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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 23, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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save the lives of many persons who now

ImposedAfter ; ( die on Bradford County roads before
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I they reach the hospital, says John Wa-

having been previously ters, chief of operations, for the Cityof

convicted on similar charges, Jacksonville.
: Dorothy and Helen Rlsby and

/ k kt Dorothy Helen Rlsby and Thomas Jacksonville's death rate gency control center monitorsa
L. Albert were both found from heart attack has been low system of phones) on every
t guilty of liquor violations In ered 38 per cent In tile pastrour other corner which the pub-
County Court Tuesday and fined ;years by use of specially; lic uses for notification of
: T t'i $501 each by Judge Theron equipped) ambulances and pro- accidents.The .
Yawn. perly trained personnel, Waters control center immed-
Albert changed his plea from told a group of city, iately dispatches to the scene
_. not guilty to guilty; of maintaining iir. county; and medical authoritiesIn one of the emergency vehiclesand
a place of business for the r a program In the Bradford a fire truck. The vehiclesare
sale of In courthouse last Thursday night. stationed at strategic locations -
liquors a dry county;
Top BHS Students where prohibited. He was fined. Info In Seconds, Not Days Details on a proposed seven 7 at fire stations, and
soi county emergency medical care 4 at hospitals. ,
$ or 90 days in Jail. outlined The Jacksonville system Is
delivery system were
Just 10 of 1,100 Bradford High School students' .arn.d, Straight A'I for.h. fourth He had previously been In the, With Ita new IBM teletype machine the Starke Police .to about 40 persons. operated under the JacksonvilleFire
court on similar targeUUld: Department Employees
!: Department canfind out .computeivin-.Juat: rseconds. ; --
, ,:;i(*:w..lc.'of chool' which fended t o"w.eh ago;' They'or.(1.( rJ Carol BeVnVMarr" had been convicted of the pos Prior to flJtll titii-Wate '. receive 80 hours of basic me '
In whose name a car is registered, or get a personal
,' ; 'Poarsall Both Chapman Richard Kirkland Searle met at the Bradford County Ical training, 35 hours of car
,. Jon Hjolmar McMillan, Judy session of Intoxicating liquors check on suspects. Information can be received over
'Young, and- Becky, Jackson, plus Connie Chostain'and DarUne Hobbs who or. nor with Intent to sell In a dry the teletype' from a computer bank in Tallahassee thatcan't thorities.Hospital! with local medical au- diac care, plus more advanced
thown. county. On his first conviction training In hospitals.As .
be repeated over police radios from another law Bradford's part of the
Beth Chapman and Jon Searle, two freihman, and Judy Young, a senior have he had received lighter fine of enforcement agency. federally financed emergency proposed a result of training and
earntd straight A's In subject all four six weeks record $151.Charges medical (CEMC) Waters the EMC Delivery System Jack
every a perfect so far this of possession of Intoxicating All types of criminal records can also be ascertained. : care
sonville deaths from accidents
said, would consist of
.
liquors with Intent to and cardiac has declined
The new units are being supplied police department $120.000 for Improvement and cases
sell In a dry county against Albert every -
38 cent In four Waters
per
were dropped by the state. In the state. All sheriffs departments and every enlargement of the emergencyroom years
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term.Bedford state highway patrol station already have the units. at BCH plus $21,000 for says.Jacksonville's
Dorothy Rlsby was found gull.. one emergency vehicle or am. death rate Is
Case ty by a Jury of selling alchollc Operated by Officer Debbie Rye, above, the IBM com bulance. now 5.2 per 1,000 accident: vic-
Dope beverages without a license munications terminal works via telephone lines. They "The least we,stand to gain tims, he said, reeling statistics -
and was fined $501 or 60 daysIn cost from $10,000 to $12,000 per unit. Is this equipment even if we : off his tongue with ma

the county Jail. In operation In Starke for three weeks now, the unit don't add anything to it after chine-gun precision. In comparison i
Under cover agent Jimmy has greatly increased the efficiency of the SPD, accord- federal funds cease," said the death rate In rural
Collins testified for the state ing to Chief Ken time required to receive County Commissioner Ralph counties, such as Bradford,Waters
Defendants Receive tag numbers and.information on criminals from Bryan, Bradford official most said Is 23 deaths per
($.. Page 8)) days to Just minutes. familiar with the emergency
health care proposal.Jacksonville's ($.* Page 8)llr1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1iiii1:1:1)

EMC systemnow
1 M fP t{ consists of 11 of the new
Suspended Sentences type ambulances each with special :::::::::::::::::;;;:: ::1:1:1i:1i1:::: : 1

equipment to treat heart !lli
f t attack victims as well as other '
-- h types of injuries. An emer- 1diJ: 1 f mOWn
Nine of the ten defendants charged them with conspiracyto dismissed. ly Y W I fllillil
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In the Bedford Lake dope case possess marijuana and various Most of the defendants,whose .
es pleaded guilty to one count controlled drugs with the ages range from 19 to 25, were 4 .... .
of the several Federal charges Intent to distribute them. The students living In Gainesville. Region '
in U. S. District Court other counts, including one a- They were using two cottages "
Jacksonville, this week and received gainst Jack Campbell for possession .
each. sentences of -five years of firearms, were (See Page 8)) Science I I


Federal Judge Thomas Clary

suspended the sentences and City Radar Unit Fair Set !:j i::; BRADFORD HIGH m j 1
placed all defendants on five
years probation with the warn 1t 1 DRAMA CLUB 11 m1

ing that he was giving them a Now In At '1:: I;:::::::
OperationOne LCCC
chance, as first offenders, but .. '::::::: Will Present, ::::i
was holding the keys to the Jail :jj:1::: Bel, Kaufman's ';:;:;;;
house for them If they failed citation: and six warn- made and the warning Issued. BSI

to make good. Ing had been Issued Wednesday Another police unit used tile High 25! School students and from Bradford Bradford MId- m "UP THE DOWNSTAIRCASE"

The eight who were sentenced In the second day of opera radar unit later Wednesday, dle School will enter their a- 1 1m
were Thomas J. Assenua, believed tion of the new radar unit which :
several .
Issuing warnings.The ., ward winning science projectsIn
to be the head of the the Starke Police Department .. the Region Four Science and :iii;:::;; .::;;:

ring Patsy; Lee James Walker Newell, Keith I Taylor Chan, Is speeders.The using .In an attempt to curb great new assistance radar unit In will presentIng be of- : _'r._ 3.'_:. : __ -.. Engineering Fair at the Lake !: Friday: Apr. 14 .1:.;..:.f.

dler Powell, Constance Powell, Kal Kustom radar unit evidence In court says Assistant week.City; Community College this .:m;::::: Doers Open 7:30: ;li:::::;

Dennis J. Campbell, James Joseph manufactured In Chanute, Kan- Chief Bill Chambers. MARCH IMPROVEMENT AWARDBaldwin Jimmy Andrews was the over ;m::::. Curtain' Time 8:00ADMISSION :::;:;:f:
Dupre Sherwood Marc It will also eliminate in the
sas went Into operation here
all winner of the BUS and BMS
Willis, and Greg Willis. mind of offenders doubt 1 mi
Tuesday afternoon, Mayor Carl any Science Fair recently.Andrews $ :
Evidence Is still being Hurst told the city; council Tues they are actually exceeding the ::: ::::
Chevrolet-Oldsmobile is winnerof Baldwin painted the exterior of the automobile will be one of the participantsat 1m ;:;
weighed against one of the defendants day nightatlts regular meeting. safe speed. The unit registersa this month's Bradford Improvement Award. agency on US-301 north, and redecor- regional. ::::::: Students 75< :.:::.:
Keith, Combs, with Tuesday night the SPD used the vehicle's speed on a dial and given by the Chamber of Commerce to businesses ated the sign above. Biggest improvement, Senior Mike White and Lee e Adults $1 t;
retains the highest for
speed
the possibility that charges a- unit on the old Lawtey Road,issuing -
both business and customer wise creating Hardenbrook took second and
,was
making an effort to Improve appearances -
galnst him might be dropped.> three warnings. the look speeding at In the driver patrol to have car on a and thus the community Image. Owner the concrete ramp on which cars are parked third places at the local fair. j.0 BHS AUDITORIUMs i!!
The determination will be made Wednesday morning the unit above. The ramp, Instead of steps, make It White placed second while Lee ,
the ::;:: ---- ::;:
scene. --
by the U. S. Attorney and the was used on St. Clair Street Mac Baldwin, center, receives plaque from possible to display more vehicles: on US-301 Hardenbrook took third place ;:
Department of Justice location of recent complaints The unit Is exactly like the BIP Commute/ Chairman John Sanders.Chamber and easier for customers to get up and down overall. .... WRESTLING ..;>.;'.
Exec John Myers looks on. Steve Futch first :-; :::
The count on which the defendants from street level. captured .
were sentenced about small children.speeders One endangering case was ((5.. Page 8)) place honors In the botany division n 1. New Nail. Guard Armory :;<:::':f:

with his work on oxygen t;J: Thurs. 1:1M :
1 :: March 23
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of
metalbollsm
consumption In '

Secondary Priority Plans Laid DOTare vascular Other entries plants. from BHS are ;: :: 8:30: P.M.Sponsored ..1:11.:
By Mark Hardenbrook Steve Hall :::; >. ;:::;:::
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Linda Powell, Lane Powell,Joe :: By ::t
Greg DIanne 1:1:;:!:: :::1

A proposed State Depart will not be represented since complete the county's; numberone should accrue $150,000 by the a prediction and are not ition and survey work In 73-74 Yarn. Debbie Mitchell. Randy :"::;':::'::morlca" Heart & Kidney ':;':,::'.::'
ment of Transportation workprogram the county; presently has Insufficient priority which Is erecting end of 1974 another $168,600 to be taken for granted costing 1572.000. raving estimated Chltty, DomIe Neel, Debbie ,:::; Transplant Foundation #+::::
should give Bradford : funds accrued to complete warning signals at the rail by the end of 1975, another The DOT now plans completion now to cost $245,000 Is Manning, Susan Faulkner, Joan fir
County $887.199 In secondary a single one 4'Jf Its five road crossing on SR-235 at $192,000 by the end Of 1976, of the Pleasant Grove planned In 7475. Dyal Esther Romero, Polly f... c.1 M
road funds In the next six item priority pr' a 'am. New River. Estimated to cost and another$204,500 by the end Road, priority' No.2, by the The Crawford SettlementRoad Young, and Bruce Tucker.:
years, if funds accrue to the By June 30, 1972 the county $15,000, it Is the smallest project of 1977. end of 1973. That 1.3 mile of runs 3.8 miles from SR. Participants from the Middle 'M'mlr. <.' } (QJammunttu&tatf I !
state scheduled. on the priority list and 16 near Hellbronn Springs eastward ': ::, :';
as should have accrued to its secondary Based that expected fundraising road runs between SR-16 and Dlanne Nelson 2J {
on School are ;} auk :
SR-200A _
to the old Law. 1.1. ,
was pushed to the top of the :} : :
The DOT'S annual funds bearings road<< account $46,098, schedule the DOT has SRS-229 (the Brownlee Road- Ma Scott, and Randy Martin.Entries :
for counties was set today, DOT figures furnished to the list because of the small cost. tentatively scheduled completion northeast of Starke. tey road (original 301.) of the regional fair ,j I
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'Thursday, March 23, In Lake county reveal. But that -is not In the fiscal year ending June of all five priority Items Fourth on the priority list will be judged on creativity, :"f i!!* A .r T.taaAa0 N. arw.b v. }!
City. The Bradford' County enough to pave even ,a single 30,1973 the county: Is expectedto by the end of the 76.77 fiscal Priority three the Crawford : Is the Laura Church Road runS -' scientific know bow, thorough- I;....,,.1 r......0.-. __c-.. ...
Commission, tower"not- mile of road.It accrue an additional $126- year.: DOT stresses Clerk Gib Settlement Road, Is toted i
I 'ified the district I....* -floe: It Is enough however, to 000. The secondary road fund Brown says, that the figures for right-of-way acquis ( .. Page 10)) (See Peg 8)) [ Jill11 j1m1l 11111m111 j ummt1i1jJulien



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Beta Sigma Phi Shower Given Rehearsal Dinner ,;i


Holds Preferential For Diane Thomas, For Doc/cfCarc/enas/ / i


Tea Sunday Bride-elect Wedding PartyMr. ;:

Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Miss Diane Thomas, who will ;:
hold its Preferential Tea on become the bride of Edward and Mrs. W.J. Dodd Jr. :
Sunday March 26 from 3:00: to Loper on March 31, was honored entertained at a supper party 4

r 1 1h 4:30: jun. at the home of Mrs. at a bridal shower Wednesday Thursday night, March 9, at ;
Iv 1 C.W. Slade. 951: E. Southgate night. March 15, given the 301 Restaurant honoring S
Drive. by Mrs. R.}R. Howell Mrs their son, Bobby, and his fiancee -
Those Interested In forming Harold Crews, Miss Jane Crosby Miss Annie :ardenaefol-.
an exemplar chapter are and Mrs A.L. Crosby Jr. lowing the couple's wedding.
asked to attend this tea. The at the home of the latter on W. hearsal. !
I requirement for Joining Is four Butler Road.Corsages The dining table was cov-
years In a Ritual of Jewels were presented to ered with a white linen cloth ".
Chapter. the honoree; her mother, Mrs and centered with a silver can-
The sorority will meet Monday .J.W. Thomas, and Mrs. Henry Gooc/mon-Coswe/// // delabra holding pink tapers and :-
March 27 at 7:30 Loper of Theressa, mother of pink floral arrangement In the M
In the lame of Mrs. Carl Johnson the bridegroom-elect; upon We&ing Told center. Down the length of the '...!
Keystone Heights. their arrival. table was a garland of Iw candleholders Interspersed 4

The election of officers for The twenty-two; attending en- Mr. and Mrs. Seeber D. with sliver .
the 1972-73 will be Joyed with prizes during and pink tapers. :
year conducted games Goodman ,
Ir&s announce the marriage '
and also the selection of Catherine GreenTo the party hours. of their daughter, Donna The twenty-five guests Included Janice Mobley/ w
the honored their
Gamma Theta's first "Girl of The gift table was covered Janel. to Ronald Earl Cos- couple, d
the Year" will be held. Wed Mr. Taybr with a lace cloth over pink linen well, son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph parents The honored and bridal party. To Wed Mr. ,Norton: ,
Guest program speaker will and was centered with a 1:-;. Sellers of Tallaha..... couple presented .- ,
be Larry Williams of Starke. mixed spring floral arrange Mr. Caswell Is also the son of per.onalgllta to their at- Mr. and Mr .,,W.Ii Mobley E :
Mr. and Mrs. J. tendants during the .
Loyd Bry supper.CrawfordBurns
ment. The refreshment table the late Lawrence A. Caswell. announce "engagement, of 4 '
Sharon Ruth Crews Becomes Bride an, Sr. announce the engagement was covered with a Hallmark The wedding took place) In their daughter, Janice Allegra,' .K '
Girl Scout of their niece CatherineW.
,
shower cloth with +
Troop matching nap to Emmett Max*Norton, son
Klngsland Ga.
on February 12.
Of Mr. Reed In Pine Level Church Elects OfficersFor son. Green of Mrs., to Larry Jesse R.V.'Taylorand Taylor, kins crystal and punch was bowl.centered with a Mrs. Caswell Is a 1970 graduate of of Klngsley Mr. and Lake.Mrs. E.M.: Norton" I :
of BUS
and Is attencllqr'L.ke :
YearNew the late E.G. Taylor, all City Junior College where Miss ,,Mobley and Mr Norton ::
Miss Sharon Ruth Crews Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Jr. Coming of Starke. ,\
daughter of Louis Crews and greeted guests at the door. The brlde-elect l Is a studentat she Is completing her flrstyear graduated from BUS In 1970.
the late Mrs. Ruth Crews of Miss Carol Parley kept the Patrol Leaders were Bradford High School, and in Child Care She Is employed Miss Mobley Is an employee !
Starke, and Michael Anthony bride's book. In the receiving elected at a regular meeting also a student of cosmetology. by Lake City; Lanes of Bradford County; Hospitaland
Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. line were the bride and groom, of Girl Scout Troop 60S held She will graduate In June. Inc.Mr. Is attending Nursing Schoolat
Caswell SFJC. Mr. Norton Is
graduated from an em-
Freeman C. Reed Sr. of Hampton the groom's parents and members Mr. Taylor Is employed Bythe
at the First Baptist
recently
Leon High School Tallahassee ployee of Florida State Telephone -
were united In marriage of the wedding party. South Georgia Karen and Debbie Glovervls- hr
Church. Those elected were Grocery Co. In + Co.Wedding
He
1968. Is In the Navy .
on March 10, at 7 p.m. In the The bride's table was cen- Donna Brantley, Shard Dobbs, Wedding plans will be announced lied Tina Morgan In Lake City will be
plans '
announced
stationed NAS -
Pine Level Baptist Church Rev. tered with a four-tiered wedding Renee Hamilton, and Janice later. over the weekend. at Jacksonville. later.. ..
John Strickland performed the cake balanced by wedding Saucer. Retanla Coleman was Mr. Caswell Is presently man-
double ring ceremony. candles surrounded by daisies i elected ,Troop Treasurer and Boy Scout> Troop 70 with Don ager of Lake City; Lanes, Inc. .
Decorating the altar were and greenery. The punch bowl Charlotte Luke, Troop Scribe. Stork ShowerFor Hardenbrook, leader held a In Lake City. Garden/ 'Club/ :
white baskets of pink and at another table was encircled Many of the girls were presented camp-out at the Montgomery The couple Is residing a'' ..
gladioli, mums, daisiesand with greenery and daisies. The the Active Citizen Badges Mrs. BagwellThe Camp at Mayo from Friday to 190 Defender Apt. 20 In Lake To Meet MondayThe
carnations against background guest book table held large and the Toymaker Badgeby Sunday. The nine boys were City.
of lighted arch and tree anniversary candle shaped. their leaders Mrs.M. G. S.J. Martin home was also accompanied ,by David
candelabra with burning tapers. a wedding bell. All tables werecovered Boyce and Mrs. DeWitt Fara- the setting for a stork shower Montgomery assistant leader, Starke Garden Club will ..
The family pews were marked with white pleated satin for Mrs. Donnle BagwellTuesday and Wayne Mundorff. Mr. and Mrs. William Bre- meet at 3 p.m. Monday at the ,.
with white satin bows and streamers. floor length cloths with bee.The girls are working on evening March 14. \ land of Hattiesburg, Miss will Holiday Inn for a program emphasizing -
brocaded satin overlays. The Hostesses were Mrs. Mike Carl Harton Is In Intensivecare the''' topic of land-
their Cyclist Badge, and recently spend next week with her parents ''
Mrs. Charloote .Whitehead cloths were edged with a garland rode their bicyles out to Richardson, Mrs. Johnny Johnson In Riverside Ho.pltallol- Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bol- scaping. It Is also planned to
provided a program of nuptial --of fern white satin bows Girl Scout Camp Neyati on Mrs. Sam Martin, Mrs. lowing throat surgery Monday.Dr. linger organize a day circle of the club >
music. and wedding bells. Klngsley Lake where they Ralph Morrison Mrs. Virgil Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Craw- at this meeting.
Given In marriage by her cake Morrison and Mrs. George) R. E. Dopson ford of Mrs. Hugh Simmons, director .1
Serving the wedding enjoyed lunch and games with was on a Mr. and Mrs. G. E. LanIer Hampton announce the ,
father the bride wore a full were Mrs. Rose Farr and Girl Scout Troop 614 who accompanied Morrison.The speaking engagement In Tampa engagement and approaching of District :5, will!\ be a featured -
length satin gown with lace and Mrs. Joan Mowry. Presidingat them on the bicycle lace covered refreshment Sunday and received an Invitation vannab. marriage of their daughter speaker on the program.
pearl trimmed bodice, long the punch bowl were Miss outing table was centered witha to speak on Chrlopractic overnight guests of Mr. and Donna Faye. to Robert, Burns, 4
full sleeves and floor length Ruby Pressley and Miss QuIn- three-tiered cake Iced In In Puerto Rico this summer Mrs. W. H. Nollman. son Of Mr. ana Mrs.von Burns, :
train. Her waist length veil ell Pressley.. blue, decorated with pink roses of Mlcanopy.The DUPLICATE BRIDGE \
was secured by a crown of Little Miss Ginger Crews DKG Chapter and topped with a miniature Miss Katharine Peek was Local admittances to Bradford wedding will take place WINNERS }
pearls. She carried a cascade pasted out rice bags and was blue crib holding a ptxle home Thursday to Tuesday from County Hospital this week Sunday; May 21, at 3:00 p.m. ,
of whitj. pompoms with satin assisted by her brother.Frank- Meets At t SJRJC baby doll. ?Georgia Southern College. Include: J. C. Brown Jr., Mrs 4< ,'3 -In ithe': Hampton Christian Dr.: Paul B. Patterson and. *
streamers. T.MrCS iJS..C"'I..PJt;, i R 1Jjp4*? NI i ",,1)q>Jta le was centered Ruth Reynolds, Mrs. Nell Gar- Church. William Mendenhall were-the 4
Lillian Prtsfty> '=!''w then of the'Broom. Vr++>!: *xr*"-"*:. cino rink'Jli 'urttilinE -, wlthw-an> arrangement of pink +t't ilrs. H. M. Rlcharde and ner, Thomas Howard, Mrs. All friends and relativesare winning couple at Duplicate J
served..as matron of honor., -,Following a wedding trip to .Seas" was the theme or Dls-i! and blue roses under a pink Mr. and Mrs. Richards Jr. Marla Kersey, Joseph Brant- Invited to attend. Bridge Tuesday night wherethere I
She wore a full length gown Disney World the couple Is residing trlct n meeting and luncheon and blue umbrella I held by a and family of Gainesville spent ley, James Crawford, Mrs. were five table,in play. ,
of pink with empire waist, In Starke. of Delta Kappa Gamma societyat. diapered baby doll. the first of the week In South Mary K. Luke, William M. Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs. ?
mandarin collar and long .the St. Johns River College Games with prizes were enJoyed Florida. Doughman and Joseph D. Warren Harry Mooty; were second; and .'
full sleeves, with contrasting last Saturday with 12 chapters by the 30 guests. Starke; Mrs. Sarah Staf- OES SupperThe Curtis Sanders and T. A. Sunder ?
deep pink velvet ribbon the represented. The hostesses presented the Mrs. E. K. Perryman and ford and Miss Brenda Mattox, .were third. $
waist and In her hair. She carried Mrs. Muriel Norman gave a honoree with a baby strolleras Mrs H. M. Richards visited Palford Thomas Malloy, Cecil Starke Chapter Order of ri
a bouquet of deep pink report of the State committee a memento of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Crlffls and Jim Shuman,Waldo; tire Eastern Star will have a '
on Professional affairs. Mrs. In Jacksonville last Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
roses. .
ro William L. Beam Lake Geneva; covered dish supper Saturday
Miss Gloria Crews served. as' Edna Hart represented the state HospitoAwdliary/ day. Granvllle Wright, Melrose: night at 7 o'clock in the Ma- and Mr. and Mrs Jim Lawson if
bridesmaid, wearing full Arrivals Publicity; committee. Miss Levi Rhoden, Hampton; and sonic Hall. All Masons and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ,j
length gown of yellow with empire New Kathryne Epperson participated Mrs. Carl Sapp Mrs. Wilma Mrs. Myrtle Baumgartner, their families are Invited to Smith and family and '
waist, mandarin collarand on a panel on Professional The Bradford County Hospital Kronenberger Mrs.W. B.Mun- Jacksonville. attend. A. B. Walker in Savannah Ga. ,-
long full sleeves.- She wore Problems. Auxiliary meet Monday dy, Mrs. Louie Bell Parks, on Sunday '
contrasting deep yellow velvet Bradford County Hospital announces Outers attending from Alpha March 27, at 7:30 p.m. In the and Mrs. Mabel Stringfellow
ribbon at the waist and In her the following births: Nu chapter were the presidentMrs. Methodist Fellowship Hall. visited Disney World last Tues rt
hair, and carried a bouquet of Marie Mrs Miss Julie Furlow of Gainesville t
Wdbdley ;
deep yellow roses. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence COlby Sue Wlnkler Mrs. TommieNolhn will give a talk on nutri- day.The
Kelly Forsyth served as Cornell, Starke. a son, Aaron Mrs. Kate Sheppard, tion. Methodist Women's Sunday
best man. Cecil: Presley and Bryan. March 14. # Mrs. Evelyn Haney, Mrs. School class had dinner at ; I a e j
Stormy Reed attended as Maureen Paul Mrs. Joyce the Swedish House In Gainesville -
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cline Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk
g tiArecepn Weldon, and Mn. Joann Bath have had as visitors, Mr. and Monday, night celebrating
demons
was held In the Lake Butler,a daughter the birthdays of Mrs F. W.
,, Teresa Lynn, March 14. Mrs. Earl Davis and daughter,
building where and Rex An-
youth arrangements Strickland Mrs. .
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Mrs. Bobby Welch and chil- Beverly, of St. George, Ga., .
of gladioli, mums, carnations Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. dren of Fort Walton Beach will and Miss Paula Milton, Macdenny derson. ... ...e-Eas't.e .E: i
and daisies were used Starke a son March spend next week with her last Thursday Stanley
Creech, parents :
against a background of palms 21. Dr. and Mrs.O. L. Haynes Anderson and Joe Anderson of Mrs. H. G. Bellinger visited SALE DAYS: THURS., FRI., SAT. t
her son-in-law and daughter
and other greenery. Jr. last
_._ Georgia Tech. Wednesdayto Mr. and Mrs Jan Douglas, In "
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Sunday; and Mrs. Francis
Tallahassee over the weekend. .
'
Stone of Woodbine Ga. on '.

Tuesday. Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indianapolis .
At 11 lad is visiting her mo- MADE TO SELL s
p.m. ther. Mrs. W. S. Slade, and
sister, Mrs Clyde Sinclair for FOR f99 $Q99 :
a. several weeks. Mrs. Hurst ar.d 5J
broke her right wrist last week
A. 0 while vacationing In Homasas- FRESH AND
0 NEW
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'v't VZ' CURRENTWOMENS ;
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ter- 10F MpNt
wUlegar Jr. attended the GIO wEPIC1UaE ouE11E5
0 0 in end.Jacksonville over the week- SS'14ES Esl rLAc


Mrs. A. C. Yongue and Mrs. ; FASHION

0a Emory Dean of Reddick were
0 Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs

J. G. CaldwelLMr. ib;: SHOES

and Mrs. Richard SI,
I John and daughter, Joy, attended -
the funeral of Frank.
Durshlmer In Cross City; Saturday -
The St. Johns also visited 88 j
the Durshlm.r family In
0 Stelnhatchee Saturday after- .
noon. FOR .

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins .f
of Atlanta spent the weekend (

There's still time with Mr. and Mrs. Ode Wig 1 h,
gins. Joining the family on Saturday NewSpringcolorfandatytea' ::

were Mr. and Mrs. Jim- ;,., in many h.. haghts.CrhnkI. .
SNAPPY Cotton( corduroy my Wiggins and family of Jack t 'r't patent end 0th.,.in whit*. ,.
crops up for spring In the neat- sonville. ,
bone blue; red end beIge .
est pantsuit style around. In a .
It's not too late to save;yourself DONT LIT AN AMATEUR DO pale vanilla tone the light Mrs. Carl Mathews entered j
Hag BLOCK'S JOB. weight corduroy Is cut into a
Income lax aggravationhat comes1- snap-front shirt Jacket and Riverside Hospital Wednesdayfor ...HURRY IN
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with preparing ;your own return. straight-leg pants. Complementing surgery.
the Habitat N-O-W!
sportswear :
II A R Block's charges! _art at f 5 ensemble is a U-neck ..
Mr. and Mrs Keith GUllng-
and the average cost .was under, H&R 81 ck sweater layered over a print ham and family! of Per line will FOR BESTSELECTION
912.5O for"over'7:million returns 0 cotton shirt. spend next week with her parents !!! :

we prepared last :yeatvAggravation : .exs Mr. and Mrs. Guy' sale. ..

I.n'*lax' ledu etible. The income tax .
people. '
TILL HASXT: seen the Mrs. Hazel Hitch! and Mrs..
And .;Hfjil,( new women's Db.magazine, Edwards attended the ''Jrs. WHAt- iJ '
we are. but Is looking forward to it asa graduation Pearl of Mrs. Franklin I_ GEJ F 1' ; THE lQW pf1.t.Ce THAT 'to'ONI I ;

OPEN 9 A.M6: .PM., ;mRU SAT: source of bold, new recipes.e Hitch last Saturday from UF

PHONE 96/826 11* N. WALNUT S7. e e Law School where she receiveda

HO APP OPEN, TODAECESARYONLY; quickly. world that day I* moving that soma to ,tended degree a luncheon In law.\ They at the also) homeof at- JI QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES c3I w .!

