Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 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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'Big Six' .. Lawtey

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To Get Wife Held

,\. Free Ride' ? _, ,,'_, J!\ 'In MurderMrs. Plans Examined I

Could 1968 be, the year Sue Witcher Thomas

when all members of the Ifs is being held in the Bradford

courthouse "big six" get a fiC-t' County jail on a homicide In Special' Meet
free ride for another four- charge in the fatal shooting of

year term? her husband C W. Thomas.
If it will probably be
so, .
an employee! of the county '-
the. first time !in many load department.

years that opposition has The incident occurred at Rep. Shaw says Further;
failed:! to develop for one the Thomas residence In Law-

or more of Bradford. Coun- tey some time after midnight
ty's courthouse", officialdom Wednesday.The Study ::
sheriffs" office said Legislature Performed
j But with' qualifying period that Mrs. Thomas called the :
for candidates opening at county jail about 2 a. m.

noon Tuesday. March 19. Thursday and asked that an I Indicated
I thing could hardly be quieter r. ambulance and a deputy be Beyond Call Of Duty
on the political front. sent to the home.
Proposals for a retire-
If anybody's planning to run The wounded
man was picked -
against any one of the "big up In the living room of Speaking at the Rotary Club Shaw's statement that each ment plan for city employees -

six" he's keeping mighty quiet n, his home and brought to Wednesday, Rep. Gene Shaw teacher would receive a $1- were presented to the
about It. This Includes the offices talrli Bradford! County Hospital said he did not share the Starke Council in a special
, of Sheriff County Judge. where he was pronounced deadat opinion of a previous speaker 300 Increase from the funds meeting Tuesday afternoonby

Superintendent of Schools: i 2:43: a. m. He had been that everyone was to blame provided by the new tax bills A G. Gabriel, consult-

Tax Collector, Tax Assessor, shot with .25 ca'.lbre! semi- for the school crisIs that resulted was challenged by Jim Tem- ing actuary of the firm of

and Clerk: of the Circuit Court. automatic pistol one shot in the recent teacher ple, BHS principal, who said Gabriel Roeder, Smith. &
Needless to say incumbents lodging) his abdomen, and walkout this did not mean that each Co. of Ft. Lauderdale. ;
are smiling but still keeping another inflicting Shaw that
a superficial said he thought
A that would
teacher would get a $1,300( plan pay a
their fingers crossed; until wound: in his finger. the Legislature had done its retired
employee one percentof
next Tuesday. All of them are ; a raise next year. .
T 4 Mrs. Thomas was scheduled best, "beyond the call of the average of his five high-
expected to be candidates for in Shaw said this would depend -
for arraignment before County duty. providing funds for est salary years tOr each year
re-election. w 1 Judge T. A. Yawn at 1:30: p. education in Florida and he on the county school of service was given. the stamp
It's A different story In '" :.' ., .. ,- r m. Thursday at which time had no apologies to make on boards He said the $1.300 in of approval by the Council. It

. contests for the county boards. Tom Edwards was winner of the showmumrnllln&", president of the Cltl/i'tis Bank. of she would be advised of her that score. additional state funds was would pay $100 per month'toan
Two Incumbents have already rights and have the opportunity [Last week Sen. J. Emory made employee retiring: with, a
ship content! and his block: Angus steer wan. Gainesville, which purchased the Bradford available but if countyboaid
J drawn opposition and more to request or waive a preliminary [Red] Class had told RotarIans lecuced the amountby final average salary of |40O
grand champion of the entire show at lie. steer for a record !$!1.51 uciila per|) pound or
I could develop before the qualifying hearing. here that everyone was which they had been supplementing per month and 25 years of I
, '
Greater OalnrHvllIe Area Livestock Slinw 1112.
deadline on April 2. ,
. partly to blame for the school salaries then the service.It .
Up for grabs this year are aDd Sale last week. Shown (milling In Joint situation Governor
: Legislature teachers would not show the will go into effectnextJanuary ..
three seats on the County Tom's prize. steer and Dixie FEA leardeis teachers, full net gain : or sooner.

Commtason: District 1 [incumbent Jrinit Markets bought Zack's and an apathetic public 1 Shaw said that he was 1 Dave Shuford]; 3 Edwards Brothers Take reserve champion. Shaw said that new tax bills' proud of the teachers in his Identical except tor the amountof

[Jerome Johns; and'' 5 ,[IZ. W. A Bradford County team passed at the special session six-county district, most of retirement an employee

was first'' in the 4-H Divisionof would raise $300 million of whom continued to teach during would draw or the city's con-
Shuford t Honors At Gainesville the judging contest. Team which $254 million would go ) the walkout.In tribution to the fund were dis
, ning.,mate.in.the person of. Top members were Emory Prevatt, for educational purposes. Although reply to criticism about cussed. Under the three other
Carl Prevail{ former Commissioner 1 Walter Prevatt. and Tom Ed- all of this amount doesnot.if the millage roll-back or so- plans thIS employee above
and School Board meet, .. ,-,-.'.-.1wr i..."'mrde:..A'Bradford- judging or for* kindergarten called ad valorem tax relief, would draw) ,$901 t! $!iO,_and: "$75, '-
*, Two Bradford County veter- Za k, three years younger champion at Gainesville. per month. a
ber; team placed third In the EPA through 12th grade, he said Shaw said that Oov Kirk:
School Board,seats are open ans of the livestock show ring than Tom but with almost as The two brothers, sons of Division of the judging contest that, in his opinion, vocation- asked for $100 million in tax Instead of multiplying' the
In District 3 fArthurIfolllday Tom Edwards, 15, and Zack long a string of wins showedthe Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bd-' al-technical training, and several relief while the Legislature years of service times the final
Incumbent 1. and 4 [Rodney P. Edwards, 12 walked away reserve champion of the wards Jr of Starke, entered Final tabulations revealed other programs receiving granted $66 m1l1lon.American average salary times' one,per
Hall. Holllday already has! an with top honors in the Greater entire show a 946 pound Angus the show ring at the age of the 03 steers )in the show sold money should be considered apart cent to determine the amountof
announced opponent- W. E. Gainesville Area Steer which sold for 78 cents 10.The of the total education retirement the other three
Lawson. Show and Sale per pound.It Citizens' Bank of Gainesville [Continued on Page Four picture. Legion plans grow progressively less,
Qualifying fees for the varIous Both Tom and his 955- is Tom's second grand paid the top price fur Birthday Party gdlng to .9 per cent, .8 :yer.

,offices are five per cent pound Black Angus steer took ----- Set For tent and .7% per cent.
of the annual salary. Figures of 62 TuesdayThe Under the one percent;
top honors In a field en-
for each office are. [salary tries. The steer was Judged 49th ( plan approved by the Council
birthday of the
first, fee second 1: grand ehamplon of'tl1e'entire 3 Killed As Man Drives American Legion will bo ob- a man retiring with 25
service and earning $300
School Superintendent; $11e ,- show and Tom took first placein aerved! by members of Starke years
month would draw
45: t 82.I5.: showmanship and! was third Post 50 at a party in the new- per $75 per
County Judge: 10.932: in Individual in the FFA National Guard month retirement; if he earned
high Armory next
$000 month he would draw
per .
$54fel. division of the livestock judging Tuesday
Tax COllector Tax Assessor. contest. The steer sold fora On Wrong Side Of Road A hospitality hour will beheld $125.Gabriel will make changes

Sheriff, and Clerk: salaries record price of $1.51 per <1 starting 6-3O: with a requested by the city council
set by statute at $9,000 each: pound, a total of 144205. buffet supper served at 7. and submit another 'Teprt.
$450 for each Post Commander Soto
qualifying tee Bill
office. Three persons, a state ,. .. -, ." .... ; ,..... .- ''.. urges nil members to attend 1, That Tieusuter's will be Office sent to to the obtain State ,

Supervisor of Elections: $1- prison guard and two col- f ,, t----f-;: ;.',',.,' and bring their wives or dates. un opinion of how the plan Will !t

800; $90.County. lege girls, were killed in a I : : h : h. "J operate, with the state retirement \
Commissioners: $!,- f head-on collision on US- f. .._ Free Choice system the police-and\ I

800; $90.School. p 301 south of Starke early ',! .<;,- ..!, fire departments are already >

: Board members: ".- 1 Saturday morning, March .... ,- School Forms on.
800; $90.Date 9. Coordinating the two retire-
of the First iPrimary Is ment flans looms as perhapsthe
Dead are Glen William
May '7, and ,the Second Primary Whitehead 25, correctional officer Mailed Out blggett problem to.-the
May 28. plan. Under their present'planpolicemen
at the state prison; Linda
The fireworks. If any will Eva Brockman, 20, Tampa and Freedom of Choice forms to and firemen pay five
start next Tuesday or shortly Lula Diane Russell 22, Union, be used in choosing the schoola per cent of their Income into
thereafter. But so far there S. C. The three deaths run to student wishes to attend for the retirement system.All .
little smoke and no p y v plans presented to the r."t
has been
six the number\ of traffic fatalities the coming school year will be
fire where the courthouse In Bradford County mailed to parents by the city cull for only three Viper \
cent contributions by the -em
"big six" are concerned.
since Jan 1. Board of Public Instructionthis "
ployee. The fact that some
Critically injured were Mar- Friday.
would less would
grit Barbara MtfLeod' 10 Che- The form must either be pay
have meant the city would
9tJ saw, S. C. and Nancy Irene brought to any school in the i
have contributed less.
FREE CHEST q Sullivan 20, Lake Wales, Fla. county or mailed to the Super- The one per cent plan<.ithe '
Both are repotted recovering: intendent's office P. O Drawer -
to into effect
city proposes put ,.
X-RAYS r In, the University of Florida 939. by April 13 If the student could be financed for $17,4.<18.
Medical Center. is 15 years old by the according: to Gnbiiel's figures.!

Holliday AsksReelection Whitehead, lone occupant ofa date of choice or will be entering That amounts to 6.3 per-cent:
Will Be Given 1962 International Scout the Oth or a higher the city's $276,953 payrolLThe
In Bradford County To truck was traveling north in grade either the student or city has 44 general em- f'f'of
the southbound lime of the divided )his parent may make the ployees, 13 policemen, and 5
highway when the acci- choice. firemen but only four or; five
Starting March 26 School BoardArthur dent occurred, according to Schools may be chosen from employees would be, eligible

Through April 4 Highway Patrol Sgt. B. H. r '"' ". .......,!"1:'" ., the following: Anderson Junior for retirement for several
N. Holliday of Spears who investigated the ,...;r High K-8, Bradford High, years. Any employee ,totally
For All Persons Starke, announced this weekas accident. ;d 1 +, 9-12.; Bradford Middle 6-8: disabled on the job. however,

18 And Over a candidate for reelectionto home The four coeds, on their way ". .;:;#"fL"!.. '-.-"=" ,_' '..1..:.' ..., Biooker Junior High, K-8.: would begin awing immediately \
the Board of Public In- for the weekend were Hampton Elementary K-6; upon injury once the ;r
struction, District 3. traveling aouth They had This iM the 1986 Buick Special In which who> was also killed. Two other 'orcJ" In the Lawtey Junior High K-8; RJE plan goes Into effect.
Plan Now To Take Advantage Holllday is completinghis dropped a fifth girl at her two college coffin rode to their death. Saturnuf.k, were critically! Injured, lint ore' recovering High, K-12; Southslde Ele- Under the plans discussedan

Of This Valuable Mr.first term as a member of home In Callahan a short time day at 1:31: : a.m. In a head-on collision! with : In the UP med l rnter. mentary. K-5; Starke Elemen- employee would be eligibleto

before the
which at 60
hap retire
the board and has pledged, if a state farm man, Glen William Whlteh..d, tary, K-5. age providedhe
pened about 1'53: : a.m. Satur had 10 years service., Policemen -
Service. re-elected to continue -----------
day. All five were students at Wreckers 'Wereu sed to ex- and firemen would became
Independent Judgement vot- Winthrop College, Rock Hill, tricate the body from the Posts BondContainer eligible at 55.Mandatory ,,.
I convictions in an hon- -- $51,000 --
.. ing my S. C. wreckage. Imprint of the separation-om
est effort to represent the There were no skid marks steering wheel can still be the city would ''be at views of the people I am privileged before the point of impart, in the seat. Halts but 63 for policemen and. fire
seen Tax SaleThe
ThU. Contributed "
Space to serve.Holliday according to Sgt. Spears. He One or the Injured coeds men. '
has been a residentof estimates the speed of both Gabriel urged the Council
Weekly to Publicize told Spears they were traveling
Starke since 1940 and Is vehicles at about SO mph. south about GO mph when Miss Container Corporation of ruling by Judge Murphreethat advertisement has been however, to leave these- specific
Cenununlty Event by employed as a medical technologist "But that's just like smack Brockman suddenly swerved America posted a supersedeaa Container's 1066 and 1967 published for three weeks [including figures rout of the erdln-
with a local physic- ing head-on Into a pine, tree the Buick to the left, apparently bond totaling $51,684.94 Wed' taxes [based on assessmentsby this weekl! but will be ance which*puts the plan Into
Ian. He Is a member of the at 9 -100 mph" the sergeant In an attempt to> avoid the nesday and Circuit Judge Bradford) County Assessor withdrawn next week in com- effect. Nothing should-toe' pat
The Community First Methodist Church of said. oncoming truck. John A H. Murphree issued Gene Long] were due and un- pliance with Judge Murphree'3 into the ordinance which would

Starke Masonic Lodge No. 35, The left front of the girls' 'Services for Whitehead! were an injunction!\ against County order hamstring the Council admlnlstratively -
State Bank American. Legion Post 58, and 1968 Buick Special war com- held Monday at the First Tax Collector J. R. Kelly restraining paid.On February 6 Judge Mur- The bond represented the "when the. plan is' in
the Florida Society of Medical pletely smashed. Miss Brock- Christian Church of Lake Butler him from offering phree entered a summary unpaid portion of Container's operation.There may:b.\caiea

Technologists, as ,well as being man, the driver, and ,Miss Russell of which he was a member. tax certificates for sale on judgement ordering Containerto taxes for tie years 1966 and where exceptions would have
Account. now Insured other civic organiza- the Container's Bradford bond with- to be made, Gabriel;f pointedout
active in ,rear passenger on Burial was In Dekle Cemetery property in post supersedeas/ 1967. The total tax bill for
09 to $15,000 by tions. driver's side were the ones under the direction of Brannon County. in ten days When the com- the two years Is over $70,000 several times.
; Federal Deposit I.- He is married to the former killed. Th driver was pinned Funeral Home of Lake Butler. The Injunction was Issued pany failed to comply. Tax but part of this amount has Final av.t zelar7", would

ace Corp. Sara Hope Haynes, and they in the car iby the steering Born in Alachua County, pending an appeal in the 1st Collector J, R Kelly started already been paid and! depos- Ibe'arrived at by averaging
have a son, Arthur Lamar, wheel, left door post, and the District Court of Appeal filed advertisement of their lamia ited in the registry of the any five consecutive years of

and a daughter. Hope. dash board. [Continued Ou Page Four] by Container from a previous for delinquent taxes. court. Continued,, On 'Pass.Pour J

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u; d'le>;.t r '' I azaleas. :Miss Nichols presided Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Oren
E. L. Crawford had as Mrs Bertha Pearce has as
I visitors, Mr. and Mrs. C, D. 'r guests this week, her daughter, Rhoden-McGee I at the punch bawl.played during' Lawson, Starke, a son, Marvin
Games were Leslie, March 7.
Norman of Jacksonville last I Mrs Mary Lane of Jackson.
and prizes
Mrs. Bertha Rhoden, of the party hours Mr.\ and Mrs. James
Friday and Mrs. Helen Crow villa and her nephew, Rex winners. I
the awarded( to the Glen
of Jacksonville over the week. Smith of Florida-Southern Col Hampton announces en- Tillman, St. Mary
gagement of her daughter, Among the 21 guests were daughter, Tina Michele, March:
end.Mr. lege.Miss Barbara to A. Graham, mother of
and Mrs. R. L. Spengler Dee Walters of the Jean SpTony Mrs. Wl H. 9.
McGee, of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. V. J. Spengler -
son ,
the honoree -
of St. Augustine and Mr. and University of Florida wtllleBV'o
GLADYS MOO'i'YPhone 'Oscar McGee of Greenville, Emma Badman. and
Mrs. Tony Senccka of Free- Saturday for Dublin, Ga. to and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Randy Johnsof
964-7608 port III. were Sunday visitors visit her grandparents Mr. and Texas. Starke announce the birthof

of Major and Mrs. V. J. Spengler. Mrs. C. W. Walters for week's Miss Rhoden and Mr. McGee Recent Births a daughter, Jenifer, On

Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns Mrs. Gladys Cook of Jack- I vacation .,, ween. quarters. both> attended Bradford County March 9 in St. Vincent's Ho .

and Sgt. and Mr...B. H. sonville was visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- David Canova will be their High School. Mr. McGee is now Bradford County Hospital pits). Grandparents are :Mr

Spears returned t last Thursday Mrs. Adolph Oay over the dalo are in St. George, S. C. guest over the weekend.Mrs. serving Fort with Stewart the, U.Ga.S.after Armyat a'yeal"S announces the following births: and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr.

froma week at Olenville N. c. weekend. from Tuesday to Thursday V. J. Kagadale and in 'Vietnam.

Mrs. C. !'. Ward had as Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oliver I daughter\ Mrs. W. S. Gubler of The wedding duty date will be announced ATTENTIONALL

Tuesday visitors her cousins, ville is visiting her sister .Mrs. Murray Fort Pierce, attended the funeral later.
Mr.andi Mrs. Nelson Baker, W. E. Middleton this we-:'x.: Mrs. T. T. Long was visit- of Mrs. Ragsdale'a stepmother LEGIONNAIRES
and Mr. and :Mrs. Wilburn Mrs. Myrtle Anderson of ing her sister, Mrs. Lloyd H. Mrs. Edward Watford, I

Oreenwood of Mitchell, Can- Starke and sister, Mrs. Olive Lewis at Hlllsborough Beach in Dothan, Ala. Wednesday Girl Scout Week Proclaimed Mrs. John SpenglerFeted ,I II

ada.Mrs. Gregory of Gainesville were I, several Mr. and days Mrs.lost Herbert week. Drew afternoon. I At ShowerMrs. I 49th Legion Birthday Party

P. S. Crews of Lawtey visiting relatives in Lakelandand Cpl. Willard Wynn Is visitIng March 19
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Largo from Friday to and daughter Amy, of Indianapolis his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mayor Carl Hurst pens a'I Mayor Hurst called upon all John Spengler, a recent -, Tuesday,

Crews In Jacksonville! on Sun- Monday. Ind. are visiting' Mr. Willard Wynn, for two( weeks proclamation designating I citizens of Starke to give Girl ,bride, was honored at a:I
and Mrs. Donald McRae and
March 10-16 as Girl Scout their continued interest I
i after completing infantry Scouting miscellaneous shower last AT THE
Roy Turner of Lake Butler
day.Mr.. and Mrs. ,Lamar Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mrs Mrs.John W. Q.Draw'Dowling this and week.Mrs. training at Fort Dlx, N. J. Week In Starke. cooperation, and sup Thursday night given by Miss I I Starke Armory
Representatives of the The cited New
port. proclamation Lee,
Lillian Don
Richards, Mrs.
of West Lake Wales Turner at the State Farm on :Merle Martha of MelbOIIl'11e.1 Local admittances to Bradford I
Brownie, Junior Cadette<<, and Girl
I an an organization and Miss Janet Nichols at the
spent the weekend with their Tuesday and Wednesday. County Hospital this week
I were Saturday overnight Senior<< Troops were, witnesses that In helping girl "to home of the latter, 207 N. Cocktails 6:30: to 7:00: prn'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mf. and Mrs. Fred PedenJr. include: Mrs. Kllztibctri) Bin
I T. guests of Mrs. W. K.J: Middleton. to the occasion. They are ((1-r): maintain basic social values In Church Street I
Williams and Mr. and Mis. and daughter Janie spent I clair'of Raiford; Otis TetstoneJr. I Buffet Supper
Robin Warren, Stella Jane Costello a world of challenge and Smorgasbord
Reese Soott. I the weekend !in Columbia S. I Mr. ami Mrs. V. A. Nichols of Brooker; Ralph Tlllls, Selceta Hall, Lynn Islar, change" and "offering girls a A pink and white color,

:Mrs. E. A. Winter is visiting -' C. with friends and relatives.Mrs. and daughter. Janet, spent the und Frank Mrs.Price Kmma: Mrs. Mamie Newman Ivey of, Debbie Meyer, and Becky Sue I kaleidoscope of new worlds to 'party scheme decorations was carried and out flower in the,, 7:00: P.M.: EATS DRINKS PUN
Mrs. Kitty lloptenstedt in E. C. Morris visited hrrdauRhter weekend In Folkston Ga. withMr Radtke. explore BRING YOUR WIFE OR DATE
St. Petersburg for three weeks. MIss Sue Mon-ia In and Mrs. L. E. Nichols. J Keystone<: Heights; James arrangements. The refreshment -
and Jetti Green of table was covered with a lace
and Mrs Keith Gilling- Tnmpklns
Airs. Pompano Beach the Mr.
Julia Welli over
and Mrs. W. weekend. ham and children of Jackson Lake Butler; Mrs. Jessie Nor Nursing Council Strickland and Donna Patray. cloth and centered with an ar- PAY
; Starlingand children took Mrs. Mae I I Evelyn Sinclair served of and white
Mr. and ton of Lake Geneva; as em- rangment pink
|Mrs.; winkler there on Sunday' Roy J. Andrews of Jacksonville villa were visiting of Mrs. Elsie Luncheon MeetingMembers I DUESNOW'I
Combs Macclenny; ,
:Mrs. Sale Sunday.
*)nd returned Monday.< was a Saturday dinner Mumma of Melrose; Mrs. cee.During the business meeting
: truest of :Mr. and Mrs. R. O. :MiH8: Jean Mundy of of the Advisory ,
Nursing -
; Mr and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and Mrs. Patricia Mc- Katie Lee Saxon of Hampton: Marilyn Bollinger presided and
and daughter. Cully, and Da- Dansby. Lendon of Rock Hill, S. C. Hugh Lucas of Lake Geneva: Council held I their Ginger Baldwin was in chargeof '
:'vid, Lawson visited relatives in Mr and Mrs. Reginald Eat- Wednesday overnightgne ;: Mrs. Frances Tilson of Haw monthly luncheon meeting at the devotional. Plans were
; on and sons of Beaufort. S. C. wore New the Garden Restaurant Mon- discussed for club!
Auburndale Elizabeth a party.
over the weekend were weekend guests of Mr. day with Mrs. Clair Capps .
Mrs. T. W. Oliver of St. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe comb of Lawtey; Mrs Mattie I The hostesses served refreshments -
Simons Islands' and Mrs. Tom and Mrs. L. N. Picketing. and family of Sanford were Parmentcr, Jessie Adams Mrs. presiding.Mrs. during the social hour.
Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. Don M. F. Hazen, Loan. Closet -
Oliver Jr. of FernandIna visiting their parents, Mr. and June Norman :nrarcla: coocJge" 1 Whether it's the smart business man or
Har k-nbrook, chairman, asked for discarded
< Mrs. Ruth Fl'azlel' -
Beach were Monday and Tues :Mrs. Robert Green and Mrs. Thomas Bostick, Adelbert Ek for Mrs. Crews HostessTo woman, rendezvous for two or the whole family
and Mrs. J. R. Hixon at- sheets! to )be used dressings
;day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. tended the annual, Wesley Eoline Smith, over the week- enbarger, Mrs. cacie Kelly nod( and pads. They may be UDC ChapterW. You'll find our restaurant tops for all _
Nollman. Warren Minton, all of Starke:
Service Guild 1 district meetingin end.Mr. brought to Mrs. M. F. Hazenor occasions.
:=: : and Mrs. Ben Hall spent nnd Joe Wainwright of Kings- I
= Mr. and Mrs. Titus .
Olson WlIlI ton on Sunday. to the Health Department. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, I
::visited Mrs. Mae Hawkins In Dural Ragadale of Florida the weekend at their camp on ley Lake. Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. Hal met Wednesday afternoon,

JWaldo on Sunday. I Southern College is home this the Ocklaiwahn. River. PFC Barry Smith, who has Hamilton, and Mrs. A. W. March 6, at the home of Mrs. BuffetSERVED ti
and Mrs. Charles Hardy three weeks Our Delicious
;" Karen and Alan Patz and week on spring vacation. He Mr. completed para- Schulz were appointed to the Lester Crews with Mrs. Ber- Try
Palatka Friday at Fort Berm-
Martha Dennis spent the has as guest. _Dale Zanzow, were in troop training Auditing Committee.Mrs. tha Pearce and Mrs. F. J.
Mrs. G. E. McGauley. has been transferredto <1
:weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ilso! of Florida Southern from visiting Ing Arlen McKnight an- Pellum as co-hostesses.
:rOle Lauritsen In New Port Wednesday! to Friday.Mr. Miss Kathleen Thomas RuleIn visIted Fort Bragg, N. C. nounced that the Lake Butler Fifteen, members attendedthe DAILY
JRlchey. and Mrs. W. W. Sellersof Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldonof Nursing Advisory Council 'will meeting, which was presided -

--. Burlington N. C. were Fri Brunswick, Ca. over the Jacksonville spent the week- hold its first annual meetingat over by the Vice president, Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet
day to Sunday guests of Mr. weekend.Mr. end with Mrs. Gladys Weldon. 7:30: p.m. on March 25. The Mrs. L. G. Powell.! 'balance' 6:00 '
to 9:00
11:00 to 2:00 :
: a. m p. m. : p.m. p.m
W. Dur-
THE SOUTHSIDE and Mrs. Claude Crowson at and Mrs. Jess Mrs. T. :H. Slado Mrs. W. public Is invited. $401.55 !in the treasury was

CHUOCII Bedford Lake. Mr..Crowgon accompanied den and daughter of Jackson- S. Slade, and Mrs. N. K. Hurst reported by the treasurer, Mrs.I

OF CHRIST the Sellers to Tam- ville were Sunday guests of were visiting friends and relatives High School PTA H. L. Speer, and Mrs. J. W.Klncald 25 Two Hot .45

Invites pa on Sunday and Monday to Mrs. Vergie Flynn. in Daytona Beach last presented a bill for .
YOUTo visit Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Ed, Prevatt and house- Wednesday' Bradford High School PTA the,bronze plaque which will be $ EntreesTwo

Hear Crowson.Mr. guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Leon G. McKinney will have Back To School night attached to the monument to .
and Mrs.\ N. T. Jamesof Carlson of Moline, III., visitedMr. of Hawklnsvllle, Ga. Tuesday, March 19, at 7:30: be placed at Crosby Cemetery' 11111 Vegetables

THE GOSPEL Laiwrenceburgr Tenn. were and :Mrs.: Claude Prevattat were Tuesday evening guestsof p.m. in the cafeteria. in memory of the Confederate Assorted Salads (.
last Thursday overnight guestsof Islamorada several days Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell soldiers 'buried there. Plans are 0

t OF CHRIST Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- last week. The Cnrlsons returned Mrs. Roy Mathis of West Little Women being made to dedicate the Rolls Butter

dale.Mr to their home Wednes- Palm Beach is visiting her monument on April 26, Confederate -
8:30: Sunday Morning Jerry Lawson was visit. day after several weeks with mother Mr*. L. F. Smith, and Have Fashion ShowA Memorial Day. Tea Coffee I
: log Mr. Lawson In rompano Mrs. Prevatt. Mr. Smith \Uiia week. The historian.! Mrs, W. ILL
WPXE Radio Dial 1490 Beach over the weekend.Mr. fashion show was presented interesting
Mrs. :ar. W. Kitcn. Mrs. Daisy Miss' Betsy Matthews nf Nollman. presented an
s and Jlrs.\ R. O. Dansby Perryman and Mrs.\ Tommy Andrew College, Cuthbert, Ga. by members of the Little program, after which re-
Worship Service were in Ozark, Ala. Mondayto Johns and children of Mac- Is home for the spring holidays. Women's Club Tuesday nightat freshments were served from a

: Sunday.!!. 11:00 A.M. Wednesday of last week clenny were( In Blackshcar, Ga. Col. and Mrs. f. A. Griffin the club house.! beautifully appointed tea. table. AoA
"i where they attended the funeral last Friday visiting Mr. anti attended dinner honoring Modeling the clothes from Assisting in serving was Miss'' C
: Bible a
: Study Sunday Miss Allie Andrews.
an aunt Mrs. A. M. Moore Jr.Mrs. General Winston T. Wilson Eagle's and Leila's were Nancy; Carolyn Crews. I
10 A.M. and 7 P.M. II Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Major Struth, Sandra Register, Cindy; Tho next mooting' will) beheld
H. C. Sorensen and ''ChIef of the National
and son visited Mr. and Mrs. < at the home of Mrs. K.Li. ,,
::3 sons! of Mandarin were Friday Guard Bureau Washington, .
Mi. South an US 301 H. L. Chancey Waclasa over Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Matthews.
evening dinner guests of Mr. D. C., at the Officer's Club in. I
weekend. daughter, Mrs Ward
;;.. Ithe I Roy ofLake'Cityr : d
; and Mrs C. S. Haddock. St. Augustine on March>12., -
were visiting Miss
(SrA lSHEOBodcocJtb is.Fflbrllous.
Juno Ward Wealeyan College

Macon, Ga. over the week

The end.Mri.. Ralph Kazarian and '
Lasts WhenYou're "HONEYMOON
Honeymoon daughter of Orlando were visiting GROUP

her parents Sen. and Mrs.

Charley Johns, on Saturday.Mrs. up $SOI
r1'i'Jiii''iiiIsfIUG'[ '
W. H. Nollman, Miss ; 10

Annie Darby, and Mrs. Bertha

a Baldwin Chevrolet F.Pearce, visited. Mr. and Mrs. W. I L Everything You Need to Turn A "
Swlnyer In Keystone<: Heightson
Y '
T'' Sunday. ] House into a Home e j '

Col. and Mrs J. A. Griffin tr At One Package PricelYf \
will attend the National Guard

Amorl.ition! annual meeting In -.... i d.S r,

Or Oldsmobile Owner I .lB.I IiclCHoiivilli' on March 15! and ,7 ,

I WSCS District 1'v

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'':''. : } 01'; >" 'Is'- 'oF ", .:bs.r; "; "):" \' :,.. \ At I 1st MethodistTre :
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;;.: -tJ'' 'r 't 1 Methodist Church was host to
annual conference of the
;; MWi' ': / ., ." 'Gainesville District WSCS on
.. ;;," ;.;. > Wednesday of List week.
'fi.i. : ,'f ... .111...(; .t., Thirty-five churches of the

: ,: '.,,\"....::11i'-J1p. ,! '" '.,. 'l'"" ,,. I: district> were represented. ( S?>N 50 DOWNS

.' .... *: h The highlight of the meet- v *
UAir'a ( I' ling was an address by the< state A WEEK

xF president, Mrs. Bruce Gray.
# District officers were elected!
ist 1 caucPe' and installed. The new district

{' j president Is Mrs. W. S. Ware BUY ALL 3 ROOMS OR ANY -- "

... ., : I, of Mrs.Branford.Harold Brlston, missionary ROOM GROUP SEPARATELY! .r-: .,::- : :' : 10 PC. BEDROOM COMPLETE

." .It: to the Congo, gave an 10 PC. UVINGROOM GROUP .,, !,. (Shown Left )
: : h / "" ; i .
,. Interesting talk on experiencesin : ,
Shown Above ... 'I
the African Mission field. ( ) + '. I, Mall'... and Bar Spring and Spread
.of After the morning session The Most Amazing Value We have ever q' CROUP INCLUDES;'

I the members of the loc a ]II offered. You'll be Proud of this room .tt 1 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE,

I: Tff WSCS were hostesses to the I GROUP INCLUDES: INNERSPRING MATT E<<:>

I 200 members of the district and S SOFA BED WITH 2 MATCHING PILLOWS .- ;:: MATCHING BOX SPRINGS
visitors at a luncheon held In CLUB CHAIR \, CHENILLE BEDSPREADS

d I Fellowship Hall. The 20 tables COCKTAIL CHAIR 1' 2 Feather Foam Pillows
were covered with white cloths S 2 STEP TABLES C 1 -
I and centered 'with arrange- ,S COCKTAIL TABLE J III 95 _. I. -__-- 2 Boudoir Lamps
ments of camellias and ivy in S 2 LAMPS '
If" I silver containers. 10 PliCIUVINGROOM 7 re '
During the afternoon session I.

'' e I a' special! memorial service was F-- -4- BEDROOMPRICED 11' PIECE
h !given for deceased members SEPARATELY '1T i. ;, Y-

I who died in the past year; and, SEPARATELY

I was followed by an Impressive .. .

THAT'S OUR JOH. To ,make sure you're a happy Chevrolet or Oldsmobile ,j I pledge service. ; :,., .. );----

.. owner year after year. Careful Guardian: Maintenance service, THE BRADFORD j:? B autiKl 1 '- -:- h..L... 1

prompt, on-time delivery and promises that are kept. These lire COUNTY TELEGRAPH Gold Walnut l I : """-;.;9.

the( things that make Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds customers continue C6Hfecl I or FinishCroup Bisque r- \ \ 1
' like honeymooners. Our Owner Relations Department checks all Published every Thursday rrt I ,

., phases of our organization constantly, to make: sure we live up to at Stance 133 W.Fla.Call 32091 8t, I Fj out SSswn. al l.ft "lncludSPIECE .. !hS -

t this:! statement. Stop in and see the exciting, great new OMsmobilcs:: ,

_.._ and Chevrolets for yourself. And bring your bride. Second class postage paid pt. OINEiTE "' DINETTE
at Starke, Fla. Pried eat 14-PIECE SET Of DISHES r
:................_+N: 1rwm'rwV..-.__7w..-.__-- '_WoO __..-...... .:::-: ---;,=;..!:::'::''':;'':''' :r:. .,t'It', ;:.. Subscription Rat.: S.parer.ly 49A1 sett I ,i
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In trade area: $t.00 per with 3 Roem '
)year; $2.25 six months. Pwthau. SEIIAUTEL' i

Outside. trade area: $4.SO

per year; $2.50 six motors
.-. STARKE, FLORIDA U. fe. :301 NORTH .IMIONE 964-730(1( E. L. Matthews, editor( and I II

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MARCH 14, 1963 BILlDFOItn COTTNTT TCT.Bfllt/\ril./ KTARKF!. FI.nittDA. _
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I I marriage by her father. wore I dolph Sapp, who served her I Mrs. Padgett:! chose for her' cake, while Mrs Wanda Ciews,
a white Chantilly tiered lace sister as matron' ) of honor All daughter wedding an ice blue and Mis. Barney: Eggers pour- .aImyiCE SCHEDVCIt
gown over layers of net and were gowned identically in lace over satin afternoon ed punch Mis O E: Crosby<
satin. It fdaftiiej! : a Sabrina light \V'aTJiEI3WAHLII'S; CHURCH.
pink and wore nose'lengt.11 dress with which she wore a and'Mrs B J McRae assKtuiV..
neckline, and long pointed veils. They each carrieda blue carnation corsage. in serving Miss Conrtae1": ''
-- sleeveS.) He veil of illusion long stemmed pink rose. Mrs Norman mother of the Thornton kept the bride's 1 Sunday Mafia: 9:15: a, m.
WAS fastened*o a crown of Thursday Mass, 6:30: 'p. m. I(
; Little Sheila Adams, cousinof book.
; groom wore
a light pink
seed pearls aid her only or* Miraculous Medal Novena' :
the bride! served as flowerKill afternoon dress, and a pink Mrs Eldon Sapp introduced
Phone 961.7603s nament was a dlamon4| pend- Saturday 7 p. m.
wearing a pink dress carnation corsage guests to the receiving \
-------- ant necklace, a sift of the I'I similar to the other attend- A reception" was held in the composed of the bride and J'confessions. : 5 p. m. and 7 ,;
idem-corn/ She curled a' t'ff.'TA.ST./
Eastern white Bible topppd, ,, wltta I ants. educational building of the groom! and members of the WILLIAM'S CHURCH.:
" I Rudolph Sapp served as best (church where the bride's table wedding party. I
white orchid and
T pink carnations Keystone Heights.
I Officer : ; man and ushers were Cecil was coveted with a white lace After spending some tlmC
Padgett, Kenneth and Sunday Mast: 9 a. m.
atien'ant.s'ere Padgett cloth over linen. The three- with their guests the .
I For New The' bridal ;! I[ Joe Sapp tiered wedding cake centciodthe couple left for a short youn'1 Wednesday: Mass a.nqfo-
Miss,Barbara Esseis. of Jacksonville vena, 7 p. m. ...
The church was decorated table, and was flanked by ding trip. The bride sST. :
Order Starke of Chapter the :, and Miss Martha Sue r with baskets of white and I two burning tapeis.Mis hot pink two.piece suit for 1 I- MARY'S. CHURCH.Macclenny. .
Waters, of Dundee who were pink gladioli and mums, accented -I "!JIr"
Linda traveling: complemented with
held Installation of i Crews and Miss I Sunday Mass: '11:30: aim.
I |last Friday night.}; bridesmaids and Mis Ru- with white tapers Charlene Taylor served the black accessories I I
The installing of -. ,,1
Mrs. Verna Brice, .
f Matron, assisted by
f ,rietta Hunt Past ;
r l cent Brice, Past Grand
Miss Mary Laura I
Grand Tycanurer; Mrs planned.'I. I'M

and Mae HicksGrand Mrs., Irene ; I A CARP'S !
r, \Grand Matron. .
: Installed were the : : ,
r Wlllo Mae Putnam, '
I Matron; Ernst Linctea. I II
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: 11 Patron; Allegra I i
John Bradley

Y 1 tion Secretary and ;Patron Irma ; Cleo a new, exciting department

urer; Lillie Morgan, :
Williams-Bishop j ress; Gladys guaranteed to give you fabulous
cinte Coftductvess< / :;
Engagement Told I Slnglet 1', Chaplain: ; ,,
Kite, Marshal; Evelyn
Rev and Mrs. B. T. Williams -i Organist;, Dolly Pace ; ( I
of Dalton, Oa., formerlY Evelyn Haney, Ruth,
of Starke announce the engagement Woodburn, Esther: Eva I.
and approaching Martha; Mildred I '
marriage of their daughter ta; Ruth Lindes, : I II
Wanda Sue, to Harold A. ,; '
tBishl( ] Bishop III son of Mr. bride-elect ... I 'I II
and! Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. of Coronet Industries of I
Starke. Mr, Bishop Is a
Both are graduates of Brad-I' Fla. State University.A I ,;; : t
ford County High School.They June wedding Is i


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green ready-to-wear and shoesHave ( 69c Pro Toothbrush Adult size .........._..54c ,65c Mennen Baby Magic ....................52c

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eluding Appropriations for all previous service. A 1964- Grand Champion of' entire show at the Ocala Fat That tim following .Amendment ,i eel' law approved, ty vote of thwli"

stitutional Revision and con-r worker with 20 or 2(; years 1 the entire show at the Greater Stock Show and Sale grand j tn the.SeolUm state ('2 i,"ol .elector superintendent of the. n-hool of dIMlrl..t.Ihe pchoolnlinll ,. '

:. "of' which he was with the city wouldn't mind Gaiiu'bvUle, Livestock, Show champion cariptss at Ocala in to, that (' ( ) l>.. employed by the School "ONE" >- PLAN PROTECTION .
"My long experience and paying: for five years back to and Sale. I the sRme shaft' second in all members. of the. bnnrd n", provided hv Inw Rnch' ,I
I of the House of ", '
local lAW mnv foi repealed! by'
T sehlorlty In the Senate wlllj J get credit for his entire serv- 1966FFA Division reserve same class with reserve champion determine Hint I an vote of the electors only lifter. I for everything
permit me to continue serving ice NollnlIald. champion at the Tampa State at Tampa. State Fair and reciulrlnK nn enily It him been In effort 'or thruyenm. '-
: the elector of the .
fin the most Important committees Councilman Jimmy McRac Fall' 4-H Division grand': reserve champion entire showat anti that said In nny nchool district whl'r..1 *
: and will enable me to disagreed contending that champion entire show at Gainesville. _ Hiibmltteil, to. the the office of superintendent I IR I Life Health Home CarI
who Florida for .
would !
I : penalize: employees appointive on the effective date
district and In- Madison Livestock Show and ,
serve our
your jection at a npecliil ) of tills It shall
have given long service to the' PUOPOSeJ) ( os'I'-'s'rI."" ) \I. amendment
I:terests more effectively thana Snlc. first In showmanship at ,\>IH'VI>MK>'|' TO II H S l)TiilMV : tin held on May 7 (ontlniio no until its atahlll In
freshman senator possibly i-ity Gabriel' has worked the Gainesville and winner of the 0'10 T, DIM.. that "publication hanged In accordance with thin all/ through one
: plan, out ao It would be flmuirecl NOTICE OF Sri.ten: .""Ilon.
p could." Sen Cross said. 'with the 6.3 per cent $200 Doyle Conner Scholar SPRCIAIj( I "KI.KOTION: Section 2. ) IJf TESTIMONY WIIERFJOF.r ,
During his legislative career ship for beef judging at the WHUm-JAS.: the 1"11I'1..1111111'. nf Hcli'iolH. : tern, have. Hereunto, .net inv hand
of the pny roll without payments 191111) under the. Constitution of )In each Hchoul,, ii and .affixed, the Or"lIlo1pnl/ of .II.MAN
Sen. Cross has played a major for pievlous years nov Day tone Bench Convention. IHKI) or th, Htntn of Florida, Hlinll .be a .. the Staff of Florida at Talln-
role in the improvement and 1967-Winner of the showmanship PIIHHCI, "Sennto' Joint Reuolul ion HclmolH. lie/ Nhitll IIILMII..... the Capital this the 7th
expansion of state ice.A award at JAckson- Number OH-XOS) proponing unlimenilnient provided by law day of Mart-It. AD., 19t18.
programsfor compromise suggested( by to th r Cnimltutlon the number of Tom, AdamS PLAN
state education mental DabriPl.' was finally settled on. ville. or the suite of Florida, and It1 I pie of four for. a $,retary of State .
health. agriculture and wel No would for 1968FFA /Rrnnd champion WIIH'' frreed to by n vote of years; or. when 3-14) 2t 8-21 I
employee puy I
I tliree-roiirtlin the
VOl" nil|
: ?! ,, fare. During his service In the previous service but ft slight/ of the entire show at Gainesville incmhPrH elected to eni-h house CHECK
; legislature the University of deduction from his retirement winner of the showman- The votes on Hlild Joint, I'"NO.)--
Intlon were entered. their MOTEL
Florida has experienced'' a would 'be made for each monthto ship award at Gainesville, respective journals nprm with the

_ greater growth in physical make up for the years he FFA reserve bull champion at yells and niiyn thereon. and l SAVE TIME
,i : plant and enrollment than In gets credit for on the retirement the Tampa State Fair, winnerof that they tlie lid Huld determine Joint nnil Resolution, dlrm-t n E U RAN T (AND MONEY. TOO)

!! enator) Cross all years prior to 1952. He in- plan ''but did not con state showmanship at Tampa ho ,submitted t<* the donors of i CALL
( troduced and secured the tribute. and had steer judged sec the State of Florida .at a Special

\\Will;/ Seek passage in the Senate of legIslation Gabriel has prepared retirement ond in same class with grand Flection 1908; to bo held an May 7. Now Days A Week

to establish a. junior systems for many Florida champion at Tampa. :VOW TriRRKFOnR. T, ..TOM: BILL POWELLI'hone
m I Ii college to serve Alachua and cities, including Palatka, Jack- Young Zack began his show of ADAMS l'lorldn Secretory, ilo hereby of t rvI notice -

i eeectionii Bradford Counties and this sonville Beach Fort Pierce ring career In 1988 when he that a Hneclal, election will 6:30 1:00 P.M.
8 area of the State; He also assisted and West Palm Beach. He has had the 4-H Division champion be hold In the ench .County In Florida of. 9C4-64C4 40.1 W. Madison St.
Sr on Seventh day
: Sen. .:i. Emory [Red Cross Sen. Charley Johns of become associated with Starke and' the grand championof ;May 1!>OR for th. ratification
: veteran state senator from Starke in securing funds to through the efforts of City the entire show at Tampa or rejection, of the .said. Joint 95c up Starke, Florida ,
Clerk Merrill Edwards, who ) propoHlnfr an amend'meat
Gainesville, announced this construct and operate the new State Fair All his showings to of I the Cnnntltutlon of the
veek as a candidate for a vocational technical') training has pushed the retirement plan. date have been in the 4-H DI- Htnle,) of Flnrlfln. Vlt: INSURANCE by NATIONWIDE

Z&urth term in the Florida center in Sbarke. vision. 8K.VATR) : JOINT No.:/ ltn 1 :" or.UTION Evening 5 To 10 P.M. NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.

