Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Retarded : ; : Rotary'sannual : ;;";

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Child, 3Missing ; u t i, rc k ttili ,. .

1 yrN Rural-Urban Day

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David Crews, three year Ur r' e'
old retarded son of Mrs

Connie Crews, of Starke,

was ubjoct of a massive 1 Y dWY Kicks Off Fair
t search Wednesday whenhe

disappeared from the

yard of Mrs. Clotie New- Counties such as Brad-

man on Peterson Road in 0/ ford should! make a deter- ti.S :

southeast Starke. 4 mined attempt to attract ; Aiu

Up'until dark Wednesday If industries that process ag-

,, the'seach: had been 4d riculture products, Congo

unsuccessful, but was sche- gr Don Fuqua told those attending -

duled to resume Thursday the Rotary Club's

morning.The 1 1r annual Rural-Urban Day m'sr '

child, who could hear, r;, X4.1 which kicks off the Brad-
but could not speak Intoiugibly. -
ford County Fair and
was epileptic and required -
medication three timesa Strawberry Festival. .
,>l !Fair officials estimated the t
day. Concern .
was expressedby ''a
Rotarians served more than. i iI
His mother and Mrs. Nowmnn Y
that he had missed two a 4' u t 2,509( free mullet dinners to a W
doses of his dally schedule huge crowd that massed before
the serving tables even before
Mrs. Newman had been carIng -
for the child for about the speaking was over. I ,

eight months during: the day' ,r f ,. Pretty Miss Joann Scott, a I IA
and sometimes at night Hit runner-up in the 1967 Straw-
mother an employee of Mitch- berry Queen Beauty Pageant, A

ell's ,Drug Store, hex. four cut a red ribbon. strung be-
other children and resides in a tween two posts in the horse Pretty Joann Scott snips a red ribbon to officially open the

trailer home on Highway 100 show arena to officially open 18th Annual Bradford (County Fair and Strawberry Festival as)
r. 'the fair around 1
West. pjn. Fair Manager Pete Novak, Ag CommlwUoner Doyle Conner, and
Mrs. Newman, said thtut; t the The Rotarians came to the Cong. Don Fuqua look on. The ribbon cutting also opened the
child barn, fairgrounds early Wednesday
was playing near a
Rotary Club's annual Rural-Urban Day Wednesday.
morning and immediately be-
about shortly 50 feet before from 10 the o'clock house,, This exhibit of Bradford County agriculture prod and County Agent George Huggins display a huge gan cooking hush puppies and

when she checked on him. ucts was judged Best All Round Exhibit of the Brad cabbage grown by Lloyd Bryan, readying 1,000 pounds of Cedar Bryan JohnsSecond S

When she looked again about ford County Fair Wednesday. Mrs. Claire Cupps Key mullet, caught Tuesday vs.

10 minutes later, she said the night, for the cooks. They ran
child had disappeared, and out of hush puppies and had
she notified the police.A only 40 pounds of mullet left. CommissionRace
searching party, estimated Only 800 pounds of mullet 'was
to Include from 150:; to 750OOQ'i iemodeling Job used at the 1967 fish fry.

200 persons, combed the woodsjn ': The potential for sale of Develops Tues.
the area around the home processed agricultural productsin
Florida is today
which in some places was almost '

) impassable with under- : and expanding every month, Competition developed in the .third race in the upcoming ....'
the Seen .Cong., Fuqua_ told the an "
Divers probed
biuah.. .".. '' : nc4r"! Fo.HSCompIexAn : nual Fair' opening day audl- May primaries Wednesday.n Ralph. Bryan,
depths o r' a borrow"pit, ence. The congressman said 35-year-old DuPont employee, qualified for the District

the home, which la 15 to 18 the Bradford 'Fair is an example 3, county commission post.

feet deep In water in some architect's sketch ofa of a county that i proud Final date for candidates to '
tha total of candidates to date
[Continued On Page Six] renovated( Bradford High of its progress and Is an Indication qualify for office is next Tuesday .
to 14.
of a community spirit 2.
School with costs estimated County, ; Commissioners Je-
that will succeed In attractingnew Five candidates qualified for
at $750,000$ was present and rome Johns, District 3, and
plants jobs. office since last week, bringingJames
County Court t to the School Hoard d Fuqua stated that Florida Chairman. Dave Shuford, District -

for study in a special farmers have demonstratedtime 1, qualified Tuesday
meeting Tuesday after- and again, they can produce March 26, along with County
Trial Docket noon, March 26 Y'r ever increasing harvestsbut Surveyor ,Merrill McMillan.
Board that the state has not kept 'School Board Member Rod-
Members Rodney Hall, ney Hall, District 4, qualifiedfor
pace by providing markets for
Seebn S
Goodman sand ChaIr-
Has 7 CasesJust man H A. Lawson : what can be produced. re-election Monday, March
Tom Supt. ; Commissioner of Agriculture 25./ 'He, as yet, has no oppo
Casey were high In the.lrpraIse sition.

seven cases! remain on Morgan.of the 'plan by ArchitectDon RI b d/ P ,0 v" Doyle Ceremonies Conner. acted for the as Master Rural- Both Shuford\ and Johns have

Urban affair aa he did in:1967. opposition, as does School
the calendar for trial in Coun- The renovation will be carried
ty Judge's Court today and out in stages! over several The commissioner was delayed Who Board qualified Member last Art week.HolUday,
Friday, March 28 and 29 years time. Only, $175,000 Is! because of an Agricultural Advisory his
Shuford 44, completing
There were originally 23 expected to be available In the r Council meeting in Tallahasaee
first term on the board is
cases on ,the lulcmiar for the coming year, and that depends +t ft :2 ; and did not arrive until
lt+ : ; almost 12:30.: opposed by veteran commissioner
three-diy trial term but 16 on the State Board, of Education ;
cases have already been disposed selling bond.. in the fare 2'' d }ti Fuqua, Jestingly, contradicted chairman Carl Prevail 74, !(a for-
mer of the board.
of by guilty pleas by the (>If tori ty's rising interest rate. that statement, telling Conner,
Prevatt served 12 on the
defendant Or dismissals by the But Supt, Tom Casey says he "We've already made up our years
commission until he
attorney, ha born., minds that you and Claude was un-
county prosecuting assured the bonds I
seated by Shuford in 1944.
Gene Shaw. Will BPll. (Gov. Kirk) were arguing over
I Shuford operates a service:station .-
would audit
who whose books
Action Wednesday was light First projects! to be started 1 in Lawtey. 'I .
ai all three defendants scheduled will probably be Improved Conner said that 40 county
The 'Shuford-Prevatt Is
for trial changed their lighting, Heating, and climate fairs are, celebrated each year race
rl Y, Around the state but is expected to be sharply con-
pleas to guilty. One trial actu- control In the existing BHS none Blackwhear tested.
ally got under way but defendant auditorium MO it can be used received better by the people
than the (Bradford fair. The Johns, 40, has drawn opposition
Laura Braman Scurry for forge L\ntu\ and testing situ-
changed her plea to guilty during ations. Of equal priority, according commissioner said he is always Sp-4 BlackshearDies from Bryan. Johns has.
served almost two terms
Its course. She was sentenced \ to Principal Jim happy to hava a chance to re- on
19 Seek Berry Queen Title the commission, having been
to $75 fine or five daysIn Temple, Is additional\ kitchen turn to his home county to vis-
Jail by County Judge Theron and serving facilities In the it his family and friends. In ActionIn appointed to replace Hogan.
A. Yawn Jr. BUS cafeteria. Mrs.. Wilt: )lli"|1'H<>n, (,center Instructs a do<- Ann Register.Not Rep. Fuqua said fairs such Smith early In 1961.
Austin Cary Smith Jr., Cafeteria- service for the .ii vntrantp/ of |the Mriiw1>orry (|uecn Content.Mr shown are Kathy Whitehead and Joann as the one here are a "golden Bryan employed in the
charged with profane and ia- school Is entirely inadequate t. DopHon IH. a former Strawberry. Queen. Hctttt, Starke; Joy Jones, Keystone Height. ; opportunity" for counties to S. Pont, says department he is running at Du fee-
show off their products and an Vietnam
[Continued On Page Six I he Renovations saya of BHS C'I11for\ In front with her It Betty .'Warren, then Tina Nichols Green |love Springs and Rita excellent tool to use to attract cause the "average" man, tha

demolition of existing 'C'
Building facing North Temple .Murray, Dorlsunn Npenjfler' / Bonnie Rosier Preliminaries are at 8 p.m. Friday with His voice hoarse, Fuqua Sp/4 Jamas Guy Blackshear. needs better representation.
FIRST AIDCOURSE Avenue. A round structure Peggy "'oyl<-" (Melrose), Kathy Frees Polly :fInals at '7:30. poke only briefly. He said he 19, was killed in action In Only other race so far contested

[Continued On Page SlxlGrand] Uatlc, JuKle S.milh., 'af'kle Wilson. and Betty (Continued On Pane Six] South Vietnam on March 17 Is the District 3 school
while engaged' In a fire' fight seat occupied now by
with an enemy force. Arthur Holliday, 60, complete
BIack hear was aligned to ing his first term. His challenger

Will Be Presented By To Get ThomasMrs. Case li the the 173rd son Airborne of Mr.Brigade.and Mrs.He son, the is man W. ''E.Holllday"Whistle", beat.I aw-for

Ray Petite Jury ; ley James Lake.M. Blackshear. of Kings- the Lawson post In has 1964.served: one termon :

He.Is\ the fifth local youthto the school 'board 196064.

Tues., April 2 Sue Witcher Thomas, cause hid been, established to inher hand, approached the Under cross examination) by era! times In the car as the be killed in action In the [tContlnuea On Page Six

Lawtey, has been bound over hold Mrs. Thomas on the first bedroom door and kicked it the public defender, the girl four were leaving the tavern, Vietnam conflict since June 2, -
8:30: P.M. to Circuit Court on a first de- degree murder charge after open several times and her quoted Mrs. Thomas aa saying, both testified. 1966. Three of the five lived
gree murder charge in the hearing the testimony of the husband would close it, Marsha "I've taken all the beatings) I Mrs. Koby (broke down and at KIngsley Lake. Ribbons Given '
Southside March 14 pistol slaying of her only witness the state called said. can take from you tocdght. wept on the stand as she was They are Pfc. Richard Crews, For '
Elementary husband C. W. Thomas. a 16-year-old Laiwtcy girl Mrs. Thomas told her husband You get out of here." examined by Green. as to 19, a close friend of Black- Flower' Show'

School PTA After hearing nine witnessesIn Marsha Criffis who was babysitting to leave the house or she Green called eight more wit Thomas' past treatment of his shear and also! a member of At County' Fair" *
a two-hour preliminary : In the Thomas home. would kill him according to nesses: wife. tho 173rd Airborne Brigade:
hearing last Thursday, March Both she and her 11yearoldsister the girl's testimony. Cynthia Nadino Griffin :Mar Mrs) Thomas wept several Lance Cpl. Robert Nail, 18, a Mrs. A. R. Norman and !Miss
PUBLIC INVITED 21, County Judge T. A. Yawn Cynthia, were eyewitnesses Thomas emerged from the sha's 11-year-old sister who tImes during the long hearing member of 'B' Company, anti- Mae Parker were blue ribbon
ruled that "probable cause" to the shooting, according bedroom holding the couple's had accompanied her on the as details of the night were tank battalion of the Third winners )in tha Artlatto Division -
had been established to hold /!' to their testimony. 7-year-old daughter, Stephanie, ,baby-sitting :Job: Robert Batesof related. Marine Division, both of King, of the first Flower Show
Mrs. Thomas for action by a Marsha GrifHs testified the in front of him Marsha test! Lawtey and Mrs Rose Kobyof Futch, the state's attorney, ley Lake. Crews was killed to be sponsored by the Starke
Contributed grand Jury. Thomases came home about 2 fled. Starke ,whu accompaniedthe crone examined only two of the Nov 20 1967 and Nail last Garden Club i In connection with
This '
Space An attractive redhead, the a.m. The two Thomas children He; grabbed the hand in Thomaren, they testified to eight witnesses Green called, June 8. Nail's brother, George, the Bradford County Fair Mrs.
Weekly to Publicize 30-year-old mother of two la were asleep In their bedrooms which Mrs. Thomas held the Bobby's HideAWay near Mrs. Koby and young Donald was wounded in Vietnam. Norman won three blue ribbons
Community Events by charged with shooting her Marsha said, and she !Was pistol and put his daughter Waldo the night of the MootIng Thomas, and then very briefly. Sp/4 Lawrence KImbler, 20 and Mlsa"Parker two./
husband twice in their Lawtey asleep on the couch in the down at the same time. :; Dormle Thomas, 11-year-; Green asked that the first a member of the 199th Infantry ,Blue ribbons In the Horticulture -
The CommunityState home around 2 a.m. on March front room Marsha said. The couple fell to/ the floor old son of Mrs.! Thomas; Ann degree murder charge !be Brigade, was killed last Au- Division of the show"
Bank 14. Officials state that the The girl said she was waked )In a struggle for the gun and Savage, Lawtey Marshall M. quashed and argued! at length gust 4. Cpl. Arthur Broxton. were won by; Mrs. W. Stern
grand Jury will not 'be sum- by C. W's greeting. She said three shots were fired the girl :M. Jordan, and Bradford Dep- that bail should(be set for Mrs. Jr., 34, was killed June 2, 1966. 2; Mrs. Eva Anderson 2; Mrs.
Accounts injured moned until the regular spring he continued through the living uty Sheriff's Glen Moore and Thomas. Both were from Starke. Carl Mathews, 1; !ora. C. I*
now term of Circuit Court !'begins room and went, to a bedroom said.Futch announced the state Dolph Reddi9h.According! Both motions were denied BiacKsnear is a 1066 gradu- Coop, 7; ''MrsR.. F. Young
up to SI5,000 by In May Mrs. Thomas Is being Mrs. Thomas. followedher would not call any more 'witnesses to testimony of by Judge Yaiwn. The Judge did ate of Bradford High School.He 15; :Mrs. R. L. Autry 1; Mra.I .
Federal Deposit Insur- held without ball in Bradford husband Into the house a contending probablecause Bates and Mrs. Kotoy the take the motion to set ball attended St. Johns River V. Hardln. 1; Mrs.' R. A.
ance Corp. County Jail. few minutes later and got a had already ,been established. Thomases, argued in the tavern. under consideration over the Junior College In Palatka and Newsome, 3; Mrs. Charles(
Asst. State's Attorney Mack pistol. Thomas! struck his (wife sew weekend,but denied it Monday. was a member of St. Mark's Cowen, 2; and Mrs. Joyce

Futch moved that probable Mrs Thomas, with the pistol [Continued OB Page Six] Rlterd, 1.L .

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Local admittances to Brad-I '\ .

: ford County Hospital this Southside PTA Mrs Jimmie Hester David Newham Monday Last Day

I WU1 week Mrs. include Gertrude' : Edmund Lydick Dwyer., Mrs.'!, r Meeting Will Be Is ComplimentedAt Has Birthday PartyDavid To Apply For

Ruth telle Shockey Johnson, and of Mrs.Keystone Ks- Open To PublicThe Bridal ShowerMrs. Newham celebrated 1968 Exemption"

Hslghts; Bryan Weaver of Southside ElementarySchool.ParentTeacher Jimmy Hester the former his 14th birthday with a party, Next Monday, April 1, i. pie.
GLADYS MOOTY Floiahome! ; Mrs. OenevievaBroughton. Assoc- ,Sally. Bar
Phone 964-7608 Waldo: Jettl Marie I 1r < iation will meet Tuesday, bride was honored at a brlda the home of his parents Mr. exemption for 1068 ac-

,. Green Lake Butler; Michael I II April 2, at 7:30: p. m. in the shower on Friday nigh and Mrs. Clyde Hersey on cording/ Tax Assessor Gene ,:

Mr*. Luther Whisman of) Mr. and Mrs. John Radtke Anderson, Lawtey; Mrs. Blossom I School Cafetorium. The Executive March 15, at the old Presbyterian Bradford Street. Long. --
:Middletown. Ohio was bust ,I Green of Raiford; Mrs.I Committee will meet at Manse on Cherry street The party room was decor- As late as Wednesday morning
Wednesday overnight guest of) Brodhead.daughters Wise.have moved to ., Cleo Dykes of Lake Geneva; I 7 o'clock ID the School Llbr- Hostesses were Mrs. R. L. Au- ated in a blue and purple : 27 persons who t( ok.advanta&e -

.Mr. ''And Mrs. Leo Champion.Mr. and William\ F. Herlong Mrs. ary. try Mrs. Lester crews Mrs theme, highlighted.. with psychedelic of the $5.000( exemp-
8TO2| Tom Moore of
and Mrs. Bail Carroll of) vlk, is Kefla- Louise Tenly, Ronald Cason I Included: in the business for Charles Schmitt, Mrs. Rudolph 1 l lights, A band composed tion in 1967 had not( renw- e4
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home fin and Mis. Margie Schaefer of the evening will be the selec- of David Newham, I their applications.
Buskin-were Sunday guests of days leave' :* f I SInk Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Mrs
)tfr.. fcttd Mrs. Roy Clemens. Staike. Admitted and discharged tion of a Nominating Com R. O. Paterson, Mrs. J R Johnny Powell, Bobby Brown, Lonff'a office will be [open

Mr. And Mr-Mack,Williams tedt 9ft..UaynesIJr."'a 'dental'ilftilc. ) in 4s.'Atlanta at- this week were. Mrs mittee. Kite, and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, and Randy Martin; with Lisa Saturday, March SO, to accomo-;

:;pent the. weekend with Mr. Ella Cottle, Warren Ebling, A special program will be A yellow and green cololscheme' Newham; soloist furnished date any homesteader unableto
and Mrs. Charles McQuag In Wednesday., Ga. .from Saturday to> Thomas Crosby, and Mrs Bide presented by Ray- Pettis, Associate was carried out in \e:! music-- far. dancing'during the get to hilt officeoa week

JWaycross Ga. Lee of Starke: and Mrs. Gertiudo Agricultural Engineer oorating arrangements. The: ,event., : days.
Misses Oerri and! "
Mooty : Hubbard of with the Agricultural Extension Enjoying...the 'affair were
David Browning ,Underwent Ellen Livingston of Qalnesvllle Keystone refreshment table was centered "h .=
Heights. Division of the! Uni- with of Sandra ElInaJeannie!;) Faulk
surgery In St. Vincent's Hos- an arrangement
were Sunday dinner guests of r
Wtftl last Thursday:' Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Tom Galloway will return 7, versity of Florida. He will be yellow daffodils encircled with Carltoit Faulk Randy Mlllen! will managemeat'pro; 1
1 to the University of Virginia introduced by County Agent Sandra Button Randy':! Martin improve
Mr., and Mrs. Walter Rich- yellow satin streamers and in- '
Oerrl has accepted a position eedures and< association ,icpferatlpji -
and Miss Marla Moore to FSU George Hugglns Mr. Pettis' division Karen Martin. Shellle Smith,
ardson Jr. and daughter of terspersed with yellow carnation -
with the Southern Bell Telephone routines among the more
on Thursday after a week's Includes handling Rural PhiliP Brown Bobby Brown,
Baltimore Md. are visiting Mr in 4 ; bridal attendants. This
Co. Gainesville and than 5,100 savings associations
visit with Mrs. Martha Moore Electricity, and he specializes Johnnie Powell, and Lisa '
and Mrs. Richardson ST. for 1s residing at Colonial Manor. 'was flanked by silver carne and ,cooperative banks in the
at Kingsley Lake. !In farm,safety. He has been Newman of Theressa.
several days. Mrs. T. D. Dyal and sister, r labra with yellow tapers andecorated d U.S:
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale Is visiting extensively trained In Emer- with miniature yellow Chaperoning the party were
Mrs. Charles G. Latham of ,
John Simpson attended* theDi.trict Salt,Lake City, have returned Mr. and Mrs. W. S. GublerIn i I gency First Aid Treatments, brMe's: bouquets. At on and Mrs:John Powell and) I

Five Welfare Board from a two weeks visit with Fort Pierce, and Mr. and //v and will show a film and de- end of the table was a eMr.1 and Mrs. John Brown of .

meeting 'in Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal f in Mrs. Carl Watson In Okeecho- wj monstrate special easy-to-re- punch bowl encircled with ivy Starke, and Mr. and Mrs SERVICE SCHEDULE
bee for several days. member techniques. His demonstrations a John Newman of 'fhere a..
Sjtflngs; on Tuesday. Delray Beach and relatives 1 in and at the other end was -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
.;A*|C,James Q'BrJen;\ of Eglin Pompano Beach. LaRue Williams received hU have been well received -, tray of sheet cakes decorated

Bb"l"orce'Baae was.home for I Miss Nancy fowling spent BSBA degree with honors throughout the state of ,with yellow wedding bells. Executive Board Starke
Florida Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
.the weekend!:t the weekend with her'grandparents from the University of Yvdn Alkire Florida, including: programs The gift table was centered I
Judith Becomes
Bride Thursday Mass, tS:3Bp. m.
Mrs.:Hamel ilebnke of GreenCove' on March 19 and is presently locally at the Starke Rotary ; The executive board of the
and Mrs. with a yellow umbrella with
Mr. Boy
attending Law :School there. Of Mr. In Club and Florida National 'Starke_ Woman's Club w111 Miraculous Medal. Novena: :
: Spring"+ vas a weekend Mathews,- in Palatka. Moody Christian-Church: RitesMiss showers of yellow satin rib Saturday 7 m.
west:of Mr.:and. Mrs W. B V. K. Ferguson underwent MaJ. and Mrs. V. J. Spongier Guard Employees at Camp bona. meet Thursday.: April 4, at Confessions p.: B p.' m. and 7
::jhompson'- Riverside and family\ Mrs. Emma Judith Yvon Alkire and complemented with a Standing. 3:30: ( p.m. at the,club house.
Surgery Tuesday In One was the m. _
game played by p.
M Dave Lon ., JPSU wag home) Hospital.c.Jacksonv111e.. Badman, and Mrs. John daughter ot Mrs. Jeanette Al- white orchid.'corsage. This program will be opened 30( guests, who Included Mrs, -sT, WILLIAM'S ,CHURCH.
Jbr' the,,wee* >rrd. "' 1st LI.- Douglas Seymour, Spengler attended a family reunion kire of Starke, and Percy Son- Mrs.: : Moody, mother of the to the Public and all teachers L. V. Hardin, mother of the 1VIIZEXL' APPOINTED, !: Keystone Heights.
M Mr.;:and Mr&Lonfce+ Harley who is stationed in Vietnam in St. Augustine on ny Moody, son of Mrs. Eunice groom. was attired in a blue and parents of small children, honoree, and a prize givento B.;F; Mlzel] Jr,, president of ,Sunday, Maw! : 9 a. m.'

"ere visiting-. and. :''Mr Al jailed his.. parents, Mr. and i Sunday at the home of Mr. Moody of Lake Butler, wero lace suit with:which she wore ., and anyone Interested. In Mrs. F. J. Pellum.was the First Federal Savings & Wed.neecIayMaaa: and 'Novena -
:3J.: Harley Jfc-Snd; : family; at Mrs. J. D. Seymour on Wed and Mrs. R. L. Spengler on united In marriage on :Febru- an orchid corsage.A 'saftey Is urged to attend. Refreshments Loan Association! of Starke, has 7 p. m.. '. '
Merrltt IslanKiver.;. the ..Weekthd. nesday morning saying he was R. L. Spengler's birthday. ary 29, at 8 p. m in the First reception was held In the will be served. The hostesses presented1: the been appointed to the 1968 -ST. MABYS..CIiU1LCIi.
A. honoree and her with Management Committee of the
Dr. and Mrs. William Christian Church. Charles ,
: > They brought back, their; fellowship hall where Mrs Macclenny.
on five day "rest and recre yellow and white and U.S. 'Savings" & ;:don League;
grandson. I Hartman of Dunedin wereSunday Reese, minister, performed the Jim corsages I
Phqiip,"Harley fip atiOq"leave) \ li\Thalland. and Monday guests of Faulkner,. greeted guests the honoree also received a The duties of the committee Sunday Moss: 11:30: a. m.
the week. ceremony. at'the dootf frod. 'presented
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Co'nMl'of I ; Mrs Chester Moody of Key place settlng'of'her are to study methods which
= Walter Farnell of Lake City 'Atlanta.- Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. The altar''' was decorated them to, the- receiving\ line. stone chosen
Mrs. Jack
Eaves silver
tt convalescing at the home : son-in-law and daughter, County Hospital, and relative spent Saturday to gladioli, mums and pompoms of gladioli mums and' Betty Nettles.

*tr. and Mrs. David Montgom-!! here over the '''weekend. Also, of last week visiting against a background of tall pompoms against: a background After spending some time
lasSreek friends in South Florida. fern trees and branched can- of fern trees. Akridge-Packham
:dry following surgery visiting Mr. Conner and otherrelativeS at with their guests the couple I Re-Elect
in Ala }1ud.*General Host Ernest Jenkins, a student delabra with burning tapers.A The bride's:table
,. IS Mrs. Charles Sch- in was cover- left on a wedding trip to Atlanta. Mr. :
internship and Mrs. B E.
started his Akridge
JBltal affers of Dayton, Ohio. FSU, social program of nuptial mu.slcwas ed with a white lace cloth and Oa. for a week. The the .K ?>,
_' Mrs. Byron Newcomb, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennettof t the teaching field in presented by Mrs. John centered with a ,three-tiered bride traveled in a passionpink announce approaching Art
daughters of Atlanta Ga. Jacksonville were Fridayovernight' studies, at Fort Caroline Junior Arthur Reddish pianist, and wedding cake, balanced by silver dress with matching coat marriage of their daughter Holliday
School in Jackson- Alma Jane, to Merle L. Pack-
High Mrs. Vernon
,, Srere vlstlng Mr.:-and-Mrs. O guests of Mr. and I Reddish soloist. candelabra with burning and accessories.The .
.8. Newcomb the past, twc Mrs. Fred Bennett. ville on Tuesday. Clyde Moody served his tapers. Mrs. Clifford Anderson ham Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs

::!IreekL QM James Talley HI of the Mrs. E. F Mayton and Mrs the brother as best man, and the of'Palatka cut the bride's both bride: and groom are Merle Packham of Keystone County School Board
attended graduates of Bradford Heights.
r Adrienne $: azarlan of,, ort&ndo USS Forrestal, Portsmouth. V. J. Ragsdale ushers were Ronnie Thomas,, cake.
"" is visiting her grandpar- Va. was home for the week district minister's wives lunch- Eugene Johns, and John Arthur The punch table held two I High School. The bride is em The wedding will take place District S County at Large
First ployed in
:JJnts.: Sen.: and Mrs. Charley eon meeting at the Reddish. crystal the University o f Saturday. April 6, at 8 p m

"", ohns, this week. end.Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Buck and Methodist Church parsonage Miss Patty Kay Terrell]] attended with Ivy.punch Mrs.bowls Bunky encircled Soto Florida IBM Department and In Hope Baptist Church, Ther- M A Vote For Art UolllJay IK A Vote For
Gainesville last Friday. Mr Moody is a surveyor for essa, with d QUALITY EDUCATION '
Mr* and-Mrs'*: Richard HaraSon family of East Palatka spen in the bride as maid of Brummett kept the bride' a reception following \ -
of Gainesville were'-vlslt- Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby honor, and bridesmaids were the State Road Department, in the church annex.
the weekend with Mrs. Buck's book, and
'tag Mr Pearl Edwards f jn mother, Mrs H. .M.: Richard and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.,Gay Law-in Miss Anne Savage Mrs. Ron- were Mrs. assisting J. M. Edwards serving Jr. ler.They are residing in Lake But- All friends and relatives are Your Vote and Support Is i Greatly Appreciated
visited Mrs. Jerry nie invited. to
JJJunday. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr was in son Thomas, and Miss Alice attend.
.w. Mrs. W. B. Mundy and.MtsJSuy Lake City last Friday visiting Alachua General Hospital on Sanford. All attendants wore ((00.- .nnlL adv,
attended the Mereh! f7nndov.. Mrs. Gay la \Irrlpl'v- pink floor length with
: Sale Mr and Mrs. Roy Ward and gowns
Mortising Mart In Atlanta. OaJJgn Darby Peek. I gwei1a; expected brocade bodices an3:!' pink brocade -
Monday. l\\for- from injuries received in an trains. They wore match-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry <
*: Mr*. Mt W: Lance, a former rison have had as visitors automobile accident recentlybut at P ing veils of pink Illusion and You Will
IJ3tarke resident,*confined In : 'Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison will be In the hospital June each carried a long stemmed NevetBuy B
until the first of
least tter
Hhe Gainesville Medical Center >f Leesburg on Sunday and Robert Eaves of West Palm I pale pink rose with fern. 2pc.
Tammy Powell daughter of
:Apr observaton'nd! treatment Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morrison I
her release th1'weekend I 6f" Leesburg' on Monday Beach was visiting Mr. and ,Mr. and: pyre BID Powell, served .
Wpon ; Eaves last Mondayto 14 t-; a :er. 4+ww ev4iu, r 1 t '
She will 'convalesce at' the Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr Mrs. Jack as flower girl, and CUrt t ,

"home'of Mr. and Mrs. G. S t ttended the annual conven- Thursday. Terrell was ring bearer. .

