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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1974
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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3 rf night when permission was given by the Bradford

yp ti, County Zoning Board to advertise a hearing on
r' 7 reclassifying 5.265 acres of land for the project.

Ray Farris of White Sand Lake, one of the

developers, asked for reclassification of the property

from R1A (single family residential) to R-3 (multi- wv-
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p He said the called for
: J family) plan single story con-

.. o.,- :.. struction with six apartment units in each of the eight \,

.. : proposed buildings. The design will be compatiblewith I
'. .'1 "':t. ... 7 + 41.M the area Farris said, with every effort to con- c

"f.. serve trees and other natural beauty. t'n,

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: stallation of a central sewage each name was called the ,I 7 7Ff
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.. 4< fI surfaced In order to preservethe
," .1) rustic appearance of the
". area, Farris said.
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"1.. In making his presentation CircuitJudge
*. ...J Farris pointed up the scarcityof
', .. rental units in the
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; !\ ; Heights-Starke area and
F the proposed units would rentin I)
These five BUS students won first places at the Region Science and Engineering Fair at Lake the $150 to $200 range.
City Community College last week. They are (I-r): Front row: Darla Christopher and Karen The proposed developmentsite
Powell and back row: Steve Hall,Dianne Yawn and Jennifer Jockel. is located at the intersection -

of Immokalee Road

.. tnri Live Oak Road'a short

8 BHS distance northwest, off of Highway Keystone 100 NamedAlachua L-7 =-- 'jj-(

Students HeadingFor Heights.Associated. with Farris in County Attorney t Mt' 4 3wl'

the proposal are Paul Wayne Carlisle, 51, was
named by Gov. Reubin Askew
of
Steinmetz: Keystone
and Mike of Tuesday to fill the vacant 8th
Heights Copps

State Science FairEight Jacksonville.Another development in the Judicial created by Circuit the death judgeship of Judge

same area, Smokerise Sub- George L. Patten of Starke.
Carlisle has been full-time
Bradford High going to state. Steve Hall is Second place winners In the **** and James Starling.; division,part of which borderson county attorney for Alachua
students will be traveling to going with his project, "The junior division are Ann Allen, Bradford is sending eight of a small, unnamed lake County since January 1971.
Melbourne to compete in the Correlation of Allergies and Beth Davis, Jay Godwin 25 students from this nine connected to Brooklyn Lake MISS AMERICA TO APPEAR
State Science Fair, April 17- Weight;" Jennifer Jockel in Eoline Green and John county region to state. by a canal, was in the The appointment ended an
the section with her limelight Monday night when unsuccessful drive by
botany
after first second
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taking or Samons.
Entries in these fairs
are the "peace and tranquility"versus Bradford County to retain a
entitled"The Chromo-
at the Contestat project
places Region toeraphy of the Polyenes Third place winners in the judged on creativity, scien- commercialism issue resident circuit judge, which
College Lake last City Thrusday Community and From Higher Plants," and junior division were Lucy 'J'16.i k now 1 led B.e rose again. this county has had for the Crowd
Friday.Six Dianne Yawn with her oral Bradley, Lee Casey, Susan thoroughness, skill, clarity, Strong opposition in the past 100 years. Two bills Large
of Bradford's presentation of "A Two Year Edwards, Karen Howe, Briar and dramatic value. form of a petition with 15 aimed at keeping a resident
representatives
are in the senior Investigation of Effects of signature of area residentsmet judge here have been prefiledin
application by JamesC. the legislature by State
an
Different Reactions of
division while the other two
of Jacksonville, Frank Williams. One of
Bryant Rep.
Plants.
in the division. A
are junior BHS Phase III of Lake Properties, the bills states that the Eighth
total of 25 BHS students wentto Three students in the senior president
of Smokerise, Circuit is composed of
Inc. developers
the regional contest and all division won second place and For
returned with first, second, or will be going to state. Chuck to reclassify a small portion of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Expected
third place ribbons. Hutcheson, "Comparison of the subdivision for commercial Gilchrist, Levy, and Union
counties, with the stipulationthat
Three from BHS placed firstin an Eutrohic and Othophic use.Bryant
Lake" Danette Rejected By asked the rezoningfor at least one judge in the
the senior division and are ; Rodrigue,
"Can the Hyla Cinerea Adapt a 309 by 309-foot plot in the circuit shall be a resident of
Itself to Changes in the En- southwest corner of the Bradford County. The other
vironment?," and Scott subdivision, stating he bill adds that "... at least two FairBeauty
Tinsler, "Muscle Con- proposed using it for a convenience of the judges in the Eighth County
traction. State OfficialPhase store and miniature Circuit shall reside" outside of

Two first placers in the golf course. Alachua County.

junior division going to state A. S. Leath, spokesman for The three names submittedto ,exhibits, a livestock Rotary Club, and two visits by
III of Bradford of the building's the opposing group, said the show and sale and
are Darla Christopher with High testing the Governor for his con- a midway Miss America, Miss RebeccaAnn
her project "How Does Noise School has been rejected as heating and air-conditioning rezoning: had not been sideration by the Eighth for children of all ages will all King of Iowa, will be big
Pollution Affect the Growth of being acceptably completedby system. "Upon opening the properly advertised and Circuit Judicial Nominating be part of the 24th annual events of the opening day.A .
Plants?", and Karen Powell the State Department of door on the administrativeside further objected on the Commission Carlisle Bradford County Fair expected thousand fried chicken
with her project "Judgmentand Education after an inspection a blast of extremely hot grounds that the change from Bradford were Elzie, to attract the usual dinners will be cooked and
County Judge
Abstract Reasoning in the made March 8 by David A. G. air is felt. As we proceed K1A (single family residential Sanders, of Starke, and First large turnout of visitors on served by Rotary Club
Elementary Child." Mathieson, Jr., architectural through the building there are )) to BR (retail business) Assistant State Attorney Ken opening day next Wednesday, members at $1 per plate
Other second place winnersin consultant Architectural areas that become cold or would disturb the "peace andtranquility" Hebert, of Gainesville.The April 3, just five days away.A between noon and 1:30: pm.
the senior division are Facilities Planning section of chilly alternating with 'Hot of the neigh- ribbon cutting ceremony, during Rural-Urban Day
Cancer FundMemorials
Teresa Devore, Susan the State Department of Spots.' The building also borhood. It was also pointedout appointment of Carlisleruns with 1973 Strawberry Queen ceremonies. Dinners will be
Faulkner, Benite Franklin, Education. seems to be under positive that BR classification did only until next January, Kathy Brown doing the served on a first come, first
Bobby Jenkins and Dianne correction of six pressure in that the doors will not include recreation uses, and he must run for election in honors, will open the 1974 fair served basis, according to
Pending
Can Be Sent stand force of air such as miniature golf. at 11 next Wed-
Nelson. Randy Chitty placed items listed in Mathieson's open by the September non-partisan gates a m Rotary President Harry
ToCommunity third in his division.Berries of the final movement." Leath called on the petition primary for the unexpiredfour nesday. The annual Rural- Hatcher.
report payment
Bank draw of some $33.000 will be The entire system should be signers, most of whom were years of Judge Patten's Urban Day chicken fry, Colonel Hatcher furtherSee
'Stark, Fla. BroughtTo withheld from Triest Con- adequately tested and present at the meeting, for a term. sponsored by the Starke ( Page 5)

struction Co., school officials
Make Check to: StandstillWeather said Wednesday. A work


Bradford Cancer Society County strawberry conditions production brought to a night session members with was, Architect school held Monday board Don Once Council Decides Moves I

standstill this week, with an several ,
Attention of: average of 4.5 Inches of rain Morgan, principalsand
Margaret Miller falling in the county duringthe coaches, and EngineerRoy Moving quickly in a special investigation by his depart- cause of Gainey's dismissal taken by Bowen, he said that Gainey's dismissal the vote
TreasurerCountry six-day period, March 20 Turknett to go over called meeting Tuesday, ment conducted by Officer was for some bad checks that immediately following his was four to one in favor
through 25.Growers. maintenance problems again. March 26, the Starke City Denton DeVoe, into several some of the merchants had election he had informed the thereof, with Commissioner
Dinner continued to scrap That sticky problem will Commissioners upheld the complaints by local merbeen unable to collect their members of the police; Charles Schaefer dissenting
a few berries,but only enoughto probably come up again at dismissal of a city policeman, chants with reference to some money on after depositing the department that that kind of Commissioner Jimmy
Sponsored by sell to local peddlers, and Tuesday's monthly school employed a gas superin- unpaid and delinquent acchecks in the bank at least action his would not be" toleratedby McRae's. vote was taken in
Woman's Club the rains made fruit too soft to board meeting which beginsat tendent, received a counts of Gainey's. twice. department. absentia.In
SATURDAY, March 30 In support of the action In a roll call vote taken on dissenting, Com
ship even if there had been 9 a.m.in the Administration resignation from a member of Bowen said that the direct
-6:10 p.m. the board and missioner Schaefer said that
sufficient yield. Building meeting room. zoning acquireda
Adults. : $2.50 "Even if the weather Discussion Monday night piece of property needed for Problem the procedure taken in the
Phase III of the Reno Gasoline Easing Locallyon matter was in error. He said
Children: $1.25 breaks looks now like it will centered around sewer project.
(under 10)) be the middle of April before BHS, Bradford Middle School Acquisition of the Reno land that Gainey should have been
Dancing begins we come back into production and the roof of the BHS gym has held up the Reno sewer In spite of the lifting of the Sundays.Two reported that they too will be suspended at the time of the
until
.t 1:30 ," said L. M.Norman. Jr., all problems which have project for months. ban on Sunday sales of local truck stops have open 24 hours a day. investigation held a hearing
had been the
Country-Western one of the county's larger plagued the board for months.No City Patrolman Tom gasoline by President Nixon reverted to round-the-clock With the national gasoline on charges
Band growers. He said it looked likea action was taken at the 'Gainey whose employmentwas last week, local service operations since the ban on supplies continuing to Improve brought against him.Commissioners.
,Admission: $1.00 fair crop coming on, but the Monday work session, the terminated on March 15 station operators are reluctant Sunday gasoline sales was during the latter part of ( Orle
and Vernon Silcox
G..r.. future of the season depended school staff reported. by Police Chief Jimmy Bowen to return to Sunday salesas rescinded. the month of March, local Wiggins members of the ,
\ entirely on weather conditions Newest item was the State had requested a hearing some of them had done Sportsmen's World, the dealers are becoming more Utility
the (QtnmmunUy'8tab Since the new crop Department's rejection of before the Commissioners at prior to the gasoline crisis. former B and G truck stop on optimistic on the supply Committee,recommended the
of Vernon Whiteof
will be III as finally their last Opening hours for most employment
so late, hot weather BHS Phase regular meeting US-301 South, will remain situation. ,
Sank might take its toll, bringingthe complete. The following six held March 19. The hearingwas stations within the city limitsis open 24 hours a day until Allocations for the month of Casselberry,Florida, as the
season to an early close. reasons were listed by set for this meeting. from 6 to 7 a.m., with further notice. April will be about 90 percent new Gas Superintendent at a
A_"- ....... u. Continued cloudy weather is Mathieson in his March 8 Chief Jimmy Bowen said closings from 3 to 7 p.m. Thoni Oil Company, an of the amounts of gasolineSee salary of $12,000 per' year.
T.l2O.OOOkr predicted for the four-day letter to Supt. JIm* Temple: that Gainey's employmentwas Stations within the city limits independent operator on US- Unanimous approval' by the
Id.d 0.-11 br.w c- period starting Friday, 1)) Improper lancing and terminated following an will continue to remain closed 301 North, has likewise ( Page 5)) (See Page 5)JULIAN )




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Miller-RollerWedding Date AnnouncedThe I Miss Carol Hardy Complimentedat
I BCH Auxiliary Will I
engagement and approaching the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Two PartiesMiss
Install Officers Apr. 22 marriage of Miss Jack F. Miller,Sr. of Melrose.He .
Eva Louise (Lou) Roller to is the grandson of Mrs. v li.rl Carol Hardy, whose A. Payne entertained at a
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin was for the four days and nights of r Truby Clayton (T.C.) Miller is Eunice Miller and the late marriage to Robert Milner, pantry shower last Thursday
renominated for a second the Fair was presented by announced by their parents. Clayton G. Miller, Sr. and I Jr. will be an event of March night at the home of the latteron
term as president of the Mrs. R. C. Buford. All Miss Roller is Roller the daughter of of Mrs. Ruby DIal and the late 29,was honored at two partiesin Bessent Road for Miss
Mrs. Daisy Lake
Bradford County Hospital members are urged to follow Truby I. Gainesville.The the past week. Hardy.
Geneva, and the late Cecil A.
Auxiliary at the March the schedule, but if unable to On Wednesday noon Miss Appropriate games relatedto
Roller. She is the grand- couple are graduates of I at a food and cooking
meeting Monday night in the work at their alloted time to Hardy was complimented were
Methodist Fellowship Hall. notify the president or Mrs. daughter of the late Mr. and Keystone Heights High covered dish luncheon and played by the 22 guests who
Mrs. L. C. Early, Buford. Mrs. Bert Aldridge of Nash- School. Miss Roller was a shower given by her coworkers included Mrs. Charles Hardy,
nominating committee Preceding the meeting a hadh ville, Tenn. and the late Mr. member of the Class of 1973 I in the Math Depart- mother of the honoree, and
chairman, presented the covered dish supper was and Mrs. Ensley Roller of and is now attending the ment at the University of Mrs. Robert Milner, Sr.,
Antioch Tenn. Mr. Miller is
following slate of officers to enjoyed with Mrs. George Business Machine and I Florida. mother of the prospective
serve with Mrs. Baldwin:, Canova, Mrs. Titus Olson and Drafting Classes of the Each of the 20 guests attending groom.
Mrs. Gerald Baillie, Mrs. George W. Brown ser- Preferential TeaIs Vocational Technical Schoolin L. presented the honoree Miss Hardy was presentedwith
president-elect; Mrs. John ving as hostesses.The Given for Starke. Mr. Miller with a gift during the lun- an unusual corsage of
Smith, first vice-president; U-shaped dining tables graduated in the Class of 1970 cheon. fruits, vegetables, and green
Miss Lillian Stump, second were centered with a garlandof BSP RusheesBeta and attended Lake City stamps from her hostesses.
vice-president; Mrs. L. A. asparagus tern in- Community College in Lake ---- Gifts of food and pantry
Canova, recording secretary; terspersed with bud vases City and Santa Fe Junior items were given to the
Mrs. Dave Shuford, holding pink begonias and Sigma Phi sorority College in Gainesville.Both Mrs. J. O. Gay and Mrs. M. honoree from the guests,
corresponding secretary; shrimp plant. Also at intervals GloriaBennettWeddingApril honored Preferential their new Tea rushees Sunday at a are employed at Clay Statzer-Reed including a canned ham from
Miss Arthurine Blanchard, down the long tables were her hostesses as a memento of
afternoon, March 17, from 3 to Electric Co-Op in Keystone
officers candles in Told the occasion.
The
treasurer. new burning bayberry Engagement ElixsonYarboroughEngagement
1 5 p.m.at the home of Mrs. Eve Heights. Miss Roller is a part-
will be installed at the April 22 crystal holders made from and
when the awards insulators. Godwin, sponsor. time telephone operator Mr. and Mrs. James T. ToldMr.
meeting
table covered Mr. Miller is a radio dispatcher Club
tea
presentations will also be Barbara M. Gloria, The was Statzer of Jacksonville, for- Country
given.. Shower Given daughter of Mrs. Marta E. with an imported linen cut- merly of Starke, announce the and Mrs. Steve Elixsonof
McMurtrie and the late JamesL. work cloth and centered with Women to MeetThe
Mrs. Baldwin presided over engagement of their daughter, Worthington Springs an-
the meeting and announcedthat For Kathy Brown, McMurtrie, and Richard an arrangement of spring The wedding has been Gina Ann, to Freeman C. the engagement and
Allen Bennett, son of Mr. and flowers on an oval reflector, planned for Palm Sunday, nounce Starke Golf
Mrs. John (Wanda) Reed,Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. marriage of their and
Smith was appointed work BrideelectMiss Mrs. Lewis Bennett, will be flanked by silver candelabrawith April 7, at 3 p.m. in Faith Freeman C. Reed, Sr., of daughter approaching, Sheila Elixson, to Country Club Women will
locatedon
schedule chairman to replace united in marriage on April 11. burning tapers. Mrs. Presbyterian Church Hampton.A Richard Yarborough, son of meet in the clubhouse Mon-
Mrs. Fred W. Bennett, Sr., Kathy Brown, whose The bride-elect attendedBHS Arthur Patray and at Mrs.the Verl tea the S-21B.corner of Highway 21 July 1 wedding is plannedin Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yar- day, April 1, at 8 p.m.UDCtoMeet.
Best presided
and Santa Fe Junior and
who has taken a leave of Jacksonville, with the time
marriage to Thomas Fuller borough of Raiford.
service while Mrs. Grady All relatives and friends of
absence due to illness. will be an event of April 12, College.Mr. and place to be announced The wedding will be an
Bennett is a 1972 Overstreet and Mrs. Freddie the couple are invited to at.
honored at bridal later. All friends and relativesare of June 15 at 7:30: in
was a event p.m.
at the
Auxiliary voted to buy a graduate of BUS and is em- Stephens presided tend.
invited to attend. in
Church
shower night given by the Sardis Baptist
Monday
coffee machine at a cost of ployed by State Plastering Co. punch bowl.
approximately $600 to be Mrs. A. J. Eaves III and Mrs. in Gainesville. Mrs. C.W. Slade, president, Worthington Springs. W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC,
placed in the hospital lobby Charles Hall at the home of Mrs. Wayne Wynn, vice- STARKE ELEMENTARYTO Hall Reunion April Following the wedding a will meet Wednesday, April 3,
for the convenience of the latter on Crystal Lake.A president, and Mrs. Godwin ELECT OFFICERS reception will be held in the at 3:30: at the home of Mrs. E.
lavender and white color Milner-Hardy educatinal building of the L. Matthews with Miss
visitors. While there are soft were in the receiving line and Relatives and friends are Madge
drink machines, crackers, scheme was carried out in the greeted guests at the door. Starke Elementary PTA reminded that the annual Hall church. Middleton as cohostess.Miss .
Wedding FridayMiss will hold its regular meetingand will be
decorations. Bride'sbingo The couple
sandwiches, candy and nut party Rushees attending were family reunion will be held on ----------
election of officers for
machines in the lobby for was played during the Mrs. Richard Little, Mrs. Sunday, April 7, at the graduates of the Class of 1974
visitors, maintained by the party hours and prizes were Carol Hardy and Bob Doyle Crews,Mrs. John Smith 1974-75 school year Monday, Theressa Community House. of Union County High School.No Marilyn Bollinger of
Auxiliary, coffee is still muchin awarded.The Milner will be united in and Mrs. Joe Robinson. April 1, at 7:30: p.m. in the Each family is requested to invitations are being sent. Asheville, N. C. is home from
demand. hostesses presented the marriage Friday night, Corsages of yellow tea roses :MarKe cafeteria.: Elementary School prepare a picnic lunch and All friends and relatives are Wednesday to Sunday.
honoree with a Corning Ware in the First to the rushees, invited to attend.
presented
March 29,at 8 p.m. were meet at 12:30: p.m.
Mrs. George W. Brown, baker as a memento of the Baptist Church with a the president, vicepresidentand .
chairman,
membership occasion. 'reception following in the sponsor.
reported that the Auxiliaryhas Misses Andrew Eaves and Woman's Club of Starke.All Among the guests were the
88 members with 62 of Becky Brown assisted in past sponsor and director, 1e .
them active.A serving. Sixteen guests; en- friends and relatives are Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss '
working schedule for the joyed the affair between the invited to attend. Louise Stern. \
booth hours 7:30 and 9 p.m.
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Shower Honors Birthday Dinner For Mrs. SilcoxMrs. Under The Son

Paula Robbins, D. L. Silcox celebratedher family helped Mrs. Silcox To Perform On
80th birthday on Sunday celebrate the occasion. Those
BrideElectA when her children, Vernon from out-of-town were Mr. 12's High Noon Among aHtheuncertainties
Silcox. Mrs. Ralph (Melba) and Mrs. C. W. Goff and
Miscellaneous showerwas Cox, and Mrs. James Lewis children, Christi and Rick, of Under the Son, popular
given in the Lakeside gave a family supper party for Jacksonville, Jim Lewis and singing group from Starke
Community Center ReceptionRoom her at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schuman of will be featured Tuesday
on March 26 at 7:30: Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. April 2. on the "High Noon"
p.m. for Miss Paula Robbins, Sixteen members of the Ralph Cox of Live Oak. program of Jacksonville's
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Channel 12 Station, WTLV.
Arthur Robbins of Raiford The 30 minute
program
and bride-elect of Mr. Robert BPW Members Cookout Given For begins at noon with Ms Nancy of the

Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. r Scott, hostess. '
Glen D. Moore of Jackson- Tour MexicoThree Miss Maines And Under the Son is a well
known local singing and in-
ville.Hosting the shower and members of Mr. MecuskerMiss of } Mi rr strumental group of four

party were Mrs. Ken Willits, the Starke Business and fr I members: Bob Edwards, energy crunch
Jr., of Lake Butler, Mrs. Professional Women's Club Harriett Maines and Mike Hanks, Don Hardy and ,
Sharon Brewer of Lawtey, joined 150 members of the David Mecusker, whose i David Jordan.
Mrs. Ken Snover of Lake Florida Federation in a marriage will be an event of
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Butler and Mrs. Rita Lee of Hemispheric Friendship Tripto April 6, were honored with a 1
Lawtey. Mexico City last week. Mrs. Western cook-out by Mr. and i r one thing has
Miss Robbins received JoAnn Crosby Mrs., Evelyn Mrs. Marcus Howard and Mr. 7 + Mrs. H. M. Richards spent
many wonderful gifts before Haney and Mrs. Desta Dyal and Mrs. Sidney Fortner at Y i Sunday overnight with her
games were played by the flew from Tampa to Mexico the Fortner htie in Raiford. ', ) 4)J3i daughter and family, Mr. and
group. City where they met with Two long tables were set up i Mrs. Lyle Buck in Palatka.Mr. .
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women of the clubs there and in the where tables ;
Refreshments served yard, were 'AF certain.
following the games included visited throughout the area. decorated in a Western motif and Mrs. George become
They were sightseeing in Livesay and son of
cake and punch served from a and red bandana napkinswere
table decorated with a satin Cuernavaca and Taxco, at- used. A delicious supperof Jacksonville spent last
tended the bull fights and the chicken Wednesday and Thursdaywith
table skirt and laid with linen barbequed was
cloth. The cake was fashionedas folkloric ballet, attended a served. her parents, Mr. and
a flower cart with yellow briefing by the American"Ambassador A pair of folding lawn chairs YE Mrs. Harvey Edwards.Mr. A very frank statement from
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roses garnishing the and visited the were presented to the honored rJoyce Mac Baldwin, President, Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
decoration.The Pyramids of the Sun and the couple as a memento of the and Mrs. Eldon Sapp
hostesses presentedMiss Moon. occasion. and Joe Allen Sapp were V
The March meeting of the Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
Robbins with a new hand
mixer. Club was held Monday and a Denmark Becomes Bride Of and Mrs. B. J. Eggers in
program presented on the Jacksonville and also visited
Mrs. trip. Mementoes were given to : Marlie Sanderson March 1 17th Mrs. Vesta Myrick in 4i
Minesinger the members unable to make Riverside Hospital.
.
the trip. Tentative reser- Miss Joyce Louise Denmark The bride's table was a 7 __
4 t __
Entertains Club vations were made to attend I daughter of Mr. and covered with an overlay of Mrs. Joe Hill of Ocala
State Convention at the Hilton I ..! h..r..c.WO. I Mrs. Stephen George Den white lace and centered with a visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Minesinger en- Hotel in St. Petersburg in mark of Starke, and Marlie three(>rlod wedding cake in Mrs. Harvey Edwards, last ,
tertained Thursday bridge June.MecuskerMaines. I 1 Joseph Sanderson, son of Mr. scalloped design and topped Friday.
club at luncheon and bridgelast I and Mrs. Marlie Alexander with an arrangement of bridal
Thursday at her home on ) New Sanderson of Raiford, were pink roses blue dyed daisies, Miss Jean Mundy of Talla-
Mimosa Drive. I united in marriage on Sunday baby's breath and statice. hassee visited her mother J
The eight women played Wedding, April6 Arrivals I March 17, at 2:30: p.m. in the Cutting the cake were Mrs. J. Mrs. W. B. Mundy over" the $,
bridge before lunch and after First United Methodist E. Denmark Mrs. J. E. weekend.Mr. .
lunch after which prizes were Church with Rev. George L. Thomas of Crescent City, and
awarded. Harriet York Maines Harper performing the Miss Sue Morris of Pompano and Mrs. Guy Sale were
Mrs. Curtis Sanders daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hal ceremony. Beach, aunts of the bride. in Tampa over the weekend
assisted in serving lunch. York Maines of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley lardy Highlighting the altar were The punch table was visiting their daughter and
David Conrad Mecusker
and ,
announce the birth of a two French style covered with an overlay of family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith
BeugnetConnerDate son Woodard of Mr.Smith and of Lake Mrs.Butler Earl daughter, Kimberly A. ne, on arrangements of white stock, white lace centered with an Gillingham.Miss .
March 17 in Baptist 1\' mortal carnations, daisies and baby's arrangement of lavender and
will be united in marriage Hospital, Jacks iville. breath, against a backgroundof pink stock, pink snapdragons, Trish Myers of
Set
April 6 Saturday, April 6, at 4 p.m. in Paternal grandpan .is are arched a'nd' tree candelabrawith pink tulips blue iris bridal Wesleyan College is home on
the First Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Do. Ias P. burning tapers. Fresh ivy pink roses, baby's breath and spring vacation this week and
Mrs. Betty Wright Beugnetof Lake Butler. Hardy of Starke. was entwined around the other spring flowers in a silver Miss Kathy Myers of
Fernandina Beach an- Immediately after the candelabras and communionrail. compote. This was flanked by Tallahassee was home for the People here in Starke,
nounces the approaching ceremony a reception will be --- -- In the vestibule was an three-branch candelabra with weekend. Florida and all across
marriage of her daughter held at Lakeside Community burning Presiding at
arrangement similar to the tapers.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Sheila Gail, to Douglas Lucian Center. Harrington and daughters of ones on the altar the silver punch bowls at each Mrs. O. L Beasley and !Mrs.J. America are confus d.
Conner, son of Mrs. Lucille All friends and relatives attend.are Ormond Beach will spend the Mrs. L. J, Green, organist end of the table were Misses W. Kincaid returned A lot of people are
Conner Eddy of Starke, and cordially invited to weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. and Mrs. Alicia Steffa, soloist, Cathy Trapp and Donna Monday after a two weeks uncertain whether
the late Lucian Conner. --.-------. N. presented a program of Barker of Orlando, Miss visit with their sister, Mrs. C.
The wedding will take place Christy. nuptial music. Ja>ne Hardy of Atlanta Ga. C. Hoppe in Tampa. there actually is an
April 6 at 6:30: p.m. at Ben (Sarge) Suslow is Mrs. O. S. Dixon of Nashville Mr. Sanderson attended his and :Miss Sandra Huggins of crisis or not.
Kingsley Lake with a confined in the Gainesville VA energy
.
Tenn. is spending son as best man. Ushers wereH. Gainesville.The Tonda and Rhonda
reception following. Hospital with a broken hip several weeks with her son-in- M. Hatcher, III, David bride's book table was Morrison, twin daughters of
All friends and relatives are which he received in a fall law and daughter, Mr. and Silcox, Wayne McLeod and covered with a lace cloth and Mr. and Mrs. George Some have traded for the smaller
invited to attend. while week.stepping off a curb last Mrs. Don Bagwell while Mrs. Steve Denmark,brother of the held white roses in a bud vase Morrison of Leesburg, are cars. Many are finding the cost of
is in bride. the sorority flower of the spending this week with their
Bagwell a patient
.. ___ __ Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Miss Evelyn Sinclair of bride. grandmother, Mrs. Henry trading for these cars prohibitive.
IJ! '01 w''''''''' U'IU LI Orlando served as maid of Taking up trays were Elise Morrison, while their parentsare They're being asked to pay
Lila Rae Yawn en- honor, and bridesmaids were Johns Brenda Roberts, Jana in the Bahamas.
0 A Shop With A tertained at a family dinner Mrs. Bobby Cooper of Godwin. Barbara Godwin premium prices and offered extremely -
Sunday on her daughter Orlando, Mrs. Taylor Gloverof Tina Chasteen and Andrea Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ed- low trade-in allowances
m Diane's 17th birthday.' ". Alia/Ala, Ga. and little !Miss Eaves. ..a -wards visited Mr. and Mrs. to make
\ Language All Its Own 'Stacey Denmark,cousin of the : Fla i\';.hostrasses were Mrs: Richard Dennis in Callahan on requiring years up the
I7U Jimmie Andrews of Furman bride, as junior bridesmaid.The Olin>\:1;?White. Jr.,1\lrs. T. C. Sunday. difference-from small gas savings. if
University will be home four bridal attendantswere Hagen Jr., Mrs. Randy Johns, Others because of safety and
Individual! AlwaLooking m Friday and Saturday and will attired alike in pale blue !Mrs G. S. Brown. Mrs. Clyde Among those attending the ,
participate in the Florida voile gowns with scattered dot Sinclair, Mrs Joe Dorko, Mrs.H. Holiday On Ice show at the comfort and dramatically in
m Forward to exciting changes! m Relays at UF on Saturday print, and Venice lace M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. JohnD. Coliseum were Mr. and Mrs. creased gas mileage at 55 MPH,
m Fresh Feminine Contemporary outlining the V neckline. The Johns Mrs. Phillip Freddie Stephens, Mr. and
IJ l'ni'luc. Hold Understated! Mrs. Edith Christiansenflew gowns featured an empire Vellenga, Mrs.! C. B. Terwill- Mrs. Bill Chambers, Mrs. are buying pretty much as always.
Indh idualit to New Orleans Saturdayto waist, French pouf sleeves egar Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mrs. Marie Siemer, Mr. and Mrs. Then there are many who have not
m ) visit her daughter, Mrs. and short ruffled flounce at Tom Crawford, Mrs. L. K. Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin for
Lillian Keating, who is ill. the hemline and a detailed Whitehead, Mrs. J. A. Torode Braddy Mrs. Robbie Shaller. acted as yet, they are waiting
m ruffle of Venice lace down the Mrs. J. W. Ritch, !Mrs. John E. Mrs. Walter Frick, Mr. and further developments.
At all times Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of center back. They carried Watson, III, Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. B. G. Ferguson, Mr. and
m Jacksonville and Mrs. C. W. natural lace wicker baskets Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. John M. Miller, and their
m GOOD TASTE!! Barrett of Keystone Heightswere filled with vari-colored spring Mrs. J. M. Vickers. families, Mrs. Cynthia Among all the uncertainties, how
m weekend guests of Mr. flowers, including Marguerite Following a wedding trip to Howard and son, Chuck, and ever, one thing has become
daisies miniature Georgia and North: Carolina Miss Tina Chasteen.
and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. pink
carnations several hues of mountains the couple will abundantly certaij .and that is our

Mr.and Mrs. Robert Tannerof statice and baby's breath. The reside in Tallahassee.The The Starke Jaycee wives inventory situation. Never in the
Q I Baldwin were Sunday junior bridesmaid carried an bride is a graduate of were hostesses for the Chevrolet-Olds
visitors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. identical but smaller basket Bradford High School and Jaycees at their annual dinner history of Baldwin
.Leila and wore a fresh flower LaGrange College and did Saturday night March 22, at have we been stocked with so many
6134E.CallStarke Mr.and Mrs. R. W. Douvilleof headpiece of miniature car- post-baccalaureate work last the Catholic Fellowship Hall. Our inventories are literally
Orange Park and son, Bill nations, statice and baby's fall at {Florida Technical Dancing followed the buffet cars.
10 Douville of UF, were Sunday breath. The other attendantswore University in Orlando. dinner. bulging, and the present high interest -
mID dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. blue picture hats with The groom is also a BHS on "floor-planning" these
H. Grider. blue ribbon streamers.The graduate, served three yearsin Lisa Morris celebrated her
bride, given in the U. S. Marines, is a Hth birthday Friday night at cars is very costly. This has
964-5051 OJm Mrs.Ruby Atwood has been marriage by her father, worea senior at Florida State a party given at her home. resulted in the greatest buyers'
mm added to the staff at Dr. P. G.Felos' white silk organza A-line University in the college of Games were played and
office. silhouette gown with an Arts and Sciences, and will refreshments enjoyed by the market we've ever been involvedin.

m empire bodice featuring a V- graduate in June. 14 guests. There are more bargains to be
Herbert Thomas is in Miami neckline and short sleeves
aBIlII.Jo until Thursday visiting his with reembroidered Venice --------- Mrs. Ruby Johns has been had at this particular time in our

!_ nephew and family, Mr. and lace in an open latice work transferred from Bradford showroom and on our used car lot
IIIIll- Mrs. R. D. Thomas. edging the neckline and Mrs. Corine Purvis of County Hospital to Alachua than ever before in the history of
sleeves with appliques of Gainesville visited her sister, General in Gainesville
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oO OOOQO O i < i > i i r> ooa i. i i i i ii reembroidered lace on the Mrs. W. Herlong last week. who our company.
- bodice.The hemline and softly Mrs. Herlong also had as BASEBALL OWNERS
train Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs! complain of a lack of local
VAN flowing chapel length !Mr. choice but How long will the present buyers
H. PRIEST were enhanced with appliquesof W. H. Steinmeyer and support have no \
reembroidery and Venice and Mrs. F. V. Herlong of to get rid of the manager.\ market last? It could be just a
W.CALL Jacksonville. After all. it would be hard to
5 c TO $1.00 lace edging while encircled the open the lattice entire fire the fans. matter of weeks, now that the Oil

skirt. The chapel length Embargo has been lifted it could

mantilla was secured to a cap Bible Answers: end abruptly. As soon as the
covered in Brussels lace witha
automotive industry feels that the
effect and Brussels
cape IS THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE WORSHIP?
r s r lace edged the entire mantilla.She situation turning, the market will

f Bath bouquet carried of cascade a multicolored:design Worship In the New Testament"Is a combination of the revrential become normal again, but at the I
attitudes of mind and body, the general ceremonial and religious
Towels I featuring a built-in corsage of service of God, the feeling of awe, veneration, adoration; with the present time the opportunities for

r surrounded phalaenopsls orchids, outward and ceremonial aspects approaching but not reaching the good buys are practically limitlessand I
by stephanotis
vanishing point (I.X.B.E., p. 3110)) delivery is immediate.
By Cannon bridal pink roses, white but it must
Thus, worship in the N. T. does not eliminate acts
M w 13r,, sweetheart roses, two-toned begin in and be dominated by the heart. As one definition says "the
x" tulips blue iris breath
baby's
: 22X40 reeling of awe." Don't forget the Bradford County
and ivy tendrils.A .
is homage paid thus anything one does which is the
Worship
reception was held in the Fair next week it's going to be
i" EXTRA ABSORBENT paying of homage is worship, even though it might not be acceptedby ,
church Fellowship Hall Cod.Jesus said of the Pharisees,"But in vain do they worship me, another Great Fair for our county.
Guests were greeted at the teaching for doctrines the commandments of men" (Mt. 15:9): ). They
ONLY 97' door by Mrs. Vernon Silcox WERE PAYING homage, but not In a God-appointed way, thus, it And again, Baldwin Chevrolet.Olds
and standing in the receivingline to Miss
was "vain. is proud bring you America
were the bride and groom The answer to the question, then Is a very definite YES. Bible
and their parents. Miss' Susan study Is worship when it is done"in spirit and in truth" (Jn.4:24): ). Any 1974 Rebecca Ann King.
Sanderson kept the' bride'sbook. act of service to God which God has ordained can be properly called

Ice Cube worship, homage paid.
This refutes the common Idea that worship is something strange SEE YOU AT THE FAIRIt
THE BRADFORD and mysterious. Some seem to have the idea that when we all get
COUNTY TELEGRAPH assembled and someone gets up to lead a song or a prayer, our

{ Published every Thursday worship is now beginning. In reality, the act" of coming and in truth.to the" only takes a Minute to get a Better DealSTARKE
//i
Traywith a'138 W.Call Street assembly la worship,homage paid If It is done spirit
SUrke,Florida 32091 It would be proper to say that PUBUC WORSHIP consists of those
scriptural acts performed "in spirit and in truth" in concert with

w : Second Class postage paid others.

r a'SUrke, FloridaSubscription SouthBldaT Church of Christ /

Auto Cube DumperONLY Rates: 3 MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON U.S. 301

In trade area: $8.00 per Seep questions to: Schedule ot Services a.w..+ rw.
year: $3.50 six months Casey A. Carlisle. Sunday FLORIDA
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Page TELEGRAPH March 28.1971

Council Of St. Edward's
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Parrish
i I
To Serve 1,000At I Ii
Rotary l
Corner of Brownlee and plans Activities
I Weldon Sts. Charles Whatley, }
N Edward's Parish Council on the parish grounds with
Fair DayA pastor.Sunday St. for all
Open ing School, 9:45: a.m. met Monday evening, March attractions age groupsof
the community
Morning Worship at 11 Youth 25, In the Parish Hall with
thousand chicken dinners gate to the Fair with the Service, 6 p.m Evangelistic Richard Welty, president, ST. EDWARD'S
purchase of an admission Service, 7 .
will be cooked and served by p.m.Wednesday CATHOLIC CHURCH
members of the Starke Rotary ticket. Night Prayer -'- Father'James Cregan
The Rural-Urban Day and Bible Study. 7-30 p.m, discussed plans for the
Club between 12 noon and 1:30p ( March
.m, Wednesday. April 3, as luncheon has been staged for Youth Rap Session, 7pm.. gall earlt6l establishment of ft building Saturday, 30 Vigil
the traditional RuralUrbanDay many years by the Rotary Keystone Motel, Keystone fund to help serve future Mass, 7 p.m. Confessions, 6
opening event of the Club on the opening day of the Heights, 7 p.m.Assembly CQ'UPcJ2 needs of St. Edward's. p.m.Sunday.
Bradford County Fair Fair and has always attracteda of God Gospel Wayne Mundorff announcedthat :March 31 Mass
Col.! Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., crowd of close to 1,000 Hour, Sunday, 8:35: a.m, Starke plans were being made 10 a.m. Grade SchooiReligion
11 a.m. Choir
Rotary Club president, ad- fairgoers. WPXE. for a trip to Six Gun Territoryfor
childrenin Practice, 11 a.m. Adult
vises that 1,000 tickets have Opportunities for Service: the benefit of the
been printed for this event and Rep. Willians Appointedittee the religious instruction Religion Weekday Class Mass, 7 p.m.(
are available on a "first come, Sunday-Sunday School, classes. except
askedcooperation Friday) 8:30: a.m.
first served" basis at $t each. Vet Coin mi a.ku 9:45: am.; Morning Worshipat Bob Blakewood
To 11 o'clock, sermon: "The in a parish Tuesday, April 2 Altar
These tickets, which must be Message of Jonah"; Youth cleanup day to be held April 6. Society, 7:30 p.m.Wednesday .
presented in the serving line, Rep. Frank Williams-D has serve on the Select Committeeon b Handbells, 5 p.m.; Church AI Rodrigue reported that a April 4 .
may be obtained now from been appointed by House Military and Veteran's Training, 6:15: ; Evening list of ushers and lectors had Confession Penitential
any Rotarian, or at the main Speaker Terrell Sessums to Affairs. Worship, 7:30: ; sermon: "The been set up with the altar boy Service, 7:30: p.m.
.. .' Fourth Word From the schedule to be given later Friday, April 5-Way of the
-
-
naooo oo o- -- -- .
-- ----------- ---------------------- ------------------- Cross." Mrs. Paul Blanchette Cross, 7pm.Anyone

