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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 21, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MARCH 21, 1968 nUl1HSTORY\ NUMBER TIIENTY-NINB





Sale TaxProblem !f.c". .. Kt Kingsley Rep. Don Fuqua 1








To CityThe ,. ):ik .. \. Dispute Due AirA To Address Fair'sRuralUrban : :.





City of Starke ia zoning dispute involv-
ing property of a Jackson
due
for over $20,000 additional Day
ville couple, Mr. and Mrs.
>evenue under the
1Z
X s James L
state's new four cent ."wi Flynn, on Kings-

sales tax on electric per power ; a hh hhB hhjj ley Lake, will be back on
the agenda when the
and gas, but it's goingto Clay Annual

cost, before the collections County Zoning Commis-
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sion meets at 8 HearingIs
tonight
Let p.m.
get started City
Jni'Yy
(Thursday) in the
Clerk Merrill Edwards told

night.the city fathers Tuesday jj Cove courthouse Springs.A annex. in Green HeldIn Fish: Fry. ,

large delegation of Kings-
Edwards .
pointed out that the
ley Lake property) owners Is
billing' machine at City Hall,, "
expected to attend the session
Is/
the one that prints the utility Set
when the long-pending disputeover
SlayingA
bills, does not have the caps
alleged violations of zon-
city to take an extra line tor
ing ordinances by the Flynns Congressman Don ,Fuqua -
the sales
tax in about 30
percent in Kingsley \Luke Subdlvslon 2nd Congressional
,
of the bills mailed.It preliminary hearing
,
leaves the Council with may be settled was held at 10 a.m. Thurs- District of Florida, has accepted -
Ralph Thomas Orange'\ Park
two alternatives either buy 1 v ,. '\( attorney, will. argue the case day, March 21, for Mrs. an invitation to,
a new machine or make the 1 speak at the Starke Rotary
\ of
I .. ,;\i'-: for >a of Kingsley Lake Sue Witcher Thomas r
bills out by hand or type. ..... "" :II'''''''' .- . u'.a.. .a. property group owners who claim Lawtey, charged with first Club's Rural-Urban Day

writer.chine is The about coat$12,000 of a the new clerk ma- Bonnie Roller, Betty Ann ReglHtnr> ", anil. Pageant net next Friday during the Bradford the Flynns placed( a duplex degree murder In the pistol activities ;opening the annual

ays. That eats up a large hunk Kathy Frees, from left, are three of 21 contestants County:. Fair The girls arn fthown here promoting structure on the property, slaying of her husband. Rep Don Fuqua Bradford County Fair

of the $20,000 the city stands In the Annual Strawberry\ Queen \ Bradford County's' favorite fruit. which with existingbuild Shot twice in the couple's and Strawberry Festival

to take In the first year. lugs already there did not Lawtey home last Thursday here Wednesday, March 27,
meet minimum area requirement -
A new billing machine )) under the. zoning code.
needed within three weeks, before I 1C. W.I Thomas 32, was pro George Pierce, president of
maintain that the Flynns
bills have to be made out 21 Girls Seek They(Continued on Page Pour nounced dead at about 3am. Berry the Starke Rotary ClUb, announces

in April, Clerk EdHvarda says. Thursday, March 14, at the that Florida Commissioner -

"What you've been telling: us Bradford County Hospital by of Agriculture Dctyle

Is that our machine won't take Dr. A. J. Barry. Auction Conner will nerve as Master of

any more entries for anything Assault CaseIs Mrs. Thomas, 30, was arraigned Ceremonies at the opening ac-
?" Councilman Gerald Title before County JudgeT. tivities.

Williams. asked Edwards. Berry Queen DroppedAggravated A. Yawn last Thursday Other highlights of the open-

"What he's telling us la that afternoon. She said she would April 1 1Dob Ing festivities include' presentation -

we'll have to upend about $12.- attempt to secure her own of the annual Bankers
000" Councilman Jimmy Mc- assault charges legal counsel. When she did Conservation Award to the out.
Rae Interjected.The Queen, In, arranging the :have been dismissed! against conservationistof
Twenty one girls: from Strawberry Queen Pageant Ret pageant not waive the right to a pre- Allen, manager of tM standing farm
Council authorized the Brooker, Lawtey, Keystone next Friday. March 29, at the Mrs. Pat Spongier In Alvin Hardtn, a. laborer at liminary hearing Judge Yawn Starke 'Slate Farmers Market, the county, and welcome

clerk to get Information from Heights, Macelenny, Green, Bradford County Fair. the. Club's pageant chairman. Luther Milliard's form. after scheduled one for this morn- announced yesterday that April extended !toy Fair Association

machine dealers and then Met Cove Springs, and Starke have The, event, airways a high- Carrol Lamb, assistant to a preliminary hearing last 1 has been, set us the tentative President '''Frank Williams and

[Continued on Page Four J already entered the annual light of the Fair, will begin at Agriculture I Commissioner Thursday, March 14. Ing.Mrs.. Thomas was' placed opening date of the Starke Rotary Club President
3 p.m. when first eliminationsare Doyle Conner and Director of Hardln was charged with George Pierce. Miss Patty
under arrest at her home early.lasLThumday strawberry auction. A buyerwill
held In the show arena at the Advisory Council Serviresof the stabbing, of Luvlnia Mun- SherUVs .. 'be.-oll..Uwa' !market betweennow Hendleyv.of.Oo! the ,reignIng .
Spring Fashion _the fairgrounds'All! 21, girls/ the Agriculture Department. roes 80., lust.-Feb.; I 17. After''" toyvPeputy Strawberry Queen, will officiate
: Glen then however to lake
and and. ,
!Reddish
Dolph
will flBr"'F1'1ay'11I&11t"'fol" will act as Master of Ceremonies at 'the rtbbon-cuttlnff
: hearing testimony of the victim -
to the Bradford care of any !berries that tome
Show Set AprilS ; Moore and taken
Ls-: Finalists to be announced and at the pageant. County Judge Theron A. Jail !In, Allen said. signifying the official opening

By Junior WomenBeen the queeji choHen.Kntrunla Judges announced are: Mri. Yawn dismissed the case. County The market manager would of tha 196S Fair. .

to date are Betty F. M. Hendley, Ocala; Mrs. C. The Munroe woman testifiedshe Deputy Reddish said the like for growers) to keep him The Rotary Club annually\

wondering what's new .v Ann Register, Doris Ann o. Hill Jacksonville; Vince and Hardln had an agree- shooting apparently took place. Informed as to the condition sponsors its Rural-Urban Day

in Spring and Easter fash- ., Spengler, Betty Jo Warren, Glalto of the Florida Department ment that she would not press about 2 a. m. and that Mrs. of the crop, and when volume Fish Fry In conjunction with

Ions? Elaine Murray, Kathy Frees, of Agriculture, and Louie charges If he wouldi pay her Thomas reported it to the jail production I U, expected. the Fair. Honor guests on this
'' Pat Harris, of later. occasion farm, families of
Debbie 'Jooby> Lee Walnwrlght, director about 10 minutes are
You'll be able to see the hospital bills. She said the Wm. L. Orlzzard returned to
Wanda Prevatt, Jackie Smith, the Florida Division of Corrections Thomas was shot twice, once the area.
very latest-Friday, April 5 at L r agreement is being carried out. the market this week to handle
Terri Breeden, Polly Wade, and a Bradford native In the abdomen and once in Each of Rotary's 65 members -
8 p. m., when the Starke Junior Public Defender R. A. Green berries produced 'by members toward
contribute
rNytgr/t Jackie Wilson I LaWanda the finger, with a .23 calibresemiautomatic > personally
Woman's Club presents Jr. drew an admission from of the Bradford Strawberry special
and a
Reames Bonnie Rosier pistol, the establishing
"April Flowers" spring; fashion Kathy Whitehead all from Hearing Set her that she bears'no malice said. There were five Cooperative, Allen said. fund which la used exclusivelyfor

show at the Starke Woman's Bradford County; Peggy Voyles toward Hardln. The defendantsaid deputy Vacancies on the Market Advisory the Rural-Urban Day event,

Club, Walnut te Jefferson. !: Melrose; Tina Nichols, Green In Prison she, Hardln, and another shots fired. climaxed Committee have been and for financing:the free fish

This annual parade of fashIons Cove Springs; Joy Jones and man and woman, were living The shooting apparently filled,. the manager announced. fry, which last year drew 'acrowdot

will feature 20 local girls Jackie Godwin I Keystone Murder Case in the same house. She said a domestic quarrel Membership of the committee around 2,000 persons

and women, modeling garments .C Heights, and Rita Driggers and all four had; separate rooms Reddish said.Thomas Is now composed of: Oscar This outstanding''project of

provided by Carp's Donna Dowling, Macclenny. and cooked separately. was employed by Carter Carl Prevatt,. Pete Grit. Rotary baa helped to developa

Eagle's Leila's and' Stump's. Sponsor of the contest this Preliminary hearing for two When Hardin said he and the Bradford County Road fls, .H, C. Wainwright, Edwin, spirit of kinship between the
Entertainment during the state prison inmates, Wayne the defendant have been living Department as a heavy equip Starling, Leaton Morgan Jr., Rural and Urban population
Is the Starke Senior Wo- .
evening's show will Include year man's Club. The Club Is being :Fulk, 24, and Elwood Lamar together since the incident ment operator. With his wife Luther HUllard, Leon Starling, of Bradford County. -

folk songs by "The ThreeCheers" Rep. Eugene Shaw assisted 'by Mrs. Veda Fish Albright, 29, charged with the judge ,dismissed! the he was also the proprietor of and Foster\" Shi ,Smith. Pete Novak, Bradford Coun-
'[Continued on Page Four] I. Fair has praised
Colson, Della ty Manager
Kay Dopson, former Strawberry Continued( on Page Fourl) charge.
Wilson and Beverly McRaeJ.) Shaw ':' "'Ins Rotary for this highly successful -

There will also be a selection and completely selfless
refreshments, - project whteh; has developedInto
of tasty Seven' Ask Re-election ---
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and a drawing for door prizes

will be held."Everbody's. invited." said Seeks Public OfficeNine largest function Another attended in opening the area.of any day similar high-

For
show coordinator Mrs. Carolyn Nine Qualify light will be, Judging of the
husbandsthey
"even
Houser, livestock show at 7:30: p.m.
might want to come just to 2nd TermState [Continued On Page Four
for the shock of his announced ?
prepare The veteran lawman In. 1968 first term. Lawson
Spring clothes buying." candidates have qualified he was' elected! to the county the sheriff Is as strong this opponent, has also
of the Florida Sher-
for office here since commission in 1938 and nerved, year an he has ever been. president -
Tickets may be purchasedfrom Representative Gene public Association. nerved one teim. HoUiday unseated Man'
iff's
any Junior Woman'sClub Shaw qualified Tuesday in the opening day at noon Tuesday 10 years. He ran for sheriff In Reddish Is the only Incum- Long:, 47, 4s completing: his Lawson In 1964.Rodney Hampton

member, or from parti- Tallahassee for re-election to but that includes only one '48 and has been In .the office bent courthouse officer for fourth term as tax assessor, Hall, 37, the second
merchants. Admis- incumbent School Board mem since. Political observers say whom competition Is rumored. boar member' whose Faces AssaultCharge
cipating the House of Representatives : having >.been elected in 1052. school
sion is $1 for adults, and .75 from the 16th >dIstrict comprised her commissioner.and no incumbent* county Kelly, 53, Is completing his term expires this year, has not .

for students. Baker, Bradford, Clay Columbia The Seven" Bradford fifth term as tax collector. Except announced for re-election. He Here

.... Nassau and Union County "Big courthouse officers all I for Sheriff Reddish, he U completing: his'econd term.
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electedto has the longest record of public Commission Chairman De Hampton
counties. He was first jumped Into the ring Wednes- Earl "Buddy" Cox, '
Annual service of any official. Kelly Srmforcl, 44, la completing ..i'' assault
First the House in November, day morning under an agreement ,..'.dent, faces aggravated
1966, and re-elected in March that they would all qualify served as supervisor of regis- first term. He Is opposed rj. charges in the Feb. 89
tration from 1944-48, then he Carl Prevail, former chalrr ..-
SADIE HAWKINS 1967, and Is presently comple- then. shooting of a neighbor after a
j tor tax collector and was board, who he beat
DAY ting his first term.Representative Veteran county politician ran of the preliminary hearing last
.
Shaw Is the Carl! Prevail of Laiwtey quail- elected.In four years ago.CommissIoner Thursday March 14.
1967 he served as presi-
CARNIVALAND only small county member ser- lied Wednesday morning for Jerome Johns, Charges against Cox were
::0 I;;L. ving on the Interim committee the District 1 commission seat dent of the Florida Tax Collector's 40, has) nerved almost two reduced from assault with in-

DANCE .h created during the past session now held by Chairman Dave Association. term He was appointed to tent to murder on a motion by
Judge Yawn, 41, Is completing the board<}t in 1961. to replace
Shuford. GreenJr.
consolidation A.
:i} to study county Public Defender R.
his fourth term as county Smith who was elected
and local government organi First candidate to qualifywas Hogan ., who contended testimony"
He also serves as Judge
Sat. March 23 the School Board Member Art Judge. und resigned.", !
zation. He also serves on Court and Small of five witnesses did not show
Juvenile
In The Ad Valorem Taxation. Apportionment Holliday, District 3,' who paid of Court. Commissioner Zedra Hamilton probable cause to hold Cos on
Ills fee just, after the qualifying Claims 2, Is completing his first
Old Armory Banks and Loans He graduated from the the attempted murder dui ;;.
period opened at noon.Tues- term.
:Finance and Taxation. Insur- 1951, and entered
of Law in reduced
day. Holllday hast an announced None of the Incumbent commissioners Judge Yawn agreed,
J
Carnival: I 5) to 7:30: ance and Workmen's Compen- opponent W. '''E. (Whistle) University of Florida Collegeof have: announced. the charge, and continued
A Com
sation, and Judiciary
t Dance: 8 to 12:30: mittees. He Is a member of Lawson, but he had not qualified r Law Starke.in 1951, and practiceIn Cox's bond of $1,000.
'! afternoon.
'by Wednesday
the Legislative Council's Committees Courthouse officers qualifying Supt. Casey. 42, Is completIng Foreign Exchange Witnesses Included the'vic

Sponsored by the BUS on Junior Colleges and all at, yet unopposed, were Two Legionnaires Receive his first term. He Is a Student HeardAt tim of the shooting Hubert
Journalism Club and Vocational Education, General of Lawtey
former principal
Circuit Court Clerk Charles Armstrong; his wife, Dorothy: :
Starke Recreation Dept. Legislation, and subcommittee Junior High, Southaide Elementary Rotary ClubMiss
Darby, Sheriff P. D. (Pete) Life MembershipsBen and Oscsrk..-Junior" Stteo.
Bradford High
Industry and
on Construction Reddish. Tax Assessor Gene ,
School. Ellsa Relika, exchange Hampton Marshall Herahel
Study. Long Tax Collector J. R. Kelly -
Rep. Shaw, who led the County Judge Theron A. !SiiHlow' and John Grew, second. and third from left, Casey nas lived In Bradford student from Finland now at- Parker, and Deputy Sheriff.

fight for small counties In the Yawn Jr.,, Behoof' Superhiten- were honored by the presentation of Life Mitnbi-rsJilpn. In County since 1949 after gradu- tending Bradford High School Wednesday Robert Green. -

This Space Contributed 1967 session on Issues InvolvIng dent Thomas L. Casey, and Post /156 at a party celebrating the /50th birthday anniversary ating from the University of spoke at the Rotary the Club exchange- According to testimony' the

Weekly to Publicize allocation of race track Supervisor 01'Elections' Ne- national orgirnl/atlon. : Tuesday night Florida with a Bachelor of praising
of the American Legion program us a means of fostering shooting took place at Armstrons'
Community Erenta by funds, redistribution of monies va Flynn. Presenting the sterlingsliver Science Degree In education.He
Guard Armory betwemr -
In the new National better understanding ,home the scuffle
De- during
his obtained his Masters
for primary and secondary Darby, 61, M completing :
curd und' lapel pin to Siislow and nations..
The CommunityState roads, and public health, was fourth term. A lifelong resident life membership gree in Education In 1953. participating following an. argument..
Bank cited for his efforts by a capitol of Starke, Darby was Grew were !Hill Note. left), Peat Commander. and. Johnny Mrs. Flynn Is also completing :Miss Rrllka showed color Armstrong said he didnt: o.r
Ith District Commander term In office. elides' of her home town, Lahtl.
news correspondent for mayor of Starke four years McIJrown, of Newlierry (right her first Cox had a pistol until he bad
"outstanding service as fresh- and served on the, city coun- The faithful service rendered by Sunlow und Grew to the She was elected supervisor In and said that family life there

Accounts now Insuredup man legislator a member cil for two years In the 19tO's. Font was lauded In a talk by A. L. (Crosby, Jr. 1964 upon retirement of Mrs.' if much the same as It is in been shot. Apparently only

to $15,000 by who has become one of the Sheriff Reddish, !88, completing A buffet wa. served 'to Legionnaire! their wives Marian Crosby. the U.S. She said that her year shot was fired which* truck
supper
Federal Insurance School Board Member Art here has been the most Interesting -
Deposit his fifth term at his post. Armstrong in the right knee
real leaders of the small coun- of refrrubnvnts and
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and, this occasion. In charge of her life
on
guests HollicUy, 60 I Is, completing his and l enjoyable
the longest term
Corp. Reddish has ,
ty lContinued people, an on able Page and Fourl ad- of public service of any officer; -oratlons. "erIr.: ... Soto und )I..... Crosby and hand. ._ ....Ja ,




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I ThompsonConklinRehearsal Icp. Tyre AsksReelection re-election as State Representative i la tion pavbi Vie'way for Disney \orun OK IV'1'F111IlhBF'vi'e \ '''<) the, 'f,'tiit office.
l: Supper District 17 for Baker, Wor .jjerhaps! one of the : l-'U"!'ITIOI s \.11IF. Ir.lh' day of April 1808 ; othor
",.. Bradford, l Clay Columbia, largest I'lstattractions\' in Nf.lli.1.. In lim.lM" glum tliiil.1 \V 1", ? the 1I1I"M'allone] of ....Id
!illj under' ,the l I"r. Complaint. will bo tak.en" as con.I -
)'1'/Q"/ ,",, .,.,;,'W Mr. and Mrs W. .B Thompson Nassau, andUnlon Counties. I the country; ,;;when completed vlMl.ms the tnulvmlirnpd.. of 1'111.11"" HilSOIt. Flor'iti .. ",il II)' you .
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"I.o Jr entertained at a buffet Representative;' Tyre said he I I am'also happy to have beena Htnlu.-H, IIUB, wl'l:! ,'clllIll'l t with Till nonce" "hull he Published
,I four
for
j .. week
ro House In and l >rUindfoKl con-
/ supper last Friday night at was particularly! gratified with pal; .lof t 4> lifting* about legislation tinClicult I"( ,linty c'.urt F-lorliU, "P"'' /"eVutlvo ",'celts In the BRAD-

GLADYS MOOTY .j ,: the Methodist Fellowship Hall the progressive measures enacted to'System crime In thestree&tptjfjbUDi' roc-oliit of l>,r''of of piiblluutlon.f VOliO COUNTY TULEORAPH.

Phone 964-7603 honoring their son Donald, :!' by the 1907-63 sessions, ( 'towns and cities or thin The nollie.irnnaiii| the g flilltl'Iron, uncli-r name Dated thin 14th day of March,

c and his fiancee. Miss Joyce ,. pointing out that he took an "W441'IrAve) ,' now definitely which we lire ensn'-'eil/ In hllMI-*' 111 US.
I 4 ;A Conklin preceding their wedding I'f t active part la'the'' :passage of giver/}the'' education system in ness at 387 N. Temple Ave, CHARLES! A. DAJtSY' ,

I ,rehearsal. such legislation, as they eight I tPlbrtdgUfte+ { largest appropriation Slarlie. Florida. Clerk of the CJrc-uU Court
Mrs. John Christiansen returned Dr. and Mrs. Barney Felix )M. Sullivan and wifeHetly M. Moody
from New Orleans last Rae Jr. and family of I Mc-I 'f The buffet table was covered hour work day i five day week ,ev >$$i.c6me forth from .T. Sullivan Ht I I. UnX> By Boulah Clurk

week accompanied ,by her City were Sunday dinner' with a white linen cloth and for all State' agencies, better any Legislature in our entire 1 l'/i""'lprl, SlKiU' this, HIM Fan"day h'""""T Iloldel'NUs Mmrl- Deputy J-Ul 4t 4-11

granddaughter Michele: Smith, guests of Mr and Mrs. McRae : entered with a yellow and retirement program for all history," Rep.'Tyre said. A r>. limi at Storhu Uradford

who will be visiting in Staike Sr. -'n'i green floral arrangement :, state and city employees."We During the 1967 regular Coutdy. Florida.

for two weeks. Mrs. J. A. Howe Mrs Ii.!ff- j: Guests were seated at a T- passed strict measuresto session Rep. Tyre served as 3-21 41 4-11

Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Mathews, and Mrs. ;ljIt$ y j shaped table. The head table require lobbyists: to register chairman of the committee on \o"1'14'F1'/l UFFEIIN : /

BriXruswlck.:Oa was'a"guest of 'Barnes of Lakeland Je 1 was centered with a yellow their expenses and to recordall ,State Institutions vice chairman l: cuiriMT CUL-KT. n"APt Prompt Service

Mrs. W. H. Hart over theweekend. weekend guests of Mrs. R. A. ;., and green arrangement of 4 expenditures on'' each'member of Public Roads and pimn! rorNTY. FLORIDAin:

Newsom. mums and gladioli and centered of the Legislature; Rep. Highways and was a memberof UUANCUKY.fUBo .Nil. 272
Repair
',:a. Lloyd."Hecrto'6tCana-: ? ,.*..:Mr. and .:Mrs.!\ Clyde..trtrwlllejrar ;I'- by eight pale yellow tapers. ; Tyre said "and' to require Rules and Calendar Finance WILLIAM( KOBI3HT M.( UAI3Plaintiff.I For *

-?---And gralMlchUdren'of' / were In. Sanford last Down the length of the long public bodies in the state to and Taxation, and Per- ve LARGE OR"SMALLQUALITY

:HSlnesvllle, ChM, wer .. Visiting Thursday tq,',attend the 50th table was a garland of ivy L\\ hold open meetings; to estab- sonnel and ;Retirement. MARY LOUIS! JleRAB i I
Defendant
'"Mr.. and Mrs. Tyler Jones sevHZ22&1 wedding anniversary celebration Emily: Ann Lewis Interspersed with white and '. lish a long-range planning department In announcing for reelection APPEARTo. I '
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days la t.'Ii tfrJc.-..?,,- for Mrs. Terwillegar's To Wed Mr. Rhodes .pale. yellow bows. for the, first time In he expressed hope that NOTICR: Mary LoulBe )1<'11"0. 'i
--Mr..and The 27 guests Included 1 c' Florida government: we You hereby, nut ICird that
Mrs. Charles-Law- parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. pass- urn
"I have the of CO.
may pleasure lian, bpi-n lIpd l PLUMBING'
MRep. milt I for dlvoter
bridal
members.of the party, a
H3SB1 and children Tallahasgig Truluck. ed a strong pollution control
: I Mr. and Mrs. Ovid 4 O. Lewis against In the ,nhnvi' named
you
..- ,were weekend..A.viaUaiu....bX"T'A1 "*, .JSgt,'and Mrs.Karlet.Orll- I of Tallahassee, former Starke the Immediate families, and measure and) brought under once again serving the people Unnrt and: I-HUHI. nnd von anrviiilr .

'and' Mrs.-H.'A. Lawson- Its of Fort Stewart. Oa. and i residents announce the engagement out-of-town guests. | Ralph ':Tyre control the indiscriminate sale of my six counties in the, answer| 'l or to uleadlnic serve. "olly'.r to tin i your
.. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Green Mr.. and" Mrs. Marvin Stewartof and approaching .' of state-owned submerged next session." ,plaint on the "hlnUrr'to
and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Green Gainesville were Sunday of their daughter YarbroughLaineHome Rep. Ralph C., :'yre, of Lake lands. We also enacted legis. torney Hon. Lox llroen. Ktai-k-
marriage for and file the original/ In'
announced this week Florida
tH of Callahan were weekend visitors of Mr. and,. Mrs. C. L. Emily Ann, to William Elwyn CeremonyMrs. City, #

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Cooper. Rhodes, son of Mr. and Mrs. -.
:JJJ Jone Mr. and!' Mrs. Larry Stoner 'Tallahassee -"- .....
: O. Elwyn Rhodes also of Donnie Mae Lame and
r Mrs..Pearllvolsono'dreenCove \ : ;,, >f.dcala Mrs., John Heller"of: Elder O. M. Yarborough<< of U

JJ Sprlngjvfaltedters. .. Portland Ind. and Miss Rose The wedding will be an Glen St. Mary were united In

= .,,Mrs. 'WrVttT'HlFdMh : > 'U1'4rs> :' : Keller of Dunedin;> were Sun-; event of June 7 in the Chapelof marriage on Tuesday. March
Christiansen. aDd -Mrs. visitors of Mr; and Mrs.
lay
the First Baptist Church 12, at 7p. m. at the Lame
:.. E '"Moody on'SUrfdaj'; : "'f1);' iGeorge W. Brown. Tallahassee. home with Elder J, H. Forsythand fI'

-Mrs. James HamlL". : iI\\ \\ 't)4r. and Mrs., One Wiggins, Miss Lewis graduated from Elder J. R. Davis pefrom-

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Tuesday with her mother, !MrslW '.I:: ''visiting Rev..' and',Mrs. L. D.; Is a senior at Florida State Following the ceremony.

= E. Plummer. and also vliM ',Halnes in: Altamont Springs University majoring In Sec- which was held in the presence -

Ited her father tnthe .. e J \\"tf, Sunday. f r, ,.. ondary Social Studies Educa- .of a few close friends t 1
City VA Hospitaln .'-' as JII. \, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Cooperknd
and relatives, a reception was
W. F. Herlong: jc'pftyiJ t'1 family of Savannah,, Oa. tion.Mr.. Rhodes graduated from held also at the Lame home.

clng at home. after three week\ ;\re visiting Mr., and Mrs.. C. Leon High School in 1962 The bride's table-was covered @ .IA\IJA\lPlm\ \

= in Baptist Memorial'Hospital: 'J., Cooper'thid week. served In the U. S. Navy andIs with white linen cloth edged

Mrs. Marc- ,,JaAson and'daullhter \i\f! Mr. and Mrs.; Harold Bran- currently attending Talla- with lace and centered with a
= Melissa*' epenf "tam visited Mr. and Mrs. hassee Junior College while three-tiered wedding cake

M Thursday iSutid4iCVlth:: :\ .her; Thomas Coon* in',Green: Cove employed by AJAX Construction Mrs. Fred Combs Jr. of san- -
parents, Mr.-oaxl: ":Mrs. H. %fc-! .... '
Springs Sunday.
on
{
'f','" Company Inc. derson cut the bride's cake -
= Smith, In wuilston.' LCpl.!' Emmett Akrldge Is and Mrs. Bill Cothern of BOYS
'-- Mrs. Edith ChristIansen. home on 23 days leave after ,
Garden Club Jacksonville presided at the
='Vm-. Ella Moody. Ass's; Kat. ;43-months tpur of duty In
bowl: The bride's
-.neppard. and /Mrs7,'lfoWJ9f' ; \Vi tnam.., He will ,, report to Flower .Show Set daughters punch Misses'Barbara and' % Pe'wuuteut V eoaDRESS

1ZI2IS were Saturdanlght'd11'ljel' Camp LeJeune, M. C. onAprll For County FairThe Joy Lame, assisted In serving.
..
-* guests of Mr. and Mrs:

= Ronald" Crawford''' Oran$ \,7.,':Tommy' Andrews and John Starke Garden' Club ing Gracing room the was buffet'a fan-shaped In jhe din-arrangement 1 .
Park. .k \ti \
'V of 4..t'
/ Bickley of the University Flower
will have its ;annual of white pompom
'"* Home for college spring
Georgia spent their spring Show at the Bradford CountFair and pink gladioli, r
w holidays are Steve 'Denmark SHIRTS
Thursday to Wednesday -
holidays on March 2730. The couple is residing at
-- and Janet Hardy from the Mrs
with Mr. and The Horticulture section Is the bride's home 560 W. Weldon 4 h u
= University of Oeoffgi:' Byron .der B .!
I
Andrews.
Ouy : d
-_ TerWillegar' from ,,the. CbllRga. 'TJCpl.: Charles Carter of] open residents.to all All Bradford home gardeners, County Street. >MKSPORT Afith new soil < -- '
of Charleston. B. C.t JOnn Ad -
is home on 20 days;
Lawtey invited to enter their pot-
= ams' from the'UnlversIty''of 13 are Pierce Speaks release finish lb
leave after completing
ted plants. dish garden:! Paeoo
--- Arkansas: Jane Adams, Richard Pe1tKtCtKeld.
months' duty In Vietnam. planters cut flowers, and veg- To CivitansThe j
SH Walnwrlght, Marla Moire< ,;ft Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards etables. 'ip
,-r Vlkl Struth. Ernest JWfillM. 'Afr Fernandina were Sunday Starke Clvltan Breakfast SHIRTS

223 Bobbie Sue., Ba.rksdiftle7. ,.:(knd visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David tered Growing Tuesday plants Marrh must 28 be, en-between Club speaker Tuesday 7 e I .alit. I
Gene Wiggins from* """VSU: Browning.Mr. horning was Staike' Rotary ,99 2f3Lion ., m
aiut"I"
10 a. rn. and 8 p. m. Y
"" Jayne Hardy of Tift COllege and Mrs. Jimmy New- Club President George Pierce. .
Cut flowers vegetables 1'
rTT will, be home for the...weekend man and baby son of Wild- and who spoke on the subject of Ivy and rag. collar In a huge telee- 1
Mr. anf Mrs. J. S. Woods, wood are visiting her parents must be entered Wednesday. wills. of woven plaid., solids, toiler Men's Short Sleeve r
March 27 from 8 to 9:30 a.
SHI Rose Lee and Chris Perai: Mr. and' Mrs. Roy demons : Pierce was Introduced by oils, wide track stripes and minichecks ; t (
Containers will be furnished. $7.99 value
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al m. Clvitart President-Elect J. E In all the popular I no-Iron ea.
for several weeks. A complete, list of flowers; fabrics. Newest colors. B.1 B.
= bert'.Woods ln'lAk Leon' .. and Mrs. W. T. Brinson Tomllnaon. Pierce Is a partner Spring SPORUHIRTS S blend that i
r.
Polyester-cotton
..... Sunday. rV""* ofd Valdosta. Oa. and Roy "and.' ',other yegetaMei.rules to,JJB, Judge Inhe in..tl, .'law. tlunfQC Thomas & ff/fR.Ii(1" "M' )CI'f' : needs Ironing and says crisp never and '
and' are He Starke t
Pierce. also serves ,
Jerry Wltcher of Lawte Turner of Lake Butler were CANVAS. neat. New soil release finish, makes'shirt rl
= was;,,admitted to the,. Starke Sunday book .
Nursing Home this week. as City attorney of each mu- brighter. Regular collar long tail.'
= .
R. V. Turner.The CLOTH
= Mrs. A. H. 'Uoore*Jr, of local Brownie Scouts The Garden ;Club.. will holda : nloll'' llty.Charln. Sizes S-M-L\ In white, sizes 618. \' I

=. Blackshear Ga. will arrive Play- drawing on the last day of Francis, outgoing PANTS NEWEST SUMMER STYLES
Popeye
will appear on the Fair for a' Peace Rose President of Starke Clvltan, ?
Staurday to spent a,, week with I "
house Friday afternoon from MAKE YOUR SELECTION TODAY
bush. reported plans for the annual pp j rW, I
= her mother.) Mrs*DaUy Perry-. 4.to 4:30: on TV channel 12. Installation of officers has
:=! man., and Mr. and.:.:MrsVM- by $399
/ \They will accompanied. School PTA been completed for this Saturday 'Bodo'W< Sko lto
.
=; RJtch -i. iVv w\: : j }
March 23, The ladles night
ZZZ Terrl Smith sped tTif N week, Whtffen. Mrs. Charlotte Ra- Met Tuesday Night affair 'mill be held at the To Boys' fast back slyU In 250 299 Frayed.leg cutoff |aon
---- end with her grandparents poly
; dtke1: and Mrs. Richard Jockel. Rena Restaurant located on permanent pass style. or woven plaid
= M<; and Mrs Jerry} Boleten' at Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant Bradford High School PTA North U.S. 301 at 7:30: p.m. ester-cotton canvas. Ivy style Big selection $299

Florahome..Jerry:So\de&\ with dthers
= Son'Jose.! Calif. 'Is also visiting Jacksonville were Sunday vls-' cafeteria with James Blood- Dr. Don Rothwell, professor to $,5.95. Sues 818.up

his parents. .*,...,:*. ,.. i*& 'tors of Mrs. O. L. HaynesSr. worth presiding.The at the Soils Department ..., s

Mr. and Mrs. 'J.. Os Caldwel need for Barents joining of the University of Florida, Girls EasterDRESSES

=[ attended the weddingbf Miss Clyde Terwtlleuar Jr. and and supporting the PTAto will officially Install the officers -

-1 Carole Emerson and David son. Byron, and Steve Den- work for an exchange of I with] zone Lt, Governor Youth Shoes

=[ Paul Mowery at the Firs mark wer:! fishing at Lemon Ideas on schools and to workout Ed. Buhrman of Tallahassee Y
..
Methodist Church in ,
Mlcanopy
Bluff near Sanford on Sundayand the problems in which assisting.
er; last Saturday afternoon. Monday. teachers and parents are A one hundred per cent attendance LOAFERS

-_ Mrs. Betty Crawford.accomnamed Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. mutually interested was of Civitans and their! ) OR OXFORDS

=| her daughter. Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper stressed by Mr. Bloodworth.He ladies Is expected. ,
? ,Gene Pass to Fort Benning .-..-. $ I99wtEtj
'and Mr. and Mrs. Donald repotted that the recom- 3 bx
-Oa. over the weekend when DOROTHY KICKLITKR:
Cooper and their childrenwere mendations to the School --
=Mrs. Pass will remain with hei $299
SERVICES HELD
fishing on the Suwannee Board had been favorably received t--.rrn"
'
-husband, Cpl. Pass for. five River near Chlefland Monday..Mr. and:! the concrete had Miss Dorothy Clair 'Kicklite, 7-14 '

7S>'"rlthaMrs.. Crawford went and Mrs J R. Chasteenir been poured around the band formerly of Starke, died in a

-.-. .home with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby : and family visited Dr. and room and cafeteria room, but hospital at Newnan, Ga. on Mode 'far rugged

:..:..Crawford.. and coil, and' Mark Mrs. Argln Boggus in Tavareson the covered! wnlkway has not Sunday, March 3, following an wear as well as
......and Steve Crawford,"'who Joln- been completed. extended Illness. MANY PERMANENT PRESS good looks and fit.i r
Sunday.
-ed them on Sunday.... A retired government employee ;, Soft leather-like i uppersin -
= Local admittances to.' Bradford Miss Bonnie Graudon of Parents were urged to con- Miss Klckllter had''been black or brown. 12'/-3
County Hospital this week FSU is spending Tuesday to tact school board members to I a resident of Newnan for the Big new selection of Spring and Easter and B,}12. Others U.99"$3,99.-
Sunday with Miss Susan Col- make their wishes known In past seven She is survlvecl "+ + y dresses.Tailored or fussy styles In prints
---Include; : Thomas Bostock. Mrs. years.
_, Tmo ene Bryan. D. L. Rlgsbv lier In WInter Park. every area.Recent < by a sister, Mrs. Hazel I -"'.- .. solids, 2-tonol, stripes' and pin dots.