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( 25.DAYS LEFTI! ) tlmu war art over before 10* Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bitch .
pet l a chance to pat into 'thtn. for family and friends.
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Mac Baldwin

Miss Joyce Denmark,daughter Mrs. H. L. Speer of Starke
of Mr.and Mrs.S. G. Denmark -, and daughter, Mrs. E. P. Bo-
oT Starke, majoring In land and Mrs. C.were. 1.. Sims of F
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early. childhood education at Athens Ga. In Pohoke fen
LaGrange College, LaGrange 1 1e. Friday to Monday attending
Ga. worked at tile First United I. the three 50th anniversaries
Methodist Church Kindergarten of the town of Poholtee, the rl til
of LaGrange to provide trainIng First Baptist Church and Po-
experience; of working with hokee Woman's Club.
,
pxw-etementary children comparing -
t class room theories Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
with real-life situation She of Starke and daughter June,
Is a 1968 graduate of Bradford of FSU and Mrs. Gene Ivey : .
High School and a' senior at of Dallas, Texas, spent the
LaCrange's program for future weekend with another daughter,
teachers of three eight-year- t Miss Jayne, Hardy In Atlanta. '
old children. a
Mrs. Olin White. Mrs. J. E. .
Hardy Mrs. Henry Godwin. :
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry .' Mrs. A. J. Eaves and Mrs. (
had a family supper party Sun- t Lola Johnson were among those S
day night on their son Drew's ;c.x attending tile Community !
13th birthday, and Mrs. F. H. x ++ Church Women's silver tea and .
Kramer's birthday. book review In Keystone Heights .5
last Friday.
Mrs.James Barron and Mrs.
R. V%Turner are visiting Mrs. Mrs. James Hamlin and son.
Barren's deter Mrs. W. J. Jimmy of Birmingham Ala.
,Johnston In Miami Tuesday to visited her mother, Mrs. W.
Thursday and attended the funeral E. Plummer, last week. II aldwin C hewrole'-Glds
of Mr.John*tone on Wednesday -
morning.: Mr. and Mrs.Joseph Lacayo
of Tallahassee spent the week-
Douglas Seymour of Tampa end with Mr. and Mrs. James.
and Hallie Seymour of Gainesville Barron. Now Offers/
spent the weekend with
their, parents Mr. and Mrs.' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes
J. D. Seymour and attended the were last Friday evening dinner -
GJO In Jacksonville Saturday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. 5 YEARS OR 50,000
x i it"r John Deas In Lake City. MILES
Miss Jean Whlffen arrived !. w }
home Thursday for two and a Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan-
half weeks vacation from schoolIn cher Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Switzerland.Mrs. Roy Brantley attended the
Shrine parade and barbecue at WARRANTY JiJ't
Ann! Joellenbeck who the Femandina Beach Shrine
has been'visiting toOI'Csugher. Club last Saturday.
Miss Christa Joellenbecii Is On All New '72 Chevrolet Cars A ml Trucks And
Miami for three weeks will ,,:: J
Geri Tuck.r !la wY" spend Wednesday to Sunday with THE BRADFORD All Oldnnoblle Model """
her son-in-law and daughter. COUNTY TELEGRAPH 11-:
ing a power aquo-blo Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Wh.Irtan"belore ",
knit suit
pant by Bobby
returning to tier home) Published every ThurMbyI '
Brook from Eaglet. In Berlin, Germany. Vicki Turner mod.l. 138 W. Call Street Engine, Transmission, Front End, Rear End, And Other Parts Not Even Covered By The'Old
Ing an orange knit suit Starke, Florida 32M1
Larry David Andrews Is convalescing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- by Bobby Brooks along Factory Warranty Are Now Covered By Baldwin
at home for ten days dale were In Marlarma and Eu- with an verblous by Second clnu postage paidat
after being a patient In Alachua faula. Ala.on business Tuesdayto Aileen. SUrke. Florid
General Hospital for five weeks Thursday., The .outfit It from "For Complete Details On The
following a motorcycle ac- Eagles. Subscription Rates. :
cident. Mrs. J.'A. Boran of Minneapolis In trade area: $5.00 per
Minn and Naples, Fla. BALDWIN W ARRA\NTY
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison Is spending three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher year; $2.75 six montbi.Outilde
Sr. spent the weekend with her son-in-law and daughter m of Gainesville were Satur- trade area: $3.59per I
her!In Waycross mother,Mrs.Ga. R. T. Wpps Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Glover. day and Mrs.evening Fancher visitors, Jr. of Mr. year;8>.M aix months Come Out To The Dealership And We Will Fill You In

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During t The Month Of /March

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---- BROOKER in BRIEF ----

Community NewsSCHOOL
BY LINDA G, COX -
NOTICE, ;;:
BARBECUE SUPPER -' ble Class is held weekly each, .
Doena especially enjoyed see- The Heroins will observe)
SET FOR SATURDAYThe Grace Bigham, Shirley Green in South Starke, at Mt. Nebo Monday night. Prayer Meeting
Ing Mickey; Mouse and rldtiu: Palm Sunday, March 26 at 2
Alma Outlaw Betty Hayes, Bp IBlsabetb GIvciM Walker
Brooker Elementary Baptist Church at 3 >>om. All each Thursday night. SundaySchool
with her mother and grandmother at' Allen Chapel AMb!:
PTA will sponsor a barbecue on thanMrry-go-rotiil. and Dolly Harrell. youth Invited to attend. .9:4: $ Sunday, March 26. p.m.Church. The Eastern Stars and
chicken and music The Brotherhood of the NEWS will terminate the service for
country NOTICE
supper
Ask Tommy.; and Bra:1 lee about Masonic Family are Invited to
show both to be held at their aub-m?rine-ridu. Brooker School:>> Saturday sport Friday night: In Orlando Sunday morning, March 12, A- schools In Bradford County will dedicated worker of Gainesville Rov. Leroy; Dt-ls. pastor. BI- be held next Sunday April 2.
March 25. The supper will be Chi Saturday w-j went on to bout 16 men and young menenjoyed start March 31 and end April will speak on the sub- --------------------------------.--------------
served In the school cafeteria Vero Beach 'and visited tth breakfast and fellow- 10. All students: will' enjoy Eas- ject, "Youth and the Struggle
beginning at 5 p.m. with the Mother's: (Mr*. Green's) Man ship together. They voted to ter vacation and attend the coun- for World Peace" Sunday
country music show scheduled and Pop .and our (the Cox) give $50 toward the landscaping ty Fair. Much 26. at 4 p.m. at Mt. (ENfEffl
for 8 p.m. Tickets for the entire grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. the Church grounds M.>rlah United Methodist rstiRKp-G f---
evening, both supper and music, Tom Steele. We returned to The Church has ordered COUNTY WTDE REVIVALA Church on the corner of Oak 1
will cost $2. for each adult Brooker Sunday night! six new pews' to complete the County Revival Is In progress and Crosby Streets in Starke. I
and $1 for children age 12 or Mrs. W, A. Bishop and a church furniture for the new which began Wednesday This promises to be a great -- ACROSS! FROM: II
younger. Russell Green hasdonated'a friend! from hurtle, Ala: sport church. It was also voted to night March 22, anj: will run and timely message. for all, 8TARKE OLD COURTHOUSE\ .
Duroc-Poland China a few days with Mi-t. Pearl spent $100 toward beautifying through April 5. All churches, and everyone is cordially. invited I KATHIJUN HARBY COTOJOM. 0WTOM I
pig to be given away at the Mvkov last woek. While !her the church grounds clubs and other organizations to attend. 1 [ e e e e .
country music show. Ticketson Mrs. Bishop and friend en- SYMPATHY are asked to Join and help /I$' 0] .
the pig are now \on sale for Joyed a trip to Uisie/ Worldon make this period a fruitful har- Greater Bethlehem Freewill .. j t
5 0 cents. This drawing will be Thursday: : O.i SiturdiyMrs.Bishoj ( Our heart-felt sympathy,love vest for the Lord. Plenty of Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper ; ,
held during the country Western \ ''Itte.tcJ.d hose niece's and prayers are extended to seats nightly, 8 p.m. Place, Williams pastor. Monday and i
Show woddlrw, : (Lyin Tordin to :Gary: : the families of James Hallmark Carver Lodje\ Hall corner of Tuesday night rehearsal for the TO THE STARKE PET SHOP : :
Tickets for the Barbecue Supper Limo) In Keystone Heights who passed away last Oak and Reba Streets (North). Easter program 's held. Wad.
and the country music show Also, attend*mr :tU) wedding w'thMrs. Wednesday who and Lem Davis In Starke. nesday night from "; -8 Prayer For all our Low Prices, you can't afford not to Slop :
are now on>>; sale at the Brooker Blsboj wore her friend passed away last Thurs- Meeting Rev. G. G. McArthur '
School and day. w Elementary by on I
Student .
tha students. Tickets for the from M.: )tle, and M.-t. P,,: rl Prayer list for the sick:Mon- WithholdingMay Speaking In Tongues a Sign 1 :
pig may also be purchased at Ma key, who Is alS3 related, roe Barnes, Morris Dyal. Be Unnecessary of the Holy Ghost?" Fridaynight EASTER CHICKS :
the bride, and Mrs. Iva Doug- ;
the school or from the stu- las of Working students may be annual Ushers anniversary ,
Brooker.
dents, who( will be awarded exempt from Federal income for Ushers Boird 1 and .
cash prizes U they are one a? Mrs. Linda Warren and Motoring Over tax withholding on their 2. Saturday beginning at 3 p. 19$ each : :
the top 3 ticket salesman for children. Steve and Susan of m. Classes 2 and 3 will holda .
this if
selling supper-music program Jacksonville spent Sunday wages year they notify Carnival. There will be baseball .
tickets or pig tickets.Be March 19. with Mrs. Inez Border? Check their employers, the Internal and volley ball. The community : :
sure and come out Saturday Green,. Shirley Cherie and Revenue Service stated. ; Is Invited to attend.
night for an evening of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox. Those who did not owe any Dinner will be sold Saturday. 1&db/ VTh.I .
enjoy! melt. Bradlee and Deena. Linda Insurance First tax: last year andexpect to Sunday Is 'Trustee Day. Services I
All proceed will be usec to and Shirley are former classmates owe none in the current year will start with Sunday EASTER i
inprove the School's Library of Bradford High School. should so certify to their employer School at 9:30. Morning ser- ._ _
needs. People planning to visit vice at 11. Dinner will be servedat II 1
CHURCH NEWS BUNNIESu.
the IRS said. This .". : ,
BROOKER BAPTIST neighboring Canada or Mexico 12:30. League at 4 p.m.
PKPSONAT.S:: ; CHURCH by automobile this year were would eliminate the need to Evening Worship 6 The 11.49 1L'
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox About 200 people cautioned today to double- file a tax:return next year unless general public is Invited. :
Bradlee and Deena, along with New River Associational enjoyeda check their auto insurance before there has been tax withholding LIVE :
Mrs. Inez Green,. enjoyed a Youth Rally at the Brooker .rowing the border."Canada'e and the student Greater Allen Chapel AME ;
trip to "Walt Disney World on Baptist Church last Saturday insurance wishes to recover it. Church, Rev. C. E, Jenkins, EAmlIUOUtGS : ;
; requirements -
March 3. It Services will with I
Friday was like night. After the Students who qualify for pastor. begin
service
living a day:, In a story book. refreshments are relatively: simple to exemption from withholding Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Rev.C I L
were served by meet, but those of Mexico pose E. Toston will bold the )1. 4'9'' $169 i
in submit
more of a problem," said the should fill and a second quarterly Conference 1 1I
Insurance Information Insti Withholding Exemption Certificate Sunday Morning at 11. March
Grand : I each
Ole"Opry (Form W-4E) to their 26. all boards are asked..to R I a
tute.The Institute said that as employer, the IRS said.Those make their reports. Evening = '
DIG DAYS who wish to renew their ex- service, 5:30: p.m. :
2 long as you have as much as I
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should file ,
MM 7th And 8th $35,000 insurance, you emption a new
liability
April .
The District Conference of a Full
form because exemption cer- Line Of
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will meet the minimum requirements West Jacksonville District will '"""
tificates filed for 1971 < '
of the financial responsibility expire be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday, 1 ar I .vi> '" '
Old Time Country Mtuic Springtime Jamboree laws of all but one of the April 30.Single. income March; 29. Reports will be taken I Cat Bird ;

AT TUT;1, be provinces.required That to means prove you you may are of less students than $2,050 with, and- Literary from the Reports pastors and Thursday Discussion : ALL CLASS ,* Dog Small Animal I I.;
I
BLUE GRASS SPECIAL good for that amount in the married ones filing jointly will be made. All mem- I 10 GAL. AQIAIIIIM I
with income of less than bers are asked to cooperate
event of an accident. The other $2,800, will generally not owe with this activity to make thisa :6 5 YEAR

COUNTRY MUSIC PARK .a province$50,000, British minimum.To Columbia. has any Federal income tax for success.Fellowship( Hour will be heldrwrwww : L UARANTEE I SUPPLIES : a ag
said. '
1972! the IRS
verify that you have the ------------------------------------------_ =
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ask your agent or broker for a ..
In Person ,, yellow card which I is readily .
x LAND lilt N'R1 STARS available for that purpose.Mexico .
TV MOM AND RCCORDMU: requires motoring
Jim AW JeD're AND THE visitors to carry insurance froma ':;
VMBINM' tori1ATMMT OBIT Mexican-based company, IT: $

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which you may be able to obtain .
*MSS CAROL. JOHNSON in advance or; ,which may .

PLUS. MW BROWN be purchased at mOIl point. .:.. .' &
.OMIrtM T TENNESIEECUT Mtr tU.H Wl.K"tU.AND ,, along"the border.'The' ,Institute! ;;. ....",'iwI--" Ii
HDM.M 8UCK RfKII warned! thai if you are involvedin f
oNri0 MOM :THE IEIII FOWIT1ITM LITTLE HOT MIJEH ft an accident in Mexico and .. ., .'
THt RAT TOP TH A VfLEIII ; \ .
THE ILUECRASS TARHEEU do not have the proper coverage i ,v 1 .
---PLUSMANYMCitE your car may be impounded i' rI,yr ...
v a As and you might even ...
wind up in jail. .
When you apply ,for your t.
Mexican policy, ak for a listing t
of and broken who
agents
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represent your company below r IT.'
the border. The information r ;
will) be useful in the event of an
accident. :
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Wheat provides directly 1u4'ii 1
about a fifth of the total 1 1 M 5 a, .. J .,. 1 1

TM um AM.T food calories of the world's syf {!

irld y-8 P.M. 1MT Satunfay-2 P JH. i 8 PJN. population.NOW ..
AK: ....ADULT. Ptt telltata.a .
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AtaI]M IN STOCKConstruction -
par U Fiw IM P... Paper. AU colors In the rain t!
Show Held In The Old BamJtan Or Shine bow. Bradford County: Telegraph. ''f .

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-------- Mexican Fiesta Party -------- r SENIOR.

A Mexican fiesta SCRAMBLED EGGS CORTEZ ANNUAlS
party a tun TODAY'S TACOS
to give and guests always t. eggs '!4 eeupoon pepper CITIZENS
Joy the Kay, lighthearted mood an. 1 pound ground' beet 10 or ? taco sheila U cup milk J tailleapoona butler VEGETABLE
that goes with a tlesta. Uta 1 d., finely 3 medium tomatoes, needed 1 teaspoon ealt J 6 '
hood party for chopped chopped and drained
and Mwtesn the outdoors 1 clove garlic minced Shredded lettuce Break eggs Into bowl; add milk and Masoning Mix with fork, P1ANB
both lnexpenalve decoration US ,V teaspoon salt. 1 S-ounce packsce shredded tlrring thoroughly for a uniform color.Heat butter in Magnallte Petlttona and totters were w
Use brightly I ana colorful.. V to 1 teaspoon chili powder Cheddar cheese omelet pan over medium heat. Pour egg mixture Into Magntdlte sent this week to Sen. Russell
clotha colored table- As mixture ( let ated bottom aide, B. Long of the U. S. Senate TRAY A
a big, .1MlKp'p'r flowers for Cook beef onion and garlic till tender and lightly browned In cook portions with apatwa aIlowlnK kkeed portion to flow Finance Comm. urging him and -
also effect. There ire Magnallte square .klUe& Drain off excess tat; add salt and chili to bottom. Cook until eggs are thickened throughout but still his colleagues to support. Congressman
colorful paper designs plate available in powder. To serve spoon meat mixture Into taoo shells; top with moist, 3 to S minutes. Arrange eggs on serving platter; spoon Wilbur C. Mills 3 Tray $1.35ROSES
which chopped tomato,
US dec. shredded: lettuce and cheese. Makes 10 to 1J tomato sauce over top.
oratlve and also will cut clown tacoa. Chairman of the Houte Way
on your cleanup problems. !1/4 cup minced green pepper sauce with tomato bits and Means Comm., who Mid
TOMATO SAUCE'e! Clip minced' onion teaspoons sugar on national T.V. that a 20%
You might even have one of teaspoons butter or 1 teaspoon Worce.tenhdremargarine increase should be and could
the Mexican plnatos banging sauce be ffranted In Social ;
Security .
1 can (15( ounces) tomato Dash cayenne red pepper
benefits without any, further ..
------ ------------------------------------- Increase In taxes. It Is Important -
,I that ALL, senior citizens 2.79 4.79
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Slide's write to Sen. Long ask-
Quality I ing him and his Committee'sgood
I
I I I will In this matter. You 9.49
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don't have to be a member
1a:,. ,I of the Senior Citizens Club to
do so. Even though your handwriting OW P
,AIl ,I Isn't so good or It tOW )MAm\tt\
I you don't spell correctly you MANURE 'UIt
S ,I should get someone to write for d ;
you and sign this letter. It Is L'"
1 I II II I for your own ggrteflt.I !! STERLI2ED _.Sr.srru... 7__ .IM! ! I I I With the crushing burden ofV WEED FREE

I rj V I Inflation small and upon fixed us Income elderly this with 20per ; 40 Ib. 1.67. ,'

I I cent Increase In payments .
." i Is needed NOW. This Is not
.... I I charity nor a handout. We have

j ':' "1'hey Still 1 Make Them Like They Use To" That Is A t I worked throughout Inflation and our Is no paid working fault for of years.this the ;r CLEAN PELLETS GROTONE 97.7

I : 1 elderly. We don't have enough WITH MINOR ELEMENTS

I'I :.; .: .(".' Magic Chef They Do. That's The Reason Slade Sells I Income our to last Inflate meeting anything.At the.Pre _
;, sident of Green Cove Senior 5 lb. -- .89
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I :. Clief. Citizens .suers 10 lb.
Magic I Club Emory Batman ------ 1.49
visited us. He expressed deep ,. ..n 50 Ib. -
I Get What You Pay For L .aU Porcelain Finish Inside And'Out Life ,j jI gratitude to our Starke of his Club club for members the helpwe 3.39

I Time Guarantee With All Burners. Flip Up Top And Lift OH Door For .r'1 ed.gave It was them!mutally In getting agreed start-that

Care And Convenience we get together from time to AZALEA Grotone
time so that we can exchange
I experiences and activities.
It Is good to hear that Waiter CAMELLIA lwu MIX
Of COOKING MAGIC 36"' SUPER Richardson Jessie Bow- .:
RANGE I den and Marion Dtiscoll are GROTONE PELLETS Use With All Plantlnss
back home after a stay In Brad
m UP TOP CONTROLS Ir t ford County Hospital. Lilly WILL NOT BURN ;;
ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES Johnson has also returned home FOR ALL ACID
OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT "-' AS ONE ON LEFT WITH t after a serious operation on LOVING PLANTS
a broken hip and at last reports -
CompletelyAutomatic ADDED WORK SPACE 1I I she Is doing Ite well. 5 |lb. .89 5 lb. ---- .89
We wish them all continued 10 lb.
1.49
AND 10 lb. 1.49
STORAGE COMPARTMENT. -----
I I good health from now on. Irene -
25 lb.
----- 2.39Golden ,
i and AI Nichols were temporarily 25 lb. ----- -- 2.39 ;.
___ I
4 laid up but we are
CHOICE OF COLORS b +s o. 50 I Ib. -- -- -3.98
that .
1 happy they are recovering -
( ) ,4 and they are looking forward
9h1 to being at our next meet- Fertilizer !

I i $23995''. $249 ing.We had a pleasant surprise BY GROTGNE' :

wr.1 seeing Mrs W. F. Herlong at 64-61OO0 2.59 ,:
our meeting. We haven't seen
i her for some time and hope 25% 1.89
,' that her health keeps good so
1 i OTHER I that she can continue to be withus ORGANIC WITH MINORS

-r--_----+ OTHER 36" MODELS FROM A from visitor now to on.our meeting was Giotone :.
30" MODELS FROM Jeisle Riche Jessie Bowden's
: daughter from N. J. We look' S,....
her again'and
forward to seeing ;
Sill.95 $179.95, her husband Harry, before -:
MACHO CHET 1 home. ''' d I .. SAVE $7.00 t.F t.
.
I MAOIC CHCT- W.T: they go back :
W.T. Our sister Senior Citizens 1 : y; REG. :
Club In Hampton was officially _+- 26.95 19.95
I launched this week with a cow ,
1 ered dish lunch. An Executive
I Board was nominated for one
1 Time To Plant
e a a a year and those elected were
g g I II II Ralph Vaughan, Pres.t; Nanny
-v. P.I Belle Brown
I II t tI Treas.Watterson; Bill Maxwell. Sec'y.; ...
s I e I t I l l I II It Lillian Hall Asst. Sec'y.s; and
I Evelyn Vaughan,..House Chair ARGENTINE SJ.H1A SEED
I II man.
t Rev. Hamel, Baptist Minister :
I I II said the Messing and offered Sib. 4.S5PEHSCOLA
0 assistance In any way
I I It he could help for which we, 50 lb. 42.50
of the Starke and Hampton Clubs
t are grateful.
14.7 ft. Our Entertainment Directors [
IIUL::: II CU. Bill and Hazel Richards, BAH1A SEED
I No FrostRefrigeratorFreezer 1 planned a nice program for
our St. Patrick's Day Meeting 5lbs.SO 2A5'II
I which, we thoroughly enjoyed.
A number of our members
I suscrlbsd .to the Congress of I Ib

1 Jet Freeze ice Senior letter which Citizens keeps Miami us Informed News- GREEN THUMB SPECIAL#(

j compartmentFreezer on what Senior Citizens Clubs
I are doing in the State. Pressure Sprayer
: !!i! holds up to I The Bradford County Fair
147 Ibs. y'' h ,? and Strawberry Festival will SIMILIAR TO ILLUSTRATION
\ I be us soon. All members -
upon ,
4 cabinet shelves, one' are asked to have their no. 133 fffe NOW_9.97
1 slides out displays ready for the openIng -
: date. April 5. Arrangements Gardnen l
Choice
will be made at our
$299JJOw.t.Another next meeting.
Senior Citizens Clubs are Or Short Handled Tools
Any Long
1 utuualiuhlu usrluruL 1 mushrooming all over the U.
model available S. Our next door neighbors

Model TBF-15SL with Automatic Icemaker. : 1 In the Melrose move.and uterlachen anon Now 10% OffCOMPLETE

Our next meeting will be the
1 1I annual Whit Elephant Auction
Sale, March :28, at 1 p.m. Pratt;
I I I I Ia Street Center. Bring package: ,
SLADESELlS marked for women or men and
the amount of value.\ This meetIng -
always generates a lot of '"
I I fun and good feeling. All Senior .." -
I ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS I Citizens. are cordially Invited. .- _- ..

1I 1I t Joe Kerrigan


I ONLY PRESEASON 1 FOROM.FEEDS .

Searchlight Throws

FILTER-FLO* WASHER Rectangular.Beam
THE BEST Iii I A new xenon searchlight has
2 SPEEDS been developed for search and
I rescue operations. It providesa LINE
I 3 CYCLES AND SPECIALS 1 unique rectangular beam 18 ,
degrees by 80 degrees.In .
Fllt r-FIo we.h 1 a recent test It illuminated FOR YOUR LIVESTOCK
+''
1 system-code the entire width of the

lint-fuzz. I SERVICES 5,000' BTU- $104.95' Mississippi 1,028 yards, froman
e 3 wish 2 rlmtampgraturet.. I altitude of 500 feet. The illumination GIVE US A CHANCE TO SERVE YOU

I Permanent Press level on the groundwas

I Cycle with"Cooldown". MIA T 8,300 BTU12.500 .169.95 observers intense In.enough the aircraft to enable to We Appreciate Your Business4lOZIDA

j Cold water' .wash and 239.95 read "no Ashing" and "no
ee rlnta. BTU -
Extra wash Mltctlon. IT SILlS swimming" signs intended for-
I
3 wetealevaleelectlone surface traffic;according to the
19,000 B TO 269 85' 1
I maker, Spectrolab of Sylmar, GARDEN

California. .

I $21900 SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES I specially beam To,accomplish Si/natented>ectrolab the mirror utilized ultrawid that a IS'ONTROL CENTER. .


I converts the 18 degree circular .... a aaa,, ca 539 E. Call Street
MODELWWA 8330l 33J w. MacU.oa SL "491a.e NI-4'I01 t beam-to the 18 by 80 deareesrectanular Phone 964.5745
14. __..eI beam.
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Major Polluters Checked, Widows Some Misunderstanding About Insurance

policy provision is deductibleor

Small Fry Still Pollutes VA Claims Insurance(FPR)...TALLAHASSEE-companies writing fictive He: said IMMEDIATELY.that words, or wordsor advertised When Indicate Medicare, the ad supplents must also are Florida exception law as and contemplatedby should be set
insurance similar meaning will not be clearly that surgical or
health and disability medical out on the first 'page of the
benefits not
In Florida have been permitted such as "no medical are avoid
policies policy, so as to any
(FPR.TALLAHASSEE virtually halved during the last notified by Insurance Com examination required, you do payable If this Is the case. misunderstanding or loss to the
Most of the state's major three years. ExplainedWidows missioner-Treasurer, Tom not need to see a doctor, no O'Malley also instructed the policyholder. No company
polluters have finally been Contributing to the reluction.: 0' Malley, that certain practices salesman will call,no agent will companies to show on the face licensed In this state shall issue
brought under control, but said enforcement chief Joseph must be corrected which thousands of small indurstries de Castro, were abatement of veterans who have resulted in public agent, this" low cost plan can be date that the policy benefits a legend to this effect on the
and sewage plants continue to efforts by 24 citrus processing remarried and were widowed a misunderstanding. offered. begin. first page in at feast' 18 point
pollute virtually unchecked, the operations, eight phosphate second time are eligible to have O'Malley Issued a O'Malley also said Policy forms In the past have type and in contrasting color ,"
state Pollution Control chemical complexes,four sugar their VA widows' pension or clarification of a health In. "Misleading attention-getters been filed with the Insurance O'Malley said.
Department said yesterday.In mills and four major Industrieson compensation payments surance advertising rule ef- such as "this policy will pay up Department providing hospital All such: policies that do not -
its annual report the Escambia and Perdido Bays.A restored, but Odell W. Vaughn, I to $50,000" or "collect extra indemnity on a daily, weekly or meet this requirement must be
department's Enforcement total of 67 air and m water Director, VA Regional Office cash up to $62,000" will not be monthly basis with benefits not reprinted and refiled.
Bureau said both air and water pollution violation citations St. Petersburg, reported that We can only hope that no allowed when receiving this beginning on the first day in the For further information
pollution from the state's "most have been Issued by the enforcement there has been no great rush of body Invents any additional amount Is dependent upon hospital. Not to make a point of contact Research, Statistics ,
significant" polluters had been bureau since its applications. professional sports. We can conditions that are almost !this is a practice O'Malley has and Consumer. Information
creation in 1969, said OeCastro. barely impossible or unlikely to oc deemed fair. ..
Pensions, Mr. Vaughn, explained support the ones we State Treasurer's Office; ':'
"But let no one become are paid to needy r have now. cur. "We believe this type of Tallahassee, ((904) 599-0521 '. '?.j.::!
X
misled and erroneously believe widows of veterans who die of .. >,r
that we are running out of work 'os = aes.s wars.w..
not related to military
causes
301DRIVEI
'
because our most significant service. The amount of the ;'

and spectacular polluters! are monthly payment varies with P ;-Bak-----l'
now under control." he said. the Income of the widow and her : Dinette ,

N thousands De Castro of small said there industrieswith are number Compensation of dependents., known officially 1

Show Begins At Sundown "pollution outputs stillunexplored" Indemnity as compensation dependency and or 1 "

small sewage and some systems 2,800 DIG, is paid to widows killed of in : LUXURIOUS DINETTES] FROM $79.95 . 7 PC. GROUPS!: ;. r.t r. ,
FRI., SAT. MAR. 24, 25 providing varying degrees of veterans who were .
treatment, much of it service or who died of service ..
I If
Inadequate.He connected causes FASHION FORECAST- : ,
recommended large, widow Mr. Vaughn drawing said either that pension if a fabric Brushed to cotton watch in denim menswear.Is .the t ,
1 regional sewage systems as a ,
Designer Jon Jolcln uses It fora
method of reducing this source or DIC should remarry, the VA suit sparked by diamond- 1 1Tara
.
of water pollution.De payments are discontinued.Under stitched yoke and bold panel t aNUiMCIRT1r a
Castro said some $250 a law enacted In August trim. Outside pockets and
million has already been spent 1970 (Public Law 91-376)), the close-to-the-body shaping ,give ,
by industrial and domestic payments can be restored if the a neat military air. t \/
polluters to comply with state subsequent marriage Is
control dissolved by divorce or death. count is kept only by the
pollution
being cited regulationsafter by the Mr. Vaughn explained that number of "cases". But the t
growth rate In the r
department."At there are no statistics on pension and
DIC rolls is less than estimated
the start of widows restored to pension and
our
compensation rolls because the when the law was. enacted, he '
program, said the annual Y74
rolls change constantly: and a pointed out. ,
report "the contribution to the ,
I .
.... .
of ---- ,
1"NI pollution state waters by r r ,
industrial and domestic cases '
under enforcement action was t t' :
equivalent to that from a

population persons," of 12.5 million i t x1, !

