin v I li,, al the vui loan iin'.ftlngM this Lawtuy mane James E. that "a big maJority need a more equitable distri- property anti the nairuis" In
I, preparing to apply i] | fur' a< Neighborhood weak, nceiiriiiij; piomluuM fl'omlall. Crawford, was awarded damages of our teachers will be bution of the tax load in FlorIda which It wan. a.8eRm.
Service1, Center 1'iojrrt( of $4,000 for tho loss of back on the job by Monday) ," he said."Florida Certificate: No. 131. Year of SAVE 30c ..
Showtime--Weekdays 7 I for Brndfoil County within the The Lnwtey City Council has his daughter' : Joann, In an Sen. J. Emory [Red] Cross corporations are issuance 18881)oecrlptlon I .
Sunday 3:00: Saturday I.. next Hcvmil months. agreed to ullow UHU of( the olif I Itll'ulo'bel'I'y automobile accident In a j judgment told Rotarians here Wednes- carrying only about eight per nf ..rop..ty. No. GROUND BI EF 3 LBS. $1.17
4.110.: \ Lot of Lincoln
:2 11I.K. 3 in
The iprogrnm would serv<- who rt nclj.ioejiL U filed Monday by Circuit day that "we're all to blame"for cent of the total tax burden, ,
FRIDAY SATURDAiMARCH those of tho lower economic the city: hull ; the Stnrlie City Judge .1. C. Adkins Jr. I the unfortunate school while the average for other City.Name. In which assessed. | Irene, U. S. GOOD CIITJCK

8, !9). NtttUl. C'ounc-ll promiKtvl n portion/ ol. The accident, which occurred situation that has wracked states Is around 19 per cent KkrHun:I All of et acid. a I. property balms In STEAK or ?ROAST LB. 59c !
Preparations made this week Lila old! Armory It tho Kecrtiitlon Aug. 7, 1966 at the Intersection Florida for the past two for corporations" the senator In the County. of Bradford. mate. -
Double Feature I'rrKram cniutlslud of uontiic'llng/ roiinly Department liMing the of SR-16 and SR-225 weeks. added. or Florida.UnlfMH .,, U. S. GOOD .
and, city governmental. agencies builillnpr now I nKreos\ ; the about eight miles northwest of "In spite of all the bad Cross expressed hope that tlfleiLtt'M such shall. \ ettrllflcattt he. dermal.! or l cnr-uccordlnn ALL .STEW LB. 69c
!! t I" HiM'iiri'.. ( huililingH/ In Sehixil IJo.ird iigiccil,, to l use of Sturke, claimed the lives of things in the present situation Gov. Kirk would either sign \ : to Law the \propnrtyIcHerllieil -
lmJrnI} which to hiHiHi' the program (till! did BiooUer> mixl H.iniplon, throe other perHOHH. the bill or let it become law ( In Hitch. certificate or
I have already seen some good I eet'tlfhvdes. will he H.>l'l. to the Fresh
The Kedei.il, \ Oovcinmvnt'H Office III haul bnildingM. In addition to Joann, Crawford coming from the turmoil without his signature.)! He criticized hlithcBt/ l li"lhratthet'ouIt,) louse. .
IIIlilU 0 I ol I Krnnonilc!: Oppoilunlty l 1 The County Commission hail who was 15, the victims Sen.Cross said. "Recent events, Kirk's delay saying that (doer. on the first. Monday In RIB or CLUB STEAK LB. 79c
u'vnlliihlc Month of MlOX' which IH
ffm which and fund Much no hiillitiiiK but 1l'It were Linda Parker 18, ofGainesville April
approves had
iniiny Ross;; Freeman will make us realize how badlywe )I the Governor kept every- the iHt day I of April, I'.MId.' .
the project ROUND
-ed to< uHtltt: Mrs. I
programH. have fallen behind In one wondering for 18 days /lined I thlif 20th day at February -
CUHH agenli, Directur. W. way pOMH 'ble. 31, of Pensacola and her 1)108.! SHOULDER STEAK LB. 79c
PJCTUWtIMAJS meeting the needs of education what he was going to do, and fliarlim, A. Derbycleric -
four buildings/ pronilHe.d Kathy.
.'''P. Honey, Asst. })Ir. UnbeltFountain. : Dill the a-yoar-iild daughter: ,
wasted valuable timeIn '
had of
this of lb eult Court
and take steps to remedyour
,, the federal.. gflvt'rn1.'ll1lrcS /- and Miss ci'jT I
: nil Crawford
oot-: Sue. Ruth alloy: lire Miss Bradford County, Klnrldn CENTER
working out a solution to
In urea, Dir In a shortcomings the sena-! 3-7 4t 2.28Sonee
and Hnrnion Mot-gun/ who will menl '| ono Parker wero passengers '
tor said. He predicted that the, the teacher walkout and other PORK CHOPS LB. 69c
i If It is anid.Examples' Larry Loon Free -
the by
hem Ucncy driven
program I our
:: '-" .'" .... ovule 111111<11111I'CJ'IIHtR\ of the types of 18, of Old Town, which struck present strife will have the ef- : Of Application. For TatIliril .

= SfcRTT4 i4'T... service supplied by a NelRhboihootl one driven by Norman LeeFreeman feet of solidifying all factions \Srt.. lIM.tll. V.H. SHOULDER CHOPS LB. 49c I
"* THISj xLV11111 Service Center me who had his wife behind a movement of better' problems.REWARD I N<.thItt. hereby given, that '
:: : iJETi :Sir \Mllli Urown the holder'
el.i'HPM: In sewing, cooking and KathY a<< passengersSuits schools to meet the needs of SMOKED BACON OR
.. the follrvwlnfr/ ce.rtiriciLten blast .
: ; i''I J" n.r. ,' 301
; bnslc subjects siuhus Involvedin a fast-growing state. .
.. ) 011111" it.J. m.irketlnff! for damages filed mtlil rcitiricatuM tor. SMOKED PICNICS LB. 39c
\ 'f I arilhmetlr: nnd rending and were heard before Most of the present prob- deed to b.. Issued thereon.. Tincertificate -
/ the case!
i A rcuuril 1 of $30
; IH offer-
:: numbers and yeaj e
l.,. IIdv!<:c. The centers: would Adkins here last Dec. 28. lems stem from the rapid .
lefiiil/ Judge ..1 by the Crosby; Lake Cemetery of issuance the description :: ,. -#. vary In their ufferlngslocm'd- Following the trial, the judge growth of many Florida counties Committee the) property, and the name In
--:: '... .! __. I, DRIVE-IN ing': to what each community reserved judgment.The the speaker said. Alachua I letuIInK to for the Information ar follows which.. :It ace assesses Are us STEWING HENS LB. 23c

-. -- nccri.s. court awarded Dorothy County schools have as many )I 1'1'10anti\ n\lrtlnn. of Certificate. No. ail Year of
IIO!:: OPEN SUNDOWN Clay County has been operating Parker $4,000 for the loss of as 40 students! in some classes ulI or persons. removing anyIH'r Issuance. ., I'.lilJ.of No. 1 FRESH MULLET LB. 19c
*= ":t. such a project under and awarded leael'Iillen| Property
nt: Show Begins at 7 1 .l\I. her daughter and students are being taught nhniMwry, flowers, or any 174:1.: H"4..t' k\4..r: .[ Sl".-'4 Kx:
-.: '. .. .1 direction of CUBB for the past $5,000: to Freeman for the loss In Improvised classrooms setup oilier* orniunnnt, or niirterlul 1 A In Ml-J: Cor. Sec. 26-5-2.! !. PIG'S FEET 2 LBS. 25c
]if r.11)h.. { I .j ADMISSION months. The county has for lows of 1 Name In which. HtfHiitttl. < Kob-
1 $3,000 ,
lic eight of his wife in hallways auditoriums -------
ia( \11? or engaging In. act of .
,,1. L } \ t. Adults 75c Students 6Uc( : received a $70,500 grant to Kathy. and $4,000 for any ithlte. .
: tl tloC I his child and other makeshift quarters vandalism.. at Crosby Lake All of said i propene, being In FRESH
wfi: .ears O4l Children Under 12 Free operate four centers in Green damage and injuries sustainedby he declared. Cemetery .the. County or Bradford, Slum
Park Florida NECK BONES LB. 19c
t of
Springs -
: I I Cove him "Wo. the people, are largely ,\II 'I.lIe having. such information riiloHH' such certificate or curtlfkltteil -!
..:: .:: SUN. MON.\ TUES. FUI.. SAT., SUN. Clay Hill, and( Penney I to blame" Sen. Cross said' muy contact thSheriff'H shall be! recleeintMl +ai .
= MARCH,8, 9 i), 10 The Bradford County Commission '' ,'ul'dlLo/ law the property de-''i: LOOSE WEINERS OR
:: MARCH 10, 11, 12 I under a new amend Hampton Man : pointing out that Alachua''' Office In the court- Hc-rlliMil In such L'lInt.atl' orLertlflfiitOH
Economic County voted down a bond Is- house, phone, Oft 1-6280 und will be Huld to the!t GA. RED HOTS LB. 39c
: Double Feature Program ment of the Office of '' lilKliKHt bidder, at tho court holiHti+
z rlnlm
LIZABETH' opportunity Act, Is the Faces ChargesOf sue for schools last year by I the reward. door on the rust Miriuluy Inl
M 0 Vpnanls/ A luUtenant twin Vf.iMit. PiodudlM I a 'body to mflrgin of 57 votes. I Deputies lire now 1 patrolling Month .ol. Aurll 1IMIS. which IH, '
designate '
TAYLOR( i il LEE MARVIN njjenov 1 to community aetloniitcney. Cross said that School the cemetery at Internal the. let day of. April U08., I IUItt..1
act as a Assault Illla. 20th day of February I' I.
CUBB now. acts as Boards should not be vindictive and will drome any UO 1BI'luitleH! I
:: l MARLONBRANDD "POINT BLANK"ANGIE { /( community action agency in rehiring teachers be-, Information. leading; to the I A liarhy
the assault with Intent arrest of tliine Ch"'I.f"t ''ii < uit t'uutt, '( il.1I I
in: Bradford, Baker, Clay, and Charges of cause they too are partly to responsiblefor Bradford" (I County,, Florida COMPUTE LINE OF GROCERIES
i 4 e.-vI 'S.'mi rdt.w Union Counties. Under the newimendment I to murder have been filed blame for the present situation. such a4't' I 1-7 t 4t | 607 E. BrownleeIMPORTANT
Board could igalnst Earl Cox, of Hampton. ,1' Ii a-2'1L
the :
a __ ___
i !HE JOHN HUSTOM.'if \ designate Itself. CUBB a )>1'1- Cox was arrested on a com- The senator said that he I m
r .PRODUCTION to Braford Deputy"' Sheriff -
STARK ale group) or decide not olalnt by voted for the controversial
<< :March 1. .
take part In the poverty pro- Robert Green on school bill passed at the special -
:10EFLECTIDNS A 10-day notice and a County Judge: Theron Yawn set session although it con-
: h"alnlIs urnm.; \ required before the bond at $800 for Cox's appearance tnlnpd some bad Inequities. :::
:: :. designation is made. in court on March "Much: of the objection of our l' '
OLDEN\ The Board agreed Wednesday The aisault is 1 reported to educators to the bill is based :-f tF-rRl-fw-t
: neigh-
at a
at Dir. Ileney's suggestion have taken place on opposition to the millage .
\to set its next regular bor's, home( following an argu- rollback" Cross said, adding .
: EYE i 3, for In the course of a scuffle .
monthly meeting! April ment. that he believed this part of ( >> : \t

..-Yd.--.=. -- .; wuaa,: n da In Plnl.llien-ind pW l DICKINSON MtttocolorPLUS however members designation the hearing that Indicated nt and CUBB that to time.Wednesday is make favored.Board the Green's fired, a the revolver by statement.neighbor Cox shot according was allegedly woundedby to mills the Is actually bill on[putting county unconstitutional.a school ceiling levies of 10]] : FEED'J'.Y uL ,.. A N N 0 U J C I+..j l 111 11 E N 11 ss.FEECyxo :?l o e'

"The rollback has the effect
of )penalizing those counties
Fellowship Club Crosby LakeCemetery that were trying to do the : .d )

a.. THE MIRISCH CORPORATiON To Hear GeologistThe Fund l most for those their schools that were and doing rewarding \-,?: TO THE l- .. .::.

..- I Fellowship Club of Key Totals $1,084The the least," Cross said. '

i..- p1rNnnVan1Yie t. will hold its He pointed out that Plnellas
e stone Heights Crosby Lake Cemetery:
County would be forced to reduce -
covered dish luncheon meetingin Fund reached a total of $1,08.1this Farmers And Live Stock i
.I the Masonic Hall at 12:30 week with contributions received its! school millage from 19
e wei to 10 mills, and would have aVic
,,I Thursday, March 14. from tho following: '' .
lJ lHnIn'of" --'only'fl.254
tt anniversary of Leo A. Clay ,
The second( Mr. and Mrs!
the club will tae celebrated at Cottondalo. Aln.; Mrs. Rurlc school moneys even after re-
r .- IFitiIIY this time. Guest speaker will A. Wells Jacksonville. Flu; Delving increased state fundi

? .... be Tom ournar geologist with George W. Roberts, and Dr. J. On the other hand Duval Producers Of This Area
; if'! 'I'TTTi I A WALTER MIRISCH PRODUCTION ,: the DuPont Company. W. RI' wnlee both of Starkc County where school( mlllagp:
_CIIlOR., u PANAVISlON' UNITED that all members After reviewing the work to was low. would gain $5% million
;: 1 jarasa 1 M61AN' ;;;;;;;,;.aAr/4Nn; !\\nt1iil! .......ARfiSTS. '. I It.is hoped will make a done, the Committee has he said. I ISpn.
--: IUI"JIUIIIIOI'fIUII1IIIIIlIOI.-ImUlIII :: and friends be
..C5I !
:: .
; special effort to attend this determined that all contributions CI'OSSltatl'd/ that Brad

3 ILr I I Interesting meeting. received can be used to ford County would receive
: -- advantage\ either in the present $060.000 in new state funds
== : or for' Installing I under the bill. (1-to( railed The STARLING FARM SUPPLYIS
( ( program:
water at n later date. Telegraph/ after the meeting.
i I Jackson BuildiDig Supply Those, who wish to contributein however to correct this statement '
tho work which will soon saving that he had misplaced '
hi In progress, may send clon.iUonn his notes and was quot- NOW DEALER FOR
:: OF. STAHKK);, 1'LA., INC. to: Mrs. John Simpson ing from memory. The correct

./' S. Water St., Starke, Fla.Woman's figure Sen. Cross said,
206 was
i ::::_ ('or, N. Cherry & Weldon Sts. Behind ISijj Dad I"hone J 9i)(jfi07Rc ) $690.303
for Bradford accordIng Our Complete Line Of F-R-M FEEDSFOR
Club to Butted CommissionI
: =,. OPE I lea J.I
WE fA s i Sen. Cross said that educators -
*< CEUnINC To Sponsor also objected to the bill

j because they charged its property BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE, '

Queen Contest tax relief was for the :
f eMe t benefit of large landowners. HOGS, HORSES AND PET FOOD 1

: = The Senior! Woman's. Club "There Is no doubt that we

e toI e.r...,.. I Ir will sponsor the annual Sh'awberry -

r..oor. Id connection Queen Beauty with the Pageant Bradford Clay County Received Fresh Direct From Our

i i-r! County Fair Inter tills Wet-Dry Petition
i 'Pt.": month It wall announced. yesterday !!- Mi11ByTruck--------
oil s'pea+ -ca by Mrs. Guy Sale piisl- Ready For Board I IfN

< trcrne p dent, (of f the club.Cochairman .

i FOR EVERYTHING of the event i the Ralph Green Thomas Cove attorney for BAGS OR BULK .
Springs Jay- f
werer da\ will be Mrs V. J. Spengler cees said that petitions calling ,,. ,., i"T
: MARCH SPECIAL :Mrs. Maurice\ Wlngate. with
"i a wet-dry election In
1 twii ? Mrs. Veda Fish Dopson, form-
: e SPECIAL THIS Strawberry Queen assisting Clay County are in order for

i r PYA LATEX I WEEK: in'r Contestants directing the residents will pageant.be limited within next Commission presentation, > :Monday. at to its the meeting County .; L HIGH QUALITY FEEDS

.! For. Inside and Outside Use Wall l';l ellinJt this year of to 25 miles of Starke Thomas said it appeared ,
t 2s' that almost 1.000 voters approximately -I MEANS BIGGER
j i HE(;. $5.01:> (GAL Assorted Patterns Mrs. be Sale staged said. Friday The pageantwill night 40 per cent of the "1' PROFITS
i NOW FROM. March: 29. as a highlight of theroutday the petitions registration asking had for signed an ,

fair to program.enter the con- election. STARLING FARM SUPPLY CARRIES
i *:' Thomas said/ that under the
$ test may ''be addressed to P. O.
$389tAI.r.Ol $295SHEET law. It appears that the Commission A COMPLETE
> : < IJI'c Box 526:> Starke. can. either check the OF WILSON -
P. J. Novak fair manager, petitions Itself
rt or turn them
1 that Richard & TOOMER
announced yesterday over to the Supervisor (of Elections t
r j a e I will serve as chair-
i for cheeking. He said

e e a u man of Fair the Talent highlight.Contest This another there signers had remove been a drive their to names have COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS ,

1 event will be staged Thursday from the petitions, but estimated I

1 SPECIAL -- 3-PIECE BATHROOM SETS night, March 28 lone' so that thus only far.aboiit Only 50 25 had percent AND OTHER FARM SUPPLIES

DisturbanceDraws of the total( registration.
1s needed to call the election.
1 WHITE AND COLORS 3 ChargesThree p

GRADE A AND: FROM $$6500 charges have been, warrant signed by Deputy '

f FREHJIIT I1AMACKD:\ __ UP) placed against a Marietta Fla. Sheriff Glen Moore. He is 4 FLINT RIVER )MILLS Inc.
Lee, In
Newton a
man, Aubrey under $300 bond on each .
MARC: E. JACKSON at Van's Truck F1i': .
SEE OR CALL US TODAY listurbance Dharge. FEEDS'U'.J' 'E
1.'I: :\IAN D. GREEN Sunday :;. .. ,
i Stop north of Lawtey. The Sheriff's Department was ...'... .. ...- --'"
:March 3, according to the Bradford inmmoned by the manager' of BAINBRIDGE GEORGIA .
c If we ain't got it, and we can't get it, you don't need it! Sheriff's Office. I I the: restaurant and Deputies : : .

Lee Is charged with carrying, lobert:: Green and Moore an- ,, ;or .-.J .......

Ls J[ JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY It concealed weapon dlsplnvnc : ..vered the enll. | ..-. !!:':'- ,..- I !. )
.n dangerous weapon, andIstu'bing Tile. defendant will be ar- _I
: the pence (on three I ilgned on Plea flay :March 26

": .
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v- .1i? .a : -'UT' '

q :7JJ .,-.- Q..w :'Y,;: ". v. :" .... rssF.OR'A M FREE INSPECTION CALL,... ON1ROt' /
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MARCH 7. 1968 OTMTNTT TRMCaRArTt. MARitI!:.. FLORIDA) ____-_--_m- __ Sect!-n Cne Page ,"".
-:-. -s- : s-, y"lIE ---'

..Bolles"Elim"inates I Group way: RIGHT youwrite.'POINT.JL9'. Come i '&lIe in

Tornadoes 54-53 In Playoff I Ilea 'l'ER and select ROOK your fountain favorite).. >eD.BS-


of Jacknonvllla edgedord' i Jumper from the top of the I ally closed the gap, outscoring The Tornadoes then had the topped aU scorers., I I
Tornado caper 54l -I key went in'"and then rimmed Boll s'\' 13-12 in the third per ball out with 10 seconds re The Tornadoes ended the who' believes he is Included In.
l'>ltn, the final seconds of theG1Imiftary out and a tip-In of the shot iod and 16-15 In the fourth. maining. They brought it down season with an over-all 16-9 "'Reflections In A Golden Eye' any of these groups, or knowsof 1 I \OTICR Bradford OP 1IRAH1MOThu County Board
contest of the also missed almost as the final' But they were off their normal fast and passed it to McKnlffht' record. some one who IJ, should getIn lit f'ounty (''ommlMHloner will
I A Group 4 Tournament I buBser sounded to end the season form and the come-from-be- at the top of the key. The Statistic, i I Screens At Florida Sun.-Tuese touch with Mr. Fontana. He I hnvc. a public henrlriir. i>r the
inpranffo Pak Friday, Marchto for hind erf Bolles .._____ in in Starke from 9:30: pui'i OH0 of (lenlg-natlntc 4! com--
I* Coach Warney Adkiit* (art cost them fouls ai sophomore guard took hs: 12 17 12 1 -54 untlll munlty Action. Airvncy, 'Jt1: their
end 1968 basketball locale son and his'Tort1do five. : they fought for the ball. The shot, which looked good but BHS ._____.... 8 16 13 18-53BCL.LE3 I 11:30: a.m. each Monday and I ri-Kiilnr monthly mvaUjnu; the
After ''being Idle for two Tornadoes ended with 22 field rimmed. out of the basket. A MoQeehee 0-6-6; / 'Reflections In A Golden mander. Friday to assist! residents!! of )IJ'"tJ',1., on April art] 1'JiIHHt\ County 0:30A.M. :
he Jacksonville! team went weeks when the statewide\ < goals to Holies' :19 but were tip-in of the shot also failed Tomlinson 4-7-15, Hornbuckle12jt26 Eye' with Elizabeth Taylor The filmed version of the Bradford County. I i.'ourthoitra.: In tho Urudfnrd.. 'tAll

Saturday night In a second teacher walkout'cat eled most beaten. 10-9 at the .free throw and the 'buzzer ended the ganse. Davis! 1-0-2, Skinner and Marlon Brando. Julie Carson McCullers' noel] is a roHidante and, oriranl!! atlnni -
rrtller' to edge Stanton Volitional basketball games, the Tornadoes line. "It was a good shot boys 2-1-0; totals 19-10-04. I Harris, and Brian Keith, playsat Warner Bros.-Seven Arts release CHURCH OF ODD vltcil. to In attend thtt) Community thin hourlnx are unclvxprvim In-
of Jacksonville 69- 7 played rU' .dly. Thy, I BoUts was holdjng a steady It could have gone either way BHS 1fcLeod212, Chandler the Florida Theatre here In Panavlslon and Tech- th"lr views| ..at the i
three overtimes to take the trailed BoUia' .12 after the four-point edge going into the and it fell out." Coach Adkin- 3-0-6, Jackson :5414. 'Mercer I Sunday-Tuesday. March 10-12. nicolor. 422 N. Clair St.. Start.. iliiHHtlon. ..r will what recflve group this or oup 4 championship. Stanton first eight minutes and were fourth; period when BHS's son told his players In the 4-1-0 Williams 3-0-6, Mc- Miss Taylor, twice-winner Terry Moore, Jan Murray, Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Iffnutlcm. > : =
4 beaten Orange Park In the down, five points, 24-29 at half- Larry Mercer hit one of his dressing room. Knlght: 2-2-6; totals 22-9-33. of the Academy Award ;for and Sue Ann Langdon star Services, 11 a. m. and:! 7 l n. I.. Hhufnril, ::
( ond preliminary contest Frl- time. (our long 90-footers, making It9U. "The layoff hurt us" Adkln- Boll 3 will meet Lake CityIn Best Actress, portrays the wife with the newcomer Paul Man- p. m. YPE: : Wednesday 7 p. m. ,'halrnuin. ', Kciird. of rt

y night. Fighting: back In a do-or-dl'e $ ''A;foul on Bollej; gave lon said after the game "We the second game, of the of an Army major: Brando 1 tee, tIle sharpest secret agent Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7 p. :"'''lilY, .omnilMHloners) f'ounty. ., S Sriniilf'iril
Sophomore David McKnight's effort the Bijr Red<< five the Tornadoes the ball and were ready to play last week Class A Region 1 Tournament ani:! mistress of the commander of them all, in 'A Man Called ni.-Rev. L. S 'N/illlams past, : r'lmrli'H A. DnrhyS
&TII.1 Harold Chandler, playing pivot, but we showed we weren't to- Friday nght! Mar th 8, In Lake of the southern Army base Dagger' on one end of Friday or. I clerk'' to Hoard ;:.
hit a turn-Around jumper from night, especially' in the first City Nicevllle nnd Pensacola I Keith 1. She is a rather racy and Saturday's, March 8 and;! lJ.'
"ONE" PLAN PROTECTION the top of the key to tie It up. quarter." wll! meet in the first game. sensuous Southern girl who is 9, double bill 'Sullivan's Em- I
i Then a Belles field goal and Bruce Jackson had 14 points The state cage tourneys will passionately fond of horseback pire' with Martin Milner and
two Tornado foula saw the Jax and a dozen rebounds for be played :March 15 and 16 In riding, eating and other men. Clu Oulnger as the Sullivan
: for everything : I team go aheJid 44.41 with about Starke and Paul :McLeod had Gainesville in the Universityof .Julie Harris plays the semi- Brothers in a he-man jungle

....' two minutes and that looked 12 points. Hornbuckle's 26 Florida gym. invalid wife of the post com- film fills the other end.
like It for (the Tornadoes. ._
frLifc Health Home Car But !tlc ard Williams came -- Join The Wise

} i I shot down: a"the 20-footer side in through a rush and the Brooker School Survey Aired Many More In County Now Buyers -. Everybody's

1 all through one bucket, I
i Bollea brought the ball In Eligible For Social Security
I HF and It WOo promptly ball hawked At Board Tuesday n Saving
MatI 'toy an alert Harold Chandler .
: I who picked It and rifleda Many additional people] In dent Johnson In January 1008. %
Bradford County are now eli Mr. ''Fontnna said It Is Important
bank. hot through the cords.It .
PUN was the quickest four pointsof Brooker Junior High school James Bloodworth for prompt I gible for monthly social security to locate theRe people and
the game and put the Tornadoes grounds have for years taken action in pouring concrete be- benefits, according to Ralph help them fllo a claim for thee
ahead 43-44. up more acreage than actually tween the band hall and cafe I Fontana, Field Representative benefits. The persons in Bradford -

.CHECK But Chris Hornbuckle' who belonged to the Bradford tens Bloodworth said It is a for the Social Security Admini- County who may. mw be
stration In Bradford County. eligible' ] for benefits Include:
led all'' scorers with 26 points School Board two residentswere great improvement.( He asked I
put Bolles back In front 46-43. told Tuesday by Surveyor about a covered walkway the! They were made eligible by the 1. Dtanbled widows or widowers
SAVE TIME Starke'a tall Jackson then left Merrill MacMillan. PTA also requested and was 1967 Amendments to the Social age 00) to fi2 who become -

(AND MONEY. TOO) the game with his fifth fould ..J. W. Kelley and.C, J. told lumber for that Is on the: Security Law slgnrd by Preal- totally UsnblcMl! 'he.fore or

CALL'I but Bolles missed the charity Stalnaker appeared before. t the way but (the order Is being delayer within 7 yearn after theirspouse's

chance. Paul McLeod didn't a Board to uk why a, corporation ] beoauuse special 10 and ) douth.
few second later when he sank placing subdivision adjacent ,,,,14 foot len thll.are needed. Island N. V.SpecialistSAlvin. 2. fei'Honn l who became dia-

BILL POWELL two free throws on a 1-and-l to the east side of the Howard abled bi-foro ngo 31, who, were 1I 1

situation to put the Tornadoesone school property was allowedto yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvy'NEWS Jr., whose parents live on previously don led benefits because I
47-43. take about 76 to 100 feet of they had not worked long
Route 1, Starke, fired expert
I Up To 3(5( Months To Pay ,
Phone 964-6464 401 W. Madison Si enough under social security.
Foul trouble did hit the Tor- land which for years has been \ ABOUT with the .45 caliber pistol! in I t.

