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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 30, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Fair Opening:


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/' "It was dark as
The usual large crowd, some .8,000 v is"
oould be and the wind
visitors is expeoted next Wednesday
was something
April S, for the opening of the 22nd fierce" says Mrs.

annual Bradford County ,Fair and straw-
Linda Sullivan ofTuesday's

berry Festival high

Pretty Anne Terwtllegar of appeared at GMt fair sponsoredby + ,-, winds, heavy rains

Starke 1971 Strawberry Queen, Baldwin Chevrolet-Oldsmo- and possible torna-
will officially open the I 1972 blle. Miss America will appear 5, ,
fair at 11 ajn. when she snipsa at the' Oldsmobile 1Ioo1hWednelda:1 does that swept
red ribbon In the usual rib- : from 2-4 pjn. and through the Theressa -
bon cutting ceremony.\ Fair from 7-'pjn. P and Keystone
gate will open an hour ear- Other opening day attractloruInclude
lier, at 10 a.m. of all animals Heights are, string-

First day of tile bur day Show Tlds includ- ing trees and partsof

fair, to run Wednesday through ing poultry Judging. number year of buildings in its
will see the largest
Saturday, April 5-8. will feature -
livestock entries since the i wake.
the Starke Rotary Club's k "
annual Rural-Urban fair' according to .tl r
Day program. Agent
A brief program Is scheduled County Bobby Taylor., \ hp S Damage In Bradford and Clay

at 11:30: a.m. "The 1972 livestock and poultry Counties to mobile homes, airplanes -
show Is shaping up to be and several residences,
A few words will be said
the best ever." Taylor, says. P plus widespread tree and small
by George Hugglns various dlg-and Over 60 4-H and FFA ;youth ill p d F"a buildings damage could run as
Introduced
natarles will be ,
of"ranchready" .
exhibits and 12 pens high as$100,000.Nobody
then the Rotarians will serve ,
stock from pure-bred
chicken to 1,000-odd visitors. in either county was
and commercial farms will be
There will be no main speaker In place at the opening of .the Injured, nor were any fires
a. In past :years. Invited to fair Wednesday.Livestock reported according to Brad
attend these ceremonies are ford Asst. Civil Defense Director
State Sen. Bob Saunters, Ag Judging Is set at ::1 VMf Harry Green and Clay
Commissioner Doyle Conner. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Judge w yy M CD Director Leonard Jones.
Reps. Gene Shaw and Wayne will be Kenneth Durrance,livestock
Holllngiwortn, Public Service extension specialist at the "It's Just a miracle'*nobodywas
of Florida.Blue ribbons hurt in all this Jones
Commissioner Jess Yarborough University -
plus city and county of- and troihies will flow free + .. ,. says "We were Just" lucky nobody -
ficials.Enttralnment. ly throughout, the. evening.Tay- -" was at home.
.. trill to be"The .lor rAYa-' :"-- s d ryANr It looked like a squall area

FMolV.." ....:.. Les Kalch and. Dr. Carroll u r a came through with one or several -
.,r Between 40'and 60 thousand :Douglas will1 Judge over 100' tornadoes in it,Jones says.
.fair visitors are expected during poultry and rabbit exhibits and Clay Civil Defense authorities
the tour day event according over 23: egg exhibits: at noon received word of a tornado

to Fair officials."It Wednesday.E. rty v alert shortly before 1 p.m.
will be bigger and better M. deg Boy) Prevatt ,q}, r r. Tuesday. Jones got his first

than ever," promises Fair Association Is over-all chairman of the ::: call of damage at 1:06: p.m.,
wTa
livestock show. Assisting him .
PrMldentJack Hazen. __ then worked into the night assensing -
Is Beef Cattle SuperintendentLundy .S the widespread re-
All 90 exhibition booth. In thethree
main fair buildings have Prater. Paul Hutch ports.
been 'sold according to Mrs. Bradford vo-., This Is what was left Tuesday after high winds .deless the trailer was flipped ante Its top by the tornado. "It was a tornado appar-
Lillian Pearson chairman of Bob Genttlman. president of troyod the mobile home of Edward Loper and Diane like winds at Hampton Junction et SR-100 and SR18. ently; as far as we can tell,
educational the North Florida Poultry Producers A total I No Injured In three troller. blown ev.r like Jones citing
the commercial and Association will be In Thomas who are to be married tomorrow night. one was anyway, says i
exhibits and concessions.Tbere : thli.. the well defined path of dam-
will be 31 commercial charge of the poultry. and egg

exhibits 10 more than lastyear.VWe : show. Mrs. Sullivan, who livesat
In addition, exhibitors will Baldwin Hampton Junction, at SR-
tile One
appreciate response i
we have received from participate In a showmanship BHS Students Storm 100 and SR-18 seven miles south
of Starke. felt her mobile home
11ftrm.. and Individuals," contest and compete for the
annual herdsman award presented start to tilt twice. She grabbed
Mrs. Pearson. All club
ands educational exhibits are by the Rotary Club.. Edwards To HeadRotary Rusty; her 4-1/2-year-old son,
Angus Farm sponsorsthe and ran from the trailer to
sponsored and Individuals.A by local. businesses showmanship contest and Region 4 Science Fair her car and backed as faraway
will award loving cups to the ; from the trailer as she
< second big event Wednesday top three showmen. could.
appearance of Into her car Mrs.
Getting
America All entries In the Home Division -
Miss of 1972, Miss : Sullivan saw the Edward Lo-
Laurie Lea Schaefer, a beautiful should be In place by Twenty-five Bradford High six second place ribbons. ribbons. Students from Union sent this region at will Santa M. A. Mac( ) Baldwin, Starke per mobile home, across SR-
and delightful\ young lady noon next Tuesday.\ These entries School science students visit, County captured six first place the automobile dealer was elected 18 from her home blown off
endowed with auburn hair and will be Judged Tuesday afternoon ed the Lake City Community Eighty-four projects from ribbons while Columbia County Science and Engineering Fairat president of the Starke Rotary Its foundation and tossed onto
green eyes. In both the Junior and College Friday and took the nine counties: were entered took three.... Baker one. Rollins College In Winter Club at Its luncheon meetIng Its top. Damage to that trailer
This Is the fourth consecutive : senior divisions of home products Region 4 Science Fair by storm% the fair with BItS students tak- Park next week, April 5-8. Wednesday March 22. and contents was estimated at

year Miss America. has, and crafts., farm products, and.. arts capturing) 10 blue ribbons and ing 10 of the 20 first place The 20 students awarded first BItS first place winners were Col. H.' M. Hatcher Jr. was $10.000. according to CD Chief

... Steve Futch and Stephen Hall named president elect, and Green Loper and his finance i
1I Then will also be competition --- -.'-- division three directors elected were Diane Thomas are to be married 1
'. l" In the senior botany, :
.;"f .
;I ;;=:I I.C between exhibitors with Mike White and..Jimmy Andrews Bob Blakewood. Marion Harrington Friday and planned to move
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I awards to be presented In three "' In health and medicine, Linda and Dr. A. J. Barry. Into the trailer.A .
I division- commercial) Junior rt"0 Powell and Paula Young In be- "+
The officers will be Installed funnel cloud did
I 'ii. new shaped
and senior education. \ -
II II I havlorlal science, and Greg at the first meeting sweep across Lake Geneva at
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II I No special attractions are :\ ) ter, Cay In soology. In July. Keystone Heights and knock

I scheduled Thursday April 6. LY" Flo_ti4 ':' In t the Junior division Diane Following the election a discussion over a trailer In Al Lagas-
I Friday. April 7, Is children'sday + Yawn" captured first place In of the new Judiciary see's mobile home park. The
I at-the fair. All children _% 'H the botany division, and Diana article to the Florida Constitution occupant: Fran Walker was
and students through grade 12 Nelson In soology. was given by County; JudgeT. not home. Columbus Parsons
will be admitted free to the A. Yawn who was Introduced who works for Lag...... reported -
fairgrounds between nom and From Union County; Glenn by Charles Sawyer. seeing a funnel shaped
Combs took first place In senior
cloud coming across the lake.
The speaker said that Flo
AAffree performance by the botany, Prisctlla McGUl
First first place In zoology, DenlseMooneyham rida's Constitution was written The cloud slammed directly
ANNUAL Youth Choir of the Baptist
1'R.cration In 1885 and placed: the Judiciary in
1 Church of Starke under \ In microbiology't Into the trailer an unpro-
1 1I direction of William George John Woodley In chemistry,and In a "stralghUacket"by tected spot near the lake shore,
Dept. at 8:30 Friday, in Virginia Byers In .enjoneorta providing only for circuit but did little damage to other
Is set pun. -
courts, county courts, and Justice mobile homes nearby.
EASTER EGG HVNTSaturd.y the show arena. This Is a most of courts. As other
I the Junior division Regina peace
versatile and.. talented croup courts were needed In later Sparks flew through the air
Union took
of High
well !known locally for Its ex- Phillips roofs
from tin porch
April 1 first place In botany., years they were created by apparently
Yawn said hitting hot power line., Mrs.
state statutes Judge ,
.
10 Go.... (See Page 8)) Duane\ Moore of Union High resulting In a hodgepodge oas Lagassee reported."It .
1 j presented a special $10 as six or eight dif In
West Sid. Park jI award by the F10rlda' Enatneer- many happened 1 cads
ferent courts In some coun she. said.
I log Society tor his project on that tornadoes
Entries- evidence
I 3 Age Croup -Fair "Duct Wing AIrcraft"' and Kenny ties.The new amendment will pro- actually Only occurred In Bradford )
$S
Teddlers-Grede 5 Andrews was presented a vide a uniform system of courts County were huge cedar trees
I I award for Ms Junior divisionentry throughout the stats, abolishing twisted off at the Ernest Triest
Do you have your' entries all "1o i0 Propulsion"
FIRST ANNUAL j ..ready many loasbmem farm on SR-18, Just east of
I Second place winners from as ) the Loper trailer Chief Greensays.
EASTER EGG HUNT 1 1I Remember Clothing BHS were. Lane Powell, Bruce claims courts, and placing their I can't say It was tornadoes. '
I Needlework Baking and Arts Tucker Joan Dyal Randy Mar Jurisdiction under the circuit It was )& high winds.
I At Hampton and Crafts In Youth and Adult tlDDoaaJdNeel.DebraManaInIr., courts and county courts. Also Trees. broke off and every
I Ball Park SR-221 Divisions must be entered by and Debbie Mitchell. abolished will be Justice of thing." ?'f
noon Tuesday April 4. peace courts and municipal
Remember there. will be one Kirkland and Joe Besides the Loper trailer,the
I Saturday, 2 p.m. Richard courtal although the latter have
j }
: Item In each division selected Scanlan took third place rib- until 1977 to be phased out. winds or tornadoes damaged
the Article of Merit Award five other residences In the r
,e--- II for bons. The amendment also provides .
1 and will receive a purple ros Ester Romero, a grade phy- hat all Judges salaries man Theresa area.
gilt? (Sammunilg I ette. slcs and chemistry student did will be paid by the Stats, but Winds blew the rear roof'
dtatr Bank 1 1A..r Bring your entries to the Pretty Anne 1e.III...", right, 1971) Strawberry queen gets big I Bradford strawfcorry her project on the effects: of County; Judge's salaries will of tile Bill Hall home off.
main building MONDAY from Donald Jackson en the Lloyd Bryan fan*. In beck ere Tlmmle and daily Vitamin A deficiency and over not to taken over by the State J-A 100-foot s.cdemata chicken -
II AFTERNOON from 1 pan to 4 Bryan. until! 1977. The amendment also 1Iouae.was blown. entirely

=--..b....ur p.m.from 8 or....TUESDAY.. to noon. MORNING. Berries and |lust coming in goad after surviving two freezes and root retting' .dampness "" dusMikke White, a senior physics prohibit* Judges from' practic- down at the home of Mrs. Lou-

rs.t LCa.: See your at the Fair! but should be plentiful for the fair. (fe Peg I) (See Page I) (lee P... 8))
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Miss Furlow Talks. Luncheon For Pine Level Church She/to/ TaylorHonored Nursing Council Luke-aybr

Dinner & Egg Hunt With Elects OfficersThe Rehearsal Dinner .f'
To BCH Auxiliary Bonnie Eddy,

Oi Nutrition Bride-elect Planned SundayThe Lingerie ShowerMiss Bradford County; Public Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke I.-

Health Nursing Advisory Council _entertained at a supper party;
Bride-elect Bonnie Eddy Pine Level Baptist Sheila Taylor, a bride- held Its 7th annual meeting Thursday night. March 23 at
Gainesville
Miss Julia Furlow,of was honored at luncheon Wednesday Church Is planning a basket- elect of March 31" was honored March 27 at 8:00: p.m. In the 301 Restaurant honoring
Public Health Nutritionist the- of last week at the Hol- dinner and egg hunt on' Easter at a lingerie shower the auditorium of the Bradford, their son, Terry, and his fiancee.
spoke on Nutrition at Auxiliary iday Inn given by Mrs. J. R. Sunday. Tuesday night of last week, County Agricultural building Miss Karen Taylor, following -
d. Bradford County Hospital Mon-- Reddish Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs. Sunday school will begin at by Mrs. Johnny Johnson and with the president Mrs. H. B. the couple's wedding rehearsal. -
general meeting Fellowship Leila Newsome and Mrs. Guy; 10:00: a.m. with preaching at Mrs. Don Bagwell at the home Hamilton presiding.Rev. "
day night In the Methodist Sale. 11:00: a.m. After church every- of the latter. The dining table was cov-
Hall. one will enjoy dbner-on-the John M. Flynn gave the
Centering the luncheon table with a white cloth and
Miss Furlow, who works with was a colorful arrangementof grounds, followed by an egg; Games with prizes were en- Invocation.Preston Matthews ered with a floral arrange-
centered
the Bradford County Public Spring flowers Bridal place hunt for the children. Joyed during the party hours Health Educator with the Division of lavender,pink and white
Health Department staff as an Is Invitedto 7:30 and 9:00 The refreshment of Health showed slides ment
office cards marked .the seating arrangement Everyone cordially p.m. flowers and crystal candle holders -
advisory on Nutrition In attend. table was covered with a and talked on Health Educa- Garlands .-
outlined the for the 20 guests. with pink tapers.
and home calls, white) lace cloth and centered
Down the length of the table of Ivy extended the length
amounts of milk, meat, vegetables with tion.The
an arrangement of
motherof yellow
of Gainesville
Malnor ,
fruit and bread products was a garland of bridal wreath and tulips and Iris. following officers were of the table Interspersed with
needed dally for all ages. Also interspersed with pink candles the Elsie bridegroom-elect Hall of Atlanta Installed by Rev. W. A. Hogan: pink tapers In crystalThe holders.
In silver holders. At each Mrs. I 17 guests Included the
the dally
recommending -The hostesses presented the president, Mrs. H. B, Hamil
of the honoree.
dietary allowances needed for place setting was a fortune grandmother The hostesses presented the honoree with a peignoir set vice-president; Mrs. L.K. honored couple, their families
cookie and the guests each and the bridal party.
all Mrs.
Pickering secretary
ages. occasion.
honoree with the salt and pepper as a memento of the
read their fortune. The couple presented personal -
Miss Lillian Stump, president china Louise Kite; treasurer, Mrs.
announced there will bea Among the guests were Mrs. shakers to herchosen Pete C. Felos. gifts to their attendants
25 Invited
pattern as a memento of the. guests were to
C N.E. District Conference In Jack Eddy of Waldo. mother of attend. A social hour followed. during the supper.
Jacksonville on AprU 25 andSouthEastern the honoree Mn. Lisle occasion.
Hospital Conference -
In Atlanta May 10-12.
Anyone desiring to attend may

contact her.During .
the annual reports
Mrs. George Anderson announced -
the admission of seven

4 new members: Mrs.Sandy Hall,
Mrs. Gerald Balllle, Mrs.MarIon -
.r, Harrington, Mrs. Gus Kop-
.' J elousos, Mrs. Harry Gruen,
Mrs. Marc Jackson and Mrs.
'r u
Brian Hamilton Bringing the
1i'Annie 'j, total membership up to 92 active -
SpeciaL
members. :
: :. The following officers were
: :-"";, ,. elected for the coming year .
'
,t and will be Installed at the
April covered-dish supper
._. .. ,... .. ". 4" meeting: president, Miss Lillian I

'---r t.7.; Stump; president-elect,
Mrs. W. A, Stern; recording '

.IDJ !1.1" secretary; corresponding, Mrs. H.secretary A. Lawson -, mixable, matchable jL

Mrs. M. W, Cressler; treasurer
/ Cardenas And Bobby Dodd Miss Arthurlne Blanch- machine washable ''f''r
ard; first vice-president, Mrs

Exchange Vows Mar. 10 A'/ K.H. president Levon Andrews Mrs.;Olin second White.vice- 'Sy@itt 4tit"F I ,

Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. and yl it*
The Community Church Mrs. G.E. Baker. Alan an''l! tIng Mrs Leonard Harris served i nr ,r

In Keystone Heights was the was Mrs. W. B. Mundy. refreshments during the social

setting for the wedding of Miss After spending some time hour. match '
Annie Cardenas, daughter of with their guests the couple t f
Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Cardenas took a short wedding trip to /.
of Keystone Heights, to Bobby Atlanta. The bride travled In a'fir.
Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. a Navy blue and white print .; { :-
1. Dodd of Starke. Rev. Stewart dress with full length Navy
McCord performed the sleeveless vest with red coat ,

ceremony March 10 at 7:30 and accessories and rose_ ,, 'I..Mrs.-Jim Shaw,, the former .'" ., )Q ates .. .
p.m. .low A corsage. __ jt !; : -'lSe.erly'McRae,' made theDean's j rn. :. .- ,
the altar. The .bride will graduate fromkeystone .. J 6r
Centering were, .,
1 ,
:s< -, '1Ifg h-SchooI. list at. U'ln the last ..., ..
pedestalbaskets; of whitegla Heights '

quarter.. Mr. and Mrs. 'Shaw ... .
dioli and pompoms against a In June and plans fto: +attend .1+ "..,.
of Tallahassee
background of arched and tree Santa Ke's Registered Nursing spent Thursday .
to Sunday with her -
candelabra with burning tapers Course. Mr. Dodd Is a 1968 parents, Mr.
and Mrs R. M, McRae.
and greenery panels. The family graduate of BUS; graduated 1 1
pews were marked with from banta te Junior CollegeIn
Mrs. H, M. Rlcharde spent S'iI
white satin bows. 1970 and completed basic
large the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I
with the tl
Mrs. W.A. Nail of Keystone and specialized school
Heights, organist, and Mrs. A. National Guard at Fort Polk brought Lyle Buck back bergraedchfldren $3

W. Chapman of Starke, soloist La. and Is now employed win Andrea and Scott Buck for a
(TtS
rendered a program of General Motors Acceptance weeks visit. Your choice t
Corp. In Jacksonville. ',
nuptial music. -,111 I
Dill Dodd, brother of the Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reddish tS i --I
groom attended as best man. / and son of Guntersvllle. Ala. or any j 4 h s -
//foberf StarlingCelebrates .
Ushers were Mike Jackson of are spending We ne.daytoSun-
Starke, Bob Cordon and David ''i
50th day with his parents Sheriff '
Penoyer of Gainesville, Ralph and Mrs. P. D, Reddish.
Baker of Keystone Heights 2 777
Robert J. honored
Starling was for
Greg Dodd of Starke, and Eddie
Saturday evening at a reception Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kllnger 1/ .
Cardenas brother of the bride. 1
celebrating Ms 50th and son of Wilmington, Dela. -
Miss Kendall Turner of Keystone
birthday anniversary given by arrive Thursday for ten days
Heights was maid of visit with and -
Mr. Mrs. Drew
at their homeIn
Mrs. Starling
honor. She wore a floor length f
Starke. Reddish. Jeff Reid also of Wilmington 1/i. \

mac dotted Swiss gown with A venison dinner was en- Is visiting the Red ti t -.. _
empire waist, square neck and dish family.
short sleeves She wore a Joyed.
Those attending were Mr.and
matching headpiece and car- Mr. and Mrs Ernest Wide-
Mrs. R, G. Gainer, Panama:
ried a single red rose with
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilmington,
City .
Monday guests
red streamers and greenery.
night dinner of
Jamie
Youngs-
Thurman son, '
Misses Susan Baker, Kern i-
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.
Gainer
Gerald Gayau
town ,
Bonner, Diane Parade, Nan- ,
cy Ilurner, Kathy Moore and George,Mate Fla.,,,Mr.Augusta and Mrs.Ernest Ca. Al Harley of Merrltt Island '
Cindy Scales served as brides- sty Learyand spent the weekend with Ms mo- "
Mr. and Mrs. George
maids. They wore gowns designed Barbsrvllle, James ther, Mrs. LonnIe Harley. ,
similar to the honor family '
Palatha Mr. and Mrs. : J it
Gainer ,
attendent except two each In I j
Robbie
Benckowsky and Kathy and David Un- (t ,
shades of pastel green, blue Anthony and F. Mr. and derill of Indlatlantlc are visiting t
Stanley.
and pink with matching head Barbara Mrs. Michael Starling, Mr. and their grandparents, Mr.and \' : .
pieces. Each carried a single Mrs. Charles Barton and Vicky Mrs. J. II. Moncrlef this week.
red rose with red streamersand I;
and Brian, Craig and Robert

Kim greenery.Sapp of Starke, niece of Starling Jr., Starke.DUPLICATE Mr.and and daughters Mrs. Warren of Ocllla Fletcher ()

the groom, served as flower Ga. were Saturday visitors of l't.
girl and Johnny Cardenas, BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk.
brother of the bride, was ring RESULTSMr. \ : ; \
bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and ". f :
Given In marriage by her and Mrs. John Musso- sons, Bobby and Larry, visited s t tI if
father, the bride wore a white line .were the winning coupleat Disney World Sunday. ;
floor length lace gown over "
Bridge Tuesday .
Duplicate
white taffeta. The fitted lace night where there were five Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. Edith I > I;
waist was enhanced with pearl tables In play. Mrs Lex Green Christiansen and Mrs. Ella \ i j 1 :
lusters and the long lace fitted and Mrs. G, J. McCrlff Sr. Moody visited their sister, !Mrs' ,
sleeves terminated at points were second; Mrs. J. D. Odom Maude Strickland In Wlldwood \ :;
over the wrists. Her white and Mrs. George Miller were over the weekend \ ;;. Jt.if.I'
lace mantilla veil was secured :

to a white floral head band. third. Bud Schuler and daughter, ____ f.j"r;<

She carried a cascade bouquetof Karen, of New Orleans, La. '
.
white roses and carnations. Mrs.: John W. Griffin of Och- spent Thursday to Sunday with .' *
A reception was held In the Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Richardson. -
locknee, Ce. Is visiting her ;
educational building next to the Miss Lillian 1 i. : '.\
sister, Stump, for :
church. Guests were greeted at several days. : \4 ---H- k. ; I \\i
the door by Mrs. J.E. Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins .:

of Keystone Heights. Miss Mrs. Jewel Johns and fay and family of Stockton, .. \:
Monteen Brewer kept the Carlton Faulk, of Jacksonville Ca. were Sunday visitors of c'

bride's book. Standing In the were weekend visitors of Mr. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Your choice of Lamb Skin Peasant $ ;
receiving line the bride # :
were and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. _#
and groom, their parents and / blouse 16%" jersey knit skirt,

.bridal attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Rex of r i
Smyth
r jersey knit hot pants, jersey knit
table
The bride' was covered Catersburg, Md. and Mr. and THE BRADFORD
with a white organdy cloth Mrs. John Thompson of Washington COUNTY TELEGRAPH '! slacks or fashion jersey knit long
i edged In lace over linen and D.C.were Sunday lunch. ', '
centered with a three tiered eon guests of Mr. Bertha Published every' Ttandar i ; V,4 skirt!

wedding cake decorated with Pearce. Mrs. Pearce also had at US W. Can Street i'.
pink, blue and lilac rosebuds '
pastel as weekend guett, her daughter starke Florid 3201
with a bride and groom Mrs. Edward Ensor of
on top. Mrs. Von Priest and Jacksonville.Mr gassed class ...&a.. paid
Mrs. John Sapp, sisters of OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON ;
al Mark, florid
the groom cut the bride's cake. '
The punch table was also and Mrs. Guy Sale and S.lsertl.a Raises
covered with a white organdy Mr., and Mrs. Keith CUlliw- :"
cloth over blue linen and held ham.; and family of Psrrtne, 1m trade ana MM prjrers r;,

two crystal punch bowls encir- spent the weekend with Mr. W.7S six SMatts.OvtiMe '' COMES'FIRST
cled with fern and white pompoms. ,and Mrs. Bud Monk at Mount trade snag WJe QUALITY THEN OUR LOW PRICES :

Prenideing at the punch Dora and also visited Disney per years. W-*. six months
bowls were Mrs. Bill Dodd and World! .4.1


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Honored A't

Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs William WM- Local admittances. to Brad- Mr. and Mrs.E.K.Ferryman.
chello of Gulliver, Mich ford County; Hospital this week Jr. of Bethlehem Pa. arrived
r Mrs. Connie Bagwell was were guests of Mr. and Mrs Include: Sinclair Crawford and Saturday for a weeks visit with
R.E. Firth the first of the Mrs. Eula tout, Lake Butler
honored at a stork shower ; Mrs. Ferryman Sr.
Thursday night of last week week. Don Barton and Mrs. AnnieO.
given by Mrs. Mark Moody Taylor Ralford; Marty Rho- Mr. and Mrs. Carlus Hess
and Mrs. R. A. Colson at the Mr. and Mrs. Janes Biggs den, Hampton; John D. Lewis, visited her brother. T/Sgt. C..
and son of Murray I and Joseph E.
RauUrson W. Daniel and Mrs. Daniel In
home of the latter.A .
pink and blue color motif ; visiting her parents, Mr. and .Brcoker; Mrs.Enza Blanchard, Biloxi Miss. March 18 and 19
was carried out In the party i' Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, this Lawtey; Mrs. Yvonne Vachon, and also attended the Miss Navy
: week. Joining the family onSunday
Keystone Heights Milton Bell
: March'where
Pensacola
decorations. The refreshment Pageant M
Mr. and Mrs. Albert
were Jones
table was covered with a pale Stefanelll of Jacksonville Mrs. Charlotte George daughter AA Linda
blue dacron cloth edged with 1 TVA Mahalka. Mrs Ada Newsome. Hess, participated.
lace and centered with a pink 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ste- Mrs. Thelma Hall.. Mrs. Dorothy
and blue floral arrangement. fanelli of Gainesville and families. Bagwell. Mrs. Mary K. Sgt. and Mrs Mark Mack
., ., Games with prizes were enJoyed Clauges, Mrs. Irene Brooks and son. Tom. of Klsslmmee
the 25 guests attend- and Mrs. Mildred Latham. visitors of Mr.
by were Sunday
P.T. NoUn underwent
Mrs.
a 7 ,
Caldwell.Tommy
and Mrs. J. G.
Um The hostesses presented the A surgery Tuesday of last weekIn Walter S. Vanderllp of Tucker "
honoree with a baby bottle sterIlizer St. Luke'sllolpltal. Ga. was Tuesday overnight Chastaln and Miss
..., 1f memento of the Sinclair returned to
.J1 as a f of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evelyn
""f1, ,II Mrs. H.G. Merow of Tampa
guest
't.. ., occasion will visit her son-in-law and FSU Sunday. after spring
..1, \
.a- break. :::
1 Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
daughter,
< t--'" i ie and Mrs. Edward Davisof ,
a white heart-shaped satin pillow rill Edwards on Sunday. Mr. ,of
Benckosky Weds trimmed with white lace. IJ I Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R.M.;! Lee returned to
Nancy Mrs Joseph HUBS of Albany Conn last
Robert Starling Sr. attended her home In Wilton
Dr. and Mrs. Billy Wheeler -
his son as best man and Robert N.Y. were Sunday visitors of Wednesday after months visit
of Beaufort, S. C. were
Joseph Starling March 3
L Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Datuby. Mr. and Mrs.
Starling Jr. and Bobby :; Monday overnight guests of Mr. with her parents.
McCloud were groomsmen.Mrs. ,'; < -.- and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. E.... Dowllng Sr. and Mr. and
Miss Nancy Ann Benckowsky, of white chiffon. The gown had .Jenny Browning, organ- ;, ,:,' '/. \ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Mrs. Gene Long.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony a high collar trimmed In white lit, rendered a program of \ ..1.' ;, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Jr. and daughter Jane, visited -
F. Benctowaky of Waldo daisies full sleeves empire nuptial music. J' ..f1.. '"."Ii'.,, returned Monday from ten days Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Betties
and Joseph Michael Starling bodice and a full skirt., She A reception was held In the Sou I,' visit with their son, Bud Lawson In Naples and Mr. and Mrs. of St. Augustine spent the .-
Ion of Mr. and Mrs. RobertJ. wore a crown and elbow length home of the bride where arrangements In Marion N. C. who N. R. Hardy In Pompano Beach weekend with her parents. LTC "
Starling of Starke were united veil and carried a. cascade of of white daisies .' ,i /. underwent surgery. Friday to Tuesday of last week. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler.
In marriage on March 3 white daisies. and fern were used In decorating .
at 8:00 p.m. at the home oft Miss BarbaraBenckowsky The bride's table was "
e bride. The Rev. Denton maid of honor wore a full covered with a white cloth and
Sumrall officiated at the double length lavender gown with centered with a three tiered
ring ceremony. matching veil and carried a 'wedding cake.Mrs.Sandra Bar- :
Decorating the front lawn bouquet of lavender daisies. ton and Mrs. Shirley Barbercut ,... ', ;.
were baskets of white daisies Miss Vicky Barton flowerglrl the cake. Mrs. Elwood tr"11Vicki '.
and a candle arch against the also wore a full length laven- Sparkman and daughter Mrs. I
background of a green cedar der gown and veil. She car- Calvin Varnes served punch.
tree.Given ried a white lace basket with Following a short wedding Taylor And Richard Sapp
In marriage by her daisy petals. trip, Mr. and Mrs. Michael '
father (tie bride wore a gown Wesley Brian Barton attended Starling are residing at the Vows Mar. 19 A
Repeat t
TaylorCAJtPS
of white satin with an overlay home of the bride In Waldo.
as ring-bearer carrying; V V
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Miss Vicki Jeannene Taylor :.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.E.
Taylor Sanderson,and Rich-
ard Lafayette Sapp son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Sapp of Starke
were united In marriage Saturday
Pep-Stores March 18 at 8:00 p.m.
In the Pine Grove Methodist
Church In Taylor, Fla. with
Rev. Coy M. Taylor performing -
the nuptials.
Decorating the altar were two
baskets of white gladioli and SPECIALc
SALE DAYS: THURS.-FRI.-SAT. daisies against a background h I
of four branched candelabrawith
burning tapers and palms.
Ray Norman pianist, and
GIGANTIC PRE-EASTER Mrs. Sylvia Reddish, soloist,
presented a program of nuptial
music.
Glen Sapp attended his bro-
ther as best man and the ush-
ers were Cecil Casklns, Ricky
Tomllnson, Wayne MacCarthy, NOT1CY!
Ralph Morgan and Danny Luke.
Miss Darlene Yarbrough
served as maid of honor. She
wore a floor length lilac organ .1
0let dy gown with fitted waist, puff
sleeves ,with shearing at the
wrist and ruffle around the ,
t ..r 'bottom. -She wore a-soft lilac
: picture hat with a veil In back Iff
falling to the waist. She carried -
a spring basket with lilac
ribbon and filled with yellow
and lilac daisies and green

ery.Misses Helen and Linda Taylor -

sisters .vt the bride and
Jackie English served as Baldwin Chevrolll.Olds
SHOES bridesmaids. Their gowns were
jCHILDREN designed similar to the honor
attendant except In peach color

