Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Property owners from

Kingaley Lake have been

assured by the Clay Coun- In Bradford

ty Zoning Commission that
a building a w '
permit will not :

i be issued to allow further ,
work on a controversial r Teachers in Bradford

"moved-in" building In the County have been in a

inpley Village Subdivi- -- Casey Urges -- turmoil all week but only
sion, pending further study w q :: f 22 have left classrooms in
DC the matter i. the statewide walkout and

.At the same Ume Clay schooJs here have operated
County Sanitation Director Stay'I'n Classroom as though the crisis was
Harry RIJ'I'B' said that a rseptle I'V
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Substitutes were found with
could not be Sewed for the 'This was the crash site Monday as officials. and curiosity lair., II lid 1\IOOft. l'-'ear-ohl eon. \\'lI1hun Em..t, survived Explaining benefits of the '$251,426,611 education no trouble from among regulars -

buDdinc-. even if It was used seekers. look over the pond where the plane ID which' Dr. D. 11.jChrl..tofler8 \\'n'ku'jf' was. strewn over a large area' BIt he plane nosed' tax relief package passed! last week; by the Florida Legislature and from those parents

a.The a single ata.temenlt family dwellintr.were' made of Keystone Heights and wnlllUll E., Moore ofMelrese lilt, the sump. cypress 'pflml. All four occupants wore thrown School Supt Tom Casey urged Bradford teachers who signed up In September

at'a meeting of the Clay County were killed fell. The doctor's lS-'ear-uld' daughter" from the plum. Sunday afternoon to remain in their classrooms.He to work In case of an emer-
__ went on the radio to gency. Supt. Tom Casey said
Zonlnlr. Coawnlulon In the -- - c.
courthouse aM.ex at Green announce that schOOl here countJ's{ 185 teachers gathered Wednesday that many; of the
Cove Springs Jut Thursday Teenagers SurvivePlane would eo on as'1.Sual.'\ In the Bradford High Auditot.- teachers have been replaced

night attended by some 40realdente f 4e ir t e';, r Bradford County would re- turn Sunday afternoon IIn effect by either certified or retired
of the KJngsley Lake celve $716.533 in new state that he didn't see how personnel or persona with at
.rea. w monies Casey said, more they Could walk out 1n the least two years of collere.
The controverey Involves a than twice What the county face of what the bill wlU do The Superintendent said he
structure moved onto their Crash pUts in Its school!! system from dor'Bradford County. has the 22 resignations submitted -

property at the lake by Mr. local sources ,now and :whloh. The superintendent also din- ont 197 county teachers
ancl Mrs. James L. Flynn of amounts tY a 50 per cent Increase euSSPd' the injunction issued In his desk drawer where they

Jack.llonv111e. permit for the ln state to the county. 1n Leon County by the Second will remain until the March
building< wu l lseued by the The package is :now on Gov. District Circuit Court 6 School Board meeting. He
commlJlSlon last tall, 'but later t ;3 I Claude iKlrk's desk. o'You ,have an obligation to Indicated that any teacher de-

revoked,when It :Warn reported Kills Pair Major benefits Casey said, the local, School Board" casey airing to return to the classroom --
that.: te!) Flyans'irad: obtained to the county are: said "You 'would break. the could do 80 without difIlculty -

a permSt. for a single dwelling y l-A.. $5,300 starting salary law J f1 you don.t shot :up for But Casey added:
unit but bad aotually moved tlyi for new teachers, all ,from the work, If you'\'e not sick or "School is never the same
in 'a duplex etruoture. Minimum :f'oundatlon' Program omethlnlr." when you have someone mov-
Other realdent, of the area Dr. Donald 1\1.\ Christoffers 44-Venr-old Keystone
With the county's pre- Ing In to replace a regular
In effect
The injunction
Aua4ntalned that the Flynn Heights physician, and William E. Moore, 51, an elec- i_ sent $1.000 It places on top of restrains the Florida Education teacher OUr students however .
property wu not.large enough trical contractor from Melrose, were killed in the Sunday MJI'P' monies teachers would Association 01' anyone have been very responsible -

to pons..ye.trlcUnK. comply with! zoning the number regula- night crash of their lightweight one-engine Cessna The Jumbled inwlrwnicnt panel of the plane can be seen In begin in Bradford County at from urging teachers to leave and have assisted U8 in

of bulldlDCs, that can be placed airJlane.] the lower left corner of the photo ahove. The tall section w.. B.300. their Jobs but says lit Is lawful maintaining a smooth oper-
\Vlothln a certain square foot- The doctor's lS-year-old to be recovering satisfactor- the largest section of tile phUle left Intset. 2-The package includes for teachers. to submit a tlon."
daughter Oat!. and Moore's Ily. $175 per teacher unit $100 of their reslgnatlons. Teachers Casey however, did not con-

aJe..111' a court cult; the ZOning 17-year-old son William Ern- The crash occurred at 7,52: course from Fort Pierce and Hunter said he heard the boy which must go to classroom walking out this week could demn those teachers who
Conunlslion asked that the est, survived the craah; They Sunday night Feb. 18. according flying It. Search planes ,had call for help supplies apparently Ire .charged with waLked out He said. he Links
nyan..be required ,to remove were found about 11 a. m. to Homer Satterfield, been kept on the ,ground until The plane was down within 3-An educational improvement breach of contract and their they, too, eek a qua.lItyedU;
the atru'Cture.' Before the Bult Monday ant taken to Bunnell manager ot the Keystone late Monday morning because 200 yards of SR.I00. allocation to Bradford certificates ,could be revoked eatlon pro( ai'\' but have; \\a1l'-_

came tp trial; ow.eer. attor- General Hospital where they He1ghtL.A\Jpo..1.L.\,: & # sad) the of the dense weather and The girt was quoted at the County o.r"' i,7r Q per tencbN"! for,one year, a d1fren il"1dW.r44" ;l\
for'Ui "" were"lfBtl'd tn- fair: 'conc1ttlDn'' conditions too .to fly milt lrJr, ...... .W1\1tn\' n1fbdto.' '"1114 points
I\le. 1y7dirI"lad\ the plane's "'e1octt'-to nd at the severe : bOl>pltal'sts'saying the 'plane A requcst t\at\ two faculty :superintendent
Zoning Commbaton asked for late Monday. scene wu stopped at that Civil Air Patrol members and rolled over numerous' times monies which could beusodbt, w01'k'01',planning days ached, out!that Bradford County will
a hearing< before Circuit Judge time. The party had taken oft an ambulance were directed to and the four' occupants' were the most effective manner uled Thursday and Friday, receive $718.533 in additional
Henry MartI II', and obtained from Ft. :Pierce. where they the scene from the air by thrown from the wreckage. possible: to Improve the local Feb 22, and 23. be rescheduled state aid from ,the Senate Bill

a final judgment which would had been on a fishing trip, at Ollbalc1on, who taught Moore on the glide 'path of the education: system That to Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 71X passed in the special sea-
permit the 'building to remain 6:25: p. m. Sunday and were to fly doomed plane the pieces of amounts to $344.000 new 19 'and .20.. received no action sion and which now Is on
on the :property If used only at The girl found lying monies ''to the county and was the Governor Claude Klrk.'s desk
due at Kltystone AIrport was on wreckage came to rest first, :from;, Supt. Casey or
u a single family residence w. 8:35: Satterfield said the swampy wet ground near the lour seats about-30 yards the, point moat emphasized by School Board. Teachers wantedi awaiting his action.

with the aUpulattpn, th.tall, Exactly on time and course. the bodies of the two men further on.. and.the' engine Casey. the change .80 some could Starting teachers under
zoning with regulations were com- according to the plane's pathfinder about 11 a, m. The boy apabout 50 yards from the seats "A gigantic 6mOUl'lt ot mon. ftttend the 'dJlltrlct PEA meeting the salary portion of the bill,
piled parently trying to search for ey to Bradford'County," wasCasey's of teachers from Mini-
This judgment wee protested a navigational. aid used Moore was a veteran pilot, in 0alne.sv1l1e would get $5.300
by the KIn..sley. Lake re.lden-ts to tell the pilot where he Ls help was found about 70 according:! to Batterfeld! and term which he repeated walkIng. out ,Mol1lay mum Foundation Program
Thursday night, through their according to his ,ground speed. yards In a bunch of knee high had a reputation for careful- several 't1ariGS, for the new Casey told the teachers any plus another I.OOG In local

attorney Ralph 1. Thomas of the plane went down just In- but dense palmettos. ness. The plane was equipped uncommitted funds which can Bradford Education Associa- funds giving them a salary of
Orange Park. side Flagler County about 11 Flagler County Deputy Shewith every safety device and be used for anything from tion request'would'ha.ve. to be $6,300, Beginning teachers
Thomas told the Commllllion miles southeast of Palatka.It rift Wllfred Hunter said that navigational ald. buildings to biscuits as long directed to-the .School :Board. start here now at $5,000.

that the building should be re- cut a swath of small from the appearance of the The Federal Aviation Agen- as a project' submitted satisfiee Thesb board members, Arthur Casey also pointed out that
moved from the property 'because pines and plowed into the wre'kage It was first believed: cy Is investigating cause of : the state that the funds lCO'/1t1nucd'/ On Page. Twos J Bradford' County would get
are going to improve the ed-
It violated .t-back regu.ationa middle of a small cypress there were 1'10 survivors After the crash but bas not yet an- ucation $344,000 in uncommitted state
) and also 'because aseptic swamp the impact with the the girl was found alive, flounced a probable. caWle. system., monies that could be spent
tank .permit could not ground and trees spreading Casey told most of the anywhere as long as the state

be obtained. the strewn wreckage in some- Is satisfied It would be 1m.

Thomas said that regulallene Dr. D. M. Cbrllltoffen what of a straight line for a w i s, +1 proving the program and improving .
require a .et.-ok 01 100 feet distance of about 100 yards. Effective March i the teaching. st..!!.
from the center tine. ot any All four persons were Teachers who have left

county road. Members of the thrown from the plane in the r r' 1,, their jobs are traveling daily
Commission did DOt seem to crash of the 1966 cessna 182 J'9 to the State Theatre In Gainesville .
maw whether the road Involved which literally
Skylane was to attend district meetings .
was a designated county torn to pieces from the 1m. thelrFlorida Education -
road or not, and Thomas said Clay Electric's 4th run
paet.The Board member Mrs.
he would get this information two youngsters were iaE 'tfp' Frances Lunsford of Gainesville. .
for thee n. rushed to Bunnen General
than 22 Bradford
Slater 1110 the week Thomas Hospital Monday about 11 a. ,
told determined The Telegraph that that two he roads had m. as soon a.s searchers reached I IR Rate the teachers meetings have and been supt. Casey

bordering the ,Flynn. property" the downed plane. Both -is" Reduction Set Indicated that a few may ''be

were dedicated county roads were treated. and possible for shock internal, exposure ro. using sick leave to stay awaY

and that the building was too from school.
Christolf era's
Injuries. ,,Dr.
close to both of them to meet The .Iargest rate redaction street Basis for the walkout according .
daughter underwent surgery R lighting, will be coded the new R rate, and third fig-
In the ot to Bradford teachers
requlreJllent. history Clay Electric
rate S:
Sot a comPOUnd! f'r'utureof' left If a member has a ure represents savings. :
Sanitation Director Rlg'gIII Cooperative has> been autho- Nr who have gone with the PEA,
le.r.. Young Moore has been separate meter for his electric It you USG 200 KWH: $B.J3old
[Continued on PaP Two rized by the Board of Trustees. heating and/or ts that about $330 million In
transferred to Bradford County air conditioning ( ), $8.37
(new, .fiS (SWV-
IIoepltal. Both are reported The new rates. go Into effect It will remain rate code F, lags). t ; new taxes were raised by the
on March 1, 1968 and will and wlll be 'billed at the same It .. special! session but only $254
you use 1100 KWH: $13.83
amount to a savings: ot more cost per'- KWH as residential. $12,94: .89. Carl Prevatt million was passed for educa-
than $250.000 to Clay Electric rate R.. tion. Of that amount the
It you use 700 KWH: $117.08:
members, the announ.cementsaid. -
teachers says, only $120 million
Examples below how the $11>.99; $1.09.
BHS Grads
HomeateadExemption saving a residential member It you UilB' 1.000 KWH: PoliticalIce wlll finally reach the teachers
Wm. E. Moore This reduction Is the fourth may experience under the nevi $21.95; $20.55:' 11.40. and students in gradesK

Earn TopCollege East Palatka pilot for the In the past six years. Previous< rate, First figure Is the old It you Ua 1.J500 KWU: 12.
rate reductions were made In A and B teachers resent
,rate, second figure $30.07$28.1n $1.90. The striking
Florida Porestry Service all
Marks 1962. 1965. and 1967. Every of the
Churches schools and other that taxes in excess
Oalba1don, spotted the wreck- two the
years Co-operative
public buildings will also/ rca monies Intended for education
age about 10:30: a. m. Monday reliable' rate City Of Starke
engages a consultant -
Uze In
a lJ\tb..tantlal reduction were raised and property tax
Deadline Fifteen Bradford High by reasoning out Moore' to make a complete
Electric the cost ot their electric paw- 'relief granted In a session
School graduates compiled ot records and
study a recom-
ere They will remain with the Broken called for "education" Taxes
Is April 1stTax grad averages. ot B ((3.0)) or mendation to the Board of
same rate code E. but will be
The following electrlo were raised to make up a bud-
better and tour made stralghtA's Town House Inc. Trustee. Even after the rate
bllled at the lame rate as! real' get deficit [$76 milloln1 and
rates or the City 01 Starke
at Banta Fe River Junior reduction In March 19RT, the
College during the last term Starts Three margin at the end of that year J is printed at the reqesi or dentlal code R. Carl Prevatt of Lawtey, for such things as salary increases .
This reduction. In the cOlt of
:Assessor according to figures released More was such that another study City councilman Nell Tucker, broke the Ice in Brl1idfordcounty's for the highway patrol,
Duplexes electric to the schools .
by BHS Ouldance Counselor was made and another reduc- who said that a croup otelt.Ize"s power political pot this a lire and ant control program -
at a time'when much
GeM .onK's. Della Rosenbel1l'' tion In electric rates was re- a'ltrf'd that be have comes week bY'' announcing' his can- for agriculture funding
Construction started thIs emphasis III being put on better
comm"nded.", them pullll"h..d. Tucker was didacy for County Conunisstoner operations of the new prison
Jeff Novak Eddie StanciL week on three! more duplexes edireutlon the announcement
Office Ramona Harrell and Donald by Town House Enterprises of The increase III volume of given the .rates. bY City Clerk said. This Having to the schools District One. reception centers and doing
electric used and more Merrill Ew:: rds. MI' Prevatt Ls a native of away with wooden prlson
Salazar all 4.0 power be
perfect can
earned Florida Inc. The new units means more money
and $21 million in relief to
efficient operation of then co- Bradford County and has previously -
This Space Contributed averares. will be located on property at Residential: budgeted to other necell81tles.
the teachers
operative Is what makes the served 12 year on the cities "walk1ng"
First 100 kUowaU-hounl The Board of Trustees and
Three others Wayne Mc- the corner of Myrtle and
Weekly to PubHdze at the end ot a.. Commission and four point out.Profjrrams.
margin County
Leod. Dorothy Maon, and Francis Streets. One will face year cost s minimum of' $6.50. management foresee more rate
Community Events b7 greater and rate reductions All on the Board of Public such as these are
Jackie Campbell earned averages north on Francis and two will over 100 KWH cod reductions In the tuture. Their years
of 3.5 or better. face west on Myrtle. possible the announcement 3 11" cents per KW.Comm..rclal aim Is to continue to conduct Instruction. He was chairman not bad they say but at the
The Community said the business of Clay Electric of the Commission for aIJC same time the PEA and some
Eight Bradford students Bufor4. Mitchell, Town :
State Bank When the new rates go Into First 100 K\V11, $8.50. In such a manner as to give years Bradford walkouts resent thaI
earned grade point averages House president, said the brick effect, rate codes will be sLm- From their member-con8umers: the Mr Prevatt is chairman of it was done in the name at
Ar'eonntsnow. insured between 3.0 and 3.5. They are constructed duplexes will represent pllfled.Some rates will be com- cents tOlto15.00 KWH, 4 best electric service possible the Starke State Farmers education.

up to 115,000 by Roger Chllson, Bill Mena, an investment of ap- bined, and some eliminated. ,per 3 cents KWr 1.501ZOOOKWH KW and keep the cost ot electric Market Advisory Committee, ,o Other drawbacks to the program .
Federal Deposit Insurance Jerry Jowers David. Sllcox, proximately 50000. The corp- Residential rates A, B. and C 2.000 per : over service al low as possible and member of the Bradford << enacted by the Legialatun .
Co11t- Karen Lee, Brenda LewIs, Dale oration' first dunlex was com- will be combined and carry a KW KWU.. 2 cents per still maintain good business County..FaIr'Association,. and according to Information
CrosbY, and Wayne Blanken..h1P. pleted several months ago on rate code n. The residential practices, the announcement the tat Baptist Church of Bradford teachers received 1JJ

Orange Street rate, with subdivision area said.t .
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Jeetlon ODe Page Two UA.UFORD COUNTY 'l'1:1.Fm\l'!: : STAICRli_ FLORIDA

Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Miss An- Mr and Mrs, J. E. Hardy of J

nie Darby and Dr. T. G. Starke and daughter, Jayne, y + :
I Ritch visited Mrs. Thelma of Tift College, spent the uitt1Ili\ KOCH
.w Mendoza< at the"Baptist Memorial weekend in Athens, Ga. visiting -' YOU fl '

: Hospital op Wednesday another daughter, Janet, [
aftt"rnoon." Mrs. Mendoza suf- at the University of Georgia, u
fered a broken hip when she They attended'' the Delta 1 aN
GLADYS MOC'CY fell at home on Tuesday.Mr. Gamma sorority reception for + Poly
And Mrs. Tommy Johns National officers, and par- "
Phone 964-7608 ly r' FIRST IN QUALITY
and children of Macclenny ents, w FOR THE LOWEST PRICES

spent the weekend with Mr. Mrs. C. B. Terw11legar Sr I -
,, tMra. A. Russell Norman t r. and 1-fi"S .Victor Jl.art- and Mrs. J. W. Bitch at and Mrs Mary Stone Nolan --- --
with Miss Kathryn Epperson mann of (qrd; Ill. $rd'> Vjsmarttl \ Santa Fe Lake of st. Petersburg Beach were 11 11AI CLOSE-OUT "' iZ; ;Mm

,,; of Lake,.Butler attended the lWt' Hatt- Mrs Annie Norman of last Thursday visitors of Mr AI
DIstrict One.meeting of Delta air jiOeesiW, avlrslhlHartmann / Jaeksonvllle .18 visiting Mrs and Mr8. Terwlllegar Jr, I Are YouCovered

.. Kappa Gamma SOciety at Fort and her guests Morgan Rlcharde this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patterson Only 5 Left
!'. Walton each on Saturday spent the weekend with friends Mr. and Mrs William Green Sr. of Ml1lport. Ala are visit- U I By
Mrs. Kate Sheppard of in the Ocala National Forest
of Jacksonville were Saturday Ing Mr. and Mrs. Patterson!
., !3runswick. 011,. was visiting Joe Gissy attended the visitors of Sheriff and Mrs Jr. for a week. They all spent 11
,- Mrs. W. H. Hart over the funeral of his mother, Ml"S. P. D. Reddish. Sunday In st Augustine, v MEDICAREHEALTH
weekend., Genevieve Gissy In Clarks-
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Naswor- burg, W. Va last FrIday.
thy were in Winter Park 'on Mice Nancy Lee of Wllton, Every Day At ..

,. d Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs Conn. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs,: 22 Teachers KOCH 'DRUGS :
-n 'J T. Nasworthy. I E. ,1. Dowling, Mr and Mrs, INSURANCE
Mrs. David Montgomery and Gene Long and Mrs W. E $2.00 'N I 1n
children spent the weekend Dowling this week. Her mother ,. r+- ItrlaBLEIC I

'With her parents. Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Robert M. Lee who Join Walkout -J: I It
H. L. Tolbert in Lake etty. has been here the past month $12.95Westclox UNG
Lt Foster Cited For Missions Regular
'!' Miss Janelle Dawkins of, will return to Wilton with I
Jacksonville, and Mr and Mrs her the striking teachers passed
; this weekend. CREAM
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W. 11', Swlnyer of Keystone I III' Mr and Mrs. Louis Rawson several resolutions: Flown In Vietnam
Heights\ were Sunday visitors Jones or HOl"l1ell. N. Y. were the Gainesville PEA meetings -That the teachers them-
of Mr And Mrs W.H Noll- weekend guests of Mrs Lucile are: selves are the Florida Education A 24 year old Army aviator The Air Medals were for \Wrist Watch
man. Davis. The PEA priority program Association.f ,
from Keystone Heights, re- meritorious combat aerial SSe
Mr..and Mrs. Al Harley and Stuart Spraglns of Little asked for $59.8 million to re- -That the striking teachers ceived the Army Commenda- support of ground operations
family of ,Merritt Island were Rock, Ark was a Saturday duce the pllPU-teacher ratio will return only when an ade- Won Medal, the Purple 'Heart In Vietnam during August and Only
vtBltIn&.tl1elJ: puents. Mr, and; ,overnIght guest of Dr. and ,tin! grades K-12 SB-7'1X would quate legislative program Is 'Vedal and his 231'12 through September 1967. Each award
Mrs. lonnie Harley and W. Mrs. H. H. Adams. give only $3.1 million for enacted. .16th awards of the Air Medal represents at least 25 missions 'Cut That Cigarette
and Mrs. Barney McRae over Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. kindergarten.The -One thanking persons who In recent ceremonies at n. over hostile forces In Vietnam $4.9959c habit
: the weekend. Thomas L. Casey and Mrs PEA asked for $51 million ]- have contributed time and Rucker, AlaSecond Lt Foster received the Pur- '
Mr. and Mrs Mark N. Her- M. R. Sanders attended the for released lunch and money to their cause Lieutenant Michael< ple Heart for wounds received $3.00NIKODAH
long and .family of Jacksonville Sllwimnee Presbyterial 24 hour planning time for teachers In -Thanking the manelfment W. Foster [right] son of Mr Oct 8, 1967. during military
: )!sIted 'Mr. and Mrs. W. retreat .at Ramanda Inn 1 In grades K-6. SB-77X provides of the State Theatre for al- and Mrs Charlie P. Foster operations against hostile forces -

U .P. Herlong on Sunday Gainesville on Saturday and nothing. lowing them to meet there free Route I, Keystone Heights Is ,In Vietnam.At .
iM1s: .legal. a City 'was Sunday overnight 'Mr. and Mrl.! George W, more for textbooks and ma- They heard an announce- Jonathan R. Burch, director cited In the awards Lt. Poster -
guest of"Mrs.: W. B. ;Mundy. Brown hal:: as Sunday visitor s I te11a18. SB-77X replaced $3 ment by the tacultyof Santa of the Army Aviation School'sDepal.tment was an Army WIIJl'rant.Of- $2.44
Eddie Douglass. Of Georgia S'Sgt' Norman Rigdon of i million vetoed In the 1967 regular Fe River Junior College that o-f Tactics, shortly flcer Since then he has re- We Rent Or
,Tech was visiting, his parents Misawa, Japan and Sl8gt, session. each member of the faculty after presentation of the ceived a direct commission to Sell Health
Mr. and 1111'x 'Howard Doug- Maurice Rigdon of Oahu, PEA wants a professional has agreed to donate 10 per award I his present rank: Personal Size
lea in 'Brooker, and his flan- Hawaii who were home on 80- negotlatolns statute, which cent of one month's salary to The Army Commendation The lieutenant Is now an In- QTIPS43c Aid Supplies Ultra Brite
; cee 'MIss Marlon Green, over day lelllVe to attend the funeral they think 'would enable the :TEA, The junior college Medal was awarded for meritorious structor at the Army Aviation .
i ,the :weekend. of their father In Jacksonville teachers to be heard by their faculty also Issued a state- service with the 173rd School at Ft Rucker He also Whcelchnirs
PFC? Gene Pass of Fort Mc- local school boards on policy ment, read' to the entire meet- Assault Helicopter Company holds the Vlletnamese Gallan- *. Walkers Tooth Paste I
Cleu n. Ala.. Js' home on 16 Local admittances to Bradford decisions. SB-7'7X does not Ing, commending the 22 Brad. ,In Vietnam from December try Cross
S ,caysleave.! : before,reporting to county !Hospital this Include such a provision. ford teachers who walked out 11966 to December 1967.A *. Crutches ,I
!'ort,:nenn1I:1a': ,.Ga. week Include: Mrs Rita Ten- PEA asks that school mm- A delegation of 21 Galnesv1l1e -/
Mr.nc1 Mrs.J. t.. I Gentry tarelll of Keystone Heights: age; electIons be eliminated! High School students ap- i "Fits-All" *. Canes and 3 tubes .99c
,-were'; s1tlns rdrs Chf1B New- Mrs. Mattie SOw'U of Brooker SIB77Xlimits/ school boards peared before the group to say ClBIIslftfWI na Tn the TEL TilE SOUTIIJJE
bem-In'..\\.hlt. "Oah1eaV1lIe MOOical .- ; Joe Wainwright of Kings- to 10 mills, thereby restricting In effect they understand the GRAPH brlD. l'eIIaJtII.INCOME I CHURCH 01" CIIIUSTI *. Portable
cegter on,Sunday.Mr ley Lake: Mrs. Rose Richard them even more than they walking teachers and don't Bath Spray Commodci'tA
.. aril',Mrs; Nell Joyner, of Ralfol'd; Mrs. Serathlne have been. blame them. OHS has been Invites YOU 79c Ban Cream I II
U Mr.and Mrs Robert Green McFarlane of Waldo: VickY In Gainesville[ Wednesday closed by walkouts. TAXSERVICE I Koch Exclusive I
: and .Mrs. Eollne Smith were Reddish of Lawtey; William To Hear With Adapter Deodorant49c I
+ In S&nlord.on Sunday visiting E. Moore and Mrs. DorothYEngf'lke Only In Starke
: Mr. Sand Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of Melrose: and Richard THE GOSPEL
.. and Mr. and Mrs. Arttord Lee Jr.. Merrill Strickland,,) Stay On Job OF CHRIST See Us For All
Types Medicare
: BroWn. Mrs. Rosa Green, Mrs. VassieHemphill HEt';
_ : H. V. Saxon 'of 'Pompano 98C Health Supplies
'" Harry Howard Sr.,,
8:30: Sunday Morning '. .c. .. "
:Beach and daughter MIss Mrs. Margie Schaefer, Mrs. [Continued From Page One I would be taken on the l'e- Town Finance I "
1 Bandy Saxon of Tampa and Nrna Sanders Mrs. Rebecca quest, the member said:'. a. \ WI.XE Radio Dial 1190i
..- Miss Sue Morris of HollywOOd Jones,,and Joseph Bakken III Holliday Rodney Hall and far ss he was concerned. COMPANY Your Prescription Will He Filled With Care at KOCII'S DRUG STORE
were visiting .trs.Jv!:. C. Morris I all of Starke. Chairman 11. A. Lawson, at- After the teachers meeting 226 N. Temple A'e. Worship Service Fresh Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered
over the weekend Mrs C. B. Terw1l1egar Jr. tended the meeting butdid. a Bradford Board Education Loans 'Co Sunday, 11:00: A.M. i'h J rmacKt.; At I\och's "Your health ii: Our Main Concern May\ We
and Mrs. HerbertThomas not comment during it Up $600
In Association called. Fill Your Next Prescription
was Charleston S. C. from meeting was -
visited Mrs. Kathleen Friday to Monday visiting her One board member said It was closed to anyone Bible Study Sunday
,.Qoetba In East. ....Palatka on lion, Byron, at The College of after the meeting that Sunday I except BEA m mbers. 10 A.I\J. and 7 1".1\1, Open 1)aily 8 A. 1.\1. -- 7 I'. 1\1.\ Sunday 10 A. 1\1. 12 Noon
Sunday was not a legal meeting day
Charl ston. After that session teachers
'Mr. and Mrs. Harold !Segars Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woods for the School Board that the broke up Into faculties to poll 3 1\11.. South In US 301- KOCtl DRUG ,STORE FREE DELIVERY
and faintly of Camden S. C. teachers had signed contracts STARUEBUSNESS(
of Lake City were visiting M:. the number who plannel':' to .. PHONE 964-6757
WIll,be Thursday to Sunday and Mrs. ,1. S. Woods on Sun- and knew what they would resign Monday but na dl'flnlte I
guests of Mr. and Mr8. J. L. day. receive, dates for the planning number could be determined I
Gentry Among those attending the days had already been. set In Sunday night( i !
Misses Margie ''Dowllng And bridal shower honoring Miss the echo! calendar. No action I

; Betty Thompson of Palatka Connie Hawkins brlde-ell'Ct of
spent, the ,weekend with the nb. 23. at the home of Mrs. I
forrjler': mother, Mr8. W. E. Clarice Mick In Jacksonv1lle :
Permits Withheld At Kingsley Lake Olds
Dowling. last Friday night were Mrs,: AUTO SERVICE Every .
: Mrs Nelson Green will be Woodrow Thomas, Mrs Maxi
.. In B\nn1ngham\ Ala from Carter Sr., Mrs. Ronnie Thomas i
In Gilbert S. Brown
Thursday to Sunday attend- Mrs. Clinton Buff, Miss I Controversy Over BuildingIContlnued i
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big Southeast Jurisdiction
Judy Alklre Miss Harriet Lou- I
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I Wealeyan Service Guild meet- don, and Mrs. Marion Hawk- Statlor
[ From Page OneJ was denied. 1 TEAS:! .