-Airs Lula E. -Turner. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Beall Hendrlcks also of Newnan. v r i Many sleeveless styles for wear thru the
** '1". and son of Macon Ga. Births Funeral services were. conducted summer. Others $3.97.
j. Alice Cogdllt. Mrs>. Ethel R. w } Girls'I Shoes
were weekend guest of her
Monday, March 4, In
.. --' Casey, Mrs. Maude C. McCall '
,'""*'r.anrtnn L. Conner.Mr&" por- na rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Bradford County; Hospital, the chapel of Mcloon Funeral TODDLER SIZES, 13. $1"
Mrs.Beatrice Gentry. announces the following Home, in Nelvnan; with Rev. 4 New soft Pattlna I dress up shoe" I In
--othy Johns. !
Gayle StrlrkJand. Mrs Prescott Gill had abirthday births: Robert Baggott officiating. Interment Spring high colors of yellow.

:.2PodwlnMrs- Mrs. DorIs- M. Miller party for her grand Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman was In Westviow ) JR. BOYS one ofmany orange, green 12 white%.3.or 81 black.'/-12.

"""Mrs. Charlene Meres and MrsZZZLucile daughter. Fatrlfla GUI of Aa- Lawtey, a daughter Dar- Cemetery, Atlanta. (' BOW

: T. Davis all of Starke; lantlc Beech, on Sunday afternoon lene, Gayle March 16. y t' i TIE & CUFS SHIRT styles
on Patricia's sixth birth- Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin 4' Others $ ".cm2y. $299
*"' "Mrs. Llnnle Bias of Hampton: ADDING MACHINES: Man- : dress shirr .prose Whil.LINKs 99-S4.99 .
HT3wirs. A. Marshall and"Mrs. day. The youngsters entloyed Grlffls Staike a son, Joseph down _
Mary ual or electric For sale or t % CDI/o/ an button $ _
Alice Edwards of KeyIZJltone frames refreshments and rode Ellsha. March 15. Add l, fh. d eAy
rent. subtract\ credit bal \y eu 'Wo'wa 7 7
horseback during the party ff "p'on bow y
Height; Mrs: Pency I'
'Roberta of Raiford; and Otis hours. Assisting Mrs. Gill were 'ancc.-. Bradford County Telegraph i i _j r Sizes 1.7:' Gjl, hO"dontl; SET Kitoaeo FeJmU1UClt PICPOo

"I'gtatona Jr. 'of Brooker. Ad- Patricia's parents Mr. and Kenneth Oiider. Secretaryand .

--..tnltte
_- were. : Karen Tracy Vestrymen Mr. and Mrs. PeterJ. fills. Bradford County Telegraph. 7 -COTTON SHIRTS i

..1Nanen EbUnar Mrs. Kathleen Reception Held Novak Mr. and Mrs. William PC. EASTER With the new "coma

-_.:.?_. Mrs.. Isabel. SimpsonI22vnd For St. Mark's Carter Mr. and Mrs. -. resistant finish. cleanoraoil'I I
Miss Oerrl Mootyt David Paul Canova Mr. and Mrs.: T. e' $199| collar
-e, Brown of Hampton; andmrs..Joy Rev. Thomas Staab O. Rltch. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde THFSOUTIISIDECIIUrtCH OUTFIT ,spread and roll-up sleeve.
I -Wear in or out. White "
pink,
A.c;'Norman of Law Terwillegar and John Powell. OF CHRIST

.. The Garden Restaurant was Following the reception.' ,. I Includes J : JACKET ft P 1 I lemon and lime In grousizes
-" the scene of a private recep- the Invites $2.49 value 3238.PERMANENT.
Father Staab conducted::!' YOUTo I IJ
-_- SERVICE: ,SCHEDULE tion and::! dinner held by the Lenten evening service at St.' SKIRT HAT BAG r

=r. EDWARD'S. CHURCH. Vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal Mark's Church were a large Hear
Church Wednesday evening to percentage of the congregationalso ,GLOVES KERCHIEF PRESS
--Stark* I
,=! Sunday Mass: 9:13: a. m. provide opportunity for the had an opportunity to THE COSPEL BRACELET ;} STRETCH DENIM CAPRIS
to
and their wives
Vestrymen e
Thursday Mass. 6:30: p. m. meet him. OF
CHRIST
Miraculous Medal Novena; meet the Reverend J. Thomas The Staabs will be taking up 9 9 i J Comfort fit tailoring! with taper,.

2ZSturday.! '7p. m Staab, who will officially assume residence at the newly remod- 8:30 Sunday Morning r t I $5 'j} f ed legs, side zippar.' long wearing 9 i

--+Confessions:.S.p: m. and '7 duties as Rector of St.Mark's eled Rectory at 135 N. Church : r _,.11.. ".....hMe- 3 .. cotton-nylon blend. New $29

1S., Staab.In on May 1st and Mrs. Street on April 15. They have ,(" 'PXE'RadiO Dial 1190 ---or.., ? : I. Spring colors. 818. ,
wiLEuara CHURCH. two children David 3, and An- r
HeicbU. addition the honored Worship Service Suit has ptqua collar and laca trimI!I !
to
Keystone dy, 9 months old. ** 100% NYLON FISHNET
t HOSE
day MuS t a a. m guests, Father Tomand Linda Sunday, 11:00: :A.M. straw clip hotj nylon stretch gloyesr\ tr ti ,
=Wodnesday: Mass and NoMacclenny. Staab. those In attendancewere I I zippered pouch slyla> bag with shoulder f For girl. and womf1In newest Spring '
Bible chain; dress up hanky; and novelty brace pastel shades plus white or black. On. 894: :
e p. m; Senior Warden Joe Sis- Study Sunday I II .
let. In pink blue or navy. .4.6and 7.12' t size fits 8'/i to 11. Stock S7g
"' for
-=sT.. :MA.1n"'tf'--cmmcH! ; trunk and Mrs. C. A. Fetch" CLASP ENVELOPES all 10 A.M. and 7P.M.. i at this terrific price. up summer value I

: Mr.[ Slstrunk's sister). Junior 'I 5a9,9
11:30 a. m. sizes.- Bradford County Tele Ml. South US BOYS' 2-PC. SUITS ,;,
Sunday M M: : Warden and Mrs. J. D. Sey- graph. 13 on 301 l \ _

mour, Treasurer and Mrs. .







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.TIUTRSPAY. MARCH 21. 1968! BlUDFOBD' : oorNTr mnjQKApn. HTARKID.! FLORIDA Aectlona One'- Page Tttreg.
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M' W r [Woman's Club attends Bradford High School. the slate of officers for the Roberts of the Gainesville Police Dinner Party Given. d
The program was under the coming year as follows: president Department in three.
1 1 1l Receives Slate direction of the International Miss Della Rosenberg; man team that will demon-I For ,Elaine Murray

6. :,Of New Officers Affairs committee with Mrs. first vice-president. Mrs. John strate how the average womancan Miss Elaine Murray celebrated -
James Bloodwortti as chair- ; Sanders: second vice-presi; defend herself against at-
I her 18th birthday anniversary -
8. I*. Peek Jr., who has trav- I dent; Mis Maurice Wingate; tacks. with .
eled extensively In Europe, man.Mrs.. Guy Sale presided over third vice-president, Mrs. J. D. The following were electedto I last Friday night dinner a
GLADYS MOOTY Mexico. Canada, and the Uni- the meeting and Mrs. A. Rus- Warren; fourth vice.president. membership: Mrs Harry M. party Fondue given Bourginine her mother
Phone 964-7608 ted States, was the guest sell Norman gave the devo- Mrs. V. J. Spengler:'recording Hatcher Jr.. Mrs. J. R. Chas- by
Bonnie Murray.
Mrs. (
speaker at the Starke Wom- tional. Mrs Robert Burch. secretary Mrs. Fate Brown: teen Jr., and Mrs. John F.
an's Club meeting on Wednes- Mrs Donald J. Morriss. and corresponding secretary, Mrs. Mitchell. ed The buffet. .blue table and was center yellow
l day afternoon of last week. Mrs Julia Murphy were wel- Hazel Ritch; treasurer Mrs. Decorations used' for the with a "
centerpiece.
flower-
comed H. I* Speer. meeting carried out the St. spring
Mr. Peek showed colored as visitors. Theten enjoyed llattenlng .
+ slides which ,he made on his I At the recent Fine Arts Mrs Clyde Sinclair presented Patrick's Day theme. Duringthe : to guests records dancinav*' \
most recent trip to Show in Jacksonville, Mrs. H. as a gift from the Little social hour the hostesses and social hour during ther
'{ >F'i Miss disa.Beklla NorwaY'1 L. Speer won .a ribbon for a Women to the club, a box of served a salad course and coffee evening,. m**
t club about the life of a teenager knitted sweater and Miss kitchen towels. *... )
in her native Finland. Della Rosenberg got honorable Mrs. Sanders I announcedthat BIO PENS. Ball Point BefUls. -
I Miss Rekila is a visiting student -, mention for a tablecloth. the program for April 10 PHOTO COPIERS: Bradford :=v. Bradford County Telex?, ,
,,. from Lahtl,.Finland and Mrs. Carl Roberts presented would feature Capt. Courtney County Telegraph. mph .64rLd.
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,I' ::1. mtlesrntir..uDevoreAdkins; Cruce-Griffis



Plans AnnouncedMr. Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Frank Told M. NOW AT
r L CARP'S !
and Mrs.J. R. Devore of Cruce' Sr. of Lawtey announcethe
and
A4A Lawtey announce the engage- engagement approaching
marriage of their
ment and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Linda daughter, Gertrude to A2c Du-
to John R. ane P. Grlffls. son of Mr. and
Darlene Adkins. .
H son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Grltfl8. also of. 'Law Famous rand .

Edward S. Adkins of Hell- tey.The :
bronn Springs. wedding will take. place
The wedding will be an May 11 at 2 p. m. in .the First
event of Saturday. April 8. at Baptist Church In Lawtey,
7 p. m. at the First Baptist with a reception following, in
Church in Lawtey with a reception the church educational;;,build- ,
W -1, following at the homeof ing.Miss AP_ I, rax r
: the bride's parents.All Cruce is employed by I Iv AL 1 / I -
lends and relatives are Southern Bell in Gainesvilleand v
i I invited to attend. Mr. Grlffls is stationed
nl ? / I In the Air Force Dow. AFB, : p aLMISCOUNT:1 Fabulous
Beta Sigma Phi Bangor, Maine. Both are'1966
graduates of Bradford :High
Plans Tea
SundayBeta
School.
:, :
All lends and relatives are
Sigma Phi sorority
invited to attend the
weddingand
will have a Preferential Tea
on Sunday March 4, from 3 reception.
to 4:30: o'clock at the home of
Connie ChasteenHas
Mrs. Eve Baldwin 1301( E.
4 Call street. Hamburger Fry :
The regular meeting will be
held Monday March 25 at 8 Connie Chasteen celebratedher
,
1 Jtf.:
p. m. at the home of Mrs. 13th birthday anniversarylast
j I .I.... Lewis Chaff '711 Grand Street Friday night when her l
Starke. parents Mr and Mrs J. R. _
Frances Harrington: Becomes Bride Chasteen Jr., gave a hamburger -

Of Mr. Conner In Georgia CeremonyMiss I Garden Club NotceThe fry and party for her and
12 girl friends Including Con- GENERAL ELECTRIC.Steam
Prances Virginia Harrington I T>ase at Camp Pendleton, Calif Starke Garden Club will nie's cousin, Terry Stlth. of : Ir1_ .
daughter of Mr. and and then flew to Vietnam on meet Monday, March 25. at Valdosta Ga.. _
Mrs, A. J. Harrington, Sr. of Saturday Feb. 17. Mrs. Con- '7:30: p. m. at the home of The girls enjoyed games and
Jacksonville, and Vernon James I ner Is residing at the home of j Mrs. L. V. Hardin in Green refreshments during the party '
,Conner( son of Mr. and Mrs. her parents until his return. Acies. hours. 'e l
T. G. Conner of Camp Bland- ,
,.ing, were married Wednesday I fl o ,
,.Feb. 14. at 5 p.m. in Folkaton T T l s l
':Ga... -
Now G Nti
Attending the bride as maid
_
of honor was her slater, Miss rd
'Barbara Jean Harrington. F. G.
Conner served his son as best a-t i t@I
i
man.A ,
reception was held at the
\home of the bride's parents, I
843: !MaQkinaw St., Jacksonville.The .
'
wedding was originally a
scheduled: for Saturday, Feb. A Iy IRON
17, at 9 p.m. at the Baptist
Temple In Jacksonville, but V ;' <' -'. .. ;,- ,- r !


Shower due orders to the a change groom Given left in military for his a 1 r ,. ; & Beauty{f Aids r .$$12.9.9 ,!Value'



For Jane Wafler,

Bride-elect. A DISCOUNT PRICES !

Miss Jane Wafler of Pom- i :

J>ano Beach, whose marriageto
Arthur Holliday will .be an
event of Saturday March 23
at 2 p. m. in the First Methodist J STYLE SCOPES
Church, Starke was hon HAMILTON .....,
ored at a miscellaneous\ shower H

last Friday night given by $1 Hair Spray Mouthwash BEACH A,.""'''' ""', <.,a..'\t ,.', ,
Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs 'MrMY a t' -..:.';>"k4 I
ti, n. Adam at the home of { 1J-OZ. 12oZ. .....:.."' .,. ,'. lightweight. : Perfect j
|the latter. electric I knife f ...... ""t' M" aformmc..rerytim.. Contoured -
Arrangements of azaleas clp1M .:,",.", ;:. 1 easy grip handle handy
'
were used in the party rooms SCCPE) \ ** r .I.('(' fabric dial and cord lift. Switch
( the occasion. nf 64 $14<" Vafu f from steam to '
.or + i \ dry at push of .
Games with prizes were enjoyed $1 088 Perfectly balanced with firm ftol.' In th. bdtton. .
f during the party hours Lima 2 UmltS58c ii handle? that enables you to earv. any meat .
f:30: ( to 9:30: ( p. m. like. professional. Convenient on-off thumb SALE
PRICES THURS. FRI.
Among the 30( '' guests were SAT. ONLY
controla button.
itrs. A. N. Holliday, mother ofthe
) bridegroom-elect and his m MENNEH
grandmothers, Mrs. O. I* Hay- TEX ...
lies Sr. and Mrs Maude Holiday. '*

The. hostesses presented the SANITARY NAPKINS r e-.'>-----.. $$1.10 Skin Bracer WEST/ BEND HAMILTON Q qdeJ':'

&honoree with an electric per- r-or. AUTOMATICcoffee> BEACH :
J
!join tor as a memento of the i $ j p PORTABLE .
X C
occasion c !
.f 12 r c r Ff 3-speed r PROFESSIONAL
3uller-Devilles f r r *


The marriage of Mrs. Callleievellis. Limit J maker mixer hair dryer
; of Kingsley Lake. ; Limit 2 ; \ \ _
and Elmond H. Buller of O t
"
Jay town, Texas has been an- p ALBERTO $ .9 $1 Z,99 $' $34.99 $2288.

llnced.t r VO l Value 588 Value 788 1\" volu .
| The marriage( took place on I ) .
Salon
tfarch 13 in Ocala, where Beauty results with this push-button
ttrs. Devellis was associated No gadgets, no gueiswori. just perfect co'Th.. popular "Mix.tt. weighs less th.n.2 3 heat level dryer with g.ntl. filtered air.
with Joe Leard's Grocery Mr. $1.89 Shampoo fee ..v.rytim.cup; capacity with graceful Ibs. Handy 3-speed selector is in und.ryourAdjust.bl.. folding. hood closet to compact .
Juller is a retired employee of ti. 11 FluM Ou. n.w styling! and ...y pour spout. A beautiful' thumb-position and large beater ejector. carrying cas*. ,
Inco Humble Oil & Refining $1.49 yet practical gift. Stands on end when not in use. $38.99 Remot.Control modot, $24.88

rompany. of Baytown and C I C -

aouston. Texas. Buller willlake CONTAC o 7 6 r --.- ,-........-..:...-.;. 4s" ..-.71'. :I! '-;- -..."i. ':'
and Mrs. .
|Mr. .. ,.. ,. '
:
their home In Baytownind for colds & sinus GENERAL r s '
: : c1
.
Limit : COMPACT
.
Lake.
Kingsley. Limit 2 :.. .. _. : : ,
4a'
r
'J ELECTRIC
L.= f. LIGHTWEIGHT' n
SIEHA Chapter > ;: <:

Held Here I- ; -. t ERSONAL; ,
transistor .j *
fleeting Check these low low t.
[ Crown chapter I everyday prices $r ""' F .'

jf NEHA in the met Thursday staff room afternoon at- $1.09 BRYLCREAM p7 $2 CLAIROL. $453 radio
Bradford County Hospital; with KING SIZE ............... C NICE-N-EASY.............. I tv
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. 89c ANACIN $8.99 $ A 88 WAKE TO MUSIC-ALL :SOLID: STATE

Elvira r!:E. P. DeVoe Saunders as,hostesses.acting administrator BOTTLE OF 50 ............ IOC AOc BRECK 48c ,valor,! Lu, 1 SHARP, BRIGHT 72 *q.,In. PIC1URM

of the hospital $1.29 DRISTAN CREAM RINS!........... $14.99 $1 088 6./ gr..r picture quilUy.
the twelve membersand sips fowerful poctet size & transistor with. value Ion jLttin' d.p.nd.bitty 7
welcomed NASALMIST.............. Hh thh new Ten.motu
three guests. Mis. Lydia, 70c FASTEETH gqfiW magnetic speaker and solid state design. No tubes to burn out with solid state ci,. TV. E. pb.n.taslud.d, I s'yr.
Lovely had charge of the pro- 69c GILLETTE vC DENTURE CLEAN.c.n...... Complete with battery, earphone and case cuitry. WaVe. to music with great sounding .u+r"nt.. .. plctur. Cub.$99.93 I
tram.S SUPER BLUE BLADES ((10) AM radio. Beautifullystyledhi-impactcas.. TO d.yr..n p.rti a J.. vahls
of
ihe: Mr.new Burton Veterans, housekeeper Hospital In 39c Q-TIP 51 A 49c MEXANA AQ a |LIMIT TWO Of ANY A8OVI ITZMSl

:Salnesville. invited the chapter COTTON BALLS...........V 1 V MEDICATED POWDER....0 VYf

bere.,to hold_Us__April meeting:,. .. ::. PtarktPlaza (lawn All, nay Every: Day -. Fri., Sat. Until 7 t".ir1. N

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I '3 ,, n ..-l. 1 1'Gtf'yi"-w.x' M711s Governor to the legislature for their progressive and the Preliminary Hearing Is Held County FairOpens sizes.ClASP- Bradford ENVELOPES County Telegraph all Ilk.BIC-PENS.Bradford Ball County Point Tele Re-

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;rdT C }I ,. f thinking and action in enact- I graph.
This Morning For Mrs. ThomasContinued March 27
ing this legislation and provid-
'" u
ing funds to further carry out ').
A
programs criminal designed offender.to He educatethe sta- ( from Page One] ed at the Zoning -I JContlntoed\ Prom Page One,] Shop At Griffis Store

such action is a restaurant on US 301() In meeting last month) and 1 I II ':
ted that one nrl J "Where Is Always Guaranteed"FRIDAY
that will serve to prevent Lawtey. told that the board I W.dnea The couple lived on a grad- Issue a permit for the structure nrena
crime which is one of the Division's ( )
rP When Inmate eji; street off SR-225:! In Law- pending an Investigationas / The A qupl; Talent Show will
goals an
l tey. There are two children, a to whether It met set-back be held'at 8. p.m. Thursday,
returned to the
4 is community boy, 10 and a girl 7. Mrs. requirements and other regula March 28, and finals of the
with attitudeand
a proper tions. Straryljierry Queen Pageant I
i Thomas'father Jerry Witcher, Beauty
with academic and vocational The Clay County sanitarian ariTspheduled for 7'30
was living with the family at
I qualifications to earn the time Thomas was killed. told the group that his office p,m. Friday, March 29.
an honest living, then the tax- could not and would not issuea The final major event, a AND SATURDAY
payer has made not only a septic tank permit for the
worthwhile Investment In the Hearing Set building since it did not meet Horse Frolics presented by the TASTEE WEINERS 3 LBS. $1.00
future of a former offenderand State Board of Health specifications Bradford Roping Club, will begin I

his family, but to societyIn In Murder Case as to distance from ex- at 4 pm. Saturday, March I RED HOT SAUSAGE 3 LBS. $1.00
.
wells, and. other
n general. Thought and, action isting water I 30 I
gven to preventing crime ([Continued from Page One] requirements.! : WESTERN "ALWAYS MEATY"

will result in lower crime sta- first degree murder Is set for NECK BONES 5 LBS. $1.00
tistics as well as a, savings to -
the taxpayer," Wainwright 2 p. m. this afternoon [Thurs Utilities Consumers ''Who Are Exempt
day,
March 21.] TURKEY WINGS LB. 29c
said. -
The pair is charged with From Sales Tax Must File StatementCity ,
the death of a third inmate,
Merrill Edwards the four cent tax to state LARD 3 LB. JAR -
I Ii Shaw SeeksReelection Henry Hull. 28, who was Clerk per 39c
found dead from.strangulation said yesterday that all utilities ments' mailed out May 1.
March 11. consumers' of electricity and
Pulk and Albright were arraigned -, gas, who are exempt from DEOAN BAPTIST CHURCH:: I STEAK or CHUCK ROAST LB. 59c
must file certified i BROOKER :
) before County Judge I sales tax a
i ..... 1 [Continued from Page One Theron A Yawn Wednesday, statement, together certificate with their Sunday School 10 a. m.' BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1.00

Gov Claude Kirk sign, new prison funding bill In the presence of (frond )lefts) aptable member of the House." March 13. Both men requesteda with exemption the' City, before April number 15 Morning Worship 11 a.. m.;

Louie Vlulnwrlght, Director, Florida Division of Corrections, ; Commissioner of Shaw was also elected pres- preliminary hearing and to avoid, payment of the new Training Union', 6:30: p. mEvening U. S. Good Steak C
signed affidavits of Service, Rev.
Insolvency. :30.
: -
Agriculture Doyle Conner; and David K. Kmlwrlght, educational coordinator Florida ident of the Freshman Classof Judge Yawn appointed Public four per cent sales tax on Lacy Conway pastor.FIRST T-BONES
the 41st House of utilities.
Repre-
IHvNIun of Corrections. sentatves. Defender R. A. Green Jr. Edwards said this includes: i I 8 9
to defend them. CHRISTIAN CHURCH SIRLOIN
dent funds will be made Although similar bills had' schools, churches, civic clubs
Special Session Provided Funds I I available for books, training been introduced in every ses-I' Weapon named In the affidavit and organizations, chamber of Sunday Services: Sunday', ROUND---LB.
d. aids, equipment, libraries and sion since 1961 RepresentativeShaw Is an ear phone cord. commerce, hospitals, local offices School, 9:45: a. m. Morning
I supplies to provide quality education introduced and guided, Fulk was sentenced! to an of state agencies, and Worship 10:45: $ a. m. Evening I I
Upgrade State's Penal System 1 to work toward accre- to final passage the first home I additional five years In Brad- others. The clerk said that un- Service 6:30: p. m. Midweek ,
ditation of the Division of repair fraud bill ever passed ford County courts in Januaryon less the certified statementand Service, Wednesday, 7:15: p.' GRIFFIS STORE !
a charge of assault the certificate is in the
of In-
Corrections education depart- by both, houses of the Florida m.Charles Reese, minister.
tent to murder In the hands of the city by April 15,
specialsession legislature. It later vetoedby stabbing : SAM GRIFFIS
During the recent the educational program withIn ments as VocationalTechnic- was I
of a fellow inmate. That offense his off Ire will be forced to add!
of the Florida Legisla- I the Division. Additional al and Adult Education Cen- Gov. Kirk, but Shaw Intends SIGNS all kinds. Metal or 625 East U row nice
ture two bills were passed that full-time teaching, adminis- to continue his effortsin occurred on Oct 2, 1967 Cardboard The Telegraph I, )
ters.The _._ ._ _
will provide the Florida Division trative, and special education second bill provides for: this field until adequate nn
of Corrections with the positions have been authorizedfor The elimination of 11 remaining legislation is on the statute Kingsley Lake :

necessary funds to develop its the major Institutions wooden prisons and' books. The Pick of
program Into one of the finest Funds will also be availableto the transferring of 550 Inmates The 32-year-old Starke attorney Zoning DisputeTo Hollywood'sSEXIEST
In the nation. employ part-time teachersin to modern facilities. Is a fourth generation
One bill appropriated $1.6 the Road Prison system Staffing of the $7 million Floridian; a graduate of Bradford Be Argued
million to expand and develop Also, for the first time, suffl- Reception and Medical Center County High School, and
located at Lake Butler. All the University of Florida. He (Continued From Page One] SASSIEST CLASSIEST
inmates received by the Division received a degree in Agricul- -
The Postman Saves You from the courts will be ture Economics and was em-: Intended to develop a rental

received at the Receptionand ployed by RalsbonPurinaCompany resort. in a residentialzonedarea.
Medical Center tor exten- resigning this posi- An out-of DOLLS EVER SHOWN IN STARKE
sive evaluation and diagnostic tion to enter law school at the -court agreement
Time and So Do We between the Flynns' attorneyand
university, where he receivedhis
treatment. During this phase a the attorney, for the Zoning'
complete and detailed treat- law degree In 1963. Upon '
Commission resulted in a Clay
I AT THE
being admitted to the Florida
ment program will be formu- County Circuit Court order
lated'' for each inmate. Bar, he entered the general giving the Flynns. permission
Staffing of the $6 million practice of law in Starke. He I to let the (building stay on the
ae has served as County Attorney, i property if they met all
Sumter Correctional Institu- zoning
+R tIon to be placed In operationas Assistant Public Defender for requirements and used it only 301 DRIVE-IN ;
a training facility providIng the 3th Judicial Circuit, andIs for single dwelling purposes. THEATER
academic and vocational presently serving as County Opposing property owners

training for nearly 600 young Prosecuting Attorney. maintain, however, that the
Shaw is a Baptist, a Rotarian Issue should not have been
,Q i adult inmates. 32nd Degree mason Shrin- settled In this manner withouta
Inauguration of a Community er, Jaycee, and member of public hearing. They appear- FRI. -- SAT. -- SUN. -- MARCH 22 23 24 a
Services Program designed the Chamber of Commerce, ,
to permit a limited I American Bar As-
k' Florida Bar ADMISSION: $1.00 .
rltL number of selected -
w prisoner
Trial
I c: sociation, and American
to take paying jobs and train Lawyers' Association. He is FLORIDATHEATRE .j

themselves for post-prison married to the former Betty .

life. Lou Wainwright. of Starke% BIG SEXY ..
: FEATURES "
v Louie L. Wainwright. Dlrec In seeking re-election Re- ,
tor of the Florida Division of:
presentative Shaw said, "I .
""t"tME Corrections, expressed thanks sincerely believe that the experience NO. 1 NO. 2 :

I have gained duringthe e J
Showtime' --Weekdays 7 .
THE BRADFORD regular session and six ,
COUNTY TELEGRAPH special sessions will be invaluable Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1

Published every' Thursdayat in representing the district.peo- FRI., SAT. MAR. 22, 23 2& : F
138 W. Call ple of this six-county Tn
St.
With Bank-by-Mail Service Bank-by- Stance, Fla. 82091 Although the challenges have Double Feature Program '

Mail Speeds Savings Accounts On Their been many, and will continueto e :
Second class postage paidat be even greater in the future Illltttlll.
Way To Earn More. Starke, Fla. I still. maintain a desireto HARRY SALTZMAN presents I II ,

Subscription Rates: serve, and, if re-elected; GET SET FOR A 1
HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED
C
will devote my entire energiesto
In trade area: ".00 per actively and fairly repre- Y FREE-FALL R
year; |2.25 six: months. J : t
The Community State Bank senting my district."I
Outside trade area: $4.50 am therefore asking the hmWITH
per year; I2.SO six monthsJS. people of,these six counties to I
OF STARKE return me as their State Re-
L. Matthews, editor and presentative because I feel ,
MEMBER F. D. I. C. I publisher that this district must have i 4tkomSHE'S
''I experienced, capable, dedicated E COLOR byOeluxe PJHUVISIOIirA
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:!, and aggTesslve: legislators I UNITED
that our interests I THE AT" e .,ARIISIS --
to
I assure ;:t' ,
a maximumof
I are protected and A Y
I legislative benefits returned

i to our counties." I pLUS SKY DIVING EDWARD I SMAll EL'IE' noS

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SOMMER RaruE'

To City BUILT FORACTION


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//, up a special meeting as soon 'I IITde LJ@g@1ID)
as possible. Councilman Neil '
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i ; ,) Tucker was not optimistic that j jI '
DREaMS
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I .:. a new machine could be Installed I \ OF
In. three weeks, 'but Edwards j \
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I said machines like the I 4 PauL", SCHu rzll
city needs are kept in stock. I 'IBIBIal.Ii PARAMOUtt PICTURE
Not cities face the
many '
same problem as Starke, since: a= WERNER!UMPERER/JOEY/ FORMA 1iJOHN BANNERiLEON ASKIN .
few towns own their electric. (I SUN., MON., TUES. II : MAUREEN ARTHUR Barbara Seeney .","...
in(EDWARD SMALL Production
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I MARCH 24, 23, 26
and water systems. t
gas ( '
( a.rGORGEMIRSIIIILaaeeURtSPiLERiAI5EREIEMNwNAiPERPoN, ] ([ /
Approval for the Police Department *,,,,KEN[ BfiUM. <0 COLOR by Deluxe sire. ,
to purchase! I .
ment costing $733 was given! HAVE YOU SEEN .
Some working men-set aside a after Councilman Jimmy Mc-


Rae view said, of it police the is recent badly committee crime needed wave"in head in, j' a OO RONALOf] w RASER'GRf IT f A CNI( I' BflIERS If 'iDMADAMSwCLNf Rf ill. 1 (

percentage income in a Savings the city. i .KOONmll/JJffi[ Nl fNiOSE .i
Items to be purchased are ,Ja J PERSONAL- / ] IO fMllli: :A'pNESC4rE'(a LV g

finger print camera, $298; ,

Account, every payday. For retire- camera, $194 case, and, $24 a; tape tranquilizer recorder f MISSING-Mary Wilson-Blu PLUS>

.. gun (for use on dogs), $242. ''j eyes, Bind. Hr.Age 19,5'-3" "AH EMOTIONAL
In the only other action I I ,t 110 lbs.shapely'A'nyoni *| i "The Name of the Game is

: ment. They are the smart ones Clerk ''Edwards read and. the i knowing whereabouterar.l
ANDSEXUALTU&
Council approved an: ordinance stB '
5
area

A city authorizing collected Increase cigarette in tax the OF I ARI!" S EX !I"
about -WdlimWGf
How
:
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: your which has been Increased from LOOK INSIDE,THE... Cue Maga.rrn!
8 to 15 cents per package. i -
er ,Pete (Novak, executive vice- I ,'/
president of the Bradford Jane Fonda Peter
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l q'YING/ Chamber of Commerce, distributed -' HOUSE OF -- McEnery ,
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copies of the fair
program i

h. Savillgsall] and purchasing thanked an the advertisement Council for!' 1000 I ( I DOLLS( I Immw IN A FILM BY ROGER VADIM .

in it. i .,

':h'Z3; I ASSOCIATION OF STARKE'I I TYPEWRITERS: Manual\ or rube!,' THE GAME IS OVER

218 N. Temple Ave Phone 964-5000 Electric. For sale or rent.

a Bradford County Telegraph., -I I|_ I .)