Bfcnate. He is seeking re-elec- Sen. Cross has also been active Killed 1967-Grand cTiamplon en- NO. 8M.XOI( )
3 A Joint fit-solution proposingan NATIONWIDE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
|g>n to the 7tlvSenatorial DisThct in the promotion of FlorIda tire show at Madison. reserve amendment to /Section 8 of Serve
composed of Lafayette agriculture by working for champion entire show at Gainesville Artlcln XII nf the state. .'onMtlttitlon eD'I NATIONWIDE LIFE INSURANCE CO.

'. Dixie, Bradford Gilchrlst, Increasedi funds for the University [Continued From Page One] and grand champion the mipertntendent tn permit. appointmentof of, HchoolH

Levy and Alachua Counties. of Florida,Agriculture Whitehead lived in The Lake ,'''entire show at Jacksonville. In ench dlxtrlcr.) MEALS home office: Columbus, Ohio

.. Cross. a. Democrat, was elec- Extension Service and Experiment Btitler-Kulford' area all Ills 1968 Reserve champion' lattire Aft It of rt'Molved the, Stnte) by of the.F1 I.eorls.<,H.Idn'' : ,-
i ted to the State House of Re- Stations .throughout the life.

"presentatlves, in 1952 and served State. At the present: time he Surviving ore his widow I

5 three,.two-year terms be- is serving as the.Senate representative -I Sally Sink Whitehnd of
s Tore being elected to the State on the'State To- flrd( ; a BOH, Glen W. .. Rill-I lift icier

: Senate tn 1958. bacco Advisory Board Jr., Ralford; his .parent. .
I As a legislator he has serv- The only member of the and Mix. A. W. Whitehead I

i, edi' on important committees Senate with longer legislative Lake Butter; a sister, Glenda I
of the House and Senate in* service than-'Sen.-Cross: 14 the Faye Whltohpnd Gulm-svlllc.;
i :-- president. Sen. Verle Pope. "I n brother' )Danny C. Whitchend :
Luke Butler' and his paternal --
i am already familiar with the
I Don't Bet problems and needs of all the giandmother, Mrs. Verda Mae. USED VACUUM cleener reconditioned -
I counties in our district" Sen. Whltrhead of Lake Butler. CARL BEGGS $15 up. 10 different

Cross said. "I know my ex- If you find your name among the Gulf ServiceUSED name brands to choose from.
i DECEIVED Parts A excellent repairs all
peiienoe .enable me Edwards Bros.
: I serve your Interest best Jn the come to the Telegraph office and PARTS makes. KIRBY 8ALBS ASKRVICE

I i By Advertised Prices I areas of agriculture.educa: Take HonorsAt FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Top Prices for Wrecked 1Cu' 376-7110.712 N. :Main Galnesville .
24 Hour Wrecker Se>rviC. tfrhg
tion hea.jth,
Total pout of contract l I. I mental .1'Oads'l I

what you actually pay. Get I conservation and Steer Show Theatre Passes in. -S Fuel Oil STARTING new classes for
the !3tCAL KACT bct.reyou Sen. Cross has degrees in I our late comers. Tap, Billet: ,
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fiifrn. Our payments are business administration,' and' .
: Onel! AAA 8 & II Orera StnwnpiHwy. etc. 964-7098.
[Continued From Page I' HASTINGS Aero Ph. tfchgJIMMY
from $8 to 915 month
per law from the University of I 301 N. WaJiloULCT ,
IPWH with the Hunie down Florida. He is a Methodist. for a total of 3191821. Average I I CLASSIFIED AD RATES & tAl8-199S
pajmiot and number of 71O Lemon St.
month to pay 5 per rent' Mason Elk and Knights of price paid to the 4-H Club Up to 15 word ____" 1.25 I MOORE'S I
... ,>bank financing.! No hidden Pythias. He is married and and FFA exhibitors for their i (Minimum. charge) Furniture CONWAY I
charge! '*. Ten top manufac- has three children. show animals was 61.48 cents I I Upholstered &: FLYING: SERVICE SUN SPORTS

urers repre'4entcd.. ocr__ .nonnd._ a_ bit le. <_ui_ than the I Enx-h word over 13 _. .07 FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane -
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record 65.31 cents paid at the I rentals. Greyhound Bus I MOORE BOAT FOR BACKHOE DOZERS r
fc LOW City Retirement 1967 show. I .- I Extra charge Jf not New Charter. Keep your party together YOCRfOSEY: DUMP TRUCKS
:. .. In advance. .... .35
OVERHEAD i This year's steers weighedan Cl', I pulcl and Box charter a bus. Phone Sturke I'll.. 9043791SERVICE MOTOR\ GRADER :

: I i (Continued From Page One] average of 837 pounds; I Prop Us A 944-6090. tfehff 25.TON CRANE I

:: :Does It! average price was $514.77. Memorial! R"ilolntJonll'l' PALATKA EA Like new 1966 Speed Four DRAG LINE, / YD. ,
city employment. INSURANCE Evinrude
There were no Bradford cents word! 80 hp. Elec. Start
An employee ]leaving the city per AT REDUCED RATES
buyers at the sale.Edwards' Only $599. Mercury 650-
: The Owners 249 K.
but who has the .
requited 30'yenrs
Record. 65 hp Elee. Start Only $550
Dad and, llrud- ': servlra. would draw retirement Both Edwards brothers have CARPS OF THANKS Start! A DOYLE E. CONNER I II I
Drive The Trucks. at 62 if he did not ; I INSURANCE AGENCTtfchjf
shown three grand champions. 50 wonlt less 3.00 Ditches Dug
ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY withdraw his contributions. If P or FOR RENT unfurnished 3
,- Tom has the longer list of !
he chose to withdraw! he would I I F.n'hvOl'" over SO bedrom house. convenient to Lots Cleared
get all his money back plus winnings. being three years .01'I shopping area. 417 W. Call St.
8 :JO12 WIDES interest. older, but both boys have I PUMPSNEW Call 475-!>276 Collect tfchg: Fill Dirt
'1 'Vi BATHS I equally impressive statistics. I IJOHNSON'S
Should an employee with 15 SILVER SANDS LAKE AND
AND The girls aren't to be left USEDSALESPAUTSSEUVICE STORE. Waldo,'
or more years service die his
I I $2,700 to $::1.500GA'rOH
out either. Sister Fla.-New and nearly new la- '
willow would receive a pension Susan 12. I I Ia R. E. 'Bob'Daley
LAKE GENEVAMOBILE equal to half his earn..d'ratp. 1966, the only year she enter- Deep & Shallow Wells dles', mens' and chiklrens'' ,
ed competition had the grand I $3.575: to $4.275! Water Softeners & Filters clothes and hoes very cheap.

The city retirement would be champion steer at the Greater Irr-t EASY TERMS .Expert Service On aLp 3'28':

HOME in addition to Social Security. : Jacksonville Livestock Show I See S. E. McKay All Makes FOR SALE 3 bedroom. 2
: A and Sale.
I point discussed at length Keystone Height.* Phone 9617061DURRANCE ( bath concrete block home In
t SALES wns whether current She's her laurels
employees resting on
TOOLS AND 473-4710 or 43.4IiS5Vhone'.I ; PUMP Saratoga Heights. Plume 964- '

: One mile S.E. Keystone i pate should In. be the allowed plan retire to particI-a few this Tombegan season. showing In 1963 LADDERSFOR 473-4816 AND SUPPLY CO. 7369 or 9B4-68T.9; after r p.tt'hJC m.CAREY'S 117 South 3rd St.

:: Heights on Route 100. ; years later, and draw full bene- and won his first honors at FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE TYPEWRITER RENTALS: Palatka, Fla.
Day week or month.-Brad SPKCIALJZINO In sales of
: OPEN SUNDAYS fits. Councilman Tom Nolin the tough Tampa State Fairshow bed- FLORIDA TRADERS -
RENT. ready for occupancy. :3 Phone 325-3496
ford County Telegraph. Phone Real E.t'ate and In appraisals '
: Phone 473-4320 i all employees should with the 4-H division room l'/i bath ideated. jiuc\ 064-6305.:> tf for estates corporate and In- : Antiques bought and'
pay lor at least five years reserve champion. His other outside of city limits I In sold''. Top cash paid for Fine
j jJ dividual
:JP, -I previous service to get credit honors are: I DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Plnebreeze. Easy monthly 3 bedroom home in the coun owners.in Florida 30 years land mat-experience FurnitureGlassware.; Hwy 17 50 TOWELS J3.5O.: Brand new.

=J ,own a. Longchomp Home? terms. Longchamp Const; Co.. try. Priced to sell. ters. A. J. Thomas Realtor. Green Cove Springs BlandIngBlvd. Biggest towel bargain ever.
-- Better built for Florida. living. Contact BufOid .Mitchell 2 bedroom home In the city. SUrkP Flu, tfchg Orange Park. tfchg Send }3.SO plus SOc postage-
Your plans or ours pone 964-6853 P. O. Box Must sacrifice. I handTIng per set Bargain
a Jflckson Building I Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- 238 Starke. tfclv 239: acres. Partially improved. FOR RENT-1 bedroom furn- House> Box 565: Falls Church,
Supply I ford Mitchell. phona 9646853 / MAKE TODAY ished apartment for couple. Va. 22046. ltp
I P. O. Box 238, Starke. THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- REAL ESTATE MOVING DAY! Also 2 bedroom unfurnished I
.: : OP STAKKE, FLA., INC. I tfC11 i iI tifully engraved ta gold or BUY- SELLTRADE Move Your Insurance house In surburbs. W. H. Noll- FOR RKNT Extra large lot
sliver. $1.25 for box of 29 Including BILL POWELl. I man. 510 N. Cherry. tfchg for house trailer. Call 984-7625.
Cor. J*. Cherry & Weldon Sts. Behind Big Dad Phone 9646078I I NEW MOBILK HOXTES.: Chic- envelopes. Bradford Real Estate Business To lip

I: ;- ? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. County Telegraph.] tf 404& W. Madlscn\ St. "The Man From Keystone"GEORGE bring iwroltn.
LIJEftjj Clemson ''IAltyton travel I roll l-
NO. 603 JTLORJDA FARM1Xlnt. I Phones: Off. 964-6464 and trailer $160. Phone 964-
I ers. Liberty, Taylor, Anlea. E.
e LUMBER ': Buy, sell, Irade. Year bank financing i-! 80-acre farm; 40 acres WE BUY used furniture appliances I CONSOLE SINGER MODEL DIAL-O-MATIC SEWING 6115.Road. Carl Baugess Edwards Itp

I free set up and de Improved pasture. 40 woo led or anything: of value. LaRUE machine. Must place In !
livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER I II [young pine.]. 2 deep wills Dahmera Discount House 964- I INSURANCE AGENCY area. A-l shape. Zig your FOR .. ALE 357 Magnum
.' I MART IXC.: ; 6012 Blandlng fenced cross fenced. Fine 60' 7923. tfchg i I Auto Fire makes buttonholes zag.'j Pistol belt &: holster 110.

:Jax.. 771-8778. tfchg barn. Sturdy cement block HomeownersLife signs, sews on buttons ap. .Starke Builders' Supply. ltchg
Ml ranch; 7 rms., 4 brms-bahh. HOUSE For Rent-4 bedroom I'
FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration & Accident pliques, monograms, etc. Sold
Gas heat. Panelled L. R. "w- furnished or unfurnished.'' FILING CABINETS Type
I Service. Home and fireplace. Ideal location-near Central heat and Keystone Heights SACRIFICE.new for! over Just$300. balance MUST I writer Stands Desks Chairs..
alr-condl-1 pay
Commercial. Phone town, schools college. A Fatm tioning. Wall to .' 473-4692 $83. $8 Safes Bradford County
or assume monthly
P. O. Box 19, 473-3090-1 Ily Man's Farm $33.500.| pay- Telegraph.
: Ph. 964-7389 or 4681152. meats Will take older machine I,

: ,MOBILE, : PLYWOOD James L. Flynn Terms. tfchj FOR SALE Live Bait In trnde. Call Credit :ManagerCOLLbCT TOMATO PLANTS Hiway 16
I| No. 625-20 acre poultry fa:ntn. Worms and fishing tackle.] 24 I
rj; "- Jacksonville 3531916. : -
: :
to A229S 4 house
::' [ '; ; FOR RENT FuinlnhPd' two. I 4 bldgs.] 3 bedroom CBS home.: PORTABLE TT1'E WRITER hr. service. Lester Prevail 613V. anytime. Will deliver no Terrell, Hellbronn on right

FOR EVERYTHING bedroom house. Attractive nnd On U. S. Hwy. 24750. Terms. REMINGTON Jiffhtweisht. \ Weldon St. 2tp 3-21 ofollKntlon. 4tchg 3-28 Springs.lip ,
-I 1LPj\ h iney. Good neighborhood. No. 636-Fla. Ret. farm. C33': good condition. Has balance of
MARCH SPECIAL Private driveway. Adults. home 3 bedrooms. dining $34, or pay $7 per month. FOR RENT Modern at FOR RENT Nicely furnished FOR RENT Furnished bach I

:; ner Apts., 633 McMahon. Re'n'l I room. 4H miles town. $11.ltCO.: Phone COLLECT Jacksonville tractive one bedroom furnished bedroom; vented heat air elor apartment; good neighbor.
ulnc SPECIAL THIS 964-6279. tf Good terms. 353-6901.: Will deliver, no obli Apt. Near BHS. Private drive conditioned. References please.! hood private parking. (50

PVA LATEX STROUT REALTY ',gation. 4tchg 3.28 way. Renner Apts., 633 Mc- Gladys Harrington 337 N. W.al.-j month. Renner Apts., 633 McMahon -
CypressSt. Mahon. Phone 9646279.
:- r'4 .. Starke. 3 bdrms some fur- 2117 N. Temple] Ave., O. M. Turner I tf chg nut _.._ .. .__. Phone 964-6279.

For Inside and Outside Use /P Wall Panelling niline. rarpnrt, cypress trim (904)Starke 064-6609 Fla. I II I I I WILL YOU CLAIM IT? Uncle tfehtr-

; wood Interior. Priced $13,500 I FOR SALE!-2 bedroom frame Sam may have your money in MAGIC MARKERS all color -
$3.01 GAL. Assorted Patterns F.IT.A. ...inancin!;". Cull J. H.I house with carport in Starke. his pocket this year. Long .-At The Telegraph.
!McKuphern RKALTOR.: Phone 614 W. Adklns St. Ph. 964-7599: RADIO. Take ap pay- forms $a.oo; Short $2.50; Farm
NOW FROM ,173-1100, Keystone Heights WANTEDCASH I 2tp 3-14 ments on 2-month-old, beauti- 1000. Phone 964-6373. Mrs. SPACIOUS CB Home on large
Fla. 4t II' ful stereo console like new. 3-14 lot. DR. 3
chg 3-28 DonalfJ Martin. 2tp Kitchen BR L.R.,
$ 4-speed record changer Balancedue li Bath, T.L.R., Patio carport .
$389GAU.ON $295 FOR SALE Honda with lug. PAID I HELP WANTED Waters $68 or $8 per month. SEVERAL GOOD USED Add. utility room central heat f

; SHEET UP gage rack gun rack mirrors ', Enco Station, Starke. tchgr PHONE COLLECT. Jacksonville ing :Machines: [ for sale electrics U.A.C. Choice location 17000.
I I and chrome fenders $200. Pate Good Clean Cotton Rags r FOR RENT 3 room and 333-1946, anytime. Ask for ; subtraction credit bal Ph. 964-5388. 4tchg 4-4
I*** ? I U J Gassett. 1503 Pratt St. Itchg No Khaki, Wool ..or bath Credit Manager. Will deliver, ance. Bradford County Tele ,
I a Stock furnished cottage. Phone
:tf IIMRINP Largest and Lowest Price 'I Scraps. no obligation. A-I Warehouse graph. tf
,9645337. tfchg
GREEN ONIONS for sale.
I 1'1 I 1S06 Main. St., Jacksonville
S. *i- !n Bradford CQifitif I 'Next to Pinehurst Grocery. BRING TO I I II Fla. 4tchg 3-28 FOR SALE Misc. 7 3-4 yds. STARLINGFarm I
SS I Phone 061-7122 after 5:00. all I WANTED Any Information I heavy Imported Belgium Linen
day Wednesdays. Itp Bradford County that might help Identify the FREE -LANOE DrJCORATOR for draperies $10; 1 Dinette'' Supply
; r SPECIAL-! person who senselessly shot wanted to work from million Set. with 6 Chairs $15; 1 Cypress
{ I FURNISHED 2 bedroom. house Telegraph and killed our small pet Poodleat dollar Inventory of furniture knee table lamp $5. :Mrs.: 316 E. Brownlee 964-6062

for rent on N. Water St. SeeMrs Klnjrsley Lake Monday evening lamps carpets, and accessoriesin Barnhlll Rt. 1. Box 507 Hl- |
AN DECOLORS J. I IJ. Seymour at 527 N. I a March 11. Please call Florida's East and. West way 21, :Melroae.: Ph. 475-5375. FEED FERTILIZER

: GRADE A -\:AND $$6500 Walnut. Itp FOR EFFICIENT bookhen mff 533-2131 after Ii pm. Itchg Coast areas. Write or call Mrs. Itp : LAWN \
and Income tax service see Denhoff for appointment. Bur-
__t.FREIGhT DAMAGED UP Mrs. Haddock: .118 S. Court _St.fbark nett-Ortmeyer Inc., Wholesale A classified( ad III the Telegraph
FOR SALE One FOR RENT Modern fur. I
Honda 305
of Koch' Drug Store. Furniture Co. 300 S. FranklinSt. brines results.
SEE OR cAt I US MARC E. JACKSON Dream. $250: ; One S-90 Honda Phone 984-6S37. Central: Biok- nlshed 1 bedroom apartment; ., Tampa. Fla. lip I ,
TODAY -- INMAN I). GREEN $100. 610 Alton Road Ph. 964- keeping: & Employment Serv central heat. $45 mo. plus utilities FILING CABINETS. Type USE:!) FURNITUREAND : .
7737. 2tp 3-21 ice. No pets. No children. Call FOR RENT Attractive 2 writer Stands, Desks Chairs. APPLIANCES

E weain't_ gotit;/ ; and we can't get it, you don't need it! I Joseph H. ValioskiBABYSITTING tlVhg--: 9646225. tfchg I edroom furnished cottage In Safes. Bradford County UPHOLSTERING _

I SALE 3 BR 2B. Block MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS for tion.city. W.For H.couple.Nollman.Good Itchg loca- Telegraph. __I
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BUILDING SUPPLY I Job wanted Home, City. Cash or trade, for Immediate sale. Moving on account RUBBER STAMPS and
Expenenred. Evenings, nndWteltcnd4. I down payment. Call 964- !i197} of sickness. Lake Geneva MAGIC\ ]\\RKERS.. all color Fad*.- Bradford County Tele- CENTER

: Ph. 904.U443.Up j after .i p.m. .'Utp 473-4SSO. ily *.-Al The Telegraph. i iraph. Ph. 9616303.wLr I I l'/i' All.\ So. 301 StarkeSet'tlon



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I I For Today's Homemakers '
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I JS : AN OPEN LETTER ; : :.', By Martha Sue McCain'

To Hon Claude R Kilk County Extension
rriJI Governor, State of Florida. I I I ) I I .. Home "
': Economics: Agent
Tallahassee, Fla j "
Sir: -
I What Is the purpose, function :" FAIR TIMEWould ; : that the greatest' percentage )

I and value of the Clay you believe It Is neal'Iy of clothing dollars should be
I County Zoning Board? Does : that time? The Bradfoid. spent on clothes most frequently -
the: Board have the power or County Fair and Strawberry worn. Purchase the best d

backing to enforce the zoning Festival begins March 27. You quality possible. Quality garments -
rules and) regulations! ? can pick up your picmium will wear longer and
t u.K I have been given to believe : 3w book from one of the many) will wear longer and have a
that: the Board is appointedby ; merchants advertising In the better appearance.

the Governor and one of book and make plans for your They should buy only what ,
its functions Is to enforce the entries. The 1968 Edition of they need and wear what they '

existing zoning rules and regulations :" TViv the lair Is going to be bigger already have In their clothes)
or take action to and better than ever before closet.
see that they are enforced. Is Z ;
this correct? Does the Board : "' ., \... : have a part In It learn to make wise decisionsand
have this power? ; : .... "r. I YOUNG TASTES! then live with, the decision
I am particularly InterestedIn Today's youth 13 to 19 made.
J a section of Klnirsley Lake. :: : rZ. TTZIt; ? L?J ;J years of age-make up 12 per ST. PATRICK GARNISHES

A certain Mr. Flynn obtained cent of the U. S. population To serve attractive food, for
a permit to put a single School A Break They spend 11 billion dollars various holidays takes very q

residence house on his prop- the past couple of years the annually of their own moneyon little extra. effort and prepar-
erty and promptly moved! in ::\ : all tho building and new goods and services.It ation. Sinse most people "'eat
a large duplex apparently tho high achool gets virtually (estimated by 1970 there first with their eyes." add"a
And BIP Don't MixThe without a permit. : will be two million additional little garnish here and there j
The size of the lot. the loca- young people in the U. S., and and see if your family .will
vast Improvement that can extent that they are now offering 25 Years Ago tion of the house and' the lay '(' center and a !beautiful they will be spending 21 billion enjoy mealtime more. Give a ;
be made old information of the land such that the vast majority of senior
by tearing down an rewards for leadingto are the dollars. Cinderella look to familiar
building: and utilizing the space the arrest and conviction of By' Alice McGarveyTo Zoning :Board rules and regulations are purely academic? Today's young people live foods with an appropriate
for parking: is shown in photo- those who stoop so low. The Cros- were and are vlolateed. air conditioning; carpets, now in a time of abundance. Moat garnish I some suggestions for
graph at left the CommunityBank by Lake Cemetery Committee is in addition to the fact that high students Htlll swelter In of them do not understand the coming St. Patrick's nay Aare
the duplex was moved In and wade through dusty doing without. Many do not : Diced chives onion tops
corner, which has also been offering a $50 reward for infor- young people 1943 is ancient
improved by landscaping.: mation concerning thefts of history but to their without' a permit I to begin and little else. The science save money and pay cash for parsley, green pepper rings, t
parents and grandparents is or even. adequate lab the Items they buy.Today's pineapple slices or chunks
This is the type of Improve- shrubbery and acts of vandalismat
Thn aroused
neighboring youth has a regularor tinted and cheese
ment being encouraged by the and the Board of not so very long ago. These in college will tell you It green cream
: the cemetery "'
residents complained'' to the part-time job. which accounts meringue or whipped cream
older people will remember
Bradford Improvement Program Governors of the Chamber of Food Rationing and the Ration Zoning Board and Health Inspector for 49 per cent of his tinted green. Other Ideas are
which is presenting an award each Commerce is considering similar books that were Issued library was rated on the all money. The rest he gets from shamrock shaped rolls or candles ; -
month to the property owner who action in connection with such instances for canned foods and for The Zoning Board sued the possibly expect' such a library allowances and gifts. When he !green coconut and mint

does 'the most to "Put A Smileon in the city.It meats. The city dweller was Flynns and then: decided out grade students? gets into emergencies and, leaves.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYT.
Your Town Instead of a is hoped that the public will much harder hit with food of court, to permit the houseto tip with the Idea that the needs extra money he has

Frown." respond to the efforts to curb such shortage than was the rural remain. a whole now school while the security of knowing his Y

But what can happen to a beau- thefts and vandalism and will pro resident:! who had some of his The ,1udire. ammrentlv not five or 10 years In 30and parents will help :him.
tification project when vandals vide the police and/or the sheriff's food home grown. A ration being biased ruled that: the :have been declared fire Youth's money goes for cos- NEWS ABOUT
:house could remain, but the metics, clothes, cars, recreation. -
hold of it is shown in information book was Issued for every
photo- with
get office any existing zoning board rules The teen-age girl makesup
graph at right. Plants were recently available as to who is responsible. member of the family regard- and health regulations must t /ibe to give a student every- 11 per cent of the popula-

removed apparently There is little incentive to beau- numbered less of age.red In stamps each book and were blue be met 8th grade and then take it tion. She purchases 23 per SERVICE MEN

I through malicious mischief tify our town if the work is to be stamps, good for a limited It has been suggested by at to the all-Important pre- cent of all cosmetics and toilet

!\ from a planter in front of Gem undone by those who have no respect period of time. Before the least one zoning board that goods and 20 per cent of all aa..a..a..uuau.utari
\, Jewelry on West Call Street. for the property rights of books were Issued. each house- we, the conce"ned citizens, (preferably the Bradford women's clothing sold. Teenagers -

. Such acts of vandalism have others. wife or head of the house had hire a lawyer and bring suit ) recognized the plight of own 20 per cent of all
" aroused local organizations to the to declare the canned food' on ana Ins t the Flynns as an Individual and seniors and do some cars purchased! in. the U. S.
hand. Each was allowed five fuse or in conlunctlon Stephen Wade (Editor) The teen-age boy spends a
with the Zoning BoArd little less than the girl on
\Retirement Plan ForA City cans and for every can over /
rationed The point is: Why shouldwe ( Banner") clothing and about 4 percentof
the allowed! amount, a tPtc.
retirement plan for City of of social security this retire- point was subtracted. This hire a lawver to encourage his money on grooming \

Starke employees is apparently to ment plan may mean, for many was one of the reasons for-the and aid the Zoning Board to and toilet goods.
employees a livable income enforce the laws, rules, and diARY Youth wonts to wear the
4 become a reality. It will be a fhm city popularity of home gardeningand
regulations that they were ap- "right" clothing. It's very important -
after he retires. home Freezingwas
step forward in the progress of canning.
pointed by the Governor to to them. They wantto
There's a lot of difference not available then for the
our town. enforce? be dressed like their friends.In .
1 If the City Council follows $150 and $25Q per month.It homeowner. .. I have been tiunht: to be- order to have a feeling of

through on plans laid' Tuesday the maybe difficult for some .', A-Joyai Hotoriiuu- -- I*JR...BrJ,-.,.." believe that the laws of thIs . ... belonging they. want the
getting-by now,
program wilt be' 'I in "effect"by next employees,-barely lol. made it to the luncheon "rmtfonY'from tn' smAnelt entity latest.: Forthis' reason .tlw-.

January, or perhaps sooner. It ia to have an extra three per cent meeting In Starke by riding an all the: wnv up; to the constantly need something
, taken from their take-home pay. State and Fe*- Government wants to be inde-
not a plan that will put anybody antique bicycle from the State :: rnl Youth
h, on easy street, but it is a begin Hut those are the nnft!! the plan Farm to Starke an 18 mile were Initiated to protect l"f pendent. Buying for them-
will benefit the most. They are round trip. the rights and privileges selves gives them a feeling of

ning.Under the proposed plan, one the ones who will most need added of all the cttl '. -ni In that particular bring more like an adult.
JurisdIction, and that Parents can help teen-agers
later. Bradford
of several the Council examined income The new County
"* employee with 25 We submit this entry into the High School had recently Installed the regulatorboards are obli- learn to plan their clothingtxpendltul.es i
Tuesday, an budget
gated to enforce these laws or : a
benefits" for the city central heatlnfl'.IIO the
1' of service would retire on "fringe area
action to afford''
years take have them en- they can .
rela- Board: > of Public Instruction, Ronald C. Crosby recently
will do much for personnel
$100 per month if he earned an forced. Teenagers should be taught
decided to sell the old-fash completed advanced
',i average of $400 per month for an tions within the city government. ioned stoves that had been I canr.ot understand why to compare quality construc- and on-the-job training at Ft. L

< average of five years. A man with It will give employees somethingto used In each school room. It we :have to sue the viola tors to tion, and price at several Polk, Louisiana, to become a
j simila) experience making 9 300 a look forward to, make them was discovered that one encourage your Clav County stores. They should check the member of the Transportation

month would draw $75 per monthif feel the city is looking after them. School Board member had Zoning Board to enforce the as it has been so many times fit of the clothing and the Coips. During his training he

he retired after 25 years, and We exhort the City Council to generously given away a large rules and regulations s : since the well was drilled Information about care on served as leader of his class,
one earning $500 per month would follow through on plans well laid number of stoves free of May I suggest that If the a about 25 years ago. It seems garment labels. It Is Important a, position awarded him, for
draw $125.City to date; we congratulate the Coun- chal'Je.A resolution empowered Zoning Board cannot or will that the level of the lake U I to select the most satisfactory his outstanding leadership and

employees have never cil and City Clerk Merrill Ed- the board attorney to collect not uohold the laws anji: fulfill dropping and'' the County clothing needs tor of the the indi occasion ability. Upon completion of

drawn adequate salaries. It is dif- wards, the cog in the wheel that $15 for each stove or recover their obligations\ to the r Commission feels that the vidual. and The color of the new hi;. training-, he was awardeda

ficult for the employeeto pushed the plan to the forefront, the Items. Governor And to the citizens j : well is to blame, and is taking should be a color that promotion to Private E-3,
average clothing
their action to date. bv en'otcln the nTcs! and d j. steps to have It corrected. A ( one of two given at that time.
the day he for with other colorsIn
for will blend
lay anything by well The County Board of Public regulations that they be re- t long time ego, we inspectedthe Pfc. Crosby, whose wife, JoAnn
is forced to quit working. But on It will be money spent. Instruction Mrs. the person's wardrobe.Teenagel.s .
appointed lives will
moved from office. t well with A. J. Thomas Sr. in Starke now
Ruth Frazier teacher In the Sincerely and our impression was that need to know be stationed in South Korea.
"Visitors Always We /come"The Graham School: for the 1943- Edward C. Wnlnwrlght: it was a mighty dangerous

application of stainless steel 44 term. Other appointments P. O Box 519 place as the water was pouring -
Clay and Bradford Counties can and durable finishes has far ex- Included: Mr. Daisy Fisher, Starke Fla. down it, and the land ,
well be proud of another new in- "
principal of Brooker Junior __ atoundwas quaking and shivering yam .
dustry which :has been having its ceeded the normal demand for TTIffh' H P. Morgan, principalof Iw We hope that any efforts t

"shakedown cruise" since last cleanliness, and no expense was Heilbronn School, Arthur reasons for the derision! _first, to cap the well will be
summer, and was just opened for spared to achieve this commendable McRae, principal and Mrs new government regulations prudent, as if we're not mis-
public inspection during the past goal. As outlined Monday Cleo Andrews, assistant teacher and restrictions' under the of- taken a man nearly lost his
week. night, a rigid maintenance pro- at New River. flee of Price Administration' ; life there some years ago

The new industry is the Pine- gram is followed daily in keepingthis and second( the fact that so a b while workIng. .on. it. ,
air Farms egg processing plant, handsome production facility Bradford County High mcnv of his employees are a
south hospital-clean. As one out-of-state School News: sublect to military service. While downstate on our trip,
located on State Road S-214, a ,>
said could literally The senior class lost its Father and:! sons of the Johns we got some Duncan grapefruit -
of Keystone Heights, less than a speaker you
president Joe Andrews and family had been In the gro- and some fine Pineapple
Bradford County "eat off the floor, so spotlessis n
mile from the
vice-president, George Flynn eery business since 1900. oranges. We particularly like
the plant. to Emory University recently.A 'VIIW the Duncan variety, In con-
line.Eggs remarkable feature is
I from many producers in Another class meeting conducted by Another wartime casualty trast to some of the sour fruit
Bradford County which, by the the prominent sign, posted near secretary Shirley Colley votedto was "Little Joe" Starling who 0: which Is often sold.'
I f way, is now ranked near the top the highway in front of the plant, elect temporarily an acting- operated a grocery store on j, By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

of Florida counties in egg pro- saying: "Visitors Always Wel- chairman and vice chairmen. 2:. Eighth St. for several b g Our congratulations, along SIGHT dealer
OUT OF that's have measure -
I duction are already being pro- come." Many plants! have visitorsat William Baker was namedan months. He went back to with others, to the Edwards your
OUT OF MINI the engine rpm's a
cessed at the Pineair plant'"which'has ; stated intervals: but so unusualis acting chairman: but the farming because "I Just boys for ,their fine showing In If you asked 10 outboardowners tachometer All tests shouldbe
a capacity 300,000 dozen a Pineair's day-by-day hospitalitythat bell rang before other voting couldn't keep up with all the the FFA Show and Sale in what's the key to peak conducted at full throttle

week. a photograph of the sign, was completed. records" :he said. "I was J j Gainesville, In which they performance! you'd probablyget under normal load situations,

To visit this plant, as we did with the owner, XV. Alton B lote With local service men in with afraid the I government.might !Ret in., trouble : came tainly out looks on good top again.to see It headlines cer-- 10 different answeis. But If this means with three or

with many others Monday night, standing in the foreground, was 1943: t proclaiming a Bradford ask: the same questions of 10 four passengers just load, In
A impressed with featured on the cover of the Grand engineers, and they'd agree extra gear to equal the ap-
I is to come away A late Christmas letter from Cold' weather knocked out : steer coming up as
of Industry that selecting the right pro- proximate weight.
the thought that those who conceived March issue "Egg Major Ben Sternberg, who Champion.
-1 to national trade publication for the: local strawberry crop for peller, matched to the boat The test Is 'simple. Yourownel"S
it and saw it through a was stationed in Africa complained several weeks in the middle of f
and load situation is the real manual lists the cor-
completion were the designers of producers and processors. about the cold. Said February 1943 when the ternt t,:; Keep your eye on the calendar of
rect en-
I a new concept in egg processing- Those who did not attend the :he was sitting in a barn perature hit 20 degrees. Growt: as the Bradford Fair Is key.Because: a motor's propellerIs engine rpm At full range throttle your com- (

j 1 a concept that is so far ahead of open house at the Pineair plant around a little fire and had ers had had light picking dur- coming up fast Remember the "out of sight it's "out of pare the tachometer reading
attract national last Friday night, or a similar been amazed to find that It ing the recent warm weather
\ its time as to days. March 27-30. and that mind" for most weekend skippers with the manual's recommendations -
event for those in the industry on could be so cold in Africa. Greens were also somewhat
prominence. } George Hugglns, Bobby Tay- They assume that the t
>' With the consumer uppermost Monday night, should take ad- Pfc. C. W Savage of the damaged in the county. 11o t lor, and "Big Boy" Prevatt are prop that came with the engine if the reading exceeds the
t"I in mind, the element of sanitationin vantage of the "welcome sign" and United States Marines, and must be the right one. maximum you need a proi I
Mrs. recently TOM: IIARDIN ELECTED hard! at work to make the
Savage were
this food processing plant visit this "stainless steel show( / This sln't always true, reports peller with more pitch. The
new from New River S C. They TO STUDENT OFFICE t coming Fair one of the best so
outstanding characteristic case" at the earliest opportunity. Bill Spaeth, manager of engineering "pitch" Is the angle that the
i is its visited with friends and rela- Tom Hardin. a student at far-and! we've had some of at Evinrude rotors blades are attached to the

tives in the area Santa Fe Junior College, was ) the best ever shown In this The propeller on the engine propeller hub. The &"1'eater'the

ORipq The Bradford County Telegraph World War I veteran Obe elected Lieutenant Governor section of the state. when It comes out of the factory pitch, the greater the bite the
Hall Starke contractor drove of the Suwannee Division of is considered standard.It blades make Into the water.
p ESTABLISHED 1879 3,450 miles to get back Into Circle K Clube at the state OX DEAN'S LIST is designed to allow the An engine turning less than
service. He finally made It In convention in Tampa. last engine to run at its rated rpm the minimum
Mimeta c; E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher Bell, Calif. where he was Inducted week: The son of :Mr. and Mrs. ''/ Miss Mary Bollinger, daughter and horsepower at full throt- propeller with rpm's less pitch.needs. In a

0 y Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnously Into the Marines and Lawrence Hardin, of Starke 1 of Dr and Mrs. H O. Bol- tle on an average boat with this situation, the bladea are

Under The Same Masthead.' now awaits oversea duty.S. Tom is president of the Santa t linger, of Starke has been an average load: With the wide taking too big a bite. The engine -
cigrg; ; Fe Junior College chapter of cited for academic excellenceat variety of boats on the market simply can't produce

R Johns & Sons is no Circle K. As Lieutenant Oov- William Carey College in and the many boat-engine enough torque to turn the prorat I .
at the Post Office '
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Clans Matter longer a general grocery ernor he will serve as leader! combinations, It's obvious that peller fast enough. Conttn-
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. store. It will sell only feed, for the Circle K Clubs in HattU'Sburg. Miss., where she this "standard" prop may not ous operation puts excessive

- fertilizer, some seed and meat, Gainesville Jacksonville Lake Ws; named to the dean's list fill the bill in many cases. strain on the working
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, 14.50; 8 months. $2.50 Carl Johns, proprietor an- City, and Madison, for the Tall semester.:; There's one sure way te and cuts engine ute parts
Outdid' trade area; 1 year, ".00; 6 months'' $2.75 nounced. Mr Johns gave two check your outboard prop, an<:t -


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Two Pair Two BRADFORD Cnmrrr '."fRAPII. STARKW. FLOED{. TUVUSDA !. MA1914,1168!