At the end of 1971, the report I'' y .
added the level had been t "
reduced to half f

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getting your face or your '<.
PLUS hands on a $5 bill." 1 .
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FLORIDA THEATRE t We've offered you big values in dinettes be t
Richard Harris, volatile WITH FEATURES fore but never anything like this I The !
CUNTEASIwUUOfr Irishman with the (great empathy .f.
for U.S. front ..t history I YOUVE.SEEN; ..wide range of styles, the splendid details FROM. f

the says Wilderness his newest Him which, "Man opens in It's Fun To 'Phone! ...J..II14Call ,.,-. .ON' DINETTES; -.are. really.: unheard! :(lf1 at"a'price! so .low. 7 5 ::., ''fni::1II
Friday thru Sunday at the Flor- I i And Everything WipeV'Clean.,with damp 79 1 1I t"1 V Vt
ida Theatre, will help people PRICED; $119! Cloth! ,

everywhere Cod and nature.rediscover both our business office for an t ,1I t tt

"The Valley of Gwangl" will extension phone today and I
111RGI115ton show with "Man In the Wilder t t
ness... get right down to business! uta _

301 DRIVE-IN ,1434 West etttnar t urzrifura Ca S t :

Since the first Clint of Eastwood a new starredin type; of C Florida State Telephone Co. t Street ? 964-5827 Phone [, ;." i'

western there has been a clamor .
TEtnntotea' for him and his films.
.
;
In acknowledgement to movie STARKE, FLORIDAA f

SUN., MON. MAR. 26, 27 fans of whom them have and those not yet who seen did Member: Continental. .Telephone System
brit
"THIS, THAT AND want to see them again ---- ------
United
Artists an entertainment -
THE OTHER" enterprise of the Trans- ": cr ,
america Corporation Is bringing
PLUS two of the best back to the .... ... .
screen In an unusual double r
"LOVE IS A bill. They will appear> locally asp
Friday and Saturday at the 301
WOMAN"Rated Drive-In Theatre with The THE WAGON MASTER
,"
Organization.
X ,. *. .. ;
Also playing at the 301 Drivein PINTO > .
18 Years Up Is"ThIs That, and the of ir" SQUIRE ?i';' >- > ; :.
and "Love Is a woman". Both TERWILLEGAR FORD OPTION ': *
are X rated with the admission -
Adoi. $1.25 at$U25. _

introduces the new _


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FRI., SAT., SUN. MARCH 24, 25,26
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: ]iJly* ( ;!EI'smRATE K \ ; ; .j.( \ ti' .t li: Si !' Drying Floivers Is Old

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OF SEALED. BIDS may have against Mid estateIn Deceased. -
The Board of County Commissioners the office of !the County NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,1y; Zoning Board for reclasslficatfon a written Instument purporting seal of this Court on February Drying natural flowers for decorative blooms such: as straw flowers,
of Bradford County Judge of Bradford County. creditors of the estate of of the property described to be the last will and testament 18, 1972. purposes H a very should be prepared for drying
Florida will receive sealed bidson Florida in the Courthouse in Otis E. Leach deceased are below from EA to RI-C of said decedent has been Gilbert S; Brown old hobby. Almost! every pioneer Immediately, after they are cut
scrap metal.Junk and Junked Starke Florida, within. six hereby notified and required to That portion of the Wl/3 of admitted to probate In this At Clerk of the Court home displayed dried flowers because they dry out so quickly.
cars until Wednesday April 12th calendar months from the date file any claims or demands NWI/4 of NEI/4 South of Hwy court. You are hereby commanded By Beulah M. Moody during the winter time
at 10:00: ajn. at the Bradford of the first publication of this which they may; have against 18 and North of Branch and within six calendar months As Deputy Clerk It seems that such things
County Maintenance Shop on notice. Each claim or demand aid estate in the office of that portion) of NEl/4 of NWI/4 from the date of the first pub- 3/2 4t 3/23 !have been out of fashion for The second method which Is
North Grand street. These Items must be in writing and must the County Judge of Bradford South of Hwy 18 North of Branch lication of this notice to appearIn a good many years and modern, used for drying flowers such as
may be seen,it.the Maln- late the place of residenceand : County.; Florida in the Courthouse .- and East of Bragg Branch In this court and show cause twentieth century women appear coral bells marigolds,pansies
tenance Brown post office address of the at Starke. Florida with- Section 16 Township 7 South Rge If any you can, why the action IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT to be happy with plastic violas zinnias daisies and
Gilbert: S. 1 claimant and must be sworn in six calendar months from 20E. Containing Approx. 25-A. of this court In admitting said IN AND FOR BRADFORD arrangements; or. they never roses uses a dehydrating mix.
3116: 2t to Board to by the claimant; his agentor the date of the first publication This change In classification IB will to probate should not stand COUNTY FLORID learned how to make dried flower Combine two pounds of borax
3/23 his attorney or it will become of this notice. Each claim or subject: to a public hearing to be unrevoked. In re: Estate of L. G. POWELL arrangements. five pounds of corn meal and
void according to law. demand must be In writing and held on Tuesday March 24th THERON A. YAWN County deceased. Dried arrangements should two tablespoons of benzoate of
ARNOLD ROBERT SAUVE must state the place of resi at 7:30 P.M. In the County Commission Judge be exceedingly popular as a soda. thoroughly and spread
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
IN THE COUNTY, JUDGE'S ADMINISTRATORof dence and post office address room at the Bradford Bradford County, FloridaBy part of home decor because about two Inches of this mix-
creditors of the estate of
COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY the Estate of Raymond J. of the claimant and must be County Court House at which Dolores Dampler they are permanent, can be ture in a shallow box. Removethe
LVORIDAy IN Ptfb- Sauve, deceased sworn to by the claimant his time all persona interested Clerk L.G. POWELL deceased are colorful and provide an outlet flowers from the stems
IrE ELZIE SANDERS agent or his attorney or it shall be heard for or against First publication on March 16, hereby notified and required to for a person's artistic talents. and place In the box so that Z
IN REi Estate RAYMOND 138 West Call Street will become void according to the proposal, as specified In 1972. file any claim or demands: Dried flowers grasses and they don't touch. Sprinkle the
J. SAUVE deceased.: Starke. Florida 32091 law. the Zoning Code of Bradford George H. Pierce which they may, have against weeds can be dramatically displayed drying mixture over the flowers
said estate In the office of the until
completely covered.
Attorney for Administrator County. in glass containers such
February 29th 1972. P.O. Drawer 1030
NOTICE TO CREDITORS county Judge of Bradford Coun-
323It "4/13 /sLester John Tor de, Chairman as brandy snifters candy Jars
AH creditors of the estate J. Leach Ad Starke FIa.32091Attorney ty, Florida In the courthouse at
of RAYMOND J. SAUVE. deceased mlnlstrator, Otis E. Bradford County Zoning! for Co-Executors Starke, Florida within six glass teapots, sugar bowls and Additional layers of flowersand
Leach assorted miscellany. And un- leaves can be added and
Estate Board. 316It 4/6
calendar months from the date
are hereby notified In The County Judge's Courtof George H. PIerce 3/16 2tj/ > 324In der glass In a frame dried arrangements covered until the box Is filled.
first of
and required to file of the publication this
any Bradford County: Florida.In P. O. Drawer 1030 take on a fresh Finally seal the box by taping
Each claim demand
notice.
claims or demands which they or
Re: Estateof Otll E.Leach.SAPP'S Starke. Florida 32091 In The Circuit Court of Bradford must be in writing and must life-like luminosity. aluminum foil or plastic over
Attorney for Administrator County; FloridaIn state the place and residenceand There are two simple me- top and sides. Allow about one
-------- The Circuit Court of Florida
39It 3/30 thods for drying flowers. Cer-
Eighth Judicial Circuit Re: The Marriage of Rose post office address of the week for drying.
tain flowers
be
can dried
Marie Thompson the Wife and claimant and must be more
In and For Bradford County; swornto
SAW SHOP In the Circuit Court of Flo CIVIL ACTION NO. William Edward Thompson the by the claimant' his agent, while successfully others by require one process a different When the flowers are dry.
rids Eighth Judicial CircuitIn In Re: The Marriage of Bar- Husband. or Ms attorney or It will become treatment. Try both remove and put a two to four
and For Bradford bara Ann Green wife and NOTICE OF ACTIONTo voM according to law. Inch section of No. 2 florist'swire
County.
methods
& Tree Surgery Equipment Co. Case No. 1283. James Green, husband. : WIlliam Edward Thompson March 6th, 1972. .. and see which on a variety works; of the plants best. through each flower head,
In re: The Marriage of WU- NOTICE OF SUIT Pierce Brothers Roofing GEORGE II. PiERCE.:: CO- The first method is to simply securing the wire by bendingit
We have just the right saw lard E. Williams Husband and To: James Green Residence Company, Raleigh. North Car- EXECUTOR air-dry the collected flowers. into a hook at the flower-
olina. This short wire can
Estate of L. G. head end.
Melba Eloise Williams Wife. and address unknown. Powell deceased Remove leaves from the flower -
for any job To: Wlilard E. Williams. You are hereby notified that YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an stalk, tie the flowers together then be attached to longer wire
Route 2, Box 308 Salisbury Barbara Ann Green has filed action for dissolution of mar- MVY* FRIPP POWELL CO- with a string or fine which becomes the stem.
has been filed
North Carolina. a suit against you In the Circuit riage against Executor wire and hang upside down.
Court of you and you are required to Estate of L.G. Powell de- Leaves be attached
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Florida Eighth The drying process should be can to the
Designed to Petition for Dissolution of Mtrrlage Judicial Circuit In and for serve a copy of your written ceased. done in a cool, dark dry place stem by the same procedure.
NEW injunctive and Other Relief Bradford County; the suit being defenses If any to It on Theron First publication on March 16, where there Is good ventilation. The final step Is to wrap
top log: & has been filed against you entitled: In Re the Marriage A. Yawn,. Jr., plaintiff'sattorney 1972. If you also need leaves they can all wire with green floral tape
of Barbara Ann Green whose address Post George n. Pierce and then make
pulp' woodproduction and a prayer contained within be preserved by flattening your arrangements -
PDULAN the Petition requests the Courtto wife, and James Green husband Office Box 340, Starke Florida P.O. Drawer 1030 !
on or before March 31, inside books or beneath some
award that certain property The nature of this suit Starke Fla.Attorney .
1972 and file the original with heavy object. First put the
Assures Is dissolution of for Co-Executor. Keep arranging trying new
SUPER sa owned by you and your wife, for marriageand
leaves Inside few of
a
the clerk of this Court wither pages
of minor child. 3/16 4t 4/6 plant materials until can
professional l Melba Eloise Williams as tenants custody your so that they don'tltaln you
before service on plaintiffs- newspaper
by the entirety, located You are required to die your make an arrangement you are
the book In which they are
performanceIn : at 111 East Washington Street answer or other pleadings to attorney or Immediately thereafter proud enough to display In
; otherwise a default will Life goes on, light the mother pressed. Dried )
cutting Starke Florida, and more par- the Petition with the Clerk of your home. arrangements
every Flowers that air-
ticularly described as: said court and to serve a copy be entered against you for the o// /jour, as the moves the dried Included are easily can be a most satisfying; and
condition. relief demanded In the larkspur baby'sbreath
o Lots L 2. S and the South thereof upon Petitioner's attorney com- cookie jar up to a stilt highershelf' blue sage and many creative hobby. Plus It's always -
39 feet 7 Inches of Lot 4 A. Z. Adidas Jr.. Ill S. W. plaint or petition. and weeds. Certain fun!
WITNESS my hand and the /for talekeeping./ grasses
Third Street Florida
in Block 9 in Temple's Addition Gainesville -
lying! and being! In Section en or before March 27,
28. Township 6 South otherwise default will be entered
Range 22 East against you for the relief
Come in and ask for a Demonstration to your wife Melba Eloise Williams demanded In said Petition. .EveryayLOWPrice.EveryDayLOWPrice

FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICON ,- in recognition of her' WITNESS my hand and the
special equity therein or into seal of this Court this 23rd

DUTYThe alternative to order its day of S Brown. CENTER CUTSIRLOIN Pantry
partition and you are required Gilbert GRIND OR
Choiceof to serve a copy of your Answer Clerk of the Circuit Court I I PrideREGULAR PERK
or Pleading to the Petition By Beulah M. Moody
farmers on the Petitioner's attorney Deputy Clerk
sportsmen George H. Pierce P. 3/2 4t 3/23 STEAKS COFFEE SUPERMARKETS
utilities O. Drawer 1030 Starke Brad- STARKE'S
ford County Florida 32091 and
maintenancecrews ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 320 S. WALNUT ST.
file the original Answer or
and Pleading In the office of the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA C M nt pfeuetf ,li tccntU.S.D
It Clerk of (the Circuit Court on LB iriii1 .I FOOD STIMP
homeowners.Cuts 59
or before April 3. 1972. U IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF $129 I COUPONS
Cuts in you fail to do so, Judgment TESSIE B. TRULL Wife and ..I BAG
MODEL 381 by default will be taken against THOMAS LUTHER TRULL
any ..
.
you for the relief demanded. Husband .n..wna.. r"n-a.l., tars..
--
own upside from Poulan In the Petition. NOTICE OP ACTION -1 I .Hi t"MUn.i w.m -

down. This notice shall be.published TO: THOMAS LUTHER t'! '" .
''I'
once each week for four [ITRULL., Route 1 Wlngate, North \ fun 'I Bonus Buy
See these Saws& Many More at consecutive weeks in the Brad- Carolina' BONELESS CUT FRESH FIRM GREEN
ford County Telegraph. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an i
Dated: March 1, 1972. action for Dissolution of Marriage Nwa ROUND
SAPP'S SAW SHOP -
Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk has been filed against I FRYERS I CABBAGE

By: Betty Edwards' you and you are required to
Deputy Clerk
378-9816 STEAK
serve a copy of your written
.
39It 3/30 I ILOR/DA GRADS ''A'/RE.M I
defenses, If any to It on
2025 N.W. 6th St.
Theron A. Yawn, Jr.. Petit- rrurrir
vw ,Gainesville Fla loner's Attorney whose address ft ulrnrfu I L B 7
,.
.. s. NOTICE Ia 1 Poet Office Drawer $1191 29 .
Mr. T.J. Mann has made Ap. 340 Starke Florida on or before WHOLE I
plication to the Bradford Coun- the 17th day, of April 1972 <
and file the original with the ,
Clerk of this Court either be- .


This FPb will spend fore Attorney;;service otherwise Immediately on a Petitioner's default thereafter will- : 1 tI' :

year be entered against you for the I
relief demanded In the petition.

Witness my band and the seal
bftA
of this Court this 8th day of

$40 million an March 1972.GILBERT.S. BROWN, tLnlxl Ilpap



peak-period generators.A. By As Deputy Beulah Clerk Clerk.of M.Said Moody Court BUTTERSCOTCH HUNT'S VANILLA FAMILY SIZE I 1 K I N_ G 51 Z E Il/lil'III'1, '. / i 1 I FRESH CRISP PASCAL


3/16 4t 4/6 CHOCOLATE FUDGE L' CH Celery"jLarge


NOTICE OF NAMES OF PUDDINGS LAUNDRY DETERGENT Stalks "
PERSONS APPEARING TO

BE OWNERS PROPERTY OF ABANDONED 29oz 99 Cl 1 .

Pursuant to Section 13 of Chap 3 $1 17

ter 717 Florida: Florida Disposition Statutes, entitled of- CAN I! ': : ONLY Bonus Buy
I
Unclaimed Property Act", notice _
.Is hereby given that the
EifcryOayiowPrke BonusBuy
owners unclaimed personal 1 '
or Intangible property presumed -
abandoned. APPLE
Account number 8-0101-0002;
Plotter Bertha M. or John JEUIt
G., Route 2. Box 24A Starke,
Florida.
Information concerning: the amount -
or description of the

address Property of and the the holder name may and be COMPARE :."': COMPARE ;; ''i ; COMPARE i:!; '

J obtained by any persons possessing /
an Interest In the property Skinless Franks '". at::: ::::" 49c I Chocolate Jumbo Pies .0. '". 3514S1/ I Scouring Sponges !"r" "'0"' 2/49/

Fred by O.addressing Dickinson,an Jr.Inquiryto .State Dressed Whiting ..MAI-: 29c Choc. Chip Cookies it 01 citut. tit / ; Scotch Gard If o. $1"

Comptroller as Administrator, Fried Fish Sticks "?v.r- 49'< I Vanilla Wafers it et Mutt in 4/l/ I Pantry Pride Spray Starch II o. 29c
Abandoned Property Division
Capitol Tallahassee, Florida. Daisy Cheese Wedges .. 79 i Fiddle Paddle co.....O 0":" fl5K'.r: 3/l/ I I Laundry Rinse ."- ".? 69c

,;>;..." Be number sure name to mention and address account:, as Sliced American Cheese .. 79c I Potato Sticks Ol <***' .".*I AMI 38c 1 Kiwi Shoe Polish .. c."' 32c

'We.ca&t published In this notice. Unless Mellow Age Cheese Loaf n. .0.' 69c I Cat Litter "u ..0 19c I Glory Foam Rug Cleaner NO' $1"

: afford not t0.Not proof to the ownership holder by May Is presented 17, Cream Cheese "1, N'" 0. ". 29 I Foamy Liquid Detergent 11 41S1 I Pantry Pride Tea Bags -.-. 38STRAWBIRItV <

1972 the property' will be delivered -
to the Administrator. EvcryOaytowPricc
Thereafter' all further claims
if we are to keep on serving you reliDesigned for short-term use only must be directed to the Admin-
ably even in emergency "power peak" these jet engine generators are not the istrator. LUZIANNE DESSERT
situations. answer to Florida s critical power problems. Fred O. Dickinson Jr. PEAS OR
Peak periods occur when everyone We are still threatened by a short- As Administrator TEA BAGS & CUPS
needs a lot of electricity at the same age of power reserves. But FPL is work 32It 3/23 k
time. It could come most anytime. ing hard on that problem too. with our '' .
Now FPL is installing its third group enormous construction program.
of gas-turbine peak-period generators. Meanwhile were installing "push- IN COUNTY JUDGE'S BRADFORIS COURT __
at a cost of S40 million. This will add button power" with these new peak- IN AND FOR _
444.00O kilowatts of power, available period generators. COUNTY FLORIDA.In .. ---------- -- rr-ras-.rttr-r- u ----- -----,
in We can t afford not to. ret Estate of MAXWELL ; ;ASIP'I"
quickly an emergency. PALMOLIVE ;
LG. POWELL deceased. 1 AJAX I i I ATV
1 LIQUID I I I I HOUSE so.e CNVIS3
CLEANSER
sAR
) NOTICE OF PROBATETO I DETERGENT e aioi PKOItM I I I !ROLLS
II INSTANT COrf1E

EEr I LAID: DECEDENT ALL IN THE PERSONS ESTATE INTERESTED OF- I .OFF MML wr"irwao.2*.2301!....i UMI STL.+o0iui*I.ouoo.iruM. II. "W."D/t...'. :..o."oiiu Ynl ..0......11.I.11I.I OFF N..,'0'.",O.O....W.oii.r, '... II NO.,..,31

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,

Has Radar. (From.. Pag.1)I) Y...
ask s.
SR-230 Closing Set April 12
one the county; has used tor McRae and Billy Noegel. Councilman a <
two years, and which the city; Orle Wiggins made the
has borrowed on occasion. motion to try the radar unit -
Chambers contends the radar and Councilman Vernon Sll-
will also cut the cost of patrolling cox voted with him. A Gordon Howell ration for the dredging.
section of Highway 230, plant manager Other than at the actual pointof
for speeders. Tuesday night Clerk Merrill east of Starke, will be closed for DuPont, said yester The dredge will approach to crossing, there will be no
Mayor
nieht the Hurst said Tuesday Edwards read a letter from the April 12 to permit the crossIng Trathatofoahdeeu within about one-half mile of mining closer than 100 feet to
unit was set to WArn Ministerial Alliance commend of DuPont's Trail Ridge the north-south leg of Highway the highway rlgtdot Vegetation
officers way.
when cars traveled ing the council's action. Wrote 1 s mining operation from the area the company a permit to close 230 make a U-turn and mine In the unmlned strip will
over 12' miles per hour over Rev. John Flynn; of the EpUCODQ r 'tyA south of 230, where mining has the highway for 90 days, If In a westerly direction as far be preserved, Mr. Howell said.
th.e speed limit.
be\ The range can ] Church. been completed, to an unmlned necessary, but it was hopedto west as the power line north- Major concerns In planning
set so theunlt cnn be used "Please accept our gratitudefor area between 230 and Highway 16 complete the crossing and south right-of-way. No additional the crossing, were safety of
from US-301
;
all the way to listening to our plea of on the north. reestablishment of the high- wells or other facUlties public and employees mInimum
St. Clair a -
Street. March 7 pertaining to the acquisition In less time than that. will be Installed but
way services -
The Although the dredge and wet of Inconvenience to the
police Department stresses of radar unit be .
to
a
'f mill weighing hundreds of "It will actually require only will be provided from public, and restoration of the
the unit will not be used used the
as by police departmentof
thousands of tons, crossed about three days for the current Installations, Mr.Howell road to a better condition than
a speed trap, but will be a Starke In Its to
attempts
enforce -
Treat Road In the Standing dredge to cut across the highway said. Needed electrical facilities 'at present" the manager said.
safe guard against habitual traffic regulations among reservation In 1955. this will / Howell said. "But once have already been In-
speeders on city; streets. If the the citizens of this area. We c uri be the first time that the oper- north of the highway, an approximate > stalled.
SPD "wanted to set up a sifted" very muc h hope, as we know A Jr ..,r y yr ation has crossed a primary 1,000-foot working The location of the closed
trap. Chief Chambers savs. you do, that this equipmentwill highway. pond must be created In which section of the highway will be Bids Due Soon
It could easily do so on US- In the near future brine to float the processing mill. about one-half mile east of the
301 any day and keep the department about a greater degree of r Ir I Once the mill Is across the Clay Bradford County; line. On New
so busy tho city; safety; on the streets for our Liquor Fines highway the road base and Maximum width of the road cut Stale
couldn't process all the cases. residents." road must be re-established. to permit passing of the dredge
That could have been done In other actions Tuesday Are Heavy "The highway will be reopened and wet mill Is 200 feet. Farm MarketBids
prior to the radar unit, he night, the Council: as soon as possible On the east side will
pointed out. --Was asked by J.W. Sas- (From Page 1)) after the road surface has been be available to damp Bland will be opened April
The city; council resisted using .veteran city electric department restored and DOT 13
ser ; passes Inspections Ing west gate, the main road on the new Starke State
radar In the city; although lineman, his status and pointed out Dorothy Rls- ," the manager said. to DuPont, and homes between mers Market; Far
the Issue never came to a vote as a city; employee. Several by as the woman who had sold After the road Is reopened, Highway 16 and the DuPontpro- word received here according to
until March 7 when the Starke linemen has refused to climb -a51 him two cans of beer Sunday the shoulders will be graded. perty; line.Notification. from Sam Evans, Gainesville Monday
Ministerial Alliance, representing poles at the Bradford High January 23 at the Red Honey dressed, and planted. signs will 'be architect, who drew the
nine churches, requested athletic field to replace lights in the 800 block of Brownlee Once across the highway, the placed at the following points: Bids! will be opened at the plans.
the unit to prevent what it last week. A move was madein Road dredge will turn east and con- intersection of Highways 301 cultural Center In Starke.Agri
termed reckless speeding In which some of the five linemen Mrs. Rlsby testified that she tinue In an easterly direction. and 16j at power plant corner The new market will be j
residential streets endangeringlives resigned, but all accept didn't work on Sunday and that The new mining area on the on E. Call Street; Highway 230 smaller In size than the .
wooden
or children and others. Sasser asked for their Jobs she had never seen Collins be- north side of the highway Is at Flume Road; north of intersection building which burned a
Council Chairman Nell back. Sasser denied Tuesday fore. now visible, since It has already of Highways 16 and 230
Tucker broke a tie vote on night that he resigned over the The turv deliberated for about been cleared In prepa- and west of the new curve on; couple of"years ago. It will
March 7 and the city; approved have a concrete slab floor
matter, but Councilman One 10 minutes before delivering ,with
renting a radar unit on a six- Wiggins, chairman of the Utility the guilty; verdict. steel structure and metal
230.S
month trial basis. Opposing the ; Committee, said he understood Last October she had been Dope SentencesFrom ci Fair roof t
radar were Councilman Jimmyrp' otherwise. The mat- before the court on four accounts ence .
ter was referred to the Utility; of liquor violations and ( Page 1))

Committee to take up Wednes- was convicted of both the possession (From Page 1)) Panty HoseANY
day, but Sasser had already and sale of Intoxicat\ ) on the east side of Bedford

been replaced. ing beverages In a dry county.; Lake, Just across the Bradford ness, skill, clarity; and dramatic SIZE I ANY SHADE
--Told Edwin (Pee Wee) Williams In other cases, a Jury decided County; line. value. Fifteen winners

to present the city; a This 56-inch diamond back was killed by city linemen that one person's word against They were arrested In a raid will be chosen from the 60 ex $3.00 Per ;
petition on his request to havea Wendell Grover (left) and Letltr Willingham at they were another Is not enough evidence last November by agents of the hibits which will be eligible
platted but ungraded street, cutting right-of-ways Tuesday morning. to convict a man of a crime. Federal Bureau of Narcotics for the State Science and Engineering $$2.00 Per pr'NO
'm the 200 feet at the east end of
\Vi Leslie Green was found not and Dangerous Drugs In Jacksonville Fair scheduled later 51.00 Per
; Mryton Street that runs guilty; of assault and battery. Taken In the raid were this spring.
fro St. Clair Streets east to Green was charged with Nine counties are participating -
the 2.378 of
.Asirchath .., the canal back of Volley Starling's EMC Proposal (From Page i 1)) offenses following an affidavit 29 different grams items marijuana of controlled and in the contest sponsored PAiR,
Grocery. Upon petition by the Union County; High School $
signed by Alberta Johnsonof drugs Including
a hearing! will be set and a a large amount Science Club 2 For
'-' 1,000 victims which is hosted .
Starke.
decision made, said Attorney bulance so attendants can see of I-\P; a drug used as an animal LCCC
arJohme Emphasis is placed on treat- heart action. Alberta Johnson testified for tranquilizer, but which by the Science Faculty.;
pro
"
:: Ceon:: "Icrce. ment of heart attacks, Waters the state saying that Green duces hallucinations The nine couties are Hamilton
E. ''''. --Oh.. ud purchase of a $100 At the In human
I' r' said because coronary mal- same time the heart- came to her house on the nightof beings. Columbia, Baker, Suwan- YEJSHOUSE
electric motor to operate the beat Is transmitted via radioin nee, Union Bradford
,
.: function has now grown to be Lafayeue
1\ / September 1 and said that he
.Jt"t: ,. .' ,\, ". lift station In the Industrial the biggest killer In Jackson- the vehicle's communications Agents estimated that the materials Gilchrist and Dixie Coun
park, to replace one that went ville. Heart attacks killed a system to a hospital. Doctors was going to rape her. had a "street sale"] ties. Last year BHS complet-
According to Miss Johnsonshe :
About Thlfl OiieUoMi bad.Okayed record 1,497 persons In Jacksonville there read the heartbeat on value of around $1.5 million. ly dominated the Rlgtonal Science
purchase of $600 then said that he was not to tLavtey
In 1968, he said, more another miniature TV screen Under Federal statutes, maxImum Fair capturing 11 out of 15
fin Insurance can never of fire hose at request! of Fire than auto accidents and other and relay directions to am- bother her. This led to a fight sentence that could have first place ribbons. Of MILO
/eplace! the treasured and Chief Harold Glasgow.Set Injuries combined.In bulance attendants. Treatment 'during which time Miss Johnson been passed was five years In The RIglon 4 Science Fair
Jnlque personal. belonging -- an Investigation by the begins immediately at the alledged that Green struck her prison, a fine of $15,000, or will begin on Thursday and
*Mt In a fire sueh. as Utility; Committee Into extending the United States, he said, scene. In the eye and hit her with an both. Friday March 23, and 24. FbTFchlG
holographs, keepsakes gas lines 800 feet to two 60 per cent of heart attack vic- The vehicles also carry In- aserol can.Green .
ind collector's Items. la or three residents on McCollum tims die before they reach a travenus solutions and drugs who was his own defense -
"fire prevention" the answer Street In lieno. Amount of gas hospital. which are administered under council, testified that ................................
by removing new*. usage Is to be estimated priorto Therefore the heavy emphasis directions from a doctor via Mrs. Johnson had phoned him 0
,; flammable the council's final decisionon on coronary care and training the communications system. In Gainesville and told him his 'S
aid j inaulatlnr all bat whether or not the extension In Jacksonville's EMC sys This treatment carries directly son needed some money. 6
ers and hot pipes from would be feasible at a cost of Into the emergency room He said that he then came

wood parUtlona1'Charley' about $800. City engineers recommend tem.Each emergency vehicle(ambulance at the hospital where a medi- over to Starke to give Ms son S TRY :
running gas lines at ) Is equipped with a defibrillator cal team is standing by to takeover some money but while he was at
E. a 'maximum. of 200 feet. to supply an electric A doctor goes Into the her house a quarrel errupted .
Was told by Councilman shock to restore regular beat- emergency vehicle upon arrival over boy friends and girl friends. e
Wiggins that another turbocharger tag to a faltering heart. The at a hospital and the According to Green this led to ... ... .1
JOHNS AGENCY at the power plant has victim's heartbeat Is recorded victim Is not moved until the Mrs. Johnson attempting to stab ,.. v .
broken down. A new one costs doctor orders It. him with a butcher knife. III ''i' ''''.' I
beat by beat on an electrograph
131 So. Walnut St. around $8,000 and there has not monitor using minia-- Such a vehicle, which looks While trying to defend himself .e === _
Phone 964-5070 been time, Wiggins said, to see ture television right a In am- like a square box mounted on Green admitted to striking ....... .
If a used one can be found. a truck, costs around $21,000. the woman. = .
But when the chassis wears The jury of six deliberatedfor 8 ..,
out, a new one can be bought about 15 minutes before .. .
and the medical unit placedon returning the not guilty verdict. = .
It at a cost of $4,000, Waters A change of petit larceny against 9S

said. Green was dropped the !
Such a unit, he added, Is state after the not. guilty BANKING I i

far superior to conventional verdict. ,
d TEST ambulance equipped with onlyan In other cases Kathryn Gillon

oxygen; bottle. changed her plea to guilty on a : :
j With its system four years
I old, the consolidated City of charge of possession of lottery .; III II
Jacksonville Is now seeking; additional tickets and a sentencing Investigation Zip codes speed your mall ; our zip .. .
'
U. S. Government funds was ordered by banking (by mail) speeds your banking. .,

to further improve what Waters Judge Yawn. C Take a couple of minutes to bank here .
Gene Van Zant changed his
'
1 i DRIVE tem terms In the the United best FMC States.; sys-It plea to guilty; on three accounts from your home or office first taking ;1I' e.

