Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01286
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01286
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Circuit Court In Structure :

Spring's cession of Circuit Court will

begin Monday May 8, at 9 a.m. with :ii"

the first degree murder trial of MalaohlTlmmoDS. I Of Stake'sCity

tried. the only case scheduled to be r&' er ; .

Tlmmons, an Inmate at Ral- tor) December 18.
)rd State Prison, la charged Kling S. Grlffls charged wits
1th the Blabbing of fellow In- withholding support.
ute Lester LeRoy Riddle.RI -
le was stabbed to death on the Rafel Delester. possessionof
moonshine still and still
.omlng of March 0' with 4 14 a Council
in the -
used manufacture
Kh sharp pointed stick, carved. apparatus
of moonshine whiskey Y
rom a ladle.Seventeen ,
other defendants Edward Cummlngs. aggravated ;
re scheduled to be arraigned assault upon James McGee
fonday,, before Circuit Judge January 15 with a pistol.
toorge L. Patten. Any of these JREwEFORS(1MM'-
Cases will be arraigned Monday
sses could be tried Airing _
....Ion. morning beginning at 9 Major changes
M spring
a.m. The jury, Is called for
Cases scheduled to be ar- 9:30 Monday morning., e within the govern- 2 Policemen Save I

signed are, mental structure of '

Claude L. Hllllard :charged the City of Starke Heart Attack Victim

Ith statutory rape. may come as a result
Henry French, charged with
irrytng a concealed firerm -. 5 HurtIn of Florida voters' Fast emergency treatment by to a call for assistance from
pistol on March 1st. approval of the Leg- Lt. Harold Crews of the Starke the Sheriff's dep.utmentaround

Kathryn Gulon, possession of islature's revision of Police Department and junior 8.30: Crews said "When we
wonshlne whiskey and containrs auxiliary policeman Dennis arrived we found Fate lying
used In the bottling of Auto the judicial article of Rhoden saved the life of Pate halfway In the bathroom
Brown Monday night the victim
wonshlne. the State Constitu
"I wiped off his forehead
of an apparent heart at
Joe Arthur Cohens, recetvW tion. tack. with a cold rag and clearedhis
stolen property; belonging to WrecksFive Brown lIon the critical mouth. lie was foamingat
:nneth ,Thompson on January City traffic courts are phasedout list at the Alachua General the mouth."
'tth., under a 1977 deadline established Hospital with his condition list "He then just seemed to
In Article 5 but
new ,
Clyde Ray Bozeman;Warren persons were Injured ed as unchanged as of noon pass off and Dennis gave him
many cities will probably discontinue
the weekend In seven auto
tieodore Yapp Charles Pat- over Wednesday mouth-to-mouth resuscitationand

.. lck..Faucett. and .( ene Stone- ,mobile accidents In Bradford, .... __ __ h_ .sooner.: .City their'..Attorne courts', George much :The City Council voted. Tuesday 1 messaged his heart."
' County; according to'the Flor. '' ) i. send Lt. Crews At the time' of '0attack.-
tan charged with escape from """ ,.' :: : ; Pierce suggested Tuesday night night' to ,
w Florida State. Prison 'Dec- Ida Highway Patrol. ,''' : that the Starke'City Council and Rhoden, a 17-year-old senior Brown,; the head jailer at the
,mber.,9: ,' Cau Hau Nguytn, 29, Gainesville ,": ( V,.. e, consider phasing out its traffic, 'at BUS: a letter of com county jail was visiting the
( mendation for their actions. house of some friends on
transferred to the .
Cullermo Jesus Toy escape c court by this August.

x>m the FSP on January 31. University with of Florida Medical serious The water, 'In .prln -l.<' Klna.ly Lak. was slightly old\ru'\: *.day and. the wind Pierce pointed out that under Crews and Rhoden responded Lafayette Street in Starke.
center' apparent
Nelson Frances Laird Jr., Injuries from a single car accident I bit>>' brisk' I but>> both' war worm enough for pretty Ester Ro, .ro to hay torn fun the new system In which all
!tempted escape from the FSP in the sun )\ misdemeanor cases will\ be
ecember 12th. near Lawtey. Nguyin was ,. handed at the county court level -
traveling north on US-301 when fine and forfeiture funds Outboard Motor
, Jlmmle R. Simmons and Solo- his 1964 Plyomouth twodoorleft from city traffic arrests made
:. Ian Hamm the larceny of a the road, struck a culvert by either city or county authorities
tick belonging to the ,state of and side-swapped a tree, according will be remitted to
lorida on December 10. to FHP Trooper R. W. Officials Eye the city. Funds from other than Thefts SuspectedTo
Joseph A. Troncoso and Pace. City traffic cases will also be remitted
onald Eugene Rewls charged No charges were filed against to the city when a city
nth assault by a state pri_ Nguyin. Damages to his car officer makes the case Pierce
er with a deadly weapon. Theo were estimated at $200. Nguyln said. Be OrganizedThree
alledgely attacked correct- was traveling about 63 mph But far more basic changesmay
oner officer Ray! Vincent Wll- according to Trooper Pace. Sewer occur than simply doing

ox, Sr.,with a piece of glassnd Two persons, Jefro Watkinsof ImprovementsA away with the city court but
a broom stick. Starke, and Dudley Melton that action will be the basisof outboard motors were stolen
Johnson, Jacksonville, were it all.With .
Berkey Sanderi; aggravated treated and released Saturday no city court the Starke off boats on the nortb side of Bedford
.sault. Sanders Is accused of from the Bradford County Hospital of Starke mayor will be relieved of his
tucking Maggie Reid on Oct-: US- search Is currently being conducted by City primary responsibility under Lake last Thursday night and the Brad-
after a collision
ber 28 with ,a butcher knif. 301 a mile south of Starke.on officials for a Federal grand to update the sewerage treat- the present structure of Starke'scity ford County Sheriff's Department Is ask

Salvador Levine and Luis Watkins was traveling 85 mph ment' ,plant and to extend the sewerage system to the Reno charter. The mayor now ing for the public's help in stoppingthe
lartinei, escape from the FSP In a 1966 Ford, according to presides over the court sessions.
a December 31., Trooper Pace, and struck the area His salary is $4 per thieves

rear of a.1964 Ford driven by Reno residents have asked The city Is already heavily rently In process of retiring conviction or bond forfeiture.The Stolen motors in Bradford "What we feel It's going to
Robert Brace escape from Johnson. for additional sewerage lines Indebted, City Attorney George three bond issues, series 1939, mayor now sits as onlyan County now average one a take to stop It Is more public
work release program Dec- Johnson's car came to rest for years, but the area requires .Pierce said. 1964 and 1966. totaling $2.9million. ex-offlclo member of the month, according to Deputy awareness. We have one defendant -
mber 29.Larry upside down In a ditch 185 feet a $30,000 pumping station "I don't know of any federal \ All were sold for In- city council; he has no vote. Sheriff Dolph Reddish and will In the county jail now
Gene Anderson Harold Terryee from the point of Impact. Wat- to lift the sewerage to the agency that would be In that provements to the utility systems Therefore. Pierce suggested not stop until the parties responsible awaiting trial, but we have been
Keene, and with L.Rogaudabough kins' car traveled 314 feet after treatment plant. The council position" said John D. Car either gas electric, or the city council should consider are caught. unfortunate in finding very little
charged es- Impact. has not been able to come up ver Jr. with the GainesvilleFHA sewer. restructuring itself Into a may physical evidence In most ca-
ape from the FSP December 9. "The problem is at least
Watkins was charged with office. The Starke sewerage plant
with that much money at one or-commissioner form of gov- see
reckless driving and with nodriver' "We'd better listen to the constructed in 1964 withthe state-wide. Reddish said,
Johnny L. McCray and Berkey time, even the Reno area has was ernment. The mayor would be believe "Xo one sees or hears
"Which leads us to anyone
anders accused of receiving license. the worst problem of any area grips than go deeper In debt major portion of funds one of the five elected cityS. that It is on an organized anything even though the motor

tolen property (outboard mo- ford Eddie High Roy School Mott student 16, a Brad-from In the city.Farmer's. Home Administration so that we said.could The never city get Is out"Pierce cur- ((5.. Page 3)) ( .., Page 8)) scale. under may be their stolen bedroom right window out from or

t 4D9 '92YXt2Y6GC''friG.I .ff + Brooker was treated and released officials from Gainesville __ __n_ In broad daylight."
their to the
explained program
Friday from the Bradford According to the sheriffs department
council It however
Tuesday night. -
I r, awn Qirirri 1967 County Chevrolet Hospital pick-up after truck his requires that the city sell particular, pattern there has to the been theftsIn no
I additional revenue certificates License Fees Killed
collided with a semitractorand and the grant portion of a pro- Occupational ; area Involved. One time it
trailer at the Intersectionof
ject does not come along until is on one end of the county:
SR-18 and SRS-231 near and the next time the other
construction Is almost com
I Brooker. pleted. Considers New OrdinanceAgreed end. The motors which gen-
i The pickup driven by Mott, County erally range in the 9-10 hp
was traveling north on SRS- "We want a grant withoutthe class, have been stolen from
231 and the semi was travelingeast city going further in debt. yards off boats docked, onshore

I on SR18. Mott made a Until October 1, 1973 Bradford slon authority to pass an occupational says. at the request of In boat houses and from
left turn off SRS-231 onto SR- businessmen will not have license fee until October Undecided whether or not to Mllo Petaka, director of social under carports.
18 and collided with the semi, Juveniles to purchase occupational li- 1, 1973 though It cannot attempt to establish a county health, and health education Most of the motors are being -
Your I according to FHP Trooper S. censes so Tax Collector J. R. exceed the 1971 level.The county occupational license fee forone of the Health Planning stolen at night and accord-
HospitalBy P. Burnett. Kelly Informed the County Commission under present Chapter 205, year, the commission asked Council of the Jacksonville Area Ing to Deputy Reddish, thereIs
Shopping At ArrestedTwo Monday. is also given authority to collect Shaw, the board's attorney, to to appoint a five member a strong Indication the suspects -
-, Mott\ was charged with failure the license fee for Its review the new law and recommend local Health Planning Council are using water as their
t to yield the right-of-way The 1972 Legislature rewrote Incorporated towns and rebatethe to the commission The local committee would means of transportation
TilE HOSPITALITYGIFT. Gerald Walter Cuynn of Starke juveniles are In Chapter 205 of the Florida Statute city's share. whether to establish an occupational work with Jacksonville Area "At night Is the time wmost
'SHQP Worthington Springs driver of the Bradford County Jail attar the chapter dealing with Or If the towns prefer, they license fee. committee in studying/ possible need the public's help,"Reddish
the semi, was charged with the BP service station In occupational licenses, long a can levy their own occupational The county budgeted $3,545 new programs and seeking fundIng said. "Due to our limited a-
Op.rat.d By having an Improper Starke was broken into early traditional money raising tool license fee as the City of of revenue from occupational for county; health programs. mount of manpower and the
Thursday morning, April 27, of cities and counties
Starke has done for years and license fees In Its 1971-72 bud-
Mott's -Asked Commissioner Ralph large area to be covered, night
to pickup was
Bradford Damage and two cars stolen.
County estimated at $1,000 and to the A car belonging to Edmond "It's a purely a money raising is still doing.According get and has collected: 3109. Bryan, a duPont employee, to ly surveillance Is virtually Im
Hospital/ Auxiliary semi at$600. Tenley of South Orange Street tax now," said Rep. Gene to the copy of the Under the old law the county ask his firm If a$2,000 donation possible
i new law received by Collector kept a third of tile licensefee As
Shaw whose floor amendmentto from DuPont can be saved for an additional incentative,
in the hoursThursday
Newly Restocked : Al Vernon Foxworth 49, was stolen early and later limit occupational license Kelly a city presently levy- and remitted two-thirds use on Flume Road after SR- rewards are being offered In
j Hampton was treated and released morning Edwards RoadIn fee to its 1971 level was passed Ing an occupational license tax to the state. 230 traffic Is no longer diverted many Instances.
And : from BCH Friday after recovered on Shaw continue to do so. But If Kelly says he Is uncertain The
Rearranged by the Legislature. says may because the company is public should report y
e." a single car accident at 10:05: Starke.At Chapter 203 was amended several a city law Is now consistentwith It, under new Chapter 205, the while moving suspicious activities as soon
Per Your six miles of Starke on approximately the same would have to remit blocking highway
Convenience p.m. county
the current state
of the
times on the floor Its dredge and wet mill. as ;possible Certain precau-
US-301. Foxworth was travelIng time Thursday the BP service 205 the fee must be revampedby any of the fee to the state.
north on US-301 when his station was broken Into House in a successful effortto The commission said It will tions can be taken by the pub-
C.1r .-.' 1968 Oldsmobile station and a car belonging to Carl gut what was considered by October 1 1. 1972 or the license Clerk Merrill Edwards said maintain the dirt road throughIts lic to stop the thief.

m ran across the oUch, strikinga wagon Lamar Johns was stolen. It many legislators to be a bad fee cancelled. Tuesday that the City of Starke present heavy use then According to Deputy; Reddish,
Community( telephone pole and turning was later recovered In Keystone revision of the chapter. "It's surely a'' mess" Kelly has received no word of the improve It after traffic has tile biggest factor Involved Is.
$tut 'ank Ij over, according\ to Trooper Heights. Current Chapter 205 will no said Monday attempting to explain Chang In Chapter 203. He said diminished availability "Most of the motors
,r Pace According to Deputy Dolph) doubt be rewritten by the 1973 the new law to the com the city will keep on charging -Was told,by Bryan that at ,r* sitting In at least assmlisolated
-___ 'I_. -.. u. Foxworth was charged with Reddish of the Bradford County Legislature he told the com mission. Rep. Shaw said although occupational license fees the recent county commissioners area. -
.s ADOOO careless driving Damage to Sheriff's Department the mission. he "half wrote" the new convention In Daytona If persons' are able to' re-
P..... ra1_ a.,u..c.,.. his car was estimated at $t,- two youths are now In die county But the temporary measure Chapter 205 he will have to see In other action Monday the
':: 800. ; jail charged with both thefts. does give the county commls- what the finished bill actually Commission; (S.. Pag 8)) (See Pag 8))
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Participate In Memorial PARTY SetAyPrisonFor :>>
Mr. Mainor/ The luncheon and card party ,

GainesvilleMr. Jubilee Events Services Held scheduled for May 7 in the year May 11-13
In book has been postponed until
May 12 the Junior-Senior f .
One Confederate
hundred and thirty-five Memorial services Prom will be heldon the earlier The Ornamental Horticulture
and Mrs. J. H. Eddyof Girl leaders and .
Scouts: pa- were held Sunday after-
date. Section of the Florida State Prison
Waldo announce the mar- ents from Bradford Lake
the Countyarea noon at Crosby cemetery
school will its 12th
Mrs. T.Lt Norwood 475- present
riage of their daugher Bonnie attended and at 4 o'clock under the
'' Annual Flower Show 11
and J. Azzle wll- on May ;,
fa Mrs.
Shlanne to Carroll Lamar Mai- In the 60th 4i + 1330
of the W.T. Weeks
Anniversary Girl pices chapter
llama, 475-1130: will accept reservations J2L.and 13. ,
of L. W. Mai-
nor, son Mrs. UDC.
Scout Jubilee held at the Col- ,
for bridge. Mrs. The show which is the crownIng -
nor and the late Mr. Mainor
iseum In Jacksonville on Sun- ., John Bird, 473-4709 will take achievement of inmates In
of Gainesville.The .j Mrs. Lester Crews, rstvlce.pre.ldent
took Saturday day. April 30. reservations for canasta and this section,of, the Educational
wedding place the address
The outer concourse of the i scrabble. Department and attracts hundreds -
APrll15lat 3 p.m. in the coliseum held exhibitsof of welcome followed by
many of visitors each
First : Gainesville arts crafts and other ac- the singing of America by the Co-Chairmen,of the card par- year.
with Rev. Fred T.Laughs Ivlties of Girl Scouts. Caoetr group. Mrs. George Roberts ty are Mrs. H.'t Smith and Mrs.R. Show hours are: Thursday,

performing the nuptial. Dr. Troop 520, led by Mrs. Leon r -j Sr. led the salutes to the U.S. Wolfe, with the following May 11, 12 noon to 9 p.m?
Tommy Ruth Waldo organist Cheek had a display on "My and Confederate flags, and Rev. hostesses: Mrs. C. King, Mrs. Friday May 12,, 9 a.m. to 9
presented a program of nuptial Country" with automatic color John Flynn gave the invocation.Mrs. J. Kodatt Mrs. F. Koons. Mrs.F. p.m.; :Saturday: May 13, 9 a.m.
music. slides and tape recording.Mrs. Ludwig Mrs. L. i-ydlck,and to 12 noon. -
the altar Roberts read the Divisions of the show will Include
Decorating were Durrance-VVtoeefer Cheek was assisted at the namesof Mrs. R. Lambing.
baskets of white chrysanthemums exhibit by Annie Dean Grace the Confederate deadwhoare The committee will appreciate : orchids ,,In bloom begonias -
and gladioli against a To Wed June 30 Carter and Debra Coleman. resting In Crosby Lake Ceme reservations being dish''' gardenia plants
background of palms and Junior Troop 605, led by Mrs. Grace Ann TynerTo tery. Mrs.. J.E. Wilson as a made In advance to help plan In wood, coleus,- bonsai land-
Miles branched candelabra with white Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Durranceof M.G. Boyce Jr. had an exhibiton Wed Mr. Green Real Daughter of,the Confederacy for the luncheon servings need- scape plants>and others. '
placed a wreath In red M.B.' Jordan,!head of the Or-
tapers. with ed.
New Hampton Beach announcethe "Citizenship, a history
Date Announced Eddie Smith attended as best engagement of their of Bradford County; and live On June 10th white and blue colors at the Thls luncheon and party will namental Horticulture Department
man and Harry Eddy and Ben- Pamela Sue, to Paul strawberry plants. base of the monument honoring be for the benefit of the Schol- says that 140 men I have
M and Mr. Claude A.Mor- gie Franklin were ushers. daughter Robert ,Wheeler, son of Mr. Forty-one Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Z.S. Tynerof the veterans of the War bet- arship Fund been released from this pro-
gan utnounce the approaching Miss Linda Eddy served as and Mrs. Herschel F. Wheeler girls participated In a pageantof Wlldwood, announce the ween the States. gram since began I and only 13:
mal :age of her daughter She- maid of honor, wearing a floral of Starke. the past 60 years In girl engagemont of their daughter, W.B. McKInney gave a FFWC CONVENTIONThe of them. have returned to prison -
rid Ann Grlffls. to Nell yellow green and apricot The wedding will be an eventof scouting and a glimpse Into the Grace Ann, to Timothy Allen violin solo. annual convention of the .
Elw d Miles, son of Mr; and organza skirt with an apricottop June 30 at 8 p.m. at Bethel future. Members Troop 614, Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J.W. Klncald program Florida Federation of Woman's
Mn. ?Hwood E. Miles of Lake and long puff sleeves. She Baptist Church with a reception bV of; Lee Roy Green, of Brooker. chairman Introduced R, A. Clubs was held at Clearwaterin
City; Miss Crlffis is also thedaug.d wore an apricot picture hat following. led Mrs Eaves R.S. Mulling and Miss Tyner graduated from Green, Sr. who presented Ms April. Mrs. Earl Voyles,
air of the late Millard M. and carried a yellow rosebud All friends and relatives of Mrs. A.J. and Troops Wlldwood High School and attended son, R.A. Green Jr., who gave Mrs. A.Z. Williams, Mrs. T.
Grit 'lof\ Stark.. with streamers.The 448 & 471, led by Mrs. W. F. Stetson University In the address of the afternoon.He Norwood and Mrs. R. Griffin
Th wedding will take placeon bride given in marriageby the couple are Invited to at- Rouse formed a part of the Deland. She Is employed by the spoke of the valiant soldiers on attended as representatives of
.l tY 26 at 7 p.m. In the her father, wore a white tend. Chorus,and members! of Troop Florida Telephone CorporationIn both sides who fought for a the Keystone Club. Mrs.

Ch ..h of Jesus Christ of Lat dacron polyester organza gownin tlI4 and 'troop 605 the latter Leesburg.Mr. cause they thought was right., Voyles accepted the Honor / ,J .,
ter v y Saints In Starke.M an empire silhouette with Phi led by Mrs. M. G. Boyce Jr., Green graduated from William George and Miss Score Certificate that was presented
ii Crtffls Is a 1971 graduate bands of Venlse lace with a Beta Sigma partlcpated In the "Starke Bradford High School and .Is Carol Hardy sang a duet accompanied to the club. f J '
of fc !lord High School. Watteau chapel train. Her lace Has Founder's Strawberry Festival Parade" employed with the Seaboard by Mr. McKinney, ,
Mi Miles Is a 1969 graduateof cap secured her fingertip veil the girls being dressed In costumes Coast Line Railroad In Wild- violinist. Mr. George then led LIBRARY TEA
C umbla High and Is now and she carried a bouquet of Day BanquetAt from a number of years wood. the group In singing Cod Bless, The annual Open House and ,. .- --
empt lei by the Division of yellow rosebuds with a yellow ago, and carrying place cards of The wedding will take placeIn America." Tea at the Keystone Heights I
Transit' ortatlon In Lake City. throated orchid In the center.A huge strawberries. Miss Don- the First Presbyterian Mrs. Kincaid closed the service Library was sponsored by the Jvft\Y''
All lend and relatives are reception was held In the a Founder's Day Celebra- na Prevatt. Strawberry, Queen Church of Wlldwood on June by thanking all those who Woman's Club. Twenty-five II I .1'1Ir Q
Invitr o to attend the wedding and church where Mrs. M. A. Allen tion on Saturday evening April was a special guest of the Girl 10 at 8 p.m. All friends and relatives participated on the program. visitors signed the guest book. 'i
rece' : >n. greeted guests at the door. 29, members of Beta Sigma Scouts as she led them In their are Invited to attend the Refreshments were served by lotbp.r1": ''t.
Arrangements of yellow roses Phi sorority and their husbands part of the parade. wedding and the reception following Little WomenSet the hostesses, Mrs. F. Stevens .:\
chrysanthemums and bridal enjoyed a buffet supper, and Special guests from this area the and Mrs. E. Dempsey. '
ceremony. DY
\ ;CS Elects wreath were used against dancing. attending the Jubilee were Mrs. InstallationThe 6 1 '; }i
background of palms and Mrs. Philip Clark who was V.J. Spengler Mrs. Randy ANNUAL MEETING .. :J
,t. vv! President elected "Girl of the Year" Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb -
branched l candelabra.The by Chairmen of standing committees hj"/
Little Women's Club will
bride' table was covered fellow members of the sorority Johns, and Mrs. Theron A. Miss Dawn Lamb and John are reminded that reports (.....Jr'
Mr. E.L. Matthews was ele- with Yawn, Jr.Parties. Crews attended _the Johnny Install officers for the coming
with pin
a yellow linen cloth and was presented a 8 o'clockat are due at the annual r
Monday night at
cted esldent of the Meth- centered with a three-tiered by Mrs. Virginia Darby dir- Cash' Show a| the Coliseum year the club house. meeting on Tuesday, May 9, -.-- \
odist V/SCS at the general meeting wedding cake flanked by two ector of the chapter. Friday night. at 2 p.m. : --

held Tuesday morning In silver candelabra with burning The sorority will meet Monday Given ------ -
the sanctuary. tapers. Punch was served from May 8, at 7:30; p.m. at
Mrs. A.J. Eaves, the retiring two silver bowls on the punch the home of Mrs. C.W. Slade For Miss Cuttino,
president who has served for table. 951: E. Southgate Drive. Installation BrideelectMiss
the P> it three years was pre After a wedding trip to the of new officers will
sentee ,nth a cIfto Smoky Mountains the coupleIs be conducted at this meeting. I
? Durf f the business session, residing in CaloesuUle,.*, Melody Cuttino, whose
the so ety voted to contribute where the bride Is enrctov d r"!: marriage to Ronnie Kirkland ,
'SO the --conditioning (ttttdtor"< the Alachua City pcp3ftrti mt by'rl; trjdctl; Shower I..4 will .takeI'plaea In June, was I
the Fe wshlpllall. of Social Servlte*;"'and Mr. For Eleanor Lee honored at'.two\ parties on Sat- .
A pr ram on Africa waa Malnor is an adjuster for All- urday. ,
present I by Mrs. Eaves. state insurance Monday NightMiss Mrs. L.N. PickeringandMre.N.M. .
Hatcher Jr. entertainedat "i
Sale Days

G age Sale Birthday Party Eleanor Lee, whose Cuttino a luncheon at the -home honoring of, the Miss lat thru Thuri.May4 Man, '

Cc tinned By For Connie MoodyLittle marriage to Ben Moody will be ter.Upon her arrival Miss Cut- M.y8 7 MayORESS
an event of May 27, was honored -
We unsC/ub/ Connie Mooday cele- at a bridal shower Mon tino was presented with a cor- I

brated her fifth birthday Sat- day night given by Mrs. Dwight sage.The twelve guests were seatedat / ....
IL8 Life Departmentof Johns Miss
The / Elder Miss Emily .
I Iirke Woman's Club urday April 22 given by her Glen Hicks card tables covered with (
the Janel Titus and Mrs.
mother Mrs. lalark Moody, at white embroidered and cutwork
will con: ale Its garage sale at the home of the latter on
this Thr *day, Friday and their home on SR-100. Call Street.A cloths, centered with crystal F2 est "
table IV a
Saturday May/ 4-6 from 9 a.m The refreshment with carosel birth-was swans holding pink watsonla ,' ::1
to I PJI at 150: W. Call St. centered a lilac and pink color and dusty miller.
This w be the last week.. day cake. The 25 youngsters scheme was carried out In the Sharing In this affair were ;
played In the yard and were given Mrs. Myldred Cuttino motherof I" .
end and 1 members having party decorations. The refreshment ) I ,> '
party favors. table was covered the brlde-elect.nd Mrs., 4 ,
articles donate are asked to Connie's.grandmother \ \ .
Assisting were A.W. mother of the
do so as 11 proceeds will go : with a lace cloth over pink Kirkland \ rt
to benef! the Building Fund. son and aunt, Mrs.t'ALalloeWilliams linen spring and floral centered arrangement.The with a bridegroomelect.The hostesses.presented the NEW ..

