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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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April 6, 1972
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Sitting at the pool side at Miss America. All she wantedto consistent with her own high der her belt and a reworked beauty; pageants." Then unexpectedly -
the Holiday Inn In Starke pretty do was win a scholarshipto Ideals. She also needed that routine Laurie Lea decided ,.she was invited by
t; Laurie Lea Schaefer: admitted continue school at Ohio scholarship and started by winning try: again her sophomore year. Ohio pageant officials to to
Wednesday morning she to University.; the local pageant. She won again at the local a proeellloaalentertainerata-
of the premise that level. At state she made the state pageant. From the working -
If an keep trying, success Sorority sisters encouragedher But Laurie Lea didn't even top 10, but not the top 5. aide she gained a different
you to enter the local Miss place In the top 10 finalists of '
might come way. Still trying, she entered the view of beauty contests.Then .
Just your
:., America pageant, similar to the Ohio State pageant that first local pageant at Ohio University "
When her beauty contest career the Miss Bradford County Pa- year. But she won that needed and finished second run oenerup she received 10 IIIIICheneourqement"
began four years ago geant. Laurie Lea was skeptical scholarship and $239: to stay ; not making It to to enter a-
said the auburn haired, green of beauty; contests but in school for another r5 ar- the state level that year. Miss America step ladder eon-
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County !! .. ., T Commission Bradford Monday agreed County,: the

Passes to Chairman"go ,along George'as

Miss America,Laurie L..Schaefor;,was smiling. and or a clous a* she talked to Roberts put It, with

Telegraph 'reporter.'Wodn.adayIIomlng.. the City of Jackson

"I know all about cameras," .h. said then demonstrated how to use a. .'Polaroid :2, New- ,ville's proposal.;'tor.
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JLjdL I -v wtey Again Center LawsTwo' other Bradford rural counties.and 'six

new laws, the fourth
and fifth since Bradford has An EMC (emergency medical
been operating under home rule, care) program like Jackson
were passed Monday by the ville's would provide a greater
County Commission' chance of survival for criti-

Of Berry Operation Having by far the most direct cally 111 or injured persons
effect on Bradford residents by providing medically trained
Is the new ordinance requiring personnel, an ambulance really
that a building permitbe a small emergency room tat
secured from the Zoning Itself, and direct radio communications -
!'Nobody, knows, we're even In the county," says Lawtey Board before a utility; hook up : with hospitals via

.strawberry grower'' and shipper Morris .Carter, but he and Is provided. This law will be closed circuit TV. In other

partner L. M. (Buddy) ,Norman have been shipping berries enforced the two with utility the firms assistanceof Flori- words Instant patients emergency would treatment receive .

from the old market and making money,at it. da Power It Light and Clay BWL. under direction of a physician
which from the moment the ambulance
Electric Co-Operative,
Shipped at far north as New In Bradford County; but not Carter, however, Is confident will now require a building reached them, giving them a
York and south Miami..Brad- any more any grower will admit the berries. will bounce permit before extending electrical This elegant'looking plastic) dome at the vo-tech center in Starke has been approved much greater chance of being
ford berries are beating competitor now. Growers like L. D. back next week. service.Other a. substantially complete but 153 days late. School board members visited the site Tuesday alive when they reached the
with quality; like always CrUfls north of Lawtey say :The Sequoia Is the" top berry saw where exotic: plants) will be grown in the air-cooled and humified structure, and hospital.Jacksonville's.
says, Carter .wlto has that In 10 years berry grow now Carter says. 1'b8y ain't new ordinance authorizes pondered charging Format Hills Construction Co., Jacksonville the $200. per day late
should have and directs the County : plan, pushing
crown and sold berries In Brad- ing will be a thing of the past. picked like they ; carnages.
ford .Count; for years. Since Grtffls makes his living farmIng but they've been the best berries. Commission to pay$10,000 per7OU' Full damages would amount to $30,600. more than the valueaf: the $25,000 dome. its EMC program into a obtaining re
to the
In a lump sum gion-wide affair.
January, Carter says, Bradford ; his major crop Is straw A meeting Is set next Tuesday at 6 p.m. to discuss the situation. Funds
have averaged berries. "Ninettes are out.They're a Bradford County; Development a federal grant.
$>.51 growers per flat. He and Norman At Lawtey the strawberry thing of the past. They have Authority. Commissioner Ralph would include $112,000 to enlarge
have shipped around IS,000 flats shipping operation Is centered: picked nothing this year."' Bryan dissented, not, he said, and equip the emergency
for a total take of over $60- 'around Buddy Norman's 35 acne But Sequoia berries are because of the amount of money room at Bradford County
Carter's 18 acres, Grtf- termed: "class" fruit by Car- but because the ordinance'' to Hospital and $21,000 for an
000.What' left of the county's 'fls 12, Charley Mosley's 5 ter. a mandate for the county to Berry Queen Beauty ambulance that Includes heart
strawberry operation Is concentrated acres, Seeb Forsyth's 2 acres "We pat them right on top pay the money. Bryan thinks monitoring equipment drugs
this year around Law plus a patch: by Luther Hllllard. of Miami berries and get 75 the choice of whether to pay that can be administered by
tey, hub of the old berry growing cents: more, maybe< a dollar. the $10,000 should be left to trained personnel under direction -
operation. Strawberries There are other small patch.: Some buyers go for price some each county commission. of a doctor.

used to be king of ,agriculture 'es In the county; with mostgrowers go for Clall.Jackaonvt11e." Primary for the measure requiring The hospital and the Stark .
selling berries local- is paying $3 this a building permit priorto Show Set SaturdayNine City Council have also been
ly. But it's doubtful there year Carter said, and he has utility; hook-up is to ensure asked to accept.the proposal
are 150 acres of berries In n't sold a single flat there (See Pogo 10)) presented here last month by
milt gown J igrirr.y the county: this year,says County this year. John Waters, chief of operations -
t; Agent Bobby Taylor., Carter Norman and Carter are operating for the City; of Jackson
agrees that's a top figure. from the old Lawtey ville. Waters said Jacksonville
Unseasonably warm weather strawberry wharf.They brought Minit Mart lovely Bradford County girls will compete Saturday, will have Its proposal readied

started berry picking In January an $8,000 cooler after the Stark*' April 8, for the crown of the 1972 queen of the annual Brad within a few weeks.
Farmer Market burned, destroying
but the, over red Bradford fruit has the one there. Robbed At ford County Fair and Strawberry 'Festival. Chairman Roberts said Monday
brought good prices all spring "They didn't think of the poor the hospital has agreed to
Carter says. The berries con- farmers here and they had a Finals in the 1972 competition a sophomore at BBS Judges are Mrs. Clyde Ash- Join In the program.
tinued to bear through two,freezes -. portable cooler they could have Gun PointAlbert are set at 8 p.m. Satur- Miss Vicky Lynn Turner 18, store past president of the Key The advanced EMC program
and a wet spell a few brought up the first year. day In the arena at the countalrgJ'lUlldI the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heights Junior Woman's, CommIa.1onenRobertI
"We'll back (to the US-301 north R. V. Turner. Vicky Is Club Miss Mary Ann Barton was pushed by
weeks back.: 'They were getting never go Ekenbarger. of Keystone \: on sponsored ; and Ralph Bryan both
FRESHMAN CLASS'DANCE ready to peak this week, Car- Starke market>,* Carter says a clerk at the Jackson of Starke. by Leila's Dress and 1970 'Strawberry Queen; Sheriff of whom heard Chief Waters
out the Starke The title Is presently) held Gift Shop. John WhItehead Lake Butler -
He pointed market
ter says., Min it Market, on Temple A... proposal outlined and saw one
Miss Anne Terwlllegar, Miss Susan Valerie Smith, Larry Dupre building contractor -
arowerulchtcentaper by ;
four Inches of charged
Then nearly in Starke held at "new" ambulances last
was gunpoint of the
rain fell on tie Lawtey area fiat service charge There Negro male and wasadvised daughter of Mr. and Mrs 16, Is the daughter of Mr, and Macclenny\ Bruce Mo-
last Tuesday-Thursday filling .. no service charge at Law.toy's by a the offender to take Clyde Terwlllegar of Starke. Mrs. C; S. Smith, Jr., of Santa sari owner, University; City; month
Friday Nit., Apr. 7 the ripe berries with water, private facility; he said by off and tell him Contestants Fe Lake. She Is sponsoredby Photo Supply, Gainesville. "I can't see 'anything bad
8:30 12i30 Ms clothes are: Gulf Service. Pianist is Mn. David F..,Ca- about It," Bryan stated again
: to : It made them unstable for ship where the safe was Monday''' Miss Teresa Nell Burden, 18, Cunningham's
Starke. pointing) out the
I ping. Is of Mr.and Miss Susie Powell. 17, to nova, (
about 7:25 p.m.Ekenbarger the daughter Entertainment will be receive much free gdpmat
Music By Th. After that rain they're no Mrs William C. Wilson. She the daughter of Mrs. EvelynV. pro-
Cars and
all," Carter says. described\ Negro vided by Miss Carol Hardy and much valuable training in
at Powell and sponsored by
Is Bradford
senior' at High
food ,a
SOUND VIBRATION 6-2 feet tall Miss Bradford the three the federalyovei'isneut
be. paying $3.75 and $4 as about 6 to School Hurst's Shell Service. the reigning years
and to sponsored by
about 200 pounds. Miss Janelle Coleman and the City of
this week If the rain hadn't and weighing Badcock Furniture Associate Miss Terrie Elisabeth Me- ,
But they'll .be back a- A He had a pencil type mustache Hosts of the affair are the Jacksonville pick up the entire
New Armory com." Light and wore white overalls anda Store. Neal 16, Is the daugher of Mr. Junior Womans Club and,. tile tab.. .
galn. Miss Terry Lynn Kite to 16 and Mrs Norman McNeal, Sr. .
Rotting berries were picked done yellow helmet. and her guardians are Mr and Terrie Is sponsored by Bill Starke Jaycees.. "We need something." Bryan
About$1,100 damage was A for the Queen contestants
Admission" off and thrown In the furrow In a ,two car accident which The 'robber walked op to the Mrs. 'Jimmy Bowen. She to Powell Estate. party;wUI-be hosted by the aaIcI.
$1.30 Advonce this week. The rain will delay uninjured counter and asked for a package : sponsored by the Candy Strip Miss Martha Sue Buckley Saturday
all Woman's Club -
left passengers Senior Hwni It wtfrom
$2.99 At peak production another Kool The and to at 17 Is the of Mr. salbored get.u wider
Door week night at 8:45 In Starke of cigarettes. a sophomore daughter at $ At 4 "
and there will be fewer Sunday them and Bra and Is starting pan. all these Mil](? Commissioner -
clerk reached to get Mns. spon
on US-301 Temple Aye.) and Jackson Judges wJU Informally Interview Zeds Hamilton asked
berries than before. p.m.
the Negro grabbed Ekenbarger Miss JanelT DenIM McGee. by : Building' Sup.Tt
"It doesnt look like any of SR-100. with his left hand and showed 19, to the daugher of Mr. and the queen contestants. referring to ambulance Milefrom
Brown of
them Is to pick too well," Charley James There will be no talentnsc.s- DoWm C.. Jones FuperalHome. .
the In the other. Mrs Ovid Norman.She to winner of the pageant
aht gDmmunitgstate( Norman said Monday.. "If we Hampton, owner and driver of gun sponsored Miss Anne sary.for the contest this year. The county also ....-
Mitchell's Drugstore.Miss will be by
a 1962 Chevrolet two door,was The was a blue steel jr Jones Funeral Hdme$18-
Hank hadn't picked some before the
Donna Susan Prevatt Terwlllegar, 1g71.StrswberryaMa A dinner wUl be held tort
freeze, we'd really be In trou charged with disobeying Patrolman a .25 or .32 calibre. The thief IS, to the daugher of Mr. and ... queen contestants and the 000 per year to provide round-'
light by City In the back
sees,- ......U5pa. ble. fie Eunice. Damage toBrown' told the clerk there to go he told Eken- Mrs J.'T. Pratt Jr.. and to ..r of ceremonies John Judges at 6 p.m. At S pjn. the the-clock: emergency ambu-
"TeU'1CJU what; I mlght'veanted Julius room. From sponsored by Baldwin Chevrolet ; Kopelousos.. attorney in Stark finals of the strawberry queen
.. rD..errs&y.... car was estimated at (ien Peoe )
c-: 35 acres" the wrong (fee Page 10)) and OldsmobQe. Donna to and Orange Park. Judging) will begin
damn. year. $300.

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Anniversaries Showers Birthdays /!"'1""he m){)ta t fA.le.. 'f Y" ) -' he. "e .' .ewtJ" \ .I.. i"' ,'1'rart/es" *: Births Weddings fersona/5".' /. ;',.,' ;,".'," '

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Womans'Club/ Debbie LaNier Birthday Party I Jane Crosby

To .Have ProgramOn Wads Mr. Van DijkIn r-r- For Mary Louise David Burnsed

Fine ArtsThe HollandMrs. WattersonMary Wed March 25

Starke Woman'IClubwtllhave Loyree LaNier announces Watterson cele- Mr. and Mrs Albert Lee Crosby
the marriage of her daughter -
Jr. announce the marriage,
their luncheon-meeting seventh birthday Saturday .-
Debbie Ileen, to Robert brated her
Wednesday, Abr. 12, at 12:15: VanDljk, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. afternoon' when her parents of their daughter, Anita Janet
at the club house under the 1101- and Mrs. Freddie to David Burnsed Jr. son of
VanDljh. of Rotterdam Mr. Burnsed
Fine Arts Department with Mrs. a party for Mr. and Mrs. Sr. of
land. Watterson, gave .
Marrltt Williams, chairman. The wedding was an event of her at their homo on Bayless Macclenny. The wedding took
During Ute program there will March 3 In Rotterdam In the Htghwuy. place Saturday, March 25, InKingston .InsII
be a"home talent fashion show" of the Immediate fa- w The party was held In the Ga.
with members: modeling clothes presence w f7aa' where Easter decorations The bride and groom are

they have made. Art objects mllles.The couple Is residing n were patio used.. The refreshment residing In Gainesville where
will also be on display, and Rotterdam where Mr. VanDljk table was covered with an Easter both are members of the Junior -
door prizes given. Millard Judd Is associated In business with table cloth and centered witha class at the University of
local artist, has donated a cake In the shape Florida.
painting which will be used as his father. Mrs. Burnsed is a '68 graduate -
LaNier attended the wed- of bunny.
Mrs. a
Tickets of BBS and attended TIft
of the prizes. are
one ding and spent several days Games and prizes were enjoyed -
being sold by the members for with the couple.Quarterly. by the 21 youngsters and College for two years.DUPLICATE .
the painting. 1 13 adults Favors of balloons,

Hostesses chairman will be Mrs.Mrs.Hazel Williams caps, Easter egg candy and Groves-Kirkland/ / BRIDGE
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assorted toys for the boys and WINNERSMrs.
Ritch co-chairman Mrs. M. MeetingOf girls were given out. There
A. Baldwin Jr., Mrs. 0. L. Engagement t
Beasley, Mrs. L. A. Canova New River WMU + was also an Easter egg hint Edward Burns and T. A.
Mrs. J. E. hardy Mrs. Char- The Wattersons were assisted Sundem were the winning coupleat
Set For April 13 Mis. John C. Greene Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.
by Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
ley E. Johns, Mrs. M. R. Judd
Groves announce the engagement -
Buford Mitchell Mrs.Jim
Mrs. night where there were four DEMURELY DARING-The
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Mrs. C. Doris
of their daughter,
A. Knight, Mrs. Eugene tang, Miss Helen Masters, missionary Conners, Mrs. Mark Moody, Rebecca, to Steve Kirkland,son tables in play. Mrs. Paul B. long and short of spring's
Robert Hall MI'.. John
Mis. and Mrs. Carroll fashion story are combinedin
Mrs. G. J. McGrlff Sr., Mrs. nurse to Nigeria, will and Mrs. Alvin W. Kirk- Patterson
of Mr.
Strickland, and Mrs. W. C. second and tying this outfit worn by Maid
R. P. McLendon. Mrs. F. W. be the speaker at the BaptistWomen's land, all of Starke. Crowder were :
Paul Pat A
Ward. B. of Cotton Perry.
Missionary Union at for were
Strickland and Mrs. Miss Groves is a 1971 grad- ankle-length dress of
Wilson. Graham Baptist Church on uate of BHS and Is employedat Patterson and William Menden- ecru-colored cotton leno tops
Thursday, April 13, at 10 a.m. 'BachelorettesTo the Bradford County Tele- hall and Mr. and Mrs. John short shorts of cotton duckin
This Is the quarterly meeting graph. Mussollne. the same shade. By Dono-
Mrs. BrowningCelebrates for WMTJ of the New River. Hold Reunion Mr. Kirkland t Is a 1970 grad- van-Galvanl of Dallas.

84th Baptist Association, and a cov- c uate of BHS and Is employedat Miss Marilyn Bollinger Is Turner of Valdosta
ered-dish lunch will follow at Dixie Food Store. Spring break from Brant
On April 15 Wtnn home on will tie homo for
12 Officers for the 1972-' State College
noon. made
Birthday SundayMrs. Wedding plans will be : Samford University.
73 year will be elected at the at a later date.Surprise the weekend.
business mvetlng and also on The Starke "Batchelorettesof 01
Anne Browning celebrated the program will be Miss Caro- the '30s" wtll hold a reunion -
her 84th birthday Sun- lyn Weatharford Florida Baptist on Saturday: April 15, Party
day at a family reunion at the WMU Director. at the Holiday Inn In Starke. ... ,' : -n
hone: of Mr. and Mrs. William Cl Among those planning to attend .- For Mrs. Hall : ff'' : I

Ferguson. y from out of town are: Ruth On Eas ter SundayMrs. ,,12'(1,,( J..J ff'i.. .
Guests Included M/. and M,'.. Stork Shower: Sternberg Scanlan, Lorain, Ohio -==-- ( : '

Clifford Browning, Mr. and For Mrs. SchmittMrs. ; Mignon Sisson LaMorte Hall was ........._ I
Mrs. Robert Hals ten, Mr. and Pelham Manor, N. Y.; Estelle Marguerite -
Mrs. Honey Heine of Mirttnivllle [Kendrlck Buts, (;Goldsboro N., pleasantly surprised at a birthday -
N. J., Mr. and Mrs. La- Diane Kay Thomas Becomes Bride C.1 Hazel Adkins Guy, Boca party given in her honor Mr. and Mr, John E. Adams Bradford County Hospital announces -
Charles! Schmitt was ; afternoon given by her Athens, Ca. a daughter, Amy the following births:
mar Futch, ,,Mrs. Annie Thomas Raton Lena Belle Shepherd Sunday
:: Mr. and Mrs. Irving honored ata stork shower Tuesday Of Mr. Loper In 1st Baptist Church Morris; Port Charlotte; Mina son and daughter-in-law, Mr Marie: born April 2. Paternal
Browning Mr. and Mrs. Gerald night, March 21, given by Manassa Grady, Jacksonville, and Mrs. Robert Hall, at their grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Albert
Hlunko'ishlp' Mr. and the Ladles Willing Worker Bandat Standing baskets of white and Rosalind Jacobs Williams, home on Epperson Street., H. H. Adams, of Starke. Norman, Lawtey a son, Ken-
Mis. Buddy Harris, Mrs. Kcna the Church of God annex.A MIss Diane and Kay Mrs.Thomas J. W., yellow chrysanthemums, gladioli Gainesville; and Annie Mae Mrs. Hull was presented witha neth Paul, March: 31.
of Mr.
Osteen George F. Browning, yellow and green color daughter and Edward and pompoms were used In Pearce Ensor, Jacksonville. white orchid corsage and a Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wig
scheme was carried out In the Thomas of Starke, decorating. The bride's table cake. An Easter egg the James Thomas
and their families. of :Mr. and Friends are invited to drop birthday gins of Starke announce Mr. and Mrs.
An Easter egg i hunt was held party decorations.The refreshment Wilson Loper, son ofTheressa was covered with! white satin by the Inn Saturday afternoon, hunt was given to the children. birth of a son, Lance Dale, Starling, Lawtey. a son, James
table was covered with a Mrs. Henry Lopsr; with lace and con- and Mrs.L .
cloth edged Mr.
children. Attending were Much 24 In the Memorial Alan, April 2.
for the united in marriage at April 15, to visit with the group. on
white linen cloth and centered were tered with a three-tiered wadding L. Libby, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital Jacksonville.
with a yellow and green floral o'clock Friday evening March cake topped with a bride Harold Epps and children,Mrs.
Mrs. Myrtlo Anderson; and arrangement. 28, in the First Baptist Church. And Broom. The,, cake was Linda Sm'th and son Mrs.Margaret Mr. and Mrs. David Wayne Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell
grandson, Eddie Schwab of Games with prizes were en- Rev. W. A, Hogan performed flanked by sliver candle hold Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Coiners: Mr. and Mrs.L. Kirkland Starke. a son, David visited Mrs. Esma Yongue and
Gainesville, spent the weekend Joyed by the guests during the the double-ring ceremony. ers with white tapers. Mrs line were weekend guests of C. Casque\ Itdward Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Dean in
with Mr. and Mrs. Edward party hours. James Plckren of Gainesville,, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drusa liu, rgrandehjldxen,,fiddle.andMirr ( ''in rA1achhu!a.t7inerra1'MiiOIpital{:'! .'" ''Fall-field Sunday. -

Scbwal: \ at Merrltt_Island. Decorating thr.ttar w' retw 'jjpetto R. ;.'; aunt of the bride, and Mrs... Orlando. rj... ie.HaU., 'af-j{ '('rill"Ityl I' .. .. ", n' '" +IrJI'Ji) F...4 "M:1: .
*talA'taflkets tot white.and\ ,.. \ the cake, ; : (
........................................... yellow '.gladioli, chrysanthe. '".:yt: Penn:The Gnann punch served table was also< '

.. mums: pompoms and: fern against :. covered with a white satin doll

Earn Your : a background of arched and centered with a crystal
: candelabra and tree candela- punch bowl encircled: with
bra with, burning tapers and and pompoms. Mrs,
greenery Stores
i.i.High School Diploma i fern trees. punch Larry bowl.Thomas presided at the Dept.

Paul Faulkner, organist and After spending some time with
: GED EXAMINATIONS/ WILL BE JUNE S THRU : Miss Carol Hardy soloist,presented their guests the couple left Ota

:. 9, 1972 ... music.Dennis a program Hall of of Theressa nuptial Florida.The short bride wedding is a trip 1971. graduate to Scull We help bring down the high

: A credit in American History and Civics must b. served as best man and the of BHS and is employed at

.completed to be eligible' to take the GED Examina- i ushers were Plenn Gnann of the Bradford County; Telegraph.Mr. ..
Theressa and Butch Bleasdale Is a 1988 graduateof
:tions.' U of Gainesville. BHS and is employed by cost of decorating home
: Classes in American History, Civics, and Englisharc Mrs. David Burnsed, Jr. attended .- All-Florida Electric in Gaines your

: now in session. Classes are open for registration.! as maid of honor and yule
Misses Janet Adams of Key- SALE DAYS: THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
stone Heights and Paula Pick- Phi
: FOR FUTIIER INFORMATION : ering of Gainesville wore

: PLEASE CALL 964-6151 J bridesmaids.atUred alike The In floor attendantswere length Preferential Tea Special

:.............................?..........-c mint green chiffon sleeves.gowns They over Held SundayBeta
satin with long
wore matching bows In their j 48" Wide 4'44FIBERGLAS
hair and each carried a single Sigma Phi sorority held 63" Long Reg 5.49
ctirysanthemem with yellow its Preferential Tea honoringnew

streamers.The members Sunday afternoon
In Person bride, given in marriageby March 26, at the home of Mrs.C. *
Coming her father, wore a floor W. Slade, between 3 and
length white lace' gown over 4:30 p.m. DRAPERIES
satin peau with empire waist Cresting members and guestsat
Hand weahebls fire safe-'
THIS WEEKEND and long sleeves. Her sweeping the door were Mrs. Slade, no Iron. Available In prints
train of illusion was securedto Mrs Virginia Darby, Mrs. ?7 d and solids. Trademark of ..
a pearlized crown. She car- Philip Clark, and Mrs. H. A. OWENS-CORNING.
Old Time Country Music Springtime Jamboree \ ried a cascade bouquet of white Bishop Jr.Refreshments. 488Special
I chrysanthemums centered witha were served Reg. $5.9948" X 84"

ATTHI cymbldlum orchid. Her only from an attractive table featuring
ornament was a single strand arrangements of fresh
BLUE GRASS SPECIAL of pearls. spring flowers Mrs. Wayne
A reception was held in the Wynn, and Mrs. Harold Davis
church annex where Mrs. poured coffee and tea, and Mrs.
COUNTRY! MUSIC PARK Charles Darby greeted guestsat Gene Cox and Mrs. John Brad- .'

the door and presented themto ley served punch.
the receiving line composed New members attending were 52" wide 229
OTFHISMMflMI LAWlEY' rla QIA of the bride and groom, their Mrs. H. A. Bishop IH, Mrs. 81" Long
parents and the bridal attendants Robert Bowen Mrs.Harry Gru-

n Penan' MI.s Cindy Clem of Or- en, Mrs. Philip Nichols, and J YLON WHITE PANECURTAINS

IUIID 011 eny mom )) ,. lando kept the bride's book. Mrs. John Watson. (i ii I ;anal II, I :


e Jim in. J. M..MTM. Shower Given t Oacron polyester,easy-care ,
ureasaTSMTMBS waaAnl 110\1. For Mrs. Caswell The sorority; held Its reg- L i ) +! ;+ + tl'' I machine washable. "needs'
ular meeting Monday. March IJi- t little or no Ironing.
CUM JOHNSON Recent BrideMrs. 27, at the home of Mrs. Carl {
PLUS HTIOUOWN Johnson in Keystone Heights.
The following new officers were
: rte TUNCSICf CUT IT Robert Caswell of Lake elected during the business
riOOLM lUCft nAIl/ President Mrs. Harold -
meeting ,
e nR :
Mn. Ia .TIll iiiu ran.r trm LITTU mv City; the former Janel Goodman President
DavisVice ,
TAI FLAT' TOT'","VIUII. a recent bride was honored ; 188
',TNI SUICMMI TMNHU/ at a bridal shower Thursday Mrs. C. W. Slade; Recording Sale

---rLI INblITMORItr night. March 30, given by Secretary, Mrs. Charles Flynn Mrs.; 21" X36" JU Rep.1.20
,u M"1M Mrs. C. R. Braswell, Mrs. A. Corresponding Treasurer
Donahoo ,
L. Crosby and Mrs. R. R.Howell Way ;
at the home of the latter. Wayne Wynn;' and Extent 100% NYLON ACCENT
sion Officer; Mrs. Carl Johnson -
An Easter motif was -
out ,In the decorations. The 4Guest
was Larry
refreshment table was covered speaker Non skid becking machine
*, I with a white lace cloth over William, local florist who washable-available In decorator
based his talk on roses, the colors.Reg. .
lavender linen and was centered ,.
I with a crystal punch bowl sorority flower. He also crated r 3.29 Reg.'. 6.99: 4.4927fJX45"
encircled with lavender grass a spring flower arrangement .. __ ,i 3XS' 24'pX 70"
and presented it to the
I and cake Easter was also eggs.decorated The whit In hostess. Mrs. Johnaoo.Rerreshmenta 188 K88 O88
) were served
lavender and yellow.The girt
I following the met qr.
with Hall-
table was covered a
mark shower cloth and centered

Friday... .... tM' S ly2 .... .8... with an arrangement of
,. .... mixed spring flowers. annual Ritual for
A/r AIIGL" MMNA The Pledge
aaA .NM i
: I Games with prizes were THEN OUR PRICES
of the
members sorority QUALITY
ca -....u......... during the party hours. new ;
pled will be held on Monday Apr.
Shaw Held.The Old Bwn.Rail Or Shine I Seeber Goodman, mo 10, at 7:30 pan at the &tarfoeGolf
ther of the honoree
was amangthe and Country Club.
M 20 guests

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_, .. CP8(0CP fE gJOCU( (u\OCU\{( ) 1 1ur r J I:!1 tection pings LAMINATING-BULLINGTON'S.for valuable Photographs. LIfetime.papers tf Clip-proJ etc.-,

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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Local admittances to Bradford Lavon Crosby of Brunswick, LAMINATING. Lifetime protection Dr. and Mrs D. W. Whlften
visited Mr. and Mrs. Er County; Hospital this week Ca. visited his parents. Mr. for Photographs, Clippings and family visited Disney World
-- -----'- -- nest Lord In Old Town Sun- Include: William J. Nests Lynn and Mrs. L. A. Crosby, over valuable papers etc., Wednesday of last week.
day. McRae Mrs. Hazel Eberle the weekend. BULLINGTON'S. tf
__ Claude Brown Mrs. Edith Mc- Miss Jayne Hardy of Atlanta
Mrs. Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Coy. Mrs. Myrwln Long, Miss Mr. and Mrs. George Law- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- was home Thursday to Sunday.Mr. .
Ruth Frazier visited Mrs.Margaret Lorraine Alvarez and Arel son and daughters of Old Hickory dale and daughter VIM, spent
Jackson In Alachua Gen- Rhoden all of Starke; Mrs. Term were Thursday to Tuesday to Thursday camping and Mrs. L. E. Natt of
eral Hospital Saturday. Ragnhild Elizabeth Carlson and Sunday morning guests of Mr. at St. Augustine Beach. Miami spent the weekcfnd with
Miss Lisa Eland Keystone and Mrs. David Montgomery.Mrs. their son and daughter-In-law
Capt. and Mrs. Harry Loperof Heights; Mrs. Loca Whitten Mr. and Mrs.;: James O'Brlan Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen.
Hattlesburg. Miss spent the Lake Butler; Alfred Harris D. T. Farabee and mother of Fort Walton Beach visited
past week with their parents. Maxvtlle. Mrs. William Pinchbeckof their parents Mr. and Mrs. Miss Louise Stern attendedthe
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bulllng- Guilford, Conn. left Tuesday T. R. O'Brlan and Mr. and Luzier Spring Beauty Stow
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lo- for a month's visit with Mrs. Mrs. Robert Barksdale over In Atlanta last Wednesday to
Weldon had her
Mrs. Gladys
Pinchbeck's other soninlawand the weekend. Friday.
per. family home during the long daughter. Dr. and Mrs. ,
+ weekend; Mr. and Mrs. Steve In Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark
The Bagwell family reunionwas Steven Moon Seoul Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteenand
r ir --I- held Sunday at the homeof Weldon Macclenny; Mr. and They also plan to visit In Anchorage daughter visited Dr. and and son Boyd of Ripley, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hals- Mrs. W. A. Weldon, Bushnell; Alaska and Tokyo Ja- Mrs. M. C. Stith and Mr. and were last Friday overnight
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Patrick guests of Col. and Mrs J. A.
rlaal ten with approximately West Florida, and Mr.and Mrs.J. Mrs. R. J. Stlth of Charlotte Griffin.
tending. A covered dish dinner N. C. at Salt Springs on Sat-
R. Weldon, Jacksonville and
was served at noon. Among the Don Hardenbrook spent the urday.
guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. their families. weekend In Greenville S. C. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding
C. Bagwell and laugher of Denver with his mother Mrs. Essie Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- attended the funeral of a cousin -
visited the Visiting their parents. Mr. Hardenbrook, who Is seriously Sunday Miss Louise 1ood.InJack-
f Colo who are and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. dur- zell of Fern Park spent
sonville Tuesday.Mrs. .
week. ill. E. Bollin-
Halstens for two ing the weekend were Mr. and with her father F.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwinof Mrs. M. W. O'Brian Savan- Mrs. F. W. Strickland and ger Nelson Green Mrs.Don
Arcadia and daughter Cher- nah, Ca.; Mi, and Mrs. John daughter Gloria are In Miami Jimmy and Janna Starling are Hardenbrook. Mr. and Mrs.J.
yl, of the University; of Florida Whelchel Sanford Mr. and this week visiting Mrs. Strick visiting their grandparents. B. Bakken Mr. and Mrs.Harry
spent the weekend herewith Mrs. Slade Jr., Jacksonville, land's sister Mrs. N. P. Ric- Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs In Green and families and Mrs.
relatives. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw- cardi who is convalescing from Jacksonville this week. Edward Hudson of Atlanta were"
yer, Starke and their famil- surgery and their mother Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ies. Marlon Mover, who broke her D. Bitch Green in Brooker.Mr. .
.. LAMINATINGLifetime pro- ankle while visiting there. LAMINATING- Lifetime protectIon -
tection for Photographs Clippings Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggersand for Photographs Clippings and Mrs. Bill Graham
valuable ,papers etc., daughter and Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holmesof valuable papers etc., returned Monday from a ten
5 :- t BULLINGTON'S. tf A. Eggers and family of Anna ql. were weekend BULLINGTON'S. tf day business trip to Naples

M1 1 f TPN ., ." ,. Jacksonville were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Fort Myers Sarasota and
1 Townsend Dent of Crystal
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tampa.
Mrs. C. L. Cooper spent the Norman. Lake Is a medical patient In
;, .' : "; : past two weeks with Lt and the Gainesville VA Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Christopher
.= Mrs. Robert L. Cooper In Auburn Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark -
d. Ala. Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae will visit Disney World Friday Dan Hazen and and daughers of Fitzgerald -
and Mrs.
: ., Jr. of Lake City; and Mr. and and Saturday. Ga. spent the weekend
and Mrs.
1 .; : daughter Cindy Mr. with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
; ) < '. Mrs. Bobby Crawford of Pro- John Batey and children and
Mrs. N. K. Hurst and Mrs. vidonce and their families were LAMINATINGLifetime pro- F. C. L. Dlnktns.Joining the fam-
T. Williams
and Mrs.
: Clyda Sinclair are visiting Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. tection for Photographs Clippings Mr. were Sun- ily on Sunday were Mr. and
all of Jacksonville
': : friends In South Florida Tuesday McRae Sr. and Mrs. Betty; valuable papers etc., day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Harry Stalling and chil-
; dren and Mrs.
Jane Allen of
to Friday. Crawford.
"i -, ; ,- Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. Gainesville.