Sfewcomb a,};,.pie',,Desert!;.. Isle: tion of the Florida Bankers The bride given In marriageby Sp
Recent :
Motel in Lawtey. Association at the Americana her uncle( Cliff' Anderson, Sofa-SleepelbSuite for the Price

Jfho_ Miss is Geraldine majoring' Gay In Physical of FSU. Hotel Wednesday In Miami to Sunday.Mr. Beach. last Bradford: the County following Hospital 1 I of white Palatka satin, wore gown a floor with length pearl: ,

Education; la interning at the! and Mrs. Morris Hansen announces and sequin trimmed bodice .
fit. 'Augustine High Schoo] of Elroy. Wis. are spending births: and embroidered lace trim
,:inuring thesprlng; ;:quarter. a few days with Mr. and ham Mr., Putnam and Mrs.Hall Henry, a daughter Her with veil floor of length Illusion satin train. Compare Elsewhere at ]
was secur- $129.95
Mrs. Rod while
Hansen vacationing Even
,;. Mr. and Mrs., J. P. Eldridge In Florida.Mr. Cynthia Ann March 22. ed to a pearl and sequin headpiece or $$139.95
.of"Jacksonville were Sunday Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
,"visitors of.Mr. and. Mrs.JR.H., and Mrs. Raymond Ste- Middleburg, a daughter, Pam- She carried a bouquetof
fanelll and daughter of Ocala white orchids: and feathered
:Tbrlder. Chair
-" were Sunday visitors of Mr. ela Lynne March 20. carnations highlighted\ with and Sofa with Durable Vinyl or Nylon Cover! $39.95
:the: Mark Hamilton a junior at and' Mrs. Henry Stefanelll. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wyatte Ivy and white satin. 9
University of Florida ma- Waulden Starke a daugh
Mrs. J. C. Vinlng and children Mrs. Alkire chose for her
'Coring in business admlnistra- ter. Judith Ann, March 21. daughter's wedding For young homemakers and others
of Palatka were visitingMr. a bright who want to furnish their
Zion, made the Dean's list .in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carl home
pink silk sheath dress
and Mrs. L. D. Vining on trim- on a conservative
4he last quarter.; :-, Monday afternoon. Harper Starke a daughter med with matching sequins budget, here is an exceptional opportunity to
HI Mr. and Mrs. W.: L. Thomas Scharldy Ann March 22. save on an attractive and durable
Mrs. F. W. Strickland and 2 Your
.nd Mrs. Frank Starling and children were In Mandarin Mr. and Mrs. Irving Thompson sofa does double piece living room suite. The Credit is Good atDenmark's t'

:Jfaughter! were Saturday night Sunday visiting her father, Meres Starke, a son Irv- Cancer Crusade duty too it opens up to make a comfortable .

supper guests of Mrs. Grover H. W. Moyer, and Mr, and ing Thompson Meres Jr.. Plans Made bed when:needed I Comfortable coil spring and foam \
March 27.KEITH'S construction.
:Thomas Brooker.
Mrs. J G. Moyer this -
rn'h At Luncheon sofa-sleeper and chair ensemble may be had with either 'vinyl

I or' !nylon fabric uDholsferv ;in choice ,. f .. .
I Final plans for the April n ..YY'O..v. _

Cancer Crusade! for 1968 were makes it easy to take[advantage of this wonderful value Take
: BEAUTY SALONHighway I made Tuesday. March 19 too months To Pay
the Bradford County Cancer, by Pay only $ I 10 down and take months to pay the balance arranged on

16 At Heilbronn Springs Society at a luncheon at the to suit your budget.
Garden Restaurant. EASY TERMS!

Two New Beauticians Mrs. Joan Chitty, county
Have Been AddedTo drive chairman for 1968 was

very enthusiastic in her reports -
Our Staff of the .
upcoming crusade I. : .' .
A Cancer Cofflee is sched- i. ii.' ,. A. sx 11
"k uled at Mrs. Chltty's home

April 6 at 10:30: a. m. for all : 4.
Bradford Cancer Drive workers : ;

including all volunteersfor
these experts I the -
residential house to

style your hair witha house Anyone march.wishing to volunteerto / : j.1i: + MiMrfie \

cut and set to flatter assist in the Drive is askedto :

phone 664-5798 after 4 + "r a, z's' ________
you. Make an ap t m. or 964-5438 during the P'// ,

< pointmentnowtolooky Mrs. Chitty named the following -
: committee chairmen:

o u r loveliest for Mrs.iRobert Mulllns, public\
;;ity; Mrs; Marlon Payne BU.ceUoni :! -
1 Spring and Easter : MlssiLti lan Stumpt

'special gifts; James Temple,
% '& road block; Mrs. Loyree Coco-

JtsS sAi rtiise,:viola concert;: Ben MOaley ,
.golf tournament; 1\11'8. xlik aM

Sandra 'Chare} Sawyer and Mrs. FygT

., Vera'Formerly' 1 Erviri Andrews Starke residential '
of Irma'a chairmen; Mrs. :Frances .' sir'I .

In.Starke Formerly with Lynn'sof ., Jenkins, Reno residential. _'
Gainesville chairman. :;i r
.Business z 4'v .Li1v i
captains: Clyde 4
Shampoo & Set I: ,
$3.00 Bleach $15.00 Terwlllegar. JohnTorode.!.
i George. Pierce. Charles Sawyer .f 4rt 54 .
I t. .
Long Hair '- $1.00 Extra Up Carl Hurst MN'.t{ rY i t j +ht, 9t'f e+f. .Y ]
>JSryln An- g ry + W9J N+bej, __ -. .. 4. .r ?
'. Bleach Touch drews Qua Kopelousos, Mer- M :r .L jl 1 ir tK /PXxW:jV7t's ) -.
: Color, - $6.50 Up$10.00 jrltt Williams\ Ernie Patz, w A Fact You Can
Up Jocbel Freeman
lter.Bud Reg .. ,...,.,,F _2w-- J
Mlzell. P. D. Reddish _
Frosting $12.50 Hair Cut $2.00 ,, Harry Hatches,. Tom Do Better At"

Casey, Charles. Francis.George
Permanents Start at $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 and up i Roberts, and J. C.FtotfU( Law-

Open Monday\ ." ---C Wednesday Thursday I teyMrs.; Tom Cassy andJessa Denmark Furniture
Friday Saturday : Moore; Klngsley':; Lake:
,., And Thursday Evenings Mrs. Gus Kopalousos! and Mrs Company
Harry Oruen.
_t ;,....GaU.: : ,;.q64-7067 For An Appointment ,Additional 1 'community
I 4 434 W.01rrsr--
area chairmen are to b& announced Phone 964-5327 -

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laV Watson-Adams I their daughter, Linda Faye to Altar Society Humphries Mrs. Joseph Okay
of Sheriff 'Mrs Gladys 'Weldon Mrs.
Glen Reddish son
Wedding Told and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of Attends Council '.Ogden Bates Mrs. Francis)

Dr. and Mrs. H. H Adams, Starke. Members of St. Edward's Men*. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.
Mrs. James Moore and Mr,
Miss Lawrence Ls. graduate -
announce the marriage ofi i Altar Society attended, the
their daughter, Jane, to John I of Greenwood High School Spring meeting of the Dloces- RanUall Chlsfrf.

lID.. ...... E. Watson lit son of Dr. and,' and Is employed as a recept- san Council of Catholic Women ..
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. John E. Watson of Mac-|'I ionist with B. E. McBride D In Jacksonville on Thursday -- -

Phone 9647608 clenny which took place on D. S, March 21. The women attended THESOUTIISIDECIIUKCIf -'
December 31, in :Folkston Ga. Mr. Reddish Is a graduate of 9:30: man at the Im- OF ,CHRIST;
Mrs Watson Is a graduate I Bradford High School and the maculate Conception Catholic
of Bradford 1 High School and University of Florida with a Chuicn. Invites. YOU Jt:
received an A. A. degree from B. S. degree in Civil Engineering :Father Joseph Fltzglbbons
Sullins College Bristol Va. 4 wrerR and is employed with C. S. Sp missionary from NI- To Hear
She also "attended Jacksonville Monsanto. geria was guest speaker at *
University and Florida State A June 18 wedding Is plan- the luncheon which was held THE GOSPEL L1
University.Mr. ned at the Laurel Baptist at 1 p. m. at the Sheraton
.r Watson Is a graduate of 1 Church, Greenville S. C. Hotel Jacksonville He spokeof OF CHRIST VI'.,... I
.rr hZrLe Baker County High School received All friends and relatives are his work: and experiences
an A. A degree from Invited to attend. as a missionary priest In West I 8:30:: Sunday-l\lomlng, ".
Northeast Oklahoma A. Se M. Africa. Father Fltrgibbons is ( WPXE Radio Dial 1490'
Junior College and a B. S. degree : assistant to Father Edward
UDC NoticeThe '
from Murray State University St. Edward's Catholic
\ I Kirby at Worship Service ,,
where he was a member Church, Starke. 11:00 A.M.
W. T. Weeks chapter. 1'1 Sunday,
of Sigma Chi fraternity. LawrenceReddishEngagement UDC, will meet Wednesday.! Mrs. Joseph Gissy was reelected -,
He Is employed by the Prudential vice-president of the Bible Sunday":!
: Study
at the
: __ April 3, at 3:30: p. m.
Insurance Company of Told home of Mrs E. L. Matthews St. Augustine Deanery 10 A.M. and 7 P.M. J
America In Jacksonville Those attending the meet- ,
The couple is residing at the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Law- with Miss Madge Ing from Starke were: Father 3 MI. South m US 30JT
Diann Lang Weds Mr. GaultIn Watson home on Kingsley rence of Greenwood S. C. an- Mrs. J. M. Fields as co-, Edward Kirby Mrs. Lester I.

Home Lake. nounce the engagement of hostesses. .
Ceremony ...
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Miss Diann Lang and William The living room was decorated .
Gault. both of Lawtey with baskets of whit*
were united in marriage in a Hllles, mums and carnation:
double-ring ceremony at the for the occasion.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Robert Martin chow
__ Orlffls in Lawtey on March for her daughter's wedding s 8 ...'!
8 with Rev. A. E. Massey per- dark blue suit with which shE ,
forming the nuptials.The wore a pink carnation corsage,
bride given in marriage Mrs. W. E. Gault mother 01 M li
? YrvlsM by her mother wore a street {
(iM the groom, wore a brown rayon i +
length sheath with lace trim- dress with matching jacket 1 Q
med coat. Her veil was fast- and pink carnation cor
ened to a crown of diamondsand '.11
sage. c
she wore a white orchid I 'Tt.; .
also held y.
The reception was
corsage. !(s\\
I at the Gilffls home. Th

I i II I Carolyn Joyce Conklin. Becomes Bride wore her Miss sister a light Mary as yellow bildesmald Martin suit served trim-She a bride's lace cloth table and was centered covered wit witha ] : WltHSPRINGTIME. : ;f siJI fr J iFO raR it117l r

Of Donald Thompson In 1 1st Methodist med in lace, with a yellow four-tiered wedding cake ,....." .. ...wbl, "N.- ., .. !! >
, carnation corsage. flanked by two burning tapers S'
Miss Carolyn Joyce cake. Assisting in serving Carl Oriffls served as )best In crystal holders Mrs. Betty
daughter of Milton conklln'l were Mrs. George Huggins man. Htgglnbotham and Mrs Car,] ; DRESS Parade
Easter ti tis
Gainesville, and Donald Rob- Mrs. W. D. Carter Mrs. Ttus Giiffis served the bride's cake :::
ert Thompson son of Mr. and Olson; and Mrs. Arlen Mc- and matching accessories. and Mrs. Linda Tatum and .
Mrs. William B Thompson ofStarke Knight Miss. Harriet Harper The bride is employed with Mrs. Darlene Norman presidedat -GREAT NEW STYLES !
were united in marriage kept, the bride's book. tile Dopuilment of Education! the punch bowl. Mrs. Liz ./ r. \ ?
on Satin y. March 16,, After' sending; some time Division of Vocational Rehabilitation V t "
at.7:30: p. m. In the First with their guests< the couple in Gainesville Bryan kept the bride's book ,, F ( -GREAT NEW SELECTION 1GREAT .
M thodu>t Church with Rev left on a wedding trip to The groom Is a senior ut the After spending some time
V "J. Ragsdale officiating, South Florida. The bride traveled University of Florida. They with their guests the couple }\ GREAT VALUES!
Centering the altar were In a white wool A-llne will reside in Westnate! Mobile left on a wedding trip to Pu- \4'r t .
two pedestal baskets of white dress with blown embroidery I Manor in Gainesville latka and st. Augustine rVw ,r

gladioli branched and candelabra mums balancedby with r f l {' t a V { '

burning tapers against a ? :
background of palms and pot- 6'99 $ ;
t Now (
ted fern. 899" I.'
Miss Sheryl McElroy soloSfcTTwas h dat.
accompanied by Miss ,
Paula McElroy organist a .
program of nuptial music. y E I'ti
Billy Dean Thompson served $ $ }
oDywllere7'tit. 8" lof
his brother as host man. The 'T I LJ1 { Compare to '
ushers were John Williams),. ( "" .
Sauls of ,
Albert Melbourne
Tim Thompson brother of BRAND '_ : tro Back to tocKing Teminmel Come see the new romantic
r' the groom and Champ r' 's/ t V look, sfeprin styles and belted styles In all the favorite fem;>

Champion. :V .. s tht i f .' T, nina abric:.. Shears, voillet/ crepes!, and linens In solids,
Mrs. Floyd Smith attendedher ,V ; prints charter plaids and more, with color, color, cofor' dominating ;. I ,

wearing sister an as matron, empire of,A-line honor., Health & Beauty i Aids 1 f 4 t the entire seen*. All sizes In .PETITES JUNIORS:J

floor length gown with )bell MISSES AND HALF SIZES., \,
shaped sleeves of pale green ., .: !/ '''" '' .- -' .
bonded crepe. Her veil of pale

green matching; tulle bow.was She secured carried to a r Fashionable! ,Versatile DUS'ERCOATS'( \ .

three, yellow rosebuds with tio mistaking the feminine look with tries* I .
yellp.w, satin streamers. I color:bright print coats styled ,wHh. lat.. : l $4 95 $ '99
'.Mri Paul Estes Hampton or eyelet trims. Many in perms press j.I
atjd. Miss Letreze Stringer of fabrics.: Choose from a. galaxy'of colors values.OR .
Gainesville attended as bridal in misses' sizes 10-16.
attendants and Misses Janelle 111 .

Thompson sister of the groom RELIEF LAYAWAY V .
Marla Mosher sister pAjN '
and of Miss the bride, were Junior reg. T9c FASr FOR. .EASTER LADIES' SHEER PANTY HOSE. LONG LEG PANTY GIRDLE '

t btMesmalds. Little Misses Lisa Kg $1.49 I Long! lasting micro>mesh int! Lycr. ipandex, with diamond '
. and Marlene Smith of Gainesville panty combined with smooth' $1.69 panel control far" hips and $4.99 I
nieces of the bride were fitting sheer teamlass hole $137 tummy. Covered waist, flat >$399 ,
flower gills All the attendants CREST BUFFEBIN c ; with nude heel. Newest Spring value seems, concealed aariei,*. !. value,*
A6c ,
, were gowned Identically I shades. S-M-U whif.. S-M-WL( '
to the honor attendant and u%
each carried two :yellow rose-
buds et&.t with yellow satin stream- extra large) stz. Limit 2 bottle of 10O tma, 2 ladies' Permanent Press HAIR

1 Floyd rlage"The G.bride her Smith given brother-In-law.selected In m) ar an. :II! I';!;' reg. $1 1 i reg. $1 FRILLYFUSSYDRESSYBLOUSES 1 FALLS J .'

A-line of dered bridal lace empire taffeta featuring gown and fashioned rembrol-a bat- ?I GILLETTEFOAMY BAN ROLL OMctlgerw h /. .;1Ti !$19.95$1288:: ;,9? ::

teau neckline and long fitted SHAVE54C DEODORANT 1 I .
sleeves that tapered to petal -. Chang your look, your color w-, 'Il// I // .
points over the hands. The ,' and your mood with" these silky- ;' I
attached circular shaped train C : $3.95..9 r P soft( Falls, Than washable, 6, :
4 fait and
r 100%} Dyn.1.color i
tell softly from the bodice and e r ,
I. value pre curled. M.ny color tone* ?
was edged with matching re- y choose from :'
embroidered lace. Her three- i ....
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tier veil of silk. English Illusion 11 O*. $izs*-Umi14 V. eV 1V. O-lIMlt 2 II I

fell from an open peau t Hero again th. new "romantic loot. -" :
cuff of reembroidered lace ,b. Laces and ruffles in many style, In no- ,, .
which was accentuated by a 1 e V 7 w Iron Dacron-coHon. Coma ... our big }, I HANDBAGS'
i peau bow. Her ornament was ?lJ + [AMyra : new selection.In white. ..o.j J pettel. cvlei 'L'" wF '' bb' ..
: a diamond heart pendant. She a. ..,.N, \--V'.. t. Sizes 32-38. j '
I carried a white Bible, a gift ?) ,Dressy '& Casual

(from grandmother e Mrs Leo' of C.the Champion groom. reg. $1.45 reg. 4ThGILLETTE V Leathers, Straws i

which was topped with a yellow comfort.new' silhouette "
throated orchid andI TAHPAX new and' Vinyls

I feathered. Thompson carnations.Mrs. mother. of SUPER. STAINLESS 78c SANITAR' kkN of the LOW HEEL in 4 w ; $299.& $49?
the groom wore a moss green. s
dress with match- pk0. of 10 bidden NAPKIN! -
| A-line lace :' f
trmnt 2 limit 2I Y t ry raw ,Spring anertmant' of :
with which DRESSY SHOES .
1 Ing accessories styl.r. shap,.. and colors, Includingicitdig ,
she wore a pale green cymbidium I ; t t naw shoulder\ styles i
orchid.A ,

I Fellowship were reception greeted Hall at was the where held door guests In the by Check these everyday low; low.pares values fo : 49 9 ** :

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Mrs. Don Champion.The fi,;. ,
bride's. table was cov- $1.50.COVERGIRL$118 CLEARSIL Mo .
ered with a white organdy BLEMISH CREME . UuC JEWELRY ;

three-tiered cloth and : wedding centered cake with en-a $1.49 SECRET $1.17 694 LAVORIS 54c> EJ It's fa.h'onable}, to be comfort t Y g :.r:

circled with fern and white SPRAY DEODORANT MOUTH WASH . ableheelslh.t.nlow.nd $f 69Nactlacat c 1 .
and This was $1.09 PRELL $1.25 JERGENS chunky fatth.t.I.ther: full and values r', Y ,' .
yellow pompoms. 88 Q7- blunt in .I favorite sf'
balanced by silver candelabrawith LIQUID SHAMPOO .. C HAND LOTION . .*J IJ types of dna shoe. In leathers, 7 'r '.
burning pale green tap- r + r' pattinas and vinyl' ...In a rein.. and earrings that :
ers. The two punch tables were 454 EX LAX- 37 594 Q-TIP SWABS- 47. : bow of color choice She ....10. ting of Spring Spruce up ,
also covered with organdy1 BOX OF 18 . . C BOX OF 88 . . 410 only 3 of the your new wardrobe with the i
others to $6.99 latest styles and colon-at1

with crystal
cloths and centered $1.00 NOXEMA $1.19 CORICIDINnl. this low
encircled 78 / many new styles Carp's price ; 1I
punch bowls pompoms.Mrs. SKIN 'CREME . . C BOTTLE OF 25 . 94C r
with Ivy and I
John O. Sapp. Mrs. .. Fri. Sat. Until 7 Port. ,
Don Hill and Mrs. Frank Starke Plaza Open All Day Every Day -

. DenBleyker cut ,tha,..wedding<:: }

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ircton! One! Pare FoUl BRADFORD COnNTY TELEOP.\PJI. 8TAltKE..II'LOOm&. TIIVRSO.\Y, 1\IAltCII 28. 1968
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Glenn Ritch showed the as the others and a bell tower to receive the sum of $480. I, be filed 'with 'the City before -
Fair Cattle Judging Youth Champion female Angus Contract. '.' on'one of the side exten-I 1Ie agreed! to ha.-v1: the en- April :tiP.to! avoid: P4Lyment-., '"
and Tom Edwards had "slons 01 suitable size and aplbarance + linlshed;1\1.d\ ready to tile new four!' per cent Bale flan a,:.f '
I Reserve. Joseph Starling took Sheds,,Light to correspond with I pCcupy en 'b"fore September on utilities. .. ;, "':t.#yY I
second place In ClaM 6 of said this lncltlili.if.t.
tee general appearance of the 201900' ":" Edwards; ,
Winners Announced thIs divisIon. On C'hurc'h, building." In addition i to 'Mr. Kalch schools churches, civic clu1iEt: ;; #, 'I
Adult Division chamber et ; : ;
I Mr. Kalch further agreed the contract' was signed by J, and organizations .rye
local at:. ,
A. W. Schulz showed the hospitals
Twenty.tJ .0 cattle) were entered Youth DivisIon of Angus bulls, Every' now and then a faded as a foundation for the build- C Richard D. C Cole C. 1' flees commerce of state agencies, ,and' : ,
Grand Champion Angus, bull In 1 1to construct brIck piers: Hoover G. M. Sistrunk and ; .. "
in tll+; YouIDIvIsIon." were: and yellowed legal document
I I others, f'
snit ten In the Ad'' 't DIvisIon, Class 1 (lup to 12 monthsl: I Adult Division and W. S.Sherwood old letter, 01'other paper turns 2% feet high! and of sufficient J, C. Hoover, with C. U, Hoov- ,'It \
of the livestock fudging In Tom Edwards, 1st: Sonny had l'cserve. ""p to throw some light; an an : size and number to make a i er signing! as witness. 7,. ::1
the Bradford County FaIr Norman 2nd. Schulz also showed the Important happening! of long i good firm foundation; build a .'.-. '. "
arena Wednesay nIght, Class 2 [12 to 18 months] : Champion; Angus female in ago In Stl'rke, 01' the people brick flue; cover the buildingwith I Utility Users TIlE BRADFORD-, :!; ".
the Adult Division, and J. M. '
Tom Edwards of Stal'ke, JImmy Wilkinson 1st. Edwards Jr. had reserve and customs of a bygone ern. new heart cypress shingles Must Apply COUNTY TELEGRAPJI'=, t,
showed the Youth Champion Class 4 lover 2 years I : Wal- Such a document Is an. old : put in a new lumberfloor
Angus bull. and WaItel' Prevatt ter Prevatt,1st, : Richard Sapp.2nd. champion, I conLract. dated July 6. 1900, replace church furnlture'j'' For Exemption Published every Thursday! '
B. ,
E ReddIsh showed the
bad Reserve Champion, t recently found by Joe M, Sls-I such as seats etc., at 138 W. Call ''St.. ,
:By classes winners In the Angus Females champion male Charolalse, In trunk among some old family furnish) new any sash and glass:1 Churches: civic, clubs and Sta1'Ke, Fla. 32091 ::.' lJ
the Adult DivIsIon papers at the Slstl'unk home that Is now or may be broken other ,ol'ganlzatlona:: exempt, j jat !i
Swine Winners Second class postage paid ; s f
from the Florida sales tax I
during removal and constl'Uctlon. .
E. Call Street I :1
on i :
I A. W. Schulz showed the The paper was an "article cell the interior through-, must file:::,exemption 'certificate Starke Fla. 4 JJ: I iJ
Grand Champion female hog; numbers and certified Subscription! Rate.l:
out put a cross above cone on a J
HORSEBACK RIDING I of 8'reement"! made between :
Jerry Redding reserve statement wlth Im-i ; .
suppliers ,
front end of building. finish trade
I Ronald Joe Hall showed the William Kalch and the Church I ,I medlatel"' .ol'der'.to' avoid i I In area: $4,00 per .J'I I
bell tower with cross on top month.
Building CommIttee of the $2.2' six
: Surplus Property I year
Brand Champion male hog: and the outside with two paying tax on electricity, fuels,
EpIscopal Church of Starke paInt
Facilities Reviewed for dlsmantel1ng the Protest- i coats of best white lead and: telephone and ,;telegraph services Outside trails area: ...IIO:' t 1- l Ii
I I all, with one coat of hard all and any other ,new Items per year: 2.50: six montto.s1.
ant Church
Episcopal building
Handsome/ Handy, n"I"" .:Eugene/ Shaw ))I..t, 16 (third from left) III shown at Fairbanks, In Alachua finIsh on the interior. tote' taxedon and after April and'I S
1, 1968 $. Matthews, editor'
CIRCLE C EI):: STABLES "hlIe hr.pec'ting \\11I''holl..I.." Airtlities fir the .1orldao Surplus County moving! It to Starke, For the entire job from, City Clerk Merrill Edwards I pubilsherc _

LITTER BASKET Properly 1)1'.1X11111. located south, of Starke on. U.S. Highway, and rebuilding on the site start to finish Mr. Kalcb was'.jays that this materIal must'I ) CI
301. where it still stands at the

"Irf lt hlle. touring. tiie faclliltes"",. ''Ie, WaN aecompanled .by R. corner of Church and Jefferson I
East Call St. At Intersection for your car C. olnjtton; heft). director 01 the Surplus Property Division; Sitreets qll

sn 2: O-A Approximately 1 I ..GOOD CONVENIENT LOOKING N. .J, KItr'heuy.. Chief 01 Pro.'nrement; and W. J. (;'lonn.1"n.'rlnt'Iuht ) According to terms of the ,: 27
UNBREAKABLE / ell warrhou..lug IU'IlitIOS, contract, the building was to tocki
Mile Beyond Hospital STAINLESS 1t"I'! haw:'; w" brlt.'d 011 the mission.antI objectives of be erected here "In the same:
I PORTABLE shape and form as it now
the IIh'I..IIIn, null oh..ene" the vast< amount 0' property available -
I Choice 01 seven colors: stands tin Fall'banlUI]. adding to,
r I for ,1.1..tlon hy eligible/ donees,; 0' the State which includes, .
in front ten feet to the present ne
GOODGENTLE I schools. .'olleges!: universities. hospitals, health" units, libraries, length, two more windows. wIth,
II 25 Two Hot 45
I and, 1'1\11 defense unit.. He received. first hand Information the same size and kind S: I
0" the savings. elt funds dr.nees are able to make by reco..lvlnc. Entrees

,HORSES T property through the Fnfera.) Surplus. Property, program.A. !Elect J :Two Vegetables Ihb

<; W Schulz-reserve. Cronkhite Assorted Salads 0e

.REN.TFD: : ;: BJ .. HOUR qR DAY REG. $2.50 swine Blue ribbons division winners besides 111 those the I i Will Handle \\V.! E. Lawson Rolls Butter .

WEIKENDS.'AND; .: HOLIDAYS: SPECIAL PRICE Hayes named, Cecil above Stalnaker were: Terry J. L. I Ben-Star Sales For .-1 Tea Coffee i,,

WEEK' i\YS:A13X':' APPOINTMENT'CALL' MAnCil AND APRIL King and Sonny Norman Phil Cronihlte; or JaCksonvi11e '. f
l Judge of the show was Dr. former manager of the :
School ;
$192 Bill Jackson, Assistant Exten-
Starke State Farmers Market, :1
Plus Tax sion Animal Husbandman; of u
will handle strawberry
Our Delicious Buffet
the'Unlverslty of Flol'lda Try'
for Ben-Star Farms at the :
964-6208 or 964-5628 D,& W Auto Supply In addItion to cattle and Lawtey platform starting AprJ! Board : r
.' Route swine the livestock show In-
16 at BrownJee and I. The announcement was r
,Cherry Streets cluded eight pens of rabbits made this week by Doyle Starling DISTRICT:3 J SERVED DAILY r
AND 35 of and six .
OWNED OPERATED BY pens poultry president of Ben-Star. .
of miscellaneous Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet
Builders pens
Hardware "We will have a good num-
R. J P.. And ber of cash buyers on hand to LIBERALEQUALITARIAN 11:00 a. m. to 2:00: p. m. 6:00: pm. to 9:00: pm, ,
,Bryan ':& R. J. Shannon I Supply J. E. Tomlinson handle all berries brought tc a

< ,' ,.. 301 E. CALL ST. Is Installed Lawtey" Cl'onkhlte lIald 0r
I I.I Since leaving starke, Mr. I
By CivitansJ. Cronkhite has been manager AMIABLE\ II e

..I I of PUblic Quick Freeze & Cold 'I We're Expecting You :
E Tomlinson cashier of the DUTIFUl...
:: ,., : ,'. Florida Bank at Starke was storage in Jacksonv1lle

1 Installed as president of the EXPERIENCE
Starke Clvltan Club at its an- I und your family for dinner, where you r
INVALID AND nual Ladles NIght banquet I REUGIOUSpll. can dine in our pleasant atmosphere and en-

.. TO R0gH DRUGS I held at the To-Rena Restau- joy gracious service at reasonable prices. i
rant last Saturday. ( pol. adv.. CIW
-F SICK ROOM Other offIcers Installed at FLORIDAIIjEATRE I
thin time were: Don Hill presi-
I Candy SUPPLIES dent-elect: Marvin Brawn, see.retary -, CI 14
; Olin White treasurer; I
Rev, W. A. 17!" ,
FREE. '*" Hogan chaplain:
and Jimmie Lawson. i
!. (' W : .. ... I Ia..a..a a'- w +la.r.;y ''.se.rgeant.a .r.Dr ., ,
". p j .. Don Rothwell Governor SbOlwtime--Wkdays 7 4 B"lii-" THRILLERS
arty '*" CRUTCHES 1 of Florida Clvitans, and, pro-I Sunday :3:00 J :""Saturday 1 :
Lessor of soils at the University t .. ;
= *'" '
FRIDAY Is ,r5ylto COMMODES of Florida served as Installing,, FRI., SA'1"4>2 l\fAR" 29. 3U
officer, assisted by Lt. Gc> ; J JI
TO 2P.M. '*" rRUSS. RACES CI'nor of Zone One, Ed \: Double Feature Program YOU I

:' *. INCONTINENT mam of Tallahassee, v-r I ARE N-Or. MISS 'i

The club has officially ? PaH6'1 .
z \ PANTS I'd aid to the mentally retarded .. .

Y"' FREE CANES/ child as Its new club project.1) A; QD" N"
SAMPLE This program has been AT THE
If you are 65 years or time objective of Clvitan' Inter-II i LU"

a r older you are covered national. ,j I f r! JEARS'\\r.;
.Af, 'L\\ br Medicare. .
h''i. 1 J Ij COLOR by Dol.ux.tf. 301
Medicare may pay RO% DRIVE-IN THEATER

:."...* ,/ / r.crt. chase of the of rental your or needed purr 1r ; : I t r,:1 -....... _w--M rr ;

health aid>!.

i" fUN' FOR r K 0 C H' S I Hombre .FRI. -. SA 1. -. SUN. -- MARCH 29 30 31 f
t means man.. I
"-JAMILY" J\lEDJCAHE SUPPLIES 4' Paul Newman is't -:
May we hell you with I ,' \1 cI.t s I ICIIAMEII i r
your health aid need? I J.u; 'f1,: E 91Ct WITN DRACUU FANGS( i it :
GREAT NEWS 2 s ,u ut ( I GIRLS(
..... 5 :
"". -eN18EMD olr8lt WITN IOY9IE E1FSI ., .HD nall.
' +
FOR CANDY .,, : ,: ,..:.:. j jANS. --q..,.,. i t rAy GFT YDURS iRFE ". '< t

We are holding 'a FREE CANDY PARTY to il. -, ,> '
celebrate our appointment as an agency for King's ,. .; aJIICHARD .ji r
,. ,
+ Chocolates Americ81l Queens. Come 'in and OONE e i t I The motion ,i

: .f( get acquainted with this outstanding line of Fine\ DIANE CILENTO 1 '
Quality Candies. We will have a complete sclcc. .. .. \ J11J I ,w picture with the ;, -

1 tion-Always Fresh. t IIOMBRE ,
79c Lustre t Creme eau -H.r i ; I aDd -

Unmistakably Hair Spray. 49c the HOJROR HORN, .......N.