of Ormond Beach. honoree with the cream pitcher POLYESTER
Sonc Thomton hostesses presented the In her chosen china pattern.

rs- e11ra as honoree a memento with an of electric the occasion mixer 'On Saturday night Mrs. J.E. % t t+ LATEST STYLE DRESSES IlVr

Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Carr I Hardy, Mrs. C.H. worthy, d"
and Mrs. J.A. Griffin gave a ; Many new fashionable ,
Sanders announce engage- Trade.- i/zenbee-Pons/ bridal shower at the home of I I styles (In the newest fashIon / ,
ment of their daughter colors. Dresses with
Faye to Ralph Allen Thorn the latter on Wilson Road honoring P layers & pleated skirts.
ton, son of Mr. and Mrs W. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Row. Engagement Told Miss Cuttino. / Patriotic trims of Red- '
J. Thornton all of Starke. Starke, announce the birth of Mrs. Griffin greeted guests rgrt Whlte-esSueslfPetiteSizes.
a daughter Teresa Louise on at the door and presented them \ Junior .
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lizenbee to the receiving line composedof
26 In Bradford County
Miss Sanders Is a April
announce the engagement of the honoree; her mother i'' 1
Mr..Thorn Hospital. J
Bradford High.
toJohnny I
their daughter Shirley, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino; Mrs.
ton is employed at Starte Appliance -- r Pons of Mr. and Mrs. /
son A.W. Kirkland. mother of the t i
June Center 23 wedding of Starke.A planned.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombwere J.T. Pons of Hawthorne.The bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. F. i $ 99 ;
camping and fishing at Wedding date will be an- B. Beard, grandmother of the t

Ozello over the weekend. nounced later honoree. f \
Arrangements of'pink petunias TO i
and red roses were used I
I In decorating. The refreshment -

With The t table was covered with ,,
Enjoy Cooking I a linen cutwork cloth and '

: centered with an arrangementof
I red and pink roses. Mrs. 1
Magic Of Magic Chef I Cuttino presided at the punchbowl
I and Mrs. W.B. Mundy
I assisted In serving.. PANTY HOSE % Beautiful Lace, Embroidered rr
: The hostesses presented the No bjft-No .J4, nude htrtl in qua Trims. 1
I honoree with a book of poemsas alt.,stretch nylon, B..q.. '
I memento of the occasion. .up. ipia.. navy. ,. 7 1 1
a a. whit Sm" p t.-mtd a / f
: Fifty guests were Invited between mod tall <= '
I the hours 7:30 and 9:30 IIIG.1.I7 84 ';
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OVEN WINDOW AND LIGHT Sh.-r from waist''I to to*. GOWNS AND
I DUPLICATE BRIDGE Nude het l & tow In basic ,
GREAT AUTOMATIC I WINNERS A. .faihion, hadct Small- : / 2 PC. BABY DOLL
I Mn. L \\I Strum and John R JO. 1.00Qu 88 ,, ,

.. : Mussollne were the. winning '
-- -- hot '1 ', '1' w
couple at Duplicate Bridge Mn tiff panty with hj >
I nuns hwl, Rtmlorcd, crotch i -rp.n.L ---..
No wonder 90 of all 'Tuesday Mrs. Edward $188
;1 % Professional night. l fiVIRel & ttiup SlI IIX2X3X4X .
Burns and T. A., Sundem were )( )(, ) uns to M, sg.
Chefs cook with : second and Mrs. F. J, Shaw 54'lup''
J RIa1.N S 166 ; i No ii on cottone.Fabulous .
and Mrs. Harry Mooty were
I % I I Nylons,K: 'lat" .
I third. I aperm.prMt,
I selection of ,i / .Pstel&f.eldonperma : :
I 'I 1 th.d.j, B bydolli
T I THE BRADFORD -press ,?j. t. S'M L .
COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,E'' dusters wall, e own rag,
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: $19900 r.bllekeevery 1'bnd117 Rta $ A 100 r r
Can Street '." -
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Mark, Florida SZM1Seeead AND
: No Iron cottons & cotPANTIES Rt0 ;'al.aa 3,011 $loa, YOUCAN
class. .ai>a.e paid ton blends. Snap front oil
'a& SUifce, Flawfcta coffee coats. Solid Fine acetate tricot elastic' leg briefs with dour CHARGE
colors. Denims & ble crotch. Guaranteed for 1. full yearcolonprints
Rates Reg. and extra &white. Reg.&extra sizes. iTE''

Slade Gas And Appliances !.S.6sedetie Irate area $.N per sizes.

yes! K.TS sis .BMaUw.OvtUdo .

I: .rjreariCLMtxi trace area. s.efatbe SU -* QUALITY COMES FIRST THEN ,OUR LOW PRICESr i IS .
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 p ,

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Mlsi Elizabeth Goldwire of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morrison t .
Waycross Ge. was a Thurs of Leesburg visited Mrs. rar
day .to Monday visitor of Mr. Henry Morrison Sunday.
And Mrs.* Ubert Goldwire. --

Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Sr. r
Mr. and
her son-in-law
daughter of Lakeland visl- John l ..r.rI.
ted her parents' Mr. and Mrs. i 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. '
Pare, In Boca Raton last week. r
Herbert Thomas, over the II .
Mrs. Pare was In an automobile -
weekend. i iI accident Monday of last M

Mrs. Viola Leo of Mobile, week and was hospitalized

Ala. Is visions her sister,Mrs. until Friday. ,I

Vergle Flynn. Indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook Gos- i

,I sett and family. of Mobile Ale
Mrs. J.E. Hardy spent Monday lt> 1
to'l11urldaywlthllerdauglltel were Friday to Monday guests
\ Miss Jayne, Hardy, In At : of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early. r"'R '.. ...
lanta. r

Mrs. H.G. Bollinger was in .. ,1. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steln- 1a Baxley Ga. last Thursday and iJ r'1
meyer, Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Friday on business. Staff Sergeant Charles M. duate of Bradford High School. r r J.
Herlong Mr. and Mrs. Mark (Mike) Devrlck son of Mr. and His wife, JoAnn, Is the daugh- 4\.
Herlong. all of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. Ruby Britt and ion.Ray, Mrs. Denver R. Devrlck, of ter of Mrs. Kin Carver of
Sunday guests of mrs. of Ocala wore weekend guestsof Starke, has received the U.S. Palatka.
Lucy Herlong.Mr. / n i l 1'l,, Mrs. T.D. Dyal. 1 Air Force Commendation

Medal at Mountain Home AFB,
and Mrs. E.W. Hayes arty Mrs. Ethel Elierbee of Pan- Idaho. Marine Cpl. William E. ,e :
were In Winter Ga. over the ama City Is spending) .a month Sergeant Devrlck was decora- Cruce son of Mrs. Gertrude 4
weekend visiting their granddaughter with her mother. Mrs. T. D. ted for merltorius service as a Cruce, and husband of the .. t 0
Dyal and have been visiting former Miss Carol D. Crlffls
Mrs.Jimmy Thrasher data processing specialist at
and Mr. Thrasher. Hello, May I Help You Maurice Dyal, who is a Charleston AFB S.C.. both of Lawtey has reportedfor HOORAY FOR DENIM!-That's how the average American
patient in. the Gainesville VA He is now assigned at duty with the Second Mar- girl feels about cotton denim blue jeans and 1972 Maid of
George Hugglns attendedthe Hospital. Mountain Home in a unit of the ine Division the Marine Corps Cotton Debbie Wright naturally cottons to jeans too. In-
Gainesville District Methodist \ Girls from the secretarial block at the Vo.Tech Tactical Air Command which Base In Camp Lejeune, N.C. cluded in her travel wardrobe are blue jeans embroideredwith
Layman's retreat at center worked at various businesses. ,throughout the Ambassador and Mrs. H. H. provides combat units for air A 1967 graduate of Bradford bright red and yellow stars. They're teamed here witha
Camp Kulaqua over the week- county last 'week in an effort to gain on the fob.xp.ri.nc. Smith of Delray Beach were support of U.S. ground forces High School. Starke he Joinedthe nautical-inspired cotton knit shirt.
end. Mrs. Huggins visited Mr. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. The sergeant Is a 1967 Marine Corps In November
.. This the first that the future greMr
year (tune, and it
was usually okay
John of
and Mrs. EarlJeftords In High Myers. 1969. Not only docs 11)72 1! Maid
secretaries have gone out Into the community but It Cotton Debbie Wright speak with her father to bring home
Springs. Is planned to be an annual offal,. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley or disconnecting, always grasp up for cotton as the natural. I anything of cotton "If It
Randall Goolsby, son of Frank 'were vacationing last week at and Mrs. Bill Harrington the plug not the cord. The fiber, but she also spins n Rood wasn't cotton, though I had to
celebrated his first Horse Shoe. and daughter Shannon, of Key- plug at the wall should be disconnected yarn about the research going. wait and see how the d.iy wenton
Coolsby afternoon Miss June Harding of AtlantaIs Local admittances to Brad- stone Heights and Mrs. C.N. before the controlis on in the industry.; the farm before I could
birthday Wednesday and ford County Hospital this week Starke removed from the frypan. Neither those points comes bring it homo."
his visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Christy; of attended a
of last week when grand- as surprise, however bl'CUWR'tlw
Include Miss Beth Wlmberly Clean the removable controls a In the interest of ecologyfonsuiiiiTii .
Darents. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Mrs. T.B. herding, for two Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. recital at the Friday Musicale job is 11 natural for the 22year -
weeks. Mrs. Ethel Thomas, Mrs.Ella L.M. Stoner In Ocala Sunday.Mr. auditorium Sunday afternoon In with a damp cloth but never and particularly!
for him old Texas Tech graduate
Goolsby a party those who make
gave the
Moody<< William J. Dodd Mrs. which Shannon Immerse In water. Store when up youth
participated. She cotton Turin
and five little friends RandallIs Brow up on n marketare. buying colton
Oster and Mrs. ( more -
Mrs. W.F. Lola Ernest Jones
Moorehead and Mrs. Douglas Bald- at Tahoka on the South Plains
and items. The
also the grandson of Mr. cool.Use search Is for the
Mrs. Merrill Jones. The Hoyt Jones sisters are patients and Elliott Westfall, all of win and family of Inverness Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Meridian steam vents as needed. of Texas whore n large por- natural.! "Cotton, is the ideal
Ice In Alachua General Hos- Starke; William lIerse Doyle visited Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Miss spent last week with Vents should usually be open tion of the nation's cotton cropis natural fiber" Debbie nil vs.
enjoyed cream
youngsters pital. Mrs. Oster suffered a Godwin and Mrs. Mary F.Klm- Baldwin,, Sr. Sunday. her parents Mr. and Mrs.B.C. when browning; closed for harvested. "It's Irrshrr and! crisper and it ,
and cake.
birthday heart attack last week and ble, Lake Butler Dukes and family Mr.Edwards steaming of foods. Debbie's cotton-farming(clad has the real clean look I like, ;
Mrs. Jones was Injured In a Mrs. Ben Hall was admittedto Joined the family over the week-* Use the correct type of mix- Bryan Wright instilled! in hera It even looks. clean in u pair '
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt fierce \ to the natural "
fall at home. Mrs. C. H. Dawklns> and Alachua General Hospitallast end. ing utensils (spoons or spatulas loyally of blue Jeans. !
of Bonlfay visited his mother, fiber that provided! their live
daughter of Jacksonville were ) according to the inside A bluc-c,l'd blond, Debbiewas
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, on Sunday. San- Thursday for observationand lihood. She says Kluhas been a dean H list scholar '
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sunday visitors of her parents finish. Some types of finishes as a
treatment.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Braswell buying her clothes on the basis
economics major at
ders are In St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- returned last Thursday from will scratch or. pit If care of cotton content for u long( Texas Tech
Tuesday to Friday where Mr. man. The Nollmans went backto and Mrs. James Barron a month's tour of the Holy Land is not taken.
Griffin of Och-
Mrs.John W.
Sanders Is attending the Work- Jacksonville with Mrs. Daw-
visited Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bar- and Greece. They also spent
lochnee Ga. spent several Miss days man's Compensation Rehabilitation kins and spent the night. ron and Mr. and Mrs. Polo several days In England before
this week with her sister
Conference.Dr. .
Lillian Stump. Mrs. Nan Erchberger and Lacayo in Tallahassee over the returning home.

H.H. Adams Clyde Ter- Mrs. J.R. Setzler of Laurens weekend.
Mr. >and Mrs. Kenneth Tyus Jim Godwin and John S.C. were guests of Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Turner GOING OUT
and family of Savannah Ga. B. Mundy last Sunday to Mrs. John Watson HI spent and family and Mrs. Bern\
visited Mr. and Mranth.. K. Watson are spending this weekat Thursday. They visited Cypress the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Reddish visited Mrs. W. T.Brlnson .
Tyus over tho weekend. The Carolina Inn In Pine- Gardens and Disney John Adams and baby daughterIn who is seriously ill,
hurst, N.C. World while here. Athens Ga. and Mr. Brinson in Valdosta,

. Ga. on Sunday.
"' .- . ,. OF BUSINESS

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-+; it's a woman's

1 1 ALONE '" j( fJffWb .

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,I I, .. f. 1 By Martha Sue,,McCain 'l';! 1". ;' ..
; '' '"i County Extension .
: wmsssmSuper =
:; : -r1 Home Economics Agent ...

Mother's Day Just around
the corner and maybe you are
considering an electric frypan. Baldwin Store
Sure It can be used to fry Grocery
chicken, simmer a casserole
or even bake a cake, but that .

. G// mourest. the Super Buy of 1912 do."dutch"is far Call from skillet it all or buffet a multicooker frypan skillet can-, U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE. "FLA. 1/4 MILE N. OF STL'CKKY'S'

.) it Is a real helper in numerous -
The ease of moving -
\ the versatile functions, and :

, ..; the attractive appearance are All Stock At
I, : combined to give the housewife -
" much service and pleasure -
'i. r e 7!9 95 Quilted I.;I .
To get the most pleasureand
} '.'
service from your frypan:
Spend a little time thoroughly Cost Or Below
examining the appliance and
reading the use-and-care book-
let supplied by the manufacturer -
Be sure you know how
,a C9r 5 aill.k to use the temperature control
c unit to the best advantage.Con- STORE F IXTURESFURNITURE
trolled heating frees you from
constant attention to the food.
Frypans usually give a wide
t i ? w' 1 ft temperature range for flexible
cooking 025 to 450 degrees F.) IN
Discover what features your
particular model may have. Is
there a warming tray? Can you
adjust the lid to several tilt !
yQ.l positions for serving conven- LIVING QUARTERS
Twin or Full Six* lence? Does the lid have steam |
Mattress or Box Spring QUEEN SIZE 189.95 vents? Are the controls detachable -
Inner-spring or Foam Rubber
KING SIZE 259.95SAVE so the unit can be
'r.w..u--IoM In w.M.
1 immersed for ease In cleaning -
: Know the material and finish -

$40 A SET! problems of your Involved.appliance Your and care fry- BESTOFFER

be made of aluminum -
pan may

', .: .., ...;.. .', '.1 colored, polished porcelain stainless enamel steelor
{!": .:' ::' '' : :. ': r
.i ;: ; '" EXTRA FIRMFASHION Be sure you clean it often and I

,:-i: ,/:, ." ,:':..:. DESIGN ALL PUFF-QUILTED COVER : ;, well to prevent an almost Invisible I
tY: >.>.: FOAM SPACE-AGE EXTRA FIRM .j film of grease the splatters .
from forming on ap I
pliance.To .
10 YEAR GUARANTEE :k' properly use and care for 4
Only this box spring ,Is.., CLIMATIZED. NO MOLD. MILDEW OR ODORS ) your electric frypan: I

1 .ALL...-FOAM..,No tnst run oil...-.firm IQUMhy M Mppon.pingi, oar-w.I........' ..f your NON-SAG CONSTRUCTION ,r,'.t Don't very hot pour frypan.cold water This could intoa WILLB

2 Hs4 wood.....duty.tow fat tang Y.w..1-N..Nry-k.. ). CORRECT SLEEPING COMFORT UNIT cause warping.
MuMmH. .d f Mr t..,......--..-.-- ADJUSTS AND SUPPORTS TO MEET Don't) try to clean while the
3 .... ... ....
illint (W- "- THE SLEEPER'S NEEDS Is still warm. Allow it
The ....-.l. ftoftMV turn -.M NINA tnt...I1.w..Nl.I FtNM. CLIMAFOAM-....*..totmtitM. ...ad..Np.I.- to cool completely. U Y
Don't disconnect the control
from the frypan while It Is
COAST TO COAST still "on".
Don't place in water unlessIt .

j 1 3 Zu-a Don't says "Immerilble"put pan in .an oven.

Oven heat may damage the Sell AH Or By The
plastic handle legs and sensitive -

QomDenmark Furniture Co. Of Starl>v eOUTFITTEa Don't control overheat parts.or warm for

prolonged time. Piece
Don't hit or bend the con-
trol unit. probe.
Keep the outside of the try-
I ;' .;.. Pan as clean as you will the
'.M inside. Clean after each use.
Put hot water and detergent Baldwin Grocery Store
in the frypan; heat for a few
FLORIDA minutes; detach heat controls,
134'W. CALL ST. -PHONE: : 964:5I27 STARKE let soak until cool; rinse clean
I 1' iI'r' Good for stubborn stains. U.S. 301 NORTH STARKE. FLA.
Remember when connecting QOOOQO< Oex3

May 4, 1972 Telegraph Page 3


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,Area Newsy Y '-'''; .,

ly 8reb.: V. FvweU

tie while to Item get to of me Interest down AtMLLirTEl I
grapevine. I Just learned c'-TT
ids week that Mrs. Movny _
of Hampton woo are ribbonsat ,
die Alachua County. Fair. f
And I JOt( dI (How did that
t4ecd* of paper get there?) Oar
Faulkner I _
inft* Bradford Com b SpellIng 9H1!
Be at th* MIddle School
la Starke several weeks*ago.

In response to your requests yF
the Rampton Elementary School t
gay me their honor roll this 6 EEF PE04 '
week u tbllowsi PRICES GOOD THRU Quanityeiights; )
Mrs. Barr lit Grader (A) ,
D.J. Blddlck. Jeff Van Ek. _- WINN-DIXie A ,I
; (A A JJ) Irene Todd Bobby COPYRIGHT 9f9NC.
I Contois Marty; Rhoden, DougClover
I Barbie Koon. Jimmy !, ? Star
Joyiwr.Mr*..Ef' 1Nwortb' .2nd GradeA "" ;Nab CHEK ALL FLAVORS s As Z7 us $
( l> B) Waliy Faulkner Brl- r wRS
aette Smith. AUyon ware, n"IgiJ SIX OR
Jan Kimberly .
Mrs. Denmark, '3rd Grade: tor 5 i SOFT -
(A t B).Debbie Parmenter,
Kelly I Slade. .
Mrs. Goldman. 4th GradeA MATCH"FOR ,
( & B) Scot Clark Theresa .n.IM i --
Cosnell, Timmy Jones, Craig

Scott Mrs., Mike Register' Simmons.5th Grade vi P te D RI N KS its i t j1d SAVE 29 r net/s-... Cant BLUE BAY ;
(M) Jay Faulkner. (A A B) YI
Cassl RIddlck. Cindy VanEelt.M. .
y Tuna Fish
... Zimmerman (A.) Roy .
Hart Valerie Jones.- Billy ,
KimberI). (A 4 B)Amy Davis ryru 111 SAVE 14e 12-oz. Cam THRIFTY MAIDLuncheon '
Barbara Benchoyskjv Angelo '
Algiers, Can Rhoden JanMerrbnan. t1lle so rS .
BRIDAL. .SHOWER -.m I'M'' eaP Tn ;fry A5 Meat .

Donna Fay Crawford,daughter $ IY18/d SAVE 17c '''6.oz. Con THRIFTY MAID' .
of Mr.. and Mrs. D. H. Mod '

bridal Crawford shower,'' was given honored by the at women a Grapefruit Juice: ) :'

of tile First Christian 1 ,-: t .l.
15 'wx
Church pf Hampton. *, '..t
m'IMoll (
12-oz. -- 46oz. Can vTHRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE OR -.. W '
,.The1.1!gin table, topped by a aalerM : ..
,large white and orchid umbrella CANS 'l- ; \ :

comers-with' : ribbon, was wrapped streamers piled gifts high to from withbeaUtuUl1r its sanw Tomato Juice <. ,f: <.:. ;t"1;i .'

tile 30 guests, and many'who H '
couldn't attend., "r'w! SLICED PEp
Cakes decorated with Icing rny'IMdi .
umbrella followed the white. and .
ovcMd color scheme, IAdIIMti TM I TT MAIO' tUt SAVI 4fI -
,' !* 4IZI A1TO
Z-/ >
The bride-to-be, wearinga ItN Green Beans
whit dress trimmed In orchid Fruit Cocktail 1
'was given a matching i '*. iilf .
corsage by Mrs.Francis Wads- MleTl r mrlfle PMI) 1 THIMfTV MAIO,
worth. 14
Her gifts are on display at Catsup 1rlllNeF
the home of her grandparents. -: :;;;:;:::;
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall. m'IMt///
i Miss Crawford and Robert
Leo Burns l son of Mr. and y 1 ,1I 1 ,
Mrs. Don Burns of Mlcanopy
ilw' .
will be. united in marriage.. Thnpal wI .. .
} the First Christian Church of w ,gativhdMalQ ? ..
Hampton 3 pjn. on May :21 -
/ I I
; reception, will follow at the W 31"aasllr I
Hampton City Hall. All
friends and relatives are invited -
I. to attend. ,
Th couple will reside in
r .Mlcanopy.I '
1Arllteidl. s 1 / I 1 Milk / / I
Our Men's Slow Pitch Soft
Ball Team playedBl'III\d1rglron
again. a week ago last Sunday I 1 I I I ITR'IM
in a double header. Branding id7hditUid
Iron won the first game with a .. .
l It-B scorebut Hampton
bounced back on' top 2 In tile second game AI '
: .Kevin Manx pitched a coodgame. IAAruN! SAVI 6* IAVI ai ,ipy> ... :'s'iz
.. '.
Other outstanding players TMKIPTV/IAIO|
were Davie EllaixC Phillip Tomato Sdiice Asst. Soups
Keyes, and Steve Algiers.
IcrnrHtUid of?o

To celebrate Mrs Lee Phil
lips'. birthday, Mrs. Betty Da- Astor', 41.N8/d I Iswiari ,
vii. Mrs. Barbara Bruno Mrs. ; IE1tNiS : -
Margaret Crawford, and Mrs. SOUTH ARROW ;BATH
Evelyn Vaughan spent Thurs.dar
'evening with her .bowling "rita{ d,
\ In Callwavi le.f yo
f Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall MA AISE eI'i ;
i TISSUEhJiunr ,
went along and encourage to sit on' the the'bowl-sidelines 111 r, F/rN! 5.

I / l4' 4 r11 4 w
Mr. and Mr.'R.O.' .Copelancl
of Valdosta, Ga. were guests of It9
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 'hall. Jutweek. "

I Don't.- fomt Senior Citizens, d 5)tatMl ) ., .
Your meeting Is tomorrow night
May 5, in the. Hampton City; Hall e 'oaM/ $
i, at 7 10m. / WMPILM0 'Jw

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The Hampton Elementary. PKG.
PTA met Thursday night'April .'
37* .In the school library with
.Parmenter presiding. SAVI 41 FUSTIC
y. Principal that Leonard Mn.'Ba1r Registerreported and k I' 20.G.L. ;'
Cans $188
4twsIOAVE '$100 Garbage .
Mr."Goldman are transferring Bread .SlU .
out of the state and will . .. ; .
.not teach at Hampton next year.H 'Itirl fti RRY L owe( [ OARUNO SHOWNCluster,,! 'N StRVI SEEDED OR WESSEO '. ".

summer* also outlined program plans of teaching for the $1 00PK9 Chairs' $3"
:: : Folding "
'will run).from: July 5 to program August to 1, Rolls' 41J-CT.; | ; 1

be eonducerod during th* sam WILKINSON V "

period having nished.. *.'', with.Canova suitable bus asked servlc playgound anyone. ;lUr.Mr \ .sP L Asto EACHESI? Bayer Aspirin . 'IOOCTy 68'' Bonded Blades. '. :PKa.: 781FOR \ .