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THURSDAY' MARCH 21. I988 .. an Interesting talk on' VP'RlliFR will be held 'at 1:4: : Tuesday, \
.I city hall. .

: dnd'at 15.8.the"1,8 The, <1..y Bulldog 1'd'.lowh 3 Bradford Students Win time Other were officers: :Noun elected Woodblll'n at this, of I Total, A.R.'s.flying time for a: one I-I'ul 16.In flying luveryol1, II wel4onie With. J an 1Mteregt toattend.
hurdler won of '
fr members "
Top. Boiies ; Fred month period ( .
unners : 1 )i'tUes in-'a' time of 20.4. Starko Lake vice Geneva president, secretary; the club amounted. to approxi- '
\ clocked. at Hayes I
While Onann was of mately 00 hours, with a. trip to
treasurer: and Bub Lappe ,
21.2. : Science; Far; New York by Wally Fordyce'being i
,4-59 In. lJ.oop. Win William Scoaglns,, who Is Trio To State. Slarko Ilomor, information Saltol'tleM,officer.manager the longest one record "lIE' RIGHT POINT COllie for the.,In i
to return to 'fotm y
T. A.Yawn way''youwrite.
beRbmtnlt second were
Running .
I Airport re- ed ,..
1.5 of the Keystone
lftlp:a'fct.infectton'won'the8aOiyaratt'dn1ht' ..' I Ir Three of Bradford( 1Ilgh't\ Henderson wltllapproxlmatl''y I and iteJect roar favorite ES- a
coach LoPer, lOb," lit I entries In the annual Rf.'glon I ported that the new Wind Tee, and Bo '-
Bradford Hilth trackmen I George' 'a good darlyse'a'sorf 10 hours each 7'ERHftOK' fotlnta.1n/fllL. / '
top,:eft: B'lles 134-59 last Wed- the field events it's a cUtler= ftmtl b/+'2:05.4. : :' 4 Sclen.e' Fair held at the Fall'-I a very "'elcoh\o Improvement TELEGRAPH. :::.:
FlorIda .
of flying I
neaddl-Jacksonville to cOntinue ent story dui e/ddnd '-cfftd 'Bo110e':wcai U\e 880-yard re :- t'- 'f.,... ''f. ground last Friday, should 00 In operation by --
." club .
't'> eel.tlficfltcslfind The next meeting of the -
'
1" ', received 23. Fred Smith gave
superior MAI'ct
their Winning ways ovel'conference third men are reaut boanhlli. lay",1S6.9J! the' sprint ; : : -
opponents.Scheduled = along' j/ medley ." 1'Q'ar' <;2:08.9'1.[ : but : :f : ,.: .: ,., cy J are headed for stato corn\\ "", '-y.\ --- \.
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In the shot rapidly 1d- petition
as a triangular put Bl3 rurtnatg Marshman Red.dtsI : -
dual Lam'Ct:! ''ml'l1o' 8' ") All three are eighth graders: i ,.. *
to .
inept. it was changed a. proving \\; Budd"fraick'PlennGnann : f ... I' ,
ItIchard Kirkland: who displayed i
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JIIut when Lake Clty's team grabbed a seeon4 laee"'WltJ\: II. Lhd William Scogginsc6thblatdd s
failed to show up 40-$ toss, aniTex: Patrick was to beat' the Bulldogs .;: ,). a vortex generator to show _
'I wind
the behavior of circular
Andy Mayton' and BlU Belote third at 37-6 .lp-'I'ck'.a-1so; !! ._ If'.the.: MUG.relay wUh"a, lime .' r I motion: Mike King, dl'l\1onstrn-'I We're Expecting You ti I
emerged. as top p intgetter8n won second in the. discuss, f:4t.8\ : a4 Wpping'the team's I I Lion of an extra-sensory PI'I" .
the meet each winning two with a throW-of l4t"u; 1 pfeatdid( bKst 'M 3:<<.6 '1'1.... ception tenting device to' ...-
events for 10 p lnts'apiece, BItS swept.the pole vault- .et .. stdbee,Belays 1 mine If a person hall ; detel'-\\ rind your family for dinner, where you :*':
Mayton won the shot-put with Ronnie Orilrgs' taking a Brai1: l1t't'fack'team' '' trav- )______ :Mike: White a .. can dine in our pleasant atmosphere and en- R
,with a toss of 40-7 1-4. and first with a 106vault. Plenn led'td'" ',.:1Zttsonvlllea Fletcher '+ffit -. 11 of how tropical fish react to joy gracious service at reasonable prices. __ :
the discus throw at 140-0 Onann was second and Belote Relays $Mday to compete .tA iii \ different colored lights. I --:
hiS best effort 50 far this sea- t.hird-both" dt'90.p 1lrie.1iia 14':"welt schools-to of A ( : Ratings of other Bradford I .. A -
SOIa. !. Bradtord's improving high 1rhMh 'w r4Y"mu" AA. entries were all excellent. They I Iwero
Another season best came as Jump corps o1' Ja-J' Wade and\ 'rW Tornado teams placed Jg"" t Larry Turner, 11, medical Buffet
Belote zipped to a': first In the Timmy Murph7"won second in the to\igb'eImpetltion-) ..... I, "; elecLrunlC's: Jerry Williams, 7,1 Try Our Delicious ;:
,
100-yal'd dash with a clocking and third reapeetlvely In their d1sAdd relay team of AndY 3 '. ... .I oS .. study of the telephone: iblchardTot'odo : ,j' --
ot 10.2. He also( won the event Both( reached a-e with MayCon\'Tex\ Patrick Lamat'Clemmons' L 'illikuJIdirq\ tent for extra-scnMry 'per ei t on. 8. study of the electric I .". -
broad-jump, with a leap ot Wade taki11r eOrt(! !( because and Ed Loper corn Ii motor; Carol Bloodworth, 7" SERVE!> l DAILY .. -
of fewer attempts blnec1' sor..44. aggregate. to study of prehistoric man; Kay '
184.First place wins were fairly Jerry LumtJklns was Bolles' finish -'xttt."I'he" pole vault relay .(c... ,EpPII, 8, study of a kaleidoscope. Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet
evenBolles copping eight only doubI6+'ATT1er''a8Tbwsdte tearibCt' Plenb Onann 6:00: p.mm to 9:00: p.m.
events and BItS seven. A ed "' Onand' fbr win 'll 1W both Ron Ottt's. Bill Belote aniTn Ratings were Superior, Excellent -, 11:00 a. m. to 2:00: p. m.
,
strong showing 1n the field the hIgWahd low .hurd. Murphy! also 'f1nl8he meant the margin of events x combined ( There were M entries In the 45Entrees.
total
events with 8 2S Two Hot
'a'1' Gilchrist"
dOOked'at F Fa Fair from Bradford
was 1nns r
for the Tornadoes."We Lumpkins
Ivlctory ,helght"dr 39.8.' :
: and Union .
don't have much depth 15.2 in tM 120ydtaa"114111hurdles i fif1lAlhed 12th In team C M' ,wr ,r Lake. Lafayette ,' j,
said ? with G1ia1flA(' >>S&'I'bet1 +-" Counties \ 'r": :a-
t R In the running events '. ,,- ., ettalMlfta$7s1etthr tbUr"pOtn The StlLte'Sclence F\lir\ Is set Two Vegetables .
'
I for April .16. in Melbourne, Assorted Salads :
t1 BHS NineRorp .,,,1) I I'I'i' ,

POULRf'IUPPLY'\ : Aero Club I tolls Butter e4W

sty Tea Coffee .
I p$13-1 Elects NewOfficer '



COMPftNY Over Union Slate GW\W" ;

t Wally Frdyce( of Keystone ,

Coach Chuck Mason's Brad- e Heights, was elected president I
t. '
NOW OPEC i! ford High Baseball team outscored 1 of the Keystone Aero Club at'',

I an easy 13-1 victory !hike White how tropical fish reset to different odors Its regular meeting Tuesday'I .-
Union County High Saturday In the Keystone lIelghtltI .
lover of light. night
218 E. WASHINGTON ST. March 16, In the season I -

1 opener:;: for both schools .I I I4p
I I Promising sophomore hurler T"dt .. .ri tiY r

COMPLETE SUPPLY OF man Mark Johnny Oraudon Brown and combiner fresh- r na : fI4rt:7t TERWILLEGAR MOtORS: :j

for five no-hit innings to stop .
POULTRY EQWPMERT the Union County nine cold. 4 4 I .
Short atop Dan M1quel scored -

AND MEDICATION losers an on unearned a. walk.run ands for a BHS the t MUSTANGSPECIAL' j
NEW 1968
error. i I .tl,rUttr .
Paul McLeod. Wilbur Wa-
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Complete Line Cumberland tees Charlie smith and Rich ,. '
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Equipment Installed To Your I Williams tor the Tornadoes were the'; each big scor.ina runs- -," ., Lower Than The $ :

, I a pai of runs. Smith and
Specifications Williams notched home runs Big City Prices FROM 23'8' 9
II al7ainst sbakey Union( Counts( I II t ; :

Ditching. I I r axe Balance 01 March
ab r h
I Starke I II :
"ONE" PLAN PROTECTION'I > : Waters, c 2 2 1 2I l t I If Only -- Buy Now
lb 1 1 1 I ,
Hamilton :
11" '
I 2 2 sWiIDams:2b Goes On'' April first '
McLeod If New Sales Tax
for everything i c : And Save -- ,. ..
; 242" :2 :',!:' :
I Smith t'f 2 2Adsms 2 .
I' .
Life Health Home Car "' of 2 0 0 ..
Mercer, sa 2 1 1 1Tahev 1 'f ..
I .3b 1 1 1 1Citiffls 1 .
all through one : rt 1 1 0 t ..

Temple" ,.Ib ct 1 1 0 0 C CNorman 0I I 0 Itkh..r.l. Klrl.lluld'II.t..x HI'Iu-rut"r tn lest .'Ire-IlIaLr I I It : : ..
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1 0 030ne.'I. aslnd motitm .
t r11AN Riherd. Ib 2b 1 0 1 rI 1 ,:aB .. a aF


PLAN Elder:Chasteen, ,c P 110'I 1 1 2 0 0 l' 0 0Rrown 0Graudon. 100 Golfers Seen This \Weekend 4' ., 4 C. w r q '.:.

1 0 0 .
CHECK .
\ a Totals D 24 13 13 Invitation 1 1I ..
Lake Butler ab r h For 2nd Strawberry .
0 0
2
SAVE TIME Stephenson 2b 0, _______ -' --I : ;
1 1 .
(AND MONEY TOO) Mlnuel, ss 1 0 0fra2Pn I A hundred golfers arc expected -I The Invitational Tournament, f -r- .
1adley It 80 and 100 competitors .
with between
CALL 0 on the Starke Golf and _
3n 2 0 week- expectl'.d,Is act atm _
Country ;:tub links this _
0
2 0 ji
V Pe1.he. Ib the Second Annual day and Sunday March 23
for
end
I POWELL 1'\rlllllers. ct. 2 0 0 Invitational Tournament and 2i. Entries are being re'
BILL Strawberry \
2 0 0 I S
I IPhoD" f".PT." rt' craved In both tournaments.
2 0 0 competition III t
Woodley .0 has been rescheduled I The golfing
The tourney
.
96-1-646-1 401 W. Madison StStarke : Totals 14< 1 0 for March 22-21 to the first scheduled all a pl'C- .. .
f'ttarke' 1 101 1 x-13 : with the Greater lImlnal'y to the annual NuttF'Iorlda .h P'n. ,,e. ,
O' 0 0 0-1 ovoid conflict '' Festivauad ft.. :
Florida Lake Butler 1 lckHonvlllc Open at the and 'Slrawbel'ry I' -,' c -c"-
I"ILlr Het "'\ .
aMol'I! County ,
NATIONWIDE ot the month, /LcI'onltng to ill March 27:0:: ;, .. ,\ :
INSURANCE by stArkc 111 Helb }lerres.Txvnty I next wccl n' w. DON"T HAVE 1T one teams lU'e expected The) Invitational Is a 36-holo. i_ / f."t\ :
INSURANCE CO. tournament. Thl'
NATIONWIDE MUtUAL I we'U' lid It. for "youOfflee 10 take part In the Pro- medal play ,,
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE IN URArrE CO. 3nppiles Furniture Equipmtnt. Am Tournament Friday, March I tint round will be played Fri "'''v'N
finsround
NATIONWIDE LIFE SUnANCE CO. Bradford County 22 Entry, fee Is $40 per team. d.1Y, March\ 23. and the 'U
set Saturday Jontry I
returned as 1 Is :
will abe
Te1e"raph AU fees I
home office: Columbus. Ohio prlzC'H. I Ice la $15.Billy Turner, ot Pulntka I I la L ; s \;) tU'tA \. :'

the winner of the 1067 Straw \\ \t\ \
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\ berry Jnvltallnnal Starke's _
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t IJUCI.H) : GOOn I Cl..I" Tt'lwlllegar, two time \\\

I Is H T.hur"", ., 'rl."' Sat.t Clli/.hllmplJn Tournament of the ,local wad: Country second I ,\\ ,, 01t '
FINALLY)
Sprng ere ( I flhl'te! Pro herb Hrl'l'e and \\\
March 21. 22, 2:1I : 'his team of Dr. H. H. Adams, 1' .
I David Coat
Bobby l\fcRae.: and
won the 1967 Pro.Am Tour s /
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;Bargains (alore; On Ann.ua's' Seeds Shrubs Bulbs I, GLASS I _, Julf


tor To Plant : FOR EVERY PURPOSEItlil..rors \ f ,>!f:!r+ ,"taE4:- 1rQ.': JJ!("'$ ..','if.',1r t""*1"4 01<4-- ".,:.. -..:'.''.'\ -.,...' "Z' 1't"'W: n+!>f''MhJl'. I t< ",- y \J(!. .". ..'J 1 ::
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'i Sd soom AZALEAS TREES t : _=t :! '. .: : < O.
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R O E 44c FOR EVERY PURPOSE .iii ;t.1. y iT .. .,I,., i._,..; .

Peace Garnette Peach '. ea. 3.25
Bud and Hoom SHEA'SGLASS
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Eclipse New Yorker Many! .!, t Don't miss this opportunity. Ifyou're
Others -- Pear ca. 3.25I
Many
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Varieties ea. ,I :r
: thinking) of buying any ..
3.25 311-45) ,,
S7 -- ...persiin'n ea. 31-4315 ,
$ N.W. 4th Place
GRO C 1.65 U1J G..h.vlll.INCOME; : tIme this year Remember new /,
Each ORTHO .Figs ea.
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Patend Variety liquid Fertilizer 1 OTHERS 1 sales tax effective April ht.T L uetanp Hardtay '3,7.?

'. Available, at $2.50 ap I Uy't 1.1. ".9. 2ad G.1. TAX

LB ,Valencia Peanuts 16. 29cGroTone
Seed -
SERVICESEE
Ready To I
Red PontiacPlant: Seed Potatoes 7 c Mqtors
erwillegar
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FertiliZer r opiiA' I DUTCH BULBS .. .1

.... Begonia doz. 25c Town Finance .

I Pellets 100 lb. 5.75 0..01.. :, Caladium ea. 25c COMPANY Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union 'Counties :.

Azalea SIbs 79c aaasc.N. dahlia doz. 39c 22G N. Temple Ave. Phone !It) 1.7200 '
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Camelia
Loans III) To $GOO .06((; W. :Madison: Street
69c
doz.
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Rose Special 10 lbs. 1.39 !I'hon 91i1-75t .
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Tllt7RSDAY. MAnCIl 21. 1&681'
BR4DFORf1 roTTNTY TET.rnn\pn.; STARK:. FLORIDA'Elk -

Ft'dlln: / One Pare 3lx ___._ _._ __ -.. .
-- -- 1 IJi-imty Clock ....Hltel1l1l"... DONIiI A.MU OK- of March tan ft. CHARLES It.EH3HED .
fn::1.( ("Mni.iM'ii' heri.iniifter. moro Hiadford 1 Count will Iou upon TO: KIIANCIS I.KVWNWoo I I iq "'fd< I 3-t 41 4-11 In Chumbcru, at Jack- SCOTT JUDO
r 1acfnlf" MAYOR'S COURT portico"' h" I"1 ,diKi, ,rtlii-d. or, to be fur ilurenlHtrntlon" of voters Mrx. D. I evono28fi2 Parkway ... annul!!., Florida/ thin llth day 3-21 6t 4-P.t
..Iff", 1.1) In .,.innv. 'Ihrr,'hY. "...eh..I. al' tln ('I'" Hull In Ijiwtey.lien UauplilnA iHland -.. .t. Iohtr \ -
bt ,. ."il ,in 1I111"'II'I..roroIho .11.-'H Stiire In llaniplnn.Unnii'ii i t.Ff DISTRICT of Flnrlda.
"n .pln
+ Mnyor Carl Htirat dlapoxed ,. and Multlln' Alalinmn :SHU0(1! jlaullapiivhle I DlvUlon. LfiltedtnlP9
: ,I'u 1,. "Ii' ( mitt nl 1"nl'"nIY.( StunIn' Uioolier. i :
y'' ,r, of six: cases in Starke Mayor's Floiiila.. 'In IH| ,> "Hi'i, and .I.luillrlnifin "' 1 MIM","I.V'H Slcn'o" In Now Rlvnr, YOU AUK I IIKKRHV NOTI'a (';,6f \tmerlrn, plaintiff; va. NOTICEThe
for divorce liitween Dum1 RlP. Vnrrlnh. and Irene B.
Court Tuesday night. 1 .nil., i't< xaid, :Stall, lit thn ,hi'twrt" thn huurx" of 8:10:: a.m. Pini Unit milt I
mid, tho 1''o.lnII'' tr.f"nJJlIIJoJ rl It l I. wife. Drfpndantn.No. .
you tPairinfe o'
(C, url 111"""' ,in TallnlmHHpp, Flur- lend I 1,10: p.m. ii n tlin fulluwlnic .
The cases were! : 1.111. on I In. I''ill!' d,+"y..r AprilINIx llall'H" : ;\ / cuX I3VKNK.! : Uuxb 67-fSt, CIv-J. Order of I
.r'n rilwil. iiKHlnnl yon an DnfHnilll.t. !!f1'1''rr1f"by Publication. ThlVfiuxft Federal law does
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Adro Brown disorderly conduct l! ., ut ten" n'l''loi-k A. M. and Vl Iclnv, Miirrll 83.Tui ly AIAIMOKIIO COX cain. to bA. hard upon the new inspection
I HIP of 'H liiy. :Mulvli, Hfl. /
tdniH' I-IIIM: \\liv 1 iirnypi-H> < .
n by disturbing the peace, LiVKNH: : u" I'lnlntlff. In the miMlitn'ot )lttlntlrr for un order,
'. tin I'uwprum' '' Illcil In the ulutvoprm 1"'ld..y.11I1..h: 81.TiiiKtlay !I. not affect the custom slaughter law in
1 t rq fined $6.50 court costa ...?,illnr, ; di'iiild,. ,, uul i ,In1,, Kiantedami April( 2. iiliiivi-... Htyl4-il Court and online tor MvrvlcH hy publication. and Ittapru'drlnfC
I tin l 1.1.. 111",,,I'r In ueHcilhedanil I'Vlfluv, April G. r old. you I urf* rniinlritfl I to fllf* your I .. that 1 thin Action. haft'ttnAilbwuitUit Florida.
,iSe.V!' Harris disorderly conduct Intint ili-rciiKi' -r to lliAmcniliil \ for the. .nforcninaat -
I the ,in,iH'eeil,Inns of the Tin Imokft will hf* npfn I : ; : : ur'ulIl''I': rilcil
HH __of. linn nsalnnt real
I I tin a
by dlHturblngthe penro, t'lilnplaliiiinl' 1> In-U'li.forp" niUeniiuthi'l t I'nlli'1hU11RN 1 hot\v"'**n
t a r ,,,. I Ia ,'iKiiiK IliP IHHIIIIIIPP Iheri'iifatliliili liimrn uf HIU:: can and ran:: p.m.' Ihr-K-l/i/ will Ilio dork of theClrrnlt properly. nltiiate. within the do
We to
fined $6.50 court co<4ts.Marklee and for nrmlfi that are qualified custom
\ .d i and.. i run,, rll'iuiiil, on tln following itiiton 1 : Oouit t 'In Middle UlHtrlct nf Florida: your
Harris disortlcily Suld I l"Hiilall,, ,Inli'il MIIV: I. ThilrHilay. Mnrcli 21.'l'hlll'HllIlY. ril" (''''IIIIY. CoiirllioiiKc, Stnrko.Ploikla. ilrfandant. Irene R. Parrlnh.
and, MTVii n copy thereof be enrved within the slaughtering and processing.
cannot
conduct by disturbing the IIMI' *<. br.u' Interi'Nt" al nut 1 i'xnrililiir Mtinti 2S.ThurHdity "
Hiil'l I'lalntlffii nttorn y, State of Florida that It !I"
April 4. utimi" ;
and imp-half )
1, fiiin" Pup|
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.; fined $6:50: court 'ob. 'I'. n"/I'laM.< 103 North not practicable to her
peace Unrton carve
nlnrlln' April 0.Thxrc
0011 I lUll ( \I\ per, < "enl per" 1111- Y .
Pom OfflL-o Drawer personally and that she has ANYONE HAVING CATTLE OR !r
;!loin lrPnt ;
.ip Stephen A. Cox, driving (nun a IP in ,tile' 'nirKTeNTHte' Prinripul I nil) ho no rrglxtYnllnnxuhrr
,qL. :;: aiiiniiiit:::,, of; "iI.Odii.iioO.,: :; ;:, ': and,: Sntiirtlny, April 6.flonevii I22H UalncHvlllc, n&rliln, on not voluntarily appoaredl herein;
without a license sentencedto thi22nd day of April, I U TO BE
inmiuil InHtnllnientH. FlynnSlIpo"vl"or or heforp It therefore ORDERED as HOGS SLAUGHTEREDFOR
nunnrc I In .. nnd If fall to do eo follows 1. The defendant,
10 in jail. I of Kl ctloni 1'jfis i you :
days In 1 the ,year" 1f1l11! to 1f'1IM.'!i InrliiHlve ,
Default Judgment will be Irene B. Parrlnh shall appearIn
3-21 2t 3-29 u HOME USE
minifullv ileHcrllied
nil < -
voluntary HH
Johnny Johnson for the
taken HKiilnHt you relief thin caune and plead to the
1 In the "CiHiiplnhil" ( filed I'uII'HI
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intoxication sentenced to five nmndor, In the. Amended complaint filed herein on or
in thi', \lnliltH I<, 1I1"rlll'.1.h..I. iv 'ril Fl nncriv cornr OF and thereafter said. before 1B68!> ,In default
7
I Vmplnlnt May ; or
days in jaShEllsworth ... .
.UII U i KIUHTII JiinriiCIIK cuune ulinll proceed Kx Porto.WITNR thereof the Court shall LAVVSON'SCALL
IXI.NK,: 1 \\ii> iiiinicitioii' mralliiluixHii 'i ir. iv AND: FOII IIH\I'
Stout Drantz unlawful : 'I mv: hand and Healor proceed to judgment fn this MARKET
riiolila' i lliiM llllI] I''OHI> I'OI'STV.; ("I1I. ACTIOV.; :/
,nuIJ Court thli 19th day ofMarrh. If Bold defendant hadbeen
Year'Mal or..I cauxe an
of The forfeited bond .
speed ll.IV l"r l II." ll, I'nx.w' 'A8W NO: 240/) ; A. 1) 1908 at Starke, nerved with process- within
37.50.. Mm/ 11'nikrrI'h MAP.JOniK COX 1.BVKNT5. Florida.. the State of Florida. a. This
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: Carter, Jr., Exulted l Kiilrr of Starke Elks Lodge No. "rn'"it .,edge 21 :It 4-4 Plaintiff. hurled A. Darby order be published In a news- H. A. LAWSON 9
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C'lvrk of the circuit Court pap r of general circulationIn
1803, ('ongl'1ltullltt'Varrt"11 \\VVInklc-r who has been rhownns -. I'TIANPIS LEVI NFJ. RlKhth' Judicial Circuit Bradford County, Florida

Starke "Klk.: of The Year." This prl/ed plaque Is vot/'l commission include Clarence .n'rru III.m'i"''i'it.\TIOVNOIICI I MOTICHTN DPI'PndRnt.nnAVnlnn In and For Bradford not less than once each week! 216 E. Washington St. Phone 964-7059
F: County. Florida. for six conHerutlve week prior
by the membership to the Klk who hint performed out
Inman D. Grennwa District 1 seat held by SheJ- F1.URI'DAL'L.ISNIFIEI
1 liig aerl'Ire to bIll lodge and the community
ton Arnold and Royce Shaw
lout year's award winner sxsrr ., t
who Is bidding for 1'e-electlonns 1 ? ,

a District :3 commissioner.

Roberts, a former county u ir dr / 1 ,
/ e
commissioner served moat re d
Union Qualifies 12 ,.
; cently as state representativefrom ro the IS

Union County. 1S \ I
In' addition to the offices)

listed votei'H will also fleet the
3 Races Qevol/ping following: school superintendent

I school hoard( Iiistrlot: 2 I USED VACUUM cleaner: reconditioned -
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Competition developed;( ) ; in;Inn Addison.nelwcomcr to county and 4, and constable, ttiutrlct If you find your name among the Classified Ads, CARL BEGGS $15 up. 10 different 1BACK110E

three races when a dozen politics 3. name brand to chooaa from. M
Gulf ServiceUSED
candidates qualified' Tuesday !in County Commission, District come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Parts excellent repairs all

Lake Butler to get Union 3 Sidney Todd and S. M. PARTS makes. KIRBY BAi 1S> A

County politics off toe fast. Brawn Incumbent Elton Tay ual ADDING electric.MACHINES For :sale Man or FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top Price for Wrecked 0ari| SERVICE 712 N. :Main. Oalnesville -

lor has not qualified. or 376-7110
atal LOffices 24 Hour Wrecker Semce tfchg
to be contested are: Other candidates, all seeking rent. Add subtract credit bal Theatre Passes in.

Tax Assessor Joyce L. re-eJection nice: Circuit ance.- Bradford County Tele i_ -- Fuel Oil STARTINO new classes for

Dukes, deputy in the office of Court Clerk Robert Drlggers, graph.iv .. ... ...... .'. .... .... .. ... our late comers. Tap Ballet

Assessor Marcus Howard whois Sheriff John Whitehead, County '.UI?! :D'V. I '! HASTINGS MATTRESS. AAA S Sen Green Stamp Aero etc. Ph. 964-7098. tfchg

I not seeking re-election; T.. Judge A. L. Drlggers, andSupervisor Tin 1'IIUTI'I' 1'01'n'r 01.> l lI li / & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Hwy. 301 N. Waldo.
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'mi: xMa'UIJI. : IIH'I.\I ( mtiir. Ic. ) AU HATES!I IUp 488.1996LACir
' S. Thomas Jr. of Registration Lot iv .\>.i> KOII iiovtlllNV. : '., ._ ,. .... .....". ..' 710 lemon St. Palatka
Tax Collector Helen) W. tie Lee Archer rl.OKIO. ....' '.....'. to 13 words ____ ." 1.25 JIMMY MOORE'SSUN

Dukes, incumbent and Joseph- Other candidates! for county 08-iJS ( i :CD:: Minimum(! rlmrgr) Furniture Repaired CONWAY ,
f rlc OHOKII TO "IJO'Vt'.l' 'DJ. W Upholstered &: Refinished FLYING: SERVICE!; II, SPORTS
.'\'1) HI I.H ;111"1" V.I .: >
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HTATi) I': rtUAHK 0'!>' KDL'CA- Euvlt word over 15 __ ..07Ktlru MATTRESSES REBUILTNew FLIGHT INSTRUCTION.' Alt'plane DOZERS
MOOKK BOAT FOR -
'I I ION; (01"!' "'I.OIIID.body rentals. Greyhcund Bu .
rnrpnratx." under. H"'llonN 3 and .: rlmi-Kf If nut Innersprings 'Charter, Keep your party together I YOUR: MONKVSlurke DUMP TRUCKS

lltllll.JII IU I ,Hi. ArtlrlK ut .Ilia XII State of of the Florida Con, |paid. In utlvunrn _._ ..K.IK : and Hox SpringsI ; charter: a boa Phone Ph. lSERVICE : MOTOR GRADER

D Complainant. ro|> V. A Curd or Call I 9oa-eo9o. tfchg .: 25 TON CRANE
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TUB STATK: OK vx FLiOniUA I l\It''hrlu'' <*M LINE /z YD.

Hi III,. INSURANCE I 80 bp. Elec. Start Evinrude !
xpondnnla' / ? 7 t'I'III'1 per word BOSS. PEGGY SUALLERZ AT REDUCED KA.TE8:
850-
Only $599.Mereu.
1 To the Ktal. ... of 1'M'ii'Ida tliroiiKhIta E. Adkln St. .
AUTO FIRE BOAT
65 Elec. Start Only $550
Stiilw: Altoineys uf tliu First, bp
.Second Third. Folllth, I Fifth! CAHI: OF THANKS! SIarUI. AgentTYPJSWRITER DOYLE If;. OONNKB

Sixth. ,5'xV..IIIII, KlKlith, Ninth, 1 1I INSURAN AGENCY Ditches
Tvnih, Eli'Venth.: Twelfth. Tlilr 30oriU or lava! 3.00 JOHNSON'S STORE Waldo.' Dug

.H'entli, .Fourteenth ..Fifteenth I{ tlchg Fla.-New and ladies
nearly new Lots Cleared
KiKhtitnlh : M 1i
Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Ku4-h: word over 150._ .07 '
.luilU lulI'lriultH and childrens'
mens
and Nineteenth ,
and, th" wvcnil" pip- i iI PUMPSNEW clothes and shoes very cheap. Fill; Dirt
Nylon Shells .*i ty ownern., taxpayerH' and ttlKenH
I th.Mtuf and (if AlHrliuu, SILVER SANDS LAKE AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE 8tp 3128
r Buy Hriidfonl. Hriwiird" lirowurtl. I
Knit Tops C'ltrUH., Collier. Columbia, I fl1 $2.700 to $3.500 >> FOR SAX.B3 bedroom 2

|i la Ua(1x"lulu.' :, l>XlllhhoroiiKh.uvitl\ :KHcainliln:; JavkHun JllKh-, GA TOn nONE LAKE i Deep & Shallow Wells bath 'Concrete block home in R. E 'Bob'Daley

L. S. Stripe Shirts l>uk.., Lau Luiin.. ;\IIIIIHon. ;MuiiiiI $3,575 to $1.275 Water Softeners & Filters Saratoga Heights. Phone) 964-
Aimloii' ;Munriw, likulonHH' I ? EASY TEKMS 7369 or 964-5859: after S p. m.iinhg.
OranKx; Hnim: Hriicli; : i FlnclliiH, Expert Service On

Print Blouses 1'01 k. 1'111 n"m. Ml. Johnx, .St.I See S. E. McKay All Makes
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I 1.111", lII.r"M"lIo.,111,1.: :.\ 8tl1 : -
1! wunnee.. Taylor VVaHhlnirlou TOOLS ANDLADDERS Keystone;, Height' Phone 964-7061 CAREY'S FLORIDA TRADERS -'.