I I Amount
Alan and C. A Barringer and This big Jack fish was ed, they put up a fight equal Description Amount ofof Description of

Howard Shaw caught 27 nice brought into Griffin' itMtt to a' fish a to 3 time,* the!? TaM of Taxes

VOICE o/ the ones Saturday Roy and J>;. Monday! size. Land Sec Twp. Bff |Ao Owner and Coat Land 8ec.TM'P' fte tAo Owner jnd Coat

JQhn Howard, who comes FISII OF THE WEEK. The Jack.prefers to live In

SPOktSMANDy down' from;- Atlanta, Qa. to Although many people .won't th'tf Cleaner+r, quieter portions of 853.AU Kx: Ry 6 4. 61, 64a contataarcos. .. "I&.t" URA-N'40'M or NESL" "

fish got 4 Specs. streams and the 855--All EX Ity 7 7 11 840 Coftlaln.r Corp 474.11 5W14
even mess with them Jackflsh rivers, and in 8 <-All 18 'I U &to Cootalnar. NKV4 A S"t{ \
Corp 413.249w'A
With the full moon comingup are very tasty. Since many' grassy 'weeds, or; stump-filled 900-NW'i A. WH of .. of. sam .j pviofBtfl
It7 ,.A .ibpW
this week f Thursday, 141 people think that they are areas of lakes. The average Kx: K/W ft Kx .. CfrP.Sof.TM 4 8A
Port of SWVi
the Specs should really start like mud or gar fish they weight of the Jack usually of SW '4 Which Lien In N Cor *t .l'Il1'4' '
Mike Chitty of HEW'! N of ft. Kx t!:
biting good. This weekend have never tried them. Actually runs from =3- to & lbs. in Floe 8 of St rid 18 &E Hwy "Frontage to

'. 'should be :.a productive one if they are a verr.dellclous, ida, with occasional catches of of St Rd 231 19 1 U 238.18 Container Corp 182.21 Powell A that NWII

-', 'the weather In' eood. So If sweet-tasting fish, somewhat considerably larlr r'size' being c 907-NW'4 A NK'i' of Ex HWVi E 10A' lid. 1 11, tu1i &:5fSnlrer Coed'. r4Ls1 of which KVi!flel, ot NWLY.ofBt :

All I fishermen alert! The 1 used by the Specs and Bass. you have a chance, come on like Specs. Even though they taken in various localties. 1000-HW'4 of SWU '>1: '''t4 "t6lfeolMp.' ".,r '." ;' ,tt( I Rd 109 -N JQIf \(

fish'-are-' bltna'! be ter. They Charles Hicks of Hampton, out and, try: your luck. are very full of bones,, the : The Jackflsh can be"caught & i'a'\ of SW'i1043A 38. 11 I JZO'..Ii Contalner 1I1IJdwll1 Corp'I'.k 99'84' NEVi ot of Hwy,, SBV4\100'' ID'd. nta I her Corp 131."

arbebbbng: caught in Santa Fe I along with his son Randy and The Specs are still bitingin meat is worth the extra effortto i In many of the same way's+ as -That Porto Pyt. yr.i ..4.r, j.t.1 1121-y of 'WK 8o I' 22' '80JO dit41tie4'Cb1II'( ; 5i.!.ta

Latter..Kingeley. Hampton, and ,daughter Laura, were": fishing Hampton Lake, and are being get to it. The Jackflsh alias bass or other fish. So the nest HI W''I4<,IM nf 18 NW'4 Cnnt' N.23A of IDx: ntW e. "-.Ift :.... ....

aria. Most of you J probably, lake Saturday_evening.and way as in Santa Fe [on minnows all of the qualities demanded home, clean It, slash It down 1 4 I.ce dcl.lwr': ? r : ., lOt, NE': \ ,of NW54. '31 8 S3 Coat lci..t'* orPS\. III.n

read about all of the bass that caught threer, ::6ReeaLrR::: Kdy ]. Among those catching of a game fish They the sld W,cut the bones, and 18.11 of-1.l t.ott 44 43 In A.Wood.W<(4 i Kx Il/W u t "ctt.l l.f.i, rp" ,d.x .,U tot

have been caught in Kingsley caught the largest >artlJF-Wh them were Mr. and Mrs. Lester may be caught using a varietyof fry it m the usual wa,.: You lawn 81, II U. >1 a ooAtai er Corp .U 42G1NWor! 10A+\ Ex NWW n/W. 31 8:11: ao &nuta' F Corp 24,11
; S
lately on the Bomber baits.Most' measured around_I435L::inches: Slade who caught 11 one tackle ranging from a cane will find it delicious. 1937-W'4{ of s\v'4! A. "'H. ''G.' "o..t J ; '* .J' F6r ,JU Q. Powell,,: Fat: i

of them are fairly large which was a nice thdaypre-1 | day last week. pole to fly-fishing gear. The Right how the Jacks are on Sl"l. nf KW', ": I II n 120 ontahter'Corp 101.11t 4304-44x'4?\ fc of fey 3.! i as: 4 fit Container Corj* Uti 1

irf size- I. personally, have sent. "'-: 3- FISH QAMPS! If you would Jack will bite a variety of baits the beds at the edge of the 1144-SW'i Of NW4 :3 6 II. '4d'. o. 6dt4111" Cdbp. n.n 444 -N>4/ of NM4! '*>* ." ..if.P. POWJfll. :_
never fished'' in Klngsley or Orlffin's Lodge ,:which was like your fishing results in including live minnows, crawfish grass spawning' where the bass. moo) -KH snvj! ft.of SK'i NKW, wof B;1 r eWEx! n).., a.23' 13 13 CorttAlnw' {j rP\} Eel 11.29

with a Bomber bait but it Mentally misplaced on- the this column, call me at 475- worms, artificial files, will be a little liter. of RR I U. tU. ell"U.lnel'. Corp 114.11 I''. 4447'- ;H of, 'i m 14 0 I' 4'. I'I' .p.., rt alt!

looks like I will have to try It. west shore in last 'week's:' paper 2171 and I will be glad to I plugs and spoons. :When hook .. ... ., 19(1(1( (-NV4{ of NWM A8Mi L ;.1 'J .....,.,.. L.. Co" "owen c. .. Eat to '. ', .WV4; 83 8 28, :to cheutaerCorp l |i., Eat 19.00 '

'M# grandmother Copeland, is still located on the east print It. As you can see I am '- {, of NW% of NEVi' 4 8 U, .. 100.. Ceht4.tn4r Corp to.1I'I : 444ti-N',{,, of 8V4!, of iPof'IIa. rT ."J.,.
Grandpa and I fished : much In need of more sources SAtM > 9'or.a.'t' ; Powell Eah'.I IA In NW t
Chitty Shore, and reports.,that: h< I NOTICE OF TAX 8004-.N'!;, of SW'4 8 t 23 10 Container! Pore: .. i63.34t swli Ex ,

on the south'' shore of Santa Specs are biting:'good*: 'Wednesday I of information.The'only Notice is hereby given that on the 1st. day of April, 196, .. y...' ,.0. Powell. : 474 Car Vt c''%!: A of,(SW OI1. r

Pe Saturday morning and< Alan and -Boy, B\l1ded thing that I have 'Florida: tax gale 018-W'& nt NE<1 Ar. !r..*. V U Cor of NWUSWU \ '.
I 1 at Staike. County of Bradford 1. Stat ofj < ::'', of :NW'4 A. Ptt
catight" four Specs, and two Both boats and gob"-20 Specs \, (to /say !tit if you are not fishing ceitifrat! will '1>a sold on the folloWing: described/ land to SW" !4 Ex R/W 7 6.. 33 :284. 6dnt4ln'r Corp 11178 WLY., NtT 681""Ft J57 to .
don't know what' ." '" Fef' t, O :tpowell2011NE :
(Jiteks1! I'truly believe that if each. Roy and James any. you v
Thursday, the amount due for 1966 taxes herein set opposite' the'same '4 of NW% 7 1In: 4 0 Cn 1\tllln..Corp'' 32.4 By 8 ParRy 14rt. .
w*: had gotten out earlier we I Lazarus and friend of Jack 1 you are missing Fishing I Is one pay r"or. L 9' Powel' ELY., lei .Ft to. at4I
with all costs of Such sale and all advertising: .83' 23 It 49,3944O8Ya
would have caught more. As- sonville! got !60 Specs, 4 Bass, of the most relaxing sports ofI together 2021: -BV4, Hx 1011n/ r .. POB ; *P"" nerrcarell

cording to Griffin's Lodge, thespecs ana;! 2 Jacks.. Friday, Roy I all Amount of NW Cor A SK'l .of of SWVi of 07"J
NK'4 of ANW '
DetK-rlptlon NW' 1.23. 23I Conta'lnef1 GArp'!
SWVi 10 137171J:
have been biting early guided John and Harold Bur- I Wendell Moody and Mr. 'i of NHV4 of '
44B7 SW Cop .
Taxes --<:"om at ,
of ... .
in the late in the and they Byrd of Jacksonville got a NWVi &: HEIR\ of 47. .t "
morning and ton of Erlanger. Ky: I Costs of NWVi of 819%' A
l bed. j nice catch of Specs here in Land Sec Twp. Rge "tAo Owner. md NW'4 NKVi' of nun E 883 Ft, N
evening: Many of the people caught 42 Specs on the SWVi' Ex 2A In SW, 55* Ft. W469/ Ft, ,
we saw caching fish werecatching Alan guided Mr and Mrs. Santa Fe last Thursday. ((11-NlS'i\ of NEVi EX Cor A. Kx Hwy S 638 .Ft.to POB '33 4 28 4 -roil lotrjell

: Ja.cI. I, most of them I Olllsple of langer and they A FISH TALE n w 1 20 40 Container" Core! 95.44 Frontage on E Side Fort 1 .
1I2-W'%!, of SEV4' 11' 20 RO Container Corp 81.89 of Hwy 18 4.A A 4835--BE!Vi 'of. BELL ..
stnall' In'size.. As you will! read got 19 Specs In 20 minute Fred Johnson and Frank 111-Kl-4 13 6 20450 Con ainor Corp S13.7f HU of ere 14 of MH Ry EX .n/w; 34 8 23 is C l.nvtalnfip CorftFor SIC, !

later; ,they are on the beds I that weighed 40 lbs Saturday, Goolsby of Starke were fishingin 151-8V4. Of SK14 113 I 20 80 Con alner Corp 61.98 SW4'? Ex R/W 8 6 23 434 Container, Corp 210,962040N'4 LC,.. Powell Eat
of ,. \r' C Powell K: 4030 WV4 of NK'i' pf .; .: '
SWVi et
c Hampton Lake last week, 167-K;1-4 & \ a. %
of &
{, SWVi
: Nlcof
HW/4 It / 28 _1i20 Container rorP 8,74.24 NW'4 A1JV4
and report a somewhat unusual 169-AII 2G 8 20 840. Container Corp f2U4( NV4 of 8W'4 of of NW'4. of
catch. Fred was fishing 171-AII Ex NWK of 0 BW'4tlE'4: of NB'4 of /' I SWVi' I 32 140 Contalher' Nil: ... of NR'4 of '
with a Thin-Finn lure. NW'1 26 6 U 800 Contains. Corp. 401.00 Corp 83. 18 .
178-aw vt of sw% & For 1. o. Powell, BW'.t\ BX BorrowPit '
I All at once his rod bent SW'/i of SEVi 111' 20 80 Contaltler Corp. 84.84 2057-All N'4' B Of nit 86 Container. Corp 47.80 Euaomo-nt :3 J 1 22 20 Container.' ... Corp PuwMl 11.03
for tL. a
I down in the water. He quickly 200-N''tH 45631: 8 20 130 Oont.'nor Corp 48.91 For I. C; Po!V.n .
212-UV4, {, of SU'A' 33 0 20 RO Cont.IDor 'or" 81.03 ; "\
Join The Wise grabbed it, and frantically began U2.U 4630-A' -W POP ftfNKVi
i 2 H-All 35 8 ZO 640 Contain' Cm D. 2102-Thnt Port of H%
I reeling it in. All of the 219-AII 38 8 2e 840 Cont.tn Corp 409.43 of 8W 4 lying K' Of of NWVi'! ; .& N
1 7 211 1175 Contains Corp 035.07 ltd 200 A W of Sal 1 1Ily 408' o-f W- 751' otSKVf
Buyers .- Everybody'sSaving i ; time he was thinking, "Boy, 220 222--All All Ex I Bx RR UR ll/W R/W > 1 20 840 Container Corp 422.22 H of Purvln nt NWM 3 7 2l 37.68: ContnUUr} Corp.. 2112i

; I've really got me a !good one, 224-All Ex NWVi> ofNW'4 Corp Farm Fence Ex' R/W l6 8 '23 < rontnlrler Corp .88 4834---WH of NWVi of InLVE i / ,
2 7 ZO 800 ContaID' 422.82 tr. O Powell of NKV : '
I've ole
'' got Mose. After a rn"
2107 I": Cor of Nlt'47
AtNASWORTHY'S 22 -8E1-4' of E% -R14 at NE'4 E.
couple of minutes of hard< 8W'/4 of 813% & EV4 ll/W & NVi{, of NWV4> 11 6 23 120 Contain Corp 37.24Container pf .KE'4, .
4 1 10 210 Container Corp 111.13 21UR-W'A! of E% or' Ft N& n By 488
fighting his line went slack. In or SWHSIS 10 Container Cora is48
I Ft B A W 3.7 22
Ex NR14 & KV4{, of
N.l-4 of Elf!
Et41Y481wy4 ,
so many words he explained RR&WNn. ? im NWJi of NJ '!. A Fot.L..Dr.9".U) '

to Frank that he had lost his Ex 2-A In SW Cor 9 1 20 440 Container Corp 838.98 13 V4 of W'/{, of SE'i\ ofN1!';.4'., A: ,
35fl-N3-4 & SE'!, of & WV4 of SKVi otA 2539t. or 'NW%. A
fish. He laid his rod down
I 8WV!. &: SWVi of : aw.I\ 0411'4. E& Borrow PitEsasment
hoping that the fish would sEVi' EX RY 10 7 20 IIn Container Corp 193.18 NEB 11 < S3 J80''' .! ; Corp 1. 129.82 :: KJ" 7-A In

strike again. Sure enough 1t 360-All Kx Ry II 7 20 840 Ccmtalner Corp 468.01 Tor t a Powell ,NWCor of NVi ...1 ..
8112-All Kx Ky3d 13 1 20 1014 Container. Corp 132.03 t BE'4. of NWU! ; 3 l'.. 23 933 Container Corp,. 126.08For .
did. and !It was him and Fred. :|-All Kx 4A In SE 2116-WU of NW'4! It C Powell Eat

Back and forth they went, C<>r' of HK4'! "t HWW 13 1 20 1/18/ Container Corl' 818.80 of KK(4: K't:\ of 4680 SK-4'" of 8W' t '.1. ,
,M1vR Fred would pull In a little 36B-All I I3x $'!W% of NRI4: of SWW' 11 6 23 20 Container. Cur p 1729 of HKN\ A 3 A In NW ,
2uaE'. of NEi'/i AKW f'nr '
NWM", 4 Kx K'/b at o-f NBV4 of
line, and then his reel would NW'i of 8KV/!:'. It 'I U 118" tonhlner! Corp. {, of NEI4: 4 of !1w'4 4t 23 13 Container, Corp 1133

t. from the line being strip- Nur..er. ) 604.14 NWM aE1Jiof WA *,?* &.4 Row.7i .
sAti sing : of NW'4' & NEK!: of i'81J8.-P..:' of W VI. 'ofSWVi ? !

ped off. Suddendy Frank 872-WV6{, nl NRV4 & SH'/i:! 12 II .22 .140 Container corp 10088! \ 4 1 23 40 CofttaJner( Ct/rp It.al
NEVi' nf NW'.4I' : For I, 0 Powell For... IJ 1'0",11" Eat! .
looked!, behind them saw ... .
: I
of NWV4 of 1 '
Kit 167.61 U23-W'\; of NW4? 4891-W% of NB4? of .
D- ole Mose. Would you believe, hKU' A "KV4' of loll':'''' IS4JS 1 20 220 olltl\lnor: Corp KX H/W 13 6 23 40 Container Corp. 29.011 N13W Ea: NWVi

flying in the air? They finally ;:--- Wc.. NP14 SLNRK : 80 COlltalnrr Corp. 61.00 2126 JM3-4 Kx N 40A NK'4\ 7A In NWCot
of NK'4' 22 'I 20 & of '
Es BK'A: NEll\ Ex: MA l 105< Hcj
realized that a seagull had 411: .KV4 of VV'Xi' & HV4, J3x! 8W of Being 02.91': K of

Up To 36 Months To Pay dived down and got his Thin- HWVi of SW%. of HK'4 A Ex IDA in. NW-Cor of NBV! of
do lVi, ..r !Hliy! '. nf HKVi SW Cur 13 6 23 510 Container. Corp 323,37For 1'IIE4'! 5 7 23 54 Container Corp 41.11
the big ,
Finn. As all ones
ISWVi ..r NWVi Li U Powell For" L, c Powell
COME SEE YOU'LL BE t he got away But Fred was .: Wt-4: of :NW4! "fNK'S 212 -8KK of NEIA 13 8 22 (Corp;
Container 27.77For
IIX : Ex 40 4775-EV4 of 8W>4 of
happy because he dldnt, take : 'U.'t; 205.77 C Powell
CONVINCED DraltiHKa 23 T 20 810 Container Corp. 14 WVt\ A \ of
2128 9WK! of RK'4!!' 13 1 22 2S.45 oft Bran
40 Container
his bait with him. You* may 4.IS: -NKVi & NK\i of Corp BW14 8 h

find this little strange, bu NW % ft NHJVi of 2130E'4N W 14 ofNK'i A. W-4! of SWVi of '
We have one of the best TV a ft N !%, of C'oiiUlner; Cor'D 44.17
HW'<4 ft: All That SIC,. 8 of Branch. 5 T 23 85
Technicians in this Section.C. It does happen. Port of NKVi of NW'4\ Ex. IDA'In Nil Fort, C Poell lest .
i P. S.-Fied tells me that the SE'4 N of IW NVj{, of CUT ft feW 4 of8BW 47H-S 3A or EH of '!
NW'A of NWVi' & ft: EH{, of BaJA SWH of BBVi' 57 33 Container\ Cori ..n
H. NASWORTHY Thin-Finn Is also a good bait WVi, of NW'4 of of BK % of IIW',4I: For t. O Powell

M for Jackflsh. SW'i .&: HWVi .ofSWV4 WU of NW'4' ofjaE'4 320 Container Corp: 243: .08 4771-HJV4!; ot NWVi! of .. ., '. ?
'\ Kx: It/W 24.1 .20..:-358 ... .Container ,Cnrp.; of BWtt" 14 33 For U 0 Powell .fB'4 A N l4 <>f Ht2'4or.NBVi .
NEI4. A ofJK'A
62S- MV4'. of NW<4 ANW'4 : -N14\ of N% of l'IW'4 Jft'/4" of
of NWVi *. tfIC'4 Ex!: S1/3A W
HV4 KX K/W 31 1\:11\ : 4s H Container Corp 362.4 of Rd ft WV4 of. t'I % 4 *

813-8'Xj' nt 8RU of .8WV4 K! of KB. IS I 23M 305 Container Corp 209.83 6 '. tNBVi*: WVi,' ofsell of '
NWV, 11oI'\ I'' % KX For It 'O Powell .
J 33 6 21 203 Container Corp 1498: 2159-1 Tract In NH A 8K14 of '
'I K/W I
eft COP of 8K>A of awI.4, 8 7 23 ISO Container. Corp, 313.43 I
ic, 'ion) I/BII/ -NK'4: or NW\(i A SWII 6 50 .Ft For Li C Powell .But
L HV4{ of NW'4 of ft 110* Ft 4773. -W',4!, of NW'A! ., ,
"' NW \\4 & HW'4 KxN14 N ft S'V by 11 I 2321S81 Container Corp 11.43 of NKVi' 1 Kx 2A on N '1'
of NEt\ ofHW1 Corp 18211 Fort C Powell End: & Bx Ry 8 7 23 Container Corp n."
\ 34 6 21 820 Container 4774IA In N End': of .,. .., ,
Gr.fI-( iWJ of NW'i 34 6 21 80 Container Corp 68 94 aI8l-N,, DI 8\V'4' W'4 of NWVi of
mi2--S'4! of SKVi! nr & NW'4 2753 of NBVi! E of Ry A:
3t Container Corp
nt'Hm1A J5 0 II
No flue installs Lot 4 K: of C'n: Or IA In. NW Cor of
UU-NW% of' NWN4 ,"
chimney) \ Cor lid Kx: I-A In NW 38 5 31 78 Container Corf 61,13414NSl I'J' '" &: l'I I':% .iif WV4 of W NWM of Ry t A>lNEI4 ;

of NRV.' 15i A lluj' IIINWIi N 5A of WVj. of
r .for instant hot water >f Or ltd. 1I7 I 6 21 Its Container Corp 21.80 of NW'A & NB' of SW'i' J2x
: -N'<4! of SW'4 2HI'I 6 21 80 Container Corp 410':\ RWI" or NWIi A: IA III SW Cur L t S3 8 Container Corp 11.:
:'-WV4 "f NWVi' A w% 01 81"'( 01 .. 'Jo'orf p Powell47113NWI4 .
I." H'or, HW'I' 3 6 21 1GO Coiiluln' Corp" 1)7.24 :: IAPJ&. 810%'' 01 ,I
I of 6 II 101.88
168 18
& 133 Noo'trlinU" of NWVi
Din -NKVi of Sl': PCor1'l '
NWVi oC NWVi IIHI. < fin BVi:' A NEIL; ; of _
22 5-W\1\ of 51514 ofdE'4 IJW'>( 9 7 23 TO Container Corp 1/.
.:111: (., or SW'SIC'4 &
: \ 17 II 10 Conlalner Corp I1M8 .
of tiE '4 4 6 21 20I'ont..lnnr/ Corp 122.36( For Li a Powell
417.88 ,For .10',0 ,IPowr112296SW .47 J4-4W! % .r Ntk'S4
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I Keystone Hilites/, Drys Attack Validity Of Petitions I For Funeral Mr. Services Cook I I Hundreds Visit New Pineair Plant "'::;)1,; ",;-. -. ..--.r'" ; : .:

I Of Lake Geneva

Please Phone By in Regina Your Schuber Items 4733067WOMAN'S Seeking Liquor Sale Vote In ClayA Raymond Curtis Cook 51 of I During Open House Festivities -

Lake Geneva, died Saturday
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petition seeking a referendum I said, since signatures would! morning In the Gainesville "VISITORS! ALWAYS WEL- .
poultry And
CLUB fine for overdues. of the the medical 'I ) egg production. ;,
Some on the legal sale of necessarily be presented to center after an extended COME" -
The- first robin reminds us I more recent additions are: liquor was filed Monday with Commission. HlnesMr. -,. I Tom Berths mnrketlnsr! dIrector -

J It Is time to think of new. Viennese Nights" (Boston the Clay County Commission Harrison presented!! signed Cook was born on Sept. This Is the' unlnue sign ( for the machine divisionvf

spring and summer clothes. To I PopS]: Triple Piano Concertoin but Its validity also! the validity statements from about 75 per- 1, 1916 in- Newport, Nebr. Hel' wominentlv d'slaved In frontof Seymour 1"oo"s Co.. Tnneka,

i help you make selections, and C Major [Bach] ; Pop Goes of the county's voter registration sons requesting that their was a retired automobile mechanic Pine Air Farms' new eggnroeesIng Kim.. cited Relofe and! Stqrnes

I to see what's new In The I The Trumpet [Al flirt]; The roll has been chal- names be removed from the and a member! of Oa- ( plant near Keystone for their vision and willingness .

j. World of Fashion the Junior Duke at Tanglewood [Duke leneed by opposing dry forces. petitions andi' urged! the boardto dara Baptist Church. Helohts. and the welcome to take a chance in erecting 4 L ( .

t and Senior Woman's Clubs I Ellington!; All Alone [Andre The Oreen C've Sorinss refuse to accept the petitions Surviving are his wife, clearly note was never more a plant that "Is a newennf'p't
are. sponsoring a "Spring I Prevln, piano] Moody [Della matteris Cook demonstrated than it"A. ); in egg processing' I i
; Javcees. represented bv at- until the entire Dorothy : one daughter, lAst "
Friday and facilities."
Fashion Show. Reese The Power and The Miss Sandra Monday I i, :
; tornev Ralph Thomas. of Orange investigated.The Cook; four sons nights. :
Circle March 22 on your Glory (Mahalia Jackson]; He Park board finally turned James Arlr, Ronnie, and He said that' the sanitation
presented!! the peti-
An esflmatM 4(10( ( visitorstvirouffh roncnnt
calendars! Leila's of Starke Leadeth Me [Pat Boone]; Out tIon with 3.701 signatures at the petitions over to ,the SuP- Johnny Cook, all of Lake Geneva tnI'd the 'In had, hen carrier out I
will l present the show at the on A Hill (James Cleveland]; the regular Commission meet- ervisor of Elections Sam ; his mother, Mrs. Mary Sl'IOtlf'1IIJ"IAnt every' detail at Brent n TVIdav + ,, :
during fnnal i
Masonic Hall on this date, at Songs of Inspiration (Fred Inar Monday. Saunders fo' certification as Cook of Boron, Calif.: two hf,1)55", an "ooen ) >n with st'iinless'ted -
I evwnt for th"
8 p. in. Donation will be $1 Waring and'' The Pennsylvan- brothers, Irving and Chuck nubile of f'(1ul.pnt u.pd throIJQ'h
The to the of legal signatures
board }hesitated to number
accept l1f' area. Those attending! out. Pictured at opening ceremonle the Phnealr Fi"gg
for adults, and 50 for lans, with glee club] awhlfhlir JrlAklnqt.he Keystone at; new
cents the petitions when the and authorized the Cook, both of Boron, Calif.; fb..
children.: snnvifttcated! t>l"rit. have' no eoual In'the processing plant Monday night are (from left)!
You will and one sister Mrs.
also fine line Mary
a assortment drys reoresented by attorney hiring of additional help to
I Mel machinery oo- ".t1Int.rv.Mr. Gene Shun, Keystone heights Mayor G. Raymond Sta
Many fashion shows neglect of folk music chil- James Harrison. charged that count the names. Morrow, Belleview, Nebr. I e"ittn.v ,
the "halt size" dress so popular drens' selections. and speaking the Jaycees had misrepresented The board Indicated that a Funeral services were held A"'e' of with" n. nrtflMnn' PRO. IVTotP. ''''''0 Is current plant owner'V.. Alton Belote, and Dr.' E. T. York,'provo

with many mature worn records. Won't you stop In at facts In a letter mailed to special meeting will be called at 2p. m. Sunday, March 10,; rn fas nrorpiKting a veek. 300,000 doz- "s'.Went" 0' the AJTlPI""A the University: of Florida College of Agriculture.

en. Come see some of these your library and look them voters several weeks ago. ask- to dispose of the matter after with Rev. Clarence Smith of-' : "nltrv and 'tr.'erv t< :Federation --- -

sized clothes. which will be over? Inqr them to slorn the petitions. an opinion Is received from ficiating. Interment was In Monday night the wcirome"t l I" a lyviuppr. as well "s . ... .-
modeled) by club members. Of GOLF NEWS Harrison said the letter the State Attorney General as Oadara Cemetery with DeWltf "', ,WAS out agntn when a II ivvvuBor.. 7-re h..s a 14OOOOw'lnv1n ': ": ,

course Junior and Misses The regular monthly busi- stated that all signatures to whether or not the ailed seed C. Jones Funeral Home( In r''' ermm of! Florida ooultrvmpn. sizes wilt be shown charge of arrangements.Navy All well as /some from "btrh are Irvntofi. on the
as always. would affect same
ness would be secret. This misleading letter
meeting and luncheon of kept
was nut .. .. .... ,__ __ ,
This "f state enlovprf a ,.h.tr.. .n 'rl'. "..,.. ., T2I..1..4.,.. ,, event i Is for the benefitof ,1sin ( -
the Keystone Heights Women's contrary to fact the attorneydy the validity of the petitions. U.CC EDPni '
the hnrhp"lIp, ""nnprt; the Rev- w plant KB hm his -' '
Scholarship Fund. Golf Doctors own ,
Association was held at '
See you at the Show! .. storm Oolf Country Club f-fl mill nlao JorqtPd At. Plnp : cj
I the Club house on, Thursday, .
JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB March 7. Preceding the lunch- Kelley, daughter, of Mr. Saturday, was one of the most Have Office HoursAt end th n vIsitM the plant for Air. which rranlr* out 50 ton.

The regular meeting of the eon the ladles enjoyed playing and Mrs. Bunyon Kelley Jr., beautiful days that we have KeystoneDr. Its!! vftI'inl! e"'I"at1on.' rv rht-hour, day Just for ___

Junior Woman's Club will be golf. Billy Danis won low net celebrated her third birthdayat had in a long time. It sure W. Alton Belote. of Jack- his own birds.

held Thursday evening March and Kathy Redfern won low the home of her grandparents was nice to open up the win- Joe .Rawllngs and Dr. sonville. on-ner of Pine Air He is also president of the

14. at 7:30 1: In the conference I, putts in the 18 hole event. Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon dows and let the house air Joseph Artgo, stationed with FArms, And O. Raymond Star- Florida Hntohpry and Breed-,

room of the Clay Electric CoOp Marie Wrinkle and Ann Hen- Kelley, Sr. out. In fact, It was almost the Navy at Cecil Field, are nes. designer of the olant PI'S Association' And Is on the

building: derson tied' for first low net The guests enjoyed hamburgers nice enough to go swimming. maintaining hours several welcomed the visitors and told!I hoard of the Fl01'ItflPoultry; -.- L-

There will be an election of and Joan Wright won low and hot dogs. Ice cream Thursday night we went to days a week in the office of of their oblectlve( to build Producers Association.

officers for coming year putts in the nine hole group.. and cake were also served. Gainesville and I registered the late Dr. D. M. Christof fers something more than Just an Mr. Starnes is currently

HERE AND THERE The Ringer Tournament ended Guests besides the parents for the next quarter at SantaFe In Keystone Heights. earsprocessing plant. Their serving as Mayor of Keystone -i

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kar- February 29. Fran Chessing-I and! grandparents were Cindy's Jr. College. I will take a The physicians are in Key- p'onl was to erect a suner-san- Heights and was an executive I

povltch of Jacksonville and ton and Mildred Sutton tied cousins Mary Beth, John course at night, that will be stone on Tuesdays and Thursdays Uarv "food processing; plant. with the Coca-Cola Company: _J-

Lake Brooklyn are entertaining for first low net and Martha Steve. Dyrne Sullivan and given In Starke. I am taking from 1 p. m. until closing Belote said< one that wouldbe before moving to Florida sev-

guests Mr. and Mrs. R Hayes won second low net.I Mrs. Mary Lou Sullivan.Mr. Composition which Includes[ and all day on turday, from a model of cleanliness, and eral years ago. He is respon- f.- p- I

Kelley Sr. of Worcester. Mass. The nine hole Ringer Tourna- and Mrs. William P. Journalism.! While there, we 9 a. m. an asset to the urea. sible for the ultra modern design I _

Mrs. Kelley is Mr. Karpo- ment resulted In a threewaytie Duncan Jr. have enrolled, had supper with my aunt and:j Keystone Heights was with- Rep. Gene Shaw praised the of the Pine Air plant, Starne and Belote present! carton of egg to !Mn! EiJ

vltch's sister. Mr. and Mrs for first low net, the win- their son Cadet Anthony Lee uncle Mr. and Mrs. Roy out the services of a resident plant as a "stainless steel which Is said to be the only Shaw, wife of the State Representative.. Each visitor. t Kelley have spent the past two Duncan In Cordon's Military Crenshaw and family. Satur- physician! following the deathof showcase" and salt he
ners were Peggy Fordyce. I I was,, one of its kind in the Indus plant received( a gift of IMnralr eggs on Friday and ]
months In Hollywood, Fla Fran" Turknett and Helen ,, College at Barnesvllle Oa. lIe day night, my parents were Dr. Chi l.stoffcrs In a plane proud to represent a district try. ,1\101.
and will spend some time In. Wallace. The Jack Nicklaui had been attending Melrose, supper (guests! of Charles and crash several weeks ago. that now ]leads the state In

Keystone Heights before returning Team consisting of Vesta 'I High School where he was a Pat Pardee. Howard:! and Polly

to their home In the Aiken. Sue Dwyer Zee Tolles junior. He would like to hear Waite of Gainesville and Con- Garden Club
North. also, guests Saturday evening, March 'In slow, but they plan! to take
from his friends. His addressIs nie Barnhlll were I 9. possl'ble. -
and Mildred:! Sutton, took first ,
her back home the next
delicious steak Of The Lakes the chapter room of the Ma- LUThERAN:
Their comment about Keystone Cadet Anthony Duncan and enjoyed a CHuRCH
place in the 18 hole team play. 1 two weeks. Mrs. Jimmy Hitch's CONCRETE PRODU
"A lovely town that has In the nine hole event the'I O. Box 58. Gordons P'I supper. After they came home, Plans Clean-up sonic Temple. Pastor Robert C. Besalskl mother, Mrs. Shocking Is expected -

everything." "Julius Boros Team." won first :I College. Barnesvllle. Ga. we took off me to Gainesville, i i The Installing: Grand Matron, announced the following: changeof home this week after a

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeral place after a sudden-death I Mrs. Bertha Pierce of, my parents and Grandmotherto Mrs.' Roy Bridges Antl-Lit- Verna Brice, and] her assistants schedule: Holy Communionwill in the hospital. INSIST THAT ALL TO1
of Lake Brooklyn recently visIted play-off with the "Dan Sykes Starke visited her aunt and II Williston. They planned to terbug Chairman of Garden installed the following' in be celebrated on Sunday, I CONCRETE: PRODUCl
I I but the impressive ceremonies: March 21. A Sunday School :Mrs.! Fay Olson had the ARE TUB PEST FRO
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Team," consisting of Peggy uncle. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. go oystering Sunday Club of the Lakes announces .
:but arrival of
longest stay, on
Fisher of Pensacola before returning FordYce Dot Farris and Ann I Ca.son last week. | weather changed their mind. that the club will sponsor Worthy Matron, Paddy D. and Bible School was started .r
two nieces, from Washington -
: her one
home after a extended Henderson. Eight ladles attended Mr and Mrs. Fred Jennings j They ended up going to Cedar "Clean-up Day" on Saturday, Gilrle; Worthy Patron, HectorL. on March 10 at 10:30: a.m. with from' Edward's BuildilSupply
State and another
South Florida vacation.Pvt. and Mrs. Lee Williams of Keys and' buying some. I spent Ownbey; Associate Matron, Divine Service at 11:13. There
March 16.
the "Azalea Tourna- I The Boy Scouts, .
Wisconsin. she was able to return Ijic.
\ children's clasHes (Junior
: x'writeS aunt and Grace Keeth Associate Patron are1w'o ;
James R F ment" held In Palatka on Dundee were guests last week i the night with my under the direction of SteveMoore ; 8-11 ) and to her mobile home. Due
that he appreciates all the letters R. F. Sim'mons uncle Alfred and Corlne Hud- WInton C. Keeth; Secretary, years Primary .
of Mr. and Mrs. -
March 7. Voncllle will trash In Mat1IS'J24s.4GAlNESVILLI'oi '
Thursday up ((3-7 years), and. an Adult., to the need for continuous care, 726 B.
: Beatrice Schroeder
Meltoivand Treasurer
he has been receiving Ketch won tow net"and Vesta .whu here tne group ion and Otis Ijate all areas of Keystone- Heights. ; Class which Includes the post ::her.'dllccea; .are arranging for ; I'Ll\! \
from friends in Keystone. He visited Manatee Springs; and dinner with them after church Vera Ownbey; Conductress, ,
Aiken low putts in champion The Scout bringing In the ccniflrmalion< reports a change In his ad- ship flight, and Fran Cheslngton -, Stephen Foster Memorial at Sunday most trash will receive an Jo Reed; Associate Coutluctress. one wishing: to register may Wisconsin to live. f
dress E. R. 14983766 4th Charles MI' and Mrs. David Reid Mattie Lee Kingsbury; '
: Brig- White Springs. Mrs.
took low net honors in award. see Vicar Wallace E. Mooney. Mrs. Fern) HucUert Is eXpected -
ade. 1st Battalion Company Severn of Emporia. Va. arrived and children of Jacksonville Chaplain, Geraldine Jackson;
her flight, with Zee Tolle The next meeting of the Marshall! Koons Organist. J'EKSONALS to retutit soon to herhome
D, Fft. Polk. La. 71459. Sunday for a few days visit and Karen Reddish of Starke Dorothy ; SCHEDULEOF
! winning low putts and club will be held Thursday, Irene Williams; Warder. .. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson, on Keystone Lake. Mrs.
J Edmund Dwyer Is a patient ST. ANNE'S NEWS with the Simmons. spent Saturday with Mr. March 21, at 1 p. m. at the Helen Kennedy; ''Sentinel, of Lake Geneva, left last Satur- Alma Frost dislocated her SERVICES
at the Gainesville Medical The services Mr. and Mrs. David Ross Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Mrs. home of shoulder but Is now back
Evening Mrs. Don
prayer PangbornIn I Gilbert Reed; Star Points day for a European vacation
I Center. will continue to be read on have moved! Into their new i Helen Walker was a weekend Keystone Heights. Adah, Geargia Murrhee; stopping In London England home from the hospital, nnd PARK ,
I LIBRARY NEWS trailer next to Yeoman's Appliance guest of the Carpenters. Sun- --I sorvin-law of Mrs.
James Dyal,
Thursday at 7:30.: And studyof Lillian. Norwood( ; Bather, and in Norway to visit rela-
Those who are not fully acquaInted the new Communion Service Store. day afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Haynor; Martha, Sarah tives. They left /Iby Jet from Thomas Finley, Is also back of the "
Nicholson and two ed from a vacation trip to I I
with the various services will also continue each Thursday Recent guests of Mr. and ti. C. man; Electa, Marlon Driscoll. I New York City. home. PALMSSUNDAYS I
Heights Included grandchildren of Gainesville Las Vegas. I understand that
of the Keystone Mrs. M. V Samson
following Evening
Library may be interested to The Rev. Gordon Bennettof prayer Mr. and Mrs. James Ogden of I visited by boat. Mr. NicholsonIs they had a wonderful time I The first regular chapter and During Melrose Fdbruary folks held Keystoners sort of NAMED TO WHO'S WHO
meetingof the new will
from the well the Fire Chief in Gaines sightseeing visiting the casinos year :
know that aside Columbus. Ohio and Tampa; Jack Jenkins, Keystone
Jacksonville read the 9:30: house" at Bradford
be heJd at 8 an "open 7:30 p
p.m. Tuesday, 11 :00 A.M. :
there Robert ville. and'' seeing shows. out- ,
filled book shelves are mass at St. Anne's last Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. March 19.COMMUNITY. County Hospital. Most of us Heights was among 15
records available for also of Columbus.The Oils Browning. Royce Wells Mr. and Lateur from Santa THURSDAYS
many Plummer.; Mrs. and : CIIUKCII are home now, and wish lo standing students
';.' loan. These records are loaned ST. WILLIAMS NEWS Plummers were former and Otis Simmons and Mar Mr. and Mrp. Forster of Ken- Circle will 'tie held express our sincere thanks for Fe Junior College who were I''I 7:30 P.M.

for a period of two weeks and Bingo every Friday evening. neighbors of the Samsons shall Simmons of Plant City/ tucky are vlstlng Mr. and Mrs. on March meetings 18 with, the following I everything done for us while named to Who's Who among PUNDAMENTA1BIB1E

; I the only charge Is the regular Play begins promptly at 7:30: when they lived In Columbus. are staying at Griffins this W. E. Kite Jr. They are retired meetlncr at 1:30: D.m.: McDoa- there. William Reynolds Sr. Students In American Junior I TEACIltN

I The jackpot is waiting to be Recent weekend guests of! week to do some fishing. Dr. and are vacationing in Flor- aId. Circle at the -home of Mrs. and daughter, Jane, are now Colleges. These students were

, won by some lucky player. Mrs. Bernice Oano were her Poindexter and:!' son of West ida. I Ruth Ohlson with Mrs. Marguerite back in their own home on. W. cited) for the activities, AU Sn Ices Held In

I KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. KEYSTONE vosS son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virginia flew In Sunday for Pap Norsworthy attended a Gren.non as co-hostess; Lakevlew Drive, with a nurse demic achievement, and sea-J New Bible Cente!

Those persons making eye- M, M. Oano and daughters, three days of fishing. three day Medical Conventionin Norwood Circle at home of and housekeeper, Mrs. C. J. operation with school '.

wills recently Include C. W. Sherrl and Sally, of St. Aug- Robert Kite will be coming Jacksonville last week. Mrs. William Schroeder with Tillman, in! whose home Mr.

MIllican of Lake Geneva andA. ustine. home next weekend for spring Well. because of the bad Mrs. E. F. Allnhouso as co- Reynolds formerly resided, was\I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home "
from Tennessee at"
Duplicate Bridge hospitalized the same time
H. Lagasse and Gene Dale weather last week, there was hostess; Grollck Circle at homeof
of the where he is in school. I'll bet this but is home I
Oarbett of Keystone Heights. Winners last week hardly this week Mrs. Janet Haynor (Half an reporter,
any news
Bridge Club he will be glad to see the old now. Mr. Tillman has also been{
Melrose Duplicate
Money for the Sight Conser- If this weather holds out Moon Lake) with Mrs. Mimi II STARKE PHONE 964-6200
vation project was donated by were: Mrs. Loeb Duncan and Florida sunshine. this week everyone should be Blakely as co-hostess; Lagassee under doctors care. Leamon I
"Miss Anna G. McCullough 'Mrs. Chester B. Horn, and Friends will regret to learnof out enjoying it next weekend Circle at home of Mrs. Ward's mother was also in the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317'(

also of Keystone Heights. Roland Bryan and Mrs. J.I the death of Edward H. David Nelson. The 9:30: a.m. hospital. I

i MELROSE What is it all about-all this P. Vose, tied for 1st; Mrs. I Lewis of Jacksonville who ,I So.and until the news next week should here's Increase.Le- Morning Circle will meet at the George. Massa's sister, Mrs. Rental Services

talk of eye-wills eye-banks Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- spent much of his time at his home of Mrs. E. A. Dempseywith Low Tentrllla was stricken

etc? Get In touch with Lion yer. 3rd place: Mrs C. W. lake home. His funeral was eon-I.KEOVS; CORNER Mrs. F L. Stephen's' as shortly after she and her mother HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

BUSINESS Ernest L. Jones, Sight Conservation Hardy and Mrs. F. T. Hogue held last Thursday. "Praise The Lord" co-hosteas. Nlghtengales meet flew cLown from Philadelphiafor
Chairman for the Key- 4th place. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revel at 7:45: p.m. at the home of a visit. Her recovery Is CRUTCHES
Praise the
other Fried Chicken Dinner have some of their family visiting Lord I the chairman Mrs. Wallenlus,
stone Lions Club-or any '
DIRECTORYBEAUTY and receive free litera- There will be a fried chicken them this week. Mrs. All ye lands. with Mrs. P. A. White as co-
the subject. LionJones' dinner Tuesday:! March 19 Revel's niece Mrs T. W. Clarkof For giving us minds. hostess. Rebeccas meet at the ISST8

ture on telephone number Is at the Swan Lake Conference Opeltka. Ala.: her nephew, And giving us hands.To home of Mrs. Myron Prevail'

SHOP Grounds sponsored by the John B. Rozier of Jacksonville do his work, Jr. with Mrs. Prevatt Sr. as

473-4780. I Melrose men's softball team. and' her sister. Mrs. S. C. Roz Here on earth. co-hostess
PERSONALSMr. I sale at ier of Waycross. Oa. To prepare for, Circle 5 has initiated a me- -BAPTIST Best
T. Phillips Tickets are now on
and Mrs. John birth. First Baptist Church Rev. Waj
Dale- I Rudolphs Barber Shop and Mrs. James Bobbins was In morial fund for the late Dr.
have returned from Lawrence. Carroll pastor. Sun-
Praise the Lord,
I from members of the team. Jacksonville Friday and Sat- 1 Donald Chrlatoffers, to which
SHOP vine, Ala. after spending a For giving us health. day School, 9:45: a. m. Worship -
their I Price will be $1.25 for adults urday to attend bridal show- friends and church members
week with Services 11 a. m. and
Edith Johnson, Owme spending a ers for her daughter Judy For giving us wisdom may contribute. Mrs. Roy
and $75 for children.
and her Training Union,
7:30 m.
Personal granddaughter And giving us wealth. p.
of the dinnerIs who will be married to Carl Turknett Is circle chairman.
the David Sunderlands The purpose 8:30: p. m. Nursery open for
A Creative Praise the Lord
Thomas in Ft. Lauderdale this Pastor Leon F. Mllner is con-
to raise money to put up
hale StyttngIndlYldimJ and their week-old baby, And bless His name. all services.
the softball field and Friday. ducting instruction classes as
Sunderland will be lights on
Beauty pmn Mark. Mrs. Miss Joyce buy uniforms for the team. Dorothy. Sam and Charles And he will bring you, follows: Tuesday,,, March 26, CATHOLIC Bank WayWhat
JJvny Form of Beauty Culture remembered: as Fortune and fame.
The menu will Include: Henry Butler of Ormond directly after school, for chil- St. William's ChurchSunday -
Open Tne .-S ..t. 1-6; Powell.MELROSE. Praise the Lord. dren 10. 11
fried chicken, mashed potatoesand Beach spent the day Sunday and 12 years old Mass 9 a. m. Wednesdt-y

dosed Monday FYYYYYYYYY.Y. gravy, tossed salad green with Dorothy's mother, Mrs. And walk with Him. who wish to become members Mass and Novena 7 1 p. m.