I. ing''Tf1L"_ "L_ Ins.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Ste- Residents of the area conetend Budget TIRES:Terms-Road R "TTERIES. Service we sell has

fanelU visited Mr. and Mrs. said FI1dljy that there Is no that the FlynnK are at- Phone IIRI.70Tl
: : RADFORD Raymond Stefanell1 Bond way his office can issue a septic tempting to create a rental resort 407 .
Temple Start
COUNTY In an area that Is zoned
: TELEGRAPH daughter In Ocala on Sunday.Mr. tank' permit for the structure -I
and W, even If a building permit reslden tlal. .
: Pnbllshsd every Thursday Mrs G. Thomas .
The matter will be
Is recon-
Issued. He added that the lot
at.',138. W Can Jr. and children and Mrs. HURST'SS
sidered at the Zoning Commls-
Is too small\ the elevation Is
Rtarke.Fta. 3209 Thomas Sr. of Jacksonville I ELLa
; higher than water wells In the abort meeting In March. two !
were Friday evening dinner
I Second class postage paid guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred area, and drainage from the Service Station owners
at Starke, :Ira.! Bennett septic tank would endanger the TIlE BIGOT POINT for the Oas. oils Lubrication

: .bllcrlptlon' Rate.: Admitted to the StarJce water supply. way you write Come 10 and Goodyear Tires... & atllt'lrles
RlgKs said It was his opinIon select your favorite ESTER.
; ; 1JI.trade area: 14.00 peryear Nursing! Home this week were: that the house could not be BROOK feontaln peL TELE- ROAD SERVICE_
Mrs. ItIH and' un Stark.
LucUe Pie of Palatka,
; $2.215 six menlhs. legally occlIl'lpd. ORA.!'". _.
John A. McKinney of Hamp- Since moving", the building in, -
: : Outside tads area:: $450 ton, and Miss Minnie Lee Red- the Flynns have 'purchased J1 J1WORLD'S
per year: ,$2.ISO.81x.Sr1Oft&.s:' grave of Starke. property on the other side or

: : 1s.:.'L. :Matthews, editor and Mr and Mr8. Dewey Warren the road and asked the Clay\; 9.4
or JackROnvllle were visiting CommH81oIJ for
County permission -
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Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp on to cross thn. road with 'Aygit

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PsychologistFrom Banquet Held >
Baptists Give ..Annual

, SFJC Monday NightThe '. I} I Valentine BanquetA Valentine, BanquetThe

Dr. April O'COnnell professor Wesleyan MYF
Sweetheart Baptist Church'ot
-. of. psychology at Santa Fe r District banquet was held at I held In the Madison' Street Starke held Its annual Valentin -
Junior College addressed mem- the First "
GLADYS MOOTYPhone' t! Church Baptist Church annex Friday1 Banquet; Thursday night
964-7608 bers and guests of the Starke Fellowship Hall on Monday night, Feb. 9, sponsored by F U..15: at a p.m. lit the church
Club at their meetIng night with approximately 116. the Training Union, for the recreation, room with 53: youthof
Wednesday afternoon of attending.The the church and their adult
peoples and intermediate
young -
last week.
theme "Know and departments. leaders attending.
The program was under the Live" was used on the poster Theme of the program was
direction of the Home Life decorations and! was The four long dining tables "Cinderella's Slipper," usinga

t sr committee, with Mrs. J. F. ized in the talk given emPhaS-j & held hurricane lamps with color scheme of pink, white, '.+
r Dorko as chairman. Dr. O'- Bonlfln of Brazil, a : blue cupids And, hearts at the I and silver Silver slippers, holding -
Connell spoke on "Some of at North Florida College. Mr. 't h base and red hearts placed at white tapers and pink
the Aspects of the American Bonlfln also sang several : 'intervals down the length of azaleas were placed: at Int 'rvalsaloni'
Phenomenon of the Teenage songs accompanied by his the tables The speaker's\ table the banquet tables. The

r Tt r Problem." She stated that the Ctr guitar. Mr. And Mrs. Dan W. Starling was centered with' blue and doorway, through which theguests

teenager Is in a difficult stage Rev V. J. Ragsdale white floral arrangement. entered _the banquet
neither an child nor an adult, 1 the Invocation: Mike Mitchell gave Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary"Hearts theme "Blue Madness" waa room, was decorated as a large

too old for some things and welcomed the carried out in detail. silver pumpkin
group and Bruce and Flowers" was'' ed by Misses Danna Markhamand Don Hardy and Debra Pre-
too for others, in Bobby Dodd master
young a so- Haddock introduced served! as -
officers the theme for the Golden I I Theresa Thornton. Punch vatt were selected as Valentine
called "no man's land. of the Sub District of ceremonies and Intro I
E Mrs. Ouy Sale presided and which Included Wedding Anniversary celebration was poured by Misses Denise duced Rev. Virgil Lovett of King and Queen' and were
n members from Lake of Mr and Mrs. Dan W.Starling Markham and Pain Starling, crowned. by Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. A. Russell Norman gave Boatdraln Baptist Church, the
'. .' City, Lake Butler Starke, ..
Sunday afternoon, while slices Barry.
on of wedding cake ,
the devotional. principal ,
Mrs. Johnny speaker. During the
: i 7" Johns and two student teachers Lawtey Springs., and Worthington Feb. 18, at their home near were served by Miss Donna program Dr. John C. Harris I Mrs. Joan, Chitty (served as
.. general chairman of the ban.
.. 11< Lawtey. Markham to the sixty !guests
Miss Sharon Poppell and The three sang a solo accompanied: by
long banquet The refreshment table quet, and, entertainment was
was who called to honor the couple -
Miss Susan Lazzarl of Gainesville Martha Slemer
pianist; and
were decorated with overlaid with a Venetian lace provided by Misses Lee Darby
were welcomed as c W. B. MoKInney gave.a"violin
garlands of Ivy Interspersedwith Claudette 'Peterson, Col-
J cloth, and centered: with a Mr. and Mrs. Starling are selection '' Kay
guests. camellias and the head three-tiered heart-shaped wed- both residents of accompanied by Rev. son, and Larry Mt&eod. Music
.3' Mrs. Robert Green announ- lifelong Lovett at the piano. A skit,
table by) Don
.1 I was centered with an was Hardy and Jimmy
adorned with
rte, ced that the Fine Arts Show Gilda Graham arrangement:; of pink, carna- ding cake. leaves. pink The Bradford County and were I "Romance of ,the Feet," was Crosby Jr Rev. Virgil Lovett
and gold
roses married on February 16, 1918
wouldi be held at the Riverside -, tions. I presented by Mr. and Mrs.. J. served As master of ceremonies.
John Spengler silver candelabra held gold
in Baker County. They have.
in T Lawson, Dickie
Club building Jackson-: As members and Derkman The dinner was prepared by
arrived -
villa on February 28. and' Wed Saturday they were served punchby candles entwined with pink two sons one daughter, 12 and Christie Redding., Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs.
roses, and the punch bowl was grandchildren and seven,
urged members to participateby Misses H. M. ,Hatcher Jr.
Joyce Denmark
exhibiting articles they Miss Gilda Fuller Graham, encircled with .greenery and great grandchildren, most of
t'd had made. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sandra Huggins, and Evelyn pink roses. whom were with them on this

H. Graham, and Seaman ((51.1) Sinclair. I The guest ,book was attend- occasion. The
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid announ- John 1 The dinner was prepared by Community State -Bank
Michael' Spengler, son of
I ced that the luncheon for the Mrs. George Huggins, chair-I
benefit of the library was beIng Major and Mrs. V. J. Spengler,; man of Local Church Activi- Mr. And Mrs. Spitz OF STARKE
were united In
marriage on
.'-.. sponsored by the club. She Feb. 17 ties, and her committee. Mark
''' also thanked all those who Saturday at 4 p.m.at AnniversaryMr. r
j ,, the home of the ""bride's ii
were helping.
I.;.. ..... ...-. ;,' I The Junior club sponsor, parents, 1327 E. Call Street, i and Mrs. William Spitz
-/ '
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with the Venerable Fred celebrated their noth() wedding
lot; ... Mrs. Carl Roberts. reportedthat
I, .r ", ;' """- Yerkes, Arch Deacon of the anniversary with a family
: the Junior Club was con- Eastern Convocation ot Flori- party at their home on Silver! Make

' tinuing the parties for the da, performing nuptials.The Lake last Sunday. Present I! 5
I' Miss Mary Ann Thompson Becomes Bride children at Sunland Training couple repeated their with them on, this occasion

Of Marion Edwin Andrews In Gainesville I Center. vows before an Improvised were their three children, eight A
v vI
The Little Women have
altar flanked toy sunburst grandchildren, and three sistersof
i, The marriage of Miss Mary was junior bridesmaid, and I given $25 to the library and baskets of white gladioli and Mrs. Spitz all of New York : .w JW
Ann Thompson daughter of Miss Amy Thompson, sister of are planning a bake sale for pompoms, and potted plants. Among the happy mementoesof ( Note ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Thompson the bride, was flower' girl. I Feb. 23 to benefit the library Mrs L. A Canova, pianist, the day was the receipt of
of Marietta, Ga., and Marion Mi' Andrews served his son Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, sponsor, rendered nuptial music. an anniversary card from .

r Edwin Andrews, son of Mr. /ns beat man and ushers were reported. Phillip D. Graham, brotherof I President and Mrs. Lyndon B.
and Mrs. A T. Andrews, of Dean Nlederkohr and Terry Decorations in the club the bride attended as best Johnson.Mr. Of
Gainesville, was an event of Andrews, 'brother of the building carried out the Val- man, and Dennis F. Spitz was a civilian employee
December 21 in the North Cen- groom. Wayne Andrews, an- entine theme. During the soc- brother-in-law of the __ with the Navy Department
tral Baptist Church of Gainesville other brother, served as ring ial hour the hostesses serveda usher. WllllamS'j i I Ir in New York City for It

bearer. dessert course and coffee. Mrs. Dennis!! F. \ I 17 years, retiring in 1955.:) He eee. .

I Rev N. B. Langford performed Following the ceremony, a Largo, served her sitter as also' served with the Navy 1H ."IY ,41 r ,..
, the: ceremony at 8 o'clockin reception was held in the Recent Births matron of honor. She was World War I.

the evening. | church parlors. (dressed In an emerald green Gnann-Redding

Large sprays of chrysanthemums After a wedding trip to St. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ormond street length dress with which s Mrs. Mary Laffan Engagement ToldMr. I
and gladioli were usedin Augustine, the couple returnedto announce the adoption of a she wore a flowered orange
decorating the altar againsta Gainesville' to reside at 10-18 and green hat and brown accessories. -I Weds Mr. ThomasMrs.
son, James Lynn, born Jan. Mrs. H. Williams and Mrs. James A.
This service
full hank
background of tall candelabra N W. 31st Street. She carried a nose- '' : help's.you with all your banking -
i with lighted tapers. 23. gay of orange and yellow pom- Named Valentine Mary Laffan, of Lake Onann of Theressa announce 'I needs ., inlerest-bearing Saving Accounts
of their
William Olsen the engagement
Given in marriage ""by her poms with green and yellow Butler, and Checking Accounts, low-cost loans for worthwhile
Stork Shower I '
Mr. and Mrs. George Gill Jr. Sweetheart By BSPMrs. Thomas, o'Starke' were unitedIn daughter Mary Lou, to Nor- .
father, the bride wore a floor- satin ribbons. See for 'financial
length gown with tiers of illusion For Mrs. Ormond of Atlantic Beach announcethe Given In marriage by her marriage In the presence of man L. [Butch] Redding, son purposes. guidance.

and Chantllly lace. The birth of a daughter, father, the bride wore an off- Harold Williams was the family on Saturday, Feb. of Rev. and Mrs. Norman I
bodice featured a sabrina neck- Mrs. Lynn Ormond was honored Christina Louise on Feb 19 white, waffle weave wool street' elected 1968 Valentine Sweetheart -|117, In,the First Baptist Church Redding of Starke. 1..1 I TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
IIn'e1th chapel sleeves. Her at a stork shower on in Baptist Memorial Hospital length sheath dress' with of Gamma Theta Chap-j of Lake Butler with Rev. H. Both are graduates of Bradford ''I EVERY. CONVENIENCE OF'' OUR FRIENDLY

veil of illusion fell from a Wednesday. morning of last! Jacksonville. Grandparents are matching accessories. Her only ter of Beta Sigma Phi la. McLeroy officiating.A High School. The ,bride- I: FULL SERVICE'' BANKING.
crown of miniature chrysanIthemums I week. given by Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill of ornament was a diamond drop ity. She Is a housewife and amother small reception was given I elect Is employed, by the Brad- !
centered with a white I Godwin, Mrs. Charles C. Johns Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Karl necklace a gift of the groom. of two sons, and has In their honor by'Mrs.lLaftun'. ford County Board of Public:
and Mrs. Jack Eaves at the of Frankfurt. Ger of daughters. HOME OWNED .HOME OPERATED
orchid. Huftly She wore a crown of off white been a member the sorority I Instruction. Mr. Redding!
Tho matron of honor: was home of the. latter. many. faille ribbon which held In for two years. student at the University of
Mrs. Tanya Wasdin. Johnson, I A blue color scheme was carried place her shoulder length veil Her husband is employed by Garden Club Notice Tampa.A I The 'Community ;State Bank

I and maid of honor was :Miss out In the party decora- Bradford County Hospital of illusion tulle. She carried a the Smith & Sapp Construction June wedding is planned:

Vicki Garrett. Both wore A-line tions. announces the following family prayer book topped with Co., of Orlando, and they Tho Starke Garden Club .
gowns of turquoise satin with The 20 guests Inoluded :Mrs.\ births: two cymbidium orchids with reside at 1210 Blanding st in will meet Monday Feb.26, at I OP STARKE
lace klmona aleeves. They carried J. L haircloth( mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edward feathered carnations Illies-of- Starke. 7:30: p. m. at the home of Adjustable Vinyl Boa I '

nosegays of yellow sweetheart honoree and Mrs. Mary M. Miller Jacksonville a son., the-'vulley and white hearts Mrs. T. B Harding. I Covers All Size 30 cant ea. I HEMBEkt'Yl, : D.1 I.< CIEITH'S ,.
roses and carnations. Philllpi.A Scott Wiley Feb. 18. highlighted! with rhinestone Woman's Club at The Telerrapb. ,
Miss Nora Jean Thompson I Mr. and Mrs. Kyle MaUl'lceCannon : hearts.
classified ad In the Telegraph Maxville. a son Anthony 1- 'Mrs. Graham choKe for her Dinner Boosts Lonnie Black

brings results. Dewayne. Feb. 18. daughters wedding a mustard
knit suit with bone accessories Library FundA Of High Springs { BEAUTY SALON

with and
complemented a gold .
green cymbidium orchid corsage the benefit Starke-Bradfordi turkey dinner County for Dies Tuesday Highway 16 At ''Heilbronn, Springs-

'Airs. Spengler, mother of .the Public Library was given last ANNOUNCESThe
i "instant Thursday noon by the Starke Lonnie S Black, 84, of High
groom, wore a printed aqua "
Woman's Club at the club died Tuesday, Feb. 20
I Springs
and accessories brown dress, with with which matchIng she- house. In Alachiia General Hospital Appointment Of Two New Operators To Our Staff

The Individual dining tablesin after a brief Illness.
wore an cymbidium orchid -
aqua the auditorium were centered -! A native of Rookdell, Ga.,

the othenuune fpi"Jri&ant: i :MaJ.\ corsage.and Mrs. Spengler gave with red and white camellias : Mr. Black was a builder anda
of the Baptist '
,I. Credit"l the reception at the home of and arrangements of member ti ,5

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren. hearts and red roses were Church. Both of these' Beauticians -
; Guests were greeted at the used In decorating. Survivors Include the

\ I door by Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. During the dining hour, a Mrs. Jessie S. Black of WldOW'1.) 7 specialize in:
'and presented to the receiving, fashion show was emceed by Springs: three daughters
line composed ot the bride and'I' Col. J, A. Griffin and mod- Patsy Martin of Newberry, *. Latest Styling
their parents, and the, Mrs. Mary Ellen Canon of High I
groom eled by Mrs. Charles Sawyer .*.
p and Mrs. Nellie Bartlett Permanent 'rdw
I Springs
matron of honor. I
I Mrs. Arthur London. Mrs.
I The brides table was covered of Stone Mountain. Ga.; I b ..
Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Dot Failing Black of Gainesville Shampoo and Set 4 ,,9
I i with a cutwork cloth and helda Miss Harriet Loudon, a son, George '
candelabra with : three brothers: Edgar .. t
five point and Mrs. C. O. Hill. The outfits E Color hip
Robert L. of
punchbowl of Gainesville, ,
| pink tapers a
furnished Leila's.
I I, and the wedding cake. were by Starke, and Aaron of Stone .*. Frosting
Mrs. O. L Beasley, Mrs. J. Mrs. I
Ga. a sister,
\ The four-tiered cake was dec- Mountain, ;
orated with wedding bells and W. Kincaid Mrs. J. D. Warren Ruth Jones of Newberry.' .a .*. Hair Cut

Hlles-of-the-valley. and was and Mrs. T. P. Howell, Services were held Thursday

yrkati topped with a miniature bride chairmen of the dinner, were morning, Feb. 22.STORY .*. BleachSandra
assisted in serving and preparing -
and groom. At the base' wasa
ruffle of tulle. At both corn- the food! by membersof HOUR Vera
a, d ers of the ,table were floor the club. Mrs. J. H. DuPre AT THE LIBRARY ,

baskets! of white gladioli and served as ticket chairman. "February Is a Birthday, Formerly of Irma'8 Formerly with Lynn's

pompoms. Mrs. W. P. Randall, The profit of $335 will be Month" will be the theme .for'; In Starke .o! Gainesville

hrSd aunt of the bride, and Mrs. L. used to purchase children's Story Hour at the Public Library -,
? y/ H. Gibson, cut the ''bride's cake, books for the library. this afternoon Thurs

I and Mrs. J. C. Dukes presidedat Mrs. P. D. Fancher Jr. was day] from 3:30: to 4:15: ,p. m.!

II I the punch bowl. Miss Doris presented with the silver tray Mrs. George Winkler will be'

Spengler, sister of the groom, door prize donated by Leila's. .storyteller. All children, 6-9'j'
r "rf yr kept the brides, book. are invited.

Deldre Williams and Deborah Beta Sigma Phi
arj, Spengler distributed miniature JUDGE PATTEN ASSIGNED
; 'bags of rice to the guests. Plans Rush PartyBeta Circuit Judge George L.:

After speeding some time Patten has been assigned by I + :4vu
with their guests the couple left Sigma Phi sorority the Chief Justice of the Supreme -
a '"' on a wedding: trip to Charleston will have a rush party and Court of Florida to sit

O S. C. where they will be dinner Monday Feb. 28 at 7 on the District Court of Ap-

at home after February 26. The p. m. at the Civil Defense peal, 4th District Vero Beach,:
bride traveled In an. off-white building on Edward's road. the week of Feb. 19.

dress with a cashmere coat, The theme will be "Land of
complemented with the orchids I Mother Goose" and members I
The over-use of credit cards and the false feeling of i from her 'bridal bouquet.The and guests are asked to dressas SERVICE SCHEDULE

bride is a member of the children.,: -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH,
affluence they create can make you a prisoner of your I I Senior Class of Bradford High | Starke

with will School. Smith-Hines Sunday Mass. : 9:15: a. m. Shampoo & Set .
$3.00 Bleach
A account us help you .
own finances. savings The groom Is a 1966 gradu-; Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m. $15.00
and the future.Savings ate of Bradford High attended I Wedding PlansThe Miraculous Medal Novena: Long }Hair $1.00 Extra Up

meet your obligations enjoy Santa Fe Junior College, S.I I Saturday. 7 p. m. Color - $6.50 Bleach Touch Up $10.00
It now serving In the V. First Methodist Church Confessions: S p. m. and 7
Navy connected with the will be the setting for the m. UP
I $12.50
Thomaa A. Edison Nuclear wedding of Miss Jacqueline -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH, Hair Cut < '- $2.00
and Polaris Submarine, stationed Hines to Robert A. Smith on Keystone Heights.
! Loallrr(! In*, Charleston S. C. I Saturday, Feb. 24. at 7:30: p. Sunday Mass: 9 a. m. Permanents Start at $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 and up

Out-of-town guests were Mrs. i m. with a reception following Wednesday: :Mass and No-
r net B. E. Fuller and Mrs. James j In Fellowship Hall. vena, 7 p. m. Open Monday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
.1 ASSOCIATION OF STARKEt Herring: of Tallahassee, and I IMr. All friends and relatives of '-ST. MARY'S CHURCH. And Thursday Evenings

and Mrs. W. P. Randall ,, the couple are invited to attend Macclenny.
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 ,I M Tampa. !I Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. Call 964-7067 For An AppointmentS



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;Servicea Held eottondale, and ..Mr.. 1.. H. jCage lseum. where the state tournament !, but other coaches are not.
,, !Pond, of Starke; one brother, I[Clay's Tall Five Downs BHS 65-51 Playoffs was to be played, Jsl'euted Mother complication Js thaI!
'For T. G. Carter Cla.ton Carter, Gulfport, MI88... a.tt the next week. If referees for the Florida High
and aister Mrs, Rose Sum.merall Are Cancelled
a ,
In Jonea Chapel of Kingsley Lake. the lames are not played School Athletic .ASsociation
Clay High's sharpshooUn maneuvers, But the ball n el within a week, he says, they have announced that they
.lJ'beodore G, Carter, 82, died Funeral lIervlces were held Blue Devils handed Bradford lot to Chandler In the .second State high school iTOUP probably cannot be p.layed ata al'e in sympathy with the
Monday lt: Cotto\dale.: Ala. at 3 p.m. "Thur ay In Jones High Its second home court: halt despite four timeout.! basketball tournaments scheduled t all.Adkinson. Florida. Education Assocla.tlon
HeWI/ !! ''bol'11 In. Cocoa on Feb. Memorial Chapel with Rev. V for th1s weekend ihave called walkout and wiU not
setback of the season Frtdaynlgnt called by Coach. Warney Ad.kinson and his creW'
: Inter.ment
: If, 2888>; W8 & retired farnt. :1. Ragsdale In officiating Lake 65-51, to get his fLve mov1ng, been cancelled because or the on the job a.nd ready to go, of1cate during the walkout."ONE" .
and member of the Meth. 'Was Croeby
er, a
maas walkout of Florida
odiltt Church. Cemetery with DeWitt C, Jones Again. It was a great gam_ Forward Rich WUllams
: untll the fourth quarter- turned In an Inspired l3-polnt schoOl teachers.BI'adtord .
Funeral Hame In charge of aI'ranKeomenb -
'Survivors Inoolud.e two daugh.
.. ters. ,MI'&. Leon A, Clay of when the !Blue Devils proceeded effort, and was the only other Hlgh's Tornado PLAN PROTECTION
to nj) apart the BI'8ldlford Tornado to make double fig.ures. cage team were entered in the I
five 21-11. on the ballhawking Class A Group 4 Baaketball
and shooting of Purcell Rebounding made the Wa Tournament In Orange Park lor everything

Hall, Ha.ll stole the ball on difference In the game, and this ThurslaY-Saturday.: but

Fishing Contest occasions/in/ the ,final period BUS whl h has won the battle tha t tourney has been cancelled Life Health Home Car
and each time drove for a of the backboarcls In most of along with the rest,

basket on the play, Its games, was soundly out. n fa doubtful any of the

Playing without their leadInll classed by the a.ggresslve vis.Itors group, district, or state cage all through one
scorer, Paul McLeod, who 42-21, tourneys wnt be plaYed" according -
,Register Now spent the weekend lntet"V'lewIni" BIg Bruce Jackson. Brad. to BHS Coach WameyAdkinson

tor an 1"SU" scholarship, ford 6-8 center, fouled out Jacksonvl11e's Col- MAN
the Tornadoes fought from midway the third period leavIng I .

: Thru Labor Day behind most of the night. Chandler to fight the rebound Art"'" Cn"e No. 100, In the ("Ir-
,. The score was deadlocked battle alone. As Coach I rult Court ot BrallMrd Iounty, PLAN
I"lorllla, J will H"II Ih. prol>..rl)' I .
: Be qualified to 12-12 in the first period, and Warney Adkinson put It, ..Itualpcl In BraHord, CountY'',
enter your at half-time the Green Cove "Chandler got a hatful or wewouldn't Florllla, IJo..er'hed' ...: i iJ.ot
J lrt"pn, Blork One, flnr.tOIlB. ..- CHECK
: fish prior to catching it, dub had moved to a narrow have been In the. Height.., Unit On..., lIernrlIlrr .
32-29 advantai"e. BHS came lame." tu plut th"r."t recnrll.d In
: You wiil not be eJidbJe) back, however, and briefly Plat Boo), 2, }'flJI'p 64 o'f thft I IpUhll
The loss left the Brw.ffordcagers ,' r""nrd" of Bradford ounty SAVE TI\IE:
held a three.point lead [41381 Florlll...,
.: after fish 18 caught. midway In the third quarter with 16-8 overall season To"plher with till flxtll rPH a. (ANn MONEY, TOO)
record, while Clay .
.. upped Its season mark tD High 19. I .r ,, D',, :;'I'' :H,f'I I :J: I Ith. CAI.L
A 20-polnt effort by Harold 3. rollnwlng: I IGOOOO
Chandler kept the Tornadoes BTU Colpman Rt>nfiO
: So Register Now! In the game for three periods, mrs -1217 U U51 H."teO'KII'h..n FJ"hallMt Fun BILL POYELLPhnte

and offset the high scoring Clay -12 20 12 21eS Venptlun Rllnll.at .
rtorrnance of Center BHS I' puhll<- Mill"" If) thp hl h'et'nn" '
Clay ] (] Pr T
: PRIZES FOR LARGEST BIlIiI floormon Ac1rlan Brown go." high In the all' to getQI'f h"HI hldd"r tor c"h. lit Ihetr ( 96,1.646-1 401 W. Madison St,
Don Bowles. who hit for 2t Chandler
8 4
a IIhot o"uln"t''it tun Grllf'11 <:ove opponent as the Torno..l' : BLACK BASS for the winners.ChantdIer Williams 4 '& ''lai7ackson ; l'ourlh"u"" In 8Iarl'.., 1,1'Ido -
netted 1'1 PotntaIn went clown 831 for tlwlr eighth clflfl'lat agaln"t 16 hetwe"n 11:00: II, m, ..nd Starke, FJorida
2 1 5 win... I..t. Frlela1' 2'(If) p, m., on :IIare h 13, HI68OHA
-$25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle the first haUD1 8tly Oft Brown 21& : r ) INSURANCE by NATIONWIDE
brID1ant under-the-buket Mercer 1 2 4McKnight CIIA HLFJq A DARRY
Clay P'G PI' Hunter 3 1 'I'Bowles Clerk ,'Irrult ( DurtHy
2nd-IS.OO Trade in Fishing Tackle 1 C) 2 8 8 24 Jones liS : n..I"h. M, lolMlyI ( NATIONWIDE l\IUTUAI. INSURANCE CO.

Moore 2 C) 2 Hall '1 2 16 Totals 25 15 6Tinney 0nll.I>"!HII, )Mltc'h..II Ch'rl,, &: HIKJI'lno ,I NATIONWIDE MUTUAl. FIR..; INSUUANCE CO.

ENTER NOW .Shine Still Totals 19 13 51 6 3 15 01111.... JU'kKr"vlll.AlluJltlc Nlttlon.1., 1 lorll., .lIunkHI" NATIONWIDE UFE INSUI ANCE CO.

j joj ''S Destroyed In 'I'h.. f'l.1I1t. ........ I"... IIr.I.'ord ::12 ,''J J I 2/22 home office: Columbu Ohio
<<' .lInty, ..rl.... ,

SPECKLED PERCH A 40D gallon capacity moonshine -, RECREA TION NEWS MOII'I'tlta f'hll"Itn: ..OIl..1f.1 No.! 1110:
1'.lpr D. ,Iohmon und 1.llIy J,
I still siezed and de.stroyed ,
JohllHon, hlH wit. ( Ialntltr.VH-
'. $15.00' Trade in Fishing Tackle by federal, state, and L 1'.1:. wur,1, Prill,. anll H"lmn J., I IMIII..r Nu-Tone INTRUDER-FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
Pruk. hlH wlh; a".1 Clyde II, I
'county authorities last Friday,. KOCII'S IS TOPS the second halt schedule, chalkIIn& anol flllntJra ..:. Mille"". hlH
I' No arrests were made, according IN B.\NTAl\I LEAGUE up Its aeventh win against wlr. D"r"n""lHNO'l'II'I' I
I to the Bradford I Koch's Drugs took a strong 10sHes PLUS SMOKE DETECTOR
I no In a game played : 1'dwar,1: j'r"k, fr anol11..111I.
:9herlff's Department but 300rallons I hold on first place ID the Bantam Thurs,. Feb, 15. Conner Insur. ... I.. .PrKk, hlH wire ; alldClyd.
; of mash and 4D gal., League last JJ, :l11I1.r ...n" H..nolra 1::,
SPECIAL week by pickIng seemed
THIS WEEK determined to be. :l1I1I..r, hh, wlfp, A..reK"ea. unknown I
Ions of shine were confiscated up two wins with no 10Bses, come the first team to defeat
and destroyed and the st1l1ut I On. Wednesday, Feb, 14, Gayle's, holding them to only YOII. Are Her..hy Notlfl..1.. Ihntan
: Mitchell 400 : up. Koch'a d 0''W n e d contanderCarp'lI 3 points In the first period, liKe.ctl..n nn 1111'tn followln"tl"'t''I"" a!>I'op"rlyIn mOl'lg-
$19 95 Deputy Robert Green said 39.32, led by Gray Flynn while scoring 6 tor themselves, lira d torll COllnly, 1'I.'hlll. ,
: Spinning 'Reel he still, located 2 lit miles with 15 points. Their next vie.tlm Going Into the final stanza.Gayle's 'rl", NO'lh half ot, 1., <.tM 11
1111" IS .t Blnck 2 ot It N DowlInK'H -
: With 2 Spools loutheast of SR.l00 and Just was Andrews Drugs. Tuesday's had gone out in front Addition to thft Town (Jot
)f SR-lOA() [Grlttls Loopl In Winner over Gem Jewelry. by 10 points, but Conner went Hlllrkl' Knd helng In North..tIUllr" .

dense wooded! area, appeared Again led by Gray Flynn. to work and, as the buzzer ( '.. ((HI'NF::,,,!.)) flection or HOllthellHl"ulI'r 211,
: We Carry A Complete Line OfFISH be relatively new and aEarentty )- with 18 points. Koch's won.. 2821 sounded, the underdogs hact 'l'OWIIKhlp 6 !:louth, H"nge 22
) had been operating over the losers. Eddie Hazen racked up 16 points and sent ":aHl. 8M Kltm.. al>I."r.. of record
I n Dee" nook "', 1>a K8 5ii 7, pu b. I }"InE ALAR I
ING TACK LE mt a short time. was high for Andrews with 11points. the game Into overtime play.In 110 rp'orcll' of IIrlldford Count)',
Local authorities involved tnlestroying the extra period. Gayle's "'Io"hlll" ,
the still were Standings through Feb. 17: came through In fine style totake. hlta bo'on tllAl1, IIKlllnat you
anll you Itre 1'00,11'1', '' tf> aerve a"OPY
Jreen and Deputy ..AshleyJrown Koch, 5-1; Andrews, 3-3; the game 39-36. Diane ot YOII. wrltt"n ,1..t..nRpM,
It fa the first stUl ,broen Carp'lI, 3-3; Gem Jewelry, 1.5. Cox was once again high If an), to It on Thomllit & Warns Against
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fnr l'lnlntltte :
Schedule 1""rl'elIornoy.
this In BradfOl"dounty. acorer wllh. 18 points, while ,, .
: up year wh Itdlh'PHK I. 201Norlh:) \
starke Builders Sat" Feb. 24 Andrews vs Sharon Howell hit 11. Jane '1'pml,18, Avpnue. Htltrke, FIII..III...
Gem, 10 am, Carp's vs Koch's, Cros-by, Susan. Scoggins, and and tile th,' orl lnal with th,' BURGLAR ALARl\1
1"I..rl, ,.r 1111' above-ftlyl"d Court
11 am,
Richards Conncr .
Kelly paced
on 0" I"ror. :llIlrl'h 21, 1116Molh"rwlHA .
rilE RIO liT POL T for the Tues., Feb, 27 Koch vs with 10, 9, and 8 respectively, a J""J'f11pnt may be
ray YIU write. Come inmd Andrews, 3:30.: In the bl game r>1I'ved Monday ,'nl"11 ugHln.t YOIl to,' lh.. re1I.r Stop InfruclersFIRE.HEAT
INC.At dp/IIun..1 III the cumplllint
.eleet ,"001' favor\t"\ ESrERBROOK Wed,. Feb. 28 Carp'lI vs Feb. 19, H lJdn.y Inn put 0. peUtlon,
fountain en.rELEGltAPD Gem, 3:30: stop to Gayle'. winning W IIne"R my Ilnnd oad ""01 ot Belore They
s. L. Depot Phone 961-4201 ROY\LS LEADING streak \\.1th\ a 36-28 win. The ..nhl l'Dllrt on "','b, III, H"IIi.l:1I .