Monday-Girl's Ensemble, outlined plans for the religious may stop in and
6:35: Youth "A" Choir, 6:55: ;; instruction classes and told of pray at any time. The church
;
Cii lantic: Tape Sale I h, ./ Deacons Meeting, 7 o'clock; special classes for First Holy always Phone open, 441 9646155.N:Temple
classes. Avenue,
.. \ .ttli.{ Youth "B" Choir, 8:05.: Communion
... Tuesday-WMS Council Mrs Lester Humphries
......, ...' .' '-' Meeting, 10 am.; Business invited members to attend ST. MARK'SEPISCOPAL
8 TRACK UNBELIEVABLELOW Meeting, 10:45: ; Program, Holy Week services scheduledat CllfKCII
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. 11:15;: ; Covered Dish Lun- the Methodist Church from KALK.NDAR
PRICES2for5.OO cheon, 12 noon; Junior Choir, April 8 through April 12.
Observe 50th Wedding AnniversaryMr. 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Richard Welty gave Sunday: 8:30: a.m. Holy
Wednesday-Acteens, 5 tentative plans for a Parish Eucharist, 9:45: am. Church
and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Mrs. C. W. Buff, Mrs. WilliamS. p.m.; Family Night Supper, 6 Carnival scheduled for May 25 School, 11 a.m. Morning
Sr. celebrated their golden Haas, and Mrs. James o'clock; Hour of Power; R. A., Prayer, 6 p.m. Episcopal
wedding anniversary Sunday Blackshear.The 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers Itircli Society Young Churchmen.
4 DAYS ONLYDAHMER'S afternoon at a reception given punch table and gift Meeting, 7:15: ; Church Choir Tuesday: 6:30: p.m. Acolyte
by their children and grand- table on the patio were both Practice, 8 p.m.ThursdayVisitation. The local chapter of John Training, 7:30: p.m. Vestry
----------------------------------------- children: Mr. and Mrs. L. A covered with white lace cloths 9:30: ; Birch Society meets Friday Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Brownie
Johns, Mrs. Marion Starling, and centered with World Friends; Music night at 7:30: on N, Temple Troop No. 604.Wednesday .
Miss Carla Jean Faulk and arrangements of yellow Makers, 3:15: ; Pre-School Avenue,two doors north of the : 10 a.m. Holy
DISCOUNT Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville, spring flowers. Pouring punch Music and Mission Friends, Garden Restaurant. Everyoneis Eucharist, K:45 a,m. Prayer
Mrs Gary LaMonda of and coffee were Mrs. J. R. 4:05: ; Visitation, 7 p.m. welcome to come and learn Group, 6:30: p.m. Covered
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr., more about the objectives of Dish Supper 7:30: p.m
Maxie Carter, Jr. and sons, Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. J. E. -Ben P. Bryant, Pastor this organization. Evening: Prayer.
HOUSE Brad and Keith,at the home of Hardy, Mrs. Warren Winkler, Thursday: 3:30: p.m. Girl
the junior Carters on East Call Mrs. George Flynn, Jr., Mrs. Scout Troop No. 614 7:30: p,m
Street. Betty Anne Phillips, Mrs. Bob Edwards Heads RestaurantAt Inquirer's Class, 7:30: pm
112 E CALL ST. 964-7923 STARKE Arrangements of yellow and James B. Godwin, Mrs. Senior Choir
white: spring flowers were James R. Reddish, Mrs. Garl Friday: 3:30: p,m. Junior
used in the party rooms for the Mathews, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Starke's Holiday Inn Chtir,,
OVER ARTIST TO CHOOSE FROM occasion. Sr., and Mrs. Edmond D.
1,000 Guests were greeted at the Tenly. Robert (Bob) Edwards has Designed as a mini-resort the
door by Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Floor hostesses and those joined the Starke Holiday Inn proposed motel includes a
Mrs. Merritt Williams, and assisting in serving were: as restaurant manager, tennis club, three-hole golf
-----------------------------------------
Mrs. C. N. Christy. Standing Miss Sonja Biggs, Mrs. Louie replacing Keith Mixon who course and an extensive
in the receiving line were Mr. Bell Parks, Mrs. Richard has been transferred to the children's playground. The
and Mrs. Carter, Sr. and their Carter, Mrs. Charles Zip- Inn at Hammond, Mississippi, most unusual feature will be a
GRAND FUNK STEPPEN WOLF children and grandchildren. perer, Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, as restaurant manager. solar dome an indoor temperature -
Presiding at the guest book Mrs. Levy Canova, Miss Judy Edwards comes to Starke controlled :r M rlp.
BEATLESJETHROH ALICE COOPER I
table were Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Whitehead, Mrs. Ronnie from the Jacksonville AirportInn. recreational area of 20,000 :
JOHN LENNON Mrs. Lloyd Jennings, and Thomas, Miss Dianne Edwards, 29, was born in square feet four stories high .-- -' -==:.
Mrs. Lester Crews. Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Denmark, Eastman, Georgia. After with an indoor swimming
DEEP PURPLE CHICAGO Inviting guests to the tea Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Cula finishing school he served in pool, health club, pool and ft
CAT STEVENS CREEDENCE table were Mrs. Lex Green, Coran Mrs. Bobby Biggs, the U. S. Air Force four years, ping pong tables, putting M 1 (t//tea rlt.{ .
Mrs. Arlin McKnight, Mrs. Mrs. Harold Godwin, Mrs. then became associated with green, inside-outside cocktail
THREE DOG NIGHT NEIL YOUNG James A. Griffin, and Mrs. Janet Turner, Mrs. Cecil Hardee's Food Systems and lounge sidewalk cafe, and for CQ Q
MOODY BLUES Tom Harding.The tea table in Whitehead, Mrs. J. B. Dutch Pantry. After going into suntan lovers an area SIn
JOHN DENVER and E. M. business for himself for a equipped with sun .
the dining room was covered Spencer, Mrs. lamps. the midst! of the confusion
LED ZEPPLIN with a gold lace cloth and Norton. time, he joined Mississippi Groundbreaking and con- and uncertainty of
centered with an arrangementof Mrs. Carter, Sr. chose for Management, Inc. last May as struction progress will dependon the day have you lostuiir
yellow roses, daisy pompoms the occasion a gold floor assistant restaurant managerat economic conditions, the way? Don't know which
ANIMALS DOORS B.J. THOMAS and baby's breath in a length gown complementedwith the Jax Airport Inn. energy crisis, and govern way to turn or where to go"
silver compote.The a yellow orchid and Mississippi Management, mental problems.

ROLLING STONES CHEECK 8c CHONG cake table in the pompom corsage. Inc. operates Holiday Inns in -------- -'" .... member the winds. of
Florida room was covered Out-of-town guests were: Vicksburg, Meridian Jesus, who said "I am Ilic
BLOOD SWEAT & TEARS with a gold lace cloth and from Jacksonville, Miss Sarah Hammond, Lake City, Almost 15.000 American way,the truth and the Lila
centered with a four-tiered Barefoot, Mrs. Lucian Johns, Jacksonville. Jennings, workers, aged 40 to 63, were No Man: Cometh unto th,
EMERSON-LAKE 8e PALMER wedding cake decorated with Carlton and Jeannie Faulk, Starke, Brooksville-Dade the victims of illegal age 'ulh..r but b>' III"".
SAN TANA BLACK OAK ANK yellow l ilorets and topped witha Miss Mary Addington, Mrs. City, and Miami.A discrimination during the 1973
50th emblem. Cutting and Lucille Stoughton Mr. and mini-recreational resortof fixcal year: the U, S. Labor K niemhrr, also the
serving the cake were !Mrs. Mrs. Bob Dover, Mrs. Myrtle some 200 units is proposedby Department reports. !Nearly; promise! of the scripturethat .
Many Other Fabulous Sounds Lucille Stoughton, Mrs Dendy, Mr. and Mrs. John Mississippi Management, $2 million was found to be ih"t'k him with our
George Flynn, Sr., Mrs. W B. Conway Miss Judy Inc. for St. Augustine Beach. owed to more than l.ooo of whole hen., we sluill find
Mundy, Mrs. Cliff Plemmens, Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. these workers because of lost Him.
Edwin Starling and Debbie, working time or other
Mrs. Marian Starling and Clark damages resulting from age Join us next Suiulav! as we
Foy '
Danielle, Mrs. Curtis Starling, discrimination. worship together in His
Mr. and Mrs. Art Tyler- and Name.
Slade Julie, Mr. and ..MrsT W. C. Foy Clark, 57, of Starke.
Sawyer Braumbaugh. and Mrs. died Thursday, March 21, in :Morning\\'Othill'! | t II I a.m.
Bob Maige, Mrs. Maggie the Bradford County Hospital. "The:Message! of Jonah"
Hudson, Mr and Mrs. E. C. Hewas born in Hinesville, Ga. Ofrf t I LampsWoodstock 1 Jonah,('halllt'I'\::
'Josey, Mrs. W. L. Lynn, Mrs. on Aug. 25, 1916, the son of the
Nancy Mathis Falls, Mr. and late Hollis N. and Lissie Sauls Shades I ":\'t'lIinlt'orthip' 7:1u:: |)m
Air Conditioning Mrs. Andrew Mathis, Leon Clark. Hewas a painter, and a "The "'ourth011111'011I'
Starling and Wayne Starling; member of the Airpark Lamp Parts Cross"Matthew
from Lawtey were Mr. and Baptist Church. : :27. :Il.M'l: !
Mrs. Fred Moore and Mr. and Surviving is a brother Jack RntiqueEmporium
332 VV. Madison St. 964-7701 Mrs. Hermie Kelly; from Dempsey Clark, of Law ley "The Church with a heart I
Orange Park, Mrs. Cliff and one sister, Mrs. Rether I In the Heart of Starke"
Plemmons; from Waldo, Mr. Starke.
Crews,
Call!16 -66:1; (:
and Mrs. Tom Stallings; from Funeral services were heldat 928 N W 4th St
for free transportation
Middleburg, Mrs. Leon Butler 2:30: p.m. Sunday in Jones
and Miss Martha Ann Butler; Memorial Chapel with Rev Gainesville
Bon P. Bryant.Pastor
CENTRALHEAT from Gainesville, Mr. and Lester Austin officiating.
Mrs. Harry Harris and Mr. Interment was in Crosby Lake William{ Ceorg.Mm ol Mu..e
and Mrs. Gary LaMonda; Cemetery.
from Keystone Heights, Mrs.
Emma Barrett and Mr. and
HEATSALE Mrs. Jennings Murrhee; from

1 Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Important
Wellhouser and Mrs. Henry
Carter; from Green Cove
Springs, Mrs. Louise Smith
and Carlisle.Mr. and :Mrs. George NOTICEApril

Approximately 250 guests

called between the hours two Is The Deadline For Filing'All Exemptions
and five o'clock.
7 Outlets with 1 Return

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In Bradford County
:

Gas Furnace Centrally Located Local admittances to

Bradford County Hospital this Homestead Widows Rnd
week include: Mrs. Mae Or Disabled
Combs Macclenny; Clarence

24,000 BTU Cooling 80,000 Gas Furnace Bowen Bagwell, Larry Mrs.Miller Dorothy, Mrs. Rgricultural Exemption

Virginia McKinney, Mrs. Zoning
Doris Silcox, Arel Rhoden,
Outlets Pamela Hand, Henry Tangible Personal Property Returns
Browder, Mrs. Cleo Sullivan, ,
$139000 Mrs. Rosie Tomlinson,
Randall Chism,Peter Johnson

1 Return and Starke Mrs.; Mrs.Mattie Bertha Morgan Well, No Exemptions Can Be Allowed Unless The ApplicationIs

Mrs. Rose Reynolds andWilliam
L. Reynolds, Signed.
". A.IMakMOUir: / Conditioning PIUSService Keystone Heights; Mrs.

Room Unlt To Central Halting 964-7701 NECESSARYELECTRICAL Mrs.Maggie Margaret Waters, Hampton Bryan;, Those Not Filing Tangible Personal Property Returns

Call U. For Fast, Professional Conditioning( Sorrioo & Lawtey; and Mrs. Elizabeth

GAS PIPING Lynn, Melrose. Will Be Penalized 25% Of Our Estimate Of Just Value.

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Consult Sawyer Slade Q.. I should receive a refund All Agricultural Zoning Applications Must Be Returned
when I file my Federal Income
tax return. Can I still) designate To Allow Agricultural ExemptionI
$1 of my tax towards the
Presidential Election: Campaign
Air Fund? .
ConditioningFor

A. Yes. Every Individual \\ SaC
other than a nonresident
(
All Your Heating & Air Conditioning alien Presidential) may participate Election: in Campaign the Gee "' c.c.ecst.: : \

Fund If he has a tax
Needs Today. liability, of $1 or more ($2 or
more for Joint return !fliers).






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Large Crowd Expected For Fair Monday Absolute DeadlineTo cceoQ( V aLUcca



(From Page 1)) .. ............ ..... .....'-. .. ..,.. ( ;( c i(lJaJPRESENTS
File For Tax
; ; : ExemptionsMonday
states that exactly 1,000 a ; KI U" :;: <;
tickets have been printed for .
'I' II"
the big meal and only 1,000tickets ,., l\f\' ,.a 'I rL". i April 1, is the mean values could go from lands were valued last year at
will be distributed. \. "i"I "absolute deadline for taking $100 to $1000, Long points out. $100 per acre. Long expects Irn EEELQLLLLLW I
Tickets, which must be I all tax exemptions," states For instance, agriculture non-agriculture land now

presented at the serving line, .h ; ,,!, Tax Assessor Gene Long in a assessed at $500 per acre to
may be obtained from any 't. last minute appeal to Brad- Council... double, or go to $1,000 per
Rotarian, or at the main gateto "\,,t'<,., ford taxpayers to get down to acre, in 1974. If land formerly FOR THE FIRST TIME
the fair with the purchase of :. ':' '":" 1 Irl rl rl'i his office and get tax exemp-- (From Page 1)commissioners classified as agricultural loses
an admission ticket. 'i:: ':::: .. I tions for which they are itx exempted status, it could COUNTRY MUSIC'S BEST
By far the biggest annual .H, ; \ ; / qualified.The came go from $100 per acre to $1,000or
event in Bradford County, the \. ',,' "t., I appeal is for residents following an interview by the higher; Long points out. 6 Nights a Week
"k
fair and surrounding activities ;,' .""" \\I! ., to apply for tax exemptions on Utility Committee of White, Featuring Guilt Artist:
is expected to draw < (i'll!" homesteads, agriculture 53,who has been employed by The assessor expects non- Linda AmersonFri.
record visitors,including Miss ...,' .,,. I lands, disability, and widows an independent gas con agriculture lands to be
America, during its four day exemptions. struction company in assessed at $500 to $1,500, .and Sat.Night
run April 3-6, next Wednesday 11 r.!, ;;;, Assessment values are Casselberry for the past 12 according to location. Only S.OO Cover Owg
through Saturday.Sponsored expected to double under the .
''I\I : years.The From 9 PM.l AM
by BaldwinChevroletOidsmoblle '. present reassessment commissioners
Miss ';'i: ,Rbw ; i ,' i currently being carried out in received a letter of Values will be doubled as 1
." !
America will receive visitorsat '. : I IIf' Bradford County under resignation from Thomas E. normal procedure under the at
the Baldwin ChevroletOldsbooth ., 1 1f'd 1r .,.'','.',,.,.",!ff,,;:, mandate of the Florida Lewis, a member of the present re-evaluation, Long Bobby'sHideaway
'
between 2 and 4 p.m. i Legislature, Long em- Starke Zoning Board. Lewis emphasizes. Houses 15 years
and from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. .., j jd' phasizes. Someone's failure to said in his letter that his old or less will be valued
.
Selected as the Outstanding l '... qualify for an agriculture to resignation had been made higher, and US-301 frontagenow
Senior 4-H Girl for the State of k .. which he is entitled could necessary because of a con- assessed at $25 per foot
,
Iowa, when in high school, f n 1" .... ,'" flict in employment practicesand will go to $150, Long states, 301 North-Waldo
Miss King should fit right in _" ,".. Apartment policies imposed by his according to current market
with rural atmosphere of the fur _, employers which prohibits his values.
Bradford fair. serving on the zoning board.

Miss America's visit to 3P.w u ,., Complex./ .. The Reno sewer project,
A
Bradford County has been (From Page 1)) which has been held up for the
arranged by Mac Baldwin, past few months, pending the
local ChevroletOldsmobiledealer. Harold be his steer at was a loud and clear, acquisition of a site for a lift
Harold Waters,Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Waters will showing 900 pound rely:'
This visit will mark the 1974 Bradford-Union Steer Show and Sale set for Thursday,April I. station was finalized when the .
the sixth straight that Miss Harold will be showing his Angus-Limousin Cross as a member of the Hampton 4-H Club. Bryant argued that the commissioners approved the
America has graced the "Blackie", about 14 1-2 months old, eats about 20 pounds of feed a day with a diet of steer fat. young people of the area purchase of a plot of land on
Bradford, fairgrounds, sweet feed, protein pellets and hay needed more recreation Estelle Street in Reno for the
courtesy of Baldwin facilities, but Leath pointedout lift station.

ChevroletOlds.Miss to arrive at the Jacksonville effort,support, and dedicationof Picnic, William Hood; Home that the BR classification Two appraisals in the
America is scheduled airport at 6:12: pm. Tuesday all the people of Bradford Division, Kathy Brown and would to permit sell beer a conveniencestore and wine respective amounts of $2,220
where she will be met by a County, and especially our Co-Chairwomen Mrs. Lola and $2,615 were made on the
and would also
Bradford contingent headedby committee chairmen, our fair Johnson, Mrs. Lucille Godwin permit a property and the owner
Mac Baldwin. She will could not have attained the and Mrs. Eunice Moncrief; package store if desired by the agreed to sell at the higher 22 TrucksTo
GIVEN UP STEAKS appear on the Patricia Rogers prominence and success it has Horse Show, Tommy owner. Bryant denied havingany figure. The sewer
RB Show on Channel 20 in reached today," Gaskins Reames; Prizes and Ribbons, such intentions, stating he specifications call for a stripof
FOR kEiFfi? would confine its use to the land 40 ft. by 600 ft. for the
Gainesville Wednesday states, expressing his ap- Bobby Taylor and County mentioned.
morning and possibly will filma preciation to the many Schools, Mrs. Lucille Payne. two businesses Board member Art sewer lines running to a 60 ft. &
show for Channel 12 in volunteers Fair Board Featured events in 1974 will Zoning square area where the lift
Keifer said that the
Jacksonville Tuesday night Directors, and organizationsthat be the Rural-Urban Day area station will be built.
concerned"is too much within
which will be aired Wed work for the fair. Picnic at noon on opening day, the subdivision," and his &t Cars
nesday morning on news casts Chairmen heading 1974 sponsored by the Starke motion that Bryant's application Phase IIIRejected.
and on the High Noon Committees are: Education Rotary Club. Tickets at one be denied
program. Exhibits and Clubs, Mrs. dollar a plate can be obtainedat was
A great deal of Interest has Joyce Yirak; Premium Book, the gate or from any Rotary unanimously Threat of approved. court ... Choose
r@ been displayed by local Mrs. C. G. Hill and Mrs. J. N. Club member.A a possible
suit against the Zoning Board (From Page 1)
citizens in the 1974 fair,and all Myers; Strawberry Queen livestock judging contest from another From
expectations are that it shouldbe Pageant, Mrs. Melody will be held Wednesday came issue when Bryant Chairman on John balanced to operate over a
one of the most successfulin Kirkland; Arts and Crafts, evening at 7:30: p.m. by the Torode told him he was out of period of 24 hours during
the 24 year history of Kev. J. C. Brown; FFA and 4-H youth exhibitingat compliance with Bradford which the building should be Select The One That'sRight
Bradford fairs, according to Agricultural Products, the Fair. On Thursday ordinances in occupied and sufficient
Fair George Huggins Poultry, April 4, at 8 a County zoning
Arthur Gaskins ; evening p.m. his to of the temperature readings takento For You
proposal use one
Association president. Paul Hutchins; Beef Cattle, free concert by the First subdivision lots to afford show balance throughoutthe Right
"Without the wholehearted Harvey Smith; Rural-Urban Baptist Church Choirs will to of building, Mathieson
purchasers non-
access
take place in the show arena.A stated.
TRUCKS
lakefront lots.
1 - -
in schedule has -
'ApooooooooooooaooooooooooooaoocMDeWitt change Torode said that R1A 2) The required test and
been noted by John Myers,
balance report has not been
classification did not
C. Jones Fair Association The second General annual use of lots for anything permitthe but supplied by the design F-100 13
Manager. single family residences. He engineer with the superin-
I Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA said it would be a violation of tendent. Before the state can
i I Steer Show will be held at 4 the building the F-250 2
ii Funeral Home the code to use one of the lots approve
i I p.m. on Thursday, April 4. as access to the lake for report must be filed, under
ij I This is a change from the "We State Board of Education
F-350
j STARKE PHONE 9646200RENTAL I printed schedule,with the sale are upland not property permittin owners.this in regulations. 3

YOU'RE NOT BROKE. taking place at 8 p.m. Friday, Bradford County, Torode 3) Ventilation fans in group
but terribly bent ? I HOSPITAL fiEDS WALKERS, WHEEL CHAIRS April Arena.5 in the livestock Show said."We are trying to control toilets were inoperable. F-500 2
I I CRUTCHES the density on our lakes." 4)There were no tack
On Saturday, April 6, bulletin boards in the
( )
TRY OUR CARPET i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS closing day, a horse show will Bryant this turn expressed of events surpriseat sayinghe classrooms. Ranchero 1
be presented by the Bradford 5)) Panic hardware on
PHONE 473-3176 had consulted a former
j |
Although you can't cat it Roping Club at 3 p.m. zoning board official, the classroom doors would not Van 2CRRS
Th. Price, you cant beat it I i soooooooooooaoooaooooooooooooaoa county attorney, and a private latch properly so the buildingwas

And iutt think attorney "and no one indicated insecure.
hew witcly you'v ape this use was illegal.! 6)) Aluminum door frames
I It & WVF rm I |vtMn i* C* I II "If there is no way in the need support so that the door - - -
pVEOTTE'S I I II ordinances that a lot can be frame cannot be sprung to one
NE 39TN O URGE SEUCTIOM or NEW used for this purpose, then I side and the door opened. 7
OeCNARt guess a court case will be the Phase III must be rein- Pinto
E x Q.n TIACTOIS MOW IN STOCK next step," he told the board. spected by the state upon
3151 PN completion of the above itemsin Torino 7
NE ? I i Quality S rvic II -------------- order for the SBE to issue a
... I EQUIPMENT CO.g I II certificate of final inspection.
Final attraction Saturday
I i I II Galaxie 4
Wz. I Oliver $ [ > uctequipment I II will be the Strawberry Queen
Av I A S rvk 1 n w & 1 Beauty Pageant, to be held in Gasoline...
NE 23a0' the Show Arena at 8 p.m. LTD 11
1 / HWYW1LaCrpssej r r? I Friday April 5, is Childrens (From Page 1)
Charlotte'sCarpets SATOH TRACTOliCOMklMISANOHAV at the fair. All children received during April of last
Dar
1 ; lOUIPMINl! I II : high school students will Mustang 8
.
t tit* V !n r lUUry M v tr M IUnSr year.
be admitted to the
fairgroundsfree In addition the State of
of charge between noon Florida has received a "high
I y r Pumpt.Ktc. PUnttr* BusllHntf Maverick 2
I Km*Harrewt, Llv ntf-Clt PUw $ r I II and 4:30: p.m. impact tourism" special
:MOJN.OAINIIVILLC...19111 DR IV. I KuKn in*l ly Hay TtMr I flaH.nlt'ropSpra.vrr 1 1I 1 Fair memberships entitlingthe allocation of 20 million gallonsto
.FLORIDA MM1 1 Mt n 4 2-a 2 1 bearer to admission all be distributed in April on a
PMONIW4)371-t( >4. TUA "I >R REPAIRS four days can be purchased at state-wide basis. Terwillegar Motors
the Chamber or Commerce Retail prices for regular
.._ office in Starke at $2 per from 44.9
-- --- ------ l J r n r A l r3 4-C>9UZ7Q gasoline are ranging
membership. General ad- to 57.7 cents per gallon and for
mission is 50 cents, with preschool grades the range is
premium 206 W.
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Reduced price carnival ride gallon.Station.
[ tickets at five tickets for $1 operators have CHECK
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office between 9 a.m. and 5 and they expect further increases ERMIE OR BYRON
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TELEGRAPH March: 28,1911Union



weekly Low Flying Star 3 Stolen Calves ,'