Jackets | and Votiinlu, non-rvHldenta CiitinlleH.: Florld.i.hu'lnillnif owning{ 473-1710 ur 473.411'52 DURRANCE PUMP : Antiques bought and \

3t I properly, or Mtibjert\ to tuxuthml 1_ "rnonr: 473-4810 AND SUPPLY CO. sold''. Top cash paid for Fine 117 South 3rd St.

Shorts i, IAPlrhl. and' otlieix" havlnir orlalrnlntf RENTALS: Furniture -Glassware. Hwy 17
r< "' any rl hl, tltln or 111l Palatka, Fla.
l.*r"HI 111. 1'.1) lo !br afferlt-d, FOR REfiT FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Day week or month Bradford SPECIAXJZINQ! In sales; of Oreen Cove Springs Blending :

Slacks hy 1 tlu. lrtHuan. .. by tll.> State. I ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom County Telegraph. Phone Real] Estate and in appraisalstor Blvd. Orange Park. tfchg Phone 325-3496
,i knurl, of .. III...."lion of F'lul Idn. (I l'/i! bath. Treated just
964-6:>03. tf estates corporate and Individual -
I of not duiatlon"xr"adlnfr boniln.,rfiYuD0nu0hlghrr arrlrxI () DID YOU KNOW it's: easy to outside of city limits, !In owners. 30 years ex FOR RENT-I bedroom furnished 1

Cullotes I C lierelnofler more particularly own a Longchamp Home Plnebreeze. Easy monthly 3 bedroom home in the coun perience in Florida land mat apartment for couple. TOMATO: PLANTS Hlway 16

..1 I ileHurlbedyor who mny be In anyway Better built for Florida liv terms. Longchamp Const:: Co., try. Priced to sell. ters. A.J.. Thomas Realtor Also 2 bedroom unfurnished ,to A229S, 4 house on right.
af fei'led thereby: Ferrell Hellbrorn
'I The Stole nf Florida) through! ing. Your plans or ours Contact Bufoid Mtchll! 2 bedroom home in the city. Starke. Fla. ''tfchgMAKE house In surburbs. W. H. Noll- Springs.

N'1 ''d.Jl / ''I'the State Attorneys/ of the First Your lot or ours. contact Bu- pone 964-6833 P. O. Box Most sacrifice man. 510 N. Cherry. tfchg ltp ,

SkirtsSEPARATES .Hnuniid. Third 1'0111'110. "Fifth ford Mitchell phona &646853 238 Ktarke. tf."b" 235 acres. Partially Improved. FOR RENTFurnished bach
lxth. Seventh lilnhtli: Ninth TODAY .. SINGER DIAL-O-Di:! ; I Tenth 13lev".nt", Twelfth Thirteenth -, P. O. Box 238. Starke. THANK YOU NOTES-Beautifully REAL ESTATE MOVING DAY! CONSOLE MODEL SEWING 'elor apartment; good neighbor
Fourteenth. Flrt..nlh.IIlxl..tlo.
tfdtg hood, private parking. $50
Seventeenth KlKhtpenth engraved in gold or BUY- SELLTRADE Move Your Insurance machine. Must place in your

I: nntl Nineteenth': Judicliilrirrulix I NRW :MOB1LR HOMES: Chic- .silver $1.25 for box of 23 in- BILL POWELL area. A-1 ,shape. ZIg Zags, month. Rennet Apts., 633 McMahon -
of Haiti h'tate, and the I Business.To"The Phone 964-6279.
I PARTNERS WITH SPRING I I pevoral: : :, property ownerM, tax- kasha 20'( x 21'& wide. BuddyClem 'ludinff enveloped., T. Bradford Real Estate Man From 'Tiakeg buttonholes fancy de- tfchg

I PII'''''. and, rltlzens llicroof' and *)I1.! Layton travel trail (Ponntv Telegraph. tf 404 W. Madiscn St. dlgna, sews on buttons ap ._
r Aliii'liua, lln y. Hrmrnrd Hrcvar I Keystone"GEORGE pliques monograms, etc. Sold
By BOBBIE BROOKS I .1.l Itroward Cltnm, lolller era. Liberty Taylor" Azalea. NO. C03 -FLORIDA FARM! Phone: OIL 96IK4B4WE E. new for over $300. MUSTSAORIFDC'E. Randall DavisSTARLING J'
Columbia' Iade, lliival KNcam- Buy sell, trada. Year bank financlng. .
hla lllghlanda HIII"borough..lackHon. I free set and delivery Xlnt. 80=acre farm; 40 acres BUY used furniture appliances Just pny balance I
.
L.nk, Lee Leon, up improved pasture, 40 wooded LaRUE $63, or assume IS monthly pay '
Mil,,11..0.. ., :Manatee( 1Iarlon.Io.n.: 'I| BUCKEYE TRAILER or anything of value
Warm weather and fun times ahead [ ] : deep wells ments. Will take older machineIn i
ran. Ulcaloona Orange. Palm INC.:-;: 6912 Blending young plne.I.I Dahmers Discount House, 064- INSURANCE AGENCY l
Tleacli Plnellaa folk Putnam IlI-IART. fenced cross fenced Fine 60' Auto Fire trade. Call Credit Manager''
7923. -
go "separately.I Don miss out on St. JohiiH., St. Lui'le, Suraaotn. tfchg barn. Sturdy cement ,block tfchg Homeowners COLLECT, Jacksonville 353- Farm Supply I

the fun in our Sportswear Department Hemlnolo WiiHhinjcton Suwannee and V'oluula Taylotr Coun-, FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration ranch; 7 rms., 4 brms-bath. HOUSE For Rent-4 bedroom .Life & Accident! 1946. anytime. Will deliver no''' '

lion. .'101'1 1.... liicUidlnK -rexl-. obligation. 4tchg 3-28 316 E. Brownlro984.8062
< non ( Service. Home and Oas heat. Panelled L. R. w- furnished or unfurnished. I
it's buzzin'with clothes for dents, owning property or atib- Keystone Heights
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) lent to taxation therein and Commercial. Phone 473-3090 fireplace Ideal location-near Central heat and ah-condl 473-4692 SEVERAL GOOD USED Add FEED FERTILIZER

you others liavlnw or claiming' any P. O. Box 19. Keystone tfcha town schools college. A Fam- tinning Wall to waU carpe. ing Machines for sale electrics I
right title or IntoreM In prop-
ily Man's Farm 33500. 864-7389 4681152.: LAWN SUPPLIES
''''IY to be .affected. l hy the l INxx ; Ph. or ; subtraction credit bal
$4 TO $14 once by tho State Hoard. I of IJduciitlon FOR RENT -- Furnished twobedl'oom Terms. tfchg FOR SALE Live $sit. ance. Bradford County Tele
of Florida u body cor- house Attractive nnd No. 625-20 acre poultry farm.
poiuto under Soctldna. 3 and 19 homey. Good' neighborhood. PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Worms, and fishing: tackle. 24 graph. tf I'
4 bidss. 3 bedroom CBS home. .
of Article XII of the Conittllti- ,
tlon of tho Statv uf Florida" Private fi'Iveway. Adults Ren- On U. S. Hwy 24750. Terms REMINGTON: lightweight hr. service. Lester Prevatt 613 FOR SALE Misc. 7 3-4 yds. i lT5'Er FUItNITUKE

x. rr of Illffhcr Kduciitlon': Bondu, ner Apts., 633 :McMahon.: : Ph. No. 636-Fla. Ret. farm. CBS : good condition. Has balance W. Weldon St. 2tp 3-21 heavy Imported Belgium Linen I!I AND APPLIANCES
SerlcH C, In I the aggregate principal r
/ 061-6279& tf $31, or pay $7 per month.
.. chg home dining attraCtive for draperies $10; 1 Dinette UPHOLSTERING
(f'" amount of nut .xceodlngDon't 3 bedrooms FOR RENT Modern -
1 1t FOR SALE room. 4la miles town. 11500. Phone COLLECT. Jacksonville one bedroom furnished Set with 6 Chairs. $15; 1 Cypress
.1 803: W. CypressSt.
: 353-6901. Will deliver no obli I
knee table $5. llrs.I
lamp
Good terms. Apt. Near BHS. Private drive- FENNELL'SBARGAIN
Aelx ., Starke. 3 bdrim some furniture
r ,. 1 /gation. 4tchg 3-28 Barnhlll, Rt. 1, Box 607 Hl- I
Be carport cypress trim STROUT RBJAl/nT way, Renner Apts., 633 Mc- CENTER
y 2117 N. Temple Ave.. FOR RENT 3 and MaJion. Phone 9646279. way 21. Melrose. Ph. 475-5375. {
rrI r wood Interior. Priced $13,500 room II I'/j' Mi. So. 301 Starke "
P.H.A. financing Call J. H.tcgachern. Starke, Fla. bath furnished cottage. Phone tf chg Itp "

.w.r DECEIVEDBy :\ REALTOR Phone ((904)) 964-6609 964-S337. tfchg If we haven't got it we can James C. HigginbothamfOR

/ 73-4106 I Keystone Heights STEREO CONSOLE get it or It can't be got. Antiques .
Y'4 ; Fla. I FOR RENT Modern furnished RErt"T3- room house
4t 3.28
chg
d Advertised Prices WITH RADIO. Take furniture./ Electric appliances
up pnymenu ,
11M It, I WANTEDI 1 bedroom apartment; bath. 733 Alton Road. Phone
'- 19'41114 1'VA Total cost of contract It FOR SALE One Honda 305 central heat. $43 mo. plus utili orv. 2-month-old, beautiful farm tools plows wag 964-7873. lip

;-.. what you actually puy. Grtthe Dream $2:>0; One S-CO) Honda I ties. No pets. No children. Call stereo console! like new. ons. Deep freeze $43.00. New
.- KKAL FACTS before 4-speed record changer. Balancedue 2 465 each new prehung manor
1w $100. 010 Alton Road Ph. 961- 964-6225. tfchg x WANTED dependable
J- you sign Our payment urn 7737. 2lp 3.21 CASH PAID 368 'or $3 per month. doors. Used' doors screens and couple to work on layer

:ri' from $8 to $15 per month FOR EFFICIENT bookkeepdng PHONE COLLECT", Jackson windows. New bricks 5c each.
I
l 11'1/x with the some down Good Clean Cotton Rags I farm. Ph. 964-5096. Rt. 2 Box ,
: paym No Khakis Wool
monthn. to pwy. fi pvr runt Economics Degree to work or :Mrs. Haddock ,113 S. Court St., Credit Manager. Will deliver, mix $1.25. Bicycles toys.

r d bunk flnanc'liitf. No hiddenchargeM. with the Clay County Neighborhood Scraps. back of Koch's Drug Store. no obligation. A-1 Warehouse, Remember we buy sell or 1964 FALCON for sale $480.

: Ten top nmnufucurcr Service Centers Salary BRING TO Phone 9646557. Central Bookkeeping 1806 Main. St.? Jacksonville. trade. OrlffU Trading Post Oood Condition. Star-Lite Motel -

\- .. represented. $480 per month lor 12 I & Employment Servo Fla. 4tchg 3-28 2 3,4, miles North of Starke on Ph. 964-8840. Itp

.-- a""t" { ? "Aq LOW months. Send application to I Bradford County Ice. tfchg FOR SALE by owner :several 301. Open from 6 a. m. til 9 p. FOR SALE: Piano In fair con

CURB, Urawer 970. Staike. everyday. 2tp :2'28!!'
;- m.
pieces of good used furniture. dltIO Phone. 964-6969. Itp
/ 32091. Thli is an equal Telegraph Palo
; : OVERHEADDoes oPIJ01'-1 HORSE FOR SALE 2 four drawer bedroom dressers -
i tunity employer. 2tcli :i four old HELP WANTED SUMMER
mino mare years head FOR SALE 10" Hammermill

I a ,,,,wst'J 4w + It! Modern Home Ili St.irkiMasomy ;-!' HELP WANTED: I good disposition, very gentle and; foot 1 librarytable board for, 4"1 poster HEAD START- 1 Director 1 $65; 10' Spike tooth drag harrow

r3" tw $150. Call 473-4508 Keystone Social Director 1 Secretary $40: 2 bottom plow 3 pt.
$15.000 PER S'\LES\JAN\ bed; 1 porcelain kitchen sink
with 3 bidrooms, 2 \ ''
t,,,,, The Owners baths terrazzo floor, (:initial ,, POSITION Hts 2tp 3 28 I and metal cabinet complete 4 10 Lunchroom teachers 10 Workers Teacher 1 Aides Cus- hitch $70; 5',v' rolling chopper -
# i $30: 2 row Covington
Ne y .x M' Dad and Brad- lien I and air (rand lure lot You ma be qualified! CanYon FOR SALE German Shepherd with faucets and fittings. Also todian. be

Drive The Trutks.: with fenced back yurd. .. talk to people In the purebred $20 ea. : several windows complete Applications may planters. $20: I. H. C. drag
Office
puppies obtained from the CUBB
t' .tol'-I I disc! harrow $60 I. H. C. disc
;
somethingyou I with and 4 panel I
Starke about glass frames
ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY age or utility[ house area I Phone Keystone 473-4331. Itp I in the old USO Building.
plow $30; table & chairs $12,
I>> tract near scl:"ol. Reasonably' really belive In? Have I doors with frames and 1 2tchg 3128
w
WIDES priced at $10.500 with I' car; over{ 40? All] replies con- WANTED Cook. Apply in screen door. Will sell one or dresser base $7.50. Many other

le1F 8-10-12 fidential. Write A. B. Dlcker- I person at Longhorn Restaurant -i all. For further Information misc. Items. Logan 14;| ml.nouth .
l'/j'; BATHS terms. A. J. Thomas, Realtor LOST. Friday. March 8:
r 328 I Waldo. U. S. 301. Itp
2tchg 964-7679.
.. Tel 964-5701 son PreilJent Southwestern phone Itchg Large blade chlhauhau nam-
AND EXPANDABLES!( I
.. \ Petroleum Corporation 534 N. .
I N. Cherry St part ed Nigger Boy. $10 reward. EUNICE NURSERY
a. FOR SALE OR TRADE OR Texas LOST-On FOR BENTii-fco desriable tenant
Main Fort Worth
St.
:.: S,"+ t ;i iYl LAKE' { GENEVAMOBILE SWAP with small!! dawn payment 76101. German shepherd 2 mo. old '' l6'.x) ; 48'. 2 bedroom Mo Phone 782-3230 782-3737 Lawtey. 782-3200 Fla. lip or Tomato plants Pepper container and Eggplant
white tip
grown.
and tan with
6I Land 789 front ltchg Black 'bUe -Home furnished. Ph. 9647498 -
..... fOOlagl'l Reward. Phone 964- '- '' Banded annuals shrubs fruit
on tall. 3'28
2tchq
.. on Highway 230. 1 [ SPACIOUS C. B. 7 room
: it't -: HOME of Starke city limits. Ph. 9U4- 6782. Itchg : I home. C. H., carport patio 1'1 II trees 2 ml. north of Lawtey
FOR SALE -FIling Cabinets FOR RENT'-'2 bedroom (urnI on 301. Turn at sign Ph. 782-
5211 01 BC4-6128 2tp 3 28 baths city utilities. Exclusive
r SALESOne new. 4-drawer. roller bearings,I FOR SALE-1958 Chev. Pickup Ished' house 310 N Church St. 3465 tfchg

-1 r FOR S.'\LE -1081 C'IPV' 4 dr S4200 each. Call Mr. Ricks I one owner-nice. $400.00.I Ph. DBi-6707. Itchg I section. Phone 964-S388 tfchg
mile S.E. Keystone 4'11' I Ph. 964-8ta4 HP \ WANTEDWaitresses and
sedan $3337: Ph !W4-'il84); 64-hl84. 4tp
I FOR REN'I'-Two bedroom unfurnished cook. Call 782-3542, Dixie
Heights on Route 100. HPKlltllt.lt I FILING CABINETS Type
.. Regular Ping
FILING CABINETS Typewriter I FOR SALE -l house. 308 S. Water Truck Atop Lawtey lip

OPEN SUNDAYSPhone : : SrtMI'S and Stands. Desks. Chairs.I I Pong table with net and paddles St. Itchg writer Stands. Desk, Chain.I
4 _
I Sales Bradford County I A classified ad In the Tele.raph .
.' 473-1320 Phone 964-6137.
County $2000.
Pad!*.- Hrjjfunl oiinty" 7rlr-! lairs Bradford
1 ono WI'lafi.i Ttlrtraph. $ brine result
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.. I"LOIUDA THURSDAY! MARCH 21. 1988 IIEI1l'ION!! 21 1PAfi>NS'TJ '


I Outstanding of 1943 set a goal of $Booo

,"'I2e. fOr the county. Nat 8tertr erE

was chairman of the '1rtve.

MuC. 4 OP A UADW Exhibits Set Others active In the campaign

were: Mrs D. p" Carpenter' ,
qM EODY SAD ,1'ek For Fair Days chairman of the residential:

$ section, and the following

Bobby's Profile Not One Of Courage Dear Mr. Matthews: Among the many outstanding whom she appointed: '1O1C A.
: Last Thursday I
: GET oFj' had to drive t.o town morning about exhibits committed for Z. Adkins, Mrs. L. A. Davis.
showing at the Bradford Mrs. Glen Duke, Mrs..1;; D.
Senator Robert Kennedy's an- 1968. 4:30: a. m. !In order to assist a..
County Fair and Vining and Mrs Sternberg.
nouncement that he will seek his Small wonder that this group, \ lady and her baby to the train Strawberry ...'
:Festival, March C. H.
party's well Americans 'wtla ltrl \ station due to the fact than 27-30. Is a Nasworthy; assisted
presidential nomination at as as at large, are rt; \ first time showing or the Flor- by Jos E. Wilson; solicited
the Democratic National Conven- questioning the Senator's sincerity I she was unable to get a cab
ida Department or Agriculture funds from local buslncslJD1
tion in August is an exercise in concerning his Vietnam views. If : :: --- or pollce.any assistance from the Plant Industry Division exhibit The local effort Is part 01.1125

callous opportunism that will be he thought they were rIght sever- = I which colorfully! depicts million national lund drtveA.r'

hard for even the long-hair liberal al months ago, why did he not understand that It was the activities of the division. ;' -

wing of the party to stomach. then enter the race instead of Just against crew rules [they bad For the first time the Florida With OUr Servicemen of

Obviously disturbed by Sen. waiting for the New Hampshire unless WJptedl to carry anyone Egg' Commission wilt also 1942:
they
were taking them
Eugene McCarthy's inroads on his primary to prove that it was the / to jaU.I exhibit at the Fair Bradford Leon RosenberR', son ot: 1'l',

, peacenik following the politically expedient for him County now ranks 5th In egg and Mrs. Sam Rosenberlr of
thing
, desperate I; live about 8 or 9 miles prodUction In the State. Starke was promoted to the
Bobby, after waiting to see which to do? from town. I have to work, The Florida Beef Council rank of corporal after

way the wind was blowing in New There Is always the possibility, end I also have a bad nervous will also exhibit showing beet In his present company being only ,

Hampshire, decided it was "now of course, that Sen Kennedy 'r.ondltlon. It upset me very production results from Bradford one month. He Is a radio me-

: or never" The strong showing might have misinterpreted the much, but the lady had t.o County This will also be chanic with the 804th SllITIat;, ,

l 'made by Senator McCarthY in New Hampshire results, astute catch the train. the first time the council has Training Regiment all Camp

New Hampshire obviously con- politician though he is. At least In my opinion, I think it shown at the Bradford Fair. Crowder, Mo.Another .

vinced Kennedy that there was an one political writer David ; '1 s{Y. Nr 'would be nice to have a cab Another outstanding exhibit serviceman studying .

outside chance to wrest the nomination Lawrence maintains that the 1 T, h. : on duty at all times, and a1Jtt.Je will be resented by the cross radio Is pre. Charles W.

more consideration from Florida Barge Canal Authority Savage, who had Just coni-
! from President Johnson at New Hampshire vote might not
t\he City PoUce. Since the train In cooperation with ,the pleted the radio operatorll"
the Democratic Convention in have been as strongly anti-John-
: station
't1 ISI1.t .
open at such an Corps or Enilineel's. This exhibit course at Camp LeJeune N.
,
spite ,of the fact that no political son and anti-Vietnam as was first w h. hour, It appears to me to ,be wilt show the progress' C. and was alllligned for advanced

group in this century has been supposed. lIe points out that the very dangerous for a woman, and tell the story or Florida'sBarge study or duty with-

able to I prevent the renominationof President polled approximately ,and I dldn.t see a police officer Canal now under con.structlon. the Fleet Marine Force

an incumbent President by his 26OOgvotes when his name wa.m't! In 1ght. Mitchell Troy Knight of
[ lIOn
the ballot while Senator I also had trouble getting a
own party. even on Mrs Oussle M Knight of

But in reaching his decision, McCarthy had about 23,000 after All prescription rllled on Sunday. Starke, enlisted in the Marine
of
the
Senator Kennedy has demeaned an active campaign and with his drUg stores were Corps and wu at Parris Island

himself by waiting until McCarthy name printed on the ballot Pres- the closed residence after 3 numbers p. m. I several called 25 Years Ago S. C. taking boot traln1ng. .

had tested the political waters in ident Johnson depended on writein 1 times before I could get Arthur H.:Hall, a petty of.
any-
New Hampshire before daring to votes, and it is a fact that many ylti IM+ IsASd 1Tnf"'s one to answer Finally I reached By AlleeeGanq) IceI' first clallll with the Seabees .

take the plunge himself. In a voters simply don't know how to Mr. Crews stationed at Camp Perry,'

further exhibition of unmitigated handle a write-in vote when they Its a shame for the :poor, Bradford near Williamsburg Va. was
County used to home for ten ,
days leave 'wm
gall he then into the booth. hard-working people to have
called on McCarthy get voting advertise itself as the "..Homeor his family "
to get out of the race and throw As for New Hampshire results to have to take time off their the Sweetest Strawberries

his support to Bobby, the wait- showing ,an anti-Vietnam trend, it 1 s Jobs little In business order to attend to a This Side of Heaven," during or Cadet Mr and Marion Mrs.Williams T. S. son

and-watch opportunist. is pointed out that former Vice bVt' k house, as bad all at they the need court-to the 1943 boom days. Starke ]tams, was enrolled! as an avla-WU-:

The coldly 'political quality of President Richard Nixon, on the work. r think the courthouse was the trading and recreational tIon cadet In the Army Mt
the decision Republican side got than center for Camp Bland.inll. Forces
Kennedy is further more should stay open all day on Pre-Flight School for

reflected in the' fact, that only a 84,000 votes, and certainly he is no 1 ll ;+ r p Saturday. I also think It's very Many people throughout Pilots at Maxwell Field, Ala.
the
month and a half ago,. he wan "dove" where Vietnam policy is Important for at least one Country knew Starke be- Pet Clyde Prevatt, eon of,
cause they had
known to believe that he could not concerned. How then, can the doctor to be on duty at the friend or relative some stationed young at Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Prevatt,

possibly win the nomination. He New Hampshire voting be inter- hospital at all times and not the camQ.. Many wives moved was spendnll a Wtek's! furlough

also told intimates that he couldn't preted as demanding a pull-out just on call. I don.t think people here to re with their men with his parents.Pvt. .

possibly make the bid without from Vietnaal ? The Three Horsemen what should be doctored by while they were at camp and John Godwin, son of
the contest Senator Is said on the telephone.I many other Mrs w. F. Godwin, was
splitting the Dempcratic Party By entering think the doctor should people came to !
and automatically electing a Re- Kennedy may be defeating his announced the patient. And It anyone's see the county to open Or work In spending a furlough here He'
was stationed at Fort Meade
publican. More than that, he was purpose. A three-way FARMER'S DIARY doctor should be out of town, service connected businesses Md ,

known to feel that such a party Democratic contest, with two then a telephone number The -- .

split would defeat Democratic doves dividing the anti-Vietnam Spring ill here at last.-- at well Is a means or carrying oft should! be left where he can be Red Cross Fund Drive The following teachers were,

candidates all over the country, vote, could render the renomination least we hope so. The weather some or the flood water. In reached. That's real Import- recommended by the Trustees'

and he shied from assuming responsibility of President Johnson all the turned off mild the air lost that connection, the big argument ant to people nowadays. That Icalty, the conscious as well as and elected by the County

for that more certain. Its Ice-box tang, and in cele- Is over whether the culvel.t is; In: case or an emergency. the unconscious difficulties a- Board of Public InstructIo'
bration the flowers are blooming under the railroad trestle :r tried to :
talk this over with 1943-44.:11""
end of Demo- rise from for the school year
result
nut he results] of And the a the Inter-famU1al
as soon as saw
and the birds are chirping Is adequate to carry ort floodwater someone who I believed could
cratic division could be to hand directly and indirectly from Lawtey Miss Catherine
the New Hampshire primary he or the old which '
merrily. course, from the "run" be of help but to my surprise,
the presidency to() the Republican f those Influences such aschurch Young, Mrs Emma P,. HiR.
was willing to chuck all high- slow-poke pecans are holding drains the lake. he practically shut the door in
and school etc. and! Mrs Blanche Edwards, Mrs
Should this out .
candidate. turn
minded reasoning an l "go fort back before budding out bat my face.t"bope.
lastly the books films he Joyce.Futch, Mrs. EuI\1ce.KeJ.o.
or or.: .
broken for the nomin tion, to be '-'alJ now seems likely:- then-tliey- are '\Oery' contll"Y&I.tlve I The rebuilding or SR-I00 that everybody will she may see' Icy, Mrs. George Roberts. Mrs f
other than Richard M. Nixon and timid about getting through Keystone Heights Is try to be little conllld-
It is interesting to note that his none a more "The last two statements, In Beatrice Futch, L. H. Putch,
announcement failed to evoke the then Senator Kennedy would have caught In a late cold! snap coming along, but we are beginning erate. Money Isn't everything ,particular, support the theory, assistant principal. R. W.

instant shown us a real] exercise in futility to suspect that the and you can.t take It with WOI1 .
sort of ecstatic response By ,,Sam McGarvey : generally accepted among psychologists Moselely was eJected janitor
. contractor Is In league with when die.
\: from the ultra-liberal wing of the -simply shifting a hawkish_Vietnllm The berry plants are responding you Remember, you that those who attempt and Lester Sponholtz, prln"
establishments. ]
that he might have policy from thehands of Pres- to st1nshine and ents or the Idea pointed out car washing lws today and die tomorrow. to deny and suppress clpal.Heilbronn. '
party once The last time we drove and
nobody knows where his
longer hours or and
daylight that the well cost about $2- their sexual
needs for
ident Johnson to tho3e of Mr. Nix- religious Mrs Ann1$.
expected. section or the
that
B'jul will
should be busting out with through go.
501 to Install and that to plug or for moral
of reasons, are more Laurie Morgan: 1st. grade:
Across the country, the nation's on. And Kennedy's prospects growth any day now. But the It up would be a waste of road, our car got splashed In addition to all that, one apt to break down and give Mrs Nevada Palmer 2nd'

youth were caught in a rising tide winning In 1972 would be badly most obvious sign or spring ,18 money. Especially In view of with a coating of J1merock >Cfruastore, at least, should expressions to these needs grade Mrs. Lillie Bridges, 3rd,

of enthusiasm for their new hero, damaged, If not completely de- the nice green patches pf clo- the fact that In times of hurricane "paint and you can be sure stay open 12 hours a day, raven through uncontrollable, anti- and 4th: grades Mrs Muriel
stroyed, if he is saddled with the ver which are showing in that Sam will not venture days a week / ;
Senator McCarthy\ and seemed to up rains, Sampson Lake social behavior than are those Norman, 5tl1 and 6th lITades. '
resent their ex-hero, Sen. Kennedy's responsibility for a Democratic pastures, and giving the hungry can get mlllhtly high and along that road with his shiny There Is much more that t who guiltlessly accept the sex:
ear Ir there Is 80 much as one would like to speak to the Brooker Mrs. Florence I
old something good pro-
cows
belated attempt to get iJ1 defeat in 1968. flood a large section or the ark cloud In sight per authorities about. drive as a healthy, normal Cole, Mrs. Loea Whitten, MJSII
to eat. ;
on the net. Even Bobby's attempt But Senator Kennedy Is ready surrounding area, and the Willie Lee Geiger part or life"However Jeanette Robertson, Mrs. Eva '

the to sacrifice all his principles one feels about S. Oornto Lol11e cren-
, to identify himself with Speaking or pretty sights, P. O. Box: 96 Mrs.
his and the pornography Itself, It Is a mistake shaw and Mrs. Zelphta steele':
peacenik youth movement by promises, even political our pride and JOY these days Starke, Fla to ,
Mr. Hoover
t growing a Beatle haircut, was of party to which he professes allegiance 1B our largest dogwood tree NEWS And ,NOTES states, that assume there, aa Is a casual Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins ''WaS,
the altar of Dear Mr. Matthews elected principal of the Vanderbilt -.
no avaiJ. --on political which Is a mass of white connection between sexuallY

( Kennedy found that he had lost expediency. cpportunism. bloom. We have two other For Today' Homemakers 1By I read with interest your oriented material and sex: Elementary Sehool.
'
t.l most long-hair student support in In doing so, he has failed to smaller ones, which are also editorial or March 7 which Is crimes. Too much evidence exists Miss Edna DUdley was elected! .
. in In bloom, and wish we had a Sue McCain devoted to proving that obscene elementary teacher for Hampton
Martha
colleges across the nation, where present a 'profile eoura2e toward the contrary, and
literature Junior Ugh School
He has failed to show himself dozen more, as they are one of represents a Sincerely,
he was charged with having a.bandoneclideals County Extension Leslie : .
t our favorites of the plant grave and present danger to D. Brown janltorMrs.
and principles in + V avlng theo'qualt\eK' } \ the American world. Home Economies Agent n the survival of America. You Tom Andrew L. A Canova wall employed as
or Georgia
first refusing to be a candidate, people have a fight to expect .. quote J. Edgar Hoover, whose University Athens, 00.. Mrs A. E. Wall's accompan1st.

i and, again, in denying Senator in the man they send to the White Next Wednesday 18 the professional qualltleattona In

, McCarthy\ his aU-out support in House. opening day of the big :Fair FAIR TIME:: small berries by crushing, 81m"merlnll the field of psychology I

and Strawberry Festival and Just think -thla time next with one-half cup ot would seriously question, assaying

I An Example To Follow from what we hear It will be week. and the 1968 BRADFORD sugar, and straining through "Pornography, In all
better than ever A complete COUNTY FAiR will be cheese: cloth. You'll need about its forms, Is one major cause
I'm sure you sweetened juice. fir all sex crimes, sexual aberrations -
In fall swing. 1 or
round of events is schedult'd cup
' The middleaged Negro man cash price, saving the 10 per cent for the ,four days so make have been thinking about the Thicken this with lit!. table- and perversions."

wanted a typewriter. "I got a carrying charge.He plans now to attend as often :FAIR and you have a lot or spoons COl'nstarch, Cook until Existing evidence seems to

boy I want to put to work," he bought according to his as you can and not miss any entries. Be sure to read the sauce Is clear. Add a little butter prove quite the contrary. In

told the cJerk.He means to pay and he didn't pay a of the exciting features of the rules and regulations that apply to give a glazed, brilliant the December Issue or Playboy! !

chose a small Inexpensive high finance charge. It's ales. show. 80 your entries will be eli- look to the sauce. Pour the magazine [which would no

portable costing $49.95. But he son we too often forget in theRe glble' for premiums. sauce over the large berries In doubt come under the axe ofStarke's

, did not ask the usual question of days when credit is widely used Sam has trade In his old There should be plenty or the pie crust. bluenose Citizen'sCommittee hers

modem shoppers, "How and sometimes abused. green VoW which he affectionately Strawberries so you can try In this delicious fresh strawberry on Obscene Literature Ga $ ,

many much Our dollars are worth Jess and called his Puddle your hand with the "Most pie, the large berries are ] a survey undertaken in Op
and how
much down a
Ina 1966 by the New Jersey Committee !
Jess each day.. It takes more of Jumper for a shiny, nearly- unusual use or Strawberries uncooked: 110 there !Is plenty ot Read g ,. h.
?
month for the Right to
Product or the collection :
which looks like a. Baked until serving
new one vitamin C. Chill
At his request the typewriter them to get by than it used to, small fire engine, and which or three strawberries time, then frost the pie with seems to undercut Mr. Hoov- '

was placed on lay-a-way. and we'd do well to spend wiselY. ,he call his "llttle red wagon"This Jam" Jelly. and Preserves whipped cream.COCONUT --er's claim. 'The responses or liiunUton p
he week Inflation has crept upon us, and new one Is alt very And !it you do have strawberries POUND CAKE 200 New Jersey psychiatrists By Lynn of Southern Marine