1 with carried peach spring colored baskets hats. They with WILL pay TOP PRICES


with peach greenery.peach colored tinted ribbons mums filled and (It 1967-61-.70. and 71 I

Robin Taylor sister of the
bride, was flower and
Darren Cushman cousin of '
the bride, was ring bearer. USED CARS
The bride, given In marriage .
by her father, wore a
floor length lace gown with
1 scalloped round neckline lace
sleeves that terminated at the
wrist, fitted waist, lace panelIn Selection Of r
front and bottom ruffle. Six
ruffled tiers of lace In back
fell over a hoop. Her lace New 1972's Z' .
headband secured a tulle train
bordered In lace. She carried
In Stock
.a 1 a spring bouquet of pink and .
I w white roses, daisies carnations -
11, and mums with purple
statice and baby's breath.
A reception was held at the For The Month Of
home of the bride' parents.
Standing In the receiving line
were the bride and groom their
III parents and bridal attendants. I 0A
book.Sylvia Taylor kept the bride's APRILWe

Arrangements of white carnations
and daisies were placedat
NOW I vantage points. The bride's t
table was centered with a three Will BE PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
tiered wedding cake decorated
I I' with lilac roses and topped'
with a bride and groom. This
was flanked with two silver EVERFor
candelabra with burning tapers ,.
and entwined with Ivy and dais
OUR REG. OUR REG. OUR REG. ies. Roxame: Taylor and Barbara
Crews cut the bride'
IToar Used Car Or Track ]

2.99 SHOES 3.99-4.99 SHOES TO 5.99 SHOES cake.The punch-table: held two punchbowls

that were encircled with Due To A Strong Used Car Market
Ivy and daisies. Assisting In
serving were Melalne Taylor We Find Ourselves Short On Clean
Phyllis Green Julie Reynolds,

88 88 88 and Following Pam Stuebe.a wedding trip the OK Used Cars. '-

couple are residing In Jack
sonville. The bride traveled In AND WE NEED YOURS TODAY!

a lilac double-knit dress with
beige ......orl... Us You'll Like Us
The bride graduated from Dam (Try )
County High School In 1971
and Is employed at Prudential
Insurance Co. In Jacksonville.Mr. .
I Sapp graduated from BUS
In 1970 and Is assistant foreman
at Jacksonville Utilities .
In Jacksonville.


Shoes for every child in the family. Various colors of black brown natural K kX Mi Wartss) rtaH0MtfMV
CORRECTION
suede and camel OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON STARKE FLORIDA
The wedding of Miss Donna ,
Janet) Goodman to Ronald Earl
Caswell took place Feb. 21 Instead "Sooner or Lefty Your Fororft Deafer"
of Feb. 12 as stated In
QUALITY COMES FIRST, THEN OUR LOW PRICES c .. last week paper.

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First two of an anticipated tries have .been slow la com a lot of people while represen. will tab part In he :Strawberry "r,'J'. i ", '...'
eight entries have been received Inf.i ting our great county." Quern Pageant as well '\ ,. "': :. .;
In the 1972 Bradford don't understand the girls Finals. of the 1973 pageant as reigning over the entire .. r ,' \.\ ',.I ,....1' .tio .
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County Strawberry Queen Pag In Bradford County. TMs will are set at 8 pan. Saturday four days of the fair. /"!, ::
giant according to Mrs. Jim be the- tin Strawberry Queen April 8,, final day of the annual Ii .
Lawson, pageant chairman. Pageant and each year" the Bradford County, Fair In Winner of the 1973 pageant .,. ,,
local girls have COIDJIaIDecIabout ) will receive 950 In cash, a Qj
talent and girls from other crown and silver bowl. First
counties being in the pageant t." runner-up wW receive a $35 In O
says' Mrs. Lawson. cash and a silver bowl, and
This year. ire eliminated talent the second runner-up $15 In :.;:.
and restricted the pageant cash and a. silver bowl. The ... ,
.to Bradford County girl, and winner will also be awarded ,..:,;
we have had to beg girls to gift certificates from mer t.J< enter. Pageant .. :.
"This Is a wonderful opportunity coordinator Is Miss
tor them, because they Janus Coleman of Jacksonville .
can go a lot of places and meetPRINTS current Miss Bradford .

County, 1972.Sponsors ,al't1u
of the pageant ars z : .!."
the Junior Woman's Club of
fS', Stark and the Starke Jaycees. 91.V,,
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co-chairmen.Mr. and Mrs Jim Lawson... tc\.qj\ i4I:7O ::: I I':;:
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Martha Buckley Terrle McNealthe .. .
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Miss Martha Sue Buckley !I''", show arena at the fair- .. !
17-Is the daughter of Mr. antiMrs. grounds. There will be a party; ( ) a part of a continuing THOSE'' .
Gary Buckley of Starke. for the queen contestants given program to "cut redtape" I'
She Is a senior at Bradford by theat Starke Senior Woman's Odell W. Vaughn, risiii
High School and enjoys outdoor 3 p.m. Saturday. Informal Director, VA Regional Office, WINTER % lj
sports. Interviews with Judges St. Petersburg, announced thata iii O a ';.'"
Miss Terrle Elizabeth Mc. are set at 4 p.m., and at 8 lost birth certificate ,,'
Neal Is the daughter of Mr. i" ps p.m. a dinner Is scheduled for or .
and Mrs. Norman R. McNeal r'e: ; queen contestants and Judges. marriage license will no longer 1'ROOMS INTO '; '.*'
Sr. of Starke. She Is 16 years ON THE SAND Miss Anne Tenrillegar, for by the those big who problem/ for it once was ;:-....
old and a Junior at Bradford Cotton graphics create strikingnew daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Clyde apply veter.nsbenefits. .:';
High. prints for summer swim. Terwtllegar of Starke, is cur- Less formal proof of .r. -<:
For the first time In the wear. In brown or blue combinations rent Strawberry Queen.She will marriage and birth Is now 4'O''
nine years the Strawberry this all-cotton bikini officially open the 1972 fair acceptable under new VA ',,,.,'.
Beauty; Pageant Is limited to takes naturally to sun and surf. Wednesday. April b. at 11 a.m. / ; '.
Bradford County; girls, but en- nia It's design.a Sea Fashions of Califor by snipping a red ribbon and ',:, i ylxen 4+'.1I :
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New Potatoes Baked with Egg'n Ham October regulation 27, became and that effective It covers \ .'..1'.1...

payments of compensation, : )
pension, dependency, and Indemnity .I:
4 ..
tsp. flour the potatoes are lightly compensation and ..
1 1/2 tsp. salt browned. education benefits for veterans, ,..
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Pepper Line 4 oven-proof Individual widows, and orphan children.Mr. ..t...
2 Tbsp. milk casserole dishes or custard !4'
2 cups diced cooked Florida cups with ham .lIce. Divide Vaughn explained/ that .'''1:,
.
new potatoes the potato mixture among VA now accepts a veteran's ... ..:
2 1/2/ Ttwp. finely chopped the '4 cawerolea. Make a hole certified statement of marriage .';;
onion provided neijher he nor his wife EASY-TO-USE
In the center of the potato
.4 slices Florida ham has been married before, and '4',,'
mixture and break Into
.4 Florida eggs each "nest". Bake In an a egg 325 F. the agency has no contradictory 3 T j f) );", ,'
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t In a bowl combine flour, oven until the egg Is cooked Information of file. I 9 9 p/i e I I 1 ',.L,"l'....
salt, and 'pepper. Slowly aa desired. Allow approximately VA also accepts a widow'scertified '1 i
blend in milk. Add the potato 2I -25 minutes for a statement bf ,.'. ,..'
and oniona. Heat oil In heavy .oft-cooked ett; 30 minutes marriage, if agency records aLexf .' ,. :
frying pan. Spread the potato for a hard-cooked egg. 4 servings. substantially support her GAL. : ., }
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mixture evenly In the pan and itatement. .
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statement on the birth of a Flat finish dries whits to beautify your ceilings ? '.' \

S..r. ell: child of his marriage Is acceptable Budget price for a paint with true staying power '::.
I ..5.VVtiti'::ti}:'i-iti{N:N.ti. }}a-atirr'NN.VYa'a:1/VUi'JAr: : ; : : +iti'v'a YrvGYr: 'SStiV1S as proof of age and a :
relationship/ again barring VA Resists dripping, goes on easy tools clean In soap and water '..'Sr

'. 1 Information to the contrary.Mr. C No lingering paint fumes;use room in a few.hours .'];:
Vaughn said that In the
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case of a deceased veteran, the ,.: t A3fOtp, :
other parent's certified: '
MI statement on the birth of the WMre. ,, Ir H..un:
veteran's child is sufficient \, .'
provided VA records .
corroborate the statement.Mr. .
iiiiif \\1 Vaughn pointed out that ,, ..

t111! AFTER ALL1 before the the regulation required change ale 1 S S FASTDRYIING FLAT; VElVETY FINISH! ,n..t ,! ;';

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i I LOSES I INTEREST!' j r Tyler Mrs.Jones.Tyler Jonas underwent. .-_... ......

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FIRSFEDERAlTtLtPHON In Buslines Personnel. MANNING .

i Jim Chasteen was la Wash HARDWARES
Savings and Loan Association of Stark : legion D. C. and Richmond .

.__ Va. last Thursday and Friday.
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,, ......I First One in?' mattresses, inflated toys or

\'W1ng NEWS ABOm Safety Precautions Are Stressed for Private Swimming PoolsA of water security wings and give shouldn't a false sense be

used unless an adult is present
\ back yard swimming pool abide by a few simple rules of taken reasonable precautions to added protection when the poolis Roughhousing in the wateror
SERVICEMEN provides relaxation recreation, safety. keep them out you may be not in use, some owners in- at poolside should be discouraged .
by George Muggins and a cooling-off spot duringwarm Your first safety device held liable for Injuries even to stall alarms that go off at sud- as should swimmingunder
I weather. should be a sturdy fence enclosing trespassing children. den water displacement caused or directly in front of the

? ABOUT THINGSWhen Pvt. Eddie K. Bradley, sat But'' once it has been the pool area, to keep Other safety devicei around for example, by a person fall diving board.
of Mrs. Mamie Howard of 910 scrubbed down, cleaned up, wandering neighborhood chil the pool should include a well- ing in the water. Whether adults or childrenare
Pine St., Starke graduated.. and readied for the season's dren from accidentally fallingin. Hocked first aid kit and rescue Safety rules are especially important swimming it's a good ideato
cently from basic training at first plunge, it also call for equipment such as a ring buoyor when children are using prohibit food or glassware in
I get away fl'Obiabout talking Remember (hat a good Fair the Marine Corps Recruit D*- careful supervision, cautionsthe Some communities require long pole.ShaUow the pool.Provide the pool area. And small toys,
strawberries, mustard Is lots of fun educational, and pot. ParrU (eland, S. C. He Insurance Information In- pool fencing but even if yours and deep sections of adult supervision such as skateboards which are
e' planting cropa' ,and setting entertaining. A good Fair gives ii a 1970 graduate of Bradford stitute. And family and guest does not, it is still a good step the pool should be clearly de- whenever children are iwim- proverbial hazards on stairs are
tobacco, the timely subject a good image of the County.It High School. alike should be required to for safety. Unless you have leniated with buoy lines. For ming urges the Institute. Air equally dangerous around a
is our Bradford! County attracts people and we want swimming pool.
Fair next week.There you to be among these people. -- _.
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of the best and Navy Airman Richard E.Lee
one planrmed AZALEA BLOOMS eon of Mr. and Mr. EugeneP. lade's I
most active county fairs in S
Florida A* an example of good Somewhere about three Lee of St rke, hat returnedto I Quality
planning, the 1973 Fair date U months enjoying the pretty A. Norfolk. Va. att ilxmonUia .
In the Mediterranean Sea and
W. saleas Is unusual My '
already' set for April mitt memory
you to be on time but don't has always been short but Isure the North Atlantic aboard the .. -: st."o.
.
aircraft carrier USS
get April 4 too much: in mind don't remember azaleas Indepen- o.
In bloom this and dence. He and his shipmates f A.
now because next week our long still :;
Journeyed more than 37,000 .
1972 Fair at 10 a.m. pretty.
opens
next Wednesday April S. Many times in a group conversation miles and visited Scotland,
Our Strawberry queen Anne someone"will remark Spain.France, Italy, Greece, and I II

Terwillegar, will clip die ribbon about the continuous flowering
at the front entrance and time. We had warm day bring --
then president Jack Hagen will the blooms In early and then we
open the door and we hope had nights cool enough to prevent Navy Seaman Aldrey M. Mc-
;you will be among those to get forming of the snores that Rae, son of Mr. and Mra. MackM. I
a first view of our famous cause Azalea petal blight. Any McRae of Route 2, Starke
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR. I
seasonal conditions are always has reported for duty; aboar&the
The second special featurewe good for some things along with. guided missile frigate, USS I
Still Make
"They Them Like
will tnt
min hope In you the Livestock no "udIl"Ing to being bad for other things. Wm. H. Standley, homeportedat They Use To"That Is At
Mayport Naval Air Baas

day.at A 7:30 record p.m.number on Wednes of cattle I have RARE recently BUT-experienced GOOD -- I Magic Chef They Do. That's The Reason Slade Sells

ts expected to be on ex.blblt. two visits that turned out

The majority of the entries mighty good. Pvt. Walter T. Luke, son I Chef. I
will be those registered One was with Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Luke Magic
beef animals troQthe George Grant who live In the of Route 2, Starke, has com- I I
Chamber of Commerce/ Calf Hellbronn Springs community. pleted a 13-week Field Artillery Get What You Pay For Like-all Porcelain Finish Inside And Out- LifeTime
YouwUl et\Oy"ucn.-! My visit to pick some
Scramble. was up Repariman Course at the
ing these boys parade their Floradel tomato plants. As we U. S. Army Ordnance Center Guarantee With AU Burners. Flip Up Top And Lift Off Door For I II
animals) Into the arena for an talked about everything that la and School, Aberdeen Proving
expert judge to see and place timely on a small farm,George Ground Maryland. While there I Care And Convenience
them in a blue, red and white ask me if I liked green tomato he learned to repair and main-
class. There Is no extra charge: Jelly or Jam, whichever it tain rocket launcher and light
for this very special and Interesting was. Since I never had his air defense artillery weapons. 30" OF COOKING MAGIC
activity. wife brought out an opened Jar Pvt. Luke is a 1970 graudateof 36" SUPER RANGE
and a spoon It was good and I Bradford High School.
RURALURBANCHICKEN brought homo a pint. I can tell UP TOP
CONTROLS
Nothing can be more appropriate you that green tomato jam and ALL OF THE CONVENIENCES I

for a mld-dav event than hot homemade biscuits are not County PermitsNineteen OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT ......... AS ONE ON LEFT WITH
good t tender select chicken good for the waistline and you ,

fried in real'southern Bradford can't stop with Just one his building permits CompletelyAutomatic _:.-.""""' ADDED WORK SPACE
c.-
County) style. So the :
AND STORAGE
cuit.The $185,000 in construction COM
representing
first anent event will be eat next was one that also Is .
Brad
ing this chicken hard to find these days. I was were Issued by ',' I PARTMENT.CHOICE .
/borne where near the front visiting with Mr. Joe Grids ford County during February, h OF COLORS +, -- <> J Continous Clean Oven
Tax
entrance, the Starke Rotary to get grafting wood from one of, according to the ofQce.of. 1 r) t;>
Club will be offering Chicken his plum trees. When I got Assessor Gene Long. ( ) -
Included In the 19 permits
tickets for a 50 cent do- thirsty, instead of water, he (
nation. This money will bellied ,asked me if I liked good clab are eight mobile homes. with ./, nI j $4Q95I
value of$34.000 listed.A
for local and countywide; Pro- ber. I sure do like it and we a total of $356.50 was paid I $23995
jects. One of the special Projects remarked that lots and lots of
for the permits Including $72 "'
this year is the SCOUT people have never tasted good mobile homes. I -
d by the natural clabber. We uncovered for '
arkeenRotary Building permits for additions ;
several bowls, pushed the Oven
in
unincorporated areas
So, come on out to the FairGrounds cream aside and found: some Conlinous Clean
of the county are required under I
OTHER
for the before-Iunch good and firm. With the use 9fa
time activities and enjoy visiting tablespoon, there wasn't much: the In county's: ;works zoning regula- .. OTHER '" 36" MODELS FROM
the proba-
tions. now -
with your friends from dif- left in a quart bowl. I didn't ..
ferent parts of the County. want syrup mixed with It I bly to be adopted April 3 is a 30" MODELS FROM
This entire Rural-Urban Pro just wanted t ,pure clabber. county ordinance Qaw) requir- I I'p
gram Is sponsored by the Starke ing purchase of a building permit I S1Z7.95
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Rotary Club.Sometime. before a power companycan NMIII11:111.1'! $179.95W.T.
prior to 11:30: a. Old. Books' Needed supply electricity.: MAGIC
.m. a String Band will provide
entertainment that will attract For Annual Sale

you to the platform vicinity: Citrus1FPRl..Housewives t
where;you will be ready to lineup ty Library FriendsA i
for a plate of good food.From t
the platform you will be greeted ( ) and e tit I Il
by Fair Association President plea for old books, hard- citrus growers throughout the t
Jack Hazen. A few special back and paperback, has been! state are being urged to take t
introductions will be made Issued bv the Friends of the part in a letter-writing cam
and then a Rotary member will Bradford County; Public Li- paign which would convince the l I
offer Thanks for the good food brary for their annual book Food and Drug Administrationto
and we will be ready to eat. sale April 5-8 at the Bradford adopt rigid standards of t

County Fair. identity for .orange juice .: a1 1

GERALD E.: BROWN beverages. _ _ -
Books should be brought to the "This is a chance" said _
INSURANCEOH.rlng library as soon as possible. Florida Citrus Mutual General '
Children's books are also Manager Tom Osborne. "for t
All Coverage needed. both consumers and citrus I
o 14.7 CU. ft.
Aeto Mobll. HomeOwners.Llf.Hospltal growers to make their desires .I'o li L lJtl1.1=
The books will be sold at a known and both will benefit No FrostRefrigeratorFreezer I Iy
'booth at the fair from 5 $U All money raised from the Osborne poir.ied out that /
CoveragePHONE annual book sale goes to the In the
housewives
can Join
964-6464. Bradford County; Library for crusade for "truth in labeling" -: i
purchase of new books. orange juice products by simply Jet Freeze.ice U

writing to the F&DA.an. askingthe t '
agency to require tnat all compartmentFreezer
orange products be labeled to '.I holds up to
clearly Indicate the portion of :
TUCK IS pure orange juice contained. 147 Ibs.
On the other hand growerscan 4 cabinet shelves, one
make the F&DA aware of
their plight by similar! communications slides out
Dr ve-lnn I --
.
he said noting rwi "
that a prominent declaration on \ '

631 ; e\ery container of orange I.t.
s. WALNUT product will eventually if not I I

STARKEMONDAY immediately. aid growers Another model available e t
because it would mean a larger Model,TBF-15SL with Automatic Icemaker .-
percentage of the bas:v'erage I
APRIL 3rd market would switch to the real

thing. I II
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( Osborne noted that Mutual I IIP TOIS I SLADESELU sI I

ii1J% ( has for many years attemp ted I I Ii
:JJ.! ALL to convince the F&DA of the
; need for truth in labeling orange i PDUNHSIN I I

products which would bring into ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
THE the open those products which I I
pose as citrus but are in fact ONE I WftSBINGlI
look alike fakes or synthetics
Chicken You Can Eat with small amounts of pure I ONLY I II

juice. : PREI I
I
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Plus The entire Florida citrus I FILTER-FLO[ WASHER I
12 OZ. CAN Industry has requested the I o
$125 F&DA adopt rigid standards THE BEST SEASON
BUSH BEER I
and preliminary indication is 2 SPEEDS
the is about to move.
FOR 25 agency "
Mutual has proposed that I 3 CYCLES ,AND SPECIALS I
standards
labeling require' a
FROM 7:00: P.M. TO 9:00: P.M. prominent declaration of the Filter-Flo wish

NO TAKE OUT ORDERS PLEASE! percentage of orange juice I systemsodsIlnt
contained,plus standards which -luasl 51-VICES 5BTU
---------------------------- I esweeh,7tlnse $104.95'
would cover drinks containing I
temperature*
TRY OUR orange juice or beverages I P
e Permanent Press
which by their color advertising Cycle with WHAT 8,300 BTU 169.95
Steaks And Seafood
and flavor purport to I1 7 "Cooldown".
contain orange juice but are Cold w/terwaeh end
You may find better but we doubt it actually snythetics. I t rinse. 12,500 BTU 239.95 .
Now Is the time to make your I Extra wash selection. 'IT SIllS .
I \
least for the price.
I at not voices The hear.Commissioner Write to: t S selection 3 weter-level. 19 I TO 269.95 "

DAILY SPECIALSFrom of Food and Drugs

11:30 To 2:00: P.M. 5600 Rockvllle Fisher's Maryland 20882.Lane I $219 00 SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES I'

U you do it could mean you'll I
PHONE ORDER AND TAKE OUT know exactly what your serving I

964-9977 your table family! at the breakfast : MODEL WWA 8330L 332 W. Madison Si HIOM}, M*>77Q1T 1 I Ia

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: Fortunattlv; Grandma,to6lfth : :
took bock on Old Bmp
f t '. WI recipe' fey "Mr spring Ionia '.:::; .
with a certain' amount ol r*' with her 'before'/ the Jr. >mt.. :.:'"
2 'p ct. When h* had 'IM potty Drag. Administration gab. ::.

'Ing up 'the area *. wo on around to tttting U on'wNt :.: :
ri geologist 30 year ahead& of ", fe.. :.:.::.
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PAINS-To Illustrate YNY .
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federal 1 .,;
the staggering 4
n debt, Cong II, R. Gross (R. I : ;::;
Iowa) said!( that when the foreign A '
aid program was launchedin __ : : j

1947 its promoters said thatit : NOW OPEN ,
would be only a 5-year pro ;, _
gram and the total cost would t j ta 1s
not exceed $5 billion. He added t et WADSWOITGI'5' : V+;+t

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that with the current legislation / t
approved the cost of for I i : LI ,
;
eign/ aid since it was launchedin f Fish & Produce Market .1....
1947 will come to more than I L Mt :

p $200.000.000.000two( hun a ,.. In--
dred billion dollars.) Specializing YNti111
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M Cat Fish & Fresh Mullet

In storing or umng Florida

lettuce the leaven should be ,''''-' _- _- -- ---_-_- ... B'Y ;'a'eel '
turn from the head rather .

than being cut.. Howard Kerry family( looks at pine tree blown onto |just moved from Atlanta. The entire family was In the p Order
their! unfinished home on Paradise Point on Laic* Geneva hoot talking to the contractor wh.n the tr.. hit, but .''1
A different and pleasing flavor off SR.21 near Keystan Heights. Th. Kerry family nobody was hurt. ,',".

can be obtained by e & 221 West In The Y .
squeezing lime juice on a Hwy. 18 : :;
A Florida melon is nn excellent -
melon or .....,
papaya.
of Vitamins A and
source HAMPTON FLA.
C.The calorie count is. low. ,
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Create a Favorite Recipe| with DAYS
Cotton Futures Florida nectarines can be OPEN 7 A WEEK

Canned Boned Chicken used like 'peaches and shouldbe '
stored in the refrigerator. PHONE 468-1119
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Look BrightIn The Florida. nectarines are All Your Produce Needs

an excellent source of Vitamin .
Menswear A and a good source of
t r s'' I Vitamin C. ,
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and mulching trouser with -
Cotton fulnrcH in mcnswourntver .
looktcl. brighter virtuallyippLd pock* ts \f
This was pninUd up recently Cotton denim will fuihntd de ". !,
in u Hpl'clal! hhowmu. / in Ions I prominently ii.> suits und Jack- ., ..
ton ut thu iiiivcnlifin. .of MttisWctir else Sulitlu colors und touches. k a
Ht l.iilcrs of AIIK'ricn und of quilting on yokes and pock n lppliraiil: iii iiay -
I the M 'II'II .'U IIIOIi AKSCICUIIIOM ets gave( it lush new look to
( A collection ol .11:\ omplito lriulition.il/ ; denims. us will us
outfits, all in Lotion. wtis t.speiiiillv brushed! versions Out tusiuil IliijK -
triuUil. fur Hit iKtusiun suit of brushed flenim in. ; ,. siiijpij / a
woisl until, battle
by New Yoi k lit'SIHIH'r Jon eluded n -
Jolcin It viis ,presented l h\ jacket flan sl.icks with cuffs. ,
und mate'liinu (It'nim boots
Coition Inciiiponitcd' to show /
how will cotlon iKl.ipts'! to An cur of casual 1 elegance paincome
C'VI ry iiiltuory or l nxnswfhr. was eonvev'l'c1ln ul shaped two ....
from clamant VIIIIIIH! j.ickils button jacket: ut plush cotton :- .:"
o to rugged, boom! ve'Ivc-t. Dlal11oncl-l, tltd\llIJ( cm tax returiis.You _.'...
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Cotton versatility wits micUrxcoud the jacket body gave u rich
SHIRT TALE.-The: surprise e'lfiLl while vnidoth
time und again us loaned t.
ure all in the back of this man- I need lapels and packets uddcd
retailers saw outfits in denim
.
loving cotton khakI shirt >
pure .
velvet poplin. nin\Hi inrrliii (outlast" / 1 1 '
with its hl h-Iow effect and raytcrry. und B.dlordcurd. The collection wall clear ,!,:.".. 1/,
kinK-si/e buttoned loop detail Ono, ol. the surprise uses of proof t that cotton lush lOllS nre ; "
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ut batk side vents reveal \rt ,t. 1
Open the in with ,
cotton was in ski wt-nr Cotton on move menswejir. .....
the slightly longer back shirt- \
,Mah'l'li with u w..t. 'I'-rl'l.lh'lIt u bright new outlook for the Ao'" '.'t
tall of the futuristic
'
style by ;
finish Kh.ipcd quilted ski 70s. :
Jon Jolcin. it f1 1'ttq '
jacket: with hinh-iKo collar .
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Everyone has their favorite rctlpes. These special recipes are ; .;,:-
durable versatile, ; they turn out right every time.. : '
Well, here's a new favorite Golden hitk.'ii: 1luaicuttL'lids: sec, when it comes to income..taxes,. .. ,'J..}' h
Yoa're Invited To Our delicious cumliinatn of hei'Hc-Btutfoil. manicotti mnotliered,I amateurs should, !,. dcpendbnl. 'II & II Block -'. x t. _
., ,a7ailb'f'iD' ",+,.. 'M'f .tt_4M
hidcen| and III lit""irooin-VrtUi' ,"i'x! ..uru ID! bring! eompliuteafi! ,. It of "" ..
,- ._ ... .QflgaJi''. a 74. 110 from family ami fru-iidn. We'll sit you,down over u free cup r- | I .'j I ';.
After you'\e Ktull'til the rrmniiotti with a romlifnation of'cottuffu coffee and show you dome things *:.f, \ '. }. i/, !.:..
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and 1'ariiieniiM <'heii with cum of Honed! Chh'k'n.illlfll: rut it U'| ,wad. add' to another never have known existed. For ex- 'jl .r" \ ....:. : .... Y. S.?:
timeiuvvr! lonilunnsfd (Golden Mushroom SOUl""ilh a touch of """;". .<1"
i basil, the sauce U compktu.. I'our over! thu munil'otLl.untl. bake.,I ample do you know nil about deduce \ "" ,.t. ':
MANICOTTI lions for child rare. or casualty losses? 'tIr-Jd' ;., -- .:::
GOLDEN CHICKEN '
( 'RlND .., And maybe aren't aware thof. !. ,.,)'..Mo
/ you
rA
8 manirotti macaroni (about 2 cans (IU')'s ounces t ) DON'T LET AN AMATEUR DO .
r. .
last } .w
1 I.. ,ptlUllll) 'uml'hdt" Condensed' I if your income increased year, .
:J! cups ( HI(I uunrex. ) dry Gulden: :.Mui-hri>om Soup/ vou may l he able to save tax dollars HR BLOCK'S JOB. ;;.:::

_. .. ,, cottage eheeae ''j cup water Icy "income averaging." .?:: .
i a .wnt a. e s. 1 egg, sliirhtlv beaten :2! ran ((5 I) ounces each) '
''i irratt'il" I'ainie'i'iii Swanson Boned Chicken! or Well when it comes to income :
cup'h'I'II" I'uikt \', rut up taxes, II & R Block is aware of just <'w:; .
U cup| chopped uniuiitiliipoon :'I slices (ulx.>ut :Jl ounce) about everything.II H&R 81 OC k ....
tt basil (knve'i. 1'\.1..1., cheese; rt .
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in half & R Block's fees start at 85 !
crushed cut ;-
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( :PBNIHG :2! tuhlespootes maiir.mm- putter or' and 812.50 the for average over 7 cost million was families under The income lax people.I :: .