.
Is the first In the world, Waters of contributing to the a couple of minutes to \ ?
i
says, that does not depend dellquency of a minor and a .
f on doctors being present presentenclng Investigation was
In the emergency vehicle. also ordered. w ASK OR WRITE US FOR FREE .
The Idea of spreading the He was charged with helpinga
5 BANK-BY-MAIL FORMS TODAYIiFLQID!
program to the seven county; 16 year old boy and girl :
Florida Crown Conference of and another 14 year old girl
Governments came from a February run away from home and with
7 CARS 1971 address to the nation taking them to Hoboken, North
by President Richard Nixon Carolina.In I
The President cited the traffic violations, Tuesday
need for emergency medical morning; David Jones was

care, particularly in rural areas found not guilty; by a Jury of ''' .. 4
Waters said. driving while Intoxicated. Emmett : : 'Aj ( :
:A'"NI{ ; is'JAIl; : K'E.
I A general position was taken Hudson Broadway was : : ,t
You can hardly in Washington, D. C., according found aunty by a Jury of fail- ;; .
spot .the difference between to Waters, that to receive ure to yield and was fined
'1 the interior; of the Audi Federal funds such a $101! or 3 days !In Jail. WIllie !Member Federal Deposit 'Insurance! ( Corp. 0
The Audi gets and .that of the Mercedes-Benz 2SOSE. system could not adhere to Brown pled guilty; to careless
the urn kind of expert service political boundaries, but would driving In causing an acci- Subsidiary Of Florida National Banks Of Florida Inc. :
the Volkswagen Is famous for. have to be region wide. dent and was fined $51 or 3
Because your Porsche Audi dealer The Audi 1 has the same days by the Judge. .............
is part of the VW organisation.: _"headroom, and!legroom .,. the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. Waters, master-mind behind

the Jacksonville now to spread system his, proposes pro-- _.s.... _- --"IS L_.--=;.. _eaC....... __.s...... ._ aC-.... _.rC.Y".' ...C ..c:.... .c:... .rC-.. 1.

gram to seven counties sur-
rounding Jacksonville. The Bold
New City of the South with Its

I II University; Hospital control system and communications Is The Gainesville Mail

proposed as a hub. The University
I ; of Florida Medical! Cen-
ter In Gainesville would also

participate.Each county. ; Is to be supplied t '
presents .
.,.
The Cadillac Eldoradohashadfrontwhecldrisesince with an emergency vehicle -

l"t>7. ns personnel trained, and
The Audi has had It since 1933. The..\udlls l shorter than} its hospital emergency room fA
the Lincoln Continental upgraded.For -
The Porsche 917 racing car but believe it or nol the most critical of cases MARCHRIS ,
The tame kind of system hasfnhonrfdisc/ brakes. it has just as much trunk space. special arrangements have
that steers the Ferrari SI:2 racing car, So does the Audi. been made with the Naval bases .-
steer the Audi. In Jacksonville to transport
victims to hospitals by c MARIONETTES
helicopters. Such arrangements ik
can also be extended to the
The Audi IDOLS seven counties, Waters said. t 5.1 IN THE

., Extension of the system will
i
Include Nassau, Baker Brad-

PORSCHE [ AUDI ford ion Counties., Clay, St. Johns and Un. Sans Souci Revue

.
a di.bwn. of, >'olk..v.im $9 million has been set aside

MJLLER-BRO MOTORS, Inc. ,'. '. by Health the, Education U. S. Department, and Welfare of MARCH 22 APRIL 1

I Waters to be given four
Northwest 13th Stre.t or five regions In the U. S. .
GAINESVILLE 4222 376-4551 medical developing emergency programs tor systems.rural SHOWTIMES: 1:30: p.m. 4:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. IJ' A I I


ralla. Jacksonville's proposal Is due '
within the next three weeks DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY

and will ask for some $3.5

VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE/AUDI of million to finance expansion In the Gainesville Mall North Highway 441 & 23rd Blvd. 39 STORES UNDER ONE ROOF.
the city's; system and the M*.y..rs.u.a..rr.! tCity
spread to surrounding rural

areas. .
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. Vol. 93 "N\\ 3+. 2nd Section March 23, 1972 1 1t IH Golfers Record



"





, Casen Fans 15, 8th Win Of SeasonKeystone's





: Hurls2HitterIn t Y

Jim Leukel fireda

4 one-over par 37 Monday as f
the Indiana won their 17th r 1r '

e straight match at home and ; ,r'y.
upped their season record to

Union winKeystone's 82.KH u

fell victim to a hot Orange : .
Park Team Friday.

Monday Keystone golfers shota _
Richard Casen hurled a two
Aft r team total of 160 to win the _
Lake
hitter Tuesday night as
match with
Cross 6-C home quadtrangular _
Butler shutout City;
Palatka
after losing earlier In the weekto Galnesvlle Buchholz

P.K. Young 3-2. Central and Baker County ,yb v., ,_ wfg.
Buchholz y 1 ."
was two strokesoff
Casen struck: out fifteen Tues
the at 162.Baker ;
pace County -
Paul
coach
day In what Tiger
t ; was a distant third with a
"best show.
Wright called his
t
193 and Palatka last with an
Ing to date.
200.LeuKel
even .
"lie really did a superb job" _ _
shot
Wright said. "His fast ball was a one-over par : : ) _
really moving tonight. 37 Monday, recording 4 pars
"Casen is going to be a real and two birdies. He birdied the _
fine college or Junior college fourth hole, a par 4, 390 yar- A ?
prospect. Right now he Is our der. Later he sunk a 40 foot
most consistent hitter, batting birdie putt on the tenth holea
.470. par-4 425 yarder.
C.ntral's David Livington 4.t ,
Casen collected two of the Ti David Harper was the number rn
finds himself In two man for the Indians with a
fr hits P.K.
1{ ger's six against
Young Friday and scored one trouble on the number four-over par 40. Bret CoM 1

run Tuesday In taming the five green Monday. His shot a 41 and Larry Turnkett
; a 42 for the Indians
.
Bears situation was not a*
Palatka Central's David Livingston
In the top of the fourth Ca difficult as It loom, the
was the low man for
sen got on first on an error by though, ash* wont on to match with an even par 36 over
the first baseman. He advanced sink the hot and birdie nine holes. The ninth graderIs
to second on a pop-up single by; the hoU. accord-
a real tough golfer,
and later scored
Fred Sermons
Ing to Indian coach Lynda)Kirt-
tI fw on a sacrifice fly by Terry; ley. "If he sticks with It he hasa this short bogie the fifth hole at Stark
I tdf Hampton Bradford's Ed Watts misted putt to on
real fine future In the sport
Lake Butler made it 3-0 In mental mistakes that hurt us Calf & Country: Clyb against Ballot.
but they were mental and not Jeff Whittle was low-man for
: of fifth three
the bottom on
the Buchholz Bobcats with a 39.
P straight bunts by Tiger batters errors.
"Everything is steadily improving Richard Adams fired a 40 to
and two errors on Bear pitcher lead the Wildcats from Mac-
: zw Willie Collins. and fielding., our" pitching, hitting clenny. Tornado Golfers Bow To Bolles

Kerwin Clyatt lead off witha Lake Butler now 3-4 for the Friday the Indians finished
: : t walk. DeWitt Grlffls then season will face Daytona Lopez second In a trl-meet In Orange Bradford High School golfers three 'lite hole Is about 180() winning; if Terry Games and
bunted and reached first with at home Friday night at Park with the Raiders and Cen- lost to Bolles for the second yards long. Richard Roberts break 40,"
another bunt which the pitcher tral. stated Coach Jerry Reese.
7:30 before traveling to time this season 164-156 Terry Gaines was slxover par
bobbled to load the bases. Baker Co. Saturday night for a Orange Park won the match Tuesday in Starke. 42 to place third for BHS. "We also need Danny McKinney
Catcher Faron Dukes followed and Ed Watts to keep going the
.' Jim Leukel found himself out In the woods with another bunt on a squeeze night game. with- a "terrific" round of 153 Earlier in the year Bolles Richard: Roberts! and Stan way they are now to help US,"
K.yston s play to score Clyatt. Grlffls Tuesday night the Tigers will on their home course. beat BHS by 12 strokes Tues Reddish both stroked 45 added Reese.
Monday after his drive on the number three gr..n cllpp.d scored the same play on an be back home again for an all "Orange Park shot a terrific day the Tornadoes narrowedthe while Bruce Tucker had a 51.
the top of a pine tr... With this shot h. r.ach.d the error by on, the Bear catcher. Important conference .' game round."Klrtley said"AndS. margin to eight strokes. Bolles' low, man was Bill Watts 38 in'Is Fernandina a freshman and shota
Beach
and wont on to b. low man for the Indian with with conference leading P.K. low Barton who stroked a one over and
fairway "Until then we had only one Danny McKlnney was man hit a 39 Tuesday agahstBolleg
( .. Page 10) ,
37AllStar ", "So decided vYonge. --" ," BAS with two over par Par 37 to 'kIelp give,th. Bull
a ..._v.r par .. hit, said Wright. we for a commented Reese.
i to bunt the ball and make -r 38. McKInney got two bogies dogs the edge.

them field It and hopefully make one on holes Number one and BHS golfers will l Deracinate McKinney has been hitting
errors. nine. in an all conference tourna- In the high 30's lately.
Honors "It was a case of us Just Ed Watts followed closely behind mnt in Green Cove tomorrow BHS's conference and over-
: not being able to make contact g' I with a three over par 39. (Friday, March 24.) all record Is 6-5. The Tor-
with the ball. At first the boys Watts made the only birdie of the tournament will be the nadoes have two matches after
were a little scared of facing the match but bogied four holes first 18 hole match for some of the tournament. The first is
3 Collins.In parred the others. The birdie the boys. with, Green Cove and the second
Given
Cagers five Innings, Collins struck was on the fourth hole, a par "We might have a chance of with St. Augustine
out 11 while walking three and
giving up two hits.
Bradford cagers Able Williams Park were the only team to Collins was relieved in the .f, .,

Willie Newsome and place as many as three playerson bottom of the fifth by Dennis r Yr
Bernard Brown were namedto the all-star team. From Lord whom the Tigers promptly BHS Runners 5th
the 1971-72 Florida Star Con the conference winning Raiders bombed for three runs in the y
ference All-Star basketball Mike Soloman EzzardSappand sixth. sw'p
team this past week after they Eugene Jenkins were named John Woodly walked and later r I
led the Tornadoes to a three- to the team along with their scored on an error by Lord. I
way tie for second place in Coach Ron Brummitt who was Bill Rosier later doubled scoring Fletcher
In
the conference. named coach of the year. Clyatt and Criffls and giving Relayslevel.

Bernard Williams was one BHS ended the season with Lake Butler a commanding: 6-0
of the two seniors on the team a 14-9 mark and in a three lead. r.M1J1''h ; I
and was BradCord'.leadIIV sco way tie for second place In

rer. He ended the season witha the conference along with Live P.K.YONGE GAME Setting two new Bradford High "This was a truly tremendous Fiji cleared 5-2, having
15.3 point average and seven Oak and Fernandina Beach. PInch-hitter Gary Johnson' school records Saturday,Brad- effort." Loper said. "1'heywon never high Jumped before. The
rebounds per game average. their heat at least 20 yards. team needed 4th member and
Able Williams was Live Oak had two players was the man of the hour for ford thinclads finished fifth a- by a
'
the Sophomore Tornadoes number one re- named to the team, Bobby Morgan the Blue Wave Friday nighthe mong 12 other teams enteredin Vernon' 51.7 anchor split was Fill volunteered.
and number two scorer. and Nelson I'erry, while came on the bottom of the the 10th Annual Fletcher Relays really fantastic The Tornadoes also earned
bounder and Jacksonville Beach.Bradford' "They're gaining more confidence points In the Distance Medley
hot 52 Erwin Jones was named from sixth to hit a single score at
a per
averaged
He
Jim Lu from third base for each time they run. The Relay with a sixth place fin
the Fernandina. team
cent of his shots from long Jump is to be The
team really going a ish. team of David Williams
floor for a 14.6 points per Andy Given of Bolles was the winning run. of Malachi Henry, Levy Lennon tough. one to beat." Mark Patray, James
game average. He led Bradford named to the team along with Jake Welch stretched his win Tim Crews, and Tim Clark Bradford's 480-yard Shuttle Chandler and Donnle Burch fin

on the boards averaging Mike Meade of St. ofPalatlra ning streak to seven straight set a new Bradford High recordof Hurdle Relay team of Andrews, ished with a 3:54.3: time after
11.9 rebounds per game. and Willie Johnson from the mound and Rave P.K. 78' 1" to finish second among Tim Clark, Jimmy Cauley, and last minute personnel changes.
Bradford along wlth'Orange South Yonge first place In the ? the larger 4-A schools Mala- Mark Patray finished third
.. buwannee conference race.The chi Henry led the team with a with tune of 1095. Andrews' Bradford also finished
a :
Blue Wave Is 3-0 In conference M leap of 20-3 as they batteredthe 14.9 anchor the best split seventh in both the Sprint Medley
play and 8-2 for the season. old school mark of 74' the team.was and 880 Relay, eighth! in the

WRESTLIiyGNEW Welch fanned 10 Tiger batters Bob Dyol strain to hoist 465 pounds In a squat lift. 1/2" set In 1971. by The high Jump relay team of mile Discus Relay Relav.and ninth Shot In Put the, and two

while giving up six hits The Tornadoes also set a Jimmy i Ricks, Henry Clark tenth in the 4 mile Team Re.
and walking none. He did, BHS record In the 440 Relay and Richard Fill finished fifth

NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY however, give up his first BHS Weight Lifters with a clocking of 44.3. Vernon with a total height of 21-10. lay.Saturday the Tornadoes will
in starts. Barber 10.4 and Levy
earned a
run seven ran Ricks, Henry and Clark all travel to the Florida Relays In
bet-
the team
LeMOn 10.5
as
"He ]has a lot of good stuff," a nearly cleared the next higher Gainesville.
FLA. record 01tS.5
STAIIHC tered the old school
Wright said. "He has real
good speed but his biggest Second In 3-Way Go set back In 1971.

THUR. MAR. 23 trol.asset Is that he has great con strong BHS finished fifth place"in a with"very 31 Neva And Activities From

ahead of all the other I IACTIVITY
fastball points,
"Ifs and baa both" a good BHS weight lifters placed second the placing. Coming In third 3-A schools THE RECREATION CENTER
curve. class
TEAM in a three team match was Ronnie Hall, lifting 515
'MAIN EVENT EXCITING TAG Welch gave up his first against Gainesville High School pounds.In Raines Jacksonville won the
earned run In seven startsas and Eastslde of Gainesville the 1965-181 class BHS's meet with 102 points. Jax For
Fred Sermons slammeda Wednesday. Chuck Norton lifted 565 for first rest was second with 79 and

lOCk I MONTINI M & SON1' flOSERS I [ field home fence run in over the third the Inning right points CHS took while first BHS place dropped with 49 to place.515 to place Marlin second Thornton followed lifted by Fletcher Jax Stanton third finished with 50 points.fourth NIGHT APRIL 3 er four basketballers weeks away,have the Bantam been

WIld with Lake Butler trailing 10. 24 points for second place and Wayne Lambiis In third place. Just ahead 0 f the Tornadoeswith Married couples remember placed on teams and have begun
The Blue Wave had Jumped Eastslde had 21 points for third Brad Carter, who recently 34 points. the April 3 meeting to schedulea practice as teams.

out to the early lead In the EasUlde's stronger lightweight broke a school record In the Florida Star Conference rivals Monday evening activity; .This year a pre-season schedule -
T 11 Wlll! I 1100 ProfessCf MARSH bottom of the first Inning, as lifters left BHS with curl, placed first In the 181- Clay-Hlah and Orange night.As! has been added to the regular -
Johnny Newcome scored on an only two places in the 123-132 198 pound class lifting 660 Park finished 11th and 13th respectively. we discussed In last weeks season schedule.The preseason
error by first baseman Kerwin and 100-123 pound daises. Stu- pounds Ricky Hall was second, The Blue Devils finished article we welcome fOUl'Ideaa schedule will call for
Clyatt. Newcome had walked art Strickland lifted 410 pounds lifting 485 pounds. the meet with 11 points on this program so let double headers each' Friday

SEMI FINAL and advanced to third ala pick- in the 100-123 pound class while In &hevi' weight division while the Raiders could manage us hear from you. afternoon at 3:30: and 5 p.m.
off play on first failed. Leonard Sapp was the only placer Dennis Crawford lifted 570 only 5 points against the Each team will play the other
PKY scored again in the in the 132-148 class when pounds to come in first, followed larger Jacksonville teams. MARCH 27 TEAM ENTRY three teams once in the pre
ANN QUIMBL fourth as Jimmy Lu scored from he lifted 400 pounds. by Allen Norton with 475 "It beamed DEADLINE FOR GIRLS season. This Friday's schedule
Donald 440 was Just great" AND WOMENS SOFTBALLA March 24) will see B.
pounds. Loper lifted
second on a double by lUcky BHS ruled also 132-148 pound Coach George Loper. "Es
pounds to will be held Monday P.OJE. meet Coca Cola at 3:30:
place third. meeting
and all three places '
Scarbough. Lu had singled class taking pecially us finishing In the top
March 27 7:30 at and Police Dept. with Southern
,
MISSvYERIA advanced to second on an error with Craig Starling coming out ''East lde is very strong In 10 In every relay entered. the,Recreation Office p.mor all Discount 5 p.m.

a by the shortstop. on Blgham top, lifting placed 490 pounds.second, lifting Billy the light division" and we Coach needto "I'm very proud of all efforts representatives teams in the The season will open Saturday
work on ours stated
Lake Butler once again,tied 455 pounds on the three David Hurse. ',W. did have a and It is evident that we 1972 Powder Puff Softball April 15.
PLUS EXCITING MYSTERY MATCH things up in the fifth inning as lifts Greg Reddish placed: third great Improvement the last have the potential for even League for girls and women.
Fred Sermons' scored on an. with 435 pounds. meet wlthEastslde,"commented greater success as the season This meeting will be the final JUNIOR BOYS SOFTBALLREGISTRATION
error short stop Jim McCain. BHS also swept all three places lIur... progresses" opportunity to enter a team NOW OPEN
Sponsored By: He had singled and stole second In the 148-165 pound class. In the league. FOR BOYS 13, 14, IS
be... He .coreduMcCalnbob- Taking first place was Gray Brad Carter and Chuck Norton Bradford's team of Donnl The Recreation Department
AMERICAN HEART AND KIDNEY bled grounder by: Faron Dukes. Flynn lifting 525 pounds, followed Improved tremendously Burch, Jimmy Andrews, Levy BANTAM BASEBALL SETS will otter a Softball programfor
by Wayne Testone also since the last meet Hurse said. Lennon and V.monBarberftn- TEAMS AND PRE-SEASON, boys, ages' 13, 14. and 13.
"We showeda great Improvement second In the event with
lahed a
The competition seems to bring SCHEDULE
TRANSPLANT FOUNDATION In said with 525. Since Testone has a (See Pago 10))
our defense 3:31.5 clocking.
Wright "We made a couple at heavier body weight Flynn got Improvement, Hurse added. : With the 1972 season open-

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(From Pag l 1)Bradford's )
lfi ROM :
nIna from the end of pavementon EASTER -

the old Lawtey Road In $1987
dropped; three beseballersi though"It Just would hare been Fernandlna's Gary Thrift' ; dill as Fernandlna Beach upended Stark east and south to SR- >1'TO
straight
thin week. they bombed games closer. earn on In relief In the bottom the Tornadoes for the second 16. Blfiht-of-way and survey; Suits .:"
11-4 by; Palatka South were and U8 In the first Inning, the Bull of the fifth Friday afternoon time this year. work is planned in 74-73 with t
by Live Oak after dogs bombed Tornado pitcher and struck out seven Tornadoes Last week Fernandlna edged paving planned 7576.
a 3-2 squeaker In FernamHne dropping Charlie Green tor four hits. as the Pirates hung on the Tornadoes 8.. In extra innings FIN! on the priority; list isBessant 3C7S1iirt .; .
Beach. to take an early 8-0 lead. They: to protect a one run lead and with Joyce again doing Road, running east "
later added four runs In bottom win 32. the damage, and scoring t the winning from the end of the present .......:0.:
All of the losses war con of the third Inning stretch "Our hitting really let us run. pavng then turning south to saksl ...' ,
farms games and lowered the the margin to seven. down" laid Tornado Coach SR16. A leg isBreeze to be Included ? "
Tornados record to 1-. In Wayne McLeod. "Usually It Into Pine Subdivision. 1
Florida Star play.. Larry Brown Ricky; Bennett, has been our pitching but to- PALATKA GAME 'That project projected now at 1 $2 I I
Gary Melvin and Larry l Donley $120,000, Is planned for F0R5500 DOZ.
Tuesday night the boat Live day'We was our battting. Southpaw Mike Perrine hur- completion ., l l'i1
Oak Bulldogs riddled Tornado all scored In fourth Inning Just& couldn't hit the ball. dled a one-hitter Saturday In 7677.
>Pitchers> with 12 hit, as to close the cap to three 74. They had some real fine >pitch> striking out fifteen Tornadoes Clerk Brown stressed that U l..
toppled they; It was not enough as Live Oak ers. in the process while Palatka. prices keep 'going up at. the
BUS 12.5 in El I KNIT
lnee pIax. confer came right back to add two Bradford collected a total batters pounded BHS for 13 hits present rate,/) funds due to accrue DOUBLE

runs In the bottom of the InnIng of three hits off Pirate pit Including a grand slam and a may prove insufflcent "
The score would have not and coast on from there ,chers. three run homer In the 13-1 several years from now to complete .-
"i.
been as lop sided had several scoring runs In the fifth anti Sophomore win. ttte five projects.The SLACKS1K
questionable calls gone the sixth as well. Charles Mathews county; commission, stung(
other way. >pitched> for t the Tornadoes, fanning Perrine fanned 15 Tornadoes before by quoting priority; lists
'.. never griped when weS Donley added another run for five Pirates while giving In the six inning game while to residents Is waiting. until
had bad calls before but those the Tornadoes In top of sixthas up five hits and walking one. walking only two and giving up some funds do accrue to the 887 :
were undoubtedly the sorriest he tripled to left field and "It was his first start and be one hit."We. county's fund beforeit :-.
; secondary :-:
calls rye ever ...n." said scored on a sacrifice fly, by did a real fine Job for us," couldn't do anything a. gets excited. .....
Tornado coach Wayne, McLeod. Carl Rlherd. McLeod said.FernawW. gamut him," McLeod said. The secondary fund is Just '

"Live Oak' coach cam. over Bradford collected nine tilts drew first, 'He'"In tough as a cob. beginning to build up again after FLA ATH (
the six :
after the game and apologized In the game In one of their blood, scoring& two runs In he famed all Innings of our batters we played In the completion of SR-235 ,. .
for the bad
calls. better at Brooker and SR-2IA around
nights from the batters
the third Inning. JXiane Sur- five of them.'*
"There were 4 or 5 bad calls box. ano got on\ first base on an Charlie Green was the startIng Big Santa Fe Lake, plus having RETAILSTDRE3CJ6 !
-
that cost as six of seven the fund tapped for $85.000 to
runs.
err f by. center fielder Gary for BHS.
He held '
Florida 6th Street
FERNANDINA pitcher oft N.W. :
They would have probably wan GAME Melvin He stole second: and the In check for three my a Judgement

scored on a single Bobby Ben- Innings before they began their old Power State 4 Road Light won Department against for the GAINESVILLE, .FtA
ner to give r'ernandina a 1-0
Palatka relocating utility; poles on US-
lead. scored three runs
Nees trio Activities From The Pirates scored their In the fourth to take a 3.0 301 when It was' four-laned.

second run of the Innings as lead. Coats

THE RF'CRKATION' : ( CENTER Benner stole second and third In the top of the fifth after Sport
and later scored
on a wild
Smoke/
both Says:
pitch by Mathews. Joey and Ricky Bennett
walked, Gary Melvin kept the
Bradford tied the aam. up Tornadoes from being shut ouas WINDY DAYS ARE SINGLE: BREASTED 1687 WORK&INTS;
2-2 In the top of the fifth as he singled, to spoil Perrlne's 'DANGER DAYS* -
(Frem Page. Mathews led off with a double. no-hitter and score Joey FORFlRE !
DOUBLE BREASTED
Ronnie Kllbey then hit a hard from second. 111/ 2187
KegUtranon is now ana
open The teams will be playing
the boys will have until April each Monday Thursday and grounder to the short stop which Leading 3-1, Palatka padded
14 to register. If enough Interest Friday nights. There will also was bobbled to put runners on their lead with three more f DOUI1LE :
Is shown for the PIWRm.a be a single elimination tourneyfor first and second with no one runs In the fifth. In the sixth KNI'T' 87 150
meeting will be held' April out.After Inning, Jim Franklin belted a SPORT: ';
the league teams starting fat ::; :
17 to organize! the league. Monday night, April 10, and the) two Tornadoes went ball Into the football stadium SIZES: 30 37

Registration Is being held litho and the 12th. This Is Justa down swinging and the runners with the bases loaded al.l slzisFlare .rl
bad
Recreation ( advanced on a wild pitch, for a grand slam. Minutes
at the Dept Old preview for the teams to see la
Armory) Monday Friday. what the other teams have. Larry center Brown field to singled to deep both ter Mike Payne hit another Jeans GirlsJean :R:
score home with two
There will be two games each men on to give
SMALL FRY SOFTBALL Inlght, 7:30 & 9:00: p.m. All runners. Palatka a 13-1 lead. 2 .
Is for In the bottom of the fifth with 87 pairr $10.87 87ALL : .
Registration now open games an played at Westslde Friday night, Bradford will Sizu 5 13 2 .
boys, ages 7.8, 9, who wish to '> Park Athletic Field on Brown- one out, Mathews hit Pirate Jim take on the Holies Bulldogs at 9 SIZES ,; :
play In t the Small Fry Softball lee Road. Pitta with a wild pitch. Lee Roland home. Game .
advancing Pita to time Is 7:30.: Then r. .
Program. singled
Parents may begin registerIng of the ,Mel '. Recreation Soft second. He was then thrown out tine Saturday will afternoon St..Augus Never burn on dry windy days!
their boys, Monday, March Ball League was held Monday on a fielder's choice at third. come to town to face
27, at the Pratt Street Center March 20, with' the participating With runners on fir stand second tile Tornadoes starting at 2 ,
3:30: 5 P.m. Monday Friday teams turning In their teas Mike Jolce singled to P.m.
rosters and finalizing their score Roland! from second. I
MEN'S SOFTBALL plans In preparation for Open- The next two Innings, Brad-
Final organizational meeting ing Day scheduled April 17. ford batters went down swlng- I


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Great Outdoors has witnessed the coming of a new Wiz s 8t 1 h ,, .
mode of transportation recently the all-terrain vehicle.