Faithfully came every threatens to gallop. and wants to fast or a recipe that calls and psychologists revealed the
speedy, go
TROUBLE SIIOOTISG the fuel line and
to a few dollars, sometimes Cream together 2 cups sugar Iy Grasp
pay Most of quick to criticize then discover following statistical breakdown
us are bat out or cream
a you-know- for whipped
as TilE FUEL SYSTEM follow It all the from
$2 or maybe $3, hoping to get the within 1 cup vegetable shortening, of opinion: On the question way
Federal for 1&
the cream
government spending where, but the older Sam gets, there no .
time When outboard motor tank to engine Look for
for Christmas. add 5 eggs, one at a an punctures
in time or whether In their opinion,
undiluted
typewriter than it takes In but the slower he gets, and that beating dIStance, try .
more we beating 2 minutes after each literature gets balky the average owner or breaks Use,eectrtc.! l
Then he lost his job. He didn'tsimply turn right around and do the same goes double. for. his. 'drl1llnll. whole milk.To' start by additional. Add one cup but- sexually prevoked oriented antisocial behavior usually thinks the worst lIe lan's tape as a temporary 80'9lutIon

stop the payments, but thing with our own bank account. do this you termilk, 155 teaspoon baking the voted 16 to 1 that could save himself a lot or but make a note to replace .
In experts
milk a
came in to explain his situation There are many families who Incidentally, the shiny red chllllng evaporated compart- powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 It did not: on the question or needless worry with Just a few the line as soon as poesable. -

said he'd start again when he could not possibly meet their obligations car drew a lot of attentionfrom' bowl in the freezing until can angel flake coconut 1 whether such material might minutes of careful checking, Leaking fuel! Is. a fire
the birds around In the refrigerator
found another job. next month If the pay from our. ment, form around the edg-, teaspoon coconut extract, 2 be beneficial to some readers reports the Evlnrude News' hazard. "
especially
place, a cardinal crystals
Two months went by, then he check were suddenly cut off. that was apparently es. Chill the beater, too. Use cups flour. Mix together and by providing a vicarious out- Service Many or today' fuel tanks

came in to pay $10 one month and We would] do well to follow the very envious. Then, too, a pair two-thirds 'cup unwhlpped bake 1 hour at 351 degrees In let, they voted yes two to Your outboard motol"S fuel are nonpressurizedThey

$11 the next. When he walked out! example of the Jay-away purchaser or towheea alIghted on the evaporated milk Instead of one a. tube pan. one." and fuel supply system are must receive a supply of air
to "little small vent the
especially through a on
after making that last payment cited here. In making purchases, ground near a wheel and had cup or unwhlpped milk. To ICING OR GLAZE Allked whether censorship prone "
things going wronll. The next top of the tank. Make pure
the typewriter belonged to him. it might pay to find out more next a rlt. The male saw his reflection whip evaporated milk for a Mix together in a.. saucepan itself 1& harmful, they voted start
time your engine won't this Is open and that nothing
In the chill halt a -one-halt water, 1 cup two to one that It Is. Some
dessert topping cup
had paid off. time than 'how much down and chrome-pl&ted
ms patience along comments or the New Jersey Idles roughly or quits, look for IS resting on top of it.>,
hub-cap and proceeded to do ot evaporated milk, rugar 1 teaspoon Coconut ex-
lie got the typewriter for the how much a month. cup and psychologists the obvloas. With the aid or Before fuel goon ,nto, the
battle with what he thotlllht with bowl and beater Whip tract, boil for 1 minute, POut'over psychiatrists
A your owner's manual and this carburetor; it passes through
'untU it's stiff. cake. polled are t11umlnattng.
was an Intruder, while his chilled milk warm
lemon clinical psychologist specializing checklist prepared by the a filter in the fuel bowl on
mate chirped encouragemel1t. Add one tablespoon
oRID4 Juice and continue beating l.1RD OF THANKS In children and adolescents Evlnrude Service Department the enlrlne. The filter can be-
The Bradford County Telegraph the you could solve the problem come clogged with de-
have for gummy
Blend wrote: 'I
Sam was amused! by the incident until milk Sa very aUft. 'l'e.foull hours during my recent -
ESTABLISHED 1879 right on the spot. It Sa but
Replacing best
extensively posits.
1 12 worked
but he made a mental in hal a cup or granulated orconfectioner's illness and hospltal1za.tJon'were PMt years
This may sound too simple not always possible especially
half with adolescentsemo-
note to drive the Uttte sugar and brIghtened immeasurable
never
MFMBEA E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher This' tionally disturbed, delinquents bu the first thing to check is If you are stranded miles off
red wagon out in a pasture a teapsoon van1lla. by the many acts! oo KUldI1ASII!
0 0 y Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnouel with a bull In It, as long with makes 155 cUPS whipped top- by friends and loved ones. For brain injured-the whole the fuel tank Is it empty? shore. Give It a. temporary

c t9as Under The Same Masthead. being a prudent driver he 1s ping. The foam Sa stable for the ,beautiful flowers, visits and range. I have yet to encounter You'd be surprised how much cleaning Job along with: the

grroN by no means a toreador 45 minutes to one hour It refrigerated. cards: my heartfelt 'thankl. a single case where harm was "troubleshooting"' never gets bowl Itself '

Why not try straw- Mrs. Eugene Garber done to a child because he beyond this point Chances are that somewhere
each and entered as Second Gass Matter at the Poet OHleeat Are the fuel lines pinched
Published Thursday According to reports the berry pie? 1tp! was readIng pornographic material. along the line you.U find the
Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. project or fixing up the drain- STRAWBERRY PiE 'Another clinical PSychiatrist or restricted? Make sure all problem and correct 11:11 not,

Lake 18 already baked a- had this to say: 'In connections are attached both now's the time to call a'qualified -
well at Sampson Fill a flaky
Subscription In trade area 1 year, $4.50; a months, $2.50 age RUBBER STAMPS: and the literature at the tank and at the engine.
well under way, and It seems inch pie crust or tart sheIla clinical) practice mechanic He bar the
Outside trade area: 1 $5.00; 6 months $2,75 Pads.- Bradford County Telegraph. the device to
year Work
lkely that the welt will not be with large ripe stl'awberrles. read has nothing to do with coupler know-bow and the tools to do

upped as suiiested. Oppon- Make a sauce from 1 cuP I'll. 96-1-6305. a._ the emotional difficulty Bas- make sure fuel can pass .tree- expert trouble-shooting.. ....JD1ADFGDD



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TIIT-DAY, MARCII 21,1968
BRADFORD COttNTT FLORtDA
TBUEUI'APn. RTAKRB.
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Two Pace Two _
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P o. Box 70, Starke Fla., Bole
"" "" ,, "" .... Expert: rating Is the highest he studied seamanship, as well Student Tickets day. Mrs. Green, (Mrs. Olsen Needed All of raid property being" In of publication of thin of notice Jlin.inMnore'H the)'I .
i "T"!"""""" l' """" Books In the County of Bradford, /Stateof : ric-tltlo-uii name Wi"afe mark a soldier can achieve on as survival techniques, military and Mr. Austin are sisters. Florida Sun Sport, "nh'r'hl"h at21JamesCT. A.D. 1888 at Starke,
subjects. Good For Rides Clarence Rosier of Palatka Unless such" certificate or cer- 1 am .nll'.1 In bunlneiw Bradford County Florida.
his qualification test. drill, and other ., Florida.
weapons ForSo/e tlrirutoB shall be redeemed according St., Starke s.n
4t
NEWS ABOUT was :visiting Mr.. and.MT" Nelson St.,, 221NOTICE
Howard Is a supply specialist\ All Through Fair' /? to law the property Moore. Parker -
with the 2nd Armored Division Airman Charles M. [Mixel Prjvett the first of the Inscribed In Much certificate or P. O. Box 70 Starke, Pla., Bole 1NTBNT1O11 TO
Of
rnrtlflcate, will be sold to the
week. own..r.
His wife, Bonita. lives In Devrlck son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, President AfThefalrMrs. ; highest bidder at the court house Dated thl. Zflth day of FM- IlEUJI.'I'a.R.: JrIC''' !J1IO&I..Ii1.> .
.SERVICE MENHoward -, Kllleen, Texas. Denver R. Devrlck of Starke. of the. Bradford County'"IJr Visiting Mivand Mrs. Pierce door on ..tbe..flrat..Munday'.In. ..rua.."., A.*>. 1 I96*" f .Stnrhe, Notice Is hereby under given the that.
Crews wore her brother W; S.' Month of April, <9flS, which In Bradford County FloridaKOTIfF / the undersigned provisions
Is serving as a computer (Operator Association, has announced! Saturday Jerome Johns, chair- the lit day of April. 1068. 2-29 4t 3-21 of Section -886.00, Flo..lda' -
River
*,of Dothan, Ala. on -
.. Seaman Apprentice Leroy In the 437th Military Airlift that all amusement ride tic- man of the Friends of the Library Dated this. 20th day of February StatuteB., 190D. will register
& .A& ,.Mr.' and (Mrs. C. D. Sellers TOIIKUIMTKH Cleric l of the Circuit'
..., IMAAaAAA 1968.Charlei. INTKVTIOV with the
Thomas Jr., aon of :Mr and at Charleston S. C. advanced sales In that the an- ) OF
peelaUst I : Wing kets sold as of Adburnd&le( for the announces A. Darby : !' FICTITIOl'S MA***' County, In and for Bradford
Asp ,.J '5 Howard Mrs. Leroy Thomas of ptarke, a unit that has earned the U. Bradford! County Schools will weekend./Mr. and Mrs. D. L.: nual book: sale will be held in Clerk of Circuit Court of Notice 18 hereby given that County Florida upon receipt ot
AIvIyara..,Jr.,,whose par- Outstanding Unit Bradford County, Florida undemlimod, under the pro- proof -publication of this notice
recently graduated from nine S. Air Force be honored by the midway Shauir 0 Sunday, and their son, the Bradford County Fair 3-7 4t 8-23 the 86G.1I9. FloridaHtalutei the fictitious name of
ents.JW on Route, Stark. weeks of basic training at the Award. concessionaire all four days of W. Sr Crews, of Jacksonville, Booth this year. Beta Sigma vlNlona of, 1985 Hei-tlon/ will rfglnter with Stan'B Bootery, under which ware .
fret; JeXifert with>th .45 cali Great Lakes .. I Illinois], Naval The unit was cited for distinguished -. the Fair rather than children's Bpe 'Friday with them. Phi sorority will assist the MOTIff! OF l\TRVrio: TO the Clerk, of th.. Circuit ruurt.|' muted! Street In Stark business Fbrkla.r.i at 101
County. Call
bre ptetolat, ,..Fort Hood Texas. Training Center, While there service In developing ,, day only. Mrs. Tommy Barnes andMtsv Friends with this project. +j APPLY FOB FICTITIOUS' NAME In cud for Bradford receipt of proof E.Stanley Mathis. an responsible organization books,I Notice !18 hereby given that Florida upon. \ notice, the MathlB, 164 N; W.' 14tU'-AV.;
'" I. a highly Forty thousand ride tickets Lee) R, Green visited the I Anyone having the under.lfrn\ <* which maintained have'' been distributed through IBldaey Harris family in Max- paperbacks, magazines, or I j vmlni of "Rxctlon, S61i.09. Florida flctltloim mime which nr 1 am en- Dated this,2flth day. ,of Feb
:SALE OH NURSERY I vital airlift routes essential to the schools. vllle} the first of the.week. Mr.' phonograph records to donate f Statutes, IVOR, will register with SaleB under In bUBlnenn. at 213 W. Bradford. County,Florida rke.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
the United States' overseas Bradford County $choulswill fid Mrs. E. J. Raulerson visited for the sale may call 964-6400 I In and for Bradford County tt Bison.. St., Sturke. Florida.Parker St.I, '.29 '4t 1.21
EGq) STOCK NOW'', commitment to the free nations be closed all day ,Friday., her brother Willard Can- for pick-up service or take Florida, upon receipt 'of' proof James T. Moore ==-,"

: of the world, March 29. This !Is'a regularly) non, la the County Hospital inJacksonvlUe the books to the library. I

.&: ?1t. CANSAZALEAS Airman Devrlck Is a graduate scheduled teacher plannlr k on, Sunday.i t. Books will be on sale at
34 of Bradford High School, day which makeslift sal e Mrs George Snyder. Mrs. prices ranging from one cent

A\\ ea $2 50EXTRA" His wife, Jo Ann Is the I for all school chlldriri/t to t Carl Orlffls, -Mrs. Robert Nor- to $1. I

daughter of Mrs. Kin Carver the Fair. /, man and Mrs. M. MJordan Proceeds: will go to benefit IMPORTANINO 1 ,

: LARGE' LB. CANS' 3' 4' of Route 2, Palatka. I II Friday March 29, ifc alXb the meeting attended'at the Fernandlna District Beachon PTA the library. !
day of the Straw /Queen STORY HOUR
AZALEAS
ea. $300 I April 1 Deadline Beauty Pageant whlhis spon- Lawtey March 14.Jr,, High PTA will AT THE LIBRARY"The

)I sored by the Star / omen's booth Day the Cow Sneezed"will

GJl;;' Can Azaleas] &, I Set For SomeMedicare Club. Eliminations a/e held In at sponsor the'Sadie the Hawkins fish pond Day Car- be the theme for Story ?
SO'c.;
7Sc .Claims] the afternoon wlW' the finals nival to ,be held at the recreation Hour this Thursday afternoonat
4 I Friday evening.. center (Old Armory) In the Public Library from T I ( E

Q :; .Can Azaleas] 4',rfor $1,0{) \ April 1 is the deadline for Starke on Saturday, March 23. 3:3fcto: ( 4:15.: Mrs.Storyteller.Philip AU W. : .
claiming medical Insurance Flower Show Mr. and ;Mrs. Robert Henson Clark will be .
I 'ayments' under medicare for and family of Jacksonville were children: ages 6 through 9 are ,
Gf .CANS, I services received'' during July. Will Be Held] dinner guests of Mr. and Mr invited.

LlUSTRUM ea. August and 'September 1966. At County FairMrs. Albert aappenfield.... Saturdayevening M1
75cVIRBiNUM
'
According toRalph Fontana ? MAGIC MARKERS, all colon. BRADFORD COUNTY ''i
I ? social security field representative Lonnie Fullwood, .
nA'r; C 'Ns .-At The Telegraph.
In Starke, anyone chairman of the Starke Garden '''''''''' T ;''''Y''''.''''''.''''.
who had the "doctor-bill" partof Club Flower Show com- -
ea. i OWNERS e'
75 I medicare during that period mittee, has announced that Bavless Hiwav' Notlrc Of AppHnatliMi Fur Tax PROPERTY : i
Deed
and who had medical bills .
Annual Flower Show
the 1968 Sun. 1//4.1(I. F. H.Notlce .- ,
.- I amounting, to more than $50 .of the area will be held for ( In Jlernby Given that I
a' THOUSANDS OF. Bjr Mrt.'O. E. Cr'osby'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk'' holder of ,
during the entire last six the first time In Garden Club Mn' Willie Brown the

: PLANTS FOR LANDSCAPING 'months of 1966 may be eligiblefor history as a part of the &Annual I fllml the Bald following certificates'certificates' for a ha.tax Approximately 130 ,Home 'Owners9)i, ) ... .u
some medicare payment if Bradford County Fair deed to he tunned thereon. The ,
everyone.It number and yearn of
Happy Springtime cvrtlflcato

SHADE.. TREES FRUIT 'TREES It'has*. not already been claimed and March 2730.Strawberry Festival"' seems SO'' nice to see the) Ixnnanctt property, the and description tha names of the In Homestead Last Year/ : I

Medicare claims for services The theme of the show Will] beautiful sunshine out these follows which It wan u.."e..d are an Received Exemption
'
very
days. The farmers are
.PLENTY rendered between October be "Flowers Certificate No. 137. Year of I
,OF NICE RED BUD AND DOG WOODS at a Strawberry '
busy getting their farms ready .
1963 and-September 1987 may Festival," j for planting the spring crops. Issuance. 1)69.Description of Property No. Have Not Renewed Their Exempti Forr:

iI : : 'be made through December 31. The show will be set pp In Dinner guests of Mr. and 4916.,. Lot 2 of BLK. S In Lincoln : J
1968. The April 1 deadline applies Clt
$1:25$500 renderedin three divisions: Artistic De- Mrs.L. A. Crosby Sunday were, Name In which assessed Irene
to
only services
J3'1i4' i sign Horticulture/ >(for all Mr. and Mrs.Irvin Hurtle and ISleraon et al.
July August!' ; and September 1968.
f- County residents! aBd Junior sons and Leland Castle of ;

,:....- Fontana 1966. emphasized that Gardeners I school children; of Utica, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. ,,,tr

'};r;:.. SEE, TtJESE''nIAOOMINGGRAFTED medicare claims may be made the Fair county] / Novak Lavon Crosby of Brunswick. STARKEBUSINESS
Manager/Pete Bill Taylor
even If the bills for services Oa., Mr. and Mrs. Mailed"To'; ;
Second. Notices Have Been
not been said, "we are pleased! to have and children of Gainesville., :
AND ON OWN ROOT have Vet paid. this event scheduled as a part Broadwell
: and Freddie

CAMELLIAS' Over 800 Varieties Anyone'In needs' assistance the Starke in applying areawho of Mrs.our Annual Fullwooh County reported Fair.that" Randy of the Jacksonville.Crosbys Sunday Other guestsof were Those Who Have Not t Renewed Their-Home-:4 I.;;,

?!.Jn'T OVER 60 VARIETIES OF'NICE for medicare benefits may rules for the Show are Included and daughterinlaw DIRECTORYAUTO .
!get in touch with the'social their son I

b.n. .."ROSES 5 Gal. Cans security representative. fie is let,in copies the Annual of which Fair are Book-available Mr. and Mrs. CharlesCrosby" Remind :li
and of Ocala. As A
? CITRUS TREES. r In Friday Starke morning-each Monday and Is located and by contacting the Brad- Mr. and Mrs.son Lois Newmans SERVICE stead Exemption For 1968 i
ford County Agriculture Cen-
'S -These. Plants and Trees To Appreciate Quality I downstairs the Old Agriculture ter of the Chamber of Com- were visiting their son-in-law I

: ijCARNES:; NURSERY'' Bul1dl g. merce In Starke.LAWTEY. Vernon and daughter.Taylor In Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Gilbert S. Brown er That This Notice Must Be Returned To.

I ..... Sunday.Mr. Standard 011 Service Station v
IF WE.. DON'T HAVE IT !n..w..vm .m and Mrs. Loyd Padgett ATLAS
23 Mlles East of,Starke at Florahome we'll !get 1& 'for you. Office and Kenneth Cecil Padgett! TIRES St BATTERIES Us By'' April First :

11 Highway 100 Supplies Furniture, Equip- ; and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Budget Terms-Road Service ..

-.. PHONE 659.2165 ment., -, Bradford County man were supper guests of Phone 064-7071'
I Telegraph. By ElIza Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman. 107 N. Temple Atar1HURST'S -*
I Saturday night. Thanks i
... _.., ,_ .. .. ,
Ll. -___ "_;_< -= .r : ; &&&&&&&.. &.&...&&AAA( Mrs. Marie Elixson and

CHURCH ACTIVITIES I I Mrs. Bobby Crosby and son of

iKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.LY : Grace Methodist: Sunday Gainesville were visiting Mr. SHELL GENE LON G .

School.: 9:45: : a.m., Worship 11 Sunday.and Mrs. Kenneth Eilxson ?,, Service-Station -

a.m.First Oa Oils Lubrication
-
Baptist: Sunday School Mrs. Freddie Watterson and
Goodyear Tire & Batteries Tax Assessor
\ ales,-& Service MOTORCYCLES PLUMBING,'SUPPLIES 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and Mrs. Doris Wood were in ROAD SERVICE
7:30: p.m., Training Union 8:30: Jacksonville Monday.
Srtl and 100 Stark
-
p.m. Midweek meetings Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp .
L-A N D Triumph CARTER'S 7:30: p.m. visited their son and daugh

-ROVER Of Trading Post Church of God: Sunday ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
JacksonvilleTAMAIIA ]) School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. Sapp and family In Jacksonville -
and 6:30: ( YPE Wednesday
The World's Finest In. :: TRIUMPH Bathrooms, Sinks, Cabinet p.m. Saturday
4 Wheel 1 Drives 7:30 p.m. Prayer services Friday Mr. and Mrs. Homer
60oo To 650ro Soil Pipes, Water Pipes 7:30 .
1 Sold and Serviced! by Sales Parts Service Fittings Commodes- : 'P.m.Highland Stearns of Tavares spent last
Roberta? Chevrolet( Used Motorcycles In Stock Baptist: Sunday weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T.
I r. Green- Cove* Springs, 3033 4228 Phillips Hwy U. 8. I S. Lavatories School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 N. Norman and'' other rela-
261-98\10' Jacksonville 859-7245! "The Beat for. Less"Top a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m. Choir practice

.Jacksonville..... .,:.... .. _- of Hill Hwy tlMlddlebnrg 6:30: ( p.m. Prayer services tives.Mrs.. Pat Dickens returnedto n
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.
her home last week after a ,
Mrs. Jan.ett Hamilton of .f!
Parrish Motors MOTORCYCLES Phone 282.5108'SALES Wlngdale, N.Y. U visiting Mr. two week visit with relatives
"
and Mrs. Vernon Olin. In Maryland.Mrs. .

On Friday evening the young Beverly Spence of
'
.SEJIVICE, HO N D AMOTORCYCLES PIANOS people' of Highland Baptist Jacksonville was dinner guestof F1 r, wj

'V.t TAz Church, gathered at the homeof her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

,'. ALL, MODELS (Mrs. John Brown supposedly O. E. Crosby and her grand-
nr For Musical Advice for choir practice as usual, mother, Mrs. J. L. Johns Sun- !
*" 32 Years. AJ A Dealer Merchants Green Stamp C. CARTER 'NICEestablished but really it was a surprise ,

Always Good Used Cars Open 8 A.M. 1 P.M. birthday party for :Mrs. Brown. day.We are sorry to hear about

>; 21 -Laura St o.'. Jacksonville Tues., Wed.. Th
.. .Phals 8158-56:54: Open SatA.M.. 8 PM bi6U.h and a season of entertainment We wish him a speedy recov-
Closed Sunday & Monday ili.. "'),>-' ;:( .. ref!ullmentsWere/ ery. I!'
served to more than 50 guests
BEAUTY ACADEMY MOTORS A CYCLES 1948 Mr.' and Mrs. Thompson of

4949& Blaadlng Blvd. Chlcketing and Other Jacksonville spent Sunday with SENIOR
Jacksonville 771-8244 her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
Name Brand Pianos
yl AmericanB'Uairstyling F. Moore. !Mr. and Mrs. 'S. D. CITIZENS
KIMBALL "SWINGER" Andrews and children of Wildwood .
; MUSIC ORGANS were Thursday visitors of NEWSAt 4
SHEET MUSIC the Moores. Impal Sport Coup (foreground), Door SoJuu, SUIloB Wlgon'

-- Roosevelt Mall Bill Powell,'who Is employedwith our) last meeting, final

Acacjemy Paulus 2691 Park Jaek onvlUeS83-831t a construction company arrangements were made for Announcing the, beginning;
Music Co.
21 W. MONROEJACIisONI'ILLE in Vietnam, I* spending. 30- our participation In the Brad- ,

285-9391: ** Band Gibson&Guitars String&Instruments; Amplifier SEWING CENTER John day the home leave Brown.Mr with of. her Mrs.mother Powell, :Mrs at 27.ford berry County Festival Fair, starting and Straw-March of the end of a great' sale .I .' "


\, Mb ; and Mrs. !Ray Dorman This year, the Senior Citi .
: School Supplies-Instruction H. & N. and sons of Jacksonville were -
zens' booth will be sponsoredby March' '. i .1.dealer's .
31 is
J.1 RIY4rSl e weekend visitors of Mr. Durman's st the last day of your Chevrolet ( "-
Roberts Recorders SEWING CENTER and staler' the Fun Zone Midway Mer- ,to
brother-in-law ,
V8
Impala Sale. So
Hairstyling] chants Group and we thank Hurry.
Musio Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.

1 Academy Repair LLbrary-Exptort Department 1968 Smgerfl Mr. and Mrs. William Barber of them-,.sideratkjn.We for recognition. and con- With the sale about to end and spring juards, color-keyed floor mats front an'drear '

41 W. Monroe St. Like ,New Macclenny speptr)Sunday 'with ?! about to begin, there could hardly be a bumper guards front and rear on \1! .
:- PARK ST. the Reddish's.Mrs. ..* expect to have a good
JACKSONVILLE. 84-8337 Jacksonville( 333-8447 Console Model makes fancy designs DorothY''White was visiting showiozuofv* handicraft and better time to buy America's most popucoupes and sedans, front bumper guards..< "' :'s''! !' '( ; ,
J" 3310: Beach Blvd. stitches lar car. on station wagons). '. -.cI'fe -
monograms
her mother-in-law, Mrs. hobbies-.t'o present to the publIc '
-Accredited fackBonvlIlf 898-3091 overcasts, sew on buttons, Mary White, ,.JniCrescent\ City ,\Onet( ,concern is that the Today through the 31st you can still PACKAGE NUMBER 1 HASt v {" _'"J
.i.'I Qjfal' ,\fled Instructors make button holes & blind this week. mango/ members who are ill buy a new Chevrolet Impala V8 Sport The big Chevrolet 327-cublc-lnch 275- r .:frA.-tZ!

Mbdera.Styling MATERNITY WEAR stitches. No attachments Mr. and Mrs. V. :.*..Stariingand may..; >tvtre/ well enough to Coupe, 4-Door Sedan, or an Impala horsepower VS engine plus Powerglide 'V7 wtjt; :.' -
:7Monthly Classes Demonstrators $48 or $8 per family. Mp. and Mrs. Frank join. In with their exhibits. Wagon-specially equipped with popular Automatic Transmission.

"Wliera. !O I'I'\W'S!! \ stylists mo. Call Jax 771-1830 Cruce and family.vthe Robert All.club.inembers are notl-! equipment-at sale savings. 2 .f.,. "75.Ba ;.*-?.
:are trained" Carltona,'; and.. :1ir4. Tommy fled to-bring their displays to What's" more, three additional popular PACKAGE NUMBER 2 HASi '... F .' p' ,'

we"1 --. Ltlnzy and baby enjoyed a fam- the i recreation: center at our packages of equipment are also available Power steering and power brakes. ........ fat

II WESTERN STORE 11 picnic 'at Samson Lake'during next ,. meeting on March 26, sale savings. The more .you add, the PACKAGE NUMBER 3 HASi ,
E tECIiyC,MOTORS the 'weekend.Mr. 1:30: .p..m. Gene Rayturn and more you save. Power steering,.power disc brakes; and .
and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright Randall Davis will help trans- AT SALE SAVINGS EVERY SALE CAR HAS the Comfortilt, steering wheel which ad- ::

.' Pea> vy Brothers / LITTLE DUDE l''of.' Katon>)Park and of, port our entries to 'the Civil Whitewall tires, front fender lights, appearance justs to individual driver preferences. ,
Louie Watnwrlght'Ur.1
f G > visitedlMl'.l and Defense ;Building .on Tuesday guard group (includes door-edge It could be. a great summer. .e
Western Store Tallahassee :
Electric Co.
afternoon so that we will be
JacksonvUle'B" Most Complete Mrs. HI1 C. Watawtlght-'over ready for the official opening GM Be Chevrolet dealer's. .. ,
smart. at. '
sure. Buy now your ,
j : JELECTBieMOTORS!: You'll Find Everything the weekend.Mr. I I "y 4 r .*- e
; to-i3o"Where
Shop for Mother of the Fair Wednesday
Prl- on ...
and Mrs. :Melson .
8cld-Serviced--Repalred For the Horse
.morning. = Ask Chevrolet dealer about his Golden i '. '
.Get. DZtore-Starters JUDY'S Enthusiast"Western vett vett,and..on!MtJ and,-Kevin Mrs. GeorgeTPrl, ..and.Mrs.Charlie : .. Club members will be in attendance _._......n..._,._ .. .. .your... ...._......................... ...............-....... .Anniversary.... ......... ....Truck.-.n.u.Sale. ._._.__..._. ..

.4. is41teratlons., Clothing Leather..Azui ,B wen ,were visitingIn '. : tt our booth and
Saddles and Trailers
IrMATERNALANE goods Jacksonville on Sunday.. ,. ,wlll .ancwer,any questions to
Charles& Sharon
4 tenot Ave. 903 -Edgewood Petty Ave. Mrs.,iFloyd\ Futob..and children "all-Interested in our activities BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC.u.
J.ehaf. .;t;v AA1.2UI' 1007 Park. at 5 Points "....klWlnvlll 884-1210 Mr, LR..,'Green, and .'or future membershIP. It'* a ( .
n .. JacksonvUto .EL5-5O15 Mrs. Clara Olson' were.vlattktg; good place And time to get ac- '

Mrs. Jennie Austin' and John quainted. 1 S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964-7500 STARKE FLA.SeJlon ::

I I TL.r Wllklson In Cl y-llill,.Qn.Sun -Joseph Kerrigan. '_ ,. -

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21, 1968 II'ftADJI'OItD' m11N'l"l" 'I'IIL"OItA.'PR.! RT"RKm. rwwm Sectll.n Twit Pare, Thrpe ..
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Henry V. Howard Icy Lake Cemetery with DeWitt Raisdale officiating. Inter- MADISON STREET

". C, Jones In charge of arranaements. ment was under direction of BAPTIST CHURCH
Servj5F "Held .. ,j.\\. "
.
DeWitt C. .Jones Funeral Sunday, March 24 .sundaySGhool j.s..
At Dk1emetYKaIT3P Mr.rAomae-wa..bol'n: ..1..... 'lIontel' 9::45 a. m. Morning :
uary 8, 1938 In Baker County Worship at 11. Youth Choir

V. Howard, 6a. of and had lived most of his life Revival Services Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth 4

starke tied saturday monma in the LawteyS4rke area..He Cl1olr'Supper: ;'5::4 : TMIrIInIt

In I local hospital after an I was an employ e of the county AtICliurch' Of God Union. 6U.: WMU Prayer Circle '-

extended lllness.H road departmel\t.\ Starting Friday 7:15.: Evening Worsh\Po\ .
was born In Johnston, S. Surviving are his wife, Sue '1:30.: j

C. on February 24. 1900, and Witcher Thomas: lone aulh.ter Rev1 1A"\ Jw.wHl'bea1n, Monday YWA meetlna.

was a retired grocery store Carolyn S. Thom: and ''Frf'ay,:! .nfQ'ht;.. i4-ich, 22, at 1:30: p.m.

manager. He had been a resi- one son, Donald W. XhOtna'all the Church"pf$ Ood''4i2 N. St. Wednesday '- Prayer"Meet- I ..J

dent of Starke for the Past of Lawtey-: his parents; ;Mr, Clair;' St and'' contlnu&l each Ing. '1:30: p.- m. Church Bust- U

eight years comlng: here from and Mrs. D. B. Ulck: ] !mont.. nigMI ,at.'l'30! tIitouJl1 Sun- ness Conference 8. Churc BAYLESS hIGHWAY RAIPORO" BAPTIST N'ORTlismE' BAPTIST' GRAIIA\: BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST ,

Lake Butler.survMng. as; one brother DOrIaTd'' J. day,'March'.SI. Choir Practice; 8:30.: I CHURCH ,
BAPTIST CJRJRCmBundaI' CHUE1CUSchedu1 ChURCH CnURCII
Is his widow Thomas, of Wildwood 11.1'11a.. : Thursday Sunbeams and :: I
The 11l be Rev.
sister, Sally Diane Thomas; evangellst GAs 3:30 m. 'Schoot of Schedule of services. : Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 .. ID .:: ,
McKerley } Mau-I Earl P. Pafilll: Sr.4 of"Atlanta, : p. 10 .1 m. services: Sunday
rle MornIng -
Starke. : School 9:4a: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.; .
Starke; two sons Ga./who las! bee '; preaching Norman L Reddini' Interim Morning WorshIp! Servlc, 11 School 10'. a.m.' Worship, 11 Worahlp, 10:45: .. an. : .
Active i I and 7 p. m.-Rev. Leland A. 8 mJ
Howard. Qultman, Ga., andHarry pallbearers were H. In the Church of God for 40 pastor. a. m., TraIning. 'Unton. 8:30: a.m. and 1:30: p.m. Training Evening Worship p. _- ,j
W. Bennett, Donald Bennett Training Union 8:45: p. m. :Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednoadnya
} V. Howard Jr. of Texas: I ; years:. : p. m.t' Evening Worship, p1:30p. : Union 6:30: p.m.' Rev. JackS
sister Mrs. John Smith,' R. E. Jones. Harold Hliil1n4O Reot'L s'WmlalllS' pastor C\RD OF THANKS. .'in. IAlt? 'eator. I Evening Service. 1:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation 10 p. m. Sing each Friday" at 8

one Lake"Butler: and four arand- botham, Glenn Shqford' / and of the 'chUl'eh.ext.ends a cor- Our heartfelt thank. to all Prayer Meetlni Wed., "':30: Week Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 1 p. an. p. m. Rev. Har.ev: lAIDe pea- r..
Walter 7:45 1: IIISlIVRNA
Tom11naon.Henry who extended comforting aympahy KINGkEY Po tor.
children.Faneral. ," dial ,welcome''t all, ;durin8' the p. m.: G. A. Meetlni. Wed., LAKE
recent
and help In our NEW RIVER BAPTISISunday
services were held PearI1 l revival perlo l;' 1:30: p. m. Choir Rehearsal/ BAPTIST CIiURCn p
... .. sorrow. For-the belOltlful.erv, '" MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTJ'ST' .
In First I Wed 1:30: m.: Etother- Sunday School 9:45: ... m. ,
at 11 a. m. Monday Services Heldt floral offerIngs: 'and 'other p. BAPTIST CHURCh School. 10 a. m.
Christian Church, Starke.with. MAItAGELIUE3ES lice kindnesses we are deeply gra.teful. hood meet.lni last MonSty Morning Worship 11 a. m. 6fM: W. PrAtt st. SundllG' Morning WorshIp, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 A. m. ,

Charles Reese, minister, At Crosby ,Lake I The family of Mrs. Edward in eacn month. Rev. David Training Union 8:15: p. m. services: Sunday School. 10 Training Union 'I p. m. EVe.ning Morning Worship, 11 a. an.Tralntrg t
latinl. Interment was in Medeiros pastor. Evening Service 1:30: p., m. Worship 8 p. m. Un1on. 8:30: p. IQ.
Henry
offl Pearsall, 1 : nramI> Cole.
; .' Midweek Prayer Service, a. m. PrellchlnJl. 11 a. m. h
Dekle Cemetery near Lake ton. died n a Starter.-nurslnl Marriage, !1celltSe'S',1\were Is- Training Wednesday night service. Evening Service, 1:30.: Pra.yet
Wedne8daJ' 7:30: p. na. Come Union 5:45: p. m.
Butler with DeWitt C. Jones home last Saturday after a udd.to e. fol.lowiJlc1' persona FIRST. METHODIST Church 01 Jesus 'brls& 01 let UII worship together. Rev. Evening Worship J p. m. 1:30: p.'m. Everyone 'Welcome.1. Meeting. Wednesday, 1:30:

Funeral Home In charge. lingering nIness. Hi'wai born by the County .Judllle'S office cnURC" STARKS LaUer-da Saints ,Allen Pric .' pastor. Everyone welcome EIder!: .. 1.. Parker, pastor.CIIURChI p. m.-Rev. a. U. But1e.