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Turning the tables.. Wednesday morning Laurl.L.a Schaefer Miss America of
1972 got behind the camera to 'set up a picture of the and Holiday, Inn Manager

Bill .Clov.r. Mae Baldwin watches Miss America focus camera, then admitted!
she knew how to ute it.

Mrs. Bruce L. Davis of Arcadia -
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bur- Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- was a weekend guest of
ton and children of Knoxvllle, Rae stayed with their grandchildren Mrs. E. M. Davis. ,
Tenn. will be weekend guestsof In Orlando recently
Mr. and Mrs. James Bar- while the children's parents Mi-, and Mrs. E, F. Cain of ,
ron and Mr. and Mrs R. V. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner Carlsbad New Mexico have arrived "
Turner and will attend the were In Spain for a week on for an Indefinite visit
Strawberry Queen Contest festivities. business. with her mother Mrs. Mar-
W garet Jackson. Mrs. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs.Harold Branham broke her hip In a fall at horn
11 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Monday of last week and Is a
: and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin An' Branham In Palatka Sunday. patient In Alachua General Hos
drews attended the funeral of pital.
Jack Sapp In New Smyrna Beach Mrs. Elsa Lyles of Jackson-

Tuesday morning. T/lw... vllle, spent several days last "TIIirimADFORD .. ...... ..
j- week with Mrs.' E." M. Davis ) 14: -.a..,.. "
Mrs. Leon Gray and daughter udo Fields. COUNTY TELEGRAPH oJ.
rs. :: : ,
of Tallahassee were Friday: t andpM<..: f 'fil.. ....,.. .""irI .,. .
overnight guesW of MrJandf.r -- Published eve'lT'l'hundayat lJI' "" ': ::<'.1 :,\> "

Mrs. J. D. Warren and LTC 1.18 el'. Call Street "/,,: :... :.. !' .
and Mrs. V. J. Spongier. NOTICEIMining Slarke. Florida 32091 r ,,:

Mrs. Carl Johns of Chester- : Blue Zipper Second clns* postage paid.
Had The
Glad To Have OpportunityOf
ton Ind. has been visiting her Bag (Cititen's Bank Of at Slarke. Florldn.
brother-in-law and sister. Mr,
and Mrs. C. A. Drlggers for Gainesville) containing Subscription Rates:
several weeks.' Checks Credit Cards, Once Again Bringing
In. trade area: S5.00 per
And Some Cash. Keep
Mrs. 'W. J. Dodd. Mr. and Cash But Please R.turn year; $2.75.1: month
I Mrs. Bobby Dodd and Mr. and Other Contents To Owner. Outside trade area: 13.50

Mrs. J. B. Sapp visited Mr. No Questions Asked. per year; S3.00 six month
and Mrs. Dan Priest and family
In Jacksonville Sunday. MISS AMERICATo

IT'S The Bradford County Fair And Strawberry Festival ;


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MsoMmgt TBae $cemeaaa< Hiway or 230 To Be Closed About 90 Days- DOT SaysThe WATERAIRt1aEN5DtCE ANl/WING ANIMALS, INbp

,, State Department of & Jackson Co., contractor., to traffic will be routed north via at all points of closure to advice -
L H. Haren of Mobile Ala Miss Jan Ritch of Emory Transportation announce that Install pipe culvert crossings, State Road 200 (U. S. 301) to the traveling public the
Miss Sara Barefoot of Jacksonville pent the weekend with Mrs.A. University was home last week effective at 11 a.m. on Wednesday and move a dredge and wet State Road 16. thence east to DOT said
visited her father P. E. McKUmey. on Spring Vacation. Apr. 12, State Road 23d mill used In mining operations Its Junction with State Road inloien small r !
M. Barefoot over the weekend. east of Stark will be closed to the north side of State 230. Southbound or westbound People ore politer 7
Mr. and Mr. Malcolm Pow- Terry Brown underwent an for approximately 90 day. at Road 230," the DOT; announcement traffic will be routed west on *.- That'& !bcaiue almost
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- nail Jr. returned to their home appendectomy in Bradford a point 1-1/2 miles east of the said. State Road 16 to State Road anybody/ you are talking JS&
chor attended the Easter parade In fiamtiton, N. Y. today after County Hospital Tuesday of last Clay-Bradford County line. The traffic pattern during the 200 (U. S. 301) a courts' ef
Shrine Club housein about i* probably PREVENT FOREST FIRES!
and open a week' visit with Mrs Pow- week. "The closure la to enable the closure period will be as follows The neceaearybarrlcadeaand
St Augustine Sunday. nall Sr. DuPont Company and Caddell northbound or eastbound warning device will be placed the person you ore talking to.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglas .
Gray Flynn and Greg Red- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter and son visited Mr. and Mrs. ----
dish were guests of M/. andMrs. and son of Lake City and Mr. Jimmy Rowe and family in San- 4
Fred Field Tampa Mon'
and Mrs. Marvin Barnhard and ford over the wookend.
day to Wednesday.Mr. daughter of Miami spent the
weekend with their parents.Mr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and
and of Silver Mrs. Maurice Spring M.Peterson :!-. and Mrs. A, G. Loudan.Mr. ( daughter Anne are visiting Join The Carrier Comfort Parade
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welchat
this week of Mr.and .
are guests and Mr*. James Cast) Fort Walton Beach this wHI<.
Mrs. L. II. Gibson. and family of Orlando spent the
weekend with her parents. Sen. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Seattle
A. and
son.S/Sgt.Jerry Joseph of Columbia Gay S. C. and Mrs. Charley Johns. and Barry Firth weekend of Jacksonville with their :v..,. ". .: .:..... : ,;,'". .
spent Raster: weekend wIth Ms spent[ the '.!I ".' ,
M,'. and Mrs. Franklin Ritch parents M,. and Mrs. R. E. ,r.,
M-. and !Mrs.\ G. 1\. ,
parents of Gainesville were Sunday visItors Firth. I'. r. ', ,
of his ""mother Mrs Hazel

Gay.Mr,. and Mrs. Kobort Mar- Ritch. M... and Mrs! R. A. Green

shall of Atlanta wore Wednes- Mr. and M:.. John Stringerof and the family weekend of with Gainesville his parents.spent

day guestsofMlssl.oulseSterra. Livingston, Ala and Mr. M..... and Mrs. Lex Green. They ,
and Mrs. Ray Judd of Ocala
all visited Mrs. Tyler Jonesin
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy
were weekend guests of Mr.
Baptist Memorial Hospital
were last Friday night dinner
and M"S. M. R. Judd.
guests of M". and Mrs. J. K. Sunday afternoon.

Wilson [In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mr*. Brad Locke LAMINATINGLifetime protection -
and family of Tampa\ : spent the t
a !Mr.\ and Mrs. David Montgomery for Photographs. Clippings -
weekend with Mrs. Shellle Ger-
i had as Sunday guests le. valuable papers etc.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert BULUNGTON'S. tf
Mrs. Ivan Black Mrs. Fred: Mrs. Charles Parker and family -
Daniel. Mrs. George; O'dham: of Cocos wore visiting
Mr. and Mrs. II. T, Downing Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Bike Clinic
and James Montgomery of Lake family last week.
City Held HereAbout ,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bedell %
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. of Gainesville were Easter
50 boys and girls participated -
thews and Mr. Matthews' sister -
guests of her parents Mr. and
In bike clinic March
Mrs. II. B. McLendon of Mrs. J. C. llolton.Mrs. a
Orlando returned Saturday 25 consisting of a bike inspec-
from :i week's tour of Quate- Merc Jackson and tion, obstacle course and a
mala. Central America. They turn signal test.
daughters are spending TJD
If the riders made: it
were part of a group of 82 day to Frldiy with her parents young
through all three tests they
the trip by charter plane
making Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Smith In
from Lake City. While stayingin Williston. received a certificate. If they
Quatcmnla City they made failed one of the testa a notice C8
will be sent to them to .

terlor a one-day ruins\to at visit flight Kital.tho into.ic'ent the Mayan In.: are and visiting and Mrs.of his Milwaukee P.mother T. MCriff M Wis.:.. notice make parents correction to sign the police then and station have send their and the Total Central f J&rtfeg i $ And Air Miffanlisg i .

C. J. McCrlff. Sr. this week will receive their certifi
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shaw of and McGrlff also visiting Jr. in Gainesville.Mrs. M/>. and Mrs.. cate. INCLUDES UP. TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU $,
Tallahassee spent the weekend Another bicycle clinic couldbe FURNACE 2 1250
set In six months if enough TON AIR CONDITIONER
with her j>n:cnts, Mi and Mrs.R. Curtis Sandjrs and son,
M. Mclfae. Lex, visited Mr.and Mrs.Lajos people Sponsors were of interested.the clinic were COMPLETE INCLUDING TAX
Toth in OrlandoMndaytoW..od-: Starke Police Department, Auxiliary -
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
and also visited
nesday Disney
Police Deportment,Junior .
Drown were In Portland Ind. World. Mr. Sanders is attend-
Friday to Tuesday to attend Auxiliary Police Girl
the Conference of
ing Regional
the Finch funeral on Saturday.of !Mrs.\ Oscar T. Vocational Monday Rehabilitation to Thursday.!'n Atlanta and Scouts the Starke Junior Elementary Womans PTA Club Add. On-2 Tens Of Air Cendifiening. Yo Your System

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Save Regularly To Cover Seasonal ExpensesIf

Special Pie-Season <8

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Jan. 1, 1969 To Invest. How Would Mobile Home Air Conditioning Sale 1

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Have Occured As Of December 1,1971. 21/2/ Ton Canto Mobile' Mate Air Conditioner

Vttii Including...t.L .

S't 1J' 'nr.ref 0.000 'in Common Stocks Dee mo$.timing r 9.497 f.tan,' You save money now and in years to come. How The carrier Mobile Mateis

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t Acfacts 10.000 r 4;%"iT3."oovt.: : Bonds'87-92 11.078 year your
at .9to.000 In our peeebook savings plan1 11,43 This offer Is limited to Bradford County.
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I::::::::'.. ::1 ,. Cooling.Myllng.: I Ifumlturo PI.. SQ + $20 *WITH-0| | : Only Whit..M,JO", .-Aoocada.O WM...Cappw.
pAw 01 IX
., .
ule. $11*tSTr.
mn 40.00 y ?
Now during Bodcock's Sprlna an d.n.nwl.ed I ,0'" UMRAl TtAOl-IN AUOWANCI
_io Special. Purchaie For Thl Event. val.... .nd. saving. Cempw..nd w. far yovrtvlfl ( WITH PUMP ;:: 'I Trad.J Yw. Old Mint and b.InWofklng UM AwOpwbh Them 10$

Tlnw clack w/b.11. Wringer $ Cwtdlllcxi.
SAVE $$$ lock In I p.dfon..if! .du \
.... .- IW. 000 BTU DELUXE | ting "'. AuntmatlciMrlngcr -
15.000 ITV. '.:.:.. A ttept roll. 14 ci"Ffr"NO )

I' -, ,I m ice', '..g.i.Ho'nn.' g 19Ac PORTA-COOL SAVE $20 hot Davblc wratw wall longc comtrwctton' kc.p. FROST"

d $26995 ,Roam' -air Top condltlonor.olr dl.cho.oV' Quick I'oo.ltlon mount $ of gf 95th.rmo.tat -i.! $16991v1N REFRIGERATORFREEZER
Exhauit vontllatlon i control. .dT"adP i. ,
40AC, Save X10 2- pwd fan. Wa.....,. 'Ilpeulliar. | J WITH TRADI
Concoalod f.w
cvntrol knob P.rhd
___. and. snail living/ DrI. Regular Price $14995 .. (ILoft) .
102 Lb. ...... ....

.- SAVE $20 fr..iorWhit... Capper, Harv.itOald.
I,!ca'!' ""f I 24000 ITU 10.000 BTU "CLASSICCOOL"ROOM THE QUALITY GOES IN I.VOTI.. Avocado A Door

Pit. window' AIR CONDITIONER BEFORE THE NAME GOES ON Rogubr . $29*f>STr.doln
: 27" to 40" W. 40.00) :

Will not nut, crack ornormal .brook with
I $37995 u... Quick. mount. .Id. pon.1.....,.. $23995" $25995
:3-pod fan 1 positionfahaoM thorm' j TV
..... I Trad.
23AC! Prlco$399.95 IHpHMtt fllMr. sirnwe/d'e.nhelokna6/ .. MaaMind tNogonally
2IAC $249.95 left)
R.qul.r Prlct
o 141 .... In.,vlowlngo HCA

Sop rat. U '/YH'
.. SAVE $20
SAVE $20 .. SAVE $20 tvnor
13,300 ITUCoal | O> pal. ""n"

.........-..' H :, 11.500...ITU 000 Cooling ITUHeating. ..'...,...... !f with/II.13,000..... Moot ITU Hat Strip.HO Lii, _. -] ,' ,, P f.OOO for ITUnrfact wall $13995and W ATE R H EAT E R S
,-' living .v..nd
: Window 27" to .... UWT 30-OALLON 30-OALLON
40" W.

...... $33995 -- $27995' .... .. $17995 S.PHONO.,.. PhonoA WITH Mrw.d CMROMOCOIO Dl.a.n.llyAbav. $6995 $9995
fM/AM...... ( .l
251C Rogulir Prlca' $339.93 4K Rgul.r' Prlc.$299.95 :20AC! R.flul.r Prlca$'99.95 Oporata. onbottorlo. flnert' CKramacalartub. .
: or AC :.with'::::; 42-OALLON 40GALLON'r
...._ A Auto color. fflna. tuning. DOUBLE ELEMENT TABLE TOP
ESTABLISHED 104 TV. PICTURM IMUIATia N'ddd :' 2 23A 000 So.V.H.In.' viewing plctwa area p.w.r
B 23"WALNUT 8995 $119 95
..... ............ ....... $499? $699"
n.. ur.J" DI.iBon.lty
o Phllcamatl. (Auto-
Illomlnatod lack. 'chcmwl' iimnol tuning, .Sing,.,1.0 r HnM I mp"nwP.dn.I

Indicator NEWI. .
Tilt-front control I
pIT OAT *OOOT dock, $499" Is" PORTABLE

COLOR ( w--' .'"
19"PORTABLE J 22" .Mo-.cI 73 la. DIcoe-I'In. .iw'. II
TVROU pITH 'AYnwrrwsl. (VHP '-
..,..... .
AIOUT STANDitoaMircd Swat: -I"L
; .. 02TH
Otagonalh'' CAM_) MM..wd Digwr.lw C-) HiIh. i,, s.rd $9995 .::.':: :::::: sh 1 l M .fcaneitNEWI IH
$199" = VH'/UH'
$159 i 129N 9s

: 22" BIO-SCREEN CONSOLE TV $299" 0111 loo NEWI
w 11Iowllt la pla/ 19" WALNUT FINISH a .nr"
II PM.Nfo'M-. $.,.. 1.41.' Mo. ir.d Ol.g.n.lly.... .-....(Ufl) 1V4 STAND '
ka rush I"t'"s CC$699"
.po I { hs..vnd --- -.-, 13.0OO .
, Up ,
APe M drxl.l. .
llhNH af>di doomed I front1 ) Awrent M ihshwoes ...N''wp
... Al and
I 'M Ln -- "A orator"y" ls" U* Md
I $25995 ;;;;' p :.'.l.w" (I.pMwa.
I 14W1 ,lINT. $229" % $23'.9s"s rwd. -. tw.w

! *(u Irw aru" KIGoclc F ."t1J-JI.A-1asr.,. t $189"1 1awwSw. Bc&icocltApril

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mm 1 g THa Scecioo t Hiway 230 To Be Closed About 90 Days, DOT SaysThe pU rrt : Gt GtANIMAl3 .

,- Stole Department of it Jackson Co., contractors to trafflo will be routed north via at all points of closure to advise -
Miss Sara Barefoot of Jack- I. H. Hazen of Mobile, Ala. Miss Jan Pitch of Emory Transportation announces that install pipe culvert crossings State Road 200 (U. S. 301) to the traveling public the
sonville visited her father. P. spent the weekend with Mrs University was home last weekon effective at 11 a.m. on Wednes- and move a dredge and wet State Road 16. thence east to DOT said. I
M. Barefoot over the weekend. A. E. McKlmey. Spring Vacation. day. Apr. 12. State Road 230 mill used In mining opera Its Junction with State Road in. small ,
east of Starke will be closed tions to the north side of State 230. Southbound or westbound "PItOI'ore' politer'
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fan- Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Pow- Terry Brown underwent an for approximately 90 days at Road 230" the DOT announcement traffic will be routed west on fdums. That's because almost
char attended the Easter >parade > nail ilamilton Jr. returned to their home appendectomy In Bradford a point 1-1/2 miles east of the said. State Road 16 to State Road anybody/ you art talking $*&
and Shrine Club open house In N. Y. today after County Hospital Tuesday of last Clay-Bradford County line. The traffic pattern during the, 200 (U. S. 301)). cousin. o/
a week's visit with Mrs. Pow- will be about it probably a PREVENT FOREST FIRES!
In St Augustine Sunday. week. "The closure Is to enable the closure period as follows The necessary barricades and
nall Sr. DuPont Company>> and Caddell : northbound or eastbound warning devices will be placed the person you/ are talking" to.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglas ____________________'n_ ___ I I II
Gray Flynn and Greg Reddish -
of M/. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter and son visited Mr. and Mrs. II I
were guests
and son of Lake City and Mr. Jimmy Rowe and family In Sanford -. I II
Fred Held Monday
Mrs. Tampa II I
and Mrs. Marvin Barnhard and over the weekend. II I
to Wednesday. daughter of Miami spent the I

weekend with their parents,Mr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and
Mr. and of Silver Mrs. M.iurlce Spring M.J.Peterson :- and Mrs. A. G. Loud;>n.MI' daughter Anne are visiting Join The Carrier Comfort Parade I

are guests this week of Mr. and Ms. James Cash, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welchat
Fort Walton Beach this week
and Mrs. L. H. Gibson.
and family of Orlando spent the
weekend with her >parents> Sen. .
S/Sgt. Joseph! A. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Beattie
and Mrs. Charley Johns. and Barry Firth Jacksonville .,. .
son, Jerry of Columbia, S. C. : J. "
......!,.. .. ..
Easter: weekend with'! his spent the weekend with their k '
spent Mt. and Mrs. Franklin RItch .... ",
parents M-, and Mrs. G. A. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ;'; "
of Gainesville were Sunday visitors Firth. ; ,I ,... "
of his mother> Mrs Hazel

Me and Mrs lle'ort Mar- nitch. M.'. and M'-s.! R. A. Croon
shall of Atlanta were Wednes- and family! of Gainesville spent
M.-.. John
Mr. Stringer
the weekend with his parents.
of Miss Louise
day guests Stern. \
of Livingston Ala. and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. They
and Mrs. Ray Judd of Ocala
all visited Mrs. Tyler Jones
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Hardy
were weekend guests of Mr.
in Memorial Hospital
were last Friday night dinner
and M-s. M. R. Judd.
guests of M'. and Mrs. J. It. Sunday afternoon.

Wilson In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Brad Locke LAMINATINGLifetime pro-

David Montgomery and famIly of Tam the tection for Photographs Clippings -
Mr. and Mrs. Mlle
weekend Mrs. Ger-
had as Sunday guests valuable papers etc..
Mr. and Mrs. II. L, Tolbort. le. BULLINGTON'S. tf
Mrs. Ivan Black Mrs. Fred .
Mrs. Charles Parker and family -
Daniel, Mrs. George O'dham:
of Cocoa wore visiting
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Downing Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Bike Clinic I
and James Montgomery of Lake family last week.
Held HereAbout

City.Mr. Mr. and Mi.. Russell Bedell ,
and Mrs. E. L. M It- of Gainesville were Easter
Matthews' 50 boys and girls par-
thews, and Mr. sis
of her Mr. and
g-jests parents
ter, Mrs. II. B. McLendon of M.- J. G. llolton.Mrs. ticipated in a bike clinic March
Orlando, returned Saturday s. 25 consisting of a bike inspec-
from :i week's tour of Guatemala Merc: Jackson and tion, obstacle course and a I
Central America. They turn signal test.If
daughters are spending Tuesday -
of of 82 the young riders made It
were pnrt a group to Frldjy with her parents
making the trip by charter plane through all three tests they
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Smith. In
from Lake City. While stayingIn Wllllston. received a certificate. If they
Guatemala City they madea : failed one of the tests a notice <8>
will be sent to them to .
one-day flight Into the Interior -
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. MGrlffand
to visit tho'ent Mayan make correction and have their
of Wis. Talal Central]
family Milwaukee And
ruins at Kltal. are visiting his mother Ms. >notice parents> to sign the,police then station send and the Heating Air Condilioriing .
G. J. McCrlff Sr. this week,
f will receive their certifi-
Mr. and Mi's. Jim Shaw of and McCrlff also visiting Jr. In Gainesville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. cate. INCLUDES UP. TO 7 OUTLETS 1 RETURN 80,000 BTU $,
Tallahassee spent the weekend Another bicycle clinic couldbe
with her pn:-cuts, Mj.'. and Mrs. Curtis Sanchru and son, set In six months if enough FURNACE 2 TON AIR CONDITIONER 12.5 0
If. M, Mcllae. people were Interested.
Toth Lex In visited Mr.and Mrs.Lajos Sponsors of the clinic were COMPLETE,INCLUDING TAX
Mr. and Mrs. George W. ndaytoWod- Starke Police Department, Auxiliary -
n roW'1 were In Portland, Ind. nesday and also visited Disney Police Department,Junior .
World. Mr. Sanders is attend-
Friday to Tuesday to attend Auxiliary Police. Girl
the Conference
ing Regional !
the funeral of Mrs. Oscar T. Scouts Junior Womans Club
Finch I on Saturday. Vocational Mxtdoy Rehabllltatloi to Thursday.! n Atlanta and the Starke Elementary PTA. Add On-2 Tons df Air Conditioning. To Your SystlmC'Jl

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TOUCH ME. < For As Little As

I DECLARED?} .d .... t1"!!
yam r 'y l.1'e' ; rATTE ':"'\- _

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O Happy Income /

Tax Time! I

1 J JWell .t.,. ,

It's Less Of A Blow If You Have Made _

Regular Deposits Into A Savings Account To _

-- ,
Cover Your Tax Bill. Next You Can Save For _r- Mobile! Horn* Control

A Vacation Trip, Then For Christmas. AiConditiollingUnitQUIET



Save Regularly To Cover Seasonal Expenses

Special Pre-Season <8>

' If You Had Been Given $10,000 On

Jan. 1, 1969 To Invest. How Would Mobile Home Air Conditioning Sale

You Have Fared? Here's What Might

Have Occured As Of December I, 1971 .
2 1/2/ Ton Corner Mobile Mate Air ConditionerYou

V.,..Includingrnrw at.<

letfe .invmttfdJmn. I. ,ittt/ DtCfmtitt,.fall/ '*
10.000 In Common Slocks $ 9.497 save money now and In years to come. How The carrier Mobile MateIs

COO'Ii i i IOM wn.HMLI. 30,000 BTI1 Compare other brand and see how
any save
$10,000 In.Mutual..., Funds 8.3Wc. you money year
f fAn $10.000/ 4w C'tTsTcovt., Bonds'87-93 11,078 after year on your electricity bill. Call us riht! now for more information! $ .

.$10.000 our passbook savings plan1 11,496fact9I This offer Is limited to Bradford County.
$ 0.000 In our savings certificate' 11.642

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We Swvko AM 'Mokes Air; Conditioners S

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MM **. n.... -C .... .. >I>.,... installed
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&.... ......., -AUrHOIt'UDH'Ar'NG&' AIH CONDITIONING' OlAllHi p wiring


and Loan Association of Stark


"Tlu slows Of$Soring >t$W. MADISON ST.
332 9 Itodisoa Sat Stake, Florida

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A World Of National Name Brands Awaits You At Badcock r

From A To Z (A ruin To Zenith) And Everything In Between Just Look, A t Them.. a l

-* ,
: NEW _
IHIS Arv'n" 4\\

We Want. To Meet You, Come On Out To The

ri Fair And Let's Get Acquainted. We Have 5 Booths CASSETTE PIATEI _

Filled With Fine Furniture Browse Around And .ICORIII

Register For This Free Player Recorder (At Right) DOTTIE WILSON

BILL WILSON To Be Given Away. Nothing TO Buy Just Register. i III' -. .I vln a.., '


ran B..Y./c"0
We Service What We Sell And Back-up Every

Ask A bout '

APRIL 8 component .., with. mini-
Convenient II1f:' AM/FM/MX Brrtck 2 ..k.n. I .
Terms s 'Ie4A"H.eet o e, Ch.n0er,tap.dud .p

jokfscw/ewpel, I L.--Jl otpolnl OW kr P -PIECEHOSTESS


y (U.It) SET

I 404 Lb. capacity withPurchaa.
.. 3 4 Door sh.lworc.loln. .' 't\N1Y\71\ \ of $58 or
I en .t..1! In..rlor. IIn.r more
Wlr batk.t _
1 _

I L 1J 4url CEV
It. I

$ 95 Westinghouse
Nhht 3701 Sr.n. 19J @


P. 1t441MC 'Sup 15 Cu. FL CHEST FREEZER :I5C'

......... Atk Aboul (Abew. I'ght' ) :
Doclanod with Span)'h Oak flnlih .n AlryNmL.Mdhardwoods.
.. ..Md. wood and _
ongravod I 'U I Lb. ePacily I sMl 1
..... with volvat ,_
lyttyrano .panonto panollng Only tl1y' wide
c; eI_ ....... Cor.wrt I prrd weM dnM.

29 995 (loft>
Trlpl. Dmoor I .....lain Whit.,
Twin Framed Mirror .wm.I I alt A.......
Pitwl Bed Compare at $329.95 lm :f"-
S W w.?
Hir$14995UL '
.- MftIoI .
040 wnTH nuDI
1 $ 30" DELUXE
APPROVED (light)
Ovon timing White. C.pp r,
dock. A.......
YOUR:0: Hrr..t NCR
30"" ELECTRIC CHOICE r.t":":,.. h.N $19995 .


RANGE ,. 36" GAS 30" GAS RANGE ""
a .
&u.- loft,)
$24995 $16995 SPEED QUEEN .. .
131 U. Fro Pro Pro >orM"
VIN If IS $22995 fVIN Llff only 10 23 C... wide M. ..... .". ..,.....toT ........
WITH TRAD wmI TIADI Whit.. A.e..d.. --lr Copps

,....... 4O.GO
, :::: DRYER
aa.y --- nr. ,,1INIo....'N.iw.lVnwnw. Irnd.1lnt'.wn'.niw; ..t -
j 71M1 30" GAS YOUR HI 3310! "q'". :. pyn' "''.'A' $fMat't'' .i. \ ,;:;"' w $25995'
! CONTINUOUS.CLEANING :N".n t4.,..lIIuo action l-war* ::c..::. ikn.d:: I.--"

' 0- _: .. CHOICE .._ .. lint-.and otdlmont, _roma al I" Mart '."'"-. 'lUD1'
RANGE \ $169 95 IVIN uit
OR ills
$24995 30" GAS RANGE nAw FHiLCO fS!! .

7710 I Q
IVIN US! $19995 701e41M0



Special' Purchase For This Ev.nt. c:;:) j
rr r. SAVE $$$ '02L IAitl' '" -

I ;.. .
OnhO"" Wld.Whl.
hall"" PI.., WITH I ., A......
fa I( Saga $2 Geld,Shaded Cops
OOAW a!! .. ..... .. '
eilt..J I. S2" i
$29995 f......... 40.00 ,I "l '

4IACSpecial' Now durlna Vodceck's. Sprtna Saving' Sat an .Lwn( -ewle.d pr*> 20-GALLON $19995 1 LINSAL TRADI.IN AUOWANC
_..n tp xlal' pufcha oy fodcock .no blvt' ut tt bring "you tho.. WRINGER WASHER Far Your OM l.frlaora.. I1'
a -todou. values .nd .saving Cemporc and MI for "yoursolfl I :: I bo Un Than 10 I 1
Purchaie For This Event. WITH PUMP Toart Old and la AcoaJabl.Worklna .
__ I Tlmw clock w/b.11. W,iny.r Condition.
"1'-" ,= $ lock. In I potlllonk ,ell ad.orotMira. .
III:;" 5,000 BTU DELUXE k.tinp Automatliwrlng I !
,b r rl.oM & .. 14 Cie FT
LeWDA; Ilan _., I'kaF;
..,lIng / Doubl. wall a d
AC h.t 'Ian
with >-" _lion. SAVE $20 II id -- "NO

., ... $26995 panels: .ab Top.eour'di.n' ; :- / = $16995 REFRIGERATORFREEZER
.-." .... wnNr control.2wood '. $12995, ISIS
40AC. Sac/c t0 fan. Watfioblo flip-out flltor.CofMMlod 05WW WITH TIAOIth
conrral knobs. Perfect for small living ..*... Regular Price $'49.95 .103 Lb. (M i in.) .
SAVE $20 Whit.. dd
ill, 10,000 BTU "CLASSIC-COOL" .. 0sid'"A'
........... __" : 24.000 ITU
'D I. .0" W. fr.eI.... 40.00

$37995 Will normal not"..lull. Quick, crack mount or .'braok ld. panel.with, NEWT 16"PORTABLE $25995
.:.- 3.-d fan. t...acltion thor.tot. $23995 I TV
shad vonlllotlan control. W..hobloIlltvout Ital.73AC .
Regular Price $$399! flllor i ..-.... control knobi. und CNagonally
71AC (
Regular Price $249.95
I .141 Jo. I... .Lwky IKA

-' SAVE $20 SAVE $20 SAVE $20 .. loparat. UHPVHPtwnor
M pal. anhmna
"Y" 1J.30O BTU .
H> 1.000 ITUPorted .
CM/| 12.000 ITU Hwit
.H.JOO ITU Cooling with Il.. ?= ':11,000". ITU Window., 27" to I ::' b'd': .."a.". end 1i01 I3WT 30-GALLON 30-GALLON

:..- $33995 J $$27995 $17995 I Mn.hen.PHONO WITH M o rr.d CHROMOCO1OR. Dle ieil I $6995 $9995
1M/AM R.dl. (Aboo.)
*. Prlco' $299.93 20AC R.gul.r Price' 1199.93 Opo- .n I Zwilrh't fln" Crr.m.c.lor. .
"IC cjulorPrca$3399S 24IC
ba....... .. AC ..I...... tub.. GALLON 40-GALLON ,
....... ...
I Auto color flno -1 DOUBLE ELEMENT
23 OOO volt.' olcMjro29S
--ph..n. \
'ESTAILISHED 111M PICTURII' IIMUIATID ii .LA .h.Mrd.d. .... In. VMrorfngRogulw --
Ba.cI.c.ock' 23"WALNUT $3995 $
: 11 995M.
... ........... ....... FINISH + I NEWI $499! $69995 yr'.r__


(light Otogonally) GENERAL ELECTRIC iJ
Phltoomatl. (AutoPHILLCO \
p lads cttannol tuning) "I'r.rn si Il. Llmt IwparMar IY.Iarl"
J 'r IIIw&e.t.d. _..I I
to taIT
ne'b'1Lnr' NEWI L r....
OMIT GOOT.... e.nN.l 14"' $49; 10'1 15"TELEVISION PORTABLE j jJ

... COLOR PORTABLE TV (/ y --c'1o-; '" I19"
Dt.S. .lh
o'' 22" 7S 54 In, vi.wk.. 'iM.a.rd I lly' (*.laht) / 125 .... In II __
PORTABLE TV Bio SCREEN.TV ONLY "MomorjrHMtl." (VHPptowrt .. lcwlna -
IT" lOLL ABOUT STAND WITH BOIL ABOUT STAND ::::::'" UH'/yH' $99'5 Color. cut-.ff fin. tunmal for black. 4 .i omt
M'OM"d DIN. I''" (AboYo I ..... .. .. IN
4 Magonalh' ((AboYo ) N M sand wkl" lY/Oog. M A.ndl
$15995 $199"- = YH./UHP : $12995


CONSOLE. STEREO(loft) ..- 51105' TV 19""" WALNUTINISN Ar..a.d
W/l-Track built In -... Uy (UtMl )
_AM/PM...___' I .... In...bhn. aro. MNaa VL -STAND-....... tIN'II" .69995
.p. 5.5-T... I 13400 volt akaaW.U .
APC _.ildsw ..... I I Ute a.Yi."d (loft) _-
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'Mloft ........... _. """ > front .ad) and
5'k- _I... i 0w-. (..-
14w5 25995 o Nr .22995 CNN1'' 1 $239'5 wee.Wl..I

{ .. I" fi idCodc Arc....,C,AM % Xby. $189" Bcftlcock! .
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S NOTICE OF SUIT in theXTounty; of Bradford State. of publication of this noticeof NOTICE OF APPLICATION ) .eurvausgIc I hr

, COURT OF BRADFORDCOUN- In the Circuit Court of Florida: of Florida. the fictitious name of Nan- FOR TAX DEED 'PUP ITOUL.V '
4 I, ;TY,' FLORIDA. IN PRO. Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Unless such certificate or cy's Flowers, 444-H W. Madison NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN, ,\ D6ADtx/y!
BATE-bIN for Bradford County. certificates shall be redeemed St., under which we are that JAMES C. THORNTON the
REi Estate of RAYMONI CIVIL ACTIONIn according to law the property; in business. holder of the following certificates \
J. SAUVE. deceased. re: The Marriage of RAY described in such certificateor engaged B. Simpson and Dolly has filed said certificates -
MOND R. NASH, Husband, and certificates will be sold to L. Slmoaon (co-owners) 238 S. for a tax deed to be issued .4 .
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll GAIL F. NASH, Wife. the highest/ bidder at the court Walnut St., Starke, Florida.Dated thereon. The certificate. w jiwr .
creditors of the estate house door on the first Mondayin numbers and years issuance, '
TO: GAIL F. NASH, Exeter- this 31st day of March "
of RAYMOND J. SAUVE. de Hampton Trailer Park, Exeter Month of May 1972 whichIs A. D, 1972 at Starke, Bradford the description of the property; ..t
ceased are hereby hOWled New Hampshire. the 1st day of May, 1972. County Florida. and the names in which It was .
and required to file any YOU ARE NOTIFIED that i a Dated this 13th day of March, 4/6 4t 427NOTICE assessed are as follows: .."
claims or demands which they Petition for DI.lOluUonoCMar.. 1972. Certificate No. 45. Year of

Inthehave against said Count tinge has been lied( against GILBERT S. BROWN Issuance 1963.Description. .
of the ;)' you and you are required to Clerk of Circuit Court of OF INTENTION TO of Property; : Begat ,"

Judge of Bradford County; serve a copy of your Answei. Bradford County; Florida. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME' SE Cor of a 2A Tract In Crush those smokes < Folks! ;. 'J
Florida, in the Courthouse in Notice Is hereby given that SW-1/4 of NW-1/4 ,Ii!
or Pleading to the Petition or 46It 427NOTICE NW Cor of Presi : .j
Executive Vice t
Starke, Florida, within six the Petitioner' attorney the undersigned David H. of NE-l/4 Being 100 Sq. Sect Pictured above left is Joe A. Adams.
calendar months from the date George H. Pierce P. O. Drawer Black, 905 West Pratt SL. 18-T-6-S R-22-E. dent Winn Dixie Food Stores. receiving a "Certificate of' : ,
of the first publication of this 1030. Starke. Bradford Coun OF INTENTION TO Sturko, Fla. intends to engage Name in which assessed: Thomas highest bidder at the courthouse Appreciation" presented by John B. Buchanan of the,U. S. : i ," tu

notice. Each claim or demand ; 32091. and file( the FICTITIOUS NAME in business under the fictitious Discount Company.All door on the first Monday in Department.of, Agriculture Consumer and Market Service. > <; .
must be In writing and must original Answer or Pleading In REGISTER name, OMNI COMMUNICATIONS of said property; being Month of May, 1972, which' Is. ,-1'I'': ,\

state the place of residence the Office of the Clerk of the Notice Is hereby given the that at 905 West Pratt St.. in the County of Bradford,Star >elst day of May 1972. The plaque awarded Winn Dixie by Earl L. Butz. U. S. Secretary .k: ,',
and post office address of the Circuit Court on or before the undersigned, under provision Starke. Fla. and that he will of Florida. Dated this 13th day of March In of Wlnn Dixie'seffort '} .:;-
of 20,953 Laws of Florida of Agriculture, was
claimant and must be swornto register said name with the .tl72. )
the let day of May 1972. U Unless such certificate or Plentiful'Foods t' '
Acts of 1941, will register GILBERT S. BROWN in asslstliiK the Federal Government In Its
by the claimant, Ms agentor fall to do Clerk of the Circuit Court certificates shall be redeemed '
you so, Judgment by with the Clerk of the Circuit Clerk of Circuit Court of > The was designed give assistance \
his attorney or It will become default will be taken against Bradford County, Florida. according to law the property; J rojtram program 1
Court, In and for Bradford --David H. sole Bradford County; Florida in largerthan-normal supply, .?
void according to law. you for the relief demanded Black owner. described in such certificate or to agricultural products IV
County. Florida, upon proof 4/6 4/27 1&1:
ARNOLD ROBERT SAUVE In the Petition. 4/6 41p 4/27 certificates will be sold to the 4t __ ___ y-n. <
ADMINISTRATOR( This notice shall published

of the Estate of Raymond J. once each week for four consecutive 3 BIG sA Y1 ALL. ITOMS OMN. r DAY A Willi'(MOM. Hin, PAL IVSHIN01 I ALL DAY.IUN. FOR YOU SHOPPING, CONYNIINCI.'q'q, 1 \'
Saline deceased. weeks in the Bradford 4.LS y 'ftI
ELZIE SANDERS County Telegraph. DAYS .;.?
138 West Call Street Dated: March 28, 1972. I, ,. ,:
'Starke, Florida 32091 GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk Thursday, .