--- JUNIOR OROUP In'1.keepers' led all the way, ( : .CHARLES\I.) A, T>A RBYCh'rk SMOKE Strike!
I With a Dertect record of 4-0, and Gayle's didn't really threaten ot the Cirelli t Court

.. the Royals are l adJng.the Jun; U Il.the !Inn.,! Prod! Trail: By>,.t:>uly"lrKlnla Ch'rkTHO 1", Dllr"Y'l
lor League In the fourth week, mg :'::1) to 13, uaYI s lIeeme.a IA!I & I'I'I n.FJlIorn"'H
ot compelillon, On Tuesday.Feb. to realize they were about to .\ at J..w
; IT'S IllEGAL 13, they downed the Lak. taste de teat and made an pt., 203-6 NO'l'lh 'rpm.I., !. AvenuaSlark"
"'Iorll" 32091Att..rn"'H
ers 47.31 behind tho 18 points fort to rally, but lime ran out tor l'lalntltra
of Edward iKnJght. Ricky with Holiday Inn ahead 36-28, 2/22 4t 3.14 WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE :

Frick was high for the Lakers For the first time, Diane Cox

; 'For Any Person Persons to Engage in with 13. was not high Bearer even Notice II'rlt'I'la h.rphy: 0''" H\I.F1 Klv..n. thnt. I IpU"R".nt I PHONE 96 1-6061
The Royals pl ked up their though she had 16 points. This to th" "'Inol Jurlrrn.nl,
second win of the 'Week onWednesday. honor went to Linda Crews ot ,'nt"red In CIIUR" numhered ( Ivll -

Feb, 14, 'by down.Ing Holiday Inn, with ]9. t
; Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless the Lakers 48-41, Schedule: I

Standings: Royals. 4..(); Cel. Mon., Feb. 26 Conner vsGaYle's
tics, 3-2; Lakers, 0-4. .. nm, I IIT'S

l11e Name Is Re2 stered Schedule: Thurs., Fe 29 Gayle's vsI EASY TO WRITE
Sat., Feb. 24 Royals vsCeJtles Holiday Inn, .. pm,

Read This Florida Law Tues.,, 5 Feb.pm.Wed" 27. Cellics vsLakers I ,,'on The I"ROA Nu! Sounds Y DANCE, who have I RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS

Feob. 28 Royals vsLaker. I made. a big hit with local teen.
., 5 will music for ,
: -It ahaD lie anlawf1l1 for an" ..r on .r P........ .. ..na.. ....... .. pm.BAI.DWlN UNDEnATEDIN agers provide
the dance this Friday night Follow these simIle rules to m3ke your Want Ads bring better results,
: .pge In lioness as herein defbred. an.er a flcUtlous .... .. h... ... SF.NIOR BOYS LOOP from 8 to 12, All Bradford I

fln"-Yithout and unless ...d tletltlo ....e 8haII .. re with tJa. In Thursday, Feb. 15. SenJor County tel'nagers. age 1319,1I Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing more than sale'lrnanship!' in print,
Boys League action, Baldwin I are Invited to attend,
cJftk .1 the circuit court of the eoun.t,. hen th. prlnelpI place ., .. Chevrolet retained Us unde.feat.ed would. like to pass along I IWe : Write your Want Ad in tbe same friendly style YOll u e when te1lin$

... wl regtstratlon shaD consls' of fDlnz wltla tIL. du1t aroresaU .. ':4NaTU status, but was hard pres". a tew good words regarding :
ed Hurst Shell, who took friends and neighbors about what: have to offer.Jon't .
by the behavior of teenagers lately you
Izned by aD Interested person.. 1ltaUD.c. IIDd_ ..u. the nam. ., an early 11-9 lead after the at the dances 8ponsored by I

.n u...' btterested In the bu"n_ enterprl e. tile almt .f the lB. first quarter. By halftime, the Starke Recreation ])cpart-I Abbrevla.te: Jo .t be p.npv.\\ and I'uunll.Fooll8bl .

...... eI.eh.. and the fictitious name andec' whld aid .u In.. Is ean1e4SaJd Baldwin had moved In front 2017 ment, _
and Increased this margin While we are qUlte sure that I Surveys and lJtudles prove tbo' most
re stratlon ma, not'be made untO the per ea penDl18 desiring In the third qual'ller, Shell a FEW ot the boys AND girls Want Ad readers do not like or I ,lIer- It makes good common sense to ellml.fltand .

to engage In business uDder a flclltioulillAlDe ahaD ha.. ad..erUsecllal8 .r made a fine ettort to over. are. aUll drinking before they I abbreviations. Make 1l e.uy for. nate unneeded words from your Want
.. take the leaders. but fell 3 the dance to ad .
come to and after : people to respond your
Ad but make
... Ih r IIttention toreRister aald flctitiolUll name at last enee. 'or four I sure you don't I'Uln the
points shy, 42-45. Johnny they leave, the majority of the don't keep them guelllJlng with abbrevl.
.. ... (4)) eomsecutln: freeks In IIOme newllpaper as tlefbaed ., law In tu ceaat7 and Gary Hamilton. with teenagers have shown good eftectlveneu of YOur \Vant Ad by makallons. -

.... "here wd registration Is to be made. and ..hi rezt.tratJea IIItaD Iot .. ]9 and 17 points respectively, conduct at these affairs, I IAllendance Ing It Incomplete. Remember, you're 110tl'u3

pac d Bal wln. while Kenneth has dropped, and '.ourlelf In the PI'OIIVects Shoe,,: placing a Want Ad to lIave money .
: .; IleCeptecl b1 the derk of the circuit aoan euept UpoerecelTlDc p...( .. Carlton had 14 tor Hurst, we expected It to do so because you're inserting YOllr ad to get resullsClve

..eb ,ubllcatlon.H In the lI&Cond game of the lIeveral have been suspended : full InCormation and all the de. and make money. Making your ad too
evening, Terwlllegar Motorll from these dances, But from 1 tails about whwt you have to offer. short ma.y save a few pennies that lose
poured it OD Southern Discount, our abset"Vatlon, 98 per cent of i Describe your offering in benefit term. you dollars lito results,
51-35. The game was played the teenagers who now allend tell prospects why your offer
you are engaged in business under any name on even terms un tll the 10 te the dances seem to enjoy themselves satisfies their needs, Give sizes, dlmel'1' And It .. EIlAY To Orller Your All.alons .

minutes of the third period condition,
In spite of the rigidity capadty, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors
when Terwnlegar broke It rules which the Recre.allon And don't torget price I IVant Ads will
ot the
.;:: other than and have bad tlus open, In the final period Tel'wlllegar help you word your ad forbeut pos.
your own, not name scored 14 polntM, Department did establish without price are 150% less effective sible results, All you do Is pick up your
and makes effort
every to than ads with
Southern to only price. telephone and they do the rest.
whUe Ilmltlr1.g enforce for the benefit ot the
properly advertised and registered will be .. for the 16 point victory, The boys and girls who do not go

we Kelly winners and were Robbie paced Barksdale by Roger along ot troublemakers.I with the minority group I Only $1 For 15 VlordsTELEGR.APH

gJ d to give you aD necessary Infonnatlon as In with.15 man Lloyd and for 14 Gilpin'points Southern.was respect.Ively. with highpoint Superintendent As Recreallon, I Department personally

want to compliment these teenagers -

:: what should do. 10 markers.sl ndlngs.: !Baldwin, 4-0: who help make the CLASSIFIED.A'DS

w you Terwlllegar, 2-2; Southern, 1-3; dances an, enjoyable event for .

Hurllt, 13.Schedule. everyone
Gene Rayburn GET RESULTS
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....... .,. Thurs., Feb. 22 Baldwin ,
lIS Southern, 7 pm. Hurst vsTer.vlllear THE HIGRT PO for the I

8:30.: way yoo write. Come ID _dIIfIlcc5 PHONE 9646305r -
GYLF.'S FlUFFERS you. favnl'lte ESTER-

Beauty Salon opened I.

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. $ w tf OUT. FOR SWARMU G .TERMITES; 961.01''. _- ,.. 'i

""W"'Y'... -,, V .:- J/-;: ? 9 .. vy )FOn.A FREE NS JarION; CALL.... ONTI I.'

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TlltJItSIJAY, FEB. 22. 19GB r1RACrtlitrl _("YTnV77 TI'f.IP.OR"': "". aTARIrR. ".01tm AP1ft I :nb'llhe --' 'sky IrIvt 1

I supporters: of the i children In 'for 'I1t in -World Ve clln'tliven 'Working 'for, better ionafUorw *;

Council Ok's Federal Rent our community.I Imagine( .The Issues are for education 'in our, .1Oba-z'-
) SupplementFor am d'ee?ly concerned about cloudy But' I for one'wlirbontlnue munlty.. -. "" "". ; a *' I

our nt: liinUd< approarh to to ask question! and' 'to' ,Sincerely( ; -, \* 1

preparing/ our future citizens give support. to thoa whrt. are ,(CMI'JoAjnn!' 1 Pat'tay5
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; 72-Unit Private Housing Project

t Y s. .' I I'-I. .. .,.ntParw"
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'7provat for rent supple- in the Knight -subdivision' In members tho Bradford A .. > .
are Torode. S. Q.Dcufnurk Loop deeded to ", .'. ,...
meutapa.d, : by tho federal government North .Starke .bade ,of the : A. J. Thomas Sr.. Development Corp.) for Industrial ."'". '\ "0<,
in the City of Starke TaUee Freeze Drive-In. Inmuh. Ureen, and Mrs Mar- use, f :' ,.. "-; ! "
to occupantj of housing proj- Occupants! would pay' :25 par> gueilte (Mew Kd!: ) Hall. A bone of contention had developed \. ., ; :: If { : i". .,",
ects built by a private limited cent of their' ''Inctime for 'rent. Toi-odV said he is certain no '' when the city council 'I ,, .' \ "!, '. C. I ,I
dividend corporation was given The buildings will be built oitviiber would take it the 'I' thought it should receive monIes } .J.:t.',-: \ .'1 ... :.....

by the City Council Tuosday so they will be <&s maintenance wrong WilY if the Council chose from the iwile. of a portion i ( .,-N:. \ ,,. .' .. --.
night free as possible: Mitchell: told to .appoint replacements for' of the land Novak said the 0 { .
Request for Council to ap- tile CouncIU Occupants would any. roen ber. $500( had been used to Improvethe .,..i, ; ; ,'i.W".. lk, .... i w-..., .", ;-. .
prove tho step 'toy resolutionwas be responsible for-malntenauce "I .realise you (the zoning site.Henrd. F 'k) :... .1 i .:. 1t 1
made by Buford Mitchell, of their apartment All utilities group) .re some of the unsung Utllltes Supt, Oscar 1- f .V' I.... z
'a representative of a corpora- would be furriUhed. by the cor ,.heroes" Chairman One Davis report the Joint sidewalk : :,l,!, t'
tion namtd Starke Enterprises poration.He VyiffgUift-'told: Torode. paving project or. the city M4 ,ro; : M 1k'. / ".
of Florida, Inc., The group pro- said the project, which Torode said the zoning group county and school 'board, will '1.-. a
to construct 72-unlt will Involve all outlay of about '111,. .
poses a has resent weks, had one begin to 'become a reality on
/ apartment housing; project $750,000, would offer an pportunity '- request! and one inqury about Washington Street by, next Now Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator S'
i under Title 1 of the Federal toJmprove. the llvlpg building;, chicken houses inside week. ,
Housing and Ui'ban.' Develop- conditions for-a number' of Ji>- the 'vulty, Both have been refused Received a letter from tho l .
ment Act of 1963. cal residents who are prauently, since the proposed\ locations State toad Department: saying 1 ,
Other officers of the corporation in sub-standard housing. lire zoned residential and funds ore' shoot and none are: ,..,. ..... ,I SI
err John Torode. B. Tho council 'Voted 4-0 to approve chicken houses have a numberof Available to construct a side ':' I ,

F. ( Lon ehamp. Jr. Torn ''Nolln moved for Torode :said. One request was sldo Elementary SchooL j
Tile resolution gives the adoption and Councilman Jimmy made by Adolph Gay. Discussed tho perennial) I .... I
Council's permission, for the :McTtsc 'gave tho second, The Council was also presented problem, of cleaning the drainage I .... .. \ f
Federal Housing and Urban Development Chairman Orlc Wiggins questioned with a form which To- canal running west from ..'." .

Department) to pay y/heUicr/ the, project, rode.. aoid includes pertinent U.S. 801 through Pine Haven : I
rent supplements to disadvantaged which will.be su'bMldlzcd' by the data on tho zanlng ''boal'd's ac- and Saratoga Heights but no .
families. Amount of the federal government. bY the rent tions. He said Inman Green I action was taken. The canal 1 w
supplement would depend on supplement) .will bo competition has been named: as a replacement .' also joins Torode'S property 1 in .r for businessWlio \ I I
the number In the family. DIs- for local /renters.No I, for Junlus Smith de- ) west Starke and he said the open : j

advantaged, under the Housing focal realtors or renters i ceased. problem will become worsewnon .r 1

and Urban Development Act: i I presently offer housing of thetype In other action the Council: < parking areas at the new :
means families now living In ) planned, Mitchell replied. I Heard Torode say the city vocational school on the old I l
ottici... ..
says: on .tJpllco1or' Available :
!in both j
homos without a tub or shower : and hand and
I May I add that we're goIng zoning code and the one pro- Conway Airport are paved .
hot running water flush to get repercussions from posed for the county should be more water will run off. .I has to be an 'eoreNot Bohn. electric models from $215 plus/ ; : 4
toilet, or houses in a (dilapidated I I this," Councilman McKae said! based: on similar grounds. He -Was notified by Clerk Merrill \ S. O. IXMimiirk dosen't l look very happy BH he observes' the The front ono back: trays of the F.E.T. \ ,
condition.The after the vote to which he said he hopes tho city will Edwards( that the n.ewly.ln- I R.II 1 I Spirit Duplicator close Into I' I
safe thieves
gave rnu-ked and made till with $$1,<*00 over tile weekend. \ For f r.. trial I com i
Starke corporation plansto his approval. I work with the County Zoning crossed: four per cent sales tax about a handsomo compact: : dustproof. a. ; :
the Di'iimiirk
Only thing good
'burglary commented p an. or sand t this .
construct colonial type ,two- John Torode, earlier In the I Committee of which Torodo Is now effects all utility billing case. | couponElectric ; :
was nobody wax "store '
story brick units In two different meeting:, ticquaintcd. the Council vice-chairman in. making the Asked the clerk to make In. performance, the R-11 has ,
locations on the south with the city's zoning I plans coincide. arrangements to have repre- mechanical: features that make ;

side of '.SB 16 between. Pine board, or Board of Adjustments -Was brought up to date on Bentatlvea! 'present!! for the Take for cloan, quick, Inexpensive t- ;

and Keller Streets In Reno and as It is pained; Present the tract of land. on Edwards I March the 12. meeting to retirement discuss Safecrackers! copies Patented wick distributes $ SOHand : "
city'a proposed
fluid where needed, no flooding. ,
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plan. An automatic master clamp 2 9 9 L. I
Authorized tho' of
purchase .
$1 From makes it as easy to Insert a master .
"ODD .? ; ,,
two radios for the city's two
/Local Farmers Urged To /Meet police cars .at a cost of $500:; unit in this Bohn Duplicator. : as ;. '1-. I Ito
feed sheet of
to the city. a paper Into a Modeltypewriter :
Authorized\ purchase> of a Only one control a I I Ii '
new traffic light at Call and Denmark FurnitureSafecrackers knob' runs machine.: Nocomplications. '
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j April 1 Assessment DeadlineBradford
Ag Water Streets for $280. The i oo :

present one l Is an old type $2" .
I broke Into Ken Fuqua. 1 5' .
without reflectors and cannot i.t t. "
County farmersare Persons who fall to file''I will review the land but I'm be seen when the sun shines Denmark: Furniture in Starke, The safe, which weighed I f I Ir
requested by Tax Assessor their forms and do not appear sure they won't be too strict. Into them at certain angles. tore open the floor model about 1,000 pounds, was taken r" r .

Gene Long to return land assessment for the subsequent Tax EqualIzation Of course where a man Mayor Carl 'Hurst told the safe and took approximately from Itsposition next to a '" I : I
forms to his office Board meeting will owns a speculative piece oft I council. $1,000 In cash sometime over wall and placed on some floor .. v
before the statewide April 1 have their land assessed a property out here on U. S. 301 j the weekend. runner carpet to muffle the ..'"
deadline. full cash value. Full cash value and makes application to have' The burglary! was discovered noise as the door was forced I ,.
Information from, the forms will be based on whatever the It classified as agricultural. s Monday morning by an em- open. IAr I 'i i ii
will determine whether land lands, use other than agricul I'm sure it will be denied ployee reporting for work. The door was peeled: open, I "
j will be classified as agricul tural. The forms are being asked Starke police and sheriff's Fuqua said, by professionals I i t.
I tural. To fill out a form a person for the first time under the deputies! obtained a numberof who used a chisel to pry up J. I'I

If the forms are not returned has only to copy down the new Agricultural Assessment fingerprints from the one corner of the outer door The TELEGRAPH: fraud To Announce : I ,: .
the property will go before legal description of the prop Act passed during the last regular -j scene.S. coverlngr. I
the Bradford County Com- erty which he can get from session of the Legisla a. Denmark who said Denmark said the loss Is, A New Dealership} -- The,Complete I
Dear Mr.
mission, sitting as the Brad- his deed or which is on file in ture. The forms require each Matthews: the only good thlnq about the covered by Insurance. No arrests .

ford County Agricultural Zoning the tax assessor's office or the farmer to give the legal description -, During this week of crisis In theft was that nobody was In have been made. Police Line of BOHN REX ROTARY ;
Board which will determine office of the county clerk. of his land and what, our schools, my hujbund' andI the store, said the thieves left think the thieves may have, I 1

whether or not the land But Assessor Long even (goes< its use Is under the provisions, have contacted local teachersto a quantity of checks In the been a gang traveling through.It I Spirit Duplicator And Minjectgraph I i iJ
should be assessed as agricul further than that: of the new air assessment act. let them know we want safe and took only cash. took five men Monday ,
tural. By returning the forms "Corne In and we'll be gladto Those who fall to meet the what is best in Florida for our Entry was\ gained by knocking morning to lift the safe ontoa '; '"'' -
farmers with bonafide agricultural help you fill out the formas April 1 deadline may still obtain schools. In. doing so, I have : a hole in the concrete dolly to transport it outside Machines And Supplies. We 'Service
lands will be assured far, as the legal descriptionIs an agricultural assessment talked both to teachers who wall on south side of the the store. .f. ;
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their property will continue to concerned. by appearing before the have resigned, and to those who building/ facing Madison Street Officers Investigating the: Them Too. '
be classified as agricultural, "You don't have to classifythe Tax Equalization Board. are continuing to work. It oc- and directly dn back of the burglary are Police Chief ,I
Long says. land or put a cash valueon But the simplest way to curs to me that teachers on Wall Insurance Co. The hole Bobby Biggs, Fuqua, and 'r.i
it, as some people have," comply with the new act Is to both sides of the fence want was 17 by 14 Inches, accordIng County Deputy: Dolph Red-
Long says fill out the form mailed to similar ends.Several I to Assistant Police Chief dish. I
The assessor further stated each farmer. Assessor Long of the teachers I ,
301 the Agricultural Zoning Board says. I talked to felt they could not.
"abandon" the children and so( I at the dull, of
------- me were crumbling overwhelming Inadequacies! FREE DEMONSTRATION -- Come '
they continued to work. One dirty walls. our school. Lack of financingIs ', ,
teacher from Starke Element- I She listed Inadequate numbers only part of the problem.Our I '' '. "( '".",''\\Iw'
DRIVE-IN FLORIDA THEATREONE ary talked at some length | of texts and resource apathy as parents and! In or Call -,

about the difficulties she has books, and no paper for mimeographing community members Is very II I
encountered through the yeurs. I materials for students much a part. The turnover of I .
OPEN SUNDOWN WEEK RUN She recognized that this probe as very real problems Ina teachers, particularly in the I i iI
Show Begins at 7 1>',1\1.\ lem has been compounded! by' history class. Imagine, in our secondary schools is another. I
ADMISSION many years of Inadequate financing affluent times, our students No long range piano can bocurried
Starts Wed. Feb. 21Thru Tues.
Feb. 27
and lack of community have MO little to work with! I out until more stability
Adults The Students 60
Interest. Her !In what Is achluvcd.
pride had come to help her remove In a teacher staff
Children Under 12 Free SHOW TIME' WED. 7:30: ; TIIUKS., Fill. teachers administrators, and her personal possessions. Much I I have watched excellent teachers -

3:00 AND 7:30; SAT. 1:00: 4:30: 8:00: ; parents have been able to ac- of the material consisted ot such as Audrey Hollifield Bradford County Telegraph
Fill. SAT., SUN. SUN. 4:30 AND 8:00: ; MON., TUES. 7:30: complish with so little was resources she had bought with and Sandy Sanderson, leave
FEB. 23 24 25
obvious. her to what with good
own money provide our school system -- .
Double] Feature Program ADMISSION': CHILDREN 50c() ADULTS $1.00 ( At 6 a. m. Monday I meta our school system had not. Her reasons. They were not teachers i

teacher at our local tears, regret confusion, and merely "putting their husbands I,
high school. She too, could conflict were obvious. At no through school." They a r
not "abandon" our children. time did she mention salary. were concerned, enthusiastic
Far h Fiat She felt that the time hud, She was concerned, however .
come to demonstrate In some about' what her resignation
Contio IaosParloriii es at P6D iarPritn o strung way the extreme inadequacies would mean to her family's

JaM TIM! IT! WMRH Of! S KCAOEMY AWAIOS"imncrear of our schools As I finances. Tile Ultimate in Electric TTr
>t sWbt'1i1 I II 1 IK E Ml walked through the dilapidatedhalln As n former teacher: here In.. Portables
I EAtl I110 ,. I of our high school I bc- Bradford! County, I cnn remember r
I came mutely aware of how only too well some of theJI1Z
I grout this lack Is. Glaring out




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: j : : ..' "h.n I t4+gip. Here' ft perfect example of Smith
Corona master .craftsmanship! A- com- ;
I CN1091! TipttltltwcoN I h' J Complete Bedroom Suites .t -' pieta electric typewriter built into a handsome -- ,. 1
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a a.ee.a portable. So many conveniencest '
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....ear.sG.sd > From $25 to $300 I < kudges.inexpensive! science Changeable and math Type Page GageTx ,' U_.., smiu

21 In. Admiral TV's $45 I nail repeat jeweled actions main bearing, ... even; automatic electric c:shift: electric and- CUAaANT'EI Corona; .hunch without! Amt BMlc,cMrot.wtrtrplK '

PLUS Ar aASL V pacing.. It has everything .plus a 12* @L (_ "
6JtRODGEIISILUIMEllSTEIN'S Fr carriage lor Jung-size jobs. ( ) anr ears create,
., SMtiH'COaONA prftvw 11_of d
1 Venetian charts. ..
Bedding, Drapes, EIECTAICS AR 9O No labor day or Ihsetms.*.

r tr ,, Blinds Commercial Laundry W.rr.nty.ownae"tr,">otor, ruib Mrtftaxeapf. '*
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ROBERT WISE I EquipmentComplete j1 .c- not covw cIo__
OvAiD opAv !, A" from Acidwit or mMuMw '
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.a girl I 1 1 Cocktail Lounge & Restaurant | WIMT i elctCiJo 1'|1 1I

a Gunn I (Sell as a unit or in part must be moved) Yea we carry a complete

and shoot she'D Luggage Racks & other Equipment i It's true! Everything you could want r of models colors and type ttvles '.

De works! ANDREWS Vcnaw PLUMMER for Hotels or Motels in electric typewriter-the apecd, .

... I the case that professional touch ,I

r "I 81CJIA1U UA YDNI'-.IELEANORPARKER.-,..... SEMINOLE HOTEL arc all in this stylish. Smith-Co.. ; T
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I-$41,000- Paid ar '! .":1.1.:.'horIJa T". I.1..11 IIt\l.IJI'- ---""u.I'ro..t For" (.I..lt B..oI.o.ow Tb.Of" Ce.ULA MAE t'efendant.NO1'lcn ROBER.\No.ON'tot.,. : 121 1Ix., I- Cemetery; ;; Fund Stands At $$954. .

Funds 1rj ('ouatf.Ca. \ 0' FORKC'LOlltJftlO:
In Racing .. N.. SALR SW LKRK OF
BERNIC ,HARRIS Ptaln- CanCEl VOWt'rNttce All the Crosby Lake )Cemt'tery Fund lIeared Its $JOOO

I 4' 4 tiff -vs. ROFJoftT! LEm HAR.RIS III hereby glen that goal thlll week, new contributors were: Richard Long, Clewleton "
Bradford Collnty received rk.f.ndnnt the undarelitned Charles A. Dar.
.1.000, the same Os every NO'rl'I OF SUIT by, Clerk ot the Circuit Court : Gary Enals Tampa; 'VB't'RlIl Perkins, Joe SI..trunk. ,
county in the states for Its _t Tt>. ROII):n'I' III']. IIAnRt!$! ot IIrllrltn< County, Florida, Charley Eo Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. 'V. n Nulbnan. all of ,
.: AdIrI'.s. Anti H..pne.. Un. will, on be 4th. day of March, !
February share of race track known 1968, "t iioo: A.M., at the front Starke.
tax monies released by the 0- : You Are 1l.U'liY Nntl(led that dour or tIia Bradford County
nee oe State Comptroller 1I'I'ed an "tlon r.r, lIlv"r"e) has been Courthouse: In the City otSlarke. A commIttee meeting will be held In tile near future to
) tll..d agaIrtt''' fllU a"d you are Florida offer for sale
0. (Bud) Dickinson Jr. re'lulr..d to strvu .a copy of and sell at pUblio outcry to the determine just what work will be done to put the cemetery
A total of $2,741,000 was re- I.*'sr t your written defnseo. If any hlgh..L and bet bidder for o..h.. In first claig shape, and when the work wm 1 e&1DLeN than
to It on Eugf'fle F. "'haw.' At. the following described property
l teased l to the 61 toltnUt's: last I torney for Plalntlft whose sd..Ireee .ltuale< In Bradford County, $60 Ia atm Deeded to rl'ftl'b the 1,000 coal.
Friday by Diockln on. The Feb- : .. Is 143 \V all Street, 'lurlda, to.wlt:
ruary addition brings rad'O'd! ,. Slark., Florida. .. and file the orIginal Lot e, Block 7, Lincoln City;
County's total rt'cltlvp 1 this ;ii \ j\ .i? S .with the Clerk of before the I" South halt of Southea.tQuarler "
\1 e above IIly..1 Court on or SecU':>n a2, Town- ,.'
fiscal year to $134,060: () according lIIarcb If", 111118 ; otherwise a ship 8 South, Itange 22 East
to County Clerk Charles p. judgment may be entered. pursuant to the final. dltaree ot FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK
.galnllt you for the relief de.man"e,1 foreclosure entered In a case
Darby, half going .to the County J. ,,' In the Complaint or pending In laid Court, the atyleo'
Comml8llion and half to the { "ii:: Petit lon, which I. Irving Soh.yer and
Board. .$,< !!" WITNESS mr; hand and the Jessie Scheyer. his wife Paln-: Let UII help you get your car In perfect mechanical condition -
L ____ School Heal ot eali.. <1 Court on February tiff, venus Eum Mae Ro .reon before the new
Since the beginning of the 13th. 1985. and Jamee Roberson her husband -
racing lieillBOn In Novem'ber' the Till, iilt. ghl'1 billow at Nanvorthy's, was brokl'n with (8"JAI.) D..tpndants.
share has been of c'ouc'rl'te useR thIeves! croaked. wide and helped CIIARI.ES A.. DARRY WITNESS my band and of.tlclal STATE INSPECTION LAW 1
per-county a piNe AS ('L.SRJC 01"" SAID COURT seal I o' said Court this Ind 1l l
p- $6,000 more Ihl1ll it waR for themltl'lvt'' By Beulah M Moody, day o. February, 1363.
-- Goes Into 'teet We will Inspect lights' hom brakes,
the same period last year. Total All Deputy Clerk CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerkly -

"f Thb.. was tht't wrft'kagfOl of Gerald Gay', 1967 Dodge Dart dlstrfibutol'lo for the current Thieves RiFle Window .15,First 19 68. PubllcaUon: February !Deputy: Beulah Clerk M. Moody, tires, shocks at DO cost, to you Drive 111 today No

.alter It cru"lwd Into a pl1lm tree on U S. 801 MOuth. Gay and season has amounted to $8.978 3/15 4t 37I. (SEAL) oblllfl11lell.I' .

bill wife wpre ,wtiouiIy InJurl'd; their two .bUdren had minor 000 or $402,000 above the total Furniture The 1..lt Court O' The Gregory Johnson, Cour. Panl.Uo .
::4nJurttlfi. disbursement last season. At Nasworthy's 1'1hrbtb' .laolloI.1 CI.It In And Exchange Nat'l Bank BldgTampa. I

... Payment 01 county funds For Hra.Uord e.aty. Floril.. Florida SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY J JT1I1JRSDAY
JRVJNO HCIf"JYER 8t ux., 1.8 U 3.19 -
which originally came from the Thieves broke a plate gJass I valued at $259 and the win- Plaintiff.HASTINGS. I' .