County's


Lands At Prison FoundOnFarm


:1Eepo-' : Telegraph .i.r
Hester said that he felt the
movie production based on the WORTHINGTON SPRINGS his with
RAIFORD-Robert Conrad, man resigned job' the
feature theft of the Star of India by -Three calves stolen from
star of NBC's television University the last week
==tD drama "Wild, Wild West" Murphy and Kuhn.The film is the University of Unit Florida In because he knew the investigation
flew low over Starke being produced by Caruth C. Dairy Research was near com
Byrd Productions and will\ be Alachua County were
.
the
of
yesterday, as pilot his at pletion."I've
DC-3 aircraft searched for the entitled appropriately enough, recovered in Union County been working on the
"Kuhn and Murphy." the farm of John L. Waters "
landing strip at Florida State case for about six months.
The low early
Prison on SR-16 near Raiford, flying plane was near Worthington Union's Hester said, "and we have hada
according to the Starke Police reported and, according to a Sunday morning by Carl lot of items taken
police department criminal Investigator "
Department. over the past year.
Hospital AdministratorAnnounces spokesman, an investigationof Miles and University Police Miles said.he became in
Conrad with former the Investigator Bob
along reason for the plane'slow Department volved when he learned of the
center fold of Playgirl altitude is pending on Hester. theft of the cattle and found
Magazine Don Stroud, and a information filed with the
that at least three of the
party of 15 flew to the prison to Federal Aviation Administration The three calves, part of six missing calves\ come into
meet with inmate Jack offices in stolen from the dairy unit over fad
Union count \
ResignationLAKE
Murphy. Jacksonville.A the past few months, were Christie eluded i officers
at
plane, assumed to be the purchased by Waters, according the time they went to
Murphy, a former jewel Conrad plane,flew low enoughover to Miles, from a him at his home just arrest
thief whose claim to fame lies SR-16 to read the road Columbia county man named across
the Union-Columbia
in the theft of the famous signs in finding its to the county
wish there were some "The Board is actively way line SIl-18 later
on
H. I could give the people of seeking a replacement," "Star of India" diamond froma FSP landing strip. Charles James Christie who morning. A manhunt Sunday was
Union County a real indication Nichols said. Nichols said that New York State Museum, is "It was a crazy thing to do. was an employee of the mounted for the), man but
a hard effort the Board he had called the Division of now serving a life sentence in It could have gotten them all University's dairy unit until Christie also managed to
from have put into this Health's Department of the state prison for the killed, stated Bradford this Friday. Christie is escape the searchers with
morning in helping it not only Health and Rehabilitative murder of a Miami woman, Sheriff Dolph Reddish. The charged past with grand larcenyon their bloodhounds by running
hospital.The open, but to grow. Services himself to request its according to Assistant Prison sheriff cited the danger of an Alachua County warrant deep into a swampy area near
men work countless i assistance in finding a Superintendent Larry flying through low ceiling Investigator Hester. the Santa Fe River. '
signed by
with nothing for qualified administrator to McAllister. McAllister said such as the area experienced
April 17. other than the take his place by the time he Murphy is also serving a Tuesday and of landing in a
satisfaction they get leaves in April. "I think, consecutive life sentence for rural airport without the aid of
Nichols a job well done in ua however, that it will\ take a breaking and entering and facilities for an instrument Henry Block has
given his a facility that the number of weeks before we robbery charges of which he landing. Reddish said he
Board of needs," Nichols see much action on finding a was found guilty and began would have thought it much
meeting replacement. serving his two life sentencesin the wiser for the Conrad partyto 17 reasons why you
Monday 1 March of 1969. Murphy have landed in Jackson--
review are some of the Nichols also disclosed that committed the theft of the ville, where equipment for
people I have ever ,'. the Board decided in favor of diamond with another"man instrument landings is should come to us
naval with and I mean the f retaining the contract with the known only as "Kuhn, according available, then to have renteda
Field at staff from naval physicians headed by to McAllister. car for the trip to the prison. for income tax help.Reason
Trustees."I to ad Chief of Staff Dr. Jim Melton, Immunity Joins Up .
Nichols The decision t although at present the Conrad and his entourage Cancer researchers are seeking .
and I have made is probably coverage is only assured spent four and one half hours to uncover the role of the 1. We are income tax
at a near hardest one to make that I through the month of April. touring the housing area body's immune in f
system fighting We ask the
specialists. right
spoke had since my first day in within the confines of the
James II. Nichols prison with McAllister. cancer. Help the American We for honest
a brief Nichols said. Cancer research questions. dig every
(Lt. Col. retired) "Coverage by these men is a Conrad will co-star with Society pro-
deduction
We want to leave
gram by giving most no
generously -
Stroud in feature
difficult and it a new length
"1 came to Lake Butler thing right now, this April.
Union General's ad As an administrator Nichols is affecting all the physiciansin stone unturned to make sure you
clear that ----------------------------------
nothing this past year in racked up a lot of "firsts." various branches of the pay the smallest legitimate tax.
the Under his direction and During his tenure of servicehe service. There is a physician Ji !
DAY CARE
have had the hospital has saw the first child born at shortage being felt in the I
where my both in services Union General, the first armed forces due to CENTER I
a lot of and in stature with surgery performed, the Congressional action this past I
decided community. The post as coming of a fully functional year in stopping the physiciandraft FROM ARM BABIES nor/ |
it." administrator was rescue squad that is now ," Nichols said. % t .
first civilian post for the housed at the hospital, as wellas __ TO SCHOOL AGE2m }
Nichols Army Lieutenant a new physician and board Nichols said the Board were
praise although he held a certified surgeon Dr. !Masoud unaware of his resignationuntil CONSTANT- CARE2 BALANCED SNACKS I
staff and position while in the Mohamadi, whom Nichols
Monday's meeting. NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. i
Board of services. recommended to the Board Nichols is the seventh ad- I
I this past December. ministrator that has headed REASONABLE RATES I
- Union General since it
Nichols is well liked in the first being readied to open was its WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE j

community and the doors to the public. The THEIR PROBLEMS j Ci G 3BL It
1,11111 ii Faster .% """ fy surrounding counties for his hospital opened on Dec. 4,

than aspeeding straightforward, no nonsense 1972, and until Nichols came Greater Bethlehem FreeWill
illt bullet approach to administration of none of the administrators ,. r THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
more -
powerful
the hospital. "I have made a stayed for more than a six Baptist Church
than a locomotive able lot of friends here and in the month period. Nichols has 964-5136 t"4, 118 NORTH WALNUT ST.

to eat tall buildingsIs surrounding area," Nichols been on the job for just over 1101 CHESTNUT ST. AT ASH ST. OR Open 9 a.m.-6 Mon.
p.m. -Sat. Phone!0v-H( :>8l"
said, "deciding to leave, for nine months. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 9648866aoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocl
me, was like deciding to leave OPEN TODAY NO t\PPIH" T\IE": T 'iE"ESBvet1JfRine ; \"
home all over again." Nichols said that while he is

it a bulldozer i ian sure of his post in Alabama,

earthquake ... no it's a termite Nichols would not commenton that the necessary paper workis
and only FLORIDA PEST CON his new post except to say as yet incomplete and in
that he was taking a position Union County many of his
TROL can stop them. Call now. :' with another hospital in a friends, though they wish him
before it's too late.TERMITES. southeastern Alabama city. luck, are hoping it will stay r ., -1 %
F IOIIDADNTIOI Nichols did say that he would that way.Plea. '
r 'P leave to go to Alabama this
: week but would return to
serve out his notice period
,
c Change -
next week.family .


Leaves JuryWithout



BeJJ JobLAKE


BUTLER-A full
panel of prospective jurors .
were turned away from dutyin .
circuit court held Monday ri
morning after a prison inmate
centers again changed his plea.
j Ta i i BB ijaB BB BB i iiaw iBrB
s n i s p p i
Inmate Ronald Cogman had
previously plead guilty to a
charge of possession of a
weapon by an inmate and then
Thick LUCITE changed his plea to not guiltyat
creamy the time of his arraign-
ment. Cogman, representedby

makes painting Green Gainesville Monday attorney morning Aaron again

easy changed his plea to guilty and
the jury called to hear the Ja
case was dismissed. Beautiful.
You may think latex wall paints are all alike. But when

tested other Cogman had also been .
against leading brands, Du Pont LUCITE wall
charged with assault with
paint was proven to be the thickest! This means faster, intent to commit murder

easier painting. after along the with two another allegedly inmate threw When You've Saved For
With thick, creamy LUCITE, there's no stirring or lighter fluid over a third in- That New Home

thinning. And it doesn't drip like ordinary paints-so mate and set him afire this

there's less mess. LUCITE dries velvety flat in just 30 past year in Union Correc-
tional Institute at Raiford.
minutes and everything cleans up in soap and water. The plea change to guilty is at GUARANTY

Available in many decorator colors, LUCITE is the prior the result to Monday's of plea bargaining court appearance FEDERALYour

paint that gets the job done right the first time. .

dream home. U it juit a flight of fancy As dollars
your savings add
Wall Paint Cogman was sentenced by up you may want to

M.Circuit Tench Court to three Judge Benjamin or something you're. really after? You can make invest in savings certificates there are several
now only years plus
p one month to run con. that dream come true if you save regularly at plan from which to choose
secutively with his current
sentence on the charge of Guaranty Federal Saving and Loan Auociation.: By saving regularly at Guaranty Federal, you'll

$ R99 the possession charge of of a assault weapon with and At Guaranty Federal, money invested in a high have that downpayment money before you 'know

intent to commit murder was interest passbook laving account fast it! And Guaranty Federal
GAL.LUCITE b1I nolle prossed by the court. grow can help with,\that.
'
mortgage, too! ,
earning 5 1/4X compounded daily. At Guaranty .

year Sammy old Lake Lee Kimble Butler, man a 31, Federal, your money u safe, protected by an Good thing in the future don't just happen .

year charged old with daughter murder this of his past 10 agency of the Federal Government up to $20.000! you have to plan for them! Start now by saving

: January appeared before the regularly at Guaranty Federal. 0)
.. court with his defense counsel "'iII'I' "
LUCITE Alan Parlaplano of the Public
better Defender's Office and entereda Guaranty Federal' OaiHwillt: 220 N, Main3501W.UnivtrsityAv. :
.Wall Paint written plea of not guilty to
because .....- .....- the charge. No trial date has .
been set for Kimble as yet. Savings and Loan Association 3300 S.W. Asher RoH _;

it's Du Pont! Benjamin Brown, another rh./viandhf.vlnys C.nf.,f K Starki: Hdgl s W.awn. a...
U.C.I. inmate charged with 'yst.M :: IM.. aald

possession of a weapon plead r..w..M.M.YM.Lr/Iwww.ww .....,/.aa-,_+pM-
CL :LPCLL( ( EGL :Eaa ( [ not guilty to the charge before tylvanWay l..r
the court and
was given 10 Mw..r-
-= days to file motions by Judge
Tench.



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Berry Queen Contest Draws 14 Contestants hair, face personality and
Beautiful Miss Kathy poise.Judging will be made on
Brown 1973 Bradford County appearance in street clothes
M.."',. "-" "' Strawberry Queen, will reign swimsuits, sportswear, andevening
: over the 1974 Bradford County gown. ,
9 j tTh Fair set next weekend, April The contest is sponsored by
',; ,I 3-6,then relinquish her crownto the Starke Junior Woman's
one of the 14 contestants at Club.
4I 1 the 1974 Strawberry Queen Contestants are:
Pageant to be staged April 6, Miss Alice Atwood, 17,
'
A rr I } : the final night of the 74 fair. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W
_2I ;' .... Finals of the 1974, F. Atwood Sr., sponsored by
'; Strawberry BeautyPageant Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds,
t 301
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ii, annually a highlight of the North, Starke.
: j I ; e
I :1 Bradford County Fair, will\ Miss Deborah Bright, 17
: begin at 8 p.m. in the show daughter \lof Mr. and Mrs.:
i arena at the fairgrounds on Emmett Brightsponsored by
.
6Diann US-301 north.Contestants the Civitans.
..., will be judgedon Miss Latain Herres, 17,
natural beauty only, in- .
daughter of Mr alI1frs. H.
Alice Atwood Deborah Bright Lataln Hcrres Debra Jordan Terry Kite Moore" tpl1lretPft tf) include fiOIir"

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PALMOLIVE IN STARKE, FLA.

RAPID TtiF
BEEF PEO

SHAVE SUNDAY THURS. MAR. 28
PRICES GOOD
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DIXIC' DARLING
SAVE Pound Cake ''Asr' 69C SAVE 47 HOURS SAVE 30 I THRU WED. APRIL 3

He SAVE 17c- IXIE DARLING SWANS DOWN
88 Family Bread 31 Loot.'S$10 0 THRIFTY MAIDAPPLESAUCE 12 61 LIPTONTEA Cake Flour. %::0. 55CHI
1101.CAN SAVE 1 11.-DI II DARLING/ BROWN N'SERVE SEEDED OR C FRUIT
Cluster Rolls I 3 PKGS.10.01. $1 BAGS; Drinks . CAN 39eJELLO
SWEET N' LOW ,
VITALIS Sweetener. 3KG.K !. 55CSUPEROSt Gelatins . o,39c,

DRY Sweetener. :'onIEll0 ;: 7SC I Snackin Cake. 'P' "'67C

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PADS STAY Maxi un Pads . PKG.. 59C GORTON Codfish Cake .I' ot.PKG.ot., 43C MAGGI Vegetable Cubes?- 25C STA Spray.PLO Starch 'CAN' 59C

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SAVE Charcoal Brix 22 SIZE,01 69C Tomato Paste 4 CANS*"' 88C Dry Cat Food 'V'PKo' 29C Toilet Cleaner 28.01.SIZI'. 67c
CALGON BUBBLE BATH ORBath '
GREENWOOD LISTEROL
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Berry Queen Contest -- -'---------- -

P. Herres sponsored by Madison St., Starke.
Jackson Building Supply, N. Miss Debra Starling 17,
Cherry St., Starke. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Debra Jordan 15, Eugene Starling sponsoredby
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farmers Mutual Exchange
tL krs1
-- a Millard M. Jordan sponsoredby 2226 N. Temple,
.41 Handy Way Food Stores Starke.
+ Crescent City, Fla. Miss Ginny Wilkerson 16,
ti Miss Terry Kite, 18, living daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy James L. Wilkerson spon-
Bowen, sponsored by T. G. sored by Mitchell's Drug
and Y., 301 South, Starke. Store, Call Street Starke.
Cj ; Miss Diann Moore, 17, Miss Vicki Williams, 16,
daughtter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr.and Mrs.A. C.
L Leonard V. Moore, sponsoredby Williams sponsored by
Hurst Shell Service, 210 S. Williams Jewelry, 144 W. Call
Temple, Starke. St., Starke.
Karen Reddish Miss Karen Reddish, 16, Miss Carnell Williams, 19
Williams Vicki Cathy Wood
Debra Williams
Starling Ginny Wilkerson Carnell
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mrs. Irene
Dolph T ,Reddish.,_ sponsored: by Fergerson sponsored by
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Morning Star Masonic LodgeNo.
26, Brownlee St., Starke.
Miss Cathy Wood, 16,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
SAVE Russell L.Wood sponsored by
N Southern Discount Co., 116 N.
Walnut, Starke.

SUNDAY Miss Previous Dianne entries Gaskins: 16,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
STORE Wayne Douglas sponsored by
Eagle DeVanes, 117 W. Call

HOURS NING tLLI St.Miss. Starke.Nancy Ormsbee, 16,
daughter of Alice Solano and
Harry Ormsbee sponsored by
12-6 Mustang Mobile Homes, 1650
N. Temple, Starke.
The contestants will be
entertained March 30, at the
I Starke Country Club, by the
Junior Woman's Club at a
T patio party.

PRICES GOOD THURS. F
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THRU WED. APRIL 3 ASTOR DELICIOUS CommunityNews
ORANGE JUICE W D BRAND WHOLE HOC

W-D Sliced I IN BRAND COOKED Ham .PKG.2". $1" W.f> BRAND 6 CANS PACK 601. 89'' W-D BRAND Sausage ROLL 1-LB. 99

SUNNY ND PORK BREAKFAST USOA GR. 'A' FRESH FROZEN! USDA C HOICI Blir FRESH SHANK HALF OR WHOLE By Elisabeth Givens: Walker

Link Sausage 'I/'LB Pica-.. $199, WHOLE FRYINGCHICKEN BOTTOM ROUNDROAST Pork Hams LB. 99C SCHOOL NEWS
GRADE 'A- JENNIE O WHITE DARK MEAT

W-D.Y.BRAND Strip USDA CHOICE Steaks BEEF LB $1"W.D Turkey Roast i PKG B: $1"1 students Bradford will be County out of classeson school

SELECTED SKINNED It SLICED Friday April 5, to attend
BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF the Fair. The teachers will
Beef 09WD
Liver $1,
Delmonico Steak LB. $269 LUVDWO lB. have a planning day.
BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF WHOLE
W D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF HANDI-PAK \CUT Si WRAPPED FREE 6 TO 8 LBS AVG.) ADULT BASIC
GrounRound $,,39 | S enderloins All interested adults are
u. u S'"c'' o c I : u. $249 invited to attend classes if
W D BRAND CHUNK I / L TASTY (TWELVE 4-oi. PATTIES I ) interested in the various

Smoked Bacon LB. 88 r i Beef Patties 3 &. $279 centers.Vo-Tech,For 964-6150.information call

SUPERBRAJMD, LOW FAT SWISS STYLE W.O BRAND PUREGround
Yogurt 5 Ssl00'' Beef 1 10 pBG. $899SALUTO NAACP NEWS
. The Bradford County
W- (HAND USD* (KOICI Bin
RAND'.Ail Ml AT BOTTOM IONI1ISS Branch of NAACP is askingthe
SASSY SPiCEY OR PEPPERONI cooperation of all In-
FRANKS HOUND STEAK PIZZA terested citizens in memorial
services for Dr. Martin Luther
V.t69e W-D BRAND 20-01.PKG. $199 King Jr.on April at 8 p.m. in
AGq W-D BRAND New Bethel Baptist Church.
USDA INSPECTED PORK SHOULDER SUPERBRAND The public is invited.
4JMoG
(NO ADDITIVES* PURE SMOKED WHOLEPICNICS FUDGE BARS OR DELL CHAPTER OES
0 Dell Chapter 168 will hold its

\ e* GR. BEEF TWIN POPS p.m.regular in meeting the Masonic Thursday Hall at on 8

J Brownlee St.All members are
JI asked to attend. Plans have
been made for the Grand
I Session which will be held
April 13-17 in Jacksonville.
I
ANNIVERSARYMr. :"
and Mrs. Julius
Chandler celebrated their 20th
wedding anniversary at a
1
AL : 12PK.PKGS. party given by relatives. They
received many lovely gifts.
About 40 friends and relatives
attended to wish the Chan-
I BRAND USOA CHpltlBONILISS dlers many more happy an-
FRISK BOSTOI* (JTT SUPIRBRANH
BIIF niversaries.
I I Quantity RightsReservea RUMP ROAST PORK ROAST DRUMSTICKS

r A '" JTOO L CHURCHNEWS
i WINN.DIXIE STORES. INC. 59 B 1
1 COPYRIGHT 1974 Greater Allen Chapel A.E
I MORTON Church Rev. B. C. Williams
! Hill QUARTER LOIN SLICED FRESH, RIPE HARVEST FRESH VINE RIPETOMATOES pastor. The Second Quarterly
MACARONI CHEESE, SPAGHETTI A MIAT, Conference was held last
! PORK CHOPSWO CHICKEN, BElF OR TURKEY Sunday with Rev. R. E. Lamb
Strawberries presiding and delivering the
11 am. message. Reports
POT PIES from all boards were receivedat
this time.
Sunday services begin with
99 33 $ Sunday School at 10 a.m.
! Morning Worship at 11, with
the missionaires in charge.
LB. IB. The Building Fund Drive will
1 terminate in this service. All
members are asked to
HORMEL SWEET, JUICYCANTALOUPES cooperate with these ac
PINTS I 1-01.' tivities.