! beans hot -oils, tea and cof- Jo Strandberg. And your future. of the church. Teenage youth COMMUNITY: CHURCH I

I NURSERY I fee, and dessert. Time of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel of Will not grow dim. 6:30: ps\: Sunday, March 24, In Sunday School, 9:40: a. m.
Praise the Lord the annex building. Those in- A Difference A
I dinner will be from 5:00: p. m. Melrose were Sunday night Morning Worship, 11 a. In.1
! O.C. Carnes Nursery until 7:30 p. m. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. And do His works. terested may contact Rev. Mll Nursery at 11 o'clock service

Hlwmy 100. Florahoaw -. By Joyce Rowe Fred Swearlnuen Jr. And He will keep you from ner for further information. only. Rev Leon F. Mllner I, Low Cost Bank Loan Can

M ftOUa SB of BUrk .V-yvyy V V VYVVYVVVYVVYIINDIAN Mrs. Earl VoyleS who Is the places. Please phone In your reservations pastor.

, N'arwry Stock 'J'1I01J &I1 1AAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAAThere Building Chairman for the Where danger lurks. for the annual Sliver I Make!

of Plant A Fruit Tr M to I were two birthday BEACH Keystone Heights Woman's He gave his life Tea on, April 3 to Mrs.\ Myron EPISCOPAL

fKXMM from. Ntc Shade Trees, week In Melrose. Club told us that the oround-j For our sins. Prevatt Jr., 3-3077: or Mrs. St. Anne's Church. Morning,
VvrgTt Landscape parties last : breaking Ceremony And that is where. Prevail Sr., 3.4130, as soon as Prayer and Sermon, lat 3rd.' Whether you want to buy a Car, Boat House

Plant All In containers Miss Mary Ellen Duncan birth- (Lake Bmte Fe) held Tuesday. Mrs. Voyles will Our life begins. and 4th Sunday, 9:30: a. m.1 Appliances. Do it the quick easy, economical

Plant anytim. csmeWu.Itamlxua celebrated her seventh at Bjs Michael n. ChlttyPh. be quite busy 'until the building So, Praise the Lord. Holy Eucharist and sermon Come take advantage of our Low Cost Loan I

.. day home.Monday She with> is a the party daughter 479-2171 Is finished: Until you die. I INCOME TAX 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a. m. [Nur- ice Details gladly given N Obligation.

Let 9f do, your I.ad.p4flg her Leon LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AGreetings Peggy Voyles has entered And, someday you will be with sery open for all services-]
and Mrs.
Phone 639-2163 of Mr. the Miss Keystone Heights Him, RETURNSPrepared Dally offices of Morning and

Duncan. frlendJ. This is contest to be held March 23rd. In the sweet bye and bve. Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and 5
USED CARS The youngsters played games your pleased with the weather, The Keystone Woman's Club By p. id. Rev. William I. Jones
and had Ice cream and rolling reporter. I know that is sponsoring her. I

Hank Used Cars cake for refreshments.Those you are all glad to see the Owen Bryant is a patient In I WM. J. DERMODY LUTHERAN
attending included: change In the weather, because the Alachua General -Honpltal NEWS NOTES Vicar. KEYSTONE STATE BAN] I
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Carl Hagglund Leon Duncan. so many of you welll out where he underwent I Recreation Center Divine Worship 11 a. m.
surgery By Helen Ijan: Sunday. Communion 2nd''
TERMSBUY Kevin Chlapplnl. Janet Steu- working In the yards and fish last Tuesday. Drop him a Holy Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Height.
-7 S LL '- mADE art Cheryl Poppell. Leslie ing. The south shore of the i I' Keystone Heights Sunday. Services held each'
card, to help speed his recovery -
af.: 1T)! toI Smith Susan Sapp. Robin j lake was covered with boats .Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
.... I RASTER.V; : STIRInStallation ; Phone 473-4500 "
Rwy. 10O S Mll_ .. .. 'j Church. Richard Meyer
Dougherty. all day Saturday and many of 1 We heard that Mr and Mrs. j of officers for minister Community.

Sunday afternoon Misa Cine them were catching: flsb.j Laurel :BUDCB lecently return- the year 1943-69 was held I ----- I


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Alan and C. A. Barringer and This big Jack fish was ed, they put up a tight equal I Dt'Hl'rlptloq A4aotaItdt of Description AinoUllt of

Howard Shaw caught 27 nice I brought Into CI11tf'1n'. 12dgeIfonday. t6 It fish 2 to 3 timdb! their' Tries of hates
VOICE of the ones Saturday. Roy and oDt. \ size.. Owner
Land Sf'8.Twp. Rge 1 10 owner end Costs Land Sec.TW p. 8ge iAe: -.d Coats
Ii John Howard, who comes FlSII OF TilE WEEK Th, Jack.prefers to live in 1

sPOA1- MAN down from: Atlanta Ga to Although many peupfe; woh" thj' elea31er. q\.ter\ portions of 853-A1t 1 Ex:, R" 4 4 I" BAA Cuf/alaae '47.M 1U.7. 4IU-N% 0' NIr.\4\ &: ,
fish got 4 SPecs, 5--AII I'x' : Sly 7 7 7 II 140 Container !:
even mess with them Jackf1sh streams and'dvers, and In the Corp 474.11 NF04&rSK\ {, f 9Wt4fit
S98-AII 18 'I U 840
With the full moon coming are very tasty, Since grassy weeds br stuinp-filled W or Co-ntaln. Corp U3.at !
r .o many 80o-NW''t & !4 f741D4x vvLGn4
ByMike up) thlll week iThursday 141 people think that they are areas of laJ .es. The average IW'A Iox: It/W & Ax ,MAAg4, ,
the Specs should really start like mud ThAt Port or SW4or \ Col 81)74)
Chitty or gar fish they weight the Jack usually SW'4 \Vhlch LleaHoftRl18&E .
1 biting good. This weekend have never tried them. Actually runs from a to II Ibs, In' nor- of ilE\4:\ Nor fhl'1'J' >t

should 'be :s I productive one If of lit nd 231 19 7 11 838.78 Container Hwy Frontage to
>> they are a verrdeUcSoua, Ida with occasional cat hes ofconsiderably Corp l11iUTI Powell A that Pore
.- .... the weather Is good So 11 I E NWt! .
sweet-tasting fish somewhat larger'size'} being 901-: 4'4of 'AtO :1d l t Ii tg1l 'CoNfSitilf Cu1d .ff.sf d L1y of

A2Uliahermen alert! The used by the Specs and Bass yoU have a chance, come on like Specs. Even though they taken In various loca1tles. 1U110YW'4 n' 8W74 .., J '-l Sep, \IfIII' 4"KrR, ; HI I which It"filet 100 NWJ.YjOr8t : \

fisfr',artl'' bitlhr'! better. They Charles HIcks of Hampton out a7ld'. try''YOur luck are very full of bones the The Jackflilh can be' caught & !Fy! or SWt4 211. U 10, Contains: Cvrp .1 .e4 N' 01 Hw)' 100'' III' r
are7bbinq: caught In Santa 1'eLARWKingeley The Speee 'are still biting Is worth the j-J r4 Jl'o''EdwIQ/ 'Peek NE'A of 81r.14 .., fto, 8 U Its Cdntalber Cotb 131.11
along with his meat effort
son Randy and In many of the same ways as ]1042-\-1'11..1. Port of ; .. '
+ ot
"r Y rk "r. l
Hampton and daughter, Laura, were- fishing In Hampton Lake, and are being to get to it The Jackfish alias bus or either 1'Ish So the srext 'vii' of NW'4 N' o 1 419t3-1474 ,WS189 8' !4' 10. jI.uiittYcl( > ; J? 51.U

m lll'other! small lakes In our on the west shore ofthe: little caught much the same Chain Pickerel, alias Pike possesses time you catch a Jack, take'it HI r" ft'IhI Ilk U runt 03-84.23.\. .. all T It 80() 4 olllaino" Corp 42: -NW" n-t N1r.1f 7' "'al::'" :.n. "\,

aria Most of you probably lake Saturday ) way as In Santa Fe (ton min- all of the qualities de- > home clean it. slash It down T.. 1'4 .:...fof".... ..'. t.n. fie NE'4 .of NW\\ >ilJ Cont tie"'Co"lI113.21
reed aboUt aU of the bass nows]. Among those catching manded of fish Un-I.t: U & Wt.40 IIE n/w \. 31 8 U \
that caught thretz::6ilees gaudy I a game They 'the aide! t6 cut the b6nL s, and 5 ... t, f;; f'p..U, Eat
.r 1..1 H In Wood- { ;
hm been caughtln Kingsleyately caught the largest. 6zI I-if.111ch:: them m were Mr and Mrs, Lester may be caught using a variety fry It fu the Usual\ wa,.; YOU lawn. .' 81 II IS \\6 Coi\I.lne' Corp .39 420lW't! !' or NW\4\ tfaht.ile":' j' : ,

] on .the Bomber J bo.lts.Mbst. measured around.J&4 .Inthes;; Slade who caught 11 one of tackle ranging from a cane will find It Udoua. .1. Jl'o"t.'O\ 'ow.t '. Ex: a lOA Ex R/W' at 8 2J 80 ) Carp 21.11
: n' .. : 'I. Or.1,. a. Pow$U Eat
1937.-Wlo( sw'4 o ,'
last J'' s
ot them are fairly large Which was a nlc. ).iLCthd4fl) : re- day week: Pole to fly-fishing 4Jear The Right how the jacks are on HI"'; 0' HW'I* a II n 120 Container: Corp. 1I 1." 4ao"-s'; 1 or 'Jty a31 It Z' 'f talc'!' f ofltll 1.i61443N4

l Iri Size I. personal1y. have sent. -:: ::: FISH QAMPS I It you would Jack will bite a variety of baits the beds at the edge 6f the 19HW''. 07 NW'A :J II II '(0'' 4aratr141 C tIt.43 '&t f r.1 < } )

never ti8hed' In Kingsley or Griffin's Lodge, whlch: was like your fishing results In including live minnows crawfish grass spawning, where the base. IUtlOJ or 1Ut" J A or 81714 NNN. Jtt Lof ". iI" < ,',""I '/ 8W 14 !'EX of n"N'N"%. .. 33 8 n u 4 6titalnef'' t"i 17.294447w44

wRit a :Bomber 'bait but It accidentally misplaced on: the this column, call me at 4'75- worMS, artificial flies will be little ]later. RIt I lt: U' !Olltal1lei' Corp U4.tI +j': !' f! Eat

looks like r will have to try it. west\ shore In la&t-week's paper ':' 2171 and I will be glad toDI'lnt plugs and spoons When hook- IF 'M ,,1 ...... L. Ca P..II Eft.! % of" N1914. of. ,83' IS aD Cohtaotitdtti C9eb t9.flO
.. .. 194 -N% of N'W'1. "
"My' grandmother It. As YOU can set I am -- -- "' ..eil i
; Copeland, Is still located on the east .Cf Po I 37.1.8W.F .
Hly or NW\4\ or NE 4 e U UO Cohlaln.." Corp 10.7: 4Hl'h I vy 1.J.o .
Grandpa and I fished = much In need -t; more sources "" i 11'0/.. ... 0' 8;I'A, of
I Chitty $hore and reports::: that t t.hr.I NOTICE OF TAX 8'ALFJ .. 6' Powell Est., : IA hi NW 1 1Cor I'

nl the Il:mth' shore or Santa Specs are bting.too&-'Wed: : =: I of luform t1on. \ Notice lt! hereby liven that on the 1st day or April 19&8, 200"-N or SWl4 8. 6, 13. to 47' Fer'Contains._' a. Cnrp Powell< ; ,63.34. : Cho:'xx A .'::010'

Pe" Saturday morning and I nesday, Alan'anifloygjtdedboth The'only thing that I have OI6W'& of NE'4 A f.t r ," 174 Jl't .fJ! 4r 8W. r
: at Starke, ot Stat of Florida: ttix safe '
ca\i'giw \ County Bradford Sn'4:; "I' Sw'4 A \ '. .
four Specs and two and 1.0 ROY 111 If you are not fishing 8w74tNLY4i4 Ft.
boats got20 Specs "
certificates will he) sold, on the tollo'in described land 'to 8Wl1 1 Ex R/W t ;! !tt Cbntalner C: Corp 211.79
Jocks,,: r truly believe that Ifre each, Thursday, Roy and James any you don't know what Fop. L I,:Powell wilt661. I"t to, + '

had gotten out earlier we I Lazarus and friend of Jack you are missing Fishing Is one pay the amount due for, 1968 taxes herel set opposite thisame 2011-NE'" or NWN. ''I' 8 I>a. 40 COntatner'.Caro'. U.48 S' Pat y/By 140b61 .

would lave) caught more. As- sonvllle got (40) Specs, 4 Bass, of the most relaxing sports of together with all costs of such sale! and all adverUslni'. tll3t-E IIx: lOA In f.... 1.. 0 >'ionrell. if,B IDLY-, ,Ft. toas a 3! U Copt4lneTrCorp" .. ', 46,59

cording to Grlffln's Lodge the I and: 2 Jacks!. Friday, Roy all.Wendell Dcscrilltlflil Amount at NW Cor &: HF:1': ofNlr'4 4/4D-431ts ot 8WI or \ c F thl.fI, ,, l P'l'Y,118W ,

8pbcs have been biting early guided John and Harold Burton Moody and Mr NWI' of or NEy1 NW'/( orNW',4 % ; 'i, 5a 8 U 30 Coetdtnb! fft>ip<' 13.'l1

In me morning and late In the I and they Byrd or Jacksonvllle: got a of TaxeS 44 8W' Car .
ot Erlanger Ky; XfoHi of 'f4tr tr ? r,4.. ... .t'of .. ,
(I nice catch of land See Twp. Rl'e vie Owner> Mid Costs NW'NE'A: or 8F'4 &
evening: Many of the people caught 42 Specs on the bt'd. Spec here In : ruin B., ass Ft. N
8W'" Ex 2A In 8COI' \\\
we saw cat.cohlng fish were Alan guided Ml'. and Mrs. Santa Fe last Thurllday. & EC Jltvr 308 FtaW 463 t''t '
lexn -
64-NEi4 or NE' S G3S ; 8 U Contalnev
ea.fchJrur Jacua, most of them I GllIsple of El'langer and they A FlSII TALE W t 8 20 40 'ontalner Cord 911.44 Frontage on A Side. PQB 33 t Cotp 1.ts

MklaU'' In's1ze, Aa you will read got 19 Specs In 20 minutes Fl'ed'' Johnson and Flank 112-W'i or 8E%. 18. 20 80 Container Corp 61.89 of Hwy 18 4.A &. 4&tIi-lEt,4: or RIC% For L U. Powell.
I 113-1.72.4 13 8 20 .480 Contaln..r Carp 372.71G1814 'A% of SF.\4:\ of8w14 04 8 23 h f Co.nhW.Jo Co
liter.; :they are on the beds that weighed 40 lbs, Saturday Ooolsby.of Starke were fishing or SF.'" 23 8 20 80 Conta.lller Corp 61.98 Ex: n/w 0 6 lIS 434 .ntraln..r Corp 310.9620fSNI1. lext Ry Ex 'I/W > .JUS
In Hampton Lake last week: 167-:1-4" : ew74 or 1"v' L C Powell NutN74 : 463Ih-W% or NWQ! Qr <>r 10., Powell. ENI' '!
and report a somewhat unus- RW'A U 8 tit .6211 Container t"orii :l.14.4 or SW'.4 & % of \ & "
.;,. 169-AIl 2G 8 20 140. Corp f2CU4 or 8W'" of88w U'IIo. or N16yN or
.":.,... ual catch. Fred was fishing 171-AIlExNW.o-r. Container t '" IIEI4.: or N.t:1i: 01 NF.4 ANK'4

'Z. with a Thlr.-Flnn Jure.An NW'4 28 81t 800 Container Corp. 407.00 % 18 140 Contalner; (Corp 8S.U 0' NR" of8Wi4
178-SW\4\ or Sw'4 A For L O. Powell EC burrow .
., at once his rod bent W'A of A\4\ 21' 20 80 Con tallieI' CorO. 84.84 20G1-AII N'4' J1l ot J'ttt 46 Contalaat 41.80 Pit Eaaemont. 3 7 II 10 milalnep' Corp 18.03
down In the water, He quickly 20o-N1'I. of Late 4 6 6 31 6 20 130 Contan..r Corp 48.01 For L C" Powen Cofp For. 5..0 F0Ne11.
lSe' 212-1'1.40 of SI4! 33 6 20 80 Container Cllrp. I.03
Join Th W. i grabbed it '
frantically) JJ "
: '
2IR-AII 318 840 Conta.lne. C 1'P. 452.35 2103-"lont Port or 811. 4030.-W POO' or -
/ : Ran reeling It In. AU of the 21O-AII 36 8 2R 840 Contaln..r. Corp 40\l.4\ or SW'4 lying E OfRd N1774/ ef NW4". ,& N
tIme he was thinking "Boy 220-AII Ex: nn 1t/W t 7 20 97r. 'onlaln,1' Corp 1131\.117 200 W or Snlfly 406' of w. 751' beSFW :
1 Buyers .- Everybody'sSaving 2aa-AII Ex nR R/W 2 'I 10 840 Contalner< Corp. 422.22 H or Pur"I" of NW't4 :3 'I Ii 15.59 CoAtalJt' Corp, 18.11
I've really got me a Rood one, 22 EC NW'4 of Corp Farm Fence fJx: RW t d 22 a onlahl..io Cntrt: 1I.8R 4634-.W34 of N4W'% "f I ,
i", I've got ole Mose." After a I 7 to 800 Contalnp 422.82 For .. 0 PeweilltfW IaE11.7 Cor330 N7ft SA
At UR-SE3-4 or E4! .to 2107-1''] '" ql N/i/:% E' ; 4 \ \\'!14
couple of minutes of hard W'Io of SEW "EI1.or ill: N74 or NW'4 11 23 120 Contalnk. Corp .1.24 fir NEWS: \ n.lnjJ )47r
fighting his line went slack. In AW'4' t 7 so 240 ContaIner Corp. 111,13 UOR-WI1. or E5y or' N & 1'1' nt 466
NASWORTHY'S4 80 words he explained 81H-N-4:! of E1{, Ex: r'A: &: 171,4 of Ft 1'J W 3 7 It 10 Coatatda' .. many
nn &: Way N "t nR NW'A of NE'1774 '/. It I'o.1o.Ut, ;"W.lI E"l
:r to Frank that he had lost his Ex: 2-A In SW Cor 9 'I 20 449 Contalner< Corp. 83S.9I or WM, of 5157 'tS81fW" 0' N1'1tt' ; A .
J fish. He laid his rod down 3G6-N3-4 & .Mn% or SEN74&otsw.74: of 3I Y., u1 NWIt\<
& SW\4\ of ur '
RW',1 NEi4 Ex Borrow Pit '
)loping that the fish would i IE4\ Ex RY 10 7 20 ON ContaIner Corp 8U.18 NE'4 It II 1160'ont4ln6r; (:o-rp 1211.82 Easement:: F.x 7.A In
t strike again. Sure enough it 300-AII I-x: : Ity 11 7 20 640 C"lalner, Corp. 45S.01 1'1' t.I\ Powell NW Cor of Nil, .or .

.i4l did, and It wall him and Fred. 182-AII:lO-AII:! Ax IoJx: 4A Ry In All 12 7 20 10lt Con laineI' Corp 733.03 UlS-W'" III' NW'A S4:\ of MW\4\ 1t'\ U 233 Container- Corp,. 18S.ea

Back and forth they went, ('Ill' or I4N% of I4W',4' 13 'I 20 ,018 Container C..rl 810.80 of 81oJ\4\ 1714 ofNE'4 f8St-N\4( \ 0' SW"4 101', ..1J ';C 1 ;l'o.-al1' Bet'o
7 :,
: ,\ Frpd would pun In a little 3011.-\11 J x: I'IW'4' '' orI : nr s\V'4' 11 1:0 :0 Container Corp. 1120{ SJIJ'A & ''I" In NW '
orI o-t NE'
NW'4" Ex 7414 "
; line and then his reel would I NW!. o-f 817 H. Ii 7 U 18onl..lne/ Co.p 2123E'f': NFJ'I ofNPti 1"1' .f Nf4, of
\ .' sing from the line being stripped I Nursery &04.14I ELy Df W'4ooffNW14 NWN 1.7 II' 13 e nat'er' Corll $U'i88..JIJ"
sPti \ &NE1 or r..o > QAowe115W14 J .
orf. Suddendy Frank 872-W'4' or NJIJ'A &. of W74 'or !." ? ;
) IIIH': II 8 n 140 Contalner Corp 100.86II23W' \ t 1 It Corp
t I l'H % of NW'4 to Cdgte/ner. "
tO\\ 10oke:1, behind them and saw Jl.31U9LW
: 4"T L 0 .
Powell PO'w611'
Ionlo or NW1,4 ofHI6'4 .
DUp { or NW'4' ro1.vC'. !
I ? ole MORe. Would you bellllve, & IP4 0' I4JI4' 1G 7 20 220 .eont..ln..r. Corp IG1.87 .a % or N1714 or II r
\ n/w 13 6 23 '
.. 40 Contalner Corp. 29.03:; ;t NWt,4
429-NW% of Nn'4'\ &. NNE
finallY NW
r flying 111' the air? They NrI; or NE'4, 22 7 30 60. Contaln..r. Co.p 61.80 2U&-.N3.4 J.Jx: N 4nA 17*: .71t In
&: Ex: IIN'A or
that seagull had Jor Its 14A HIG'
realized a 4:11.: ,1.774{ of wry{, & MIfo Ex RW'' of 14fl'
36 Months To i'ay dived down and got his Thln- 'W'A" or sw'4 or !''I FBI & Ex lOA In NW'Being Car 63.93':; 19 ur .
., Ill' NN't ..r '
n' Rm'.4
Finn. As all the big ones do, lit 1:14: NW\t.rRII,4\, 0' NW'4' & 8W Cur 13 8 U litO Conl..ln..r Corp 823,37 Nt04!:! 6 7 U It c..iU.ln.r Corp tt.81

COME SEE. YOU'LL BE he got away. But Fred was :, .W-4: .r XW4\ of'NIC'4 For I. 0 Powell, For 10, C owen
"" 1,x & ExIrslnare 1126-11IoJ% or NEi4 13 I U 40 Contilnr; Corp T.11
CONVINCE happy because he dldnt IlM"t': 23 7 20 290 Container Corp. IGI.17: For L C powell t7"S-Eo! his bait with him. You I may UR-NI1'' &. NfoH" ofNWN 1I2S--SWI( ot 88:'" 13 8 21 4'0 Conta.lner. Corp :8.t t Ie11 sm\ci\ orHW

We have one of he best TV Und this a little strange, but HW'All\, NIoJI4 That or 21311-NJIJ'A "A& NW\4 14/%\. of ot A W % H ot"r Sw4 Branch! of oJ.h. ,

Technicians i in this Section. It does happen. 1'0"1 nr NIl]'4 ofNIP4 NW4Ex104in1710Cor \ tllD". S of Brallo 6 7 U e5 COl'luwn... Cor'p4.17
4 1<> ,.. L C! Po..n tat ',
0 $
8W'4 ofHE14
P. S.-Fred tells me that the N IIf lid NM, or nt -8 IA of E774 ot ,

c. H N ASW OR THY s i'< Thin-Finn is also a good bait \NW'A or of NW',4 NW'4V'4 ofSw'4 & .f HE"&: 174 or of W'.4 8E'A A 8W14. cof SliP"I\ 7 12 I tontalDer Cb" '.6.r1
: "
.... .. For L U Powell
.C for Jackflsh ..Itw'A WN of NW'4 or
r 'J & ..0'HW4 24.7.29,,, ,8EN. of sWN: 11 'II 020 ("onIAln..r 14J.08 nh-p; or NW\4\ of '" .. .. ..
r FURNITURE & APPLrA T C "J'1 \ !'J1t It/W ; .;328Contalner JlQ Corp: ...89.8'96a For IJ 0 CCoorrti, NE4 '" NIfo of y174!:
o-f.NII".A' : 8W+( or
1 I ,.- .(0:0.10 or NW4'\ 213 -N'4 of N74 of NE'4! & R'IIo, orN'W4

".,., .. ... ,t'w NW'4 of NW'4 & r:7x: 61194 Wof \ of NW"' '' &
814 Ix R/W atI\ It 4n Conlala"r Corp 383.48 \d & W% ofsWN N % 4 .

!Q7 ,, .:,, N .c' .. 653-'j:!:! of I'fo"4 ofNW P1 or nit .' u 0 23 305 f'onta.I"4r. Corp :0.1I3!! SE' of, NFJ', of
% It 81.7'4'! ExR1V For 1.0 Powell t% A' wli'
I 33 8 21 10C"ntalnor:\ Corp 149.112 3151-1 Tract In NM I-Il'1't & 81114! of8W44 .

1p Imil Ir644--NIP4" or NW' & Cor of 817'4 ofsWN I 7 U 110 Con lain.." Co", IU.a
Sly' "r NW')0' Polng 6GO.Ft For 14 C powalt .1Jet. '
17 V. no FtN 47.7: --W'4 or NWI4!
NW % & inV'4'Jo.c by .
: S' "l1'>
or 34onN
N'4 of NICY1\ ut81V14 15 'U 9 Container Corp 11,43 'A
33 G 21 2211 'onlalner Corp tAl.11 For" L C Powell Bind: &. Ex ny I 7:13: It &%ntalner Corp n."
4711-1A In N I/na or ,. ..
SII Conthlner. Corp 8S.04 2161'-N4y of 8W34 Ot '? ?
5r,4 6 3-j! lOr NW'4 ::14:1: U Wl4 of NWN ofof '

Ant--Iity IIr 1I,4!!: orIn'I 897'Aof'HnNW'4': $ of IS 0 II 00 Container Corp 2'l.8 NM\4\ 10 o-t Ry &
No flue no chimney installs anywhere 4 JoJ of Ca fir \ 0" NWSiof lAn/ NW Cot of
11ft F.x: 4'A In NW 2172-NW\4. w"4y or N'WIt ofNBA
Cot' 36 6 U 78 Contalner Corp GI.13 .r.r A ,N'F7: % uu W of Ry "
614-N'4' N15'4' E of NWS4 aSW'4 N 6A .f WV4 or
for instant hot f. lUll NW'4 \ ,
water I ? fir 1 0 21 16 Cnnt"ln.r Corp NE'4 M SW'4 JilKJA
a 4:1.01: ofW 14 ..tW'Ar
617-N'4: or S\V'4 2 8 21 Sf Container Corp lit. SW Cat 9 f .
12 8 Conl..lner..rp 11,16
or 81014: 1 ofNw .
61:1-WIfo: of NW4!
? H'I.r' "r RW't' 3 8 U IGII C..nt.r, Corp: U7.U 1' & 8'.OLC Dl _. BorL; ?, 11 Powell
855. -NIHI ftr SI"4' &. i 1:!t 1'1of RR 18 II 21 132 Cnnta.iu14r, Corp. 101.8822581Y 4143-NW' or NW14 '

.. NW'4' ..f NW'4I< For" L a Powell To1C P:44 NEN: or .
i' ""', ! SI J'A of HE'4 4 0 21 2011 Conl"ln..r Corp 122.31\\ e17'4! 17 II II 111 Contalner" Corp 10.43! 10 Contalner Corp 58.li:
For L 0 Powell&W74
8G7-AII 6 1:1 84Q Contalne". Corp tl7.D8 ,For ;.1.. .0 ,iPowell? nS4W\4\ 0' N44
.: 6G 2294-RW' or 81'\\ : Of MWIt "
,,I ,.. F'4 ;:i'8Nf EJ'.4 6 8 21 281) ContaIner Corp 201.60AR9N74 Et Jt/w U a II 40 ConI4In. Corp 30.04 $14 o-t 8W74 & .814
or Ely{ of 1"01'" 'L C Powell o 83314 0 7 U 210 Container! Corp 11'.5.

.: ,' .. SLY HW 14 V. Ie NW14 or 7 8 2t 440 Conlaln..r CftP 119.46 2301-RW1"" 1011110 o? NW"of .NI % 19 8 sa UO Contal""r. Corp 91,6, .$ n9r.A.4. : :\ &t 1'J''o'' nf '. For" LC.. Powell C het

.. : 663-All II 8 U 840 Contatnnr Corp 381.28 8aoG-NW'4 of NW\4'\ 81774 8 of 8n .10GA 10 7 IS 25::; Conlaln..r. Corp.,,. Z3.e
6Ui-All 1'1x' E44 ofNIS sESW'4! & wiy of ,For IA 0 PowlIlI
& 11 i t3 'SO Contalner. Corp 118.8& 4197-41fW1'. or NC'4!: '
% Ix;: Fly ofNW'4 ..
of NF'4;' 9 6 II 640 Contnln" Corp 288.19 For L' C Powell .. Slil of Nto:14' of .
Os0-NWIt of 8E'4\ & n.07 U06--SE'4 of 1'I1'J'4' 18 II CO COIIt41n'er Corp Ex 10 1 It '140. "nl"llI..r I' Corp 1'SW04 .bl '
Container Corp 26.22
SW 4 nr 8WN 10 8 n SII or ., RJW,
2307-NE'4 NFJI4 1'1 .
895-NW or NEi4 13' It \\0 Container Corp 33.34 0' Rd Ex: R 100 to't For L a l'owel1 Ul3- W1,4 8W'4 .. .Fof: t4'p: ,Powell Dst
: nf AW'i of I.o .
ofWt417ofRd17xllwy .
\ SW.
Nfo4: It N'.(, nr SE14of Front..ge. to II 3f U Con111ner r..rp \ of Rof ''nxf R/W
NW'4' & nr .
L a Powell 15.0'1 1wy Frontage
HIC1t o-r NW\\4 &: roxlJ
d cit"t.IU"
j 10 7:13: Corp 6e'
Sty of 115'4 or 3aI0W" or RW\4\ 38 Cotitelnar r'orl4
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B\\4'*, &0': NW\4\ orNF.4 lY or ltd Jt/W 20 II It Fl>r.L. 0 Powell 48"83or SW44 11 7 413 Ho ''CIOietalujr; ; : l .OeA4421NW14
8W14 & .
: SW14 nf SA" & snrsJJ'4 a331-Wty of Nw44 or NW\4\ ,For L: ;G PowaU

of S1.7'4: NxAf : Ex About 1 %.\ InN 17*! Borrow Pit
i. : 1:111': of RP.1'4 ofNW'4 W Cor & 17x: 3\ Placement. 11 i IS .
40 Corlftlnnr
of nfl 225 II 8 II 124 Cunlslnrr Corp 811.011 '] & Corp 11.8
: 13:1-NI'J'A: : of !lWI4 14 8 U 40 Contalner Corp 31.43 I'IE'I Ifor tnFr..ot1 I It 40 Coltl..lner. Corp 1.712917NW'l 4991-91714 ot I torL,41 .o\Vell

f 731-AU Ex N104 or For L'a Powell E& 'lOA In Nr74 11 7 1:1: It COll/aln./ Corp 21.8PoeL '
.ayRr'MrP4r2 NIl]'4 tIS 8 II GOQ Container Corp 3U.3t of iNl'4 "
j 41D a L't?. ., : __ 738-AU Fx: S'4 ofSF14 NW3 W% & Few 416-All 12 1 It 140 Cbhtalnee C Powell Fat
1 8 or Hwy Ex: 2:1: 6 U 13 ontalMI'! Corp. 13.14 cbrp ,433.3
t.A 16 8 n 589 ContaIner Corp 370.19 'For" L a Puwellof U20..2AII Ex Pitt In" I '" ,
74o- v '" N3.4 or 2821r..:', .r SW4! .. IIw Col' 01 8W' or
1011. 11 8 S1 G80 Container Corp 010.at NIC'.4 & 8IoJ',4 IIr NW'.4 Cont 3-A 13' U
143-\11 Ex: 4A inNE4 NE'4 17 x 5.In SEtur .S3t-NW'" &. 1'1\4\ of 031. Conlalur, "/ Corp: 499.0
leaved to lo'la, A N'A!: or .I N74 of. SW16. It.7 II 110 Contalner Corp 123.6
83& Cont..ln..r Corp 401.24 NWt4 of 81D74: A'Wlil .
Based ur IS 0 II
Forestry< Pbt4.11Nu
ForL (1
7H-AU 19 8 21 640 Cunlalner. Corp 3d2.G3 or NI:14 of U3'-De<< 1iU.S': .E o ; '
817'4 21 U 7G ContAln..r Corp 95.39 > '
14:1-1": ';' of Nil: '( A: 6 Cor'of y74' oCOF.'o
NWI4 of :>OEJ'4 &. Foe 1. '0. Powell. : 'or NL 14 or
of NW'4 81: IHO-SWI/o$ of NEI! X11'4 Ren. n,. 8911., .
RE 4 30 8 11 360 Conlainer< Corp I S.21 Eli\ of 81'JI'' ofNEi4 .W 1818.7' tn JJ; Jtwp7t100 ;
74T..S'y'{ .pf NE'4. A: & 1e'Io or NICI4 8m On 1'1
W'y br NW4 'It or NWo 4. A: HY4of n/w' 14".3' to !8 ;. .
:otWI; of SW' &c NW% 11C 54 In8W Line 8"0 H, IC 4040',
c NWN' or NI,!4 & Cor & SE'/\ OfNWI4 1 04 degrees E' 926'N'74
))0:'. F.E lOA In degrees 517 441
Itil:'% 17'6\o'e'83314'\! '\ It 8 11 010 Contalner. Corp 121.11 NW Cor NJo( ofNI Io't to 17: line R..o 14.
: or NW'4 orW'4 N lU1', W 84901.8' tG
752-5'4 of HWIQ & ,
& W S PHi of ?4177*4or Hog 1I.1J: 7 13 UO.9i1 Container 113.8
'r."i' o-rot'H N Corr
StJI4 o-t .Rd & .
NW14 of FurL
f833-9.8U In .C Powe11 Let
JoJx: Frontage COI'
N1!: N br 'Rit II 8 .11 121 Conlaln..r Corp 3113 or Sh\4:\ If ; 1
160..NI': or rnpJ 11 twy to Powell Ie 8E" 14 7 13 10 Conla1nee Coiq e.1

W'a' of NIl] '4 Nc, 14 Par: 9fellO In 0" Bk iI' 4633.A-E6! or NE7L I '
2J: "U Contalner Corp 101.34
You can Instill! sn ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In any $11,5':! H or lid a Powell'3751S14 I 1774.oN17A! of

/ t convenient place and forget It... under the link-In a closet 1t4 of NWi! 03 8 It J98 Container; Corp 111.8918OrIoJ Foe'JL 87174 E!: of SR 100 'IS 7 u Coht4i'lI. '
( 6I-P t.
\ \" \ pr'l1fJI'i nr of
'r -anywhere, FLAM ELESS .so It needs 1"10 flue. Fully automatic ; ,0f.1'j. U 8 tl 10 Contalner Corp 8.U NFJ1 II: 515y4\! t>f 4639-St. ; iUiE'4. ::4.4. 'i "n d 1J:cgif flt or ce;rv; ll ib.1
Quiet Cleanest evor. Super-safe for precious peace of mind. nf N.t. Ex 8W'" of N8%, P.C: ..' 'F't
8.In NW fQ; Cheaper to buy, cheaper to use. And of course It gives you 1701--. '", ..or ,NOW \\ : All lH4 of NW'nf .iYof. Rd 2 .Ba-R/W! U 7 Contjlnk'r t 4c1'5!J .f,9
/ nr NWl4! &. NE\4\ 8 of Itd & .: J! .
iiI! the hot
water needs. No No '
: family waiting,
your fussing. s3'4 of (NI.7'4: 21 8 U 180 Conlal".1' Corp 78.10 NE'j or NW' & 4536=NW 7 of NW 74 19 f ,,38 40- FCootcLln:: 0 pelt
You Just take plenty of hot water for granted. Wlio or NW\II\ 1.x: : ; r, Co ".3
507.111 of NI'1'i & 10\ 'In 1 '\ II: 1548'.A-IPl4of;; N10'4 ,.. Fbr .4 0 1'0..111'.t.N .

; i', Sea your appliance dealer. plumbing or fllActrlcal contractor. WW. & W s4 offKl7"i W'iI or \81C4\ ofNw'1 '& .E14!: orNW" .
;;\ 1x81/W 21 8 It 291 Container Corp 83.09 &: 'V3.4 of of NE4!( t1 f II ,to Contalnlll' 45. '
1. RfI .p ofNil' 8W'4 N 0' ltd nit UU-IiI'Io ... .E% ofNWl4 .. .:..., Corp
n : ''i; 2S 8 11 20 Contalner I Curp 8.4- k 174! or J;!'I04!. 13x> It 8W74 23 T II 666 Contalner. .,
,. SI'NOJ' & Zq-4 ofW1 Corp ;
Frontage on Uwy to
J 4S--A1 : R/W. 7 21'
j :23 II 11 see/) Contalnrr Corp 170.11 Powell It 8 12 Uti 'onlaln" f7nrp 231.13 U 4-A 1. ,3 6 7.1 6411 8iO Contalner eorp 478.
1 818--: .A9 ::10 6 11 840 Container. Corp 3RI.71 '. ,. For L 0 Powell 4U W''o of ..NE14 Container Corp 411.Nt4 .
';' THERE'S NO MATCH FOR RII.\l1 tat 8 It 610 Contalner. Corp 41108 :t1U-S of 81714 U. .Sa .. d0 Container Corp 8R.2 > or IIn'% ExW : ..
!L fix; lI'', nf
815-N14i :
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.i(8 hf I\IW'4' & KW'4, k
tool 11
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cheaper : FJI4 "" %
....Graduate I to flameJess electric water IIVGUng.: Vy1y', or 814' &: 'V' o :3958-*%( o4 NW% For L 0 ow.II1'x { ./W'4/ & NWI4 af .
ot NW14 S of nt. :U 8 It 618 Conl.lrI,1' Corp 18GI3 : 5A In N'E CO" NWN n 'h ti0 CCllllalD6I' '
.' 95.101 A p.wia a tisar Oelelf 151-NW" or \B',4 & & Nw3 or 8WJ'EC ,. .. .Cory )t.01. '
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v'\. AC ;; 'i\\ of 10 1'0..11... Par .. R. 7felly;

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-_ STARKJIl FL KIDA, TIIURSDi\ MARCY 14. 1968 Section Twit Pare Three I

V : Keystone Hi/tes/, Drys Attack Validity Of Petitions For Funeral Mr. Services Cook I Hundreds Visit New Pineair Plant I r-< r--VVVVV. ....'.: = 'V-n-1I\.x-;.,\ -V-. -,' _I I f

I Of 'Lake Geneva :

Jease Phone fly in Regina Your Schuber Items 473-3067 Seeking Liquor Sale Vole In Clay Lake Raymond CUrtis Cook 51 of; During Open House FestivitiesI

Geneva died Saturday I ,
A petition seeking a refereridum I said since signatures would morning 1n' the Oainesvllle ALWAYS WEL-
WOMAN'S CLUB fine for overdues. Some of the on the legal sale oflInuoi' necessarilY be presented to the medical center after an extended -I COME" poultry And egg production.
The first robin reminds usit more recent HInes Tom Berllhs, marketing/ director -
additions filed .
are: was Monday with Commission. ; I
18 time to think of newpiing Viennese Nights.. I Boston the Clay County Commission, Harrison presented signed Mr: Cook was born on Sept. This Is the' unloue slim for the machine! division
Prominently d1slaved In front of
and summer clothes To Popsl : Triple Piano Concerto but Its validity also the validttv statements from about 75 pel' I, 1916 In-Newpol.t, Nebr. He I or Seymour 'P'oo"s Co.. Toueka,
ihelp yoU make selections and In C Major [Bach): Pop Goes of the countv's voter reIrIstratlon sons requesting that their was a retired automobile me- Pine AIr Fa1"lns' new eggnroressing KRn., cited 'Relote and RtA1'neS

to see what.s new In The The Trumpet [AI HlrtJ; TIle roll has been chal- name be removed from the chanIc, and member\ of Oa- : ( plant near Kevftnne for their vision and willingness -

World of Fashion, the Junior Duke at Tanlrlewood [Duke lenlled by opposing dry for'es. petitions andl' urged the board dara Baptist Church. Heights and the wel- to take a chance In erecting V V _

and Senior Woman's Clubs Ellington; All Alone [Andre TIle Green C'we SoringsJaycees. to refuse to accept the petitions Surviving aloe his wire, "ll'l\r1v"me note was! never more a plant that "Is a newronce'

are sponsoring a Spring Prevln, piano); Moody [DeUa repreSf"nted" bv at- until the entire matter, Dorothy Cook: one daughter de.nnstrated than It In egg processing
"sq' l"st FrIday and rarllitles."
l"ashlon Show. Reese); The Power and TIle tol'Jlev Ralph Thoml\S. of Or- Is Investigated. 'I Miss Sandra Cook: four sons nlp'hts. Monday

Circle March 22 on your Glory [Mahalia Jackson) ; He Anile Park, nresented the peUtlon !- The board finally turned James, .Al'lr, Ronnie, and An estlmlltP! 400 vlslt.nrsfl1pd Ire sail that the sanitatIonconenest

calendars I Lella's of Starke Leadeth Me [Pat Boone); out with 3.701 shmatul'es at the petitions over to ,the SuPervisor Johnny Cook all of Lake Oe- had been cl1rrlecil' out _
th..oup'' the I"
win present the show at the on A Hill [James Cleveland) : the rellUlar Commission meet- of Elections Sam neva; his mother, Mrs. Mary 1I'rldnv sontleMniRni every' detail at II'I'f'RI: A"dl-! J"tr ,
during finns .
MasonIc Hall on tills date at SongS of Inspiration [Fred Inll' Monday. Saunders certification as Cook Qf Boron, Calif.: two I hnt15p" ev""t for th. an "nnen ... enen.e.' wit.h stainlessfmIn.'vuont _
Public ofthe .pI
8 p, m. Donation will be $I Waring anlj'(' The Pennsylvanians brothers, Irving and Chuck .Pif tro1lllh'It. -
The board e'lltated to to the number or legal sign- '
ac- area. "nse attending' Pictured at opening eeremonlN at the new Plnealr 1
Aawth. making the Keystone ;
for adults and 50 cents for with glee club), cept the petitions when the attires and authorIzed the Cook both of Boron Ca1lf.: I ..
chlldren. hlv"h snnhlot.lcated, n1Ant. have no eouat In the egg pro'eNlilng plant Monday night are (from leftH
You will also fine and one sister. Mrs. Mary
a assortment fryS, reoresented byattorney hiring or additional help to .
st"t'p'lS steel m..chlnerv "" "nt.rv.M1' .
00p..tln' Gene Shaw G.
Keystone heights Mayor Raymond Sta
Many fashion shows neglect of folk musIc, childrens' James I-rarrlson. charged that count the names. Morrow, Bel1evlew. Nebr. 1 I !
the "half size" dress so pop.ular selections, and speaking the Jaycees had misrepresented The board Indicated that a Funeral services were held aJe' of" with a nrs"Istnn can. 'Rf>Iot... "'''0 Js mrrsnt"uidet pltmt owner. Alton Delete and Dr J. T. York,'prov

with many mature wom- records. Won't you stop In at facts! In a letter mailed to special meeting wlll be called at 2.p. m. Sunday, March 10...i pn PP'\S\ nrol'l""tng a 'III'P.f'Ic. 300.000 doz. n' .t),.. Ameil.'an the University of Florida College ot Agriculture.

en. ,Come see some of these your library and look them voters' several weeks alto. askIng to dispose of the matter after with Rev. Cluence Smith officiating. .' .Pn,1trv and ."''tl1"erv Pe'eration ,

sized clothes, whIch will be over? them to silln the petitions. an opinion Is received from Interment was In., Monday nl\'J1t.!\ the welcome 1'1 A Di.csi', as well aga ', .. V .. ; '"
Oadara wIth DeWitt.C. mAt WIII! out again when a ""'" '''''")1'. 'F'I' has t4fl.flhS.4lnvInq. V "VV", V ,
modeled! by club members. or GOLF NEWS Harrison saM the letter the state Attorney General as Cemetery a II V
course, Junior and Misses The regular monthly bUIIl- stated that all signatures to whether or not the allooA'ed Jones Funeral Home In 'Ar" 11'1'0110 of Florida noultr'mpn !''''''c. 1M ono or,j : VV V
sizes will charge of aTangements: q well a.s some from "1iich,, are ,ln'nt.d on the V ,
be shown
as always. ness meeting and luncheon of would be kept fecl.et: This was misleading letter would affect !I same I
This event 18 for the benefit the Keystone Heights Women'sGolf contrary to tact, the attorney the validity of the petitions ni nf Atfltl". enlovt'd a ch"ken K"vllt1" Jf..I"h fu'.i as the V
of the ScholarshIp Fund Association was held at Navy Doctors hnrhp""" ,S'ln"er At the IcewFrne new plant. 'Jt'1 has 1118 ownq.1 5'V'
See Golf h. r.Iuntrv Club 1'1. alan lns'eted .t.
YOU at the Show! the Club house Plnp
on Thursday,
JUNiOR Wo.'IAN'S CLUB March 7. Preceding the lunch- dy Kelley, daughter of Mr. Saturday was one of the most Have Office Hours end then vlsltptf the olant for AIr which eranlr.q out 50 tons '

The regular meeting of the eon the ladles enjoYed playing I and Ml.S. Bunyon Kelley, Jr.. beautiful days that we have At Keystone 'I Its nrrl"lal e"ieat1on.' "P" elvht.-hollr* day Just for V

Junior Woman's Club will be gol!, Billy Dents won low net I celebrated her third birthday had In a long time. It sure W Alton Belote or Jacksonville lila own birds.lIe ,

held Thursday evening. March and KatllY Redrern won low at the home or her grandparents was nice to open up the windows 'Dl'. Joe Rawlings' and Dr. owner of PIne lAIr Is also. oresldent or the Vj"V

H, at 7:30: In the conrerenoe putts In the 18 hole event. Mr. and Mrs. Bumonielley and let the house air Joseph A1'\go'\ stationed with Farms And O. Raymond Starflea. FlorIda }t"hl"rv and Bl.eed-, ''V

room or the Clay Electric Co- MarIe Wrinkle and Ann Hen- Sr. out. In fact, It was almost the Navy at Cecil Field, are designer of the era Association and Is on the

Op building. derson tied! for first low net The guests enjoyed hamburgers nice enough to go swimming. maintaining hours several 'I'Jromed the "Isltors 01ant.1 board ot the Florida Poultry) : ,

There will be an election of and Joan Wright won low and hot dogs Ice cream Thursday night we went to days a week In the office of I of their' oblecttve to build Producers ASIIoclatlon. i

officers for coming year,, putts In the nine hole gl'OUp. and cake were also sel"Ved. Gainesvllle and I registered' the late Dr. D. M. Chrlstoers something more than Just an Mr. Starnes Is currently :

HERE AND THERE The Ringer Tournament ended Guests besides the parents for the next quarter at Santa In Keystone Heights. egg procesulnll plant. Their serving as Mayor of Keystone

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kar- February 29 Fran Chesslnlr- anI:! grandparents were Cindy's Fe Jr. College. I will take a I The physicians are In Key- vOIII WAIl to erect a suner-Aan. HeIghts and was an executive

povltch of Jacksonville and ton and Mildred Sutton tied cousins Mary Beth, John course at night that will be stone on Tuesdays and Thursdays ''tarv "foo" pl"'l'sslnfl" plant. with the Coca-Cola Company''

Lake Brooklyn are entertainjng for first low net and Martha Steve, Dyl'ne SullIvan and given In Starke. I am taking i from 1 p. m. until closing Belote sRld-: one that would before moving to Florida several -

lrUests Mr and Mrs. E. Hayes won second low net.I Ml.a. Mary Lou Sulllvan. Composition. which Includes I and all day n saturday, from be a model of cleanliness and years ago. He Is respon. ', V MLStarnea

Keller Sr. of Worcester. Mass. 1 The rune hole Ringer Tournament Mr. and Mrs. William P. Journalism. While there, we i I 9 a m.Keystone. an asset to the flTea. sible for the ultra modern de.