'I Starke Florida nadoes then and with 22 sec thought to be school property. competition at Fort Hood, They lent worlt.can] now qualify with i hl COME SEE YOU'LL BE
onds left Bolles led 54-51, the McMillan was employed toy Texas, where he is a supply .
INSURANCE margin being charity shots. the School Board and paid $1- specialist in Co. D of the di- 3. Children" whoso mothel'IIhl'vc CONVINCED
I :Chandler hit a field goal for 400 several months ago to vision's 17th Engineer Batta- died, boc-ame disabled or i .,1 .1.1p
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. the Tornadoes and was fouled. survey the Brooker school lion. The expert rating Is the retired but who could not receive -i p We bsive one of the best TV
Coach Adklnson called time monthly benefits Technician in this Section.C. .
property since the Board eAC A AAAAAA 44AA 4 highest mark: a soldier can bl'caulloI I
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. resumed their mothers did not meet the
and whjyi: play was didn't know exactly what it 1
his quail
NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE CO. Chandler's free throw, which owns at that school. McMillanwho Staff Sgt. James E. Young, fica tlon on test.YOU. weapons work requirements. Children H. NASWORTHY
son of Mrs. Nina M. Perry, of that
would have knotted the score said may qualify for benefitsare
he has
home office: Columbus, Ohio j again, ,bounced off the front of I records Tuesday of surveys in more the Norfolk, Va. has arrived for those under 18. hn the rim. duty at Andrews Air Force 118 who are iI8'a-bl t --a- d become !
Brooker area than man
I any I Base, Camp Springs, Md. MAV I disabled] before their 18th f <
living said he established the ,_. rc'
A grraduate of Bradford birthday and those 'ibetween. "e'
lines as the Board asked. L&5
High School Sgt. Young Is a ages 18 and 22 who lire full-
You Can The surveyor told Kelley the jet aircraft mechanic with saveUP time students.

I lines were changed because the 89th Military Airlift Wing Anyone in Bradford County
that's where the survey showed .. .
Save .
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the special Air Force unit ----- -_ ------ ---.III. -
LLEI114IIQfttIii$ them to be. Kelley maintained which provides air transpora- I Ian
the school property line TO 200
I tion for the President and
should fall where fence adjacent
a -
KOCH'SAlways ;
to the school other top government officials. F c'jzrT !
propertyhas He is the husband of the financing
stood and where a line of car L : :9
former Olenda Underhill, of :: ; :
First In Quality tall oak trees still stands Starke. and insurance ) .
I School Board Attorney George -

____ .. Pierce told the two Brook- I through the _
JUUI'AN tfII V er residents it would take a Pvt. Eugene W. Pass, son of ..
Mrs. Bliss] O. pass of Starke,
-- :II court test'case to determinethe STATE _
has completed nine weeks of CAR
line if the survey Is not FARM
I j accepted by them but he said advanced Infantry training at
$1.49 the School I Fort McClellan.] Ala. The -
Liquid Board would! have
: ; ___
--p to show it holds some sort of Bourse, whirh simulates] Vietnam FINANCE PLAN r---: _," '1 :, ,,' ';, ; .;

: title] to( the property. Pierce I conditions,Includes training I, ', '" r
; did not advise the Board to In suh subjects as land -.1.
$1.49 MINIPOO MEDICARE navigation. communications, PIck the car you want-new >..
: test the survey. or that it had .
patrolling, UMxl. Then call m and tell me
guerilla and survival -
been assessed for taxes char
how much you need to cover
HEALTH ed to the Board. techniques. Pvt. Pass is tha unpaid balance.I'll help you
DRY SHAMPOO 99c The situation arose when a married to the former Beverly get a check for the dealer with
corporation composed of 10 Crawford of Starke. arrangement for a low-cost:
auto through cooperating
Brooker residents established
I a Airman 1st Class local The i ill !
George S. bank car yours
ALPHA KERI & KERI $.1.50 VALUE subdivision east of the schoolan Rozbora whose wife is the Find out today how State)

:! put UP a row of stakes former Nancy Zacek of Hamp- Farm's Car Finance) flan nay -
across! what was thought to 'voik for you.Calk
ton. has been
recognized for

Lotion $2.55DRY be encroach school property.about 10 The feet stakes onto S.helnlng Air Force his unit Outstanding earn the Unit U. MERRITTWILLIAMS \ %% '

I the Brooker school Softball Award. 1'V _

& fled.The! Airman Rozbora Is a missile

SKIN SPECIALSAVE property purchased by /guidance' and control special! 117 N. Walnut St. -
the corporation formerly
1st in the 381st Missile Wing
60c $4.25 Johnson & Johnson I owned by Clvde Cone, Attorney it McConnell AFB Kansas. Phone 901-5391$ ':
mUS I Pierce said who has paid His unit cited
14! was for meritorious -

FIRST AID KIT $$365.. ,I the taxes Kelley meeting on and it for apparently many Stalnaker years.still]left !1967.A oc1. .January service durlnar 1953 to the.June nero ITATI HIM MutUAL [&'0" ,...] \\V __

\ unsatisfied. Surt.: Tom Caseyor '11' ",
forme" res'dent of COMPANY
Waorln :-
the School Board did not
$1.29 Arrid Extra DrySPRAY I 'ers. Falls N. Y., he received -- HMMOfflCfl.'_1..'...IIIM.
1rir enter the discussion apparently ,
McMillan's an AAS degree from the
I accepting
Academy of Aeronautics Long ,
( I survey.
99c In other action, the.School

[ Board:
-Was' toM by Ernest Patz. Shop At Griffis Store
: president: of the Bradford
High Bind' Parents' Association "Where Quality IK Always Guaranteed"

$1.07 Score Liquid I that the organization 1 Is _

I broke and needs direct financial -

Bss'stance' for Instrument Year's biggest savings on Fairlane -
79C ,
HAIR repairs music, and minor uniform .. .
I repairs He was told no hardtops now. More car, more ,
wheelbase than 38 competing -
I funds are available] now ex- -
8 Oz. Evenflo : reot for( construction and that models for smooth ride. Look for .
I I the Board would consider the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY the White Tag at your .

I request when Its new budget Ford Dealer's today. --
is made in about 1.20 days. TASTEE WEINERS 3 LBS. $1.00 ,

BOTTLE 19cComplete -Approvea: month's sick Filrlin 2-Door Hirdto;
leave for Brooker Principal V. $1.00

: R. Fermson and appointed

With Nipple, Cap Disc Exclusive I Mrs. Hazel Barrel as his replacement -, WESTERN "ALWAYS MEATY"
I for the duration. I II NECK BONES 5 LBS. $1.00 1968 FIU LANE 2-DOOR HARDTOPWHITE

14 Oz. Colgate 100 I -Was told bv Bupt. Casey'
,, I that.. .17,415 in federal Impact. TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c
funHs for students of govern *. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

MOUTH WASH 83C :i Htalth I, m" <>nt employees attending 3LB.JAR TAG SPECIAL
SuppliesYour -
: school In:Bradford Count, has 390 WHITE TIRES

been releasM! and will be re! '
I celved' shortly. The county 1du RADIO AND HEATER

MARCH KITESlOc15c29c39c I ; to rceiv a total of about STEAK or CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c $2490 *.
: t34.c\M\ of mirti.. funds.Te'ide4 .
I to have the school BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1.00 STANDARD EQUIPMENT
ow. .t-tn1, motor vehicle In-

,I noected bv the county under U. S. Good Steak C FULL PRICE NO. C1525
the state's new motor( vehicle =
lOc Inspection" law rather than T-BONES
about 2.ftOO In 8 9

Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCs DRUG & i win purchase!lament! U would take the SIRLOIN ( I

Price. Filled by Fla. Registered I Binrd to "o Its own !Ins"4ci i
At A Reasonable Motors
Fresh Potent Drugs ROUND LB.
t'ons.' Thp-e I li' a nosribUltv erwillegar
I IA Pharmacist. At Koch's "Your Health is Our Main\ Concern. May We the" Botrm.v taVe over Its'

Fill Your Next Prescription? I own lnsr".,ctons.! Instead. of

Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon r"vi.,.. the coiintv M.75 per GRIFFIS STORE
i v."iVI, ,* each .I ljc months when ,
"Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and
KOCH DRUG STORE FREE DELIVERY ; a new' bus barn la constructed. SAM GRIFFIS Union Counties"Z04
omrHrne In the future.w
I PIIONE 961-6757 .. r-omDllmentrd!\ bv 625 East Brownlee 5 W. Madison St. Phone 9617200BRArFOUn

I Bradford High PTA President IJL5R I .
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i' meet sales and finance act Time To phone calls. Don't Give Up On Pines tre's.The damage from not'edJe'nst
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; Aid Of PCMiI;>! both h01l1'le'l' of the State You can deduct record- seldom, If ever, results In tree
,(Jhurch Comes To Aged Legialature 1(1st year, only to All Deductible keeping service fees manage- Because Of' Dying Needles mortality' The tree will later

I' be vl'tucd by Gov. II'e.! ) : Expense On Farm ment help, and attorney and .. outgrow the condition with the
Shaw: Hny" the bill Would tax consultant fees as welt as -- ncellles. No
Many pine treel, throughout off. Decause or tne poor ap- production of new
I In Home', hnvl' gllllr l\ long WilY toward I lIel'e's Marcbnd the need exPenses to exhibit at fairs North FIOl'IcJ.a have been 01>-1 pearance of Infected trees, IJ control measures are rC'Com'
Couple Saving
rflVegro I I ("I"hll1g" raclcet that: Jq fIc'ecIII I to face UP to Income tax re- and lost fal'm-buslness prop- served recently with clylJlg I close examination should be mended.
j mg) 1""l'icllnl11' uf an estimated erty such as wrenches!!, grease needles! advises County Forest- made before removing "dying"

:!;"Times and Hester Dommon, : $20: m.dlOIl annually.: tIe had port-fil1ng. soon runs, and chains, '.". or A _""_.Y., n ."..
f COllpl who were, ". plnimne(1. to r'I'Huhmlt the act But you can help yourself by If farm was hit by a '
;J8II' ( Negro ,.'II! : ri ; your This condition Is being prl-
.. to 1 he, rrent pcoJro I session taking fal'm-bus1n de'uCtions ':' -I SAFETY CHECK
bcUt! tO< loso their modest I storm or similar natural cata- manly caused by several fungus FREE CAR
J11e through foreclosure pro- : 0"1 .,( ii,o'"I fill": ring, but said to which you are entitled strophe, repair and cleanup dl'leaes' of the tine needles.
..lnR"I, will contlnll8 to have, ,' ;- : %{ : I tillS w.e. ) that (emphasis on Dr. Edwin W. Cake farm cost afterward are deductible The condition or uneedlecasl"
> root over their hondl!, thanks ::tIi.[ ; I elu/ltHln, ( (1"I'gpncloB! ( crowded management .peelalst FlorIda Claim all the legitimate deductiOns 18 most severe on slash pine Let us help you pt your cur In ],l'rfect con.dition -

ala 11 Reno church congregritlon.ho :. '" : I Oul tOy t 11m) ,. I hIlt hI' hud hoped Agricultural :Extension you have, Dl' Cake IJobloUy, longleaf, pond and 'before the new

Dmmons wCle victims: t l'I', 'I on t Ihp Rd.Tn Service, says. advises shol'blcaf pine lire also affected

: the SO-CRlled "home repair ;'1't Ihl' I1":11'hllt': home011. -,I Fertilizer, feed and seed and by the fungi.Noedlecast!. STATE INSPECTION LAW

.s'ket". In which some Un- ', jMJ1 ., .." ('v"\'whm'c" are. warned;; other chemicals are deductible gives the tree a
'IIIulnus& opt'rntol's al'l' 1100dlIklng c.. Items. But so axe farm and Adjustable Vinyl Boo5 scorched Goes Into effect \\'p ,,ill In"pN.t lighte, horn, brakes,
t nol to ,,1 igii contract or a.ppearance. The 11\-
un811RlorUng, home.wncra any : breed organization dues farm Covers All Sizes 30 cents' 83. acted needles turn. brown tires shocks at no cost to yOU Drhe III today No
''Itlll') ) :' legal d'f'ument' without' at The Tele apb.
of dollars
I ot miUlonR iiagazine subscriptions, and from the tip toward the base obligation.
", tho reading I it t I1ml understanding
flThiually throughout n.a.n 1%
business!! extension telephones and frequently shed or !break
thoroughly all oC its pI'ovlalon!! I In farm buildIngs and long-
Ftl\rtlng out to have a little It ,I distance farm-buslnellS tele-: WE I WEEK ONLY
.1 jiAr: work done on the frontS \ hAVE A STORE FULL OF SPECIAL THIS

'cl\of their Pine Street home .
.; !NO' 0. job they thought I FURNITURE

.. Zt. around $450 the Dom-I '1 I FROST:: END AlIGNMENT Dunlop ht LIne Full .a-Ply
.' .J ...cns wound tip, through the I DO YOU NEED THAT WE MUST SELL (l\lot American Cars) Tires IMt Tire ICA'g. Price

.-. 2'rus-pocus of a fast.tlllking 4'i: I Met 1.'ow In Tow Out and 2nd Tire 'A(, Price plus 'ocl.
:: .lWlPrntor, with a $1,982 mUI.te -, .- : .*. SAWDUST AND REGARDLESS OF PRICE Correct Cuter and Camber, Tax .t Sales Tax tend Trade
their home. After,
Off Your Car -
., Bal. 2 Front Tires
-.. :m king 17 monthly pnymenti,I s c SHAVINGS Wicker, Ratan, claw feet reclining chair bachelors I, Parts and Labor Extra If hu'kl'l\lI or Whitewall
:. 21.60 each, they decided I
chest. Furniture
::: :m: quit paying last summer,' FOR YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES appliances of just about any Needed BUY 2 TIRES
4 I.. kind must go. So come on out to Fennell's Bargain

., I FOIL Dl\mnrATE: DELIVERY CALL Center. 'Ve have some good ba.rgalns for you this ONLY $888 SAVE 25%
oc: .. week.

: 2 V/ides/ Proclamation 1 LINDBERG HENRY

I. Custom Made For Chamber Of Commerce Week/ 7J2.730: :; LAKE CITY n4 miles S. 301. Starke Phone 964-5957 I Starke 312 W. MadisonSTlmo

F'\I' Florida LivinirtiVou

Get More\ :Mayor Carl Hurst has given issued. a statement sollltlll
oCtlrlll1 recognition to the week 'Our many Chambers of Comm p

.pc of March 24-Z3O as ChAmber of rct' across. the Nation whi. II
:: .. No Salaried Dr Commlssloned Commerce Werk and urge
mpl/YeeJI Starko re"ldent td .i\ctept...there"ponslblllty day to day problems of mod

-. .0&:; of learning more era living. They are the. ner'.T.
:: DAD & BRAD LARSEN about their local thamber: Its centers of local 'ftorts fo

: LIKE TO WORK purpo, accomplishments, and commun.lty development. The:
: .. goals for the future. are the tlmeoket'pl'a or progres:

: -o2 YOU Benefit! Mayor Hurst signed the proc. at the hometown. Icve! --- -

.... lamatlon In the pl'ef\lffi\ of CC In his proclamation, Mayo I USED VACUUM e1eel1ers as-

-.. I'. _______ prl'sldent D. W. 'Whlffen''a':' the I Hurst said that the Starke If find CARL .BEGGS conditioned $15 up. 10 dIfferent
...- you your name among the Classified Ads 5
regular monthy Board.nf i v'leornol's I Bradford County Chamber 0 Gulf Service name brands to choose from.
::: 4&u Slz "n Display I Parts .Ie excellent. repairs a16makes.
meeting.. attemf d by'Commerce has taken 11ft activi come to the Telegraph office and receive
: :z 8-10-12 Wide, more than 20. repreieofatlves part, In all phases of the (nun TWO USED PARTS KIRBY' Al..oES &. : a a

... .. 1fl th of thl' chamber:. .__'.,..:' I IGov. tv's development, and Its mon FREE IJASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top PrIcee for Wrecked fDu'. SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gatne!! S
; and Expandable8) Claude Kirk signed 0.1Mlmllar than :;!OO members' "have beeiIrb I 24 Hour Wrecker a.rvlere nIle 3767110. tfehs
forefront of worthwhile .. Theatre Passes In. I
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: ua-; and President Lyndon! earlier1 on I civic project undcrtakerhere. tI I Fuel Oil I STARTING new classes for
." our late comel's. Tap, E'1l1et,
.:.:. l New and Used :. HASTINGS MATTRESS AAA 8 & n OPNII lJtlmptHWT. AC1'O, etc. Ph 964-1098. ttchg

a .. & 2101 N. Waldo
: :: f-Yr. financing available 8-1998
and failed to contest the i- 'their. ale! In their hour nneecl. 110 LemOll S& Palatka 1
w Up to U words ....:_.:.," 1.2l
= : j Use Our Rental-Pur- suing foreclosure proceedings They are also gratl'f\l (Minimum charge) Furniture Repaired Merrill StMllh JIMMY l\IOOUE'S I
brought:( by 11 .tackllonvme. financo to Rep. Shaw for his effort Upholstered & Refinished .
: .:&c.base''' Plan--Payments eompanythaV( :-1'iad' in their behalf. "I think he' Ea'cli word over 15 _.. .01 : LACY CONWAY SUN SPORTS
_.- -=Under $50 Per 1\lonth\ bought the inflated mortgage wonderful" says ven.erobl, MAn"RESSES REBUILT FLYING SERVICII! I ( CONSOLE
lit 1cllscol1n t from the con"h'aetor. Hester Dom mba. Extra charge II nut New Innersprings FLIGHT INSTRU ON. ..ur.1 YOUR MONEY TAKE UP PAYMENTS on 2-

'Shaw, who has been terre paid In advance ___ ..3,3MemorImcle .i1d Box Springs plane re'll.tals.' Oreyhcund Bill Starke Ph, 961-1J791 month-old beautiful Stereo

II IIS I Their, home ''WIll' "clve.rUsed sentlng, without fees' n num Drop U. A Card or Call Ct'.arter Keep your party together SERVICE Console like new. 4-speed re-
r ?lQWl sale 103t December, and it 11 cord changer. Balance due
for her of area families caught nllltions PALATHA EA 5.9186lRs. charter a buA. Phone I
I Iii looked like a bleak Christmas fraudulent housing repair contracts 964-6090. tfchg Like new 1966 Speed Four I $68, or $8 per montb. AlsG!!

for the Dommons. until Rep, saow his home Improve 1 cents pt'1" word !. PEGGY 811ALLEB 8.. hp. Else start Evlnrude good buy on COLOR TELEVISION -
4 :Mobile Home Sitea Gene Shaw, who has aided other VhS) Eo Adldnll St. INSURANCE Only $599. -l\ercury 650- Phone COLLEXT

: ... AVAILABLE Bradford County property CAllUS OF THANKS S.r1Ee Agent AT REDUCED RATES I 85 hp Eleo Start Only $550 I Jacksonville, 353-1046, any-

.... Full ONners In similar circumstaneeg Service AUTO, FInE, BOAT time: ak for( CI'edlt Manager.
1 .,..L. Lake Privileges obtained a court order\ Prompt 50 word'. or 1 Ias* --. 8.00 DOYLE E. CONNER Will deliver no obligation. A-
i homestead Exempt- sale. I.II I. FOR RENT unfurnished 3''
de1t\ylng INSVJIANdE AGENCY 1 Warehouse. 1606 Main St..
i Each word,R'er M __ ,
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i -. ,. Financing It was them that the church I II For Repairs i I tfchgPUMPS bedrom house, Convenient to Jacksonville, Fla. 4Lchg 229;
i I shopping area. 417 W. Call St.
< rol1p )learning ot the Dom-
L Lake Geneva I 11I0n, plight throuR'1I newspaper ., I.AUGE OR SMALL: I,L, SILVER SANnS) LAKE Call 47i-6278: Collect. tfchgJOHNSctrS Bobby L. Taylor

a stories, entered the plc.ture :- $2.700 to $3.500: (
And negotiated a. bank i NEW
GATOR nONE LAKE Fla.-New and nearly new la- TO LEARN." Register Now.
'loan : settlement ,
: I of $6:50 for a
railer Sales with the. f.lnance .company,! CO. $3,575 to .1.275 SALES.PARTS-SERVZCE dies'. mena' and chn} rens', Adult Education classea. Ele-

4 ., _' hlludled by Rep. S1181W. I II EASY TERMS Deep & Shallow Wells clothes and shoes very chea)). mentary and Secondary.

: c:. oEout.1OO': : One :\lUe SI''; I I The Dmmons\ are .grateful Ph. 964-5039 See S. E. McKay Water Softeners & Filters 8tp 328; Phone D6I-53U or 964-6150.
i 'P>1I n"IVhta ; to Allen. Chapel .A.'WE. Church Kerstono Heights ,Expert Service On FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 ltchgBACIcIIOE
Open SUn. & I
,j ..gp Evpnlnsr:1I: Iits pllll.tor* Rev L, A, Sampson.anI TOOLS AND n3-41-10 or .n3-41.a. : All Makes bath concrete block home In
-; its rnenilbers for comll1J1l to i Phones 478-4816 Phone Phone 964- DOZERS
964.7061DUIRANCE Saratoga Helgh.ts.
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; FOR RENT ready for occupanr.y. 3 bed- i
i ford County Telegraph. Phone
tE I outside room I 4 of bath.city 7..icatcd limits! just InP1nebreeze. a64-605.; tf I SPIDCIALIZING In sales of, ERS CAREY'S: Antiques FLORIDA bought TRAD-and DRAG LINE. ',z YD.

; ;lerwillegar MotorsHEADQUARTERS DID YOU KNOW It'3 easy to Easy rronthl:; 3 bedroom home In the Real E"t"ate and In appraisals sold' Top cash paid for Fine

own a Longcnamp Home? terms. Longchamp Coast Co try. PrIced to sell. coun-I for estates, corporate and Individual Furniture -Olassware. HwY 17 .
Better built for Florida liv- Contact BufC1'd Mitchell ownera. ::10 years eK.perlence Green Cove Springs, Blandlnlt
2 bedroom home In the city
a( z ing. Your )plans l or ours pone 984.6853 P. O. Box ; Must &ac1"lIce. In Florida land mat.LetS. Blvd. Orange Park. tfchg Ditches
Your lot or ours. contact Bu- 238 St.arke. Ueber A J. Thomas, Realtor, Dug
ford Mitchell, phon: 964- 235 acres. Partially Improved. Starke, Fla. ttchg FOR RENT-I bedroom furnIshed Lots Cleared

6853, P. O. Box 238, tarke THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- REAL ESTATE apartment for couple.

tlc:'" tifully engraved 14 gold 01sliver. BUY- SELLTRADE Also 3 bedroom unfurnlsheq FiJI Dirt
; MAKE TOfU howe In surburb6. W, 11, Noll-
$1.25 for box' of 25 In. BILL POWELL ;
YOUR BEST': n.\lHMI AO-. cludlng envelopes. Bradford Real Estate MOVING DAY! I man, 510 N. Cherry tfchg
liLT n.IC ASn? GENERAL County Telegraptl. tI Move Your Insurance n T1
tot % Madisca St. 'Bob'Daley
EDUCATION C'L\SS"S.: ENROLL Business To LOSE WEIGHT safety with I. t.

NOW ELEMENTARY. NO. 600 --,'L01UDA FARM I IXint. Phones: Off. 984.6464WE "The Man From Dex.A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c

''ASI) SF.C'osn\uv. I'hone 80-acre farm: 40 acres at Mitchell Droll's. 4tp 3'1'
I BUY used furniture appliances Keystone"GEORGE
!961-53i4 961-6t50. Itchlt'I 40 wooded
or I. Improved pasture
wells or anything of value E. FOR SALE OR TRADE ::5
plne.1 2 deep
11 I NEW l\IflBILF: HO\IES.: Chic- fenced cross fenced. Fine 80' Dahmera Discount House, D64- LaRUE room frame house on 'Va acre

kasha 20' x 24' wid!!. Buddy.rlc'miimi barn. cement blodt 7923. Ucltg lot, good location, 2 mIles west
Layton travel, trnJlI ranch: 1 rn,3., .4 brm.s-bath. HOUSE For Rent-4 bedroom INSURANCE AGENCY of Green Cove Sprln ., good 117 South :Jrd St.
condition, for $7500, Call
I 's. LIIfOrtv. Tn 'Jor. Azllea.nuy ; I Auto Fire
01\3 heat. Panelled L. R. w- unfurnished. Palatka
furnished Fla.
e or Gainesville 312-32:51: after 7p.m. ,
pll, lI'tcle. Year banlt fl'nanclng. Homeowners1.lfe
: free act and, deIIvt'ry. fireplace. Ideal location-near central heat and air-condi- 2tp 3-7
FOR ALL MAKES up I Phone 325-3496
DUCK.1YE TRAILER town, schools college A Fam- tioning. Wall to wall carpet. & Accident
Ily Man's Farm: f33,500. Jeystone Heights FOR SALE 1962 Falcon
Ph 964-1389 or
"I.\RT. 1NZ.: ::: 6012 ;BlandinI'771..87711. '\, 468.1152.tfchll' I
Terms.No. 473.-1692 station wagon as is. Will take
I : ArID MODELS Lac ltrhl'\'\ 625-20 acre poultry farm.. ; -I bet_n. off..r.unn. Phone_ 964-:1036. It\ STARLING
FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Re- 4 bldgs. 3 bedroom CBS home. -
frigeration Service. home and On U. S Hwy. $24,750. Terms.No. necessary. Apply In FOR SALE OR TRADE for SINGER nl.\L-O-U.'TW: i FARM: SUPPLY

I Commel'cial. Phone 473-3000-- 636-Fla. Ret. farm. cBS person after 2 p.m. Trail Motel land, Duplex. Will finance. 841 CONSOLE MODEL SEWING Phone 961-601,2,

Fcrrell Hinson, Truck Specialist, Sez: p. O. Box 1 10. Keystone. tfch". home, 3 bedrooms, dining a Restaurant, Lawtey 2.1Dolph Arlington Rd., Jacksonvl11e. machine. Must place In your'1 Seed Feed I Fertilizer

: p cI c-- l'oom. 41,' mites town $11,500. 2tchg 2tp 3-6 area. A-I shape. Zig ZaltH, SIIEI.Un; CORN
NEWLY DECORATED 2 bed- Good teM1Ul. Reddish makes buttonholes, fancy de-
FOR SALE Live Bait, $:J.20 cv'rFRM
room house tn Hampton, 3 STROUT RlCAIJI'Y buttons,
I .1 signs sews on ap-.1
Worms, and tackle. 24
blocks from new elementary 2117 N. Temple Ave", JOIINSON'S STORE pliques, monograms, etc. Sold
hr. aervlce. Lester Prevatt, 813
I school. $30 month Call !trs. Starke, Fla. WAWO ELORIIA new for over $300. MUST $1.00() 5(O) lb.
ffiii Roy P. Glover, Hampton 468- ((904)) 964-6609 Baby shoes, new, $1.00; New! W. Weldon St. 2tp 3.7 SAC'RIFJC'E! Just pay balance i! Calf Starter $3.18. 50 lb.