Cook manicotti until tender; drain. Combine cottage cheese, egg, we served last year.
and Parmesan; Oil manicotti. Arrange manicotti in shallow
baking* dish ((12x8x2") ). In saucepan cook onion with basil in OPEN 9 P.M. THRU SAT.
butter until tender. Stir in soup water: and chicken. Pour over APONE 64.8 86N 118 N. WALNUT ST.
for 35 minutex. with Provolone.
manicotti. Bake at J6UT. Top '
SATURDAY, APRIL 1st a Bake until cheese nulls.flukes. n servings. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

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,,4 rl County Extension Supplies, Teller,
4F i Borne Economics Attend ment.
graph, Inc.
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1,

+, ? FONDUE Recipes FUN for fondue\: dishes are the cord, allow the pot to cool tied about 5 minutes, stirring
burgeoning. remove the temperature control occasionally. Reduce heat to low
This type of tabletop cooking If possible and then clean boat setting for dunking:
In which most preparation and the base with a sudsy sponge. Meanwhile toes apples In as- AIICINATINCI
cleanup can be done head, With other types of fondue pots, eroble acid and mixture for tttV
allows the hostess to spend be sure to empty and wipe) fuel fruit as label directs to pre s /
more time with her guests and containers carefully. Metal vent discoloration. Arrange
polish may be used to restore fruit and bread In bowls. Let
e yet provide a delectable meal, brightness to copper aluminum guests use fondue forks to dip
5) b., ,, cocktail accompaniment or and silver.PEANUTBUTTER. fruit and bread Into sauce.Provide -
Joy : :: dessert. dessert forks and plates.
There are several types; of FONDUE Makes about 10 snack servings.
One 12-ounce Jar chunky; pea
fondue pots -- some suitable e e
only for dips and dessert sauces nut butter a 1/2 cups), 1 513OWlce
Florida grapefruit are be-
milk, 1
while others can be used can evaporated
for everything Including hot oilcooking. cup packed light brown sugar. tween-meals snacks..
t try 1/4 butter or margarine, e
y. ; S s cup
? I Each unit Includes a 1/8 teaspoon salt 2 large apples In storing Florida grapefruit
!5 I s pot. stand and burner for cooking
ascorbic
i cut in wedges avoid extreme tem.
I tieeplng. the mixture hov acid mixture for fruit, 1/2 loaf peratures.
3 4 There are three baste types French or Italian bread, cut e e
I metal cooker, ceramic pots and
into bit-size pieces. .
Pink grapefruit from Florida
-- dessert pots -- the latter being About 30 minutes before

.J'GP.. Bole-man's.. plan was Mown accrotm the KH got the some treatment. A new Super Skymaster costing heat small source with candle Metal used is the as most the servtlng; In electric fondue contains* extra* e Vitamin A.

airport parking lot and flipped ever Tuesday. by he vy $25.000 and tied down with chain broke loot and was versatile and best suited for hot pot heat using peanut medium butter,heat evaporated setting An excellent diet roughageis

wind Th. Piper Cub In ilia doorway of th* old hanger totaled. oil cooking. Some are plain and milk light-brown sugar but- Florida lettuce. It has a low
others have bright-colored ter or margarine and salt together calorie count and is rich in
e ePspayq mel finishes. Ceramic, Pottery until hot and well blen- Vitamin A and iron.
or earthenware pots are at-
Is an excellent Florida carrot sticks are excellent decorated and adequate -
source snacks.Florida for cheese and other Okra'n Beef Dinner LVAREZ
This l low. -taloned fruit ii delicious -
when served with a lemon. will perk up sauce-type; fondues. HIRE: IS A WBALE:
of lemon. the flavor of Florida Okra. Alcohol and canned cooking 1 pound ground beef skillet. Add onion;cook until Or A FACT
wedge fuel are the most common cooking 1 cup onion; chopped tender but not brown. Add Some fishermen have been
heat sources and most burners fresh Florida tomatoes and tomato heard to describe the "one that
---- Tax 3 1/2/ cups sauce;
"Experts"FPR.Jacksonville provide some means of got away" as being as big as a
remaining
tomatoes, chopped bring to a boil. Add
of heat
regulating the amount whale. This Is. stretching the
15 at. can tomato sauce ingredients, except okra.
released. Manufacturer's Instructions
point than Just little bit.
more a
uncooked rice Cover and simmer 20 min
for safe use of these 1/2 cup Most full-grown whales weigh
634.'T01.771TT1 fuels should be followed care 2 teaspoons salt utes. from 25 tons to more than 135
( The IRS is particularly fully. 1/4/ teaspoon pepper Stir okra into beef mixture. tons depending on the species.
The Internal Revenue Service concerned with opportunistswho An electric fondue pot takes Few drop.Tabatco sauce Cover and simmer until rice is Whales have been known to
started an energetic program to use false or misleading much of the guesswork out of 3 cups fresh Florida okra, done, 20 to 25 minutes, stirring reach lengths of more than 90
monitor tax preparing advertisers to attract cooking fondue to perfection dicedLightly\ occasionally. Make. 8 .
businesses In the Southeast,and customers. Such preparers and keeping it at the right servings. foot.Now., that would be a "whale
some prosecutions are expectedfrom often alter the number of temperature for dipping.Thermostatic brown beef In large of a fish" if a whale were reallya
the filing of fraudulent tax dependents or deductions to controls non-stick fish, but whales are not fish.
MUMS ,BUD AND BLOOM $2.7.7 returns. illegally decrease the tax surfaces also mean easier Disabled Vets Can Get Funds They are mammal who are capable
liability. They sometimes alter cleanups -- though a brown of living In the water
IRS Special Agents will the addresses on tax returns, so crust may form at the bottom Whales physically resemble fish,
conduct tests to determine how and sides. This Is a desirable For Special Car EquipmentMany
Save On Bulbs the refunds go to themselves but there the resemblance ends
Spring tax complete personal -
preparers Instead of the taxpayers.Mr. taste treat. because whales are true warm-
tax returns A.J. Before using a pot the first
O'Donnell said that some .loodcd mammals.
CALADIUM-- O'Donnell Jr.,District Director civil and criminal prosecutionshave time, and occasionally thereafter severely disabled world devices heeded on replacement WP offer you the finest In
---29 Internal Revenue Service for already been made cooking surfaces shouldbe War D Veterans are not taking cars purchased In the past." "',',ire and that's no "fish tale."
the state of Florida reported. "seasoned"by rubbing lightly advantage of a law that provides) Those who have previously and the
In SM" by loday sample
Gi'DIOiUSeach f against a few tax preparers with cooking oil or shortening funds for the purchase, repair, received grants, whether the
6 "This does not mean that believe courteous friendly atmospherein
and "We
the Southeast amount was $1,600 or $2,800.
For regular cleaning,allow special)adaptive -
tax we visit is or replacement our place of business' It is
preparer number of others
every there are a then cannot receive a seond purchase -
first
cool ,
the to their auto-
pot for
suspected of preparing false started suchbusinesses" equipment VA our pledge to serve you in a
DAHLIASh49# who have thoroughly wash the Inside and mobiles grant, the explained.But
returns" Mr. O'Donnell said. businesslike but warm, atmos
I they can receive payment
out with hot suds and rinses. Under Public Law 91-668. the
"We will learn more about the The IRS official said, "We If the interior is Teflon do not Veterans Administration Is for a cost of Installation of phere. ,
and the
ANNUAlSVEGETABLE methods they are using, urge every taxpayer to use an abrasive cleaner since authorized to grant money toward adaptive devices purchased
program will help us detect and carefully select his tax advisor this may scratch the finish. purchase of an automobile since Jan. 1. 1971.
identify violators". who Is It Is believed that vet-
and avoid 'anyone for veterans who suffered many
piece
the
to soak
It Is better
He stressed that the vast charlatan. And, erans are not aware that they
thought to be a if necessary in hot sudsy wa the loss of-- or the loss ofuae
majority 01.the tax practitioners 'remember that you are legally both hands, both are eligible for the special
and ter. Then scrub with a plastic of-- one or I irARar.notion
operate legitimate responsible for your own return, feet or both eyes in tile military equipment addition to their
PLANtS ethical businesses and this even though someone else may sponge The heating base and temperature service. The new law raises cars.
program is concerned it for Make sure Grant from Interested veterans are urged
prepare you. section of an electri- the VA Auto
TRAY --.47 primarily with those preparerswho that accurate information to contact their local Service U.S. 301 NORTH
only cal unit should not be Immersed $1,600 to$2,800 and also authorizes -
cheat their Officer, or the VA office, Box PHONE
knowingly 964.7500e
and
the return,
appears on in water Rather, unplug : VA to pay for adaptive
customers and the Federal never sign a blank return. 1437 St. Petersburg

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Dress 'Up Your Entrance For 'tax falsify preparers'who the Federal deliberately tax returnsof state IRS, comprised Southeastern of the region states of of Are You Interested In Dance Lessons For !I

their clients, and those who Alabama, Florida, Georgia I
fraudelently steal part of all of Mississippi, North Carolina I II
I '! "' i.1 taster I the tax refund of their clients South Carolina and Tennessee. Your Children ?
1fI': 1 Mr. O'Donnell noted. i I

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,, outdoor eating is great-picnics -
t1 at the beach, barbecues;
in the backyard, or dinner or
the I porch. But refreshing as i Northwest Florida I
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often when preparing food is

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fURNITURE. or lid. that leaks, has a rancid 4'a
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\i Tornado-Like Winds Cause Damage


Winners.
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.. damages set at ,,-000. Owner Bradford and. Clay Cmttfei,
(From Pege 1)) ., from
sure from high winds and tell Damage was; eat at $i.- because other resttwrtsWi
(from Pag |1)) rea. wait Tuesday of Woo Joe MobteW Jacksonville, uaesme Many, tin
,across the muter bedroom a- 000.
traDer as a weekend retreat roars and had trees blown dew .
decided to work
Ise Hall. The building'was laid .... Howard Karr' his -Fran Walker was at work ness but 10 SO and was not In It at the That sort or damage wa*wide,
student;did a comparative.- the family were In talk In Galoetvaie when her trailer anyway* am. spread In a ,path running east
011 8I'OUDII. ;-A- mobile home near the !
lysis on tetracycllns and tooth -Winds bit a two story' build tat to Contractor Ray Brumbaugh In Lacusee's Trailer Park... lk Geneva -Clay Electric reported along SIMS men Jumunr to
count boat ramp oa .
pigmentation.Greg the Bodney when the tree hit. tumbled onto its tap Damag to Its lines In the KH area.
ing 12 by! 10 feet, at neat was also turned over with $4,000 damage
Gay project comparedthe ) Hall name on SB-18" and bad Just left the was set at M.WO. Miss Walk-. x:'.
result of eatpcna dosages toppled) It o,.r. The building I'
on body weight respiration flew toward Hall's home, picking --------
and bone and heart growth up a parked camper in Its
In chicken Gay; Is a senior path and the debris and camper -.
taking courses In both physics smashed through a B by: 8
and experimental; statistics. He not sliding glass door In the
U also In an advanced science home, going halfway' Into the Join TheCarrier' COlnfottPara'de
research class at BUS. des The roof of Hall's home '
Jimmy; Andrews 12, did an was about lifted from the bouse.
extended analysis and Investigation No estimate. of damages had I
into the physlcologlcal: been made at press time.
consequences of DDT on the
backbone of mice. Miss America. ef, -A metal utility house was h I
Linda Powell a seniorchem- 1972 Laurie L.a Schaefer demolished and a washer and
istry and advanced science research will Wed dryer damaged at the Plen G-
appear
student studied the behavior nann home I
modification on children nvsday at the county -A utility house was destroyed
In their natural environment at the James Davis home.
Stephen Hall's project dealt "It was all you could do Justto
with the effects of rhythmic fair.Fair stand up." Mrs. Sullivan
sounds on plant growth. ToOpen.
Junior chemistry student Clay County major damagewas I '
Steve Futch studied the oxygen at the Keystone Height's
consumption In metabolism of Airport at Paradise Point on
vascular plants. Lake Geneva, at Lap....'.
Senior biology and chemistry on Lake Geneva and at a mo-
student Paula Young stud cellent entertainment, accord- bile home site near the county
ied the opinions of the
youthin boat Lake Geneva.
on
Ing to Fair Manager John My- ramp
Bradford:! County
Freshman Diana Yawn stud- ers.Saturday The new hangar at the KH
led the effects of artificial light April 8, final day airport sustained about$10.000damqe ,
of will the
the annual
fair see
on plants to earn herself the when Its three huge ban-
m horse frolics the
staged by
trip to Winter Park next week. gar doors were buckled and
Bradford Club
Roping beginning
twisted. Winds also buckled:
at 5
p.m. sheet metal and bent
A of the the some w
highlight fair beams In back of the hangar.
annual Strawberry Queen Beau- The old hangar, which everybody I
Is set at 8
tar Pageant p.m.
thought would be blown
Saturday In the show .
Baldwin. arena.It Is still standing.
doWn
Is the StarkeJlUllor
sponsored by
Three aircraft tied down on
(From Page I 1)) the Starke Woman's Jaycees.Club and by the parking area In front of 1 -I
the hangars broke loose from
law Ume basis. Fair memberships are on sale
Ing on a P8 their moorings and sustained
Yawn said this would at the Chamber of Commerce
Judge serious Two were N
make It difficult to obtain lawyers office for$2, good for the entire flipped the ir.tops by high I i
fair. Children's ride tickets '
as county Judge in small winds. Damage totaled about

for counties this,office since: the In these salary counties paid- office are being for 20 sold cents In the each.Chamber These $32,000,ones.according to CD DIrector Total Central ReatI.. And Air C...i. ,

Is not large enough to ride tickets are good all tour new
One plane a Super Sky.
warrant lawyers giving up their days of the fair and will be master owned by William WhI- INCLUDES '
UP
honored In 1973 U not used TO OUTLETS 1 RETURN 89,000 BTU!! $
to become county Jud-
practice cheilo of Gulliver. Michigan
ges. this ;year. was totally destroyed. Thelane's FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 125 0
The fair at noon each .
According to the amendment opens value was set at$ 5- I I
Judges In counties under 40.000 day except Wednesday when COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX '
000.A
population do not have to be gates open at 10 a.m. Gates small Cessna, owned by
lawyers, and Judge Yawn said close each day at 11,p.m. C. F.Bateman of Hampton Lake
this might result In unqualified Smottey SayttKerf was skidded across the concrete -
men holding the office of coun- parking area and flipped
ty Judge unless the legislature onto its top.. Damage was estimated Off
Add Air CendiftlenSnffl To Your
raised the salary for the at 5000. A Piper Cub On-2 Tens System
office In small counties. NOTCiyFs,,. owned by Gil GalbaUUn. Palat- ,
If the salary Is not raised ka, was blown Into the doorway -
Yawn said he does not intendto of the old hangar and flipped
run for re-election a* coun- FCR onto Its top. Damage was estimated y
ty Judge, and will run for one r7 at$ .000. INSTALLED
;
of the tnree new circuit Judge A second .per Cub owned
>posts being created In Oils cir I IDSA by Carl Haggiand, Melrose,
cuit. sustained slight damage to Its

wings.Property damage In the KH For As Little Asp
area at the four major damage
sites, Is estimated at $13.000. 1
1 -A house under construction F
at Paradise Point on Lake Geneva
was damaged when a huge
pine tree. broke, off under presTYPEWRITERS -
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TAe Sweetest Slrautxrrltt ThU SU of Meaoen


Vol. 93 No. 35 Thursday, March 30, 1972 2nd Section, fCason Hurls No-Hitte


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Roberts Paces Bats Union To 1-0 Win





Richard Cason

hurled a no-hitter at

BHS GolfersTo Baker High Saturday

night and drove in

the winning run to


hand the Union High .- ,.__ _
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Tiger. a 1-0 win in

3rd PlaceIn Maoolenny.Lake r _


Butler's winning run tr.
came on Cason's tingle to J.
right field In the tint Inn-

Fla. Star Ing to drive In .Dais Green
from third base. r.. rte'
Cason has hurled hut out {

ball for IS Innings. His previous
start was. a two-hitter i:4

against Branford. The Tiger :
powerhouse also is the team's
Richard Roberts fired a 37 ball real well but he had trouble finished second."The'match leading hitter with a .500 aver- ; (i"s
and a 38 for a total of three- putting. He could have been .
over par 75 Friday to help went pretty; well Fred s
Simians had three hits
right on there with Roberts.
Bradford place third In the up as expected with Clay and
Florida Star golf championship Both Watts and Gaines could: Orange Park on top. Most people In the game- triple. and a
at the Reynolds Park Golf have done a couple of strokes did expect It to be a little double.
Course In Green Cove better so we could have easily closer: than it was. Dale Green had the only run 1Y nn
Springs. kr
for Lake Butler, but Green q ryiM: ,
never got a hit.
Fourteen-year-old Chuck "Rlchard Cason pitched Ms
Waters shot a par 72 In pacIng : best game ever" says Coach
host Clay High to a first 1 Paul Wright. Cason has faced Pitcher Randy MeCevem caught o.Jacket red handed but missed this/ chance.
place finish with a team score 23 batters and only let two get
of 304. Orange Park was a to second.: He walked only three
distant second at 320 while players while striking out 10.
the Tornadoes were 23 strokesoff "It was Cason's ball game
the at 327 for third Everybody Bombs
pace all the way with the good support
place. of the rest of the team"

Holies was close behind BHS commented Wright. His curveIs
with a 328 total for fourth place. a big asset to the way he
Palatka South finished fifth witha pitches, added Wright.
344 team total. St. Augustinewas LB had nine different runners BHS BaseballersBolles
sixth at 364, Fernandina on bases but they did!
Beach seventh at 379 and Live not come: at the right time to
Oak eighth at 391. score.

Waters, a freshman, was the Dale Green was to be the shut out Bradford 3-0 tered hits In the game and produced Ing us." McLeod says.Larry for us overall McLeod said.
starting pitcher for LB but to two "He can't the ball
low medalist Scott Foster of Friday night to hand BHS base- runs.ORANGE Brown started off Just throw
he hurt his wrist stealing
Clay tied for second low at 74 base In the first inning.second bailer's fourth straight/ loss of for BBS and lasted three Inn hard enough. In a couple oJ
with Orange Park's David Og- the season and from then on PARK GAME ings 5 years he's going to be tough."
Kerwin Clyatt had two hits giving up runs on four .
Monday
: this week the Tornadoes night was much a
lesby and I Kirby Slemmons. for Union's total of eight hits to go downhill, being continued repeat of Saturday afternoon hits and two walks. Botheredby Chuck Hlghhouse was the winning -
for the Raiders
Roberta shot his best round for the night massacred by the Orange Park as former Bradford Coach Jim a sore hIP Brown was taken pitcher ,
5.2 In conference
of the season to place fifth Lake Butler's baseballers Raiders 16-7 Monday night and Garlington brought his Orango out after he hit two bat- now eight hits.Bradford's. givingup
overall, three strokes off the rolled 17-2 over Daytona Lopes being bombed 19-2 by St. Augustine Park club: to town and promptly ters. .
only bright
pace. The BHS senlortias been ., Friday night In Daytona In five Innings Satur- handed the Tornadoes their Freshman Donnie Wise came the of spots
averaging 41. Lake Butler Jumped ahead day afternoon. sixth loss, 167.OI'1l1'lP on for the Tornadoes In the was hitting Joey and
6-0 In the first ir: ilng when It was the sixth straight loss Park had a field day top of the fourth and gave up Ricky Bennett.
y Danny McKinney shot an 83 Faron Dukes walked Richard. of the season for :aIlS Tuesday sending 41 batters to the plateto 10. hits .while .striking, .out,5. Joey collected three hits In
three times at bat. He had been
for' 'the' Tornadoes.. Cason hit a double scoring ,
Terry 16 four.
night as they fell 16-7 to score runs on 14 hits. 'Wise *
*Galnes finished the day' with Dukes for the first.run of the Orange Park. The Tornadoesnow "Our pttchiwr) Is what' Idll- did.p eta good Job In hits a In alump'with'24 times at bat.only three
an 84 total while Ed Watts game.
stand 1-8 for the
year ,.. Ricky Bennett collected two
finished out.Bradford's four- Fred Sirmane tripled to bring '-
with their only win of the sea
hits In three times at bat and
man team with an 85. In Cason and Dale Green tor
son coming: / at the expense of
scored two runs. McLeod calls
another two runs for LB. Then
"Roberts really did a great r Terry Hamilton knocked In Sir- Clay High. Saturday the Tornadoes Ricky his most consistent hit
will go after two In a
job for us, said Bradford ter.
mans on a single hit.
Coach Jerry Reese. "He real- In the second Inning LB hit row as the Blue Devils will (. "If we play a good game
ly surprised us. In the past two home runs with Plchard travel to Starke for a rematch. I I we Just might get a chanceto
couple of matches he had fallen Cason hitting 400 feet bringing Game time Is 7:30. make It number two," Coach
In Bolles' 3-0 shutout of the
Into a real slump."Mcinney McLeod says.
In two runs. John Woodleyalso Tornadoes Friday night ace
m. hit a home run for LB
Julian Ditto was the winning
was hitting the
In the same Inning. pitcher, giving up only two hits BranfordGoes
? Kerwln Clyatt tripled on a and walking one. Larry Brown
1 wild pitch from Daytona's pit took the loss for Bradford,giving -

cher. up five hits, while walking
Big Red Daytona Lopez held LB downto three and hitting one batter 96-36
1ti six runs In the remainderof "I really didn't think they
the game to make the final would pitch Ditto against us,
score 172.Richard Bradford Coach Wayne McLeod
GolfersTopSA Cason led Lake Butler's said. "He Is supposed to be Over KHThinclads

scoring four runs and I the best pitcher In the confer
getting two hits, one a home ence. He can really burn It
l run In the second Inning. In there.
Fred Slrmans, Faron Dukes, "1 thought
Jrid we played a pretty -
and Dale Green each scored
good game. They Just shutus
three In runs for Lake But- out. The score should have :Branford romped 96-36 over

i Beating St. Augustine 16 x1 ler.Jimmy been 1-0. We made two er- the Keystone High thinclads Sat-
strokes In the wind and rain Farrell and Joseph rors." % urday In Branford.

In the old city: gives Bradford Restaccla were the only scorers Bolles started thing off quick Keystone's Uanny Babb took

High golfers 8-5 for the season for Daytona Lopez. Both Friday night picking up their second place In the high hurdles -
to date Tuesday afternoon. had one point each. first run in the top of the first down
Jumping) the trackIn
Daytona had four hits but
Inning. Center elder Steve Po-
Danny McKinney was low man --- 7' only managed to get two runs. soy singled with two out. Af- did 16.8 In seconds.19.5 seconds Dale to White place
of the match for BUS with a Lake Butler had 11 hits while ter stealing second tie scoredon thl Itt
four over par 40. McKinney getting numerous walks fromDaytona' a single by Dirk Nelson.
Listen PIckren ran the 100
birdied the par-5 number 7 pitcher, Paul Per- In the third Inning the Bulldogs yard dash in 10.5 seconds to
hole. ,He also made three bo. rUlo. padded their lead with trG .. In second
glee and double bugled num- Friday, Lake Butler's base two more runs. Mike Brady led come for KHS.
ber three, 348 yarda long with bailers travel to Cross City off with a walk and then stole Jimmy Ricks flys ever the bar fa jump six foot far KHS took first and second:
water near It tL.t to play at 4 p.m. and then second. Ditto then popped up the first time In e meet. place In the mile run. Tommy
stay home Tuesday to play a- to third base and got on first Erb ran the distance In 5.17
Terry Gaines went a point galnst Chlefland at 7:30: p.m. with an error on the third minutes for first place followed -
over McKinney when he made baseman. by Steve Byrd.

four bogies compared to Mc- Brady scored on a passed BHS Runners Keystone's Robin Henderson -
t Klnney's three. GaInes also Bradford ball and Ditto later scored on tied with Branford's Jenkins -
double bogied number three. Connie Chasteen puts up mare runs far Belles FrI. a single to cental-field. for second place In the
Calnes' birdie came from the day night. BHS Cheerleaders for the first are add. Larry Brown and I Ricky Ben- 440-yard lash In 56.3 seconds.In : .

par three, number 3 hole. Ing color and charm"o baseball acting as bat year girls. Thin dads nett collected the only bits for BeatLO GC the 180 low buries Danny
the Tornadoes. Brown singledon Babb was the only placer for
Richard Roberts stroked an an Infield hit and Bennett KHS turning in a 22.9 second:
eight over par 42 while Stan AtLee singled to center field. performance.Mark .
Reddish" and Ed Watts both shot GHS Teafowns Eighth Mordente took second
44 strokes Weight Bradford High's thinclads: 880 relay running It In 1:32.9
each. ST. AUGUSTINE GAME took first place In a 3-way minutes with the team being place In the 880-yard run stretching

Bruce Tucker shot a 12 over Saturday the Yellow Jacket Green Cove Springs Tim Crews, Malachi Henry, It out to 2.19 minutes.
par 46 followed by Randy Mar- BHS 4916Gainesville RelaysFour came to Starke to play ball Live Oak Tuesday. night on tide Tim Clark and Levy Len- KHS swept all three placesIn
tin with a 49. Martin Is beginning and thats Just what they did BHS oval. non. Lennon's anchor split was the broad Jump. John Max-
to Improve" commen- bombing Tornado pitchers for BHS tallied 72-1/2 points 21.1 seconds.: field Jumped 17-11 feet to take
ted Big Red Coach Jerry R..... BHS had no placers In the Bradford High School 12 runs In the fifth Inning to while Green Cove was second Vernon Barber placed second first place while Dick Pass-
Martin has come from the low High School track records were set !last hand Bradford its fifth straight with 65 and Live Oak last with In the 440 yard dash in water leaped 17-9 feet for sec
50s to the high 40s. rolled 46-16 over Bradford High 148-165 pound class.In Wednesday at the 29th Annual loss. 53-1/2 points. 52.5 seconds. ond. Kenny Belote Jumped 17.8
last Wednesday In a weightlifting the '165-181 pound class Lee Relays meet In Jacksonville "They Just bombed the stew BUS Thinclads placed eighth Jimmy Andrews took first feet for third place.
St. Augustine's low man was match In Gainesville. Wayne Testone captured first In which Tornado run- out of us," McLeod said. "W. out of 18 schools Saturday at place in the 180-low-hurdles, Robin Henderson took third
Don Dooley who shot an eight "Our lighter boys were our place, lifting 545 pounds. Spann ners placed 8*among 18 ems. made five errors In tile game the Lee Relays while they broke leaping down the track In %1.0 'place for KHS< In the pole vault
over par 42 on Ms home course. weakest point but have worked from BHS snaged second, lifting The 480 yard shuttle hurdle which hurt us but they would- four BUS track relay recordl.TueIdlQ' seconds.: with a leap of 9.8 feet
hard to be one of our strong 540 pounds,while BHS Gray relay record was broken when n't have made much difference In the running events BHS had three placers In discus
the
Wrinkle threw -
Mike
"
"Stan Reddish has also been e.t stated Coach David Hurse. BUS It "
Flynn and Ronnie Hall tied for four runners from ran In the game. Jimmy Andrews came In first the 880 with Donnle Burch taking
113-5 feet for second place
trnprovbrglately, stated Coach "The big boys did a good Job third place, both lifting SIS In 1:05 minutes compared to Randy McGovem started off in the high hurdles being timed first with 2:03 minutes.
for KH.
Reese. against UH3 because they were pounds. the old record of 1:06.8.: on the mound for (the Tornadoesand at 15.0 seconds: while Jimmy Paul Parsons came In third
up against one of the best teamsIn Jimmy Andrews was the fastest went three InnIngs with 2:09.5 minutes the clock. Todd Brannon was the only
In the 181-198 pound class complete Cauley did not place but ran on : '
BHS golfers travel to Green the state" added Hurse. In the group> when he ran before being taken out In placer In tile> high Jump for
Cove Friday for their lastmeet Brad Carter took.third place, leg In 14.3 seconds: Mark the fourth. McGovern It in 18.2. BHS took first place In the KH, taking third by leaping
Stuart Strickland took first was The 100 yard dash was almost
with the
of the year ami are expecting the only In this class Patray a 16.6. Jimmy Cau- bombed 10 hits sprint medley relay 5-2. J
place In the 124-132 pound class placer ran for and 7 runs completely dominated by BUS .
team of Anthony Hendrleth.Ma- "We have a lotof work to do,
tough competition from the Blue In 17.8 seconds
: ley did Ms leg In three and half
lifting 395 pounds. GUS took Innings of with Levy Lemon, TIm Clark
Devils.The. from BHS. Carter lifted 653 while Tim Clark did a faster lachi Henry, Sheldon Hodge stated Coach Roy Bay toss."Ifs
second with Witt lifting 365 pounds and was edged 10 pounds seconds. All were addedup play and Vernon Barber placing In and Levy Lemon. Their time oar first year and we are laMgb
four golfers from BUS pounds. Coclop who lifted 665 tor 17.2 to the total time. The in St the Augustine scored two runs the event Lemon placed first was 201.2: seconds. class competition" added
by get first second, and third
to the finish line In
to In the District dashing Tim Clark was the only placer Bayless. The coach also commented -
participate Mike Casklns the IS' BItS In
was only second: place..O Henry was new record put an over Inning then scored one In
10.1 seconds. Clark behindby
tournament McKln : was in the 220, coming: in ttJrItt that "we bad
a so-so
are Danny
BHS placer In the 132-148 In the event
lifting 6SU DOUIVU. all third place the twrhand before McGovern was three tenths at 10.4. Barber .
pound class. GasMns placed BUS placed fourth overall In taken 23.5. work eJUtN..JCe7I" .
second, lifting 425 pounds whileCHS's BHS' Dennis Crawford and the relay while setting IBradfM flf8 ran It in 10.5. BHS placed third la the mile '' next meet will be
say Richard Roberts, Ed Watts Smith lifted 455 to beat GHS' G. Latson tied for third long Jump school record beat- n taming they bombed Mark Hodges was the only relay with a time of 3:35J.: against Baker County; In Keystone
and Terry Galnes. These four him. Coclop came In third for In the 198 and over heavy-weight,, a new doubles ( with a barrage of placer In the one mile relay The team was Tim Crews, Don- 'I' .*;yy. April 4. at 4
and
are the highest division both lifting 565 triples for 12 runs. doing It In 5:03: mlmt ..
average golfers BHS. l lifting 420 pounds. pounds. p.m. and next Thursday, April
10)) Bradford
from the BHS (S.. page collected six scat- (See page 10))
golf team. BUS took first place In the ,6, at Green Cove Springs.