"ATVs are the only means of transportation worthy of the (From Page 9)) f
deep backwoods country" according to Joe Puckett project
engineer for the Coot all-terrain vehicle manufactured .
by
Frlgiking! division of Cummins Engine Company In Dallas they're a team that '. really. J .
Texas. going to be tough to beat. "I'd P"7j ::;t1 ,

."The all-terrain vehicle adapts well to the various environment like to get over here on our \ ..

favored bY tadav's: recreational enthusiasts._u_ _________ These____n course"It under the trees though" : ..ATornado -"
would be different
a story > I
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little vehicles constantlyat .. .
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the ready." land streams and ponds, as Keystone finished the match .' : 1 ,
Hundreds of outdoorsmen well as on land. The pivot with a team total of 161. Pal- }
will during the next 12 Joint that connects the two atka Central was a distant third \.;,t1', :

months make a decision to hulls of the Coot Is hollow with a 206.'Centnl' I "'.i f", .. ,
and airtight and It keeps the ,
purchase an all-terrain ve David Livingstonwas
hicle one of the fastest vehicle from taking on water again the low medalist forMs .
growing segments of the work while afloat. team as the freshman shot ". I
and play vehicle Industry. An optional water-driving seven pars and two boggles for r % ,., ;)I'
propeller can ,be easily attached w1vw '..4a .
Before you choose an all- a two-over par 37. r-.11 '.'. ,
terrain vehicle make sure It to the rear by a passenger e 1 .. 'f :,
Orange Park's KIrby SUmos
does all you want it to do. inside the vehicle '. .'.. .
and will drive the Coot in was the low medalist for the .
There are two kinds of all- calm water at a speed of match with a one-over par 36. ., ,.. '
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terrain vehicles, one which about five knots. Even without .."! A.oil .(55 j ,
serves well for recreation; Bobby ayes was row man -j ? ': I ip"j .
the other, while not as sporty the prop the road wheels for tile Indians witn a lour over :,;
will the ;
to
impact a speed
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doubles well for both rec- par '
reation and work. vehicle of about one mile per Cole had 40's for Keystone '''''''
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hour in the water. while Leukel ended up with a. ; I.'*
l Heavy. Duly Model. Other easily attached. op. <2. k-: F tq ',/":, \
tlonal equipment' Includes : : 1.'
Out of an increasing selection 1L ,
of ATVs, there are several traction cleats that can be "It was" Just one of those days ; :. '.:r! "
for work and play that put on the tires with chains for us, Klrtley said. "Leukel .
promise to be leaders. Frl- that snap-lock into the wheel Just couldn't hit the ball right ,
glking produces one of these rims. These too. can be fixed He has been averaging 39 orthree ,
In place without getting out over par) "'
-the Coot a heavy duty all- \
terrain vehicle featuring a of the vehicle. Friday the Indians will travel 1: N ,
frameless body made in two Six! 'Wheelers to the Ironwood County; Club 'ti,
halves. Each half is attachedto Some smaller six-wheel in Gainesville for a trl-match "- I 1"'{ ,
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an articulated joint In the ATVs are not really ,"all- with Buchholz and Gainesville. -.II.Av ; {" "
middle.This construction allows terrain" at all. These sporty High school ; '.. ..
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the Coot to flex with any models, normally made of See Them At ,'

terrain no matter how rugged fiberglass are generally faster "We've beaten Buchholi two .. :'..
It Is Ideally suited for and are excellent for recreation times this year, but on their r, ". .
either utility or leisure. and travel over hilly home course It could be a dIf- (
Besides the capacity for and marshy country. How. ferent" story" Klrtley said l .aADFORD

hugging any terrain, a good: ever, _they are not made to 1JUt If we can shoot our teem C0vs. .
all-terrain vehicle is generally perform the work of the average of 160 we can beat any s J .
equipped with four- slower and heavier work- team we play." at Lrigr.

wheel drive This allows it to oriented ATV and are not Keystone Is now 8-2 for the "< ,
navigate handily through adaptable to rough, "Unpenetrable" season with their only losses .J
mud and snow, up hills and terrain. .
coming at the hands of 4-A S S,
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mountains or any slopes up 4*Tbe' heavy duty,all-terrain powerhouse Ocala Forrest and M/{Y tea,P. "
to 430 without a hesitation. vehicle Is many kinds of vehicle. Orange Park.. S
In short, the ATV will go anyplace Tnerefore it can serve a !
a more conventional, hunter or fisherman, farmer Tuesday the Indians will be {!
vehicle cannot. dr' rancher forester or conservationist back at home for a trl-match
The Coot Is equipped 'foroperatlon ; It Just depends with 1>>t.'Joe 'of St. Augustine '. : )}

through. marsh- on_the user: and Jacksonville Esp, .:;.;'

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Starke's First Auto Hailed r I

.. You're Invited To Our I
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As Front Page News In 1906 1 II I

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Tb Darchssft. of Stark '. I
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"first automobile" mad It* JIM. cleat 3.G. Alvarez, vice presi. II I
was announced] that on
dent I
front pan headlines In the ;E.P. IXmcan, cashier. GRAN
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28th
N.T. Rltefl J.O..Alvans.E. .
18, 1906 Issue of The Telegraph, The bank was Incorporated I
fallowing Buncan> WT.: Weeks, and for $25,000. with the stock to
withrrkke .1.enjoying thek W.H. Rivers would apply to err be fully paid In. I :I
elk of tile first automobile.Dr. Gorernor for a charter for tile Another Item of interestInth I
Albert I,.. Freeman, ,t'i.one Bradford County Bank. May 18, 1908 Issu. was tile II !
of our successful M.IX', received "The bank has heretofore,, announcement of results "01 I I
OPENING !IIII
a handsome run-about been conducted: by Mr. Hitch Ttoesday's primary
stew day ago and will use It In a* a private bank" the article with E.S. Mattnews. end x c,
meeting the demands of his ea- ."h.. .-... .............,J'e' Peoples elected State. KeprI.sentatlves I I ..
large 1 r.nrjtflrffA...-.... TttA... ......'a MMMI' _. fn mHradfordCan. I
f s SAT., APRIL 1st J


-N\ Persennel ef the Welfare and Feed Stamp efflsei In I Bring the Family I

th* .''d Florida Bank at $Stark bwlldlna abeve. | Seated I Iwi
SI (..... left-) Cathy Packwood, Joann Harley, and Yvonne I
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; >Standing (from l.ft)1) Vera Graudon, Al Ice Salmon ...Frei Door Prizes
Eden Kadi. Janet Pewell Tern $Snlthdeal Betty Ben.
ULTt nH, and Elsie Wedey., Plot present when picture was 1" I
taken were Kathy Dugger, and Zella Reid. I SEE.... Our Store !

Region 3 Welfare Office I.

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r The Region 3 Bradford exception of Mrs Powell who I Opening ''Bargaios.I
'i / serving clients In has an office on the ground
\t County; Is now located In the floor. I Stop In ... have fill ... see our full line I I II
\;tit.ft Aj. .,,\, old Florida Bank at Stark The rest of the first floor I of famous Purina Chows and Health ProI I
re'G
"' building corner of Call and .
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d; Walnut Streets, along with Program of which Mrs, Betty; ducts. Meet our people. Hear about our I
., W.0.;, ,, the Food Stamp program Bennett Is supervisor services we offer you.
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1 Approximately 385 families
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T. ?;... Janet Powell, -
& Mrs. supervisor are purchasing food
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: \ of the and services
payments
--.. \ In Bradford County; as compared I
...;; ':r' '.,,........ ,\ ty, announces unit for that Bradford clients Cows may merly with receiving 500 who free were commod-for- I Ware looking forward to
t now transact any business pertaining ities. About 450 famlllei
have
t-g-...'.........s..:..\..'..:'_,.. to the State Welfare been certified to purchase msotia aatf s&maoyou I I
will greatly facilitate the doc- Program at the office In Stark*,
and the
tor's work and he.wllb\ *enabled sons he decided: some' weeks ty;; N.C. Walnwrlght, Tax As-' Instead of having to go to stamps to Increase number as the program expected -- EDw ADS F AKM I
through Its uae to glvaout-of- ago to Issue a small amount of sensor G.W. Alderman, Tax Gainesville In the past. In addition becomes better understood -
town patients closer attention. stock and ,Incorporate under Collector; J.B. Cowling, County to Mr. Powell, there In the future. I
the banking laws of the State. Treasurers; E.L. Odom.Supervlsor are six other welfare workers I I
This Issue also 1 announced the SUPPLY
Stockholders In the of Registration; L.W. operating out of officesIn Stamps are sold from 9'
organization : 1
Incorporation,of the Bradford were announced N.T.. KJckllter, O.U Mliell and E. ate old bank building. ajn. to 4 P.m., Monday through
as 1
County Bank, and the selection :
Friday, except the last two I
of a site (the Hemmtngway lot) Ritch, J.G. Alvarez E.P. Duncan L. Crosby, members of the At present there are around working/ days of each month 225 E. Andrews I II
St. Phone
as the future' location of the W.T. Weeks, and W. H. School Board; N.C. Wainwright 700 welfare clients In' Brad- when no stamps are sold. How- 964-8775
Bank of Starke." with construction Riven. Officers were electedas County Commissioner, Dlst. ford County; Including the disabled ever, the doors to the bank TOM EDWARDS I
to begin, ,, 'In a very short follows: N.T, Bitch presl- 3: and W.A. Bessent, County; the blind, those over building: are open from 8 a.m. I
Commissioner Dist # 4. 65, and Aid to Dependent Children. .
to 5 p.m., Monday through Fri
Results of the 1905 State Census -
For Maximum Beauty were announced of Agriculture by the Commissioner -, Th. welfare personnel l are act day,business for those with wishing the to Welfare trans 1 :->>:- i I
mostly housed on the second I :
Office of the Food Stamp.PrO-
To control teal'mtecti and showing Bradford County(which floor of the building,.with the gram. L___________________________________________
SPRAY red spiders shrubbery then Included the Union County .. a a .. a a .. .. _. __.& .. &_ a a ... _.Il_ ..__a a ..__... .____..&......JL... ... _. .. a a & .
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943, as compared, with 10,295In
the 6w..h! beforecold
next 1900. Clay County; showed .
SHRUBBERY weather teti in. alight decline In population s sq
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a NOW for bed retulti.o to 1,103 In 1905. Lawtey's pop
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1 Questions on Your Hampton Area News

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Family's,' By Evelyn V. Powell '


\ Move II e :W of several ....kI. A number of enjoyed 18 holes of Golf In dedication and Homecoming NI E.
? Easter .
RESPONSIBLE Sunday.
answered rO'S citizens attended. The next Gainesville Monday. services on .
>I.'Investigation it under way Everyone Is Invited to attend. '
I Alice Bowmen meeting will be on April 11 at Hampton residents visiting
'
"this week to determine. who Is Let's make a snowing at the
elsewhere Include. Mrs. Ruth
Home) Moving Con..ltant< 8 pjn. at the Hampton City;
responsible for the poUonlnj Hall. Mayor Arthur Bruno and Dennlson and Mrs. Virginia County Fair this year We have
Dear Miss Bowman: We have of several dogs and cats In the ; a lot of talent In the area. Enter
several rather valuable antiques. the Council extend an Invitation Roark and daughter Ruth who April 1st Is 'he Deadline For Fili
Is there aome way we city. Perhaps tile> culprit is to all Hampton residents visited Mrs. Cleo Harris In your exhibits on Monday. gAll
can protect,, their' monetary unaware Out this I* felony to attend any or all meetings. Jacksonville. April X from 1 to6'pan.. andTuesday
value. during our move? M... and punishable' by not more' This Is your city and :you can Mr. and Mri. Ralph M. April 4, from 8 a.nu Tax
R. Y., Rocky Point. N. Y in hdTaxlldums
the stats
than five years Exemption
attended Applications
ANHVYKR: : llouwhnUI mover* for, a fIDe not help make It a better place to Vaughan graduation until 12 noon.Handicrafts .
offer declared. valiw protection. penitentiary live. of Lieutenant Clark Li Gaines can be entered
providing suitable coverage.Since exceeding 91.000. At tile present Hampton Senior CIUzell8 Club ville.Mr.. in the Home Division. You can
you didn't specify what time we) can only demand had a delicious covered dish and Mrs.Joe Oliver spent obtain Fair booklets at the
the Itvmn ...... It would bebrM screeching: halt of this despicable
to chrck with local dinner at their March IS meeting last week In Ft. Lauderdale Hampton General store for
:your
f"t.Dcnr. .c on. A email child with 18 present. Reverend with ttielr daughter and son-in- rules and regulations..

Allra: We have threekchiml handling ttte poisoning substance Hamel of the Hampton Baptist law, Mr. and Mrs. James F, On the lporta' .ce.,., the
aiie children When : then later putting .his. Church was guest of honor. Cehron, their four grandsons, Little League is coming right
would IM the .bviii time to hands in his mouth could become Guests from the Starke Club and Mr. Oliver's sister, Mrs. along. They need assistance I
move? Mri. E. C.. Sknkle. III. desperately 111 and possibly were President, Joe Kerrigan, Margaret Crew Mr. Oliver with the up and coming! young

ANSMtK! a family: : 1&8 movr nut.Impurtantwhrn ..; what'sImrMirlMitl die from It. We're aware who Is organizing the Hampton entered the Veterans Hospital er boys as yet:; See Harold
IN how a familynrnvm. that Bradford County; needs a Club. Mnand Mrs. Carl Wednesday March 22,tolD'Mler- Waters If you're Interested.
That Hums up the. matrrlul humane shelter and control of Hoist and Helen Egan. The go surgery. The Man's. Slow Pitch softball .

,. pmwnlrd on the at. p."h'olli.a reeentNym.luln | stray animals. However poisoning group sang Happy Birthday to Matthew Wasdln of Graham had a good turn-out last
ml' rffwlH of moving en child. your neighbors* pets Is Mrs. Ruth Demlson who had a passed away Sunday morning Sunday. The next practice will
rrn. Our of tht .participant* not the solution.The birthday this month and I Love March 19th at the Lake City; be at 2 pjn. Sunday March
.Mulil: "Moving during them City Council met March You Truly to Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. He was a former 26, at the Hampton Boll Park.

thf himl Mummer yrar,,rathrr may make than during It .as.rr 14 with all members present. Lynn Hall who celebrate their Hampton mall carrier. They're getting the field in .. ,
\ fur a thllil In make friend. Francis Wmdsworth was welcomed wedding anniversary this The Hampton Baptist Church pretty good shape but could
A hnirhilrp MimnMrlilnn the back after an Illness. month. moved Into Its new church
Nvmixmlum IK avullnhlv. uponrwiupHl bulletin last week and will hold use a- little more help on it.
the

llriiwlvlrw.. frum III.Allied Van Line, meetings Members to voted evening to change hours to -----*-------....-.-_-----------_-..-_.-.-._--.-.-_-.-.-_--------------------.-.-I...................-.-.......................... .....................
enable more members to attend. .
Droir MIM Bnwmiim What : :
um Biimu uood cuHhlcmlnR matnrliil CHILD'SFLAT The next meeting will be
fur fmillle object Mra. April 7 and the first and third The Family To The Bradford County i j :
H II. Clucauo: 111. Fridays of each month there. Bring
AASMr.K! : : Hurt clran material after from 7 to 9 p.m. Anyone I
'* like IMU| ure bt-Mt. <<<:>ntrurv ASSAM AUSN' B
45 is Invited to
to what mime think.nrwHimrHr : from age up
aren't rectimmendetl FAMILY HAS A BALL come and bring a friend. Organization : I
for .wrapping, ItevauHe" the
of the club coming I
of Inveterate
We're a family
.
Ink may ruh urf and Nmudjrelhi
ball player*. Depending on along nicely. Officers elected
helm protected.Miivera
< tibjet-l!
h..vp Hpetlal. containersainl the westher and our moods for the coming year were Ralph i 1ihl L .
mulerliilM. to handle fruslleotijrcl our weekends arc filled with Vaughan, President; NannieWatterson. uru 1:
and II would' be winel baseball touch football baa Vice President LQsT
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kstball tennis running bases
let the rkH>rtH take rare .
having- _h. William Maxwell. Secretary i
of! wrapping. Ihenl. or Just
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One recent rainy: da,. my Lillian Hall! Assistant Secretary
Happiness la Inviting all daughter toll us how surprls. ;. Bell Brown, Treasurer; :
your relative! down on a Sun. ed she was. In reading Horn'er's House Chairman
Vaughan,
day they. cant come. "0dI"," In Junior high Evelyn : I
and Ruth Dennlson Cochairman. -
Sometimes happiness la school to find two references ; .
nothing at all-so long as It to ball playing. .
turns up the corners of your Armed with this precious bit
mouth and makes :you K.III.ABCINATINQ. of Intelligence, we went sourrvlna PERSONALS I I ,
to Uie encvolntMMlta IAflnd
of visitors
We've had a number
.
out more.We In the area. Mrs. Jessie :
:
found out that tlie bsll
has been use.. since) prehistoric May Sparkman visited with Mrs.
.J I times, being mentioned In Clifford Frevatt and family. I 1I /
earliest recorded. literature!and Col. and Mrs. William Trigg .
...
In graphic ""' .n"'tlona." Ancient and daughter Camttce visited
Roman baths even had
Mrs. Fred SackettCol.
and
a separate. room for ball play.Ing. Major ..
Trigg Is Chief of Foreign A /A lf iHr 77\J* *aui'* U*>*WVT I H ir tnemy -*-- -- :
Earliest descriptions: tell Technology at Patrick AFB,
the experts that the ancient Florida. I Straw Festival
ball was made of leather James Layok and Frank Tal- :
strips sewn together and filled
with various .....terlala.Th. arico of Danbury Conn were
smallest was a hard ball here for the Gator Nationals :
filled with either The largest Drag Races Gainesville.They .
had an air filled bladder were guests of Mrs. Lillian : Thurs. Fri. Sot. Apr. 5-6-7-8 301 North ..
similar to our basketball. Ingenlath and Mr.and Mrs..Terry ,
That brings me to the newest Boatwrlght.Mrs. .
development In the fascinating Esther Perkins of Houston :

It's the world Porky of Ball ball being play"""Introduced Texas Is visiting In Hampton VISIT THE EXCITING MIDWAY

by Ideal Toy Corporation. with her son, Lt Michael i :,
The Porky Bsll-Porky Clark and his wife Karen. She
Is for porcupine. .Is round like for the graduation of her
a ball but Its soft plastic came S FUN FOR THE .FAMILY
Lt. Clark, who graduated
points make It Incredibly. easy son iRIDJi S
I Io
to catch and throw. O .
from the University of Florida
None of us can figure out _
why, but ones we start play. in Gainesville and was commissioned S ;
Ing with It.we can't stop-More In the U.S Army } GAMES JPKIZESmmmmmmmitm
.
good news Is that the' Porky Infantry as a.SecondnLleuten- <; =
Ball Is being given wMUtMe77tor ::; > ; ; "
ant en Satul'da7."M\trcll18\ ;Mts
By a limited time bferpartlcjvipatlng .... mtm mmtmmmmmtMmmmm fmmmtmmm .- < fV 'r 'd :
Clark will visit with her mot -- -. -- -- ;,
WAUTER: ALVAREZ toy dealers all over thecountry. -- I .. f '
VISIT THE EXHIBITS THE VARIOUS
her in Arizona while Ll Clark I .
IT'S TRUE. THERE attends further training I In Ft. .It,; ; 't
13 A FLYING FISH fat .. DISLAY BOOTHS LIVESTOCK
Bennlng Ca., then she will Join REGISTER'I
Fishrrmrn are known 10 rxncccrulo. her husband at his.. ftrat"llgn. : .

/ / : but one mny be lolling Happiness Is losing an anument > ment In Alaska.My ( FOR FREE PRIZES .l i'
Iho truth If1/(' wild hp snw a to your wife only to Imd sister and her husband i J
(lying fiNh. Thrro: Is n llsh. fnunrl out later she was really wrong ,
in both! the AllunMc and PiicificGvenns. after all.Happiness. out Mr. and of Centralla Mrs. Ralph Hi.E. Velt- ......... ................................................................................................ :
which In cnpablo of la finding man a re .
your high.school ,pweetheert spending the week with ourparen" r. ..
flights i of .r)0 yttrdn or more. ,
looks 20 yean older too Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .
This! fiiih in rnrcly more than Happiness Is learning the Vaughan.\ The Veltmans and I ..
on! foot in length and Is able to kid who thinks :your child Is

"fly" through the jtlr because It stupid lias. to go to summer ---_ ..-. L -r.; :
catapult Itself! out of the water school too.Happiness JggMM* *S agag B s.esTHBJJSps mjim a.aHgssssKss*

by then swimming glide through vigorously the air and for place with ,the soft golden rnualo Is an nectar open combined of Ore.) In Your Home '

abort I Momewhnt disllln' like<:,('S.glider The tins wings extend and Wild making Turkey you feel bourbon good ad, over.Happiness and. t !A Beautiful World Begins I

keep Uw fish aloft for short periods la having. your /
dress cantsrford
wife try on a :you

tory-or of time.Is H?That ain't no fish fit her and anyway.Happiness finding. out It doesnt B. "That Is After You Visit Badcocks" B d< t tI.

Well, you won't get any fish for a wile Is deciding t
stories from us -only friendly, the gorgeous, glamorous _
young blonde examining the .
courteous service. We know house next door la only .... '
our empty ..... I. .! 7T"T: f I-. !'\\.I' \- .
that our customers are the real estate; :
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greatest asset. Our business is Happiness Is finding out the 'I: '", ", .' .,, t _;.:, \". t .'
built around satisfied customers. dull couple you absolutely. I. /, ', \\I : '
HAVE: TO HA VI to :your next I .j.J1f JtI: I ;. <'.
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to't'
Drop by today and find out firsth.md party Is going awsy on vacation '..' .. /: '. .," ... .. J
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about our friendly service. :i' ; :
that week.Happiness \ .. ( .. .J-. ,. .0 >.4.
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your cancelled check.Hnpplness \' ...'of-. $,j.." ." ., ,1"1 01
Is already getting t. '. ;. :
Into maternity clothes before ,' :
the neighborhood busybody .
knows you are pregnsnt.Happiness .
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LAWTEYPalatka
WILDLIFE'COMMENTS ) Eon B3.eabadMr
and Mr*. OJ. Anders were Mr. Miss PrUcllla Tanner 01 die
ACTIVITIES were visiting Mn. and Mn. Jack XXvgerof and Mn. David Johnson of Atlanta ,University of South Florida In I.
Mn.1 Raymond Bryan U visiting Macclemy visited Mr. and Ga Mn.Ruby Leila" ,and ,Tampa la spending her' spring
Lois Wilkinson Daisy
> ON THE OUTDOORSby Grace United Methodist: Sun Bach and Lynn dMir1ng the) her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. B. E. ReddIsh. on'Sunday. Mn. C. it StelnhouaerofJackaonvUle. Vacation with Mr. and Mn. I..
School O.J. -Andor
day 9i45 Worshipcantos. Mr. and Mn. S Tanner.
C. In
and Frank Hardy; Bridgeport *
weekend.
11 ajn. 7 p nt.; Conn. attended the funeral of his cou- Mr. and Mrs. Bill ARden Mr. and Mn. W.R. Dlxn
,
MYF 6 Mrs. Ralph Wise Is a patIent -
Or O.E. Frye Jr. 6 gayer Wednesday '- In St. V ncent'a Hospital Mr. and Mn. J. Clyde Grant sin: Mrs. Elizabeth Robert- are wttti their' son. Michael were visiting Weir' son and
M pun. meeting 1PoIII. when she underwent mur of Orlando an visiting her on, In Jacksonville on Mon who to a patient Inst.Vincent's daughter-in-law/ Mr. and Mrs. I.
Director gory last week. She Is ap brother-in-law and slater Mr. day. Hospital. We hope he will aoon W.W. gnat and family In
and Mn. James Rosier. Wednesday visitor of Mr. recover: Palatka the tint of the week.
GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION Church of God Sunday. School 1J&rentl1l8tt1n1r on aattfactor-

--- -- ___. __m__ 9:45 ajn.. Worshp services 11 _..-on.
: .,4-l f--- ajn.. and 7:30 p.m. Family
(FPR.A new year 1. uponus with'additional protection and night Wed nesdayT:30..
and nobody knows what It patrol of lands placed In the
will bring. Rather than wildlife management area Highland Baptist Sunday;
;
speculate on the future we'll /School IMJ: : The
program. a.m. Worship services Join
again take a moment and look 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m.. Carrier Comfort Parade
at the past and give you this One bad note during 1971 was Prayer meeting Wednesday :7
reminder of the year just gone. the fact that the Commissionwas p.m. followed by Choir Prac-
We hope It was a good one for forced to reject an additionof tice.
,you and that 1972 will be even 100,000 acres to the ,
better. Steinhatchee Wildlife .
Lawtey Homemakers met at "
Back in 1970 the individual Management Area in Lafayette the home of the president Mrs. '
wildlife officer had the County and a 50,000 acre tract George D. Kelly on Thursday ,
responsibility of protecting for public bunting in Gulf mornlngr last week. Mrs. T. I
wildlife recourcea ,in an area County. These areas were not L. Walnwrlght the devo-
exceeding .300,000 acres per Included In the public hunting tional.' and thev gave made further
man. During late 1970 and program due to the simple Plans for exhibits at the County -
during lir.'l; the enforcement problem of insufficient man- t; Fair opening April 5. After
arm of the Commission was power for proper protection and adjournment Mrs. Kelly served
strengthened with additional patrol. brunch, and asocial hour was
wildlife officers and the area of During: 1971; the Commission enjoyed by all. Then wen a- I '
responsibility has now been initiated a statewide program bout 17 In attendance.
reduced to approximately for education and training of Ysaarnr.a "" ? .
This is citizens and sportsmen In the
241,000 acres per man.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Padgett
safe and of firearms.The .
still a tremendous area of enforcement proper use and son of Gainesville spent
patrol but it is an new statewide hunter and Sunday with Mrs. Earl Pad-
improvement and wildlife law firearm safety training
enforcement has become more program ended the year with gett.
more than one thousand certified -
realistic. Mrs. Ernest Wells spent a
Of the new enforcement training instructors and few days with Mr. and Mrs.
personnel two have received full time coordinator of the Wlllard Rich and Mr. and
special assignments. One officer program.The Mrs.Tommy Cllchrlst In West
has been assigned to un- program of citizens for Palm Beach. '
dercover work with special conservation through a Game
in of com- and Fish Reserve Officer
areas
emphasis Revand Mrs. Donald Denton
mercialization of fish and operation was stabilized with a
and children wen visiting relatives -
wildlife. The other special full time reserve coordinator.At In Boynton Beach Wed-
assignment is in'' the area of the start of 1972 there are 37 nesday to Monday.
inspections for the purpose of uniformed reserve officers
enforcement of Florida laws located in eight counties to aid
and Mrs. A.D.
Mr.
.which relate to the importationof and assist all branches of Visiting
c8>
exotic animal life. conservation.. Dobbs on Sunday were Mr. and
of wildlife of- Mrs. Charles Simmons' granddaughter -
ficers Assignment to land areas containing Fishing opportunities also Mrs. Gerald Carmichael 'alai! Cllltrai Heating And Air .CanditiOrd
Mrs.
wildlife management areas has improved during the past year of Jacksonville. SJ- .
resulted in the Commission .with the completion of a new 350 Pearl Dobbs of Jacksonvillewas
being able to retain most of the acre lake in northwest Florida. a Wednesday visitor. INCLUDES UP TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 60.000 BTU
lands included inFlorida's This lake is scheduled to receivean
private Blanchard and
Miss Arthur1ne $125
FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 0
public hunting initial stocking of game fish Miss Enza Blanchard were dinner
Without such early in 1972.
program. guests of Mr. and Mrs. COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX
assignments and additional Clarence S. McLeod of Jack-
much of this 1971 was a good year and we
wildlife officers sonville on Sunday. In the
private land would quite likelybe will be working to make 1972 afternoon they called on Mrs.
lost for public use and public even better.. Bill Harrell.

hunting acquire opportunities.To and .maintain Income lax* returns* need not Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grlf- Ad&'ou..2, Tans f tiff Air Cf. foraini To Your System
be filed until April 17 this
lands for public huntingit
private fis and Mr. and Mrs. MalnesGrlffls
is necessary that the Commission year giving us a whole extra and their families ofJi:1'
provide landowners weekend of agony.