1279 after 5 )). m. tfchg LadIes' shoes, high heel, 7:5c: : FOR SALE Dinette table $63, or assume $8 monthly payment 1 hAY FOR hORSES
'tw.,4 i&j fr 5'r' ', Men's used shoes, 7ic: up. Frl- and 4 chairs, matching pair liv- !!. Will take older machine:i HORSE FEET;; >
WANTEDCASII Jay. saturday 8 to 7, Sundays lag room lamps. on heater and In trade. Call Credit Manager

ANTIQUE 9 to 12. UpI tank, 0 the I' miscellaneous COLL CT, Jacksonville ::153-\ FOR SALF:: Rl.'dbone Hound

I FOR SALE Horse, bridle Items, Phone 48i.3422: 1.ICILeod. 1946, anytime. Will dcllver no I Pups, 2 month!! old: $10 each.

AUCTION PAID .and 8addle. Also 4 piece LudI Brooker. Up Obligation. 4tchg 3-28 I, Phone Keystone Heights 473.

Coed; Clean Cotton Rags wick drum set 606 W. Ad.k ins _I I 4038. 2t'hj37, \
The Antll\le Emporium FOR RENT Modern, at.
I ltp FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished -
No Khakis Wool or St. A e1assifled ad In the Telecraph
bedroom furnished -
1oJ! offering! its stock,; 1It one hquse. Also one 2 bedroom -
: auction at ::1 p.m. Satur. Scraps WILL DO Ironing. Will pIckup Apt. Near BHS. Private driveway. unfurnlsht'd house. Apply brings r1'8111t'l.
__ and deliver. Call Nancy at Renn.er Apts., 633 Mc.Mahort. .
day. March P.I ). I 308 S. Water st. Itchg
964-:5967: after 12 noon. Up Phone 96-1-6279. }fELi'VANTED I male and fe-
I : I J7H! N. 1 E. 2Jrd: BIni.Caines"lIIe. tf chg'' FOR 'SA LE 2 bedroom male'': Needed at once. Full

__ : Fla Bradford County FOR SALE IlIIIproved lot house and lot. Ph 06-1-7712. i iItp 01' spare time man or woman(
: Telegraph 100 x 180 ft. with furnished FOR RENT 2 bedroom to service c1latomers with \Vat.klns -
: 12 x 117 ft. Mobile home, all set block house at 632 Pinewood Products In the city of
FOR RF.NT Furnished t.wo. I FOR RENT Nicely tumlshed -
-- up. Total price $4,000. Write Dr. Can E. 1\1. .jjborne Ral. I Starke. Earn $83 and )
bedroom( house. Attractive and FOR EFFICIENT bookkeeping Rt. 1, Box 38B Starke. Itp ford 431-119:5.: 411": 3-28 bedroom; vented heat, 0.11'1 weekly No Investment. Write

\Ve\ Service Them All From home\ Good n'lghborhood. and Income tax service see conditioned. References pleaJ'le'l :\11Vatktns Products. Inc.,
/''J Pickups 'Ivap, : rll'1\'way Adults. Hen- "Irs. Haddock ,118 S. Court: st., PORTABLE TYPEVR1TEltREVINGTON STEREO CONSOLE Gladys Harrington 337 N. Box 2447, MemphIs Tenn. 33102ltchg
ncr Ants 6:13lc: ; lahon. rhor back of Kch' Drug Store. Ightwelght. WITH RADIO. Take up payment nut. Itp I IW'ILL

r nfl 1.6279.; tf chg Phone 964-651'17.' Central Bookkeeping .oed condition. Hall balance of !! on 2-month-old, beautiful I
fr. To Super Duty Gas or Diesel! & Employment' Serv- $34. or pay $7 per month. stereo console, like new. YOU CLAIM IT' Uncle In''I FOR RENT: AttractivelY
Sam have
may your money
Fon SAJA': '- 1109V.. Cypress!l Ice. tfchgHIDLP Phone COLLECT, Jacksonville 4-speed record chanlter. Balance furnished apartment Panel
St.. Stm ke. 3 bclrms some furititute. 336901.VUl: deliver, no obligation. due $88, or $8 per month his pocket this year. Long: heat and air
forms ':i.OO Short $2.51) Farm condition Adults
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.lrpClrt. cypro.s trim WANTED (male or fe- 4t'hg 3-28 P1fONF COLLEC' Jackson only.
:: DIIIVE IN TODAY \..,,,,,I ".,.'T.I, ".... j'tieecl' $13.-.00 maid, : Make $80 up dally on villa 353-1946, anytime. Ask for $10.00. Phone 964-6573. "In.Donal" 3.4. ? %Vulnut GllldYI St.Harrington, 337 Up
I"' (I i 1\ 1t1""lnA'( ('all .J H. o'ood Route. Manor woman, FOR SALF-2 bedroom frame Credit Manager. \VI11 deliver.no 2tp I

:\Id'o: 'hp', ,' 11 RJ.\T.TOR.: Phone I prrt or fail time. Write Met hm8e, wIth carport In Starke. obllA'otion. A-I Warehouse, FOR SALE Young purebred

't', I .J tnl> 1 iutonc" ( Heights/ ,I I'eath. Box 276B, ieStn Sto.,' RII W. Adlcinlt St. "h. 64-7:599: 1606 l\faoln\; St.. Jacksonville A a..iJled Ad ID the TELE- .('h!lcr"II\\," bulb and 7-8 Cl'os'

flI ......I1NIN.lr--- -----I_ 1.)0'1.) 4t chg 3-28'I Memphis Tenn. It.pl 2t.p 3-U Fla,. 4tchg 3-28 O&U"H bring. r.1IJCII. .Ies Phone 485-3422, McLeod.

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25 Years !. //l lI
Ago !
11 Aquaplaning On U.S. 301
By Alice MaGarrey
t.t t.
1'.HL 4 1tAD' "O1
A so-called "freak" auto accident to a depth of over one inch.A .
which two weeks ago left a report by the National Safety Back In 1M3 the federal ,* ,
Starke couple, Jerry and Muriel Council L government lws tr
tells us that when an telling the
Gay, seriously injured was not the automobile passes through such a fI// farmer what to do, as today n k +
first mishap of its kind to leavea spot, a phenomenon known as ::: but differences.there Were The two significant @ 3, T
tragic mark on Bradford Coun- purpose then
ty in recent months. aquaplaning likely to occur.(or hydroplaning) is ,1y was rather to than increase to decrease production it. Also !, r 1}

State Trooper, P. W. Carter, reported Stated simply, this involves a the program was voluntary.
that the Gay car "skiddedoff near-totall9.ss of traction betweenthe This country's farmers had the
the wet road (U.S. 301)) onto tires and the surface of the responsibility of feeding the

the median strip traveled 78 tread. This condition is apt to occur people of the United States as
feet, striking two palm trees ." when water standing on the : usual and also a growing nWn-
The impact totally demolishedthe road is ( : ber of young men In service and L .
deeper than the tread on much of the rest of the world. .t
car severing the vehicle into the tires. When the water is too Production goals for each -

three sections. Witnesses rama'rked deep to pass through the tread J.'SM county were set up on poultry, Plants are placed at Gene Shaw's_office on Call Street fry;
that the two were "lucky grooves which on a new premi- eggs, hogs, beef cattle and milk: Mr. (Crawford and 1\11'1I. Norman
to be alive." um-grade tires are only about t ,.. as weLl as on cereals and vegetable -
On first consideration, such an 13/32 of an inch, it has a tendency wk i ., d crops. Each producerIn -
accident might appear to be the to actually float the car. The ,- .".'.;... this area was asked to seethe SIP Award WinnersTo
result of '''f ... county agent U T. Dyer
an inattentive carelessor vehicle .
"planes or literally startsto ; / \
and fill .
out farm
drowsy driver or perhaps ski : UrfWf '" a plan.A Be Given Free PlantsThe
a across the water, with littleor 4' .."
mechanical failure of the vehicle no adhesion to the road surface. Ip big social event 25 ,years

involved.We Loss of control of the car I ago was the Birthday Ball Bradford Improvement Committee has announced that
question the likelihood of comes suddenly, before the driver which climaxed tha fund drive all recipients of the BIP Award who have included a planterin
such pat answers. realizes what is happening. Only for the March of Dimes whichwe their remodeling program, Iwlll receive an offer of free
They just don't serve to explain the most level-headed, experiencedand now know did so much to plants for the planter.

why nine motorists in the past ( "lucky") driver can safely lick Fred polio.Guy, who was chairman Bobby Crawford, new manager of Florida Pest Control

eight months have slipped right manage his car once the aqua- that year, hired a twelve- In Starke, and :Mrs. Russell Norman, president of the Starke
off a straight section of modern planing begins. piece orchestra and there were Garden Olub, have advised the committee that their respective

four-lane highway Into palm trees, We don't know a lot about high-, several specialty acts for enter- organizations will share In providing' the plants. Mr. Crawford
posts, or other cars. It happens way engineering, so we asked a SMLLLr tainment. Hostesses for the comes to Starke from the Gainesville office of :Florida Peat
nearly every time we have a State Road Department engineer event were: Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Control..

heavy rain. what would cause water to standso 4p,.+ Mrs C. A. Knight, Mrs. R. F.Demorl8t The Garden Club has always! been active in programs
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid,
: a irMpae .1
Mr. Gay that he U.S. 301. He of beautification.
says was pay- dangerously on MM. K. G. Duncan :Mrs H. C. city
ing careful attention to his driving changed the subject a few times, Rltch, Mrs O. L. Beasley Mrs. B. F. Mizell, Jr., chairman urges anyone who has a
He wasn't sleepy. His new but finally admitted it was either N5 iw dr+l A ." 'r hb W. B. Mundy Mrs. M. F. project he thinks might qualify for a BIP Award, to fill out
car didn't fail. He was going justa improper construction or inade- ,,, A roc. ,.rl t; w dslh dW.w.6 Brown, and Mrs. Lex: Green the form reproduced below or pick one up at the Chamberof

little over 60 miles an hour quate maintenance.Had Commerce office. 100 W. Call St.
in a 70 m.p.h. zone. we known it was that Our local congressman, Lex Let's "Put a smile on your town Instead of a frown!"
"When the car hit that waterit simple, we wouldn't have bothered Green! was designated Assist
ant Democratic : the
Whip by
just took off to the'left
just United States House of Repre-
like that! I couldn't control it," federal design specifi- ". .. sentatives Democratic Leader- TO: Bradford Improvement Program.
said Gay from his bed in Alachua cations for U.S. 301 established ship. He had already served for P. O. Box 1075

General Hospital. precise requirements for proper ? 12 year In this important. post, Starke, Florida. 32091
Fred McGee of Starke, who was surface drainage. 1N and was serving on seven com-
badly road i w.-.w. .AStJC.: t4.J I5 ,w :. '__ IF' t4a mittees. Gentlemen:
| injured in a similar accident Obviously however, the ,

last summer, gave a nearly identi- does not meet the specifications Who'll Be ,The Next? Local men of 25 years I have a project which I feel might qualify for the;

cal description of his mishap.An originally established for it. Clear- ago were young very much Interestedin BIP Award.
: elderly tourist reported last ly from either a constructionor
team Many were
August that when his Cadillac hita maintenance standpoint or members of sports.baseball, basketball My address i is: ______________________. (If other'

'large puddle on U.S. 301, it both the State Road Department FARMER'STho DIARYwork and bowling teams. Crack than street address, give directions: _____________
"just turned around backwards," is accountable for the deficient bowling teams competed at the

striking a palm tree. and perilous condition of month of March came Is, still In progress and Bowldrome. ---------------------..--------------------...-.) :-
These accident victims have described this portion of U.S. 301. blowing: In hero like a lion will not be completed until the ThisWeek's/ line-up for the '
9tarite Basketball team managed 'General description of improvements: __________ r
a serious hazard which The nine cars that have literally one bundled up and wearing end of the year.' Even then was:
lurks on U.S. 301 south of Starke "skiied" off 301 in the past eight ear-muffs because someone forgot the regulations; will be presented by Hugh Ingram
Busbee and McRae forwards; ---------------------------------------------
ready to claim lives and 1 prop- months would certainly justifythe that to our tell winter the Is weather supposed man to to the hearings county will commissionand be held Bishop, center; Bunyan and .
open who ----------------------------------------- ----
erty every time it rains. State Road Department in as- be over with now. According 'before the commission takes Ingram guards. Others
Although a product of modern signing top priority to an investi- to reports. February! wag one action. ,were expected to see action .., ,
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highway U.S. 301 of this condition with sub- were: Jackson Starting, Reddish ---c'::
engineering, gation of the coldest months on record '
(specifically between Starke and sequent steps to eliminate the and nearly as 'bad a* the It would appear that county- Ray and Sapp. When was project completed? Date: ____.._____ =-" ..
the Alachua:County: line) has one hazardous, poor-drainage areas. &ad'treeze"t one In 1858; when:J we: had *,, -*'' wide zoning, : :,will be a good, A-Victory-Garden .waa. the FROM: '_,. _, ;.... ..,...__'-'....._ : ..
Obvious flaw. In the meanwhile signllalong! : : .', i thing r', but you can Just bet vogue/' during the war yearn ..
That flaw is incredibly this stretch of road, warning mo- that there will be some big had to ...
poor be doubt By'Sam BIcGarveyan for everyone Who access --------------------------------.
There on
drainage. torists to slow their speed under that score can for we can't remember arguments 'before,It is decided a plot of land. W. T. Clute as ((Name))
Have you noticed how the rain wet conditions might result in when we ever had so application with Gene 'tong upon. We don't need any more chairman of the committee,
to have their land zoned as arguments now we have reasons why every- --------------------- -- --
stands in huge pools some- saving a few lives. many; frosts in the mornings.We gave seven -- ------------
and at timesit
and then it 7411 be enough going on, have a Victory (Address)
agricultural one should
times 30 to 40 feet long, and in The next "aquaplaners" mightnot have automatic defrostingin acted by the county com- seems that about the only
spots almost two lanes' wide? In be as fortunate as Jerry and our refrigerators maybe upon far the proposed thing we all agree on is that Garden.
mission.: aa ---------------- ----
a heavy downpour these pools rise Muriel Gay. berry that's patches what we and need pastures.for our regulations by the new ZonIng we are in disagreement. Bradford County High School -T(( ph--Number))

Committee la concerned, that Notes:

I This Committee Needs Your Help I any But day as now we/ the said weather last week will :March(flI'reshmenWOrking of Dimes/ campaign on the

Bob Turner -
were: Jerome
turn off warm and then the
In his latest public statement where they do exist, should be berry plants will bust out all NEWS And NOTES Herbert Flllya-w. Lavou
J. Edgar Hoover, director of the vigorously enforced. Since many over with. bloom and look like Alvarez, George Oliver Rob-
FBI: says it is impossible to esti- courts seem to judge obscenity on miniature cotton plants. Let's HomemakersBy ert aapp, 'Charles' Thorntoit., f4'A
For Today's and Don Pat- )
mate the amount of harm to impressionable the basis of the moral standardsof hope !we don't get a hard Robert iSaulberan, JwPFr''P nka ti+ '

teenagers and the community the public hasa freeze now, for that would set ray
to assess Martha Sue McCala Senior class member, Ernest
the volume of sex crimes attributable vital role in upgrading the level the berries back by a monthor Extension Davis. Joined the Navy, and
to pornography but of community morality. When ob- so and upset the marketing County was inducted at Jacksonville.A .

its influence is extensive. "Porn- scene material is discovered, it achedule. Home Economics Agent junior, Ralph Dudley, also

ography, in all its forms, is one should be exposed and citizens The plants, shrubs and trees Joined the Navy. bouts
major of crimes sexual should complain to authori- High school boxing
cause sex proper Impatient
at our 'place are just as PLANNINGThe +Friday nights with
MEAL children somewhat less. were held I
aberrations, and perversions ties. When pornography is received for
as wo are main dish is especially the proceeds going to help pay
Mr. Hoover and asks in the mails postal Ono of dog- CLOTHING CLASS
says appear. our Important in meal planning. for bleachers on the football A
"Is our society becoming so authorities should be advised. woods has ,loafed out partially, It Is the hub around which the The Clothing ConstructionClass Tuesday field. Monk Dinkins was official -

wicked that we are turning from Citizens should come forward and a couple of azaleas have soma rent of the meal is built, and night that Feb. 27 began, la off to a fIne referee.
virtue and integrity to immoralityand cooperate in the prosecution of bloom, and the Japanese of quince rod often It carries a large pro- start. The'ladies are progress- Opponents and results were: By; Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine
degradation? Are we becom- offenders." buds has a, but scattering for the most pretty part portion of the cost of the ing with their garments and Ernest! Allen vs. Elmer LewIs -

ing morally bankrupt and lettingour Starke is fortunate in having a they are shivering/ and waitingfor meal. Usually the main dish Is seem to be enjoying the work winner Allen. vs. YanK: TROUBLESHOOTING In the matter, so It's best to
principles of conduct and decency Citizens Committee on Obscepe Old Jack Frost to get lost the main source of protein- and, the association with others Maurice Edwards Edwards. TIlE IGNITION SYSTEM know a few simple troubleshooting
essential to building and !Kite winner When someone Is called, a techniques.
deteriorate has so calls
I ? Are we for- Literature which is active and There were more Jlramla :McRae vs. Clifton
saking the simple teachings of had some success in obtaining cooperation Tdbacco farmers are engaging repairing body tissues. than we could fill. These Griff winner MoRae. "spark plug" of an organization. After reading over these t1pcdon't
Plan for the main dish to it usually means he sup- become over-confident
right and from but not all ln.another debate on. their classes must be limited to Grlffls
over good some Roy
wrong, over Harry Green vs.
this furnish about a fourth of the will !be plies the fire the zip that warns the Evlnrude News 8er-
in program eight.( Griffis.
local newsstands removing winner
evil ? -
day'i needs for protein. For makes It go. vice. It's still smart to carryan
control of the Is
time about open other classes when the quota Gassett vs. A. T.
Mr. Hoover says that police of- objectionable material from their ing dates for auction markets dishes that provide less addi- met.; If you are Interested in Coolidge draw. In layman's terms this is extra set of plugs in your
ficials who have discussed this racks. The owner of one large tional protein foods should be Andrews exactly what the spark plug
In the various, belts. Still, a class day( or night sessional, Charlie Knight v.*. Lamar tool kit.Stale.
critical problem ,with him state "minute market" chain has given in spite, of all the arguments planned for In the menu. Or you can get your name on the Weaver draw. in your outboard do. They fuel or fuel that is too
i unequivocally that lewd and ob- the committee authority to notifyits ove.rtl1a.C program, the tobacco you may prefer to increase the list by calling: 964-6554. William Boyd vs. Billy Dobbs supply the "fire" that ignites rich with oil will cause fouled
scene material plays a motivatingrole suppliers of any material foundto growIng Industry Is a good ejc- amount of proUln-rlch foodin NON-COOK MARMALADE draw, the fuel that makes your engine plugs and result in hard start-
in sexual violence. In case be objectionable and ask thatit emple of controlled production the main dish- by adding ..Juice lemons and save the go. Pretty simple stuff ing andi rough idling. Exercisea
after case, the sex criminal has be removed. Others hove( not providing good markets and more meat, for Instance to a Juice.' Grind up peeling and when you strip away all the. little care when mixing fuel
his in his been so cooperative, but would steady income for the growers. main-dish soup, salad or cas pulp and remove seeds. Chop at Hampton and Lake Geneva technical terms. or when buying from a marinegas
person, or possession,
'S. of the day'sprotein problems are
serole. The rest Spark plug
i probably respond if public demandwas up 2 small packages of dried and agrees to Improve It (or station. Make sure.the
pornographic literature or pic- We hope you are keeping In will come from milk apricots. One No. 2 can crush provide a new building) accordIng just aa easy to solve even for gas-oil ratio coincides with the
tures. sufficiently great. mind the big date you have used as a beverage and from ed pineapple. Mix: all of this to departmental specifications the outboard owner. You don't recommendations in your owner's -
"Under these conditions, it i U Members of the committee are later this month, when the 18th cereals bread,' and other foods together with 8 cups sugar. : and then rent It to want to be a mechanic? Well, manual. If plugs become) .
not surprising to note that forcible Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., chairman ; annual Bradford County Fair eaten aa part of the day's Then let set for 6 hours at the Department for a (basic you don't always have a choice fouled remove them and wipe
rape in 1966 increased ten Mrs. Ann Godwin, Mrs.\ Mary and Strawberry' Festival is meals. room temperature. Stir occasionally period of five years, with away any gummy deposits.
cent over the 1965 total a vio-per Gissy, and P. J. Novak. They deserve scheduled. March 27, 28 29 and You get: high-quality pro- to be sure sugar does three five-year renewal options. Is in a hospital in Japan They Baked on carbon can be scraped -
and will welcome the 30 are the dates and the tein fas well other Important The capital Investment and off with knife.
lation occurring 21 minutesin support as not:settle to the bottom. This! Department's contacted him by phone a pocket
the U.S. Since every of the public. Policing the Fair Association is busy making nutrients! in foods: from makes about 2 quarts. SO youmight will be limited substantially he reported that both legs Remember this is only a tem-
1960, forcible arrangements for the show. animal as In meat, to postal) equipment.The and he thinks he -
sources Injured
newsstands is a continuing job, want to share this with were porary solution.
has. increased Last It set attendance -
rape ; a new
a startling 50 year
poultry, fish erasmllle buildings will remain under will be home In two or three
as the material is changed period- some of :your friends. Marmalade Faulty ignition wiring Is another
record and those backingit
per cent, the FBI director points cheese. Some of these protein will keep In the refriger- private ownership with the months. We hope that It isn't frequent cause of spark
ically. Therefore, the committee'swork are out. to better that record
out. foods are needed each day; ator for do not owner paying local real estate too serious. I Ibir
1 would be much easier if this You can get any some time, but plug failure. Check wiring for
I "Obviously all that is being concerned information year. want at the and It Is an advantage to include try to seaL taxes. and Mrs W. M. Black frayed areas or cracks. Elec-
I done to combat the sale and traffic parents and others would Agricultural you Center or from some in each meal. Bidding documents may be of Charlotte, N C. were visiting tilclan's tape will correct the
in obscene material in the Na- notify one of the members when Pete Novak at the Chamberof Soybeans, mils' dry beans Bids SoughtOn obtained from Lloyd C. Loomis Mr.. and Mrs. K. B. Wat- problem temporarily. All connections -
material is observed that is ob- and also Real Estate Officer. Box 86066 last
tion is not Commerce office in Starke. peas are good protein terson for several days should be clean dry
workable laws enough. Sound and viously in conflict with the moral sources. When these or grain Two New Atlanta Ga. 30303. He will week. Mrs. Black: Is the niece and fit snugly
are needed and. standards of the community. One bad thing about all the products are featured in main Post OfficesThe supply bidding forms specifications of Mr. Wattereon. You not only need the right
cold weather we've had !is that dishes, try to combine them rent provisions and Mr. and-Mrs. Fonzer Thomas plugs but they should also be
The Bradford it has cut down on fishing with a little meat,milk cheese tr!, s. Post Office Department other information. Bids must and family and Mr. and set at the right "gap." The
County Telegraph ibe submitted to the Real Estate -
or at least made it a mighty or other protein foods: from Is seeking competitivebid Mrs. Billy Jo Thomas and "gap" refers to the firing tip
C N ESTABLISHED 1879 chilly sport. One man said he animal sources. for Improved ,buildings to Officer by April 10, 1968. family spent last week with of the plug. A plug ffuagtt

a > got out. on ,a lake early one To supply a fourth of theday' house postal operations at friends( and relatives In North available at marine stores for
r E. L. MATTHEWS .............yyy.....Y
d Editor and Publisher morning then nearly froze to protein requirement. a Hampton and Lake Geneva Carolina.Mr. 25 cents Is a necessity BUde it
Florida's Oldest Weekly death before ha finally called main dish for a family of four Announcement that the de- and Mrs. Wesley Grit fin between the firing tip and the
Newspaper, FaMIshe 0tau-.a7 It quits and headed for shelter. must contain two ounces of paj-timeat had approved plans HAMPTONBy and Phyllis were visiting Mr. top edge of the plug. The set-
b' Under :The Same Mast Bead protein. Although this aver- for new post offices at these and Mrs. C. C. Stevenson in <>tingr of the tip can be correctedby

There's a lot of talk goingon ages one-half ounce [IS grams! locations was made several Mary WilliamsMr. Lacrosse last Sunday after forcing it up with a screw-
1ubUehed each Tbonday asd entered M Second dm Matter a* the Poet OffkMat now about out in the it will weeks ago.Under noon. "'
zoning per person. not be necessarily a ... .....j ,driver or by tapping it gently.
>Mark*, Florida onder Art ef March M, 187*. county and how it will affect be divided equally the department's con- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hank. Check: the setting periodicallywith
Subscriptions In trade erect 1 year, 94.00} 8 nouttM, SZJ9OirtsH rural land. Actually it is not among the family members struction program, contracts and Mrs. Roy Roark: received Ins of Huntington Park: Calif the guage until it corresponds
trade treat 1 yea*. HJWj S month, S&50 very complicated for all the men and teenage boys will will !be awarded to the bidder word on Sunday; from were visiting Mr. and Mrs. to the recommendations
rural people have to do is file need somewhat more; younger who designates buildings suit their son Buddy, that he had Verdo Salter for several days in your owner's manuaL
able to the Department's need been\ injured; !in Viet Nam. Ha last week. __ _

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the community are invited. Chester Searle and Mrs Brendfl. >, latvy N. lit( I1RIS1'OFF1'M.tlecpMR"I. Brad ford..Oasn.. ,Case USBNACRHARJRW.No \ ,..Plain. of Tes of.'; SPc..Twp.R e.Ao. Owner -.s CcifltI, F

Grandaughtcr of tlie Hon..Theran tlff. -no.. 1tO9E.LtT.LEj6..UA5tm: .. 1i14 Owner amICeitii Land
Death .. Jones.. FloiIJa to "
THERE: S S..A Hope Church's First TAstor James McClellan of Jacksonville A.Bradford Yawn 1 ,County.,Jr.. fount County y Judire Court of JUIi., Defendant.NOTICII'OJl'.ElUI'1'To. 4188-J1l of'N3044A'01'.