+ J ; ;' RUN.. MON.. TUES. U j 1 .F ... 't" CESRREDr110<''I. URJOliYDEm l J&m"PAmr.MOF.E

.TMAALOX 1 l\'ly Dear Fellow I MAR31APR.: 1, 2 t ;.: I .E: QY dP)>\itiNsrsrPiaeltur, :!';: PAIRJCKO'NfAl D ::":: ,x n,. .r m

,,/ ,..........
g Citizens of Wari.AR."N.; W i'' MyeAlx.aIM 0. --nCHNfCOLOIl" fROM IVAJINEI

ROYAL 99c Bradford County: : r 1 ,

: COLLECTION $1.19 I.isterine MY UPI'OHTEUS Ol t' ,
1 The most impressive girt box:: of Fine Chocolates Till: I'AST ANI) UiEl"UTUItE TE LTI ATE I E Lter

cn the market.25 varieties.is milk:and dark hocI I Antiseptic. 99c
: i date $2.50 and $5.00. :
Bromo Seltzer I I Really r.ppreci.ltcIt : ]

.. .
w .
? r way my intention j i r s tN"' .
.. ASSORTED' Large Size 49c for the past four pears El' _% .f *

: Af CHOCOLATES "- 21s! l\IodeslI! to he u candidate for I' MATT HELM'S ._
County Commissioner: BIGGEST
:More jhan 20 varieties of een- .. AND Only Th lord Cf The Deal! I
__ Vee-Form. 77c from District Five of I BOLDEST! $ I
tell in milk and dark chocolate. < W
Bradford County at this '
I Perfect for entertaining and aUNBURCTURESpesenaM Could Unleash Them!
$2.5: Emko time. IIMIIG MIEN Raduclen / F FHEPL9GJEOFTHE
family treats
1 lb. $1.8.0

--.-. Refill $1.99 Jlowe'er.ince> my mlJaMJ1 s
( .
business will need my UIMo.N1A1T.HELMil +t ,
full time. I will not hea r

PARKE-DAVIS LA\1ACOL\ PlHT 29c candidate this electioll. ; \ ofi/g7 e f, + e 4 t t

However it I can be TMEA

of service to any citizen: I\\
Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCII'S DRUG STORE. iWSHlJlRSSf aM
of my .,'ount)'. I will al.! ANDREMOREII : I R
Fresh Potent Drugs At A Reasonable (Price. Filled Fla. HeJCisteredf'harmaclst. y / +
by he ready.BEST iA DIANfCIARE' 'L't coo
J\t Ioch's "' ,
Your Jle1\ItI\ ; is Our Main; Concern. May 1S'ek ; eY DtUi /

'iJI. Your Next Prescription? in- WISH ES JJiESGAECt. Y'BIVRlY[ ADAMS;W1.rRAIProducedbrma'61lLEN ; I aFN-t1 MAYOIl eXeX.-I.O.IOOr.O,10.e I ucI5N M111M0.1iaIYM 01 1 't. \ / I ,t
Open! Dally 8 A. M. 71.11.-:\ Sunday 10 A. M.\ 12 Noon aleckdbr86WtrIEYNANua21ci1sruav7tckicotor' : p.


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_DAY....RCJt.... mL" 18TKADTrOItD rIO7NTprT19L1IORAPHd .......... rtonTiT.. ___ ....l'o' _dr.-'"__.

I Mod: l So f- 'Free Chest X''rays; (Orems Store), 12 noon to 3 7-91, with nine acts; and Senior Judges .ot the show 'will 'bl _

I I ''N s rd ? p.rn. ''Starke (Reno, Oak dr Division (Ot'lidell 10.12) with'I Lynette RorJy, IOf:starke;; and. .
d dt d Lr for Being: Offered Brownlee Sts.). 6 to 8 p.m slK- acts. Marlece SEdm' and Jerry'ffuwile. .. ,:

di r April Through April' 4 I Three prizes will bo awarded I .-. both of Green Cove

i A wt arIL Talent Show In each at the three vlllions( : i iLt Springs ? .

0. 1'i u'6 ,' Fashion Show Free Chest X-raYJI, given by prIze, $25; 2nd, $13; and, Thcre Is no adintSlilon: charge' .....
thf! mobile unit of the State t tBoardot At Far; Arena I 3rd, $10. tor the show a .

yet 1 1rv i 9,7'z r I Ilerome Models for\ the Junior Woo Health, will continue'I
nilan's 'Club "Apt'JI F1 In Bradford County through 7.
M1I SDrlng Fashion Show wet's"l Thul'day! April 4. I Thursday P.Ai. i
rfi lrd dnv r'fr. ..hta April 6. \All persons 18 years ot age.or CAR SAFETY CHECK i'nLct

Y I; ,' e nounced today by show coord!. over are eligible for this Fairgoers who attend the annual [
,a r lkt nut or Carolyn Houset.POJ'tlc1patlng' service which Is provided as a I Talent: Shotonight I ITllUrR'lw cos help. yo" get your ca. *. In perfect mechanical eoa1" "

In the fashion j pint effort .by the Bradford ( ) at 8 o'clock are dltiun before the nl".v .It

t s tYof paradd'areI: fOt'mO!' Strawberry County He.nlth'Department and I promised a program with more I

Queen Veda DopRon; Fay Ah- the- State Board ot Health In"variety and originality than In STATE INSPECTION LAW L.

r drew, Ginger 'Baldwin, Mary cooperation with the Tuberculotis the past, according to Richard Ones Into effect We will IJt"Pl"l't lights, horn, brakes, ,t...

aI I AgnesFBrguaon, Jay and'Jana and Reapratory Disease Jorktl drcctor.Jockol : I tires', shacks I> at 110 co..t to you Drive In today No }
Johns Oo'\d\'V'in.' H a I'ri e t Jackson, Association of Northeast! Florida .: said. that the Adult :

t Eloise'' 'Loudon! Tina Norman Division has been eliminated balaUmlo .

Y Asks ReelectionTo Deborah' Prevatt, .sandI Sand Remaining daos for the i this year, and the show will be I GET YOUR SAFETY CHECK STICKER a
I fr1s In three categories: Elementary! :
er8! Brenda Saw, JoAnn and x-raYIJ Are:
Commission Suzanne Sawyer, Dorhann Io'r.dav.: March 29 StarkeWlnn I School age with sIx acts SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY :
listed<.l; Junior Division (Grade,
Span leJ', Nancy Struth Paula ( Dixie) 11 a.m. to 2 p.m, '
Ralph Bryan Shuford Asks:. :''oily Seekse.ef 01'.1 Gene Tanner, and Jean and 4 to 7 p.m. TlnmlilDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY [II :-
Jerome Johns announced this Ann' Vrblffln. Saturday, March 30Starkeold UUlliop ht Full 4-Ply

Seeks Seat Term ation To week as a candidate for reelection Fashions for the 'Snual show ( Florida Bank!, building)) GLASSFOR. Tires' Jolt Tire Rtog. Price
I to the Board of County are provided by Carp's, Eagle's, 10 a.m to 1 p.m., and 2 to fi ICon 2nd Tire M Price plus Fed&.. a
District 3 PURPOSEMirrors Set Tow In Tow out and ..
Leila' and
Commission Stump's p.m. Tat 4l Sales Tax and Trade :
Qn' On Board: School Board (South Starke), The forelgn.born ot Starke Tuesday April 2-nampton Correct Caster and Camber, In Oft Your Car .r : _
Now ip his. seventh year on will ,be given complimentary Bal. 2 Front Tires -
City Hall, 11 a.m. to 1:30: Bhwkwall Whitewall'' :
'iRalph P. Bryan, 35, Starke, Dave L. Shuf.rd, of'LawteYI' the board, Johns was appointed tickets to the show, and will p.m. Starke (Lincoln City), PURPOSE Ports and' Labor Extra ItNN'CIt',1
qualified< Wednesday, March has qualified! for re-eItCUon I I6edney"+po:Hall has announced in 1981 to fill a vacancy, was be'honored dUring the evening, 2:30: to 3:30: p.m. Lwwtey (Sam FOil EVERY BUY 2 TIRES :
21. all a candidate for the DIs- Dlatrlcl( bJr.candidacy fOr re-eleo- elected to a two-year unexpired according to Ann Whlffht, JWC
County Commissioner, Brown'a Store), 4 to 7 p.m.
trict 3 county cornmlsdon.post One, In the :May' ''PI'lM8.rl&s. HIs ,, tidn to' the Board of Public term in 1962, and a full chairman of International af- April 3 Starke (Development SHEA'SIco. SAVE 25% d M
A different 'Ibrand of term in. 1964; GULY $888
politi- In8l1rUcttlMl- DistrIct In the Pour-year fairs.
now completing hIs .first. .. 4. Commission) 8 to 9 a.m.,
clan Is sorely needed from the term In the.office.; May prImaries. He Is presentlY It!'whnounctnr this Iweek, he Entertainment during the eve- Big Dad plant, 10 to 11:30: a.m. co. i GET QUALITY: TOO
local levelS to the state and re.eltkUon, his second four- said: it is 'with humbleness njng' show will Include talk
In annollncln& COInplettnlrt RenD School, 2:30 to 3:30: p.m. 372.4315 J'72435JUII
national, level of government, Shuford ea14F year t&rm'on the board. and gratitude that I ask for songs by "The Three Cheers" Mutual Lumber Co., 4 to Ii p.m, N.W. 4th Place FIRESTONE -- A & A SUPPLY :

wlth, better representation of "I am awae-of'! thaw trnst Il,'aftftoonclng, Hall said re-election as your County I Kay Colon, Della Wilson and Thursday April .. -..Brook'r Goh e.Yiilo Stnrke 31Z W. Madison _
the "average" citizen, who lethe the people hava. paoedo.4J1o.me! his philosophy &8- a,. member Commissioner from District. 3. Beverly McRae). .
real "backbone" of the and I have worked hard to up- will be as stated In the creed Humbleness, as I feel that I The ShOlN begins at 8 p.m, .:
buntry) Bryan says In an- hold thIs trust and' confldene.(! for School Board members: to have served'' you to the best and will ho held at the Starke .STAILlsIIDD 1904BQd'

ounclng his candidacy. I will continue to dO>, my best be open mln-d&d'': to respect of 'my ability, never faltering Woman's Clab. ) SEMI.ANNUAL -
The District 3 post 18 now in'my service to you, but continuously Tickets are still available
to with dignity
you the rights of others to' have
eld by Commissioner Jerome ,been intention endeavoring to provide from Junior Womans Club FURNITUREandAPPLIANCES. :
and honor. It has my)
and opinIons to treat
express :
obns. and desire to'oPePl/.tt/ I school personneland the cltl for: you'the (beet. ,county members, or from participating IT//]] 1 I i

;A newcomer to county paU- your county government on.a wry fairly and ethically; to government possible. Gratitude merchants. Admission .1 for 1
Ice Bryan has been employed sound, buslneBllllke basis and to you, the people, forgiving adults and.760 for students.
makeml' own decisions a' Made In Our Own :
the Accounting Department at all times, 1 have trled'togive me the vote and support
t the DuPont Company for you the most benefits for board meetings after hearing you have in thepeat. Factory By :
years. He 18 an assistant all the facts presented."I Mercury Dips
your tax dollar. "I have governed my action 'eI
shall strive to maintain Craftsmen
easurer of the DuPont Miningmployee'a :
"In serving as chairman for on the board 1n doing what I
Credit! Union.A the second year, I act as ax- "armonious' working relation- felt were the desires and wlshras Below Freezing

native of Bradford County, officio member of all committees hips among board members: of a majority of the people.It $ TRADE .. :
ryan Is married to the former! and am pleased with the stifling personal'interests: as- has been my sincere and The dip ed below I 0 IN '.. .N Ii
ogene Roberts at Lake But- progress we are making with sisting others to work' effectively honest Intention to be your freezing mercury 01'1 Sunday and; Mon- i. ALLOWANCE* $10 Trade.ln Allowance For Your Old" ::

' 1';, the couple has two eons. countywide zoning, drainage, ; and maintaining firm spokesman, on the board, thus set- Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring I. I-
' day mornings, probably
ryan Uves on SR-230 east of roads and the new county auto convictions, while using tact voicing your views and opinions 1 gardkss of condition on the "rchase o' :
records for the dates
' tlni.new : ,. 1 l
arks Inspection slatlon which wlll In areas 'of'd18agreement with for 'better and more economical tYtu i. p. Any New Unit. All Badcock Bedding isr .
ot March 24 and 25.
-.f He Is a member of Hope go Into effect June 1. fellow board members. county government."In Low readings at the Frost +' Unconditionally Guaranteed, .:
r apUst Church, president of "I earnestly 'believe the experience "U tha) ,country Is to remain serving you for the past r I
outhslde Elementary PTA, I have gained during strong, education and seven years, I have pursued the Warning Service station at KING-SIZE COMFORT

cretary of the Bradford the past three years enables defense must be paramount:' businessman's approach incounty' the Bradford CountyHospital Nib ; I
oping' Club, and a director me to meet and .olve our prob- Hall statedd He Is active In government, and I was 31 delfreee Sunday morn- '> AT A BUDGET-PLEASING PRICE! ,a.

the North Central ''Chaptfr! lems In a progressive manner, both of these areas serving on through bringing centralized ing, and 39''Monday morning. srurN f ; 1 V rU .

the Florida Credit Union and that this experience Is invaluable the School Board, and'al8o as j purchasing to your county, we There wall light frost both A ,r- .., t kl -
''Tfeague."t' tG you, the peoople." an officer In the Army' Re- have saved thousands of dollars. mornings. I u-

Shuford expressed apprecta- serve. I have tried to provide There was some sIght dam. QUILTED QUEEN
I Lion for being allowed to serve with the beet equipment age to exposed strawberry wa p I \
to the the
NOTICE TO D"lFt\ID'\ Hall Is marrIed county hffa. INNERSPRING MATTRESS
bloom, and the late cold had ) :r/' u \
CJRCI'IT COURT, BRADFORD In this capacity for the past mer Nanice Dansby and' they possible la bbtb the roan I OR MATCHING BOX SPRING ,
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN I the effect of holding berries M"N r
: three ,
and the'moaqutto
years have two sos: Steve 11, and department Mott ''rte 'r j" '
CHA."CERY: : sa Feature. Compote at $4995 '
I control which has back from ripening for an- : : _
program .
C RNA No. 272 Richard, 3. N.r..dd'n.wF.1.nd' .
N .
JVILLIA.\f ROBERT :If-RAE resulted -in' greater production other few days Market Man- _- _
;, Plaintiff, I Defendant, "I am thankful for the op- with the same number of employees ager Bob Allen said yesterday :l .Jt:9-P.Ii': !!! .. 'ittJ1II":' ...,: .Ii\'Jr:! :o't' 9
portunllY' serving Il l.nl ed.o 4 -- -
MARY L )UISBsMc! RAE To: Mary Louil.e MeHa. office thereby keeping our that it Is still hoped to start .P- $3095
I -
In this important
You are hereby nutlfled that County, and: will be' grateful,.if badgat at a minimum. I am .auctions on April 1. ,Jo*.rte dpring F-urea: /.y, r

tit to reelectme proud of the drainage work we a d 1d 44% MORE'SLEEPING ROOM
the voters see /
"ONE" PLAN PROTECTION have started and completed ..n..9, r.N $16 lS
Hall. concluded. u. .f Badcock' King-Si. d p wt hoe 1800 Compare d
Both Wetet' -
over the past years ,
.qu r. Inch. mar. I..ping roam .f
Oak and Alliga.r Creek / than e r.aulur doubt. b.d. 01w..
for everything a .ult for divorce has be"n' tiled hive been completed, and yr Gf' add.d .'..ping comfort I,.. y.uY1
against you In the above n..modCuu.t Sampson Canal is near completion. crowding end ,agging, fllNwe, ki
are Aw
and cause and you
Life Health Home Car required to- serve a copy of yourunewer SLUMBER QUeEN HERE'S WHAT'YOU GEL- Queen Size
; or' pleading to the cornphtint "I believe. the experience I ..WNIUNdxln.. N.w.INU.
1 on the Plaintiff' At INNERSPRING MATTRESS ,,, 60" 75" 1
I..rnev Hc>n. Lea Green At"rke, have gained during the, past OR MATCHING BOX SPRING I ""I d-n.D.e.au w x d
Florida and file the original In seven years in county government I e/lwdr w.grin.f.nd.u.n.nln $
all through one the Clerk of the Coil .. Compare al $59.5 i 0990 ,
the office of will enable me to more .405 Matlr. AI-.Ynll.bl.will,.utNd A.-1.,.
Clreult Court on or before the a
lr.lh day vf April 19&8: oth r- effectively represent you in the "I" 'o".kln" Pad.Fl.nalaforonBoth
I wine the ailegutloni. of said future, If re-elected," Johns S 9 5 DELUXE FOAM BEDDING
MAN Complaint will be taken aa con- Sldeo
teNsed by.you concluded Pr..Bullt Toped Edge Choice of Regular ,
This notice shall be pnbliaheeonce Bord.,
each week for tour conM."utlve Each or Extra Firm
fa r .
PLAN week- In the BRAD- Odor 1..1110,1 BD-Cail
cording to. law the property Boe Spring Tr.at.d for M
dcscrlbed In .u..1\ certificate or Florida
I Dated this 14th day of March, e..rUfh'ate will be sold 10 the Tropical 1 ( 4 t!
CHECK 1968. highest bidder at the court house,'
CHAnIIDS A. DARBY, door on the first Monday In FEATURES:
Clerk or the Circuit Court Month of April, '988, which I.
By aeutah 111. :Moody the let day ot April, 1988. .-_. Odorln, dr
Deputy Clerk Dated this 20th day. of February darn toot QUILTED MAID H..vyoaty
? You'..
SAVE TIME 3-U tt 4.11 1998.Charles. Savings Smooth I,L. lord.,
(AND MONEY TOO) A. Darby In'S Check Statel'arm'.low INNERSPRING MATTRESS .u.lil TirhisF I
Notice Of Applleatloa Fur Tae Clerk of Circuit Court of OR MATCHING BOX SPRING Shc end Vsntllatlny
rates Iruthteg
CALL Deed>> Bradford County, Florida Insurance rates so v
See..19".III, F. .N.Notice 3.1 4t 3.2.a low that .many ca..al drly 405.C.1I Maltras Compare al $69.95 Unell ld by Clanln, fdu.nU
1. Hereby Given th.tMr. 51.01 Pod 4 fl.t.lol'? my I. Heidi.
WIllie Brown, the holder of No'rl'F. OF IV'1'EVTiON' TO ors may save Important Pith:;:Bd.s i iIt"

BILL POWELL flied the meld following certificates certlfleate.. for a tax has .101Gbl'I'1-111 Notice IB t'IC'M'nO hereby given SAME that! dellan. And check State 'rim. Poly nil '.d $ 9 5 Only 8. /. Goodrich Finl Quakily '
loll,, Sido i Pincer. Rubber Used In Our
be le.ued thereon. The under the pro-
deed to the undersigned Farm aervlee-IO good that S 9 I
certificate' numbers and years of Visions of M..ctlon 88.09( Florida Ir.al.d f. Ir.plc.1 / I FOAM MATTRESS
Phone 964.60164 40S W. Madison S. Issuance the description of the Statues 1&8ft. will register people insure more cars 'eels' Each AQ
property, and the names In with the Circuit Court 'a' und than with 10-Cail l ea Sprlnl
which aB.e..d are a. Bradford Florida, with u. anyone 8aclcoclc MAIMiSf AND Poll N.INOS 'WIN 111ULL 1111Mattresses
Starke, Florida It wan for County With Duct (OYI/ 1
follows" : upon receipt, 0' proof of pubilcation "e. CaD metodaUIMl LUX-I-FOAM 849" 59'1t
Certificate No 131. Year of of thlw notice. the tlo- I
INSURANCE by NATIONWIDE Issuance 1988.Description. tltioua name of Plasa. Lod..eal..lel Are $59'1 6901UncondlllQnally
of Property No. under which I am engaged RRI'M'WILLIAMS' QUILT
4819. Lvt a of .8LX. a In Lincoln In business at V.H. Ul, f- 59901'S
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. City. North edge city limits, atarkyFL' ,6 HARV-I-FOAM (Reg.) 3991
NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CU. Name In which aese.sed'Irene. IAa.Mary. Guaranteed 1 "'
Elenun et..1. D. Brown, Sill N. HARV-I-FOAM (Firm) 199 8119!
NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE CO. All of said property being IntroX Temple Avenue. Starke, Floridu 117't
In : unly of Bradford, Slate C .en. eopebl
of :; Datede this 2lith day of,M..r.h. N. WALNUT rGadd 1 ti4". ,
home office: Columbus, Ohio certificate; Bradford 't + ,, a
I t Unless such or cectiflcates A.U. 1989 at Clarke STltEET 1 e e i
:, ..haU be redeemed. CountYI Florida, 82r'4t 4.18S'pring ,' e e I

PRICES GOOD' I 964-5391 .

sun '.,M Visit Our Booth the Far; Wed. T/Jurs. Fri. Sat.
I 11 H T UI'B., F'rl., Sat. i STATE FARM MUTUAL// at -- c
5. e're 1 : (FINALLY) AUTOMOBILE INSURAHCE: ; r'ELL00nacrennLINOU ..
March 28, 29, 30 COMPANY, HOIII OffiCE: cIIIIII;: I

I -1)OS) INsulANctP .. 128 S. Walnut St I.hone 964-5289 .


Bargains Galore On, Annua' SeedShrusmWuIbsBeautiful b :: AND :.

heady To Plalit, Bring The Strawberry :
: : FamIly. To :' .
BS""s" FRU

R 0 : AZAlEAS 44; 't i TREES' The Bra'd oi-d I Festival

Pea.ce.- Garnette- ,

Eclipse New Yorker Bud and Bloom .... i I Peach ea3:25 County :

Many Others' Many R .
'Pear ea. 3.25. .
Varieties ea. Wed., Thurs., :

$157 Per.im'n sad 3..25. .

ORTH.O GRO" : c 4 BIG, DAYS Fri., Sat.

1 Figs', ea. 1.65 FAIRGROUNDS u.s. 3)1( NORTH STARKE :
Variety Liquid'Fertilizer .

Available at $2.50 up Huy' I Gal,' $4.9R'2nd' Gal. OTHERS" VISIT FUN ZONE EXCITING MID\VAY'--\ FUN' FOR THE FAMILY

Ready Red Pontiac To.Plant Seed Potatoes LB 7c I Valencia I S ee d.P eanuta lb' a Take The Thrilling Rocket Plane Ride Or Tilt The World


EACH DAY AT 6:30: AND 9:30: FRIDAY 2:30: 6:3Q AND 930;

... UTI
Pellets 100 Ibs. 5.75 o uzo'tI Begonia' ea. 25cartdooat I

CaJadium' ea. 25c'' .: .45 Rues! Concessions, Shows! Visit the Booth The Livestock Reg-

Camelia Azalea 5 Ibs. 79c O"hJia _ ea. ;;tAc I .
:: later For Free PrIzes At The Various Display Booth hl

Rose Special 10 Ibs. 1'.39 Phone 96.5745. Gladiolius doz. 69c'j.j.

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.flrdlGft OI'Ie-_Page-!!lis BRADFORD COt1NTY TF.T.1'ORAPD.': RTARK1IJ. n.oRm.c TutrnSD.\Y. 1\IARI1'28. tDGS

Intoxicants. Ma was sentenced wanton reckless driving; FranCe about a mile from the Newman trol, and structural steel, to be ti'Ic's' -'annual'meeting'' In Keystone Library, Agricultural Stabilisation ..1 Saturday. March 30 lIars!

County Court to a tine of $250 or 90 daysIn Nrpollan Edwards, unlawful Child 3 home. contracted. to separate sub' ,Height : .- .. -' and Conservation Servo, Frolics, 4 p.m.
Jail and' his license wns revoked speed and Willie Keaton, contractors. ,Exhibits winning special ire' : The talent show, beauty

for 90 days.A selling alcoholic beverages to Morgan. days It Is necessary, cognition. at Wednesday- after; ice.Commercial Division City' pageant, 'and horse frolics are

Under Way second cnao against Williams minors Is r Missing RenovationSet because of the spec Itlca.tloftsagreed' noon's judging all', from out of Stark 'Leila's. .Stan's Boot-' annual highlights of. the fair.
driving while his license Guilty pleas received through '
: upon with the sta.teDI'partmen.t of-town judges, were: ery Quigleys Antiques and Gates! will be open to the
WAR Jevoltcd. wan dismissed. Wednesday are: and the verbal Junior. Education Division Badcock Furniture.The \ public from noon. until 4 p.m.
(Continued From) Page One] Two cases are still on the Danny Phillips malicious injury &t had with various ii Starke and Bradford( .FFA
(Continued From Page One] At BBS agreement Bradford County School dally. Admission at the gate *-
decent language and trcspnssing. calendar for Thursday, March prc-sentence investigation companies for the component- Chapters, 2) Bradford County system received an award of Is adults, 50 cents and students, r
28 Thomas Albert' charged I set. places. The pit to school 4-H Club and 3)) Future Home-. !
WAS also scheduled to botricNl was later systems approach, ; merit for outstanding work in 23 cents.
Wednesday. But he also'i with sale of whiskey In a dry ltrbara: Brown assault' and dragged without results. construction, to dissolve .he makers of :Bradford' High. its 12 'booths which occupiedone 1 1F
pica Jed guilty and Judge Yawn:I'I' county. and Jack Arnold Manning -' buttQiy:: sentenced to a fine of Two. helicopters ansi a plane [Continued from Page One] general contract with Drake School. whole side of Building: No.

ordered a prescntence charged with unlawful $83 or 10 days In jail. A second were sent by the Army Na- will replace it. All other exIsting and- sign separate contracts. 'In the Adult Education and 3. ] WE DON'T HAVE IT. "

:. gation. InvI'SU-1' speed. charge of entering without : tional Guard from. Jacksonville facilities will be utilized with each component supplier. Commercial Dlvlsiona- awards Livestock judging took place we'll get It for you. Office ,
his Williams, 'Cases till set for trial Friday breaking '0 commit a misdemeanor for low flyln! over the aiea and some new .ones. will be Drake would however, still.be were made by title rather than Wednesda ynlght. Supplies, Furniture. Equip-
are Thomas Manning Jr., was dismissed. but the mls.siUj: ; child could. not .' for coordinatingall Winners were: ,
.,be tried Wednesday, pleaded I constructed. responsible place. !Program for today (Thursday..March' ment. Bradford County
while intoxicated, -
guilty March 12 to driving' driving profane lola Little sale of whiskeyin be hpottcd. A system of malls and classroom the systems. :Adult Education.-. Commissioner's .28) is: Concert, 4ip.m. Telelrraph.
.: while' under the Influence of I language and anDlxi a dry county gcntenred to Among the groups taking walkways will eventu- Board Member Rodney Hall Award' the Bradford ., and Talent Show 8 pm.
a $50 fine or 30 days In jail. part In the search were Clay ally connect the high school strenuously' objected to the County 'Public HealthNursing ,Friday...March 29.5.- Beauty IF WE DON'T HAVE IT,
lola J Little, possession of and Bradford County Civil Def from Temple. Avenue west to contract change without legal Advisory.Council; ,Best'_cAll- Contest' Elimination, 3 p.m.; we'll ret it for you. Office '
whiskey with intent to sell in j <'nao Units! Florida National tho present physical education advice. A decision- was delayed.at ., Round 'Exhibit, Bradford Coun- Finals of Strawberry Beauty Supplies, Furniture, Equip-

EPOULTRY a dry county sentenced to a (Ounrd: Staikp Police\ )Department rucIJities. The sketch represents his request, to allow Supt. ty Agriculture products;, Fair Pageant, 7:0::: p.m. ment. --. Bradford County
fine of $200 or 30 days In ( ., Bradford. County Sher- a "master plan" for Casey time to. consult the Association President',A-wo-rd,, r Telegraph.

jail.John ifl'j dopnitment' ,Floildt. Came completing over $2.5 million State Department legal staff Florida State :Prison. _
SUPPLY I Perkins, sale (It whlllI -i Commission, Clay Elpctrlc Cooperative I, In school construction. ; and the SchoolBoard's: at- Commercial DIVlslo traw- .
: I key in a dry county, sentenced Bradford Roping Main reason. The special torney. berry'Queen's' Award, Starke SALE: FRI. AND SAT. ONLY

to a fine of $200 or to 30 Club Starke Utilities Department meeting was called Tuesday Is Builder. "Supply' ; Most:,Outstanding WILSON & TOOMER 4-7-5 FERTILIZER '
days In. :jail. I Independent( Telephone a needed contract change' in Exhibit. Slade Gas:
COMPANY, II John Perkins, possession of i Corp. employees. Bradford the middle /school. project justvttlng Fish Fry Fairest of the Fair Nancy's $2.19 100 LBS. i

whiHkcy; with intent to soil In County CommunJcntloivi. Club, '< / started. Flowers.: .
a dry county, sentenced to a 'I andthe OninCBVlllr Cad"tSquadl'on The Board now la operating Special. sweepstakes'i11.norwers Bamboo Rakes .- .. .. .. ea. 79c
'fine of $200 or 30 day in ) of Civil Air Patrol. ;

NOW OPEN. I jail. Dogs wore! brought from the under Drake a Construction general contract Co.with of Kicks Off Fair Needlework-a Iidlea sweater : ,Dog Food .. .. .. 50 Ibs. $3.99 "
I six other cases were dis State rrlson! 'hut were not '
)ciila/ for $410,900 for the entire made by Mrs. Lola. Johnson.]
missed. micros\ ful In picking up the job. According to Architect: Foods Division .a loaf. of Tomato and Pepper Plants (;iarclen and

218 E. WASHINGTON ST. trull. Morgan, however, the job-.spcIfiriition [Continued From Page One] wheat bread baked .by Mrs.. Flower" Seed ,

; Although nandlrapped. the as approved by the was glad to get away from George. Tribe. j.
Blackshear .i-lilld mulct mnvf" t filily I rapid State Department of EducatiOn : Washington, D.C. to sunshine HnoraifleMention( Awards STARLING FARM SUPPLY "J
Iy Jli's, Civs an: III. and hid! called for here 'The will, went to-seven. exhibits adult
: COMPLETE SUPPLY OF separate .com- .congressman 316 E. Hrownlee St. Phone 961-6062
Dies i wandori'd( on :mother occnsionI )ponents lighting climate con- speak Thursday at Clay Elec- Education,"-;> B'radtord.County.: j', .


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Episcopal Church.

-. I He entered the U.S Army .'
Feb. 2. 1967 and received his
Complete Line Cumberland I basic training at Ft. Bennlng
Ga. He was graduated as an ., j
:; Equipment Installed To Your honor student, second In his! t! .
USED VACUUM cleaners
class from U.S. Army Paratrooper reconditioned

; Specifications Training Brigade, Ft.I If you find your name among the Classified Ads, CARL BEGGS $13 up. 10 dlfferen -1
Benning. name\ brands to choose from
Gulf Service
.. Blackshear received the come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Parts & excellent repairs al = 11
Purple Heart for wounds received USED PARTS makes. KIR3T SALES &. -
: In action last Oct. 9Ho FKKE! PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top Pile'for Wrecked' pan,I STOVICE 712 N. :Ham Gaines _

Beat, The April First < loft for Vietnam last Aug... 84 Hour WreoXor Bervlc* yule 878-7110 tfrhs3TART1NO !!. '
13. Theatre Passes 'in. .

Sales Tax Increase ._ FiMlOiL l 1 1AA new classes fo
our late comers. Tap Billet
; 'I ...S'ft' ft Qreen fttnmpiitlwy. & Aoro etc. Ph. 9647098. 'fchs
- 2nd Commission
I I 801 N. Waldo
9. 110 Lemon St. PsJatka ', 488-1111' JIMMY MOORE'S

TREMENDOUS SAVINGS I:'I&) to 1,1: words ____ .- 1.23 "I
Race Furniture "L; C"OONWAYrL't1NO'
(Minimum charge)
Upholstered & RefinishedMAII'RESSE : SERVICE: !