Local/ Couple Hurt racing tax funds to the Brad. window facing 310 East Call dow at $100. FRIDAY, SATURDAY

ford Development Authority Street and took two television The piece of concrete used

WIllS not Include4 by the sets and a radio from Nas- to break the window came r NOTICE. CHICKEN FARMERS I FRONT END AlIGNMENT Dunlop ht Line Full 4PlyI

County Commission In. its worthv's Furniture and Appllanc'e's front a pile of broken concrete I (Most AmerIcan Cars) Tires let Tire Iteg. Price

J4s Car Hits Tree budget for the. current fiscal early Saturday on the comer of Madison and j I Set Tow In Tow Out and 2nd "TIre 4 Price pius Fed.

year since _the_ Authority h..a morning. Cherry Streets DO YOU NEED. I Correct Cuter and Camber, Tax Il& SaJ8fI Tax IISId Trade
r I funds OD hand, Clel'K uaroy the HaL:8: Front T1re In Off Your ar -
broken Officers Investigating
',A Starka couple, Gerald and skidded off the wet road onto The window was : lit SAWDUST AND Parts and Labor Extra If Blackwall or Whitewall
said.The rock and only brellk-In were Olty Patrolmen
Muriel Gay, are pitaJlzed In the median strip where It travelpd Bradford Fair AssoclIL' with a concrete Needed
palnesvllIe recovering from In- 78 feet 'bore striking a lion has received $.OOO this Items In It were taken. Thieves, :BIll hambers, C. C. Hutches.on. -; lit SHAVINGS BUY Z TIRES

Juries received ,wilen their car palm tree with its right side fiscal year but the Bradford apparently did not enter the Ilt1Jtt' county. Deputy' Glel1 SAVE 25%
went out of control!, wedged The front end of the auto County Hospital has not applied store The three items were Moore. FOR YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES ONLY 888

5etween: two palm trees, and wedged !between two pams for Its \/1,000./ I : FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL
broke Into three aectiona.a Carter said and the body Clf Though t h e a e 'payments Adjustable Vln,1 Book tt ebullled ad In the Tale,.
Mrs. Gay, <4t< was reported the car con.tlnut'JI to travel originally 'were suppoaeL to FIRESTONE .. A & A SUPPLY
I'n. fair condition at Alachua north coming to rest on Its come from tile racing tues :::oeer AU sizes 30 unts ea- graph brinKs results. LINDBERG HENRY Starke 31Z W. Madison\ \

General\ H08pltal late Wednesday wh els. Clerk DaJ'by says, they now
at The l'ek graph.r 752-7305 LAKE CITY
afterloon and her husband A second wreck occurred In are paid from the county's I
was reported In' III1tslfactorytondlUon. almost the same spot early General Fund which Includes(

The 'owple'8 two Sunday morning, Ft'!!). 18, when.a racing taxes plus other local

QhLldren, Nancy, 15, and Greg- 1961 Comet station wagon. taxell.I .

err, 13, WCI'e p8Jl8engers In the driven by John Alexander I
lllr,; ''but rt'celv..d very imlnor In. Hawkin.IJ, 16, Hampton, went

Surles. out of control and turned over. I for paving would not get pav-

The 1967 Dodge/ Dart, driven Hawkins and, his pJsiengt"r"I : ell the Board has taken the "

y' GIlY Willi a tQtal wt't.. k with Gerald Jackson! J9, Starke, i position it wilt list only projects -

damages estimated, at l,800. I were not In.lured. Trooper which olio feels wIlt bq

According to the irtveMtlgat- Cartcr saId Hawkins reported carried out by the SRI with-

trig officer, Florida Highway a tire blew out, causing the car In the year. Llst1n.g. a number
Patrolman P. W. Carter the to out ot control. It skid- tlSED VACUUM: cleaners n-
go Board feeJs. simply I
I of roads, the
lar! .. north ded the median and CARL BEGGS
wa traveling on across strip lot of
gets the hopes of a conditioned $UI up. 10 different
tic S. sot about 5:4(5( 2.8 the lane and turned If rind the Classified Ads I
: p.m. opposite residents up and they are letdown ; I you you name among Gulf Seriico name brands to choose from.
m.lles south of Starke near the over on the opposite side of the
their' road Is not; Parts .to ex.ceUent repairs al 1
$fJampton cut.oN. GoIng 8P- tou r-lana hIghway when J I come to. the Telegraph office and receive TWO, II I USED PARTS make.. KIRBY ..BALES &
proximately 65 mvh the car paved. Ii I Top 1"rIcee" for Wreeked t
DarbY said the county.has; I FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 r1ve. Wreokel' 88l'Yice SmRVICE 712 N. MalIn, Galne.
t' $181,900 In secondary road I I 24 Hour I rifle 3767110. UchgI
I funds accrued. according to: / Theatre Passes I Fuel Oil -

SRD Cl.rUres.: "I'here are no :, I

;1968 Flue-Cured Tobacco Price fllrores--- -Yet on how much the MATTRESS' AAA S lit R Oreen 8tllmpaBW7. I AT LAST! I,

I Santa Fe Lake Road will cost. r : CLASSIFIED -\D: RATES & UPHOLSTERY WORKS .301 4881993LACY N. Waldo A HOME: OWNERS

110 Lemon 'st. P *tJtaFurniture POLICY

Support Rate Is Announced 1968 Commodity tIp to((1\lIl1Jn1lim 15 wont> charge____ ) 1.25 Repaired For l\toblJe Homes

I Program Signup Upholstered &: Refinished CONWAY That Qualify STERO CONSOLETAKE

The 1968 crop of 'fuecuredtobcto farm has an acreage allotment Now Under Way Em' word over 11 __ ..07Etra MATTRESSES REBUILT FLIGHT FLYING INSTRUCTION.SERVIC1I! A1r- CALL TilE MAN UP PAYMENTS on 2month.old -

wll1 receive. price sup- I and a marketing quota estab- : t'hzirgs If hot I New Innerspring'S plane ren.tals. Greyhound Bus FROM KEYSTONE t beautiful Stereo

port at an average of 61.6 lished each year. UnKler-ma.r- Farmers In Brad.1ord. County I :i I 1)5111.. III advun.'e. ____ ..35.IehIIorlule : aiid Box Springs Ch.arter Keep you party together Console, like new. <.speed< rei -
k cents per pound, according to keUngs from the 1967 quota wee reminded today that .' charter a baa. Phone George E. LaRue i cord changer. Balance due. .

) tuart. Sm5lflon..Chah'man! can be carried over and ap- II/nUP/ Js now under way for I RMO utlonl Drop U. A canS 01' Call 9oS409f. tteJaIrINSUBANOJD INSURANCE AGENCY $68. or $8 per month. Also
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: PAlATKA EA 3-9186
feed buy COLOR T.ELE-:
good' on
Altricultural StllbUIBlltlon and plied to this year's crop. participants In the Keystone Ilts. 473-4692
Conservation State Committee. Loan rates by IndiviJualgrad& grain proaram. The commOd.lty 7 cents I"r word URS. PEGGY SIIALLEB I VISION. Phone COLLECT

.,Thll' 196 1-crop prkeauppOrt1eve1isabout will bc I1UIIQUnced. !-t..a program,..sIgna1s) being !' 209 Eo Adklna St.StarW. AT REDUCED RATES STARTINO new classes for Jacksonville, 353.1946, any-

:J per cent later dllt.e. :' :', .l.' .held 1Lt-the Jc.VOUflt3_ office I' C\ltf 0. T1IA'JKS'" : .. Agent AUTO, FIRE, BOAT our late comers. Tap Banet time; ask for Credit Manager,
Will 1 deliver no obligation. .A1 -
1111iher. thlln the 1967 crop ur1ha the same verlod.'eb' DOYLE' Eo CONNER
Acro, etc. Ph. 964-7098. trchgI
sVerae eve1 .o! 59.9 cents per Road. ..'t. : 'UItI'Y 'thJ'QUliI1.' March 15. ; 10 words 01' less -__ 9.00 ENSVRA1CE AGENCY Warehouse 1606 Main st.,
County -I' Jacksonville Pin. 4t.chg 2Q9!
-. I ,Lat.0fl: ,Morian, 1r., Chair- Each: wore'' over'.SI o) .- .07 ttchg I I.
Increase In the 1968 Agricultural Stabiliza.tign : JIMMy
Joan'rate reflects the Program Sef. County
llyeraae ,and Conservation .
I L relUe, In .he prices of goods I. ', :s sI '.COmtnltte8, urges that tarmets: SILVER SAND I.A-ICE I Adult Education classea! El.Inentary .-

tlnd' services whlcl1,farmers secondarY. ,road who wish tq take part In the I- $2.700 to $3-.500 AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE MOORE BOAT FOR I and Secondal'J'
1 i ught during the past three I A 1968-69 me their applications '
program b ti LAKE YOUR MONEY I
GATOR hONE Phone 86".5341 96t-SUO.
calendar years compared with building program conau.tll1II' early. The applications Indlocate _
& Shallow) Wells Starke PI1. 9M.1S791 I ltchg
$3.575 to $4.275 Deep -
19/19/ prices, 8t! provided by paving project has beep the farmer's' program in- .
Jaw. adopted by the Bradford ten 1I0n8, IncludIng the extent EASY TERMS Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE -

.: Price support Is mandatory :, County Commbslon. of .his participation. See'S.' E. MeKay Expert Service On SPECIAL -Like new Johnson BACKHOE DOZERS

Q"n all kinds ()t tobacco for The Board decided\ this Under both the teed &Taln heights AU Makes 20 hp. with Electric DUMP TRUCKS

which marketing quotas are In week, according to Clerk program for 1968. farmers TOOLS AND nS-4740 Keystone or nS-4JS2! Phone 964.7061 Starter ReI' 335.00 now MOTOR GRADER

rfect. Flue-cul'ed tobacco I Charles Darby, to notify the: may earn diversion and price- Phones: 473-48111 DURRANCE PUMP $350.00 25.TON CHANE

"frowers! approved the contln.la State Road Department that well asqualify' LADDERSFOR
) lion: 'of Acreage-Poundage the Santa Fe Lake Road Is. loans
for prke-aupport : FOR SALE-BRICK ,
Iay week, or month.-Brad- FOR RENT unfurnished 3
,Program for, Ute .1968. 1959 the one and only project on Its' 'on thelr"crop" ; feed grain diverston : REPITI ready for occupancy. 3 bed- ford County Telegra.ph. Phone ; In sales of ''beclrom house Convenient to

:and J970'crops In a referen- new priority list. payments will be available I room 14 bath tcated Just 964-6SM. tf. Real Eltt'ate and In appraiSals: shopping area. $65 per. mo.I 0Ditches
;:dum held In July 1967 Under Feeling that other roads to all program participants In I outside of city limits In for estatea. corporate and individual 417 W. Call st. Call 475-5276
"!Jhls program, each tobacco placed on the secondary list 1968. DID YOU KNOW U'3 easy to I Plnebl'eeze. Eaa' monthly 3 bedroom home In the coun- owners. 30 year!! ax.perlen.ce Long DI.tance. ttchJr I Dug

own a Lonrenamp Home? terms. Longchamp COll8t Co. try. PrIced to sell. In Florida land mat.tera. I

I B. C. Homesteaders Better built for Florida lIv- Contact Buf01d Mitchell, 2 bedroom borne in the city. A. J. Thomas, Licensed JOHMSON'S STORE. Waldo i iF1a. Lots Cleared

7CTY! FISH AND MEAT MKT inll' Your plans or ours pane 964-6M3, P. O. Box Must saorlflce. Real: Estate Broker Starke.FIn. .- ew and nearly new la.' Fill Dirt

Asked To Meet Your Jot or ours..Contact Bu- 23B starke. tf 235 acres. Partially improved. Tel. 964-5701. tfchg dies', meMo and chlLdrena'!

Now with larger stock of 'fin ford Mitchell phone 964.tS53 REAL ESTATE clothes and shoes very cheap.'
open a 1 Deadline
April P. O. Box 238, Starke.tfeig. THANK YOU NOTES-Beau. FOR RENT-2 bedroom mobile 3128''
and staple groceries, fresh vegetables, : / tlfully engraved 14 gold or BUY- SELLTRADE home furnished. Phone I Btp I R. E. 'Bob'Daley

About 1,000 Bradford Couni silver, $1.25 for box of 25. In- BILL POWELl. 964-7498, tfcha: FOR SALE 3 bedroom, Z i
and the finest meats at the lowest prices i ty home owners have still not YOUR BEST BARGAIN AD.1JLT cluding envelopes. Bradford Real Estate bath concrete block home In

Come In To See Us.ERNEST applied for their 196a homestead B\SIC AND GENERtL County Telegra.ph. tt 4.0" W. I\lAdlscR st. FOR RENT -Modem, furn., Saratoga Helgbts. Phone I

exemption Tax Assessor EDUCATION CLASSES. ENROLL Phones Off. 964.646. Ished, 1 BR Apt. Central heat: 7369 or 964.5859 after IS p.964'1
ALLEN Gene Long said this week. NOW. ELE\IENTARY: William Graudon : $45 & ut111t1es. No'chlldren or,

II 'Deadline (.0 apply is April 1. ANt/ SECONDAR1. Phone and WE BUY used furniture, ap. pets Call 9&4.622S. tfch:. I IPAINTING
REDUCE simple
: safe '
Homeowners have only to sign 961-5341 or 964-6150. Itch pllances 01' anything of value Exterior or In-
fast with Oobese Tablets. OnJY'98C' 1rI 117 South 3rd
for children St.
their to the applications terlor. Minor house repairs.
I names Dahmers Discount House, 9647923
THIS WEEKEND SPECIALS ,. mailed them and return NEW MOBILE HOMES, Chic- Kooh's Drug. J8tp!! 2122 tfchgCURISTMAS my home day or night. Phone Free estimate. Prompt service. Palatka, Fla.

I the application to ng' of.flce. kasha 20' x 24' wl Clemson, Layton travel trail- LAYAWAYS Phone 325-3496
.. I II' I 80-acre farm: 40( acres
u. S. GOOD BEEF The 1,000 Long says, are]I II I era, Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. Improved pasture 40( wooded LEFT UNCLAIMED: COLOR TV FLORIDA TRAD.ERS -
sell trar1e. Year bank fi.nanclng. : Antiques bought and
I home owners who took advan'l Buy [young pine,]. 2 deep wells, SEWING MACHINES : We FOR SALE 21 cu. freezer
Chuck lase ot Ute $5,000 tax exemp- I tree set up and de. fenced. cross fenced. FIne 60' have two 1008 Dlal-O-Mat.lc sold' Top cash paid for FIne caD 1533-2006 alter 6 or week-

I tlon last year but who have I II livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER barn. Sturdy cement block Zig Zaga that have never been CLEARANCESALE Furniture -Olaasware. Hwy 17 Cnds.! tfcb

STEAK OR ROAST LB. 59c I a.ppar mtly..forgotten to renew I MART, 1N., 6912 Blanding, ranch: 7 rms". 4 bnns-bath. used. They were Christmas lay Green COve Springs Blending
"ax. 771-8776. ttchg Blvd. Orange Park. tfchg FOR SALE-2 bedroom furnIshed -
never picked up.
their appJcations.! I Gas heat Panellet: L. R. w- aways
CLUB STEAK LB. 79c: lost, tomers left area. You can have house with furnished
I Those who may have FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration fireplace. Ideal location-near FOR SALE 4 lots 6 miles -
their original application schools col1ege. A FamIly these machines for the bal- WESTINGHOUSE rental cOttare on same lot.
I I Service. Home and town( South of Sta.rke. Reasonable.
ALL MEAT STEW LB. 69 of .$47 each. cash or Located 1 block from B7LSand
: mailed from Long's office can. Commercial. Phone 473-3090- Man's Farm: $33,500. ance 19" Portable $299.00 I Phone days 964-5801; even- Starke Elementary.
Fresh obtain a. duplicate by con.tacting P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg Terms. terms. Phone with trade: 21" Console I jngs 468-1 147. 2tchg 2'23' School Rental unit would
lIonv1l1e, 353-1946. anytime.
i : the office, either In, No. 625-20 acre poultry flinn.
GROUND BEEF 3 LBS. $1.17 I person.or by letter. VALID REASONS for selling 4 bJdlts. 3 bedroom CBS home. : Ask for credit Manager. wm Instant On $319.00 FOR RENT-1 bedroom tum- make payment Jt financed.

I I this hen farm grossing i6.0oo On U. S. Hwy. $2<<.750, Terms.Ito. deliver no obJlptlon. with trade: 23" Console Ished apartment for couple. Contact Louise Rainier, 633

Briiket or FIRST METhODIST net last year. Modern home. 636-1"1a" Ret. farm.'CBS 5tchg 2:29: I Instant On $419.00 Also 2 bedroom untumlshed McMahone. P'h. 9646279.

RIB STEW LB. 39c CHURCH.! ST.HKESiinday I truck and tra.ctor. A. .3. I home 3 bedroom5 dining Beautiful Lowery organ used I with trade: 25" Console house In aurburbll. W. H. NoU-I ttch.I .
'I CnW'Ch SchooJ'1SU I Thomas. Realtor, Starke. Fla.I I room. 4Wi miles' town.. $11,1100.. .less than 2 months can save Instant On (A beauty man. !nO N. Cherry. tfchg FOR 8A1.JI1: Pinto Barrel

4)) moked Morn.1ngo Worship, Tel. 964.5701. 11chl Good tt'rms. ) $519.00 with horse 2 4 2 Also one 3
orFRESH : a. 11l., ; you $GOO. on display at Dali- LOSE WEIGHT safely with I yrs. yr.
PICNIC LB. '39c 11 a. m.; Snick sapper for NEWLY DJ ORATED 2 bedroom STROUT RBAJ 'mers Discount House, 964., trade. Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 9ac old pony. Call R. Mo" R5Sdl:
2117 N.
Temple ,
M.YP, 6 p..3Ti.: MYF meetlnis, house In Hampton 3 7923. ItchgHQUSE of above at Mitchell Drugs. tip 3'7'' Jr. Keystone His 4734435lip
Starke, Fla.t Only 1 each
'SMOKED BACON LB. 49l '6:3 1:30:: ( p.p. IU.MondaY'm..; Eve1ng Won.hlp, blocks from new elementaryschool. t 904' 004.6609 Poi' Rent-f bedroom,, avaIlable, Puny 'guaranteed FOR RENT -Xtra. large lot I
mont.h. Call Mrs.
$50 furnished or untumlshed. bucked by IW"nll" lJon'1m1 for Mobile horne. Call 964- FOR RENT-2 bedroom turn-
Fresh Fray r Oroup,; Roy P. Olover, Hampton 4681279 Petunia Plants for Sale. Also Ished house In good ne h.bor-
and Itp
heat 76Z5. I
'CEDAR KEYS MULLET LB. 19c .jo ...,.rn.' : Mt"n's Club 'I p. m.' : after 5 p. m. tCchg : Snap Dragon plants 256 a Central tonll1ll'! Wall to wall carpet. out on lowest prices hood. PrIvate Drive way. HenI -

Wednesday Bit.e Study doz. while they Jut Mrs. W. ever. So hurry. WANTED TO RENT-Modern ncr Apts. 633 McMahon at.
964.7389 or
: Center Cut'PORK and, Prayer .Meeting. 7:30: p. 964-7712 HOUSE FOR SALEPhone Up A Stern, phone 964.6614. Ph. (68.1152.tfcha 3 bedroom: kitchen furniShed, phone 9646279. ttehg

m !I Itchg l SLADE hook up for electric washer I

CHOPS LB. 69c : Thursday Cbancel Choir, Real good piano Ideal for be. turn- FOR SALE-5 room house and and dryn. Oood heating ayatem. HOUSE for rent-See R. W.
House full of real ROOd
I Rehearsal.! 7:30: p. m.. i ginners for sale. Payments Daliiners carport.. $14 W. Adkins St Gas & Appliances Write Don Andres. 1114 Brannen. 620 W. Weldon St.
: II Iture for only $2/10.00/ at -
t Friday World Day of, only $9.55 per month at Dahmets Discount lIouse, 9647923. Phone 96-75. lii Of Starke Inc Myrtle Lane, Cocoa. Fla. 329- Phone M4.6449. lip
I I! Prayer at First Methodist: Discount: Ifuuse. 9&41923. I 22. lip
t itelig FOUR BEDROOM house carport THREE Ou Heaters, $17. $20
Church Junior Choir Rehearsal. : tchgFCR :1 333 W. Madison Street
: central Air Cond., heat MUST SELL lot 100.100, $22. Phone 4-5388.. ltchg
3 p. m. Paul Men lock bJdg. tOI d block bllr. two bath. Reta1J
SALE-H' plywood boat. Large Jot. :: Britt A1varez
WE STOCK, A O"PUTE LINE OF GROCERIES I' 1967 18 h. p Evirirucie h'aUer. l'OR. RENT-3 room unfurnIshed small business. Close to achool]I HOUSE For rent Come T live bait shop, equipped for

... 607 E. nrownlt' 'I A elaaaifleci brings ad reawel.In the Tele.cr'pb 3 new tires. Call 9647708. house 732 Alien Road. and business district. Ph. 964.. Cherry & South St. .. 'J 1 1Quigley. :'. wholesale. Phone 9&4.6314. A elaaailleci ad 10 the Te1e-

I 2tcb8 229w Pi 1/64-70'13./ 2t. 229JkW 6314. _- 111vnA>> Ji h. 964-6424. itch Ir lip graph brings re.aJtI. .


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FED. 22,1885 BRADFORD COUNTY TELRORAl'ii 8T RK& n.oam& "SectfonP Ord

A Sensible IAg Complex Formally Opened : ': J j' I

Several hundred residents and
visitors saw the formal dedication .

of Bradford's new $60; Return Of Credits For 19'53. ?
: AN EDITORIAL 000 agriculture complex on .
.' North Temple :Ave. at the ''fair-

It was indeed a sad day for public education in grounds Former Sunday.County dommisston- w i 1'y # I :Set By Clay Electric Board

Florida when over a third of the state's school teachers er George Roberta, the dedicatory .
'. walked out of their classrooms in protest of conditions speaker, was introduced
I ,', they consider intolerable. Call it resigning, a strike or "aa the man who led the'right The Board ot 'I'nuteea of he will receivd''a' .refund check
whatever the teachers are not at their jobs. In obtaining money" for the Clay Electric Cooperative ;have .tor 8.3 per cent of. that
com lex. Roberts was on the approved the return ot capital amount.. c c ;
Even in quiet, calm little Bradford County 22 of commlulon when the ag ''build- credits in March, for the year Sine'19.; .... GIay Electrlo
197 teachers left their classrooms. This may be sur- Ing waa first IPlaJmed. 191>3..AJmoat. has ma.lnf.in a margin each
He told the large group at- -. 12.000 captla1 credit whit th. 'exception: ot
prising to many parents, but there are strong feelings :year
tending the dedication and open ; refund checks totaling $03.- 1950 wheie huriicane caused tiextenstird
on the part of those teachers who walked out. This house In cold weather y k 1 1 1au
824 will be matted to members
damage to the d1el1butlOn,3ybtem. -
writer has talked personally with of them and ra :
Sunday afternoon new 1 (i L1' who received their electric .
there Is no Indication that any of the 22 is taking the building should be easily available ? service from the cooperative dits h'v. 'been'.refunded..for Capital cre-
situation lightly.In to fannIng intereeh much 10 19S3. the announcement 1948. ,1849;,'I 51.and.1952.

a county where the superintendent school board more. 80 were than located if agriculture on the second offices --' I a l v ,i6a S Syyb .ald. ThIs represents about 8.3 ."It is not>iIo sLble to refund
per cent or the 1953 member'8'total
school administrators and teachers all know each other floor of a new coul'lthouse' electric bills. capital. 'credits'ttne'same year
"Th.ls Is an agriculture com- that .the, margin\ Ss' realized
and have a close working relationship, these few felt The margin realized by Clay .
plex of which I feel, Bradford ..for.I.1i .w..ihere would be
compelled to take a different path than most of their Electric for 1953 amounted to
County can be very proud. It no re.!er e, whIch 1s a necessIty -
.., colleagues.We and r $83.514. representing the dif- &ODd'business;
III already a busy facility it practices
do not believe these 22 are any less dedicated it is being need;" Rolberts said."The T :, _, p.i wre l l ference consumers 10 pail what for members-electric are maintained;"the' trusfeees'
and the
need was here said -
than those educators who remained on the job if "dedicated" -
county met it;' the Starke Insurance service and what It coat to
Electric cOoPeratives
is the proper word. They are respected by their executive continued provide them this service Uo are
fellow educators; they include some of the county's bet- "The. purpose of the 'building ether terms capital C1'edltsJ, memberowned. The) :memberconaumerkecetves and' 1100111'0m. --

ter teacbers. III to serve the entire county, -'!'''' the announcement saW. eleetrio service: at, 008t.
both rural and urban. inter.ests. : This return I.s figured! on a'
The Legislature's $254 million education-tax relief the e.nnouncment. ..laId.. '
I' Home DemonstratlonAgent' llarthaSue Dedicatory speaker George Roberta _late pro-rata basis and no matter ......
package was explained to all county teachers Sqnday Roberts! predicted a booom In bow much the consumer' to- .
lUt'CDhl snips the ribbon atthe entrance to Miss McCain and CAR. OI' THANK9
and they were urged to accept it and keep working. agriculture In north Florida ;I County Agent; George tal electric hUla were for 11>>3.Blstant .
But the 22 chose instead, to go with the Florida Edu- pointing to the county's high the t'ollnty's new agrl'llIture' mplex: at tile DIICglns looks on from the speaker's stud. We would like to express
standing In.. 'broiler production dedication of the fncillty"IIIIIIQ.Y afternoon. i
cation Association-called walkout. our'thanks to aU Who extended -
Its being among the top five Mary Ella Water on, comforting '
Gene Shaw of Starke and officers Charles Darby( Gene of the finest over-a.U facilities ,Farm Forester BeD, sympathy during -
The FEA, a professional organization to the teachers counties In egg production, and Tommy the Ulnesa and ices of.pur
of Large and J R. .
old of timber and Ralph Tyro Oity. Long : Kelly. In the state.All SOU ConservaUOIbIat iBWHau,
and a "union" to many others apparently rejected strawberry standbys Interests. Also in attendance were The new buUdln.g. brings to- officials or the new ag and Mlss McCain and 8ugglns.Prankster. loved, one" spedaU: aretweJrateM :
the bipartisan legislative package as insufficient on its Roberta Is also chairman of County Commissioners Jerome gether under a single) roof all complex were on hand to greet attached _seatbelt >tc, ,Dr...Ba ry. For antOxa
fa.ce. FEA says it objects to the fact that the Legislature the co nty's new zoning committee Johns, 2edra Hamilton, and allied agricultural Interests on vlsLtors. They Include: AMilst- to HuglJa! new chair nhla +fldr:5fferlt! >a .food.;'andother
raised $830 million'In taxes during an education session and he once again took Starke City Councilmen ,Orle! the same location aa the farm- ant County Agent Bobby Taylor new office to keep him from seta of lilndnees. ire,.are
but'that'onl' $120 million reaches grades K.12 after the the opportunity while addressIng Wiggins,. Jimmy McRae, and er'a market and county agri- secretaries Anna.Green and failing out. during the .many dgeply, ., : wille' ,&nd
'. : tax ro.lIback. agricuLture interests to as- Nell Tucker, and numerous I culture fair buildings. Local Faye .Mal'lowe, ASS Officer hours .he III expected to spend 8rate.f1llr ;
sure the farmers their interests. other officials/ Including county I officialS tnlnK It provides one Mrs.June ChlltpDlan and her as In the chair. tamUv. : of Garfield. Jobriati .-- .--
The FEA says it is fed up with new taxes being "Will ''be recognized" in. the : I
passed i in l the name of education when they actually go proposed zoning code.
for other.things. The organization claims the recent "Cooperation between farmIng .
special education session was no exception.FEA and business virtually assures -
the success of agriculture -
;says it would have gone for the $267 million here, Roberta concluded.
.senate package with no property tax relief included. pointing to the recent calf
." scramlble.
:. The package the FEA rejected is the most that Present County CommlllSlon
any Legislature in the history of the state has passed Chairman Dave .shu4'ord of I

i at one time. It t is an improvement over present allocations COI"8monole.ll.Lawtey acted Home as Demonstration Master of. I
; and it has satisfied the FEA as far as salary is con- ,. it
Agent Martha McCain cut
". ,: '. While salary was an issue in September, :riot I the ribbon to formally open
", one teacher to whom we have talked this week will the 'building and County Agent 4 a
admit it is an issue now. George Huggins opened the
:front door with his "golden"
At any rate the 22 Bradford teachers went out. key.
with FEA; as have thousands of teachers across the .shuford welcomed visitors ; ffr
state. The local ,teachers disagree with the timing the from eight counties to begin
FEA used in submitting their pre-signed resignations the ceremonies at 2 pm. and t,.
they complain they are not receiving enough information Introduced Cecil Crawford. of
who the In.voca-
.,.. s,., ..........-.W)<.Lm'lw..fU- : f xom. their state"Q a'an.ization, and they ,.-.,-'s! ,rv."'.,, Lawtey gave.a. r ra
, are vitally disturbed by the necessity.of their actions. 'ttanLonnie Harley pt'eIIldent of

But each and everyone will tell you he has taken the Bradford County Farm Bu-
reau, was recognized and In a
the big step of resigning because he believes in edu- brief talk he outlined assistance ,
cation. They left their jobs, they say to uphold their the group has given the .
profession their dignity, and their selfrespect. new complex project and pledged .u :
further cooperation. ;.
Many teachers still in the classroom silently agree The building was declared of-
with those who have left the job. many would follow ficially opened and guests were !
but are prevented by various reasons incuding the basic invited to tour the complex and
necessity of putting food on the table.It to have refreshments during
. the three-houl' open. house. z
would be a mistake for anyone to assume that Officiate attending the ceremonies !I
the 22 teachers who walked out in Bradford County were State Senator J.I ., S- r
are the only ones in sympathy with the objectives of Emory (Rt'I1)l) Cross and Reps.
the FEA.

Better communications between the teachers, the 71Jt
legislators the State Superintendent, and the Governor 9S
are definitely needed If the crisis is to be resolved before
further damage is done.
'CL6661 I
Attorney General Earl Falrclpth made the first con-
structive suggestion toward this end late Wednesday. ,
lIe advocated closing all schools down for a five-day
moratorium and naming a high-level seven-man medita- I
tion board to meet and resolve the stalemate rather Ii

than standing apart and tossing long distance brick- 12 'Wises i II
bats. In our opinion, that makes sense and offers 1\,\ e e e

the first ray of hope in what. otherwise appears to be a \ Custom Made I
hopeless situation.
\ F"I' Florida Living I

I YOU Get More

I Ale Salaried or Commissioned I J .
Sr '" Employees; I i hI* ''IIIli! 'I'1 !

"' DAD&
Join The Wise >'f i
YOU Benefit!

Buyers .. Everybody's -

.S I AU Sizes en Display
Saving At 8.10.12 Wades

Ask and Expal1dables

E. -

New and Used

I Charley
8-Yr.. financing available
I Johns
UN Our Rental-Pur-

ALA I chase Plan-Payment.
5 Under $50 Per MonthNOW. I
U I About this question:

"Vacation travel includes ,
/ the hazard of accidents -,

/ Up To 36 Months To Pay theft or injuries 1ft far
away places. Does the j This is a limited time 'offer. The biggest
COME SEE YOU'LL BE Charley E. Johns Agency Mobile Home Sites
I CONVINCED +' I have connections with in. AVAILABLE money-saving opportunity ever to own a '68 Mustang. '

8uranee agents and adjust. Full Lake Privileges Look for, the White Tag. Act now. See your
We have one of the best TV ers all over the country q
I Homestead Exempt-
Technicians in this Section. to give prompt clalm Nrv. Financing Ford Dealer today. Drive a Mustang home tonight.

,' C. H. NASWORTHY P ice In any emergency?" ,I : Big savings.on every car with the White Tag. p.,Np?

FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Charley E. .JOtinsAgency. Lake Geneva MustngHartopTERWILLEGAR

Trailer Sales

r w 131 S. Walnut St. MOTO.RS.j
Oa Route toe One Mile SEHeystoae I
PHONE 96-1.5070 heightsOpen
Sun. &: Evenings :.j i 206 West Madison St. Starke, Florida Phone 91U.7200



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Iteetteer 'Tiro Pave Twer IITAIUt1II,. PLOIUDA THtJRBD"Y, FED. 22, 1968 ._ -
"' -- -- -- -

.. To The
"y r An Open Letter

Sc'hQol' Board

i. '1 Brad rd County
w '
D I' Dear MI' Hall, Mr. Lawson, Mr. Holiday, and Ml" Bennett;:

to know why we, rue mll'LOrltrc4
Wabelleva you :bave a rIght
decided to ioln the
Dear Mr Matthews: teachers In Bradford County

.... Last Friday afternoon my majority of teachers In the state of Florida do resignIng our

first and fourth grade dill'dren : positions.It .
excited amended Senate BI1l i1X, jf It becomes
came home, I. true that the

J 'p : ,Dar about the events and Honors law, provides more funds for us than our educationally anj..

of their day at school They POverlabed! county has ever bad. However. under the original

began to tell me about the bill w' would] have received still more (aJbout $90,000. plea'
teachers who would not be the amended bill has no pro-
several benefits. For example,
there- Monday morning and crowdlld classrooms except: for first
vl8l0ll1l relieve the
related ot the things
some ?, : .rr. 3,
they had heard said by the grade.l)
Is the duty we deal as cltlzeps
teachers and their olassoiatee But our greatest concern
stands to realize largebened'lts
I.1mmedlately. got the Impression of Florida. While Bradford county

that they were happy from the bill a.s !It now stands, the educational re-

over the prospects of not having suite] to the state as a whole] range from grossly insuMicient

to go to school Monday '"f J S 1 ''r' l j1'' ,{ U r to actually harmful. Perhaps the most dangerous thing

but It cUd my heart good to about the amended SB 77X Is that It prohibits counties who

see their faces light up with 11 la4a wish to achIeve a greater degree of educational excellence

pride/ u each of them an- themselves t.o do so by the 10 mill maxImum.We .
from taxing
pounced that their teachers
back ant watch such a fundamenW
feet that we cannot
were not going trD "walk out: to
American tradition as the rIght of an Individual or group
I would like to take this opportunity -
to say how :proud ; i'&t ahead b'y' selt-sacrlflce and determination be legislated]
,b rl of the whole: a healthy organ.in .
and appreciative I am of away Our county Is only part

those who "stuck." I think a diseased body Is of no value even to Itself and soon

they have displayed honesty .rj d ,. 'becomes part of the decay.

tit + and integrity In honoring We salute the efforts you have made In the past to bring

their contracts and! as you so quality education to this county and realize the more dearly]
aptly stated In your editorial,
what frustration you must have felt when Jour efforts apdrecommendatlona
''I'here's no excuse for break'ing
( Sr unheeded. We feel we Dave you the
pJ 1 went
the law. Most of all they
have .shown dedication and effort we are now making to brIng quality education to

', G 1 I ry unde1'lltanding .by not betraying Fiorillo and t to Increase the degree of quality possible for

r the confidence of our ddldren Bradford 'County. We hope more of those with whom we have

t'U. 1 r i .. It should warm their k i t ter A i '' worked will realize this situation also] and help brIng the
# w
f I
ir, ; ; ? hearts It dI4' mine, to f b, theIr to our
M: as fl L ? issue!' to a speedier[ conclusion by adding support
know that the children are
5 growIng
Vkv %! proud of them. The old saying
fir' Tn closing, we wish to emphasize these two Items: First,
still holds true, there are tlr M, I tWk' ,
", Y h we are satl.tled with the salary proposals under either ver-
can't buY.
things: money
In fallmese to those. teachers i sIon of SoB TTX, but we cannot accept the educational deflclits
G .1 w Inherent In the amended SB 'l7X. Second, we have resigned
woo resigned, ;I believe that }A nlnlndS+ R'h. hnt .r + !
some ot them were very s1J:1cere1n : v from not struck, tile Bradford 'County school system. We

R i their desires to Improve the ,..- all wIsh to practice our profession but only under conditions

overall educational system. conducive to good teaching We hope those conditions can
The Governor Flies Teacliera Walk Sit
Certainly we all know that ; Pupils be achieved In Florida I9WIf'tly enough that we 'wail be a1le]

there are many 1nadequac1ea. .. to remain In this area for rehIre. We sIncerely hope that
However I feel that their"Unlon"
we will not be forced to begin seekIng those necessary con'ditlons
> chosen the path
; 'y hu
'r.0; ,,lrr i ;.iwl, i F'i'! that wll1. consequently, be a fARMER'SAs DIARY elRcwhpre.

de rlment to their cauae. The Yours In education,
genera! pubLIc rebels against the season progresses, widely than any of the other The Bradford TeacherS Dedicated to Quality Education
'ot'i and berries are lakes In the and
tactics more more area one possible -
l threats and :pressure :
available .for sale along the explanation Is that there
T'{ and the teaching profession >Sa SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS
V now at a ]low ebb in pUblic highway,\dcsplte the prolong- are holes In the bottom'Which
epell of cold gather, which drain it ort periodically. It

,, opinion.The :FEA contends that its Included some freezing tem- l must be something of that We are grateful to City Recreation checks will Include the 13 per

walkout Is based on moral newell pera.tures and plenty of frosts nature for about 10 years ago, DIrector Oene Ray cent Increase In benefits As

1ssues. I have Damage. to fruit and bloom w when Brooklyn fell about 13 burn for hIs cooperation in of now, those receiving SOCial
as '
money '
: Cloudius no contract with my employer has ,.becai Um1tcd to the per w feet, nearby Lake Geneva was getting our meeting changed Security can earn only $125
II'JI' Disneyland the ] that have the afternoon the Sen- month, of $1,500 per year
but, U I were to resign, would lions of plant down only a few feet. to For per
moral to give been exp<>sed. Ior Citizens, this Is much more The new law allows us to earn
.c. feel a obligation .
While.his state suffered agonies doubtedly be used by his publicrelations him at least two weeks notice.I One thing that puzzles us Is convenIent, and attendance $140 per month, or $1,680, per

of the worst peacetime crisis in firm to gain nationwide understand that official notice If you should ride past a that there Is a story that has improved year. Anyone over 72 can earn

its history, Governor Claude Kirk political acclaim for Kirk in his has not been received .berry planting and hear a By Sam l\leGarvey Brooklyn Lake went cry about We had. a gala St Valen- any amount he or she Is able

of the "walkers" as gunshot don't duck instinctIvely 50 years ago and yet no one tine's party highlighted by a to without losing any benefits.
continued his from
political junket in campaign for the Vice Presidency many or one thing or another going
u Sam did last week, as game In which Alex Morton Starting In April, those
to know whether 1t
seems actually -
California with tIme out for the if he had around, and Sam picked a
tour- (or even Presidency, yet.I second the berry planter Is not POPping' up happened or not. CertaInly and Enuna Schafer were are covered by Part B of
ing Disneyland dancing at his way), am now serving my bug of some kInd that put him have $4 deducted -
term as President of a PI"A away at you, but rather there are a large number crowned King and Queen of !Medicare will
the Ambassador Hotel in Holly- at the birds which raiding on hJ3 back for nearly a Hearts. from their monthy] checks
I of people In this area who
As political pundit Duane Brad- and fully adm1t.tha have.
The he's
week best
cure ever
wood on his first wedding anniver- ford reminds us with chilling ac- failed to do the job I should the .1lelds Incidentally, the found for that trouble Is rest are old enough/ to know If it As visitors and new members to cover some health ,benet1ts
have done. Last before berry patches are now a pretty happened and there must be are always welcome we which formerly had, not been
Calvin Coolid year In while the bugs 1n
it e's 'bed goal
sary.A curacy, was threat picture or solid !green, as the pictures In exlstenee to were pleased] to greet Mrs provided for
the "walk out" was prove
newil flash on television late settlement of the Boston police his body .battle It out with the to
ever mentioned I tried to get! plant are bIll' and bushy and the tact Vector, Mrs Crawford, and We were deeply
Tuesday night said that the Gov- strike in 1919 that catapulted the the public Interested dn their almost cover the beds. bad ones Mrs. Grider. It was good to hear of the sudden death of
ernor would deign to return to dour Massachusetts Republican schools and tried to inaugurate It IU It Is supOsed) there Is see Margaret Jackson back J. W. VanBusklJk: the husband -
Tallahassee Wednesday with a governor from relative national a "citizens study" of the We atteniled: the dedicatIon Of all the lakes around this a hole In the bottom of the agaIn and looking well of one of our members,

plan that would put the teachers political] obscurity into the Vice entire school system In Bradford of the new Agriculture Center sectIon, Brooklyn Lake at lake then It would seem that The Bradford County FaIr Is on Tuesday, Feb. 20. In Key-

back to work within a matter of Presidency of the United States. County Perhaps my last Sunday and It was a bIg Keystone Helllhts Is one 01 some means of stopping it up not too far away As usual stone Height All the senior
day .agrlcultural complex the most mysterious. It Is going friends extend -
hours. timing and approach WU would be the only) feasible the Senior Citizens booth will citizens and many
"Although conditions are ex- wrong and no doubt, my motives which !Is one of the ,best In down again and there are solution to the problem. Not be In conjunction with that of their sincere sympathy

Although "the plan" will have tremely different now on the misinterpreted, but I this part of the state And we about u many explanations] that the task would be easy, the Recreation Department. to Grace Va.n.Busklrk.
been might add, that also goes for for the drop !In water level as Members who haven't started The next meetIng will be
disclosed before this editorial strike front from what they were could not set the Idea off the for In our efforts to control
; is in print right naw" we're during the' Samuel Gompers era, ground. Some of my !greatest the personnel who are located there are residents. along Its the level of Sampson Lake we on handcrafts prodects, such held at 1:30: p. m. Tuesday,

keeping our fingers crossed, hop.- Florida's statewide teacher walk' opposition came from teachers 1n the fine. new. building. shores. had a drainage well dug some as knitting, crochetIng, tat' Feb. 27, at the Pratt Street

ing that it has more' substance out is nonetheless a historical who are among the most mill' tIme ago, and that effort re- ling, wood carving etc. are Recreation Center The new
'Walk' With a. lot of rain and cold Here's the mystery: Brooklyn urged to do so now. The Fair time will make tt more convenient -
than other tent !In the .present suIted In more trouble than
"plans" announced firs t; Bradford observes. As
by weather there's lot of fluNEWS Lake fluctuates
I the a more manager hopes to see a good to come and meet your
out impression
good results.
the Governor in the past for solving such, it attracts national attention that of the professional display of wick made by fellow aenior citizens and join
the ills] of Florida and the will be Kirk many -
education, spotlight on educators .felt that a non- --- Senior Citizens. in with us. I
However almost
in settlement he might make.It anything SocIal Security
According any teacher, citizens committee February's Joseph Kerrigan
to the television would be better than tryIng
would undoubtedly gain him was not capable ot conducting And NOTES .. i
newscast of Tuesday night, Gov, : "borrow" water from another -
Kirk said the teachers who much more free publicity than his a study of the school system lake-suc. as Banta Fe '
reopening of a school] boy's lemonade We are expected to believe For r, ':'f
walked off their'' jobs this week Today' Homemakers -because If there Is one thIng r 'iirtt I' r
told and not to
stand several months ago. what we are property owners are sensitive y
expressing frustration over look for ourselves By Martha Sue MeCaln about !It Is their Jake. In discussing : .,
the actions of the Democratic And while we're on the subJect AU the intelligence Is not the problem, experts

dominated Florida legislature.We of "plots;' with which Gov Kirk conflnecll to the teaching professIon County Edenslon advised caution In fooling 1
thinK it seems so intrigued, perhaps we and ,good "commonsense" Home Economics Agentl around with Nature. We'd add t '
more likely that Is still important. I ,,, r
they wily be forgiven for ..-... -, another cautiondon't start
are expressing frustration seeing one of have had parents tell me how J_ fooling around with another ,

over a Governor who thinks so our own. Is it possible that the they tried to help In the OPEN 11011S11: and th.ree-Iourths cups lima lake In order to help your

little of their plight that he flits present impasse in the school sit' schools, but have been ignored Bad Weather, Good Crowd, beans [fresh or frozenl, I and own, Pis

about California making silly uation has been or Insulted. I think some Fine Fo1ka] That Just about thr.-lourth.s cupS tomato ,

speeches about various and sundry engineered by teachers refuse to accept the .soma up our feeling regarding sauce [cannedl two-thirds

"plots" to re-elect President Gov. Kirk's public relations brain fact that the taxpayers are Open House this past Sunday cup chopped, onions, 1 andthreefourths 9

Johnson, with time out now and trust to give them an opportunity theIr employers.In Everyone was most) kind to cope com 'Uresh.[ LETTERS N ''x
my opinion our echool share part of their Sunday or iroaenl 1 teaspoon sugar, v
then for a wisecrack such as the to build up his hero Image, If I situation bolls down to a few afternoon one-fourth to thl'ee-foul'ths
By Lynn IIamUton, 01 Southern Marine
one intimating that a big ape he and when he "settles" it? j simple questions that we, par- The weather might have delaYed teaspoon alt [u desired], TOT H E .

shook hands with on one occasion We'd hate to think ants and teachers alike, should some visit to the Brad one-eIghth teaspoon pepper, ClIECK AND PROTECT A qualified marine dealer
might be Senate so but ponder. I have l1ated ten of ford County Agrtculture Center one-elllhth. teaspoon oregano, OUTBO\RD'S PROPELLER can correct most minor dam-

President Verle stranger things have happened In i them below: but we were delighted< to one-elghth teaspoon poultry EDITOR A damaged propeller can be age NIcks can be ground

Pope in di8guise.It politics, and that Vice President's 1, Are our schools what they have so many of you with \Ia. seasondng, few grains cayenne the cause of mid-eeason per- down and smoothed out

is such seat looks mighty I should be? Of course, our doors are always pepper formance problems] says Bill Blades] can be re-aUgned bY
tactics good to Dear Mr Matthews
amusingas 2. If not, who' to blame? OP1SN TO YOU. : Spaeth of engineer' '
Simmer chicken in salted I manager using a "pItch block: If It Is
they might be to out-of-ataters Claudius. 3. WW money,'alone aoLvr The entIre staff hoWled here water until tender, 2 co 2'1a experience have had with a very refreshing of Ing at Evlnrude MotoraIf you necessary to repair a damaged

that have thrown his home Gov, Kirk should stay In TalJahassee 1 the problem Or are'. thereweaknes.wa feet we are better equipped to hours Drain oft broth. Separ- l heal merchants and one want our to want to avoId trouble, now's prop, keep It aboard as a

state Into its present tailspin In the' syetdalrwhich servcyoih the people of Bradford ate the meat from the skin It to reader.w1th the time to check your prop spare. Although it won't de-
pass on your
long enough to sign or should be d..iIeOVendUd \ Co\mty. We are del1ghted and bones and cut Into pieces. the and U necesary. hq.ve It repaired liver top performance, It could
hope that they will '
And the most disturbing thought veto the bill passed by the special I changed ]1tefore "'spersdtng' g that you .spars this sign of Skim fat from ,broth. Boll how much our town stores see try or replaced. get you safely] back to shore

of all, in Tuesday's announcement session whether he considersJ more money4 progress: with \18. broth to concentrate it to to please. The propeller Is Ute key to in emergency eltuatlona
4. WW the ''wa1IIt out"and t 1JI'I10LS'l'ERYon. about 2 cups. eft1c1ent. outboard power. It It !Is almost impossible to
is that if the Governor, by some it good or bad ]posalbllJ"stay\ Ou4"'streng'tkalror I purchased a pair of shoes converts the of the tell
of the activities ached'uled Add potatoes to broth and energy engine Just by looking at a prop
unlikely miracle, should come up The teachers' walkout of the weaken the cause of f'QUalIoIolIty for the immediate future sImmer 10 minutes Add lima and and IL after handbag here the In Starke, into forward thrust' For U the blade pitch has been
; wearing shoes
with a plan that Edueatbn"4 is an'UPHOiLSTER.Y' WORK'SHOP'vvhlch peak perfomance and long altered. A tachometer which
puts the teachers schools beans, tomato sauce and oalons. ,
may never have occurred treated"betwee only a short time, they proved
wan beak '
5. Has a will begin the engine life, the diameter and measures the revolution
Cook 20 minutes Jonger.
back to work his socaUed"settlement" if the ''.tilre- detective. I took them back to
Governor had the parents ,
not long ago second .''W1ek! 1n Ami. :Lf you Add chicken, com, and: sea- pitch of the propeller blades minute of an engine, >Is the
the ltore to it could
of tile issue will un- walked out of Tallahassee.1.oR teacher would lIke to participate, sonings. Cook 10 to 15 minutes do see they must be correctly matched to best method Every engine Is

6. Should citizens take a please call 964-65414. more, untll vegetables are anything about 1t. They the motor and boat. If either dated for a maximum and
-- ---- not only gave me another pair
more active( Interest dn their BRUNSWICK STEW tender. the diameter or pitch Is changed minimum rpm range. Your
schools? Each of shoes, but exchanged the perfomance will be af- owner's
person who makes manual will tell you
NOTE Fat can be skimmed
oq The : handbag to match the new
County Telegraph 1. Are there teachers who Brunswick Stew has a ..fa.vor- oU more ea.s1ly U the broth Is shoes too. fected. the correct range for your

p ESTABLISIIED 1879 are overworked, and urrderpald ire recfps During hunting first chilled enough to solidify Propeller blades can be model. If the rpm reading on
? season some like to add a In talking to a friend we broken off or knocked out ofalignment the tachometer exceeds the

: siai+eta ''t E. L. l\IATTlIEWS\ Editor and PublIsher 8. Ara then teaetrwe' ''W1lo: squirrel os two for that gamey the fat. agreed that we would not be when the lower maxImum when you're running -

y are underworked and overpaid touch, some use more pork or Calories rer i3ervings.: About able to set this type: of friendly. unit mama Into an underwater at full throttle, the propeller -

c p Florida' Oldest Weekly NIIWllp per PublJ.he4 ContlDOl15ly > ? whole canned or fresh toma- 230. ] personal serv1ce 1n another obstruction. Blade pitch can blades do not have

trader The Same araat Dead toes instead of tomato sauce.T11L9 Easy Method: Use a 3- town and just want the pea also be altered by constant enough pitch U the rpm' are
.. grlON 9. Are our present edlJ 8tJQR'nonlea recipe, developed Ay pound, 6 ounce canned whole pe] of Bradford County to use, ahalllw water boating orrea'l11ar below the minimum the

JI being spent to greatestadvantage : USDA food special1sts, I1a a chicken In broth 1n place of know what reliable stores beaching. A loss of blades have too much pitch.In .
I or 1.101114. tharcr 118 basic recipe you can proudly raw chicken water and salt. we have and just how courteous power and speed Increased
RsIplMhed eadI Thunda"y" sal eMttJrecl v 8eeoad CIIIIIII Matter awt the Poet Offloe some ecnom1n1z1nir) and re- serve on many occaalona It MENU SUOGESTON-: and anxious to please the fuel consumption and excess- stress both is cues too much

;; at Starke Florida under Ad 01 larch Ent. 1818, hanneUnlr: of expenditures? makes 8 servings of 1 cup Serve wIth coleslaw and thick clerks are ive engine vibration are all plant. You're placed cm the power

Ilubllerlpti8 ba b..se .rear 1 :rear" ....GO i e DlOOth, !'2taOa6dde here 10.? Where do .ave.go from each. slices of homemade bread. SIn rely, symptoms of a damaged prop. ance and risking losing serious perform-engine -

.. << .trade anal! 1 .1-, 1.50 I 8 months, I.M Three pounds whole chicken, Apple pie for dessert Apples Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Unwittinllly, many boatmen damage, Have your marine -
Ve1'Y"I truly JOU1'II' 3 cups' vrater Hi teaspoon cost less now than later when Rt. 2, Box 145 risk serious engine damage by dealer correct the prob-

Ralph P. Bry'IUI. sell, 1 top diced potatoes 1 storage costs must be added. Starke, Fla. not knowing and heeding lem immediately.

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tor anybody to keep up with School 9:4S: a..m. and Worship and Mr. and Mrll. Virgil OrlfI I -- _. -- .. _' ,0 "'.. ._.:; .- ____ V5 "'. .- -\0.1
:this chicken race because it Is 11 a.m. fob and families or Palatka Mayor's Court V ii I. style
Fast.. First Baptist: Sunday School were visiting Mrs. Nelly WUkln80ll P.C arid
COUNTY Let' set up a little picture 9U: a.m; Worship 11 a.m. and Mrs, Daisy Bach: and Mayor Carl Hurst heard H 'PtarnO'ber5ea-
WITH of our egg ''buslne.s., Florida 7 p.rn.: Training Union 6:30: Lynn on, Sunday dl'fendun and dlapowd of IMPORT ANTI I ra' hoe..
aa the highest average egg p.m Revival services are be'Idg Visiting Mrs, Elzabeth Tarry their caljes In Starke Mayors:'
YOUR t. AG EN TMP rf duet1ol1 "per nei1: "year held each even1n i this are her brother-In-law and sister Court Tuesday night: hla.ln4 Ulct'bt-
it anY" state In the nation.V week, :Mr. and Ms. John Wyriekof Slmml Andrew Wlillums,
a number is 232. Now, if we Church of God! ,Sunday Tallahassee. I disorderly conduct by fighting, ". Cleric.-
ave just 1,000,000 layers and School 10 ama Worship H :Ml'. and Mrs. E. J. Rauler- sentenced to a fine of $27,50 r. _..
./ they are just avetagtt, 'that tll am and 6:30 p.m., YPE Wed.needny son attended the wedding of or five days In jail -
Z32OOOOOQ) eggs per"year.; TM 7:30 pm. Prayer sel'v- ,Miss Polly Tal'bal.t' and Vernon Jimmy Lee Green, drinking NOTICE :.. .:::
:would Ia more than 638,000 ices Friday 7:3Q: p.I!". Hobbs at the home at the as a minor, sentenced to a final ,
p&ga''OJ"more; then 1,800 cases Highland i llIptlltt: 'Sunday :bride In Waldo last. Saturday of $27,50 01' to five days In, I gIt
ot'3a doz 11"each, per day. I'm School 9:4: a.m., Worship 11 evening 28.ter.
lin condused If you want It a.m and 7:30 p.m', Choir pray Mr and Mra V. L. Starling jail.WillIe Ruclectge! disorderly I t ,: .
IDOre, exact-you figure It out tics 6:30 p.m, !Payer services visited their son, Vernon In conduct by fighting, voluntary
and then, go a little farther Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Sunland Hospital in Tallahassee intoxication, sentenced to a "
with the average price of eggs We are pleased to note that on Sunday.Mrs. fine of $M or to 10 days In jail. BRADFORD COUNT
to Jet an idea of4lr!'t eggs Reggie Norman iv at home Floyd Futch, Mrs. Lee Eddie Lee Allen, disorderly .. ,
t George T. are worth!' ( to our county each after several weeks in the hG&pltal It Green and Mrs. Clara Olsen conduct bV: Interfering with a '
( may r Huggins day of the year. for further treatmenlf of visited George Prescott\. the police officer, sentenced to 10 ... I
When Tturt thinking about his injured toot. 1 Veterans Hospital.! at Lake City days In jllll. PROPERTY OWNERS\ : .
air lots at eggs! Y always seem to Also nice ,to see Mrs. J; E. recently MI" Prescott Is the Corn Allen, disorderly conyihu
HOW GREAT WAS! We open, Wednesday, 27th of recall a. "the situation just Norman around again after brother of Mra. Green and Mrs,. "b hv doing 'bodily harm, .. i ,; .. ..
are now officially In. our Brad- March. One of our 4-H girls three months after I was mar- several days confinement lathe. Olson. sentenced to- a tine of $37.60
ford County "One Stop Agri- who went to Tampa last weal I'led. I walt working In, Lake hospital. I U1' to seven days In jail Have You Renewed Your I Homestead 'f a'
cultural Center", I remarked that she enjoy our County, Had 20 dozen eggs Good to know that Thomas, Wade Logan Andrews, reck- 1968 1,
Those In our 'own county;town fair just a. much sit the eXhIbited by 4.H boys In Lake V. Duck Is at home after sevIel.al lees driving, forfeited bond of -'
making their first vlst! last I State Fall' We know we are County Fair. Thought I'd take days treatment .In'the hos-' $37.50.
Sunday afternoon were happily not that large but we try to them home and sell them, I pltal. Let' Go Quenton O'Neal Lake, dl-, d Exemption? .
Burprlnd and pleased that make UP ,in. quality, took them home I didn't sell Lawtey Homemakers: club' orderly conduct by fighting,
Bradford County owns such a A County Fair Is the result them; we' ate them. Eggs like met last Tuesday mornlag at' forfeited bond of $27. O.
building. Those, from surroundIng of a lot of effort by a. lot of II'lsh i potatoes, can be prepared the home of Mrs 1.. c: Carter' 4lGarde ain Harvey Anderson, driving
counties seemed just as people. A lot of' ntrle o a lot of different ways. My wife Following devotional and 1>usl- while under the Influence ot { :
happy as we are. We had lot of different items. .so, learned many of those'thfferent, ness session, Miss Martha Sue alcohol.forfeited ,bond of :52.150.: Rave YOU lay Your Tangible and
friends from at least eight what ever you- might wan., to ways when she was a 4-H McCu.1n presented the program, B7 Hervey Rharpe, fditoe Paul Hopper, disorderly conduct -
countle show-or, there ought tet b. a mem .r. Marks of a Irdod chair." The Florida Agricultural Gas by fighting forfeited bond
Even this In the book This 1& still February but It hostess served coffee and cake of $27.50. Persona
early year, place for It. The prernt1.nn & loD tklrvl Intangible! Properly Returns?
there was evidence of a few should be'ready tor distribution f9 g''ttlnglate Into February Mrs, George Roberta had returned Alice Ifae Birch, dIsorderly ;;
political conversations. Number pretty soon and it will tell you Some one told me a few days home from a. weeks vie.Ir J conduct by flghtng, voluntary .
of folks In the office thht week the story. Keep looking and ago that they were planning with her sister, Mrs. Pearl Lawns at this time of the Intoxication, sentenced to a .
who missed "Open House" for lI"tenlng and asking, so you on setting some tobacco for Brooker, in Deland: like ladles tins of $37CiO c.' to seven d"'Y8
are some
some reason told us how they will get a premium book. thl! first time In, several years. Mark Olin of Cl'eenvllle'S.C.was year hairdos' they have a wind In jalt. '. We will i !, sincerely appreciate, your :prompt
regretted ,beIng away. Tire) Now for another change, lets They hal( no plants lined up. visiting his parents blown look. Emm'i Martin, threatening I
little reminder could and ties Vernon DUn, during bodily harm ''by tiRe of a ,
A simple
that gun
thing makes us all so talk a little chicken. :My con- But remember, it is safer to attention" to these matters. April ist is the
proud Is that everybody else servative Is that we have be mighty Important, that you the week sentenced to 10 days In jail.
guess grumble .about acraljlJly: lawns
lined 'so Mr and Mrs Donald Bennett Cornelius Base Jr contempt( ,
seems to be so Well, get your plants up ?
proud. passed the million mark In lay-
maybe I can talk about some- Ing hens. We are proud that you'll know that you have were In Jacksonville than the wlIe's hair.Don" of court, tined court costl'of deadline; but it will help' us immensely'if
of the variety business day last 'wetlk.Mr. carry thin simile too
you one
thing else a little bit for good plants
a those who to with $6.50.WllIo
try keep
little while. the chicken business recognize up want' and Mra. James Anders far, 01' you'U have a tougl Banks, driving while you will attend to this as soon as pos ibJe.
Sometimes the store runs out and family of Palatka were problem In the house rather under the influence of beer,
One other big thing we bet- and report that Bradford Is lit seedy, Get your corn seed Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr8. than a turf problem al'ound wilful and wanton, rerklsya -.. .. '
ter begin talking about Is our I among the top five or six egg put up at home or put on layalway. Owen J. Anders. the house'' driving, voluntary Intoxlcltlon -
counties. It Is hard :
Bradford County Fair which 1 producing There III probably about Mrs, O. J. Phillips and Danny Keeping a lawn well-aroom- sentenced to fines totaling, Thanks : :" .
flrt'en good( varieties of field were visiting' Mr and Mrs, ed Is based on tile principle $132. O, ; .. : _,. ....
..1 corn for our area Each IIII' Leslie Phillips and sons' In of labor and capital. Most 1 I .' ---
J l' good,, some are better. When Jacksonville on Monday. likely you'U measure the labor .
Serving Florida I you think about average yield, Mills Debby Phillips, Mrs. S, by the number of bll.sLel'ed THE RIGIIT POINT for the I GEN L 0 N G' ,::. :. ..
Since 1950 good rout. system for holding D. Phillips or Macclenny, and palms needed to clear the 't. r l I
'?i. stalks up and weevil resistance, 1\11'8. Celdon Crawford of St, winter debris, and the neigh'bor's the way ;you write, Come inland I ( r ; r rI
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a o 1 lJ i 3 S Ana Florida 200A and old stand-by George, Ga were visiting relatives leaves from the yard select :JOur favorite I '. Tax Assessor -
M'7 ral+e .. ".' Dixie 18 are pretty hard to and friends here.the. first By removing the top covering TERBROOK kluntaln pen, I I 7 ;
'M'1IM'1I11Mrs. /
of the
beat. part
Mr and Mrs. Ronald Griffia of trash you'll get rid ot a. The Telecrapb. __ .___ __ u_.n.._.. .. _, _. ._,
P '........"..,..,..,..,-..."..,..,,,..,..,. of Starke were guests of harboring Insect-hiding places.and A disease-second,-

Carolyn m Cordially Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett raking fa a good Idea, It removes -
Eaves ii l. :. LAWTEY\ and sons at a barbecue dinner dog bones, stones and ;
Welcomes I the week.
during 1
Representative 'Ili cast-off hardware that makes

I,I 122 Ph.N.96..5 Hay 12 S& Family You and to Your Your By Enza BianchardW1t.AAAAUA4 son Duck Mr., Vernon have and ,learned Mrs.who Thomas Is that servlll/f their V./ ,' deadly by a whining mIssiles mower when blade launched, Y/@lJLL/ 0 !! })[ [ 'lJOO!! @UJ'o YOUR FINEST WORK EVER

; ,, .44 .A Coast Guard, bas Next, feed the evel'-hungl'
with the
Starke New Home
The Lawtey Junior High PTA made Third Class Petty Of- 10'553., Unless you al'e an ex- ELECTRIC
net In the school cafetoriumITuesday fleer, He Is stationed nboard pert, don't try broadcasting WYID/ \ Ttin\ REVOLUTIONARY t
The State 01 Florida night of last week the Wlnnebago In Hawall.Mr. the plant food by hand. Most' ,
I wIth Rev. Edward C. Harvey and Mrs. W. S. Crews likely you'll end up with zebu-
I' 18 Our Desire To !Make You Feel Welcome and giving the devotional. After the and chlldr'tof Jacksonville striped grass due to your
To Acquaint You With Your City. usual business seslllon, Mrs spent Saturday with 1\1', and sldT.l-qnd-m! system of application I
'''Estel Moody made the Found- Mrs. Pierce Crews Sunday visItors : s rn
era Day spe8'h.I were MI' Crews' brother' Even It you are forced to 'i
If you are new in tht area, a phone I The piano committee had two In-Iaw anti sister, Mr, andMrs join the economIc craze of
h pianos there to choose from E.A. sapp, of New River. Thry deficit financing it Is best to T '
call will bring you a prompt vl"it", for the school. After some d1ecussion aU visited )Ir. and Mrs W. n. rent a fertilizer distributor ; Produces r

they chose one and Richardson In Orange Park. from the man who will sell' that ey 4.i*
:your local hostess. Please give typing ,
voted to buy It spending the weekend with 1, you the fertilizer on credit, II.
her a ca1l1 She has maps and matey The nominating 'committee Mrs. Ed DUl'ban were her son- The distributor which puts 1 ooks like M
read the slate of offlrers to be In-law and daughter, Mr and ''I out 20 01' 83: tiny bands of fertl1lzer L-. : ,
free and wonderful gifts for you elected at next meeting. Re- Mrs. Jay Boyelt and family Df 13 fine for the powdery ". Printing !
from local businesses. freshments were nerved during Valdosta, Ga., and her son, W '1 1I type fertilizer. However, you'd
the social hour. L, Durban, and family were best make a few pushes of the ,
('llIIl'I'h At'th'lty I Saturday overnight visitors.Mr !, machine across thc lawn to
Grace Methodist: Sunday and Mrs: M.1lnu Griffis get the feel Of the operation
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business. Remember It you zit'

i I where your mistakes you should will have show zagged'l up a.a ,r + w.w+e A+MM.RnN +. Ile, i .