CAN HAM PIES
New Bethel Baptist Church
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor, will
FRISH FLORIDA be host to the East Coast
FIORIOA WHIT I O* PINK
ORANGES2si. GRAPEFRUIToo $! Deacons Division Union of Ministers Auxiliary and to

SI 00 the Mount Sinai Association,
HARVEST PRISM FLORIDALETTUCE .
3 $479 I K 2 March 2831.Ebenezer Baptist

LB. ..... Church will participate in this
,
CAN ..." FOR activity which is the Fifth
19 J Sunday Union. All membersand
friends are invited to
attend.
KRAFT'S CRACKER BARREL SHARP HARVEST FRESH GREEN BYRON SANDWICH

COPEUNp Pork Sausage ROLL 99C Cheese Spread Box.PKO.: 83C Cabbage -. 2 HEADS 39C Bar-B-Que :EKG $139 regular Ebenezer services Baptist on will Sunday hold,
services will
lOt OFF ANY CRACKIN' GOOD CRESCENTDinner ASTOR SARA LEE APPLE OR RAISINTarnow April 7. Weekly

Pizza Rolls :PKo: 39C Gr'fruit Juice 4 CANS99C s Pull Aparts . PEG 99C begin Prayer Thursday Meeting night and Bible with
Class at 7 p.m. Sunday Schoolat
SWIFT PREMIUM BROWN 6 SERVE FRESH CRISP FROZEN SLICED TYSON

Sausage . KG89c Carrots . 2 BAG ll. 19C StrawberriesINTERNATIONAL 4 PKGS.. $100| Corn Dogs . 'As. 89C At 10:45:9:43 4: ;p.m.Morning; Consecration Choirs Worship on Service Parade at 11.,

TASTI O" SEA FISHPerch U S. No. 1 RUSSET BAKING JENOS will be sponsored by the

Fillets J'go.89c Potatoes 10 IAO ll. $149] Little Spuds J4.PIIG.": 39C Pizza Tray .99c Junior invited to Choir.attend.The public is

SUPERBRANO CREAMEDCottage JUMBO SWANSON(SALISBURY 6*.-01 ).(CHICKEN 7.I) OH BRILLIANT

Cheese cUP* 68 Celery . .STALK 19C Turkey Entrees 2 n.i PKGS*. ,. $100 I Shrimp . . EKG 101 'I29 1 SERVICEMENPvt. Leroy Davis son of
Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Davis of
SUPERBRAND MILD DAISY STYLE U S No. 1 YELLOWOnions SWANSON EGG ft SAUSAGE OR PANCAKE SAUSAGE SUPERBRANO WHIPPEDTopping 831 Florida St.,has completed

ChedaarCheese i Ka: 129 . 3 SAG 49c Entrees . 2 A&. $100 . 2 CTNS $1 1 and basic will training be at stationed Fort Lee Va.in.


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EXTRA rii EXTRA = EXTRJ4L =; EXTRA, : EXTtF" I: Card Of Thanks

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Su-eeleat Strawberries This Side of Heaven Donnie Sewell

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To All-State

BHS Weightlifters Place ,



Fourth In 3A State MeetBradford Mention


floor and his fine outstanding season and for another outstandingseason
High weight lifters for a total of 410.. Crews and said Redding. "But in the past will from him," says
took fourth place in the Class Stuart Strickland both placed two years it has become a abilities, says their hopefully education they and carryon keep Sexton. "The 1974-75 edition of
IA State Weight lifting meet at seventh in their classes last sport in its own right which it basketball for a few the Bradford basketball teamis
playing
:North; :Marion High School year at state.Strickland ought to be." "I I am also proud of White intent on going back to state
gym with four BHS lifters took third placein Strickland is the only senioron Golden of their selection years. next year and will settle for
placing in the meet. the 148 pound class this year the team and most of the honorable mention on the "SewclS will be returningnext nothing short of the cham-
Eastside. of Gainesville, with 255 bench and 210 rest of the lifters will be "
a press team. They had an year and' :: I will be looking pionship, concluded Sexton.
took first place with 33 points clean and jerk for a total of 465 returning next year. Meng
chile Ocala Vanguard took; pounds. David Harper lifted a will probably move up into the
second with 20 points and total of 415 pounds in the 148 132 pound class and Crews and
Buchholz third with 17. class but did not place. Harper will move up to the 148 I UCNine Wins 3
Eastside went all the way Danny Anderson totaled 435 class, according to Redding. Straight
this season, taking the city pounds in the 198 pound class Tommy Reddish and Joe
conference and state and Donnie !Neel; lifted 430 Lazenbee will be lifting in the Taking two easy victories in White walked to fill the bases. Clemmons hit two of three for
championships while accumulating pounds in the heavy weight 165 pound class while Danny double header against Jack McGill was then walked three RBI's.
an-impressive 9.1 division. Anuerson will stay in the 198 Friday night to score Hamilton and John Griffis was the winning
->eason record. Bradford "I'm proud of our guys. We class. Marlon Thornton shouldbe Baseballers won the Ross walked to drive in pitcher in the second game
tinished its season with a 2-4 did the best we could but we in the 181 pound class game 13-1 then the second Brannen with the winning run. although he just pitched three
record. BHS took seven lifters did not have enough depth in according to Redding. Tommy ), then edged 2-1 by P. K. Freshman Bill Hemme was innings.
!to state. the heavy weights for the Edwards and Donnie Neel: will Tuesday in Lake Butler the winning pitcher in the first Bill Cain and David Powell
Last year Bradford placedseventh' points we needed" stated be in the heavy weights. a three game sweep. game of the double header each hit two of three in that
in all\ classes in the BHS Weightlifting Coach "We should be tough next Now the Tigers stand 8-10 with Hawthorne He pitched a game.Friday.
state meet but the year before Butch Redding. year in the light weights and while staying 5-0 in the two hitter and struck out two. night Union
BHS won the state title in the "Everybody is getting a we are going to work on the Conference play. Dwight Griffis and Jerry baseballers will travel to
I first year of weight lifting week off now but next weekwe heavy weights" concluded Bill Cain was the winning White each hit three-for-three Chiefland then will play in
competition.Kevin are going to start getting Redding in the squeaker with for the night and Griffis Macclenny against Baker
Meng took second ready for next season," making his pitching earned two RBI's. Fred County. Saturday.
place in the 123 pound class commented Redding. 4-5 so far this season.
with his bench press of 200 Weight lifting programs got six hits in the game
pounds and clean and jerk of have traditionally\ been an off Golfers Union was limited to Blanding Fishing Areas
180 for his total of 380. John season activity for athletes \ .
Kilby placed sixth in the same interested in other sports PKY took the lead in the top
class with a total lift of 350 primarily football. But in Lose 2Matches the fourth inning when Bob Closed Some By Exercisesclosing
pounds recent years the sport has bases loaded single
:Mike Crews placed secondin begun to take on an identity all\ in Scott McLain who Camp Blanding Fish are Blue Pond, Perch
the 132 pound class. He its own. singled earlier. Management Area will be Pond Lowery and Magnolia
!lifted 225 in the bench press It used to be a supplement to
In the bottom of the seventh closed on certain dates this Lakes. Magnolia Lake State
and 183:> in the clean and jerk the football here."
program Terry Hamilton led off summer as a result of military Park will remain open duringthe
Union with a single took military exercises. Major
Two more losses were exercises being conducted on
on an error. Joe the !National; Martin urged the cooperationof
marked for the Bradford Camp Blanding
Look Who Came To Town High Golf up team after a 164-161 then sacrificed to Guard facility. fishermen in the interest of
loss to St. Augustine last Hamilton to third base. Major Larry Martin their own safety and to insure
Whitehead and Jerry7'lir Northeast Region Managerfor the future availability and use
Starke Friday and a 165.161 loss to
CycleCenter Fernandma Beach Tuesday the Game and Fresh Water of the Camp Blanding facility
Fish Commission, said The closed dates are:
afternoon both at the Starke
.
Golf and Country Club. various units of the National March 30 through April 12:
/ ",'feet at /the I ic.l d'sk Guard will be firing live April 28 through May 12; May
!Now; the Tornado golfers ",,' turf/ I b\i\ the ticif/'iiiar-' ammunition on air defense 19 through June 2; June 15
5 stand with a 1.9 record. / '' P'orio' ,nariji/ce/ ai/tci-/ artillery and mortar firing through June 29; July 2
BHS was playing St. / '!g "Bn'ic/ >//fii/ Arc Kirc, ranges. through July 21 and July 28
Augustine a tough match untilon 'ho Hems/ bu A the eighth hole when SA
.
beat BHS by four.strpkes. Ed .
m 'f( Watts was the low scorer in l I..
L'l both matches with a one under f .
par 33 against SA and a one
over par 37, against FB.
E ,\ David Gaines shot a 42 in the ville"v F
JI"" SA match and a 40 in the FB I &
round. Bobby Paterson shot a :
43 against SA and 48 against
Fernandina."We .
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SERVICE people to play to their ability
, during the same match," says
Golf Coach Warney Atkinson.
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Girls Beat ES 7-0 ,rpK es Bradford Thinclads Place 3rd .

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Take i4 tt"q" t 1. ? r ,I 1l! Bradford thinclads placed preparing for the Bradford Eighteen schools are invited

: Boys GC 52Both 3ar t ir r.. 4k r third in a three way meet last Invitational next Friday. to take part in this meet. I
Friday as Palatka South and

the girls and boys of Chuck Hutcheson 8-7, Randy gas L4. J. Ocala Vanguard completely
the Bradford High Tennis Crews 6-0, and Andy Crews i5 2U dominated the meet held in.
squad won one match each Bruce Tucker lost 4 t5 ,Cir 4 (; 41 r .1 Palatka.PS .
last week, moving the girls' singles match 8-4. his 12tl ended up winners of the I News And Activities From

record to 8-3 and the boys' Hobbs and McRae teamedueth88whileTucerand r '1 y _.L meet with a total of 102 1-:':! I IGIRLS
record to 47. r points while Vanguard r<
t kar iJvre THE RECREATION CENTER
The girls took a 7-0 victoryover twee, ,, Finished with 71 points. BHS
Eastside of Gainesvillelast Hutcheson won 8-4 'd. was a distant third with 18 1-2 j

Friday while the boys "We just out played them points.
beat Green Cove 5-2 Tuesday i like the girls did. Eastside andeveryone BHS only had six places for
afternoon. did what they U 4V! points in the meet with Larry SOFTBALL DIXIE YOUTH
The girls took straight supposed to," said Coach were } 115 I.t. Sherman leading them taking The Starke Recreation The first week's practice of
victories in all singles and Howard. "We finally t). two first places. Department is offering a the Dixie Youth Baseball
doubles matches. Winners in victory and we needed got It." a sr v IDrtSeI Sherman took the 120 high program of Softball for girls Program found 70 boys
the singles matches were Hobbs and McRae both I a .. hurdles with a time of 158 aged six through 15. showing up and everythingwent
Jennifer Jockel 8-0, Hjalmar played their best matches of 1 while Jimmy Cauley placed Practice sessions are being fairly smooth except fora
McMillan 8-2, Debbie Mitchell the year and!looked real good, third in 17.1 seconds. Sherman held each Monday and couple of days of rain.
8.2, Ruth Hazen 8-2, and Lynn according to Coach Howard. *. ,i placed first in the 300 intermediate Wednesday afternoons, 3:30-5: The boys are divided into
Pierce 81.Jockel ,+ hurdles in 41.2 p m. at Westside Park.Registratron two groups for practice
"
and Cathy Casey won Wednesday both teams seconds and again Cauley forms may be purposes, with the first year
their doubles match 8-3 while travel to Jacksonville to meet followed, this time in fourth picked up at Pratt Street players reporting on Tuesday
Mitchell and McMillan won 8- with Bishop Kenny then place with a time of 45 seconds Center or the Recreation Thursday and Friday and the
2. Thursday the boys play flat.Paul Department office. "old veterans" coming on
"It was a very nice way to Eastside in Gainesville. Parsons placed secondin Monday, Wednesday and
win a tennis match," stated Friday the girls play Bartromat the 800 run in 2:06.3: minutes Friday.
and Kirk took JUNIOR BOYS BASEBALL The will follow this
Tennis Coach Melba Howard. 3 p.m. at the Starke Golf Hunsinger boys
"We just out played them." and fourth place in the two mile Registration for the Junior schedule for the next two
Country Club, and
Other than one loss in Monday travel to Green Cove. run with a time of 10:48.8: Boys Baseball Program has weeks and then will be divided
singles and one in doubles Monday the boys play Green 'n, minutes.. been very encouraging so far into their permanent teams.
"We did not do a good as 40 boys have registered to The will
BHS boys were winners. Cove at home, then Wed- y.. lust regular season begin
Singles winners were Johnny nesday play at home job and we were in a meet participate and hopefullymore May 4.
against
will turn out so that we
Hobbs 8-1, Mike McRae 8-6, Madison with two strong track powers Registration for the
and we got shut out," stated may have a four team league. program will close Friday
Track Coach Grover Howard. Practice sessions were March 29Women's.
scheduled to begin Tuesday,
Acupuncture Treatments }' March 26. Registration will
,
Bradford travels Saturdayto
remain open for another week Softball
I the University of Florida in for late-comers.
Gainesville to run in the
Help Near Deaf Youth, 15 Florida Relays. Only the mile TournamentWill

of Bennett,
relay team George SOFTBALL DEADLINE
Jay McNeal, 15, son of Mrs. "Any Improvement is a big James Chandler, Sheldon Tonight, Thursday, March
Norman McNeal, &R-100, one as far as we're con- Hodge and Larry Shermanwill 28, is the deadline for entering Be SundayThree
south of Starke was born witha cerned," says his mother. oe participating. either a Men's or Women's
hearing defect and is now Mrs. McNeal had the "They will be up againstsome team in the Adult Softball teams will battle it
undergoing acupuncture measles during her pregnancyand tough competition but I Leagues.A out Sunday afternoon whenNorman's
treatments for partial the born them to do well," will be held at Farm from Starke
boy with 7
was 10 expect meeting
Bradford team that In the State Class!
These are the four from the High weight lifting placed will play with two other
recovery.McNeal percent hearing. The idea of front, John and Mike states Howard. p.m. for the women and the
3A meet in North Marlon High School Saturday. They are: Kilby Crews Gainesville teams in a round
underwent 14 Then BHS is laying off and bothat
acupuncture came from an men will meet at 8 p.m.,
and back, Kevin and Stuart Strickland.
treatments during the first article in the Florida Times- Meng ..... "" ,, ,I\mn, '- r' the Recreation Depart robin Women's Softball
three weeks in December. He Union After the lead from the ment, in the Old Armory, at Tournament at Westside
was taken to the University of article the McNeals found which time all entries must be Park.Johnson'Hayes.
Florida Medical Center wherehe about the Acupuncture 9 FBLA Members and
In.Both Gainesville Tire will be the
was tested last Monday. Medical Center in Miami, in leagues are scheduledto
The test/showed a degree of business several months begin their regular season two visiting teams and action
but the exact "It week of 15. will start at 1.30: p.m. Sunday
improvement just makes you wonder Travel To StateNine during the April
amount is not known. how it helps. It really does" -

members of the Janet McCrary, junior
Li
Bradford High Chapter of stenography; Sandy Mann,
TIME TO PLANTAnd Future Business Leaders of data processing; Jan Searle, cJLoue Safe
America will travel to public speaing; Cathy Wood, for
Jacksonville to attend the 24th exhibit, and Tim Crews, Eve

Annual FBLA State Futch, Cindy Gissy, Rhoda ah, 1218 N. MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE
GROWING Leadership Conference Jones and Bruce Trimm on
Thursday through Saturday. the parliamentary team.
FBLA is the national youth
Select and Plan Grass Seed 1' organization for high school Major) business of the state / f Aquarium Sale
is the election of state
students who plan (fo enter meeting
careers in business or in officers for 1974-75, a series of
Argentine PensacolaBahia business education. The competitive events, and other IC
has charteredover leadership development
organization
Bahia 5,600 chapters in the activities. Events include 5 1/2 GAL 5.99 ,

United States and has a public speaking, typing, accounting bii
membership of 100,000 spelling 10 GAL 6.99 y

t'LB. . .51.9I 39C students. parliamentary procedure
1LB. . r
;j Members of the BHS demonstrations and the 20 GAL 14.99
Il I will participate in selection of a Mr. and Miss Brenda Thomas, left, and AI Clements look on as Bobbie !
Chapter Wilson shows of the suits at"The Clothes Corner."
Future Leader of America. one
$4795 $1595 discussion groups, business 29 GAL 22.99
1 50 LBS. 50 LBS meetings, and general Awards for state winners will
sessions. They will be com- be presented at the special
peting in the following. events: Awards program on March 30. Reno Home Burnson Week EndTropical

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MAKE A crowd of more than 100
&-Ii -Ii persons gathered as clouds of who took the watch, the

SPRAYING acrid black smoke filled the spectator was advised by FishSpecials
sky in the Reno district late other members of the crowd to
EASY FertilizerAND Tuesday evening when the "keep his mouth shut" and he

home of James Dommon of did.Waters
WITH MINORS 809 Pine Street caught fire and borrowed a $20 bill
burned. from Lt. S. Rhoden of the

EFFECTIVE 100% ORGANIC I Starke's fire departmentTruck police department and held it
2 and a dozen up before some of the crowd
50 $ rt firefighters under the saying"I'll give this to anyone Young Angels 2/n 00

LBS . 359Tank direction of Captain Bobby that will" give me back my
Lewis watch. There were no takers
fought a persistent
TypesLARGE blaze fore more than an hour and a short while later Truck 2 Cherry
before it was finally ex returned to the fire station fa
1 1i tinguished. The blaze was with at least one fireman
SELECTION
25% ORGANIC if the is really Barbs
reported at 6 p.m. No cause wondering job 2$100Marble
IN STOCK
has been determined. worth it.
YOUR CHOICE 50 "I came out here to fight a
$299 Three units of the city fire, not to get my watch
10% L8S. . . i Police Department was kept stolen," Waters said, "If thisis Mollies
D busy with crowd control and the way people react when
wound up-with a case of theftto you come out to help them, 2$1004HL..L.
for Your Garden investigate when someonein then what's the use?
Pest Protection the crowd stole a fireman's Waters, who saw the in- r..
$100 gold watch. dividual that picked up the
watch from where it had
1Z% Fireman Wilbur Waters, fallen said he thought they
$097 with the department for only would hold on to it for him i
: about nine months, was until he could take the time toget

Chlordane . . .PINT!! Able Williams and Ricky Mosley took first place In a Brick working at the back of Truck 2 it back.
Laying Contest In Gainesville, beating competition coveringa pulling hose when the metal L.. L... .. L..L..L... L... L... L...
wrist of his
15 county area as they represented Bradford-Union<>> Area strap watch came .
50 the watch to
% Vo-Tech Center. open allowing
from his to the Alan Baxter
drop arm
Williams, a senior, and Mosley, a junior are masonry
street in front of the
Malathion. X297 students at the Vo-Tech under the Instruction<>> of E, B. Jones burning
. PINT of Starke. home. Waters could have
stopped and the ContractorIs
The contest was sponsored by the Vocational and In- picked up Painting
watch, instead he kept pulling
5% dustrial Clubs of America (VICA). This Organization
hose to get needed water to the
these contests to create Interest and competition
promotes
'HUS5.-.99'' between vocational schools which Is conducive to learning, fire. Looking For New Business in The Starke

Sevin Dust. . according to Jones.
Marshall Cloversettle won third place In the drafting Someone in the crowd & Area
EXCELLENT FOR VEGETABLES ALSO AGAINST contest to make the third person to go to state contest next picked up the watch and fled Keystone
FLEAS AND TICKS ON ANIMALS month. The contest will be held In West Palm Beach and the scene while the fireman
winners of that meet will go to nationals. National winners continued to do his job.
..db.. will be sponsored to go to the World Olympics. Although/: at least one person DUE TO EXPANSION OF OUR WORK FORCE,

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12 TELEGRAPH. March: 1971a


Proclaims Employer :Support:: WeekCapt.