: AT NASWORTHY'SUp / Each word over IS __ .07 $ REBUILT FLIGHT INSTRUCTION.; Airplane I -BOAT FOR ,
[Continued. From Page One] rental Greyhound: Bu8C'I1&1'ter.Keep YOUR MONEY BACKHOE DOZERS \
Extra charge If not New Inner prmg your party ,together Starke Ph. 964-5791 DUMP; TRUCKS
Only office lacking a candi- laid In advance! ___- .S3 I and Box Springs charter a feu*. Phone SERVICE MOTOR : I

date this. week Zedra i is County Commissioner Drop 0* A Caord e. Call 944-A009., tfehg Like Hew 1966 Speed Four 25-TON; GRADER CllANE

; : .i44J I S post. Hamilton Hamilton'sDistrict has Memorials, Resolutions PALATKA EA S-91C3 'INSURANCE SO hp. Elec. Start Evlnrude DRAG LINE, '/ YD.Ditches .
Indicated he will seek reelection 7 contu per word HIts.PEGGY SHAIXEB* .AT-REDUCED RATES Only' $599. :Mercury 650-
but has not 85 hp Elec: Start Only $550
I yet qualified. I 809) K. ASides St. AUTO FIRE, BOAT 0

Courthouse officials who CAKDS OF THANKS St..rtl. ., Agent.. iI r.c1.J80'I't..m.( : : n. CONNER
& 1,. are Circuit Court Clerk Charles _ I 50 wordt or heat, 3.00 -). Fla.--New and nearly new ladles' Dug
;;f' $"f ..: tfchl1iM'Ps
1A Darby, Sheriff P. D. (Pete)
mens' and chUdrens'clothes
Hitch: word over 50 __ .07 Lots Cleared
Reddish Tax Assessor Gene
,, &1 ioJ and shoes very cheap.
fO Long Tax CoUeceor. J. R. : 8tp 3'28 Fill Dirt .
Kelly, County. Judge Theron A. SILVER SANDS LAKE
Yawn Jr., School Superintendent .. ,, ,E.W AND USED FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2
$2.700 to $3.500 .
Thomas L. Casey, and SALESPARTSSEHVICEDetpa&irShallow bath concrete block home in
To :J6 Months To Pay I Supervisor of Elections Neva GATOR nONE LAKE : Wells Saratoga Heights. Phone 961- Rs E. 'Bob'Daley

Flynn. $3,575 to $1.275 Wat Softeners: & Filters: 7369 or 984-3809:; after 5 p. m.tfchff.
Now is the time to save big on that I'' I I EASY TERMS .Expert Service On

Spring Furniture you've been planning Service ''I See S. E. McKay AH Makes! CAREY'S: FLORIDA TRAD-

Prompt TOOLS AND : Keystone. Heights Phone 961-7061 ERS: Antiques bought and
I 473-4710 or 47.1-llV.i DURRANCE PUMP sold1. Top cash paid for Fine
FAIR WEEK SALE! For Repairs LADDERSFOR I'honeni, : 473-4816
I David Montgomery ,AND SUPPLYCO.SPBCIALIZINO :; Furniture -Glassware. Hwy 17 117 South 3rd St.

9x12 Linoleum Rugs .- $3.99 ea. I LARGE OR SMALL mm FOR SALE-:BRICK HOUSE TYPEWRITER RENTALS in sales ,of Green. Orange Cove Springs Paite BlandingBlvd. tfch Palatka, Fla.
ready for occupancy. :3 bedroom
Real Estate and in I
f Day,' week, or month.-Brad- .appraisals Phone 325-3496
for estates and Individual
Vie have one of the best TV technicians: corporate -
DID YOU KNOW it's easy to ,, outside of city limits In ford County Telegraph. Phone! \ < owners. 30 ex- CONSOLE MODEL SEWING.
in this section.C. years
CO. own a Longcnnmp Home? Plnebi-ceze. Easy monthly !W4-6S05.. tf erlence\ In Florida land. mat- Machine. Must place in your. /
Better built for Florida liv terms. Longchamp Cc 1st Co. area. A-l shape. Zig Zags,
H. NASWORTHY J 3 bedroom. home In the coun. ters. A. .1. Thomas, Realtor. ,
Ph. 964-5039 I ing. Your pi.ins cr ours Contact :Buloid Mitchell try. Priced to sell. S1Ilrlc! Fla., tfchg 'nakaa buttonholes. fancy deJlgns STARLINGFarm
Furniture and Appliances I Your lot or ours. contact Bu- pone 964-6853. P. O. Box sews on button, np-
Ij. 2 bedroom home in the city.
I ford Mitchell phone 0848853. 238 Starke. U.b'" pliques. monogram. rti, f Sril'
j. P. O. Box 238, Starke Must sacrifice. MAKE TODAY .'.. new for over $300. "l LIST Supply
tf"'iI";: THANK: YOU NOTES-Beau- 233 acres. Partially Improved. MOVING DAY I SACRIFICE.' Just pay balance
tifully engraved la gold or REAL ESTATE i 316 ISrownlcn: .., 1WI-HIW2
Move Your Insurance $63, or assume $8 monthly pay' ,
,NEW MOBILE HOMES: OhlcI .silver $1.25 for box of 25, Including BUY- SELLTRADE Business To ments. Will take older machinein r FEEl UTIM/KK

I I kasha 20' x 24 wide UiMdv-I : envelopes. Bradford BILL POWELl. I' "The Man From _trade. Call Credit Manager
Clemson, 'Layton travel lrn IIi i 'Bounty Tele rapt.. tl Real Estate I COLLECT Jacksonville 353- LAWN SUI'I'LIKS
i era, Liberty. Taylor. Aa lea, i 1941,,i anytime. Will deliver, m '
NO. 603 -FLORIDA FARM I 401 W. Madison St.
Buy. sell trade. Y binlt E.
I "ar flnancing obligation. 4tchp; 3-28'
I free net up and 1 de- Xlnt. 80-acre farm; 40 acres Phones: Of!; 964-0464 II I
livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER Improved pasture 40 wooded LaRUE SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding UMilJ:; MJUNI1UKKANI
r pine.]. 2 deep wells, WE BUY used furniture, appliances achines for sale electrics
Jax. 771-8776. tfc-hff fenced cross fenced. Fine 60' or anything of value.I Auto Fire % .' ;..:'irabtract ion, credit btil- UPHOLSTERING
burn Sturdy cement ,block Dahmers Discount House*964- : ance. ,Bradford County Telegraph. -
', .Homeowners .
FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration ranch; 7 rms., 4 brms-bath. 7923. tfchg : ..-"-. '-"-.':* tf
. .it J.ffec& Accident 7" FENNELL'SKARGAIN
: Service. Home and Gas heat. Panelled L. R. I'' '
; HOUSE For Rent-4 bedroom Keystone Heights"" FcRSALE -' MU. 7 3-4 yds.
Commercial. Phone 473-3090 fireplace. Ideal location. -near I I CENTER;
1it4F : P. O. Box 19. Keystone. tfchcc town, schools college. A Family furnished or unfUrn1I>bed. .' '473-4692 \" heavy Imported. Belgium Linen I 1 1z' Ml. So. : oi- Starke
Central heat and elr-condl- I for _drai>eriefl.! ;, HO: 1 Dinette&iIvItli'
FOR SALE -- 800 W. CypressSt. : Man's Farm; 33500. Honing. Wall to wall carpet. 4.Chairs.. $15: 1 Cypress EUNICE NURSERY
Terms.No. STEREO
., Starke. 3 bdrrny.: some. furniture PlU; 944-7389 or 463-112. WITH CON.SOLE '; i*: Tftiea'tabte' lamp'$5. :Mrs. Tomato, Pepper and Eggplant
625-20 I RADIO.
carport cypress trim acre poultry farm. tfcha Take up payments BarahiU, Rt.. l,.-Box: 507, III- plants
4 bldgs. 3 bedroom CBS home.I on 2-month-oId beautiful container grown.
F wood Interior. I'llred $13,500 way 21, Melrose. Ph. 473-6375.
On U. S. Hwy. 24750. Terms. PORTABLE:TYPEWRITER stereo console, like new. Banded annuals, shrubs, fruit
financing Call J. H. Up
:McEachern, RKALTOR: No. 636-Fla. Ret. farm. CBS REMINGTON lightweight, 4-speed record changer.Balance trees 2 ml. north of Lawtey
473-4106, Keystone: Heights, home. 3 bedrooms. dining good condition. Has (balance of due J88, or $S per month.: _If we haven't got It we can on 301. Turn at sign. Ph. 782-
Fla. 4t chg 3-28 I room 4'" miles town. $11,500. $34, or 'pay $7 per month. PHONE COLLECT", Jackson get It or It can't be got. Antiques 3465! tfchot

Good terms. Phone COLLECT Jacksonville ville 333-194S, anytime. Ask for furniture. Electric appliances.'farm'tools FOR SALK Volkswagen

WANTED Person. with Home STROUT REALTY 353-6901. Will deliver no obli Credit Manager. Wilt 'deliver, !; plows. wag- $185. lttr: Chevrolet flat bed
Economics Degree to work 2117 N. Temple Ave.. gaUon. 4teng 3-88 no obligation. A-I Warehouse 'ons. Deep freeze $45,00. New dump $750. Bridgestone Motor

with the Clay County Neigh- Starke Fla. FOR RENT 3 room and 'P1 1606.. Main St.' Jacksonville 3 c .4 06 each..new prehunsdoora cycle 7262. Call
I 4tchg: 8-28 .
(904)) 964-6600 :UseVt. and
borhood Service Centers Salary bath ,furnished eottage. Phone doors, screens
$480 per month for 12 i D64-3337.- tfchg ':FOR SALE by owner 'isevwal windows. New bricks: 5c each
; ;{lPLLEi--E;:: months. Send application to pieces of good used furniture. Good air condition. 45. Cement ARK YOU planning an extra

I ; CUBB, Lirawer 970 Starke I WANTEDCASH l FOR RENT Modem fur 2 four drawer bedroom dress.' \ mix 125. Bicycles, toys. room remodel to, your make home garage: ?
nr repair It
32001. This is an equal I nished 1 bedroom apartment; ers: 1 library table. I. head Remember' we buy sell or so, call Biiford Mitchell
oppar-I central heat. $45 utili trade. Orlfffa Trading Post Long-,
tunity employer. : PAID mo. plus and foot board for 4 poster champ Construction for
t'o .--.II I ties. No pets. No children. Call bed; 1 porcelain kitchen sink 2 3J4. rnUcs.North of Starke on Kstlmate. Phone Free

.. -' ...... modern Home In Starke : Good Clean Cotton Rags 9646225.: tfchg and metal cabinet complete 391. Open from 6 a. m. til 9 p 9646853.

If )you arc not saving; now, the Masonry with 3 bcdroomi. 2 No Khakis, Wool or FOR EFFICIENT bookkeepingand with fauceta and fittings Also .m."_ ryday.M P -BW PMB 2tp" "2'28'" tfrhir
baths terrazzo floor central FOR SALK
several -- Chicken farm
windows complete -
Scraps. income tax service, see HELP WANTED SUMMER
heat and air cond, large lot 10,000 broiler.
Mrs. Haddock ,118 S. Court St., with glass and frames 4 panel BEAD START- 1 Director. I capacity fully
likelihood of their with fenced back: yard.. storage equipped l 2 tractors.
achieving a college BRING TO back of Koch's Drug Store. doors with frames and 1 Social Director- Secretary ; and equipment
or utility house, paved 45!' acres, 20 tillable
screen door. Will sell on
I Phone 9646557.: Central] Book. one tor 10 Teacher Aides
10 teachers
street school. Reasonably'' paved l rora : near Bradford County & Serv all. For" further Information bedroom
keeping Employment 4 Lunchroom Workers. 1 CUs-
diminishes as the priced at $1650000 with ice. tfchg phone 9647679. Itchg be homo, pretty yard barns
terms A. J. Thomas, Realtor. Telegraph todian. Applications may fruit and nuts, saleable timber
i' Tel. 964-5701. WANTED Cook. Apply In FOR RENT-to desrlabl ten- obtained from the CUBS Office ; 2 miles east of Lawtey.

years go by. Open a Savings Account FOR SALE 'Filing Cabinets person at Longhorn Restau ant 10' x 48'.. 3 bedroom Mobile in the old USO 2tch:Building.3'28 $27,500 Mrs. H. H. Hamilton,
FOR SALE OR TRADE OR new 4-drawer. roller bearings. rant. 2tchg 328; Home. furnished. Ph. 964- Box 282 Lawtev. 3tp 4-11

here and be SWAP with small down pay-I $4200 each. Call Mr. Ricks. I 7498. 2tchr: ( 328! .SPACIOUS, C. B. 7 room Vernon E. Glisaon
ready! merit. Land 789 front footageon ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS .
964-S184. 4tp 4il; home.C. H.r,carport, patio 1H:
Highway 230. 1 mile east: "Helping Hands Club," meets FOR SALE-Registered Black .
I of Starke city limits. Ph. 984-': WOMEN: SEWERS WANTED: each Wednesday, 8 p.m. at Angus Bull 23 Months. Home- baths. city utilities.964-5388 Exclusive ..".... Mower* Push or Ride
'28 120 N. 'Court (across from Eileenmere 210 section., Phone. %\e Trade We RepairFIRESTONE
I 5211 or 964-6128. 2tp 3 Work at home doing simple place and Moles n tfchs
s'wlngVe supply materialsand courthouse). Also open Frl. and Hill ]Mlsj Burgess 121 breed. '
Savings and Loan FOR SALE -- "Exer-Cende": pay shipping both. ways. Snt. 8 to. 10 p.m. For information Ing a good solid herd bull TOMATO' PLANTS Hiway Free Pick Up ServiceIn

Revolutionary exercising\ de Good rate of pay. Piece work.I call 964-6631. Itp Or show prospect. Telephone ,,16 .west toS 229A; Hellbronn City
vice. Used l by the pro athletes Write Dept. W3. Jamster Industries 9049647679. Rex K. Smith, : church\! 4th house on right, I'hone 964-7592:
W'37 at' well ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Price $28,75: tax Included Call Sault St. Marie, MI h., Zip I tractive 2 bedroom furnished
Conch Dave Hiirse. day 964- 49783 cotta e. Good. location. Also FOR SALE ':.::.- 17 ft. .Deep. RUBBER STAMPS: and, FOR RENT 6 room unfurnished
:i 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 (!..!.''), night U33-2615. 4-Ut i unfuroUhed house in the coun- Freeze: $73,Call 004-0882. Pads*- Bradford County Tele-1 ]hOMo.).. 762 N Walnut,

J 4tchg 4-181, Cluurlea T. Lee 1[,try. W. H. Nollman. ttchg ltp rrapb. Ph. 961-6303. i Call 961-7444 or 984-5070. ltp


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rntmsDAY.! MAiicn tit 1M.! BRADFORD FOTTNTT TP'1': .EORAPII, HTAKKn.! FLORIDA' . Section!! 1-A Page Owl(

Trackman Thind ads senior." Elder had 8 long triple.
4 19-Year-Old Gainesville Youth Wi Third Top 'Jacket Standout Green Cove shut out the locals -

Stanout athlete of the day, 7-0 In a road game Saturday
,: Jackets 7949In however' was St. Augusllne'u! March 23. The Tornadoes

t. Starke Strawberry Golfing Tourney In Deland RelaysII Loop Meet 20.31high events Paul' ;Landry- tho Jump, broad who at won 5-7 jump, 120 four at McLeod those collected by, and Larry only Mercer Richard three, Williams. Paul hits.

In their !beat yard high hurdles at 14.5, and
/ji relay showing 21-31/x In the broad jump, to :Bradford High trackmen continued .
of the season, Coach George eclipse the old mark of 21-1 their domination of the ISO-yard low hurdles at I
The Tornadoes returned
One stroke on the final Loper's Tornado track team held by H. Seymour. Florida Star conference opponents 20.7. All of Landry's times and home March
hole the Starke Golf and captured third place in the De- distances were among the best Tuesday night
lust Tuesday, March 19,
20 but took loss
another 3-9
recorded In
Country Club's Second Annual Land Relays Saturday, March Fla. Star as they defeated the St. Augustine conference competition .
thin at the hands of St Augustine.The
23 year.
field of
Invitational last against a eight
Strawberry R Yellow Jackets 74.49at >
Yellow Jackets scoredone
:. weekend saw the 1968 championship -I schools. the new BHS field. Rounding out BHS nrorlnff
go to 19-year-old Ray Class 'AA Bishop Moore won Golf Tourney Tornado athletes won ton of were Tux Patrick, third In Ihodiscus run in the second inning
Merrill of Oalnesville. the event with 73 points, Sea. fifteen events, and were a cloxa throw (117-0)( t ); Tim on a hit butter, a tingle/ and
breeze followed with 53'and Here Murphy, second, in the high an eiror! They added two
FridayThe second In
the five events they
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On the 9-hole Par-36 course BHS was next with 47. Kls lmme.e didn't win. Jump (5Bill) : Bi'lolo, second more In the seventh on three
Merrill carded 74-70-144 over was fourth with 44'/i; De- In tho ,broad jump ((19- hits and another Tornado error -
Ito'loto Slur
the 36 holes to edge Starke'sHarold Land fifth with 42; Sanford Florida Star Conference I Plen Gnnnn and Bill Belote '7'/j' Hugh Stephens, third In .

Bishop, the 1966 champion sixth with 41, and Lyman and Golf Tournament set were double winners for BHS the broad Jump (118-10)); Plen Again the Tornadoes had

Palatka's Billy Turner, Palatka tied for seventh with Friday, March 30, will be play-, AS they tied for top spot In Gnann, second In the 120-yard only three hits, singles by Gary''
who won the 1967 champion- 28 each ed on the Starke doll and the"pole? vault at 10-6, and high, hurdle ((15.4)); March Hamilton Paul McLeod'', and
ship In a sudden death play- Bill Belote and Plen Gnann Country Club course, according later won individual events. Reddish, second In the 410- Richard Williams.

s off with Starke's Clyde Ter- ,t each recorded a win Belote / to Tornado Golf Coach Gnann copped the 220-yard yard run ((58.5); Plen Gnnnn, The Tornadoes meet Lake

wlllegar, was third this year taking the pole vault at 10-6, Mike Sexton. dash with a time of 23.9 for second in the 180-yard 1 low City here Friday night at 7:30:
with a 76-71-147. three strokes and Gnann winning the 120- Teams participating; will be his other victory, and Belote hurdles ((21.2)) ; Ron Grlggs, and go to Bolles next Tues
hurdles at 13.6. Bolles Lake City, Live Oak, third In. the 180-yard low
off the winning pace.iBlshop's yard high recorded a season's best clock day. April! 2, for a 3:30: p. m.
second place finish Gnann was second In the pole Orange Park, Palatka and ing of 10.1 in the 100-yard hurdles ((22.0)), and Bobby Tra contest

saw him card 72-73-145, one Tournament champ Ray Merrill. 19, Starke Pro Herb Herres, second place vault, also at 10-6, but took Bradford High. St. Augustineis dash to win his second eventof wick, second In the 880-yard The Tornadoes now have
Gainesville Country Club receives one more try than Bclote\to a conference member but the afternoon. run ((2:118): ). losses,
over par.Merrill winfinisher Harold Bishop, Starke Mer- two wins against three
; reach that height does not have a golf team. Big Meet\ April 2
and from Tournament Relay Teams Sweep i
:: Bishop were ners trophy chair-
even after 27' holes. Then Sun- man Bill Epps at the conclusion Sun rill; third place finished Billy Turner, Andy Mayton won second in. The Tornadoes dropped two Bradford's relay teams sweptall Tuesday, April 2, the BHS -
afternoon I'alatka, and Epps. the discus throw with a heaveof matches to Orange Park and three relays from the Yellow track team hosts Lake City
day bogled
Bishop day afternoon of the Second Annual 133-4%, and was sixth in Palatka during the past week, Jackets. The locals were and Orange. Park In an Important -
had the 12th birdie hole for while two Merrill Starke Golf and Country Club StrawBishop and Turner are previous the shot put with a toss of leaving their season's mark at hard-pressed' In the sprint med trl-meet which Conch< STARKE

Bishop a picked up.strokeback berry Invitational Left.to-right are tournament champs. 426. 13. They placed third Tues ley relay, however, as Willy Loper considers a prelude to
BHS notched two fourth day, March 26 In a four-way Cohens, Jerry Glbbs' Hugh the conference championship
up on the par-5 14th 145; 3-Billy Turner Palatka lestein. Lake City, 88-78- ; places in running events, as match here. Bolles won the Stephens' and Bill Belote click- meet In May Orange Park Is BUSINESS!

hole with a blrdle-4, then an- 76-71-147.' : Doug/ Miller, pa- 2Marlon Elder, Starke,172.1Sixth I Friday, March 22. Bill Scogglns was clocked at match, Lake City was second ad off a 2:10.1: with St. considered a slight favorite In
other with the par-4 on the latka 76-72-148; Tom Jurke- 78-166; 3 Kent Fernandina Beach and pro 54.8 in the 440-yard run', and BHS third, and Live Ooak Augustine right ibehlnd at the trackfest.
15th hole to even the match wlkz, Gainesville, 1674150; Keystone Heights 88-84 Bob Fannin, Dunes pro Bubba Willie Cohens turned In a 23.9 fourth. 2106.: DIRECTORY

again. Ronnie Tumlin Palatka 75- Flight/ : 1Ray Williams, and University Park time (In the 220-yard run. Orange Park shut out the The same runners combinedIn Baseball
The two young golfers then 75 150: Ronnie Ferguson, pura. Ironwood 96-76- Ste-I: 1 pro Dale Klahn. all led their Belote collected the other individual locals on the Starke course the 880-yard relay for a win
played even to the final hole. Palatka, 73-77' -ISO; Hal Sey- Joe Sommese, Ironwood amateur partners to a 1-2-3 points for BITS, as he 2H-0 BHS Individual scores ning time of 1356.: The Yel- AUTO SERVICE

Both hit the green in regula- mour. Starke; 76-78 154; 84-175; 3 Vernon finish in the day's play. won sixth in the 100-yard were J. Roy Chasteen 38, two low Jackets .were timed at Win 1 Game,
tion play, but Bishop 3-putted Clyde TerwllleKar, Starke, 76- Starke, 90-86-176. Right 'behind were three dash at 10.5. 1:36.1.:
from 65 feet out while Mer- 73-154. Seventh Flight: 1Comer more foursomes all tied at 58 All three ':BHS relay teams over par on the par-36 course; A BHS mile relay team of Drop Pair Gilbert S. Brown
Mike Mitchell 43, Bill Adams
rll 2-putted to take the tour- First Flight: 1-Bob Hayes Perryman, Jacksonville 96-88 on a best ball basis. They Included placed 'with the sprint med- I Marsh Reddish Alan Pats,
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44, Dale Johns 46, and Mike Servlos Station
nament championship.A Keystone Heights 7874153; -184; 2-Jim Wall Ironwood, Starke pro Herb Her ley team of Hugh Stephens, Foes 43.Palatka's. Buddy Trawick and Bill Scog Bradford High dropped two ATLAS
member of the Gainesville res and amateurs Bob McRie, Plen Gnann, Bill Belote and gins completed the BH3SKveep
2-Mitch Fields Du Clay 77- 96-39 185; 3 Al Singer, varsity. shut out games over the past week to TIRES & BATTERIES
Country Club, Merrill said he 76-153; 3-John Reed Gainesville Jacksonville Beach, 95-92- Hal Seymour, and Col James Bill Scoggins turning in a with a 3:47.7: clocking.
of BHS 5-0 In a road match ]last Green Cove Springs and st. Budget Term* Road Service
Griffin. Dave Philo, Ironwoodpro third place performance Individual winners for BHS
suddenly decided to enter the 78-78-156. Hayes and
187.Eighth and Ken Hutchins, Jacksonville 2:095: and the 880-yard: team Friday, March 22. Mike Mit- included Lamar demons in the Augustine but they blanked Phone 9A4-70T1
Invitational Field
Saturday morning, played off a tie for
Flight: Freemont 41 Live Oak 7-0 last Friday 107 N. Temple RtarlleHURST'S
ot Cohens, Stephens, chell led the locals with a ,
Beach led the composed shot
pro put ((40-4); Andy MaytonIn
day of the first round. It is first place.
Tolles, Keystone Heights 88- other two teams with 08. Gnann and Belote also won Bill Aadms shot 44, J, Roy the discus throw 129-4), and March 22.Freshman.
his first tournament win. Second Flight 1Richard
: 90 178; 2Jack Eaves, A pro-pro round on best ball third 'with a time of 1:36.1. The Chasteen 46, and Dale Johns Bill Scogglns In the 880-yard Johnny Brown
Two other Starke golfers Hobbs Starke 8074154; 2 Starke, 101-89-190; 3Huntley basis saw three pro pairs tie mile relay team of David Pen- 50. run ((2.10.0)), threw one-hit ball at Live Oak

played In the championship -Dave' Kollandar, Dunes 81- ,, Redfearn Keystone at 6. They were Jack Brigulloand oyer, Marsh Reddish, Alan I The Braves edged the Tor- Ricky Frick won the mile for six innings; and Larry Mercer SHELL
I.t flight/ : former tournament 75-156; 3Berger Warner, Heights, 98-93-191. Teom Grego, Bubba Williams Patz and Buddy Trawick finished nado junior varsity squad 3-2 run In his best time of the finished the job by striking Service Station
champion Clyde Terwillegar Crescent City, 80-76-156. Tie Ninth Flight: 1 Vernie and Bob Fannin, and sixth with a 3.51.1: clock-! the same afternoon. Mike Fogg year at 4585.: Coach George out the side In the sev-
i1 l and Hal Seymour carded identical for second; Killander won Burleson, Jacksonville, 102-95- Dave Kennett and Dave Philo. Ing. had a low of 46 for Starke; Loper rates the young Sopho enth. On Oil LubricationGoodyear

t scores of 76-78-154. sudden death play-off on first -197; 2F. L.Newberry Newport \ Philo) was low pro medalist Although he placed only I Randy Jones and John Tor more miler quite highly, sayIng Charles Smith belted one of Tire.* & Batteries
'I\ Eighty golfers entered the hole.Third R. I., 103-100-200; 3- with a 68, four under par. fifth Bill Belote established ode both beat their opponentswith that he thinks Prick "will two doubles !and Tommy Tal-
301 100 Starke
Invitational in which $1,200 Flight: 1-Jack Vidal, I Billy Walker LIronwood 109- Orego had a 70 and Williams the first new school record in! SO's, and Bill Brown hada be running for the state champ ley singled in the three-run and -
1. In prices were awarded win- Gainesville, 8375158: 2 96-205. Individual events as he leaped 55. lonshp: by the time he's a fifth for the Tornadoes Don
o ners. Claude Henderllte. Cecil FIeld I .
'S Starke's Richard Hobbs was 82-78-160; 3Harvey Reynolds 3 Teams Tie 71.GETTING'

::( winner of the second flight Palatka 85-77-162. won UP
I with an 80-74-154. the only on first hole of a playoff for
local /golfer to place first in third-place tie with Starke's For Low Score NIGHTS OED ''

any flight. Charles After 3d,common Kldiwv Bkuldw fi
Sawyer. *
tltuon..tten. S ... You're
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Pro-Am 1
StatisticsChampionship Fourth Flight: 1 Randy z teni and nvrvotui" front ..... fr..a.n'l
p.eus.e beta e.1/ and alsfL a.oo. I ''an
Flight, all Randol Gainesville 86-78 .ray yeam.ylo..rl-pan' less j jMrT
players: 164; 2Phil McDelda Ironwood Three teams tied with low nea.ahe..Baok.ab.and reel eI<1.tired"
"opr.ba: .
.uoh inlCt\U.\ a. oft'r&JC;
1Ray Merrill Gainesville 87-79' -166; 3Bennie scores of 57 in the annual Pro- KrtiSJ "" ...ron lop \
Country Club, 74-70-144: 2- Massey Palatka 8731168.. Am Tournament at the Starke GriM tojfftiV'WSlSrK..1r..1J-1'.I strong tmu:f bell a",
Harold Bishop, Starke 72-73- Fifth Flight: 1-Robie Dob- Golf and Country Club. last CflWQUC*t dnggljyb ntChiittMf*..a. I TO *

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Section- I-A _hire Two RIt"nFOIU) hYg1NTY' rp.a.F.fltt\PII. rtTAttRR! .mUD" TitntRD.14. 1UA'RCII 2R. 1118&.
most of the
Wedrraaday night and elljiht I of roe They were mighty fine water. I lain@ and they may be caught characteristics are a. light solid black : roughout, rivers iii 1'f r11f11.
Thursday night In Ltltlc Santo eUlng. Many many people are Fish Of The Week In the same 11 : >Salei Eliecan 1We"" m1y;; reddleh-ye 1- .. :Redlsellys' ors esserttlally a j I streams and Is ri :
VOICE' of' fhbSPORTSMAN Fex getting In on the fun ot' fishing "Rt'dbeIlY" be used a, orIl\s. in- lQw body which Is usually stream-loving fish and are, The Ok1awaha River very
Ix Well fishermen, this brings are you? The R6:1bellv.: : alias Redbreast -I secta mlnnowJtI'Ohtl, bats# brlrthter, on brbeding mides. found in" falrtJo fast! waltel's,. good place tQ catch caught RedbeUys.
ri will take ..et and dry The scales on'the aides of ttYe' caught in giddier They are on
; liS to the close of another Until next week we another member of the -Bl'eam 'hey are often
sports report I Forgot to mention a look at RedbelUell. My only Sunfish faintly Is the mostl I I flies and many body'are blue-1sh with tcddt'Sl1' neaT sandbars Ot'.1Ithr Earthworms arounf1.>tt pads,
BylUike tin that those WarmOuth regret Is that there a.re. no attractive. of all F1ol'lda's others KIllCfi, centers. while bluish stripes obstructions They usually and trees. Next time and you delicious want
]] Chitty i hat we caught seem to bet 1 RedbelUes In Santa Fe Lake freshwater fishes. CloselY related -I The I ; ty. Is mark I ied are present' the heads and spawn in moving water Just I soma 1'eal the fleet river and Catch
to the ., by a dUSK! spot on the theeks The 'elll-cover flaps oft the edges of strong cur- t1ah go to
Phone 475-2171 tf bedding because they were full because they do not like still Bream I Bluegill] Redbeliye.tl .
,t a l their general habits are the, dorsal fin Other coloration are long and leathery and 'rents of water. They err' found' some