WOULD you yellow and green gl'ass. I
S Also, adJust; the machine to
apply only hal as much tel'tlUzel' -
Nr '.MN yu";
as recommended by your I
Bounty agrlcultw'al agent/ and ,
maker two applications, one :
', : west application and another going going east north and I
I and south

Smart gardeners save a few 1 I
; pounds ot fertilizer for later
use-"Just: : In case they skip a :
I blade or two of Ilral8. ", ''.' ,
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The "whlrly-b\rc1"\ type fertilizer f I _
distributor Is fllle for \ j .atr\ 1 +'''R 1'fr" +k I .
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Only $l09 50 the; unselfish gardener Using' I Ia ; ,.! <_ ..: $..w,, nrb4a4aoAa.drwYin +st N..na: 1tls'lrsl, ;:, ,

pellet-type plant food, this I
machine can toile the ahotlIkeI
material 20 ,feet or more Out
.La the m1d le,of the lawn
most gardeners are happy to
I see the pellets fly far and (SM"H-CORONA-\

For this wide but 8.1! they near their -
property line there Is a tend; :

i ency: to slow down to keep SEC T'A AL315
WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRICiADDING from sLinging plant'food into & << .

the neighbor' yard. I '.
MACHINE q' So, keep a brisk pace when
,ou are' approaching four Electric Typewriter
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t neighbor's property line or he ..

Adds e ss rv will think that you are slowIng .. I
down because of old age '
(gASr: a lull( hi
r e e and built to endtlf8, :
selfish. 315 Is without wrfter. DesIgned
or because you are The brand new Secretarial"
SubtraCtS r. a ;i+ The analysis of ,fertilizer to question! the IInest typewriter ever made.I a variety of colors: that enhance its dramatic

Multiplies st The apply kind Is always often depends a problem.011I Your secretary will take new pride, not only Modern lines, It represents the ultimate IA

'I oil type' SandY soils are "In the quality of the work the 315 turns out, proficiency and appearance. I

Credit, Balance I' !lungry soils, and demand but In a personaiized machine that becomes It Incorporates thousands of engineering" '

more rertlllzer than richer truly hers .even to Its reflection of the aura changes and Improvements over traditional

loamy, earth. of her personal perfume! construction:.
TOTALS TO 999,999.99 I II For faster greening. power typewriter

,I use a plant food that Is high This new Smlth-Corona Secretarial 315'11I See the new 315 SCM today :' come in" ,
inorianlc nitrogen. For slow, :
e I long-luting plant rood use a creates a dimension of typing performance with your secretary, and let her show you the

At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With, The :j fertilizer! that contains some never before believed possible on a type.. quality of the work she can produce with it. .'
from an organic -
Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A I :nitrogen SOurce. The total "gTOW pow-: [
Priced at $315 Little More than Manual
Heavyweight Machine. er" of a. fertilizer is listed on a
the bag a. the amounts of "
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N-P-K. So, read the label be- V.
I J. See It NOW At The :
APPROVED AND tore ;you bUy. .JU'.: "UU: : ""' ,,,,
C: : .iLLh: "( :t. ::.l l:; :;:
10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S" Today 'there 1s a. fertilizer "h'
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS for almost every purpose.
SOme mixtures claim to In-I i
I elude dog cat and insect re- BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH .
Compare With Machines CostIng Twice As Much! *llenta. The kind you use Is '

the kind that YOU can affol'il.1

SEEING IS BELJIifVING What .gardeners can afford Is ,.
not always common practice,
beca.use there 1& a temptation
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH to' apply fancy fertlllzen if its "
a credit purchase as 01)-) I
posed to plain N-P-K if it Iaa
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cash elli.
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; Two PaR'f! FoUl' BRADFORD cn'l'fN'lloY---'-.-- _&-...........- .......... "_'............._.--- &_. lynn.. .-
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.yyy..yyyyyyyHAMPTON YWA'SThe home of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. proved the request to purchase Sharon cr&rk.
Henry Franklin -
:young woman's Auxt- Dykes on Little Lake Santa Fe. a machine for approximately I Velma ,
:Mitchell Daisy
l1ary of the Hampton Baptist The following girls were active $100.00.
Church observed the week of during the special week: In an effort to clean up : Davis.Durham'Carol Hunt, 1I4azeUa

By Mrs. Mary WIiIIamau..a.a.u..u..aul February 11.17 as YW'A'' focus Carolyn Kennan Debbie H111 the City citizens will be /given Pamela Davis Mary Alfred Ann Watkins Bass, BARGAINS BY
Week which the ,
emphasized Lynda Stone. Roeanna Thomas. an opportunity to clean their Ulysses
Wood Gloria Hutch-
purpose and 'program or the and Debbie HIcks. In addition
yards or limbs junk and all dneon.
Jeanette Lawn
AllXlIlary. Five members of to the above 'S11WA'smembers debris. Foster Lott has agreed AklII'1dge. THE BAG FULL
SCIIOOL NEWSThel'e Bass JacOb Davis Laverne
the organization and their and their dates. Rev. to haul all trash that 18 piled Jenkins ,.
Hazel Willie
was another work day leader accompanied about 20 and Mrs. Mel Hamel,, Mr. and by the aide or the street! on Strong,. and King. .
Sandra WUllarns.
heLd at the new school: with other members or the Church Mrs. George Kerman and Mr Saturday February f. Lets'all .1.
much being done to Improve ... Third Six Weeks Honor
to the
St.arke NurainfJ' Home and Mrs Charles Hicks work and clean up' ur"eitt"
the school iTound. It Is re- I Students: I
on Sunday arternoon. Follow- toyed the outing. en-I Robert Green Bradford
ported that the playground Principal's LIst: Alice Yvonne AT
ing a brier service In alt- AlsO
.I the :I two former :. County Deputy sat In with .Turner Anthony DeSue I
equipment was moved from
ring room the group visited the awillll1ry. Donna Council In an advisory
the old school and set up. The j the patients confined to their I and Wendy HID and two col- acity. Fines and torfleture cap-and Nellie Louise Davis. Henry
Franklin and Sharon Clark. '
entrance was made more attractive room and presented each with lege friends Visiting In the HID: other points of law were considered -
with the building ot I Tth Grade: Daisy Davis,
a lovely valentine which the home
joined the At the
roup. on a basic for bonds.
a small pool which was sur- girls had made. close of the social Rev. Hamel : PERSONALS Carol Hunt Alfred Watkins.
rounded by rocks. Small gravel On Ulysses Wood Lavon Bass, .h
Wednesday night theYWIA's spoke to the young people the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams 7..vern" Jenkins and Willie Quantity :Rights Reserved 320 South Walnut StJ_ Starke
was placed along either I
were In charge of a theme for the week "AwareInvolved" and their son and daughter- Strcmtr. Prices Good Thul'HcJay thru Saturday. February r"24;
side ot the sidewalk and I
portion of the prayer meetln/l./ for his main In-law of Lake City visited! 8nn Grade Jeanette .
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around the flagpole. It was In a very impressive candle- fjhoulfht. Ald-I .: .
also reported that the PTA Is light service the girls Mr and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonon ridge Velma Mitchell : 'f! : -
to preparing be a landscaping guide to the Church: their watchword The CIty Council met on Mrs.Sunday.Gertrude Slade spent Pamela 9th Grade.DavIs.: :Mary .Ann Baas. I QUICK FROZEN, GRADE A LARGE, MEATY QUARTER SAVE 14c LB.
used In
completing the ,
ideals and dedication. As Tuesday February" 13 with aU the past two weeks visiting In ,
10th Grade Hazel and
work which they hope will be the :
hlghlllrht ot this specSa1 but one member present. A Margate. wtth Mr. and, .Mrs. Sammis Johnson. !
acc'ompllshed within the next week 14 young people and 6 request was made by' the Sherouse and while there visited -
11th Grade Carolyn Thomas LB.
month. The schedule :for the adults : TURKEY
next work day will be an- a delicious enjoyed a hayride and Clerk Mary Brown to con- In :\\'dlaml with'Mr. and ,,. Patrick Williams Mazella I LEGS 2St
nounced. barbecue chdcknl alder the purchase of an add- Mrs. Gordon Weest and.faq Durham Zloulse Cooper,I
..: H"- supper on Friday night at the ing machine. The Council ap- fly and Mr. and Mrs.' Sam Juanita Griffin Sandra Wil-

Wallace and family, liams., ,
Wendy Hill was home for 12t1 Grade: Clara Nell
the weekend. and was.lW1com-: Hamilton LInda DlnItIna. Ora LEAN FRESHLY SAVE COo LEAN SLICED QUARTER SAVE lie LB.

panled by two or her friends Lee White Cynthia Louise GROUND BEEF S lbs. $1.99 PORK LOIN CHOPS lb. 68c
Crls Gibson of Fort Walton
Clark. Ralph, Byrd. Shirley
Beach and Barbara Davenportof Brown, EdIth'Strong.RECREATION I AZALEA PURE PORK SAVE :eOc Country Style Pure Pork Small IJnks S.\\E 20c
NOTICE Tallahassee. AU three of
I the girls attend Chlpola JunIor Saturday night the Reno 6ge
College In Marianna. :Recreation basketball team
On Thursday. February 1&, defeated Anderson Recreation
the Charles Hicks family at- 1f-lI4..
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tended the annual Blue and Saturday, Feb 24. will be
OOld CUb SCout banquet held the last day for City League Chuck
at the Masonic lodge In Wal- baaketbaU. Watch the paper Sirloin Full Cut JJonelesI! Shoulder

Due to increased postal rates, newsprint' prices and honor do. The of banquet the cub was scouts held from In for League registration baseball.D for City Steak lb. 53c Steak lb. Round lb. 98c Steak lb.

other Pack 162, of which Randy Due to the school: crisis the 98c 93c
subscription prices of The Telegraph will a member and! Charles Is annual. Recreational Invltatlo11&1 -

CUbmaster.Mr. baseball tournament
be advanced slightly effective March 15, 1968. Subscriptions and Mrs. R. A. Bran- may be delayOdl. Watch theM 1 ,
nm of Bedford Lake and paper for announcement. SLICED s.\VF. lOe FULL POUND FLASH FROZEN SAVE 170

may be renewed at the present rate until Jessie tow were May dinner Brannen.guests of.6r Bar-W. CHURCII Antlocn NEWS Baptist Church AMERICAN CHEESE 69c PERCH FILLETS 3 Lbs. $1.00GREENDELL

that date.Subscription. and Mrs. Lynn HaIl Sunday. Rev. L. W. Thomas pastor. JtEADEIJ VEAL OR TALL BEAUTY: SKIMMED
Glen Harrell or l"StJ spent Sunday School. 10 a. m.Morning' .
the weekend 'with his parents,: Worship 11. Evening CHUCK WAGON STEAKS Lb. 59c EVAPORATED MILK lOc

Rates Effective March IS, 1968IN Mr.Mr and and Mrs.Mrs.L.Joel C. Harrell.SnlJth welcome.service 6::30. Visitors always''' JJI ..... :

STARKE AND and family and Mr. and Mrs. Greater. Allen Chapel AME I FYNE TASTE LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00:> ( OR MORE ORDER
Richard audi daughter Church Rev. L. A. Sampson
spent Sunday with Mr and pastor. Sunday SChool 10
a.m. LB.

One Year -- $4.50 6 Months'-- $$2.50 Mrs.Mrs.J.Bertha G. Adkins.MeIntosh and with ebara-e.Mrs.Morning F. B Worship Delestre at In, COFFEE REGULAR 29C

Mrs. Ethel Tidwell spent FrIday 11. Evening Service 8 p. m. OR DRIP BAG
and Saturday In Jacksonville The 'budget drive will terminate -
with,M1M Betty Durling. at the 8 p. m. service
3 Months -- $1,50 I, Mrs. Inez Coleman and sons Sunday The Junior members
of Jacksonville visited Mrs. are serving' as captains and" SUNSIHNP: TURNU-. COLLARD OR 11 OZ CAN PALM; ISL.\1\1D DOL.S: NO. 1 FLAT
G. C. Cox and Mr. and !Mrs. each one is asked to ,please MUSTARD GREENS lOc

OUTSIDE Otto Hicks on Sunday cooperate with the captains,, SLICED PINEAPPLE lOc
TRADE ARE Mrr and! Mrs H. C, hunter!: to discharge: your duty sa a OOOSE GIRL 60ZS.
of JlW1ksorw11Ie Visited. Mr. loyal member. I
and Mrs. Dewey McClellan on ASSORTED MIXES 3 For 25c n'NE TEX
Greater Bethlehem Free Will

One Year -- $5.00 6 Months -:- $$2.75 Sunday. McKay Baptist pastor Church Monday Rev.night Louis I Griddle Cake Blxeult Hush Puppies Pancake. Corn Muffin BLEACH Gallon 29c

Choir No. 1 and Ushers Board'''
Colored Citizens No.2 will, rehearse at 7:30.: 1
3 Months $1.75$ Tuesday night Choir No 1 LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDER 4'
News and, 2 will rehearse at 5 P. m. r"I I

J Thursday Wednesday night. Prayer Ladles Meeting.Circle. 3 LB.
may renew now at the present rate of $4 per SCHOOL NEWS Friday night Prayer Band'i PURE LARD 29c

year, or $2.25 for six months (in trade area): $4.50 FIrst Semester Honor Roll School Meetln 9 w::30.Sunday Morning: Worship Church I dAR

per year or $2.50 for six months (outside trade area). first students are with as follows seniors: Alice Isted at 1'1.' Evening service, 8:30: I

Yvonne Turner Anthony De-
The Telegraph Is pleased to OZ. CAN
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Nell Hamilton, Ol'a Lee White.Shlrl'y announce a new correspOndent TUNA FISH 5 For $1.00 BEEF STEW 3ge
Brown RalPh Byrd I
for the ThereSBa community.
Cynthia. Louise Clark, DIXIE CHEF 13 CANS .
Miss Dorothy Mills whose I 15y OZ CANS 5 FOR

I Clara Hendrleth phone number is 473-4518.1 Spaghetti and Meat Balls $1.00 CHILI WITH BEANS _
Other honor students .. $1.00lIONOGRAM
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sona with news items to re- LONG GRAIN



SALES Farm aad Iadutrlal MEN'S WEAR OffJee EquIpment Common Uonarset. Kidney talci a.or many Bladder women Irrlta-. .nl
npn. often uIInrr! ten.eneu. and
Equipment STAG 'N DRAG :nervou.neu from,rreauent burnlnlJ.
I Itching urlnetlon I seconder/Iyyou" /
BRASINGTON S eraaley Blacker Sport may loaa.reep and have Hendarhoa. JACK O'L.\NTI-UN: 17 oz.
Hancock Office J aackarhe. and feel older. tired d... VANS LYKF 3g OZ. CAN
Coats .
pr......... In .uch ca.... CYSTEX u.n- MASHED
pAD1L1AC-OLDS.11uBII.E Santa Fe Tractor, .. Arrow Dre.. !Ihlrt.! j ally germs brings In relaaing.omtort veld,' urine. and by suing curbIng YAMS 8 Cans $1'00 POTTED MEAT 10cRI.YO
inn' Sweaters Equipment a.Get CYSTEX.t
I pa trull'I"< today. COLE: SLICED
SALES A SERVICE Peters JlICkets Save Every Day At Food Fair I
Ladles Sportswear 8m1UloOorona-AuU1orfze.J WHITE POTATOES 8 Cans $1.00 '
FIne 8eledioD of Used Can Two StorM DeaJer sz6 S. Walnut st. Starke. Fla.

Taken On Cadillac Trade. FOR D IS'W. University.Gainesville IAr-Vletor-ll'otaDla

2001 N.W. 13th Rt. 441 Farm Tractors k Implement and GalnesvUle MaD Adding MachID8II. Calculators YOU MAYsave FROZEN
PHONE 87801 Ford Industrial PCqufpment SALmS-9ERVICBI-RmN"I'AL8" 2 LB. BAGS

CRANE SALES PART SEnVICJII MUSTANG 128 requirement N. Mala lit.wait 0aIuNV1D6 us fInt. French GS

PICK v .I: DELIYmRT Mobile Homes, Inc. 1'1141118 178531 ( Fries 4F : $1.00]

1.INroLllf-IU'fROUBY. : 4488 .:N.W. Sixth Gainesville Oalae.vale'. DIt HoIJCIfI UP TO $200.
Authorized Bale. A Service Phone aT6-2MB IIome !Wee .Lo&.
22)1( N. Main\ St. Gainesville Por'Chue dlseount on entire PAINT &: GLASS en car flnandng
Phone chain',.oarantee huge aa'f1lp. BANQUET FJtoZ".
Crane Imports lAAEBL: +HER Liddell Paint & MEAT PIES 8 Oz. 15c BANQUET DINNERS For $1.00
u.ed: Jlob1Ie' Homes Low through the

Volvo 606 E.-Phone University 1\1G AUKtln, Gainesville Ueall'Y Johnson&Faris, Inc, Priced.low, With.. 1100 approved down.credit Glass Co TATU FOOD FAIR VIAFFLES5 OZ. PACKAGE lOc I

372-4231 Complete Line of 4620 N.W. ISUa 8t. 441 North Olas.-Mirrors sumaC neo. PARMfiNANCE CAR

SEJI)8PLANT8OalBMYllle!: 1'78-11d Tub Eoelaeares shower!! Doe"
neawty Academy hlseet'ddPet' CALI. oouzor ,
8appU. Furniture TOpl-\\1Ddo"! PLAN LIMIT TWO

Wallpaper Storefront
Beauty 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader.- .. _.
Academy Lone Distance Movfa "fetE 0. ear you "tThe" -
Learn a Profession In Your' 2U N.W nth Ave. LocaJ Drayage U. N.W. efteenth !et.! wI ... .u tau and ten m. ASPIRINS
GAlNESV1LLIC bow much you -.I to eons 9c
Spare TIme. Full or Part Time PHONE 172-0ne .tence Packing i' 172-111. the unpaid bal.nca.l'U help you
DAY &II EVE1'LNG CLASSES Oalae.vWe F1a.' SMpDmg p'a cbeck fie the d.al.r with 100
Low TuItion Terms CALL anaa.m.nta for a,Iow-coa'
219 N.W. 10th Ave. HILL'S SEWING MACHINES auto loan through a eoop.rating-
GalBeevUle 8711-2768 LADIES local NDk. The eae fe :JounlYiad !
WEAR Van Service Inc. od, today. how Stat.Faro' '
COLGATE INSTANT -Menthol Lime 11'ozsReg.
ELECTRIC l\IOTOtS 6545 NoE. Waldo B4. National Sewing work tor Cu 7011.Finance Calk Plan mq SHAVE 79c 39c
C&1n..w. 172..271

GalnesvtUe' Moat l'a8h1on.ab U. S. NO. 1

Motor Repair Co.Addre.. For Ladles Lipham Music Co. Dealer for 20
2 For POTATOES Lb. Bag
GaInesville, Iaa DRESS tTITs-CXJ&TS: lIIopopblc! are Oood Pfaff U.ea-New and Dome-RepoeeeseeOt Neloo 117 1 N. Walnut St. LETTUCE 29c 69

Repalrlng-Rewlnd1n& MATERNITY WEAR 8'71-aM1 PI1.... 14-53'1 I
New and Und AOCJtSSOlUE8 U. M. W. Ittla A.... l\fodelll LARGE STALKS
j 'WORE GUARANTEED Authorized Sales- e pa In All Make.
..... 2 For
2816 N. W. 16th st. Two Stores! BaldWia P1&noe & 0rI'aJw Budget Terms Araflabte Na I 'RESII. GREEN CELERY 29c
f 1 'V. -111 rau.mAto
Gainesville FlorIda University Gainesville Guitars 0111IIo11 Coya
511 W. l1DJvoeNIty. GalDMvIDe ..
Phone 372-8318 & Gainesville ;Mail Drums Ludwig Slln6er1an4 -I 171-lS35 oa.u COoW'ANY'INSUIAIitCI ,.......\ LB. I
j .. ,, __ Feuder_ Sta idatd Amplifier, ,.eawr..s. .mIrb. 6C TOMATOES Cln.
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of eervtcemen.Mra I equipment for the Starke Fire 1 Mrs. J. W. Thomas end the SFJC Setting 110 Safett: geld, ''Tra.fflccras.lwe by Clerk ef the Clroult Court p..ndlnll' In .ald Courq'tho style
of Bradtorll Flor.da, and
of which I. 8oh.ye.
Connty irvlna
-I 25 Years Ago Frank Wlleon chairman :Department came from American -' aupervlsor Mra.: T. W. Maalroy New can : occur >when an I.' TYe CI..alt.dl"I.1 Co.M CI1t O. Thet7leDth OrFlorian wltl oe the llh< day of March, Je..le.. Sohe"r; ble wife Platn-
of Womana' service Organlzation -La France Foamite Corporation News Ot local boys in service Recottda otherwise good! driver becomes I. ,Aad Fee Baedteea 1168'at 11:00: A.M. at the front tit[. versus JDula. Mae Bobere6n_
door of the Bradford County and bar lau
James Roberson
By Allee McGarvey was !in charge and and was accepted at 20 years ago: For Enrollment cont\1ed.\ We ahoukl be alert County.Cap.. Ne.BHRNIClO. Courthouse. /In the City of band Detondanta. -
Mrs. .L. A. Canova gave a $8.183. Joodman fs re-' for tourists who need dirge.tlana HARRT.9. Ptalntiff atsrka, Florida otter toe' sole WITNESS my band and "etHalal -
Pvt. Basher ( and sell at Dubtlo\ outcry to the seal of .sold. chart thl..lo4day
TwEnty-flye; years ago 1nJanuQry special musical program Each Another bid accepted by the calving' basiC ordnance Setting a flew record with or lnItorma.tlon about -ve- ROBERT LJAID HoAR- hl..h..t and beet bidder tor oa.h, of February 1988. ""
of 1943. Bradford mother was escorted to the Starke City COunc11 was for a log at Pomona Calif.Ptc. train-I. every termS nta Fe Junior traffic lawn and respond with RIB DefendantNoTICH 0(1' BUtT the tolloxlna: dasetlbed propertyaltuated CILtRLHS A.'DARHT. Clelk
ounty'wan. busy trying to platform .by. a Camp :Blending contract to buUd a sewage dds! Gene Goodge. > Cottage has a. total of 1.438 frlencl1ness! and.adNle.:. To ROBlJRT! LEl'J' NARR18Addrsaa rlerld. to-wit In Bradford: County. .i' By Deputy: Beulah Clerk M. Moody, -'.-""
lelp win World War II. CampBlending soldier a.ndI presented with corsage. posal plant. The successful stationed .with the Air Carpel erotic students enrolled. dor Florida has heavy: winter known. And IteBldence Va- Lot e. Block 7, Llnooln City (SHALTareaory
: was growing at a The foster mothers and bIdder was Boyd &; OOllorth.Ino. In Louisana spent ten days I the current term tourist tral.tln during lP'ebru- You An Hereby Notified that In South haIr of MoutheaBt ,. Coure, PanloUo A
rapid; pace in tact was spoken sons exchanged addressee and of Charlottesville Vs at The ary and (lMarcb. ao action for Dlvoroo hoe been Quarter lIectlon 83, Town JolmsnnHxchango
furlough with his parents, :Mr current enrollment re- 'I tiled ...tn.t'OII and you are .hlp S South Range 13 Rapt!: Nat'l Bank SIde
or as .P'lorlda's fourth largest every mother agreed to write 48713. The Jot was to be and Mre W. 3. OcJod4e. presents an increase of 60 per Courtesy i 1.1 conta4rjous: I r.qulred to nerve a copy ofr pursuant to the final decree. oftorecloeur. Tampa, Ftorlda
dty." LIfe In eneral.was very to the mother of her foster completed 'Within from 80) to Pvt. Hugh M. SUll1van. eon cent over the same term ,:last said! Kirkman "so let's love your written detensee, If any .nt.red &n a cape. 1-8 It 29DeWit
much influenced war-tl'm.e' Also the soldier 90 highways"r to It on HuRens (1'. ehaw Attornay -
by eon agree4 to days. of Mrs. Mabel SuUlvan of year and an increase of 3 perCent an epidemic on our for Pialntltf whose. address -
activities and much of the write to the son of his ,foster Starke is now stationed at even Over the lPt'evtous .. I. 143 W. Call f1treet.St.rke .
nodal 111e buIlt around Florida. and Ills. the orlalnal C. Jones Funeral Home
'Was mother It was a happy Bradford COunty .farmers the '\\Army AIr IFOrCe .BaBIc term this year Such an ,increase 531 Violations with tba Clerkot. the
Wartime events. One of the event. were trying to raise more food Training Center at Xearne. In enrollment in the above styled Court on 01' before
J IQlvllest of these was the reception with less help and other ''War- Utah Upon completion of this winter term over the tall term ported By March 15. lee8 otMrwlas eatersdaRalnpt aJIIdRment STARIE PIIONE' 964-6200
I held on New Year's day The only ,bid to be submitted time Ttl4trlCtlOna and succeedIng In"y be
I tralnll1lJ' he wID be sent to J.s unusual slnce most coUegea Wildlife Officers you cur the fella! dem.nded
at the 1780 honoring mothers for a fire pumper and too Acreage goals for the technical ecllaol actually autfer a loss of enrollment : ,In the Complaint or KEYSTONE IEIGIiTSPHONE 413-3178

county were: com, 10.000: Aviation cadet P'rancls M. at that tlme. WlIdUfe officers 10 the Petltlon.WLTNICAR my hand and the.
peanuts 1.520: vegetable WUiiame after two weeks Of the total enrollment, 67, northeast region of the Game .eal of Bald Court DO February Rental Services
:; F.R.M. FEEDS crops, 930: sweet potatoes 3.- furlough ''With Oils parents, Mr. per cent &1'8from, Alachua di Fresh Water Fish Commission 10th SEAL 1968.
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000; Irish potatoes 150. made total of 631 ar1'fstllor HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CIIAIRS .. ''
and Mrs. T. 8. WI.I1iaJM. left County and I per cent Groin a CHARLF1S A. DARnyAS .,
.: Sow and Pig Monday lor NashvUle Tenn. Bradford county with M Percent vo1alt10l18 o1 :hunting; CLEJRK OF SAID COURT
Arrests In the county jail where he >91n the Class1floa- of the student body be t18'' fishing and boating' lava curing All By Beulah Deputy 1\1 Clerk Moody CRUTCHES
I Pellets 2.48 for the year UI42. with the exception tIon Center from I'7or1dY1' JlWty-bwo students the period, July 1 through Flr..t PubJloatlon: February

of December which WillIam Silcox lIOn of 'Mr. come Groin 15 other December, 31. accordIna to I U, 1988. aria 4t 87I.
,1 Hog Finisher 2.48 Jailer .1. B. Rowe said was a and Mrs. .1..1. 811oox. left states and I5i5 Groin other Robert :M. Brantley regional I _
{ bad monbh totaled! 309. The Wednesday lor Camp BlandInw countr1oe. I I i manager for the Commission. Ths 'r..lt Cooef Of Tae
r Cattle Pasture Supplement 4.55 arrests could !be broken down where h. rwas inducted into The oummt term at santa The most iregtlent viala.l I Fee F1lah'h Nndfotd"adl.lal Coaa/y CI..t, FlstMa fe And, evOLKSWAOIN 01'lAICAl/
into: 42 tor driving offenses: the army P'e will end on,March 26 wklholaaeea bona 'wen 91' arrests tor tlshIInIJ 'I tRVING ScHFJYER et U1C.
Complete Line of Hog & Cattle FEEDS selling transportIng or poII- I 10 the ageing term net without l1cenae and 78'Sor I Plalntltf.No: 121
.session of Wega whiskey' ac- I YYYYY. to optn on-,AprtJ,t. hunting 'without license; or veHULA From the people
i Wilson & Toomer F.EITILIZER counted for 37: atealinr 24: management area lltamp.Huntlna MAE Ietend..nt.lfOTICFI ROBERSON. et uz..

Complete Line of Garden Sl Field Seeds assault fighting 22. T:: gambling bad checks, 14 6:: STATE FARM Highway Patrol and light at night accounted with for A Oran 4.2 BALM CIRCUIT' 01"BY'" FORIDCLO"URIII CLI1RK COURT! Otr, who br+Dh+tyouno

Dixie 18 Corn $8.50 Fla. $2.00 $8.50 breaking and entering 6: and Urg4srl Courtesy. arrests while Weira ptxseesion. Notlre I.. hereby wh..o that
one each tor murder carrying By Mra Betty Bho4en Toward Tourists of deer or turkey accounted the under..lgned. Charles A.. Dar.