Attorney for Administrator By: Beulah M. Moody frlday e.Saturday. .. ..I '" "1 \ :
... ,
3/23 4t 4/13 / 1: ,
Deputy Clerk r" :" ........ .j'' ..1 IIai
4/6 4t 4/27. i ...:...... ,...c.( ..:,. I '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF f .,....i. :..:;'. .! 'hI

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE ,, ...._.:."" -'. .'.!...' ..: \
.' O .
Loyree P. LaNIer has made .....;.,. .i'l. ,:.,....:-. Eagle ,
; "
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF Application to the Bradford ... .. t'' .... : a, --/I/ t..
Aluminum foil
TESSIE B. TRULL, Wife, and ,' .
County; Zoning Board for reclassification .' .I I'
THOMAS LUTIIER TRULL, of the property; y ,' ./l. :! 2 5l 54u+r. f .t 1813 Yd'. ;.g
X 1J ln. Plo :quolly
Husband RI-A ;
from f'
described below .' ,M'
: foil Pa'taokinpbokinp;
toEA. } ,stnLIMIT
oring rondo
TO: THOMAS LUTHER Lots I, 2 & 4 of Indian Beach +Jh 1 (,,, s .-t\\

TRULL, Route I Wtngate. North Unit 3 ex Lot to Church In .,;. SAVE 31' '1.1f :
Carolina SE Cor of Lot 4 and ex Lot i ".' .
YOU" ARE NOTIFIED that an 150'E&Wby 880.77'N& ; .

action for Dissolution of Mar- S Being 374.2 W of SE Cor I... e..k ..HMEagle 'g. #f!

riage has been filed against of Lot 4 Being In Sec. 35. tOL E 1 .\it. Ft7uwAiseamMPrie." -7\'
you and you are required to Twp. 8 South, Rge 22 E. Containing x t ,', Wo.j.if! YO ..\ t
serve a copy of your written 134.99-Acres M/L. 11ftd

defenses If any, to it, on This change In claistflcatlon )', 1.1!'> Qit:
Theron A. Yawn. Jr., Petit- is subject to a public hearingto "",, ;, I

loner's Attorney, whose address be held on Tuesday April iyj .. -I> f.j; .;
25th at 7:30 PM In the County Eagl30or40W '
.is Poet Office Drawer r f."i"i\ tOlelde' forte Pants 'r
340, Starke, Florida on or before Commission room at the Bradford ifw .-0 L pi.:
: .y --- ,
County Court House at ; -
the 17th day of April. 1972. r .
and file the original with the which time all persons Interested /. t eiP1'4; t orV'.I'Z, 5111 icon.- i Motor Oil s r tfA.{

Clerk of this Court either before shall be heard for or 'ft s Wtdlsigp./ra'tldsoll r..d ;t 1 '. Non-d.terp.nt.!
service on Petitioner's against the proposal as specified y :' : : A Quality Motor; '1
immediately thereafter In the Zoning Code of '? r.lea... eQtJ, 1QuoId.\. 1 G'OF \ t I lnlJr
Attorney or tit ql.m"
1'1a.' !pr) shrtnko0.< .mtnl.6, I, ? '
t "Am '
Bradford County.- I +ri;<:ar; ;
default will <_ ,
; otherwise a 1I01..loa. Ii\t'j InduntrySpo
John Torode Chairman| -
be entered against you for the Bradford County Zoning A COkx/;"'Slt.e, 29.Jet d2q"r)' \ .. d t iiiiiA : I I <:r relief demanded in the petition. '''11'yy!%'4< aAVE 1iis'>.k ., I' :.t t>? lJ S., wrt.d .
Board. : $. ,
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Witness this Court my hand this and 8th the day seal of 4/6 2t 4/13 & g ., '. 'j': ),

of March, 1972.GILBERT.S. BROWN, NOTICE 1\l!% )'.'II P. 4 4r ."
\ '
As Clerk of Said Court Peggy H. Thomas and George I & )' 1 T-'Our' e e
; ,
By Beulah M. Moody Pierce have made Application : .",I' Out Disraum; i k ''J. ,' t Discount Price
Deputy; Clerk. to the Bradford County Zoning Pr. -
Board for classification of ,
d .? t't\ .rare? n ,
<< \ of r ;
WII; ,' a iv '
< I (
4/6 the property; described below .. "" ,. .
4t ,. It .
3/16 '4. onceu .roes j L ". .. .tt
from Rl B to BR Retail Sales iyla' ,K e, u ....;.. .
& Service). 4-A In Section 32. i

IN IN COUNTY AND, FLORIDA.JUDGE'S FOR BRADFOR6COUNTY COURT 300'6S.This 22E Deep.change Being In 841'classificationIs on 301 -by I ''i V; r3Qft.HbVe brAllt'; ed.11 ( r' Eagre 4

In re: Estate of subject to a public hearing ,' 4/ EVERY ITEM ON THIS PACE IS AN EAGLE PRODUCT! YOU WON'T BELIEVE THE?' QUALITY OF Charcoal :' .,-

25 at 7:30 PM in the County; ; DISCOUNT STORES) (YOU MAY STILL SEE ARMY-NAVY 3 .
Commission at the Brad- lo' Jiflhl by'lafiltiofl *
room v 'E ,Cary

ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF which time all persons Interested : "'" Orm$SbeeS For Mill burning. P'rojM'jthnrIHU '' '.. ''f :

SAID You DECEDENT hereby notified thata shall be heard tor or %a ;aW N:.w 'd!.tirictTv$ .tyl,.i Ch e*.. from, l .,( !tr ri tealay.liab4yl4Lbs, :
are the proposal
against1n Cods t 3-b'monayJUrp; trap and! bucklestyling
written instalment purportingto the Zoning of '<< ono ,;
P.> ;; be the last will and testament Bradford County. E" ':" ", :'- 'Xylli'v. Popular tlc olor.,'liii SAYE 14% .w

of said decedent has been John Torode, Chairman ;' t bees' .,. ((2J SAVE L00 K.'r ,r :i .

admitted to probate In this Bradford County; Zoning .. .',::fL. E I.
court. You are hereby commanded 4'I 1 : '
within six calendar months 4/621p 4/13 S Pisct Dotarfont ,
,Y.1i : ..( 'ca : Wed.
; ( ; ; w ?
date of the first publication -
from the """ y Hue Troe Sits
of this notice to appearin ,,. ''ni4We.. !.4.. "., Control ltd ludi. I .
this court and show cause, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 4 eftromie mug Contain XIOTOM, LLB
if any you can. why the action TAX DEED and a irwtol tr.. bleach & e f'
of this court In admitting said Sec. 194.16 F. S. A>iort>dcolori.Deearativ n.rt. ncom- ,
will to probate should not stand 1S HEREBY GIVEN and .A m.nH.d 'or alt l
C. THORNTON the practical. wa..10tbr '
WTI RON A. YAWN, County holder of the following certificates Eagle' Striped Sneakers' Boys' i Youths' SAVE 32% '.
has filed said I certificatesfor ;: .
Judge Comfortable low styling -ohlie with '
Dress Shirts For ion top
Bradford Carob. Florida a tax deed to be Issued block stripes or block with white stripes' IJ1 ':, '
By Dolores Dampier thereon. The certificate numbers 6M p-lyester, ., 35* e-t- Sure eriprubb.r soles and rubber captoe. Our Discount Price :\.
Clerk and years of issuance ton Short sleeve llyling Sites from! 6 to 10-11 I I la l-2> ta 6. Was1'l / ( Eg lei 216c .0'\

First publication on March 16, the description of the property / :I in new bold stripes far SAVE 31% Lawn Food ,} r g
In which It Y Spring. S".. 14 to 17.
; and names ,, w
1972. Rich In ni'ragen. Hit)1) d
{ .
follows Our Discount
was assessed are ai : : \
George H. Pierce Certificate No. 47. Year of t SAVE 13t Price: Was III r:1t&Lslot in lion, tine ond ranqonete. }
Keep rn
1030 your .
P.O. Drawer .J.dS' t&UTT
Fla. 32091 Issuance: 1983.Description. One Go!ton* Eagle ,.
Starke ,
Attorney 4/6 for Co-Executors 100 .W of SE of NWl4ofNEI4 ; AikbSeltxw.' 4r .*"'' SAYE 10% Tool Assortment ,n, :,

316It Tract In SW-l/4 of 11/Pc, hex key wrench e 2-PC. point i$
then N 100', W 100', Our Discount Eagle' i ; 'i A { scrape' e20-Pc. oss''*. hacksaw blades urr ,
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT- S 100', E 100' to Beg Sec. 16.65. 7 Price Was : {tilr.rv.ieyAnolqe. Our Di eount Ain 25-Pc. sandiia d> snrirvj return t'
IN AND FOR BRADFOR6 T- R-22-E. ) 2.2t ; 100% Nylon Tank Tops I c. r Ikahtlro T ylr. '/le.SBC key 9 Gz.chain hafT"5. ST.--11/16"PC. jeam'er plug!' *, wrench screwdriver -

COUNTY FLORIDA. Name In which assessed Thomas -. For Ladles e rl i' r t let pistol ftp hacksaw 9" % ,
In re Estate of L. G. POWELL Discount Company.All ; y 1 I arfedo level.! Mix or Mach.
deceased.: of said property; being EagleShorty / n n I SAVE 21% i ii
Cool, sleeveless, fashionable
in the County; of Bradford State ;
Pajamas J pullover style. '' t Our Dxcoun* Price
creditors of the estate of ,of Florida. 3> ?U. : For Men Comfortable s-t-r-e-t-e-h. : DIKQt wed 2I961y
Unless such certificate or Wa" 476 ? t J [I ,
L.G. POWELL deceased, are a- fabric In on assortmentof s ,,'
shall be redeemed '' p'i''f Hondso-ne coo styling Eagle Me !
hereby notified and required to certificates ;j .;* lovely spring corn .SWe1t NI.bW Eagle
according to law the property; with shor* sleeves and Sites Sm. Wed & Lg. 20" 3-Spe d ..
or demand IOC'S As 17 PC.Cutlery Sets i *
> coon. *
which described In such certificate egs ,100'S"
may have against certificates will be sold to >,4:, sar'ed pfin-s.A.B.C.D. t All stoinleit steel I with serrated M Electric Fans ;
Mid estate In the office of the or b ..ii; >E In r o Migh-lmpoet{ front( i
edgei. set genuinerosewood
the highest bidder at the courthouse SAVE 37% + h Amekgy+'
county; Judge of Bradford Coontr. SAVE lox i ./ hand'es. Set In* I and bock grills.
: Florida, in the courthouse at door on the first MondayIn : o'er 5u6 t elude* S piece kitchenkil'e 9 Winq unbraak-
Starke. Florida within six Month of May, 1972, which @ .e, r >, k i '( 3 piece carving able blade*.
h '' 1 TOUP i
calendar months from the date Is the lit day of May 1972. Our Dlsount Price US !@ 1 'I'' l .> set, 8 piece steak set. Baked enoiielflnlih. :
March, ftiL 17200, '
of the first publication of this Dated this 13th day war1+6! S3l l SAVE 1.08

notice. Each claim or demand 1972. G < S-, -- r, SAVE 3.88 .
must be in writing and must GILBERT S. BROWN Wa..6f 1 Our SUcfeunf Ptic* O Di.counWaJjC
Clerk of Circuit Court of
state the place and residenceand County Florida. : r p n. Aaa. ..Ou Dhcamt Pe.p0 ,
post office address of the ; 5 Wo.JiJ6'
claimant and must be sworn 4/6 4t 4/27 VE51ER 4/' s lot

to by the claimant, his agent EagleRain tt Eagle r *
or till attorney or it will become APPLICATIONFOR Eagle

void according to law. NOTICE OF TAX DEED Jackets For Men Hot Pants For Ladles t IIIr SpF 4' Shower Curtails I

March 6th 19TJ. (!>G 7 Full Die: 72" X
Sec: 194.16 F. S. Clear vinyl, with hood. 4 Eagle 1
GEORGE": TU; itERCE CO- NOTICE IS J. HEREBY OVEN, Zipper Von, To. poe...... IOCS'! po'vesePu"on k' s 72", Waterproof. .
II .*. -I II" Fluorescent Lamps
EXECUTOR that JAMES C. THORNTON ft* Idea! outdoor locker' far ..,t "'yl:'nG wl'h elof'c wos ondlro'hnc.'t P Coin proof and
Estate of L. G. Powell!, doe holder of the following certificates 1 sea.'..51...'S.M.L.XL.. Twopocke's. ', c'10Ise..".. /, f mildew proof.Assarted f. IS Watt. Fluorescent lamp Ire!ud.d. I
has filed said certificates > Ai.or-ed co'o-s. I-f i eels No special wiring. Easy to Install, ,
MAY FRIPP POWELL CO- for a tax deed to be issued SAVE 28% SAVE 1.00 '' 'rl' SAVE 14% Fits anyvuhers; under cabinets, etc. ,' I

Excutor thereon. The certificate. numbers SAVE 1.00
Estate of L.C. Powell de- and 'years of 1.1IIIIDc:8othe : Our Discount ,, e Our Discount Price -:'' ,
a .it':
eeued. Ptlca. PPlc. Wa. r- 5S3 Y Our Discount Pries
description of the proper .. Our Diseoun': B'L '
First publication on March 16, ty, and the names In which It Wa. Jtt i Wo, .3/1.18- 1 I d Nr ,

1972. was assessed are) u follows: .
CeonreH. Pierce Certificate. No. 73. Year of "t .!'

P.O. Drawer 1030 Issuance 1968.Description. .. "

StaJ1r.e. na.Att0rD87 of Property; Beg I...: t
tor r Co-Executor. 100' N of SE Cor of a 2A TractIn .t.

8716 4t fie SW-l/4 of NW-1/4 of NE- riiiRvtr'it ir 1'tf''f '>D> NOC A C> tif iisCl ,
/. N 100', W 100. S 100-, :. ;; vi iin i o 4o- .' *1 ST fW' 'Oil' r Of, ''I H, .' ,C'K'.tt-tVmt, iS1 t'4 l r'>"<(TM '
NOTICE E 100. to n)1'. Sect U. T- 'JC'-Jt C J| Sf'ACn' I I -Ll/I-Winr.,''/. .' (f** H|WII-.CH' rf\i 1.40 I.D?,,, .:.'
r'wm not be ,.. lble In'debta 6-S.R-23-E. Io'
made by UI1 .. Name In which .....aecl1bo- 'fi

oCber than W"1t. George Pri- mas Discount Company. SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OR YOUK MONEY BACKn
vett. atp., fie. AH of said property being

Page 6 Telegraph April 6, 1972

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1972-73 Racing Tax Teacher Unity Meeting ; '64 was In charged local arrange

School Doled OutFlorida's Tagged With Union LabelA Jesse McCoyJesse Chas. L. McKeeCharles ments.

J. McCoy ST., 77. Hose
Calendar "union" label has been light Tuesday when BEA President poll BEA members to find out died Sunday Apr. 2, In Bradford Louis McKee 65, Panty
racing tax yielded placed by the Bradford School Steve Miller requestedthat their feeling. County; Hospital after an of Bradford County; died Wednesday -
$9.9 million to Florida's 67 Board by a move stemming the organization be allowedto There are 86 teachers In the Illness of several months. He ; Apr 5, In the Gainesville ANY SIZE I ANY SHADE
counties In March Florida from the National Education meet at 2 p.m., which would county; who belong to all three was bom In Pike County, Ken- Veterans Hospital after
AdoptedA Comptroller Fred O (Bud) Association to unify: all state Interfere with a school day. professional organizations: tucky; on May 25, 1894; was a a ahortilinea.. $3.00 Per pr.
Dickinson Jr. announced. and local education organizations Pressed for a reason why Miller said, and 130 who are retired coal miner andamem- J2.00 Per Pr.7NO 'I
"Each county will receive with the national one. the teachers should meet dur- members of the BEA only. ber of the Holiness Church. Me was born In Salt Lake
197273 Bradford school ",OlIO,"Dickinson said. "This Is An April 25 "unl caUoa I Ing school hours Miller said School Board Chairman Rod- Surviving Is Ms wife Edith City; Utah on Oct. 25, 1906; (1.00 Per Pr'1 !
calendar nobody apparently $1.000 more than they receivedfor meeting" of the Bradford Education he wanted all teachers pre ney Hall termed the unity; bid F. McCoy of Starke; four sons was a retired mechanical engineer
likes was given approval Tuesday Association to sent. He termed the proposed Kelly McCoy Rlchlands Va.; a member of the Episcopal
after a lengthy discussion the same month last year. came session a unification meet Bert McCoy North Canton, 0- Church, a veteran of
before the Board of Public This fiscal ,....-tAHtate. each ing.Supt. idol; Jesse J. McCoy Jr., Ruesell World War D, and a Mason. 2'1PURYES '
Instruction. county has received",500.and KindergartenRegistration Tom Casey pointed out State Issuing Springs Ky.; and MichaelA. He had made his home with
Students begin school next fall each will receive an additional this means teachers must vote McCoy Starkes; one stepson his sister.Mrs.Winifred Glenn, ;
on August 28 and will complete $139,000 each for the next three at this time on whether to remain New Road Paul D. Church Jacksonville for the past year.
their 180 days of Instruction Florida MI'
affiliated with the
months. Under Florida law. the : two daughters, Mrs.
required; under Florida law on amount each county can receiveIn Set May 24 Education Association and the Violet Compton. Detroit,Mich.. ,. Besides Mrs. Glenn, he Is
June 6. 1973. Teachers begin National Education Association.To survived by one brother,GeorgeW.
and Miss Sue McCoy
pre-planning on August 16 and racing: tax revenue limited to remain affiliated next year (FPR)...Florida's official Battleboro, N. C.; two stepdaughters McKee Alhambra. Calif. HOUSE d i iOF
finish their 196 day work $446,300: a year. local education \vn\ road m.sare being ,
year all teachers In the
Children who will be five Mrs. Anna Lee McCoy -
The racing tax Is levied on dog distributed by the DOT and the
on July 121973. association must agreeto
and) horse well of on or before Starke and Mrs. Lois Funeral services will be held
tracks as as jai ;years age of Commerce MILO
Holidays are Labor Day,September become members of all throegroups Florida Department
WMtaker Friday In Salt Lake City Utah.
alai fronton betting totals. All January 1, 1973 may be registered Snellgrove N.C.jpoe ;
4: ThanksglvinK. Nov for to be known as a Uni- brother Tolbert McCoy DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
23-24 Christmas proceeds go into general revenue kindergarten at the ProfessionUTP The colorful printed on La"
; vacation fied Teaching maps FII.
elementary school serving their Starke; one sister, Mrs. Ar- y, TPCHG
from which each receivesa
Dec. 18 to Jan li; Spring vacation. county residential (. ). recycled paper, measure 30 by pha Griffis. Palatka and 11
zone on Wednesday, ;
AprUl8-20. monthly allotment. May 24.Florida. Since: the FEA's abortive 26 inches and feature Information grandchildren.. ,
There are eight days of pre- walkout three years ago the designed to be highly
school law Funeral services were held ----------------
Dlannliur. AUK. 16-25. four davs now requires unification movement has been helpful to Florida motorist and at 2 Wednesday In Jones STVED :.
that children have a p.m. !
of post-planning. and fourplan- birth certificate a health certificate under way. Teachers have been tourists. Memorial Chapel with Rev. I. j l LLIGTs ,ILay ,
ning days during the to all three
year are and record of complete encouraged Join Interstates, primary highways V. Luke officiating Interment
scheduled. Immunization before initial organizations local: state and and toll roads are clearly Lake .
Christmas vacation at 11 days entrance. to schools. national. This year If a teacher defined. Forested areas are' was t
will be one day longer than I Required Immunizations are Joins the Florida Education Association shaded in a pale green while CAMERA ; --J-E ;
usual but state law prohibits DPT POLIO MEASLES andRUBELLA he must also Join the urban areas are shown in move for collective bargaining GIFT EPT.
holding school between Christmas national organization, the National yellow. It Is a union tactic he c
and New Year's Day. Easter certificate Is unless filed for exemption medicalor Education: Association. The map, on a scale of one said. Local rapport between administration CAMERAS Lore Selection Gre.tieg; Cards, 1
also come late. In 1973 Next year the unity effort extends inch to approximately 17.4 and teachers will PROJECTORS JEWELRY FOR "NORITAKE"
setting the spring vacation backto religious reasons. These down to the or- be lost Hall fears. SALE
Immunizations be obtainedat county; miles folds in an accordion fold, OR RENT' Ladies d G.nts CHINA
April 16 with only six weeks may ganization."It's "Since this Is more than a t
one of the simplest folds for refolding "
c doctors' offices or at the "
of school remaining afterward a big decision: for BEA meeting, Board Member WATCHES +
The Bradford Education Association County; Health Department.Certification teachers"Supt. Casey told the ease. Charles Sawyer asked Miller ALBUMS "FEHTON"PHOTO
asked the school board forms are available board, and could divide them. If the BEA meeting couldbe SUPPLIES BIBLES ART CLASS
Tuesday after the calendar had "How shall I feel about through the County; Health Miller hedged when asked Ifall held after school."I QUALITY FINISHINGS BILL FOLDS SILVERWARE
already been prepared by prinelpals. women'* Lib, dear?-I meanto and/or department, local doctors teachers, or Just BE A members The fear the connotation takenon LAMINATING RADIOS
elementary schools and universal ,
to limit PTe-DIanr1Irw to the paUle?" would be welcome at the excise Is that any way we vote on this" Framing
sae week. SEA President Steve must be signed by a doctor or BEA meeting. When asked If there are a few bad apples faevery Sawyer said. He said he didn'tsee 1
Miller said more days shouldbe authorized: County Health Department teachers not belonging to the barrel, and we accept It any major problem In work- Bridal Gift Headquarters
devoted to planning during county next fair and the administration official. BEA would be able to vote. without asking why (hisshould. Ing around meeting during
School administrators be the ... 104 W.
urge c. school hours. CALL ST. PHONE 964-n71
the year so teachers could catch could use more Miller said he would have to
up work and be more on top than the eight days of pre parents to proceed Immediately ;(
to complete Immunization
of their responsibilities. planning to use for orientation.
of their children and to
Middle school teachers should The school board's main objective ,
obtain birth certificate and
be meeting with high school personnel according to Board I
health record to
prior registration .
now about schedule assignments Member Charles Sawyer,
on May 24. This
applies -
for students should be
moving to shorten the calen-
also to children
up Miller said but there are dar to allow students a better
no planning days left In whichto shot at summer Jobs. first grade'who have not attended
do this.Supt. After kindergarten and to students -
much discussion, how- '
Tom Casey on the other ever, the calendar was adopted entering school for the
hand, pointed out there will be unanimously on Sawyer'smotion. first time In Florida at any
about 60 new teachers In the grade level.CASH tiik
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'Based on a comparison of sticker prices for base 2-door models.
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Roy Green celebrated his
birthday on Easter Sunday with D4 WEST MADISON STREET, STARKE
even ot his nine children: and
their family coming home for
the occasion.: They Included: Mr.
and Mrs.J. T. Taylor and children -
of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. .LLt
Kenneth Green and children of
WUdwood; Allen Green and Ann ,
Tyner, also of Wlidwood;Mrs.
Troy Jones and children: of
Harlem Co.and Mr. and Mrs.
George Pierce and daughter
of Brooker. These along with
his daughter Alleen and his
wife. Mildred accompanied: Mr.
Green to church.: Another JEEF
daughter/ Mrs. Robbie Bran-
ham and family of Jackson-
ville Joined them for dinner.
The Brannams brought friends
with them, Mrs.Virginia/ Blount
and her three sons. Mrs. Pearl PEO
Markey of Brooker also enJoyed -
dinner with her brother, Quantity Rights
Mr. Green. Reserved
Joining the group for egg- R
hunting and Bunny; Birthday. WINND/KI/':10.R'MNC.' .
Cake were: Mrs. Evan Hodges I
Gnann and children of Middle-
burg and Marie Archer Lake
Butler. Everyone had a wonderful W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE ROLUO

Wednesday ELEMENTARYOn March 29.
Miss Hill's and Mrs. Kahn's
classes wont on a field trip ROASTtV
to Mister Donut In Gainesville.
The children saw how donuts
are made and each child was r
given a sample of the finalproduct
-- a delicious chocolate : 6N'I
glazed donut. Afterwards,
the classes enjoyed a picnic +
back at the school.:
All classes: at Brooker Ele- Y. I )
mentary enjoyed an Easter Egg 1 I r BONELESSSAVE
Hunt and party; on Friday,March : j d htW + 1 .m.w.w ..d a
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Monday March 27,Forest <* LB. r SrLB.
Ranger Wayne Wall made a presentation .
to Mrs. Scott's 6th
grade class: telling the students
about the work Involved In pre-

fires."Smoke Two Pilot"films and were"Talent shown for STRip.DsTf k

very Disaster.Interested" The In students Mr. Wall's were GRO BEEF VI

and appreciated his
visit.program ((10 LDS. $5.79))

regular Spring! classes Vacation will resume end on as $ $ 99

Monday, April 10,'at Brooker @
Elementary. 9qg 2 68
PERSONALS 1 0 8-o=. 5 LB.

Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Adams AVG. PKG. ,L8.
and Bobby, along with David
Stalnaker, left Brooker on Sunday -
camper enroute to Dallas -
Texas, where they visited "
Mrs. Adams' and David's bro-' "POTPIES RORK'm CHQPS: ,::r ,
ther and sister-in-law, Mr.and : ;; :
Mrs. Wayne Stalnaker. While
there they enjoyed! touring the '
city. Including: a trip to the
zoo and going up 42 stories ofa 20LB.

Life.43-story" Bobby building enjoyed"Southland watching 49 vlNrND 6 $1 @ 71B @'

building.Kennedy helicopters Memorial.route They land and also on On saw traveled top Saturday the of Kennedy this the- IOVE B AG-VU 89c SAG PIES L8.

they toured Six. Flags Over
and Fort Worth. They returned I Vi-H. $1 ".". Fruit Juice 3 ss $1
from this enjoyable trip on Potatoes . 6BRIDGFORD PKOS. Napkins . PKG. lOePAIMAUTO. '

Tuesday Airman, March and Mrs.28.Tony Cast- DEMI LOAF ..FROM PALMETTO. SAVE 11c.DEEP SOUTH...PROM ORLANDO
len of Tampa were here for e .
the Easter weekend, visiting Bread . e ;: Guava Jelly 69C Mayonnaise -
their parents Mr. and Mrs. .
Ronald Bristol and families.Mr. 10'.1. $1 $ 19 5 .'.1. *l
and Mrs.Jerome Kelleyof . 3 '*". Brooms . EACH Sausage . CANS

Orlando visited their par- ., SAVE 30e.ASTOR, .PROM ORLANDO
Mr.ents,and Mrs.Mrs.Doris John Kelley Williams and, 18C 4 15..1 $1 O Salad I Oil 'e,. 68C
Lettuce Spinach C"'NS eOTTIEII
over the weekend. e e POUND e .

guests of and Tallahassee Mrs.of Bill Patty's Bigham.; were parents weekend, Mr. Cabbage 2 HEADS39c Large Eggs 2 OOZEN 89 Acre Peas 3 ss;: $100MORTON

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fus-
sell and son of Tallahassee
accompanied: Hilda's mother
Mrs. J. C. Harrell, to morning ( -
worship services at the CREAM PIESA..DG T
Brooker Sunday.Baptist Church on Easter -

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grin- limit 3 with $7.30 or more purchase excluding cigarettoi

er rell.end Visiting of,guests Mr.Jacksonville Mrs.and of Mrs.Ramona's Amanda were Guy week-Lewis Har parents .LEMON COCONUT 4 $1 1 56c CI e :(' 3 $1 $aJe 07 HALF 28 @

( during the Easter weekend were BANANA '4..*. 49-oz. GALLON

her Mr.children:and Mrs.and Allen grandchildren Lewis: and: ..CHOCOLATE NEOPOLITAN PIES BOXES BOTTLE

family of Starke; Iva Mae Lew-
dicott and children, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lamar Hall and chll-

dred Mrs.daughters, all Malcolm of of Brooker.Gainesville Lewis; amid COFFEE CHEK DRINKS POTATO CHIPS

Mrs. Pearl Markey, Mrs. Iva (Limit 1 Maxwell Houie or After coffee with $7.30 or morepurchase
Douglas, and Mrs. Amanda Lewis excluding' I cigarettes

Mrs.visited Lewis's Mrs.brotherinlawand Markey's and FROM ASTORCOFFEE JAX,FLA. 21 c $ e "TWIN PACK"
sister Mr. and Mrs. R. a t tl a e
K. Dukes, In Lake Butler Monday 5 1 48..