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Welcome ft4hermen. to my1lttlecorn'er -pounder and four ,
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of' the paper. The Wednesday he guided tl '
I1sb' wore bitnlt'! 'rather wen Mrs Buford Regster of Laco- I t t 'I
last week up until it turned oche. They caught 11 In a11\ e 1 r I 1

cool The bass were biting one weighing 12 pounds [pictured ,I ,,
good on plastic worms In little ). Thursday he caught l ,, A
santa Fe, but you couldn't three a-poundel'S. Friday Roy e t I f fi
bring them 1n. took Joe Smedley Times-Un- .b I I t I II
Uncle Alfred Hudson of Ion writer of Jacksonville, out i
Oa1nesville, stayed with me to catch bass in the grass on
last week and we did some poles Before the day was over,
Ifshing Besides catching they had 16 yearling bass, I f f
around 10 Specs we found a. averagIng 2 to 3 pounds. 3aturdey ,
Warmouth bed and caught he guided John Sidow- 1 ,1 '' r
between 25-30 Warmouth on ski of Jacksonv111e who caught ,
minnows. an -pounder, the largest I.
My next door neghbor Mrs. one he had ever caught. .
Reb Norsworthy caught a Slim's' F1sh.'n-3tuff [Keystone / / .r
S',4 -pounder. three-pounder, ) reports several nIce
and a. 2-pounder off her catches Mike Newsome caught i -

dock. a 6-pounder on a "Oolly- / ,
Gl'irtin's Lodge [East shore whomper" worm [on sale at
Santa Fel] reported a rather I SlIm's. Freddie Lumpkin of 4'd
gOOd week of fishing Lt Putnam Hall also caught a I
n.--.._ rl \ 1
Commander A. B. Lowry who 13-pound-7 OZ bass !in a 001- I. >
Is staying at Grlffln's this ]lyWhomper" worm In Church SAVE., .,O ."tIAH' 1'U. '
week went out with some House Lake Mr. and Mrs Earl ."
friends and caught three 2pounders Jowers caught 110 Specs il\ (f.! 'I' k '
and 6 Specs. When, two days in Lake Geneva. "R; B...'IF- 5 1 9 9 ,,,, : ..; cl c'ty' j _. _
they got back to camp they Sunday night [in Lake Oeneva. <
of put hardware them in cloth a live In well thA made lake East[ Barnhlll's Shore Santa Fishing Fe Camp] also( \ r, ioa, "I",.H IC'K o RyT ; ZA.jCHS. ;' IC D, 'L Li{ i lOS fR 'tltft $YICK''' .: .,:#:i

Sunday they came In witl'r _= .._ ab
a I week Bill
reports a good --" -n
10-pounder and a 2-pounder, Drud-d and Ted Humphreys of B'A'' .C' AlU '55 I 'f : ;- i!; IJGt' ''E' :' BU : ;19j '1
They started to check the Jacksonv1l1e caught 35 Specs: ", b'il I
r., t .. ,,' ., .LD f */ ,Jllp' .. .f,' .,
other fish in the live well be- ,
Steve BroadWay of Keystone e ,
c' .
? IAteCoNU'ifrllrlDllpf, HtNt/ft" ,. .
fore adding the fresh caught t caught 8 bass one day and he "!Ni "n ixrf'Vxrtlq I' 'IJ,'
ones and found that they had and a friend got 10 another :''Ai.Al .dE. ".U! .UJtE RK. ;r;M rzcpAfrts:GVtll r lsrJUa,. !sli, I ( '.D LA" Y'E.R: C Ej.\.y..t\ : } :, t
torn B hole in !it and were day: Bllly and Jimmy Ander- :,
IS.trr5\ '1 ',- .. I,.' .' ." ,.. ,' ..
: f ,
Mr. Lowery good \ 4gJ.1 "
gone was a son of Jackaonv111e caught 20( .5'A"US'AGE'" L .I .I.IN-IRU: ) F .... tlt
sport and hia only remark was I Specs: R. E. New and James PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 30 '.. .,,. P"'O' ." { 11"..If; r.::. j '. r'' '.'" 'I.l -", '
"Oh well they're still !in the i It..' _____.. *..". .. "I 'M
Orlzzard of Jacksonv111e got (1.'J.. ..___ l Ft. e _,.., '. .! I
Quantity RI/ht./ Reserved i 11
lake and we'll have to catch I 25 Specs: D. C. Smith and l v.1 5f1 r/ ,.f / .r .J'I i t --1.eq, ...__..", JiI\I\ II: -.",, .., ..' ". ,. t'iLrpo,
'em again: Not man> people\: I friend of Jacksonville had 30t ( 238 S. \\'anut] $t. Starke. Fla. "A' 1iSO'R"111'D'CO. !'. '' ioU"'''''''CU'S. '." ,'"'_'''''.'}.,.''YU'lIfIR..,... ,.,. ."Y,.. .u.l'"Ollt.I.i." .lClJ:2S: ]! 1, .. ......, -. .- ',,. .f1"" 7q t/i/ .'
know would! have'looked at It; Specs: and J. T. Lee of Jack- ''I. "f"" ,1. 1 '!I ,:
__ JI9 UmT_._ FIORIpA' ANGE .JUIt I.n.'I.L.. .d wn,2 tnlsr. ,:( 9(,4
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that wny Roy Grlrtln guidedparty 8Onv1l1e. caught 25 Specs. '' 't'.II. .lflcr. 1\\ : Fr.: !: \ .' .. j; ; '
4 Tuesday and. the Y Pictured below are Mr. and b''. 'H'YG'R' ''Dt''CHIfESE'LOAF'J I '1.; : c .-., .r '' ';.54. ; ,t;:: UUO : F' tlt'Y '....... ,' I woiGE'
USDA 'M'J".n" ,fJt'r'1''J. !: ,
caught a a-pounder;a 10 112 M's. BUford Register of Lac<>- Y.'f'pr'r' : 't ;\\1 ?" ,; I t APPH.. ; ., ;; ,I'" '
of SU n: aaa, r &N!& N Es..: t',hls9t' Wt l. ( .
ache with a. nice string '. I'sal l ,, -; ;rri tfi l : il ., : G LDEf JI.1 I IPAH -

Colored Citizens fish ''u'S' tHolCl tFMTi1 CU1 aEAD'r''pRESSED:' y! IT.INfnl'f1i1r1flJt\ ; "" 'our' ""r t 19!r'\.' '.,. i' RHOT 5 : $ft'-, x .
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Little League baseball Dracttce t,; v Effective April 1. Tales will increase the cost. of 2 '7 r'tD '(
wUl begin Monday AprlS '" 8"S",. cigarettes: by 70c per carton'Stock up, now bePkGS ,
at 4 p. m. at the recreationplayground. t1 0 fore the increase! goes into efre t. B''AN ANAS: 1 .j
for boys ages 9. '

15.Girls Softball practice wbe : r II T' R'OAST IJ S (HOICJfSIEf; tf: ,I ;-fh' Jl FlR RIPE' :,

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_held Tuesday ADr1130. Re'gfetratton c a a1s a USDA

held\ dally at for the these Reno events RecceaUon \" Lo68C CNOICE 'ROAST' ': T M ATOES"e.t' l v / 1$1"/

; Center from 4 to 6:30pm. : :,

ih+: fwe
la.t.mpervised actlvltlel s ;:da.; tN01il' CIII/OAMIA binlily, ,!, rhleldr' '6'IH : i( ...... .
are held daily at the center. I 2:5 "
SCHOOL NEWS .p .IIEEF ROAST. li,; 68t -' Try7Mye ItUt, !lifaa'. *w..w ,r 4' t 8. CI f :Tl1e.. .oot.. .':" LB' ').j
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Friday will be a holidaY' for ? IOIQUSS.r't3ill,; : .of', bbustAesi '1N. -.oit
,students, and B workday ,for :
:teachers. Students will het ve Mr, and Mrs. B1ll Carter of I!!! EEF, "1', )1'68 l
Dave Martin caught 7 base
,an opportunIty to visit the
Fair. "".. Hampton caught nine Specs
A 1
Spring holidays will start ,1,
April 8. Students and teachers to' ,
and friends are invited
;wlll return to school on April
share in the service. Parents
. 15.
are asked to please send their
children to for the ,
practice 1 .
r .
) Den Chapter 168 will meet ,
Easter program Tuesday, AprU
'Thursday April 4. at a p. m. w ,
2. at 5 p. m. I t
.AU members are asked'toplease
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill
be present aM on'time ..
CHURCH BaPtist Ctmrch Rev. '. Ae
NEWS a ?
Lewis McKay pastor. Monday ,
The Mln1sters and Deacons
night, Choir No. 1 and Ushers ,
Union will convene at Pleasant ,
Board Itio 2 will rehearse at
Grove Baptist Church near
?:30. Tuesday night Choir No.
,Keystone Helghta on Friday
1 and., 2 rehearse a.t 5 p. m.
29.31, with Rev. Leroy Davlaas I
i/l ;
Wednesday night Prayer Meet
: host pastor All : : : '1 '
memberr// 1ng Thursday night practice t
and friends are
tend. for Easter Friday nigh. Prayer
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church, Rev. 1. A. Sampson
: pa.stor. Services 'start with The family of the late
Sunday SChool eE 10 ''a. m. Esteller Doster wish to thank
The MJsslonary Union Service the many irlends white and +
w1ll begin at 11. All 'members Negro organtzattons and busl- 'IOe rr :' t
news esta.bllshments for the : 1GiF .'
SLY 30.1 11IM JIM FRGIIN t r /
contributions given toward the : wHAl. yt
Don't Be burial expenses. May God ever ''"
I bless and keep each of you.- !: 10 'FROZEN 'FOOD SALE I ITR

Irene Mackey Sady Page
: DECEIVED Thomas and children i GARDEN PEAS I II I

.. : By Advertised Prices SLISOYIC The Masonic NOTICE Family w1l1 ob- / : 'S V GETA8LE'S! GR iA ED : C'ALMsp' "i POINOER: ,

Total cost of contract I" serve Palm Sunday' on April .
what You actually PRY Get 7 at 2 p. m. at Greater Allen VEGETABLES DEOQO. AN.I. '
the '1UAL; 'ACT$ briars Chapel Church. All members 2001 POLY BAGS : : ;., "J7 4. I
you sign. Our pa"rnentll are are urged to be present, and : HALLMARK. GRAND SPRINGTIME, BRAND .

.: payment less from with$S to and the$IS'lIIUI1e number per down month of the public is invited. f.: ut IARU,"" )JUIH HtIlC'UYI'pus/ ,lIAS lUlU 1 a, I I ".,.- -. '8 TO' :S. LUSTRE' CftEmli' : '::tAM1 nuca't'.ItUUl.IlUUtIOLD"'- I I 1
;- bank months.flnandnK.to pa-y. No A err hidden trot RULED LEGAL PAllS $1... : GRiIiItURiHtRN 8U"S j 1001. 1 0 e : HAIR ,SPR.a.v; : 5'9 c ,

chargetl. Ten top manufacurere I Steno Notebooks Order Books, : JSII'QT CANS' tAiN PKGS.. Exert ,,: ,. ; .. '_.., i I

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.:. 8 10. 12 WIDES HUIt ajtRlnMC f'.nrt for. and.dlvort"you l'l1aaP In,. the hUB and,nhnvrnumrd bue"tlle.t YUI,. ) CHILI WITH, ''JFU.N> A 5/$1 NIAR'::iLA: E .iY AMS. : NS8/o./ .

1'/IiATIIS your are required unewer ur W M"rv.pI...udlus'. n copy to lhr u.t CAN! ........r, o i to
: AND ANDABLES complaint on the. Plnintltra Attorney BEANS ,OR ( : or BLACKBERRY, : '0' .P' '

13116. "t/lrk"lion./ Lrx F'lurida 1I..n.. and P.tll O. $ llYKE'S' ..240 x SAN G, t.sttcEOa rNttE.lioitc NS$ .... fiM'
LAKE( GENEVA the L'lerk orlglnat or In the the Ir'ult offlua Court urlhn PAGHETTJ"& Jr l-r ; i.KI; .. : _:

. MOBILE HOME on or. IeflR before olherwl/l"the 32nd/ "< the day alle-ofAprll ,;:.. ..I :.,K BE.EF l S l EW ,39 < 1801)< JARS'3'1.1" y :!PO. A'OES $

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Route 100. Dated< thlx Und day of llIrch: { : \
: on 5. $1 .
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OPEN SUNDAYS M 'PIES"1 .1'- .5/.t/ .P--neapple 5'/S'
Phone 413-4320 Clerk lIyI'uh/ of,h the:1I.CI'ult:WoudyI f'uurt ; & ... '" : ,: ....
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TnIntsDAY, MARCH 28. 1968
BrtAcroun: COTTNTT T'F.L1tGRAMt' : "
RTAmrr.: .oltm" _
he Nrrilun 1-A PilII''' Three

In. BIC PENS. Ball Point Be- CLASP
"ry | fills.- Bradford County Tele-|/ slulI.! Bradford ENVELOPES all Junior Education Winners College offices will be open ,
Vs. I graph. I' t* Pb. on the normal schedule during Tot ... ..5 .
on I the period March 27
ds. April 3. O.'f1I'thToulI'h
, J :
mtus + 0'i.
> JACKSONVftLEBusiness The 1SN5S Men's Slow Pitch RUBBER STAMPS and : .
chhr Softball Season. will open Friday 'q" Pad- Bradford County Telegraph. ,- :
night, April 3; with'a preseason i. Ph. 964-6305. 1..aI e
double elimination .>
tournament .
{ Directory I IIplyt Tournament slate calls fora I
1 plyt double header Friday night, VOTING'' REGISTRATION'

tt ... I'a. triple header Saturday '. .. t ,rIOTiCE
into. Sale*' &,Service MOTORCYCLED (1 .night and the finals Sunday L", '. ..... .. .
afternoon at 3 p. m. with the ,r',,. "r"""'
lb I oj "
LANDROVER H O-N-D. A810TORCYCLES i, 4 __ ',4:3 final: ()'p game m. If necessary at j .,..;;,. ,..(.. The registration books' of 'Bradford County will ".
Th9 W6rld'a Finest: In ) be open for the registration of voters at the City "
Ir' vl' This year's league will be
4 Wheel Drives I I Iit I Hall in
I Lawtey Hume's Store in Hampton Green's _
composed of Brooker. Recreation I .r
Sold and Serviced Chevrolet by rohaatsiGreen Stamps'Open Nogel's Auto Owens'it '.j 1.jI .. i iI Store in Brooker, and Moody's Store in New River
Rnlwrt 8 A.M. I 'l. v
rf T P.M. I
Creen Cove Sprinff. BOSS Tues., W.dv. Th'ar4. ., Prm. Joist Steel, Plant and the between the hours of 8:30: a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on ...
JlMlkvtUe 24M.1I8"n Open Sat. b'''AMv 6..fM ,Garden Restaurant The regular 't the following: dates:
I| league season will open at b' --
Parrish Motors MOTOR. .* CYCLES West Side Park (west of the FRIDAY, MARCH 29.
new Vocational School] Tuesday TUESDAY, APRIL 2. ,,., .
49tO Dlumllrtji ftl tl. .
: 171-8244 '11 FRIDAY, APRIL 5.
Apt 9 7:30: p. m A dou
SALES MUSIC II ', ". ble header will be played each 'S ,
SERVICE 0'' First-pbcev Junior Education Tuesday and Thursday, with <
PARTS Division/Starke The books will be in the courthouse be. ,.
Paulujr the exceptions of some even open
Music '
Co. Bradford
KFA< Chapter., ,Danny Norman receives
tween the hours of 8:30 '
-. ings when a game will be a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on the
Always Good Used Cars9U Band 4Gibson : 'St1ing'714istrumente award frtlnr Fair Manager Pete Novak Wednesday. played in Brooker. Patrol Promotions1' ** following dates:

Laura st Ph.' 356-fififlt,. amtara: "& Amplifiers A concession and toilet fac-
e School I Suppllerrutr'uction ilities are now being; constructed THURSDAY, MARCH 28.
BEAUTY'ACADEMYAmerican Roberts Recorders' -00' to add to the enjoymentand Sgt. B. II. Suearw41, renter watt. promoted. to lieutenant THURSDAY, APRIL 4.
Music Ll'brl'I'tic'p"f' conveniences of the spec- of the Florida Hlglmny' Patrol last Tuesday March\ 19., His SATURDAY, APRIL 6.
Repair ,Departvmebt 'I tators and* players. wife, Ruins, and 'MaJ. J. E. Beach deputy Inspector fur northern There wilt be"" no registrations after Saturday, ,
Hairstyling 41 W. !aypiyiqift3.W;,' ; M47< r'iwu Practice sessions have been Florida' pin.the new bam on. April (6.
set for the following Baseballand Along, with .his promotion Speirr' In licliifF traiwfrrred to ,
Academy PLUM lNG'SUrpU: ES Softball groups: Lake! City an district' commander for (tho Lake City mid JENEVA FLYNN

21 W. Monroe 855-91>91 BANTAM BASEBALL !Stnrko' Districts lie will have '25 trooMr| under his, 'cmniimnd -"
. I CARTER'S- Practice sessions for next In dnlnnihln, 8.1l8nn.lIamllton., Baker Union and. Supervisor Of Election
. RiveraideHaintyling Trading Post .week begin Monday. April 1, Bradford Count les.'Spears .
will be held ; We-
;1 Monday "
and at the IH a Id year! veteran In the Patrol and bas IKM-II' iv.t-
Bathrooms Sinks, Cabinets u nesday. Friday '
.1.' Academy' Soil Piped, Water Pipes. 14410+Fi1; Pratt Street Field [Little "lgtitrf tic i !Starke! for the pant" four yi'ar '
League Field at 4:00: ( p. m. Two other Starke troopers ,1. K. Wud and L. F. Geiger, SALE
2659 Part* St.: S88-8537 Commodes( Lavatories ( ON NURSERY
q) Modern Styling: "The'Best for Less" JUNIOR BOYS BASEBALL, were promoted tor corporal an u- result" of competitive| exam' ,
" Qualified Instructors Top of Hill Hwy U' Practice sessions will beheldat \ patrol members' over the "state take esu.1t yrttrr. Wade lvhnfng > I STOCK .
Accredited VA Approved 1\IldtU.-burl Ph. 282-3108 West Side Park on TUesday transferred to Ft: Myers' and Geiger- to Went Palm Bnai' 'IIt 1 Dav or !Night ClasHes and Thursday: beginning April All three transfers are effecUve'Map. 1. I .
PIANOSfor I' 2. Registration for this league There!' were .15' promotions" given! "tateideandj Stllr' 5 GAL.: CANS.AZALEAS :r .. 4'
ELECTRIC MOTOR will close Saturday. April 13. i '
. Musical Advice GIRLS POWDER PUFF t troopent' had three of them. ., ea. $250 :

" Peavy Brothers C. CARTER: NICE .. ,T j t i i IMHIIIBIIHnaBBBBUM 'I''SOFTBALL ,
lj tel',!". SlarUo, Fla.. lea.o holol"l i TARTS
Electric' Co. I Second place Jumer' Education"Division,! Bradford I' Practice sessions will be heldat ,/PiiK-rt' this Hth lay of March NBW TERM S I EXTRA LARGE 50 LI!. CANS 3' 4'
. A D t9ftR at Stark Hi-adtord
ELECTRIC'ltOTORSSI'IdServ1cedRepaired Mf "! 1 .. 4-H Club. Karen Gissy and Patricia Edwards'receive Pratt Street Field on Tues County. Florida/ APRIL 4 AT ,SFJC AZALEAS -. ea. $300
t7 : e day and Classes for the current term
v.ttt award. Thursday beginning 3-21 4t 4-lt .
,J.-.! !-[ "" "" : Tuesday April 2. Registration [Term mi, at Santa Fe Junior -
Armature Generators-Rewinding Starter* Chlckerlng and Other for this league closes Friday I r College;'will end on March I Gal. Can Azaleas SOc & 7Sc
40ft Lenox-- 387-2528 Name Brand Pianos w April 12. 1908.CERAMICS I INCOME TAX is with'the spring term [Term
: I
CLASSES tVI scheduled to begin Thurs-

MATERNITY WEAR"Jacksonv11le'e" KIMBALL ORGANS"SWINGER" i RESUME WED. APRIL 3 I SERVICE : bay) April:4. I Qt. Can Azaleas 4.- for $1 QO .
The ceramics program con- I Registration for Term IV t .
Roosevelt Mall 3888519SEWING 4IA ducted by the Starke Recreation r I will be held on April 23. I II GAL. CANS ,

j jI p CENTER Dept. will resume its SEE I I LIGUSTRUM
schedule of activities Wednesday \ 75c
H.&N. April 3, after the layoff r
I] for the busy fair week. I Town FinanceCOMPANY : I 'GAL. CANSVIRBINUM

j SEWING CENTER The classes will be held I I
10- 75'
each Wednesday morning. 9
Console Model makes fancy designs evenI I 226 N. Temple Ave.
a, m. -12 and Thursday
Most Complete I sUtcheB. monogram.s'l: t 4aflvs9lto lugs 7-10( r m. The only Loans Up To $600
Shop for Mother-to-Ba I overcasts sews charge for these classes will be I THOUSANDS OF
1 1'II make button holes *: blind ,
purchase of materials you .
Btlitchaa. No attachments i PLANTS FOR
select. There Is.no class fee orflt'lng
Demonstrators $iS or $9 per
fee. ,
Call Jax 711-8M'
1001 Park St. 355-BO15' mo. Ask FRUIT
NOIIII. : oi' l"I'WII'I'IO'l idIII (
:f.l"n I I+li:'I'II'101' r \MI3 ,
MOTORCYCLES.......-..... WESTERN STORE the Notice ulld..r. .In IKn"I.. hereby, .under> Kit I the'on pro.vlnltin that" I L E. : IIA j, tY': ,Or Niqfc'RED' HUD AND DOG WOODS
Triumph t it HM IOIL suLo9,;' Florida ,
LITTLE DUDE Mtutux:; : IHAo,. 1 Will; roKluter I with I
T Court In for Charley .
Of the Circuit and '
Store 1, itradfurd; CiMintr, Florida noonffielpt $125 Ia$50D$
Jacksonville Western of printof. publication '
YAMAHA TRIUMPH60cc Third ">f this'..m tl('", tli. flelltlou.nane, JohliaAbout N 3' 4'' 8' -
Western Clothing Leather- place. Junior Education Division, Bradford or Tim Uriiiicllnn I Irbn underwhich
Sale Parts To -630c Service goods Saddles and Trailers High. Homemakers. Elaine Foster receives the award. at wo 867 are N.oincuicrd' Temple, 1 In bualnpKff Ave.-, ,
Used' Motorcycle In Stock Charles & Sharon Petty 8tm'ke, Florida this' question'; I SEE THESEIILOOMiNGGRAFTED
884-1210 I 'elix" M. !Uulllvan: nnd,' wife, '
4328 Phillips Ilwy'V. S. I S. Din 9.' Edgewood> II Petty J, Sullivan, lit 1. Dux I
Jacksonville 859-724 I "A 15%;f discount( in auto
---. -.-- -- I I II Don't Put Your insurance for the SAFE;; AjVD ON OWN ROOT
I DRIVER that sound CAMELLIAS Over 800 Varieties
Foot Into A Bad
Adult'Education Winners great! Does the Charley E.'' ,
i Agency this!
15% 'safe driver' discount. ROSES iGal.. Cans
s iywa+.l tP
IMPORT ANT Buy from a Companythat
if I have had no accidentor
is known. moving traffic violationfor CITRUS TREESSee

r- at least three years?" These I'lants'and Trees To Appreciate Quality

Charley E.. Johns 0. C. CARVES NURSERY
1 C'mon'in' and get acquainted -

NOTICE I P with the guys I. Agency i 23 Miles", East of'Starke at Florahome
with the red ties ask 131 S. Walnut St. Highway 100

'em to show you the PHONE 964.5070 ,I.I I. PHONE 659.2165
I. large 2 BR. 12 wide, ,
fully furnished mobile .

I rd home introduced in the I
BRADFORD COUNT) h44. Florida manufacturer area for by only the H r

J1 ,,IIt10. ? $3395

,. .;:,1<,. 'A', "."f'. 'L" .... tr.''' FREE G. E. A

Approximately\ 27 dome! Qwgers Who t "r. J,1.. UUPON r- ON nMOURS" .. ,.,. Automatic Washer with ''I d i ip

mobile home sold
Last Year Commissioner's Award, Adult Education1 Division, every during March. : I '
Received Homestead'ExemptHave Bradford County Pubjic Health Nursing Advisory ssS ,
Council. Mrs. Claire Capps and Mrs. Arlen McKnight I I I f r ,

Not Renewed d "Their Exemption For dJsplay award.!et with Deal the with Red the'Ties Guys; at ak 4e: o _"" $ f ,'

1 1kdo .

1968. I,

'My House Is justas 1 ..,

:Second Notices Have. Been Mailed. To i ii IMLOBJIE/' efficient as his office!" .

d %'r When you have a housekeeping checking-

Those Who Have Not.Renewed Their Homestead r account here- or one that also includes better

general family expenses-you'have

1968 As A- :Remind + control of your budget; a quick check-stub
Exemption For ;i tr( record of,all expenditures; ;and canceled -

I checks that automatically become easy-to-

er 'That This Notice Must Be .;.Returned-\ To 1 i x, I i 'Open un..l,Daily p.m.,8 9 am.8, p.m.p.m.. file icceipts.Start That's checking efficiency her NOWI! ,

First. K rt I II I 4131 N. W. 13th St. .

.f Us By April I!
4 { Gainesville .

: Thanks' ''Y'? I I kif* r1'resident7 372-1385 3724285Area's F LO-R I ,DA ; '

A"w! rci, '''Adirlt Education"1 Division; ,'" '- .. .
> I Florida State Prison Largest Volume : B"A.'N"K' iA t :,'>T'' rST'.A'R'K'E: 1 '; ; ; '
GENE 'L 0 N' G I r Dealer p .. ___ : :: .

.. I II I we'll (et, it -for )'08. Office FILING CABINETS. TypeWriter Member. Federal Deposit Insurance 'Corp. :
Tax Assessor .. I Supplies, Furniture Equlpnunl. Stand. Desks Chain. "Just Look for The

[I L. -. =. J- .- .::1'l''Cjlraph.! -ItitMlfuril ('ount'l Telearuvh.Safes.- Bradford'! .._County Tall Co'hoy"f One'of 3O Banks of the Florida'National Group : i

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.. Section 1-A _> Pace Four HTABKB. FLORIDA. THURSDAY.- MARCH 28. 1968 -'. ",

r............ ...y..'p Mrs. Harriett !Rabies Clinic Garden Club Four RalliesTo

: Keystone Hilites MELROSE Wins Ladies ; ; 1 1I Set For April 6 NEWS NOTESBy Of The Lakes Be Held In

I Golf Tourney At KeystoneA 'Helea Kgan, Sponsors ContestThe

E Please Phone By in Regina Your Schuber Items 473-3067 By Joyce Bow Barbara Harriett, five times I 'liL rabies Inoculation clinic Garden Club of the I Clay CountyFour

: ,A A A AAAAAA AAAAA .. champion of the Palatka Golf will' be held at the City Hall COMMUNITY CHURCH Lakes. met at 1 p.m. Thursday,
Se Country Club, came from in Keystone Heights from 2 A 21-volce segment of the March 21, at the home of Mrs. official Democratic

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS a luncheon. Rev. Father Joseph Visitors last week at th behind to capture her first to 4 p. m. Saturday April & Viking Chorale of St. John's Don Pangiborn in Keystone I Rallies will ''be held in Clay
home of Mr. and. Mrs. R. M. invitational tourna- Heights.A County 'as planned by the Advisory
38-hole All warm-blooded pets River Junior College will be
The Junior and SeniorWoman' I Fltzglbbon of St. Edward's, ,
Cason included their was presented to the
eon, ment at Keystone Heights last should be inoculated annually, featured at the Community corsage Committee of Clay
Club Fashion Show. Starke .
was guest speaker.Rev. and
Ralph J. Cason. of Palatks each guest on arrival, a Democratic Executive
"Spruce Up For Spring" was Father Edward Kirby I week, firing a concluding and all owners are urged,. to Church Silver Tea on April 3. served County
dessert luncheon
and Mr. and Mrs. was meeting In
I. at
A Wynr, I in Committee a
total of 167
for a two-day take advantage of this service. made by
'0 held last Friday night In the and the following members of of Hampton. Arrangements were preceding the business meet- Green Cove ''Springs on March
Masonic Hall for the benefitof St. Williams attended: Mrs. J.' Mr. and Mrs. the Keystone Heights Ladles The fee for each Inoculation ;MM. Frank Ilgen.( church- 18.

the Scholarship Fund. Le Sullivan, Mrs. E. Cooper, Mrs.P. have moved from David Quell t ,;Jnvitatlonal. will be at the reduced rate of Women program/ chairmen. Ing.Mrs.. R. If. Sunderland, 1st

ila's of Starke, staged and Kromer, Mrs. L. Clemens, Punta Garda. Melrosa--Y.. U I In third place entering the $2 per animal. ;, Please make ,.reservatons.with Vice Fresldeit; : gave a talk on Starting in Keystone Heightson dinner .

provided all dresses and accessories Mrs. E. Raynor, and Miss A. Miss Marsha whitton home stretch, Mrs. Harriett The annual inoculation Mrs. Myron Prevail Jr. phone herbs, and It was announced April will be 6, served a spaghetti by the Wo-

modeled during the McCullough. brated her 10th cele. had; nines of 39-44 over the clinics are sponsored by the 1. 3-3077. ., '* that the cua: ; is conducting a man's Club at the School.

.evening. Mrs. Khelva Nelson Lenten Devotions: Stations a party at her home birthday with I men's par 35-33-70 during Clay County Health Depart-' The Nominating Committee contest for the !beat picturesof Middleburg will be April 20
extended the welcome and of The Cross and Mass-Wed- Guests Included Pat and Friday Chris.. the climatic round to nip Robuck former : ment during March, and April. of*Church Women baa presented -I a tree or a group of treesin with a fried chicken dinner

o Ellen Stanley served as com nesday 6:45: p. m. tine Thompson Judy and I winner Charlotte the following slate of the Keystone: Heights area. served ''by the PTA, and the
mentator. Mrs. Janet Lamm Confirmation Classes: after Jean Fragus Jodi Bass. by one shot.Medalist Co-op Manager officers for 1868-69: President, Mayor Raymond \iStarnea, and Clvio Club at the School.
Denise i Vonclle Ketch of O. J.Muirhee .
played the piano accompaniment 9am. Mass on Sunday; Wed- Gillette, and Tommy Whitten, suffered, Speaks At RotaryPlans Mrs. Roy Turknett; lit Vice County Commissioner donated the April 27 will be the third
Heights have
Keystone ,
for the fashion showing, nesday 8:30: p. m. The young people had treasure .. PresMent and Program Chairman rally at the Orange Park High
ended with Marilyn
and also for the vocalists on HERE AND THERE bunt putting woes and Barclay for Mrs. Frank Ilgen; 2nd prize money. School. The Touchdown Club
danced the
and enjoyed I 87 after opening with 82. She annual meet- It 'was reported. that Anti-
the pr Day
I was In third place. Chairman. Mrs. F. L. Stephens Litterbug last will be at Clay \
Besides the various musical Keystone Heights announcethe The rally
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. With. alive Inc. at success.
Llbba Merrill of Gainesville, Keystone Heights March 16, was a great "
solo birth of daughter. Bev- Treasurer, Mrs. M. R. High School in Green. Cove .
groups, numbers were a ;
erspoon spent a couple of today Thursday the Garden Club,
day I the first flight: Sena El- ] were described Sponsored by J
sung by Brett Bannon, Peggy erly Kay on March 15, at Ala- in Tampa last week visiting won by E. T. Martin Bowen: and Secretary, Mrs. under the direction of Steve Springs on May 4. A chicken
Beach. a former general -
,;"Voyles. and Elaine Lovom. chua General Hospital. The friends. more, Daytona Invitation titleholder manager of the cooperative Don C. ,Wallace. Moore, the Boy Scouts collected pilau dinner will 'toe served by \

Bill Belote served as com- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coff- Keystone scored in the second; in a talk at the Keystone The Consttutlonal Revision litter In the !Keystone the PTA.