Those members of,the com. was wsekAiidvlultoiiof IOUHH In SturHp. Bradford County flOBlCFt'PHARRIS '8G3-AII mx Ry II 7' n. uo ContaIner Corp 889.74 F.Lcl{ ot RIi'4:
f &y oithjMWa; 'I within ni* rnoutlu Address. RIIr.-All Ex Ry 7. 7)0 21L 840 C..ntalnu Corp 474.21 N11M&8.Of8W.\
Florida And Renldena' Unknown
who of9t1301
munity were his aunt and uncle Mr. and from the date of the first pub. ..' -- U8-All lit t! 21840: Contaln.r Corp U2.24 ot 1413% A NE\4\ .. 8.
Phone. 473-4S18 t Miss Dorothy Klckllter, Mrs. L. K Chllds. iMUlon of thin notice. You'-Are ITereby Notified" thatan 90o-NW\4\ & W% nf : 30,* 4A In 8W. II

formerly! of Starke -will regretto I'h!, i-lnlni or domand mUM AW% 1\xR/W\ A E1I:' CorRotBdV
VYYTYVVVVYVYVVVVVVYVV'Iiopb Mrs. Rhoda. Dampier at. Btate action for' Divorce dan. been That Port at BW"ot It Pot
Ie In wrll hland '
learn of her death on filed ag-aln.it you and you are Nof.4td'Er
tended the Holiday on Ice the placo of residence l l and poutrricit HW'4 Which Lles HIJ% s
Baptlst'Chu'rchunday March 3 at Newnan, Georgia. addrann, of the claimant required to serve, a copy of R of St Rd 11 &Eof Hwy Frontage to J
Show with friends
SatUl'daynight written .
your defenseL. If any powell A that Port
183.17 .
sa Rtl an J9 3 21 131.f8 Container Corp
School, JO ,a. m.Morolng' .; Funeral services were March In Jacksonville and mulct !he sworn. to by the to It, on. Kutrene F. ,Hkiaw.: At- of. EY.a ot" NW%' tl)
or his attorney 'Ill'
his iiKciit. 'Er
iHlmunt] for ..01..NW lOA of.Sb .
torney Plaintiff whom ad- .NWY
Worship 11 a. m.it.4tntnff .; 4 at Newnan. with intermentIn Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hersey of or It will become voidiTorillnir dreBH J. Hit W. Call, Street, .NE'4 ot SW14 20 7 : 21 ItO. Con "'JrCorP.: HG.89 "hloh" lid lies 100A N ]0' IINo'

: Union 6:30: p. in.: Westview Cemetery In At Palatka. visited his aunt and to luwKiuh Stark, Floridaand] file the original 100o--HW14 ot ttW'4 oe IIwy tOO In. ,
creditor Hlinll] delivernufflflont A E'k ot SW;% 28 1 21 99J84 G. 23 2U. Con4ak.ry.Corp" )'
Evening! Worship. 7:15: p. m. lanta. Miss Kickllter daughterof uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Willie copies fir his claim with the ,Clerk ,of the ". 120 Container Corp NE\4.ot\ $13044l118'Lt : 30, Ulil'll s
above /ptyled Court on or, before For 1} Pl'ak.. ot 3W14
WednesdAy Evening Prayer the late W. J. Kidtllter and Hersey, Sunday afternoon. Mr. to nnllf. the C'ourtv, Judge. to March ,IS, 1968 i ,othsrwisea J042-A-That Port of tE" E. R/W% 311.> 2J 10 r ContalajrCorli'8lG3 Jl

service\ ,. 7:30: p. m.. with choir Miriam Johns Kickliter. was and Mrs. Willie Hersey are mall on. to. eoih personal rep judgment may be entered W34 of :NW'4' N of c
escntatlvePnt against you for the relief detnanded St.52.1 18 Co-nt .33A 14307-NW% ofNRui.'
practice following the cervlce.The'Bible the granddaughter Rev. L. now living In their lovely new .-il, FeUmnrv 211, AD 1968PATRH'IA In the Complaint or In 01' Sic .68-G84 30 1 2& GO ContaIner .Corp' 2.97 & N4\ of NWK 81t .Corp

Club, for grades 1 W. Kickliter one of the found home at 'I'heressa.Weekend IIAimirt I ('HRIHTOPKIJItH Petition.! Ex RlW' 31 8 12 P0WoL ContaI1l..r, C, Pow.1I-J1It;63.17 F
Church and, Til 13 BAIINETTKlltST WITNESS: my hand and the lR3 -tot 43 & W% .
through 8, meets. Monday ers of Hope Baptist visitors of Miss 1 NATIONAL BANK OF eeal otnutld .Court on February ot Lot U In Wood-, 4209-.N.W14 ot NW'4 t,

afternoon after school. I and' its first pastor. She Is Dorothy :Mills were her broth JAl'KSONVIUMJ.An / ]:. 13th. 1968. lawn 81 II 22 111 ConaJn.rCorp.. 8.3. Ex S, lOA Ex R/W '31 8 13 afl..CM ta In''" '( Coorp 2ql 1\

In Sunday School: survived by a sister, Mrs. W P. Kxecutorii: of the TAt will .(SEAL), For'-X... CJ.l Pow.\. Fort.. 0- Powell. EAt f.
.. 93 w re er. Harold Mills, and nephews, anil Tfntnmpnt of DONALD M. 1931-W\r\! ot !W\4\ A ; 4304..sE%. E ot Ry sa 8 13. 4 Cont.slaii. 476

last Sunday and there was [Hazel Hendricks of New- Jason and Todd Mills of CJlIU8TU I .' .'l JR!!. 11<.(.....,....1. CHARLRS CLERK OF A. SAID DARRTAS COURT 81374 ot 8W'4 2 II 21 120 Contalll".C\\rp. 11.93< For L.OPo:. : 1 J
cousin of 2-21)) 4t 8-21 19U--SW14 ot NW1,4 a e II 81.48 H4fI-NY. ot NE' 01. .
the Cont.anerCorp
and 40
good attendance, at morning nan was Jacksonville Beach.In By Beulah M. Moody, 19611)4) ot NE'4flof ,. .1. 8W'\4\ ldr Ry 33 8 23 I''" Coata.illlM'tCGrp.. 17.19
and evening worship as Rev. Mrs. Percy Sullivan Sr and At Deputy ClerkFirst E8
RP. A BE\4\ 33of ; !
Court Of The Publications. .
Howe of Gainesville Miss \Dorothy Mills.ELECTRIC In The Tin-alt February. 1111 a 8 21, 131 Cont.e.ktapC..p.\ 1141' '4447..s% of NE'4' of r
TOmmy Eighth Jadliilul. (;""Dlt. O( 15, 1808, 33 8 23 20 Ctnt.iMr'! Con.
supply. pastor during the absence PERSONALS Plurlila In And For Bradford 3/15 4t 3-7 FO"IL.'C"'POWI\U. \ \ 8W\4\ "' .... T_ ...... 'C.c.Q";;: ;".1&.00..,
The Circuit Court For D.lord .."-I I389-N4 ot NW'A A .1' -' ''or
of Rev. Merle Packhara, Friends of Barney Brinson ('aunt?. Florida ,s% of NW'4 or 523034 4 II 21 100 Container Corp 70.17 4448-N4{ of 8% of. !
elves Action No. For L.. C., powlllir EIIt.- 8W'4 Kx 1A'in.NW
brought the message. will be glad to learn he has returned monTOAon poRRCLOMimni 2004-N% ot BW'" 6 6 23 80 eontaIneCorp 6:1.34: Cor 4. Com

The community Is glad to to his home and Is do- Peter D. Johnson and Lilly J. Notice Is hereby given that on the ,lit'day of April 1968. ForL; ;' O.t Powell, 674 :tuE' ofSWCor. !
his 20t6-W ot NE% A of NWM i off I I8WVJ
know that Rev. Fackham is Ing well after his recent operation Johnson idward l Pralc wire Sr.PlaintiffsVH and nnlma L.- at Starke, County of Bradford; Statel'of Florida,. tax said 85114 of NW'4 A.8wi : ,, NI/,1S7- Ft ". -

doing well at Bradford County at a Gainesville hospital. Prak, hU wife; and Clyde B. certificates wlll ''be sold on' the following described lad to Er 11/W 1 II ZI. 280, Contaiser" Corp nUl I WIAT581' Ft. to .
Miller and Sandra IS. Miller hla ForLCPOWetll] Ry. S Pur W/Ry145 jKt.
following an visited
Hospital opera-,\ Mrs. Rhoda Dampier I wife pay the amount due for 19611 !taxes herein set: 0'pp' a1te the .2017Nl3'of. NW\4\ I 8 12 40 ContalllOlr.COrp : 82.t6 ELY'661 Ft to.

tion last,Friday Rev. Pwk- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph} Firth in DPfpndfintflf1P" teTTTIl Fur JJIC'P.-1. I FOB I !33 I 8' 23 111,, CII"t.aI""r.CQ' 41.:19:
with all costa of such sale 'and, all .
ham and"Ml'S.. Packham wishto Orange Park Tuesday evening.Mr. TO: .:, w ;r'J; ; ;;:I : !Sr. amItolma same, together '... advertising:.: .' 2021-1'1' F.,* t OA In For .b- O .Powell
I... Prak, hi* wife ; and .J. NW Cor A" Rio:\\4 otNJiJ'4 4440-SVV of SWVJ1 of
express their sincere appreciation and Mrs. E. S. Sibley Clvrto B Mlllfr and, Sandra B np"C'I'lption Amount of ot NW'4 ANWO4 SWM 33 ( 22 20 Container Corp 1].71

for the prayers, flow- and. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Her- Miller, hla wlf Add, ramies unknown of Tax_. ot NI354! ot 44(7--coin at SW Cor .
acts NW'4 & SF1\4\ otNW4 i of.NWM of tiE" A <
and the
ers! cards many sey spent last Wednesday You Are TForeby, Notlflinl that Lund Spc.Twp Rge lAo Owner and oats \ A: N1694 of IHW4 .. Run 13 36$ Ft, N

of kindness of church members sightseeing in Cedar Key. an fiutlnn to forecloHe, a mortwune .,. \ Ex 2A In SW'', 6G8 Ft W U3..Ft, ,

and'other friends. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gnann on the following property 64-NW4 ot NE'4 Ex Cor 011: EC Hwp ''I' S.668. Ft to FOB 3S 6 22 4 OontAlri! 'CdrpKtfr : U6

In Bradford, County, Florida; 1 6 10 41)) ContaIner Corp 15.44 Frontage on m Sida l. 0 Powell
Packham is_ greatlY .missed visited his mother, Mrs] Minnie The North half of lot It 112-W'A R o.f SE'4! 12 6 20 80.Contaln..Co., 11I.89 ot Hwy 18 4.A A2t29 45'B_SRVi of SKViUx ,, ..
and"the community looks forward Gnann in Gainesville and 18 of Black 8 of R. N Dow t13-1'13.4' 11 6 10 .480..contalner Corn 872.18 of 30634 of3w74 fly Ex R/W 34'6 21 35 'C taln.. *Corp, 2tt5
Inxii Addition t.. the Town oSturtce t 6 20 61..8 Ex R/W 8 II 21 434 ("'ontalner Corp 910.96 ....- L'O' Po-wl)i Butt
to his return Sunday. 15i-M% or RFJ'A 23 80 Container Corp! 4090-W% of NPJ'-... ot '
and. being In NortheaM ]61-1 ::1-4 a KW\4\ of For 1 C ,Pow.11 .1t\
WEDDINGMiss Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips quarter (NFJ ". ) of Southeux 84 II 20 2046-NY. ot RW14 &: ,. I, Nl4\! ot.r.N NBVi &
I *MW'/ _620 ContaIner Corp. 874.14 of '
Julia Anita Ghee, quarter (SEVi\<\) Section 29.1 1Townxhtp 169--AIl KG 6 20 Nt4{, ot AW'A of-- KV4 /, .
Jr.. of Opalocka 'visited his 6 South Range lit: 640 -ContaJner. Corp 420..4 SW14 & 83014 ottsw4 : ', NBM' ot. NBVI A I
daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. D. 11t-All Ex NWI4 ot \ 9 I 21 NEVi of NBVi" > of.. -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cast an name appears of record NW\%<\ 36 II lilt 800 Container Corp 407.90 140 Conts.i.n..rCenp 95.1. .
Clarence Ghee of Keystone Phillips. last week. Their son, InDeed Took F1. Pane 557 pet. 178-HW ,1 !!W'4 & For IL .0. po"pU". PttEasement ttwve Ex 3..7 22 20 ('ontaln..p'6r'P it.&s

Heights and Glenn Williamson. James III who has been visiting Ho ylorida.has record of Dradford County. HW'A ot SEi4 n II 20 811 ContaIner Corp.. 1\4,84\ 20G1-A" N4 F.J ot RR 10 Contaln..r Co-P 47.80. I P rcL,<.Q: PoVeU '
3t 6 10" 48.91
Williamson 200-N'1. ot Lot 4 G 6 130 Container.Corp Fqr'L C. pw..u"
son of Mrs Gladys his grandparents for several bi'en filed fl.grn.biHt you 212-1'11' ,!. ot Si,2'4, '\ 33 6 20 80 ,Container Corp. 111.03 46a0A.-W) 900' ot.
of Keystone Heights, returned home with and you are required to nerve a 218-All 38 II 20 840 Contalne".Corp. 463.28 02-Thn.t] Port ot 894of NE'4 of NWM A: N
Williamson days copy of your written defense. II9-AIl 30 6 20 840 'ontaln..r. Corp 409.43 aW% ]ylnjf* E ofltd .400\ ''otW.161' .
and L. V. wel'eunited' .
them. If any, to It on Thomas ftPl nO-Ail Etc' RR R/W 1 1 20 911 Container Corp 38.1 aoo A: W ot Sal 3 721-. CcfltlnIf18lOorD.?"
BE: :14. of-NWM\ 37.52'f 28.1J
In >rce, Attorneys. for Pin Intiffe.whoeo .
marriage in a cere- 422.23 Ky It of Purvii
222-All Ex HR It/W a 7.J10 840 contaIner CorP. ot'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maynardleft 4614: -WV4 of :\IW\ %
mony attended by relativesand address la 203.6 North 324-All I Ex NW',4 ot Farm Fence ExW 10 6 21 II ContaIner Corp '.86. ,< NFiO4ofNEl4''SA-' \
Sunday for North Caro- Temple Avenue, Starke, Florid. NW% I 7 20 800 Container Corp 422.82228J .O
% Por1L Pow$1I In, NK for .ot.NW'Aof
close friends on Friday will and file the original with tM 3-4 ot E'A & 2107-E'4 ot NF1 Er I .
lina where Mr. Maynard NEM BflnR 467
evening. March 1. at Hope Clerk of tha Rbove-etyled Court aW'A ot BE\4\ &: 11of % t/W A N44 ot NW'4'' 11 8 22 no ContaieCop-; 97.".. .. FriNi It liy4116 -
be working for the next several on. or before March 21, 198 2105-W34 ot 5294 ot ,
SW'4 4 1 20 240 ContaIner Corp 171.18 I lUG
Baptist Church. Adding to the otherwise a judgment be A. Ft K *: W 37 22 10 ConUlne..06rp ,
may : %
weeks. 148-N3-4 of 11% For L. a Powell Etal I
beauty of the ceremony which entered against you for the relief nit &W',4 Net :; i. NWJof NFJ'.4 A .

performed by Rev. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan demanded In the complaint Ex 2.A In SW Cor 9 7 20 449. Container Corp. 838.93 3034 ot W44 ot 613-' 4661-SWU ofNil% A
was of Palatka were Saturday visitors or petition. 3GO-N3-4 & sm\4\ of24wy4 A W3 ot. MFJ'4 ofSF194 HKVi of NW'A
Dodd:!', were vocal solos by AVItnesa my hand nnd Heal ot a SW\4\ at & SW'of SHOt'" Rx Borrow pit

Mrs. Voncell King, sister>of of his parents. Mr. and Bald Court on Feb. 16, 1908. 85114 Ex RV 10 7 20 648 Container Corp 893,18 NE4\ 11 II 23 180 Container Co p' 11..81 Kjmnment Rx 7-A' In
NW Cor of of
and (SEAL) N'/j\ ,
Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. 11 7 20
BOD-All 91* Ry U8.01 For 1. 0 Powell
840 Container Corp.
the bridegroom. with Mrs CHARLES A. DARBY EVi\ of NWM 3 7 23
their son. Percy Jr. and family. 862-AIl Ex Ry 13 1 20 IOU Container Corp. 732.0S > 233 Container. Corp 18S. 3
Janice Hall as accompanist Clerk of tha Circuit Court B63-AIl Ex 4A In SE 2116-W'4 ot NW4ot \ For 'It Q' Powell Eat'

The couple will maketheir : Mrs. Ruby Johns of Starkewas By: Virginia F. Darby Cor ot SN'of SW\\%<\ 13 7 20 918 Container .COl'!>. 878.80 BE"I & E14 ot 4085-SEVi of SWM
''i young also Saturday guest of the Deputy Clerk 36G-AIl Ec, SW\4\ ot NE14.SW'4 11 II 23 20 ContainerCorj) 17.2 of SEK AlA: In NW
,home In Theressa. THOMAS & PIERCE N'V1,4 & Ex Ei.' of 2122--81<;'4 o.t NE% A .., Cor of NEVi\ of

COMMUNITY HOUSE Sulllvans. Attorneys at Law NW\4\ ot SE\4\ 14. 7% 20 1180 Container Corp.. l31 ot NE'.4 oC.- NWM t 7 i 22 12 CoaOa.Inr'.COTp 1338
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clo- 203-5 North Temple", Avenue Nursery 1104.14 NW' 4t E9 ot W34of For i a Powell
Recreation Is held each LI Starke Florida 82001 NW14 &: 52EV5 ofsEl 4686 EH of W44of ,
Monday night at the Theressa I versettle and Marshall were Attorneys for Flalntlffi 312-W of NE'.4 & 18.6:22: ito C'l ontalner Corp J09.88 BW% 4 7 22 40 Container .Corp 31.31
: Jacksonville shopping Satur- 2/22 4t 3.14 NEI\4\ Of NW\4\ & For L. 0 P well" For L C Powell Eat
Community House, beg1nninI r I --- Ei of NWI4 ofSl 2U3-W'" ot NWI%, 4691-WH of NEM. of .
iv TUB cnfsrv JUDO.1' J% & E', of 5514 111 7 20 120 Container Col'!>. 167.7 Ex R/W 18 tJ 23 40 NEM A NWM of
day.Local ... .. Container Corp. 29.0G
parents witn childrenattending ('oiirr i> AM 'Olt IlIt.UI 42 NV of NE14\ & .. 117.0 2UG-.N3. Ex N 40A ... .. NEM\ Ex 7A In NW
KOIIM tOLM'Y: I"IO.U..A of NIt2% U 'J 20 80 Container Corp. I A E,* SEl14 ot NE14 Cor Ex 14A 105' Hq I
school at Hampton riLB NO. i-nni 434-1:% of W44 & lie HI,! 52x1SW' % of Being 5295' H). of ,
have been assisting with the IV: RE: USTATM OF HW'4 ot RW% ofl1 (oIFJIA A Ea1OA' lit NW Cor of NK'i'\ of '

9S'f Hampton PTA's project of DUNAIr> M C1IKIHTOFFERS 1:% nt SE'4 at S124a \ HW Cor 13 II 22 1110 Contai0er) Corp 323.37 NEVi 5 7 23 E4 Container Corp. 41.11 i
7oto Decp.1O.I.IF, | NW\4\ 01 NW4v3.4 \ & For'L Q-Powel For'L C Powell t I
beautifying the new school ] TO .UI.U..OIIIITo : \ o.t NWt4 ot
212 -SE:% ot NFI94 13 8 U
: grounds. Those in Hampton all crodltora and all pemtmi Nl'52* 1(1W( & Ex 40 ContaineeCorp' 17.77 471S\ -TV/4 of 8WVS of
I having rliilnm, or demand lrainage Eemt 23 'J 20 890 Container Corp. 2Go.77 For L 0 Powell 8WM & All SEM of
666 !Saturday! for this purpose were aernlnst Mild R tat... 43S-NE\4:\ &: NEl14 of 2I28-8W\4\ of aE\4\ 13 6 2J .0. Container. Corp 23.45 SWM H! of Branch -

t I Mr. and' Mrs. Billy Hall Mr You and each of you are NW'528' % 01 2130-E NE'4 \% &A. NW\4 N%\ ot ofNWVI A: WVi of SWM ot''
hereby notified and required to MW4\ & All That .iSEM 8 of Branch 6 7 22 85 Container Corp 4417
and Mrs. Rodney Hall Mr.I present any claims and demand Port ot NE'4 at \ Ex. lOA In NHCor For L C Powell E.'
which you or either of you SFi'4Nof1tdN3ofNW'4 8. 6W14 of51314&El4ofSEi4 4719-S 5A of EH of

o-f NW\4\ & \ swipe of SEM\ 5 7 22 6 Container. Corp 611 .
_.<=='= -- === W ot NW'4 ot I>If $5214or: W\4\ & For L U Powell
= of of W..4 4771-EH\! of NWM of
'- SW\4\ & Swy \ otU. .
SW% Ex R/W U 1 20 328 Corp SE of SW'4 6 13 320 Contalner' Corp NEM A NH of REVior .
Container ... .. ForIi a Po.welll'213I1N'4 .
itQ ..n.n NEVi\ A BWM of
""C I NEM A EH of
17: JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY I12R-1'1'Af) of NWM ot N34 of NW\%. A" 8* of -
NWV, of NWM\ & S\1'A! Es, Gl/IA W NWM of NWVl *.
21 383.43 t A' W of8W14
HVi Hx R/W 31 B 468 Container Corp of ltd FJ" 'il, EH\! of NRM\ o-f
811: --SVa! ot SE'of of 1G 6 22 366 Container Corp 209.83
.5 24v04V94\ of
NW'i &: SEM Ex For L' U 1 PowelL,.
Auto Sale!'! & Service MOTORS ,j PICTURE;' FRAMES R/W 32 S 21 203 Container Corp 149.82 2189-1 Tract In NE SEtA SEM of
.. Cop 01 SE'A ofW4 HWM 8 7.1 22 320 'rContalner Corp 21),13
;i4)NHM; of NWVi A
Powell Bat
$ \ Being &GO FtH For.L C
13'/!, of NWVi of 4773-WH of NWM -
Peavy Brothers NWM & 1WM KxNV4 N : SW by Ft'15 8 211 9 '.Container Corp 11.42For of NEM Ex 2A on N

UNFRAMED PRINTS of N13M\ of 182.11 L C Powell End A Ex Ry 8 7 22 It Container Corp 1391
Electric Co. SWM\ 33 5 21 220 Container Corp 4774-1A In N End of

SPILLERS'GALLERY 65fl-S'-i, of NWVi 34 5 21 80 Container Corp 88.94 216J-N% ot 8W'4 of WM\ of NWM of
World's Finest in anve A NW94 of of NEM\ E ot Ry *.
The 602-SVu, of SEVi or 30 Container Corp 27.632112NW'4
SP1'4 1of 61314 111 II 23
ELECTRIC: MOTORS tot 4 B of Co Or 1A In NW 'or of
4 Wheel Drives
SoldSeivlced..RepalredGeneratorsStarters Rd Ex 4-A In NW ot NW4'ot \ WVV of NWI\<\ ot
Sold and Serviced by lots Park St.-In Five Palvta, Cor 38 5 21. 78 Container Corp 51.13 N13'4' A.011,: N13y of'NW'4 NEY of Ry *: '
614 N" or Hnf H"o N 6A. of WHot!
Roberts' Chevrolet Jay: )6338531PLUMBING NKM -
Alterations Or Rd 1 6 21 36 Container Corp 21].80 ot NW'A &: NEM of SWM Ex ..... .
Green Cove Spring. S03S 2 II 21 Container Corp 4107 flW4\ ot NW% A 1A In SW Cor 8 '
Armature> Rewinding 617-N'4 of SWM 80 W% ot ElF.4 ofNV'4 7 22 I Container' Corp 'IJ'
Jacksonville 264-960O SUPPLIES 840 of \ & '
4041 Lenox Ave.Jacksonville -WV4 NWVi : '\ & 08.'4 otHE4 11'01"1. 0: powell
nf 3 8 21 97.24
SVi SWVi iso Container Corp \ 51: ot JUt' 18 II 13 Contai-r' ( 101.88
: 387-2528: 6515-NIJM\ of NKM\ &: 4183W i of NW'4,
CARTER'S For IL 0: Powell Kx E% & NEV of
JEEP NWM of NWVi\ & *
22 G-W\4\ ot 8\4(;:\ ot8EIt SW14
a MM of SWVi & \ IT 8' 211 10 Container Corp 10.43 a 7 22 70 Container Corp. GUSFor'LUG
Vehicles MOTORCYCLESHONDA Trading Post Si'i! of SI8M\ 4 8 21 200 Container Corp 122.30 For ,lit u Powell 4784-SW% ot NW'4.! Powell