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.'-a i i is or 473-4182 L--leWOMAN'S The Clay County; Health Department March 21S2 to 4 p.m., Green eI
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CLUB Walter Grollck and Mrs. Ger- local veterinarians, announces .
trude Christoffers, both past that the amual rabies Innocula- !1 All warm blooded pet should
The regular monthly! covered President of the Community; tlon clinic will be held at the i be Inoculated annually, and all
dlah luncheon of the Ke Church Women' Organisation following times and places: :'owner are. urged to take ad-
tone Height/ Woman Club will poured at the tea table. March 25, 9 a.m. to 12 noon 'vantage of this service. The fee
be held on Tuesday Murch 28. Two beautiful screens, Imported Mlddleburg civic center. for each Inoculation will be at
at 12 noon. The program will from Japan, March 25, 2 to 4 pan., Keystone the reduced rate of $2.50 per
be given by Mr. Harold Stringer on the stage with IV werewined Height city; paric. animal. I
,of Calneavllle who will In and out of the open work. IErosion
talk on Arta and Cratta and Large potted plant and asa- And Pollution Problems Beset KeystoneErosion
how her Doll Collection. .
The
leas were placed by the screens
Chairman will be Mr. Am while basket filled with vine
Liggett and member of the and plants hung\ from the cell- 1----- and pollution problems j I Photo at right shows nolla Streets to the low point With complaints coming at
Loser Team will be. host..5. ...- and, and potted flower decorated now threatening Little I another wide gully eaten out on on the lake. every Council meeting, the cityis ;
the front of the stage.Mr Lake Keystone are shown In I the Lawrence W. Simmons lot seeking a solution but has
The Woman's Club sponsored *. Barry Wyman President these two views. Just before excess water spills Other property; owners on the nothing In its budget to meet
the Coke Booth at the REA greeted guests and calledon STARINSTALLATION into the lake. Sand and clay lake are almost as unhappyas the approximate $1,600 expense
EASTERN
Annual Meeting with Mrs. Lou the General Chairman of the : HELD The new Worthy Matron and At left fs spot where water washed down through this those living next to the gul- of building a catch basin and
Worthy Patron were also draining down hill from Lawrence
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Tlmmin a* Chairman presented channel ly because they say that sand concrete drainage structure
and formed
Tea Mrs. James Cook, who Before Invited guests and families with the Larson Jew- Boulevard becomes turbulent a small
delta out into the and clay washing Into the lake at this point.Property .
the third lake.
greeted guests for
of the officer of
GARDEN CLUB new ells, and the Star Point received after crossing Azalea Is polluting the water, makingIt
to this lovely event. She
The Garden Club of the Lake year Keystone Height Chapter OES their emblematic pins, Place and has washed out a"ravine" unfit for swimming and
stated that it was the 18th Annual 279, an Impressive Installation which were gifts from P. M. is divided as to the
Opinion
met at the Municipal\ BuildingIn the Church about six feet deep threatening the fishing. Little owner Simmons,
Tea given by
Keystone Heights on March ceremony was held on March Beatrice Schroeder who was and ten feet wide between the city's responsibility; to property; Lake Keystone has no outlet now living In Baldwin, would
16. Hostesses were Mrs. Francis Women and asked guest to sip 18 In the Masonic Temple. unable to be present since she street and the lake. Althoughthe owners In this situation. Some except In time of high water like .to build a home on his
their tea and enjoy a visit The Call to Order was givenby lives at Hobe Sound. it's the city's Job to
think pro-
now five-foot drainage property but he Is afraidto
Melrick, Mrs. John Sullivan with friends while munching city owns a when It overflows into Lake ; says
and Mrs. Ralph Naples. on the delicious refreshment Worthy Patron Floyd Koons The 1972 officers of Keystone easement at this point, the vide some relief, while others Geneva. At the present timeIt do so until the erosion problem
and the entrance of the 1971 W.M.
Paul Burdick of Gainesvillewas \ prepared by Mrs. Raymond Heights Chapter are erosion has bitten deep Into feel the erosion results from has no way of clensing !Itself Is solved. lie thinks It's
officers wan: followed by Wor- Betty Slices W. P.Homer Slkes,
guest speaker and his talk Farris and her committee.Mrs. thy Matron Mattie Lee Kings- Associate; Matron Arcena Wilson the Iota of property; owners on natural causes -- that is,water because the outlet is not the city's responsibility; topro-
vide relief.
and demonstration on "Bonzai sides. rushing down Cardinal and Mag- flowing.
both
Cook introduced the program bury conducting the opening ce- Associate Patron Winton
Trees" were enjoyed by the chairman, Mrs. L. C. remony. Keeth, Secretary Phyllis Hus-

20 members. and three guest Gayle, who In turn Introducedthe The Worthy Matron intro- sey. Conductress Nell Rhoden,, _:"Tn.-.':-:.:-:._:.:-.:-.:..:..:-..<.<'.:-.;,.:.,:.>-,.;,.:.,;,.:.,:.,;,.:,.;,.:,.;.,,;,.:,.:-.;..:-.;..".>.>.;..:,.;,.:.,;.",.:,.;,.:,.:,.;,:.,.:,.:,.;,.:".&...:';.':. '.:'.nn;'::>>:S--'.::.::.::.;::::}::f.:f:n3if: : : .3.: :rr' :rrr'ins: :3rv: .:::.::.}I:}::.r:.::-},::}:$::}:.::}::}::'.:'.:'.::.:},.}..I:.::.::"J:.':.,:.':v/J isyJ"f: }::,4:Y.'i.:I.. .'xfirrrs: ;,.:'r. .I:'!
present.g' guest artist, Mrs. Marlon duced the honored Installing Associate Conductress Jackie
the short business Conner of Jacksonville. She ficers: Mrs. Verna Brice Weeks Treasurer Vera Own- i' --I
meeting it was voted to postpone gave an'account of her vast Adah GeneralGrand I IThe
Grand of the bey, and Sentinel LonnIe,Rho- I
the Flower' Show until performances In dramatic Interpretations Chapter and Past Gran dent (elective). I Clay Electric Meeting Today
next Fall. The April meeting of books in the Matron who was the Installing Appointed officers: Chaplain
time and place were changed. past and announced that she Grand Officer; Vincent Geraldine Jackson, Marshall
There will be a CorsageWorkhop would give her interpretationof Brice, Past Grand Patron of Mattie Lee Klngsbury.Organist
on April 27 at 10 a.m. at "The Peaceable Kingdom"by Florida, Assisting Installing Irene Williams; Adah Susie David A. Hamil, Administrator -
St. William's Church Hall. Jan deHartog. Mrs. Con- Officer; Mrs. Louise Lattmer, Gornto. Ruth Margaret Russell of the Rural Electrification
Members are asked to bring ner made her entrance from Past Grand Esther, as Installing ; Either, Jo Ann Roberts; Administration, will be the key
a sandwich Materials will be the back of the room dressedIn Grand Chaplain; Miss Mary Martha, Dorothy Koons;: Elec- speaker at Clay Electric Coop
furnished. full costume and took her erative's annual meeting in
Laura Johnson,Grand Treasurer ta Bonnie Ludwig: ; Warder.
.place on the beautifully decorated as Installing Grand Mar- Miriam; Poole.Refreshments. b'73 Keystone Heights today(Thurs-
CONGRATULATIONSSeveral stage to give an amazing shall; and Mrs Ima Williams, were served in day).
Keystone young people performance,. holding the As Administrator, Hamil is
Past Grand Organist, a* Installing the banquet hall during the social -
won awards at the recent guests In awe and suspense Grand Organist. hour, with Mrs. Jo Reed responsible for lending govern-
Region Six Science Fair held until the last word. This 18th Following the formal Introductions chairman of hostesses. A min- ment funds to' more than 900
at the Gainesville Mall. Nancy Annual Sliver Tea will long be electric and
Mrs. Arcena Wilson, iature piano cake was on display telephone cooperatives -
White won first place In the remembered by all who attended. Conductress, approached the on the table where refreshments in the nation. Serving In
Senior Physics Division, Cheryl Associate h htron's station and were served.Spring this capacity; since 1969, Mr.
Rowe won second place In Mrs. Cook wishes to express presented her with gavel from flowers centered the table. Hamil has established a reputation -
the Jr. Physics Division, and her thanks to the many fine the officers of the 1971 Chapter The March 21 Chapter meeting for fairness throughoutthe
Donnie Trlest won Honorable committees who helped to make year. Betty Slkes accepted and will be presided over by nation's cooperative busrinesses.
Mention In the Junior Physics. the tea a success: Program expressed a desire to follow the Matron and Patron .
Congratulations to these fine Chairman, Mrs. L. C. Gayle; in the footsteps of her predecessors The voting for three trustees,
young people for their projectsand Reservations, Mrs. Michael as she presides a* COMMUNITY CHURCH entertainment by the gospel
performances Redfearn; Tea Table, Mrs. J. Worthy Matron In 1972. The The Advent of Easter was singing "Prophets" and a free "
A. Williams; Guest tables,Mrs.- 1971 officer then retired. observed at the Community; lunch served by Clay Electric / i -H
RABIES CLINIC Jack Huberstroh; Table decor- Following a short Intermission Chjrch on Palm Sunday, March employees at noon will also
Don't forget the Rabies Cli- ations. Mrs. Gertrude Christoflers the Impressive entranceof 19, with the presentation of a :_\tL highlight the day as Co-op mem-
nic to be held on Saturday, ; Stage Decorations, the 1972 officers was ob- cantata, "Behold Your King." bers gather for their 34Ui annual
March 25, from two to four at Mrs. Joel Roberts and Mrs. served. Betty!; Sikes had selected Raymond Farris, narrator, meeting.T.L. y
the City; Park.DUPLICATE Wayne Donohoo Ushers, Mrs. her chapter colors of dusty; read the Bible passages, as Drake, president of the
Roy Bridges, Mrs. Ellis Rhol- pink and red and each woman the choir gave the message in David Hamil Board of Trustees, will call the Prophets
BRIDGE in, and Mrs. Exa Manerlng; officer's corsage was brilliant Bong Soloist included Pastor meeting to order at 9 a.m.
Winners for Tuesday, March Hostesses Mrs Miller Wrin- on her white( evening gown. Stewart McCord Dan Nail, 0- ....." -r
14, were: First, Mr*.Ray Becker kle; and all the girls who The men officers Hfpre.: white leda.ReynoldV Fran .Turknett .
and Mrs.' Phil,,'Kromer.Tied* OWm&>,$4jefre8hments, Mrs. dinner Jackets with black l 1 bow, *Effle Gouldthorpe, Nanc/Hen.'" TJeWittT. Jones
for second were Mrs:: It. T. Raymond Farris; Mint! cups, ties, black trousers, and small dry, Wllllonell Frazier, Tom Funeral Home
Dent and Mrs. W. J. Gr>21ck, Mrs. R. N. Sunderland; Guest lapel flower in pink. The corsages Frazier, Carson Roberts and
and Mrs. Gay Livingston and Book Mrs. William Reynolds, were fashioned by organist Barbara Barrows, with Mrs. ,:.:.;, INDIAN BEACH .......
Mrs. Raymond Starnes. Tied Jr. and Mrs. Donald Morgan;; Irene Williams The two Elizabeth Nail as organist and STARKE
for third were: Mrs. Bob Clare Seating Register, Mrs. Har- Sweetheart Officers 'were e- choir director. lake Santa Fe)
and Mrs. S. P. ashoff and old Ingram and Mrs. Fred qually attractive In their pink Holy Week services will be By Michael n. Chltty I PHONE !M6I-C200) '

Mrs. Roland Bryanand Mrs. Smith; Publicity; Mrs. James blouses and long evening skirtsIn held each evening at 7:30.: The
C. V. Home; and fourth, MI'.. Cook; Flowers and Plants compliments red velvet. first three will be brief. SERVICES IN NEW CHURCH Jack and Barbara of Orange
Charles Hepttnstall and Mrs. of Zlke's Garden The open Bible on the altar The first services were held Park, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Paul Stelnmetz. Shop; Canopy Compliments De- was over 140 years old and FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe in the new Hampton Bapd.tChurch Douglas and Mike, Tom and
Winner for Thursday evening Witt C. Jones; and the flower was the family Bible of the Family Fellowship of which I am a mem- Ronnie of Alachua Ruby Dyal PHONE 17. -:3176

March 16, were: Tied arrangements were made by Worthy Matron, printed In Dutch monthly dinner wl1be\ held ber, last Sunday, and we praisethe (Continued To. Next Pogt)
for first, Mr. and Mrs. C..E. Mrs. Edna Williams, florist, with a marker made by Mrs. at the church on Friday evening Lord for the beautiful new
Lovewell of Chicago, 111, and Melrose. Slkes' father. March 24, at 6:30.ANNOUNCEMENTS building and the larger facili
Mr. and Mrs.Raymond Starnes; The Executive Board Meeting Mrs. Annie Sikes Loadholtz ties. It Is really ,reat.
second Mr and Mrs. Bill Bart- of the Community; Church rendered a vocal solo of The We will\ be holding Revival Johnson & FarisORTHO
lett; third, Mr*. Mary Cook Women will be held on March Lord's Prayer to her mother The Senior Citizens of Brad- Services starting next Monday
and Jim Fox;and tied for fourth, 27 at 1 p.m. All Executive and father, who had Just been ford County; of which several night at 7:30: with Andy Tel-
Mr. and Mr*. At Bachmann, Board members please attend Installed, and made appropriate Keystoners are members, will ford as speaker Brother Tel-
and Mrs. Paley.Boyd, and Mrs.R this Important meeting. responses.The hold their annual White Ele ford is almost 80 years old and SALE
P. Vogh.ANNUAL April 3 will be the General unique courtesy, given phant Auction at 1 p.m. on is still preaching the Gospelall !
Meeting date. This will be an by the new officers In honor March 28.. President Joe Ker- over the world. We will\
evening meeting: at 7:30 p.m. of the new WM: ?uj 'VP was rigan will bring some new wind up the week with dedication -
SILVER TEA The devotional will be given based on musical symbols relating of national interest pertaining of the new building and GAINESVILLE
IS BEAUTIFUL EVENT by Mrs. Roy Turknett Mrs.L. to the work of the Eastern to Senior Citizens and Congressional Homecoming service on Sunday -
The Educational Building of C. Gayle has an unusual Star. action on the proposed March 26. All former
the Community. ; Church was the program planned for the evening Outgoing Matron Mattie Lee 20% Increase In social members and others are welcome Weed and Feed
setting for the 18th Annual Silver which she will present Kingsbury was presented with security; payments to attend the services,
Tea of the Community; along with Mrs. Barry Wymanon her Past Matron's pin by her The Game-Fun day of the which will include dinner on
Church Women on March 17. the Cathedral In the Pine husband, John Klngsbury, and club will be held on March the grounds.
Guests entered under a canopy of New Hampshire Please attend .- outgoing Patron Floyd Koons
30 at 1:30 p.m. in the Lions FASTACTING.
and were seated In the audi- and support your Circle was presented by his wife Dor- Club. PERSONALS: 5i
torium. The small tea tables leaders a* there are only two othy, Fast Matron, with watch We're coming right along with l Oi THD
were covered with white cloths more meetings before the attendance bracelet with the emblems of PERSONALSVI our home-building project. The CONTROLS MANY
and centered with vases holding contest will be an.pounced. his office. Chance, widow of the late walls are up and the roof driedIn.
colorful spring flowers. The Help your circle bea former Civil Defense officer The aluminum siding Is up BROADLEAF LAWN WEEDS. M .
larger tea table was covered winner by attending the tad Constable, Ray Chance, on a couple of walls, so Its Weed i
at the Masonic Temple from 9
witha white chiffon cloth I
meeting. '
writes that she receives The beginning to look real good and Feed
trimmed in lace and held silver A Dinner is ajn. to 5 p.m. Mrs. Thelma
Family Night Telegraph and would like to now. My father, James, took PROVIDES A WELL BALANCED f.
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tea services end for April 12. This will Wallace will be the chairmanand
attach-: planned receive more personal news off for Boca Grande on a fish-
that all 1-
with a large center arrange be the last Family Night dinner tems has be requested brought> to the Temple about residents of Keystone. ing trip last week. They caught FERTILIZER THAT PROMOTESTHE
ment of early spring Cowers until Fall. Friday afternoon be- Although she lives In the Washington a good variety; including snookup GROWTH OF HEALTHY
with sliver candelabr at each A has been on Please D C. area, she naturally to 20 pounds You might
3 and 5 put
side holding wfclto' tapers.Mrs. planned f oraorday, April 29, tween p.m and racks call\ this a vacation from a vacaUon. GREEN GRASS. '
things on hangers, misses old friends and He's been on vacation

____ ________u______.____________. ____ will be provided for hanging would like to keep upwlth them. from his Job at DuPont for
all articles. Her address Is: Mrs. Violet nearly five weeks, but he's EASY TO APPLY WITH ANY TYPE

AUTOMOBILE LOANS HERE N' THERE Watt Apt.Chance, 438, ,Old McLean Dominion, Va.Drive 22101, been working and bath on the upstairs two bedrooms all- FERTILIZER SPREADER. 'A
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
and she would appreciate hearing -
that time. If look-
you come
Jr. and daughter Julie, of NIs-
from old friends. Ing for us, we're living In the
kayuna N. Y., and Mr*. Watt
Sr., of Schenectady, N. Y. recently VI says she hn had three only two-story house on the 29% lb. Bag _
spent two weeks with operation on her left eye, and north shore of Big Santa Fe. Covers 4,000 ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuberof ear surgery, but she i* able Wednesday of last week I sq..
Clover Lane. Mrs. Watt to travel and plans a trip to had supper and spent the night Reg 9.95
Is the Schuber' dauglier. California In May. with Otis and his parents, Lon S
Recently many Rotarians of Sick folks still being hospitalized nie and Norma Melton. Then only I $49
, this area spent several days or In nursing homeland Thursday. I spent the day with per bag
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" at a Rotary Convention at Disney needing cheer are Mrs. my cousin, Mrs. Regina Chit-
o World. The Keystone Ro- Aimee Bryon In the Veterans I ty; and sons In Starke.
.z. tary Club had the distinction of Hospital, Gainesville; William Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter
having the largest percentage Beam ST., In Bradford County spent last Monday In Jacksonville Annual Plants
of their membership of any / Hospital: Mrs. Daisy Hall with the David Reid Dahlias I
other Club. An enjoyable time and Mrs. Isabell Firth, both family, and D. W. had a medical Petunias
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all who attend- In Gainesville nursing homes check-up while there.
was reported by Dinner Plate Size *
Those who recently hospitalized Snaps
ed. were Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hall
but now able to be and son Chris of Savannah, -A-Sal via
Pay Cash on the Spot. out and around Include Mrs. Ga., spent the weekend with Mr. *;
Cecil Nell, Mrs. Miriam Slo- and Mrs. George Ellis. 3/89
Drive away the same day. enjoy your S.E. McKAY comb, and Mrs. Dorothy Koons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Valumasof 89 $
who are gaining slowly. Mr. Thomasvllle
REALTORK.y.toii Ga., visited Don;
new car without delay. That's what you Marlon Driscoll returned home Dick and France Milliard last

can do when you finance your car in It... 473-481C. a week 110.GreaUnp. week
to Paul and Daisy Mac, Betty!; and Chuck Mc-
advance, with an Auto Loan here. Cuendet who have both retired Gowan spent the weekend! with Johnson & Paris Inc.
ACR'EACSRENTALS :
HOMES. !
from their former employment Jack and Lou Miller and fam-
In Dallas, Texas and have returned ily. Sunday, Jack and Lou visited -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK to their Florida home Mr. and Mrs.Claude Pitch- 224 NW 8th Ave.
White Sand Lake.
on ford of Interlachen. Joan MU-
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Member FJJ.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. sl .IM pea! 47S-4T4O Among the 100 or more ladles ler recently celebrated her Mailer Open Saturday
r bb J.-UaU: attending the Silver Tea birthday with a cook-out at :.. Am.k.rd Charg, J GAINESVILLE 'til 5:30p.m.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your FrIendly' last week were Mrs. David Devil's Millhopper.Those helping
Community." Nelson and Mrs. Albert Holt her celebrate Included: Mr.
--'" of Wesley Manor. and Mrs. Buddy Kelly and Mike,

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CLASSIFIED AD RATES SEWING A la Your Roof
Hole
house. Desirable loca
Deadline for Insertion Monday tion. M. A. Payne, phone 964- BUY YOU PAY FOR THE bet' RrtVolkswagen ...

/o 5 p. m. preceding Thursday 6560. After 5 p.m. tfchg. MACHINESal.s HOME YOU OCCUPYWe 1 Or A

before publication 4WHOLE
- FOR HENT- and Service Make It So Easy To Own ANew
: Minimum Charge$1.75 2 bedroom furnished
r y:1: (Covers 15 words) home in country, on one PFAFF ELNA Or Used Home. ft .. NEW
Each word over 15, I 81! acre. Call 964-8699. Itp
Now Homes 12' wldes 24' wldes : ROOFJ

: -1YI All Classified Ads must be 1971 OPAL Station Wagon;6,000 WHITE New Used Repos .
S paid for In advance unless miles, $250. Assume payments. .4ew 41 10wg & J Roofing Co.
you have established 980 mo. Phone 964-8417. $49:50 up Up To 12 Years To Pay gape Berke ,
with The Telegraph, In that Up Means low, low Payments Phone 964-8088 or 4734735.
event SOtf! extra charge for Parts 8> Repairs en 1 Mt North ef TMi MailQAINESViIJd Hlway 301 South .

billing. Not responsible for FOR SALEWelch mare.chlld'i all other Make Ma. Wo Trade For Anything From i: .
errors when given over the saddle and bridle. Very chln.a.NATIONAL. Coats To

(Bud) Misell, Jr. (right) receives 1971 Pr.*l. phone or when copy Is not gentle 473-4856.good with children. Ph. Billy Battleships SEWING MACHINE-CleaMd

dont't Plaqu. from th* Chamb.r of Comm.rc. 1972 typed; and brought to the office Itp 6 ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOME oiled and, adjusted<( In YOU'

Maxi Carter Jr., mad th* presentation last Thursday 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired home, 500. Vaevnm cleaner
as h* presided ov.r his first meeting. - 5 ROOMS: WITH BATH 611 W. Univ. Avo. Orange Ave. (U.S. 17)) and cleaned a( Dahmors DIscount repairs also. All work guaranteed. .
Central heat in Phone 284-5439 Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
perfect condition fast service. tfchg
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Gainesville Florida '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .- close in with fenced Green Cove Springs, Fla. 431-1428 thong

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I $1.75 Inch yard, paved street, Real bargain 378-1355 ,

Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas INDIAN BEACHLake 2 Inch minimum per -- $3.50 mas,, Real with Estate terms.Broker.A.,J. Tho-Tel. INCOME TAX SERVICEWe INTERSTATE MOBILE Home
are happy to announce thatG.
tor.Sunday --- -- 9(4-5701 9646850. GOOD PENSACOLA Hay for moving In Fla..CaJl, 964-S604.
School, 9:45': : Morning 'r Phillip Redmon and Margaret -
Choir ( SnU Fe) sale. Seasonably priced. Tele- tfchg
Worship, II; Youth Rehearsal I Crosby have Just completed -
B7: Michael H. ChlUy Memorials Resolutions! Proclamations phone 984-7679. tfchg
Church an advance course In
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5:451 p.m.; Card of 'thanks SPRING. BARGAINS Hard top
Training 6:30; Evening Worship Plume <475-1112< $4.00 Minimum, up to 50 camper trailer made by Cole- Boots M income tax preparation and LOTS FOR SALE Starke Colt
7:30.Tuesda3: words. Each word over 50- man-Cranks up -Nylon Screen- NEWLY REMODELED Home will be most happy to assist & Country Club, ready for
Church Outreach, (Cont'd. From Preceding Pag)I Rt ing-sleeps four-never used. For Sale -- 3 bedroom,:2 all FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY you In filling out your Incometax. building on or for Investment..
10 a.m. i 3:30: and 7:30: p.m. Value over $900. Special Sale new large baths, 14 x 12 living Lots area approximately 1/2
Wednesday Night of Gainesville and Debbie Smith Price $300. Phone 533-2866. room, large den new built-. WESTERN SHIRTS Town Finance Company, 226N. acre and larger. Paved! roads
Dinner (covered dish 6:30 Jack and Jeff Miller and 13 TRACTOR TRAILER 3tp.>> 3/30 in kitchen cabinets. Large 125x Temple Ave. 964-7449 tlcllaLEW'S only 3 minutes from town.
p.m. WMS, RA. and Brother- other motorcycle: enthusiasts TRAINEES NEEDEDWE : 200 lot with trees, high and Call 964-7701, 8 a.m to 5 p.m.
hood meetings, 7:15: ; Hour of from the Keystone area campedout ARE currently offering dry Re!, 100 East. 3 miles. tfchg
Power, 8: Choir Rehearsal! at Daytona, and enjoyedthe tractor trailer training throughthe Very convenient terms. Call 9
8:45. Races. Joan facilities of the following 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru
: Motorcycle CARL BIGGS RUGS :x 9, $3.19; 9 x 12,
Our pastor left Sunday evening spent last weekend with( the truck lines: Truck line Distri Saturday Tfchg WELDING SHOP $5.98. Many colors and pat-
March 12, for Dallas, Tex- Buddy Kelly family In Orange bution Systems Inc.: Express Gulf Service I SOOTS terns Also larger sizes--
as where he attended the School Park T. C. Miller and Jerry Parcel Deliveries Inc.; Sky- Pines DAHMER'S DISCOUNT. lOt/chg
of Prophets at the First Baptist Payton camped out at Rodman line Deliveries, Inc. For appli- Ued Ports BIOS WALLETS Whispering Jtfp- 3/23
Church cation and call 904- tel US 301 & Phone
of Dallas. lie returned Dam last weekend and caughta interview
THE FINEST SELECTION OF
late Sunday, March 19. lot of nice catfish. 388-4607. or write School Safe- ACCESSORIES 934.8252
Nineteen of our young people Chuck and Debbie Eddy, and ty Division, United Systems, USED CARSIn FURNITURE I FOR SALE- Bedroom! 2 bath
accompanied by Mrs..Faye Robert and Yvonne Bryant, the Inc., Terminal Bidg., 1716 Mc- Finetth Leather UTILITY TRAILERS brick home, located ountry
McCormick, Mr. & Mrs. Bill vlyweds from Atlanta, Ga., Duff Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. this whole! area Quality Home Furnishings CUSTOM\ BUILT Club Estates Central heat and

Neylans. and Mrs. Joanne Gas- spent the weekend with Tom 32205. Placement& assistance a- 24 Hr. Wrecker Service I> Custom ,.UrapeiionCarpeting CARRADINE5UATHER GAS AND' ELECTRIC air conditioning, fully carpeted
sett attended a Youth Meeting and Lllllam Norwood. vailable. Over 700 transportation WELDING BRAZING Approximately 1-1/8 acre of
at Brooker Baptist Church Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lewisof companies have hired our USED PARTS -Interiors SHOP SHEET METAL land. Call Bill Powell at 964-
urday evening. We are pleased Starke spent last Sunday graduates. 2t/chg. -- 3/23 by Victor MILE SOUTH ON US. 301 TRAILER HITCHES 6464, or 964-6810 after 5
Hwy. 301 N, Waldo 11329 Park Av.. Park :
that our group won an attendance with J. D. and Doris Carltonand Orange :: LAWTEY FL*., p.m.
award with Madison Tel. H INSTALLED
along Street lighter Sherrl. 468.1998 .264-7531
.. PHONE 712-3400
Baptist Church of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Duffln REDUCE excess fluids with
We were pleased to have Kev. spent the weekend with their FUJ1DEX, $1.69. Lose weight 37-1/2 Acres West Starke
Milton Scripture ruling the daughter, Mrs. Barbara Smith safely with Dex-A-Dlet, 98C! -- INTERESTED IN BUYING OR $200.00 DOWN new brlck'and Edwards Road to Butler Road.

pulpit In our pastor's absence. and farrilly.' at Mitchell's Drug/ 5tp RECORD IVAR at Dahmers top SELLING. i block homes. Payments as low FOR RENT- Kingsley Lake, Paved Road and Railroad, Industrial -
Ills inspiring Jimmy and Jan KInchen of 4/13 103: 7SC! last week hits 59C\ as $70.00 a month. You may 2 BR house furnished yearly. and residential. A. J.
sermons are always CONTACT 964-5701
) Thomas, Realtor, Tel.
welcome. Jacksonville are (finally the see ui first. Stchg. 4/6. qually If you earn between No pets. Phone 5332261. tr
proud parents of a bouncing baby STILL HAVE two Statler Mobile $70 and $140.00 Call
a week.
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Some of our' pastor's forthcoming boy James Thomas Kinchen homes 12' x 65' to sell. 8 Track no* tapes now for GEORGE'ROBERTS: Crown Builders, 964-8337. WANTED- Used furniture
refrigerators -
sermons on Bible Pro ni, born on March 15. The at $100 above cost Oiln's M)- $2.98 to 598. See us firstat REAL ESTATE tfchg. washers.,--Dah-

Certainly of Christ's return": and proud NUrzle grandparents Klnchen are and James Or- bile West,Homo,Starke Sales, Florida.Route tfchg 100 4/6.Dahmtrs Discount 5tchg. PHONE 964-7826 U.S. M 90\RTINCAMPFRS West, Lake City. mer's Discount (House Uchg'FOR

"The Importance of Christ's lando and Kathleen Roberts of -- FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed- Tel. 752-3723 for Best Selec-
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G Return," "The Women The Santa Fe Lake. Congratulations FOR SALE- year old regis- 421 W. MADISON ST. room trailer outside city: : Jim- tion of TRAVEL TRAILERS, SALELake side cottageto
Meal The Leaven," "A to all of you! tered Angus bull. J. B. White Its, J.B. White. 964-611Vlf MiNJ-IIOMiS: ;, TRUCK CAMP be moved approx. 1,000sq.
Treasure and A Pearl" "The We'd like to extend a warm Ph. 964-6114. 2tchg 330FOR TOM FRISBEE no answer call 964-8799. ers & TOPPERS. Full line of ft. aluminum siding. 2 BH,
Raging Nations" "Why God welcome to our' next-ooor JAN FRISBEE FOR SALE 4 1/2 acres, 2 Parts & Service. large family room. Ideal for

Laughs", "The Sign of the neighbors, Mrs. Marsha Kay SALE1963 Oldsmobile INCOME TAX SERVICE houses partly finished; 1 with small family. Buford Mitchell
Jew" "The Age of Sex," Stokes and son Allan, who are Good condition. Ph. 782-3140. bath. & Well. 3 car garage Phone 964-6853. tfchg
The Glass
"Hell! Bombs" etc. living In the house next door Arthur Casting. Itp $3.00 1/4 mile North of Lawtey on Shop
up 301. Ph. 782-3177. Itp. EUNICE! NURSERY
Lawtey.
which belongs to N. L. Nors- FOR RENTUnfurnished 3 bed-
wnrthv. Wa apologize for being ARE YOU OVERWEIGHT A Fast, accurate, Reasonable Glass Plants -- Tomato Egg Plants room house In country. Also
Congressman Sludgepump late with our welcome Fla. Chapter of ,TOPS (TakeOff Every Day 9 A.M.'L..9, P.M. HELP WANTED E.M. and and Peppers container grown. apartments In Starke.' W,' H.
For .
) meets Officers Club. Phone 782-3972. m'es Northof
Pounds Sensibly Camp handing
Aunt 'Clara Sullivan of Willis Middleburg !
appeals to his ecology-minded Sr, 2U3MI. N. ,tAll Nollman. tfchg v
at 7:15 In the Morning and night shift Cooks 301.
ttchg.
ton, came last every Thursday : Lawtey on
constituents "Clean up Thursdayand
young : Statewide
Door Fla.
up N.xt .
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the local environment returnme stayed with us till Satur- Armory. Join this group tonight Bus boys, counter ((21 yrs. or CARS and TRUCES -
to Washington ; day afternoon while on her va- Visitors are welcome. Pealtr over), dishwasher. Call 533- Installed While-U-Wait SAVE. _
cation. For more: information! call 964- 2101. 2tp.330.BABYSITTING. Custom Vinyl 1 Auto Tops Those Long Distance
a 0 0 My grandparents Hubert and 8813. lipWAITRESS Phone 282.5079 Taking:; applications foi Phone Calls
One rtuon the panda will BTP-4/H
go to the Wwihington too Is Palma Chitty of Starke, were in my home. 1 1017 N. Main G'rilfe w. now handle air line
that the climate there li good out Sunday, and we celebratedmy Wanted Food and child $10 weeks; 2 children FHA 235 tickets, cruises, and tours.
for Pandas. We had always father Jamas' birthday with beer Tuck's Drive In. 631 S.Walnut. P. A. FENDER. 441 Amo.. 2- $15 week Any hours day ornight
wondered what It might be fresh caught catfish and bream. 2tp 3/30 Jennen columns with 4-10" Ph. 964-8716. lip. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished New Bride :.1 and 4 W. offer special package

good for.Gal6etvife. We wish Jamos a belated Happy speakers. Phone 961-8417. house on Road 225. Phone Bedroom Homes Tour of New
Birthday. We also say H.ippy HELP WANTEDDoug's Sunoco lip FOR RENT: Furnished apart- 964-5821. Itp. Call for Details
Birthday to Granny Copelandand needs one night attendantand ment, 204 W, Adklns; 3 rooms DltneWorld
Otis Melton, and Odessa 1 day attendant. 452 N. FOR RENTTwo Bedroom and bath. Phone 964-8021. 2t- FOR SALE3 bedroom frame Low Down Payment Call 964.7449
McConaghy: who all had their Temple Ave. Ph. 964-8339. Frame house, large corner lot, chg. 3/30. house. Florida room and gar- andModerate Monthly
Aid Co. birthdays Wednesday the 22nd. tfchg with chain fence Nicely fur- age, fully carpeted and drapes. Payments TOWN FINANCE CO.
Hearing Till next week, Good-bye and nished, 7000. or unfurnished IT'S Inexpensive to clean rugs Included. Partially furnished. P.O.
Box
God: bless you .. POODLE PUPPIES for sale $600. 705 W. Pratt St. Ph. and upholstery with Blue Lus- Located at 315 Lafayette St. LONGCIIAMP HOMES 226 N. TempleWATSON'S
MR. BILL 2 blond I white male.
: females 964-8823. ItpBABYSITTING tre. Rent electric shampooer. Bill Powell Real Estate, 964- flume 9M-6851
401 North Orange Street Starke.
GARDNEROWNER $1.I Devrlck Inc, Builders 6464. tfchg.
11 lip WAN fED In Tiy 101 3oalk &&.d>
rooker G illf'1t Hardware & Supplies Starke, e'I'P
-- home 4 days a week,lighthouse Fla. HOUSE OF VACUUMS
PICTURE PERFECT Grooming Many brands of new vacuums
keep'ng! call 782-3061. lip
Mr. and Mrs. Horace E,
1j Salon all breeds. Call mornings O.C. Carries Nursery $39.00 up. Used machines from
Brooker of Keystone Heights for appointment, 9648551. $10..Expert Repairs all makes.
FOR SALE- Chihuahua
AND announce the engagement of puppy- Thousands of Plants MUST: SELL Sears 23. OO BTU
from Sears.
Directly across female 3 months old beautiful Pacts and Accessories for all
,
their daughter Patricia Ann, ltp markings, house trained Fruit Trees, Shade Trees A.C. Used only 4 months.. Call vacuums. Built in Central vac-
Ale OPERATOR to Tex Ford Gillen, son of Mr. reasonably priced, call 964- Evergreens, Camellias 431-1083. Itp. umn cleaning systems. 712' N. I
and Mrs Carl E. Gillen of 8 Y. OLD Mare, 1 year old 7724. Itp ''Azaleas Roses Main, Gainesville 376-7110
Keystone Heights stud colt, saddle & bridle $200. ,
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The wedding will take place Ph. 7823635. lip Moot ]In cans : plant An7t1meLANDSCAPI.IG N........e.ee.eMe......eeee.eeeeeeeeeee. .a!

for April 6 at 8 p.m. In the Key- -- .. r
your stone Heights Community WOMENNeed INSURANCEAT ** Ml. S.E. of Starke. Hwy 100
Church. ? : FACTORY HELP NEEDED :
Work -- Hours Irregular REDUCED RATES Florchoma 6W-2I8J r
W VTKINS has Income op
liteningpleasure '- portunity. Average $2.74 Hour AUTO, FIRE, BOAT : > : I

from hom. Write: Mrs. Sherry DOYLE E. CONNER : Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able :
Kttterman Dept. 3-3, Box JIMMY MOORE'SSUN e bodied factory help. No experience neesary. I
My Neighbors 6427, McKeller Station Memphis INSURANCE AGENCY : Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit :
Tenn. 38106. lip tchg. SPORTS .