,jmentator for the male division Carl Stencil of Starke, Mrs. man and children: Margaret, while Tolles, of Keystone, Heights Rotary Club last Fri Committee: Chairman Mrs. Heights area. Judges were Mrs. The time of the dinners will

.a .of the show, who included Bob J. J. Raby of Mooresvllle. N. Donnle, and Johnny, of Jack, Zee the third. The latter day. One of the man items of Sara.,McDonald. Miss Qertrude Emily laon, Mrs. Albert Bach- be from 4:30: to 7 p.m.
e -Stanley. Clyde Ashton. Allen C. and a great-grandparent, sonville visited Mr. and Mrs, captured low business will be the electionof Houser and Mrs. William mann, and Miss Marilyn The time of speaking will be-
decided a '
.: .Dalits. Veazy Walker. Bob Mrs. Lola Goad of St. AUgus- W. H. Allen Sunday. division was three trustees (for three Beam Jr.will present the revised Bridges. I gin promptly at 7.

Menen, Art Kelfer, Bill Reynolds tine. Mrs. Raby was Miss Guests last week of Mr. and net basis. year term, the speaker said. document for membership Co-hostesses for the meetingwere There will be no rally on

: Gary Bostwlck. Bob Hall Frances Reaves of Keystone Mrs. Gus Alderman included He also explained approval and correctionsat Mrs. John Brennon, Mrs. April 13, due to church services.
one of
Don Morgan Ervin Trlest, and Heights.Mr. I his son Laurie "Pete" Alderman Brooks-Horsfall the problems that Clay Elec a -future general meeting. Leon Wagner and Mrs. Aleene .
: James Sparkman. and Mrs. E. Wright of Appreciation is extended to Addle
of Atwater. Minn.: Mr. Engagement ToldMrs. tric is experiencing in the ,
S A Spaghetti Dinner win be Lakeview Drive entertained and Mrs. John Camp of New- shooting Insulators on power the ladles ;who made and installed pastor.

: held< on April 6. to be catered friends from Mrs. Wright's nan, Ga., and his niece and Sarah S. Patterson, of lines. During 1967, Mr. ) new draperies In the'educational She loved that little goat so
: by the Woman's Club, followed home town. East Liverpool, nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Zed Hines, W. Va. and Palatka, announces Martin said, electric service of building: making -EPISCOPALSt.

.,. by a Democratic Rally. The Ohio, during the past two Scarborough of Frostproof. the engagement of her 'i. s'Y\ 6,760( consumers was interrupted possible daytime motion and\ That much she taught him to play. Anne's Church. Morning
specific time and place will be weeks They were Mr. and Mrs., Gus is Improving and wants daughter, Bonnie Mae\ Brooks, due to Insulators broken still pictures for Sunday]I' Prayer and Sermon 1st, 3rd,
announced next week. T. A. Monasky and Mr. and his friends to know that they to Alexander B. Horsfall of by shots fronr BB guru or .22 School: and other church pro- pick it with his horns and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m.
: DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. F. J. Cloran. are welcome to drop by and Keystone Heights. The couple rifles. grams. Committee members fast. Holy Eucharist and sermon
The Duplicate Bridge Club, Miss Marilyn Bridges spent see him. will 'toe married on :April 20 in were' Mrs. J. Azzle Williams, And he could play it 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a. m. I Nur-
sponsored by The Woman'sClub last weekend at Avon Park. The Homemakers Club will the Community Church at Keystone Janet Kaufmann The speaker asked all :Ro- Mrs.' Thomas Norwood Mrs. His talent grew better and sery open for all services.IDaily

*. meets every Monday at While there she attended the not hold a meeting this month Heights by Navy Chaplain loss tarlans to help discourage this E. A. Rushton.. Mrs. Howard better.As offices of Morning and

S the Municipal Building. Play Grand Prix Ball and races atSebrln because the day of their regu- ''Donald B. Harris of California of electric service and unnecessary Tucker, Mrs. Barry ,Wyman, the days went past. Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and 5

:' begins at 7:30 sharp. lar meeting day falls on the nephew of Mr. Hors 8 j Miss KHS Electric expense to Clay and Mrs. Ann McLean-". He learned to play "HillBilly"Music. p. ia. Rev. William I. Jones
.. Last week's winners were: BOWLINGThe same day as the Clay Electric fall. Cooperative members. 'The April general t, meetingof .
": 1st, Mr. and Mrs. F. Tolles: Northeast Florida meeting In Keystone.Rev. The bride elect attended< the Church Women will be On that harp of his. 1

2nd. Mrs. P. Boyd and Mrs. T. Travel League played In Gala Co-Op. A. F. Eggleston. who Beckley Junior College. In Bock-! Named( I and Mrs. Enoch Peterson of held at 7:30: p. m. on April 1. When!: it came to "Orange
W. Va. and lx now employed Blossom Special".
41 : McGuire; 3rd, Mrs. A. James esvllle on March 10. DeWitt had improved enough to leave ley In the offloe J Ft. Collins, Colo., flew down EASTER SERVICES,; Vicar.KEYSTONE
'I and Mrs. J.: Dey. C. Jones team played against the hospltaUuffered a stroke accounting& I for the funeral and have spent Holy Week services wll be He really was a whiz.
of the HUdSOn Pulp Paper
| His talent so great
CUB SCOUT NEWS Daytona Beach taking only last week and once again is In the past week visiting with heldi on, Tuesday Wednesday grew
: -;Mark Klefer. of Cub Pack one game. Joyce Barton had serious condition. .He is In the Company Mr. Horsfall of Palatka.was (born in MIllS Marilyn Barclay was I I the Norwoods here on the and Thursday evenings at On that harp he'd do many I

305 Is this week's reporter. He high single game of 176 and hospital in Huntington W. Va. Boston, Mnsi. and Is the son chosen as Miss KHS of 1968 lake. Mr. Norwood took them 7:31); p. m., and on Good. Friday tricks. '

: writes: We had our regular also led the team with total Our sympathy goes to Mrs. of the late Mrs. Luthorla B. in the annual contest held In back to Miami, on Monday. at.1 p.m., .4. People came from miles a-

.. meeting on March 20 at Mrs.Kuesturt's wood of 661. DeWitt Jones W J. Orollck, whose father Horsfall of Keystone Heights. the school gymnasium last Larry Norwood of Washington Twd Easter Sunday 'morning round HEIGHTS-

: home. We started! team had 3814 for total series. passed away In Jacksonvlle He attended Brookline public Saturday night. She was D. C. baa been visiting his Worship 'ServIces will be held To see the goat that picks
: off with refreshments. then The team appreciated Mr. last week. schools and graduated from crowned by last year's titleholder parents also.. at9 and 11 a. m., at, Twhich, He went to The Grand Ole,

planted some flowers, zinnias, Jones our sponsor meeting Guests last week of Mr. and Harvard College where! he Miss Susan Bird., Mr. and Mrs. David Lowery time both'choirs will provide Opry. 'I: DIRECTORYBEAUTY

jnftrlgolds! etc. Ne;t, we play- the girls on his team and giving Mrs. Ed Longnecker were their studied physics, and .from Harvard Miss Janet Kaufmann was and son Jimmy were weekend special music. The Sunday Every Saturday nigh

e4 baseball and Harry Wag- us moral support.ST. son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Business School with a I selected as first runnerup. and guests of Mrs.: ; Jewell Rose.' School will also,start at 9. A And when he got warmed up,

-nr'a team won." Mark is 9 ANNE'S NEWS Elmer F. Longnecker. and Master's degree in human reatlons. Miss Cathy Paul was second Mrs. E. B. WatkIns has returned nursery 1 is provided in the educational He was picking out of sight. SHOP

year old. Evening prayer services will children Dana and Jim. of Formerly an assistant runnerup. In addition to the from several weeks of building: for:,children Billy sold two million records

STi WILLIAMS CHURCH continue each Thursday at Worthington Ohio. professor at the University of three top winners. the seven visiting! in Guyton, Ga., and under four sears! with.;' Mrs.orescry In just a little over a week. KEYSTONEBEAUTY

.the St Augustine DeanerySpring 7:30 during the Lenten season. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Robersonof Florida and a teacher At Wor. finalists included Connie Bird, North Augusta S. C. In' charge. ,I And!! Mary was so excited
meeting was held at The new Liturgy service is be- Port Orange spent the cester Junior College In Massachusetts Helen Doyle. Jackie Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. PERSONALS She could hardly speak. SHOPEdith
the. SheratonJacksonville ing studied.A weekend visiting Mr Rober- I he Is now an Instructor I and Debbie Knight.Bill Revels and'children' .and'Mrs. 'Mra. t1iy 'O1 laeii''''41 the And then one day it happened, Johnson, OWMT

Jfotel, March :U, followed by clean-up day Is planned son's mother, Mrs. Ada M. at St. Johns River College. Baker served as masterf Molly Hobby of Mershan, Ga.. honor guest at.'several lunch- Now poor Mary still mourns. Personal & Creative Hair Styling

for April 6 at 9 a. m. All men Roberson and other relativesIn ceremonies. Entertainment were weekend guests of Mr. eons and farewell parties priorto She looked one day and dis Every 'Form of Beauty

of the church are asked to Melrose.Mr. ''ncluded; vocal numbers by and Mrs E. w 'R..Lo her .moving to UnltyWte._ : covered. Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed

partlcpate In the work day. and Mrs. Merton Mur- TTYYYYYYY.TTY Peggy Voyles and Priscilla Charles, Louis. -and Paulette with: her niece MraJt. ElmerDjerf. Her Billy had picked off his Mon.
CANCER CRUSADE Bozeman, a fire baton numberby Strandberg lire niece.-Mrs. .Henry: horns. Keystone 473-4808
INCOME TAX and daughters Betty and' were weekend
There was a meeting of Kathleen ray have returned to INDIAN BEACHLake Ann Trlest, And a mono-I' guests of Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Preis of Kent. Wash. assisted.
logue by Jimmie Wildt. her move
RETURNSPrepared County Cancer Organizationon their home in Canandalgua, Mrs. Dorothy, Sam and Charles in' preparations for NURSERY
Tuesday March 26 at Mary Brokas served as pian- Henry They left by train laet Friday.
N. Y. after a three week visit ( Route Fe) Butler of Ormond,
By Green Cove Health Center. spent with Mr and Mrs. JohnA. By Michael H. Chlttyrh. ist.The Beach, were Sunday guests. ''Among those entertainingwere .Mr. O.C. Carnes NurseryHwy.
contest is Roland,
The Woman's Club of Key- sponsored: Mrs. Helen Mrs. Emm:
Ross and touring Florida. : 473-2171 Walker and Mrs. 100, Florahome 659-2185
WM. J. DERMODY stone Heights will sponsor the The Melrose Recreation As- annually by the KHS annual David Reid and1 children of and Mrs. Herman Schroeder -BAPTIST -
.. Nnrswry Stock: Thousand
&AAAA.AAA.A.A.A.HeIlo staff to raise money for the William :Beam. Sr.;
Crusade In
Keystone Mrs.
Cancer would like to thank Jacksonville, were Sunday 'visitors and
socatton -
yearbook.to expected First Baptist Church Rev. plants A: Fruit Trees to
Recreation Center again for 1968. those of you who made their again, dear friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. W Mrs Emily: lion is Alachua Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun- choose from Shade Trees, Ever-
Club members who attended chicken dinner Tuesday night This Is your sorta tonfused Carpenter home this week from School 9 Worship &
.1 Keystone Heights I AIma day ::45 a. m. greens Landscape Plants in
and will organize the drive such a success. About 200 at- rolling reporter. Last week I: Kentucky to visit his twin Col and Mrs. George Shea General Hospital. Mrs.at', Mrs. Services. 11 a. m. and containers.

Phone 473-4500 are Mrs. J. Bird. Mrs. D. Kel tended. A special thanks to remarked about how lovely our sister Odessa, who Is therewith I and! son George Jr. of Wash- Frost Is convalescing on 7:30:: p. m. Training Union, Camellias &: AzaleasLet

son, Mrs. R. Griffin Mrs. D. the Ray :Brumbaugh familyfor weather was since spring had her husband. He is ,going ington D. C., were weekend Nell Orayson's; home 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for Us Do Your Landscaping

Koons and Mrs. K. Liggett. all their help. arrived. I'll beswltched if it to visit the Grand Ole Opry guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Brooklyn Lake Circle.extended to all services.
The first baseball game Is didn't turn cold again. It but the roads were too bad because James. Sympathy Is on the fTQTo'O PARSHanks
LUTHERAN scheduled' for April 9 at 7:30p. : seems as tho every time I of snow.Thursday Mr. and Mrs. R. IT.' Smith :Mrs. Walter Grollck Burch CATHOLIC .

SCHEDULEOF Divine Worship 11.. m., m. at the High School in comment on the weather, it evening Charlie of Gainesville Danny and Sue death of h.- father, St. William's ChUrCh-8un-1 Used Cars

SERVICES Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd Hawthorne. Everyone Is Invited changes. This week I will not Fchlckenl Braswell of Starke Ltitgen. Doug Lutgen of Key Hutson. on March 18. day Mass 9 a.
Sunday. Services held each to attend. say anythng about, except to and David Stegall of Willis- stone. and Donny Osteen of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. to Mass and Novena, 7 p. m. BIG CASH DISCOUNT

PARK Sunday at St. Anne's Epis- WOMAN'S CLUB say that I enjoyed the weath. ton came down to go Spec Gainesville, were Sunday dinner have moved to Macclenny and '-COMMUNITY CHURCH I TERMSBUY

of-the copal Church. Richard Meyer Rev. Charles Pierce, execu- er last week'before It turned, fishing. When they arrived my guests, of the Lucky Lut- be near their "daughter Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. -Rt.SELL 1 Box-9O TRADE
minister. cold. The fish were biting father gens. Doris Lutgen family. Morning Worship 11 a. m.I
tive director of the Rodeheaver ;James, my brother and Donny recently
Hwy. 100 8 Mile 8. Btarke
PALMSSUNDAYS Boys Ranch, was guest good until it turned cool I I Wayne and I were already out "Osteen ''enjoyed', the wrestling ;, 'Mrs. Roy Bridges two weeks Nursery at 11 o'clock service!
in ,returned from a only. Rev. Leon F. Mllner, .
again. bass Jacksonville [
CONCRETE meetingof I fishing.
PRODUCTS speaker at the regular So they met us Saturday mother, Mrs. R.
the Melrose Woman's Club Tuesday night we celebrated in the little lake and! tried to night visit with her afStuckey, S. C.
11:00 A.M.7:30: PJsL INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Wednesday. He was accompanied my father's birthday. Katie show us how to catch some Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hilliard W., Stuckey, Joined her and .

THURSDAYS CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE by Norma Jean Brannon, and Able Howard of Starke specs, unsuccessfully. have returned home from a Mr'. Bridges several days at '

7:30 P.M. THE: BEST FROM who is with Public Relationsat and Tony and Jean Ball of Sunday was a big day 'visit** with her mother, Mrs. they spent home at Lake]] I
the Ranch. Keystone, and Alfred Hudsonof around the Chitty household.It A. Sweat in Qultman, Ga., their summer I

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE Edward's Building They explained the work Gainesville helped us enjoy was my Grandmother Copeland's Mrs. Sweat is recovering froma Toxaway, N. C.Mr. and Mrs. I

TEACHINGAll that Is being done at the delicious barbecued ribs and 71st birthday. Those| fall.! This week, the Southern i\

Sen fees Held In The Supply, Inc. Ranch for the boys that live chicken. We surprised Father enjoying the birthday supper i Mrs.\ H. A. Holbrook of Plant Bridges attended Parts Show in Atlanta Maybe you can't \_ j
with rod were: Mr. and Mrs. James City, Is visiting her daughterand Automotive _
New Bible 729 8. MaIa3724844GAI1JSVILLE there. a new fly outfit Just Chuck Newman. of I _" __
Center in Sullivan and Mr. I family, .Miv\ and Mrs. : Qa. count the
Mrs. P. F. Kromer time for spring fishing. and Mrs. Roy hta, also Joined on
FLA. 'He &
David Stegall and children of Griffin this week.Mr. :. Keystone .u ._.A.. ,
ed the speakers.Mrs. Introduc-// a Thursday_ .. .Jean_ Ball_ entered : \ the Bridges., associatesstate .... .1
.1 A. J. me Meaicai center in Gainesville Williston; Mr. ani Mrs. Roy| and Mrs. Andy Boswelli representatives at the weather I
I sided over the meeting and for a couple of days but Crenshaw, Jerry Crenshaw I i I and Col. and Mrs. Hancock ]

had the devotional. is out now. Joan Crenshaw and boyfriend'I were visiting In Cedar Key, meeting ,

Hostesses were Mrs. J. R. My friend Otis Meiotn of Charles Isaac, and Mr. and Friday. I Iou

Clay Williams Mrs. Francis R. Cole, Hampton, took a birthday trip Mrs. Wayne Hersey all of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kirby I vey all from Waldo. were But

County Mrs. E. H. Harned, and Mrs. Oalnesvlle. Peggy and Wayne of Springfield ill, are visitIng Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Hagglund. Sr. Hersey will be moving to the Red Neals for a few Owen Bryant.Mr. Can 5 I

CUB SCOUTS received Sunday will go to help Theressa and will be closer to days. Red's birthday was Sun and Mrs. Edward Byrneof

The Cub Scout Pack Meet meet the responsibilities In us. My grandparents, Hubert day so "HappyBirthday"! 'Merc ntvllle, N. J., have I Bank I
Thursday. Mar. the world-wide mission of the and Palma Chitty of Starke "Happy Birthday" to Jean been visiting their daughter

Democratic Executive Committee 28 will at be the held home of Mr. and Methodist Church. Ten benevolent were also supper guests. Sun- Ball of Keystone, today. Mrs. Emery Sullivan and children On Us! I

D. E. Pace at 7:00: p. m. causes benefit from this day afternoon guests were Mr., Sunday afternoon guests of for a few days. -JI--
OfficialPOLITICAL Mrs. weiner roast one offering. and Mrs. N. C. Dixon and Mr. the Jack Millers were: Coburn. Leonard. LInda. and Tammy .
There will be a
I bringing\ what There will be a special Palm and Mrs Ben Smith of Archer. Peggy and Suzy Rain and Mr. Sweariniten were Sunday I' ,.'
with everyone COMPLETE
want to eat. Cub Scouts Sunday program at 7:30: p. m. My grandparents and I went and Mrs. Bill Taylor and children guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ;
I of their familiesare April 7. Mrs. Lois Huff sister fishing and caught one Spec, of Gainesville. Betty Swearlngen.
RALLY and Invited members to attend. df Mrs. O. E. Reed, will l be my father James, my brother Mac and!' Chuck McGowan of Mrs. H. T.? Smith has returned BANKING fT 'i

.. will sing sons here to share some slides Wayne and David Stegall Jacksonville, and Gene] and )home after spending .
The group
Awards will about a trip through the Middle went and caught one bass. Joe Watson and children. The the winter months with her SERVICE i

: also and be play presented.games. East. Mrs. Huff is well Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Duf fin Watson's moved Into the daughter In Pompano.) Her son I ,.A ..,
will informed in Biblical history the weekend.Mrs. Whidden house several! months daughter-in-law Mr. and
awards were down over and -
receiving \ ..
SATURDAY APRIL 6TH Those Mark KInzer, Bear Badge; andlopes\ to Impart a better Clemmle Greek was a ago. I'm sorry to say we Mrs.: X. M. Smith of Starke ; :::. .

Timothy be: Price, Gold Arrow understanding and'' apprecla. weekend guest of her daughterand haven't met them yet. but we were down Sunday helping At our Full Service Bank we are always ready to
tlon of Biblical lands. A fellowship hope to remedy that soon. Joe the yard. 'I
Philip son-in-law Corine and clean
her up
:.. Keystone Heights School I Courtney.and Denner Silver Badge Arrow; and hour will follow the Fred Thieman. Is a recruiter for the Naval And this brings us to the help you with a complete range of dependable

t Denner Badge; Ken McClure, presentation. Pete and Joyce Barton of Reserve In Gainesville Several end of another exciting week services and facilities to meet your every financial
Camber, SCHOOL NEWS! weeks ago when Joan Miller Indian Beach. I am 'gladto
Denner Badge: Bart Indian Beach Mrs. Calvin at
I Assistant Denner Badge: Mark The International Relationship Ward of Starke, and Mrs. had a birthday party, Polly see everyone out and visiting : need. We want you to bank on us Come rainor

:I Spaghetti Dinner Including Dessert Mills .Assistant Denner Badge; Club will sponsor a bake Doris Wood of Seat tIe, Wash., Watson's name did not get on because it Is good for shine.KEYSTONE
the !list. come ; .
sale So now
Allen Lee Tanner. Assistant Saturday at the Post Office. were weekend guests of Mr. It's offlcal news and good for the visiters. i

: .,, Sponsored by Woman's Club Denner Badge: John Paul and Mrs. Ralph Flllmon in Polly you were a guest atJoan's So until next week here's Le-

*ii Chlapplnl.\ Jr., Wolf Badge; The seniors have postponed Tampa.Mr. birthday.Mr. eon with a poem about a
Kelsey, Ath their. play for a couple of and Mrs. Riles and1 four dream I had the other night. STATE BANKMember
Joey and' Johnny and Mrs. Tom Norwoodwere
TIME 4:30 TO 7:00 P.M. I
: : weeks. children of Jacksonville Mr. LEEON'S CORNER
from ,
Bar ;
letic Achievement in :Miami, last week attending -
The Junior and Sophomore and Mrs. Decas of Earlton "HUl-BUly Goaf I F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, FU."Your .
the Webelos the funeral of Mr.Norwood's .
classes plan to present a play Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mary' had a little lI'08t.Who's .
::: Speaking 7:00 P.M. brother, Munn Nor- Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
of later this year. Koon Mr. and Mrs. Lee Croft horns grew long and
The One Great Hour wood. Mrs. Norwood's sisters. Community.l' ."
and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. HarA I
,..- U Sharing offering which was !Mrs. Irene Edwards and Mr. sharp. '



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An Open Letter To County Politicians; i I

- .-I And Political Aspirants

Dollars And Red Herrings Dear Mr. Matthews: the uuidersigned Bradford our homes.
n This open letter 1.1 submitted County residents' of Santa Jo'e The noise of the mowing

with the request that you Lake, Keystone Club Estates, machines clearing weed mIca-
Instead of showln&, a willingness to the extent of Gov. Kirk, to publish It In the March 28 issue Lake Geneva, Speedvllle Paradise ted .rIght-of-way and vacant

to cooperate in eliminating build up a national image in the of The TeleiTaph. Lake and Sliver Lake 10t.'I would be music to our
malpractices In some state agencies hope of capturing the Presidential Aside from the 115 signatures seldom have the honor of your ears.

lay Governor Claude Kirk reacted or Vice Presidential nomination. on the letter, a very presence In OUI' communltle It seems that the only regular -

Ad- in his usual manner to the adverse Instead of seeking to wiggle out significant statistic fs that Nor are we often treated with visitor Is the Tax Asses.sor .
lay audit of the Florida Development of an embarrassing situation by over 85 per cent ef the people the cornpanion4iip ot your and the only regular
contacted signed the letter emissaries or county em-
r.lveIn Commission, quickly throwing upa the at communIcation arrives annually -
pointing accusing finger and with a great deal of satis- ployees. from
smokescreen of counter charges others, if he were as truly in- faction and E'nthuslaBm.' This The sight or law enfol'C'e- Despite the Tax Collector.
rchhts the '
of "politics" and "personal smear" terested in economy and good "; \ : t should be a matter' of grave ment officers regularly patrol- by your obvious nei'lect we feel

The audit report said that the government as he says he is, the : :' 4 ___7 :': : concern for our present officials ling our nellofhborhoods would the seemlni'ly' apparent absence,taxation and-
Development Commission spent Governor would take the initiative _$ because we feel that be a wonderful vision Indeed. without
'Iin.0- thousands of dollars last year In in steps to eliminate such mal- -' "Joe Citizen" Is ready for The smell of hot tar and we have managed representation to survive

telephone cal\\ telegrams photo- practices instead of dragging red t? 'h! ; .. : .. some fresh thought, a different asphalt, as It Is applied to our without your presence In our''
20 graphs, plane tickets, and other herrings across the path. approach and some new blood tattered streets and roads. communities since the last
ierhe expenses to further the Governor's -' In his countV' IrOvemment. would be a welcome lK'ent. election and hereby
'. Rep. Murray Dubbin, chairman AN OPEN LFTTER The cough caused by the that request
to become you
President .
or of the legislative committee that ,: .- To this unblemished -
rt : -r county politicians and smoke of the mosquito control
Vice President of the United : record of absenteeIsm
Ird States. Investigated the Development I ]political aspirants In Bradford unit would be painfully pleas.snt. In the forthcoming -
gh also Commission, says that millions of tl..( County: tical campalgu. pou-
The auditor said
ub FDC that the dollars in taxpayers' money could '4' ldf:1A Except for periods Immedia- The dust caused 'by the regular [Signed} Carl B. Darden,
.Lay apparently had "no formal be saved annually if the auditor's tely preceding county elections, use of road graders John Bensel, Margaret Le-

, '): written policies and procedures"to recommendations for the FDC would be an honored guest In Blanc, Leo J. LeBlanc, Thomas

ve govern Its operation, and the could serve as a handbook for J. TYer Jr.. Mr... '1"'hn"ft_ ..
en .' 'Jaw was so broad It was inter- streamlining the organization of TTYYTTYTTYTTYYYYYTYTYY Tyer Jr., Mrs.---' Virginis= ;;; D:

by preted as allowing practically un- state agencies.We Flynns Must Corbett, Edward R. Corbett
limited authqrity In advertising Franz F. Y. Tamm Clara 1..
IU'e. and promotional activities. commend Comptroller Fred NEWS ABOUT Comply Or Roehl, Geneva Chab, Lillian

Some sources have sought to Dickinson for his refusal to approve G. Phelps, H. R Phelps, C. K.

' make light of the audit disclosures some of these questionable Move Dewey Mrs. C. K Dewey Roy

m saying, that all Goverpors expenditures and hope that he will SERVICE MEN Building Bayless Mr. and Mrs. E. C.

v. in recent have used the Development /stick by his guns, as we believe Hogsdon, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
years -
he will. AAAAAAAAA Mr. and! Mrs. James L:.. Lydick, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H.
CommIssion to pay AAAAAAAAA&A& Flynn of Jacksonville. hav4been Harper, Mrs.
certain As for Gov. Kirk's threat to "Come To The Fair"FARMER'S __ Armle Dugan.
of their -
- expenses office T'' -- given 30 days to compb,y Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Clark,
that could not be financed from turn the auditors loose on other t : :--:;._ ., ,< oJ with sanitation rei'Ula.tJona' I, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark,
any other sOUrce. But even if state agencies well and good. If setback, and other zoning reo Todd Givens, Mrs. Virginia
this Is true, there Is no reason they, too, are guilty of misuse DIARY ,, q:;" : Qulrements, or remove a con Rivers Mrs. Mildred A. King

1ld/ to continue a- malpractice simply of taxpayers' money, we need to P t' troverslal building' from theirproperty : Mrs. Wilson F. Tvre: Mrs. Ed-
because it has been done, and gotten know about it. Perhaps then the The big' week: 'Sa here anc urday we took a trip down t< In Kingsley V111alre.ubdivJslon. mond Poole Robert A. Gaunt.

n. away with in the Jast.) It Is Legislature will take steps to our 18th annual DracUore Pal atka and on the way bad \ Jack 1". Miller, E. :Revels, Fred
n. Count Fair Ja In full awing the highway The action was taken at a I Swearingen 3r.. Vera. EoSwearingen
was obliterated al
... reasonably sure, at any rate, that eliminate such malpractices in the
so pUe Into the famUy eaJ meeting of the
times with the clouds of dual Clay County Mrs. 11' Swearing-
no previous Governor has used it future.I' .
.] and treat yourlelvea to ada, Zoning
which all but shut off tht Commission last i en. Jr., T. 1. Norwood. Harold
ld at the county'a "b1i'aeat' ahoy road.At such times earth thaI Thursday night after two, Hill, Mrs. Harold Hill, Daryl
5 on earth." There' plenty 01 has been loosened by plowing hours of sparrIng between the, H. Barrows, Mrs. Daryl 11.
... ': Images Apt To Be, Broken time left between now and : and l dried by the SUD Is blown, Commission its attorney, Barrows, Harris Klmbrougb.

Saturday.nfgbt when!. It c1ose, away and there's no telllni Jrrank Scruby, and l disgruntled Arthur H Lutgens, DorIs F.
- ; While Governor Kirk has been pening making him think that ana a .number or special how many tons of precious topsoil neighbors of the Flynna on Lutgens, J. A. Williams, Robert -

campaigning so diligently in the all criticism of his actions can events are scheduled which I Is lost from 'the fields. Kingsley Lake. T Lanier, Jacquelyn C.
will add to your enjoyment. S 5 The Com mIlS Ion said that no Lanier, Viola B. Clark Ches-
far ,reaches of the nation serious be dismissed merely political .
a8 ,
It Is a building permit would be i issued ter W. Clark, Irene T. Wil-
cracks have begun to in and that the all love what By Sam MeGarn every year
appear people ACcOrding to advance no.ttces 'at this time, and many farmers to the Flynns for further hams Mr. and MI's. Aubrey
I the Republican structure of his he is doing. the exhibits this week have planted trees work on the structure until V. Bannister, R. T. Henderson.Mr .
Vo-Tocli center. as
own state. State Representative Don Reed, will be better than ever and S S S windbreaks. In an effort to all requirements had been and Mrs. D. 1. Davis, Mr.