Mrs. Kelley Is Mr. Icarpovitcli's resulted In a three-way Duncan, Jr. have enrolled had supper with my aunt and I Heights was without Rep. Gene Shaw praised the sign or the Pine Air plant, and Belnte present carton of egCOt to Sirs Euf;

sister. Mr. and Ml'S.1 I tie for first low net, the winners II their son. Cadet Anthony Lee 'uncle Mr. and Mrs. Roy the services or a resident plant as a "stainless steel which Iq said to be the only Shaw, wife 01 the State Representative. Each visitor. t'f

Kelley have spent the past were Peggy Fordyce. Duncan In Gordon's Military I Cl'enshaw and ramlly. Saturday physician rol1qwlng the death showcase," and sall: he was one or Its kind In the Inodus- 1Iant recelvod a girt o' l'l..t'alr 011 FrIday andnights.
months In HollVWood; Fla.I'I Fran Turknett and Helen College at Barnesvl1le. Oa. lIe night, my parents were of Dr. Chrlstoffel's In a plane proud to represent a district I try. egg l\loj,

and will spend some time in I 1 Wallace. The Jack Nicklaus had been attending Melrose I supper: guest or ChArles and,, crash several weeks ago. that now leads the state In

Keystone Heights before re- Team consisting of Vests \ High School where he was a Pat rardee. l1owarl and Polly

turning to their home In the Aiken. Sue Dwyer, Zee ToUes Junior. He would lIke to hear I Waite or Gainesville and Connie Garden Club
North. and Mlljred Sutton took first from his rrlends. HIs address Barnhill were also, guests I I Saturday evening, March\ 9, In possJible.LIITllimAN. slow, but they plan! to take --!
I delicious steak Of The Lakes the chapter' room of the Masonic her back home within the next
Their comment about Keystone place in the 18 hole team play. is Cadet Anthony Duncan P. and enjoyed a I ClltJRCIl CONCRETE PRODUI
I I two wf'eks. Mrs Jimmy Ritch'smother
"A lovely town that has 0 Box 58. Om.dons Military supper After they came home, Plans Temple. Pastor Robert C. Besalskl
In the nine hole event the I Clean-up !\frs. Shocking. Is expeeled !
everything" "JuUus Boros Team" won first I College. Bal'11esvllle Oa. we took off me to dainesvl1le. I The Installing Grand Matron announces the following change' home this week after a
and Grandmother Vorna Brico and her ot s'hedule( : Holy Communion INSIST ThAT ALL YcYVONCIITE
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeralof place after a sudden-death Mrs. Bertha Pierce of my parents Ml'S.' Roy Brldgcs. .ntl-Llt. assistants In the
Lake Brooklyn recently visIted play-oU with the "Dan Sykes Starke visited her aunt and to Williston. They planned to terbug Chairman of Garden Installed the following In :II will be celebrated on Sur-day. stay hospital PRODUct

Mr. and Mrs. RIchard Team," consisting or Peggy uncle. Mr and Mrs R. M. I go oystering Sunday but the Club of the Lakes announces impressive ceremonies: March 2-1. A Sunday School V Mrs. Fay Olson had the ARE TIlE "EST FlUX.
:but arrival of
longest stay, on '
Fisher of last week. weather changed their mind. Worthy Matron D. and Bible School was started .1'
Pensacola before l'e- Cason. Paddy
Fordyce, Dot Farris and Ann that the club will sponsor
extended ended going to Cedar ''Ollrle: Worthy Patron Hector on March 10 at 10:30: a.m. with her two' nieces one from WashIngton Edward' Btii1diSupply
turnIng home after a Henderson. Eight ladles attended MI' and M1'3 Fred JennIngs They up "Clean-up Day" on Saturday another' from
State and
South Florida yaction. I and Mrs. Lee Williams of Keys and' buying some. I spent L. Ownbey; Associate Matron Divine Service at 11:15.: There
the "Azalea Tourna-I I March 16 The Boy
Scouts. WisconsIn. she S1Qle to return Inc.'vze
blvo : (Ju- was
are chlldrens classes ;
I Pvt. James It Fox writeS ment" held In Palatka on I I Dundee were guests last week I the night with my aunt and under the direction of' Steve Grace Keeth; Associate Patron, nIor, 8-11 ) aud Primary to her mobile home Due ,
that he appreciates all tile let- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Slm'mons. uncle. Alfred and COl'Ine HudSon I Winton C. Keeth: Secretary, sears
.. Thursday March 7. VonciUe Moore, will pick up trash In ((3-7 years), and an. :Adult to the need for continuous care, 8. MatB-3'n-484
ten he has been receiving Whll hei i: tle groUp : and Otis Melton.'and. Ijate Beatrice fichroede.r: Treasurer V
Ketch wo low n t'and Vesta all are 8 or'Keystone lIelgl'lts. I Class which Includes"the post 'het.Iiieces .are arranging for
from friends In Keystone. He visited Manatee Springs and dinner with them after church Vera Ownbey; Conductreas GAlNESV1J.'LI1'r
Aiken low putts In championship The Scout bringing In the ccr.uclrmatlon youngsters. Any- her to returl with Alice to
reports a change In his address flight, and Fran Cheslng- Stephen Foster Memorial at Sunday most trash will receive an Jo Reed; Associate CoulductrellS I one wishing to rt'glater, may Wisconsin to live.Mrs. r
E. R. 14-983766 4tl1 Brigade White Ml'S. Charles MI' and Ml'S. David Reid Mattie Lee Kingsbury: '
ton took low net honors In award. see Vicar Wallace E. Mooney. Fern) 'Hucleert Is f'X-
1st Battalion Company her flight with Zee Tolles Severn of Ernporia Va. an.lved -I and children or Jaoksonv1lle The next meeting of the Chaplain Marshall,, Geraldine Koons Jackson Organist. .: 1'ERSONALSV pected to ret'd'lI soon to her
D, Frt. Polk La. 71459. Sunday for a few days visIt and Karen Reddish or Starke Dorothy : CIlEDULEF
Lake. Mrs.
winning low putts. and club will be held Thursday Irene Wl1l1am.s: Warder MI' and MI's. Arnold Larson home on Keystone
Edmund Dwyer 18 a patient ST. ANSE'S NEWS with the Simmons I spent Saturday with MI' March 21. at 1 p. m. at the Helen Kennedy; 'Sentinel, of Lake Geneva J left last Satur- Alma Frost dislocated her!' SERVICESPARK

a.tthe Oainesvllle Medical The Evening prayer services Mr. and Mrs. DavId Ross Mrs D. W. Carpenter Mrs. home or Mrs Don PangbornIn Gilbert Reed; Star PolL1ts day for a European vacation, shoulder but Is now back

Center. will continue to be read on have movel: Into their new I II Helen Walker was a weekend Keystone Heights. Adah, Geargla Murrhe.e; R ] stopping In London England home from the hospital. and

LIBRARY NEWS Thursday at 7:30.: And study I trailer next to Yeoman's Appliance guest or the Cal'penters. Sun- Lillian Norwood: Esther --I and in. Norway to visit rela- James Dyal, son.-in-Iaw of Mrs. the

Those who are not fully ac- of the new Communion Service I store. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs i Haynor: Martha Sarah tives. They le.ftby/ jet from Thomas Finley, Is also back of I
qualnted with the varIous seT- Recent guests of :'vIr.!' and L C. Nicholson and two ed from a vacation trip toP I home.
will also continue each Thursday I man; Electa, Marion Driscoll. New York City PALMSSUNDAYS
vices of the Keystone Heights foUowlngEvening prayer. Mrs. M. V Samson Included I grandchildren of Gainesville Las Vegas. I understand that
visited boat. Mr NIcholson they had a wonderful time The first regular chapter During February. KeystonBrs WhO
Library may be interested to The ReV' Gordon Bennett Mr. and Mrs. James Ogden or by NAMED TO \VIIO'S
and Melrose folks held sort of
meeting of the new will
the well Ohio and Is the Fire Chief In Gainesville. sightseeing visiting the casinOs year Keystone
from Tampa
know that aside Columbus ; Jack Jenkins,
of Jacksonville read the 9:30: house" at Bradford
be "open
he.\d\ at 8 p.m. Tuesday, 11 :00 AM 7:30: p.
I and< seeing shows. .
there ate Robert 15 out-
filled book shelves mass at St Anne's last Sun- and Ml' and Mrs. V March 10.COMMUNITY. County Hospital. MOAt of us lIelghts. was among
many records available for day. Plununer; also of Col mbus. Otis Browning Royce Wells Mr. and Mrs. Lateur and ; CIIVItCII are home now. and wish to standing students from Banta THuRSDAYS'

loan. These records are loaned ST WILLIAMS! NEWS The Plummers were former and Otis Simmons and Mar- Mr and Ml'P Forster of Ken. Circle 'owlll be held express our Itlr'lcere: thanks for Fe Junior College who were i '7:30 P.M ,

for a period or two weeks, and Bingo every Friday evenlnll. neighbors of the Samsons shall Simmons ot Plant City tucky are vlstlng Mr. and Mrs. on March meetings 18 with the following everything done for us while named to Who's Who among FUNDAMENTABIBI

the only charge Is tile regular Play begins promptly at 7:30: when they lIved In Columbus. are staying at Orlrrtns this W E. Kite Jr. They are retired meeting at 1::30 p.m.: McDoo. there. William Reynolds Sr. Students In American Junior I E TEACH
Recent weekend guests or week to do some flshlnll. Dr and are vacationing In Flor- These students were
The Ja.ckPOt Is waiting to be aId Circle at the home ot Mrs. and daughter, Jane are now Colleges.
won by some lucky player Mrs. Bernice Oano were her Poindexter anl': son or West Ida. Ruth Ohlson with Mrs. Marguerite back In their own home on. w.ILakeview I cited for the activities, academic AD S'r'i' Ices_ : Held In $

KEYSTONE LIONS lIOn and family Mr. and Mrs. VIrginia flew In Sunday forthree Pap Norswol'thy' attended a Grennon as co-hostess; Drive, with a nurse I achievement, and so-) New Bible

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. Those persons making eye- M M. Oano and daughters.Sherri days or rlshlng. three day Medical Convention NOlwood Circle at home of 1 and housekeeper, Mrs C J. operation with school ortll\lats. Cent1

wills recently Include C. W. and' Sally, or st. Aug.ustlne. Robert Kite will be coming In Jacksonville last week. Mrs William Schroeder with Tiliman IrI! whose home Mr.

Millican of Lake Geneva and home next weekend for spring Well because or the bad Mrs. E. F Allshouse as co-' Reynolds formerly resided, wall C. Jones Funeral Home
Duplicate Bridge vacation from Tennessee hospitalized at the same time
A. H. Laga&1e and Gene Dale weather last week, there was hostess; GroliCk Circle at home
Winners last week or the whel'e he Is In school. I'll bet ot Mrs. Janet Half as this reporter but Is home
Oarbett or Keystone Heights. hardly any news this week.If Haynor (
Money for the Sight Conser- Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club he will be glad to see the old this weather holds out Moon Lake) with Mrs. Mimi now. Mr. Tillman ha.s also been STARKE PHONE 964-6200

vation project was donated by were: Mrs. Loeb Duncan and Florida sunshine. this week, everyone should be Blakely as co-hostess; Lagas- under doctors care. Leamn! I
Miss Anna O. McCullough Mrs. Chester B HOl'n. and FrIends will regret to learn out enjoying It next weekend see Circle at home of Mrs. Ward's mother was also In the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.317

also of Keystone Heights. Roland Bryan and MI'S. J. of the death or Edward H. David Nelson. The 9ao: am. hospital. I
MELROSE and the news should Increase.So. .
What Is It all about--all this P. Vose tied for 1st: Mrs. Lewis or Jacksonville who until next week, here's Le- Morning Circle will meet at the George Mass/l.'s sister, Mrs. I Rental Services
talk of eye-w1lls. eye-bank.s, Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hillyer. spent much or his time at his home ot Mrs. E. A. Dempsey Low Tentrllla, wall stricken

etc? Oet In touch with Lion 31.d place: Mrs C. W. lake home. His funeral was.I. eon-I.EEOSS CORNER with Mrs. F. L. Stephec'' as shortly after she and her mother : hOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIR;

BUSINESS I, Ernest L. Jones, Sight Conservation Hardy and MrS. F. T. HogUe] held last TIlurliday. "Praise The Lord" co-hostess. Nightengale.s meet flew doNn from Philadelphia
Chairman for the Key- 4th place. Mr. and Mrs. E. W Revels Praise the Lord at 7:43: p.m. at the home of for a visit Her recovery Is. I CRUTCHESBest V
other Fried Chicken Dinner have some or their family visiting ., the chairman, Mrs. Wallenlus,
stone Lions Club-or any
All lands.
DIRECTORY I Lion. and receive free literature There will be a fried chicken them this week. Mrs. ye us with Mrs. P. A, White as co-
For giving minds.
LionJones' dinner Tuesjay March 19 Revel.s niece Mrs T W. Clark hostell8. Rebeccas meet at the
the subject.
on number Is at the Swan Lake Conference of Opellka. Ala.: her nephew, And givIng uS" hands home of Mrs. Myron PreV'I1-U
BEAUTY SHOP telephone Grounds. sponsored by the John B. Rozier of Jacksonville To do his work, Jr. with Mrs. Prevatt sr as

473-4780. Melrose men.s softball team.I I and' her sIster Mrs. S. C. Rosier Here on earth co-hostels. ,
V sale at or Waycross' Oa. To prepare Circle 5 has initiated a memorial Wa
Tickets now on
Phillips are I
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Mr and Mrs. John T Our birth. First Baptist Church Rev.
Mrs James Robbins was In new fund for the late Dr.
Rudolph.s Barber Shop and
have returned from Dale'ville. I Lawrence Carroll pastor, Sun-
I Praise the Lord.
Jacksonville Friday and Sat- Donald Christoffers to which A
SHOP a' from members or the team.
Ala. after spending For giving us health. day School 9:45: a. m. Wor-
friends and church members
to attend bridal show-
.j. EdIth JobneoR. OwPer..1 .. spendIng a week with their Price will\ be $1.25 for adults ers urday for her daughter JudY For giving us wisdom, may contribute. 1\lrs.\ Roy ship services, 11 a. m. and:
for children.
and .75
and her bus- $ Training Union!
granddaughter 7:30 m.
And giving us wealth. : p.
who will be married to Carl Turknett Is circle chairman.
A Creative band. the David Sunderlands. The purpose of the dinner Praise the Lord .6,::30 p. m. Nursery open for
Thomas In Ft. Lauderdale this Pastor Leon. F. Milner Is
Is to raise money to put UP conducting
Hjr 8tfn&! and their weel,-old baby, Arni! bless HL name. all services.
IJdTtdlMJ Beaatr; lOan Mark. Mrs Sunderland will be lights on the softball field and Friday. And he will bring Instruction classes as Bank
Charles you, follows March 26
JDv-117 Form of Beauty Culture remembered as Ml.i8 Joyce buy uniforms for the team. Dorothy. Sam and : Tuesda -CATIIOLICst. Way
Ormond Fortune and rame. after school for chil-
Open TuNSat.6 The ipenu will Include: Henry Butler of dIrectly Wll11am's Church-Sun-
ClOH l Monday : ,POWOII.yyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyyyyy fried chicken mashed potatoes Beach spent the du Sunday PraIse the Lord. dren 10. 11. and 12 years old day Mass, 9 a. m. Wednei&r

aM gravy. tossed salad green with Dorothy's mother, Mrs I And walk with Him. who wIsh to become members Mass and Novena. 7 p. m.COMMUNITY .

NURSERY beans hot "ol1s. tea and coffee .10 Strandberg.Mr. And your future of the church. Teenage youth, .- : ; CHURCH I

and dessert. Time or the and Mrs. Fred Abel or Will not grow dim. 6:30: p't. Sunday March 24, In Sunday School, 9:40: a. m'l
Praise the Lord. the annex bul1dlng. Those Interested What A Difference A
O.C. Carnea MELROSE dinner will be from 5::00 p. m. Melrose were Sunday nlllhtI Morning Worship. 11 a. tn.1
Nursery And do His WOI.ks.And may contact Rev. Mil-!
guests or Mr. and Mrs. at 11 o'clock service
I supper Nursery
until 7:30 rnyvvyyyyyyyyyyVYVY,
m-y 100 PlorIaoin -., By Joyce Rowe p. Fred Swea.rlngen Jr He will keep you from nor for further Intonnatlon. only. Rev Leon F. MUner,I, Low Cost Bank Loan Can
sa .....
81D of SrkI.rsr.Ty VY Mrs. Earl Voyle$ who Is the places Please phone In. your reset'Vatiofls pastor.

StOGJr TbouaaMaCf ,&AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA.4 : BuildIng Chairman for the Where danger lurks. for the annual Sliver I IEI'ISCOPAL Make! I

Plants Fruit TrM to There two birthday Keystone Heights Woman's He gave his life Tea on April 3 to Mrs. Myron -
dioo.s from. Nice Shade Tree.rerp.n.8 -. Club. told us that the Groundbreaking For our sins. Prevatt Jr., 3-3077, : Or Mrs. st. Anne's Church. Morning
>>. .. LandseapsPlant.a I parties last week 1n Melrose. Ceremony would be And that Is where, Prevatt sr., 3-4130. as soon as Prayer and Sermon, 1st, 3rd.! Whether you want to buy a Car, Boat, house)

All In oontaJne _' Miss Mary her Ellen seventh Duncan birthday (Lake __ta Fe) held Tuesday Mrs. Voyles will Our life begIns.So. and 4tl1 Sunday, 9:30: a. rn' Appliances. Do It the quick easy, economical j

Plant anytime. C&ni.l1i&s celebrated with at B71 MJchael D ChJttf be quite busy until the building PraIse the Lord Holy Eucharist and sermon, Come take advantage' of our Low Cost Loan
a.aaJeaa. Monday a party Ph. 473-2171: 2nd Sunday, 9:30: a. m. [Nursery -
Let V her home. She 18 the daughter Is rlnlshed'' Until you die. INCOME TAX Ice Details gladly given No Obligation. 1

va do, 70- laad.ospin of Mr. and Mrs. Leon .. ......AAA .&.&..Ii A Peggy Voyles has entered And someday you will be with open for all services)
Phone 839-165 the Miss Keystone Heights If im. RETURNSPrepared Dally offices of Morning and I

Duncan. Greetings, friends. TIlls Is contest to be held March 23rd. In the sweet bye and bve. Evening Prayer, 8 a. m. and 5p.
USED CARS The youngsters played gaines your pleased with the The Keystone Woman's Club Ill. Rev. William I. Jones,
Ice and weather'j I3 yWlI.
and had cream rolling\ reporter. I her.
Is sponsoring
Hanics Used Cars cake for refl.eshments.attending Included: you are all glad to see the Owen Bryant Is a pgtlent! In NEWS NOTES J. DER\JODY: Vicar-LVTIIERA.'l
Those change In the weather be- KEYSTONE STATE BAN
the Alachua Oent'ral.HO
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Carl Haglilund Leon Duncan. cause Recreation Center Divine Worship, 11 a.
so many or YOU were out m.1
TERMS Janet Steu. where he underwent surgery By Helen Ea'aaFSTfRS Sunday. Holy Communion,
Kevin Chlapplnl
working In the yards and fishbig. last Tuesday. Drop hIm a I Member .D.Ic. Keyatoae; HefKh
BUY -. S LL 11- TRADE art, Cheryl poppel1. Leslie The south Keystone Heights Sunday. Services held each '
kL'IYt4it 10Rwy. Smith Susan BapP. Robin j lake was covered shore with of the card to help speed his recovery -I Sunday at st. Anne', Ep1.s-1 I Y'our Friendly Dallk In Your FriendljCommunity.
100 a Mifre 8. stark.r I : : STRIostallatioft : Phone 473.4500() copal Church. Richard Meyer.mInister. "
Dougherty. aU day Saturday and many of We heard that Mr and Mrs. I ot officers for .

Sunday afternoon Miss\ Cm- them were catching ZISILja Laurel Bunco recently return. the ,yeai; 196H9 was heW I I j

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Station Two Pare Four nuiftrj. TKLKHPvn.- STARK) JI'J..oRID --

ryyyyyvvvyyyyyyyyyyy. Monday afternoon after Starke Tuesday morning. in' ; s1ee- Butler Monday to attefl4the vacation with Mr. and.. Mrs. .1.1 E. Call Street:MutlilH Htarke and Miriam Florida.L.

school. The members regret to learn'. :) (I funeral of Glenn C. Tye. i Mathla.Si.inh: ) >181.1: N. W, 14th Ave.,

All community residents as of the recent death of Jimmy 'Whftehead. who died In an Mr. and Mrs. Sefoa Howe of UalnfHvllle, Kla., ownerH.

well as members of Hope Cook's father and extend sin automobile accident Saturday., NewPort Richie were ''VIsitingMr. )Dnli'd, A.P this L'Hth I NOR day nt of HtarkenrudVnrd February JACKS'ONVILLE DIRECTORY

Church. are* peasedand] / cere sympathy\ to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Searle and her and ..Mra,,O. :I. Aritler\ on ... County. Florida. BUSINESS

I I V By Dorothy' Mills thankful for the wonderful Mrs. Cook in" their bereave-' mother. Mis Price Fisher, Sunday.Mr. 2-21! 4t 8-21

I1: zz.I'bone U3U18yyy.y. recovery of Rev. Merle Pack-: .Jllen t. I were in Gainesville last Tues aod Mra. Albert Sappen- 'In The C'lrc-iill fuiirt Fur nrnil-
who returned home last In VietNam day. 'j field 'were! Sunday visitors/ of .. '. FlorlilnIt I
;, .-- ham, Our men serving ; f nlmml> \uto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES PLUMBING SUPPLIES
-.yy. .
Mr and Mrs. George LaRuo In %
II \ 'ilefl'
and Mills and broth
after recent and Miss Lori
week surgery are in the thoughts .'011.0"111': ; iii
I::1 ;; Baptist Church; resumed his duties at the prayers of the community, I ers. Jason and Todd of Jacksonville Keystone Ucichta.Ji. ]I'OIl"'U.\lH Peter. D .lobnmm. and, I.tlly J.'
T'Codwm: of Gainesville
;:'O mday School. 10 a. m.; Wednesday evening ;Prayer and his many friends here I Beach. were Sunday: visited. hU' brother-in-law and .Iohn Kdwarrt: "on l, Prak hi* wife t-
M 1ni' Worship. 11 a. m.: Service. Those who were not I will be glad and thankful' to visitors, of their aunt.* MissDorothy sister Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice I'rak. his. wife; and Clyde B. Trading Post ,
Service'look Emmett Mills and! .Snndra R I Mlllor, his
'Training- Union, 8:30 p. m.: present at Prayer -learn Chat Akrldge -.! A2LAWTEY on Sunday. Miller Ilcfi-nilimtH, JacksonvilleVAMIIA I .-
wife '
I Evening Worship 7:15: p. m. forward to welcoming him at,' returned to his home Sunday .......yyyy.........' Vlnltlng the Truman Norman XOTICK OF !St'IT' The World's Finest In TRIUMPH Bathrooms; Sink, Cabinets! .\
i'I !Sr. anilBelma '
services. prolt *
Sunday after a year's duty there. TO Kdward ,
I wrtftiesday evening Prayer and best wishesof family] the first of the : L. Prak" hiM, wife : and 4 Wheel Drives 60Vc To G30re Soil Pipes., \\at..r.\ Flperf
Service begins at 7:30: p. m. The prayers I Community House week were.Mr. Norman's broth- {'lylt" U. Miller and! Sandra. 13.Miller Sold and Serviced by Sale Part ServlreIlsi'd Fittings Commodes"Lavatories
.wit } choir practice following the church are with Mrs.: Facilities for Softball bas- er-.n-law; and sister, Mr. and t I I hla wlr.hh'I H"8 tin- Roberta' Chevrolet Motorcycle* In Stork .

the"servlce. The Bible Club June Norman member who ketball rnd plngpong are Ml'''. John Aguiar of Jackson known Yon Are Hereby Notified thatan Green Core Springs, S033 4228 PhllllpIIwy U. S. I S "The Best for Leas'* ,"'

jjor4: rades 1 through 6. meets underwent surgery at Bradford ." I available and all community By En/.a Blaochard ville. action I to f,,'r<>.ci>f.e a mortKnir ) Jacksonville. 204-06110 Juckfton\IIIa' 359-7215 21
In of III1I Hwy i
Hospital the following I ; "propertyIn Top ,
County I residents:!! of all ages are Invited Mrs. Troy, Bennett ,of Mac- on FiorlinThe I
I nrndford County, ; ,
8 to participate In the recreation .... ......... clenny spent the weekend with North halt of Ixrta 17 Mlddleburg ,;
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which Is held her son and daughter-in-law, and Id of 111ncl 2 of R. N. Dowl- MOTORCYCLESHONDA Phone 289-5108:
i The WSCS met at the homeof Inu'H Add ition to the, Town of Parrish MotorsSALES I
SALE ON NURSERY Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett,
each Monday night at the ,. .5-
:Mrs. Ed 1 Durban on the eve ( I Starke and l> InK In NortheaKtquarter
Theressa community House and other relatives. fNFJ'i: :', ) of, SotithenHt .1:
of :March :5 with nine
STOCK NOW beginning: at 7 o'clock. I IPERSOs'ALs e.nt.11': ... George Roberts pres-presented Mrs. L. M. McClellan children and. quarter Township 8(Sl-3'4)South!Sec-tlon' Ranire 2"1*. *T1< PIANOSFor ..,.-
Reddish and
Mrs. :Maxie
: of recordIn 8KKVICBX_ _S._
the program followed by Krixt: HH aiimc nppenra
were In Raiford on Sun riper) Hook" F. Paire. 5D7 pnliHe .. PARTS I MOTORCYCLES
Recent guests of Mr. and
; 8 GAL. CANS 3' 4' the business session. The next day where they visited Mrs. record of Bradford County ALL. MODELS Musical AdviceC.
'Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan were meeting' will ,be on March 19. ; Florida! 1

: ZALEAS ea. $2.50 I Mrs; Belle Brown of Hampton Church Ac'lMtlcH. : Rosa Mr.Sftpp.and Mrs. Marvin- Futchof and han you been are required filed arralnat to- nerve you a, 32 Years An A Dealer MArchants Green Stamps CARTER NICE '.'

on Friday: their niece Grace Methodist: Sunday written defenaes Good Used Cars I I P.M.
TEXTRA Jacksonville were visitingMr. 'opy of your Always Open 8 A.M. -
LARGE 50 LB. CANS 3' 4' Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Hollywood School 9.45: : a.m., Worship 11 and Mrs. Robert MeClellan ''It Pierce'any Attorneys to 11..0.for Thomas Plaintiffs&: "21 Laura St. Jacksonville Tuea., Wed., Thars., FrL house 'iIlI11! ..

AZALEAS ea. $3.00 and Mrs. Arthur Milll- a.m.First on Saturday. who -ken and'daughter.. Captain Baptist: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sapp Tempt Avenue Starke' Florida Closed Sunday &: Monday .

GAL. CANS Slyvia Mllliken Porter over 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and and Leslie at Jacksonville Clerk and file of the tho, iLhnve-Htyled original" with Court the

AZALEAS 50c qt. can 75c 4 for $1 the weekend; and Mrs. Floyd 7:30: p.m., Training Union 6:30: spent Saturday with Mr. and on or before March 21, 19Afl BEAUTY ACADEMY MOTORS A CYCLES 1948 ; :

: Crosby Mrs. Wanda Crews p.m. Midweek services Wednesday Mrs. Arthur Pearce. otherwise a .judgment" may a.entenil 4919, Blandlnff Blvd. Chickering and Other .
against you for the re- .
CAL. CANSLIGUSTRUM and Mrs. Anna Ruth Johnsonand I 7:30: p.m. Andy Williamson of Mac- lief demanded< In the complaintor Jacl'ionvllle 771-8244 Name Brand Pianos;

I sons of Starke. on Mon I Church of God: Sunday cleony spent the weekend with petition. American KIMBALL "SWINQKR" t:
: ea. 75c School 10 a.m., Worship 11 WItness my hand and seal' ofBOH ,
day. Capt. Porter USAF Nurse
;. his. cousin, Joey Bennett. Court on Feb., 16, 1868. ORGANS
::GAL. CANS'VIRBINUM 1 Corps, who returned to the am. and 6:30: p.m., YP13 Wed-,, The J. C. Tye family. and (SEAL) Hairstyling MUSIC SHEET lUVSIC' :;
i nesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer servIces CHARLES A. DARBY
Sunday I
#.i U. S. in late January after a guest Ken Wilson were
ea 75c I year's duty In Viet Nam Is : Friday 7:30: p.m., visitors of :Mr. and ;Mrs. Clerk By: of Virginia the Circuit F. Darby Court Academy Roosevelt Mall

now stationed at the Army Highland Baptist: Sunday F. L. Roberts In Jacksonville.Mr. Deputy Clerk 1 Paulus Music Co. 2651 Park Jacksonville 888-8519
I School 9:45: a.m., Worship 11 Obed Pauley THOMAS: & PIERCE .
Force Base Hospital at Homestead .and Mrs. Attorneys at Law 81 W. MONROBJACKSONVILLE
THOUSANDS OF a.m. and 7:30: Choir, practice !
p.m. and Mrs. R. H. Futch spent 20B :North Temple Avenue Band &: String Instruments SEWING CENTER !
8:30: ( p.m. Prayer Services the wekend with S/Sgt Grady. Stnrke' Florida 82001 353-0391! ..'. ,

Quests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Wednesday( 7:30: p.m. in Attorneys) for Plaintiff* I.
PLANTS FOR, LANDSCAPING S. Sibley on Wednesday were Mrs. Kstel Moody honored Masel Pauley and family 2/22 4t S-14 Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers

Mr.-and Mrs. Carlos Young- tier son Bill with a ,''j>art on Augusta Ga. who r has !been IN run (-OI-\TV .iriKiK'H: ", School Supplles-IruJtruction H.&N.
blood of Williston. Visiting anniversary. C'OI l IIT IN .\M) I-'OII IIIIAIIrilllll RiversideHairstyling I
his elg-hth birthday
SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES .Mr and Mrs. Sibley this on duty In Vietnam. returned ('ut..V.< KMHIII) tflMO Roberts Recorders SEWING CENTER :I.
Twenty children helped home Monday night. He Is the I NO. l-14'll!'
week from Miami are her sis him celebrate. They enjoyed IN ni5: KSTATK: OP .
Carter. Music
of Mrs. Lois( LlbraryExp..rtRepair
ters, Mrs. H. E. Moorer and I romping in the yard. horse son TiOXAI.n. CIlIUSTOFFRri.S!' 1968 Singer
PLENTY OF NICE RED BUD AND DOG WOODS ., DeceanedN, Academy Department
Mrs. B. c. Powell. etc. The birthday cake
riding O'I'U'B TO
41 \V. Monroe St. Like New :
We apologize for our tardiness decorated< with a clown and THE RIGHT POINT for the I To all creditors and nil ,persons, 269;; PARK ST. :, '

in reporting that the candles, was presented ''and way you write. Come In I against having Raid claims' entitle.or dnmundH JACKSONVILLE.: 388-8537: Jacksonville 35.V8147 Console Model makes fancy de- i

$125s' $fi9. management and operation of served. with other refresh and select your favorite ESTER You and peru, of you orehereliy 3810 Beach Blvd. I signs, stitches monograms I

The Branding Iron restaurantin ments. ., ROOK fountain pen. n'it I fI'i l und<' required' ,totlr.sent Accredited Jacksonville 8K-.Sml! ( overcasts sews on buttons, I
:3 4 10' any clalmn and demands make button holes & blind
Starke ;;has been under the Mrs. Llnnie Gilchrlst of TELEGRAPH. which you or either of you Qualified Instructors : I
the week have aKalnit the estate. of Modern Styling stitches. No attachments ,
direction of Mr. and Mrs Felix Brunswick Ga. spent mny !MATERNITY WEAR "
Sullivan since January 29. with her sister, tJtra. Mae B. Xotli-r Of Appllpntlini For Tn* I IMJXAL) M. CIlltlSTOFFKrtS.County Monthly Classes Demonstrators $48 or $6 per _
SEE THESEBLOOMINGGRAFTED UvrtlBIT. dcceaaed late of Uradford I
Felix and Betty invite their Wells. lit I.Ill, .'. H. Florida, to the Hon. Theron" "\\'II ere tomorrows. stylists mo. Call Jax 771-1850
friends here to stop by whenIn Mr. and :Mrs. John :Morris of Notice IM Hereby a I von, that A. Yawn Jr. Countv Judge ofilratlford are trained"
AND ON OWN ROOT Hlnesville Oa. vliited her parents Mr Willie Bro-wn the holder of (County County C'o-urt- .f ..
Starke. I the following certificates hRs hotiRe In Stnrke, Bradford County -
Mrs. Denver Devrlck and I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest, flU-il Hnlil certificates for a tax Florlilfi. within six months p. WESTERN STORE '
CAMELLIAS Over 800 Varieties Brlnson In i and Lamar over the weekend doed to l>.. Issued thereonTh.> from the date of the first publication ELECTRIC MOTORS *r .,
Mrs. Homer were certificate numbers and years. of of this notice. -
and -
Gainesville shopping Wednes- Mrs./ Kenneth Terrell iNHiiance, the denrrlptlim' of the lOuell claim or demand nilixtbe :
son Kenny of Gainesville were and the names. in In writlnff and miiHt state
OVER 60 VARIETIES OF NICE day.Mr. visitors of her par whlt-h property.) it was asseanca. are aa the placeof residence and pontolfice Peavy Brothers LITTLE DUDE
and Mrs. L. A. Childs weekend addreHa, of the claimant .
"" !
ents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko ?t"flcftte Year of anil moat he sworn to by the Western Store
ROSES 5 Gal. Cans and son, of Fort Pierce, were and,other relatives. iHHuunce. ( 19118.l.rtptInn.No, 18?. claimant, hla agent or hla at- Electric Co.ELKCTRIC .

Sunday visitors:: of Mr. and I of Property No. torney. or It will become void "Jacksonville's" Most Complete "
Mrs| L. K. Childs. Visiting Mrs. H. H. Hamilton 41 IB. Lot 2 of 11L.K. 3 In Lincoln according to law. ; MOTORS Shop for Mother-to-Be "Where You'll Find Everything -
CITRUS TREESSee and :' last week were her brother, City. Km'h creditor shall deliveraiifflclent \ For the Horse :
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr., In which BBHeimea Ireno copies of bIn claim S "'am"
Percy III visited her parents! Arthur Bogue. of Rochester Kli-rnon i-t al. to enable the County Judge to Generators-Starters JUDY'S Enthusiast"Western
These Plants and Trees To Appreciate Quality in Florahome Sunday. N. Y., her brother and sister- All of mild property being In mall! one to. each personal rep- Alterations Clothing Leather-
and Mrs. Clare In the County ot: Bradford State: reHentativeDated
Sunday guests of Rev. and In-law Mr. ,. February 28, A.D. 1988.! ( goods! Saddles and Trailers
0. C. CARNES NURSERY Mrs. Merle Packham and fam- Sogue, of Penn Yam. N. Y., of Florida.rnlcHf, mii'h certlflcata x>r certlflcateii PATItU'IA. HAH11IS ClIItlSTOFFIOFIS Armature Rewinding MATERNALANE Charles & Sharon Patty iv,
I and her sister Mrs. FlorenceBower shall be redeemed, according and Tlll'3 I 13ARNKTTFIRST 4044 Lenox Ave. .
So. Kdeewood Ave.
ily were his sister Mrs. Margaret Pa. to law the property : < NATIONAL, HANK OF.IAIKSONVILM 1007 Park at 3 Points ,
and of Rlmesburg. 1. certificate or -:. Jacksonville IIR7-2i2A: I Jacksonville 384-121A
23 Miles East of Starke at FJ r home Prevatt of Starke deHcrlhert' In mirh Jacksonville ELI5-: 015 I
friend Kenn Aa Executors of the Last
and sold to the .
,Highway 100 = Mr and Mrs. John Carlson of John Tye of Souhem a CoUege at hlKhcHt c.iTtlfli'BH'B, lildiler< will at he the court 1iounrloor ......,.,,J4i.1AJ,*' MWLiUs..OFJrL:1ts. ,
Wilson, .
Moline HI. the first Mondnv m : : l 1)'ecnsei. ,
PHONE 659-2165; < on
Lakeland spent their spring I i which IN 2-29 4t 3-21
; Mrs. R M. Hersey, Jr. was Month of April 68.
: ,..
h. rluv of jVnrll. 19f1R.
_' '''Dated;'I'thin i -20th-\ day of Feb.ruiirv. -

v A. Darby t .
flerk of Clrrult Court of .
Rrifl\Y7. f Bradford County Florida. '
\ ri 3-7 4t 3-23:

,_ _
:>.dI... Of Apiilli-ntlon. For TnvDrril :' .