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I .: 1st Baptist Youth Choir CARD thank God for such wonderful family of Mary C. O4z-
: : There hat been sle) Leewould) like to thank
To Sing'Musical *Love9 so much done tot us during everyone for the kindness and
of sickness andthen thoughts. and wonderful flow-
these years
The Youth Choir of the First In the death of our loved ers. We(especially thank Rev
sound varies from J.. C. Saunders and Rev. R. L.
Church do not know whereto
Baptist will present (the one that we
temporary rhythms Williams, and Dr. H. H. Adams
world musical "Love" begin to say "Thank= you".
by young Otis Sklillnal.Vedne.day\ choral sound in We appreciate every kind and staff at the Bradford. County I
through Friday evening. May this message of thought and deed. Our prayerIs ; HospitaL

.._,_w" _"_U 10-12 at 8 p.m. Performances: ing love. for God'to bless eachSilcox.. The family of Mary C. Lee
:: will be held In the First Bap The youth choir The family of Gladys : .
public to share
tist Church.
AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH GRACE BAPTIST STARKE CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST The choir of about 70 singers this exciting .................... M t...................,
Sunday .School 9:45 .m.tor- CHURCH STARKE OFCHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn and Instrumentalists has been :
nlng Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Bible'!'School 10 a.m. Wor- ing Worship U a.m. Training working for 2 1/2 months on the Rev. Robert !
Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday, Worship at 11. Training ship Services, II a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship musical which Is also being j
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study,. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- 6 p.m. Midweek.; Service, Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service presented by many youth groups Accepts I
,7 p.m. Study on BOOK of fsalms. ship., 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer nesday 7. ixm. Ladles Bible 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- throughout the nation.The composer .
O.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Meeting. 7:30.: --Rev. LeonT. Class Thursday II a.m.Church come. Otis Mailings, Is well- At : !
Welcome. Ddom Jr., pastor. located one block west on SR Jim Countryman, pastor. known In the temporary mu-
16. sic field, being; the composer of .
HAMPTON BAPTIST AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST the very popular musical Rev. Robert L. I :
CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng "Life', which was done by many wife and three i .
Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Ing Worship 11 am.; Evening PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- north Florida youth groups last leaving this week ..
Service II a.m.: Bible Study Worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday METHODIST CHURCH vices Booster Band Young! year."Love". ada on the Florida .
0:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People and Prayer Service), as the title Indicates, he has accepted a pastor't: :
pan. 7 p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. proclaims Christian live as the tor of the First :
Wednesday Prayer and Monday 7 pjn. vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Midweek Service Wednesday answer to the many problemsthat Church. : .
Bible Study 7:30 p.m. .ever pn"tnr. Everyone 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland face the world today. The Mr. West resigned : :
Melvin Hamel, Pastor welcome Hard pastor. Pastor. as pastor of the
Baptist Church : A Young WorldMusical :
MISSIONU.S. ; CHURCH STARKE Raiford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa) Rev. Samuel S. :

301 North bohlnd'Tas- Father James Cregan, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Ceoree W. ;Fills. 72. of Route Park-of-the-Palms
tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. 1, Melrose died Saturday In Heights will serve : :
School 10 a.m. Worship Service Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p.m. Bradford County: ; Hospital aftera pastor of the .
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 7 p.m. -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. sudden Illness. A former resident permanent pastor I
Otis Skillings :
Wednesday Night Prayer Services Rev. Cuthbert Is by
Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes Confessions Saturday 6 of Starke. he was a retired a I
BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Force i chaplain,
grocer; a vote ran of World ;
day.Leroy E.L. p.m.School of Religion CHURCH Packham, pastor. served as chaplain
Olive pastor : War I.; a member the Masonic i 8:10 P.M. i
Sunday School 10 Morn-
Griffis, associate pastor. Grade School Sunday 11 a.m. order and the American Legion land Training Center
Ing Worship at II .
a.m. to 12 noon ajn. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL post at Alma, Ca.j, and was a ville.
MAY 1O-11-12
night Service at 6:30.
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BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH High School -- Sunday, Wednesday CHURCH. STARKE Methodist. :
School 10 Morn- prayermeeting Is his Tottla .
Sunday a.m. Surviving wife S
'.m. at 730.: Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd MADISON STREET .
Ing Worship II a.m. Evening W. Ellis of Melrose one son, BAPTIST CHURCH .. :
Cecil: E. Crawford Sr. Pas- Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning By The :
Worship 7:30 p.m. Prayer BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Kearnes Ellis. Tampa; two
tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday Sunday School : .
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- II a.m. Church School 9:45: daughters, Mrs. Regina Hall, Morning Worship at
J.C. Saunders pastor ship Service 11 a.m. Church LAURA BAPTIST E.Y.C. 6 Savannah, Ga.. and Mrs. Min Dinner and

MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Worship Training 7:30.Wednesday: 6:30. p.m. Evening Sunday Worship School II 9:45 a.m.a.m.Evening Morning a.m.-John M, Flynn p.m. Rector grandchildren nie Quinn, Rlncon and four Ga.;great-nine coming Ing sical, 6:15 12.30: :; WMU pjn. I YOUTH C MOIR] I IOF

Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday Prayer Meeting, Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible grandchildren. 7:15 Evening : .
School 11 a.m. Morning Wor- 7:30: p.m. Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Funeral services were held Monday Youth
6 Union Sunday School, 10 Wor- I
ship p.m. Training Rev. J.D. Robinson m.Be a.m. at 4 p.m. Sunday in the First tice, Children's
7 Evening Worship. In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church
p.m. Alma with
Baptist Church Ga.,
Wednesday. 7:30: Prayer Servlc.s. LONG BRIDGE CHURCH BAPTIST Lester Austin, pastor Worship Training 7:30.6:30: p.m. Evening Interment DeWitt In C.Rose Jones Hill Funeral Ceme- Ing Wednesday Mission i First Baptist Church i

tery. Action. 7:30 p.m.
-Rev. Bob Cooper pastor Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting Home of Keystone Heights was Practice Deacons .
Ing Worship II a.m. Evening CHURCH, M4CCLEMVY 7:30: p.m. In charge of local arrangements S STARKE, FLA. S Sr
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson 8:30.Denton Sumrall '
Sunday Service:Sunday Sci, o1 Everyone welcome. Day Mass 5:30 p.m. .*.......................................
9:43: a.m. Morning Worship, Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor
10.45 a.m. EventngServlce, 7:15
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. .
School 9:45 ,
Sunday : a.m.
-J.C. Brown, ministerCONGREGATIONAL 10 Morn- ; Schedule of Services:
Sunday School a.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. A
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday
HOLINESS Evening, 7 p.m. Youth Night, Service ship 7 p.m.Tuesday 6.p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- E. Call 51. Phone' 964.5800i
ing Worship 7 p.m.
CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer
Prayer Meeting 7:30:
All other evenlngs-8
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Meeting Friday, 7:30: p.m. p.m. .
1 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth -Rev. Y.W. Wdd, pastor -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship -
i p.m.Thursday night Prayer Meet- Sunday School 9:30: ;;Training SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
7:30 Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor- CHURCH Worship 11 a.m. Evening
Ing : p.m.David
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday'Ser- Worship -James
(Hodges Pastor ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship Shaw pastor.
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: vices: Sunday School 10 a.m.
Preaching 11 a.m.Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday. -R vsc Cuthbert d'MLt
STARKE Pastor 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER, FLA.
SundayBrotherhoold Break Interim Pastor 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun

fast and Meeting 7:30 a.m.; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol
Superintendent. Union
i Sunday School 9:45; Morning Sunday School 9:45: a.m. CHURCH OF GOD' 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas DI-,
I Worship at 11; sermon "Some" Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth OF PROPHECY, BROOKER rector. Worship Services 11 a,,
Habits of the Early Church; Fellowship 6 ..m.*Choir Prac- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn ? 3O. Midweek ,
Bell Choir Practice 5:15. ,,m. : Prayer.Se-Q!: ., \ ." ''J''"
Church Training, 6:15 EvenIng ?Uce;:WednelOiQJt.8k,p.m. ing Won p 11 a.m. Young Peo* vice, 7:30.) Liivern Outlaw mu-, .
; pie's Service, 6 p.m. Evange- sic director. I V T 13
Worship, 7:30 sermon
NORTIISIDE listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday ,
I "Maintaining" CHURCH Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS r--------I: ....-
Spirit. Intersection of Highways 16 Come and worship with us.
1404 E. Bessent Road
Tuesday Helen Masters 'North) and 225. Rev. Wayne -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor Family Home EveningMon- .THIS WEEK t
Group at the church 9:30: Wells pastor.
Ida Darby Group at the home ot Sunday School, 9:45; Morning GREATER BETHLEHEM day. 4:30
Primary-Tuesday : p.m. :
Mrs. W.B.Johnson, 2:30: ; Lor- Service at II. Evening Service FREE WILLBAPTISTCHURCHCor. WednesdayRelief Society, ONLY : :
ena Epperson Group at home 730.: Wednesday Service, Ash & Chestnut, Sunday c
of Mrs. D.L. Silcox. 3 p.m. School 9:30: Morning Worship, 7:30.:ThursdayM.I.A..- 7:30 p.m.
Young Musicians Choir Practice II; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- 8:30a.m. : WHEEL :
3:30: : Bell Choir and G.A. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH vice, 6 p.m.-Rev. Jasper Williams SundayPriesthood 10:30 : Eve- I I 4
Sunday School : a.m. FPly
4:15: ; Lottie{ Moon Group meetsat Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning pastor. ;
the church: Brownlee Group Worship II. Training Union, ning Meettng,6p.m.Sacremont. BALANCE
meets with Mrs. Guy Sale; E- 6:30. Evening Worship 730.: FIRST UNITED METHODIST Jesse D. Branson, Branch : :

thel Biggs Group meets with Rev. Jim Black, Pastor STAPKE President. N on Co !
Mrs. Hazel Hitch -- all at 730; Sunday School, 9:45: Morning KEILBRONN BAPTIST AND ,
p.m. Worship, 11.; Junior and Senior CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Wednesday Family Night DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH MYF groups 6 p.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. U PRE lJml qUALITY
Supper, 6 p.m. BROOKER Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship II. Training ROTATE'I $
i The Youth Choir will present Sunday School 10 Wor- 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- Union 6:30 p.m.'Evening Service ,
the musical "Love" at 8 p.m. a.m. Ing 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
ship Services II a.m. and 7p.m.
j for three nights Wednesday Union 7:45.: Service 7:30.: TIRES ,
Training 6
I Thursday, and Friday. p.m. -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. Rev.. L. Tommy Howe pastor -
-Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor : !
--W.A. Hogan Pastor ;
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3 Inmates File $10 }MillionSuit 6 Ag Classification Rents Up 41 Per Cent Foods

: Against DirectorThree Requests DeniedSix Here In Last 10 YearsAlthough Sought

the average monthly and suburban areas, the priceof
! Inmates at t the Florida Melvin Jones, and William Mike rental In Bradford County: land has been pushed higher
State Prism have Died a $10 Jester but the latter asked of about 1,600 requests for proximately 156160. or 80 has risen from $34 to $48 In and higher. The economic pressure For Day Care
million cfni rights suit a- land to be classified as used per cent} of the county's; 195-
that his name not be included In for agricultural 200 acres,. are classlfed as the last ten yearsfoxcluslve upon builders, therefore
galnst Louie 1.. purposes were
Walnwrlght the suit. cost of utilities and fuel), the has been to stack family units
turned down lands according to
director of the Monday May I. by
Florida Division
The complaint asked thatprt- the County Commission Assessor Long.Reque.ts percentage of Increase Is still upward rather than to produce
of Corrections.: authorities be restrainedfrom ; sitting less than In Florida as a whole. one-family homes far from Job
The bill of complaint,dir- son "inperson"court as the Agriculture Zoning for ag assessments In the local the rental centers. An offer of assistance from funds would net$30,000 In federal -
using an area
ected to the U.S. District: and from "1Iar- Board. denied by the board Monday Increase In the ten-year period Bradford County; families,for Alachua County; In establishing funds, giving the programa
Court's Middle District In Thor denying system proper medical The board followed Tax Assessor on the basis the lands are not was 41 per cent, according to the most pert have been able a day care center for working total of 40000.
Jacksonville, where a spokesman attention for any.and all prI- Gene Long's recommendation being used for a bonafled agricultural data compiled by the Commerce to take the rising co.tlln stride. mothers In Bradford Countywas It 1 II hoped, Anderson said,
said It had been returned in each of the six cases. purpose were: Department In connection with given the County; Commission that the remaining$10,000 could
to the Inmates because It .was soners. that the four County; Agent Bobby Taylor an --A 25 acre tract on which the latest Census of Their incomes; since 1960 have Monday, along with a request be raised through donations and
states Housing.
"Insufficient." ( inmates It further were placed punitive ex-offlclo member of the ag George Woods, Jacksonvillehas Elsewhere In the nation the gone up 142 per cent on average for 10.000 to start the fees. On the same 3-to-l match-
Four Inmates were actually without benefit of zoning board with Long con- sold two lots according average Increase amounted to the figures show.Sfarke. program. Ing basts $2,500: In donations
named as plaintiffs -- Jackie constitutional/ safeguards, and curred with. each recommen to Long. 55 per cent. In the South Atlantic Mrs. Molly Springfield Involved would net the program $7,500
Biggs. Vlnden RayLane..Cene Lane denied dation. 36 acres between US-301 ; States It 62 Clerk with day care centers federal monies, to complete
that was
was proper per
Land approved as being used and Hampton Lake owned by In Alachua County; told the the $50.000 needed.
and In Florida the
medical attention. cent, a-
for a bonafled agricultural purpose William P. Saunders Bradford board she "can testify -
CiiMsvllto Is valued at several hundred --The 20 acre Country Music verage Increase was 57 per- Cited ForExcellence to the quality; of Jobs parents The Children's Committee
Hearing Co. cent. sill approach other local
dollars per acre lesson Park two miles from Law- have been able to get In governmental -
Homeowners and renters have units In search of
8 Forest the county's tax rolls. Alachua County" She said
; Ap- ,
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MR.BILL tey.69.86 Lester also been confronted with stead :funds, Anderson said.The couny -
acres owned by taxpayer she'd rather tax
Fires Burn B. of Lake ily Increasing bills for fuel Merrill Edwards, Starke city ':: promised to consider the ropiest -
Wright Crystal ; money going to day
care centers -
r b, Free XraysContinue and others on US-301 south of repairs taxes, and other clerk has been awarded;the to Improve young\ people In planning Its new bud-
household this ra
expenses. get II.
Starke. title of Certified Municipal
82 AcresUnder --300 feet by 200 feet deep By the same token for those Clerk by the International Institute than C.C.many other things. "We must have $10,000 from
Anderson.Bradford edu-
parcel on Hampton Lake ownedby .who have been buying homes of Municipal Clerks somewhere. If we can't get It,
cater and chairman of the localChildren's "
prices went up sharply In the we can't start, Anderson concluded -
extremely dry condition Preston L. Shlmer. Long Certification signifies! the
AND Committee which Invited
In the month of April Thru May 13 recommended the lake front period. In Bradford County, the clerk meets high standards for Mrs. Springfield to speakto .
median value of homes
eight forest fires burned a occupied knowledge skills, experience
strip.be restricted for home the Commission said $10- .
p OPERATOR total of 82 acres In Bradford climbed 30 per cent. and ethics A CMC is a pro- 000 Is needed to start e
Free chest: every- .Itel.Property Inflation was the culprit. Because a daj
County.; County on the old Hampton gesslonal municipal clerk qualified care center here for 50 students. The man at the next desk Is
Three of the fires set one In Bradford ; over 18 housing Is the most hea- to meet the
were Cut-off (old US-301) sold by challengesof A building Is available bring hrave. even though his
by the railroad and burned 60 ;years of age started April 28 J.D. Odom to National Proteinfor vily weighted component of the a Job becoming more and he said. doctor has told him there is
for of forest. Four fires and will continue through Saturday Consumer Price Index It has more complex states Edwards'citation.
your acres a rendering:plantThis Total cost of a year-long daycare no known\ cure for his ail-
I May 13, been a principal victim of the .
caused carelessnessand
were by Is the last year the center Is $1,000 per stu- ment, chronic hjporhondria.
burned 19 acres and another the county; commission will sit as rising costa It has had to cope Edwards Is among the first Jcnt, Mrs. Springfield pointedout. *
Following are remaining with, fuel and electric
li/tenioq three acres was burnedby dates, times and places where the ag zoning board. A new bills,bigger with tax hikes with higher clerks In the United States and Under the Social Security: ; Wrlchcro/t, / / "it now ,in the curriculum
a fire which was deliberatelyset state law has once again given Canada to -be so designated. Act, ,,
be federal funds are avail- !a0013.
,.x-rays will given: Insurance rates and with of/ tome' high!
according to the Department responsibility; for approving or Increases In other operating Is an international or- able for day care centers In a A new challenge for /jnllien.trying / .
of Forestry Thursday May 4-.Owen Joist denying ag zoning requests to ganization. ratio of 3-to-l to local funds / /to //jiul' neirt, eyelashes/ / (
Rainfall In the county; during (Lincoln City). 12 noon to 1 Assessor Long. Because of the growing con- Fdwards was congratulated the commission was told. for their, daughter! fob experiment
p'e.-o.r.urei the month was far below aver- p.m.; Starke Nursing Home centration of people In urban Tuesday night by the city; coun Therefore $10,000 In local ,, !.
age. The county; aveaged 2.16 2 to 3:30 .; Vogue Manu- cil.
Inches of rain this April com- facturing pant, 4 to 5 p.m.
pared to the 50 year averageof Friday May 5Starke old

V. I New 4.63.River was the wettest Florida noon; 1 to hank 4 p.m.building 9 till; 12 For A Summer Without The Sizzle

( part of the county; Lewis with 2.73 Saturday May 6-- Starker
Inches recorded. Hall Oak & Brownlee Sts.. 10 till I
In Lavrtey recorded 1.92 while and 2 to 5 p.m.i
\ NEW Santa Fe Tower registered 1.83. Tuesday May 9Starke;
( All outside burning now requires Bradford Furniture Co., 1 till _
NORELCO a burning permit, according 2 p.m. Lawtoy old post office -
'. BENIND-TIIE-EAR AID to the Forest Depart building 3 to 7 p.m. fi :
ment. To obtain permltplease Wednesday May 10-- Gra-
FEATURING LONG, j call 964-5346 between the hoursof ham post office 12 noon to _
BATTERf"' LIFE. Moot! :iplZ2l 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. There Is 2 p.m. Brooker; Green's Store Y" I.1
I no charge and the Up to 260 hours of comfortable good for only one day. May 11-. Hcll- m.m1.ff1
1 battery! So
hearing on
I bronn Springs reddish Store
economical to use, yet deliversrich I I
clear, sounds. 1 1 iny II till 2. Reno; old school 3 '-- I Li
reliable. Coma BMSSoftball to 6 p.m.
light weight ,
Friday May 12 -- Starke;
fitted f for listening
in be
Wlnn-Dtxle,12till 3; 410 7 p.m. ROOM(
pleasure,,today! Intramurals were Saturday May 13Starke; AIR
held last week. Team 6B played6A Food Fair. 10 till 1; 2 to 5
Vorecott4. with the following girls from L.CONDITIONERS|
f 'HtAtt'NQ' *iGkTo 6A winning: Eva Pete captain, p.m.This services Is being pro- Right //Votr.
find..*mar.about fceftniig I... Betty Hudson, Carol Hall vided by the Bradford County; .
and how Noro''lca Now 111/.Aid, may Sherryl Berry Janet Duncan, Health Department the Division -
.h.10.1a..I,' I, l Iha coupon,and tnd il ti* | Mary Hanker son, Vicki Ilazen, of Health and the TB & You Can Get A Famous Room Air Conditioner
;:; Louise limes, Cindy Crawford 'R. DiseaseAsn. of Northeast
I j
AI The
.. I Stephanie Smith Crystal Florida. Lowest Prices Ever Offered.
Thornton Becky Wall, Latonya We've Taken
Inflation Of HeaL
.1 PHONE I' Johnson, and Renee h Hamilton. ,
,1-.0-. .. I Seventh grade mixed teams making up the winning teams Don't Let Another, !: Summer,Cpme/Vnd Allow .'m:;"'t' "<:,' ,,, .m.q >
.. "' rill
I ADDRESSIWOUIUriLlllliUAILANU, t ,'. ,I 7A and ?B girls drew to see! "were: oach ,ttty Lee Briar The lleatAndllun Ruin'Your .
tI.! '. ___. _.__ ..1 who would form a team and Patray rry'Andrews, Karen wty To Sleep "
IIMtiGAINESVILLE I play together. Girls on the winning Jackson, Debbie Hall Rose And Your
team were: Coach Carol Flowers, Sandra Coving ton, La- Disposition
i i Proctor JudyStephens vonne Morris, Harriet Middle- The Who "
HEARING: Hall Janet People Still uihl .
qulnella Pressley ton, Mattie Covlngton, Mar- Let Us Take The Muerie Out
AID CO. Elaine Pete Karen Powell garet Norman and Gloria Them Like They Used To!"

2639 NW. 13lhS Brenda Gulon, Toni! Keith Gall Strickland. Of Your Summer With
In Suiiiln'no Sltpppi/ig Center:"" Kathy Teston and Mrs. Carolyn Dyal PE teacher More I People I I I'm Their ConfiJenee In tirrierThan
Nc.l To Woolio ShuCOrdi.. complimented the girls on I :
I 316.0095or 318.1942 The eighth yons grade mixed teams their outstanding sportsmen Central! Or Room Cooling ; In \ii> (Oilier Make./
also with the following girls ship and good participation.

-' -- _._ ----- -- -- -- -- ---- 5,000 btu's Without Thermostot S 99.00

r--------------- ::1// 5,000 btu' With Thermostat 139.95

I i it I1OOObtu's: . . .. . 239.95

I'il 111,1,1-,11,11111, , 19,000 btu . . . 269.95

:: -- 24,000 btu' . . :, 349.95

(MY"EETii\\ I 26,500 btu's .. . . 479.95

Sleep Cool For Only $99.00 30,000 btu' . . . . 499.95


I WERBORRDJDontLook / ., .' Central Air Conditioning Is Less Than You ThinkConsider


l 1/S1/ I The Fact That The Value Of Your Home Is Increased By At Least As Much

t\ \ As You Pay, Plus Less Expensive To Operate Per Square Foot Of Cooling.

No Cold Spots Nor Hot Spots Just Even Comfort Throughout

I "'-" j
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I Your Home

So Glum. \\5'7) ; j; I t. _

I ., I II

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I Your Savings Account Is For Just Such :I THE ROUND ONE
I Ii
COMPACT a Money-Saving 2 Speed Motor Cruises

i Emergencies. New Dentures. I New Computer Designed Fan Asserrv Most Days Speeds Up Only For Scorchers

Medical Bills Auto Repairs I bly Assures Top Performance! .

; I Special Overload Devices Safeguard e Protective Solid State Controls Moni
Internal Components? tor Critical Operating Circuits!

-PUT 10% OF YOUR EARNINGS I Attractive Compact Design Compliments / Neighbor-Pleasing Upflow Design Tos--

Your Home's Landscaping? ses Heat and Sound Skyward''


j' .: 24,000) 24oix)

UTt'S) : $ Installed BIT'S SWOn?
;Peace Of Mind"IN I II ltoUdPlus ,

N.e.nory Electrical Work; Necessary Electrical Work

I I EMERGENCIES 1 1I 1 1I // You Don't Have Central Heating To Add Cooling To Get Both

I Oar H..... 1 1fdM a;, eo Bhi Furooc. Cenfrafly! located S' 290 00

Mo Tfitit I ..... 3 ... oUtlets
M ,
f* p. Supply ,1 Return I InstoHcd Com.r.
J ..... M SiM p..1. ,
CUiaFIRST. s......., 1 Plus Any Necenary Electrical Work


I Savings and Loan Association of Stark 1

:r1. ...... ,...- Jacksonville Stark* Beaches

.+ : LCPHOHf M4-SOOO ..... 1 8486 Ramona Blvd. 332 W. Madison 411 Poblo Av*.
I "Thetlmue ( ,3,>W. MADISON ST.
I 781-4015; 964-7701 246-6471

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Old Coins Food Stamp Sewerage LicenseCancelled. City Changes. Day Care.. DogCatcher County George Commission Roberts told Chairmen Mansfield --

the commission would
AUotmente Funds. e. (From Page l 1)) To take the matter under ad
A re Stolen .. (From Page 1)) Proposed