Several Republican party lead- Republican house minority leader the livestock section has been All we need Is a break trOD''i minimize the loss of good IIOU. Cpl. Willard W. Wynn has met and Mrs. W. A. Dordyce, Mr.
ers joined state GOP Chairman and a close Kirk associate, also expanded to include partict. the weatherman to ensure th4aucae1jll Another problem >farmers have completed eight wceks of advanced Clay County Sanitarian and Mrs. Thomas F. BrannonJr.
William Murfin in a "walkout"this said that the rank-and-file Gap patlon' by young people, 110 of the Fair We wrot4 now Is the lack of moisture In Infantry training at harry RIKIIS stated that bill .. l\frs. James D. Eland'' Mrs
week on a proposed "favoriteson" leadership in the State sides with there should be a line exhibi- last week tbat spring Is here the around to plant tobacco, Fort 1Jix. N.J. After Kpendlng office could not issue a septic John E. Beidler, Mrs. Howard
r presidential slate pledged tD Murfin in the blossoming feud. He tlor) of 'CAttle. swine and pout- but it turned ort chilly ane i ,but then fanning Is nothing, two weeks here with his parents tank permit for the building. V. Blckrord, Mrs. Guy W.
predicted that Florida Republicanswill try for you to inspect and ad- March winds' blew with gust) ,but one problem after anether. Mr. and Mrs. Willard since a tank would necessarily Bickford, James Breeden, Betty -
. Kirk.Murfin mire. Wynn he III be too close to existing water Ruth Breeden Mr. and Mrs.
led out Monday with /send an "unpledged" slate to so that the lowers/ held on rOI, now attending 12
S SS weeks at NCO combat wells. He said It would not be Robert Hogan, Ne180n E. Jones -
a blast at the bright, young aides the convention in Miami Beach and Incidentally. too much credit dear lIfe. S S S academy at Fort Benning leadership -, possible for the F'lynns to In- John D. Cox Jr., Agnes M.
to the Governor rather than he, himself, has agreed to serve for.the growth' of our Fair Don.t forget the Fair. We 00. stall u. sewage system to !serve: Drake, Robert Drake, James
criticizing Kirk h.jrn.elf-( :, /saying on such a 'slate, rather than one. cannot be given to the starke Speaking of wind, last Sat. hope to see you there. the building. since "there. 1:1: SparlunlLn, Beatrice Spark-

that chief asarsthnr ThIn Fergu. pledged to Kirk.So 'ClUb'Wl ch'every year Army Spechilint-4 Robert W. 110 place to dump the IIJUu- man. Reba Thompson, Mabel
son press aide Jim Wolf, and apparently, the Governor's puts on the Rural-Urban Day Social SecurityQUESTIONS 'Sfst! day of the month you WaJdron] lIOn of Hllmon E, ent." PhUIIPB Edna Knepper, Ben-
public relations adviser William image so carefully built 'on the M a klckofffor the show, and reach 65.QUESTION. Waldron of Starke, lias been I Members of the Commission nye Cox Jean Watson Joseph
Satire are ignoring the welfare of national front is beginning to whIch pays. for the fish try : I ''W11l be 65 assigned as' a cook In Headquarters -' said that although the build- A. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. H.
and serves It to the thousands And Answers next month. I have two let.ters Battery ot the 25th Ing does not now meet setback K. OOI'don. Ann C. Beidler,
the Republican Party in Florida, tarnish:\ among his:\ own party in
who attend. from your office asking Infantry iDIY-JslolI- Artillery near, requirements, It would be potssible Howard V. Bickford, John B.Beidler. .
while seeking to further their own his own home fltate. It all goes I BY RALPH FONTANA me to come In and! file for Cu Chi, Vietnam. for the owners to move James D Eland, Lau.ra -

ambitions by trying to ,put the to show that even a $90,000 a year The. 'big event tonli'htThur QUESlI'ION: I've been draw- social security. I don't plan to it back sufficiently to comply' F. Darden, Clyde Byrd

Governor in the White House. contract with a Madison Street [ day] Is the Talent ing dJsab1Uty benefits on my retire\for at least two more Plo Barry D. Smith son ofMr. since they owned additional Walter Donley, Sewell Proctor,
Murfin said that the three public relations .firm cannot void Show Onaored by the Pair own account for two years years. Why should I sign' up and Mra. X. M. Smith, or property. But this would do Albert Byrd, James Mc001lle.

young braintrusters are convinc- the old ,/saying that the truth will Association, 'Whlcb ''WIU be I'm now 55. Recently my husband now, before I'm 65? Starke, received a parachutist no good, as far as occupancy Tyrone 1Iolathews Willie Don-
ing Kirk that he has a chance at eventually "out." staged under tile .direction of died. Am I eligIble for ANSWER: Your application badge on March 6 upon completion of the building Is concerned ley, Lois Mae Middleton Shug
the top spot on the Republican Images must have some sub- iRlchard .Jockel. This will be a benefits as a disabled widow for social security Is also a ot the Infantry. School's because It could not be used Jackson Retha May Wanton.

national ticket or,. at least the stance behind them they cannot chance for you to. see some of as weU]? claim for hospital Insuranceunder' three-week airborne course at without sanitary facilitIes, It Harold Wanton Alice Proctor,
vice presidential nomination. lIe be built like Shakespeare's our talent as they''compete for ANSWER: It Is possible to Medicare It also serves Fort Banning, Oa. was pointed out.RULED l'at Davis Florence Proctor,
"full of BOund tile.prtzes efterecJ.. be eligible for disabled widows as a claim for medical rdoctor His training, which Included Rogers Donley, Willie B. Da-
tale idiot
said they gave the.Govarnor a an f e benefits as well as regular blln Insurance, 1t you wish to five jumps from a C.130 airplane via Mrs. Addle 1. Davis Alvin
distorted picture of what is hap- and fury, and signifying noU ng. FrIday night' ,'one ef the disability benefits at the same have that coverage. The bone- flying 170 miles an. hour PAI)5 nonley Clyde Nelson Cather-

highlIghts' of the Fair will be time. However, you cannot be fits under hospital and medical at an altitude of 1,250: teet LEGAL Books.etc. Inc Mathews Sandra. Mathews .
presented! -the annual Strawberry paid both benefits. In effect insurance are paid whether qualified him as a parachutist. steno NotebookS, Order Mrs. Rosa Speed Her-

Danger In Old Buildings Queen Beauty Pai'eant-' you would be paid! the higher YOU retire or not. For full -. Bradford County TeleI'rapb. man Roehl, Mayo W. KIm-

which this year Is being sponsored of the two If requirements! for protection you must file before Staff Sgt. Edward A. Winkler broui'b' Mrs. R. L. Henderson.

town hay.Ing viting to childish curiosity. by th, Starke Woman's both are met. For full Information the month you reach 65. our son of Mrs. E. A. Winkler
Starke Isn't the only
Club. A total or 19 talented check with, your social letters urged YOU to file so ilf Starke, has been recognized
its troubles with old, unused All of these people are aware and beautiful l girls will compete security errlce. . yoU wouldn't lose any benefits for helping his unit earn the
bundings. Even cities have them- and concerned about the dangers for the title, and the first QUESTION': Does a disabled" under Medicare.Mr. U. 8. Air Force Outstanding

Jacksonville, for instance.A inherent in old. abandoned buildings eliminations be held at 3 widow need to bring a doctor's Fontans. Is at the Agri- Unit Award. As an air arma- '
recent article In a Jackson'WIle but point put that the prob- p. m. Friday In the show report:when she comes In to culture Building In Starke ment technician In the Air. Defense -

newspaper said that the city's lem won't be solved until legis- arena. The finals will be held file a claim? every Monday and Friday from Command's 57th ''Fighter I .. -
condemned buildings aren't going lation is passed to force des true. that nllrht with Carrol Lamb ANSWER: No. One or more 9:30: a. m. until 11:30: a. m. to Interceptor Squadron at Kef.

to be removed for some time tion or removal of the condeQ1Ded one of Doyle Conner's assist- medical reports will be reques- assist residents of Bradford will laV'lk wear Airport a IIllItlnctive,hi Iceland service he

and many people are concerned structures. When a building is ant', serving as master of teeS after the claim Is flied Count with their social eecUrity rbbbon aa a permanent decora-

about it. condemned by city building Inspectors ceremonies. CS depending on the extent of problema.

The concerned Include on the grounds of being her tratments. But medical tion.The
ones : inmates unit was cited for out-
And afternoon.
on Saturday evidence prior to application Two
-City Police, who say1.the uild. a safety or health menace, it Is tile Bradford Roping' Club will js U"neCeMary. standing professional skill, ded-

Ings are 'breeding places for crime, up to the owner to remove the again stage a Horse Frolics as QUESTION: Will Medicare Ication and motivation which
well havens for and structure. If the owner fails to Charged In resulted 111I one of the most
as as vagrants the final big event of the PaIr. pay for a wheel chair bought
drunks. do so, then a suit must be filed And, Of course, al1 during the for my seed:!' mother? remarkable records of achieve.
Prison ment ever attained !
by a tight.
-The Fire Department, whose in Circuit Court to force removal. fair there will be exhibits to ANSWER: Yes. MedIcare er Interceptor squadron. Over.

spokesmen say such buildings Starke has benefitted in recent Inspect, and the usual midway. can now pay the cost of durable 'Two Raiford Prison inmates coming the hanlilcop of Isola. By Lynn DamUton, of Southern Marine II
cause a growing number of calls months from the voluntary action with exciting rides and lots of medical equipment; Reim- have been charged with mur- tlon, high personnel turnover,
to combat fires and handle general of several owners of old and un- good things to eat. bursement will be made in 'Ineta1lment des In the March 11 atrang'tzlation and the severest winter the FUN AFLOAT STARTS seat cushions are a must. The

alarms at these trouble spots, used buildings, who have torn I S S as the chair ,Is used death of another prisoner history of Iceland, the 7th WITH SAFETY RULES U, S. Coast Guard requires
with the neverendiDathreat of them down and converted the Another huge turnout fa somewhat like rent until In a prison hospital ward consistently demonstrated out- Fun afloat starts with a safe that there be one aboard: for

tire spreading from them. space to parking lots, or other use- expected. but traffic and park. the cost of tie chair hAs been State Attorney T. E. Duncan standing mission capabIlity.Sgt. rill and safe boating practices each passenger. Youngsters
ful It is hoped that Ins will this year be facilitated paid by Medicare or course.If said 1'rJday. Winkler Is a 1952 graduate reports the Evlnrude News should wear life Jackets whenever -
Neighboring property owners purposes. with citizens radio band con- the chair Is needed the boat Is underway.
only Officials of the Division of of Bradford High School. Service. Before the season gets
who are plagued by a fear of what more such voluntary action will trol under the supervision of months. the reimbursement Corrections in Tallahassee In full swing, make sure you Know the boating' rules or

might- happen to adjoining prop. be taken in the future.If Hank Green of the electronics from Medicare ''Will be only a confIrmed that Henry Hull, Seaman Apprentice' David A. won't be the cause of serious the road. Even 1 If you're an

erty if a fire starts in the rotting tighter laws are needed how- claM or the Bradford-Union part of the cost of the chalr- 28. was kllleeS at 1:30: a. m. CD1M8.l'cb Loper, USN, son of 1'011'' and mishap this 8ummer. experienced skipper It's smart
tructurea. ever, to deal with those who fail not the full coat even though U whOe he was 111 afourman Mr. ,Henry Loper ot Route I, OverloadIng Is one of the to review them periodically. If
-Realtors to act voluntarily, the City should bought outright by your moth.er. hospital ward atRaiford. Starke, hus graduated after mOst common safe boating' other membe or the family
who flay the old in that Warranty Deeds occasionally operate your boat.
begin now to move dlrec- nlnelW'eeks of Navy basic train.mg violations. In fact the U. S.
buildings ruin the looks and downgrade tion. Sooner or later, these men- Recorded QUESTION: Some health Duncan said Hull apparently. at the Naval Training Coast Guar l recently reported make sure they know the

values of all other property aces to the health, welfare, and plans furnish a folder to we WM strangled with a. wire Center Great, Laked, III. Our- that It was the No. 1 cause of rules.A .
in their neighborhoodl1. attractiveness of the city must The following Warranty In keeping receipts for covered used with a radio earphcme. this training polod, he stud-. boating ratalltles. Know your good anchor and enough
-Parents, who tear that their go and the City should arm it- Deeds were recorded In the services. It also has the nec- He reported that fnmatea led seamanlihLp, as well UII Bur.vlval bOILt'8 capacity. Just because lIne can literally be a life
children Circuit e8l1&ry application forms. Why Wayne JI'utIc and Elwood La.- 'chnlques, military dl'lII, Silver A minimum of 100 feet,
may be Injured while self with the necessary tools to office of Clerk or the It has "room" for eight people
playing in or around the crumbling act when the time for action Court during the week. March doesn't Medicare' dO this? mar Albrtrht were charged and other subjects. don't crowd them aboard. of line fs recommended, but
structures 13.ao. ''ANSWER: Such a Medicare with the slaylnr. Check the bea.t.s capacity carry more whenever possible.,
i are so in. comes. Eat.her Gertrude Martin to kit Is now available In the Bull was serving 81- MARRIAGE plate to be sure of the number Line won't do you much coed

Clifford Robert Martin one social security oUtce. Tele- month to three-year term of passengers you can safely If fOil don't know at least 'a
lot, 100. phone, write or visit the social from St., Johns County for LICENSES carry. It your boat doesn' few of the basic marIne knots.Don't .

4\-4.4 Hymle T. smith and GladyS security office for your tit. conviction on a charge of a. Marriage licenses were issued have a capacity plate tmOBt be embarrassed to 8.IJC!
The Bradford County Telegraph 1'. Smith' to Jesse F. and They were not available at the crime against nature to the following persons by newer boats dol, check with your marine dealer or a fellow
beginnIng of the program.QVlTON Fulk was originally fmprol marine dealer or the boatman That' the way they
ESTABLISHED 1879 ElIZabeth A. Bakcer: Lot 60 on the County Judge during the your
: Somebody told oned In 1960 on an aggravated teamed.
Lake manufacturer.Have
oak Avenue In Crystal 'week: of March It through
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PublIsherFlorida' HomHltM, J8Q0. me that If I don.t actually retire assault cOI'llv1ctlon In Palm 22. the proper equIpment Store your boating gear
I6zi; when I become 65, I won't Beach County' and was
sery- neatly
Many accidents
to 01.. B. aboard to prevent a.. minor can
TrYlOn Herbert Mitchell Langford
Oldest Weekly Newspape1' PublJllheeS I
Contlnously be eligible for ,Medicate U lug additional sentences 111 be traced to. the
water skiS
from becoming a majot'
West halt of Lot problem
1 Scott. 2. Kel' In.
and Myrtle Mollie
Under The Same Masthead.PUbllah.d get sick. Ia ths true? connection with an cape. that'were left
laying 111 the
Block .. LIncoln City $800. both of accident. Add the follow-
ANSWER : Somebody iswrongi While at Raiford, Fu1k] waS Newberry. middle of the 1oor.
tog Items to list of safety -
Danell W. and CIU'CIe.A! .
each Thursday and entered si Second Class Matter at the Poet Office Whether or not YOU also sentenced to an additloD.al .Arthur Lamar JrolUday. equipment: Bailing device nave a working knowledge
BaU to N and Hazel
TrYby retire will be eligIble for fIve Starke, and Jane Ella WittIer
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1819.2ubici1ptIou M. iRoWe. property In BE cot- you years last January GI1 fire extinguisher and first aid of marIne charts and marters.
1fedicare. You muat. however. charges' of assault to commit Pompano Beach.
In trade area: 1 year, $4.50: 6 montha. $2.50 ncr of SW quarter of NW file an application. You should murder and possession of a Cleveland! Durham, and kit. Be sure your runnIng Many will help times this knowledge.
lIghts are operating properly you avoid a danger<
quarter of NE quarter of See.IS .
do this In the three months knife In connection Bernice Blocker both of
Outside trade area: 1 year, .O0; 8 znontha, 13.75 Townahlp 4S Bouth Range with an and carry a portable spotIJ ht. IUS 'situation before It b.sp-
before your 65th birthday so Incident involving' another' inmates .1Iampton.
ILi I- 22 east $6,000. ._ JOur Medicare can start the __ -____ Life jackets and lor buoyant pens. ._ _....


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F. Woodward ford and Mrs. Nettle Crawford Brooks, Maurice Lee, .Norman FIRST BAPTIST CIITOCII ev
all of iStnrko and Mrs. Sanders, Floyd Stewart, S. R. STARKE
Services Held Jessie Davis, Jacksonville; two Hicks, and L. E. Chllsoru j
brothers. .Mack .Howard of .QaportunUes of service:

Victor F. Woodward 62 Starke, and Henry Howard, "WVTTTT...T.TTTTf. ftfBROOKER Sunday Sunday School
died Wednesday,...A3arClt 20.Jn Townaend, Ga. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worshipat
Port Charlotte He was a native (Funeral Cervices were'' held 11, sermon: "The Last
of Addison N. Y. and wasa at 4 p.m. Sunday In the 'Union Supper." Training Union 8:15.: A.

veteran of World War It, Primitive Baptist Church with Evening Worship, 7:30: ser- J
moving to Florida two years Elder Herman Moody offlciatIng1. By Joyce Stoke. mon: "Foot Washing Bap-
Interment was in the "
ago.He Is survived by his widow. family: plot in Dyal Cemetery .......u.uuuuauREGISTRATION Monday RA meeting B poT
I C. Jones ],runt>ral
with DeWitt
Mrs, Mae B. Woodward of p. m. Youth Choir Practice
.Port Charlotte: four sons five Home incharge.Active 'P. and Deacons Meeting, 7 p. m. ._--- -- arC
,daughters and .one sister and pallbearers were The registration ,books will' WMU Executive Board meeting LONG. BRIDGE .BAPTIST' SIC
25 grandchildren.He D. Reddish Reddish Ralford, W. C.!Brannen Clem-' be at GteerTi Grocery on etch at church 7:30.: BAYLESS IIIGII1UY RATFORO BAPTIST NORTHSIDE -BAPTIST GRA.BAl'TlT CHURCH .

was the father of Mrs. Vernon demons and 'De Tuesday and. Friday, from .8:30: Tuesday WMU general BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH u
Curtis White, of Starke. ohs Jr..Roy Green.Services \ to 4:30: from now.until .April meeting and covered dish Schedule of services: :Sim- Sunday School, 10 m 'Sunday School 10>> 'a. m
:Funeral services were held bert 5. If you hovenot registeredto luncheon, 12 noon. Junior Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday day School '9J.U. -a. ,m Morning Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning WafsAlp'll ...' *; oa..
at 2 p. m. Saturday In Port ''Vote 1n the County Eleo- Choir, and Sunbeams 3:30: p. Morning Worship service 11 School, 10 a.m. Worship 11 Worship, 10:43: a. m. and 7 p. m.-ReV. .!,eland A TBJventngWWfrtflp' S' p.'in.i, a.n
Charlotte. Held 1 tlon coming -up MayI"th. be m. Primary Choir 4 p. m. a. m.i; Training Union. 8:30: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. prater Uevtlnf. Wednesday a.C

For. W. N. ,Minton sure to go })yon one 'Of.these WednesdaySunday School p. m.: Evening Worships 7:30p. : Union, 6:30: pro. Rev. Jack Evening Service. 7:43.. .Mld- Thursday Visitation. iO 8,. p. <4I1.\fJl'tic> '. earb'P4dsrat.8

Mrs. Parmenter specified days .and register Superintendents Cabinet m. Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Week Prayer Service Wednesday a. .m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. 1Jar.eyie1'pu.:, J
In Jones ChapelWarren BIRTHDAY DINNER Meeting 6 p. m. Prayer Meet- Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30: 7:45: ,p. m tar. 1eit

Services Held N. Minton, 90 of Mrs..Breruda Jones and Mrs. Ing, 7 p. m. Church Choir p. m.: G. A. Meeting, Wed., LAKE ,NEW RIVER.BATTIM., n
At Union Church Janice Pierce honored their Practice, 7:43.Thursday: 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY C""LV" Y.BAF.nT. tJ
March .
Starke, died Thursday, .. ... ...
father. Lee Roy Green Sundayon Weekday Bible Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: m. Sunday School. 10 .m. tI
21, In the Bradford County Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH ilTraininr m Sunday School, iO>> -'O. .m,
meeting, last Mondayin Morning Worship a.
,74, rhla with 7
Mrs. Mattie Parmenter After ' Hospital Morning Worship 11 ..
March family dinner at the home of each month. ReY. David Training Union 8:15: p. m. Union 7 p. m. Evening m
.of iS.tarke died Friday, p m. -W. A. Hogan, pastor. j j'
services: Sunday School, 10 '
22, in the Bradford County 1 ness. Mr. and Mrs. George >Pierce.A Medeiros, pastor. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. \7orship. 8P. m. ,.Tralnlrg Union., |l8;ao. p. n d
on .
In Taylor 'County
Born a. m. Preaching 11 m.
Midweek Service, Evening .
Hospital after an extended\ '1878 :he was a retired very unusual birthday cake MADISON STREET Prayer Wednesday night 'Service. ;; 8ervloe.7J0PnmMeeting : ;;
January 22 BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7:30: pm.. onme Training' Union 5:45p., m. Wednesday, ,7:19:
with -miniature \ \
fishing pond welqome.L.
ness farmer'and n. member of Church Of Jesus Christ Of 730 p. m. Everyone 11
let us worship together. Rev. Evening Worship, 7
p. .
Mrs. Parmenter :was born In Church.Burvlving'arc was the center of attractaMr. Parker t.or. p. m.-.Rev. a. U..,Butlepstor.
Bethel Baptist 31 Latter-day Saints Allen L., .pa
Sunday March Sunday Price, pastor. Everyone welcome: .- 53der .
the .Belmope section of Clay hits wife JosteMlnton keen enjoyed the'fellowship -
1416 East Call St.] luEVCXi ;:
School, 9:45: a.m. Morning PINE aAr'i8kSunday A. G. Flynn. pastor.
County on August 28 1893 the of, iSU.rke; three'I of his children and many Worship 11 a.m. Youth Choir Cervices: CHURCH Or.CII US''!
.daughter of .the-late. Henry I:;. daughters, Trtrs. glary] Rogers. friends at this happy occasion. Practice 4:30 p.m. Youth Choir Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday School, 10 a. at FIRST PRESBYTERIAN '10 HEHJBRONN BAPTIST
and Avle 'Crawford Howard. >f c.alirornia: Mrs.; Janie McGee Out of town .guests were: .Mr. Supper, 5:45: p.m. Training School 10:00: Sacrament t Morning Worship\ 11 a. m Sunday: Bible Study and 'Sunday SclWW :J:45: are! .
She was a member of the West Palm: Beach; and and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and Union 6:15.: WMU Prayer 11:00.: Pre-6ervlc [Booster band,, Sunday School, '0:45 .a. a_ a. m.; Morning Worship Morning{ Woriailp11' a. a

"Union. Primitive I I Baptist Miss Nettle Mlaton, Starke; family, Mr. and Mrs. :R. B. Circle 7:15.: Evening: Worship, Branch PresidentDea.n Young' People, and Prayer Morning Worship, 11 *. m. Communion Service 11 a. ,m Trakiinz ehdo&. ':30 p. B.Training' .
Wau-' Service], Op. m. ,Evening Evening services 6:00. '"
Church.In ':
William'Minton. Branam Palatka. 064-6278.
and family of Hansen
one son T'.OQ'p.
Youth Fellowship, 6 n. : ,..,Unkn: ) : : nBv
recent years she had made chula: two steps.)ns,W. O. Collins ) Mr. and Mrs K. L. Oreen and 7:30.Wednesday Prayer Meeting FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOB I Worship, 7 ... m. Midweek p. Wednesday :Worship s TV' nmg Swnoe, "'t:00.-: MM.w .

bar .home. -with her .daughter Hinesvllle, (Ga., and Brady family of Wildwood, Mr: and 7:15.: Church Choir Practice OF STARKE aervte. Wednesday.: 7:30: p Choir Practice ice 7.,p. m. 'Minister jack 1'. I' -eel'! : ,
Mrs. S. C. Harley of Starke. Collins Starke; 25 grandchildren Mrs. Terrell Green and family 8:30.ThurscJay: West 'Weldon St. and Ral m. E.:R. Bowers, D. D. t 8 p.m. Wech1811rJaY.1.(:,baL I,'p.. m. P..rita1.Sr'efvhe.y2,
Surviving are six daughters and 12 great-grandchil- of Brewton, Ala., and a number Sunbeams and ford Road. ton. E. v. Robert D. .....
JVIr.. Clarence .:Amy, of Jacksonville dren.Funeral of friends and relatives of GA meeting 3:30. eundar School: 10:00 a. m -

; .Mrs.: Homer Byrd. services were held Brooker. Norman L. Redding, interim 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; .. .. ,.. ..... '. .. -
Kennedale, :Texas; Mrs. Claude, at '2 p.m. Sunday in Jones Me- BIRTHDAY PARTY pastor. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. :
Rowe, Lawtey; Mrs. S. C. Harley morial Chapel "with Rev. R. L. Miss 'Martha Stokes celebrated m. Evangelistic Services. +
.Airs Bill .HutcMnaon, and Lee and Rev. J. C.: Hester offlc'iatlng. tier 12th birthday Satur- Wednesday: 7:30: p.m: Mid An investment In Your utuJ ealflCO
Interment was In '.
Mrs. New Burney, all of day'night with a party at the Ned Hicks.A week Prayer :Meeting.
Starke;. two .sons Isham Davis L6ng Branch. Cemetery with Pastor: Rev. George Green
Civic; Center. Indoor and outdoor Fish Fry la being planned
and H. F Parmenter, Jboth of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ff. I r !
games were enjoyed by 16 be .
for Saturday April so
Starke; four slaters Mrs. Bessie. In'cbar of arrangements.Active Zan the 18 guests who attended. sure to make your plans to Include C.HBlell' '" ..., .
pallbearers CHAPEL
Unnle! Craw i
'Mrs. !
Crews r
Refreshments of Ice cream, this. A definite 'place '4riMslalls.Sghlbhawlpl8tl.

cake and punch were served by and time of day will be announced I Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday ;
NEED 'READY) CASH? Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stokes, ) later. Proceeds will School. 11:00: a. m. Morning f::::;::*;;:;:;;::: Zjjt:::; ? r :

Jr. go toward the expense of the Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training I 1 1

SOFTBALL" SEASONIt lights!\ for the games. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening .. :"
Is that time again, the Any donations of cash or Worship. :::: ::
Come time of the year when boys advice will be greatly apprecIated Wednesday 7:30: Prayer W ESILI C
I1.OL I men girls and women. get Interested ". Any questions you Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- '

Y ar ,b We make loan for in playing Softball. might have on the subject of I nlght-7:00: p. m. Family .i 'I
worthwhile I This year the men have or- softball Jerome Kelly will be Night.
purr '
any ganized a softball team and glad to help you with.

?: pose I.will be playing In the Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stanleyof ,1 BEThEL BAPTIST CHURCV :.:.: mID, .;.;.
,: rj League. They have been quite Santa Fe and Dan Stanley i
$25 to $600DO Sunday School 10 a. m I
i busy getting organized, and and his fiancee Miss Joyce
active in getting donations for Busby ,of Gainesville were the Morning Worship, 11 a. m 1- l \
the support of their team but dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evening Worship *::30 p. m

Too paymentsto finally Brooker Softball TeamIs N. J. Hayes Jr., Monday night. Prayer Mee tnlr. 7:30: p., m I j E Ek Ew ..
Ja many .. ...
Wednesday.-.Rev. J. C. Bee :' OUR .1.
a reality. Mrs Earl Markey spent several k .
make? The Brooker field near the days last week with Mr. ters, pastor. I II !j11 1 j
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school has been eaulped with and Mrs. R. K. Dukes -
I -Too bills to !
> more and\:' better lights, thanksto Butler. a- :::
Highway' 100 at Therem I .. I"m I-
payToo the Brooker Recreation De- Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Green n .
: .,.. tax ''Sunday School 10 a. m.
many t\
r t
Ala., )
partment. Uniforms and family of Brewton '
due' furnished thanks to several) spent several days this week Morning Worshlp.-11 a. m.
coming ?%
Training Union-8:30: p. m. it'
business men and organiza- with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. dL:
Evening Worship 7:15
: -
tions, namely. The Masons, Green
Let Us Help With Your Money McKlnzie Tank Lines [Art t Mr. and Mrs. K. I* Oreen p.m.Wednesday ,* *:**! ,, '_"*," _-= %%
Night :--.er
Quicksalll Bill Blgham, Leland and family of Wildwood spent I
Problems I i ..
Services 7:30: p. m. Rev.
Wilson, Roy Carroll, Earl 1 the weekend with Mr. and !
Green, N. O. Hayes, Jr. and V. Mrs. A. F. McDavid and Mr. Merle Packham pastor. I 11 Our fears seem as big and as terrible as this alligator sometimes, don't they"s|$ ,

TOWN FINANCE CO. R. Ferguson. -and Mrs. R. L. Green ::.::. Fear about this thing and that can paralyze us and prevent us from'doing our ;:t:%

Umpires ,for the season for Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt BOATDRAIN BAPTIST 1::: daily work 1:&::
226 N. Temple __ Phone 964-7449 the Brooker games will be and son of Lake Butler and CIIl'RCII: STARES :':::: Many of our fears are reap A great many of our fears however, are unfounded s|

Roy Carroll A. B. Adams and Mrs. Edna Jones of Macclen- Sunday School 10 a.m., :m;::: -a result of thinking and worrying about ourselves. Sir John Denham phrased '&:
ny. were visiting Mrs. Brenda Morning Worship, 11 a.m. 'Ii'':{:{:' It this way: I' i p .
Jones and daughter Sunday. Training Union 6 p.m. "My fears are.causeless and ungrounded, $;::: '.t.

Mrs. Alphle Parrish of Au- ning Worship 7 p.m. EVOo// ..:: Fantastic andmelaucholy fumes." "-< ::::1::3!::}

burndale spent several days Meeting, Wednesday, 7 :[i There is only one thing that will dispel fear of this type. We must do something! jj jjto

here visiting Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy i :::: get: out of ourselves. That means loving and helping others.. ?$?