:.NcOI j 73 A "..... 1111.in. F.H.'
Notice In hereby given that
:Mr. Willie Brown the holder of
the following, rertlClcntea. Iii '
riled acid. certlflcaten. for a tax
tlOVII Ik4ALJQ deed to he iHsued thereon. The
d e. ''
certificate numbem. and 'yearsof
iHBuancitho I dmoHptlnn. of .
the property and the names $In
4 which It wan uHHBssoil are as
Cortlflcnte No. 51. Year of

lamiuncu IOCS.Penorlptlon .
of Property No.
1741. SWU: of N-K'i: of 8K" Ex II
1 A In ffi Cor. Sec. 2S-5-22. |
Name In which, a. eH"eil Robert -

I) AIL of said property Tielnu In WEST
toW I the County of Bradford,

CASII .uca ; I I 1- : j of J'nlean Florida." such/ certificate/ or Stot"j

k:1: : ; -a-at.3 : tlflcateH. nhall bn redeemed l f.
corrtlnu/ to law the property do-
p. ., acrllied, In tut1!! certificate or cash &
__________ rertlflcaten. will he. Mold l to the r carry ,;
_. __ ______ ; __ hlKhimt, 1 blililer nt the court liotucotl'ou' .' 4 SALE PRICE!
on the n ret. Jlanday ln I |I ,
Month of April. 11115, which IHI I LBUILDItJG I '
IMMID'ATB the lilt day of April, 1968. I L .
CONSJ&UGIIO.J c4p liutuil, this 2Uh( day of Feb:, $97 t.J

(4nrleu 1988.!):<: .; A. nrby MATERIALS I ( .

Bradford Clerk. of circuit County 34t Court Florida of 3-28 J I J )

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I _ti-'L New home costs have risen-steadily for the I 'sn'rtfr. INTMMTlOy' TO (;..In.III... :JKCIO: : V. \Vnlilu ItO< '
4W L------ _. AI'IM. lOut KH'TII'IOI NAMKNotice flu, .. aTll-iliMll: fREGUlAR
5, S 25 Prices will continue to up. IH l herebv given. that luck. nvinr, 1.1O: S. Kdicewooil*
past go
tOW, MONTHIT J i years. the undemlitned" I. under the pro- I'll C :iMN-4KVT.1: ': I -r j
s.A1M&Jt. .> Section 865.09. Florida JiikM, -.vine. 11 in: ham .. St. -
vlHlonil of
__ = N Now is the time to buy a new home. The longer you wait the Statute. IRflli. will regrlxter. with :nimi7lMiniiii.: N$7.49Full
f higher the cost will be. Take advantage of today's low prices the Clerk of the Circuit (Court :ii %.1. i8i.< 54.. flit-lira r
In and for Bradford! County Oriil-t." 122-1: : M.! Ornnua Aye*
/ and go ahead and buy that new home you've been wanting. Florida. upon. receipt of proof UII-71MIT\ \
of publication of this notice the Orlnmlo. JlnV.: Mlvhlxnn A" .,
I I .
'V 3W of Jimmy I'hun 2II-.MII:
., Moore'x fk'lltlmiK Sun name Sports. under which. I .'.",.....ulo. IIMI' I-;. flaunt St..
I'hnnv jmillMilTnnipn. "' :
I am en"'I1..1" In buslnewi at
'12 IHOItT YEAU'' fV1 ( 'J.'O' ./"='\ 210 W Call St., stance Florida. !115,1(1> %. nillh 54,. A241-TI81:
I'nln.I..h.. 4IU: Okrechobve -
: l..J\J: \ iJU !:ftS 1....::;;; 1J"JlJ P.J.imeri O. Dox T.70 Moore: Starke Parker, Fla., sole St., M. ltd.. I>h..Bi> IN:.THIII"

owner. 4. j1refiiiisbed GAR D BEN
Dated thla 29th day of February )I'
/ k:1x29Q: } AD. 1KBS at Starke, it
Uradford' County,' Florid, / i
.... 2-29 4t 3-21 I TOOLS

I I.C'1'IT.Ot.S
%OTJ1.1 OK ivrnvriox TO | f
TOP OOAHTY 'r3-:; -' If th.sliortag.ofaorfgag.mon.yhas ItFIiuwrIe: "'. NOIR'' Pa.nellng 7 i

MAICRIAIS tttS bean problem for you and it making you Not Ir* l I..* heruhy "given 1'1'0-1 O GARDEN HOE ......._.._: .$2.65) TO
put off building that new, home, stop by at the uI'rslgned tinder the t'x 8'
'h1 t Jim Walter has all vlalnna of Sfi-tlon\ ftKli.nf). Florida! I'anoN : GARDEN RAKE ..._...............$3.67- *
I. $* JinWaltersafesofuice. I Statute, 10(15! ( will renlnter with lull Iloom llrlfthi: ,
you'll need. Don't forget Prices are going th" Clerk nt the flreiilt Court "* : O LONG HANDLE SHOVEL.....$2.29
? I In anil for Urndford' Oounty.Florldn 20 Varied'** to Cfiaotf Froftf "
: : ,1 up. You can't afford to wait I : .I. upon receipt of proofof Matching Moulding* l. .. : O SHORT HANDLE SHOVEL ._$2.65 .*..

__ : ,",hll'allon ''if, thin notice the : COMPLETE SELECTION
-tltlmi'I ,. mime of l :1 re|
omen iOCAJiONXi in JHTtOUQWMO *&*&' 'Jfnff& '&$>* .FINISHED TO ALMOST ANY StAG Of "HuU-H ixnired, under In lnii lneHfl whlih nt I 245: en-WJIadlHon becerstorsIJehIgb! ... $ 3 15 !

INTERIOR COMP1CTIOH St., HtiirUiFlorida., XawanaRualle :II).."
: .InnirH' T. :Moore, Pucker S>t.,| THI..UU 4." .
1TREAT Coflag. LEISURE Cottag.Jacksonville 1' C). JInx 70. Wturke, Fin., sole :
Fla. own,*r. ( eb FALLS HAND TOOLS

32205 & 8u&diIoweCog& c Dated this 2!>th day of Fob.I;, Antique! I5 : : .\%TEEDf'ORLIFE
ol mary AD. IflrtS at !oI1""ke'l" -ti- 497"tGl''R. r
.. ,,3281 W. Beaver Uradford County d"it KlrcliWalnut
O. Box 6218 (Mail la th. noarett offica) 2-39 :.l-2lJ! :" ... : !Sl.IPJOINT :a
_ _
I would like la know mar*about your building Hammer. 82.19: PlIprs..79e 4

end financing plan. Ploaia ond mt a froacatalog. HKI.ISIKU",:o'rl'F1: OK FlfTiriOI'M IVTK1TIO\>.'TO MF : >0.220R 6"STAND\RD:

:EfET I am Inteujlod In a... Notice !III hereby given that II PII"T" $495 : ndSa".SJ.2S: wdrh'.r81.19

I [3 Horn* Q Cotlaga vliitnnM the underHlitnvil.of Section' under'8B5, .09.the Florida pros- Pecan 011 1'H..U.::111."' .. :-NO.(, :zOO; .." Phillips I

!statute"'! 1911 5. will re.rist.l'l : Hand IrllI..83,50: : Screwdriver.
O. Box 954 r. NAME with the Clerk of the Circuit
ADDRESSCITY County. In and for 'Hrmlc, nt 1 J

I Phone: 622-8118 ,4 Call, write or stop by today. _STATE_ County proof of Florida.piinllcutton ii' |>oJi of receipt thin notice of SATSF} >CTldNGUARaNtEEDIK' I ; Alt

I Tolophon*. tin' flctltloua nn in< of I ""
', Send coupon for complete information. rfyUlocal Jln County. "Stnn'' Hootery unrtor\ which we ,
M/jirop are riiKUKvd la ltusllleSIl& at 101

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THURSDAY. MARCH\ it, iocs -- -- 1I'ItA""" "" *>'I'NTT' TI'rf.'t1R"R1n''! rua.m. __ 11I..1'11.. .. ,."_. Tov"_ ..._ Pn"'l n."._! FIWtI.

There will be an Instructional Evening Service. 6 p. m. MADISON STREET

Colored Citizens basketball session for all 'he 2nd Quarterly Conference I BAPTIST CHURCH I
boys going out for Reno basketball will be held Friday
Schedule for the week:
NewsJ1CREATION team starting Monday, March 22 at,7:30: J p m. with
Aug. 5, The Little League Presiding Elder E. L. Richardson Sunday Sunday
Baseball will starv Monday, In charge. The chairmen 9:45: a. m. Morning ,

Apr. 29. All interested boys I of alt boards are asked to 11 a. m. Youth Choir I'l' Choii'I i
f The Reno NEWS are Invited to come, out for please be present and on time. 4:30: p. m. Youth, Choir !Id i I
f Recreation basketball practice.Mr. Mt.: Moriah Methodist per; 5:43.: Training'
team won Its second Jackson Is grateful to blur h'. Brfv. H. P. Hudson 6:15.: WMU Prayer

straight basketball championship all the boys foj, successful. pastofc-:, Sunday) School. 10 a. 7:15.: Evening Worship, ;

BJE by team defeating 7003.Anderson the tough basketball season. \. Tl'1'&'Revival: l meeting close:*! Wednesday .Prayer '4
ADULT EDUCATIONAll last Sunday with the North jug, 7:30: ( p. m. Church .

Recreation defeat- adults interested in' attending Worlda.(District rendering service Practice 8:30.Thursday: .,.......
ed the Boys Club of Gainesville classes are Invited to at 3 Sunbeams andGA' "'......
p-t! m. instead of 4 -
n'I. Rev. C. S.. Ferguson, former meet. 3:30: p. m.
Arthur Williams and Nathaniel -I Center for information. ...District Superintendent. BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH:, CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH '....... I

Jones made the All Contact the office nlg tlY. delivered the YOUTH CHOIR BOOKEDAT Schedule of services: Sunday I I I
message. Frank Sunday 10 Schedule Sunday School 19( a. m. .1
School a. m.; of services: Sunday I Sunday School
Tournament Team. Donnie I The purpose of the training, I J cjtsbh Joined the church. FIRST BAPTIST Morning Worship Service 11 School, 101 a.m. Worship. 11 School, 9:45: a. m MornIng Morning Worship, 11 a. m.and Morning Worship 11 IG.a.t..tn.i 4pDl,
Jackson. Clarence Williams. on post-hlgn..schoollevel J.sto ..QA-eater Bethlehem FreeWill The; Youth Choir of the Worship, 10:45: a. m. 7 Rev. '
Morris 4. ftu; Training Union. 6-30 a.m. and ,,7:30: p.m. Training: p. m-- .Leland A. Evening Worship S p. in.'
Aaron. and the rest of enable you to obtain employment Baptist First Baptist Church: Montgomery Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor.
the Reno Church. Rev. p. m.; Evening W rlll1lp, 7:30: Union. 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting' WedMMf|
team .
were outstand after completing high Mw1.1III' Ala. will be heard inconcert Evening Service. 7:45.: : Mid-
ing throughout I Kay pastor. Monday p. m. Stolte paator.KINGSLEY Thursday Visitation. 10 8 p. m. Sing 4>a/>,h.. Frlday-aw" 8
ment. the tourna school while to take related. / training nlgh.t., Choir No. 1 and Ushers at 7:30: p. m. Friday, Pi-ayer Meeting Wed., 1:30: Week Prayer Servto Wed- a. m. and 7 p. m, p. m. Rev. Harve Lane p4*
working. to '
or upgrade
I Board No. 2 will rehearse at I March 15. at the First Baptist O-.. A. LAKE nesday. 7:45: p. ra tor.
a. inl: Meeting.
Coach Jackson Is very pleas- I or to retrainfor. an occupation .'I. O" Church. The 30 voice choir :,
Tuesday night. Choirs: 7:30: p'D .;. Choir Rehearsal. BAPTIST. CHURCH NEW RIVER BAI'TISlSunday
ed with the progress the boys or study for a diploma No; l' md under the leadership of John SIO'RNIMI8SI0NAk :
Ushers Board .
Wha tever Wed... 7:30: p. in.; Brotherhood Sunday School 0:45: m.
have made this year. The Reno your purpose the I 2 will rehearse at 7:30.: Tuescay Condra, will present a program meeting, last Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST! CHURCH School.! 10 a. g*.
team finished the season with vocational-technical! and other' hlgh't. Choirs No.1 and 2'' of sacred music. A special (In eacu. month. Biy Monday David Training Union 6:15: p. m. 63.; W. Pratt St. Sundaiy I Morning Worship il a. m. Sunday School. 10 t'f(

20( wins and two losses._ centers are open for your rehearse at 5 p. m. Wednesday feature of the program Medeiros. pastor. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. services: Sunday School. 10a. i. Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening Mornlnn Worship, 11 : "

service. night Prayer Meeting. Thurs will be a handbell choir. Midweek' Prayer Service m. Preaching 11 a. m. Worship, 8 p. m. Tralnlrg Union 8:30: ,-,-IIII.

: STARKEBUSINESS CHURCH NEWS' chapel AMt day night Ladles Circle. Friday There Is no-charge and the Wednesday '1::30 p wi Oimo Training Union 5:45: p. m. Wednesday\ night ervlcl''!. Lvenlng Service. 7:30.: Prajet iflAn j l.
Church. .tReyv.L. .A, ..Sampson. ing. Dinners will be sold from attend. Members!! of the choir Latter-day Saints Allen Price, pastor. Everyone welcome .- Elder L. Parker PfMtor.CIU'RCIl p. m.-Rev. a. H. ButJ*
pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. 1416 East Call St.
.the church kitchen. Sunday will spend the night In StarkeIn ] I-1 Ml "i.fc.0\0L (..Arris'sSunday A. G. Flynn. pastor pastor. U
m. Morning, Sel'yJCft"at, 11.: Services: ;)
(chool, 930. OF CHRIStSunday S
Morning Worship
; homes of members of thel'Il'St
School Id a. m .
Choir Union 3.-j, at Lake Priesthood. 8:45 Sunday \10
.m : ;
at 11. Evening Service. Baptist Church before FIRST PRRSBYTRRIAASunday : : IIEILBRONN .
Morning Wtoihii 11 in
Butler St.James.,AME\ .ChwcJk Schocl 10:00: Sacrament : Bible Study 10 ,.J
DIRECTORY Rev. Levy (>Lennonpaster- 4:30.: ( Visitors always welcome. resuming their tour on Saturday 11:00.: Pre-ServloM. Booster Band School, 9:45: a. in.Morning a. rn.; M' rntrnf Worship and ScbMOl If::44 a. Jv; 1,

't Branch President Twin* People, and Pray** i Communion Service 1a.. m Morning Worwnlp, 11 ml to, '
1st 1ethodistReviI I. h l! : Bradford Gains Joan Hansen. 961-6278. Service!. 6 p. m. Bvenimt: Worship 11 a. m'l !Evening!: services 8:30.: Tralnlns Union 6:30: SJai.: .

WUTO SERVICE Shelter Space FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GODIOF' Worship. 7 *,. m. Midweek ,Youth Fellowship 6 p. Wednesday Worship service Training Umon 7:00: p.'m ,

hSfM-b rorlzed by three thugs playedby ST.RKRWest. aervtoe. Wednesday. 1:30 Choir Practice Wednesday.I Evening Eerv>>. 8:00.: tltQd.; r'
7 p. m. Minister jack P.
; Gilbert S. Brown : This Sunday For EmergenciesBradford Richard Creene Alan Arkin -' Weldon St. and Ral- m. E. R. Bowers D. D. P'I 8 p.m. beil. week Prayvr-Servtcei/' \
and Jack Weston. ford Road.. 'ev. Robert D. Burch.: 'I p. m. Wednee4ay. ..
_. !!
i County has made
Standard Oil Service Station Revival 'Serv ces will be held t good Her husband In the film.Eftem eundar School: 10:00: a. m. .
ATLAS I at the First Methodist Church I progress In providing. Zimballst Jr. is passeda 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; -
; shelter In event of an emer- 6:00: m. C. A. Service 7:00p.
TIKES a BATTERIES starting Sunday night Mardi doll containing smuggled p. : :
gency, according to Walter H.. .
Bodtfet, Ternm-Howl Service 11, through Friday night, heroin at an airport. The m. Services.
Phone .47OlI4e March 22. Murphey. coordinator of the. search for the doll touches off Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Mid Your Future
North Florida Civil Defense week Prayer Meeting. /nvestment\/n\
N. Tfvnpl Start CHURST'S !Rev. Donald K. Sumpter, D. an elaborate scheme of recovery .
Area with headquarters In L Pastor;. Rftv George Green.
D., from the First Methodist which gets Miss Hepburn
Church of South Miami. will Starke. alone and then forces her Into it.
bring the gospel messages in Crediting Frank Williams,. leading the criminals to AITflll' e It 011 f ffi
SHELL three services daily! : regular Bradford County civil Defense i. the doll. MORGAN ROAD CHAPELSunday
Service Station service at 10( a. m.; special Murphey said that:! Miss Hepburn wages a bat- -9:45: a. m. Sunday I

V youth service, 6:30: p. m., and I Williams had lined up shelter I tle of darkness with Alan Akin School. 11:00: a. m. Morning :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::.: .:.:::::::::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::
Goodyear'Tire Gas OI1 Lubrication& Bnttrarlee regular evening service at 7:30.: Prison areas at andi the' >the Starke Florida sewage State that can leave audience Worship 6:00: p. m: Training I. : f1;! 1Ijiji lii miiml! Wmii!11i1iili1f!! ;!!i !1 ii!! 111iliililiilr!! !!!!! ii :

'. The public is invited and breathless. Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening i1;:::ij1:;:;:;;::1 ;::::
ROAD SERVICE! disposal plant. and had assisted : ::::: ". :::i
Sol.and tOG i-: urged to attend. A nursery In Comedy fills the bill Friday I Worship. ( 'REMEMBER GRANDPA .WHEN
Starke having Civil Defense
1 e.e
will be provided for pre-school Wednesday 7:30: Prayer ft iiiM ff:
children. features added to plans forthe and Saturday March 15 and, Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- i ..................w.--.L:: )::ij
new courthouse. now on L 16. as Doris Day goes west In I niffht-7:00: p. m. Family S:i;:::: How Grandpa loves to hear that. young voice l t
"The Ballad of Josle" and

NEED READY CASH? I the Murphey drawing boards.said "Startingwith Buster Keaton wages "War I Night.EIIIEL. I' .it. ji!::1 lay those magic words that mean, "We had good ::111 I IuIv.

Italian Style." ::::::: .., :::; .
1965! no Bradford provisions County for shelterIn obtained -: I BAPTIST CHT/RCP : ..:;:::.:.::.::. times together I I appreciate all the wonderful! :: .. S

bl; Come See Us shelter space for 3.000 I Sunday School. 10 a. m I M........!.j11... things you did for ma when you were younger __ __ -,' I y ,, ::::i::: "a aI
persons in 1967. and will Increase Wor hlp, 11 a. m II IIM01'l11ng I '. & :;::
this space for 7.000 in BACKACHE&TFNtlON Evening Worship. 7:30!; p. m I M1i1 f: and able." Old folka love attention. They need( it. :::i

1968 and'' 11,000 in 1969." SECONDARY TO Prayer MeeMnz.'' 7:30: m
1" We make loan for p i i:[
deserve to have it. their 1
47 U S They They've spent lives ... 4
Wednesday. ,
worthwhile Williams has headquartersat KIDNEY IRRITATION -Rev, J., C. Hes ;
any purpose >.: :
Common : : : ::
Kidney Bladder Irrltatloni ters, pastor. ::
I t.I;' ltr: the the Pairgroundss dual purpose which buildingat also feel kaOlnd"na."lvo.rro. :: aM frequent women' i :_:::::: :aimm helping us, many times at the expense of their /s' .:::; ;

burning or Itchlnc urination" night' HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH owndeslresandplans. .i: o
provides some shelter space. and day..Secondarily: ,
$25to$600 you may b.csleep
: and have Headache. Backache (Elthway 100 at Thortma; :tM .
'' .and feel older, tired, deprened. ]n Sunday School 10 .. m. .:. God commands us in Leviticus 19::32: "Thou ,4's t
: : ..
DO YOU HAVE 'Wait Until Dark' urn cae.MTX uaualry brings :: ::
relaxing comfort by rurbinv Irrltnt- Morning Worship-11 a. m. .. C
i1ji: : :
rise the 'head and
ehalt honour
To Ing germs In sell urine Sal quickly':! Training tnlon-6:30 up /
k : -Too many paymentsto Set Electrify aalng. .paln.Uct_ .. ..CYSTEX.. at druBglnts.GLASS. .. : .p. m. .
I 'c e'
11f ]
ke'? I Florida Audiences .fui.Evening. -Worship -. 7:15: I ; the face of th# old man, and fear thy God. lain : 4 :\\1

,, -
Wednesday Nlgnt r"ayerservices I the Lord." ; i !
I -Too many bills to Walt Until Darit." designed l
I -c pay? to electrify audiences as. throe .Merle -Packham.- 7:30: p.pastor.m. Rev. NM :Honor. the older ones, too, by attending church !i 1 -P

I L'- -Tod twany taxe thugs terrify a young blind FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors :;:;::::,. 5 ( ;:::I ...
:;:: this week and taking them with
hbusewUe as they invade her :::; you. .. ::
L coming due home in search of a doll filled CHURCh ROATORAIN BAPTIST i: i:@ \\NT7ltl) :i I;'

with dope plays Sunday-Tues FOR EVERY PURPOSE STARKE :::::::::;::::::f:::::r.:::::::;::::::::::::?:::::::it : ':::::;:::: =; :: =

Let Us Help\With Your Money I day, March 17-19, at the Flor- !Sunday School 10 a.m. .:.::..:.:.:.:.::..:.:.:..:.:..:...::::::::.::..;.::..:.:.:.:.*...::..;.:.:.:.::.;..:.;:... 9.. :.;:.;.:.:.::..:.::.:. '__ .'.;.:.: !II
ida Theatre. SHEA'SGLASS Morning Worship, 11 a.m. t::::::::::::;+:::::::::::. : 1 :JI : ::::I
Problems I! !Audrey Hepburn, the most Training Union. 6 p.m. Evening i j %

loverly Eliza Doolittle of "My Worship 7 p.m. Prayer flllllilllllllllllllllllll'l' l \ I !I J

TOWN FINANCE CO. Fair Lady" fame, returns to CO. Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. |Ii >
Warner Bros-Seven Arts for a 372.4315 372-4351 I'' :::::::::::::::::::+:::::::. Ita. Own. k Mi.. iflMiiW""" t|...*y ,to\thbnrU P .:::; '11
226 N.' Temple Phone 964-7449 fantastic change of as I 1311 I N.W. 4th PloeGainatvlll NORTIISIDE BAPTIST! 'jii1mmt i :::iii?y tw irmrihif. \IN' ....,.....if Hh Inik ,,, :
pace :::::::...::.. _. ......... _. .,... .
she portrays the recently- Located on Bayim* '( :::::: ::::::::El lor .i of iu lor I.ir f.lrA ::-:
way [ISR 2251at Ralfort lltb.// iiiiii; ii1iiiWiiim; i: "Hnt"" .bn kr .ki... Ml I MlMw. WllhwtMik ____ '1 a'C
v blinded-.", housewife- who. .-is-ter- .. -, rSR 161. Service :.:.:.; ::::::*::::::::M ........ In\MM....d(W.,M!..- 1111 .;:: I
.Y T- yo---!! ; :: :
"L. ----- -Jif. T =
= S hool. .0 a m Sunday: I 11! !ifij! !!!!jt..! A ==:::.ii fn.dsis say sq.Skk If.us sill had.is.g. J'I' i!
Mirnlnn: Worship. 11 .
a inTraining 0....:.:.:.::.:..:.:.:.:.::..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..: tar UN "lnnKMly" '' ,sshli.... Dwihn, ivmAnn _ _ .:::..:,:
Union 6:30:: p. n' i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::p .Mid",.*..phil" of(ltw,*<4 ihouK.. luppoit" S :':
, AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Evening Service 7:30.: Mid ::;::::::;::::::;:::::;:::, ih.0.ntl.tffihl, .*..!!Hn mlfwt' of MmMM __________________________ ;::; I

Week: Prayer Service. Wediw. ::mHiii1:! ;:: i1iiiiiii: : : )4 ..1f" ... \\III J.mltr. I.,... .It's. ........ V 0Il / .;'0 .;i::

day 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Lawfcon. .:.'.:.:..::..::..:..::..:.:.::..::..::..:.::.:..:.:.:.:.:f ....,..........Id .....s.d. """' ,,... Ie 'j,. .,i.> :4, t .:...:.:
-- pastor. J::::::::::::::::..:::::::;:0'' Ownh k s.ss4h1ihdI.vie"' %"'.* 0 ,5 r '.5 .::::: i

''.:;.:::.::.::.::.::.;.::.::.:::.:.::.:;.:: 4 ....',If., J"olh, .*.ita\fii'\ Ih.hurt wliklit ), .:::
AUTO :: ..
SALES ELECTRIC MOTORS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment : :;: ::..:::::I .1 :: -
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH :::: ::::::::::: ::::::::g 01... alii .., II'"II' Ie ... .. iMMrt"' .::: S
BROOKER :i:1iiiiiiii:1ii::::::;:;:::: 50'. 1:1: :

ELECTRIC :::::::::::::::;::;:::::::::: ::\ ,_l ... BRASINGTONOADOXAO Cherry'sMont Hancock Office Sunday School. 10 a. m. ;;Q ::1 i

Morning Worship. H a. m. i jij! 'i'1 AJ.a.r.;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;; ;;;;;[11L.-, ,,____ : __ _;iJ '
Motor Co. '
; : : .. 1
Repair :: .... ... ... .... ...... .
:$5 .
Training Union ; *! .
-OLDSMOBILBno. : Mont Fashionable EquipmentSmithCoronaAuthorized 6:30: p. m. : : ::WK:5-5:: : ;:::; ;:::: : : ;:;::;:;::; :;:;::::;:;::::::::::;::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;: :;::;:; :::::::::::::;:.::::
Address For Ladle Evening Service ::30. Rev.

SALES ft SERVICE RepalrtngRewlndincNeW'Of GalnenvlUe InO. DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY!: Dealer Lacy Conway pastor. !I This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Poll w.

ing Civic-Minded
()IaryVlctol'TotaDlaAddlnl' Business Firms
Tina fMectlon of Used Cars !! Sunday Services: Sunday
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning<
Taken On Cadillac Trade 2816 N. W. 16th St. Two Stores Worship. 10:45: a. m. Evening FAULKNER Edwards STARKE BULDEkSSUPPLIES
7 W. University, Gainesville SAVE TIME: ssieoi. yew Grocery &
Gainesville Florida Service 6:30: p. m. Midweek SINCLAIR SERVICE
SOOt N.W. 13th. BU ,441 & Gainesville Mall I I requirement with ou first.ett Service. Wednesday 7:15: p.
Phone 372-831 II I 5 N. Mata St. 0aJvm. f Mkt. Inc.|
PHONE 878-5301 I I Phone S76-SS51 m.Charles Reess minister. U-HAUL RENTALS

Farm and Industrial MEN' WEAR I Truck Trailer Grocerfes-l\Ieat8-Feeds Featuring AM Hardware";!:
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I Complete Paint SappU.!

S Equipment ChURCH STARKE Gas &: Oil and Sporting hoods 'jwclDgjR
CRANELINPOUTMERCURY STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & GLASS Service schedule for the Complete Lubrication
Lenten season: Minor Tune-ops Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. : WITH US FIBS**
.. c
Santa Fe Tractor, Stanley Blacker Sport; Wednesday 7:30: p. m., 709 8. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 919 Washington St. 9642'70
Liddell Paint & Evening Prayer. i*
Authorized Sale A: Service Arrow DI...M Shirt* Sundays: Holy Communion -

2201 N. Main St., Gainesville Inc. .. Puritan Sweaters Glass Co. 1st and 8th, 11 a. m.; 3rd. 8 DOYLE CONNER fik : Lawson Meat Market:
Peters Jockrt
a. m. Morning Prayer and AND COLD STORAG*
Phone 372-4373 FORDFarm Ladles Sportswear Glasq. -Mirrors Sliding Door- Sermon 2nd. 3rd and 4th Insurance Agency ,

Tractors & ImplementsFord Two Store. Tub Encl..u..llllhoower. Door 11 a.in. OF STARKE, INC. We Swrlalli. bi Custom SlsajthIng. -

Crane ImportsVolvo Industrial Equipment Furniture Topn-Wfjidowa' S-A-V-E U.S. :301 NORTHPh. Cutting .k Wrapping-*
USED EQUIPMENT I 1 IS W. University, Gainesvilleand Windows-Awning* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH With Your Mutual Agent iTaparml For Deep Frees

MG Austin Henley Wallpaper Storefront STARKE 964-7600 '
SALES PART SERVICE fialnenvllle Mall Starke, Fla. PIIONR; 904-705 |
Sunday School 0:45: a. m.Morning 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369
806 E. University. Gainesville PICK UP & DELIVERY ,
i 119 N.W. Mxtmnth St. Worship, 11 a. m. -

Phone 372-4251: 4483 N.W. Sixth: Gainesville MOBILE HOMES .J GAINESVILLE!: 872-8101 sermon; "Parable of the VICKERY
__ Householder and the Vine-
Phone 376-2348 BRADFORD COUNTY I Ip
yard" Training Union. 8:15: p. flORIDA
I 52R S. Walnut St.
Beaity Academy MUSTANG SEWING MACHINES m. Evening Worship. 7:30: : Phone 961-6022 TELEGRAPH "
GARDEN SUPPLIES sermon: "There Is Death In \ EST

Mobile Homes Inc.Oalnen11le' The Pot." Complete Automotive
POWELL'S I National Sewing Monday -RA meeting. 3 p. REPAIRSFor I'hone 96 1-6303 OHTRdLsccAtfo'

Johnson& Faris, Inc. Discount Mobllo m. Youth Choir Practice, 7 p. .

Beauty AcademyLearn Home Bade! Lot. Machine Co., Inc. m. Every Need IJrinting-OCClce .
Complete Line of Purchase discount on entire Tuesday:! Sunbeams and Supplies:: .- .

a Profession In Your SF.EDSI'I..ANTSInsectlclde..Pet chain guarantee hugre savings. Dealer for Junior Choir. 3:30: p. m. Primary ALTERNATOR SERVICE .cc aI aI

SuppliesFERTILIZERS I NEW, MOON! CAPEULA Pfuff -New Home- NrlcnUood Choir 4 p. m.
Spare Tim Full or Part Time PACEMAKERUsed Used and Repoiisewied! Wednesday Family Night 539! E. Call St. Starke, 7ta.

DAY EVENING CLASSES Mobile Homes Low Models Covered Dish Supper and Charley E. Johns BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745 for FREE:
We Rent F.rtUl>ar Priced. With approved credit Sales-Repair All Make Sunday School Workers Meet- Inspections: & Estimate*
Low Tuition Term 224 N.W. 8th low' aa I10O down. Ing, fl p. m. Prayer Meetlnj

PHONE: s72-spreaden.//4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North! Budget Term*'AvaUabU 7 p. m. !Adult Choir Practice.. 131 .. Walnut Ph. 964-0070 Company hUrst Shell Servite
219 N.W. 10th Ave.Lne.yJ17itZ7Gl .
011 W. OaIDMYIDe
Gainesville. OalneavUla 87S-1S44 University 7:45.: I j GENERAL: INSURANCE 158 W. CALL ST.tarke. CARL HURST I
CALL, COLLECT 878-1355 Thursday Weekday Bible I fr.bodjr But Nobody' CDdeneOa
-.- _4__ -r;?. .... -=- .... .J.. ''Claw, I 10 Charley E. Joan Agency Ft., hwy. 301 & 100 Ph, 964M111
,. =. ,,;:f;:': j-=___- &- r """" =- : I W a m. Visitation: 71 .. Ph. 96 t. 8H! 004. S. Waloot. Btara.*. ,
tj Jin. '

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w 81't'tlmt Two Pare Six Bn\DFORn (,:()t1NTV TKLEOKAPll. STAKKR.!: FLORIDA TIlt'RSDAV.!' MARCH 14, 1968
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t i. ..

; HOOKER; fnrsairle: .

H Stoke .SAUFgr1LLL A E. 76'J A TON

&4 AAAA.AAAAAAAu..uwg By Joye I t?:: ?i. .: \

Mri;; and Mrs. Kenneth E. .I t-< ( ; .. .
Hagar i announces the mar-
of their daughter JacqiClne : ,''".. .
ri 4 rlagr. Hunter to Alvin Moore :-:7;: :: ; ,

BOn,'.of Mrs. Virginia Hodge of CIGARETTES I ,
jser Gainesville. The couple were .
I wit mqrrted, on March 1 and are

>tot* residing GREEN TWINS In Gainesville.HAVE BEFORE -TAX INCREASE EFFECTIVE APiliiL 1 W: <:

':Don and Doug Green two
"' yeah old twin, of Mr. and
Mrs1.' Stanley Green, celebrated NOW
their birthday Friday night
with a party at their house.

Several friends and.! relatives ..
were there and everbody had -

' Q':'lovely time. FOOD ..
'i ,far. and Mrs. Wilbur Gass STO.t" ,
of.Cherry Chose, Md., spent t
;I1 thtt'>eekend with Mr. and & Lf
3 Mrs. Ronald Bristol and famr. *

'; and Mrs. Joe Harley of ,,
c Orlando: 1 were visiting Mr: and I
'l\.tiit'\. t J. T. Bass and faml1yl1)st1weekend

.Mrs. Mae Mott was the
r dinner guest of her brother l
1'; and' sister-in-law, Mr. and o e .
: Ifif4. B.O. Crosby In Gainesville a a
Friday. j
"Mts. Beady Connerly of 1 ;1N f z
a ;: I J d
Hague was visiting Mrs. ry
Sowell Sunday.
AMrs.: Mattie Davis of Gra-
Hfttii 1 spent the weekend with d .- ._._. '
t MrS: Pearl Markey. On Sunday 1
.they attended church services .7, _
at the tattle Spring Bap-
tist'-1 Church In Worthington.
Also! attending church with c li '
tftem were Mrs. Brook Perry- "
rfm'ri, Mrs. Mary Green. Miss A 21.1CALGONITE DISHWASHtR. .' ((3-Hk! 19"-02.' Flo PILISBURYCAKE
:RUDY Stokes. Mrs. Alberta I SOUTHEIN .
Stokes and Mrs. Wilma Fipps. DETERGENT MIXES' .......3/I,
r'Mrs.: Beatrice Futch of FLOUR: 99
Safke! was the dinner guest _; .-. .fI.hB? BAG 39 . . . . '12"Roll ARROW

ft"Mrs.< Mae Mott Sunday. I 1.Ib. MUElLfRS ELBOW. 1-Lb Can ASTOR Limit 1 Coffee/ "of vour'choice with $5.0(7'order' ( ALUMINUM FOIL 2/49''.
"rMr.and Mrs. R. K. Bigham I
Wff'son and family Mr. and MAARONI..19: ASTOR : No 301 Con ASTOR
Mrss. Eric Bigham and Miss cOFFEE..38Jumbo
tfmla; Bigham of Caravallls. THRIFTY MAID FANCY LONG". GRAINC&ftrigD h FRUIT COCTAIL....41INo.
Oregon are spending several Roll SCOTT PAPER ; ,three''please. 2-Roll Pkg. SOFT-WEVE
Jn-rs! here visiting Mr. and FANCY RICE 3 :: 39 2*Con THRIFTY MAID

fairs.. Bill Bigham. Mr. and 'I :: YC PEACHES. 3/89 f
Mrs. Ted Bigham and Mr. andMrs .......
Stanley Green The R. K. I IBlfthams IUTTERi9"., .- .NoL303 Can THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNVTOMATOES.
: \ will be\ going to PEANUT Giant Size WHITE or BLUE Limit 1 Detergent of your choice

Australia) next week. I 1P Cos ALL FLAVORS .... /$1-
RGENT ....... .
Mrs. Robbie B. Bat- ARROW 39
mrn and daughter of Palatka CHEK3000HRIFTY DRINk 15/$1. i IMB IGallon
were visiting Mr. and;! Mrs. L. '
/ BLEACH Limit one with a $5.00 order. 1 Ie BEAN5.,6/I.
: Sunday.
Green and family AI

rfHighter.Mrs. Brenda Amy were Jones visiting and I I,i PORK ID& :BEANS I O .CLOROXBLEACH.ND 49 Chili l / -PI.HERSHEYSPIoieorAlmond> Candy<;

.I Mr'rgke>!'and Butler Mrs.and R. P.Mrs.Merritt Edna In !,,I -,,- . . 3/l.1 Bars*** .....1Q
Jones, of Marclenny, and Mrs. I t
Frnnces Moody of Glen St --
)Mary this weekend. 1 'l \ Brand USDA Choice Corn Fed BeEf;
Charles Kelly USN of Pen-, (
A USDA Choice. W D Brand Corn Fed Chuck.. Roast orv
sacola was visiting with his
tn ther. Mrs. Doris Kelly re- f : \ .
cently. r STEAK..594. ;
.lelye Douglas/ of Orlando, }
J 1{ spending this week with his 1 'Choice W-D Brand Corn Fed Round Bona ,
mother. Mrs. Iva Douglas. -
r ' Mis'' brother Wallie Crews In A . :

Melrose Wednesday W-D Brand Leon Boneless
"Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrell "
Was, visiting Mrs. Harrell's JJ P3fJ
mother Mrs. Juanita Andrewsin jP ::!1 'i$ EW- 2M-LB"S19Sit
( the hospital in Lake Butler { dr4i' 8:79 Cj .. . . . .-. P 1

Wednesday.! Mrs. Andrews has ::4: rr W-D Brand Beef Short .. USDA Choice. W-D Brand Corn
been/ a patient In the hospital '\ .. i
there for the past week but is fI..l.A 111. fIAmDJ

day.rT expected'. to come home Fri ) 4.9": / Ii .

trs. Doris Layfleld and W-D Brand Beef Platt W-D Brand GROUND Plus 1 100 Free Stomps

Mrs. Mary Simmons of Oaintsvflle .
were visiting their 5Tfe LB. BEE..5! LIS. $419
mother Mrs. Emma Mott Sun ;; . 67.1; ,1 PKG .J
:Ptdrs. and Mrs.X&erta .
Wilma Fipps '.
were visiting relatives : SUNNYIAND All MEAT SUNNYLAND BOB WHITESliced
In-Jacksonville Monday. .' ISC JiTS...:. ....239t8.or LONGMOR J ...*. 59 '. ... n '
-Mrs.\ Ernestine Dukes and BOPOEIsCS SI..e' 59'CHEESE '
IAgMn laCOI'1. 59
cWdren of Gainesville, were SUPERBRAND AMERICAeNRt1 D u LB tP.

wUltlng( her mother, Mrs. Ethel CREAM CHIESI...... .....3/l. SPREAD.J '79 loiN '
lorry: to hear that little DonOr W 01 RAFT INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED l 16oz CRACK IN'GOOD All FLAVORS PRESUCEOvHrjKi&SrK. a

en is having to wear a ; CHEESE FOOD........ .. 59* : Park ChOp 69I Cured iDams..l..98' ,!
'splint. Don broke a collar bone ..... .... .. /I. .. .lB ,

'Among those on our sick list
-''this week are Mrs. Doris Kelly I ...(Gallon FRESH CHILLtu I HORIDA PURE FIL MA

,'Stanley Green and family I OMNGE! JUICE....... .. 59, :
AO I L. Green. Rickey Mott and FRESH PRODUCE .. ....
'tHe Brinkley Tucker's baby l 1&.1 ASTOR (NEW lOW PRICE)
Wo is in the hospital; In Lake FBCS4 SWEET S Bl& j TAT POTATOES..39'Hal < !
City. Hope everyone is well 'J II
isban.i ,
.. '' [I
"Mr. and Mrs. Herman Un- FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT OR ;;, '. ICE tMSLK......................2/$1.
\jderhlll! and family of Starke L I. y ; o
'were the Sunday dinner guestof BAG '
-"Mr and Mrs. A. L. Mann."Also BASKET SALAD I + e 'CRUM P325.] ...............41.
visiting with the Mann's TOMATOES:> :> 10 01 FRESH FROZEN SLICED
tWls'! weekenj were Mr. and'TUS's. ; .:...............29 I
.rT. J. Mann of Galnes- WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA'FANCY GOLDEN S'U'(1I ERR;E: .... ........ 4/$1.
'vllle Mr. and Mrs. Marvin r '_ 1e lot TASTgO'SEAF33S2 "
\.faun of Lake Butler!! and Mrs APPLES..12/$1 @ : ,
.'false!: Griffin of Bell. JUMBO STALKS FRESH s I : STICKS......, ....3/l.
'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes .. e-ot HI.ACRES THE REAl THING' FLORID.
aid Miss Ruby Stokes weret4Wdinner CRISP CELER"Y..239MILD. ;
:; guests of Mr. and SWEET OM.t 5JG JUi.; ........,.....6/W '!l
'Stt/.:.5Joe) Vickery In High 't Polv Son FRENCH. FR'r.
jMrs.I Cptfnzs; Velita Saturday.Trump and fam- RUTABAGAS. -'.............. IB. 1 O R)t POTATOES........... sl:; 79C It

'I fly'of Gainesville were visiting, ._..................._....... .. ............................-- .-.................................................... ._... .............. ......... -.,
4 l':|,and Mrs. E. W. Hodges : EXTRA. =( --.I Ex..RAr.. :! E "1rR : :! E TtmA.