Because of the Increase In (From Page I 1)) (From Po,. 1)) from a $650,000 bond Icoue.
A vandal escaped with a pillow "We're hunting," says'Council move motors from their boats Cou'tyBd.
case containing more than grocery cipients will receive enlarger councilmen. Elected by Chairman Nell Tuck, they should store It locked: up
In coin Sunday mayor ; Beach be asked the executive and Frank WH11anns.the
$480 early allotments effective his fellow councUmen the er. He In a shed or tool house.
morning after breaking Into coupon ma- director of the state's Internal city's Federal Programs Four different'proposals to
Rose M. Coby's trailer on July I, RueseilH.JamesSouth- yor would be chairman of the Improvement Board to study; Director': hunted sewerage "If the 'motors are left on employ a dog catcher for the visement.ESTON
eastern administrator of the council. the commission's sto the boat they should be madeas of the
South Water Street. plan to dig Washington, unincorporated areas
U.S. Department of There will be to
Of- Agrl.culture's no reason a canal between hard as possible: to remove given
According Investigating Crosby and D.C. In April In talks with "county were Monday
Food and NutritionService' keep Pierce
a city Jail,
ficer Harold Crews of the said Sampson Lakes. Sen. Lawton Chiles, Rep Don and should at least be kept i the County Commission by Milton -
Starke Police Department, entry rePorta. answering Police That Chief Ken Fuqua's -A. eed to give Union County; Fuqua, and the Department of from view of the highway or t Mansfield dog catcher for
was gained through a window question responsibility an old safe left In the old housing and Urban Develop street," Reddish said. 'the City of Starke,
would to the
on the west side of the trail The Increase, as announced go county; courthouse to store Union's ment. "The harder It Is to get off, .
along with the court .
er between 10:30: Saturday night In Washington; Is In relieved the chief cases.That and food stamps. If the neighborIng "The door b open In Wash the more noise It will make." Mansfield says'' he has been
and 3:30: Sunday morning The accordance with the Food Stamp the council, since the city now county moves the large, ington," Tucker says now. Owners of all boats and motors :averaging: seven or eight calls ; JORDAN
vandal escaped with moae than Act of 1964*as amended, which really needs a new Jail. heavy safe.Commissioner Dave "They are aware of our pro should keep a record of j,per month outside the Starke
$480 dollars In old coins which required the value of coupon City policemen would really Shuford said the safe came blem." their serial numbers Reddish i city; limits'ranging from Highland .,
he put in a pillow case. allotment be adjusted annuallyto be more like deputy sheriffs, from Union County "about a But Tucker stresses, the pointed out. First the numbers north Bradford County to
reflect changes In the pricesof Pierce noted, making cases In hundred ;years ago. city; will make no committments, should be kept so that In the the Keystone Heights area In
food published by the Bureauof the county court.Answering -Took note of a confirmed That attitude seemed to be exhibited event of theft the numbers can the south part of the county.;
Labor Statistics. Chairman Nell agreement to dredge Water Oak by all five councilmen be recorded In the Florida and He presently has no authorityto MAN O\ WAR
The amendment also Increases Tucker's question about a time Creek through the Fairbanks Tuesday night In talking the National computers.' That way: handle animals outside DEFEATED' ; ONCE
f maximum Income eligibility limit Pierce suggested August property and discussed resuming two FHA representatives. If the motors are recoveredby ,the city: limits of Starke Mansfield Mini o' War; considered by",
standards and raises so the city's case load would work on widening the creek. If eligible for the maximum some other law enforcement but has been charging moot racing: fans as I the greatest
purchase requirements correspondingly diminish and; no cases would -Agreed to visit the site of grant from FHA, Carver said agency, the Sheriff's Department for his work outside the Amcrlcnn race horse of all times
for households at the have to be lapped over Into an unused road In Graham thatH. the city could get SO per cent will be notified. city. wall drfp.itcd only once during
1>. Barnes who Second If the motors are ,his l'III''r Man o' War started
upper end of the Income scale. January. The court should be appeared) of developments costs as esta-
The cost of the Increased benefit discontinued before the Legist before the board Monday mornIng blished by a survey of the city's recovered the owners will haveto His four proposals to the in 21 i.uvs: nnd won purses laiR I.
Y. will be approximately $200 lature meets In January, the wants closed. engineers. ;Jt the per customer be able to Identify; them. commission were: Inn J.'lt.m:! I Ill' got1 two world\
million. James said that no attorney said, since that body -bilcusHCI but took no action costs of the project would be ,If they: can't, the county can- --$180 per month for all unl- roionln find five U. S.. track rec-
..Aakt household will receive a reduction must approve any change the on request from Antonio higher than the average sew- not prosecute. corporated areas of the County; anis during 1919, and 1920
In benefits as a resultof city: makes In Its charter. Revert of Santa Fe Lake to er service costs In a com- and Mansfield would absorb all The lom" dt-fent for Mnn o'
Charley! "-"' this amendment.It rebuild a fence the State Road parable area then FHA could "There have been few areas expenses of the operation, such U'.ir i-iimc In 1919! In the midst
was noted that the allotments There are several methodsof Department took down to pave make available funds to makeup of a continuing nature we" have as gas, equipment, and dog of HIP racing: Reunion when ho ran
E. 't of food stamps are geared amending the city charter, SR-221. Revera, Commissioner the difference Carver said. been able to cope with. Red- Mvond in the Snnford Memorial
r to the cost of the USDA econo Pierce said. The method he Shuford says, claims he The visit from the FHA officials dish said. "But we have had feed.$150 per month for all unincorporated !- Stokes ill' SitraloRn.! but he
with they amount of says the city would most likely was promised the fence wouldbe came as a result of the very little success In the apprehension : areas plus $120 nmuuvd hiuk and was undefeated !! .
Jaime money paid households not to want to employ Is a 3/5 vote rebuilt. Since It has been Washington. D.C. trip of Wil- of suspects and recovering per year to the City of Starke for .ilv. pniuliMVr of his MI'-.
exceed 30 percent of income. of the city council plus approval four :years, Shuford'lays, he liams and Tucker, FHA usually the motors. and one tank of gas per week. lug, 1\1'1'< Man o' War "tin a
About! This Question; Based on Bureau of Labor Statistics by the Legislature. That doesn't remember what the .- handles cities of under "It's going"! to take the public's ..$250 per month to cover road winner.!!
data, cost of the economy method can be used except to greemen was. The board questioned 5 500 population and HUD help. the entire county, Including And you can be n mil winner,
"A Milwaukee banker and food plan for December change the city boundary lines, why the Department of cities over. that size, Carver municipal except Starke all Jan when you do business with
political leader was sued 1971 was $111.10 for a family of the attorney said. Transportation should not rebuild said. apply. expenses: ; Included. nnr firm. Every customer Is Important .
for $200,000 in a libel ac four with school children. Ac- Pierce picked up Information the fence since It hand- The city Is Investigating( the According to a preliminary .$200 per month to cover in UK and we strive to
lion. The jury awarded cordiiwlv. USDA raised the value on the changes which could take led the road building possibility of getting funds from study by city engineers a pro- the entire county: exceptStarKeplus give the very ,finest in service!! to
of the coupon allotment place and was brought up to -Were advised by Attorney three federal agencies, Chair- ject to set up Starke's sewerage $165 per year to the City; 1':1In,1: ,; f\cry customer,
Does this
point up from $108 to $112 for a familyof date on new laws passed by Shaw It would be a good Ideato man Tucker said: the Farmer's treatment system for the of Starke plus one tank of gasper
the fed for excess! or umbrella four and made appropriate the 1972 Legislature at a con designate the width of all Home Administration, the De- next 20 years plus update and week.
liability insurance adjustments for other house ference sponsored Monday and roads In the county and place partment of Housing and Urban plant would cost $1.7 million. Mansfield works at the Flor
for business and professional : hold sizes. Maximum Income Tuesday In Tallahassee by the them on a county map,permanently Development, and the Environmental The council does not Intendto ida State Prison and handles
a. ; people?" standard for the four-person Florida League Cities.Mayor fixing the location of every Protection Agency. go Into anything that large his Starke dog catching dutieson .
.reRKa toamA
household will be Increased Carl Hurst and Councilmen road. The board said It has already No decision was made Tues- Chairman Tucker says a part time basis. He Is

Charley E.JOHNS from $360 to $373 nationally. ly Noegel and Jimmy McRae started on such a pro- day to apply for an FHA, although Built In 1964, the sewerage paid $100 per month by the U.i3A1 loi tR
Starting July 1, eligibility ject and will make the
also attended.In map. It was stressed the treatment plant was not con- city and works out of the Pol-
standards will be: one-$178 Shaw pointed out It is difficult PHONE 964-7500
Tallahassee the group city; has nothing to lose and no structed to meet the stringent ice Department.
AGENCY two-$233; three-$307, four- learned that the city can ex- to locate property lines obligations If It does decide to nutrient removal standards a

$373 flve-$440; slx-$507i six funds under the when boundary lines are described .... ,. .. .. _,, ....... .,., ., ,, ,.,,,,, ,, ,
4507 pect some J:SAV'"y..y..y.,,' "' '"-"""'""' -""' "'"" :: xo:"""""" ""' """" ., r"' : ">MY.S.! ''''S': '''.''." : : JA.J.: :-:::.:,:.:.: :.: "k'C' $' .t.. :3..ai5.v"fi; : .'
131 So. Walnut St. $373 ftve-$440; six- state's newly passed revenue as adjoining certain
PhOltaA".507C seven-$573 and elght$640.VACUUM sharing plans, the amount not roads which may no longer .1 ;: =;=:= .
to be less than was receivedlast exist or have gradually changed ;
year under the city's cigarette paths. i .
tax. -Asked Deputy Clerk Virgin-
The llth cent of the cigarettetax Ia Darby to Inquire of the DOT .
and the 8th cent of gasoline the status of the county's$500-
rr+ tax has been budgeted to 000 loan against Its secondary : { 2oricIVr. .4j ,
make a $132 million fund which road funds secured In 1968 to ''j ,. StarhecC
the state will share with cities. rebuild the Brooker hydrocarbons : i +at / ..
Starke already qualified for the road (SRS-235) and to !
revenue sharing funds, the acquire right-of-way for SR- ' ,
council was told Tuesday night 16 repaving. Commissioner : STARKE FLORIDA "
Including the requirement that Shuford said the loan was secured : a._ police officers must be paid In 1968 and was due to : r -T.--" at least $6,000 per year and be) retired by this year but noted :
have undergone, or be under- the commission has received :
going, the required 200 hoursof no word on the mat- : STATEMENT OF CONDITION APRIL Ja 1972 .
ter. ,
law enforcement and first 1 '
aid training. 1I I i
Terming the new state Flatting -
Act "a bad law," Councilman .1 I; : Resources I
CLEANERS Jimmy McRae pointed out c.S .'. I
any platted subdivision created .. i i'I <<
within the city; now must also Loans and Discount -7- "-:. ..1'r: : F',' 1, 'w .' J! Kw,:( :. $ $12,718,258.94 I {

Sales! And Service be approved by a newly created 'I t ... .,,.." !.j...,."1..,.. .,,,,,", ,...,. ., ), :::: .f
Florida State .Com-
Planning "
'/.,, : House Furniture 259461.84. ,
mlttee In Tallahassee .: Banking & Fixtures Ii: ,
"They give you home rule "", ::

Free Demonstration In one the one hand, and takeIt !. .
away on another," McRae j''F Prepaid Expenses ,9160.22

Your Home said.It .
was suggested to him at .
the Tallahassee session, Coun- Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 73013.11
NO OBLIGATIONS cilman Billy Noegel., that the .... '"
city apply to the Departmentof '
." .1.j. ; U.S. Government Securities J-, ij
Transportation for funds to .j. hh: 2,793,144.26 (
construct railroad signals at ,,1&" : Ii J i ', f ".
WINKLER ELECTRIC the Market Road crossing In : ;ii'l t. ,, ..t"Li
oJ ,
Starke, and to construct an .' 'y x. 1 U. S.,Government Agency Securities 30000.00 ..

overpass on one city streetso i '
PIIUNE 9G f 759G half the town won't be jd' '

blocked from the hospital by; ; :Li Florida County & Municipal Bonds1,242,761.26. \ ..I'
trains. 't .j\t;: .

_;.1.... "'_..........00......... n ... _. "un-.,...".."..".........."..".'."..,.,...,,.-... ,.00.. u. ,,,",,, IC CC,_. M.U/J .' Other State & Municipal Bonds "I.':'! 1,296,662.00 :,' 1

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NOTICETo ,,' Other Securities ,593,174.00'

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INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR Cash on Hand & Due From Banks :870320.82 16899075.45/

-Western cotton and Eastern .
design influence team up for !! :I,

Property Owners Outside an by 1972 elegant Maid hostess of Cotton gown Debbie worn TOTAL Resources $9,885,956.45Liabiliiies ,

Wright Lustrous cotton shan- j
tung shapes an emerald green j .
shirt arid l bright orange cumj j: ,
Any Municipality :!
merbund. A hand-paintecl ; : '
dragon sets off the A-line skirt \ : .r!,
of.the Sarff-Zumpano design. J! S

Person Capital Stock ," S 9300,000.00. .", I ISurplus ',, .

Every constructing any new s-- MOVIES.. :,:: :" I''N''H)-., '\

j 725,000.00. t' ,. f

building, making addition moving in a FLORIDA Five hundred THEATRE native Florida j j:0:::> ", .t." .

frogs and 100 giant South American j Undivided Profits ':,
Mobile Home must obtain building Toads were cast Into I
a per the title roles of American '' 1,88,921.46 (
International's new screen adventure Reserve for Contingencies 1(1,375,130.99.

mit in the :Tax Assessor's Office Court ," "Frogs" opening i.
Friday thru Sunday the FlorIda -
Theatre. Reserves fof'Loases on Loans ., .
Also playing with "Frogs"

house. I. "Bunny O'Hare." Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. .! .54.816.641nlere8t


Disney's!"Song/ of picturlzatton tt% South"of Walt the & Income Collected Not Earned : : '. ...; ... <::_:, :':' ; .162,003.42>.

also check the of the folk tales by Joel Chandler ; '.' ,, '. "" '
They must Zoning
Harris, returns to entertain .' a.
a new generation. Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable :5 'f.:: VV;'!; 'I : ;.;' .!' I' 3,600.00
Academy: Award recipient .
Area not including Municipality. James Baskett plays Uncle S .. S
any Other Liabilities 36.28
Remus, the beloved fabletest .' "j ,
who always ended his stories i

about Brer Rabbit, Fox and Demand Deposits 4,648,505.62
Bear with a moral.
COST OF PERMITUp Uncle Remus creator, Joel \
Chandler Harris, was born In Time Deposits 3615827.24 8,264,332.86+
Georgia In 1848. He knew the

to $ 1,000. $ 2.50 per M black people. Harris of was his the day Intimately. first TOTAL Li.i.1>UitJe and Capital 9,885,936.45FLORIDA

Southerner to proclaim their
From $1,001 to 15,000. 2.00 per M Importance as phllosphers? and
artists He portrayed Uncle
From 1.50 M Remus as a man of i
$15,001 to 50,000. per dignity; ,
humor, wisdom and understand..' j I
From 1.00 M lag. Ills animals characters '
up per. posses human qualities common : ,!

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to 8Y8l7OD8theworldover., : H "

"Song of the South open : BtlfKIfS j /I 1 Sr'A': '. h''K
JOliN. TORODE Chairman
,, Friday and Saturday the 301 : .

Bradford 'County; Zoning; Board. day Drive-in and Monday Theatre.! Is Opening The "Biz Sun- :i ub.ldUry. Of Florida National Banks Of FlorlJo, Inc.. f Member, l FewWral! Deposit lemronce Corp.: ,
Switch" plus "s11a". I 1/bL""

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Sloppy FieldingPuts

GM Down

In Ga. TourneyWith :

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three straight tourna-
ment win under their belt I
the Green Machine traveled to ,
Thomasvllle, Georgia over the I
weekend only to. drop two of .. Go
three came by a total of three
runt. In the Rose City; Slow- r
Pitch Invitational.
team to-
After rolling over Hanson !

Texaco 15-tln their first game, run-
the Machine dropped two two first
straight; 13-M to Buddy's Sport hurdles.
ing Goods and 23-21 Ina, rematch :"\ !; In the
with Hanson Texaco of :, .
Albany, Ga. .' lows in
This was the worst seriesof Coach Ba"'-
games we have played this with a
year," said Manager Townsend 12rn ; .
Strickland. "We expected to
have a little let down, but we \ first in
never really got up for any He also
of the games. long jump
220 with a
"We didn't hit good, field
good or even look good ex- AIk :
cept, for George Barnes and place ho-
Richard Mommaw. And Don- in a time
ald Falcon who looked like his : fourth. In
old self/ of four years ago." d and'r! : clocking.
Coming out of the loser's ''i his
Bold of Jacksonville : said
bracket, City; Bay-
eventually won the tournament -
'i.. '"
In their opening game, the ..':
Green Machine collected 16 hits rr
Including four round trippers Wrinkle'
to roll over Texaco 16-12.Mar- li. r ) Humor
cus Rhoden and George Barnes 6 ,; ii.i M ) ) Stanley
both went three-for-four at the .. : t\;\ .:! i \ Kenny Belote
plate to pace the winners. Both :\"';(.I Iflfj;; ,! ":;;:" \ ; ;; '! tilirb; \'\,' ) Bobby
;i.W. .: i 1"'l'.r': ')' : )!;" ):!\!('W; "' :>'Y
had home each.Lar- I ,1'
men a run '. ,. ; .:. ,' "
'Iii' \ ; ) !
: .
.\."<< .j. ,i.I'W, ,. .; !;: \:. :
\ /
ry Mercer was twofortwoandMummow :.4 '{'"' t'II .;,'', ';{ \ :{,:,' ':':J.}":,' { )
2-for-4 with both hits 'tjl 1 9Jli'ti/I'l': ;,,! :':', ,:;\\rMI: 'JI ) with team
round trippers., "' I ,f \\"i'; ,' :W"III,: ,f'vi {('' ( _Urewer

Texaco collected 12 scattered : :: ;'/ ?;} Kenny Be ,
hits,in 1I1'.IOJ.\kIUillltM\ couldt" : fj ?: -: r .I : ; y

n',produce the runs. .. .___ t 1 ;:;
In their' second contest, the "" ., ,...... .:i ".' ) I
Machine outhlt their opponents .'" h ; t II
19-14 but fell victim to their q
own errors, giving up two unearned -
runs which spelled the

difference between victory and ...
defeat. :;

The Machine was led by two <.
home runs ,and the four-for- ,
four performance of Richard .. ., .01'\.Ji\'!. :. : I
mum mow. '
Woody Strickland, Jim Car- Jimmy Ricks set a new district record Friday \

lington and George Barnes went night, clearing 6-2 to take first place honor : ( )
3-for-4 at the plate.In out with
a rematch of an earlier Akridge
contest Hanson Texaco gained
revenge by handing the Machinea onlY three
23-21 thumping to (knock them Tornado F getting f
out of the tourney. the third.
Again the Machine defeated up the i
themselves, giving up seven three Inn- !
unearned runs compared to one hit,
Texaco's two. struck out
Jim Garlington's two home Impressive In pitched two
runs and 5-for-6 performanceat ] \ went
the plate paced the Machineto .
a near win. Donald Falcon

slammed two round trippers "Wayne Tetstone has been terback," said Hurse. ; April 25-
over the fence and went 4-for- and BPOE
the most Impressive back this
5 at the plate. lie doesn't have the battle and
week, said Head Tornado Hazen does, but he has
The Machine will gain themselves of play the
Coach David Hurse"Andoverall -
a chance for revengeIn much Improvement. decided as
we haven't been looking bad t
two weeks as they travelto at all." "We didn't pass much the game
Moultrie, Ga. for another urday night but both .
Invitational. Most of the same "Basically, I was very the ball well. after the
teams are expected to parti pleased with all of the boysIn "We have been working \ three inn-
cipate. Saturday night's scrimmagegame our passing game this the score
John Watson now leads the ," Hurse said. "Tetstoneand and already It Is team scored
team In batting with a .661 Malachi Henry both looked marked improvement. and then
season average and 19 home real good at running back. muster e-
7. runs.- Mummow also has 19 "Don Loper, Chuck next three
week has been
"This Wayne
Terry Hayes, Ronnie Hall,
round trippers and Is batting run across
and is
the most impressive
wart Strickland, Tim
for the the
.629 year. game
running with real authority.; It
After 34 In various and Steve Register are all
looks like when we move him up from the JV looked
tournaments the Green Ma-
from his flanker position, he "
chine stands 27-7 for the year will add a lot of depth to the Saturday, night. Kelley and
with over 100 more games team. "Senior Tim Clark who : .
scheduled this year. also out for the first Wlnklerl and
"When we move him though looked good. had one
It does weaken our passing
game. He Is one of our better "I was very pleased J
JVGridProspects receivers. the play of both our 4-1, Po-
and defensive ends." ,
"Two other running! backs Disct. 2-2-1.
Tim Crews and Ronnie Hall Gray '''Flynn, Greg '
both had good nights Satarday1Crews and Loper all did good Jobs :
had a 48-yard'CDjaunt tight end.
Are Good to cap his evening. At split end are Clark FRIDAY, MAY 55:30 Police
chens, Jeffrey Norman, and
Hurst said both are learning Mike Jackson collecting a hit vs Coke; 7 p.m., >
to take advantage of their speed. So. Discount.

Highs Fifty this; spring boys year out after gridiron for threeprac-Bradford practices ber Brad both Carter had and good Vernon nights Bar at- Women's Champion Proving Hard To Dethrone way each Roger for Mltzel the win.hurled For Police all the Police MONDAY vs So,.MAY Discount.85 p.m..

tices. fullback, according to Hur.e.Saturday .& Jackson was relieved by Randy BPOE TUESDAY Coke, MAY 9- 5 p.m..

Two experienced backs are night was Barber's After two weeks of play In rett's Concrete Products seem the score of 10-3 and althoughBlalock's evening Norman's Farm had Corbin in the fourth Inning. vs
Reddish and first baptism under fire sine the Girl's and Women's Softball destined for the cellar having made an effort to no difficulty In shutting out Jackson gave up four hits and BPOE RAPS
fullback bacK Tommy Leonard sapp.: he recently moved to the backfield League, defending cham- suffered four consecutive losses come from behind the deficit Barrett's 20-0 In four Innings. walked three. Corbln gave up POLICE 10-5
running JV grldders are practicing from his ''tackle position. pion Colonial Florist has madeIt by large margins. proved to be too much to over- Norman's rapped the ball for three hits and walked one. ''FOR FIRST WIN

two days a week and are going "Barber did a good job at known that dethroning the come. 18 safeties with Kelly Richards In the second game Friday, BPOE, winless five starts
over the fundamentals of foot It," Hurse said. "It's going top team will not be an easy Results of games played The winners collected 14 base going four-for-four. San- Coca Cola won' its fourth game exploded In the third Inning
ball. Last year they practiced to take him a little time to task. Tuesday April 25KOCH' hits and were led by Gloria dra Norman was three-for-four In five starts by turning a close for six runs and handed the tA
but Colonial. In three starts hasa Crews, Judy Young, and Pam while Linda Cubbage, Susan Ingle -
three days a week. learn the new position, we DRUGS 15 genie. Into a rout winning It Police team their second consecutive -
feel that he will offer us good perfect 3-0 record.Norman's MEAT MARKET Woods each going twoforfour.Blalock's Jamie Caldwell and Ter- 14-4 ugerPOE.Coke loss In a Bantam Base-
"1 am'real pleased with the depth If we need him at the Farms and Koch's Drugs seem BLALOCK'S had 16 hits, two ry McNeal each haJ two bits rapped the ball extremely ball game played Monday, May
turnout. It looks like good running back position." to appear presently as the only Koch's Drugs marked up victory more than Koch's, and were Karen Melson had two hits well collecting 11 base hits. L
prospects from the eighth Since Tetstooe was movedto threats to Colonial. Both these number two In as many paced by the ttiree-for-flve performance for the losing Barrett's team. Going into the bottom of the The game was tied one bone
graders from the Middle School. the running back position teams are presently sharing starts by downing Blalock's of Bette Reddish while Results) of games played fourth BPOE trailed only by going Into the bottom of
said Coach David lIur... second place having won two of Meat Market 15-11 In a game Pam Many Cheryl Phillips,and
Billy Blgham, Levy Lemon Thursday, April 27- one run, 5-4, but In the fourth the third. In the top of the
"Spring practice Is where a and Stewart Strickland have three games. which saw both teams commit: Pam Rayburn were two-for- COLONIAL FLORIST Coke came up with five runs fourth Police made an effort
lot of boys tryout for football been working at pro man and. Blalock's Meat Market holds numerous mistakes, but illslock's four.NORMAN'S. BARRETT'S' I 21 for a 10-4 lead and went onto to..t back In the game by
It not down fourth place and while managed to commit more win It Plating three to trail 7-4
to see if they like or according to Hurse, all had 14.4.Jackson runs
and sometimes we lose a few." good nights Saturday. they have not yet shown enough than their opponents leading i FARM 20 Colonial Florist waltzed Prevatt going four- but In"the fifth' BPOE wrapped
start strength to be classed as contenders to their downfall BARRETT'SCONCRETE 0 through a two Inning contestS and the
Next week coaches will for-four, led the winners gait up by plating three
looking Into the positions of the "Eddie Haxen and Charlie they may wry well tall After two Innings of play &> the second game of the ( .o Pa,. 10)) Richard Hall, Mike Nettles,and more runs to lead 10-4.
boys said Hurse. Green both looked good t quar- Into the spoiler's role. Bar- Koch's had jumped out front by 9
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BBS Gals Zg 2Zciivlties PLAY
From The Small Fry Softball Program
boys ages 7-8-9 will
Strong THE RECREATION CENTERJR. begin their regular season
; i"Y games Wednesday, May 3. .
'Mi The team will play a doubleheader l7
; In Track #Na each Wednesday
Thursday Sponsor tor the
r.! BOYS SOFTBALL. 'Mie Recreation Department team are Community Bank
The fact that Bradford County PROGRAM BEGINS 1* In the process of contactingthe Andrew Drugs, First Federaland .
f grows some strong girls a* civic club of Starke In Kentucky Fried Chicken. ruRE4T
well a* boy was borne out HO
Saturday before a heavy downpour The Junior Boy Softball Program hopes of for getting the their sponsorshlp SCHEDULE: 4'KABout A
> This
rained out die first Girl h for boy ages 13-14-15 program. WEDNESDAY, May 3- 3:30.:
q"Ar" began Tuesday. particular age group has had (
.. 25. with
Athletic Association' Track need for Andrew Drug v. Ken. Fried 1 -
a some activities for
and Field Day.A .. > 60 boys turning out for the time but Chicken 4:30: P.m., Community -
,. r. nut session. a long participation
_" ..-t, Bank v* lit Federal. Dit-ii-
low In
all the
was very other
well a*being hard to catch _. '.." ."- '" 0.,_.), ,a;, .:. The boys are now playing activities that we have tried In THURSDAY, May t-3:30.An-: 301 1
to be .
girl proved strong ... _\ '. Softball drews. Drugs vs let Federal;
practice games and are busy the past. seems to be
as well In the Held events.
4:30 Comm.
The shot put and discus provedto ,. :_ learning the finer points of the answer and we oo not want KFC. p.m., vs Show Begins At SundownFRI.
be their best events against ; .JL low pitch) oftball. to fall this time.Women's .

girl from Gainesville High MEN'S SOFTBALL-
Clay, and Buchholz. Bradford' Dabble Napier (top) and an unidcntU ., SAT. MAY 5.6
l.d girl from Cloy High had two different point of Softball. : (From p.0.9)) Graudon Refrigeration's Hippies -
four of five positions Bradford In swept the view Saturday as how to clear the bar In the high won their fifth straight

discus In the Junior division. |lump during tho GAA's Track and Field Doy.Bottom. with Barrett' Concrete Products onlal vs Blalock's; 9 p.m., Cunningham Monday night Gulf as 18-14 they edged In aIxlnnlng
Linda Brown took first place hitting the ball hard and Koch's vs Barrett iP-A-OEEtP
with a throw of 65-11. Ida Mae consistently for 19 hits and TUBS., MAY 97:30; BIa- The Hippies contest.are now 5-0 for UO D D Ali
Williams was second with a ended rule. the game via the 20 run locks v* Barrette; 9 p.m., Colonial the season and lead th* Men' !

throw of 61-6 1/2.Cynthia Hodge Barrett's did maruure to score vs Norman's. Slow Pitch League .
finished fourth and Lucenda against Colonial and
f Cruce fifth. led 1-0 before the green actually clad } ,{_;< ...t.6r! ;.Yf: ; I
In the senior division, Paula Colonial came to the plate. ;; 4
Reid, placed third, Sandra Cut-. lr x't FLORIDA THEATRE '
fee fourth and Tristr Myers, NORMAN FARM 10 >, _.. ( i
fifth. KOCH'S 9 Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 ,.', > 1 .,. '"'. {