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..,. And ActivittfB From I Bradford Runners 8th In Lee Relays NOTICEChange


The old record was 8:30.0 but our progress, and with-some
THE RECREATION CENTER : Mike McRae and Ed Foquaysuz
I (Frest P.g.9)) the new one I* two tenth of added It all up to come In 12th fine local competition we, wens' Of Owner:
.. a second Caster 3298. turning In a time of 21- able to achieve a few of our
J.". "'ln iI the old one by one foot. For the overall standings BItS place goals for the year" said Coach

The old record, 78-1 feet wa* came In eighth out of 18 school BUS placed 8th In the Sprint George Loper."Especially.
ACTIVITY NIGHT- '. S-tor-3. Coke bad 4 hits, taken over by the new record with 21 points.Jacksonville. Medley Relay. S. Jenkins, Jimmy : outstanding was Dill PowaID Insurance
MARRIED COUPLES with'Jackson Prevail' going two- of 79-1/2 feet The new rec- Raines ran a- Andrews Sheldon Hodge, our Srd place record time In
Remember the meeting.Monday for t o. ord holders are Malachi Hen.ry way with the meet with 99 points, and Tim Crews made up the the hurdle relay with Andrews'
who 20-U feet. doubling Forrest's second placo It In 2-07 min 14.3 second spilt",added Loper. Purchased
; raght April, 3, 7:30 p.m. Jumped Trim team which ran Has Been By
married to In the I8CO ItIlUMo Southern Lennon with 20-3 feel; 44. Palatka South had 35 points utes. BHS had no placer) In the
for all couples org -
anactlYlfyDl.ibUupJrtII} Discount whipped Pollc Department Clark with 19-2 feet, and Tim Wsycross 27, Fletcher25, In die distance medley relay Florida Relays In Gainesville
and table 7-3, even JIIOQ&tI Police Crews with 18-7 feet. Stanton 24, Rlbault 23. BHS came In for ninth place. Friday and Saturday but man- InsuranceMr.
games.We outhIt the winner 54. to turn In Gerald E. Brown
BHS 2L Lee 17. Paw David Williams, Carl Luther. aged some good times.
.hope to organise a softball The Police scored twice In 44.3 second was the old 440 14, Englewood 13 Wolfson- James Chandler and Donnle "Here again we experienced

program using a Is-lnch! the top of the first and Southern relay; record but Malachi Henry 12. White 10. Terry Parker Burch put It together to turn some excellent competition to Brown will service all of Mr. Powells clients'
ball play volleyball. tonUs, Discount tied It up Into Vernon Barber Tim Clark, 10, Jackson 7. Sandle- a 3-53 performance.BHS Improve our efforts." stated .
shuffleboard, Bingo and other bottom of the first ...... and Levy Lennon put together ,wood 7. Orange Park -'.5, came In for nth placeIn Coach Loper. Mr. Powell appreciates the business given him ins" ,

activities. If you are Interested ruDe plated two more to beat ,,the old mark by one and Bishop Kenny 4. the* two mile relay turning Jimmy Andrews ran the 110 the past and hopes you will continue to deal with Mr.

In participating please attend second to lead tenth of a second 44J. Other placing In the meet In a time of 921. Joe Gordon, hurdle In 14.5 seconds In the Brown he feels he will render the finest service '
Police tallied In as
the meeting so we can 42. a single The one mile relay record that did not break any record James Chandler James Cau- trial and In the semi finals.
hear your Ideas. Monday, yprll the third trail 4-3. was also broken by Denude are: In the 440 Weight men ley ,and Hunslnger made up The time was not good enoughto available.Mr. .
3.JUNIOR. In the bottom of the 5th, Burch Andrews BHS In seventh business will continueat
Jimmy Levy Relay came the foursome. go on to the finals. Powell's real estate
Southern utilized three
consecutive Lennon, and Vernon Barber. doing the dash In 51-8 seconds. Richard Fill Carl Luther. Levy Lennon and Tim Clark
base hits and his location.
BOYS SOFTBALL an er The team consisted of Leroy and Tim Clark same
Malachi
Henry both Jumped over 19 feet In the
three time anda will be
REGISTRATION ror 7-3 to score Davis Curtis White. Terry placed tenth In the 880 relay long Jump. They did not makeIt The phone number for both businessess
Registration for this program victory. Hayes, and Faaelon McClellan. with time of 136.
and Greg Wat- BUS Runners a to the finals either."It 964-6464
Dinky Kllby
Is now open a meet- "The meet served tea a won
was a great experiencefor
Ing will be held April 17 to bins pitched for Police while In the tour mile Team Relay
derful to further
Wade Winkler and Roger Mlt- Mark Hodges Larry raw-son. opportunity everyone on the track team.
organize the league. Beat LO 'GC ,
.
.el hurled for Discount Bill ,
Lundy led Discount> going two-
BANTAM PRE-SEASON for-three while Mike Kitchen nle Burch, Jimmy Andrew.,

GAMES SHOW TIE had two doubles for the los- and Vernon Barber.
Jimmy Ricks went six feet
AND A WIN
ers.Schedule for March In the air over the bar to
FOR SOUTHERN DISCOUNTThe Friday
win In the high Jump for the
Bantam Boys Baseball 31 Pre-Seasont: S:30l...Police
first time at a meet. Mala-
vs Coke 5 So. Disc vs
Program opened ttiepre-season ; p.m.
chi Henry placed fourth leaping

schedule last Friday with a BPOE. 5-6 feet. HURRY 30-31
double header.In .
Steve Strickland pole vault
the opening game BPOE ed 11-6 feet to come In sec
ANNUAL DEPARTMENT
and Coca Cola; bitted to-a -DAYS
5-5 tie. BPOE opened the game EASTER EGG HUNT ond.Terry .
Hayes threw the discus 1NE
SATURDAY. APRIL 1 r
with three top of the
a run
111-41, feet to place 4th. ONLY!
first. Coca Cola came back The Startle Parks Recrea-
In the bottom of the Inningto tion Department's Annual Easter Farelon McClellan came In 8OTI1ItAT 1st
score two Urn... In the Egg Hunt' will be held Saturday second throwing the shot put

bottom of the fourth, Coke went April 1,Athletic Field 40-10 feet. In OWI'hLOW Material.
BUS took three places the
Westslde Park .
out In front by the score of
5-3 as they plated three runs. This park Is located west of long Jump. Henry took second
the Vo Tech and Middle feet followed by
BPOE scored twice In the top Lennon GAINESVILLE
Levy who Jumped 20-1.
Schools. Entrance to the parkIs
of the .5th to avoid getting 'p
Tim Clark fled fourth place
whipped. gained from Brownlee Road. All "
Charge
Eddie Akridge and Robert Evans The youngsters will be divided up with Live Oak Jumping 19-

shared pitching duties for Into three separate group to 7 feet Your Purchase cNaC ,
BPOE while Bruce Wolf red was hunt eggs: I 1)Toddlers age 4; Friday the BBS thlnclads go
the lone hurler for Coke.BPOE 2) Age 5, 6,7; 3) Age 8- to the Bob Haves Relays and WESTSB
might have a meet with Orange on
Grade I.
had five hits, led by Jeff Jock-
Park Tuesday.Yawn .

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Theron A.> Yawn veteran ,was trained as an airplane mechanic Start atl'CllIl
Electric
Bradford County announced on the famous B-29 FlyIng Deluxe \ 0 se
; Judge Fortress .951 $uP an eon bluedape: forward, tTicreedal
his Intention last
and
Thursday to become a candi- 1 Yawn was discharged in jan- COlllpare ttUI8T8 I \ garden\orel acee..or /Lanlta

date for one of the additional uary 1947 at the age "of 20 for to"lnlbe\ght.,.... \ I
circuit Judgeships to which the".",.. and came to Starke. He stayedfor _AVE $3 _TOSwag 7.O/ a2-\D.\ rids::1Bver.adluatable I
8th Judicial Circuit le entitled a short time with an uncle. -
as a result of the recent J. H. Moncrlef at that LightSPECTACULAR
amendment of the Judicial article time the superintendent of the
of the Florida Constitution. hosptial at Ralford State Pris E
1c
.
He will run In Group 6 In on.That fall he entered the University a a J
the non-partisan Judicial elec- of Florida. s S ,
I
tion to be held In September; He also married LOa Rae

The circuit Is comprised of Caldwell a girl he met at .It
the counties of Alachua, Baker ? the state farm,. and the couple 10 x 10
Bradford, Gilchrist Levy, and 1 L Ate set up housekeeping In Starke. Y--
Union. In announcing his Intention Awarded his law degree In February 1 Building
Yawn said:: 1961 Yawn sold Insurance ) w Lawn
"The people of Bradford In Starke for a few, months A rl i I

County; have given me 20 years then went Into practice with a a 9 -
of experience on the bench. Lex and Floyd Green before 5. I
During that time I have hand- hanging out his own shingle. A. to* (17.11 Early America rrIMrll 5\09 '
: "*.*"-Tfl '""**" wI1w Mw 13.1
led many types; of cases Including yHuJlr
A22 He then had a wife and two
LWI.A .
Juvenile, guardianship In- > e.s. 9lt 99 ConlMip r ry Rr4 lw n I
children. "Those were some ,
competency probate and administration reds Yw ID" Oa.r' WIA AnINwYlw.Mln M) 1111 Re* ,
pretty; hard years economically C. ant. $1557 l Ml.apr.--swag I
.
"Jurisdiction proceedl over these B" mattes Judge Yawn ," he recall But he wa* .MIw.Ywo.r sw, Ir. .lb A...,lw, ".1.W 10.5 I 'A I
helped In setting up a practice o.
will shift to the Circuit'I by attorneys Hollls Knight, \.J.'l a.w1355, .i/' dl,},Tn.Early' **A..te.a-x.l-air, ""*also""*. .ntllM 1811 ofgsled. alVanized
1973. feel constructed
Court hi January
Ing Service Award by Chapter a. ,. KM.M is
a.
Eyropraa "CryM.I Clu.1
resistance
that my experience In these 5, Florida Council on Crime Frank Landrum. George fatten \. : Ir' .IL, Y' con AalgW M..tl.ln 14 ee sturdy edl g/ for sup
areas particularly: In Juvenile oral Delinquency. and Circuit Judge A. Z.Adklns. .'. awe asn-A 115.55! Anbnud Black(wan H aptds0lnaT with w 6 /llc doors. Easily abaetnwear. -
probate and Incompetency Having maintained private iJJ*, ID"O' ,l4''''D.hblw.N.nY l NI.n. 22.1 teal finished Eandy altding
cases- will be a significant )- his Yawn said he was given encouragement h .. -
law practice to augment 5,1104. M t. /.55nCaa.C.l.Llu"
advantage to the Circuit county Judge Yawn to run for county: -h' lUN...., .. w wInNNH. Nr". L.Y.IDr IM 13 Its weather 6129I.I.yf
salary as ; II
Court and to the people whichIt has gained a wide reputationas Judge that year 0961). but was \. tun. e1L $ylTlow with Wood Trim bled. Save ft.I Builtlln 9 ._ 1
..
serves." an able attorney. His most hesitant because of Ms Inexperience DI.\ II.TN..11".1.a.a,L.l IrI' Wtl. A.IseIW Mw a... IJ811 6169.951 10 x 1Z
Now In his 20thyear Brad- outstanding local case In recent and the fact that he At
ford County Judge! Yawn was years undoubtedly was his was not widely known. On the Comport
elected to the post at the age defense of Bradford County; In basis that he had everythingto
of 25. within 10 months of his 1965 when five timber firms, gain and nothing to lose, .
graduation from the Universityof represented by a Jacksonvillelaw and with the help of Kelly Ty-
Florida School of Law on. firm challenged the tim us and his uncle he enteredthe SAVF :
Feb. 3, 1951.Reserved. ber tax assessment of As race and enjoyed cam- BLACK & DECKER t
and aloof at time., paigning.The .
he has gained a reputation asa 5e/sorCet Long. defeated un. t tVmyl
lawyer
:0.
young
In of testimony Special!
"hard nosed Judge particularly trine days K.
veteran Judge E. Perryman. i
John A.H. !
before Circuit Judge
hi traffic cases when the first 1488
Yawn said he spent
laws are flagrantly violated. Murphree In the old Bradford term of office In a vigorous Asbestos Floor TileREG. 3/8 inchDRILL
"The large loss of life on ,County Courthouse In uptown campaign In applying the law isjvcrLs
our highways," he says, "Is Starke Yawn successfully de- equally against everyone and SLSsSCSsi
to a great extent the fault of fended the county.; Months later fairly At i ?
Murphree upheld Assessor by treating everyone 20c I t.
that have not Judge
courts Impressedthe that time. he said, there was :I sq .
public on the danger of Long' timber assessment .
a considerable amount of lawlessness i
highway travel and of their re- *. The case was appealedto ; '
and he
sponsibilities." He has tried the Florida District Court In the county; Utflity Studs> 5tH 18.
curtail It
felt the to was
many remedies In Bradford's of Appeals' and to the Florida to apply way the law against those SALE (WHILE THEY LAST!) t
'
county; court and says the best Supreme Court with Judge Mur-
for the
who had no respect

way take to away get at their youngsters driver'Is license to phree'each case.decision being upheldIn right Yawn of has others.also served as county 1.- : PRICEDI! B 3C West Infttfor Latex Paint t

temporarily Instead of The case still Is In litigation attorney: for four )''ear.. He Sq. .... Ret. $3.49 Gal.
fining them. Container Corp.
with one Arm has been Instrumental draftIng -
A resident of Saris, Yawn of America owning over 38,000 the county's first ordinance
I. a past president of the Florida acres of land In Bradford County under home rule and draftedthe 2 Gele $4.99
Looks and Is clean aad tor! fcaiily
County Judge's Association each county's first zoning code. neat easy to cad fpatteI'M.
the Rotary Club of Starke and year., appealing Yawn ha the*, successfully ruling The Yawns live on SR-18 Just installed. Choose from the latest decorator colors and 7"RoH& .

the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar argued tor summary Judge west of Starke. They have four Save today at.West! Trey Set /W
Association being the only lawyer -
meow based on Judge, Mur- children: T. A. Yawn m, 22,

to have outside held of that Alachua post County of ease, with Judge ruling Murphree In each still a Carol UF Strauser law student of Gainesville married to; MANY OTHER IN-STORE SPECIALS ,..

Yawn Is a member

the Judge Florida Association Bar the the AmericanBar American- last to hand few, cases.down an Bradford opinion County In the, James studentmajortug Caldwell 21. In another psy BUl.i| >||s0| MAtERfAtS CENTERS ,

chology., f
value stand today where
and the 1'1&' '
Judicature Society, *
; 'they did In 1949 prior to the Two younger children are
tonal Council of Juvenile Court,,.. 'start of the litigation. DUnne, 15, a student at Bradford 3330 North Waldo Road THURS., MAR. 30 T30; S3o; CLOSED
Judoes.la School and Elisabeth. '
High ,
1963 be was the recipient'' Yawn was born 45 year ago 8, who Is a pupU at Start( FRL, MAR. 31 T:30.530: ; EASTER

of the Stark Junior Chamber'" I at a little place called Dell- Elementary SchooL} Gainesville 376-2604 sAT,, APR. 1 soo; 5:00: SUNDAYSATISFACTIONGUARANTEED'.ON
of Commerce Good Government H 'wood In Jackson County; user Yawn's principal; hobby Is
Award. In I9t9 he receivedthe the state line. He was raised flying a career he seriously i
) Good Cltixen Award from there and attended trade end considered before going Into EVERY PURCHASENe.
the Starke-Bradtord County 'high school la Jackson County. ', law. He I Is co-owner of a plans AtA
Chamber of Commerce. fa 1970 At II be enlisted
; Army1Mr and I* known a* a careful pilot
he was presented the Ouatand.1 Innslb.. Corp and
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Harvy Tanner

Etomoted ALL STORES

Gen., Electric By SAVE W,,,, __ WILL BEt

Hmrvy Tamer, a member'ofa ... _____
General Electric llghtli systems __ CLOSEDEASTER
'
team for the past two __
years, has been named manager ___
of Unit W In Shop Open. ILL __ _

: Buslneu tlons In GE's Lighting Department Systems at _____ SUNDAY

I the Hendersonvllle, North Carolina __
I plant. ____ STOCK UP ,NOW !
Tanner U the son of Mr. __
Geneva Tanner Dukes of Starke. : __ -
He 'Is a graduate of Bradford ___
I High School: where be was an _
I outstanding athlete. He earned
\ Ms BS and master's degree In eEEjr
i business from Murray State CTT
University In Kentucky; where _
I .he college made football.All-American In small rye

i Prior to Joining GE fulltlme __ lyt _, y _
Tanner ,worked with the CE
I Battery Plan In Gainesville.
Quantity Rights
I I Fla. as a plate maker. He was
i an electrician night watchman. Reserved
'
'i I and laborer for several other A WINN DIXIC STORKS. 'INC
C
businesses before and during COPYRIGHT t 1072:
Ms college career. He servedIn PRICES GOOD THURS. MARCH 30 THRU WED. APRIL 5
the U.S. Mr Force from Q

1960-1964.Tanner Joined GE fulltlme In l d 499 VEST KADBCH mEEt='STARKE

1969, In the company's Manufacturing C 12c W-D BRAND YOUNG BROAD BREASTED
Management Pro C- }
gram. He worked with the GETransportation
Systems Division 1t /.
0
at Erie for a year, priorto % % ,
accepting a training assignment .
TURKEYS
In Hendersonvllle In
March of 1970. He has been '; ,
serving as a unit foreman on _
the,lighting systems division.He .
will begin his new duties

In 'q GRAD 'A' WITH RIBS

April.BMS 17 LBS. AND UPU.S.D.A.
Turkey Breast. .., lB, 79c
GRADE 'A'.TURKEY WINGS OR GRADE 'A'

Drumsticks . lB.39c QUICK FROZEN

Volleyball intramural champ GRADE! 'A'Turkey
ionships were held last week. LB.
The best team from each Thighs lB, 49C" .(
class of physical education met
to decide the grade championship -
Team 8A won over Team USDA CHOICE
MHO CURED HICKORY
8B."TB beat 7A and 6B won SUPERBRAND FRESH FLORIDA GRADE''A' ALL WHITE

over,Team 6A. SMOKED HAM LEG 0' LAIVLB

Winning team members were
Develyn' Matthews Marion LARGE
Cummlngs. .Debbie Hall Harriet -
I Middleton Ruth Hines, Butt Portion a1.58c SHANK 9
Jo '' Grlffls, Ginger Talcott. ms o* SIRLOIN
Karen Wynn Linda William., Whole Ham ." 59* EGGS USDA CMOICS
and Sandra Covlngton, 8A; Vicki PORTION LAMB CHOPS
Wilkinson, Vicki Holmes, Center,Slices"-98*
Terry Hicks, Martha Adklns, '
Wanda Green, Karen Mathis, ,LB. IS. $159] LB.
Center Roast 88
Sherry Smith, Petra Mendoza, .
\Cassandra Johnson, and Janet. '
Proctor, 7B;andJesstcena Williams USDA CHOICE W-D,BRAND BOTTOM i
Angle Lee, Sylvia Pitt-,
man, Sheila Harris, Wanda R ROAST YOKNAISE l
Chandler 'Joy Williams Polly
Grlffls, Emma Murphy and Pat
Gainey, 6B.Mrs.u Limit 1 Kraft or Deep South Mayonnaise. with $7.50 or more
Carolyn Dyal, PE, \!\' purchase excluding It

teacner*.-,4n said charge that the of the girls Intramural exhibited ',. =..::;n. zc.t, !" /' f,
fine sportsmenshlp, .In 4 ..;p ( 11 ) DEEP SOUTH
their play.Jennifer. 1' 31C MAYONNAISE38C clgar.tte.4' 8' {

LB. DOZEN ::12.JAR... :

Jockel and Liz Scott: ,
eighth grade students, both won
third place ribbons at the regional -
science fair held at SAVE! 33c OCEAN SPRAY CRANBerry SAVE 33c DEL MONTE !PINEApple POLY"SAO FROZEN FRENCH FRY

Lake faculty week.,City are Community very The proud students of Collegelast their and Sauce 4 CANS $1 Juice 4 4 CANS*? $100 Potatoes . 5 L85. 69c

achievement. SAVE lie THRIFTY MAIO CRANBerry SAVE JJe DEI MONTE FRUIT

Sauce 4 CANS 16'01. ESc Cocktail e e e e 4 CANS 1701. $100 Waffles ss, 49c

The first group of Middle DEL MONTE! SAVE 24. DEL MONTE STEWEDTomatoes. fRUH PlIIM HEADS .
School: students went to the 29'01. 16'0', NO HEAD OVER -
l8c
Peaches 3 $100 4 1 Lettuce
ftnlnnftvllle. airport last a e e CANS e CANS e e e e POUND
Thursday' for an airplane ride
DEL MONTE WHOLEGreen SAVE 33c DEL MONTE PHESH VINE RIPECantalopes
The Airlines students plane boarded and stayed a Shawnee in the "" $1 o/1'ES $100 2 $100
Beans 3 5 ;; .'011
air tor about 30 minute curing CANS Catsup: ll . e e
the 30 minutes they new to DEL MONTE '! : PRESTIGE HARVEST FRESH

Starke dle landmarks.(School and saw Including from all the the the familiar air.Mid-All! Green Limas 3 CANS $1 Bread 8 ., 4 l":;'S 99c' Asparagus e LI 39cPAPERUMj

the students thought the trip
was a lot of fun. Mrs. Peggy
Stanwlx-Hayes, math teacher
who took the group plans to VIVA ( ) FISCHER'SHALF
take'other groups of .studentsat I
Reporter later dates.: Dogan Smith. WELS'AiioUYY'? if'ALE or BEER





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The following "Tribute in by T.B. Harttg. This .Is t the tribute written
In Ms native county: In Charl-
.1.WaIrMrI&f1t.
of Hon. Edward .
Memory
Mr. Wainwright served Bradford by Mr. Hartig( 1900.
who moved to ton County; of the same state,
County; In the State Lejtfsviature The late Edward J. Wainwrighi and In Nassau County: Flor
after the
Bradford County !soon of 1880 and ..t. precedent ; long a resident! of ida. His early educational trainIng -
end of the Civil War, appearedIn for Ms eon the late N.D Bradford County; was born In was very meager but he I ;

the April 28. 1800 Issue of Watnwright; Sr., and grandson, Camden County; Georgia,on the made the best of the few opportunities / f
"The Lake Butler Bulletin" N.D. Wainwright Jr., both of nineteenth day, of December.: In that his, time offered. I
an early newspaper of Bradford whom also served In the 1839. V
County; owned and edited House of Representatives. He spent his boyhood days On February 19th 1857. he

married Miss Emma C. Lewis

of Nassau County: Florida and '
Our editorial. e resided there until after %te 1 A 4e; t r

beginning of the Civil War. He
enlisted Into and took an honorable -

,partin the struggle betweenthe ,

Point view k. ;; states, for he was a true
of
I I South.rner.and believed In the

,Justice of her cause.
He took part In many of the

., great battles of the western .r .
army and was severely wounded -
r
In the celebrated chargesat v a '

Chlckamauga. After the II i ryri'n
Relating To The Past close of the terrible conflict,
he returned to his family and

soon afterwards moved to ar .
r Bradford County; Florida .
Tho recent action of the Board color photography, air conditioned which until his death had ever /t I

of County Commissioners In creating homes, deep freezes, power lawn mowers since been his home. .a. ,,J'r'" .r : i II I

a County Historical Commission so self starting outboard motors, Mr. Wainwright for nearly 4' ; : ,, I
forty; years was a consistent
that the old county courthouse may be and hundreds of other modern "con- member of theMlnionaryBaptat .

preserved and used as a museum and veniences" as commonplace. They Church and also stood '' "' .',.

for other community purposes has wouldn't know a hand plow from a well as a Mason, being an honored ,.,..... .., '

laid the foundation for, filling a void turpentine chipper. member Bradford Lodge ,. r fs r $( ..., al ''.k.e, :, '

that now exists In our county.; No. 42. F. & A.M. at Starke. T .T ,' ( /
For them there Is no thrill In and also belonged to the Lake :

That void Is an absence of avail seeing a speedometer roll up to an In Butler all R.A.these Chapter noble No. 19. I
organizations -
able materials to enable our young Indicated mile a minute for It he held the love and esteem -

people to "relate"* to theirscoun. Is perfectly) normal for them to nap of his fellow members by A Lost Art

to the proud heritage of on the back seat while the family car his loftiness of character and

and to understand the debt Is doing a solid 70 down the inter- purity: of purpose.
ty. before In the political circles of The late Jams Horn t by (right) and his ton, Elmer, the prospective County Museum. Anyon. having articles ,
who have state.
they owe to those gone Bradford CountY: during Ms are seen In this old photo demonstrating the use of old of this kind I i. asked to top by the Senior Citizens Boothat

them. They have never ridden In a trol- many years of residence here hand tools, once used In the making of hand h.wn cy. the Bradford County Fair next w..|c and register in a

train-- and he was acknowledged. a press shingles. These are examples of old tools that book that will be there for that purpose.
they
Take the people of high ley car-- or even a ,
young
staunch Democrat and one of the Historical Society would like to have for display in 1
school age today, for example. Manyof have never known the- joy, and unforgettable the party's; sturdy\ leaders. He