,-" Bathrooms Sinks Cabinets 057-All B 6 21 640 Container Corp 417.96
2296-SW'4 of SEHx I 11: v4 ot SW\4\ &
T "n-v., ...C ?,VOIA f13'4r.tSW'4&830'4
rep VVaf/onerr/ Station Soil Pipes Water Pipes -- : :{;" 8 8 21 280 Container Corp 207.80 R/W 18. 6 23 40 Container Corp. 36.04Jo'or 'SPW f.8WI,4. .& 834 .
I> C Powell of SE' 9 CGrp'185.54
7 23 240 ContaIner
Wagons 66 % Fi' ot
Fittings Commodes 23U-SW'4 of NEVi
wlfI "t Eot
; For L C' Powell
NV14 01 A BI,4, of NWVi\ 19 8 23 130 ,Container Corp 9169 4795-A'-83.4. ot E'i of .
Jeep Universals Lavatories RW'A 7 8 21 HO Container Corp 339.46 381.18 230G-NW. of NWVi\ 3F1'. ot SR 1U0A 10 7 23. 2& Containet'For Corp 23.'S
MOTORCYCLES &f0 Container Corp .
G62-All 8 tJ 21
"The Best for Less" l1.aw1,4: A WJi of 1. 0" Powell]
'. Jeep Gladiator Truck ALL MODELS GOof-Ail Ex E% ofNE SB'A\ 196 23 280 Container Corp' 17A.85 4787-.NWM. ; '
Top .f IIUl Hwy 21 % "'ot 11* 30i ofNW'4 640 Container Corp 288.19 For .L. C' Powell A iW of tl'fEf': '
Authorized Service N1 % 9 8 21 NWM, 11: 30%( ; of ,I'
S Merchants Green Stamps 1 Middleburg 680-NW4 of 8EV. &: 2308--.SEM of' SEM\ 19 6 22 Container Corp. 2?.33 &IWI30 R/W il0 7. 23. lU, ContalsarCorp JtUl
; Open 8 A.M. I P.M. rhone 283-5108: : SW'4 of SWLII 10 II 21 Container Corp 49.07695rcW'4 2307-NHM of NEM E For La' Powell C Powell Est
Approved Parts \<\ ot N1'4: 12. 21 \0 (.lontather. Corp, 23.34 of Rd Ex S 100 Ft 4813--.sWI.I 01 SWIIa ,(. Fc.r.I.4
-= Tues. Wed, Thara., Fri. 12R-NW'4 ot SW.t of of WV EJ of Rd Ex / All 8W0" ot SE'4

: S 4 ''heeI Drive 2 \Vh.,c Open Sat 8 A.M. 6 P.M. PIANOS NEN"t\<\ : ot 8E14 Hwy Frontage 20. 2333, Container Corp 15.09For W of Rd F.x R/W'

Drive Closed Sunday & Monday of NW'4 a SW\4\ ot .L'0 I Powell Ex Hwy Frontau- I
For Musical AdviceC. RF4 ot NW'4( & to Pwel i. 7 23 III ('ont".ln..r'". 32.24
2110-SWM, of SWM 38 Container C.I'PU
8i4 ot NFof<\ Corp 34.34 '
Fori L
EDDIE BLAND MOTORS A CYCLES CARTER NICEEstablished SVl 11: NW'4 01Nrn W of Rd R/W 20 8 23 For L a..Powell' .81.-83.4 ot SW74 11 7 22 140.- OoataJnerCorp 95.09

MOTORS Inc. 4919 Blanding Blvd. .........,.,." .-t.'. aW14% ot ot!liP"RW'4" & 594of51314 2351-WH of NW% lof NW\4"\ For LOPoWO1145314NW94 ... ,
', /','-
'- ,
'IitcLaonvlUe 771-8241: of SFJ'4 Ex; Ex About 1HA In Ex Borrow Pit
; : Quae j "mfh' N 135' ofSE% ,ofNW NW Cor A: Ex 3A Ea..ent
11 7 23
653 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE !;; % of Rd 225 14 II It 128 ContaIner Corp 80.05 inS30Cor&: FracNEM .0 Container CorP '
351-7731' : ':-; : 733-So\4\ of lW\4\ It II IL 40 Container Corp 3.43 K of RR 21. S3. 10 Container Corp .73! .I45343094 01 NW'4 ht'.1J-O.Pl. >wel.
MUSIC ofNF3M For Li 0 Powell"2617NW'4 Ex lOA In HW -
1948 737-All E NE% of IN1\\ % Cor 11 7% 21t 80'' Contain"C rp" 3732
tl5 8 n 600 Container Corp 3&5.31 ..
Parrish MotorsSALES Chickering and Other o-t of SWM\ A" FraoNWM 4325-All F'op.L- Pow,It '
738-All Ex 894 12 7 5
23 450.1
EJI 21. $ 21 13 Container Corp 13.84 1(0 "Conta.lner Corp
BE'4 B at hwy : '
Name Brand Pianos
I-A 18 8 11 Gag Container Corp 310.19 For L 0 Powell. 4829-\11 Ex Pap In
Paulus Music Co. KIMBALL"SW1NGER"OHOANS 1411-W% .. N3- ot 2831-SEM of SWM B\V 011' ot 8W44 of.
5234 11 II 11 1180 Container Corp nO.3t of NfclM &' BE'4 of NW\4\ Cont''3.A 13.
7 21 4eU
: Kx 6A In SU 113' Contalnu'Co.,.
NEM\ 4831- "
SERVICE W'4 11 N'4
: tol
Band & String Instruments 112-AII Ex U. inNE
Cor A NEM of
PARTS SHEET MUSIC % !leased: to Flu.Itoarl NW% :of SEM A 2614 of' 8W94 lot 7 21" 180 ;CDntalnep'Corp Ita.54 -

Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Roosevelt Mall ''of yojajry. tit II..n.. .640 636 ContaIner ContaIner Corp 363.55 401.2674iAlt 'V% of :NEVi ot 4834-Bee IUII.r 33;: of For 11 0- Po".l1
It. Ssjl" SEV N. 22 8.22 75 Coatalnar. .Corpi 85.18FOI' NE'4or' ot .
8% of.
24158 Park Turk-online 3S"-8Mfl! 745-E' o NBY & .
32 Years, Ail A Dealer School Suppllts--lnillructlDn NW'4'"of.'NN7& L O pow.n.1748NW4 NS14 or NE94of .
,I 0W4' of NEMA *"E1,4, 's..o 15 ..
,.. Always Good Used Cars olt! NW14,4: \ S 941.,
.U'Zl Laura St. Jacksonville Roberts Recorders >Sil'/4. .' .. 80 8. 21 360 Container Corp 21>8.24 KVJ of SBM 08NEM < ISR U48.1' R/w .
747Sc4of' NElIA AW14 A" EH of NEViof 100. SEon FJ ."
Phone 3M.56:5.BEAU'IY : NW% A SWVi\ R/W. 1419.&" .
Music & l.NW'4i! &. to S j
Library-EXf'.rt H. N.
NW'J.,, Ot. 8W.44a&.. of NWM E* 6Ai In'5W Line Sea 14. E 4040', I
Repair Department A Cor A SEM1" of N 54 d..eee E.a8',
ACADEMY 41 \V. Monroe St. SEWING CENTER : ,.OfoJ SW"4 SlctL fyS5i'Fl.ofS3054 NW% Ex lOA In N 1t d lfre".. II: 449. -
NW Cnr&: NH of Ft to FJ lIne See 14;
American Jacksonville 855-8447 1968 Singer .. .21111. 21 340 ContaIner Corp 131.78 NKM of NWM ofrSWM N 1857', W 3694. to
75 -
3310 Beach Blvd. t'f. ts.f30Fr EH .ot 265104ot8Ei4 Bell H.IS 7 23 IS
; dW 240.15' (2otitainr :
Like New f N of Rd A 1COMIeil. .t
of.14W' ofNE'4'
Jacksonville 398-3MH %. Ex Frontage on 433&-9.88A 11\ tiE Cer ForLC

Hairstyling Console Model makes fancy designs ..o6R4i. ot ;NliJ\4..to.'\ U. II'' 31' 121' ContaIner Corp 37.411 Hwy .to Powell A ot BE" at 811I14 14 7 !22! ... ....._... __ i--. ,. ..l9
MATERNITY WEAR stitches t -:;); 1<. Par Deeo in or Bit. -- Lv ..0ULS flWr" 0'
:< \V"4ofNE4EX'F3( 51-297 U" 118: Container' 1073 4831-A-E14 of NEW\
Academy sews on buttons 6n.8' 8 t 01.11\4.41..7E44 'If For',L>'O.'PtIW.II" '. NM, of'N30

make button holes & blind of NW'4 n II Z1 1911"Contalner Corp Ul.8t SE-4 E of.SR'lOO 11 T 21 40.U
2X W. BIONROEJACKSONVILLE 768-E14 of SE\4\ of -1'1I83-8V. of SEM of ContaIner Corp
stitches. No attachments NE'4: 23: II Z1 20. Container Corp 8.41 26EA EH ot.I 4839! -SWof NEU 15 7 21 For 1 JrGPwel22' 8011

Demonstrators $48 or $3 per '772-NE94 of NEM.Eq, I SW%" oI,26804Er, 40 Container;! Corp. Esi
: 353-0591 mo. Call Jax 771-1850 &A In N'W Coy .. 21 I Z1 55 Container Corp 28.92 I that Port. N of Rd.. 4841' -All EH of NEI For L..P0W2l

776-N94 of NW ;&:( .. I A: All' EM of NWVi' W.of Rd MEx /W-15 7 1 .. 7.11
:f ot of Rd 'ANEMf 23 7 C
SW14 NW3I A. of NE% S '. ntatln"o. .PCo".11

RiversidaHairstyling WESTERN STORE t SE\4\ ot NE\4\ ;24, II 31 iso Container Corp 78.10 ,,of of NWM f.NW44\ ..Ex.AWH .,.. I .455S-NW. % of NW94j 18 7 1. 22'. 40C..ntaln _'Corp' 4S4of

501-WIl ot NE'4 A lOA In NW Cop AWVi 48S4-A-NH of NE'4 For I.. 0 ppwill

LITTLE DUDE NWOSSr4, 01 of SBMl *f' NE741 NE94: at

F..c\B. \ '/ Ex lt4Wt.: I 21 9' Container NWttr A. W3.4iof.| ., NW'4 01 17 n.n
Corp 83.99 7 21
4982 411 Container'Corp
Academy 'Jacksonville's" :Most Complete Western Store 80M-a,. of I1. % ofNBX SWl N of Hd RdA -E% & E\Ia of
'2f1.ill 21 .. ,' KxfFrontace NW'4 &swM
20 Container EV4 of SEM-
Corp II.U 22 7 23 483.0' [j
"Where You'll Find Every
Shop for Mother-to-Be NE16I..Na-4 01. .on. Hwy tot USII-AII Ex 180 dontalner'- Corp

2639 PARK ST. thing: For the Horse 'Vt,4, 2' 8. It. 230. Container, Corp 170.11 PowelJ." 24, 8.-II. 130( Container, : .J.13US 4955-All. R/W._ U J4 7 U 141)) Contaln..r 'C M1448.0'f7804 Ii
JACKSONVILLE:; 688-8331 Enthusiast" 813-AJI' 80 8 21 840 Container Corp 351.71 For it O 4994-NWM Of NH14 7:11: 140 Container,.

JUDY'S Western Clothing Leather- 8 l4-A II 81' & 11"' 8411 Container Corp 411.1: 2793-8W of SEVi 25 6: 23 SO Container Corp 8819 A N.oL NW'4 Ea .
Accredited 518--NEi6 t Fi834.' ole > For it C Powell Est RfW 28 13.ttlo2'
I. Instructors goods Saddles and Trailers sct: .of }JJ1l: 4;.E% 2793-.SEVi of SW%. 25 'II 38 Pontalner Corp 25.33 6001-W.JA ot RWl4tof 7 23 1:0 Container Corp

Qualified MATERNALANE Charles & Sharon Petty' nr'E" : For it 0 Powell NE'. 5. E4 .t
Modem Styling \'r4\ &WQof 3988-W-H' o< NWVU NW A NWi. of

S Monthly Classes 1007 Park at 9 Points 002 So. Kdffewood Ave. N'V" B ot Ry 3',. 8 21. 1110 Container'. Corp, 281.n: Ex RA. II- Nil Cor. NWS n. .
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Services Held dren, and five greatgrandchildren. was a retired railroad conductor FIRST METHODIST. CHURCH
a member' of the Episcopal STARKE
For Mrs. BarefootIn Funeral services were held Church and, the Order ot Rail, School
Jones Chapel at 2:30: p.m.. Monday in JonesMemorial way Oon uctors. Sunday Church
Chapel with Rev. V. Surviving are, his wife, 0:45: a.m.; MornireVorshlp.... .
!Mrs. Reacy Leona Barefoot, J. Ragadaleit off lclatlng>, Blanche Wolfe ,Granger of 11 a.m.; Snack. supper
!\ MV1P meetings
82, of Starke, died Friday, men t was In" the family Inter.I' Waldo; one, daughter, Mrs. 6 p.m.;
6>30 p.ttiv;; Evening: Worship,.
JIarch 1, In a Maccleimy hos- Crosby Cemetery' Evelyn !Scales, (Keystone
pital after a. lingering illness DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeIn I Helgfcta l ; two sisters, !Mrs. C. 7:30: p.m.Monday.
She was 'born In Broker. on charge C. Sparkman of Waldo, and' ,, Circle 2., 3:30:
Jan. 17, 1886, the daughter of Mrs. R.. W. Washington, Lake p.m.; Commission! on..Education
City and one grandchild. 7 p.m.; Official, Board, 8 p.m.
the late Henry and Hannah ;
James H. Grander;: Funeral services were held Tuesday Circle 4, 10 a.m.;

Douglas Surrency. Retire ''Cond at 2 p.mj'Wednesday at the Circle S, 10 ,a.m.; MembershipClass. -------- "-.... r. .
Mrs. Barefoot had lived In ctor
I li Waldo Cemeterywith 3:30: p.m.; wesleyan
Starke since! 1922, and Was a Dies Iri t Waldo graveside Rev Fred> Yerkea and Rev. SerVice,Guild 7:30: p.m. BAYIESS HIGHWAY RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST...:
member; of the (First
Methodist J, F;.. Fullwood, officiating. Interment Wednesday! Circle 1,. 10 BAPTIST CHURCH CIIUKJCHSchedule CHURCH CHURCH I CHURCH:
Church. James Henry Granger; 79 Circle 8 10 a.m. Fellowship
was in the family plot a.m.; ;
Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m.I School 10 *. m
her Sunday
Surviving are husband, lifelong resident of Waldo, with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Supper. Sunday, School, 10 a. m.; of services: Sunday
Morn :
P. M. Barefoot three died School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 s. m. Morning Worship 11 a m.;
; daughters Monday afternoon In a Home In charge. Thursday MembershipClass Morning Worship Service, 11 School, ,,10 a.m. Worship, 11
Mrs. Juanita Dlnklns and Starke nursing home afteran ing Worship, 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m.-.Rev. Leland A.I Evening Worship 8 p. xa.
3:30 p.m.; Chancel ChoirRehearsal a. m.; Training- Union 6:30: a.m. and 7:30: Training
Mrs. Inez Green; both of extended Illness HHHamilton* p.m. Training Union. 6:48: p. m Baker, pastor.Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday
7:30: p.m. p. m: Evening Worship. 7:30p. : Union, 6:30: Rev. Jack
Starke; Miss Sara .Barefoot," Mr. Granger was born at Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal m.Prayer'Meeting.1. Stolte p-m.. Evening Service, 7:43.. Mid- Visitation, 10a. 8 p. m. Sing earls Friday at 8
Jacksonville; five grandchil Waldo on Feb. 11, 1889..:. He Services\ Held .3 p.m.. pastor.KINGSLEY i Week Prayer Service Wednesday m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane .pus-
W 7:30
d., : 7:45: p. m tor. : ;
Jin Jones Chapel p.,,m.'Q: A. Meeting/ Wed., LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTIST
O'BRIEN HAS TO GO Hermes H. Hamilton 61.diad ackle and'Sue Ellen Smith and Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: u. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. tn.

,Thursday; Feb. 29, at his one son Gerald.Smith, all of meeting, last Mondayin Morning Worship 11 .a. m. Morning Worship il a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
horpe 4n Lawtey after an ex-: Brooker; his father, Ruben F. ,each month. Rer. David Training Union 6:15: 'p. .m. services 63t., W. Pratt St. Sunday 10 Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a., m
tended,1I1ne.ss. Smith, Belle Glade; two Madelros,,.pastor. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. : Sunday School Worship 8 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: Pto

To Beat Last Mdntlis:;Sales :I Born In J, Rockford Ohio on'yfargh brothers, Howard Smith, Belle' Midweek Prayer Service a. m. Freachln. 11 a. m. Wednesday night service, Evening Service 7:30.: PraY-
Chat- Wednesday 7:30 m. Come Training Union 5:49: p. m.
3ff. 1900, Mr. Hamilton Glade and Isaac Smith : p. I
7:30 welcome. Meeting Wednesday ?:8P
: m. Everyone ,
Church Of> Jesus Christ: Of p.
sisters, let us worship together. Evening Worship, 1 p. m.
.retired mechanic and tanooga, Tenn.; three
:fras ,a.i Latter-day Saints -I* L. Parker, pastor. p. m. ,Rev. B. H. BuWe
Management Has Agreed To Special Prices, bad lived in Lawtey ior the Mrs. Brook Sheffield. Colquitt, Everyone welcome ..- Cider!: pastor
[1418 East Call! St.] VINE LEVEL BATTIStSunday A. O.
And Ted, Pete, Bill and Hob Are' Being; past' 18 years. He was a member Ga.; Mrs. Eddie Nunes San Services: pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST
of> the Board of Stewards Antonio, Texas; and Mrs. School, 10 a. mMornlna'
Pushed For Additional Sales'MARCH Priesthood 8:45 Sunday iIEiLBRONN BAPTIST
&l Orace. Methodist Church. Walter Hartzog, Attapulgus, 'School Worship 11 p.> m Sunday: Bible Study 10a.
10:00: Sacrament Sunday! School 1/:46/ a. a.!
I Pre-eervtoM (Booster: band, m. Miming Worship and
Surviving, are his wife 11:00. Sunday School, 9:43: a. fa. ;
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? Frances Bogue Hamilton, of Ga.Funeral services were ,held Branch President Young People, Mid Prayed Communion Service 11 a. m. Morning. Worwilp, 11 a. m.
8TH $ 9TH1TWO Morning Worship 11 a. i Training Union 0:30 W.
Lawtey; two sons, Lynn D. at 1 p. m. Sunday In Jones Dean Haraen. 9646278. Service]. 6 p. m. Evening m'l Evening services 6:30.: i p.
Youth Fellowship, ft Training Union 7:00
Hamilton. Starke: and Nor- Memorial Chapel with Rev. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Worship, 7 tf. ra. JUldwee p. Wednesday Worship servIce : ( p. m
DAYS ONLY man B. Hamilton*Gainesville: O. M. Sweat officiating..Inter- OF'STARKE Chair Practice: Wednesday 7 Evening Service, 8:00. Midweek
Service Wednesday. 7:30: p p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer
two brothers Kenneth Hamilton ment was in Crosby Lake West Weldon St. and Rat m. E. R, :Bowers, D. D. I 8 p.m. (! Bell. 'j m. Wednesday.Service. 1.:311:
Are Oranton. Wis., and Ernest Cemetery with DeWitt. C. Jones lord Road. tor. Rev. Robert D. Burch.Y p.
Hamilton Wabash, Ind.; three Funeral Home In charge of Sunday School: 10:00:()( a. m. r

sisters. Mrs. Esther. Fenner arrangements.LAWTEY. 11:00: a. rn. Morning Worship; r. rar
and Miss Jeanette Hamilton,I 0:00: m... C. A..Services 7:00p.
p. :
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CLEANUPDAYS both of. Plymouth, Ohio., and m. Evangelistic Services. f

Mrs. Muna Fisher Lakeside Wednesday: 7:3fr pju. :MidWeek An Investment In Your FutureatT p
Ohio. Also surviving: are four Prayer Meeting.

:,'grandchildren.Funeral services .were heldat By Eau Blanchard Jr.Pastor: Rev George Green GO f fAll

Memorial 3 p. m.Chapel Sunday with in Rev.Jones V. AAA AAAAAAAAA uu MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL r .1J; C, ?Mplewl111aewlsNYdr

-J. Ragadale and Rev. Ernest On Friday evening the young Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday)

AT Broske officiating. Interment people choir of Highland Bap- School., 11:00: a. m.' Morning ,
I was in Crosby Lake Cemetery tist Church met at the home of Worship, 0:00: p. m. Training

SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO. with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Mrs John Brown to practice Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening r .
Home In charge of arrange- for association sings. They Worship. AJJed.-t ch o1
CALL 387-3556 ( ments. will sing: at the Air Park Bap- Wednesday 7:30: Prayer ea, tist Church on Saturday eve Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes-
Jack Smith Fatally ning. nl! 'ht-7:00: p. m. Family Robert Louis Stevenson said?
To Sure We .
Make I CanSupply\ Your Equipment Grace (Methodist: Sunday Night. ,..

Needs Stricken On 'Job School 9:43: a. m., Worship' 11a. *'1'heworldlseofullot!

GAS OR'DIESELMASSEYFERGUSON' ,.Near, Brooker m.First Baptist: Sunday School BETIIFX,BAPTIST CHURCP "- a number of things, a f r t .larch.he

I I 9:45: / a. m., Worship 11; a. m. Sundays School.,10 pa. m 3Pm rare we should all beas ? r

I' Jack Smith 40. of Brooker, and 7 p. m., Training 'died suddenly last! Friday 6 'sp.,m. Midweek services Wednesday Evening Worship. 4:30; p. m happy aa kings.

Tractors And Equipment At Terrific Savings II I morning ot an apparent heart 7 p. m. Prayer Mee Ina 7:30: p, m Qdy:
) attack while on his job et Church of Cod: Sunday Wednesday.- ev. J. C. Hes ,Coda world!!Is filled with loveliness,but! we reed!
\ Us
Sorry But The Manufacturers WillNot Allow
the Florida Hydrocarbonsplant School 10 a., m., Worship 11. a* ters, pastor.
To Publish These Special Prices where he had been em- m.and 6:30: p.m., Y"PE' ; Wednesday I \ to add oar own touch of beauty, so that wa might: '_

ployed as a utility man for 7:30: p. m. Prayer services HOPE ,BAPTIST CHtmCIJEll'bwat trie builders of a!letter world with Him. ...: c--
'about two years. Friday.7:30: .p..1110 [ 100 ,a' There***),
SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO. Highland Baptist: Sunday r Each of us was given talents which would ney
Mr. Smith was born In Do- Sunday School, 10 a. ma '
I I than Ala. on Dec 13, 1927. He School 9:43: / a. m., Worship 11 Morning Worship-11 a. m enable us to contribute to'the world end 'ey. a :

was a member' of,the, Fnptlsl' a. m* and ,7:30: p. m., Choir Training Union-6:30 p. m.
533.1 Beaver
W St. c
; 'I practice 6:30: p. m., Prayer mankind something great and lasting and _
Church. Evening Worship 7:15: I
Jacksonville, Fla. Phone 387-3556 I Surviving are his wife Opal I services Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ;f.m. beneficial May: each of ua use these ,
The sing at this Church on '
King Smith; two daughters,;, Saturday evening was enjoyedby ? WednesdaY' Nlgnt :2""aywServices ?talents to the Glory of God.'l, :.
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I ,- 7:30: Rev.
.. u. C- .. _" .. H' I a large attendance with a Merle Packham p. m. I Add a touch of beauty to your life'( -
_, : : : ,; : : : : _:__T : : : : .:' good many other Churches pastor.BOATDRAIN I :
represented.. Refreshment were Ij j 4 this week by attending church.:
_ served to approximately 200. BAPTIST. d

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I The community wall saddenedby I ,",.HI.'" --OY.- ..... "" w -:

1968 MOBILE the death of H. H. Hamilton Sunday School, 10 a.m.I .1i"1.1: "" : "
Feb 29. '
: on Thursday Morning Worship, 11 .f> t.
am.I J
; is extended Mrs. ,
!Sympathy Training! Union, 6 p.m. Evening -, Vrtif '
''Hamilton in her loss. ...
Worship, 7 p.m.. Prayer' ,
I Mr. and Mrs. George R. Sum- I' '
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Meeting, Wedneeduy. p.m.NORTHSIDE '
merlin of Lake City spent last ,
I t"", ,"
week with Mrs. Summeriin'sbrotherinlaw I ...' 'j :" .