Heavy rains prevented.;'.the.;< The second game of the eve- hot, :- fteadln,;.
I Ir
finals In the shot put;' t* I vlng although played with miscues L '7 ,' ...'f.w '1'r the '
sl I on the part of both teams FRI. SAT. SUN. MAY 5,6,7 ,
Bradford's 440 relay'f aam' 7nII ;" .:t S
of Sue Contois Kathrtne Cole-* Involved was a real battle and t':', .,', ,, t lUt3t11tel',
man, Debbie Thomas and Mercedes -. crowd pleaser as It went to AUUfl, I AHKO M JAMII H NICHCI.IONx.xx;
the final out before a winnerwas l I.
Hill finished
nr.tnthelr! : rAP'ne .
It it with a 56.9 clocking- be-- determined. Due DaVISERneST ? I f .1bYRadeolr '
ft 'It the already threatening' I Koch's had led 1-0 after one ...he.sa /- $$b >
as tent the more than 75 II Inning only to find themselves sweet IItlle I 4
gl Is along with their:sponsr trailing 6-1 going Into the bot- mother ." '.\.
and friends runnlilg.for\ tom of the second.In '< aw.N..A.ah.eN.ter //JoeIa.-.JIarlMnla'Aa/1aIP-
ct r. I: ,, : .the lower halt of the second BOHGNIHe mcD.AMMCMtrMtimrioMt.Mctufli: > COLOR u i e.r0 wait
I I 'tda Brown captured JnitfvKT; Koch' plated seven runs 01". A_....,lntrnMtwul. Picture. ..IM. Iiv3aey'vMALtIk
1 du honors for Bi! $: *>Bha: to take an 8-6 lead. After four
l ad.n1 a second place:finish tn: Innings Koch's hung tenaciouslyto
[ tr ,'0-yd. hurdles to.her first.I a 9-7 lead and after five PLUS
t I ". finish In the discus. a 9-8 lead. vMtiUXlE VWTSONmtnUTH WMIWCXTKI :

u animate Selma Demps.was. regained In the sixth the lead Inning 10-9 Norman'and then HATTIE NkQwdL'JAMES--BAnCrTT...-CWNANNTEN....._...-_ -'BOOeVDPScOLL.....---! HM4.'OMtir
, cl: > behind Linda In m.. .lion'-. up doggedly held off a determined IF [JlP
dli ::0 finish third. "..;; group of Koch's girl for the r
1 the senior division( low win. In that final inning Koch's PLUS :
hui tee, Terri Woods finished had the bases loaded but Nor-
, se d, Margaret Rlsby third BHS Runners man's managed to keep a run-
I !ant rlsh Myers fourth.Ct ner from scoring.Norman's ",TIIE BAREFOOT: EXECUTIVE":
t High produced some (From Page 9)) Farms outhlt free ,::4*.,,'
Koch's 17-13 with Kelly Rich- h
str r runners In the 50-yd.
dai is BUS could manage only All 12 boys will participate this year. ards once again enjoying SUN., MON. I.\\', 7.S': 1"(
tw nlshes Laron Bass fourth! In the regional set for WIn- "Baring anything untorseen for-four performance. Sharon .. '. (, ,: ,
ant hula Reid fifth. ter Park next Saturday, May we should be a definite con- Howell and Linda Cubbage were : : :'

Sc a excellent times were 6. tender for the regional title" three-for-four while Cookie 'fl1E, BIB(; SWITCII"PLUS ...,..
Mundorf Sandra -
seen n the 100-yd. dash before "Other fine performances by Loper says. Norman, and "
the rain Interrupted them. our boys In the district meet. Helen Ingle each had two hits. ": .. :
Mea des Hill turned In the according to Loper were Whitein "The always strong homes Carolyn Redding and Linda .
City team will again be favored Powell shared honors for ; -,-* :'f"LILA" :
best tote for BUS with a 12.4 the shot put Mark Hodges : ; "
\ clocka g. Clay High had the In the mile, Timmy ChandlerIn with Palatka South Ap- Koch's as the top hitters each o I POleD
opka, Brooksvllle Hernando, going three-for-four and Terry,
best time to date with 12.3 the 440 Jimmy Cauley In
time. the low hurdles and Carl Lu- Cocoa Beach and Klsslmmee, Woods was two-for-four. AMUVL I AUKOFf and JAMES H NICHOLSON f MMl JOAN _ADAM
ther In the 220. rounding out the top teams." STANDINGSColonial Flor 'TROGSOAYMILLAND ELLIO VAN AM ROARKE X Rated! Adm. 1.25 18 Yrs. Up
1st 3-0. Koch's Drugs 2-1. Nor- C..1.-1 "taMICIIICMIINllllWIKmAl" ) PlIIII IHOMAS GUMGHDWMOSntOOUCIKM c."
At an aid 'to ,the baseball 'Luther turned a 24.8 220 First four finishers In each man's Farms 2-1. Blalock's JUDY PACE COLOR '- MOVIE.A. -An AMERICAN INTRhATIONALRelease .1 f.D.'s Required
for his best effort of the event at the regional will pro- Meat Market ,. .... .. ... ...
fan iy not print tin ptay- year 1-2,Barrette Con- I q .m 'n' .. .. .. ,
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REGISTRATION PRE-SCHOOLERS FOR built from the school to the 4th grade: David Fussell, Kinney on the birth of a beautiful -
Registration! for cafeteria are proceeding. Doug Watson, Janlne Wlillng- baby daughter/ ElizabethAnn News with Mrs. Prince. Prayer'Bandwill
new C, C, Anderson, Supervisor
ham. The MeKln- at DeaconPatterson's
on April 28. meet Friday
students and 1st grade of Secondary Education of Bradford 5th grade: Kay Prescott, Fred neys have another daughter. I
students school!-ho have never attended Co. School System, wasa Terry, Sandy Douglas, Steve Laura Lynn age 5. Mr. McKinney ) On Saturday the Ushers will
will be at
Brooker held special guest attending this Thomas. is the principal at By Elisabeth Given Walkerwill sell dinners from the kitchen.
Elementary on Wednesday meeting.Mr. Mrs. Scott's Outstanding of
room Brooker Elementary Sunday School teachers conference -
May 24. McKinney and Mr. Smith
Principal I Achievement. be provided by Bethlehem 6 p.m. Morning Wor-
Dewey McKInney Joined In thanking everyone for Sth grade: Angln' Andrews, PERSONALS: Dinner
ship at 11, with baptism. -
Freewill Choir
In No. 2,
order Regular
says to register a
their tremendous cooperationand Ricky Carroll Broderick Cha- Bradlee and Deena Cox en- rel'io"w' served 12:30.: League.
child who has never attended efforts In making the bar- vls. Joyed the weekend with their Nixon h..., Evening Service at 7 p.m. 4 .Evening Worship 6pm.
nubile school, parents must becue such a huge success. 6th grade: Tammy Andrews, Granny Pressley, Pa Mack and improving Greater Allen Chapel AME p.m.
bring the following at the time After the business meetingand Teressa Booth, Isabel Bristol, Becky In Lake Butler, while one of Church Rev. C, E. Jenkins ANNIVERSARY
of registration: proof of birth musical program, .parents Susan Raulerson. Darlene their mom and dad enjoyeda N.mon.il '" ; pastor. Junior Choir'rehear- Mr and Mrs. Leo DoSue of
date; physical examination report were treated to refreshments Sharp, Alan Smith,Jerry Smith, weekend together In Central lleiillh/ is | sal each Wednesday, 8 p.m. Pleasant Grove were honoredat
signed by a doctor on the after which they were taken Mike Starling Susan Bass. Florida. It was great for me lion on 11I '' Senior Choi r rehearsal each their home last Saturday with
form provided: by the sc.iool; on a tour of the Library, wherenew to get away from cooking dirty and rlOhl ; Tuesday before the first and a surprise' reception given by
and proof of state required Items purchased by the FISH FRY MAY 13 ; dishes washing clothes, etc. A, lt1 : third Sunday. Sunday School their children on their 38th
Immunizations on the forms PTA were on 'display. These The Volunteer Fire Deportment -a real vacationtry it sometime moms of 10 a.m. Love Feast. Communion Wedding Anniversary. More
provided by the! school. Items Included such things as will hold Its annual fish "being '''"| at the afternoon service than 100 guests attended this
Parents of such children are new books and audio visual fry on Saturday night. May 13. helping! i !l 5:30: p.m happy event and the Dues
asked to come by the schoolat materials. This tour was led at the Town Park. Tickets are Sympathy is extended to Mr. pnul: Greater Bethlehem Freewill received many lovely gifts' and
their earliest convenienceto Brenda Hajes Angle An- and Leonard Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper flowers
by now on sale by the fireman at Mrs. Booth, Johnny supplies ..
obtain the necessary forms drews 5th and Te- Williams pastor. Choir No. 3 4 +
graders, $1.50 for adults and $1 for and Teressa. The Booths carry out I
and Information to register ressa Booth, 6th grader with children. Plan to attend this lost an Infant daughter/ Dana for c. rehearsal and Ushers Board Tilly watches the worst television .
children on :May 24. If unable Mr. :McKinney available to Parllee gmm, : No. 2 each Monday night.Tues-
answer supper and support your Fire born April 26; died : programs all winter se
to come to the school, please questions. Department. April 28, 1972. ugcd 6) day night Senior Choir re-
call the school at 485-4S41.; Rrooker Elementary School for the sick Mon Ie"0\ hearsal. Wednesday night that the rerun of the food<
J Forms may also be picked up wishes to recognize the following CONGRATULATIONS: roe Barnes, Morris Dyal, Glen- six-month, Prayer Meeting. Tuesday night ones will be new to her In the
at the county health department students on their outstanding To Mr and Mrs. Dewey Mc- da Charts. the Ladles Circle will meet ipring.
In tarke.PT efforts and academic a- ____ m
chiovements during the 5th 6th
f\ MEKTIMG weeks grading period: C
On Tuesday night! April 25, Miss Jackson's room. Outstanding $aall aAYejC Tflo
the Brooker Elementary PTA Achievement: ,' s

met with an enjoyable musical 1st grade: Tiny Hodge, Penny _____ ; _
presented the 4th
program by Jakab, Bradlee Cox. o
5th and 6th graders, under the 2nd grade: Drew Andrews, I4i
direction of Mr William Chapman : Kenee' Molt Lee Orten Penny rtlr Ol.a
while Mrs. Scott accompanied RiggS, Randy Starling! Frank rata
on the piano.A Andrews, Guy Wayne Parrlsh. tracNcr.a
report was given on the Recognize efforts: 1st grade
March barbecue supper, which Clay Mcltae, Cindy Raulerson.
cleared $500. it. II. Green .Jr. Debbie Polk. 2nd grade: Vicky .
was thanked for his cash donation Tetstone, Mark Crews, Warren -
which was chosen In: Hall, Brenda Lynn 11111. / $ : -y--
place of a pig by tho winner Miss Hill's room. Outstanding A S _
of tlicdrawlng, I-onnloTetstono. / Achievement:
The date of the next PTA 2nd grade: Monica Green .
meeting was set for May 16 Sharon Fussell Brenda WillIngham. .
with an election of new officers .
for the 1972-1973 school 3rd grade: Deborah Green
term. Also a presentation of Donna Marsh, Elaine Mott. (ql
school awards will be madeto Joyce Prescott, Sheila Starling, Burgess Transistor Batteries )
deserving students. I.orlanne Tetstone, Kim Thomas J S
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I I 'Honor'Ar' eri.caDay' I

Training At Blanding<<
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of an English shipowner' who
Florida National Guardsmen This year the Guardsmen win will be on hand for this event, SIGNERS OF TIlEDECLARATION hud settled there about 1730.
some 3,500 strong, moved Into be free to leave camp at 5p.m. but the military "brass" will After graduating from Harvard
Camp Blandlng Sunday and Immediately Friday and have all day be out In full force. The pub- 7th Signer ,.ROBERT TREATPAINSMassachusetts. College, Elbrldge Joined
launched Into 15 day hgbk Sunday off, re lic Is invited to attend this his father and brothers in the
of annual Held training. to Blandlng at activity., Robert Treat Paine was an- family business, but he also
midnight Sunday. ether of the signers who could took a lively Interest In public
la an effort to beat the summer r ; Guardsmen returning to trace his ancestry back to the affairs As a member of the
heat It It the earliest Due to the I ,' new ,policy the Blending Sunday noted many Mayflower. One of his ancestors Massachusetts legislature he
encampment of Florida Guardsmen annual parade, In which all Improvements since their had been a governor of met Sanuel Adam., and under
In history and will be the units participate, will be held training period last summer. Connecticut and Ms father had Ma influence Gerry SJNM became -
first time the citizen soldiers at 3 p.m. Friday. So far. It Recreational areas have been been a minister until he gave a fiery supporter of therevolutlonal'1
have had their weekends free Is not known whether the Governor vastly Improved;much new road up that calling to become a cause. He worked
from training duties. or Lieutenant Governor paving, and work on ranges merchant. with Samuel Adams and John
has been done; many buildings Robert attended Harvard College Hancock to gather arms and
11 have new roofs and paint Jobs; and was educated for the munitions tor the patriots, and
and the construction of a NonCommissioned ministry, but because of poor during the Britfst march on
Officers Club health he turned to the studyof and Concord he had

I A;: Visit With The Boys I'I'I the CNCO lake) has front been near completed the Enlisted on career law began Instead.at His the political time of to Lexington flee, clad for his only life in Into Ms a night cornfield -.

Men's Club. the Boston Massacre when he shirt. '
I At In 1892With
Camp acted as associate prosecutorof Early In 1776 Gerry was e-
The National Guard soon to the Brlttst soldiers charged lected to the Second Continental -
and "Ice water" return to a total volunteer set with Manslaughter. His vIgor- Congress, where he becamea
cigars were
I the local National Guard passed around by that prince up has been taking a long lookat one speeches attacking right close friend of both John
Company now at Its annual encampment Itself, and has made many of Britain to quarter soldierson
of good fellows Orderly Sergeant Adams and Thomas Jefferson
at Camp Blandlng A cononlsts against their
= changes. striking Innovation the
Wall. He did valuable work In helping
h I It is Interesting to note how Tom : Is the adoption of the Gen. will attracted wide attention. procure supplies and munitions
Starke's "Home Guardsmen"were Westmoreland Paine for five a
policy of 'get was years
spending their time at I next met Lieutenants. Owens the Job done, and the day's Job member of the colonial assembly for the army and In July he
voted for and later signed the
summer encampment 80 years and Alvarez, both looking every Is clone" rather than the older In Massachusetts, and because -
Pfe Jam. FuJojr. a linesman for Clay El.c trie" and Chart. Schalf.r. Jr., of' ago. Inch a soldier. When* the dinner Army policy of setting an alot- of his reputation as a Declaration.

Star., r.mov..npin. from ** ton truck wMU .fyl"a- two" w..ka of activo' duty with call was blown I was Invitedto ted tune to produce, even If patriot was sent as a delegateto Gerry continued to serve dliIgently '.
Co. P In the'summer of 1802 "the mess with them; was takenIn
there was time to spare. both the First and the Sec- In Congress after the
boys" went to old Camp Mitchell charge by that whole! souled ond Continental Congress.Here
at St. Augustine, close and genial lot Sergeant Frazee Revolution, though his stuborness -
The two-weeks training he became a close friend of and tendency to change his
Malntonanco.etJiTORiAls enough to home that friends and escorted to a table of pine Include air-ground exercises John Hancock, though more mind were unfortunate charac-
and relatives could visit them boards where I was waited between helicopters and Infantrymen moderate In his views. As one torististfcs. .
during the encampment.The upon by Head Walter Ernest range firing, bridge of those who still hoped fora President John Adams appointed -
Morgan. Everyone had a good construction, and civil disturbance peaceful settlement with Eng member
Gerry a of a
following la a letter to
appetite and came 'up boldly
> refresher techniques he and signedthe
t tr supported mission to France In 1797, but
Th. Telegraph In that year,giving to the charge, which was led "Olive Branch"
eI"" the Impressions of one of by Corp. Ed Duncan and Private ''There will Inspection dur- final how-pe- he quarreled with the''other
; tition in 1775. By 1776
: members because of his
the visitors who went to Camp Henry Richard. The bill ber of regular Army general he had become convincedof pro-
Mitchell to see how the boy. schedules French attitude. On his return -
of fare for dinner wait: officers. Their are the necessity for complete
Gerry found himself out
were getting along: being arranged by MaJ. Gen.
In fact he was
; Do We'WcaitA Day Care Center? TELEGRAPlIAI. Rice Fish, ,Bradford with pompadour County; sauce style;; Henry Adjutant W.General McMillan of,St.the Augus-State one of both the few the delegates Olive Branch who of but favor'supported with by the the Federalists Republicans

EDITOR signed who elected him ,
.. Sausage a la alligator; butter, governor
I a the pleasure of coffee, sugarandmllk Dessert.; tine.Brig. petition and the Declaration of of Massachusetts In 1810.
vvi itingoCampd Mitchell at St.. Ice water. Gen. K. C.: Bullard independence. He later became The term"gerrymander"dates
I For four years ,now attempts have funds, or $7,500, from the federal Augustine. The camp Is pitched commanding officer of the 53rd Washington's chief buyer. of from this time and grew out of
been made to establish, day care all would add to the In an open field on the banks of Quartermaster Infantry Brigade, told his assembled cannon. a redistricting bill Gerry sup
I center in Bradford County needed men000. the St.. Sebastian, to the right of Is the caterer Serg.for the Henderson company -- officers Sunday night: 1777 Paine to become left the the Congress first attorney In ported which obviously benefited
the depot. ,and "This encampment will be one his own party.; One districtwas

i Primary purpose '6f such a center As the problem was out Monday to The boys all seemed to enjoy faction., Our gfves boys general are well satis up of iod three will be 1"*purposeful.. The training prideful per, and general several of years Massachusetts Inter- resembled so oddly a salamander shaped that and It

I Is to give working, mothers .of bab- the Bradford County; Commission by camp life regardless of the In the tactics, and one cannot and pleasant as well, for the his friend Governor Hancock angry Federalists coined''the
les-to-klndergarteo. children: a placeto Children's Committee'Chairman C. heat They' have reveille at I say too much In their praise. officers and men. .appointed him to the new supreme word "gerrymander" to des
I leave their children while they C. Anderson: "We must have $10,000 4:30 a.m., drill 5 a.m., and mustnotforge tMajor-General court of Massachusetts. cribe It.
Joe Young. Joe Is the pet of In 1804 at the of 72, he
after which "That doesn't mean any easing age
I work. Staffed correctly, a day care from somewhere." If we can't get It, "d hose' mtaon duty; have the the camp and struts around In of objective. We still aim retired to spend his last;yearsIn In 1812 Gerry was elected

care center environment> could pro- we can't start whole day to visit the beach, his uniform like a young pea to be ready for any emergency, Boston. Vice President on the ticket
vide great advantages to low Income take In the sights of the ancIent cock and can keep step with civil or In time of disaster, In addition to his work as with Madison, but two years later -
children In preparlng.Jhem to start Cooperation in the form of buses, city and cast sly glances the best of them. or the national military Interest a lawyer and Judge Paine was ,,he while died of a sudden seizure -'
and equipment would at the pretty girls of which ," he added.Rotary deeply interested In the sciences on his way to the
with buildings .
school on a moree.qual basis abundance. There 'are several "mash especially astronomy, and Senate. Although a controversial
their middle class peers. come from the local school system, there was an er" In the company, among helped to found the American figure In his own time,
j Using state monies for a day care I spent most of the day with whom I' may mention Julius Academy of Arts and Sciences. Gerry nevertheless had the loyal I
center Is prohibited by law, and local Co. B. (Bradford County; Adams, Ernest Morgan, Avery Told Paine had been married in support of John Adams, and
school funds are borderline. Guards) 4th Bat., Capt.Heiber- Powell Corp. Crews Walter 1770 to Sally Cobb and .had Is remembered as an honest
A day care center could: also provide ger acting major, commanding. Wills, Ed Duncan and Henry 1972 Session eight children. He was 45 years and devoted patriot who did j
f a place for welfare mothers to About the first to greet me Richard. :If I had space I could old at the time of signing and much,to help arouse the revolutionary '
r! leave children while they find work Neither does It seem the respon- was the cordial captain..,lie mention the whole company, Was ProductiveState died at the age of 83. spirit In the
or prepare themselves for work. In sibility of the County Commission to was as full of business as ever, for they are all fine looking 8th SignerELBRIDGE GERRY nies. "It Is the duty; of
monies needed In and the girls fall In love with citizen, though he have
use tax sorely looking out for every little detail Massachusetts
\ other words, it could take some per- other areas to support a day care and comfort of his men.I them on eight Senator Bob Saundersof Elbrldge Gerry, Ilk. his day to live, to devote
sons pff welfare rolls of bur county. center. But In other Florida was Invited to his tent where -W. N. M. Gainesville defended the 1972 friend Samuel Adams, was anblohead to the service of. his cono)1)1
many .... .. ...
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The Bradford.County M-Qhjldren's 'county 1; the County Commtdlon&f'esth..proaram..ba.lc.flnanl .r..R'. ; LL' ..v lgGd lrU., gal that.lt; Was 'V.B<-nothIn#f; ''t4'lnsdet'endeH .', ,lctt ax J i, m" rr1"-\wa.-\ '- l3J S21It 1
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'. Committee Is trying now to obtain sup >. < : session ln a talk'at' fn. H"w{ 'NIttveor x or"0ie""Signing". and ,
funds to may prove so In .this 1 county, If we j'', ,,Rotary Club last week V'' ', ;,Massachusetts,the*orl hl/,.I'1/ eaelheagWof.701', 'v h 1111'+

I: $10,000 secure $30,000 to use as in matching Federal funds, a- are to have a day care program star- o nwAgenf'.NeWS. : Saunders listed some of the ..."",."',"""''.:.",..,,,,.:0. *ox'........'....."."...-......."...,........oY.... ,........."YoYoY.." _...."."..._...... __""

vailable under Title 4A of the Social ted. accomplishments of the ses

i Security Act. It costs $1,000 per Bobby 1.. Taylor slon Including additional fundIng -' Planning Session Held:-l
Best way It seems to us; would be for schools, and the allocation .
child to staff and equip a day cen- a united community; effort to raise of about $29 million to
ter for 12 months.' The committee the $10,000. It could be sort of a Cattlemen should be taking dens. Mole crickets and cut county; and municipal governments For Honor,America Day ,
wants to begin with 50 children, about a break from their normal rou- worms have_ been bad this He said these measures ;
two cent of those who could utilize United Fund. tines today Friday and Satur- spring. Chlordane as aS per should result In some
per day to attend the 21st Annual cent dust or 1-1/2 to 2 per reduction In local property tax Another planning session for support and backing from the -
such a center. A great need exists for some per- Beef Cattle Short Course now cent bait Is recommended In es. the "Honor America Day" organization entire county, while not makIng '<
or organization to gef,, behind going on at the University; of the garden. Chlordane bait will was held In the courthouse contributions too hard on
With $10,000 In local funds, which son, Florida. also work, on your lawn for The speaker also discussed Thursday night, April anyone.,
donations as well the day care center program somebody mole crickets. Sevin and Mal- recent reapportionment chan- 27.
could come through
I I who could head up the fundraising 'The program this year covers athlon are two Insecticides that ges, and said that with three The old-fashioned 4th of Contributors so far are: Mr.
as through some governmental agencyin drive. many subjects that should should take care of most gar- Incumbents pitted against each July celebration will be held and Mrs. Karl Holtz, E. W.
the county; the program could net be of direct Interest' to our dent Insects. Even though these other for the two seats in the at the Fairgrounds and will Hodges, Jr. the Woman's Clubof

the $30,000, thus giving $40,000 for Other counties have passed us by. cattlemen. two Insecticides are not on new 16-county; district "A start with a parade In the afternoon Starke, Chamber of Commerce
the program. Another $2,500 would, A lot'of progress has been the restricted list, you should musical chairs game Is coming and close with a fireworks Starke Lions Club, Mr.
hopefully' be raised through donations They already, have day care centers. made during recent months Inmost be cautious and follow directions up." He said that he will seek display after dark.-Var and Mrs.. Ralph M. Vaughan

t of those using the thus obtaining of. our cattle operations.' on the label any time re-election to the District 5 ious games and contests will Hampton City Officials. Roy
'program A need exists here too. Our cattlemen are taking soil ;you use a pesticide., post, which Is for a fouryearterm. be held during the afternoon, P. Glover Buck Dennlslon Lil
: the 3-1 ration of matchingI samples and liming and fertilizing highlighted by a softball game Dan Ingenlath Arthur Bruno
I to produce more and ., between county; elected officials ''
and Davis Com-
better grazing for, their herds. Saunders said he believes In and city; elected officials mlssloners George Eddie;County Allen; Ze---
Many have begun to do a better Our recent, cool nights have preserving the present state of Starke,Brooker Law dra Hamilton George Roberts
I I i'l t's Festival Time Job of culling their herd to prolonged our strawberry harvest cabinet system. "I think It tey, and Hampton. Dave Shuford,and Ralph Bryan., "
get rid of poor producers. Better a few days. would be folly to place too This event will require a number -
Heifers and herd replace- much power in the hands of of expenditures, so the
'Florida eluding frog legs and Indian hoe cakes ments are being selected. Most all;.fields are now opento any governor, no matter how committee decided to solicit
If you've never-Iattended: If you've never tasted a' coonburger, Probably the most Improvement the public on a U-Plck-It good he happens to be," he a minimum of $10 from each
r Folk Festival ai.:the";Stephen Foster have a new experience coming. that I have seen Is tile basis. Berries are still real said elected official, and $25 from
Memorial at White- Springs give you use of better bulls. I've said good for your table or freezer. Freeman Register in was each club or organization In the
I yourself a treat this weekend -. pack that the best way to Improve Make your plans now to welcomed as a new memberof county.; It was felt that this
'The youngsters are bound to get a a herd of cattle ,,Is to use a visit a strawberry Held In the the club.Bond. means of raising the estima-
;. ,up the family, head for the Suwannee thrill from watching potters and glassblowers better bull. The bull ,ls half Lawtey area this weekend. ted $1,000 needed would servea
//River, and have yourself a ball. For ply their trade in some of the your herd. twofold purpose training

family entertainment. 'can't. be beat. many craft exhibits or seeing home- < Pregnancy testing should be Sales - "

made cloth being made on a spinning the next step for our cattlemen -
j The big outdoor-..stage.overlooking wheel more than 100 old. .. This Is a practical and '-- - -
years Hit
the Suwannee River:.will'te> the center very economical way to determine t', t $19,888During 3 REASONS
I \' of attractlo 'Cor most visitors, whether each cow In | Did-U-Know? ,. .
'wt the varied 'activities there are Visitors to the Foster Memorial your herd Is working to pay t t MarchU.S.