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of kindling or firewood. have never a "cane grinding." t the county In the legislature ,

stood In a cold room on a bitter that met In January 1880. f'Honor

winter morning waiting for the fire They have never seen a news- life His was course always In marked this phase by acts of. I America Day'Article .J r------------- ((

in the stove to "catch up". or stand not loaded with so-called"comic whose only source could possibly .
have been sent to an''outdoor well books," lurid tabloids, and slick mag- be of noble inspirationsand ( 2 of a Series) By Bobby L. Taylor

to "draw" a bucket of water. azines dealing with everything from trueness to principles.In than afIY'
Our Bradford County Fair people can eat better
;
DEBATING AND SIGNINGOF final declaration of freedom
pornography to astrology and back. his personal friendships THE DECLARATION created the greatest enthusiasm Is continuing to shape up as one other people in the world for
They cannot remember life with- They have never known the Joy of he was a true friend. The writer that among the people.But that will be as good or better only 16 per cent of our take I

out an electric washing machine and climbing a tree and spending the afternoon knows this by an experience Congress\ spent July 3 readIng Jefferson put Into glowing words than we have had. home pay, and this 16 per cent
"Tom which lasted for over twenty There is a lot of Interestby Includes the high cost of marketing I
clothes dryer, an electric Ice box. with "Huck Finn" or and which will ever and discussing Jefferson'stext the feeling and beliefs expressed -
: years
a gas or oil cook stove and one or Sawyer." They have never known the be cherished in memory as the of the Declaration made by the people of the our young people, especially processing and dis-
tribution.BearSJr.
television sets In the house. thrill of picking a lard can full of one great unselfish continuous some minor changes In the colonies for many years, In 4-H and FFA members, in livestock -
more '
blackberries or huckleberries and having period of an elder friend's life wording, but not In the Ideas the following paragraph of the poultry, rabbits, eggs,
that Jefferson had so eloquently preamble: and other agricultural exhibits.
They have never ridden In a car mother make a "bag pudding" out toe lived younger.Few men have "We bold these truths to be In addition a number of our
ever In our midst who
self starter them topped with "bard sauce." Adams defended that all men are adults will have exhibits
not equipped with a pow of according( to the means placedby John vigorously .self-evident again
er brakes, air conditioning, and no an all-wise Providence Into and explained the text created equal that they are for the first time In. few

doubt a stereo radio. They probablywouldn't their hands, were greater. benefactors during this .discussion which endowed by their Creator with years.. r
Jefferson I understand there will be
Jefferson took no part In. certain unalienable Rights, a
their friends
to and
times when no
believe there were later described Adams that these are Life, big opening,day program about ,,. ,
,
automobiles didn't have glass windows The list could, go on Indefinitely, .one, was ever. truer.Pure 'as "our Colossus on the floor" '" LIbei1r.among; ..-and'the' pursuit 'Of noon on April 5th..,Make your .. 'r'':' '.-.' ..

and It was nece.sary"to stop, and put enumerating the countless small plea, *. as he1 was In Ms thought J- and said. ft, ,' .'-"Ms arguments! w I) Happiness. That' 'to. /secure-plans to be wit-us... we plan, i""'..,"fit year ..*,, 1',:" j
old
up "Islng-glass curtains", when It sures that our young people-- spite true to himself and Ms own" came out with a power; both these rights, Covernements one of the best fairs in; (the,I ) OurVW t the; 1;)tne.vDle, Medical daughter Cen la'In

started to rain. of their many advantagesare missing -' be was equally; firm In what he tof thought and expression, that are Instituted"among Men State of Florida. ter with serious
a kidney disease
,
A conceived to be his duty; to his moved us from our seats. deriving their Just Powers -
today. where of
museum some fellow-beings, and to those he The next day, July 4, the from the Consent of the Gov- ee. and Is on the kidney .
have walked these now obsolete reminders of the Blacking and Malignant Ede- machine. She Is down to 60
Many of them never life-long exemplified the noble .,, document was adopted by unanimous erned. That whenever any
even a short distance to school. past could be collected and preserved principle "to live for others vote of the 12 colonies form of Government becomes ma are two similar diseases pounds from 100 pounds.We .

have never seen a cow>milked. before they all disappear, as they are and not for self alone." He led New( York did not vote), destructive of these Ends, It that can cost our cattlemen a would Uke to get a fund .

or their mother bake homemade rapidly doing now, would be an Invaluable a life of such unselfishness, of but It was signed on that date. Is the right of the People to lot of money. I have had two I started for her If we could as '
reports of losses already this am not able to work. We get
and John Hancock the alter abolish 1C .
their fatherecream source of Information and sue h devotion to humanity; only by president or
bread. or trueness to Ms friends and of Congress. Charles year. only $272 Social Security a
by turning the crank of an old pleasure for our young people, and neighbors that many yea many Thomson secretary, attested The list of charges against Organisms that cause these month and that Is all the Incomewe

wooden freezer. would give them some understandingand Join the writer. In mourning the Hancock's signature. King George are Interesting, diseases can persist In the soil have.
appreciation of to the haste. little for many years Infection We sure would like for her
an era they never loss of one whose IriendlhJbad Due probably historically, but have significance
with which It was printed the to other than comes from contact with soil to get some get well cards as
They look upon Jet planes Instant knew existed. no guile whose life consisted us now,
she is
or vegetation harboring these lonesome In the hospi
of noble thoughts and en- first printing shows many peculiarities reminding us of the grievances
deavors.On of capitalization and the colonies had endured for bacteria. The disease Is not tal. She Is to have a transplant

Sunday morning March punctuation but no one was so many years. These grievances spread by direct contact with some time In May. Her 't
I Another Step Backward 18. he was called away.: He Inclined to be critical By July were listed In detail to diseased cattle. For this reason sister Is giving a kidney. She ..
losses are generally sporadic Is the only I one in the family
leaves the noble wife who for 5 the copies were ready to convince the whole world that
and usually takes Just a that can be used at all.
wal'die be sent to the various colonies the Declaration: was necessaryand :
forty-three *
; :years JIIrtlclpator
and read to all t the clti- few of the best-doing cattle If you would like to send someone -
Just as we think that perhaps the to know Just what the Supreme' Court In Ms useful and Inspiring Justified.
from the of 4 to 18 months. to talk to do
On ages us you may so. I
of the new nation. the Declaration of Independence
iens Finally -
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Court Is toning down Its considers to be ghtlng words.
Supreme : children mourn' the loss of a July 8 the famous "Liberty; Itself; which concludes Control Is possible only We lost our home because we I
seemingly permissive rulings, along Bell" In Philadelphia through Immunization. All cannot make the payment each
father who to them was a father was :rung with that solemn, resolute -
comes one to the effect that the use It Is to his credit that Chief Jus- In deed. Other near relatives to bring the citizens together sentence: : calves should be vaccinated month because the bills were
and lan- tice Warren E. Burger who and proclaim the tong- when about 4 months of age. so great on us. We don't know
of harsh obscene, Insulting opposedthe also feel the loss deeply how
Calves long she
will be In
treated than 4 the
awaited Declaration The celebration "And for the of this younger
In public Is a protected constitutional decision expressed fear that "one and sorely. support .
guage ,
.. months should be ..-vacclnated hospital this time It looks
many of Independence continued Declaration with a firm reliance
Tbe writer Joins the
right. consequence of this holding may be to bereaved sorrowing t the loss all that day and most on the protection of when they reach 8 months like It will be a long time
mislead some citizens to believe that of age. from what the doctor said
of the departed whose characteristics of the night, while throughout devlne Providence, we mutually
The court ruled that Georgia'slaw fighting words of this kind may be are' here only feebly .. the colonies similar celebrations pledge to each other Sunday night.

prohibiting such language was "too uttered free of any legal sanctions." portrayed. His life,. hIIwui. took place wherever It our Lives, our Fortunes, and It has been said! that one of Please see if you can get

vague" and violated the freedom of and Ms efforts left In the was read. ,By the end of Au- our sacred Honor." our most hardy plants Is our some club or anyone to start a

speech of the one who chooses to The Chief Justice also called the character of Ms dear ones that f' gust the news had been cart strawberry. I believe that It's fund for our daughter to help
sled to the farthest cornersof How ANY American read for her bills.
J can will
pay They
the only plant I know that will
decision which marks them all as true
said of the majority of the court
such language. Nothing was
use ;
the COIm 7. that sentence: without a swellIng survive grow and produce put the kidney machine In our
about the constitutional rights of those "bizarre" and "contrary to commonsense men Ward noble women. To Ms On July 19, Congress voted of pride? under the kind of abnormal home but will cost about $90

who do not choose to hear It. ." As one editorial: commentator friends he was an encouragerto that the Declaration should be weather conditions we have had a week to run It.

put It: the Supreme Court now finds noble actions. To him the "fairly: engrossed .on parch- this season. My wife can't work becauseshe
writer. owes more than to any ment..and that the same The strawberry plant has done takes care of our daughter
The decision: suggested that only itself In Incredible position of holdIng -
His advice always
living man. was ,
when engrossed by signed by when she Is home.
well during a winter with
"fighting words" may be prohibitedthat -- It unconstitutional for public prayerto sincere! ; his councils were very member of Congress." Court Won't summer days. It has survived many We sure would thank you for

Is, words that might lead to a be conducted In a public schoolroom those of lie sage; his friendship Sine New York had finally two freezes, and has been almost anything you can do for us.

fight when uttered In the. presenceof but a fIlty-mouthed; "cop bait- has but one source namely voted Its approval on July g, Rule On drowned with too much
the Fountain of Nobility and as Instructed by Its leglsla- In In
another person. er. demonstrating on a public street water February. addition Yours truly
Honor.A .
cannot be prevented from spewing forth verbal wreath Is here laid tare Congress directed that the mild winter has caused insects Mr. and Mrs.Richard R.Town
the document also be changed Hair
But, In the case being appealed whatever vocal' garbage comes to to the memory of Edward J. to show that It was now the Long be,a mites problem and for other mo.taU diseasesto our Stark 226 N. Thompson St.
Fla.
a man was accused of calling a police .mind." Walnwright His life was ofgreat unanimous declaration of all growers. AU of tills, and It

officer "a white s. o. b." and responsibility; but he was the 15.taae. WASHINGTON: (AP) The still looks like most of our P.S. The police have been

saying "I'll choke you to ,death." This is ,the kind of decision that who true to uses Ms men calling.,,to carry The God out" In Philadelphia, on August' Supreme Court Monday rejected growers will still harvest at kind to us. When the hospital very

has the people confused and threatensto His purposes, used this character 2 ed, all around members a State pr.sentg. House\ter-tableto r &to 1 an appeal for a ruling on .least an average crop of good. calls they come over and let ,

If such expressions aren't cal- further undermine the already weakened for noble deeds and the affix their signatures.It the suspension of schoolboyswho Quality; berries. us know and also helped me In
Many folks town will
culated to produce a fight we'd like morals of our nation. history of the life here spokenof Is Interesting to note some wear their hair long. you they know up when we how had and out of the house before we I
a in. You I
ramp put see.
Is of
an exemplification a Liberties
of the names that do NOT appear The American Civil had a good strawberry season cannot walk. I have been In a
beautiful consummation. on the Declaration.George Union had asked the Court to without ever looking at a strawberry wheelchair for 15 We
Peace to Ms ashes everlasting years
honor to Ms ,Illustrious- .hkagtoa'g name Is not act since the lower courts are field. Probably no other live In front of the police 51a,1972 ,
kind there-be was on active duty: divided. The appeal was turned crop has provided the "spurt"In tion.: I
andthankful
name remembrance with the Army at that time.
our local over the
without elaboration andover economy
down
to Ms noble self
many And Patrick Henry's name Is
like the We
sacrificing and unselfish deeds, ,missing too for he' had left the dissent of Justice Wil years strawberry. March 25.
are hoping that marketingseason
The Bradford County and a blessed Inheritance forMs Congress to take up the of. liam 0. Douglas., will be a our lot better than LETTERS
soul Into non-ending Hereafter Robert Livingstone of New 'The Supreme Court has never that all Dear Mr. Matthews:
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED our growing season so
.. when only the noble deeds York though on the committee agreed to hear a case concerning of us will benefit. The men at Florida: State. ,
and Inspiration of the goodly that dratted the Declaration did Prison have formed! a chapter
% school dress codes and Prices for strawberries. to
1S79 f, while on earth may afterwards not sign It because he was resign punishment of students who the grower now are lower than of the Junior Chamber of Com
find their true' it because he was replaced merce.
reward. beforetl2e violate them. The ACLU appeal they were twenty; years ago We will elect all officers
-TtB. Hartig as a delegate this
M.Me.NFLo : while the cost of production
the same reason involved seven students from have tripled the week and apply for our charter. ,

IA E S S Per' freedoaa Christ ha* eetns of John Dickinson UUh. 3ew' )Mexico Colorado period. Just during ton.years ago same It We hope to work with the men
does not and Oklahoma.! of tne Starke Jaycee, Chapterand >
of Pennsylvania
> fr v-(GaLStn. cost about $500 to grow, an
1 T ON %fq .OkiGmE2 appear. Last September the U.S. Circuit acre of berries. The cost now hope that we can participate. .
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of indepen- in some of the community; programs .
Tbe Declaration Court in Denver upheld .Is almost 9LOOO' per acre. .
A37 Cod created u. free. With dence Is made up of lour partet school authorities. The appeals Labor for harvesting has almost In this .....

the power of Cod within us we 0)) the preamble which states coilrt: said complaints based on doubled during the same We appreciate this op-
nortunity to be of such
aria ., activate faith. And this faith the purpose; ((2f a paragraph nothing more than school period. Ten years ago It cost apart

C.t. MATTH2irVEdlter-Pii liilie quickens powerful a than light that which which.is dark-more concerning of governments the purpose, and and why raters of hair length do regulations not the. grower, .. .about 500 to,. 800. an.TA_ outstanding tttemtr. 4f.)A_ VV organization M nt *,.. ** -and-

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SPRING DANCE R. Stefan Hi' Judges
LAWTEY BROOKER in BRIEF SET SATURDAY
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t.r.r r. Moose Lodge 2035 will havea Art Shows In Texas

EBM BlaBehard" VfUttDA CLOCK Spring Dance Saturday, April
!I 1. from 9 til 2 at the StarkeGolf

.. r J" PRINCIPAL. & Country Club. Raymond Stefanelll a Star/ had paintings! and drawings ex .ANTED

BUCHHOLZ There will be live music. native now an art Instructor, bibbed several national competitive -

CHURCH ACnvriTES JIM TEMPLE CONVENTION ATTENDSNATIONAL Members guests welcome.Donations at Midwestern University; /fin ihowbugs.Stefalaeil's BySTANLEY

Grace United Methodist: Sunday I tthe. $3 per couple. Wichita Falls, Texas was
Jim Tempi
School 9i45 ami. Worship\ Mr. and Mrs.to California. i Judge of the recent Texas Pine paintings have LYONS
enjoyed a trip traveled throughout Florida
Arts Association's Regional 118
services 11 sum. and 7 p.m. business with pleasure *
MYF 0 p.m.'Cholr. Wednesday Combining Exhibition in the Art Gallery Tennessee, and South Carolina
ContractorTo
6 Bum. Prayer meeting 7 from. Jacksonville the Temples March departed U, The primaries pile upon one of Wichita Falls Woman' /Fo- He Noedness has exhibited Gallery In In New the York Lee Painting
Porn. another to closely that &there rum.
flying to Portland. Ore There Is hardly enough time for the and In South Gallery In Hart- Apply

Church of Cod:Sunday School. they! were brother-in-law met by Mrs.and Temple Sister -- candidate to eiptaln Us defeat He Is the son of Mr. and ford, Conn.}

9:45 ajn. Worship, services U s Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Alf. la the last one before Mrs. Henry Stefanellf of PHONE 259-3084
and predicting ate victory la the Most recently two a1nt1npwete
a.m. 7:30Pom.FamlI1NlahtWednelda7 son. The foursome took a two Starke and a 1956 graduate of >>
next. In the Museumof
7:30.: day trip through Oregon's Bradford High School. the accepted Great Plains' third an- MACCLENNY FLA.
mountains spending a night at Stefanelll was a talented artist
Highland Baptist Church: Timberline SU Lodge at the Brooker PTA .Congratulations In high school /although nual Jurored exhibition of

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship foot of Mt. Hood to our physical fitness award BHS then offered little trainIng Paintings and Sculpture. One AFTER 7 P.M.

services 11 a.m. and 6:30 Mr. and Mrs. Temple then .' winners.SYMPATHY. In that area. But he majored painting received the 9100 best .
t33NOTICE
pun. Prayer meeting 7 p.m. visited the Alfson's home in In art In college and has of show award JTC

followed by Choir practice. Eugene Oregon until March 15, Ir

visit, Temple Our heart-felt sympathy, love
Evangelistic Services were her _
enjoyeds and are extended to
Church seeing niece, prayers
held at Highland Baptist
Thursday Rev. James Mrs Bob Hutchinson and family. Achievement.. award Brooker Elementary. the family of Bennie Gilmore
on night winners at ,
died last week.
who
Mr. .
Rainwater. of Tennessee) schools. theseven
brought the message. On Friday local high In gear Judged the band for their Mike Strickland. Prayer List for the Sick: -I ;
gene area. of \ re The Awards will be presented
night Rev. Lester performance songs Monroe Barnes Morris DyaL
churchinto The Temple's accompaniedthe
was ordained by the hearsed by the band for a couple at the May meeting of the
Alfson's auto trip
the gospel ministry Rev. ) on an of months. The other Judgedthe
to the Oregon coast where they
Austin 1s Pastor of Laura Baptist band on how well the band
church near Starke. observed the unusual sight This Is of could play music they had never I The Deadline

Homecoming was obl.rvedby the hundreds area whore of sea they lions.make their seen before. This qualifies the Apff.il 1st Is For Filing
in the State
the church on Sunday. Rev. band to participate
The foursome
James Rainwater brought the permanent homes. Contest to be held In May at
and Rev. then drove on to North the University of Fla. All fax I
morning message California where the giant redwoods Exemption Applications And
James E. Walker of River
dale. Ca., brought the after- grow. NEW ARRIVAL
On March 17 Mr. and Mrs.
to Mr.
noon message. Dinner was Temple took a plane from Eu- Our congratulations Tax Retums
at and Mrs. Monroe Barnes on /
served on the grounds noon. Jim I
reka to Los Angeles where
the birth of a son. James William -
'
attended convention of the
a March
PERSONALSMr. born Thursday
National Association of Secondary n'
and Mrs. B. L. Wllhl- 23 at Orange Park Hospital. + y d nd
son and family of Jacksonville School Principals held at James weighed 8 Ibs and 7 Thanks

spent Sunday with the Senior Anaheim Calif. or,. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes have J ,
Wilson the Superintendent
Riles
WlIld8O l. three other children: Tammy
of California schools and
G. W. Anders and Eddie and Lamar. Paternal
Mrs. son CalifornI '. Governor Ronald GENE LONG
Mr. and Mrs.
Michael, returned home from grandparents are
Reagan were two of the most
Vincents Hospital.Both were
St. to get home after a few outstanding speakers at the N. E. Barnes of Way cross, Ga. TAX ASSESSOR
happy there. convention. Dwight Emory" 6th grade and Fred Terry, bib grad.,

days Miss stay Enza Blanchard Is a Over 12,000 principals and PERSONALS are winners of the President's Physical Fitness Award

patient In Room 117-B, Brad- their families enjoyed a special Miss Larle Temple spent a at Brooker Elementary."
ford.County hospital She/will evening at Disneyland on week with Cherie Hinton while i

be visits pleased from.to her receive many friends.cardsor Tuesday While Mr.March Temple 21. attendedthe her to California.parents were on their'trip 3 .4 se's s4.a /ALL STORES OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ( MONDAY THRU SATURDAY) FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE. I _I IBlG

EV.ENINj'
Mrs.. Blanche Phillips of convention, Mrs. Temple ,e yea
Waynesvllle N. C. and Mrs. enjoyed visiting her brother- SPRING VACATIONFOR +
DAYS \ rwt
Winifred Allen of Canton N. her-In-law and sister Mr. and STUDENTSMr. s }
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Mrs. Kenneth Morrison of Los of I
C. returned to their homes McKinney principal J Aw
last;>,Saturday. We will look Angeles. During their stay the Brooker Elementary School announces I t I
forward to their return to our Temple' enjoyed a shopping that next week. April r'I
trip to Tlajuana Mexico anda vacation for
city In the fall. 3-7 will be Spring
A. Q. Smith of PhIladelphia tour and dinner aboard the the students. School will resume I II

Penna., visited his sister Mrs.R. Queen Mary which Is dockedat : Monday, April 10. :

L. Bradley last.week. Long Beach. *cGL / ar
Mrs.Luther, Thorpe, of W. S. Talbat of Gainesville ; PTA SUPPER A SUCCESS I

Drakes Branch, Va., Mr. and ., who Is the former Supt., The Brooker Elementary
Mrs. J. W. Shuford of Sacs, of Public Instruction Joined School PTA Saturday J ., #""CHOImdi.11 /" ,
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Va., and Jake Shuford, of Ap- Mr. and Mrs. Temple for dinner music show held .: Matclas d .

po &tooxt Va., spent two weeks at the Royal! Inn on March March 25, was a huge success A
with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shu- taking In more than $600 for SalelsJ 1

ford., Mrs. John Shuford and 22.On March 23, the couple flew the evening. The men of the '....1-1.III181.

other relatives. to Las Vegas, Nev. where they PTA gave the ladles the day l CUMns's-SkMlver;,
off by doing all the cooking n
Mrs. Hester Hicks spent several met another Motherlnlawandstarer
days recently with her of Mn. Temple's, Mr. serving and cleaning op the I III'' a.5klnd'Cal' _watch with,
on-ln-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Remington of kitchen. The mea were well &"... r.o.xn.r.arpod/ tattoo,
Martin of organized everything: came 119 and .ontlftioarwtlc.I.M. .
and Mrs. Floyd C. Billings Montana. The four of
off smoothly.] Our thanks to .' .... Pa L.... Draw (Cqlandorwatch : IKU<1
Daytona Beach. Mr. and.Mrs.,,_.them stayed at the Troplcana r with 500.... mow.ro.nt..Lo4ln'Vat.lm't '.--
'vocationalagrlcuKurexvteacherat
Glenn Shuford and children motored Hotel and Country-'Club. The ''Mr. David Smith .t ;; + <. >ra<. '_h. Swill. .
down on Sunday and Mn.Icks' 'shows which they attbddederw1the ., \! : Bradford I li ..e.' ngwm.a and unVookoblamalrHpHng.Fun ;
returned home with' Folles Bergen: The Lena High School for donating 1n '
,, .
the .bar. .ch.ld. wash
"his time to aupervlM-
them. Home and Allen King Show and w / strong durafala. bond
l .
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford the Robert Coulee show which becue-Ing of the chicken. y In foihlan' colon. ti
of Belle Glade and Mr. and theEstabUshment.The Music for the evening was f '
featured
, V.....II 18.11
:' Mrs. Joe Shuford and children Temples flew home March 24. provided by the Dixie Ramblers. : i; art

.: of St. Augustine visited The BuchhoU Bobcat Symphonic During Intermission, Mr. t
yhk
:. Mrs. John Shuford and other Band participated In the McKInneY presented cash prizes Mi

relatives over the weekend. District Concert Contest held to the students selling the +

The home of Mr. and Mrs. at P. K. Yonge on Saturday most tickets. PrIM winners

Gene Taylor was the setting March 25. Larle Temple of were: 1st placeBradlee Cox Eksebl t

on Saturday for a birthday >party > Brooker plays! tenor saxaphone $5, ,2nd place Monica Green \ ::4y KMtoFsclal

honoring their daughter Pamela In this band. The band received 93, 3rd place James Parker TIsMis

on her 4th birthday. and Af- a Superior rating from 92.the Mr.winner Lonnle of the Tetstone pig given was) ..: : Sod and.k..........
ter playing some games all 4 judges Three of the Jud- 200>> *.
opening! the gifts refreshments away donated by Mr. R. H. S.u 2.r..r':: :;/ .

served the following Claude Milliard Green Jr. We would like to '
were visited her brother.
thank that donated ,lI.l.s'. &, Ilrls' DrmlSIt j LIMIT.) sAYEtos
guests: Cynthia Taylor, Edith who Is a >patient> In Veterans everyone
Frisbee Jim Kenneth and J Kevin -'' Hospital In Gainesville their time and food to make i1i1.awal rlcasl, t r Oi.A Dlea..

Norman, Steven and Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise. this function so successful Air''"'Easts Dftsst :Eagle:: puts Vnoneq- I fr. pocket'af' these
and Afontostlc/ solocMortof your
: Padgett Marvin, Andy Mr. and Mrs; Delude Wise, .
,,.,.
Dale Norman. Pat Buchholtz Bill and Tommy Wise attended PHYSICAL FITNESS All FAMOUS. oro parmanant MAKER"prats dr.fabric. ,.,;yeaj..J. prices for Easter. S&ue: up to 54*

Billy Gault, Roble Cowart, Janet the funeral of Mr. Wise's TEST COMPLETED Chaoia. fraM .wld.. vorlaty. of a" l

and Debra Griffls, Enoch, ..I.terMn.. Etter Nawlln In Two Brooker students: have 'stylos and...cols ooch.. ana.S.c. Oallghtfuldatalllng COME. SEE THE" 'INCREDIBLE SAVINGS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY) THESE! "SlVC-aVsUV MICH"' MEAN I usg >u00

Amy and Lydia Starling Bren- Opp. Ala., on Tuesday. distinguished themselves by ..:i-a. SI... 7-14 .I SMCSMT SIS Ml] saCSSIT PSICISI' SVI4W SJCI CSTI THERE'S ONE OF' OUR US SHCSSST r 10i-1oW-SO
da and Gregory' Wilkinson and Mrs. Marian Hall, of Jacksonville winning the President's Award nests AROUND YOUR CORNER! (YOU MAY STILL SflE! "ARMY-NAYV" ON SOMEoM OUR STORES). srf oil
;, Berate Abridge visited her sister Mrs. WE'VE CHANCED OUR NAME TO SAILS FAMILY. SSJSSeST STSISS, AND OUR VALUES ARE THE BESTI' ," ,
for Physical Fitness. To at* III fa ---'to.'

.:': Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Grant Hester Hicks last Robert week.B.Keith tain this award for Physical 1 X 11./x/' .oil..Ite."....ypak,quick

to Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Fitness, pupils must score 85
Sunday u
of Orlando were ht aa' "lna 'n' all
who have recently .
of their brother- and family percentile or higher on all 7 Li.rtt'tttt.tDfMUS -'-.
guests and Mrs. returned from Brisbane, Australia test Items. The two pupils tbataccompll.hed Our(1101 lolactlan ofloihloni. i level Slsl flesrM IvbtOr LI..."b
sister Mr. '
in-law and spent the weekend with .dn..hiln, a X1 INwlift ,' SAGE
the feat t'I 25S
are
Jim Rosier.Mr. .
knit and utlatl
J. C. Tye Sr., their! brother-in-law and sister DwIght Emery. 6th grade son larloy Mrtmont oftyl.t 7 90* palyailar. I On
and Mrs. -lo nylon .Ive .trlps.UnopeWaollv. .
Mrs. J. C. Tye. '
and .
pent the weekend with their Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery oral lotHi.Sim I4i17 Ox 01 eur AhsIll.'s
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Miss Elizabeth Terry visited and Fred Terry Sth grade ere 14. Nil/laa Pulry Lslhre / w.,
her sister. Mrs.C.E.Strick- Sid a. r Choo*. from block aDI.
and Mrs. John C. Tye Jr., of son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry "
In Gainesville Monday to .... cordovan color. Trlcofs"
.' South Daytona. Jr. all of Brooker. Ate. hn.d. .. b m 12.
, : Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor Wednesday.Mrs. SAVE isj
.; attended a birthday C. Y.' Mayo. and Mrs In addition 15 pupils have ,
: and children Our Discus PAR
Mack Sparks of Tampa were Tests
:' dinner on Sunday honoring won the Achievement Award Ins'Start.SlswelSalrts !i_
Prlco '
Wat "
of Mr. _
Saturday dinner guests j Wpn w 6.79 Of.
". Gene's erand ther. Rob Bax- Fred Moore. Other by scoring 50 percentile on all
and Mn. '
7 test Items. They are lit 1 parUsrar
ley, of Doctors Inlet : tS* JM cotton Our Lien 2 Pi
callers during the day were IOIM poryMrar woh In ItrlpM or soUd tonos. J
Those who visited Mrs.Ralph Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons row 1-rt 4th grade Stanley .laalleaullanwalit.Stltdtodlrant. Long poM collar. SlM 1 ....'6 AIrIs' :Pr Ietaunt k. A.......few hi f/b.
Wise while In the hospital were of Jacksonville Hayes, David Raulerson, Beth ( 60,4, DrsMSkM w0' Em Throo/ flax popular. eon. BeOfllse. Cba. .Up
Cau- Hamilton and Genene Dorm- Boawtllul, (ocouarduullami SAVE 24%
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Dobbs and Michael J .. In b.* ht.1.0lw.' .RolM M BaitsSala
Willis
dU, Mrs. Carl Norman Mrs. Mrs. Iny. 2nd row 1-ri Sth grade d cAa.0-to.In bovy discount/ An wcnlnp..L baarfod ..,.... and turdy
Vaughn Prescott, Mrs Buster and Jimmy Mitchell of Doreen Jakab Shari Green" ; e.I I '.,,on d etyl.. .o.y grip hondlo .

;, Bennett, Mrs. Bill Pendarvls, Jacksonville visited their aunt, Darlene Mott, and Wayne Ellis. SAY 1.10 // .d'tole.. Our SAVE US Tough... Fin Laakaraaf up to:30 PloattaBo. Gallon..