Prayer afternoon.List for this week: SAVE COc 29c 1-LB. 13 12... 29c), 9'0'. 11 )

Monroe Barnes, and Morris c l lw BAG CANS PRO.4tf .
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Appointments Said Rubber Stamp' Operation Prisoner Charged showing Your if generation nor Identify gap"21p.Is

toe Through' the Tvttpf rit o
In what was termed'. a rubber late In completion Architect Is still to be settled. The contract late completion; or $30,600 on at 6 p.m. to work'out that In DeathA Nick Lucas Instead of Tiny
stamp opn'atiun the Bradford Frank VYalrath. reported. The with Forrest Hills calls the vo-tech Job. A meeting was problem with a representative Tim.
School BoarcI..e. auesOoa of liquidated damages) for 8200 per day damages tor set for next Tuesday April u. of Forrest HUls.Muggins 20-year-old RaIford prison Prison officials have not recovered

day 104 teacher* tor reappoint-. __ _._ u__. .__._ -- -........- __ ...._--_._. -- inmate baa been charged the murder weapon,
went for tile 1972-73 teni with first degree murder and<< which was presumably a homemade
Itaatalls.g assault with intent to commit knife.
"I won't use the term 'rubber .; t murder In the fatal stabbing Assistant State Attorney Mack
.tamp.' but thaf. what It amrj y'V of one Inmate and the Injuring Futch of Gainesville said the
Is," said Chairman I w ; t of another at the RaIford motive for the stabbing Is un-
of the. list of mun banded State Prison early Monday. known. All three of the Inmates -
the board by Supt Tom CU 1. \ Donald Marcus Brooks, serving are black.
The flat bad been compiled : a sentence from Fort My- Brooks, who will be held at
by each principal and gone aver 1 ataet It 4\ ers, was charged with murderIn the prison, Is serving a life
with Supt. Tom Casey as the death of Jimmy Bay term for rape.
KM been the practice for years Burnett, 28, of West Palm tr-; ,
among Bradford education administrators. Beach who died from a stab .
EIah -lIw teachers wound in the upper chest Just + a
Every sporting event on TV
were reappointed on an below the neck.
annual contract basis and 19 i Brooks was also charged In begins< with on* announcer t.U-
were placed on continuing con the stabbing of Burnett's cell- ing 'Hit' other' that, promises
tract. mate, Calvin Austin 19. of St. to "be a great game. And 'iff
Petersburg, who Is reportedIn odd how seldom! the second

Every teacher Casey said, satisfactory condition at the fellow dltagrtti. .,
has been notified of Ms reap- prison hospital with a wound N'Y r4tl
polntment status prior to April + ., Y In the upper chest
1 as required by state law. I { I
Four teachers, all at Bradford
High School: were not recom-
mended for reappointment The 3 REASONS
School Board voted only on the I I
list of personnel suggested tor BY ]JIM LAWSON
reappolntmenU WilY YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR

"We're really responsible In MONEY WHEN WE INSTALL AIR WHERE IS t/'ENTBB
the end," said Board Member OF TUB U-S.T
Charles Sawyer.' "On what I Can you guess the location of
Just voted know nil." the geographical center of the
In what he: termed a "strong Untied States Give up? The ex.
recommendation," Sawyer said : ,. 1. The All New Chrysler Airtemp act center! of the United State faa
that prior to recommendations : ,, unit Is The Best The Market Has. point just north of Lebanon
being finalized next year school Knnsift.. This spot Is a historical
board members should sit with site marked by a monument It
principals and go over each as / 2. Only Expert Air Conditionin in an attraction for many tour'
teacher's file. Other school a"w 1w. ? Men Will Install No Trainees Is III.
board members agreed."It Lebanon Is a small c mmunI.Iy .
doesn't mean we'll changethe located in the northern section -
principal's opinion, but I Pretty Anne Terwlllegor. 1971.2 Bradford County a kiss on the cheek to get him moving on the.peaker's 3. Low Overhead Assures You of upper Kansas near the
want to' know he has one (an Of The Lowest Possible Price Nebraska border You should
opinion) and that it's based ontact Strawberry Queen brightened the fair opening Wednesday.She platform and had a little fun with some the
have little trouble locating
," Sawyer said."We've cut a red ribbon to .pen the fair, gave George cotton candy. Queen Anne will be around all four since most
spot on a map map-
gotten balled up about favfc__, af the lairMarch. Why Not Call V. Today For makers designate It with a special
a meeting we should have had mark and an explanation.
a month ago" Supt. Tom Casey Devrick To Present Rain Year's Free Survey Of Your Need You won't have any trouble
stated. HighMarch
locating our business since we
"What If teachers have a are always located at the same
of? Do hold Race Drivers Here the PtIQNf 964-8343
they a meeting rainfall reached a Thursday, following severe place and doing business as
about him? It's a two sided which racked the area
1972 high of 6.6 Inches In BradWlndl usual. We know that our customers -
affair, said Board MemberH. ford County, most of It falling Tuesday Win'strawberry We Service All Make are our biggest asset and
A. Lawson His
make effort to see
last week when the we every
drew a laugh from the board Devrlck Inc. will host the brought numberous awards to low county experienced center of the county, 4.6 Inches that they receive the beat to
members and those school personnel Champion Highway Safety Pro its national sponsor, Champion pressure area was recorded in the three service.
gram which features Spark Plug Company. and high winds, according: to the berries .
present nationally Among the SR-100 headquarters the days, making unstable -- S Oi=MRYSLER.
In other action Tuesday the known race drivers, that will these are three National Safety Florida Department of Fores for long shipment At rtemp : o..o..o.
school board: begin at the Bradford High New River 4.1 Inches was mea- '
-Accepted bids on five projects School auditorium April 13, at ; Council'public) service a- try. recordcared in the three days.
: commercial vehicle drivIng 1:30: .p.m. wards and the Alfred P. Sloan, Heaviest rainfall was Average rainfall for the threedays
Jr. award for outstanding service ed at the Santa Fe Fire Tower
radio & television repair was 4.9 Inches, comparedrain
"On the race track or high- to highway safety. Other which measured six Inches of STARKE AtJD ..yARxttommA
diesel mechanics, commercial to the total of 6.6 Inches for
way, attitude is the biggest in three days last week,
citations have come from United -
and and electromechanical the entire month of March.
cooking baking, -
factor In sate
driving. By keep- States Auto Club, Continental Tuesday Thursday, March far in 1972
total- Total rainfall
cluster Ing a car In good operating Casualty Company and 2830. An Inch fell Tuesday stases HA. U.S. 301
Ing 28000.All bids were turned NORTH
condition, being alert recordIsI9.32Inches,5.99Inchelover
mentally then 2.5 Inches was I
Public Relations
the Societyof ,
over to the administration for and practicing common court- America. ed on both Wednesday and the 50-year average of 13.33 PHONE 964.00
evaluation awarding.A project esy, all of which reflect the inches. _
e S e e e a e e S S S e e a e e e e S e Aa
on prevocational agriculture proper attitude, we could substantially -S0 e e e a e e Aaeee eee eeee S. S e S
in the middle school Is reduce the annual I
being rewritten, Supt. Casey traffic death toll" are some I Iit
said.Agreed of the comments of Speaker I
to call for bids on Freddy Agabashlan. retired I II
I rasing the old 2-story 'C' race driver. 88'!
Building at Bradford High, for
years the main ,high. school .> t Now in its 17th year,the pros,, 1

building. It and still guidance mjjses! adminIstratlon ''. ever gram.. kit has been million'presented.ifcewadet to.rwsp' '. I I I i ,t;, M 1r Iw f+rAwa i '

business education classes,and throughout the US4 In over
study halls. ', 7,000high schools. It had ;a" .

"That doesn't mean we're I s t' : A
Homo do It," said Sawyer who .
made the motion at Supt Ca-
sey's recommendation.Was .
told by Attorney John _
Kopeloiuos there is no legal I Jl ,
reason' to call' the Board of :: ::; I : .. /
Public Instruction..anything: / but _
that in legal documents. There
had been some question about
Show Begins At Sundown
I the board's legal name In the

Casey recent said.Okayed bonding. procedure,Supt. FRI., SAT., APR. 7, 8
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$87,000 In construction -
draws on the high school 2 SHIVER AND-SHUDDER I "" f I
and middle school construction
now under way by Triest Con II
. struction Co.Accepted.
complete- the horticulture as substantially domeat ; ?--- I

the vo-tech T ? : .-
center, part of I : -
a construction Job by Forrest : ; $ ,
Hills Construction Co. of Jack BlE YIEIR91 \. ._
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Miss America.Frem New Lairs e

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that residents planning new construction
( Page I It) or moving a mobile
borne onto a lot will comply
tests In her senior year, (97L fore with the county; coning code.
she finally consented to try & s ) were The measure will also give
again."I Tve ; on t&e Tax Assessor Gene Long, a
was getting up In years goals for It. No method of keeping up with new
for a beauty; contestant,'* says. But ; ; roads construction or additional mobile -
Miss America now 22. along Pierce homes much more convenient -
Go In her fourth try Laurie Interests than riding the eounblook-;
Lea again won the local level and ; n Ing. Now he simply can referto
pageant. She also hurdled that younger In Brad the building permits he Issues
tough state level pageant, "ButI wants a ; the sub- In Ms office.
sure didn't think It was a She plans ; Is not Both local power companieshave
y cinch." "I'm court- agreed to cooperate by
.lh+lr r In Atlantic City; last Septem- too." refusing electric service If a
r i I.twj ber, Laurie Lea thought she'd Miss say vaUd permit Is not submitted
Just have some fun and enjoy : US-301 by the prospective customer.
the experience. But on Sept. 9 ,needs The ordinance passed the com
she was crowned Miss America ,dens It Is mission unanimously Monday.,
of 1972. pearing board Lump sum funding' of the Development
"It's been a real leal'lWV'experlence. '' press : that Authority; became an
It definitely Is an ski, and on SR- Issue when a state auditor
extension of* my education." try new It than the county; had been paying the
Miss Schaefer plans to use sklls where DA In that manner without proper
benefit from me year as Miss America secon- statutory authority; Since:
America to do postgraduatestudy Its on ; cross- the board desires to allow the
In radio and television. ter. sys development authority; to spend
She hopes to begin a career She vel' the $10,000 yearly allocation
w aa
r In television, but has made ed to an ney as It sees lit, the new ordin-
no commitments as yet, preferring at the Samp ance was promulgated.
to wait and see what ping only ; wash- Commissioner Bryan objected -
develops. work. to the word "directed"when
i 'ta} s c.1'w Marriage Is a possibility; next "1 Saxon the ordinance'was presentedto
year. Laurie Lea's "boy I'm not ; to the the board last month. He
friend" Is. back In Columbus, here." homeonGrlUlaLoop.'f; ; ; at the wanted the decision to make
Ohio In his first year In medi- She left L.Mat the payment left to the discretion -
cal school. She feels the year (Thursday : of each board. When
away has enabled each of themto a.m. flight Its see the mandate stayed In, he voted
w u 4+ea evaluate their situations.The In .
beau, whom she had dated for attend a of the no."I'm opposed to the mandate,
two years, made a straight 4.0 travel ; ; sys not the appropriation," Bryan
last .quarter, she proudly pointed ing her of stated.
out ca. Is The DA funding ordinance has
"Being away makes the heartgrow no penalty; attached. Under the
fonder, but It also makes Miss ,with building permit law, however,
: : t J : ) it grow lonely Laurie Lea this year' of a violator will be subject to
y admits. Service a $500 fine, six months In
Miss America of 1972 wantsa the ; and Jail, or both.
career, and thinks she'll try Gillette. court Copies of both new laws were
eight pretty girls, from 1519 years old, will compete far the crown of the for a career In television be- here by mailed to Tallahassee and will
Strawberry Queen Saturday night. From the left are Terrl Kit., Susan Smith, Teresa office become effective when the county -
Durd.n, Jonell) McCe.. Martha Buckley, Donna Prevatt, Sutie Powell, Vicky Turner Post has official acknowledgmentfrom
and not shown T.rrl. McNeal. : of the secretary of state that
main- each has been filed In his of-
to The new laws are the third

I. Council Sets Date For Rezone HearingA SR-235 M. F. and 72-2,fourth the ,County numbers; Commissionhas 72-1 and

enacted under its home rule
petition containing 21 signatures permit the construction of to six all-brick buildings, with public bearing on a request power In three years. The
representing 14 families apartment buildings on the pro playground and a nsld ntman- by Edwin Williams for aban- owned by first law, number 70-1, author-
in the neighborhood, was on file perty. ager. doning a portion of Washing U. S. 301 ized the organization and fund-
at the City; Council meeting Raymond Duncan representing After, hearing Mr. Duncan's ton Street, which Is shown on Longhorn Ing of county; volunteer fire
Tuesday night protesting a a group of developers negotiating presentation the Zoning Board plats as extending east of St, said that off departments. The second established -
change In zoning from residential for purchase of the voted to permit the request Clair St.:, but had never been Interested safe sanitation rules for
to multi-family on a 5.15 property from Williams, presented for rezoning to be advertisedfor opened for public use. The adjoining perty for .. livestock maintenance.
acre plot fronting W. Lafayette preliminary plans for hearing, and the matter property owners, to racetrack. ... '.
Street, between Westmoreland the proposed construction at was referred to the City; Council whom the 50-foot street would was con 'e a e
and Epperson.The the Zoning Board meeting last to set a date. Board mem- revert If closed are Williams frontage paper
Council set 5:30: p.m. Thursday. It Is proposed to ber Marguerite Hall abstained and Mrs. Virginia Sapp Hans- tial back the Anothtr" lighting' of a Martin
Tuesday, May 2, as the time construct 50 unlta, consistingof from voting because of a "con- bury. The'portion requested to The Silver Hermann, 'was reported from
for a public hearing on the 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apart- filet of Interest," since her be closed Is between 400 and the Zoning ; with South America.' This species
request which was filed by the ments at a total estimated cost home Is directly across Lafayette 500 feet long. In other was
owner, Charney Williams, ata of around 750000. The units Street from the property The City; Clerk reported.. the of the teems to resist' extinction as
meeting of the City; Zoning would rent from $90 to $125 in question. ceipt of an Inquiry from the -Agreed stubbornly' 0 a. that whooping
Board last Thursday. The zon- per month and would be contained The May 2 date was also set Gainesville office of Young America about 300 : at crane.
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Vol. 93 No. 36 Thursday, April 6, 197Z 2nd Secion! I I lPalatkaKunne.rsEdge

..Tigers Win 3Straight BHS Thinclads 100-82

To Run Skein "put Bradford it all together"thinclads Big Red

i : Tuesday night but It

was not enough as ;ai,

Palatka South used RunnersFifth

great depth to

: To 7 squeeze by the Tor-

nadoes 100-82 in a

trl-meet in/ Starke. r

Lake Butler's Tiger In the showdown between the AtLee

baseballers hada two conference powerhouses, "
the score would have been lot 1S -
good weekend .as "1 closer, 96-92 Palatka, had "
they rolled over '.. \I:'. Bradford's sprint medley relay, H Jimmy Andrews' record
three teanis I'!,';',; team not been disqualified for : breaking performance In the
start- a foul after easily taking first 330 hurdles paced Bradford to
Ing Friday when they ;i't': place. a strong fifth place finish among
topped Holies of Jacksonville was 15 teams Friday in the Lee
Daytona Lo-
third in the trl-meet with one Invitational Jacksonville
,pez 6-2. then ran ",-.'.., point. Jacksonville Raines ran away"with
"It was a tremendous meet, r
over Chlefland + expected
7-1 even with the foul,"Loper said h ? with fiblpoints. Forrest
Saturday, 'and'wa1 "We know that for us to win, I High of Jacksonville distant
was a -
would have to put it all I Iti
Icped Williston 12-1. we second with 45-1/2 points
together and get our best per- while Palatka South was third
formances out of all the boys 7 '
with 30. Wolfson of
The three wine pushed Lake "We did, but It wasn't quite w finished fourth, half-
V rtler's record to 9-4 tor the enough. Palatka Just had too a
point ahead of the Tornadoes
,stson. much depth."I ,y %ty tydash. with 2612. BUS finished with
The last time-Lake' Butler couldn't be prouder though,

played Daytona Lodes they beat ,,' it was our best team effort to 26.Senior captain Jimmy Andrews -
them 17-2 but 'They didn't ., "j, date. Every kid came through yes av ry, led the team with a sizzling -
make as many errors and had :6Ir: ;; :G .";. o, with a tremendous effort and hot performance In the
new ; \ I we proved one thing 330 intermediate hurdles which
Coach :.r !& "We are strong enough to beat
should rank him nationally in
In the !I '' ," ','.i Palatka and win the conference 4k} the top 20according to Loper.
hit a \ championship. In the conference Andrews captured the Tornadoes
In to I ? championship meet there will Moloch! Henry posse tho baton, to>> Tim Clark In tho front petition but they only first place finish In-

the ball be eight schools to eat awayat wore disqualified. the meet with a 39.7 clockingto
Also In Palatka's depth. set a new meet and school
Simians "We don't have the depth; ka has run a 2:03.5. record and Is favored in the ..hould'be favored in the dis record.In h
second we have 14 boys who me
whole load." carry "This should be a real humdinger triple-Jump. cus. He has thrown It 145 feet other point winning performances
Then ," Loper said. to date. Donnle Birch placed
putting Senior captain Jimmy Andrews -Lennon (BUS) la unbeaten In -North Marlon will be real fourth In the 880 with a 2:00.-:
ron paced the Tornadoes with the 100 and has to be favored strong In all of the relaysas 5 clocking. His time was .8
Slrmans two first place finishes In the -Andrew. (BUS) is favored well as BUS In the sprint Finals and trials will beginat of a second off the school re-
Johnny hurdles. Andrews ran a 14.7 medley and 880. 3:30.: Admission will be
in the
winning in the high hurdles and a 21.0 charged after 5 p.m. with students cord.Levy Lennon finished
holds BUS second -
players in the 180 lows -Henry a school -Smyrna Beach's Tumblln 50 cents and adults $1. in the 100-yd. dash with a
and one .In his first track meet of time of 10.1. He also placed
Cason the season, Bernard Brown fin- fifth In the long Jump with a
last ished second *in highs with a of 20-2.
due to 16 flat and second' in the lows Green Machine Wins -The sprint medley relay
Curtis with a 21.5. team of Lennon Anthony Hen-

--wtt than ) : d0feated'in"the'f00"yard' Levy Lennon ,to(date" is. dash un- .. w, ,- I .v nY i
and Top two."up ( this Lennon year. captured' nut o' place, Cocoa Beach TourneyStarke's y' 2:03.2.:-880 relay, team composedof

tona' Tuesday night with a 10.0 clock-' the same four finished in
W. ing. Vernon Barber was second fourth place with a 1:31.5: clock-
ach. for BUS with a 10.4 while Tim Ing."I
Lake Clark finished fourth. powerful Green Machine e !' thought the team's effort
six hits Barber finished first In the Invaded Cocoa Beach Friday was outstanding," said Loper.
tona Lopes' and left Sunday with the f'Since break .
440 with a 51.8 clocking. we were on spring ,
Both Donnle Burch captured first championship of the third annual Ilia meet was optional and we
at bat, place In the 880 with a time Canaveral Seafoods Invi- 1. Only had 12 or 13 boys but
game. of 2:02.: tational ,Softball Tournament.! stall finished In the top 5."
The 880 relay team of Anthony Using a six-run fifth Inning,
Hendrleth, Malachi Henry the Green Machine (formerly
Saturday Tim Clark and Levy ,Len- Garden Restaurant) motored
to '7-1 non finished In first place witha past Jerry' Catering of Miami -
tory 1:33.9.In: 12-8 on a blustery KiwanIs -
the pitcher.In fir the 220, Levy Lennon cap Island Park infield Indian
tured first place In 23 flat. The Green Machine so dom-
walked I Tim Clark was second in 23.7 inated the tourney, that five
and then
) and Brown fourth In 24.2. members of the squad were
walked Shorans In the long Jump Henry took named to the 10-man all-star ( Golfers
first place with a leap of 20-' team. In addition, Townsend ,
bases .,. 9. Levy Lennon was third witha Strickland who moves the team, r>
double, $ Jump of 20-4 while Clark was named all-star manager. Finish
Slrmans finished fourth for BHS. Jerry's had to play the final "
Lake Curtis White took first placein ..v nk
three games of the afternoon
In the the discus with a throw In order to work out of the Season
a walk by of 120-1/2 feet. He also was loser's bracket and Into the
tie got third in the shot put with a final game against the even-
then throw of 39-1 V2. Farelon Mc- tual winners. Keystone golfers ended their
drove In .eNg.10)I Clellan won the event with a The Green Machine broke season Thursday with a team
part of throw of 39-8 V 4. open a game which was closeto total of 333 to finish 13th among -
Faron took second 33 schools entered In the
', Jimmy Ricks that point with a six-run
mans place In the high jumpclear- explosion In fifth inning. At District m golf match at Plantation -
the night Ing 6 feet. Steve Stricklandwas that point, the Machine led only Inn In Crystal River.
get a hit fourth In the pole vault, a run, 6-5, over the challen- Ninth grader Bret Cole paced
Herbert and 'Mark Hodges fourth In the gers. the Indians with a seven over
scorer mile run.Friday. In the fifth, the Machine hada par 79. Jim Leukel finishedthe
run and afternoon and night barrage of seven hits. After 18 hole course with an 83
Lake : the Tornadoes will host the John Watson reached first baseon while Larry Turknett struggled
31 at bats' 880 Fifth Annual Starke Invitational an error, four straight singles in with an 85 and Bobby
had 24
With 17 schools expected. brought home three runs Hayes an 86.
game. LB ex Schools other than BHS expected to start off the big inning. .Winter Park won the match
at the meet are: Palit- Tommy Clark's fielder's with a team total of 305 while
ka South. Bolles. Orange Park. choice then scored Larry Hin- Orlando Bishop Moore finished
Lake only Clay High, Buchholz, P. K. gle from third. Woodle Strick five strokes off the pace at
Willlston Yonge, Ocala Forrest, Ocala land singled In Clarkand Rick Brad Carter practice tho cleanek/ on. of his two 310. Both first and second place
the Tiger sec Vanguard, Live Oak, St. Augustine Turner ended scoring for the record brooking lifts, tho other was tho curl. teams will now go to the state
High, St. Augustine Inning with yet another match
in the School for the Deaf, North single which scored Strickland. Mike Sullivan fired a one
only: 17 one Marlon, Bishop Kenny, Palat Turner, the Green Machine Under par 71 to capture low me-
Just Terry : 24.5 ka Central, New Smyrna Bch., first baseman, went three-for- BHS LiftersTake dalist honors and lead Ocala
runs for ran and Waycross, Georgia four at the plate Including a Forrest to a fourth place fin
triple and two RBI's. Strick- ish.
hits. Fred "Based on the season, Palat land was three-for-three, all Sullivan will go on to the
'.J. ., GrUOs three sec ka definitely has to be the singles, while winning pitcher EastsideThree state finals by virtue of cap
on 2:27: team favored to win the meet," Paul MacArthur had four sin turing low medalist honors.
Faron was Loper said. "Teams most likely fti a practice round Wednesday
Johnny : to upend the 1971 Florida gles.The Green Machine had taken Keystone turned in a team
and Star Champs are North MarIan the lead for the first time Bradford High weightlifting Hurse. total of 313 which would have
for Lake nut Clay, High the two Ocala In the fourth Inning when Clark records were broken in BHS ruled 34-29 over Eastside been good enough for a fourth
a teams, and Bid.Either and Turner each knocked: in a the last two weeks by Tornado in a dual meet In Gainesville place: finish Thursday
'a" from had way it should real- run. athletes Brad Carter Carl Luther to help them prepare for 'We shot pretty; well Thurs
inning. : in ly be a tremendous meet." Before that time, Jerry's had and Bob Dyal. the state weight I lifting meet day," said Indian Coach Lyn-
twice Twenty-one; events are scheduled taken a 3-2 lead after the first Brad Carter broke the old in There Gainesville will be'Saturday people doJ Klrtley. "The ball Just did-
/ Including the 3000 meter inning and a 5-4 lead advantage clean and Jerk record held by BIBS seven n't go in every time. Last
"Dale from in the
for steeple chase and one mile walk. after the third.Losing Micky Agner who lifted 237 mr we finished with a 341
ler's According to Loper, boys and pitcher Ernie Yaro- In 1965. Carter's lift was 240. contest. The seven are Brad so we did Improve.
with events to watch are: shuk, who got back-up pitching Bob Dyal broke the old squat Carter, Dennis Crawford, The match Thursday ended
one -Charles Norris, Palatka from James Washington collected record by 10 pounds. The old Wayne Tetetone, Randy Gaskins. season play for the Keystone
"H. has five South, in the high jump He a double and three RBIs. record was 555 held by Allen Stuart Strickland Chuck golfers as they finished the
and had has cleared 6-3 this year. In addition, Dave BriiMe, went Crawford and Dyal's new record Norton, Bob Dyal, Gray Flynn, year with a 9-$ record. Keystone
Richard said -Ricky Golden of PUatka In four-for-four and Jim Metins Is 565. Carl Luther madea and Steve Crawford who will hasn't lost a home golf.
two in
listen with both the mile and two mile. three for three. margin of 15 pounds for the battle it out for the seventh match In two years.
Ia Golden Is one of the top distance Both teams picked up 19 hits new record in the dead lift. man. "Being on the home course
'.l" 11 for the runners In the state. In the game, but a strong left- The old record was held by In first place for BHS In the leaks a big difference," Klrt
Faron long -Orange Park's John Kil- to-itght wind, which opposed Bob Reaves and was 440 pounds meet against Eastside/Stuart ley said. "But 1 thought we did
for-two christ and Waycross' Connelly light-handed batters, helped and Luther's lift is 465. Strickland lifted: 420 pounds In red] well overall this whole)
: two RBTs. in she steeple ch.... prevent any home runs. "Carter had a good day In the 123 pound class. ye"we
collected l -According to Loper the most The Green Machine finished Eastside and had a good clean Leonard Sapp grabbed second had a few bad matches
Jbhnny exciting race should be the the tourney undefeated In five and Jerk of 235" said Coach place for BHS In the 132 but we should be even strong
,:.J.. against .... 880. Bradford's DonnIe Burch games, while Jerry's of Miami David Hurse. "I believe he can pound weight cia... Sapp lifted er next year." .
nine has run a 2:00.3.: Ocala For- concluded the tourney play) withS. be the state champion in his 450 pounds Jim Leukel will graduate this
bits and, ; : rest's Roberts has turned a ( .. class which is in the 198 (see 10J| Mean but the remainder 0( the
;> ($. ) 2:00.8: and Peoples of Palat- Page 10)) pound class," also stated pegs will stay intact.

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.. Golf Set This Weekend

p.. Dolles proved to be a poor, : Oak came to town Saturday and I' and won In a sudden death
field of 110
: host Tuesday afternoon as they; bombed the Tornadoes with a large men and Steve Scrattord, young Gaines playoff. Hallle Seymour was ;
toys will take to the links at
tended Bradford's baseball*! barrage of hits to hand BHS ville golfer who Is winner of third In the Macclenny tour ;
h( the Starke Golf and
l : ,tfMrfr ION straight loss of OK"; their 11th loss of the! season Club this Friday and Country Satur- the 1971 tourney. Is one of few ney. Bill Adams a student at
10-3 after the Tornadoes area players yet to enter. of Georgia, 1
season 13-4. day In the 6th annual Straw- closed the University *.
t had fallen victim to With the win Tuesday Holies berry Invitational Golf Tour- The course: will be a talented goiter and Is expected
Palatka and Live Oak over the clinched at least a Ue for the nament. to normal play Friday Satur- to be home for the tour
.,\t 'Weekend. Florida Star Conference championship day and Sunday until 4:30: or nament.
Entries had to 95 Monday
Friday night host Palatt grown 5 pjn. when the tourney play- week Satur-
',' \ with two games still according to Pro Herb finished The following ,
South came with1 IttJ remaining. ers are expected to be 22 the first
up a run Herres, and he expected to day, April annual
'the bottom of the reventhto' Bradford led off with three rr have to limit the number with each round. Jaycee Golf Tournament Is
dip 2-1 by the Tornadoes. LipACINATINGI.\ runs In the first Inning to take 110 before opening the tourney to The Pro-Am Tournament .is scheduled with 40 players entered -
an early lead. Charlie Green i set Friday. so far That tournament ;
led off for the Tornadoes with Many good golfers from such the pro says, should not Interfere .
I" a double. Eddie llazen then Machine Winsa areas as Palatka, Melbourne, with local play. ..

.walked and Larry Brown singled Jacksonville Gainesville,Mac- The country club has its annual

t's 1?f to left Held Green scored 4.2 record. Both losses came clenny and Keystone Heights !Luau scheduled: In May.

on the single but Hazen was th ( at the hands of the local team. will ;join several local playersfor The Wednesday night stag
thrown out at third. Brown advanced In the first game of the tour- the tourney. suppers are still going strong
to second. nament, the Green Machine Top local golfers entered Include Pro Herb says. The.ladles have
Joey Bennett then singled to romped over Jerry's Catering Harold CBlsh) Bishop who Invaded, however The first
left field to score Brown. After of Melbourne 24-1. In the sec last week won the Macclenny Wednesday night In each month

stealing second. Bennett later ond game the local team Invitational. He shot a 71-74 the ladles are Invited guests.

BY scored on yet another single squeezed by the 1971 state .- .- - -.
Stewart - -
by Duncan.
champs, the Satellite Beach
J JIM LAWSON Bolles scored one run In the 1 Longhorns, 1413.In .
', bottom of the first. Bradford ""L; Its third game, the Green 101 CHAPMAN MARINELAKE
p I held onto their two I'Wlead
1 for three Innings. The Bull- Palatka' runner almost dominated the long distance runt as in the picture Machine rolled over J. M.

.-- ,dogs then exploded for four when they were on the second lap of the mile run. 4 Pontiac of Hollywood, Fla. 10- ; CITY U.S. 41 SO. 752-8882
and In the
DOES YOUR $OATQUAUFY game four met
runs In the fourth and five In
AS A YACHT the fifth. Jerry's Catering of Miami for

Lots of people have nice boats. Larry Brown was the start the first time and downed them Do You Know .'
k r I but what does it take to qualify Ing pitcher for the Tornadoes. Tigers Win Bradford Teens 12-10.
;r ; tor the title of "yachf'T First He received relief help from g. ,A4i flfUarw On the tourney all-star team WE CARRY FULL LINE OFMERCUIY'MOTOIS
"off, a vessel has to be over '50 Donnie Wise In fourth and Randy Spending, Over 987-6-4320 for the Green Machine was .
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Ji feet In length and used exclusively McGovern In the sixth and seventh 'n"Social .
I.. for pleasure to meet the cus Rhoden' In the outfield, Tur- 1
"This victory leaves team $1.5 MillionAlthough ner and Strickland In
our the Infield
'if' basic qualifications as a yacht. Julian Ditto was the winning -
":' It must also qualify aa a luxury pitcher. Ditto is ranked as the with seven straight wins and McArthur at pitcher and :|
cnft. capable of transporting top hurler In the conference. our players think we can win many adults in Brad .,flit survivor curily,pay d.b.h., ,.",n.- Merrill Strickland as manager. PARTS AND ACCESSORIES .,
and accommodating passengers. without two starters the rest,", Wright said. "They! ford ..d Midicaro" Homerun king of the tourna-
II' Playing County chose to cut downon ment was Warr:n's Motors'third MERCRUISER STERN DRIVES & PAJtTSFACTORY :
\\1. These are the basic quabflcai1tfoni Bradford fell victim to a hard have a winning attitude from their expenditures during
i Jr. but yachts naturally vary ball club Saturday the last baseman Al White, who TRAINED SERVICE DEPT.
hitting Bulldog winning so many games. I think year or two while waiting powered eight round .
: ", much In size :just as automobiles 134. this Is real good," said Wright for the economic climateto People disabled since child. in six Six trippers :<
do. There U a vast amount '. The outcome of the game was also. Improve, their teen-agers hood may be eligible for the competition games. had players In Operated by a man of long experience ti.
.of difference hi a 50-foot( yach<)l I. (i never In doubt as Live Oak "Our pitching Is coming did not. They continued to live social security benefits. or more, and more homers than and unquestioned ability.. :':'
and some or the larger yachts led off with six runs In the top through for us. Cason has a it up. thirty had at least L
three. '.
which exceed 300 feet in length. of the first Inning. They later 5-1 record and has a batting Free spending youngsters '.