only part of the whole show> over the years have found the fes- her way.Open cows are nothing WHY YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR
tival to be great fun and .that is why but a dead expense and MONEY WHEN WE
*i; ; :? ; with the present day expensesof Every farm tractor and every Savings Bond sales totaled INSTALL AIR
Native goods Will ben:: sale at they keep coming back every year a cattle operation, .a cattleman Mlf-propelled unit of farm $19.888 during March In- CONDITIONING TO YOUR HOME!
booths extending froni'.the festival in Increasing numbers. For an experience cannot afford to have equipment or Implement of Husbandry Bradford County; reaching 30
that is definitely different free boarders In his herd. manufactured after January cent sales
White per goal,
grounds lnto adv; >dpwntovoi maybe you should Join them this I, 1972, must be equippedwith according ftoeS.L. Peek Jr., 1. The All New Chrysler Airtemp:
where lturous
Springs>> gourmets vehicular hazard warnIng -. president the Florida Bankat
weekend. unit I IsJhe Best
f' may sample many>M9ly'treats.' ; In- Even though many of our poultry lights visible ,1000 feet, Starke. r-JW. ,: ,r.r.-'. w. Market Has. xf I '
producers have had difficult front and rear to be displayed I"
'.._'. .,:''" .. times during the last year whenever such vehicle Is operated Peek Is volunteer county; 2. Only Expert Air Conditioning ''' -;
or so, poultry Is still big business upon a highway chairman of U.S.Savings Bonds.
Men Will ,
L :6'ti 4n' in Bradford County; and install '. No Trainees ; ,tv

J'' ., .. ... ." ,. very Important to all >of us. Captain fli: H.'' Spears local Florida sales of Series E
The North ,Florida Poultry Troop Commander of the Florida and II United States Savings 3. Low Overhead Assures You
'The'Bradford Producers will meet next Tuesday Highway' Patrol, advised, Bonds in March were $11.3 mil
County ti :- o 0e. night May 9, at the Agriculture that these same vehicles manu lion, up $1.3 million over Of The Lowest Possible Price .
i-TELJEGRAPH Building In Starke to factured after January I, 19720 March 1971. Savings Bonds \
discuss ways and means to must have multibeam headlights sales In Florida totaled $33.2
,E313: )LISHED 1879 f'-'b'Di Improve their relations with 1-red,taillight visible red million during the first three Why Not CaD V. Today For
'J '.' '.' the companies they grow for 1,000 feet, and two (CZ) months of 1972, 17.8 per cent Free Survey Of Your Needs
and to discuss possibilities for reflectors on the rear visible. ahead of the same quarter last

,, wa UII. I find my delight in thycommandments. Improving grower contracts. 600 feetin'addido ;year.
-' .'- (Psalm Our Representative. Gene Shaw PSWNI
FLO'E'' S S 119117)).. will be on hand to discuss It any\ towed unit The $5.3 million IncreaseIn ; : ,
\ this with our,, growers. This 'obscures any\ light on the unit sales this first quarter put WeS: ke'AI'' U Ma ce" "' ::' ,?' ,

'r''t :, 'i'.f. A SO'i;: : -. N All' of us,, reslly'a.nt'' the 'producers abOUICI tnCOUn to attend..all this of meet our (or t)t foot Its load to Ota extends rear of over the tractor four- Florida attainment ahead goal of by Its 3.1 projected per cent. --'f'' ....' >,.......',,.,"I.,- ., I",
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'i2f' -. 'JT\ establishment of harmony and the towed unit must have. The state reached 31.8 per cent 4 j" ft":
.,';: ; .'}; .' order. We take a fundamental) 'Id''addition two C) red retactors on the of Its annual sales goal March, ':
I' ': 'I. ; we will discuss u."r.wrw
I I "ar ate -ln ths( direction when we control waste and dead rear visible 600 ""'t. 31. -II/damp. ddiudTiti.f:

review the cornerstone! of our bard disposal, and talk about ,
I E.t.: MATTHEWS.EJIforPublLh.( .,
I faith-the commandments and the Poultry Institute scheduled If the towed unit extends over Chairman Peek noted that
P"blh".d.OIIIch Thur Jy and .nt.rd .* Second them for liv foIMq 33-24. to be held four (4) feet to the left of the 70 per cent of the nation's savings -
adopt day
present atFIag"r
/, -.Class Man** at the .PUt'Offle..t Stark; Florida Inn In d biesvul.. center line of the tractor, the'. bond sales from
Ing. As affirm divine orderSubscription sdd1nf
.ands Act>: f March 3rd, 1879. we unit shall have an amber reflector 1l .saving plane He STARKE i :
Ih our mind body> and affairs. '. dabble 600 feet from
.in trad ."*.1 1 ,..r. $5.00; Outside = hicn people save regularly -
.. \tr4 ar.a>' 1 $5.50. ,We allow'the fullness of all life the! front. The two red re- on this plan offered ''a' ,'i I ..
t r! year nil light, and,all good will coma r.. been getting several calls Rectors on the rear shall show by 40,000 of the nation's employers nMawhael! ,lVAaafRA n ,
to us. on Insects la lawns and pr.L ,the extreme: width.

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CHURCH SCHEDULES side Hospital Friday night.'They Rev. James Starling, brought Dorko, Mrs Martie Green and
THE CIRCUIT CouRT' OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ties Is subject to a public Grace United Methodist gave a good report on her con-. the message while Rev Dobbs children and Kenny Terrell For Any Crime':
FLORIDA hearing to be held on Tuesday was on vacation.Mr. visited Disney World near Orlando .
e OF FLORIDA. IN AND CIRCUIT INTANa tai Jf'U' ). May 30th at 7:30 pjn. in the m. Worship !Services 11 a.m. Friends of Mrs. Dan Starl .: and Mrs. James Townsend last Saturday and enjoyedthe
FOR LEON COUNTY FLORI- FORD COUNT" County Commission room at the and 8 pjn. Prayer Meeting ing will regret to learn that and children, of PowderS sights there. Wildlife officers can make'
CIVIL CASE NO.FIRST i ... Bradford County Court Houseat Wednesday 8 Jum. MYF and she had to return to Alachua >>rIIws. Ga., spent the week- Visitors at the home of Mrs.. arrests : crime they
CAsE NO. 72-808 FEDERAL SAVINGS & which time all persons Interested -, Choir Practice Thursday.7:30: General Hospital for further end with Mr and Mrs. Ken- P. L. Dlnklns were her eon. witness, according to opinion I
IN RE: 828,000.000 HIGHER LOAN ASSOCIATION OF shall be beard for or Church '''treatment.Mrs. neth Barfleld. Paul, of St.Augustine: on Thurs by Attorney General Robert,
EDUCATION BONDS. SERIESE STARKE, Plaintiff -..- MERRILL against the proposal, as specified of God: 'Sunday .Henry A. Carter and Rev. and Mrs. James Starling day and her daughter Mrs. Shevln,
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ..' CONSTRUCTION' COM- In the Zoning Code of School 9:43 ajn. Worship services daughter, Shellle, of Columbia and family, of Starke,vItIl- Horace Cox of Waldo, on Friday The only difference between
OF FLORIDA, a body PANY. INCORPORATED and Bradford County. 11 ajm. and 7:30 p.m. S.C., and daughter Mrs. ted their brother-ln-law and Mrs DInkIns is Improving game warden and any other type;
corporate under Section 2 of others Detnda&\te. John Torode. Chairman Family night Wednesday; 7:30: Thomas N. Curran and baby of sister Mr. and Mrs. Larry In health and Is glad to be of peace officer Is that the
Article EC and Subsection (a) Bradford County Zoning p. ,, Alexandria Va., spent the Norman on Friday night. home again. wildlife officer must actuallysee
of Section 9 of Article :xu MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Board Highland Baptist ,Church: weekend with Mrs. Carter's Charlie Slnchera and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude North the offense for which he
of the Constitution of the State 5/12t 5/8 Sunday School 9:45 ..m. Worship mother. Mrs. Shellle Rosier. Elvis Reddish spent Wednesday and family, of Jacksonville, makes an arrest, Shevln said.
of Florida, as amended, Plaintiff NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mrs. A.C, KIrkland spent a sightseeing In Georgia. spent the weekend with their Othe policemen can act on'
-vs. THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOKECLO-ftWC .'SALE pjn. Prayer Meeting Wednes- two weeks vacation In Cuth- Miss Elizabeth Terry was the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. warrants Issued for crimes they
et aL, Defendants. Notice Is hereby given pursuant In The Circuit Court of Flo day 7:30: p.m. followed by Choir bert Ga. visiting her sisters, Thursday overnight guest of John F. Robertson .to not actually, see
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETo to a Final Judgement ride' Eighth Judicial Circuit Practice. Mrs. Sue Daniels and Mrs. W. her sister, Mrs. C. E.Strick David Vames, of Melrose, The Attorney General said
the State of Florida of Foreclosure dated 28th In And For Bradford County: PERSONALS ,,R. Luneford, and brother, De- land In Gainesville. visited his cousins, Mr.. and that prior to the 1970 governmental -
through Its Slate Attorneys of April 1972 and entered In the Case No.MORTGAGE. Wayne Bennett, 6f. Dunedin wey I Goodman Other guests Rev. Charles Starling and Mrs. O. J. Anders, on Sunday. reorganization game
the First. Second Third, above 'styled cause I will sell FORECLOSURE spent the weekend with his parents 'over the weekend were Mrs. daughter Anne, attended the Mrs. Flossie Rosier had as officers were restricted toen-
Fourth. Fifth, Sixth, Seventh to the highest bidder for cash DENNIS W. GRIFFIS and RUBY Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nella Carter and daughter, and band concert at Bradford High guests last week her sister- forcing regulations on the taking
Eighth Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh at the the GRIFFB. his wife Plaintiffs Bennett. Wayne Is ;employed Mrs. A.C. KIrkland and sons. School In Starke Friday night. in-law. Mrs. J. H. Reynolds of animals and fish. Under the
Twelfth Thirteenth, Fourteenth Bradford CountytCourthouse; In -vs- BERNIS C. BELCHER and by the American Insulation Co. Mrs. A.C. KIrkland, ST. returned Ann played the flute In the and daughter Carolyn, of Birmingham -. reorganization, however, they
Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Starke. Bradford! County FlorIda LOIS B. BELCHER, his wife, Corrections from last week: home with them. concert. Ala.; Mrs.Oran Les- became peace officers fully
Seventeenth, Eighteenth Nine- at 10:00: o'clock A.M. on Defendants. Mrs. Vernon Starling and Mrs. Mrs. J.C. Knight and mother Mr. and Mrs. W. A..Mosley ter, of Jacksonville; and Mrs. empowered to enforce laws they
teenth and Twentieth Judicial the 22nd day of May 1972 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE, James Norman visited Mrs. Mrs. C.M. Moneyham visited their brother and sls- Geneva Redding, of Wlldwood. see being broken.MANKNIT .
Circuits, and the several property the following described property FORECLOSURE SALE Starling's uncle. Leonard of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs Cecil Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mr.
; owners, taxpayers and ; situate In Bradford County Public notice Is hereby given Norman In St. Vincent's Hos- Moneyham's son-in-law and Mosley of Samsula over the and Mrs. Bill Casklns and children
citizens thereof and of Ala- Florida, to-wlti that pursuant to and In strict pital Friday nfghC Mrs. Ploy daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.C. weekend. While there they vis- spent Sunday with Mr. and-
chua Bay, Bradford Brevard, "First" mortgage parcel: accordance with the Summary Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.Mer- Sorrells, of Fort Lauderdale ited their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Leslie Phillips and family M
Broward Citrus, Collier, Columbia The North 200 feet of SE Final Judgment of Foreclosure rill Jones visited their mother for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vog- In Jacksonville
Dade Duval Escambla 1/4 of NW-I/4 and North 200 entered In this cause on May 3, Mrs. Sobs .Harris, In River- Mr. and Mr. Harley Herring ler and family. of New Smyrna Those attending the; Bennett
Highlands, Hillsborough feet of that portion' of SW-I/4 1972.' the undersigned, as Clerkof and ion Bill, of Orlandoare Beach. Family! Reunion at Seville last
Jackson, Lake, Lee, Leon, Madison of NE-1/4 lying West of State said Court, will on the 22nd amount will be returned touch spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Norman Sunday from this communitywere
Manatee, Marion Mon Road #13 (how State Road 200) day of May. 1972 sell the fol- general contractor who submitsa their grandparents Mr. and spent Saturday with their bro : Mr. and Mrs Harry wii- r
roe, Okaloosa Orange Palm all In Section 3, Township 6 lowing described property situate bid and all other depositsfor Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. ther and sister-in-law Mr.and kerson Mr. and Mrs. Gene .
Beach Pasco PInellas, Polk South, Range 22 East, contain- in Bradford County, Florida other than one completeset Rev and Mrs. Lester Aus- Mrs Reggie Norman of Chief Taylor and girls, Mrs. Elsie i:1'1.4": !; "
Putnam, St. Johns St. Lucle ing 7 1/5 acres, more or less. to-wit: of plans and specifications tin and family attended revi- land. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Carl ",, r'f;. -
Sarasota.' Seminole Suwannee SAVE AND EXCEPTING A parcel of land lying the will be returned less cost of val services at Decoy Baptist Mrs. Don Forte of Jackson- Norman and sons and Mr and '.r" -'
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Taylor'Washington and Volus- THEREFROM A parcel of land Northwest Quarter MW ) of reproduction for all documents Church, Green Cove Springs, ville, Mrs. Jimmy Young and Mrs. James R. Norman and -
la Counties, Florida, Including lying In the SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 Southwest Quarter (SWI/4) of returned! in good condi- during the week. Rev. Austin little Jim, of Atlanta, Ga.. and sons. There were a total of !,r:. '11 ;
non-residents owning properly; of Section 3. Township 6 South, Section 10 Township 6 South, tion within ,ten days after bid, brought the message Saturday Glenn Young of Athens, Ga., 200 present All en loved the ri ;_:. i't-
or subject to taxation therein Range 22 East Bradford Coun Range 22 East, Bradford Coun opening. night.* visited their grandmother Mrs. fellowship together very much. .-:."." .. ,
and others having or claiming ; said '" said parcel being Cashiers check, certified RM3 Thomas R.' Talley, whole A. C. Pearce on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bary i -i' :'." .
more more
any right, title or Interest In particularly described as particularly described as check, and bid bond for not less stationed aboard the USS .Mr. and Mrs W. A. Mosley and children Tommy and Julie : .
property; to be affected by the follows: Commence at the NE follows: than 5%of the amount of the Sarsfield, pleasantly surprisedhis visited their brother Cecil of and Mrs. ."'
Issuance of the State Board of Corner of said SE-1/4 of NW- Commence at the Southwest bid, must accompany each wife Mrs. Pam Talley Mosley In Orange Memorial Debbie Jacksonville Solwa, of t!>.Gainesville _. S'5)c... ) 1:1: :>-_..'....
Education of Florida\ of not 1/4 and run South I degree and corner of said NW-1/2 of SWIM proposal. with a phone call from Honolulu Hospital, Orlando on Tuesday. visited Mrs. Selma Eunice and >01.
exceeding $26,000,000 Higher DO minutes East!: along the Easterly and run North 89 degrees Performance, labor and Hawaii last Thursday. Mr. Mosley asks that every the Harold Eunices on Sunday. -If you can knita
Education Bonds Series) E boundary thereof, a dis- .35 minutes and 50 seconds East material' bond, and workman ,The Sarsfleld Is presently en- Christian pray for him. He Visitors at the home of Mr. simple garter stitch, you can
hereinafter more particularly tance of 60.04 feet;thence North along the Southerly boundary compensation Insurance will route to Viet Nam. feels that he will get well and and Mrs. B. E. Reddish duringthe Black make/ .and his handsome white cotton sweater.
described, or who may be In 88 degrees 54 minutes and 30 thereof a distance of 700.5 feet be required for the successful will be able to do the'' work week were Mrs. Dorothy yarn 1s knitted into four rectangles rug-
any way affected thereby: seconds West. a distance of to an Iron stake on the Wes bidder. Mrs. Ola Starling attended which God has for him If this ,Spence and Mrs. Iris Parrish which are then sewed
The State of Florida, throughthe 167.78 feet to an Iron stake terly boundary of the right of Right is reserved to reject both services at New Berlin can be accomplished through of Macclenny and Mr.and Mrs. together to form a sweater.
State Attorneys of the First, for point' of beginning. way of State Road 200 for pointof any or all proposals for waive Road Baptist Church In Jack- people praying for him. Dale Dotson and children of It>! so,easy even a man condo
Second, Third Fourth Fifth, From point' of beginning beginning. technicalities. sonville on Sunday. Her son. Mrs.. Ernest Wells Mrs. Joe Jacksonville. |It,.says..our. woman's editor.
Sixth, Seventh Eighth, Ninth, thus described continue North From point of beginning thus No bidder may withdraw his
Tenth, Eleventh Twelfth, ThIr- 88 degrees, 54 minutes and 30 described run In a Northeasterly bid for a period of thirty; days
teenth Fourteenth, Fifteenth, seconds west a distance of direction along said Westerly after date set for opening.
Sixteenth Seventeenth, Eighteenth 143 feet to an Iron stake; thence boundary and along the R.W.lngle, President .
I Nineteenth and Twentieth South 1 degree 05 minutes and arc of a curve concave to the Florida State Telephone EveryDayLowPrice Ever DayLowPrice
I Judicial Circuits of said 30 seconds West a distanceof West and having a radius of Company
State and the several property; 139.87 feet to an Iron stake; 5674.58 feet a distance of 251.1 Bonlfay. Florida 32425
owners, taxpayers and citizens thence North 1 degree 05 minutes feet as measured along a cord CENTER CUT Pantry
thereof and of Alachua Bay and 30 seconds East a having a ,bearing of North 19 Charles A., Casklns, A.LA. a.
Bradford Brevard, Broward, distance of 139.87 feet to pointof degrees, 59 minutes and 50 P.O. Box 70 SIRLOIN I I de REGULAR GRIND
Citrus Collier Columbia, beginning. seconds East to an Iron stake; Wewahltchka Florida 32465 Pri OR ELECTRA PERK
Dade, Duval, Escambla, Highlands ALSO SAVE AND EXCEPTING run thence South 89 degrees 4/27 3t 5/11 n I *
Hillsborough, Jackson A parcel of land lying In, 35 minutes and 50 seconds West
Lake, Lee, Leon Madison, Manatee the SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 of Sec and parallel to said Southerly NOTICE OF INTENTION TO STEAKS COFFEE SUPERMARKETS
Marion, Monroe, Oka tion 3, Township 6 South, Range boundary a distance of 157.65 REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME STARKE'S
loosa, Orange Palm Bradford feet to Iron stake thence ST.
Beach 22 East. County Florida an ;run that
Pasco, PInellas, Polk, Putnam, ; said parcel being more South 17 degrees, 01 minute and Notice Is hereby Heman given AlI.n.Rt.
undersigned e15
St, Johns .St. Lucle. Sarasota, particularly, described as follows 30 seconds East a distance of the I
2 Box 11, Lake Butler Fla. STAMr
Seminole, Suwannee Taylor : 245.66 feet to point of begin- Intends to In business $119 LB' 59c320S.Mr
Washington and Volusla Coun- Commence at the NE Corner engage
ties, Florida, Including non-0l:; ,,6sofsatd., SE-J/i.Bf' NWJ4* and .. T TO,.. that c.rtaln'l BRADFORD i under the fictitious BARBER name SHOP.of I BAG
residents t 'ortgage Bernie J ,
to o taxatlonl gning; Drp0eriyMo -J tSo ail N J'iflS'.1' t: 'C:iiE BeW&r! ...end..LoIsrB.by ', 132 West Call St., SmrkeFlo- .;,. _. ..t ": ..,. .
subject ereln, ana- bo'iuS-1f; "rida and '1IIat" lie will reilJli t''""'" A \p:\::..::_::. n"_::......"...:.,...:...::: '
others having or ciairnlngraujfn I, ,.clary thereof, a distance of 60.-i,., .;.cher his wife to.First Federal with the Clerk of : ;,
right, title or Interest In property 04 feeti'the ce' North 88"degrees .:.M'" Savings & Loan Association: : of the name Circuit Court. BradfordCounQ' I LEAN TENDER SWEET &' MELLOW
to be affected by the Issuance 54 minutes and 30 seconds Starke, Florida said mortgage Florida. Heman Allen BONELESS I
by the State Board of West and parallel with the being duly recorded In Official GROUND
Education of Florida, a body Northerly boundary of said SE- Record Book 80, Page 401 et 4/134W sole owner.' 5/4 @ ROUND ; Golden Ripe
corporate under Section 2 of 1/4 of NW-1/4. a distance of sea, public records of Brad-
Article IX .and Subsection (a) 596.78 feet to an Iron stake ford County, Florida be sold
of Section 9 of Article XQ of for point' of beginning. From at public auction to the highest In The Circuit Court Eighth STEAK BAN AN AS
I the Constitution of the State of point of beginning thus described bidder for cash, at the Judicial Circuit of Florida In otriiBEEF
Florida, as amended of Higher continue North 88 degrees East front door of the Brad- and For Bradford County
Education Bonds Series E, 54 minutes and 30 seconds ford County Courthouse In CIVIL ACTION
In the aggregate principal a- West, parallel with said Starke Florida during the legal CASE No. 1325 -- (
mount of not exceeding $28- Northerly boundary a distanceof hours of sale to-wit: between NORA PLYMEL PlaintiffVS-. $109 3 LBS 59C """r
000,000 hereinafter more particularly 143 feet to an Iron stake; the hours of 11:00: and ALVIN C. PLYMEL Defendant.' 'QIJ rgrnrlfr
described, or to be thence South 1 degree 04 minutes 2:00 PM same being a legal NOTICE OF SUIT- a OVER 1 LB
affected In any way thereby and 30 seconds West, a sales day and the legal hoursof NO PROPERTYTO
I are hereby required to appear distance of 139.87 feet to an sale. : ALVIN C. PLYMEL !fwVDaViffW
before the Circuit Court of Iron stake; thence South 88 Dated this 3rd day of May YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED "" '
Leon County Florida 'in the degrees, 54 minutes and 30 A. D 1972. that an action for DIVORCE FREC7ER /CHUCK ;c* t**fccuir
Second Judicial Circuit of said seconds East parallel with said /sGilberts.. Brown has been filed against QUEEN CHUCK
State at the Courthouse In Tallahassee Northerly boundary, a distanceof Clerk of the Circuit you and ;you are required to
,, Florida, on the 6th 143 feet to an Iron stake; Court of Bradford County; serve a copy of your written kici >ut: IW i *
day of June, 1972, at 10 o'clock thence North 1 degree 04 minutes Florida. defenses, if any to It, on the
I A. M., and show cause why the and 30 seconds East a George H. Pierce plaintiffs attorney,whose name
Inrythe aboovethproceedingshhoould distance of 139.87 feet to point' 203-205 North Temple Avenue and address Is Honorable Lex u se sir
I' of beginning. Starke. Florida 32091 Green 132 S. Court St..Starke
not be granted and the bonds "Subseouent" mortgage- -par Attorney for Plaintiffs Fla. 32091 and file the original I
therein described and the pro- cel: 1.*. v,/.aIN .. with the clerk of the above
ceedings of the Plaintiff heretofore A parcel)! of land lying In the styled court on or before Monday KING SIZE BAKERS i A 1DR1VEi
taken authorizing the Issuance SE-1/4 of NW-i/4 of Section THE COUNTY JUDIE'SCOURT May 8th, 1972: otherwisea
thereof validated and 3, Township 8 South, Range 22 OF BRADFORD Judgement may be entered COCONUT I
confirmed.Said East Bradford County,Florida; COUNTY FLORIDA. ,IN PRO- against! ;you tor the relief de- TISSUEWHITE
said parcel being more particularly J6 manded in the complaint or
bonds are dated May I, BATE ? 1-1896 CRUNCHIES
1972 bear Interest at not exceeding Commence described at the as NE follows Cornerof : .In Re: Estate Of ROBERT 1.. petition.WITNESS. my hand and the DETERGENT = WHITE OR ASS? COLORS
the maximum lawful
rate of Interest authorized on said SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 and NOTICE BATTEN,OF Deceased.FILING FINAL REPORT .seal of said Court on April
the date of the sale of the run South 1 degree 00 minutes AND APPLICATION FOR 7, 1972. 84oz I fntauT] 4.5OZ ,.
bonds, payable semi-annually East along the Easterly, DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR GILBERT S. BROWNAs 9911J rnruar 9. 4ROL1 29
boundary a distance CAN
On May 1 and November 1 of of 60.04 feet; thence North 88 Notice Is hereby given that I Clerk of said Court ONLY... ,
each year are In the aggre- degrees 54 minutes and 30 have filed my final report as By: Betty Edwards(
gate principal amount of not Executor: of the Estate of RO- As Deputy Clerk

exceeding $26,000,000 and ma- the seconds Northerly West and boundary parallel of with said BERT L.. BATTEN deceased, (4/13 Court 4t Seal 5/4}) CvcrybaytowPrice Ev ryDayLowPrke, .:ivcryDa [owPrk<<1
ture In annual Installments on SE-1/4 of NW-1/4, a distanceof that I have filed my applicationfor
May 1 of each of the years 596.78 feet to iron distribution and for final PEELED It DRAINED
1973 to 2002, Inclusive, all as an stake discharge and that on 10:00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF CALIFORNIA
for of
point' From
more fully described In the beginning a.m. May 15, 1972 I will apply FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDI- "SHRIMP"ImJI
Complaint filed herein and the point of North88dde to the Honorable THERONA. CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR POTATOES LEMONS
exhibits attached thereto. cribed, continue YAWN County Judge of BRADFORD COUNTY
This Order shall be published gees 54 minutes and 30 seconds Bradford County Florida for e4 la e