A REAL GOOD second car or MOORE BOAT FOR : IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN :

I first car61 Dodge Pioneer YOUR MONEY AT :
1 t" 2 dr. hard top sedan. !New:
JOIST
H I j : ""1" .. : :I I tr brakes new battery,good tires, vo Starke Ph 964-5791 | !

jII ......_ tT has been gone completely over. e
.t t& You'll have to drive It t to Lincoln City Road
see Complete Outboard AStern Monday through Friday :
: how a real good used car should mIi e
Drive Service and ;
II \ NEW .t perform. First $300 gets it. Fiberglass 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M.! :
Repair. Complete
T i' Price Firm. See Claude Crow- SALES PARTS Repair. Custom ...eeeeeeeee.........eeeeeeeee.eeeee.......
NORElCOBEHIND.THE.EAR son at Bradford County Telegraph -

AID t.\ : I 9646305. SERVICE WATER FRONT LOtS built Fiberglass. Fishing(

USED IMPORT CARS FOR SALE Boat.
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FEATURING LONG lJt/ On Crosby Lake and Crosby
BATTERY LIFE. wmimii( COUNTRY CORNER HARfRED AUTO Lake Canal. Canal SO: feet
wide. 8 feet deep) Located on
Up to 2MJ hours of comfortable ANTIQUES IMPORTS INC. State Road 100, 9 miles West WANTED Help on egg farm. e
hearing on I battery! So 'SlrMcli the roast company of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- Apply in person Gentilman's _
economical ti use, yet delivers **coming.:she.u}.." 1-1/2 miles N of Keyitone on 509 E. UniversityGaln.sville tion cottage,, mobile borne or Egg Farm Primitive( Baptist
rich, clear sounds. Tiny 100. I 372-4373 nvestrnonL .Church Road tfchg.
light; weight reliable. Cam Prices: start at$1.29.00. $200
in, be lilted for listening W. Buy Any Quantity donn aDd $35.00 month for 34( safe and fast with Go- "

pleasure today! PAINTERS COMPLETE ESTATES "era8 1/2 % simple InterestX Bese Tablets & E-Vap"water SUNDAY MARCH 26 1:00 P.MUNTRYCORNER
ESTATE JEWELRY PUMPSNEW ) pills" Andrews Pharmacy .
jVorelcott40." GUNS Call M4-77Q1 8 ..... to 9 6tp 4/13. ,I

/ *.'MAW''W"''Cfc WANTEDBy FURNITUREAll ANTIQUES AND USED .pun.-weekdays. tf
?.'fmrf out .b.,. lot :
moit htanny ALTERATIONS & :1
. .. Mending
Coed Merchandise
n J h.w Ns>r 1 lc N w hA.d* ,
.M.wi,ttiiKovpon. .....Mnd..it.ra SALES custom sewing In my home.
== CALL BILL WE NOW HAVE, diamond nee- I
----------- BRUNOFSKY PARTS 964-8813. 44)) 3/30
dles for'any make or model ,
NAMS I STANLEY LYONS 473-3483 SERVICE stereo player.__Dahmer's Discount ANTIQUES

PNONCAODRCO Bring To Me, Or I Will Deep (and Shallow. Wells House, tf/chg FOR RENT Deluxe furnished

I Palatine ContractorTo Com. To Your Ham. rr Water Softeners FllterePlwnbing ud BRADFORD 4 CLAY Coun trailers Central air and heat

$ I Apply Brown's & Morris Plumbing on one Lake mile Geneva from on Road Keystone 100 One-Half Mile North Of Keystone Heights On

1--- I CLASP ENVELOPES Supplies Contractors Repairs Re- Heights. Phone 473-4753. A. H. Highway 100
I,",OUIOP.t'U.OAIIOI' I/W. I all modeling-New Construction
------------- sizes.Bradford County; Telegraph. 2849964. Lagassee. Stchg. 3/23.
PHONE 259.3084 EXPERT Phone 964-8131 or
SERVICE ON
GAINESVILLE HEARItIGAID ALL MAKES 6tp 3/23 Antiques, Old Guns, Sewing Machines, Stereos, Rugs

CO. MACCLENNY, FLA. POSTED SIGNS: Treated to PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE WE GIVE SERVICEWe get, Radios, Depression Class, Pressed Class.

2639 N.W Jlh 51. withstand weather- 20C each. results! List your property; for
FOR SALE-1965, 2 door, Pontiac MANY. MANY' ARTICLESTOO
.
In Sunshine Stopping C.nltr AFTER 1 P.M. $2.29 dox.: Special price on Catalina $550. Telephone BILL ale with us. BROKERTflM-Call today.
Nat Ie W..lc.31Id4gr318' e larger quantities. Bradford PUMP A SUPPLY CO. 964-5606. tfchg POWELL NUMEROUS TO MENTIONB.F.
-1/42r arc- *-aj County Telegraph. '444 or 964-6810. tf/chg

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I Point of view 1 17. 1972


-. Dear Mr. Matthews
In response) to Ralph Bryan's
=- letter. "Honor America Day,"

(your newspaper, dated March
t -::- 16th) I", too, shudder to think
'i' +o N "mat American have forgotten
y too L..rA 1ZO lIDA TRAIL the true meaning of the

More Could A rrive A live Iy ? LNa..eNeq / time Fourth that of we July.pulled Is "our It pMllbb-heads

O I II fl" 0I ,a Vt' ee, from the sands" and think very
'. t I NII.N i rw.MJ, V y.011 1'rl/- ., ee G.yB/fin seriously about what has happened
If Jacksonville's chief safety officer fort has to be regional for any hope fAR1 since the Spirit of '76.

John Waters, knows whereof he of receiving part of the $9 million 31B wl' -dEYSTONtYEIGNTS / ,"t What Is Americanism (meanIng -
fund that the U. S. Departme.it. of -.:- the United States type; ]?as
speaks, more seriously Injured or tJI. should be the same today
seriously ill persons In Bradford County Health, Education and Welfare has '. It did some 100 to 200 years
could arrive alive at hospitals under set aside for Improving emergency + -- : ? ago but Is 10Amerlcanllm

I I the emergency medical care proposalhe medical care in rural areas. Only ,QE .. ::1 :;._ originally
fr = '"
presented here last Thursday night. by enlisting the cooperation of the b ; meant Q) Belief In Cod, (2)
_, I: (3)
seven surrounding rural counties can ,.---=, '.. All rights! came from Cod
*! > / V> I. Limitation of Government and
From what we've heard and from Jacksonville hope to obtain Federal 1 > +. r...j--;;' ri (4) that Individuals are limited

what Waters said, we believe the pro- funds to further improve an EMC r ; ...._! ..1.-.' by a strict moral code.:
:
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posal makes so much sense that Brad- system already tabbed tops In the Santa Fe % :,. Our founding fathers planned
but country. these United States as a Constitutional -
ford officials cannot afford cooperate
Dotted line shows completed section of foot path In this area. Republic. The laws
(See article on Page 1 of were organized Justice. What
' this issue.) Only by cooperating with our huge has happened to this?
[ neighbor for our' mutual good can Prior to WWI, the graduated

A turnout of about 40 local persons Bradford hope to benefit by the most Florida Trail Described A t RotaryAlden Income tax and the federal reserve

I I' heard Waters' talk and looked advanced emergency medical delivery system of control over
our money was Imposed upon
In the nation.
( at an treatment vehicle system
emergency G. Stone of Leesburg, The trail Is being marked public property such a. the trail to cross their land only the American people tIIuI putting -
I
(ambulance) without word
last week toward
a 20% the
on way
us
a director of the Florida Trail with orange colored paint blazes national forests and state parks because members sign apledge
! of dissent. If local officials: are skeptical Association, Inc., showed color every 100 feet more or but only! Florida Trail members agreeing to respect the property Karl Marx's plans for Com-
I: it's because they can't help but Of course. Federal supporting funds slide and described the proposed less, for easy guidance of hikers. may hike across private and leave It undamaged. A famIly munism. About this same time,
I wonder why Jacksonville Is suddenly will decrease In the second and third 700-mile footpath, running Anyone Is allowed to property; on the trails. Many membership in the Trail this great and only true Republic -

acting so much like a big brother. years, finally dwindling. away'. This is the entire length of Florida hike the Florida Trail across property; owners permit the Association said.Is $5 annually, the democracy was secretly- not changed by a vote toa

I.. as it should be. at the Rotary Club of -A- speaker of the people but by skillful
: Jacksonville Is apparently worried Starke meeting on Wednesday, K X No hunting and no firearms manipulation.

i about that tOO Waters and Councilman The biggest problem then will be March IS. are permitted by hikers on the Along came the 30'. withit
The trail Is now In various trail. No plants or animalsare a new deal. The concentrated -
! Walter Williams repeatedly stated that coming up with local funds to con-
to be molested or harmed, attack upon our American
:, the Bold New City has no Intention tinue operation of a system we feel eventually stages of completion provide hikers but with will 'Honor America Day'Following and camping Is permitted onlyat system had begun. The Amer-

of consolidating anybody. certain the people will be most reluctant a footpath .xtendlJwfromEveJ'- designated are... ican people had to be conditioned -

I to give up. But if it's worthit glades National Park to Pensa- for the changes. "Le-
At Gold Head the
Branch
: Cooperation as Waters said is we can always dig :a little deeper cola a distance of some 900 trail leads hikers the galized Plunder" or Socialism:
along
Is the first In a nor will be decided amon men had to be disguised as programs -
mile..
the do without else.
the to
key plan. or something scenic ravine which provides
The of the
series of articles prepared by second day July, requested by peo-
A 13.4 mile section from a Ralph Bryan In preparation for 1776, will be the most memor- some spectacular scenery, as ple. Then followed new front-
I' Of course, everybody, including: Bradford as well as the seven point south of George's Lake "Honor America Day" to be able epoch In the history of well as an opportunity to study ier and great societies type)
Jacksonville has an axe to grind. other counties will at least end up northeast of Florahome, to held here on July 4 at the Brad- America. I am apt to believeit native plant and animal life. programs bipartisan programs -

Bradford can certainly use $120,000to with equipment purchased with Fed- Highway 21, through Gold Head ford County; Fairgrounds:: will be celebrated In the Anyone wishing to become a all designed to weaken

improve the emergency room of eral funds and there is no obligationto Branch State Park If already succeeding generations as the" member of the Florida Trail the foundation of the Republic.
blazed and to hikers. The WRITING THE DECLARATIONOF great Anniversary Festival.
open It has been conservatively
Its county hospital plus a $21,000 continue with the program after section through the southernend INDEPENDENCEThe He might almost have had a Association may apply to 33
todayis
\ ambulance. Jacksonville wants to add the Federal funds cease. of the Camp Blending reservation committee appointed to vision of the future! And In a S.Fla.W.33129 18th Mr.Terrace Stone, Miami laid, estimated 60-80%that socialistic our country, I do not

; two more emergency vehicles: and upgrade between Lowry and draft the Declaration consisted sense July 2 can truly be and a membership applicationblank doubt this one bit The tovernme.pj.Jias -
to first class status the emer- Support of Jacksonville's proposal Magnolia Lake.) and on north- of Benjamin Franklin. Robert called our Independence Day will be sent. become unlimited.
west through Bradford CountyIs John Adams Roger for It was this vote In favorof
; ,
Livingston,
gency room at Its University Hos for emergency medical care by city There are many that believeall
Resolution that
still In the planning stages Thomas Jeffer the Virginia
Sherman and The speaker was Introducedat
and officials and ''ocal mt'dcal: rights come from
pital. county government. -
and has not been definitely son. Jefferson was chosen to made possible the Declaration. Rotary by Bob Centilman.fe .
authorities would be' a real serviceto mapped Mr.Stone said draft the wording. It Is said Further text of Adams's July What has happened to theindividual'
Federal guidelines decree the ef- local residents. that Jefferson suggested that 3 letter to his wife, presents strict moral code?
much an Idea of the objectives for or. Is the law still organized
John Adam., who was
/ Old 1t/mut ?
justice
'Itt s_w' etli'S better known should do this, "Honor America Day"In Brad- It would the "Interna-

f Wallace And, The Forgotten Man9 j but following Adams declined reasons::, citing"Reason the ford County"It ought; -to- be commenorated LM and tronallst the politicians"appear the"one-worlders"have suc

first You are a Virginian, as a day of deliverance, by _
ceeded. Can It be, that the A
solemn acts of devotion to God
and a Virginian ought to appear merlcan
f Thousands of words have been written Wallace Is giving these people a at the head of this bus- Almighty.; It ought to be solemnized as to which people date to are celebrate confused-
needed outlet for their frustrations and iness. Reason second I am with pomp and parade f1"Remember I the 4th of
will be
and thousands more penned July or, May 1st -
desire to register a protest to By Martha Sue McCain obnoxious, suspected, and un- with shows games and sports or. October 24th. The head
I In an effort to Interpret Gov. GeorgeC. their popular. You are very much guns, bells, bonfires and lllunInations. -
Wallace's decisive victory with 42 the way things are going. He is an County Extension otherwise. Reason third You from one end of this bell ringer in Washington has

,percent of the vote In Florida's first answer to those .who'.feel?that. they .Horn Economies Agent. can write" ten times better than continent to the other from this" your own doctor that when you are.itcomes as not yet.received When he his has Instructions, I am sure,

Presidential Primary; are forgotten in today's scheme of I can time forward forevermore to curing cold feel. he will relay the information
things. who have a feeling that LOOK IN THE CART In any event Jefferson accepted down to us conditioned "Pav-

Although the victory cannot be interpreted "no one listens to me. no one Homemakers are buying more the responsibility and In lovlan Puppies."
wrote the draft In longhand
I don't count. foods that are p -washedpre- It Is past time that we celebrate -
that Wallace is cares about me. ..
he
t as moaning! the room where was stay.
-cooked. pro-mixed this' Fourth of
peeled. July witha
< on his way to the White House, it but I'll show 'em at the ballot box! and pre-packaged JIl' -convenience; log, using a portable writing r-------------l RE-DECLARATION OF IN

does mean\ a significant upset of the foods that save so much time desk of Ms own design. He DEPENDENCE. This great nation -
political plecart, with no candidate Wallace not only camp:??ZI1S for In the kitchen. No wonder, sine stated that he used no booksor must be returned to the

quite as sure of his place In the less school busing, but aso: against. 44 per cent of American women draft documents:but his mind In writing must have this By Bobby L. Taylorthe status of a Constitutional Republic
,
now have Jobs outside the home. and that for which It
he have other pet peeves of the populace. .
scheme. .of,,,things as may in the federaltax This means there Is less time been filled/ with the thoughts It's good to travel throughout last few years. He explained stands. We must get out of the
been two weeks ago Even President the gaping loopholes to spend In the kitchen and the and arguments that men had the County; and see pastures why there are high and United Nations and cult kowtowing -
Nixon Is Eliot exempt, from repercus- laws that allow many of the na- heat-and-serve foods havo :V' \>- discussed for months. He said that are green and producing low prices during certalnyears, that Hiss
We must
sions of the Wallace victory. tion's richest persons to escape pay- come a premium Item. The to- his own purpose was "to place much needed grating. and why there are fluctuations Built elect and send
Ing income taxes. against waste ,'Dsnd".o: convenience fiJds'ias before mankind the commonsense Rye. ryegrass and clover have within any !given year. It Is to Congress only honorable A-
in government, which strikes a responsive helped trigger an Increase In of the subject" and to been green for the last few usually difficult to get economists merlcans. And we must Insure

As one columnist sees it, the Flo- chord: with the man in the the number of products available make this document "an expression weeks, but haven't really produced to predict what prices that no future Presidents of
of the American much this "wln-
forage
producers) can expect to re- this Republic will ever againdo
rida primary results were not about street, and FOR a national health In a single year, consum- mind". ter". Most cattle have done ceive very far In advance. Dr. a "belly crawl" to a nation
liberals and conservatives nor about system for all of the U. S. ers may have as many as 1,500 well despite the lack of a lot Maths did give the outlook governed by murderous
i racists or anti-racists. They were new food Items to choose from Jefferson completed his of green grazing. for the remainder of 1972. He barbarians Involved In a gigantic -
even more complex than mere con- He appeals to the housewife and -although only 500 or so generally rough draft In late June of said that during the April to criminal cons piracy.I .
the who are being hurt by survive for more thana 1776 and showed It to Frank- Speaking of cattle, most people June quarter slaughter levels would like to celebrate the
over the controversial busing pensioner
cern year. Convenience and cost lin and Adams, who made a ) know that beef prices to would be down from the 1971 200th anniversary of mis great
Issue. "They were about people who the ever increasing cost: of living, of developing, testing and advertising few minor changes In the word- the cattleman have been pretty level but above the January- nation In a free nation. How
figure themselves to be the forgottenmen and his targets include ultra-liberal new products add considerably Ing. This draft was approvedby ; good for the last year or February level, with prices about you ?
and women of the nation," according -' Democrats, and Republicans who often to the food bill. the other members of the so. A lot of people think that between the 24 to 25 dollar
to this writer.In seem over-partial to giant cor- But the U. S, Department committee and then put aside when hamburger and steak go range. Prices should be up Don E. Champion
porations as in the recent ITT in- of Agriculture recently reported until July 1, when Congress up 256 to 30C per pound that seasonally in the summer, or Keystone Heights. Fla.
that purchaser of non-food would resume Its debate on the the cattleman gets this In- July-September quarter, at
short Wallace's 42 per cent cident.As. Items at the grocery store con Virginia Resolution which had crease. This Just Isn't the case. about 26 to 27 dollars. Octo-
showing was a political earthquake tinue to rise. Almost a fourthof been submitted on June 7, calling For every quarter Increase In ber December marketings March 20, 1972
which cannot be denied, and proves seen by one columnist the what people spend In supermarkets for a Declaration of Independence steak prices, the cattleman only should Increase with hogs being Bradford Middle
that the foundation underlying the two votes that flocked: to Wallace in Flo- Is not for somethingto ( and the setting up of receives about a nlckle. marketed at heavier welghtu! School, Starke Fla.

major parties and their candidates is rida are Just as much a warning to eat. but for something to a new government for the col- resulting In about 23 to 24 Dear Editor:
wear listen to or clean with. onies. By July 1, the four doubt dollar prices.
not as stable as It appeared to be :Republicans as to Democrats. \\'hether For every 77 cents of groceries : ful colonies were swinging In If you are a swine producerand
on the surface. he runs for President as a that goes into shopping favor of the majority.; South did not attend the swine On" behalf of the "Spirit of
like '
looks an
All In It
all. parentstudent -
third part; candidate or as a Democrat carts, another 23 cents worth Carolina's delegates agreed to producers meeting last week 76. eighth grade
for swine pro of Bradford
Wallace has been accused of beinga may make some difference bathe of socks halrtpray, toothpaste vote for the resolution. Two you missed one have of had.the best Ken ducers.average year Since 1973 might be Middle organization School I would like to

demagogue but In the opinion of will take votes from both .parties -even encyclopedias goes In conservative members of thePerm.ylvanla meetings Durrance we our Extension Swine another low price year producers publicly thank Mr. Ed Cole

the Christian Science Monitor: he is, whichever way he plays it." too. from the delegation meeting, leavinga stayed Specialist gave a good talk whould be cautious and for allowing our group to use
away cut as corners as pos his 301 Texaco station for a
many
more accurately, a populist In the BUTTER majority; In favor of independence on what Is happening In the
American tradition of political lead- AIwa)" we look at it, the presIdential Because of Its delicate flavor The Delaware delegateswere swine business In Florida and sible. car wash which take will an help end the of
Is ball and aroma butter Is sensitive and the nationwide. As an example, he eighth graders
ers who are tuned to the hopes and campaign a new game evenly divided the trip to Disney World.
In North year
result of Florida's primary. It to strong-flavored food,. deciding: vote In favor of Independence mentioned an area
fears of the lower economic classes as a To butter at its Carolina that he visited recently Mr. Cole generously contributed -
particularly to those who have littleor will be Interesting to see how Demo- peak keep of quality your; follow these was who rode cast 80 by miles Caesar where one man and his Livestock and agricultural not only his service station -
Rodney, and exhibits are awry
products but also
hard crats and Republicans alike react to wife managed 350 sows In a facilities gave
no capital to tide them over simple hints. Store) butter In on horseback through a storm Important part of our
the students
his time to help
the Wallace wallop in Florida.: Its original protective wrap- the total confinement: system. The
break
times. ...,__ '_ to arrive In time to resembled ourJIOUItr'y Bradford County; Fair scheduled prepare for and conduct the
A tit system slightly
plug ur vuviuiuivr un you rv tie. The New York delegates to open April 5. Pick up car wash. It Is help like Mr.
ready to use It. Butter not Intended till had received no Instructions operations. This prob- a premium book at ;your County Cole's which shows teenagers
for use within two or ably sounds hard to believe,
from their legislature so Agent's office at the fairgrounds -
adult and
;
that they have community -
but It basnf been too
should be many
frozen.
three days did not vote at all. a at the
or get copy support In their activities
Frozen butter will maintain Itsquality Thus on July 2, 1778,the vote years ago that most folklirthought chamber of Commerce in ; demonstratei the true
; for two months. For for declaring Independence was that a man and his Starke, and make your plans "
of 76.
"Ready\ SpreadablUty"; keepa 13 colon- wife couldn't: care for and raise "spirit
carried by 12 of the to have an exhibit of some kind
few day. supply In the regular ies. John Adams wrote to his 60 to 100 thousand broilers at this year. We are expecting to Sincerely yours,
portion of your refrigerator. wife the next day: the same time. have a bigger and better fair Jim Weldon
Remove the butter 10 to "Yesterday, the greatest this year and would like for Faculty; Coordinator
15 minutes before use. question was decided which ever Mr. Durrance didn't recom- you to have a part of!It.. "Spirit f'76"
The Bradford County was debated In America, and mend that our folks Jump Into

- a perhaps never was such a system as this. lit ".Uuu.uu__ ____ "_UU__ "
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED greater suggested that producers atari '''''' "
i Since canned peaches are on with the set-up and equipment
1879 R' the plentiful list treat your Tray a cranberry relish when that we now have and ImproveIt Bike Riders Must Obey
kel3ille family to canned peaches this serving not peach halves with and our operations as we

Mein/ail montheither alone or nixed roast turkey or chicken.Orange go along rather than making Traffic Laws
A new commandment I fire Into tasty; tempting fruit cock marmalade goes with ham.Your a large Investment for new

> FLORI A ESSASSO unto you That love one another tail. Imagination Is the only limit. or different equipment.Dr. .
I have loved Here are some Ideas you' Sliced peaches are easy to Bicycle riders are required riding more than two abreast
; as you use with other fruits In compotes to t the traffic laws or Tiding on sidewalks.
obey same
nay want to try: Kary Mat ii, Extension
another.St. .
T 'ON that also lore one "
1 re Serve canned cling peaches and salads. Or bake them Economist also added to our as the operators of motor vehicles.
-( John 13, 34.) not. They can be heated In a In a pie, serve them a ]a' program by !giving the up and Including riding on the The bicycle'' must have a
saucepan In their own syrup. made or add them to cole- down trends In hog prices for right of the roadway. white light visible for 500Jeet

To break! this commandment They can also be added to an slawCan.d tossed salad greens. Captain B.H. Spears, local on front and -\ red Hunt
fruit cocktaln Is tun
meal In the last IS minutes :
'
the oven reflector vfan-...- 500 feet
Is to suffer cancerous Troop Commander of he( Tiera-
of baking time. Or, they to serve In a parfaltstyleddessert. ;
3.L. MATTHEWS, E41" -P."I.... disease of hatred bitterness Alternate layers of 5!NQ f f ida Highway Patrol advised to the rear U operated: after
under the broiler for }
Published., eeeh Th.'. Vy end entered' .e *. ."* and resentment which 5 can m1 go Itel. To complete the fruit cocktail: and yogurt In a 1EY\I7 that the law relating b1ey.undown.. This law also forbids
CUss. Matter .. the Pest OfHce et Stwke, Flerl, 1. entree
.,? .nd.r. Act ef March 3rd. spy.ftl to know mental physical! and side up with a garnish on top. substitute vanilla pudding ther person on your bike;hooking minors to violate these
.crtptl.a. In trade ..... J yen, $5.00; Out.'* spiritual happiness, and the For example: top a hot peach softened Ice cream tapioca 'r rides 00, motor vehicles. laws.

tree1 .nti 1 7""r. $5.30 divine reward of inner peace half with a spoonful of mint or even a whipped topping \ ,,
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and strength. Jelly and serve with roast lamb. whatever suits your taste. lat8I..I.IQ" 'j1nn.og.o"AA! .o'.oo.'t" "
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Free Estimate Call (rl .?..,/.. right may find the men in ./..t.d .r.ow... Akron>c Ohloi. An......... rile tape whether you're at I I
A/_.. Attorlo, W...h.I Atlanta, Oa.I pooMde In the al the of. I
the family will want to take .. ear.
Sansor, | Srownnlllo T.,1| Suffalo
MUSIC over the task of noprlshlng Now I11.s Cl.v.land Y.raj Charl.tt, OMoi.,. Cofpoi S.C.CM.ChrUM.., ..,, lice or al eampnlte. Compact No screws are needed machine attaches instantly to any I
the inner man (and woman). T...1 OallM. T,.., DMVO. C.I..| 0.. cassette tape)was made for those
BALDWIN If this Is the case, don't MolnM lagan.,, On Iwo.i i.D...0.h..D., Cal.t MI.h.1>I.Irio... WaltonSMKh. '.., on music the favorites move lo or replay record those their smooth, nonporous horizontal surface, (such 'as a table or I II

PIANOS & ORGANS fight it. T....,Hontrr rlo.i. Pert. Alaikoi Worth. !, T./Monalvlv.| Oalmtan, HI IHrannli memorable moment This re- I desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to wastebasket .
Moll., "_II.. 'Ind
'''' I corder/player by Zenith alsofeatures
Van Service Inc. CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS However for those times J..k.. Mo.wIIN.| lain.Ho. .Crnrloi| '.11.. ,.,I*III..,,1M Kama.City. An.. an FM and AM radio. I for emptying. It' is also portable as you can move:it I II
when the men are off fishing I
1M. N.E. Waldo H*. G'vDI tltdri iolfippMJSIC hiking or boating,It's a bless- I from place to.place. I II
m-411 ing to have a lightweight I II
propane stove with a vitreous Bike Clinic : : I I II
AUTO SALES SERVICE Co. porcelain cooking area that's <, I I I
C'vllle Cir. 372.5351 as easy to clean and operateas I ..
BLOUNT Shopping
PONTIAC )
your kitchen range.A : Saturday .', .".,.t fuydwu.\ ,I '/" RADFORD c' II
GMS, INC. Farm and Industrial 4GOSPELSiNGw, .. ,.. I 1.1.0 '." '" .. \\fY OlJlv :: AFBHS Field ..1 1
:
I ; L .I
cup of coffee never tastes AT MOUNT PISGATi I, .
..
.
,Equipment *> quite so !good as it does In -{.., Mt.. Plsgah 1 AME Church of '. "

camp. To avoid the burned A bicycle clinic and a mini Lincoln City will have a gos- 'rtrti'p'!
lip that so often afflicts the bike seminar Is set Saturday pel Sing Sunday at 6:30 p.m. I I .lI I'I'I I
I
Santa Fe Tractor unsuspecting camper drink- mornlnsr. March 25, by group Featuring the Clouds of Joy I Is
Ing out of a metal cup investIn of organizations 'of Daytona and White Gospel
Including the
Factory Authorised FORD some of the new insulatedware Starke Police,Department. Singers of Jacksonville. I ... I
Pontiac ----------------------------- _.
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made by Thermos. It The bike clinic starts at 10
SalesPartsService Aaro1; ., Tractors A Implements has the look feel and styleof a.m. It consists of a safety I I

210 N. MainCainesvllle. *..VI USED EQUIPMENTS china. Inspection and obstacle course.:
The two events) are to be held ......,.
( Fla. lletuin Their UralHot
LEs PART SERVICE on the Bradford High School ,? cry ,
372-2583 drinks will retain their track field.
4488 N. W. 6th 376-2348 heat and cold beverages will The mini-bike seminar starts
'TRAILERS? GAINESVILLE.: FI.A. stay deliciously chilled.Highly at 11 a.m. It consists of a lecture A Smith-Corona ,
_......- resistant to scratches and on the safe use of the can help
stains this new ware Is dish- motor bikes and Instructions I

"' washer-safe and ideally suit- on their safe operations. Laws .
'.' ed for casual dining at home pertaining to the operation of your teenager through school.
THIS too. the small motor bikes will also .
--,- be outlined. Only licensed bikes I
J9--0: N. E. Waldo: Rd. SPACE Any well appointed kitchen are allowed on the road. and "
Gtlnc.rllle: 3711-111191 I away from home should have therefore are the only ones
FOR at least one ice chest for Invited to the outing.