STARLIN'G' FARM!!! SUPPLY and a concealed,bolita weapon desertion a.u..AA..u..uu for 25. radiatoR:
A .C0\U'te6y\ eptdemlo"'Was' 81'ettord Cou."ty !had eight TIlE BIGHT POINT for the,
316 E. rownlee St. Starke A large chicken .dorm was RAIFORD BAPTISTS called If'or Ws week'bY'' the arrests Union .had 13. and way you write. Come
PLAN NEW CIiURCII Florida Hla'bW&r' Fatrol 10 and lleleet your favorite EgTE'RBROOK -
started In the Ha.mpton.sec- Clay reyVrted 39.
Members of the l"lrat" Be.P- Floridians to give IOIIDtabi DftIa
asking a
by Cot D. E. Knight and :No carburetor
Vern1e Keys.Five laying houses fist Church of Ral1ord, at the helping Ihand to winter vlatEon. TELEGRAPH, ,
NEED READY CASH? and! five brooder houses regular business meeting on Adjustable VIn7I pool -
buAt and 1t was planned were to Wednesday Feb 14, voted to I Col. H. N. X1rkmAUl. d1rect-, Jovera. AU cage act oeD" ea A Claul1lel All In the TICLEQRAPD >' >i: .Inside the left rear fender of every 1963
add build a new church. Oround- or of the Deportrnent. of !Pub-: at The Tele aph. 111'11I. reaslca.
more. There
were 2.000 breaking serviced will be held Volkswagen Fastback and Squareback, there's a

A'p Come See Vs! New 300 Hampah1re layers 100 baby brown chicks leg- on March 3. I 1 small metal box full of. transistors, wires$ anti

horns and 100 white leghorM. Sunday Services Sunday I .stuff like that:'

s r "f ; We make loan for The partners planned to, sell School Worship 11 10 a.a. m.m.Youbh Morning Choir I This box is an electronic comput::,

any worthwhile purpose. baby chicks and fryers in season Practice 15 p. m Tralntnw trn- ; What it compute is exactly how much gas the
Ion 1 but
's had been no eggs They ion. 6 p. m. Evening Worship, r teat ..our fuellnjectorsoughttoshoot themanifolcl.
P G! eggS for the 3
T p. m. Midweek Prayer Meet! What the whole business does is the
$25 to $600 be incubators,producing and hoped to soon log Wednes/.lay/ T p. m. I 4 4 When replace
r 3.500 baby chicks carburetor
Rev Jack G. Stolle pastor, ,
6,3 Z > '' DO YOU HAVE every three days. PERSONALS 1 .the, Jay So you can Forget whatever carburetor problems -

l eI. -Too many payments Brooker ladles working for FrIends of Mrs. M. C. Coveraton seems you've had In the past-dirt, flooding, lam1
of the State Farm
to make? the 'Red Cross met ..at the club ming, you name it-because there's no more
Trailer Park will be triad. to
'I house and made kits and coveralls 1 too carburetor. What Instead is
,I x know that she >Is home from you get quick, sure
many bills to FI1day! they sent 16 "
z ? kits and 12 coveralls to head- the Naval Hospital In Jack.sonvllle. 1 short... starts anti efficient engine operation under all

payToo many taKe' quarters. Ladles attending conditions. '
Mra Marion Smiley of lAp.pleton.
were: :Mrs. Rosa Plnholster That's because electronic fuel Injection Is 0
\ y $ coming duel Miss Wis.. win leave anon ]t
Lubedia 'e :
Plnholster Mrs. for her home after !two hole new way to make car engines run.
Ethel Ruse, :Mrs. G. B. Colson, I
months' visit'with her on-tn- The closest thing to it is a $325 optional extra
Mre B. P. Hazen Mra. J. K.
,Let Us Help With Your Money Douglas Mrs L. A. Brown, law and daughter Mr and I OB a car that costs almost twice as much. But electronic -

Problems Mrs W. O. Rimes Mrs. Eugene I Mra Tillman Braddock or the I foe\ Injection standard .equipment on

Long, Mrs Pitt Baxter, State germ
0s FostbacksatXXXXandonSquarebacksatXXXX.All ; .
their I
students and
TOWN'8 FINA'iCE' CO. Mrs Hazen Coon Mra Tyler Thelma, Mrs. CrosbY G W., families Many from here attended)I of which should make you feel the same

open house at the beautiful about the carburetor as do about putting -,
226 N. Temple Phone 964.7449L Mrs. Beulah Harrell Mrs. Mildred \ way you
\ Harrell, Mrs. Guy Har- new Union County week BANK HEREBY MAIL! 4. antifreeze and water into the fad iator
fell, 11Gre Florence Varnadoe, School buildll1lJ' I the wiener you learn to live without it
We ,pleased to nee 1'U1. Whether you're exceedingly busy or can
L are
.r-__ --_._- __ man.BI'ac1doCkable'w"1'etunt ,, ,. -, .' "...."'.. .4" weathermake3thedays'aeem'shorterwhynotsavetimeand 1 ,;; .,

to :work alter aUght mturles possibly a special errand-by banking

n+ JACISON9lLLE( BUSINESS DIRECTORY received in a moto1'b1ke acc1- here by mail You can bank here at any hour of any .
few days aro. ::
dent a
Mr, and Mra .1. P. BudaCY day. or night holidays included by maUl) -,-t

of Savannah. Ga were 8un- Ask or writs us for free

Auto Sale" & ervl'e I ELECTRIC MOTORS I PICTURE FRAlIERI ----- I 'day.and Budaey'Monday brother-in-laIW guests adMre banldns-by-maJI! forms TODAY. '*' ,w

and stater Mr. andI ;Mrs. 1 1l

Electric Co. i UNFRAMED PRINTS The 7th Grade from Union
enJoyed -
The World's Finest In their visit to the Civic

4 Wheel Drives SoldBervlcedRepalredGeneratoraStarters ELECTRIC MOTORS Auditorium In Ja.cuonwiUe.. FL i RID A l MILLER-BROWN ,,-
Bold and Serviced by IOU Perk St.-lD. Five Poles Mrs. H. T. Braddock has @)
Roberta' Chevrolet Alterations .Jax 11338MIPLUMBING returned to her home dn
Green Cove Springs E089W after apending a MOTORS INC. AU .m
Armature RewllidlaC Jacksonville e sll o;::
Jsckaonvllie 2&1-9600 SUPPLIES l
TllJman 1 1
4044 Lenox Ave. week with her son e
3acluonvUlto 387-2:128 Braddock, and fa.mUy. 4222 N.W. 13th St.- U.S. 441 North
JEEP CARTER'S of W. Robert
Vehicles -MOTORCYCLESHONDA Trading Pod Sandell w111 regret aunt.to learn:MIsS +leml>eI I +',.Federal, Dcpo.it InaUl'8DCe Corp. Phone 376-4551

: seep Wagons'al'ooeer Statton Bathrooms Boll Pipes' Broke Wstet, Cablne"Pipes I' of Mary familY the Dyn death attended ate ;MIami.funeral The eer- One of 30 8at>l ca of the Florida National Group Gainesville, Florida

Flttlnga CommodesLavatorlea
vices in_n Miami_
Jeep VoIve..JII t MOTORCYICLES Mr and Mrs Milton Sanders a
"The Best for !LeIIs" .are enjoying the week's
deep GJadlator Trucks ALL MODELS
Top 01 1101 IIW7 21 visit of Mrs. Sanders' brother- ; In The Middle 01 This Cold Wouldn't You Be Better
I Asthorlsed Service Merchants Green IltamPi MlddJebul'g' in-laiw and slater Mr. and Right Spell- Really -

'I'I Open a A.1'd.' f P.H. Phone 282l08 Mrs. O. T. Johnson of pndtcktown -
I: Approved Parts Tue.. Wed.. Thera.. P'r1. N. Y. Satisfied With :

I 4 Wheel Drive 2 Whet4 Open 3ait 8 A.bi IS P.M. PIANOSFor Mr and Mrs James Geletault -
Drive Closed Sunday 4t :Monday of Greenfield, Mass? a",
Musical AdVice ? of his brother-in-law i :
EDDIE BLAND MOTORS CYCLES C. CARTER NICE and guests stater Mr. and Mre H'I i

MOTORS Ine. 4949 BlandinA' Blvd I Wise. We are "glad to report NA JURAL GAS !
JaclseonvWe 211-8240& '! that Mr. Wlae recently returned -:,
ri l Veterans
$ the
: from
6. 3 w. ADAa1BJACKSONVILLE .P e! ,., I
aM-1131 1?aiEnu .pLt:. ltirEstabllahed Hospital in oainesville.Mrs. .
MUSIC : 1948 E. T. PresCott vl/Ited I "

Parriah Motors I I Chickering and Other 'her mother. iMrs. Robert DrUry. ARE YOU WEATHERING THE ORDEAL WITH :
NamG Brand Pianos in the Waycroas, oa.
McCormick: of
Band do: String InstrUments Raiford passed away bat

FARTS .'Gibson Guitars A Ampl1t1ers I SHEET Roosevelt' MUSIO Mall eAt week.resdenta She( was of one Raiford of the oJd4 and HAVE YOU HAD TO CALL YOUR SUPPLIER AND

32 Yeai'll' All A. Dealer School SuppllInItruetlon 2851 Park JacluonvWe IIM-RIU9 the sister of Mrs. Ada Kelly THEN WORRY WHETHER HE WOULD GET :
Always Good Used Can shower was given
.921 Laura! St. .JackIlODVUJe Roberts Recorders for Miss KathY May Alvsn21!' THERE IN TIME? ..,

Phone 3:18-15634: MlIslc LibraryExpertRepett : H. & N. last week. AboUt 40 guests en-
Department laved this affair with the OR HAVE YOU ACTUALLY RAN OUT? .:
41 W. Monroe!Bt.Jacksoavine honoree.

American 3M-MU I 1968 Singer Everyone Is hopln/f/ that M1jchael I
MIl Beech Blvd. Dobbs w111 be home soon
Jacksonville 398-S091 Like New from the Lake Butler ho Pita1. ? ., NOT US 11 ;,
Hairstyling Console Model makes fancy'deelgne Friends" will regret to team
MATERNITY WEAR .t1tches. monolT8JD8, that :Edwin Reilly 'who has
Academy overcasts, news on buttons, !been in the Veterans Hospital We're Doing Like Galie Genie Got The :

21 W. IUOYROJACKSONULLE .tltches.make button No attachments holes .II bUnd-,: 30.at Gainesville win be there since another November week Old Banjo Out and Played "There's No Place :

8M-8391 Demonstrators $48 or $8 per or ten dayS due to develop- Like Home" While the Temperature Con tinues : "
mo Call .Tax T71-1830 : ment of pneumonia. We hope !
7f To Drop .:
WESTERN STORE that he will Boon be able to .-...
Riverside return to his work at the -
\ 7Y"Jackaonvllle'd' prI80n hospita.1. And the Natural] Gas Continued To Flow To
Hairstyling LITILE DUDE '
C. Freeman of Lake Butter, Our All.Gas Home.
Academy Moat Complete Western Store and Connie Thornton even

26.59 PARK ST. Shop for Mother-to-Be ''Where thing You'll For the Find Horss>dvery Sunday.Mra.vests of.. Mra Beth Dobbs last SO, Wouldn't You Really Be (Better Satisfied With Natural Gas In Your Home? ,

JA.CKSOl'O"ILLm' 888-8331 JUDY'S Enelruehlat"Weeterrt : : Jack Cason hu returned -:

Accredited ClothIng IAathel"o to her home in Or- Let U. Make A Survey Of Your Needs Today! -: No Cost No Obligation. :
QuaJl1led Instructors MA TERN ALANE geode Saddles and TrlJlena mood Beach after visiting Mr
Modem Styling Charles .Ir Sharon Petty and MrII. T. Roster for the For Further OSGAR DAVIS

I Monthly Clevesali3ere 1007 Park at 0 Points 803 So: EeIewood Ave. past week. Information::: NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF STARKE
tomorrow' atylLtaors JacksonvUle JL! O01 Jacksonville 83&-1210 Mrs Wayne Jones and children Utilities
tralnf'd"' were Tuesday IfUHts' of CALL 961-2351 Directori
... -x s J her aunt Mrs.W. W. .Altman
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SECTION 3 -- PAGE 2 gTAJMUi,1; F rtOfttDA. THURSDAY FEB. k2., I 88 . "
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Melrose Cadet J. W. VanBuskirk 'j rvices,,', ,,Held/ Wednesday ''For tCeystone-Melrose day County WetDry'Ele fl i : :

Keystone Hulks! Wins Honors Services To Be :ir.Chr stolle'5 At Ma.omHe r
At SewanneeCadet In PennsylvaniaJames Rep. Don Fuqua Cent
By Retina Schuber Petitions Have 40 Per Return

Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 Robert Kite of Melrose W. VanBuskirk. 72., ', Funeral services for Donald ,other fraternal 'and "ctvto organizations. "A,speech: by Congressman ;

has won Academic Privilege of Keystone Heights, died M. 'ChrUrtoffets'' M. D., who : Don." Jftfqua>( ; was the; blghUght
for the .first semesterat Tuesday after a sudden illness VMS kined Sunday night in Besides hJ'D1 thet'; he to of an Americanism. Might : More than 3.500 signatures tor of United Christian Action. ,

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS tUtS GARDEN CLUB Sew nnee. Military ACademy A retired machinist he the'crash 'of a< private plane! survived: by 'his'wild.. Patricia I program hekl:.by the :Melrose have already been received on Inc.,. headquartered. : In.lake- '

The Duplicate Bridge Club The second year>_,group of in, Tennesssee. was born In Pennsylvania on neat Bunnell, 'were held at 2 Harris Chrlstoffers:; three ,Lodge. NO. .&9. RtoA, M. at petition. calling for a wet- land WM scheduled. '.to be in
sponsored by the Woman's the High' School Garden Club He 'was one of 70 Cadets July: 17. 1895 and had lived. tn p.: m. Wednesday In' 'the Community daughters Terry 'Annf;<1Jn4a the Masonic. hall la Keystone dry election In Clay County, Green Cove' Jut weekend. to

Club, now meets on Monday have been learning many new 'earning, recognition at the Keystone Heights for the1 past Church of Keystone Gall and' Cheryl dPatrlcIaChristoffers ? Heights-Tuesday. night, Feb.'. Ralph L. Thomas of Orange! assist In organising: ,opposition<
night at the municipal building things this season reports Academy's annual honors nine year He was a member Heights:. ; >'afd'evict'. '. -'son' 13. Park attorney for the,Green to legalizing liquor sales In )
enti- Church. Dr; Christ/offer'l was born hi Donald Whitman, ChrbtoHtrers, Chamberof Clay C : Play begins ,promptly at Miss Wendy Hawkes the convocation and will be of the Presbyterian I "America must stop giving Cove Springs Junior 1
club's qublicity'chairman, tled to wear the silver citation Surviving is his wife. Anna 'New York on Jute S, t9C3 all of Keystone' ; :-two' aftUra, celebrity: -status, to< sick salads I, Commerce said yesterday. One minister! charged that '
7:30.A district meeting was held They discussed landscapingand cord 'with his Uniform during Grace VanBuskirk. of Keystone the son of the late Bernhardt'Chiistoffers Mrs Barbara Owen' AOoee* and corrupt souls that ridicule Thomas said that the petitions the letter mailed. 014 by lIthe "

at the Gainesville Woman's gardening, made dried arrangements second semester of the'schOOl Heights; one brother; ;: aiut'Mrsf. GerDrude 'Beach: and' MM.ittarothy\: the'orderly proteases of: gov already returned represented Jaycees tp voters last .week

,.. Club on Thursday Feb. 22, and also corsages year. He was also awarded the Vaughn Van Buskirk.McKees- I Murray Oirlstoifers, Of ':ivewman. Keystone !Height! ; ernment'tinder'' ;;'.law,'' Rep. approximately 40 percent contained one trlabtt; $ j
.... where a Fine Arts Festival under the guidance of Mrs. Academic ribbon for achievement .port. ';Pa., and one sister. MrB. I Keystone: : Heights.. Hdhad and one Brother.-Bert' |IC. Fuqua a ..td. AJHe of the total voter: regU- hood1." Thug'we'tbe'I: '* statement -'
.., DeVaulfof Confluence I pVactlced medicine Keytort Christoffers,. ot''J'kllarhaS&ee.l.. County. Only that ", ,.
was attended by local Wom Miller Mrs. Wrinkle, Mrs. Margaret declared (hat the\Amer- ration In clay v I'Weas4ure i
an's Clubs. Cooper Mrs. Gardener and Winning Academic iPrtvdll- Pa.Funeral. < : since the early ,1060's after Rev. Leon F.. M1ln<<. pastor, !>leas people are Incensed that .' :l1J per cent.is; required: fro call you that,no one ,willi be permitted ,
-. There was a non-competi Mrs. Clemens, members of ges requires a grade ,point services will be Jhe' d 1 'co! l.pletln. his fjvternShip' ,,in andi Dr. A. C. Holt former widespreadlawleswess- has the election"The to see :your signature,
average. of 2.62with no grade later in the week In Confluence Riverside' Hospital Jackson pastor, of the Community. became unavoidableadjunct sorting the ',
tive exhibit of arts and crafts the Garden Club of the Lakes. f aa almost b.lg! lob of on the petition. defter'I thai
by members. On Valentine Day their lower than a "C". With Interment In Ad
Winners (of the competitive; 1 group and the first year group son Cemetery in Somerset staff of the Bradford County nesday afternoon services In I pointed our that -the Communist :.hem in alphabetical County Commission; they'become -
contests will have their entries visited Mrs. Hardenberg's County, Pa.DeWitt : Hospital! : member' of Mor"-" ferment was In the Tamfly I campaign Jn UU nation .order so" they can be checkedby public! recordb"and Ithe

shown at the state meeting in .home and beautiful garden. Hlleary of Mlcanopy and Alfred C.. Jones Funera'Home occo: ,Temple of the! Shrine,in plot in Keystone Heights I is '-dtr-eoted. primarily. at the Supervisor of Elections names 'of those signing them

Jacksonville in April. They wish ,to thank all Preston of Palatka.: Guests of Keystone Height* Jacksonville.' the KeyatoneMelxpse : Cemetery with Masonic rites the nation'sjrouto.: is rtow In progress, Thomas are available to anyone the
HERE AND THERE: those who a..ve.so generouslyof for Sunday dinner included was in charge of local ar ; Masoni -Lo dge, the at the grave. Arrangementswere "Onlythrough 'onstant said. There Is-a possibility minister, declared.Ldaetabk' .

.. Roy L Bridges, of Lake' their time and assistance.ST. Mr. and; :Mrs. H. F. Martin of rangements. Ctynmunlty Church ,'f ,Keystone ; -In cha1! lt.'Ot.De-Wltt1! C:. vigilance -oan we- preseiwe! our that the checking may be done .
Geiteva, and his, sales manages I' WILLIAMS NEWS Tampa and Mr. and Mrs Heights,"'atid 'severala '! Jones Funeral Home of Keystone hard-won freedoms. so, that before the pjtittonA ari' prt- .

". HiU Brannon .11.', of BU Members of the St.. Wil Preston Beckham and .daughter : .- .. ,. Heights.it. we can pass on to future generation aerated to th'-r County C./mmlsion Qj....-AD afce Vinyl_ eeair_ .. .
mingham. 'Ala attended a liams' Altar Society wish to and J. W. Brown, all of : *' the .,.Messing 'which 'at Its fceict: meeting on .
luncheon meeting of the Automotive thank the, donors of articlesfor Hawthorne. ding.Members of group were; Wm.: :"'Edward' Moore News was scarce this week have 'been\ ours," thespeakersaid. March. 14,..:.ftiotnas .sa d. The Tolegrapb.SCBEDULW"

Affiliated for the W. W. Duncan spent a Chlapplnl\; again because of the- weather that It ..
representatives the rummage sale Mrs. Bride; Carol Pie; .,tQrnq ,aald .
in Tampa recently. Mr. support of the project, and &to few days; In Nashville Tenn. Ornom'Bruce. Oratnger: Mother 'Se*'vices Set [I hope}. Taking all. the fishing The Americanism program wilt probably be' next Juiy' br'

Bridges was one of the original the hard working committeewho with her husband Capt. W. of the.BriidW Phyllis Odomj; Friday At 'Melrose < news out of this column. was i>preceded'by! Ik dinner MT- 'August before the actual elec-
directors of( this orgaiYtza make'the sale a great W. Duncan. Father of the Bride. ,Preston made It shrink somewhat.Now ., ved at 8 p. m.:: and the even- tion Is held since the law pro-' OF SERVICJS8 '

.... lion, for the state of Florida. success. Mrs. Nettle Mann and Outhrls;Mother: of the Groom Services. 'for. 'William Ed-! I hope all you sports Ing's events-'closed-with: bi'' ns'wet-dry election'from ;:

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones ST. ANNE'S: NEWS.Rev. granddaughters. Evelyn and Denloe Ollrle; Father of ,the ward} Moore, 50, of Swan Lau, fans will Join me in my other !Stated< 'CMnmmucaUon atp. 8 being 'conducted1 within, 80 PARK, :;I; I

of Alliance. Ohio, are guests 1 E.:: F, Shumaker pf Patricia Cox of Jacksonville Groom., Leon Ebersole; Ushers,, who wa killed, In-&.he crash, of column and see what's- hap ; m.-Worshipful. Master William days [before or after. ) any of-
at) Mr.: 'ttrid Mrs-. Phil Wrfgto Penney Farms was guest spent Saturday In iM.elrose'Vls-' Greg Huff and Kevin Shepherd his private ;.plane'' Sunday pening. Until next, Week. } P. Wilson presided. primary or general election.3i UM>,.

of Lakevlew'': Drive. Mrs. Jones priest at the Sunday morning' lUng ,friends. Mrs. Mann entered ; Attendants, Linda Price night near Bunnef'wll1 beheld here's Leeon. with another r will not be time enough 'PALMS

Is Mrs. Wright's sister. service at St. Anne's. Father the Methodist:! Hospital and. Vivfauk. WomW, Maid ol M 1ft...-.... Friday, in tale about those Specs. to hold it before the May primaries : t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brenckto Shumaker read the mass and In Jacksonville Monday for Honor was Maria Yarbrough* I Trinity Episcopal! Church LEEON'S CORNER need your help. My 'sincere Thomas said. t I S SUNDAYS: It

man of Union( N. J. are guestsof delivered 'the sermon. an operation on her eye. Minister, Craig Egeland; Melrose. "Specs" !thanks to Mire Cheryl Ortf- fhe action. by: the Orwell ::11:00: A.U.t: o P.M.
!Mr. and Mrs Henry Schu Plans are now' complete for Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steuart Guests of the Bride John I Mr. Moore had lived in the (second edltlonl its who;dldvsacli"a good Job Cove, Jaycees. who launched I'

ber''of Clover Lane. the Shrove Tuesday pancake had as weekend guests Mrs Chamblee, H Bobble Buodrlck! :Melrose area since 19M coming The Specs are moving as ;our former reporterfor the campaign to obtain signatures THURSDAYSFUNDAMENTAL
During\ their stay they enJoyed supper on February 27 Tickets Steuarfs mother and stepfather and<< Oorenne; Davis; Guests of there from Miami. He was On the bed again her'eourtesy' and h lJJfu1n'''. asking for the election. "If'( Ph,;;

a trip to Tampa and a may be ,purchased from :Mr. and Mrs. (.Dan the Groom Eddie St. John an employee of Telephone So well be out, 1 also appreciate the courtesy brorht quick reaction from II l I

weekend at The Causeway members of the church and at Panaro !her (brother. David Yancy Dull; and :Becky 'Jen- Plowing Co., Inc.. of Durham: Till nine or ten. extended me by aU those 1 J Clay County ministerial lead, BW-JI f 1 '4'EA fII q

Inn witnessed the Jose' Gas- the door.Adults $123 and children Donaldson. and her slater, ,kins. N. C., and a former employeeof We go across have contacted In my first ers who voiced their opposition .
parilla Plrates' Lmrasion of Ule under 12 75 cents. Now Mrs. Harold Decker and three There was an intenqtukd Southern Bell. The lake you see. search for news. and announced" plansto All Ben Ie" Retyi Ja The

city and the fabulous Busch all we need are lots of hearty children: all of Palm City.. basketball Friday .between th. Surviving' are his wife por- :,I'00 find a Spec, The community Is.deeply organize an opposition fight:. New Bible Center;

.. Gardens. pancake eaters.. Serving time Weekend guests of !Mr. and Scottles end the Trojanswblch ,, ofehy; two sons, Ernest*; and For Dad and me. saddened by the death of Dr. Jack, Entxs. executive direr
Lawrence K: Walrath o)f Is 6 to'8:30' ': P. m. at the pariah Mrs. R. M. Cason Included the Trojans won, ,39-33 Joe, and one stepson Marvin All the time. nn..Jdd Chrfataflers. and WI1- .
Washington, D. C. visited his house. their son and'daughter-in-law. Friday, was' School SplrH t Boos Jr., all of Swan Lake; We're !going fishing. Darn Edwin'Moore i ; ; a In a plane ,, ,

mother, Mrs. F. M. Walrath GOLF NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cason. Day.The his mother Mrs. Fannie Ellen For a big ole Spec. crash Sunday ove 1nIr. Sincere i .-.. .--- : ,' ,
this past week. The ladies continued their and children Dianna and Jill, Senior class: Is bus' Moore, Jacksonville! : ;foul We are 'wishing. sympathy 1 Is extended to the GLASS !' "'' Ouri sneaCALL ; :
CUB SCOUT NEWS: second! week of team play with of Silver Lake; their daughter practicing their play,;'-whlci:: brothers. Warren Moore Ml- We bait the hooks bereaved families. To Miss

Cub Scout Pack. 305, Keystone the Jack Nlcklous' team leadIng and son-in-lr.w, :Mr. and !IMrs will ,be ,presented late ,tr: arpl; and George, Stanley and And drop them In. Gail Christoffers and,William d ,. 'I,
Heights, recently vIsIted 'In the'IB-hole' group and George Thlgpen of East. Pa March : Louis Moore all of Jacksonville Then we wait Ernest Moore who were 'Injured WRITE.W VISIT

Cecil Field. Kevin Bannon the Julius Boras team leading latka and children Mrs., 4ar-. There will be a Bake Sale e : two sisters, Mrs. Fannie For action to begin. in the crash.'go our,''best FOR, 4GUSS T$1D
one of the group would Ilk In,the 9-hole event. Team llyn Weddle and son Shawn. of at the Post Office sponsored. Peterson Jacksonville; and It's good for you wishes for complete recovery. '

.. to share his experience with play win not be held on Gainesville, Mr. and. Mr*. Hob:I by the Junior.,Clasa. Mrs. J. Wilton Smith Jacksonville When they start. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wa Design Modern Store. Fcoate
... our readers. Thursday Feb. 29, as a. number Harris and children: < Lyn, A cerj wash : He writes: of ladles will be attending Molly, and Bart of Greenville, Saturday at Chiapplnl's Ser Rev. Millardi Breyfogle andy You have a weak heart. to know that they returned Just Mail Ua A Pattern For

e "We went on a trip to Cecil Oolf-A-Round at Golden Hills S. C.; and their grandson, ,vice Station also sponsored b: Rev. Wm. A. Poppell will officiate You've
: Field and when, we !got there Country.Club, but will'' be resumed Fenton Morris of East PaJal, the Juniors. at the Friday snonune Better pull It fast. ing a stay of several monthsin

a bus met us. at the, front ly on Thursday, Feb. 29, ka. Saturday &afternoon} guest I METHODIST; CHURCH services. Interment 'will ,.be iz Or else your chance. Miami.Lt. .
: gate for a little ride. When we for the final round. were Tom Fairish and twc( There will be an Adult Laboratory the Melrose Cemetery with Will soon go past. and Mrs. W E. Dampier GLASS CO. a

got to the tower we split inbc The Annual George Washington boys. TimmY and Luculs, 01 r School for all,workersteachers ',Johnson-Davis. Funeral !Biome. Those Specs are dun were dinner guests of Lt. and .

three groups. One group wen t; Silver Trophy Tournament Palatka. and Interested ,persons t ot,, Palatka\ In, ,harge.: When they're on the bed. Mrs. .Joseph Zelgler In Gainesville "If It's Glass -We Have If
to the fire station. The othe will be held on Sunday, Mrs. Josephine McDaniel oj r la the adult division< o! You 'catch a few Wednesday evening. 1313 NW.4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone
group went to the weathe Feb. 23. This will be an 18- California is' now working Ir I the church school FBbruarj,, And they'll turn your hes4,. Mr and Mrs. Percy Sullivan. FR2-4353
station and the last grout: hole event men's choice: fol- Nell's Style Shop with Mrs 23-29: at t First Church to t with us !In another boat was,I Sometimes they bite slow. Jr:,and Percy III were week- r

it went to the tower. lowed 'by a covered dish sup Nell Duncan. She is a forme Gainesville.The Pete :Barton. Tinkl Flllmor I But then when they do. end guests of Mrs. Sullivan's

"Up there they showed ui I per. Please sign In at the ClubHouse Melrose resident and hope! ,, nominating Committee$. and Charlie :Morris. It will ,be a nice one parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- -- r..
how to control the airplanes I If you are planning to her old friends will come by will meet Thursday, at 1:OC p Uncle Alfred Hudson ot r Ill almost bet you. shall Strickland at Flora--- C ; :. Ii3
overhead. We went to lunch participate.MELROSE. and visit her. p. m. in the Fellowship Hall Gainesville spent last week! So come on out. home. :
and right after that we wen Mr. and Mrs. Elvie Whetna Members are: Ernest Crawford with us. He fa getting him. 8 I When your work Is -done. f' 41 I:
to the training building 1 to I '................"..................................... and Mr. and :Mrs. Elme '. Mrs. Ralph Griffin 1, new 18 horse power motor, sc I And you'll be glad !Mr. O&lneevllte and :Mrs. R., Mrs O.:Zelglerof' Rhoda. ." "I ., ''I' << f 'I I

see how an ejection seat work) Whetnall of Columbus. Ohio o, B. Nicholson Mrs. J. L. Price,, we can go across the'quicker lake :You >goon. on the fun Dampier. and !Mr. and Mrs. J, .1. .' 'I :
ed."After are 'visiting !Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sr., and Mrs. W. A. \Schoen and get where the J. Lee were Sunday guests of

that we saw 1t Samson. em an. fish are biting.; Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Orlffls- and
wouldn't fall but the firs Roy Samson and !Mark: Ga- World Day of Prayer Servlc Q t Mr, and Mrs. Owen Bryan t' family. *

time he tried It it tailed an/c/ By"Joyce Rowe1aaAaaAAAaaaaaaUaaaa. boardl spent, a month In Col- will 'be March) 1 at 10:00: a.,m, visited !Mr. and Mrs. H. JM Douglas Sullivan spent the 219s"WHILE ?

the man turned red." umbus, Ohio building: a cai at Faith Presbyterian Church Coker In Jacksonville, over''tale weekend in Tampa on al: Boy
Kevin Is only 9 years old for the American Race Cars Everyone is invited. ,weekend. .P' .. Scout trip. The group left Friday "J .THEY LAST: ,
: and is to be commended! 1ara' This week; we have a celebrity Association: race which was Fonden ,,Dautery of Jacksonville -. BAPTIST afternoon and returned
concise"report. 'In our midst Rev. T. A.. held In Daytona/Sunday. refiINDIAN- ..................... .... visited his sister and! :First Baptist Church Raw. Sunday. With Acceptable Trade
Steuart. pastor of the Melrose driven Don dreg brother-in-law, 'Ella and" Lucky Lawrence Carroll Bun',
car was by : pastor. Lt ; I No
i l and Mrs. Harry Loper '
Methodist Church will ,be on ory of' Columbus and BEACH Lutgen Friday night. -Mrs, day School. 9:45: a. m. Wor- are enjoying .visit with local _

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS television all week. He can be 18th in the 47 car race.And. 'Rose Edmondson of Miami,I ship Services;' 11 a. m., aiu l relatives and friends ;following One Year Service ,

seen, on "Living Warda" at among the sick in the Mrs. H. R. Smith of Gainesville -, 7:30: P: Training Union a'year'es' tour of duty at Ulm '
6:26 a. m. on Channel 12 community: Rev. Albert Eg (Lake Michael Santa H. Fe) and Mrs. Joe Stevens ol, 8:30: p. m. Nursery open tot!, Military'! Base, 17. S. Army, SALE
every morning this week .Saturday gleston continues In critical I Byt Chlttf. Jacksonville [all sisters oJ all services. West While In''Ger-
he will be on ,jt 6:53: a. condition at Cabell-Hunting. 1'11. 615-:1111: Ella were visiting the LutgeSunday. rraCATHOLIC I Mrs. Leper the former On AU Floor Appliances

m.We ton Hospital in W. Va. He li ... .&&.&&&&&&&&&&..&W Danny and Sue Lut St. William's Church-Suii-, Janelle many ',BuUlngton of Starke and T.V. .'