County Agents' By

James R. Reddish, Capt. Reddish said. "The vital "It brings into the communityover BobbyTaylor ,
Commander Co. D, 53rd Spt business I refer to is employer $200,000 in payrolls paid Notebook
f Bn., Florida National Guard support of the Guard and to members of the Guard for r
has announced that April 1-6 Reserve. They represent 30 attending training assembliesand
t'-Y will be observed as Employer per cent of our trained of course, much more as
knlra
O c Support of the National Guard military personnel, an integral a result of the large number of

and Reserve Week. part of the force employees working full time Most of our farmers and honey, syrup, etc. Othc
available at cost of only five "
a with the Guard. include the horn
have been concerned sections
During the week, volunteer gardeners
cent of the budget. and crafts, an
per arts
week about division,
until this
Guard personnel, will visit Members of the local Guard of youtl
employers in communitiesacross unit were paid $190,548.26 for dry conditions that had projects or products availabl
the nation, including The unit commender said attending training assembliesat prevented good grass growth Premium books are
V
Guard had of seeds for at the Chamber of Commerci
Starke and adjoining that the National and germination
areas, the local armory, and 15 and I
office
seeking better public understanding always had good community days of active duty at Camp crops and gardens. Guess wedidn't County Agent's and ,school
and employer support from employers and Blanding in 1973 remember that we businesses
support for members of the individuals alike, and expressed usually have plenty of rain throughout the county.
n' "wS American Work Force who the appreciation of and water when the Bradford
? wish to participate in the the local unit for this backing."In "One member of the County Fair rolls around.We The Bradford-Union Caltleman's
Chamber of Commerce said it Association i
National Guard and Reserve. turn, the National
S Guard is good for our business was like having an additional have had over three working hard to make th
+ G GP3 "Today, this must be every community and adjoiningareas clean industry in our com- inches of rain in the last week. second annual 4-H and FF/
businessman's business," ," Capt. Reddish said. munity," Capt. Reddish said. This is enough to provide Steer Show and Sale a sue
moisture to get our crops cess.
'T started. Too much rain this is lot of behindthescenes
There a
j4 r rMayor time of year can cause more activity in an event lilt

problems than dry conditions. this. Most cattlemen and th
Some vegetable seed will rot, other people wh
II IITO many
II LETTERS
fertilizer can be lost to contribute to the show anc
: :Neil'; Tucker signs proclamation designating "Employer Support Week" in presenceof leaching, and disease can be a sale feel that this youth ac
C\V4 A. L.
(from left) : {'a|>t. Jamos It. Reddish, SFC Charles Schaefer ISG Robert Drake. real problem in our tivity is well worth the time
t'rosby. Jr and l'Si Joe \\arrrn. In proclaiming the week :Major Tucker stressed the importance strawberries. I've heard it and invested.
of a strong national defense and the part played by the National:'; Guard and the said many times that more money
Keser units in maintaining that defense. THE EDITOR I believe that these are checking account that we crops have been lost in 4-H and FFA members whi
some of the facts the board can't reach, but the forgers Bradford County to excess participate have an op
In the near future, the would consider. The Board don't seem to have too much water than to drought con portunity to get experienct
Bradford County School and the people should not be trouble reaching. We resent ditions. and training in many areas
Board will try to determinehow alarmed when Bradford being treated like the select feed
They learn how to ,
,' . much of a pay raise the County teachers ask for a 10 criminal. The Bradford County Fair train and ahoy
,
groom
"' '" teachers in this should across the board raise will be well under way this
county percent animals. They also lean
I for the 1974-75 school for medical in I really wish someone would time next week. The way
R' get year.I plus pay management anc
I llLS will
EUnm'd I j surance. come up with an idea that things look now, the 1974 money
record keeping and how tt t
,
believe that the people and at least help the problemW. edition will be bigger and that
-Joseph N.WarrenBradlordUnion cope with problems art
teachers of this county should better than ever. associated with beef catth
Area L. LandisRt.
Bradford
how
know compareswith
other counties in this VocationalTechnicalCenter 1, Lawtey The fair is a good op- production.The .

area. portunity for our people to let steer show will be belt

Dear Editor: their neighbors know what at 4 p.m., Thursday, April '
Bicel'tellllialOpportullityAttendance Bradford County pays a DISCOVK,USED they have to show. You can (not Friday as listed in tht
beginning teacher $7,350 per On behalf of the Board of participate by being active in Fair premium book) in thi
year with no fringe benefits. Dear Editor: Directors, staff, and almost a display of your business, or show arena at the fairgrouncin
100 handicapped men and you can be a part of the fair Starke. Mr. Ken Durrance
Alachua pays a beginning I am writing to you about a women at Goodwill In- management. You can also livestock specialist from the
the initial meeting of therefore, would actually be putting up teacher $7,590 with the problem that concerns all dustries, I would like to express participate as an individual University of Florida, wil
at
only one-fourth of the total project cost following ring benefits:: bank customers. Something is our deepest ap- with an exhibit. judge and place the 30 steer
the Bradford County Bicentennial done about most
being every preciation to Starke and be shown
in cash. 1. Health Insurance worth but this one The fair book lists to
Steering Committee Monday night was other problem, surrounding communities for premium
disappointing. It is hoped that the slimattendaOl'e There is not a single community in the approximately $450. just seems to get worse all the responding so generously to all the divisions or categoriesof The pre-sale program will
be blamed on the that does not have some needed I the recent Boy Scout exhibits. There is an start at 7 p.m., Friday, April
can county 2. Life Insurance equal to time.Who division where 5. Sale of steers will start
materials drive for Goodwill agricultural at 8
weather (cold and rainy) and the improvement on which it could well the amount of the teacher's is to blame?? Well, I Industries. you can exhibit livestock, p.m. and will be sold by a ladyauctioneer.
of flu in the such matching funds. For in- salary. A conservative guess the banks aren't. We,
prevalence a epidemic spend poultry, rabbits or farm Don't miss this or
community, rather than a lack of interest stance, Lawtey is now building a new estimate for this would be$300 customers the checking?? No. Most account of us Thanks to the dedicationand productions like vegetables, 'any part of the show and sale

in the Bicentennial program playground involving a lot of volunteer per year. have the hard-earned cash we 6,000 enthusiasm cubs, boy of scouts more than and fruit, nuts corn potatoes. this year.

labor. If it had been constructed as a 3. Terminal pay at boast about when we write out their leaders in North Florida,
this labor could retirement. I have no estimatefor check and sign our official
Some members attending the meetingsaid Bicentennial project, our including Starke scouts
they were unaware of the importance have been used as an "in kind" contribution this terminal one. With no, estimatefor we can name to it. Is it the stores or Goodwill netted almost 40,000 HOME NOTESFROM
pay businesses?? No they are
and scope of the Bicentennial to obtain matching funds. safely say that a teacher in mostly the ones getting the bags filled with clothing and
merchandise
program. They had the idea that it was Similar examples could be cited in every Alachua County makes $1.000<)<)<> bed breaks and most honest other to be used repairable in our rehabilitation YOUR EXTENSION (

to be more or less an "Honor America" town in the county. more per year than a Brad- customers understand this. If programs.We ECONOMICS 'HOMEm I t' / :
type of celebration, involving only a ford County teacher. the business turns down a r ,. .
well would also like to
patriotic program on July 4, 1976 to More than half the counties in Florida Levy County pays a chock may be losing then they a sale very and even especially thank the Bradford --i.--ar' BY KATHY
commemorate the nation's 200th An- already have their Bicentennial Com- beginning teacher $7,700 and the customer for all time. County School Board for
niversary. mittees organized and some are already for a fringe benefit pays partof donating the use of one of their

working on their projects. The Bradford medical insurance half for of Still, we deposit our moneyin buses to transport the The Bradford County Fair is 2. Only articles listed in the
teachers. If Levy pays the bank to keep it safenot
will be
Pt'rhaps.othl'rs have been under this County Ilistorical Board of Trustees the Medical insurance, it so much from ourselves as collections to Goodwill. less than a week off, and if you Premium competition list with acceptedfor awards

same impression, and this might accountfor would like to have the restoration of the would be worth $250. So a from losing it or having it Finally, we would like to have not made plans to enter given..
of
the seeming lack of interest at this old Bradford County courthouse approved teacher in Levy County would stolen. commend the Bradford examples your
it's timeto
skills
historic make approximately $<>oo County Telegraph for their homemaking 3. All articles displayedmust
in the
the Bicentennial Action 76 major project
But as a those
make
point. Bradford We can't well plans.
more than one in very go tremendous support and be the work of the
program is far more than just another phase of the Bradford County program. County. around with our checking publicity for this year's Scout exhibitor. Artcles bought or
celebration on the Fourth of July. It is Work has already been started on this account number tatooed on Good Turn drive for Goodwill.O. Listed here are the rules borrowed will not qualify
the opportunity for each community in project as a strictly community effort, Union County, even smaller our face and yet, it seems that and regulations for entries in
than Bradford, pays a business the Home Division. You may 4. NO ARTICLE will be
is received the can't tell by our
approval L. Allen
the receive financial aid in the but if Bicentennial
county beginning teacher $7,201) Fora honest faces since check enter canned products and-or accepted for judging that has
form of matching funds to help realize and matching funds can be obtained the fringe benefit they pay for forgers have the same kind of President Goodwill of the Industries Board, baked products in the Foods previously been exhibited at
some needed projects designed to improve task will be much easier, and a better medical insurance worthapproximately Department: most any type of the Bradford County Fair.

the quality of life in these communities job can be done. For instance, if the $430. So a face.But garment you have sewn,
estimatedat teacher in tiny Union County is there anything sadder knitted or crocheted to your 5. No two entries, in the
now and in the future. The entire project cost should be makes $300 more per year than to have money and not be Philosopher's latest needlework project in same product, will be accepted -
special observance on July 4 1, 1976 will $10,000 the local contribution wouldbe than one in Bradford. able to reach it when we needit .v""! the Needlework Department.You from one individual.
be only a small part of the program. only $2,500 in cash, with the other ?? Corner ,,; I may pick up a Fair
one-fourth contributed by "in kind" Summing it up then, v N Premium Book at the 6. All entries must be clean
Actually Bicentennial projects maybe services. Alachua teachers make$1,000() We that trust money to our "Fools forarguments a[. Chamber of Commerce office, and in good condition.
more Levy teachers make banks-- per cent of usare i. at my office, or various other
divided into three different classes, $600 more,and Union teachers honest people who try to pay usetcagers" J. ,) locations, for more complete 7. All articles entered in this
covering the past, the present and the Architects in Jacksonville and make $300 more! our bills and be honest. But I, information on possible entries division must have been
future. They may range in cost from a Gainesville say the old courthouse is for for one, am getting pretty well completed within the past
few hundred dollars to thousands and emminently worth saving as an example The official cost of living and is discouraged and wonder if it is SAMUEL: BUTLER twelve months.
cent
8 8
1973 was up per worth the trouble and (1612-( 1630)) 1. Entries in Home Divisionare
worth saving as an example
from the in
may include anything eminently expected to be even more aggravation to have a to the public. 8. Entries must be broughtto
restoration of a historic structure to the chitecture and the State has placed it on 1974. open the Fairgrounds for

building of a new bicycle trail. a list of only eleven old courthouse registration during the
buildings left in Florida that should be Win iit-Dixie Grand OpeningIn scheduled hours. Entries will
be accepted Monday, April 1.
The first phase (the past) recognizesthe preserved. This is a project in which the from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m., and

greatness our American heritage, entire county can take interest and pridein Tuesday. April, from 8 am.

including such projects as the completing.The until noon.

restoration of historic buildings the articles
9. Exhibit may not
erection of historical markers, the success of the Bicentennial be removed before 11 p m. on

writing of city and county history and program can be measured by the extentof Saturday, April 6. Removal of
anything else having to do with our past. involvement of interested individualsand exhibits prior to this time will
organizations. An attempt has been be reason for forfeiture of any
premium monies awarded.
The second phase (the present) includes made to obtain a representative cross

projects that are needed today, section of organizations and communities 10. In classes where there is

such as' new parks, and playgrounds, in setting up the county no competition ribbons will

recreation centers, bicycle trails, or committee. The success of the program ;.f tt, t1e be awarded at the discretionof
anything that would improve the environment will depend on the participation of each. w & the judges.

and better the quality of our 11. The Fair Association will
present day life. Another meeting of the Bradford assume NO responsibility for
County Committee will be held Monday the damage or loss of articles

The third phase (the future) concerns night, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the exhibited. Reasonable care
the planning for future generations and County Commission room of the new will be exercised to safeguard
the articles left for display but
initiating projects that will improve the courthouse. It is hoped that a better the Fair Association will in no

quality of life for our children and attendance of committee members will way be liable.

grandchildren.To be had at this time so that some of the j _
worthwhile community projects can be 12. Exhibits of canned fruit,

scheduled for action.It .. (I-r) :Manager Ernest Phillips, retired;; vegetables, pcikles) relishes,
assist the communities with their discussed and Starke for the opening of the new Winn-Dixie store \\t. e store managers are : and
approved Bicentennial projects the W-D District :Manager It. C. :Miller extreme right, and Assistant :Manager Grady Ovrrstreet and :Manager Joe in preserves. clear glass jellies jars,, must labeled be

Florida Bicentennial Commission will isn't often that the opportunity to District Supervisor I. A. Davis( second from right. Local Braswell. with name and address of

provide funds from Federal and other obtain matching funds is presented, and person and name of producton

sources on a matching basis. Under this when the time comes it should be taken bottom of jar Use standard

plan the State and the community will advantage of. If these funds aren't usedon ONLY size:'; quarts pints! or half pints

share the cost on a 50.50 basis. But only projects in Bradford County our
half of the community's part will have to share will go to some other more farsighted 13. Judging will take place

be paid in cashthe rest can be con- and aggressive counties. Tuesday 1:30: and afternoon 5 p.m. NO between ONE

tributed by "in kind" services, such as A' ter},, t 17 ALLOWED IN BUILDING:
volunteer labor and other items con Let it not be said that Bradford's loss < r, AF WHILE JUDGING: IS GOING:

tributed locally. The community, was some other county's gain. t ON.

Please feel free to call my
::1 office ((964-6554)) if you have

oRroq BKADFORt C t R.T'/ any questions or problems.We .

tE t/A t also encourage you to help
your children enter items in
y Ac the. Youth, Division. We do
N MM/tr Qrtigrap1! want to show off our talents

Otv 0 y and skills to all the visitors to
tarn the Bradford County Fair.
'9T/0N BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER


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. 1 c_" ".c"'c,, Cq ..r".tlla'lBROOKER' IN BRIEF byJeam.eU.I-re.cott --- ... ... HAMPTON ClassifiedCLASSIFIED


which was approved. Mrs. Fussell's house at 7:30: Emery; song leader, Tony Mrs. Betty Nipper hosted a

p.m. The club welcomed Miss Ray Stalnaker; pianists, birthday party last Saturday LOSE WEIGHT: Safely & fAst
Refreshments were servedby Kathy Brown, extension home Robin Welch and Tommy honoring her daughter, AREA AD RATES with X-11 Diet Plan $ .oo.
Jean Parrish, chairman. agent from Starke, and James Andrews. All services had Sheri's, seventh birthday, REDUCE' Excess Fluids with
Balcom, neighbor 4-H leader. special music provided by the which was Sunday, March 17. Deadline for insertionTuesday X-Pel $3.00. Money Back
SCHOOL ITEMS They discussed items to be Youth Choir and young Punch and cake were servedto Noon preceding Guarantee. Koch Drug. 1/3-
shown in the Bradford County people.The 15 guests. NEWSBy Thursday before publication. 4/11 IStchg
The Kindergarten Class is Fair, and Miss Brown showed following held Sunday Minimum Charge'2.00
excited about having a new T-shirts and patches that School teaching positions: Mrs. Richard Andrews and (Covers IS Words) WE NOW HAVE diamond
Joaq.dn
fenced-in play area. The could be ordered to make 4-H Brenda Hays, Theresa Jones, Tracy of Lake Butler visited By Each word over 15 needles for make or model
students in Mrs. Patray's and Uniforms to wear to the Fair. Darlene Mott, Debbie Green her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 10 cents stereo player.any Dahmer's
Key to New River Baptist Mrs. Potsko's classes pitchedin After the president closed the Wanda Green, Mike Emery, H. Mott, last Saturday af- Hampton will have the Discount House. tfchg.
Church is presented by Rev. and helped move the two meeting, a recreation game Sandy Douglas, Terry Mott, ternoon. annual Easter Egg Hunt at the All Classified Ads must be

James Countryman to classrooms Friday afternoon.A was played. Donald Hamilton, Broderick new Hampton Grade School. paid for in advance unless you ------------
Michael Emery, Youth Officers are as follows: Chouis, Peter Henry, and Friends and neighbors Look in next week's paper for have an established account
Council president, during the Planning Day for teachersis President, Tamara Johns; Debbie Hayes. welcome Mrs. Eva Harrell the time and date. with the Telegraph. In that
opening of Youth Week ob scheduled for Friday, April Vice President David The young people did an back to Brooker. event 50 cents extra chargefor BILL THE ELECTRICIAN AND
servance. 15,and there will be no classesfor Fussell; Secretary, Beth excellent job filling their FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS billing. Not responsible for SUBCONTRACTOR: All
students. The following Hamilton; Treasurer, Carl various duties which con- BIRTHSMr. errors when given over the types of small home
ELEMENTARY week, April 8-12, will be Johns; Song Leader, Sharon tributed to the success of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. phone or when copy is not remodeling and repairs. Fast
SCHOOL NEWS Spring Vacation. Fussell; Recreation Chair- Youth Week. After services and Mrs. Bobby Stone Copeland of ''Valdosta, Ga. typed and brought to the of- service. If Its in the home we
man, Mark Crews; Social Sunday evening a surprise announce the birth of a were house guests of Mr. and fice. do it. Ph. 964-8087. 4tp 3/28
The School Advisory Fair tickets will be on sale Chairman, Gary Davis; News fellowship was given to the daughter, Audrey Wynell, on Mrs. Lynn Hall last week.
Committee met Tuesday, at the school Friday, March ------------
Reporter, Diana Davis; young people for a job well March 19 in Shands Teaching
March 12, and the following 29. Students can purchase five Sergeant at Arms, Willie done. Hospital, Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
items were discussed: school tickets for $1 for rides at the Hamilton. and Mrs. Allen Green of entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. PIANO TUNING: Call Yon PIano
budget for next year, school Fair. DEDAN BAPTIST Wildwood are the parents ofa A. Lawson of Starke, Mr. and t MISCEWNEOUS) Service Lake City. Expert
survey, report cards, and NEW RIVER BAPTIST baby daughter, TammyAnn Mrs.Raleigh Brannen of Lake tuner technician. Ph. 7550874tfchg. -
community education. The Mrs. Jackson's class is very Training Union of Dedan born March 13 in Orlando Bedford, and Mr. and Mrs. .
will be held -- ---------
next meeting pleased to have Mrs. Bobbie The New River Baptist Baptist Church has been Memorial Hospital. Paternal Bennie Lanaiere of
Tuesday, April 2. Whitehead of Lake Butler Church officially began Youth changed from 6 to 7 p.m. grandparents are Mr. and Jacksonville, with a Friday SAWS SHARPENEDC FAT? OVERWEIGHT? Try the
interning for them. Week during the Wednesday Sunday. The first Sunday Mrs. Lee Roy Green of night supper.Beverly guaranteed. Call 964-7509 or Diadax plan Reduce excess
PTA MEETINGThe : Prayer Service. Rev. James dinner on the grounds has Brooker. leave at Jackson Building fluid with Fluidex no
The recreation program is Countryman presented the been changed for April to Pat and Peggy Supply, Starke or Keystone prescription at Mitchell's
teachers presented the well under way with Softball church key to Michael Emery, Easter Sunday, with an Smokey Says: Crawford spend the weekend Heights. Tfchg. Drugs. 1lp
program at the PTA meeting being the main sport. Par- Youth Council president; and Easter egg hunt after dinner. with their grandparents, Mr. ------------
March 19, explaining has been down Hall. FROM wall to wall no soil
Tuesday ticipation those in charge of Prayer Everyone is invited to attend. and Mrs. Lynn WILL DO BABYSITTING In
the reading and math compared to the football Meeting were: Angie Andrews at all, on carpets cleaned my
curriculum and displayingnew recreation program earlier pianist; Broderick PERSONALS Mrs. Mary Jones has with Blue Lustre. Rent elec- home. Prefer babies 2 mo. to
materials used in the this year. Interested studentsare Chavis, song leader; and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jacksonof returned to her home In tric shampooer $1. Devrlck 12 mo., Mon. thru Fri. 964-
program, many of which were asked to check with Mr. Peter Henry, pastor. Lake City visited their Jacksonville. She has been Inc., 301 E. Call St., 964- 7286. Itp
purchased by the PTA. A Ezzell concerning the The youth also had parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. visiting her sister, Mrs. Ruth 6163. ------------

status report was given program. Brooker will againbe visitation prayer on Thursday Mott, Sunday afternoon. Dennison, and also stayed ... .......... .... .....
. .. .. .
concerning items that have host to Hampton in a evening, and a bowling party with Ruth during her v.. ... ... ... LEGALSNOTICE ... ... ...
been received and those that recreational Softball game at was held Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce operation.Mr. :
have been ordered. It was the end of the program in followed by fellowships. On and Audrey, Mr. and Mrs.
voted to sell the spare air May. Saturday a film entitled Lee Roy. and Aileen Green and Mrs. Buck Den- OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
conditioner and Rick Ezzell "Born to Witness" was shownat visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. nison entertained as Sunday SHERIFF'S SALE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
requested the purchase of 4-11 NEWSOn the church. Taylor in Palatka on Sunday. guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
trophies, ribbons, and certificates Those taking part in Sunday While there they celebratedMr. Jackson of Wildwood, Mr. and Notice Is hereby given that I I. FORD COUNTY. IN PROBATEFILE
for the recreation and Tuesday, March 19, the services were: pastors, Lee Green's birthday. Mrs.Ninam Hundley, and Mr. Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of NO. 12183. CASE NO. 74-
physical education program New River 4-11 Club met at Johnny Welch and Dwight' Don't burn on dry, windy days t and Mrs. Williams and their Bradford County, Florida, under 80.
two children, all of and by virtue of Writ of
Jacksonville. Execution, to-wit: In Re: Estate of SIMON SACKS,
Deceased.
Tony McGee left Mondayfor Execution issued out of County
Dallas, Texas for a visit Court of Bradford County, NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
with his family. He plans to Florida pursuant to a Final
EverY iyLowPrice EveryDayLowPr.ee] FOOD return in a couple of months.BIRTHDAYS Judgement for Jimmy Moore's ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
Sun Sports of Starke, Florida, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
and against Charles Cook, DEMANDS AGAINST SAID
CENTER CUT defendant, in the amount of ESTATE.
Pantry REGULAR GRIND A real surprise party was $269.69 together with costs of
OR ELECTRIC FAIR held for Mrs. Ruth Dennisonand collection. You and each of you, are
SIRLOINSTEAKS Pride PERKCOFFEE
Mrs. Frances Wadsworthlast hereby notified and required to
Saturday. They had open Have seized and have in my present any claims and demands
house between 4:30 and 6:30: possession the following which you or either of you may
SUPERMARKETS p.m. There was a beautiful described personal property town have against the estate of SIMON
; ;
cake with both their names on : SACKS, deceased, to the Judgeof
it. About 40 guests attendedthe the said Court Bradford County
320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. celebration. All the guests One 1973 Stumpnocker Boat- Court House, Bradford County

[r 1.rC.r, .. 1 CArI enjoyed refreshments and Serial No. GSF10015173.One Florida within four ((4)) months
9 "n [ONL.1.1Y cece TH.U wished both ladies a very 1969 Johnson Motor 20
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LB .e ".xY. 1 fl4 CCAKTITt' from the date of the first
$15 79 C. : aRrC happy birthday. H. P. Serial No. J2704952. publication of this notice.

tm8, I .HI Ut pltlitt /It Kttft One 1972 Road Runner Trailer Each claim or demand must be
BAG L i1iI U.S.D./L/ FOOD STAMPCOUPONS Mrs. Peggy Rhoden gave a Serial No. 30334. in writing and must state the placeof
dinner for her
birthday .
/ residence and post office address
husband,Walter, on March 24. As the property of the above of the claimant and must be
BONELESS FULL CUT Happy 32nd birthday, Walt! named defendant and that on sworn to by the claimant his
SLICED 1/4 SMOKED IlERm Monday, the 1st day of April, agent, or his attorney or it will
(Im" I //J'RICfI. Roosevelt Carroll 1974, at twelve o'dock Noon on become void according to law.
ROUNDSTEAKS IIMIAIrr! PORK LOIN celebrated his birthday with a said day on the premises of the Each creditor shall deliver .su'!
; PORK STYLE family dinner on March 24. Bradford County Jail, I will offer ficient copies of his claim to enable
S for sale and sell to the highest the Court to mail one to each
Little Erick Nugent was 'bidder for cash in hand the personal representative.
1 CHOPS : SHOULDERPICNIC three years old March 18. He above described property of said Dated March 18. A. D. 1974.
is the son of Mr.and Mrs.P.C. defendant to satisfy the

.;1{ 2TO i Nugent. aforesaid Execution. NESTOR KARNOUPAKIS
Ancillary Administrator of the
$149 3 LB r 1'1''''' 89 6TO aces 63c: Wendi! Lloyd was 11 years Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Estate of'SIMON' SACKS. Dec.