In the manner re ured West parallel with said approval of said final returns CTVIL1: ACTIONIn !*: .....
by Section 75.06. Florida Statutes. Northerly boundary a distanceof and for an Order of Distri- re: The Marriage of DORIS -
aforementioned 143 feet to an Iron stake; bution and for final dischargeas ANN -
Wife and
In the .
Counties thence South 30 1 degree, 04 minutes Executor of the Will of RUSSELL EARL DAVis, JR.. COMPARE! '.:c,":' UIIY'S sptocuo {COMPARE =W
DONE AND ORDEREDatTallahassee and seconds West, a ROBERT 1., BATTEN, de Husband.
Florida this 25th day distance of 139.87 South feet to an ceased. Dissolution of Marriage: Fried Fish Sticks T.'JT: 49c i BUTTER i White Rain Hair Spray 7;:h99c.' .
Iron stake thence : 88 degrees'
of 1972. Dated this 12th day of April NOTICE OF SUIT "
BEN April!C. WILLIS ', 54 minutes and 30 seconds 1972 TO: RUSSELL EARL DAVIS Breaded Fish Portions-rstsr" : 79 1 Halo Hair Spray ::'" ::- 49c

Judge for Leon of County the Circuit Florida.Court Northerly East boundary parallel a with distance said: 40 EARL 4t 511NOTICE RAY BATTEN JR.YOU Unknown ARE,NOTIFIED that a Daisy Cheese Wedges '-LL 79 i I is nuii::' BEANS: Holsum Peanut Butter "-: 75

of 143 feet to an Iron stake; Sliced American Cheese -II 79c Potato ::: :N '
(SEAL) thence North 1 degree 04 minutes Petition, tot Dissolution of i Chips -. ,: : : 38c

Attest A true:copy and 30 seconds East, a TO CONTRACTORS Marriage leas been filed i- I Mellow Age Cheese Loaf- 69c :0:: Rice-A-Ror : ,== '3/J1/
galnst and you are required
distance: of 139.87 feet to point' ;you
Clerk Paul F.Circuit Hartafleld Court of beginning.GILBERTS..' Sealed bids In duplicate will to serve a copy of your Cream Cheese --- ... 29c a po ur 31 Chinatown Rice ,.w'w' 39

/ /Leon Joy Gold County Floridas Clerk of said. BROWN Circuit Court be May received 18, 1972 until by Florida 11 a.m.,State CST Answer on or the Pleading Petitioner's to the Petition attorney --. Fine Feather Turkey Roast ? 'j" 1A0 I Long Grain Rice h =-=w '39

CERTIFICATEIt Circuit Court S. Brown Telephone \I pan.). Bonlfay. George H. PIerce P. '
Is hereby certified that. ( Seal) Florida, at which time and place O. Drawer 1030 Starke Brad- _CveryDayLowPrKC EveryDayLowPrkeKOUI Every DaytowPrke
copies of the foregoing Order GEORGE H. PIERCE all bids will be publicly opened ford County Florida 32091, _
and the Complaint referred to 203-205 North Temple Avenue and read aloud for the construction and file the original Answeror OLD OUTCHswtrr
therein have been furnished to. Starke. Florida 32091 of C.D.O. Telephone Pleading In the Office of the 1, GENERAL MILLS 1 ASUKPRESSING FRUITPIES CINNAMONi'
the State Attorneys of the First, Attorney for Plaintiff ,Building Lawte)'. Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court on
:second Third, Fourth Fifth, It 8/4 The contractor shall furnish or before May IS, 1972. If you : CHIEX1OSISosPKO ? ,
Seventh, all labor, materials. ande Tent;\;Eleventh Eighth.T1r NOTICE ment and shall be responsiblefor will be taken against you E WfTM THM..-._ C..C 1 a
teenth. Fourteenth Fifteenth, Longchamp Homes Inc., has the entire completion of this for the relief demanded In the ,VANTW IMV M MtiM t.,. 4NMT"I CMlPtM ,
Sixteenth Seventeenth Eigh made Application) to the Brad Petition. r- r--- rUr .
teenth. .!Nineteenth and Twentieth ford County Zoning Board tor Plan, specifications and This notice shall be published -
Judicial Circuits of the classification of the property .contract documents: may be Inspected once each week for
State of Florida, by mall Oils described below from Open Rural at the office of the owner (bur consecutive: weeks In the ryWrterrlrlee MryOeyleeshta twryOayL.wPa/e/ heryOeyLewrRlp lhheryeyLowlrke hn0aylewhks pnerypyloerPaker
26th day of April, A.D. 1972. to'RJ-A, A parcel of land and the office of the archItect Bradford County Telegraph .arv .rN MUU."N LIBBF'Sh..._ .n.ry .,- r'r 1Nr.r MIN
ARNOLD L, GREENFIELD: bring In NWI/4 of Ses. 5, Twp. State Road 22.Wewahltchka aLBERTa B. 1972. SOAP Bins POTATO ..t'4e SHAVE BABY
tor Plaintiff ? S,'' Bge 22 E., IHw E: of Florida and may'' thtOWN. 'Clerk. ,;' : PA..' I .. ==: MtY/M.. MWTNINA3N. CRIAM POW
Attorney Hwy 301Propertyto bekDownas be by general c0n- By, Beulah M. Moody 74/1J ?. ...N".',._._
Tallahassee Room 622 ,"Larson Florida Building Deerwood 51 JJ containing 32 tractor procured upon a deposit of$25.00per Deputy; Clerk Mot.::. .419' ;,, .-.::.8/1 r.CH1PI n.If". 59 .a!.!::, 77C 14.Mao. 4,c
5/4 8t 5/17 lob This) change In classifica set, of which the full 4/204t5/I1

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r' Keystone I Hilites By Jim Fox .AOII8..1, t l .i.F. Right Smack In The Middle

I l -ROTARY- CLUB Horsemen's Club. Miss Whar ______ Of Keystone Heights \

AI Blackman, District Chairman ton made an Impressive showIng ___ \
for t the Boy Scouts: of America at the three-day event 'WI, ____
] presented a special Mrs. Mae Groves, of Toronto __ / -
i' program! ry Cthe Keystone was a recent guest of her cousins alTHIES
Heights last Fri Mrs. Elmer Howe and ;
day afternoon. The >program> Mrs. Elizabeth Grossberg. Jp'M

Included slides and plcutrei Mrs. Groves had been vacationing N,., P r a SON
of the recent International Boy with friends In South I
Scouts Exposition held In Japan ire rw Florida prior to visiting with
Mr. Blackman Introduced her family.
Boy Scouts from the Mrs. Elizabeth Iddlngs of SERVICEC1NJ11KEYSTONE

Palatka troop who attended the t Bradford Pa., Is enjoyinga
exposition.; The boys entertained Florida vacation with her ,. PHONE 473-4651
the Rotarians and heir sister-in-law Mrs. Elmer HEIGHTS
guests Interesting accounts Howe.' During her visit, Mrs. ::::
relative to their travels and the Iddlngs plans to visit with -, '- '
exposition.; family and friends in Atlantic
Flans are now being finalizedfor Beach and Orlando. YOU CAN GET
the annual Rotary Installation Sympathy Is extended to the
Banquet to be held at the family of Robert Redfearn who
Lions Club on Friday. June 23. passed away on Sunday April
The social hour will begin'at CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
t 6:30 followed by the dinner 30.Mr.. and Mrs. Bavmond Crab-

and installation at 7. The Slate tree and Mr. and Mrs. James
of officers for the new Wharton entertained family and
I :year Include: Mel Taylor, president Wedding Date, friends with a cook-out at the C.lOM1'I.nD.Y INSTAllED
I'' : James Wharton, Vlce- AnnouncedMr. Crabtree's lake home last
I Presldent: Stewart McCord,Se- Sunday.
cretary/Treasurer; William Jeff Batts, son of Mrs. xxx r !
And Satisfaction
Bartlett Mike Falkel, George and Mrs.John M.Shaugh- John Batts of Pecan Street G To 'fqr
Manning and Hugh Gault, board nessy of Melrose announce the was among the graduates at
members. engagement of their daughter, St. Johns River Junior Col-
Margaret, to Mr. Barney Braz- lege in Palatka, on Friday callus TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE

GOLF CLUB zeal, son of Mr.and Mrs.Braz- evening, April 23. Jeff plans
The annual President's Cup zeal of Palatka. to enter Florida State Uni- And Remember
Tournament was started May The wedding Is planned for versity's;" School of Crimino-
1 at the Kevstone Golf and May 6 at St. Williams Church logy In September.Mrs. .
Country Club. Participantsare In Keystone Heights.on R.L. Walker, Mrs. "
reminded to check the bul Rav Crabtree and Mrs. James "We Are Where You Are When You Need Us!

lettn board for results of Individual Tuesday were as follows: Wharton accompanied Mrs. .. .. .
matches. Mrs. Mike Falkel and Mrs. Wharton's daughter, Kathy, to
Pro Ed Rogers Is now mak- F.T. Hogue, first place; Mrs.R. St. Petersburg last weekend. Amana
ing plans for the North Central Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Home Kathy was the guest of Cadet Keystone Bank Marks
Florida 21 Club summfr second place; Mrs. W. J. Gro- Ben Troemel for the annual
tournaments which are scheduled lick and Miss Iva Hillyer, third Junior-Senior Prom at Admi- 20th
to begin In June. Inter- place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and ral Farragut Academy. AnniversaryPictured Conditioners
ested Junior golfers should con- Mrs. John Strawn. Clad to report that Don Room Air .
tact the pro regarding .these Area bridge enthusiasts are Shackleford Is now home recuperating at the open house wife; and Cecil H. Harper, vice
events. h. encouraged to find a partnerand from his recent sur Tuesday morning, marking the president.The .
Join the ladles each Tues- gery. All reports Indicate that 20th anniversary of the Key- beautiful tiered birthday mm Bjm BTU TO 29,000 BTU
SCHOOL NEWS '- day morning at 10 o'clock.: he Is recovering well. stone State Bank are (top Photo cake was served to friends and
f The Junior Class of Keystone Bill Davie is recuperating after ): Mrs. Josephine Reed vice customers with punch and cof- '
High School Is busy this ANNUAL DEDICATEDTO his recent stay at the V.A. president and cashier; Mrs.N. fee from 10 till 2. .lreta 3ed In Minules
week with last minute plans MRS. HARMSMembers Hospital Gainesville. Watson Hardenbergh; Mr. The Keystone Bank was
for the annual Junior-Senior of the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox h, president. (Bottom opened on May 2, 1952 and QUIET OPERATION AUTOMATIC
Prom to be held at the Keystone [Heights! Annual Staff honored Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Head. photo; Mrs. E. T. Mar- reached its first million dol-
I Height's Woman's Cluton Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles, tin, director's wife;Mrs.James lars In deposits on May 4, ,THERMOSTAT
I Friday evening! May 5;from Mrs. L.E. (Florence) Harris James Zowarka, and Mr. and A. Christmas, assistant cash- 1933. Today, deposits have
9-1 a.m. This year's theme is with the distinction of having Mrs. Hal Admas spent last ier; Mrs.T.J.1lawesdirectors reached a total of 6269000. -
from John Lennon's songs this year's annual dedicatedto weekend In Ocala attending the Call Us Today Be Ready For
\ ."Imagine". Miss Debbie Reed her. Mrs. Harris, who has
annual Henry Camp: Tournament -
a Junior Is prom chairman. been a member of the Key- Woman's Club ActivitiesSeveral The Big Heat WaveCONVENIENT

Band members are busy this stone Heights faculty; since Gene Hacker is undergoingeye

month selling ads for their annual 1958, Is presently teachingthe surgery In Venice Fla. members of the Womnn's then proceeded to classes In
calendar. This Is an Interesting first grade.Congratulationsto -
week.Clay cosmetology, drafting,auto mechanics -
calendar In that area this dedicated teacher! Club of Keystone-Heights television and radio
',sited! the Vocntli/ nal- echnt- ,
clubs and residents can purchase COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS and horticulture.
space that will Include The Community;' Church Women Schools cal Ccnter In Suirke on Tues- repair Roger Skelton, a member of LIVING
I dates for regularly scheduled held their last general day morning April 25. the automotive training staff
''i functions and anniver meeting on Monday, May 1, at Face Threat Of A tour of the school began conducted a visual training pro-
saries. 7:30 p.m. A circle: attendance with a welcome by Owen Hoo- gram in his classroom and
The Junior's Slave sale was count was taken and the win- Double SessionsIf ver, guidance counselor, and a each club .member had a test -'
held at the school, last Thurs ning circle: announced. Com- brief talk about the school's score registered electronicallyby WdTH ::'
day. Class President Patti Mc- mittee reports were given by Clay County parents of policies and programs, followed a computer.The *" t'4IIJIIWI ,-=
Glave was pleased to announce members of the executive board children don't want by a question and answer group had lunch at the J1IIIIWJ '"'
that the donations netted the and filed with the secretary. school-age period. Holiday Inn In Star he. .. ? -1 \ }
placed .. ..
their on )
class $140, which will be used Newly elected officers for youngsters sessions The tour began at the kitchen '" ; '- ', '
double they may '
L; to defray expenses for.the Jun-.. ''ifl1i12-'Z3 i wew Install** sea peel \ 1school. l -.,' 1r I | (."hIhNIM: I ; "
Mer9ts"9obby' Incr
tor-Senior PromDUPLICATE /:'t ; >>" MS : :
candlelight tona-' .... "u Outstanaing Quality ;
'" service was funding, "' "'" BRIDGE ducted by Mrs. Barry Wymanin Jesse Tynes Jr. observed at ,.f.\'\:! '\ <
k f' honor of newly Installed officers a special School Board session ., /
Winners at the weekly duplicate organization.and new members of the last week. KEYSTONE '. \\

bridge club session, held Although Clay County; has
at the Melrose Delicious refreshments were gained some 7,000 students In 'DIRECTO
Woman's Club BUSINESS ''
i. served by members of the Rebecca less than eight years allocations //ALL THESE

Circle following the from Tallahassee for 0- /AND MORE t

meeting and Installation. perating expenses have not FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN RIGHT IN THE
The Church Women will hold increased accordingly Tynes
S.E. McKAY their All Circles Luncheon on said. 'MIDDLE OF .
REALTOR May IS, at the Educational In announcing that a break- 44 V KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS M
Building, beginning at 12:30: p.m. down of expected state funding AND -
Keystone rlts. 473-4816 Members are asked to please for the 1972-73 school term Fish .-'M '- Stuff -
keep this date In mind and to will be outlined at the May 8 GAIDIH1D
HOMESACREAGESRENTALS plan to attend. regular meeting Tynes noted Live Bait-Dead Bolt A complete line of Hdw. New -
I that "we really are not goingt Crickets-Shi nners-Worms !. 7 .wa7no. i d0 (
..... HERE N' THERECongratulations be much better off than Minnow Moore.." Convertible
to Miss last year." He said that Clay TACKLE-RODS-REELS Plumbing & Electrical Supp.
Mr.. M.!b.IJn.n 474-4740 Kathy Wharton, daughter of Mr. County; Is already next to low- -- lid
foi J. Ch...In.toee7/a7Q and Mrs. James Wharton of est in state per-cost-per-pupll FISHING & HUNTING Gro-Tone Fertilizers
fmtehtlCma Rabinoa.T! I7 4 7;+e4wwwwwaw.e4 4 Lake Brooklyn who received spending. LICENSES AMMUNITION I. Insecticides I

I I third place honors In the recent ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From Model. rn.aOj x
"- _ -- Rodeo Queen Contest j Keystone Hgts. 473-4357 Light
I sponsored by the Palatka .J Mews Notes I Keyston Hgt. 473-3663 The Amana Stor-MoA opo, ,

i _________ 9 FURNITUREGIFTSlake Convertible prove Refrigerator/ il
r------ I By Helen Egan 'RESTAURANT: extra refrigerators convenient can be t Freezer I
Famous STOR-MOR ="'== Mod.I UF 1e

FELLOWSHIP CLUB Geneva The Paladin I doors storage.give convenient : E :

1 Furniture CONVENIENT
Game-Fun Day was enjoyedby Under
about 12 members of the New ManagementJack
!I I If Fellowship Club with Ed Ro- Gift & Candle Shop and Marl Sanford Modal sn-aeo-1 Amana's .
f berts as master of ceremon- Retrtgeretor4Freezer ana. FOODFREEZING
I H .: ies. Mrs. Lilly Roberts and EXQUISITE GIFTS Bar-B-Que Buffet LunchSMOKGASBORG CONVENIENTFOOD Fits the best In the same.

I' A Mrs. Terry Kuras provided pace as your present
Mon. Thru Fri. .
homemade cakes for the refreshment Furniture For Every STORAGE gives refrigerator.you a bigspacious yet Made to keep Its high-capacity. OPTIONAL
hour. freezing power years longer!
11 freezer lor
1 The monthly covered dish Tail And PurseS From 7 A.M. ,4" frozen foods In Sizes for your family! 121 135, ICEMAKER!
'I .. Our FROM .eeagJ IB.3 and 23.1 cu. ft.. models pr.eUe.lnw.,
; luncheon meeting will be held Candle Display B. B. Que Take,Out Orders addition big space Amana-matlc contact freezing to tlwtft, have
I at the Lions Club on April 11 100 refrigeration" shell sur Ie.. h.,to
Hwy. E. Lake Geneva Open 7 A.M.10 P.M. Mon. Each a prime freezing
at 12:30 p.m., with President face. Install' ,too.
I I Lester Sheets presiding. 1 MI. East of Keystone Hgt.. Thrus .
I REAL ESTXTRRichard Fri., Sot., Sun. 7 A.M.
11 P.M.
monthly meeting
T. 21 N. Top Of Hill
Lovorn Hwy ,
held on May 18 at the Episcopal -
Church Parish House In Ke atone 4739620TEl.EVlSlOVMR!

Melrose. The session will begin Reg. Deal Estate Broker "' iL ;z.
at 11:30 a.m., with luncheon CON'D. rHE I I v I r-- j
I served at 12 noon. This will be
the first meeting for newly e- LAKE PROPERTIES TV Service Center

lected officers, and much plan- RESIDENTIAL '. ? '
ning Is on schedule;. '' ) QuasarAPPRAISALS
In this
As membership new

I PROTECTION: chapter Includes not only Mel- STERO

rosebut surrounding communfties keystone Hgti. 473-3254 CAR AND PORTABLE
I such as Hawthorne TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL nc- y

It's like rapaey4'n the LOANS FORi I Waldo, and Keystone Heights Edna Knapper; As sac. AND HER 1-
the new Officers And Rnnrrt of

: bank. Your Moving AcIUW Mortgagestdutatlon I Directors represent these 473.4111 RESIDENTIALAIR
communities and will presenta AIR CONDITIONING
I;; y. -.. plan and program to the Durbin, Assoc.
I count here Vacations SALES & SERVICE
gives,, you. s- members. R. F. Simmons Is 473-3362
t' v> '.'. Business president. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
1 1' I
Curlt*. ?J,...' J Building BEAUTY SHOP 473.4651Nell's '
j is fully Inlured'.up to I the regular meeting of MOBILE' HOME; : L
--- I Ifaction Melrose Homemakers on April Want to sell your Mobile KAVYfiUTY .i

I 120,000. Now: J1ial'i) pro 27, members modeled dresses Beauty Style Shof Home?? U you have buyer; _
; FDIG I II II they had made. Some of those Home Brokers willarrange
I participating were Mrs. Lilly ALL financing and MODEL WASHER MODEL 751 DRYER
Roberts, Mrs. Gladys Van Net- ufo a
insurance details for a brolor.h.r SUN-E-DAY ultra-violet freshener beams
I ta, Mrs. Olive Longnecker, you" kerage few of Vffaot the selling VerlabU' water level selector choos. from controlled sunshine! Into cUthlng bedding,
Mrs.-Edythe Nicholson
!I I It Ruby Wolf Mrs. Mildred, Spur-Mrs price. For more Information unlimited settings to .match water level to and diapers. Laundry: ..smells as bright,
I KEYSTONE STATE BANK I lock Mrs. Ruby Eisenhower, i'hon.475.2211 call load Size, .mall, .medium, large extra breezy summer day. Five" cycles offer proper

I I Mrs. Elaine Ashley, Mrs. Made 4 MOBILE HOME BROKERS Power soak cycle two ,normal. cycles drying time for any lead- llgbt, normal,
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, FU. Allen and her two little Between ystoni p_ ? RT. 1 BOX 350 J and two permanent press cycle. heavy. Extra heavy and permanent press

t "Your In Your Friendly I granddaughters with Identical Heights ., MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 Heavy Duty drum Bearing assures long I life
I i t FrledlywBank! suits. Mrs. Polly Price showed and, 1 I hushed I operatien.
''Community." I IL a bridal dress and a brlde.Cont.cI .- and Metros. PHONE 475-1751

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Accident Fatal To Bobby Redfearn
hr -, u r. 'tip

While Repairing TV Mobile AntennaRobert

S, (Bobby) Redfeam, antenna, which Is mounted on a of Fire Chief Huntley Red- Barbara; a daughter, Christie;
29, was accidentally electrocuted boat trailer and can be raisedor turn Jr., a brother of Bobby, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
about 3:40 p.m.Sunday when lowered with a cable and was summoned to the scene, H. Redfearn, Sr.; three brothers -
a mobile television antenna he wench. It Is used by the company but could do little except disengage Huntley, Jr., Mike, and
a ( was repairing came In contact In making Installations the victim from the. Eric, all of Keystone Heights;
y with a 7.200-volt power line. for customers to determine the charge.Redfeam. and his grandmother,Mrs.Hal-
The accident occurred at the correct height that the permanent was born Feb. 14, ford Wright, of Live Oak.
rear of Redfearn Applianceson antenna should be Installed. 1943 In Coral Gables, but had Funeral services were held
Lawrence Boulevard, where Redfearn apparently crankedthe lived most of his life In Keystone at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the Com
I the young man was associated antema up Into the high Heights. He graduated munity Church with the pastor
with his father In business. power line and Is believed to from Florida State Universityand Rev Stewart McCord officiating. -
... According to Deputy Leonard have been killed Instantly. The taught for several years Interment was In the Key-
Jones, who received a call to Keystone Heights Volunteer before returning to Keystone stone Heights cemetery with
the scene at 3:46.: Redfeam Fire Department's rescue unit, about a year ago. arrangements In charge Harris -
Jr :. ." j" was working on the mobile which U under the direction He Is survived by his wits Funeral Home of Live Oak.
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Arts Festival Big Success At KHS ,

The second annual Keystone during afternoon choral per- Junior and Senior awards given to the first, second, and third
heights Arta Festival was a formances: during the evening place winners. Ribbons were 4
great success, with elementary lit place- David Waco* 4th formance bandper- also given to those receiving
Junior, and senior high
grade. 1st placeJohn honorable mention.
school students exhibiting their 2nd place- Buboa Lane 5th 10th grade r ..4P.UYLI
work throughout the day. 'grade. 2nd place-- Vlkkt Whldden. Mrs. Sandra Wilcox, art Instructor -
The elementary and Junior
12th grade. said that much favor-
high chorus performed In the 3rd place Scott Ware 2nd 3rd place-- Terry Whlsenant able comment had been received
afternoon and the band concert rade. the exhibits and
llth grade. concerning expressed -
was presented that night. Honorable mention: Heather Honorable mention: Jack hope that next year's
: The followingartawards Mundel Jennifer Schmidt Eli Johnson, and Karan Newman. show will be even bigger and N 11, r
given to elementary students xabeth parsons, and Meg Gault Ribbons and prizes were given better.at Sent ''

Wiest t,

2 KH Seniors DRIVE SATURDAYMrs. the Alachua County Fair.The as' .a! Y 4q } -. !
Greeson announced that top prize and special award -." '
Girl Scout Troops 21 and 83, were won by Elaine Ashley. "