:: 'Mrs., Rosa Mae Moll.,. Mrs. Mrs. Rosa Clark of Lebannon, 3rd row: 6th grade. Teresa 0...Dleeq.' ..9 Ie'Z'fft Rot.9 is 3 DlKPrlco..., c...... 10 Bag. 2'5".3'
_: Ruby Mosley Rev. Lester Austin Va. recently. Booth Darlene Sharp .w Ilw s Ry1a Sepal licks d ..Ith.'..'..*.
who stationed
Charles Smith was -
Jackie Kite, Marlene Sharp, Isabel Bristol Imsrrykn.ax.d
: Roger Eunice, 0 I au.
at Ft. Stewart Ga. returned 1 I d./n.. 10.13
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.. f'5 BAYS lee
Susan
; Carol Coleman, Kim Rogers South Viet- and Raulerson. Top row eH tae
Monday to SAY[ 1SS
and DIanne Catkins. 6th grade Peter Henry and 4 OurOtFVKWaa' ."
I SAY Sri
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. GasUns nam. d o. D P ik.
w..t Our Discount Ter PMlssrr y*
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Prlco Woo Regular.
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PMa4TeTNN
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f This year FPli will spend Cnw..dreld.et.n, t S- CbM11..'sdire/F'agw,. Prle Q its saes./ aSINtAhL.

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100ft cation In ottractlvot
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t Cla ...... piping t
a* lag.tin*

almost a million dollarsadagonnew I 'I' .UI. .o. IFC.SSI .} ,y," "

Our Discount Rid .PUU. Lhl
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all/ .'_
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S of the claimant and mum be or before April 3, 1972. If IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT come vnM according to law. a': \\. i I
Elizabeth (;Given Walker .
sworn to by the claimant hisAttMt March 6th 1972., -
COURT OF BRADFORD 000hi- you taU to .do so. Judgmentby IN AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY
TY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE or his attorney or It default will be taken against FLORIDA., GEORGE H. PIERCE CO- the' ,r
,will.become void according to Estate EXECUTOR DELL CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. 3 P.m., the Easter program) vices at 5:30: a.m. at i
for the relief demanded ,
i. ;you In re of Invited to ,,
Dell 168 will hold Its EveryoneIs I
law. Ira the Petition. Estate of L, G. Powell deceased Chapter Tuesday night Prayer Meeting church. +"
IN RE: Estate of RAYMONDJ. LC. POWELL deceased. service at Bradford High ,
meeting Thursday
SAUVE, deemed February.. 29th. 1972. This notice 'Shall be published -. regular at. 7:30:! ; Wednesday night BIble 'attend .. / .
/./ tester Ad < POWELL CO- night April 6 at 8 p.m. In the School.
J. Leach once each week for four NOTICE OF PROBATE' MAY FRIPP class at 7:30: and Choir
NOTICE TO CREDITORS mlntstrator. Otis E. consecutive weeks In the Brad- TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Executor Masonic Hall on Brownlee No. 2 practice at 730. All .','III,;V i ,
All creditors of the estate Leach Estate ford County Telegraph. IN TIlE ESTATE OF Estate of L.G. Powell de- Street. All members are asked members are asked to attend SCHOOL NEWS 'i\ (, *
; ,
the
of RAYMOND J. SAUVE, deceased George Fierce SAID ceased. to please be present and on Spring vacation for lf.! 1
Dated March 1,11972. DECEDENT
: : ,
are ,hereby, notified P.'O. Drawer 1030 Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk You are hereby nowtad[that First publication on March 16, time. Ebenezer Baptist Church, Schools In Bradford 31 and end County April; will 10 "., .,,:., ,
March
and required to file any Starke. Florida 32091 start (;
By Betty Edwards 1972. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. service -
: a written Instalment purporting COUNTY WIDE REVIVALA will enjoy Easter ,, i; \/
claims or demands which they: Attorney for Administrator Deputy Clerk H. Pierce schedule as follows: All students Id 1'/,
to be the last will and testament George
may have against said estate 3/9 it 3/30 3/9 4t 3/30 of said decedent has been P.O. Drawer 1030 County; Wide Revival Is In Prayer Meeting each Thurs vacation and. attend the county; t'" ,:',
in the office of the County; admitted to probate In this Starke Fin.Attorney Wednesday which began andiill day'' night Services will begin Fair. 1I'd. ,in-,
Judge. of Bradford County. court. You arehereb'commanded for Co-Executor. night March with Sunday' School at 9:30: ; g g n tMHH HHMHan Mma HMMHM*) .) .4,*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Florida In the Courthouse in In 'the Circuit Court of Florida FLOR- within six calendar months 3/16 4t 4/6 continue this week. All churches Morning service at 11 ajn. The '' "I""I',
BRADFORD
Starke. Florida within six Eighth Judicial Circuit IDA COUNTY from the date of the first publication clubs and other organizations : Easter will be held Drivers Must ,;- h
program
calendar months from the data In and For Bradford County. tIN are asked to Join and ,'
of this notice to }"l}
appearIn at' 2 service at
of this Case No. 1283. RE: THE MARRIAGE OF' help make this fruitful p.m. Evening Unattended, ;.
of the first publication this court and sbow cause' ON TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S a harvest 6:30 Visitors are always Lock ,"
p.m.
Each claim demand In The Mintage of Wll- TESSIE B. TRULL Wife and for the Lord.
notice. or re: Plenty of '
If any you can, why the action COURT, IN AND FOR BRAD welcome. <+"lvr
must be In writing and must lard E. Williams Husband and THOMAS LUTHER 'TRULL, seats nightly. 8 p.m. Place
of this court In admitting said FORD l COUNTY FLORIDA. ; Autos Law Says" ":.\
state the place of residence Melba Eloise Williams Wife. Husband should not stand PROBATE NO. Carver Lodge Hall, corner .
will to probate Greater Bethlehem Freewill "
'1 (
and post office address of the To: Wlllard E. Williams NOTICE OF"ACTION of Oak and Reba Streets +.'
claimant and must be swornto Route 2, Box 308 Salisbury TOi THOMAS LUTHER unrevoked.THERON A. YAWN, County IN THE MATTER OF THE (North) In Starke. Baptist Church Rev. Jasper Drivers must lock the 19nIb'I.'
; ESTATE OF LILLIAN M. Williams pastor: 't't" .1 t
when "
by the claimant Ms agentor North Carolina. TRULL. Route 1 WLngate North Uon and take the keys
NOTIFIED that Judge BISHOP. Deceased. Easter practice has been In unattended,according ".> .
his attorney or It will become YOU ARE a Carolina FloridaBy New Bethel Baptist Church leaving vehicles !
.
Bradford County; NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNTING. progress all week makimr ready '
void according to law. Petition for Dissolution Mar YOU ARE NOTIFIED 'that an Dolores Dampier AND PETITION FOR DISCHARGE. Rev. Leroy Tarts" pastor services for the Easter program.Sunday to the new State Unl- 'r'
ROBERT injunctive and Other Relief Traffic Control Law. \ '.1">
ARNOLD SAUVE riage. action for Dissolution of Mar- Clerk an follow- School will start the services form
ADMINISTRATOR has been filed against you An Easter Caroling will be ,>'
has been filed March 18 '
riage against ,
First publication on TO WHOM IT MAY CON- for the day. Holv: Communionwill
Estate of Raymond J. and a prayer contained within held Easter Sunday Beach director .
of the you and you are required to 1972. CERN morning be given In the 11 a.m. Col. Eldrlge
the Petition requests the Court : starting from the Patrol -
Sauve deceased. of written church at of the Florida Highway
serve a
copy your
Easter
ELZIE SANDERS 'to award that certain property; defenses If any to It, on George H. Pierce Notice Is given that KATEW. 8:15: : a.m.r; 9:30, Sunday School. service. The onwram ,said,' "Drivers have a .
Drawur1030 ENGELJ N. as Executrixof will be held at 3 p.m.
138 West Call Street owned by you and your wife, P.O.
Theron A. Yawn, Jr., Petit- responsibility to park their'I;
;
32091 Estate has services will be held
Fla. the above-styled Weekly
Melba Eloise Williams, ten- Starke.
Starke Florida 32091 as loner's Attorney whose ''address Temple Avenue,'Starke, Florida vehicles In a proper and safe
Attorney for Administrator ants by the entirety; locatedat Is Post Office Drawer'3fO. Attorney for Co-Executors completed her administration for a 1960 GMC School as follows: Prayer Meeting manner. Leaving keys In the .
3/23 4t 4/13 ill East Washington Street. Starke Florida on or before 3/16 4t 4/6 and Final has Accounting filed In this and Court Petitionfor her Bus (#14)), six cylinders, identification ,Wednesday Circle will be night held The at the Ladles home Ignition Is very dangerous when ," ],
Starke. Florida, and more the'
particularly the 17th day of April, 1972. Discharge. Objections, If Number SV4022 until of Sister Sarah Prince Thurs- small children are left In
described as and file the original with the 10:00: A.M. Tuesday, April vehicle and also makes theft '
In The County; Judge's Courtof COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT should be duly filed with day night. '
2 3 and the South IN any
Lots 1, "
Clerk of this Court either before 4, 1972 according to the follow- task. ;'i'
Bradford County Florida.In Lot AND FOR BRADFORD this Court. After filing Proofof The an easy
39 feet 7 Inches of 4 IN church Is planning an out-
Re: Estate of Otis E.Leach, In Block 9 In Temple's Addition service or Immediately on Petitioner'AAttorney there COUNTY FLORID. Publication showing that this ing L specifications Bidders: are :Invited to Inspect ing on the Second Sunday In A- Vehicles- ,should not be left .J'
Deceased.: tying, and being In Section wllf In re: Estate of L. G. POWELL Notice has been published oncea the aforementioned bus prU in Palatka tb visit Mt. unattended unless the engineIs
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll 28, Township 6 South after; otherwise a default deceased. week for four consecutive and any Information requiredwill Carmel Freewill Baptist stopped Ignition locked
creditors of the estate of ,Range 22 East be entered against you for the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll weeks the matter of approvalof be provided by this office. Church. Visitors are welcometo and removed. Delivery
Otis E. Leach deceased, are 'to your wife Melba Eloise Williams relief demanded In the petition. creditors of the estate of the accounting the ordering The bidder the bus mike the trip with us. For vehicles keys are exempt from this' ,. .....
hereby notified and required to ( ,' In recognition of her Witness my hand and the seal L.G. POWELL deceased are of distribution of the Estate and "as Is". mus accept Information contact Deacon requirement. When parking on ,j''. ,
file any claims or demands special equity; therein, or In of this Court this 8th day of hereby notified and required to the final discharge of KATE W. 2. Bids shall be sealed and Prince at 9645136.: a hill, brakes must be set and 41
which they may have against the alternative to order Its Merch,1972. file any claim or demands ENCELKEN, as Executrix will marked "Bid on School Bus". Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. front wheels turned toward the"" :-
saId estate in the office of ',,partition, and you are requiredto GILBERT S. BROWN.. which they may have agaInSt come before the ENCELKEN Court. 3. The Board reserlves the Church Rev. C. E. Jenkins; curb or side of the street. r ,A
the County Judge of Bradford serve a copy of your Answer As Clerk of Said Court said estate In the office of the KATE W. as right to reject all bids pastor: Thursday Literary reports -
County; Florida In the Courthouse or Pleading to the Petition By Beulah M. Moody county; Judge of Bradford County Executrix: : of the Estate of BRADFORD COUNTY any or BOARDOF and discussion will be "Before getting our of your I PO.l,
at Starke Florida, within on the Petitioner's attorney Deputy; Clerk. Florida In the courthouse at LILLIAN BISHOP Deceased. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION made. All members are askedto vehicle take Just a minute to .
six calendar months from George H. Pierce P. Starke Florida within six 3/30 4t f/20 : Thomas L. Casey Jr., please cooperate with this make certain It Is parked pro 1 ,
the date of the first publication' fO.;"Drawer 1030 Starke Brad- 3/18 4t 4/6 ,calendar months from the date CALL FOR BIDS; Superintendent !activity. Sunday services will perly and take the keys with "O"
of this notice. Each claim or ford County. Florida 32091.and of the first publication of this The Bradford County; Board of begin with Easter Sunrise ser- you." Col. Beach said. ,
demand must be In writing and .file, the original Answer or notice. Each claim or demand Public Instruction will receive 3/30: I
must state the place of residence Pleading In the office of the NOTICEI must be In writing and must sealed bids at Its office North .-___ "'''j'I;y\ !.
and Dost office address Clerk of the Circuit Court on will not be responsible for state the place and residenceand AP
debts made by one post office address of the
any any
other than myself. George PrI- claimant and must be sworn i
GAINESVILLE vett. 2tp. 4/6. to .by the claimant, his agent., EveryDayLowPrice EveryDay-LowPrice i
or his attorney or It will b.

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? Illegal Hunters Can R.A. Green, Seeks'





Lose More Than License '.,ptl t1;.1n' iW ., d,his+M,,,, Circuit JudgeshIp: ..

(FPR.TALLAHASSEK equipment seised by wildlife 1, tltl '" 'y .
Illegal hunting and fishing 010"". ; wv. Is the eon
He c 10
Public Defender R. A. Green Green received Ms Juris Doe- three children.
practices can mean more than a Persons violating the law by Lex Greenof
fine or time in the ''poke)'". killing deer or wild turkey out of m, ,, 'Jr.. of Gainesville, has announced tor In 1963. and resides to of Starke.Mr. and Mrs. I IHI
Ms candidacy for Cir Gainesville with his wife and
Violators lose their hunting
may season, persons taking or attempting M, to
cuit Judge, 8th Judicial Circuit. >>
and fishing privilege M well. to take deer turkey ti m .,
their vehicles and equipment. by the uie of gun and light and In the non-partisan Judicial-
lection to be held In September. ae
According to the Game and alligator poachers may lose Grand Ole Opr7
Fresh Water Fish Commission their velhlcle and equlpmenL .
Florida law provides that According: to the Commission
convicted of illegal e I Green, who has served the ESAVS
persons transporting water .
hunting and persona ', circuit.Public Defender since 2 2 .
fishing activities
shall surrender their license to may game also in commercial have their: vehicle quantities or r, 1963 will run In Group 8 for App 7Ih a 4 ilb ;t
the court. 4 y one of the three new positions
If !the violation occurs In the other seiied.transportation commercial quantityof devlc r f created the Judicial by the recent Article revisionof of the Old Time Country Music Springtime Jamboree .'

open season no license shall be game fish Is. defined. ISO or Florida Constitution. The circuit rim a
Issued for the remainder of the more pounds. : Include. Alachua Baker 0
season. If the act occurs during Commission Chairman GUchrist an&& A
Bradford Levy, eWE GRASS SPECIAL
the closed season no license James B. Wlndham said k Union Counties. ;*
shall be Issued for the season "Hunting and fishing violations "

next following. are misdemeanors; however w "The people of our circuit i COUNTRY MUSIC PARK YOrr
In addition to fines sentences Florida law does provide stiffer to as ty
1 + have allowed me serve
and revocation of licenses, r. ;':T4i ':.
penalties for !the deliberate' their Public Defender for nearly
persons breaking certain violators such as night hunters, nine years., I am deeply .0111At M LAWTEY 1l0Aaa
wildlife laws may have, their .out of season hunters alligator i :'grateful to the public officialsIn
vehicle' and other hunting poachers and persons selling let letfr' the six counties: of our circuit I | Ira P... .
game fish. ; the State Attorney's office RAND 011
; the Circuit Judges, and 4., : }2l
TV.MOM MO cmnAIII
the In for the
public general
FLORIDA ,ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM ,
cooperation and help they have e Jim MB ,t2
'" given me In carrying out the UnWMTSMVPLUS v.ama ion 'I

a 1' co- I.It a, duties said In of announcing my :office"for Green the 0" cR. __OIl ..

post. .no. IRCtW1raLAso
<< //101I11IIII IILL
[ "I have worked continuously TNI11'1Mf ELC
topics'By FKW.M eucA IVA
for reform In our courts both iniMo TM urns rw LT tint irmi ROT M1JCD '.J
0 as Public Defender and as THC RAT TOP TMvutnTNI '
chairman of Governor'sCouncil SUIMMI TAKNEE14'
PAUL C. FORAKER I the
on Criminal Justice, -41 1T .
InfomiaUoa .
Editor Services
n."Many .
Region .1 +yw .0'f

What happens to a person people equate the Judiciary BI"
Panty Ifese. when he sets drunk can well with men of another
be illustrated by the man who 9 generation. This should not be .
ANY SIZE I ANY SHADE goes up too high in an airplane so. The law .Is a changing thing )

without benefit of extra oxygen. and must be responsive to all !
$3.00 Per pr. First, his judgment becomes people and their needs. A man r
Impaired. Judgment knowing of my generation can bring anew
$2.00 Per ."N 0' .oiI
when and why and ,how to do .t perspective to the Court. t,
H.OO Per Pr:? one thing rather than another a .,:.
under different conditions depends "A Judge must dispense Justice ...
on the highest brain cen Impartially> to all people, :oi.
ter. This center, the most highly and not lose sight< of the human till Ltia FAia,
21HOUSE developed part of the human frailties of us all," Green con-
,brain, is the most sensitive to tinued. "I feel I am such a Friday- PJN. SMV SGfurday-2 P. M. ft 8 Pjn.MKHMABULT .
lack.of oxygen. man.. ,I have prepared myselfby .. MHSSJ ,'IMK; 1L1can. s
Next, the man becomes unable education, experience and
...... .
YESOFMILO to govern movement of his w' .. Interest for the Bench and I U FIM lie PnMShow
muscles in a cooperative way. hope the people will grant me Held In The Old Barn-Ram Or Shiner&w1jiiiI
He may well sway or wobbleif Richard Russell Newman was taken to the Bradford Hospital after falling off the opportunity to serve."
\ he tries to walk. His hands his about 40
motorcycl. at mph Friday night.
may move awkwardly, and not .... -
work together as a team His .t rt
tongue and lips will stumbleas
he tries to words he does ? :
say
Fla.nCHe. Youth
Lavtey, not commonly use. SpilledOff t f n U n .



gagaMODERNIIING"YOIIR MotorcycleRichard t REFUND!' a V

Russell Newman 21. M ('1
of Hampton, was' hospitalized 'of Starke and driver by Helen 5 t
., !1- "*driven and owned *t "t '
-Friday-atter losing control of' .ot'"ir"1912"'OldslnobUe'Cutlass: -'McClenagham' of Starke. Mc- : ON EXECUTIVE TA-N'MODiTL'oE'cENTRAL AIR CONDITIONERS. ii
,his motorcycle and.'having It was ''not injured but hll..e&r' works for *.
Clenagham Grey-, RANGE TO DTUH.
CAPACITY 36,000 63,000
"slide down SR-221 hound. passenger was t tt'
) HOME ? Newman was treated and released Sewell Berry Starfce McCIengham. i
at Bradford County Hos- was charged with careless driv- Groves was headed west on SENT DIRECTLY TO YOU FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC UPON COMPLETION
GO MODERN ALL THE WAY pital. Owner of the motorcycle She driving a 1969
ing. was
SR-16 when Jessie Berry pulledin t'
OF INSTALLATION ON PRESEASON SALES FROM MARCH 13, 1972 THROUGH
Robert Newman, had no Insurance Plymouth which was damagedto front of Groves. The force A t
with the all new Chrysler Airtemp on It. Damage was est about$800. of Groves' vehicle made Berry APRIL 30, 1972. SPECIAL REFUND OFFER TO HOMEOWNERS WITH EXISTING
mated at $10. One other vehicle hi the accident spin into McClenagham causing FORCED WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEMS WHO BUY EARLY. ,
Investigating Officer S. P. ,
whole house air conditioningFREE Burnett charged Richard Newman was a 196S Dodge Sedan extensive damages t I E.t .

SURVEYCALL with driving without a li- Smokey Says :: SmokeSays:
cease With purchase of
US NOW The accident happened at TWOS ir:..THUMPER: t t t'I
about 10:10: p.m. and police were =1 SHOW THEM HOW '"
PNONi 964-8463 on the scene at 10:13.: Newmanwas mpotr! f/f ExecutiveCentral ..
taken to the Bradford County -
Makes ; Hospital by a Jones.Ambu. 'I I
We Service All lance. ;
Newman was traveling down '
SR-221 near the' intersection :.
with US-301 when he lost con- t Air Conditioning
STARKE iJ trol of his vehicle moving about
40 miles per hour.
The cycle fell and threw New- l% t. ,
111,Brow e.n (TAIU. NX man 24 feet Newman was using
a flashlight for the headlight. '. GE EXECUTIVE AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES

ears Another happened wreck Friday involving night three at 1 155\I UP TO 15% FUEL SAVINGS OVER COMPARABLE ,

7:37 P.m. at the Intersectionat dJ i jQiirI COMPETIVE AIR CONDITIONERS. AUTOMATIC a.h .
; --'OfJ1.'m.\\13 SR-16 and Church Street ... ., f TWO SPEED FAN GIVES ULTRA"QUIET OPERAT r
iftcrt e I
JJ with occupants from all cars .
.. receiving no Injuries. Keep warming fires from HelS| them grow prevent ION. DURABLE. DEPENDABLE COOLING .
Kenneth Wayne Groves 22, becoming wildfires! forest wildfires! a ; BACKED BY A 5 YEAR PROTECTION PLAN. u:

I I

A. Z. Adkins ., -,
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ThinkingOf

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Circuit Judge's Seat .,

t : ': ) 'S e et

A. Z. (Andy) Adkins. Jr.. The Citadel. Charleston, S. C.; ter that year. He was elected __ _
n CALL County Solicitor of Alachua The Infantry School Fort Ben- County SoUcitor In 1960 and dk == = == == ===== t
ff County has announced that he nlng. Ca.j, and the College of has been unopposed In the pri- t ===mi a --==-0; =iiii i =
964-7000 Is seriously considering running Law University of Florida.He mary and general elections t'' ;=:=== J== -=
for the post of Circuit was a World War n com-: since: that date. b = A
Judge In the 8th Judicial Die' bat Infantryman, with the rank Mr. Adkins Is. active In chic t = = E3 :k"tt
trlct. of captain at"the time of his and legal professional groups : : "
Mr. Adkins Is the son of the discharge from the service.He ,In Alachua County; and the state _
late Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad. entered the practice of He U. married to the former :7'. '. s ===
kina of Starke and graduated, law In Gainesville In 1948 and Dorothy Wym of Gainesville, t ',"., =-3 = =sI ==
frpm) Bradford High School In was appointed prosecuting attorney and they'have two children, ==== === =
1939. He later graduated from for Alachua County la- Ann, 18, end ,A. ,Z., m, 16. r,' ,
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,.. Homestead. Exemption. t Executive Air Conditioner, Extended Protection Plan t tt


:rIt's Filing Deadline April 1 Purchasers of General Electric's Executive model Central Air

t Conditioners receive five years of 'in-home service''' protection. t

During the first year there Is no charge for parts or labor except

Saturday April 1 1. Is the deadA..lOr Iwohe. classification exemptions. for filters, exterior panels or grilles which are not covered under
IM t'
'Phone! line for mine for a homesteadtax That date deadline (
To Tangible personal) property
Fun
exemption, reminds ,Tax, tor filing for. widow's coning returns on Furniture, fixtures this plan. For the final four years there Is a labor charge only for _

machinery shipment, inventory replacement or repair' of the covered parts All parts,. and labor r

Call our business,office( for an Items used, livestock for business, and other or,'v.' A for repairs :'to' the .compressor or I leaks' 'Jn'\_the! sealed" "* 'system are t ,,-

and commercial purposes' also J covered for the entire five years.
.
i extension phone today DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home must be'filed by the April>> 1 t t
get right down to business deadline I or be subject to a I

penalty. I T HURXYI TAX AOVANTAOI OP THIS SPECIAL OFFER NOWI OFFIR INOS APRIL 30.


T Florida State Telephone Co. PHONE I STARKE 964-6200 Long until says noon be will Saturday open Msofflee for 4 BROWN 3 REFRIGERATION t :

the convenience: of those persons j
who will not be able to t ,:
STARK FLORIDAA KEYSTONE HEIGHTS get to the courthouse, during regular f 226 S. WALNUT ST. PHONE 904-7731 .,
Member of Continental Telephone System PHONE 47.1-3176: hours this week. ST AR (E. FLORIDA .,.
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B. Williams HOLY WEEK SERVICESAT Easier Cantata
ST. MARKS

Arthur B. Williams, 78, a Father John M. Flym of St. Is Set SundayBy
resident of Starke sine 1914. Mark's Episcopal 1 Church an-

died Friday. March 24, In a nounces that Maundy Thursday Baptist Choir. An investment in Your Future I
Jacksonville hospital after an Good Friday, Easter
.xtendecll1Jne.s. Even, and Easter will be observed .
Mr. William( was born In with the following schedule The Church Choir of the First
Lake City. on October 12. 181n. of services: Baptist Church will present the ice.
but moved to Starke as a young Maundy Thursday: Holy Communion Easter cantata "No Greater : Illlile II
If
MIlD
man. where he entered the restaurant and Stripping of the Altar Love" by John Petersonatll:00: II f l' IE
business. He and his 7:30: pjn. service Sunday, April 2. 1
wife owned and operated the Good Friday Penitential Office The 35 member choir will be 1W- k ben w01 Ine W M ske"