PKGS ugfldf'' LB old March 21. Bradford County Florida 2t 3/28

3/7 4t 3128NOTICE

If you have birthdays, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

; 'i LEAN MCATV FYNB TASTE Pantry Prid* wedding anniversaries or any FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
news items, you can leave CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FRESH PORK
SLICEDBACON ALL MEAT them at the Hampton General OF INTENTION TO BRADFORD COUNTY. CIVIL
j :
'ihi BUTTSFLORIDA FRANKS4l Store or send them to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ACTION.IN .
Josephine Fontaine, Box 160,
i Hampton, Fla.SCHOOL. Pursuant to Section 866.09 RE: The marriage of
Florida Statutes, notice is CHARLES GRESHAM, JR..
r t ties
NEWS hereby given that the undersigned Husband/Petitioner, and MARY
JOHN CURLES, LOU GRESHAM ,
GREEN GIANTCORN GRADE 'A' Rick Ezzell, Physical doing business under the firm Wife/Respondent.
I
i TETLEY name of STARKE CYCLE
Education instructor, reports
FRESH that the gymnastic unit is in CENTER 207 North Temple NOTICE OF SUIT
its last week. Headstands and Ave., Starke, Bradford County
Florida 32091 intends to To MARY LOU GRESHAM
the :
headsprings are among
TEA BAGS register said fictitious name 1207 Carr Avenue
17oz-CREAMSTYLEor 1 most interesting stunts being
FRYERS attempted by the students. under the provisions of the Savannah, Georgia
GOLDEN WHOLE KERNEL aforesaid Statute.
1I
Third, fourth fifth and sixth
rrtlrllrllrfllrf DATED this 28th day of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
grades will be evaluated as to
j Illrrl/ra/ their progress at the end of the March, A. D. 1974 at Starke, an action for dissolution of
WHOLE
C week. Registration was held Bradford County Florida. marriage has been filed against
YOUR i 2 PER 39 I 100 ct. 8 8 C last week for the P. E. JOHN CURLES you in the above styled Court

CHOICE BAG Shuffleboard Doubles sole owner and you are required to serve a
3/28 4/18
Tournament; it will be a 4tp copy of your written defenses if
single elimination with the any, to it on S. L. SCRUGGS,
EvcryDayLowPrkcSWIIT BonusBuy Every DayLowPrkc winners in each class period POST OFFICE DRAWER "C",
receiving a prize. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
a MIUOWColder. FANCY NEWYELLOW CUM CdVO >* NOTICE OF 32602, and file the original with

Ripe STRAW- WESTERN In the recreation area: APPLICATIONFOR the Clerk of the above styled

Softball is in full swing with TAX DEED Court, on or before the 9th day
: participation at an all time Sec.194.16, F.S. of April, A. D, 1974; otherwise,
high. Many girls not playing a judgment may be entered
45 Softball, although some do, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN against you for the relief
enjoy spending their time that THE COUNTY OF requested in the Petition.
practicing tumbling on the BRADFORD, the holder of the WITNESS my hand and seal
I 100% PURE FLORIDA mats, shuffleboard, four following certificates has filed of said Court on the 5th day of
Pantry Pride j PUNCH square, hopscotch and jump said certificates for a tax deed to March, A. D. 1974.
roping. In Softball league be Issued thereon. The cer-
ORANGEJUICE action with one game tificate numbers and years of Gilbert S. Brown
JUICE j LAUNDRY i remaining, these are the issuance the description of the Clerk of the Circuit Court

standings: Scott Davis,3-0; property, end the names in By: Beulah M. Moody
UNSWEETENED paORANGE Yulie Kirchaine, 2-1; Charles which it was assessed are as Deputy Clerk
GRAPEFRUIT, BLENDED ft ORANGE jDETERGENTiC Crawford, 1-2; Robert follows: 3/14 4t 4/4
JUICC Certificate No. 26 Year
Yeager, 03.School ; of

trrlrlArlffrlrt/! i FROZEN460z personnel teaching Issuance, 1968.Description of. Property:.Beg. how Q. Are much there you can any deduct limits 'on as

39 i 84ozi trrlrldr)99'1 60z 6 $1 areas has been increased with at NW Cor. of N 130: of Lot 35, a charitable contribution
1 Miss Deborah Dey coming in Lawtey E. of RR, East of Rd.
1 BOX CANS "-" from Keystone Heights to 225, S. W, to FOB E. 60/, S. A. Yes, In general, contributions

-- a teach the sixth grade class. 50', W. BO1, N. 50', to POB. to most charities, such
Every Mrs. Earselene Zimmermanis Name in which assented Mid a* churches, educational or-
1 4OIOFF: 1 _EvcryDayLowPrkc_ EveryDayLowPrta ..EveryDayLowPrkcK now assisting with the State Homes, Inc. ganiittion*, hospital, etc.,
HUNGRY ri TANYA PET Frozen special reading program.Mrs. AH of said property being in may be deducted up to 60
KING SIZCBREAD
the County of Bradford, State of
j CREAMPIES Ann Clayton of Hampton percent of your adjusted gross
FREEZE DRIED (M4TAM7 UASMC*
1 SUMTAM PMOBHJCTS Florida.
Lake is also working in the Income. However contribu-
1 BRIM COFFEE POTATOES Hampton School. Unless such certificate or tions to certain private non-
1 .01 JAMWITH 1 ASSO T VAHIITIIS certificates shall be redeemed operating foundation., vet-
Mrs. Carol Shield's fifth according to law the
property
I THIS rem COUPON*O a)ttOOO TOII[ONkV,THHUilftllT ATPAMTHV I YOUR 3/891 3lOFF grade class voted last week to described In such certificate or rant societies organization, fraternal
and
..... cemetery organizations
3.'a I I COU'OM CHOICE
Mr. and Mrs. Colsie
adopt certificates will be sold to the are limited to 20
-- Rigdon as "grandparents." ,highest bidder at the courthouse cent of adjusted income.per.
gross
Since some of the students do door on Monday in Monthof The
organization itaelf
not have the pleasure of April, 1974, which is the 8th tell can
I which
of
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j I fwryDtrLowPTk STUAWtlSirDESSERT SHOP FOR YOURCOMPLETE IX I f WE CARRY knowing'their actual grand-. day of April, 1974. categories it fall Into. two
I I I / E parents, they will enjoy the Dated this 5th day of March, There
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I Instant Tea !j II i rem------F-O-L-G-E-R-S--1 COFFEE I LINE OF3SSB :::aPOF I experience of their adopted"grandparents" 1974. limitations are alao certain
3ot JAN a B CUPS (.. visiting them on contribution
1 I AS1'IR of
wN.COYroa OOOO ONLV*TJINTHV ,b.IWCOOOOOON4..,., .. AT ? occasionally By Gilbert S. Clerk property, such as stock.
Brown
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FOR SALE: Epiphone Guitars FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame INSURANCEAT 0006000000000000000000000000000000000000
MISCEllANEOUSMOBILE made in Japan by Gibson MILLER-Brown
I at Dahmers Discount. now HOUSES house on 2 acres land REDUCED RATES
tfchg. 17000. 5 acres land for FILL DIRTHauled
-- FOR SALE 7500. Ph. 9648696. 1tp AUTO FIRE. BOAT
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DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE
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HOME MOVING. Alsomobile FOR SALE: Nine 11-foot church AGENCY ---
home hurricane anchoring pews, excellent condition. $60 FOR SALE: Mobile home 12 x TCHG nil; Din;

and mobile home roof each. Ph. 468-1666. 4tchg 80 Acres 22 A. planted pines 52, 2 BR, separate kitchen, VolkswagenNEW WHEN & WHERE YOU WANT IT.
coating. Olin's MOBILE Home 3/2R 1/2 ml road central air. Excellent con
Service. 964-5606 Rt frontage $1,100 dition. Ph. Adult Mobile
100 W. acre. 964-7767 or 533- ft USED Call 4681873STEPHEN
Starke, Fla. tfchg ------------ 2585 G. W. Brewer. Itp
SALES SERVICEIMI Home ParkIN
------------

HORSE SHOEING is rny"business FOR 964-7679.SALE: Pensacola 1tchg. Hay. Ph. 2 furnished BR frame house completely$8,000 FOR SALE' Zoned mobile home NORTH OF THE MALL CITY LIMITS $30 A MONTH SMITHSTAR

not my hobby. 15 acre homesites one-half mile GAINESVILLE TF ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA.
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years experience. Corrective --------- 2 BR frame house, fenced lot, south of Starke on W. 301. WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD

trimmimg and shoeing, FOR SALE: Fender amplifier, carport and outbuilding $9,600 Inquire at blue trailer. Itp GROCERY AND NEW ?Q o OB fl 9 o a o t aa a a c a a o o o p Q o o o 1 0 o p o
prompt service. Buck Myer. electric Epiphone guitar made ------------ SHOPPING CENTER
4813104.4tp 4/4 by Gibson in USA $500. Ph. .Large 2 BR 1 Bath CB $25,500 Long ChampHome NO PETS TF
------------ 364-8494. Itp Filing Cabinents; office fur- JO-LU COURT

2 BR Mobile Home on 100 200 niture; index file drawers. and
FOR SALE: ; ;; linoleum canal lot .Santa Fe $13,500 x Bradford County Telegraph. TF [ Building MaterialsWE U.S. 301 SOUTH Mary Carter Paints

r FOR RENT I $3.50, 9 by 12 $5.98, 12 by 12 PHONE 964-881O
: $1195 and 12 by 15 $14.94 A. J. THOMAS REALTOR BUILD
up. DAHMERS DISCOUNT. 205 N Temple Ave. Two new homes in Brooker
tfchg 9646162LILLIAN 1 acre near Lake Butler YOUR PLANS OR OURS Coleman's Mortgage Burning :
20 Lake Butler
C. PEARSON acres.
--
YOUR
LOT
RENT -------- OR OURS'
FOR : Unfurnished
house LOTS Associate Waterfront on Lake Butler WELL DRILLINGA
-Zoned for
$100 per month. Ph. 964- and mobile homes 7823806 70 acres. Lake Butler FREE ESTIMATES 1
8404. houses. Several sub- 170 Providence LOCAL MAN 1I 1
ltchg------- acres,
-- divisions to choose from.Only REMODELING REPAIRS i
SALE
$95 down. Monthly payments Several low priced homes ADDITIONS FROM STARKE I

FOR RENT 12' to suit your budget. Ph. 468- SACKETT REALTY ELLIS COLEMAN
wide
mobile 1551
or 964-8331. ftchg. HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
homes outside city limits. J. 205 N. Temple Ave. KNOWS HIS BUSINESS

B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no ------. 964-6522 TRADED 1974 :
answer call 964-8775 ------ ACREAGE FOR SALE For Free EstimatesCall
tfchg 10 Acres
Just Out of City, Good
FOR SALE: One burner oil stove Land. BRASINGTONCADII.LACOI.DSMOHI 964-6853 481-2892 Cash Discounts i
$13.50, two burner $18.95, 3 !
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 HWY 3O1 S STARKE TF
apt. burner i
$25 50. DAHMERS : LB
3 BR CB Const., 2 Full Baths Hawthorne
rooms and bath. Private (No Checks)
DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 Fireplace Fam. Rm., Close To SALES&SKUVICEFine
entrance and drive. No ------------ All Conveniences. selection of Used Cars
children or pets. Ph. 9648021. Taken On Cadillac Trades

Itp FOR SALE: 22 snub revolver 70 Acres, 10 With Pines,20 With 2001 N.W.l3lh 378-5:101: CARS CARS CARS 2-5 Gal. 10%
------------ $19 95, 25
automatic $39.95,
Pecan
Trees, 40 Cleared.
FOR RENT 2 38 revolver from $49.95, 357 GAINESVILLE DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION
trailer
: large
spaces
$40 per mo. Lawtey Ave. nine magnum revolvers $11.95, 2 BR Frame,Approx.2 Mi. From r. PLUS 30 DAY WARRANTY 6 to 10 Gal. 15%

Kingsley Lake not on lake. $129.95.MMM DAHMERS automatic City. Good Terms. S SAVE s-i ON MOST CARS
Be at premises Sat and Sun. 2
BR., 2 bath trailer $200 per DISCOUNT. 10tchg 5/30 10 Acres Cleared with 2 Rows OWNED ft OPERATEDBY
------------ FRED 11 Gal 20 %
mo.1t Planted Pecan Trees DAVIS A STARKE MAN up
------------ FOR SALE: Emerson Air Cond. GMC TRUCKS
24,000 B.T.U. 2 BR Frame Lg. Home and Nice
used 3 BUICK
months, -
PONTIAC"A
FOR RENT: 5 room upstairs 30-30 rifle revelations. Ph. Lot. LITTLE Marchant Auto Sales 102 E. Brownlee St.
apartment, adults only. Ph. RIDE CAN
7823971.
966352. Itchg. -----Itp.------- 2 BR CB Const., Built Recently. SAVE YOU A LOT" TF GAINESVILLE Starke
------- GREEN COVE 9647025Bill's
----- SPRINGS ..
1636 S E 3RD AVE .
FOR SALE Like
: new trampoline
FOR RENT: 1 BR apt., ground excellend CALL US WE HAVE MORE 1"1"
cond. $60. Call MARCHANT WILL
floor, couple only with recom- JIMMY MOORE'S
Drew or Adrianne Barry. Ph. 7.25 pd
TREAT YOU RIGHTRobert's
mendations. Reasonable rent. 964-5149 after 6pm. lip Sun SportsMORE
Ph. 964-7983. lip .
--- -------- C. B. Radio
---------- -- GEORGE ROBERTS BOAT FOR
FOR SALE: AKC boxer pups. 1 YOUR MONEY TF
REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT: NEW ADULT female 1 321 Temple Ave
male 9 weeks old.
PARK, Quiet, nice people, no 9645801. 1 STARKE PH 964-5791 Plumbing Service ;
outside pets. No children ltp------ 986 N. Temple Ave., Starke 3E4-B34G
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under 16. BRADFORD PARK, Ph.964-7826 COMPLETE OUTBOARD & Starke Fla
1757 N. Temple 964-5988. FOR SALE: Large lot in Starke Wayne Douglas AssociatePh. 'STERN DRIVE SERVICE REMODELING
8tchg 4/25 Country Club. Call A. Proto, .964-6593 AND REPAIR All Types Of Electronic Equipment
475-2290 after 6 p.m. lip NEW ADDITIONS
COMPLETE
FIBERGLASS
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REPAIR EXPERT INSTALLATION
FOR RENT: Vacancy Bradford YARD SALE: Sat. and Sun. ST. ROAD 13 CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING NEW I INSTALLATIONS
Village Apt. For info call Clothes, size 5 through 14. BOATS

Strout Realty, Inc., Reg. Miscellaneous items. Some MOBILE HOME SALES 24 HR

Broker. 2117 N. Temple Ave. antiques. 4 1/2 mi. South of VM, ot lot for tn* mobll SERVICE Bill Now Sells Hunting & 'Fish'c d L -,' "
Ph. 964-6609. tfchg. Starke on 301, F and L Fruit horn BUYER. W* have the ;;
Stand. Ph. 9646952. lip niwtr. W. h.v> 10 aces of Cash & Carry Tires FREE ESTIMATES & All Management Perrr.' new and used mobll homtt.No 1.
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- overhead All mobile hornet E. CALL Call 782-3563 Fla.
Home
direct from factory. No Lawtey of the Magnetic' S j-
... FOR SALE: Jersey cow will calf overhead meant 1,000 savings TIRESFRONT ,
Call 782-3376 after 24 Hour Service
in
AUTOMOBILES August. to you the cueom.r.THIS 112 I I
6 p.m. lip MONTH'S SPECIALS ; END

USED --- ------- .. .. ... &
11 Wide.IBM. .U.4M
.... .....d. FOR SALE: AKC Reg. poodles 2 Alltlte.BR, w-WMhor.JBR ...*.... .. ..15,195 I SERVICE OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.

9 weeks old, 1 male $65, 1 dryor ..... .. .. ........tl.lts
female $60. Wormed, 964-58OO 100 W, PH. 964.5406LARGE
FOR SALE: 1972 Rally Nova .... I Assembly Applicants NeededAt
standard transmission, radio declawed and tails clipped. Savt Uted on 2 5R.1a this Wide .11,695 QUALITY TIRES 8e .:: if." :.

heater. $1400. Call 9648293. Call 9647224. lip O-FIK. nil .tt| s 1(
1tp ------------ 11.4, S BR "Wall to SERVICE FOR LESS SELECTION OF PRE OWNED ft General ElectricImmediate
Wall Carpet".. ........I4,7f5 L
------ -- -- FOR SALE: AKC Miniature Oblo. wide, all TFN REPOSSESSED HOMES IN GOOD

Schnauzer, show quality lac.. ,"furnlWitd".sills .64__ .. CONDITION AT A REASONABLE PRICE
$150. AKC Chinese Pug Dblo. wide with "central
". TFYOUNG' openings for light assembly
01. ",69' production
$125. Ph. 964-
t WANTED ] show quality 10 Rapos. -Aisumt Mo. Pymts operators on night shift ((2nd and 3rd).
7929. ltchg------- Ride our Elic.' Cart-Over 30 PumpsNew
Acres of Oaks Plnat. Bring
Your Fishing Pole,the Cats are -High dexterity and aptitude for assembly work are all
TV Color picture tubes only Biting. And UsedSALES > CO. the requirements necessary.No .
?
WANTED: Paper hanger, exper. $79 plus labor Uahmers Open 9 a.m. til Dark
required. Must have past Discount. tfchg. training or particular
days a week experience educational
references of work. Willing to PARTS p. Vacuum Cleaners background required.
work 40 hr. week. PNONEJACKSONYILLE SERVICE "IE. '
WATSON'SHOUSE 16..176Sor 1'197 &>

must be wIllIng to be painters Also VACUUMS N 14 Ut of- Si, Ed' 13 DEEP a SHALLOW WELLS \ andShampooers -Apply between the hours of 8 a. m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday

helper. Start at $3 hr.after six Many brands of new vacuums e Plumbing Supplies 117 N. WALNUT ST. 964-8787 through Friday at the plant located on Highway 441 12 miles
weeks $3.25 hr. Call Mr. $39.00 up. ,Used machines 1 cc" -oG'arn north of Gainesville.
Baxter at 964-5236 530-11 .M STARKE. FLA.
: from 10. Expert Repairs all f" EXPERT SERVICEON
pm. ItchgWANTED makes. Parts and'Accessoriesfor SEE THE ALL NEW KIRBY NOW ON DISPLAY
or, WE SERVICE ALL MAKES VACUUM CLEANERS
--- -------- all vacuums. Built in ALL MAKES .
central vacuum cleaning KINO THIS AD FOR j' -"
Used furnitur 712 N. 100Off DOWN PAYMENT. PHONE 9647061Durrance
systems. Main, j
refrigerators, washers Dah- Gainesville 3767110. TF FJS II.4 i General ;..)J ElectricAn
I
mer's Discount House tfchg rn
FOR SALE: 24 x 60 Fleetwood Adding machines; typewriters;
PUMP a SUPPLY CO. Or
Mobile home 2 bedroom office supplies. Bradford County Experience Spreader
ROOMMATE WANTED: To family room central air and Telegraph. TF 864-N TEMPLE AVE Equal Opportunity Employer
share 2 BR house on Kingsley heat. All electric, carpet and Tr)
Lake;boat dock etc. Apply in drapes. Ph. 9648023. 4tp
person to Asher-Sullivan 3/28 Your Spreader Trainee NeededFULL
Athletic House 150 West Call Two Months ..
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Real Estate
St. Itchg.