Older) yachts were equipped with added runs in the second third, average of 513. Our team hasa were not bothered In the slightest ...

sails and auxiliary engines, but and sixth. batting average of .270 over- by talk about inflation, big .
most modern chips" are powered Bradford scored two runs In all," were comments from taxes and the high cost of liv-
.. solely. by engines. ?_''I.' 'the third and sixth inning. Wright.
1 You are in for "smooth sal According to Tornado Coach Lake Butler faces a double ing.Because their in rrn "
Ing" when you do business with Wayne McleodBradfordplayed header against Hawthorne Friday most cases had bigger incomes, UiJi} WEEK i

us. It's our purpose to accon? **one of its best games of the at 5 pjn. and then plays than In other years and were d

modal our customers with thai J season as;they fell 2-lln Palat- Baldwin at 7:30: with both gamesat able to give them larger al- \

very finest in quality scnrlc ka. home. lowances they had more mon- Y! .. r
( Our courteous personnel are happy "It was one of our brightest ey at their command than ever paintsTHIS
4'1 to serve yet.rTA.KI "{ games In a long time," Mc- before an estlmatedI,551,000.
r Lend said. "Little Donnie Wise Softball
II' t. .. II! ,, pitched the best game for us And out It went, but fast
.- since Green's one hitter. It never had a chance to bore
holes in their pockets. LI
Palatka scored It's winning t
run In the final inning. The TourneySet The expenditures centered .:
't4'' IOaIDA .Braves had five hits and BITS for the most part, on enter
four In the game. tainment, food and hobbies, with
"i HereThe '.
Palatka had four singles and4'a cars and gas high on the list .
U.S. 301 NORTH :t... double. All of their runs for boys and grooming'Items ...
were earned as the Tornadoeshad In the top spot for girls.
; PHONE 964-Z500 Green Machine (formerly .
.i' no errors. The evaluation of the teen- !'
Garden) will host the 3rd
Annual Starke Pro-Season Slow age market is based upon the
BHS Lifters Pitch Tournament April 14-16. findings of the Youth Research I k xrf

Institute,.APparell.Manufactuia; //I

;{ Thirteen'Teams' are'expected ers Association,,,;;Jand othersq" ? I AiwV t Y v 1 L
*' 'ItF n{ >V4"J'f" f''O'r Miami area, one from Tampaand tin1the \
27-1/2 t4
.. million .
for BHS but failed. ,6o *- two from Georgia. Games n-agera -.
: Wayne T tsone( and Randy will be played from 7:30: p.m. United States earned, received ..
r Gasklns took second and third thru 12:30 a.m. Friday and 8a.m and spent nearly $20 '.
N DRIVE-IN place honors for BHS In the billion In the past year.It r
thru 12:30
: a.m. Saturday.
165 pound class. TetstorMllUt.- represents a rate of $730
Show Begins At Sundown ed 550 pounds to place second pjn. with games the finals start at at 4:30.12:30: per year or nearly $14 per
while Gasklns was 10 pounds week for those In the' 13 to t

'f Fri., Sat., April l 14,15; short at 540 for third place. Having won the first tourna- 19 set The young ones get )
Chuck Norton lifted 590 ment In the state the host less than that and the older
pounds In the three required Green Machine Is favored to ones more.
lifts to place first for BHS
win the Starke tourney,accord- At GOOD QUALITY
it' In the 181 pound class. Cray that average rate, the
Ing to Manager 'Townsend _
.Flynn made second place liftIng 2,125 in Bradford County who
530 for BHS. Strickland. "Two other teamsto are In that age bracket are
Brad Carter pounds lifted 695 pounds watch are J. M. Pontiac out spending some I,551OOOayear

tl In the 198 pound Class to come of Hollywood and" Bold City In local shops. r J INTERIOR LATEX

In first place for BHS while from Jacksonville. Many of the teen-agers In the >

tt' Wayne Lambas took second J. M. Pontiac will probably area earn part of this moneyby l t

lifting 550 pounds be the Ft. LauderdaleHollywood working after school and EVERY 2ND :
en their White and Colors.
Dennis Crawford took' first area champs, said Strick during summ vacations. ; .
_place In the heavy weight class land. The Green Machine The rest of It comes from cash Fast <-
gifts and weekly allowances In
lifting 575 pounds while Glenn downed them 10-4 In the third GALLON
f' I It it* Norton placed In th..same class. game of the Cocoa Beach tour- emounts adjusted to their needs. Ferrrec1
To retail merchants, of evengreater
.. ,., ,
.. ney."Bold City is probably the Importance the
sales to their teen-age cus-
second best team In Jacksonville rai
tomers Is the strong Influencethe
," said Strickland, "Be- Pik
FLORIDATHEATRE youngsters exert on family
hind Warren Motors
who will Regular
purchases generally.
be the Interior hl
hosting national champ-
Nationally it Is estimated,
t "
lonshlo this P
:vear. $45 Wail
more than billion of famIly Flat
,' Field manager Is Jack Ha buying, ranging from cars $
>A zen. Sidney Jackson is the base to furniture and from food to :, gg 1! ;
coach while Townsend Strick- vacation trips. Is affected .
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 land is the general manager. In Bradford County, In line
"Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 with the overall findings this w PER NO
The Green Machine Is 11-3 influence lOrjjl
applies to purcl al. GAL.
in exhibition games and will '; NrtCoTdr
: es of about $3,490,000 a year.
Fri.f Sat., Sun.-April 14,15,1 play close to 150 games In the LIMIT

upcoming season.

Wa ts'Evenf

"1STACY. IIACII rAn DUNAWAY! isTOUi !' Neraa And Activities From
\ ....DOC" > MARY CARTER'SLATEX "h H';' ;...v\ 4;',* '"' .

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Quality Latex House Paint for Wood, j ,
BANTAM LEAGUE OPENS Monday night will find BrandIng '
This Saturday, April 15, the Iron'Restaurant taking on Masonry, Metal. Fast Drying, Economical. K

"r METROCOLOR 0 Bantam Boys Baseball League Cunningham Gulf at 7:30: p.m. i
JIN GP rANAVlSIOH' will open Its season with a while at 9 p.m. Williams Jewelry :
AOUIiIATA double-header beginning at 5:30: Community Bank will e
pjn. at the Pratt Street Little take on the First Baptist Regular
PLUS League Field. Church.All .

t POUCIfflinternI The first game will match games are played at Westside -. .1- ,
't / Police Dept. and Coca Cola Park. SEW '

at 5:30: p.m. and at 7 p.m., SCHEDULE: ,
BPOE will take on the defending THURSDAY. APRIL 20-7:30:

League Champs, Southern p.m.. Lawtey vs Craudon's Refrigeration -

t( Discount. Hippies: 9 p.m.. U PER GAL.
The teams will then begin Branding Iron vs Williams -
their regular schedule playing Community i w.

,1 single games on Monday and EVERY 2ND GALLONMARY
r I Tuesday, with a doubleheadereach POWDER PUFF LEAGUES .'
Friday. Each team will OPEN PLAY TUESDAY

play two games a week. The Powder Puff. Softball ''u
PVitSW coot a DrtUXE i,. SCHEDULE: League will open its schedule QNL Y. CAlLON

; DIE MONDAY, APRIL 17- 5 p.m., Tuesday night, April 18, ,
i Police vs So. Discount. at the PrattStreet: Little League

1-tun.| Mon., Apra116, n.If J 6AN6 TUESDAY APRIL 18- 5 p.m.. Field with a double header at I,
BPOE vs Coke. 7:30: and 9 pjn.
..' k u LIES 1HAIfiJSHHHT FRIDAY, APRIL 215:30: p. In the first game Barrett's > '
r,, j' m., So. Discount vs Coke;: 7 Concrete will take on Koch's :: :'
"' I I Plus MJIDNT pjn., Police vs BPOE.. Drugs while at 9 p.m. Bla- CARTER PAIN'.JS.102 .
ern! lock's Meat Market will meet
"r: L:" The, Degenerates'."1 MENS SOFTBALL the defending League Champs,

. I '" I The Men's Softball League Colonial Florist.
1, mated E. rownle0 St.
i4'I Phone 964-7025
will .
1 I X.18 yrs up open Ita'season Monday .SCHEDULEtTHURSDAY! e
Ii I ft1JAI6Il. night April 17 with doubleheaders APRIL 20-7:30:
i[R'f.. f' 'I.DRequired. scheduled each Monday Norman' Farm vs Colonial
: '
'tf._ Adm. 1.25/ ,." Mrmocoton MOM G Thursday, and Friday Florist; 9 p.m.. Barrett's Concrete
night. vs Blalock's Meat.
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Hampton Area News Y NEW" BOOKS Community News

Evelyn V. Powell

white ribbon ribbon for her tor her'mosaic handmade, and' / ........ GfoM. Waftar "I\;'' ,!

pot holders; Mrs Evelyn '-'

Vaughan red ribbon on her ADULT FICTIONA MASS MEETING evaluate Christian to Ms untajr.. leg Worship at IL Dlmer trill ,
candy strawberries; Mrs. Bar- Report From Group 17 (0- Bradford County fellowman and responsibilityto duty Sunday la Pastoral Day. Sunday be served at 12:30. League at It
Black Citizens
ribbon on Brlen) An Absence Of Belle 9:30 Morn- <
# bara Bruno, whit : School a.m. p.m. Evening Service 6 p.rn.
will hold the church to where
n.h n. (Wallace* a mass meeting see we "
her crewel embroidery pictures Time The Word _
; Mllene Rodrlquei red A -To Heal (Raynertj The AME on April 14 at Allen Chapel are falling short.

I ribbon on her candy;; Kevin Home (Mortimer);; Box 100 Invited attend All citizens are Greater Bethelhem Freewill
for his (Leonard) The Terminators (
Meng red ribbon registered *; ;
calf Tom- (Mather) Hide Fox And All May Day activity practice will Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
Angus *
i: ; ; start Saturday Apr. IS at 10 Williams pastor. Choir No. 3 \ ..1
: ; MM' my Meng red ribbon for hisregistered After (Y .* The Muller- )3.S ,
___ Charolals calf; Ml- Fokker Effect chael Mowry red ribbon for over Bid (Gatnham); This Way Sunlight Pallbearers No. 290 each Monday night.Senior Choir y
his registered Black Angus calf; To The Sun(Beylenh> Six Black will meet Thursday night. Apr. reheasal each Tuesday night. I j
20. at Greater Allen Chapel Prayer Meeting Wednesday
) Mark Joyner white ribbon forMs Horses (Davis>* Three MinutesTo
AME Church at 7:30. All members night. Thursday night the Ladies -
regist.redBlackAnguscow, Midnight (Davis)* The Mll- rfl
.Destiny are asked to please be Circle will meet at the : n CALL ,.
blue ribbon for showmanship lionalres (Kastle1.Doctor'
present and on time. Membersare home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. "
In herdsman award CSelfert* The Unbegot-
and 6th
place ; also asked to visit Mr. Story Hour at the church. Fri-
white rib- ten ( )* The Long Lav-
Randy Joyner Creasey 964400It's
bon for; his registered. Black ender Look (McDonald*; 71 Horace Dean who is sick. He day night, Prayer Band will i
would appreciate visits meet at the home of Mrs. Ida
Death your
bull Curtis Scott red Hours (Mason* Sybaritic
Ribbon winner th. Angus ; and Bunch In The Jun-
ot Foir were: front row (I.') ribbon for his registered Black (Roulb' Nixon Recession cards. Hawthorne.
Gene Joynor, Tommy Meng, Tracy Bruno, and Mllono Angus heifer; Gene Joyner two Caper (\,M8loneyTheKha.kl ior Ushers Board will sell potato -
Redrlques. 2nd row (l-r) Barbara Bruno, Charalene white ribbons on his Bantam Mafia(Moore*; Annie(Smith*; CHURCH NEWSA pies from the kitchen Fri- h
Rodriquos Barbara Hill Patience successful Countywide Revival day night. Deaconesses will sell j
and Evelyn Vaughan. 3rd chickens. The Temple Tree Beaty ;
Service held March dinners from the kitchen Sat-
(l-r) Kovin HUng, Michael Mowry, Randy Joynor and Mrs. W. Schaub Sr., guest and Sarah (Miller*; The 22 was:S
through April sponsoredby
Mark Joynor. Curti. Scott I II not pictured.We of the W. Fontaines won ten Jupiter Crisis (Harrington*; Mrs. Sarah F.Jenkins,Wore
gallons of gas and Ralph Vaughan The Way To Fort Pillow CSher-
won an 8x10 portrait In burne*; The Assassins (Kazan*; thy Matron of Francis Chap- Uinesvill( Hearing All C",
came through with flying out and occasional cakes red the drawing held by the Starke Home For The Wedding (Ca- ter 140, and Herman Johnson
colors at our County Fair with ribbons on her cup cakes and Auxiliary Police Dept. dell*; Shadows In Paradise(Re- president of Bradford Chapter
NAACP There were 12 converts MR.DLLUKDNE1
about 20 ribbons ).
won. crewel embroidery pictures, marque
and ten of them k4rld
Our champe are Mrs. Char- and white ribbons on her decorated SENIOR CITIZENSOur were
lene Rodriguez with six entries cake and panoramic Senior Citizens Club held ADULT NONFICTIONThe baptized, along with three other (
winning six ribbons and Mrs. eggs; Mrs. Barbara Hill, blue their first evening meeting last Secret Or Dreams (Stewart candidates at New Bethel Baptist IY'
Barbara Hill with three entries ribbon for her ladles navy blue Friday with 13 members pre ); As We Live And Breathe Church on Sunday Rev.
The following -
winning three ribbons. double knit suit, red ribbon for sent. After a brief business Popular Orchids (Rlttersha- Leroy Davis pastor. OWNER
Ribbon winners are as follows her yellow knit gown, and white meeting members enjoyed len>* The Family Circle Book ministers gave their
: Mrs. Charaleno Rodrl- ribbon for her white and navy group singing games and re- Of Carrers At Homo (Gibson*; wholehearted support: Rev.Dan : Fun To 'Phone! ,
quez, blue ribbons on her cut- pants suit; Tracy Bruno red freshments.The The Middle Ages (GaMbol) Hankerson Rev. Henderson ANtI
Rev. Montgomery
next meeting will be held I Feel Like Going Home (Gu- Hudson., Rev. I.
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April 21. at Hampton City Hall ralnlck)*; The Black American Rev. G. G. McArthur Leroy Call ouabusiness office for an
Rev. W. E. Rev. OPERATOR
from 7 to 9 p.m. Come and Travel Guide (Hayes>* Teach
3REAONS. bring a friend.PERSONALS Your Baby (PaInter)* Military Davis, Rev. Johnny Bryant extension phone today and
and Rev. C. E. Jenkins.
Aircraft Of The World (
}....Every Other Inch A Lady We are grateful to all who madeit Themost get right down to business!

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myeri 'rough*; Weep No More. a success.
YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR of Miami arevUlttnuthe George My Lady (Deans): An Evening
MONEY WHEN WE INSTALL AIR Rodrlquezs after fabulous trip With Richard Nixon (Vldal*; EBENEZER BAPTIST

CONDITIONING TO YOUR HOME! to Disneyland. Your To Career College If You're(Splaver Not*; The GoIng School Services at 9.45:start; Morning with Sunday Wor- powerfulNORELCO C; Florida State Telephone Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Match- Incompatibility Of MenAndWomen ship at 11. Deaconess Anniversary
ett visited' his parents, Mr. and And How To Overcome at 2:30: p.m. Evening Ser STARKE, FLORIDAA
1. The All New Chrysler Airtempunit Mrs. M. M. Matchett Sunday.; "/, The Matt. Y. P,J.vfc t "A*..t vice 6:30.Greater: behind-
Is The Best The Market Has. Mr. and Mrs. W. Schaub, Equals Opportunity; ; Employer; Member of Continental Telephone System
Sr. of Crescent City and Mr. (Gage)*: Aquarium Fishes (Atz*; Allen Chapel AME the-earaid
C. E. Jenkins,
rod Mrs. W. Schaub Jr. and Howard. The Amazing Mr. Church Rev.
2. Only Expert Air Conditioning Mrs. Florence Schaub, all of Hughes (Dietrich)' Herod The pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. made.
Men Will Install. No Trainees Bolunore, N. Y. visited Mr. Great (Grant>* A }Naturalist In Morning Worship at 11. Choir ever
and Mrs. W.Fontaine last week. Southern Florida (Cants*; The Union at Hopewell AME Church
3 All askedto GAINESVILLE
p.m. members are
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and Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Potter t activity. Evening service 5:30.
Academy ( Comix A
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Lowest Possible Price ; :
Smith and family went to Jacksonville All members are asked to reCASUAL -
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Saturday then on to America (Daniels); Those Inventive '' helped people Business Directory
Why Not Call U. Today For Lake. and Geneva Mrs.for Fred picnicking.Mr. Townsendand Americans (National .... } throughout
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JMTBHS Nine Loses S tr a wberry Invitatioial

A.rlf }I'. Drops 3 More Golf Set This Weekend

'"1'i '.jj rtk _
'Bollea proved to be a poor : Oak came to town Saturday and A UM Won Ui L a sudden death Tuesday afternoon as they; bombed the Tornadoes with a ''boy.large field of 110 men and Steve, Scraftord, young Gainesville playoff HalUe Seymour was ;
V will take to the links
at of
; handed Bradford's hits hand BUS golfer who Is winner tour
of to Macclenny
1' baseballei barrage t 5 third In the :
,1pa the Starke Golf and
if their 10th straight loss of tC; -- their 11th loss of the .season I Club this Friday and Country Saturday the 1971 tourney is one of few eel Bill Adams, a student at

'1'season. 10-3 after the Tor- 13-4. In the 6th annual Straw area players yet to enter.closedto the University of Georgia, la,

fiadoes had fallen victim to With the win Tuesday. Bolles t'1 1r berry Invitational Golf Tournament The course will be Saturday a talented golfer and Is expected :
Palatka and Live Oak over the clinched at least a tie for the normal play Friday to be home for tile tour
.' Weekend and Sunday until 4:30 or
Florida Star Conference championship nament.

Friday night! host Palatt Entries had grown to 95 Monday 5 pjn. when the tourney players ',
I. with two games still according to Pro Herb the: following week Saturday -
South, came up with' a nm f .J remaining. Herres and /he expected to are expected\ to be finished April 22, the first annual

the bottom of the seventh to'" Bradford led off with three r have to limit the with each round. Jaycee Golf Tournament la
Slip. 2-1 by the Tornadoes Lly( \ runs In the first Inning to take 110 before opening the tourney to The Pro-Am Tournament Is scheduled with 40 players entered -
an early lead. Charlie Green set Friday. so far. That tournament
led oft for the Tornadoes witha Many good golfers from such the pro says, should not Interfere
: SPABClfMATINQBY double. Eddie Haxen then Machine Winsa areas as PWatka Melbourne, with local play. '.
'I walked and Larry Brown sing Jacksonville, Gainesville, Mac- The country club has Its annual -

s 1!I, led to left fleld. Green scored 4-2 record. Both losses came clenny, and Keystone< Heights Luau scheduled In May.

on the single but Hazen was at (tie hands of the local team. will join several local players. The Wednesday night stag
thrown out at third. Brown advanced In the first game of the tour- for the tourney. suppers are still going strong
to second. entered include Pro Herb The ladles have
nament:, the Green Machine Top local golfers says
Joey Bennett then singled to romped over Jerry's Catering Harold CBIsh) Bishop who Invaded, however. The first
left field to score Brown. After of Melbourne 24-1. In the sec last week won the Macclenny: Wednesday night In each month
stealing second, Bennett the ladles are Invited guests.
ond game the local team Invitational. He shot a 71-74
[ > ter scored on yet another single .
squeezed by the 1971 state - -
by Stewart Duncan. champs, the Satellite Beach
JIM LAWSON Bolles scored one run in the {
Longhorns, 14-13. CH'-'MAN
t bottom of the first. Bradford In its third game the Green IOI MARINELAKE
held onto their two run lead I
T for three Innings. The Bulldogs Palatka' runners almost dominated the long distance runs as In the picture Machine rolled over J. M. I

'-... then exploded for four when they were on the second lap of the mile run. Pontiac of Hollywood, Fla. 10- ; CITY u.s. 41 so. 752-8892
DOES YOUR BOATQUALIFY 4 and In the game four met :
runs in the fourth and five In .
AS A YACHT the fifth. Jerry's Catering of Miami for

Lots of people have nice boats Larry Brown was the startlag the first time and downed them Do You Know .I'
t tI
but what does it take to qualifY pitcher for the Tornadoes.He Tigers WinFrom Bradford Teens 1210.
lor the title of "yacht"? First received relief help from so r arr On the tourney all-star team FULL LINE OFMERCURY'MotOIS
off vessel has to be over '50 for tile Green Machine was I ,
a Donate Wise In fourth and Randy Spending Over 984 ati-4320 TilIII
feet In length and used exclusively McGovern In the sixth and seventh ( Pag 9)) .a"6o.ld -. Richard Mummow and Mar- '
for pleasure to meet the cue Rhoden. In the outfield Turner 1
N "This victory leaves team $1.5 MillionAlthough and Strickland
our in
the Infield '
basic qualifications as a yacht Julian Ditto was the winning -
It must also qualify a* a luxury pitcher. Ditto is ranked as the with seven straight wins and McArthur at pitcher and l :

". said "They! .nt, W4 M.dic, .r*. Homerun king of the tourna-
and accommodating pa5sengerss Playing without two starters, the rest. Wright ford County chose to cut downon ment, was Warrn's Motors' MERCRUISER STERN DRIVES & PARTS? :
There are the basic qualifies Bradford fell victim to hard their '
a have a winning attitude from expenditures during third
lions;; but yachts naturally vary hitting Bulldog ball club Satur- winning so many games. I think the last year or two while waitIng baseman A] White who I FACTORY TRAINED SERVICE DEPT.
much In size, just as automobiles day 13-4. this is real good," said Wright for the economic climateto People disabled) since child-, In powered six eight ,;round trippers :-

'I' do. There is a vast amount- t.; The outcome of the game was also. Improve, their teen-agers hood may be eligible for the competition games. Six had players six In I Operated by a man of long experience I ti

j el difference In a 50-foot yacht;j, i never In doubt as Live Oak "Our pitching Is coming did not. They continued to live social security benefits. or more and more homers than and unquestioned ability., I
::1-11; end some of the larger yachts". led off with six runs In the top through for us. Cason has a it up. thirty had at least three. y
which exceed 300 feet In length. of the first Inning. They later 5-1 record and has a batting Free spending youngsterswere '.

Older yachts were equipped with added runs In the second, third average of 513. Our team has not bothered In the slightest --- .-.
Sails and auxiliary engines, but and sixth. a batting average of .270 overall by talk about Inflation, big .
most modem ships are powered Bradford scored two runs In ," were comments from taxes and the high cost of liv-
solely by engines. _?...' the third and sixth Inning. Wright.
You are In for "smooth sail- According to Tornado Coach Lake Butler faces a double ing.Because their parents in trn "carter

Ing' when you do business with Wayne McLeodBradeordplayed header against Hawthorne Friday most cases, had bigger Incomes m THIS i r
.... It's our purpose to accommodate -r *one of Its best games of the at 5 p.m. and then plays than in other years and were d W1EK

our customers with thof .J season al;they fell 2-1 In Palat- Baldwin at 7:30 with both games able to give them larger allowances '
very finest in quality serviced c ka. at home. a'
they had more mon- "i
Our courteous personnel are happy "It was one of our brightest ey at their command than ever .

rt to aerve you.lTA.KI games In a long time," Mc- before, an estimated$1.551,000.:
f Leod said. "Little Donnie Wise paints
I' ,. pitched the best game for us And out It went, but fast.It i
never had a chance to bore
since Green's one hitter.
holes In their pockets.
i Palatka scored It's winningrun .
In the final Inning. The TourneySet The expenditures centered, :=
Lo.IDArt Braves had five hits and BUS for the most part on entertainment y yi
,f ** four In the game. food and hobbles, with
\vet Palatka had four singles and HereThe cars and gas high on the list

U.S. 301 NORTH ::1... A.1 double. All of their runs for boys and grooming'Items yp
were earned as the Tornadoes in the top spot for girls.
PHONE 964-Z500 Green Machine formerly -
r t. had no errors. Garden) will host the 3rd The evaluation of the teen- p I
age market Is based upon the
Annual Starke Pre-Season Slow
BHS Lifters Pitch Tournament April 14-16. findings of the Youth Research

t Institute,.Apparel..Manufactucs v t 'd4r'k!' sr
Thirteen'Team I' fire-expected ers Association! ''and others I
1 ; ,
0\, 301, n"tFrJ"'flMN""J.J''II4"f '' ) Includlnr't1nI8""from"tlle'! The consensus fls that the} ,
d Miami! area one from Tampa f
27-1/2 million ,
twn-agers tin ,
BHS ." -
for but failed. and two from Georgia. Games .
the United States earned, received .
Wayne Tetstone( and Randy will be played from 7:30: p.m. and '"
Gasklns took second and third spent nearly $20 '.
thru 12:30
DRIVE-IN a.m. Friday and 8
; billion In the .
place honors for BHS In the past year.It
a.m. thru 12:30: a.m. Saturday.
163 pound class. Tetstone lifted represents a rate of $730 -
Sunday start at 12:30
Show Begins At Sundown 550 pounds to place second p.m. with games the finals at 4:30.:: per year or nearly $14 per
while Gasklns was 10 pounds week for those In the' 13 to

't Fri., Sat.April 14,1D short at 540 for third place. Having won the first tourna- 19 set. The young ones get ,
; Chuck Norton lifted 590 ment In the state the host less than that and the older

pounds In the three required Green Machine is. favored to ones more.
lifts to place first for BHS
win the Starke tourney,accord- At that average rate, the GOOD QUALITY
In the 181 pound class. Graylag r
Manager Townsend In Bradford who
.Flynn made second place lift Strickland. 2,123 County;
"Two other teamsto In that bracket
are age are
for BHS.
pounds watch are J. M. Pontiac out spending some I,551OOOayear
Brad Carter lifted 695 pounds
l0 of Hollywood and Bold City, In local shops. INTERIOR LATEX
class to
In the 198 pound come
from Jacksonville." of the In the ,
Many teen-agers
In first place for BHS while
k'f' r Wayne Lambas took second J. M. Pontiac will probably area earn pert of this money

..ash lifting Dennis 550 Crawford pounds. took first be the area Ft.champs LauderdaleHollywood said Strick-- by during working their summer after school vacations.The and. White and Colors. EVERY 2ND .

rest of It from cash
__place In the heavy weight class The comes <
land. Green Machine gifts and weekly allowances In 1 Fast drying.
lifting 575 pounds while Glenn GALLONRegular
downed them 10-4 In the third
amounts adjusted to their needs.
tlk >'tf Ie
Norton placed In the same class. gamo of the Cocoa Beach tour- To retail merchants, of even

h' greater Importance than the
1f\\ ney."Bold $ sr
City Is probably the
b sales to their teen-age cus-
second best team In Jacksonville -, tomers Is the strong Influencethe C
," said Strickland, "Behind -
FLORIDATHEATRE I youngsters exert on famIly -
Warren Motors who will purchases generally.

be hosting the national" championship Nationally, It Is estimated ineriwoalieP {;

this year more than $45 billion of famIly -

t}: Field manager Is Jack Ha buying, ranging from cars 1- _
k"I& zen. Sidney Jackson Is the base to furniture and from food to ; ;
coach while Townsend Strick- vacation trips Is affected.
It Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 land Is the general manager. In Bradford County, In line < $399 -I
Ma.vk Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 with the overall findings, this k as NON
The Green Machine is 11-3
II4FSi. influence applies to purchases \ na .
In exhibition and will ttont
games of about $3,490,000 a year. +
i., Sat., Sun.-April 14,15,16 play close to 150 games In the LIMIT

\ Wants upcoming season.

) Everlran"r ,
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/ IsiAamcHHL! OOIfA"'AYBAUJS' : I Ness And Activities From
.DOC" Y"'h," ,, ) 0 ,. .
MARY CARTER'S :q ;, ; tJ' 1.; .
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Quality Latex House Paint for Wood ,p ,
BANTAM LEAGUE OPENS : will find BrandIng
Monday night -
.. This Saturday, April 15, the Iron Restaurant taking on Masonry, Metal. Fast Drying Economical. }

Bantam Boys Baseball League Cunningham Gulf at 7:30: p.m.
; ANABULT IOPI PANAVISION' ,_ will open Its season with a while! at 9 p.m. Williams Jewelry ;
r double-header beginning at 5:30:: Community Bank will .
LOOK run. at the Pratt Street Little take on the First Baptist Regular {
AuFt PLUS: League Field. Church.

t The flrst game will match All games are played West-, :1. .
ImTS Police Dopt. and Coca Cola side Park. $ 99 ;p

at 5:30: p.m. and at 7 p.m.. SCHEDULE: :

S BPOE will take on the defend- THURSDAY, APRIL 207:30: .

1T (' ing League Champs Southern p.m., Lawtey vs Craudon's Refrigeration -.
Discount. Hippies: 9 P.m., LJPER GAL. w
The teams will then begin Branding Iron vs Williams -
their regular schedule playing Community. Fx A

) single games on Monday and
Tuesday, with a doubleheader POWDER PUFF LEAGUES ry,,
l each Friday. Each team will OPEN PLAY TUESDAYThe '

,.. play two games a week. Powder Puff Softball e
.. 'PWWSXir COUM by DeUflEtjgHMimmum .,;:;;:'" SCHEDULE League will open 'Its schedule U'; C4U.Ofd I... MARY CAA

a ** ti$' racVHAT MONDAY, APRIL 17- 5 p.m., Tuesday night April 18, .. .seMns1e,
Police vs So. Discount. at the PrattStreet Little League
'.1|$!un., Mon.April 16,17as f &.t.N6 TUESDAY APRIL 185p.m. FIeld with a double header at

.J. BPOE vs Coke. 7:30: and 9 pjn.
LIES ,, FRIDAY, APRIL 215:30: p. In the first game Barrett's "
m.. So. Discount vs Coke;: 7 Concrete will lake on Koch's :

I Plus ..,r",,, CQUULWISSM5OT p.m., Police vs BPOE.. Drugs while at 9 p.m. Bla- MARY CARTER PAINTS
I 1 -( in i lock's Meat Market will meet
,I I'', The' Degenerates'1 MENS SOFTBALL the defending League Champs,

', The Men's Softball League Colonial Florist .102 E.-Brown'ee' St.
Rated Phone 9647025r
X-18 yrs. up will open Its season Monday .SCHEDULE: ,
ffl 'f .. I I Ii I, night, April 17. with doubleheaders THURSDAY, APRIL 20-7:30
I.DReqolred scheduled each Monday Norman's Farm vs Colonial

''I i 't Adm. $1.25 .. .. MrmccoLon MOM Thursday and Friday Florist 9 p.m., Barrett's Con-
night. crete vs Blalock's Meat.

% .! age'0 Telegraph April'13, 1972

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Area News NEW, BOOKSAT Community News

By Evelyn V. Powrtl THE LIBRARY

I ribbon tor her mosaic, and' 4 ..
Br K2tmbtt GfotM Waftar
whit ribbon for her handmade
pot holders; Mrs. Evelyn.
Vaughan. red ribbon on her ADULT FICTIONA MASS MEETING evaluate Christian Ms tirdajr. lag Worship at 11. Dinner will '
candy strawberries; Mrs. Barbara Report From Group 17 (0- Bradford County Black CltI- fellowman and responsibilityto Sunday b Pastoral Day. Sunday be served at 12:30. League at 'I
ribbon asher Brlen)> An Absence Of Bella 9:30 Morn
Bruno, white ; School : .m. 4 p.m. Evening Service 0 pun.
lena will hold the church to where
> a mass meetIng see we
crewel embroidery pictures (RUBIN) ; .
; MUene Rodrlques red A Tim.' Heal Qiaynet: The AME on April 14 at Allen Chapel are falling short.
Kevin Home (Mortimer) Box 100 Church. All citizens are
her candy
i't ribbon on ; Invited to Greater Bettie hem Freewill
t Meng. red ribbon for his registered (Leonard); The Terminators
Black Angus calf;Tom- (Mather); Hide Fox. And AU May: Day activity; practice will Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
start Saturday Apr. IS: at 10 Williams pastor. Choir No. 3
red ribbon for his After CY .) The
my Meng, ;
Effect Take- a.m. at RJE school. and Ushers Board No. 2 meet
registered Charolals calf; Fokker <,$Sladek
red ribbon forMs Bid (Calnham), Th Sunlight Pallbearers No. 290 each Monday night.Senior Choir
Mowry over ) 1.
Six Black will meet Thursday night apr. reheasal each Tuesday night. ;
Black Angus To The Sun CBeylen ;
1 registered ; .f
20 {
at Greater
'' Allen Chapel Prayer Meeting Wednesday ;
era v+ Mark Joyner. white ribbon forMs Horses (Davis); Three MinutesTo
AME Church at 7:30. All members night. Thursday night the Ladies -
registered Black Angus cow. Mldnbht (Davis); The MUllonalres '
blue ribbon for showmanshipand (Kalt1e);Doctor's Destiny are asked to please be Circle will meet at the n CALL
and Membersare home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen.
present on time.
6th place In herdsman a- (:SeUert> > The Unbegotten '
; also asked to visit Mr. Story Hour at the church. Fri-
white rib- ) The Long Lavender -
bon ward for; Randy his Joyner registered Black Look; (McDonald)); 71 Horace Dean who Is sick. He day night, Prayer Band will ti 964-7000
would appreciate visits meet at the home of Mrs. Ida
Death your
bull Curtis Scott red Hours (Mason} Sybaritic
Ribbon winner* at the Fair were: front row (l-r) ribbon Angus for Ms; registered Black (Roudybusy): Tthe Nixon Reces- and cards Bunch In Hawthorne. The Jun-

Cene Jeyner, Tommy Meng Tracy Bruno and MiUno Angus heifer; Gene Joyner two sion Caper (Maloney)i The Khaki ior Ushers Board will sell potato -
Rodrlcjuex. 2nd row (I l-r) Barbara Bruno CharaUno. white ribbons on Ms Bantam Mafia Moore);Annie(Smith); CIIUECH NEWSA pies from the kitchen Fri-
Rodrlqu.i Barbara Hill The ( ) Patience successful Countywide Revival day night. Deaconesses will sell
and Evelyn Vaughan. 3rd chickens Temple Tree Beaty ;;
,(ll-r) Kevin Michael' Mowry, Randy Joyner and Mrs. W. Schaub Sr., guestof and Sarah (Miller); The 22 Service was 5 held March dinners from the kitchen SatGalntsvUliHtjrinxAUCe -
through April sponsoredby
Mark Joyner Curtis Scott l II not pictured.We the W. Fontaines won ten Jupiter Crisis (Harrington); Mrs. Sarah F.Jenkins Wor-
gallons of gas and Ralph Vaughan The Way To Fort Pillow GSherburne .
won an 8x10 portrait In )>; The Assassins (Kazan); thy Matron of Francis Chapter %
came through with flying out and occasional cakes red the drawing held by the Starke Home For The Wedding (Ca- 110, and Herman Johnson,
colors at Fair with dell) Shadows In Paradise(Re president of Bradford Chapter
our County ribbons on her cup cakes and Auxiliary Police Dept. -
NAACP. There 12 MR.lilt
were con-
about 20 ribbons won. crewel embroidery pictures marque).
verts, and ten of them were
Our champs are Mrs. Char- and white ribbons on her decorated SENIOR CITIZENSOur
lene Rodriguez with six entries cake and panoramiceggs Senior Citizens Club held ADULT NONFICTIONThe baptized, along with threeother CAaDNEtmEt r aaIt's
winning six ribbons and Mrs. ; Mrs. Barbara Hill blue their first evening meeting last Secret Of Dreams (Ste- candidates, at New Bethel Bap.
Barbara Hill with three entries ribbon for her ladles navy blue Friday with 13 members pre wart); As We Live And Breathe tist Church on Sunday, Rev.
winning three ribbons. double knit suit, red ribbon for sent. After a brief business Popular Orchids (Rlttersha- Leroy Davis, pastor. The following -
Ribbon winners are as follows her y.llowmIt/ gown and white meeting members enjoyed aen): The Family Circle Book ministers gave i
: Mrs. Charalene Rodriguez ribbon for her white and navy group singing games and re- Of Carrers At Homo (Gibson); wholehearted( support: Rev.Dan Fun To 'Phone!
blue ribbons on her cut- panta suit; Tracy Bruno, red freshments.The The Middle Ages (Ganshof);; Hankerson. Rev. Montgomery AM
.. n ________ nn _ __ __ __ __ __ _- next meeting will be held 'Feel Like Going Home (Gu- Hudson, Rev ,G.Rev.G, McArthur I. -
Hall ralnlck) The
April 21, at Hampton City } Black American
; business office for
Call an
E Leroy
Rev. W. Dennis Rev. OPERATOR our
from 7 to 9 P.m. Come and Travel Guide Hayes): Teach
bring a friend.PERSONALS Your Baby (Painter); Military ; Davis, Rev. Johnny Bry extension phone today and
REASONS ant, and Rev. C. E. Jenkins.We .
Aircraft Of The World (Tay-
lor}: Every Other Inch A La- are grateful to all who made TIicmost get right down to business!