In Canada on September 1'l,' during the period March 1-5. Sunday Church 'SChool t16 East 'Can St.] t'lNE .E"i4ArfIS'k A. G. Flynn, pastor. pastor.HEILBRONN.
Funeral Services 1898 and had lived In the Leamon Glenn Williamson 9:45: (a:' m.; Morning Worship. Services: OF CR11131

Hampton area for the past and Julie Anita Ghee. both-of .11. a.,m.; SQack Supper, for "' .Priesthood.8:45: : Sunday Sunday Schoo&. ,,10 a.. ID FIRST PRESBtipItIA1Sunday' : \ BAPTIST
Held Saturday Morning Worsb1 11 .. m Sunday: Bible Stud fO
eight years. He was a veteran Keystone Heights. _" MYF, 6 p. m. MYP meetlnas School 10:00: Sacrament. Sunday Schuol 11:40&: a. in.!
Pre-8erv1cee [Booster :&&n4YOUDIr a. m. l\trnl'lg Worship and
For C. W. Thomas of World,War L Gerald Grandon Norman 8:30: ;P. m.: Evening Worship 11::00. People 'and" Prav-: SchooJ. 9:43: L 8. Communion; Service It... m. Morning WOl'Wllp, 11 a. m.Tt'dnint .
Branch President -
SUrviving are three broth- and Annette Estelle Pal2lett, 1:30: p. m.Monday. Morning Worship 11 a. :; Union. 6:30: p. m.
Service). I "P. 'Evening Evening services 8:30.
,II&: :
10a. Dean H nsen: 9B4-621B. m'l
Funeral services for Clarence -I ers, Ralph Pearsa1) Hampt: both or Starke. Prayer Group Youth J'alJow8hlp. 6 p. Training Union 7:00: p. m
FIRST ASSEMBLY UF GOD Wonlhlp 7 .. Mldw.ek3.rvlce. Wednesday Worship servIce -
,William [LC. W.) Thomas. Adolphus Pearsall, Tarpon Robert stuart Shuts and m. .' .01' ST.\iutE'-' m. Choir Practice Evening Serv-.... 8:00.: Midweek -
who died Thursday March 14. Springs; and Leslie PearsaU, Sandra Arlene Outer both of Thadi w Church Mend i WednesdaY' 1:30: 9.an. .I 8 WedneBdaY'1 1 p. m. Minister. Jack F.Bed. : Prayer Service 1:341

Bradford: COunty Hospital Mlnon, Mich.1' Jacksonville. bershlp Class 3:30: p. m. West Weldon St.. I and Ra1- E. R. Bowers, D. D. pan I Iltev. 1 I ''p. m. Wednes3aJ' -
Road. .
were held at 2:30: p. m. Sa.tur- Funeral servlcesWe held Robert Allen Underwood. Wednesday Bible studY ford M&: Robert D. flurch ....
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In Jones Memorla Chapel at 1 p. m. Tuesday at the 1:30 SUndar13ObOOl: 10:08: m.
day Green Cove Sprlnp and and Prayer Meeting, : p. I
11:00 a.' m.Morning Worship
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with Rev. Virgil Lovett officiating. gravealde! In Crosby Lake Katherine Oenelle Prevatt, am.4'iThursdar. -' -
11:00: p. m. C. A. Serv1ce1:00\ :
Interment was in Kings- Cemetel with Rev. V J.
Lawtey. ." Church Mem- P. m. Evangelistic! Serv1cIa

llHuey LaWrence Newton bership Class. 3::30 p. m.Chan- Wednesday: '1:30: p.m. MidWeek Your Future .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral l Home Brooker and Hazel Yountr. cel Choir Rehearsal '1:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting. An Inv stment In .

Hampton. FridaY ,- Junior choir Pastor: Revi George Green,


.KEYSTONE STARKE HEIGHTS- ''pnONE:9G-I.6200-PJlONE: : 473-3178 I rose.oJacksonv1lle.Lucien WIl and lam Pierre Mary Ezra Blanche Gault Gouin, Jr.Casey,. Mel-and sawyer Fractiie. 3 p. m: I ( Jr MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL A '= f'.E' ''I.1J e. @ IiCl: : i iil


Sunday-9:45: a. SUnday
m.
Janice Diann Lang both ,ofavtey. Juvenile Fiction
Rental} .S'erv'icea' .. School. 11:00: a. m. Morning
:). ::. Liberty noy.-Drury: A Killing -
WorshiP, 6:00p.: m; Training ..4'. '. -
HOSPITAL BEDS. WIIEEL CHAIR:) Donald Robert Thompson for The Hawks-Smlth: Union, 1:00: p. m. Evening! \

and Carolyn Joyce Conkl1n.. Mon\y And The.Tree Housd- .Wonht .. :
UTCHESr -,. both of Starke. Carbon: The Bor Who Be- Wednesday '7:30: Prayer : ,. +

Odla Marion YarborOugh longed to No OneBaudouy: Services. 1st and 3rd Wednea- ; ?

; Gl n st. aryand ... .Donnie )I Elidor-Garner: The Moon of night-1:00': p." m. FamilY
Mae Lathe, Starke. ti/ I Gomrath-Garner. I I Night. \
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NEED READYCASH? Robert Groves Schroeder, Juvenile Non.FlcUon
Lake Geneva, and Sarah LouIse The MagI&Banana -Berry: 'I BETHEL BAPTIST CIIVItCIP

t Way, Jackaonille.NEW Peace I.s An AdventureKelen -
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: The Fall of The Incas- Sunday School 10 a. inMornIn.j I :
.i_ :ACorneSec, UstF I BOOKS Blubdk .' Magid t iAnlma181 of Wot hlp 11 a. m r. :-

Evening Worship, .!:IO ''po m. il have' "
.I Li .9 ''f Japan -.Pratt: The Fair Ring Many Important events
;l7 1q'1 ri At The Library -Wlaa1ns: FindIng OUt about Prayer MeetJna. '7:30: ,P. m ;.
well. In
,! .. 'Wemake loan for taken place' at the days .
': I "2 ,- any\wort .hJ.le purpose New books avlkliabi at the the Past Frteman"AmdnaThe : tars Wednesday-Rev. J, C. Hes- meeting place 1 : '. i =
i. ,. ; ,Mayan Ruins Sutton: pastor. I :I Ions agoitwasa *
I \. radford County Library_ in- Two .Faces of Asia, India: and l : where all came because of the _''y S ...
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li. : "elude the following titles:' China 4Myroai; ...Tricky- Pelk nOPE 8APTJS'l' CD11JWD ::;c':::!i: necessity to obtain life-.u.tainins i .L 'dir i ir .-
',1.' $25to $600 Adult Fiction And Other Picture Tales- (Highway IItG .. TbeueesslBunday ::: I. .
The Road from ToomlWlbberley : Indians Rei- School 10 a. an.MornIngWorhip1 I water. 4 :.
Hardenorff How 5- '
DOYOUHAVE. : The Tower of Ba- ly Uved-Baldwln; The EgyP- 1- a.. m. : Jacob met his beloved Rachel at i- ,, -

belWest: Incident Boris Training 'Union-.CJ:30: m. ( .
-e"-Too man1'paments tlanlJ.-Mlmov. p. : the well.'Moses' met the daughters _
Gleb-Copp: Old CrowMac- Evening! Worship "- 7:15p. : : '
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I Young Adult I II i of his future father-Inlaw.at the i4ir l
to makel kay: My Friends The Mac- in.' I _..
A Search for El Doradc -
Lea Duttcatl.. I : well in Midian. Much later Jesus '. it', j t.w
Wednesday NIgM :ayer .
A _
I : Flz\dera Losers '
1\15: ,-Too'iinan' bills to Chapman S : 1rI
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Adult Non.Fictlon'A Services '7:30: p. m. Rev. P: Christ met a woman of Samarla. at S ,
in ,
? Slack; Your Future Muse- ." : r_: ,'- f' i.i i.
. pay Stillness at'Appomattox- um&- Burns: Thorpe -Dut- &ferle ckham.J pastor; I :S i the' well and .aid Whosoever L <=:
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taxi :
% -'Too'many Catton: Mr. Uncoln' Army "
Scutari--Zarublcal. : of the water that I shall .. ,
..- 0P Catton:' The Nature o Human BOATDRAIN .BAPrlST :i drlnketh 4
.5
\ coming dueT Nature-- Comfort: Glory Road WOMEN SUFFER ChURCh "- STARKE 1! give him shall never thirst. but the -_ .'

.i Catton: .Anfm.a1 Kltabu water that I shall give him shall

; 'Let Us Help. With YourS Money HalIet: The Holocaust -Lrlv- WITH BlADDER IRRITATION Sunday """or SchOol hlP,, 10'11 a.m.Training' a.m.Uomlng .. I !i be In him a well of water springing .
ln The COllected Stories of .
Problema.. Andre Maurola Maurofa Common" .rredt Kidney twleot'e.1n.ny er BIaddr women IrritationS as- .Unlon, 6 p.m. Eve- up Into everlasting life." ,, T'r

Theology in America Alilstrozn nervousness men. often from cauSing frequent.tenseness bU1'nlnll.and Meeting DIng Worship, Wednesday, 7 p.m., 1 Prayer II :i The church of God today l I. a _________________________, _

TOWN! FINANCE CO : The Chinese Theory .of :InS Itching)' lose urination.sleep\ I and':; shai :''lf; ld... yuu.. p.m. ili meeting place where many come .;
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t ArtYutan&; American Poets Back "hP. and ..i .,lde1'. tired. dcpressed. I and life.
NORTBSmE BAPTIST
this
Phone964-7449 -Waggoner; 'No Room In The in .uch CB. .. CYST :X ua'- to obtain life-sivlns .;
iTemple 1 C ally brlllK' i'aiacrneomtOr' by curbIng "-'. Located ''on' JSl.JBMI .drh.) j water of which Jesu. ,
AltMoorehead:: : New Ideas germs In Beld utln" and eulnll ultainins -
-l for Science FaIr Project&- pain.Get CYSTtX: .t druggists' toc1y.I way [ISR 225a.t] Raiford Road f:: "'/ iI'" ::
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School: o a. m. Sunday

Mrnln's Wor.hlp 11 ... '
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TAREA. Training Union, 0:30: p. m :::::s..>:., ,'> .,..... ".w.. << oY. ":9. : !l.w. :),. "fI: ..:<: ;:;:l'. .. '::

J BUSINESS DIRECTORl Evening Service..'7:30.: M1d' F':j<<' '" ::':::::I,::::= =.511, ..=.....lbs, haulidge SI,Hf.... CVN]7j' .A f:

Week Prayer aemce Wednea-, t ....... 0111II.........''Of_Ie........Ie"''at I".b,1o.lot ..""hIM,.Wllh.... ::: :: :.
day, 7:10.: -R.n. Olenn l.aw- :i .... .......mt 110 .... .... II 504, .. .,ornmllll ., IICItI1 If.., ., II''. .,,11 .... 9. ,: :::.
lion putor t ,.nss..sd. .Iii... Isdsmi wIIkb WI hol4 Ie dsaI sill kgvItbIy,, ,, ,.,,1>1I."Thf.for.' .,01\\ .: : ,.:I ti '

i'';-i: ',,011I I ,.rna..,...ii of f .ltw._....y14 wpps.t "III." Out'" ,fall.,. .inks.. it II. sIfIfs !:!. I::: .
ATO_ SALES ELECTRIC MOTORS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment DE DAN BAPTIST CHURCH :::I if. hi..ooIl. s.d. hoo ,...iI,. ..,.... IPO?. ", .-. ...., pews., ilald," .phoI' and po" :='1

BROOKER f:.j ''tdpo'' 110 tho Cho... Me.... It ..11I, III. "ulh ...., .ssnt. III., dseh sad.. detini' ; lilt -/.f0l1N 7 :

I ELECTRIC r,.. InoIII wIIldI ...... 11II1 III bloa" ..,.II.... dllI4 of GM. ... .
BRASINGTON C her r y a Hancock OfficeCADWOOLDSMOBJI..m' Sunday School. 10 a. m. Cal,....Ad..kr.. -"'Yo..'" ;,, a

Morning Worship. 11 a. m.TraJ.nlng I I. z"r .. RrOO'* xz.1:: ; ;,.::>.:.:{;.:, ",.: .,;. t .l""!;:<:" ::::;: >;
Motor,.Repair Co. OaInem11e'. Molt Fashionable Equipment Union. 6:30: p. m. \ ';;;W':: ;:>' Y"'j'w.' -;e;:: :.t -

Address For Lacl1u Evening Service -'::30. '- Rev-
Ins. ''Of a.lDenUJe, tne 8m1th-ooron-AuthorlZ8 Lacy Conway pastor. This Feature Publish in the Interest of a Better Community by the Followin -
,Repa1rtn&-ReWiD % DJLE88Es-.91T1'1't1-XATII! .
BALES & SERVICE
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NeW and UMd HATEBNITI' WEAR CIR7hie -'::::; FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Civic-Minded Business Firma

elecUoa of Used Van AOOJ:8SOICIE8: Adding Calculators Sunday Services: Sunday
WORK GUA.RANTEED Machines School. 9:45 Morning
: a. m.
Tkn 011 ea.uu.o Trades 2814 N. W. 18th st. 'Ao Storell SA.LEB-SERVIClC-RmNTAUS Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening FAULKNER Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUJLDERS .,

Gainesville' Florida 1 W. University! Gainesville BAV1D :=- 1 Service, 8:30: p. m. Midweek: SINCLMRSERVICE
2001 N.W. 13th. EL 441 & Galneavtlle Mall I reqniresaents ": fIrt. Service, Wednesday 1:15 'p.m. Mkt. SUPPLIES Inc.
Phone 372-8318 528 N. MaID lit. Galne.vlfl&FHON .
-Charlcs Reese, minister.ST. U40HAUL RENTALS
a1&4301 piiii. a1ell "..atarllle Ace Hardware
Farm and Industrial jj'j WEAK Truck Trailer Groce -Meatg-Feedig Oompl"te Paint 8uppU..
MARK'S EPISCOPAL ..n
swd Sporting Goo .
Gas & Oil
Equipment ChURCH. STARKE :
CRANE STAG" 'N DRAG PAINT &: GLASS Service schedule for the Complete Lubrication .. wtTU ua nB8'r"
Minor TIlDe-ups Ph. 964-531 Starke FIa.
Lenten season: ... ZI. y.hI.giJ St 9644270DOYLE
LnI'OOUf.HERCURY Santa Fe Tractor, St&nley Coats BlaCker Sport Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., 409 S. Walnut Ph. 964.5899 .
Liddell Paint & Evening Prayer.

AtItJaoJbr.ecl Salea.. .I: enIoe Arrow Dress Shirts! Sundays: Holy Communion, 1'' M. Lawson Meat Market '

InCe S Puritan Sweaters 1st and 11 8 CONNER .....
N Main St., Gainesville S Peters Jacket.Thone Glass. Co.220i .- 6th. a. m.; 3rd. 1.\ AND COLD STORAGE
Morning Prayer and
872..373 FOR D Ladles Sportswear GJaae_MJnon 811mial' >>00.. Sermon a. m. 2nd, 3rd. and 4th. Insurance Agency OF STA-RKE. INC. w. Speda1J" In Custom 8laa&'b'11'.

Farm Tractors & Implements Two StorM Tub EnciOltU'f.Showv'! ISoors 11 a. an.FIRST. B-A-V E IDe. CUttiDc 61 WrapplDc-
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Crane Imports Ford Indu.ItrI&J Equipment Furniture Top.1Ddcnn 7"r 301 NORTH. p"P&red For Deep Jrreer.e
I USED EQUIPMENT 13 W. UniveI'Nlty, GalnMvUle Wlndow..Awnlnl''olvo BAPTIST ChURCH With Your Mutual Agent 8M a
MG Austin u-Jey Wallpaper Storefront STARKE Ph. 964-7600 Starke FJa. rnONE -10158
SALES PART SERVICJS! anel GalaMvUle Mall Sunday, March 201 Sunday 222 N. Temple Ph. 96-1.7369

606 E. ''University, Qa.1nesvWe PICK UP DE'LIVJCRY JIll N.W. Sixteenth !Mt.!! School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship -

HOMES GAINESVILLJ at :U, sermon: ''The Trag.
.12-I1Jl
Phone MOBILE
372-f2 4488 N.W. SiXth Gainesville VICKERY GARAGE
Phone 376-2M8 edy of Judas." Training Union, BRADFORD COUNTY JLORIDA :
8:15.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: )
528 S. Walnut St.
Bealt7 Academy MUSTANG SEWING, MAChINES Sermon We ''DIe.:""Why Sit Here Until Phone 964-602 TELEGRAPH PEST .f;,

GARUEN SUPPLIES Monday RA meeting. :5

POWELL'S Mobile Homes, Inc. National Sewing p.m.RIver Youth Association Choir 1 p.rn.Executive New I I Complete REPAIRS Automotive Phone 96 t.."..30. HTROL =

t Johnson & Fans, Inc. GaIMn1 e'. ii.oount KobIJ Board Meeting, 8 p.m. !
Beauty Academy Dome W. Lot. Machine Co., Inc. Tuesday Junior Choir and For Every Need Prlnting-oWce Supplies CD.
L4ne of Purchase discounts on entire '
Complete
Sunbeams meet. 3:30: p.m. Prl. ALTERNATOR SERVICE
X-1'1I a Profession In Your' 8EEDSPLANTSchain guarantee huge ATin&S. Dealer for mary Choir, 4 p.m. Meeting ot I ...... :.
ecUcldPet Supplies NEW.MOON CAPEt.IA Pfaff -New lIome- Nelco Deacons and Revival I 539 E. Call St. Starke. FIa.

S pare TIme. 11'u11 or Put Time FERT1L1ZER8 PACDLUIEB Good Used and Repossessed Lion Captains. 7:30: p.m.ViSlt.-j I Chancy E Johns Phone 964-5745 for FREE
BRADFORD
Used Mobile Homes. Low I
D.\.Y. II EVENING ClASSES l"odel Wednesday Prayer Inspections & Estimates
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader"I Priced. With approved credit 8ale..Repa.. AU Makes Ing" 7 p.m. Church Choir Practice -' Agency .
Low TulUon Terms 224 N.W. 8th An. low aj 1100 dOWD. I 1:4:5.: : ABSTRACT Company Hurst Shell
I f.O N.W. Stb 8t. 441 North BtidgSt Terms AvaflabisI Thursday Weekday BIble I 111 L WalDU' Plio .t-5010 Service
219 NW. 10th A v.. PRONE: 72-0418 F1a. I GalBMvUJe "73-1344 I eu W. Ua >..nltTGalaeevWe O.lne.vlk Class, 10 a.m. Visitation GENERAL INSt1RANOJD 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST

1111-21M GalDMVIDe OALL CJOLr..IOr. !: ITS-ISM p.rn. lfellocl7 But NobodJ UDdenelJa DW1'. 301' '" 100 p 964-6111 .:

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA .I



_n ___ STARKM. FLORIDA. THURSDAY MARCH 21, 1968 __ u Section Three Pane One _. .
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2 Gainesville Teams Take Senator Smathers 'Will Be SpeakerAt Keystone Council r sheriff."I will continue my fight.

HilitesBy Approves Plan I against crime, and sincerely
Keystone Keystone Pro-Ladies MatchTwo For KOP FestivalThe hope that the people of Clay
Annual County will examine my recordas
Regina Schuber Clay-Electric Meeting their sheriff for the pact
Gainesville teams tied ance from Oussle Rudderman, Keystone Heights Coun
Please Phone in Your Items 473.3067 for first place In the fifth annual Evelyn Puckett, and Nora Mae ell has approved an application 38 months. In striving to
pro-ladles golf competition Scruggs enroute to nines of I I.Marlon.] by the Woman's Club te serve the residents of day
at the Keystone Heights 31-28: over the par 35-25-70 ] In District 1 the names o f hold another Keystone on Pa County, I am always happylto:
GROUNDBREAKING 2nd-Mr. and Mrs. A. Bach. Country Club Sunday March course. Brasington has an Individual Richard Murrhee I incumbent] rade [KOP1 celebration thl | answer any questions concerning -

FOR NEW CLUBA mann. 39-37-76.Philo. and George E. LaRue, both ofI summer. the job the people entrusted
long dreamed about event March 12th-1st- Mrs. H 17.The event served as a cur 1966 winner of the I Keystone Heights, will be Last year's week-long KOI "
became a reality on Tuesday Sutton and Mrs. J. Dey; 2nd- tain-raiser to the two-day Jacksonville Beach Open, was ,Cl; eti printed on the ballot. Other event Included an art exhibit to me, Sheriff Murrhee
March 12, when "Qrounc Mr. and Mrs. A. Bachmann; Keystone Heights Golf and the day's lowest scorer at nominations may be made and was described as one oj I said.
Breaking"' ceremonies was 3rd-Mrs. F. Fraher and Mrs. Country Club's ladles champ- three under par 353267. He from the floor.Entertainment. the outstanding attractions oj f Elected to his present position
held at the site of The Wom W. Terry. ionship. was assisted by Pat Philo, 0 t at the meet the area. II in 1964, Sheriff Murrhee
an's Club of Keystone Heightsnew FASHION SHOW Chuck Brasington of the Carolyn Philo and Ida Wllley Ing will be furnished by the Councilman Everett Fox reported Is 42 years old, and was born
clubhouse, on Fairway "Spruce Up For Spring" 1 is University City's Country The team combined for 32-27 Klaudt Indian Family Arlcka that he has had a
Drive at 3:30: p. m. the theme of the fashion show Club, and Dave Philo of the Both Philo and Brasington I Gospel Singers from the "Da number of complaints from and reared In Clay County. He
Despite the Inclement to be sponsored by the Junior Ironwood Club sparked their pocketed $28 each In prize 'kota Badlands. This Gospel residents concerning dogs running Is married to the former
f weather, about 75 persons were and Senior Woman's Clubs, respective teams to victory monies while each of their am- Group has Just celebrated!! 40 at large In the town, Georgia Lou Walker, and. lathe
present to witness the ceremony on Friday evening March 22, with 11-under-par net 59s. ateur partners received $28 In years in musical ministry., and Police Chief Wally Muhl.hofer father of two teen-age

at 8p.m. Brasington received assistMELROSE merchandise. They travel 100,000 miles a was requested to take children, Delores, 19, and
Mrs. David Nelson, club Fashions will be modeled by : year to meet engagements action in the matter. Mike
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I, president, welcomed the mem- club members. Leila's of ...........yy. .y..... Little League throughout the United States Fox also reported that Boy ,
bers, their husbands and Starke, will direct the show- : I and Canada, making their appearances Scouts are picking up trash Murrhee AsksReelection
friends and introduce! special Ing. Elleen Stanley will be PlayersAre LJU. in colorful, native, around town and depositing it SCHEDULE
Kucsts: Herbert Williams of narrator. i Indian costume. In an incinerator at the city OF SERVICES
Lake View Drive, who, with There will be entertainment: The annual meeting will be I' park. He also said that ten
Charles Oliver, donated the Bret and Kenny Belote's Band, By Joyce Rowe1AAAAAAAAAA.AAA AssignedKeystone called to order at 9 a. m. and street signs have been obtained I As Sheriff
lot to the club Mayor Raymond solos by Peggy Voyles and A A S. Senator George E. will be recessed for voting, I and Installed, and! that an PARKof
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Starnes, G E. Wiggins Elaine Lovorn, and Bill Belote i Heights Little Smathers will be the featured entertainment, and a delicious additional eight will be pur the
N. W. Hardenburg, Ernest will M. C. a surprise portionof Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ross League Baseball players were speaker at the 30th annual chicken dinner at noon. The chased. Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
Trlest, the builder and John the show. have had as guests John's sis assigned to teams at a meet meeting of members of Clay business session will reconveneat Councilman Charles Dono- has announced that he will PALMSSUNDAYS
T. Stevens, the architect. This show Is for the bene- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. ing held Tuesday night in the Electric Cooperative, Inc. at 1 p. m. for the introductionof hoe obtained approval from seek re-election for the office
Mayor Starnes gave a short fit of the Scholarship Fund. Merton Murray and daughters, Community Church Sunday Keystone Heights Thursday, guests, and to hear Sen. the council for calling for bids of Sheriff of Clay County in v.
address, praising the club for Tickets are available from Betty and Kathleen of Cana- School building. March 28. Smathers. on paving a runway and a he Democratic primaries to 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M.
Its civic spirit in the past and members of both clubs. This ndalgua. N. Y. While here, Practice starts this week One of the main items of The drawing for many valuable taxi strip at the municipal be held In May. He was one THURSDAYS
the part It has played In promises to be a most enjoyable the Murrays plan to tour end and the first game is business during the day will door prizes will follow the airport and on the following of the first to qualify on 7:30 P.M.
community growth and activi- evening. Florida. scheduled for April. be the election of directors regular\ meeting. matters also dealing with this March 19. :
ties, which it hopes to continuenow VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Guests at the home of Brig. Team Cunningham from Districts 1 [Duval and Registration and voting will facility: In making his announcement FUNDAMENTALBIBLE \
and in years to come. I The regular April meeting Gen. [fret.] and Mrs. P. 1". Tim Ooetzman. Larry Turk- Clay? Counties], 8 [Levy and be open from 9 a, m. to 7 p. Payment of $349 for a Sheriff Murrhee thanked TEACHINGAll
He then broke ground with will be postponed to the 2nd Kromer for the week includedCol. nett, Jimmy Andrews Bill Marion], and 9 [Lake and m. wind-speed Indicator which the citizens of Clay County -
gilded, ribbon festooned sho- Tuesday April 9. The Fire !. and Mrs. Vald Heiberg of Beam, Don Bozeman, Jerry was placed; in operation this for their past support, and Services Held In The
vel, and was followed by Mrs. College will be held Monday West Point. NY.. who spent Keeth, Neal Cannon Harry presented to Geraldine Jacksonby i ANNOUNCEMENTSThe : week, and granting permissionto for the opportunity they have New Bible Center
Nelson and other club offi through Friday April 1-5: 7 the weekend; Mrs. E. K. Daleyof Wagner, Kent Morgan, Tom Mrs. Fran Stephenson. Past Estrellita Club of the burn off a section of land given him to serve as theft

cers.At p. m. to 10 p. m. nightly.A Washington, D C. who arrived my Bell. Patron's Jewel was presentedto I Eastern Star will serve a fried near the road leading to the
the completion of the slate of officers will be Monday: and Co!. and Team 2 BcloteRobert Hector Ownbey by his wife, chicken dinner on May 23 at airport. r
ceremony, several local resi- presented at the April meet- Mrs. George Derby of Princeton Henderson, David Vera Odvnbey.. chapter trensI ,6 p.m. Tickets may be obtained Councilman James Cook was if it's .
dents presented Mrs. Nelson Ing, and voted upon at that N. J, who arrived Wed Thacker, Donald Wingate I urer-elect./ :from any club member or Star authorized to check into the -\
with generous donations to be time. nesday. Matt Tyre, Brltt Cole, Gary I The Star 'Point Pins, a gift member. cost of repairs to the hangar,
used for the benefit of the GOLF NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Archie King Ooetzman. Leon Ridaught of the Chapter Secretary, and The Homemakers Council\ and to report his findings. remodelingfunds
new clubhouse, for which all There was an omission in and children Mike, Susan, Timmy Murrhee, Richard first Chapter Matron, Beatrice Clay County has been asked by Cook, who Is finance and S
the members of the Woman's last week's column. The winners and Barbara, of Demopolis Goetzman, Timmy Head. Missionary Sunday In the Com. Clay/ lEIectrlc: to prepare the law committee chairman, : I
Club of Keystone Heights offer of the nine hole event Ala. spent a. few days with Team 3 Fire DepartmentJim munlty Church Sunday School. cole slaw for the annual meet. gained approval of the council ; If.fi /
their sincere thanks. were, Virginia Corey Fran their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kuykendall, Jimmy The speaker will be Charles M. ing on !March 28. Members of for striking from the city's '
need
The rain ceased just long Turknett and Joan Wright. W. H. Allen, enroute to St. I Martin, Terry Davis. Kevin Klnzer; of Lake Swan, who Is all eight county clubs will meet tax: rolls a number of lots In you
enough for the ceremony sans KEYSTONE LIBRARY Petersburg. Last weekend the Wyman, Donny Trlest. Eddie Schroeder, was presented by in the Council office at 9 a.m. the Keystone Christian Colony
umbrellas. However, nothing Members of the local Garden Aliens were in Quincy visitingher 'Dickinson, Dana Toetzman, Mary Laura Johnson, State Wednesday, March 27, to cut which are outside the city
could have dampened! the Club will be pleased to mother Mrs. E. A. Chester Ricky Hall Barry Ilgen. ,Treasurer, and Bea Schroeder' the cabbage and carrots. Please limits. The council also votedto
spirits on this memorable day. learn that the book "Exotica", and sisters. Team 4 Scales PM. bring your dish pans, knives refund 1966 and 1967 taxes ,,
PTA NEWS Is again available, and may be Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyleare Todd Brannon. Hank Morgan I As this was an open installation and graters. There are 500 erroneously levied on the I
The Keystone Heights PTA found in the reference sec home after spending several Darrell White, Bill Brown ceremony, all membersand pounds to be cut. Finishing lots. NUS
friends, were Invited time will be around
to noon.
will sponsor a bake sale on tion. Another reference book weeks in Jacksonville, Bruce Bleasdale Bill Strick I and a j LE1'
reception nodal hour in Members of the KeystoneClub : W
Clay Electric Co-op grounds one which Is new to the LIbrary where they had been staying land, Mark Keifer, Bobby : the ''banquet hall following the will blend' the cabbage Philadelphia Pa. 19143. '
on Thursday, March 28. at is the Authenticated! with a daughter while Mrs. Gray son, Tommy Smart, Kevin benediction.The at 9 a.m. on March 28 MISSIONARY'! SUNDAY .. .p.q

the annual RDA meeting Mew Boat Directory for 1967 Boyle was ill. She is reported i .Bannon. new officers held the PERSONALS Sunday (!March 24, /will be Running out of elbow room at'
starting at 9 a. m. The mem- with manufacturers list prices much better now. Her daughter
first chapter meeting on March Frank Price, who has beena a missionary with the Africa
bers hope to boats and equipment and son-in-law Mr. and UUJ' W W1AShuu. house? Add those extra
raise enough engines 19. patient at Bradford Hospital Inland Mission, on interdenom- four
money from.this. sale to purchase -with pictorials. .Mrs. L._W. Blottman..of Atlanta .FELLOWSHIP! CLUB. *' Is expected home before' Inational 'group. He will show 'rooms now, when you need )
Insulated draperies for Dr.; John Eisele Davis, a resident Ga. are spending this INDIAN BEACHLake The second anniversary of this Issue Is printed.Mrs. ,slides and \speak of his,/work I
school classrooms. of Keystone Heights week with them tha Fellowship Club was celebrated ''Klva Scott of Keystone In Africa. A cordial invitation them. Lean oa us for a low J
DUPLICATE BRIDGE recently contributed a copy of Miss Denise Butts spent the ( taita Fe) with a covered dish I Club: Estates is hospitalizedagain. Is extended to all. at 9:40: a.m. cost Home Improvement Loan
Winners of duplicate bridge his book, "Clinical Applications weekend with Miss Melissa Byt Michael B. CUtfy ,luncheon at the Masonic Hallon -Mra. Wm. Walz Missionary
\ sponsored by the Woman's of Recreational Therapy Gano. Ph. 4752171AAAAAAAA March 14. This was one of Mr. and !Mrs. Royal Shultis Chairman. I
Club for March were: 1stI' -- ." to the library. Also Recent guests of Mrs. J. T. the largest meetings of the of Spring Lake, and their ,
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( Mr. and Mrs. A. Bannister: among the newer non-fiction, Green included Mrs. Harriet au club, and President Ethel Wy- daughter, whb is visiting them, CONCRETE PRODUCTS (
Is Allen Drury's "A Very Hughes and daughter and Happy days are here again, man gave a short historical are enjoying a Florida tour.
!Strange' So-lety." and "The family of Chicago, 111. and to coin a phrase. I imagine 'review of the, organization. Mrs.( Louis Tentarelll, who INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
r', INCOME TAX Man Who Walked Through Mrs. Joan Kohut and son of that you are all happy as I I Tom Garner, geologist with was!' a patient in Bradford Hospital CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Gainesville. tha DuPont Company, gave an for four: weeks, recuper-
lime bv Colin Fletcher. "The BANK
am to see that Spring is here. ARE! THE BEST FROM KEYSTONE STATE
: ,i RETURNSPrepared Galsworthy Reader," entitled Russell Keener of Houston, As I have mentioned In my Interesting talk on the geologyof ated at the home of'her brother

bv Anthony West; and "The Texas spent a few days with I poem this week, Spring is a Florida and the minerals and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Building Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights. Ffa.
Frank Yerby, his mother and step-father,I that are being mined in this George Massa, for a few days
Goat
Songby ,
wonderful time of the
By
year. homein "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
area by the to her
company. before returning Supply Inc. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Howard.
i will be of Interest to those who I All of the birds are singing, "
Mayor Raymond Starnes Philadelphia. She was accompanied Community.
WM. J. DERMODY prefer fiction. Mrs. David Frltchard and ''
the bees
and' are humming. spoke in the interest of proposed by her husband who 72S 8. Maly872.4544GAINBBYILL10.
SIGIIT CONSERVATION four children of Americus, Ga.
The Is blue and the wateris
sky time here during
i community Improvement had some
Recreation Center spent FLA.
Three more Keystoners have spent last weekend with her ...
clear Spring is my favorite programs, and asked for the her illness. Friends who!
Keystone Heights signed eye-wills for the North parents MaJ. Gen. [ret.] and time of the year for many cooperation of club membersIn wish to write, may send mes- ,
1 Florida Eye-Bank through the Mrs. R P. Hollis. many reasons. For one, It is these projects. sages to 8135 Hazel Ave.,
Phone 473-4500 I efforts of the Keystone' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowe J I usually the end of cold weather. Mrs. Martha Beam assisted ReElectRichard