Etsctirday.of our Brooker boys :1 -S.f!?!? SH5IftMMpl? ::1 I I d?1. GREEN tMlt hi.lMI STAMPS AM*tm M.M W ::1 du:t..GRCEN STAMPS : ';GREEN! "i STAMPS. ;I JtH...GJt!EN STAMPS wNww rI : 10-oz. rfcq. ASTOR or LISJY'S GREEN :BEANS

ii a$ steers entered in Livestock ::I'((1' #2.. TWO FLA OW. CM ::1 .s ONe .-u.CAMMOMMCI. :::1 i I 1F4 ONC pica.Anna i. ,. ONe ..... ft I-LB. .ma.W.O .,. 10-ox.: Pkg." AS1'OR BA3Y LIMAS or FCRDKOOXS: :
$how Jr)'Gainesville Thursday. R. A D>0 CUT UP OK d CIMCLC S .OUTMCRM CtLLt ,f BNANO LISPS 10-os.: Pkg. CUT CORN, CHOED; BROCCOLI '.
; .
0._ ant Gary Melvin sons oft7'.9ad ::1 whole, fresh Fryers :I" .4{ Conned Ham:1: Whito Acre Peas 1 : ,SI.lmpburg... Ground Beef :
Cecil 1'I aOOD THNU. ..UAIVCH.. 17 :i .sea TMI.U MARCH. 17:1:I 0000 THItU MARCH 17 .000. TH"U L4AN 17 ::11 'OOO.. TMIU.._MAMCH..... 17 : 10-oz. ASTOR: MIXED VEGETABLES or CAULIFI "''WZ1L ::;
Mrs. Melvin ....;,..... ::tn: 1- M.!tSTAMPS "'M'."__." ''I .. ................. 'l ... _.._ ..,.. ..-.-... .u. !
thane won a blue ribbon for L-- -- -- --- '
ta'ateer' and Gary a red one EXTR" : : u.iX.rR: .r--u. .X.TR1 EXTRA.] Ex.TRA. I ; ,

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for their steers but '000 THNU. MARCH. 17 : '000 THRU MARCH 17 :' ; .aa THRU MARCH 17 4'FK4: .COB TriMU MAHCH. 17 :1 '000 TMHU, MAKCM r7te. ? ;
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w-, F Plant Trees; and Jimson weed. onous products out of the may mistake them for a soft containers for pesticides-----, and.
New Officers Elected At Annual T't And finally, another 500 reach of children.He th-lnfc. And never refer to other chemical products la
I CarefullyFor poisonings were attributed to cautioned against storing faiedlclne as "candy" he said. often, the cause: of household II
Good StandTree "miscellaneous products," Pet- left-over chemical products In Failure to properly disposeof tragedy, Pettis warned.
11 Meeting Of Fair AssociationFrank tie stated. soda pop bottles because kids old medications and empty
D planting may look The safety leader explained
fairly simple .For the most the term "poisoning" doesn't I ,
Williams Bradford Economist Martha Sue Mc- I Y part It Is. But sometimes this mean that the individual died'
County Civil Defense DIrector I Cain as Secretary: and Starke t attitude can lead to slipshod although all of these poisonings You' Can i:
was elected: president of the I Postmaster Cliff Ha/en as planting and heavy initial ported did require some
Bradford County Fair Association Treasurer o* the association mortality poor growth and sort of hospital! tiealment The: Save AtnOCH's
at its annual meeting j Other Vice Presidents elect .... .- form. poisoning data is based on reports -'
on March 8 ed were: Bill Haas. Paul Hut- .xe'to Here are some tips from the from 33 hospitals that'
.v } Florida Agricultural' Extension have been designated as Poison -': : : .
Others elected to serve with chins E. M. Prevatt and Bob- "" .
Williams were: County Agent by Taylor. Directors elected .: Service that can mean the difference Control Centers around the IJ.
O. T, Huggins as Vlce-Piesi- were: Mrs. Ervin Andrews' i. between a good and state. Each of these hospitals; Always First In Quality
dent; County Extension Home Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse, Mrs. J. / poor stand. reports\! the number of poisonings I
M. Edwards Jr., Mrs. Joseph To keep the tree alive and to the Florida State -- -
.Qlssy. Mrs. Ruby Johns J. M. I, In good condition, make, sure Board of Health. I Close Out!
Edwards Jr.. Bill Forsythe, : the roots are kept moist. The most Important thing
Zedra W. Hamilton, W E. It. Thoroughly wet the packing patents! can do to prevent a I
Lawson Curtis Marlowe Lea- ; t. material In the bundle when poisoning accident is to keep Silver Service Tableware For 4
ton Morgan Jr., J. B. Norman, .% you .get the tree from the nur 'pesticides, medicines, cleaners -'
Bryant Reddish. .George Roberts '- ; sery. On the job, keep moist and other potentially polsFlliSC 21pc. Set Only $5.95
Art Schulz David Smith, I material In the planting traysto \ METHODIST C1IURCHSTARKK |
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Foster Shi Smith A. J. Thomas '- ; \ prevent the roots from dryIng I ELECTRIC CAN OPENERWith 1 1 r
Jr Ernest Trlest Tyler out. I II i
Winner and Florida Commissioner Make sure your Planting Sunday Church School Hot lie Opener
of Agriculture Doyle tel'hnlque-eltl1er hand or ma- 9:45: a.m.; Morning, Worship, 11, 1N
Ask Conner. chineprovides a space deep a.m.; Snack Supper for MYF, Big Value Only $7.88 1
6 p.m.; MYF meetings 6-SO: ,
Conner's home county Is and wide enough for the whole
p.m ; Evening Worship, 7:30: ; I
:Bradford, and he played an root system. Don't bend or fold
important role In helping roots Into a hole that's too p.m.Monday Methodist Men's''' ELECTRIC MIXER

Charley make the Bradford County shallow. Club 7:00: p.m.; MYF SiHb-dis-: Good .
Fair Grounds the complete Place the tree straight In the trlct, 7:30: p.m. I Buy $8.95
hole or trench. Never slant It
facility which Is among the
Tuesday church Member-I
.loins the finest in the State.J. forward, backward or to one ship Class, 3:30: p.m.
R. Wainwright was elect- } side. Plant the tree to a depth Wednesday Bible Study land I Duty Hand Massager
ed to fill the vacancy of trus- Just sllehtly deeper than It Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.I 'iCL lrl/
About this question: tee caused by the death of S. was In the nursery. Thursday Church Member- $12.50 up
E. Sparks last year. Make sure the roots are In ship Class 3:30: p.m.; Chancel
"An Independent local insurance I Peter J. Novak ExecutiveVice close contact with the soil Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. MELMAC DISH SETS
Cherk often to see that soil Is Friday Junior Choir Re-
agent is free to President of the Starke- w firmly romoacted around the 'tearsitl, 3:00:
pm I IC'mon
insure his client in which- Bradford County Chamber of tree post. Loose soil will dry (Place Setting For 8 ,
ever 'company he thinks Commerce, continues to serve out, cau. ins' the roots to dry
best he is not a captive the association as general '" ..n.., will settle leaving the up-'I in While They Last $1 ::95

gen( of one company. lie manager of the Fair set this rer roots exposed. and get acquainted with "

works for his client in fil year for March 2730. Winds Fell OakMute I Aspirin Overdose the guys with the red Close Out! ,

ing and helping: to collect tics! I
his claim. Is this 2 I Leading CauseOf I
why evidence' that Home of Starke'n old oak trees IUM-I! Sunbeam Automatic 1
out of 3 people buy insure to come down( IN thin. one on Monroe' !jgtrret.!, In buck of Doul- PoisoningFor / "' :
ance from an independent 7oto 9S ing's Fruit Stand, which fell in heavy wind. Turwduy. ELECTRIC PERCULATORReg. : :
local agent?" The big tree fell acroim the street and pulled down the third time In four ,
power linen. City crew. worked in the rain to have the current years, the number of poison- SQHAHZAM $28.95 NqW $6.95 ,
Charley E. Johns book on by night. Ings reported in Florida last BILE ,
tAgency Utility Supt. Oscar Davis points to the rotten core of year exceeded 6.000and over-I j'onu (Only 3 Left)
CMe6661I doses of aspirin are still theleading
the tree. J. D. Doyle, whole house.. would have been lilt by i I
131 S. Walnut St. the tree had It fallen the other way, mild the wind brokeup single cause of poison/ Teen-Age 12'" Modest

PHONE 964-5070 I the home of a family of opoHMiinu that hud lied! l In the ing.Other medications both internal -,, Sanitary Napkins 39c i if lOc
I hollow tree for years.' and external accounted, -
for 2,383 poisonings i or rough')' 'Ic
mmml l1'ttlD \\\' j\ft1\'t; (' mlim mmlmmmmmmmu ly one-third of all poisonings rl' 89c PRO
reported. When the 1,586 poisonings -,
ASK 'em to show
that resulted from you LOo
overdoses of aspirin are addedto the whopper 12 wide TOOTH BRUSH SALE
this figure, the total number -i -64 long: Featuring 3 Ic4c
WINKIER'S: \ of poisonings attributableto liR, l'/i' Haths Intro- 2 FOR 98c

.sI medications climbs to 3- duced in the ,Florida
969. This means that about 66 area thru the manufac- New Clairol Psssssst .
; per cent of some 6,035 poisonings -I turer for only
reported in 1967 were, Instant Shampoo 1.75 icm
due to various kinds of med'

Icatlons, says Safety Leader $4,995 Spray?:..7 Brush .- Go!
I Ray' Pettis of the- "';Florida '
Agricultural Extension Ser
vice. FREE G. E.
Your Prescription ne'I"iII d With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE.
Various kinds of household
chemicals got, the blame fora Fresh, Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered
total'''of 917 poisonings, or,I Automatic Washer with Pharmacist. At Koch's Your Health is Our Main Concern. May We
about 16 per cent of all cases every mobile home sold Fill. Your Next l'rer+cription?
Buy Now Before April 1 1st Tax Increase gSjr| reported.. Within this category,, during !March. Open, Daily S A. AI.\ 7 I P. M. Sunday 10 A. 1\(. 12 Noon
cleaning and polishing agents
accounted for 524 poisonings,' BONANZAMOBILE KOCH DRUG .STORE FREE, DELIVERY: .
I and accidental ingestions of HOMESOpen PHONE 961.6757 Cc
MAYTAG WASHERS & DRYERSBUY kerosene accounted for another I,
205 Pettis said. I Daily 9 am.8 p.m. "fcfc'
The third major cause of Sun. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. -
THE BEST .- BUY MAYTAG poisonings In Florida last year -
4131 N. W. 13th St.
was chemicals/ such as bug
BUY THE sprays weed killers and other Gainesville TerwillegarMtors
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NAME YOUR in this category accounted -I i
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I of all poisonings Pettis Dealer
said '
BUY MAYTAG I IEt Poisonous plants resulted In i HANK!\ Look FINANCING"Just For The
135 poisonings in Florida lost
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year. Among the dangerous
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'I sap"William Scogllins had the IBHS Th.intla P.KY 8439In Teachers
RECREATION I NEW/':$ lint hand for the auto dealers, .. -r-

hitting for 19 points. Gary

}Zasrd1on was also In double Go Back

: f1gurea Ofipin-was'.wlth high 11 points for Discount Lloyd .J9,6: 'Opener On New Track 7

r with 7.The .
By beating P. K. Yonse 84. yard low hurdles In 21.6 seconds was pleased with the team' To Work
other of the night
'League game Tel'wlllegar 39 last Tuesday, March 5. the and finished third In performance, saying that .It
saw ,
runner-up Tornado track squad not onlY I the 120-yard high hurdles He twin quite good for a starter,
Motors down Hurst '
won Its 8easoflopener but bad 14 points. and showed we have the potential All t7 Bradford Count
Shell. 38-29 behind the
.' 171 claimed victory In the ''Very AlI-.tate football lineman, for a real fine season" teachers who were off th
point shooting of Roger Kelly.
first meet to be held on the Andy Mayton bound for Loper was track mentor at job'for three weeks
Jim Nelson! high for Hurst
,T *! : with 9.Trophies. new Bradford' tllgh track. Oeor la Tech on a grid acholalahip Class AA Jacksonville Rlbault to classes Monda

4 were presented to The '68 season debut was showed flood early I the past four years. His tl'ams.( morning, March 11, 'Sup

the' highlighted by winning per- season form In wInning the the last 212 years were unde.featI'd.
champs, nmners-up and Tom Casey reported.
:. formances on the part of three! ,'dlscU1\8" throw with a toss or Last season Rlbault '
the Award
Sportsmanship 'Nothlng dramatic,
returning lettermen from' the 133 feet and the shot put with WAS champion of the Gateway w
4 ; went.to Billy Hug1ns.CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH! Mrs Guy Sale (left), president of the Senior Womirn aClub. I the'way Casey described Jt.
1967 district: championship a 39-11 effort to earn 10 Conference, the Group; and
:' 4 team. The trio, Bm Belote. points. District. alit! Mrs. V. S. Spongier, driae coordinator, are pictured The return was accomplish!
WINS CITY LEAGUE smoothly as anywhere Instate
L Pen! ,Gnann, and Andy May- The Blue Wave from GalncsvUle The Tornadoes were sl'he- at itrriciay night's kick-ott for the annual Girl Scout fundraising of not the u
: In games played Monday ;,more 80 slip
Starke Chryslel'- Plymouth ton accounted for 38% of %he : managed only three duled for a Florida Star Con- campaign. Intemtent Indicated. One Of U,

Tor"ado's 84 points, first places In the lop-sided ference trl-meet at Bolles with teachers
returning confirm,
_'i overpowered 61-15 to take Boatdraln the 1968 Baptist championship : Belote won the 100-yard trackfest.Ed Dupree took the Lake City yesterday [Wednes- Girl Scout Annual Fund Drive this saying 'there was "

I In the City League. dash with a .'repectible10.4 J1llJh hurdles in 15.5, Bob Ray- day] In a match postponed problem."

i The auto team finished the time the broad jump with a field won the high jump with Tuesday because of the rough Now Under Wcy In County The School Board was sch,

season with only one loss and leap of 19-3 and was second a leap of 5-5. and the Wave's wind storm. uled to have a work .se8a

with I In the pole vault. He also an. mile relay team clicked off a Friday, March 15, the BHS Wednesday afternoon aftel
Powder Puff 8 wins. Wayne MoLeod1
Champs and chored the winning BHS 880- 3:47.2: performance to take the sQuad will compete In the an- With three organizations co- and one Colored Troop. principals meeting which Calf,
I- 17 and Larry Thomas operating, the annual Girl The drIve kick-off was held
with 12 each, yard sprint medley relay team Bradford team. nual Fletcher Relay Carnli'.it saId was called "to figure II>
19118 chnmplonll of 1'0"111'1' Puff baHkl'U.all I lit nl isIc''K Steve Tilley Scout Fund Drive Is .beln//: conducted Monday night at the Woman'sClub
for a total of 15'/a points. Coach George Loper, -beginning at Jacksonville Beach best way to evaluate our pI
paced. the winners. Girl Scout Week, when. representatives ot
Denu'y Salon. Team mt'mlm. (front row) arts nobln Warren Gl'1ann captured the pole his first season at BHS during gram."
In the final game of the ',March 11-16. with the wrapupmeeting all groups met to coordinate
Diane !CO", ontl B. J. Varren' ; 'hack 1',1 Kathryn 1'Mk National vault with a 10-6 leap, the 180- ------- Only recommendation u
regular season set for Friday night plans for the one-week campaign. -
Carol Iarley Diane Thomas, 1'\1I1II'y nowlUlle, 8",1, Shuron pected t come up as a res
Guard rapped Jackson Builders at 7:30: In the Starke Woman' .
of the walkout was a mob,
II()"(11. 53-31 to finish as runner-up ship. Tornado Nine 6.y Funds raised In the drive are
lub.Three to grant the teachers perao4
_ -- ." ? t"q- with a 7-2 record. Koeh's was again led by organizations work- needed to help finance addi- leave without for the du

I Trophy presentations went Gray Flynn with 11 poInts Ing together In an effort to tional troops, provide training pay ....
'otf the jDb.
t # yFM \ .- to the following: League and 'was helped out !by Eddie reach the $1,000 goal are the for volunteer leaders, maintain they were retrOD'Ivly

ChampS, Starke Chrysler- Blalock with 6. George PreVatt Opens Saturday : Senior Woman.'s Club Junior Girl Snout camps and to provide This can be done

: Plymouth: League Runner''up: with 4. and Dale Johns with Woman's Club, and Beta Sigma professional staff' assistance \ according to latest we

National Guard; Sportsman- 3. Malachi' Henry of Carp'swas Phi sorority. Mrs. V J. Speng- to volunteers, and offices from the State Department:

; ship Award Donald Falcon: held to just 2 points In Tornado bueballers: will Temple, Greg Rlherd, ,I AI11! ler Is coordinator. for the Gateway thy: Scout Education, Supt.' Casey said

High Individual Scorer, Way- the first half, but added 12 open their 1968 season Saturday Brown are expected to b'llIter':. Bradford County has 130 Council In Jack"onvl11e. One of the teachers w

I ne McLeod. All League Team: In the second half for a total Marcli 16, at 2 p.m. inLake the 1968 diamond squad. girls enrolled In seven troops The cooperation of the public stayed away from her job I

I Butler with the Union Paul Including one Brownie Troop, win be appreciated reaching since resigned because It
I John Wl1l1ams. Wayne Mc- of 14. 'Brian Johns chipped l Wi McLeod, pltcher-ahort-

r i.I Leod. Steve T1l1ey. LarrY 7 to round out the scoring ;for County'TIgers. stop, Is only returnee ,W/th/ three Junior Troops( one Cadet the quota assigned to Bradford family moved to Jtckaonvll

') binas, Donald' Falcon. Carp's. I Freshman Johnnie Brown more than one letter anitllbl' Troop, one Senior Girls Troop, County. She Is Mrs. Julie Rasn'lussthird

ChURCh LEAGUE Final 1eague standings: ; will start' on the mound for own! three. The other 1G lef. grade teacher at'Haton

Koch's the Tornadoes and each of the termen are Wilbur Watrs, Gary Elementary:
TO ORGANIZE 1-3: Carp's 6-4: Andrews -
A meeting has been set for 5-4: Oem 2-7. four other pitchers, Larry Mer- Hamilton, Dan Griffis, Randy New Taxes Will Cost Average I

Monday, March 18, at 8 p. m.to JR. LOOP TIGHTENS cer, Paul McLeod, Bill Adams, Jones!!, Richard WII.lams) Larry { Recent. Births
and Mark Graudon, will throw Mercer\ von; Elder, :MIke Nor- I I J, ,
discuss the formation of a With just three games left
In an inning 01' tW( lit the opener man, Tommy Taney,-and MhrkCraudon. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy N
Church League Softball pro- the Jun101' Boys League, Person $150 More Per YarIt
Chuck Mason t
gram. All churches of Brad- the championship could IfO to Coach says. man at Wildwood announce
"We've had some real good Florida S t a l' Conference I birth of, a son,' James Are
surrounding of the
ford county and any three teams as
I praotlces and .the !boys are coaches decided to determine Newman Jr.. on :March
M area Interested In partlclpatlnlli. there Is only one game differ-' looking forward to starting the the looP Championship' the you're an average person, tax on that, add $6. ." Crandparents are :Mr 'and v
InvltPd to attend. ence between them. could Bottled which costs the
Florida's laws put ,
-U are season," the coach says. Mason basis! of 12 conference gamest new gas Roy Clemons of Starke I
GIRLS SOFTBALL In the game on Wednesday, salit. .hls squad has been hitting be played on a home-and- the bite on you for as much average user $11 to $13 a Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nawn

Men's League Champs I A meeting will be held MArch 6. the Celtics came up the ball well In practice and ,, home 'basis. as $150 a year In extra taxes. month, will go up another of Brooker.

Monday March 18, at 4 p. m. with a ,bIg- win.'SllDDlng ''by that his pitching staff Is comIng Next Tuesday, March 19, the The tax on cIgarettes goes $5.28 to $6.48 a year In taxes.A -

HM.81t'II'II: City I.t'nlt'll"' IaktbuJtvtiampIs MrkuChryskrI'IyrnGIith. In the Recreation Center to the Royals. 49-47. The game along fine. Tornadoes will play their first up seven cents a ,pack to 13 4 per cent sales tax also Mr. and Mrs Marvin

Team menh.rM 111'1'nrP:i"r, $ !'4Ut'nnll: form a. Girls Softball League.AU WM nip ano\l\ tuck until the The Tornadoes have 11 re- conference game In Lake City cents but vending machines will be collected on an:. fuels Moore of Starke announce

girls, 13 through high flnlll buzzer. turning lettermen from a at 3:30: p.m. Friday, March 22, will be set up to collect an ex- except gasoline. birth ot'a son, Martin 5on

Charl..11 howell; back row: Bob Martin' Uale roKI)3;,. Larry school, are urged to attend. David McRae was the hot young squad which last year they will meet Live Oak, another tra dime. One tiny ray of sunshine Is March '7 In Alachua C

Thomas, \\'ayno 1\lcLeocl, and steve TIlIe'y. : ,-'-,.. wi hope to slut playing as "ani for the Celtics as he posted a 5.10 won-lost record. conference toe, In their Operators of machines don't the fact that the sales tax on oral H08plta1. Maternalgr

.non All noaihle.GAYLE'S ""I'leeted 19 o1nts.. '-[)pan--.- Newcomers such as J. Roy first home game. That will be want to -fool with the pennies, other Items will go up only 1 parents are.\1r. and Mrs. J

FIRST ANNUAL CITY receive !to handic j j.of. 15 WiNS POWDER .1nhl1S and Jim Temple led Chasteen, Mercer Adams, J. S. i played under the lights; game- so a package In most cigar- per cent from 3 to 4. This Prevatt Jr.-'of Starka.

BASKETBALL TOURNEY points while the other Is con- rVFF (\IpIO\iSIIiP: ; the RoyaL with 19 and 17 Waters, Charles Smith, Jimmy time Js 7:30.: ette machines will cost 50 means the'tax on Items up to
The Starke Recreation Department sidered to be on an even, par ,
Salon won points CIIAI'EI
Beauty cents.Ifyou're
: avle's 25 cents will be, one cent: up MORGAN ROAD
has come) up with II with the men -
the Powder Puff Basketball I with a 2:08: clocking for second a two-a-day smoker to 50 cents, two cents: 50 to
new program Idea which Is The tourn, which will bea O.fa.la.Top Sunday-9:45: a. m. au y
Leakue Chemolonibto by 2 Prisoners place. Ocala won this even if; ou.don't.patron-: 75 cents, three cents, and 75
: hoped will prove successful single elimination event'wltha School. 11:00: a. In Moir g
downing Inn 33-32
the machines. smokes
Holiday Ize your
event also with a time of tents to $1, four cents.
and become an annual event- consolatIon game, will. be last Thursday. BHS Runners will cost $51.10 a year more Worship, 6:00: p. m.' Tra' g
I f a basketball tournament will played In the high school gym Face Murder 2:03.9.In: than before. The tax on automobiles will Union, 7:00: p. m.1 Eve g
The largest mltrldn In the the closest of meet,
race from the present 2 per i
RO up
combIne the Men's League starting Thursday, March. 14. Worship.
-: !lame wall lit halftIme whl'nGliy1e'li In Tri-Meet Bl'adford's Buddy Trawick was Incidentally, cigarettes will cent to 3 cent, but there
Pr r
And the Senior Boys League Therew1ll be J10 admis.on!! "argelore Wednesday :
enjoyed! a 14-9 l'ad. : I edlied Into third place In a"photofinish" carry a tax of 23 cents a, will be no sales tax on grocerIes Wed -
Invited 31'd
to a city-wide tourney fees and the public Is Services. lilt and
-.: The score WM 21-19 In favor Bradford HIgh's Tornado 880-yard run pack, 15 for the state and
!For many years.. the younger to <:.2lliW\.f'! \ yhat phou1iL.be In'' and medicines. nlR'ht-7:00: p. m. Pa I
of Gavle's at the end of three A 28-year-old State PrIson track squad placed..aec.cnd eight for the federal govemntnent -
= First, second and third place .
basketha1fTOURNEY ; ,.
group have wondered' how some interesting "'!lome- -" Night
I Dl'rlodll. Hollday Inn outscored inmate Henry Hull, was fOUnd'' a trl-meet Friday, 1Ift: finishers were all clocked at ;
they might fare against their ; SCIIEDULE
the winner In the second strangled' to death Monday, standing class AA Ocala 2:11.: The tax on beer goes up

RIders. and will finally have Thurs.. March 14- Staxke I haIr 23-19. but the 5 points March 11, In the East unit racked up 931J" points for theteam'vlctory. Other point-getters for BuS three cents a pint or for any INCOME TAXSERVICE
the to out.
opportunity find Chrysler vs Southern Discount Service
clinic. lesser amount. A couple con-
difference In the first half
were Ricky Prick who placed
Both leagues will have to 7 I
m. Jackson Builders 'VBTerwlllegar
p. with 47. and
was the winning factor. Charged with first degree BlIS followed third In the mile run [5:04.91: suming two six-packs a day
make some adjustments as 8 .
p. m. murder are two other Inmates, conference l"Ival Palatka was will pay about $22 a year In For Repairs
Diane Cox gain led Gayle'swith and Tex Patl'lck who gained I
the rules will be modified FI'I.. 'March 15 '_ Baldwin
Wayne Fulk, 24, and Elwood third with 39 extra tacea.The .
In third In the throw
somewhat. The boys have been Chevrolet vs" Boa tdraln 23 points, 17 coming a discus
Lamar Albright, 29. The two In their second outing of 1114-01. whisky tax of 25 cents LARGE OR SMAL
the second J1alf. Sharon SEE
.. playing regulation high school Church, 7 p. m. National
Coach GeorgeLoper's
Howell chipped In 8. Linda were arraigned Wednesday be- the season Coach Loper noted that he a bottle will boost that con-
basketball, while the men set- Guard vs Hurst 6hell.:8 'P. m.
tied for a slowed-down ver- Sat., March 1-Wiirieis' of Crews was high for Holiday fore County Judge T. A. splkemen was still moving Inexperienced siderably for the man who

with 15, while Carol Reddish Yawn. display strength In the hurdles boys around'' on the team to uses as much as three fifths Town Finance
slon. In this tourney, all games 1 and 2. 7 %,; m Win- (
had 9.KOCH'S. Both men requested a preliminary and field events. find the right combinations a week, by about $39 a year. C .
will the'slowdown I
ames be ners of games 3 ,and. 4, 8 p. double CO\U"ANY;
hearing and both Plenn On ann was a
WINS TITlE and added "theY're all workIng The Florida Power and
type, no fast break, etc., un-
til the final four minutes of m.Sun.. .:MarchlT-_. Losers of IN BANTAM LEAGUE signed affidavits of Insolvency. wInner for BuS-topping the hard, and making steady Light: Co. says Its average residential 226 N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964-5039
Judge Yawn appointed high hurdles'with a good early Loans Up 1'0 $600
each of the 20-mlnute halves games 5 al1d 6. 1 J P., m. 'Vln- 1n the play-oCf game Wednesday and improvement. bill is $150 a year.
Public Defender R. A. Green season! of time of :15.4,
One Important adjustment nets of games 5 'ana 6championshipi [ March 6. Koch's For the new four per cent j
:21.9.Andy : .
hurdles In
Jr. to the low :
both will have to make concerns .;Z30.": : : -, brugs squeezed out a.. 24-21 represent them. the dis- Six Girls I
'The weapon named In the am Mayton won *
the 30 second Ictory over Carp's. __
rule which BALDWIN'IIEVROLET { davit charging the pair with cus throw with a toss ot 133-1, ..... _- ow _, '" .
specifies! the offensive team IS SR. BOYS CH"I\IP Koch's jumped off to a 15- .
edged for Enter Beauty
murder Is an earphone cord. but was barely !
must get off a shot within 30 Baldwin t evroleh'ended a 3.halftime lead and the game FuJk was sentenced to five victory In the shot put by Ron
seconds after crossing the half I perfect 8-0'season by"downing looked like a runaway, but the
years In October, 1967 for Johnson of Palatka. Johnson'swinning Queen Contest -"
court line. This eliminates the SoutheriQievpunt 52-23 In tide changed In the second
41-3%, "N
assault with Intent to murder distance was .0 T ICE
freezing tactics which North the Senlor"1Joys bellgue last half as Cup's came surging In the and Mayton's second place
stabbing of Inmate.
Carolina State USed'' to upset Thursday.The back to outscore their opponents 41-7. Mrs. v. J. Spengler, contestants I .

an opponent last week. In the chad s jumped ort to a 18-9. But the first half put was second In committee chairman for ,

first roundJ' of the tourney. 24-9 halftime lead and Dis- I' score was the difference In 14 Forest Fires Bill Belote wltha placed of 19- the Starke WDman's Clulb' ,
broad jump leap
three of the boys teams will count just.couldn't. close 'the:, the game and the championjr Burn 200 Acres third sponsored Strawberry Queen
2Va.>> and finished place Beauty Pageant has annollnc-' SUBSGRIPTION RATES

In the pole vault at 108.Bradford's :
'. / ; t'd that Donna Pat ray, dlllUth'l .
-' WM a big week for the mile relay team : "
tel' of Mr. and Mrs. DOll Pat.
Florida Forest Service with 14 turned In a much Improved first
ray, of Starke, was the 1
forestfires and 201.1 acres time ot :44.6: against the entry for this year's pageant 'Due to increased postal rates, newsprint prices and

burned In Bradford County winning Ocala Wildcats 13:42.: to be held In conjunction with ,

I from March 4-10 41. Best previous time for the the 18th annual Bradford Coun.ty other, costs, subscription pdces of The Telegraph will

I There have been 70 fires In BHS team was 3:47.9.: Fair and Strawberry .Feat-! .. ." -, '

i the county since Jan. '1 this The sprint medley relay vat ", ; be adyancecl slightly-effectivMarch 15 jI9"68. Subscriptions -

I year compared to the same team also Improved greatly, Other S"tarke entries !are: I ,

__ I periOd last year and 1187.5 Ginger'! Baldwin, Beverly 1\1c.-,
acres burned compared to Cud- Rae, Della \Yllson.J3etty .Ann 1 may renewed at ,the1es! rate until

345.6 In the same period In I National Register, Doris Spengler, and I
that date.
I1J67. Collects Items Kathy Whltl'.head. I ,
Rainfall averaged 1.26 Inches The deadline for acceptin

In the county during: the For Poverty Area entries! Is \Vednesday-M'. : 1.
week with the Santa Fe River 20. '" I Subscription EfftchJarch\ 15 J 1968

Tower leading the way with Co. D [Malnt.] 53rd' Support Among the manprizes: to I I ,

: 1.70 Inches. The New River Battalion, the local National be awarded the winners of the I; IN ST ARKFtr At'll DUE; AREA

I Tower recorded 1.20 inches Guard unit has joined In sl1-( Pageant are lIver Revere'

and the to help the Bowls for the Queen and let I
_...... __ LouIs Hili Tower at citing clothing(
Lawley had '.90 Inches. poverty stricken Appalachian and 2nd runners-up. Cash:

What's special about I region of Kentucky, Tennessee, awards are 175. $1\0, and $251 One Year -- $4506 M9nths -- $ t50

:= so ( ,olunteers and Virginia. respectively, In addition, other I I ; .

here at bank? Capt. Richard Jockel unit I prizes contributed by local (

saving our Needed For rommancler says that Items merchants make the Pageant '

Chest for adults and children are attractive. I 3 Months 1 b5O
It's of with X.RayVoliiiiters
more than a matter saving I, being( collected In support of Entries are !beIng accf'ptc'1l: ,

safety PlusJhe interest we add automatically I are needed to help the annual drive sponsored by from girls whO are between

? as earned. You'll find every I regktcr persona! for free chest the Save The Children Federation ages or 16 and 2& who have OUTSIDE TRADE
been! married and who AREA
banking service you need-for personal I r x-rlfYII that will be conducted; with headquarters In flever reside within a 25 mile radius
by' the Stat board ot 'Health Knoxville, Tenn.
business purposes-right here under Starke
or or Prior to this year
In Bradford County from 'Items most needed are blue
ihi one Full Service Bank roof! 'What 28 through :Aprn 'March I.. many entries were accepted On
4. jeans, sweaters, diapers, dresses beyond the 25 mile radius 80 Year -- $5.00 6 Months $$2.75

could be more convenient? AMl1e who Can help with shoes, coats 'Shirts pant, this Is a new provision ot the

- .: saving here ay-NOWI! ; registrAtion. :'s asked to( call pajamas blankets overshoell. Pageant. In former years the
Start next
" pa1 i rgllr..t'Brown at 964773i. and all types of underwear. '

giving the hour and date Bradford countlans Annual Pageant has been spn- 3 Months $$1.75
are urg-
, when! It hI convenient to serve. sored by the Starke ClvUan

F L 0 R I 0 A /I the Volunteers lire needed for unit ed to In Join sUPpOrt the of local this human-Guard Club.Mrs.
following tImes
.. I and places: Itarian project by donating Veda\ Fish Dop"on, 1966Strawberry

-Vedreilay grounds, 11! 1\.1arrh\ 27-Falr. some of these item during Queen IW1I1 direct You may renew now at the present rate of $4 per
a.m. to 2 4
-' p.m.;
'" "B"JfftK' / rL pm. to 7 p.m.Thursday the drive. Special baQ'1I may the Pageant which will be year, or' $2.25 for' six onths (in trade area) $4.50

I-: _. ___ \ ''l : i ::11 S'f'AR; : ; "K. E: be obtained at the new National .
,- ,__ March 28. and judged using the Miss Amen- per year or $2.50 for six months (oulside trade area).
Frl -
-....... Store In Starke Plaza, 11 clothing may be brought there.
am.l aysten3. ,Such things ,
Member Federal as figure
Depos t.lnaurance Corp. .o 2 (.m.;: 3 .m. to 6 p.m. Capt. Jocket. said there Is

lui-d"y.. tar h'20'-- Old dire need amoiig thi ''peop of OfIrrlage, poise, beauty and taJe't QRADfORD

One of' 30 Banks of the Florida National Group F1ol'lrfa. Bank building. 10 am.o Ute Appalachian areas due t.o. pf.each, entry! will be tile ,\. -" COUNTY TELEGRAPH
1 p.m.: 2 p.m. to, p.im mass unemplolment, in the criteria.. of judging. I I

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chain. Parents and all Interested from each rib and, aa' the week here visiting with his
,HkM\; P T 0 N I, persons are urged to shower progressed, the Ice I brother and sister-in-law, Mr.: ;:
watch for nptice of future melted onto another umbrellaon and Mrs K. B, Watterson.. ONDERIUL
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.A.a.aA. ......&&. be done. Thanks to Hampton were played and prizes! were! Son, While here they enjoyed
citizens who worked, the ''won by Mrs Maywood Mosher -I sightseeing In St. Augustine! D
SCHOOL NEWS School Board an:!' County Mrs. Kathy Smith and I Palatka, and Cedar Key 'O ,,8ARG"
Mrs Mauieen Paul, princi- Commissioners for their help 'Mrs. Betty Hayes. Refreshments -{ Sunday guests of Mrs T. $ .
pal of fie: Hampton Elemen- and cooperation of cake and punch were Brown were her son .
tary School announces that BRII>//\C:'SHOWER .served, daughter-in-law, Mr. and 1'1
the work on the school grounds About 33 friends and rela- ,PERSONALS I Frank Brown, and children '
which was planned and orEantaed tives enjloyeci'.the.bridal shower 1 Mrs. Thelma Milliken of Winter Haven. 1BY THE BAG FULL ;
by the PTA has been given last'Friday,.njght, at the Ocala and Mrs Hilda Griffith Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priester
'very successful. Many parents City Hall honoring Miss Joyce of Miami visited their aunt, of Ft. Pierce, visited Mr and .. r .
have worked several Saturdays Conklhi"'whose;; marriage to jMrs.\ T P, Brown, on Friday. Mrs. J. Q Adkins on Satur 3M) S. Uulmit Street Starke *
clearing plowing and levelingthe Donnie Thompson of starke .,, Mis. day. They were enroute to FIorl.J
Mr and : Lynn Hall .
area. ; spreading the clay will take' place: Saturday: 'Do traveled to Valdosta Oa. Jessup. Ga. to attend the (uiint1ty ItlKlitH l n..n..J l Priori (and, Thursday.. Through Saturday, March Id 'i
for volleyball, basketball, corations In'gi'een and white I.' I
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tetherball and Softball fields, used and tjiqm) '* .
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R': Dukes. Mrs. Adkins accon1'I
O. Copeland. On : '
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-given t>y the School Board! A the hall. In the center ot I Retirement dinner, which funeral. Upon their return I II .
number of tractors and equip- the room suspended from the ._was attended by '72 guests. I the Pripsters remained witlr' .f f'.'f' RYE" RSFLGRA'DE BAGGED- LB. ,
ment was brought or loanedto ceiling, was an umbrella frame Mr: and Mrs J a. Adkins' the Adkins:: through, Monday.* : 29c
complete this work: Plans with sprigs of lilies-of-th visited their son-in-law and I'I SAVE''llc) LB.
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also Included beautifying the valley attached;! to each rib. .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joel ; ;
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mC"TION:: 3 PAGE 2. -- HR"rfl'fnt, ''IflINTY TIr..v.UK"pn. I"TARKF." PIARmA TIITESDAT.!' MARcH\ 11.RECREATNNEWS Iq

: '. I sap.William' Scoggins bad the 1 rBHSTh.incla TQP. PI-Y 84-39 :. 'eachers

hot hand for the auto dealers.bitting ,
for 19 points. Gary "

.! flJmrea'Hamilton,with was 11 also points.in double Lloyd In 196:8: Opener On New Track ') Go Back

J If Gilpin was high for DIscount ,
with 7.The L"'"
other game of the night By beating P. K. YonQ'e 84- yard low hurdles In 21.6 sec- was pleased with the team's ',
saw' League runner-up, Ter- 39 last Tuesday, March 5, the onds, and finished third In performance, saying that "it To Work

wUlegar Motors down Hurst Tornado track.aquad not only the 120-yarll high hurdles He twas quite good for a starter .. .v

Sh ll, 38-29 behind the 171 won its seasonopener but had 14 points. and, showed we have the p0- ; All t 7 Bradford Count
I 4. point shooting of Roger Kelly. claimed victory In the "'cry, All-atate football lineman, tential for a real fine sea.on.. teachers who were off th'

Jim Nelson was high for Hurst first meet to be held on the Andy Mayton, bound for Loper was track mentor at job'for three weeks

with 9.Tl'ophles. new Bradford high track: Georgia Tech on a grid scholarship Class AA Jacksonville RlbaultI 4 i1Mrs : to classes returned
were presented to The "68 season debut was showed Rood early I the past four years Ills teams: Monda:

__ the -champs. runners-up. and highlighted by winning performances season form in winnIng the I IdlscU8IM the last 2% years were undefeated. morning March 11. 'Sup'Tom
the Sportsmanship Award: on the part of three throw with a toss of Last season Rlbault CaRey reported
went to Billy }rug1ns.CJIRYSLERPLYMOUTIE. returning lettermen from the 133 feet and the shot put with was champion of the Gateway r 'Nothlng real dramatic,'
19117 district championship a 39-11 effort to earn 10 'Conference, the Group; and Guy Sale (left). president of the Senior Woman I the'way Casey described It.

I WINS CITY LEAGUE team. The trio, Bill Belote points i District Club, and 1\lr... V. S. Spongier, .1rhe coordinator, are pictured' The return was accomplish!

1TN .iI- In games played Monday Plen .Gnann, and Andy MIIY-I The Blue Wave from Gain- The Tornadoes were s'he- at I\lflnday ..IKllt' kIck-off fog the annulI'' Girl Scout fund as smoothly .s anywhere Instate t
Starke Chrysler- Plymouth ton accounted for 38% of 1he; -itsvUle managed only three duled for a Florida Star Conference raising camlalgn. of not more 80, the sup
overpowered Boatdraln Baptist Torl\ado's\ 84 points. Lirat places In the lop-sided i trl-mee at Bolles with Intendent Indicated. One ot t U.

Belote won the 100-yard track.fest.,Ed Dupree took the Lake City yesterday [Wednes- returning teachers contlrnu
61-15 to take the 1968 championship Scout Annual Fund Drive this, saying .there was "
: I I In the City' LeaQ'ue. dash with a relpectlble .10.4 high hurdles In 15.5, Bob Ray- day] in a match postponed problem." ,
The auto team finished the time. the broad jump with a field won the high jump with Tuesday because of the rough Now
Under .W In The School Board was Ich
,,:: --.. I' season with only one loss and leap of 19-3, and was second a leap of 5-5 and the Wave's wind storm. ay County uled to have a work leS8i
Powder Puff Champs 8 wins. Wayne MoLeod! with In the pole vault. He also an- mile relay team clicked off a Friday March 15. the BHS Wednesday afternoon after>

.I- 17, and Larry Thomas and chored the winning BBS 880- 3:47.2: performance to take the squad( will compete In the annual I With three organizations co- and one Colored Troop principals meeting which Calf
yard sprint medley relay teams Bradford team Fletcher Relay \ operating, the annual Girl Toe drive kick-oft was held
steve T1l1ey. with 12 each. C'rl\l) \ said was called "to figure
19118; of I'owelt'r th
'hamplon" Puff bwo't'ltll 1 I" Ol' "'
'' the winners. for a total of 15'A1 points. Coach George Loper, begin- at Jacksonville Beach. Scout Fund Drive Is being/! con- Monday night at the Woman'sClub evaluate
paced best to
WRY our
Beauty 811'1on.& Team memllol'8( (front ro'",) an, Robin \\u-, 'In the final game of the Gnann captured the pole fling his first season at BHS ducte.d during Girl Scout Week, when representatives of pr

rca, Diane !Cox, anti D. J. 'nrrl"n: hack rows Kathryn I'f'f'k, regular National vault with a 10-6 leap, the.180. ,'..March 11-16, with the wrap-up all groups met to coordinate gram. recommendation
Carol Jarll"Y, Dlnne T.lwmul: Nnn.'y owlbljt, 8n,1, !sharon! season I meeting set for Friday night plans for the one-week cam- e
Builders to
Guard rapped Jackson ''at pected come up a. a Tee
7:30: In the Starke Woman's pallfn
110"( I'll. 53-31 to finish as runner-up at the walkout was a moth.
ship.Koch's Tornado Nine ., r Funds rallied In the drive are
___ ri '0th a 7-2 record. was again led by Club.Three organizations work- needed to help finance additional to grant the teachers perso4,
.l f. ; went leave without for the de&,..
Trophy presentations Gray Flynn with 11 points Ing together In an effort to troops, provide trainIng pay
I to the following: League and- was helped out by Eddie reach the $1.000 goal are the for volunteer leaders, maintain they were 'off the job.

Champs, Starke Chrysler- Blalock with 6. George Prevatt Opens Saturday Senior Woman's!! Club. Junior Girl Scout camps, and to pro.vIII" This can be done retroa'
Plymouth: League Runner-up with 4, and Dale Johns with Woman's Club, and Beta Sigma professional staff. as'1Rt. Ively according to latest we
National Guard: Sportsmanship 3. Malachi' Henry of Carp's Phi sorority. Mrs V. .7. Speng- Mice to volunteers, and offices from the State Department

Award. Donald Falcon: was held to just a points In Tornado basebaUers will Temple, Greg Rlherd, ,I AI1Ioi ler i Is coordinator. 'for the Gateway Girl Scout Education, Supt' Casey said
nigh Individual SCorer, Wayne the first halt, but added 12 open their 1968 ileason Saturday Brown are eltpected, to boistar. Bradford County has 130 Council In. Jacksonville One at the teachers
McLeod. An League Team: In the second half for a total Marc1\\ 16, at 2 p.m In the 1968 diamond squad. glrlll enrolled In seven troop!!, The cooperation of the public stayed away from her job I
John WIlliams Wayne Mc- of 14. Brian Johns chipped l in Lake Butler with the Union Paul ?Jo1"Leod, pitcher-short- Including one Brownie Troop, will be ppr4clatl'd in reaqhing; since resigned: 'because h

I Lend Steve Tilley LarrY 7 to round out the scoring for County Tigers stop, is only returnee .wth three Junior Troop!! one Cadet the quota aSlllgned to Bradford family moved to cksonvi

I ':'iomas, Donald' Falcon. Carp's. Freshman Johnnie Brown more than one 1e.tter' anit\1lJ\ ]:roop one Senior Girls Troop, County. She Is Mrs. Julie RasmusH
C1ItTRCIl LEAGUE Final league standings: Will start on the mound for. owns three. The other 10 let. third grade teacher at'Ha.
TO ORGANIZE Koch's, 7-3; Carp's 6-4: Andrews -' the Tornadocs and each of the termen are Wilbur Watrs Gary ton Elementary.