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myers dy (Brough)>; Weep No More It a success.
WilY YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR of Miami arevlsltlivr/ the George My Lady (Deans): An Evening
MONEY WHEN WE INSTALL AIR .. Rodrirjuezs after fabulous trip With Richard Nixon (VIdal>; EBENEZER BAPI'ISTServices

CONDITIONING TO YOUR HOME! to Disneyland. Your To Career College U You're(Splaver Not); The GoIng School at 9.45:start; Morning with Sunday Wor- powerfulNORELCO C Florida State Telephone Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matcher Incompatibility Of Men AndWo- ship at 11. Deaconess AnnIver-
visited. his parents, Mr. and men And How To OvercomeIt sary at 2:30: p.m. Evening Service STARKE FLORIDA
1. The All New Chrysler Airtempunit Mrs. M. M. Matchett Sunday. (Fast)); The Mafia Is Not An 6:30.Greater. behind-
Is The Best The Market Has. Mr. and Mrs. W. Schaub, Equal Opportunity Employer A Member of Continental Telephone System
Sr. of Crescent City and Mr. (Cage) Aquarium Fishes (Atz); Allen Chapel AME the-earald
tad Mrs. W. Schaub Jr. and Howard The Amazing Mr. Church Rev. C, E. Jenkins
2. Only Expert Air Conditioning Mrs. Florence Schaub all ofBollmore Hughes (Dietrich): Herod The pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. made.
Men Will Install No Trainees N. y, visited Mr. Great (Grant); A Naturalist In Morning Worship at II, Choir ever
AME Church
and Mrs. W.Fontaine last week. Southern Florida (Gantt); The Union at Hopewell
3 All members asked GAINESVILLE
p.m. are
Money Saver's Guide To Decorating -
3. Low Overhead Assures You Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adklns (Llman)} The Naval to please cooperate with thisactlvlt'
and Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Academy (Potter) Comix A ; Evening service, 530.:
Of The Lowest Possible Price ; :
Smith and family went to Jack- All members are asked to isCASUAL -
History Of Comtc Books In It'l the 6730.It',
sonville Saturday then on to ( ) Business DirectoryAUTO
America Daniels ; Those Inventive 45 helped peoplethroughout

Why Not Call U. Today For Lake Mr. and Geneva Mrs.for Fred picnicking.Townsendand Americans (National u- (heworld
Geographic Needlepoint Rugs
; 'till! hear betterit
Free Survey Of Your Needs daughter Cindy of Fernan-Jeff (Hanley); Papier-Mache ArtisGranndelSaloonTBrinnon ho..m.',
dina Beach visited. the Of The SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
Bakers recently. ( ) The high maximum
PHONI 964-8343 Recent visitors of Mr. and American Heritage History; y ompidicstion.Yetit BRASINGTONCADILLAC
Mrs. Paul Babyar Included Mrs.Babyar'l Of Notable American Homos
olio dolivcr.uccplionaliaund Johnson& Faris Inc.
We Service All Makes sister and her husband (Davidson)); Duce (Collier); The quality. OLDSMOBILE ,
I )
Mr. and Mrs. Charles SALES A SERVICE
Family (Sanders Montessori
; If hclioveyour hearing SEEDS PLANTS
HI. you
Pusaperi of Brookfield ,
Today (Orem) Living With Your
and Michael ; ;isn I nil it could b.come In today Fine Selection el Used Can
Babyar Bad Back (Berland)) Origins Of of InMcllcldec Pet SappUnFERTILIZERS
; for a free demonstration
I : ., Cahill of Hinsdale. m.and Fred Taken 0. C dlll.o Trades
: Astrology (Lindsay) The Hole 1
fST wholthe6730condo.Absolutely ( -
ii.tamp: :: = .Papacek of Elmhurst, Ill.r1 Truth (Bolt); The Truth About no obligation tOOl N.W. 13th Ph. J78S3B1Berkley4

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coloring Easter that Emma Tupper's Diary (Dickinson -
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different bunny next ;year. (Craig); Apt. 3 (Keats}; Clean Used Tejre4a. LIDDELL
Brian Wildsmlth's Puzzles
(Wlldsmlth); Joey And The 1700 N. Main 379-1X9

...,.... Birthday Present (Kumln):; The AID CO. Glass Company
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Mouse And The Country Beauty Academy:
- - - - - Town 2639 N.W. 'IllhSI.
Mouse (Galdone)); The Mock In Sunshine Shopping Cenlei "CUM Fr Every Purpo e'.
Revolt (Cleaver)); Toby (Wal- ELEGANCE-Cotton Next To Woolce POWELL'S a Store Front*-Mirrors
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< John); Jake (Slote)); The 13th handsome two-button jacket Furniture; Tops\ Olaas Replaced -

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Summer Bawden)' A Present features clean-faced collar, lapels NEW LOCATION
From A Bird (Williams));Char and pocket flaps for an 219 NW 10th 37S-37W
lotte Sometimes Farmer)); Alvin interplay of texture. MOTORS 1228 So. Main Gainesville
Fernald Mayor For A Day ELECTRIC
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P ;r ; yyy'S (Ecke); Squib(Bawden>H. Phil- ELECTRIC I

kS ip Blrdsong's ESP (Lawrence)); SAW SHOP Motor Co.
The Albatross (Armstrong). Repair ANa unvlclArpox '
Of Ctaineevilto. Ho

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2U' '70s: Dance (Terry); What's New ftfld Used! ::.- ,...'"?--:;-

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Come in and ask for a Demonstration GMS. INC. -.

With cooking, shopping, laundry, kids-your time is precious So why FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICON Farm and Industrial

waste it running around paying bills. Save time and legwork. Write a Ttommyls 8 DUTYThe Equipment

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Checking Account today There's no better way to beat the clock. and he's still collecting Choiceof
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children reach the age See these Sows Many More atSAPP'S
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Clark Named: To Head TIff E ( NCIRCRUSADE. Funds For More .ResearchAre >

County wide> Fund Drive Key To Cancer ,Cure,

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001' Little more than 25 yean Miss Stump said that 52 mil those control: cancer -.

Connie Clark Bradford County Members of the board of directors be asked to Issue a joint proiclamation / government and private lion Americana now living may continue: to receive the
assistant superintendent of Include Brian Hamil endorsing the : agencies only $1 million eventually develop cancer, and! generous support of the American
schools Is chairman of the ton. Gus Kbpelousos, and Father .. v for cancer research, but the unless better methods of detection people, this may come
American Cancer Society'. local James Cregan. In addi national priority now placed and treatment are devised true. what people don't knowIs
unit 1972 educational and ton to the above officers. This year's goal Is $4.233. on the conquest of cancer has about 34 million of these that they have the cure for
fund-raising Crusade which Upcoming promotions during about $500 more than last moved basic research to a high may die. cancer In their pockets- It's
started April 1 and will continue the local drive Include a roadblock year's, necessitated by the increasing er level of coat.It Diagnostic tests for certain called Money." Clark declared.

through the month. on Saturday, door to door cost of research. was the prodding of- the cancers are being sought that ,
solicitations a golf tournament, Clark said the pioneering workof American Cancer: Society that' would enable a physician to detect -,
The 1972 Crusade Is under. and campaign efforts through the ACS "deserves our generous helped establish the govern the disease before symptoms G-OAL *+233.00u
the national chairmanship of the schools. Mayors of all municipalities support more than ever ment's National Cancer Institute appear as the Pap Test
Joan Crawford, the celebrated In the county will !In this year's Crusade" and Its research program., for women does now, Miss
movie actress and successful: Stump said."Wlille .
businesswoman. $: : ::$'. gAI' Miss Lillian Stump chairmanof
the Bradford unit of ACS expectations: of a sudden -
"Using the theme We wamt aid the assoclatlonhasalready breakthrough are unrealistic. -
to wipe out cancer In your Important Facts spent more than $250 million ., the rising momentum of
lifetime,* we will be calling I' I to support research,, the anti-cancer war must not
on our friends and neighbors be slowed by lack of support,"
to make a generous gift to the About CancerDid "As advances made some Clark added.
society as well as to bring cancers considered Incurablea '
them a life-saving message .-\ few years ago are becoming 'In the last fiscal: year the 1001.77.
bout cancer," Clark said. "We know that rectum, 11%; other digestive manageable 'even curable. ACS supported more than $24
need to back up the scientists: you : cancer 11%; prostate) 11%; leukemia Connie Clark chairman of the million In cancer're.earch-'

with a vigorous effort to get -Every year cancer Mils and lymphomas 7%;urinary ..ANDAS county crusade, said. "Leuke a record high. Nevertheless,
all Americans to have a regu- about 22,000 Americans between 6%; oral, 3%/; all other mia Is beginning to yield to more than 200 grants deemed
lary health checkup: Including the 15-44. scientific discoveries that enable worthy of support were left
cancer tests." He added ages physicians: to control some unfunded because the additional

that every dollar given to tile' -'-More man half of all cancer -Incidence !In women, : breast NATIONAL CRUSADE O AIRNA 164YSTIF fopna of the diseasefor up $10. million was lacing: Clark
ACS helps support vital programs deaths last cancer 23%; uterus 14%; skin! '''to IS: years," he added.. said.
year were a- 13% colon and %
of public reSearch ; rectum ; 4
and patient serve ces. mong parsons over 65. other digestive cancers, 7%; CANCER VRASOH'4 '"We want to wipe out can: 'SWORD 0 P: HOPE"

-This year 4,000 children leukemia and lymphomas, 6%/; 1 awARE Crusade cer .In your lifetime, and If

The Bradford County ACS unit under the age IS will die of lung! 5%; urinary, 3%; oral, NUMBECEP... .- --. -- -
I. headed by Miss Lillian cancer. 2%: all other. 14Approximately"%".. Kick-off m Beiieveif orNofl

Stump, and other officers are ,
Dr. A. J. Barry vice chairman !\ -Some 13,900 deaths are expected 64,000 Americana '" ...t oUf5NEI.PCOCPOWN
; Mrs. Louise Kite secretary from cancer this :yearn died last year of lung THE MUMBEU WTM A CUBCK-OP ANt 1 1'I
} Mrs. Margaret Miller, Florida. cancer. jftP ir A CUECK TO AMCRJCAN CANCER SOCIETY Apr 25'A
treasurer; Mrs Arlln Mc-
Knight,,. service -Incidence of cancer In men -Health'' cost of smoking In
Joan Hurst, education chairman ; \according to percentage of oc- terms of lost Income medical !!iQ"!!! ..... ;(;....i :: : :& ::* crusade' kickoff meeting

; and Danny Drown,- pub- .curance are: sUn cancer 23: %; expenses and the like may be of volunteer workers for the'
licity chairman. :luna cancer, 18%; colon and as high as $5.3 billion a year. A ]EditorialThis Bradford County Unit of the' Ir4'T
t The estimate Includes a $4J n American Cancer Society will
billion economic drain from be held Tuesday April 23: ,

deaths caused by lung canceras is the time of the year have a Pap'test for uterine can- at the Carden Restaurant at I y=
well as heart disease, when our friends and neighbors cer by 1976. Riding on the success 7:30 p.m., Connie Clark, Crusade )

1 1ir' chronic bronchitis emphysema take part in the annual Crusadeof of this program alone are chairman of the unit has I '
and other diseases, Another the American Cancer So the lives of thousands.The announced. //1 "
$960 million annual American Cancer Society Clark said a door-to-door j '
loss Is attributed to Illnesses Is for AN EIGHT-VEAK-OLO
ciety.The needs and deserves our sup campaign planned April CALIFORNIA GIRL
related to smoking and $130 grim prospects are that port. After ail,- they are'there 26-29 In the county to collect \ I WHO HAD CANC1R WAS TRfATCO 8V
million to fires caused by cigarette 52,000,000 Americans now living when we need them. contributions for the crusade.A A QUACK,WHO KNEW HIS' REMEDIES,
smoking. will develop cancer For charity golf tournament Is WERE" USEtlSS. .TNI DlfDi/ '
I /t HI "WAS" or zn.otomi MUADFq
this reason the Crusade of the tenatively planned for Saturday \ ., -THE FIRST CONVICTION IN HiStoRY -
Society becomes everybody'sconcern The ,Seven April 29, at the Starke Golf h ... NT ON SUCH 'A" CHARGE pole A 4UACK.f .
-Approximately 118,000 new to raise more money and Country Club with all proceeds I.' PROVER,, TREATMENT" 'IN TIME' SHE
cases of skin cancer are reported and to strengthen its vital programs going to the crusade Z MIGHT WELL BI ON Ol THI '
r a !In the U. S. each Warning: Signs SOO.OOO AMERICAN
v, :year, to save more lives now. I' '
yet this Is a form of cancer fIf.
Recognizing the nation's< Editorial. *)
that Is largely preventable by 'rswm&iii/
i,4 avoiding overacposure: to the will to conquer cancer, the So- 1. Change In bowel or blad- Yielded ,) '
,4 1 sun. More than 8.000 people die' .ciety.biQadening.aniitateaslt.tion. er 1 blts.Y .-, ..- ,,1 >"N Space .. .. ,. ! I Ltseupporl\ .9f research 'Thou 'Telegra h'. editorial 7)faQ-- MASHINOrOM REOSKINS.' '. pa ;, from skin '
cancer.More 4" 2.A IOC'8that does not heal.' 'I}
ulfnd -"rokram.' T hhhrYbilta. < space.'Is..i yielded this week- In".' 4NDHIMNT'AM-HeUtfR" T/9.tI/ ):>
3. Uhuaual bleeding or 'dI.- POR CANCER ON 1
'- than 26,000 new cases tion and" lervice to cancer' charge.' :c order to devote, the space to THAT WAS SIX I) WARS AGO HI"-'t\AGAtNff\ l I !;utII q.: MIIDIi/ 'fIROIo4 DRUGS.!
of cancer wUl be reported patients.. Unless "important .4.. Thickening or lump In news of the county's Cancer SAID HE'D NEVER PLAY .J> INNOCENT
r In Florida this breakthroughs are made soon, Fund Drive being conducted this BUT FIVE MONTHS AFTER SURGERY NC' tifI FLOWER.
; .. ;year. breast or elsewhere. PUT IN A PULL SEASON IN THE MOST rue
34,000,000 Americans living
.5. Indigestion
or ;
-About I-L/2 million Americans will die of this disease In We wish the drive success: TODAY INS CURIO Of CANCER!
.wallowlna.e. .., ..
C ,
alive today have been The Society has long been Obvious change In wart or and hope'that this gesture on w -
Connie Clark, left, cr ..d.' chairman for Bradford cured of cancer: and 217,000 the voluntary leader in this mole.( our part will assist In reachIng CANCER SOCIETY 1 1s
County, -and Father Jam. Oregon, helped kick off thl.'' cancer patients will be saved fight. Among nationwide ef. 7 r Nagging cough, or hoarse- the desired goal '
this ;year due largely to re- forts Is a program to persuade
s Cancer Crusade eerlier!.! this month. n....
search. every woman in America to

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Honor.. America Day9t

:r. (Article 4 of series) L
Whtpple was a merchant -
DECLARATION KfT' Before retiring from public educated In common .
life In 1794, Bartlett was a schools, and an.lIIl'ltlticwork-
signer f member>> of the committee that er for the cause of Indepen ,
BARTLETT New IIamPShlre/1! '.' w- ;
r',dratted the Articles: of Confederation dence. SPRING
No-1-:' for the union
Josiah Bartlett was born new
As a man he went to
vember 21. 1729 In Amesburyr, of .states; was chief Justice of sea, and young while still In his early t4
M.... From his childhood he'' ,the New Hampshire court: of twenties became master of a O.lTy
was determined to become a common pleas, associate Justice ship. He returned home In 1760
doctor: of medicine. He received and then chief Justice of and formed trading companywith
his formal education.. the superior courts. lie was his brother. In 1775 he gave
common schools, and though/ Influential !In securing New
up his share of the companyto
lacking a college deiI'M.I Hampshire's approval of the
devote his full to
cured Ms'medical training by" Federal Constitution In 1788. energy
the colonial cause. As an outstanding
studying under a relative. He and was elected. first Cov.r-. patriot, who took a I ILDIX MM EI

started his practice. In Kingston -, nor,of his state. bold stand against the British v
New Hampshire, where hissuccessful ,
dignified he was elected to the provin- .TeRwee:ilfsla'
"Peruvian'bark" Bartlett was a man
use ;
'of few words, but respectedfor cial congress of New Hampshire ,
(cjilnlne! ) for the treatment -- 4wir.Ekia w r.
his Intelligence and Inte- and then sent as a de- .
of certain diseases
legate to the Second Continental
ly .established his reputation.,. ,.grity. This tall man with reddish -
Congress After signingthe
r hair was also active In Still Believes 90'sO.'
Declaration, he continued ,
his profession of medicine. H.
Dr. Bartlett was first elected -
to serve until 1779. He was I
the and firstpresident
was organizer
to the New Hampshire assembly '
known as "General WhIpple"for
of the New Hampshire -
In 1765 eleven years
previous' to the: L Declaration.- Medical Society. his active War part In the Revolutionary O. J. (Oasis) Norman, veteran and If no more hard rain comes,
as a com-
was later appointed a colon Lawtey farmer and strawberry "In a week or ten days we won'tknowr
of militia by the British royal Josiah Bartlett married his mander of the New Hampshire grower, was uulck to we had al{ flood," Mr.
governor, but when trouble be-J cousin, Mary Barton, and they militia. He was a forthright, come to the defense of the Norman says,, '
Ian to brew between the col-1, had twelve children. He was practical-minded views man with Florida 90 varletyYaftar It was Spring Go To Your Head ,

onlea and England he unhesl-.t' } 46 and the time of signing, strong disposition.and Even an during optimistic thedarkest described by another spokesman ;''The 90 bushes are loaded now i' y, ""{" '""'"' < ( '., ';, ,r ,, ,, .. '
sided with the coloniesand and died In 1795 at the age of "a the : ,
tatingly as thing of past" with green fruit and bloom
I hours lie doubted : ,,
never '
j worked actively for IndeA spendonce. s. 65. A stein.of him \unveiled In last week's Telegraph. But'Not > .
As a delegate to the In 1888. .tand.'In the public that the colonies would be

Second Continental Congress;, soare of his native town of victorious. Proudly'showing several.flats, Temple 1 Motel
he voted for and signed .he Amesbury. of luscious looUnjn 90',. Mr
Declaration of Indeperhdemcq"shaking : In the latter years 'of tne Norman said that his two-acre '
the rafters with his Third signer WILLIAM war Whipple served on his state field of this variety had yielded Sold To LinkInns YOUIIPOCKETBOOK
approval." WHIPPLE New Hampshire. legislature, and was an associate Just ss heavy as the highly
, Justice of the superior court: touted Sequoias and that quality Corp.The .
of New Hampshire, until his
overall has been better
death In 1785. He was 43 years than the California variety. The Long Range Dreams Are The Best
t old when he signed the Declaration 90 Temple Motel on N.
What's more, the a
The Bradford County and 55 when he died. better flavor,this L.wtaygrow. Temple' Avenue CVS 301) was College For The Children, A Home Of
TELEGRAPH'EST.BLTSNED William Whlppl,'. wife was added to.the Link Inns of Florida -
his cousin: Catherine Mottat.. er pays.Mr. chain on March 1. Your" Own, Retirement Income. These

1979ESS Their only child died In Infan Norman, whose son Cei* The 281IIIIt'motel: was pur .

cy. farms with him, has been sellIng chased by the Link Corporation ,Require'Regular Systematic Savings
I ; all his, 90's on the Jack- from Carl' Harris of Chl-

I .". soovllle market at prices.that. *agoy.e former owner LInk' During'All Seasons.. ,.. ,. -. ,
j : f'; "compare>> favorably with the Sequoias "p"now/owns 22 'Florida I.,. . '?" ,, ';1.. ,vii, ::;
f FLORIDA 1h iz: ,'' he ;11).. In fact., 90'. 'and 'plans >to .add*".) more. to;, ', :'t, '<:.,

; outsell. Sequoias on the :Jack. the ciialft this year.' C.. .N..I. .' ,
ASSO'CWT ON sonvlUe market because of the June .W Klein will be .... Still TIt....>. ,....'w },:...' .
.. own- ..... ...
better flavor, Mr.Norman says. ftUn- t ( *30,
er-managerrof the motel and a..... Ie", ..., ;
! \ ."I started picking January 12 will reside there with his wife

, 'and have been picking continuously Marts, and their two children FIRST FEDERAL'
, ever since. Some weeks Kathy. 19, and,Mike 18.

B.L.! MATTHEW, Bdlter. .Pu. .lieh.r after the freeze I was picking said that travel Savings and Loan Association of Star
Mr. Klein on
10". when Sequoias weren't fit _
Pjiellshed.. each Tknr<.Ur end.. entered S.c. .l
es n .. and that the
301 Is heavy,
... Matter et thf Past f Office et Starke Flerida A to be picked. Mr. Norman very .-.,...-
motel has ,been filling to capacity -
out that the California
? ; -to under. Act .f f March JrJ, |I$79. "Most of tee, lime the says every'night' ''since the "' TrLr'MOI4I96405000
/ Subscription In (rode"nen( 1 $5.00 Outsle'ereeV shortest berry grows out on a I ; I'T/urHaude 01501'11I8'.11'/1'" ,,JtS MAOISOM ST.. .;lit '
4of ton.He _
year ; dl.taueebetw.eai'. ''long stem: l unprotected from I:'new owners took possess -, .- '/ ,.' ', ..v. \ .!A
: trade, '',.I 1 year, $5.50. two points U under cooatrne the cold, while tt e VI 0 Is sheltered .. 'aanddoothirr redecorating: r' \i" :
lion.* Improvements.
by the leans of Its plant

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CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace Austell, Ga., and Mrs.Sue Dan- spent Easter Sun- of their jTlljr
NOTICE OFADOPI'fONOFRE- of Hampton were guests grand dinner on Sunday.
SOLUTION OF BOARD OF IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT or certificates will be sold to United Methodist: iels of Cuthbert Ga. spent day with their parents Mr. parents. Mr. and Mrs. John '1 Mrs. Roy Klnote of Miami
the highest bidder at the courthouse Worship. .
OF BRADFORD COUNTY day School, 0:45 a.m. the week with Mrs. A. dr Kirkland and Robertson
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS and Mrs. J. E. Teston, F, on Sunday. Other arrived Saturday for an extended
F"LORD IN PROBATE door on the first Monday services, 11 aon. and 7 pun. Calvin .
CLOSING AND ABANDONING In and Mrs. Nella family. pests of the Robertsons on visit with her sister,
-- btN Month of May: 1972. which MYF 6 pjn. Choir Practice Carter. and Mrs. Leo Dyal visIted their soninlawand J
Mr. .
PORTIONS OF ALL STREETSIN : Is the lit of Sunday were Mrs. O. Phillips.
day May 1972.
SAMPSON CITY SUBDIVISION RE: Estate of RAYMONDJ. Dated this Wednesday 8 p.m. Prayer Mrs James R. Norman and their brother Morris Dy- Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips -
AS PER PLAT THEREOF- SAUVE deceased. i 1972. 13th day of March Meeting 7 p.m. Methodist sons, and Mrs Carl Normanand al, In the Veterans Hospital at C. Beach of Jacksonville. and sons of Jacksonville,

r RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK L NOTICE TO CREDITORS GILBERT S. BROWN Grace United Easter sons spent Monday with Gainesville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude North called on Mrs. Roy Hlnote and
PAGE 1 I. IN SECTION( TOWN; All creditors of the estate Clerk of Circuit Court of church sponsored an afternoonfor their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bradley and children, Leslie and Adams Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Sunday
egg hunt on Saturday Mrs. Earl Harvey at Seville of Jacksonville were guestsof Jacksonville. visited their '
SHIP 7-SOUTH RANGE 21- of RAYMOND J. SAUVE, deceased Bradford of Afternoon. ,
ETAST, NORTH dF: SCL RAIL. .are hereby notified County Florida. the young people. 35 guests The home of Mr. and Mrs. their mother Mrs R. L. slater, Mrs. S. L. Swindell last Mrs. Nlta Suber and sons of ""I'i"'
an "
ROAD AND DISCLAIMING ANY and required to file any 4/6 4t fl27NO'l1CE participated and reported Willie Dobbs was the setting Bradley over the weekend. Friday and they all attended Jacksonville spent the week- / 'I/,
BIGHT OF COUNTY AND THE 1 claims or demands which they enjoyable time., for a birthday party; on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Star- the Bradford County Fair. end with her in-laws. Mr. and }y)'.
PUBLIC: IN AND TO THE LAND day honoring their daughter ling of Ocala: called on their Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cowanof Mrs. R. D. Sober Other guests ,,
LYING WITHIN THE CONFINES may have against said estateIn OF APPLICATIONFOR Church of God:Sunday School Sandra on her 15th birthday. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were guestsof of the Subers on Sunday were f,
THEREOF EXCEPT EXISTING the office: of the County; TAX DEED 9:45 a.m. Worship services After several games were) James Rosier Sunday. their parents Mr. and Mrs. their son and daughter-in-law. ''. ''i
COUNTY GRADED ROADS Judge of Bradford County Sec. 194.16. F. S. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Family played and the honoree had Mrs. Fred Moore was guest J. F. RobertBOndurlng1heweek., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sober, of '"
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Florida, In the Courthouse, in NOTICE Ih: HEREBY GIVEN night, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. opened her gifts delicious refreshments of her sister Miss Rachel Boyer Mrs. Mable Peterson and son, Keystone Heights.
Notice: Is hereby that: Starke Florida within six that JAMES C. THORNTON the were served to the In Jacksonville last Thurs- Martin Peterson, of Chicago Bryan Cowan and Gregory
: on April 3, 1972 In accordance calendar months from the date holder of (the following certifi, Highland Baptist Church: following guests: Mrs. A. D. day. 111, arrived Saturday to spenda Brannon of Jacksonville were ,'I! with Sections 336.09 of the first publication of this cates has filed certificates Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Worship Dobbs, Mrs. O. Nlcula Perryand Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Mincey few weeks with her niece guests of Bryan's grandparents, a
336.12. Florida Statutesthe through notice. Each claim or demand for a tax deed to be Issued services 11 ajm. and 6:30: Vlckl Nlcula. Calvin Kirkland and daugtier of Norfolk, Va. Miss Dorothy Swanbom. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robertson 'ffl:

Board of County Commissioners must be In place and must thereon. The certificate num- pjn. Choir rw, 7 p.m.) Susie Hllliard, Donna Pau- visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp of Jacksonville on Wednesday and attended the '

of Bradford County, Florida -- state the residenceand bers and years of Issuance, followed by Practice.: ley, Gayle Shuford, Mike Dobbs, Mrs. B. F. McCulley, for a was a weekend guest Bradford County Fair. They "
adopted Resolution closing post office address of the the description of the property Teresa Devore Cathy Teston, week recently. of her grandmother Mrs. A. reported a very enjoyable time s
and claimant and must be swornto and the names In which It PERSONALSMr. Brenda Wells and Marcella Friends of Mrs. Dan Star- C. Pearce. Mrs. Jimmy Hogan and dough- ,
vacating abandoning by the claimant Ms agentor was assessed are as follows: and Mrs. Frank Wain- Buckhalter. learn that
of all streets ling will regret to Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Dyal ter Mrs. Faye Mann and children -
portions and being In Sampson City lying Subdivision his attorney or It will become Certificate No. 73. Year of Wright and family, of Apopka Mr. and Mrs C. S. McLeod she underwent surgery on Friday of Biloxi Miss., were guestsof of Jacksonville visited
as plat thereof- void according to law. Issuance 1965.Description. were Sunday overnight guesta of of Jacksonville visited their in Alachua General Gaines- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders
recorded In Plat per Book L Page ARNOLD ROBERT SAUVE. of Property: Beg. their mother Mrs.:Truby Wain- cousins Misses Enza and Ar- ville. We pray for her a speedy Leo Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hester Hicks. Mrs.
ADMINISTRATORof 100' N of SE Cor of a 2A TractIn wright. On Monday they with thurlne Blanchard on Monday. recovery. Colon Thomas. Anders and Mrs. Hicks 'are
.South. In Section Range 4 21,'1 East Township North 7 the Estate of Raymond J. SW-1/4 of NW-1/4 Of NE- Mrs. Watnwright visited their Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville While a patient) in Bradford Mrs. Barbara Harris was Mrs. Hogan's sisters.Mr. .

of.SdL Railroad and described, Sa eaHd. 1/4 N 100', W 100'. S 100', daughter. Mrs. Emory Eunice visited Miss Arttmrine t'ounty: Hospital, Miss Enza honored at a stork shower at and Mrs. L. E. Adorns
ai lying within the confines ofthe Wes Call RS E 100', to POB. Sect 16, T- and children. They met their Blanchard on Thursday. Blanchard had the misfortuneto the home of Mrs. Jewel Redding of Jacksonville were guests of
138 street 6-S,, R-22-E. grandson Deron Emory Eunice While here they visited Miss fall and break her hip. She last Friday night. After Mr.; and Mrs. Robert E. Lee
First following property Second; to-wtu Starke, Florida 32091 Name in which assessed Thomas for the first time, and Enza Blanchard in Bradford is now lit Room 517 St. Vin some games were played and on Sunday.