Sa/.r/ 'f.r.1c.-Rentals \I'I : SALE perishables. Sponsoring organizations are
Romaic of 'low oa 14 30 par day the SPD the Police Auxiliary ,rry
H'lc.' .. 'Initollod-Comploto ;t" Finally darkness falls even
CALL 964.6305 the Police Junior Auxiliary,
Roe V.... S.rv,.. Dopt you'll wantto
campsite so
on a
For All MokooFronchilod the Starke Elementary PTA,
aaalor Fan have a propane lantern or Junior Woman's Club and

Store K..untry-Kayotana A".. Snoila : ...1 '-1J two illumination.for bright quiet-burning Girl Scouts.

,, Parents are urged to attend
r U says Mrs. Joyce Chambers.



NOTICENew Berry AuctionExpected f7


To .yIF, ,kr. w r nqsI


Deadline Schedule For Publication Of Start April 1



In The TelegraphIn Bradford County's belated -I
Ads And News Items strawberry season will get under ::

way about April 1 1. accord-
Ing to market manager Bob Al-
.
an effort 't'o bring you your Telegraph a little len. '

earlier each week the following schedule for sub- r p---
Plants are beginning! to recover irl
mitting advertising and news copy is now in effect: after an unfavorable
growing season. Allen said and

are starting to set a lot of '..
ADVERTISINGMonday bloom and small fruit.A ''..
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buyer Is expected to boon ::

Noon Legal Advertisements and Notices. the market at Lawtey to hand- r

le cash sales until the auction --r'l

Monday 5 P.M. Display Advertising requiring lay starts around April I 1. !I

outs from raw copy. Allen said that grower may j UUUUUUUUUUUJOUUUUUUU '.

call the market 964-6951: for .
Monday 5 P.M. -. Classified Advertising (For Rent, more Information and also to ...
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keep the manager posted on '.
Lost Found, etc.) their berry situation. '..

...
Tuesday Noon -- Dispaly Advertising submitted in .t
"
.ready-to- rint form (slick proofs)., Handy Tips '

Handy Tips for Motorhome .
travel: Take along at least ."

NEWS MATTER 50 feet of additional heavy- '.
duty electrical extension cord .
with connections for your ':.
Monday Noon- Church and Club Notices, Columns vehicle's plug.a '.

Letters to' Editor, etc.. Handy tips for motorhome ,

u:. \ travel: Take 30 feet of garden Bradford County Telegraph 1

Monday 5 f JH,; Community Correspondence. when hose hookups for the may few be times some-

local items. distance away.
Noon Society and
Tuesday (AUTHORIZED SCM DEALER) .

5 P.M.All other'news items., Handy tips for-motorhome .;.>ert.: ..,:. : ;
Tuesday travel: Stop' early and take
your choice of spaces.


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Holy Week Services T. E. Williams


Thomas Eldridge Williams

Will Start Monday after 6,188 73. died an Thursday extended In Starke Illness.on March October 18 He, An investment in Your Future ..,r, -=-



fa keeping with the tradition Monday esker. Rev. Jim Surviving Is one daughter M IfP)
pT many years, the Stark Min.. Cretan, St. Edwards Catholic Mrs. O.L. Edge Jacksonville I it: gtit 1Ti'' IE 11111JiJ IJde
isterial Alliance will conduct: Church.TuesdaySpeaker.. two stepdaughters Mrs.Louise 1. 11

daily service during Holy Rev. W. A. Rhodes, Bradenton; Mrs Mary S L" !! ll !! QJ (f ttl
Week Monday through Friday. Hogan First Baptist Church. Newbyi: fort Myers; one son, .r..IM-- k 6 fts kIN Me Mal M
27-31. in the FellowshipoftheFlrst.United Wedne eaker, Rev. Morris Williams of Oregon

Han Metho- tilt Leroy Church.ThursdaySpeaker Davis, New Bethel Bap- one stepson, Paul Crlffls Lswteyj W ft Wi/"i;/;, il""I'",, _,' ."IiWiF'MIII -_Al;>I'iO!: J-mmU1I'"--! : eChi troid 12 to 12:50 ; one sister Mn. Merrill
Rev. C. Starling Lawteyi 14 grandchild- 'HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
CONGREGATIONAL
E. Jenkins. Allen Chapel, A. ren, and one eat- andchUd. CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng HOLINESS CHURCH MKLROSE:
The programhasbeenplamed M. E. Funeral services were helda School 9:49 sun. Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship Worship 11 a.m.Training Sunday School 9:43: ajn.; Schedule of Services:
so M to enable those who work Friday-Speaker, Rev. DeWlttFarabee t :2 pjn. Sunday March 19, Morning Sunday Worship 11 ajn. Youth Services II a.m. and Union 7 P.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship 11 ajn. YouthService Sunday. Bible Study 10 sun.
to come during the lunch hour First Methodist In Jones Memorial Chapel with Service 6 Evening Worship 6 pjn. Midweek Service Wednesday 8 pjn. Wednesday. Night service 6 pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship II ajn. EvenIng -
and hav* lunch, which will be Church. Rev. William I.ovellotflcladnlr. pjn. 7 pjn. Ladles Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel 7 pm.Tuesday. Worship 7 p.m.
serve<* free'' of charge by the The Easter Sunrise Service Burial was In Klngsley Lake 7 p.m.Thursday. Prayer MeetIng Class Thursday U a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 All other nenln -8 p.m.
ladles of the various iar 1ct-. will be held at the First Baptist Cemetery under direction: of night located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor
gating churches and then remain Church, Sunday April 2. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 7:30: pjn. Pastor 16. p.m.Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
for the worship service. at 7 ajn. :Rev. John Fbm of rf Starke. David Hodges, -JP.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH

The schedule of .services Is St. Mark's Episcopal Church Sunday hi. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning
as follows: will deliver the message. GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Pre Services BAPTIST CHURCH Worship U a.m. Evening

Matthew WasdinMatthew CHURCH STARKE METHODIST CHURCH (Booster Band Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Wonhp 7.-James Shaw,pastor
Sunday, School. 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People and Prayer Service. >. : Sunday School 10 ajn.
Mormon Missionaries Wasdin. 84. of Graham Worship at 11. Training Worship 11 ajn. Youth Ssr- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching U a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- Midweek Service Wednesday
died Saturday March 18, vice 6 pjn. Evening Worship 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA.
To Starke Area In a Gainesville nursing home ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer Leon- 7:30 pjn. Rev. Tommy L. Milliard 7:30 pjn. Rev John Strickland. 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Templopa.tor.&m-
Assigned after an extended Illness. He Meeting 7:30.Rn. pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 ajn.Ron Bristol,
T. Odom Jr., pastor
Superintendent. Training Union
was born In Graham and wasa ,

.. .. '.L' .. .... .. _.... Surviving veteran of Is Ms World wife War Bessie I.- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST Ralford ASSEMBLY Road & Weldon OF GOD St. (Highway HOPE BAPTIST 100 at CHURCH Theressa) OF CHURCH PROPHECY OF, COD BROOKER rector 6:45 p.m.Worship Lowell Services Douglas n*a..

Abernathy Wasdin, of Graham Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Service -

k .. ... : one daughter Mrs. Mary Worship 11 am.Wednesday Evening Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo 7:30. Lavera Outlaw nun::
. ...,/ E. Andrews, Gainesville; three Worship, 7 pjn. 7 p-m. Thursday night, 7:30. Training Union 6:30 p.m. ple's Service 6 pjn. Evangelistic sic director.
Prayer-UeeUrv and Bible .
Study 7:15
Worship pm.Wednesday
tit -Charles Thomas Evening 7 Wednesday
pastor Service, p.m.
.. sons Hiram F., Winter Park; 7 Young People. Meet- Ser CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
Prayer
p.m. Night
:' '" ... .. .. Robert M., Orange Park; and Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
., Ing every Monday 7 pjn.C.F. EVERGREEN BAPTIST vices 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Come and worship with u..
i .... Thomas A. Wasdin, Jacksonville 1404 E. Bessent Road
.
r Prevatt pastor. Every.one CHURCH Packham pastor.ST. .
'. L r, -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor
Robbie MoniPrimar
-" : two brothers welcome. Family Home Evening- -
Sunday School. 10 Morning
.f" '" ;: ., ,,: Wasdin, and Alvin Wasdin. both Worship at 11 ajn.a.m.Sunday BETHLEHEMFREE
New Mexico two sisters MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER 4:30
:. of ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC night Service at 6:30.: WlLLBAPTISTCIiURCIICor. Tuesday. pjn.
Mrs. Equllla Roberts and Mrs. CHURCH STARKE CHURCH STARKE WednesdayRelief Society
Wednesday night prayer Ash & Chestnut. Sunday
Millie Fogg, both of Starke; Father James Cregan, pastor meeting at 7:30. Holy Eucharist, let and 3rd Worship 7:30.:
9:30 Morning
eight grandchildren and two Saturday Mass 7 pjn.Sunday, Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pastor Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning/ School ;4 Night Service ThursdayM.I.A.. 7:30 pjn.
greatgrandchildren.Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, Prayer 2nd. 4th and 5th Sunday 11; League 6 p.m.Rev.pjn.. Jasper Williams SundayPriesthood,8:30a.m.
LJL services were held 7 p.m. 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 Sunday
at 2 p.m. Monday In Jones Confessions Saturday 6p.m. LAURA BAPTIST a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor. ning ,61p.m.Sacrament.
Memorial Chapel with Rev. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning -John M. Flynn, Rector METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch ,
James Gaylor officiating. Interment School of Religion Worship II a.m. Evening FIRST UNITED President.
was In Santa Fe Cemetery Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible !- STARKE HEILBRONN BAPTIST

Elder Ric Bateman Deft), and pie of Starke to let them have a.m. to 12 moon Study; Wednesday 7:30 p. BAYLESS Sunday School HIGHWAY 10 a.m.BAPTIST Worship Worship Sunday School 11; Junior 9:45 and; Morning Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
first-hand Information about
Elder Gary Read recently arrived School Sunday 7 9:45 .
our church* High m.Be In church Sunday. Service II a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School. ajn.Morning
here as missionaries for pjn. 6:30 Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal -' Worship H. Training
Training,
These F. L. DurshimerFrank Lester Austin, pastor. p.m.
the Church of Jesus Christ of young men are only Meeting ,Union 6:30 Ser-
Worship 7:30.: 7p.m. Prayer -
two of the Midweek
15,000 between
youths
-
Latter Day Saints more com- BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Choir Rehearsal 'rice 7:30.: Prayer
Chancel
the ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer. Meeting, 7:301
of 19 and 24
monly known as the Mormon who ages L. Durshuner, a for- Sunday, School 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45. Service 7:30.
about the
Church. move country mer resident of Starke died Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee. Jr. ,-Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas
Elder Bateman is from Edmonton to explain their religion. They
Thursday at his home In Steln- EveningWednesday. tor.
pjn. Day Mass 3:30
.
Alberta Canada and are called on two-year missions hatchee after an extended Ill- Worship 7:30,90 ""," "I!.: :m*: "Woi'J.' '?!((II .. IOI' rOQ! !
Elder Read Is from Hansen for their church and ness. Prayer Meeting;
Idaho. They say. "There are serve at their own expense A former employee of the 7:30 p.m. We are preparing a completely
many\ misconceptions about the or are aided financially by Bradford County Telegraph, Rev. J.D. Robinson
Mormon Church throughout the friends and relatives.
Mr. Durshimer lived In Starke
nation and here to They will spend between four new way of life for our children. Every
we are before moving to Fernandlna LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
talk about It. We want to present to IIIx months in Starke before Beach more than 20 years ago. CHURCH

our religion to the peo- moving on. to another area. He was employed on the news- Sunday, School 10a.m. Morn NEW FRONTIERS day we hear talk of rockets and

paper there until his retirement Worship 11 a.m. Evening
several years ago, after 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
CARD OF THANKSWe "
CARD OF THANKS which he moved to Steln- Everyone welcome. missiles. This is truly the space
are sincerely grateful to
;0-1;
hatchee. Rev. Robert Halsten "
pastor
friends and neighbors for near The family Hester Zoltow-
his wife Mrs. '
Surviving are
many Und acts ''Of :,sympathy ski, Johns and Rebecca Net- Pauline Durshimer; three CHURCH OF COD age. However, history has taught us

during our sad bereavement.Our ties wishes to thank the many daughters Mrs. James Perr- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. -' ,
be
appreciation cannot friends and relatives for their Ion. Oceana, Va., Mrs. Harold Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- that man's need for God i II "
adequately expressed. The expressions: of sympathy in Gainesville and Mrs.
Jones ; Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday .1;
of Lee H. Green. :
family their bereavement ;
Fred Selley DeLeon Springs; Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night
two sisters.Margaret and Elea- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer 4 ,. ,vei\presen.t: ; \ t. and new: .

SING CARD OF THANKS nor Durshimer Brooksvllle; Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. ; '. ,. ,lat..,*. tar, W '.', j I'
GOSPEL BAPTISTA We desire to express to our 'one brother Elemon Durshimer -Rev. Y.W. Kidd. pastor ', ",.:...,or&. a 11 x frontiers have new. changed this.. .> .*' .

Al.BEULAH: Gospel Sing will be Hold ,, -kind neighbors and thoughtful .t. Toopisboro, Ga.; seven f ."', t I.
KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ..
March 25 start friends jour heartfelt thanks I v grandchildren one great ,
Saturday night expressions of grandchild. Sunday School 9:30; Training y TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO CHURCH
their
for many
at 7:30 at the Beulah Baptist
ing sympathy The beautiful floral Funeral services were held Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning WorsMp *- 'f
21 In .
Church on Highway at 2 Saturday In Cross U a.m. Evening Worship #
Clay County. The Golden Gate offerings appreciated.The and food. were especially City. pjn. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 ?, The Church it Ced't appointed. enemy"" in (hit world

Trio will be a special musical family of Mrs. Connie Wednesday. n for spreading .the knowlrdgo of Nil Ion for man and
feature. Everybody !is invited. Bennett.- Pastor Rev. Robert West of HIS demand for man to rttpand to thot love if
James Hallmark hit 'Without ,
f loving neighbor. this grounding in Hie
MADISON STREET FIRST PRESBYTERIAN pt 'tit lore of Cod no government or Kxitry of vay of iI''.

BAPTIST CHURCH James Hallmark 48, of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. will long ponovor and tho f frotdwm.. whKh wo hold
Sunday March 26Sunday Brooker died Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth M door will, Intvifobly ponih. Dma/ere./ inn 'from
..:::0--:::: School 9:45; Morning Worship March 15.Surviving. Fellowship 6 /jn. Choir Prac- -.-'" \ e selfish point of view, ere should tuopMt the Chunk
at II; Church Training 6:15; are Ms wife Marie; tice Wednesday 8 p.m. .. for tho toko of rho welfare of himwlf end his family,
'-' e WMU Prayer Circle 7:15; three daughters Mrs. Clara -Rev. Robert D. Burch 'ti l lovond (that however, every ptriori thould. uphold

"''J' Evening Worship 7:30.: Crews Macon. .; Mr. Jima \ i and participate" in .the Chunh BKOUM it relit tho Irartt
',.. Monday Youth Choir Practice Potter Dallas, Texas;and Mrs. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I .
.....ar. I 1 p. bout rnan't life, death and dettinv; the truth whiik!
Children's Choir 7 Alachua two Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
p.m. Julia Stanley ;
a 4 alono will tot him Iris to live it a child of Co4.Col. .
Let ua rise up and build.N .- Tuesday Mission Friends sons Hugh of Matthews, N. Worship 11. Training Union
( Z:18). Girls In Action, 3:30: P.m. C., and Sammy of Brooker; 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. V 'wJ .r ._ ..... .....
God's miracle-working WednesdayPrayer Meeting one brother three sisters and -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor ...
7:30 p.m. Adult Choir Practice six grandchildren.Funeral .
lower| goes to work for us. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
8:30. services were held
\.\'H7Q'
When we meet life with the -Denton Sumrall pastor.k at 3 p.m. Saturday In HugglnsCopeiand Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
faith that with Cod all things, Funeral Home In Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
nrc|K>iMiblo.we break from the Gainesville with burial !In De- Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer 1* '

bondage of faille idea, and become dan Cemetery near Brooker. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. iB': .
free and confident. We J.C. Saunders, pastor ErM e ikY
t
then express ourselves freely I ty "
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
and easily for God' love in- lKOIItm \
JAN MISSIONARY Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday- '
spirvM u.i to know that wo can. BAPTBT'MISSION r School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- /

We appreciate life and 1UbleiMinir. U.S. 301 North behind Tutee ship 6 pjn. Training Union p') .
o|>|M>rtunitiv* and rc- Frees Drive In, Sunday 7 p.m. Evening Worship .:r uI
Miwniiibllitfcs. The words, we V: School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Wednesday -7:30 Prayer Ser '
L Ll
can inspire u* today.. vice II a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray. vices. I ; :
er Service 7:30 n.m. Wednes -R_. Bob Coocer...pastor
.
\

To some housewives' hnppl day.Leroy Olive pastor E.L.. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH :>> >>m. w. .'
ness la a virtue that Justmisses Criffls; associate pastor. Sunday, School p>>ajn. Morning .
.
.
being! a vice.Hnppinvu Worship II Lm! and 7 pm.
!Is gHllnR the kids "
66"
10 mad nt you they don't FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH STARKE
hours.Hnpptnpt spank. 10 you for two straight SPRING SAILOR-Old-fash Sunday Service:Sunday School -Rev. John Ross, pastor LORIDA SERVICE
toned underwear ribs In cotton 9:45 ajn. Morning Worship
I I. rolling groggily
out ut bed only to And out' !its knit are opt what for modfashionedsailors this season. 10:43 a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 HAMPTON BAPTIST # o# -- EST Hill EdwpH. I.... 9&4<723t
Sunday! for natural contour ,p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday CHURCH .
Happiness is rending! the Shaped the Miss Ingenue tops embroi 6:30 pun. Sunday School 10 MornIng '21re .TrafaxlfeidliKhUdJMtrff
-bathroom seal at five pounds dered with a red and blue sail -J.C. Brown, minister Service 11 ajn.;a.m.1 e Study ci __ ONTROL _
Service 7:30 .
6:30 Evening
boat. pjn.; ":!""
O pjn. a --M .. Brake Service
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Prayer and

If matchits STARKE Bible 5030 p.m. Carl H.nt Phone 964-6111 WhHlllalaMe and
you can 1, Pastor

Sunday- Sunday School 9:45 3.19 E. Call4. t. Stark. Fla. AUpt

5395 price i a.m.. Morning worship at II; FREE
sermon "Jesus' Seven Sayingson DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 14-HR. WRECKER SERVICE l'hoa.964471$ for AIR CONDITION SERVICE

the Cross' Bell Choir BROOKER Hlway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimates All Minor Kepalra
can't matchits Practice 5:30; Church Training Sunday School 10 ajn. Worship -
you 6:15; Evening Worship, Services 11 ajn. and 7 C., 8. T..... SUrks 617 N. Tempi. "'".. Stark*)
7:30; sermon: "The People of p.m. Training Union
feature: God Learning from the Peopleof -Rev.! Lacy Conwsy,pastorNORTIOSIDE ammuaamnmanum mmmummm
the World."

,a, 12 MondayHoly noon;. Bell Choir Week Practice Service: BAPTIST STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS WeRepair
.
; _
CHURCH
6:15 Youth Choir Practice 7pjn.
. .. ;. Intersection: of Highways 16 SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market
TuesdayHoly Week Service. North) and 225. Rev. WayneSundajTschool.
12 noon:Young Musicians Choir. G.riee Maala Fad i
3:30; C. A. and Bell Choir : 9:45; MorningService fllsatarias Ac* HarolwareCsUalet
'BM- Practice 4:15. at Ik Evening Service. GAS AND OILfled
Pals S."Un
Wednesday Service 7:30 ,
7:30.
WednesdayHoly Week Service Edwards
Jack pad Gladys TYPEWRITERS
12 noon;;Family Night Sup- pjn. Bporlleg 'GoeIIa
*per 6 pjn. Prayer Meeting, U. L col 8
....VICTOR I eiE9OO R. A. Meeting 6:30 p.m.; Tea- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH, -a..d& fritt US19 J'tnt .
M44312 .
CALO-H\ OftB chers and Officers meeting 7:15 Sunday .School PHONE Telegraph
ElJECrmOrM Church Choir Practice 8. nine WorsMp U LmnEienng WaahhwtM. St. M4-BJ70
ThursdayHoly Week Service Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday
Cell For A Free Demonstration. Or For A Free 12 noon; Music Maker Prayer. Meetingand Bible Study
:: Us
Choir Bell Choir Practice 3- 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

Tlelln Your Office. 30 pjn. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone: .
Friday- Holy Week Service, Welcome. PWMS] By The** We Be",. !_ Twelve N.rtk sut Fk.rI..t..t..IM 'Hels. >te. Ow Hssaiers. IJva U..iiiItlectL.lIw"
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To Display For Tower SiteAmerican

New' Colors ECAUSE

Legion Post 56 baa Although the system Is being
Orange avocado, and whit agreed to sell a piece of property set up primarily for law
are new colon which in the adjacent to the courthouse enforcement purposes, Richardson
near future will! be wed to grounds tor 11,500 for the erection said !It may be utilized
Identify he Florida State T le- of a 250-foot radio tower for other things, such as the
phone/ Company. Area Manager a* part of a Region m com- proposed emergency medical 0
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Gerald Williams announces. munlcattoaa system for eight care transport plan outlined EVER
The new colors will be used Northeast Florida: counties). to county\ and city officials last
on stationary business cards, week. ,/
and company, vehicles. Present The County Commission made Richardson Indicated that Installation
colon are green and orange. the otter to purchase the one- of the tower here will
Consistency In design endues get under way soon after the
acre parcel of land, which la '
of company names within the located directly south of the county acquires title to the i' ,
Continental I Telephone System property. .i
motor vehicle Inspection station .
of which!: "Florida State Telephone after a meeting with sponsors AS
Is a member !Is the of the radio system on a:
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purpose of the new color March 6, at which time the Honor America :
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scheme. Wider reference will board agreed to furnish a site ,''I{ ,
be given to being a member for the tower. Plan Session
of the Continental system/and ,
to system-wide use of a typeface ; In a letter replying. ..o the Set March 30A :
and lettering style especially board. Post Commander W. B. EMS.
designed for the cor Scoggin reported that the Com RO
poration. mission's offer had been unanimously meeting of all persons Interested .
The complete changeover will accepted by the post In the July. 4 Honor .
be made gradually. with about at a meeting on March 14. America Day celebration will
two years required for com County; Clerk Gib Brown said be held Friday March 30, at
plete Implementation./ Monday that the matter will the American Legion Home on \ ,
beery forma and other related probably be acted on at the Edwards" Road at 7:30 p.m.
Items will be replaced as existing .- next Commission meeting on Mrs. Hazel Rltch, chairman, ', ,,'
stocks are exhausted.Company April S.Detaus. encourages all age groups to
vehicles will be converted be present at the meeting and ."p,
to the new color schemeas of the regional communications Join In plans for the day. '.' e I
they are replaced or require ) system were given Purpose of the celebration la ,, ;' '
painting.Florida to the board on March 6 by to place more emphasis on A- .
State Telephone Company Capt. M. P. Richardson of the merlcanlsm and patriotism and ,:;'c ,
has 12 exchanges: In Floe Duval County; Sheriff Depart to have a togetherness of all the '" .' \1(. '
ida and serves 10.450 telenhnMm ment. He AId that a total of citizens Bradford County,the '1.II$ I'.' t'". ,. 'IF .I
In the state. The area office >In $309.000 had been funded by a chairman Bald \"'. '
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Starke serves three exchanges federal agency to upgrade law There will be recreation and .. 1"' ,,'" 987JS5
In Starke, Lawtey. and Kings- enforcement In the eight counties entertainment for all age .,. 'I" V" ;... .. 123.45LI :
ley Lake. In Region HI by providing groups soft ball game, fireworks The Continental Telephone better communications. sqpiare dancing, food "'" '\... .' : 45623 '
Corporation operates the third Of that sum he said about and fun for alL .Ii largest Independent telephone $30,000 will be spent In\ Bradford '. r L56733 TI
system In the country\ and la County; for a base station People who dream of moving
listed among the 500 largest tower base radio equipment to the country are advised 12654
In the United States. an auxiliary power supply
companies 6 239 -
to check out carefully what It I
Its member companies, serve and seven mobile radio ..
will cost. The advice also 64J5 T
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1.7 million telephones units. The Installation will become in/Qyn.L
than
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the property of the county holds good for those who .. ,,
In 42 states, Canada ,:
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and the Caribbean ; Richardson said. dream of moving to city. \:. /
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. How to Best. Enjoy Your Outdoor Grill P Pgyp. ,I.1''"I I:'


Answers to the Most Asked fastened to a patio or deck: A. Charcoal Itself has no fla r' I
Questions About Oas drills with gas connection below- vor. The "outdoors" flavor ,
ground or on a portable cart
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Q. How are"gal grills ',:,,- with a flexible hose and quick dripping onto hot bri I' HI I
stalled connection to supply gas to quettes.This produces smoke, i
the grill. which penetrates the food as j
A. A grill may be mounted ona
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it cooks, and gives it flavor
permanent post set In cement
with a below-ground Q. How do I get a "charcoal" ,

gas line; on a pedestal base flavor '.. \'
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year long? !
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Goes Away protect the outside of the I ,II,', .

grill from extreme weather.
--Has ,a Baby .

Q. Can I use Hickory chips'

-Has a Fire A. Yes sprinkle them directly -
on the briquettes or put
s mHas them in a foil pan on the 1 1al
food low
briquettes. Cook on
to medium heat with cover
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don't preheat too long at too f
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Receives an AwardBuUd. Q. Are pea prills tested for
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safety characteristics

-- a House A. Look for the A.O.A. Blue .
Star; It Indicates that the
design of the grill complies
Makes aSpeechHolds with American national saf e.ty -

standards.

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-Or Takes Part la Any Creamy with the Tallymaster ,Mark V

Ot&er Uraal or Unvmal Strawberry

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FondueCREAMY


STRAWBERRY
FONDUE


4 cup fresh FLORIDA '

strawberries,diced

1/4 cup cornstarch '''...f".1."" .' r'' (
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1/2/ cup whipped cream ; n.1.': ,' :" ,,-'" ...?......... VICTORBRADFORD I
cheese, softened

We Want ItTHE 114 1/2/ cup cup waterIn brandy ,.;"I't:'',," .' 1." i(./A "''rr'f'1R Il It111Ururn111t1))


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saucepan, crush strawberries -
slightly. Blend together 4. "
cornstarch, sugar and n: .
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water; add to berries. Cook : '\ COtJ:
BRADFORD COUNTY and stir till thickened and
bubbly.. Pour into fondue "r '' '; i''i' '' .. ', ,
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r;, pot; place over fondue btim- I t i.
TELEGRAPH er. Add cream cheese,stirring 'iiilJfgrap4! ,
till melted Gradually add ,'

brandy. Spear peach pew.,
944-6303 grape, pineapple cake cubes
apple cubes or marahmallow
with fondue fork; dip blfendu.

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