12 WIDE and Mrs. H. E.and Priest.sister, Mr. Located on: BAPTIST itayioM: .IO.b .... ,I<.' )"4-' ,jl .; "
HOM'E 1 \ < ,.
I way [SR 2251at. Ralford Road' ; <
MIltS Elizabeth Terry spent ., ;<}o.f t ;... .
(tSR 161. Services: HuruUi < .
2 BEDROOMS Thur ,tay' td 'Saturday t-lth c ..... '
Mrs. C. E. Strickland in Gaines School i9 a. m. Sunday .w.'I'i.r : '
Marnlng Worship,.,11 a. m }: :;::: :e1&i& ,.,.. . .. : :.,.. .. .. ... ....."....!
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Only ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier, Training, Union 6:30:: p. m !." Trtt. .:.:.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce, and Evening Service. 7:30.: MidWeek :;. 5.5, dtCoda....;.........er to Ihh weld(fir rwdlnj. "' .H.*iMwhrfp. .' tf Mil lovt \\N'll//b. 1j11; -

per month (or even less) Miss Gertrude Cruce were last Prayer Service, Wednesday :::: IH MB OM!.>Hk amort."lot am la mound ti'Hat I h"by hin..hh n.lgh..,.Without"' :::::

$50-23 weekend visitors of Mr. and 7:30. -Rev. Glenn L..w :: aim. |roudi| h 1M.k..al sad,M gonnnmnf at wltly. or my of Wo trill bug r::; 1 :::>'j'
INCLUDES SALES TAX, INSURANCE I Mrs. Leonard Cruce and family lion, paator. ::: .MMMra wad.tile ftHtfam.. vkkh n hold M tor nil, im.itabry f.\A.\ .Ttwifait MM' :.: :::::1i
DELIVERY AND SET-UP I In Sanford. i 1 lea a n hk" phi i of view m ihoiiU" wppoit HM chisel,la tin. sake.II lha ..Hurt d. 1:1 jj;; =

I Artie, Gene Duncan of Talla- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ::{ of.MmH"'" *W,. Mi roAUf.Ityond, .Dial. ,lmm,every' >!',1OtI should uphold and par.aVitofi : ::::::: _
hassee spent the weekend with BROOKER :::: la.rka Chunk hmaia M'lids III"irate about am',lift,deals. and dad ny; .lhatMa Fll(1J n.1 ::
S& H his brother and sister-in-law 1::: hkk..nlN Ml..kta. fna la.lha. o*a AM of Co* WI 10'\ ;:::: ::

Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan. Sunday School. 10 a. m., : ColnmlAdv.br. :::j::

Plus 10 ,000 GREENSTAMPS Sgt. and Mrs. Quincy Cruce Morning Worship. 11 a.-m.- h :: Z::::::s:::::::f::::::::ffmffiyyi::::;: ;:: :: ::: : :::::: ::: ::::; ::::::::i:: ::: :::::: ::; : :: :::::::::::: ::::::::::w::::::::::: ::::{;:: =: :;:;: ::;::::'.:':::::
announce the arrival of a son Training Union 6:30: p. m.,
Iin I Germany. Paternal. grandparents Evening Service, '/::30. Rev. I

are Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Conway pastor This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Following :
I Frank Cruce.
_, c."h WITH EVERY DEAL Mrs.Jack Pons and son.Joey MADISON STREET i .Civic-Minded Business Firms
of Tallahassee are visiting her BAPTIST CHURCH
PR II MADE THIS WEEK ; parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. I FAULKNER
Sunday, March 10- Sunday
c"earr.TAMP. Reddish, this week. d Edwards Grocery &
TIIRU SUNDAY !Mr. and Mrs. Fred !Moore School 9:45: a. m. Morning SINCLAIR SERVICE

Jr. and children of Homesteadwere Worship. 11, Youth Choir Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc.
weekend, visitors of Mr. Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth HAUL RENTALS

SAVE $ $ and Mrs. W. F. Moore and Union.Choir Supper 6:15. WMU, 5::46. Training Truck Trailer Groceries-Meats-Fe da Complete Featuring Paint Ace Hardware HuppUM
$ $ $ $ Micky. Visiting! on Saturdaywere : : Prayer Circle -
Mid Spurting) Good
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce :15. Evening Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil

And A You Can Trust Boyer. and Miss Cherrt Shep- 7:30.: Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke "clDpI WITH us rmsr
Deal With Company pard of Tampa, Miss Rachel Tuesday Circles worahlP"1 Fla.
Boyer and Mrs. Fred Brownof meet, 7:30: p.m.Wednesday %Washington St. 864-5370
709 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899
For Less"Large
Sells Quality
"Nobody Jacksonville and Mr. and Prayer Meeting .. ,

: Mrs. Wesley Thomas and family Visitation, Deacons MeetIng -: j\-\ Lawson Meat Market
of Live Oak. 7:15: p. m. Church Choir DOYLE CONNER \ c rte'
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gools- AND COLD STORAGETWo ?
8:30.Thursday .
Selection of Late Model Used Mobile by of Baldwin were visiting I Insurance Agency
Sunbeams and In Cu tom
their son and daughter-in-law OF STARKE, INC. Specialize + SlAoghtet

Homes For As Little As $100 Down And Mr. and Mrs. W. H.week.GoolsbyJr. GAs meet.Norman. L. Redding, Interim S-A-V-E U.S. 301 NORTHlPrrepared Fort Deep pFree.se
., the first of pastor. With Your Mutual Agent
PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT Mrs. Hester lUcks and Ph. 961.7600 Starke, Fla. rliONE 964-7059
daughter Mrs. Glenn Shuford, 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7369
I were visiting Mr. .. Hick's sister STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH,

Mrs. James Hogan, and

Buy Your Mobile Home From Us 1 Mr. Hogan In Jacksonville dur- Sunday, March 10 Sun VICKERY GARAGE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

ing the week. day School, 9:43: a.m. :Morning! \
YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Carter I Worahljp 11 a.m.; sermon, 528 S.alnut St. Y
and Mrs. Lois Carter visited : "Nothing But Leaves." Phone 964.6022 TELEGRAPH PEST
-...............' -.or'1'. '''''. .\ ,. Miss Debby Phillips! In Mac- tog Union 6:13. Evening Train-Wor- I

r : clenny. and on Sunday.Mr. Mr. S.. E. FrenchSr. Healing ship, 7:30 of p.m.Naaman.; sermon" "The Complete REPAIRS<: Automotive Phone 961.6 3 0,-) ONTROL

; : of Jacksonville are spend Monday "
RA meeting, 5
NlsflJn ; :( r ing a few.days with their son- p.m. Youth Choir 7 p.m. I For Every Need Printing-Office Supplies i & CHEMICAL CO.
Mr. and
in-law and daughter
Tuesday Helen Masters ALTERNATOR SERVICE<:
f Mrs. B. 1. Wllkerson Jr. Circle, 9 a.m., Sunbeams, Jun-

Mrs. O. J. Phillips visited Mr. ior !Choir, 3:30: p.m. Primary I 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
and Mrs. Leslie Fhlllipa In Choir, 4 p.m. Ethel Biggs''
Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday Circle.. 7:30: pm., home of Mr\ / Charley E. John BRADFORDABSTRACT

I MOBiLE'1 ': HOMES: 'INCi : J Ji Mr. and of Mrs.last week.Leon Wilker-. Hazel Rltch.Wednesday. Prayer. Meeting i,I Agency Company Inspections' & Estimates
Shell Service
I son ardi happy to have their 7 p.m. Church Choir Prac-1 I j 131 .. Walnut Ph. 964-5070 Hurst

son SP/4 Timothy R. Wilker tlce, 745.: : GENERAL INSURANCE 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
on, at home on leave. He arrived Thursday Visitation Nobody But Nobody CTDdeneOf
Day. Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 961-6111
i U. S. 41. North Lake-City. Fla. Phone 752-2797 Sunday after 12 months Weekday Bible Class, 10 a.m.} Charley H. John* Agency :;Starke Fla. Ph. 961.6881 603 8. Walntrt Star**
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Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 From TourneyThe

wic Hawthorne Hornet
,. cauht' fire In the third quarter
The monthly luncheon BRIDGE ,.z last Saturday night and
meeting of the Woman's Club The Duplicate Bridge Club, used a 70 per cent shootlnn!
was held Tuesday, Feb. 27, a.t sponsored by the Woman'sClub S mark In that period as a

the educational building of of Keystone Heights en- springboard: to a 76-57 win
the Community Church. Joyed five sessions In Febru: over Keystone Heights In the :

Mrs. David Nelson, presltfent ary. The winners were: Class C, Group 10 tourna.
welcomed the members Feb. 1-1st, Mrs. A. Larsen : : : ment. The victory qualified -
and their guests and thanked and Mrs. P. Boyd and Mr. and! the Hornets for the regional Open :
the social committee: Mrs Mrs. A. Bachmann.Feb. meet this week.Hawthorne .

Sara McDonald, chairman 12-Tie for 1st: Mrs. P. hit 12 of 17 field Set
and her committee Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. T. McGuire; goal attempts in the hot third

Murrhee, Mrs. C. King, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. Tolles; 48 quarter with Tommy Ellis going At Pine I
A. Malmgren. points 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. J. six for six. He poured In 31
Mrs. Steve McDonald, pro- McCullougft, 45''I./6. points for the game to pace
gram chairman, introduce! Feb. 19-1st S. LaCoste and : I all scorers. Pine Air
Mrs. Steve Moore who directed L. Kyle, 151%. 2nd, Mrs. P. The Hornets out-rebounded 'vited the :

Boy Scouts of Scout Troop. Boyd and Mrs. T. McOuire, L the losing Indians by a 51-38 new
program. "History of the Flag] ; and Mrs. T. Barclay. Sandy Orayson was the only ing open
of the TTnlted States of Amer Feb. 28-1st, S. LaCoste and Not Bad, for One DayHoward Indian in the double figures i night. \

L. Kyle. 63. 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. with a total of 21 points. p .m. The

ica.Mrs.. McDonald IntroducedMrs. A. Bachmann 58. 3rd; Mr.' Tucker left) and Don I rwrenoe, both of Key- Win Over Melrose S-214 near

Clifford) A. Boyd, chairman and Mrs. F. Tones 67%. stone heights, are pictured with a handsome. spread of 'lOIS :In their game last Friday Highway 21
of Foreign Friends Committee The club meets every Monday nlRht. the Indians tightened stone
whiting: caught by two men and their wives on a fishing
of the First Methodist night at the Municipal their defense In the third The new
expedition to the Barge Canal near higHs, Monday.. The fish to handle
Church of Gainesville. Building. Play starts promptlyat quarter and rallied for a ..5552 -
averaged three-quartern of a pound, with some weighing up
Mrs. Boyd's guests from Tokyo 7:30.: For further Information win over Melrose, qualifying per<
contact Mrs. Anna to two pounds. Frozen shrimp were used!' for bait. It'" wife foot building
and Kyoto Japan and James them to meet Hawthorne
to that the Tucker and Lawrence freeyert. will be well air condl '
now( residents of Gainesville 4734334. ay for the Class C, Group 10 title.
were Mrs. Murase, wife of the LIONS ASK: SUPPORT stocked with fluh for the next few moiitliH Melrose had a 34-28 halftime dock height, :

visiting math professor, Mrs. FOR EYE! CONSERVATIONDonors lead, but the Indians wide paving
Imani whose husband is a student are still needed for rallied and moved bark ahead I truck
at the Unlvrslty of Florida eye-wills for the North Florida at 43-40 going into the final Two large,

and Mrs. Konishl, whose eye-bank at the University To Incorporate quarter. The two teams matched eered
husband is Dr. Konishl- Medical Center In Gainesville, points the rest of the way. cases each,
specialist at the t1nLvers\ty Recent donors include Kath- Sandy Grayson led Keystone end of the

Teaching Hospital and a permanent erine E. Sullivan and John J. with 23 points and 16 re- Truck dock

resident of Gaines- Sullivan, both of Keystone Melrose Action bounds. Mike Murrhee had 15 for ten \ .
Heights and Mrs. E. necessary, j ( > .
Margaret points and Jeff Butts 11. plus
ville.The vehicle. I f .. .
-Jennessy of N. | | I !
club members enjoyeda Elizabeth J. 15 rebounds. David Tomilnson I
demonstration of the correct Anyone wishing know toDPed the losing Mustangs Sanitary | < ( ) ( \

way to don a Japanese Kl- more of the Eye-Bank and Group Sets GoalThe with 22 points, and Steve Co- products Is .
mona. the making of three how it operates. Is asked to burn added 14. characteristic
classic flower arrangements get In touch with Sight-Con- plant, with : j :

and a fascinating display of ervatlon! Chairman. Ernest L. stainless I
'Origami/ ," the unique Jap-, Jones' of the Keystone Lions stirring of civic consciousness by MAC since its meetingswere finishes far '
anese art of paper folding. Club or any other Lion, and came to Melrose Tuesday launched last fall. Other Now OpenIn normal I : I

The Alachua Federation of receive literature the sub- night when some 30 area areas In which needs are recognized Precincts A rigid
all Clubs In the area, will ject.And I residents signed as charter were outlined by 1st gram is : : :

meet in Hawthorne on !Wednesday of course, any worthwhile members In the proposed non- Vice President Moore as follows Registration book are now ing this !

March 13. Meeting project costs money to profit Melrose Action Committee : recreation facilities, Including open in Clay County voting

will begin at 10:30: a. m., followed ( operate so those who would Inc. youth center park, precincts and will remain open
by luncheon. Any members rather give money are welcome Rev. T. A. Steuart presidentof and public beach: assistance to there through Saturday, Clay \ I

interested in attendingthis to do so. Recent money the group during Its organ- the already existing Melrose March 16, when they will be
meeting, please call Mrs. donations to the North Florida izational period, said that II Blood Bank:: assistance to the returned l to the courthouse In
David Nelson. 4734119. Eye-Bank have been made articles of incorporation will Volunteer Fire Department: Green Cove Springs.In .
The contest to find the most by> C. B. Oarber Herbert A. be forwarded Immediately to and the Society of Friends, the Commissioner district

beautiful tree In Keystone Nelson and Buddy Oarbett all the Secretary of State for approval which provides for the needs represented by O. J. Murrhee. out Elementary !

Heights sponsored by Mayor of Keystone Heights and by and chartering under of shut-ins: better communications Sr. of Keystone Heights the register Clay f : < 1
Me HllbrandA of Clara City, between, races In the !
Raymond Starnes is open to Florida statutes. books are open dally [except starting :
all members of the Woman's Minn. Other organizing officers of community; steps to combat Sunday] from 9 a. m. to 12 August or l
Club. We hope there will be LIBRARY NEWS the grOUP are f Clifton" Eng Illiteracy and sub-standard noon. and from 4 to 8 p. m. intendent :
many entries: either black and Sixteen kindergarten: chll- land. 1st vice president; Richard living conditions generally at the following places: announced :
white or color photographs, dren enjoyed a trip to the D. Moore, 2nd vice president among a large segment of the Precinct 5 Klnarsley Lake "During

are acceptable. Bring your Keystone Public Library on ; Retha May Wanton.treasurer population: betterment of Baptist Church, Mrs. Mary of March, on : )
snaps to the business meeting February 28, escorted by Mrs.L. ., : and Christine Bartett health conditions In the community Shipman, deputy supervisor. days. !

Tuesday, May 14. This may Heskett and> assisted byMrs. secretary. and especially the Precinct 6-Home of Delma Freedom of :
seem a long way off, but ade- S. Brooker, of Keystone Permanent officers will be school; serving as a coordinating Smith deouty supervisor,"near the school

quate time must be allowedfor Heights School. elected at a later meeting group for civic activities. Oa developing of films and After the story hour. Mrs. after the charter Is received. Only one dissenting voice 15. Prmne 473-4598 ning first I *: [ !

possibly enlargements.The D. Lawrence, librarian, told Objectives of the proposed was heard during the evening Precinct/ 7 Office of Keystone nouncement ,
C. I, P. chairman, Mrs.!\. the children how to handle corporation were described! as: -that of R. I1. Simmons, who Heights Water Works, It was : ;
John Bird has sent the Key books and gave them a few Gathering facts about the said the proposed corporationcould Dorothy B. Koons. deputysu- hours for I'

stone Heights Report of [Civic pointers on what not to do. needs and problems In Melrose not accomplish) anythingthat pervisor.! Phone 471-4304.: 10 a. m. to 2 : ,
Improvement Program] to ST. WILLIAMS NEWS and a group of citizens, organized ( i
surrounding area; devisIng Persons are eligible to regIster exceptions are
State Headquarters at Lake Rlntrrt -III nlavpH every- Pr-!day plans and programs and Into a club, could not who are 21 years of age, ents are I : !

land for Judging.: It will then night In the church hall.l Play mobilizing the resources of do.He and who have been residentsof the s:9'! ;
be sent to Washington, D.. C. begins promptly at 7:30: p. m. the community to deal with was quickly taken the county for six months, where their
Mrs. Bird wishes to thank BOWLING NEWS the needs and problems with by his son. Ed Simmons and the state for one year. tending.
everyone who helped her make The Northwest Florida found: and to be available as who said: "Incorporation Children '
enable to take advantage of
Travel[ League played In Jack. a coordlnatingagency for us offered by I 'of age, or "

onvllle] on February 11. De- the programs of other service many county state programs, and federal governments ing their daughter and family Jan. 1, 1969, .
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Witt C. Jones team played organizations In the community which we could not Mr. and Mrs. John Harber> and enter first >
against Ernest Spreaders Ser seeking like goals. children. 1968-69 .
benefit from
vice of Ocala. and took two Though many possible areas The next meeting of the J. Leslie Price, Sr. suffered Parents or
points. Neoma Nelson had high of activity were outlined criticism will be held Tuesday. a broken leg last week In an tering
game with 181 and total woo i of conditions at the Melrose group In the accident at his home. provide( birth
April 2, at 7JO: p. m.
of 647. Total wood with handi- school drew the most fire house. Rev. A. E. Eggleston who other legal !
cap for team was :3<60. We from members of the audience. Episcopal parish has been In critical conditionfor of child being :

had two of our regular members The opening shot( was fired several weeks Is finally :In addition: t
out. but had two fine subs by Dr. James Neale pastor of C of C ProgramAt responding! to treatment and of blrthdate, '

MELROSE[ for them Hannah Weston and Faith Presbyterian Church, Keystone Rotary has been, improving.New eligible to
Mary Culbreath, both of Gain who suggested sending a letterto residents to our community must, upon
esville. The team wishes to the Putnam County School Speaking before the Rotary are Mr. and Mrs. Roger compliance I

thank you for the good results Board calling attention to Club of Keystone! Heights last Durkee of Dudley, Mass. "present a
BUSINESS you did for our team. "deplorable" conditions in the Friday, P. J. Novak: executivevice who have bought a home here county health : :
We play our next game In school. These included Dr. president of the Starke- and plan to spend winters. In a licensed I
Gainesville at Palm Lanes on Neale said: filthy conditionsof Bradford County Chamber of Melrose. certifying that >
DIRECTORY March 10. Starting time 1 p rest rooms teachers holding Commerce said that organiza- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peeplesof no

m. and finishing about 4 p. m classes in a quonset hut, and tions similar to present-day West Palm :Beach were re- cable disease :;\ '
BEAUTY Anyone is welcome to come an old school bus no sick chambers had played an Important cent guests at the home of warrant such 1

SHOPKEYSTONE and give us moral support. roomnot even a bed-for a role Ui history as far llr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Isen- from the / : : : ; I :
ST. ANNE'S NEWS child who might become 111 back as 6OGO years. lower. ["Florida ] :
during the school day. He also : I .
Evening prayer services will Noting that one of the primary Skippy Wodey who has Parents :
suggested endorsing the objectives functions\ of Chambersof been this law will
stationed In
be read and of
study the new oieenland
BEAUTY SHOP Communion Service will be of the teachers as related Commerce Is the promotionof for a year, came home Thurs< last minute : : ;

*** .* > 0.- started! this Thursday eveningat to improving conditionsIn a healthy climate for busi- day. He will spend his fur- medical I
ftftottulO.C.Came 7:30: and continue each the schools although not ness and Industry, Novak said lough with his wife, Elsie August. ;
*, Qoeatve! Thursday evening through actual endorsement of the that they also support many Jane. His next assignment will For further
walkout itself.President .
1raJr8t Lent. other community projects to be in Blythsville, Ark. parents are ; I
bhtdlllll Steuart said thatno meet the ever-changing prob- Mr. and Mrs. with the
Beaaty .,.,. Ross,
Thanks to everyone who complaint should
ilI"onII cd be filed lems of a growing" nation.yyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyyyy. owners of the Exceptional school where
B..uty OUlturt made the Shrove Tuesday I
Open Ta..s.t.. until a factual rreport of conditions Children's Home In be enrolled j
closed 8-G', Pancake supper a big success. had been made afteran . ,. stead, spent Home- .
JolODday I Saturday with -- --
Plans are In the making for investigation by a commit. Mr. :
and Mrs.
George DeValencla.. .AH' tuiu Mis.
another sale. The
NURSERY rummage tee he proposed to appoint
MELROSEBy Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .
East- ilio witiuobe
date will be announced later. later. He also said the new organization erling and
children Terry 1. IFlrtrt 11 ?
u.v lt >
HERE AND THERE I should not endorsea '
Nuraery Bowe Kathy and Edgar, of Eau Oalle "....A 44 M44u. '
Thwy Mrs. Alma Frost met with controversial issue although Joyce visited I'
iou Mrs. .
Eastcrling' ,
JI1OraA '.1loW PUI< UK
:u lInus 8JII cd an unfortunate accident when individual members were en- 5.AA AAMr. .. ...... brother, Chester Wesley. ..$tba.U 1.1.ul i \ \
Hunery 8&a1b she fell and dislocated' her, couraged to write their opinions Mrs. I
StOClJt and Mrs. Jimmy Williams Maggie Stlnert returned ."1'!. J'l ", ,td
ot ThClUaa.D& shoulder. She is In the Bradford to their legislators, school
PJan A P'ruft TrMe boards became parents of a home last; week. .1i.. ""' ......... ; !
dJoo.. frOll1. to Hospital but hopes to be and the Governor. Mrs. Nettie Mann
vergre.iia Niee Shad. Trees, back home soon. Her son He joined in criticism of baby boy Tuesday Feb. 27. along fine Is getting ..bflyoue ..n..u: : I

1nti.: All .. LJid.cap. Walter Frost Jr.. Is In Keystone conditions at the school. and The baby has been named surgery at the following Methodist\ recent ..di IUd letuji. ; ,,
In oont&fne1'8l James Ralph Williams. JrMotner Hospital ..11..1' oj 'I
Plant &I11'ttaMt. Heights at present.Mr. declared there are "four 35 m in Jacksonville.The .
.&& .... Ca A11f.. A and Mrs. Jack Haber p. h. speed signs on highway and baby came home Keystone men's .&"u"I..u\i::.\: I
basket '
Let in the Melrose from Alachua Oeneral Friday
school zone.
M do stroh have been entertaining bal teams defeated the Melrose
Phone 7011I' I&fldcapgJLg guests from the North during He said these and other incor- and both are doing fine. Mr. Men's /Iw.: '. uiu MIB.
M9.aiga: the past month. They were rect signs had been reported and Mrs. Henry Williams of rose High team gym In Wednesdaynight. the .Mel .......II..W IMS : :

USED CAM Mrs. Dorothy Gardner Mr.Haberstroh's by him to the Putnam County Melrose! are paternal grandc/ wLll ft jxuky : ;:
School Superintendent several parents. i ........,-. Jue
sister, of For Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coburn '
months ago but no action had Mrs. B. E. Kelley spent Friday JOJllJj iluea ( :
Hanks Wayne, Ind, Mr. and Mrs. H., and family will soon be moving -
Uaed Car. P. Haberstroh Mr. Haber been taken. in paUttita to Homestead. : C c..a: 641.1 JCI

BIG CASH DISCOUNT stroh's brother and slster-ln RevBill Poppell added his Mr. and Mrs. lianseyFinn!. We would like to welcome 'Juwo: .... I
TERMS law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter voice to criticism of school and family spent Sunday In Thomas Bell who recently ivu. .. .leireii: : I

( BUY SELL TRADE Fravel of Philadelphia, Pa., conditions describing them as Waycrosa, Georgia' visiting moved here. He works with I -1.U.1 Clow; *
. Rt. 1 Doz 80 and Mr. and Mrs. :M. Biehleof "Intolerable." I Harvey's parents Mr. and Mrs. the Florida Forest Service. a'gu4.4 \ ; I
!y. 100 a MU_,. a.! 8fuoke; Kenmore, N. Y. Reports were given by E. B. Finn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coff- land M 1 1

! chairmen of several projects Mr. and Mrs. John Clarke man and children of Jackson Kelley and I: :>

, that had already been started I are In Buena. vista, Va. visit! vllle were recent guests of of Melrose.