'would like to welcome a not expected to recover i'Good: evening. welcome to gen and Doug and Sharon) day Mass 9 a. m. Wednesday r. worked with the. Army Educa-
new member to Our commun- Rev. Jamei Flnlc was :released Lutgen of Keystone ,and Mass and Novena 7 p. in.COMMVNrrY .
tion Center.
Ity. She Is :Miss Melissa' Ann from ,the hospital las OOPS the Alfred I r! Wrong Hitchcock channel show, : Donny osteen of Gainesville '- CHURCH Mr.: and 'Mrs :Percy Sullivanof Wheelers Discount Appliance
'; I Huff, born Sunday Feb. *1, at week and was able to resume here we go. Hello friends this! were, Sunday dinner guests ol Sunday School 9:40: a. m Palatka were Sunday even- J !
Alachua General Hospital to his duties. the Lutgens. Saturday ,night Morning Worship 11 a.. m Ing visitors of his parents. Mr. Between
is rolling-reporter with Melrose &
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Huff. Mar- Miss Bessie Rutherford was your the Lutgens visited Mrs. H. .R Nursery at 11 o'clock service! and .Mrs.-Cleveland Sullivan; : Keystone <.-- Ph. 475-2401
the Re
ty and) Melissa: home released from the hospital Indian .Beach..News Smith In Gainesville. only. Rev. Leon F. Milner,
came I "We Service ,
BUSINESSDIRECTORY port. Now we ,pause for a political their son Percy Jr. and family. What We Sell Flrstr"
following surgery and Is staying Charles. Louise and Paulette
Thursday and both are doing pastor. .
announcement;, "Ncfriends ; and tier sister. jMlss Dorothy (Then We Service TheRest
fine. Paternal (grandparent with a niece In Gaines Strandberg were recent visitors -EPISCOPALSt. )
\ I'm not running for
are Mr. and iMrs. Omar Hut ville. of Mrs. Jo Straddnberg. Anne's Church. Mornlnc Morris left Saturday
of Melrose and maternal John Clark is In bed with a President either, (not yet Dennis White of Waycross. Prayer and Sermon. let, :3rd.' for visit In Philadelphia
grandparents are Mr. and twisted knee following a fall any (howl Now back to the Ga. spent last week with his and 4th Sunday 9:30: a. m, with a relatives.

BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. W. H. WUbanks of :Ft. from a ladder. news. Things could ha.ve'beenbetter l sister and brother-in-law Mr Holy Euc.harlst.and sermon, Friends" of Marshall, Clover- i,.
over the weekend [A!I
The Melrose men's basketball and Mrs. O. W. Ellis. 2nd '
Drum. Sunday. 9:30: a. m. [Nursery
settle will be'glad to 'know
far as fishing anyway],, .
team played the Keystone We received! a letter from open .for :tall services.]
Guests at the home of Mr but at least that 'he Is much Improved
had ,
KEYSTONEBEAUTY we one pretty
men's Melrose last Mrs. Ida Whitehead
and Mrs. R. M. Cason early in team day which improve- last week. Dally offices of Morning and from his recent illness and
Wednesday at Melrose and was an and she hopes to toe back Evening Prayer 8
a. m. and 4p.
week Rev. and Mrs
SHOPEdith were ment. I said last week that we returned to his home Sunday sttisream
the They were not home soon. She Is Rev.
Tom won game. Seeing m. William I. Jones,
Capel of Palmetto. Rev.
needed after .week's stay In Glendale -
Johnxon! Owner night when a change but X wasn'tquite much better
so lucky Thursday now. Vicar.
Capel is the former pastor of Hospital in Palatka.Mrs. ,
Personal thinking latt mao:
they lost to Hawthorne. Charlie and Vanetta /Morris\ -LUTHERAN
& CreativeHall' the Baptist Church and was rain. We tried to ado..some I / Goldte Bunch of 4 i Nep- t<
Wednesday night they will of Houston Tex., and THAI Divine 11
a. m.
here to perform the service tune Beach the weekend I I
fishing was
bu t!
StyHnl'iDIIIyfcluai Saturday evtnlag ..
play the Palatka men's teamIn .. 'and Fat Flllmon" and children Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd
for Mrs. Torley'j funeral of Oils Dorothy.Mills..
the weather guest
Beauty (pare Melrose gym and hope for was too bad, All Rhonda Patti and Donna ol Sunday Services held cub
Every form of Other guests were Mrs.: Gen you people who Recreation Is held each
reading r
Beauty Culture
another victory. Play begins Tampa,ywere 'weekend 'guesta Sunday at st.-Anne'.. Episcopal &AL "?
Open Tnee.-Sat. 9-5; Mallard\ of Gainesville and her my fishing reports, vVl' haw Monday aright at the Theressa i
about 8:00: p. m. of Pete and Joyce Barton. Church. Richard Meyer,,
Closed Monday parents. Mr. and Mrs. Size- to read my new column [Volet Community House beginning
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Saturday night supperguestsof minister.THERESSA.
more of Knoxville Ky. of the Sportsman, Qtr the; .at.T o'clock.. All ;residents of c'T
the Melrose Barton the
Winners of the were: Flll-
: NURSERY !Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Selleckof Sports Page of,,,this la the community; are invited
Iowa Duplicate Bridge Club last papersthM mons, the Morris'. Fred -ands ""y .. ,, .. ,, .
stopped by to visit column, will be JIopo Baptist Church
week Mrs Roland Bryan Corlne Thleman, English. and
: O.C. Carries Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe enroute to 'Were: about fishing Sunday\ School. 10 a. m.*>
Nursery ) and, hunting I
and Mrs. J. P. Vase, 1st Romania Hilton and ,>James -L
Ft. Myers. hope all : Morning Worship, 11 a. m.J; -
: Hlway 100, Florahorae2S Miss place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and< you enjoy.reacting it, and Cricket Chitty. Pete and ,
Loretta Carol Cham- and Evening: Worship 7:16: m.
MU. SE of Starke support me In'my new .p. ;
Mrs John Strawn. 2nd place:.. Charlie went fishing Saturday
: Nursery Stock Thousands blee celebrated her 16th birth- undertaking. By Dorothy Mills Training- union.; 4:30 p. m. That Car Doesn't
day at her home Mrs. Mary Cook, and Miss Iva morning but of Plants A Fruit Tree to Thursday ,Closing a week of ,ivacation. Phone 473-4518 Wednesday evening Prayer '
Hillyer, 3rd place; and Mrs. anything. Dream
ohootM from. Nice Shade Trees, I Feb. 15. C. W. Hardy and Mrs. 1l""'. T. Daddy along 'with Mama. Fred and Corlne Ttlerjoan Service: Is at 7:30: p. m. with '. .A.Joan From U.
!Mr. and Mrs.
a : Evergreens_ A landscape John Walkerof Hogue. 4th place. Grandmother Copeland and I spent the last week at their rw.. ....T...."..... choir >practice following 'the Will. Make It Yours
Columbus. !
Plants. All Ohio have been .a<<"t1oe. The Bible Club for .
l'' oontalners spent Sunday afterncvn InW1lliaton. their house .
Anyone Interested In pla.yInw place working on .
Plant anytime. Camellia A spending the winter with their duplicate ,bridge Is wel- with nut', aunt and while on 'vacation.The 'Beginning this week, the grades 1 through 6, meets d wetting a loan the thew
: hdeaVh (
azaleas. son-in-law and daughter: Mr. news from :Monday afternoon after nbll your
uncle Clara and Sul- Theressa will be w'thirt
: 8 probably
,,1. ,and Mrs. Roy Samson. come to do so. Playing startsat James Meeks family Iesti than In matter
: Let 011''do yon landscaping 10:00: a. m. at the Woman'sClub. Ivan. Daddy says the .only was down over the weekend, brought to you by a new re- school. t hours 'Is a
.. Phone 659-2165 Monday were Mrs:Mrs.Bernice O. E. Gano Preston Cost Is $50 and players thing wrong 'with vacations, also the James Klnchen family -. porter.'' My name Is ,Dorothy J I $) ; <42dKIM7' yours. easily- conf-!
are you have to go back to Mills, my telephone number is CONCRETE PRODUCTS
bring a sandwich for lunch. was down. '
: USED CARS of High! Springs. Mrs. LoU Coffee Is served. work when. they're over. Don Ritchie was down. 4T9-4038. and I win sincerely So.lf .you need money for a. new car, or a second

MURRHEE SCHOOL NEWS middy Ellis, my{ather'. cousin 'Thursdayhnd..: .*. Friday doing appreciate a call: from any of INSIST 'l'llA.TAu.- .YOUR car for a growing family, consult .us. today!

Hanks Used Cars .1 A "Mock Wedding" was< ,from OalaeavUle. came some work on his lot. Also,, It you any time you Have _a_news ooNcaxra: moDtrcrsAJUB
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Insurance Agency held last week In the Modern down to go fishing with us looks like some one has been item. Remember,, the _orld'. THJC: 'BEST FROM 'KEYSTOHfe

TERMS Richard Mnrrhe. Art Family Living Class under the 'essay went iu the ndolngT some work at. Carl -t>eat-reportercould, not I make .STAIR E&NK

: BUY SELL TRADE General Insurance guidance of Mrs. Lea Steph-:' beds but the wind ,bloomed us Hurst's place too. He has.' a a report;'without the oooparsktoa ,- Edward' Building' '. Member F4XIC..

Rt. 1 Bos 90 Fire CasualtyMarine enson to demonstrate the so fast the Specs couldn't ..Idee bar-be-que pIt built.' 'of _the-people. who /jmake ; Keyaton ..tzt-u.. 11i.
: Hwy. 10O 8 Milt s. Stark* Auto Bonds procedure 'nvoh ed In a wed. latch: our hooka f aught: a "Everyone is getting ready for the; news-and .since am cer-r Supply, me.:, ''Y.1I1': 'FrleadJl' Ilisld..he Shur '"
Jackftau'that, talnly notthe world's best reporter +>
Rey5Grae fats-Ma &7&-4,. ( / was all that Spring and Summer." n'L'
was etLtI8'I1t.PIshI1Z'" along I hate to1 say It.t but that's I will most definitely Mate-m-4SM ;

ommunity"l l

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'1 'rifORSDAY _. .... ....".g MtAM'OftB' > COUNTY TTt IM11tAPN. 9TAKIOX.FLDltlyl7f; !SECTION 3 -- PACE :3
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Services Held pltal after a-brief Illness. 1 More' Students FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Born In Bradford County he STARKE
For Mrs. McCormickIn lived in New River until .1005wlhfin Eligible For Sunday Services: Sunday

Raiford !he moved to Miami, tie Loans At SFJCAnewfederaUylneured I School. 9:45: a. m. Moram
Church Evening
was an' electrical llnemart I Worship 10; 4. #. m.

'. 'Mrl. Viola Belle .and a member\ of 'the. .Baptist stun Service 06:30: p. m. Midweek /
McConntck. Church.: **\ '* *. de ..loifiprpri'aan now makes: Service Wednesday 7:1: 'PM. r
. 78. died Friday, Feb. u..,;:ln a f ._ Charles Reese minhter.FIRST A S
ire funds to Increased I S
Maccleany: hospital .after an Surviving< his' nrldo-a .vagaole an h

extended,$Illness: Mrs. Judith H. 'Moody o*MJr! Tiuiniber of Santa'Fe junior BAPTIST CHURCH,,

I Born li: Bradford County, ami; 'Ida pa pmrenUJHr.& and Mrs. Colleg*'.tttdents.' STARKB

&he wa.I lifetime resident of Joe S. Moodyy Lake ''Butler, The naw ;pfogxani Is aimed ata Sunday School.
: .Sunday
1 I :Jlalf ord. and a member and a slater, Mrs Robert middle rather than low in- -
of the Worship.
.. ..
: I would allow' 9:44: m. Morning ., ,
Qt Raiford 'Baptist: Church. Dobbe. Lake :Butler. come group and. 11 :. "Th Spirit -
a m. Sermon;
Surviving Is a sister, Mrs. Funeral services were held ny jrtudtnt,.to.bOlTOW money .. I. I
( Come
". i :Adam Kelly, of Raiford. at 2 p. m.""Tuesday* McKlnr :provided' ; he is enrolled' and And The artdeSay: BAiLEd HIGHWAY RAIFORD NOR HSIDE, BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
. Training tTnton. .:
Funeral services tn good,+tandln< or ha been CUVRCD'I culi arT CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
were held ney Cemetery near,.New River 7:30.: Sermon: |""Hhe BAPTIST '
1 at 3 p.m. Monday In the Ral- with Rev.Lonnle|*. "Parkerjtrf.:!,\ acceptetftfor ..enollment at Prophet; Who Didn't Die," I i > Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
3 ford Baptist Sah! a :Ff;.lie la carrying: at, I Sunday: School 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday MornIng '
Church 9:43
with a. m. ,
Rev Arrangements Sqhool : 11
ficlatlng. Mere, : Meeting A ,, Morning Worship a. Bland Morning Worship. 11 a. m.:
1' ..least of the college's MondayR. Morning' Worship Service, 11 School 10 Worship 11
Jack Stolte officiating. Burial of Brannon 10:45: a. m. .
In charge Funeral! Worship, 7 p. m.Rev. Inland A.Baker Evening Worship 8 p. m.'
> ) In normaj full-tuie load; and he p. m. Youttt Choir Practice. 7 a.at..: Training Union. 6:30: a-U. and T:30 Training
was Sapp Butler.
Cemetery under
Lake .-
\ Home. o<. Training Union 6:45: p m. pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday'
the direction of Brannon Fun S* a jt Itlaea or national of the p. m. New River Association p. m.; "Evening Worship! 7:30: Union.. 6:30: p.m. RevH Jack_
Evening: Service 7:45.
: 10 8 m. Sing each Friday at 8
'" Thursday Visitation p.
Executive 7 m.
, eral Home of Lake Butler. CARD OF THANKS Unitedetates:( /. or la to the :Meeting p. p. m. Stolte.JNII r.JKINGSLEY .
.1 Prayer Service Wednesday and 7 m. Rev. Harvey Lane
Tuesday Junior' Choirractlce a. m. p. m. p. pas
United'' States tot) other: than -
e", Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30p. :
We wish to express our 3:30 7:45: 'p. m'' tor.
i Services HeM 1 sincere appredatlonr ,tfaf lIe porary .. and Sunbeams.Practice': n-; .0.%... Meeting Wed.. LAKE NEW RIVER BAPTIST
thePlderal p. m. Primary Choir.
f many expressions of love and p i -The,loajM are Insured by 7:30: 'P"-.m.:1; Choir Rehearsal. BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
I For Felton Moody 'concern ehflwn by 0*' frfends Oovernment said kt 4p.m. Meet-. Wed. ':31 *p. m.: Sxothec> Sunday School 9:45: .. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. A.

I' Of Miami during our loved ones extend- the event of a student's death. Wednesday Prayer ChoirPractlcq,7 hood meeting, last :Monday Morning Worship 11 a. m. 63. W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.,
ei Illness, and the klndne&i total and permanent disability Ing, 7 p. m. Church in taco month. Rev.. David Training Union 6:13: p. m. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m
; services 10
: Sunday School.
e Felton Moody. 36 a former''and symstttUay, in our. recent or 'failure to pay. the lender Tbwafay:: ; ;*.. Weekday Bible !Medelros' pastor. i I Evening Midweek Service Prayer 7:30: Service.Wednesday p. .m.I .. 'a. m. Preaching 11 a. m.Training Worship, 8 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.Ivenlng .

11'1 resident of New River, died. fOrrow-n.: ..xtmxAll\ .of Chalet >$(- w&.be reimbursed 100 ..percen.fcftf T As- Wednesday night service Service: 7:30.: Prayer
1 Wednesday in. Miami. ; .. the unpaid balance of Class. 10 a..m.Vlaitation. Church Of Jesu :: 7:30: p. "m. Come Union 5:43: p.: m.Evening 7:30 Meeting Wednesday 7:37
a hoe- lee T. Vede soclaUonal Brotherhood Meet- "* Christ Of let tie worship together Worship,. 7 p. m. : p. m. Everyone'1IIelcome.L. :
'- the loan. ,.Latter-day Saints L. Parker m. .Rev. R. H. Butter
pastor. p. -
'' iJWrfBg> thj 4tudent'e 111period' ing. Boatdrain:Baptist Church, Everyone welcome .- Elder!:
t 416 East Call SRI pastor.
eu 7 p. PINE LEVEL BATTISli A./0. Flynn, pastor.
Federal ,
sohovj._ ;; m.W. Services; : CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday
the total A. Hogan, pastor. Sunday' School 10 a. ,m
e Qoy rn Kient pays ..Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday J IIEILBRONN
'mtirert up to six per ,cent Schocl 10400 Sacrament Morning Worship.. 11 .. m I : Bible Study JO
'stent e interest per.annum for era' in P9ortda. The_ [session 11:00.: Pre-eerrlots [Booster :fean& School, 9:45: a. sa. a. m.; Miming Worship and Morning Sunday School v:45:11 a. Ok!

- .kbcfe students whose! adjusted will be held at, the Elk Lodge Branch President Young People and Pray Communion Service 1 It ... m- Woranlp. a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. Training Union. 6:30 ...
fa nllj: >;,, income:'to less than in Live Oak 'on. February 28, Dean Hansen., 964-6278. Service], 0 p. m. Cvenln m.I Evening services 6:30.: : p.

! H6OW. per ',ear, During starting at 2 p.\\ m. FIRST ASSEMBLY UF GOD Wor hip 7 ..;.. m':. Uldwee Youth Fellowship A p. m. Wednesday Worship servI Training Union 7:00: p. m
the loan 'repayment period. This will be an informationU OF STARKB Choir Practice Wednesday.I lice 7 Evening Service. 8:00.: MId-
Service. Wednesday. 7:30 p p m. Minister Jack P.
the Federal Government pays meeting held for the benefit West Weldon: St.. and Ral- m. E. R. I 8 p.m. Prayer Service 7:39
D. D. I bell. Wednesday.
m. ;
I I p.
three nr cent simple Interestper cf all flue-cured tobacco tord Road. tor. -- .. star. Robert D. Burcb.
> sI annum on the" unpaid growers and others interestedIn Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.

( principle balance. Students tobacco. The 1964 )programwill 11:00: a. -m. :Morning Worship: -
:4i' who do not Qualify for Federal feature reports on Stabi 6:00: p. m, C. A. Services: 7:00p. :

Interest' benefits may lisation's.operation). including, m. Evangelistic &1n1ce .

t borrow, but they must pay all Tobacco. Growers Services! Wednesday:, 7:30: p.m. Midweek In Your Future
'- + of the interest on the loan. Inc.. Stabilization's ''wholly- Prayer Meeting, An Investment

; us prescript ion-mix. ; f hibulk Undergraduate students owned.\ subsidiary.' Pastor: Rev. George treed.

may.: borrow 1,000 maximumeach Stabilization's members elect Jr.

fertilizer YOy'.hr..S. 'undergraduate. year with annually at each district I 'I"EIIJ Clalem
. .to $5,000 maximum for all undergraduate meeting an Advisory! Committee *llas.l-aHea Mao h1aYr
I. ; years. from each county In the
.Join: tie growing: numbs*cf top produce' .who broadcast Graduate students may obtain district. Members of these Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday I
of their N-P-Kle School. 11:00: a. m. Morning
mica taizerr quiteinents before they plant..
Provide t 1,500' rlnsTlnulsi 1lnch county committees help to..dis: WorShip. 1:00: p. m. Training m
a aelpngferYlltybrsgourcropscanbuDdopglL e&- graduate year but\ with: 4 $'7.J. .- seminate inf -matIon -
,eon J long: Save tim .'iivoid.' fha risk: of weather deity and concerning Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening ,
50O maximum 'tor all underIJRQuete Stabilization's activities to
.Improve the-effMssMy tt your tetalIIIItilIze2 pro""" .' Worship. I 4. 4
and graduate years other tobacco growers' In the Wednesday\! 7:30: PrayerServices. 4t 'K1.3 y ; tt .1. .t -. 4, ,, >
I But dont gmw at year rUUn; .aeedik IM ue help :yon combined.Interested. area .s wen as to the general 1st and 3rd Wednesnlffht T .rry '
.plan tailored to soils and yield
a program you your goal .IndlvlJuAla) :!: mayobtaGl' public..iplatrlct.
'-7:00: p. m. Family:
Wend N-P-K
Then we ll.preucription- a complete xnixtura additional Information '
; one l growers" are represented -: Nigh
made with gemobM Gnlfquality fartillzera
j .
by coheactmg Mrs Crockett at -
on Stabilization's :
'U. oar'wtodara'bulk apteacler or arrange fer.custom sant Junior'C Utte Dlrectora ; I..
'p"t Board by a dIrector STREET
app It f Stgpb".r.p1paRtoflW} .... ... .. _
elected by growers: for a 3- BAPTIST CHURCH

Sow Urt' Cull.b here to hefp grow Tobacco Meeting year term. The election of the Sunday -School, 9:45: a. m. 4 {!aL.d

To. $e' HeldIn directorate .serve on Stabilization's Morning Worship. a. :in.

'i>}Q.JQ.j} Live Oak Board for the next I Youth Choir Practice. 7:30: P. &ir
ieiidedI "i.T i. three years will be !held In the I m. Youth/" Choir Supper,' 5:45.:

IIt. I- business session of the meet- '' _
JT.! '''Weeksgenera) nan- I Training,) Ur>ion.\ 6U5. WMU

FitrifLIZERSGOtf ager of Flue-Cured Tobacco ing. ',! Prayer Circle, '7:15. .Evening' \ 1
Cooperative Stabilization Corporation This.meeting prill offer every Worship. T130. 1t t

'FARM CENTER and the Cooperative's tobacco ,grower an opportun- Wednesday Prayer MeetIng -
Visitation,, 7:15 m. 1
Director from Florida Billy unity to become better Informed p.
W. Kill of "Jasper fcave an- /) about the grower-support' Church Choir Practice. 8:30:

_TELEPHONE 496.4552zLAKEd :nounced the Stabilization'sed!I .phases of the tobacco pro Norman"L/Reddlng.. interim

gram. All growers are urged to pastor. I __
10th annual District Mee-tlng! u/ '
I ..1. BUTLER, FLA. for flue-cured tobacco grow-: attend and 'participate. In the .4_ -1, :<::

. ,meeting,at Live, Oak.JUfc BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCW ,.<

"u ., ". _. ._.._._...,_,.. .., .. :. v\ u. AmA' I .', 'i i S .' : Plenty I Qf ROOM R
*' lv 7o-"L'l' W w Sunday School. a.: ai. 1

1 '"p Moaning WorahiK ll.a,'.,,m. '
Evening! Worship ?:n p. aa. 4 Have you"ever,' when on a vacation, In tho peak! of

Prayer Meetfac. 7:SO p. m the tourist season, looked and looked along the highway yi> '
Wednesday:-Rev. J. C. ''Hes. E tr 4
.with'an table that
K 't' tore pastof.HOPE .' for a roadside park empty so

family could have a picnic lunch and rest? Then '
\For Real Atmosphere BAPTIST CHURCH '
.- ..... ... lEtihwra 10. at ThiressaJ,, r of course, all might travel refreshed. How nice it l la
Oonday School I""a', a.m. to come upon a park'like this one. with the breeze I 4QlIN

Training Morning Union Worship. 6:30-11 a. m. 6 blowing across the water.Isn't n* Tin (C1tIrdIII .Wi .ppoIote4 og.nq" In / E El

4Litt p. m. world ,blip''''n'ttw.....1<01..ol Hit.Mb0 .'
1- Evening Worship 7:15:
.111. t'' it wonderful that there l Is always plenty ofrobot : (or mm ond ol Hli domond. far man'M".,.... :
't's i, IhcoI boa ht estop. "hb" .ndpld.a., eaM.t, ,
Wednesday Nlgnt! Gayer: at the House of God There Is always a church ( 'IhH|lwn4ln. .III(11M to..d l Cod.., m gminfnml 1 Q!
Wo'heelFr. Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. I 3 .. >?
xi w Hclity r II> Iii nil Ions Yf
food) and sweet
Merle where you can receive spiritual ,
Packham.\ pastor t r p..wn.d DM IrwdoiM which w. hold Mdm !111 :

of the IOU. ). The church holds. out; its arms In welcome will IniMobly poihk. Ihiciltn, sin m ;
t nOATDRAEV BAPTIST i hen.pllhh|pobll row,.Mil uldiup|Ht ill! .
CHURCH 'BTABKB to'all, Inviting everyone,to come and learn of God llu Ownk lor Itw uko tl Mo Mllon ol Ain '(1 illWon't
WEST .m ..t .f.he 'W..' e.es tM '...". rustle wegoswhefl '
Perfect .... d. you attend this week? Mil md M lomllf. hyond Hul, howonf, MKiiy
.ll'.d.U. f r cltker Hnl sT r nTttv Sunday School, 10 a.m. 14i
.. four. f.....*.. glebe. ., ...1... ..P".. finish. ... Horning Worship, 11 a.m. (;. l ponni ihould uphold ond factldooli hi *5 5Itio ;{ ;<

.. ..,.. wael.:' tfmmtm brt.ge a warm (taw righte! .r Training: Union, 6 p.m. Eve- "Coma wUo ww, all ye..that labour ami? are 1 Jicavy W hunk kw.. H lolll Iho*truth oboirt A)
....c /" inon'l Hit,dtolh ond dnllnr; tin rnil* whkN KjIOM :S

( cash & carryMATERIALS 1 ring Meeting: -Worship.Wednesday 7 p.m., 7 Prayer p.NO.BTHsmE laden, and I will give you rest" Maltltfio 11:33. ) will Hi him hoi It llvi a. iMId ol f"h I stnS

,.,,wyY.trv" S f 3'{ i >
BAPTIST }btN : abinvi., ,r.rw ...
. Located on Ieaya.s. zsfgh. '::;r:':
arnkr f.nvnwwf b9t bizv: Rtv sir wSk2ii: :VVii v ia: K Sa
t2owaira3idUrc: : ;' : >}
) way ISR 2J31at RaU rd.RoN .i'

I I393O (SR'181. Berrtcea Bund
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School 10 a. m. SundajMirnlng This Feature Published) in the Interest of a Better Community by the FoJ1oytOl

wJorahlpla, m 1 Ills Civic-Minded Business Firms
.... ..... Training .
0. N. Waldo HdU Union 6:36: p. m _.
Ph. XTO-1KIU4 -
"' ....._."111., no .. Ed........d. Evening: 'Service. 7:30. Mid. FAULKNER STARKE BUILDERS
P._. IIHH-on15 a Week Prayer Service, Wednes Edwards Grocery &
"_.....,..... 11-3 Ail..t.. r day. 7:30.: Rev. Olenn Law SINCLAIR SERVICE :

MI.mI.u 833-081.N."":. 18I.] 8Orala. > e7/.t17. \ lion, pastor. ,., ,,I., : Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc.
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flW-TIMT .' Featuring? Ace hardware
Orlaado._. ,ail-541.1 ISO Mr.. MlrhliaBPk A.... I DEOAN BAPTISTCHURCU. Truck: Trailer Grecerie:Meat__Feeda Complete Paint Supplies

P..e.IN. .CHI K. Illunal et. B'OOKER. I Gee & 00 and Sporting O ode
Ph... -4.1H-U-W1 Complete Lubrication
......... O3.KI. N.A*.h .t.. 03H-TI81 r ( Sunday School. 10 a. m. "CinpCK! WITH US FIRST
W. P lm ....-... 4-IJ3: Ok..c.o- If '''.'R.\. i Morning Worship, 11 a*. m. Minor Tune-ops Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla.
a.. Rd. P.. en.t-7hu 409MHWATYCV IJxT'iiii Training Union 6:30: m. :Washington St. JM4- 310

r L1 !: $ o\ Evening!: Service: 7:30.: --p.*. Rev. 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-4899;
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Lacy Conway pastor.
Meat MarketAND
f Lawson
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,:;... : -IALPRICEt 422 Clair 'Insurance Agency
; : N. St.; Starle. .
p" OF STARKE INC.. Specialize: to Custom Slaughter
3Qe In g' e' Sunday School. 10'a.D.Wbr..: In.Cuttinl' dft WrappingPrepared ..
.. : ., S-A-V-B
-- I ship Services 11 av m. and '
For FretgerilONE
301 NORTHPh. Deep
F..14'.P..... e.S t p. m. YPE.Wednesday 74*. m.. With Your Mutual Agent

Full R&I- : '6gli Prayer Meeting Friday. ,,7 JKm. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. 984-7000

Vart.ites" t. Chore ,...... 23s1. .-Rev. 'L. S.. WUlianu past- 222 N. .Tempi Ph. 64.1369I

lya/ehing' M..'......II"."..'. I .Only ors


." iTM'C.IL"IEIA Sunday -'Church 'School. I 628 S. Walnut St.
: : 9:45.a, m.; Morning:worship: I Phone 964-6022. >
a : ; / MILLERS FALLS HAND TOOLS 11 a. m.;. Snack supper lorMYF

R.utieA.ligre. $4' 97 i.'' ARE GUARANTEED FOR tIFFBirch : 6 p,m.: MYP meetings I I 'Complete REPAIRS Automotive' 964-6305 ONTROL fti

I 6:30: 'p. m.; Evening: Worship
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r Tai/w'dSlha' : NO.1417: 'si.ir! JOINT ... 7:30; p. m.Monday> .
For Need
DfIMK.U f0.
. J Z .ae..82.2D.. lpllerta.79e' i 'Prayer Group:) I Printing-Office Supplies

Walnut l!!!!! : Na'.2OIJ' (."JTANDAItU 10 a.,. m.; Men's Club '7 p. m. ALTERNATOR SERVICE'
.. $ 9 .....dSa".83.23.Herewd.a1"." $1.49 .
J 'J PuI''1 T. 4' ... : ',. Wednesday Bite Study 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.
R. 4" .
"I.-/ NO.2S0( Phillip.Pecan and Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.
T ICave.s : limed Drill./ .,,83.50 Se..wdrl"... ; Die ; '' Phone 964-5745 for FREE
; av E. Johns
... ;" .., -, .... Charley' BRADFORDABSTRACT Inspections & Estimates
Thursday'Chancel Choir
Rehearsal. .7:30: p.'mu Company
Hurst Shell Service
Friday -. Day of 181, ft...vTalmn Ph.. 4fi07tCIBNX&AX.
.L. T I I I' Prayer at First 'Methodist I I : IN8t1BAN'CJD' 158.W. CALL ST. CARL HURST

Church; Junior .Rehearsal. I If.....,. Bo. NobedrB. Usdereel Hwv. 301 & 100 Ph. 9S4-6111
....... Starke Fla. Ph. 964-6381 ......
3 p. m ._.._. I) !barley, Agse, ) lOa 8. Wkbnrt.

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