Third Street Street Fourth Street.Street. Attorney' for Administrator Discount: Company.All returned to their home Mon- County Hospital. cent's Hospital Jacksonville.Surgery the honoree opened her gifts }
3/23 4t 4/13 of said property; being day afternoon. Mrs. Elsie Norman and her was performed on Fri delicious refreshments were
Street SixthStreet
Fifth SeVenth
Street",Julian Street,,Canal -- in the County; of Bradford.Stateof Mr. and Mrs.. David Christopher mother Mrs. Llasie Sterling, day. We are glad to report served by the hostesses Mrs. My Neighbors
of Fitzgerald. Ga., visIted -
of Is nicely.
Florida. Jacksonville visited Mrs. that she Improving
Street, Garble Street NOTICE OF SUITIn their grandmother Mrs.P. Star- and Mrs. H. C. Arpinof Doris Mrs. Minnie
Isabella Unless such certificate or Starling's brother Walter Mr. Gaskins. "
Louise Street Street the Circuit Court of Florida certificates shall be redeemed L. Dlnhlns on Easter Sun- ling, in Gainesville Extended Dlnsmor. were guests of Lee Redding Mrs. Lillie Morgan 'V'Y' ..
and Cornelia Street lying in
described Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and according to law the property; day.Mrs. Care and Nursing Center on Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett and Mrs. Jewel Redding.
the following lands: for Bradford County.; described in such certificateor Lissle Starling of Jacksonville Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Floy Bennett on Sun- hrs Bryant Reddish spent "
All of Section-
Township CIVIL ACTIONIn certificates will be sold to was a Sunday overnight and Mrs. L. H. Harper the first of the week with her
7 South, Range 21 l East, tying re: The Marriage of RAY- guest of her grandchildren.Mr. day.Frank
the highest bidder at the courthouse and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Har- Herndon and Mr. and son-tn-law and daughter Mr.
North and East of Georgia MOND R. NASH Husband and door on the first MondayIn and Mrs. James R. Norman and per and son of Starke visited Mrs. Hut on harridan and chil- and Mrs. Jack Fans of alla-
SoatirornandlorldaRan- GAIL F. NASH Wife. sons. dren attended family reunionIn
Month of May, 1972 whichIs a hassee.
road and North of the Sea- TO GAIL F. NASH Exeter- the 1st day of May, 1972. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgin- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt Fargo, Ga last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Hansenof 4"Maybe
board, Air Line Railroad Hampton Trailer Park, Exeter Dated this 13th day of March, botham and family Mr. and on Easter Sunday. Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
LESS AND EXCEPT. Lola 1 New Hampshire.YOU 1972. Mrs. James Hlgginbotham and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman nlck. ford Martin and children, Mr. '"
and 3 of Block'10, Lot 3 of ARE NOTIFIED that a family, and Mr.and Mrs.Nathan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
GILBERT S. BROWN of her sister, Miss Elizabeth and Mrs Don Martin and family ...
Block 11, Lots 2 and 3 of Petition for Dissolution of Mar Clerk of Circuit Court of Starling and family Mr. and Norman and children were Terry on Saturday. Other callers and Mrs. Walter Martin .v.
Block 13 and 1-1/3 acre In riage has been filed againstyou Bradford County, Florida. Mrs. Eugene Starling and family guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reg- on Saturday were her cousins all of Starke and Mrs. Mar-
NW corner of Section 4, Northof and you are required to Mrs. Mary Crawford and gie Norman of Chlefland on Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ter- tin's niece. Mrs. Jack ills le. vaudeville btlead
the railroad. The fore- serve a copy of your Answer 4/6 4t 127NOTICE children and Wayne and Dar- Sunday.Mr. ry of Newberry.Mr. of Fort Myers, gathered at the but there are tome prieeleas

going description Is Intended or Pleading to the Petition on lene Starling of Starke and and Mrs. Donald Roberts home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph comedy aria going; begging
.to Include all the landin the Petitioner's attorney OF INTENTION TO Mrs. Daisy Starling gathered and Mrs Randy Hayes and children of Lake City; Martin and family for a fam- here."
Sampson City North of the George H. Pierce P. O. Drawer at the home of -Mr. and Mrs ---
Georgia Southern and Florida 1030 Starke,Bradford County George Sapp) on Sunday for ni --
Railroad as per plat thereof Florida 32091 and file the Notice is hereby given that family dinner. During the afternoon -
recorded In the public records original Answer or Pleading In the undersigned, under the provision the children enjoyed an
of Bradford County; Florida the Office of the Clerk of the of 20,953 Laws of Flo- Easter Egg Hunt EroryDayLowPnceSIRLOIN EncryPayLowPrkc
and as per plat compiled from Circuit Court, on or before rida. Acts of 1941. will register Mrs. Elwin Lovorn and son,
the public records by HarryA. the 1st day of ,May, 1972. If with the Clerk of the Circuit Keith and daughter Donna of

Anthony,Registered Land you fall to do so, Judgment by Court, In and for Brad- CENTER CUT -
Surveyor77ef..BlOCk 16 default will be taken against ford County Florida,upon proof 7, 1972. Panldry REGULAR GRIND OR
LESS AND EXCEPT Lots E you for the relief demandedIn of publication of this notice GILBERT S. BROWNAs I I ELECTRA PERKCOFFEE
and F Subdivision of Lot I Ii the Petition. of the fictitious name of Nan- Clerk of said Court
Lots 1, 5 and 6 of Block 17; This notice shall be publishedonce cy's Flowers 444-H W. Madison By: Betty EdwardsAs
and Blocks 18, 19, 20, 26, each week for four consecutive St., under which we are Deputy Clerk STEAKS SUPERMARKETS
41, 42 and 47 In Sampson : weeks In the Bradford engaged In business (Court Seal STANCE'S

City; according to said platsof County Telegraph. George B. Simpson and DollyL. 4/13 4t 54NOTICE 320 S. WALNUT ST.M .
Sampson City: beginning at Dated: March 28, 1972. Simpson (co-owners), 238 S.
the NE corner of SW-1/4 of GILBERT S. BROWN. Clerk Walnut St., Starke Florida. c Mf rllllw,nrlea

NW-1/4 of:, SW-1/4 running By: Beulah M. Moody Dated this 3Ist day of March OF REZONING ......' ... .... ., L B 59 ........FOOD SUMPCOUPONS
thence West to,the West line Deputy Clerk A. D. 1972 at Starke Bradford Julian Gllsson Et Al has made $129

of said Section 4, running 4/6 4t 4/27. County.; Florida. Application to the Bradford BAG
County Zoning Board for reclassification -
thence North along the West fl6.1t 4/27
of the
line of said Section 290 feet NOTICELoyreejP,3LaN property; .-..-SAYS-----.."._-...-'.a S

and running thence Southeasterly ; f,rhas: made.....*., NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGISTER BR described(Retail below Sales from& Service OR to). situpBoELEeIP ( ', .
to the -point at beginning )) .
contti: 1WJIf.' !;19.aUM: Application totheBradfoCOant91eordngN : FICTITIOUS NAME Corbet El/2 of. ; !!,, "ill J' :iiir i '''
and all that portion of,NW- '. classification; of Boald'ioY"tw-'l t I the Nollehtroby'giventhat undersigned! David H.' '11',. SEI/4 'of'' SWl/4' N 150V E' CUiaulu'' S' [ I CE'b 1".11'1f "'''It,1 'U'.S'. N0.'ttJl'I"1 ,
from 770.24' to W R/W of Road
1/4 SE-l/"of Section ;
Township 7 South. Range 21 4. described below Rl-A Black, 905 West Pratt St., 200 Sly on R/W 157.07. W ROUND PRK LOIN :! WHITE'STEAK
to EA. Starke Fla. Intends to engagein 725.59' to POB Being In Section ;
East lying North of the Sea-
Lots 1 1. 2 & 4 of Indian Beach business under the fictitious
board Air Line Railroad and Unit 3 ex Lot to Church In OMNI COMMUNICATIONS 7, Township 7 South
name 22 East. i
South of the Georgia Southernand SE Cor of Lot 4 and ex Lot at 905 West Pratt St.. This Range change In classification CHOPS POTATOES
Florida-Railroad LESS 150' E W by 880.77' N & Starke Fla. and that he will -
Is subject to a public hearingto
AND EXCEPT; (that portion S Being 374.2 W of SE Cor register said name with the lIsV _
4 TO
be held on Tuesday April '
i / ::
of Sampson'City; herelnabove of Lot 4 Being in Sec. 35, Clerk of the Circuit Court 25th at 7:30: PM In the County 'ItSUUHSf r ,
conveyed according to the said Twp. 8 South, Rge 22 E. Containing Bradford County, Florida. $119 69c 'i'5c
Commission room at the Brad-
plats: of Sampson City.; ALSO 134.99-Acres M/L. David H. Black sole owner. *' *\
EXCEPT RAYONIER LANDS INC.CONVEYEDTO DEED This change in classificationIs 4/6-- 4tp 4/27 which ford County time all Court persons House interested at- <
subject to a public hearing
shall be heard for or
to be held on Tuesday, April
against the proposal as specified
25th at 7:30 PM In tile County;
In the Zoning Code of
275. PUBLIC Commission room at the Brad- TAX DEED
ford County Court House at
RIDA, DATED MARCH 12, which time; all persons Interested that JAMES C. THORNTON the John Torode, Chairman LAMB

1965. shall be heard for or holder of the following certificates Bradford County Zoning' ROAST
LESS AND EXCEPT TIlEFOLLOWINGt has filed said certificates Board
against the proposal as specified -
4/13 2t 4/20
In the Zoning Code of for a tax deed to be issued ,
PARCEL 8: ALL of that por-' Bradford County. thereon. The certificate

lion of NW-1/4 of SE-1/4 John Torode. Chairman! numbers and years of issuance, NOTICE OF HEARING ON
Section: 4. Township South. Bradford County Zoning the description of the property; PETITION FOR CLOSING AND

Range 21 East lying North- Board. and the names In which it was ABANDONMENT AND VACATING ; GOLDEN GRAIN DEL MONTE '
of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad fie 2t 4/13 assessed are as follows: A PORTION OF THE EAS- '
except that portion inC Certificate No. 45. Year of TERLY EXTENSION OF WASHINGTON KING SIZE l'l! rtrrr r! or HUNT'S
subdivision of Sampson
Issuance 1963.Description. AVENUE LYING BETWEEN i j

PARCEL 9: All of that por- Peggy H. NOTICE Thomas and George SE Cor of of a Property 2A Tract: Begat in LOT I I. BLOCK 32, 1 CATSUPYELLOW r
tion of NW-1/4 of SW-1/4. Pierce have made Application NW Cor of SW-1/4 of NW-1/4 31 IN LIVINGSTON TRUBY : :
to the Bradford County; Zoning ,
Section 4, ,Township 7 South. of NE-1/4 Being 100 Sq. Sec: AND COMPANY ADDITION TO /
Range 21 East' described as: Board for reclassification of 16-T-6-S,, R-22-E. THE TOWN OF STARKE IN : I 1
Beginning at the NE cornerof the property; described below Name in which assessed:Thomas WITH '
SW-lA of NW-1/4 of SW- from Rl B to BR (Retail Sales Discount Company. SECTION 28. TOWNSHIP 6 CHEDDAR C i$2ox trarl r ,
& Service). 4-A In Section 32, SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST AS 99" 1I 15
thence West along said beingIn
1/4; run 841' 301 All of property PLAT THEREOF RECORDED trurfsr | CHEESE 1 tlI rr1 f!
6S 22E Being on by PER
S-l/2 State JAR
of the N-l/2 North of line SW-1/4 of the of Sec- 300' Deep. of the Florida.County of Bradford, IN DEED BOOK J, ONLY 1 "lIm 7.2501

tion 4, to the West line of This change in classification Unless such certificate or PAGE 32
Section 4L thence North a- is subject to a public hearing certificates shall be redeemed TO WHOM IT M4Y CONCERN:, .
to be held on Tuesday. April You will take notice that In
long\ the West line of Sec- according to law the property
tion 4. 290 feet to a point; 25 at 7:30: PM in the County described In such certificate or accordance with the provisions f ANCV WISTMM
thence Southeasterly to the Commission room at the Brad- certificates will be sold to the of Chapter 167, Florida GREEN
ford County Court House at Statutes, a public hearing will CALIFORNIAASPARAGUS
point of beginning, highest bidder at the courthousedoor
which time all persons Interested be held by the City Councilof
2.19 acres, more or less on the first Monday in CABBAGE ONIONS
shall be heard for or the City; of Starke, Florida
and renouncing: and disclaiming Month of May, 1972 which is
against the proposal as specified In the City Council Room at
of the County and
any right the let day of May 1972.
Code of
in the Zoning North Thompson Street, Starke
Public In and to the land lying Dated this 13th day of March
Bradford County. Florida on May 2. 1972. at
within the confines: of the said 1972.
John Torode, Chairman 7:00: o'clock P.M.on the petition

aforedescrlbed Dated this 3rd of April, Bradford County Zoning Clerk GILBERT of S.Circuit BROWN Court of of Efdwin William and Virginia Ir.. :.:::!8ABY'S' I" siLVea'Lots SAVER j IIGULAR Oil uifiMiinD { COMPARE 1m;:'
Board Sapp Handbury, which petition SSS 1 or
A. D. 1972.BOARD Bradford County Florida
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 4/6 2tp 4/13 4/6 4t 4/27 was spread upon the min BEANS '* -cuv :! KRAUT I Giant 1 1/ Ib. i Cal ate Instant Share .::r::'" 3*
OF BRADFORD utes of a meeting of the said : '
COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR City Council on April 4. 1972 5/$1 3l% 29C I EffsA BROk ma j Pantry Pride Salt 9JAR <

BY GlWRT S. BROWNClerk TAX DEED In The Circuit Court Eighth requesting that said Council I Cake Mixessssror 29<
Board Judicial Circuit of Florida In close abandon and vacate a -----------I------ --- A D'
of said Sec. .....
(Official Seal) l9,18HEREBY GIVEN, and For Bradford County; portion of that certain Easterly A/4TUY P.IDI I LIBBY:::'::,. 1 II Potato Chips "......-.. 38
Itchg 413NOTICE that JAMES C. THORNTON the CIVIL ACTION Extension of Washington Toaster YELLOW CLING
holder of the following certificates : CASE No. 1325 Avenue, said street being a Pastries : PEACHES 1 \ Pantry Pride Flour 31c95cl

has filed said certificates NORA PLYMEL Plaintiffvs- part of Livingston, Truby and :f8. 29 < i Fyne BakEShartening .- <- 59
OF INTENTION TO for a tax deed to be Issued ALVIN C. PLYMEL Defendant Company Addition to the Town

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME thereon.and The years certificate of Issuance numbers : NOTICE NO PROPERTYTO OF SUIT- of Starke as ,follows Florida: and described A'.../ CANS3/S I I 24031 i Town Talk'Syrup. ..- 49

Notice Is hereby given that the description of the property : ALVIN C. PLYMEL The Easterly Extension of r .1
the undersigned Heman Allen. and the names In which it YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Washington Avenue lying and f..f.f fp. Every DayLowPixe CveryDay LowPrk*
RC :2 Box H. Lake Butler. Fla. was assessed are as follows that an action for DI- between Lot I, Block 32, and 1 1 m.fI-- HOSTESS -

Intends to engage In business Certificate No. 47.' Year of VORCE has been filed againstyou Lots 7 and 8 of Block 31, ?

under the fictitious name of, Issuance 1903.Description. and you are idn In Livingston Truby and ANY FROZIN I I 22os BOTTLE WHIP I _ENGLISH
BRADFORD BARBER SHOP of Property; : Beg serve a copy of ,Company Addition to the Town SARA LEEPRODUCT! Tt
132 West Call St., Starke. Florida 100' W of SE Cor of a 2A defenses, If any to tt" on the of Starke bisection 28, Town- I I I IVORY i t **if TOPPING MUFFINS
and that he will register Tract In SW-1/4 of NW-1/4 of plaintiffs attorney whose name ship 6 South Range 22 East, ( LIQUID :'

said name with the Clerk of NE-1/4 then N 100'. W 100'% and address Is Honorable Lex as per plat thereof recordedIn 1.-._....... 0.0_. ... 1 _.......w.a .o.e_. .. .
the Circuit: Court BradfordCounty S IOOE 100' to Beg Sec Ie.88 Green, 132 N. Court St..Starke. Deed Book J, Page 32. %,MtHt..l.(,.Na..HIM.-W tf* UsMf I COtfPQ* J R .sMHi.NMe tt :4a..0.s l iMMV COWPOW:._u ff _
Florida. llamas Allen. T- R-22-E. Fla. 32091 and file the original All Interested parties may, -- - - -
sole owner. Name In which a..elled'Ibo- with the clerk of the above appear and be heard at the time
4/13 4tp 3/4 mas Discount Company. styled court on or before Mon and place above specified. '
AU of said property; beingIn day May 8th, 1972: otherwisea Dated this 4th day of April r--------------; I Ererypeylewhta lwfyhyt.owP\1cle\ EeeTypeyLewRlre
NOTICEI the County of Bradford,Stateof Judgement may be entered A. D. 1m. PUDDING ilSTIRINI fearv w eeefNAlY1P00 wv /NIa//-- CAKETREATS

Mil not: be responsible for Florida. against you for the relief demanded CITY COUNCIL OF CITY OF I 1 ANTISEPTIC SHAVECREAM / ? :., STRAWBERRIES- DflI T

any debts incurred: by anyone Unless ,such certificate or In the complaint or STARKE OFF ?....-............... I MOUTH WASH ...Msmmov O*._ RINSE
.,. other than myself. Michael certificates: shall be redeemed petition.WITNESS. By Merrill Edwards '
.TI--- --" '*
.'r.\1.\ 'I'', t Fla. according\ to law the property my hand and the Clerk ......-......_n't an .. ... 4 tN lf
tu,45aiwteY "
/ described la such certificate seal of said Court on April Itch 4/13 __-Hal--.::;:.:::.;:-J "

.- April 13, 19721 Telegraph Page 13

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Mrs. Gaskins Gladys Silcox Mrs. L. B. Gann

Mr. Jeanette Gasklna Mrs. Louvte B. Gann. S3
63. ,Mrs. Gladys C. Silcox, H,
died Wednesday April 5, after of Starke. died Friday Apr. of Brooker was dead upon arrival -
a short Ulneit. She was born 7, after an extended Illness.She at the Shands Hospital i. I
In Bradford County on January was bom In Cecil, Ga. on Gainesville Sunday afternoon
S. 1909 and had lived In Avon Nov. 7, 1917, and had lived In after an automobile accident
Park for the past 12 years. 'Starke for 41 year She was near Lake Butler. Sha was born
She was a member of the Baptist a member of the Madison In Franklin County Ala. on
Church.\ Street Baptist Church. April II, 1918 and had lived In

Surviving! Is her husband Lacy Brooker since October 1971, '"
Surviving Is her husband Sllcox, one daughter, Mrs. moving to Brooker from
Charlie Gaskins of Avon Park Joan Gainesville. She was employedas
; Epps, of Starke; two sisters -
four brothers, Larry Carter Mrs. Maggie Harlow a seamstress at an upholstery i
and Russell Carter both of Iron City; Ga., and Mrs. Hattie shop In Gainesville,where

Stark; Earl Carter Jacksonville Belle MuUls, Jacksonville; Nazarene she was a Church.member of the First CONGREGATIONAL STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST ,\
; and Owen Carter, Law- and two grandchildren. CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE !
Travis .
Surviving Is one son,
tey; and one sister. Mrs.Gladys Funeral services were held Gann, of Las Vegas, Nev.;three School 8:" Bible'' School. 10 a.m. Worship Ing Worship II a.mTraWq' Sunday School 9:45 ajn.j Schedule of Serrlcesi \
Gaskins. Lawtey. at 2 p.m. Sunday In the Kings- daughters Mrs Eileen Stanley, Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 P.m. Evening Worship", Morning Worship H a.m. Youth Sunday -. Bible Study 10 ajn.,
ley Lake Baptist Church with Keystone 'Heights; Mrs. Carolyn Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- 8 p.m. Midweek Service Wed 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship Morning Worship U a.m. Evening '
Funeral services were heldat Rev. Donald Willis, Rev. Rob- Sapp Starke;and Mrs.Glen- ship 7 pjn.Thursday. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30: pjn. Everyone wel- 7 p.m.Tuesday. Worship 7 pun.
2 p.m. Saturday, Apr. 8, ert L. West, and Rev. Denton da Chavis, Brooker; three brothers night Prayer Meeting Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come. Prayer Meeting/ 7:30 All other evenlngs-S p.m.
In the Northslde Baptist Church Sumrall officiating. Intermentwas Chester Braswell Bassvllle 7:30: ( p.m. located one block west on SR Jim Countryman", pastor
with Rev. E. C. Harvey offi In KIngsley Lake Cemeterywith Park Fla.; Louis Bras- David edges, Pastor1 16. p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN' ,
elating. Burial was In Swift DeWitt C. Jones Funeral well, Birmingham, Ala.; and -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH. .
Creek Cemetery with DeWltt Home In charge. Junior Braswell, Vlnemont, GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 a.m. :Morning
C. Jones Funeral Home of PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ing Worship 11 Pre Services -
Ala.; tour sisters, Mrs Peggy CHURCH, STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 ajn. Evening
Starke In charge of arrange Fuller Gainesville; Mrs. Lo- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- METHODIST CHURCH CBooster Band Young 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services ,Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor.
ments.Jacksonville. rene burden, Bassvllle Park; ing Worship at 11. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- People, and Prayer Service), : Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Mrs. Thelma Whaley, Vine- ,Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wor- Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Service 8 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, U ajn.Training Union BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH.
I .,:.'...' mont, Ala., and Mrs. Izotta ship i 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer 6 p.m. Evening Worship Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER, FLA.
Seattle Wash. and 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU- 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, Jim Sun ,
Dunigan ; Meeting, 7:30.Rev.( LeonT. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Temple pastor.
eight grandchildren.Funeral Odom, Jr., pastor Hard, pastor. Pastor. -Wilbur Pyess Pastor day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol,
Ca services will be held Superintendent.! Training Union,
at 4p.m. Thursday In the
IhiBiUT, Ralford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa)
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel witn Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning OF PROPHECY, BJtOOKER rector.: Worship Services U a.
Business Unless one Is born anew, he Rev. H. P. Cooper officiating. Worship a am.; Evening Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service
cannot see the kingdom of Interment was In Crosby Lake Worship 7 pjn.) Wednesday ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Young Pea 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, mu-
God.-(John 3:3): ). Cemetery. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 8:30: pjn. ple's Service 6 pjn.) Evangelistic sic director.
7 Young MeetIng -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 pjn. Service, 7 ) Wednes-
Peoples p.m.
Day-to-day living can assume p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Services CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
7 Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m.)
DirectoryAuto every Monday, pjn.G.F. EVERGREEN BAPTIST day LATTER DAY SAINTS
if Fev.
new 7:30
Come and worship with us.
Prevatt Everyone
pastor -
CHURCH 1404 E. Bessent Road
will but discard hidebound of Packham, pastor.ST. .
There will be a working welcome. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor
prejudice and biased judgment.Let the Beulah Church Cemeterythe Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Family Home Evening-

Sales and Service us keep our vision clear old Clay County; cemetery ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Worship at U ajn. Sunday .. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE 4:30
night Service at 6:30. aryTuesday, pjn.
and unclouded and our mind Saturday, April 22. CHURCH STARKE CHURCH, STABILE WILLBAPTBT CHURCH Society
Wednesday WednesdayRelief, ;
Parrish Motors open to new ideas. An entire The Turkey Trot Rood gateon Father James Cregan, pastor meeting at 7:30.: night prayer Holy. Eucharist 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut, Sunday 7:30.:
> SR-21 will be open from Saturday Mass, 7 ) Sunday! School 9:30 Morning Worship,
new vista be unveiled p.m. : : ; 7:30
may revealing Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas Sundays, U a.m. Morning ThursdayM.I.A. pain
.4 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Mass, 10 a.m. ,Holy Day Mass, II; League 4 P.m. Night Ser
that which may have tor. Prayer, 2nd, 4th and Zth Sun- SundayPriesthood, 8:30: a.m.
SALES 'been hidden previously. CastoR 7 p.m.Confessions LAURA BAPTIST day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 vice, 6 p.m.Rer.. Jasper Williams Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Eve

SERVICE VOLVO the 'Invisible shell of dull MADISON STREET pjn. Saturday 6 Sunday School 9:45:<< a.m.Mor- a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor. ning Meeting,gpm.Sacrement.Jesse .

PARTS complacency and a bright BAPTIST CHURCH School of Religion: ning Worship U ajn. Evening -John M. Flynn, Rector FIRST UNITED METHODIST D. Branson, Branch

shining panorama will be re Sunday School, 9:45: ; MornIng Grade School Sunday 11 Worship 7:30: pjn. Midweek Bi- STAPKE President.

Always Go4 Used Cars vealed. ing.Worshlpatll 8:13 WMU;Prayer Church Circle Train a.m. to 12 noon bje Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. BAYLESS l-IIGHWAYBAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45; Morning HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Ml Laura St. P!. 334-5CU ; High School -- Sunday 7pjn. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Worship II; Junior and Senior CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30.: m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 ajn. Church MYF groups, 6 P.m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
"*** MondayYouth Choir Practice Lester Austin, pastor. Training, 6:30: p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship U. Training
ELECTRIC MOTORS Children's Choir 7 p.m. BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Worship 7:30. 7 p.m. Prayer Meet- Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
Wednesday-' Family Night Sunday School 10 Worship ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, ing, 7:30; Chancel Choir Re- vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Supper. 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting a.m. CHURCH MACCLENNY 7i30 Service 7:30.
PEAVY Brothers Service 11 p.m.Rev. hearsal, 7:45.: :
Mission Friends Girls In Action Training 6:30 a.m. Church Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas
7:30 Adult Choir Prac : p.m. Evening'
Electric Co., ; Worship 7:30. Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. -tor.

Electric Motors tice. 8:30:-Denton p.m. Sumrall,pastor' WednesdayPrayer Meeting ::XW:: >>;-::* ,*:::;*:::: :-:,:,>:,;,;,:,:.:.:.:-:.=,:;:.=,:;::::=,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::x: _06,> !."' ''''' _.'_."._n."..._. _. :

7:30: pjn.) I
S"Ict Serviced Repaired' FIRST BAPTIST Rev. J.D. Robinson .
Generators Slatere Armature
SundaySunday! School, 9:45: ; LONG I
Rewinding Morning Worship at II;sermon: : r l ?V
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2.>28 CHURCH / a f M M j ji
"The Devil and Simon Peter";
Sunday School 10a.m. MornIng
..AakCluarlq' Bell Choir Practice 5:30: ; Worship) 11 a.m. Evening- i P two '' .., {
Church Training 6:15 EvenIng .
PIANOS Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday : 1111
Worship, 7:30, sermon: Everyone welcome .
YAMAHA PIANOS "The Sign of Jonah." << ,
Rev. Robert
Halsten. pastor Irma '
MondayBell Practice
ORGANS E. 6:15; Youth Choir 7 p.m. CHURCH OF GOD I: r. "It.{ ... ;.,.
TuesdayYoung Musicians 422 N. St. Clair St. I
Johns. Choir 3:30 Bell Choir G. A. Starke.
; ; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning ,
Worship 11 a.m.;'Sunday j .
Abort This Qmsxiosji Night Evening, 7 Youth ;: k
p.m. Night, : 1 a
Supper 6 Prayer MeetIng :; ,
p.m.; Wednesday 7:30 I: x ; ,' '
"New package policies R. A. Meeting 6:30: ; Tea- p.m. Prayer :::: ,., I
are chers and Officers Meeting, Friday, 7:30 p.m. ., q : '
appearing for of(flees, rr: ..., Meeting. -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, ", }
7)JS Church Cko1r.,PracticesThursday X pastor
; ,' .. .
: : om M .
taller .
and wholesalers.They .
8 P", -.
i I I a KlNGSI..E>> L4xE4aI814' F '
combine theft
Music Mikers
public =2
KIMBALL "SWINGER" liability, and a great number Choir:,.Bell Choir, 3:30 p.m. Union Sunday l 10:15: School a.m.;9:30 Motfmtg: Training Worse* '.

ORGANS of optional coverageswith -w. A. Hogan, pastor. ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship

Roosevelt Moll-M S1*. broad fire coverage 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting 7:30 "'

at a 10 per cent to 20 her! FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wednesday. 4 I 0
Pastor Rev. Robert West jc.
FURNITURE ,cent premium saving. Doe Sunday Service:Sunday Sci 'oj ,
the Charley E. Johns A, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship
FURNITUREAT ,gene Invite buslnefw 10.45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 FIRST PRESBYTERtAN

DiscoUN "., firms to consult about p.m., 6:30 Youth: p.m.Croup Meeting,Sunday Morning Sunday Worship School 11 am.Youth 9:45 a.m. '. L I ',<" ,

Complete rl'' these new package policies -.J.C. Brown, minister Fellowship 6 ;j.m. Choir Practice ,'! .
Household .1.' ? Wednesday 8 p.m.) :
-Rev. Robert D. Burch ,

Sunday School 10 MornIng ,
a.m. -
U.S. 301 Nor behind Tas-
JOHNS AGENCY Worship H. Training Union 1M Owns llMl >|V Chair Co. ,
Baxley tee Free Drive In, Sunday ; x'
6:30. Evening How he Mother and to i ro* |Hw bimlW d Mi Imto \
School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- : Worship, 7:30.: confidently deep* Daddy are
648 Cassott 1 Block 131 Sou Walnut Si. vice 11 a.m. and 7 -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor -\ J
Phone 964-6070 p.m. Prayer in. the next room. Teddy Bear is right beside him. Hnl Im kr lww| Hi Mlfhlw. wishes 1
From 1.10Jacllaonvlll. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes r. t
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH iWi ftmilnt In DM tow A tat. M pommi -
.. 389-1741 day. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- We, alto desire a feeling of confident security. We M artery H Mf rf Ml wl N IMS
-Leroy Olive
pastor E.L. r.wwn Moll nun h.H.w Lath us Ito w.. "
c Griffin, associate pastor. Worship Ing Worship 7:30: 11 Evening Prayer I j .. want to do good and live with honor in this life free M.. win h,{?eq p,, ,,,,, ', ,, sh..aeol.w.wt..h..awgwl

--- Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. of the fear of falling Into sin. God wants this for u.. ,;,
J.C. Saunders 'ft Hit sewn n tat HM wki !arahNr ( ,.
WAYME NORMAN BROOKER too And.He sees and knows how hard we try."s .a hh hWl, wr a ea, fowler, I :1.'
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL aIv pow .hall wh.a wl pnJ.41w{ "
Sunday School 10 Worship ; Ctt.
Services 11 a.m.a.m.and 7 Sunday 9:45: tom Sunday :, .lit. the New Testament. Jude write "God ft able to MM Ownli, k..wu II Mb MM him ikMtItM I, ,
School 11 a.m. Morning Worship are lwn "a ""ar '
Concrete Finishing Training Union 8 [ '
pjn. p.m.
keep from fatting and to faultless .
-Rev. Lacy Conway,.pastor ) 8 p.m. Training Union !you present !you will H* Mm frw H hve w. <*H 4 f
7 p.m. Evening Worship. the His with e+ ."""
before pretence of glory exceeding l joy. '
Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser- ,"
"" fJ.
AIRPARK vices.Rev. Pledge yourself to Him and attend church this week. % ... ..
i I Carpentry -
//'I, School Bob Cooper) pastor t.Lr.A b..I.q .
1 Sunday 9:45: ajn.Morning > *\

I 111 o Room Additions Worship Prayer Worship Meeting 7 p.m.11 and a.m.Bible Wednesday Evening Study; GRAHAM Sunday School/ID BAPTIST a.m.CHURCH Morning ...{.:irkn}..+.:"y.o."u.,........................:{{.....,....,..'"....+S'n.,,:o-.'A.,. A'< ....n...;.:.......:O.>-->,..:.-:-.:.-:......,..:................:: -.", ....!"O..O ..:.-......_..........,......,,.....:...",'. _-:..:..'.....'iN'iI'io.........".;".."."".,.......".;"....'.7io'...'..'.''.':':.:),

Worship llNA.m. and 7
',"'r 0 Patios Formod 7 pjn. Study on Book of Psalms. pm .

And Poured G.F.iV.ICo-DO Prevatt>. pastor. Everyone -Rev. John Ross, pastor STARKE "6G.


FREE ESTIMATES CHURCH CHURCH ; tV EST Hill EdwyrdM. 1%. .. :5647231tire
Intersection of Highways 16 Sunday School 10 a.m.i; Mom- .
'North) and 225. Rev. Wayne leg Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study'' 4 OMT80LCsV Tni'tasrHeadUfhLAdjutta
CALL. Wells pastor. 6:30: p.m.5; Evening Service.7:30: 5:> :
-": '
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning pjn. :" :. *
5332871OR ,- 782-3636 ferric: at 11. Evening Service, Wednesday Prayer and Brake Service '\
Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
.7:30. Wednesday Service. 7:30 ;"
Melvin Hamel, Pastor Carl Karat Phone ....8111
p.m. Wheel lialance a"

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Keystone' .H"es.PI..c.lI..73- By GLORIA.. -RCDPEARN.. er 41J-11t2 Serves Bookmobile McRae Radar Unit Authorized- '

Residents ," .