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ettin Three Pai Twi'' _ COT7lJTV TFIKCjr< 'n. STARK! FLO n A -THURSDAY---MARCH 7. Iflcg

I a sharp Jerk and set the hook. mouth. The key system of I TIlKUIVTBH MVI'ICK OF INTKIVTIOIV' To
: Charles Pardee of Keystone next week SSOTICW'' OF IVTH'NTIO'V .
7s I ', ,
Do I Methodist Si..t Si 1.1 I HF:<.l'" t KICTIT10UH NAMK
: not try to force the fish Identification Is based on FICTITIOll: *
Heights Chuck Pardee Linda To send a good poem your ;Notice; !la hereby given that
VOICE of the in. Let him play himself out characteristics. Black bass usually .Martin .of Gainesville Marshall way. Notice In. hereby given Hintthe .the undct-HlKtied under the nmvlblnns ,-
under the proVivian
undersigned of Section .
by pulling your line againstthe spawn in spring when Pardee and:!, Pat Raley of Revival Set of Section. 80S.09, Klorlcln' da Statutes 198B, 865.09 will reguter Flori

drag. or letting the handle the water temperature is 'Jacksonville. Statute. 190ft. will reglntor with with tho Clerk o-f the Circuit
SPORTSMANI back up if necessary. If the around 70 degrees. The male MELROSE For March 7 722The the Clerk of the circuit County.t-1'' County In and for Bradford
Bradford ,
Saturday night Pete and In and for County, Florida upon receipt ofprnof .
I fish is a fighter bring him in clears a circular area for nestIng barbecue Florida, upon receipt, of >pr"fof of publication. of this ,II", ,.
By i by pumping rod that is Joyce Barton had a publication of 'hla notlti1, the'flftltlo.ua ., the fictitious ,
/ your then the female lays an [from Preceding raid First Tire tl< name "(
following Methodist Sturk!
chicken supper and the Churchof mime of Stall's tinnier< undur which Wolire
raising It. it and
MikeChittyXwafl \ lowering of 5.000 eggs. The Mr. Starke will hold Sales under which I um en- ciiftuKed In buRlneiut at
average people were guests: revival '\T, Idl
To help us think throughthe :iI5'
the lit l
l' taking up line. It is a good because the services lfulln"I In l bu"lneaN 10.: Call Street Starko Florida
male guards these and startingSunday night 'itlit.
and Mrs. Ralph Fillmon Fl""
Idea to use a net even if the perplexities of the positions Miidlmin St., Starke.! Stanley Mathls nntf Miriam.
female has no more concern Mr. and March 17 and continuing Piirkt-r, St.:: :
1 -. fish Is small. Then there will daughters of Tampa of Christians regarding Janio T. Moore solo 1I1..lhIN.. 1643 N. W. 14th Avot
after she lays the eggs. The Mrs. Robert Ward of Starke, the war in Vietnam. a Confer- through Friday night March P. o. Box 70. tflurkf, Fin Uiilneovllle. Fla.. owners
be no danger of getting hookedor
to correct mistake ownvr.
a en me some Important tips. number that survive depends Thieman, 22. Dated this :20th day of Fefc.runry. .
and Fred
Mr. Mrs. Fell-
,',f'(>m.last week about the You should troll along the losing/ the fish. If you havea upon the condition' of the water Mr. and Mrs. James Chitty ence has been planned for Morning services will be held Dated A.I this) :2fflth lIHI8( tiny nl '.r Simkilluidford -, A.1>. 1\168\) at Starko.,
Wednesday March 8. from ruary
..deadllne being Tuesday\ if edge of the grass 'and trees strike and do not hook of Seattle. at 10 o'clock special youth .. County Florida.' Bradford County Florida
: him place cork line Mrs. Doris Wood 3:30: to 9:30: p. m. at the University :2-JIt!I H 3--1 2-29 4t I-3i
you.have toy news you would but remain far enough out to ;, a on your eat almost Richardson! of services at 6:30: p.m.. and regular -
Florida black Wash. Leo :
,IJlJce, .to have in my column keep from getting hung The and throw the'shiner back as catch Chit- Methodist Church In evening serv-Icea- at 7:30.:
anything they can Jacksonville and Wayne
,Cla11 475-2171 before 'P. m.MOtOAV. speed of your boat Should be near 'the same place as pos had Gainesville. Dr. H. A. Bosley The public Is invited to attend
the first a
I want to stress the as low as a 3 hp. motor will sible. Chances are he 'will be and swallow. After ty. Sunday the Bartons successor to Dr. Ralph Sock- all service* of the week Jones Funeral Home
grow'from two to honoring DeWitt C.
imPortance of you [my read- 'troll [about like paddling]. waiting and may strike again.In year, they 'and i family birthday party Calvin man at Christ Church New which .aril) be conducted by

,era] Jn my work. If all of you Let your shiner out behind the case you haven't guessed five Inches in length Joyce's father York City, will bring two addresses Rev. Ronald K. Sumpter a native -

.Will let me know when you boat and try to keep It just off the bass Is my fish of the from one to three pounds In Ward of Starke. Those enJoyIng and- followed by question of Jacksonville III. The 29 STARKE PHONE 961-6200(
largest Mr.
weight a year. The this affair were: and Hscusslon'
I week. periods groups. old evangelist graduatedfrom
have a good- day hunting orLsbthg. the bottom. Let shiner year
your black bass on record Is 22. 114| Mrs. Calvin Ward Mr. and Dinner at a reasonable price the University of South KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
$ will both is
we profit swim freely without pulling.!;! HI. Sports fans! This your and
'from it. When rolling-fisherman. with sad pounds. Mrs. Freddie Watterson will be served at 6:30: p. m. Florida In. December 1964 with
you get a bite,
TITS ON TROLLING should release your line and you news. Due to the rough winds More large bass are caught I daughters Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fred There will be no registration a B.A. degree and from the Rental Services

on live bait than any other Lovell Mr. and Mrs. charge. Everyone Is Invited. Candler School of Theology at
fish have slowed down
count to 13 the
This week we are going to or a cigar-
way. However there are thou- Halslop and Mr. and Mrs. The Church Mission Studyat Emory University with a D.D. HOSPITAL JJEPS WHEEL CHAIRS
If March
look at Just one of the ette and count 7. This considerably. con-
many. gives baits that James Conner all of Starke:
sands of artificial Hawthorne is open to all degree.
man: ways to fish for baas the bass time to get the shinerIn tinues fisherman like can it has foriret.started it.. we are really good. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fillmon i members of the church. The After serving student apDointments l cit UTCII ES

,trolling with shiners. My con- his mouth --- -------- and daughters. Mrs. Allean for four years. Rev.I
get a good Enough small talk let's see There is no need for a study will last for four successive -

,jniUant Roy Griffins has giv,:' hoH on it. Now. give your line what's happening. closed season on bass because Moore and Mrs Olga Fillmon Sunday nights beginning Sumpter served as evangelist .
and children all of Tampa; for one year and Is now serv-
but last Sunday night with a .
Oriffin's Lodge [west shore they are so --
is daily limit of ten. Mrs. Doris Wood of Seattle sandwich supper at 6:19.: ing .as a pastor in the First -
Sante Fel reported a bad there a
STARKE NURSING 'HOME Wash.; Leo Richardson of Methodist Church South Mi "rhal's Our Busine8,
of the maintainedin
weekend because Hatcheries are GLASS
Jacksonville Mr. end Mrs. ami. He has. a special
weather. The fish are on the Haven and Welakato
and adults. and
George Hill of Keystone youth young ,
I i 808 S. COLLEY ROAD bed but because of the west produce fingerlings for restocking Heights: Mr. and Mrs. Jack l Is cxperlecned In. work with CALL, WRITE or VISIT
> wind it has been too rough to lakes streams and
Phone 961-6220 fish them. The few times that Ward and' Mr. and Mrs. L. E I these ageeRev. ___ FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe
Starke, Fla. rivers.vyyyvvvVVVVVVV'. Laroche of Crescent. Ga.. Quitea V. J. Ragsciale, pastorof I

the wind is not blowing the family gathering.A the Starke church invitesall I Design :Modern Store Fronts

f L We have complete mining, icrvlco for adult'"* of fish bite good. Roy Griffin couple of weeks ego we -BAPTIST members. as well aa the

1 aUf are.. caught 10 Specs late Sunday saw some beautiful tame ducks First Baptist Church Rev. general public to attend anyor : Just Mail Us A Pattern For

afternoon In 30 minutes.' They INDIAN BEACH feeding along our beach. Lawrence Carroll pastor Sun- all services during the revival TableTopsSHEA'S

f weighed, 15 Ibs. According toGrlffln's ,black and white day School 9:45: a. m. Wor- period. A nursery will be
There a
9, We have R.fi.'m and L.P.iN's on duty 24 hour* records this ;year is was Services. 11 and
ship a. m.
(Lake Bantu Fe) drake two black and white provided. I
'my.S. turning out to be the same aa By: Michael H. ChittyPh. hens and two white hens. We 7:30: p. m. Training Union II I GLASS CO.

last year. Last year the wind 475-2171 wondered then who they 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for NOTICE

I We have cur own X-ray and blew strong until the full to. We found out all services. This will advise! all concerned : -
1 laboratory. (Mr. then changed to the '...A..AAA........ might "If It's Glass' We Have It"
james Moncrief .In moon the black and white one that I am no longer engagedIn I
our. full time llcentwl technician east and the fish started bit that -CATHOLICSt. I 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
). Ugh I Or however- you say belong to the T. L. Norwoods William's Church-Sunday the bookkeeping business or I
ing good. hello in Eskimo. This is your The hens came back home. Income tax service having sold ..
9 Wednesday
westshore a. m. <
Shipman's Camp Had-
;... "'We are licensed for 55 ] that the specs froze up roving reporter. I but the drake has disappeared. Mass and Novena 7 p. m. my business Mrs. Ruth, )
beds reports
by the State Board thought that If kept on Apparently he stayed with the dock at Starke Fla.-(Signed
W' Health License are on the bed good also. Even ''F. 'Rhoden.the .
: No. 2. the move I could keep white hens and we don't know Mrs. Clarence
Sunday School 9:40: a. m.
with had the wind good catches.blowing, Those they away from all the cold who owns them. If anyone Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Nwsery I NEED READY CASH?
/So We have a modern fireproof building with reported were: Gainesville, weather we had last week but has seen him or knows wherehe at 11 o'clock service service. \
bal It didn't work. I'm sure many might be please contact evening
air-condltloner Leon F. Mllner
and boat. Mr. only. Rev. ,
Charlie Dyal 27 Specs; the I do andI The Second Quarterly .Conference \o"
of you feel way Mrs. Norwood at 4755003.J. I
pastor. Come See Us!
and Mrs. Bob Cottlngham, !
wouldn't care If we never A. Aldrldge of Mershon will be held Friday,

6. We are within two block,of the Bradford County I'30; Joe L/emmo and Paul Ross had another if it is going to be Ga. is spending a few days -EPISCOPALSt. March 22 at 7:30: p. m. All: p ))

,. Hospital.X 42; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy.Rut-Mrand like this one. Last Wednesday with his sister and brother-in- Anne's Church. Morning officers and members are ask- '1: We make loan for2..jr

ledge. 35. Jacksonville started out to be a beautiful law Mr. and Mrs. E. W. iRev- Prayer and Sermon 1st 3rd e:!- to be present and on time.1'

We have fine Mrs. Lenoard Roundtree,, day. until!! Uncle Alfred Hudson els. The Revels have Just returned and 4th Sunday 9:30: a. m. All board(chairmen are asked any worthwhile purpose -
staff of Doctor
Nerving Mia 25; Ed Tucker and Sammy to Eucharist and written reports. .
Home. of Gainesville came go from a two weeks visit Holy sermon, to have '

I I Wilson. 44. Hawthorne -Mr. fishing. The weather was in Georgia where they were 2nd Sunday. 9:30: a. m. [Nursery EASTERN STAR/ :
and Mrs. Art Dailey 33; Ocala $25 to $600DO
warm. the wind was calm and visiting relatives and Mr. open for all services Dell Chapter 168 OES will

6. Ware V.A. approved. Harry Jennings and David the lake was like glass until- Revels was hunting quail.., Dally offices of Morning and hold its regular monthly meet-I
Alexander 40. High Springs- he got here. By the time he They also enjoyed seeing the Evening Prayer 8 a. m. and /B J ling tonight [Thursday] at 8 .

9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency. 36.Mr and Mrs. Dale Rowland. trot the boat ready to go fish-' snow. It was so cold that a p. in. Rev. William I. Jones. p. m. -Too many payments I

ins the waves were washing snowman made In the yard
Several people have told me -LUTHERANVicar. to make?
\ up in the back of the boat lasted for three days. 'rlO'\i-- I
10. We are approved under Medicare.\ I that the Specs have !been bit- [and the boat was! on the William Strickland and Billy NOTU'-1 OK "%'I'I'1'\ l\\MF.1
ling good In Hampton Lake Divine Worship. 11 a. m. AIM'lil FOR KICTITIOI'M' -Too many bills to
hill I. Thursday got to
we up
Weber were Sunday visitorsof tlittt ,
Nottrn IK lieroby given
11. We are large enough to give all I Some of the members of my "o fish In Q! and found that it Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd the untliirBKn) umli the provlHlotiH -I payToo
; aiming services church have been bringing ha drained all night and was. Sunday. Services held each : of; Mmtlon: ROn.flt! KlorldnHtutiitcs many tae4El.
that an adult may need, but smiril enough 'I home nice catches. If at all, bins.Paul Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal -' itiofl! will roKlxtcr with i,
to still raining. So that was the Lee and Gregory tim Clvrk of the C'lrrult (Onurt
V provide a family atmonphere. I cossible. I plan to check into end of our fishing for awhile. Strandberg of Jacksonville Church. Richard Meyer. In and fur. Brnrlford Ptiunty.Klnrliln. .I El. coming: due

,- this and get more details. minister. upon' receipt of proofof I ___
mother and father
My brought Mrs. Jo Strandberg ,publlt-'fitlun ..r this notice ttieflrUtl'MiM
12. Mr. J. If. Moncrlef\ I* In charge. of complete lab Some of our neighbors have Uncle Alfred home Thursday home from Jacksonville where nanio or JimmY, Let Us Hejp With Your Money
-;;;:: oratory and x-ray faculties. Laboratory been catching some nice specs night and I visited with him Muore'M Hun H|>ortn. und'r, which I
No. 524. in the she had been visiting her sons I am, pnfrftffeil I lk bun1n.i... at Problems
off their docks late
We until Sunday. Friday night I 'and their ''families and spent Colored Citizens 210 W. Cull, Kt., Starke. Florida.
Comply With Title I
6, Civil Rights Law evening.. visited another aunt and uncle J mPH T. Moore, I'arkur Mt..
the weekena: with her. They P. O. Uux 70/), Starke Fla., Hole
CALL WRITE OR COME BY" Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cren- bought a new boat recently News owner.imind. TOWN FINANCE CO.
BLACK BASS shaw and family for supper. and enloyed having it out on this :2'! th day of I Ki-l>.
: AND VISIT WITH US. Black bass belong to the rnury. A.IX 11MIS! Ht Slurko, 226 N.
I the with Temple Phone
Sunday. spent day 964-7119
the lake. Charles Louise and Ilrudfonl .County. FInrMu. _______ _
Lawton B. Thomas sunfish family and are the Otis Melton and::! his parents.Mr. Paulette Strandberg of Jacksonville :2-2!) 4t 3-21:
Owner-Administrator SCHOOL NEWS
largest fresh water game fish
and Mrs Lonnie Meltonof
Mrs. (fiertrude. Kauffman-Asst. Administrator In Florida. As well as beinga Hampton and enjoyed a were Sunday after- The regular meeting of the
noon visitors of Mrs. Strand
RJE PTA will be held Wednesday
popular sports fish they area
WE COMPLY day on the farm. When I returned -
: WITH TITLE VI choice table delicacy. home Sunday night. berg.Maxie March 13 at 7:30: p.
Mathis of Gainesville
All educators and interested -
: Let Us Care for Your Loved There are two general my parents and my brother was a Sunday visitor of his m. invited to at-
Ones of Florida parents are
groups black bass-- Wayne had guests for supper. sister and brother-in-law No more stooping, scrubbing and scouring
large mouth and smallMEN'S :
They Included Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swearingen. tend.Adult
ff I --::-: ----- basic education classes -

: -V ----;=---=- . --- -. -_--_-;_- The Swearlngens spent are being held for all citizens .. .with a flameless electric range
Friday night in Jacksonvillewith

BUSINESS In-law.their Mr.son and and Mrs.daughter-Len purpose who of will pursuing attend training for the that cleans its own\ oven.'

AREA on post-high school level to -
I 1/1f f DIRECTORYOffice Swearingen and daughter. enable them to obtain employ-

Is- Tammy.! : ment after completing high
orirnns LOage has a loc 01 ,
,"", new tenants this week. All of school to take related train- -
ing while working and to .upgrade -
AUTO them are from out of state
SALES Farm and Industrial or retrain for an occu-
I Equipment and have come down to enjoy
;;.;;;;: pation or study for a diploma.
the fishing. They are: John
Equipment STAG 'N
DRAG Whatever the purpose is. the
I Burton and sons. Mr. and
Vocational Is
BRASINGTON Stanley Blacker Sport Technical Center
Hancock Mrs. Gillispie. and J. J. Greenall
I Coats open nightly for your conven-
I of Erlanger Ky. are here -
I2A.D1LIAo.oLThSMoBrLE) Santa Fe S Arrow I>ITM" !Shirts! Ience. Other centers are located -
Tractor for a week; Mr. and Mrs. John
d ,
mo. Puritan Sweaters Equipment8m1tl1COronaAuthortze4 at RJE High School and
Alabach of Gary. Ind.: Mr,
; SALES 8& SERVICE: Inc. I .S l-eter*, J ckeULiulles and Mrs. Harold Telford of in Lawtey at Anderson Junior
SportswearTwo High.
1"1 Fine Selection of Used Oar
Dealer Greenbush N. Y. are here fora
I Store
-': Taken On Cadillac Trade FORD month and W. Jennettl of CHURCH NEWS .
13 W. University. Gainesville Clary-Victor'-Totall la I -
tOOl N.W. 13th. Rt. <411PDOVK < Farm Tractors & and Oalnecivllle Mall Adding Machines. OalculatonSALESoSERVICICRENTAU.I Chicago Ill. Mt. Morlah Methodist -
Implements Church. Rev. H. P. Hudson
: 878-5301 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller

Ford Industrial Equipment MOBILE HOMES __ SAVE TIME VMCUM and daughter' Joan visited pastor. Revival meeting is In
USED yoai
EQUIPMENTSALES : requirements With aa first. Clayton Miller in '"Palatka progress for the second week .'

PART SERVICE! MUSTANG 528 N. Main St. Oalnwvlll Sunday afternoon and Mr with Rev. Ferguson District
;:; CRANE ;
.-..= PICK UP & DELIVERY Mobile Homes Inc. Phone 8'76-' M1 S and Mrs. Claude Pitchford in Superintendent preaching : n ,.
7' I Interlachen.Mr. nightly to Friday night. All fk ,
LINPOLN-lUERctmy 4483 N.W. Sixth Gainesville GalnenvUle's Discount IIDbII"Dom Interested In '
;,;..: Authorized Sales and Mrs. Buddy Man- persons spiritual
& Service Phone 376-2543: Sales Lot. Rum and children. Robert and growth are invited to attend.
ir 2201 N. Main St.. Gainesville PAINT & GLASS
Purchase discounts entire
Phone Lisa of Jacksonville were visIting Church School will be held at

3724373Crane chain guarantee huge avlnga Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Thie 10 a. m. with Rev. Essie Holland -
man on Sunday. and Miss Carolyn TaylorIn

-- ImportsVolvo PACEMAKER Liddell Paint & And so goes another short charge. Morning service at

Bid Atwtln Uealey Used Mobile Homes Low news week. Maybe the weatherwill 11. Afternoon service 4 p. m.

,' : 604 E. University. Gainesville' Johnson& Paris, Inc. Priced. With approved credit Cla.1::; '.Co. fair up soon and more Greater Bethlehem Free
low as S100 down.
a. : Phone 372-4251 I! will be happening. Since Will Baptist Church. Rev.

.II/C: Complete Line of 4830 N.W. 13th St.' 441 North 'GlaiM-. Mirror Sliding Door- there's Is no news. here's Le- Lewis McKaY' pastor. Monday

SEEDS-PLANTS- Gainesville 378-118 Tub Kndosures-Shower' '.PoonFurtiRiiiw night. Choir No. 1 and Ushers
IUMe'tlclIl'et SupplierFERTILIZERS Tops-. Windows CORNER Board No. 2 will rehearse at : :

j I MOVERS Windows-Awning Well now it's finally happened 7:30.: Tuesday night Choir No.

Wallpaper Storefront 1 and 2 rehearse at 5 p. m.

: Beauty Academy 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Long Distance Moving Leeon has drawn a blank.He Wednesday Prayer Meeting.

Learn, a Profession In Tour 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Local Drayage JJ6 N.W. Sixteenth, St tries to write a different. Thursday night. Ladles Circle.

: 1 SpaN, Time. Full or Part Time PHONE 373-0470' Storage Packing: rut4ng OAINESVILLJG J1 -8181 But he must have lost the Friday night. Prayer Band The now self-cleaning electric end
ranges( put an to a messy Job..
-: ,DAr ft EVENING CLASSES Gainesville Fla. Shipping crank. Meeting. Sunday Church Just
set a dial and the
oven cleans I ITopofrange
.yj Low Tuition Term FREE ESTIMATES CALL He trise to writ a different, School 9::30 Morning Worshipat r _" Itself-electrically

l 210 N.W. 10th Ave. I HILL'S ,SETTING .JVIAJCIHNES Kind of Poem each week. 11. Evening Service 6:30.: ; heating units never need cleaning. ..spilled food burns itself off.

: OaIDNvWe> 378-2766' LADIES WEAR Van Be he is running out Antioch Baptist Church Pots don't need scouring...there's no flame or soot to blacken them.

.: Service, Inc. Of things on which to speak. Rev. L. W. Thomas pastor. '

-= ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC I 3340 N.E. Waldo Bd National.Sewing Ho has written about the dogs. Sunday School 10 a. m. with I FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKING heats the food not the kitchen.

Cherry's I Gainesville.. 372-4271 He has written about the cats. Willie Brown in charge. Morning "- It's faster. cooler safer. more enjoyable.

-: I -J Machine Co. Inc. He has written about thethls's Service at 11. Evening .
MUSIC! Seo all the
Gainesville's Moat) Fashionable Service, 6:30.Greater: wonderful improvements In today'selectric

; Motor Repair Co. Address For Ladles Lipham Music Co. Dealer for And he has written about the. Allen Chapel AME ranges at your appliance dealer.

4'fuf/ -New Ho_- NrlcoUuod that's.' Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson
; f>t .O* netMUe. 1M.RepairingRewinding. T>RESSKS: -8TJTTS COATS ttalnesvllla Shopping, Ctr.37203A3 I He hates to -
.: UJHM and Repossessed! < disappoint you. pastor. Sunday School 10 a.

MATERNITY WEAKACCE.SSOKIES Model.SaleeRepa2r And not give you a rhyme. with Mrs. F. B. Delestre! In ,';
Mew -
and Vied 110 N. W. 10th Avenue r-i
But he can't come with a charge:
All Makes up Morning Worship at -

2816 N. W. 18th. St. Two Stores Baldwin Pianos & Organ 'Budget Term Available masterpiece.Each and 11 with the Junior Church in 5,i__ .- Make a clean break with the past I FUMELESS ELECTRIC
every time. charge. Evening service 6
Gainesville Florida 7 W. University, Gainesville Guitars Gibson Goya 1i!811) W University.: Gainesville So p. ...Graduate to flametess electric ...it's chespof tool
> he hopes that you will for- m. All captains are asked to cooking.
t- :! Phone
: 372-8318 Drums '
& LudwigSllngerland
:. Gainesville :Mali! -J, 78-1335 give him. please contact the members to
t Irv FoDder Standard I ,
Amplifiers L..i A .
"""'-""'= And let him make a 11 K r ct m.4sl
get final to
'j .____r.:: ""'" by today. reports terminate "9tnv ,'nt fl..'04r
.... __________ ...:.. : = .-
... And he will try to do his beat! the Conference Drive Ink

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.. THURSDAY-. MARCH. '7, 19011 Ira'DJI'ORn r"OtTNTT Tr.I.F.nRI\rn, 8TARRF., rinRinC _-!fleetlen'T _'1 Ireflw

, certain temperature and day afternoon, Extension Courses the center :when .dallAes 'beiln. I The first Chamber of.Commerce -
t Farmers May Continue To Have other a Items. 'The -Rev:-and Mrs L 10. Dates Set For Second Annual Offered SFJC I All. classes will start at 7 p. m, I In the United stales

FjU'lner can continue: to Parker were 'visiting V. V.Uazen By SH-20Q,61-Efrectlve Speaking was fOl'med.1tl 1tl 1768 In Now
have custom butchering done In the Bradford county Thursday April 4. York.The second oldest

l Meat Jr9cessed) For Home Use bY' an.approved JiI"OCe8SOr., De.Rualling Hospital Tuesday.Mr. Strawberry Invitational Here The following extension BY102,61General Biology Chamber of 'C'Otnmerce!t1\j
said. Lawson' Mar- and Mrs. Gordon Jones I courses will be offered by I Monday April 8. America Is the + Charlest.n.

ket Is .the only approved processor and Ml' and Mrs, Herbert Santa Fe Junior College In ElI-I02,61 Basic English South Carolina, Chamber of

, The day of purchasing home can take it to iOpitratlna In Bradford Norman and ,daughter Barbara Bill Epps, chairman of the scheduled( OIS a preliminary to Starke for Term IV. I Composition, Tuesday April Commerce formed In 1783.,
mae sausage and other meat cold storage an approved County, of St8l'ke spent Sunday I Slal'ke Golf and Country Club the Strawberry Festival and These classes will be held I 9.
prcLucts:' produced on the farm operator Ifor afternoon with Mrs. Lottie'' 2nd annual Strawberry Invitational I Annual Bradford County Fair In the Bradford-Union Area HY-200.61-lIIstory ot Flor-
. are over. according to state such and cutting UP. But /..y.yyyyyyyyyyBR ... Jones Committee' has announced which will bu held March 27- Vocational Technical Train-I Ida, Tuesday, April 9.PS111.61Physical. Adjustable Vinyl oJcI
and federal meat Inspection for home meat must"be used Only Mrs, Mattie Davis of Graham that the sa hole\ medal 31( Ing Center, and students may Scjencei,I Covers. All sizes 30 cents.ea.et -

regUlations explained here this farmer, consumption by the OOKERB.f spent the weekend with rillY tOI'un\ment has been, Billy Turner of Pallltka wu register with the Instructor at Wednesday, April 10. I The Telearapb.
and cannot be sold to
. } IIrhcluled( for March 23.24.fntry tho winner of thl' 1967 Invitational -
week Dr. E. B.
by Rushing Jr. ( Mrs Pearl Markey -
anyone Farmers are also ---= -
tee Is $15. of -
Clydo Terwlllegar
district supervisor of Pearl Markey Is spend-
meat inspection Mrs
allowed to purchase an animal Joyce StokesWAAU1A1AUUAAUAA with The, Pl'o-Am I Is scheduled Starke took 2nd place, and
with the State De- to Ing a few days this week
handle In this same manner for Friday. Marcia 22. with Dawson Ziegler of Palalka was
. partment of Agriculture .. her sister and bl'Other-ln-law.
providing the meat Is con-, entry fens of $40 .per. team 3rd place wlnnm'
Dr. Rushing's visit here Mr and Mrs, R. K. Dukes In i
was sumed only by the famUy BIRTHDAY PARTY Last yellr the Strawberry' In.vtatiomal Winner of the 1967 Pro-Am
prompted by County Agent G. Lake Butler. 1 IMPORTANT
Farmers can no longer Miss Annette Bass celebrated captured the attention was 11.1 hones and hli*
T. Huggins, who said there butcher their animals Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green
for re- 70
her 16th birthday with a cf players from 1\ widespread Starke team
had been Bill plummer at
some confusion as to sale, unless were visiting I
they can meet lovely at the Brooker area In Northeast Florida EntrlC's tr the D6R strawberry -
what farmers could or could party the Veterans Hospital In Oalnesvl11e. -
requirements, which In- Invltatluna] are now being -
not do with meat produced on volve too much expense for I Civic Center Saturday eight. Sunday. ThiN Is tile first activity received.'RECREATION .
Indopr were played and Mrs. Pierce Cl'ewsof
their farms.As the Mr and
a result of the conference such average farmer inaludlng) enJoyed, .by the 25 young people Lawtey and Mr. and Ml'S.
things as a screened butchering -
It was explained that, house with concrete who,attended. Serving the Ethan Sal>p of New River. I NOTICE
farmers can continue to I floor separate cooling and guests f.dellclous l'efl'eshmentswel'e were visiting Mrs, Nora. Sapp

butcher their own meat, and cutting room water heated! to nn"ette's" parents Mr. Sunday NEWS
and M1'8. J. T. Bass.
..... Mrs. Mike Tilghman of I
+ + ''' '"" ,,
', a.--n.' : .,''. aKa'.R, ....n''... ""J"l'm." ,. .BROOKER BAPTIST Gainesville had lunch with
..:s '.; "".,.. .. 1t...... w... .V4e. :.,+ ..cnunclI:; Mae Mott.Fl'lday. II
her mother Mrs
: 1).e.. .. ,;.; .p:. .' ,.. ; :" ...'. .The Brooker Baptist Church l'OWDERl''FI" \\lIar season, Saturday, March I !# COUNTY
a : 4' <,..... "," ,. iij..;. .$. was! honored Sunday night by Cecil Thompson of High With the last game having,,2. Carp's Store, trailing Kooh'aDrugs .. BRADFORD

t '. having W. B. McKinney of Springs! was visiting Mr and been 'played In the Powder Puff I by ono game, carne up
StarJte too play several num- Ml'S, C. L. Atkinson last Wed- Basketball schedule, GayJes with a big 3-21: win over
bers on his violin. It Is hoped nesday night.Mrs. Beauty Salon and the Holiday Ioch's Drugs to force a playoff PROPERTY OWNERS

i, Ml' McKinney will ,be able to Pearl Markey and Mrs. Inn wound lip with Identical 'game for League Champ.ionshlp -
come out again soon. His spiritual Iva Douglas spent Tuesday In S-1 second halt record to be played Wednesday -,
I music was very much ap- Lake City This will provide a playoff March 6. I

I preclatec1. M C, Roberts of Raiford gamE! for the second half win- Koch's played three periods Approximately 750 Home Owners Who
We extend our sympathy to was visiting Mr and Mrs. C. ners and possibly for the like they intended to wrap u.p
i the family of Jack 8mlth. Mr. L. Atkinson Sunday, League Championship. Since the Championship leading! 2210 .
a Smith died suddenly while .on ayle'8; had already won the at halftime but Carp's put
I'I the jab at Florida Hydrocarbon Club first half of play should they on a RUl'gO III the third period Received Homestead Exemption Last Year

Company last Friday In- Roping win Thul'sdny's game they and closed the gap to 26-22.