A meeting has been set for 5-4: Oem, 2-7 four other pitchers, Larry Mar-, Hamilton, Dan Griffis, Randy New Taxes 'Will Cost Average

Monday. March 18, at 8 p. m. JR. LOOP TIGltrENS I cer, Paul McLeod, Bill Adams, Jones, Richard WllIlams, tarry .., @ Recent Births
to'discuss' the formattoit of a With just three games left and Mark Oraudon, will throw: Mercer, Ion;) Elder, Mike Nor- ,'" .."

Church League! Softball pro- In the Jun101' BoYS League, an Inning or two In the opener mane Tommy Talley,"and Mark Person Per Yar Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy N
gram. All churches of Brad- the championship could 11'0 to: Coach Chuck Mason says."We've Graudon. I ,More( man of Wlhtwood announce
: :4 ford County and surroundingarea. any of the three teams as'' had Borne real good Florida S tar Conference birth of a son" James Are
i ; kl' interested In partlelpatln there is only one game differ- practices and the boys are coaches decided to determine Newman Jr", on March
are invited to attend. ence between t11em. I looking forward to starting the the loop Championship: the If you're an average person, tax on that, add $6. .1 Grandparents are Mr and
Florida's laws could which
GIRLS SOFTBALL In I season" the coach Bays Mason, basis of 12 conference games new put Bottled gas, costs demons ot Starke
the Roy
game on Wednesday. sail his squad has been hitting to be played on a h me-and. the bite on you for as much average user $11 to $13 a Newnof
Men's A meeting will be held MArch 8. the Celtics Mr and Mrs
League Champs came up the ball well in practice and home basi as $150 a year in extra taxes. month, will Q'O up another, ,
Monday. March 18. at 4 p. m. with a bIg win sllpplnQ' ''by that his pitching staff Is coinIng -'' Next Tuesday, March 19, the The tax on cigarettes goes $5.28 to $1I.4 a year In taxes.A Brooker

19f8 :\11"11'1'1' IClty LcIIrIif'. hl.Iplbail champ ill t'lturkoChryslt'r.Plymofllh. In the Recreation Center to the Royals 49-47. The game along fine Tornadoes will play their first Ul> seven cents a pack to 13 4 per cent sales tax also Mr. and -Mrs Marvin
.: : form II Glrlll Softball !League WM nip and tuck until the The Tornadoes have 11 re- conference In Lake cents but vending machines
Team ml"mhl'rll .I I.r' ,u.Onld'fi\/lcnx'I\/ ncl game City will be collected on aIL fuels Moore of Starke announce
ChariI' howell AU girls, 13 through high rtn1>' buzzer. turning lettermen from a at 3:30: p.m. Friday, March 22, will be set up to collect an ex- except gasoline of' Martin Seton
blU'k Bob Martin
; row: : ))lIle K'r."by, Larry scl'1Ool. to a.ttend.We' David birth a son,
are urged McRae .
the hot
was young squad which last year they will meet Live Oak, another tra dime. One tiny ot sunshine Is '7 In' Alachua C
ray March
Wayne IUCLCOI( and stove Tilky.FIRST ,
hope t to( start playing as hand for the Celtics
as posted a //s.10 won-lost rcord'i! conference foe In their Operators of machines don.t the fact that the sales tax on eral HOfIpital. Maternalgr
soon AR Dnsslhle.IAYLES 'Icketed 19 points. Dean Newcomers such as J. Roy first home That will be want to fool with the pennies,
ANNUAL. CITY receive a.. handIc p'.of. 15 game other Items will go up only 1 parents are..Mr. and Mrs J
BASKETBALL TOURNEY points. while the other Is con- ( WINS POWDER Johns and Jim Temple ted Chasteen Mercer, Adams, J. S.I played under the lights: game- so a package/ In most cigar- per cent, from 3 to t. This Prevatt Jr.:'of Starke-
I'JFF CII.\\IPIONSIIIP: the Royals with 19 and 17 Waters, Charles Smith, Jimmy time Js 7:30.: etta machines will cost 50 "
The Starke Recreation Department .to be on an even, par means the .tax on Items up to
avle'll Beauty Salon won polnt.s t ; respectively.
5 has come up with a with the men. cents 25 cents will be one cent: up MORGAN ROAD CHAPEl
: new program Idea which Is The tourne1, whIch! will bea the Powder Puff Basketball .. O ala with a 2:08: clocking for second If you're a two-a-day smoker to 50 cent//! two cents; 50 to
::- hoped will prove successful single elimination eventwlth downing LeAkue ChamDIQnshlD by 2 Prisoners Top place Ocala won this even if, :you ,don't..patronl2e 75 cents, three cents and 75 Sunday-9:45: a. m. SU Y

and become an annual event- a consolation game, will. be Holiday. Inn 33-32 ..BHS Runners event also with a time of the machines, your smokes cents' to $1 four cents. School. 11 :00 a. m, Mon
lart Thursday..The Tra g
5 f a basketball tournament will played In the high school gym Face Murder 2:03.9.In: will cost $51.10 a year more The tax on automobiles win' Worship 6:00: p. m
comblne: the largest mar"ln In t.hp. the closest of meet than before. 'I Union, 7:00: p. m.I Eve g
.: Men's League starting Thursday, March 14.There..svil1 race go up from the present 2 per :-
: 'nd the Senior Boys League be no adnii&cion verne: was at halftime whenOityles charge" Here In Tri-Meet Bradford's Buddy Trawick was Incidentally cigarettes will cent to 3 per cent. but there Worship.
pto a citY-Wide tourney. fees, and the public Is invited enjoyed' a 14-1 Ipad. : : edged Into third place In a carry a tax of 23 cents a will be no sales tax on grocer-: Wednesday 7:30: Pr r
Bradford High's Tornado ht and 3rd Wed: -
The 21-19 in favor Services.
score was 15 for slate and
pack the
!For many years the younger to ,Q.J1.Ult'j! .hat .ahQwl1.be "photo-finish" B80-yard run'l I lea and medicines.
have how = of Onvle's et the end of three A 28-yeal'-0Id state Prison track squad placed..seiQnd: In eight for the federal govcmn- nlght-7:00: p. m, Psi I
group wondered some interesting ba.skcibn1tTOURXEY I First second and they might fare against their SChEDULE DPl'lods. Holiday Inn outscored/ Inmate, Henry Hull, was found' a trl-meet Friday, tiS''home- finishers were all clocked at ment:' 'r-t Night.

1ders and will finally have Thurs., March 14Starke the winners In the serondI strangled to death Monday, standing class AA Ocala 2:11: I The tax on beer goes up

the opportunity to find out. Chrysler vs Southern Discount, I half, 23-19 but the 5 points March 11, In the East Vnlt racked up 9311.1 points for the Other point-getters for BITS three cents a pint or for any INCOME TAXSERVICE

Both 'leaQ'ues will have to 7 p. m. Jackson Builders 'VSTerwllIegar difference In the first half/ clinic. team'victory. were Ricky Prick, who placed, lesser amount. A couple con- Prompt Service

make some adjustments, a.s 8 p. in.Fri. ., was the winning factor. Charged with first degree BUS followed. with 47, and third In the mile run U:04.9: ] suming two silt-packs a day
the rules will be mod1f1ed'' !.. 'March. 15 ,- Baldwin Diane Cox gain led Gayle's murder are two other Inmates conference rl..al Palatka was and Tex Patrick, who gained I will pay about $22 a year In I For Repairs
somewhat. The boys have been Chevrolet 'vs': BOatdraln with 23 points 17 coming In Wayne Fulk, 24. and Elwood third with 39"2. a third In the discus throw I extra taxes. I
I.he' second half. Sharon Lamar Albright, 29. The two In their second outing of LARGE OR SMAL
school The
playing regulation high Church. 7 I p. m.-- National l114-01. whisky tax of 25 cents SEE
,basketball, while the men set-; Guard vs Hurst 5heIl.: 8 .1>, m. Howell chinped in 8. Linda were arraigned Wednesday be- the season. Coach GeorgeLoper's Coach Loper noted that he a bottle will boost that con- I
tied for .slowed-down : Crews was high for Holiday fore County Judge T. A. splkemen continued to for QUALITYPLUMBING
a verslon. Sat., March le-'Wh'ln' of was still moving Inexperienced siderably the man who
In this tourney, all, !lames 1 and 2. 7 i'; n'1' Win- with 15. while Carol Reddish Yawn. display strength In the hurdles boys around' on the team to uses as much a.s three fifths I Town Finance

ames will be the slow-down I ners of games 3 .and. 4. 8 p. hAd 9.KOCH'S. Both men requested a pre- and field events. find the right combinations. a week, by about $39 a year. I C .
type no fast break, eLc., un- m. WINS TITLE limInary hearing and 'both Plenn Gnann was a double and added, "they're all work- The Florida Power and' CO\IPANY:

til the final four minutes of Sun., March i7- Losers of IN BANTAM LEAGUE signed affidavits of Insolvency. winner for BUS-topping the Ing hard, and making steady Light::: Co. says its average residential -I' 226 N., Temple Ave. Ph. 964.5Q39I
each of the 20-mlnute ha1\'es. games 5 IJ.ncf; 61: pm. Win- tn the plaY-"ff game Wednesday Judge Yawn appointed high hurdles'with a good early improvement" bill is $150 a year. Loans! Up 1'0 $600

One Important adjustment ners of games 5 and 6 '[cham-. -, Mtlrch 6. KO<'h's PUblic Defender R. A. Green season of titTle of :15.4. and For the new four per cent,
both will have to make con- plonshlpJi2:3: (). : : '.- Drugs squeezed out II 24-21 Jr. to represent them the low hurdles In ::21.9. Six Girls J I
cerns the 30 second rule which BALDWIN-ClltVROLET: ylctory over Carp's. The weapon named In the affidavit Andy Mayton won the dis- I
charging the with cus throw with a toss of 133-7, ...... .
specifies the offensive! team IS SR. BOfS CHAMP Koch's jumped off to a 15- pair -- -, .
murder Is an earphone cord. but WM barely edged for the Enter Beauty t.
must get oft a shot within 30 Baldwin 'hevrolet ended a 3.halftlme lead and the game I
Fulk was sentenced to five victory In the shot put by Ron
seconds after
crossing the half
perfect 8-0
season by downing looked like a runaway but the
court line. This eliminates the years in October, 1967 for Johnson of Palatka. Johnson's Queen Contest ,
Southern: .; QIecpunt 2-23 In tide changed In the second
freezing tactics which North the SenIOl'-1Jyt( beague last half as Carp's came surging assault with intent to murder winning distance was 41-3Vs. N'O'T ICE

Carolina State used' to upset Thursday.The back to outscore their oppon- In the stabbing at an Inmate and Mayton's second place 1\Irs.\ V. J. Spengle.r, contestants _'

an opponent last week. In the chad l ps jumped off to a ents 18-9. But the first half put was 41-7. committee chairman for, .
first roun-d'' of the toul'ney. 24-9 halftime lead and Dis- score was the difference In 14 Forest Fires Bill Belote placed second In the Starke Woman's Cluib '

three of the boys teams will count just couldn't close \the;., the game and the championI Burn 200 Acres broad jump wltha leap of 19- sponsored! Strawberry Queen I
2 I. and finished third place I 'SU..BSCRIPTIO.N
Beauty Pageant, has announced RATES
-- -- -- -
In the pole vault at 106.Bradford's .
that Donna
It was a big week for the Patray daugh-1\ i .
team .
I mile relay :
Florida Forest tor ot Mr and Mrs. DOli Pat- '
Service with 14
forest turned In a. much Improved ray, ot Starke, was!!! the first i
I burned In fires Bradford and 201.1 acres time of :44.6: against the entry for this year' pageant Due to increased postal rates newsprint prices and
from County winning Ocala Wildcats [3:42.: to be held In conjunction with I
I There March have 4-11)been) 70 tires in 41. Best previous time for the the 18th annual Bradford Coun- other, coats, subscription prices of The Telegraph .will
the BHS team was 3:47.9.The : ty Fair and Strawberry .Festl-. ;
i county since Jan. 1 this sprint medley relay vat, I
year compared to the same team also' improved greatly Other 8.tarko entries .are: be advanced! slight1yeffectjv. ,March 15, 1968. Subscriptions -
I I periOd last year and 587.5 ,
Ginger: Baldwin Beverly Mo
I I acres burned compared, to Rae, Della Wilson, J3ctty Aim 1 1R may be newed at .tbejresent!' rate until
345.6 In the same period in National Guard glster. Doris Spengler and
I 11)117.) Ilathy: Whitehead. that date.
Collects Items i
Rainfall averaged 1.211 Inches The deadline for accepting
f : In the county during the For Poverty Area entries Is %
VednesdayW4rch '
I f AJTWhat's f week with the Santa Fe River 20. t''". I Subscription Rates ffc ij jJarch( 15,1968 J
Tower leading the way with Co. D [Malnt.J] 53rd Support Among the man.Y"prlzes to _
\Oi' 1.70 Inches. The New River Battalion, the local National I be awarded the Winners ot the IN ST
''C i Tower recorded 1.20 inches Guard unit, has joined In aoll- Pageant are &ilver Revere ARKEtrJND MDE AREA

.....,....... and the Louis Hill Tower at citing clothing to help the 'Bowls for the Queen and 1st
Lawtey had '.00 Inches poverty stricken Appalachian and 2nd rllnnerK-lIp. Cash

so special about region of Kentucky, Tenncsseo awards are $75. $:>0, and $251 I One Year -- $$4.50 .6. Myqths --$25O$
( oIunteers and Virginia I respectively, In addition: other I : ? :
saving here at our bank? Capt. Richard Jackel. unit prizes contributed by local t
;Needed For commander says that Items merchants make the Pageant.

It's more than a matter of saving with Cheat X.Rays for adults and children are attractive. 3 Months 150
Entries are accf'opte'1l'fl'om
being collected In support of beIng
safety PlusJhe interest we add auto-
girls whO are between
". I Voitinters are nOl'ded t.D help the annual drive sponsored by
matically as earned. You'll find ages of 16 and 2'' who have
every I regIster persons for freechcst. t tI the Save The Children Feder-
banking service you need-for personal I x.ray" that will: be Conducted ation with headquarters In ttever been married and who OUTSIDE TRADE AREA
by' the State reside within a 25: mile radius
or business purposes-right here under Board of 'HMtth Knoxville Tenn.
or Starke. Prior to this '
1 his one Full Service Bank roof! What 26 Bradford COllnty from. March' Items most needed are blue many entries were year
. through :Aptll One
4. Year
- jeans, sweaters. diapers, dresses -
beyond the 2:5: mile -- $$5.00 6 Months
.; could be more convenient? AnDI1e who cl\n help withregistratin I shoes, coats. shirts pants, this Is radius so -- $
a new provision of the
. here s RAked to call pajamas, blanket//! overshoes,
.' Start saving next payday-NOW. ; Mrll. Margaret\ t' Brown at 9fH7131 and all types of underwear. Pageant Ire former years the '

gl.v1ng the hI'Jur and dale Annual Pageant has been sponso 3
; wht'n It lt'mnvl"nlent! to servlt.I Bradford Countians are urged red by the Starke Clvltan months -- $$1.75
I Voluntrf'rR are fort I to joIn the local Guard I

LO R 1 0 A I\'ledne1AAY the following,times::I.13rl'h and 27-Fair-places: I unit itarian In support project of by this donating human- I Club.Mrs.. Veda Fish Dop'loll. 1966 You

sn-Olln" 11 m t" n some of these items during StraWberry Queen will direct may renew now at the present rate of 4 tuer" III


Tr.t.rnnArn. !STAKKK.': n.onin.\ SECTION' 3 PAGE a.
!MARCH 14, -IfHSS! ------- I- alesls.-., s, ..-. --A...
W/V yy..Y..YYY9 TM ornamental posts linked by a I Ing Ice cubes '! N C are spending a I I j
chain. Parents and all Inter- from each rib here visiting with his' *ONDEmJJJJL: 7iJ2lj
Mr. :
rHAMPTON ested persons. are urged to shower progt' Watterson,
watch for notice of future melted onto K. B. .
work days as there Is muchto on the floor. I Mrs. Mary Watter
.By Mrs Mary. Williams..... be done. Thanks to Hampton were played and here they enjoyed; fO ,8AR@AJ 1
A .A.&A ".a.& citizens who worked the Von by Mrs. I In St Augustine1.. J $ Os j
SCHOOL NEWS School Board anj:! County er, Mrs. Kathy I and Cedar Key. 'I '
Mrs Mauieen Paul, princi- Commissioners for their help Mrs Betty guests of Mrs. T.
of fie Hampton Elemen- and cooperation. ments; of cake and were her son 11"1 s I i

the tary pal work School on,the announces school grounds that BRIDAI About*.SHOWER 33 friends and rela-'.served.:PERSONALSMrs. I Brown- -law.and Mr.;children and BY THE BAG FULL ]

the,bridal shower Haven. /
'which was planned and organized tives enjoyed} ) Thelma Priester i 1
by the PTA has been given last J1'Ilday.nlght; at the Ocala and Mrs and Mrs H W.
parents City Hall,'honoi'Ing :Miss:I Joyce of Miami visited Pierce visited Mr. and Sitt: H. \\aliiut' Mrrrt: Sterke,1Ror94
successful. Many
'very have[ worked several Saturdays Conklln "''who,5C marilafe to ,sirs T. P", -I-lone.J. O Adkins enroute on Satur-to. mntUy t> Rights Kowrvvil. ;) 1'rU-i-n. (lend. l Tluirtduy. Through Saturday, March id
clearing plowing and leveling Donnie Thompson! of Starke :tiff; ana; Mrs They were the
the ; spreading the clay will take place: Saturday; 'tte-: ; {traveled to Ga. to attend B. D.I
area '
for volleyball basketball coratlons Ingreen and >White" ''MoVidafr and : i of their Adklns cousin accorn+ : : : -"F i E SH.WHOLE :
Mrs. _
'tetherball and softball fields were used and umbielle theme 'Mt'S. R"": O. the' '
and planting much shrubbery was carried;! out thl' ugh- :Tuesday they 1 her brother to ,) BAtGGED511711e cJ
their return : |
In the of Upon ''ER'YERSFLA'GRADE 2. '9'
given toy the School Board. A out the hall. center irony; road Retirement Prlesters remainedwith' the roonsuspended the by' I
number of tractors and equipment _was attended through Monday; SAVE'
was brought or loanedto ceiling was an umbrella frame Mr 'ands Mrs. 1 : > ) lf..LB.
complete this work Plans, with sprigs of liliesofthevalley visited their .I r
also Included beautifying theentry attached;! to each rib. daughter.'; Mr TYpe:;;'I .,,: .. , ... .. I ,. .. ',,,.. ,"' -
with a fish pond and Green nylon net squares hold- Smith; in : ;\ CABINETS ,,I If' '''':J: : Cb lr '
.. ,., 'day Mr.: and Mrs :, '; _Stands Bradford! Desks County. U. 'S.. CHOICE' 'BEEF ,SALEChuck .

'.FLORIDA THEAtREShowtime son and son I r raph. )I I 11 Pot' 0 Calif. Boneless Stewing, ,

-Weekdays 7:00-: : Sunday; 3:00: 'I STEAKS ROAST ROAST BEEF

.. FRIDAY Saturday AND SATURDAY 1:00.\. .3' t.01' ,D. flve-n.'I .. S8c lb. 68c 8 Ib. .68c ,lb.- ,,68c, .

MARCH 15, 16 ,. 'My .i ,
Double Feature Program: ADMISSION: Adults V5e, Students!\ 60e c : ,
M JI ..:', Children Under 12 Free : ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPECIAL( IIID.t .

.- : Double Feature Program t Cto

JoDD:1{..4CALAMITYJdetE i RTS. ): :M2'.'; ,a THE When Doris the West goes West goes! FRIDAY MARCH!\,'SATURDAY 15, 16,, SUNDAY 17 : CORNED BEEF, ROUNDS OR BRISKETS\ (; -6'9' .

: lBt.chicken do reveal the middle of.thIs plcturol
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DRAY'r : Ol" !! : J \ 11. '\ if -
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... _....__, YOSi IJKAN.FIZP)1L1" : SAVE 40o
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.J O RIj) .GROUND BEEF 5. Ibs. $$1.99 1
: ; z'' : .\\NfIC; "" '
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Lt MixES
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(A Jwry LewIS Pmduetonl'UIELiN '' ) '
SAVE: 20o Griddle Cake Biscuit, Pancake, CornMuffin7

r! ..wIr I[ \ !IIISi'! 'rUCISI.I..RRYUWG..Bill.RiClIIOlChIIKYLlWil.-. .. ,, .1 I LAMB ,CHOPS - lb. 69c .

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4 d S> ., #_ ;, '11 11cHI .H ,FYNE.TASjTEl: Y-JREG! .OR DRIP! [[ i I.. 1 LB HAG SMOKED SAUSAGE lb. 69c

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MARCH 17, 18, 19 if t:1.A "" : Cofcfee SKINLESS FRANKS -
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; : MKKAKsrONK'S' ': : ; PISI\I'I'r.:
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HEPBURN Hugh b X. LewisMINIS cup

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ROW! CHEVROLET ; Dinners $1 .00'' PLATE STEW - Ib. 25c

: SHORT RIB - lb. 39c


CHEDDAR CHEESE lb. 69c u S. Nq. t White Irish 20 LBS.


8c.IIIK 'Potatoes 69c
. \ j PORK & BEANS can -
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;1 MASHED YAMS 8 for $$1.00
BEEF STEW 24 oz. can .39c KINO CULi,; :hUCEII I@ OZ. CANS '

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Tamer like the one shown above. Vans equipped with big 230-cu.-ln. Six en-j! 2 LB. BAG
Job '
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Equipped SHAVE
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engine 4 for
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l \ equipment chrome hub caps,chrome front and right either side Chevy-Van 108 with 108" I FRENCH FRIES -
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Mrs. Wells Feted On RetirementAs j I town woo Mm.' !Hull Uinluw] rates, the disease!' ,4vlll' eventually It" changed except fur serious hurdnhlp. will be given out for vuuli new student as soon aa. the school
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nugen Mr. strikes 80,900,00d Also enclosed is an explanatory notice giving full details system knows' about the student. At least seven days will be
Lawtey ,Postmaster. For 26 Years and I' Mrs. George Barthlow and Americans J\ ll1a. Slit about the! desegregation< plan. It tells you how to exercise allowed for the return of the choice form when a choice is
children, and Mr. and Mrn. urges all local [ mr : ,,to your rights under the plan, and tells you how teachers, school made after the spring 30-day( choice period. A choice must
: Fred Barthlow all of Middle- acquaint with,, the buses, sports and other activities are being desegregated. !be made for each student. No assignment to any school can
i burg; Mrs. Nelson Blocker seven warning slanara'of cancer Your school Board and the school] staff will do everything be made unless a choice Is made first.
Lake City: Mrs. Will Edwards,
I and to seek medical attention -
Starke; Rev. and Mrs. Broske, promptly wHeif'; '!day we can to see to It that the rights of all students are pro 11. Students Entering First Grade
: '(jft fa&fi. \$$|?3.>lr. and Mra.IWVHrfns'e'itijarmfMIss unusual] symptoms appear. tected and that our desegregation< plan Is carried out success The parent, or other adult person acting as parent, of
!; : : Arthur- Chances of a recovery 'from fully. every child entering first grade, or kindergarten, Is required
Ine Blanchard, of Jacksonville.Wails this dreaded disease mainly! Sincerely yours, to choose the school his. child will attend. Choices will be

""was born Law-nearr&tlebi.Jrgan..tcame determined upon:: quick! and Thomas L. CaRey, Jr., made under the same free choice process used for studentsnew
: to early detection, and' equally Superintendent to the school system in other grades, as provided in paragraph -
tey"In 1917. She has been ac-
tivelp.chpltaffairs, and has prompt attention by a Competent NOTICE OF ScIIOOL DESEGREGATION PLAN 10.

betA'"Wai' t:.'*or the Grace physician.. UNDER TITLE VI OF THE $ IVIL BIGHTS ACT OF 1964 12.;, Priority of Late Choice
Mdthndlst'Church for many Mrs. Chitty la"the ;wMowofthe ,, This notice Is. made available to Inform you about the No choice made after the end of the spring 30-day

years. late Randal F. Chitty; and desegregation of our schools. Keep a. copy of fills notice. It choice period may be dented for any reason other than over-
Qe has three children VRarwJy;
-riot : about' crowding. In th event of overcrowding, choices made duringthe
w '' will answer many questions school desegregation.
11; Sandra, 6,-ant 'Karen, 3.
Cemetery1 Fund j She has always'been-very-] I 1. Desegregation Pl In Effect 30-tlny choice period will have first priority. Overcrowdingwill

Totals $1,154 'or tive In''community'' affairs of f The Braford County public school system! is being' der be determined by the standard provided for In paragraph
this area .and' has served -segregated under a plan adopted ''in accordance with Title I 8;' Any parent: or student whose first choice Is dented because

r ,-, 1.yha.Crosby fLake Cemetery in many capacities }including : VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 The purpose of. the desegregation of overcrov. ding will be given a second choice In the manner
Fund reached a total of $1,154 Joan Chitty membership in,the Urst :. plan Is to eliminate from our school system the provided fn in paragraph 9.
On Friday evening, March 8, i W. Hanaen ;rpostat! toispnctor: Iffll 'week"Wlt\! contributions Baptist Church;, and choir: racial segregation of students and all other forms of discrimination 13. Test I Health Records and Other Entrance: Requirements.

ed Mrs by Mae hef B.friends Wells with was honor-I. of paid this tribute district to,for.Mrs.: many: Wells:years.! 'for\ from the following: Mrs. R. I* Will Head teacher of senior /girls] Sunday r' based on race, color or national origin. Any :a< odemle tests 'or other procedures used in assigner
Mrs. school President'of
gram at Grace Methodist her faithful service and a silver Epperson, St. Petersburg; class Past 2. Thirty-Day' Spring Choice Period Ing stud its to schools grades, classrooms, sections,
Richard Keystone Junior Woman's Club Cub
L. ,
Church In observance of her tray from'the pogt-ofl!! { Heights: Miss'Wilma Alexander Cancer Crusade Scout Den Mother Secretaryfor i Eaoh student or his parenlt;/ tether:*dult person actingas courses (II study, or for any other purpose, will be applied
retirement after more than 26 employees) ] was presented to .and Mrs. E. A. Winkler PTA and Local Field Ser- parent is required to chottse"'th' school the student will ., uniformly to all students without regard to race color or
of servile( as Lawtey Mrs. Wells by the rural- I No choice of ] will be denied because of
yean Starke. Mrs Randal rJoanl Chitty vice Chapter, and other various attend next school year. TnV'cRoic'e'1p postmaster Wendel Kelly served rier. Marvin Roaieyvjis/ A.ne.-I:: has been named chairman of organizations.In March 15, 1968 and close April, J5.J968. failure at the time of choice to provide any health record,
as mister! of ceremonies for mento of the occasion.; Contributions are still being
the occasion.) Refreshment w4d'a8Wed'inthe ( for and fu- the American Cancer Society's addition to service organi- 3. Explanatory'] ; Letters and School Choice Form birth certificate, or other document. The student will be
Organ music\ was played by church arwvtx to'..ap toxJ;.< accepted present I 1968 educational and fundraising zations she plays softball for On the first day of the choirs pe.iV.od, explanatory letter tentatively assigned in accordance with the plan and the.
:Mrs. Nelson Blocker and David mately 100 guests.by .Misses: iJ: e'Work hnd donations maybe"sent'toi'Mrs. Crusade to be held In recreation for a local woman's and this notice will be sent 'by first-class mail to the parent, choice made, and given ample time, to obtain any required

Walters; and the church choir Bonnie Rosier, 'Maciron'VucIc: : ,' John Simp- April. softball team, enjoys many or other adult person, acting as pareiUv;" of each student thenin ,, document. Curriculum credit and promotion procedures will
sang favorite hymn of Mrs.Wells' and Linda Crewsr-11-, : "' "*i,- oh(>''206 S. Water St., Starke. The appointment was an- types of handicraft needle and) the schools who Is expected; to, attend school the followingyear. not 'be applied in such a way as to hamper freedom of choIce'of
I nounced by the local CancerSoclety's art, work and usually sewing 1
-Whlspering; Hope. Among those!;: :trout-p4t.:pf A school choke: form will !be sent with each letter, any student.
President, Buford She is presently taking a night
. .. 14. Choices Once !Made Cannot be Altered
.11. 'a. Mitchell, who stated that Mrs. class in data processing. She together with a return envelope;; add=epsd to the Superin-
-." ".- .... ... Chitty had' accepted the posi- was affiliated with the Bradford tendent. Additional copies of the letter this notice and the Once a choice has been: submitted, it may not be changed,
I tion because of her deep con- County Health Depart choice' form are freely available to the public at any school] even though the choice period has not ended. Th choice is

cern for the urgency of cancer ment for years and became and at the Superintendent's office* ., tt.. binding for the entire school year to which it applies, except -
control and early detection, aware of the many problemsof 4 Returning the Choice Forms rs- in the case of ((1)) compelling hardship ((2)) change of
and the neej for education In cancer control. She Is pre- Parents and student, at their' option may return the residence to a place where another school Is closer ((3)) the

!!\/rJ: nh combatting" this health enemy sently employed by the Brad. completed choice forms by hand to any fcfiool or by mall to availability of a school designed to fit the special] needs ofa
,, \ ford County Board of Public :the Superintendent's office at any time during the 30-day physically handicapped student, ((4) the availability at an-
Mrs. Chitty. in acceptingthe Instruction[ in the County
i other school of a course of study required by the student
choice period. A choice i is required for each student. No
top Crusade post in this School Administration BuildIng
J) .assignment school can be made unless a chOice Is made which is not available at the school chosen.
)/ 1t ( ; area noted that at present !!: toga! .
.. j. :2s! first. 15. All Other Aspects of Schools DesegregatedAll
'5: 'Choice':] : Form InformationThe school-connected services, facilities, athletics, activities -

1 : F:. ;f : r4 Provisions Of New Sales Tax 'school choice form, lists the names, ]locations !and and programs are open, to all on a desegregated basis.A .
---\-- 1 grades offered for each school] The reasons for any choice student attending school for the.first time on a desegregated

made.att'Jot.: : ) to be stated. The form asks for the name, ad- basis may not be subject to any disqualification or

$ .,.... Law. Become Effective April 1 1By : drens; and age of the student, the school] and grade currentlyor waiting period for participation in activites and programs,

;: -. :-: L.-= ::- last att..nded, the school] chotie.l for the following year, including athletics, which might otherwise apply because he
=r -: *- J. Ed Straughn 3 per cent to 4 per cent:'" .. the' appropriate signature, and whether the form has been Is a transfer student. All transportation furnished by the
:i ;; ; Director of Revenue 5. Remove ship; boats 'and signed .byv the student or his, parent: school system will also] operate on a desegregated 'basis
The 1968 Legislature of equipment used In '
Y- ____ I 113-X Any'letter of other written communication which iden Faculties N .r Florida adopted S. B. commercial fishing from exempt
.. -_.. ... _- ((681, making widespread status and taxes these tifies'1 t th ie'student.; and the school he wishes to attend will bed his position because of race, color or national] origin. This

..... .. .. changes In the Sales and Use items at 3 per cent:Nets so 41u't.l as. valid as if: submitted on the choice form sup includes any case where ]less staff is needed because schoolsare ]
: -:- .. :" .: Tax Law. These changes are of used remain exempt. plied ,byf.lie'school, system. The names of students and the closed or enrollment is reduced.
-- : v-: .. '.f: r. vital concern to every citizen 6. Imposes 4 per cent tax on .scl ots" Ihey i choose: or are assigned to under the plan: will 16. Attendance Across School System Lines
: andvIsitor.. including] non- Intrastate telephone. and"'telegraphic not"be made public by school officials.] No arrangement will be made, or permission granted, by
\ We will pay cash /for_air the_ resident concerns doing/ business I- charges. '11. -'Course,[and Program InformationTo this school system for any students living in the communityIt
:: : : -:: : :== ; .
moneyyoubringherandlnane IB | In this state. 7. Exempts cloth, plastic "guide students and parents in making a choice of serves to attoid school] In another school system, where
: l | The rates of tax were Increased and other similar materials
school listed below, by schools] are the, courses and programs this would tend to limit desegregation or where the opportunity

-. here. (In the form of dividends and many generally transactionsnot to 4 percent used tion from for shade frost, mulch"protec or-Insects. :"by which, inot'given at every school] bv this school system: Is not available to all students without regard 'to race,

taxed before now become a farmer on a :'farm owned, \' Bradford High School: Agriculture I & II, Spanish, VocationAl color or national] origin. No arrangement will be made, or

added to your account regu taxable. Since the law becomes leased or sharecropped by him. ,. Rehabilitation, French, D.C.T.. Latin. permission granted, by this school system, where this would
effective April 1, 1968. it is 3. Taxes at,4 per cent films, Kj'.E!; ;M ih School: Industrial Arts Grades 712. tend to limit desegregation, or where the opportunity la not
J larly.) Open a Savings:Account essential] that everyone to transcriptions and other expendable 7. Signing' the Choice FormA available] to' all students without regard to race, color or

'. whom the revised law applies ] items used tn'pl'O choice) form may be signed (by a parent or other adult national origin.
now and we will pay compound i shall be advised of the new ducing- radio or television ji perion.,swung M parent.. A student who has reached the age 17. Violations To Be ReportedIt

requirements and immediatelytake broadcasts. of IS at 'the time of choice or will next enter the ninth or is a violation. of our desegregation. plan.for any school
dividends so your.-accountwlll steps to comply. I 9. Imposes 4 per cent tax 'any higher grade, may sign his own choice form. The student's official] or teacher to Influence or coerce any. person In the

The Revenue Commission Is I I on leases or rentals of parkingor choice( shall Jb controlling unless a different choice Is exercised making of a choice or to threaten any person with penalties
GROW! r prepared to advise and assist storage spaces for "motor by' 'his parent before' the end of the period which or promise favors for any choice made. 'It Is also a violation
the public In every way possible vehicles in privately'1owned the dtddent :exercises his choice. of Federal regulations for any person to Intimidate, threaten,
to accomplish prompt parking lots or and
garages t.: P.roceBsuig'' Choices coerce, retaliate or discriminate against any individual for
voluntary compliance. Those the:leases or rentals of dock-
ND choice will be denied for 'other than over- the of Interfering with the free making of a choice
aqIEt.nan! defined as dealers under the Ing or storage space for'boatsIn any reason purpose
Savings S ] new law who are not already privately owned docks" or .C crowding".In; : :Ceases "where"granting all choices for any school of school. Any person having any knowledge of any violation
registered should promptly marinas. would: cause overcrowding! the students choosing the school] of these prohibitions should report the facts Immediately !by
h L0 apply at the Revenue Commission 10. Expands tax on admis- who live."closest to It will be assigned to that school. When-* mall or phone to the Office of Civil Rights, Department of
< ;"-i ASSOCIATION OF STAfcKE I office in the area sions to include philharmonic ever,a: choice Is to be denied,.overcrowding will determined I Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, D.C., 20203 (tele
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9645000IT'S where their central] office or associations; opera guilds little by a uniform ',standard applicable to all schools In the system. phone 202-962-0333)). The name of any person reporting any
business is located. Non-resi- theatres and similar or- 9.> Notice of Assignment, Second Choice violation will not be disclosed without his consent. Any other

dents should apply direct to ganizations. Ali students l and their parents will( be promptly notifiedIn violation of the desegregation plan or other discriminationbased
Tallahassee. 11. Removes exemptions and
; studentbe i on race color, or national origin in' the school systemIs
writing of their school assignments. Should any
Here's what the changed taxes at 4 percent dues paidto
law does: civic, fraternal and religious denied "his choice because of overcrowding he will be also a violation of Federal] requirements, and should likewise
1 I.iEGTA [ 1. Expands coverage to tax clubs and organizations. promptly notified and given choice among all other schoolsIn be reported Anyone with a complaint] to report should
: first it to the< attention of local school] officials, unless -
commercial] offices and buildings 12. Imposes taxon. magazine .the system< .where space Is available.
) at 4 per cent. The landlord subscriptions 10. Students. Moving Into the CommunityA I he feels It would not be> helpful to do so. If local officialsdo

owner or agent! is required 13. Continues exemption on, choice of school for any student who will\] be new in not correct the violation promptly, any persons familiar
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in to register each ]location. general groceries and?;medt-. 'the school"''system; may be, made during the spring 30-day with the facts of the violation should report them Immediatelyto
and collect] from the tenant cines and Education and Welfare at the
: ho.ip.ltal rooms choice 'perl&d'br at any other time before he enrolls in school. the Department of Health
). and remit the tax due. meals: seeds, feed4'and fertilizers An .explanatory'' letter, this notice and the school] choice form above address or phone number.
\ Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless 2. Expands coverage to taxi I ; religious, charitable and
: all fuels including] : electric I educational] non-profit Institutions ...., .
power at 4 per cent- except : newspapers: professional
gasoline or other fuels] on insurance and .
The Name els'Registered which 7 cent highway tax is al] service transactions.:.*-person-I JT'S EASY TO WRITE

I imposed. Exempts fuels used 14. Taxes at 4 per cent all ., \
v,. ,1.
r Read This Florida'Law by generate private and electricity public for utilitiesto sale.1 able transactions at 3 per cent heretofore with tax-the RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS

3. Imposes a tax on Indus exceptions noted In Paragraph -
trial] machinery and equIP- 4 and 5 above. I .." 1 ,y.lr .
"It shall be 'unlawful for an* r peraonsVas"ieflaed fcetito, U ment at flat rate of 3 per, 15. Adjusts brackets as follows I HGI

t engage in business as herein defined,_under. .a.tfetllleaa| name as hereto. de7T cent, thus removing $5.000,J : Follow these simple]: ..rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.

fined' without and unless said fictitious ...... abal h. rcttred. with the limitation 4. Increases previously from] 2 In per effect.cent 26c lOc to to SOc 25c-one-two cents cent; Sic tax to: I Rememberji.'ypqKa;:; : Want Ad Is nothing more than salesmanship in print.

'. clerk of>f the circuit court of the e.tmty where the prlndp! plae. M bwlMM. to 3 per cent the tax on the I 75c-three cents: 76c to $1.00' when
Write dot r'Warit 'Ad in the same friendly style you use tellint
'- _L. with registration shall consist flllnc with the dirk af reanld aa affWavtt sale of motor vehicles, Includ- -four cents. fA. 1 C'-f.JT- '

:' rimed_ by all interested persona, atating.:wider eth tiI. Mam** W ing aircraft and selfpropelledor ,, 16. Continues In effect all trien..ds ana neighbors) about what you have to offer. .'. -'
power-drawn farm equip previously adopted compliance -;
'. all thoM interested in the business 'eaterprtea% the ..teat .f U. !IB- ment. The rental of such and enforcement laws 11".

..: t<<.st" each, and the fictitious name antler whUk. amid aiaaw 10 carried equipment Is increased from and procedures. i Dont Abbreviates. Don't Foolish be Penny-Wise and Pound

..... .. ssa d drlac Surveys Mid at'ttttlea that most .
.n. Said registration may nf be aud ntil the per 'prove .-.
'; BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF Want Ad readers' do not like or under- It makes good common sense to eliminate
to engage In business under a fictitious name ahall have adrertteed hta, er PUBLIC INSTRUCTION stand abbreviations.( Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want

: their intention to register said fictitious name at teas* eDee a weal k for four' people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the

.' (4)) consecutive: Weeks! in some newspaper,as defined ky law ia. the .....t,. Dear Parent: don't keep them) guessing with abbrevi effectiveness of your Want Ad by male-

where said registration is to be made,:and "aid reflatnt&Mi aha mot I. We Our will community has adopted a school desegregation.plan.' ". ': .;,.:.: shone ing It Incomplete. Remember you're not
no longer
have separate schools for children of different 'j i
accepted by the clerk ef the elrcuikOMrtxncept.vpW: : receiTiax pr..el .! races. The desegregation has been Pu Yourself( la the Prospects' Shoest I placing a Want Ad to save money .
plan accepted toy results
: you're inserting your ad to got
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= ; ::: --- J'
: --:-::: Civil Rights Art of 1964. tails about what yon have to offer. short may save a few! pennies that lose
I The plan requires every student cr his parent to 'choose Describe your offering In benefit terms you dollars In results.

:I If you are engaged in busiiiVinder t any} name the< school the student will attend In the coming school year.It .satisfies. tell prospects why your offer And It Is Easy To Order Tour Aa
docs not matter which school the student Is attendingthis .:: their needs. Give sizes, dimensions '
and it docs capacity, condition advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors wW
year matter whether that school was
t other than and11aY n had this And don't forget prtcel! Want Ads help you word your ad for best pos
I your name formerly white or a negro school. You and your chdd'may ; .
owp, : select any;! school you wish.A ." without .price are 60% less effective alble results. All you do Is pick up your
choice of school i Is required for each student,'A than ads with--price. telephone and they to the rest.
I properly advertised andi! ptgreil!l l; we will be cannot be enrolled at an school next school year unless.'

choice of schoou Is made. This spring there 'will be a:30-day: Only $1 I For 15 Words

choice< period, beginning March 15. 1968 and' ending',Aprtl>> ... .
:I glad] to give you aH necessary l ;!lrifomJatioD f as towhat 15, 1968. .. t.;

-CM. Sjf''A'? Ii A choice form listing]I the available schools and grades, .. '..
} Is enclosed This form must be filled< out ad! rcturn .',Yqu .
you may mail It in the enclosed envelope, or deliver It. by handto ..
:....: .o1._ I .. .
: o:; tiny school! or to the address above any time ,.during'.the30day :

n choice period. No one may require you. .to':,fn'e. 'oar : GET RESULTS
.'1l' choice form before< the end ot the choice period. No preference '

will bit given for choosin'g' etly, during the chlce l erlO
No principal, teacher< or other school] offl tat' 'Is' permitted PI lONE 964-6305 -
< to influence anyone In making a choice. Naone, .Is .
permitted to favor or penalize any student or other person'
because of a choice made Once a choice is made it cannot


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