Stokes andfamily.. NORTHSTDE BAPTIST. ,;I: i1:: The Bible puts it so well in I John 4:18.: "There is no fear in love;'but perfect *?
It seems that most of our Located on EJI dee t ..4h.I :::: lore/ eaateth out fear; because fear hath torment. He that Jeanie it not 'mad* j&
people have .been 11 or still ill way [SIt 223]at Rallor-1 Row.1 :":i J'f3rfecHn.love." .i:|

with the virus or flu Rev. I* [SR 181. Service': -Hundaj i'i f;':: The Church ia God's Agency designed to help you. We invite YOU to attend 4hlse'' f:|::.
L. Parker had major surgeryIn School .0 a. m. BundaMarnlng > week. f,\ :
Alachua General Hospitallast f&n
Worship. 11 a. m

L\ week but Is doing fine. Training Union 6:30: p. m' tI!{:::::::::;:;:::::::::::: :::NhW.: l:}X:*;;:{:.Y..:.;: ;:: :::;: :::;:::;:;M.::;:::<:x Among those sick are: Rhonda : : : W'::; ;:;::;.':::::;;:t'W::::::::::;;::;:!:;:yXgii'jI :::; :;:::;;:::;;;:;::;:;::!
.. Evening Service; 7:30.:: Mid:
r Harrell Charlie Castlen, Week: Prayer Service, Wednesday : tile 01....h wu.104' .....,iolldn.ddl..d'I1.( ..YMwidl.' .., 01 eh,.... $\\\N 17ft I : :: ::I
M; .Harrell, A. L. Green 7:30.: -Rv. Glean Law ::1:' l..a oM oIl1i1 dtmencl I"Wen I.'taped I.tho!lei.by I tel,he 00''".,.WtIIout, jjj:: ,
Earl Green Tony Castlen Coy hon, pastor. ir;::: Kill p"1,,'' In. .KM.. .... of< M *........"" w intitty n my" tl Hi wid.|M.| :::::: '
Edwards and Mrs. Doris Kel- !: .yttunn. and. ....hwAmi. Mih.. kM w.*. .wilt Inntlobly' pwhli.," Ihmlnt,..M ;'. : ?::: I t
ley. Mrs. Alice Edwards Is also DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH :;1 .... t,MMik loM .f Dim,
r3 In the hospital. Sure hope BROOKEB 1::i a f MmuM nil. hk lortilf."" fcp, ..| Nnt .......,, net 1 (MM. ihtuU upheld' .<.W. ,.,. : :? :
rt"l'm everyone la up and out soon. ::! *lpglt 'b" DM dutch. .......II ,Itlh hi "InHi'" obwt .nra'i.. lift,dnlh mi fcitlnyi; Hw '
in business'to Mr. ,,and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Sunday School. 10( a. m. ::::: "tort" whkh wwi. nil, M him fix I. B Inn l .child H sod ('b IN '. J:.:::
r Mrs. Eva Harrell and Er- Morning Worship 11 a. m. I:!: C.I......... ,.._ :Si:,:::

I make a refit.. cell Edwards were in Tampa Evening Training Service.Union"::30.6:30-p.Rev m. : :::;:::::: :::::::::;Si5Mi;;:;;:: :;::::::::;;::::iS:::;::::::;:::::::":::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::;:;::;:::;:: ::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':':::':':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:: :::; ;; :::::::::Y.:::.::+.:.:.::::.:<.:. :: :::!: i!
last week vtstlng Seeber Ed- p/
1 wards who Is a patient in the Lacy COnwaypastor. I !
This Feature Published in the Interest of
Better pr
hospital there. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Community by the' Follow-

Raud Crews and Mrs. Eva inK Civic-Minded Business Firms -" r5ARCH r\
Harrell were vtatlrm\ Mr. ''and Sunday Services. : Sunday \

Mrs. Walllc Crews in Melrose. School, 9:45: a. m. Morning FAULKNER

Tuesday.Mrs. Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening Edward Grocery & STARK'I;
Alphle Parr and Mr. Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek SINCLAIR SERVICE I -- "-

Stella Lovely of Gainesville\ Service.. Wednesday 7:15: p. SUPPLIES. Inc.'Truck
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. m. :Charles Reese, minister. U-HAUL RENTALS Mkt. 1

: Y- electric-pumped Guy :Harrell and family Sun- Trailer J Gro'erlM-l\Ieat--.Feeda\ ufac Ar* lJarotwue
r day.Mrs. ST. MARK'S: EPISCOPAL Complete 1'abtt .?,?_.
-Alhple! Parris and Mrs CHURCH STARKK Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil nd Sporting,Wood
Irrigation Onle Rivers of Auburndaleand Service schedule for the
ftlinor,Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 : : .
Starke Fla."mom WITH: TJ T1BST"
Mrs. Love Shaw of La- Lenten season: ,
helps me do ft"You Crosse were vWtlng Mr. and! Wednesday 7:30: p. m., 709 S. Walnut Ph. 96&.5899 '219 VCkahlortoa Bt. 118442"
Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family Evening Prayer.

Trldaynlitht.Mrs.r' ReB'na'' .' ''' Pdrrlsh' of 1st Sundays and '5th.: fiery 11 a.Communion m.; 3rd, 8, DOYLE CONNER \{'i Sh s ,Lawson Meat Mark

know what a dry period can do.The best"rain Insurance.Is 'Dukes"Station'Was the dinner ''a. m. Morning Prayer and Insurance AND COLD STORAGE
a dependable,controllable,economical electric motor pump guest\ fcf; her- nother:;Mrs:GUY Sermon, 2nd 3rd and 4th, OF

ing water at the right time, where it's needed. .' .:"Harrell ivtotiday.< '11 '. m.AFIRST S-A-V-B STARKE. INC R'e SPMIBJlIIe In Omtomtog. 1II..rfJteI'-! '
:We'tfre'happy' Welcome to US.301 NORTH Cutting A Wrapptagnpared -
Electric-pumped Irrigation is becoming a routine productioi our community Mr. and Mrb',, METHODIST With Your Mutual\ Agent >* For .Dwnp FTWHMPHOPTE

practice because it pays' off.. .for farmers, dairymen. citrus Marshall Mott 'andfamily,' CHURCH STARKE 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. '9647009CMIMXUCa
Motts were residing! In
:The Sunday Church
growers and on beef cattle pastures. School
)>alatka. 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship
An electric motor gives years of trouble-free service.There'a .Pvt.3ohw' Lewis left for ai; 11. Snack Supper for MYF. VICKERY GARAGE

a minimum of maintenance and no fuel handling. It can be ,Fort Dix" N3T.: hrst'Thttrsday' 6 p. m.: MYF Meeting 6:30p. : BRADFORD COUNTY i FLORIDA
andi 'fron Ithere to fly to 528 S. Walnut
m.: Evening Worship 7:30: St.
automatically controlled with time clock float switch.
a or: Frankfurt. Germany.Mrs. ,
p. Phone 964.6022 TELEGRAPH
."Ethel RUM spent! the m.Monday F-
See dealer Commission on ST
your equipment Of contact us. '
with and Mrs.
x weekend Mr. Membership and Evangelism Complete Automotive .
Jessie"Win 'Dukes, Jr. and 7:30: p.m.Tuesday. REPAIRS Phone 964.6303 O1bTROL
family In Gainesville.
WSCS Executive: '
For Need
I' STORY 'HOUR AT Meetings, 9:30; WSCS 'General Printing--Office Supplies t ..
? ... I 1'C ""ntE'UBTOARY Meeting, 10 a. m. ALTERNATOR SERVICE
bership Class 3:30: 'p. m.Melli-I

-- J 9 'HI-Roo'.Oamek. The Fair" WednesdayPrayer: Meeting I 539 E. Call Sty .Starke Fla.

FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY 'I "Hour will be.the this Thursday
I ct the I Agency & 'Estimates
public'1 'Library Irons Thursday 'Membership
''I I 3:30: to.4::15. -Mrs.-Call. Minx Class, 3:30: p. m.; Chancel : ISt -Wmlnn Ph. 96-1.8010> Company tturat
will be.the, -rtoryteller.. All Shell Service
: Choir Rehearsal'TiSO.Friday '
''Cfilldr! ,n. ,ages 6 through 9. W." CALL ST. CARL. HURST'Uwjr.
I. -.. Junior Choir Rehearsal ;' Nobody But Nobody Vadene
'are invited. ttuey'10.JabaeAgenel. Starke Fki. 301 St IOU Ph. ;-8111'
3 p. ._ f> Ph. 964-8881. "
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, TI1URSDAY. MARClf 28. 106gLAWTEY BRADFORD COUNTY TEt.'l'ORArn.' "''TARK". FLoRm IIMUo" Two" Pair. T1"..

.". '_" '!"_'!. Tt.t. ''I'T-T.T.. f-Methodist lhu.r.ch..lwtr.s.:: : .1tJ<" &way..1aat..F.rJ.c1ar.aLter.-swlongIllness. Mrs. James Blackshear J' .jot and ..familyon' sunday I J ip* Sunday. by thet Isnunno by the State TOtT ARE UKRKBY NOTtFlnBI -' or 1Je'toJ' oti..2tra. ; *II".,. d*.>A|>.t4l.W8 ... -
PlorlUaof traM milt between
I Ho.ra of RQucatlon/ of !: > < for divorce : and If you 'raW"oeta. im
Wells and Mrs. J. C. Tye gave Klngsley Lake were saddened Mr. and Mrs. L. A Wiggins Mr. and Mrs Marshall I not exceedlnft (83,000,000hlKhor you and the. Plaintiff, a Default Judgment will betaken

t 4t the devotional and Mrs. H. C. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. to learn of the death of their. spent Sunday with Mr. and Strickland of Florahome visited eduotitlon bond, n"H.* MAIUOIUR COX LRVRNK:; ha* nxalnnt you for the re-*'
particularly heen flleil nrealnnt vou an X>o- Hot rdemanded In the AmendedComplaint
C hereinafter more
.4. Walnwrlght presented.the pro ,.WUlclaon; Jr., and family lor sou, .tjimmie. InBy .V ILD1... MM. George Williams.Mr their daughter.! .Mrs. Percy ilnworlbeil.-or who may, tie In any fonilnnt. bv: MARIORItO COX and thereafter. nal* .**
gram. Ten the WiHtlaon's .. Prevatt Sullivan Jr. and TamQy Bun- vlfertPd. thereby: LF.VRNn: nit I'lnlntiff In the cuuxe nhnll' proceed : *"
.. members were pre- week were Mrs. : Clifford\ spent! w"v ( x.nIar-:
Bnz: Blanchard .
4 By ,,sent. parents,..Mr. and .Mrs. ,S. E. ..,."., ........................... the weekend with her sister day. On Sunday evening "Mr.-.- :l'h"( f4lel.. of Florida, through nliM'e HtMnl Coui't and rnuiloiknd WITNESS my .
... I he !\\.Int& !Aitorne\n of the Plr"t.Bo t., MM nre reuiitred to file yourdefeunn of .dfilil Court thin 19th day of
... &A CHURCH ACTIVITIES French or Jacksonville. :Mrs.Jessie1 Sparlunan, InGainesville. and Mrs. Sullivan and Percy ,'oi>a. .Thlid, Fourth Fifth, or Hnxuer to the March.'A' D. 1988 at Starke,

... Orace Methodlsf_ Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley H Mp: : TO N' ., III visited Mr. and. .Mrs. Don. Sixth 'Seventh, KlRhth, Ninth, 'Amended C'omplulnt: ", BN fliedlher..ln Florida; : Vfharlen '"
... JUNIOR HIGH PTA Tenth, JElovonth. Twelfth. Thirteenth with the O<>rk Uf the A Darby
School 9:45.: ,'Worship'11+.m. are vteittn* Mr. and: Mrs. Hub- T Mel Selgler in Melroae.rMr. Fourteenth Flrt..th.. Circuit Court In iiml, I fur lirad- Clerk of the circuit Court.
The Law ley Junior High First Baptist Sunday .bardHurley and family. ton.con of Bir. and Mrs. Lonnie '.Mrt..Percy Sullivan aixteontlu 8eventeiinth, ,Eighteenth ford County, Courthoum'. Starke, Blghth Judicial ClroultIn
PTA will meet at 7:30: p. nu; 'Mrs. Mary Williams \ and and Nineteenth Judicial Florida, anil ,nerve" a copy there and For Bradford **
f fI Tuesday April 2, with the School 9:45: ; Worship41ia. m. f Mtsu O. JUfi/ Phillips Mrs. Mel ton.,of !'t. Hood Texas. of Palatkawere' Saturday ;visitors Circuit of naltt ".a"' .(thd. the of upon .nald. Plnlntlff'n Attorn.y.flllrton County. Florida

special feature being a "Sins and 7:30: p. m.; ''Training Unl- Qeorg Shuford .Mrs. Lois .a. A..........!...:. ,who returned,i'from VietnamJrt of his parents. Mr.: and Avvral i property oltlen owner thereof*, taxpayer and Main Street T ,D'Poxt>I'ICIA8.Office 103 Drawer North Deputy By: Bvulah Clerk M. Sloody *'
ion. '6:30.: Midweek *ervicfls<< : Carter,. and\Mrs.; : : Leon Star I .. August, >was promoted! to Clevel\nd.SuUlvri. and and
Out" by the 5th and ethGrades. ., RKVIVAL"': *.M. k Mrs.;. ot Ala "u.., Bay. Rradford Bre* .12111. nnlnenvllle Florida en 3-21 4t 4-li
also Wednesday 7:30j: .in. v ; ., ling were visiting. Miss Debby f .MalJor, the first of March.. their son, Porcy, Jr., and 'fam- vard, nroword: citDun, i Collier, ,.
There be I "
a There will revival t. Duval KncamIvlp. -
Church of OcxJ Sunday ,Phillips In Macclenny on Sat be a Columbia Dad: *
bake sale and tea and coffee School 10 a. nu Worship 11 urday. < the Hampton Ba.ptlstChurchatart1nc'AprU ........." ..y.. ... .,, Uyr/ Jacknon. 111.111'Lak."n<1...,. HlllHboroUtrh Le. IxixuMadlnnn

will be served. All parents and a. m. and 8:30.: '*>?mo. YPE.: Mr. And Mrs. R. Bradley : lab thru,8th ,*t7r30 !Manatee, Marlon, Mem'ro ", GAINESVillE ;

I. others Interested to attend In the school Wednesday*7:30: ( ;.>p.sn.. Prayer I visltedi. Mrs.tBradley's r.I :< 'nightly. Everyone |Js Invited tJI E'R E S S..A MIMEO STENCILS; and Ink. nviich''., Okaloonn Plnellan.. Polk Orange) Putnam.At Palm.
urged and '
are help services Friday !3:30 A. who toattendi find hear Dtt I .I Lucle. Bnraiota.
: f.::TO. Q. Smithy is a patient machines and .luhnu, < t. ....
make this a biff meeting- Highland Baptist Sunday I InJWethodlst Hospital in Jack Richard E. Whlpple. of, Okeechobee I Duplicating flemlnole, Suwannee., Taylor

, The Lawtey Home Extension SChoe19:45..m: .. Worship .11v r''aonville.Mrs.! .. preaching dynamic '. : By Dorothy Mills supplied Bradford County lOll WaBh1natnn, Florida, and Indudlnii Volunla nonrenldnt Coun-. -

J Club met Tuesday morning of m. and ''7:30: p. m.( .Choir r John Wright of Tampa sermons each night. Phone 473-4J18 ; owning property or 'ub-and Business Directory .
week In the Ji>it to taxation therein
last Agricultural will be on

Practice .6:30: p. m. 'JPrayer; ta pendtn! a few days with ..yyyy.y..y........" .. ADDING MACHINES: Man other* bavin or claiming any
Building. After the business Meeting Sunday April! 7. and all members Interent. In prop-
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. her parents.. Mr. and Mrs. ual electric. For sale or rlRht title or ...
session. Mrs. Johnson of Sunday. JMarch friends and, members ;" or city to be affected. by the Iwmonue -
: SO. wUli ,be ,Charlas Shuford.Mr Hop* Baptist1 Church I
credit bal Board of ICd
rent. Add the I Ktate
the Starke Club presented who have ,moved are
Homecoming and i.alli away cor'porate
here body
) *...Da1e..Wllson and two I Sunday School 10 a. m.: 'Bradford County Telegraph. ucatlon of Florida a -
the program as Miss McCain .i hboring urged to come back and visit under Suction 8 and 19 ..
Churches-are in Garland
daughters imd Mrs. Morning
1. Worship, n a. m.: uf Article XII of the' Constitution I 'BRASINGTON STAG 'N DRAG
was called away. After adjournment with us.ELEMENTARY. !

Mlaml vlslt- Training Florida,
. Norman were Union 6:30: p. m.; of, the State of
brunch was served PTA msTTUPT of Flnrldn..Tuck [Cducntlon' Bonda, ADILIAO-OLD8"IODlLl!:
fivmoathy Is extended to. Mrs.iBeulah Norman during Evening Worship. 7:15 "'I DI'.T.1 of Higher
during the social hour. I The PTA met on March 21 : p. m. '. noil vine, nlvlalon... t"nltedStateii Hurlos C, In the Bfturcnate prlntlnal '8ALl:8: .. SERVICID Stanley Blaelcer Coatll
1t Mrs. H. C. Harley and other the week.Sundavlsltors. Wednesday I.
evening Prayer of Amurli'u, Flnlntltf. vmlatirpM amount ot not exceeding Arrow DreH !lhlrtaTaketa
The WSCS met Tuesday members of the,family of Mrs. )/ ; of Mr. and at the school with Mrs. Paul Service begins at 7:30: p. m. p. ('Rntoh! and Irene BPitrilMh 113, ,Olio.000, hereinafter. more FIDe electlon or Used Oars Puritan Sweaters
((1 of last week at the In the absence liin wife. Dofenaunta dewrllwd or to 'Heaffected 011 Ca4IU Trad
night Mattie Parmentep mho passed Meng presiding uurtlinilirly o ell.
Mra.Q. J Anders Mr. with choir
, were ,practice following Nit. 67-731 riv-.T. Ordrtr of In anyway thereby' %.reh..rllly Pfltf'rot' Jaoekeu
and >Mrsol"m. J. Strickland of of Harold Waters who was 111. the .service. 'Spuk'iby TublpBtlon.) ThlmiHt ietUlr| d to n|"pear befonthn 30Q 1 .N.W.. I Sth -'Ph 318-3.101 Ladles Sportswea..
The main items of busIness'were .. OHme in hi hoard upon the Circuit Court of Lieon Cn-unty,
Tampa and Mr. and Mrs Bible Club \
DeWitt C. Jones : :
Funeral i of plaintiff' for an (order In the Second JudicialCircuit
motion Florida.I c.RANE
< to W.
t ae -a day forwotk:T>n 3 810re ]3 UnJ'VeftlltyLINIJOLl't'MEROURY
James -Anders and family of and It '8 at tho
iTheJBlble Club, for grades for nervine" l hy publication, ot nitld a a ..
school grounds, and! was set'for ] apppurlnir that this action has Cnurthoiinii In Tallaha-MMe Florida. and Galnetl'Vllle lUaU
uBBlatfca.: ,.. and Mrs Anders' 1 through 6 !.
L STARKE PHONE { April 6 and, voted to con meets Monday boon brought for the. enforcement on the 19th day: ot Ap! IH .4.at1Jorb.ed 1IaJea! 01 88rv1oe
964-6200 I mother, Mrs. Kits of Tuscan.na. afternoon after school. of a ll..n aa-nlnRt roalproperty 1988. at ten oMoik'A. M, and :
" .. tinue the customnof ,paying Shower sltnntu. within tbe vhow cuii KM why the i.rayern. of 2201 N. Main Ph.
I. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178 T; kiiy.VJaiUng.Mr .and Mrs PleraeCw the third-year Intermediatechildren's Middle Dlntrlct of Plorl.la: that the Complaint. filed In the 'aboveproceeding 3724373MOBILE nOMES .
I.I ,. oVer 50 friends gathered at the dofumlunt, Irnno n. Parrlnh .nhuuld not. bn aranted
I /t ...tw...re her sister. Mrs./ trip to ;Jacksonvillefor cunnot be arvpd within the anti tho bondw therein dvaarlked. Crane IrrJporbVol'Vo
. Rental I Servic i ., 'OnieThornton' of AUburndate lunch *t the Kmbersjias: the,.educatlpnal building of Htnte of' Plnrlita; that It !. And tho prpceodlnern! of. the MG AUltUm Dea1ey MUSTANG .
Hope Baptist Church on nut privrtli'BolP. to nerv her Ciimplulnant heretofore taken
: for the weekend and his broth- aurant near the end of school. has thereof 606 E. Unlvet'IJlty. Galnesv1l1e
pfrrHonHlly ; nnd that Mho authorising the laniiance
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS. eh-ln-law and sister .Mr. and I.A program was !given.by Thursday evening. Mar. 21, for not! voluntarily appcnrod hnreln; valldiited. and,,,_tlrmotl. Phooa .372-4 ] M 0 b.1e H orne., I nc.,
the Intermediates. A Variety a bridal.shower given bythe It In. therefore" jRDI3UnD anfolluw Haiti liondn. are claim! '.AYay 1.
CRUTCHES Mrs. W>H. Richardson of Orange i ladle 1. The defendant, 1888. boar intercut at not excuedliifr -
of the church for Miss : tawty Academy Oabtetn1Ue'. PIat Mobil.r .
Show !
was the theme.
Khali and one-half per
. Park on Sunday. Irene R. Purrlnll, appearIn four
Mr. and Mrs. John Pace of Billy Allen-Master t>f Ceremonies Alma :Alcridge whose'!'marriage thin caunfl and plead to the centum (HfI> per. cent) Per annum. Rome Willi I.ot.
McClellan | to Merle Packham Jr.. will be complaint! filed herein on or are In the aggregate' .prlnjvlpnl POWELL S
Cheryl -
Jacksonville were visiting their 'i : before May 7, '1)68) ; or In default amount of ,6a.0811.800I& .'r NY-W IOON pAPELLA.
I cousins.' Mr. and Mrs. L.-O. Berets on Piano; Spider an event of April A. On the thereof. the Court eliallt mature In annual: InBtallmentnIn I Beauty Academy .
Serving Florida [! Dance an original play based gift table,was a white umbrella >rnei to judgment In thin the yearn. 1BUII .to 1198. In1clunlvo As lotW'' as $100 dOlWR.
Teston. last Sunday.Mr. white oaiiHO a8 If Raid defendant. had all an. more fully Leat'll a Prate.lon In 'Your 480 N.W. 13Ut 3'781348'tiJpae '
Since 1950'Cttrnc and Mrs. F. L,. Roberts on a story by Sharon:'Williams been .nerved. with prnoeM within bed In the Complaint filed dll"I'rl-1" '1'1me. Fun Part'' Time' .
Nancy L tt..She1la..CUrtis daisies and streamers, ;Yellow Ib.. State of Florida. 8. This in and the eith] kbits,. or
Jr-and children of Jacksonville '
: ( I'F 1 1r floral arrangements' carried, nrtlnr be pobllohed In a newnuapor t horat.... 29 N.W. lOth 3782768RLEf'TRJC
r t j. _-.. *. spent'Sunday with Mr. and aad Joy Saxon. Rover the of general clroii.ln.tlonIn DUN: AMD OKRBHKD atTalluhaxnen.
Dirty Dog. an original play 'toy out the featured color in the liradford County Florida Florida, thin 19th Office Equipment
.. .., .. .. Mrs. John Tye and Pam. MOTORS
.. ., ., .. __ ...'. ..v... ... ..... Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Irving: Rhode. ,Michael ,,' Coleman deooratlon motif.. Miss JVk- not for nix II-IH consecutive than onoe weekn earh. week prior day uf Murch.W.. !Mnv. J98R..".ao.. .

'J- r 'Wfalnwrtnrht, were Mr. and Mrs.Frank ,, Irving Tfoung. The,Reluctant ridge her mother Mrs. Brow- to th. return dnte herelnabotoil Circuit JiidHQ ELECTRIC Hancock Office
Astronaut an. original ard Akrldge and' Mr. Pa.lc-: T>C>MO AND onI 3/21 3t 4-4
lWelcomes : 'Dock! ] Wainwright : >ERKD In Chumbrrn at Jaiknnvil Co.
Cordially ham's mother Mrs. Merle Motor Repair uipmcmt
Mrs. Carolyn ,and small daughter of Jack.aonvllle monologue by Ronell ,Aycox. > < Florida. thin llth day IMnOINTKATIONTbe
Eaves the first pf last week, The Mod Mob.ra moderrt ,rackham. Sr., were presented of March. 19118. CHARLES B. VUl'Illl: !\ 01 0a1n-1Ie. Ine. .
I I.f I. with lovely corsages. The hon- SCOTT. JUDGE booka of Smlth-Corona Auth. Dealer
'Representative Mr."and! Mrs. Louie Lee Wain.Turrlght ... dance group Kim Johns Michael 8-21 6t 4-95 Tbe reslRtratton will be open ftepalrlng-Rewlncl1n&
and Ttradford County OAI'J'-Vlctol'-To&alUa
V ft Spltze Beverly Meng oree received many lovely NeW'' and V.ad

Ph. 961-5842 You-and Your of and Tallahassee Jack Walnwrighi on- and Jan Searle.PERSONALS ,, useful gifts
122 N. Bay St Family, tofrTour 41 Wednesday home. Refreshments of cake, IN TUB! ('lnC''I'r roi'MT' OB"Tim .. Store In.. Hampton.
'. ,and Jack Jr. of Way- *UfOM: > .ILDMMAIj CllttWJIT. Groen'n Store In.Broolcer and SALESSERVICICRDNTA.LIIRf'lulpmel1t
Starke .* "New Home Oa. on Sunday; J. B. Adlclns celebrated-Ms ..punch-Jiut8 and vminti :were] IN AMI' 'iron LHOKCOUNY Moody'H :Htoro In New Rlvnr Farm and Industrial

cross. 94th birthday on March 24 served and game prized were / PI.OIIIItA between the hours of 8:30: a.m. 3238 N. 1\lwn Ph. S1G-331Sl
.Mrs.- Clara Olsen Is visiting
I 6H-23H the followingibiten .
4.30 on
: p.m.
and .
her cousin Mrs. Elizabeth Dupree with a small family get-to won by Phyllis Nobles OltURIt TO NIIOW rLSI3ANI1 / :
'Fe Tractor
I The State of Florida' ,in Jacksonville this gether in the afternoon. Sandra Akrldge. Little III'LH' NIISTAT13 Frldav March 23Tuenday Santa ,

.; Mrs. Mary Walter-son and Dora Trleft assisted Mrs.MISS'I nOABD OH1 KDUCA.T1ON body- March 21)) F 0 n D PAINT-& GLASS
It Is Our Desire To Make You feel Welcome and weekf. itiMr. / Mrs. My i.tie Watterson returned A. Onann"and Mrs. corporate; OK under KrxvniDA.Spctlonn a 3 and Friday. ,Mnrch April 20Tuexday a. Farnl Tractors '" Implements .
A. J. Austin
." \: and Mrs. I of .Article XII of tbe Conntltutlon B. USIDD L.dd II alJItSALF.:3 &
To Acquaint 'You HVHh Y ur City." '4. Monday from a ten-day Trlest In conducting the 19 Friday April EQt11PMF.N'1' e
and daughter of Maxvllle were of the State of Florida The bookn will bt> owim lathe _.
visit wlth>Mr. and Mrs. Don -games. Complainant, between. thihourn > : PART SERVIC1rJ GI C
and Mrs: Lee R. oourthouae
'Mr. ,
visiting< 1 aS8 O.cinnEN .
McMahon in Haugtiton' La. Miss Akrldge and Mr. Pack- VII. of 8'BO, a.m. and If you are new in the area, a phone Green and Mr. and Mrs Floyd TUB BTATH OFFLORIDA, the following du ten:
1 <,y Futch on".Sunday. ., a Mr./ H. W. Prle ter.of .'ft. ham, will .M married'Hope et ul,. on Thiirnday. March.: 31, SUPPUES Gw".Mlrrol'1l 8Um .. DeoI'o

: call will brng( you *a "prompt "Visit Mrs. Glen Willamson of Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Baptist Church on Saturday Renpondentfl.To Thurndny March DH. Tub EllciOAurell-8hO\Yel'' Doon
a. Adklns on Sunday and wenlng.; 'April)6.rat 8 o'clpck. thn SlitU uf Flnrldn. thrauKliItn Thursday rAprll 4.
> ) J 0. Johnson & FarIs Inc.
'Macclenny; was vIsitingMr.. Rtnto' .Allor..YM of the Plrnt Raturdny Aprlt P'lIrnl re TopsWlDdoWliComplet.
from your l local hostess. Please give -he also visited!) J. W..Prlester No invitations are"being sent, Second. Thud. Fourth, Fifth There. will l 10" reiclHtrutlunx
and Mrs. ]I. W. Bennett ,and .. Ltne or
Kltchth. Ninth, Snturdny. April I B. Wlndows-Awnm.
,in Macclennywho is cxlcitalill. \bat .an i friends,are .Invited i Hixthi Seventh after
family on Sunday.. _( Ifllovonth. Twelfth. Thirteenth. .-ooo"I'( 'nnRnvervlnor UED8PJANT8IDtl..ltIPet -, ,
her a call! !She:? has maps and many Ti'nih, r '
i. .FEH&ONALS of Rleetlotix 116 .
aMr. Fourteenth, Fifteenth N.W., 16th 812-8191J
Oo" "We to note that 8uppUee
are pleased 2t 3-29 .
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bailey and Mrs. Don Barns of Sixteenth. Seventeenth Klurhtnth -
free and wonderful gifts for : JudlotiilClrouftn FERTILIZERS
Mrs. Carl Prevatt is much <-<- and Nineteenth .
and Mrs.;Eunice Morris artd Merritl (Usland were dinner Mi'vernl "
from local businesses. and the property IV TIIT1 ftHCIITOl'HT OF 'We Rent FertlUzer"Spru.der.
improved a long period .
daughter o*' Lakeland visited guests Thursday, evening, ofMr. ownom. Uixpayern and. cltlnoiie VIOJ"U" IiIIfUI'J'U ."''IHI'I"I. 22<1 N.W. 1111. ,>... 872-1)478 SEWING MACInNES
of lIlr ss. Mr. and Mrs. ., E.Dampler.Mr. therenf unit of Atiuihua ,"IHI/II'I'.III: AMI r'on'FOIM 1"1"-
Foster Hayes and Mrs. W
Firevard, lirownid .,
Lawtey fi'tends of Mr. and ', payt Brndfofd > CJOCWTV. 'JII. ACTIUN.CASK '
,,. : and Mrs.: Bill Phillips "Cltiun, Culllur. Colombia : NO: 840MAR.IOniBJ LA IES WEAR tional Sewinlr'C
Dade., Unvul ISwaniblu. Hlghlandn ,
and Miss -Alma;I Abridge\ were IllllKboi,'oiiKh. Jai'knun, COX LiKVKMO. ,
dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. l uke, 1..0. L.oon. MadlBon.. Manatee .... Plaintiff, her r y Machi 1e Co., Inc.Galnes'f1Ue' .
Marlon Monroe. Okalooxa
Merle Packhajnand familjron Orano-e. Pnlm! Plnellan, FRANCIS "LEVENE. Moat Jl'uhlon& 1e ,
New 1I(1 NelcoDR'DISE88U1'1'11OOATS
Defendant.NOTICR \ptalf.
Sunday\ evening, .I Polk, Putnam, St.ChJO Ht.Ltiiclo. IAddra" For La41aa \
Saianota"' titfirilnnle. Buuannee "MIiINDflJD U"4 and JttopOll/le1llJed
Miss Donna Sparkman celebrated Taylor Waxhineton h: ,OF THBJ SJTATB; !] !
her ISth birthday with I ,and Volunla Countlun Florida A MATERNITY WEAR Sales-Repairs AU Makeer

:R d Dirilr a family. and dinner Mrs.'on Bill Sunday.Mr. Phillips.: I'' property therein Including hnd or non-ionldontn nuhjact othorn to having taxation owning. or TO! 3833 FHANCIS Mr Dauphfne.>. I.>1.RVKNE3co Uevene.Inland,: Park Two Store"ACCJCSSOlUES, 7' University Ave. 611 W.. pnlvel'81t7' S78iSiJdnd

title Intereiit way Mall.1 '
'clutminir any rlxht or a ln.eAvllle.
of MIddleburg visited his parents. In property to be affuctod Mobile, Alabama. 38DOO I
Mr. and Mrs J. P. Phll-

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'.t in Jfour New Home year when we stretch to make

you a Buick owner.

It's that time of year you get

I the best deal on the new Buick

: 1 of your. choice, equipped the

KconollneDnscnible way you'd like your new car to be.

It means prices you've got to

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And it means the most liberal trade-in -

Special Buick Birnln D.yi tmturtt Buick SkyltrS'; '
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Everything we're doing during Buick Bargain tires remote control outride mirror. convenience: ,
pmlttiic. d.luta wheel I coven, bright 1 extcriufmoldinys

4teclTui& Lavatory and Toilet Days points to plenty of incentive for you,to become a_Buick owner : and Euilom iieering 'r. ..

See your Buick dealer today .



\ you really rather drive a Buick Bargain?

GREEN BUICK CO., 132-134 N. Court St. Starke, Fla.


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