Magnolia Hotel at the cornerof and Meditation at 7:30: p.m. Canova accompanied by Mrs. David ,__ ,._ .11. "J IM!< '!I1ImIIIM! _. _M '" ,_,,,,,.h."J\,,, ..!..! ,j':1'):!!., ..._&> '!!JtI_!IJiYmM\1nTU! \ ):. !I: ._. ...... .. I _3\ln:\
on the piano and Paul( ,, _, -- .m.----------- '
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Walnut and Jefferson Streets Easter Even (Saturday) Holy 1li1iilWR>1iW'-' Wi< for more than :SO years, and Baptism and Easter Vigil -. H. Faulkner, Jr. on the organ BAPTIST .
.
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also the Arthur Hotel(on Temple 4:30: p.m.Easter. "No Greater Love" I. one ofthe CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST "
best loved of the Easter CHRIST Sunday. School 10 ajn. Morn- CHURCH
Avenue.Mr. Sunday Holy Eucharist many CHURCH HOLINESS AT MELROSE: 'f. ,
Williams was a veteranof 8:30 ajn. Church and Christmas cantatas Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship O ajn. Training Sunday Worshiipp son Yoouuh Schedule: of Services: .,
World War I, a member of School and flowering of the written by Mr. Peterson,who Is Morning Worship U a.on. YouthService ship Services, 11 ajn. 7 Wednesday Worship Morning U Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. ..
American Legion, and a 8 jun. Midweek Service pjn. Night Mr- Service 8 pun. Evening Worship Morning Worship U ,;
the Cross 9:45: ajn. Festival on the staff of Slngspiration. 6 pan. Evening Wor- ajn. Evenn, 1;
Methodist. His hobby was the i Inc ship 7 pun.Thursday. nesday/ 7 p.m. Ladle 7:30 pjn. Everyone wel 7 pun.Tuesday, Ing Worship 7 pjn. ,, .'
cultivation of flowers, and the Holy Eucharist all a.m. Soloists will>>sopranos Joan night Prayer Meeting Class, Thursday 11 ajn. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 pun "...,+
Children's .
Hunt 1
grounds of the Magnolia Hotel Egg 4 pjn. Hurst and Carol Hardy Alto located one block west on -L.L. Parker pastor p.m. t

always attracted attention with Peggy Neel. tenor David Can- 7.Doviti Hodges, Pastor 16. BAPTIST ev. W.B. Chauncey. pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ",' ,In,a .t,
their many blossoming trees, Carl HartonCarl ova and bass Jim Duncan. -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL CHURCH i ",1
vines, shrubbery. The Public Is cordially Invited GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn ,
Surviving Is his wife, Gertrude to attend. CHURCH. STARKE FINEHILL Worship U ajnk Pr Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH Inc Worship II a.m. Evening ,,
Bryan Williams, of Sunday School, 10 MornIng METHODIST CHURCH Booster Band Young 833 W. Pratt St Sunday Services Worshp 7,-. 'amesSlaw,pastor., ,, .A
Starke; one ..I.terl.Mrs.. Girdle C. Harton, 68, a resident a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng and Prayer Service), : Sunday School 10 a.m. I
CARD OF THANKS Worship at 11.
Johnson, Lake City; ; and one of Starke for the past .UnIon, 8:30 Evening Training Worship Worship 11 a.n. Youth Service p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m Preaching U ajn.Training Union BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH .,1/.t,
pun.
,
brother, Walter Williams,Tam- 24 years, died Saturday, March 8 pjn. Evening Service Wednesday 5:45 pjn. Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA.
In Jacksonville Words cannot adequately express 7:30. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 pjn. Rev Tommy L. Milliard : pjn. Rev. John Strickland
25, a hospital 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple etor.Sun. <
Mating 7:30Rev, LeonT
pa.Funeral services were held after short Illness. my deep appreciation for pastor.. Pastor 10
a Odom Jr., pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, day: School. a.m.Ron Bristol,,
the kindnesses
shown
.
to
at 3 p.m. Sunday In the First He was born In Kentucky on many Superintendent. Training Union,
United Methodist Church with M.ty 6, 1903, and was the own- my husband, Arthur B. Williams AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST ASSEMBLY OF HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF COD 8:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, Di
Rev. DeWitt T. Fa- and of during the time of his Ralford Road A Weldon (Highway 100 at Theresa) BROOKER
the pastor, er operator a heavy OF PROPHECY rector Worship Services II a.
rabee, officiating, assisted by equipment business In Starke Illness, and to me during the Sunday:Worship School II, 10 a.m.Evening Morning Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning Sunday School 10, ajn. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -' m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer, Service .f
am:
Rev. Lewis D. Halnes of Alta- for many years. He was a time of bereavement. Such Worship, 7 pjn. Wednesday Worship 11. Sunday Worship 11 ajn. Worship 11 ajn.Young Peo 7:30. Lavera Outlaw'mu .
monte Springs, former pastorof member of the Starke First kindnesses and thoughtfulnesswill .Prayer Meeting and Bible Study 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30Charles : D'T, Union 6:30 pun. ple's Service, 6 pjn. Evangelistic sic director.
never be forgotten and Thomas Worship 7:15: P.m.Wednesday .
the Starke First Baptist Presbyterian Church, Bradford will remain cherished 7 pun. Young Peoples Meeting pastor Service 7 pjn. Wednesday CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST'
a mem- Prsy.rSer-
Church. Lodge No. 35 F. & A. M., Night .Prayer Meeting, 7:30 pun.
Mrs. Arthur Williams. every Monday, 7 p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Merle OF LATTER DAY SAINTS '
ory. 7:30 Rev.
p.m.
Interment was In Crosby Lake and the Morocco Temple of G.F. Come and worship with as. Road
Prevatt pastor. Everyone 1404 E. Bessent
Cemetery with the DeWitt C. the Shrine In Jacksonville. welcome.ST. CHURCH pastor -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor Moo-
Home Evening "
Jones Funeral Home In chargeof Surviving Is his wife, OshteCllmer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCII Sunday School, 10 ajn. MomIng Family ,
arrangements. Harton, of Starke one Worship at 11 ajn. ; GREATER BETHLEHEM
; STARKE EDWARD'S CATHOLIC night Service at 8:30.: ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Prlmary-r Tuesday, 4:30: p.m."
sister, Mrs. Ruth Roberson, Sunday Easter Sunrise Ser- CHURCH, STARKE Wednesday night CHURCH. STARKE FREE WILLBAPTBTCHURCH WednesdayRelief Society,
J. E. CrawfordJames Detroit, Mich.; and one grandson vice, 7 a.m.; Sunday School I Fattier James Cregan, pastor meeting at 7:30.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday 7:30.
of De- Worship
Douglas Stover 9:45: ; Morning Worship at ii Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pastor U a.m. Morning School 9:30: ; Morning Thursday- M.I.A. 7:30: p.m.
troit, Mich. o'clock Church Choir Pre- Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass 2nd 4th and 5th Sun- M; League 4 p.m. Night Service Sunday- Priesthood. 8:30: a.m.
Edward Crawford, 53, Funeral services were held sents 7 of KIngsley Lake died Friday, at 1 p.m. Tuesday In Jones Easter Cantata; Bell Choir Confessions '- Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTISTSunday E.Y.C. 6 pjn. pastor. rung 8 SacremenCJesse
Memorial Chapel with Rev. School 0:45 '
March 24, In Bradford County Practice, 5:30: p.m.; Church, tun. Evening -John M. Flym Rector METHODIST C D., J3raneon, Branch..,
and Rev. Lea- II FIRST UNITED
Lacy Conway School of Religion ning Worship ajn. 't.
Hospital after an Illness of Training, 6:15: ; Evening Worship : President. .,.,
Ward Intermentwas STAPKE
mon officiating. Road Grade School Sunday U Worship 7:30 pjn. Midweek B!
"The
several months.He 7:30
sermon
born In Lawtey on In Crosby Lake Cemetery Emmaus": a.m. to t2 noon. bJe>| Study, Wednesday 7:30 HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST .,." ", I
was under direction of Jones Fu- to 7' Sunday School, 10 ajn. Wor- Worship 11; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. ,1 'I
Jan. 15 1919, a brick ma- Deacons Meeting High School Sunday
was Monday m.Be
-
j neral Home.Masonic rites were in church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday School, 9:45: ajn.' i t.,nt,
son by trade, and a memberof Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. pjn. 8:30 Evening MWedesdayYouth Choir Re Morning Worship 11. Training ,
conferred at the grave by members WMU Executive Lester Austin pastor. : p.m. ""M
Laura Baptist Church. of the Starke Lodge. Tuesday 7:30. hearsal' run. Prayer MeetIng Union 6:30: p.m. 'Evening Ser-> t I'?
Surviving Is his wife, Eli- Council, 10 ajm. ; Business BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC,, WednesdayPrayer Meeting 7:301, ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal vice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer io'/
zabeth GUsson Crawford his Meeting 11 Program,11:15 Sunday School 10 .
; ajn. ; CHURCH, MACCLENNY p.m. 7:45. "Service, 7:30.: ft?,
mother Mrs.Llnnle Mae Craw- and covered dish luncheon at If ship Service 11 ajn. Church Robinson -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
John JacksonJohn Sunday. Mass, 12 noon. Rev. J.D. -DeWltt T. Farabee Jr pas
ford of Starke: three sons, Michael noon; Young Musicians Choir, Training 7:3050 p.m. EveningWednesday. Day Mass, :5:30 pjn. tor. ., .

James, Paul Edward, and 3:30; G.A. and Bell Choir! Worship : .... 0 .ol ,,. __oo -- _' ;". "". : -- 'fci<< Patrick Mickey Crawford, all Jackson, 90, of Law-' 4:15, Trustees Meeting. 5:30: .. Meeting, --- -- -- -- nn
of Starke; two daughters, Mrs. tey, died Saturday March 25, 7:30 p.m. I.I.J ,
Sandra Lee Napolitano and Mrl. In a Starke nursing home afteran p.m.Wednesday -' Family Night Rev J.D. Robinson 2t
Sharon Ann Morris, both of extended Illness. Supper, 6 P.HU ; Prayer Meeting ., '
Tampa; two brothers, Nell lie was born In Hawklnsville, R.A. Meeting 6:30: pan.; LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST ,i. J' ;!t ,

(Billy) Crawford of Lake City, Ga. on May 3, 1881; was a Teachers and Officers Meet- CHURCH ,
and Paul Crawford, Jr., Law- retired farmer and a member lag 7:15: p.m.; Church Choir Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn I
tey; one sister Mrs. Dorothy of the Pentecostal Church. Practice, 8 pjn leg Worship 11 a.m. Evening I 'ofl
Crawford Lawtey; and six Surviving are his wife, Thursday Music Makers Worship 7:30: pjn. Wednesday J. '
grandchildren. Gladys Mott Jackson of Law- Choir; Bell Choir Practice,3:30: Everyone welcome .
Funeral services were held Rev. Robert Halston .
tey; three daughters, Mrs. pastor .
Tuesday, March 28, at 2:30: Charlotte Ranelar, Tifton, Ga.; p.m.W.A., Hogan Pastor 1( .r' '.., ,
p.m. in Laura Baptist Church Mrs Doris Ferrarro, Belle- CHURCH OF GOD I." ,_ / 1t r '
with Rev. Lester Austin conducting 422 N. St. Clair l:"!fl. .t,, I t ISG11'lr .., .
.1. .
view, N. J.; and Mrs. Fran MADISON STREET St. Starke. ..., ."r". "}{ r": 8i ..... .
Interment was In Sunday School 10 y I
ces Fallert, Garden Grove, BAPTIST CHURCH a.m. Morning '
;
KIngsley Lake Cemetery with Calif.; three sons, Ernest, of Sunday School. 9:45: : Morning Worship U a.m. Sunday '.:. :,."" ,"'" ;g 8.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Lawtey; Lewis, Tifton, Ga.; Worship, 11; Church Training, Evening 7 pjn. Youth Night A' '" '.\ :. .i
)
In charge of arrangements. Vernon Gainesville; four sisters 6:15: ; WMU.. Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Prayer '. .t ,; ...'. I

four brothers, six grandchildren Evening Worship, 7:30. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. ,- ..... '

Levi Rhoden and four great-grand Monday Youth Choir,Child- -Rev. Y.W.. Kldd, paeWrKiNGSUY4.AKE1)lTSTrr" ,. ", i a:1'ii\il"\! .II.t.I\, '" .. ,n n+,A' ,,t' ..1' ,.' ..t..ull ..f-iifc, .i .f y ::1
children; and his stepmother ren's Choir, 7 p.m. ..; ..H l( Ir .a1N' ,ill''I'n "tau :
tteu:;
Mrs. Lizzie Jackson Qultimn, Tuesday Prayer Group, 9:30: ) ",, .ui4irc, i. .,41I. ,"..1\;t ." r tN.: p L : .or (ml"-t", P.IM\ 'i b
Sunday School
Ga.Funeral a.m. Mission Friends, Girls In 9aOi: ; Training' Iw -vlt.JC'.M| Gnu/ r"'''' cur,
'f.I.i.1"1!
Lev Rhoden 90, of Hampton services were held atI Action, 3:30 p.m.Wednesday Union l 10:15 a.m.; Morning'Worship a 1 ,\ '''' ,' 'll''
.
: died Thursday, March: 23, I p.m. Tuesday In the United Prayer Meeting, U a.m. Evening Worship .h tJ ,'. '1,'. .I1", ..ij.,. I .,
In a Starke hospital after a Assembly Pentecostal Churchat 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice, 7:30: pjn. Prayer. Meeting 7:30: ;" ",,' ,
lingering Illness.Born In Starkeon Ocoee: with Rev. Bobby Sas- 8:30: p.m. Wednesday ". 1.1, ,. ,. .
Sept. 5, 1881, he was a ser officiating. Interment was Denton Sumrall, pastor Pastor Rev Robert West 'r1 .1":' '. I 11.
retired farmer and attendedthe In Oakland Cemetery Ocoee, ,_. 'i '" < 4r" ,
Church of God. with Jones. Funeral Home (In FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ; .; 1 5 )

are four daughters charge. JQRDANfiIONARY[ Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. .- ( I, iiv;' ;; t..: hrr
Surviving Morning Worship 11 Youth
a.m. "1lr
BAPTIST MISSION '16'''' '
Hall "
Thelma ,
Mrs. .
Fellowship 6 ;im. Choir Practice '
j. It )
Hampton; Mrs. Alma Chapman U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- Wednesday 8 .
Palatka; Mrs. Wilma Stover WISH I'D SAID tee Frees Drive In, Sunday! -Rev. Robert D.p.m.Burch ? .'t\.'. ..r.I' >I k w'It
and Mrs. Janey Rowell, both School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- :(

of Gainesville; four sons, Le- THATIf vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH : f
roy and Harold both of Hampton Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes Sunday School MornIng a r:0:::
Marel, of Lake Geneva; Tr0ainng \ ..
; day.Leroy Worship 11. Union, ;
and Arthur Rhoden, Salt Olive, pastor E.L. 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30. ,: \, :ii:
Grtffls associate ',
Willie ,
pastor "
Springs '
; -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor
Keystone
Rhoden, Heights. ,
get rid of envy you ,.... "
you :
< .i"'t'?
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ( jI : ,
will be to how FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .\"- .,
held surprised sec i.,", "
Funeral services were
Sunday Service:Sunday Sci.00J) Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng '
at 2 p.m. Saturday In Jones nice people' ;' are in your com 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Worship U ajn. Evening .,\ 10 ..1t \, I"f'

Memorial Chapel with Rev. Y. munity.-N.. DeVane Williams 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer ,..., ,... .
W. Kldd officiating. Interment Holmes (Fin.) County p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday ., ", i'' '
followed In Hope Cemetery un- Advertiser;, 8:30: p.m. -Rev J.C. Saunders pastor 'r i" ; :: :

direction of DeWitt C. Jones -J.C. Brown, minister Shining In splendor is Easter's story.: ';l ; ,
Funeral Homo. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ._, I I> :t; .' 1 ..

J : School Sunday II am,4,: Morning Sunday Worship Christ is Risen, full' I of glory. ..::;, .' i.i.; ;I.'t-r ..-...,,,:.1.. ,'.'" .;'-tA":." ,"'" :. ','":. 1""
6 pjn. Training Union
7 p.m. Evening Worship

How quickly can you vices.Wednesday-Rev. Bob-7:30 Cooper Prayer pastor Ser. c I I l



find your 5 most GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ., : . :: t'
Sunday School 10] a.m. Mom- : .::. .I.
vita! ? lug Worship IT' a.m. and 7 p. 1
personal papers m. .
.-Rev. John Ross, pastor STARKE "6A" .i.

FLOItIlA SERVICE i
HAMPTON BAPTIST

CHURCH 'C G4: 1ST Hill Edi,..tJK. "',h.::564-7231&
Sunday School 10 a.m.' Morning 4
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Service 11 '.m.; Bible Study + ONTIIOL tire Truing J
.
.XJ\
8:30 pjn.; Evening Service 7:30 C5
_, adliht.Adjustln
":" .
pjn. '
i oj Wednesday Prayer and I t'N a" Brake Servlc .

Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
Melvin Hamel, Pastor Carl Hut Phone t 64- lll24HR. Wheel llalanc and. !i
''I .. .
3.19 E. Can 81. Stark, Ma.IMtort Alignment( l'

.. ,DEDAK BROOJ BAPTIST R CHURCH WRECKER SERVICE MI-S7IS. for FREE AIR' ( SERVICE .

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- Hlway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimate All Minor Repair' +
d. ship Services 11 a.m and 7 :
p.m. Training Union 6 pjn. .10 S. Temple. Stark 817 N. Temple Are. Stark. ;:

-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor
mmamaaumumum a *JBBBHn :,


Your will.: Birth certificate. Marriage ctrtificate. CHURCH NORTHSIDE BAPTIST BUILDERS EDWARDS WeRepair
The deed to your house. Insurance policies Can you Intersection of 18 STARKE I
Highways
lay hands them immediately? Are they sale'
your on (North) and 225. Rev. WayneWells SUPPLIES Inc. and Market
Grocery
from fire and theft? You can say "yu"-II you. R Rlliatrrlag
have them in one dour safe deposit boxes. Isn t the pastor. .
small tax.deductible. cost worth it in peace of mind? Service Sunday at 11..Erb Service Morning Ac Hardware Groeerlm Meat. rd
Come In and see what size box you'd like. today.
? Oil.
7:30.: Wednesday Service 7:30: c..p1et. Paint 8.p. .. GAS: AND ::
:
p.m. MM! SporttaC' G..d. Jack 'and Gla.,. Edwards TYPEWRITERS ;1"

FLORIDABANK U. 8. 301 SoQth Stark. :' ; \
,
Sradfotd County
. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHL RCHnlniiWoriMD -Chck With U. FIn' PHONE M4-M12 a 4:
: 9:4: :ajn. Mor
: U ajn. Evening Zit W..I..*'... St. V'4-5276 Ttltgteph i I )
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:: ':Af\ StiRKiMrnihrr / : Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday ,
.
: Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, .
7 pjn. Study on Book of Psalms I' CLAY, ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE lac. a I

Frdrral' Deposit I Inxtinuice Corp. G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone "
'Welcomo. Owned tty The. W. Serv !. 'Twelve, Nr1ka Florid. ItoMll<< .H..*.... Ow .k. ..eis UvclIdUerA. ;"

Subsidiary Of Florida National Banks Of Florida Inc. 1Rsete. ....."-- 7 to>t HetgUp-.><.* 472-4911 : .

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:, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSEKeystone Has Risen $2.5 Million By Evelyn V.''Powell

!
Of special Interest to the by becoming a member.

t__ __ ir-rr- rrrrr---A---Y----1. florid' cigarette taxes collected 'ine January collections were younger set this week Is our Call the City; of Hampton at
?
--- ---rrr- hunts. 468-1201 If you're Inten.tedAnd
T distributed this month, as fol- egg
In January and distrIbuted' to The Good News Club of the ( don't forget to bring the .,
I Re-elected this month tOtaledfU,33S,1IHa lows: To cities $5,927,762; First Baptist Church is having kids to the egg hunt.)
to municipal
Hilites Gnann counties $419,220
I ;
| $2.5 million In Its annual egg hunt at 3 p.m.
I "' crease over collections for Jan financial assistance trust (fund today (Thursday, March 30) on PERSONALSWe

nary of last year $1,448,219, and to the state'sgeneral the grounds of the new church had several guests In the

I By GLORIA REDFEARN I At Co-op MeetingIncumbent revenue fund, under the direction of Mrs. area this week. Mrs. H W. ,

PUo.. Call, 473-3288 or 473-4182 -J I The 26 per cent hike In collections $4,540,491. Florence Jones and Mrs. Shir- Prlester of Ft. Pierce visited '

-_--_-_ ----.a a.-.ee..rr.e.-_. is due to an increase in ley Hamel. Each child Is to with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ad-
sales of 4.3 million Area cities shared In the January : bring an empty Easter basket kins last Sunday
packs;
utili
COMMUNITY CHURCHThe of tection laws for electric
ST. JOHNS RIVERJR. Floyd Gnann, tax Dundee a
cigarette collections
of was
and will be served refresh Don Adkins
throughout the state the
Community; Church Wo COLLEGE Green Cove Springs, was reelected ties. "i[ the cooperative .Is plus as follows: ments. of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
guest
men's Organization will hold Pre-reglstratlon dates have District 6 director at weakened In profitable high- twp Archer and
their All Circles General Meet- been established by St. Johns the 35th annual meeting of Clay density; areas, but forced to rate on cigarettes. ALACIIUA, $3,163; Stanford On Friday FtrstChristlanChurchof March 31 at 3 He Adkins also visited his mother In

liw on Monday. April 3 at 7:30 River Junior College for high Electric Cooperative In Keystone continue) serving areas of low January cigarette sales totaled n,171; Bell, $401; p.m. the nursing home.
the Macclcnny
Mrs. Turknett will density and low revenue $1,415; Bronson, $675; Brooker, Hampton will have the egg
pjn. Roy school students In their respective Heights last Thursday, consumer ; 72,410.872 packs, indicat John L. Hall of Atlanta, Georgia
give the devotional and they are high schools: The date defeating Jack Wilkinson, of the strenth, security; $325; Cedar Key, $1,099; Chief- hunt. All children in tho area
and Heights and service reliability of that ing a 6.33 per cent increase in Cross $4,051 are Invited. Each child should was here Friday to vI.lthis
always Inspiring somethingto set for Keystone High Clay HUlL 929 to 668. ; land, $4,073; City, ; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
look forward to. Mrs L. School .Is' May 10.' Through thecooperative T. L, Drake District 2)and utility; are threatened" Hazel consumption. Fort White, $534; bring three colored eggs. Re- '
Hall.
C. Gayle, has apl'OltJ'amplanned efforts of the principals Claude BranndonWlstric4)wore) concluded. GAINESVILLE $77.666; freshmer.ts will be served.On Lynn A number of people visited

for the evening that will be ( and the high school reelected without opposition. He urged co-op members to Green Cove Springs, $6,336; Saturday, April 1 the First eUewliere.our Mrs. Francis-

,outstanding. She and the President counselors of the tri-county; being the only nominees from continue their efforts to obtain $431 Hawthorne, Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored Wadsworth took her sister andbrotherinlaw
Hampton ;
Mrs. Barry Wyman will areas, we're able to take the their district meetings. territorial protection laws SR-230 Section by the Volunteer Fire their home
$3,963 to
present the program entitled college to the graduating high About 3,500 co-op members from the Florida Legislature $1,583; High Springs, ; Department of Hampton will be in Plant City: after a visit
In The Pines" of attended the meeting and heard Clay Electric Is now serving Horseshoe Beach, $87; IngUs, held at 2 p.m. at the ball parkon
New Hampshire. Assisting In school students so that courses David H. Ilamll, REA Administrator 38,451 consumers In Its 12- Will Be Closed $1,072; Interlachen. $759; Key Highway 221. of two weeks. ,
and sections be selected Mrs. Ruth Dennison and Mrs.
the program will be Mrs.Michael can warn that rural Floridians county; area, and Is one of atone Heights, $1,790; LaCrosse All Hampton area childrenup
with a minimum loss of To Move T.A. Jackson and daughter of
DredgeSTARKE
Redfearn. This Is a tae could still become big the fastest growing units In $204; to age 14 are Invited.
time for the students said Dean Wildwood spent the weekendIn
''clnattng and has losers If for the Hamll said The Hampton Volunteer Fire
story retired Overturf. they fall to fight country, LAKE BUTLER, $1,841; Jacksonville with their sister -
a great deal of preparation so laws that will provide territorial A permit to close Lake City, $16,054; Lawtey, Department has been reorganized -
hay high school talent do- and aunt Mrs. Cleo Harris.
the morning hours, of SR-230 for 90 and Is progressing nicely.
please don't miss this fine Pro- protection for electric During a section days Oak $11,042 Mac-
Live
st.aig: to pre-redsterforTerm $935 ; Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine
gram.' All Circle leaders are utilities. many members andvl.ltorsp- has been granted to E. I. du- ; It Is a vital part of our growing
m-B for Term I should have his clenny, $3,443; Mayo, $1,093; visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Shaub
the "big top"to and Importance to
looking forward to one hundred Hamll said the present 38- thered under Pont deNemours and Co. by the community
application) processed prior to MIcanopy, In Crescent City Sunday. ,
McIntosh, $419;
percent attendance. 451 Clay Electric consumers hear "The Prophets, a of each and every one of us.
the pre-regtstraaon flaws arriving by pri- State Department Transpor- $569 Newberry, $1,418; Ocala, You lend support Lt. and Mrs. Michael Clark
musical
Keep In mind the last Family listed ", represent almost triple the group ; can your
for his high school, tation. spent the weekend with friends,
Nashville Term., Otter Creek, $280: Pa-
bus from
Night Dinner of the season membership In 1956."Butcities vate $42,887;
he added. the Sgt and Mrs. L. R. Overton
of highway
,,
The
to be held on Wednesday,' April New students desiring to enter In your historic service areas, while other wont for a ride closing of letka, $15,540; Perry, $11,511; at Homestead AFB.

22 at 6:30 pjn. In the Educational the college during the ni-A like Gainesville and Tallahassee In sky lifts operated by co-op at a point one-half mile east RAIFCRD, $455; Reddick, My Neighbors Mrs. Olile Daniels and
the Bradford-Clay county line,
Building. Term which begins May 8 and are growing up too, he linesmen. $283; Starke, $9,961; Suwannee Mrs. Wlggs accompanied Mr.
A Rummage Sole has been .. ends June 23 may secure an said. "If they are permitted Those who stayed for lunch is set to begin on April 12. River $572; Tallahassee, and Mrs. Buck Dennison on a
planned for April 29. You will appointment to continue annexing your pro consumed a ton and a half of At that time, duPont will startto Wal
;
through the Counseling $87,558; Trenton, $1,600; -'l\ricl'rT; : fishiw trip to Rodman Dam.
with coleslaw '
of these events later fitable service fried chicken, along and '
hear more areas, cooperative its dredge
your
floating
move
Center of the College: and other trimmings. The do, $797; White Springs, $498; Ar-I: ( .( ] The ladles lucked out with about
.Is In trouble and
In the month.WOMANSCLUB. e-
wet mill across the highway r 20 Ruck
for pre-registration. Thedead- ventually service reliability grounds were dotted by booths Wllllston, $3,465; Worthington CI' c l pounds of fish Isn't
'line date for your and begin ilmenlte mining saying too much. (They can
pre-reglstration must suffer" where service clubs and PTA Springs, $353;Yankeetown,,$291.
Council for m-A Is March 31 ; the north side of this women's lib thing
carry
The National Safety; The speaker said that Flo- groups made money for var- operations on (Area counties received cigarette
Drivers Improvement Course ious by selling food SR-230. mpnth as too far.) His only comment
projects this
rida Is one of 15 states not tax money "
sponsored by the Womans Club HERE N' THERE ;yet providing territorial pro- and other Items The huge dredge and mill, follows: fli4f "My\ pole was too short.

of Keystone Heights will be offered Recent house guests of Mr. which each weigh many thousands Baker, $043;
Alachua $2,979 II
;
drivers
for all licensed and Mrs. L.C. Gayle were Mr.
of tons, float on a man-
for examl- Bradford, $237; Clay, $%.060; ,
and students ready and Mrs. R.M. Duvall Sr. of follows the -- rya
made lake which )
nation., Roger Skelton Instructor Richmond Va. 'They toured Columbia, $2,213; Dixie, $374; f-J" t
-
of Driver Training at the Florida for about five weeks mining operation. Gilchrlst. $99; Lafayette, $104; "'-" <)--,.;,.-.

Vocational Technical School, and then pent several days I-"I Gordpn Howell duPont.plant Leon. $4,539; Levy, $484; Mar ___ ..,t,'" R a

In Starke will conduct the with the t>ayle'. at their Lake manager, said the dredge will lon, $7,283; Putnam, $4,405; Su

cours. Classes are to be held Brooklyn home. Mrs. Duvall t cut across the road In about wannee $484; Taylor, $746; "My wife took up nrnlle- I" 1t""J

at the Woman's Club on Friday and Mrs. Gayle are cousins. three days, but that more time Union, $1,148. point..."

evenings April 7, 14, 21 and Little Miss Suzanne Duke and The Melrose Homemakers 3rd Tuesdays from 24. The will be required to create a 1,000foot

28 at 7 p.m. In two hour sessions. her brother Master Todd Duke, Club held their monthly meetIng new meeting place Is the Es- wide pond to float the processing rN...........e......................e.eN (

Registration fee will be children of Mr. and Mrs. Billy on March 22, at 9:30: a.m. pltalen Dining Room So, they mill. AskCharley j

$4'?:for the eight hour course. Duke were recently featured In This was a day before their will be meeting on April "4.Keystone He said that after the moving
two fashion shows for Maas Sincere Thanks !
For further Information call My
Brothers In regular meeting day, as the Heights Fellowship operation is completed, the ,
Gainesville.
They
Mrs. A.P. Hallman 4734638. club members were to prepare monthly luncheon and program highway will bo restored to t x
both modeled Spring and Eas- -..;
A luncheon-card party; will beheld the cabbage for cole slaw meeting will be at 12:30 on DOT : : -
on Friday, April 7 at 12 ter garments and car clod for the Annual Clay County REA April 13.MELROSE, specifications. E. _, '.

noon. Chairman Is Mrs. Owen stuffed bunnies andEaiter bas- meeting on the 23rd. Mrs. W, SEWING THIS SPRING? : ForReelecting :
Baker and hostesses Mrs. kets. John.About
H. Allen, president opened the WOMAN'S CLUB .
Robert Hayes, Mrs. Elmer meeting and members present The monthly business meet- .

Howe, Mrs. Foster Howell, FIRST BAPTIST- answered the roll call with Ing will be held on April 5 .

Mrs. SwE. Kennedy, Mrs. Eldon KEYSTONE HEIGHTS their own way of providing oven with a luncheon at 12 noon. Trim It Me To This Question:

Klmmons, Mrs. J. Osborn' and Carroll meals with efficiency. There Mrs. Albert Bachmann Is pre i iI ;"\ Milwaukee banker and

Mrs.: Frank Welsberger.. Pastor Lawrence was *a ,,visitor who may, be a sident. The hostesses are Mrs I sued
School 9:45'a.m. political leader was
SundaySunday- prospective new member, Mrs Mary Boeder; Mrs. W. H. Allen If you sew, It's easy to
DUPLICATE BRIDGE ., Morning Worship 11 a.m., individuallook for $200.000 in a libel ae-
create own
Charlotte Rees. The members; Mrs. V. W. Crawley. and your I
;
Winners for Tuesday March Youth Choir Rehearsal 5:45 are enjoying the colorful nametags Mrs. E. H. Eland. with all the trim The Board Of Trustees tion. The jury awarded
21 were; Mrs. R.W. Becker p.m., Church Training 6:30 Pom. mings.
fashioned by a member. 2ii.OtlO.: (> Does this
and Mrs. Phil Kromer first 7:30 There be nothing exclusive : puirll,up
Worship 'J').Iqwm
; ., Evening Pom'l{ may I i i iJlrtflUluvJ J.
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.John Tue1a&-fhu fb' Outrech,10aWerlYay I f Mrs. .Jt. ;. membot'e who'was MELROSE CHAPTER AARP about the pattern you ..'..*.i. >: ," ,the need for excess!' or umbrella
,
I r fnatructini}; In tI1eI Recently a group of senior ,choose' 'buethn7 way'you use J i. ramPI>> OFt' insurance
Strain second Mrs. : ; liability
Mary
..
Cook and ;Miss Iva 11111- -", Family 7&4jun.. Nlght: ;j j 1 fniaklnk t 0*tapestry' handbagsVanixHincedThat ; folds met to organize a chapter trims -either sparingly or in' .. .. for business! nnd profeahi .
: she had a supplyof and elected R. F. Slm- 'great abundance-can: make'an '
Yerthlyd: : ; and Mrs. Gay, Livingston Dinner*Covered Dish) 6:30" "
hardware, 1. e. the latches, monds acting president.. The individual difference. ;onal l people?
and Mrs. Raymond p.m., W. M. S. Meets, R. A. Whether in the form of Electric
etc' that come In sets, andal'O" group held a meeting on March i Clay \
Starnes, fourth.Winners & Brotherhood'Meetings 7:15 \ desiring same may call 9 at which time 48 people signeda rick rack, ball fringe peasant

for Thursday even- of Power ( Rehearsal President Allen or secretary, petition for a charter I under bands braid eyelet ruffles : ., Charley E.
Ing, March 23 were: First Meeting) 8 p.m., Choir -, Mrs Price. A short announcement AARP. State Director LawrenceF or dainty lace, cotton trims :
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. R. 8:45 p.m. Ala- are the big fashion accessoryfor I Inc. 'JOHNS AGENCY
made as to the Cooperative ;
was '
P. Vogfi: Second Mr. and Mrs. Saturday Evening (Special chua County Fair, at which Halbert attended die meetIng the 70s. And many of ; i

C. W Hardy; Third, Mrs. Ray Prayer Meeting) 7:30 p.m., time members; of Alachua County and accepted the petition them press now come finishes with that permanent elim-- 131 So. Walnut St.