Enter with Mrs. John Rowe and Mrs. The Melrose Club will be one ., ,' .
Plymouth Floyd Henschel as respective of the member club hostessesat ",,,' ,
leaders, will conduct an Anti- the County Council meetingand I to

litter Drive Saturday morning covered dish luncheon at An&poUution Poster Winners NamedKenny ,:\
Trouble Shooting May 6, in l< and LaCrosse on April 28. ..' .
vicinity. All members of the As the subject for May Is .:.....-"'". ,,,J.I".' .,-- .,.
Jack Miller and Bryan Stan:: qualified young mechanics and troops In are this expected activity.to participate "Florida Fruits" Melrose Bonner (In center of Greeson as chairman. Cindy Jordan, and Carrie Ra-,'": ,place;jf"KIm Belk, 3rd place;
ley, both seniors from Keystone has gradually spread across delegates attended the training photo at left) was first place Other winning elementary and Chuck Head, honorable
Heights, have been selected to the country. The first national meeting on this subject on April winner In the elementary school contestants, pictured with Kenny new.High School winners are 'mention. l Dawn: Fenn also an
represent the Bradford-Union contest was held In Detroit in News Notes 25.Plans. division of the Poster Contest are: Chase Morgan, 2nd pictured In photo at right:(from honorable mention, Is not pic- I
Area Vo-Tech Center In the 1962. For the past four years, and preparations will sponsored by the Anti-Litter place; David Wilcox 3rd: and left), Susan Passwater. 2nd tured..
1972 Plymouth Regional Trou- the nationals have been held on 'r be made for the final meeting Committee of the Garden Club honorable mention--Scott Morgan. place; Joan Miller, honorable
ble Shooting Contest May 19 In the tamed "500" speedway at (From preceding page) .on May 25, to be announced la- of the Lakes, with Mrs. Kelly Debbie Hazen.Elisa Neale, mention; Jackie Downle, 1st ,
,Orlando. Indianapolis, Indiana. ter.
maid's dress she had made fora
The stakes are high. WinnersIn Trouble shooting 1* divided recent Some of and a Ladles Class. All meetat from Safety Council Defensive Driving are
the 190 regional competitions into two classes, one of the wedding. thesewill COMMUNITY CHURCH 9:40 Joyed a surprise) visit Campagn. Each studentalso they. needed and appreciated
throughout the U.S. receive all. high schools and one for the participate In the Alachua Two Sunday morning Wor- A a.m.softball team Is being their son-in-law and daughter, received a wallet size certificate or call this writer
; expense paid trips to the National post-high school Institutions County Homemakers Council ship Services are being con- formed for the summer and will Mr. and Mrs. James E. Simmons of completion the course. /'''.473-4713, as a friend will allfor
Trouble Shooting Finals such as Junior colleges and vocational Fashion Show on May 17. tinued, at 8:30: and 11 a.m. The start about July 15. Those Interested and their Infant Skeltons son, of Senior Citizens regret the !them only during the month
June 19-21 In Los Angeles. training centers. Both Several members won prizesthe Junior and Senior Youth Fell- In this activity should Hawkville, Ga. The loss of a former member of the of.May.
,There they will compete for the regional and national contests also had as recent guests Mr.
owship Groups meet each contact J. Miller Wrinkle or Starke club Mrs.Isabclle Firth
college scholarships and other consist of a written malfunctions and restore Sunday evening from 7 to 8 pm. Bill Warren. The first rule Skelton's parents, Jr. and Mrs. of Keystone Lake, who passed .
prizes worth $125,000 examlnalon and a mechanical the car to perfect running or- A cordial Invitation Is exten- for this year Is that a parti- J.F. Skelton, of Savannah Ga. away last week. She was also a '
I This Is the only time the National competition. Results of each ded by Pastor Stewart McCord cipant must attend at least one Miss Patti O'Brien of Jacksonville -The'annual indignation over
Finals have been held In contribute to the final score. der.The local team Is sponsoredby for visitors and newcomers to church service a week. has been visiting Mrs. faithful member of the Community giving' women names to hurricanes
Los Angeles although the con Teams consist of two stu- Starke ChryslerPlymouthdealer Join In the Sunday School classes Yvonne Dazey and sons of Lake Church. 'is revived. flow about
test originated there in ,1949 dents, who are assigned a car as a, means of encour- which are held for all ages PERSONALSMr. Brooklyn for .'be past week.A Many people ask: What do I calling them things like Leslie -
.as a local event Involving only In which a series of malfunctions \ aging students to complete their from nursery to adults. The and Mrs. Roger Skelton, Certificate of Appreciation do with my old magazines Here Courtney or Jean, which
50 students. It was started by have been deliberately education and seek careers In three adult classes Include the newcomers to Keystone Heights presented to those student Is a good answer: Either take can be either sex?
the Los Angeles Plymouth deal- placed. Teams race the clock the automobile mechanics Held. Couples Class, a Men's Class, residing on Hallman Road, en- who was had completed the National them to Raiford Prison, where
: ,ers In,'an effort to recruit and each other to correct all .
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Fun For :- .. DONATIONS $6.00
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I I The Members Of The Keystone Shrine Club Wish To Thank Those Listed Below For Their Cooperation And Urge Everyone To Give Them :As. :Much Of Your Busuies&As' PossibleMusic. I



Gainesville Keystone Height Chiappini Gulf Station JacksonvillePerdue Compliment Baldwi fcbe.vrofct-,*. .. < *t f.i & Olds I

B &,,T Coin Laundry Crawford Real Estate ,"
Belote I 0
Abel Supply, Inc. Office Furniture rugs-. *: I
I :. Ruby Tyr Dinner Bell Bank of Green Cove Springs '* '
Add Office Equipment ,; : Richardson Brokerage Co. Clay Electric *: I

I Barber \W. W, Cox Building Edna Williams Florist'. George L. Carlile Cunnin hams G IC''s
Shop ,, g u
.. Halls .
,' MarketMobile Interlachen :. ,
Woodrow Cox 'to Carl Carnes :
I & \Williams ", Lp'unge $
ey Home BrookcrsRobinson's 'J Holiday ; ,, I
I Crevasse's Inc. {Dan Dodd Builder ACE Hardware Mrs. 0. J. Murrhee, Sr. Homestead Restaurant
Grocery ,.,.' .
Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Dist. Dan Dodd .'{' : Richard L. Murrheeit1 -: ,-
( Sam's Place PalatkaPalatka Keystone ;Jeweler?,
I Gainesville-Mayflower Gulf Life I Insurance ." Keystone Motor Parts

I Hicks Bargain Cer.fr'! Hunclcy. Redf. m Federal Savings :
Keystone Sportmans Club
I Latimer 'C' Center :
I II M & II Truss Co. Jim Whaiton .:i It It .;:';",. -? ,
Mauldins Auto Glass ; C & L Feed & Salvage Co. I ;. Geneva Mobile Home SalesManning
: '
LaRue Insurance Agency _
I .
,, Hardware
Palm Lanes Bowling Center Gewgt ,...-R...., -f.'j hitjLiberty : J o n Cry Creek' '" v' .:. :\;.
I Rice Hardware Co. p. Mike Hanks Liberty National
National Insurance
:: I Ridgway Motors Co. Mike Hank Yearling Restaurant Reynolds Insurance I

I Royal Crown Bottling Co. Starke S. E. McKay.Realtor
Lovorn Realty : I
Auto Parts "' Orange Height* Mrs.
16th Street
: I Dick Lovorn Bradford County Telegraph .k :. Les Stevenson I

; I Stringfellow Supply .. Mike Redfearn Building Denmark Furniture Co j:* 11. Batten's Market ''! Terwillegar Ford Sales
,: .Superior Bu-Tee Salon ";\; ,:" .. Mike R.? ." First Federal Savings & Loan rn Brown Vegetable Mar"et'tl.' ., ',". '... ;" I : M :' Mrs Lois Walker ryI ..'. '

;, 'I West Building Supply .'' :' Tyre Construction .1' ; Gene LongCompliments : : g' "' ,. '; !'';J,( l ",:'.; \' rti: i : ". )., 1, .
White Electric : I
Hursts Service StationJackson's ". ,'"
'I I .J) .
W. Tyt. ,,
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Williams Neon Sign Inc. "
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I Ruth' Beauty Salon I Building SupplyRegister I". .. ,.
I Ruth Miichdl Oil I Co. It ,

: ****' Rutledges Grocery Standard Oil Products '. .

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.:::::: CITIZENS Woe. Kerrigan >:.:. dssilieQ ggtftgioto done

At the last meeting, April from her hip Injury and reports of Putnam County being selected

25, we sorely missed Karl and to us on the phone of by DOT CDept. of Transportation .
. Ada Hoist, House Chairmen. the troubles of other members.We ) as a pilot plan for rural
I Karl has been laid up for almost are er.telullor this ser bus service. The plan Is for S atm.

thMe weeks with pneu vice. to 5 buses to be operated CLASSIFIED AD RATES roots Hobo. .In Your Roof FOR SALE1966 Chevelto SS MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
monia. Last report were that Lilly also received a letter throughout the county chiefly Deadline for insertion Monday 283 V3 spd. needs work.

he la slowly recovering from a former club member, for the elderly, handicapped, 5 p. m. preceding Thursday Or A Call 064-5010. Itch, 90 West, Lake City
Marian Batchelder has returned Grace VanBuskirk, who since low income groups and the before publication.Minimum .
home after a serious her husband died Is now living youth. This Is needed in every - WHOLENEW EUNICE NURSERY Phone52.3733
operation. Margaret Jackson Is In Pennsylvania. It Is amazing county In Florida, and Bradford Charge $1.75 .A Ornamental shrubs, fruit and Fer Best Selection Of
still In the hospital. Dorothy how far our local newspaper is In dire need of trans- (Covers 15 words) shade trees, blueberry plants.
Kerrigan is having a rough The Telegraph, travels. Grace portation. Our Club has been Each word over 15, M! FOR THE ROOFJ Two miles N. of Lawtey on TRAVEL TRAILER"SMINI.HOMES
time with emphysema. Dr. Fe- I US 301. Phone 782-3972.
gets the paper every week and in correspondence with State WHOLEFAMILY
los prescribed a Wilson IPFB though she Is far away, her and National Agencies on this -J Co. tfcng TRUCK CAMPERSAND
breathing unit and medcaUonwhich Interest Is still with our Sen- subject for some time. Per- & Roofing
we hope will give her ior Citizens Club. haps we have a guide line from 'TOP 100 records only 75 much needed relief. Peggy Former members, Carl and Putnam County.; It takes a lot last week hits for only 5W! we Phone 964-8088 or 4734735. WATER FRONT LuTS Line Of Parts And
Payne is also on the sick list. Helen McManus, keep In touch more than a senior citizens club will not undersold\ at Dah- IHway 301 SouthV j FOR SALE .

Lilly Johnson is recuperating with us. through our treasurer to bring this program to fruition .mer's Discount._ 4 tchg. 5/25. l-iY BOOTS On Crosby Lake and. CIlQllb Service
Emma Morton. but we are In there try- )Canal ISO' **{
;; FOR SALEFully furnished 2 A LOANS rMde.8afeet ) Located
On every holiday of the year deep LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
JacksonvilleBusiness we also receive a beautiful Ing.A: letter was received from bedroom house with air conditioning List your property for sale with State Road 100 3 miles West & Country Club, ready for!

I card addressed to our mem- Congressman Lou Frey, Jr. and heating system.If inn WALLETS VA Financing..Experience and ,of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vac-- building on or for Investment..
bers from Eileen Donahue of for a Conference to be held Interested phone 9647043. '' capable. A. J. Thomas Beg. tlon cottage,' mobile home or Lots area approximately 1/2-
Tlllson. N. H. She and her in Orlando on May 6. The rec- ,2 tp 511.BEAUTIFUL. [ BA6SACCESSGR1ES Real Estate Broker, Tel. 964- investment. ere and larger. Paved roads
husband joined and enjoyed our ommendations of the White 5701 & 964-8850 It j art at 51.29f.00 for$200 only minutes from town.
club meetings during the time House Conference on Aging Love Seat, scotch LAKE CHURCH Sown and $35.00 month 3d .
) Call 8 to 5
964-7701 a.m.
( ,
guard sofa for only $59.95 atDahmer'1 4 simple inters CIF
they resided here.It will be discussed. Another 0QI'ft"" 1 ((8 1/2 i i .
!, was very good to see Nora statewide meeting has been Discount. 4tchg.5/25 INDIAN MOCCASINS SEWING eat.>.
and Ernie Grlder at our last called by Max Frledson president Fine Leather? s Call 064-7701 8 nm to *
DirectoryAuto meeting. They were both look- of the State Congress of LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering MACHINE p.m.weekdays.. tI_ YOU RENT OR IF YOU

Ing well. Our wishes go to them Senior Citizens to be held at 8x 9$3.199x12$5.98; ; .- BUY YOU PAY FOR THE
12 12 $8.50 12x 15
x only
for continued good health. Lake Placid on June 21, dealing ;
Sales and Service Bill! and Hazel Richards, En- with the direct Interest of the $14.95 many patterns and SHIRTS Sales and Service HOME YOU OCCUPYWe

tertainment Chairmen, spent a senior citizens of Florida.We colors Dahmer's Discount PFAFF ELNA
wonderful week on a cruise to trust in God that all our tfchg. Make It So Easy T. Own ANew

Parrish Motor the Bahamas. They will give ailing members get well soon. CARRADINELeother New Homes Or Used Home.

us the highlights at our next We miss and need you all. NEW X-ll Reducing Plan 42 WHITE FURNITURE

SALES meeting.The Sympathy goes from all members Tablets $3.00 Money Back Guarantee 12' wide 24' wider
SERVICE Hampton Club, led by to Robert E. Firth on the Koch Drug Store lOtp Shop $49:50 up e Quality Home Furnishings New Used Repos
FARTS "VOLVO. Ralph Vaughan and his wife death of his mother. His father 6/22 f Custom l>raperleCarpeting .
Evelyn, are doing a great Job Ed, and mother, Isabelle 1 MILE SOUTH ON U.S. 301 ,Parts & Repairs on e Up To 12 Years'T Pay
thanks to the co-operation of will long be remembered as all other Make Ma Means low low
by PaymentsWe
Always Good Viid Care Arthur Bruno, Mayor, and his solid senior citizens giving us LAWTEY FU chines.... 'Interiors ,
Mi Leers st. Pfc. :35-MS4 wife Barbara. Lynn and Lillian their experience and guidance SAVE Ph ONE 781.3490 1600 Park Ave. Orange Fart
Hall are an Inspirationat In the early years of our Club. Those Long Distance, 2M-M3I tf Trade For Anything From
the meetings. Lynn leads the May they rest in peace. Phone Cdl|. NATIONAL, Billy Coats To Battleships.
ELECTRIC MOTORS singing and Lillian plays the Our next meeting will be We now handle air line, WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
piano. Congratulations, Hamp- Tuos., May 9, at 1 p.m., PrattSt. cruises. and tours. results! List your property for 611 W. Univ. Ave. ST. JOHNS MOBILE HCME
See 27 We will dlscuso the flower tickets, sale with us. Call today.. Gainesville
PEAVY Brother ton. April report on Florida Taking foi
: ) Aye.
BILL POWELL, BROKER 964- Orange (U.S. 17))
Ralford State
Hampton by Evelyn V. Powell. show at W.. offer a special package 378.1355
Electric Co., A report was given by Club May 11-12-13, and other per- Tour ef New 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg FHA-235 Phone 284-5439;
member Helen Egan about the tinent points. Green Cove' Springs, Fla.,
! Electric' Motors newly organized club In Mel- U vas feel blue or down Inspirits Disney World ersra.rr. CANOES: Mohawk, fiberglass,
INTERESTED IN New Brick 3 and 4
led elected presidentR. and nerves are 16' guide, $155 $170
Sold Serviced RepairedGeneratora \ rose by your Call 964-744 ; 17-V2j ,
Stater! Armature F. Simmons. Seventy-three; all shot, try laughing. Think of SELLING. plus tax.-.Dealer, 'Gainesville Bedroom Homes
wlndlnlr.r oldsters enrolled as members.A something funny or a real good' TOWN FINANCE CO CONTACT 3720521. I2tp 6/29 Call for Details INSURANCEAT
representative of the Amer- ,Joke and then laugh out loud.,
4044 Lrnox Jax. 387-2528 'P.O. Box 22A N. Temole Low Down Payment
r ican Association of Retired Exchange It with someone else FOR RENT- & 2 bedroom
Persons conducted the meet-. This Is good for all of your GEORGE ROBERTS furnished and unfurnished a-' and- Moderate Monthly) AUTO, FIRE, BOAT

PIANOS Ing. This Is a progressive step vital organs. Laugh heartierat HELP WANTEDCook, Waitress .- REAL ESTATE partments. W. H. Nollman. Payments DOYLE E. CONNER,
In organization the elderly In least It keeps you from cry- Itchg
and Dishwasher ApplyIn
Senior Citizens forever! PHONE 964-7826 LONGCHAMP HOMESrtuwe INSURANCE AGENCY
YAMAHA PIANOS North Florida. Although our Ing. Long Horn Restau

CONN and KIMBALLORGANS Club Is Council affiliated of with Senior the Citi-National rant.person.4tp 5/25 421 W. MADISON ST. WE NOW HAVE diamond. needles 9M-C8S3 tchg. I

for make or model 301 itoaUi
I zens and havo a working association O FOR SALEChev.. S.S. Impala. stereo player.Dahmer's Discount -,' IJ&eI1w'J'P FOR RENT- bedroom frame
with the State Congress 0 unfurnished house. Near shopping
I New conv. top, power b. & .., House' tf/chg -
I of Senior Citizens, our I air con., radio, heater. Load- HELP WANTED Heavy Equipment center; Phone 964-8404.

" andlfuller the ALL better 1 ed. 327 4-barrel. Excellent operator. Paid vac- FOR SALELake side cottageto 2tchg 4/11
life for SENIOR 2 Am Conditioned. cottages
cond. Wasn't run hard. Ph. ation, hospitalization insur- be moved approx. 1,000
CITIZENS.We 964-6026. or lee 1098 Colley ance and othe fringe bene- sq. ft. aluminum siding. 2 BR, summer rent,' Kingsley Lake. FOR RENT- Furnished or unfurnished -
have differences as Call 533-2366 after six. I bedroom
no Rd. lip fits. Call 289-2911 Maxvllle, large family room. Ideal for Itchg efficiency
to which National Organization 5/4. small family. Buford Mitchell apartment, $65. Near shopping
senior citizens affiliate with. Fla. 2tchg. center. Phone 9648404.
Phone 9646853. .
FOR SALENice Prom formal
Q. sister's 17ye.r.olddaughler -
All we seek Is unity; of pur- 2tchg 5111SALES.
KIMHAU "SWINGER" that is to work within died last January FOR RENTMobile: home In Worn twice Size 9-

ORGANS pose the ;framework of the Older following a car accident.She Lawtey: 12 by 60, 2-Bil 1/2 WANTED- Used furniture, refrigerators Call 964-7337. Itp.

....en" M.II-388 Slt> Americans Act of 1965 and to had a social security bath, like new, air conditioned washers. --Dah-

follow the recommendations and number and ..had. worked LAKE GENEVA Phone Marvin Rosier 782-3653 mer's Discount. House ...tf/chg CarneaNurtery
deliberations of DM White House ,,orS64-62U.lt *- -" O.C.
part time at a drive-In for '
t FURNITURE Conference on Aging. Nov. 28- nearly 2 years. Could her MOBILI HOME HAMPTON LAKE LOTS HELP WANTED- Waltress- Thousands of Plants FIAT
Dec. 2, 197L : night shift. Must be 21. Tucks Fruit Trees. Shade Trees
We wish the Melrose Club mother get a social security SALES 75 feet water front and reach-
death benefit toward her of Lake to Road. Drive In. Ph. 964-9977. lip Evergreens, Camellias
much success and hope we can Ing from PARTS
i have an Interchange of mem- daughter's funeral expenses 12' AND 24' WIDES Terms. A. J.. Thomas, Tel. ''Azaleas. Roses

FURNITURE. bers from our Club to theirs ? PHONE 473-4329 ,964-5701 & 964-6850. tfchg Most In cans >* Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING SERVICE

and vice versa. With 10 years' A. It's possible. A person ON ROUTE 100 The Glass Shop USED IMPORT CARS

experience, we have developeda who dies in his teens or M MI. SE. >f Stark Hwy. 100
Furnishings Keystone Heights; FU. Wail f
\, Constitution and program early twenties needs only 'iui Why Glass Florahome 65J-216J HARFRED AUTO
Up To 10% Savings! which is non-partisan and non- six quarters of ( .
coverage -
FOR SALE 1969 Chevrolet Pick The Income .
sectarian.We : For '
S \
about IVa of work o ": ,
the club years truck 27,000 actual miles Tax Returns \
Baxley Chair Co. also salute new up REDUCE safe & fast with CoBe -
organized In Interlachen and under social security for a' 6 cyl.; new tires, new camper You're Waiting AH CARS and TRUCES se Tabllets & E-Vap "water 509 E. University

648 Catsett 1 Block trust that we can all combineour death benefit to be payable. top, $1,900 cash. Call 964-7337. For Can Make Installed Whlle-U-Walt pills."Andrews Pharmacy.7tp Gainesville 372.4373
From 1.10 Your sister should call any 6/15
efforts towards a New Deal social security office for FOR longer wear keep carpets Your Down Payment Custom Vinyl Auto Tops)

Jocksonvlll..389.1741 for senior citizens nationally.With more information. clean with Blue Lustre. 1017 N. Main C'vllI ''SEWING 'MACHINE-Cleawed, .
deep interest I read Rent electric shampooer. $1. Today On The Mobile Home oiled and. adjusted( In your:

.. . Devrlck, Inc., Builders Hard- .
Of Choice home, $5.00 Vacumn
Your 'ller
... .. ware & Supplies Starke, Fla. Brow .
Come To Our Office FOR RENT12 wide Mobile also. All work guaranteed.
Phone. 9646163. We'll Da The Rest. homes Inside city; limits.J. B;, Dennis E, Cogglns. Phone
and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 431-1428. Uchr
FOR SALEGerman Shepherd We Trade For Anything From or 964-8799. If no answer
IRI 8 old. $45 firm
i Ali Phone puppy, 964-6593.mo. Billy Goat Ta Battleships call 964-8874. tfchg .

TV sets for rent black and CARL BEGGS
white or color by week or Orange Av. (U.S. 17)) Sheppard. pups $25 male, Mothers $20 A VM RA
femaleu Wall plaques for
month at Dahmer's Discount. Phone 2845439 DayReligious too. 782- Salts B'nrlce \WI Gulf Service

.10, tchg. 6/29. Green Cove Spring, Fla. 3363. Itp 1 ML North ef'The M.nOAINEIVII.LE Used Ports

and waitress at Enlisted Men'sand
house refrigerator. Good con-
Officer's Clubs at Camp FOR RENTOn KIngsley Lake, dition. Ph. 964-5888 or 964- USID CARSIn
Standing Must be 21 years or 2 bedroom' furnished house,
8771. Itchg
over. Phone 5332102. Up. yearly. No pets Call 5332261. 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand this whole area

4tp 4/18. FOR SALE-Hampton Lake lots. cleaned at Dahmors Discount 24 Hr. Wrecker Service

WANTED TO DENT By Contact Freeman Register 964- fast .service tfchg USED
July / August\ 2-3 bedroom SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS 5888. Itchg

house or apt. furnished AND PARTS HOUSE CALLS. I Hwy..301 rJ, Waldo
or partially furnished. Comfort FOR SALE-1969 2-ton Chevrolet
., convenience essential. SHOP WORKAL't. butt-head truck. 900 x 20 PUMPSNEW 468-1998
Middle aged couple with no WORK GUARANTEED tires. Register Oil Company
pets. Plenty; of time to 9645888. Itchg AND USED
search. Write Box B, %Brad COM
st fry
'ford County; Telegraph, COTTAGE for rent:.For couple SALES
CornrCOLLECTOR'S:II or can sleep four. Telephone PARTS JIMMY MOORE'S %

for appointment. 473- SERVICE SUN "SPORTSMOORE
CRAIG 8 track player with
4336. lip
nfl1u.o Deep nnd Shallow. Wells
AM and FM radio used 6
months was $179.95 now for ITEMS FOR SALE.1970 Dodge Polara, Water Softeners and BOAT FOB

Love is $109.95. ent4s3of down balance BRIG A BRAC 23,000 miles, excellent condition FJltersPlumbing YOUR MONEY
12 p yym $9.26 month N' new Urea, balance of factory :
1V4 Mi. of Keystone Ph.964-5781 J
at Dahmers Discount Itchg. warranty; small equity; and Supplies Stake
SmithCoronafor State Rd. 100 assume payments. Call 964-
a WANTED: Live-In housekeep Bill tt Jo Brunohky, Owners 8669 after 4 pjn. Trooper S. .EXPERT SERVICE ON Complete Outboard A
er to care for house and three P. Burnett. lip ALL MAKES Stern Drive Service and
Phone 473-3483
small children. Permanent. Repair. Complete Fiberglass ,
graduation. PHONE
Call 964-8111 (day) or 473- RELAX and unwind with safe, Repair. Custom-

411)1) night for appointment lip. effective ( 'r'enae tablets. Only built Fiberglass: Fishing'

h POSTED SIGNS: Treated to 98C. -Andrews Pharmacy lip .
It SMataMrtHnalm" . .Thuplnk..l1.. nM.d. TRAILER SPACE for rent on withstandweather-.20C! each. PUMP & SUPPLY CO.NNeN.eN..eN..NN. .Boat
uMNiiimiM' vtin\viirMMiK*ft Tnrirum.u
Hinorin*plnrhinif urwllutarlrwynur..b..A And n MM uiHxIndihf' with"hand IlKtalvrymirbn4hsm .Route 100 at Hlllcreit Phone $2.35 do*. Special price on PART OR Full-Time Employ
:. ,
< irhiiri r .: : : quantities. BradfordCounty ment. Manufacturing& repairing
v. N'r km larger .
>wiruit lmettnbt mtvvthan
Lnuk-.I., .' '(. ..''''''' .......1...."_._. ,;''''' Telegraph.BIC fiberglass canoes and repairing .. .........-....--...---
In alm n.nulw.Mat, an-At ""'"I. ..""nm.kardu.tbnbleha.. For
Axon."h"m wKtwtrh.HofMwl ." .tat. oft. fiberglass boats.
.n 'k'a.*wd ri*. 11w.. 111......eu". .""'..--...- IQ!/.. details write Box 847, Keystone .1
*r*tUManih W.IntMllblmmtM' ."hnuMMinriifik'.. .....oithhMd......? BMITH.CDRDNA. LEW'SWELDING ,,PENIS Ball Point Hem Heights, Fla. 32656, or call FACTORY HELP NEEDED
-Bradford .
"' a.with. County; Tele- 473-3538. lipOLINS
eta thickee.rkr brrarsttdmrL
1 I .....hlnc.w n .ira..Yryd.p W knim tiiwl_bfClcrlyptwriter.vSee .orach. :
Owen Joist ef Florida Inc. needs dependable able
Plat ..)( ,
: tie
MOBILE HOME SALES bodied factory help experience necessary.
8. :
i Them At tel US 891 1644252ETTLITY ) Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits. \



WELDING BRAZING room 2 bathe, 3 bedroom 14,300. this week
SHEET METAL'nAILER .pec:al. Also tried 10' X 56', ':

SMITH CORONA DEALER IHTCHSdINSTALLED Several Finance Plans Used Mobil. Homes Lincoln City Read Monday through Friday

Traded On New Units L 7:00 A.M.. T. SQP: P.54.N..NN..e..NNNS..eN. I

Hwy. 100 We.fStork o 964-M06

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