[Continued! on next Page" ) [Continued on next p->-'I I The fish start biting President Weyman In making
and if you people are like me cupcakes with t two small
,J this is the best thing: about candles on each as placardsfor KEYSTONE
GEORGE E. LaRUE Spring. All of the animals are the anniversary luncheon. MurrheeTRUSTEE
'j 1 CANDIDATECLAY out moving around after being Visitors on this occasion Included -
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE in all winter. For Instance, Mrs. Starnes and !Mrs.
DISTRICT ONE we have many, many beautiful Garner, wives of the speakers; HEIOHTS-
ducks on our lake now and Mrs. Henry Preis, of Kent
I Stockholder/ and Member. : they are truly a pleasure to Wash., and Mrs Alice DJerf DISTRICT NO. 1

UmilVDO WAYS ALL KLKCTKIO POWER SUPPIJEW nY THE (1 O-OP WILL sit and watch.. When they are Unity, Wis". niccn.s" of Mrs. Fay
BK PUKCIIASKD FROM: PRIVATE UTILITY CfMIPANlKS.IX feeding, they come In closer Olson; Mrs. Florence Saurey,
YOU KNOW that this Is BEING COVERED OVER by the ANNOUNCEMENT and closer to the shore. Evidently Penney ''Farms, and Mrs. Har- I MELROSE CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC.
OK. A ItATE REDUCTION"ON we have good feed riet Bickford, who joined the ,
FEBRUARY 7th. I requited. an answer. to thaw IMPORTANT QUESTIONS along our shore, for we have club at the COHO! of the lunch
AN ACCOUNTING OF ALL MONIES P.IID TO EACH DIRECTOR In FEES.! ducks all winter. The lake has eon Mrs. Olive Stevens and BUSINESS
EXPENSES: or any OTHER PAYMENTS made on behalf of EACH DIRECTOR been covered::!, with boats late Mrs. Mabel Husbands also join-
during the pant U months. ly, with fishermen and sight-I ed recently.
A After VA IL.\BLE.considerable delay, I was advised that the Information requested WAS NOT seers. Many of the people that illness There and has been sympathy considerable Is extended DIRECTORY f ,

WHY IS TillS QUESTION THAT EXPLOSIVE. Somehow I get the impn-HNlon, we have not seen all year are: to Vice President Thomas
we are running LOOSE SHIP.I returning to visit and enjoy / Norwood on the death of
this nice weather at their lake I BEAUTY SHOI'
feel, that If the answer to the above question were given to the members In the his brother in Miami last week. I
annual report, along with the answer to the following question: homes. Many are also workingon Fay Olson will :'be leaving Key-
their homes and yards get I stone on March 22 to live KEYSTONEBEAUTY
FEES: PAID TO OTIIKK: PERSONS or ORGANIZATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL : s
SERVICES RENDERED: this alone, would go a long way In TRLMMINCJ ting ready for summer. I with her niece. Her address .
OUT TilE FAT. We had another misfortunelast will be In care of Mrs. Elmer SHOPEdith

TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND VITALITY OF TUB: CO-OP, these Important week, when Grandmother Djerf Box 143, Unity, Wis. Johmoa. OwiMC
arena should come under IMMEDIATE: CONSIDERATION: Copeland fell and fractured a 54488. Personal
1-NEW DISTRICT LINES SHOULD BE DRAWN Our District Number. 1 bone in her foot. She was just The usual Game Day will not A Creative
has 7,000 members In It or about 23% of the 27,000 total iwmbemhJp, YET getting over heart trouble, be held this month due to the Hale BtyttngImHrldual :
only ONE of the NINE' DIRECTORS: are provided from thlw district. and now the doctor says she Clay Electric Annual !Meetingon Beauty Par
RE-EXAMINATION': OF THE POLICY OF "CAPITAL CREDITS." This will have to stay off of her Thursday, March 28. Every Form of Beauty Culture
phlloHOphy could very well! be "Gone. With the Wind." What .U needed. In a foot for about four weeks. So, COMMUNITY: CHURCH Open Tuea.-Sat." 9-0; ,
NEW UNDERSTANDING and.I HANDLING of "EAKNED DIVIDENDS" to we are now a two wheel-chair Mrs. Raymond Farris, general earned Monday<
enable us to SIL4RE THE PROFITS NOW\ ,.This I.O.U. system ban gone oa family for awhile. I chairman of the annual Silver -
long enough.It Thursday Aunt Tennie Tea, at 2 p.m. on April 3, I NURSERY
.In. often said that Limited progress can at time, be achieved In unite of the Crenshaw of Gainesville spent has announced the following
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Directing Forces. I do ''believe we ,have here an example of just !ouch a Phenomenon.No committee chairmen: Tea O.C. Carnes Nurserynlway
ESTABLISHMENT wants opposition NO WAVES NO RIPPLES JUST [Continued on ittft PB&e1] Table] Mrs. Doris Sunderland;
DRIFT!! Perhaim COMPLACENCY: can best describe the present condition.The Guest Book Miss !Marilyn 104), Florabome -
degree- 'CONCERN, or LACK OF IT, which 'we fchow in the selection of our Bridges: Publicity, Mrs. Helen 23 Mlles", SIB o/' HtarinNurncry "I am now completing my first!!! term on your Boardof
Board !Members,, will have a profound effect upon which road our TWENTY.: MILLION Egan; Guest Tables, Mrs. Myron I Stock Thousand Trustees and appreciate very deeply the honor the
DOLLAR COMPANY FOLLOWS. This. should provoke Home sobering thoughts. NEWS NOTESBy Prevatt; Reservations, Mrs. of Plants A Fruit Trees to, membership bestowed on me by allowing me to serve.I .
When you also. consider the fact that aa few as. 1,200 VOTES, out of a possible Ann Prevatt: Refreshment! choose" from. Nice Shade Trees, feel that I have Rained much knowledge during these
27.0OO can place a man on the HOARD, this TOO IN thought provoking. Might It; By Helen Egan (food), !Mrs. Helen Kennedy; |I Evergreens A Landscape :3 I and have been active on board committees and
not then be reasonable to assume THAT WE HAVE NOT BEEN ATTENDINGTO Nursery Plant All In containers years
Tea Mrs. Voncell! Ketch: j
I also in the state and national associations. I
OUR BUSL"'IESiTTO : I' co-op
Plant CameTIlM 4kI
Host anytime.; :
Mrs. Ann Gregory: |
YOU, the STOCKHOLDER, who In the pant year chose to remain Indifferent EASTERN STAR esses, Mrs. Marie Wrinkle: I I draleas. have worked continuously for rate reductions and a
to the affairs of our CO-OP, I make my urgent appeal. You will have the right to I At the Installation of officers Mrs. Melba Ilgen.:; Let lIS do yow Inad.eiptag steady return of capital credits, and am proud of the
exercise your voting membership. .. on MARCH 28, 1968 9:00: 'AJVf. to 7 P.M. at I of OES Chapter 279. the following Talble Program Flowers, !Mrs. Khiva Nel Phone 650-2165: reduction that was granted this month.
the home office ground. of the Clay Electric Co-Operative in Keystone heights presentation were
son, and Mrs Sarah Hallman;
Of two things I AM CERTAIN: made: Larson Jewel to WM-: Room Decorations, Mrs. Fran USED CABS I will appreciate the vote and support of the mem-

1-I WILL BE THERE. elect Matron Paddy Geraldine Curie Jackson., by outgoing Lar- Turknett; Hostesses at Tea bership! at the annual meeting on March 28th and my

2-TIIE THERE.h HARD ($CORE FOLLOWERS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE son Jewel to Worthy Patron Table, pouring, Mrs. Grace Hanks Used Cars pledge in return will be to continue to represent you

WILL YOU BE THERE" ALSO Hector Ownibey by Past Pat- Walz cordial and Mrs.Invitation Ortha Grollck.A Is ex-. BIG CASH DISCOUNT in an honest and dedicated manner."
ron J. Azzle Williams. These TERMS
RESPECTFULLY I REQUEST YOUR TOTE AND SUPPORT, jewels were a gift of the late tended to members of all BUY SELL TRADE
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and surrounding -
churches in Keystone
GEORGE E. LaRL'E Edwin 'Larson at the time of Reservations Rfc 1 BOX 9O

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mitteemen. he would, he decided that It I found in the swift, clear vided as a joint effort !by tile
KEYSTONE Bob Hen:ft jr. Troop Com MELROSE would be best to choose another streams. They are especially Mrs. Murrhee Bradford County Health Da.

] mittee Chairman, called the profession. He will continue VOICE, of theSPORTSMAN fond of areas near trees, such Services HeldIn partment and the Florida State
meeting to order and the as pastor until June. Board of Health in
HILITES as water around cypress trees, coopera
C opening ceremony was given Duplicate Bridge knees, logs and"vegetation.! St. AugustineFuneral tlon with the Tuberculosis
by the Outlaw Patrol. t From Preceding Page] Winners last week, of the Warmouth Respiratory Disease, Assocla.
.& ; Mllledge Murphey 3rd, the Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club ByMike are dark green services for Mrs. tlon of Northeast Florida.
[from Preceding Pallfe1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster above, which color is clouded HJmrrm C. Murrhee, 87, a form
District Commissioner, presented lImes and Bruce in were: Mrs W. J. Grollck and with red, blue Following are the dates,
son or more often, er resident, of Starke, were held
the charter and National Mrs. C. W. Hardy Mrs. Chittv place, and! hours for the location .
Heights XJons Club. Emery/ bronze.
They are Gainesville
I Friday. They are yellowish on at 10 *. Mrs. Elma C. Mrs. Camping award, and 100 I Cooper and Mrs. E. B. GOBS, Phone 475-2171 the ; of thexray unit:
Kaufmann: Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. lower part of the body, Garcia Funeral Home Chapel MeEbronn,
Al per cent "Boy's Life" banner. tied for March 26- :
Karolyn Louise Jackson, and M. Cason last week included 1st place; Mrs. Paley and there are dusky spots on St. Augustine, with Rev. Warren ) Speig5Reddish's
en George Kaufmann. Steve Moore conducted Ten- their daughter Mrs. Cecil Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn,' ---. --.f.a... many of the scales. An oblique, Frederick officiating. ( Grocery Lawtey, 12 noon
Iii derfoot Investiture to 2 p.m. (Priest's
Cash donations have been for new Harris of Welaka, Mrs. Flor- 3rd place; Mrs. Roland Bryan reddish bar Mrs. Murrhoe died SaturdayIn
br Tenderfoot Bill Carlson and and Well fishermen, the fish Mrs. Leo Thompson had 25 radiates out from Service: Station), 3 fo 7 p.m.
made by Mrs. Mary Carew, Tenderfoot Darrell White. ence Johns and son, Grady Mrs. Noel Robinson, 4th klnda surprised us over the Specs. And from Earlton the belly, and a large dark St. Augustine nursing home. March 27- County. Fair, u
Robert J. Weir. Pat Bradley. Williamson of Thcressa, and place. spot is She was the widow of the late
This weekend. Everyone expected Beach: Bobby Shipman present on the under a.m. to 2 p.m., and! 4 to 7
was followed by presentation For anyone who might be Curtis Murihee\ of.Starke, and
Ray Chance Paul Tyre Ed Mrs. Ethel Welch of Waldo. them to bite good after the caught 40 Specs; and C. A. part of the soft, or second,
of of
Bennett. Allen Miller and new members Greg Chlappinl son of Mr. interested in playing with the dorsal fin.Warmoutli. had lived In St. Augustine in p.m.March Starke
full 28 (Winn
"Order of the moon, but they didn't exactly Rodibaugh had 10 aas. the : Dix
Robert Menzen all of Keystone Arrow Doug and Mrs. John Paul Chlappinl. group game time Is 10:00: are much carnivorous recent years with her daughter Store), 11 a.m. to 2
Benson, Butch Bleasdale, Mark Tuesday morning at the Worn.an's jump at the hooks. How. largest/ weighing 9-114| pounds. Mrs. Ann Causey.! I II Ie p.n,
Heights, and Yancey celebrated his eighth birthday than 6
other to
Jordan ever several people reportednice Slim's Flsli-'n-Stuff [owned sunfishes, and 3 p.m.
Oarrett of Jacksonville. and Johnny Warren. with a dinner at his home Club. Bring! a. )partner, a catches. and operated by Martin Tacit although not so much as the Besides her daughter she Is March 29--Starke (CWum Dix

For! further Information on Scoutmaster Bill Warren, the also assistant electedto Thursday. Guests besides his sandwich. and fifty cents for My father James Chlt'.y. le Company] in beautiful largemouth black bass. They I survived by three grandchildren ie Store), (same hours).
was the
this project call Lion ErnestL. the order. brothers Johnny and Kevin, game.Melrose and Uncle Alfred Hudson of downtown Keystone, has a- do not reproduce as abundantly ; and seven great grand- March 30--Starke (old Florida

Jones, Jr. Sight- Conservation Second class were Rev. and Mrs. Al Steuart I Action Committee Gainesville, were fishing over greed to keep me posted on as pther sunfish, and ordinarily children. Bank building), 10 a.m. to
Chairman, for the Keystone badge was pre and'' children, Janet and Mike. The Melrose Action Committee the weekend and caught 9, fishing around that area. Mr. average to about 10 Interment was In Evergreen 1 p.m., and) 7. to 5 p.m.
Heights Lions Club, sented to Larry Turkenett. The group also enjoyed cake has received its charter Bass and one Speck. Martin reports the Specs are Inches In length, and from a Cemetery, St. Augustine, with .April 2 Hampton (City
4734780, and he will supply' Steve Moore received a and ice cream. from the Secretary of State. It Santa Fe Lake was covered being caught in many lakes half to one pound in weight. Garcia Funeral Home In chargeof Hall), .:31 a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
special award -the "Scouter'sKey i is now a non-profit Corpor.. : arrangements. Starke (Lincoln City), 2:30:
with literature. to
you It could Rev. A. F. Kggleston continues with fishermen Like the other sunfish war-
looking but on- jigs, plugs, and minnows.A .
given for training and atlon '
be yourgood deed for the day. to Improve in Hunting- under the laws of the not having too much luck man from Jacksonville, mouth are most often taken on 3:30 p.m. Lawtey (Sam
SCOUT NEWS three years as Scoutmaster.First ton. W. Va.. where he under- State of Florida Contributionsare live bait'Such Chest Brown's Store: ), 4 to 7 p.m.
finding as Free
class awards were given now tax-deductible. fish. All the boats at brought in a 12% pound bass, worms or
"Parents Night" programwas went eye surgery. Griffin's on ,artificial fly lures. i April 3 -- Starke (Development -
to Bruce Bannon. Lodge, and all the to weighed over the week-'
held at the Community Tony Rev. T. A. Steuart, Pastorof Plans are now underway for Commission"! 8 to B a.m.
other
camps were out loaded end. From now on we wijl Start
Burke Butch Bleasdale and the X-rays I ,
Church presentation of the Char- Dad plant 10 to 11:30:
educational building. the Melrose Methodist with fishermen. FOREST SERVICE Big a.1II.
We tried to try to have more details.
1'I I on the evening of March 16. Art Fordyce. Church wishes to explain to ter at the next meeting which find a FIRE REPORT Reno, School, 2:30: to 3:30: p.m.
cabin
Special award of the eveningwent will be in for some fishermen Tom Provost of Keystone March 26
for the April. Five Mutual Lumber CO., 4 to 5
)parents and Scouts of' to Danny Hinck. those concerned his reason for School NewsTeachers on Friday but there caught 10 bass one eveninglast woods fires were reported -
Troop 105. I leaving the ministry. Since his wasn't by the Florida Forest
an week
The was closed empty one on San- on plastic worms, p.m.April
Rev. Leon Mllner gave the' program two-year "On Trial" period who resigned returned ta Fe. Among the people Service in Bradford! County Free Chest X-rays will be 4 Brooker (Creen'i

1nvoca.t.Ion. with an. impressive Flag Ceremony would soon be up it was nec- to their classrooms last Griffin's Lodge reports quitea catching Specs in many Hampton during the paste' week with 27 given in Bradford County startIng Store), 12 noon to 3pm. Starke
A turkey dinner week at Melrose High, and burned. l Tuesday, March 26, andcontinuing (Reno Oak& Brownlee Sts
was pre I essary for him to decide few nice acres : ),
catches of Lake were Glen Raymond and
1 ST. ANNE'S!!! NEWS things Bass
pared by wives began to settle back to Since through Thursday 5 to 8 .
of troop com- Evening Prayer services and whether to continue in the normal. Students and Specs. Roy guided a party Willard\ Thomas who caught: January 1 there has 4. p.m.IGNSafl
seemed April
1 hap-
been
study of the Liturgy will mlnstry or withdraw. Because Saturday and got a 8 H-pound 13 Specs from11-4to2| :I 75 fires with 6143 acres
new I py to have their old teachers All persons 18 years! of ape!
he had not found the self-ful burned, as compared with 60 ,-
1 ,... ,.- continue each Thursday at i back. er, a S-pounder a 4-pounder pounds. or over are eligible to take ad-I- | kind. MetaTor
1s ] fillment that he had hoped fires and 625.1 acres burned
and a 3-pounder. C. A. Bar- Warmouth, fish of the
7:30: p. m.All'those. The International Relations my vantage of this service pro- Cardboard The Telecraph.WORLD'S .
[,6POLlCY! J I II who are Interested, Club is planning a bake sale ringer of Jacksonville, caughta week, may be caught in many during the same period last ,
: In participating in the Choir. gle of Orange Park: announcethe to be held soon. 3-pounder and a 2-pound-: different ways. We have ;year.Rainfall

I I P.Y!I.... for the Easter Service please birth of a daughter Sherri The Senior Class continuesto er over the weekend. Mr. caught them on minnows,, reported during the
II' prot.ct r meet with Father Jones in L Rae on March 15. Mrs. An- work on their class Smith caught 21 Specs. Oris crickets, worms, and have week ending Monday: New
IL ..mar the church after Prayer Ser. gle is the former April Meskoof which will be play Browning, Royce Wells Otis heard of many being caughton River, .60 Inch: : Highland.

IM/HRRITT\- / t vice Thursday evening. Keystone Heights. Grandparents April. presented in Simmons) and Marshall Simmons various flies and! popping 1.40 inches: Santa Fe. .90 ,

WILLIAMS HERE AND THERE are Mr. and Mrs. R. Methodist Church ()f Plant City, caught 20 bugs as well as many other inch. SMALLEST

117 Members of the Keystone L. McMichael, of Keystone The Christian Fellowship Specs weighing a total of 50 I baits. The Oklawaha River Is 1

N. WALNUT Heights Woman's Club who Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. O. Class will meet this Thursdayat pounds. They took home 200 the best place I've fished for ELECTRIC ..
STREET : .tttended the Alachua County 3. [Pete] Angle of Gainesville. 7:30 p. m. in the Fellowship pounds of fish from 150 specs// them, however, they are foundin

Federation of Woman's ClubIn Hall. Mrs. Reed is In chargeof caught while many of our lakes, streams ADDING y .
PHONE II. i Hawthorne on March 13 the program and week at Griffin's Lodge. Roy and rivers. Well, since that'sall

964-5391 were: Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. J. L.recreation.Price Sr. reports that he saw many the news, and I'm wantingto MACHINEZbutn&x I F .
1 Sara McDonald Mrs. Al La- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ross' large Specs [around 3 pounds] go fishing, here Is the fish / I

n Strt firm Ftri t Cnmlty l'unu! '! I I vaate, Mrs. H. Clark, Mrs. John are host.s.The being caught in Alto Lake of the week. :, Mitt: -
Bird, and: Mrs. .Regina' Schu- -BAPTIST Pastoral Relations Committee while lie was Bass fishing.Shlpman's Fish Of The Week *
ber. wiU Camp also reports "Warmouth"Warinouth l
I First Baptist Church Rev. meet Friday at 1j
.. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. An- Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday -- 7:30: p. m. in the'-'- _lI'Pllnur"hln.,._n.*...!_ good catches. Those another member I .1- "t.e'4
i School 9:45: a. m. Worship Hall. This is an Important [ catching fish from Gainesvillewere of the Sunfish family, Is ., .," .. ,
I I Services 11 and meeting. : Dick Snyder8 Bass sometimes referred to as I Ask '
a. m. -'
-_ Serving: Florida 7:30: p. m. Training 'Union The Fourth Quarterly Conference the largest weighing 7 pounds: "Doggie-eye" and or "War- : a. : ;'.,
Since 1930 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leland32 mouth bass." They are purely I E. ;
6:30: p. m. Nursery open for will be held next Sunday -
Specs: Everett Whitcomb -25 a fish of Southern waters, and
all services. evening at 7:30
c97onk S in the
a f.ang gndm ., Fellowship Hall. Report blanksare Specs; Mr and Mrs. Giles may be compared to Rock CharleyJohns
CATHOLIC Grossman-28 Specs: Ed Pad- Bass which are found In
.. available
from
the
pastor.
I 7"" .. ., .. St. William's Church-Sun- Rev. John Sikes will conductthe gett and party had 22 Specs Northern and Eastern waters 'L

day Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday Conference and will and 5 Bass. Those fishing (streams'! and lakes.] t-

Mass and Novena 7 p. m.COMMUNITY a word about the say from Jacksonville! were: Mr. Warmouth are rated as one 'J
Mrs.\ Carolyn CordiallyWelcomes .-.- : CHURCH from the pastor'swithdrawal and Mrs. Tony Tetruccl 30 of the most popular, and most ,
professional '
Eaves Sunday School 9:40: a. m..1 ministry. Specs; Johnny Morgan and sought after panflsh found in About this question: .y .-

Representative Morning Worship, 11 a. m., Mission Study continues at Paul Seville-44 Specs: and Florida. They are foundi "I'm impressed with the
Nursery at 11 o'clock service Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Meekln In mud-bottomed lakes and L
.. Ph. 964-5812 You and Your Methodist Church. Homeowners that
only. Rev. Leon F. Mllner. Sandwich 27 Specs. From Ocala, Mr. and canals, but are not often Policy
122 N. Bay St Family to Your pastor. own] begins supper at [bring your Mrs. :Harold Reddish::\ 35 I gives theft and family THE INDESCRIbABLE Unifrex M3
6:15. ,
Starke New Home -EPISCOPALSt. is invited to this:study Everyone each, Specs;; from Perry, Mr. and r'I J I.. 1Don't I:I with liability fire and protection full extended.coverage. along Compare these outstanding features! Large capacity
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Anne's Church. Morning Sunday. lists 10-totals 11. Credit balance, fast ((180
The State of Florida' Prayer and Sermon. 1st 3rd,'I Next Sunday an offering daughter and son-in-law, I Does this mean cycles/mln.), standard. roomy keyboard, light even
-. wUl be.received..tarthe that tornado and wind- touch, size- no larger than a telephone weighs just
One II
and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a.'m.' Beverly and Hugh Fletcher
enclosed for
Ibs. motor bar, roll
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It is Our Desire' To Make You Feel Welcome and Great Hour of Sharing. I storm damage would be 8'/4 well-placed paper
Holy Eucharist and sermon and\! their new son in Gaines- true portability, handsome carrying casa included. A
To Acquaint You With Your City.If 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a. m. [Nursery ville. Congratulations to the paid to the full value of sensational, quality-built portable machine for years of
open for all services.] Fletchers, and the Hlltons.] I I the policy?" trouble.fro* service.TERMS AVAILABLE'

Dally offices of Morning and INDIAN Preacher and Marian Win-
: you are new in the area, a phone I BEACH
Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and 6 ters and daughter, Glnny of Charley E. Johns

call will bring you a prompt visit I p. in. Rev. William I. Jones Jacksonville, were down over, Agency Only 109.50
I the weekend and attended the
TFrom
from your local( ho tess. Plsas-e! give -LUTHERANVleai" !I prcreedln Page! Horse Show In Gainesville. I 131 S. Walnut St.

the: da'ywith Owen Bryant Is home from Bradford County Telegraph
us.
her a call! She has maps and many Dhine Holy Worship Communion\ 11 am., 2nd. nlzht, another aunt and Thursday uncle I the hospital [Alachua General -, PHONE 9G4-5070 .
Sunday.
Clara and James! Sullivan of and Is feeling much bet'
free and wonderful] gifts for you Sunday. Services held each
Wlliston nt the ter. Guests over the weekend
sp
r night and
J from local businesses. Sunday at St. Anne's Epis-
Frldsv were: Mr Bryant's brother
morning
with
I copal Church. Richard Meyer, Saturday Far and us.Norman and sister-in-law, Mr. and Git Yourself r -j-- ....' ,.- .,....-- "" ..... .>..;.,.. ..... -. ." "" _

minister. Hamilton and daughters Mrs. Edwin Bryant of May- ., .} )' ,; _. '!
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Cathy and! Cindy--'--, .A.lnn-.....m' .wibji..<... port; his sister. Mrs. Estes of HawgTiedBy '' 'II ,.:{; (. :. ,,. 1

Fiv's mother, Corlne Hudson Gainesville; their daughterand Wild ClaimsBONANZA :For '
all onestopbanking : :
I from Gainesville scent the son-in-law, Helen and ,, ;(
nftprnoon with us. We were Frank Lacrosse and children .
also! visited by Jean C'f Gainesville; Mrs. Brvant's -
and Tony t,
NOTICESUBSCRIPTION 1 1I null and son Shawn of Keystone sister Mrs. Dadia of Ocala; I': 'i :
who and Mrs .
were McDaniel of Palat-
: supper guests.
( Tonv. Jean and I did a! little ka. Buy from a company e. .... .. .
that is ,, .
I
well known
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fishing from the dock but we Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voyles !' ,
: -
I had no luck. However, Cindy and daughter Peggy were vtsitlnsr C'mon in and get acquainted \ .%, .I

RATESDue caught a little bream on a Mr, Voyles' four sisters, with the guys
wltreler. In Columbia S. C.. Saturday'-with the red ties _

Mac, Betty and Chuck Mc- and attended a birthday din. .
Gowan of Jacksonville were ner for Mrs.\ Voyles' uncle H. ASK 'em to show you I _

to increased postal rates, newsprint prices and visiting the Jack Millers Sat- B. Harvey in Statesboro. Ga.,' the whopper 12 wide ., ,

urday. Lou and T. C were in Sunday. -64 long Featuring. 3 ,f
other costs, subscription prices of The Telegraph will Jacksonville last Monday[ see- I would like to wish a Happy -I Bit, I'/i' Baths Intro- F ,.
ing Dr. Hastings and planning Birthday to three very duced in the Floridaarea

be advanced slightly effective March 15, 1968. Subscriptions ': surgery for T. C. in April. special people this week: thru the manufac- ,y < : :
Mrs. Jo Strandberg has Mr. James Chitty [Tuesday 19], turer for only

may be renewed at the present rate until ,and--- Mrs.-. Al.. Whener visiting Grandmother Copeland [Friday ::1 firi4
irom niCKneil, Ind., for a few 22.1 HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

that date.Subscription days. As Mrs. Strandberg was Well that wraps up another $4,995 .t < ,
I I coming in from the mailbox Indian Beach News Report.

the other day, she slipped in For those of you who didn't ','; '.. ., ; ', r //.Ii

Rates Effective March 15 1968'IN kle the yard and sorained an an- get out last weekend, youdon't FREE O. E. :, :
and skinned her nose. We know what you missed.If '1'' ,.'
hope she Is feeling better by we have many more week- q f&
STARKE AND TRADE AREA ( now. ends like it we can all go Automatic Washer with ... ...,. ft; .
I Mrs. Doris Wood and daughter -' swimming shortly.Since there'sno every mobile home sold ',. : iTi )

Kim of more news, here's Leeon. during March.
Seattle Wash., i
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LEEON'S CORNER I ,', ,
Flllmon
One Year -- $4.50 6 Months -- $$2.50 I y
and daughters.Rhoncia, Don- "Sprtnr Has Arrived" ( c
na and::\' Fettle of Tampa Mr. Spring has arrived, ":' )
J Jj I and Mrs. Denver Deverlck of As you can. tell. I :

3 Months$1.50$ I Bedford Lake. Mr. and Mrs. And I'm ao happy,
Fred I BONANZA
Swearingen and Mrs. I think: I'll Just yell.