Becker and Jimmy Fox and ; Homemakers Clubs and surrounding Under Mr. Halbert' direction inate tedious ironing.For : : Phone 964.5070Gainisvilli "
fourth, Mr and Mrs. Raymond We were pleased to have a counties may partici a workshop meeting was called your summer sewing

Starnes. good number of visitors In our pate. The date li April 16-23, for March 28 In Ocala which projects use trims in imaginative i FLOYD GNANN i ;.
services 1IIlsputSun- all northeast and central -
morning Is 10 and Included new ways. If you're
date April ,
:- - to have entry Area IV. Vice for .
- day, and very happy our Interested write chapters of making peasant skirt, .
pastor back in the pulpit and to anyone Mrs.may SarahF President J. M. Farris for Flo- Instance choose a colorful .

S.E. McKAY receive the good report on his for Instruction 3905 N.to W. 18th Place rida was to lead the workshop patchwork-prlnted cotton. : : urine Aid Co,
Webb
v wife, Mrs. Lola Carroll, who planning, to which all Presidents Then use jumbo-size rick .
::{;: REALTOR Is convalescing at home after Gainesville, 32601. and Vice-Presidents and rack to border off each patchin j (Pd. Pol.Adv.) JSAPP'S
Fair will
.
Keystone lit,. 473-4816 a Care week's Unit stay at Alachua In the Intensive General be Bradford April 5-8 County with entries to be two representatives to attend. This from meetIng each- the print.Stitch vertical lines of rick :............e.N.........................: MR.IILl
taken on April 4. Bradford club were rack onto the fabric first and
;,: Hospital. County Senior Citizens Club or workshop was to be an then sew on all the horizontals. GAXDHEBOWNER[
HOMES. ACREAGES The People Search programwas ; and extensive planning session for Complete the look witha
will have a booth members -
RENTALSMr officially launched this past chapter programming. peasant blouse of cotton
fine
Friday. A number of ladles are anticipating: a Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and broadcloth or batiste, edgedin SHOP
homemade Items I- SAW
their
are phoning each number In showing of Pearl Spencer of Melrose are matching rick rack. ..
Melbe Ile> 473-4740 antique, and hobby articles A combination of rick rack
n the telephone directory In the for a news letter to ,
C..l,.].. .....in. ,ct ra 47}. and In part of The proceeds of the arranging local churches and braid can give added
t P! 4 l4X05S Keystone area be sent to all Co. AND01ELITOR
P. ." c... 4 Melrose winners will go to the SenIor acquainting senior folks In the of charm flower-sprigged to country-girl dresses cotton & Tree Surgery Equipment
Club.
,:. Youth Week Is scheduled for and purposes of the
trimmings to
Melrose HomemakersClub ire calico. Choose
the latter part of the month The members worked as a rose Chapter. The alms pick up colors in the print. We have just the right saw [ <.. .:
Interest will bean ,.
faithful
that For a distinctive hemline
team, vigorously and the so Club cooperatively the needs and Interest of border center a row of giant for any job .>.

following area seniors, being nonpartisan rick rack between two rows Thei' :'
meeting, In preparing hundreds
.
;
non-religions and a ser
I of pounds of cabbage for the of flat braid. Reverse the arrangement
REA dinners The morning of vice organization to the com of rick rack and most r

membersdid munities. braid for a border outlining Designed to
M. had the meeting other
John a splendid Job of mixing, The club plans only one meetIng the neck and waist of the NEW log & powerfulNORELCO
the third Thurs
a month, on dress.
: s
1 1I 1I 1I and those who gave so much treatment wood
r daynext one April 20th at 12 Or for a more frilly -
anew car of their labors are to be con- noon In Ellam Baptist ChurchIn try a combination of POULANo
luction.
gratulated. The door prize at Melrose. Beverages will be Venice lace and butterfly

on his mind the club meeting was won by provided church, and ruffling. If you use unbleached Assures behind :'
SUPER OB
Mrs Carrie Eland. chapter cotton muslin or "
until the Is fully organized :
professionalr
Club Game-Fun natural-colored homespunfor
Fellowship aid
the church s also furnishing the-ear
country-girl dress,
Day will be held this afternoon your performancein
In the table service paper give it a folksy flair with em-
(Thursday) at 1:30 p.m made.
A plates. broidered peasant braid. every cutting ever
the Lions Club Building social -
Membership In the chapter For best results in apply- condition.
hour will follow with Mr. Retired to cot- o i.t" i.
(American Association ing trims be sure use ..
and Mrs Ed Roberta acting as Persons>, requires that one belong ton mercerized thread in the ...,.
-JI host and hostesses. Homemade to the National Association same color as the trim. Always '.
will be served. trims loosely '.
refreshments handle
with due of $2 per couple.
I Lewis Watson of Interlachen. (This reporter has membership and use a light thread ten ),! If I Iht 6730. If* .:j.
and newly elected President of sion on your machine to + j helped people

I the Senior Club of Interlachen of a blanks chapter, as back the In organizer 1964X- avoid puckering.. it's easier Come in and ask for a Demonstration .p throughout the V
also
U
You
I We put it in his garage will be GREEN M. C. COVE SPRINGS Membership in the Melrose to work from a full length of FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICON world Iwo"".r V
, The Chapter Is $1 per person. New trim rather than from precut it has extremely -1 f
Senior Club recently organized members are cordially Invited. pieces when sewing. Fora DUTY high maximum ,
Here's'how w* work lh|. particular mafic.Say thai. with Emory E, Batman President professional look, mark the '.. amplification./
YOU ha\.a car on your mind:You com Inland. tell who announced that the PERSONALSThe exact location for the trim :

u.about. It.We ray"O, ." lu a Loan to buy ha car. club meeting dates are) 1st and Eastertime brings many on your dress.If The Choiceof It alto deliver oxceplional.ound '
Then you fi and complule. the deal. W. supply Florida suchas it's to be a border of farmers quality.
,, the c..h. You pew back the. .loan to ui In monthly visitors to Sunny trim measure it off with a .
of April, at which time our Harvey For- If believe your hearing
Mr and Mrs. fabric sportsmen you
mark '
whit' riding around, the ruler and your
Installment :you ant envy
;young people will serve as general dan and son Harvard of West where ;itn'l all it could b. com in today -
at friends. W... ready whenever. you .... with dots or dashes utilities
your .. dentonttratlon/ of
< School and Church who spending la a lt :
Sunday Hartford, Conn., are the trim is to go. Then cover ,
Training Directors Departmental the holidays (holy days) the marks with trim and maintenancecrews what Id* 6730 can do. Abto- '

Directors: teachers, with Mr. Forden's parents,Mr. stitch. and lutely no obligation.
'
where for
Come to etc. and Mrs. Bob Fer relief Brooklyn To figure trim yardage SlOp in or mallce"pe..
We will also have two young Lake. when it's not shown on a pattern homeowners.Cutain addillonallnferma'lo.

men bring the messages during Mrs. Mildred Fuller, a former determine the locationof NAME ......-.-....................-
the
answer the morning and evening worship resident of Park-of- either the trim the pattern and then or measure the gar any position MODEL 361 ADDRESS ........ ..__........-

services. Our young people Palms, prior to her late husbands ment. Add an extra half yardor Poulan CITY ...........-_-..-.......... ,
is did a very fine Job last decease: Is renewing old of trim to allow for even up from ........
more PHONE ............-......... -.. ;
yearthing are expecting even and new friends and associatesas Joining, curves, or comers. tide doWn. '
from them this she Is spending about a GAINESVILLE HEARING

year month at the Park. As a former See thes Saws A Many Mar ofSAPP'S'
Our sincerest Christian of Faith Presbyterian stricken suddenly on March 25.
sympathy member AID CO.
Is extended to Mrs. Y. Church, she enjoyed William Beam Sr. baa beentransfrred ,, s

vonne Dazey and sons) Rob 1 the Family Fellowship dinner from Bradford SAW SHOP 7634 N.W. 13th St.

KEYSTONE STATE MRK Ricky for the loss of their held last Friday. evening at Hospital to Alachua General. In unthina Shopping ContvxN

husband and father Wallace the church.It Mrs. Walter Byron has been 378-0993 lToWoolco

Member/ PJXLC. Ktjrgton Hdcbta, FL.'T..r Dazey. Mr. Dssey passed away Is with regret that we able to return to her home '376.0095.371.19,3
In Veterans 2025 N.W. 6th St.
In the NAS Hospital Monday report the sudden Illness, as following hospitalization "

r. Friendly Baak la You F4iepolyCeanmtity ,. March 27, after a lengthy well as prolonged Illness of hospital Both Mrs.Daiay Gainesville. Fla. / orek2; '' &tu.ar.kr .
Firth
Isabella :
." Illness He has been a several good Keystoners. Albert Hall and Mrs.
member of out.church fora Bachmann Is In Alachua are still la nursing homes In

number of years. General Hospital having been Gainesville.

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Still Being Misled


I f About 'Free9 Burial BenefitsReminders get ilie iote done


to veterans to beware are Inclined to accept noticesof ___ _...
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f of burial advertising tan- "free" benefits as being part
connection with the of the government program
Veeteerran CLASSIFIED AD RATES WAITRESS Wanted Food and FOR SALE-Bedroom, 2 bath
Administration apparently The deception la more com INCOME TAX SERVICEWe CaRIE'i
Deadline for Insertion Monday boor Tuck's: Drive In. 631 S. home located Country o.ce .
,
have not stopped the plete when the notices are designed are happy to announce that brick SEWltlG
Odell W. Vaughn to resemble government 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Walnut. 2tp 3/30 G. Phillip Redmon and Margaret Club.Estates. Central beat and Thousands of Plants
practice,
Director. VARO, St. Petersburg correspondence, Vaughn point- before publication. Crosby have Just com air conditioning fully carpeted. halt Treat, Shade TrEvergreen .... MACHINE
- 1-1/8 acre of
ed out. REDUCE fluids with pleted an advance course In Approximately
excess Camellia-,
has reported.A .
Minimum Charge $1.75 Powell at 964- *
Complete Information on government tax preparation, and land. Call Bill
VA reminder Issued last FLUIEEX, $1.69. Lose weight Income
Roses SoU. and Service
(Covers 15 words) 964-6810 after S AzaleAS
benefits for assist
burial most happy to or
will be 8464.
Dex-A-Wet 98f
number of safely with \
stimulated
May a
their families Is Each word over 15, 8(5(! Income .' Plant AnFdDeLANDSCAPING .
newspaper stories on the prac- veterans and at Mitchell's Drug. 5tp you In filling out your p.m. MM to cans PFAFP ELNA

tice. One paper described the available at any VA office or Ads must be 4/13 Nw Home
Classified
operations of a Maryland firm veterans service organization.Most All in advance unless Town Finance Company, 226 37-1/2 Acres West Stark' t. ML 'CLefStark 11w?. IV
In detail and ouoted from Its post offices and funeral paid have for established account STILL HAVE two Statler Mo- ,N; Temple Ave. 964-7449. tfchg Edwards Road to Butler Road. Pletabeme136115 WHITE! .
direct mall solicitations which directors are familiar with the you bile homes 12' x 65' to sell Paved Road and! Railroad Industrial -

appeared to be designed to look benefits also, and these funeral\ with event The 50 assist beneficiaries
like government notices. directors will for Home Sales. Route 100 weeks hits 590! Thomas. Realtor Tel.964-5'101 NEWLY REMODELED Rome
In to the billing. Not responsible 100 'I5last\! \ Ports & Repairs on
Vaughn said recent attentionhas applying appro-. errors when given over the West; Starke, Florida tfchg see us first. Stchg. 4/6. Fnr S.1eSJ bedrooms-2 all
priate government agency.EASY.GOING all other Make Ma.
been given at Senate hearIngs when Is not new large bams. 14 x 12 living
phone or copy WANTEDUsed
to the unscruplous prac- typed and brought to the of FOR SALE- year old regis- Track new tapes now for frigerators, washers.furniture-bh-; room' large den; new bunt- chln.a.NAtiONAL.
tices of some cemetery opera- fice. tered Angus bull. J. B. White 3/30 $2.98 to $5.98. See us firstat mer's Discount House In kitchen cabinets. Large 125
,
tors.A. - Ph. 064-6114. 2tchg Dahmers Discount Stchg. tf/chg x 200 lot with trees high and
number of bonaflde free 4/6. dry ltd 100 East. 3 miles.

burial benefits are availableto CLASSIFIED DISPLAY FOR SALELake side cottageto Very convenient terms. Call 611 W. Univ. AverGainesville
veterans and some sales SAVE be moved approx., 1,000 964-7701 8 to 5 Monday thru
Florida
organizations prey on the fact $1.75 per Inch Those Long Distance? TOM FRISBEE Silo ft aluminum siding. 2 BR, Saturday. Tfchg. ,

people pay very little attentionto 2 inch minimum -- $3.50 Phona'Call JAN FRISBEE large family room. Ideal for 378.1355 '
these benefits until the time small family. Buford Mitchell
----- w. now Handle air line STATE EMPLOYMENT--
comes to use them Vaughn INCOME TAX SERVICE Phone 9646853. tfchg Center
& Medical
-
said. tickets cruise, and. tours. ply: Reception
,
Government benefits Include: Memorials Resolutions Proclamations $3.00 P. O. Box 628, Lake Butler *
A $250 allowance toward the Card of Thanks W. off.r'a special package upFa.t. FOR RENT- Unfurnished 3 bed Florida. Phone: 496-5101. JIMMY MOORE'S",
Minimum to 50 accurate Reasonable room house in country. Also Part-time matron to assist
$4.00 up SPORT
burial expenses of honorably Tour of N.w SUN
discharged war veterans and I l' 1 1I 1I words Each word over 50- Every Day 9 A.M. 9 P.M. apartments In Stark. W, H. visitors entering the Institution ;

veterans of peacetime service I I IIII' Disney World Sr. 21,3 MI. N. MlddleburgNext Nollman. tfchg on Sat. ,. Sun. from 8:00 MOORE BOAT POW

who are receiving compensationfor Call 964.7<<11 .. Door Fla. Statewide WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- ajn.Itchg to 3:00: pjn-$1.74 !hour. YOUR MONEY ".-

a service connected disa- FOR SALEDouble Registered TOWN FINANCE CO. Realty dies for any make or model

bility. Palamlno Stallion quarter stereo player.Dahmer's Discount FOR RENT- x 60 3 bed- Starke Ph. 9841791Comptete
-Burial In a national ceme- old $500. Call 'P.O. Box 726 N. TetnoU Phone 282-5079
horse 7 yrs. House U/chg room trailer on SR 125. Ph.
tory If space IsavaUable.Bur- 9646532. Itp. IITP"" /'* Outboard A
7823025. Itp
ial in national cemeteries Is Wanted to exchange 18 HP E- Stem Drive Service and
available to the eligible veteran's FOR SALE- 1965. 2 door, Pontiac -
wlfeanddependentchild- 1960 International Metro Van vlnrude with Elec. Starter and P. A. FENDER. 441 Amiss. 2- Catalina $550. Telephone) FOR SALE-'Fiberglass Boat Repair. Complete Tiber
good condition. Make me an 3 liP Johnson for 9.6/Evlnrude Jensen columns with10" 50 HP outboard and trailer. Custom'
Is administered 964-5606. tfchgMARTIN Repair.
This glass
ren. program Town Finance Co. Phone Both motors
Johnson.
offer. or ser- speakers. Phone 964-8417. Phone 9647741. lip FlshW
of the ,
by the Department Fiberglass
964-7449. Itchg. viceable. A.J. Thomas, Tel. ItP built
Army. 964-5701. FOR RENT- bedroom furnished -. i
-Headstone or grave markerIs FOR SALEHydroplane less CAMPERSU.S. house, 746 N. Walnut.
available, through the Department motor and steering $85. Call ANTIQUE Yellow Gold, quarter Call 964-7444 or 964-5070.

of the Army to any 473-4728. Keystone carat diamond earrings; 90 West, Lake City Itp J!
deceased IIonorab1)dis-
.
i
Heights Fla. Up. quarter carat diamond ring; '
charged veteran.An Phone 752.3723 frame'
also quarter carat diamond HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-For FOR SALE- bedroom
In '
to drape
American flag Tops
necklace. -- Dahmer's Dis Selection Of family with one child. Room house. Florida room and garage -,
comfort and good looks is In my home. For Best
the casket Is available through Babysitting FIAT
]
!
VAandrtleglventothenextof this business suit of alrwelght 1 child $10.00 wk. 2 children count Itchg. and board and $10 a week. fully carpeted and drapes;;
the
I cotton corduroy in a new hours Day or TRAVEL TRAILERS Phone 9648404. Itchg included. Partially furnlshedJ
kin or close friend or asso- seersucker version. It's by $15.00 wk.964-8716.Any Itp. FOR LEASE -4 bedroom large SALES PARTS MINI-HOMES.. Locsted at 315 Lafayette SO

ciate of the deceased veteran. Stanley Blacker. Night. Ph. brick house. Heated and air TRUCK CAMPERSAND FOR SALE- lots on Hampton Bill Powell Real Estate, 964-1,, ,
Many veterans know only that Home for three conditioned $148 per month. SERVICE Lake. Total 211 by 850 feet 6464. tfchg.) )
WANTED TOPPERSFull
of burial -
they have some type CLASP ENVELOPES all trained kittens. Phone See by appointment 323 N.Wal- USED IMPORT CARS F. Register, 964-5888.
adorable
have ,
benefit, and because they Tel.graph. deep
sizes.Bradford County
376-
nut St. Call Gainesville Line Of Parts And
964-6019 ,after 5 p.m. 2 tchg.
not checked the details many $200.00 DOWN, new brick and
--- 3/30 4/6 9666. 4tchg. 420COUNTRY HARFRED AUTO Service FOR SALETwo Bedroom block homes. Payments;; as low

IMPORTS INC. frame house, large corner lot, as $70.00 a month. You mayquality
LOST vicinity; KIngsley Lake- CORNER if you earn between''
DISTRIBUTORSHIP$5.000$15OOOSpar. black and tan FOR RENT-bedroom unfurnished with chain fence Nicely fUr-
friendly
Large $70 and $140.00 a week. Call,
Tim. German Shepherd type dog. ANTIQUES 509 E. University. house. Desirable loca- nished, $7,000, or unfurnished Crown Builders.
964.8337.,
$$15,000-$30,000 Time Choke collar answers to name Gainesville 373-4373 tion. M. A. Payne, phone 964- $6,000. 705 W. Pratt St. Ph. tfchg.

"Lance." Sundem. 1-1/2 miles N of Keystone on 6560. After 3 para tfchg. 9648823. ItpINTERESTED _
Th. ptrion telecled for a diltribulorthlp will terv'ce! end manege roule i
of NATIONALLY.ADVERTISED product for men .nd wom.n In drug 533-2866. Up. 3/30/ 100. BRACE yourself for a thrill
torn, "up.m"..'", holelt. motell. beauty thopi barber ihopi etc This W. Buy Any Quantity the first time you use Blue 5 ROOMS WITH BATH FOR RENT12 wide 2 bedroom -
will be the and be operated either Rent Central IN BUYING OR :trailer outside cltydlm-;
route let up by Company can Lustre to clean rugs. heat, in perfect condition

SPARE TIME OR FULL TIME NO SELLING My Neighbors COMPLETE ESTATES electric shampooer $1. Dev- close in with fenced SELLING. no Its,answer J.B. call White 9648799.964.611416 i 4

ENDORSED SV LOCAL BANKS IUSINISIMKN. AND THI PUI1IC.Thif ESTATE JEWELRY rick Inc., Builders Hardware yard, paved street, Real bargain -
& Supplies Starke, Fla. with terms. A. J. Thomas CONTACT
IN THIS AREA, ,,, GUNS. ANTIQUES
it a bonafide dutributorthip m.d. for the FIRST TIME a
by the LEADING NATIONAL MANUFACTURER In II. field Our podue'.o', FURNITUREAll 964-5701, Real& Estate 984-6850.Broker, Tel. GEORGE ROBERTS IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU
backed fay national and local I advertising Including LIFE Magazine, etc
BUY YOU PAY FOR THE
Good Merchandise
)
Some of our prn.nl.ccounie Include HOLIDAY INN'S, SHERATON HOTELS, 'REAL ESTATE
HILTON HOTELS RAMADA INN'S, MAJOR AIRPORTS ",c. CALL BILL BRUNOFSKY The Glass Shop SPRING BARGAINS Hard top HOME YOU OCCUPY
camper trailer made by Col-' PHONE, 964-7826 ,
NOT VENDING OR RACKS ; 473.3483 .
RIOUIRIMINTIP.rm.n.nr Glass manCranksNylon Sereen- 421 W. MADIOtht: w. Make It So Easy To Own ANew
ing-sleeps -never used. '
Bring To M* Or I Will
.rea rettd.nt Vow must a pe'tort of good moral character. linen; For Value over $900. Special Sale Or Used Home.l2' .
jelly, round, and able to :make an'I IMMEDIATE CASH PRODUCT ODDER Of Com To Your Ham. ?
than the amount rr Price $500. Phon 533-2888.
12160 00. We afa more intarett.d In your character" and ability
of money In your band account. TRUCES 3tp. 3/30. FOR SALE 4 1/2 acres 2 widot 24' wide.
AH CARS and
For a .....on.1 Interview in your area, write ahort not about yourtolf" Include houses partly\ finished; 1 with New Used RepotUp '
three references, name. addrett. end phone number tot PICTURE PERFECT Grooming InstalledVhlIeUWaH bath. & Well. 3 car garage.

AEROSOL CITYP. Salon all breeds. Call mornings Custom Vinyl Auto Top. USED TRUTONE color' TV 1/4 mile North of Lawtey on Ta 12 Years To Pay
console with new picture
O. BOX 551, OAK PARK, ILLINOIS 60303All "_'f. v Directly for appointment across from 964-8551.Sears. 1017 N. Main G''ffJI. tube. Payments only $15.97at 301. Ph.46HELP 7823177. Lawtey.2tp Means low low Payment1

APPLICANTS Will RECEIVE THE! COURTESV OP A Dahmer's Discount. 4t/cng.
Full CORPORATE! DISCLOSURE!, "ThU I. your free luncheon ItP 4/20. We Trade For Anything From

wait at your friendly WANTED E.M. and Billy Coats To Battleships.
bank..." Officers Club. Camp Blandlng.

PUMPSNEW EUNICE NURSERY Morning and night shift. Cooks T. JOHNS MOBILE, HOMES

POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Plants -- Tomato, Egg Plants Bus boys, counter (21 yrs. or
withstand weather- 204! each. and Peppers container grown. over)) dishwasher. Call 533- Orange Ave (U.S. 17))
301 DRIVE i INShow $2.25 doz. Special price on AND USED Phone 782-3972. mles Northof 2101. 2111. 3/30. Phon. 284-5439 .

larger quantities. Bradford Lawtey on 301. tfchg. Green. Cove Springs, Flo.; ,
Begins At Sundown County Telegraph. SALES FOR RENT: Furnished apart
J
PARTS FOR THE J ment, 204 W. Adklns; 3 rooms
SERVICE INTERSTATE MOBILE Home and bath. Phone 964-8021. 2t-

1 FLORIDA Deep and Shallow Wells moving In FM. Call 964-5604., WHOLE chg. 3/30. Taking: applications] foi!.
FRI.-SAT. MAR 31-APR Water Softeners and tfchg FAMILY

FiltersPlumbing GOOD PENSACOLA Hay for FHA 235
sale. Reasonably priced. Tele-
FEATURE
DOUBLE SEWING MACHINE-CleaMd f, phone 964-7679. tfchg New /
Brick 3 and 4

Was she really what IS TO BE THEATRE Supplies oiled home,,,and.adjusted$5.00. Vacumn In cleanerrepairs yowl: BOOTSBELTS Bedroom Homes

she to bee? LOVE HER EXPERT SERVICE ON also. All work guaranteed. WE GIVE SERVICEWe get Call for Details
appeared
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: ALL MAKES Dennis E, Cogglns Phone results! List your property for
Or was there Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00: PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 431-1428 tfchg sale with us. Call today.- Low ,Down Payment
CURSED! WALLETS' BILL POWELL, BROKER:964- andModerate Monthly. '

a darker side....b FRI., SAT. MAR.'31, April 2 ( BAftS-iACCESSORIES 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg Payments ,

A Hole la Your Roof
i
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PUMP A SUPPLY CO. LONCCHAMP HOMES
HAVE YOU EVER ALTERATIONS &
LAKE CHURCH Mending
'
A
Or custom In Itrane IM-M5J
sewing my homo.
J I Ir HELD A WHOLENEW INDIAN MOCCASINS 964-8813.4tp. 3/30 191 KxilhSUrtoTF

SKELETONIN INSURANCEAT .. Fine h Leather

-:. Reduce safe and fast with Co.
REDUCED RATES
i1. -m YOUR ARMS? ROOFJ OLD KENTUCKY Base Tablets & E-Vap water

J ...JS!S THE TOUCH OF DEAlHIlJte : I r0' II IIb. AUTO DOYLE, FIRE E. CONNER, BOAT" &.J Roofing Co. WESTERN SHIRTS pills"6tp 4/13.Andrews Pliarma:y. ler BrowaVolkswagen


om b., INSURANCE AGENCY fchg. Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. CARRADiNELeather
Welcome bate
II Hiway 301 South
LEW'SWELDING
I
.
Bobby Joe.loumayneyerlestro.

p. Shop SHOP

here alive. LOTS, FOR SALE Starke Golf
r CARL BIGGS & Country Club, ready for 1 MILE SOUTH ON u.s. 301 Whispering Pln ..Jfotcl -

r building on ant.Lots LANTEY FLA. US 301 9. Phone New a Used
Wil\\1spYftCtJ. Gulf Service area approximately; 1/2 PHONE 712.3400 964.8252 'alea Service

Used Ports acre and! larger. Paved roads
only 3 minutes from town. UTILITY TRAILERS 1 ML North of Tim MaaOAINZSVIUoB
THE FINEST SELECTION OF Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 Jj.nutfchg CUSTOM\ BUILT
SUNU:11' MONUU APRIL 2.3 WATER FRONT LOT'SFOR GAS AND ELECTRIC
USID CARSIn SALE
s II WATSON'SHOUSE On Crosby: Lake and C osby, WELDING BRAZING
rhe"LetsTry Anything Generation:.. this whol. area Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet SHEET METAL

-. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service OF VACUUMS wide 8 feet deep) Located en ,TRAILER HITCHES 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand
% Many brands of new vacuums State Road 100, 3 miles West INSTALLED I cleaned at Dahmors Discount -

.... '- USED PARTS $39.00 up. Used machines from of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation fast service tfchg
Hwy. 301 tI, Waldo $10..Expert Repairs all makes. cottage mobile hone or
TE b. ,
Pact and! Accessories for all Investment
-ANae-t-Nramia a-, 468.1998 vacuums. Built In Central vac- Prices start at$U9.00.. $200 eeee.eeeeeeeeeee eeeee**.e*e.eeee*.ee
TOUCHRSLESJUDY : Miff WINTERS- MflRK\IDJft[ wan cleaning frjtems. 712 N. down and $35.00 month for 34wois
.
Main, Gainesville 378-7110 (8 1/2 % simple hrterstX -

HUXTABLE- ESTHER ANDERSON- a MlfN NOIn SON. e, FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen i
MARILYN RICKARD. KATHY SIMMONDS Call 964-7701 8 ton.-to>> 9

DAVID ANTHONY. ear.e-m, ....meuau.PLUS w osmwAUNrlEROO WANTED punt-weekdays. tf
,war" '','''''''I. .. ..--' .- Joist of Florida, Inc. needs dependable, able' :

,::.:.:J ? Ixptrlenctd Factory Sowing Machln bodied factory help. Ne experience necessary. s
Steady work overtime" fringe benefits.IF :
f e>>mr.J lm'wii:: : :!" '.o" .!9'! Oporaffers .
7 An AMERICAN INTMNATIONAl/
HEMDALI PRODUCTION retch YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK'APPLYAT
&......Icon International/Picture*,,.... STEADY WORK,HOURS 81:30Coll : FUFMTUREQuality \ \

So what's wrong with being a voyeur? ] PLUS Mr. JamM Strickland 41 Home i hrlllllllll OWEN JOIST

} Cadent Dray.rtes
OaCmtury.Fo. presents Vincent Price
I of a In AT 468-1645 Carpeting'takriore Lincoln. City Road Monday through Friday
The. Marriage fcr Victor

Stockbroker MURANO MANUFACTURING ,1329 Pork Ave. Orange Park* 7:00: A.M. 'To 5:00: P.M.Vets .

Young "THE OBLONG BOX" T.I.l '_64-7531 tf ..eeeeeeNeNNN.NNeleee.eN.N
COLO" BTC lO e' WALDO FLA.


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