------------ FOR SALE: Registered Angus Broker Free Rent! ----1
EMPLOYMENTFRINGE
Bull J. B. White. TIME

It Hits All Phone 964-6114 or 9648775. Buy-Sell-Trade- Kingsley Builders Inc.
,
Cancer attacks both young tfchg. BRADFORD BENEFITS

and old. The more you Rive to AppraisalsCALL
------------ PARK
the American Cancer Society, & VACATION PAY & HOLIDAYS

the sooner you speed the d.iy ofMctoiy FOR SALE: Rag Angus bulls, REAL BILL ESTATE POWELL MOBILE HOME LOTS ON Custom Line HomesLet
over cancer Ankonian Jingo 2 blood lines, 964-6464 A YEARLY LEASE YOU GROUP INSURANCE

long growthy modern bulls, GET 12 MO. FOR THE

reasonable.12 to 23 Ph.months 964-7316.old 4lp, ASSOCIATES: PRICE OF 10 MO. S3000 Cadillac Uniform Co. Us Bid On Your Job

3/28 MO S3OO.OO YR CITY

t HELP WANTED 1 Ralph 964-6208 Bryan SEWER.WATER ELEC. 441 E. BROWNLEE STARKE FLA Your Plans Or Ours

FOR SALE: 1 Sears 21" reel Adult Park
lawn with
service
mower
type Bob Miner
contract paid up thru April 1, 964-6026 964-5988 Visit Our Models In Beautiful
1974. 100. Used less than 10
HELP WANTED: Part time helpin HWY 301 NORTH STARKE BUILDERSA
hours. 9645476. 3tchg 3/28 3 BEDROOM 2 bath C.
X-Ray. Dept., Bradford B.
County Hospital. tWe will ------------ with Heat and Air Carpet 1757 N. TEMPLE COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Montclair Orange Park Fla.

train. Hours and wages FOR SALE:One horse and black beautiful lot In Starke. 15 x 30 PHONE 964-S27O! 219 E. WASHINGTON ST
negotiable. Call 964-6000. Ext. and white rabbits. Call Harvey front room with fire place. STARKE. FLA.

121 for appointment. Itchg. Starling. Ph. 964-7665. 1tp United FarmAgencyInc Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl Or Call
------------ Nice 3 1 Bath CB In Excellent
------------ BR.
Location 419.800 "THE NO WAX FLOOR" $*
" FOR SALE: Used chicken house REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT $6 VWiWrf
t FOR SALE 1 equipment. Call 4865806.2tp Beautiful Building and mobile 50PE R SO YD 264-2285 964-6464

3/28 home lots inside and outside city PAUL FAULKNER-BROKER Beautifully Sculptured
------------
IRENE .
FAULKNERASSOC.ROB Park
r HI LOW NYLON Orange Starke, Fla.

4 BR 2 bath CH and Air ERT FAULKN ER-ASSOC. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS M Qf
FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia J lOST AND fOUND LOUISE MCRAE-ASSOC. FHA SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $We9 f
seed;! roc lb.. Argentine Bahia 23O5 N. TEMPLE AVE. INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO VD '
hay 1.50 bale at barn, 50 CHECK WITH US STARKE FLA. 964-5O69! Shag At Night Call
In limits Starke J. WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU
acres city WANT TO SELL
OR BUY
THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK t
M. Edwards. Box 628. Starke FOUND: Small black dog .near WANT REAL ESTATE? tOO% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY "F* Bill Powell 1 96'! S810
,Fla. Ph. 9646379. 4tp 3/28 Kingsley Lake no tags Call LET US HELP YOU I
CALL
US FOR BEST PRICES COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY *
533-2237 Itp BUY.SELL.TRADE! | 95 IIMarch e lletI
PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHO f INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD .
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LAWTEY Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosierare Ill19 42
the proud parents of a by Noreen Ash, to be every
ACTIVITIES Butler CorrespondentPhone
cnuncn Lake
daughter Glenda businessman'sbusiness '
TERRY Michelle born Thursday. A 490-3203
BY ELIZABETH
Church of God Sunday
March 21, in St. Vincent's ?
School 10 a.m. Worship Mirkey of
Mrs. Marguerite
Services llam. and 7pm. Mrs Knight's classrooms questions about( the school or Hospital, Jacksonville Lake Butler travelled the Mr Jamtl M,Rochf

YPE and Prayer Meeting 7:30: participated in a spelling bee its operation. Maternal grandparents are state with friends from Form.Chapman.i0,5

p.m. Saturday. to determine The the following school PERSONALSMr Mr.Paternal and Mrs.grandparents Dick Starling are Brogen, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Q Bond Omngrtl/ Moron

champion. Keiser. Mr and Mrs.
J. L
Faith Baptist Church students were winners from Truman Mr and Mrs. Cedric Rosier Keiser came t to( Florida to
WPXE their rooms: Marla Norman and Mrs. business with
Radio Program over combine
Evett were dinner guests of Mrs. Doyle Starling carriedher
Sunday Bible Breyce Brantley. Norman toured the
Sam
Starke, pleasure as they
daughter-in-law Mrs. A. J
and
Vicki mother
Worship Services Bright Teena Griffis. their son St
,
School 10 a.m. cities of St Augustine
Tontee and Mrs Reggie Normanof of Greenville, backto
Thigpen
Sutton, Mr.
11 a.m and 7:30: p.m. Nicula, Lori Cloud and Key West in a
Loznicka and Ichtucknee Springs on her home on Friday, after
Doctrine George
School on Bible James search for real estate
from Mrs. Thursday evening. spending two weeks with
Starling
Tuesday 8 p.m. at Pastor'shome Jamie them. Johnstown Baptist Church

Prayer Meeting Knight's room. Elizabeth Terry and teens will attend the Heart of
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Breyce Brantley is the Miss Florida Fellowship Meeting at
School Miss Arthurine Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Testonof
Study. Lawtey Elementary with visited her sister. Miss Enza Starke and Mr. and Mrs. the high school in Macclennyin

Spelling Champion Blanchard, in Macclenny last Randy Hayes of Hampton association( with Emanuel
Grace United :Methodist Tontee James as the first
Friday afternoon gathered at the home of their Baptist Church in Macclenny
(hurch Sunday School 9:45: runnerup. Both studentswill
Worship Services, 11 represent Lawtey in the parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl Further to( last weeks itemon

a.m.a.m. and 7pm. WednesdayMYF County Spelling Bee in April Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford Teston, and family on Wed- Scouts And Cubs the forthcoming bike rodeo(
and family spent the weekend nesday afternoon of last week Raiford being sponsored the Lake
followed by
7:00: p m The vital business I refer to
and is
Show will with their brother-in-law for a cookout honoring Wayneon Butler Woman's Club
at 7:30. The PTA Fashion
choir :
practice be held at the regular meetingon sister, Mr.and Mrs. Bill Wolfe his 19th birthday. Aid CorllfnunityProjects Chairwoman of the Bike Employer and Reserve.Support They of the represent Guard

have been and family of Cape Coral( Rodeo Committee Mrs
l'nilellh.thIHIi: t Women 2. Notes
met at the home of Mrs. sent April home( for parents to indicate Their mother Mrs Hester Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Members of recently Prison to serve Raiford and Braddock, said the choice of a 30% ol our trained military ol

Mamie Lou Edwards of if they would like for Hicks who had spent sometime ( Cowart regret to learn that organized Boy Scout Troop Lake Butler. site for the affair has been personnel an integral part
available
at
the total force a
Starke on Tuesday morning their child to participate. Ifyou with the Wolfes, returned she is a surgical patient Our in and Cub Pack 153 of Raiford Members of the Executive narrowed down to two( choices cost of only 5% of the budget."

with 13 ladies present. ) have questions con- home with them. Riverside Hospital. had a good collection of Committee are: Raymond either the Community Center
Refreshments were served cerning the fashion show prayers and love are with her. clothes and other usable items Massey Superintendent, and lawn near the lake or the I urge you to lend your assistance
Cub Scouts met at the homeof W. M. Ellis, Chief school. to the efforts of the
the meeting. contact Mrs Geneva for Goodwill Industries on Maj. elementary
before please
and Mrs. Bill Anders Synpathy of the communityis both of Committee for Employer Sup-
Mr Turn March Correctional Officer
Devotional was by Mrs Barnes. Scout Good Day. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
given of the Guard and Reserveby
to the of port
Thursday afternoon. They extended ( family Correctional In-
last Union
appreciationfor will be
Minnie Coss 9 They express Kenneth R. Snover
the practiced what do do in case of Foy Clark who( passed away from the stitution Sidney Fortner signing a Statement ol
Tickets for rides at the fine response ; sorry to hear of the Support Pledge Card. Particularly
Highland BaplistChurch Bradford County Fair are on a tornado. last Thursday night community of Raiford in Superintendent; Larry hospitalization of MrsSnover's during Employer Support

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. sale in the school office. of of Pitt- contributing articles to the McAllister t Assistant ( sister in Tampa. The Week Apr,11-6.,
them before Mrs. Johnny Jenkins Dan Waighwright, Superintendent; Maj Milton visit Mrs.Snover's .
Worship Services 11 a.m. Students may buy drive. Snovers will .
their lunch Jacksonville visited her sburgh, Pa., arrived Sunday Other activities include a Hicks and Sgt. John Gaskins in this For Pledge Cards and information
6:30 sister
Choir Practice : p.m. school or during ( Tampa Employer .
O. J. for visit with his simply write
Mr and Mrs. a Prison.
parents. morning of 41 Scouts and their all of Florida State
Evening Service 7.30: Prayer period party Friday Va.
Wain- Arlington
Another Mrs. Truby Support.
information
Anders on Thursday. mother more -
wishing
the Holidayon Anyone
Wednesday 7:30: families attending : I
Meeting Class group pictures were guest of the Anders was their wright. Ice Show in Jacksonvillelast may call Cub- .- "', -.8 Ii.o I 22202. Or contact your, local

p.m. made on Wednesday. When cousin, David Varnes of weekend, and a Blue and master E. D Starling at 431- --- Guard or Reserve unit

about Waldo on Wednesday Chief and Mrs. Barry Watts for 1401', Assistant Cubmaster ( ,c: Week for the
:Northside' Baptist Church the prints come back in Gold Banquet planned Employer Support
Sunday School 10 a.m. three weeks parents will be and son were Saturday March 29 in honor of the Kinsley Smith 431-1302, or "' \ III'I Guard and Reserve, April 16.
of of their I I
Worship Services 11 a.m. and given an opportunity to( buy a Burney Dobbs overnight guests parents and leaders.Appreciation Scoutmaster Bobby Hampton :
Prayer Meeting Jacksonville called on his mother Mrs. Bessie Watts is expressed to : 3.Know. f'
7:30: p.m. picture.The parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie and their brother-in-law and the following businesses and :, 1111I11111 IIIs.
Monday at 7:30.: I I ,. _
Committeewill Dobbs last Saturday. sister Mr. and Mrs. G. C. for donations for I
individuals (
Advisory \ ,
The Law YOUR DIET Gon10 UP 111I
Crescent
of City.
:'\EWSOn Monday, April 1, Stanley Hi-Lo Grocery
I.WTKSCHOOL: meet on of the banquet: SMOKE! BECAUSE You'cE tenuG(
Barfield
at the school. Please contactthe Miss Rusty Their mother, Mrs. Watts O A. Country Store, Poor TO GIVE UP* II"C&?YOUR CHOICE'
Monday the champion committee members if Powder Springs Ga. spent the returned home with them for Boys( Grocery J. D. Griffis I Ifr MOT L'MiTBP' TO eEACHiub, ( FOR EMPLOYER SUPPORT OF
73-
Bill 335 (Chapter -
weekend with her parents an indefinite stay. Louise Senate A fwE&T OR: A *WOKt.A NEA. .U
spellers from Miss Prows' and you have concerns or Grocery Mrs. revised the THE GUARD & RESERVE1'II
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Bar- Raifoid. and 63)) extensively AiNTivg i*TO 17111 "A Dtucou' *
field. Mrs. Truby Wainwright Roberts all of definitions for pesticides to {u" Of HOT TEA THAT i;IVE' >YOU( A
few days last week 1GA Store( Lake Butler; conform with Federal 1 6.EM11E LIFT ANO 15 I loON CM THECALOBlC
spent a
and Dandy Breadof fCACE.
>
Handy Way
Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs with her son and daughterinlaw definitions and revised the
attended the !Mr. and Mrs. Jack Starke standards by which pesticidesare
Mae Wells and Cubs will
301 DRIVE I IN Retired Teachers Luncheon at Wainwright and family of have The a Scouts paper drive next deemed misbranded MELROSE
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the Community Center in Waycross, Ga. Jack came on month and residents of the The formulation display KEYSTONE
Lake Butler last Thursday.Rev. Sunday to( visit with his distribution, storage and
Show Begins At Sundown mother and his brother Dan area are asked to( cooperateby for disposal of pesticides that

.1 and Mrs Cecil Durdenof Wainwright. collection saving their papers endanger man and his en- Business Directory

F'RI.' & SAT. Tampa were weekend Mr and Mrs Richard The Scout( Expo will be heldon vironment or have effecton an

guests of Mr. and Mrs Bob Durban of Atlanta Ga. spent May 4 from 2 to 6 p.m. at unreasonable adverse
Jones of Heilbronn. All of the weekend with their the environment was
the Lake City Fairgrounds
them visited Mr. and Mrs. Les brother-in-law and sister, Mr. strictly limited. The Depart FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE

WHAT WOULD YOU GIVE TO LIVE FOREVER? McClellan Saturday evening. and family.Mrs O Their J. Boyette Saturday and and The public visit the is invited Raiford to Scout come Consumer ment of Services Agriculture by rule and is SUPPLIES GARDEN

booth and watch Paul Hem-
THE TOUCH OF SATAN MAKES ROSEMARY BABY' A\. I'Q Mrs Bryant Reddish evening dinners guests were mer's Pinewood Derby car to determine the pesticidesand of sub-

LOOK LIKE A SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC!" 4A V returned home Thursday their brother-in-law and compete in the district race. the quantities HARDWARE
run pHffisPLUS night after ",;end!," he week sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond The Scouts will be around to stances in pesticides the which Slim's f/ -.;;? vi\\\\\ ie
to en-
with relatives in Macclenny Williams and family of sell tickets soon and are are I injurious AND
vironment and is to be guidedby
their brother
Jacksonville; competing to win a canoe for Fish-'N-Stuff GARDEN CENTER
Mrs. Jack Kuhne, John, and sister-in-law, Mr. and the most tickets. the environmental

Randy and Kelly spent the Mrs. Fay Durban and familyof selling Troop and Pack 153 were protection regulations( in so Live nait 'Icomplete line oflldw I .

weekend with her brotherinlaw Gainesville and brother( and organized last November and doing. Crick..ts-Shlnn..rs-Worms UF.SJ.IISIOmtF.1: : .\I\TS:'

and sister Chief and Mrs sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. now have about 16 Cubs and 10 Authority to enter stop :Minnows Plumbing& .:Ieclrlcal Supp.T.KLE.HOISUEEI.S .

Vernard Hughes and family in Raymond Durban and familyof Scouts enrolled They are orders and similar was enforcement {;ro-Tone Fertilizers

Green Cove Springs Macclenny the EmployeesClub measures In..cUcides
sponsored by extended to pesticide devices. ."ISIII\G:' & IIU\TI\U:' :'
A STORY OF EXORCISM! Several friends of KirsJ'Leen of Union Correctional \SES-\\I\IU\ITIOS:' : : : Lumber lit Building:Materials
Mr and Mrs. Chuck Moore Laffoon gathered at Institution and Florida State lI"y.21 N.21111/ )yds From light
and Bob of Lake City spent the ICE
home of Mrs. Tom Tatum, Keystone heights. .J73.3663
the
.J73--I3J7:
weekend with their parents, Keystone IIlts.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jr. for a birthday celebrationon Adult Ag Classes!
her 29th birthday
Futch of
I\loore.Mrs. Joyce CONTRACTORSBell
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
Blackshear Ga. was a dinner Jr. of Geneva and Vo-Tech
Wilkison, Set At
c; guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les "n"A
McClellan on Monday Stephanie King, Mr and Mrs. Electric Co. Triangle
and Mrs.
Ozzie Wiggins
evening. She was a dinner Eunice Edwards all of Classes for the new ADULT G- EnterpriseIlIc.

NNOCENT CO-ED OR BRIDE OF T HOr" guest Elizaeth of Terry her on sister Thursday.Mr. Miss. Jacksonville, spent Sunday AGRICULTURE COOP- W. Re11.Owner GENERAL CONTRACTORS:
and for
Mr. ERATIVE
with their parents program
.
EASTMAN COLOR/SOUND BY TODD At V BY MO' i < ftEast Ask I.Ict'n"I'd-lnsurt'd
Sr. will at 6 w Commercial
Mrs. B. L. Wilkison veterans begin pm.
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Gault Sr. Monday, April 1, at Bradtord-( UesldenUal Featuring
Mrs. W. E.
Hollingsworthvisited
and The LIndalCedarllome'liii
Wayne
SUN.&MONFLORIDA Union Area Vocational Charley Repairs
PillS their son and daughter-I celebrated her 65th birthday
in-law Mr and Mrs. J. C. Sunday March 24. Technical Center. Electrical Fixtures .J73-H: -I73-3i.

Prevail, Jr. and family and This program is designed to E. Keystone Hgts. 473-3602 St. nd. 21 :N' .

of Hong Kong their grandson and grand- Mrs. Jane Gillespie and be informative and completein PO. (lox", 637
of such as
of Jacksonville spent variety areas
U..... and West of Hell! daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Bobby Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. animal a science, plant science, Johns
and family
n IIii.D in the land of the Gainesville Landrum on Sunday af Donald Wilkison. and farm shop( subjects
(electricity, masonry( car- AUTO SERVICE
N G "BambooGods ternoon. Mrs Edith Swinney of pentry, mechanics, etc.). The About This Question:

-1/4 airon Jacksonville spent the total program will be 44 weeksin
Mrs. Jack Kuhne, John and weekend with her parents length and will meet from 6 KEYSTONE
Men Helen spent Monday and J. F Robertson. "A Milwaukee banker and
Mr.and Mrs. -10 .m. on Monday eveningsand HubberStump
G Tuesday with her brotherinlaw of the Robert p political leader was sued
Other guests from 7 10 p.m. on AUTO SERVICE
1 : A and sister Mr and Mrs. sons Sunday evening for( Tuesday and Wednesday for $200.000 in a libel

Wm. Mobley of Tampa. dinner were Mr. and Mrs. C. evenings. action. The jury awarded
and family, Mr. and will Front End Alignment
A. North farm visitations
Home
cA,1Dffil Misses Fay and Mary Mrs. Julius Beach and Mr of the $275,000. Does this pointup Speed Wheel Balancing
be
a part program.
Rosier and Mrs Jimmy Ray and Mrs. C. K. Cowan, of For further information the need for excess or
1
of Palatka visited Air Conditioning Service /J/1rtll'.
Rosier in-
Jacksonville. please call the Center at 9B4-) umbrella liability
and
their grandparents, Mr.
and
THEATRE IMPRINT OIOR "-:'!' Mrs. Jim Rosier and Mrs. Friends of Manuel Stephens 6150. surance for business" Brake Service1.ubricalionOil
.,. M.I.I is to bea professional people? .
he
1s. 'n..1 Inez Brice, on Sunday afternoon regret to learn that .
surgical patient on Tuesday, in Change JOHNSON AUTO
The nonsmoker a
March 26, in the Naval Air TUNE-UP
smoke-filled room l IS at E.
Lecia and Hospital Charley Tune l'p
Mrs Gloria Station bad off as! If he were actually General RepairingGaKlyear -
daughter of Miami Mr. and puffing on a ciga- Engines Rebuilt
Mrs. Dan Starling and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter rette. A shrewd plan is JOHNS AGENCY Tires MllorIachln.: : .. Shopork
David Wainwright and son, and family of Gainesvillewere
but Transmisslon-
smoking Automatic
to keep on ST
131 SO. WALNUT
THEATREFRI Kris of Gainesville spent the Saturday evening dinner persuade all your Air Conditioning
their of their mother Mrs. 954-5O/O
with
weekend parents guests PHONE
friends to quit. I Blk. E.Off 21 and I Blk Tires Batteries
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Starling Lois Carter. I NOtf 1110 :\11111..rl. 7:3OAM.6P31: :

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