Clemmie Greek of Jacksonville Spring is that wonderful I M BILEfri'7I '
all enjoyed a fish fry at Time of the year. ....... see us..we're a Full Service BanIYou'n
;
j OUTSIDE TRADE AREA the home of Pete and Joyce When all the little animals

Barton and son. George. Mrs. Start to appear. I the convenience of
love
one-stop
banking with
Wood and the Flllmons The birds singing. I us. We'll save

One Year -- $$5.00 6 Months -- $$2.75 weekend guests at the Bar were The And sky the is sun are blue.is shining. I''I financial you time,needs save you in one steps.visit.Take Your care Checking of all your Account personal,Savings and Account business.

tons'Mr.. and Mrs. James Kin- For me and for you. Mortgage, Auto Loan .._.to name just a tew."Stop.-k> soon and enjoy
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chen and sons, Jimmy and: Winter la ever, I 4he difference.. _. :) -

s f 3 Months $$1.75You Larry and friend Jimmy Coleman And I'm so glad. Open Daily 9 a.m.-8 p.m.


pJ of Jacksonville, were I just didn't like I Sun. 1 p.m. 8 p.m.
t : down enjoying our lovely That bad! weather we've had. I
\ e-p : weekend weather The fish are biting. 4431 N. W. 13th St. FLORIDA

; may renew now rate of $4 Mrs. Clemmie Greek: was a Once again. Gainesville
weekend guest of her daughter -I And a big ole Bass. 372-4383 372-4285
year, or $2.25 for six months (in trade area) $4.50 and son-in-law, Corine Is a welcomed friend. I .. .

per year or $2.50 for six months (outside trade area).* and Fred Thieman. It's not too hot I Area's largest Volume mumMember: ; ': ))4..1'. 'S'T"lAR'K: ; E '
I hear that the B:gllsh HI1- And it's not too cold. Dealer .. ,

tons are going to bring a new People enjoy Spring I
I 12 by 60 foot trailer home to No matter how old. BANK FINANCING"Just Federal Deposit Insurance
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH put on their lot. So. I guesswe So, I'd shoot off the fireworks Look For The Corp.

will be seeing more of And give a.big cheer. Tall Cowboy" One of 30 Banks of the Florida National
them shortly.: Mrs. Hilton Is If we could have Spring-time,j Group

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Class Milton C Ellerson, son Girls, ages 10 to 15. /who McCarty of 811ft'111IU1,' Miss. dren., Duane and Jan, and MissMal' PBOPUSED CONCTrrVTZO v.&L .Ututlon to' permit appointment
Colored Citizens a1td'emmett.Aln'\d1r&\ ot StlUke'; )' Lou Gnann were shopping ,,:t"'IJ'IIJo"T TO PJo1 varEapy ot the superintendent ot schools
&I Dell ed
iMI' andMre'! Oecat" ,would hke-tophlTCitp t".etI8\1I !! MAY .1, IIKIH In e.oh district.ne .
News Starke. Softball, are asked to meet at who .... recrentl returned In, Jacksonville Friday With Your County Agent NOTICE OF It resolved. by the Le",18lature' -
The bride Is s graduate of the Playground at 4 Po m. from duty !In Vietnam.' even In&. SPECIAL! t.t..ECTJON'VIU'kfJUI. otI"RH. of the flt..t.'of Florida
: the Lpgis/aturs/ foltowlnr amendment
the
and Mrs !Mr. and Mrs. That
RJE High School, Daytona Wednesday Apr 17. Mrs June Norman Percy Sullivan I under the. Constitution ofIsar to H.'tlon a 01 Article" XU or
Junior College,.and Broward .Any adult who would Ilk. to Imogene Bryan, members who of Palatka, Harold Hills of! .,t. the "State' or Florida. the State CnnRtltullon I. agreed
were 'both recent 'Patlenta,' at Jacksonville Beach and Ms FAIR weather for FAIR until Sunday /before you have p.LRNPd' Smafp. J..lnt Resolution to, that three-Courth. ((8.4) or
t COunty Electro -Mechanics coach a team In the League Number" d .X(6H( ) proposing. an all members .
Hospital. have/ daughter, .MIlls Ann Mills TIME next week in Bradford with doctor
Bradford of 8n appointment
,School, Fort Lauderdale She 1.s asked to contact Mr. Jack1ICJnt'at.tJ18 County your nnwllrnpnl In the Con Stitution at the house ot ReprMentstlree
( I 1.s returned to their homes and Atlanta, were Saturday visitors County. March 27th Is the date to start taking it oft. Wed- or the, Rlnte nr Florida, and It determine that an emerll'oneyrequlrlnll'
now employed at General Recreation center
are doing well Itf Percy Sullivan Jr, and. family and about 11 AM is the tlmo. nosday morning I stepped on was n"ro-.o,. 10 by a vote ofthr..rntrIin .n early derleiM by
Electric tit Pompano Beaah. from 4 to 8 p. m. daily vol.' or all the the electors of Cite State exists
.l The I Shower and Miss Dorothy MllIs. The great successful opening the scales and did not need my members 1.t.1. 10 each house. and that said amendment b.
groom Is a gradullot.e, of 'The Stark" Tigers baseball Belated be bifocals I 'he. voles avid Jolnl(0.."- .100101'1 of
Seventeen Erie>l d. were present Happy Birthday activity will again under to read that had on submitted too the
WE H1gb.,, ',:.liichoOl, Dvtona !team is praotlcl daily at lotion were entered upon their Jo'lu11I1I, for ratification or re-
wlshe to Tammy Hersey, who the direction ot' the Starke Ro- lust only half a pound. Then
at the ba shower given .
Junior! College., Ads "' ''I>o"tlJournnlo.. with the ''Jo"tlon at a. special election to
.nd Flgrida ; the RJE baseball field start- by ladles of il..Jpe' Church for was 4 years old on Saturday, tary Club Ttelr 'big fish-fry, I prepared myself for the IItUe i yeas and nKY' thereon and b. held on May 7, 1968. and,
M UntversltY.\Talll1huaee'i' tnlr '., a Po, m. Old and new I Mrs Glenda Hagen, and her March 16. observing annual Rural-Urban professional lecture I received they did determine and directthat Ihlll publllJntlou of nodes" beelven
He the .Rld Joint R..olutlon
Is ; -,. players are asked to come out. baby daughters\ Sony Anson, Mr; and Mrs Cleveland Sui- Day, Is always sure to attract from my doctor. be submitted," to the electors ot : ofchneU
stead Fla.. ," at the church educational liven were host* at a birthday between' lClOO and 2,000 people.Right It you have a plum tree and the alma. or 1"1'"I/11l/ al a Rpeclal1Iertlon .. H.'lIon: terms 8. Superintendent- .

The wadding wllhbe, heW at SFICEMAN I ..,.... ; building Tuesda evening dinner last Wednesday evening after this program Is If you like plums 111ce lUke' 1968 to ho held nn Ioy 7. In each, school district there
7"1'0'' > :
Mount Plsgah AM1C: : Church at concluded by Rotary President plums .- will try to keep shall b" a superintendent ofschools.
'. Mar. 12. Delicious refreshments honoring Mrll. Marlon (Ruby) you NOW; TJfEUtFOIF: 1 r. TO1fAlAMV He shall b. elected asprovhlod '
r ;, 4 p. m. on March 24. All ;'1. were erved and ,game prizes Sullivan Others present were George Pierce, thl\big Bradford them free of the plum curculloTo fI""rotory hereby of. the .State by law: Jn each yearthe
ot 'I".hln, In
I ,' frler.ds arty relatives ere !twit- qr i. .:' .14T were won ''by Mrs. Margie Marlon Sullivan, Mr and Mrs.l Couny Fair will officially open most of liS this Is just Nee that s special" ol".tlon Rly will no. nllmher or which I. a multIIle -
.t or
fouryears
f .t .. ed. A reception will be held ""l Packham and Mary Alice De- Percy Sullivan! Jr., and Percy for three and a half days of plain keeping the worms out .he hel,1, In PII'h (''''lnty In 11'10rill. :oC or four. when for provided a term Iy local -
;! following.the ceremony, at Witt. DI, and Felix Sulllv, action. Nearly! 100 filled exhibit ;. of the plums. .. on the Hwrnth day ofbisy law approved, ly vote ''JG the
1958 for the
1 ratification
;t_ : 7. the home of Mrs Margaret '4T 4TN! Community 110:11"Community : Mr. and Mrs. Don Sel..ler spaces, livestock show Plum trees, peach trees, pear or lprtlon ot the said. Joint Ocetura the superintendent" oC the school ot district,eh, ..Ia,

,l 11r Parks j; residents ot all of Melrose] were dinner guests and judging, talent show, queen trees, etc. are nearing full Resnlutlnn propo.lnan am..n.lnlpnl hall b. employed, by the Seh 01
RECREATION NEWS of Mr and Ml's. Sullivan contest and horse show are bloom. the first nf. the, Constitution. of the hoard. o. provlol.,1. by law Such
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parka, a ages are! Invited to participate Percy Apply spray !Itllt": .C I'lorhl.1. : I..cal. law may be repealed by
of Starke, announce the mar- 'I Llttlea League baseball prac- In the recreation period held Jr., Thursday evening.Mr among the special attractions when most ot these first bloom N", ISICNATII vote ot Ibo electors only after

riage of their daughter, Miss tice will,be held Monday, Apr. each Monday..nlght..t, the The- and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan This 'Is an Indication of the. petals have fallen. Then to be :: r.n JOLT: :05.X(51)P..nr.UTIOol( II has been. In effect for three

15. at .4. Po m. ;All boys 10 to vY.l Community House begin- visited her sister, Mrs. W. variety from opening to etaslag. sure, In about a week or ten A Joint npanhllinn yesre.Ut district where
Parks ressa 8eltool
Beatrice Airman 1st
to any
15. are invited to attends B. In White second and an emonIm"nt, to Section :conlot I I
.l a ning at 7 o'clockJ Enter a Feagle, Springs days apply a spray, the office of superintendent I"
Arlie-I. XII nr the state
L game of softball basketball: Wednesday.RECREATION. Welwant to put extra empha. then maybe. ten days to two appointive on the effective hall dateof

or plngpong, or just alt and ale on a first and special event. weeks l later give the tree. a ,'ontlnuo this au amendment until its" status It I"

1 watch your more athletic Our livestock judging has al- third sfIJs!!. A fourth application changed In accordance with this
i ways 'been a pert of the Fair may ''be needed In two or three see,I'>n.IN ,
nelgh'bora.
A RemInder but we have never had the va- weeks It you have a late ma- OSc r hay.TFSTFMONY hereunto snt WHEREOF my harm'

To There..sa residents who NEWS riety of classes, nor have we turing variety. Always remember nod ..rlx",1 the Orent Sent oC.
had It at 7:30: on Wednesday the Stnh' or Florlolll at Tallahnsepc
If
that apply a
Elecrlc you
members of the Clay ,
are the ('lIpltlLl. this the 7thday
Annual night OUr livestock show arena and It rains noon after :t6661 .
Co.opel'atlve, Inc.: starke National Guard spray ur March A.P. 1968
meeting Is scheduled for Thurs- Champs Of City will Beat between 350 to 400 you finish then you should re- Tom secretary Adams or Rtll'

r day, ''March 28" at the office The Starke Tournamen'l people. Animals will be paraded pent the next day. 3-14 'Uu

In Keystone Heights, begin- emerged Into the arena for judging Malathion and Sevin are the

I ring at 9 a.m. Ja addition< tobusln.ess CityWide Basketball Tournament -I and champion picking. DI'. Bill two moat< popular materials.'I
Leroy Thomas Jr SOD ofMr. which Jackson, one of our livestock
on the agenda Mixing will depend on strength
to earn the championship -
and Mrs. Leroy Thomas I. of interest to all members,, specialist with the Agricultural ot wctta.blo powder or liquid Hear Allan 1illedge
trophy
Sr, has completed basic NavY enjoy music and \ertalnment\ \ Extension Service, will be the concentrate. If directions are i
starke Chrysler !Plymouth
'because
training at Great Lakes, Ill as well as a free luncheon. man-on-the-spot we not clear on the package then I
He will return to Great Lakes Personals. met the Guard In the finals will watch him as he Is placing a contact with our office In'' State Chairman Concerned Democrats
and the 1968 League champ- the animals In their
after two weeks furlough, and Dinner guests of Mr. and proper Starke or your County Officeis explain :
Ions out second best tn
has been assigned to duty as Mrs .1. D. Grlffl, and family came : placps. sure worth the effort In hoping -
the tourney, bowing to the I'alr; Manager Pete Novak .
Mrs. will\ '
Recruit Petty Officer let on Sunday were Mr. and that you have curcuIia
Guard 30-43. hall spent many hours. thinking J. The need for new nl1tiol1'8l leadership
Class, 2Dd1 Platoon Leader. Heis R. G. Zelgter lot GaInesville, flee! fruit.MIMEO .
''a1ld Mr. In the opening game of the and talking, and still has a I I
a graduate of RJE Hl6ih Mrs Rhoda Dampier, In 2. 'J'he need for a reexamination of U.S policy In
School. and Mrs. W. E. Dampier.Mr. tourney Thursday nlg11t, few hours to go gettingready i I ...
and Mrs .1. J. Lee visIted March 14. Starke Chrysler to cut the ribbon next STENCILS. and ink.'' Vietnam
X-RAYS
FREE CHEST '
Live Oak Plymouth spotted Southern Wednesday Watch the papers JupUt.'I&Unl& machines and
The Free Chest X-ray unit his parents in I' 3. The to return America to its real priorities
P Sunday. DIScount a 15 point handicap for d11l! yevents. Lots of attractions supplies Bradford County way
will be at RJE High School on
4 Mrs L. 'K. Childs visited her but still managed to post a 79- to attract you. Telel'rupt.
Wednesday. Apr. 3, from 2:30: In 'flllluh""Pl' 1..I..rul I'Ilwlnrc" and Loan Association auditorium -
daughter, Marie Taylor, 41 vtotory In the second! game
to 3:30: p. m. All persons .18 Sunday.Mr '. March 14 Jackson Builders' Very seldom do I give personal H 1'\1.: larch 261h, Tallahassee. -
Gainesville
IF WE JON'T HAVE IT.
to advise.I .
years or over are urged Information and
4yti{ and Mrs .Ben Matthews Supplies spotted Terwlllepr Politienl I nrtvertlsl'me.nt lor Concerned Democrats
bt, a+ take'' advantage of this tree would like to break in here, we'll get 1& for you. Office paid by ,
of Hawthorne visited her Bunt Motors 10 polnta and had to Supplies, Furniture, Equipment. -, Second Congressional District, 421 N. Calhoun St., TallahORee. -
service for your own protec- and uncle, Mr and :Mrs. Price work to whip the game boys however and suggest If you Flul'lda 3230-1; Telephone 222-0859 ((904)
Bradford County
.o .$ww.n..........,'' tion. Fisher, on Sunday afternoon of Terwillellar Pord. Jackson are ever confronted with the I' -
SPECIAL MUSIC Bennett, problem of taking off four Telel'rapb. I (pd. p01 adv.)
Mr and Mrs Jasper had' to come with a good ''
up
If you refuse to drive a Volkswagen because The Thomas Singers of and daughter Alice and John second effort to earn a f6-40 pounds or 'weight, do not W41\ .

U's ugly, we can't help you. Jacksonville will be featured Hurst,. all or Clearwater,.viaitad victory. .-

If(you refuse to drive a Volkswagen because at the FIrst Born Church of Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan In tourney action Friday,1
the Living God on Sunday, Saturday!
lWeekend.
you have, eight kids and it Isn't big enough, you March 24, at 8 The pub- this of the sum- March 15, Boatdraln Baptist I
p. m. visitors
evening '
have our sympathy.If lic Is cordially Invlted.--Zeph- vans were Mr. and Mrs, Percy of Church the pulled tourney the with only a 48.45 upset \\"l@illJPLllfillOO[ [ ( (ID EiDT YOUR FINEST WORK EVER

you refuse to drive a Volkswagen because anlah Lane, reporter. Sullivan ot 'Palatka.Mra. Fe win over highly regarded Bald-

It Isn't fancy enough, that's for you to decide. ........ Kobatt of Santa' E. win Chevrolet. Baldwin;! spot-
evTry ...... Lake visited MI'. and Mrs. ,
But If you refuse to drive t a Volkswagen because B. Sibley on Tuellday. On ted Boatdraln a 10' point 1TOUll f[]] REVOLUTIONARY t iBZI ELECTRIC
the third
you're used to an automatic transmission, THERESSABy Thursday Mr. and fra. Sibley handicap! out by I
had this d1 -
period overcome
listen carefully. and her sisters, HI''' H. E.
and Mrs. B. C. Powell advantage only to bow oath
Moorer I
Now you can drive a Volkswagen all over Dorothy Mills of Miami, visited cousins Mr. the late minutes of the game.

town without shifting. rhone 413-4518 and Mrs. Carlos Youl1gblood In The second game saw the u I

We call this new option the automatic stick "ytVhope ...y..y..y Wl1l1l1ton. Leaving WllIlllton National Guard team have a I .
Bib- trouble tn downing a
Friday, they visited MI' little I I'

shift.And Baptist Church leY'4 sister, Mrs L. L. Young- game but outmanned Hurst Produces

In true Volkswagen fashion, a bug with Sunday 'Schobl, 10 a.n.: .blood, In Tam'P&' and on Sat- Shell Service Station 80- 5.

on automatic stick shift will deliver up to 25 Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; urday visited Mr: and Mrs. In action which took pIace' typing thai i

miles oa a gallon of use little oil and Training Union, 6:30: p.m.; Johnny 'Mayo at Bake 'Panas- on Saturday. March 18, Starke
gas, very Moorer looks literPrinting
Evening Worship, 7:15: p.m koolla. On Sunday, Hn. Chrysler Plymouth ran Into
nary drop of water or antifreeze. Wednesday evening Prayer and Mr. Powell returned trouble with Jackson Builders I I

But just because we've made it easy to drive, Service begins at 7:30 p.m to Miami and the Sibley' before posting a 34-25 win. In I

doesn't mean we're about to make It any prettier with choir practice following daughter and granddaughter, the second game the Guard
the service The Bible Club, for Mn. Charles C. Johns and little polished off Boatdraln -52-28
or any bigger, or any fancier. So we gradell 1 through e, meets Chris, visited them. In warming up for the! flnaIs. I

imagine some people will still refuse to drive I Monday afternoon after school. Grady Williamson and mother In, the Championship game i ew 't _,4

Volkswagens. I Sunday School attendance Mrs. Florence Johns, visited played Sunday, March 17, a i t N hMY I

You can't win them all. was 89 and a farce number her sister, Mrs. Minnie Harris surprise finish was In store. i '

i was present to welcome Rev. { and family In Waldo Sun- The two teams Involved bOth '

Merle Packham back at morn- scoring offenses I
featured high
day.Merle
MILLERBROWNMOTORS Ing worship. Packham Jr? visited
but this one turned out to the I' t
The church welcomes a new Miss Gall Christoffel's at River- tournament I
low score of the ,.
member, Miss Alma Akridge, side Hospital in Jacksonville
defensive
both teams played tight I
IHe. Her friends here are as I 9
'U "O i who came Into the church at Thursday. ft"
Starke Chrysler
; ball.
the Sunday evening service by glad to know that she Is recovering 1 r I
ONE MILE NORTH OF TilE MALL Ifttter from Madison Street satisfactorily from In- led at half time 15-12 but I'i
able to score only 8
Baptlllt Church In Starke juries sustained In a recent were
Phone 37&.4552 Gainesville Fla. Visitors at the Sunday eve- airplane crash. points In the second half

I ling service were Miss Ann Mrs. Chester Searle and chllIT'S while the Guard hit for 18 to III
,
post a 30-23 championship

I win I

Recreation Basketball Sea,

lion endBal4ball! A Softball
EASY TO WRITE '
being or-
; Programs are now I rlY

l'anlucJ. .]ai' ice a eWt' f

,. ESULT-PRGDUCING WANT ADS With tile Recreation Basket I

season now officiallY over --...

we are now concentrating on
softball and Baseball. Leagues I'

Follow these simile: rules to make your Want Ads bring better results,''" I will "organized classification In the and following are-


Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship In print.. I groups: softball 'SMITHCORONA'SECRETA1iIAL315\
Men' Blow pitch
Write your Want Ad In the same friendly style you use when telIinl Pour teams have already re-

gistered with the Recreation
friends and neighbors! about what you have to offer. Dept. The deadline for ,

Ina a team will be enter-I .

Don't Abbreviates Don't be PelUl -W1M and Po1Ul4l- .It pre-seuon tournament
I Typew.riter111e
Foolish been schedUled for March 29- Elec.tric

Surveys and studies prove that most 30 with the round robin schedule .
Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common gen.n to eUm'-. to open April 2.Women' .

stand abbreviations. Make !It easy for nate UJIJ1eeded wor4a from your: Want s. Slow pitch softball .

people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you' don't ruin the I The first ol'llanlzatlonal h ? brand ..e-Sec retartar S15 III wnhoat ..... Designed and bttnt endkire. inii 10,

don't keep them gulng with abbrevl- effectiveness of :Jour Want Ad by mak- .. i meeting ,will be held at the l question the llnest typewriter ever made. a variety 01 colors that enhance its dramatic

atioD" log It 1n.complete. Remember, you're not old Armory building Monday, Your secretary will take new pride, not only modem Dnes, k represents the ultimate intl

placing a Want Ad to March 2ti. at '7:30 p. m. work the 315 turns out proficiency and appearance
Put Yourself In the J>ro pc'C" Shoes: save money ; Girl's powder Putt Softball the quality off the
;you're In.tertlngyOUl': lid to get results 13 through but In a personalized machine that becomes
ages thousands of
AIl girls It Incorporates engineering
GIve full information and all the deand make mon.,. Making your" ad too
school l who are Interested here to Its retecUon! of the aura
talIa about what you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lose high truly e e even changes and Improvements over traditional

Describe your offering 1n. benefit terms ;you dollar. 10 results. I In participating in to the this league Little of her own personal perfumes typewriter construction:
'should report
offer
why yoU
prospects
tell
;"ilsflea their needs. Give sizes, dlmen- And It is Easy To Order Your A0. I League Ban field on West This new SmJ1h-Corona Secretarial 31ST" See the new 315 SCM today ., come III'

stone, capacity, condition, advantages. TraIned( competent Want Ad.Vlsors will Pratt st. Monday, March 25, creates a dimension of typing performance with your secretary, and let her show you the

And dOD.t forget price I Want Ac1.s help you word your ad for beat poSe at Bantam 4:00: p.Boys m. Baseball never before believed possible on a type- quality of the work she can produce with It.
50% less effective sable. result. All
without price are you do La pick up your 10, 11. d. 12.
AU boys ages
with telephone and 40 the
price. they
than ads rest
Registration day. March 25.win begin Mon- Priced at $315 Little More than a Manual

Only $1 For 15 Words : Junior Boys Ba.lebalJ '

Boys ages 13, 14 It 15. Re.gistratlon .. J See It NOW At The

will begin Monday,

March 25,

: CLASSIFIED I '. ADS .;. I CERuDCS
TELEGRAPH BRADFORD
.. Ceramics classes win not be COUNJYTELEGRAPH

held this coming Monday

GET RESULTS i night and Thursday night I
Wednesday'I
March 25 and 28.

morning sessions, March 27, I

PHONE 964-6305 will be held a' scheduled. EfecUve !-
April I, Monday night

sessions Will be deleted until

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1 ': THURSDAY, MARCllt 21, 1068
RRACFOKD CWtTNTY
FLORIDA
"ef'tlnn Three Pore FO'lIr TELFGRAFTI. HTARICT3.

I
Itnt+ttttvllttetttttttt'' of the facilities available to J. W. Prlester,father of Mrs. can who, just In the nick of I .
Hampton. The field is nearly eiarlc Adklns. is in the time, rescues his own wife as ,I
HAMPTON completed and will be readyto Frasier Memorial Hospital in well as a number of other I
use for summer recreation.New Macclenny. we wish him a beautiful young women from 1 '
Post Office speedy recovery. Visiting Mrs. behind the barred doorsof

By. Mrs.. ..... Mary. William Several weeks ago a notice Adkins is her sister Mrs Jean a notorious house of Ill- ,
;.u..... ..+......+.s appeared in the papers that Voss of Utah. fame in the wide-open sincityof

S \ ':Council Meeting Hampton would be getting a Among those from Hampton Tanslers. The film was
The City Councl met on new Post Office. The Govern who attended! the wedding of made entirely on location In
Mar. 13 with all members present merit will not build these Joyce Conklin end Donnie Morocco and Spain.
oO and Arnold Haddock, buildings but are asking forbids I Thompson on Saturday nightin A double feature Friday and
relay Haddock and MI'a. T. J. from interested parties I II Starke were Mr. and Mrs. Saturday March 22-23, will
'Alderman as guest I that would like to build one Don Hill and Wendy. Mr. and star Michael Caine in "Billion a
I "; Councilman R. J. Williams and rent it to them to submit Mrs. W D. Carter. Mrs R L Dollar Brain," screen versionof
'..was appointed to be in chargeof bids by April 1. We hope that Brown, Mrs. Barbara Carter Len DelRhton's book which
and the one to see about someone will submit a bid and and Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Paul continues the adventures of
:'7:':.a lot !in the Hampton Cemetery help Hampton grow. Estes Mrs. Rose Lassiter and Harry Palmer, secret agent PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 9&
as soon as lots are plot- PERSONALS I Nance. Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks begun in "The Ipcress File'
::'ed. Lawrence P. Meng. son of and Laurie Phylls Griffin, and "Funeral in Berlin." It Quantity Rights .Reserved '
... Any one Interested !In mow-I Mr. and! Mrs. Francis Meng Mrs. Lorlne Youngblood, San also stars Karl Maiden Fran 238 S. Walnut St. Sturke Fla
I=,Jng for the city please submit' joined the Air Force and Is dy and Elaine Youngblood', coise Dorleac Ed Begley and
..your bid to the Council by taking his training at Lack- Jo Ann Salter and Virginia Calne'a younger brother Stanley .
lOc FROZEN FOOD SALE
April. 1. land APB. Texas. Brown. Mrs. Jo Ann Estes ser is introduced to screen i '
: Reopening the City Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark received ved as one of the bride's at audiences Garden Peas or Mixed Vegetables 1
recreation was discussed and word last week from tendants.Mrs. John Wayne and Robert '
Spruigllma Brand 8 to 10-oa. Pkffi _
;=motion was made by R. J. their son. Buddy who was Injured Inez Coleman and sons Mltchum co-star Friday and :. ,. 1 .'" FOOD :?: ,j
-Williams: and seconded by In Viet Nam. that he were visiting Mrs. Leila Cox Saturday in the superb western EACH lOc } FAIR ,
=
:'Wesley Griffin to permit use would be back in the states on Sunday. "El Dorado." The film also {II-'
i Msf the hall for recreation on this week and would be at the Mr. and Mrs A. O. Pope of features beautiful Charlene SUNM/llll PEACH, I'INEAPPLE. 4'\'; JJ'on t
\ weekends Council approved if closest hospital near home. Eau Gallle are spending two Holt as the feminine interest, BLACKBERRY g.a.k (Y .' t'r .
I M>proper supervision Is provided. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Wil weeks at their hor>\e here. James Caan Michele, and PKRKKRVEH( : '" GRAPH JAM, ORANGE '\ I
"Council agreed to loan Ping liamson held a family get together Mrs. Ethel Swindell >Is home Arthur Hunnicutt. !MARMALADE OR BLACKBERRY: JELLY'. tlV.l.. ( !1 __ _
i .,;Pong table to school. at their home on Sat- after spending last week at 3 18OZ. JARS $1.00 ,' '.B. ttus!. $., ':.Y. :..''ls YE P TO '27* ,U-U.S.. cHOICF ITlMERCHJUfTS f I
..< Fines for traffic violations, urday night and those presentwere the Medical Center In Gainesville CARD OF THANKS .. .:f/o./ :
=civll] disorders and etc was L V. Williamson and where she has an eye op Our heartfelt thanks to all ._--- .-.._._----- .' 0. SDA' 'j r

,iwcubmlUed by rules, laws and family of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. eration. who extended comforting sym I LYKES 4oz. Cans I -::M,... ." E.AK 5'\
-rdinanca> committees. These Ollie Williamson and family' Mrs. Juanita Green entered pathy and help in our recent : .,-* '".J' : ; 'ChOICE' "' :.ST. ; ,
Mwlll be posted at City Hall. of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ivan the Alachua General Hospital sorrow. For the beautiful service V.ennaSausage 5 for $1.00SAVK ..::. '" '. ," .
( Council noted that Softball Williamson of Sanford Irwin In Gainesville on Monday:! and I floral offerings and ': : ihitp ;ilro I '"
; 'r .IRLOIM
;?season will soon be under Williamson of Live Oak. and other kindnesses we are deeply 3to SLIM JEW FROZEN" GREEN: STAMPS ; I.
way will be there for a week. : / WMnUruw/ ,.>.*VKv.-U, : ,(f usiijY ipbidl', FULL COT
,-and as yet no evidence of or- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Glisson grateful. Wife, Sue Thomas ,
Ardell Brannen of Bedford /'p'10" '
up
/ /
Shoe Potatoes / children Donnie and Ste- String ;r ': ;! ROUND OB ,.
W. W.
:franlzlng a team has been and son Mr. and Mrs. Lake visited his aunt Mrs. T. and .. fRENCH I .STICK I bred t/ knew
.
(shown. Men and Women are I Williamson and Mrs. Johnson F. Brown, He is In phanie. ." . .. : irp BONIUSS
Sunday. plan .r.oz.
? : G,
20 Poly Bag 4 for $1.00 ._ ..._ .. ... ......
;
ncouraged to take advantage all of Hampton. .t ,I.U'61 ,
I the Air For?s and stationedat _,.._ .ltIO>: u oE J__ '..". ".. ._ .
.wW Montgomery. Ala SAVE 45c ISy9-oz. Cans Dixie Chef .. .. ., ..... ,. -. .-"vrYr. .". .y--,-.?"....... ?-- -,,". :
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall RUBBER Bradford STAMPS Telegraph and Chill: with Benns or Spaghetti and f LEAN 1st CUT.RIB ;; 'U.S. CHOICE BEEf tHUdK'MEAT .
Pads. County
..
celebrated their 43rd wedding ,
last Ph. 904-0303. BALLS 5 for $1.00 I : : -
anniversary Thursday. PORK 58.1I.OOK
They were joined bv Mr. and! I '5.T' 'E"A" K- .
;
LREV.IV AL Mrs. Harrison of Starke for -I-V-.'r11N11'V'rY ."'UII N'Ii! UIIAT lOc WILL BUY! I. :' ..",r,' ; .? ...IB.

supper !in Gainesville. ('o. MT 1% AMI KOII 1111.\fl- 15 1 "' 'T''- '
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. ('Cope-' FOliO COt.NTV.: FT.14, !.-NO.,01111)1-M'Jl,.%! Vegetables % -oz. can lOc CHO.P.5. AZALEA',.SMqKED. 'SMALL' .LINKS CATCH WEIGHTS

land of Valdosta Ga.. were TN RR: ESTATE: OF Hallmark" Brand Early June Pea. : 1':** f tBREAKSTONES '
: : AT THECHURCH vlstlng Mr. and Mrs. Lynn DONALD...... flNo'rl'I'M. CUIUII'J'OFFJo1TtS.Dec. : Ruby Ionian, Dluckeye.I Peas, Great North: C ,. 'F :!-' : .5' 'A"'G', E. .69 "
\ Hall several days this week. ] TO tllKIMTOII: Pry -UPlinK. '.' .5'U. La
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks To all creditors and all pvri>nn 4"9' y
.
OF GOD having elalniH. .. or demands SAVE Ifie Fyne-Tex full strength : .
.. celebrated their 17th wedding agalnHt. .aid estate. ,18 ': i' : PINEAPPLE'' COTTAGECHEESE
anniversary on Monday.+ You, and each or you. are GiUlon Plastic .. 1
: : 422 N. St. Clair St. hereby notified find required/ topresent BLEACH 29c ( t .
-
.. uny clalnin and demandswhit :
4 3 Big Ones h you, or either of you FLASH ,FROZEN : ,'tc 29TUNA
r : may have ngalnnt the extols nl Sen C'ull n label 6oz.. Cans :
:MARCH 22 THROUGH MARCH 31 DOMAIN I :- M. CIIIU81'OF'F"'JHOI.decp"aod. ,/ | FULLY DRESSED ;..... :, tuP
\. ... .. Set At Florida] late. of nrnilfoiil, Countv .. t I
Floilclii' < to Ihn lion Thoron1 5 for $1.00I i : 'SLICED BEEF
: EACH EVENING .AT 7:30 A.- Yawn. Jr. County Jtidite of I I WHITING!
... "House of 1.000'D Ils] ." star Bradford; County, County Cuurthouse : -I LYKK'S :21-oz. Can ; 'tENDER .
.. In Sturke. Bradford Coun- .. .. i .
ring Vincent Price of horror .. '
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ty, Florida, within six month : : '
: P MESSAGES BY film fame along with beautiful from the date of the firm publication BEEF STEW.. 39cUanquet : IJIVER.. 39 ,
Martha Hyer and George of thin notice ... MU
Rev. Earl P. Paulk Sr. Nader >is the attraction at'the Each In writlnir claim or and dumanil muHt moathe ntatethe Frozen' s_ P.... i I.C;: r ,. .

Florida Theatre Sunday' offlco place ldreHif of reeldanreand of the' I'lulmant powt-. I I LB !"' : i MILD DAISY CHEESE : .. .,.. &,ab4
I .
Tuesday March 24-23. and mtittt n< he sworn to l Joy tlio I I MEAT PIES 6 for. $1.00 I _, : _,. 10. :, :, ... WEDGES .;.,
: RENOWNED BIBLE PREACHER Price portrays a stage claimant, hlB Rl ", or Itvltl become void'' Calm Spray Ponder 4-oz. Can SAVE 4.0.
magician who his thea-
':' OF ATLANTA GA. uses according to law. I'
trical trickery as a cloak of Kitrh. creditor Hbnll delivereutlclent DEODORANT 59c
evil, behlnd-the-scenes crim- coplen. of hl. claimto -

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