1 1V terment was at the Crosby Shows Changed would automatically 'become The fourth period was all
Lake Cemetery at Stal'ke. League Champs. If the HolidaY C.-.a'p'lI Store( all they outscored Have Not Renewed Their Exemption For
Mr. and Ml'S Pasco Mott To Saturdays Inn wins, they would have to Koch's, J 3-G. to take the victory .

'.. and: daughter Carol Ann and play another game to decide Mllachi! He.nl'y Jed thevictors
The public Is reminded that with 23 while
the Chnmplonsh.p. points
of Glllnesvl1le
Miss Kates -
Joyce 1968.
the weekly shows of the :Brad-
.. were the Sunday dinner SENIOR LOOP Gray Flynn hit 16 polllt for
ford Roping Club have been BaldwllChevl'olet.. with one
guests of Mrs Mae Mott, In Loch's.MEN'S
switched back to Saturday game left to ''be played Thurs LI'\G1TE:
the afternoon Mrs. Mott and
nights, starting this Saturday, dJ1Y March 7, has won the In Monday's Mel1's Basketball > -
--. --" her visited guests Mrs.went Beatrice to Starke Futch.and March 2. The show will begin League Championship. Their League games, Starke Second Notices Are HeiD! Mailed To

at 7 p. m.Trophy, record now Is 7-0. Chrysler & Plymouth took over I
Mr and Mrs. N. G. 1ayeaJr. ,
winners for February In Tuesd.11Y'S games. March first place with just one,game

Open wide and say ah.Surprise. church. and service family and attended homecomIng the- were: Cindy Jordan, ? and 5, Tm'wlllt'gsr Motors came left by downing the National I I Those \Who Have Not Renewed Their Home-
r under: Paul Brown 8 through from behind III the fourth per. Guard 32-28
of the St. John Methodist 13 down Southern Discount The was everything,
12: Tommy Smith boys lod to game
: Church In Santa Fe, Sunday through 19; Sandi Morgan 48-42 In a bard fought contest everyone thought It was,going
r Iyou thought you were going to see a Mr and Mrs. N O. Hayes girls through 19; Mark Ad- Trailing 30-32, after three perIods tD be, tough, close, and excit stead Exemption For 1968 As A Reminder -
I Jr. and the dine ,
family were ; Terw11lcgar outscoredDiscount ing. The first half was a low
homely Volkswagen station : kins, men 20 through 38
roomy, J I npr guests of Dan ,Stanley In to Insure the with both teams
18-10. scoring period
homely "Jack Benny"
But It's a new kind of roomy, Gainesville Saturday night Junior First Kersey place ,winners In each victory. Billy auggins ripped taking good shots' when, they That This Notice Must Be Returned To
Volkswagen station wagon.To Mr and MI's: Kenneth age group at the show last the cords for 9 points for Tor.w1llegar. had them. The National Guard ,

begin with, getting in is easier; the Green and family of Wildwood Saturday [given In order for while Lonnie Olive led at half 1311. The pace
the weekend here visiting for Southern In the second half as
spent had 18 points picked up First.
front doors are lower and wider. And with Mr. and Mrs A. F. McDa- Cloverleaf Barrel Obstacle Weave.Race Flag] Discount Starke Chrysler-put 21 points Us By April
the side door we've achieved a milestone. vid and Mr. and Mrs Lee Roy The second game of the through the hoop while the
ilI doordom. It slides. were: night Raw Baldlwln Chevrolet National Guard could manage
in station Green and family.
wagon I 7 1 and under: Dora 'I'relst '
of take the measure .of Hurst only 1$. Wayne MoLeod led I'I'Stal'ke
Mrs Carl Sivers
Once Inside might even thinkyou'roin ,and Cindy Jordon.a .
you Mr. Shell 49-34, Score at the half Chrysler with 12 points Thanks
I 0 a normal car. Everything's padded, Including Jacksonville were visiting through 12: Steve Gay was 25-16 and from then on, while John Williams had 13 {
and Mrs. Evan lIodJte Sunday
the dashboard, visors, and the arm. T. J. Sivers and Martin Paul Brown [f3 eventsl.smith Baldwin slowly pulled away. points for the Guar"
Boys 13-19: Tommy led by William The second was a rout
Baldwin was game
4 IBesidesJooking like a car we've Chambers of Jacksonville spent GENE LONG
rests. [13 events], Ralph Moraan. Scoggins with 13 points while as Jackson Builders got their I
Improved the suspension so it even rides the weekend with the Hodges Girls through 19: Donna Kenneth<: Carton hud 14 points offense roiling and turned back I IBootdraln

likb a cad) Mr. and Ml'S Carl Edwards Bryan [f2 events1. Sandi Morgan for Hurst Shell. Church 39-19. Laruel I

front. And and family of Gainesville and Betty Ann Griffis. Schedule: Thursday, March 7, Williams and Marc Jackson 1 Tax Assessor
There are bucket seats up Galnes-
Mrs Vellta Trump of Men 20-38: Mark Adkins [12evental 7:00: Terwl1legar vs Hurst: led the Builders with 15 pOints

"where" most cars have something called a : yule were' visiting Mr and Adl'o Brown. ... Bill For-' 830; So. Discount va Bald.wln.. each while Pat Welch was high] -- -
console, the new box has an aisle (If the Mrs E. W. Hodges Sunday. syth: BANTAM LEA I) for Boatdraln :wlth 10. -

should strike walk the Tom Parrish of Lake City AIl events: Junior Homey In the last game of the reg.
mood can
you, you was visiting Mrs Mamie Hod- [Jack Benny]
length of the box) ges Sunday afternoon.

9' So when you look inside the new box I Weekend guests of Mr and ,yyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyBavless Gdder.

expect to be pleasantly surprised. But not I I Mrs. Loyd Barry were Mr. and A committee will be elected
Jessie connel'ly and famIly to handle
Hiwav at; our next meeting ..
overwhelmed. I and Mr. and Mrs, Ben Holland the proceedings of the Senior

Because as boxes go,our station wagon of Wachula.Mr. Citizens' booth at the Brad-

h now pretty fancy. and Mrs. Loyd Barry B1' Mrs .0. Eo Crosby: ford County Fall' We hope to r GIYE ltlOIfl A

But as station wagons go, it's still a box. were visiting Mrs Mattie Bar- 44u.uA.AAAAAAAAAAA1. Improve our exhibit shown .at
ry and Mr and Mrs C. J. the last Fair.
Crews In Jacksonville Sunday. Ml' and Mrs. Joseph"Mede- Spring will soon be here and BREAK e r '

Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sowen Iras and children of West we will be able to enjoy outdoor rESTE.1U
; 01,1
MILL R-PROWH were visiting V. V. Hazen in Yarmouth Mass. were dinner sessions as has been done ( 9
Starke Sunday Mr. Hazen Is a guests of his brother and sls- heretofore. '.1'111:

patient In the Bradford County ter-In-law Rev and Ml'S. M. Repetition aims for pertection -
MOTORS INC. D Medelras and family Sun- DISIIiS; )
u. Hospital, and had major
.u ::: and we believe we have a Mua
surgery last week. day.Mr. wen-knit cohesive membership
4222 N.W. 13th St.. U.S. 441 North We are glad to have Mrs, and Mrs. Joe Sapp and who enjoy our meetings and WE41

Mattie SOWE'n back at home children of Jacksonvllle spent ,are willing and hopeful In

Phone 376-4551 after spending several days In the weekend with his pal'ents sharing our enjoyment with .. '
the Bradford County Hospital; Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. other senior citizens In Brad- r .

Gainesville Florida In Stal'ke.Mr. Mrs, Barney Eggers and for County New members who .... if.-

I and Mrs, n. H Coleman children of Jacksonville were joined our club are Mrs Yola ,.( 5w.:- .
_. .. I of weekend guests of Mr. and cash & parry
.. .. -. .. ._' Gainesville were visiting Ml'S. T N. Norman, yeqtQl' and MI's. Nora Grider [
'" '
'-- Mr8.
Mr.and J. H. Bowen Sun- We meet next on March
MI', and Mrs Bill Taylor -
-1 12 at 1:30: p, ro, at the recreation I BUILDINGl
and children of Gainesville
center. Pratt Street -
were weekend guests of Mr. r
Joe Kerrigan.
FARMING! FRIENDS- and Mrs L. A. Crosby i,
Mr and Mrs. Booby Kelly of J (MATERIALS 1

I Palatka were visiting Mr and ,

Mrs, M. L. Conner Sunday
I I afternoon SPtt IAl J

1k1H; j Mr and Ml'S, Perry Lyons'

I \ and family visited Mr and LOCATIONS IN 9 STATS DJSII"V jSII I) "

MnB Leo Lyons In Jacksonville r INCLUDING 14 IN GEORGIA MODERNMAIll' Ij t '
Saturday. 6"la."III., 3:1:111:; : N. Waldo Ud..
: l'lmn" 11741-.1410":
'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flake and .J1' V 1 s. EdaervaudrI 5
::;::: : If 1'1 U.: nl''H"PUUY
i children of Gainesville spent .....'.b.n......"11\\... 1CI; Lassa- ,air 'Ian pu.Mna.n..1...........ale.n a 8.8
I Friday night with Mr. and ;1111'1-111: 'a\.rad 1Id '.:,:r:(p..r wd. '1a. ;:.and...
I Mrs. C C. CrosbY. I nllaml 3-1 '1,1'1.181"1 lit.. 8:111178: ;..d "'H'. !hul.l..I. : .
[ ..lll.aI I Mr and Mn. Bobby Crosby v...I.... IU: 5. 0.. .... Aver .pray. arm ..I..'.....Ina.I.... -rM
.11.-711117: ..IDoI.. .11..1.,.. ,....,1.x15tlrlnndn
I and son and Mrs. Marie E1ixI Ask ISO W. 11'ltraa' ...... l".rall.ml.a.r, h..k./aI. .. MOilPC..e I ..

I I son of Gainesville were supper 2mass: ..I..I..II..r..r..u.uln.r' ... .. ...... G0W
}" ......e..... 10f) "1. DI..unl 8t.. J alrr, .U.. """ :z.5aelel )
CrosbYs .. .
guests of the C. E 'Ilon. JH-II.4HI: : "I"1./ l ..
..... I. ..... ...
Saturday night. .,....P.... N. "'Jlh !lit.. nun: ."tSI II.
W. Palm 1.10. 414.9: Okeeeholee _
Calvin Ward was honored
Charley Rd.. Phoa. 657510.I !:
Coming into town? .. Sunday with a family dinner I
'at home of his daughter
the c .I
DRIVE-IN BANK HERE! Mra. Pete Barton on Santa Fe Johns l_

Lake About fifty guests enjoyed -
Not coming into town? the day with him RUGGED. YET STYLISH! ORNAMENTAL FAST i


Both services can be great time- and ef- "Burglars failed to crack EASY TO INSTALL. ........ a FT

fort-savers for you and are.typical of CITIZENS open our safe, but damaged FLAT SCROLL $3.95 s

the many Full SerL' ce Bank conveniences NEWS opened.it so badly I know it our couldn'tbe Safe ::1 2 CORNER SCROLL $6.95 HEATERS

at your command here. Ask or write for Burglary insurance will FLAT LEAF $5.95
our free Banking-by-Mail forms now! Great headlines are not pay the damage to our of. CORNER LEAF $9.95 4fl$7 :

made by Senior Citizens but (ice and the cost of a new ILICTRIC ao.antl l

there 1a always something of safe-but how about the FLAT CAST $8.95 $43.97 .4 4I

Interest at our meetings At $35 we paid a professional CORNER CAST $15.95 l'
FLORIDA our next meeting March 12. safecracker to get our cash
Gene RaYburn will direct a and valuables out of the USE FOR PATIO OIP PORC.H E iRSAHEAVYSTEEDI

.. short session In ceramics. "
old safe?

." t,. .': 1 1Member J-N 1(, K' ; 1 tr'stiit; ;.: 1 ilr''lE': ": shown Much by Interest our members In this some was

-.... time ago under a former recreation Charley E. Johns

Deposit Insurance Corp. director. Agency
Federal The library committee func-

tions well In the project of 131 S. Walnut St.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Grout 1.t'lIulrlllll books. Other members -

..1 who volunteered for this I"HONE 96-1-5010
work are Mary Allen and Nora -

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I With Your County Agent t //1 -:, *O"DE FUL ,y. @ -

.I;; I
Telephone number' Is 004.6354 ring up the dough, because 1// a F /
it want or the 1067 the 1 ,
you a copy thud butter ; +' FOOD
i'armer'jJ Tax GuideIf It I Anothel' day I came! In and j BARCiA N $ .
might Involve a long distance' remarked/ that I felt like Rome y IteYl
call, then a five cent post card good! country fresh brDwn-shel 1y
addressed< to Drawer 102R, led eggs, crisp filed ''bl1CJn.) and
Stal'ko, 32091, will get your loft sweet potato would< sure
l1py In the mall to you, Some I bf' gOOI!. She agreed again and
mighty good information In I lolll her to put the pan 011 BY THE BAG FULL
this publication If you want to the stove because I had the
''be sure you get all the dedactions l'g-g. Few day! before that/ I .+
\ IIOS8Ibll.- Any County had gotten a few good sized,, 1 8O:! S. Walnut l'itreet Starke Florida
Agent's Office should have n light-skinned, unknown varley,
Yew left. sweet potatoes but real soft (2 llJlt.nlty Rights Reserved Prices Good! Thursday Through Saturdaylurch! .9
Not as long as It has been and sweet when, bakl'd. They
for you;it an owner of an agricultural were about the size of 8. diamond pJt'd
land, to get your land ball. t '
descrLptlon to your Tax As- \Vell. sure docs make you
se9sor' This is your request happy' to have frlenda. like s u. s. HOICE BEEF STEAK SAlE
hat your land continue to be these. One thing about people
assessed for agricultural use living out on 11 little farm -
This Is no more than reqill'st- they enjoygood eating and F'3'+
tug homestead exemption For they enjoy giving some UlWay. SlRLOJN 9 BONELESS
Bradford County use, J have 11 That makes good people and
supply, of these (or'ms. Pick up good neighbors Pretty good .
one from us or, of course from meal if you had nothing but I FULL CUT ROUND SRORLUEC STEAft 9SC
our Tax Assessor, Feel free to 8. big, sweet, sweet potato, two Lt. And Mrs. Loper Commended ,
ask any questions Again, just or' three large brown-shelled

for might Bradford be a little County confused, with this eggs butter and a slab of home-made For Work While In Germany SAVE 27c LB. LB.A'l..ILEA .

the County-Zoning program be- Not many more days till torbacco
Ing planned for our County. I setting time We would Because Of the commend- year I have been privileged to
The two programs are entirely know a little more If we knew able way In which two local, have your daughter, Ml's, JanI -; FULLY ('OOKEI) '
sf.parate One has nothlllg to : what kind weather this next young people have conducted I elle Loper, In the Army Education SAVE LB.I
do with the other I said, nothing full moon Is going tG brIng themselves, It Is safe to say Center all my assistant; I BONELESS HAMS lb. 99 FLA. GRADE "A" FRESH WHOLE BAGGED
but It just might help 8. I A good number of moon-watch- that the city of Starke has I and of course I have come to ,
little In the zoning if your land ers predict our last cold spell been heard of and will be long know her husband, Lt Harry SAVE 16e LB. Lb.
III classified for agricultural about that time. It we knew remembered In West Germany,I Lopel', very well also Both or'I .IU-SII: :\IE.TLJCJJ: ) Cll'\ICTEn SAVE lie 1.B. .
Ulle. This form will be the that was rIght, //We would be The two Individuals who made'I' them, I am happy to say, are
guide for our Tax Assessor and In good shape because we this possible are Lt and> Mrs,, my very good friends More, PORK LOIN CHOPS lb. 68c
County Commlllsioners to usenext think that tobacco setting Harry Loper, who have just than that thlll remarkable' Hens 23cFRESH

Had month two very unusual questions fifteenth should start of March.right about the completed and friends a visit here wIth relatives -II one daughter of the ot most yours has creditable done AZALE.1 HONEY NOT EXTItA LEAN I'UR'PO: --\V' 20o Stewing

asked me this week ((1)) Each year WI seem to behaving It all started back In 1965,
Jobs that I have seen done In
s .butter Do you? went((2t BOrne Will home-made your wife)I with wlrc"'Wol'ms a little more after Rettlng trouble when on November 15, civilian An education: center during my SAUSAGE 1 lb. pkg. 49c
shelled ? Each, Harry Loper, a 1962 graduate 20 years of sel'vIce. She hay
cook brown eggs Some material In the trans-
of Bradford High School, en-, found no effort too great to .
favorably In every way
paid off phtnt water Is good but actually -
listed In the U, S Alter AZ.LE.ALL nAT
little disappointment satls- Army. put forth In order to aid In SAVE tic
except R. nut 8. completely

in I reading went In the and sCliles.remarked that factory and lI'eatment possible,If broad It Is practical cast- Fort receiving Benning basic, Ga training and completing at- to promoting our young educational soldiers. Due service to (1lUICK FROZEN U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A" 8-14 LBS SKINLESS FRANKS 12 ozse 38c

some home mlxed.up biscuits two pounds of dlazlnon granules the Basic Army Ad- her efforts and assistance we .
and syrup would be good with per acre and harrow lightly ministration Course at Fort have been commended for Young aeastSAVE 10e LB.
some 'sure-nuff' home-made Into the soli. Then also use Jackson, S C. he entered Officers rendering outstanding service FRESH I'tTR: FI.OItJU.P"ItE pAKT BRAND SAVE lIe
butter My wife agreed and an approved Insecticide In your Candidate School In to the mllltary personnel.
said she would be glad tB cook transplant watel" Here 19 a April 1966 and was commiasionej Your son-In-law has been : ORANGE JUICE quarts 25ca
the biscuits it st.e had the case where a few pounds for, October 6, 1966. In equally as effective all a commander Turkeys 3Sc
blltter I told her to start mix- prevention III 'better than lots, January of 1967 Lt Loper _B f
I of re8ettlng Mighty\ sad to go went to Ulm, West Germany, ". I want to pay them f SLICEI) SAVF100
out Into tile field a week or with the 1st Signal Battalion, this tribute bv telllng yon _

STARKE ten days after setting and see and during the year he spent what noble children they are: ,::",'. . ." : . .. '" ':"-- ,,- : 'AMERICAN CHEESE full lb. 69c
a number: of plants laying over there he held the positions of their loyalty honorableness,
broadside and drying "I'' Cable Platoon Leader, Signal and friendship has been as i
1 e BUSINESS Just a few days ago 1 jokIngly Center Platoon Leader, and Important t.o me as the fine FL\i1I! FROZEN PR\RI.Y 'IIITE SHELL ON SAVE 40.,
promised a good farmer then Commanding Offlcel' of work that MI'S Lopl'r has
t that I would be at his place Company B, returning to the done In thc office;' SHRIMP 1 lb. bags -69c
DIRECTORY' this past Wednesday morning United States this month Both Lt. Loper, the son of
for breakfast J thought no Mrs. Loper I the former Jan- MI' and Mrs. Ben Loper of
about It but coneci- eUe Bu1l1ngtonl, who graduated Theressa. Llf.
more my and his wile agree
AUTO SERVICE ence did Influence me to be from Bradford High that Army service offers many i NtGRAiN'RICE MIXES Sc
there about 7:35: A, M He' School In 1964, accompanIed advantages and opportunities 2ge I'
3 Gilbert S. Brown opened the back door and hollered her husband to West 01'1'- for education and self.lm- -

-.. that breakfast was ready many, but not jtlst for the provement, a'I well as tra vel. '' CAN ': K'HEF'
fttlUlcJad Oil Service Station It was not a joke beCause even trip She made good use of They recommend Army life Griddle Cake, Biscuit. Pancake. Corn
.. ATlAS after eating 8. small breakfast her time there by serving as fOI' young couples like themselves. PORK & BEANS 8e' Muffin, H11ah Puppies
TmJls: .I: n..UTJlRD".8" at home, I had to go In and assistant to the Educational !'!. One qualifying/ StRtP.- can :
Budget TfOmw-ftoad Service eat home-make, wood stove Adviser of the Army Education meat came from M.'s.. IOPPI'
: Pllone 96.-7011 Center, where soldiers are ad- ,k
baked bIscuits, home-made when she smilingly said
407 N. Temple Starloe sausage, hot grits, and scrambled vised of the many educational "When the Army separates us,
eggs The biscuits were opportunities offered to them that.s bad; but when we can "' : PEACHES 29
when while serving In the Armed oz. can 2ge
HURST'SSHELL. good but better you be together, we're all for It. -
spread on a little butter and Forces. Lt Lopel' said that when he
honey That her work, and Lt first entered service he had I TALL BEAUTY SKIMMED CAN
Srvice Station Loper's was valuable and ap- some apprehensions that the' '
The Chamber of Commerce preciated Is evidenced by the time might gO slowly, but he C ffee29I EVAPORATED MILK lOc
0. Oil., Lubrication following o -
movement Is more than 6,000 excerpts from a let- says now, "You stay so busy
Goodyear Tires 1& Batllerles years old The first Chamber ter receive:]! bv her parents, and there I is!'! 80 much to do ,,.\(" O'LANTEItN
oz. CAN
Mr and Mrs J. R. Bullington, "
of Commerce of record Is and see, the! time flies by
SOt and 100 Starke Mesopotamia about 4000 B from Lawson W, Hawkins,' While stationed at Ulm, Lt. MASHED
C. Educational Adviser: and MrR. Lope traveled In YAMS 8 for $$1.00
I "Durln mot!'! L the past Southern Germany and Austria -, '
and found the country' f'Jo\: CALL CHtF.foN: L\UEL

beautiful friendly, courteous and the, and people helpful .! TUNA II FYNETEX
You can test drive with language/! difficulties,'' 6-1-2 oz. can -5 for.. $$1.00

travel directions, etc. They,,
were impressed by the fact L'I'K KS

free that of the woodlands underbrush there such are as I BEEF STEW 24 Bleach 29c

a Cutlass 5 for fun. seen lands,In" there the being FlorUa very"flat-few oz. can .3ge :

tit bushes In the briars wooded, and undergrow-1 DIXIE CHEF 15! OZ, CAN

'You It Is not surprJ.olng; that the SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS 5 for $1.00 gal.or ,.
can buy one Lopel'S found the people In a

foreign country friendly CHILI with BEANS 5 for $1.00
they radiate friendliness and
courtesy themselves Their ... KING COLE SLICED J6 OZ CANS
for 2632. many friends here know this, ,' .
and can was feel represented pleased that In tStal'ke WHITE POTATOES 8 for.. $$1.00

.'... M."ulactu",'.SUII"Itd Retail Puce 'tor the' Cull"S 6.cyhnde,Sports Coupe In.eludmi West Germany by such able"delegates" LARGE IIEAD
red..1 hClse T..ntI su tested' dilier delivery and h.ndlnlch"R', (trans.ponetiae L\"K.S 31. oz, C..L'V
chutes,.ee.uotos.ephone.gwpmed' ,state and'.e.ll..u.dd"hao, .'I.)
they Last were Wednesday off asaln-thls morning time POTTED MEAT lOc
h In HolflhelunofewningCutlmst staIIng, cruising,corn.ring Mmusyourvnluabl.tradrin naturally' So'hood for tow.thot.has", ic.d.oungmoblf. for Fort Wolters, Texas, and L 2 9 -
your Wes land solo' It
brokmg.v.a, orkmgraWkch, Oldsmobd.d.al.riand, poppmphemPttsburghla, ,,, Fort Ruckel', Ala. where Lt, e uee (
.'yau'li 0'sal.only,in,ho...anlla.gnat do'bn.s long..na.gh C dip, into, the law.dunq, laa.e Padunk.in a lit Cuslau your lurn..aday. Cue I ; Loptll" will attend Rotary SAVE EVERY DAY AT FOOD FAIR

Theneoftheduniiinlnewineyoucanbuyths, ___ Wing Flight Training, and .. .
eauhl.llv' bod.k.d' ; __....".."" ....... I where' Mrs. Loper will no .:. : .>, ':. .' '. .. ',' : 320 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE FLA.
Old.mabI.la, doubt find something to do SALAD
\ such II modest that will be equallY as worth-
!.L. pro.-iust$2632. ; while as her work In West

Germany. With them go the TOMATOES clu. of 6 Assorted Banquet Frozen 3 FOR
best wishes of their friends 29c
for future success They'll
probably find It TheY'l'e that
"y ie. kind of people. FIIESII; Dinners $1.00

; 6C
S :ln'ICEfolghtcen
.. ..
: '
woods fires were reported .. "_ '. .
by the Florida Forestry
,re Service In Bradford County during FROZEN 2 LB. nAG
tha past week, with 170,1
1 acres burned So far this U. S. NO.1
year 20 LBS.
4 there have been 1)6) fIres, with FRENCH FRIES 4 for $$1100
aCl's burned, as compared
... with 43
fires and! 249.7 acres
;. burned! during the same period FOOD FAIR
last year. Potatoes 69c FROZEN 5 OZ. PKG.

Rainfall reported during the
week ending. Monday: New \\J/AFFlES/ 10C
GM : River, ,3 Inch; Louis Hill ,6;
Oldmobile.1 I
Santa Fe, ,6. County average,
Give Old young wheel a wh,1.; Dive a JMgmobi'e' from .5 I) Inch. Average rainfall In the COLGATE REG. LIME\ MENTHOL ELSEWHERE 7ge CALM SPRAY POWDER ELSEWHERE $1.00
_.. for
.u."'''''''' county February was 3,43

/ BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OlDS Inc. Inches Honorary Jackie, G1ellson Chairman Is national of the INSTANT SHAVE II oz. 39c DEODORANT 4 oz 59c

J968 Chamber of
U.S. 301 North Phone 964-7500 Starke Florida Week, Commerce, iC j J J.w.



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