EASTER EGG HUNT tendance at all three sessions 'f/I' The Clay County Public/ library
The Cathedral is most UDlllUalIIDd PoliceApproval
ted prlMs amend Bunny lollipops toapl will meet the requirements to is supported by people who are ; for announces residents a of new the wrHa Me- For Keystone
proximately 53 earn a "Standard" First Aid fortunate enough to visit thereand
children: at the The.Book
Card tor participants. It will community.; .
other contributions. .
rmea Mr.and Mrs. Del many: mobile will be at the Smith
also update any: standard or The
Ba on White program was narrated '
Easter Sand Lake advanced card that is toss thanthree by Mrs. L. C. Gayle VrogramChairman Lake Grocery on Friday. Apr. of portable vehicle approaching.. 'The. ,
Sunday afternoon. The and will half-round pipe in the ravine was Friday night; that the City; had
The 14. from 2 to 4 jun. use
101deD egg wu found by; Frank yean old. only cost and Mrs..Barry Wy-. continue this service on elarma dar unit for by the icey that has washed out at the CouncU warned' that if complaints purchased a used dump truck
will be for the RedCressHandbook. .
Ie; of Gator BoN Lake man. President during the same stone Heights Police Department Simmons property, on Little were the' that "would do the Job"; and
7S&! >if you do not have The new slate of otdoenWaltern hours..Fridays. : was approved) at a hum Lake Keystone. The DOT official music being"" too ,ana the limited that Keystone Beach had com .
FIRST AID TRAINING one avaUa la. read by Mrs. drum meeting of the Council also recommended the license could be changed plied with recommendations
A Red Cross FlratAfdTraInoo Ca roUck Chairman of Mrs. Hazel Cartright Is the Tuesday wed use of rip-rap, cloth bags of to eliminate use of the music.In made by; the Insurance com
tag Course will be held at the COMMUNITY CHURCH the Nominating Committee, u Bookmobile driver and libraryclerk The unit; In obtaining concrete; in the canal between other action at the brief pany.
Keystone Heights Fire Houseon The Church Women had a real follows President M.... Ernest and hopes to see good firm evidence that will hold the litae lake and Lake Geneva meeting the council: Mayor Stames reported that
treat as the Cathedral In The McLean First Vice Pre turnout of library >patrons> on up against speeders >In Uniform
April 25. 28 and 27 from 7 ; court the chairman sold -Adopted the Florida the City Clerk had written HUD
to 10:30 pun. each night. This Pines of New Hampshire was sident" Mrs. Paul Stolnmets; her visits to McRae. will be leased by the city tor Livingston said he would Investigate Traffic Control Law but de-i I for information on the possibility
"y WU1 be) .POnICU'ed) "V shown luUd..obtalDeclbyMn.Bemard Second Vice President. M.... a period of one year; at a the cost and other layed action on a new ordinance of obtaining funds\ for
the Keystone'' Heights Junior Slocomb who visited Roy Turknett; Secretary Mrs. Al Bachmann cost of $58.51 per month. The factors involved in these suggested regulating trash rubbish,. future sewer construction and
Woman's Club but is open>> to this wonderful landmark built Michael Falkel and Treasurer. lease gives the city the right methods of controlling unusable cars and refrigerators thatalengthyq1Ieetlonnalnhadbeen I
everyone 'The Instructor. in memory of Douglas Sanderson Mrs. R. N. Sunderland. The ServicesAt to cancel after two months' erosion and would report at etc. until it could be determined received In reply. He suggested -
Charlie McGlave'said that at Sloane Jr. who was killed slate-of officers was accepted payments have been made. If the next regular council meet- if a penalty clause delaying until advice
in the Second World War. TheNIdWIdNWuW1411NdN1d4Mt unanimously and they wUl be I it no longer desires the..QIIpooment. Irw. was necessary. could be obtained from some

/ .. Installed at the May; General KeystoneAlbert In spite of having an ordinance -Gave Guy\ Caverly permission other cities that had obtained
Meeting. Patrolman Jim Rye said the against use of sound systems to take up broken sidewalk such funds.
Circles of the Community Eugene Bachmann 72. unit should be in use by the in the city, the Councu in front of his residence x
Church will meet Monday, April of Keystone Heights died Fri latter part of this week. issued Maurice Kromer"lim and replace with sod. The clerk was Instructed to
.17, as follows: Circle y day Aprl 7. !In a Gainesville Street Chairman Gay. IJring.afar ited" occupational license to -Hear Airport Chairman reply to a letter received from
at the home of Mrs. Roy Turk hospital after a brief lllneis. reported that a representative play music while vending ice HunUey..Bedfearn, Jr. report' the DOT concerning the installation
'branch b IlJatvatInlaraa nett on White Sands Lake; Circle Born In Watertown Mass. of the Department of cream'In the city daily except that he had been unable to get of a signal light at the
2 at the home of Mrs. on Oct. 12. 1899. Mr. Bach Transportation maintenance! on Saturdays and Sundays.Kro repairs made.yet on two doorsat Intersection of SR 21 and Peach
Walter J. Grollck Circle Swill mann was In the >paper>. business vision had made on-slte Inspection mar said his sound system the new airport hangar dam Street, stating that a signal etfhb
) meet an hour early, 12:30 fora for 47 years, being associated of erosion problems played "Brahm's Lullaby only aged by; the recent tornado. point was no longer necessary
out witha Covered Dish Luncheon: at ,.with several )large in Keystone and had recommended loud enough to be heard two of school
companies, and serving uDneldest the of cold mix -Heard reports that City for the safety
bran t .the Educational Building Circle UN or three houses away in orderto
littlesavings 4' will meet at the home of Mlsslsl Corpora concrete or bltuminus fibre let Ms customers know his Court would be held every other children.Outstanding .
of Mn. R. A. Gaunt CircleS ation. He was also presidentof ,
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will meet with, M.... L. C. Fonda Container Corp..
Gayle at 9:39: ajn.; Rebecca group vice president ,of r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I I'wtm
will meet at the home of Mrs. Standard Packaging Corp., In KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
David Rigsby at 8 p.m. The' charge of >paper> mills, and
Madonnas will meet on Wednesday served on their board of directors !- Rev. Lawrence Carroll CONVENIENT LIVING

-% for three tie
April 19, at the Educational years tor.
Building. was president of the Technical
Sunday 9:45
School Morning
Saturday. April 2 9,the Church Association of Pulp 4V Paper Worship( at Ui Youth: ; Choir-
: 1 1r
Women will hold a Rummage Industry for two ;years.and Practice 5:45; Church TrainIng .,
Sale at the Masonic Hall from president of Paper Industry 8:3U: !; Evening Worship
9 till 5. The Chairman M.... ; Management In 1958.' He 7:30.:

Don Wallace; has requestedthat was consultant tor Standard A recommendation by the Music ; j
rummage goods be brought to Packaging Corp. >In Indiana Committee that Ashley Dakle : 1't I

TT ike having own the Hall on Friday April 28. Vermont and Virginia retiring be approved as Music Director r 1 1,1, ,' ,
your money from 3 to 5 Dun If at all In 1965. was unanimously ,
approved ,
JLrf tree, your' Savings Account1 possible, please bring articles: Mr. Bachmann graduated at the church business QualityandCraftsmanship 1
from Massachusetts Institute I
of clothing on hangers.The meeting Wednesday of last
with us. Stash, a little away everypayday ; Executive Board will of Technology In 1921 was a week. We are happy to have I I
life member of the Elks Club '
meet on Monday April 24, at Ashley directing our Adult and 1'
Then, watch your money I pm and a member of the Keystone xouth Choirs. He began work ;' .. '
Heights Golf & Country Club, _
,grow .and grow and grow.KEVSTOHE .,, j DUPLICATE BRIDGE) and Faith Preebyarlenchurch. ing Youth Sunday Choir evening the Christian with the _
jI Surviving Is his wife, Gwen on
Winners for Tuesday April
musical "Tell It Like It U."
dolvn Dlttmer Bachmann. Keystone
wen: First Mrs. Bob Hollls' '! Youth Week is scheduled for
Heights; one son, Theodore
and Miss :Zoe Terry Second
; the week of April 23-30. Priorto
M.... W. H. Bartlett and Mrs Bachmann Bakersfleld. L. r =t I II
f STATE Yt; one brother Otto Bach Youth Week our young people Ptr i '
C. C. Carries Third Mrs. MI- '
; will privilege of t I
Texas sisters
!I.I mann Waco ; two
chael Falkel and Mrs. W. J., vyoudl
attending retreat near
Mrs. Irma Reed and Mrs.Elva .
II Grollck and tied
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone : for Fourth Steadham. both 1 of CalnesyUlec Silver Springs on April 28-29. .
M.. Charles
HepUnstall and
Also Church
the Schedule
"Your Friendly. Bank In Your Friendly fi M.... Paul Stelnmetz and Mrs.' / and four grandchildren.held for the on dates of April 17-18 '

Community. (i/ Rowland Bryan and fdn. C.,Y. at Funeral 3 Monday were In DeWitt and 20th is a Lay Evangelism u uI

., '.!!! !!t'.!!!h,,",t'.!!!t!!!'omhmh''mt!!!t,",t'.!!!Mm' ,!!pmt' ''"''roh' '''"'t'''' Horne. C. Jones Funeral Home Keystone church Institute Methods to be of held soul-wtn-at our I _. 08.1"p" ".. + I If0R
(Cont'cJ To Next Pege) Heights with Dr. James
R. Neale officiating. Interment nine similar to those used by :
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followed In the Keystone Heights Campus Crusade for Christ will

iiAGEHARDViAiE NDl Cemetery. be taught. .


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GARDEI.. :CENTERH -: . ,1. KEYSTONE -. MELftOSE. 1FISHERMAN'S .. *_.....,.+s ...r ."hc,. :: ;'" d '";::.' ;;\ ._,. .- "od.I..I"' .
r New compactness and portaDddy' in an oven big'
,.. 1" .. 'enough to cook /family, 'roasts' '. New full.width 'CONVENIENT
: 'I SINESS Dli'ECTORY' doors-pull down and.ido' swing models' Exclusive
new Broiler Tray Automatic electronic lock

STATE ROAD 21.- JUST NORTH.OF. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CITY LIMITS I F or Instent ponllve, ON slide-no lock wamup'available'' Automatic, OFF. tooDual Amana FOODFREEZING I II
SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN t Timers, or S'ngla.d.1, 'timers available 10,115 I
PHONE 473-3663 M.D. MOHR, OWNER volt standard outlet

I II II Ii Sues Village HardwareFish I On,the Radarange oven. Offers OPTIONAL I
All these Inclusive/ Features.Portable : Mado lo kcop.jj high capacity
II I freottng powur ypbrs! ''ong,,,' ADD-ON I
Silo for your 'Ijirilly,. 171. 154IB ICEMAKERf!
0d I Balt-Dead- ; & Garden Center"" I. .l) .. Amenamnhc'COnIJr.l 3 end 73 1 cn'>''l :(reeling moduli, 0. .lo Practical.'..?.nw.....way I

Crlcket.hlnne.Worm.Live Bait A Complete. Line.01 $ ,[J Each. hoit' a prirtio "Irci'iing surface ',lea h., loo,lomil.II I

I Minnows Hdw. Ben). Moore Paints .' /. cltrar ,.. 'It I
o aro/laraq ) pan '11 \
., rtt TACkLERODSREELSFISHING Plumbing i & ElectrlcalSuDp.' ...,..,LMI. out p"ttio you.from l' '"
I hllo'' pot>c tubbing I Ii
& HUNTING Gro-Tone Fertilizers '\

aFor i LICENSES AMMUNI. Insecticides i Gv

TION ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From I t ;
J Keystone Hgts. 473.4357 Light : I

I K.yston.'Hgte.473.3663 'W'1
Everybody i Lake Geneva 4 .
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'./ Furniture The Paladin r I

Full Line Gro-Tone Products Gift & Candle Shop Jack Under and New Marie Management Sanford '.II 1 C r'4)erreo'ConnniEq, a ,. -aa JU '1.h .,i'l' I I II'

II Bar-B-Que Buffet Lunch
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Taste And Purse Mom Thru Fri : ,,,,,, ,,,.aOJ AIR CONDITIONERT"
And See Our Candle
'I I Display BREAKFASTHwy.
; .Amana Slor-Mor' Pf11ee1eY..
Served From 7 A.M.
100 E. Lake Geneva THE CONVENIENCE
' Convertible' proves
..,: r man ORT D can be .. Rdripntlor/
; I i 1 Mi. East of KoyMone Hgts. refrigerators. I Fnanr I
B. B. Que Take .Out OrdersREAL urn convenient .
y -
..: : Famous STOP MOR I II.n
insoctddes ESTATERichard Open 7 A.M..10 P.M. Mon. doors give. convenient, COOlING. '"o- ana,
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storage :
I T. Lovorn :Thru Called The Quiet Ones -because they
I ol' cool I
are Quietly circulates" current
Frl. Sot. Sun. .
7 A.M. ,
Medal Sft 2IO-I filtered dehumidified urn And the convenience
Reg. Real I Estate Broker 11 P.M. I Amjna..zor f givot RftfrtgarfttorFr you ,, ot automatic. operation, tilting, ,cool I II
Jy air d'.ch.9""d' measurably gwalarfib
the bOIl ot/ both
PAINTSFULL LAKE PROPERTIES z Hwy 21 N. Top Of Hill I CONVENIENTFOOD ,in the tamo operation Trial Amana Quality'Ama'na. : I

I IBENJAMIN RESIDENTIAL .t Koyston.473.9620 I apace,refrigerator at your pretonl yajgivtttyouabg ,
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APPRAISALS I II frorcn foods ,n' STOR MOR I
raora .amt addition to ..... ,
473-3254 TV Service Center big tpac t -
I Keystone Hgts. I ratrigorationlIMC COMPACTOR' I

MOORE Edna Knepper Assoc. .
"473-4111 Quasar"TV / ,A : with TMC I II

GARDEN HOSE PAINTS: I Martha Durbln Assoc. STEREO CAR & I I ",." area. DEHUMIDIFIER .__ Eli'uilf i CONVENIENCE

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Hardware Beauty Style Sho .SALES & SERVICE I j Wring/ as mute. _.-- S!,;!:'I'I without engetndollMtr.M, getting In> a I
ION gallon oteacess ;I mee doing
!I .harmful.' ; neatly and sanitarilycompacts .
"For KEYSTONE moisture. "frombasement : barratls
SELECTION NAILS 473-4651 I I ,,.,ban, .., 'II 1 "trash Into small I
BIG rte' "
bundle How did you
any room whem you Irl 1
yo,, -" : awn do w,1""I,11" ,
WATER SPRINKLERS t I need to protect I
TOOLS M "- furniture, ).even
Phone 475-2211 I I the wUPa themselwe I, See them all" I
CURTAIN RODS, _' Want to Hyour; MobileHome from, mold mildew" anddeterioration mt your

.* POST HOLE DIGGERS Between Keystone'! .", ?' ?? U you have a buyer will, I I YaM_110 and happier,tool Keep people)drier ,,,,,ISMOI, Amana dealer' rI
MAIL BOXES Home Brokers ,
Mobile *
_+ capacity measured at M ISO" R H
Heights .. arrange ALL financing- and I I
.* WHEEL BARROWS CIRCULAR SAWS and Metros. Insurance details for a brokerage \\ ,

f fee of 10of the selling I THIES & SON 1 I
'* GARDEN CARTS ELECTRICAt'ACCESSORIES) price.can' For more Information I I



Come .In And .Browse Around Today ,PHONE 475-1751 I I
w.L .* Service The ItflNll"'fHH14A"P" rt Of Omr Bitsuieas/
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,MESS! KKS CONTEST Larsen, Vivien Payne' Shelly -- .
I Miss KHS Contest will .i' Rufflnl. Jackie Downey Patti SAVE INCOME TAX SERVICEWe
37-1/2 Acres West Starke Walt
Anita Susan CLASSIFIED AD RATES Why O.C. Carncs Nursery
be held Frl from 8 to 10 PJn. In the Ed*,; June Bedell Redfeam.! Elsenacher Senior Scouts 5 Deadline for Insertion Thursday Monday. ,(Eton.: CfllJ Phillip Redmon and Margaret c! Road and Railroad, Industrial The lncemeii Thousand of Plaffits
p. m. preceding Crosby have Just completed -
of the Com.
munlty catfonal Church.Building The contestants,,, Debbie Mcfaary. Le Martin before publication: We new handle:air{ line an advance course In and residential. A. J. I PJ! Tax Returns fruit Trees, Shade Trees,

will parade: In street wear and and Cretchen Newman attended. - tickets, cruises, and tours.WeoKora Income tax preparation, and Thomas, Realtor, Tel 964-5701 You're Waiting Evergreens, Camellias,
formal ....... Contestants and: Leader Mrs. Tom Martin Minimum Charge $1.75 will be most happy to assist For Can Mad {Azaleas.: Roses
and Mrs. Kenneth Reighrd (Covers 15 words) { special package [J ;
their sponsors arei Kendall, you In Oiling out yourincome WANTED- Used furniture refrigerators Year Down Paym.nt Meet to eaoe,: Plant Anytime
I chaperoned. Each word over 15, 8C -bb.;
Turner Belote Drum Cindy Tour of New tax. i washers LANDSCAPING
Scale., Scales Goodtown Dude Junior Scouts attend were: Town Finance Company 226 ,mer's Discount House,' tfcbgs1.ANasa
; Disney World Today On The Mobil Home" Hwy. INnerhoiue
Ads B.E.of Stark
Cheryl Donahoo. All Classified must be temple t* ML
Standard Prtscllla
Stokes, ; #;?: Ave. M4-7M9 tfchg(
Danielle Reed Ann Flnlayson. In advance unless St-tllS:
Dodd. Ducky-is; Martha MUeU. paid for Call 964-7449 Of Your Choice .
Keystone Barber; Kern onIIer.MannIJw' Allsha Abl... Cheryl Ekenbarger you have established account Com Te Our Office t .
Carolyn Jordan' Connie Hutson, Elisabeth with The Telegraph In that TOWN FINANCE CO. JEMMY MOORE'S
; and Caroline Parson Linda event SOd extra charge for We'll Do Th. Rest.
Homestead Mallard's;;Connie Pam Ogden Margraves,Stinper-,' Bedell Leah Jasmine.. Vola billing. Not responsible for P.O. Bo* 2M N. Tame! SUN SPORT MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
We Tred. Par Anything Prom,
Huenicfc, Marie Bostlck, Karen errors when given over the
lor Beauty; ; Cheryl Fowler '
Nell's Beauty; ; Sue WhIdden, : and Barbie Brun on, Janet and phone or when copy Is not FOR RENTUnfurnished 3 MOORE BOAT FOR Billy Coats To Battleships. 90 West, Lake City
Tammy Forsyth, Debbie Hazen, typed and brought to the office mJ]
Trieat Construction Leonard's: Christie Annete Stewart, Tonda Barton ; : bedroom house, located 417 W. YOUR MONET ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES Phone 752-3723
Umphenour, ; and Redfearn. Leaden . Call. $85 per month. For Information Orange Av U.S.
FUlman Cargo; Montoen Bre Kathy call Metros 475- SALES PARTS Starke Ph. 9944791 ( 17)) Far Best Selection Of
Cunningham's, KIm Belk,', attending were Mrs.Floyd Hen- Phone 234-5439
were schel and Mrs. Wayne Donahoo CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 2813. tfchg SERVICE Complete Outboard AStern TRAVEL TRAILER'SMINI.HOMES
Wheeler's Anita Fine Green Cave
; Springs, Fla.,
and they were assisted by Mrs. Drive Berries and,
Nancy Phil Parsons Mrs Al Brun. $1.75 per Inch I
stone Bank Carlson Repair. Complete Fiber TRUCK CAMPERSAND
; .. Ornamental shrubs, fruit and
Cleaners son, and Mr. and Mrs. Dun 2 Inch minimum $3. 0
Keystone ; Angela Forsyth. shade trees blueberry plants. HAlf RED AUTOIMPORTS Class. Repair. .Custom FOR SALELake side cottageto TOPPERS
Payne Watson'; Sally ----- Two miles N. of Lawtey on built Fiberglass Fishing be moved 1,000
MCKay's Clay approx. Full Line Of Ports And
; Nancy BIRD-H1ATT US 301. Phone 7823972. { INC. 2 BR
no.'". sq ft. aluminium\ siding. ,
Electric Usa Eland Memorials Resolutions Proclamations
Keystone Service
; Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bird tfchg Ideal tor
Stop Thanks 509 E. large family room.
Beauty; ;Ttppt Naples,Nor- Card of UniversityColno
of Keystone Heights, announcethe : -----L---- Buford Mitchell
small family.
Barbara Farris Darr Development $4.00 Minimum to 50 .. .
gas; up vUlo"' 372.4373
of their
engagement daughter FOR RENT- and 2 bedroom 964-6853.
Phone tfchg
Corp;JoAnn McDowell. Susan NaKama to Gary words. Each: word over 50- apartments furnished* un- I Reduce safe and fast with Go- GOOD,, PENSACOLA Hay. for
Godhead State Park; GaytoQuagliano. Wayne Hiatt, of Dunedln. furnished. Also 2 bedroom cottage 'SEWING MACHINE.Cl aMcl Base Tablets E-Vap water WE NOW HAVE diamond needles sale. Reasonably! priced. Telephone
Village Hardwl.."' ;, for make model 964-7679. tfchg
any or
Susan Is a graduate of Keystone furnished.. W. H. Nollman. pills" Andrews Pharmacy.
and Cheryl Tomes,Dairy Dash-.: oiled and adjusted In your:
stereo player.Dahmer's. Discount -
School 4/13.
er. 9 Heights High St.John's FOR SALEWife's 1970 Mustang tfchg home, $5.00. Vaeunrn cleaner 6tp
Lavon Lowry will be the Master River Junior College 302 V-8 A/C PSI Automatic repairs also. AU work guarant House tf/chg WE GIVE SERVICE- We get
of Ceremonies and entertainment and of Florida State University Transmission Radio S FOR RENT-Large two bedroom eed. Dennis E. Ccgglns. Phone results! List your property; for
will be provided bi', ; where she was a mem- Heater tinted windows blue apartment. Call 964-6352. 431-1428. tfcht: INTERESTED IN BUYING OR 5 ROOM: WITH BATH sale with us. 'Call today.-..
Lou Miller and Terry ber of Alpha Phi Sorority. She with white vinyl top. less than tfchg SELLING. Central heat. In perfect condition -' iBILL POWELL BROKER 964-
Mrs. Is currently teaching In the 28,000 miles call Ed Flpplln- CONTACT close In with fenced 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg
sixth grade center of Panama ger 964-8059. 1319 W. Madison BEATEN down carpet paths go TOM FRISBEE yard paved street Real bargain -
Refreshments will be served City. St. Starke. Itp when Blue Lustre arrives.Rent JAN FRISBEE with terms. A. J. Thomas -
lilt the : of -*:: Mr. Hiatt Is a graduate of electric shampooerl.Devrick, GEORGE RObERTS Real Estate Broker, Tel. Taking: applications foi
gram. Ad is ion .Is $1.23 tor DunedIn High School and of FOR SALE68 Chevy Pick-up; Inc., Builders Hardware 4 Supplies INCOME TAX SERVICE REAL ESTATE 964-5701: & 9(4-6850.

adults and 75:< for students. Florida State University.; He V-8 Posltraction, Step-side Starke Fla. It FHA -' 235
was a member of Lambda CM short wheel base. Good condition $3.00 up PHONE 964-7826 USED TRUTONE color TV

Edna Williams the flowers Florbtfsprovlding and the Alpha Fraternity at FSU and Danny Waters 782- FOR SALEOne Duroc Male Fast, accurate. Reasonable 421 W. MADISON ST. console with new picture: New Brick 3 and 4
In advertising .
Is now employed the 3857 782-3737.
or lip old 3 brood sows, expecting. tube.
18 Payments $15.97at
mo. ; .
pianist will be Mrs. W. A.Nail. agency of Benton and .... Clayton Strickland, Every Day 9 A.M. 9 P.M. Dahmer's Discount. 4t/ctig. Bedroom' Homes

Mist Penny. Vote will be announced Bowles, Inc. New York City.; HOUSEKEEPER WANTED for 533-2007. It Sr. 21.3 Ml. N. Mlddleburg 4/ ,0. Call for Details
during the evening- He Is the son of Mrs. Leon two. Room and board $15 per N.xt Door Fla. Statewide FOP RENT- bedroom house, Low Down '
this will be the girl who cola Hiatt, Dunedln. week. Phone 9646975. Itp LOSTEaster red male Pit Realty unfurnished, $70 month. Con FOR RENT- 3 bedroom unfurnished Payment
lected: Hie most money which The wedding will be held In bull. Vicinity; New River Sta." tact Tolbert McCoy: phone 964- house. Desirable location. anI- Moderate Monthly'
will go to the Annual Staff for, the Keystone Heights Community Reward. Pete Sparks 4855693. Phone 282.5079 7818. Itp M. A. Payne, phone 964- Payments
which this event Is a money., ; Church In July. The young UP 9TP-4/11 6560. After 5 p.m tfchg.
making project.: couple will live In New York ; REDUCE .excess fluids with LONGCIIAMP HOMES

City. TYPEWRITERS oiled Machines LOTS:FOR SALE Starke Golf FLUIDEX, 91.69. Lose weight rtrane M4-M53
GIRL SCOUTS cleaned, ad- Country Club. ready for safely with Dex-A-Dfet, 980 Sol !loa" Starts
Cadette Scout Troop 190 and, DeWlTT-SCHTJMtER .Justed. Pick up and delivery building on or for 1nve. 11ent. at Mitchell's Drug. :5tp SEWINGMACHINE t' 'J1I'
Junior Scout Troop 83 left Wed-i, Terry DeWitt and Miss Dot- 'Phone 7823020. tfchg Lots area approximately 1/2 4/13 ; 1
nesday afternoon and spent tie Schumler of Leland were acre and larger. Paved roads
three nights camping at Favor married on Easter Sunday In l HELP WANTED- Waitress and only 3 minutes from town. STILL HAVE two Statter Mo-
Dykes State Park between St. Gainesville. They will) make dishwasher. Apply In person Call 984-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. bile homos 12' x 65' to sell Soles and Service CANOES: Mohawk, fiberglass
Augustine and Bunnell. Ca- their home In Orlando. Terry Long Horn Restaurant.3tp tfchg 16' $155
at $100 above cost. Oiln's Mobile guide, ; 17-1/2', $170,
dettes attending the campout Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 4/27 Homo Sales, Route 100 PFAFF ELNA plus tax..Dealer, Gaines
were: Tracy McRae Tammy, W. D. DwWltt of Keystone ville 3720521.
West, Starke Florida tfchg Now Homos '12tp 6/29
Hanks, Laurie Martin, Kim Heights.. I FOR SALEDouble, matching A Hole la Your RoofMOrA -.
mattress. Perfect condition, WHITE FOR SALE3 bedroom frame
(o" 1IO. thac. ....''WIJA......'" $50. Call evenings 4734817ItP Ilrarll .house; living room family!
up room, complete: bath double
News NotesBy carport,, paved driveway large
Parts & Repairs
I I I WELDING SHOP on utility; room. 154 ft. frontageby
n PUMPS all ether Make Mo- 135'. Well landscaped good
Helen EgenMELROSEWOMAN'S Whispering Pines! Jtfp- chines.NATIONAL. drainage, chain link fence.

*' tel US & Phone Paved street. 1105 W. Butler
CLUB given a card or'1Ief1Uleale. NEW AND USED: i'& J Roofing' Co. Road. For appointment call: 964603 -
I The Melrose Woman's Club which most Insurance: companies 961-8233 ,.. ,- -
monthly luncheon and>program recognize: by giving a discount SALES UTlJ.ITY'T 61fW.UnU.Ava.Gainesville',
will be held at 12 noon on April on rates. PARTS Phone '964-8088 or 4734735. .
19 with Mrs. Harold Striker Mr. Skelton says that anyone SERVICE Hiway 301 SouthINSURANCE CUSTOM BUILT Florida St427'r
of Gainesville as guest speak Joining by April 14 will be given GAS AND ELECTRIC 378.1355 I
nnd Shallow. Wells
er. She will show her doll collection credit and material from the Deep WELDING BRAZING
and give a talk on the ;first session.'PERSONALS. Water Softeners and SHEET METAL
history of dolls.Hostesses ,. FiltersPlumbing FOR RENT12 wide. 2 bed-
for this luncheon: AT REDUCED RATES TRAILER HITCHES room trailer outside city 41m- [Boots
will be Mrs. E. R. Simmons Holy Week and Easter Week Supplies INSTALLEDFOR Its, J.B. White 964-6114 If : \
Mrs. R. F. Simmons, Mrs. 'were a kind homecoming: time AUTO, FIRE BOAT no answer call 964-8799. FOR THE \/ 11
j L. B. Nicholson, and Mra. Fri for the Royal Shultts taml!)'. l EXPERT SERVICE ON DOYLE E. CONNER
C. Pappy.MELROSE. They enjoy Florida for threeor ALL MAKES WHOLEFAMILY .
SALE- 1989' Datsun pick: "
four months each :
: HOMEMAKERS coming. from their Sun Prairie winter MEN'S LIB?-Matt Keane PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE tchg. up. Call 533-2474 after 5 0' drive Semi-log truck, run skid- ; 1- _
Although the monthly club home In Wisconsin. The week advertising. account supervisorfor clock.: ito der. loader and saw. Top pay.
meeting Is not until April 27, 1.001 Fashion & Needle- full time work, good benefits.
i before Easter Mr. and Mrs
the Alachua County; Extension Ray. Estervlg of Waterloo, Wis. craft Ideas magazine, mans his PUMP SUPPLY CO. NEED TWO Men with mechan- GOATS FOR SALE: Billy, Nan- Call or write Loncalo Phosphate -
f ical
experience to show home
needles Co.Box766,High Springs, 9.B.00TS81Ll
Service: Homemakers of which: and their family drove to Florida knitting on a cross ny and Kid. $45.Don Ferm,
the Melrose Club Is a member and the young people enjoyed country flight. cleaning equipment. Earning It 964-8223. Ito Fla.\ Phone 454-1511. lt/chg
I opportunity; $175 a week you
will be sending delegatesto
many; sightseeing spots.
the April 13 Council meetIng .- qualify. Show Equipment 4, 1 I' NEED A Man or woman to
,Then. Just before Easter Mr.
hour showings per day Apply IF YOU RENT OR IF YOU
from 9:30 to noon for"?a WANTED represent one of America'slargest $ WAILETSBAGSACCESSORIES
workshop on "Making Junk or ''and Mrs. 'L. R. Pratt and their 2224 NW 6 St., Gainesville corporations.: Very high BUY YOU PAY FOR THE

Jewelry Be.." using a cigar family of Baraboo Win arrived lxptr0nc! Factory 'Sowing MachlnoOporators 2tp 8-5 except 4/20: Saturdays Income potential. Call 372- HOME YOU OCCUPYWe
box heavy foil, string, and the at the Keystone AirportIn 4308 Gainesville 9 a.m. to
usual work tools. ... their private plane In time 11 a.m.; or 376-2822.Gainesville Make LAKE CHURCH
It So .
The Alachua County; Fair will to spend Easter with the Shul- after 7 p.m. 2tp Easy To Own ANew INDIAN
be held, AprI117-22, and some tls family Mrs.'Hazel Ester 4/20 Or Used Ho", .. MOCCASINS
members of the Melrose Club vlg and Mrs. Bernadene Pratt STEADY WORK,HOURS 8-4:30: CARL BEGGS Finest h Leather,
will be participating are daughters of Royal and 12' wldas 24' wades

Esther. 'Call'r.. James StricklandAT Gulf Service Now Used Ropes OLD, KENTUCKY
LUNCHEON ,, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mont-
A special covered dish luncheon : 1 I.gomery and children l of Jacksonville 468-1645 Used .Ports Up To 12 Years To Pay) WESTERN' SHIRTS

will be held on April and guest, Richard THE FINEST SELECTION OF Moans low, 'law Payments)
at 12:30: p.m. by members Of SmllgtolsM. Joined all the Shul- MURANO MANUFACTURING FURNITURE
Mrs. Ann McLean's Community tls folks tor an Easter family! USED CARS Wo Trade For Anything From CARR IiNE)
Quality Homo FnrnUhlnfs "
Church Circle: to honor gathering. Mr. Montgomery .is WALDO, FLA.
Mrs. McLean who has been Mr. Shultis nephew and Is owner In this whole ar.o Custom Urapetle Billy) Goats To Battleships.

the circle chairman and newly! of the Spring Lake home 24 Hr. Wrecker Service i Carpeting' Leather Shop
elected president of the Church where the Shultis enjoy their e1 Interiors by Victor. >T. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES

Women for 1972. Hostesses tor Florida stay.Richard came with USED PARTS 132 Park Ava. Orange Parks Orange A""... (U.S. 17)) 1 MILE SOUTH ON U.S. 301
the luncheon will be Mr..1da the Prstts.Mr .
301 N Waldo
Hwy. Phone 2845439Croon
Gentry, Miss Lillian Gentry and Mrs Paul Foss of :lt T.I..7 ttlMl.NortaefTlr.Maa tAWTEY, FLA.:
Mrs. T. W. Hanson, and Mrs. Zephryhllls Joined In this Eas- : 448.1998 Cove Springs, Fla. PHON.712-34CO
F. P. Egan A special surprise ter family get-together as Mrs.
.Is being planned. Foss and Mrs.Shultis are sis-

NAT'L SAFETY COUNCIL, .? tars Mrs. Ethel Kaufman of Livingston slier. BrowVolkswagen OsLIlMOBILE ] 'S
DRIVER IMPROVEMENTRoger N. J. arrived auto
F. Skelton, Instruct train last week and Is (pending The Glass Shop HO MESAlE
or has requested that this program some date with Mr. and t .
which started at 7 pjn. Mrs. William Beam, Sr. Mrs. Glass Service I. Our Polic,
on April 7 at the Woman's Kaufman Is a cousin of Mr. FROM12'xSO'TO12'x c2 _.i) )!
Club be given wider publicity Beam, who is convalescing: at For I
.o that more people will take his home In Lake Geneva
I advantage oC this opportunity.; Word has been received: that AH CARS and TRUCES New a, Vied
I Mr. Skelton Is an Instructor: former Keystoner, Mrs Ruth Installed While-U-Walt IaJq genes DOUBLE WillS

at Bradford County School' In Malmgren, of Nashville, Tam Custom Vinyl Auto Tops .
driver training.'He would like Several Finance Plans < Used Mobile Homos"
underwent a successful: : operation -
for some of and r people for removal of a blood 1017 N. Main C'rlUs OAINXSVILLB: Traded On New- Units '
to attend, due to conflicts clot that Impaired her facial
with Little League and muscles. Hwy. 100 West Starka: 964-5606
other activities on Friday evenings
I lie would be InterestedIn I

them.In arranging another, night,par COMMUNITY Pastor Stewart CHURCH,McCord announced COUNTRY ,CORNER and 8 TRACK cleaned TAPE at Decks Dalunors: repaired Discount ....................4 .. .. .

last Sunday that he ANTIQUES fast service tfchg"-

I FELLOWSHIP The Keystone 1 CLUB Heights Senior J 12-18 will Vacation,be and superintendent Church.Is asking School Interested of June the 100.1-1/2 miles N of Keystone on FACTORY H ELF: NEEDED -l

Fellowship) Club will bold people to contact Mm if WATER FRONT LOTSFOR

,. Its monthly! covered dish luncheon willing to assist as a teacheror W. Buy Any Quantity SALE Owen Joist ef Florida, ln at 12:30 today. (Thursday) On Crosby Lake and Crosby
In some other capacity; It bodied factory help. No' ai
COMPLETE ESTATES ) n.cassaryng' !
. at the Lions Club. P..aJ4entj" Lake Canal )Canal SO feet
" is Important that his program STILL BUYS: COXE AT Steady work, avertlwie, fri
Sheets will hold a business be established sa soon a* ,ESTATE JEWELRY wide S feet deep) Located on .
! meeting fallowing the lunch- sible. .pos GUNS ANTIQUES State Road 100 S miles West .
j" eon and program arranged by The sudden passing of Albert 'Jackson Building SupplyCheck FURNITURE of Starke. Fla. Ideal tar vacation IF YOU ARB WILLI! TO WORK APPLY
| Rev. Milton ScrJ.ptunprocram Bachmann: on April haap-eat- cottage, -mobile .borne. or A LT
Goad investment.
chairman. All I
,i ly shocked: and grieved the entire Price: start a*tulf.oo. O WENLlecoln JOISTMonday
,> The course Is tor oar 1 eve., community, where he and with us on everyday low prices on building CALL BILL BRUNOFSKY down aDd S&OO month >iimrM at
nibs of two hours each. TM'current his lovely wife Owen participated 473-3483 'anwtg I/' % simple ....-
J} course will continue in many; activities, both supplies extra special now during our anniversary .ca City Road through Friday ,

] on Friday nights, the 14*. 21st, hire and at melrose. Expressions sale. See page 5. Bring T. Me, 0, I Will Call S34-77IU 8 seta to. fnjra. .. 7n00 ". j
I i sad 28th The cost .is $4. and of sympathy are extended Came Ta Your Homo" rr .-weekdays. tf ; A..Me, T e 5:00: P.M.

;) on completion. persons will be to members of.the family. .' '. '.' .... .........., ..................N. ., .."...,

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